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TH1ANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ^^. le^i. THEBUTTE OFFICE Ofthe STANDARD Is In the^New Windsor Hotel Annex, No.^21 East Broadway. The Tele^^phone number is 256.^* advertisementswill r^ tf.rrt M Ma BT.ie^oOlr* ct tlie r-TANI'AHl^ Hi ^ eilot's^f. M, tor lti^, rti.m is tbe le.low-^uic wiortiiiitr'v NM^1 If St a n im It MMW lo Itutte iulnTib-^tii early, cveiy diouiuik. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. IIOKTANaI MUX. BUTTECUr.Rt.N r NJTti. Jinn^ Kilie win a Dillon visitor yeitrr-^day. L.n. Old* of Hoi man V'sitcd the oily^/.^slcrday. J.\V. Youne and wife of Helena were^ill the ciiy to-day. CbarleaKami, a reaulent of Granite.^Visited tlie ciiy yesterday. Mr. J. K. I), .i 11. ^^ of Hut Lo In vis-^llnl Bullo MMM yeatcriiay. J.D. Twiford, manager ^f Ibe Wostorn^Union olTlc ^ ut Ogdt n. is in ilif city. Thoniaallrady ami John Mtirptiy were^Tfosn (l yesterday for llKlitittir in hast^Park street. TheFienchd jnndiuii institute Iielil iu^first liitctiic m its now quart -is, MM old^police court, laat niehl. JohnMau'inro in keek from tliol'ocur^^TAlMeeMMHry with iii^ tliaiuatic toiii-^pmy and repot t* good buiiticss. 1he loi mi j bulldinir tarrupitd by Vali-^ton A Nichols on Kast l'ark street im a^btju i house ha* Immmi iiiitchaa.'d liy l''ay-^e.te Uarrincioii fortLM.taJu. Burlingtonboast* of a suburb bearing^tliu Malsjea bMMM of biislirviiio. Wan r^works and a *cwciur/c system era being^talked of among the Kustcrvilliaus. JudgeMrMur|*h^y nnd scvctal other^no-tubers of mo order will ito to Dew^Lotliro to-iluy in att^ ml lee lunoral of Sid-^luyHiiu, ^ i^tr.iii(i' (I Id Follow, who^d.vu leatsj l-'n :. ^^ night. Anagreement Bate*) n tbo ciiy and^Atirahain Ool laell was illoil lo-il.iy. It^prorid. a for the ii.u ual ajaa of Um wall^Mlwovn ih^ ri\y kell aaja] ill ^ Ucldsoll^building now and hereafter. K.A. IVlcrmn liarlv. i!t, n^ed ^5, and^Matilda AmU rsoli, aged Wt, botll ol lliltte,^weio grunteil a man laaja lieaeaa loitay.^A a.milar Bttajslt was issu. d to Kiehaid^James, aeM N. and Maty Jane Sullivan,^aged :14. also of Uutlc. TomMalioney, the tough who was : r-^reated Wei k b'fore la^t for illslurliane ^,^and then tried 10 set the eity j i I on lire,^was arraigned b ^'nn* Juiige MeMuriim y^iraalarday. Tie- cbarg - ai'amsi h in i* atlemplt'ilarHo waiveii i XAiuina- tionami in delault of hail wascouiuniled^to await trial. Kemovalof the Western I'll ion Tele Eaptioffice (rout iti. old quarters in thn^irgey liiiildms; into the Mantle nud lln ^^eulM'tg bio* k la linear w ay. A |iorl ou of^t'le iiisiicmenis were moved yeklen'ay,^and some work wi.s done in the new of-^llco last mgiit. Hy to-morrow thcent.rc^effleu will be ill the new building. COLONEL CROSBY IN TOWN. Ik*Weil'Knuwn I r^^i^lf-st of the Uotlsa A.Homai.a Contpiiny.^BfTTK, Oct. LM ^Col. S. M. Crosby of^Bntiou, pros tl in of the Boston t Moil,^tana cumiiany anil the Unite A I) islon,^and a|aa brail ^ f the Ma^^at'litlM lu I. iaii^A Trust eoni|^uiiy, ha^ b^ ou in the city^since yesti rtlay. Besides Ins lerge Inter-^asla in B lite. Colonel Crosby lias con-^troling stock in tin- Lake Superior luloes.^During a cimvi r^l:.ni vitti a MaMi.tiiu^reporter ho said tlie copper market is^goo.l, although at araaael there ia little^speculation in sioeka. The ni Miey mai -^ket, too, i* imprtiviuiE and ba^mc* gon-^^rally over the couuiry is picking nn. Ho^lias just made a visit to Oreul Kails at^which point, ho sajra, the company is con*^tent plat.in- tl.e teaatloa of smelii rs. Aa^soon aa tins Is act-oiuplisbetl the ateaeS^nuisance at Unite as far ^^ 111- aliova^ruatittoued conipamet are courtr iet!,^will probably ba solved, but tli re ure few^people in Bulto who ia-lirve that the^companies ically contemplate ue viug^tin .r smeitera to tnch a ttreat distance^from the mines. Mr. Crosby sp aks^highly of the prosperity of Molilalia, and^alao temarketi tbat there is no to^ n in^toe country that can compare with B ute^In regard to business ami solidity, t olo-^nel I n sby is acrouip Miieil on Ins trip to^kloinana by Mrs. Crosby and .1 niece,^who are stopping at Helena. Htal rOR I HE WliAHY. Wherela Atleiitl Invniv Nervies In Hi, ttiy lnJUy. BfiTi:,Oct. -J4. -Fir-t llantist Chun I:^^Tbe pallor, Hev. A.W. t.ravea.wdl pn aeli^rooming and srenli.it. Sunday school^met ts at ISatO. YeWafi |^eople^a U sliuu ii)^meeting Satat. All vtileotne. Cos|ielt*ni|^craiice serv ce in bascnieul^of Lewisobu bui ding, corner (trunite and^I'lali strict*, at a:UU o'clock. Leader, W.^C Slnpi^e'i. I'reabyterianChurch ^ Sermons^preachetl at 11 a. in. and 7 ^'^ ^ p m. by^Rev. E.J. Urocntveld, pastor. Sutitlay^school nt J v Meadervilli-M. B. Church- K. v. J.J.^Burnetts, pastor. Services ut 111 a. 111.^and 7;aJ p. m. Sunday school ai II p. 111. (jeriiiatiLutheran church, 011 West Si.-^Ter street, near QaknlB street ^ \. Bact-^ling, pastor. Ileitular seivce ill the^morning at 10 a. 111.. no evening service,^buuduy aohool at 11:30 a. m. MountainView M. B, Church- Quar^^terly meeting service will he held as ltd-^lows: I. v least at 10 a. ill ; preaching^at 11 by Llder Snv.ler, with the 1. ,rl's^suptier; Sumlav scb-ml at :':.li p an.I^eraaabiag at 7 M p. m., by Utv. Frank L.^Brush Agood tim- ia assurtu to all wtioatteml^Chris Wo demon's social ball at Caplice^ball 'Ins iMiudaj) tv^nitig. t..,. d Mania^and fl ^or. ForKent. ^Five room bouse, port ol^the furniture f ir sale, ,,tl \,,rii Jackson^street. Apply to K ekanls A Lewi^. 'Frew drinks^ at ^Ldlies' saloon.^ Wt^ar* oclcbratitig lUe ttopeuiug of tlioAn-^noouda in no . MONTANAAND THE FAIR CDmingMieiin^ of ths State Board of^World's Fair Commissioners, TO FARMERS AND MINERS Letters Urfting That Efforta Ba^Made to H^v^ Kvary inouatry^Of Montana R^. pre^^sented. BfTTK.Oel. :'4.^The second meeting^of tbe Montana state board of commis^^sioner* of ibe w irld's fair wilt bo held at^Helena on lln first Monday in Novem^^ber. Judge DeWolfe of Unite, president^of the board, was seen ill a i v^ ning by a^reporter of the Stammkd and in the curseof the Interview I ho j I Igo asld^nothing bad li en done met the first^inceii.ig ol the board, wh.rh was held in^Auituai. The lio-.nl is reailv a legislative^^MT) ami individually lin y c ^n do very^little. However, at tho approaching^meeting a numlier of important matters^will Im- acteii iipoii. after which active^work will begin toward p ar n .^ Mnti^ana^to the front at the Celesta an exposition.^Tho committee appointed at tho first^meeting lo arlect a site for the stale^building* and MS bits at Cnicugo, has^decideii upon n choice, and will^make it* report to the I man! at the com^^ing meeting. I'lan* for a state building^will also bo submitted and n selection^made from a number of creditable plans^that have been ilrawu by Montana archi^^tect*. Steps will nt once be taken toward^erecting lee building nnd arranging pre-^liminaricH for gathering the exhibit*. H -^^^Mm the great mineral display rontt in-^plated. It is propi s d to make an exhibit^ol 1 ran. cereals and vegetable* second to^none nt tbe exposition, and it can lie^done with a favorable *eaaon for Mon^^tana rancher*. But to nccoiupliali tit at. the^nciivo anp;iort of every growi r in the^state ia solicited. To lbe end that the^farmer* will Income mnresti d ill Ihi*^matter, the arcretury of ibe board waa^Intimated to suml a* ninny (tinner* a*^could Pe readied in tbo state, the lollow^ing citcttlnr letter: ItIs Ii..|mM that MS w.ll lake i'relal pains^ninl assist die ii i-inncrs ol Hie board of worlil'*^(:ur niaiiau *^s of your c -tinty t^^ have t ie sain*^nrom-ily and eieilitably represenleil ul lhe^w oilil s t'oiiiiul'liin i \piSili'io at lile*e* ^^tsiii. It is ii w tune ii a' litis walk was eoia-^inriirerl \n all farmer*, st'li eiiug Hie if I h^St^^sea aMelSkB ^ la p ant i rxl ml a so w i re-^i*tre li e i nmad lor uex1 season's cr p. Kvery^larmer sliouitl take s|M-eial iw us ami priue to^euluo lit* tiei^lilKir* n \i season, hh the eroti M^tsti' * ihe tine 11 la* e\titbit, tl at Hie exposition.^I'letse see what you can do to nil in tins work anilse eel a favorable pl^ tf i:r mini ami nit e ityour aaneetal site.i.Inn. Kvery re-nl nt of^I lilt atate should have tin w bare of Mimtana^mar to Ins lieurt, ami it ia liop.d you will ^ive^tins your altfnibui. 1he letter has been the cause already^of awakening intereal Among tho farm^^m antl esnjee ramplra ol Moutanu fruit^Lave been sent to the secretary and^sl ow s n quality thai can tie excelled no^^where. Aletter ^f similar purport was ad^^dressed In miners and muiing companies^of the state, urg.tig an t IT art to make n^creditable mineral display, a number of^which were received in Initio. The letter^rt nils ua follows : Atthe World's (tilttmliirtn e\|*isiiinn Ii be^lie o at Ckktiaja in lea, Ustra wm be an estrv*^ami l imb.i'ie eom|ietiti ^n h-:s -en the suites lof^t'oiorat o, hi ,ho ami Montana, for Kneh b*MWSV^aey in ibe mitteial ilisi lay iiiiete by these st ilea^We wniil the aeiive anu fa-tsaaal Ustsfast of^every iiiiueiwner with us. ami irjvhy solie't^fit ni joti anati inent of what von tan liunbli^us o a don ihe il sp ay, and would alsa a^k^tlutt yen pit si ut nt yiiiu cei veaienee miy Mi|t^lieKtl' tia or opinions 'nu nuiy katpt or eulenain^with IfajasaJ to ibe milling tiwea lo Ihi made.^I'll Is, Im of *orlil'^ last iiiaiiMKi'isean tie much^lo leas lie- Montana ^ Isplay a aueerss, but^sitbotii ibe imlivitiual assi-iaiH'e of pioinineoi^miue owin rs lb' ) eau hardly succeed as tbejr^with. TheHostim St Montana company of^Unite waa tlie first to respond to tbo let'^ter, and they promise to make a showing^that will be a credit to the cojiipany, to^Butte, and the state. The display will^compose a seriea of Ihe intermediate^products from ore up to refined copper^showing the different styles of contract^^ing, smelting, electrolytic ami furnace re^^fining. 'I be next reply also came from^Butte, ami in it Hon. J. E. Clark agrees^to contribute his share toward making^Montana'* mineral display a succo*. He^sugg.-Bts aa a wav to attract attention to^the display nnd induce exhibitor* to come^forward, that the a'.ate be divided^into districts, named after ihu prin^^cipal town*, and that in this^way a healthy c inpetition will^he cngendert d, insuring a tine mineral^exhibit at tbo lair. Eveu if ihe display^depended entirely upon Butte, there Is no^doubt but that it would ba a p^rfect one.^The board of conimisttnnrre desires that^ihe milling iiieu ol tlie slate generally^lake nil iniereM in tbe mutter, ami wants^nil those who w ill help in the mineral^display to notify Secretary Baraaey at^Helena, so tbat ihu board will have some^Idea of what uinv he expected m this di^^rt rlion. The November meeting of tbe^board will b ^ an important one, and after^it* consideration ot a uunvb *r of utatlera,^the proposed Montana exhibit will bo^heard from. Mlurral I.oca lulls, Btn ii, Oct. M^^Tea fallowing mining^documents w ere filed for n cord today : 1.n ation notice, Black I irb mote 'o lo.^Little l'ine district, by L. ui^ lies lt.Tiercs^utid tubers. Lx'atiounotice, Champion, Little l'ine^district, by Joseph Alsom and others. Waterright notice, 1,6 hj niche* of^Cat pp cm k, Bald Mountnin district, by^l b.irle* Carpp and Baiuei K. 8. Frsaier. Mdlsite location, M march. Bald^Mciiulaiii district, by lh.ir.es Carpp^el id. Affidavitof annual labor uu Ihe Santa^liosu lode claim, Mimmii Valley dielrlct,^by Patrick J. Lee and L. J. Johnson. Affidavitof annual bit) r on the Charm-^lbs! Nellie S. bale claim. Summit Valley^district, by Fabian Chant s. Locationnonce, Mont Ko*e, Mineral^Hill, (jctteysbuig antl Shilob lodes, by^George W. Hodge. Locationnotices. Heather Bell, t.obl^F.i ^^^ , MlnCS B rd and Bine Bell lode*,^unorganised district, by George Hager^and Havel Black, IlealBaVaM Traaslcrs. Bctti,Oct. M.^Tbe following real^estate deeds were tilttl with die county^reeor 'er In-day: K.A. Niehola and wife to Fayetti llar-^ri irtou, one half inteiest 'in w. si -ja^fin ot at* i ami .', weak ST, Sutta lowusile.$io on1 111 II.i. \ allien ami w,fe to ra). lle llai- lltlgtea,tun -i.alf ml ei est in I lie above aesrrlBMpr^ avrtf*MH at Qewtaa -. u wis et al. to Jeaeya ll'Kttan.lot 1. eluek 7. U\t I title ,d ilitt-'n.uiua'ial i ittns ii*crvitttwo ar \\il lulu Can an ana wire a. .Una s Mr-^NUitaais, tpnt t aiti', a mtatu ie^^acrta*il trsci la wf ik. ivile 4.10 Alicethiil ^^ Silver MUllUg e lupauv^h'Maiy fsel.loisil an 1 I J, bl^n-k^.. Nerti. \v alkt t vine-jo 1 an Abieioiu K Ivuvar MililllU . onipanv^loliobei. 'sesi II, lo. 13, bits ..:', N. r n w'km iiiiiim tw 11011.Ms II. 1 lay and w.fe to .ItMui^Mo x-tu. a paiirl of laasl on llie^Ii in,, 1 Indr ,1 im |;^i aa h,111 ti,-1 llaraer to ^ haib s t. jlnai 1,^aaaataarth mteies*. nine sauiiirun^qaaftl kKie, Indep* dt'tiei'ihs 1 .1 rwcti Waiuieesit \\ tela ilintrt II Mua^lentil, qi, . i n., font-11 nit*) ml r st AHO03OOED SHOP TwoSteii Who On up ed It Camaalt Sai-^rbli .'.Mil ^ Out II a llralua. Bin t:, Oct. ^-'^ ^1 here i* a aJocroaker^^little siio,^ i:i Mi r iso that teem* to be^^bad medicine^ for everybody that at^^tempt* to cut out a lortune within it*^wall*. Ail ui a year ago an old German^v^ as runt.'iig the shop and one morning^(inrtled ll.e people of tbe droway little^l urg 1 y ct uimiiting suicide and not say^^ing a word to an} body about it. For a^win a the shop remained unoccupied,^auveiythc ghost ct 1 be cobbler, which^seme pi 01 In declared could ba seen^nightly going tinougU tbe pantomime ot^milking seat^ F.ually a Hobem at , who^announced lillllsc.I to be John L ^wick,^came along and r 'Otiened tbe shop. He^was ol a retired, taciturn disposition, and^told nobody anyinnig anont himself, far^^ther than that be waa M year* old and^*iipde. H^ would get tliuuk and re^^main so for u long lime, and then^sou r up, nml go to work 1 gam. Lately^he got on one of hie customary aprees^aim btcain quite uf.y, going so far a* to^level urll* 011 uti in^ IT ni.vo malt a^coup e ol nay t ago. Ve- terday be took^I;its gun, a Winchester r H ', and went out^into the llebla near the low 11 ar.d began^a regular lu^iiatle with nothing more^tangible b r r^ target than the haxy au^^tumnal nir. Tbat wa* tbo last time be^waa seen until this morning, when Ins^body est 1^ un I near tae river bank with^the top ol Hi* beatl missing and hi*^brains lying in a little heap about four^feet away, 1 be rifle lay by bis ^ide and^the supposition is that be deliberately^c. inniiued suicide rather than again face^the tortures attendant upon an effort to^^east up after a drunk ou section^hou*e wbikvy. Tbe body wa* die-^covered by a coupie of men wbo were^tunning cattle. Ti.rv notified tlie people^ol tho town and W. L. Bobbins tele-^giaphctl 10 Judge McMurphey aud asked^MM to nobl an uiqu^-*t. The judge au-^^wercd that the justice of the peace at^Melrase could conduct tho inquest and^^ive the county consideruble expense,^tbo coroner being nbe ut from tbe city. JohnPaitun 01 Meiroae arrived in Butte^tin* aticrtioou and said thai tlie ball bad^entered Lowick'a forehead directly be^^tween the eyes, showing tbat hia death^wa* the result of a cooly planned auicide.^For some time after being found tbe body^waa ulloived to remain where it wa*, but^alterward wa* taken in charge of by tbe^local jualice of tbe peace, who prepared^to bold an inquest add gave directions to^bury ibe remains to-111 irrow. MINNIt'j BAD BARGAIN. Mr*.West Aoxloua te Re Legally Sep^^arated t rain liar Husband Jamas.^ELITE, Oct. 21 - Minnie West is the^latest 10 declare marriage a fraud and a^snare, and to-day filed an application In^Judge I'cnibertoti's court for a decree nf^divorce from James West. Minnie al^^lege* in her petition that she was married^to James in tbe city of Providence, state^of Khode Island, in 1883, one result of^which i* a child, F.dilb, aged seven year*.^Tbo plaintiff further set* forth tbat aba^ha* ever conducted herself in a true,^faithful anil wife-like manner toward her^husband, bui tbat be wholly disregarded^the solemnity of hi* marriage vuwa, nnd^without provocation willfully deserted^nud absented himself from bis wife, and^departed from tbe state of Montana with^^out intention of ever returning. He also^disregarded bis duties as a husband and^father, antl neglect* to provide for bis^family or contribute to tbeir support, in^all of which she finds sufficient excuse for^a tl voice and the custody of the child^now in her posseasmn. In addition to the^petition, tbe plaintiff atso filed an affida^^vit alleging that sbe has a good and meri^^torious cause for action, and that aha is^wholly without money or properly of any^kind whatsoever, and therefore unable to^pay tbe costa in Ibe case. Judge McHst-^ton therefore issued orders lo tbe dark^and slu r ff to issue and serve papers^without lees. RtDUCINC THE FORCE. luHie heilie niter. I00 Polleeniral,u*lag Their Job.^Order* to^Marabal llaaai. Btttk, Oct. IM.^The city council Is de^^termined to enlorce It* resolution decreas^^ing the police force, but ha* decided upon^a different plan of accomplishing tbat re^^sult than was at first proposed. Instead^of dismissing the numlier agreed upon in^tbe resolution the intention is not to ap^^point any new men in the places of those^who ni-y resign or be dismissed for cause^and this manner, it is thought,^will gradually reduce the force to^the strength dei nietl sufficient to^guard tbe city. Recently several mem^^bers have resigned to engage^in ether occupations and one wa* dis^^charged for inattention to duty. This^with the illness of several others, wbo in^const qui nee are unable to perform duty,^ha* great.y crippled tbe force, and Mar^^shal llaiim prepared to appoint a num^^ber of substitute*. This he began to do^Thursday when he appointed Jamas^Dwycr, an old cjtlcer tinder the former^administration, to a place on tlie night^tquad. Yesterday he received order* from^the police commission to dismis* Bwyer^ami not make any lurtber appointments 10till vacancies, as the force wa* already^too large nml would be gradually de^^creased. From hint* dropped by a taenia^Iter of the conimisaion, the force will^probably be reduced to ikl men. Therei* only one I'aul Davis, and he la^In Initio to stay. He is irrcauvlable and ^^sure winner, for lit catering to tbe public^be leave* no atone untamed in bi* efforts^to please and to give ilia patron* the ties*^possible value. In addition lo a strictly^llrst-clas* bar, winch la supplied with the^be-t wine*, liquors, beer, ale*, etc., and^the fin. st imparted nud domotic cigar*,^be lin* opened the beat nppo.nte.l rale in^the N^ ribwest. The culinary appoint^^ment* are tbo very best that money can^produce. It will lie hi* personal pride to^make tin* cafe the beat III the Northwest; 11place to which the market* of the^world will do homage; a place where you^can get anything you want, and cooked in^it manner that neither Europe nor Amer^^ica can beat; a plac ^ that will be talked^about from Com , Island to Portland, and^Ii. in Sitka to 'Frisco. Give it a trial.^I he Monogram, adjoining Buyer's cor^^ner, formerly the Atlatitic Gardens. N.H.^1'r vale dung room in basement^for lathe*, wilbeub-aiicc from Mam street^ami the rear. ftaVaj Davis, Prcprietor. HORSES,MULKS, CARTS. CTC,^lor bale i'lirap,^1 have for sale a lot of borers, mules,^dump carta and barnuss; also complete^bonrdnig In use outfit, including range,^kitchen uu testis, etc., all of wh.cli ^ ill be^disposed of at u bargain. Applyto J. Ti Carroll. Front street.^Anaconda, or 30 l ust t,ramie street.^Hum. UniteI* the only town between Miune-^apfi s and San Francisco that b, asts of a^fully i quipped wire works. This new on-^u rpnae wa* atarietl by H. J. Bliime of ^8^Wt at l'ark street and is already a suc^^cess. Lost,struyed or stolen. A black horse^about 15 hands high, branded \ ^^n left^shoulder. L le ral reward if reuirned to^Ciouul Hro- . ;t^J North Main street. LASSONTELLS A TALE HoiHe Gained Possession of Andrei^Kelson's Horse, HISRECORD AS A TRADER He Knew Ha Waa Suspected of Stealing-Turnedtha Ani^^mal! Out tn tha^Range. Btin , Oct. 34.^Andrew Lasson,^charged with stealing a horse from An^^drew Nelson, was given a preliminary ex^^amination be'ore Judge Eddy ibis after^^noon. '1 he evidence agninst Lar son is^purely circumstantial and quite strong, it^must be admitted, but he tells sucb an ap-^narvntly straightforward story and bi*^way* arc ao entirely different than those^of a horso thief, that be made a good Im^^pression on tbo curl and efflcer*.^Lasson does not deny having bad^posse-a on of Nelson'* horse, but^disclaims having stolen it. He says^tbat tl.e day ba left Butte for Great Falls^be wa* driving two horse* that be bad^used in working for a man, for whom bo^had been gathering and cleaning bones^from tbe slaughter house about two miles^from ihe city. The first nigbt out be^camped at Blcck's station, an old de^^serted stage ranch on the road to Helena,^and met the three men wbo were en^^camped there forthe nigbt. One of them^proposed lo him to trade borsce, and as^tbe hot so tbe stranger wanted was nn ill-^tampered, poor.y broken annual, ba^struck up a trade an I in turn rt -^eeived the horse Nelson claim*^was stolen from him. The following^morning he resumed his journey antl^bad no idea tbat the new horse be bad^was stolen until be arrived at Great Falls,^where ho was told he wa* suspected of^horse stealing, one of Nelson's friends^paving written to some one there whom^be knew. Ha turned both borses out on^tbe range, since which timo neither of^ib^ in has been seen, although search for^tlieni has been made. A few day* after^^ward ho was arrested and brought back^by the sheriff. WhatI* considered as strong evidence^against him is the fact tbat tbe day be^lift Nelson's horse disappeared from tbe^range below tbe ciiy, ou which it had^bet n browsing, and tlie further fact that^the unruly hcrse he claims to hove traded^to the stronger lor Nelson's horse was^seen near the slaughter bouso no longer^ago than yesterday. He explained this^by saying that the animal being untract-^able ami hard to handle, had probably^escaped from the stranger to whom be^bad traded it and then returned to tbe^place where it bad been accustomed to^range. 1he court withheld decision until next^Monday and remanded Lasson to tbe^custody of tbe sheriff. DISTRICT COURT NOTES. Aticket to butte for every' -^ cut*^spent over lhe bar at Jack Ikenuedy's^waiting room, Walkcrviile, Ca*e*Bafere Judge Mt nation af De^^part meat 1.^lit ttk, Oct. 24.^Judge McH at ton held^a session of court In Department I this^forenoon and disposed of a number of^rases and set others for trial. The most^important one before bim was tbe Davis^will case, which tha judge was asked to^set for trial by Attorny Stapleton on be^^half of the contestant*. Tbe attorney^and tbe public had expected to have an^^other go at tbe halt Creek township will^at this session, but Judge MeHatton dis^^appointed them. In setting a date for^tha trial the judge stated that this term^of court would doubtless be taken up un^^til Dec. It with tbe work now on the cal^^endar, and therefore tbe Davia will caae^could not possibly be reached during this^tarm. During the January term, tbe^judge stated, ba did not espcet lo do^much business, and would devote most of^tha session to a clearing up, ao as to be^ready for the next term, which begins in^Aprd. It will take some tune to secure^a jury and get ready for the great case,^so ba named April 18. 1892, a*^tha date for starting upon tbe nigroeine^contest and great Iowa spelling match.^Mr, Stapleton said they had hoped for an^earlier date, but as the judge stated that^a much earlier day was cut of the que*-^tion, the parties to the contest would nave^to be contented, it has been freely pre^^dicted that a settlement of the noted caao^will be reached out of court before that^date. Inthe case of Duncan McGillia against^the Slionbar Mining company and An^^drew Bodoni, the attorney for the plain-^t.ff had tho caae against ltudoni dismissed^and the foreclosure against tbe mining^company was argued. There were 18 dif^^ferent lelns agaiu*t the company'* prop-^arty, in ono action, to secure the payment^of labor performed by McGillia, and^others for whom McGillis was assignee.^Tbe amounts range from $100 to i^OO, and^Ihe total with interest amounted to f4.-^469 IX Iiiagment was entered agait at^tbe slionbar company for that amount,^besides 8761 as attorney fees and costs of^the foreclosure of tbe 26 lein*. Alargunumber of demurrer* were heard^in unimportant caae*, and others con^^tinued for trial. Anotheraction for foreclosure of a lien^against the Shonbar Mining company^was filed in Depsrtment No. 1 to-day.^Tbe plaintiff in this case is William G.^Jones, and the claim is for material fur^^nished tbe company, amounting to^$28 80, and fcr labor perfotttied to tbe^value of $2att.tU. Anactum was commenced to-day by^Lee W. Foster against Lou P. Smith to^secure judgment on a prmiissoiy note of^$607 oT, willi iuterest at 12 per cent, and^coat* o: suit. l'aperawere filed in a foreclosure of^lien by Henry J. iduinr against tieorge^A. Cobban, I n pro| er'.y in whicn the^plaintiff allege* to have placed a heating^and ventilating plant valued at the de^^fendant'* n quest, aud which bus not^been paid lor. Crime*al a Greal City.^Bl lTF, Oct. 24.^Henry J. Byron, who^ranks preeminently as one of England's^greatest play wrir/lits, ha* m id ^ hi* big^^gest hit in tho ^Crimes of a Great City, or^L verpool by Night,^ whirh has been^played with the greatest success in all the^principal English-speaking cities of lhe^glebe. Mr. Frederick Hock ba* bt en^more identified with tbi* play titan any^other actor helore the public, as he is Un^^original of the grt at character. ^A party^by the name uf Johnson,^ which be ba*^made famous. Theschool ttttttees are figuring with^H. J. Illume of 78 Wcat Park street lo put^wire window guards ou all of the ichool^windows, which will mean a great saving^of glata. Atrip down ^'^^* lordly Co umbia river^from the ^The Dal i s-'to Portland, Oro..^on ib^ I'nion Pac flc ia enchanting, and^will ntrt r he Ic.rgotteii. Ir^. a, ^'. t it ^ Iff, Christian Scientist^receives patients at 431 East Mercitrv^street. Hours 10 lo '.- a. in., 1 u a p.m.^Consultation fiwsv ForKent. ^A f.iriusiied liott^e of I^rnnaas and batb. Al^o stable, ISa.OO Ap^^ply to Kickardt A L.wi*. OCTOBER10th -TO DecemberL WEOFFER $40,000.00 WORTHOF WHGONS,BUGGIES,^HHRNESS ANDFARM IMPLEMENTS AT 75Cents on the Dollar. 4f Now$75 to $ioo^75 to^45 to 20to FiftySpring Wagons,^One hundred Buggies,^Fifty Road Wagons,^Fifty Carts -^One hundred Sets Harness 6 to^200 Robes and Blankets $125 to^Twenty Wheel Plows ^40 to^100 Walking Plows - 6 to 225 6540 4515^60^22 Formerly^100 to $135^100 to^5J6to^30 to^10 to^$2.00 to^^55 to 85^10 to 30 30085^55^60^20 Anda Complete Line at CORRESPONDINGPRICES. REMEMBERTHE DATES. Write,Send Your Son^or come in while this OPPORTUNITYLASTS!