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THEAN ACQS HA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1887.
TIEANACONDA STANDARD STANDARDPVBI.1SHING COM1 \NV^Publish*^ and Proprietor*.^Prlated Evsry TKy in th* Tear.^Entered at th* nontcfitce at Anaconda ai^second-clan* snail matter. CMMItHHatRates Payable tn Advance Postagefree for the United State*. Can^^ada, and Mexico. Elacwher*^pastas* added. Dailyand Sunday, one yearno ^* Dailyand 8unday. six montha. 6.00 Dallyand Sunday, three montha ^on Dallyand Sanday. one nion'hJ.a) Sunday,one raar .*^^ 2.00 ^ MalanOr^-Standard Building. Ana^^conda, leleiihsiiii Xu I Th*Standard haa branch nfflcea al^Butte. Mi'tcula and Great Fulls, where^advertising rates sill be furnished on ap^^plication. Allgeneral bitnlress, letters find ecirre-^aaoniencc should he addressed to THK^STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY.^Anaconda. Mont IO AIM KKTOKKs. TheAnnconda Standard eunnintees Its^advertiser* a bona Ode paid rlreulalton,^Dally and Sunday, three times greater^than that of any other urwnpaper pub^^lished in the state of Montana. Advrrtla-^las contract* wlii be made aubject to this^guarantee. SIO.OOIlKWAKD. Willhe paid for tb* arr*^! and conviction^^f any peraon caught stealing tlio Stand^^ard from nubnTlher* PLEASE REPORT IT. L ' Atltrain newi agents In Montana nr*^aaanlleil with MiMclent rople* of ^The^Aaaeaada Mamtarri*' tn meet ti,r fir.^ataad. If ton cannot get a ^^slundnrtl^^^an yesnr train, kindly report llie fnct,^^ending ananber of train and rnllranri, to^CIrenlatinE lirpari meal. ^The Auueontta^^Satiilaril,^ Anacanstln, Mom. TIKSDAY. JI'l.Y ^. 1W7. ItWent Well. INthla region it \.aa a CSsSbratsoa of^the Fourth that was u ilep.irtt'rc^from the traditions. Thci, n^as ISSi^Of cannonading ami of sky packi ts Ukl^more of the sort of diversion tri.it i:i^found In the reultn (if athlete: porta^Yesterday's hours arm crowded with^courains. bicycle lung-ilistanrc con-^leats. race* at the driving, park and^kindred events. Greatwas the rusli of people to Ann^^conda: the railroads wore tested In^bringing the multitudes a/kS chose this^City as the place where they CSSlS tlnd^^ holiday's enjoyment. The crowd that^met to witness the races was an aggre^^gation of hitman beings greater by^many hundreds than wan ever baalora^gathered at the park. The crowning^event of the day at the park wan the^winning of the Copper City handicap^by Senator I'.'and. The distinguished allvet It- -se mime the winner bears Sjaaaf,nan a senator within tie BtSSd^ard'a knowledge, yet the victory ^^n liy^hla namesake wan not ihe leas brilliant^and. in u silv er i mis;ituem y. ^n inde. nendeneeday. th^ re was . sia I ittness inthe outcome Withal, the Fourth^was gloriously celehruted. I * ^ More^Teallniony. THKInitial number of a unkly^market letter printed at Wall^street headquarters has rem hod^thin office. It Is a publication that pru-^fenaea to give a faithful iti count of af^^fair* in the financial and the industrial^world. It presume* to tell how the^pulae of the country in beating and how^to make money in the stock market. It^Is the successor Oaf the ptililii utlon for^^merly Issued by the monetary treat,^so the Introductory paragraph nays,^with the same editor that publication^had. He Is a broker. Last t u ho^wrote th^ silver-lies Sows haul, r than^anybody. II, Invented many new and^coarse epithets and Brad then vigor^^ously at the free-coinage people. The^goldliug organs declared thai li was^a bird at the business, they ,n t^ ^ 1^him and with praise. Theltrst issue or tliis weekly market^letter alms to pump confidence into its^readers It quotes men w ho. of course.^' ought to know men w ho arc prom-^Inent In the money world and wkose^Wish I* to make It appear that the free-^coinage agitation Isn't much of an af^^fair after all. Alexander K. ^^ir is oni^of the gentlemen thus quoted. He is^president of th* Mgw York chamber of^commerce, and therefore, u iiu.ii ^,t ac^^count, whose talk ka listened to. It ap^^pears that President (irr has just re^^turned from the West tin matk. t let^^ter does not say what pari of the W( ^t^he \ tailed The word brought back to^New York by President On is: I^found a market confidence m tip. near^approach of good times anion;; n^.^western people.'' Thla^glittering generality^ may be^dismissed with the remark that Mr.^Orr cannot lie a discerning tourist,^The marked confidence he mentions la^not a feature of the times in the Went.^Somebody has duped Mr. Ore. other^^wise, aa he looked upon the West from^hi* car window, his perverted financial^Vision caused him to see things u^Sonarn. However, a general assertion^like the one we have quoted, is com^^paratively harmliss It p. t verts the^truth, but it Ik the sort of thing the^, West Is used to. * ButPresident Orr ssid more. If the^market letter in question quotes him^correctly, he told his New York friend*:^Wat moat noticeable thing about this^free-ether sentiment i* that it exists^principally among w hat might Ik ^ ailed^tta* Idler* of the community. TheWest. Colorado is a part of It. i^Last year, in the rivalry between. M^ -^Klaley snd Bryan, Colorado cant more^votes by tens of thousand* than the^total vote of Connecticut. in ('dorado^tit* BaSSfcsVa ticket received thirteen^par cent of the vote. Idaho polled JS.OOU^*MOS Uat year-very nearly aa many^as were cast In Delaware. Brvan re^^ceived 71 par OSat of Idaho * vote, tact^November (jbs^jghaic of Washington polleda hundred thousand votes^not^many lea* than Maine* vote. The re- ptibliian*ha\ il...iys cherished the^stale of Washington a* on, ,,f their^sure strongholds. Hryan's majority in^Washington last yeai \va^ more than^l-'.iHsO. In 1^M. si the piesidentlal elec^^tion. Montana's vote was It,217 That^la largi r than Ihe llryan-M. Ivlnley^vote of llfio.li' l.-land. Hryau received^store than Ml par cent of Montana a^vote. There are states of the West.^Does Mr. Orr pre sum* to aay that sil^^ver sentiment Is these state* has^v ca k^Ted sin,, List Nov i-mbci ' That^proposition Is slmplj insane. A gisid^^at ^ Stags of the vote scored In some^of the states we hav named came from^^Vast) men uh,, wanted Is ha close to^the goldbug distributor* of feiliial pa^^tronage. Most o^ these men sre chew-^ing the cud of disaopi.intmenl to-day. Idlers!To say nothing of the other^hi item slates, how alsttit Montana^^Mr. ^^rr Spsaks for a coterie whose^mem hers gamble in stock*, a coterie^whose energies In a twelve-month^actually are not of mors account a* u^productive tone in the business world^than a horse race la As u productive^factor the stock exchange, which gave^its millions toward the defeat of llryan,^wa^ sf no mole rata* last year than^I* the pool box at a ^ mnlry trotting^match. How SDOUl Montana'.' What^Ssa it Is lust year.' With a population^that Is not fifty per cent of the popula^^tion of the city of I'.alllmore, this state^S.tv ^^ I^ tlie w oi l,I last ^iar nun1' I ban tr.'i.'ke.uoi^ la aetaal vaaltb; new Health whichwas the product of one year -^that Is the testimony of the MafSl^govei inn. iii'i figures,^aa always Montana^solid Bar free colnu'.'^^ductlve snei ulnt, i in^di rtakru to say that ThisInstant^Is an good as Yeta noii-'iio-^Wall .-tree! IIii-^in a slate which Isso prioeelv a producer of rsal wealth,^the oopuiar conviction In favor of nil -^v,i is ihe aaaSataaai of |SJgaa| Inthe thriving communities of th I^West, a Ids this Mr. dir. as the week^^ly mark, i Istttf anatsl tiint. ' where^the tm n are workers hihI where they^kaVS Sal uie, I w ha I pioperty and posi^^tion liny can lluoiigh Until own IiiIhii, vonwin iimi Hm Sssaaad far sflvsr smallIndeed.^ This astounding talk^BSMM cotiimiinillis win-re the propor^^tion of |*oplc who own their Iiomi s^huge. Is addressed bv a i Immher of rosajsaarcspi aidsnl to liatenen the virylarge inajorliy of vvlioni, life^^long incupantH of Hats and boarding^lioici s, actually don't ou n n brli-t: Anthe conclusion of the whole inhi-^t,r. tin srSSJSaaMl Of HM New York stHuaiavof ssssusssroa prodicti thm prospciityis about to deseeinl upon the^country. The West will not undeitake^to csllniale the value of hi.i prophis v .^but the West knows well that his tes^^timony lespeeting silver Mlltllllellt In theWest la malleiouslv false. IllLondon. TUBcomitiy will recover from the^cXellem, 111 taSSSaSs to the ee|e- kratlassf Iks Komtii in time to MStmaiteiitlvely to ihe news that^^ SSS s fiom London In relation to ln-^larnatntaaal OSSfSlSnRa matters. Hena-^tcr Wolcoii ami his associates are In^Knglaiul; th-y etpeei this week io^bring their rssjajaal for a BSSJafavSRSS IS^h formal discussion with the people In^tn,- iiiInl:'tiy at London whose word will^be official. Theword that rone hod this country^lart week was an nnniuini esasai In the^London Niitlon.il IJevlew to Ihe crTcct^that L'nglaml slunds ready to open the^Indian mints, t,, extend the use ,,r tH^^ver in Kngland by Increasing Its legal^tcnd.r tasWttSa; to pioi.iise Kngluiid's^'moral support^ In the effoi 1 to estab^^lish Inteinaiiotial biuici.illisiii. The^NstloasJ lb v Vw I* an ardent MWsilSIS^of HsWtS^MStS, Its uliioi is : upposed to beweii lafsarassS naa^setlas Iks inten^^tions of the llritlsli gov ei nun nt lii the^matter . f silver. Kormonths there hits been mi BStPSi^aboii; ihe wish of the government^London us to the opening Sf Ihe India^mints - that plan tlnd* favor. ThM M -^ti- n would hart n laaSaasi Is weaken^the argument of ilios, gftM SSSSfi that^thlx country, undo free coinage, would^become ihe dumping ground for the^world s silver. India must ink, masses^of It. At the same Unie. all that is^promised by the National Itcv.ew fails^a good di a] short of what is demanded^by those ^ho, styling themselves bl-^nastsftlsts. Insist (hat this , ounti v tan^not go It alone. Hitherto half-way^niiasur.s have fulled, the rutuiul talk^about Ki'glands uioni Mipport^ he-^longs in the list of measures answering^that description. Howev.r.all the Ii lends of free coin^^age, wishing Senator Wolcntt and Ins I-ItOS SrsS v. ill patiently await the resultsof his conference In London.^Just MS the most unhappy people In^this country are those throtigh-and-^through geldbugs who. like Mr. l'alm-^ct'i geld ^!^ m-^crate, nr. persuaded that^silver In r.n good anyhow, that it I* not^fit for money and that all the Interna^^tional conference* in the world cannot .^niak- it good There are nurti people^a few of them. They cannot i d rats^Mr. Wolcott or his nilraion. Tin y a.e^altogether out of Joint with things^abrofd us well as at heme in all that^concern* silv | r. ^ ^ I ^n^- nfassand Mxleen Years Ago. THKlatest isdltlcal controversy^Involving Thomas C. I'latt I* so^suggestive in a rem I nine, tit^way and so interesting in it* SSMOSOM^that the story it insken up Is worth j^telling To begin with, the reader rfiust^recall the exciting politic* of ISM. I'm^doubtedly. in the nntional SsMtlss Sf .iw oe Conkllng. tlnSSaas c i^iatt :^^ Now Ynrk'n two feqeral senators - j^carried the day for (lartlild without^the spb ndid asslatami- th'-y gave dur^^ing the critical month of tktolier In^that year. Oartjrld would have been de^^feated. The service thus render,d waa 1^the more noteworthy fn^aus-. the na-^tict^l repui'l, whichConkllng had been ihe brilliant^champion of Orant for a thud term, left^many ugly wounds. Afew days after his inauguration^I t,-i,hut Hatfield slaiil d the pohiual^world by removing from the moHt in.^portant federal office in the state of^New Ymk a friend of Conkllng and^nominating for the pl.uo a republican^who was prominent in the faction that^had lo.n lighting Conkllng. What fol-^IohuI need not be le. iied here. the Up^^shot was that Senator Conkllng and^Senator Piatt resigned their Bests. The^office in question was the collsctSfSMt^of the |h^rt of New York. WhenPresident McKinley's adminis^^tration was a lev week* old. the ques^^tion of this **me oolleetorshlp mbm^up. Mr. I'latt is senator, he had a can^^didate for the office New limes have^brought BBW men into prominence as^the enemies of Mr. Plait In New Yoili^jiolltles. but the up position in there, ua^di monilratlve as II ever was and aa^formidable strong. ^ perhaps, than it^used to be. as troublesome and as hard^to master. Theanll-IMalt nun of 1*97 pose a*^^original Mi-Kinlcv men;^ they earned^that designation last yent. The anti-^Plat t men of IsM win not original liar-^fteld tin ii. Then waa but one origlnul^Cuboid man he vvus the Peiiusylva-^nian who. during successive ballots, in^the national convention of ISaii. i ast^the only vole dull. Id re, iv,d; tiar-^II, Id was a presidential accident Thus ,the antl-Platls of IS'b had a prestige^which those of last did nut enjoy. And^^the antl-Platls of HOT had their candi^^date for ihe New York BsSJactanMp^Mr. Piatt's choice was ^ o utgo It Hld-^anfjlj ih opposition was for Hubert c.^N 11 : lii. w ith Cetittal New York s popu^^lar congressman. Janus Sin iman.^as a reserve. Shciman lives In I Ilea,^Oonkling's lifelong home Sherman Is^not known aa an unti-l'latt man. HI*^cnndlilacy vvua laSiMMsl by all but^thne oi the rciuibllcan OSSaaTSSaSaSS 'from the slate sf New York. The no^^tion entertained by the untl-tnuchln-^ists, n,-culled, was that Senator Piatt^w ould acci |it Sherman us n sort of com-^pri uiiKc. Piatt wouldn't do't. Tin-anll-I'lutt elements i airu d their^case to the w hite house They were n -^nlviil by i'lesldint Mckinley last^Tuesday. Il was a cold Say for them^in Washington. They told Ihe presl-^deiu about the inuchlm s i orrupl ineth- 'od^. The New York Join nal sayn that^tin DSaafsrSaoS ran this way: 'Wetold the president of the corrupt^mi ihods ^ m| loved by the Machine,^ said^Mi RoMssSS after the Interview 1 anil he Iknows his MsaSi are lighting the orgiinl- .nation. rie-ib iegallou remiilncil wpli Ihe presl- iSsal nearly hair an hour. Qsastal Mc^^cook told the iiresidcat Hie object of lli' lr^nilsaion Weare here In the Intcron of Mr.^Wright for collector,^ he said, and to^srotesi against the sssstjafjasal of Mi. 1liidwoll. it then spoke or Mr Wright 'a^i|iiiilltleatioiiH. ' lb- |i nasstsssj S| -ill your^In, lid-. Mr. I'reslib-nl,'' continued i b cm ,| '*|lCosh. The BTnSlSsSl listened attentive^^ly naally ha said: Mr.thai Stall has the supporl of Ihe leg-^iilar organization and Senator i'latt.^husn't he^ ' The visitors iidinlttcd II. Now.what objection have you to^him'.^' II, has done nothing for tin- sarty,^^naM Mr Itrooklteld. ^and has no claim to^the appointment Hs I^ inaHsted Sitk the^machine In New York, which nil your^friends an- fighting The president hesitate.; a moment. ^Hut^gentlemen. ' he continued, '-von must re^^member Senator I'latt ban l^-en sent hen-^a.--, almost the unanimous choice of the rc-^paMleaaa of New York, lie is I heir direct^IspSSSSataUVS her,-. in^l I must reeognlie^him. The fact l^ thut I have given him^bis then almost any other republic.in^nenator. 'turningto Mr. Itrooktleld. the pftsSafaal^I lieu u ten,,I to the diplomatic appoint-^ments he had made ^You will aw.^ he^said. ^I have made most of my personal^appointments from New York. ColonelCrsSJSf and Mr. nWSSSaSnV ile-^splte the positive ileelaration of Hie pres^^ident, win! Into details about the corrupt^method- of the i, public,in machine at^Ihe primaries. The pitsiih m was not In-^Isrsstsd. lie ISlhaalsd plainly thut 1!^aaaj la-yond his province lo oiiini siicli^ev il- in iniinlilp.il affairs. A f lerw ,i i ds, rs^^iiuiiliu: Is Ho- miller if Nt a Vol k ;,u-^IKilmmcitts, Mr Koblnsoii said: Youhave givea ili^ org.iniaa'ion LhS^liosniastershlp. Ves.but there was no aSSSMltlSC lo Mr. \'.uicott.^ repiievi tin- srssMcai IIII rtaalis true.^ nsallssnf Mr. Robinson^^VYe SM SOl ptfSSS any cavSaaSSSt* aveeauaa^! aaalad Iha tastlsetsrskip anal tka sfSss^; of surve.vor of ihe sari Of all th, SSSSSS^those two ale llle ones that ought to go^to your friends. They will help us more^tlnSS any others, MrWright then ioltn ,1 in the ,Olivers.i.^lion, saving his friends would be satis-^tied with utmost any one except Hblwcli. Althe upshot of It all. the President^told the visitors that he could have^nothing to do with Hie bickering* in^New York; they discovert ,| during the^, oufercttee that praiTioally all of the^New York federal appointment* are to^go to Plait's favorites. They left the^white house chagrined and vexed^Churaeii rlstlc of their manner and^no limits was the talk of Henry C. Itcb-^insoii, one of their number, who said;^The only thing left for ua to do la to^. icpudi.itf the parly ul the polla. It^Ml talc time but we can break tlnm^up In Ihe ind. Alter they lose a few^congressmen and pnasihly a I'nited^Statis senator, the president ni.iv ,.^gard the situation In a different^light. tinthis sort Sf talk Mr. Tlalt seems^to thrive. Ills republican rivals have^been righting him all these years his^prl! ' Is stringer than ever. That^whkh tlarflehl refustd to do for one of^the men who actually saved him Mi -^Ivlnley docs for the name man. al- ,^though. In truth. Mr. McKlnley Is |^not at all Indebted lo him. But. tiv n. j^Cat-field, during all his political career, i^n viiwas a man on whose loyalty aiiv^of those who helped him could couni^The anti-Platt Interview with Presi^^dent McKlnley occurred last Tuesday ;^sixteen years ago last Krlday ^ la r fie Id^waa shot. Philadelphial,,t.^From tint Brooklvn Kaglr. riretChicken ithoughtfitllyi-l tnomler^what people tn. an when they nay a chick^^en l^ Philadelphia fedT SecondChicken-i suppose it is meant^that they are made to eat Ihoir food^siowl). J /Notesof the Day. Atest of horse lean carriages In '^vitsnd^I reault.d In a decision that none ol ihoee^exhibited were entitled lo u prll.^A young gtil has been made craly by^' Ihe sudden appearance of a search light Is^her bedroom cast by a nasslo* nteaSasa^. on I he 11 udson. I Americana ovtrn a match fuel hi ^ at |Osaka. Japan, wheremen - ]women are employed. Ijaat year l.Pai.,^^.li^0 boxesOf 111.i !,\' !, I i ,I IThe eastern oysters lh.il w.-ie plu 'e.l^upon the t 'r, gnu ,-oast an SSfSsftSS la a*^doing well and the anno naaantl com, I^from thosi pbniti-d In S.m PraaSnSSS say.^I Secretary Linden of the loologb al sta-^^ Hon al NafaV i .is Invented a boat with^steel tins, which i* propelled BsMy by lie^motion of ih, .-.a water. It goes best i.i ranaSweather. I'here is ,i nroiaiblllty that the gov- staa*sslwin ^ hangc ika Dossr or letter :liox, * rrom red to silvery, A new lavlnl^' out.lining aluminum is sai l to be more^dura Id, tl .ui the red.^Asphalt i ivematits and rubber lire* on Iwheel* and i libber shoes as harass are^Mas ^ol v oca led In New Yt.rK as a relief^from Iks din of grnnlte streets and Hi^^lling wheels and clattering ho- :- Thelargble* of th, old railway auaiieiislunbudge at Niagara fall.-, are^being taken down strand by strand, the^wire in cut Into SO foot laSUfthS and ship^^ped to Hamilton. ^ tit., ihe rlaaaaSsa Iron^works having Sarchaaed It for making^liuihc fileTexas late legislative, which haa Jllst COIIelllil. .1 tin s. -Sll. -. eliaeteil ,| MrtaaajsaiIan against lynch-i*. saf aakei^ail ivartietsanta in a s*sb which kSMeU deathU|H^n any person, ter any reason^Whatassr, guilty of munbr in the lirst^degree. ina new device io naarpss kalvas of mowingmachines wit hunt u-movliig them^trom the eutterbar an SBSaTf wheel is^Sttaefcsd to a real ,,t ihe basfe of the bur^lo slide along to the different teeth In^turn, power being applied by belt or gear^on I lie axle oi the machine. ChlkshUSithat old Mexle.n eity render^^ed BWSSSreM* by tin- f tsssaai march SCtSsi^Me |,l.ilns of nWalahas's u-glmcnt mon^^th.in .'i^^ year* ug,,. gas Dsa*asate4 as in^^dustrial lolil-ge building .11 .1 cost ot fat).-^mm ami will eoinineiu, tie- construction^id al, SatfSlI I ewer esttmulcd at a u.:l of^^;^^ Tinre an more Kngllnh-speuking people^in the I'nited Utate* than In all ih, rest^of the world combined, ih, latest figure*^being ,* follows: I lilted Stu'.es, , :,l^l.ei^i.^USited Kingdom. nMMLMS; Canada. i.Mai,- uai:S SSI IS Ma saM Nt w ti.ii.nai. kttsVJM;^In Asia. Alriea and SnfawhSTS, ^.'jcu.uuu- lOtal,ll'N.i.K'.KNi. Accordingtu the postofflee department^csiiinatc* tills country will use next year^of ordinary stamps :i,441.Iti7.Otm. of news- |.ii|-ermid peiiodlcal staiiip.. ii, liij eim I oipost it;, -de, si,imp .'I IKS ^^^^ i M i he^ordinary stumps 2.5t*^.iaai.iHN, are of the 2-^ssal Senomlnatlon and .Vik.iiumj are of the^10-cenl s|Mi'iiil delivery. Thei-ommlssionera of trie Yosemlte val^^ley teseivatloli have SacfSSf that ibere^shall hi no more itceclng of tourist* by^the hotel keepers who have set up there.^Forage will b^ furnished free ami tint^high, si rate io be chargvd lor guests la^Used al }:: a day. It Is supposed that this^will anally increase the number or tour^^ists. Theelectric third rail h i ^ prov ed so^MTOSSSfSa on the .New V ork. New HavSB^^ Hartford railroad sstvasa liarlfortl^and New Btttakn, that II is lo kg extended^at once to iwo oilier annsfStllMaiSg^towns, flie pa-senger iralHc on the hall-^hourly trains has been larger than wa*^anticipated. II is proposed lo lull freight^iiains soon by ihls system. Themovemeiil ay ilnst Iks indiscrimi^^nate killing of birds haa taken practical^shape In the statVS of Massachusetts. Tb*^legislature bus paused and i lover nor^Woodfortl has nlgncd a hill Imposing a se^^vere iMMialty upon any person in whole^possesion is found Hie skin* or feather*^ol birds, the ih .miction of which I- pro^^hibited by Ihe laws ,n tile state. Thesteamship Augusta %'lctorla of the^Hamburg-Ann riean lute ha* been length^^ened about SO feet by the Insertion of a^new section nmbl.-hip. Her mast* have^In en festSSaSS and her funnel* place I^farther apart. Her horse-power ha* also^been met eased by about I..Vie. which it Is^expeeleil will enable her lo make :tt knots^all hour. Instead of IX. as heretofore. AMassai huselts man recently tried lo^get a divorce from his wife la . ails- she^called him ^a fool.^ ^all Idiot^ and ^a^brute.^ an,! told him he ^hadn't tense^enough to know when he was insulted.^^The i ourt held, BO*/*VST, thai, though^Hie husband was affected Injuriously In^hi* health lo some exten*. ihe wife was^nee. , .t in part ^by wis*! MSaSSf to her^good motives and by a desire for hla suc^^cess In life. Hpc,illation Is rife in Kurope a* to the^cause of the astounding |hicoinage of^: uliiih* Saasni the BasdncaJ profession In^Raessa In IhS MSaSDSVat* cmidn- the rate^of suicide for nrilalnary mortals I* .it) in tin-minion, nut th, rat* fsrdoctor* i* no lessthan Kill In the million, according to recentuffici.ti retsara*. This i* ail tin- njnar* amutter lot- ixrru em. u* Kusstl suffers^more than gay S4keff nation In l-.tnope^rrom a scarcity of medical nun. Whena circus parade was passing Sixth^and Market street* in Wilmington H, I .^a leer days ago. an elephant swung his^Hunk sulking Mrs \\ . A. Sparks In the^face and knocking lo t down. Mrs. Sparks^threatened to bring suit against the circus^manager but compromised (he mailer on^tin basil of |M for her Injuries. \ ,, ra^^ault of the elephant .- trunk striking h*f^fan- ihe sight of Mrs. Sparks' rlghi ryt^ha* been badly SJS*S|I ll and she n.a | lo*,-^It. Inu recent divorce *ult in Knslantl the^Judge and jur*- aacSBtaf as true Hi, .tat,^no in that the wife had been uneiii-n- 1-, -^i,i main.iv. Tan lawnrt. however, re-^fused to annul the SkarrksSS, saying that In-^could ue.;. i tan,I th, broad , nut thatunehastliy la-bue mcrrl.ig, should^vitiate the contract, as It did In some of^the Ami 11, in h, on the ground that^a matt believed he v.a making a pure wo^^man bis wife, hut tins waa u'.-uie.lly not^the law of Knglanil. i-tnl unless Ihcre wan^to la. one law for the mini and another^for the woman. It w i, ImiKisnihle to sup.^pone It ever could be. Bicyclefever has so iafSa ted one cf the^hospital* In New Yoik ih.it numls-i* cl^the stuff have been making their tounda^In knli k, rlss ki ts and the superintendent^wan only pvrsuaded io tvlthdraw a ukase^forbidding such apparel in lbs atird* by^tlie dlacovery that aavsfal promua .t phy^^sicians w ho v lulled and hav e charae of^various department- of ihe Institution^ware as culpable In the matter as their^juniors. The superintendent hated to buck^down, but he concluded that there weie^oi cantons w hen circumstances altered^tases. ever, in matters of that din Inline^hi the enforcement of which he dote*.^^ ^ ^^Vlas'n ami I'.rynn.^Prsaa th* Wn^hli ^:ton Pont. Theyare t.lllns this story of Senator^Mason: When Ihe aenator v^ as ill. Juat^before coming to Washington, Ihe doc^^tor prescribed only the lightest of read^^ing. Senator Mason immedlati ly ^ent^lor a copy of Mr. Hry*n ^ new hook. *a^^irarking that It wan the lightest liiera-^ture that he knew anything about.^When Mr. Hryan waa here recently he^and Senator Mason came face to face^for the fitat time since the campaign. Senator,don't you think you were a :'itlchard on me lo refer to my book aa^light literature^^ aaked Mr. Bryan. No,sir!^ replied the senator emphat^^ically, and added, ^the people rrave the^aatne verdict In the laat campaign. Well, t.-turned Mr. Bryan, a little'^warmly, ^rememlsT that Bull Run waa^followed by an Appomattox! Now.see here, returned the senator, j^half conlldcntially. ^that Isn't a good^comparison, for you want to remember j^that the fellows who led at Hull Kun^SsSa'l even get an Inv itatlon to partici^^pate at Appomattox. ' CurrentHumor. Haveyou made any advance In your j^hualne**^^ asked the young lawyer * i^11 lend. j Y*^,^wa* the reply, ' two of them. i'llenta^ Ns,my clerks. They ^ald they needed i^money, *o I advanced them 110 each.^^^Washington Post. Ihliny tat the burlesque)^How do you^ilk,- the chorus '^Freddy^One at a time.^Town Topic*. KatieMamma I'xe found de place ware^dey make horses^Mamma- Indeed' KatieYen, mamma. I seed a man in a !^-hop an' he was Just tlnishln' one an' [^was nallln' on I.is foot ^New York Bun-^ga] World. Shay,m' duel frlcn ' ' aald l.ushington^I after vainly fumbling with hi* latchkey I^I fur . minutes. Well.^returneil the passerby. Haveyou (Me) got such a ahlug us a I^spare key thiol hole about you^^^Judge Itrliigme.^ said Ihe gentleman with^| the t'lan-na-liael countenance, a* he j^i pointed to the lobsters In the show win-^, duw. ^bring me wan av i nun informers.^^^Why do you call them informers,^Cn*ey'.'^ asked hi* comnalOll. II,dad they wear th' green to begin 1^' wid and ytit on the red coat as soon a* .^! I bay get Into hot wathrr.^-Omaha Woild- lletalil Nosir.^ said the half-shot orator, I^^when I was young we had no microbes, I^I we had no germ*, we had no anti-toxlna- tern. Well,there's one sort of Insect 1 11 bet |^you've always had,^ said Ihe smiling bar- i titub r. WntInscck i* that, my friend^^ In^^quired the orator.^^'Snake*.'' said Ihe bartender-Cleveland J^j Plain DsaJsVi Ido my bent not to be envious.^ aaid^tin nervous man. ^but sometlmt s 1 c in t^h. Ip it. Why.you never manifest much covet- |^ousueas.^ I^No. I ilon t covet, but whenever the |^Fourth of July ccrrcs- around 1 can't sec 1^a SSbl and dumb man without being Jeal-^SOS,^^Washington Star. ' H-- fhere's a slorm brewing. ban^What's that^ A otorm brewing lieThai's what 1 said and that * ex^^actly what I* going on. She-Wellthen all I've got to say Is that^If nature has gone Into the brewing busi^^ness the Baas* of prohibition la surely^done for.-Boston Courier. l.ushford-I ought to have hit thut freah^young Wilson till* morning, but 1 dldn t.^lie told me my nose was a peach. Watts^of course you ought to have lilt^him. Anybody can see that your nose^looks Jt:-l like a tomato.^Indianapolis^Journal. Itmust lie very easy to win a bicycle^race Whatmake* you think so^^^Why. the winner* always win hand*^down.^ ^ New York Sun. What* the matter. Jack^^ asked Ills^uncle. ^You look bothered. Iam,^ said Jack. ^This loose phrase-^ology 1* too much for mo. Ma told me to^stop In Mrs. Perkins' as I went by and^have this letter. Now. If I go by I cun t^slop oi. and if I Stab In. why. don't you^^as, I can t really go by ^^^Harper * Ba^^ser. Whywere you so anxious for Teeters^to take a imnun policy In the Cadaver^Life Insurance company^ I have a grudge against the president^of the company and 1 know that Tetters^will work himself to death to pay the^premiums.^^Louisville Courier-Journal. ThebbV stood on tin burning deck Tillall but him had lied.^Antl thm he put the lire out. Andwent and cruised ahead. Andwhen he'd hail enough of HTut Hesailed Into Ihe alb-^Am) got a thousand dollars down^As salvage on the ship. -Harpers Bazar.^^.i ^ ^ EsteemedContemporaries. Itla not time for Yale to say much; It Is^time for her to ^root.^-New Haven Beg-^later. Weare not unfriendly to Japan, but the^radut Hon of her egotism will do her good.^-Hall) Satatoalan. Republicannewspapers In Pennsylvania^agic. thai tin present legislature of that^slat, Is the wornt that ha* ever been^known.-New York Po^t. Whilewe shall probably never attempt^to rival the bailing naval powers, we have^established the fact that we are aide to^build warships equal to any In the world^^Omaha Bee. Withthe bctklng that Mr. Sherman has^It will be iliffbiili for Mr. Piatt to make^the president believe thai the nomination^Of Hhlwcll I- i ll Iter lit or necessary.^Utl-^ca Obaerver. Theonly state* where a really good^corrupt practices act In In effect are Call-^fo'iila and Missouri, and even there they^are not mlrquatcly enforced^Seattle^Pet | -Intelligencer. Piatt'splatter la ever extended. Of all^il,, aaaaatsra, hs I* aald to 1^ the most^nerssstsal visitor at the White houre to^ank favor* of the man he so coarsely ma^^lls in d about a year ago.^Troy Press. Atrolley car conductor has Just tbeen)^gt.iiluuted from the Yale law achtvol. All^honor io him for difficulties ovirenme.^The only thing that Boston haa lo put^over ..galii-t tilts l^ the street ear man^who wus a star member of the Harvard^Dante society.-Kvenlnj Bun *i oroner's Jurv In South Carolina last^areeb ditlSsi that it k ^ -justifiable homl-^, i^li to shoot a negro in the back and^kill him while running away to escape ar^^rest for a breach oi labor contract. That^I* what It n^ed to be in the old day* down^there ^ Sprlngtleld I'nlon. M.J. CONNELL CO. HUTTK.MONTANA. MagnificentOpportunities Thisstore will be closed Monday, July 6th. Tuesday morn-^inff every department in this great store will offer unparalleled^bargain chances to thrifty buyers. Anidsummer= TwentyPer Cent Discount^Sale of MuslinUnderwear ONE-FIFTHOFF THEBIG sensation OFTHE WEEK ONE-FIFTHOFF Surpassingin Interest Every Previous Offering. 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