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THEANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1892.
AMAN WHO HAS STUFF Oneof the Boys Sends i Friendly^Letter to Andy Dum. WANTSTO MAKE HIM RICH A Fisher After Suckers Throw*^His Bait in the Wrong Place^A Dealer In ^Green^Goods. Bittk,Jan. 21.^City Marshal Andy^Damn rts-civril u letter tit-day ^ hich hits^completely upset Mk usual ct|tiullilllity ^if^muni, for lie is at a loss to know whether^tin^ writer nf tliu eoinmiiiiicution tlioiiKlit^him to lie u i'olomutl eliuinpor u erook will-^he] I*1 Hull ^ dishonest ilollar whenever^^ifi|MM'tunity pi-esentiil itself. Am tile letter^was (Iin 'H iI plainly to ^A. J. Uuiim, Butte^City, Mont.,^ the sender of it wuh cvi-^ileiitly ignorant of tin- gallant marshal's^ollieial |*i.'itiiill or lie Mould not have sent^it. The letter in nothing more or loss tl-.-iu^a fae simile typc-Kriiten eireiilar rsqueat*^me Andy to dandle ccrtuin gutsls in this^loea'ity. and an offer to supply him^amounts ranging from S6.U0U to WJ.mi on^a liasis of MO lor the lowest amount or^.-.'.'^^i for the largest amount. Indeseriliitnt his gtssls the sender of i he^let (it cmw ^ finite enthusiastic as well as^i'lispient. anil attempts lo HHS1 the mar^^shal's eiipidity liy the following line of ar^^gument : Itv.es never iutcuiletl that nue man shoiiltl^have inlllluim strict another nothing. The seultli^aMffpea things nf tins wurlil are ten unevenly^ilistrihtileil. others haw* grown rich arnitiii'l^vim, hut thev were tint slow to graspii|^|xtrtuiil-^lles, anil unless von have enough money In lit,*^t-t mill irtal ily mi for the rest of your tlsv s. tills Is^lust the business yen want tn take holii of. as^tin* gtssls ran he handled with perfect isfstj^anil uniuense profit to yourself, alii! euahle yen^tn ptefMs a ess)]Mtsejey ferysta* eUasa^aMl^pass , iMir remaining years in earn* ami roml'tnl.^\n wrong m It, I'ncle Sam has millloiis of our^money liM-ked up in the treasury uselessly and^unjustly SS. Illpraising his ^stock of gissls^ the^smooth longI fakir says: Iwarrant each anil every mite tn Is* iierfeel^^s tn |Ki|t^r. coloring vignette, printing, i-iiKlav^lug anil signatures, ami w hen inaile in ams-ar as^having lieen useil or hamlleil iiiurli, I defy the^hesl hank clerk or rvpeft, to tell tlieiu frinii the^genuine. It has cost me a great ileal of time^ami uiiiney tn |s^rfert these giMsIs and I have at^last sin l emleil ^ horn many others failed, in lirn-^tlucing the genuine tlhre |iapcr. My si.u k is^now as neat ami |icrfee,t a* human skill ran^make II, and absolutely no risk In using it.^These gisNln cannot tn* detected In the ordinary^emirse of trade, and only at the treasury In^Washington, through the duplication of the^nMMherS) ami sot then If the genuine hill nf the^same niiuiher is still in eiieiilutinii. so thai Ihey^are really as gisid as gold.'* Afterassuring Andy that lie will Hud^hint a ^sipinrc white man in all Ins deal^^ings,^ the maker of tin* ^gomla^ informs^liitil that lie only iIocm business ''face to^face^ with his customers, and will |^ay no^utti-mien whatever to letters, u* he SS*^fuses 10 receive them and all attempt to^MMt him li^ mail would instantly result^in a disruption of all business relations^Is-tween tlicin. ^The only way ill which^you call coiiimuuicatc with me,'' says the^sli.irp. ^is by telegram; don't foi*get this^11111i. leMMWTi 1 menu exactly what 1^tsuy. in a separate piece of |ta|^er. inclosed^in the Idler is the following address and^copy of the telegram. Andy is reipiested^to scud in case he dis idid to become a^dealer in the ^gondii^:^ii. /^ i''i*. MJ Third Arrmir. aTM Vttrkrftit: Mailme a copy nf harp \n. slj. tom*. I*|mi1i receipt of tills message 1.cw is |i:^inisos to iitiiiuiliately send Andy sim^^ple and plain instructions how to see mid^know him and a place of meeting w ill he^Hp-minted at some hotel in a town within^Ml miles of \ew York, mid if alive l.iwis^promises to surely inert him nl the np-^poiuti d rendezvous. followingthe example of another fa-^tonus letter writer, l^ewis closes with the^IcipicHt to ^please destroy this letlor.M Anotherenclosure ^consisted of a clip^^ping from a now s|ia|MT, containing an ac^^count of the sudden ileathof a fanner who^fell dead ill front of a store and MM^vv boSS MM were founil a number of let-^tees from a gang of counterfeiters in New^York show iug him to be their ugent lor^several years, anil that lie hail a MMrffel of^^lutiJMHo his credit in oneof the bank*.^In the same article is the story of a man^to whom one of Lew is* circulars had been^sent and who turned it over to a Tinted^Slates marshal, who in turn made an ap^^pointment with the dealers of the^^goods^ and raptured a man at^the International hold. New York^wiili Slim.kii in greenbacks in a valise.^The counterfeiter. the article goes on. de^^manded that experts be scut for from^Washington to examine the sup-Misi-d^counterfeit money, and that, w hen the ex-^liertu arrived, they refused to swear that^the money was counterfeit. Haying that^sonic time before a number of plates used^in priming money had been stolen by^workmen in the printing bureau, and if^the notes found on the prisoner wen'^counterfeit at all, they were printed from^the stolen plates, and were aa good as^genuine. The only difference, if^any. the NMJ are alleged to have^testified, between the money the prisoner^had and that issued by the government^was that the former dill not have MM as^much silk interwoven in the fibre of the^^MM Upon this testimony, the presid^^ing judge is alleged to have ordered the^prisoner discharged and he w alked away^\v ith the S1UU.O00 still snugly stowed away^ill his valise. ^1 wonder.^ said Andy, al^^ter he had read the letter and clippings^^if Hint follow thinks 1 am wiilkingnmuiid^v ith hay seed ill my hairaud gentle zephyrs^toying with a set of Fanners' alliance^\v iiiskers, or v. hether I am a crook w ho is^on the walch for snaps. At all events In^is a dandy and I admire his nerve even if^Is* has made a mistake, ftut I'll I mm that^hi* catches plenty of suckers every* day^mid is making more MV than a rail^^road.*' TltlAI.KOl' A TIIKIT It It Ok I. It. lieLoses Twrntv-l-'lie Hollars II' ^ a use a^*iVolintli I ^i ii^t In Lie. Hi*I ^I k. Jan. 21. Carl Sharf applied to^Judge Muldisui this arteriiiHiu for a war^^rant for the arrest of David (lohllsrg. the^tirkot broker, whom he ureiisrd of wrong^^fully detaining some baggage checks issued^to his v ifc at St. I'aul. Sharf sail I that re^^cently he had bought a ticket from (iold-^Is rg good for passage from Ifc'troit to San^l'r.incisi'o. w hich he had sent to his w ile,^w ho was in Canada, and wanted to come^I -ie. the broker promising to |iay Ilinl a^filiate for the unused portion of the ticket^ti|sin presentation at his office. Sonic^tumble had arisen at St. I'aul. Sharf sTul.^and his w ife's ticket has beetl taken up by^mi agent at St. I'aul. and now tmhllicrg^held lhe checks as security for the iinusisl^pan ol the tickei. Judge Miildoon n-^terred Sharf to the assistant l ounty attor^^ney, w ho advised Sharf to iusliliile civil iuiMcediiigs for the recovery i f the cheeks.^Wore taking farther steps Sharf culled^^ hi l.oldls'rg again and was given the^^lira ssi's. (iiildlM-rg'satatetnent. ns made lo a^Stvniiakii reiHirtcr. givi's a il'ITen-nt ver^^sion of the aifair and makes the ticket^Imiker out a loser lo the extent of IK. ^ iii^Jan. 1. tioldln-rg s.^id. Sharl called at his^oAec and askeit him if Ii* could sell him a^i heap ticket from IK Iroit to Butte, say^^ing he was (oin to send for Ins^wife. Coldlierg said that he told^Sharf lie could save him MMlleM tftsl^regular lure, and Sharf aceepiisl tin prop-^wait ion and signed a contract arriving lo deliverto (ioldberg Ihe timisml |m^rtiim of^a second class ticket from Detroit to Sail^I'nineiseo, the unused eouiaiiis lo he good^for fail' between Butleand Sail Franeiseo.^Sharf not Imv ing money cnniigh to pay the^full price of the ticket, he paid the amount^of the fare between Detroit and Butte and^^greed that (ioldla-rg should hold the^checks for his wife's baggage as security^for the delivery of the unused part of Ihe^ticket, (ioldberg then wrote to an associa^^tion broker at Detroit to buy a sccond-olass^ticket from that point to San Pranciseo^and deliver it to Mrs. sharf and send him^her baggage checks. The Detroit broker^did so, and after ail endless amount of^tumble caused by Mrs. Sharf s inability to^speak Kuglish, finally got the woman on^hoard of the ears and started her for the^West, instructing her to inform ever^'l*^l^'^that she was going lo California. When^the woman arrived at St. Paul she forgot^her instructions and lold the exchange^agent that she was going to Unite, where-^upon the agent took up her ticket, and in^its plai*e gave her another one, gissl for^passage only lietw ecn Butte and St. Haul.^The .ticket broker had her luggage^checked to Butte, and forwarded the^i'Iiii ks to ('oldlicrg. to l^e helil as rs*M^^rity for the amount of the unused couimui.^When Mrs. Sharf arrived hen-, her nils-^band deinuiiili-il the cheeks, but (tolllls-rg^ii'fused togive them up unless he was^paid ^*.'.*^. ihe amount of the Hutu-San^Vraueisfofoiipoii, but Sharf declined to^|Miy and tlm'alciied to sue. Itathcr than^lo have trouble (loldlM'rg said he linully^IHinsMstsyM the checks and also gave^Sharf ii bill of lading for 4tli iMiuuds of^freight w hich Mrs. Sharf had. mill on^which the ticket broker had guaranteed^the charges. The freight consists of a I^large Inix. which the woman attempted to I^carry as Ituggngc. but w hich the railmuds^i*efusisl to receive. Coldhcrg says that he^is out $^_'^^^ and will also have to |uiy the^freight on the box, if Sharf declines to^tlo so. At t N 1)1 II %TK ftllt THE I'KN. Kvan Tli.onas llcfore the ( ourt Charged^Willi llnrglary. Hrl i t:. Jan. -I. During Ihe past several^moulds I.van Thomas has iiuidc his^home in the county and city jails ami was^i^ leased from Ihe former only a , few days^ago. Now he is back again, w ith a Lor^prospect ahead of going to Deer Lodge, on^a charge of burglary prcfcniil by the Moli^^lalia Central railway MMM^ Late last^night one of the conipaliy s freight trains^arrived from the east and was lucked up^near the freight MMt^ sMMM 4::*laud^6 o'clock ibis morning the coiu|siuy'syaixl^watchmuii. II. K. Kehfeld, saw a couple^of mini rolling MM goods out of^one of the cars of tho train, lie was only^a few feet distant, uud as soon as the cur^nibla'rs saw they M |Mi'Iiii Ihey^MJIted lo run. Kehfeld gave pursuit and themen scattered. IIntiiiuod after theone nearer to him and finally rail him^down in the old placer diggings, into one^of the holes of w hich the mail he was pur^^suing fell. The watchman ordered the^fellow to thixiw up his hands, a demand^that the man first i-chiseil to oIh'.v. and^only gave in when he saw a large re^^veller ill dangerous proximity to his^face, lh'bfelil seurcheil his man to^sec if he was uriucd, and ihen^marched him to the jail. IM he^was identified as all old HM r. and the^watchman was told thai he was Thomas.^This afti'i-ntMUi Thomas was examined be-^fore Judge Muldism and swore that lie was^alsmt -im yanls away when tlw car was^ixiblsil. ami had seen a couple of men^break open the ilisirs and mil out goods,^lie denied having been implicated in the^roblsTy . and explailuil his presence in the^railroad yanls by saying that he was there^for the purjKise of stealing a ride on the^first train that vvavuld leave the city. Kehfeld'stestimony was din-ci and to^the point. He saiil that he came u|miii two^men robbing a ear anil that Thomas was^one of them. Of this be was positive, as^be had never taken his eyes oft ihe pris^^oner fnuii the time he first saw him until^he caught him. The watchman further^testified that when he iuicrruptiil the^burglary' the men had unloaded two cases^of MMi live butts of tobacco and a roll of^^ ar*s't. w hich he found lying on the out^^side of the ear. Thecourt held Thomas in the sum of^$5(111 for his nppearatn*c to the district^court, and in default he was remanded. LITTLETOOT HoiHe Yieis the Sights or Butte by^the Electric Light. HEREMEMBERED SOMETHING DrinksWith a Miner and Indulges^In a Pleasing Conversation^He Was Lied About In^Tacoma. ANAKTIKTH Willi'. rhslogrsphersOuarrcl anil are Msrelieil^Helen- the Court.^Bi'TTt:. Jan. -'L- This uioruing two pho^^tographers, \V. H. Palmer and I). L. Fane,^vv ho rccenllywere partners in business,^got into an nllercalinll over a display^Isiaixl containing samples of photographs.^Hoth men claimed the laianl and Fane,^hav ing |a^sscssioii of it.iiiiH'luileil to profit^by the pmvorbial nine points of law and^MMJMl I^ surrender Ihe pro-sTiy and^started off. Palmer gave chase anil a^light ensued, which was witnessed by^^Iflieer Diiheiuc. wlioarrested both of the^hclligcn-iits for disturlsince. I'abncr^ph ailed guilty and gludly paid a Hue for^the satisfaction he had had. Fane^thought hi'was not guilty anil entered a Ideain accordance with that idea. Bcfoi-o^le could leave Ihe court nmm he was ar^^rested on a charge of petit larceny, pre-^fernil by Calmer, and entered a second^plea of not guilty. He gav e BMM fur his^up|s'aranee in Isith cases. I'utI p the Hl-hiil. BrTTK.Jan. '21. A few weeks ago an^onliuance w as passed by Ihe city council^regulating employment agencies and n -^^ piiring thent to put up a bond of MJM^each to guarantee that thi-y will ilo as^representiHl and not scud working |icople^oil on bail's errands after taking their^money . The bonds were for the purpose^of insuring against any chicanery of this^sort. The morning after the onliuance^was pasmil Mr, Hi-eiinan, an^employ incut agent, pixunptlv put^up the bond, hut no one else^has walked up to tin* city clerk's ofliee.^To-day Detective IvIhkIcs arrcstiil Mrs.^McKention, Mrs. Hughes. Mrs. Clark and^Mrs. Majors on a charge of conduct tug^employment agencies without putting up^ihe nspiireil bond. Mrs. Hughes this^afternoon put up the bond n-i|iiired. Mrs.^Slclxriuion and Mrs. Major- agnssl to put^up the ri'ipiiti-d IhiiiiI within ^4 hours.^Nlrs. Clark showed that she had not been^MJN in the business since Dih-. 1, and^Was 111! Il'foll' exellsed. Nailerol Kissoloi hoi.^Notice i-t hi'reby given thai ihe partner^ship lately existing lietwecn us. the nil^^ lersignetl. Doiuii Doiais, Alphonse M^Diissault and Arthur May. carry ing op^business as grocers and gents' furnishers^at Huttc I ity. Mont., under the firm name^and style of Doiais. Dussauli A May, is^this day dissolved by mutual consent, and^that the business in tunic will Is- carried^on by said lton.it llomis ahme. who will payuud discharge all debts .ml liabilities^and ixstspive all money - isiyablc to the late^firm of iKiruis, Diissault A May . Datiil^this :ilst day of Dis-i hiIst. \. D. '-*'l. D. Dorais.A. M. Dussaul'. Arthur Muy. wssrtsa. Twocarriers for gi^^l pal 1 I route on^STAWDARI). Apply to Untie ..flee, Jl f*^,^HrtNiilway. Is fotc 10 o'clock '^ ITS, Flail Tuning.^Leave enters for \V. A. Much st F-. H.^Sherman's, or with Van Urnm 4 Kein-^hart. Wehave on our floor the III^-' cOMJMa^stock of beating stoves ill M' * ^a. ii..J.^niume, 7s West Park. Bi*ttk.Jan. ^Jl. About a week ago di^- 1^patches from Tacoma made Ilic sturtliug^slatcmciit that John L. Sullivan, after^getting U'astly drunk, sigiuil the lcm|wr-^anee pledge and joined Murphy's blue rile '^boil In igade. To make the startling story 1^complete the dis|Mitches addisl that he not^only sigmsl the pledge but also delivered a^tciii|a'runcc lecture to a large audience in .^a dive. |f the statements art' true Mr. ]^Snllivan kept his plislge just about two I^ilay s. for during his stay in Butte the dis^^tillers w hich supply the tow ii with red-^eyed liquor were tsxisl to near iheir ca- .^paeity to meet Ihe dciiiaiid. l-isinight after ihe smicssful i ngagi'-^uieiit at Maguin-'s, Ihe gix'alcst show on^earth was so elated that be decided lo cel^^ebrate and drcailei 1 to tvthv, but piis-eiiliil^in ii mild way to make a night of it. In |^this be was as siieccssful as in his theatri- i^cal eiigageinent. lie t^s^k in the town with^^ lew congenial spirits, and the rounds^were alsmt completed at o'clock this^morning. At thai lime his Boston nibs^drop|s il into a restaurant on Broadway^and onlenil a lunch. Tln^re sas but one^waiter in attendance and the ^big^Imc.^ amused himself and his^di//'. companions by swearing at^him and fondly addressing him as a ^I^a^ The waiter was flatteiisl v. itll the al-^tcutioii paid him hv so clever a genilcmau^us the celebrated MMMI actor, and^took it ill gissl pail. It was about 4^o'clock w hell the genial John shambled un^along side of the McDcrmotl hotel bar^and started to drink the place dry . The^Isir tender is authority for the statement^thai Sullivan punished more liipior Is-^twei'ii4and I o'clock than any two men^he had ever sis-n. The great actor^MM very haul to pick a i|ilarre| with^some one, but he was uiisii^si^sHful^although one mall who was in the luir^MMI at the time said he gave Mr. Sulli^^van all the ixi|ie he wanted and was pre-^pared to giv e him better than he sent if he^got loo Isiistcixms. Sullivan askiil the^man up to have a drink and hi* tisik one,^but ii'lused a second iuv itatiun. The Ikss-^tou bully then bnmght bis mouth into^play and applied some forcible epithets to^the man w ho relusixl lo drink, but was^somewhat surprised when they MM^hurled back al him. Sullivan cooled off^immediately anil changed bis drinks f rom^w hiskey to ginger ale. He proluihly rc-^iiicmls'reil his experience in Butte^seven years ago, when be tried^to force a mail lo drink with^him. but his uhiuisc was brought loan^abrupt end w hen he saw a big 14 held up^to his face. It was during his same v isit^to Butte that tho re|x^rt was scut over^the country that he had been shot by a^Montana miner who bad not MM used to^Mr. Sullivan's playful ways. The story^aiiise from a little incident on a tram^coming into Butte. A miner is-cup ^ d a^scat in limit of the gentleman who had at^that time not yet HsjtmMMI iutoa|Mil-^ishisl actor and desiring in Is pleasant the^nn mi pr^ slueed u Is it tie: ^Sulliv all w ill y on^have a drink V^ ^Nab, 1 don't want a^drink.^ grow led the slugger. The miner^drank by himself and concluded that he^hail insultisl the actor in embryo by not^attaching n handle to Ins name w hen he^addressed him. and made up his mind to^make amends at Ihe earliest op|Mirtuuiiy .^The iniii' i did not believe in long dry^-pells, and very statu he again bituight^forth the bottle, and turning around in the^man in the next scat he said: ^Mr. Sul^^livan, will you hav c a drink V^ ^Nah. you^bloody of a I don't, an' if ye talks^lo tne agin ITItrow ye out ov dc window.^^The rejoindci nleil the miner, ami he did^not heed Mi*. Sullivan*s warning, but con^^tinued to talk m him. and lalketl to him^all the way to Butle, ami followctl him up^tow n, talking to him at cv cry slep. and^the big bruiser had nothing to say back,^for the niiiicr bad a vicious-listking gun in^his hand and a business look in his eye.^lie diiln't sbtHit. but he vvaiitiil an op|str-^tuiiity.and Mr. Sullivan knew it. and re^^mained discretly silent. The gentleman^and actor proliahly reuieinbereil those lit^tie incidents when hi'was iucliiii'il to be^hilarious this morning. $10Lots. Worth $100.^15 Days More. 18 4m^S!8 61 Imils^toll. Kills. I;7 flit IS! I lit*.. 16 M)M***^^ to^lie sold n^litis. B $10Lots, Worth $100.^15 Days More. O COUPON:I wish to cast this vote for Miss ashand-somcst school girl in^Butte. Signed, I.t'llv Hall and ^The iweinan^ hutel. nsvt stTn.oe .1. W. * L. 11. bn. s t.ranlte Adilltlnn |.* In fr ait lest. a.Iiriiiu Luiuni^ii x.l.iit un-t- t^ *^^ ft on' f'sif. 4.nMjM urn kaMtsa. ;':*i enlral Addlllon. Lots fe. 7sv milt ate lii'i'Uii.ls. la'-fin. s.\. I'. Ad htinn.^ tn f. (tent hat. Plait^ I la 'At. IMyounu ui'lv MMl Hi* highest numher of^rates, a. *l^ivr. hv Map h tsi sill Is- given one l orosr^let 111 Ittpritratfi V'Mil.eii Bo email. Voles to he e^(t^at our olttee. MsO.sesill g,\^^ eernei' lot for the liest Saasf ^ii ^Whv thouM li-i/eina i l'^ the 1 apttsl nf Montana^''^Papers to !^^ ill h) Marell 1st. BOZ EMA N M FewPurchasers. .1I . Ililev. I *t... 1 lliitte HrfeneH. 1'.K. I'axsnn.Walkervtile ss lnsil.. I \. StU'l'e. Pres. Slab' feaeliel'v' .xssm'iatton. .1II. Kiisarll. Kx supt. Iltilterltv sm-IissIs. Iautile It. .Mm t'liy^.1. I . Ouirk 1nsl W. Rakea II.K. Ill el, II.I.. M' \Vhllt'^l llenrvHathaway^Jnaa T. Meek^to. .1. Hrawilv AniiuiieOTkaesek. AinllewM. l ean A..1. M' IS ltilntt .1.K. lluusbsre^K. II. Rlieise^Itcnjaiuiii Mnri'l.^'I'lmiitas \V. 1 Hv lie^Pal Weleh^JeM Hi'stkit^tM Mssssf A FewPurchasers. N Kmni.iParti'.dga^Ida Kananas^Magy .^^ lagssea^John Netseti^1 has. \ W Us,.11^.1 II Jarksaa H.41. smith^S'aar) .1. Htawe* ih.tiles Itslisner iat he line N. i rentt'lay^Ktenara ISinstsa I.1/ 'te \. Lnvilt'V J.W. Morris .ham.1 Ha : than tsrrle I.. I r.tinlemers A.It. ke. ord .1.Peter vAlHIllllH-h Jitsenhlashis'h IUutMto k's-ll .1.I'. JaratM^Man N- HWette^Kranees Itoss^\t lillani L'ldv^Plnllii' I it^- W..I.Me \Ulster^Alltl ll'.l others. (all or write at once and get choice of ground.^We will raise these lots to $ I 2.50 on February 1 st.^CASH AND SO ON JUNE 1. RecordedWarranty Deed Free with every lot sold. BozemanSyndicate, 27E. BROADWAY, BUTTE, MONT.^STRICKFADDEN ^ FITZPATRICK. Anaconda, Jan. 16, 1 7 and 18. ThereM ill lie War. Ill111. Jan. .'1. TlioliulteMeilie.il so^^ciety tulkctl seriously at its last iuremic^of itiuuirurutiuK an orgnnizcil iiyl.t against^the physicians in Unite who pursue^incthial* which savor oT ipiaclicry . The^plan of action prtt|Htsisl is to hire ample^space in one tif the tlajly iu^|M'rs ami use it^in Hilveiiisint! the ulleueil ^tricks that arc^ilark^ pursiicil hv the black shis*p of the^tneilieal profession. TwoHalls To-iiialil. Br1 n, Jan. *.T. -There w ill lie tw o halls^in Huttc to-morrow- niuht ami Istth an^likely to lw v cry-etijtty aide ami laivi'ly at-^temleil. The f, 11. S. of A. w ill ^ju c a IhiII^at Kciishuu hall ami the Volunteer line^^men of the city will ilaiice wilh Ihi'ir^friends at Miner's I'll ion hull. Weare heailipiarters for weatherstrips.^7S West Park. IL L Illume. NotIt r. Membersof the Unite Smelter nml^M ill Men's union lulmnuiiii* ^ 'hiuese w ill^lie llneil live dollars He) for each offense. JohnI. Mi Nit.tv. ItfCortlilie;Sti-relarv. Millswill I'e received until Moiultv.^March 7. It*'*.', for the sale ol the pn^|s iiv^known as the t'eutr.il scIhhiI pro|s'i-i.v.^Terms, niie-ihiril i-ash. the balance in^three und six months. I 'Lit ran Is sera^al Ihe ofliee of Messrs. W ilson A Gillie.^The rich! is reserved to reject any or all^bids. Hv order of ihe borMtTol InMaeaol^seli.h.I thstrict No. 1. K. M. Tiask. cliau-^M : S. H. Itice. ch rk. Huttc. Jan. 7. IM. TheK. of 1.. of Meaderville have en-^ilors'il the boycott again-t ihe I hinesc liv^the Trades and Uilstr Assembly, and hen-^after any MMI putroni/iiu; ^ Mmi 'li-^iwtly or indirectly, will he lined the MM if*a. Dannttimt. RccoiitmuSii ii'tary. PupiUnalitetl in stenography, tvis*1-^writinc. spelling, mini luatiou. Atldi'^Hox 1. Hint^ ofliee MMaaWas Prof.I. Jeffrey^, ehiniisslist ami mani-^tii^. Room 6, over red tssit siioo store.^.^ Main MMt, Hunt'. Theverdict of the iieople is that tin-^Si v.Mivui) is Molilalia - Is'st new s|tap^t^'J'ry it for a MMMs CASE OF THE ANARCHISTS.^UMM Me fore Ihe liilteil Ntste. Ku- |lleltie I lllirl. WasHIm. iiin. Jim .1. I he case of^Samuel Kicldcn on Michael Schwab, the^( Im ago atiuruehiats conv icietl of emu-^plieity in the famous Ilay market riots ami^now itiiilltiod in the Juliet |s ntltutiarv^under life seiileiiee, caine up in the l iiilcd^Slates supreme eourl tiwlay for argument.^Attorney Solomon, for the prisoners, main^^tained ihul the men not Is ing present^when lite state supreme court pronounced Ihesclitenif death, it was a tlcprival lo llieinofIhe due prta-ess of law ami con-^traiy to the pixtv isiotis of the constitution^il the I'nitiil Stales. He argmil HMW^was a v iolatioii of the constitutional right-,^of tin' prisoners in not having them in court al lite tinf sentence andlikewise in refusing to show the Lit ts. J^The chief ju-liee sii^i't slcd thai ihe stale i^supreme court uicrcly llxcil the time of I^execution. Solomon asserted that tin^. ..lift dill more by rectiing thai tin* *MMM were pi'csetlt. He I hell aflirilllll thcl-e wusiio authority by which the govcriior^colllll llirts-t lIli'i llfMirt'llll'llt of his com.^iiiiitalion of sentence. Atloincytieucr.il Hum of Illinois f,.|. |^lovvisl Solomon in behalf of ihe state. Ma^maintained that the 1'nitcd stales m*^preiiic court has po jiu isihcl ion to pass^upon the action of the supreme court of^Illinois. The only alleged error on pan^of that court was its refusal in amend it.^IMMa and slum that Kielili'li and Schwab^were not Isslily present when judg^^ment was rendered. This conn^has jurisdicI ion to n-v oki' the slate court's^tinal ii'|strt only when a fisjetal ajnaatlM^isiiivolvtsl. Mo fislt-t-al i|iiestiou is in^^volved here. Moreover, tin* Illinois su^^preme court's judgment on the million^was not a condemnation of the parties.^Inn simply a refusal to interfere wiihii-^own mmil. h was not until the next^term of court that the im-u tiled an ttbjt-c.^lion, and hi' asked when the litieatjon^w t*MM end if Ihe t ^tinsel eMU Ml in ill^any time ami allege crnu-s in the rccoid'.'^Tliere is in the case a suggestion that tin^two men are subjects of (treat Britain. Vtlorney(.cucral limit said he was unaMs^t^i liml auythiiiic in Inetreatiaa oywhnfi^the ease i ttiild Is- uffeiteil: a* forcieii'-t- IimsI on no Is-tlei round than an Aiucri-^t all. (reneralItuih r said that when the rigine^^uaraiilisil by th'-ifaiv to foreigne'- ,t.-^Itroughl into MMliM. In* is eiitith tl in ad*^jiidicali'in through the courts of the^1 ~iiit.il Stales, und therefore fethi,,! af^^tion w ill com'' up in the records. Hunt^sail I tin* clutm that Schaah'a impiis'^n-^mi'ilt under coiumuuiiioii hv the gov eruor^^as illegal and no less amusing. I.eiieriil^Itutler xx ill tnaUethe closing argument tie^nit irrow. Kxaliitneour new hue of steel ranges.^IL J. Illume. 7* West Park. Headquarters for Commercial Men. VERYLARGE SAMPLE ROOMS. RATES,$2 to $3.50 PER DAY.^CCNIRAUV LOCAftD nwMMMj -bv- JAM1SI. HAMIL1US, Prop. lisK.llillU is ll^s i D'ler tie pel .nasi m.m- sgeiiieiilor the fiuiiui.s I'rriit h Chef, MiiNS.\. I.AJul VL of New OrleiUMs^ Nox11. \\ 15 ind 17 tiist Rrnuiv-iy, Butte, Montani AMERICAN PLAN. THE DoctorBoyd, Oculist.Aurist ind Specialist. Familysteel ranges, hotel steel range-,^ut II. J. Hlume's. 7* West Park. Ifyou want vour demijohn tilled goto^Met iirmiek 6c Hughes*. Ifvouvvaiitafirst class cigar, ask lef^the Irwin. Smokethe liwiu haii'l-iuadc cigar. |sthe Must Beautiful ami IVi-^fed Fittitg AitiIicial^Teetl Made W.:i net htrsk or ilrnp iluwii In t|ie mouth. T'ii Eilrarted Absolutely Without Pain, MidwttlMMilmm ^^r l^rithrttri If mmi will^i.ikf Hit- IrouMx iini'tttiu-it'- thU Mfinffl )ou^wnt wot ii^M aflftki '*^ ^mw iMtta r*tr* t^tt, Oiljrnl LD\**-*tiu.it^* Mini i** ^ t^u\lm ^^tL W.H.WIX,D.D.S.. DENTIST, St*CA-S'.tr.OrtN IVCNlNOS U2 Diseaseaof the Eve, Ear and Uri^^nary Organ*.^specialties %rwatueum aMtMl ^i* errors^f rsfnMM. nn matter has enmiilieatea^MfMtM. Kyop i, Hypcrapii, Pr^^by^^i*, aat^Avt gnat.irs. All OpurjtiMi ^n t^i- Kve ia^ Kai fkiiifuity.in.i irleatlasaB] sscfsnaaa, as (at St-tibifsui.KM Kyei CaUnct, Artificial tuft,^^ 11 Ml tM^ I ^'' irirtlirtof th^ Urtthri pesltivelv rurisl bJT ItOf.^I . V. nils MMMa of New \.trk. Isill guaraiilts' satisfaelorv results In all rate*^I mav a. ^-ei-t ftir In miteiil, for I never take a^^^ tin. al slileh I lliink 1 eann ^t tKiieflt. irnl^.an Is- 'I a' iuv en lets from in to I- a. m., .I^ |^. in., tunl 7 to .' p. in . each Jay. J.BOYD. M. D. C. M..^MMf MmA IbOvMJ MMMi tist. Park^est, iuste, Meat am ^ a. t dm. UIMM * ^ ^^.. the I, \ ol.ie.t unit iii. -t i^/VII I \ S|. elalist, un I'e i I *^' ensst. M(ieanr slrn ri'HOelsctl,eon I III lie to ^|MS'^lllv allil |'t-l in. areall i'lirui,,,'. s|teetjali tuiv ite arel ^*t*lin.^^ ise^kes iio in.ii[ei how ettapUratea' in il^fatwt ^us' iaa Ulna Itliaain I ni i nl v u^t^ami Msuhosi. Prustatorrftea. strfeture, ei^sen.| f(.r i en i leaMal Kts.k rtptslaUi^-ii'tiisaiuts . lunoc -*-t nareaof a'^^ id teasel^,iad aaaaalleatloas^iir. iteiii^ - \% oiitirrfui Qersaaa In via*- ^tMlitr. s sure -|^e,tti, lor stttt*^ nini-^I'lalnls. isll ur Hthlir*, a L. Uruatlws*r, lluitt-.^MaaMaaa t\iiolrxal^ and ltet.ul l*s^alsr^ la BEEF.MUTTON PORK. GAME, ETC. I.k IM H.C. C^r^f^. C.H. Hind. manunjH works, utte.MO*t., Siiiiiplesoil BM Silver. Qstsl rej^per sad^I e.tit llres. r. ^ i, Unx Re. IUTk*e. heott^bullillng,''^' ner I tali rsad ilranlte stresu^siivi s( works. South Butts. J.K. EVELETH. ManaRer. MainSt 1 AiivHonlL Youcan have ihe Si-vhiiakii ut your^thstr e.,i l- ever) ii^^umg. It is the |^'|tu-^lai f., .a Um IMSSJMa MX MM in our MMa 1 MRS.M. D. BRAY Hi-^ 'rev i frera^the MM lilts k la II 0 South Montana Streat. Wlietfsh,' h.'ls far rt'lll ILKAN.MM. NKWltl PVMOMmI^liOOMs^^MMi i .,. t wet a.u Itoai.