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THE ANACONDA STANDARD. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. 1897.
NORTHERNMONTANA TheNorthern Hunt ana OftVa of the MaMard^^ |M^M In th* Bach l ory Hliara. Grant Valla,^*trwtly apnnita tha Park Hotel. Aavertiiing^^tattM fumuhi'd un apulication. THEIRANNUAL DAY Minersof Northern Montana to Enjoy^a Seison of Festivities CHEATFALLS NEWS iSafe That WasK fl it by Burglars Gueve. THEY WANT IT RESTORED GRANDCARNIVAL OF SPORTS BaitUnion Starts Off With a Splen^^did Programme and Nelhart^Will hollow With Mora^of the Same Kind GreatFalls, June 9^Miners' union^flay In Northern Montana Is to lie made^one long to be remembered In the his^^tory of the state. Nineteen years ago,^comparatively speaking, a handful of^miners formed what was then known as^a miners' union. In those days one of^the objects of the organisation was so^^cial Intercourse, and another the estab^^lishment of a uniform scale of wages to^be paid throughout the territory. Year^by year has marched its onward march^until it has grown to be one of the- most^useful as well as powerful branches of^unionism. Fraternalism has been a^tenet nursed most carefully, and after^passing through the tire of numerous^trials the miners of Montana are to-day^found in the bonds of friendship w ith u^strength equal to that of any order on^the face of God's verdant footstool. Boit is that a day has been set apart^to commemorate the organization of^the union. This year greater efforts^have been made In Northern Montana^to appropriately observe the occasion^than ever before and to this end no^^tone has been left unturned In the sev^^eral mining camps of this locality. OnSaturday next Biit will Inaugur^^ate the festival tinder the auspices of^Belt Creek Miners' union No. 24, W. Y.^M. At licit park a graml programme^of speeches and athletic sports will be^carried out. For the sporting events^valuable cash prizes ale offered. Sonic^of the best talent In the state will com^^pete and several prominent athletes^from outside points have promised to^attend. At^:30 o'clock in the morning I grand^paradewill organize at theMincrs' union^hall. and. praetdad by the Miners' union^band, will march to the park, where, at^10:30 o'clock. Hon. Oliver M. Holmes^will deliver the oration of the day. Ad^^journment will then be taken for lunch^^eon. At 1 o'clock the athletic sports^v ill begin, w ith bicycle races as fol^^lows: Twomiles, open to all comers^First^l;rlze, 110; second, $5; third, J^.jO. En-^tiance fee, $1. Amateurbicycle race, two miles ~^First prize, $7.50; second, $3.73; third,^11.75. Entrance fee, M cents. Bicyclerace, for boys, H years and^under, one mile^First prize. $5: second.^t'2M; third. Il.lt. Entrance fee. M cents. Immediatelyat the conclusion of^these the following races will be run: Footrace, 100 yards, open to all com^^ers^First prize, |10; second, $5. En^^trance fee, $1. Hoys'foot race. 14 years gnd under.^100 yards^First prize, $!^: st'eond. $2.50. Qlrls1foot race, 15 years and under, 50^yards^A handsome prize. Sackrace. 50 yards - First prize. $l.^.ii,^second, tM^ F.nt ranee free. liarrelrace. 100 yards^First prize,^$10; second. $.^^. Entrance fee. ,^.0 cents. Tubrace-First prize, $2.50; second,^$1.25. Runninghigh leap^First prize. $^.;^tecopd, $2.50. Entrance fee. 50 cents. Therewill be ;i match game of foot-^bull between llelt and Sand Coulee^teams for a purse of $ail, and a basi 1 ^:t 11^game between the Hell Black Diamond^dub and an outside club. Thefollowing committees will have^charge of tin' programme: Arrangements-William Steele. .1. I'.^Madlgan, Lent Huble, George Kaudre,^James Ingram, J. J. Lewis, J. H. Mc-^Permott. Sports-JamesIngram, Lem Hubble,^George Handle. Reception-it. Bates. Lant Sproulc,^James Eriekson. M. F. 1'urcell, J. U.^MoDermott. J. I'. Madlgan, J. J. Lew is. Inthe evening a ^Glimpse of Fairy^^land1' will be given at odd Fellows'^ball, under the management of Mis ^!.^H. Wallace. OnMonday, June 14, Nelhart w ill give^Its seventh annual celebratoin. under^the patronage of Kelt Mountain Miners'^union. The exercises of the day will^commence wilh a grand parade to start^from Miners' union hall at 10 a. m. and^march to the O'Hiien road and return^to CHWlaid hall, where an address will^be delivered by Hon. ^). M. Holmes.^The following programme of sports has^been arranged, to commence at 2 p. m : Drillingcontest, unien men. oloiihl. CivilAction to Recover Sid Will^Co to tha Pen-Death of Mlaa^O'Crady, a Popular School^Teacher - Notes. hand,time for each team 15 minutes,^seven-eighths steel, hammer not to ex^^ceed eight pounds, entrace fee $7 per Firstprlxe. $75; second prixe, MS. I 8lowbicycle race, entrance fee 13^^First prlxe. SMI; second prixe. $5yeQ ^1)0 Flit MODfV 10 Faitbicycle race, entrance fee $2- | ^ ^ uu ul ^uu^7 lu^First prise. 110. second prlxe. $5. Piperace, entrance fee 50 cents, 75^yards and return, winner to return^smoking^Prlxe. $5. Boys'race, under 12 years, entrance^fee 50 cents^First prixe, $3; second^prixe. $2. Girls'race, under 12 years, entrace fee^25 cents^ First prixe. $:^. second prlxe, $2. Timekeepers^ ^rrin Ireland. James E.^Cleary. Mike Styles. Judgesof sports^E. P. Collard. J. A.^Riehey, Bert Perry, Harry Crane,^George Powers. Avoting contest for the most popular^young lady w ill be a feature for which^a $50 bicycle is offered. In the evening^a grand ball will be given at Craw^^ford's hall. Thefollowing committees will have^charge: ArrangementsB. O. Lemon. W. H.^Wuoten. L M. Searight, L. A. Bruce.^James Collard. HeeeptionMessrs. and Mesdames J^K. Quirk. J. A. Riehey, William Glffels,^Jerry Keegan, Archie Mcintosh, 1'. Kil-^lctn. FloorMike Mctlowan. It. W. Jones.^A. D. M^ Leod. S P. Farquharson, Mike^Paisley. Rock-JamesSterling. John Hogarty,^John Powers. James Fleming. John^DrlMVllle. Henry Daniel*. M,^^ Forget Dawration-John Pkabtrger, D. T. A.Mackintosh. George It. Duver. M. J.^Paisley, Fred Maxwell. ii. O. Kempfer,^Frank Llnquist, .1. J. Schaerdt. DoorkeepersE. J. Sanford, Hugh^Stevens, Thornton Hughes. THAT PONJtHA AFFAIR. Thetrouble with^us nowadays is, tint^we do not lead nat^^ural lives. The feni^inine portion of out^society is especially^culpable in this way.^It is really a wonder^that women arc as^healthy as they arc.^Very few women get^any outdoor exer^^cise. Very many get^no exercise at all.^Modes of dressing^interfere with the^proper muscular^action and with the^circulation of the^blood. All the hy^gienic law s arc bro.^ken. It is little won^der that nine women^in ten are troubled^with some derangement or irregularity in^the action of the organs distinctly feminine^Neglect and wrong lung will shew thin^selves first in the Most delicate organs of^the whole hodv. With such weakness and^sickness so prevalent, it is to be expected^that the bearing of children would be^fraught with dread and danger. It ihsaiM^not be so, of course. Nature never meant^it to be so The performance of the high^est function of which ' woman is capable^should not be accompanied by pain If^perfectly natural living were the rule, it^would not be so. As lives are lived, some^thing else must be done A remedy must^be found. For over thirtv ycafS. Dr. Pierce^has been chief consulting phiaWia to the^Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of^Buffalo. N\ Y. During that time he has^treated thousands of wornm He has^found in his ^Favorite Prescription^ a^never-failing specific for female complaints^It strengthens the whole body and when^taken during gestation, -hortens the period^of labor and makes childbirth well-nigh^painless It also promotes an abundant^accretion of nourishment lor the child. NoWarrant for Milled!!'. Arrest, nml^Probably None- M ||| |^^,. CroatFalls, June ^.-News from^Shelby Junction Is to the effect that^Joe Mc Kay, w ho was s. verely cut at^Pondera Sunday night by Jam. s Mc-^Devltt, will recover, although his es^^cape from death seems almost miracu^^lous. The two men have not been^friends for some time and the quarrel^of Sunday night was the natural se^^quel to a feud of long standing. Mc^^Kay, who was formerly employed as a^fireman and engineer on the (Ireat^Northern and Great Falls ^ Canada^railways. Is alleged to hu\o made a^bitterly Insulting remark concerning^a well known and highly respected^member ef McDevitt s family and the^Indignant father resented the Imputa^^tion by attempting to cut the heart^out of the ilefamer nnd slanderer of^Innocence. That he was not successful^Is due entirely to the Interference of^spectators who held the indignant and^enraged parent while the cowardly tra-^ducer of a c hild's reputation escaped^from the building and was hurriedly^smuggled on board of a train headed^for Shelby Junc tion. It Is probably^fortunate for all concerned that a^waiting truln offered McKay an ave^^nue of escape, as there Is little doubt^but he would have been killed had Mc-^Devitt been able to find him Sunday^night. JimMcDevitt is known throughout^Northern Montana as a big-hearted,^Whota entiled Irishman who would di^^vide his remaining dollar with a friend^or yield up his last crust to a compan^^ion. He has the reputation, however,^of being quick to resent an insult and^It is believed would shed hin heart's^blood if nssary to protect the repu^^tation of those who arc near and dear^to him. He was one of the early sher^^iffs of Olioteau county and. with John^Healy. Hilly Howe, Van Hale and^other old-time residents of Ilenton. pre^^served order and niaim.iincd peace^when the northern part of the territory^was hi iidquartcrs fur a tough gang of^daring crooks and outlaws^both red^and white. He is at present n heavy^taxpayer and prosperous stockman of^Tton county, nnd while his faults are^openly numerous, these are believed to^be more than over-balanced by many^admirable and redeeming traits of^character. Asyet no wnrrant has been issued^for McDcvitt's arrest, for the Pondera^incident, and if McKay rec eivers, as is^now probable. It Is not believed there^will be. as public opinion In that section^appears to sustain the' father In re^^senting as he did the insult offeree 1 his^daughter's reputation by a drunken^rowdy In a public resort. Inthese clays of culture ancl progress^do not wear a frizzly beard or mus^^tache, when they can be coloreel a nat^^ural brown or blae k at home with^Buc kingham's Dye. COLLIG. CONTESTS -ilernry 1114lrationet, Fsaiiye unci oile r^IMafftal -The Winners. SpecialCorrespondence of the Standard. Kozeman. June S.^Tuesday evening^I In se veral literary societies of the- ag^n.ulturul college of Montana held a 1^contest In the opera house. The pro-^gramme this year was somewhat of a^digression from that generally given, as ' Insteadof the usual rlthgts it was di- | videdinto three parts, the first being |^a contest in orations, a second In es- I^says, and a third in declamations, in^^terspersed with music. When the col^^lege was founded thi Arena society |^came intei e xiste nce, and until the last^sc hool year was the only literary soci^^ety in the- institution, w hen two others,^one for ladles only, the Cllolian. and the^other an opponent of the Arena, the^Zc i he get hen. were organized, and It^was among these three that the battle^was fought. These societies are regard^^ed by the faculty as a very important^fac tor in the college c urriculum. Asis usually the e-ase the re is a great^deal of rivalry among the soc ieties and^the contest was looked forward to with^a great de al of interest, both by the stu^^dents ami many outside the college. A^board of Judges was chosen, of whom^the' following were the members: Rev.^Maclean, chairman; Messrs. W. W.^Wyiie, Egbe rt Ces krill. J. It. Staats and^W. L. tlolloway. who marked the e-mi-^IsataiRs on the.ught. position, delivery,^originality and impression mi the- aieU-^ence in the orations and essays, and in^the declamations on delivery, imperson^^ation ami impression on the audience. Thefollowing were the successful^competitors: i ^rations. Erne st Edsall: .-ml. Alie-e Martin: essays. Mattle Gardner;second. Will Simons: decla^^mations. Mae Kidd: second. John Peat.^It was hard to feadgt to whom the^laurels we re due as all ga' e ev idence .ef^e iinsiderable talent In their se veral^parts. The programme' v as as follows: Quartot. Tarantella. ' Enke. Urace^Write, Eelith Brown, Julia Martin. Ada^Fell. rati. m. Alii- Martin, lieeniesti.^Science; Sam Crotsihe Altruism: Ernest^Edsall. tin- RaCS l'i..Idem In America,^piano solo. Polonaise Nee. l op. L'g. Cho^^pin. Miss Parkins: cssa . Will Simons,^The Sunday Session. IV l^ Patterson.^The Tenemeni Mattie Gardner. Signs^of the Times: vocal solo. Roll Call.^^Plnsuti. Mr Wism t. .1. . Uoiatcoi. John^Peat. ' Spartactis to the Roman En-^\..v^. .Vs.- Kl'ld Mari s Ride. ' Jer^^ome Locke. ^The Alternate.^ quartet.^Lustspiel Ouveriure. Keler lb-la IVag^Wlllson. Hyron Story. Louis Howard.^Robert Chisholm. GreatFalls. June ^.^A civil action to^recover $340 on an attachment growing^out of a $H00 robbery at Nelhart Is on^trial In the district e-ourt to-day. The^title of the case is Joseph Ferris vs.^James Matthews. Matthews is a sa^loon keeper at Nelhart. For years past^It has been a custom among the miners^to use Matthews' safe as a depository.^Early this spring, various iiersnns had^In there about $2,500. $1,609 of which^was in negotable paper. One night^when leaving the place Matthews neg^^lected to lock the safe, but simply asM^lng It. locked the door to his bar room^and went home. During the night^thieves effected an entrance and got^away with the entire contents of the^safe Although seveial persons for^some time were uncle r the eye of the '^Meagher county oill, iais. evidence was I^net procurable sufficient to warrant^their arrest and conviction, nnd so the^guilty parties .scaped Several at^^tachment suits were then brought by^the miners to recover the amount they^had on deposit. The defense is that^the safe was used as a matter of ac^^commodation for which the proprietor^received no fee and that all money^left therein was at the risk of the^ovv ners. HidChlsholm, the dusky elude who '^during a scrap ut the COIOcFSd c lub bit^off the ear of J. J. Jackson, was found^guilty of mavhein In the district^court this morning and is now honked^for the penitentiary The colored peo^^ple are greatly excited over the ver- j^diet, for Chlsholm was a great favorite^In society. On Saturday at 1:40 p. m .^the prisoner w ill be arralsned for sen^^tence. AliceCtey, alias A hag Light and sev^^eral other aliases, a leader In the so^^ciety of abandoned females. Is missing^A warrant Is out for her for contempt^of court and It will probably be more^healthy for the woman who once cut^a wide swath 111 this city to remain^In Hut to- where It Is be lieved she has^gone. On Monday last Alice made com^^plaint that she had been assaulted by^one Frank Smith, a barkeeper. In evl- 1^dence she exhibited a swollen cheek. A j^warrant was Issued for Smith bbut^when he was arraigned the prosecut^^ing witness was nowhere to be found.^Before leaving she wrote Frank a note^expressing her regret fur having done^him Injury and hade him good-bye. In I^the last two months this Is the woman's !^third experience with the law. She '^claims to be the daughter of a rnlted^States army officer stationer! In Wyom^^ing and left her father's home with^I a deserting soldier who brought her as |^I far as Helena and deserted her. She ^^[ the n took up an abandoned life w hion^she has led ever since.^Charles I.avvson, proprietor of trig*^j Midway madhouse bet-ween C.reat Falls^and Belt, this tin -ing brought man^^damus proceedings to compel County f^Treasurer Gelsthorpe to Issue him a li^^cense to dispense liquor In quantity at^his place under the dollar a month li^^cense law. Acting upon I he opinion of^the attorney general, the treasurer re^^fused to Issue any but a $150 license,^and there will be made a test case.^I Lavvson for a year has enjoyed a dol-^i lar license and it Is alleged has clone^business the same as any other saloon,^selling drinks at 15 cents each On^this previous record the treasurer re^^fuses to issue the license. County At^^torney Lyter. who will represent the^treasurer In the proceedings, has ul^ready rendered an opinion in faveir of^Lavvson and matters are consequently^considerably mixed up. If the man^^damus is made permanent It will re^^sult In the refunding of the $l.^.o li^^cense already collecteel from a numbe r^of Illicit liquor selllers rounded up by^the sheriff throughout the county and^leave a large loophole for the carrying^on of a traffic from which the county^derives no revenue. Attorneysfor Mike Munich, convict^^ed at Belt of the crime of petit lar^^ceny, sentenced to tiO days in the county^jail and to pay a $50 fine, to-day^brought habeas corpus proceedings to^see ure his release1 upon serving his jail^sentence. Several criminals so so li^^te need have been released upon affi^^davits that they are poor and c annot^pay the line. Arrangementswere made to-day for^two games of baseball between .Great^Falls and He lena teams tei take place^In the hitter city on June 10 and 20. The^Helena team will pluy return games^hMI July 4 and 5. HiramJohnson, who was arrested^at Belt w hile wandering about In an laV^I sane condition, was to-dav adludge.l^insane by a commission and will be^I taken to Warm Springs for treatment^Miss Margaret O'Orady aged 23^j years, a teacher In the Smelter public^Fehool ami prominent in society in this^city, died this morning from pneu^^monia. The announcement of her^death has east a gloom over a large^circle of friends and acquaintances.^The first part of last week Miss^O'Orady contracted a Mid. to which lit^^tle attention was paid until Thursday,^when she was compell|e^e| to go to bad.^Its serious termination was not dream-^ed of until last night, win n si,, he. ame^worse and continued see until this :^morning, when she passed away sur- i^rounded by the members of her fam^^ily. Miss O'Grady c ame to (De al Falls '^live years ago from Houghton. Mich.,^with her brother. Janes O'Grady, at^pre sent head leookkeepc i for the Bos^^ton *^ Montana smelter. Threl years^agee she was elected a teacher in the^public school and had since rttahxed^that iMisltion with a marked degree , r^credit. On Monday night Ih^' she v. is^re-elected for the ensuing ye-.u By hi I^pupils and all who knew hrt she wasj^ge-nerallv beloved for her kind disposi^^tion Inning her residence she- had^taken an ae live part in all local so- I^ciety functions and was a g.-n-ral fav- I^orlte. Funeral arrangements have not 1^yet been made, but will ts e ur s.etle^time to-morrow. The remains will be^shipped to he r former hone at Hough^^ton for Interment. 1the office holders In Montana will bJ^j permitted to serve out iholr respective^I terms, and after e ..mmendlng Presi^^dent McKlnley for having reached that^decision, compliments several of the^more prominent Incumlcents, a sample^being as follows:^^ Collector of Customs D. O. Browne^I w ill, we are pleased to learn, remain^undisturbed in the possession of his of-^lic .^ until the expiration of its term.^I Mr Browne has made a most capable^I and efficient officer, w hich the Increased^I receipts from the office abundantly tes^^tify. That is a ttt naainiiedatWai w hich^Is not lost upon the appointing power,^and which will, doubtless. Insure the^continuance of the gentleman in his^present position.' itIs to be hoped that in this case the^Review will prove a true prophet. All^w ho remember the blttet personal fight^made over the continual ion of Mr^Browne will, if they are fair-mindeei.^favor his serving out his full term. As^far as the people of Northern Montana,^and es|eeclally of Cascade county and^C.reat Falls are conce rn, .!, regardless^af politics, there should not be a single^objection to his retamine the oosuion^for the entire period for which he was^appointed. It Is needless to sav that^for years Mr. Browne lias manifest, el a^s'enulne and legitimate interest In the^advancement of this city ami its busi^^ness. While he has guarded and pro- i1 Hie- Interests of the government inhis official caiwcitv. as a citlgen he-^has rendered material aid m increasing^tha shipments of ore. especially from^the British Columbia tinning districts^^ ilns point, for it is beyond qu-stlon^that to his personal efforts Is nrg.'ly^due the fact that after the '^cent^steamboat disasters'on the Kootenai^nver^whic h prnctu allv paial^X^l the^^ ^re trade from that see lion tie spea ly^resumption of traffic Is no* announced^There are other matters In vv nlch h^'^has evnlenceei his Intevesl. '.ul I here 11^no need to m.-ntion tr.eni In detail at^this time. Suffice It to say that he has^lone so. and we repat that . - ere la i -^minded resident in Great Falls, regard less of polities. Will be ^l atitleel to i.-arn.from so good a some as the Re-^vi.-w. that It Is the Intention of th^^preside nt to continue him in office mi^til his commission shall have cxelre 1^by limitation.',' THEVIGOR 0F_Y0UTH Yit'NEVER KNOW HOW HIOHLT^you prue It until you begin to see^Skate .Hons of Its loss How muc h It has to^do with your happiness, confidence In^yourself your pears ot mind and your ^^^^hlt'on for the future tVV ,11 like to feel^ycung like to be young In the vigor of^brata and other vital powers. Theweaknees and cii-.-ase which ages^people before their time is not the result^of seciimulated years; if Is the^ effect of^wrong living, excepes snrt dissipation. The^vltsl power ts drained from the nerves;^the founelation of manly vigor Is gone.^The animal magnetlsm-the- electric ity^Is^wssted. Dr.Sanden s Electric Belt Isa sterling remedy for these symptoms, restores youthful energy. It cannot bring^hack the years eras* trn-y are gone, but It can restore tho. vigor that should never^have been lost The thousands uf men who feel old at thtrty-tlve and forty, when^they should Is- at their best, can he made to fw-l 0. xood as nature intended them^at that age IrientieV men now recognise the worm of Dr Sanden s Electric Belt^as a tonic for areag nerves, ami it eh len s a wonderful sale. Resd^Three Classes of Men.^ Dr Harden s Belt. It will he sent closely sealed^free. Address HANPr.Nri.KCTKir CO., 25:i Washington toast, r.ertlaad. Or*. THEMARKETS. NewYork. June 9.-The stock market^proclaimed 10-day with exi raot dina ry em^^phasis tha stability and thinness of the^improve nient In values ^hie h ha^at hteved In the last two we^source s of the hears were^|i. 1111, illy effective efforts te^.1 ten. r.il le e. lion, but tin^abondoned In the face of th^of the last hour which carrle^to ^ highe r plane. h has he. 11 ks.The re-^xliausled in^hriug about Ihad to lie^-trong rally iIhf marke t attorneys he e Hue^,.t..l abused each^e 'offee picked up^.Ire wa pistol and Burlington Ml CanadianPacific GreatNorthern, preferred120 CentralPaillle N IllinoisCentral %'j LakeShore I^^a LeadTrust * MichiganCentral IM MissouriPacific We NorthAmerican Company 4\ NorthernPacific l:Pa NorthernPae llle. preferred 4eH, Northwestern,rx-cllv1^!' Northwestern,arefet-red IcW, NewYork CentralUXW, NewYork and New England 37 OregonShort Line *^ Utah North, m. MM PacificMall Zi's PullmanPalace MM RioOrande Wsetsm, effefed lit* Rioliraiide Weste rn, preferredMS Rock Island s^S Bt.Paul ^\ St.Paul, preferredUl's SouthernHaellic MS SugarRellnery IMS rtilullPae llle I I'nlonPae Hie. pre fe rred FargoKxpress I'tl Western I'nion M'e fjsasrslElectric W NationalLinseed lo'j MoneyMarket. NewYork. June ^ Money easy, cloeed^offered at I per cent. Sterling exchange^easier at tl NtTee'ei ^ .^7 for de mand und at^$4.s.^.Vei I-** for * dav s. MetalMarket. NewYork. June s.-Bllv.r M^easy; copper steady: brokers'^Flung^ |MHail M. I'-ad firmer;^$, :7'.'n.1. '^ broket - $.1 IS', pigiron^$11; a*-^exchange which,in the avuragats is very heavy.^Prices are more or less nominal and must^toe quoted at 11*1 IP,.- fcer lake-; IOS^l l^So ,^for electrolytic copper in oakes. wire Ivare^or Ingots. 10i,tiH^Si for c athodes and pM,c^for casting^'I he foreign market which early In the Ve e k opened at t I'l has sine^^^ elee lllleet to | ll livs. but c loses to-day at 1IH 15s for '^spot and 1.41' for three months prompt.^Though the coptH'r Industry ahroud inu- |^tinues In a flourishing condition, orders^for raw material show- a Melts sonic tailing I^off this wc.-k. manufacturers uudoiihteotly [^exp.-c ting to tie. able to lay in new sup^^plies al lower prle-e.es lev assuming a Walt lugattitude. Whether or Beg Ihah v^pe e la ileitis will lie realised depends on the^development of business hero, whic h Is^far from brisk. We quote in inula, i nr..I^sorts: English tough. X'.l Hindi t.'s! 5s; ls-st selected. A;52 5*41152 la*. strong sheet*, BeMl India sheets, ffajjajgej pa,^yellow metal. 4 l.'.-lekrl. The atailslle-s for^Ihe second half of the inoiilh -how in In^crease In slippllc s eef seel loll*. Hloodt trngeilji. JunctionCity. Ark . June I A bloo.lv^tragedy was enact.-.1 here to-day in a^luetlec conn room in which ass) man was^nun ile re.I ami will, h in.ey res ah la tha^lynching af the aygrdem to fort morning The illilre 1. i. .1 man was V\ J e'offif BdeWadetami Ihe murderer i* J. J Sin i herdof the -ame place- i 'nffe-e and She-p^^ile rd were eepiHisihg counse l ill a trial ht^^lei.- ihe justice conn During tin- prn-^gress of the ease lie-^Involved In a dispute^other, using profanlt.v^a c hair ami Hh. phe rd^fired four shots In rapid sue cession into^Coffee s boeiy, killing him almost Instant^^ly, Shephci-.l I* In the e liy ealahoose un^^der a heavy guard to prev-e-nt lynching. BadMla vs. I i hnna. Ilalavla,Ohio. June II^Th* little vil^^lage of Williamsburg was thrown into a staleef i ye Itelnellt lo-cl.ev bj an attempt madehy a tramp to assault Mrs. Anna^Cjirii-. a highly tespecte'd lady. Mrs.^Curtis Is In a critical condition. A posse^Immediate ly started In pursuit of the vil^^lain. He was cuptureet aiiol Constable,^line ker had all be e-oiild do to pie-ve nt a^hnclilng. bin th. prisoner wa- i. moved^secretly to Ilalavla to save bis life. WANTADVS. Advertisementsunder this head 2 cents^s word for the tlrst Insertion and 1 cent a^word for each subsequent Insert ion. No^ndvts. taken for leas than 2.1 cents.^Classified advs per line per mouth... $13^el'outil ( words to the line ) WantedHelp. PEOPLES KMPLOYMENT 111 KK M ,^Phone 2H^^. Call upon Swe tisoti. I he |m-o-^ple's man. he rustles family help, dining^re.eetn e|rl*, e tc. Wants women cooks for fewhoarders. people's office. Owsley^block. Hlltte. AliKNTSIN KVBR1 TOWN in MOM-^tana. Pe rimin.nl paving business. Ad^^dress F. F. Sbadelue k, Gene ral Agent,^Aiuoonela. Mont iaI.I SMKN 'WANTED To SELL TO^dealers. Ilooe monthly und expenses; ex^^perience linueceasH ry; enc lose stamp.^Pilxe Mfg ' ee Minneapolis. Minn. wTntTTd-LADYAOKNT8 1N~EVERV^town lu Montana to hamlle a fast-sell^^ing specialty. Apply 122 n. Main. Butte,^room forsai.i: LOON \f this for an Instant:1 houses lu the hest parts of^the . Ity. renting for ^^...**) per month, only^$21^10. Choic e lot on Main street, only^$4^ i-ot^ In all part* of the city for ssle^on tnstallm- ots. Coblian laian and Realty^.. iniuny, .*1 W est Oraadta, Butte. Mv. I IKS WELL IMPROVED iTOCK^or hay ranch; plenty of water; near^school, depot and P. 0 . tool* ancl stock^III.dueled, pi lee for all a^..um Addresa Geo.^f lii.eok*. Real Estate, Missoula. Mont. TOR BALE ONE KKSTACRANT in^Kernel i....iii.^n and elolng good htislncss. Onevacant lot opposite founelry. Threelot* .en Main *treet alions., ancl lot on Walnut street. a.M W ALK Kit.^Room H Shield* building. Anaconda. iii ACRES WITH OOOO Tltl I milesfrom town; log buildings M acres^.1. ai d land. Is st of noil: to lee sold with^crop at once: price $*5fl. Apply to George^r sweats, Real Estste. Missoula, Moat. FORSALE A No. Ill a V wd GRAIN^i in. h nt M i-.s, including Implements. eoo.lho'i-e and barn, plenty of water; all^under feme-: well unproved: ^Msatted in^boulder valley, Je-fferson countv; good^mark'-t for e verylhlng rul*e*l; railroad cle- BM close lieeo.l till.-; cause of sale, slek- ia bargain; write or call for partic^^ulars I iav i.l lloopes, Boulder P. o . Mont. KorSale Miscellaneous. ITHN I^PI Hi; of Pol It ItooM IIOl'SE forsal.- and house for rent. $U per^BteeVth. Address X. Y , Standarel. Ana- aassaa. till \l.li MAKKKTs. LiveHteoek. 4Tii.-ag.-i.June | ^Cattle sales were on a^basi* of tin! 2.'. for common native- In ^ .1^lie e f steers up to $4.751i5 for koocI to choice^shipping and exisirt cattle, with pi line to^e xtra b.-e ves s. ar. c and largely nominal^at $5.10e.i.^. n. Bulk of c attle sold for $4.4ci^til^.. Sine ke-rs and feede rs. $3 !^l'ei4loi c-iilves.aawaB. Hogssale* were at an extreme range^..I $r _ii i ^ V. for the iMior.-st to best hog^and at $2'e*:i.5ti for pigs. Hulk of the hog-^selling at $.!.45i||4 Sluep sold at 12.50414.15 for Infe rior light^to prime heavy natives, lexans selllnx^largely at H'eil and heavy e xport sheep^at $4.,|lfel4'o Westerns sold largely at^f mi:. 4^ Lambs sold at tl 25'e| 4 ^^. an I^wooleel Colorados were slow at $4JH^5.40. Springlambs found buyers at $-1.7;di4.:^^^per Pie pounds. ReceiptsCattle. 15.500; hogs, 4^^^^1.^I sheep, 21 $M. WantedSituations. WANTED A POSITION HY LADY^stenographer. Address 1_^_^, Standarel^Cltle-e, Rlltte. WANTED POSITION hy AN KXPK-^rle-neecl lady stenogVspber. can slsoi us-^slst on lajoks. Adelresa i.'ompelent. Stainl- aideilrlce-. Butte. WANTKD- ^ITtTATTON HY A gkr-^man girl, general housework or cooking^Ailclres* II . 21'. S Montana St.. Butte. Wle.ai wnel Produce. Chicago.June !^-Proceeellngs In the^w heat pit during the first half hour of the^SCeVdM atari Initiating hut fraught wlili^lirave eonse-e|iieiii ^ 14 those- of the leer-^forme r* w ho had yon.- home short of Julv^wheat yesterday Fear of manipulation,^of thai delivery, for ihe benefit ot the- |.w a - I In- - I', -e cef an adv al^ e In ; ofalsnit one-half cent per bush. I Inside-^of 15 minutes. The exc itement soon sub^^sided CloseJuly wheat ^S'. com .1 . e.e-^lv; pork. 17.40: lard. $3.4.: rib* $4 2^ he-^celt.ts-Wheat, g.ntxi; corn, Mit ^^^. outs. 1,. Ml KorKent. EVANS OPERA HOI'SK FOR ~RKNT^for public meetlnga. dances, etc. *^lt^-^Patrlck eh BtrkkfVdcien. FOR R ENT~N1CJB 4-ROOM BRICK^ho is., on lower Colorado street. A. L.^Patterson. 12^ Owsley block. Butte. roll REhTT I i RNISHKD HOVIB-^haaacha] rooms. 215 Dakota St, Butte. KOR RENT^2 FIHN18HED ROOMS^for light house keeping, ill Kem|^r ay...^inn- Hutte. OR RENT A NICKLY FCRN1SIIKD^front room reasonable t. nt. 21: Maple Site'At.aeecnda. COLLtcrORBROWNE. The..Tribune^ seconde. Ihe Mutlen of Hie^^ Hallway Review. cireatFalls. June ;i 1'icl. t- lie- . a;^-^Pleasing Intellige nce the Tr4- Kilein Milling Sloeka. Boston.June 0. Boston K MeatSaS,^Ttutte 4t Boston. ITS. 19. lion. Arrivedat Berllu. BerlinJune *-An.lre-w d. Wl.re. the^new 1'nited States amhaaaudor to Her^^man)', accompanied by hi* lamuy. arrived^heru to-day. l.on.-of this city says editoriall). The^Mining and Railway Review of Butte,^whic h, by the way, is a good d.-al more^of a political Journal than its name^would se.-ni to imply, and whose ..wn^r^Is a stalwart republican has recently^been indulging in some comments on^the subject of federal odi, . holders In^Montana. The editor of He- Rev iew Is^closely related to the repobUc an na^^tional committeeman from this state,^and it is safe to assume that his state-^- have a foundation in fact The t'.epperMarket. FromEngine. tink md Mining Journal. Inactivitycharacterises the market, but^v dues have so far been fairly well main-^taim-d. Whether this can be done much^longer If tne prevailing dullness of trade^should last Is a question thai we would^not dare to answer In the affirmative. As^vet, producers have sufficient orders to^take care of their current pr'sbiction. FORRENT FURNISHKD Rooms 10s^We st c opp. r. Butt-. FORRENT- Kl'RNISIIED ROOM WITH^asj ..I teeing room and kip hen. 212 8. Jackson. Butte. EVAN! OPERA HOl'BE WILL UK^leaaed for a y.-ar or term of years. Ale-^ply lee C.eorge P. Wellcome. Anaeclll.la FOR R ENT-^l'~RNl^H E D RiHIais,^with or wllhout board, all modern con-^| venle-n.-es. 323 East Granite, Butte. FoitRENT I I NFCRNISilKD ROOMS^in Metal house. 51$ West Park, Ana^^conda led; it KNT^NICELY FCRNTsiuTd^front room srlth bsth. W) West Park. Anaconda. KORRENT^OOOD STAND KOII OaV eerystore. Cobban Loan and Realty^company. Butte. FCKMSHEDROOMS^THM BEST IN^town st 123 North Idaho street. Butte Boeklen'aArslea sales.^The best salve In the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever^sorea. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin erupttone, Md posi^^tively cures plies, er no pay required. It^Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^or money refunded. Price 26 cents per^i article u question exaaerta ibal ....... wl | box. for sale by all druggists ... - iMalsrs. FoR rent fcrni8hed and 1n-^nlshed rooms for housekeeping: piped^for gss-burnlng cook stoves. HI East^Granite street. Butte. FURNISHEDBOOMS IN MANTLE BLK^Steam heat. Baths. 14 W. B'way. Butte. KorSale-Real Kstate. FORSALlt^a^Ll7T(rT~NFV I BREW^ery bottling works. Walnut street. For^| Particulars seo O'Bikn, PetriU block,^1 Auacuuda. for SAI.K A cjl U K MEAL HASO- oi stove. 51.1 Pine street. Anaconda. FORBALK^CHEAP. O. K BARBER^shop; four chairs, llxtures mid bath*.^Missoula. Mont. Forsalk-thk best hotel in Belt.M steadv boarders; electric light,^conveniently arranged, completely fur^^nished: cost M.OOtl: will sell for S2.0IM cash;^a huMtness snap For particulars address W.D. Coppernoll. llelt. Mont. Forsai.i: OOOO anietCH 430W. Bet^quire 115 East Third. Aanconda. FoRSALE oNK Il.IiaT ti iM~CONNEL-^Iv built hack, remodeled and painted. Will lie sold for ll-eee cash AdelreSS Jollll Beannell. IM Broadway, or Wltmer Bros. eiirrlageshop. Helena. Mont FORSAI.K iioi.STKIN. SHORTHORN^aial Hereford thoroughhfad bulla. Ad-^Itess Win Wallace. New Chicago. Mont. FOR SAI.K LODGING HOI'SK. OVER^C. O. D store. Commerclul avenue. Alt^^ai ... .l.i AFINK ASSORTMENT OF Cl'T FLOW-^et- ,.t the Silver Bow Floral company's, northof old Bell smelter, Butte. FoRSAI.K oR RENT onhfl5~HORBE-^p..^. i boiler and hoisting engine. Ap^^ply to M C. Llnd. Kennedy Furniture conipuny.Butte, FOR SAI.K HITCH KR SHOP and^aasjd business at a bargain. a. C. Brig-^man. Iii Weal Broadway. Rulte. tin: STORY ol-' IIPTTK ILLI'SIRA-^ted, In book form: 17S half-tons engrav-^inga; pioneers, pioneer days, pioneer tales;^history of tho mines and city to the pres^^ent time For sals by all Butts book deal^^ers. Mailed on receipt of price, W cents.^Ouy X Piatt, Butts, Mont.^FOR SALE-LOWEST PRICES ON 4KW-^Ing mac hines at Sherman's, 125 E. Park,^street. Butte. IliielneaaChances. wantkd HONEST PARTNETPwTTH^It ee In ^ o...| paying saloon, rustler and siMi.1. haracter expected. Address P. O. BoxMl. Butte. Lost. LOST SKVKN COWS. $ RM^l~4f1n^i5^^und white. haM on one, two muley. Ad^^dress William Flavin, StamUrd office, Butte. I.oST-BENCH OF keys UN silvkr^key ring: marked ^lassie Le Mar.^ Re^^turn to Thornton Block. Butte. Reward. Miscellaneous. IT'LLIILOODKD JERSEY HI'LL FOR^servic e. Also some chob e mtlch cows^for sale at my stable*. Walkervitle. two^blocks west of American house. P. M. Mee 'alee WOULD I.IKK TO INVEST MM IN pavingbusiness In Anaconda. Write full^particulars to Business. Standard oftce. Anaconda. WILLIAMWHITE ARCHITECT. ROOM 7.8ilv^r Bow block. Butte MRS ANNA KARSTEDT HERMAN^midwife. 527 South Arlsona street. Butte. Anaconda'sRaces BcqioJune M MADEME A MAN AJAXTAff.FtS rYwimritT crtus iUXmrvmmm /itai mmm FaiUna M^mb sn, las pot t. n.'j. s.eTsjfj. I'.iandw a, ata.. casassa*.^fa^ Ahus^t au.' hwr } x.-mmm aai India-^i crwi. Ls Thr0 /....Aiw mmd nf^ig^rastorw Lo^t \ iiaaij lb aid af roaac aa^i^k ^t * Baa for atu i '.pudiaa^ or m*iT\+c*^^v Prs*v^at Insaru'y and Conaara^'kMh .1^_ la tUM. TWir tjuesj tboar^ 1 ha mad lata lawai^^. n and aCarttt a CUKE viiin all otsara t*tl !a-^^iM a.ota having tha^ A. *x Xabi^'.a Taaj aav*cura^l thouhan.la ^ndl wit! cara yum Wa eft** a^puamr* ariuafk aaaranwa to a#*rt a aura la aaam caaaa^or rafuad iaa^ phpuar Ptiaa 50 . aa'a par aacfcaaa. ot^^u ^ aa^aa iSll txaJru ' ^^ tuA. B| ma: 'a Forsale In Ansrenda by the ttmltk^Diug Co.. and c. W. X. Ciau.