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THEANAOONDA 8TANDARD. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 12. 1W7.
ButteNews. Th.Printinal Hiasrh Offl,-. of ta- Ktandari^l^ at -'1 If Hn.ailwsy. Butt. T.l.phoni. V.^-'^Adverti^iuj( rstea furnished on application. Ul'TTKWKtTHUl.^Reported fur th. standard bjr Galloglj a^to.. Urugglata. Juarii- Thermometer. Barometer. Wind.^^^. ni. V: Jog. above III HI liiih^i NW^I p. m. 77 dm. above. SI.IH tm hos. NW^Highest tempt ruturc, B, Lowest, a. AnUndertaker Fined for Burying a^Ecdy Wilhcut a Permit TO-IAY'S M r: \TIIKK. TheIndications for Montana lo-day are:^Partly cloudy, with showers In nortliero^portion : cool, r vv liul MEN'SHATS FORTIM kv UNION DAY Straws,Fedoras and Stiff hats vPrice Tm May Want Neckwear SHIRTS 111Evi rylliinit That I- Near. BABCOCK^ CO. MMl; ks llutte. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. siiv.i. Itcnlpianos from Orton Bros.^Frank IkHHI I* ever from MlKlllll^Dr. II. M. Hall. 4 ^ I Silver How block.^I!. It. Crawford] Is In town from Hel^^ena. MissMllncr of liuzeman Is visiting^Hint.' friends. B.W. BuHd, Uh Helena hunk-p. is aButt* visitor. A.II. Mai tin nf the College nl Mon-^tann is in the city. ThoMisses Woolfolk of licci laSfkBI^me visiting friend* In liutte. The Story of Hutte,^ Illustrated.^Mall, We. tiuy X. l'lait. Butt*. T.I*. Miles or KaUartll was hmh yt'Mteriluy'Marrivals in the city. Mainsprings fl. watches cleaned $1.00.^Warranted. Mayer, to West Park. Forline buggies and road wagons go^to the Standard carriage works. gj) MontanaDetective agency, room 22,^Owsley Meek. J. T. O'Donnell. mgr. YellowstoneI'ark tour. II .leys. ^;;i^.^l'ativ leav.^s June IS. M B, icanito. C.A. Magratto of th* Lethbridg* Coal rnmpasitarrived in the . itv rsatiiilsy ! Dr.Tain has o|.eti^d nlli.rs N. W. cor.^Main and Blued way. Tel. 'phono faB, Bearingmachines of all kinds for sal.'^nnd rent at Sherman's, IB Kast 1'urk^Mtrect. Hiit meals In the city. L'r.c. Hoard. J2'i^per month. Tickets, f.Yiiii. The Mikado,^15 West (Jianite. Mr,nod Mrs. H. J. Thompeon, accoirt-^paaled by .Miss Millie cciiin. arrived In^the city y stenlay from Dillon. Toolssold every day and ^ \ en I nir on Newfork rae. s a! ^The Combination/' 41X. Main sired. First rum at 12 m. Suitsmade to order should be mad ^^well, tit well ami hoop thir shape. shiningBros, guarantee their work. Dr.T. .i. Hurray retarget) ye terday^from Philsdelphla, where be attended^the ajMMkal Ba***Uag ef tbe Americaa Midli al association. OeL1^. M. Me Inn t commercial agent nfthe Chtcs Milwaukee ,^i si. Paul road,with headiiuartei s at MM. - City.^Is In Hutte on DM of bis periodical^vlsll Mstriage llceneei a* ere yea terday te^^nted to Joseph I'oarcc and Mir.. K Ho d,a both oi Butte, and to i^t ter it. Hansenand Martha lirenxti of Ana^^conda. MissDel.aney has been more lUCLiee^ful than any other teacher in the Northweetin placing her students in^shorthand in good positions. Study^with her. Herbertlakfer and Ocace Renfrey, bothof Walkervlllc, were Joined in^bond:, hymeneal Thursday evening by^ltev. J. T. M. Stephens, pastor uf th*^WalkervUle M, Ihi dlst church.^The Misses I'orldn's summer school. WomBroadway baHdlsg tilth ecbool work,grammar sehool work, nuatc,^elocution, dancing, painting. For terms^impjire at iOU W. lialena stroM^Bkeeter and the rig win be driven ^^n Julytith. A ticket ftvefl free with ev-^erj dollar expended in our boys' and^children's clothing department. Bou^^cher, the clothier, 4^i Kast Hark si ThomasMctirath of this city l.aves^the university of Virginia this month^for F.uropo. where he will ipead hi.- va^^cation awheel traveling through Kng-^land. Ireland. Scotland and France Whatley'scafe. Ill X. Main, under per^^sonal su;e rvlsion of Joel K. Whath y. |^has no (onnectlon vviih tie I'ark street .^rare. Tho appointments are superb,^the private dining rooms a dream in !^elegance and the service faultless. Aear ^^f the latest styles In high-^er:;dc furniture war yesterday unload- '^^d at TJ WaM Park streut. and. con-^^trary to the rule established by his ,^cortipetltors of offering cheap furniture^al low prices. Wtrasburger will for the^next ,^il days sell you good, stylish, sub- I^stantial. high-grade furniture at a price^not as yet nor likely to Im- reached by '^competitors. Your hMBecMea is solicit- i^^ d. Sirasbnrgei' seldom advertises, but^w hen ho dots he means business. Mak '^a tall and he con vim til FatJack^ wishes it distinctly un-^il. esti.iid ttiat whlh his last name Is j^Jones, he Is not the huokmun by that^name who was arrested yesterday for^ahaking a revolver at a i ^ tuple of men '^v ho had d. lie things to bis ha' k. Jai k^^Byi that he shouldered a inusktt for^t..e fyaata and has not tarried a gun^^ ince for fear he will feel constrain'd to^murder some pool room tout. , cSeorgeH. Murray, general agent for ,^the ^Twelve TempMllons^ Is In Hutte.^His treat sfc^w will be at the Moffuire I^relluvving the Handinar.n engagement. SHAKPPASSAGES IN COl RT Dr.Schultx Saya the Health Ordi^^nance Will Be Enforced to the^Lotter-What Ite Kro-^viaiona A re. I'nd.rtaker James Tachell was fined 175by Judge Fel l. II ill police i olll'l \ . ^^ - terdayafternoon for violating section^17 of ordinance .No. JOS by burying a^body without lust havink aecund a^permit for its interment from the health I.l .ii tineiit. as rt.|uii.'d. The trial of^the case was enlivened by a couple of unusualincidents. Tat iii il Indirectly^ti ha tied Dr. ahalta, the health oaVer, withpartiality, by remarking that if he^had lien one of the old undertakers h -^would not have been arrested. Dr.^SliuIt2, who shows no sign of favorit^^ism in enforcing the ordinances, resent^^ed the Imputation very sharply and^tailed Mr. Tachtil's attention to the^fact thai on May J7. before his case^came up. he had had a warrant 1^lor an. tie i und. rtaker lor the same of^^fense. Mr. Tat hell also remarked to^Ai-slstant City Attorney Dierks that if^he vtould get his hair cut his thinking^apparatus would work better, hill h^a! tcrvt a ids a poll 'i,iz* ^! LawroaceDaavaa was arrested ma- terdayafternoon for burying Mrs.^Flynn of Walkervillo w ithout a p. null^The warrant was issued on May IV. but^it was not ascertained untlb yesterday^w hat undertaker i oiiducti d the funeral. 'I'hoaee health ordinance is now in for,e and Dt Bhttltl says that It will^P. enforced to the loiter. It mak. s an^undertaker who buries a body without^a permit oiaiishahle by a tine of from^$7,11 to $JiKi. ami also provides a line o(^J20 for a doctor who fails to mak^ a^return of death within 12 hours. The^health ottlccr. however, will extend this^time to IS hours, except ill cases of^death froM contagious or Infectious^diseases. The old ordinance punished theeadertaker for burylna i body^wlthoul a permit, but let the sector ga^free. TheJohn faplice stock Is helag^^ losi .! out al for. i d sale regurdless of^value in No I Montana, tor. W. I'ark.^Family Theater building. INTOTMI bUMH. Anlai.p'i t age hi the Ni verawent Itii.pt^I. IIIO I eel. Att oi lock yesterday the cage which^v. as being lowered at the Noversweat^niine ^ot bi y ond the engineer s con^^trol und went craaklng down lo tile^bottom of the shaft and landcil In the^sump, carrying with it the cable and^all. Fortunately there were mi pas-^^cngera on board. The engine was ooa-^sidt rably damaged. BRITISHSOLDItkS MASSACRED. Otrtwlltiwetl by Mliperlur Nuoihrrs uf^Treiiiiieroua Bahveea HeatherJune II.^a iteoatch from Sim- !^la aaaoaaeei serious trouble on the nurtb-^tra frontier and tin Btaawarra ul a iiiiin-^her of Hrltlsh ollti ei s and native ^oidteri^iii the govenuaeni eanploy, rraai the par-^Itrulare ehtamable ii ^ins two guns^belonglni to th^ Bombay mounted bat- iii y, cm oiled by :iai mm b longmg to the^First regiment of Sikhs and the First PunjabInfantry, were iiea^heraaaly at^^tacked In IH^' Tochl valley by a large I^hM ^ ' oi I'osiile nalivi a. Diegret reaarte mM tfclaael Bunny,^two afleeri ami ^ prtvatee had been kill^^ed ami three aaUirs, ami ^ men waanded, Indlatloee are that the affair Is more iii,hia eolllliel With wal'ike Matives and thaitin notorious MutUti of Ptewladai is atthe bottom of the trouble. Ialaei advtota are that a political oih-^iir. Mr. lice, was visiting at Shlranl with^.in . scort nf Hoops when he was attacked^a: MaltM by vastly siioerlor forces. The Iiritis!! tt'UOMS Were comp Ihd to rill'i'lt. (ottowedMveral mile^ by averwhelatlaa^numbers nf in.^ enemy, The lighting waa^desperate, All th. British aaleari were,^severely wounded. Captain Braaae of^the First Sikhs, son of the lute Sir^James llrowne. and Lieutenant CFOOfc-^shank of the Itoyal artill. ry. were kill. .I .mi guigiea Hlggdaeea of the fin*) Hikhs^ami I tieiraeal ^eatea^akwwae of the PunjabInfantry were woundeaX aMiomi ahejateh says Oeeeaei Ofay hastaken command of tin Brtttab fori, andii i' Inferred that Oataael Baaay is tunotiKtin dead as ttrst aiiiiounced. Tochl^valley lb - north of Uumnl and nn the j^road lo Uhiiinl and \\ aztrslani. It has be)ii controlled by the British larce since^the delimitation of the Hladoa-Afghaa frontier,hut the irilies have always been^turbulent. Th.Mullah of I'iewindali I.- a notorious^fanatical prbsl. and has always Ia hos^^tile to Hie HiIIaeh owing to an attempt^the Mullah reeently made to stir up a re^^bellion In was eaaeHed from Hrltlsh ter^^ritory. ThU caused him to be deserti-d^by his own |s-ople. and since then It Is^understood he has been a- lively plotting^against the British. liiein-poi-ateil. SpecialDispatch to the Stamlani Helena,June It ^Secretary of Slate Me^^gan to-day I'Mi.d a cerlltieate of Incorpo^^ration to 111'' Dillon Fair *^ Racing asso^^ciation, appll' d for by i x-tiov . ruor II. F^While and others of Dillon. The aagetal^sloi k of the assotiath u Is M..MSI. fully sub-^scrilsil. The Farmer.-' ru-opcrailv^ I'anal ceaepaayof Choteaa waa Imarparated witha capital stock of V^^^ to-day by E. fDaaehe and others of choteaa Amitin Son of an Karl, Too. ColoradoSprings. ^^ol.. June 11. ^^Hon. II.gj, Vt'tki -ll|.|Misoi| 1.1 be lh. ...i ..! theKarl of Hardwhk. left this city last^Saturday ostensibly for lilcnwood Springs^after paying up a aogfjkff of debts by^i hecks on a Trinidad Itank. To-day all^the chicks came hack dishonored and a^number of creditors are looking for the^dipper Britisher. Yorke did not leave the^Halt) at lihnwood Springs, and Is sup^^posed to have gone on to Sail laike. Killedhf I.Shilling. lndiaiia|Hlis. June 11.^A severe thun^^derstorm eaflH up thai afternoon and twe pelpie Sit! killed V 'llglltlll'lg Till ^' wen'William Owens, a teamster, who^drove uiuler a tree- for shelter, anil Ifjoj^Ida Alyea. IBeafMrrtillgs Prohibited. Berlin.June 11.^ the chief of |s^llco has^prohibited meetings of the Independent^tax Image, which were seajfeed ay form, r^niemU rs of the produce . x^ hangv as a^protest against th, bourse law. iie^oeaaeee H.ingrd. Corgi town. IM June 11- Jam. - M^Gordy was hang'd at 1^ 25 this morning forthe nrird.r of his alio i'.ordy died^game and protealeil his IniiPcence to the^last. On Hi, 4, affold he n viewed Ihe evi-^denre on win. 1, h, was convicted and^l^oinied out the IncousUtencles therein^He aald the newsnaners were great falsi^^fiers and reeaaaejhai fur the isopie think- IngIII of bfcta, He said Ihe lime would^come when ihe itews|iap.rs would have to^give an .mount of tilt deeds done in the^bod). MINNESOTA'SCYCLONE. Uclnlliuf the tllaaaler ami Hie Number^uf Wounded. Minneapolis.June 11.^A special to the^Journal from l.yle. Minn . says: So far as^knnnn Henry Hanson was the only man^killed by last night's tornado. There are^19 Injur,-.!, some of Hum so badly that^further deaths are |^osslblt'. They are:^I'eUr Hanson, wife and son; Charles Lar^^son, alfc and child. I' J. Johnson. Mr- Btii*'.Chfaattaa Batarasa. Maud rwearaen PeterPetersen. Charter Soverson, Mi-^Fraetr, Mrs Hugh,-on, William llruok.^and wile and Willis layini. Lyie.Minn.i June 11 -A destructive^cyclone struck this vicinity last Bight,^laying waste a strip of country 3rtl yards^Wide and pi miles long. A flllinel-shap. i^cloud made Its appearance 12 miles Went,^J C. Owens' line residence, barn and^granaries were destroyed. Atllowurd's ail outbuildings were de^^molished. The Woodbury school house^was demolish, d. Charles Severson's line^farm property was all destroyed. Ill-^skull was badly ft act und and It is feared^he cannot live William Silts'* farm^buildings were smashed into kindling^wood. The family gut In the cellar, but^Mrs. Stipes was badly Injured. Mrs. Hem's lion-. was aeattagaa. Joseph Wyheeaey'a bamand house are gone. One of hl-^horses was picked up and landed v^ rod-^awny wlthoul a scratch. HenryHanson's building was destroyed^and Hansen killed I' .1 Johnson and^Benson's wife and two children are in a^critical condition. The M'nuock school^house was totally destroyed. August Web-^I. r - barn and residence ^. re wrecked. WillisBryan's farm MWaaatai a gyMM^oi total destruction. P. J. Johnson and^wife and three children Pito a corner of theDefter and stood over ibous, As th. housewas lifted a stone weighing 3^'^pounds rolled down over his back, In-^Mil ling ugly wound:-, linlstian !', |. ruin -^properly wa* destroyed and he cannot^live His son- are in a critical condition. PeterHaaeea and family were lempo- raiilyliving in a new barn. The siruelure^^ I rraehed. Hansen had bis lag broken^.Mrs. Hansen was also badly hurt as Is^^tee Hubert Hansen. Mi-. Hugheeea and^Mr. and Mrs. William Brook, of Ctsrtaa,^low., were visiting there, and ,,|| wiii^Injured Charles I .arsons cottage was^deatreyed ami Ills wife badly hurt. Threeof the Injured eamiot live. The^property loss Is estimated al fMi.mo. MICHCASH SWIPED Eo!dBurglars ir' Men's Packets^and Skip Unnoticed. ATLYNCH LODGING HOUSE TheBedrooms of Lodgers Entered,^Ransacked and the i hlevas Oo^a Ihrlvlng Justness-Still^They'ro at It. Bakinc*Powder PaHedin secure Betaaaaot liilcago.Juno 11.^At tho etui of seven^days hit -ligation of the alleged cutting^oi prata rates in the Interstate romatarfw^^ ommlasloa the i aataakeden aehnon ledgi .i Itsfailure to sooure any evidence and ad-^Juurnetl to a date not llxed. I'ostniaatrrat t holriui. BpecJalDispatch to th.- Standard.^Washington Juno 11.^C, H, Drake was appointedto-day as pastaMster at ^-ho-^leaa Teton saaaty, Mont , rtoi j. f^Btrdi leinoviil. Itiinarkalde lilt ml OasmfSi Fromthe SI Louis Clobc-Dcniocral. Mr.and Mrs. William Hrlnltman, who^have been sightless sim e .^, years of age.^k. ^p a house by I hemselv i s. ami there^is no more neat and tidy home in^South Koknnio. Mr. Iirinkinan is a^in. lianb ul wonder, and his wife Is an^accomplished elocutionist, having tia\^clod a number of seasons, und was a^platform favotit. Mr.Briakman is an cxim ti phuta tunerand clock repairer, Last week^tho county rnenmlailimii^ employed^bim to repair Ihe big dock on the court^house tower thai hud ha Slid the skill^of a number of as ports with good ajn -.^and aftei' a few days' work lie had it^in Irst-clasa condition. The i lock's place ill the tower Is Ml feel above ground.The commissi,in, vs Vv ^ re SO^well pleas..I with the blind man s str ^^ess that they have employed him by^the year to keep the chick in repali lieis a splinter and has a record ^1^v nlking 2:i blocks in Pi minut. s on a^crowded street with no assistance ex^^cept Ills cane. Ho also riih s a bicycle^skilfully, though hi does not go long^distance! aateae another wheelman is byIlls side or In front of him. Mrs.^Briakman Is an accomplished oi|ues- trleane,and before suneriag a para- lytlflstroke delighted In riding a agar-^il.'d horse, aeconipnnied ry an esi irl Tii.ii'marriage Svt yaara ago was the resultof an ntlnchmeiit ii y, ars ago.^when they nut at th.' stale Institute^for the blind, of which both an giad-^uates. Itwas, as they say. a case of ^love^al first sight ^ Three y. ars ago Mis. Brlakmaawaa at riches with total pa ratystaof the llmha, ami since then MM i en Mtlrely helpesss, unable to move land or foot. The blind husband ha ^^the sole can of his blind, helpless wife,^This he do ; in addition to kisplng hoUSe. Allthis he sat s without aaslataace, Horefuses aid. and declines all offers of helpfrom relatives w iii i. ^ bund reds^of abb-bodied men have depended on^the county for rapport, this plucky^blind man has sunp uleil himself and^his blind, helpless wife without aid^from any source, HeaaeaaaaMI Ihe Alternative. Fromtin NeS York Journal.^A rather ilderlv gentleman who showedevMaPjCfa of having Seen better 1P 1. hs. staggered along Seventh a Ve^^nue 011 Wednesday evening, conversing^Ruoally w ith himself on such topi, s .^^th^ Haines law and the Kllsworth car-^t'on MIL lb- knocked into everybody^In his path and finally leaned lovingly^agulnsi a pla 1 1 1 of the hit. la^^mented Pis ahtintas. which grin ^I a^^ igai store, and looked muni) Into^spa. ^ Peopleactually comm iited on his londitionand said hnenorns ttahagsj alsiuthim. i'roaently a young man^came up to him and coaxingly asked^him lo take a walk on sonic other ave^^nue. Wheregoin' take me. Tommy'.'^^^Oh. nowhee in particular. I#t's strolli|ow ti 1.1 Kightli nveiiii^^^No. shir. No, shir. That s where my wife lives. Slhop II. Tommy. sthopit. Well, but she wants you. Mr John^^son,^ returned Tommy, urging his^chargst in that stfacttaa. Thushriasoii I'm coin^^Well. then, what do yog expect will^happi n to you J There is but otic alter^^native. Ix'shept it. Tommy; I x shept It.^Tak^ me to the station ho'.,.- aMestase He Bass d.^From the Indianapolis Journa' Mr.Barnes 'termer was plataly pet^^turls-l. WhatIs the matter, old I'oy * ' .isk. d^the intimate friend. Thisstupid aas. this scum this idiot^an the Daily Bugle.^ said Mi Harass Ter^^mor, ^refers to me as a will haowe and popil!ir H ag' dan.' GroatScotC What mor, do ... wantf^^What more do I want. I sat up all night^getting uy that story be prlh's and h^^hasni mentioned my afigg* P all Notvviihstandlncth- partially suc-^fssful efforts thai art L ing put forth^to rid the city nf th nn. ves. thuga and^highwaymen, burglats arc still opera-^ling In different parti of Hutte and^hurdly a day passi ^ that a robbery U^not 1 ^ ported Yest.id.n there were^two. on at No. llSu East Dahlia street,^and the otb.r al the Lynch lodging^house in East Park stn t Both those^burglaries took |dai ^^ someilm, b, tw SOS^IS o ^ in k Thursday nighl and daylight^yesterday morning. In th. nisi m-^stanee the burglar or burglars made^us. of a duplicate key in effecting an^eatraaaa into the residence of Jawass Ingrini,shift boss at mi,- of the M^ ad^ci v ill^ mines. After g. itlng Inside th.^hens, the bold burglar ransacked th^^various rooms wlthoul awakening any^. I lb. inmates Whenthe family gol up v. si. idav^morning several pairs of punts vv.ro^found on the kitchen table where they^had bWa Placed after the pockets bud^Ii. 111 1 ill. d i uic of th^^ pairs o! iron^scrs belonged to Mr. Icgiiiii. and had^been taken Horn his b droom while I,,^was asleep Ho had Just drawn his^months wages and on.- of the pockets^of the pints contained a roll of hills^amounting to St^5. Tin thief took this^roll and also secured soese silver from^Hie pock ts of another pair of pants^taken from the bedroom of Mr Ingrlm'l^son. TheLynch lodging house burglary re^^sulted in Michael FltigerahL a miner working^ii the night shift, losing a IV,^suit of tailor-made clothes, an Knglieh^sovereign and a sapphire. Mr. Fiizn. 1^aid ills. over, d Ills loss upon going lo^his room when lie gull work yestir.lav^morning. The thief gained access to^the room by raising tin- hallway vv in-^dovv. He took two suits of 1 loth,^bit on. of I ham in th^ hallway. TP public gcnerallv arc invited lo witnessih. award ol th* high grade^hundred dollar like at l^ o'clock lo-^night at the store of tie Hood Link^Shoe A Ctol hlng company Newhro's Yellow Kid tiny. Saturday^June 12th Ladiesshould not fad to gi t MM of^those felloe KM* nl Ncwbro's. Satur^^day. June 12th. Forst. Jo.- take tin BeiriiSagtoa reads' The usual weekly drawing of the highgrade ^100 wheel at the Ui Luck ShoeSt fTothlag company's Mats ^HI^take place tn-nlglll at 10 o'clock. The^public generally gre Invited to w itness^the award. With each dollar or the^fraction of the tit si dollar a ticket on^Ihe wheel will be given. With a dollar pUrahSSe,otic ticket ^III be given. Willi aPI dollar purchas. |u tickets will he^given or with a :v dollar purchase 25^tii ki ts will be given. Tin offer Is not^limited to any single department, but^i- operative throughout, the whole^slock of shoos, hats, shirts, underwear^,,s well as rtothliuj ranting within the^limits of this off. 1. Th^ sale of If dol^^lar suits, each racelVlfsg ten tickets on^the wheel has received a great Impel us^from this after, while Ii Is claimed the^\hIuc given would agaal the I flees dot*^lar sulls of other dialers. The chain. togot a band red dollar wheel is with everypurchaser. The offer has m arly^doubled the sabs in the boys' depart-^11.cut and if a youngster is to gel a m vv^suit he generally contrives to have his^pun ins sic the great bargains offered bythe Qoad Lark aha* .v.- Clothing company,,;|. :|5. ;:; Ngftp Main Iffst but!1 bhiefs. JohnFlynn w in arrest, ^l early this morningfor assault in ih. a*ootid de^^ar11 Mike Mb evb h. by smashing a wat.1 pitcher OVi r his head, al No. |n2 KastBroadway The latter'! bead was ratherbadly cut. I'.A Sullivan redo a at rata over the^rtnaalWS at Main and I'ark last SVOS'^lug without riagtag his bell and 1 Mil. . 1^Roehi leau arrested him. He got gay wiihthe police man and an additional chargeof using abusive kinguuge was^I I I against him. Bsyjajgis a Fiagaeatee Naiiun. TheSi lent Mo Annii. an stab s thai^th^ Biitish 1 on-ul at MOSCOW, in a re-^poti igi the Nljiii Novgorod exhibition.^ibscrll.es the Industrial progress of^Bm I since th. .Moscow exhibition of^ISM a- rer] itn.it The piogress made^In textiles is marvelous and inuiiy of^tic silk and print exhibits ei|uab'd any^^thing thai Lyons and Manchester could^produce. The machinery s. lion ' as^full of good work but ugrii allural tna- chlaeryleft nun h to be dselred, la^the mine* aectioa ih*r* were some won-^dettui eeeees of irea work which w.nijii^attract attention in any country, lull althoughthinslunt remark was that everyobject was purely Kusslau. Brit^^ish and Herman foremen are largely^employed In the iron works. Frenchm**^in ih. silk and many of the print works,^while Hrltlsh subjects have still vary^much to do with the cotton mills. The^development of the natural wealth of^the country is even greater Hum that^of the manufactures. The production^of ^ual has trebled In the last 15 years. Cottonplanting prospers In Tashkent!^and Erivan and the results In the new^plantations of the Southern Can. a-as^are excellent, t'ostly experiment near^Bakg has prod Weed a Itussian na^which is shown with much pride, and^Oeneral AavaonhoaT is planting Ameri^^can vines In Tuikrstan. legate) o is also^1'oing grown from Amerlian scd near^Samarkand, ib ncrully speaking, every^branch of Industry has improved ex^^cept agriculture which grows worse^year by voir M ^ M.dhui-i thinks^that Ureal Britain should still be able^1 to supply Russia with portable engines,^high-pressure steam boilers, stesm^threshing machinery, houvy iron plows,^becycknt ami ma^ hlne t'^^ls. I'nlicoand kindred stuffs app'^: 1*^la- made sufficient!:- well al price*^which are so low that they must aff^ct^British trade, but he thinks some years 1must ^ laps.- before Banuta can nag- :struct satisfactory spinning mm hlnery^in sufficient quantities to after! British^maktrs. He sav. nothing In Hie hard-^v an^ stctlon to alarm ,.ut man it.;, tur- '^ rs of high-, la.-- giM.is and. generally,^he 1 atne to the com raatoat that the trade^in cheap goods is slipping away from us. but where high-class ankles of tbe^heal materials an- required it Is ad^^mitted that the British stand lire*, v-^cepi in Manchester good* The 1 onsul^say* that when England first permitted :th^ export of ^ pl'iintig and ^v. u\ ing ma^^chinery in im:: ihir.- were ^^^ . i.- 'dies in all Buosta win h p**J*Jggjal^yearly 5.G0O tons of vain,^in 1^!^5 then w n|.riile^ and w..rkprtslui Ing Igl.XKi^tans of yarns and giving employment to^etO.Wsj hands Brltlab and Herman fore,^men ar. being gradually replaced by^Husslaus and attempts have been made^^ with v.-rv indifferent results so far 10supplant British machinery by that^tnade in Kus-ij, Efforts to provide her^own raw material have been more for^^tunate. In ISM the total value of col-^ton goods prod need In lluasla was^^|7.7^i.i^^i and .11 IV'2 11 amounted to^a!l^.470.in^^. The Kussiun silk 11 ado has Iprospered sin, e liT.V Th.- woolen In- I^I dustry 1- no! pgugnetoajg. The i.est^I Russian ^ loth I* madi* bg an English I^Arm. settled m ar SI. Petersburg *lnc^^Mil, w hi. h llltpioyg .'.!*^ hands. itiiinind isegavwde. Fromtil^ N.w Oibuus Tiincs-I^emo-^crat. Yes.It's really funny at times.^ re^^marked the local railroad man bow-^many things i ill hapis'n. Men lorn'^their lives every day because they be^^come careless . r unable to realise the^danger of their occupation. h^many years ago 1 was conductor of a^freight Irani and on* night vv. ran to^a meeting point mi the main line, with^order* to awatt a train which was run^nlng in. The latter was a bit late, and^my train was resting quietly on the^main line. It having Ihe right-of-way^The in-frelghl. by the loniuion laws of^railroading and according to order-^should have hoav. .i 111 -mill, as the sall-^. , s sa v and 1 h, 11 si.- ...I d^w 11 and^gone Into the siding, so thai my Irani^1 ould priMood on its way up the road I^was seated in Ihe cab of the engine^when the headlight of No. Bagged^111 sight SOW* in., miles off It un vv 111^siio.undtheiralncaiiiei.il without gay^apparent reduction in Its speed. I^thought It was ,,uniiig 100 gear, and^said so lo the engineer No kept an^its n. k. ami 1 suddenly nab/...I that if 11did imt -top. and that niinklv. there^would be trouble, As I thought of this IInvoluntarily grasped the reversing I.v. 1 and thiew it back. The Other^train cam* dashing along, and 1 In ti I^saw ihut If Wt remained when- we WgJPg^my train would get hurl, so I pulled^back Ihe throttle ami Ho train began^bumping backwards but not fast^1 noiigh lo cscaoe. and aglHag la the^, iigiii. er and llrotnan. 1 reversed Ihe ,v, 1 again lo . he. k In r bai ^ ^.^t^ n^and leaped lor the mound When I^Jumped the trains nam* together, and^lb. i^ was a vast deal o( d.image dune^to tho front cud of the liM-omotlvaa,^When tin hiss was over 1 climbed ml'1 iI,11 ho other ' ngta* and found it empty.Fearing thai ih* meg might I^^hurt. I grasped a lantern and slain 1^.111 lo hunt them up. I ha^l not gone^more than 7.0 fist when I came across^a SgUre lying alongside of the ti. - 1'^was the engineer. Ar* you hint I^ashed, ami In- replied In a sleep! vol..^that In was not lb- bad tumbled out^of his ^ ab Well, to make a sSM -n i ^^short 11 turned mil thai both engineer andlir. man had be. 11 1111 d 011I had gi m^to si. . p. forgot all about onb ih and me tmg points, and were ggMt ^^ t v,ithiu a minute or two before thwh to,,kplace, ami than, sleepil) realising whatwas going to happen had rolled fromtheir si ais and alighted on the soilearth of the oinbunkni' nl 0.K. Lewis ^ Co. Bi'ttk.Montana. Hillof Mghl-A lluiliauee. FromHi^ In noil Journal^Al Ho- moment that i'^-; ^' ^^ ^^ lhl^'' f.sil raised a pair of deuces If. s1 fairypan- I ..ml w itli a wave of Ii. r wandn nil. n il him mv MM*. Foiled again^ hisr.d Binaldo, Ihe^roa.l ag**t. who held a roll house and wasabout in see his knightly adversary^ami go him lata* bim' ^ inps better, \rry Hud .llldguieul. !From the Indianapolis Journal PoorHeldaix baa lost his job in ihe^I parted!** Youdun t sa^:^^I Hut I do say. Some mak Sallied a idleraddreased aWapiy la Th* ^ire.n. si ManIii America.' and Instead of sanding^11 to in- i hi. 1. Heidrti seat II la Hub FMs^^akavjaeas. lienlyot Work. Wobblesneeded exorcise so llrg. ntlv 1thai ho bought a Meycta, but he sever^rides^^ Never rfeVs^ No:he never needs any more oxer- .lag after h has' pumped up his tires '^Boston Traveler. ATTENTION! DR.0. H. WHITPOtD H\S tnmW BirBitucnif nl- wWk Da*. J^ It Tam^hi ^trefill in tin' niktiil ^gvlb i^l Ihntfdi 4MirlM^Ut WtlllgWel'i MffTsMft, M tin- ^l^^*iiir'^ lirhtth^I will Ml MTaVMt'i il'i iMirlit |irni'l r^^*. I^r Tain'1111 ttiumi Jtt Iim tiBWv northwfst rurn^r^I of Mh'ii iuhI hriMbwiiv. nvrr Hi^lil tl Kurflfl'l^i T^U|laMwM tM. MEN, WOnBNand CHILDRENNay Sicarc Exceptional Valors at^U^is' To-Day*... .Mop'sI'ntlonviar, lit).-, 73e, $1^garment. Men'sIln-iory. 12 a-2g, tSg, MB, Men'sNeckwear, 50s, 180Women's Wrappers. Toilay (BfkMdfffMt). Priceis $1.00 Each. Nicelvinailc,^Iftytnl wife*,^skirts, reifular^priei's are^ll.SO iinii^11.75. Tin- lotsent to lis^liy a manu^^facturer to^close out tllP^assortment,^lienee the^|Hico^^ Nm to a^etistonier. To-Night-7to Q P- Pi H^lo/ Ma Host Hm| Cotton^Hose. :! pairs fm- 1')ilo/.. Fast Itlack Hose, setiiti-^less, IOe |mti'. To-Day Inour li'tiilymiiilo-^t o ^ we a r ill-|diri^^ment. IHCloth Suits^at $7.!^.^). Com^^pare, with others^at $12.80. 14t'loth Suits^at lt.00, worth to 010. '.':iCloth Suits,^formerly MUlBg^Clioice 0S0 SilkWaists ChiiuifealileSilk Waigtl^! $i '.)'^.^worth ic^..)0. Ollnr style Silk Wiii-tsnt 01.70,^worth HOO. ('hililron'sDresses mai keil tlown^to day. 17jIjiwii uml Orpimlie Shirt^Waists at Ma, l.'il)new ^iiii(rlmin Shirt Waists,^neat cheeks, with collars ami cuffs^to match, at 01.90, 01-90, Ol.TO, 0.K. Lewis ^ Co. LOOK!Limi LOOKIII alA am. I Thiselegant High Arm Hewing Ma-^chine complete, wtrh all attai Itmenti.^ami warranted 10 every way. for Jfl \\iitefor descriptive circular. We^-II th-- following new High tirade^machines: New Home. Whit-. Stand^^ard Household. Domestic and others.^Aitschments anil supplles^we have^I hem for all kinds of machine*, lle-^niember at sHBRfiAN's.^K^xx::~- BUTTE CashQrocery COMPANY /Q7OMPARKthn following prices^v^/ w ith tho prices you are pay-^ing ami see whether it pays you to^pay cash (or your goods or have^them eharjred. Kvery article is^minranteeU to he first-class and^just as it is advertised. TOWHOM IT MAY CONCERN Thepartnership bsretefore existing h.iwen Kind ^*. Kulll and Isaac A. Heilbroaaer,sadkti th* tirm name ut^hi 11.1 ,v ut 11 iiuo^m:k rjwiaga vv hob ^ale and retail cigar, to-^bic eti and confectionery business at I'M^North Alain street, has this day been^dissolved Py mutual consent, K. t'.^Kulll artlrtag, Ins Interest hathfj pur-^1 hased by J I'ai-y Browne. All bibs^due the llrni and owed by the linn will^b. paid ond collected by the now Hm ofBl ow no * Heilbronner. Bi'. KULL.I, J.P, BROWNK, IA hb1lbronnbr. Wtn.Hoge. M B. Bpagsatea Ft f rtia-n.^beta, Mart us Daly, F. gV 8argo^.it. 12.ins each. Corn. rVa* or Beans for.tl.00 li.cans Kastern Tomaioes 1.0* 7-!bpschggjg t'oflTee kg] Ilbs Bngfjgh Rreakfast, (lunpowder ,r I'.asket-Flred Tea LIB 1lb Uunkaai or Schepp's package Co- coanut^ al lb*Navy or Hayo Beans 1* m- !-lhs. Baked Beans 1.00 t-lb*(Boss Start h M 1-aaUoafan Now York Stste Apples 2J Vll Can Baking Powder St l!,-lhl an Baking Howder S ;large (eWeses Jelly , to : Bars Washing Soap ^ 1.09 FAMILYLIQUORS t-yearold Ashland Whiskey, per gal..COO^I v, ir-old California Brandy, per gal. }.00 Holland(tin. per gall.W iyear-old California Port Wine, per galUg) iyear-old California Sherry, per gal.. 1.00^1-year-old California Muscatel, per gal 100 I-vear-old California Angelica, per gal l is)^Var-old California Claret, pgr gal.. H^i, Bottles Claret for 1.00 HOGE, gk/%ev*v%.%*^ ^%.e^^%fv% e^a JTEN ITEMS FROM OUR | j MONSTER J| \Carpet Sale \ DROWHICB8 CO.^BANKERS bi'ttkcitv MONTANA. Tranr.ni' a ileneral Panknu Bu dne^^.^^CxehatiKi' draws oil the laadhag till'- of^Gurope. Colleetitin . prumiitly utleiided to. Correstwindents. Weils, Fargu i'u^Mew York. Wells. Fargo ^.- C* BsM^Lake; Wells, Fargo A Co., Han Franrls-^10, Omaha National flank. Omaha. Hoge,^Daly a Co , Ana. ontla. ButteCash Grocery Company corI'ark it Wyoming Sis.. Butte. Mont. Mandolii,Gnitir, Buji ui Yitlii INSTRUCTION. LT. Bade. Mananlla. Oultar. Banjo aad Vlo.^tin IiiKtrurtion. rins inatruments free to pupils^f ir limns praetlee. Modern methoSs by whlek^iheas in^tram-nts are thoroughly* learaed ln ahort^tone Mand,'1111 sua (.Inliar t luha np^a u^ nnplls^without ehsrss. Studio, Kouaa 3. No. 77 t.^Park- Open evenlsga. Yards Ttlsphoaejs Sil^^ver Bow Coal Co..^Butte, Montana OglesXI fftl^^Graaits. UpperMain Street. c Brownfiesld ANTY*^ARRET^Or\PANY 0000000000000 0SlauKhtered 9^9 Prices 0^5 000000 000000 Pars 1f) BsM 'J Hark Down the Prltca That They Tay^*l a. [loan the Csrp.'ts. i DOI BT QLIETINQ Fl HIRES : go yards at tagjrala Cavrgets M 0I8c a yard IW MM yards of Ingrain Carpels at.... Mil vard IIfO yards of TaiMstry BrJ^^. I^^Cjrisis at 42va vard 0 Bg yards of same, with berdsfl^lo match, at -TV1 tanl Br.itl'rns of Boity Itriisi.. Is, with^or without kSgfggg* at ... $1tMI a \artl Tard-wlde Home-Made Bag Car- r pets ^! 9 Hfi IBtei IIivy tirade ferrei C irat IJ JUt a tbN 1 |0 Patterns Linoleums, cut from^ti.' (e d^;I v ,1 N V'iPair la* S Curtains, cut from MJB10 7'.\n piir 31by M-111. h Smyrna Hug- ^ ut^from K.~~^ 10 f1 ^)^^) tatl TheBi|( and Only (iround^Floor Carpet House. oWV^%'%'%'a^ ^*^ %%h.% evJ BEEHIVE 000000000000a 9Slaughtered | 9 Prices g IJOOOOOOOOOOOO Thereis still a chance to provide your homos with^Useful ami Beautiful things at our closing out prices.^The many many people that have provided themselves^with present and future wants at this great sale can tes^^tify that merchandise never was before or never will be^attain bought as eheap. Provide yourselves. We have^on hand an immense stock of Sereen Doors, Fruit Jars^for the fruit season, Garden Hoso for the summer, Rakes^and litics for tho yard Tools for the Carpenter, Tinware^for the kitchen, Dish 's for the boardiug house, tine China^for the dining room, Brie-a-Brao and Vases for the^mantel, Lock^ ami Trimmings for the Builder, fine Pic-^turei for the parlor, Silverware for the wedding. Manufacturerscost until our vast stock is closedout. tBE1R HIYEJ !2to 'Js WKST ti KAN ITE ST., BUTTE, MONT.