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THEANACONDA STAN DA HI): TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1HDT. themam standard nip*-RO tjiauSHilfa company tnMm Year.^J^|ate't*ja at Anaconda as roXta**J#f ttr tri* TJnltee States. Can.^adT .'iPlleilco. Elsewhere r-Hl'T^irt~fni^*lf, ooa year ... I!^ '^' Ttallyand ^unda~Vht monthsS 00 lMU'*#d Sunday, three montha I.M Pallyand Sunday one mon'h I.M Suaday,one year 2.00 Mainf^fflee^-itsndardBuilding, Ana^^conda, lelephone No. 1. TheUtand.-rd has branch cm ^^ at^Butte. Missoula and Great Palis, where^advertising raUa will be furnished on ap^^plication. ' ' Allgeneral business, letter* and corre^^spondence should he addressed to tha^8TANDU:i^ imiMIW COMPANY.^Anaconda. Mont. TOADVKKTIsKKv ThaAnaconda Standard guarantees It,^advertisers a bona fide paid circulation^Pally and Sunday, three time, greater^than that of any other newspaper pub^^lished In th* atate of Montana. Advertis^^ing cunt rat t^ will ba made subject la thla 10.00 HVaM Willbe paid for the arrest and conviction^of any person caught stealing tha Stand^^ard front suhe-i Ibers I- ^ _ 1^r^s= PI.EASK KHORT IT. Alltrain news agents In Montana ara^tagtpllad with sutirlent copies nf ^The^Anaconda standard^ lo meet the da-^anaad. If toh eaanol get a ^^siNiidnrd*'^aw your irala, klotlly repoii the fuel,^aandlng number af train and rallrwnd, to^dreamt lug liapartsnenl, ^Tha Aanauadn^ard,^ Aaaronda, Mont. TlKaHAV. Al llfHT IT 1v^T etv prn auti.ui to suppiesa the de^^tails ^l th.- . lit.it. in. nt If any were i. Una* i^ ^in .i regularly r.iught bat- tleagaitisi in a.my ..f trained troopa,^Ik a pufttrh nt baeni ^ur the recognition of Hi. l^. 11 ^tc i^11. ^ ^l 111' \14.*'i^, It hatiI^^^^n ^ ^ I1';-: ^^^^I -^ suci-essifulU^iitc.mI ni \\ i-Imi: t m .i -.11n^t the ap pealsnf the Cubnaa for recognition^that they ha\c mrei ran evidence ^.f mllllar)oi i^t^nl*^ii$i ^lllgerentre- persons They proved It In all their ac- ||BJM and they proved more. They^Braved that they are In an alllanr.^' with Maik Manna. It w^i a noticeable^1 feature nf lb* convention thAt they^, g)MrM iliemsch ^^^ hoarse over every-^' thing said against the democracy, hut^when Hanna was assailed, these nil.I^ille-roaders arara ouiet aa mice. The^^, didn't tvetl ha\e enough sense to play^Id.- part assigned I |p-m in the farce y.st.rday.Tha atrik-n not *lvJv^these guardlana of the i ^ ^ ^ ^ in oppor^^tunity to exercise th. n talenta, they^have got to keep In practice somehow. Myall account* Bn/.eman auc-^^I In giving Bryan i biilliant re^^ception Without the assist -i me of the^H .reman Courier. anurct'iin the internalrntial meanind 1 nnl the ...mention waa not all made AnotherDrop. ILVKKagain hrok. It a own ear-^ord yeaterday. fallina '^' tlft^ - Wfour and three-t ight ha. The^mints at t'reedo in all probability muni^clone, innwithatamlliiK ihxt the miners^have voluntarily offer. .1 lo accept a re^^duction in wanes I'nl.Ks a reaction^romea. and cornea quickly, what other^^liver mines are allll uotking in Ihl.i^country mual alao suspend operatintis.^The propyl la not a cheering one to^thouaanda of honeat wot kiiigmen. Y^i^the gold organs continue their Juliila-^llona over the fall of allver-thcy are^In ecataclea over the ruin the gold^standard Is working in the world. Tellme sincerely. I'.-tronlus. what^didst thou think of m^ aliiging .'^ asked^Nero, referring lo the musical pro^^gramme he had rendered during Ihc^conflagration of Home. I'.-i^-.^niuh. a^courtier famous for an iron^ iM.u \. n^vaa tiai dull ever to perceive, and who^knew that Home had be. n set afire al^Nero'a command, made answer: ^Tli.ei^vert worthy of the spectacle.o divinity,^and the ap.'ctacle was worthy of^thee. wpaln'sNriv Premier. TMKday s illspateh. s aiui .ii.i.^that the attempt to ..usl tien-^eral An.uracil from Hi. pom*^^ervatlve l adetshlp in Spain has ic-^aulted in failure anil Hint Amiit.ici^^ticks as the suei ^ Ml r of t'an..vas,^M lth t'anovas' Cuban policy. \\ ^ \ I. i Ism ml all. Azcariaga Is about ^ years^^^ld. He was born In Manila, the cap^^ital of the Philippines. At la lie ^ nter-^rd the Spanish army aa a se. ^nil lieu-^tenant. His military rec.ird la not^notable, thouuh he lias ati-udlly ad^^vanced through Hie \ail nis grndes to^^^la prewnt rank. Mm* Alfonso XII.^.was called to the Spanish thron h-^iu.- la-en more or less el-iselx' ass.m ial-^rd with the government. Can nas^made him minister of war In MM and^he haa held that BiflfoNo snne th :i^^w henever his tiai-ty was In p..war, 'The llufTal.. Kxpress a.lvalues the^riplni in lhat Axcarraga s pr^ mi- tslup^^-|ll he brief If the BAt at i. c ut fol^^lowed her ow n Iik llnaimil alio h.nild^aummoii Sagasta would. ind^ ^ .1. h;n^had aim in power all the time, for^. Chriatlna is herself a liberal, lint she^haa adhered rigidly to the policy of^^jiving th. g.o.rnmeui t . the Bart)^^which haa a majority in tit. ported^fThla la one of the notnpacta by wrharh^^he holda the throne The part) of the^late Kenor Cannvaa has a \ery uncer^^tain maj.^ilt^ in the cortes. It \^a^^I^ractiially overthrown laal wiutwi^full. It la a majority, and while it la^.maintained tMl party will make up^the cabinet. IIt la quite llk.ly that the patty of^Canoxaa will ape^dliy fall into dlssen-^^m^ua which will upact lis already fickle^majority in the cartas. If that should^happen. It wuuld OftBB Lag wa^ to two^p. usl Mitt lea^a liberal ministry, which,^of course, would lie Ilea.I.si by Sagaata.^lor a mlnlatry of the party now known^a* the dissident i-ons cvatlvea. Sa-^icasta, of cowraa, is tha tiist slat, sinan^of Span The ho|^e ^^f the .lissi.b nt^ronaervatIves must lie in a reunion of^the two wings of the ^ ^naervatlxe^party under the leadership of the dissi^^dent*. At present, and for a iiunilar^xif years, they have- commonly v led^aarlth the liberals. The fact that they^Include many more eminent men than^any left In Canovaa' party, however,^(nay make them the real Onatrvatlve^party of the future. Among these la^On. Martlnex l'ani|^.s, who lias been^premier ^ n. ^ or tv\ n ., an^i^taut credit for wiMcmg the prxaent ruling^family on the thnne of Spam H^ la^(Spain a first soldier, and no Spaniard^la more highly regarded Meanw hile, the new a from Cuba Is^tiki re and more en^ ..uraging aa regards^jtha^hypea of the insurgents Ktom all e,Hj^aaria Itury. ^uo a tvkuImi pa.h.d^gailtle last ^'^^lt although it^that the Spanjsh autborliies air taking I Hieterm iH'lligerMicy. that II would^ha\. pnil^al.l^ paid th Insurgents, at^any aai llfa l , to I .^nceniratc tkst -^: i, ^ s 1 .tic P. I .!^^ this and give battle^to the en. in. True, aa the Moust M^Post obs.r. s lie. have been hus^^banding their p..w^is and harrassli.i;^the eti.niv an.I ^ \haustlng him by a^spec Ira of guerrilla larllaa. but in the in.am mi.' the once fair island has be n^devastated and liaMM suffering has^Isvn the l it i'^ am.I and Infirm and^the women an.I ^ bililren of tin i.-laiel^while |.lis.hi. is have lasen butcher^ I^by 'I ^ inn - head court martial* as n they^were so many e.-ltle. To demnnstrat'-^to cabmi-ts that they arc nit banditti,^.^r mere ro.ing band* of rebels, but an , ... I ,h 111' . w llll Hie 1. sou disciplineand pow-r nf a regularly^constitute! C 'v. rnm.nt it Is mi esaary^that some pii. bafi kittle af pt .portions^must be wag ^i sane fortllli.l eft] at^taken. Ill-hopCranston. ISHOI'KAKL CMA.NSToN. win^has been hoi.line I In KoTtk^Molilalia Mi tin..list Kills, npa!^mission etinference at Chinook during^the past week ami who Is the resident^bishop for the Nul l hv\.-t. residing at^Pol l land. Opajaa, is pj be in Anai oiida^^\Vi.lnesday allerir in and ...iilng. lb^w ill hold the Montana ei.iifcrein .^ al^Ilutle, beginning Thursday and c.ui-^linuing until Ihc M.mday or Tucsdii/^following He ciimes to Amieonda to^It.ture f..r the ladles of 111 Methodist^Kplscopal . hurt h. H* give* hi* lecture^as his pari of the i nitribiitioii to ihe^new aHlkMaff. H is . xpeete.l that a^large audience w ill greet him up m his^llrst riatl t^^ this place and It la de-^sinsl by ihcehureh that he curry away^w ith linn an Impri sslon of the people^of Ana. .Hi.la dial will he ! rcdllahle and^pleasant. Ha was lung, known In Colo-^ta.l.. as oM Of the strongest men In the^rellgl .us Held bef ^!^!^ he was elected^blst.jp Ilia themes ate always perti^^nent and his rcturcs are tilled wilh^tin humorous and that which Mat^struct* ami henellts InpiH'sldlng over Hie Montana cou-^feience lllahop CMlftufl ailj have t^^deal w ith Die largfai ^ . nf.t. n. .^ in ex.^lent of t-rrltory in perhaps all the^land. It la alvotit Ml miles in length^and several hundred miles wide, run^^ning from the extreme western pnrt of^Montana and Idaho to Ihe exlieni^^east'rti purl, flam Gleaaftvs, Molilalia,^to Saml Point. Idaho. I* Its VtmH from^easi i i west, and front in ' th of Helena^lo Hi.- ragfal ^^f Dillon Is II* liitllude.^'I'her ^ are about ^^^^ MiMjndisI preach^^ing places in ibis tiei.i. aeVoidlng to th reaoflof the pl.sl.linc elders, ami^nil.eh new wor'r Is being opened. The bishopwill innI many new pun. who^areas lianafuml at the last anajfar^. p.. lo ibis ii.iii. At Ditto*. Rev, I, 0. CalliraaoM is in afetn*. Me wad tratis-^l.ii d troat ill.- lOast a ^enr ago. Al^.Mountaii' View and Wnlken ille. Unite.^I! \ Mi Mi ph. ns mid Kev. Mr. I.ouns-^hajrf ate In charge, new naN from^Cbl. ago ami Michigan. Kev. Mr.^Thi.in.is. at Helena. Is u new man from^\\ I-, iiisln. and Itcv. Mi l.i.imla. In^charge of Marysville. Is from in Kits!^ern OOg l^ Pt nor, There an BeaMe* these^IC^\ Mr Kuster al Anaioiida and sev^^eral new men who have lately conic^from th. .logical institute* in tip 1* tst .Her. .1. W. Ilennett is presiding elder Iover the BMMBjM illslrb t and Itcv. ^i. !C. St till ..v. r the Helena, dlstilet. It is^expected thai teVOftU new iii.n will be^trunsliired frntii vutlnus eonf. reiiees^^it the . 'iiiing session, and that quits^a number ..f change* will In aside, BaehjDpCraJattati bus alieail^ won^ihe reputation of anmiging mailer*^lor the g .1 -I Methodism, and of hat- |tug a will of his own. lie gave pre^^eminent sal Isfaetlon in In* presbl. in y overthe Cntdrima Kite*. Oftio^ ami I'ucetSound . ^.nfei ein . * last year, and^I it Is expected that equal satisfaction^! will bo given lierc Hlslm*/delist in is^to .leillcale the beautiful new ehun h^..r ihe M.'tbo.iist Kplacopal den .mfna- tionm Ana. aida .luring the si ssion of thecooferencs at Butte. The .1 mca- iloiiv. ill lak - place on Aug -'- The^i church la being arranged this mrk for^the .siBsii.n and a complete pro-^' gramnio Is being prepared b^ Ihe pa^-^i tor and official iii. iiibei I li iln bishop^arrive in lime from tirent Kail*^he will Ih^ shown the city und lis works^dajtiM \\ . .in. s.i,i^ afternoon After^| d ^Icatlug the .hur.li following the^I c|j^f^ of the conference, the bishop and^hi* family #UI .syvud l^ i) daj la*lhe^I Yellowstone National patk Pi..in Mon^^tana he will go to Michigan anil^I Wisconsin i i hold conference* there. ^^^^-e aa Mr.Manila's Side Show. MK HANN V. S nil.l.lle-of-the-llia.l^populist . onvention in OMa last^week la not taken very sertoua-^ly by th. Dili.i press |n th- llrst place,^more than thirl. ...unties were not^iip'i- nt..l at ihi convention atJill-^' In tin see.oi,I pla^ ^^ n was open ^nd^| notorious that a major!*) of the eVle-^cai.s had been i.t.-.l ' b) HanQa's^] agents lo m mlnaie u straight ticket.^Some of ihe bettet men in the party^i. rused p. ha\ i an^ I lung i., do w i(jtjhe^! convention, and toe Toledo Noaga say*^that this pours, oi ih.- real populists^^gave an eioeilenl opportwally to the^Hanna haallti In muster up the fag^I ends and rifraf of ih, pupuliat party andsecure tie ii |,,. .- ,n convention Theserriknri ahu had no standing in^th*1 |Ht i. ^ .^ . ,pp.,tiunity^ to eomc^' ^^^^^* freShf the) einhraced It. The upof rifraf and boodlera. There were^honest and wise leaders there, men ,who had spent a lifetime In upbuild^^ing tie principles of populism. They^eii.l. a v ot el lo save the party from the^rule ^^r ruin gang. Hut the party label^element, Ihe men who merely gJMW tlhat they are IMipulists, but who ale^not up In parly tactics, were played fi r^sin kers by Manila s contingent and^many of them swallow.d every bait,^hook and all. TheN. ws go' s on lo say that the fact^was .leal i., .very person of ordinury^eeansnoa. sense and ^.!^*. nation that^Hanna was deeply anxious that Ihe^ml.I.II. -loader* ahould nominate a stale^ti. k i 1 Thev know that all Manna s^in..le v went in that direction. They^know ihut Manna was inn pursuing^Ihi* isiliey in the intere*! of populism. )They know thut the state ticket was inominated to help Hanna and th -^money power and the lru*ts, and pro^^long th. w rei k and ruin under w hich ilabor w i ll he*. They know that the^sul.si.li/.e.l press is their ally in tills^work. ^ ill. all Ihi* knowledge in their^possession, these so-called midillc-riiad^populists, with their eyes shut and .someof them Jingling Hanna ^ bundle,^In their |mm kets. put up a side show to^Ihe Hanna circus, and will have the^unblushing gall to proclaim them^^selves the Minimi pure ^iulll populists^of (ihi.i. We . an assure them that this iside show will not cut much 'Igure. it Iwill be a warning In thousands of^honest men More than ninety per '.cent of the tlhlo populists will vote^agalnsi Hanna and the money power,^by supporting the democratic candi^^dates fur the s. nnt. and house. Aman suffering from Klondiki'ineii-^lia is hopelessly gone. All the warnings^In th - world won't slop him from go^^ing. -^ i I'nfortunatelyfor the assassin of^Can nas. there I* no appeal from that^Spanish court martial to the court* of^California or he might cube a longevity^race w ii h I mi i a in i^ ^ (leiicralWeylrr will continue the^ciuelly business at the old stand Bjswef^Axcariaga. the new Spanish premlo'.^An ai rag.i ha* a name thut would rasp^the edge off u huxz-savv and force It to^scream with agony. ^^ ^ t ^ Afterthat Franco-Italian duel, no^^body seems anxloiie u^ challenge Ihe^vv Inner. JudgeJackaon Isau. .1 two more In-^liinetlon* against the strikers yester^^day. The Judge is not a de* endant of^Andrew Jackajn, fortunately for An-^dn vv's mem.*^y. -MS ^ ^ Thetlalveston. Texas, young man^who murdered his ninth, r I i get money^to rpend on a varlity a. tress. Is liable^to forget sll about the aetraaaj lower^inimbii . and get aluek on a limb of a^tree. MEXICO MuchDepend, on Ihe I'.onl ^^' View You^Happen in Take. Fromthe Toledo Ulade Thefall In the price of silver and it*^effect on Mexico are He object lessons^now most talked alHiut by the republl-^. a n new spap. rs. Somelime ago the leader of the re^^publican party made a remark to the^effect thai it w ould b. I ii 't. r to ^open^the mills than the minis This remark^vva* quoted largely. . ..iiimented on^loudly and given the widest publicity Themint* have not In opened, and th.mill* rem.mi closed Theminis in Mexico am op.-n and tin^advocate* of a monoim lallie gold cur^^rency, speaking apropos ..f the fall in^Hie price of silver, antiouti'*' In nrnes^of triumph that it will have the effect^of curtailing the buslln ss nf the Mexi^^can importer What does, that mean'^Simply that the mills of Mexico will^have to open lo supply the home mar^^ket. Themaking of an alternative phrase^I* not so productive of prosperity as^the making of articles nf domestic^u*e by the manufacturer* of a nation,^working full lime to supply a native^demand. On every occasion when the^goldlle goes to Mexico f..r an argument^against silver. Ihe best he gets is the^a/oral of it.^Mexico w 111 open still vvid. r h^r mills. 1give employment to more labor, save^her money lo spend al home, decline to^enrich foreign manufacturers, dispense^with Kuropean luxuries and prosper^more brilliantly than ever A few mure object lessons^ from Mexico ought to^settle Ihe currency question. --i ^^ CurrentHumor. Yousay that you want money to buy^fooil for a hungry BtaS wlioae lace, yen neversaw up la this timeYea, ait replied.Meandering Mlk. ^Where is In^^lie's statulin' tight here.^ was the hes^^itating reply. ^I'm blni. ^ Washington hw, Mr,ilryun c^principles of^w . II as th .se lUldn'thelp endorsing the^Hamilton yesterday as^.d .1. ffiTsnn. Thenew record for Hllver^ head^^line might us well be kept standing for^dally us.-. ^ I Thewires seem* to be improvising^s .me during mid brilliant variations aj^tile tiaiin. of Cunoyns' assassin - ii ^ ^ ^ Dr.tiislfreyHunt' r.who wasn't clect-^^ .1 senator from Kentucky, has never^^theless got to Miami trial on those bri^^bery . barges. Dr. Hunter s at nut rlej^campaign Insists on Inviting Ihe at^11 nHon of the audience to Its Hunquo * ghostnet. .aasnst Inrunning no lung uftir (he ad^^journment of emigre**. The Congres-^sionul Ihcoid M| b trying to estab^^lish the world * record. ^-e^ Soxalexls, Cleveland's Indian ball^pliiyer, i* said to have betrayed an in^^ordinate fondness fur red liquor, one^nesult of which probably Is that the^I bases ui ' kepi full as well as Soxalexls. The..in. une of the caustic writing^I of Prince Henri of (^rlenns should fur^^nish Col.up I Henri of Kentucky aotne-^) thing In the horrible egamplc line. IAccording to thl* morning'* dls-^patehee some of tha New Knglund cot^^ton mills are starting In the pr..sp. rlt^^handicap, however, the silver and aaaj^| mines appear to have been scratched. Mrs.\v antaknow^lining to get a di^^vorce'.' And yei you say you have a modelhusband. Mrs.I'l^ away Yes. gay dear, but he's^a !Hi model.-New York Evening Journal. HilariousHillary^CIr up. pal. All's notlost us f.-r happiness \ it. 1 Jes sec u^most Insplrln' sight, dolefulDorian^What wits it I'^atbtyItalians l,rvm He ties on a rail^^road down here let* us free American elt-^Uens to walk over.^^New York Journal. ii.....a Mara yen seen lejreckot lately KcliertNo. Iluconlb s a slcht. Fin e all cut, arm^in a aJJtal ami walks lame. HaeonMow did he do It^on hi* bicy^^cle Union No. If In could have slaved on thebail J i is he'd have been all right. Y.inkersStatesman. JusticeWalsh How old ate you Witnessi a woman)^-Thlrtv. JusticeWalsh Thirty^ I have heard^you give the same age in this court lor^at least three yi us. U/ttUOSsY.s. I ..m not one of those^persons who fay one thing to-day and^another to-morrow Huston Traveler. Mere'sanother ease of extremes meet^^ing.^^^What^ Notlong ago y.ui couldn't hire a mes^^senger bay to hurry. Now. since they're^put him on a bike you've got |a tine him^to keep him from scorching.' ^Philadel^^phia North American. Rhymesof the Day. 'In Mr. l)e Armllt * opinion what the^occasion s ent* to demand Is an In^^junction :. straining the strikers from^maintaining such tleplornhle good or^^der .^ ^ ^ Thegold organ* seem to Is- overlook^^ing u bet in not accusing Assassin All-^glollll ^ ^^f I^ lug a leader of the anar^^chists and silver iTiinks of the unde^^sirable stabs. Thelong winter evenings in Vlasku.^b wever. may still be i ^ short r.u the^newspapi r . orrcspon.h nts to do yajath ^^t i all Ihe obituary n nice*. m^ ^ Manyof the Klondikers will tind^themselves In a hole that may not^necessarily be a pro*po. t hole AHollar u Hi-Ink. ;The man who In grim Kloudyke cold^Stands not a chance to lose,^Is not the one who digs fur gold,^Tla he who sells the bocie. IndianapolisJournal. PraUdladies gowned in silk lle'er yet Hav. i iitlled raj tranquillity:^No aha in shirtwaist ever stirred M stolid heart's stability;^To summer girls however garbed I'venever found proximity^Was perilous until I met ABaBMeei In il mlty. Tiiehmta) baaa-fed UJmtaaeas ! The cupped and gowned collegian^^1 Moves me no more than if she were^A beads-bedecked Kljfnn^Tho wise or Witty woman eo'ef Dtetarbedniv equdajtawty,^'P.. .lav 'tis quite jipset by that^Dear little dun. e In dimity. M. N 11. In Hostou lilolie. The^ abas'. Vow. B)tin hiI of all our raartyra. Kail,a t o es to the foe.^Ity the a'-hes of our homesteads Neaththe Spanish torch laid low; Hythe tenure ..f our women iivear caatarad haraaa^ daeat, ltv th. Mead upon the cradle,^Anil th. vMati .1 tomb Ifietialor CartiT is saying anything^nboiit Mrvfin's magnltleent reeeptl ^ns^in Montana he is saying it in exoi unve^eisslin i ltv the foul as.-..--hi Weyler. Still, we may ex|S^ct the return .f ,\,^| ,t^. vi. ton. s he has w e^proapent v la-fore that of Profess u 'ovi tin- homeless aajdfha helaieaa, Notesof the Day. Palermo,Si. illy, has an average of^117 cloudless day* a year, and ^2 days^of partial cloudy and partial sunshine,^which elsew here would be classed as^fine days. Itis said that the sultan intends to^present swords of honor to Kdham^Pasha and some officers w ho command^^ed the victorious Turklah tr.sips in^Theaaaly. The swords will liear the In-^acriptlon: ^in the name of (led the^Merciful. Theold Kut. h w indmill, w hich has^been one of the principal features of^Crow's Nest, Joseph Jefferson's sum^^mer home at Huxsard's bay, was al-^moat entirely demollahed by a storm^the other day. The big arms were^dashed to the ground and the main^structure was badly wrecked. Thewoman suffrage hill, which haa^been a source of much annoyance to the^majority of the British house of com^^mons for seine time, wus withdrawn^I recently. The other day the house per-^' slated in a long discussion of a hill re^^, carding vermin, in order to occupy^time so aa nut to reach the woman wit'^I frage llieasui Plalnfleld.^says the Church Fe.uio-^i mlat. ^claims to have originated the^church bicycle run.' It was found that^an actual majority of the young people^I In the Congr.gaiional church rode th ^^I wheel. Last Saturday the Christian^Kiideavorers of this church had a bl-^j eycli' sociable and picnic in the woods.^I The 'BpWorth League Bicycle squad,'^which visits neighborhood churches^aw heel. Is another variation. This la a^BJ ^ phase of itln. racy,' and i ertuinly^far more enjoyable than under old-^fashioned conditions. A favorite methiHi of generating^electricity for the lighting of a railway^I train Is to put a small dynamo in the^baggage car and drive it with power^from the axli. Hut a* a through train^| Is ofttti broken up lit Important Juni-^, tions, and one ay two sleeper* are^, svvtiehed off In connecting lines, there^is now a tendency toward the equip^^ment of each car with its own dynamo,^with a small storage battery attached.^The Pullman company, for instance. Is^i cporti d to have tested this system^and lo view It with favor. Aman named Cook has been trying,^w Ith fair success, to walk on the water^vv ith the alii of special shoes. These are^much larger than snow shoes, being a^foot wide and three and a half feet^long. Hut they work on much the same^principle. These shoes are shallow^ImxeR, made of very light material, and^the weari r cover* the lop w ith rubber^cloth that Is fitted snugly to hi* ankle^and calf. An Inv ntion of this kind la^so needle** and it* u*e exposes a per-^scn to such danger that the author of^it will acarccly win any glory. Alocal paper says lhat nine St. I,on is^drummers huvc equipped a private car^with as many up-to-date boudoirs,^lockers and shelves and a kitchen and^a atore mum which hold* not only sam^^ples of their ware*, hut all kinds of^choice .atublcs und drinkables. In this^car these nine St. I.ouis drunumis.^representing, of course, nine different^lines nf goods, propose to travel over^their route, stopping as usual ul Way-^back und Jonestow n and Sniithvillc, us^of yon. but not at the Inns which the^inhnbitants dignify with the name of^hotel. Thefollow ing curious definitions of a^carpet knigln were recently glvtn in^an F.ngllsh examination: ^One who^received his knighting upon the II. I.I of^the cloth of gold:^ ^a knight who stood^on a carpet and had another thrown^ov.r him while being knighted;^ the^common black betle. which, when^squashed, resembles nil th' different^shades of a Hrussel* nejfpet;^ ^a knight^which ^lceps on a carpet.^ ^a man like,^for instance. Sir X. ^ Co. who is ajaj^of tin best PAfpel makers, and b cause^he did mak^ them so will he was mad^^a knight. TheDayton Journal says that Fort^Ancient, which is picturesquely situa^^ted on the high bluffs overlooking the^vall^,v of the ldttlc Miami river, near^la'hannn. Warren county, is believed to^be the largest, best preserved and most^Interesting work of the mound builders.^It has been visited and studied by lead^^ing archie ologlst* of Kutope and^Am. rica, and models of it are now on^exhibition in the museum* of London.^Paris mid Hcrlln. The fort, w hich cov^^ers about 100 acres, and 1X7 acre* out^^side of the walls, i* now the property of^the slate, part having haayj purchased^in 1KS0 and the remaindir In 1S1SJ. As 'asi.le Komsuee. FromHarper's Huzar. Theywere sitting on the sands side^by side, looking out over the ocean.^^How |w-aceful It looks!^ said he.^^Y.s.^ said aha, ^but how very wet!^^^True,^ he observed, ^and yet h ^vv^calm and restful It appears! With you^by my side 1 i mid sail on forever.^^i ^Yes^^ she queried. Yes,^he affirmed, ^forever. Will^you, dearest^ tinone condition, she replied. ^I^am a cautious girl, and I d ^ not wish^to he overhasty. Hut I will let y ui^make the test, anil w lo n is test is mude^and you say it I* successful, 1 will go^w ith you.^^^And that test, love^^ he cried.^^You take a boat and sail on forever,^and after you have sailed on forever^i. II me h vv it works.^ she answered.^And she left him tuidltutiiig. Muchin Little Inespecially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi^^cine ever contained so great curative power In^so .mall space. They are a whole medicine Hood's :chest, always ready, al- 1ways efficient, always sat^^isfactory; prevent a cold ,or fever, cure all liver ills,^siek headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c.^The on!) Tills to take with Beefrl Sarsapanlla. H.J. CONNELL COMPANY ni;TTK,MONTANA THEFEW REMAINING DAYS OFTHIH MightySummer Clearance Sale Willbe Made Eventful by Low Trice Sellinq^The barfjains Grow^better and better as the End Draws N:ar. ARemarkable Sale -^r^^1 PricesCut to the Quick^Exclusive^Fashionable^High Cost SummerCostumes AtPrices That Do Not Cover tho. Actual Cost af Making^Never Before^Were Values So Ruthlessly ttorriflced. SilkCostumes Tiit eeej ipjo.oo. aa% SilkCostumes Thill.HI.' *^-:^ all. II^ ^ SilkCostumes Thutmen-f-'T-.M). Don Duckand Crash Suits Thatwere houiclit M esH M pri.-m running from $iJH t^ IMbM BMk, marki-il ieaa 11.45 aiuII OrcniitlioCostumes Tht w. n a 10.00, aoiv. U OrgantlioCostumes Thatw,n^fU.7S, aowM. Id OrgandieCostumes 'lhateeM trl^.T.'* now loeffe.-t a |BWM| neOnee 11.1.1 a TheFinal and Oreatejst^^ Mark-DownSale of WashFabrics Twosmall lots^purpnsely held hack from last week's lively selling^^^^ s^'*^to-day at prices thut discount anything ever attempted in Ihc way of Mm -^(tain sivlnn. Positively the Last Wash tenuis Sale Thin Season. abargain ThatWill BRINGTHE^CROWDS OneLot Finest Amer^^ican Made Organdies Thehiinilsnniest 61 this ^eaaon'l lat^^est patterns; the peettteet ami dtoleeel colorlnas.positively worth to 'JT.c a^yard, to-day, ;unl until sol.I 6ic You'llhave to aaajM Harly for this^jr.c mi th. il.iilur liaix.iiii OurMightiest^KrTort in Wash^(iootls Har^;aiii GHtlaf,K.\i|ui- sitelyBeautiful^Novelties in FrenchTinsel Organdies SiiiRl.ilnss leiiKths t iily- nii ilupli-^catrs- Ihc swell, st styles anil color^InRS ever show n, here or elsev lc t.^^tear before adrred under any circuni^stances at less than IT.lt, to-day ymit^free choice ot Main MSBMeaal pat-^ti rns %:,.:^() each. $3-25 Thismeager description docs not halfti II tiic Lin cm. story. GETA SANDEN BELT SimpleAdvice That Saved a Suf=^ferer From Despair tictft Satnlett licit,^ ^ fri nil told^him. ^tot a Santlcii licit, and U it^ih.n't cure you I'll pay fur It n^scll.^^When you are sick you try cvcrytliini;.^und aft- r aaeaeaj failutcs you have aa^faith in anytbine. This was the way^Mr. IV S. t'l.mcnt. coniluclnr on the^Northern Pacific, living at Kllcnslnii-.^Wash., felt ^ lien a fricinl insisted M his^tryinir Dr. Sntuicn's Klcctrlc licit. II.'^put DM and this Is his report: T winil.l^nut have sold my belt for a mine 10^It. My buck was so weak that 1 could not sit up In ih.-^suffered terrllily. Then I (tot the Helt. In In days I was^man. and inside of a month I was entirely eared. That^ajrn, ami not a sign af my trouble hus return. !. I want^this, so that the thousands of other men who ate in the^lind the only cure for them.^^It cure! other troubles, including all i.enfotia and vital weakness, varicu-^lc, rhi umutisin. etc. tiel the bunk with full Instructions, seal .1. lice. Al- daysafter I Rot^i ar seat, anil I^almost ^ well^was two years^you to publish^same fix can dnss SANDENELECTRIC COMPANY L'oltWashington Street, 1'ortluiul. Ore. Pills Atidr Th. ^cent^ i '11' Ihc i ounti \ s. . in^^to have shifted froia Washinct ^n to | Piltsl.lI K --^^^^^^^ iAs the assassin of t'anotas admits^that li^^ la not a Cuban sympathiser^Wf set -ii.I the motion t^ sht ol with^him ^ i Theall-ntion .'f the .McKinley or- . Iiansis . ailed I ^ the fact that they i an Miniii choice article ef pule, unailul- terair.l lalamity how line at Creed*, idot ado. .^i ^ | mm Ini.cirela. however, ttenor AtiRi dllki .^wouldti t have had lo ^^^^ throiiRh the^formality of a coajh martial. i^ i \i^.lonc passed over New York^slate yest. i.lav but It ^ ouldn t find^Dave Hill, who is still safe in his h.ile^in th. around. ofMr De Arinltt's deputy slier bulkot ihe m'lttli maaafl wert auch Iffs foueht and killed a fellow deputy Mass.1.red tsixt sun anil sun; Ye b) Marti an! Mace.v BlBandera's latent breath^^are ^ill liciu to one loncluslon Deathsm Ubert) or daalh J.I' It In New York Sun. \Krlrnil la Need. Thereare limes when 1 would barter AllI line i.f fold and land^Wli.ii I ^.^ chaaeed to catch a tartar^VTaes tat . ramps m breath aronM tlirot- Yes I .1 al.i.lU dive my Pi'^^tie I'nileriieatlim^ irouser' hand.^For the eear oM tflnaTer hattk^^^n the uptier pantry shelf WhenI \e n^^m^ 'I on watermelon, Orabs..11- .t u ,pple arreti.^Ami mi insutsli swiftly sw. Illn' Mak.'in t,. i ;n, .mm.^n ns M^Ami aj] fa.. aralaa ai hwattk TillI waaMa'l know mis. It^Ttieti I Ik-IIu^ f,,r the bottle Onih. upper nantry shelf -CVvclandl'lain LVal.r. Morgan'sPlace .,40 ft Park St., Butte^34 RACENEWS Mm^-^r^^^ FULLAND COMPLETE REPORTS^each day of tho Butte meeting; also^of the principal events on the Eastern^Tracks, will be foil nil in TheAnaconda Standard ThePoorMan'sGrocery Ifyou are going out in the moun^^tains to prospect or for pleasure. It^will lie to your advantage lo call anil^get our prices on Onaerles ami Tin^^ware. 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