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THEANACONDA STANDARD. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 13, 189^.
THECITY_ COUNCIL EconomyBrought Up and Discussed^and Dismissed. ONEWHACK AT THE POLICE Propositionto Make a Cut In That^Direction Left for Another^Meeting -Report of the^Mayor and Officer*. Ilutte,June 12.^The city rnunril^wrestled with the proposition Of SSSw-^Ml in the police department t.i-ninht,^MM nfter cutting the force down to a^total of 34 men they wound up by^leaving things Just as they are until^the next meeting. The mayor and al^^dermen SMSgsded in getting them^^selves hadly tangled up M several^iiuestlons and motions, anil the meeting^furnished a number of amusing fea^^tures. It developed at to-night's m , t-^ing that three of the best posted W m-^hers of the eouneil and three of the^best talkers as well have entered Into^an agreement of some kind which has^the appearance of alliance, for offense^and defense, anil they will probably^create considerable entertainment at^future meetings of the council, unless^that body does about what they con^^sider Is right. The combination be^^came apparent after the principal rec^^ommendation of the rules committee^was knocked out. A petition from^Sam I^. Martin and others asking per^^mission to erect a hand stand on the^vacant lot west Of the public library^building as an adjunct to a conceit^garden was granted Themayor submitted the following^report, which was received and filed: 'ientlcmen:It becomes my duty as^mayor of this city to make | monthly^report of all receipts and dlsblirse-^B* ntf in order that the council and the^public at large may be informed of nil^fin ancial matters pertaining to our city^government. The hooks of the city^treasurer and city ettfh show the fol^^lowing receipts and disbursements for^the month of May. Wo: ReceiptsPer city treasurer's report. Wholesaleliquor licenses HMI Retailliquor licenses fi.^iH.J.^i Peddling 14.*..00 Laundry 83.00 Merchandise :n^.:.o Osmbtlng IM.M Hack10.00 Iletltist llii.tK) ScivangcrIM.no Hillpot ter MM Job wi gonVtM Show10.00 Employmentoffice Ml Men,\-go-roundMM PlumbingHJI MilliardsMl i)ogld.no Railroad^'o.. electric lightsU.M Kentof AuditoriumMlM Cityclerk. Policecourt receiptsWmM Cityenginer, fees40.00 Public Improvement. District No.1....,S4.00 Refund on Insurance, Uugan MJonesHtM Total DlSBUftHBMKXTtf, P8R CIT Cl.llltK'Slit N ^KS.^Public li hrary fund, war^^rants 171 Publiclibrary expense fund... M)9 Salaryfund 1.S47 Streetand alley fundMM Fireand water fund'-'.Tsn Ugh!fund 1,741 Policefund4.::'4 GeneralfundMM S.WW fund 42 Health fund 467 Engineeringfund 240 Sprinkling1.141 Total$13.::7H02 Totaldisbursements for April. IMS17.0U N Totaldisbursements for May, 18115l.'i.nTO 02 DecreaseIn expenditures fof^.May, m:^ti.ci; M Thecity treasurer's report for May.^which was substantially the same us^that of the mayor, was similarly dis^^posed of. Thereport of the rules committee, as^already published, was received, and^that section of it recommending that^no committee should be composed of^two aldelSaea from the same ward was opposedby Knowltoo. as It would ne^^cessitate a r. organization of a number^of the committees. Harrington fa^^vored the adoption of the report, lb'^believed that all the wards of the city^should bi' represented as nearly as pos^^sible on the different committees in ol^^der that the diversified interests might^be better looked after, lie ..aid thai^there were six committees which in^^clude two aldermen from the same^ward, and he urged that Knowlton'S^objectl oi was not well taken, as there^would be no expense attached to the reorganisationof the committee*. Tic mayorsuggested that the r.tnmeml- attoSJS he taken gp separately, and the council went InlMmlttee of theWhole With Byrtie In the . hair to^consider them. All of the recommend^^ations were adopted without discussion^except the proposed new rule, No. M,^'reading as follows: ^No Committee^shall consist of two aldermen from the^same ward, nor shall any MMMMlttee^be comprised entirely of members of^th^ same political part}. KnowltOHrenewed his objection to^this rule, and said Hint the politics of^the aldermen cut little figure, as they^Were all working for the beat Interests^of the city. The proposed new rule^was defeated by the following vote:^Ayes^Byrne, Harrington, Pascoe, vi-^Vtesj and Walsh. Nays^Cambers.^Cannon. Heillg. Knowlton, .Montgom^^ery and Rodda. Theways and means committee pre^^sented the following report, showing^the expenses of maintaining the police^department: ^We And that the cost^of maintaining tli ^ p die. d,nailment^for May was M.224.M. The force for^May consisted of fj nl, n. and upon this^basis it would cost the city |^er year,^not counting any emergencies that^might arise. $S0.6^7.0S. which Is an av^^erage cost per man of tl.:::i.i.;n. The^appropriation for the poll.',, depart^^ment for ls;i.i is fix. d at Jt.Y'iio. If we^should reduce the force four m.-n It^would still cost the city 14.^.pis II We^have based our figures upon the cos'^of the rv.iice department for Mi.,^which is the best month In the year,^and find that In order fur the cliv 10^keep wdthln its appropriation there^should not be mor^ than M m,.n .,u^t. ld on the police department. Byrnemoved that the report he re^^ceived and the police force. Inchjdlng^court officer. Jalbr. chief 1(nd marshal,^be reduced to J!^ men all told, in ordl i^to keep within the appropriation, and^Vivien and Rodda opposed any reduc^^tion in th^ force and used yesterday's^bank robbery as an illustration of the^peed ^f a good-sised police force. They^favored keeping up the psHcs force and^rutting down the expenses In other de^^partment^. Byrne believed in keeplnr^within the limit Instead of running the cityfurther In debt. He believed In^running the city on business principles,^and said that he would be willing to^have loo men on the force If some out^^siders would ray for the extras. He^said that Vlvlon and Rodda were tak^^ing advantage of the action of a fool,^who would have been captured even if^there had not been a policeman In^sight Themayor announced himself as be^^ing opposed to any reduction In the^number of policemen. He said that^economy could be used In other direc^^tions and that the police department^could lie maintained In Its present size^without tanning the city In debt. Pas-^OM moved that the number of patrol^^men be fixed at 30, making a total force^Of U. and the motion prevailed unani^^mously. The marshal was Instructed^to k. ep the force as It Is until the next^Meeting of the council. Anordinance vacating Maiden Lane^was presented. VlVtog'sordinance prohibiting the^peddling of meats, fruits, fish and vege^^tables came up for Its third reading,^and Hyrne renewed bis fight against it byasking the opinion of the city at^^torney as to whether It could be en-^f on ed In the event of its adoption.^Th. city attorney stated that If tli- dlnnncscould ha enforced he would hs glad to See It pissed, but he did Hot believethat It could be enforced, or^that It would be legal. The city has^the power to regulate the Inspection^^I moats, fruits and vegetables, or to^exact licenses that would tie practically^prohibitory, bUI he did not believe that^it had power to prohibit peddling. A jcommunication from the clerks' ssarin* ibly. favoring the passage of the nntl-^i peddling odlnaace, was Med. On motion^: of Hyrne. action on the ordinance was^^ b l,ncd for one week, and the city St-^| torney was Instructed to prepare a^I written opinion as to Its legality. Onmotion of Hyrne all of the bids for^I feeding the city prisoners were rejected^| and the clerk was instructed to ad^^vertise for new bids. This action was^taken on account of one bid not hav^^ing bu n discovered until after the !others had bees read. The following^I bids for supplying the city with lum^^ber srere received: Purtle ^ Lynch.^] III per thousand; Montana Lumber Manufacturing company, HI per thou^^sand; M. J. Council Lumber company.^Ill per thousand. Inreply to a jMgtsSg from one of^the aldermen the mayor stated that^Purtle ^ Lynch are tin outside whole^^sale Iran, and said that It was simply^a iiuestion of the city going outside to^buy Its lumber |n preference to patron^^izing local firms, which pay tuxes and^employ men in (he city. Knowlton^MM it was necessary that the contrac^^tors should ha\e a retail yard, but^Harrington replied that Purtle ^^Lynch offered to supply the lumber In^any quantity from one board up to a^car load, and he moved that their bid^be accepted. Byrne called the council's^attention to the section in the incorpo^^ration act which provides that all contractsamounting to more than un mustbe awarded to the lowest respon^^sible bidder, and said that they could^do nothing else but accept the hid of^Purtle A Lym h. Harrington's motion^was defeated by a vote of li to .1. Can^^non. Hetitg, Knowlton. Rodda. Virion^and Montgomery voting iii the nega^^tive. The bids were then referred to^tin- street and alley committee. Thefollowing bids for grading Ne^^vada avenue from Cold to Front^streets also went to the street and al^^ley committee: Andrew I.eyden. exca^^vation per cubic yard. 2 cents; em^^bankment per cubic yard, 17 cents; J.^P. O'Brien, 10 cents .and 20 cents; M. J.^Whitney, I cents and II cents; Charles^l'.owmun, Id's cents and HVs cents. Ridsfor furnishing fuel to the city^from the Butte Coal company, ilr.an-^dey ^^ Murray and the Consumers'^Fuel company were referred to the^public building committee. Itlds from^M. Heiib ninn and T. H. Mulvaney foi^^ling the city I icksmlthing went to^the street and all y committee. Pro^^posals from N. Olson. T. I!. Mulvaney^and Christie ^ Hulz.nun. for doing the^city horse shoeing were referred to the^lire committee. EPISCOPALCONVOCATION. Minister*From All Tartu of the State^Will Assemble Sunday. CroatPalls, June 11.^The convoca^^tion of the missionary Jurisdiction of^.Montana of the Episcopal church will^convene In the Church of the Incarna^^tion in this city next Sunday and will^remain in session four days. This will^be the first convocation ever held In^(ireat Kalis, and th^ Kpiscopallans of^the city are exerting every effort to^make it ti sin-ess.^The following ministers arc expected tobe present; lit. Rev. Leigh h. Brew* ,r. S. t. D., bishop. Helena; Revs^^tutor C. Ilia, kiston. Butte; Hector C.^Clowes. Fort Ilenton; Thomas I*. Dick^^ey, Kalispell; Charles L\ Dobson, An-^| a'oonda; Robert V. K. Harris. Miles^Cltv; David mini's. Virginia City;^I Sidney D. Hooker. Dillon; Frank It.^, i.ewis. Boaemani Charles H. Llnley,^i Missoula; Philip 11. Llnley. and \V. \V.^! I,nv,'. Ib lena; John I-. Prltchard. Liv^^ingston; K. Gregory Prout, Peer^I Lodge; charbs Qulnuey, PhlMpsburg;^Charles II. Relnsburg. Billings; Oeorge Stewart, Missoula; IMmuud A. Wat^^son. Ph. D., CI real Falls.^^ ^. Might of Butte, treasurer of the^! convocation, will be present Sad eacn^j of the 2ti missions In the state will be^entitled to four lay delegates, or a to-^i tal of 104; and each of the litres par ishee,Hutte. Helena and Oreul Fail^. willbe entitled to five lay delegates.^, There will probably be other Interest^^ed visitors, and It is expected that the^, invocation will attract at least MS^I visitors to i !reat Falls. Theoncers of th, convocation are^I Rt. Rev. L. R. Brewer, s. t. n^ Bat- |Pna, president: Rev. R. O, Prout, Deer Lodge,secretary;O.HIght,Butte, treas- Iurer; Rev. H. ^!. Prout. Deef Lodge, registrar;Rev. k. a. Wasaon, Ph. r^., lit,at Falls. RSV. K. li. Print, Deer^Lodge. Messrs. (i. orge Htiy and P.^i \V. Webster, dreat Falls, standing rom-^! mlttee; Rev. F. B, Lewis. Ilnzeman. ands. C. itiackiston. Butte, examining chaplains. Sundaymorning at 11 o'clock morn^^ing prayer and holy communion will be celebratedat the church. Rev. J. F. Prltchardof Livingston delivering the^i sermon. At s p. m. Hishop Brewer of^i ib lena w ill review the condition of^I the Episcopal church In Montana. Mondayat tM a. m. there will lie^i morning prayer. During the remainder^of the day there will be a business ses-^I sioti. until evening, when there will be^a missionary service and an address^l,v a prominent minister. The work of^th^ Brotherhood of St. Andrew and^oth.r missionary societies will be rc- \i. wed lit tills tilll^. Tuesdaymorning at I'M there will^be.morning prayer, after which will^follow a business session. Papers will^I,, fad oil this occasion and their i ui-^t, nts will be thoroughly discussed.^Wednesday will be woman's day.^i ll.dy communion will he celebrated at^pi a tn After .a short business session^papers ,,n the missionary work of^. w omen and kindred top* S will be read.^^ There will be no Sunday school June^I IS. 4'onlinneilfrom Page One. Hall'sHair Kenewcr is pronounce,! ti e^bc^t preparation made for thickening the^growth of the liair and restortn; that^wbic'i is cray to its original color. thatIt will w .rk no essential, no vio^^lent, no revolutionary rise or fall of^prires; so that men may buy and sell,^contract, undertake and plan for the^future upon a more or less assured and^enduring basis. ItIs because I am pi, ' lundly con-^vine,1 that any system of money^which does not point to substantial^stability of prices is destined to speedy^overthrow that 1 stand here to-day to^support the demand for restoration of^the ancient coinage laws of th,. re^^public. At no time In the history of^the world have such enormous, sn, h^inei|uitnble. such widespread. I n.ay^almost say such cosmic, disturbances^of prices, such unforeseen and unde^^served changes of fortune and oppor-^tunlty occurred since th, evil lay. now-^some thirty years ago. When the coin^^age of silver began to be chocgod^throughout the civilized world . Thefai t, which nobody has gUStl-^ttowed, that more than half the com^^bined circulation of all states of the^Occident consists of legal lender paper^notes; the fact which all admit that^over n'nety five per cent of all ex^^changes of the world are transacted,^not with money, whether 04 SSStgl Of of^paper, lut with mere orders for money. suchas checks and bills of exchange^- thesefacts, together with others, prove^that metallic coins, though made of^both silver and gold, are unite Inade^^quate to justly measure the parity of^exchanges, so that the coin has to be^eked out not only with paper money,^but also, and still more largely, with^orders end promises of money, which,^being limited In circulation to oM ^i^two poisons, amfVlow of movement at^that, have to he continually drawn, de^^stroyed and redrawn. Inshort, the growth of commerce^during this century has hoeu so enor^^mous that the euully bf exchanges has cometo rest chiefly up^u paper money^and private orders for piper money,^the hitter affecting to be exchangeable^or promising to lie exchanged og de^^mand for coins of gold or silver. Concerningthe history of the demon^^etization of silver. 1 am here to un^^fold it to you. because in it is con^^tained the reputation of those false^and traitorous cries of ^uninterested^motives^ ^dishonest money^ and the^like, with which the friends of restora^^tion have been assailed. Themonetary commission of 1S76,^with which I was connected, reported^that the acts of 1 s7^. irere, one of them,^passed surreptitiously, and the other^upon fi'lse and erroneous assurances^This has since been vehemently denied.^I am going to show you not owl] that^the commission was right, but that^these acts were the issue of BWUgCgg^intrigue. Atthe period sf this legislation tins^ratio of value at which silver and gold^were purchased and coined at the^French mints was 1.V- weight for I;^at the mints of the United States If^to 1. In c,insei|uenco of this difference^those who had silver to coin sent il to^Pails rather than Philadelphia or Now^Orleans. Had the opposition to the^coinage of dollars in the two tnelals^and the preference for one metal oven^the other been of American origin, the onemetal chosen would Inevitably havebeen silver, because, in fact, the^silver dollar was worth :'. per cent more^than the gold one, and because thn^bondholders, who notoriously promoted^and supported the legislation of D7I,^would not more have preferred a gold^dollar then than they would a silver^dollar now. HutIn France, indeed, in Raropa^generally, whose mints and markets^commonly followed vast coinages of^France, the gold and silver coins of^like denomination were of precisely^equal value. Hence, to the Kuropcan^holder of an American bond In 1H6-1-4^It made no difference whether he was^paid In gold or sliver coin/provided ^^and this was the point essentially im^^portant to his Interest or aridity PTO'^\id^il that the debtor was deprived of^the option of paying in coins of thn^other metal. Thepreferentf gold was certainly potAmerican, because, at the ratio . t^the American mints gold dollars, when^melted down, were only worth M cuts.^It was therefore Kuropean. We shall presentlysee why these ^cheaper^ dol^^lars were preferred to silver ones, ru^^der tiie cods of Mapoleos it nrai ex^^plicitly laid down that all debts, tageg^and contracts for sums of neMSy, BO^matter In what other terms expressed,^were legally and equitably discharge^^able in the current money ,,f ilk' de^^nominations upon the day of pajru* Rt.^This principle came down from th^- Romin eoBMgogweaJth; it was upheld byall the consuls of the empire ami^of the various provinces and kingdoms intow inch the empire afterwards spilt;^it was supported with gleet emphasis anderudition by Sir Matthew Rale in^the celebrated case of mixed moneys,^and It was maintained by Hi^ United^States supreme curt in the great^cases which wet,- adjudicated by CltS t^Justice Chasv and a full bench. Atthe same time, when the ^ cessl-^tics of our government compelled it to is.-ii hundreds, nay almost thousands^of millions, of | per cent and .^, per I ' tit^bonds, witli interest payable in coin,^the French court of cessation promul^^gated a decision to the effect that ..n^this subject no man eotjld contract,^himself outside of the law : in short,^that contracts for mom y w as . ijuita-^ble. dischargeable m the tuTTSSlI money^of th^ day of payment. Thisdecision alarmed l^UIO|IOaS^holders of American bonds. What^might not these progressive Aim re ans^do with respect to the interest on^these bonds which were payable in coin Perhaps they would strikins ofdebased gold, like ancient Athen^^ians, or SSSIlOf and gun tn tals. Like^the princes of the house of Stuart, or^plated brass, like petty lords of then^I distracted (icrmany. Would th y not^I be Justified by law. by history, by tic^decision so r.iently rendered in our^French court of cessation.^ Most as^^sure Ily. Therewill be but one wav |S gVStl^such a calamity^to desSOnitlUS one .f^the precious metals and tlx the Stand^^ard of the other. Hut wh! h in.tal^should be ibmonitlzed. goMT ^^h. n^^The Amitican governm nt would never^consent to thai, baegaae It w Slid nMtsjt^them to pay In sffVOT bdlae-. which,^under otieration of th-ir SWg law . influencedby our law are worth :: per^i-. nt mon- than gold am a Therefore,^let us endeavor to drsaowetlSS silver,^to us it mnki'S no difference. To the^Americans It Is a gam of J per ecu.^Let us bribe them with .: p. r i^tit to^surrender their option f tn^ ne t.,ls^All doubt as to the kind of payment^being removed, out Am riem bonus^purchased at 10 cents will rise to par^and over. At that tun, there were^one thousand t^ tlfbt'ii hundred mil^^lions of Ameurlcan h ^n,|s :n Harass^M held on Kuropcan at^^^^ unt. Th^ in-^c. ptors of this projei r. whsrt* soon de^^veloped into an actlv intrigue, there^^fore stood to win from six hgwtred to^one thousand million- SUCX w . ^ e the^i itcumstances that gav. to the ^so^^lutions adopted by the Latin nc'iet.iry^union of IHS5. Theoriginal proposition emanated^from Belgium. It was grafted upon^that goxernmcnt the in ^\ tn. nt for the^unltazlon of weights an I UUaSUrSS, the^dissemination of the lie tri al and deci^^mal s^stems and oth ' 'ad.-.^ which^was urged throughout Karoos by nu-^Itn ions societies with respsctghts and InfluentlslfulInnings The monetnri unionof !^^:, was the beginning of that^dark intrigue which, in the course ,^^a few years, destroyed . a -halt .,! th,^metallic basis of nxeney, plunged t1^^rnmminIII world into bankruptcy and pledgedIt to condition- rogUBerctatty^linp'.ssibl, to fulfill, estiHv danger^^ous to endure. These CondltlggS tin MCS^the pages of the world I go not ask^for vengeance, but for Justice. Let the^fund holder be paid In gi Id II^ is not^th^ SngMl one who duped and betray l^us in |Mi and 1^7J. but Be is tin as^^signee, the Innocent third party. up^ii^Whom title then' Is ni stain of frai l Lethim be pgN in gold, a id gold only. hofar as the present fund holders BP^concerned, the mischief is done and it^cannot be equllgMX rsgnlred Hut as^for posterity, whoso affairs we tire^pinning down tw thaonpri toils and it'.-^nd. nuate limits of St .single metal, is^for the futtyc ^oal*A|*X ol contracts,^which 2.^, ySlt's sgVcsKstrophlcsl ^^xt^ -^ri, nee should convince us cannot be^secured by moans of gold money. I^say let us st once restore the ancient^law. *\ Theml,iroW of Mr. Delmnr held the^close attentldg of the. great crowd din ^^ing thi' tine of Its Isffvelf and was^frequently iBtasWgpted by spplause.^The convention! then adjourned until^evening. Atthe evening session Senator Stew^^art of Nevada presided and Introduced Congr.ssm. n Mblny of Pennayrvanla,^Mr. Sibley was gtxsdod With thunder-^^ us spplans,^ and In a two hours'^speech aroused his andltori to a high^pitch nf enthusiasm. II^ paid his re^^spects to th^ president and BeerstaO^Carlisle in very plain language, call^Ing them ^traitors^ for their part m^t!i^ iisaspllSI|^ to demonetize silver^and fasten upon the coumiy hardships^of a gold standard. ^Ws must win^this light In ISM,^ continued Mr. Mb-^ley. ^or WS lose it beyond the life line^of my generation or one that follow ;^it.^ If we lose tills fight In IV'i; f o^great conditions are to be feared^re^^pudiation or rev oration, one or the otheris Ml to com, THEMARKETS.^New York, .bine 1.'.-trading wm SMSt ae'.lre Isthe steel MBrlMMsdas, tng the upward tiioveinentwas not i|iilti' so general in char,^acter as on MSISMSS UM grsSJSJin wern hSSgM^by SSgMShmOO linnseH am! gisiil orders littlies,,^share were reported from tliu nest. t Governmentl,,ui,K-Kirin. futrsssBssMsaayi Vagsd nosed at g.nj bid. ct.ostxn^rn^t D,glggIWjfcWSMdHr^ Improvement V.(^.^^^ reeltteroU iii^, Hreg hi sh irt l.lr.o ....^I . 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Ooppsr(Kesdyj hrokers' price, tv ft ^ n^eliangs price, imjo. ,y Lealstr.iin.'; toekes)' prl'-s, SJ 1.',, ex^change |irice, r.'7H. SeaVor% S.xluor. roltee- tinted net, tt ir.-li, tilt^, .lily. iI.^.,.i H ill, spot Bin 1(1 !. No ; |5 , sugarKsir, easirl fair i ^Rnlsg -' .. esntrl-^fiiL ^:. M I^-:, i ^^ . reiiiiej m, leratoty active.^Megs dull^\\..n: I .rin ,i NonesMarket.^Mens] May; eloe I i l^er it. sseriin; ex. shsagsIrmt ti.to%ij6% for deuiaud sa l W.rs't' I ^^'i for til d SH), itnstin Mining HteehSj Iline \'i Bestaap. sj MsMsaa ' rjMawgssrhest -Jui^,; iBut!n A, llKton.^1'ro.luea. iliC ^aHc'. h).4S. 'r^l^; lorni lap, rwrkLard^li IT.^gSW fl TI. Iteelpts-Wheat,it an htslisli; corn IM m b'.ikie'iiioa'.t, .il.'.on liatlie;^. CHICAGOMARKETS. UesStsjsib^Chtessw, Jane 11 Nrhhj Mary cattle tii^^Masasd was ignis rsn poor sod sit ssssSms^hair bstsMlgrsss) stess meead on nhsxti at w.-aktirh-es sgt jjnml to choice steers si in, - sbswwstgMsw is ti ssrj ^o,m| gssjsndsi i;oodvalues Sone' i* lolce beevei were sold^early at f. -land sales wero made all tie way gawntotajSrSffItStl and coarse ssxgsrni^VMS bulk of the trc^t^tlnn^ at ft :,^.^^.^tows tl 7^k^(4 .M. lui k, f-'iO''.a 9U: buds, t: ^^^^^ a ^ ^nod calves a r'.'ii ''7.1; stockers ati!^feetters, f.'.ay..^ ni, I'.-vans. ciiclisnzetl. Onlystout .k.ii ^i i.e i l o. Iikji arriva l to-day^as aeainst :is.i^XI a we.'k .120, Init enouirti were^;, ft over fmiiMe-t 'i liy to swell the snsglyts^^U.oio head. Tic gruri I demand was |K^ir and tr Isss grsggsd I rents i*t iuu i ^i,.n htiov es(^rilay'scloa'tu nu c.atl ss, Heav.e*. SI g^i 7'.. in \ed. it vi il-^.. i .ha. $i am i..^i^1 -lata sheep arrive.- vt're estun ited a:^.si.ioi hea l, areducun of nearly ^,0ui rrnni tii trr.t.tNou last Uripietdsy, fliers was a tI deitiandfor Ues ritile lots and srtc*^ sere^stresgss, Mg sghw Idsds wees dsd and sesk;^. ar-rfr t.aesol.-'.!^'^;,. fi v^ ^ ^^, fan'-) n^sort srethsss, st ^^ i tv snggM hsnhs st Saw i'i.tint spring lam is at ft O'i 'A nj^it.--,p:s-ta.i,.' ti,'*su, iM.tei, jus. ho-.,,^. sti-ea, lu.'io' WITHM ANSLAl G!!TER ThatIs the Verdict of the Jury in^Crowe's Case. THI: NHWS ^l X IMF CITY PcirkHotel OREAT PALLS, .MOM.^PARK HOTEL COMP'Y. THEMost Liberallr Msnsged Hotel la^the .-state, with all modern improve,^ments, rooms with baths, en suits oe sin-^gin. Larje, well lighted sample rooms forthe commercial trade. ,1..1. KEUfX .Manaaer. PnvDavs at the Big Institutions^Drowning of Knapp Blgor-^statf an Old Offender-^Sale of Real Estate. BrSBlKails. June 12.^At I o'clock^this evening the Jury In the case of^Hairy t'rowe. sttMVSd wMl MWrdST,^rStgnSSd 11 \erdlct of KUllty of gsuf*^slioxhter. At '.' !^ o'clock County Al^^lien, y Kn-eman op. tn d the arsniMHSta^for the xtat,. He was followed t^^^Hunt,a,n and UatfSJSM Nf the BSdSWSe, intlialir ui.eii. .iinl l^slle tdosed lorthe st.it| Tincourt charged the Jury unci tie V^retired at tl p, ni. An hour later th. ^^sent tor th. court to rssMve their retr-^dM and at s p. ni Hie verdict WSS^lead. Th^ Jurors could not SgliS nt ^ii^tin sent,me and h, will he SMteW ^d^Monday. The penalt) is from one to 10years. LOCALBREVITIES. TheAmerican Hi, win* X- stnJtgSg^roespnny, at a stockholders' sseetlng^last uiKiit. elected k i; Lampay, .1^Horn. Bd. A. Retchsl and H. W. Oru-^snvsMi tmstsss for the esmslng year. To-day wss |,ay day at the Sand Oonleecoal ssMea, The 1 m|4oyri 1 IIIBi -ton A Montana SSSelti rs will re-^reive their Mat wages ^gtgrsVsj 1 ^^will the smpkiyes ,d the Caatnor Coal^A laska OOSSpaay, and 011 Monday will^hs pay day ,,n the lireat Wort hem.^The nggregste ^I the.se pay roDi will I' shout 1176, TiieVoiini: i.a,lies' society of tlie^Klrsl M, th,,dist Bptacopnl church will^true a SSMsMSng bse nt the church to^^morrow i-velilng. All ate Invited to participate,.^ special dispatch to this oiiic^^ from Maltastates that William Knapp was drowned.11 that place. Knapp was^one ^t the nnti ,111,sted on a rharge 1 I^ Ing implicated III the rnt Whit,-Cap out race in th^ Little I!^ k-^Ics. Inn was discharged for lack of evi^^dence MrsK. A. Amnion lias arrived from^New York and has Joined Mr Annu m .It i lilt lalee. Wllele slle Will Spllld tile summer. Willi, ni While has executed to (1. II. ;Irlch .1 chattel mortgage for MM 011two horses, two buggies and two^sets of harness. officeri:d Hamilton stated to-day to aStandard reporter that William lilg- erataff,lhdored man who shot HI k Johnshi. the pugilist at Helena Sun^day. was the tirst man he ever arrest^^ed, i-'oiir rears ago BlgeiMsB shot. huttailed to kill, another negro named Ruffhouse, The row Hired in the I XI,, saloon Winn BtgerstslTs trial^was had 11 appeared thai in- acted in^self-defense and he was discharged^RufThoUSe was convicted of assaulting^Hit,est.iff and Served a tin days' sen-^ten ^ in tic county Jail )'ampliationsby the wssthet hwrsas^show that the last rainfall was one of^the heaviest ever n i ordeil III Northern^Montana In M hours the precipita^^tion amounted to 1.7o Inches, a record exiled hut P ur times In IH years. InJane, tssT. this amount was slightly^, (reeded, and in .lute . IM, and Ittne,^ItSt tin- rainfall In a given :'| hours ,-x-^reeded two Inches, Theofficers of th^ lire.it Walls lodge^of the Sheep Shearers' union slate that the*will refuse to uphold the Ponders^sinkers In their demand for I cents^mid board, and believe that the trou^^ble Is m t 1 on, l ining the wag s hut^concerning th^ quality of grub. MarshalDowning returned this^morning from I'asemie. after an uii-^sueeessful guest for two SSM who^broke a Window in DaVlS1 pawn shop^and stole two revolvers. The men sus- pertedare s roung fellow nsmed win^Whitney, win, boasts the title of^^Overland Bill,^ and considers hlmasH ared-hot sport, and a man trtSBM^nam, is unknown, hut who is known^nil over Northern Montana as ^Joe the Kid ' 'I'll, latter is a k by trad,-. He is an old-timer In Montana. comingto K it Benton in ISM He^condin ted a dance hall there ami sfter-^wsrds went to Sun River, Where he^tended bar He boasts th tl th, police^will not let him enter Helena, and It^Is alleged that he was run out of Ma- rysvllleami Anaconda, in hi- room Wasfound a glass , utter wMch only^crooks use. It Is In the form of a tun^^ing r,,rk. Betsresn Ihs progsjs is a smalldiamond, and on each side Is a smallrnkher rswhtoa, \ nUMher of stih 11 knivis were also found In his ri,0111. W.J Kennedy has retired from the^tin nt Kail- Meal company, and deed^^ed P. his former partner.-. ^'. X. Onk- Insonand 11 P. Brown, an undivided oil.-thirdof part sf kg I. hSDch 1.^West linal Kalis. StaM f.-. t. aa undl- sidedone-third ^f lot :;. block Mi, ,.f kd^s. blorh IM, Klrst addition, of I d II.^Mock IT:!. Third addition, and ,,f a nsr-^tain partition wall; consideration, lls.- r.iNi. Theschool hoard will hold a r.gulir^Meeting Saturday ^ Sewing JenniePuller!^fi snd husband deed^I., j. N. Lstrgent i d t. id n is IM; en- sid'ration. MJM Hon.O. i'. Bhlras ^^' Dubnqas, lodge^of the Ualtad staps dsstrtd c urt for^the northern district of Iowa, Is visit^^ing Ills son. Od. I rank I' Sdiiras of^this elty. JSMlgiC. W. Pnmeroy Is In the elty. J(rotsje A. All' n deeds to B, gtsck-^house f ,r MM I 'i 1^. Msefe I in. Klrst^addition. Tin-sssmhtrs of the Ormt of Kor- ett'is will oliserv. Sunday as Thanks-^ghing day. Allwitnesses In the i'r-iwi' rase re-^reived Heir fees to-day. m arly all re-^, iv ing 121 each. EugenePrior and wife dI t^ J^hn s.Butpken of Near fork for $:'.t.'.4 su^aercg in ssetsag hnrgsMp -i. north ofrantji' 4 east. Thefact that llo,sl's ^arsaparilla oneo^fa;rlv tried, heroines the favorite spring^medicine, s(ieaks SSMSBM for its evccl-^luncc aiiJ merit. nsSSSSjhsl^fpmc Ctra. TheNorthern PaSShl is the only lin* e[K-r.-:itie thrsngh Pelimau vesnbuiel^standard slawpiM ears bstwsan Butts sad^bt. PauL City tlekM sMsa ^ KaM Brwad^^way, liuttc. Badwasdrates M Austria, Germin.-^fjasdsu and all points in Kurope. Ticket*^ii 1'hlimgit. T*r~Hotton, Phllsdsl* pbinand all eastern and ( SUSdlnn points.^I all st Hutte, Anaconda ,V PaStSS ;ia^-^feeu^er depot for rates, maps. etc. SsSsey,Bpsad sad CMnrswt^Tan he lad by using the Northern l'a-^rlBr, Tle lr train Is the rlrst to reach^I ^t I'aul. notvvithstan ling the fact It^.,(,.-. not 1,-av. Hutte until lo M p. ni . tir hours and M minutes later than^I trains on any oth.r lint;. Weinstein's HF.LKNVSiut ktt .* PUU^RBW I0W. Ml Shtt Avj. II.MIIMI TACKLE. Wepay poatoze on any of tin foltowlns tic.^kle. It cusU ^ i^i tlie-n [,:.,'. , at ^n ,r i n.t-^oflice Abbeyk Isihrle's Trsut Flies, any sort ymi Biiiie,t ^l mi No-, t, i^, s ,ir in aproat linns. lilliep.te^Ahl^ey ,\ liuhrie's Mip-rlnr (niilits Irm.t t'lie-.any sort mi sain- Innk* as alxiv^. do/entfS^lint Leader-, i f^'t. a f..r ^nti. esters, ^^ feei '^ liutleaders. (I feet, iiouti.e^Braided, nt.ol Nik lane. N... I r ^ -^ -^ ir I^foils WantjS\ds. rRAVsUaBRS*GUIDEi. ANACONDA TIME CARDi. Butte,Ai:sconda ^ Psclflc Rsilwsy. Imo scho'l'il^ '^A l tra ns Arrlre. and Depar; froa Bittx^... 1 ^ Hepot^vnuiv r iv SWAOSSnSA,^I p ..... expeeet. SSI i tl:Mag| V^ i. Il ,:te t\|ir -.s :n ',^in^''- tona' P.'itte agg i.reat WsratSfg^i , rs tbrsagB ir.uus from lj^^t or.ves.I i.iv c nop a sMrsjnib^h agaeanstA]^vo. i r tte Rsprsss,departsdiiy ^-.^sm N, i. i.uif Kvpress for -t Haot and^,. ! . n .ml Western poln.^. de-^rtrts IsksitMsa BLTTG TIMR CARDS. AUVBRTItEM1tNrg unl.-r th* a-id nt^^Implermeac WsatsA,'' and ^Boobm te^Ksst1* | east a wsrd sssb lassrties; under s.l^ntiier tie.tii ni;s. I certs a sera for lbs firs*^ln-ertloti ana I cent a won res rseh ^'^'^^' ^^quent SMsrtlSSk No AJs. t ikes lor .cat IMS rents ClUslile,!Ails per M* n't- r, onth BJh (Counti words to ti.' us o mWil li iii i i' Iylnl'lt s I glM.lll Ml \ I HI III Al'. sec-^(Hid lt(H^r, nsdcy hiM'k. Iiutie tltdeet^acency. we aaVStSSI is^st lilaees. Hole, WQ1PII.^fatnilv seekSs iliiiunt rwts SsaseSsSd Seis.^wsssegsssks, srsstressi's. lu.i w,:i m-. iv.vta^consult us ati,ml ssagSMM UTANTKU \ cksmbermald sho sss ^t ^^^^ sisuisewlag Apaif in Mrs, M Italy,^SlltS street. AMIi' I I.am! ^'! tn a ,1. ;it VP a ana hotel. Anaconda 117AN IKH t'ompsteal setp, for dressmil^^^ ni'. Narlbssal earner no, mil ^ i^,i,t itreeti. W'ANIt.K- Inn.in in on itrll IreM gtl t.^II sift i el msatb, also wosms eook, it vi ^,^tana ksiptoyaest ^^ni.- ^, ^: lust brssdeay,^^StM ll'ANIKIi A seed girl, for s'eueral SS -^^* work ASpt| tn Mr-. Dybtte, spper^works UfAKTRDfsrsyeuns sms Is ras a^ sswi ' ments in N P I: I: Masl Iiivni itvIsaaws or aitts Seem uffloe, Beless,^Mont Butte.Anaconda ^ Psciflc Rsilwsy. (TimeSchedule.,^v Irslas Arrv and PspaN from OresS^.1' a Hepot M hutte. aRkivsiv ri-rra^^ ^ tnaennda Kipress srrtres oatty tgttts s,I. An iowl.1 1s tmacctins withlireat Northern K'y throuea^ti ens t. r I .,- and West, arrives li.., 4:ISpst nsrvsr iKovi h' rra^No i. Anvcouda s.nnress lea* daily 10:n a nt^^V^. I, MiH^ ind.i I vi re-s from st. * I'i . Ii^ ,'H.l 111 I llltertll^ 1. It ' tslin'.S .ears.,1 igtVSA t^ m MOMANA t'NiON riMli TABLE. itrains Arrlvo .^'. l:n- m lv^No. in-. Kr en Harrison and a.l pnn:s ..,^nn th- N. I'IS'Wntg N...Ml llntto KxeressIt s', a m No.no Unite K\pre^^0 00 o u .trains L'svs Anaconaai No.toi gssja l ass'nter is so p m N''in lle.'t^ KvpressS-tSs in No.tar geate hvpresss ^ts IranN.,Pi ,ou i^'U t: B i.w with N. 1^.^rot 1^o ii.l nter .ml Irani.,. _ n.M9 iiisaeeu at ^^. ver gsw with I. r.^fist mai. .HontanaLnion. TRVIVSaJUSIVn IX Bl.TTS. No ^ r, arris.iii ^ la tees.... II tints So.toi Asaeeads npramsstatnat Notej usssiisd i ksgrees.siMsm* Notor U, P, r ist Man ^:lism invivs i r tv k Bint No, t Hvrrisnn gvpr-ss S.7)s,ai n..tot An icotida kvpreat.is:SIa pi Nn.|0l Auacnl,,l t KvpresS 5 0lp:a Nn.ho^ I p r as; VIait gsN P IB *lonssetaM sr,ir. wgg train Irom tw^r UsSssassl isarrkaea. WIM'tll ^l I I V I KINs. UfANIRU Wors i^v the do Mr- Kelly,^.'17 North A.a.ka street. Hutte. \\'tNTRIl Pa*ii. IsveUIn* work ^idled tiinure of sssSerats tirsngth. by rutluresl ladvnfsmalltslsryi stswsi v i. Stssd ar.l.Hutte UrAN IT.n situation, by Irst-ehHM seaesw-^Haling in an Address Man lard, hutte. iIII Nil. H*ulNil I'd rsiniauiinx trunk click,^awnsr san ksvs isms b| prsrtsg property^sad ssyiea fuf thi* adi Ktssdsrd, Aast-osds tintHUM h'nitsai.i: ajSesp. eassl the besteaentry^betels in Hi^ stats Its suln traeassd asgsarssd.Csabsirht tnr ntf Its ssst Kmfo I p irtleidars call on W, I CebS ci ht'Os No..1.1 West 4 ^ raillte stree, Invs-sKnit sALg sxm bssrisg r4 !^^^^^j cent Bsswih stteresl. ^i n^i ssnrtng i i^-r^cent mtcreat per montli. l^o iiearliig I per^.^nt per BaoeelsIstsresl Allset-ured si tir-t^^ssfts property. W. P. t'obsss aui t s . ^ wf.^Disss street, rTSftRbssl but m Hutte. a ^^ MsM hssss on^1 Westijsitnrstreet.sesr Mslsstrser, ni. ll.lil W, P. OsbSSn ^ CO., ij West (.rallilo^it reel h'l.MIsai.i i resh in h runs at larniers'^' .rial jsnlts\| i 1,*nlt SAl.K I en room linasn an I In I becks frow sen depot, ehtsp lui|iilr* limitleahjlM bsuse, M v.r.i, Ms ^ stI Iwn Kranki ^i. M isosi a Ursg iters, M is sua. 'ultSAUt lafssdeondHloa.faraKiiraela^v room lions,' i,i. Maii'lanl, Hutte. Y 1.1UtBALK^I naicrl^! Ata great MRShV SWhSJ t^^^oaicr I*-inn: i'oiniti t. tsi os t i ^^bsxstsg ksasssss kds hi las irovUsi snd srss1^pereui lawn st Hasilltos i w b nn.. ste . sp-^s y lakwi WS, munSMsk Msnj I'm;SALK Al two-tlilrds pie.^at siai Let^1 value, SVffSSSl It ^ k Ssuss it th amp Is Msngg,in ts'st rssUeaes pentoeel gstss ah^WiWlstn hnproissiisli sne vry dsslrsb's for^nssiaeaes ..r list rtasa be u has sense, terms e.t-y. btsfggg Hrns . LeWtSshS BeSktbSg. NorthernPacitic. Tintxasatin it ir Ht rra^: PiSSS st I'i '^^ 1 hhWgS ami ail Rssssmsettss, arrives goriassg i^ i i. P-p .. i.i. y at . ... 9.llm ILI No. j Ifram spoksaa tsssma,^heart e, fortisaa snd sk (',^^^:^liourts sillies BenMns Uu.ou Ds pst,dsgyaltiMprn ntatvsi k vs i hi rrr. ,[t N,^ i tnr spnkane. lacoma.^s,' ct;.'. I nr., md SSd til Oust snd^i ., IfomlS poUSts. .eavo Mnutana^I u mi lepui. iUiiv at 1J4SIS No.s 1 nr M. i'aul. Chicago anil all^If mine, soiilhers an I i'auadlsa^pun's :^ ives S' tt hTS rSeSM Lo-^raq Depot I i ^. SMI p m UrealNorthern. littts. iTTdnNo. St Atlantic Rx-|^srses, Bssassssnd, bsr^st. Paul. Chlssge. n^^|^a oi^. ana an Embers] points IraniNs H, PssbM K (in^.. w estboiuid ft 'in st.I'aul, l'blcsge and a: t stern poaits^Tram No I. Me en s an i Hutter.vpress TramIt* .' gWUs an I lie.iniaKssrasi 1-e.ne.| Arrtra ;10 p. m Mgp. m.^it 10 p. in. .MontanaCentral Railway I'M.i- .i altsMsfnr BUI k u I ^'^11 11 s^r tl Kasl (^rami I, .i|; RKXl IIfll^1 bssSssast srw^strict. Hutte ^'ni: i;l n i sis com heme wita all modert^I4 iselustsaiei let r-nt and furniture lor^sa e I', standard, Huile. L'ni;RKN1 rstlsss tin'''i, u Ml isssm^r dhdngssam Utessnk bar reeMMtwbed^Allui, ev harslsassl K ir ten:.- apply SSttl westnssmawrsst lllslI t I 1VI III - 11*AN i i'i- I Smttb premier or Kei i 44 typewriter, hi.l.l lie In (0^ I '^Address Iijv MT, M MuxI \\ V MAI glMOSI VI. BPgRAl^Parties ile.irn s nf i'orres|^.indtiu * Hi a^il-w t^ luatr inoiiy ^i so- .1 pleasure, fi'lns,^MtSStSSS SislrlsssalSl Bureau, tees bol - ^.^Hutti'. Msntsns. strwtli rsttssts snd sus :^^tial M ill st.iuip f 'r r pit ThePopular Koute to 5t. Paul.Chicgra^New V ork and all Points bttst. IXXtlMOOlssLKHl'lNi; cvks. II.I i.AM' U1N1SG CARS. AND^I .PIIOL.slhUr.li lOLKlsl SLKkl'r. tts^u\ MviN LINK. ATLANTICt XPRI^S LeavesMM p. as ,iiIi -in 1 i ^s USfMssa Lvs s a. oa CITYTICKET OFFICE. No.I OS Maiin Mm Butts^F. I. Win tskv.J. t. liAwsots, u.f. v.. a.. Pt tl.li. A, Butts, I.SI. P. 111 il. SOOLINE. KmlRoute to All Eaitern Points. UMm i. Montreal. Q lehex-. St. i:. i, rtahrax, rWiSaasl, Hos- tutt. alhany, New York, Ktc.^. d DaUp Trains lletneen St.Paul. Minneapolis and Montreal V,tli tliroiuli Sieepers lo llos-^toa^ Dining ear ssrvsM on ail IhrsSMIIrani*. LOWESTRATES AND QUICKEST TIME C.B. HIBBARD. t,en'lI'as*. Agt., Minneapolis. |'ultItl.M gsaSM ni I Sles ll^t^ I.^r limes. Persssni bwsws is ^ sgeei M iek.^Ms Mssl brsriti ilMsMlfi ti^*i^ inmhhsil. wellPrated. ' ly lurtiisti-i.^art r^Kiiiis, li,t sriot Patiis la^eonms'imn. Upe.ied under ties SsSSStSMSaWt, iortier llgssslag snd tkswaa strssts. Suits. Every; U/omai) Mat',.1 ^ J Restorsd Prescription 1959 BEFOHCamoATTEII. witswbstsy ears toi of sJ geneei *s^^Mirs.S i^ ss ibsbu od. pains a ta*^tiasa. sem.nai emissions o tvou^ ,te .uif.^Sbltaess M BHjrrv, ssbausiias ilrsms,^poreoey an 1 alt ita lierr ,r^. a mil . ^r-^sates ma insoe/ rsfus I it six i s ..e-a^tint ^fee. a perm.ui mt .^.rff t sei a.^-Is tor ^si. by has i -^ ^ n^ ^ ^4 Uaai*^:. t iretl bv a. a: g Irs. Vsrs v^a ... ^ !^ v Sewate UrugCa^ ^i -vc'-~^^liatts dtt, mjo-- u^ANSY Pi LIS! cansMSart ^so Ss^t scsp ac . 'H ^ ^^^.-^ J iAft^J-rSiiBOJAHO.' wiscaa SesCiFic Co,f^sis*..P^. UtTimes, lleede a gate^^.liable montrily^Hsgutatlag Pedtetos Dr.B09jeai'8 pjfl^^Jarjsy ai)d Savtr;! 1110 f^ rfl'evc prol^tifr^gS wpprt^le^ of Chtt refrdl^Mol ciuis, Estpsxtalir Tvcm* ni.*u!v* l t ^ luarrsdMi UJiea. %mmt svn/wtuft ^-r rrxr^t ul pmf $^.oo per box. f.BO MJEAN rr Cis, Paaiw. KewYork City Adores* rt sUldea Lasss^For sale sS P.vsson ^ Pharnacy. ST. Pars^H, Uh.j, al ... :o-.l ssc.ri'i. so 1..vl by Wall. Nasteat^r MsMtttssMsss/ vieeima. vhereby gireu tha: a ineeiins ^t tbe :s -r tlie An ^^ 'no 1 Mia as ^'^Hupany^- ^. . .1 er and whl tie MM 0:1 Monday, lima^lot,Ml ^V ock p 111 . at the (SMS ot ins^^ .:i;au^. rovon t*. Tutile Moek. Butts ills.^Mont, mr 1 ,e purpois of dimlnishlnn the^; - .;^ i n unit of capital stock or ,.iitl ron^^ran, to the amount ot one tn I too dollars \if^^r safii other anioinr. a-tn.-^;ookbotd-^t.'s a. -a ,I r.netlni; sh til ,t tern. tinned: J r. lit, .;\. Inwut'. ^tt mp, __. It U. Par*.as, FE. - vit.jsaST, Secretary. l.-uatess.