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THEANACONDA STANDARD. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 29. 1895.
7 QREATpALLS TheGreat Falls OIBee of The 8ta^dasd la^at lu7 Ceotral i^a^ one door WhI of TYest-^^ra I'nloo Toleiraph Office. Tslephons No. i^Advertising ratri fiirnlshrd en application. ThaiJurors Dismissed for the Term^by Judge Benton. 4 CASE OF JAMES J. MURRY ItWill Now Be Continued - Ho Shot^and Killed a Man, Accidentally^or Otherwise, Will Be De^^termined by Law. GreatFall*. June 28.^The trial of the^Fult of Donahue vs. Spencer having^taken two days longer than was ex^^pected, and there being but one crimi^^nal case to be tried, In order to avoid^expense. Judge Benton yesterday dis^^missed the trial Jurors not engaged In^the trial of the Spencer case for the^term. Thisresults In continuing for the^term the case of the state vs. James J.^Murry, who shot and Instantly killed^Ilobert Robinson at Sand Coulee about^four weeks ago. while celebrating the^winning of several wagers an a foot^race. Murry Intended to fire Into the^air, but the bullet struch RoktaMto,^Murry is under $2.50(1 ball on ^ rhiii'K^^of manslaughter, and the continuance^of the case works no hardship M him.^In order to convict Murry. It will be^necessary to prove that he was engaged^in an unlawful act. Of was guilty of^criminal negligence. The defense will^contend that the tiring of his revolver^was not an unlawful act, as he was^without the limits of Sand Coulee, and^the Issue will be whether or not Murry^was guilty of criminal negligence in^tiring a shot from the midst of a crowd^of 200 or 300 people. Thesuit of the city of Oreat Falls^against the bondsmen of the late cltv^tieasur.^r, P. J. Klllott, to recover city^money deposited by Klllott in the sus-^p^ nded Merchants' National bank, was^also continued for the term, and will^not be tried until September. SUITSAND SENTENCES. totrade at any store or board where^they please without fear of losing their JobIn consequence. Rut as American^citiiena they do not propose to be de^^prived of a lawful ami constitutional^right by any combine whatsoever.^(Signed)JOHN SICOVKY. Superintendent. LOCALMENTION. ex- not OreatFalls. June 28^ Marriage li^^censes have been issued to David H.^White and Ruth Johnson, both of Great^Falls: Juhn Magnuson of Kelt, and Hil^^da M. Adolfaon of Sand Coulee; John D.^Ross and Tena J. Ross, both of Great^Falls. Theshipments of ore from Neihart^for the week Just ended aggregate^eight cars, six from the Itroadwater.^and one each from the Gait and Flor^^ence. The force of miners at the^Hmad water la being gradually re^^duced, but cltliens of that camp^press a belief that the mine will^close down. Fourtrain loads of 1'tah cattle, con^^signed principally to John Harris, are^expected to arrive In Fort Benton next^week. Two car loads of Idaho steers^will be received St the same time by A.^W. Leeds and will tie placed on the^Shonkin range MissTena J. Ross and John P Ross,^both of this city, were married at the^residence of tlie bride's parents last^night. Rev. R. M. Ramsey of the Pres^^byterian church, officiating. They left^to-day for a short visit in Flathead^county, and upon their return will be^^at home^ at Sixth avenue south and^Sevi nth street. Astreet fakir, equipped with a ^Punch^and Judy^ show. Is Inflicting his pres^^ence up ^n Gn at Falls. Rev.W. W. Van Orsdell of Great^Falls, left for Neihart IhlF morning and^will preach there Sunday. Invitationshave been received by^friends In Great Falls to the marriage^of William A. Wilson, formerly an at^^torney of Neihart, and Miss Alice Tay^^lor of lii4ianu|i^^lls. Ind. The ceremony^will occur at the bride s residence. July^3. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will reside In^Santa Barbara. C'al. Mrs.S. II. l.i mon of Augusta, has^sold to J. C. Adams of Sun River, her^cattle. Mrs. Lemon will remove to Chi^^cago. JudgeDu Rose will hear further ar^^guments in the L/'wIstown school case^July 1. Rev.J. P. Held will preach in Elks'^hall Sunday at 11 a. m. on ^Tolera^^tion. TheReform Srhoul Receives a Roy and a^lilrl for Repairs. GreatFalls, June 28.^The Bunnell ^^Kno Investment company has brought^suit against Daniel McKay and wife^to foreclose a mortgage for 17.000 and^costs and attorneys' fees on a lot at^the corner of Park Drive and Fourth^avenue north, and on a lot on Fourth^avenue north, between Seventh and^Klghth streets. F.George Heldt has brought suit^against R. M. Calkins to recover $2..ri00^on a note with Interest and costs. Inthe case of the State vs. Gustavus^Lovenash, convicted of forging the^name of files Bros, to a check for 110,^a motion for a stay of proceedings was^yesterday denied by Judge Benton. Whenasked If he had anything to^say why sentence should not be pro^^nounced, the prisoner said he had not.^He paid he would be 19 ys^ars old July^19, and Judge Benton sentenced him to^Imprisonment in the reformatory at^Miles City until 21 years of age. DeputySheriff McDonald left yester^^day for Deer Dodge with Samuel Ad^^ams, sentenced to one year In the pen^^itentiary on a plea of guilty to burglar^^izing Maurer Bros.^ store a few weeks^ugo. Deputy Sheriff Hrunnrau left^with Hannah Day, the 17-year-old Sand^Coulee girl who was rescued from a^White Sulphur Springs bagnio on a^charge of Incorrigibility preferred by^her parents, and on a idea of guilty,^sentenced to the reform school until^she arrives at the age of 21 years. BELTA. O. U. W. ThatWorthy Organisation Elects OAlrers^for the Term. GreatFalls, June 2S. ^The semi-an^^nual election of Belt Mountain lodge,^A. O. l\ W.. of Neihart. resulted In tho^ehotet ^f the following oflleers. who.^with the appointees of Master Work^^man Soule. who havtouot yet been an^^nounced, will he installed at the regu^^lar meting of the lodge Monday even^^ing: P. M. W., E. K. Abbott: M. W.,^H. W. Soule; foreman. George It.^Dwyer; overseer. S. P. Farquharson;^recorder, George U McGlbbon; finan^^cier, J. J. Schwerdt: receiver. K. A.^Shaw; trustee, W. S. Jennings. Thelodge is in a flourishing condition^and there have been many accessions^to the membership dining the past six^months. NEWCOMPANIES. OLL.VSAFTER HENRY Boston^ Great Falls Realty Company^ami Industrial Printing Company. GreatFalls. June 2S.^There was filed^for record yesterday a certificate of ln-^corporatian of the Boston ^ Great^Falls Realty company. The capital^stock Is stated to be $2.^i0.000. divided^into 2..ri00 shares of a par value of Jinn^each. The date of Incorporation is June^25, 1895, the company to continue 20^years. The trustees named are Oliver^F. Wadsworth, Lawrence R. Fortune^and Frank C. Park. TheIndustrial Printing company also^filed a certificate of incorporation. The^capital stock is fixed at W.0O0. divided^into 1.500 shares of a par value of $10^each. The company Is to commence^June 2!', 1895, and to continue 40 years.^The trustees ate H. H. Dickinson, O.^H. Perry and Howard S. Greene. ACard. GreatFalls. June 28^ John McCovey.^superintendent of the Broadwater mine^at Neihart. has requested the publica^^tion of the following communication: GreatFalls. Mont^ June 27. IkM.^To^the Editor of the Standard: With your^kind permission I w mid like to explain^to th^ people of Montana and union^miners of the state generally how the^Broadwater company of Neihart are^being treated by the citlicns and^miners of Neihart. The company saw-^fit, for the convenience of themselves^ami their employes, to conduct a^boarding and merchandising . stahllsh-^ment, which was boyeotted by the^Miners' union. Notwlthstandini; the^company give every man In their em^^ployment the privilege to deal at any^store or at any boarding house Hi it^suits him best, the management ha\e^always felt a friendly feeling for the^town and citizens of Neihart, as was^shown by their continuance of work^at the mine during the crash of um,^w hen every other company in the rami'^closed its mine, owing to the low price^of silver and the money stringency of^that year. Now.all we ask Is our lawful righ'^to induct any legitimate hue in- ^^^ I^right guaranteed to W ry American eft*^lien. Inconclusion, the management will^say that their empl ^^ ^ s are at liberty Couldn'tFind Mini. GreatFalls, June 28.^A special to^this offce from Choteau says: Sheriff^Zimmerman and Deputy Davis started^yesterday for the head of the Teton,^having learned that Joe Cadette. xvh i^shot ^(diver Twist^on the Te'.on a few^days ago, had been seen there. He is a^tough citizen and will make a desper^^ate resistance If opjiortunlty offers. SheriffMcLaughlin, of Choteau coun^^ty, has returned to Fort Benton from a^fruitless search for Cadette, having^traversed the I'pper Marias and Sweet^Grass country between Fort Benton and^the intermediate country without dis^^covering any clue to Cadette's WkerNBV.^bouts. CarbonCounty Cooler. SpecialDispatch to the Standard. RedLodge, Mont., June 28.^The^county commissioners of Carbon coun^^ty have contracted with Philip Mc^^Laughlin for a Jail building to cost^11,750. It Is to be of stone. BankClearings. NewYork, .1 una Ji.-Thu following tabla,^compiled by llradstreot't. shows tlio total clear^^ances at the principal cltloi ami the percentage^of Increase or decrease, as compared with the^correspond^.: week lalt year: SheFinds Him in Livingston^Swears Out a Warrant. and HEMARRIED ANOTHER GIRL OllaClaims to Be Mr. Penland's^Wife, Although No Ceremony^la Said to Have Been^Performed. OreatFalls, June 2^ - ^Hell hath no^fury like a woman scorned^ is an ad^^age which Henry It. renland. form -rlv^of Livingston, is not Inclined to dis^^pute. For several weeks Livingston^correspnodence of the Standard has in^^dicated that a woman claiming to be^Penland's wife was his Nemesis. She^finally, after several futile attempts,^struck his trail, and has ln\ok^d the^majesty of the law to aveng^ her al^^leged wrongs. Karlylast spring Henry N. and Oat^quarreled in their Livingston home and^loving Olla took a shot at Henry, from^the effects of which he ^;lll limps^Henry resented such expressions of af^^fection and dropeed olla and married^the other woman In the case. Florence^Cook. Penland denl.-d that he had over^married olla, although he had lived^with her for several years. WhenMl found that she was for^^saken she did nut become a victim of^nervous prostration and spend her days^and nights in weeping. Inn furious, she^started after renland and sw ire a^mighty oath that when she found him^she would salute htm with a bigger^bullet than before. She traveled IVST^many parts of the state and at list^found I'enland and Florence in l.ewls-^town, Fergus county, where f'cnlainl^lias been negaged in freighting for s-v-^eral months. She at OWN (II. d a com^^plaint charging I'enland W illi adult -ry^with Florence Cook, and alleging that^she herself was married to lY'ilunl TheyAre Denuding the Hills. St.Paul. Minn., June :'S.^The United^States, in an action brought to-day in^the district court by Special Counsel^John K. Strycker. alleges that a num^^ber of the most prominent lumber men^of Minnesota have without warrant^been devastating the northern part of^the state, denuding the territory of Its^lumber, and that they must pay the^full market value of lumber to the^amount of $467,474, and interest. The^defendants are the Pine River Log^^ging Ai Improvement company. Joel H.^Hassctt and William L. Hassett, co^^partners with J. J. Rassett ^ Co.;^John S. Plllsbury and Charles A.^Smith, copartners with C. A. Smith ^^Co. The government has been work^^ing up the case for two and a half^years. .InrySecured. Syracuse,N. Y.. June 28 ^After three^days' effort, a Jury has been secured for^the trial of Hob Fltzsimmons on the^(^large of manslaughter. In the selec^^tion of the Jury the people object to all^the men who had opinions In the case,^who favored athletics or who were of^Irish extraction. The defense ob^^jected to church members. The tak^^ing of testimony will begin to-morrow. DamHurst. Denver,Col.. June 28.^A special ti^the News fmm La Junta. Col., says^At 5 p. m. to-day the dam gave way^at the Thatcher reservoir, which is six^miles above here, flooding the sur^^rounding country. The reservoir con^^tained 26.itoo.noi) gallons and drained^the foot hills of the Raton mountains^for 50 miles. Chicagotiraln Men's Mistake. Tacoma.Wash.. June 28.^ The local^grain ib alers say Chicago grain men^are mistaken In talking of but half a^wheat crop in Washington. Reports^Kc. iv.-il hero from all sections of the^wlc-at districts state that present pms-^l^ i ts are for a full yield. Irlspl 111 Klaht. rme. June 28.^It is announced^King Humbert will shortly issue a de^^cree exonerating Premier i'rlspl from^the charges of having be. n ojinnerted^with Dr. Hell, the Panama canal lob^^byist. TheWeather.^Washington, June 20.^For Montana:^Fair, southerly winds. nineyears ago in Idaho^arrested but has not yi^llminary examination. Penlandwis^bad his pie- CONDITION OF TRADE. Hradstrrrt'aReport. NewYork. June 28. ^ Hradstreefs to^^morrow will say; Dominating business^conditions for the Ml ek are a continua^^tion of the large demand for and furth^^er Increase in prices for iron and steel^The Jump In rail prices and the scar^^city of and hlger quotations for plates^and nails have tended to produce tem^^porary scarcity. Improving wheat con^^ditions have finally convinced nany In^the trade that there are likely to be^fully 420,000,000 bushels harvested In the^I'nlted States this year. There are few^evidences of trade from the South, but^merchants from almost all the leading^cities in that region report that the de^^mand continues very moderate and col^^lections slow. Generalbusiness on the Pacific coast^continues In contrast to that elsewhere.^Increases are rejiorted in several lines^from Seattle, where a glass factory Is^to be built and importations of Hritlsh^tin plate have been received. Relatively^less activity is experienced In Tacuma.^Portland reports that the Oregon fruit^crop will be large, but there Is no^change In the general business situa^^tion. Wheat Is being exported from San^Francisco as fast as It can be loaded^Into ships. Wheat and flour shipments^to Huro|ie are to be resumed from mills^at Vallejo after a suspension of one^year. The only changes west and^northwest are the continued Improve^^ment In cereal crop conditions and^stimulus to business by continued flrni-^ncss'Af the demand for Iron anil st ML WilliamMiddletoo. the aged market gar- | denor,Monday night. Of the ^^^^ taken^from Mul.lleton. (Ma was found in the^possession of the Carpenter brotbors anil^their families. It waa identified by marks^of the stitches with much n had been^sewed in Middleton'a clothing. FORHYPNOTIZING. Mrs.tirahain HaUl in He Able tn l ocale^Valuable Mines Ity Her Toners. Denver.June 2^.^A special to the^News from Colorado Springs says Tin'^police are untangling a strange story^Th. y M*T^ called to the i ii altani resi^^dence to arrest two men who had at^^tempted to abduct Mis-. Graham, stat^^ing that they wanted to use her at^Cripple Creek In locating gold mm. -^It seems that Graham has been in the^habit of hypnotising her. and Is si. I^i^ have made some valuable illsiover-^les by following direction given ej^In i ^title In a trance state The at^^tempted kidnapers mi l - their Ms MM^before the police arrived, having Mrs^Graham bruised and exhausted from^her struggle with them The police to^^night locked up Graham m I charge^of unlawful cohabitation. They claim^the pair are attempting to fleece a wealthyCHppIs Creak Btlalai mm whomthey have In Iketff 00Wl r. ANew Order nf Things. P.ml. r. Nelv. Jun. M Indian ammii^Reck to-day gave MMtOt that settlers^must, before July 1. come to him ..ml^maki new leases id urcd by bon I Of^cash or vacate their farms ami lose^their crops. As the renters ha\e al^^ready given notes for th. ir rent to the^Fl uiiiioy company, secured with lie i-^gag s on their crops, it is unlikely (key^will make in w lease- or yield pen ^^aide possession on the liist of July with^^out an order from Jm conns. TheyKrlnk Mont ota Beer.^Pittsburg, June ^ llefore July 1 all^tho .1 sMller.es in tbo I'lttaburg diatr.c:^will be shut dowu for a period from two^to six months. There are 18 distilleries^in tine district. At the present time there^is a greater amount of whiskey in thn^warehouses and storerooms of tho distil^^leries than ever before knon n. T ho cause^given by the distillers for tho decrease in^consumption is that they are now feeling^the hard limes that tho country lias just^recovered from. AHOLII IXSTRl MEXT UnitedStates Patent for 160 Acres^Bearing Date of July 3,1873. AT SIN RIVER CROSSING Mr. Largent Survives the Llttlo^Band of Settlers That First Went^to the Historic Place- Hla^Health Is Impaired. ParkHotel OREATFALLS, MONT.^PARK HOTEL COMFY. THEMoot Liberally Managed HoMi in^the Slate, with all modern improwe. mints,moms with baths, en suite or sin^^gle. Large, well lighted sample room*^for the commercial trade. XJ. KELLCTi .Manancr. Gnat Falls. June 2' ^An Instrument^which attracted considerable attention,^was tiled for record in I'oiinty Recorder^McDonnell's office yesterday. It is the^document h^ which I'ncle Sun ti.uis-^feired to John Largent the land which^Is n iw MM site of the principal portion^of Sun River, or a I'nlted Slab s patent^for tk* southwest in.11 ^^ of the north-^ilist ipiarter. the southeast ijuart. r of^the northwest quarter, and the east^half of the southwest uuarter. com^^prising IS^ acres of section :.l. township^21. north of range 1 west It bears the^date ,.f July 2, Is^!, and slews Its^age. MrLargent came to the Sun MtfW^.all. ^ In 1^.*T. and foaMMd the towa of^Sun River, long known as ^The Cross^^ing i if _'i^ settlers wh.. . am. to the^fertile valb y at thai time, he alone sur-^\l\is. and while his health Is poor, he^cxi^vts lo live to s.i a railroad enter^Sun River. HowThey stand. Columbus,Ohio, June 2s.^The supreme^council of tho 1 lined Commercial Travel^^ers of America convened to-day for its^two days'annual sewion. Tho report of^the secretary shows that there have been^! I deaths during the past year. Tho re^^ceipts for the year were }-'^,^the dia-^buraoments $21,000 and the present re^^sources are ' u floodNewa for the toeur d'Aleuea.^Boise, Idaho, June 28. -Judgo Realty of^the United States court to-day dissolved^the injunction secured by tho Tyler Min^^ing company against the Last Chanro^company. The Laat Chance, one of the^best mines in the Coeur d'AIenes, will^start up immediately. Il has been la liti^^gation for four scars. Hun'sReport. NewYork, June 28.^R. G. Dun ^^Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade to-mor^^row will say: llusiness Is better, al^^though the crop outlook affecting pros^^pects beyond the near future is a little^less distinct. There is more ground for^doubt about winter wheat and cotton^than a week ago and threshing rot ipts^are comparatively low. though pros^^pects for spring wheat are exceedingly^good. The price is a quarter of a MM)^lower for the week, and is beyond mis^^take too low If the latest Impressions^of the Injury as to winter wheat are^correct. Cotton has fallen l^M to |^cents In spite of the reports of MJrioM^injury by rains In Texas and Louisi^^ana. Alight buying by northern splm. is^surprises the market, for their takings^have been more than enough to upply^the conaumption. and returns show a^great decrease In exports of 'otton^goods. Speculation has even spr'id to^the wool market with an advan -e ^f^about 1 cent In the prices. The sil. s^have been the largest ever kno am for^any week^t.OlT.SKSl pounds igtlnsi^3.s3G.6fKl pounds in 1S92. In four we ks^of June sales have been 16.1:12,IT. do^^mestic and 17.4'il.riOo pounds of 'or. ign.^but In 1S92 they were IMtteM isninds^domestic and 10.427.jon pounds of for^^eign. A growing belief that the do^^mestic clip is short and an idea in.u^coming London sales beginning July 2^will show higher prices have been more^potent than a little Increase In the^manufacturing demand, and '.he price^has risen at all markets Light weights^and mixed goods hesitate and some are^lower than a year ago. but sin e the^Washlngt ^n mills opened clay w vatedf^arc at a slight advance. Oth-r me.Hum^and better grades have feSMJ .-'ringer^in tone. Thelabor troubles are passing with^frequent advances In wages. Copper^has been strengthened by a lanre sale^of Calumet At H.ela for export at lev,^cents, which Is now quoted, while tin^is slow at III So and b id n $::7'._.^Iron still advances, Ressem r setting^f .r II2.;^0 at Pittsburg, and gray forge^ai $11.Ml. A further advance in struc^^tural forms is expected The w st. rn da- mandfor rails at an advan.f ^_' p t tonis g.s.d. The ris.- in bar is ,n ii.i-^ls quite good. The rise In bar Is maln-^lain^s| and plate and sleet mills nr.^crowded so It Is difficult to plaaM^ders at current prices. The naif realty^report of failures next week will in^^clude about s.fssi against T.0::^l fat i^t^half of last year, and assets of ah.ut^$**.il00.000 against ltfl.ttl.ltl last year. MMIn ^^^1 llefole Arrest. Denver.Col., Juno 2-. ^K\-Mar^':ial C^A. Carpenter of Colfax and bis brother^t)^carwere arrested a*. ( omo tc-dav oti^tbechargeof having assaulted and robbed To RemoveThat Tired^reeling, Take theonly would'* fair 'SarsaparillaOver Half a Century^Old. Why Not^Get the Best^ AVER'SPILLS cure Headache. i-The Great* Hudvak Alo Hajwanl. Denver.June 2S ^Lawrence Farn II.^the pugilist, was found guilty this aft^^ernoon of highway robbery. He took^Mrs. .1 J. Heliard, a divorced woman,^for a drive after having arranged with^another man to hold them up N the^road and steal her diamonds. Moonshinersami t'onslahles. Columbia.S. C, June 28 ^ A dts|. i\ h^from Spartanobuig slates that In a^light between State Constables Petti-^grew and Tolanl and two moonshiners^named Fisher and Duraliam. the latter^were killed. Pettlgrew was sn.,t^through the lungs and wil probably i.le. HoldHill Mold. SpecialDispatch tn the Stundard I'htllpshurg.June 2s. -The Cold Hill^Mining company's property was sold^at MMfMTl sale to-day on a judgment^procured by the Slate tiatik of Si.^Louis. I'mil A. r*MM whs the pur^^chaser. Tin- pin e paid was |:U'H). SIMM.Mill Leave Also. Washington,June 2*. ^ Secretary of^State ^ Mney expels to leave Washing^^ton iii MHHIi9W to in- absent the greater^part nf the summer. HumoredAstts.slnallon. Paris.June fa.^II Is rumored here^that the Due D'Amale. who returned ioCkutlUy froM Uoadea yesterday,^has he n assassinated. The rumor has^not been conllrmed. miiiilaMMjaadatk Olympia,Wash., June 2H.^ (iovornor^Mcdraw to-day issued an order disband^^ing eight eompamea of infantry and inn^of cavalry troops of tho N. (i. \\\, upon^recommendation of the brigadier goueral. TWOCYCLES. Inbygone .lays, rotnnu uer.nl long, Thenomely bar.1v M OS mil of phrase.^Sang many a quaint and Mtapl-J song inpretty Kate's or Annie's prune.^Fair Ann with cheeks of apple red, XkatOejes'lMPMMMfki teveat.^In ml^ r govtn n Hi apron spread,^sits modestly wall pilienl tread, Itevo.viogssrirt lier spinning wh^vl. Hutnowadays the anvlom hard. Inspiredhut by ileiu.uiil^pour mm!^K'en llnds his serrice very hard, Waoa-hitting to t ie MMsfl Ann,^Her knickerbockers Mm of gray, Aleng h of ttoakkMJMl ca r reveal.^A MM] and cap a trill- BOl.^Site wears s l,en in t'ie tight of dav Mieboldly rides her spino.ug wheel. M Leak it public. Dr.Todd r,f Abb. yvltle. S C . a^brother-in-law of I'resl lni Lin tola, BOW^7;i y. ars old. ha., become blind. II i- adlvlaloa surgeoa in ike corps ,.^ Oen- ral Longstr. . t and s. rved all thr High^the war. Abronxe bust of Dr. Joseph Fakir,^for forty years professor of anatomy |^In I'lnnsyLat.ia university, has been^accorded a niche of honor In tin' Insti^^tution he s. rved Bo long and wi II. SOMETHINGNEW. stealsBowed ^ la OaiM on the Braes Nor'h. M Dining I ,^rs. TheOreat Northern through triln.^leaving butt- at ^ 10 p. m . earn, s a^lining car and will Btrvej supper leav^^ing Rutte i la carte hertafter This i-^the only lire running dining car out of^Rutte. Paffet and library car on every^through main line :r tin. Ifyouarogoing oast aa'l w ah to visit^the principal points of interest en roate.^purchase your ticket via the t'uioa Pas^ctfic. ThisBakes^ordinary Kc-^Jiireuatnr Is^the most^wonderful^discovery of^the age. It^hits been en^^dorsed by tho^Icadingscl.'n-^tuie men of^Kumpe and^America. HudyanIs^purely vege^^table. Hudyanstops Pfematwenosj ofthe d la-^charge In 20 .iii'-. i '.tvs LOSTMANHOOD Conatliatlon, i'miners,Falling Sen-^aatlotis.Nenr^tinatwltchtug^of the eyes^and other putts. Strengthens,I u v 1 k orates^and tones the^etitirvsystem.^Nudia* cam^Ueti I 1 It J.^Nervousness.^Kmlssloos,^slid dcvelopts^and restores^weak organs,^l'alni In tho^back. lo^r s^h y n a y or Li.1.11 topped quickly.Over 5.000 private cndonserornK I'remsturine-s means Irntsili-ney in laa first^stage. It ^* a hjmplnm fifn. initial weakness^nnd barrennes^ It cau bo stopped In a) days^by tho ustinf lluilyan. Thenew discovery was msde by the Special^^ists of the. old me .. Hudson Medical Institute^It Is the stroimi-st vltaiiri-r mane. It is wry^powerful, hut BBIMlrM Sold for II on a park-^age..r.'. package fur SnOOiplmti scaled hoics).^Written guarantee given tors cu' ^. If you buy^six hoics and are n .t entirely cured, six mure^will l^e sent to you free of nil charges.^Send for circular-arid b-stlmonials A-Mrear^lll'UNUN MKDICAt. INMTITl/TK, jurnHon mo. ktun, ^earned A i uis m^. NunI rani ICal. Weinstein's HRLfiWSivt-i ta nowroil, mi siti c*Mi iAv.^. eees^ee*eee*^e IfYou Arc Afflicted with CATAKKH : : e^^^^ SBORO-MENTHOL e^^e^e^e^^^ Yourl)ru(|i|ist Sells It. %^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^es^s^#s^4^s Wanteds. AlVr*Ttrist.MJ!Nri ualrr Ihs kBtd ol^^ Fmptorment Wanted.^ and ^R ionii U^Jtrnf leant a word ^ash latoffkeBj M4der.es)^iliier headings, . cents a son! fur Iks first^pmertl^ 1 an l 1 eeot a wnr.l for tacti l ibs*^ejBMM taetftaea, bo Ads. taken for lets thaa^M rents. I'lassiurdsda psr Uns par monthBhMJ iCount( wenls to the nasi NtN I I l^ HELP, I)KOPI.r.'HBMfLOYMRHT kVklAt)^ec-^.m.i Hour ihrsley eieek ltutt^ beadqaar. lerafur help ami ^urk 1 ' ir ..t. 1 -^ r- 1*^^. iaii\BtinerosM in kaaaavork. fur i bmj reoM^girls ami men and women '-..hks in hotels, re,-^t.inr.iiiti and buardln.' houses limine rooin^gin^ run get work hero any lime, ^ onsiill us^fur hu^ines*. AMIl^ Rlshwasher Montana hotel. W'AMII' lun.nn ruum girls from tn to^st tx^ per month, also soman cook, it Mon^^tana HMMyaoM NMk ^ bast llroadsm,^Unite TliAVtLEKaGUIDE. ANACONDA TIVtE CARDS. Butte,Anaconda ^ Pacific Railway. 1Time .schedule.1^Ad trains Arrw^ lad Uepar; from Buttx A:BMMM ai fi ' Of 1 ^^^;^ N SRIIIVKINWACOtVDA. SoS. P'ltlB eviu^s.. dakf11:39 a m .NoI. Untie Kvprnss making . onnee-^t.on a llrtle nritii I,real Northern^Kailwav through trim, from Ka.I andk e^'. ai r.ves dailydtOO p ra nvtrvBTnBMJ aMvrosroi.^So. S. Butt^ Ktprest. l^parts dally... 9:00^ ra^No 4. Hutte r^.t press for St I'aul aod allBaatera aoi weaton poiu.s. tie-^_parls dalla ., ^ 00 p ra tilin: TIME CARDS. VTANTKIl MTl ATUINsl. ;aN1KI Sttuaitea. ke) I^ years aants^M learn M be a harher. No wanes evpee-^Aildr. ss II. standard. Unite. w ted VJllI\l|n\ tt\NIKI) A--a\^r and illltl^^-^ ekrk wants a position. .1 It Trolsou, JJI^East llraolte, Butte. tuuati. i;.itNi'-ABsekotBook, swaof can have^I same B| pa^ing cha'ges of ^ad ^ and prur-^Ing property, ^'tauilar.l otllee, Hutte. I,III N'H A luineh of kr)s uwner can ham^I same hy prnviag procertv and laying Mf^this ailveriisemeai. rliandard. Anaconda. istH'NIll'ur^^ containing trunk rheeki^r oauer cau have same lo pnnini pn^|ierty^and pawn^ for thl^ ailv standard. An icmul 1 Butte,Anaconda ^ Pacific Railway. 1Time Schedule I^All trains Arr.ro and Depar: froa Groat^Northern liepot ai Hutte akkiwtv si-rra^No 2. Anaconda Express arrive* dallv 10:00 a m^So. 4. Anacon-la It 'rets connecting^with Ureal Northern K'v ihroiifii^trains for Kaat and Weil, arnvs* dailyMi pa Dr-raarr^o^ MJI^No a Anaconda hi press isav-s daily 101 IS a a^No. 1. Anaconda Vipresa from St.^I'a'il. He.eaaand laterniediat ^ points^leaves dally^:^^ p tn MONTANAUNrON TIME TABLE. 1Trains Arrive at Anaconda)^No 108 From (iarrlson \nd all points westoo this N. 1* No.101 Hutte r.xomt No103 Hulls Kiprest (TrainsL-ars Anacoadai No,104 Itutls Pass'Oisr No.USi Butt^ Espress No.10.' ltutt* Fvpresa. I0:MPM lLaam^d oo p m 10:30 p a stooam I:I1|I Iran No. m ^oun- ts at Butte wltb N. P.^east bound ^orr..inl tram No.101 counecU ai Silver Bow with U. P.^fast inal. IIIKSALIC. lOH SAl.K- \ .ic nit lot on l oc ust street near^r sixth Addre-n ^h.^ cafe standard MontanaI niun. tjr Alwavssnmetlilng to nfTar so m i'^h Bettet for^the iiinn'-n ^i fur M ^i Itk mm uuciev than any^one else, that ih^ s-tcliui here lsaiiuo-t aduty. Women'sKtd House s:ip|,ers. su hi es in^^ters . \Vuiiieus itiov.- k .11 bomm MeeM -11^^p-rs. Ihs 7.^'sliiil Vt11II s Sel ge I'.'l-l, 11, ,un| I' a|iet slip pi'rsa.I s / -s \\1 aiieu's Doegela hid. Bilrkl tip in it f mi^Kaoes, aee sajuarr and pi si teas, solid^leather. 1 he sii.w step-* thiuk the^ 'e^aorih t.'.isi WBMsa'sVlcl K'd i o'h be, hiilton an^lace aid I an- K id lies pom', toy tuition^Ihio the regu ir ^.iu' kind ... . 1 Si VAutueiis ii.nve 1 air pi.it.ui 11 ,o:s. esc..;-^hinl vaci'.lnn BBOet, real value c; n 1,^jours for I rn fill) I/!ll s\l.h New thrisv foui and live 11 JTluni-es on the Installment plan Add^--^^ h, ' .are standard. WKhave ate* Bsed mines fur leasa ami^1|| aad teMS 1.1,11 pkMM for iea^e. wf. Oebkaa k i'o Korsac Three-room luniso no Alaska^street, wort 1 ll.iwi, for |,vn W, r. CektaM^\ i n. 1h ' ^^^ ;^t on Wyoming street for V.oo. W. V.^I ii e.ui \ 1 o Houseainl lutjon West UMttl street, worth^aaaea, for 91,109 w F.CekoM ^. ^ e, VlBBresidence ea weal lids or IMBk that^originally cosr !i;.im 1 w p. Ceekaa 4k0e, Ai'unirv In.lei 011 ois of tn.. le-t wagon^roads leading In ami nut nf I'.u'.t- Hrlglaal^costt'.ooa, our price ^^.^.^^ W I'. ^ ilibau^I in IliltsM.| III- || .|i. Ilasin Max .111 I sine,^raoeh, cuts ;u n 1 uis hay. tin ' 111 ite.l range^^kMMaal ...iter: bus Melllillis \ lawii'l Mont. I~'ti|;s \ 1 1: l*uraitureof the Hod keel ledg-^ing ho i-e a pel] at n.i. m n Mam. kens F*0kBALkiw.ilotsnn L'eaejerelalaveaas,^RTtaaek the greater bargaMtaAaa-^soeda lii'i'iire Kat/'iisb'lu Si I oil en, Au.i-^ciiiiila after;llBeral term-^1 List Bread way, Belts, tbais'Sariiivk iw St'TTa No. I Harrison Express Nn.inn Anaconda Express n.iin; aaaeondi Expresi, No.*; L 1' East M.i titx 1 sis 1 k.xvk Hurra No,I Harrison Kxprrss No.101 Anaconda Upreas., Nn.101 Aiiacotiila Express Nn.^oi I- V. Easi Mall *t'onne-tsat Stuart with train^I odge and 1 iarrls.in. .It llpra^^ 10110am^. Jlipm* ..irteaa^.. tin .10 11 ^ ra .300pm^s n p n^(ram [MM U. 1nr. kim L'nl;HI N I line plea int lroi.tr11. Ai- )tp|) us Make ..hey. Bit^m. (TsiiHkKM iMii.- s and MofuraltBeorooas I* IB llelllBgrr hloi k. Hi N. Main street, Hon*. 1.01:kKNI riio Melaoa .ml McKIbbob^* BakdkM la Ike lews uf HaMtttoa, Ueod laval up|io.ite 11 it I) 1... iters Mill biefur any business Ear partkJBlari apal) t^^h K vicl.end. ii'iCBerri lireet, sBaeaada^ei NellMcKllllinli. M III.u.1 1. Mull anil QAkUAIMekewd MfBro Jaty I it.ir room^1^ tin rem. bbtbM HaleBs .011 MTyealae^strerts all nicely furnished. Eur teinis app y^III West llalena NorthernPacific. trainsakiiivk xt l:'Tir. No.7 K:nni st. I'aoi. Chicago and ail^Eastern poir.'.s, arr.vss Nnrtnero I'.,..Ic Local Depot daily at StUaa \LC. No J Eioiu spokano, tacoma.^Seatte. PorLand and all Coast^lo.nis irrlves Vootaoi Union 1m- |ot, dat.y itIl:^ P m 1it x 1 n ^ mo' ra rl I^U. No. I Eur Spokane, iacoin.ft,^Iseattle. Portland and all Co sat and^1 alifornia |s)ints. leave Muutana Intou twpot. daily at 1:1)11 No.s E^i st I'.i .u Clncag'i and all^Eastm 11. rS'.ithern and 1 auadlaa^p..infs. c ives Northern rkeial bo-^cal Depot dallv at M-Mpa UrealNorthern. Bltti.j IralaNo .'4 Atlant 0 E x | press, Kaslboliud, '.^: j st.hiai 1 11 .g^. x^ ' \ork.and ail EUisieru po:ntsI 1MbS^ -' ^ Faette ki pr-s. v, est: ^^ rid. fruro si.Paul. ClUeaao aug a: E. .stern po uts^Train No I. Ile.er't at Buttec.xpr si . ...^Tram No. a adM MS lie-iia Esor- - Leavr.I Atnva 10o. m 1II p. 1 11:00p. i .MontanaCentral Railway r~npg|tTIT flaoa iBlllBkJ fur any kinluf^1 luislne-s, ^rouod Hour ii Eas. oiaii.tn^street. Unite lUSCKLLANKtHs. (i\itiiniiiivnixs leeslrs to thank ika^man s frtsadi for taetf belpaed ipMpatkj^during th^ sickne.s and death of mi etfe.^Words are iuadei| iate to express my uratittul-^i^ .1. ad wards W'ANIEActive partner. ^l 11 foOO, weil^\\ s cured, to take 1 erf'latere*! ai lulu.^BOaorable ill I penniu.'llt husin-ss. .Situ ir il^nf ^;i i ciitnini^ncng and increasing with atten-^t.uii 10 St.o ii p. r auntli. no r.s- Catbeke pre^^fernd ^ all lietw en :i and I o click p. 111.. room M,llastey hieck, UuttO ONE.ta oin.i lurlesXi'Doaeok, Bttaraef ailaw. I ii N M.i 11. mm Its.1 Lsdl IIEI.lielalriovan: and ife readei^., si 1.1 I. Park s r ei. Iluite. HERYESEEDS ' WEAK HEM MM ay VN1U. M~~.lvI ANA aATklMOklAL III liEVI^I'arlies ' esirm.s of . irresp .ndiiig w in a 1^x.rw tu matr many ur sss-iai ptsesare, aa-trvts^M Btaaa aatrlaaaiil r i-.u. ..^^^ leisa^Butte, Munt.inv ^trc* t. re..at..* .1111 ciuiicleii^Hal Mall stamp foi repl) ThePopular Route to St. Paul.Chicaca New\ ork and all Points Last. Ll'XCKlOls SI.EKFINlj CAKS ELEIiANT UlNlNt. CAKS, AVO^L'1'IIOL.Sli.Kt.u lOLKlsl SLt.fcEE.Kg4^un MAIN LINK. ATLANTICIMVI -s Uavas0.10 p. a tSL1 It -mi.:.i ss ..\i'^..-s i.v, 11, a CITYTICKET OFFICE. No.ion Mam at.. Butte.^F. LW hitskt.j. K. I'axvsox. u.f. .v_ S-. I'ltiLU. i Euruisneilhotis-i. 110 eld dreg,^address M . on te sirs Il u w.-k^WaVu-^sek^1 . ^! 1 r Thl FamoH. It. nedv lure 11; nanentiyail i.ervoua rllseiues,^M^ ii 1 r, I. .siil Hniln Powi r. It 1l.i..1 Vil l i's. eresaMeMetearpandtroatioe ^ -^.nwiafHi errssro ^r rics-saes,^^ l.iare.. 1^ a ecPV'- In il-sml MassH l,ull,ier.^Make* ibepfl land 11 na rrrl plusis S si t^earrtr lini is *l 1 rl ^. e ^A. Hy nailpr. usl I it cli ., -rr ', 11 tr-t-% ^ run.' ' | . ,-nis. of moneyr^fatari v. ^ la as i - fe *e rscoiml^Buna., prat sealed la pteta esmfssnr. win, !, eiiri-^tam. tp-tlmor.litis and nnsnelai rpfesseees as^rh ut- IW , ..iisuliulli.it*. II oe^r^,, , 1 ^t - s iv^li-.-a Ss-enis. e- a.l .rres^M UII si I UI II..t LI,tit*. Sid1) IN* AXACDSDA, HOST . BY THE sVITH^DBf i CO.. ANH IN III I 11; i II \, hum , bl^PAH- lltN D'AI ilECLDKl'dtO. Main^ J^Rkstorad tj Pre crlptloa^BEFORCamo ATTCr) ^ 959 Wi1 cirkl roe pea of a l Mines il*^a 1 t ^^1 ml, lias la ttis ,4,..serslna eaiu m^ u-t'ou- uec.ltf,^s, te Man . ar. ^ rnev id I al ,ts herrurs. A^H I ^ ' aat.eau1 me.^^ rsruu le i ! six hoari .itre^net eilec. a peraaaeBl rxtrs t per sua,^-ut for ^*. lay mail -. cure v -ea.ed Vau^^fa.-ture.lbv A. A'fidte. Vara A.' Ires, all^a ill to D. M. Neeiiro Dri.f in., BMl apki^- ^ GaT. Moag ISt. 1'. A- ^ ^ II. fly SOOLINE. DirectRoute to All Eastern Points. littana,Montreal, Quebec. St.^John, Halifax. .'jrt.auJ, I'.-s.^tun, Atbaoy, New Yorlt, Etc.^Solid Uaily Trams L'tetwcen St.Paul, Minneapolis and Montreal Withthrough SIe^^psPr^ to Bo**^tun. Dmtnz car *er\ *c^ on all throuiihr ;r .i. LOWESTRATES AND QUICKEST TIME C.B. HIBBARD. lion':1'ass. kflk. Minneapolia. Trya Wan. Ai in the Stanlarl