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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 185:
SPORTSAND PASTIMES ThsWeek to Wind Up With Two or^Three Interesting Events. PROGRAMMEFOR TO-NIGHT Grdley, a New Man from Lob An^sales. Puts Ud $1 OO as a Deposit^for a Match wnh Joo Burns for^Any bum Up to 9500. Butte,July Hi.^The last two nights of^the prt sent week promise to afford plenty^of amusement for the sport*. To-mor^^row night Huntington and Burns will^liavo another go at each other at the^Cntniquu to settle the doubts that have^urisuii concerning their respective merits^us tcrap|iers on account of the draw of^taut Friday. To-morrow's contest will be^10 rounds or morn faff a i urse of $250 and^half of the gate roci-liits. and promises to^lie ^ mighty hot little fight. Saturdaynight Jaff ird and Pssroe will^I in on tho jackets ut the Milwaukee Beer^1. : II lor g ory and u purse, and a v -rv in-^t. resting match is expected. Jufford^we.glits ali^ in 15 pounds more thuu l'as*^OSS, nnil is suiil ^^^ ho a very clever man,^hut [or all th s I'ascne'* friends have no^four* us to the result and are confident^last ho will sustain his well-earned repu^^tation even in the lace of such odd*. The^fact that Gilbert, who is even heavier^tlinn Jaffonl, failed to throw hun ul Cen-^itTVilIo last Monday, mskes them feel^that Jim will bu in it when the match is^am r. ond aru pn pnred to back tite r faith^with a liltlu of the coin that j nglcs in^th ir pockets. Whatever the outcome,^lbs contest will undoubtedly bu one of^thu best ever witnessed in the city. Anew lightweight wrestler has ap^^peared in the local Held, and liko nearly^all recent utliletes he hails from tho West.^Ill-ti uuo is C. 11. Gridley and he is a^regular stub and twist lutie fellow whose^BxsMSSM stick out like knots on a log.^tirnllcy calls Los Angeles his home, and^iih far as iippearances go is anything but^a given hand atthe businessot wrestling.^Ills style is catch-a^cateli-rau and he^will wrestle any man in the state weigh-^in*; lietwoen VSt and l.'i'J pounds. Having^heard that Joe Burns is conceded to be^the champion light wight of Montana,^Bridles* is anxious to meet him llrst^and for that reason gives him tho prefer*^euc ' in l.is cliallengo. As an earnest^Gridley ha-, deposited a lorfeit of $100^with the sportii g editor of the Stand \ki^^for a mntch |sf tionielOiJ to SMS a side.^Ju case* Burns should find it impossible^to get down to Uridley's weigh'.the latter^will wrestle catcii weights, two out of^turee falls, two points down. Gridley^means husiiirss and will sign for a match^to take plneu a week from lo-morrow,^(Saturday) evening or the Saturday fol^^lowing. (SenatorW, M. Thornton, secretary of^the Anaconda ltacing association, was in^the city to-night, arranging with the offi^^cers of the West Side Kacing association^lor the Anaconda slakes. The Anaconda^people arranged with the horsemen who^hail niailu payments for tho Anaconda^stake* that the races would come off in^Uuilc ut the Butto meeting. This was^^ alisfactory to tho horsemen, and^iho only thing that remain* was^for the Atiacotulu association to make^arrangement* with the West Side associ^^ation for the running of these race*. The^horse men expressed themselves as satis-^fled with otiy arrangement that should be^made. The West Sale truck will bo the^sconce of the races for the Aunconda colt^stake^. The dates for tho Anaconda colt^races will lie urranged later, so that the^Outes will not conflict with tho races of^tho West Side association. On certain^^la^ | it will be announced that tho track^is train.fop1.1 to tho management^of the Anaronda association for a^certain tune, and the .races will^he run. Then tho management will re^^vert to the West Side asssociatioii. 'I lie^Make Mass will be so arranged that colts^enter, d both for races in the Anaconda^and West Side associations will not have^to rac ' the same day, but will be made to^appear several days apart. The races^for the Anaconda slake* will only be for^the forfeit* already put up by the horse^^men entering for these race*. Tho li .rse^mi ll will of course havo the privilege of^lacing for thu forfeit or dividing up tho^forfeit*. Secretary('. S. Kitiugo of tho West Side^liactng association this evening royally^entertained ul dinner a party of friends,^including Secretary W. M. Thornton, ot^Anaconda; llavu O'Connor, tho young^Napoleon of horse ruciuc in Montana;^John McMurray, of the inter Mounttiht^^and W. tV. W'alswrrili, oi the Standard Thereis to lie a small sized pr s ^ fight^at tho Comiqiio to-morrow evening^TinT^ will bu a 10-r^und fight between^Sid Huntington and Joo Burns. Therewill be a bull game at the race^track next Sunday. The lici inaii ball^team is coming to Butto looking for gore^and will be accommodated by tho Butto^dub, which is dying for gore. '1 lie game^will ho called at - p. in., and should be^utteiidod by lovers of ball. TitsConcert To night.^Bi'ttk, July 10.^The following pro^^gramme will be rendered at the concert^at the ( entervilie Methodist Episcopal^church to-morrow evening: tileeIVsce to the Souls of the Heroes 11titiTVhle (ilee Club, \\ il.mins, lend i. SongSelected Mr.Uciui. it. lierltulioDA Toy pastIn the Starlight Williamsami llciin it. SingSelected Mrs.1. ii. Williams. It.citationJ. .1 Hrnneit DiesThe old (liuitu Itch Idee( lull. So:tg.The Heart lluweil liown MellarilWilliams.^CMS) SoloIt. st.itiaw^ wjC Ueefaj hieiiaiiou....Mr. AJUdss Itug r-clectoi Mis.1 Ok W Miami. tileeComrades lu Anns Mmcinii. TrustyKlnusjr Is Wanted list laaaot be^Found by tli. O SI ears.^Butte, July 10.^On the night of June^14, Officer Do novan arrested iwo men for^creating a disturbance in Kast Park^strcot and started to take them to the sta^^tion. When at the corner of Main and^Park, the men attempted to escape and^one of them, named Kinney, k.iocked the^officer down and began to kick him in the^face and body. A crowd of toughs stand^^ing at the corner went to Kinney's assist^^ance, and had it not been for the timely^arrival ot Marshal Daura and Offi^^cer Anderson Donovan would have^been killed. Kinney was locked up,^and after being put into a cell set upon^a fellow prisoner and gave him an un^^merciful beating before the jailor could^interfere. Tbe next day Kinney was^fined for disturbing the peace and made^to work on the streets. When his time^had expired he was tried for assaulting^tho prisoner and aento need to the county^j ul for a awhile. The third warrant for^uis arrest on a charge of assaulting and re^^sisting an i tlioer, was given to the sheriff^with instructions to servo it ami rearrest^Kinney aa toon as tbe term for which he^was then undergoing imprisonment had^expired. Alter iH-ing in jail u short timo,^Kinney was made a ^tiusly^ and per^^mitted to go where ho pleased. This^^ veiling inquiry was made by Judgo Me-^Murpbey concerning Kinney, as it was^thought hi* timo for assaulting the pris^^oner was almost up. when it wus learned^that ho had escaped some days ago, and^nobody know anytliiiig concerning his^iroent when atxiuts. To say that Judge^klcMurphcy and thu police nr.' wrath^^ful to-night, would but feebly de^^scribe tho condition of their state of^mind, because they had intended to make^an example of Kinney. Tho injuries Offi^^cer 11 ti .van received from Kintiey were^such as to incapacitate him lor duty for^over a week, and even then for week* af^^terward hu suffered greatly from tho^bruises about his breast and sides. Kin^^ney is only one of the several ^trusties^^who have recently abused their privilege^and reduced their terms of imprisonment^by quietly running away. ACONFEDERATE BILL. AFiulander e-wlui.teil Out or Ten Dol^^lars mill Arresleil^Bcttk, July 16.^To-night Officer Had-^ley arrested a man in Kast Park street^for attempting to pass a confederate $10^bill on a Chinese, restaurant keeper. Ho^proved to be a Finlander who could not^speak over a dcx ti words of English and^after much ililllctiliy made the officer^understand that he had obtained it at a^saloon where hu had changed a *-0^bill. Au interpreter was secured^and thu Finland' r said that ho was^puto drunk early in the evening,^evidence of which was still visible,^and while in that condition bad visited^one of the cheap saloons in Kast 1'ark^^treet, and owing to hi* ignorance of^money did not know that the bill was no^jootj. I le could not remember tho saloon,^jut thought it was either the Italian^saloon near theClipperShndes or else the^saloon kept by Yaeger ^ Klein. The of^^ficer accompanied him to both place*,^hut at each place It was denied that the^bill had been given out there. As it wits^apparent that me ^Fin^ had no evidence^when he . 11 red the bill to the Chinaman^that it was bad, ho was released. rrleeucrsK.-leasid.^lit TTK, July 10 ^ The men Keegan and^Kinney, who were serving a short term in^the county jail for assisting ill the e-e.ipe^of young Wilsitt awl Anderson wcrr^liberated, their term having expired,^will be n inetubered Wilson and Ander^^son were serving a term lor tho larceny^of some clothing from kks room of Kose^Gordon in the iron block. Their escape^was i llected by the boys getting into a^1. x winch was used lor the purposem^carrying rubbasli out of the j Ul. A.U It. W. -M.tier*.^1'uTTE. July Ms^At the meeting of lh^^various lodges of the A. O. U. W. tho fo:^^low.ng delegates were ^ lected to the Sia'e^t.ratid IssfsWj to ho held at Boh na on^August 25: J. W Giitiu, L. K. Home^W. C. Balcbelor, David i'uiil. George K^Shale, 1 . H. aloors auu George 1'ascoe. SHORTENED HIS TERM. HISSTOCK TOO TEMPTING AMeadcrvlll. tli.ml.l Makss au lolti-^rstlug Discovery.^Bcttk., July 16 ^Joe Archambatilt con^^ducts a dispensary at Meaderviile and^heretofore hus aimed to keep only the^very best goods in his line. Just at pres^^ent, however, he is wondering if he did^not make a mistake, because the excel^^lence of his wares has created a demand^for them among people who are evi^^dently too poor to purchase thtm^and yet insist upon the luxury^of their imbibition. At least this is tbe^conclusion he arrived at this morning^when he opeiu d hi* laboratory for the^day and discovered the great reduction^that hud been made in hla stock during^the night. Si vi ral bottle* ot choice^whisky were gone; ditto some bottle*, of^brandy; ditto some beer; ditto cigars;^ditto a revolver, and ditto the contents ot^his money drawer. From the manner in^which the burglary was committed Dis^^pensing Chemist Archambault is of tbe^opinion that some one thoroughly or^quaintcd wnh tlie premises did tho Job,^and ho has a very strung suspicion that^he knows the parties. AKlllliiW.iy Horse. Bern:,Ju.y 10.^Considerable excite^^ment was caused to-night on tho corner^of Main and iiroadwuy by a horse run^ning away. 1 bo horse wus the property^of .liny Sullivan and hauled a light^sulky. The annual was hitched to a po.-l^opposite Jerry McCarty's wholesale liquor^saloon, became frightened ut tho motor^car on 1'ark street und broke the strap^with which be was lie I. Ho ran furiously^up Main and was caught by Officer^Swatison on thu corner of Main uud^Broadway. It was fortutiate the animal^was captured as otherwise the result^might have been more serious, as tiiere^wus at the time a large crowd crossing^the street. OPPOSEDTO THE LAW iRepeal of the Bales Regulating tie^Catting of Timber Desired ROUGHON WOOD CHOPPERS APetition Being Circulated In tho^Intorsat of ths Minors and^Laborsrs of Jefferson and^Silver Bow Countlss. successfullyClosed.^Bi ttr, July 16 ^ The fancy dress ba^^zaar * us e included to-night, and the la^^dies who worked so arduously may be^thanked, as their work was by no means^agn cable. The entertainment was at^^tended with the same success with which^it was received on the two preceding^nights. The ladies worked hard, and^their efforts were crowned with success.^The lluaiicinl result was the excellent^amount of f^0. Of this sum the ladies^will clear lite greater part, us their it-^pen sea were comparatively small, the^iu^ mbers of the society doing all the^work and furnishing most of tno mate^^rial. It.|,rps.'iitativ.- Itnltan Cuts ns. Washington,July 10.^a mcciing of^the representative clt l'tis of Italian^birth ^ xpressing the semi men is of tbe^states of Virginia, Maryland and the Dis^^trict of Columbia us to the refusal of the^Italian government to partn ip.it^ in the^world's fair, was field at the Arlington^hotel to-night to take measures to induce^their native country to reconsider its de^^termination. Dr. Verdi presided and de^^livered an eloquent address. After other^addresses in the same strum a resolution^was adopted requesting tho Italian gov^^ernment to reconsider the decision and^accept the friendly invitation of this^great nation, and moreover that they^make every iffort to honor it by sending^to the fair tho result of uer genius and^her industry, and particularly expressions^of Italy's sympathy and good will. Bctte,July 16 ^A petition is being pre^^pared by Judge Do Wolfe, which will be^circulated by K. M. Traak and others, in^regard to the cutting of timber in Silver^Bow and Jefferson counties. According^to ths circular issued by the secretary of^the interior last May, all persons. Arms^and corporations arc prohibited from cut^^ting wood on tbe public lands without a^permit, duly signed by four settlers living^in the vicinity of the place from which it^is proposed to cut the timber. It is claimed^that this is u great hardship on the wood^^cutters of Butte and vicinity. Few^of tbe wood-choppers of Butte can afford^to pay u lawyer to obtain a permit for^them with the necessary sg.iatiir.-s, and^it is claimed that the law recently passed^is in effect a law in the interest* of mo^^nopoly. It is claim d that it was passed^at the suggestion of anil in the interest*^of monopolists nmong the lumber firms^of this vicinity. The opponents of the^present luw ulso claim that according to^tho urgutuents presented it is better^to allow the timber in the public^lands to be cut. It is claimed that^moat of the forest fires wire It^occur and which destroy great quantities^of timber in the pubbe domain are the re^^sults of sparks and cinder* from locomo^^tive* on railroad running tin.nigh these^lands, or from camp tirus lit hy travelers^over road* through those ilomuins. The^argument used is that if |^ rruisaion were^freely granted to cut MsjsSSf lor one mile^each side of the railroad or roud lilies,^that no cot flagration could I.eoccasioned^by any sparks from locomotives and that^accordingly there would be loss damage^by lire than there would be if no cutting^were permitted. Itis claimed that gr it hardship ia^worked oti the poorer wood choppers by^this law. The firm* and corporations^can employ a lawyer to clear them, but^tno individuals are to poor to engage a^lawyer to obtain a permit to chop wood^in the public domain, ami thus tho law^discriminates in favor of corporations^and against the poor. Another argument^used is that by cutting the timber^greater bodies of snow are allowed to^accumulate ill gullies and gulches and^that thereby u supply of water is made up^for ensuing dry seasons. It is claimed^tbut the foliage of the trees prevents tbe^snow from falling into gulches und drift^^ing tiiere, but that when tho trees are re^^moved tbe drifts become deep and exist^far into tbe summer. Thu argument is^also used that a growing tree is of no use^to tbe world, but tiiat when it ia cut down^it immediately becomes a commodity^that can be exchanged for money. Itis also urgii.-d by the objectors of tho^present law, that timber is never rut^more than a short distance from tbe rail^^road track or thu main road, inasmuch as^there is no money to he made in trans^^porting timber very far. '1 imber cut near^tho railroad is all that woodmen find any^financial gain in cutting, and further^^more the cutting of such timber is of^beiiellt inasmuch as it save* other limber^which would be burned by forest tire*^caught from locomotives passing through^the timber line. Thisevening a chopper in town com^^plained to a Stand a up reporter because^^ lie present law prevented him from en^^gaging in the wood culling business, since^he has not money or influence enough to^secure the necessary permit. Mineowners also complain of the law^on the ground that it encourages monop^^oly and by knocking out competition^raised the price on wood furnished^to mines for mining and milling^purposes. The petition now being pre^^pared by Judge DeWolfs will be circulated^among mine and mill owners, and ulso^among wood men, who are prevented by^the present law from earning an honest^living. The petition will lie sent to the^secretary of the interior,and ilia expected^will result in the repeal of the present^law. It will apply only to Silver Bow and^Jefferson counties, anil in other counties^the new law will have the samo effect as^at present. HAHTEXONERATED. Mr.Kennedy Arrives in this City and Sat^^isfactorily Explain* Mailer*.^Ct-iTK, July 10 ^ C. K. Hart, who was^arrested yesterday on a charge of forgery,^was discharged this evening and exoner^^ated of tbe charges against him. J. M.^Kennedy returned this afternoon from^Missoula and iqtiared the matter very^very soon after his arrival. J.M. Kennedy said ill reference to tbe^matter tuis evening: ^Hurt was in my^employ for some time past and has bad^full authority to sign my name to checks^for paynienlof hisown services and those^of the other employe*; in fact be has had^power of attorney to sign my nsme to all^clucks and documents in connection^with my business. The only iiidiscrution^Hart has been guilty of was the issuing of^cheeks upon a bank whore 1 never had^an account, and i never had any uccount^at ( lark Bros. Hurt wus under the^flu.nee of drink when he signed the^checks and didn't know what^he was doing. 1 bavo trusted^him implicitly and I do not^feel that be has lu any way betrayed my^confidence only ill the too free use of in^^toxicants. 1 have a desire only to give^the young man that measure of Justice^which belongs to hun. Ho ha* not toiged^my name and is as bont at as the average^young man. KILLED BY LIGHTNING Mrs.Ihosuas of Lust t in k Struck Down^While In lied. Thowife of K. Thomas, who lives on^I. 'st creek, was killed by lightning at^about 12:90 tin* iiioriiu.g. Mrs. Thomas^was lu bed ut tho time and^her little clul I was lying by^brr side. The child was not injured.^The lightning came through a window,^and after killing Mrs. Thomus, passed^through the house. Ithos I wen estimated that one toll of^coal giV 's enough amnion a to furnish^about ;'ii pound* of crude Sslptsat.. the^present Value of which is about ^'.- I^.^^n. and there being tO.UUO.HjO tons of^D* al annually distilled for gas, no h'sa^ihall 1.13.1i-.i to-is . f sulphate, of the money^Value of A. OoT.lto, are produced. YESTERDAY'SRACES. at Winner of the MyUe Park Mikes^Washington Park. (HU'Afio, July 10.^The Hyde Park^stakes for - year-olds, the richest stake^in the West for that age, was decided to^^day at Washington Park. Hasbford was^the favorite, but Curt Guns, well ridden^by Isaac Lewis, won quite easy. The stake^was worth $11,000 to tbe winner. Uacine^pulled double snd won tho mile dash in^the fast time of 1:4 ^4. Weatherclear, track fast. Mile and a^sixteenth^Jim Dunn won, Russell sec^^ond, Hopper third. Time. 1:4914. MileRacine won. Aloha s 1 ^nd, Proc^^tor third. Tiitii', 1:1 ^4. Handicap,one and a quarter mile-^Take Notice won. Business secoud, Whit^^ney third. Time, 2:t'^^4 Sixfurlongs^Curt t.unn won. Bash-^ford second. Justice third. Time, 1:15. AtJtriiiiirt r^rn.^Jkkosik Pahk, July 10. Track good,^handicap sweepstakes. fourteen hun^^dred yards ^ Chesapeake won, Nellie^illy second, (Jucetislown third. Tunc 1:21' SixFurlongs^Adage won. Trill second.^Mono third. Time 1:16%. Mileand a quartet ^.s.ratbmcath won,^I'no t.iande second. Reckon third. Tune KM. Sixfurlongs Temple won, Julia sec^^ond, Kilkenny third. Tunc 1 :lt^% Handicap,sweepstakes, mile and two-^sixteenths- Kaecland won. King M iker^second. Morrow third. Timo l:lli;4. AtIP ^11.on IssSSSs BsMssWslBkai h, July 10.- Weather^cloudy, track last. Five fin longs- Lord^Daluieny won, Servta secoud, Romance^third. Time, 1:0.'. Fivefurlongs^ Murphv won. A dead^heal for second place h 'tween Kefrain^and Irregular. Time, l:J3*^. MileCruiser won, Siriocaway second,^M inch third. T.iiv, 1:4.'. FiveItirlongt^Meriden won. Arnica^second. Wave third. '1 line, 1:01%. lineiiulu and u * i.ccnili Kainbler^won, llelmuth second, Kov.r third. Tunc, lisltt, Sevenfurlongs Kingston won, Kelipsc^second, Nubian thud. Tun.', I:as^4. AtI'lii.l.uig. PiTTsbi'Ku,July 16 ^ 2:17 trot, $1,20)^^J. 11. U cliarilsou son, .Nl-eking Bird sec^^ond, Mainbriuo Maid tin.d, I.ouri fourth.^Best time, 2:18. Intho 2:21 pace, ft.OOO-Frank Doich^won. Mi Young second, Ravello third,^other* draw n. Best time, 2:18. Inthe 2:21 trot, $1,000^Adbie V. won.^Strader II. second, Dandy third, Sadie M.^fourth. Best time, 2:20^. AtMSSSSMS. Boston,July 17,^The 2:20 pare^War-^ren H won. Honest Prince second, Nettle^K. third. Best time, 2:20'f The2:22 pace for blood was stubbornly^contested from thu start. 1-essle Hanson^won, Dynamite second. Early Bird thirl.^Best tune, ItstK AuKarly Morning HI .8^Bl ttb, July 17.^There was a small fire^at 2 o'clock this morning in Walki rviile.^It was in a lodging house in West Dsly^street, o| posite the house nf Dr. Philips.^It was of little account and was quickly^extitiguiahcil without damage. AMilium Dentl. I'm(HicKEI'siiK,X. V., July 16^Franci-^R. Hives, a millionaire, died tins morn^^ing at bis residence mar Now Hamburg,^ill Iho 70th year of hi- age. He was sec^^retary of the legation to the court of St.^James und, r I'rosiden' Tyler. BASE BALL YEbTtHUAY. Nstluualla'llgne, AtClcvelatiuCleveland 12, New York 6.^At Cincinnati^Cincinnati 4, Philadel^^phia 2 AtI h.cago^Chicago 8, Boston 7 (12 in^^nings). AtPittsburg^Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn I^(first game). AtPittsburg^Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 12^(^ecoud game). AmerlcsuAssociation, AtBoston^Boston 10, Louisville 5.^At Baltimore -Baltiiioro li, St. Louis 1.^At Washington^ Washington 2, ( mom^nati 3. AtPhiladelphia^Athletics 6, Colum^^bus 7. WesternLeague. AtDenver^Lame given to Denver, 0^to 0, Omaha failing to appear.^At Sioux City-Sioux City 6, Duluth !',^At Minneapolis Minneapolis 4, Mil^^waukee 7, HtHTWO LIVtS. JUSTONE CROOK LESS Departureof John Williams, a Morions^Confluence Ian. BUTTE TOO HOT FOR HIM ThsOwnership of Certain Dia^^monds Found on tho Gang Bs-^lleved to Hsve Been^Traced at Last. Bi-ttk,July 16 ^ This morning another^gentleman found it convenient to leave^tbe city for tbe city'a goo I and hit own comfort.Tho distinguished personage^was John William-, a well-known crook^nndcoiillilcnooin.nl, who was a pal and^friend of Stanley, Itose and the other fel^^lows SJ undid up a few days ago by thu^police at the Owl saloon. W.lliams^^11s one of the fellows that so extensively^worked tho cotitldenco game at tho rail^^road depots last winter and was llnally^krresletl forswitidliiig an old man named^Satulo out of $,'.7 at tho Northern l\*c lie^sta'ion. Willi him was II. T. King, who^also hail a hand ill the game. Botn^weie identified by Saudo as the^men who had rebhetl him.^Hy rtturning the money to him they were^I eruiitti'il to p e 01 guilty to potty larceny^anil ri'ccivel only jail eoiiteuees for the r^crime. Since their release fro 11 j ul they^have Im-cii 1. all g uhoiil Iho city and are^credited by the police f. r much ot the^crooked work of alt kinds done in the city^and ne ghhoriiig towns during the last^month or so. Afew days ago King was arrested f ^r^vagrancy, to winch he pleaded guilty and^was H umI and costs by Judge McMut-^phcy anil sentence suspended thru- hours^to give him 11111.- to h ave the stqfi At Iks^tune King and Stanley were arrest, d^Wilnums could not hs found. Last night^he showed up at his Bid hcaeipiarter* and^was at once pounced upon hv-^a psjist man. Willaims b.-gge 1^hard not 10 In* locked up, loar.ug that I.is^former ncord might go against bun it^hauled np before tin* police court, and^premised to leave the inly this morning^on the first train. As this wa-just ti I at^the police wanted he was 1 eriiiitted to re^^main at large, ami this morning began to^travel. Whenthe gang was arrested sevi ral^valuable diamonds w^rc found ill the^possossioii of olio of them s h ell lie- SS^^lice were confident had been stolen from^some one. The diamonds were hold a^few nays, hut us uobody called to e aim^them, they were returned to the vags. T.wlnyit leaked DM I that ut about tho^time the arrests wero unci.- some dia^^monds uud other jeweiry aeiostu ou Ir in awoman known as I Cursoii. who roomsover tno livery stuble ill 1'ark^street near the corner ol W^oming, lUv^fact that the men am sled were also room^^ing in the same I.milling and those who^remain 111 the city are Mtilliug rooming^there, is considered us a very suspicious^circumstance, hut proof is lacking. AtVel' Known Miner Klllnl. blsTislto the htaudarX Id.11Lowic, July 16. -Mat Klcimela,^one of the oldest and licst miners In this^dim id, was killed to-day 111 the Kocky^Fork coil mine* by a blast. Ho was^warned but (ltd pot act ipuck enough.^Tho coroner exoncratee the company, Ior. elo.nre of 11 Lieu.^Ul'TTK, July 16 ^A complaint wa* filed^in department 1 of the district court to^^day by the Montana I.umber and Manu^^facturing company against \Yils^ 11^Fletcher et ul. '1 ho cause of action is the^foroelo-uro of a lien. .fentiieCramer's Mother Nr.wHavin, Conn., July 16 ^Mrs^fhr.stine ( ram. r con.milted suicide ai^her residence in this city to-day by hang-^uig. She was BBS m ither ^ f Jennie ( ri-^mi r, whose mysterious d atb about 11^years ago attracted so much attention. TbeMiunga Case ul a l.irl That Is I'm x.litgKansas in-i-ultuts^I 10111 the st. Dials (Uohr-lletiiocrst, Mr.and Mrs. Veiiuum, parents of Mary^Veiiuum, are at a loss to explain the mar^^velous aclions of their daughter. In her^little more than 14 years she has lived^two iivet ^ two separate, individual SSssS^ances, neither related in tho least to the^other. L.ving near the* Veiintims, when^Mary was about 13 | cars of ago was a^family named Koff. Mary waa subject to^cataleptic fits, and alter coming out of^one of them she became to all intents^and purposes Mary Koff. Her past hie^^a* entirely forgotten, ai d she tulked,^and in every way dcnieuued herself as an^other person. TheMary Koff, whom she became and^remained for over a year, bud died (as^wus afterwards loariiod) nearly seven^y. ars before, at about the Veiiuum girl's^uge. Yet where her life bad lieou broken^by death Mary Vennuiu took it up am^continued its Interrupted duties, II^pirents first noticed it when, after the lit,^she began to talk of thing* in the Koll^r. siiletice, which neither they nor herself,^s ^ far aa they knew, had ever entered.^Day after day she plead' d to Is. taken^home, and finally, us the lust experiment,^they, to satisfy tier, took her to the Koff^home. The Koffs had recognised in her^features a slight resemblance in their^aodd child, but they wore thunderstruck^wheu she, upon stepping inside tho door,^at once treated all ibe members of the^household as old at quaintaiices. She mi-^d -ratood the.r pecunaritie* as if she hud^been reared there, and remained with her^new-found parents iierfoctly content,^recognising the fiiniiture.pieiurosand va^^rious parts of the house as if she had^always been familiar with tlioiu. Sic^went at once to tin- bureau in which tho^.'cud girl hud kept her belongings, and^.oimi dlately recognised every object uud^caljed it her own. Theysay, too, that the awak-nmg was^not less remark.th o. On*- day she failed^to wake in the morning. One day passed,^the night and half the following day, ami^-till she slept. Along m tin* uflcnio in^she gave a shiver and a cry of pain, SSjd^-at up in bed wide awake, staring ahou'^ta r. She could recogmi.- nothing and^dd not sp.il, to the K'-ffs. She^1.god for her moth. r. and noon being^t.'ken home was her old self again, know-^11.g nothing ol her 12 months exi^erieiic..^noting it all as u dream!, is sleep. ) 11^j during the tune she wu* us light-in. urn d^1 and nuturul ns any girl of her age. Herstory got abroadasd many students^I .f psychical wonder* called upon her t..^, . .. the strange child. Among others, Dr.^M dgsou, who is secretary of tin- Lnglish^I'-.ehical society, had hisatientioti ca.|. d^to Iho girl. He went step by step ov. r^I Mary Vonnuin's whole life, verifying^1 . v ry incident as given above atul sscufs^- ti.tich additional information bear.:..^I upon her remarkable double life. til. 1. roof, a. r. 1 nowNt.sa. n. r. ntix.^auu, ataucis uAi.v. r. a. sahobakt. HOGli.BROWNLEE h CO, B-H-N-K-6-R-S, BUTTBCITY. KONT- TraDsartscentral Mankloj easiness. Ka^^rhsiigs drawn aa all uis leading cuisi at^aurups. Collections Promptly Attended To, rorresisinaents:Wells, Fargo ft Co., New^Yorki Writs, rsreo ft to., halt Lake: Weill,^FaiKO ft Co., ran Kranilsco; omalia NalioaAl^tank. tin.alia. *irst MstMMl halm. Oins.ua. IMNATIONAL PANls. Ajfacovda. THE* mmco. j. reD.illy r^H ^ :v!n_- r..t i ^:\,\ nfi^*r carload oftin- ritirkt st:. 1 iliciint FURNITURE i.xrrbrnnjrht l^^ Montana. ;^n-t prepirM tn^fmiilsli any kli.'l of n- u^e, i^^om ur hotel, )ust^a^ V'tll vhuI it You ^ hi. 1 '^ .* new rol41agU^ *t^ jus; lu. HMM *u lb* ai.o* ^-uui^^sUKl .out. ^u U.clu. sfftlsHittatt'inciitii aru coutmu illy l^cii.|r^in.nl^' l y r val local romp, liter* for^^ ixcial practice ia Hutto to it juro tL^^r^ initiation ami bucineaH o' Dr. Kichitr Ji^^ o. I ll^ untruthful Htut^ mt-nt i^ mudu^that tin y hare* not u li^ *-ii^'-^l * penal |^!iy-^h c an in Montana who poisfiiwi the^State Medical .loan. ^'iruUc^te. The^truth )^ H.at Or. Li^*t^ij| A Co. art- the only^^ih cialiM* in Hutt*'who make an 90thm m^hpectalty of ilUeuHt a of tm-u that h.ive^the reriitlcit'^a of the State Mt ^ln .1^Itoanl ftuthoriimg lle-iii to tTactic**. All^rlt.imititf to tejclumtr fpfvialt^t* fur *hs-^ea'e* ^ f uwu cither have iu^ lic-i|mi Of^certiflc.iteH at nil. or they havo Im*cii re-^r^ ked for ^ au ^*e. lr. L'*-hiti A Co. are reBpontiihle for^what tln-y hay ami to a how that tln-y can^prt.VO th*' ahove fact ^ ... make the came^-^-iHieiiicnt t vrr th* ir written binnatun*.^l^r. IsMWg ^1 Co. are not only the only t i^^ciu-sively spt-eial nxirtf on^ aiel phy-ii-.a-ie^for ^ Iim- iM'i- of HU, bm they arc thi- iiiuttt^vucceavful un^l rciepoiiaible in the \Vc^t.^N^t mt$^ to-tlay, ami to-morrow -where^ai e tin y ^ I t:t here flr-tt, la*^t ami always ,^heavy tax payer* ^u ltutte aril huding^eit i ^M building Wp the eity. The old* at^iiii'intier of the at;^ If of the LsflMJ Worid^L^i-i|i^*nftnry, San I ranei*am, i * r*^ nali^^attL'iitla to the Montana d vision,w.'h prm-^eipal offlrei corner of Main and Uroad-^w.iy, liutte. The old doctor ia l ow in In*^71.1) year and i.rutinatod in the IViiiihvI-^varna Medn-.tl coll. g^ in |#47. having DOW^I ad 4'A y*'ttr^ *\^ lal pi act ice. Hefore^t I'lnmeuciiig practice lu Montana he^n- cured a Montana certificate from the^v :iv Mnlir i1 It-ran), also a new license^from the bmtc City Hoanl ol M- aith. Ur.^A C Stodduri, tli * [ rckidi-ut of the L'ebig^World Disitentciry, s^lao ^acijfed the cir^t licat** from lite Ntate Medica! Hoard of^M 'i.tana and is duly licctir-iHi. Dr. Bead*^dart in tbe pioneer ^r-eciah^l in MonLica^and California, baring practiced on tbe^I'.u lie coa^t mtice th*- ilays of '4!^ Mu.-I^of the extensive pract.e*- of Ur. Liel 'g A^' ^. in Montana on account ^f the ill ^u-^t-aitda of badly treated ea*e*. llrst mil* r * au^d by the unakiUful. brttttfiMj on ilia*^:r^ -!^iiig f-iirot ic ailiuenia. To sMTUell Dt^lUf maltreated or ruined by imiciny afld strongrencdies, r* ejt 10 or w rite l^r.^LiebigcVCoa, Ltcbig WTorld U.s|^eu^ar^., r er Mam i l I i ..^^*%ay. buite l itv,^.Montana. Private nitrauce, 8 East^liroadw a^. WHOLESALEAND RETAIU 4L*0ACKNTS F^Ut RH ^ Kl.Kl'ltATKO WHITESEWING MACHINES 20Psr Cent. Spot Cash On y. TIft 21 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE, MONT. HOFOR CASTLE] JheQ-cat Carboriatc Camp LIVINGSTON ^ AND ^ CASTLE^Daily Stage Line. kvkn TfMKS a week^^WTHROUCH IN TEN HOURS * louifurtalileCoavhes. (jon I lloiss. an.l careful ihiv.'i*. IS-I'm.en ^ i^ selv il wilil ao A I Uluset^al omitli u V au Homo s. F.llli;tf.OOi ROUND TRIP, $12,0ft^JOHNNY LEWIS. Prop. Corntsh,Winstanley k Tower, IMSHsssWj l:.n..i liloek. REALESTATE ami MININGBROKERS. MISSOULA.MONTANA. Kctirylublic. (.cllcruoai Atieadel Ii^H. J. MULDOON. +JUSTICE OK I HL PEACE^ '1KLMMIONfc, NO. Xii.^Bass.MS Mam St., . Itutte. MmSMbB HHE MONTANA, aacum)a, Montana. OkiWJuly ., ...,x l.evi-euc-i Oct. 1. Oneef t!i^* h.ipi1*'iiu'*t ;in^i niAst e**vsnt aa^^r^in!^*^! aaAelt in lae rnu*^ 1 Matet ri ^ r u.-^'r^flrrpriMif. nn.! |^i.n ..l^l w.i.i ejayajtara, riNMl^brll*. i*rp alarm*, ir.nmng water, ba'Hs, strata^bent, ispffl !ir-' alajaj Mil all n.e.dt ra ccit\eu-^kucn Jl oin^ en ^tnte and sir )^te. Ciiiotlia^^ud tH-rvit-e struli) Hist oLui l.a.. ^ irotu $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, sA-.roid.rvto MM an^l I liaracter of room* C.W. LOOMIS Prop. VnllCKt^F AI'IMTCUION tO VOX ItlsV^1^ lil.lt. In MeurajaB/ee Willi Um ..^v.- .^^aj Bra rataaaarf raguiaikiaa anaariaasl by iti*^HotL Bett* tan the In crior. May o, li*^i. tn*^iiuderstKueil, twi.um (..n.ti er. wlu^^^' rtK*^^a44raa^lt Walktrviila. Nlm w a t* uut^.^.^iu^^^( M^iitana, lu-n !^^ ci\ e* notice tlial at 11 t^ t*x.^I'iraiioti f _i cays (runi the lti^t ncblu atiutt of^ti.it netu'e. h^ will aiake an|^Ui'ai;ou iu ilia^noa. tterrctary ol ibe lateHoc lor aatborifty^to cut atitl rrtumt'I'iri*'ua^l Ur umber, for incr- . ir.-. bj rut til z .i .^! touvrrtuat iuU^^voua, tor fuel for the reuuotioa ot ^'t^*s aae tor^uomestic uv, ;^u I p ^ l.'Kn.ns and stull*. or^in aiag UsMbers, fn ai ih * roJowing iioai^MOptt*^I uted i ul ..- - s.i ;atfd uear l^V l.caU cf .brown's gulri and v ctnity. in tn^ t^^aattasa|^KtlVrr bow. J#.ffei od siat Peer I odae. *.tae^^t^%'i ii an i, an t ... - i ^ ^^: * .^ . al -i,: i . .-ion - as 1folluw*. tO-Wtt: rHCtiOtta 10. 1-' U, li^. J'i, M, and.d. in laarnaain ire notin, raiiuc rinfi w^-st, iMtMi*i^n* an i l in t vMitdup 1. ur north. iii ^r 11 lit w^evi i ^ ' i.! _ t:i ai-'a of t^*o^i iii'n-s. lull n-K to i'\irni d.-i artos I* ; v ii...:-' :uniH*ilaml. il..- timtM-r lrowing and ^. ^d h,^! tin roc ii is very seitteriag. and eona ats ot tale l ur an i tir. ^*!^^ ;^ rds of woo l, about aoA4^ i In* a-iinii 'aii^t ;*t^ ut ^si nr ktiitta.^Tli-- t li irne i r u it ^ land u %*rj lou^n ansl uitun,amous and wh^^l y uuilt tor agrti-uituml iin n hi H1I L1AM cam nkk. Julylo- nwi.