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THEANACONDA STANDARD. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4 189 3.
JSuttedepartment APPAREL ForSum OurStock for Summer^Wear is all in LIGHTSUITS Enoughto be able^to please anybody. STRAWHUTS OurLine at One Dollar laa world-beater. BICYCLESUITS Thelateat things out;all prlcos. BICYCLEPANTS SWEATERS Quitean assort^^ment at from $2 CO^to 14. Allstylea and col^^ors; prices from OneDollar up. LIGHTUNDERWEAR^LIGHT SHIRTS^EVERYTHING LIGHT FOR SummerWear tlu//i/7y(c- Jfiwefara ENGRAVED VISITINGCARDS Wefurnish an engraved^pLate and one hundred^cards lor $1.50. If you^have the plate it will cost^only $1.00 lor the cards^Styles of engraving and^samples of cards sent on^application. Estimatea^given lor wedding an^^nouncements and invita^^tions. \*Je wafers Dr.Fenton's^Tooth Powder TheBest on Rtrtl SEEOUR WINDOW DISPLAY^THIS WEEK FOSSELMANDRUG CO. 13East Park Street, Butte. BLTTECiTFS MONEY TreasurerHill Completes His State^^ment for the Month of May. HEALTHOFFICER'S REPORT TheMortuary Record Shows the^Number or Deaths to be 81 ^^Diphtheria Adds Many to^the List-Other Causes. CityTreasurer Yoder yesterday com^^pleted his repor' 'or the montti or May.^It is as follows- May1, cash In bank$18,735 10 May1, cash on hand2,030 02 CollectIons-^GeneralI Pub.Improvement. 300^150 00^611 1]^153 45^809 25^1.300 70^58 50^90 00^299 76^50 00 Streetgrade. Sevier Streetand alley...^Police ot. receipts Light PublicMbrary Pub.lm. diet. No. 1^Health Licenses Gambling| Amusements Billiards Billposting Dog Hackand express..^Hotel and lodging.^Liquor2,439 00 3.62678 1,70010^202 50^60 00^25 00^6 00^101 50^170 00 Laundry. Livery Merchandise Peddlers Professional Pawnbrokers.. . . Plumbers Lightand water... Taxes-General$ Sprinkling 4000^30 00 97300'^92 50 10000^40 00^30 00^50 00 27765 300 6,05960 28063 Total330.631 15 Less warrants paid during^month of Mayt 6,903 95 Addcheck No. 288 not paid..^May 29, cash in First Nationalbank, as pervoucher322,591 88 May29,cas!h on hand 1,162 32 323.72720^27 00 323,75420 123,754 20 Themortuary report of Dr. O. B.^Whltford, health officer, for the month^of May shows 61 deaths during the past^month. There were also 25 deaths in^April not reported, and three stillborn,^making the itotal deaths since the last^report 89. The following were tlhe^causes of death: Miningaccident10 Bronchitis4 Bronchitiscapillary 2 Convulsions 1 Cancerliver 1 Consumption 5 Congestionlungs 1 Diphtheria 9 Dropsy4 Difficultlabor 1 Diabetes 1 Debilitysenile 1 Exposure 1 Heartfailure 2 Headswelling 1 Laryngitis1 Marasmus1 Measles12 Meningitis 1 ObstructionIntestinal1 Pneumonia8 Pneumoniabroncho 5 Peritonitis1 Prematurebirth 2 Suicide2 Uraemlopoisoning1 Unknown6 Stillbirth2 ParalysisI 1 Notstated 1 Total'89 Thereport states that the death rate^Is greater than usual the past month'^and seemingly very mucin so; but as^ithe official year ended with April the^reports for that month had to be made^a little before the month ended, leav^^ing 25 deaths properly belonging to the^month of April to be credited to the^month of May. The actual number of^deaths for ithls month was 61, Which, of^Itself, was a big Increase. The epi^^demic of diphtheria In Walkervllle add^ed greatly to the Bet for the month.^During May there were nine deaths^from diphtheria, 12 from measles, 13^from pneumonia, 10 from accidents.^Measles have been very prevalent In Its^epidemic form for two months all over^the United States. The exact number^of cases of that disease in this city^cannot be given, but it was very large.^The report states that 69 of those dy^^ing were single, 11 married, 2 widow^^ers, 1 widow, 6 not stated. Sixty-one^were males and 28 females. Twenty-^seven were under 1 year old; 17 from 1^to 5 year; 6 from 5 to 10; 4 from 10 to^20; 9 from 20 to 30; 8 from SO to 40; 7^from 40 to 50; 4 from 50 to 60; 2 from^60 to 70; 2 from 70 to 80. Forty-four^were born In Montana, 3 In other states,^1 In Italy, 1 In Germany. 1 In Wales, 2^In Norway, 1 in China, 2 in England. 3^In Canada. 1 In France, 10 in Ireland,^16 not stated. Sixty deaths were In^Butte, 19 within three miles of Butte,^1 in St. James' hospital, 1 In Wells' hos^^pital, 8 in other parts of the county. Threewere housewives, 16 miners, 1^gardener, 1 saloonkeeper, 1 laborer, 1^buecher, 1 millman, 1 doctor, 51 were^children, 10 not stated, 2 stillborn.^Thirty-four were buried in Mount Mo^^ri ah cemetery, 46 In the Catholic ceme-^terdy. 3 were shipped to Michigan. 2 to^Colorado. 1 to Washington. 1 to Min^^nesota, 1 was burled In the .Chinese^cemetery and 1 in the county ceme^^tery. The Butte Undertaking company^handled 27 corpses, Sherman 51, CH111-^gan ^ Duggan 11. There were 10 cor-^orner's Inquests. ionof the dog or Its face value^In cash and for damages and $32:76^costs. Elts claims that he had never^been served with a summons n the^case and he appealed to Klrkwood to^set aside the default judgment, but^the Justice refused to do It and Kltz^appeals to the district court to correct^the Judgment. IhwCaao Agalu.t II iinborly, Theprosecution seems to have a^pretty strong case against John Ham-^berly, the man who was arrested Mon^^day evening on the charge of arson.^Hamberly is accused of having set fire^to the dairy stables of Robert Rand in^Park canyon, about two years ago.^which burned three head of cows and^a lot of property. Hamberly had been^In Rand's employ up to a few days be^^fore the fire, but had been discharged.^He threatened to get even with Hand^and also told a hired girl that he would^burn the stables down. On the morn^^ing of the Are he was seen in the^mountains near by by some wood chop^^pers. He was on the way over the^range and they asked him what he was^doing out that early In the morning^He said he was hunting, although he^had no gun with htm and when he was^asked where his gun was he made^some excuse and continued on his way^across the range. That was the last^seen of him until he turned up In Unite^a few days ago and on Tuesday he was^seen on the streets and recognised by^one of the wood choppers who had met^him on the morning of the Are. His^presence In town was made known to^the police and he was arrested under a^warrant that had been out for him for^a long time. SuitUlnmLacd.^By consent of both sides, the suit of^William Thompson against Henry G.^Hawes for possession of thei hooks and^records of the old J. R. Boyce. Jr.,^company, and for damages, was yester^^day dismissed as settled, each side pay^^ing Its own costs. ! * ^*^ Co. t ^ ^rd Thesheriff's monthly report was filed^yesterday, showing that during May^$380.10 was collected In fees, of which^$134.85 was paid out In expenses. The^remainder, $245.25, was paid over to the^treasurer. JohnB, Lloyd yesterday brought suit^against Lawyer I). Robertson Harlow^for $500 and Interest, due on a note^dated Oct. 19. 1895, and made payable^four months after date. An attach^^ment was levied on the defendant's^library. CIVE IT A TRIAL. HERMANY TROUBLES Jnine Hail Is in the Asylum, Bat^Must Return to Butte AVERY INTERESTING CASE Mr.Winters Addresses a Mysto-^noui Remark to hysiclan Al-^void-i- attars considered by^th^i-ountyC^ mml-.aioners. HomeMinnesota r^opl^ Aro Willing lo Wr V on-Uuder he SIItit ftlxntl ird^H. W. Turner, general manager of the^Butte General Klectrlc company, re^^turned yesterday from a trip of s- ceral^weeks to St. Paul, Duluth and other^cities of Minnesota. Mr. Turner found^that there is some truth In the report^that the silver .sentiment Is stronger^In that suite than one would conclude^from the attitude of the most of the^papers of Ural stat^. He found that^among the farmers and small business^men there Is a strong feeling In favor^of silver and among others tiie senti^^ment Is growing. Uuslness is not too^good there, and many expressed them^^selves as about ready to give the silver^side of the question a trial. They had^been listening to the goldbugs and had^stood In with them but no relief had^been afforded It seemed to them tint^It might be well ncv to try the other^side of the question and see what the^result might be. Home of tli'in ex^^pressed the opinion that In any event^the country could not bo ruined by^trying free coinage of silver for two or^three years and they could not be much^worse off. Mr. Turner enjoyed his trip^very much and is looking well. TheCentervllle Social club will give^a concert and dance at their hall Frt-^day evening, June 5th. Admission, 25^cents. ALL OVER A $15 DOO. fr\t TneSubject fer an Application for ofK tI.w. A$15 dog is the subject of an applica^^tion for a writ of review filed in Judge^McHatton's court yesterday by Frank^Bits, In the name of the state. W. F.^Kirkwood's records are the ones to be^reviewed. In his application for a writ^Elti relates that on May 6. a suit was^brought against himself and wife In^Judge Kirkwood's court at Meaderville,^by John Koajer, to obtain a judgment^for rossessi in of a dog alleged to be^vaP'ed at $15. and for $10 as damages^for the wrongful detention of the $15^cur. ^^n May 1\ a Judgment by default^was entered against the ^! . . lanta for Thecounty commissioners yesterday^received a rather startling reminds*^that J-nnie Hull, the ....' trie young^won.m uim was soul to in,, a.-y'.iii.i^last February, Is still In existence. Tne^young woman w h so muni- also ap^^pears on the asylum rsoordsj as Jennie^Roles had a weakness for old men and^got In trouble several times on tin^account. A short while l^ fore she wua^sent to the asylum she accused a well-^known old man with having wrmged^her and demanded repartition by mar^^riage, which he refused and then^charged her with insanity. At the ex^^amination she protested that she was^not insane, but the commissioners con^^cluded that she was craxy and ordered^her sent to the asylum. Yesterdaythe county commissioners^received a communication from Attor^^ney General Haskell stating that it was^evident the young woman was in an^Interesting condition at the time she^was committed to the asylum and that^she would shortly become a mother.^The state, said Mr. Haskell, cannot^keep her any longer at any asylum and^there Is no suitable place there to keep^her away from other |^atlents and Bjfl^place or nurses for that purpose; there^^fore. It becomes necessary to turn her^over to the officers of Silver'How coun^^ty, and the commissioners were re^^quested to he ready to receive her. The^attorney general's communication was^referred to County Attorney Wines. Thetriangular controversy going on^between the county auditor, commis^^sioners and the county physician some^^times brttSJS out matters In which the^public have an Interest. Mr. Winter.i^has written a very severe letter In re^^ply to Dr. Alv^ id's monthly report, In^which he says the doctor was not a^resident of the state for one year pi I t^to his eppolntniciit and oniHoi|iientiy^In not eligible to the OSsOS he Is BOS)^holding. ^You know and I know why^you got It,^ la a rather mysterious re^^mark contained in Mr. Winters' lat^^est communication. ProfessorMo n ^, one of the library^trustees, was bcf^re the board of com^^missioners j sterday to suggest that^the medal and diplomas aw nd.il Sll-^j ver How county by the world's fair^! commissioners be placed In the public^library for exhibition and safe keeping^and an order was made In t.ccorduncu^with the suggestion. Thecounty treasurer was authorized^to transfer the surplus moneys In the^several county fund i i m pi the school^fund to such fund or fine's .is he may^deem to be baas for the Interest of the^county AssessorWartleld made his monthly^re]^ort yesterday showing that In April^! anil May he oottsated M 1 paid over to^| the county treasurer i txes ns follows:^i on personal property, $4,064.84; n id^takes, $13.221.15; poll tax, 111,127.20; to-^i tal, $28,405.29. J HII IMS fhoni lei4. lua. Mainsitriot. DRESSGOODS SECTION To-Ddiy.50 in^b All^Sjrge, All Colors al Wool Franc b. ^.Lte 5oc P.ttt'sruDresses In endless ^arie:y a: qriatly^reduced prices. We call camcuuar attention^to our ue.utiful assortment, ol Fancy Oooliat Ea ern Pr.ces tack EMBROIDERIESand LACES Ourentire stock cross on sale to-i-i- at spsoial^prices. Be Sure and sse w^t'. we are showing. LADIESUNDERWEAR To-Dv. we offar exceptional values in^Underwear, pr.coa trom 120 up. FRAHMANDRY GOODS Co XA Olvesthe best Instruction by the most modern and practical methods and^the ablest Instructors In Bookkeeping with actual business practice, short-^band, typewriting, practical English, elocution and music. Business houses^supplied with competent office help. Call or send for free Journal. Established1890. A.F. RICE. Proprietor. BEEHIVE ScreenDoors Screen Windows The.T. L. I. wdll give a leap year^party at the Y. M. t parlors Friday^evening, June 5. Tickets, $1. Can be^had at 222 North Main street, also at^the door in the evening. TheBicycle Contest.^Look in D. M. Newbro Drug Co.'s^window and see what a beautiful lady^Cleveland bicycle R. C. Howell ^ (V.^are giving for the most popular young^lady In Butte. Home-manufacturedReady Mixed^Paints at Scbatzlein's, 14 W. Broadway DRS.MURRAY ^ FREDND Hospitaland Offices Corner Quarts am^Alaska street, Butte, stoat. Talsphoas 71^aad 111 far Ambulance. TheCash CLOTHINGCOMPANY HEADQUARTERS KM SummerClothing.^Hats, Shoes,^Underwear, Neckwear,Gloves, Shirts*^Suspenders, HaltHose. Everythingstrictly up to date and |^the latest styles, fabrics and designs.^All goods sold for cash orly. and at the^lowest possible prices. CASH^CLOTHING CO.. Cor.Main and I'aik.^CUT THIS OUT. R.C. liOWcLL ^ CO. ThisMammoth Emporium Just re^^ceived a carload of Screen Doors. We^^how one at $1.75, complete, hinges,^hook and knob. Screens for any slse^window to order; lit your house out for^fly time. ^MjM...i^^stwialsH _- MONEY Invest.1 In farm land In the Bitter Rootvail y ISSAFE Address,stating what you want an* amountvou will Invest. GEO.F. BROOKS RealEstate Seasonablearticle now Is a Refriger^^ator, 400 to choose from. The Famous^A I. ska. a nice f.imlly style, for $(.00. Missoula ivontana WmTToc- M Tt flrown'se. It r. fhsiansss, MarcuaDaly, v. k. Siras.mt. H0GL\BKOWXLEB ^ CO.,^BANKERS. SCTTBC1TT. MOMAS*. TraSliettit SSSMtSj B.ii.'.u; B l'U*H Elr^ebjuga Jta ^n on the Icadiag ci ic* of caropo. coi.i.k 1 loss ritOMFTLT ATTSKDSS TO. Corro,on lent. Well. v^ .v, Co.. New^York | Wei ^, K.irgo a i e. ft* t L*ks; Wr| a.^fatao ft i ^. iau Kittle isC '. omatm .tailnual^Baa*. Oia.tua, Huge, . SjtJ ^ I .ucanila IVote for Asthe Most Popular Young^Lady of Butte PRZK^A Udy Cleveland Bicycle^value $1' 0 0U. THEVIKING i*s I (6) S!^^^@^^ @^@^@@@@!^^^BUTTE^ | DRYGOODS I COMPANY 'v TheMontana eraeks--r^^ll, Peters and rtcr ^of Hutt* ride t^Davli of Oreat Palls rides the Viking. Why^ Because it. Is^Biade. i|tnu fur Montana-A. J. Dorrs-^-'. IMsBSJ P'^R. Fussy. Missoula: Frank Kelsey. Phlllpibuii;: Dr. J I' Wai^Great Kails Cycle Co.. Great Falls: Redistil A Hunter. B^^Moulds*. Prank Matrayi MaiYswilc. W. U Couuju. 1'ark stssMI Vlklnc Ni'm (liebest SriesJ^e C*e . But'.e. J. Chj'.cau W. 3w est GREATJUNE REDUCTION^SALE. Adthe With Cut Prices in All De-^part men is. 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