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WITHGUN AND FISH POLE Hootersand Anglers Leave (or Streams^and Forests. WANTTO KILL SOMETHING SportingGood* Dealers In Clover^^A Strange Animal Seen by^a Man From the^Mountains. Blttf.,Aug. 10.^ Hunting and fUliing^parties nro daily leaving tin- city for raiils^on feathered .uhI finny gain'-, unci if only^one lUli and one l^ird aro kill^ d l^y every^one that is going out for that aasataas. pur^^pose, the streams ami lli'lils of thu BUMa^will he entirely depopulated of llsh and^fowl In'fore the m-aium elosos. Itralers in^sporting ucads are doing a laud ollire^lius.m-ss in t-miMi'in-nrc of the o\ iT|k^'a-^ering desire of overy male resident of tli^^city to own MM kind of nu instrument of^destt'iit-tioii. The Jefferson valley it ml the^territory toward the Idaho line seem to be^the favorite localities of those iu quest of^particularly huge liagx of game,^vliil-j miiiic of the MM modes-^kporisnieu content laMMM !^^'^liuuiuig and lii-lung a little nearer at^home. t'.felling i^ said to lie MHeuall)^good in almost si cry MM l^ut the hunt-^nu: is n-jiorteil p.Mir. I'reparations are on^fiHit l^y a party of in\adei'H 1o Mi over^iuto MM couniy MM niglu.^'J he crowd is composed of aa lleree and^bloodthirsty rattler* aa. e\er sinned on a^tour ol pillage, anil they gave it out cold^tliat they propose to tolerato no iiiterfer* sajasfrontaayboity.in addition t^^ the usuali ipiipiuento of rods anil tackle and^hip poeaat artillery, every MM^ of the^gang will alio carry a long-range maga-^M rille, and from hints that have baM^(IropiH'd, it probably would behoove the^MtUMI along the NM of lliareli m lock^their ebicMM in Ihe cellars, or else nioiiui^guard over tjaasj with shotguns. MavafsJ^of the ||M in the party are new anil their^owners are anxious to give them their^^baptism af IiKkkI^ as they call it. Of^course, cougars, w ildcat !, mountain lions^or even woodchiiclis would receive the^preference, but if none of these show up,^domestic chickens, eats, dogs or other^tun.ill farm Minimis hail better keep out^of sight until the gang has left the coun^^try. Those guns cost money uud some^^thing has to be killed with them. Speakingof hunting anil camping par^^ties, brings to mind the fact thut an un-^aaaalij large number of people from Unite^and \ eiuity ale l i-itillgthe National park^this summer. Al'l.tiugh the senson is still^quite early alrc.nl\ more people havcgoui'^into the park tii.tu went from here during^the entire season last year. Many of tM Iiartiesnre making the journey ^ovcr-^and.^' that is they are traveling by pri^^vate conveyance and enjoying all the de^^lights and comforts of camp life. A lew^days ago a jolly party left the city with an^outfit so complete that it even included^HMlal musical instruments, whileamoug^the appliances calculated to increase the^^ otnfurls of the lllcniliers were woven wire^MattrMaM und white bed spreads. A^small stove also was part or the outfit,and^u IMtfpri) eil cook was also one or the lu\-^uries iierciieU on top of Ihe big Uiggage^vvai'oll. Saneof the old-time hunters and Indian^lighters, who are still holding out iu the^city, should endtavorto find a wild-c^cd^ituliv idiial who came in from the MM*^ains this morning. Whether lie discovered^a new brand of whiskey or whether it was^the loneliness of his life iu the mountains^that caused him to ace \ isions and hear^sounds is not known, but whatever^the cause, hu told a story that^knock. Jon Klafl'ki's ghost story^attested to by Jack lircnuuii^completely iu the shade. He said that^over in the range of mountains which^forms a part of the Wyoming line hi1 bad^seen evidenco of the existent'., of a^creature whose genus wus unknown to^luiu. He also cluiincd to have obtained^a glimpse of the ^varmint.^ but^always when be was unarmed, and^as its appearance was such as not^to inv ite a close inspection, he had never^sought to get near enough toil to see just^w hat it was. He says the animal is cov^^ered with hair, but ill form it is not unlike^a inaii. a resemblance- that is increased by^ttie creatures bubit of rising on its^haunches and walking on its hind legs^uftcr the manner of a gorilla. Ifter hav^^ing seen the animal Ihe man said be could^account for the existence of the lorn and Iiartlveaten enrcusses of several large^MIM and also of one mouiitniu sheepthat^be claimed to have found in the vicinity^of where the unknown animal apparently^makes his headquarters. The stranger^says he will return to the mountains^shortly and w ill pilot anybody w ho may^desire to visit the locality to the exact s|M^t^where he last saw the monster. AT THE comiquh. TheTlilrty-Itnund Contest llrtwren^Ilurke and .Smith T.i-Mght.^BriTK. Aug. 10.- The ,'SO-rouiid glove^contest between l'atltly Smith and l.ii^Burke ^ hirh conies off at the Comiquo to^^morrow night, will bo the first evi nl given^directly under the auspices of the Unite^Athletic association, and the directors^promise that it w ill lie on its merits. 1'our-^ouuee California club gloves w ill be used^nnd hoth men w ill go in to win. Smith^will tight at Ml MMi while Ilurke^weighs 112. but Smith is said to make up^ill science what he lacks ill weight. The^men have been in training for the last^lour weeks and are both in excellent con^^dition. The association has selected^George Hopkins to act iis referee, and Jim Kruegeiand Joe lliggins w ill oilieiate as^titnckec|^crs. The Coinique has been^cleaned up nnd put iu good shape for the^event, and will sent between 7i^i and sun^people. The price of admission has been^Ilxcd in MaM downstairs, and ^ for lhe^two upper floors. Kv er^ lover of athletic^sports shouhl uttcud this light as the pris-^ceeds will be devoted entirely to siippoit-^lllg base I..ill. Johnny(irifuth expresses a willingness^to go against anylsMlv of bis vveighi.llu^pounds, in a preliminary set-to. HOI FOR ANACONDA. THEFIRST WEEK CLOSED. FireDays Xucressfnllr 1'a-snl of the^bunmii-r Normal Mrhonl. Bvttk.Aug. 10. The first week of the^normal institute elosai to-day. a week of^sueeess in every sasaaat, G hkI work was^done to-dav ill every cla.t. The use of^methods was a subject of discussion. An^educated, thinking and working teacher^is tho llrst requisite. She will attain her^success through her own methods, and^these w ill Is- good. Methods are means^to an end. If the institute can result in^letter cooperation among the teachers its^purpose w ill lie accomplished. Atthe morning exercises Mr. Riley^quoted a passage from II wilt on the^memory. The need of cultivating the^memory was dwelled upon, and the prac^^tice of hav ing literary gems and import^^ant lav. s and definitions committed M^liic.illy was encouraged. Mr.Kmxvltou of Texas and Mrs. Brush,^w ile nl l'liier Hrush. were anion^ the vis^^itors at tli^ institute thn morning. The^kindergaricii teachers Irom t 'aliforuia w ill^be iu attend.inec next we, I;, inn in them^lieing Miss Ibihardson. Barfcshr univer^^sity. ( id.: J. A. Stetson of Ann Arbor uni^^versity, and Miss Kogers of Maine. tVar,^K. S. Steer of Dillon was also a \ isitor to^^day. Thelanguage lessons to-day were prin^^cipally on vcrlis. and Miss Burnett's nuin-^hers wasa also considered. Thofollowing is the outline of lessons^tin memory: HclluitionMemory is that power of the^mind by w hich we retain. IMM and rcceil-^Icet past acts and ulTVeiions. DivisionsHetentioii is the aasasf SV^which coiiscioiisness gr.i-ps and retains a^aaftiM of its acts and alicetions. MMV^lection is the |m^vvcr by which conscious-^ness recalls iu thought aasj acts and af^^fections. Kei-ognitioii is isssigniring the^know ledge, as the identical act or affection^of the past. LawsOf the brain: It must lie in^health; it requires frequent change. Of^iteration: Prssjaaajejrofrepetition| dose andcontinued observation. Of sugges^^tion and association: Present suggests^past: require- attention to: resemblance^^contrast : csmtiguilv of time and place:^cause anil cll'cct: analogy. Kindsof Memory llendy and tena^^cious: spontaneous and intentional; ob^^jective and philosophical. 'lime to Cultivate Memory Through^life: tncbUdbood, objective; in youth,^objective and philosophical; philosoph^^ical. Therew ill 1m- no session of the institute^to-morrow , but on Moiidav morning work^will Is* resuiiMHl for Iwo weeks longer. ]nbis talk on music yesterday Mr. How^^ard recorded himself as against rote sing^^ing and iu favor of note singing, iu^arltbnsetic it was nfliimcd that unwritten^work should lie a|*/M in advance of the^mental development of the child. ALIVELY QUARTETTE.^All lief.ire tin tinirl ^in a Chsrge of rigMMji Bl'TTK,Aug. Ht Hi re^pons:- to a tele^^phone message received at the city ball^this morning, Olliccrs Cuntwcll and^Kh'slcs went down loSoiith Arizona street^to quell a riot which the sender of tin*^message said threatened to cause an ap^^palling decrease in the population of that^part of town. When tic olliccrs arrived^on the ground Ihe battle w as ov i r but evi^^denco enough MM to show that the^conflict hid Is'cn a lively one while it^lasted. 'They also learned that three wo^^men and a bay had btM the participants^in the Ir ^cas and that axes, eorilvv ivoil and^other equally effectiv e vvcu|h^iis hail lieen^used. An aiteuipl was made by the nlll-^cers lo learn w ho had Iwen the aggressor*^but thev found this a ihflieiill task, as^each nceusod the other of having begun^ihe row. In order that no mistake should^Is- made ihe olliccrs arrested the em ire^quartette and took IMM to the city ball^w heie they were released on bonds. Tin*^arrested parties are Mrs. Britton. Mr...^l.eeih.un. Mrs. wiaafMMi atid Alfivd li.^Caddy, w ho is Mrs. Lcctliam's sou. and^w ho is also on ns ord in the police and^district courts under ihe name of Hrowu^charged w ith burglary. Mrs.Ihillon and the Imiv, it seenis.^acted as skiMtiishers and brought alsvui^the general cugagi'iia nl. 'The woman^says that the 1mi^ lias long mad'* a prac^^tice of using abusive and v ulgar language^to her and other ^SOesberSof her lamilv'.^'This morning, she said, the hoy was tieni-^ing In r to his usual daily valley of abuse,^ami as she retorted in kind, the hay bad^jumped over the fence, and vv iih ail axi*^had n.ade a rush for her and her daughter.^Not ill-'ring lo be killed. Mrs. britton said^she had picked up n ehib, and as the boy^came within range she had let aita have it^on the In id and knocked him out. 'Then^the real battle began. 'The oilier two^women tiNik a liaml.a^* did also several^others, each armed with a weapon of some^kind, and Mrs. Ilriltou was compelled to^retreat into bet bouse at'd lock the disir.^One of the b^lligerel|ts was so blotsl-^thirsty that she went iu seai-ch of a re^^volver, anil had not tho word passed^around that ollleer^ were coming. Mrs.^Britten would prol ab!^ have been drugged^out nnd severely battdled by the angry^crow d. INPOLITICAL CIRCLES Delegatesto tbe Two State Conventions^to Be Held. POLICY OF THE PARTIES DemocratsWill Send the Delegates - totho Bozeman Convention^to Groat Falls-^People's Party. Bnri:, Aug. 10.^ Thtv policy of the re^^publican and democratic pari ies is likely^to Ik- euiirclv different iu this city in re-^gard to the selection of delegates to the^second state convention. The delegates^to the democratic state convention at^(i:eat Tails w ill lie the same as the dele^^gates to the lira state convention of the^year, held at IMM in June. Chair^^man Collins says thai this matter is o|^-^liolial with the counties. They can change^their delegates il Ihe;. want to. In ibis^county, however, no dispo.-.ition has baM^shown to hold lew primaries and select^new delegates, and as no one sit-ins lo^favor a change, or desire one. it is likely^that the Bozeinan delegates will appear at^the convention at Great Tails. Thismutter has been the subji'ct of a^gissl deal of talk among the republicans.^tiH^, and it is understood thai the repub^^lican |M^licy will Is- different and that^primaries w ill Is- held toa county conven^^tion, and a county coin cut ion held to^select state delegates Indole tho repub^^lican stale convention on Sept. ti. Ainee'ting of the republican county^central committee will Is' held at To'clock^m-morrow evening to Dually determine^this matter, but there is little doubt that^tho old deleg.in s w ill !^^ considered to^have fullllled their duties. The commit^^tee will probably tlx dan s for the holding^of primal ie- throughout tlm country, and^a date for the holding of the county con^^vention. It is likely that the primaries^vv ill Is- hi !il some day next week, or early^in the week alicr. llcccntlya great deal of interest^has MM shown respecting these^primaries by the numerous candidates for^county nfliccsw ho uaturall.v are interested^in getting as many of their friends in tho^county convention as jsissible. The con^^test over the nomination for sheriff is get^^ting particularly warm. The candidates^for the |M^sitioti so fur as they have been eeerdfrom iu ihe yaeaipoa lac street are^senses H. Gellajfuer, the present uuder-^shei.lf. Major R. II. MaMOronk, the old^warrior. 1*.. \\^. W'vnne. c\-u!dcrmati. I'at^llolaud. lormerly president of the Hutte^Workingiiicu's union, and W. W. Adams.^Ihe ice man. It la likely lo be a nip and^tuc k race from now tin. w ith pro-poets of^one or two pen entries befeea the race is^called. The name of Deans W. In ill b is^also MM fns'lv mentioned for this posi^^tion, but friends of his asj be is not a can^^didate lor sherd!'. 'Theie seems to Is- inor*^aatlvlty thus far in regard to the nomina^^tion for sheriff than over any of the other^efllecs. county or state. Itis not expes led that the deiins-ratic^county ('.invention wdl be held until after^the state convention, and probably not^until several weeks after the icpublicati^iiom.n itions arc mad^. 'The republi' ans^ma^, ii-'W ever, at their eoMty convention^select dideirates lo their stale (-niivi-utiou^and I ben adjourn until after ihe statei'ou-^M-iitiou l.i lore aofnlastbsg their candi^^dates for count;.' offices. Accordingio law it is not possible for a^county . -Ill- i.iI to senre m ire than two stie-^cessiv e lei ins. and consequently Char|cs^1^. I loot h. thecflleu nl count) ^-leiU. Harry^C. Kessli*r, isiuniy ireasnier. ami John T..^l.lov d. sbcrifl. vv i!! not Is- candidates for^raMMMMtlM. TheiM'oples'partv vv ill hold its couiiiv^coin eiitioti at ^ a pi Ice hall at t o'eserb le^^ajMr .-ifteinoon ai d psoajaaea lo gei a^complete c iiitity iickei iu tie- field before^I be old parlies have their men. 'The vari^^ous candidates iu lb^ licld lor the peoples'^fsiriy nominations were given in tho^BTAMDAJtt) of Monday. TheMnnlitnit I nlun I'rrpuriitff In Caen^(irnit ( ninili In the rii-ntr.^Bt ri K. Aug. -The Montana I'nion^Railway company is pivpuring to carry a^tremendous crowd of people lo Anaconda^Sunday and tin^ chances art* that nearly^MH the |ieople iu Ilutto v. ill attend. 'The^trains will leave Butte at 7:;50 a.m.. and^1^: '.' a. in., and at 1 M p. in. Retamiflg^they vv ill leave Anaconda at U. 0 and U p.^in. Then w ill be a programme el U apottfl^atid in addition voting contests lor the^most popular young lady and forthemo-t^pnfmlar foreman. Mines generally will^shut down ami It isessjeeted tbet siery^miner in Hutte w ill go to Anaconda. Atllrrr I mli'i- T..-Ilsy. Bl'ttk.Aug. HV^ The P. o. s. of A. is^expecting to have a grand picnic to Deer^Lislgc t i-morrow. Tic | icnie will lasi^two days, or at least the tickets w ill Is*^Bead foe two days, and MMH will attend^on MM dav. .vil\crwarcat cost, 'JJ days. Leys, the^Jew itc:. t^w slcy bioc k. ' STHEET K A K1H TRUE. OIHcrrsOn Ills Track ami lie May l.ivi.^In Haiti- Again.^Bt'TTt:, Aug. 10. -The chances ate that illa vri.v few days W. H. 'True, ihe ul^- scoudiugstreet cerner ial-.li', vv ill Is- a very^i much surprised man. as an olilcor is now^( on his way armed with the necessary^| BJMM to arrest liiiu .mil bring him back to^1 Hutte. After Title's second an est on n^! charge of grand MMfi lie secretly left^I the* city, leaving Ins bondsmen ill the^I lurch. 'The amount of his bonds was ^i*4)^i mid he probably thought that boeaene of thesuiail amount hi- sureties would niako noattempt to bring bin back. When lie^1 left it nu' known that he had lsillght a ticketto 1'i ealello. but it vv as not know ii^1 w here lu^ v. ent to In-in tban until u few ilas niro w hen some ol tbe returni dexcur-^] sionisis said they had seen bun at Denver.^] His b ind .in ii le n u^ I this an I at once^j tiHiU step- tos. i ure bis return.Wnb Ibisole^I jit't in v lew tbe assistant collntv altorltcv-^j went to Ib-iena vesteida.v anil mci.led a retraisitloafrom Governor Toole, u.- rc-^lumed last night uud Ibis aftertsooa Mar^^shal Small left for Denver |o bring True^lark. Iu additi'in lo bebsfl bf Id lo the^district court on a rhurge ^ I grand lar^^ceny, 'True was also under bonds for his^appear.inee to stand trial lor aatMJ^mods me w Itbi ut a liestiee. Iorcverytiniig m tie^ liiils;e line call on^^^r ndiltvss 'Tiie ^l.crmau Mu.-ic evuiipauy,^bUkorth Main strict. Butte. Workmen'st.i'Sml Lml-^e. Bl'TTK.Aug. 19, On Monday quite a^delegation of A. O. I . W. MM will go^icertolircat Tails to atteii I the session^of the MMi hslge. w iiich MM 'Tues^^day morning. Among tbe Hutte men who^will attend an W. C. Haicbelor. II. S.^Clalk^ S. I . C.railiev, t.eoige |*asei-e. Jolm^PawL Dan Hastiaaa. Dr. Hammond, Dr. Holmes, Dr. Iii. T. B. Mdhr and CseonjeShale. Maliv will also allend^Irom Anaconda. Deer Lodge and other^port ions of ihe state. Nevadasample lloauis.^Call nt lleynitin A- OlMl'l Nevada mmraeaasand dnuk blue Hmm isa-r,^the beat iu the city. IVoploknow a good thin;: when thev see^It and that is why they arc buying ill the^Central school hhs-k. One hundred and^sixty feet frontage has alre.idv Isen sold.^I'rices an*-a per cent, lower than any^oilier business prop.-i ty m die city, and if^you contemplate purchasing you should^see W. Met . White A ^ o.. at once. The^$fs).(Xiq public binary building w ill be put^up immediatelv. and a live* lory building^w ill also be eonstruoted nti the corner of^Park m4 Academy streets as mm as^plans an- completed. Noticeis heieby given that the firm of^Nichols A llcnnc-sy, doing a general^teaming business, has this day dissolved.^Niehol-. collects all money and pavs all^Tails of the late firm. August 1, UmL J.^Nichols, W. ).. Ileuuesay. Theraces are over: tint thi' race for^bargains in Ik sits and slas-s still continues^for the r^ liable Isnii and shoe house of Ira o.Maaa. M K'eel Park streaG BmjMat Southern hotel, is^, Mff ^ eek.^Hana made bnMl and creamery butler at^Dan Tewey's new Sail hern hotel. All ateaisl.i eeats, Wlivlie vorried with Ma when a few^doll.,is nveatetl in our uatetil slkling^screens w ill keep them out. II. I. Illume.^7n West Park. I'egularMM Ma IMMI^lucels at all hour- at Ibe Nonpareil cafe,^;^ La.-1 MvsadtH av. Try it. Surecure for Mas. BWMo'l MM^sliding screens, 7s West ;'ark site.-;. Wa*cb*' at cost, :^^ da) s. l^-.vs. the Jew^^eler, tlvv slcy block. CI. Usediu Millions of Horses^40 Years tiie SUniari DRESSMATERIALS. ShortLengths at PRICES! REMNANTS,Many of which contain sufficient for^a Dress, are offered at One-Half Off^Usual Figures. FancyDress Patterns at $ 10.00, worth double.^Fancy Suitings for 50c, worth 75c a yard.^Storm Serges, all shades, 54 in. wide, $ 1.25 a yard.^Colored Cashmeres, ^ 38 M 25c a yard.^All Wool MM 40 M 50c a yard. FancyBlack Bedford Cords, very choice, 75c a yard.^Cray Beige. 40 in. wide, at 75c, worth $ I a yard.^Black and White Plaids and Stripes at 75c, worth $ I.^Black and White Brilliantines, 50c a yard. DressTrimmings in Endless Variety. LaceChiffons, all colors. 75c a yard. SilkRuff lings, all colors, 50c, worth $ 1.00. FeatherEdgings, all colors, for 25c a yard. VictoriaRufflings in several shades of New Changeable Silks FancyHand Bags for Ladies, the Newest in the Market. BUTTECITY. MONTANA. FIFTHANNUAL_ I* PICNIC ok the^- HUMIIH RAILWAY at on SUNDAY.AUE. 2B; $1,000IN CASH PRIZES^$1,000. Bntfiiiotto Grounds Dancing Pavilion, tiamcs, Free. andl i e j Lemonade. FreeIce Cream, LISTOF SPORTS: iNrst-Drilling contest: first pr'zc. (ISO) asrasjrf, $ Mi. HWMCO Iriasas mi sssitsat, I laasj in -til Mont.ma.^Si 1 ^^ml Kiri-iiiiin's tf iirnnnt'111 : Urat prltc. (ISO; w*^.iiu|, f.'il.^lliitvl Laofasasgasaa.Patta vs. Anaaajsilai arias,(MsV^raurth CoMjaina mslrii; |M ts.$iCa\ Kifili liiiniiuitf lurli j 1111 ^ 1 ^: llrst |ir:^^-. J7.mi: w-n i;i|, }.' n. himii Runnlna l^na Jurun: Isat arias, wtMt ssrana.WtM*^^erHrth Raaaiiic hots cVt|^ ami jun.p: thsi pi n-. cn. ^^^^-^unrt. ^.'.mi. Eiiiiith-MaaxUsjg Mfji Jasasji liist arisa,STJ0I ssasjas.IfcOB. NinthTbraa ina li^ary aaaasasri Tr^t prirc. fT.'iO; second, tSJHk^'i'l-lilli Tillltiiif li*-.i\ v slmt : pt-ix.*^. -7..ill ati-l EbncnlhTtimwsiaa lulu baMMn**r; priiaa, I7J0ami J.'.jU.^Taelltli I'liiiitiK liulii shot: prut-s. ^7.o^l ami IU.S0,^Tstllicsulll Staudinfl Ions* jump : prises, *7 .*^|i ami r-'. -0,^rtasrteeats Pala raaltins; pt m -. ^'. -n a nti s..jii.^Kiiii'i-nih Poutaaeai prise., $7.^o a mi^Kialeetilli I Inns im- rar link : prues. 17.50 ami $.'.j(jL^HrreMeaath HuxWu i nn-; prises, *7 Masai f'.'.SU.^L:|rlitit-ntb- I^iiitvs' wain; pr.xi-s, $1,1 ami MUEIZBY THE S LVER BOW CORNET BAND. Specialtrains will leave Butte at q a. ni. ami i p. in., ami Amu on la at g a in and^2 p in. Returning leave Deer Lo lye at 6 and n p. m. Farefor round trip, includ n^r free ice cream, free lemonade and free entrance^to all gamet. $ 1.00. II I RumcII. chairman and tie.u^urcr; J. A. Me.Mullaa.^secretary, committee of arrangements.