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THEANACONDA STANDARD, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1893.
7 LATEWIGWAM ECHOES [ContinvtAfrom Firttpag*.] ClevelandIs not so much an opposition to^the ex-president u it is to the independent^vote that follows him. Ha thinks Brave^injustice Is don* in iUentif ylnsr Cleveland^with tho mugwump methods, as though he^was not a good hearty man. HintHill Letter.^A rumor was currant early this evening^that Senator HiU bad arrived in the city^on an early train, which was due at 8:50,^but several hours late. His friend*,^however, scout the Idea and say lie^is not coming. Hill's silver bombshell, if^that was what his Topeka letter was in^^tended to bo, did not exactly startle any^clcment of democracy in Chicago. The^opinion was general that the publication^of the letter at this time Just before the as^^sembling of the convent ion, if not directly^prompted by the senator was at best with^his full know ledge and consent. Tlieru^was unanimity as to ono phase of tho^^natter, that the object was to help Hill with^the w estern and southern votes. Cleve^^land's friends were inclined to treat the let^^ter scornfully. Lieutenant Governor Shoe-^han at Tammany headquarter* ,viMj ,.x.^tremely cautious in discussing the letter.^Sheehnu declined even so far to com^^mit himself as to express an opinion^whether or not it would gain Hill any^votes in tho convention. At silver head^^quarter* tli-- reading of tho letter^caused elation. National ('omiiiiltncman^Thomas of Denver said it goes further^than anything ^et said by any presiden^^tial aspirant, and makes it moro certain^than ever that Colorado's votes at least^will not go to Cleveland. HILL'SFAITH. ALetter Id Which He Tells of the Glory^of Free Coinage.^Topf.ka. Kan., Juno 18.^Charles K.^Hollulay. Jr., proprietor of the Krt^^a*^ltrmocral, made public a letter from 1). I).^Hill, written December last while ho was^governor ^^f New York r.tate. Hill, among^other things, says: ^My faith is unshak^^able in the sound, common sense of^cur fellow countrymen. They well know^that the democratic party at the pres^^ent time is the solo effcient instrument^for tax and monetary reform. They will^not commit their interests to the republi^^can party which has Just made both re^^forms our supreme necessity. The dem^^ocratic party might as well commit suicide^as to shirk either duty, not that it will^hetrny the people's tiust l:y allowing ex^^ecutive power to any vvlnisp views is^tmiliar to the views of President llarri-^foti, and who is pledged like him to^block every approach to free bi^^metallic coinage. It is a scandalous^use of his executive inn er to employ his^veto In preventing remedial legislation^from being carefully planned and passed^w hen so great a majority of the people's^representatives have been elected ex^^pressly for that vory work^to repeal the^Sherman silver law and promote a return^to free bi-metallic coinage. I am indig^^nant at the rapacity of the gold mouomet-^alhsls so reckless both of silence and^public opinion. Free bi-mctallic coinage^is the demand of the vast majority of the^American people. No wonder; it gave us^a parity of the silver dollar and the gold^dollar for 80 years. Free bi-metallic coin^^age is the last word of monetary science.^To restore it safely, wisely and Anally is^the mission of the democratic party.'' DEATH OF BILLY FBITX. GIVENTO THE BOZEMANS. SoGwt or Leagn* Hull In the Uallatln^City Yesterday. SpecialDispatch to the Standard. Io/.f man. Juno 18.^There was no game^of ball played here to-day, owing^to tho failure of the Missoula^club to show up. Cmpire Mullen^awarded the game to tho Uozeman team,^nine to nothing. A telegram received here^to-night from tho Missoula manager says^they are on the way and expect to get^here in time for to-morrow's game. Illbllainsnla. Bibliomaniacsare usually men. Wo^^men have a rage for collecting old china,^old lace, fans, miniatures, and tlie rest,^but not often rare and curious book*.^There is, however, one woman in New^York who Journeyed to Boston not long^ago after a ^llrst edition^ that w as to he^Mild there. She did not get it. It was a^little I took of not more than M paces, a^litst edition of Edgar A. Poc's writiugs, of^which only two are known to Ik* in exist^^ence. The volume sold for fl.ti.Mi, which^was a little abova her figure. ^I wanted^it badly.^ she confessed, ^but I had to^limit my bidding, and it was below this^sum. Thesame woman has a fortune tit^d up^in rare old books. ^Why not ^^' she says.^^They constantly Increase in value, ami^if you know what to buy they are as safe^ns peachhlow vases. You cun insure them^against lire, and it would tako a very cul^^tivated thief to know what volumes to^carry away. 1 find a wonderful fascina^^tion in the pursuit of a treasure this Pov^edition, for instance. Tho printer who^got it out lias been traced.his descendants^visited, and his record searched. It is^positive that ouly two copies of the orig^^inal edition are left. No, old books an*^not forged,^ she lluished in answer to a^quest ion. ^It has lieen tried, but the de^^ception is sure to Ik; discovered. The old^pnpei and old tygie cannot be made new.^^^.Vric I'urk Timet. sixtyFamilies Homeless. AtTONVii.i.r..Quebec, Juno 18.^The de^^struction of the recent storm here was^very great. Sixty families are homeless^and ISO buildings destroyed. Three chil^^dren were killed and eight persons danger^^ously hurt. One ran drive miles without^seeing a house unharmed. The condition^of the homeless people is really pitiable.^The loss to the crops is very heavy. TheC'otirsrt Hall yuritmn. BtTTK.June 18.^Tho concert hall ques^^tion was to have come up before a meet^^ing of the Benevolence association last^night but no action was taken owing to^the small attendance of business men.^The matter will be acted u|^oii by the^ministers at their meeting on Monday. A1*1.Infection.^^Papa, you have deceived me.^ ^Mv^child!^ ^Aunty Is* says you're a wid^^ower.^ ^So ram. my darling. Isn't your^mother dead .'^ ^Yes, hut you always told^me yuii were a Londoner.^ Ijondon Judy. NoKntranre Fee. SpecialIMspntch to the Standard. MWUKtv. June 18.^Tho drilling commit^^tee on the national mining congress have^decided thai there will lie no entrance fee. SomethingNew.^The Anaconda ^ allies. A beautiful sc!^of new unities. Price by mail 8U cents.^The Sherman Music company. Butte.^Mont. ThsProprietor of the Board of Trsds^Usinbllna House Cashes la. BtTTE,June 18.^William, or aa ha waa^better known ^Billy.^ Frits, ij*oprie^or ^r^the Board of Trade saloon and gambling^house, died suddenly at his home. No. 19^East Porphyry street.nt an early hour this^morning from hemorrhage of the lungs-^He was taken sick about 11 o'clock Thurs^^day night. The funeral will take place^from his late residence at 3o'clock to-mor^^row afternoon. Mr.Fritr had resided in Butte for nlxmt^18years, and was one of the best known^men in the camp. He was familiar with^all its early history and was well ac^^quainted with many of the stirring scenes^which were enacted hero in the early days.^He formerly worked for H. ti. Valium^about l'J years ago w hen the litter waa^running a livery s'.able on W.'st Fork^street \i uere the Maule block now stands.^He worked there for two years and was^foreman of the stable for about a year^ulter it was removed to the corner of Park^ami Main. When the stable was sold to^Owsley cVCarr he quit and in lNtC he opened^the Hoard of Trade saloon and g.itn-^blmg house. I'p to that time, it is^said by his friends, he had never^taken a drink ill his life. It is also^said that he never gambled himself^or played a g.mie of cards. The Board of^Trade was a profitable investment, and^he accumulated wealth at a rate which^s'o.m made him independent, Ha was^always vory reticent ulxmt his monetary'^affairs and never told anyone how much^he was worth, but it is thought that ho^left property anil money to Ma value of^nearly S7f^.un). It jN not known that ho^left any will, and the pro|icrty will prob^^ably all PatH to the widow and two chil^^dren who survive him. THKVOOT TIIK CASH. TwoChinese Itotihiil by a Couple of Rail^White Men.^Bl'TTK, June 1*. Ah Winu and Bill Nye,^tw o Chinese gardeners, living a short dis^^tance southwest of the Northern Pacific^roundhouse, had an unusual c\|^cricuro^at an early hour this morning and re^^ceived a fright which will ki-ep them^awake nights for some time to come.^About 1 o'clock, while the celestials were^sleeping the deep sloop of the ( liiueae, ihey^were rudely awakened by their front dtsir^being kicked ill, and by the time they got^their eyes fairly opened they were looking^down into the mutates of a couple of mean^looking gnus. While one of the men kept^guard over the almond eyes the other ono^completely ransacked the building and^sociircsl SolKI in cash, a revolver and 1*2^cigars, so Ah Wingsays. The thieves mado^a thorough examination and a protracted^visit, and did not leave until about II^o'chs'k. Ah Wing says one of the men^w as named Hear and the other one hud a^scar at the right corner of his mouth. mmi* Miami again. TheNorthern rarlflr Making a lllg Effort toCatch I'p.^Bern:. June Is.-The Northern Pacillc^is gradually recovering from the effect* of^the recent disastrous tlissls and getting^itself into sha|m- again. No. 4. east bound,^passed through shortly before 1 o'clock this^morning with three sections and with 21^ears. The train was more than 1J hours lato^and the coaches were crowded to the doors^w ith passengers w ho have been laid out at^dillerent points west of here. No. 1, west^bound, went through at 7:i!0 o'clock this^evening, live hours behind time. It ni.iv^Ik^ a month liefore the Montana Central^gets u train through from Helena to (neat^Fails, as there are bridges and LT1 mile*^of track washed away between these^points. InquiringAbout tier Son.^Bern:. June If. Mrs. Matilda Floyd of^No. |M West Second South street. Salt^Like, has written a letter to the police^asking whether or Ml a man of the name^of Joscpii (;. Wilson was shot in a gam^^bling house hero on or alsillt December LI),^1801. She states a son of hers by thut^name was employ'il on the street railway^in HuttealMiiit that time and she has not^heard from him since last December. She^is very anxious about him and asks for^any information that can lie given coll^^ect uiug him. It is certain that no such^man was Killed here ah nit the limn men^^tioned, hut the |m^licc know nothing con^^cerning Wilson. Musicfor the Fourth.^Bittf.. June 18.- Tho Hutto Musical^club has received and accepted the invi^^tation of the committee on music to pre^^pare und present a programme of patriotic^songs and quartettes at the exercises at^^tendant upon thi' forthcoming Fourth of^July celebration. The club has tele^^graphed for music and exacts to have it^hero in time to distribute to memliers at^the regular ^Pinafore^ rehearsal Tuesday^evening. The executive committee desire^a full attendance on this occasion as a^special evening will then Is^ decided upon^fur the preparation of this music. Wohave an entirely new lino of oil^stoves, all styles and prices. H. J. Bluine^78 West Park. Transitwanted, to buy or rent; stato^terms and kind of instrument. D., box^UT, Butte. GlossySheen Amivigorous growth, so much admired In^hair, can be secured by tho use- el Ayer's^Hair Viper. There I* nothing better than^tlili preparation for keeping tin- scalp clean,^cool, and healthy. It restores to failed and^gray hair the original ruler and beauty, pre^^vents baldness, and Imparts to the hair a^silky texture and a lasting and delicate fra^^grance. The most elegant and economical^dressing la the market, no tuilct is complete^wUImm Ayer's Hair Vigor. Mywile believes that the money speut^for AVer's Hair Vigor was the best luveaW^metit she ever made. It Imparts a soft AndSilky Texture tothe hair, and gives much satisfaction.^ ^^J. A. Mm St. Augustine, Texas. Afterusing a niimlwr of other prepara^^tions without any satisfactory result, I find^that Ayer's Hair Vigor Is causing my lialr to^grow.^ ^ A. J. Osmrnt, xjeucrul Meichaut,^Indian Head, N. W. Ayer'sIl.ilr Vigor Is the only preparation^I rnuld ever find to remove dandruff, cure^ltcldng humor*, and prevent less of hslr. I^confidently recommend It.^ ^J. C. Butler,^fcpeucer. Mast. ResultFrom Using Ayer'sHair Vigor vill frtnnt prema^^ture lost of hair ntid w hen so lest w 111 stim^^ulate a new growth. 1 have used the prepa^^ration for those purposes and know whereof^1 affirm.^^A. Lacumbe, Opclousas. I... Ayer'sHair Vigor ritriiiiDt r Dr.J. C. AVER ^ CO., Lowell, Mats. Boldby Dngglcu sad Perfumers. MEN Liketo See Them. LadiesLike to Wear Them. WeLike to Sell Them. WHATARE THEY EmbroideredFlouncings TheyLook Well, because they are the Finest.^They Wear Well, because they are the Best.^They Sell Weil, because the Price is Low. atj . NOTICETHESE FIGURES: 40Pieces reduced from ..50c to 25c a yard 40Pieces reduced from ...,.65c to 35c a yard 2DPieces reduced from75c to 50c a yard 20Pieces reduced from ....1 00 to 65c a yard 20Pieces reduced from 1 50 to 1 00 a yard 20Pieces reduced from ...2 25 to 1 so a yard 10Pieces reduced from u|J GO to 1 75 a yard 5Pieces reduced from5 00 to 2 50 a yard Severalpieces Fancy Black Embroidered Flouncintjs reduced one-half.^Handsome Patterns it Si, $125, $1.50 and $1.75 a yard. CHIFFONEMBROIDERIES. AllShades, 25 cents a yard. These are very pretty and entirely new.^Embroideries, all widths*, from 5 cents a yard up.^All-over Embroideries at all prices. ili ncj 00KLET. NewIdeas Put in a Bright, Brief Way. Wehave only a few of them but every lady should have one. Itis a bright little book about Good Carpet Sweepers^about Bissell'sCarpet Sweepers Thatevery on-j who lives on carpets outjht to read. Sixteenpages of new id \is put in a new way. FREE TOTHOSE WHO ASK FOR IT. CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS Aitrtrturmmttvruitr nil* hcaii mm ess* par^tmrd rack InsrrNan; metal raw ^m mmtrmtM ftrit/mitt periods. Av aaWMllnaf I* tmraw Ism U ante MISCELLANEOUS. F HKSIIMILK (own, ^7 Dub'.ln i.idcfi. AltAKKCHANCE. ^ Part** wishing to sja^Into business '-an buy out my stoek at^(iraolta an vary reasonable term*. Address ms^at rhllipslmrii fur partlniiarx Win. Welnstein. FJF F FORSALE. ItHAI.K Second hand refrigerator. Ap^^ply to 11. .1. rinrlei. -m..ITII I iuu^. RHAl.i: A ^^ ^n e -t^^ n 'ry storo-^ooaT^^ration. In iutis MMttaM ^Itlc^, Bu:t^. RMAI.K larKr hotel. rurnl^lisd. at Rum-^sry. Mont., terms, spat ea^h. Mike Holirnr. FnR MAI.K lluliilln.' former,) known as tha^(lid Southern hotel (or sale. Imintrrof Daa^Tewey, Untie JWKMAI.K OTi( Vor ^ in ^m of th^ liest^town* In Vmi'a: a. ilel-inovrr tl.M'.'t P^f^m. nth nrol e Ail Ires., I)r it^ eare of^Mutuant. Folt SAl.K Kiirnl'ur^ anil lew of 4^-ro^m^hotel, in gaai loea.lty. wttu mo'lrrn e^|Uip-^nt^ht^. Low price ninl ^a-^ temn to rlirfit^paity. Coou reason for sel.lni!. Box o.. Farte. ANCHroll BALR.^My ran-h on Lost^creak. I1! mi.is fr uit Warm ^|^ri^ar^ ^.ta- tlon.I^ for sal.-, it a sswlIt! M -^ arret good^f 1 rmini ami liny I ui.l. w.th itrod water rivhc^Mue'i row-.nil M^'n: e;ui|'of .lers. y hread, fMt lioi'st*. aim lhi|i ^iiftit. of sure'lor i|iiality.^m further I'attn-ii.ais e.'l' or a,ulre^^ It. f,^\w^l^^i., W'aim Mprin;.. !^^-er l.o,i^- couaty.^Mentaos. It KOHHFNT. FMiltKENT K.ne^iilfflii^lj furnished roonu.^XV. 11. Keiiner. *^^ We^t Itroadway. F'OR-RKNr MrMr IR nWi-d rooms, vary^iftwai'i iv .Mr*, l-ui ^, .1 Wes: Sl:v*r *vt., BOTBi IAIti.K.suiiuy. we I furnls iej ro inn. ^:^^ pa*^J 11 on'li. at V e Mlier H w home, pj Mouth .Main^t^epil^1 In t.I acta IKI' 1 10.in fu-n.s'ioil hou^-. f r luhi^ltou^eke ^|i;nr. 1 O'l'itrcat .11*. ^oiit!i W.1.1,.^iti.'o, street. Iiulte. PollIII'M '.in- ' iii:e 1 nek 'louse, either^I i or Hi 100111. haul i'.iu-ii'l. Failure ih s.^^^f.oll. No..; MatasM ^.tre*t L'una*ITTrT Fwialsaail rooms, with l^^ard.^I at Hal Aloion lioiise. aafaac vi.uka an.. Vtest^i.ii. 11.li lUaatt M.s-e. Itstteriy. I'uliUK NT l;ii^enient mi Main street, ex-^r rellent loMtlnn for lu^rl i^r *hop or restau-^tant. Applv at .^l Not III M'UiKlrei-t. Kutte. I^nit UK NT A aaf room with first elass J/biiliaril falaa. aTnrf itvteres 11ssary for eonui-etny 11 hi..i eias. 11.11:1 I,us1im*%% on or^Is-fore lot of .In x. App ) la W. 1. Swart/, at^War ofltee. (iran.te. E*UUKKNi V.sriein II mie. lies' lo-at|on^V m e I ; fiit nisheil all'l all o -iMipl.Hl by tl'.t-^olaxx 10 m rt wVt t^U or rent ftirnllure: also^for r.^nt, eiis.ness 110111 l*i by 4'i or li by ^^^ ft.;^ft.H i| oat 0.1. ar/e 1 la , - I... show wln*los; iowi-u: a'4a^l aal a sMa ^^. Qaa.A*0aaaaak 4tV ^ t 1, ran it ^ st . mute WANTEDHELP. ANTKIii; r. to' '-ener.il housework.^p;^ 111 WisatHanli aUarl Butte. a|i- LUST. I11st A hea.leil iiBt'irella In the vleinlty^J of the |m'.t Ise. A hlH-ral reward will be paiilfor its loLlirtl lo (his ofliee. D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Co. EMPLOYMENTAGENCIES. nfuflNM^rLR*M EMTIsiiYMENI' 40BSU Y^1 Htipp h'tt^^ ^ i-liu^s r^ tauiiintt. i^riVa\t*^^laMattlt*** AU*I ^m^u:ru^^.^r^ with prae k.*l U^*lp of^k.I k n it ^^u ihoft Botir ^. n; New Dwitiey lUociu^lak^ ^'t**Mitur 0|n*iit u '.' p. m. dr.K0RCR0SS. pMaaMMaVHaWI fyeci.ilKI'livsician. Surgeon. HASMo\ KH TO TilK hiMpf H o t, Mas S acd 9. n**tflonr. th^rr li^^ hn% titu*d m^ th^ most^g nt ^^\:.c ^. in ttn^ Wrkt. Hit* ilwct ^r liu M*rttr#4^..li (ho ui i ^l tin ^r ^\^'^l tii^(rnii.eii!^ and opera:-^tux rluilr to k^i* li* -^l tn ^'oiin^r(h'u uith li t trcMC^inMH .'.'Hi! IHv u.''m'f \V.mi^n. Hi- tn^-r^.i in^Hie t -^alin-'K al hlMMM ^'f Wnin^u U wt^U^knnwn. M#^ has run* I a lm a: rui*iil^^r of lh^*^kndmt *onwu ^ f B .it*^ an* r Ml txner dnrtora^I a^^ f t l .^^! ^^- t'fii' (n^nr%. 1 t ^ a p. tn. ii*.'it*^'s ^f m* 11 \JI vnnut:. h.o-mI, skin,^J i |\^it^* ^|h*rl tl .tl**\iM^k tr**iile^i with ^ou^^ninl mWmWm, * MM PafJifSMnl to all caiea,^1 tiu^tiltatioQ frp jliEWCITY HALL IConcert^Saloon. | CASTPROACWAV. BUTTE, MONTANA. Nowopen for the puhttr's amusement, iimler the^niniiaisemeut of AUi'lllK W. oTA-NLEY. NewAttra' tions Nightly! WithFull Orehestra ami Operatle Sinuinj,^UanelnK. and S|^eelaltles of all kinds. AdmissionFree. BillyBprague will look after the wants of all alioeall. Coombes^ Tonkin, Prop's. TUCKHINGs IIIvI I li IX Chineseanl Japanese FANCYClOODS. FANS, CHINA,CURIOS, ETC. MerchantLiTerlnc Fst ihliihment IDConnect oil. SUITSMADE TO ORDER Attiie \e.y la^we^l Krl i-s. ANACONDA.MONT. BUTTECITY, MONTANA. S'CONOST.. 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