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THEANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2ft iSjl.
BASEBALUN MONTANA
Feiclothesand Meversweats Play an^Interesting Game.
BOZEMANCLUB DROPS OUT
Only Four Clubs to Play the^Second Series of Games^^A Letter From Har-^rlnston.
Buttf.,July 2H.-Tlio ball rbiiio played^at the Athletic grounds thi* afternoon foe-^tween tho Xcvcrswents. with C.iplin-fcr^and Drc-iinaii in the points, and the Fen-^rlottic-s, with HttrkncHsi and Munyaii as^tho battery, proved to ho u most interest^^ing contest und was witnessed by a small^but remarkably enthusiastic crowd of^about ^50 people. Both teams put up a^Cood article of ball and it was auyltody's
Sametip to the ninth inning, v. lien the^evens-cats jumped onto Harkness in a^shameful and heartrending manner and^hammered out six runs, three of which^were fuur-bacger*. Tho same was full of^blood and excitement and several pretty^plays were made. Three line double plays^w ere made at critical points, one from^Finnnery to Buchan to Gleason. another^from Bright to Desmond to Powell and^the third from Hoskins to Desmond. Fian^^ncry covered short for the Neversweats in^brilliant style and Buchan took the best^of care of everything that wont towards^second. These players also showed up^vell at the bat, Flannery smashing out^two home runs and Buchan vetting two^three-baggers and a home run.
Homeruns were also made by Gleason.^Hrciinan and Capliiigcr, all of the Never-^sweats. In all. six homo runs worn made^oil* Harkness. Harkness started cut well,^but seamed to lose his speed along about^the seventh inning, ana after that was^hammered unmercifully, ( aplinger. as^usual, started in a trifle wcuk.hut im^^proved with every ball ho pitched, and by^the third inning the ball-looked no bigger^than a marble us it flew over the plale^and the Fowelothes could not touch it.^Urcunan caught a tine game and threw^well to bases. Munyan also caught well^and saved Harkness several wild pitches.^Smith made a brilliant running catch of^a high fold over against the bleachers,^which, figuratively speaking, brought^down the house.
The:ollo^ ing is the score by innings:
NcMTswestsn I ^ I i ^ I 0 (1^12
Fcwrlotlie**J o 1 t u (i o 0 0^ 4
Ina personal letter to Jack Brennan,^Jerry Harrington. Butte's old catcher, ex^^presses the opinion that Jack is better .41^out here than in the Last, sn far as salary^is concerned. Jerry states that he had to^stand a cut of |M0 in lussalaiy. Khincs^got $1,(iu i ehoppcsl oil' his. Mullanc gol^fl.OOJ, Holliday and Mcl'hee got tUM each^and even ( omiskey had to stand the cut^together with tne others. Jerry was Hop^^ping in the waves tit Coney Island the lirst^day he arrivod in New York anil is having^a good time generally^but not nearly so^much fun as he had in Butte.
JackBrennan, Butte's ^old reliable,^^received a letter yesterday which, had it^come to hand sooner, might have Itceii the^cause of his not playing in Butte this sea-^sou. It is a blank contract with the Ka*t-^cru league offering him $l.fi'*0 to play with^whichever club in that league he might bo^assigned to from April 15 to October 1. It^is accompanied by a letter from Secretary^('. D. White under dsto of March .11. Both^letter and contract were sent to Brennan^in care of the St. Louis SjwrtiH'j .\^n^ of-^lice, from which place they were mailed^last Saturday. I he local cranks need^have no fear of losing Jack, however,^for be Is as much mi love with^Untie us the ^fans^ are with him. He^states that he is going to winter in Butle,^so as to Ik' in readiness to play here next^scauoti, and this is certainly most welcome^Ileus. Juck is bv long (Kills the most |x^pu-^lar player in the team and there is no I let^^ter nor harder ball player than he in^America. From the time the lirst ball is^pitched until the lust inning is iluishcd^Jack has but one idea, and that is, that^Butte must vv in the game. He plays ball^with his hands and his head- and some^^times with his mouth, for Jack is a mo t^earliest ami impressive kicker whenever^he thinks be is getting the worst of it^and never loses his head or become* rat^^tled for un instant. Manager l'ovvell says^that Brennan is abetter catcher than^Harrington, and there arc a good many^people here who thinks the same way. He^is certainly a jewel, and if lie stays in^Butte as long as tho cranks want him to^he will be buried la-re.
TheGatrtlt says that there^ is c ^jng to^be a general shaking up in the Miss mla^team before long. Neither Miil^|ueeu nor^Twinebaw will be signed. Several of the^old players will lie released, among them^McVey. This will Ilea hard blow for Me-^Vey, who has a bad case tit swelled head^und lias imagined all along that he was^really the only genuine first baseman in^tho league. MeVey's release is probably^due to keeping late hours and ^Issuing.''^After the games with Butte on Saturday^and Sunday. Cargo, tho shortstop will re^^tire from the team, ^owing to the serious^illness of his sister.^ the (inti tle says. His^place will lie lilted by Wallace. Missoula^is going to make a strong pull lor the^championship in the second series and^there is no outside team whom Butte peo*^plo would rather sec will it.
TheHelanu team w ill leave in a few days^on a trip through I'tali. where it expects^to clean up enough to pay for the last two^wo ks of idleness, caused by Great Falls^dropping out. An five-club league is de^^cidedly unsatisfactory', and unless Ana^^conda comes in one of the remaining clubs^will undoubtedly have to drop out.
PitcherDarby of the defunct Omaha*^has signed with tho liorhcstcrs of the^Eastern League The Bm^m:iu directors^made a great rush after Darby and^thought they hud him sure, but it turns^out that they were mistaken.
ManagerPowell received a telegram^this afternoon conveying the information^that the Bozetnaii club had disbanded and^forfeited its franchise in the 'Montana^league. This action has licon expected for^some time, however, and the news was^eonscc|uetitl.v not much of a surprise. The^Bozcinan club has been on its last legs for^some time and it is a great deal better that^it should throw if)i its hands now than^wait until later in the season. Butte won^three out of the last series of four games^with llnzcinan, shutting them tint twice,^and this evidently sturted them on the^road to destruction. Then Philipslmrg^defeated them twice in succession on their^own grounds, and ibis completed their^mill. After that the Uoicuiau people came^to the conclusion that their team w as no^^Bed and refused to contribute further^towards its support, and this settled i\
TheBoil-mail directors probably de^^cided to drop out just in time to save^themselves from being Jroppcd out of the^league. Alive club league cannot Iw run^sati -fiit tcrilv. although it has lieen fre^^quently tried, but with invariably the^same result. Ami as it did not seem^probable that Anaconda would come in.^President Cowan had divided to call a^meeting ill a few days to uccidc what
courseto pursue. It was a foregone con^^clusion that one of the clubs would I e^dropped at this meeting and indications^pointed strongly to Boienion as the one^that would have logo. Philipsburg and^Helena are known to have had it b lor^Ikixcman. and Missoula would very likely^have voted with them. Butte would not^liav evoted at nil ill any event,as it was a^^Wed pipe^ cineu that this city would Is*^kept in on account of the big money^which tho other clubs all make here, If for^no other reason.
Itseems to bo the general opinion here^that the league is now on n more substan^^tial hnsis than it has ever been, and no^one doubts that Butte, Helena. IMiiltps-^burg and Missoula w ill finish the season^and make the nice a hot one. Butte,^Helena and Philipsburg an' ill the rare to^slay, and How that Banker Higgilis has^taken bold of ihe Missoula team tin-re is^no danger of its going under. The sched^^ule committee will probably meet in a fev.^days and arrange a new schedule and^things will move along just as smoothlv as^though Bozcman and Great Falls had^never belonged to the league. The num^^ber of games to lie played by each club^w ill of course lie increased by tho new^schedule. Several of the ltoz^ man play^^ers want to come to Butte, but there is no^opening for them here.
IN POLICE COURT.
I.nwBreakers liefer* .Intlffe MrMur|iliry^Vmlcrduy.^BlTTK.July Mrs. Fmma Skellywa*^arrested several days ago for flourishing^a revolver in a manner intended to intim^^idate one of her iteighh -rs, also u woman.^She was arraigned in the police court and^pleaded not guilty. Her trial w as set for^to-day, but she failed to show up at tho^ap|M^inted time nnd her bond was declared^forfeited anil an attachment was issued^for her. Having a valid excuse for her^non-appearance, her bond was reinstated^and her ease continued until next Mon^^day.
(.rareHolmes, a frisky female whoso^hilaritv caused her to ^g arrested yester^^day for disturbing the pence, pleaded^guilty to the charge against her and was^lined and costs.
TomMurray was sent to the liasciucnt^in default of s| und costs, imposed for a^plain drunk.
GoorgoMoron, arrested last Tuesday^for trying to steal a watch from I id. Lewis,^was arraigned for preliminary hearing on^a ciiarge of grand larceny. By consent ho^w as permitted to plead guilty to iH-tty lar^^ceny and vv as sent up for .*^ days.
JohnO'llonnell paid $5 anil costs for^using abusive language to OHicer Cant-^w ci: and disturbing the peace. O'Donncll^insisted that he had ^done nothing^ and^claimed that the officer had arrested liim^for spite. Several witnesses, however,^testified that he hud used some very' vul^^gar and abusive language, and the court^concluded that a small line would bo just^about right.
MikeBrady was arraigned for vagrancy^and pleaded not guilty. His hearing was^set for t ^morrow .
lleei-at I'ive Cents a Class.
BlTTK,July l^. -The cheap-hecr move^^ment appears to !*^ causing considerable^uneasiness to some of the concert hall^people. To-day a proprietor of one of^these places stated to a SnMi.vim re-^IHirler tliat since so many of the better^class of saloons had begun to sell beer for^a nickel his business had drop|ied to a^very' uppris-iable extent, and riaMMSd that^others of the concert halls had been simi^^larly affected. He said that if tie More*^incut continued the time was not far dis^^tant when, in his opinion, the concert^halls would have to close* up, as beer^straight at I cents a glass appeared to Is* a^greate r attraction than beer at a bit a^glass with a woman t/^ serve it und enter^^tain the purchaser.
APICTURE OF MISERY I
Depravityin Its Aululness Found 'in^a Hovel.
WORSETHAN WILD ANIMALS
PersonsWhoso Sense of Cleanli^^ness and Morality Is Entirely^Obllterated-Two Horrible^Examples.
Tothe I'uldlr.
Theundersigned have for the last two^weeks fought strenuously to maintain^prices in keeping w ith the g.xsls handled^and to uphold wages. The drift of tho^community, though, bus lieen for five cent^Is i r. and not to be Is-hind the times. We^^inke these means of communicating the^fact that from to-day on Pa list Milwaukee^beer will be found on draught at eiur^place ^if business at a rents per glass : also^hot ami cold lunch night ami day. We^hope the boys will see us as usual.
jKliKVMl i.un.^John Stko.mmm..
Butte.July 20, 1KI2.
AH lei MlMef Hurned.
Bittk. July 'J*.^A 4-yoar-eild daughter^of Mrs. Kiehartl Streets of No. M South^Idaho stree*t was severely burned this aft^^ernoon. The* child was alone in the^kitche'ii when the mother heard its screams^anel found the little one wrappcel in Haines.^Seizing a blanket the* mother smothered^the lire*. It is thought the child was play^^ing w ith matches. The burns arc mainly^confined to the neck and lace, and al^^though serious are not considered danger^^ous.
Notice.
Anysociety eir party wishing to bold^picnics can have the Columbia garden*^freesif charge until further notice by^applying to Keuiiev A Hansen, South^Main street, liuttc. Mont.
A.O. V. W.^Fmbleiii pins ut Leys, tin* Jeweler, Ows^^ley bloe'k.
E.H. Garlich* has just arrived from^San Francisco to take* charge of our tun^^ing and repairing department. Mr. Gar-^licbs has be, ii connected with one of the^largest intisii* bous^*s on thr Pacillc coast^for years and is a tlrst-elass and compe^^tent workman in e*very ies|M^ct, and we^are now prepared to take orders for all^kinds of piano and organ tuning and re^^pairing. Parlies having high grade in^^struments w ill tiud it to their adv antage^to leave orders with us. All weirk war^^rantee!. The Sherman Music e'oiupany.^112.1 North Main street. Butte. Mont.
W.vnthiGotsl real estate rustlers.^Call on W. D. Fennel- ^Sr Co., 21 Lust^Broadway.
Bl'TTf.,July 2S.- Over ill the southeast^^ern i art of il.e city. Is ginning on the east^side i f Arizona stree*t. and south of Mer^^cury, is a loe'ulity. w hich in a small way,^rivals tiny i f the noted haunts of vice and^wretchedness existing ill some of the large^^^astern cities. Scatiereel over a considers^ah!.* area in this locality arc a number of^old e'nhius and tiiinbledovvn shatitie*s that^were built years ago by miners and arc^now in such a state* of dilapidation as to^Is* scarcely habitable by auv thing save^wild tieasts. Yet the se ruins are occupied^by human beings, but of a class so low^and of morality so depraved, that^only in form are they human.^Hero dwell men nnd women in tho^same manner that dwell animals in a^cave- and with no MBJ rcgaid for the pro^^prieties or perseinal cleanliness and de^^cern')'. Where the pi sir outcasts came^from nobesly seems to know , |sf they are^know n eilily to their own kinel and to tho^policeman w hose beat take's in the locality^ill which they are. Drinking whiskey,^fighting and cursing w hen not under the^llitltlcnoo ,,f opium or morphine seem to^M tin* chief esM upations and amusement^of tlx* wretches, anil some eif tho orgies^that occasionally occur there* long after^other {s'ople an* wrapped in slumber are^such as would make a rcsjicctable person^sick at heart and Isidy to witness them.^Tile most shameless acts ed' profligacy aru^committed there, ami the very depths of^moral and physical ilii'ny have been^re.teheHl by those that enact them.
Illone of the hovels, a small frame^shanty, containing a single* room barely^large enough to hold the bed, stove and^tahie* that are- e*rowde*el into it. livcacotiplo^vv ho claim to be breither and sister. Their^relationship dtics not prevent them from^sharing the same bed and living together^as if no tfea of blood ImiiiihI them. A Ire-^^|ilcnt sharer of the hospitality of the den^is a negro, who is seen almost every night^at a late hour to cuter the hove! ami re^^main until the usual time for the inmates^to get up. loi'cntly the out lit has been^closely watched by a policeman, and ill^order that die negro might not be seen^entering the house a large hole was^cut into the r.-.tr wall of the^shack, through which the* fellow would^crawl. A lew nights ago the inmates^of the* ilen were more than ordinarily^noisy and tlllicer l.eg.-r determined to ar-^re*st them for disturbing the peace. When^he entered the hole* the* women was lying^on the he-el in a perfi i t state of nudity anil^helpless from ihe effe-ets of moi pintle and^whiske y. Her brother was also lying on^the Is'd and crazy w ith liepior and mor^^phine. Calling in u neighbor to assist^MM the etlicer stu'ceeded ill putting a^elress on the woman and. placing her in a^hack, look her and brother to the station.^Against the v otuaii he entered u charge-^of disturbing Ihe |M*ucc nnd a charge of^vatmnr.v was entered against Ihe man.
Yesterdayihe man pit ad guiltv and was^lines! i*:..^, and rostt-. The woman was um^able lei appear ill court until to-day when
sheipleaded guilty and was lined $1
andcosts. Neither bail any mone-y mid^lioth are serving out their lines. N'ovvell is^the name hv w hich the- e-ouple is known,^the man's lirst natne is Charles, w hile that^of the- sister nobody appears to know . An^hour or so after their arrest the hovel they^occupied wus visite'd l*y a Si vMi vltn re^^porter iindei tbe guidance of Ollicor Leger.^The sight* and stenches eucouuli-rcil were^such us to cause the re*|s^rtcr to doubt his^souses. Every thing alsuit the place- recked^with tilth aid emitted a combination of^mVm that are simply indescribable. The^bed wus coveted with rags of what MM^had Im-cii sle-ets, ipiilts ami other bed^clothes, but vv Inch had long ago ee-asrsl to^resemble their original shapes and forms,^and which were so licgrimi*d with grease^mid tilth as to feci sticky to the touch.^Bundles ol old cloth, s and rugs in all^stages of dci-u.v. and all com red w ith tilth^and dirt, were strewn under the l*etl and^table, while a pile- almost ivnching to the^r.-of of the hova 1 ri'Kfoel against the foot of^the lied. A lot of broke* dishes, all dirty^ami grimy, were m-altcrctl ^^n the stove^and table. In the way of Io.m1 a small iin-^e-oeikrd steak, a pices* of hard, dried-up^cheese, a little* Hour nnd a part of a pie vv a*^all that could be discovered. But the lack^of fiNjxl was metre than made up in Ihe^MMnber of h.v p^-dermic syringes of various^grades ami style*Mid bottles of morphine,^in dry and Hqsld b tin. that were* found^on a small stand lie ir mm head of the hod.^A Isittle partially tilled with whiskey was^also standing on the table. What mote^the place contain* d could not lie learnt*!,^as the stench that tilled the MM coiupe'lletl^the v isitors to Is'nl a retreat, and it wus^only after all of an hour bad Is-eu spent^by ihcin in the spsj Air that they eotlld^brealhe without smelling tin combination^of tutors that for a short time they had ill-^haled VMM inside.
InftirmatlontVunlrd.
Asto the w hercaliemts of
(it vni.i s Mi Ki.n/.ii:.^A young man alMtiit l^i years of age. about^six feet in height, dark brow u hair and^eyes. Formerly of Detroit. Mich., which^phtce he left si\^venr* ago. and later from^Oregon. Last heard of at Missoula and^vicinity nlsiiit two year* ago. If he sees^MM w ill he please w rite to Ins sister, or if^any one know ing him sees this, please no^^tify him or send word to BTaXDaAO ollice,^Bun. . Mont.
Miners'union pins. Leys, tho Jeweler^Ow slcy block, only.
Onlyfirst-class stock in w mes, IhjMH^slid cigars ut Met omiick ,\ Hughes .
Jewelryat cost. 1)0 days. Ley*, the Jew^^eler, Owsley hleM'k.
TheI'nion Pacillc railway will soli^tickets from Montana points to Portland^and return at tin* rate of one and on.-^fifth faro on account e^f the I. O. o. F.^me.ling in Portland in Septemls-r.^Tickets will Ik- s ,|i| r,th. Kith and 17th.^gooel icr return Sept. 27.
Firstclass table board jl per dav. 'JO^East (Juartz st eet.
Wantf.d-dosi real estato rustlers.^Call on W. II. l'emier A ^ o., 21 East^Hroadwuy.
LaChapellc. under ( lurk's bank, for^llrst-olass shave-, la cents; hair cutting,^2f^ cents.
Usedin Millions of Homes^40 Years the Steedar4
CopperCity Commercial Co.
Forseveral weeks past we have had a
GRAND
CLEARANCE
SALEf
Thousandsof Dollars' Worth of Goods^Have Been Sold at About^HALF PRICE.
TheSale Must Close without further^Delay. This is the Last^Call for
f
Alterationsto the Store have already commenced. Next week we begirt^taking an Inventory of Stock, preparatory to consolidating the BustlttSl of our^Two Stores Into One. In the mean time we offer
BargainsGreater Than Ever.
TIME15 PRECIOUS!
50ARE OUR ED0DS I
Butwe want to turn as many of them as pos^^sible into ( ash, hence the facilities we^give you of getting the
Bestof Goods ^^ Lowest of Prices.
EVERYDEPARTMENT IS FULL.
Youmay have made a resolution not to buy ju^t now. A look at our Stock^will convince you of vour error. We have the^BEST EVER OFFERED in
DryGoods,
MENS YOUTHS'^^ BOYS'
DressGoods,
CLOTHING.
Carpets,Curtains,
HATS.CAPS. BOOTS SHOES. ETC..
Andare satisfied to lose lots of money on the rsale if we can only make room^for our alteration-, at once. We Blllit prepare for Fall and W inter.
Thisis Your Last and Best Chance.
COPPERCITY COMMERCIAL
COMPANY,
ANACONDA,- MONTANA.

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