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THE ANACONDA STAN DAK I): THURSDAY MOHMMj, .ILLY 15. 18HT.
ButteNews.^HERMANS THE MURDERER Itis Expected That the Fiend is^Under Arrest. WASCAUGHT IN CANADA OOoersConvinced lb at Uu' Prisoner in^Kg* n villa is Ute enduoar of Woew-^hood Awwfpit. ihe Dosortpuou^Will Be Brouirht Back. mini,i 2Vf r Itappears to be almost certain. a^ -^tagdsiag to the report* in il ^ s.ili l.a!v.^pallets, thai the Ii. t- amis Hei^mail^ the mnrderer. who killed muiiiI^f^ male members nf hbt ^ ^^hki^-Katl-^n^and then tt.-il la Bull* with their :^er^sotial eff.* ts aud .lisp, *^ .1 of ihcin to a^Park MmI mmla at leatunilir arrest He I* In 11^ %..I to^have lieen Im-ated at Rganvtlte, Canada.^Tht Salt ljtk^- lbraid has the r.dlow ins^recanting the matter: 'TheKev Pram bt kirrwiaaa, jm ^ n r,^seducer of vv oinaiihiuMvl anil *ev.rul lime*murder, i in' a' M-u Iu bnnnl atKam th.- .-ml hv in |^issesai^gncrilT La w is thai such ia I he esse. |^sn strong that the sheriff ami his depu^tie* are thoriHiirhly ^ ^.^i\in^ ^ ^1 that this^tlBM they have i he right i..aa. ami Dah*^uty ShciilT Hm min Can.inn l.fl yes^^terday for Kganvilh a littU- im n ^^the Atlanti' i oast of the prnvinn of On^^tario. Canada, to bring back the mm ii^^rajMed criminal 'Abouta month ago It was stated in^the Herald that a man supposed to he^Herman* ^as in Canada, ami for man] 1^weeks the sheriff ha.^ been working^the rase. He go' hia In i , lu^ from a^rtete. ti\e in Kgnnvttle named DotaamM^Campbell, who vvrutt In the inoal |*i*l-^live term^ that Herman* \\a^- in that^town. Iteing hnwevtr, to the mnliv^falae alarm* ^ hh li have Ik en given ami^the n timber of tals. Hermans vvhbh^have been arTeeted at various times ami^pbiu ih. ^herifl acted wltl rant km^and i iri ganmecth n. and placed hltraat II^In eiiinmunh ath n nrlth Altoi in ) for^the Crown Hetcalf of l^lMintage. Ont.,^to a In in In *^rl ph. t 'K'uph* ami a veryfull deaciiptton ^^' the marejtrer Thatnft'n i mi ^ .. thoriui^h Inv ^ s^ligation, and ram lo the iatnluatun i^that ChmpheiTa anepert as the right^imii, and he eg aatUM Hhiilff bewta^by wire yestii Iny. On the r, ret| * .if^the telegram fully ran firming t In pri^vlou* informal 1011 I hi iherl* runsulted^County At torn. ^ Van Colt and lie commisstnnet*.ami the httlt i a^pi i atotfunds lo send after th. fttgtttve,^nml fWpajty Sheriff Bowman Cannon^left for Canada yest-tda) afiermain.^^ Previous to his depnrtare ll H Pet-^^^Previou* to his departare ll H. r. - irs r \ ho was .'.ell nctiuninted with^Herman* when the lattct wits in Salt Lana,was sent for by Sheriff i,, ..as. to^whom Peterson stated thai the photo-^li .'l li ' f Hi i inm.s ^i lit to Canada was nh i;. goad ^ii^. and thai ^ ^^ it no one^i nwld well fall to it, outline the man.^ricsklei ih' photograph a written de-^Miiption of the tuaperi iuis received^from Ihiujtaid Caatptoell, which ueert pondsexactly with Herman: ^ v11 I^^the blue mark ^ii th. mid ll^ of the lowtf^lip CamillaII wrote on June .'' I but the^biter *.r apparent I) noj walled antll Julyas It |x.*tnuirK. d on that date^at KKainille.i that he was qultt' poal-^llve thai hi* man Ii Het nam Heanys that I^' M apov Infl a la-aid^and l^ MvlnR in a si ^ ludeil nlHie sl\ ii^n vi ii mile* from I he (own of Kuan-^etfht, ami haa i^ ^ii enaaged in preach-^Ing lh^ (oapel there fur seine time, II applied to the XI'ih-i i him h au- Mberltl .- foi nrdhtatlon, hut as he had^r,^ rredentlal* In was refuaed. II^ haa^NaMed at Kcanvllh for nearly is^month*, ami siiuk.^ broken p*rencti^That part of Canada is Inhabited In^Preach Canadian*, and a dlal'al ot^Prench is uai ^i by aaoal of the people. Campbell-a s he Jias had ^ h i ii^nBRvereatlniia with the auapei t. in i^that he said ^ hie. bu n in eve v im^^portant ^ ^ 11v in Hie I'mled Stales. ^. id^thi exeention ^! Mall UalW, and ih-;^tin man keepe hlnaudl aeeludel :.a^much as poaalble. and avoid* entering^into eoiivt rsal'on 1 ^ itiinling his paal^lif^ as nnn h as poaalble. Campbell saya^the only difference Irtween his .nan^and ih^ photo i I Hertnana l^ the behltl^of the former, the fatter, when the^hhoto was takiti havifnJtr-M IHe wav i f^fa^ lal hnsute adamnViht onj) a iii'Mi^- till111 i^^ i ^ 111 \ ^herifl Cannon will arrive la Kgunvill) about s^i |,|ay at d a ll se^ |i|^ Hi.m l: ^'11 ' . ^ t ^ ^ f ^ ll -I whichwill elthet mak pertain that^theauspiit i^ l|iiiii^i!^ ^; shalter the ho|MS llf tll.lM' \. h,i w ..-di t^ -ll . Ill^ l ' iknrbrought to Justin . In th^ m-un-^tlnie he haa lai'n arrertid and is lu l l^until th^ Sail l-.il.' . lie ^i ,ii i iv t Hetmail* is w a iled for atna-piu*^crlim* wlies.' mm some details will^aland out vividly In tin mind* of all^new spa pi i n adi s II. i^ i ha i K'd w lill theHHarder ^t Henrietta Clausen, ins^limis. heepei and suppoaed maHn^Is under indn tna nl for that off n*.^eaatlffea ^ lllss Clauaen's remains^wen- found in tin- furnace under ihe^Heandinav lan church In Sail Lake, and^It Is believed that Herman! ii^l only atordered tin plaything of hi* pass kms.^I^ut subsequently ii inaliil her l^^ly. Themurd^ r of Miss Clausen is not the^only offense if which the Bwedleh .x-^paator la believed guilty Cin unislane s^develiqa^.] al the time ol his myslerloua^dlsappestam ^ in Muv in^, proved eon-^ehunvel) that he had ruined another^member of hi* Hm k, Annh damuelaun^He L* bt'llevad a'ao to liave slain her.^foi *he di*aii|H niid from sight as ^^in^pletely aa if th^ ^attli had yawned to^receive her. Subsequently IKiuians told^a *torv of her departure from tin- rlty andafterward* pi rItv belona;- Ingto bat Hi- story of Mia* Samuel- Mill*going ausv was found In time tohave been false 'I'imansIs alw haflaved la have^allies nn of in- three wive* who illevl i -i. n V .ii undi i pii^rlrrumatsnce* Hi* standma al that^time was m g^v^*1 that the Imiulrlaa set^on fian by themi were atop|^ed. RAILROADMATTERS. R*a!l af an ImpoHaa. faafrreare Held^In sail Lake. SIt Cald-il^ id of the Montana^I'nion railway n 1 mh! ycat^rda^ from^Sail Uske. iv In i ^ w ith Supt. Vv H.^Hums, he attend d a meeting of r pre- sentaihres^f ihe Km Qmumm Western, ,Shin t l.i- ' 'regon Kailvv av A^Navigation eompan) snd the PoajVII^*- Hio Qrandi T1 principal asalUrs eaaiaMefadwere . hanges In Ihe lime^Kcheduli s whnli were satlafarlorily ar-^taand ami effeii chiefly traffic from^and to Portland The HnrMasjton mud^joined In lh^ at langimen! anil ^o^change*) its si In dute i hat ^ |:h the oin- neition* vv In Ii III new times go nilii ffe, i aa ihe Nth ill^ iln^e for freight^from Chicago lo Cortland will be re- maad to imi bonrs. Mi Culdeihead will return lo Salt^Lake to-day to h. imsent at another^snrerenie in-niori.m when inatieia of^et'ai liu|Mirtiiiice lo Unite railroad In-^t I'tsi* will I*. con' i.l^ I Th*' mutter* f oprnlim a Short I.no- office In Untie^artangement* for the sale of ticket* an^|^for sle^ otm: arrantfeinehla will !*^ eon-^^Msanjdji PreMident J, J Hill of ihe Dual Meethem. ami a inn., of aflaalal* * i-^in rluite fur an Inair or so yesterday,^but did not leave his private car at the^depot The pally went over to Ana^^emia and i 'turned in the alt' i ii^.iii^ami tlun proceeded l-a.sl Tiny came^from Spokane. M Hill *aid Ii Ih trip^nail no s|a-i lal signlllcam e and that he^wa* s.impiy ma'vliiK a tmu of insjiei lion^.f th*- road. A member of the iiarty id thi rorreets ss al tin lafeeeagst drawnby some of lh.- Spokane papers^that Mr. Hill's trip was made tor lh^^anraoas of looking over the Northern^I'm iln a* Wi ll a* the iirciit Northern^pii paralory to operstina the two sy*-^11 11is under one inanugenvenl. Theitm lirande Weatern will in any estaldiahan BffMSI in the Standard^building in Hull^ It will lie band- SMnetydtt d up and will Ii i n|1 bylifm.nl Kieighi Agent M. Ill Id. Mere, Vonr t'banep. JulyISth lo ITtli. imlusive July l^th.^j.ml Nth, .^.Hh. \ugu*i lad. 'ah ami^^th. Uajea ParHbr Ry ill aril llek-^ids lo Kansas City for l2H..'*i. and to SI^Louis for 19 Rememlsn the dates and^call al .'ii' North Mala Si far ticket*. Thefuneral of Mr* Larry Manning,^v ho died Vvi'diiisitav evening, win hkhs plucefrom the family reaideMC. at 'Mi NorthIdaho street Prktaj morning at Ino'clo. k. Miihh will ili til;ltoil at St Palrlck's chuti h Italic^ mil .lug i lull. Higulniimnithlv mciliiK at TtrheH^\. Spargos, Thuraday. July IMh. nt s^P m. ajrs.Laet| ytanninK Bjaad.^.Mis l.aiiy Manning o1' No M Ni.iib^Idaho street died had rvenjaa. after a longillmss and a treiil deal of suffer ing Mr*. Maaalnj mis been itch the ii,at. i pan of a yeai and *uiTcicd cs-^peclully during tht |iast hv ^-tnoiilh*. A^short lime ago Mr Manilla.; look In i^to St LottM. w here she vv a* placed nn dcrthe treataMstl of eaalaeai phyal- iI.ins. lull I hey wire not aide to In lp^In i and she n tin ned home about In daysamy, si ace which time aha baa bai n^Browlac gnoiuaily wneat, The deceaaed^Is well known in Butte and hud a large^circle iif frli nds. Slu leave* 11 bin-ha ml^mid Hue. children a sou and two^ilaugliti i s all grow n aHSBSJ ( aril*,^rorrecl vi*iting card I* much MANYSUITS 1 fILED THli HeinseMakes Answer to the Two^Brought by Murray. HEDENIES MIXING ORES Lockhartand Clunks Claim That the^IflaaMaaa Central Haa Stolen Two^More Car* of Wood Second^Atncmlett cumpiaint The rntetieiand Ihlchat usid.and the Serial^formerly See saini^ol Standard thanlhoes lately alsosmaller than^aa. at llulto ullicu TinII A A^Butts dull^ at I^sehgera at race^in llfly minutes^JI an I*.race train leaving^^Ml p. m. will land pas-^t rai k gale, Amu onda.^Kate lor round trip. AwardedHighest Honors -World's Fair. DHL +CREAM B4NNG mm MOSTPERFECT MADE. Apure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret^|gm Ammonia, Alum ot any other adulterant /4QV|WitketStvdat)u, . j Sii iii' a port fossa to-day of the^Coritetl-PUaawnatoaa s^fM. The Fight^of the Cealary Hunmi UK al Mghl. 1'i.inkMohan was arrested yesterday byCons table Tun HarritMrtoa and n i*^propoaed to send him to the reform^^ i liniil He was found about Lba street*^late ill inulil usaoelalIng with thieves.^Hi* lather is dead and his brother In Ihepealtenttary, Praah i* m years of age Hi* mother. Mr* .lake Mohan. live,at n.i v trigone street, The bag willbe It'll d b] Judge l.auiamli an next^'I'm -day. Sundaytixeut.loli*. CalNfurther notice, the Montana^I'lilon will sell ixciiraion licketa lo^tlltgaoa Spring* and return, good golnn nntralaa leaving Batte between In, m Salurdayand .r^ p. in Sunday, and re^^turning mi litfU tiiiui Icavini; liieitsoii^Sunday night, al II on Sii in a port folio to-day of the Corbett-Pttaalmaaoaaflghl. The Pajral^^ f the Century. nsmaMadaaof the itieh. Promthe Chtcagti Keened Spiinniniikes Mrs. \'on Bobbg par* fvctiymhsirabls,^^Why Tinv have got so Wealthy that In l^liusluind won t let her have an union badI'i tin bach ^ar.i ' AROUNO THE WORLD. Plitl.idiIpld i. July II I' oik M. I. iiiuli-^lliv proprietor of lie Philadelphia Tinas^died of rtSSmalM gout thai morning IhnattBBBfl,S l^ July 11. Charles^Hrowu who on May It last Bjngdaead^Mr* Colston, s is biingeil tin- inmnlim afaatsanjaaa July h PtaaWi nt He- Klnbyhas cancelled hi* ^ ngaiicinitit to^gu lo Chi,ago tu attend the Logan momi-^ment dedication SailLame, July It.-Mr*. Iff J ^n/ag^arriv-'l here thi* morning and ajaa ten- deled .' pilblb r.TeptlOll ..I llnlv buildinglitis afternoon easier the SMsptcSS^of ihe Women s DagaareatM dab Chicago. July 11 The bSSSfStatS am- nnr,. eamsalaaam has saaaataSad satM^||^. i ile long ami short liaul rlaaav Ofthe Interwtale act so fat a* liuslness lo theKootenai dsstrk i I* , on,. rued so as to^enable all railroods to contpeti wlih Hn^i '.,ii.i,li.iii Pai lie Washington!Jul) ll Tii^ ^ ^^ ^ i^of the currency ha* received i telegram^aiini.nn, Ing Ihe failure ol thi Nebrasha^Nathmal iwuk of Torb Nee. tha baah'a^capital was IM.omi aad srrordlni in it.^last n port it hail Individual deposit* of^(17 Dun and lairrosied mom ., , m,, en ^ m^II: ^^ Portlandore . July ii Two children of^Mr- it gBaaaaaa agyid I sad l yi r^^*pe. lively, were burned in death near^l.innion. n^ mil^-* from lid* rltj last^night. Mr*. Bessesen leu bd ' ^^ ^ inl.lren^al home and went lo a netgkher.- to^spend the evening 'I'll. . i.leti- uuytired the house adth ir. f August i ll, inie yeaterday made againHn last I we suits brought againsthim by James A. Muiray and^growing i in of th.- famous Kabila mine^lease v, hb h ha* l* ^ n i In uuse nf '.in nv^seiiKational coiiit oi M ceding*. In one^of his la teal *uil* Mr. Murray seeks to^recovi-t iiidatnent foi |J.^..iasi as lh^^value of on* taken from the Kali Ha^fiiinp by H.'lnxc and to which Mr Min-^Tav ^ lalaned la ba ^ atMhsg. Itv.a*on tin Kslellalease thai llelnae^got hi* lii^ suit in life It- ihe terms^I of Ihe les*e he vv a* lo share eipiallv^with Murray In the profit* of the mine^a ft ^ i deducting ll:' a Ion for winking^Ihe arm in hi* Mryahytr, In the mlgtnal^suil Hi. d In Ihe district ^ ourl II was^sought to I* show n that Mr Heinxe *oreehsrad ihe gnaMly of (he ore by inlyingIhe g....t with on I thai bv Ihe limehe limit mil his II.' sun iitri MiMuriay found hlinai If in Mr^Id luxe * ih l,t .in a balance dm for^wcrklng Ihe area luat.ad of huviny; a ialaaot ,,i pearlm to alt bh MlH.lnic ,,f cults, deiiled the mix^^ing charge. In hi* answer to the li'VOtm^suit for damage* he pleaded Ihe terms^of the lease he had on Ihe Kstella and^said that BManf. it he hud a goi*l right^to mine and txtract Ihe me during the^month* of January and February, isyj,^as comiilalned of by Mr. Murray, and wa*ealMled to *n the ae* ha took out.^i ot from ihe dump. The me gamma ted Ilo STTt.lllT tons and he worked and treat^^ed ll a* In- was authorised by Ihe lease^lo do The total value of thi he al^^lege*, was IMM.M and al 112 a Ion ba^was entitled lo tin.i.ti.n working jchatge*. which beat Mr. Muiray in Iderated In him. mi a sbortuge. I'iiii.!i2. ifor which sum ha dwaaand* Judgment^again*! Mr. Murray. Heinxe also pl^ utb^thai a* Ml. Muiray has brought I^^ ml action* in the district rami en^mi'iilliil i f I lie saga li use ami I'l l oris Ieatrarted from ihe gattetht. and thus^^pill up and dltrtded any alleged cans^^of action which In- BJdffM have, he! shouldnot i c perm!11 t to maintain any oftheni. Tinaaeaavd suit to which ha Med his^gag w tt ^ mlMday is for ore reanat ad dar^^Ing Hie first nine day s of JgmasAfy, IMN,^in which pi Mod he tmJmg he took ^lit^Id! ,!S1l tons. Iln \ Hlu. of which vvasi.nlv^^1MUI and of w bleb he rMimed Ill w^to be dm him is sniellct charges at 112^a ton. leaving |S!i.'i.72 to be divided un^iii r Ihe lei ins of ihe lease and of which^Mr. Murray is entitled Iii HIT Mi and^no mule. Hi Mat di hi, I that the i upper I^extracted dining Hint period came from^IM loll* of Ol^. but alleges Hull ll took 1^4M.MI Ions |g in,i,In,, it. ami denies I^lhal after the 112 chaigc* are deducted^there I* due Mr, Murray taJMMfc Ha *i's*in haa itiiiy kepi ami performed niltile conditions and iigreeim itls .if the^Iggaa which weie to bo kept and per-^foi nn d by h I in MH UnrdUatri and Annus Clunle^brotlghi aaathef sull yesterday ngainst^the Montana*Central ami Otatt liaeth-^erg railway nompaales. charging them vvlllisit allng two more rarliat'la of,^wild al Iternlce and lie;, dcinaml Hi, returnof the wood or Jsatgrncnl forilMv , Asecond an i mlid ^ ^inplnilil in lh iage ^f John MrCortasrh ggalaal J. B.^Johnaon. J. C. McCarihi ami M t' Har- ll* was Mad In court y. .-t. i day The^i-omplalnl i bargee 'hat Johnson and^McCarthy were Indebted to tin Ing or,^Harris A Mccormick fl.HJ.Wi mi cnni-^mlsslons mi the sale of coal and thai^Harris refuses to Join in the suit to col^^lect tht ib I'l and has untitled Johnson^and McCarthy mil In pay Hie debt and^ggfied to indemnify I hem against any^suit lhal might be gfaauyjM by McOM^mlck. The latter alleges the three de^^fendant* ate conniving lo defraud him^and he asks Ihe court lor a temporary^Injunction to restrain them from dis^^posing of or settling the claim of Har*^lis A- McCortnh k. It I* also alb ged that^Harri* I* ln*olvent ami II pctinlttcd to!^ot tain ggggmtVrag of Ihe ninncy thei^Plaintiff will not la' able lo recover his |^shnrc of II. Anamend.,I complain! In the pggg of^Braunschwi Igi i A di against I'ted-^i i l, k Patlke, a sull on a niiniber of as- |^signed claims aggregating tfsM.X, was^Med yesterday. Charmg S Pgggaaarg yesterday liiisaghlsuit against Mi, hm i sTtandblly andwile lor IWKi ami lo foreclose a uiortgagi a piece of property on the Blackfnatlode. A suit for fortslosui,. vvns also^brought by .leiinie Harris against Klix-^i abi'th Itoblnson The property involved^) are lot* 12 and 11. in block M of th^ Sil^vet line park ad.lit leu. ami the amount suedmi i* ir.^ and a Ml attorney f g. iheap aesssi in gaateea Pssaas.^Tin- Hart here Paahat mi July 12111 to^I 17th. Inclnelve, also on July IMh, Mad,^.^Klh, 291 h. August 2nd ^.th and nth, willselPone way tickets to Kanaaa^City. St Lseaia and all Missouri river^points, also St Paul. Chicago and all^inlei mediate pntatg, at rale of t il nn onail direct lines Real of Chicago inSt Louis, rate will be one-half low-^st Hist class limited rat to points eg^far eam, tun not including Toronto sus^^pension Bridge. Niagara Kali* Buffalo,^Sal.nn.111 a. Kile. Pltlaburg, Wheeling. Paiheiabnig,Clsariaatea or Ashland, to^I ham points and Kast thereof faagatl ratifrom Caloage or st Uoala .viii hi^barged Ticket affget No n Baal^Brcadway, hnttle W M TUOHT, (! A^\'an Camp'* Miicnroni and cheese BedlleedHair. I lint via I iii,ill I' l, ill, Kv. JgjN12 to IT Inclusive. July 19. 22.^2^. Aug. 2. r. and 9. Ihe I'nion Paclli.^will sell tickets to Chhago. St l.oub'. MlaaataTlrtvei polata ami ktter media tt ladnla.al rale of 1.11. Ilrsl-cla** Re-^duceil rate* to Kastern |Mdnt* in MM-^uectlnn with above rale will lie iniidc.^making fate very low to tin Kast and^Southeast Pol fui titer Information^call on or add u s* V. V Mase. general^agent Union PaccMc railway. Hutle.^Mont. eat ShaferBros stage for Silver Star.^Iron Hod. Twin Bridges and Sheridan,^leaves Southern hotel, Butte, at Till^Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday^mornings, arriving at Sheridan at I^p. m. in i 1 ,.11,,. iii.^^^^.^Peam the Indlanapoli* Journal. Sevendollar* for a i.hiiii and break-^fast ' Ureal S, ,ui man. lhal Isawfullly^ateep. And awfully high.^ said the vic^^tim Yes.^ admitted the summ.i laudloid.^^It i* aa high and *le^'p that I don i^how 1 (Sil coin.- down. sio.U. and it Keefork July lt.-Thr ^^ ^^ ^^sr-^kel continued to exhlMt .in tik'tk en^gjgtl bated dealing* No ^^^ *tera pref.treil ^ ^!^ . I.-.I ' e-lel.l'' rice oflli^, London iinexpe.-leillv iti.i' -'d Ita^.ill nude on Si Paul to-diiv lion l*r-^ahSk g| seller lo a buyer and maik-.l u up llamsmmrtsesihove ih* n. ^ ferk ,iuiv alentat v.slerday's rloe^- r.s. ne^ 4* resjimggad ... |-,, I B. in s I's ' oiipon I!^s r.a. i^ regi^t.H*d^'H r.a ft loupon 111 f.^. .^.^ reglsiered ^'^% ] ITi^ i^ coupon 'It's Pacllleii * . f MM AtchlnonJ*^^ I Adam*Ktpress ba ImaitisiKxi.re^^ ins Ihirlbialon| CanadianPacllle ss In ,1 Northern preferred IJH CentralPa, Ihe ^S IllinoisCentral M% lamasimre IM IgmdTrust *S Ml'Ins 11 1'. ^'il MmaarlPantb l NorthAmerican Cumpuuy ^4 N..1lim n P.o llli V\ Northern I .c Hie preferr.,1 ... ^s\ n011tiwesti-rn. IliS Naribweaterapreferred baM NewYork Cenlrsl ls.1. uregi11 Shoit I.hie IM. hatMa Mail SIS PasaaasPalase is* llo.k Island St. Paul ^M St.Paul matayfad f^*1. SoulIn i n P.n III^ ^,M IIliOII Pacllle I United Kapres* ff*l Kargnl-:x|^ress K'.1 Wes'ernI'lilon St1* flaniralKiuirie Mil Nation.iiUeneed11 MoneyVlnrkel. N,w York. July H.-Momy e.i -vclosed .it1 iM't real.; sterling ssrhangisyagdl .,1ti sToi ^;i for daajmad m,l atii.sb*j^I.MI't for ba days. MahalMarket. New Vorl; July ll. Pu on .bill^l*-r aUMtllake looker^change. tU'oll M lead .^'^ 1 xchallgi P..Vt^ I.*.'. o|i- I til l.^.. ^X- [ eaah;broker * IHit MM MAIIKKT*.^I i\e slock. f*hliageJuly II PaMhr in cattle there^wa- .in improved demand from tie start,^mahlni nil classed of buy em eager to^pur, 1,,-. and prleaa averaged M pet rant,^per pa aaaads higher Sale* were bftaft slide111.- supply lastetl at tS.ISSiM for 111-^ilvi- heel ateen ihe bulk -.-lling at 11 2-*^i^I.st. anil exit., lots scare at M.hMM.tt.^Hub In i's anil canner * *nui *hare,l In the nlv.iii , .nn! ' ii hellers MM particularly^well. Calves were In fairly agfjv* demaad^ill tl..'*' v 'Ihe stackrra and feeders^trade wa* finrly anlniulet at |:t. hsiH.2'..^,1 lew common lots selling for I'.ti I 2.V HogsThere was an active demnril for^bogs Prlc- wile strong.r utid largely^2'yc per no |g^unds higher early weaken^^ing Inter. Thi bulk of th. hogs sold al^^: j,,ii -..^v l^i:- sold boily and I here^was ;^ widening tendeaey for Inferior and luin . hog* prlmi sTffhtweighls bring th,^1,, .-1 icller*. Tin mtrket rkoatd with the^early buareveaMnl all bast, heavy lots^ii laai badlt gheepTh. i.- ^a* a fan b active goo.1^demand for sheep and pri. e. rated stead)^at H'MdM 1111 Inferior in prints Hocks of^sheep and gtn.Vru for lambs prime babul^higher Sheep -obi ihicllv a' ll*i:;.iln ami I.mile largely .11 M-MM 1^ teavy -d wereslews, ih.in herotaflayc and common^^er lots of laintis sold badrp. Pal Weetem fedsh.ep brought M.fJ*M.dJ BRdling^^she p sold at M.naM.a Recelpts-Cnitle.irn* hogs.ss.mi;^sheen. M.M U'healaed I'rodliee. Chicago.July II. Wheat mwnad strong^under th*' inflticm e ,,f tin. adSsaayM at ,^Idverpoel 'i lu ll wa. 1 gaed deal for sal.^at tin advance, tin marketing of which causedIhe pi|^,' tn draghack a lands belowthe rate current itthe 1 lose ye -^tcrilav Chat Sept, iiiIh r whe n. i.Ti , coin M*ajC! oats.Me; . l*^rk. M.M| lard. M.MI libs. 1127. Heceipts; Wheat,Mel bushels: cats. yjJMM buaheta; colli.Mll.im bushels. MillingMink,. Huston. July li It,,-ion A- Montana. i;.M,iiutt, a Iraataa, Mh Isagaaattnoi Maehet. UaayJhm,July ll. Al the wool auction^.-.lbs la-da] 1 ompi'titiDii ail around wa*^need aad ertci anjea weM amrntahmd. Miilium merino greasy and scoured and^Cape of Qggd Map. and Natal wen ;,o p'chigher than the last mrks, craag- bregjlwire stc.ulv and iinchanscil. Tas-^maalaai and Souih Australian wools sold^well and new South Wales lan*is wen^firm. Securen i'oitlolio to-day of the^1 'orb,It - Kit zsinntion* light. The WtjH^of the Century.'' VanCamps Macaroni and Cheese. AiiaemiilaICace.. Kveryday (est ^|M Sunday) ditrinR^the race meeting at Anaconda June Ipj^to July 21. the H.. A. A I', will sell^round trip tickets. Bultc to Anaconda^and return, for II IHI. Ticketsgootl only on date of sal^ on^train leaving Untie at 1 p. 111 . which^will take passengers direct to race^track Itctiirnlng leave Anaconda at 9^p. m. Ilrgulatlaic will be charged on train^'^living Hun, .1' I 11 in Sundays. THEGREAT 333 CASHGROCERY OverwhelmingPrice Littleness alOur Midsummer Sale BlackDress Goods Prices Coi'd Dress Goods Prices 35cfor 75c Material BlackAlbatross and Nun's^Veiling, plain and tlsrurcd. worth^7 V yard, exceptionally useful^for mourning apparel in hoi^weather, selling now USe yard. 19cfor 35c rialcrial Mrat* Blsck Unllialitni.^worth Ma yard, giaal cvdor. gvaid^lamy ligure, for l^c yard 35cfor 65c Goods W-lnch Black Figured Hi II -^llantlm, excellent iiuallty for ^^.'*^^and in a variety of pretty tig^ures. selling now for mC yarvl. Ladies'Hose Intan. black or fancy leg. with^black !**^!*. worth ,^*k'. d-'c and^7r* eat h. and in all siie* 3pairs tor $1.00 HaltPin*. In lue vviaal boxes.... For50c Box PagjrlI'.utlnns. worth Mt doien.^now Kclllng. per card of two doien Forloc $2.00Patterns for $1.25 lamy Colored Dar.iass - I^Urease*, worth 12 ^^ each and j^jiopular shade*. 11.2,'^ pattern. $3Patterns for $1.75 PaaUfand Colored Mattrlasse^seven-yard dress paltrrns.^choice and useful color*. 11.73 |^pattern. $5Patterns for $2.45 TwentyNovelty Uresa Pat^^terns, worth tl.Htl and 1'i.tsi each,^in original and artistic colorings^and designs. 12 l.*^ Bgjtleta. $4Patterns for $3.5 j Klegantqualilles. very super^^ior material, worth M.ou and^17 (SI each, made especially for^thus season's trade. JJ.aO. Nottinghaml.ac. Curtain* for. pairt .*) M.Mthree-yard Curtains for. pair. .75^.^il l' , i b r-. a ml ^in -halt -yard Cm - talusfor. imii 1.00 12.a) Kine tirade Curtains for. pair. 2.10^S.l.isl Handsome Curtain*. White andK, in for. pair 3.1a Hiown Sheeting, fisr single bed 13 |.p; Hinn n Sin . ling, fi r double h, d .. . 15c Hhach': fi ; .inulil li. il. 14c Pillow1 't\i Ing. :.l inches v. ide. |jjc yd iMi-lnch.Muslin. Bleached or unbleached,^line medium emvnt, worth In, nml 12vents 16yards for $1.00 DamaskTable Cloths BordersAll Round, Unbleached s-4size, srortk UMeach, forli.isi t-llslae. worth II.Tt each, for I.tt H!dae. worth C.Weaeh. for 1^) LkADIElS'SUITS KlegantSerge Costumes, in black or navy blue, prettily Iriniltf d in braid,^worth t; .'*J and !X.M^. well bound and linedJ4.OO CilCll 'Haudsome Cheviot Suit, half Silk line 1. thiioughly llnisin ii and mad^ and regularlywild for IHVtsy and IIJ.^$6.00 HSi 'H Noalterations mad* on these Suit*. CASE,GRAVELLE ^ ERVIN COHPANY SiKceggor*lo COtlRTENAY, CASE ft QRAVELLE CO., Butts, rioiit. L:aiHnqliiisincss Plrmmal Mtintaai* theirdaily wants sup-^le allorders lh,-patron* of Ihe WIIITK FRONT ( Km'KRY ha^piled with even regularity All iwtron* 111 the illy and vlclnlly aro called ii|^ui as^often ea, h week a* they de^lre by a representative of the store, and ail orders^^Iv, 11 are tilled with a* much ndellty and dispatch as If done under the eye of the^buyer It Is this more than usual care and promptness, tin exceptionally line line^nf goods curried and Ihe fairness of price* charged th.it Is adding dully to the pop^^ularity of the WHITE FRONT I1K^CKRV. But our l*-*t agent of progress I* the^maintaining of the motto: IfYott Buy Your Groceries at Courtney's They Are Goon^' WMtteFirdDnutt fBroetry 308-310-312 N. Main Street Tol3phon*183 Butte THOMASF. COURTNEY YKKtVEILS. THOB.BT'OUY - oilii,halt .1 :.^ ,,-k north cf V. 0. 130Norlh Main St.. Batte. ME. MATER. A- -ayn-S-imples by^mall or Bggrmg vvtil receive prompt ami^lariful attention, foil,I ai 1! silver bullion^a ipe,laity. No. in Wert Park nrert, BullaP, Box bhV octxirrs, in: t. A URICM OCVMdT. IPractice limited M Eye. Ear. N'n^*.^Throat and chest, oflce I'oslotflce budd^^ing, H East Broadway, Butte. Mont. ElectricMotors FORSALvEL CHEAP 1ten borne-power.. Iten horse-power.. 1ten borne-power. ..UM.M .. . 2VI (iii ,..SMI OtherBargains. Electrical Mining Machinery MONTANAELECTRIC CO. ii-ii.-r 51Kliit Hl n:nlt\ RJ Mniitin i ] tANACONDA COPPER MINING CO.^Lumber Dept. fMaautatiarsra and Whalesals li.slrm Is \ROUGH and DRESSED LUriBER, t Allkihds of Mltiog and B.'iilq: Timb:rs a Specialty. g) LargeDrv Kilns In eonneetlon with the mill. Sanh and Door rectory Sash.0 Door*.Mouldings. Cedar Shingles and Pine l.ath. Intatior Huruwood or Fine,A HsndRalls. Hslusler* and Newel Posts Scroll Sawing. Turning and Kancyj Brneh.ts.Over r.ont.OOO feet No. I Clear Flnlah In stock, either yard seasoned orj kilndried. Estimates and price lts's on application.9 STATESAVINGS BANK C'cr.Main an,I Tar*. Ilutte. OITICKIIS. P.A. I-nrgey Pr^s|d^^n| T.M. Uadgertl Cashlel Paidhi catltnl. tiw.'W.^Surplus and undiv .ileij prol , 1 Uaderstate aaanrelglaa gad jurisdiction,^interest pabi on deyaat - s, ii- egehaaga^available in ill th* pel net pal etttea nf th.^United bHalaa and i'urope, Oatleetlena at* tendedto nroinptly. Tiau.-Hcl .1 unn inJ^bunking hiislr.es*. li.rector*-P. A Lstrgey: John A. Creicb.^ton. Omaha; (1. \v. ^tagleton. A ll. Bar^^ret. K. I). Lsmettt, 8. V. Kemper. I. M. Hedgeaa. Wa.Bam. K l^. latsateai R. C. ClambMI^harem Daly, K attarmaat. HOGE.BROWNLEE X CO. ...BANKERS... BUTTECITV. - - nONTANA IYARDS Millsat Hamilton, Hontana. Officesand Yards, 400 Utah Avenue, Sonth Bntte.^^^ Cor. Birch and Front Sts., Anaotnula Trin-s.'.* lo^i*nl : nnkius t'.uia^... K. rsaamdmwam tie leatlia eltlsi afaaeaaa^lisllection. iwimatly altmdre S Cortesaeseestii wvii- yargs * t'-i Ksa^York; Will,, y. * i-,. s:i i bakti Walls. t'.ii'4(.a Cs^ s.n rraaH umih* Sattsav tt.nt.tiin.ih-; u - IH'y aOs.. Aaaessjda *%%%%y%%%r%^gyay% %**%%^% ^V%%%^av%y%. %d^saV*avt#%d AMUSEMENTS. fa*%*%%%% -%^%v%%%-a RubberStamps \ Manwirei's Oporn House JOHN MAUI lltbi, MiiiiinH'l TheBttttte week. BMjtlaeo* Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. cnniincnrliiK^MONDAY, JI'I.Y 19th. the Verlacopg Piciute* gj the CORBETTAND FITZSI110NS SPARRING CONTEST \ Takenin Carson City, March 17th. atlI The preliminaries^the entrance of Ihe principals, secmils gad^otlb ial* into the ring^the bagtanlat of the ccntest. liound 1. Pan II rounds^t, and I Part 111., rounds .1. * and 7. Hart IV.. rounds K. !i and In. Part^V.. rounds ||, i: and IS, Pari VI., last round, and all the scene for live min^^ute* alter the contest ended. Matineep- rformam o at IhWl evening performance at S:30. Prices: Ures*^circle and orchestra. II..^.0. (.-allory. tLdS. Sale of seat* begin* Friday moraaag^at Nivvhro* Prtlg store Positively no free list. Weamgraalee ih'^aawat v^ur prlci*^selves. quality of aaji paafefor lamav HlITKIt Hi^t Ctaamary, per pound CHBBMP^ii Creant, two pottmal for.. Illf MM^Arabian. Lien or XXXX. twi aak.igrs tar LARD: Fivepounds bes' ',u 20c25c 25c40c Iflaiiire's Opera House BcrT.John alasame, M.n.irer Wk Brginsing innJsy. July 18 THliHUNTINC.TON^BROADWAY COMPANY Wll.l.i'KKSKNT THESILVER KING Iheiireate.1 Melodrama written. Mew^.mil i lalMirale *eenery, novel mechanleal^. ffecis Hn srem revolving seen-* and a^suamyh cast^yfatluie Sot ii i .l.i ^ Pries. X* and av. 000_ Ilutte,Mont. t\v Kill IT, Maaam^WEEK COM1ENCIN0 JILV lath. A gee su I ataitnngahew el atnaaaeaal ' geeeama. ThrWarlll . lirea'e.t \^.I l'ietur* M. ,-hinf.THK KlllHOX VITOHCDPK .howinj^tin- ui..I CORBETr-COLRTNEY FIOHT AnnilirMirrrat tratur- - i 1 i ^mi I fri^*n^ll^ ron^ten.: IreMwiH-ri 3k|l^SK i.\ KON'lhK rh-minm^li|htir^i(ht -^t ^Minna, nn^l KM' PAHKKK, rlimmplOMHithtwe-iKliI of Cilli raVtl Tut*l'^mnl\ H'^.mi*ro Mh'AIX AND KIM.^Tlirtr ftr-t it]^|if^rant^ fRI VMINS A M ^^iit)RK in in i'tittrH) ucw at t, .ni l a uum^tr^r ^^f^-lh T pltvu'ii ; gagaMaafMt i 9mm 9 atAll BJaag SivIpi and Priesa, d 0Mi Inkers ot %^^^Plain Hand Stamps 4 Ascur siie.ee b in is limited we can^^not ^|unto you a* many prices as we^wni.'d hive i ^ ' i , all and set our^prices on BtheT goadl and you will be^convinced that v -,.|| the l*st r-mmIs^for less mon ^^ than any other store in^Butte. TheGreat 333 CASHGROCERY S33S. Ari/.uua St , Hutte, Mont UnionPavilion Theater tur Kr.*viwjtr Bgfl Wyi.mlBJ St. .Put nick;r sptros. M.-ng-r WEEKaymmgmjlmj MONDAY. JtLV tatk adHA11 KU.W MAT1NK.K T\V. U ,1,,'rtHii ii Hei-ititul v'oisedv i. 3 A.-t\ gasnmd A POINT OF HONOR inssajaaatfaa ^i li th.- agaj -rv.r.i n.* ...i ,n-,,ii..a.f l.llie* .111 Is- ^ern. .monir tli^nt tli.^.. ekraieaartist*, l.t Ki^^K. tail Ui IttiMK. is^^ a east Nuv.lt) A*, asamet^^KUN l^ A CMIlESE i vl vn.'i^al.nv New Fr.tum.^c, . ^ rvw.....3-V ^B.i S.V atsttseerrlees^ ^I*' sagSJhl thetraveling man liststhe hesi obtainable in the section^he Journeys through Thv lost hotel ae^cafe, at limes, the lest wine, but al^^ways the best ncw*pupei A strangsr^on the trains passinit through Montana^is surprised at Ihe traveling; man s al^^most unanimous demand for the Ana-^. onda dtandaul The ratio is about H^Standards asked for to tare of any^Weatara daily. The Iraeehag man get* theIn .-t. Your friends in the Bmal^vvould appreiiaie a new*pu|ier of Ihe^Slandni-d* character It prlgta news,^print* It evoey da^ in th, year The^sutiscrlpllon lenns aske,| ^re the san ^^as Inferior pa|ier*. II 00 |ie^ month 4^ -^llvered. Register a* a permanent Stan^^dard patron now STAMPSTOP. Railroad*.Hanks, PottofTlers,m CountyOffleers# ANDBLS NESS MEN UENHHALLY IHOMIT SEUYIOB.J jStandard Publishing Co j aV%%V^VNVf^% %^%*aV^^%%li gagg*ageigga^^aggaa^^*age Trv3 * . ^^ ',ave a house for rent. a SUfldirdClastiiied^Adv. V\Io n ynu have^a bosJM for sale. War)ii you aWI^rooms tor reut ^aagg*g^aga^g*^aggaggae^a e