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THE ANACONDA ST AX DART): Fill PAY MOUSING, JULY 30, 1897.
ANACONDANEWS. HTERRIBLE ACCIDENT On*Man Killed and Another^' Badly Injured atthe lower works MSOf THE KLONDIKE LetterReoeived From Dawson CityDated June 18th. rwoMan WMK ^n*e**d In the Work^of Cleentna^ Out ^ Flua Are Uaurht^bj_^ Tolujn* of Felling Brick -^xm One 1* Smothered. ;v Alaattntkble arrldfnt eiocurrcd at^the lower works yesteriia^ afternoon^as a result o( ^hl^ h a is^ede nann-d^due Johnson Is lying at rndertak^r^F.aret'* eatables^!*, nt liurni .1 aliin .-t^le a crtsp. asat ^ ye una man named^Amos B. Moarn* Is at the hogpltsl In^% serloun condition o^h-ansa were single It Is ron-^aleared that Johnson waa over 40 years^of age. He wax a ^wede. He lived^alone In a shark and boarded in res^^taurants. Monro*it about 30 years old Mr^recently runt from Batsvla. S. Y^wbJBIl la X miles east ^^r IhilTale. and^has been In Anaconda .n-l^ two ^^ k-^,Xfc^sa two men were engaged, m-^gatker with a number ..t other work-^^JfJML taking the dust from one of the^fHS from the ralclti. ni--s m hi.^HHaf'nHI 1 ^ Uy the light of a torch^MW^- taw f)^r they were rem.nine^tne flne-dusi .'i ^ h' e I!^ari s A^plank ^as laid len*ih^ii^e ef the i\^on which they would run their wheel^^barrows. It seems that the acclieel^ooturred by the falling of the walls of^the flue. The dual they were handling^la very hot, so hut in fait, that It^would wry soon set Are to a pteca of^wood dropped Into it. Monroe stated^how It happened In the following^words Johaaonand I were the only ones^that were in the flue at the time the^accident occurred. We were both^ahovellng dust Into the wheelbar^^rows. The first think we heard was^^ little noise of dirt railing, und as^we looked up to aee what Ix ^^^. Hon^. XeVoaa a crash a^ of bricks falling. We^-^^*oth nao^ e Jump for the opcnlim of^til* rtue. JobASon lumped aheail cf^use, and that eras the last I saw of^turn. The dual rose up in thick ^uUk.^ami. there erg* no draught lu ike It^mmmy. mi we war* Isith completely^Winded. I got ag far as the opening,^where I was knocked down by the fall-^log brick and held there by a pile^of It which fell upon my legs. I^^houted for help until I was relieved, j^and I heard Johnson call help, help.'^twice, after whist I huud him groan-^lac In such aJnaaner that 1 knew lio^was dying. I was soon released from^lay position and brought to tin lion- !^pltal That a ail T can amy about It. Theother workmen thin n moved^the brick and dust as fast as possible,^but before they could reach ihe unfor^tunat* Bwede. death had relieved his^Intense suffering. Johnson s death Is ,^perhaps as much duo to suffocation as^It la to the burns he received, although^the fore part c^f his scalp is burned^away, and his body, legs and hands^are badly burned. *^Monroe's feet are badly burned, and^his legs are badly contused below the^knees He strained one leg In his ef-^forta to releaae himself before help^arrived. Ills left hand Is also burned.^Monroe has been hoarding with Mrs.^L^ond. who keeps the Merrlma. board^^ing houae on Front street. Johnsonworked on a section of the^Montana l'nlon lallway this year un^^til May '^^. since which time lie lias^been engaged at the lower works,^where he came to this unfortunaie end. Aninquest to inquire Into the fact*^and circumstances auriotindliiK the^deeth will be held at ^ o clock this^morning at the city hall before Judge^Fitzgerald. _ Thevery finest cigars and whiskies^served over a bar at the Crystal Ha-^loon. cor. t'edar Kt. and Park Ave. J.H. Meyers, formerly of the Chi^^cago dye works, has started a fit at -^^ lass clothes cleaning estubllshm^ni at^111 Main street, basement of the Ox^^ford. Good work guarantied SHE TOOK ADVANTAGE OfHer Mother's Absence and she A'*^^Took Rrnjaniln. Thefollowing special dispatch came^from Helena last evening: BenjaminW. Thomas and Miss Anna^tllbb of Anaconda were Married this^afternoon at the court Boost by Judge^Sydney H. Melatrr*. Mr.Thomas has u position In the^Anaconda Copper refinery Miss Ulbb^went to Anai onda from Missoula a ft m^month* ago. Her mother is aald to he^In the Kast at present, and Anna told^a friend here that she had given her^parents no notice of he* intention to be^married. She gave her age aa lit, but^she appears younger. NO CHARITY HEREAFTER EapeaoatAr* N^ Mlgk That IBM ^!^ M Baas*^Nisi Ktont.iulrr. Themerchants of Anaconda have^really grown sulky over the proposed^raise In their aasesamcnts. and they^hare concluded to make some effort at^retaliation In an Indlteet way In turn^^ing a deaf ear to all Babecrtptlon so^llcltor* alth whom th^\ say they have^hitherto been very liberal Theywill do this on the score of^economy and for the reason that the^tax** and license, together vuih the^other exi^enses of running a buslneee,^which they claim are so hign . . i ;., I^them to pursue a pottr] al retrench^^ment. In order to be Just before they^are generous. ItIs understood that the Merchants'^and Business Mens association pro-^po*e* to make It a rule that no me-mbi i^of their institution shall make a do^nation, however small, to any church^^r ether charity, or to any ball, party^or picnic sport or enjoyment whatever,^and that any one who is found gulliy^of offending against this rule will be^required to pay a fine to the treasurer^of the aaaoclation Thismay be coneldered false- ^coiv^orr.j l y some, foi the em oiirag. ineni ofenterprise in this manner often acts^aa It el a movement which eventually |^pays back to the merchant* In profit*^much in. i' than hla suhacrlptlon^pay* back to the merokatii In profits^to have considered the matter fully^an.I th. v ^ 1.1' i r.iltied to carry out^this proisisltton. ItI* underst.N.d to lie their Intention^to publish a long yellow printed notice ofthe provlekM ihus made and post It I_ _,ir. ^^,^.r-# gtipicu^siyj.. e.,h .,f ,he stores. |_|p^ at the yukon mines Then when the sympathy-excltlug .tipple,the irresistible daputatton of^ladles, or any oib i vtrho serk aid In a^good cause conn along, the merchant^can declare how much he would he glad toilonat. If 'i ^^ '^ n t for th tub - . f thea**ociatlon. HartHumber Telia or Hie Exrwrlencee^and Say* the Digging* Are the Rich^^est Ever Discovered He WHtee to^an Old Resident or TTiln City. IfYou Think of Buying a Yoncan always find the lowest^price on guaranteed (roods at I..snrcul Aftflt MERRILLS Mens H-karat ^;..: i Watches with fln*^17-Jearel raoveeaet ts at MS aid fX. VanCamp s Micaroni and Cheeie. Hrglnningto-day and on each day^except fluidity until the i lose of the^races at Butte, the Montana l'nlon^will sell special excursion tickets to^Butte ami return, good going on the^train hi emu vnncouda at II .Mi a. m.,^and returning on the train leaving^liutb at 9 -'^'^ p. in., at one dollar. s it CALDBRHKAD,^il i'aascnger Agent. M.iiis'(.lehratid Ice creams, only^sold ul Pick Turner's, 104 Catat his^PCCULIAR HOLLER.^^Il Sal li.josil His t'oniin! asd (^^t Him 10 AntonMornn ard Mike Cherocberh^were tried hefore Ju.lgc Fltxgeral I ye-^terdav sfteraooa on the rhurge of its-^turhliiK thi peace lij making unusual^noise*. It developed during the course^of the trial thai the unusual tiols ^^^.insisted of a ^pecaNar holier which^Moran had been making the night be^^fore on the street. Th.i two young men are Austrian*,^and it wis difficult for th. m, i *|h . lally^Moran. to make themselves understood.^The case wag not I rtou* one against^L'herecheck, and he was discharged.^1 but Moran had to pay tin and ^. Ms lor^Ins ^peculiar holler. Itwas like paying for the whistle for^the |ie. ulii'r sound which this man is^.apubl.' of emitting is mote like a^whistle than an exercise of bis vocal^.. ids. Th^ noise he makes is esoaed-^t Ingly shrill and tremulous, and gives^one the Impri ssfon that his larynx Is^located In the back . f his n. . some^thing is wrong It may h a unilateral |paralysis of the rteurrsal serve, but Iwhat may not seem so Strang., wheii-^| ever he nets drunk, he suffers from an^i Irresistible UnpulSe to Ji ll III IhlS fal- tettavol.ie Ofleer Powers said that^he ii.id ivurned him on various ccca-^rbwis to overcome this I'.abll at yelling,^hut Ills words of twiriilng had no saTeta^upon Moran. OnWednesday night Moran an i^^'In : ..check hud been up town, where,^they visited a number of saloons, and^heron they got through storaa'a v'k't'.l^, apimrulus was oiled to such an extent^that he simply lost all c.uili.il of It.^He would let it alone and it would yell^Itself, ufflcii Pt)werg stinted out from^the city hall in go up town v. hen ho^In ard the noise, which he at once rec^^..gnlsod to Is th^ ^peculiar In Her^ of^Moratk tjoing In tli^' direction of the^sound he saw Moran and Ills friend^walking down Third street with their^arms linked. While Chefocheek was^talking in a loud ini.nn. r M.uan was cndeavotiugto Interrupt bin, with his Intermittentyells, and dlstuirMaC the quIit of the neighborsi lot five blocksaround hln In doing so. i1.io emun Poweri Irei wsraed taeaa toi ' MN the nols*'. but thev paid no at-^lentloa to hln etc pi lo salute him^w ith louder y. ||i than before Me then^placed them umh uader srreal and^locked tin in n|i in the city Jnll. where^they ri mailed over night. Yi slerduy^I the officer told th- ittdge about Moran'*^' ^tueullur holler'' and the ji: lie lined Imm %\^^ sad eeati for olifaia 11 up. CSgllowers free to ladhs at Ktaiul-^iir.I I 'I uk Co's to-dav. Vun('amp's Macaroni and t'iieese. Whenin Hutti- lunch al Sherman's. he IS badly SQUEEZED. WorkmanIm ttnitly ksjaeed l^v lilting^I'etwe^m Ivto far*.^Hugh l.arkln w is the victim of a^serious a. . I.I. ni at (he upper w ork.,^on We.li . s.lu\ afti neon. Hewn.^ trv in;; to cab Ii hold id a^breck on one of'the cars, vvn-n h-1^Slipped and f. II, HS imis i.adlv crush^^ed In t w i en two . .i; Me w .is In'. .^ ' o^the hospital, where it was round ^Inn^lion.- of his i ihs Mere BTOh* l. slthOUgh^his body was v.rv sore, his ilghi \^\i^was p. uetrnteil to Ihe liope by a ^..|i. Hughl.arkln is a Brother t ^ I1 ^ or-^kin ^d Harrington. Lark In Co. ii.^has worked Bnder Mike Cari i,'n. fore-^man of Ihe uppi r works. for IWS^years thrown twenty feet- llolHe Was Not Nertoualy Injured tf.'rr^All. Allnccblenl happened at the foundry onWnin. sday svealni wnea, al^^though nuite a serious tie. ternilna'e.l^v.iv fortanastly aader the el ream- stsnces. DavidIrons was engaged in the act^ot mending a belt, v lien In sum.' man- o.ih.s clothing bscane fag at in the shaftingand he was thrown forwr*^ I^a distance of :'u 1. , II. did not ruf-^fcr iiom the fall sweat by St H kill J^one leg against a cog whi-el. luulHln^^and cattlag the ibnh considerably. H-^whs taken to the hospital whir.' hln^Injuries vv. r. intended to Ik over Fagati ^ l.upl. n s sioek beforepurchasing buggies or harness. SchilThinn^ Ilendersou have hought^the Chicago d^e house and will relit^and make It u st im dyi ing and el an^ii.c . staldiMimeiii Mr ^'. hlffman ha*^had 15 year*' experience m the liusl-^i nee*. First-class work will b guar^. ' I There Is also a lirst-i laaa tail^^or shop In connection. Mr. Henderson^' will have charge of this d partnient.^^Till be open and ready for business at^lltl Commercial avenue. Aug. 4th. rosttime and eternity- BSMBajinl Ibe i'rr..l.M, rim lli.'r.h Ire^U*lB8 Ahaed.^Rev, Klrg presehed another earneat^sermon last night ft. m the word*. Seekyc first th^ Kingdom of ^leal^and his rlgHtSOUsn. s: ai.d .CI other^things shall at aeMsd sate .m.^^i He |Miint^si out tbe ireat aeessapty^of seeking arter ih. ttrtag* ..r ^;,,d first,^and n..t seeking th. worM with nil^it- fiisclnatit.g tar. I. s Th.se ,hm;,-a^will come to us as we re mire II.an, To-nlgMthe^. singing will be ug dn led I n |v.^^ Keifei. while A l M^'; . gor, the^young IcoachnaB, will steak. Heat*^J arc free and all are mil.. 1 Hutlrll.i..,. S|ieclalrace train on H. A. a P. lu'l-^way. will leave Anaconda for 'iutte^race* every dayday. nt 1 W p.m.. making the run In :* minutes.^Returning. Ieav. Huh.- at ^^ ^ p. SB.^Tickets si o.i a a' v trains, Jl.o-t lot^U^e round trip. HurlHumber. formerly of tl.is sec^^tion, and son of the Hon. Robert num^^ber of Doer Lodge, w rites a letter to^Char1 i Collins of Itnssland. who la^formeily of Anaconda. The letter ^ omes^from the Peal J as region, and con^^tains information which will be Inter^^ring to all Thefolio* Ing ri-jsirt concerning'It Is^taken from the Rossluml Minn ThatI hi i soli li .iM-ernlngthe great^strikes on the Khmdyke have no) been^. xaggerated Is proved by the letter^printed below, which was written from^Dawson City on June IS to Chai I * Col^^lins or this city, by Hart Humber. who^I, It RoKslnnd fur the Yukon lust April.^In company wl,n lJ,n o'itrn u. Mr.^Collins received the letter last night^ard is thinking seriously of Jol-dng lit.^ii. .ids at Dawaon City. Iluintu r evi^^dently has Ih* greatest faith in the Klondvk Bl' fields. Judging from bisstatements It would seem that get^^ting into the country was not so dltll-^L-ull as It has Iscii represent! I Msspeaks of a party of DO that were^going out ubout the line he WBS writ^^ing. They Wen the same .0 that BBBBS^down to Scutile with a ton of gold ivv,,^week* ago anil whose urrlval started^the a^ il. Ineal that I* now so prevalent^concerning the Klondyke. Humberworked for th- Columbia *^West rS railway. but Is |^erhaps^better known to the Kosaland public as^a sprinter. Dan ^ I'Hrten w as one or the^locators of the l'nlon mine and sold his^iniereat in It for a large sum of money^to ihe Walter* company. It wits this^money which enabled him and Humber^to go to Klondyke. TheMeowing Is the letter complete^as I. was received, with u few personal^references omitted: On the Klondyk . Dawson City. N.^W. T, Canada. June 18, 18117. Friend Charlie^Aa 1 promised to^write to you after I gut Into this coun^^try. I w ill now do so. and will try to^give yo'i some Idea of the condition of^things in this region. After leaving^DjSB are hsd a trip full of halrbreadlli^escapes and arrived st Dswson on the^KkMdyke, June 9. We wrre about 75^day* on the trip. We came in at the^very worst time; we should have start^^ed eliher a month earlier or later. 'Iwas the only one in the party^that bad tno nerve to ride through tile^canyon. White Horse rnplds. Five Ftn-^s*rt sad Pink rapids. They aro nil very^dang, ious plaeffl, but I made them ^c^K. I will atari to work to-morrow^morning at $1.50 per hour. 1 will work^w ith pick nnd shovel about thro- weeks^und will then haw u better Job vvllh^the same . -,imi and will gel an ounce^of gold per day (117). 'Tin-reare ut least f,o pe iple going^out on the bout to-morrow. who nine^months ago were hi istb s' (on the hog).^Bad BOW are taklr.K all the way from^| in..to Slon.ono. DsnO'Prlrn and anothermnn leave^to-night might is the beat time to^tiuve! as it is cool and :^s light us day) fora neonlk'i pvaaptcUaf. There Is more money spent over^the bar and at gambling In one night^Bore I ban there Is In lto7slttnd In a,^in.mill. Mesls are |LM and drinks M^cents. Flour last winter was $1 H p r^DOBhd ami kaeotl Mi but BOW Hour Is^L'C (onts and lnn on 75 cents u pound.^It costs .'.^^ centu a pound to hue your^stuff luken out to the mines. There are^more wayu of making money here than^any place I ever saw . 'If you conclude to come up here^you can come on the last boat to St.^Mioh'i !'s. then take the river boat for^Dawson, w hich Is Ihe cheapest and best^way to come In. They only allow you^I '^ pi unds of baggage, so that you can^^not bring any supplies. You can get^outfit* here. Tin temperature was KS degrees in^the shade to-day. The Rag ^ ns out of^sight only one and one-quarter hours^last night. MThis Is undoubtedly Ihe richest^placer i amp ev or strin k. The diggings^are 15 miles from Dawson. One Mon-^^ m.i man took WUtM out of M aajajate^feet Another took $130,000 nut of ^^Sauart r M and there are many more^strikes equally as rich old timers ex^^pect to make new strikes this winter^There Is a growth of eight Inches or^moss nil over the ground which niak^ s^laborious walking and renders pros^^pecting dull, nit 'Ir. ally BeMere that I will make a^slake up here. The mosqultues arc^something awful. Very truly. ''hart humber.' h F..rreliable piumi/ing, go^Hasley, jtr^ oak street. toJ. A Forsanitary plumbing, steam and^hut w ater heating, sec Young A. Den II QUARTERLYCONFERENCE. OfficersV.lerted for (h* New tonrercne-^Vesr. Thelast quarterly confer nee or the^M. K. church ^of Anaconda, when^all elections and arrangem nis las.^place for the new conf. r. ine. whl. h^begins right nfte. the annual i aafer aawato coavasai at iiuttc .vug. tsiii^aeat, ' as d. ni Wedaeeda: evealai llevO, (' Stull. presiding ehii r of th.^Helena district, was in the chair. Full^reports were given by all departments^showing a mark. 1 increase over last^year: 107 new members hav e been taken^in on *l^hs I WO during the' year. 40 by^letter and H from probation, riaklnz^in all '*^^ new members for th ^ year.^The ehurck ha* paid In all about $vi 000^for the yar for n: llgloiis aork. Its asaeeoleairoBeotkMu win be neariv fourfoldthat of any prev I..us v. ir^thu* indicating U the Metheslist world^tie prosperity of Annelida. Th' pastor In hi* report SKBvn I^gr.at gratttud' lor the princely gin of^Mr. Hog in the new parsonage and aid^towar.tr ti^' new church, and the' fait^that so many were ao favorable t^^ v. i , tateravBM under wa^ for the e\^tension of th work. TheAnaconda circuit has bo B or^^ganized during the year, and It I* ex-^p.ete.i that aeaae tinanciai niu win be^given t.. ihls work by th* annual con^^ference Three Sabbath sch^h^l^, and^icaching plaev ( have been or gan*..!under the control of (hi* new^work A healthy iimdttlon prevails^throughout the . hutch. The quarterly^retnee unanltnously voted for the^return of the present pastor another^y tr. FolbiwIns are the new officer* for th-^ccming i .inference year: Trusteea, W.^L lloge. T. C. Dsvidson. W. H^Weaver. A. L. Holly. D. R. McRse. A^11. I'nk. J H. Kglxrl. W. R. Allen and^K K Lyman s'.ewanl*. J. H F.gbcrt.^Jutrlci steward: D. R. MclUc. record- I ingsteward and treasurer: W. h.^Weaver, financial secretary. J. D. Mc-^Kuy. William Boyde. D It K^ed. J. W^tlih'*. Mrs. H O. Blsso-i M I' tier^Andersoa, Emma Mend, nball, Mrs. J. H.KgtaMt, Mrs. C. D CrirtH h. cxhort-^ers; I It Egbert. W. H. ogden. W.^Boyde, C. D. Crouch mil \V H Moat,^fonery; e laaa leaders, c. D Crouch, li^It McRae. J. H. Rgt^ert D It H^ed. J.^D. McKay. W. Boyde, Mr* C. D.^t'roui h. Mrs. Mason. Mrs Egbert end^Mr*. Flora (Iraham. committee on^mission, Mr*. Egbert. Mrs. C. II. Eg-^gleston. ICsth.c Ander'o. Mrs. J, A.^Dyblie. Mr*. A. U. Holly; i-ommlttea on^church extension. T. c liavidson. C.^W. AtWBter. A. I). Peek. W C. ;onlth,^J. D. McKay; commltt.- i^school*. O. R. Mcltae, A. D. Peek.^Mrs. Eggleston. Annie Knelish, Mrs.^Weaver: committee on tract ' oik,^Milton Hird. William DoddtngtOn, W.^A. Elliott, Mrs. Loulia Oretai com^^mltt-e on temperance, Fannie White,^Mrs. M.'Kay, Aunlce English. Mrs. Kg-^bert, Mr. W. J. Giles; i nuitnlttete on j^eduintlon, Mrs F.llu Wllleuc. Mrs. W.^S. McLean. Mrs. John S .nil. Mrs.^(Iraham and Mrs. Turpir 'DSBnilll((i^on rnnlnaa^ AM und so it tera Mdu- rationsociety. J. D. MeKS) f, S. I.esn. James McCoar.l. Mrs. J. Brooks,^Mrs. Davidson, oonroit ..n church^i.eoi W. II. Weav r. ii It. Melb, . J.H. Egbert. J. D. McKay, D H. Reed;^COOBSBfttSi on parsonage furniture', i:^ther Anderron. Kitimn Mndenhnll,^Mrs I, A. Dyblie. Mrs. Eggleston, Mr*. |^McKae, and pastors wif. added by^vote: iiunmltl ^ on chut li ritisic. Mrs. Blsson,Annln Lngiiaii, j H. RtTbert,^Ed. c. w. Klefer, M. Bird: committee^on estimating pastor's salary, W. L. Doge.t. C, DavMoea, D ft MeRae, W.H. W aver. J. H. Ef' 't: rannlt-^tee on cnferenie nhlnsantS. C. W. At-^Mrs Mary Bflwarda J. D. Mc^^Kay. Peter StHt. n. A. 1 ^ Pe. k Thenrst mmtloaeal nareed upon^eeery eeaaaaRtee is ekalrnan. Il M gratifyin-; to the Bkkmli rshlp thai^Hishop CransioM ha* .'oeaeatod lu^i eae to Aaaeoada n five his ram..us I'mlure before tk* annti .1 i onference at^^ ^^(.^. He, dedicates the new (hutch^si 22nd. $7'.now buys a Columbia, the Seat^bicycle mnde. See L. A King. *kjn**k*3of the (Igib ii (eati'Wiiy. Ticketscan now be pure hnsed at^Montana l'nlon depot ticket offices, In^Hutte, Anaconds, Deer LodBB and (Isr-^rlgoa, as veil us at all points on llutl -.^Anaconda ^ Paiitlc Ry., via hlo^(irande Western raOtray, BDa OOOtaec-^tlon* to all points Ea St. F. A. Wu.i-^lelgh. general ^pussetu- r and tlck' t^agent. Itlo Crandc Western railway.^Salt Lake city. NewTime T.-itile II.. A. t l^. Rr. NoteIripeirtant c hant s in trains o:i^I!.. A. A- I*, railway, effective Sunday.^July 25th. See correct, d Kkodals on^another page. DELMONICO'S MIND FAILING. \.:..i CatoreeBj il^nllh seid to lie It-re-^trlevnhty Kiiiurd. Fromit. less the ocean . inic r.-p.ui:.^that Chitrlci D. Imonlco. ti e world fa^^mous eater*r of New Yon,, ims beak a downin mind and node and I* hardly^expected to survive the- Journey houn^lie Is reported to he a viedim eif ov, *-^work and loo e lose Bttenttaa to the^details i f his Imtnen: reaiauruiet^busin St. InApril last he left this count^/ f..:^an extended tour of Barope m the^hope of recovering his fAll'rkS heslth 1^nnd strength, attended onlv bj ,i vtlet^and bob rotary. Little l. ^ been beard^fremi Mm since except through bust-^BOSS letters to los manager In New !^York. Ens' week 1'ari.i coii. spondents^of New Yolk papers saw 'cm sitting^In a carriage In Pari* seemingly ills-^truil and mteOBS. When Btkeo wh. ri^^fle had been, be replied thnt he i thoughthe. had In to Alx. but was 1 notsure: that events of the past 10^days had bean SonoWaaM misty, and^he only knew he had lest his trunks^and would probably not find I hem again. Msjrnaduke MekardaotB of New York, who has been with Del- |^nsOalco in Paris, ipaita very aioonlly^of the chances of ihe famed caterer forrecovery. Delnaoaloo had iwen nleeingfor a week, and no one knows^what haMeaed to bin during the limi^^ne left Alx nnd appeared at the Con-^tlmn'.ul In Pa.1s very nervous and^v oh. ni baggage. Timrestaurant of the tMlasealco familyhas been an Institution In New^York city for 7u year*. Their first I^restnu'.int was atWilliam Street, foundedby John and Peter, brothers,^In MIT. A few years later they open^^ed aaotkef place at 7f. Broad street^and took with then in the BttahsOM^L irenzo. n nephew. Then thev opened^th^ t -.-taurant at Heaver and Boutta^William streeds. and later, th^ Broad^street BBBCO having been liurn. d. they occapleedthe' bullakaa at Pi oad a ay andMorris street, where the- Stevens^house now- stands. John Delineate ^^died In MU and Peter retired In IMS,^leaving th^ entire business to l.oreiir.u. Thencommisteed the moves uptown,^first to Broadway ami Chambers^street, then Ffth avenue and Four^^teenth street, anil dually to Hie pres-^e nt site. Fifth BVoaaa and Twenty- BtgtkStreet. I.eeienzeiDelmonicee Htiellng the busi^^ness too great he his personal St ten- ion.associated his brotker Shu with^him. and later the-^- took in their^nephew, Charles C. Dedtnonli ee. Thebreith. rs dying In lssi. Chaiie* 1^C. became s. |o massg 't' or the burl-^nesa. His nephew. Charles Crist, had i^been employed by them, and as ke |^Bkon .i grim BptlMn hi' was nade a partner. Apeculiar point alsiut Mr. De|;non-^le o'.-', present altil. tion is ilial hi* inckt,^v.lio Immeelliite'h p..ii.I.d him in the^bi,Miii^-s. o... sin-ilarlv aff-'.t.'el I:, Jsnuari.'haries c. Detatonie-u wa*feiunel .lenel ill New Jersey. He^had bfUB.HI d .wn under the stnss ...^UBSlBIOS and his mind had become af-^f^, t.sl i ue. colli night he v as u.'.-v.^inr- He had wandered BWay from^the restaurant ami It was leatn.d be^huel gum- to Je rsey The next day bis^hody was found In a wild spot to^which he had strayed, his boelv was fre .sen stiff. In- death having been due^to exposure. HI* nephew. Charles Crist, wan^greatly affee u el The whole care of ,^the business develoiied upon him. He^adopted (he name Delmonieo by legal j^pro ens, and added to the fame of the^family .His present illness I inParis makes his friends fear that i^he is hopelessly stricken with the men- ^^tsl malady that affected hla uncle. FruitCordials llMsnniKing h. p. Oat of 11. ^ Cellar. Fro::,the Denver Time-*.^Chicken Hill and Tabor were partners InBnaaaroua mining venture* In the^mountains In the early days, betore the^governor became known to fume as a^benansa king, nnd each was in his *ev-^eral ways helpful to (he other. After^Tabor had struck it rich and had^money (o burn. Chb ken Hill approach^^ed him with u scheme which he r^pre-^se nte-d |e be very promising, and easily^Indueed hloi to take aome slock In It.^llefort- long Ihe fact devcleiped that^Tabor was u minority owner. as^iM-la-^ted with a aanber of shady fellows^from whom his Insllnet (old him fair^play could not be sgpoctool Thorough^^ly dlssatlsfleel with th^ deal und l.i-^^ ^used at th^ '!ee-ption prae-tleed upon^him by a man he had so many limes^befriended, he- sought him out and .1 -^icandeel an . xpl.inatlnn 1thought you told bm I was In on^ihe ground Hour in that transaction,^^shouted Talior. Well,you were, Horace.^ replied Hill^with a grin. ^Vou ware m mi the^ground floor. Just as I told yuu^but^there was a c liar to It. MakeYourself a Pleasant Drink^Jor '1/tts Hot li cat her. PineappleSherbet (lurse bottle).'.350 Raspberry.Sherbet (large bottle)35c Fruuphos(medium bottle)1 25c TIipsot.e vcniift's are ninth- front ripo selected fruit,^criTtnulated siiKar nnd rock cat.dy. They are iiou-alcoholic^aud jileaso the pjlate. Pickles SharpenYour Appetite with a Taste of Our^Delicious Mixed 1'ieklej. PintBottles QOeirtHottlcs One-Half (lallon Bottles !3c 25c 40c OurMo'.to Is: Largo bales and Small Profits MacCallum^ Cloutier 301and j0o I'ark Avenue,.\ntieonda. Montana EVANSOPERA HOUSE. JOHNJIAtit'lKK. Munijer.^Five HbJbBlSa4 ,s.itnra^y Ms'.inee. ConneaciifWEDNESDAY. Jaly 28, H^The Veriscope Pictures CORBETTand FITZSIMMONS niC'arnon. N^ ,k,: .^Th* fnly tin* un.l ^urhori*f^^l Vfri-^op* ric-^tnr*m un^J^-r the mnn^(r^ment ^^' tin- Tciil -\w^OmMMijr, I'm A Ktaari mwnpt. lintlfry,r^0 rcntv H -atrve-d Mn'r 91.00.^S-ratfl M ^^l* T.i**(tay mr.rnlng at Suu.h Vm*^^.'*^mpany ^ htorc, AtiH-'ondi. UnequaledPrice Presentation Theseremarkable price presentations are the strong^^est wo have shown this season. Newness, freshness ami^goodness characterize the goods collectively and indi^^vidually. Everythingin the List is Offered Much^Under Prevailing Prices VvUmtFlue' (iauzo Vests, toped n.ek. In Whlto and Kern. ^ for In-^cte-ad of lific each. I-adlos'ICxtra Klni' (Jtiality Cnuz'^ VOBtB, Wi re He men, now rcduc^d (o^;j ce nt*. 1,11.11.s' Fimt I'.i.ie k Cot:i ti Hose-. :: pairs for He, KxtraFine t'otton Hose. la:-t blue i,. s. ami. sr.. double heel anil toe, I pairs^for He, Ladles'Fine- guallty t^HU Mitts.pair iBSiead of I,adics'Sbln \V:ilsts r-n'.d up to $1 ^^^i each, now He, ABond aasoiiwral ot Dtnltles sad Lawaa, in choice ei.-iRnn. s 1-3 cents araH Instead of lie. PrintedCotton PUsae, OB dick pro nols. Il-te 11 yard, reduced from 15c. 36-inchw i le Perei .. s. laaraaleea tail eolora 11-se a yard, uorth 15c. Rinjs,14 and 18 Karat Ili!Tlon.l KingsPBtMasI up buelir-es 1 KinisA LMaaiafl neas1PWa Rmr* - ^'* nnei up Ihilelren'^ KinfioOrniel up HarpnsTougfYs 118*114OlnMMMW Are., Anicuniia. e-a^^^-^*%aj^^eV^y*. ^^^ %f9 \vv. M. THORNTON i FireInsurance \ ReprfJfntlngth' laalsM F. rfijn nn.l aaaanaHCennasn NOTICK. Itla h-reby ordered ttint a special m^^-t-^Itiy .mil m'HsInn of the Itonr.l of Coiuity^Coinnilssluiiers of Deer l.oelsc e.unity,^stale ni M011U101, In hebl and i^^llnl an.I^Ik orilereil to meet nt Aineotid*. at the^offle-e- eef the county clerk, at th* eourt^liou^e. In s^iil city, on Monday, the id^dny eif August. A. I) 1W. ^nd to eon-^tlnue In se^sl3ii two days. If nec*a*ary,^to transact the following buslnt**, to-^Brttl FirstTo settle- anel |^ay tin- srilariss of^foe county iittlcrs end (heir deputies. Sceoiul-Tocorrect, errnrs sad .^missions^In t;.. o.oessnunt roll snel rails of the countx'. ThirdTo take into consideration the^pirn base or blocks 1:11 and 1-T of the city^^ f Anacon.la and to pun haw the same if eienaaa BtteanMa^r*smtb Ta res errs ami art upon tin monthlyre i-orts of the county oftlotrs.^Dieted this July :T. SW, A.M. WAI.KKR.^c. H. WILUAMS, H. I; IHU'I'.MA.N.^Coun.y .'ommlnsloners.^State of Montana. County of Dter I,odce ps. Notbe.Is hereby clv*n that In pursu-^*in* of the. foregolPK rrelrr, a spre-lal^| of Hie llDard of Cotuity Commis^^sioners of Deet l-oel^, county. Montana,^will be hi Id Bl the- time und place men.^lin,.el lii il.i or.In- fir the- transaction^of (he busin- - ^ the r. in m^^ntloneel. Hatedthis the STth day of July, A. D. VMAKTIN*.^County Clerk. \ANACONDA, - HONTANA^M -a^-evaveye* Vfy^v^y^y^ A.NA \ WilliamL. lfos-. at B. r.rownlee. P.. C.^Chambers. Marcu* Daly. F. E.^Barreant. W, at Tliornton. LARD Buynothing but the BEST Guaranteedto be absolutely PURE HootanaHeat Co. ANACONDA,MONTANA.^Buy and sell Domestic and For. Inn r.x-^Change und transact a tieneral Banking^Business. Colleet'.on* promptly attep^ni^to. Exchapse driewn on Lonelop. KeJm- bura-h.Olaacow. Dublin. Relfaat. 1 Hamburf.Berlin und ull th* leading^cities of Europe. c'01lRB8PONDr.ntb NationalI'ark 'tankNew Tork OmahaRational pankOmaha FirstNational HunkBt. Paul Wella,Ffirgo tt CoHan Francis -o UtahNational Hankondrn Hose.Brawant * CoButte LorabieBro*. ^ CoDeer Lodge ANACONDA.MONT. AnacondaLivery Stable D.Q. RROWNELL. Proprietor. tussle.*,Horse* and 5addl^5 for Hire Alo Prrtpriftor nf !',.., -M ! :znz- Ml El* [TfleK LtaVi ' '^!'^ii'^^ i^ in ^'i withnil train*. Off-p^^!.^ IH^Ktai K'rer s'rM'. A^d^ond** p c thefavorites win andMontana i Belle HaveWon the Esteem of flontana's People. 1 et |LKELSON STtlRY k CO.. B0*MAN. MOST WeTo As We^Advirtiss WARREN'S WeDo As We^Advertise ShirtWaists Galore Wohave had a tremendous trade on iMiirt Waists for the^past three days. To-day we ntnke n further cut unJ put in $1.10,$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Waists ATONE PRICE OF 75cEach SCCOCR li EST li /.\7 otr. \\c discount with Nice. New and Fie*h Booda the sprinklinjf-^pot sales (if pitiiider. Tb tiay and to-morrow oO dozen Ladles'^Muslin Underwear: 10dozen Ladies' Muslin Drawers, the -JGV kind, for . . '20dozen Chemise, the 50c kind, fur JOdozen Muslin Downs, the We. $1.00 and j^1 2~) kind . 16c18c 37ic WARREN'S 409East Park Avenue,Anaconda, Montana.