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THEANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, x8Q*
I DEADWfflJS MONEY ElevenThousand Dollars Sewed Up in^tbe Old liner's lattress. QUEERTHINGS IN THE STATE Hobs,Docs. Snakes. Fish.Gambler*.^Indians and Steers-Adven^^tures More or Less Thlil-^insr and Romantic. SamuelGarrett,an old pinnoor li\ inn mi^tliu ltijx Hole river, utxjut mix mile* aliovo^l^i'\icy'n Flat, died last Saturday iiiuiti-^ing. presumably of i_'^ ^cral d^ bility. He^Imd Imn-ii sick for several days and liis^initflilmrs advised liiui to e.ill a doctor,^but the Hick man refused to dci so. Tim^^la^ ln'fore liis death several of bis nei^li-^Imrs canto to visit him, but he had the^door barred and refused admittance.^Next luoriiini; the people living in the^nearest bouse saw Ins cabin ileor open,^and on going ii|r to the. cabin found Oaf*^rett lying dead ncrosi* his ImkI. It ^as^^surmised that tlio dead man had money^hidden somewhere on the premises^mid a search was instituted. After^diguing in several places IMMhatf}^sugtested to search tint matin's*.^It was cut open and a package dis^^covered in it. The package contained^four certificates of deposit of tin- l'irsl^National bank of Helena to the toial^amount of S'.i.lUl: gold coin to the value af^STI'i and SCOI) in one-hundred dollar troas-^ury notes. The money and oilier valu^^ables were brought to Dillon ou Monday^by Colonel Dolman and turned fiver to the^clerk of the district court. Thedeceased was about sixty years of^r.gc and was an old timer in the slate. It^is siip|Mised that hi* made his inoiie^ while^mining in German gulch. Tor many years^past he has !iv^ d the life of a miser and^only a few day* before his death In- lis^fused to pay a small bill that was pits^scnied. lie has a brother in Pennsylvania^ami i^ther relatives in Ireland. They have^Iwen notified of Ids death and w ill lie en^^titled to the estate, which in addition to^the sum named ulxivo consists of a tract^of laud and In or 00 head of cattle. DMtt^BsVMttatrt * +* Tookii Steer. I.A. II. ( arbis had a thrillingailventiire^Saturday morning, that bid fair for a^while to scud him capering up .lie gcldcn^stair without the traditional harp accom^^paniment. He had corralled a Milk 'liver^steer of the wild, fiery and unt.'.nic 1 var^^iety, the night previous, anil on visiting^the corral in the morning it was found^that the animal had broken out. It was^found a short distance away ill auotliet-^corral. and as MM as Mr. f'arliis entered^the enclosure to dispatch the animal, the^maddened brute made a rush for him pin^^ning hini to the fence anil attempting to^gore him. Mr. ('. could not escape and^aniiihdatioii to him seemed imminent,^when with rare presence of mind he its^liiemhorod that he had a gun in his pocket^and drawing 'it. pnieiscded to empty lead^enough into the animal's face to make a^galena prospect of it, and w hile he only^stunned the animal he made Ids escape.^It was a close call.^ilary^rillc Muuntaiif^rer. ** Abog Unit 1'liivn Rata* Theaccuracy of the follow ing is vouched^for: On Saturday afternoon tile finely^b ed Gordon setter, l'aro. owned by Jolm-^nie Kepple. entered the Capital gambling^house w ith a |M bill ill his mouth. Going^to one of the faro tables the dog dropped^it on the ipieeii. To say that 1'iaiik Cum) -^bell. Mm suave dealer, was surprised,^would be putting it mild. Hut raM**frag^himself after a few moments lie asked the^dog if he wanted a copper on llie spi. 'fh,,^dog barked as if in the affirmative, so^placing a copper on the money the dealer^made the turn. Tliei|iiM^n came up a^smiling loser and the dog won. Taking^two - In bills in his moiith. l'aro nave them^to his master.^ tlvleua luilrjtrutleiit. * ** Theruh iiiul tin, I liter Whilefishing recently the editor got^Is-yotid his depth in tin- river and lost his^entire string of fi- hauda very valuable^ting in his struggles to get out of the^swim. There is u reward out lor the |bh,^dead or alive, as there is a strong sus^^picion that they sand bagged the editor^alid swiped the ring. Itittrr Atti Uixjlc. ** AI'nrliius lUttle. Ahog of the male |^crsuasiou was^ at^^tacked by a pack of town dogs .\cstcrday.^and after a vigorous set to, in which hon^^ors were aliout easy, some of the canines^KiH'mcd greatly surprised at the able and^effective defense made by the porker.^^Yellowstone Journal, 0 Poorl.o 'l oo I'rcsli. Ahand of Indians w ent up tin valley^last week ostensibly on a hunting expedi^^tion. It is a source of great dissatisfac^^tion to the settlers to have their game^killed by invading hands of Indians while^they, themselves, are forbidden by law to^bunt. ^ MHsT l!oot staffs) ** S'nnkr*Looking I |^. JamesDunn killed a large snal;^ in the^yard of the Murysville hotel one day last^week. It was of the s|^ccics known as the^spoiled adder, and we liclicvcit is the first^of the kind over seen at as high altitude^as this. ^ Martixritli' M^^viiftti,,fn-. - p ^ ^^A Mixi'il-Hp Batal l^ca|. Bint..Aug. 1-.^ W. H. Huehiiisou mid^J. I.. Demiek. arrested yesterday on emu-^plaint of I,cvy i'articr. for ^Iri\mg cattle^off the range, were examined In-fur'^Judec bdily Kwlay. Tliev admitted hut ing^driven off a horse, but claimed the right^to do so, as they had bought the annual of^one Patterson, and that 1'ettersoii had^told them to get the horse and brand it.^I'attersou testified that he had sold Un^^horse to defendants and also one tot ..i- tier.whieh had canned Cartior to think thedefendants were stealing his bdtno,^The horse lie sold t artier was a |yaf^otd^ahile that ^hieh he bad sold to theile-^f -lalnits was a f-\ear-old. The court^d.seharged the aceusetl. holding tiiat no evidenceexisted showing Manna guilt^ of^any kluiiiuus itnent. hai.ii!it-iiour 11^. WUIHtJtOTOlt, Aug. 12. Solicitor Gen^^eral Aldrtch of the departinent of luetics^is preparing an opinion in roganl in the applicationof the eight-hour law p.iI atthe last session to public seiv.ee and^public work* and contracts. ToosVafl iii Itei-tlt-ntrr. rochmtmlAtig. 12. The races were^postponed to-day. the track l^cii.g muddy. FELLUNDER T_HE WAGON. TheLittle Hon of I^. I~ Hlrkry Meets ,^Willi a Vrr.v Serluun Arrlflrllt. Btrri.. Aug. 12. - This cv^ ning shortly I^before ti o'clock the little son of 1*. K. J^Mickey, residing in K.ist Hroa.lway. was^frightfull.x wounded in a rutiawan accident^which occurrcsj ilirectly m front of Mr.^Mickey's residence. The boy had liccn I^sent to Andrews' grocery store in llast j^Park to order some groceries. The gro^^ceries were loaded into the delivery wagon^and the driver, a young man named Man^^chester, invited the boy to get on the seat 1^with him. and he would give hini a ride^home. The hay did so and even after the^things had been unloaded af his father's .^house he i-emaiued on the waeoii. Alter!^unloading the goods the driver attempted^to turn the team around and in doing so^one of the forward wheel* struck ^ nit I^causing the horses to Iss-ninc frightened ;^and they broke into a run. The sudih-u 1^job threw both the bay and toe driver out ,^onto the horses ami then onto the ground. Tuewagon upset and b-ii mi the Imiv, -^w hile the driver fell to one side and was^clear of the wagon. The horses kicked I^and plunged until they broke the tongue 1^of the wagon and got clear of the wreck, j^aflerwhieh Ihey ran away. Several per- j^sons w itticsst d the accident and went to j^thclsiy's assistance. At first they thought j^the little fellow was dead, but he sjicedilv^gav e signs of life and was tarried into the^house, vv Idle messenger* sent for a physi^^cian tnenjeed Drs. (oititt and Monroe, w ho I^dressed the Is.y's wound-. They found j^that the injuries were not as serious as at^first supposed. Two large scalp woiuiils,^running parallel with each other, extended^across the left and bai 1, part of the head,^and a similar wound extends almost^across the emire forehead and well dow n^onto lite mise. v hieh is split. I'tdess some eomplie.itions on-.ne. the doctors do not eoiisidcithe wounds necessarily fatal.^FESTIVE SEWING MACHINE AGENT WitnessesSwear Tlit-v Wouldn't Holler*^III in I niter (lull.^Hrm.. Aug. 12. John Hi adv. a sewing^machine agent, w as given a preliminary^lieanug Isdore Judge Muldisin this aftcr-^111 m 111est S c harge of i-h'-aliujr, preferred^by \V. K. Williams. In his complain!^Williams allege- that Hrady representc^l^him -e|| toll. I . Rosa of Dillon as an tigent^of William.* and as such alleged agent^st-t lied i lav. suit w nil Jtoso by which the^complainant ST as d.-lrauded out of tlit^^sum of tfJODk Denial of the charge was^ntadebv Hrady. who admitted having re^^ceived s.vi fiian ilose, but said that it was^on nuoihcr tr.iii-ai'tion winch coiie.'rned^only hinaall ..ml Ivose. I n ^ latter, w ho^is sheriff ^^l Heavcrhcatl county. corrolMir-^ateil Bnad) and -aid that he paid llruily^f6U t'ot per-oual s-.-rv ice.* romloivi!. Sc\- emlwitnesses for thejpeoeeevtksa sssnes^thai Ibey would not believe Hradv- under^oat h. v. hila one or two others testified i hat^Hrady had admitted to lhoni that he had^collected tiie money alleged by Williams^to hat e been Bollectefl by him. Tiie court^bald Hrady to appear to the district court^and tixed hi - Ism.I at s'_im. SINSAND SINNERS.^People Who Arc I i 'JYmiMr anil Aim ill iti.-pastas court. km,Aug. 12. Baaaas Savage, Wil^^liam I begins, t harles t (dell. I 'i ter I iirrati^and Morris Wilson, arrested .vestonlay^charged with Inc.iking into the Cohhnu^bouse, were arraigned in BSSBBSaaVrlSS^^day on a charge of burglary m the second^degree. All pleaded not guilty and were^remanded until next Wednesday for^hearing. (harles Trailor. arrested at the race^track ou complaint of Mrs. I., ti. Leonard^of Anaconda for stealing a p.mi! check, was^examined on a charge of lan*eiiv as bailee.^He was found guilty as charged and held^to Hi'- district court in the stun of rl.'o. CharlesHums. Mike MeAudrews and^l*aw ti ncc l.aiiieaii were arraigned as v a^^grants, l.auigan pleaded guilty and was^line.I sin and BOSts. The other two^pleaded not mUtyand will be tried Hon-^da\. Dan Malionev and Pate MeDerui ^ti^were fined s2 tind costs each tor plain^drunk, ^-lapaiiese Tomtu^^ v as to have^1m*:-ii tried tor v agranev . but his ctisew a-^csiutitiued, as was also the piidiininury^aiaialaallnsl of Dr. Harding lor illegally^practicing medicine. s ALL THREE ARRESTED.^The Ink*' llriclegroion. t lie I'ake Miaitlcr sadass Fake ^Tssaasa lit! 11 . Aug. 12. laa Davis, who went^through a mock marriage with Lli/als-th^\\ alker. was arrested on a charge of cheat^^ing. The MM w ho iilliei.iied as **ntiiii-^ster^ was also arrested to-day and turned^out to boa ti Host named l.rnest Tiacv who^bangs about concert halls and such places^and vv ho a - hurt time ago w as conv icted^of vagrancy. Tiie witness to the ^^cere^^mony^ i.* also under arrest. He gave his^name as John Murphy. I'ficHunt nn I MsjSj Man.^HlTTt. Aug. 12. I'or several weeks an^enterprising colored man has been push-^ing a cart about the cily at night from^which be sold warm ham mid egg sand^^wiches, and has succeeded in working up^aaSSSa trade among the gamblers ami^other all-night people. His business has^grown to such dimension* as to make^some of the restaurant people resent his^intrusion upon their lield. and in order to^stop him J. M. Hlakelv, who conducts a^doughnut bank lustier the Combination^saloon, caused his arrest t.s-mght on a^charge of blocking the street, filing his^complaint under the ordinance rcgulat ing^back.*, etc. AddItlonif Cspitsl ll-mtiiers. Hrrir.Aug.12.-The folloi.iug names^were le-dav aihle.l to the list nominal ing IBtttta (or the capital I A. Fred Wee, C. s. IShoemaker. Jan.es M. Self. .1. V. Wdkin*. H.M. Pa -orson. W. Met . While. .1. H. I.ev ii. J. S. Hammond. John G, I'van*.^Paul Davis. Jottica Itavtdsott, Duniel I^..^Waldroti. ( . I.. ^ amtils ll. \V. H. Havi-^land. J. II. Jackson. P. L Grsml^'. J. H.^\\ .^ll 'onie. lauiis Tickel. II. V. Kc-s|e| .^Thomas Richards, D. M. N. -.vbro. J. J.^MeHatton, Fred McDonald. J. H. Dallas^glicr. MaslsrsStiff i pper rip.^I'vi.i. Bivi.i;. m iss.. aii.. i.\ c.^Boraea was srraictssd ia the Baaoad dis^^trict court this morning. Ithanj d w it h kill-^in.' !. .^ btlbf r and MaassaathsT, The^pi'.soiii r ple.'ided not guilty to the charge^and Moiidai. Aug. -2. wa. Mi for her^trial. Miss ltoiilon vv a- c n:n:itted w ith-^ont hail. I'iiut'. oi n. St.i i tt-tti ia.. Aim. 12. A dozen fatal^cases of cholera are known to lit,vo ^^-^aajsaaj here, thongli no olliei.d aimnitiee.^incut of the prt'seuci of lie- disease has^been made. Baststo steel snsftMMaet.^Hill tWIHIsTI ^. Aug. 12.- The death^i- announced of Suioinian Pasha, the aas^^artSSff of lkigdad. A PRISONER'S DEFIANCE. He I'fglitii ontcrrs siol Kill, One ef Tti.in nail iti ii shoot* aUassaM^Ptrrsnt iai. Aug. !2.- ^^n laatth of last^June. Martin Heed, who was cmiflmsl in^the Washington county. Pennsylvania,^jail for the u.tinier of Alexander t happet,^escaped tiiid was not KaasjfMi hf tiie detec^^tives ,,n bis track until Saturday.^Illlicers M. Hride and Hit of Wash^^ington, Pa., have been working on^the case cu r since Heed lied, ami after^much work tin \ found hini Saturday con-^BBalaJ ill an ice house tit Noblestow n. near^Washington. When discovered Heed re^^fused to surrender, whereupon an attempt^was made to force the ihsir of the ice^^house and take htaj ^^^ foiee. lii'cd^aaaaad lire on the olllccrs and danger^^ously wound-d OsTsMff 0n% The two^policemen, seeing that tlcy could not^capture Ratal unaided, called for be!p. A^large uumlH-r of citizens of Noblestown^respotide l, nnd a second attack mi the^building was commenced. Shot after^shot caine frotn Kecd's revolver, anil hi*^til ing w its so rapid that no one dan d to^rantttesdose to the ice-house. At this^time Constable Cov le, of McDonald sta^^tion, plaeed himself a' the head of o nmn-^ber of others and I' d an assault ou the^murderer's stronghold. The besiegers^MOB met with a volley from Reed's pistol^and Coii.-table fu) le was instantly killed. Thedeath of this nllicer aasaad couster-^nation among the asesashlad citt/ens, but^they ipiiekly rallic.l and determined SSSet^lire to the ice-house, and thus fol-ce b'eed^to surrender. They were sui-ecssftd ill^starting a lire, and simiii the flames were^spreading from one end of the building la^the nihi r. but Heed did not give hsajassf^up to the ollieers. tin the contrary.as^the flames mounted higher and higher,^null In- saw that he had the choice of^hurtling to di nth, surrenderingorsliooting^Himself, hi eho-e i he laller. The l-eporl^of his iv.olvcr rang out. startling the^ci-owil. aha had not look^.I for such a ter^^mination to the iragedv. Heed's Isidv^was n-cov cnsl *,^oii afterw anl hui Bad le a^crisp, but show ing the bullet hole iti his^head. The crime for which le-od was^convicted and senn-nced to hang w as the^murder of Alexander Chappel. I happ'Ts^vvifewasa most attractive woman, and^lie. d. falling in love with her. planned^and executed the Brians in order to marry^her. He gave his v ietiln pm ..mod vv hiskey^to drink. The bodn s of Coyle and Heed^wen.' hash brought to I'illsbnrg. ^SPECIMEN^SCHMIDT. ariiUiiic iiiii i baeaasss ^feaj Uv^aojatasl^^jaMahsi to tiouiir. SpecialCorresisiiiileni'e of the tttaiulanl. I.tviNi.sinx. Aug. 11. A lining 1 he guest *^in Livingston this week none enstsed^greater iiiicrest than ^Speciinen^ Sehntidl^of ( illllabal*. Cell, liicscll A. Alger anil^ptirty and other distingiiishisl resident of^lbs Eastern states returned from the park^during the past week, hui at no time dur^^ing the arriv al of tl celebrities were thoeSas large a crowd at the dc|s^t as^when the train pulled in from Cinnabar^bringing *'S|m-cimeii^ Schmidt. Mr.^Schmidt has been a resilient of the town^of Ciiinahar e\er since the completion of thepath branch, and during the starlet seasonhas conducted a sp,*'inien -.land^near the ih |sit at that place.^During the winter mouths h^-^sisnds his time in lie mount^^ains on Cedar creel,, preparing his speci^^mens, and as soon as iho tourist season apaneananasaotm to tbe station to aa a summer'sbusiness. Schmidt cinssed the^plains ICi years ago v. ith a team ol burros,^and claims that DtkS of them is still living^on the foot hills in af Gardiner. All of tin^succeeding ictus have Is-en tnsjnt by him^in lie mountains, ami his trip fcS this citv^Was his lirst time ou a train of cars for S6^M ars and also liis licet v isit In Lit ingstoii.^tin arriv ing here he was net at the depot^by a juvenile drum corps, vv ho escorted^him over to town, where be was met by^several old aeipiaiiitalices w ho zealoiislv^devoted themselves to the pleasure^of showing him the while elephant^while he remained. After Ising ex^^amined for a pssneion Schmidt Isiarded^the park train Thursday morning wealing^allarrisouh.il and BOCorod almost with^campaign badges, and departed fin Cin^^nabar, where he expects to spend the rc-^niaindei et his dav s dtspi sing of t|s-ci.^mens to tourists. lnder Sheriff Goughiioiir came in from^the !' mldns milling camp Tln.rsda.v even^^ing ill charge of John I!. Remans*,better^known as '^Jack^ Raaatat Raansey is nntSStdfor tile shoot ing of Allien Schmidt^at that camp last Saiut-day evening. TWENTY MI--N UNDER IT. collapsenf a Ken Bnstdtnsj sTIsh Mai Ill's|| 11,. O0Mdl R, J*. Aug. 12. A building being^ereeted here fell this morning, bur:.ing M^men Is'iieaili its ruins. A search for beds' I^under the vv n-ck of the collapsed buildit'g^was hnnieilialelj hegiiii. The lirst victim^taken out was an Italian vvoikniau. dead,^the txsly terribly maiigbtl. Nsm after^thn-c others were i-emoved in a dving eon-^dilfon. I'p to a late hour io-uiglit 12 men hadbnnn tahen out. ail ssrionsht and four fatallyvvoiindeil. Several of the others, it^is feared, w ill die. The vv.u k of nsntnj It^Is-iug pu-lied for .vard vet v fast. The in^^juries of those taken from the ruins arc of^a terrible nature, the Uhtbt of some Is in j^InfSJ oil, v. hile tht faee and bnttsttOS athsrsare orushsd alnseet bneottd ssssn^^^MltnV LITTLE F.VA GONE ALOFT.^Anv isv II I- lo He llopeil Mic Has, taWetMrtlTate re's nesss BtsMsM About i\^lb rnjsai.ll, Betneen I and I e'eisrh thismorning I va WTnoda, a tstsmtf at^Mrs. litt|'s !^ thjlni Uonet tu South Mon^^tana street, assd fnnu tin eeeedoss ^^i^morphine tnki u ^ oetardajf iftatnjanai with^suicidal intent. Last seen ins a 4nctof was calledand found the viomaii in an itti-^eoAtnlotit condition from t he effect s of tun |ki:-oii.v. hu ll it vv a-- I* lined she had takenk' veral hours before, she rallied^alter that lor a si Ct tittle and ibetl Is-gaii^lo sink again and death ciistiisl. lie- inual- SnCy laSllppjOSed to hive caused her I.i commil tin- dei d. Judge McMurphev triU^hold an nasjasl lo^ny, Cateaaatji^^ at t i^^Urn i:, Aug 12. Tent. Murp'iV and^VTilhnas Cosssnan were at reeled at Silv r^Hon Junction this n(tcruo^^ii l.v UnhttN^Riindc's and Werner for complicity in tin^Cobban house burglary. Murpli^ dene .I allknow ledge nf list affair, hnt Pnltnstn madea clean breast of ev ci v ^hing. uml tiI I the ollieers w ll' l e bt had diapJOSSd of^SOmS III the plot.del-. jtacondii *tantlartt 1 for tale by the following Nrwsdealerti CrestFalls. CtV Tyler,^1' Mnnahsn.^\V I Unrm.^II M i alkliis. AIi lleiltllllK, Ds i asE^ih.|ics ^ Hahlgren.^VI Is,on Ik. I^ l ister. IIJ l avail.ill, yyii fshartsi I'llilipslf org. MrsI. ^ oiskell, af tClitneer. t.rsulle. .ti'wwaat,^Mr Glklarsteaea,^Itecr l.odgs. rD lv^ nvnn, htrasthoS Pniililer. i;eor:e PML^Ratal M.,v. HntMas Ale'it.ni.ltiian ^ l e.,^hah a t 11..tel. KalU|iel. Ktlrenih lh 11Ins.^1 \\ Iteeksea,^I. A Mm ^h. eatnsnastRMhk i'V Kiilii'tlKii, Jattbw mieis. Illllon.Iulloii Mi ii aiillle Co.^Ilo/i-iii.iii. Tsjlar^. Uay. la,IngstoB. aCisnpneslst,^Tale tt .Vsax. fantsh TW Warren. Mhtfh Robertl .uitwi'U. Harts,Wolfe Rriis. tarter.M J Cunnlngluun. Mhnth Mr*J I spr:n,'iis. I'orillelle,lil.llia. Andrew'.l.iekson,^1 i.-iik Walton,^a It l ean. -item, litahe.^C J Fleinitttng. Illl|ii'tItlsllO, MrsPCnhJtd, tTaNasa,Idnhe.^j c MMb Ittiike,lilalis, a.i Ram aOnttal.iuho. I.A Marsh. Bats*^ Hp, m the, lienll.o ir.tuiMiQ, a.i rantt|r, Hi-nilr, t'ol. II.nn.,'.-n .X. hen irerk. Naill ake. I lulu l.ewl,QnM I I. attnt,i ish. .1II ( SJtJi R Co. suni nMssssse, cai Ui' t\ dber. Palsee Hotel S|iok.*ltiel .ills. \vurabttn. Tlii:STAXHAIII) Isnbofer sale a! cTert^news ^tiiinl in Unite ami An leomla. and^rji ill trtlm nmnlnt ^ Mouima nn lbs ureal^Ksfthern,Northern PartBa, Liu-a I'siil.c sad^Uouuiia taiou Kailways, TheGelokatsa rrench Cure, APHRODITINE 19POtft Of a P0S:TIV2CUA^AfiTC^.^1^M tMSCf form^e tD^*fTon^ alafMM^^ ru.iv ili tordfMM^1' ^ i ^ n i \ ^ Q ^^1 .;m di o: h- \.^I*tv i' er stfUltM \:Qui HiniuliuK ArTCI turseciW'rOtiI,nn,ortliri^;.,'li lottlhfiil iiiiii^iieii.ovc rlnduterneaohe ,an^ nts LomoI Hrsla i'.i'.vi-r.WriLe' lines,, lli-iirai^ile.vn rn:nJ la t. t^bsi'L.sM'i: .nul Wenkii^ ^.Ilysle: a.Senouj Prns*^pstiaa. s.s tomal Ctale Ions, Le-teerrnwa, ttls-^^Innss. \V^tik Mentory, Less tit Power and irtu ^^Ii try. which I (neglecteiloften Iroii to pnrasttit j^o'iI sea aril InssnllT' I 'i' o flJN ii hot, tiou*.*^iurlaOA s.-t 11 v i llpnrefi iv of pri.-c^A V. KIT*EN (.irADAITTEII ii giren for C I -v J ' l toeicf i''i'l'. Veil, to ^^. I lllHl ttlQ lllols-y ,f sI'crnv.inent cure Is not ensftea. Vi e bat i t'lo'i-la-lnoftsstlnetlols In run ^i sad v pii 1 sttst,nrhehtro been permanently rates!^1 ^ fbtarttrf ttarH^litti Clretlarliee. Addn s THEAPHRO MEDICINE CO. WesiciuhnjMht^ I'snTt^M.. ub, Iersale :^/ II.A. IVACIIKU, Uruggist. Ill'TTF. MOXT CARLGAIL, Tresllest. E.BUMILLER,H. UNZICKER, V.p. an 1 Treat.O. M. sat SstTt, MUNZICKER, Western Representative. ChicagoIron Works, -Buildersof Gcncral- GoldMills, Wet and Dry Cru-hinqf Silver^Mills, Sn\c.ltin^T. Concentrating, Leaching,^ChlorinatiiKj, Hoistinrr and Pumping^PlaUttf of anv capacity. Tramways Cor^^liss Engines, Compound Hngines, Hoilers,^Cars. Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buck^^ets, Wheels and Axles, and all kinds of MINESUPPLIES. WesternOffice. Lower Main Mice', Helena, M. nt. GeneralOffice and \\'^^\U, C|jbtartAve. mi l sThian ci.hnio, UV \VMI. WOOt, rteibjttt, UAKtlS HALT, Viet Pr-'MiTit. w.m rMfavoi, cmttrn,^First National Bank OKAN VI DXttA, Mt^XT. C.Tpital.----- $100,000. I'mami s. n itasssstteaa4 f/ata ^n BstbMHP .in.ltr insj.e u 1,, i.e .11 1 union-' lliulness. t*.,i-^,e. 1 . n ^ ci atttll mteniii .1 1 1 Ksebaa rs arsea^n 1.-nil.-11. Riifnbnrgb, t,ia^fowt Ihiliiia. Bee^f st. run.. II .ml.1,11;, Ileum an,1 au tbt Late 11:1it 11. ei natni t 1'Oieist'oxtirX'Tst lTrT*tpfhrliintr l a'ltntl itaub Una Tart innsbsbsiiuasl Hask umals MI s *a| o \ ^ o ^an I 1,in. |,eu IIsh Sat mi ii Utah itanlen Hnae,Iti,01 tire \ Co Unite M'h'ii.n^' Mtthwai Hank Il. l.-ia 1amble Urns. 4. l o|^*; | g* NiMU'KTu rRKMTUES l'-t tte nf ^i. F.^I a'ns. net asst Kotiet t^ la^esyflrea^tv tli ^ mi lersiitn - I. .lare-l s. CI a'u.-.-i 1.1 n. .1.1-^laiiilitrator ol the rststs of ILr.Bates,es-^ri a e 1 in th - er latlera of. an t all pen mm bat.^lim rislms a islnst Hie 1 iii^ aereassa. le ssblbit t1, srithine aeee'sari ^tier*. aKblnfssa noatusa:lr'heilis nnbllestlenot tin- netles,^lo the salt Mimlalktrasor, rl bit letMenee at^Mia e. In I lie e niel ot 11^ e' l.o.ee t e net^Is-1,- tie. |i:^-.^ fni Hie ttansi c loa of lie-Inci^^tes! of sa'il e-t lie .1turn s 1 ^tMRERI.MX.^Ailiinnlsir ilor of lbs tttttatf .-^. 1. 11a u., Js ^ .v a t Lau.l Vi..' '. H. '. fiin r . f rur Km Lton MnrtiM to., i^AxAiiixov. Meat- JaQ U^, 1*'-' [ ileTlteat brieby tltea, last in s sieetbui Rhetrusti1 it ill ssnttani. bsM on tie^ i^tn at)- r July. itsj. si assessment of tan (3 enr^^pir sliaii was levii-.l i |, 11 1 i.e rtalliii ,;oeic ti u.lI i'im|i.in^ eavnlilir before lbs 9ttb 'la 1f A11 ,'ist. to \l .1 I'm r.i'r ^.. s. retarv of sa,.|^roniiieair.attbeeAes KttzPstrlek ii strl^^'^l.til^n. A Itenntt. Meet. Anv sto.-^ toon wttleii^assessment iliall rem.on oapskl oil llie .'4l|i imy^nf Aiiru-i. |iv.', siiail he ileeine,! il lllisiMnt net niuhs tnii attrrttesa toriie .it enblh suetlsa.^Hint 1 mess |^n\iitent shall !^^^ mails liefnre. ^nl^: lie so ill en tbe'jttn tajrof September, tats, tt^aaj lbs tellsqoest sw^siaisnt. totstber whq^the i-nsih of stlrertWlat ati'l exiie 11 o ssle. M..till /.I* VTItll'K, beervtaty.M, l ast 1 u^i Mre^t. Auauoaua. Or;- to ^TT i-.v rArnr v. nv unnri^of t lie of 1^ 11 .- .t.it ^ s -.mill t.tu li ^ 111 .iile - latlitrle ronrt nttne Tumi lutleisldlstrlet itiii st.ne of Men a s. la sat lor tiicnniv^tf peer l.saae la tee nutter ef Ihseetaleef^.s. K. l!oii...|.e a,-.' Jar.-1 ^. 1 lavitilieriain.^the aiinim ^'r.. r ..f t s^e*ltts of ^. r, K^m^,^drraistd. karitnj tl.ril Ins p'tuion lier-m pray, llfl111 ^no ret s., ...f cr.ilti ii-.1 e.'a efsabfaaent t^r me i^uri^o-e^ therelaset Inrth.r I, there!^riler.-il l.vth. lariat tf tkieoart Ibal ill |irrMie^ let n- t .i n's. s*e of ss il e i e i speesr heture t 1' ,11 it ii^ r.i-t tsnrl ^ii tstnrat*. He ..ti taj ..f Anismti^ ^. at 11 1.'eii ;n t e f.irT.o . ^ .,; satetsy. st las rear! reset it ssM ilisti t si^Ibt1 ttnit bnnseta Ueer I eU; -. ^ enntv ^t iie,-r^1.. ii i'.t.i.ii.i^ c Bsswbraa srtet saenkiaet^he tffteteii In tue ssi4 sumlalstraler ton.-u ^e^Inn 11 nl Hi.- 1 .'.ii estate of Hi- -am eresesis I s,^K. K.Hlis 1 s sli.ii, 1 e 11,1' s.irv Anil that .1 e-ipt^tf ihUonler be piibiuhiil st lem-t four sue. fe.lvi^ v.e.-l.s |., i|e. Aliai'i till.i MS'lllanl, S tFea,is|T prlntrtl ami piihi|^liej in ,aai Itest^e^iMint.. 11 m. nci:i'i:i:. j,*t^. 1feil .Inly .'.1, t. j. THESTANDARD cids All! 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