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THEANACONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1895. TheWestern Montana Hurevi of the Man-^eard H at Boom ^. 1 ^-^ 1 I .^^- Mbtou a.^Telephone No. A adreriuilag rates furnished^^a application. IDEAD BODY POUTO Discoveredin the Timber East of^Bonner on the N. P. THF.PUNER U Of MRS. I OCKG Pileof Snow Fencing Destroyed^by Fire-Another Blaze About^the Same Time-Came of^One-Sided Ball. Missoula,July M ^A horseman came^In from the Tur.i auction house, *aat^of Bonner this afternoon, with inform^^ation that th^ il' i.I h ^ 'ly of an un.^known man li.i.l VMS ttM UN rei In the^timber on the south side of the river.^Coroner Crane ami DtBWty Sheriff^Corbett left for the MM* at once.^They have MM return'I ^ ^ t and par^^ticulars an- unobtainable. The courier^who brought In the nrws said that^when he left, the remains had nut been^identified, but there were Inilhulkn of^foul play and for that reason it was^ihoujht best to have the officers come^out. Thefuneral of Mrs. Frank I. ^^ !.e was^held at St. XavkT's church this attar-^noon and was largely attend'd. Mrs.^Alex Stephi ns, slat r of the hMmi^was overcome duriiiK the service and^was taken from the church in an un^^conscious condition. She recuvered^subsequently, but li prostrated with^Krief. TheGiants and I'.i.-t inies. tv\ ^ 1 m-.i1^teams of boys, played a (jamo Iptc tills^afternoon. The Ulants proved too^strong for their rivals, and won by I^score of 39 t^ 1j Six innings were^played. Hubhtzell and Wilson won^the battery for the winners and May^and Harnols did work for toe Pastimes^with McCauley as chant; ^ catcher. The^game was a good one, but rather one^^sided. Thefire d.-partnn nt was called out^this afternoon to extinguish a blaze In^I he material yard of the Northern Pa^^cific company west of the depot. The^blaze started In a pile of snow tenet^that was stacked near the track, and it^is supposed to have been caus^ d by a^spark from a locomotive. The depart^^ment made a good run and laid son^feet of hose to reach the lire, which^was uoon extinguished. All the mate,^rial In the stark where the Maze start^ed was destroyed. The yard crews fid^good work In getting the ears out of^the way. The damage is slight. Be^^fore this fire was put out. another was^discovered In a shed in the rear of the^old Rush house across the track. This,^It Is suppwecl, n-sult.-d from the same^cause as the other lire. A bucket hrl-^gade was formed by t'hlnese laundry-^men and the blaze was extinguished^without calling on the department. Everybodywho could get away went^fishing to-day and about 10 tons of^trout were brought In to-night. The^biggest llsh caught this season \\:ih^taken below the Bonner dam last tilght^and weighed la pounds. TheMontana Fnion train, at Garri^^son, to-day, while the new wai.^switching, crashed Into one corner of^the depot, doing considerable damage.^The accident was caused by a brake-^man throwing the wrong ^witch, Than^wa* no delay to trains. ItIs expected to-day thai the tunnel^in the Cascade mountains will be re^^paired so that trains can pass Tues^^day night. _ STEVENSViTLKball. AHaiti, r lame Mirlrr. :t:t in ;rj .lolir-^ney fin HsMtaSi Stevonsville,July If - The li t^ t fna*^nt the championship Berlea between^Stevensville and Hamilton was played^here to-day for a purse of Nt, A spe^^cial train came down from Hamilton^with about loo visitors aboard. The^game was a very l^^'r one. there being^no good playing. Hamilton w m^33 to^The next game will be played at^Hamilton. Messrs.Griffin and Howard came up^from Missoula this morning on blcy-^clee. They made the trip without any^accident. _ FATALTRIAL TRIP. Ownerof a New York V.uht ami t ho^Builders Drowsed Too Much Ballast.^South Haven. Mich., July 14^This^afternoon H. Tittswcrtli look lii^ i ^ u^yacht. Artist, out for her trial trip In^rompany with the builders, hit Mrs,^Coates * Btfllaoa. When nl.. .ut four^miles north of the harbor, a squall^struck and cat sized her. The life sav.^Ing crew went out Immediately and^scon after the tug, McClure, but the^yacht was so far away that the men^were all drown. 1 before the cr. w could^reach them. All th it was f,.und was a^cap which proved to have belonged to^Mr. dtlllson. The reason for th, ), at^sinking so quickly was the Cad thai^she had a great amount of ballast^which could not ba shifted and that^they had not as yd put In ajy MM to^buoy her up. ACHURCH ON WHEELS. BuildingWith a Spire ISO Nat High to BeMoved 60 feet. Chicago,July H^The latest project In^moving buildings in Chicago Is to put the^Immanutl Baptist church on rollers and^trundle It 50 feet to the southward and^six or tight feet eastward. Immanuelchurch Is one of the lain, .-t^stone edifices in the city, and has a spire^ISO feet high. Incidentally the stru. t ...^will be raised six feci and a hasaiaim^made under It. The work will probably^be the most difficult yet undertaken l y^building movers, but they say that it Is^perfectly feasible. It has not been daft-^nltely settled that the church will be^moved, but negotlaltnos to that end have^progressed so far that they may be closed^a' any time. whoInformed htm that a fortune of I3S,- 000was his when he chose to claim It.^Dahner's uncle was one of the original^40 miners and struck pay dirt In the Cal^^ico mining district ol Han Bernardino^county, California, years ago. and after^^wards Increased hli wealth When ba^died is months ago he had six living^heirs, one of whom Is Dahner. 'TWASA SENSATION. Harcourt's Defeat surprised the Moat^* iiisiilne ^ Kl.-cl I in ^..^-( London.July 14.^Kir William Vernon^Haroourt's defeat in Derby was the sensationin political circles to-night.^It Is admitted on all sides that the lib^^erals an- I cginiflint ' cry badly. Of 110^members thu- far elected, 96 ate urri-^..nist*. pi liberals and I I'ai m-llltes.^Fight lih.-ral seats have been captured^by the unlonisls and the radical* have^captured one unionist seat As far as^on:iv u 1 aBBaMaMM go. the elections^are causing little excitement in 1/On-^don. There are a few Idlers In the^Strand, where the Graphic displays a^r. pre;., illation of Lord Salisbury and^Lord It *, b. ry climbing ladders to In-^dlcate th.- course of the election re^^turns. Tha moral eft'. -: of Mr William^Vernon Harcourt's defeat will be great,^as i-i.ii the most sanguine conservative^did not expect a liberal majority of^LM : i l. converted Into a unionist^majority of 1,100. UMo Mr William lUreourt fared^so badly, Hon. A. J. lialfour, the BOW^BlWt lor 1 of the treasury, who Is to sue-^r Will.am as I ad. r of the house^^f . bbBJ us, nearly doubled his major^^ity In Manchester. After the result^:i iBBOMBOad In lhrby at mid^^night, Ur Willi,mi HaiTourt, wdth his^wife, .hole to the liberal headquarters^and made a speech, saying he had been^I too often to ba cither elated ffmi. . ^ safml or depress d by a n verse. Fathe did not wish to conceal the^inagnitud. of the defeat which had^fall- n upon bis colleagues and himself.^Sir William Harcourt's defeat Is gen-^crall^ atiributed to the prominence^which he gave to the local veto, or lo^^cal option measure. TheSunday Observer, unionist,^points out that yesterday's returns of^unopposed candidates are as signific^^ant as the results of contested elec^^tions. Seventy-six seats had been hand^^ed over to the unionists without a^light, while the liberals were allowed^to retain only five uncontested seats.^The Pariielllte total of unopposed re^^turns has been increased to four by the^uncontested election of John Daly from^Limerick. Thus the McC'arthyltes have^yielded without a contest a seat which^they were in actual possession of.^Judged by both the result of the con^^test and the numbers which the radi^^cals had allowed to go hy default,^there i- in s* hut little doubt of the^final result. T.P. O'Connor s Sun ss^s that yes- 1nlay s results were I keen MBBBs^polniuu nt. but It does not follow by^any nn ans that the whole country Is^going against them. ^The substitution^of a popinjay, like the Marquis of^Lflfno/' says the Sun. ^for a politician^^ ^ ^ loomed and a man of science so^baa u. il as Sir Henry Itoscoe is dls-^i rentable to Manchester.'' To-morrow^:.o more seats will be decided. Including^many In London. SUNDAY IN BOSTON. LndciiiorrrsBoycott the II tck* Had Cara^and w i .. to I hur.-ti. BeatOB,July H. -The programme o(^tha christian Kndoavori-rs to-day In^^cluded work only for visiting clergy^^men. The local ministers in general^gave place to those who had come^from other localities to attend the con-^vcntlou, and It Is doubtful If ever bj^the hlslory of Boston Its pulpits were^supplied with such an array of emin^^ent preachers. To the more than MM^members of the Y. P. S. C. K.. tha^day came as a literal ^day of rest.^^Th. energetic young men and women^who, ever since the convention opened,^Iijv. been given but little respite from^their labors in caring for the many^\isltors, appreciated the change, and^the strangers, wearied by continued^sessions, seemed glad to be able to^attend services In the locality In whloh^their headquarters were. Instead of^having to undergo the crowding nec^^essary to get to the b nt meetings and^the Mecharies hall sessions. Tl..^ distribution of clergymen was^so planned that the delegations quar^^tered in the suburbs could attend wor^^ship In their districts. Several delega^^tions located down town emphasized^lheir Ideas on the matter of Sabbath obeorvaBosby meeting yeatertiny and^o r -i : resolutions pledging them-^selves not to use the street cars or^other conveyances to-day. As a result^tha streets Just prior to the commence^^ment of regular church services were^thronged with men and women wear- ilng Christian Endeavor badges, pro. 1cat ling on foot to the most convenient 'i hurohes. They had already begun th*^day with the usual 6:30 a. m. prayer^in. clings at tln ir various hoadquar-^pis. but In contrast to their custom^on other days there was no singing on^the str.ct ., tl delegations passed^to and fro. The clergymen who spoke^t ^- lay are among the most eminent^in this country, and the list also in-^ehsaad many distinguished preachers^tti in abroad. In many cases tha^them, ^ were upon the Christian F.n-^deavor movement, Its results, ^^ic.^With M.tWO visitors In the city besnb-j the regular church going poptilUloq. \\AWFUL DRUBBING AnacondaRuns Up Against a Sharp^Philipsburg Snag. rHEY OCT 16 OUT OF S7 Fallof tha H.mile^Paris, July ll.-The fete of the repub^^lic was celebrated quietly throughout^France to-day. ibis being the anniversary^of the fall of the Bastlle. President^Faure reviewed the garrison at Long^Champs. Various patriotic soclstlts^made a demonstration before the statue^ef BUmusburg. but this was conducted^In an orderly manner. Afortune at a I'rtnon Door.^Ionia. Mich., July 14^ Two years ago^August Dahner was sent to the Ionia^prison for two years for whipping a man^who refused to pay him his wages. Dab-^Bar served his time and was released^yesterdsy. When he stepped out of pris^^on he was m^t at the door by attorneys nearlyevery church was Hied. To. rrOB Is the last day of the conven^^tion. BeaasOBI will be held In the tents^and in Mechanics hall In th - morning^and i ^ cning. A noon day rally will^OOCVf in Fanned hall and the after^^noon will be devoted to pilgrimages^around the city. LMBsneaavtmi the Banna SpecialDispatch to the Standard. UrlagMaB,July 14^The ball game^bettreea Timberllne and Livingston In^(^it ^ My to-day resulted in a score of lato 10 ill favor of the home team,^'i .I ga:i v ^ due partly to the windand dm : 1..wngston's new bat-^t^ ry. N.iShoM and Keanan. did excel^^lent work .Nashold struck out 20 men. n.the phenomenally heavy bat^^ter, played with Timberllne, but he^! air wildly to-day. striking out^three times. Livingston's new men.^Pitcher Nashold and Shortstop Smith. ai.-both fn in Miles City. Tim bar line's ba:!.r: ^4^ I ^.- wson and Fx ans K-prtKfiitattie Ito o .r.u l^e.iri' Yandalla.111 . July 14.-Frederick Ro-^mann, representative for the Eighteenth^Illinois congressional district, died to^^day at his residence In this city. ItIs Said the Ball Only Touched^the Ground Between Innings^^However, It Waa a Hot^Came and All's Well. HperlalHitpatrh to lit* sUu.Ui.l Plulipaoiir, July it. ^ A acoro of 11 to^Hi tells Ills alory of Iho awlul alau^hter of^tho Anacondas in to-day's ball game. Hy^some in,stake of th o telegraph company^Ilia Stars had no knowledge of the com^^ing of iho Anacondas, mid those few^players ^BBBBjaJag in town w cru much^surprised this morning upon meeting^the r oi l antagonists in full uniform. The^Star's llrsi baseman, short-stop and tho^three out Holders were all out fishing, but^a niiio was tilled out with men and^sharply at 1 o'clock, before u cho ce ag-^gration of funs the game began with Phil-^ipshurg at thu bat. Hughesstarted the fireworks with a^homo run, Caihoun followed w ith a two^bagger, Geigor came next und knocked^tho ball out of thu lot, when it became^painfully apparent that thu I'hilipsburgs^had bunched all the good hitters first in^hatting order. It was Anaconda'a ball^and seemed anxious to go home on the^abglnest provocation, and men who were^never beforo known to do hotter than fan^air, wero shutting both oyus and makinst^base hits. Thufirst innings netted the Stars six^runs and the Anacondas a goose egg.^From iho verv first it waa evident th at^Anaconda had passed a red-liuudod girl^and had not seen the proeerbial white^horse, and all ihe other hoodoos of an^^cient and modern tunes seemed to sur^^round and encompass them. Thsy did^not play bad ball; in fact, aside from the^pitchers, thsy put up a fair article, but^they didn't have a moment's luck in the^game. Pitchers wero frequently changed^and other changes made, but all to no^purpose. Forthe Stars, Hanson pitched a superb^game, striking out 21 inun, and bad he^been ably supported would have suc^^ceeded in shutting ou: the Anacondas al^^together, their IK runs being all due to er^^rors and listless playing alter iho Stars^were - i or .'10 runs ahead. Itwas a good game, hon ever, and much^enj ^yed by the local fans, who never^missed an opportunity to roast the homo^t am, and it is only fair to say that the^Anaconda boys are able to put up a much^batter game than thsy did to-day. Salisburyof Anaconda umpired in his^usual fair and impartial manner. AFTERTHE STORM. ManyThousands Visit the geeoes of Sat-^urd^y'4 Disaster. Hackensack,N. J.. July 14.^Between^40,000 and 50.000 persons visited the^scene of the ruin and devastation at^Cherry Hill to-day. Some of the un^^fortunate whose homes were wrecked^sat about during the day wondering^what was In store for them. Hacken^^sack and the other towns have re^^sponded promptly to the call for aid^made by the people of Cherry Hill.^Committees have been organized In^several of the towns. The most impor^^tant Is the one here. Prompt meas^^ures were taken, and between the^amount subscribed and that gathered^In boxes at the ruins of the village,^thern 1h now enouah money to keep the^unfortunates In food for a few days. ViewedIn the light of day, with the^excitement that existed last night, the^devastation appeared more complete.^Everywhere in the path of the storm^was ruin. The tangled heap of ruins^by the railroad track told where the^depot went to pieces. The leafless trees^that withstood the strain of the whirl^^wind gave the appearance of midwin^^ter. Throe were killed In the storm.^The two Polish laborers reported killed^by the fallen barn In which they.had^sought shelter are alive In the hospital^here. They are Andrew Saiitel and^Anton Hoffman. Hoth are badly in^^jured. Thedead are: Conrad Friederman,^the Ahretis' baby and Anton Fischer.^Edgar Chinock. the doctors think, will^die. His skull Is fractured Many of^tho homeless women and children were^transferred to Woodbrldge, where they^received shelter to-day. DISTRESSINGACCIDENT. FrontalBone ( rushed anil One Kye Com^^pletely Kulneil. SpecialDispatch to the Standard. DeerDodge. July 14.^H. S. Neal ar^^rived from the ltoyal on the noon train^to-day and brought with him to the^county hospital John Phelan, who was^injured In the Royal mine yesterday^morning about I o'clock. Phelan was^a car-man and was using a pick In one^of the drifts, when he struck an unex-^plodcd hole, causing it to be dis^^charged. Tho force of the exploalon^drove the pick he held In his hands,^I Into hie forehead, shattering the fron^^tal bone and destroying forever the^J sight of his right eye. The four lingers^ai his right hand wvre also so badly^jjiattered that amputation was neces*^sary. He was also severely Injured in^the right foot but M bones were brok^^en. Dr. Power of Philipsburg dressed^his wounds at the mino and on his ar^^rival at the hospital Dr. Owings made^an examination and expressed the be^^lief that under careful treatment he^would recover. Utvuk After the Bodies. LakeUeneva. Wis., July 14^The lake^waa smooth this morning and the diver^had little difficulty In reaching the launch^Dispatch, which lies In 108 feet of water.^After being In the water about 2j minutes^he came up with the body of Rev. Jamts^llogan. who was drowned last Sunday.^The next trip he succeeded In raising Dr.^J C. Hogan. a brother of the priest.^This makes three of the six lost whose^bodies have been recovered. Irial Trip Wan Satltfac'or) . SanFrancisco, July 11 ^ The official^report of the final trial trip of the I'nl-^ted States cruiser Olympla has reached^the navy department, and the officers^who constituted the hoard of inspect-^ors have each been furnished with an^approved copy signed by Secretary^Herbert. The result of the trial Is^gratifying to the secretary of the navy,^who doubted whether the Olympla couldmake 20 knots steaming under^natural draught. With ordlanry steam^pressure the crulaer made 13 8-JO knots^with ease The displacement was a.O^tuns greater than on the trial trip for^acceptance from the contractors. SETA PACE FOR CLEVELAND. Mr.and Mrs. Kay of ^^ ration ( all Atten^^tion to a Colnrldenee. Pittsburg,July 14^Frank Kay and^wife, of tlrafton, are setting a pace for^Mr. and Mrs. Qrovi r Cleveland. Mr.^and Mrs. Kay have three little girls,^named Huth, Esther and Naomi, born^In the order given. .VLr. Kay is a Job^^ber of glassware. Struck by the coin^^cidence in his family and that of the^president, he wrote (0 the latter. He^received the following reply from the^White House: MyDear Hlr: The president directs^me to ai knowledge the receipt of^your recent kind tavor, In which you^Informed him that your two children^boar the names of Ituth and Esther^and were named In e i li ease before the^children of the president were named.^Hoth Mrs. Cleveland and the president^are much Interested In this cotneidenco^and beg leave to express the wish that^your little children may have long and^happy llvos and that they will always^bo a Joy and comfort to you.^Secretary. HENRYTHFRBER, PrivateSecretary. KILLED CHILDREN AND SELF.^Terrible Crime of Mr-. Lena Roaener of^Alleghany. I' ^ Pittsburg,Pa,, July 14.^A terrible^tragedy occurred in Alleghany to-night^from which two are dead and a third^will die. MrsLena Rosener, the wife of a^tanner residing on Spring Hill, Alle^^ghany, has been In poor health for the^past ti n years. To-day, while her hus^^band w as at work, she hung her three-^year-old daughter to the head of a bed^^post. She then tied a cloth tight^around the neck of her 7-months-old^baby, from the effects of which It will^die. After committing these crimes^she hanged herself by placing a rope^around the hinge of a cupboard and^then around her neck, allowing her^^self to fall to the floor. Twoother children were away visit^^ing relatives of they might have suf^^fered a similar fate. MRS.VANDERBILT RIDES A BIKE Taketa spin at Newport Accompanied by^t'onsuelo and w. K . Jr. Newport,R. L July 14^Mrs. Alva It^Vanderbllt made her first appearance^as a cyclist In Newport Monday even^^ing, when she tork a spin, accompanied^by Miss Consueh^ and William K. Van^^derbllt, Jr. The two bicycles, for^mother and danghbr, were delivered^at Marble house Monday morning, and^in the afternoon, Instead of the usual^drive, Mrs. Vanderbllt and Miss Con-^suelo went Into the grounds In the rear^of their villa to try them. Mrs. Vander^^bllt wore what seemed to be a blue^serge, no bloomers, and the few pedes^^trians abroad. Ignorant of the identity^of the trio, gave them only a casual^glance. Anclrstwatermelon Seeds. Cleveland.July 14^Forty-nine years^ago this summer Tom Foster and some^others shingled a roof In East Cleve^^land for a man named Oaylord. One^hot day In July the boys took up a^watermelon and ate It on the roof.^They kept rlgtit on with the shingling,^not noticing that some of the melon^seeds had stuck to the roof boards.^During the early part of last May,^Frank Carpenter put a new roof on the^barn. 'Squire Foster happened to be^present when the old shingles were torn^off and he noticed three watermelon^seeds sticking to a roof board. He In^^stantly recalled the day 49 years ago^when he had helped to eat a water^^melon there. He took the seeds home^and planted them. The average water^^melon In Glenville gardens at this time^is about walnut six*, but the three^seeds that Tom Foster planted sprout^^ed to enormous vines, and the melons^arc now as big; as small pumpkins. TwoOlrla Drowned. Cleveland.July 14^Two girls named^Flora Gideon and Mary Tomusch, cou^^sins, who accompanied an excursion from^this city to Chippewa lake, were drown^^ed to-day by the capsizing of a row^boat. The girls were out rowing with^Adolph Schwartz. They tried to ex^^change seats with each other and the^boat was overturned. Schwartz clung to^the boat and was rescued. NoDiscrimination. Denver,Col, July 14^A special to the^News from Lander, Wyo., says: Word^has been sent from Landers to the set^^tlers In Jackson's Hole that, if needed, a^party will organise here composed of fast^riders and good shots, to assist In en^^forcing the name laws against the In^^dians the siime as they are enforced^against the whites. VhMaayTrain Ditched. WhileSulphur, Ohio. July II^At 11:30^to-day a had wreck occurred on the Big^Four, resulting In the wrecking of 14^cars of Whiskey, feed, tobacco and can^^dles, amounting In value to $73,000. Dick^Hurley, a inolder of Cincinnati, was^killed. A n iniher of tramps are supposed^to be under the debris. DakotaCyclone. Grafton,S. D^ July 14.^A cyclone^struck In the vicinity of O'Donnelson^this afternoon.. The house of Mr. Nel^^son was pi lted up and carried several^rods, but the occupants escaped with^only slight injuries. A.lvanceIn wages.^Birmingham, Ala., July 14.^The Ten^^nessee Coal, Iron * Railroad company^has announced an advance of 10 per^cent. In wages to 1,500 tipple men, in^the rivers and outside mine laborers. Texas wreck. Dallas,Tex., July 14.^In a wreck on^the Texas Pacific near Handley to-day.^Engineer AI Horner and Fireman John^Devine wer. hilled. No passengers^were hurt. Celrbritethe Day In Mexico. Mexicocity, Mexico, July 14^The^French celebration was observed gener^^ally here to-day. Most of the French^business houses and residences were^adorned with bunting and to-night were^Illuminated. BEATING THci gas BURN En. lieH'n Prepared to U la a Bet That lie Would.lot i i.e. Out the Gas.^r runt the Detroit Free Press. Iwas sharing my seut with a farmer-^looking man about 50 years ... I, and when^a o were w iiliiu about Id miles of Phila^^delphia he queried: lieyou goin' to stop at a tavern in^town^ Yes. somatavern whsra they use gas^^^^Yes. Doyou know how lo turn the blamed^thins off when you go io bed'.' Ihave done it several tunes. Don't^you know how^'' Fora reply he reached down into his^^atchel and brought up six tallow candles^and a bluu box of sulphur matclios and^displayed them on his knes. Whatoro thoso for^^ 1 asked. I'malso goin' to stop at a tavern where^they use gas. Yes^ Abets B a L'-veir-old steer agin a last^spr.ng's lamb that I blow out tho gas and^am found dead in tho mornin'. See^ A is^goin' to git siviped ! Ha! ha! ha ! Isee. i ou will use the cand es in^pl.icu of tho uas^ Exactly. Howdid you happen to think of it'.^'^^Waal, I'm naturally purty cuto on my^ow n account, and ihou I netong to a fam^^ily which has loit fivu mumbers hy blovv-^bV out the gas at different taverns. Noth-^iu'dangerous about taller. When she's^o.owed she's blowod, and that ends it.^Hayseed in my ha'r and turnip tops^n-siickin' out of my eo i'-tail pockets, but^I don't blow out no gas on this trip^not if^hp name is Joshua 11. Sanderson, and I^guess she is. B.R. D. Go. 35^JsP^^ Thisextra^^ordinary Re-^Juveuator 19^the most^wonderful^discovery of^the age. It^has been cu-^domed by the^leadingKden-^tiflc men of^Europe and^America. Hutfjran Is BSTege- Nvdianstops Prematureressof the dis^^charge In 120^days. Cures LOSTMANHOOD Comtlpatlon, Dizziness,Falling Sen-^^atlnns, Nerv^^ous twitchin^^of the eyn^and other^paiti. Strengthens,I n v 1 g oralei^and tones the^entire syHem.^Hudjin curci^Debility,^Nervousness,^I missions,^aud develop! i^and restores^weak emails.^Vr ins in lb*^beck, losses^by d a y ot^cliht stopped quickly.Over 2,000 private endorsements. Preinaturenetsmeans lmnoteney In tha first^staae. It Is a Fvmp:cm of seminal weakness^and barrenness. 'It can be stopped in 20 days^by the useoflluiyan. Thenew discovery was made by the t^^*c!ab^istsof the old famous Hudson Msdlcal Institute.^It Is the strongest vitamer made. It is very^powerful, but baimlc^s. Fold for 1100 a pack^^age or A packages for t5.00(plalnsealed boxes).^Written guarantee given for a cu'i. If you buy^six boxes and are not entirely cured, six more^will be sent to you free of ail charges. Sendfor elreularsand testimonials. Address^HUDSON MEDIOAl^ INSTITUTE,^Junction Mocklon, Market ic Kills sIs,^San Francisco, Cai. TheSMITH-PREMlF-R has no equal In^popularity with the public. A trial dem^^onstrates all we claim. Competitors must^Improve in order to equal the MM1TH-^PKEMIEK. T.H. CLEWELL, STATEAGF.KT, 50N Main St.. HCLC.SA. Mont MissMary K. Uelaney, LocalAient, Koom The Butte.^Mention Standard when ordering. St.MARY'S ACADEMY altLake City, ttah C'ondoctedHy tb SISTERSOF THE HOLY CROSS Studiesfor hoarders ml day p-ipila^win bo resumed the lirst Tuesday la^September. If.rmsModekaie Send reference.^For Catalogue, etc., add ess the above. TheI'Diversity of Montana will bo op. ned^or the reception of students on WEDNES-^DAY. -KPi i:\ir.ti: it. ist Forlnformatioa regarulnz courses of study,^laboratory facilities, expeutes, ete. Address: OSCARJ. CRAIG, President. Missoula,Montana. Forcleaustoc *nd purifying sinks,^closets, dratna and waate pipes, nothing^equals Kt d Seal Lye. Fine granulated,^and packed in large sifting top cana PaineSx TELEivrCompound* SniPPF.RSof HAY, O.YTS, Win: AT andall klnls of Farm and^IUucli Produce. Write us for prices. .Merchants, Commission^Men. Consumers, who use or handle, any of the above, or Kggs,^Butter, Fruit, Hemes anil Cardeu Pro luce in quantities, will tind^it to advantage to give us their orders. Wo handle a large port of^tho entire product of tho Bitter Root Valley; are in position to^mako prices to suit tho m.ir*et, ami invite correspjudenco. Ill f MercantileDeoartme t. Ham Iton. flont. tf'Vr ^fV!Sri DEVELOPMENTCO., Manufacturersand Wholesale Dealers In Roughand Dressed Lumber. Allkinds of Mining and Bridge Timbers a specialty. Large Dry^Kilns in connection with the Mill. Sash and Door Factory, bash,^Doors, Mouldings, Odur Shinifles and Pino Lith Interior Finish^Hard Wood or Pine. Hand ItaiU, Baiusters and Newel Posts,^ircroll Sawing, Turning and F'ancy Brackets. Over '.'.OOJ.OOO feet of^No. 1 Clear Finish in ^toc.t. either Yurd SeasouoU or Kiln Dried.^Estimalei and Price Lists furnished on application. BOX264 HAMILTON,MONT. Anaconda Agency. DEALERSIN Lumber,Lath and Shingles. BASH, doob5, BLINDS. EIO.. LIME, HAIR PI.A Ttit AND CEMENT^^'- = Agentsfor the Standard Pressed Brick and Red Brick. OFFIGE1,17 MAIN STREET, ANACONDA* NorthernSteamship Company SheamshipNorth West and Xorth Uad. SEMI-WEEKLYSERVICE, 1895. West-Bound,lu^sdayi^the So9 and Mack nao. an.ImaW^) stops at the Soo^.- ^ Hie ar,*c^t an I !lne^ton the^The tnu 1.^^ nillcs by Kast-Bound,Mondays and Fridays lrnui Dulutli^and Fridays irotn Butf.ilo. Conmetioni made at^Island steamers for Lake Michigan Porta. TheNorthern Stp.nus. ips aro BJsSsnSlTSjJ for BBilSBBsri^Mackinac Is.aial. Dctro.t. Cirselaud a'i a riiitialo. I li^ -^^ s up^(treat la^^. anil rqua in ^qui ^mrn a ad flU's-U tti* l^.: cut... w..tarbe.we-n IHilutli an i i.uffalo is ro.uls alltwl ^^^ fiau tr Ha ' M ^^ t is aTeras ^ ^pof^tweutv ml es an hour. AI the comforts ^f Ihe tin wl to... ,.^ pr m .^^ i. w.tn e.mri^frem duat. nol-* snd eoatmlen. K n Iti connect iu i with ID; Orm .Norttirrn ir uo,-t ^.ero^llSllJl I rrtTq^l rwln clues and he ^e^t - ^-^^^or roiiid trip ticket-to po.nts^fast TMbtrstoor from the ca^t should ue toe -: ^ .in- p ^^^^^ v.n it least, fur turiner u^^formation appiy to any a^eut of tho tireat Northern Ka.iw.u, or aJJi ^s F.I. WliiTMiV, 0. P. ^ T. A., St. Paul.^J. E DAWSON, QEN. AGEM, Butte. Mont. CHARLKShM^LbY, Scientificand^Decorative Mtssjua,Moat. Trya Want Ad inthe Standard ituif ItltftBOUIaA.MONT. HljglaiAT*.^1 1-2 tlocks from N. P uepoi 11-2b:ock3 from Boainesi Center'^Exceliea: Table, Sieam Heat, Elea^:n: Lijnts. Battis, Fres Bus, Samp^^B.vmi-or Commercial Men Rates,^(ZOO WM.KKNNbDY.JUgr. SLbiCRIBri10-DAY.