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THE ANACONDA STANDARD; SATUHDAV mornin^ JULY 10.
ButteNews.^^KEIT BF FACTS CountyCommisnionerH Against^the County Treasurer. PROCEEDINGSIN COURT MattersSat For Hasting- Before Judga^Undsay To-Day Bulla Startad^Against Soma People^Yeetarday. Inthe raso of the county commission -^^r^ against Cou-.ty Traaaurer Hinds an^agreed statement of farts ^w filed In^court yesterday. The statement re^^cites that the rasm! entered Into a con^^tract with Marhley iv Armstrong for^the purpose of locating and assessing^property In the mum: v, hie I, gad el^caped taxation. Tha contractors made^^ad rompteted a list of sin u prnparty^amounting In all to 4SS4.SSS and for^^Mtk they were to receive 1.' mllti on thedollar of |||| taxes collii toil. The^list was delivered to ihe aaaaaaar, who^inado an assessment roll an,I In, ladfd^the same in tha rrrarn* at his ndabs.^The agreed siaiemeni admit'* thai the^assessor Tailed I- six ^ ail) nolo, laths^persons purporting lo In- ihe owners of theproperty, and tlmIsm..ti.is didnot sit as a board of ssjoalisatlon:^.the count^ eicrk did not gi\, gtatloa ^)^^tter to the paraona assessed, and tha^assess.,1 dM noi i. nil: tu Ihi .1 a m^ment roll but the county clerk. John^^son, certlliod to the i -iriTi iin ss of the^roll several days after ihe expiration^of his term of office. Tin roll! Srsrs de^llvered In both Treasurer* Hill and^Hinds, and In turn sen! hack by each,^aa they refused to collect the taxes on^the property for the reason alleged In^the statennt.t the law liaitni; not been^complied with In making the assess^mrnt Anamended eomnlalnl In the cms of^; W. A.. Clark ami mhos asainsi J. c.^' Leea was tm-d ytsti rclaj. The plalntlfTs^.pur to recover inisse-ssion of some prop^^erty In the southwestern part oi lown^and for $.::'.f^ as rental value utid JliK)^damages. Elllngwood* Res nor yesterday^brought suit attains! Ceorge rhe-ascy^and VV. K. Clowes for JIL'.^. laing the^^mount of a Judjmenl and o.q., ,,|,. talned by them In a .liislleurl gainstone Richard Klnoal. Tin la I^ter took an aiwical to the district ooarl ,andPheasy and Clowes were Ids bonds^^men and are now held for tha taaounl^of the Judgment, the appeal having^been dlsmlaaed. SheriffReagan yesterday sold under^an execution In the case of the Silver^Row National hank against II. Stras-^hurger a lot of furniture attached. The^property was hid In by Dave tssldasrs,^for I4.^00. The Judgment and costs^amounted to M,UM4. Adefault was entered yesterday In^the divorce ease of John U. Teosleli^against Mary Tepalch. Thefollowing matters are set 'or^hearing before Judge filndaaT to-day.^at 10 o'clock a. m.: State ex re' C vv.^Lane vs. P. H. Itegnn. sheriff, order to^show cause: Kd Hlcki y et al. vs Will^^iam L. Hill, argurrent and agreed^statement of 'acts, .lames a Murray^va. Rutte A Huston Mining Co. et al..^motion to ami nd decree: the stale of^Montana vs. Jack Rivers, pica. 'At '1^o'clock p 111 : \V. A. Clark ^ Hro. va,^William II. Young et al., demurrer of^\V. It, and C. J. Young: B. L Mayo ys^O. A. McDonald, motion for new trial:^state ex rel. D. J. Charles at al. vs.^Thomas R. Hinds, order lo show cause;^Marlon Smith vs. Inter Mountain Pub^^lishing Co . motion to strike: Chauticey^Hanson vs. L). I). Mdiregor. motion to^atrtkr; John Yank \s T .1 Hordeaux,^motion for new trial. Dennis Drtscoll^vs. John F Cowan et al^ demurrer; H.^Barliour vs. A. J. Davis, motion to sub-^si Hut,^ J. t^. Brown as defendant; II^Barbour VS, A. J Davis, motion to sub^^stitute j. s. Brown as defendant; i^ ti^^nts Driscnll \s ThcmiHs Crclgnton, mo^^tion for new trial; estate of UrSjOS Iv^Oaylord. ili'ieasisl ainendment to oetl-^tlon: estate of Cella K. Wilson, minor,^petition for letters. Securea portfolio to-day of the^Corbett-FUxsimmons light. ^The Fight^of tha Century. I2S.75.think of It. for an elegant, high^arm machine, new. light wood ilnlsh,^^t Sherman's, 1:'.^. K. Park street. Wrttato S. 0, Phillips, state agent.^Boxeman. Mont., about the merits of^the Bllrkensderfer typewriter. Price^t3f^.00. Fully guaranteed. FhaferBros* stage for Silver Star.^Iron Rod. Twin Bridges and Sheridan,^leaves Southern hotel, Butte, at 7:45^Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday^.morning, arriving at Sheridan at 4 TheB.. A. * P. race train leaving^Butte daily at 1 (si p. m. will land pas^^sengers at rare track gate. Anaconda.^In fifty minutes. Fare for round trip^Hot. MAN'SINHUMANITY TO WOMAN. Mrs.ColUaa Bsesvsrtag Ir.m the User^Lodge ricale. MrsJ W. Collins, who was so badlv^tnjaied at the picnic at Deer l^alge last^Monday. Is recovering raoidly from the^shock, but is still unde r a doctor's care.^Witnesses to the accident sa:' ^t was^caused by a brutal gang or drunken^men. Mrs. Collins started to net on a^car on the early train returning to^Butte when a gang of men rushed tot^the same car and crowded over her like^^ band of wild caul... throwing hi^violently between the tws^roaches her^face striking on ,11c Un luiuim . AwardedHighest Honors W orld s Fair. DH +CREAM BAKIN6 mm I MOST PERFECT MADE. Apur* Craps Cmm of Tartu Powder. Free andcutting a frightful gash under her^chin. Dnens of men witnessed the ac^^cident, but for some time no one o'-^fered to assist h^ 1 She was left lying^where she had fallen almost insensible^sad unable to extricate Herself Final^ly some yoang man c ame to her asslst-^ance ami helped he 1 mice the car where,^with the blood siMaining from hit fare^and almoal fainting e^lth pain. she. |,. II. ,1 10 i, n 1 ^ -landing neai i\ all theway lo Butteme offering her a I sealor assistanc e scic.l.eet.leu I'ntilfurther not ic e. the Montana^I'nlcin will sell exc union tickets to^(Iregson Springs and lelurn. good going^on trains leaving lluite tart we, n 1 p. ni^Sal 111.lay and !. p ni Sunday, ami rr-^turning on last train leaving (iregson^Sunday night, at II 00. s.iore a portfolio to-day of the j^1'.,i la tt Kllxslmine.ns fight. ^The Fight ofthe Century.'' Secore a portfolio to-day of the 1^c.il.i u ntisinimons right. ^Thu Fight ofthe Century. JEFFtRSON COUNTY COURT Hettler,U lice w e. slunk l.\ All taigille,^I'ro\ei'il t^^ He a s iiilllftllltHlllal. Spe.ial 1 iiriespondeiif The Hlatnlaril lloulder July ^^. Hi. iigular July term | ofthe dlstrlc-l court 111cl here Mcenelay. ! the.Mil. Willi Jo.In. Parker presiding.^The ImuicIs at c ounty . ommlssloners were^approved. The rillowlng .uses w.-re dis^^missed for want or prosecution: Moulder^\ ..II. v llll, h Mil,11,11 * MilllliK 1 ., 1 a^T F Mcill.ie .1 I i.i iii. Imiii St -ll Vs. ; I,Haaxasi et al O. T H. Allen ra (iold^rjajal Mlnlni Co liennls litis, oil vs. |^Bpstt ^ il , SI.11. MiiiIiik Co a. M. rlatterllat.lv ... c-,, v Josephine Mia^^mi Co.. laiuts Zlekler vs. John Tnnlson^1 'harles 1 'lark vs A c ^ I tot kin etc .el^etwee ..isesi. Hasln Mining at Conei-n- .^IratlUK t'o. VS. James tllass et al : Al- 1^licit i; He lunslse vs. Ossfge a Monl- , Irj it. at.; Msntara Tswaslls ^'o. VS,II H. Ashlev et. al Mull Marsh vs. ' lesssplrtsaHens* . QnRmtMercantile L*s i.^ It C, Mur-^tou. set for Tuesday, July l::. Hunk of itoiiMcr\s. 11. a. Nttvea, detaall of is 1 rend.lilt. A N. Rleharib e-.llcel.e Mill tugc^.. cic-r.cuii or dsxVndants; Oaffsay^Msfosatas Cav vs. Jauasat itonui.r. suit^on sssajaat, 4krtsall st safasaaMH and^iiieinnu in tin piaHttMl i.u tM.41 sad costs, j^\v a, ^inrrui ^ .1 ai. \s ivn. ja. ciiisuii^suit ror aasaaalati or BNalag shtan in j Am.iXOtldistrict, ease' set reir Jlile 1:^St.ii. is. Willi.-r Minnie .1 raw Where^defendant b c liargeel with caltM steal- hajIn ithern part or the county. hearW hite hall; Mum'.v was hound nvcr^Itoru ., msllic asartj eeii In nix atraiKhcil h*.pleaded not utility I the ease was setfor Thursday. July 1^.. Si.ile\s. Prank Austin defendant was^c harged nltli nil: appropri.ulna two or^three, dollars worth of groceries while^working In llasla. and was houiul over^liiuii lust lee . ourt. The county attorney^tiled a motion asking that Ihe ease be^dismissed anil derendant was discharged. KST. Heat lie et. al. vs. P. A II. Flank- j^III): plaintiffs given until July :'l 10 ans^^wer cross comnlalnl of tin Rlsdoa Iron .^wi rks LC 'Irenl et. al. vs. Henry U Slier. I^leek. sheriff, un motion or derendant [^(lodfri y Huab.'s W m. K l.loyd. A. C.^Ke nnedy. David Carli-y Itlsdou Iron ^V I^Locomotive works are niade co-defend- j^ants. Statevs Henry Reer. charged with as- j^satill on Henry KUIIan In a sonlroversy^over Irrigating ditch, plead not guilty^and c ase se t for FrlclM^. July Is. St.iteVs. Henry Rogers and Thomas^Darrlsjas ^afssasMti .en charged with^xaaassi kt rhf itrst aaiisas, having at^^tacked an rnainisar on the Ureal North.^i rn ami 1111 him unit, badly. I hey plead^not guilty anil Ihe case was let tor BatUf^day. July IT I.,c. Trent al al. vs. Henry L Slur-^lock. shMhT; Martla Barkis) Jsha for^esler. \V. S. Murphy ami Tims. Mangan j^made co-.lcreailani s a.m. Holier Hard wan os. vs. itcci^msaatshi Mining Co H. at, saaatMrar I e'.crrulc.l Owaalllllogly vs. Joseph Ralsleaii. or-] ehred Iraaaferred is Bread aster county onpiivnicni eel rif t^.M; il not paid by AiCgaatH ..is. win ks saasssaasd. AnnieI Ion,1 hoo v - S. S. Street it. al.;^ssi lor trial Saiiirday. July 1:1. Q.W, Paash.li vs. u.ivi.1 Daaxett; sail^on ace ciunt. aafaall sf defaadant; Judg-^me ni icer adalntal tor IMsVU aad rs 1 tl.w. Csaaieh ^s s^, a fjarmtli suit^as smsasti isfaall at sefaadaal; .lueig- metitror pliilntin for $.;'.J.:e, and costs. J. II. Ne Non Kt III. is. teeorxi' It,. i detaallof sefaadaal: an showing or t plalnunh 11-1011 rcn.hi.,I that they were^ratHlsd to IS4 tin In s or water rrnm lloul^^der rlvir ror Irrigating, as against claims ..1,i. maaaai mTaarsds) Lauai Msttlef was ixim-^msd cs 10 in,, atsatv, Ms has Nvad in 1 Jcin rson county a uumls r or years In^Hie VsSaaX) or Klk Park Last tall be !^was walking along the railroad track and^was struck h^ .111 engine., was rendereeil^unconscious ami was taken to a hospi^^tal In Hutte. The railroad compau^ I^claimed It was not responsible for the '^Occurrence, but took him In a hospital 111Hassan f^^ Irsatmeat at their isvsast IleIs ^Te years old and wltlioiit means and^when ivartlally recovered tin iiinilwiny^innc luileel lie li. lonu.il In thai SSaSt| ciiei^se nt him to Moulder .1 ml he was taken^to Uie couiit.v naspltal. the e xamination^into bis mental conelltion dc vcluprd the^fact that La was a soniiiamliultst. The^physicians culled as a Jury lo examine^the case after delllicration concluded that^In was Insane and so found. The Judge^Inswever. concluded on 11 later examina^^tion of the case that the Hinting was not^suftVtchi to warrant semllng him to the^asylum, therefore overruled tin action of^ihe examiners and the patient was re^^turned to the. county farm. The exam^^ining physic Inns summoned were llrs^laighlon and Vawtcr an,I they were cit^^ed to la* In court at o doe k. Or. I.elgh-^l.-n w is about l.^i minutes late hv 1 he^court house clock and was lined ||ii for^contempt. ItS4SXaarhaJ laal a trial Jury was re-^cpilred lor th^ term the billowing names^were drawn and the turtles su*nmneicd^lo appear to Hi t In that capacity 1 ues-^d iy. Jagg tti at 'e o'c lock a. in. A. Clunle. tsrhhart;a Msssassd ami s Hioiui, 11. Klkhorn;Kellx Sanders. J J White,^^'has S.ictcird P a l.l-eo. II llll. v^Tbos Hordon unci Jacob Ten ^ of W'lck. s^ItHvid Rehlll anil l.ouis Home. Hasln. K.^Reddln. Claney. Wm. I nullum John^VVclvrrton. W N. Havldson K M Mi-^Mat and It Rider of Whitehall Louis^Li-cue and I'. ||. I.uddy. Jefferson A II.^Poster. Wm. TrlpMt. S. H Knowles,^I'.ter W .il. oil. \\ iii Morris ll. iirv Reer.^iborae Ris-r and (1 K BaMSra Moulder;^1' C Hove Klk Park. DavM Mill, 1 uid^I. Powers Woodvlll. . P Parks I'orhln. In Ihe Justice court or D li. W.irtlel theschool Iriisiees of Klkhorn were^sued ror snkfSS riahgssd to la- due 10 Pro^^fessor llab'. BJ4JW recently taught 1 Mere.^It was the result of a mlsundi rstaudlng^and the misinteroretatIon or .1 .untiacl.^Judgment was given tu Mr Hal. for^ITJ.r.. It Is understood that Mi^ dale^has a similar claim but for a -ni.idler^amount which will lie sued ror If not :.e-el Iiithe i-outt 44) J/SM* TsMur Salur-^^tiv came a sull ter S.cnnie-1 Arleksoa^against Howling \ Johnson wim .,1,. op^^erating Hie Kasl Rumley mine at idmet.^It was for wages to the umouui or ^r.:.4s. '.^its did not sapaar and Ju,iKnient^was .1,1. red ror nlaintlfT^A esse begun In Ihe district court Is a^^1 .^^ -IU011 vs. Janus ^i Bakci :or debt^un j note or ir* and Interest BILLINGSWOOL MARKET AboutTwo Million Pounds Has^Bean Received 80 Far. ASMUCH MORE COMING TheHighest Prlco Reachead 13 1 -a Cants^Complaint About lie Water Com^^pany Prank shannon Re^^calls Old Times. SpecialCMTsgaassaaasS of The Standard^Hillings. July N. All the talk now Is^wool, and the town la full of dock-^masters and the warehouses or (lull^wool Prices have ranged Irom II to l.^i^rents, and Klockmastcr I,. I,. I.ihf. l.li^receiving the top pric e paid In the slate,^lo'* cents, ror alioui .^ai iaai iiounds. li Is^thought Ihul Ho l..|, not. Il has I., . 11^1.,oli..I hut 1h.1i w i- thought also a taagfass BraaM SsM ssM aam thin mm.iut isjuiub lias lieen 111 veil mirar and prolsibly as much more In 10 coll,lu yet. The high price received,^e ciniparcd to last year has given a iii.,i li^^ed ImiM'tiis to business. x^At the regular gsSSlsaJJ of Ihe vUy^council the committee 011 tin lights and^water brouxht In .1 report ,sirungly eggs^ilemnlng the seivlee rendered by Ihe^wute-r companv for tlic- pur|m si * .end tn-^stiiiu big two rei. ut tires lu win. 1 the^pnssiire whs ncii sufficient nor up 10 ihe^^hiii.laid .0111 raited for by the illy.^S1 1.. i ilitenile lll How lev lllaile a -la|. - me-ntto Ihe 1 011 in' 11 on laluilf id his ^ orn- aaayami said tin atasss rss4s4 on the Htlasas,who aasrasjSMSd the rules ol^1 lie companv wild regarcl to turning olT^their lawn sprinklers, cic. during the IISM the. Mr. 11111111 was engaged at alire laa council resolved to have a^lest id Ihe water works and such will llkelvc ome' off Shaft!/. There Is .1 MOCicI dealor paHsai axaaag the ettlisss ihaat the water eonipany. hut It Is highly proh.ihicihul tia ssstaasttsa or the supeiintcndentof the company Is Justl-^llisl by the facts of the case. Tile assessment Isiok of Yellowstone ec.iintyhas lust Ivc-.n completeil. It shciws iigain over last y.ur ol $l*i|ii.lei;!' The to- laJssrasaaJ graaerty istaraed, laclad* Inamoney, is SI .Mo. TV:; rent .state an.I^Improvements. I1.x12.4T7; total. fcl.WX.zW. Tothis total win lee saaad the aasataai assessedto tile several railways run^^ning through the- county ley the stale^board of assessment. This amount Is not^known at present, but last year tl was M^follows Rocky I'ork. Sfi..imi; Hlg Horn^Southern. 1 llurllngton 1. $IKS.:M^. NoiiIi.iii Parinc,MaXaaV 'Ihough there was no eoncerled ci'lc--^liratton of Inclcpcndenee day In Millings^this year, yet the great national holiday^w;is nnl by anv means wholly unobserv^^ed HulHclent llreworks were set off 10^have mode a more than usually great^pyrotechnics! display, hail they been^tiled, off at one point. Indeed, ror Hie^three tilgbls the air was livid with rock-^els, roman candles, etc. ^Did lllory^^Moated 1 1 oil 1 nearly every building, and^Ihe town was gay with hunting All the^churches bad services appropriate to the^day. and on Sunday gftSfasgS a ball^game between Red Lodge and Hllllniis at^^tracted a large concourse of spectators.^Monday the business houses closed, ami^a series of bicycle races was pulled off^Still there Is a general NsNaa that our^rittatna have kssa remiss and eve r. Koch^Is Vaarhag that next year hsglngl will^duly cclcler.it, If,l-'rauk Shannon sf Helena, dealer^in dynamite unci other explosives, who agdbeen to Keel Lodge on a business trigs wasIn llllllnge this week revtstttag the^scene of his geggaMSt clav-s in tlie Mi's.^At thai lime .Mr Shannon was a mem^^ber of wha* was known as ^The Clark^Uatat.^ 11s Hie young men In Ihe cniplciv^of II Clark S Co. were called. Mr. Clark^was n Northern Pacllic eontrai tor ami^lived lu New York, and the late Tom^llantou was his malinger hi the hia de-^partmcnt Stars In Millings. The store dM^a tremendous business from BsalSg^away down .Into Wyoming. Inn lag pro-^Ills were not commensurate wllh the . \. peniliturcs' PggatSaSgd lie i ess n^ (o nl- traelHie trade or the cattlemen, and^It nails lb., htisiuc-s gat Into the hands gf^the receiver. Milt It was a dandy while Itlasted aatl did much la sstsMssg this^town as a business center, and much ol lllc prestige We illlov to-cluv Is due leeHie old ^Clark mil til.^ Mr Shannon^sated with pleasure the business activity^and substantia! growth of his old stamp^^ing ground. PraahArnold, wim broke the Hndaa^of a Northern Pac llic c alsaise Saturday^nlttbt. was tried saftSTS .luilge Mann ] , s-^ler.lav itiml was hciitcmcil to 2T. days In^Jell Ahobo was up rot dsriarMai las Mass before the genial Police JadgS Mann mstwck. sag was isateased to ten says, Hewas scan he el lev (he ofllc er. who^round among other things $ti.ii', In cash.^Tlie man held lu his hand a set or ell, |^unci Just as he was SSbag |gg off to the^hSMBS lie turned iiround gad threw the^dsrs at tlie Judge with the Igggafte^^Here, luilite. you might as well have^them*, too.^ whereupon Hie Judge called^him buck an.I retorted: ^You are lu con^^tempt of court, and I line you IMS.^ The^hobo had not counted on the Judges^well known epilckncss of tepartee. U(I. Man i: a well known old timer^from ihe Musselshell, started fiom asfs^hist week with a lisnd or horses vv hi. h^he Intended to drive to St Psul for^sale Word was received h. re Wednes^^day morning that he hail been robbed^and his horses stampeded near Junction,^about sixty miles east of here. Ills^friend. Mr d K. Warner, SSOVffSd the^si-ivlces of the sheriff .in,I iv.nl down ta^investigate the matter they returned^10 day and report Hist one or th, men^H.rott had hired to help Mm to ariVS^the horses hud slolcn all the sM gsaa'l^lo.es. money one niRht while he was^SSlffp am' SSd taken | frstght train^ror the Kast The lion, s gad .dsn slam-^peileil. but whether the] sad is . ii gar^^asset) drlve:i off or Bait) taken to the^bills Is not yet known, as the ntcii sent^after them have not yet rsgst la, I la.^ton fortunately had most of his money^under his pillow, so Ile lost gals about^tl'e He Is an old man ami some^^hnt nppled.The sheriff follow.,! the thtel ^^Hall as far as .North Dakota, hut fulled^to iat^h u:^ with him. Capt,I.. P. Huhcock. the newlv appolnt-^cd sAaaaaaster, wih take over the gas ^^m xt SsMsday Mr i; x Barclay, the^acting aastmaster, aha has been as ^ m.^cleni oltlclal. will lie retstaea .1- ,i.^ie^tant. Charles Avren andsHugg Bahrock^will In i l. rks. SHCPtMANS MARCH TO THE SEA Authorot the tannine. Perm I.I 1.1 v.in^lu lows. linecef the nicest famous poems of Ihe^war times was Slut man's Man h to^the Sea ' iv hose title gave the name lo^the fanuiiis campaign million, egllei^nf H were sold, and it rivaled ^Man h-^ing Through Qsofgla In Its popularlu^The amh.u Major S H. M. Byers. w ho^la vet living at Keokuk. Iowa, has ex^^panded his war time song into a narin-^tlve poem of 2.000 lines which has Just^been published, says ihe Chicago Timees-^Hcrald MajorMvers gives an Interesting ac^^count nf ihe history of the war time^poem, v, in, h n st gained his fan^. Sherman's March to tin S- a waa^written by me In a little tent while I^was a prisoner of wsr one cold January^mottling at Columbia, a. C.^ he saaj^^I bud gotten all the news of the march i. gala from a gatored man. ivigh broughtvv cecal, etc., into the prison^Ktoc kacle He also brought me a^^caslonal newspaper (rebeli wrapped or^rolled, inside a loaf of bread tin. night^while walking up and down the prison^pen in the dark I v. as r. il. i ling on the I^great campaign Karly the next morn- j^ing, lying on my cold tied of straw, 1 j^put my thoughts of the night before In^verse, not dreaming thut ii would ever^be heard nf again. A comrade In the^prison composed musio for it. and in a^day almost I was the most famous man^in prison. Itwas sung, copied, recited, by St^ei ^ lately there, and soon a comrade cat -^tied It through the rebel lines, and the^song was taken up by the whole of^Sherman s army. It was sung In near^^ly every theuter in the land, and would i^have I.. . ii sung in Ford's theater Ihe^night eif Lincoln's assassination had it^not been for that dire eve nt The song '^securest me at once the friendship of^Ih. great Sherman^a fnendship that^lasted till his death. He gave me a i^pluc e un his staff, ami when the war^was over he was instrumental In hav- |^ing me appointed to the rorigja ssrvtcs ['our i nullify. My new book, as you 1^knuw. Is an amplification of the song^Into a nartntlve epic poem of the great^match. The original on| gave Its unme i.ii he ramaalgn. Malm Byers is noi yel Ml year* nf i^age. having baea ham in Pennsylvania^In IMS, His fat her gloved to lows ami I^the young man sAMgted In the Fifth^Iowa regiment at the .ml break of ihe^war. He vv as made a prisoner during ,^u charge on Missionary Kldge, and was I^taken to Li bey prison, from which he escaped twice, hut was each time re-^rapt gred, A third time he succeeded. MHOSHi^ vvnr Major Myers has spent^much of his life abroad in the service^oi the government. In IsSii he was^mude consul at Zurich, Sw itxerlund,^and 1.1 years later was appointed to I^Rome. Where he Hired until recalled ley^Ptnldgnl Cleveland. President Harri^^son reappointed him to the service, |^making Mat consul general lo Sw itzer^^land Majorlivers has done much Miliary^work, and is the authm of a history of^Iowa In War Times.'' us well as many^gsaaaalas articles on the rebellion. (heapHales lo P.ssterii I'oliil*. The.Not the i n Pacific on July 12lh In^17th. Inclusive, also on July 1Mb, 22nd.^Mth, lath, August 2nd. Ms ami Ma,^will sell one way Hoke la to Kansas^City Si. Louis and all Missouri river^points, also St. Paul, Chicago and all^intermediate points, al rate nf 131.00. tinall direct Urns Kast nf Chicago^nt St. Louis, rate will Ik' one-half low^^est llrst class limited rat' to points as^far east, but not Including Toronto sus^^pension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Muffaln.^Salamanca. Erie, Pittsburg. Wheeling.^Parkctshut g, Charleston or Ashland, to^those points and East thereof regular^rale from Chicago or St. Louis will be^charged. Ticket office No. 2:! Kast^llroudway. Hutte. ! W.M. TI OHY. a A. VanCamp's Macaroni and Cheese. t!e(In the swim. Be one of ^The Four^Hundred^ that the big plunge at ilreg-^son Springs will accoinnvxlaie. Dr.C. A. Henson will be found at^Johnson house. Wt South Montana^^tree t. P. ^^. box Penceand soft I'raln. PromIhi' Haltlinot. American. Thereis tue reason In the world why^a soft crab should he Ihe cause of war.^Il Is a harmless e-tiiatucean when It lu^alive, and only elnngornus whin it Is^d. . .used, tin . c anions wha n Ihe ciaik^hnd nnl held n timely autopsy it has^been known m produce results which^only a skilled doctor could safely han^^dle, and w hen followed by a course nf^ice Began It has disturbed the slumbers^of the unhappy man who cumalnetl Hie^(combination; but in Itself the c rab m^physically, morally and Intrinsically^harmless. Il has no ntrcnglh to bite,^its running abilities are small, and It^^Imply submits to fate. Ilulit seems that the soft crab causes^mofS (rouble between Maryland and^Virginia ihan all nttr other misfortunes.^It is well gnown, of course, that the^crabs run away limn Ctlslield. ami the^clabbers simply have lo follow Ihssa.^often their xeal -and the ciabs take i^them across the boundary line, which^has been established at different places^at i very session nf the legislature fur^Ihe past two centuries, and then Vir^^ginia gels out her gnus and begins to^burn powder. Recent dispatche s report^heavy tiring, aad it Is probably all on^account cef the crabs. ttSVSlUOI ii'lVr-^tall has decided that be will protect the^i rubs. , v en if he has to depopulate CHs-^neld. Thus, the soft dAb becomes u^bard ease. HutIs it fair'' Wc allow Hie. Virgin!-^ans to come up here nnd matfe all Ihe .^money and lucid nfUcss and lord It over^us In general, and the Virginia authori^^ties might at least permit us to have n^few soft-shell crabs in return. We are^beginning to think tint1 Virginia is get- ,^ting selfish over the shell-fish. VanCamp's Macaroni and Cheese. springKeiiitnlarrnres, Fromlas ChsSSge Hecord. IkMsyour wife enjoy these lu-autlful^spring days^ No.She Is (oo busy recalling how^much more forward vcjetatleti was this^time last yesr. COURTENAY,CASE ^ GRAVELLE CO. HI'TTK.MONTANA. PercaleRemnants 7,000Yards AllH indies wide, in every variety of design, in^ienKtli^ from '_^ to yards, strictly fast colors and^all worth lAc yard, for . 10cYard SE1E1WINDOW Ladies'Wrappers If prun pst:*rs met prettv colored P^r. ^l^^wnrtk ai ^^' sack, with rsfet new tkoulilrr^wtll asSs isd tinneiied. with full skin, $i.ooeach LaceCurtains Tliti ml of tin- ft*a^.^^ti naturally firnl* ii* J^with levrral ^mall lott In different Mi*** Wa^inaka a apartal rfl^^*ount M all sMM ahort^^|tianttllt^^. Thav ^arv from nut- tu t mr }^air^^af^UM ami from Ml W-f i OO f-ach. We^offrr ths-m at a dttrtmut of 20per cent Ladies'All Linen^Handkerchiefs I'rettllytmlimlderrl, worth .Vie eseh. f^r 25ceach 6B1 aCJ 0 trade:) ^' a '^THE BEST MADE TheStar Shirt Waist' ImaUf nf atmni hut flnr UadtaM Shirting,^In tha *a^me far lory aa the mn'i Htar Mum^Tht t-ut. atyla and rlnt*li an, a r^m^e-^., i.n-^ of ei.rfptH^nal merit, ami thin In-^nlrrady won n*^I.I *u t^blnitm^ in nil Katleri^rltlea for thi^ waiit; U f.^ t. It The bt^t^Madf ' Mm S2.00each^Woolen Bicycle Suitings IdTweeda, CMalmern, CheviioU, 50c,75c and $1.00 yd. s 69and 72 Inch Canvas Forprotect ing liedding on camp^^ing trips. ajsgy%%saa %%%%%%%%%% SendUs Your Mail Orders RMM^R SHEME riieimtrona of the W11ITK FRONT CRtK'KllV have their e.nlly wants su|h^plleel with even regularily. All patrons in the city anil ^vicinity are called upon use^often eac h week a^ they desire hy u re|ir^i^etitatlve of the Ktore. anil all orders^Riven nr.- filled w llh as much fidelity and dispute h as If clone under lh^^ eye of the^leuvcr It Is this more than usual eure anil promptness, the exceptionally line line^or jiooils carried and Ihe fairness of pric es chartied that 1^ addliiK d ally to the pop-^itiarlty of lite Wlll'IK KRONT OBOCBRT. Hut our ticst ais'ent of progress Is the atalaatlasagof ihe motto: IfYou Buy Your Groceries at Courtney's They Are Good WlhflflePrdDima (SrciDsery 308-310-312 N. Main Street Telaphons 185 Butte THOMASF. COURTNEY TYPEWRITERSCk**ir Uu Tas M^ lA ASmith's Primer for..^A No. Remington for.^A No. 1 Remington for^A No. Ti Remington for^A No. fi Remington for^A No. * Remington for... $2.',.no jr..oo^::o.oo IlO.Oie :i.-,.no71.00 Samplesof the Work for the Asking, Hither by Mail or in Person. MONTANAELECTRIC CO. 8TATKAHKNTS KUU 1HK DRNSMORR HelloIS. ei Kast lassswav. Tutte,Msatsaa %fjy%^a% ^gV4va.'4jy4j^%e%% ANACONDACOPPER MINING CO.^Lumber Dept. Manufacturer!mid Wbolr^nl* Penlrra In i jROUGH and dre55ed LUHBER, Allhinds of Mining antl bridij: Timb:rs a Specialty. a LnrireDry Kiln^ In connection with the mill. Sish nnd Door Fsctory. Sash, 0^Doors. Mouldings. Cedar Shingles and This I .aIII. Inte-lor Hardwood or I'm-. A^Hsnd Rslls. Haluctern nnd Nswcl fosts. Scroll Suwlng. Turning and l^'ancy -^Brackets. Over :.000.ooo feel No. 1 Clesr FTiituh in ^lock, either ^ard seasoned or^kiln dried. Estlmstes and price Iti'.s on application. IMills at Hamilton, Hontana. \V A DIsC s Offices and Yards, 400 Utah Avenue-, South Rutte.^^ I AKIIjs ^^ for. Birch and Front Bta, Anaconda . %4Jjr%%%%%%Var4J^%%%%4V%% %%%%c4V4V4Va^ %^^4V%,%-f^ Af^en.BNTs. (JnionPavilion Theater for.M road way an 1 Wyomlni; .St*.^DK'K V SVTTON, Manafrr^mmwpcaf OF JULY gaMMh Theirrrnt Knoiaiiili- I-rmnn in I arts, ^*utitl^i RIPVAN WINKLE. MrFrank Llncl.en ss ^^Rije, Alis Kninin Wlmiii'v ns ^(ire(.'heu. Old ( irc i s WlSK.^10Educated Kl -pliant. 10 70Trained H..rsc, 70 4 Orest fssawaa Riden I Andthe jrest C'orliett Itggtt allby our Bi asariaassat OVIUKKAT VVKKK.^rRK'KS^Ueneral admission. 25c; re^^served ieealn. JOc; matinee every Saturday,^loc anil 25e. QsiNO ooo'__ Butte,Most. WEEKCOMMKMTNO JULY TlicRetlned Comedy produced hy Dolph^Levlno, entitled, SUSPENDEDANIMATION Ktr1npp^,Mrancf of Ml** M;iy Waltrm.^wirk of Doljih Li vlno a Jii-; Hur- k'Hq'lr, Satan'sWill AS^ajtl ^ .etti|iany ..f H artists gnggga|^l.y Dag rrlnimin.s. sasaSSgsSat manager. Lcadinqliustacss Hiruih of Montana. assa it: Use. TIKiH.Ill'litiY- OgasShalf a agSSk north of P. O. 430North Main St.. Halle. m.k. ItATSa, aassysr Isatplfi by mallor exnresa will receive prompt and^careful altentton. CsSM and silver SaltftSa^g specialty. No. 40 West I'ark street. Hutte.r. p. rtox r.i4. OCtl.lsTS. DR.T. A. GBIOO OfVLIST. Praetleelimited to Eve. Ear. No's,^Throat nnd Cheat. OfHisr I'oalolTlre build,^Ing, 2' East Broadway. Butte. Mont. t'.nItagle. Fromthe Chicago Record. Sul. 1.Ice gsjt Niagara Kails one compli^^ment, at least. WhatIs Hint^^^^Those who Jump over arc always dc-^s, i ilecd as liolng well dressed.'' WhstHe Hrally t'enreil. Kn.niS' . i. h. What!von grtstl me lo gay In SSV^vani-e^^ ssiil an in. \verleuceel rider to a^II..ay si.-hie- eiinierie leer. ^ Are you afriltil^I shan't come ha, K with the horse^ Ahe m' It l^ justt.|. the horsi^may iom,' leacti without you.^ (clotted^the man of the si.ihlc. theUtghl !^eirl iif a tilrl. EromThe Yellow Kid Id I'hilosopher Eh' Engag. 1 your-^self lo Miss Pretty^ Why. she wssl^r^half her time ov r that horrid little pug^doa of hi rs YoungPhilosopher Yes. bat I notice^the dog does Just aa he (ilemses. AlKehrsrtal. FromThe Yellow Kid. Aaatso-DMyou gaH any r.ohle leg while^lu (ainiton. elear OsitlaYes. touc hed s pier the very tlrstthing. CASTORIA AGreat Bargain Owingto my Inability to successfully^conduct my store and ranch at the^panic time, I have concluded to offer^my ranch for sale at a great sacrifice^It Is located five miles cast of Anacon^^da and one mile north of Warm^Springs, contains 620 acres under feme,^water rights, residence and sufficient^outbuildings. I will sell with Imple^^ments for It..'.up. 13,000 cash, balanca en^time. It la |Bgt the place for the dairy^leuslness, gocil markets being near at^hand. The price Is a trifle less than IS^per acre and less thsn I paid for It.^Title unquestionable. Apply or address^Peter Lansing, Deer Lodge, Moot THEGREAT 333 CASHGROCERY \Vocuarantcc the quality of Sat^goods. Our pricta speak for th.ni^^si'Ives. HITTEt! f)A^BaM Creamery, per puurO^\J\j CHEESEnc^Full Cream, targ pounds forflJL iHFFBE: Arabian.Linn or XXXX. two nr^l^ac kages for^QC LARD:Klie pounds best for Asour rnacc here Is limited v.e can^^not quote y u as many prices as we^^rat .1 MM to. hut call and get our^trie's on other roods and you will be^eonvlmeil that wc gal the best goods^f.er less t.ie ncy than any other store in^Hutte. 40c 'Nowor Never' Asrenin as you can conveniently as^so you should t ail at No.1 South Montana Street CornerWest Park, ahilliuy a good sup- j^ply of Shoes,Clothing, Furnishing^Goods and Hats Beingcompelled to force these gjasaa,^prices are reduced on now linen s^al^^day. such as we have l.cu quantities^In and wc Unci arc not moving fast^enough. No one can afford to miss this^ran oppurtunlty. YouSave 6oc on each do! lar Inothir Motels, you gi t J.VOfl SfOTtg^, f gooils for l^.tn. slid all the best and^^MSSt raaaMl makes. Not havinK had^room la f.er.. grg liaie placed on sale^now 400 yards .if tin.m Tailor Suitings.^Imported Cashmeres and Worsteds, 40^Inc hes Hide, e.eerth *::.^,'^ and Jill^ per^yard, w III sell for ^l.H. SergeCoat and Vest Llnlnjrs, gfaTta^35c. /or l.'c yard. I'.one Coat and Vest^Hut ions, we rth 2.*h-. 'or :'0c- doren. (tariivn) AJAXELECTRIC BELTS Nn.1. ...^No. 3 .. Bestin the World. flOOd No. 2. .. 15 00 No. 4. 1150425 00 Dr.Sanden's Electric Belts Me.1. B 9300 Wo. 2fS.OO KLTSMi C, O. IV, wttk nrlTil^4^ ^f fximl.^nation, upon r*^r*t.pt of Oo^ T^mi^r. Circa*^lira s^at upon application. Addrat* E.E.GalloglyCo BUTTE,UOXTAXA Baasjggajjaatthe plaot'.^No. i South Montana St. Cornsr^West Park. ForInfant* ar.d Children. nsfk:-aalli hm TheGreat 333 i CASH QROCERV 13W S. Arizona St , Butte, Mont THETRAVELING MAN (letsthe licst obtainable In the section^he Journeys through. The r st hotal ^ t^cafe, at tin-.cs. ihe best wine, but al-^hsvs the best ncnsnap^r A stranger^on the trains passing thrc usii MosMgaa^Is surprised at the traveling man's al^^most unanimous dasaand for the Ana^^conda ettsndarii The ratio Is about N^.standards askfd for to two of any^Western dally The travcllag man gets^the hrst. Tour friends In the East^would appreciate a newspaper af taa^Standard's character^I: prints nees.^prints It every day I ; tM year. Tha^subscription t^rms asked are the sama^ss Infarlor rapers. II oo rPr morlth de^^livered. Register as a permanent Slat-^da: d pjitroa now. -DR5mm k FREUNJ... Hpls.il .un! e'lBi-es corner (juartx and^Alaska streets. Butte. Monl. Tclsphong^TS and US for Ambulance. A^S/cJtta'ard^ Classified^Adv wtll supply your ^wants