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THEANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1802.
THEBUTTE OFFICE OfTHE STANDARD IstDtheNrv.Wind r DM 1 Ana**, Ho. 21^East Broadway. Tlic Tflopl.one^numl ^ li 2$n.^Advertisement- ill bo rrrrlieil at the Butt* UlllOeOf 111'' M IM.AIIII II I * ^ ClOCk r.M. lor in-, itiiui in the fol-^lowing murnlni; * piper. The8rAM'.^ni^ Is delivered to Butte sut^^^rilorn c...ij tmj moiuluij. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MovtaxaI'irio* BATTERSOF THE BALL 11..MASV . I V I :it. \rilvesat K 1'. .1.; M iau departs li. in M.^t . .-p.*. .vcs fr-'fll N. P. ^ .'!^ '* n'l'l ri.lilieets ..t ) man villi X. I', through tr.i.u.^^ai lay*. V. c.iuc.ii.iv^ ..u l I'li-lny*. MN.i ^Ml Aicim \i. or MAII.v |. .i\^^. Mall(orCallfornLi jii i li. ftitithrraMates^Mail lot last via V. Mill ll I I as; v i V,^M..II Iff M r^t I ! . p If Amtvi iH p. in. -.a a, m. :n p. in. :iij^. i.i. IM | BUTTi:CURRENT NO Hull.-I. II. f '.in: .ul i - in the city.^Ilorii..Inly in, to llie u lie ol Il.u i.l In ihi, ilau^l.H r. li1^. t 'mm an ril iirinil ^i^.i.Ti!.iy from a^vn.it la Mi l. n i. W.M. I'. ii-l, f. ii I. Brorld^a fair eoimnis- ,^sinner, is in tin' est). lamesl*attoa ul PhUipabMRi tn a vis^^itor ill tho city yesleiilnv. W'.r.vipoma, Iba v . !l-!^iiniv n mining^m.ili of 111 w i \'s I I ii. i.^ in llii- ^ i-v. ('. X. L liable, 11.f of Mi ^ NM ^ I libraryfuinl, arrivoU front I'oiii.iiui y. s- i Unlay. TmiiKm', i Ii iiii|iiii.i long il.- 'a ;i.-.. l-i-v- 1 Matof tee eorkl, atritrad from riue...o yrKtrnlny. IWftaaaral of lha lata JotM Vorti lank^^laa ^ y. ^i -ul^^ utidar tlm directlaiiaof^tlif A. ^l. I . \\ . AITnltad Staid patant oa 111* * Nor ban^Lbibl li^li' H ^^-ii luu n laauad la '.inn s^Lark In and other*. A.Hi Nu ll ^ill :T. dttMlty inn ril 11^r^ vi'iiuo mi I.. ^. i. ,. i for lAlillipatMini yaa*^HMa| aaan ^ Bit i u trip. Tin1m:iii ul KB Wan u *\ ^-it In tin- in.: J ^ r^Matiatday b) H^*nr^ Williaina a* a oonlri*^HMtoa lo th Ionian relw-! fuwL Tin-Montana L'niaNM nikarita wMfaafal^t in ii .iti .iu.it i in ii ii^ ..t Uccr Ladaa m u^date not y i t Jrfluitoly ilocided Hpotk lajaaaiBaHla rv*4erday took taa aala of^^faajfaiaca Itpfoir Judge llrHattoa mm^wax .iilinitii il ii. i !^ ./i ii-liiji. Tin1..-ii it Haualer play. ^MM Jaaajfti*^oiH-jis .il lfafttllrv*m '.i.-iiiTdt ami w ill lu^ aM^tlic nsajMliBjdar of Ilia ^ oalu J.V. SiiiTi-nani ami Krod OtrataaM him.^Iik-hhiI .i v.iiii r l itiln on tin Middle Pork^nf Back Brack, r. pii Ki'iiiin;: bfiUi lajcba*^ul u.iler. Tka)ajaaatld)bualneai moatincof tlioW.^t'. '1'. r. ^:li i e ii. l 1 iii tlaa aai iahl| rooan^^if iIh'Hnti'. Daa*^ulanea a^uciatioa at a^oVliirk Ikfa nitei itnim. TkaWarfxInaTTOoti** anion will kakl its^bmmmI I'li'iii^ Sunday. \ ^...i i It, Tba^exai^. plai e at w liu li it a .1: ba uald llM mm yetbaaa ilei'iiii il up m. 'I'lie1'iiiiiini-Muii-of I ii'iiii-ttati' Colaajal^Bkoawiakcr, sfuonerinu '^^^^^ Unbor am! A^l-^jmaiit Conkiall4if .In-Kimt n*itunmita \.^ii.M..v\fie racaivad bj C'oIoihH Kiiaslaff^ye^tenlay . Alea iimI bond for M^.u^-baa bam Idaaadmi tlm IdlewUri bida i laini. tin-^(.^^see betlti; W. A. Kalliey. I'lie prUpat i \ inearaad li\ Luu tiundoriion, A* L^ Klator^anil Rabatl MrtlowaU. X.J. Ji iiUin... w bo diad lcafaia|aa ajMMf^^iiii;. wa^ ;.r yi ai. .^! .i . 11. ii are*a arifa^at Virginia ( ity. Kt*vadaa ami I be raniaina^BfUlbe ablpned tlien*. Mciwaaa UMnnbar^ul t In K. ul I'. bnttfla at V ii;: una tin. MotherGoomi** and bar family w in^^it*i Ki-Titi-il lo a bu*ao mill wall idnaawl au*^jjaajca at Iba Noulb Butte U7E. rburck^laat Lvaainn. Tbo |M*rfortnancc wm^ a d -^awhlful one all llta waj lliroutih mi l tin-^applaiiM'v. a- frequent ami In-.ii ty. It will^Ik- aapeated Ibia itveiiiau and in i!i s i \ ^!^of n liii: bottaai Is.^ tiaa/ia received a letefxram y^alajr*^dny BjftttTIKM :i froiu -'-.i'i Praticifleoroui'ev*^inn Iba waktonie Inforninitlon I bat Iba^united State^ eireuil i nn. of aiMteala,^a/blob Mi now lilting there lin^ eonllmntl^the \ i nliet v.'i. .. Ii\ he i:n i| a vcntlet^forf-'..'ii-daiiiiii ^ i i i-'in - Northern^Pggafki road l ist Januarj. lieR a hi . 1. irgi t. Bitte.July It. Duder nkaiH t;.iiia-^gjbav want t.. Helena ^^ ^- !-^^ to gat a ra*^tiuUitiou fur Fred filch, tin' man grba araa^^ffvaatad n Umalui ha* a rabbety con^^rntteil in Butte, I.in befi ^^ lie mi ure I hut^Ml ia ha) aneeiveda labrgrant ti. . t t.^Ibnabacbief ol iwilire atatfng il^.; Ibeb^hail been 'ii in..: . 1 yoaterday*, Koikii^^tieul.iCK ^en' given. Inn il l^ pivulllued^that begot ihi' on babeaa eorpti* prt ^ ^ .!-^iiiiin. nothing mom ^ill be done iu iba^Mtaa altboxtgb iba avUenee agatutl bbu^araa aanabti Ira. Notice, 'i'l. my debt on : All at t aMl la deliteilto llie ai'i' n. Illiinl to call at ko. 4^Smith Main ull'i-i t .n il pa) at llie earlient iMisr.iiiieiiiiiin.il,. Paj ao one alee, J. c. Mnrph). TheTurn Ven-in nill baMg Mg4aJ to-^niglit ami all frt ndaol Iba tuna ^^- ara in-^rltad to Is- pi. si m. ii a-lll la- l ^ ;.l at^CaMfggg baiL LostA Ujfga MMraaen noekagbaoka A^Mgggbb) n*ward will i. |iuhl liy returning^to owner. No. .:. 1 gel Itrauilc alfbat. Forevery thing m iba mm ^^ Ujm gafl on^or ackbwatj 1 U Sin n iati Muaig ^*^^ ^|'gR|'.^aSSbortb Mum utreet. Uutta. WantisilA itihhI bay with a horse to^eany the Burllgjgt^*n rOUta. Iinjuiie g|^St an ha iti 11 .llii i. Uutta. Lu( ha|H lie. Mador t laiU'- l.auU. f,,r flrMi'l.l's .[.Hi, I, ll ill.; |, in , illtil;.-. gp4Mgita.^^^^^^^^ Ifyoaarant to buy any ralnins -ink go^io \v. I^. 1 ii i ii i -a Co., ^fl Kaat bVaadway. OnlyInsi^ lass rjtuck iti w .ne^, liipiors llU lajgga gf Ml'CullUllk ill llu^llU4. Meetingcf (he Ex:catira Coramiitee of^tbe Hon!ana Leagae. BUTTEHOLDS FIRST PLACH TalkAdmit the Second S.-rlaa of^Camas Nlw Playora In thoAthletic Club III'm.. July 111.-I'n slilenl John t, CkMNMpaRaTMMl tins aftafMaag (yam Bab^ena win ii' he piisiili' l ovgff a MeetlMgj of^Han gganntrra noiMiiilll a af Mhg gfuillggg^I gal hall HBjgaaj kakl there hist ^ ratalng,^'i'lie Meet tag va ^ lha most Uaanjetaa*] mm^bablliner tbe si .i^..-i ufxtfiejj ami wan^mat ki ll I .', a i iii ^ leMfajMv, nani halag^iinisH'tit. ,i by Mi ran ay Poa/gB, Balana^by Williain Muth. Unsgi Talis by Maiiggm^Meili. M.i. nul l by Manuijer Moriu. Pblb^IpabMwbg kfaiiggmTilMi mid Bmmmm by\V. J. Mevein a i 'I'lieKeasoii is now just half over ami it^was i| .ruled In li.ui' llie mtoihI hill' eoajatbato a rjoriaa, ^ho mm aa in donein Hi- n.iti .tial leaixiM tbhl yiarfni-^i lie lirst t lage. I he Wiaitefl of the au-oinl^r-eiies, union i. bappaMI to he itutte^ai:aiu. will play a ^ i n s of the gaaaeeal^IbacwaaegIbaaaaaaaj fur the eliamiiiuu-^niiipof the state. it^- tins ajaana iba las^ten in baaa hall will la-^(^.really iBBreaeed as on ^atuid.iy uargidie teams ^ui en tor iii upon nMMga] raee all MaHing en It. l lie^weakar kaaoM will all he matorially^^vteafvgtbanad by tbal lima and tbe Mioond iaeeIs bMMd to he lula-ll f'lnser alld BM9g rsoitingibaatie- llrat, 'lie. T*iaiMjrr^n-^Kbipforlba BnM aeriea was au aided to^Itutte altbottl iliaruiaiiMi. Twentya 'ines w ill poMatftMM IfagggM^ond Mia':, the s inn- nuraliac ai in die Brat. Helena mid Unite grajad that the linn,hi ol gamaa In- Ineivaeattt DM lha^iirgallec towns idijatiiii on the geoond^that tbe) an it Id tut he ibfe to si nidit and^the in.in. r was Bnally dnninad. Inllie ailMndMeal proi idutu for the di- \klillg ol the seas.ill into luo series litllte^lint I ll^ Worst of il agjaifg. All ell'oi l was madeb)the llutte ruembeeof tbe eonMiit- teeto have tin- oiiuoxioils .Vl |)eris-ul.^el.ill.-'', by w ll ieh the smaller cfllfaa Ii\ e ulf^ol Hull^ Mm k. l nut. hut the gee other^MMMMMa yoi lo^elhi r and \ uted the ggM^paaad uiiiendineut duwti aBk a rush,^llutte dues not object to rivbgg tba i ilt^^ine elul's a ^iiarauli e of ^^7.'i. or even allalll^. hut she doCI luu .l seriously ol^- j.el to giving PbUIpiuww, MaieM and I^IVHainan ball of the roeelpti (roM die big erowdswhieh bgva eharaeteri/eil the j^U.lines played ill llutte ever sinee the | openingof iba aaaiuM. Tbe eMail tdaiba | euinelo llutte lor two da\s ami carry away gay a bow limn RMM tn tbOQt and I^t hen w lieu ihtttn reiurm tba \ :-m akagagi '^rgotblMi but t^ 1^U, tbe gnajtaataa in mm I^i It jag. gMiainling tn fMlly hall nf the re-I^ei ipls. Were it not for the mitlaaal H^per eelit. el.in .e. hase h ill iu Unite^Would pay il luu da ul. nil. It is^MM too line to riargun thmuH this year, however.Imt if the .','1 |MT eellt. elallM' is ado|iiei|ii, ai season the leagfaa will ba^eoiiipaUod to gat ilong without llutte.^wlueii i^ n|ulvaieni to layiagf tbal itaeg*.^iiteneaaUI in- rer) rjbort, Aftereae^iid*^eiaiile dbvuaabM and sever.d ekajMea the^followMg :i iin-miiiii-iit in tbe constitution wasaili'pteil. by il vote of a lo 1. llo/a lliall^Voting aii ntist it : '111*eh.un(iioitship shall lie decided ill^two perioi of ii.inn's, the lirst oi which^shall etui when iba lirst l*o aaMaabava^lien played hy c.ieh iliih. i In- see. an I^series shall eniisist of L'o irmtics. 'i'hc cluhvlnaiagj the hkjbeai lu-r cent, of MMk ui the lirst scries shall vriu die etl.ltllpinllsliipnf the lirst series. The gggb winaiaglljabigbaat aaaaaiyiaMl at pMMM^of tlic second series shall win tba eh.nu^^ll unship of iiic second series. III case differentelaba win the *4twnt|*l*mahlp nf^tin- lit-*t ami secniid si'iii-N, they shall de^^cide tba tie 111 a series of live gallics, arklebroust be arranged within live days aflefcl.ee ef the si ennd series. I. ieh 111^the i-Iuli- shall In- entitled lu have two of^1 he live gUIUCI pl.tl ell oil Us uw ii g| nil UiN. 'llie islil gaitie4 in ease such is nui'iaatj.^^ball ba niuiuaJIt igmid iijmm If tbe two^i ii:1 s fail lo agree, tin a Ike n eretary of thekagtW shall name date and pin e. In^tris series af caniis each visaing pbtb^shall leeec.e a uuar.Hills' of ^7,'i a/ilb llie^pri.iteue of ,''i per cent gate mom y fay^each 1.11111'.. Tin- rlulu takiug part in the^series ol Bva games shall pi.iy only such^players as hav c Is-en i-ng.ig'il regularly hy^li e lirst day of ^^cp!i mls r, a list of w inch^play .-rs vv uli then'i.an tacts shall lie sent^to the s. i ri tary on thai dav Ad i u--inn lasting si v. ral hours then^liH.k place ovr the diiJMlted games, tin^root bob o. Manager THag Bgl g lines^si Itted at th^ ll -.'einati nieotfng w. ii- ri^^e iiiMilered. Mr. Tuns ItoldiMg iu Ilil mo^^lioa that that in 'cling Ias illegal h 'cause^only four caih ft'eea ropeoiented. The n ult .if it all v, as l bat the action ni the Boatrean Meeting was MaaaygM a gwiaa ata time, vv .th ll.c i \ccpliuti that tile two^disputed gailH'M not ween Uutta and I'lul-^Ipshurg ^ere h ft ovif until seine Inline^ineetlng Lor act loo, ou aorount of .^secretary^Steven son lu.i having the papi is iii ihi'^e is, vv ith him. 1.v.*e.imes a bid] had bMM protestcil^sun tin- Uoaeniun nioaling were decided. tili-.itI'alls had taken two guiles froM Mla hv tor.ett. iba laiter team being ggillie li IIII lh^ dates on in coll ill ul'^Washoutm un tin- Mi ni ma t ciiiral. and^these we-e declared ..ll. M tauula hud^also forfeited a gunie in I', /. man en ac-^eount ot a waahouti u tin N,.i ,li. rn Pacifle^and Ibia aai deeiared oil. 'i he gamea^played at Ureal l ads o4t Satlirda) and^Kuajda) villi Bulla ween both peatested on^Me kith allta*t by tba hoene ti-.ttn, Imt they^Went both allowed to Miami iu favor of i be^Butte team as deckled h) the umpire. In^ailceees wbern gamea wet awarded mi^I rbul nlitM*! Mr. ntlM very MMalbly^ruled iigauisi allowing Ibetn, lieiiev ug thatsli. n d' spin, s sh, 11 li I he set tied oil the Inld. When ihe other imiubent of the^eornMttleo rarue to Mr. Tltua' way of^thinking baie ImII mattera wtU run along nutft n.oic egil: y . Iiwas decided lo |ia^ map res f 1.', a^iiiuiitli and let tIn-ill pa) their owMegs^p.ieis. Mullen nnd lAiwera wen- g^^t.line.I. ami President i ow in was authors^bed lo secure a Iblrd, Banalng, if pi -^^ible, 1'ici in in's ^ rv i.'. were dispensed^w ah. ManagerTltuai I Plilll|^huig ihniMinbil^Hecreiary SleveiiMon' resigliatiou, and it^was si mill l by Manager Meili of deal^Palli. bl nag i PewaB ^ ! l uite v.it'll^net t i.u ii oi p., a ia rafmsd^to vote, hut Pit I pal i.;.. Mi, on a^a d fffeol I all ro Oil aye and Mr.H eVei.. soubad nothing! 10 oo hui to reebrn, s.^V . Davis of Butte was ebeted M ttfi liHi^v .n am|. ami a batter eritctioa eosild Bol hiva in Itusde. Tin r*^r pel st Hiding . f theclulsih r the ilist sen. . i^ ,|^ lo low- : .. I l.v. l. Raa I. Pert t.^P^tr 1^ It i ;;; I'.'/'.i' 'i ,^ ^ v^% lo'linl.'ii i' ii -,i riiiUiisliiiri!li s s UrealI' .l.s pi , ia V.\ Wl-iiu,Iii .1 u .17 Thelo ai MMekaara man iIumi doflghlad^wiili ti.ami grace with which lha [latietaarn carried off lbs benari in the^Brat ^erica. They are io i itbaaiaetie ovoy^B in. ki l. et. i|i ii beta uf ^ and even H to L^ure [reel) oaTaMkf that Uutta will again^arggflM pAaaa in the sororul ^enee.wlih lloInk. is. |f scllieot tin j. al.,ii^ Uogo.^iiiati i ..itiku want to gel oi. ii with the lluttehoyi who put them to so much^trouble on the Fourth of July, an excellent^opportunity now presents itself. 1here call he no doubt that ill^it is now constituted tbe I hit to^team is the strongest in the league^b nil in the held, ni the hat and in mu^^lling baaa*. 'I he Iroys have alio improved^greatly ill team work during the past two^or Ibrea weeks, and it enters in upon the^second series stronger than it ever baa^been. I'owell at lirst has greatly strength-^cm d the team at u vital point, and now^thai he has got his eye on the hall he may^eulili.iently Is- c\|h eled lo do gn-nt exeru-^tiuti with the stick, lie has Is-en ap^^|s.luted iiiauager and eiiptain of the tcoin.^ami under his eniefid nnd egperkfcMMg^guidanoa the team will do Isiicrwork^ll,.in ever, in addition to Ising n clever^h ill | layer, I'ovvell Is a Is rleel gelltlciuull^as well and commands the ri speel not^old) nf the players, hill of all levers of tho^gall.^ li . well. JackNftitiyun. the new catcher, is a hall player[mm the guar ad up ami will eomo^as near llliing Jerry liuiriiigiunV shts'sas^any uiie cinild. lie is a clev er catcher, a^sure and l ard thrower, a gissl hitu riiiid^a last runner, lie plays hall with his head^a . well as with his hands, ami will teach^Mime uf his oppniu tits aoiuc new tricks in ha.-kst up work. Beennaa i work al aaa*^^.ml ia improving rtaadUyandhiapaM^^latity is Immmmmm with avery game ho plays..lack's work 111 the last game^played bora was of die hrillient older, and^there is no reason to supjsise that he will^not keep it up. Bright'g injured lindi is al^^most well and he will lie in as gissl shapo^iis ever hy Saturday w hen Missoula opens^here. Ilrigbl is ackuowiislged to lie uvvay^Ihe hest shortstop iu tbo league and this^fuel rondels it unnecessary lo refer to bis^wi ll-kiiuvvii iihihty. i'apliuger and Hark-^aeaa are both pltehing w inning lull and^v. ill no dniihl ki i |i it up. The uiitllcld is^as good as eajj ul ihciu hut it vv ill Ihi still^further i trctlgtbetM d hy the addition of a^mail of natkinal repMtatbaa. Take it all togetherthe llutte team is a guisl one and^then- is nn Maaoa why it BboajM not again cptiiretiist paacaand render the playing ofii Ii mil series of games lo decide the^chuniniiiiiship unnecessary. Tbe other^teams MM all strengthening up and the^i ace w Inch eMMa on S.itutilay promises to^Is.- a pretty and exciting one. FRAILHUMANITY. Tin- story Told hy ii Much Abimail tVomin. litl l I . .'uly IU. Through the kindness^of .lame . II.in, residing at the corner of^Wis,In ii n and Alaska streets. Mrs. lirian^t ai t igan has Isu-n saved the hiiiniliat ion^of apjiculiiig to public charity for loud and^shelter, ami that, too, despite the fact that^her hiislmnd ia in the city and regularly^employ ed al good w ages. The story of the^woman's wrongs, if true as told to the^Stamiakii by some of her friends, places^her hush ind iii an linenv iahle light with^all good MMpfcfc As n luted hy her friends^Mrs. ( ..rrig.ui aiiiveil fiiitu Scianton.^I'a.. Ihroo or four ilnvi ago in^meet of her husband, who loft^In r and four children several years ago to^MM West, promising her to send for^them us soon as he succeeded in semiring^BermaMMM employ inent. He came to^Butte ami obtained work in the unties^and since then has been almost steadily^employed. He boarded at one of the^miners' hoarding houses at (enterVille^nnd there I let gliMI nciiuuintcd with a girl^vv ho was w aiting on the tahle. Carrigau^paeeed blmaelf off aa a single man nnd^sism gained the girl'i iilTeetiona to such^au extent that she consented to become^his mlMrfM, and recently he left the^IsKinling house and serurotl a room down^town, nnd since then he and the woman^have baaaj li.ing togcthei'. Seeingbow far things had gone and^feeling soiiy fur the wife and family ilint^he apparently intended to desert. gMMfM^of his former townsmen who have lieen^working with him wrote tho fact of his^alliance w ith the woman to his w ile. The^news fairly stunned Mm. t'arrigan who^decided to seek her husband and if iKisiii-^Me regain his love nnd affection, lining^too pisir to pay her fare, a collection was^taken ii(. for her and she rameon to Hutto^hut was Maahfa lobrlag herchildn n along^and left ihem with some of her relatives.^When she arrived here she wen* to the^In use of Mr.llog. u. an old friend. He^called on her and cisilly informed her^that he would have nothing to do w ith her^whatever, and dim she would have to get^al.nig the I^' t vv ay she could, lu vain did^tin vv ife plead and implore, for her heart^^less buabauil turii' d a deaf ear on her^pleadings and pruvi t-i and since then I.e^has MM gone near In-r. Illaccident Mrs. t'arrigan met the^woman who has taken her place iu key^I,Holland' . Heelion and sought iu every^w in to in dace kef to leave the iiiiiii.li.il^ill.- mistress would not listen to her mid toadher that she waoanMMMMveag-aa t'arriaaejhad told her abaaji a former^sue tin an of his iu New York who had^arrived there the day before mid was^passing herself ^,:!' as his wife, lu the^un nut iine Mrs. t'arrigau is stopping with^her friends and say s that she w ill try and^cam a living for bayeetf iu some inmiiti-r,^and as sism us she is able to do so, w ill^scud for her children. Unite a numls'i- of^kay former townspeople who knew her^^ears ago have interested themselves iu^bi'i-ls'lialf and will see that she ilii's not^suller. A ni,rht or tun iigofurrlgan drew arevolver on a aaan whom he uccuscd nf^Inn ing vv rlllen to Ins w ife. mid threatened^tn kill him. The Nut!' did not w.nk. tor Iheman look tba akMol ucay from huu andgave him a sound thrashing. lire llepiirllllellt Meeting. Ill'i i i.. July 1'.'. Au adj.inriio l regular^^ necting of the lire ih ;^ l'.'tlie'lit was he'd^III'Might, a. vv hich eolisldi lalile utitiiuslied businesswasillspoaad of. Notice trea ias^reived that the police MaMHWMMl would^defray una half of the exfu'tiscnt the baM^Cor tbe Jordan rutteraL l'^ o ajmUcatloaa^for meielieislup Wore recciu'd and re^^li'ircd in investigatingctmniittis-s. ITmm ^ ii.-u.it Havingrcpair-d and thoroughly reins-^rated May aainon. whieh was practically^,1 it rayed b| IbakMa lire, we are MM' bak*^ti r (iri'p.ircd to reeeiv e our old and MM^frletuls, Por tbe beat glass aftyanratthe^idd living nrlceol 121 | eattta nnd anparloy^liramls of winea and liijuors cull onus.^No. '.. W est Hro.idw.iy. Vutiisll.iI nlnn llsllw.iy i ... Comaantaliontickets, limliisl tollltlav i fromdale oi Klir, gissl lorajtl'tps between llutteami laiiniMla. Ha, S.II. CaJjyaMJMAOa mjmMTaMk iii me RTaatd.^fall at Heyman 4%Curran'iami sisi^ the ua'ch made in IBB A. I). Wev..I1 MM e out our entire stock of^t Bg ... Iba pr.' ' - ii.imcd below :^llui green Japan '.en, sold K fore at Ilk: aMMtttd. Hew bJ i *.^Gun Powdet ; *, before 71c. my I le,^Ktigl.' li Ihv.ikt-.s!, Is'tore 7.V, now :Uc,^\\ i v -11 in's (igi ir M.vI.l.I t. illthe r.iv ilian. ASUIT FOR DAMAGES AttorneyO'Donnoll Is tbe Defendant in^a Ca*8 in the District Court CLAIMSOF THE PLAINTIFF AllegationsThat Ho Lost Through^Hl6 Attorney's Acts O'Don-^noll's Explanation^^Cthor Casus. Butte\\ oik ugt.i union will haM^llieir annual picnic oa Suinlay, Augu^t 11.^Pal Men y . m'.'ivuiry. I.it l aiwlle. under ( lark's bank, for^rlret-rlaei ^have, U cental hair rututig, lOIH'tltS. Jew.In a' cn '. 80 days. Leys, the Jew^^el, r. On ..lev bliwfc. I.r-i i las- table board il |sjr day, M^La iju.,1 ti btrxivt. BUIIM)July 1!'. Joseph ( alilivell to-i'.ny^coiiimeueiKl a unit in the district eoitrt^against Attorney t'harles (l'l)onnell for^I tUu,U/U damages. Caldwell tiled the |^a-^[ IN-rn himsi If and ii i attorney appeam in^| the case for him. Mr. (J'lloline'l licanl of^the action ami i.ecuied the papeei before^the reporters got hold of him. Caldwell^alleges iu Ins complaint Unit lie was a vic^^tim of the Columbia garden Hin t railway^accident of July 4. laaBj and sustained so-^rioiiii mid |M'i-in:iuetit injuries. He re^^tained Mr. U'Uonncll and eommcnoed u^sun against the street railway company^for fcM.OlO damages and paid his mtortiey^KIM a* feci iu advance. Before the euso^came to trial, he alleges, Mr. O'llonuell^quashed the ease without Caldwell's con^^sent and the latter was thereby duinng'-d^in the sum of f lo.uuti, for which amount lie^^ski judgment against Mr. tl'Doiinell,^and he alaa wants Ixick the $11111 paid him^as lees. Mr.U'Donnell culleil at the STANnAKi)^olllce this evening and said he desired to Makean egydaasviieu iu defense of him^^self. He denounced the suit as simply au^nil. nip! to got the mailer into the news-^pupcrs and predicted that it would never^come to trial nnd that there was no inten^^tion of bringing ll to trial, as shown by^the fact thai no attorney nii|s ats in tho^case. Mr. O'llonuell says that he was re^^tained hy Caldwell to bring the damage^suit against ihe railroad on u cuntingciit^fis^ and after devoting much time to a^sillily of the case, suit was brought for^fcjOjOOO, While the case w as pending Cald^^well si tt led with the company for $1.3110 nndsent BBS as faaa toaiaaitervjay by HonMiillin. At that time Caldwell was^laid 11(1 iu the hospital, mid when he recov^^ered he visited his attorney and repro-^setiil to him that the railroad company's^attorney had btilhloziil him into making a^settlement mid that be wanted to reopen^the ease. The ease was again taken up^by O'Donnell. but the railroad company^name into court with a w ritten agreement^siimcd by Caldwell for the dismissal of the^suit and the rchnipiislilnent of nil his^claims, and O'llonuell concluded he had^nocnseutid dropped it. Whiiethe ease was (lending the second^time the notorious disbarment proceed^^ings against Attorney linldorn came nil,^and Mr. O'Donnell says Caldwell contrib^^uted $:;:i to assist in prosecuting the pro^^ceedings, hut when they fell Hat he di-^tli.iiulcd In- money back. O'ltonncll gnve^him jl.il and Caldwell went away, but soon^thereafter returned utul asked for tbo re^^maining jin. which was given to lum.^That O'Duuuell says is the whole ease in^substance, and that the $10,1/110 damage^suit commenced to-day is nothing but a^matter of personal spite. Thecase of Frederiea I toy re against M.^II. Scott, u suit for debt, was tried before^Judge MeHatton this afternoon and taken^under adv isement until to-morrow morn^^ing. The transcript in nit appeal from^Justice Kddy's court in the ra*' of 11. nnd^V. Vudunis against Ik.tint Hot-ins. was^tiled. Vnilun ih had sued DoriaH for j'-l^.us damages sustained by his wife by^bring run over and injured by a team^alleged to have Is-en carelessly and negli^^gently driven by Dorias. The case was^decided in favor of Vadnuis in tho justice^court and Dorias took an appeal. ^litss Works.^The Butte Art Stained glass works w ill^open their oilier at BB South Montana^sireet. next to the (iranite marble works,^le-morrow . It is the only exclusive gla-s^In.use in Butte. Jobbers iu plate window^glass, mirrors, baeyj plate and orna-^^nentul glass. Importers of cathedral,^enani.-l. Veuitiaii and ebip|m 1 glass.^Workers in Mosaic stained glass. I'iguro^for churches and residences. Wm.II. Johnson, Prop. riegularmeals, Ho eenta. Short-oriler^mecls at all hours at the Nonpareil cafe,^.is Kast Hroailw ay. Try it. LaChnpelle. under Clark's bank, only^lirst-eliiss bulh house iu town; baths, ^i^rents. LaCha|ielle. under Clark's hank, only^lirsi-ela-s b.iili I.on.-^ in town; baths, Ho^cents. PEOPLE Don'ttake tnediciue Im i aiisc they w ant lo^take it, mid when they have to take it,^tbey don't take kindly to it. Isn't if per^^fectly true that untiling but compulsion^could begin to make you think about Itf^That is a i|tic-ti.m whieh answers itself.^There are other things which oiiiht to be^perfectly true about medicine. Thcgroat-^cst rare mid lite greatest skill and a gissl^deal of conscience ought to enter into its^preparation. Our proscriptions ara tilled^with ran', skill and conscientiousness.^To Ml tn another subject, let us call^your attention io DH J. W. ROIURTa' Templeof Health. Thelimit Cabfnruia Keniedy. Apoaltiva enra for BpBaeay and Amhtua.^BHgbt'a Diacaee, Con iu mot ion. Dropsy.^Upabete . Rbeumatum, Dyeiiepala. lndt-^aaatkMh FlMarf Complaints ntul all^chronic ill*l aagg A sure pi. lemive of^Alstplcxy. Temple of Health book ts-nt^five. SoloAgenti'. iur Montana. WESTSIDE PHARMACY. K.II. PAXSON, MaaagRr. 1...West I'ark St.. 0|'|i. CoaliAi ScjjjL^Ul n r- Mi'MAi L 0.K. LEWIS i CO.. flLTTl MONT TelepliouXa 271. AStTlng of Dollars Hen This lontb. Re- Tbe Reasonfor Such Enormous^unctions. Readthe List of Values Given Below. Thenecessity of reducinp;^our stock several thousand^dollars' worth is apparent.^We are heavily stocked^with summer ^^oods,and we^must make room for fall^purchases, which are soon^! to arrive. Our midsummer^clearance sale is now in^progress, and to reduce^our stock wi: have made^prices so low that the^floods must go* There^are two things: We will^lead in Prices and^Styles, and your keep^^ing posted in Prices^and Values means^Dollars in Your Pock^^ets. Read the Prices^Come and See. The values^are as advertised. DressGoods Dep't. linglishCashmeres, all^colors, 14c. Better qualities^and wider ones, iqc. WoolCashmeres, 40-^inch, 28c. BestQuality 40-inch^Dress Goods, 75c, now 50c. DressPatterns, formerly^$6, #8, $10, $12, now $4,^$5-75 ^^.go, ^q.2o. UnderwearDep't. Ladies'and Children's^Under Vests at 10c Ladies'Vests, 3 for 50c,^worth double. Ladies'Vests with^sleeves, 75c quality, 45c. Ladies'Silk Vests $1.00,^formerly $1.50, all colors. Men'sFrench Balbriggan^Underwear, $ 1.50 suit. Men'sNeckwear 25c, 30c,^35c and 50c. Men'sNegligee Shirts,^worth $1.25. 75c. SlMMF.Il DRESS GOODS DEP'T.^tinting Flannels, 130c quality, l-V;-^tinting Flannels. 15c quullty. Inc.^White Uoods. !2^/4c, now t%c.^BatilM Finish PrMta. H van s $1.00.^F'rcnrh Ginghams. Lie, now He. ScotchBkkfTkajna, i^c, now me, NOTltIXDEl'AHTMEXT,^l.aila s' and Chihlren's Lisle (ilovcs, 35c.^Lmlies' Silk Gloves, llSe. all colors.^Ladies* Helts. J.V, worth Mir.^The ^Excellent^ Corset, formerly T5e.^now Mir. 10(1Dozen Fust Black Hosiery. 1^!^c pair.^I'aiasols and I nibrellas at Almost Half^Price. CAHPETSAM) HfH'SE IT'KXISIIING^DEPAltTMlAT. Wonro olferiiig extraordinary induce^^ments in this department this month, and^^boa ing many new patterns. Attractiveline Ingrain^ at '-2y*r a ynnl. Bat line of patterns in two-ply at a^yard. Extraipi.ility Ingrain, g^.ml value, at 50e^a ynnl. Lineof Tapistiy Carpets, reduction of^lac and ^iV a yard. Price from lllr to ^.^io. Stnuigestline Velvet (arists in this^c-iiy. pyba only Ma ^i yarvl. Lace( urtaiiis Toe a pair. Ourfo.OOChenille Curtains away ahead^of anything show n at Ihe price. KemiinutsBrussels and Ingrain I arpeis.^1.-Hole,mis. (Iii Cloths at a saving of 50^|MC cent. O.K.LEWIS ^ CO. fJEWCITY HALL 1Concert^Saloon. tEAGTCROtDWAY, EUTTE, MONTANA. Kovvoprn for (lie pnlitto's -iiiiitsemen*. miller tin^luauageineu; ol AltCIIlE W. STANLEY. NewmttrtctaOti Nighdfl BBh''un oaakMlM mm tSparaMi MatkB Diin'li::. ami tsp-.-elaltn-- of all kl:ul^. AdmissionFrae. Coombos^ Tonkin. Prop's. HXACQXDAL ILL p.il. 1.1! 'WNi l.!.. I'roprli-: ^r. Brt i 5, Saddles aai Ihr;rs for Biro. AIManmilit-rr* ** ^l''^','r'!'::i't: =11^brail I .tie i onaeetlna tiiaac^^^a all Iralas, iUa and HaMaj I i:s: Slrwt. Anac ad.L Cores,rur.i3ii! lrgro Iii'* REMOVED MBjaaaiI'd^^ar uiooii Oman Prof.I. Jeffreys CH,gC,pO0IM. MANICURE i-d OtHVAIOLOeiSf^I^. st ilaiu Mh o:. Biatr, Mi uL TO-DAY^ ^^^ JULY 5TH Wewith lo rail jour intention to the features^^four i. HAND Plll/K HAL Iv. We have paee4^In our wimlos a large Vt'iteraielnii, nuu esea^CiMonn-r uiuklag a pun liaieat om More will^be entitled to a guess is to the nunbJr of teeda^vviiii^. ii cint.vui. Due ind hour ot raaM will^b reglnteri il opposite llie name of peri in mas-^lug gunv. una lo eonnectlou with time we pre.^p i i to die THREEGRAilD PRIZES. iur lir-t MM*, lo 'lie person making tin ear.^Ilest ..ml near -s. iu- ^^, ^ ii be a roun 1 trta tieve;to Mdt take . ity, I'tali. fbakorouil ixareft yuesi will rntltle (ha^lie ii iati- u a se'.n inn of 1 wem y iioiiar,'^wnriliiil tlro'erles iroia our MM and ve.e.l Iocs. tn 1 for our I lllr I ^od Imt prize we will give^an ai,tin,uy Wavaa Miiililng Aiacnlne, or .00^p minis of nur Uesi Kiniir. at the optloo of the InrlllUHteone. Nowmake your gur^ei early. All have tlm^mine rlianee, the eaiheil guesses taking pre,^ee I.'lire, ^f course. Hoo'l let tlili opportunity^slip. IliM'iiig to nee 1 lui're iiiitnber of gite -sen^who. .it the wme time, will 1 et vslus received^fail inouey i| eat with us, we remain very^rcipcetfiilly, F.Hood ^ Co. CASHCROCEHS, No.20Q North Main Street. Special. Seed! will be eounled Augmt bb kf^eoinueteut and dlilnterottad periooi.. WeHare Just Received^^ 4 EASTERN CREAMERYBUTTER, AND WILL eiELl 20lb tubs at^10 lb tubs at a^5 lb tubs at Perround. 20cents^22 x/2 cents^25 cents Tblibutter Is GUARANTEED equal to any^butter made lo the United States. Webave alio received ^ car load ot IDAHOE1QQS Whichwo ^U1 srll at $5.75 per case. Thesegoodl are GUARANTEED absolutely BB ButteCash Grocery Co., PARKAND WYOMING 6TBI ET^^A. F. BRAY. Manager. NOTICEI NoticeIs hereby given that the City^of llutte, Montana, oilers anil Willi^pay a rowan! of Ore thousand dollars^tor information that will load to the Apprehensionand ConvictioD oftho person or person* that^ui-sassiuated WILLIAMF. JORDAN, oneof the police force of said city, on FridayMorninn, June, 2i, A. D. 1892 Baldreward will ho paid to the parson or per^^sons furnishing said linurin.it.on iiiiiuoilla|..iy^^|xin th-.' dual conviction of the a-sasi-lu or as^^sassins at the a y of llutte, Moiituiia. LEEMANTLE. Mayor. attesti JOHNMcCHlMMON, CityCcrk. Tti'County of Silver liow,^Ktont una. aid pay a reward^Of Two Tho usand Klvo lliill-^drt il D Marl few |nf, raiiitua^tl.at wdi le.nl to the Arrestand Conviction Olthe MMM er perioni whA, onthe tiuf.it of Sunday,June 12, 1892, ATTEMPTED^b^ASSASSINATE henrywillia/as. Athis Itesi iMMk near tba t'oiorudoMoe'.ter. Hyorder BOAR)OF COUNTY C)^M!5SIG3lE BBaVBy BUOi ll. lutiiitr Tlerk. Trya ^Chesip Ad^^in The Standard.