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THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MOHXTXG. JULY I, 1807.
ButteNews, m BUTTE'S TWO COURTS ThePrinriea] Brand. OBVe of th- Sian.lanl^U ^' 21 t hroadwav. Butt-. IVaphont 4'.^-'^Adverti^ln^ rttrt '. urnUhed on application. BITTKWEATHER.^Brported (or (he MmUril i^r Calloflj * Co.,UritgglSta. June3^^Thermometer Barometer. Wind^II a. m. fit dee; altove. 24.15 inches. 8\V^* p. m. ^t deg. above. 24.10 Inches NU^High. I temperature ^^^.. Ia^wcst. 3j. lO-DAY'sWKATHtR. FairIn soitth-rn portion; light showers In^Fair; westerly winds. OurMid Summcr Styles in Fedoras,Soft,^Stiff and^Straw^Hats. JudgeBrantly Decides in Favor^of the Defendant, McLeod. THECONCLUSIONS OF LAW IfcCune'sSuit Against Frank Indefinitely^Postponed Dr. Norcross' Anawer^to tils Wlfs's Suit for^Divorce. Headquartersfor Summer Un^^derwear. Bicycle Shirts, Gloves,^Sweaters, Belts, etc. BABCOCK^ Co Hattersand Furnishers Butte,Montana. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Rentpianos from Orton Bros. Dr.H. M. Hall. 4 ^ j Silver Bow block. Schoolof shorthand, 20:, The Butte TheStory of Butte.-' Illustrated.^Mall, Mb. tiuy X. Piatt, Butte. Mainsprings $1. watches cleaned J1.00.^Warranted. Mayer, 40 West Park. MontanaDetet live MBacy, room 22,^Owsley bloek. J. T. O'Doimell. mgr. Yellowstonepark ir.-day tour $:io.^Party leaven July ti: H K. liranlte st. CharlesLane, architect, Dclllnger^bloek, room 5, 115 Nurth Main. Butte. Mra.M. N. Heck anil daughter J* Mia^are In the city the guests ^^r Mrs. C. H.^Savage. Securea portfolio to-day of the Cor-^hett-FIUsimmons tight^'The Klght of^the Century.'' Bestmeals In the city, 2r.c. Board. $:0^per monlh. Trcketf, $a.00. The Mikado, 15West Granite. chiefDispatcher RllkMI or the \aiis- pelliifflee of the Great MoTlhSTII, Is In^the city on a visit. MissJulia Hirrington and Miss M.irv^Shay of Deer Lodge, arc the ,uests ill'^the Misses KalTelty. BillyVarley. arrsatsd fur stealing a^horse from his father, vvus taken to An^^aconda yesterday hy She! iff Koran. C.H. Savag'. electric motorman at^the Parrot smelter, is FoallMd to his^home with a serious atiack of illness. Dr.Jos. A. Silverman lias moved his^offices from ';'l N. Main street to his^leslden-e at 17 S. Washington street. Ourline g| stiinmt t suitings Is the^most complete in the city. Kit guaran^^teed. Schilling Urns., appoatte P. o. Daniel10. I:ari^lDiuiiii and wife Iran inButte yesterday on their retain fraai asuccessful tour through the southern^counties. PearlDavis. Better known as Lulu^Davis, the Teal EMBck.^ Has lined $.1^and cost;'. In police court yesterday for^street walking. Mothers!keep your children from the^evil Influences of the street. Tin y wi;|^receive moral and intellectual training^in the Misses Corhlns' school, West^Broadway Ituilding. Onlysix days mote far Skeeter's^harness and .int. We want to see all^Butte hoys well dressed for the alorious^Fourth. A ticket tree fur reefy dollar^expended In our children's department.^Boucher, the clothier. Theease of the state against Mr. and^Mrs. Charles Suet, who were arrested^on a charge of disturbing the peace,^preferred in Hums' court by Mrs. Km-^ma Toole, was yesterday continued un^^til next Tuesday. The patties live out^near the race track. Acitation was yesterday issued out^of Hums' court in the attachment case^of J. W. Klliott vs. J. J. Coleman, t r-^dering the Anaconda company la BB^^pgar in court anil make unsvver. under^oath, rtspcctitu; certain moneys nllc'-d^to be in its hands and due the defe.ul-^BJM as wages. Theslander suit Instituted in Hums'^court by A. A. Lagergre.-n. an em^^ploye of the Western Iron Works,^against Mr. and Mrs. P. T Peterson,^of South Hutte. was yesterday trans^^ferred to Jutuiec Dueie's court on a^change of venue. The plaintiff asks for^damages in the sum of $600. JudgeBrantly was yesterday served^with a writ of certiorari In tin William^Dsn case. commandlnK him to Bta I II^records in the case to the r'.ipreme court^for review as to his decision on the ha^^beas corpus ai d to BBS) ^ ml all further^pro. rcdings and hold in alvyai^ the^eider for Day's release until the Part her^orders of the supreme court. Judge^Itrantly has M days in which to s ml up^the records so that the case cannot b.^heard before September, and It will^probably be Octoi.. r Baton tlnal action^Is taken by the court. JudeBrantly held his last session of^(ourt in Department 1. for Judge Lind^^say yesterday and disposed of a M Of^business. In the mining suit of J. K.^Campbell and others against John A.^Mela'od. which was tried a few days^ago. the judge gave a decision in favor^of the defendant. The court found the^facts to be that the plaintiffs. J. K.^Campbell. Thomas McKay, and tin ft -^fendant. John A. McLeod. one James^Jenkins, one (iillis and one McDaaaM,^on the Sth day of January. 1SH^. made^and entered Into a contract and agree^^ment of i opartnership verbully, for the^purpose of working and developing the^Mountain Chief quarts lode mining^claim, situated In Homestake mining^district. Jefferson county, state of Mon^^tana, the said contiHot to expire on Its^limitations, on Jan. S. 1H97; that under^the terms of said agreement the said^Campbell, CMlis and McKay were to^expend their work in the (lev lopnieni^of the mine and In taking out ore there^^from, while McDonald. McKay and Mo^Lend wen to pay the expenses of these^operations, the partners all sharing^equally in the proceeds of the shipment^of ores made from the mine; that said^copartnership was not at any time^thereafter, by mutual consent or other^^wise, dissolved, so far as McLeod is^concerned, but continued until this suit^was brought; that the sum of JHfW.09.^for which the plaintiffs brought suit^herein was derived from the shipments^or ores from the mine by the plaintiffs^herein, the plaintiff Mcpherson having^been substituted in the copartnership^to the interest of McDonald by the con^^sent of all the partners herein, alcepi^McLeod; that from and after the 15th^day of March. l^9fi. the owners pursuit!^their operations in the development of^said mine without consulting the de^^fendant. McLeod, and without ac^^counting to him in any way for the^shipment of ores derived therefrom.^That the said sum of |38R.Oii is a part^^nership asset which should, under the^copartnership agreement, be applied to^copartnership liabilities. Asconclusions of law. the court^found thai the plaintiffs are not enti^^tled to a Judgment herein in the sum j^claimed In the complaint, or for any ;^Other sum; that the defendant McLeod^is entitled to an accounting with the j^plaintiffs and the said Jenkins. McDon^^ald and C.lllls, for the proceeds arising^from the shipments of the ores from the^said mine, for the expenses Incurred by I^the copartnership In connection there-^with, and to a full settlement of the^partnership affairs of the partners. Thacase of M. J. McCune against^H. L. Frank for $2,012.16 and an attor^^ney's fee of $500 and to foreclose a lien 1^on the I'ostofTIi e building, a suit in^which each side alleged a breach of^contract, came up for trial before Judge^Hrantiy yesterday, but It ended by be^^ing indefinitely postponed. McCune I^was the^ contractor and agreed to do^the brick and stone work anil furnish ,^the material for l^HJ and was to have ,^the work done by a certain date of for^^feit J.'o a day for all time over that pe- !^riod. McCune claimed that Frank and^his architect changed the original plans^and that thy increased the cost il.X44.s7.^which amount McCune claimed as ex^^tras. Mr. Frank says the conttartnr^di laved the work 32 days after the date^specified In the contract and therefore^claimed tl.S4!t damages and set up a '^further counter for several liens which^he had to pay. making In all JL'.noo.:,:).^When the case came up the sufficiency^of the plaintiff's contract was ques^^tioned and argued at considerable 1^length. The defendant llnally moved^for a dismissal of the case, but the mo^^tion w as overruled, though the t ourt^held that the complaint was good. The^plaintiff was granted 10 days to am. nil^and the ease w as continued. TheCase, of Kdgar L. Dayton against^Silas F. King and others, a suit for the^possession of a house on the Hesperus^lode on Fast Mercury street, was de^^cided In favor of the defendants on the^ground lhat the plaintiffs had forfeited^their intt rests in the property or if they^had any right it was by action for^damages. Hallshaa^ MacCallum were given '^Judgment for .1:105.45 against P. Ivan-^covlch and Milo Vuoonvteh and the lat^^ter was taught a lesson In honesty.^The evidence in the esse showed that^IvaacovtCB ran an account with the^plaintiffs and represented that Vucn-^vlch was his partner and the latter in^^dorsed the representation. After they^had Incurred a considerable at bt Ivan-^i ovlch failed and Vuconvioh claimed lie^was not a partner in the business and^not responsible for the debts, but Judge^Hrantiy decided that as he had repre^^sented himself as a partner and there-^Bf obtained credit for Ivancovii h he^would have to pay for it. Dr.C. V. Norcross yesterday Med in^court an answer to his wife's suit for^divorce, but does not oppose it. He ad^^mits that they were married at Ogden 1^on July 22. 1KS0. and that they have^lived six years in Hutte but have not^lived together since June 1. 1S96. He^explains lhat they lived apart by mu^^tual consent and according to the wish^and desire of both. He denies every al^^ligation of cruelty and asks judgment^for his costs.^In the divorce case of Mary Foster netofficer^ During Oram's adminls-^I i rat Mil Benjamin H. Bristow. 1 think.^, secretary of the treasury, was looking '^at a handsome Washington residence.^^What is the rent .1'' he asked of the1^agent. ^Seven thousand dollars tier^I year.^ replied the latter. Then the sec- 1^; retary gated away into spare w ith a i^l pensive mood. ^What are you thlah-^' Ing of^^ Inquired the agent. ^Why.^ (^j replied the secretary with some hesita- ^^tlon, ^I was wondering what to do with^the other thousanti dollars.^^Secretary (Sage, unwittingly, p traps.^I had a little Joke on one of his numer- j^ous and frequent callers recent l^. The '^. would-be patriot asked for a list of^offices in the treasure den.ti 1FIM in Bet^protected by the civil service law.^Then upon the secretary drew from his^I desk a tyiiewrltten list of the respect-^! Ive offices. :il in all. not proteetM by^1 the aegis of the civil service and pro-^i eeded to check off about two-thirds of^the number. The offli ^s so checked, he^' explained to the applicant, required s^peclal training and technical knowledge^of certain aulb s. Then ii w as observed^' that a cheek mark had I.e. n j.lace.l be^^fore the words Secretary of the HfJkV^| ury-$8,000. ON THE TRACK. At*^htep*h*nil. New-York. June ^A - At rthecpshead^Hay: Kl\e-elghths of I mile-Harry Kee.l^ami Rubicon dead heat to-- llrst place. Haswell third; time. IM MMa sad .1 Bis- teenthAture won. Hraw I.el IBSSad Riflethird; time. 1 ^ H PatarHp scares ;^ Fireman won. Mirthful second, UsheS-^ntan third; linn. 1 11 Six furlotins OaB- naiaturwaa, Dutch has let escaad, Hen iEder third; time. 2.22 4-5. Fleven-slx-^, teenth* of -i mlle-ficl.haw won. Hand Presssseaad, Nosey ihird; uaaa i M Twomiles, hurdles^Kilkenny won, McKec^s. cunil. Flash third time. :, '*). \lv. I.onia. St.Louis. June .to. -Mlle-Hiilil' Li e won^Al Mile* s. . ond. Bravo third; linn I Vi^Mile and ^ sixteenth-Lin ky Star won. 1,|. 11. rose second SelI tilrl third linn 1:11,Sana Itlhths of a niilo-Lont time^won. Lady Brlttannie SSI o'nl. Annie L.'s^sister third; time. I M, Tares, q Mart I rs of ^^mile^Mai y w oo. Oath seemd. OsshSS third;time. I:]T% hWs sad ^ stateeatt Miriam11. son. Dr. Coop second. March^third; time. I:M%. Mile- A H C won. The^(iliost second, t'ouiotnie d*Of tlilid, time, Idhhji AlMheMelil. ChJcaaa.Jaflfa ttv- At IhaaMdi six rur- loasafears Truly won. Can HavtU sec^^ond. Tony llonig third: time. ItMHf Five^furlongs^Klslc Itrambl- won. Ideal B-ati^seeord. Howl third; time. 1;^^ 11 ^ Six fiir-^kups tileitmoNt'e woo. i'henlile second. jo.-Mali, ltd third: time. 1:1*14. hUte^Oat. gowon. For^ seen se. ond. BWSS^ third,^time. 1:45. Six furlongs Little Ocean won, HesavMs seooad, vitroia thlrdi time.^1:14%, Mile and a nuarter. ^teaatsehaai^Repeater won. Folly set ond, Del Coro-^nado third, time. I:^'^. ItiiselinllVe^tprtlay. AtRsslea t; itrooklyn. I^At New York I; Bitltlmoie. I.^Ai Phi la del phis i. fVashlagtaa, t AtSt. I Sills I. Cleinn.ttl. AtCMcaae^7; ltsalsvrHf I, AtCleveland 14: Plttstnug. L^Msuillitg of tin- 4 tubs. TROUBLEIN THE BLOCK Olttt*^ Is Broken and There Are^Screams and Yells. THEDOCTORS DON'T AGREE Mrs.Norcross Causes the Arrest of Dr.^Cowperwaithe. Who Cause* the^Arrest of Mrs. Norcrose^and Dr Johnson. Americaand tinat Britain ha\. ^ f\ 1/ IJ^ /- partiallyeffaced, when we art ,\J, |\, LCWIS OC V^O. BlTTK. MONTANA. CORNELL FRESHMEN WIN* Twohotnoeonat hie doctors, one den^^tist and a woman or two prot mlxid up^in a little tsTsonal einounter in the^Owsley bltH-k last evening and the^i w hole batch w as ai rested. They put up a$25 cash bond each for their spinal^I ante In police court at * o'clock this^morning. Thetrouble has been one of long-^. rtar.dliig and had its origin in th- mai-^I ti is w hich led up to the suit for divorce atHettts Nonnaa adBtaat C, v Msr- iross. AltliotiKh Dr and Mrs Norcross^I are not living together they occupy^moms almost adjoining and ever since^she lostitttt d her suit lor dlVOrCi there^have he'n lively times on the second Roarot the Oat slip Mock. Dr. Cow per- thwaitehas la en a partner of Dr. Nor^^cross and has taken his side of the af^^fair Bsan BT less, in Johnson, a den^^tist, has offices adioluing those of Drs.^Norcross and Cow perthwalts. and. be^^ing v..ting, married and chivalrous, he I^' naturally has been itu lined t^ ^ take Mrs^Norcross' part. This 'act and a re^^mark made by Dr. Nort ross led to an '^^ in.muter betWSOB lh* dentist and the 1^homoeopathist a few nights ago. A^| beer bottle was broken over the den^^tist's head and when the two men were '^parte,| |hs Other tallSW'S face looked^like a study in crazy-patch work. Af. w days ago 1)1 Norcross disap^^pear! d from his offices. Ills friends say^he Hi tit off mi a vacation, but his wife^says hi' is lulling sotitew h^ re to avoid^tile serv ice of papers in her divorce suit.^Y stertla.v Dr Cow perthw alte published anotice of a dissolution of partnership^I between himself and Dr. Norcross, and | thenproceeded to take sole possessn.it^I t f their tutBX r Joint ataVl I s. Mrs. Nor^^cross claimed that some of the furni^^ture and other effects in the office be^^longed to her and she tried IS let paa-^session of them. Dr. ('owpsrthwaits^put her out i : the office and she called^for the police. Several ofltccts wen^soon on the scene and Mrs. Non ross^asked them to artist Dr. Cow par*^thwaite. Hut when she was Informed^that file would have to go. list, she^changed her mind and decided that she^did ti, t want the doctor arrested. Theoffii ers left and Mrs. Norcross^made another attempt to get her prop^^erty, or what she claimed as Iters. Dr.^CowpsrthWalls had another tussle with^her. She si reamed and Dr, Johnson^Beard II and ran t^ her aid. but Just as liearrived at the office dsar Dr, Cow- PSTthWSltSran In anil slammed the^doer. Ity some means the glass whs^broken and lh* racket hroUfhl Cap^^tain Dawson to the scene, l'non Mrs^' Norcross' i omolaint he arrested Dr. CowparthwaitsMr assault; oa Cowper-^IhwaJte'i romplaral he arrested Mrs. Norcrossfor IreSBBSe, and on C'e dec. tor'scomplaint he also gathered m Dr. Johnsonfor breaking the door glass.^The thrst wan taken la the i ity hall,^where thev tb posited cash bonds for tiniiappearance on the request of^Dr, fowporthwaite. the captain placed aSpecial offlt i i on guard on the se, ond herof the Owale) Moch ta keep Mrs. Norcrossfrom making another noc^^turnal alteinpt to (ret the furniture^^ from her husband's office. tw ^, n^becom as parate language and when we csn ,^sell tTOn.oat.OOO of proiiui ts a year |o^som, other customer, we may Is- willing^to sh..w some courtesy to the now exe^^crable British government. Not now HoiiM-hoidhkaaa Ate.ii an Kitchen Magssin*. Aranilttumtloes not tarnish readily,^and mat be rubbed wllh the whiting or^with BBy ,f the tine materials us..! f...^silver A |iaste is prepared by Ihe^dealers fi r this special use. Ast.o mi.bet! daily with a soft i loih^und a few drops of kerosene or sweet^oil may I- kept black ami clean, though Batpetlaa i BBBatajsces stalled an mah^a stovs aw) lie t leanetl off with saaa^and wall r bl iter than on BBS Beat Ma. k^w ith lead Nickella cow usi d in stava anal* mints,in the bathroom and in table^uc will || dsSS not oxidize BT tarnish^in the air or with i ntuition use. it can^lie kepi bright by washing in hat soap^suds and rinsing In verj hoi water. It^mav l.e t ill.bed wnli a paste .if whiting^ami lard, tallow alcohol or ammonia. h'li.li.-n utensils, with careful use.^mav I., lo pi . b an bt s..ap and ^ at. i^or a liberal use 01 ammonia. Fine sand seanmust occasionally be used whoa substancesare burned on or where the^tin conies In contact with the flame. , K rasa as is a good cleaner for the zinc I stovihoards: vinegar and water. If |^time is . an fill rinsing aflerwsrd, or a i^strong solution of salt and wan t may P. 1i-. .1 -72-- Keady-MadeSuits at $8.05each that'sthe pith cf th j most In^^teresting ann iuncem a nt we^have ever made touching Wo^^men's Ready-Made iiuita and^Dresses. Newest sty le, all late^arrivals^no loud, fancy, or^ugly thing* among them Oftheso suits not one of^them sold less than fU^each. Why! Does it mat^^ter why^ If you fouml I^gold mine would you ask^why^ The suits in this lot^cover all the^stout sizes. LOOK!LOOK!! LOOK!!! regularand shel^hl ^^ ^lte W s^ Told. Mistress-I told you half an hour%go to^tan on the gas lit the parlor Bridget. BridgetSun. an I dlil. mum. rant yei^smell It MAKEENGAGEMENTS AT ONCC.^Mi Ivor ^ Timlnll ReBSaBM at Ihe Butte^PBaS hOBS Lunger. Y.-le.il.n was a busy day for the fa^^mous Raffllsh BUTStic, Alexander J. Me- liarTiadsM. al Ihe Bat is, sad Bawshsn ofl.oties ami BsajthaBBB called bbss eon- suitedMm in regard to advise ami to si r , manifest.tilonsof his woiiilerful gift. PrtBsrnHtsa isittrihaaj raassssad ay manymimls y, i the exercise of II is fugl I livesad ImaTsilasl Chilinsrssee anas. daleshistory anil III times past kings anil (^potentates BSVS . (Ulsillleil or.ob- to I'.itu^the outiome of momentous events. Neveriii the same time since^tins store started have we sold as^many yards and as many dollars'^worth of Lacesand Ribbons Thursdayand Friday for Lacesat 15c yard Thursdayand Friday for^Ribbons at 35c, jic, 45c, f^o. This Klegant lliah Arm Sewing Ma-^ilne complete with all attachments, and^warraatrd in every way for ^]Q ^^s urtte for descrlaarra tirwsJar, We also sellthe following new High Orsde Ma-^hlnes: N.w Home. White. Standard,^aid PsBustle ami others. Attach^^ments ami supplies^ we have them for all^kinds of mai'htnes. Remember, at M I\ nr-TymLill ha** thl* nift ilrvt*lo|M^^1^to .1 tvni.irk ih). ttQffi In llM RMMV of^^lin,irfNj*toii.^ Oik- ciiunot ilt^rrllM^ thi ln-^I 1I1 llnibrt; that |g |^M MM ttM wan ht-r of^KtuiwItilK*- must m.ikt lii^llvlihi^ill^ Tlw^ImsI Rnitt;inti-*' th.tt Mil Mil - f y ikIm M ran^furnlHli und it Hhoultl Impn'h^ all fulr-^mliultil mi ti tt 1 n1 women -is that In rnak- s ,^no 1 Itarv;*' if Ml work Ii* Mfl ^*,^iii^'ly M(*^j irifartoiy tu tlMM who may i im-ult him^on mitiht.^ of .i hiislin soi la I or iln-^1 m^ xtto iiiitun'. Mrlvoi-'ryinlall makt'm no claim to^; Rrt'aint'sH, yi t lt^arn*'^l mni from all purls^I of the i onntrv. wholiir* widl In^llii1 artr* and m lencPH. |iro^ lnlin him thr Women'sShirt Waists,^50c Each (Basement)^ Special purchase^for this sale. 27.^) Fen-ale Waists,^value to $'2 Other style Waists^nt Nil li x\ 73e, Children'sJackets Aces4, Ii, f, 10, 12, 14, sel line^previously up to 0. Choice $4.95. Boys'Waists Boys'Shirt Waists, unlaun-^dered 1 not all sizes^Mi, were .)0e,^^)0c, 75c. Boys'Fauntlt roy Waists at 50c,^COc. 75e, (U, Mother'sFriend Shirt Waists at^f^0e, 75c, IS and Si. Ready-to-WearSuits Commandspecial attention this^week^$5, S7.50. $10 ami $12 50^See them. The making alone will^cost more. Children'sDresses Nearlyhalf price. 0.K. Lewis ^ Co. 1'oluinblaSecond and Pennsylvania a^( lose Third. rsaajhhtaasts, K, v.. June Bj. .CarasM wonhy threi-nuarters of a length. Colum^^bia second by a third of a length over I^Hetinsy ivanlH. The official lime was: Cor- j^nell. it minutes. 21 14 seconds; Culiitni.i i.^^-;a Mi rssnaylTSBis Idl I-^.. The fresh^^men race over the two-mile BBwfM this ;^afternoon between three American cnWS, ' rawiafjwith purely AaMttsaa methods. wasone of the most rematkaltle in |hf :^annals of boat racing In this BBaatrp,^The freshmen of form II, Columbia anil^Pennsylvania rowed Willi their heads as j^well as with their bodies sad shewed^art that was surprlsliiK Tin lime is not^record-breaking. BSSBBM Yah made the^BBBsf course in I minutes and inc. seconds^last Wedaeeday, but both CslaaiBis ishillK se ond. and PsBBSylvaBlB third. Beadssetter flaw, than dht Harvard aad Yale tinishlllg ill Hie BUBS places last^Wednesday. jmarv el of the age. Bsen a portfolio to-diiy of the Those w ho wish to consult Melt or T\ n^Corbett Pllislinmons fight. The Fight | ,|,,n ^,Usl make arr.tiigi ments now. as he^1 of the Century. ForSt. Joe take the Burlington mule.^BUTTE BRIEFS. InBleeding knit.as. Salina.Kans.. June .HI-The 8aUna bank^to-day voluntarily went Into the hands^of the stale hank comnils^.oiier. Th. de^^positors will ht paid in full, at 'cording tu^the bank officials' statement. shockedt^ Bsaaha Chicago.June M. Jai-oli Miller, ifc^. years^old. was electrocuted al BlcQregae ami^several olher wurknen horril.lt In., k .1^Bad burned at Mas MIL' i re. k. 'l ie mm^mn billldllig a stone al.iitni.nl Bad IBS metallicgap nga which sanad to k!.*.p thederrick in position Iiiihk over a trol^^ley wire. The men tried to tlithtci IBS^guy rope and a i urr. nt of si v .-r.tl tliou.--^sud volts |iass*'d through Mill. r. I'lleleSam's I.real I.mid Possi ^.oins. Theana of th. I nlted States is^;',.ii:..BM square miles; with Alaska It is^3.Kn:'.!HM square mil s, eqaal to the ana^of hII Baraga, with Italy ms! Turkey^e\e. ot.d. ' wiltts William Qesrge Jor^^dan on ^The (ireatest NatkM SB^Berth.^ in the July Ladles' Home^Journal. Texas, its largest state. Is tu..haadnd ami twain times tie saa ofBjaad* Island. T^xas might invite^every man. woman atnl child now llv- agalnst liobert Foster, an order was : ing in the vt u !d to set tl^ tv it bin Its tar-^made that Ihe defendant pay his wife^t'.fl a month temporary alimony and her^attorney IT.'i as a fee. POWDER AbsolutelyPurs JudgeClancy held a short session af^^ ^ UM ^^^ sterility morning and dismiss ,|^I his jury for the term. He will probably^adjourn bis court to-day for the sum-^BM f vacation. Anotice of appeal in the egas 'if l'eter^Wastl against the Montana Calm was^BjkeJ yesterday accompanied by a t'KK-^inti ixind. Inthe case of the Butte City Water^tompany againrt Si. ^Inge ami others^Hi^ temporary restraining ^ rdei was l.y^^ ^r.scnt dissolv ed and the SCdet M sine^cause v acated. ABathM of int ntinn Is nan fur a^in v^ trial was given in the ease of Ma^tuscwitt against Reynolds. TheHafner Furniture tompany yes-^tarda* brought suit against Herman^Slrasberger for 1177. Aninventory of the estate of Mary^Ibiggan. dec-'ased. was nled yesterday,^shewing the appraised value of all^!^:^. e^-retaryl.n|r'^ .loke.^From the Chicago TinvsHerald. Thifact that Mr Cage has rented a^Vary handsime villa for the eumwr^season at Chevy Chase, some eight^miles from Washington, suggests ihe^question: How far will the salary of^^s.000 go toward the support of a cabl- ritoiy.o.iTeririK ea' h Individual a plot^of ground INS by ligi last The state^would not ks really en dad, for each^individual would have four times the^space tak* n by each person in New-^York t ity. Kngland. Ireland. Scotland.^Wales. Italy and Portugal could hi^transplanted to Texas and there would^still la- mom for a good slxed prome^^nade When curious American: BBBM^walk while studying ih's bit of F,u-^rope. Three of th. cattle ranches of^Texas lover as much territory us the^Sandwich islands, vvhith we wero to^anmx four ^t ars ago. nnNever Sels on I arte BgB**l Ktminim. TheBritons proudly Ismsl that the sunnever sets on the quten s domln- I mosily^Ions, as If th*: were special objects of^rolar favoritism.^ writes William^(^eorge Jordan on The iii at-st Na-^'tion on Karth.^ in the July Ladies^Home Journal. But it is equally true^that there ts always sunshine on some^part of I'nele Sam s treat issetsslons WhtnIt is C p. m. on An island. Alaska,it is !^:3^ a to nt ihe dav fd I'atCoalaa has retMtgjai from n trip^Fast. Mrs.Thomas BwwaB. BeTSd '.'6 years.^di^i to-dajf al No. Baai Park ave^^nue. Miirii.nrelicenses were yesterday Is^^sued to Daniel J. Blue ami Kate P. Jit-^Kae. U H, Baxter ami Klla DigSB, Theno tubers of the Butte lire de^^partment appeared yesterday Iii their^net1 nni'orms and mad. a handsome^showing. CouncilNo. 1 of the K^tte A. P. A., i^the first council to BrgjgaJgS and tin last^to give up. has surrendered its b ase on^Iht hall Where its meetings used to be^held, and it is understood Its charter has^bang BBIUBdirsd and the council dis^^banded. WHY AMERICANS HATE ENGLAND lat in (.leaned t'rnni lli^tur^ That Account^fur the \ul l)i-llIt). Fromthe Dallas News.^Th^ queen's Jubilee is becoming a varyserious pmaoaKiaa hi ths failed States. Posters have In stuck up In NtvvYork denouncing lit fiery terms^Ihe suggestion lhat in honor of the eventthen shall in- piayi d in Central parkby a regimental band tin wait.^|BBS g Bit Osd BBTl the tjui en.^ ^No BritishBaakayban here.^ cries th- aery^poster rhetoric Brn. What is i:n- gland^ qle en to us^ Arc vve to be .lis^graced by toadies in oflii ^ No iniislc^for Vi. tarla in tin BsageB'l |iark.^ As :^Americans vve of .nurse recogiilxe Vlc-^torin as an ^ nemy. This Is not a per-^tonal dislike, for Americans are too^chivalrous to entertain a harsh feeling^against an nonest woman. It Is Vic- 1^torla as the sovereign I f the British na-^liag that vve hate. We hate ^Si ^ al^Britain, and for very gssd reasons. In^the first plate, vve are mostly of British descent Tht 111 Blah ngltng) la la hhtgai forthis and therefore d'SMves our ut- ^^terniost execration. If it had not BSBB^for the Unl'ed kingdom of Kngland.^Beet land ami Ireland WS might have^Is en mostly descendants of th** Afri^^cans or the Hindoos or Ihe Chinese. In^an evil moment, howevt r. the hat^d^British sought these shores ami lie-^iimt our almost exclusive pngJBBtten^when we vvtre |siw.r|ess In avert the^anctsttal outrage. Why did they take^advantage of us in this way^ Is it not^evidence eompleie that they are de-^lestahlc creatures^ Having ggggflM so^iranst endently our progenitors they^hav. f,.ii,.t their language ^m us when^we might have been speaehhBJ Italian^or Yldtlish or Sanskrit or Slwntsh. For^this they deserve our undying am- AFrantic Gleam Dartedfrom his eye^he wasthe BaggageSmasher Thepassenger stood in^fear ami tremblino, HisTrunk^On the Platform Onewild rush, one^frightful smash and the^trunk landed in safety iu^the car. It was one of the AGreat Bargain Owinglo my Inability te successfully^conduct my store and ranch at the^same time, I have concluded to offer^my ranch for sale at a great sacrifice.^It Is located five miles east of Anacon^^da and one mile north of Warm^Springs, contains b'10 acres under fence,^water rights, residence and sufficient^outbuildings 1 will sell with Imple^ments for JOen. 13.000 cash, balance on^time. II Is I ist the place for the dairy^business, good markets being near at^hand. The price Is a trifle less than IS^per acre ami less than I paid for It.^Title unquestionable. Apply or address^Peter loosing. Deer Lodge, Mont. Famous$0.00 solid bum^^per, sure-eiioni'h-never-^lircak \Trunks Tol^e found oulv at 24W. Park St., BL'TTE... STATESAVINGS BANK Cor.Main and Park. Butte. OKFICF.R8. P.A. Largey President T.Id. Hodgens Cashlet PaidIn capital. ilM.OM.^Surplus and undivided profit^. 150.00S. 1'riderstate supervision and Jurisdiction,^Interest paid on deposits Sells exchange^available in all the principal cities of the^1'nlted States and Kurope. Collections at^tiMided to promptly. Transact a general^banking business. Directors:P. A. Larger. John A. Crelgh^ton. Omaha, ti W Btapletor.. A. II. liar^pet, K D. Lcavltt, 8. V. Kemper, 1. M.^llcdgens. BUTTE CashGrocery COMPANY zO)OMPAREthe following prices^Vs_* with the prices you are pay-^in(^ and see whether it pays you to^pay cash for your (foods or have^them eharjred. Every article is^piaranteed to be first class and^just as it is advertised. 12tans each. Corn. Peas or Beans for.H.0* 10cans Eastern Tomatoes l.M 7-lhpackage Coffee l.gj lbs Kngllsh Breakfast, Gunpowder orBasket-Fired Tea l.BJ 1lb Dunham or Scltepp s package Co- coanut 3t Mlbs Navy or Rayo Beans l.B) Icans. .Mb*. Baked Beans l.B) 5-lbsUloss Starth S 1-CullonCan New York State Apples 8 S-lbCan Baking Powder B) lVlbCan Baking Powder 3 3large Glasses Jelly M BarsWaihlng Soap \M FAMILYLIQUORS t-yearold Ashland Whiskey, per gal .CM^4-year-old California Brandy, per gal. 11 llollundgats per galI.M 1-year-oldCullfornla Port Wine, per gal 4-year-oldCalifornia Sherry, per gal.. 1.01^4-year-old California Muscatel, per gall.BJ 4-year-old California Angelica, per gal l.Og 5-year-old California Claret, per gal.. BJ^g Hot Ilea Claret for l.BJ ButteCash Grocery Company Cor.Park * Wyoming Sts.. Butte. Mont. NorthMain Bt DR.W TODD, HWbW* EstablishedIn IBM for the honorable sad^aelentiflc treatment of all diseases sf the^Oenlto-Urlnary Organs. Skin and Bleed.^Syphilis and Venereal Diseases In every^form. Nervousness, weaknesses and In^^discretions ot young, middle-aged and see-^maturely old men and all private, chronle^and special diseases of men^Rupture. Stricture and Piles. BEEHIVE OurLarge Stock of Stationery INCLUDING BLANKBOOKS, BOX PAPER. PENCILS, WRITING PAPER TAB^^LETS, PENS. INK, ETC., Hasbeen reduced one-half in the past ninety day.-, hut we still hare^on hand a very desirable selection of office supplies that are selling withoutprofit. 500Dozen United States Flags Butthis Is not all. In the develop-^1 ment of eaasBBSTBS and responsive to the^demands of a natural law vve have lie.^| come a nation of producers and the^lultish. in addition to their offenses of^pr.irctiity and lingua'tty have BBBBBM^' purtvhasets of two-thirds of our surplus^products. This Is why every loyal elti-^| sen nf ihe Fnlt.il Stct.s should hate^low Ing at F.astport .iaine. if vve locale '^ (.real Britain and Ihe queen. Here Is^the e nter of the 1'inti I Slates. calcU- \ s t h lin of grlevam.s ami yet nam.-^latmg it as midway between, longitude phiK. British sumphs want to extend to Ttljpbtintm Sil^^ver Cew Ceal Co..^Cutu, Moataaa.^'^IS ^ 33 Wll^^Oiaatte VsrdJ-Upper .Main 5trret. Comprisingour stock on hand, will all be closed ou^week. Quantities of Paper h\l^will be closed out within the next week ooniug,\\ reaths, PlumJI Ladle*Apf^eeetate^A (and r*a^ttr. tad Bssn h not uytklat oi ^se^siarket that -i- a ^ rrearhT^s^T Tabltu for tks .UH.^reli-f sn.t .-urr ^^f painful or trr.ra'ar ssensee. (7of Eastuort and longitude ltd of At- Victoria the t ourtesy of having a n glf 4 Tke^* lakl'tareatnea allehttroetioss. so matter^-land, il will be found on the lJSth ne nt tls. 'C - i,a- n-. ^ :st. Haa , ^ ired by A. Ang.n.tre, degreeof longitude about J^0 miles Queen'' in t '-ntral park. We simply f Paris. Prase*, aad for aala oa|;^west of gan Francisco, In the Pacific cannot stand It. Perhaps after a cen-^ocean.^tury or two when the ties of blood be- NowIs the Time to Securt^.y^Decorations. BeeHive ad