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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURCDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1395.
tytSTERX\\0\TA\A. TheWestern Montana Hureau of the^Standard It at Koom t' ' ' I k Mr-^aoula. Telephone No. *^*^tCttsf^^rates furnished on appltcitlon. NorthernPacific Receivers' Attorney^in Town. workingON NEW DEPOT NovelRailway Cycle and How It Is^Constructed Tho bast-Bonn.I^Train Hoodooed Bridge^Contract Awarded. Missoula.July IT S : itor Snooner,^attorney for the receiver* of the Nortta-^ern PaclnV. eame In from the Baal to-^day and will Mend ^ MM days in tins^city. He has Just ,- laapli t l I tow of^the Yellowitone park and will t.ik. .1^trip throush the Bitter Root ir alley be-^fore returning. It l^ mated that his^trip I* one of recreation and has M^business signtllcanee. Workon the foundations .1 the new^depot I* progressing s! n!y .-.\ i o n^are now at work preparing for the^stonemasons. Sectlonmenthis afternoon removed^the planking fi 111 rllggtat avcim-^crossing, recently rioted by acltM of^the city council, and there |a n m 11 1^thoroughfare tie re Anovel railway conveyance arrived^here to-day for the use of LI ne ma It^Hutler of the railway intnp.ui.-.. The^machine Is a railroad ey. le and I* a^four-wheeled affair l.uilt on tie- hi ye],^plan. It is aald that a man can 111.1 ke :Timih s |m r bow 1111. Theeasthound train Is still MM^time. The tunm I Is repaired M thai^trains art passimr thioesjb, hut a seri^^ous wreck on the nraettea dlVanlM held^the train In day There ui. M ear^loads of freight at western terminals^awaitltiK transportation eastward. OusFox left this morning oa an ex-^tended prospeettBsJ ,r'l' at****1^tains ^^ st of h^ n Thec intract for tlx- e.instruction of^a bridge across tl,.- Hig Ilia, kimd for^the now wagon road was to-day award^^ed by the county commissioners to John^Hrltt. the hid b. I III $..1. .0 MR.NOOIMANb IIC NUGGtT. IIIn Worth ^ .11111 mi.I U round In u^llrsp of I oio MartinMoonan, a CoettT da Alone mii.-^Mat man. arrived In thti cltj from Delta.Idaho, yesterday, with a Bjai^gold nugget In his 1 k^ t, says the PortlandOregonlan. Mr. N00nan bai^Ml marly at y*ara' 1 gperlence as ^^placer miner and proapectoi all oyer^the West. ami. allhoiinh Ilk.- Iha I n^famed Banbin Glue, hit countenance^Is ornament,-,| .it the lower tad !^^ ^;^little bunch of whisk.-is. there Um^alatUtMda clone*, for. unlike Reuben,^Mr. Xooiian really RBOW1 a thing 01^tsro. Mr.Nootian exhibit, ^l his dig mote^to several persons ^isl.rday The)^Viewed It Willi great curiosity an.I^wondered If it were really piwatlllll thai^no large a sum e.nild r. |ues^ nt the^value of so small .1 . hunk ..i ^|tia: 1.' and^yellow itn-tul. It was 11 bout as large,^and much res, mbl. 1 In Ibapa, 0 fair-^sized Hani, tt pear. A quantity of dirt;^looking quart! was mixed up with it,^and Its rounded tides bttraysd its Oft*^gin in a bad ^I gravel There'stoo much ,|iiartz in it to I ^^Worth so much.^ said .1 bystander. Youcan tell nothing by tie look* of^a nugget how much il is worth,^ Mid^another byatander, who looked like .1^miner himself. ^You can only nil by^hefting It, ynu see. an.I. Judging by tin^apparent weigh) of this, it li worth^fully tfiOO. Itweighs Just JT'j ounces,^ sai.l Mr. Kaoataa,^and what quarts, theri i In^It won't weigh much It w is rather^r.dd how this here nugget t ame to be^found. It lay In a heap of coarae tail^^ings for live \i.ns l.,f,.i.. some oni happenedto pick it up You 1' Masforked out of the sllllee box ah.in; withother rocks usually fork) I out^to keep the box from bsilkg obstructed.^The man that forked it otM probably^didn't nolle* it-1 1 weight, or i; Wouldha\ ^ b. 11 found line ii ^ r. Howoften ran a man pick up stmi^ -^like this lii the COOW d'Aleae coun^^try^ Well. I don't kn iw, It Isn't exactl)^like digging potato, s in the Snak-^liver valley. I hav. been looking for^nuggets of all ater* for . 7 year*, and thisIs a good deal th.- b.l-g.-t 1 lay^yet found. This OM BOSaSt frota Trail^gulch, nesr Delta, Idaho, and I have^worked around that camp 11 yean^without seeing any othi ti I II DYNAMITING A CAT. TheAnsssal iin-atm 1. and Nearly Annihilate*I'ok, r I'laver-.^From las ranab ^| DsHNsMhi JamesKashuer, a farmer living; be.^twe-cn sliaron and Baarpsrille^ experi^^mented on a new BMtbnd ol ssscutlag a^cat yesterday aftei^o^ .a w nil alraoal dis^^astrous reiults. Kinlinet ownad a big^roatete cat, w Inch for several days bat^caused him considerable 1 rouble 0* lag to itsliking for ihe eeiehbtf t* atsiekeas, n decidedto get r. 1 of the s*US*bold 1 andbsd in his neaeeanaM a stick of dj nay.^mite that ho had laltarlt 1 10 use for^blasting purpose*. Tstttfdaj afternoon^be placed the cat 111 a bag and took it to a^neighboring woods. Ho rsaiossd Its)aal^from the bag and tic I It to a tie-, afttl^which he fastened the llieb of d, namite^to the anmat's back. K islmer lit tho^fuse and stepped back abmt Aftyyards^to sait results. Tat tanitnee, fnghtansd^by tba shower of sparks from lb* fust,^slipped its neck Iroiti the SOOSJt usd^scamtiered tbro'ic'i tbt WOO Is, R 1- mer,^horrified With the possible Nt i ts that^might folio* , bogaa pursuit, at tba saat ^^time shrieking words of warning. A^quartet of Bhnrpeelllt young ntfanrera^enjoy.ng a gaoat ol poker m tbal riciaity andthecal, now nude de pei ^ ^^ : . bumsfrom tne Marks, waa making d- rectlytoward tiie gr*up- Kaaasttt la^passing the pukcr players M Ins Way to thescene of aaswutioa bad aotiflt 1 them ofhia intentions, but tbay hid basjoaja ^o intensiyinttr^tad in ibt gaatt thai i tj^bad forgotten all about ttsthotr aad Ins^cat. liasliuer'swild yells, ^inecat's lo ^e^with a stick of dynaini'o on its back.^^awoke the poker players to a sense of the^danger, and tl * large.t jack no '^uot bar* templed them to rem 1.11. Tilers^was a scrarao ing of men 111 every direc^^tion. Ono fr.glitcncd player took retuce^in a nearby tree, but ufternard FagffWt*d^it, for the eat was 111 iking directly for Ins^place of refuge. The life of lb* rat was^destined to be short, however, for it had^hardly started on its ascent when there Ias a report tail snook lOO* PttV 1 ho^to- ^.,. 1.1 ! ^ ^...it. red. 1 1 loriunateiy^no b'.iin.kTi oet 10 in came out injured. OUF.EHAN.-WKKss 'JY CHILDRtN^a t'111-11 - if tin ii.,.l,,o i ol.In ScSkSSSSl tre flietiillnirs.^From I ho lies en I; ulge . inc.-wi; In. Is-ea de lined by Noah^Webster as ^lie- lad ciiotih association of^o'ljects no. us'i.i o e.i-iiieeted, mi as to^produce a pleasant surprise,^ mav not the^pupils o! some of no-toil's sssjsjjgj faksygla,^w ho g.ivo tliu nsilatftas] answers to the r^examniation i|:e--^i.i'is, ft. ttalm t* ttf^The record .1^ .. e: ^ ^ gnea is b 111 1 Hie,^bavin.-lien rial during lie-past week^at the gradual, m exorcises of uue of the^leadui-j grammar sehisils of tins eny:^1. Who were 1 lit- pi! runs^ A dirty,^i lilthv, set watl live I under the ground. . Name a domestic animal useful for^I eloilung and descrilsj its h ibits. The ox.^lie don't have ally hahu*, ficcaus,* he^lives in a stable. IItag were traveling across the^desert w here nouid you choose to res Iwon, I rati 011 n tSSSsi) I.Mention live r ices of men. Men,^women, eiiildren 1111 I bab es. 5.liescritw the w hite race and show^'hat it is super - r to the oilier races. A^w lute man argil lead at y 011 u hen ho lueuls^you on I bo street. tl.til what is the siirfaro of the earth^ganun ste l^irt and people. 7, Name a Hint 1l1.1t his its s1-, on thooutside. A soi-d e ike. Nun^ live liutns of water. Mot^water, cold water, lancet water, well^w ater and lad I ater. tl.Name and locale the live senses.^The eve-, are 11 the nor1 lu ril par: ol i :,-^lace and tin- 111,mill ill tho sou hern. Ii.Who sera th^ naaun-1 buildnvaf UsslOT)iMiuiut answer ihi'se ipies;i''iis. naasggaawlr can. 11.Hi lino || mil and US* it in a sen^^tence. I'liiiei,, to shrink. Flannel^shrinks w hen ii is wasned. 1-. Ily whai is the earth Ml 1 minded, andby wbai 1^ 11 lightedT it is sur- roundoilby water and is lighled by gas^and e eel 1 ,eil 1. 1. ' .line s 1 x atiimils of the Aiciie^zone. I .no polar be 1 re an I three seals. II.What 13 ye isi T Yeast is a rtgtlaV^bit !l\ 111; about 111 Hie air, and hitching iinil on 10 am th ug. Ilk Why do you open the dampers inn startwhen lighting a ftrtT Ta let th*^oxygon in and tie- nittnaasj out. b. Wiiat di I lag eotistitutioti do for^tho country'.' |: gave the president a head. IT.What are the hist tooth that como^to man '.' Fa'sn teetli. DAYOf GREAT SPORT PleasantTime at the Gardens and a^List of Piize Winners. ODDFELLOWS AND KKII NDS tarns)Ho- Mauni^Thobaagblol atauutaiM on the moon ismeasured by the Ingjgtll of the sh idowe lh*yeast ll( oil the pi kia*i IIyou yveie ,11 ill,- moon, the cart 1^would appear to he til limes iaruer man^tne Ma does to residents ol ihis planet. Ihe mOoa is believe I to be tiie only^incm^k-r ol the planetary system that is^w hollv devoid ol tlio least trace of an al- ntnapnawiit is etiintatod that tbolays* of a full moonis at least : U ^,ii m times weaker I hail^sun ighl Wbon tie ^great orb of da) ^ is standingat rneesdian.^Our naoon weigh-, ontitlgbllntb as mucii astheearili. No other statellite in Iho^solar s St*m tXMSUsi one olle-lhollsalldtb^ot 1 lie w e ght of its planet. Th*lH-'.s.iil ^ciati-rs^ which havo been^dec,\. red 011 nan moon and w Inch havo^long been supposed t, 1 In- exi met volcanic^II MM are now believed 10 have been^caused in ti bombardment of aerolites, Ihe moon is mil so small as some peo^^ple havo imagined. A recent astronomi^^cal calcination attribute* to lis stir.ace an^re 1 billy as great as that ol Alrira and^Australia combined. TbtHnnut powerful telescope now 111 Mt^ma -.-i dies _,i 111 diameters. As the moon m240,000nil** Irani inn nartb. It It thus, 10all MlOOjtl and purposes, brought to^within ISO in.le, 1 1 0111 world. Ilomt Joinaali Msnonsdat#asx**h^Mttiaasinlt. Wis., July IT. -A small^tgeWnloti Fti aim r became disabled In^tin- river to day and sTM syv, pi under^on overhanging tic- which capstzisl^her. Miss Nellie Kerr was drowned. ONEliIVJOYS Botbtiie method ana n-stilt-; vlion^Syrupof Fig*Utaken; it itpksUttt^ami rofrogklga* IoUm laslc. :tit,l acls^Kcntl}* yd promptly mi tbe Kidssm,^Lirer ami Boweli, cleanaei Um svs-^tern elfectiitilly, ^Ii~j^t ls coliN, hvm\.^acbet :unl lovers ami cures hgHtdal^conitipation. Syrnp of Fign is tlio^only Nmody of its kiml awajf |iro-^inoM, plemtinig t.^ the taste ami go^^[ oeptabk t.i ihe st.iitiach. jirompt in^it- aciinii aasJ truly lam-lieial in itn^i ffi ts, ppgnjgnarl otil* from the naoga^1 healthvgod ndjtwssbMMbntanstMka, its^j inanv e\ci Hi nt utitilities eoiuiiienil it^1 to all ami hatTl tuailc it tla moat^|iii|iular raanedj known. Syrupnf Phjl i- I'm- stile in Mi^cent bottle* br all Iranlind ilruo;-^|inta- Any reliable dragnrini who^mny mot haivn it cm b*\na vOI Ma^^ntua it jirom|itly I'm- any one wnW^\y i-!:- s t 1 try it. Dg not aree|d any^mU* tit ate.^CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.^louiit'ius.m,. iu*c, #.r. TheBaal BaoosJ I'unf.er. Allco Band Furnl^hod Excollont^Music Kacos In Which Old^and Young, Fat and^Loan Took Part. Butte,July 17^The mid Kellowt of^Ollvt BrOneh lodge of Walkervllle and^their famili^s and friends to the nuin-^b.-r .-I in-.uiy l.iss) iiad |^^swsaion of^i'olumbla gardens to-day from an ear^^ly hour this morniiiK until late to-night^1111 I it was |.l il.al.ly the most thor^^oughly enjoyable crowd ever gathered^in 1 hat pleasant nsoit. Tne different^innio.vts and race* furnished a lot of^atujuntmaat in the afternoon, an I al^^though there waa no time ken^ thefe^w. ui.- )i.^t races and a lot of rec^^ords smashed. Therunning long Jump yva.s won by^.1 It Lloyd and tin- Imp, skip and jump^by J. It iberts. Th-- prizes were a silk^nmbrnlln and a derby ha!. .1.j. Atklua carrlM oil tin- fust prize,^1 pair of shoes In the old men's race ndrf.im Tonkin the second, an um^^brella. Inthe .Vi yards, old nu n's race, Hub^^ert Thomas ^f Walk, rville, won the Its*: pftue, a nastraobaum an**, Inthe r.iee lor girls under Iti years^Maude We-U-s won He- brut prize, a^pair ^ if iiioimb .1 tela*4.-. Whenthe fat ladies' race was called^1 here was but one entry. -Mrs. Dan^1 en-r.ui of Walkervllle, and aa it was^ri'-rnmary to havai two, a heavy weight^dummy was llxed up and started and^Mrs. Cameron oarrtod off the prune, .1^handsome rocking chair. In lh.. ladies'^it uagrda race Mrs. CnnmriUI also won^Hrat prize, a pair of slippers and Miss^Bffln Matin son ttcond prite. In Ihe igg race Miss Klorencc Bmughroawon and ^ irri.-.i off the lirslprize, a |siir of shoes, and Miss^Jennie Moffat! won second, a hand^^some totlot let. SunTonkin was the fastest man In^!!-^^ fat man's race and won a naif of^pants, and Mrs Cam,roll yvon another^tlrst prize, a silver mounted Jewel cant^In tin- list yards' ladles' race and Mrs.^I^. K. Iiexler won stOOad, a i^aiior rug. InIhe race for girls under the age of^II. .Maude W.-ekes won the first prize,^a ft it her fan. i'h. loo yard race for nu n was won byA. Bhannahaa, the print for yvhieii^was a box of cigars. I'hil Carr won^the prizes, a box of cigars and a pair^of shoes In the stone putting contest^and long Jump. U.1 LaVOt won the gentleman's^prize. .1 silver plated liquor flank, as lh.-best yvaltzer. and Miss Reed yvon^tin- prize as the most graceful lady^yvaltzer, a $Ju parlor lamp. Maud^W. Skat won the applause of tbt crowd |^and ^ cut glass bottst of perfume as^the best Jig dancer. Tin-Judges on the race werts Tt. D.^Meliroggor. II ^'. Thaekham and Hillv^Hull, and the Judges of the dam e 0OO-^t.-sts were J. A. MeKltlllon. (ieorgc^Croat ami Herbert Snyder. The Alice bandfundtliad exoellatil ntunlc for the occasionand many words of praise for^the piotbiency they have acquired nkac- 1 t*ir rt iaad organization. HOWLS AND KICKS.^I'awnlirokers tome hi With Their Pro- Inastonirrs njnsa*e*nnsdi Butte.July II.^A howl is going up^from the Butte pawnbrokers because^tin- county aaneaaor did not lake their Wordsbo it as to the value of their^stacks and assess, d tln-m at what he^thought was nearly correct. Harry^Ltlumkln wus assesseij at ^.en. and lie^appeared before Ihe board of equalisa^^tion with a complaint that ILBM of the^.stock of Jewelry was owned by Adolph^PlnajUl and that he owned only fl.nnn^worth of the stock. He tusked the com^^missioners to reduce his nMnnmtint to^$1,1100 on Jewelry and |aM on lixtures,^and tax IS.WW against Mr. PIOCU*. The^matter yyill he heard AUaTUM I, by^which time it is tgnoBlad that other^nawnbrokert wlU also want a heating,^ileorge ROM was ass.-tse.l finn on tt mortgagewhich he said waa paid, ami^his troubles will be considered Aug. 10. I,.W. Beaveil kicked because he waa^Bantam d |M on a horse and wagon and |Mott t'owt that he did Hot own untilafter the Ural Monday iii May.^His complaint was set for hearing Au^^gust Id, A Abraham wanted an assessnn nt offi'.in'ti for Improvements reduced to ILStn,and will be heard Aug. M, Mrs.Hattle M. Peters was assessed^IllOO on noma improvements which she^said were not worth more than Ji'.'iO.^and Hat -ii a house which she said had^been burned down and was not rebuilt^until list month. She wants her as^^sessments reduced to I'.'.'iO and the com-^plaint was set for hearing Aug. 10. KAIRIESJAILED. \bad of \cr.v OnuansM Vaannlni nual to thefooler.^Unite, July 17. Stella Karly, Lottie^Liverpool, Pauline and Clyde, colored, amiBlanche Wlllianaa, Dottle novdanng, Anne Brana and Nellie Wesley, notori^^ous ICast Galena eireet bnleiaa, wb* bnv* ben ranaaag men rsrbl and It-It, wero ar-^re-ted ln*nl*ht on warrants from Judge^Aim,m's court charging them w ith 11111-^Btng and hanging about houses of ill^fame. The arrest* were made under the^state law and the complaints were sworn^MbyChuel Tcbo. These are the women^who, tl was claimed at last n gilt's meet^^ing of the police committee, had been dis^^charged by -Iudje Turner or let off with^ridiculously low lines, and their arrest to- narhiresulted front ibosr tnog inaataaant.^The nrnnann wi 1 |w*babty all plnad gnllty andtheeitv wrill lose tne revenue. They^wi roloekel up in default of tfl^) bonds^each. 0L-i. i_lo UUTTKBRIEFS. OMlllV. F. Uarnaman leaves to-day to, stablthh a mall route between Phll- IIpnburg and Granltn for the Midland^' Mall company of Clinton, Mont. Mr.^H it-n ttnan formerly established mail^rentes t o- that company all over the^country and he now attends to nil of^the company's business In the fat Wet Lonln Kipn was arrest, d last even- Lan,11 .1 warrant knnMd from ludgt^Almon's cowl at the Instance of x. J.^BitWnburg, charging him with grand^lar en) II.- is charged with having^stolen ty\-^ steers from Iti.-lenberg s^ranch in Beaverhead county and tin-^case will probably ug sent to that coun^^ty. Klpp furnished a fsoo bond and he^will have a hearing bnfori Judge Al-^man it I n*elocli next Thursday. HairyKay. Wbo aoaulatd Charley^C dbert with a plckhandle on the nigh;^of July '^ was arrested las: evening by^Constable Bordeaux Judge Almon's^court Kay left town after the assault^an I sent word to the . etietahl* that he^wwuii n^ ver capture htm hut Bordeaux M, Asadv^most popu^Will be t'1.1^to Bosun.^Knights T^w ill be on.^route tray^rate $61.to.^gust iOth^return UBl^be cxtet: I^This rout. pointtof^equipped 1^of chair.^Pullman Indumur^nnjnnMd t^as nontl procure1^Write or Pnetae^e Therew ill kepton hi* trail and finally got him.^He will be tried at o'etonfe this after^^noon. Kay was drunk at the time of^lh,- assault, and II till wife had not^sueee,i.-d in getting the plckhandle^away from hlni h- would probably^hav. used Colbert ui- |t tty bally. DRIVING BACK THE OCEAN. HieI.lgantlr Work or lb 1 I timing Land InHull mil.^From the Mils/auk . ,1 mi. 1 Tie-people of njjolland nmvt undertak^^en a gigantic work by means of which^they expect to recover th* larger part^of th. territory now' covered by the^ln$fdtr Zee. the btiand sea of the coun^^try, and turn It again into a fertile^farming region. I It now Just live^centuries sine,- t), InundajUon of that^part of the Ifathtrlaada now covered^by tin Zuyder Z- ru i .uupleted, the^nncronebntnntd of tne tea having been^going on for 2Z, ytarn, previous to^which time the territory was covered^with forests. Bythe mott stupendous exertions about:;.^il) square in.f country has alreadybeen re - i d by an elaho-^rai. dyke system, which has gradually^reclaimed section liter section that^was lost, but th.- to w scheme tran^^scends the previou work in extent and^Importance. The towns of the region^wiiloh had become 01' considerable Im-^l^oi'tanee an seaports throug*n the^luinglng of the yy al PI of the ocean to^their doors, have lost considerable of^that Importance through the dltBcultiet^of navigation and Ihe transfer ol ta*^trad to tho Mori ^ 'Hand Canal and^the V ship cannl, Which connects the^metropolis with ti ocean. On thit ac^^count the remitai if commerce are^not worth as ntu- h 1 ^ the towns tt the^country would hi utter it Is reelaimed,^and therefore th. 1 general acqulet-^otnot iii the plan to drive lh* ocean^out. 1iii iii count of the great cost It will^be distributed oy II 1 period Of thirty-^tin-..- years so gt to make it I at -x^pensive and to male' the beintlts :.;r.i 1-^ually bear their than Ot tht tXpeBM.^A eollosaal sea u ol is to be first built^from North Holla.- I to Frleeland shut^^ting out the tides ^f the ocean. This WallWill be aid I eel Wide ill the b.l.~ andthe top will bt seventeen feet^above the s.-a I ,.1. while along the^Inner side and at some distance below^the top will be a tr e k yvide enough for^a wagon road and a railway. Afterthe sea II birred out the in^^closed space to be ill lalmall WiH en^^close wlthta Mparatt embankments^four areas containing in the aggregate^Tail square miles. 1 m.- of these areas^will be lirst draiii.-d by pumping the waderover tbt embankment, the water liiidiiigits way to the s,-.i through the^main ihanne), and as the shallowed^portions became exposed they will be^successively brought under cultivation.^It is calculated that yy.thin ton years^2.1,000 acres can bt made annually^available and In Um end Ota inland sea^will he reduced ! . .1 channel about tlf-^teeli miles yvide called the Ysselmeer, communicatingyvith the aen-by loekn^ui Wleringen, with Amsterdam by 11^branch three mil. - trldt and by anoth^^er with the mouth of tba TtaeL The^plan has received Lie- sanction of the governmint and tbt anglnanm pro-^nounot it feasible. At1 In- lintels. Itutle.July IT.^The Butte^Paul^Kusz, K. D. Itroyvn, H. H. Dunahee,^Philipsburg; ^'. k Woodman. C. H. Bpencer,G. B. Plngree, Thomat Mc^^Coy. Chicago; E. D. Hatklns, O. C.^Balcb, J. E. Bradley, St. Louis; A. Solo^^mon. O. M. Sunini.Ttleld, San Fran^^cisco N. J. Ei lanberg. Deer Lodge; D.D. Walker, F. L. Kern,It 1st Emma^Fuller, Anaconda; 8. H. Fields, p. Grldley,Salt Luke; Miss B. M. Jollie,^Miss S. F. Scott, W. B. Jaoobd an urtfe.bttti B, H. bn,phaaa, A F, Rich- aids..11,Lui ius Thomas, .Mrs. A. Mitch^^ell, Miss Mitchell. Andrew Mitchell, H,F. Hutching .August Hlbbard, Ray^^mond excursion party;Frank Kloute, IdaKennedy, lllg Timber; (i. K. Bent,^Spokane; Thomas McCoy, K. A. Walk^^er. Oaaaka; \. Hallbrum, H. A. Bwll,^Milwaukee; 1:. J. jClrkhain, ItlnnMnoa lis;1). T. Hind, Whllehnll. TiieM^ I i.-rmott^M. Btxby, Sal;^Luke; k. \. Smith, T. F. Richardson, J, H. Burns. J. \V. Scully. Helena; Th.mas LambWi Iprlngvilte; MUn it. Bulllnger.Livingston; Miss Manila^Burrln, Miami. Mo.; C. M. Ryder, Mrs.^Smith, Mrs. Ward. Mrs. rater, Mr.^King and w tl'e. Miss Annie Uiird, Mrs.^K. Tucker. Mrs. Stephens. B. It. llca-^gy, J. Towcy. Anaconda; C. J. Brooks.^St. Paul; ^; L. Tracy, Chicago; Frank^Kiefer. Keokuk: Col. John Doyle, Brit^^ish Columbia. AdvanringEarnpu.iii titles.^*'I know ot no cities in this country,*'^says an American abroad, ^not even lie-^cago, th ^t impress one so with a tenso of^newness an I creat devoloonient as Ber^^lin and Plug^* I remember Berlin II^years ago, w hen it teoined hardly as much^of a city as Dresden. Now it is so won^^derfully built up and improved tiiat New-^York seems in comparison with it an old^established community, slow in its^growth. Il is much tho sonic with GIis^near, wbost progress iti recent years has^been little los than inirvelotts. If there^are any Americans yylio still think that^our cities are tho only ones that urow like^w eeds I w ould advise them 10 take a nip^abroa I and ret their ryes opened. lllgWsrelinn-e tire. CincinnatiJuly IT.^Two tin-men^were kill- 1 and IS Injured at a lire that^started In s tt man's tobacco war. hoont^this afternoon. Loss. }:;i*i.ikh) to $|00,- 000. Threeviuilon tganatl rtn-ni. CMoago,July Be-Tbt aaatgnti of the Armof I'. tt. r, Lovell ^ Co. of Boston^to-day lib 1 1 bill of dlanovery for^nyj ag.it-. .1 V. Varwell A Co. of Chi^^cago. I'tnieLi k^ Ouleshy of Illinois said^Neantty: ^I have graduated as a carpen^^ter, stor.k. , r, lawyer, soldier, governor^and tenat ^r ta become a farmer, and life^in ihe c e Is best of all. lh,-isuectTostnpi-. Thespectroscoi*., 1 roiii.nes to iierforin^nn iiii|s^rtaui function, shortlv, 111 conner-^11011 with murdi r trials. Tne ordi ary^ics s for human blood titains, though sai-^slaetory en. iwh w beie maiei al ^ p enn^^ui, are almost useicbs w 1 011 toe tla.lis are^very minute. M. M 111r.ee de iinerv has^invented a spectroscope detector, w hereby^he claims to havo discovered btoo t in a^perfectly colorless solution of only one^part n 8o^.00() The ^pcciro-.cop.c^method has also boon applied successful y^by tho lato Dr. Kichardsoii of Poi.ail^^-^ph a, who was able to delect ilin aVJUlth^part of a gram of blood on an axe handle,^supposed to have been used in a case of^murder. Tho m croacop'- i* , fairly safo^guide in most eases where human bloo I^is to bo distinguished Iruin that of an ani^in il 8^ Ve\\ets TheLittleGiantCathartic. Mil.'anil PteKoaiil hut Searching^anil Tliorouirli '^^ Kll'eel. Thi-elittle ' Pellets,^ or Sugar coated Anti-^liilinus r.rantilvs, Cure SickHeadache, BiliousnesR,^Constipation, lndij(estioa. Dyspepsia, Pour Appetite, Andtill derSSrgeSStaSI of the Ltstf, Stomach^uud hnwebt, Ol all drugeists. ONCEUSED ALWAYS IN FAVOR. VOl'iVGSPIRITS, avigorous body lad^robust strength, fol^^low good hesitk,^Hut all fail win nthe^vital powers are^weakened N'i-rvotis^debility and loss of^mtinlv poyver result^from bad habits,con^^tracted by the young^through ignorance^of their ruinous con^^sequences. Low^spiiits. melancholia,^impaired memory,^morose or irritable^temper, fear of Impending calamity and a^thousand and one derangements of body^and mind, result, from such pernicious prac- I^ticcs. All these arc pcrm.inentlv cur a, by I^improved method-, of tn.atm.cnt, without I^Ike patient leaving home. Amedical treatise, written in plain but^eastern language, bleating of Ihe a start,^symptoms ami curability of such diseases,^sent, securely Staled in I plain envelope, on^receipt of this notice with locts. in stamps,^for postage. Addres-. World's Ins^! v-^sakv Mkoical Association, Buffalo, N.Y. ; CXMXX00 ^00000000^^^^0^K)^K^00000^^00 ^0-0^^CX^OOv^0^X^0^^^^^K^^^s^C^^^^J B.R. D. CO., iftlEOKKilNAL DEALbKs in lvkryiiiino: SHIPPERSOF HAY, OATS. WHEAT and all kinds ot Farm^ant Kanch ProJu;o Wr.to u-3 lwr prico . M . rchanui, Com^^mission Men, Cons amors w.u ati or ban t;o an/ o; Um above^or Ej is. But. or, tru. , B;.-riot an I Qdj dm PrjJ to I in quanti-^Uea veiU Lad it to advan'.ag ^ to j v ai'.i ur ota tj. vVe han^^dle a larga part ot UM product ol ^.h^ Bitto. Ro.i Valley; are in^position to nu-iKo pri.'ca 10 auit Um naarlMti and invito orra-^spondonoo. MercantiltD .-p ir men*- Hin..'on. Mjntana. OO^s^Os^OO^K^s^0-OO^0sDs^C-O^^^^^ 0KK^CI^0C-0-^K^OO00O^^C-O^K^^^0 pr\ToTr5TT!rinnr5 iTiroTrtro'TiriiTiiyiTi^ ei!-^.'- rv-fy*^4J BitterRoot^'Development Company, MaanhMCarertand WMltaalt Daaksri in I ll AllKinds ol Mining and Bridge TlmbOM a specialtv- Largo Dry^Kilns in connection with tho Mill. Sash and Djot Factory.^. a3h, Djors, Mouldings, Cedar Sningla3 and Pino Lath. Inter^^ior Finish Hard Wood or Pine. Hind Rails, Balusters and^N0W3I Posts. Scroll Sawing, Tutmni and Fancy Brackets.^Ov-jr 2,003,000 teat of No. 1 Cloar Finish in Stock, either Yard^^easonud or Kiln Dii-d. Estimates aud Prico Lists lurnished^on application. BOX264 HAMILTON,MONT. *e*)oo#*^n*^^^^^0^^^^^***^^# UitltrRoot Dot aJUtfOMDAAChM'Y. DEALER!IN Lumber,Lath and Shingles. 5 Sa3h, Doors, Blmdn, Etc., Limo, Hair Plaster and Cemant. ti 1 Agonts ior the Standard Pressed Brick and Rud Brick. t^a^^e^^a^^^^*^^^I * CommercialAvenue, Anaconda, Montana. | o- * 't'O-toonnaonoooo* reBsvtnrssMss tba id.^- d neveral 111 -nths air.^ the^1 \cuit1 m of the s 1-..11^, \ tt bjr the I'nlon Paclfl ^^Mass. on account of the^^iii^lar Conclave, The rate^1 ire for the round trip via^led, making the cheap tat^Tickets will l e on i-.tle Au-^nd will hear tit. il ItmH for^' eteptemher Uth, tmt may^i to October i.th it' .1, s,r ,j.^^eaehes nil the pfiactpaJ t.erest and all trains are^lh the very latent patterns^',s*pinc and dinliiK ears,^r sivacc will b. ^*ry much^and all i-asseiiKcrs ar. rc-^ti.iko laMitnthina a^ early^to enabi-' the aoaansMy to nive*sary enulpment. eaillon ^eur nearest Tnion^tit for further Information,^he Another Is-lit I.lkeix :r- slonin Antjnsst, Forid-snsing an-,1 purifying ^inks.^closet*, drains and treat! ntptJO, noth^^ing eqti Us |ted Seal Lye Fine granu-^latist, an I packed in large sifting top^cxns. quickly.Over2,000prhvtoenli'scmrnls. PrcniBtureni'-smeans unnut)J in die flmt rtsite. It !s a rfBptOni of n inln^l weakness andbarrstrness. it cuu bo Mnffal ^ Msnaa bytho nseot Hudvan. Thenew discuvery was mail^ 1 7 the Stvelnl-^Istsoftlieold iainuHudson Meclctl Institute.^It Is the strongest vlisnzcr Liaue. It is very^powerful, tint hutmlcss. Suhl fer 31 oti a psck^^spoiini inckaecit fur S5.00(|lalnsi;^ledlioxia). wrllltnfnartnltt yiTeu as/a ea^% it yon buy sixboxes and arc not entirely cured, six more^will l,e sent to veil tree of til e'lsriti-s.^^andfee rirrulorsnnd ti^tinieiUBN. Addrcst^Hl'USON MEDICAL INSTITl'TE,^JuDctlun Stocklou, 'larket ^ Kills att*^^iiu Vraniisi o, I a I. ttto Mlisoula,Montana, lliit^.ns Ave. Onetin.l one tia'f blaeks fr-'tn N V ile-^imi. Oao a.l tat hi I hoc.,, from^has ni*^t center t-.xeelbNnt tatil',^s ,-am lieat. ha-etile . | .1 I t-ads. flee^tins. s.iiii|uo rooais fer catumeri'iai men.^lla.es gi.eu. Win.Kennedy, Ml^r tJ.si!i^a^^oa^n'!-^'^^^ee-!'^oei-:'^^dn^- ^e :^^^^^ ^^^^^^ NorthernSteamship Company STcamshipNorth \\cst and Kwtl Uwd. SEMI-WEEKLYSERVICE, l^f. KasNllutinil,Monday* and Fridayi Ir m Oulutlt Bound,I'u-'sil.tys CHARLK5bMSLEY, Bclantifleandl^Di'corattvo udfridayi from Bntttlo. Connection ntdjd tt thd Boo ahd IfacsTiMd^Island s'.oitner* tor Lake ataMlgto '' ThoNorthern steams ,ids aro exclusive., . . tatlfagarl an I jaakt stnaaj nh*_*a^^Maekbstt Is at.d. Detroit, lieteland and 111111 do. 1 hestsh p^ tre the larm-l and lttie-.on the^creat lases. ami eiiua. in equl .ment and lln.ih IM best ^ e it I n r- I Ii ^ trm l,t^i Wist by^w erbe we 11 Dtiatth an I i.uttalo In ma.i- a I tile I i.ui tr do time, tas aterat ^ i^fJO ^j-M^tne,,tv mies an hiMir. AH the comforts of the nn*U hotei- 1 rl^ 1. witu tatir* irtoi^BI^froni dnsi. 11.1- aad eMfmlon iua In connection wuh the t.real Northern ..^'^'T^*^*^^Minuet tad rj m. from tbe fwta elites sad the west. ^lt ^ ir retitul trip 'J. ^v^l^k^r4T^^est Visiters teer frost the east sgeosd Use the see ims'ap ooa way tit Icait. lor uimr ta-^Ktmatiou a|.p.^ to any a^out of the Oreat Nortm-ra BttUway, of addr ii F.I. WHITNEY, (i. P. dt T. A., St Paul.^J. E DAWSON, OEN. AOENI. Butte, olont. MU5ICAND DANCING. MtttQUit,.Mont. FORCATARRH Dr*tnaMdiscii it. TheGODFREY ^ FOOTE Orchestra^haw commenced an entrapment at the^BOULDER HOT SPRINGS and will^Play tor Parties Night or Day in the^Large Pavillton Wire tor Rooms Q.Q. BBCKWITH, Manager.