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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORXFNfJULY 2^, IW^T.
.1 ANACONDANEWS. DESPERADOESCAUGHT TwoMen Are Arrested at the^Point of a Rifle. ^Iih.-rJustified iIcmned. Rebell^^ing against Ood's government, despl*-^ink Hi* authority, unit tun in. Hi* laws,^or they are reooiu ilcd in him and were^Hi* friends. Hi' drew an iHuntration^from the parable of the rli h man. ^ hn^in ! u life ^f reiifiiii.n towards Ood whilenn earth. hut who raised the^dreadful lamentation in lull He said^uur beln i' hi ml. I nut deter the eaeiu- iiif the i^enalty thai ii.nl pmnouin ^ d againstour sine IL ^ I need hi* ad-li- M^by urging all thoae ^ ho um iindi i i^i^d^for Christ, anil therotoi. afssBVed and^Tiirw nn i in ni-iisvi * -condemned, la behold ih. lamb of Ood THEYDRAW REVOLVERS, ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^,hi ^ u^^^rM 'To-niKht let seat Jl hod] ^ 11me. A. Y.^Mi ill'Km will sneak on the subject,^^Wanting.^ in the Plash)L i i.iu^church at X odisk. StockDetective Collin* Traces Two Cat^^tle Thieve* and Kinds Them In Charge^of a Band of Uattlo Stolen From^Ranchmen Down the Valley. VanCamp'* Macaroni ami CfcMM TryDiok Turner'* place,^Cmnl. for a Rood cigar. I'llKii-I To tattle thieve* who Rave their^nanu s a* Harry Snlple ami Jaine* K.I^ward*. Here taken thmuRh tin my^yesterday by Stm R Dttactlvt Collins^of llutte. Thi y were captured by Col^^lins on the (ieoiRi'ioH n Flats, about IV^miles weal of here, while they ^^^^^^^in charge of a band of cattle. 2^ in^numh-r. whii h they had etaJ. n com^different ranchmen down the vailev in^Silver How county. The urn-Ms ^n ic^made by Detective Colli He, at the^|*ilnt of a rille, while the thiev es, v. no^^ re both nun Of the most rioanereta^character, had their rvvolvi .^ ^^ diawg l-'orsome tinii' ranchers a'ou.' Mill^click have been ln*lllK ealil ill .1^manner that led them to bejici ^ tha'^that were stolen. Thomas I'lirkcr. a^rancher who live* near the sli'ighKr^house un Mill iwlt, al*^ut two w ^ks^ago went to Butte, and rap glad to^Stock Detective Collins thai he h.o.^lest 18 head of cattle, ami M'd tri.it^there were other* in n1s nelRhliorho.nl^who had suffered similar losses Col^^lins hist made an Investigation of the^number of cow* lost, and by careful^Inquiries was able to learn that a^band of cattle had been seen roIiir in^a westward dilution in charge of two^men. DetectiveCollins passed throiiRh An-^Hconda in search of the cattle on^Thursday lant. On Saturday he was^successful In locating the herd on^^ ioorgetmvn Flat*. He kept iimb-i^cover for HM little time to make ob^^servations, then at a lime when the^two thieve* were separated by some^distance. In: rushed upon Snlple with^drawn rifle ordering him to submit^to arrest. Sniplc s revolver was in his^In It iind ^M did not hesitate to draw^It 1n the face of the rille. but the ..ni^^cer wan some little ilistnnc^ away, and^perhaps out of range of the revolver,^and Sniplc rerocntalag this fact, wav-^ereil ami returned his revolver 10 his^belt. Disarmyourself ^ shotiinl Dot- ^ive^Collin:-. Throw that revolver .i.i iv.^or I'll put a hole through you.^ ^he^daring i utile thief and cool desperado^thin slowly obeyed the odftcor's rent-^inaml. inking the revolver from hhl^hi lt again, and tossing it toward the^6^terrh OfflcerCollins hurriedly put the handcuff*on him, and looking n'sBMt,^he saw the ether man galloping In^^wards him with dravn revolver. This^man v.as held at bay llrst, und then^disarmed In the same trauner as was^Snlple. Bothnu n wire brought to the city^at a late hour on Saturday night, una^placid in Jail until yesterday after- ,^noon, when they continued their Irln i^tn Hutte on the :! o'clock Irate. Col^MM hired two men to drive ih- e:ntlo^back to their owners. Sixteen ^)' lie^cows belong to Thoinas Father, M .^^to a man named Lindsay, near Kr nch^gulch, and five of them belong to |^Pi te Deneau of French gulch. The^Imnd was tak'ii through hero in ihe.ifiii^f two men yesterday after*^noon. itis u certainty thiit these iwe ii-s- peralemen w ill be-severely dealt with^hy the law. a* their resistance of me^^rest will add to the heinousne** of^their original crime. ANACONDA WINS AGAIN. Tile II,one Ten in Win* lllc Inline. H^la 4. Thebase ball game at Athletic field^| yesterday lietwccn the 'Dotal ..ink^team of Hutte and th^ Anacondas,^was nor a* well patmnitod a* thi^game deserved. Thi- grind stand was^only hall' tilled When it ^houM have^been crowded. It is Hue Ilie game^w as somen hut one-sided, bin at I he^saijie time there were some m^'iI plays^made .mil worthy woik was done b)^the players of both teams The win!^and dust ai linns was mosi unpicas-^unt to the players, and was the cause^' of a numlHT of error* which otherwise^would not have been mad' Howard^l.loyd caught a great game for the^Butte team, lulihing Davis until th^BBVsalB Inning, and Wright, who was |iui iii lo slllisl'lllle I ia\is. for the last three inning*. If Wright had^beta put in the box at an eatlier mage^. of the cam,' the home team would^I not have had *uch an ca*y walkov r.^Andrews, for the noun team, kept up^Ins reputation by pitching an excel^^lent game, not seeming to lire In 'he^least. Six times the ^(haul l.u.-k^^team was retired with n goose^I while the home team scored ever]^! time, e/lth the exception of the^seventh inning. Two nice double plays^^ wire made the ball each time being;^inn-sod from short to second and from secondto Hrat. Center Fielder .inns^of the ^flood l.in k team, played a^tirsi clear, game throughout, batting^, well und fielding his portion With mi^eaj error ft, in the fifth inning while^i Jones v.its ill bat the Hist finger of^his left hand was struck I^^ th. i all^| and badly mushed. Notwithstanding^this, he raught some ditlicuii Hiee la^the latter purl of the game. The fame^was I very Interesting one. Srthn'lgh^I not so radttag aa it would him been^If ii had been more evenly contest ,|.^The weak spot In the ^Iloud Lin k '^team was in t lo ir battl rj - Thefollowing is the score by in-^b'lngs: AnacondaI1T4|I#1 %^M HiMidLuck looloo^o o^ I Theboys in Itulle will have to stl'l furtheratrengtben tbelr team before theyi an pla\ ball fttK11aafully with^the Aiiacoiulii team. Korllrst-i lass vik in bhraeai if aalHaggo to Kugan ^ Luplea. Forreliable plumbing, go to J a.^Haaley, 111 ^ mk si reei UNIQUEENTERTAINMENT. BjeaaVhelHIn ahaielleil hy Biicham's Pills VanCamp* Macaroni and Cheese. $7'inow buy* a Columbia, the best^bicycle made. Hie L. A. King. THEGOLD COIN MINE. A r.noratile Krport I* (itrrle'l to Ito- ggggt TheCincinnati BhejUtrer publishes^the following Item of news concerning^the Cold Coin mine, which la located^In the ileorgetown district, and Mr.^.lanns M. Cilenn. who is Interested In^it: .Fame*M. ^llenn, who has Jusl re-^turnoil from Montana, had a large^,'iiidl^tice yesterday on Change Utter-^Bated In examining two n.iggets of^gold that he brought back with him us^a sample of the gold turned out from^111^ Colli Coin mine. 17 miles from^Ana onda. the mine that in largely^owned by Cincinnati iapitul. One of^the nuggets was fresh from the CTU- ribte,and contained H,fM worth of tlT.'itine roIiI. The other was smaller,^being worth but |:!X. The Cold Coin^mine is about in shape now to stump^out loo tons of ore a day. Mr. Qlejin,^on Ids return, stopped at the Hlack^Hills to leok over the ground of the^Hlack Hills Water ^i Mining company.^In which a number of Cincinnati peo^^ple are also Interested. He says that^the pros|Mct* in the Hlack Hill* an^^ginal, but that ore y ields }.^^ to $X per^ton there, whir.. In the other mine,^the yield Is better, often as high a*^Ml. Forsanitary plumbing, steam and^hot water heating, see Young ^ Dciell. Whenin Hutte lunch at Sherman's. Time*ol Itefri'Hliing. Uev.Hugh King BftttVOrod a powerful^addles* In the Auditorium yesterday^afternoon, taking for his text Jere^^miah vNLi ^The harvest Is past, the^^Ummer is ended and we ure not^saved.^ He sal 1 that every soul In Ati-^acoinla was either saved or unsaved: Chronographs Will I'.f Sold This Week TwentyPer Cent. Off .ifffuiarI'ritc.Pi if^ TUi* WifW $200.00KiO.IMI^120 00^T-.'.OO^40.00^14.40 $260.00Split for^^200.00 Split for^ldO.OO Split for^!K) 00 Split for^.10.00 Split for^1H.00 Split toe Others,in proportion. Paira teg [, r MaBt clou aal Call nn.l t:.^^Bllte. KEPPLERJEWELRY CO IMmain ^t asacoxda. HoataaaHotel Qeeeta Are Teealed in u let-iliirioilHl'^ rlio lllilllee. Thesucsts at the Uoatana hotel ami^1 their friends, to a number lunVlenl la Ii inn ^l its spacious parlors, wer, Uisi nighteatertained by the ^ hired quar- lettewhich Is here under tin , baigr of^Senator K. W. Vest. The aggTegallon^halla from St. I.ouis and consists of iRobert Warfleld. I years old. William^WargeM If yegri old. who are broth^^er*. Albert Warfleld. II yonrs old. a^cousin of the other two boys, and Sam-^; uel l,i \ I. their uncle, who has tin-^, youngsters in truining. itoliertund William play tin mando^^lin, Albert plavs the hanj^t'iiio and iLevi plays a double necked mandate,^Their execution on theee Inatrumenti Iwns done in perfect prei Ision of time,^and they played selections with such^expri ssloii that all present were eajggd*^ly uiuuzed and pleased. They also sang^. a number of old-time minstrel melo^^dies, as well as sonic late sintimentHl^1 and comic rone*. William, cspieiallv,^has il voice of exceeding riclllli **. Lit^^tle Robert did some good st^p-dum Ing ami ertnonatrated wonderful ability forone so young in his singing of^^coon^ songs. It was a general iiin-^st sus of opinion that these boys are veritablepredlgtei In the art of m,id-^cm minstrelsy. Theliiianl of equgUggtloa 'ill meet^in AiUM-onda on M^'inlay and Tins-^ng| Meh week und long^! each veek. IfaoeenggfTi until the buptueea ii eom. plcted.Those having Inis'ne** wlih^tin- beard should amyear on Monday or Tuesday of the wwk. All H|H'1I-^; cations for reduction of valuation*^should be verllieil by oath showing^Ihc fails on which it is claimed the reductionshould be aMde, and the npplieiinior agent should appear be^^fore the bonrd for examlliaXiim. The^board contludea its duties on the eet-^ond Monday of Augusi. VanCamp's Macaroni and Clieeae.^THE RUN TO OEF.R LO OG f awaejtyeggejelpegad Mint Tiir^ ah iimt a |,t,nit'it lime. TheIn at bieycla rtgb had a most^pleasant run to licer Lodge yesterday.^The distance, mioguflll by tic cyclom^^eter*. I* a Utile oxer '.'X mile*, and It^wa* made both wavs in two hours and^:i half. A short n st was tuken at ll.u e^Track, which is about midway of the^distance. About I'll Joined In the run.^and they arrived In Deer Lodge in time^to sec the finish of the road race feaag^Hutte The club took dinner it the^Scott house Inn lindint, that thai hos- lett)was hoy retted an account of the^employment of Chinese labor, they^transfi rred their patronage to the^MrBame) hotel, where they look *up-^per aDuring tin at!'moon they attended^the ph nlc grounds, w here C. A. Ili rnuk^wa* the easy winner of a mile and a^half race, which tlclof J can kg] arlth It^* gfftgg of HI worth of merchandise At^the pavilion tiny tripped the light fan^^tastic with bloomer girls, who were^there In profusion. The boys arrived^home without any mishap at almut II)^o'clock in th^ evening and n ported^that a delightful day * sjsirt had been^enJo^ ed. ButteHair..^Sp . iuI ran train on K.. A A ^' ^^ i-^way. will leave Anai-onria for .utte^race* every day. except Sunda it I K^p. m.. making the run In in minutea^ghlUialng leave Butte at t:M p. in.^Tkki'.e Rood on above train*. |LN lor^the round trip. ^wTim* Table ^.. .%. * I'. Itr. NoteImportant ^ hana^* in tiabX mi^B . A. * V. i all way. effective Sunday,^j July ir,th. See corrected aih '.J-o on^I another page. 1 THEGOSPEL PREACHED TheHarvest la Past, the Sum^^mer Is Ended. ANDWE ARE NOT SAVED Failure*in the Uvea of Ministers Are^Matters or Congratulation to Infidel*^-Three Men Who Started Right^and Achieved Ureatneaa. Inthe prelude to his ncriimii in the^Auilltoi iuni last night the 1;. . Mr^Kusler oi the M. K. church spoke of^three young men who started right.;^The three men referred lo and whose 1^careers he sketched are President Mc-^Klnli v. I'.lshop McCabc and Ihshop^Karl Cianston. Referringto a subjei t which |M ion-^^Idered appropriate, he said: W'hen-^evi r a .1 inias arise* or gains admittance^to the pastoral ofHre and falls, the campof Intldellly Is wide n lo I - eeivetilm and set him to ,\.,rk ib - .^iioiim dig the Chrl*tiau r. Ilglon.^Allium; iii' 111IuI. I licturcrs in this na- Iii hi tn-day .Vi ure proved t^ have 1n mlnisttiswho were driven from their^churehea and would hnv^ been without evilIntluence had not iiitidelily taken^them up and set ilnm to work xllllfy-^Ing Christ, the pure *ml the holy ' Theteal for tile sirni'iu was taken^(ram Matthew, xxvii . I i. This^text bring before u* Held* ol gol I and^precious gem* of far greater \alin than^ever were found in Africa or In far-off^Au*tralla. It i* remarkable how In^^tense ihc human heart longs after gold.^The great Amtrtcan Desert was strewn^with human boms of the fallen who^perished while endeavoring lo reach 1^the Rolil fields of California. The^same is Hue about Africa and Austra^^lia, and to-day Alaska Is causing the^same thing upon a turgor scale, but It^is In Id for u very short time The^gold that our text In digs to view I*^precious forev^if und will never pass^away. It is the eternal treasure Tinpa who have the turkey buzzard^ii Ml i n 11 \ lor evil are not pure In heart,^and It will mil do lo claim that It la' simplyImMhed a* news There, ure Iboat a ho arc a - i iigi r to Iind out some i^new si iimlul as the olid of evil omen i^lo Iind some new inn ass These are dangerouspeople, and should be dis^^couraged in their work Christ Incul^^cates tin sj'ii it of morality, Tin ra is^all the difference between the outward^show of in,mils and the spirit us there isIn Iwseg gI clothes and china, t. r Christshows that thought makes tin-^soul impure ns well us action We^suppose we are doiiiK will whin we keepHom evil art lege, but Christ^shows us that unless thi (ouatala Is pun-are are Impure The joy of heaven^was taught by Christ und miliums^tasted il and hale mine to heav-n re-^Jolrlng, und millions more arc on the way. Th free luacg is always good and^freak at Crystal saloon, corner I'ark undc, dar, WhatChristianity Has Done. rean da is CftRirriAriUED.^Tin changes recently wrought In^Ugands thnmck the effort! of the^Christian missionaries have bees most^remarkable n is only in yean ugo^that the king of that country ord red^thai all tin- Christian* In the land^should le killed. Th^ order was exe^^cuted wiih brutality; some were Inn- rlhlymutilated, some leetarod in Iha stocks,at one thus H were burued^alive. The executioners ooafaaesd lo^the king that the f hrlstiun* did not die^like other men: liny died without re-^tbstsace, praying for their fellow prls-^oiiers mill their executioner*. The^blood of the martyrs ha* once BsSCS^been the seed of the i hurch. Men.^women and children came for baptism^and were received Into the church. In^time a political revolution followed^and the king was deposed and exiled^Later he beesmi u Christum. and whenEngland's protectorate eras es^^tablished ever the country lii ISM he^whs restored lo the ihrone. The coun^^try wa* saved by the gshf and fore-^slgtit of the missionaries. Fufmi I ly^l'ganda was ruled by Arab slave-trad^^ers; It reeked tn blood, and was the^scene of perpetual strife. Now. under^th^ iniluenie of Christianity and en^^joying the protreturavtt of Bnfflnnd all^is changed, Slavery has been abolish^^ed w lih Un consent of i he ililcls law^orib r and decorum ,ire\ail. woman oc-^^ iipies gg honorable position, and a^gisid degree of civilisation prevails^AN (IRCAN-HI lLDINll I'RKACIIKH Annus,the ntatty und snterptistng citydown in Qeefyjlg lti.it is now at^^tracting u gisid deal of intention, has^a pnachef who is gol only succesiful^an it Saver of soul*, but has won , on-^sldi ruble ,1ep,nation as a bull ler of^church organs. He is Rev, Dr. W. II^Young, pastor of tin Hirst BsptkM^church In that city Aboul n year ago^the church aaeassi lo erect a new houseot w orship inn] i lieu Dr. Voiing^made the proposition that if tin church^would put up a t-O.OOU house ,,t wor^^ship he would build for it u SKnon m^gan. Tin- proposition was accept d^and it leegpected that both i hurch and^organ will be completed by September^and will be ready for use Atthe age of !^ years Dr. Young was^all organist and played w P The^church a'hkh he attended in Baltimore wasblown down and a Contrart VSI letlo build a new organ Or, Tuung oftenwatched |hd men n iro n work^in the factory and he look to It at once,^seeming lo have a natural aptitude fat^that v. ork. Not long after tha' he^secured a poestksa in the organ factory^and In t ame un expert organ builder^He set him up ^ factory of his own I^ai.d fo,|.mid that work DM I^ u us^11, entered the ministry and while he^was pastor of one church he was build^^ing organs in his fado.j. The prom*^from his organ factory were given,^through hi* church, to the caune of^ml** Ions. WHAT1.1. D STixiD FOR Aneminent ^esti h divine was in his^yi^.'h regarded bp the villagers srhata^he was brought up as a ^gay, wild^lad.^ one day ha Jumped Into an old^woman's garden and commenced to^pluck the berries off the hushes, ac^^cording to the LoPdel Telegraph. The^old woman grave chase, whereupon he^leaped the dyke, and ws* soon scud^^ding up the road, the old woman ycll-^jag 't^rhim Yi lang-legged deevll!^I'll sort ye for this yet ' Yiarsafter he took the gasjsaa of^LL. D.. and. prea'hlng fca hi* nativn^village, he oliserved the old lady in the^congregation. At the . |os. ^t 'h- ser-^\\^- he sent the besdle to say he tn^^sired to speak to her. After some talk^she inquired th^- meaning of the ' LL^D.^ after his name nh.said he. with a waggi^h look^in h's eye. ^do you not remember dab^^bing me that yourself on the day I^plundered your garden^ Thewords came hack to the oM^woman * mind, and with a gleam of^horror on her face, she retired Cg-^claiming. ^Well. I never:^ ami nun- i resolved she would be more^, led with her tongue in the future.^WORK REM AIM St', I NDOME.^Kev. A. Wlnnlngion Ingram In a re-^' it address in London pointed out the^^^.tnees of the chur h's undone work^iinre. Me said that it is mu passage*^nn n to discover that mil ,,f .'.imni work-^piople In a fsctor) there are only lb or four making sn| pnifeaslon ofChristianity. s^^ to,, wlih !*^^*^Looking through tin .ui.t.-r of l.nnu^namaa. he had found marked against^MS of them tin letters tl N..^ which^mean* ^Ones now Int.- If the great^mass of London . inl.lr. n chuck re^^liefer!, ' as liny ^ all it. us *oon a* they^go out Into th^ world. Ii is ohvioos,^he said, that far nun. strenuous ef^^fort* must be mggr to deal with sack^a state of things It i- Mr Ingram s^Is-llef that the liny* ..I London are^pinctioiilly pagans i u tin many ad^^mirable agon, tes for th, moral edu^^cation nf these voiiii^ l.-athen. the^chuii h lad's brigade was mimed as the^best organisation ever framed le meet^the almost overwhelming problem of^ivei ^ Th regal i r discipline andHe e*|le imps of the brigade* makethe lads gcceaelble to religious^influences, and lead to break down^the miserable traditions of the work^^shop and factory IHSSKNTKKSWERE RECOQNIIBD. Forthe first linn in Kngland since^church establishment, dissenters were^la cognized at a public and ofllclal ser^^vice at St. Paul's cilhcdial In Lond^ti^on th^ occasion of the uueen'* Jubilee.^We*ie^aiis. Preebytertana, Indepead-^cuts. RapUets were recognised as as^^sisting the bishops and dean.! by their^presence, and inun enfm mist ministers^aided in uiclnan sen iocs In other^cathedral* in the pmjajtr) It was no^more than a sat labia recognltloa, re^^marks the imp 'pendent conssdsrlng^that nonconformists nun.bet full half^of the populat on. THESALVATION ARMY dsn*|siBooth of the Salvation army^In an appeal the other day for ^50.000^t^ earn on and extend the manifold andeared work of the organisation at^homo und abroad, static that then an^now (.ltd Sarps of the Salvation army^In various pans of the world, with I- -^HI olhcers. In the l ulled Kingdom^alone there arc |,SU corps, under the leadership^^f i.eM oin, , r*. The .ns-iai^work Is represented al hosae by 142.^und alitoiid li\ ^:IM shell. ; s, slum posts,^r,serve In,mes lnb..r hm.au*. factories^and farm colonl-'s. 1.4'iti fallen females^were received In the 'ugllsli rascae^home* during the paal 12 monihs, of^s/hoeji t .'.'4 tm i.oil oat sreM in the^same perks] :;::.!!.;*7 im als were sup^^plied ut the cheap rood depot-, while Shelterwas offered to I,.v07,llg persons.^io.iiihi in,, tings were held Keenly In^buildings on tin- highway, aheravel^Salvatiiiin ist corps ^ xlsi. and were at^tended by f..'inn.nun pislple; .Ml.ll ill i i^^^newspapers and other nubltcatHlSM be^^longing to the army were used. Tim nrganlatlost holds freehold ami !ees^^hold property in lb^ I nltcil Kingdom^of a pros, nt eslinuit d value oi ^.1*2.Rl 1^4s 2d. ' n \ est nn its tie,,| loan- amount^to C1HIU Ids tub By ^ elf ^denial sfforl^the n 'tubers of the Salvation army^almoal entlsgly po, r i*eople have b en^able io raise annuulh Laii.inhi ANi^LI^ CHI'RCH-4K^ER.^The old, -d , Imrcli-i.o. r in Scotland Is^Mrs. Miller, a woman if In.' veins, who^i. sides in t he Mib Kml diet rli t of i ;i i-^goo. she eaa burn in Kenmore, a^Perthshire village, in ITS^, when Bums^was slill willing songs in Dam fries, i;ge 111. was king, ^ml when I'm, fatand ^urha * re *iius in parlia^^ment. During her long life sin has^never hud u sereaui Illness, an I It is h t^proud boast thui. within her reonllec-^llon, she lias nevei n.isso.i a Bunds)^from church. She has been i lifelong^abstainer, but for the last 4^ ) an she^gas besa a devotee of My Lad) Nico^^tine.^ clay pip.s and ^hsgfk twist^ Ic^^ing her (avoritea. WHY III! Dll' NOT CONDEMN HIM^a bishop . I tin- .Methodist i hurt h argl^pteuclilng a s, rmon on the vanity of^dress, and Inrldeatajly alluded lo peo^^ple who wore velvet and gold .irna- mealaAfter the ssrmoa a distin^^guished member of hi* conference ap^^proached him and said: ^Now, bishop.^I know yog were striking ut nn . for I^have a velvet est and a heavy watch^chainV The bishop smiled, passed his^hand over the vest, touched the chain,^and then said, with a merry twinkle^111 his eye: No. really, lirother II for^the Md you wear Is only cotton vel^^vet, und I am half persuaded that your^watch chain is l.ta**' THECOPPER CITY %^^ %*^%^, a^V^*vay%%%%%%% %% % % % -i %%%%'ev% %%,%%, V% %a^ ve^%-%, eg. %^^^%a^V%^fyf^y% jyarching Orders IIWi:BEEN GIVEN EveryReady-to-Wear Garment^in Our House TheyMust Go ATSOME PRICE LOTI Ladies'Suits itonly, all good color*. MhMf and^Kton Suits You have seen I hem at^I.VO0 to 110.00. Choice of the lot Capes 40elegant Silk and Velvet Cap'1*. *old^at I1.V00 to $:::, nn Your choice of th^lot $10.00 SilkWaists r.oiilihpekS Mots, riaid* und l-'itov^Silk*. *old up to $7 io You must gM^them. At $375 SailorHats Woalv^lailb'*' Sailor*, r-gulii guallty, Daring ihi* pala they 4'o at IOC LOT2 Ladies'Suits LOT3 Ladies'Suits IXonlJ Hl^ hChecksand plain Merges^nly^^mr very best sulta Th v1 ^^^ ^ 'cream of the stock sold at llj.0n to 117on. Yum . holee while they last|:^.oo. Your choice now SlO.OO SHIRTWAISTS 10doien^All new goods sold at 11.00 to IISt. Your choice as* Anotherlot still b tier sold at $150 to 13.00, Your ^ hone fot PARASOLS AboutM Parasols and Sun Shades, all^good atyle*. Take your choice at Just^One-Halt of Hrgstar Pzlr* WRAPPERS ' iloien Penal- Wrappers, all good^k'hlle they .'lilts, worth up to 11.50. W^last EXTRASPECIAL . hoys' Suits, axes 4 to 14. aokt up to^It .11. All go this week at one pMce DUCKSKIRTS IIonly -White and Linen Color. They wont be with u* long. At . St.M Don'twait for your liicmls to toll you how choap wo are soiling all Summer^(ioods, l^ut eonic early Momlay mornia| and Mt for yourself. %%%%%%%V-e^o%'V%%%'%V^%V%%%^ay% TheCopper Cit^ ANACONDA,MONT. MANHEIM'S ANACONDA.MONT, THE BLUE BIRO. ky AKlinl of blue fill* nenili lb Amidthe merry May!Inn .^A Hi Ins aeni HghNWtagsd and shy, rfiijeilngIts brief slaytUna. NewSSfCbed upon an sMsr PpTa)^Thst Isnd* beneath Its llghtne**, it(reel unto the dstrp Asoft and Miiddeii briahtiu s.-. Anilfrom Ma little UslSBnang thr.wt. Oegpss^Twitter isrltt-r. initio!^A sweet, a swift, a slender note. Hutnever one ilnti's bitter. ashsary resss ihsi teiis af parhsgi Atro.-y dawn gad after.^The busy bluebird Carolina^A sons uf love ami laiiKhter. Bt.Niebola EVANSOPERA HOUSE. .iiilivM 101 IKK. Msasgar. PinNnilit leM.i ConmenciifWEDoESDAY. July 28. U^The Veriscope Pictures oflli* f.m ^ i- i-imlni het^res CORBETTand FITZSIMMONS atr^r^'^ii Ni^Tlir only trii^' aii't m.ilnirixitl Veri-'-opc Pl lurraumlt-r ill** MiMiafmi'Dt nr Ihi* \^ru*^ii|M' ONMM lun A Mimr! DiaiiMffrr^^t^lle^r^ ^iOrt^nt^ K^fr*wl Hr^:a #1 U^^H^^ta on -ale. T tf^tti) moraisg at hmith l;rug mi,.',:! a Mnre^, \ il gt-ollitfl. ...WETSALE... \%a%*%%va*i DON'TMISS IT ttVtt*%%%-ov%^. $15,000Worth of Wet Goods FOR ioCents on the Dollar Geta WET CIRCULAR ANACONDA CI.AMHFIKDBfBINEW DIRECTORY. Pl.l'MIIIK.. pIXilHINil.Sitain snd HoT~Water^lleulinK l^ilnut^^ furnished on applica^^tion. Address J. A. HAJUV. Ui Oag^i nit, Vi n il i Moot. rnvninNtt. Lilt N 8 bNVUKK rtirslctan.ind Surgeon of Bt. Ann'i^Hospital OfficeNext tu Montana Hotel.^Aaaeasasa. MassV | P.I- 8T JUAN. M. D.. C. M. HIRHKnX To ST. ANN HOSPITAL. Oflleeover Standard Drus To. Resldene^^sio Hickory street, uffit* hours, mm te 1!^a. in I 30 lo I und 7 to 9 p. m. Hosplta, hour*.^:.in to 1ID a. m. dully. J.M. IUOH, M. Du. PHYSICIANAND SI ROEON.^31^'^ K. Park avenue. Office hours: Ito II a. m.. ; to 4 and 7 to I p. ra.^Residence. 401 West Third street. mimhi. tyrots. IHANK KENNKDY, JIHTIi.'K UK THE PaUCsV Hootn11 Shields Building, Mont. VI X IkiNimViU'sT WilliamL. Regt M B rtrownlee. R. C.^Cbambrrs Marcus Ualy. P. K.^SirR.ant. W II. Thornton. flOGE,DALY ^ CO., Bankers ANACONDA,MONTANA.^Buy snd erll Dcmntlc snd For. Isn^Chana* and Irai sset a ' I'm rnl !t ir King^Buslner*. Collections promptly sttel i^ta. Eichiinsf drawn on London Kdin^bti'gh. Glasgrw Dublin, Belfast Part*,^Hamburg. Berlin snd all the leading^cities of Kurope COKUFSPONDENT8 Nation*!Park Hank N.w Tork OmahaNational Bank Omaha FirstNational BankBt Psal Walls,F i ran a Co den Frsnrise.i UtahNational Bankogden Bog*Brownie* A Co Butt. LaribleBros. 4 Co Deer Lodge $$ $ SAVE $ $ $ A|*'or Mower or Hay Hake is always Ketilnk out of ^# r. causing loss oftune. Ins* ^^f inoin y THHCROWN MOWER Hun*sinooihiy. cut* seen and never gets nut gf or |. r Make a good stsrt^and i-uy u Crown this yeitr THETHOMAS MAY RAKE Iseveryw here conceded the I* st llak^ Farmer* v, ho us iln-s. nipl- nients^can get their hay CTDg put up gBicgeT and with |e^* truuldc Wei an do hotter utth ^ou in 'luxate*. Harness and all kinds of linpl -^nn nt- as carry the largest stock In the county. J.T. CARROLL CO., EastPark Avenue, Anaconda. AnacondaLivery Stable D.O. IWOWNELL, Pnprliier.^Bufgtes, Horses an 1 Saddlis for HI, ^ ^a^ UNIONIRON WORKS BUILDER5 OF MININGMACHINERY BanFrancis o. C alifornia. SENDFOR CAT4L0ULES. AliofV-tppi-' l'i^ad^nffT B^.tM*- ai^lK*- pnoB LlQP roaiia'll'Ria. Biasd'-^wilh Mil tTBtna. Oftrtaad Miblc Fmt btr^^rt, AisMuntta. Trya Standard Want Adv. JtHTIC!: OK T11K. PEACB. It:Main street. Anacorda. Collsetssag Sionuitlyattended to. ^^^t Nolle*to t'estrset.rs. Bidswill Is- received at the city clerk's^ofti.,. in the etiy of Anaconda for the con^^struction of .'.Tin feet of tgdaeh newer, up^to ; o clock p in. on the Id day of Au~^v; Th.- plans and s|^ecltlcatlona^in.i\ he s.., n at the city clerk * office.^INBTHrfTtONg TO BIDDKR^^addrsas your l.l.ls ,o tha City Cleric^ot* tag ,'it^ of An.iionib. :State distinctly ihe price per run^^ning fool fur which you will do the work^wlnn the materials are furnished by the^city, or state the entire amount or price^per foot for which you will go the JSSw^- clearly and plainly.^Hga your asm*- and give your ad^^dress or place of holiness,^t leal your bid and write upon the^itskss Mid r^r ^ 'instructing Extension^to Main Sewer. Kmios. with your bid a certified^- h . k for JT, per cent of your bid. Th.-city council reserve* ih* right te^reject and or all bid*.^My order of th. city council. TOXCART.^City Clerk City of Anaconda. Wellesaf ssseaaagj *f Kowalisatln Boas*. NoticeIs hereby given that th. aeaess-^ment book ot Deer lssdge i oilillj. easts '^of Montana, has been completed by the^assessor of said county and has been de^^livered to the county clerk of said coun^^ty, und that the board of county com ml*-^plotter* of said county will meet aa a^hoard of equalisation to equalise assss*.^ments on the third Monday of July, ISM^and continue in smston Moadaye and^Tuesday* of each week until tbelr labor*^^ omplcied unless th.-lr business re^^quire It, wan they sjfll meet In contlnu-^0^is session!^ i W fatidthis in* dsA ofaJuly. ISM. ~*^^ MARTIM. Cterkf Uaer-I of Commission.rs, TheLadies' Friend Dr.DflVills-8 fVnc^Xonsy TdgUtfA hw* ^n,t mu Trim gg SO s*r sea. Baa* kf^smii. MriuehrjswMaa. *s ^st soaeass. gar sals^Ml. by tk. STiSviMb I'aOa CO., asassaaaj^Bsak