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Till: ANACONDA STAXDAIM): WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. 1817.
ANACONDANEWS. ISSOTiS EMPLOYER EugeneO'Qara Shot by One of HisWorkmen. THEMAN STILL AT LARGE AdOrg^nla*d Party U Looking for Him^-O'Umr* la at Uw Hospital In Deer^Lodge-Th* Kxtent of Hla In^^juries Not Tat Known. Atelegram wa^ received In the sheriffs^oflko luat night that a shooting affray^had occurred at Helmvlllc in which Ku-^gene O'Oara was the victim Ma was wm^to the Sisters' hospital In I^eer I*^!^!^ .^suffering from a painful MMl Hy,^lived on Ike night train from li rWM^Young O'tlara la th^' son of Mr^. Uriirv^Helm of Helmvlllc. He has bee* looking^after the properly then' which wan for^^merly managed by Mr Hi Im. who iM^^ little morr than a year ago from Injn-^ttn sustained hy I h. kick of a horse. HenryToomey had heea empaoyni^about the place for some time La lei] ba^had aaalstci ot.ara In harvesting. Ha^vi^ disss iiafl.^^' with tb^ Monty h. re^^called In ^sttlaaatnt, but flnall) O'Qara^a*\e TiWitncy all hp demanded, remarking^thai the ilalm waa unjust, hut that ba^jMeld pay It rather than havr any furih-^(Vt trouble Willi Toomei That tllii not ^ ni^tba troublr Tnoraeyhud rocalvpd every eaef hp^vlalmed. but ai aoon as he ^o^nrcd I hp^money ha deliberately whipped nub a re^^volver, took aim. end pausing I hp remark^last hp would give Hilars on'- for lu. (^^,rr w sui-h eaprcsslon In' -^miI a hull. ^^into O'tlara'x f^pp. ihp hull entering near^aj)p lower part of thp noap.^.Without delay arrangi-menls ^.t. m.ol.^la bring O'llar* to l^^ir Lodge tot treat-^agent He suffered considerably bul he^had to endure the long and hard drive lo^,jhe line of the North-in I'a. ill. rallwu^.^wad IM. i, continue the trip by tall t ^^, User U^dgr He stood the journey well^and la under the t are of Dr. Owens, but^at a laic- hour last nlabt It waa not^known whether thp physician had located^the bullet or what the reaull of tiiiata^Injuries would hr Afterhla cold-blooded assault Tno managrdto get out of plain Whan^O'Qara left Halairllle there was no trace^nf Toompy. but a party of neighbors or-^ganlaed to grl on hla trail If possible and^deliver him over to the authorities. Theme^sfage sent to the sheriff* office^here eaj Immediately reseated to the of^^fice at Deer Lodge, where Sheriff fill^Patrick wrnt yeaterday to take prison, i^John L. White to Hip penitentiary. The^message reaehpd 8henlf riigpalrl.-k^there, who may have caught Oepuiy^Sheriff viallagher aa he went In liarriaim^yesterday, and would in ull preeehtMt)^have come down lo Ivor Lodge on the^train which brought OOar.i down Thedistance from lie* r laalae In Hcllli-^vllle la r*i miles and the only way Tor tin-^sheriff to reuch then- last nighi would I.--^to drive. Whether or not In did so la not^known. NCOMOTRICD FOR BURGLARY. KvldearaHeard In the ^ a.e or l.ai'dnei-^fer Katerlag Iha Hof J. ^ . Taaliy. PrankH Gardner, the negro who was^recently arrested by Chief White for^being the burglar who entered the^houae of James C. Twohy. in March^last, and atole a valuable watch ami^chain, waa up yesterday bpfnru .link^Fltigerald for a preliminary hearing^' Mr .Twohy waa examined anil he^positively Identified the prisoner aa the^man ho saw and suspected of thp^crime on the morning following the^burglary Hla suspicions were amused,^aa the man then had lime on hla^clothes which he might have got by^crawling Into the boast through the^.-Pilar window In the manner that en^^trance to the house had Lien effected^He also observrd si I Ms time that tin^prisoner's trousers were inarkrd aa If^by the scratching of rnalehea ami I he^marks being long, extending almuat t i^the knee, would Indicate that the^matchea had hern atrmk while he was^on hla hands and knee*. This vsaa re^^garded as a atrong circumstance Thewatch which waa taken una alt^erwards found In a paw nhmker's es^^tablishment In Kutt IfaiAronaon. the pawnbroker. ^aa^examined and he teat I tied that he could^n^t positively Identity Qardaslf aa the^man who had left the watch with him.^aa the one to whom he made the loan^was clean shaven, while Gardner sow^has a whisker. Aa required by a city^ordinance of Hint, he took a deactip^tlon of the man at the lime which ml^lied In every respect with Gardner . x-^cept as regarded hla whisker. Afterlistening It the evidence .lu.lg^Fitzgerald took ihe case under advi*.-^mcnt until to.dav at 1 o'clock, when^he will render Judgment iThe Rranmuller is the most attiati.^piano made, and does not oast a in-^more than any other llrsi-class piano.^Why not get the best ' August Meyer,^agent. 222 West Third street KEEP THE MILK SUPPLY PURE. IIIs a Question of the tirpatrat Impor-^laaea to All t oNsiiuiprt. Thepurity of tli milk supply Is^romethinoi which tla . 'tisiim is aa^^well as trie piodurers. aiv Interested In^and it (siuld not be deemed lnad\Isable^for the state legislature to pass a law^rpqulrlng the !^^ ii ali.al examination of.^all herds of rattle In the atate. for^consumption and other dlaeases lo^which cattle are aubjei-t Thefollowing circular letteia lias^been mailed by Or. h^ ^.;^s of Helena^to the herd owners throughout the^state: Helena.Mont.. Aug IV UsTI^The Importance if tuberculosia ^c^n-^aumptlon) lo human aa well as to ani^^mal life, makes It seemingly an Im^^perative duty that this department^should give both our |iul^lb anil prl-^vste sources of milk supply every pos^^sible protection, and f ^ this purpose I^desire to call the attention of asr dairy^^men and private iwrwra of milk .attle IfYou Think of Buying: Wptch Youcan always find the lowest^price on guarantee 1 goous at MERRILLS a's.U-karatGold Watehes with una^H-jasjaal atovassents, at SK and M- toihe fact that thla Office la prc-par.d^i . vamine and teat with luherculin^all hiana I feel that every Sainnan in this sate la anxious 'to^furnish his customera with an abso^^lutely h althy and pure milk. IroSn irjowa that are known to lie free from^inf.. n uis .lla.-ss To fm llltatc this in-^spectlon, if you destrt your herd .-i^aailOsd and lesled with Iuherrulln. .^ till oui 'h. .11. bmed blank hiuI^forward II bo tins .ttl.e. where ll will |be tilled In Its ordsr as received, and^your herd iiisp.-. ted at as early a date^aa ixhmudIp. Itis to be t oil I that there Is no ,appropriation at present avails).I.- f i^thla pur|h^je and the cx|^enseo must be Ihirne by the owner. However, only^uctual coal of Inspection will bo chntg- !ed; therefore, It Is within the reach 1of all. Anumber of dairy herds have al^^ready lieen tested and Inqulrlps pja be^^ing ilally received asking for Inspec^^tion of other hsrds in all isirtlons of^; the stat.v There Is not the slight-si^danger iii thla Inspection and no iisl^^of nay chai-ai lei to run. Kxperlence^t- si h ^ that in . Itlzcti* are beglnnlnn^lo ask. hsgsjrs buying milk of a dairy^^man. Ilai.- ^oui . nil la.ii tested for^; lOSsromptl ^T and Are Ihey free fr-.tn^- this disease^' and al the anno- tin- ib -^mamling to l^ shown a lieultli icrll-^^cate TrustiiiByou may see the linport-^ini-i f IhlS mall. r ami that you may aidthis depart men I in its effort 11 keep oursat. free ,f Ibis as well as .ther In-^f.. nous animal diseases. 1 remain, very^truly.M ^ stMOWUKB, MateVi teiinaiian.'' IN THE COUNTY RECORD OFFICE. IIppiHof I and an . ^ollcraof l -.c ulon^I'lae d on Hsgial rallon. F.K. Sargcant hus glvm u died t mas nil s. loarmaa for $t^o .r km k, inblock lu^, of the city Of Anscmida. JamesH. Mayers of Andrew i mnty,^Missouri, has given a do d to Volney^l^. Whlllng and William J. Alexander,^both of Ullv r How i SmtV, of HI acres. ik part of Met Ion :',i. lownshln 4. northof range in west, for S1!^hi Whli-^ing and Alexander ha\e ala . piin-ha^i^l^the other portion of tin sunn section. joa. res, for IM, fi m Oeori Basins^..f lie Kail, c .tinly. Missouri. It.\. resjaM and J M Rorhi feller^Mr* ROttCS of haxiny located Ihe Yel-^I m Morse the Mul. and the Black^i Hum ^imiri^: lode mliiliu- . lai'ii. siluai-^ed a mlli and a quail t southwest of^Silver lake, on the Silver hill and^Storm Ink. t mil. sbOUl a mile and S ajaarteeIn ^ axsarthweaterty direction fromHie Gold foln qsSrtl mill. j.w. coiiuiM. GcuBc Parlati and J,^H OaNtaa have i fastarsd themselvei aalocal .ra of the t'haiiey ('illlns. Lit^^tle Mm. Alberta and Utile Kddie^quarts I .de mltilnc lialnis, which nn-^altust.d about two and a half miles^northwest or Twin Inkcs. ISHOP CRANSTON TO-NICHT. fjvarybodyshould turn out t . night tohi-ai- the Msaop ai th.- Audltorttm,^Admission. 2S cftits. Korreliable pluuiblng. so to J. A.^Hasley. ttl Osl street. All.oi. h of ( ^ouileliplla. Washington.Aug. IT.- There was nn-^n-,.-d Is lb.- ireasuiv Ssgaartanest to-day^' lor redemption MM Ml BbSbS of ISS is^\ sin- of June l'e stsV Tile. w.i. pr. -cni.d^by a liuslniss mm of Louisville, lo I'pnu^examination Hip nates were found M Sa ,eantoefi n^ ia :ng snri of ^ m i ^ Surgi |.., of , OUl-lel f.-ll nOtOS Wllicll .ipueuled Inthe principal la.n.l markeis loo-it IMKi^and istiT Al Ik* secret serelce deanH*^m. in ii is gajf, that inaj akttea frssj mhUk^theap Sstes aSOeS printed w-er. csptursd^I Nov 21. ItsST. from William K. Hrockway.^! who Is now sen Inn a l.-rm of I^ o-.n-s In^i the Trenton. N J SSSttsnUsry lor coun- 't.-rfcltlng |.'^^l geld ^', rUfOHstSS, olllliian.li'. Moloiig Itpll.ed. WashingtonAug. IT An order In^la-en lasu. d by the navy departnient retir^^ing I'onimaiid.-r J C Mornng on Aug ;^^.^In Inning reached the age limit of ^^v. ars i 'onuuatult r Mornng waa a volun^^teer naval officer and entered Ihe service^April I.when he waa made saSBjS andassigned lo dill^ with lie Mlssisslpnl^i rlior sipunlron In IM-* In- eulcred the reg^^ular navy aa ensign and has boon Sags-^laity atsesnlll lie once . omnianiled the u.i\..iBtatlas si 1'iiget sound, ills pstaa gsMMpromoiis Lieutenant I 'oniinanilcr^AllaTt Boss to bS . otiim.ind. r IdealIHe.llbs llppda. SanP| IB .is.... Aug IT Win n 1 lie lu ar |Bg ol the A ilgllSO'i .l\. II ease wis re sane.1 to-day Jlrs Hurceil, u dreasni ik. r^who said thai she had known Mrs i'ra^veil for las past eight Of nine v.-ars,^I stated thai while ill work In Mrs. i'ra-^v. n's house on lauivenwort ll street. In^aasSsSSssfi 1KM. she saw some nansfS^which look -.1 like d ^. ds Tliev fell from^Mrs i raven s dress while sue was titling ItShe pliked lllem up and after noticing thatthey were written In p.-u.-il. laid^th. m asld. I'pon being shown the pencil .lec.isiii eanlievefsf sin reeatil] Issstlfsad^Us ga lleposll.r^ N..titled. HelY.rk Aug. IT The tiiegon Im-^geoja,. in. nl , ompali^ s t. oruanlaatlou . oin-^nilttee has untitled .lop.ml. is ul 1st . oln- pani- , onsoiid.ii. .i saoexajsgaa bojass anal lir.i.rred and eoninuui SaSeJol an.I also biM i ^ nl it aoonrttass that las time 'for deposiiin- |gs ssesTMata wiih.uit imui- u111 h.t- Iii . Mendel lo Aug k\ and ;that the tlrst Itistallmetil of tin assess^^ment must be paid before thai date with 1Interest up to the time the payment la^made. Ina 4.ale of Wind. Portsmouth.Aug IT. -The rue for (lie^Hear l onim.slor. s cup at ihe regatta of^the Koyal Alls-it Yacht club was started^to-day in bait a gale of wind The yachts^had their top gent housed and got ..way^with a single reef in their mainsails. TileDuke of Abbl'IISSl'S Holla was tllst to crossthe line, but Kinperor William ^ M-^leor eonn asaum.-.i the bail, with I'harles lla Hoses Allfola si.I The Aurora nntnshedfirst, llona second and Mi leor^third. It.l^l.ed ii Itai k. S|iiugtlelil Mo Aug IT This BaseSjgsl^at Is o . lo. k tbrte men arme.' with W in^^ch, sters went Into ih.- PhaetrlllS iiank.^forced the cashier to bold up his hands^and secured aheiit p'.o mostly silver. A^posse purau.d the robla-.v and ixehuiiged^several sbota without effect. The robla.rs^turned north about four mil. s from llne-^ville aid aasaassi Taei an beHseojt to^IM metnlM-ra of shut ^. known aa lh^ Cat-^Her gang t'anrIgsssayoa Ana-rie^^^. 8iPsanhkssrg, Aug. IT The i xur to^^day received at I h. IN n rlu.ff palace u^-..-n ih-; of distinguished physlelana. In-^tlSSBUg tie Ann ll-an d. legalrs, Mrianrs.^fMarcnarn. Kep and K^ rmu who were on^their way to th. ,,,kr.-- ..r medicine,^which is ^S !^' hi d a' guana. limitedhy ihp ) rem h Park*.Aug. IT ^It ta rriairted that an-^oUier- KYenebbntpat waa rea-enlly surprtaa'dnear Dooaa. |g the Hondan. by^the Insurgent Taunags. who were suhec-^^luently routial u^ t.^ i r^^, t, troops. MAYfit INCENDIARISM SawMill And Lumber of Luke Bros.Destroyed by Fire. ALLBUT MONEY WAS LOST Deathor Alfred Osier, an Old Pioneer^Came to the State In 1SQ4 and^Worked Many Large Mlnea Open^^ing of the District Court. ami ate*I! ^ two SpecialCorrPSDotidenie of the Standard TwinBridges, Aug. II.^A dlsaatruus^fire iK-ourred ypsterday morning, by^which the aaw mill of Luke Bros., situ^^ated on Trout creek, a tributary of the^!:^ aicrhPad river, about 1^. miles from^Twin Bridges, was totally destt ^^ I^t. g thai * ^h the dwelling house alii^all its contents and about tuo.noo feet^of saw. .I lumber, which was pi). .1 mar^lip. mill ready for I ranap.u I a i i, ui i^^^i-h.rlilaii. when- Luke Bros. Inl.-nd-d U^open a lumber yard. The lire waa .lit-^covered aoon after daybreak, ShOal tie-^usual hour for arising, and had gained^such Inndway thai the roof of the mill^was already falling In and the tlann a^had caught on to the dwelling house. Allefforts to cxtlnguiah the lire or^prevent Its spreading were utterly fu-^tli.-. tin boi losing iMilcl.ing and (loth^ing w hile tstaavi ring to check the fury^of the flames. The only valuable sal^^vage which they madi waa that of^II.ma) In money, which they hud In the^house for the purpose of buying the^Sheridan properly for their lumber^yard, and which narrowly escapes! In^Ing consumed with the rest, as It was^forgotten till It waa almost las late to^save It The call was so close for them^that they bad lo send la Sheridan for srearlaiapparel before some of I asm couldgo to town. The bias will proba^^bly (geeed I^'ikhj, upon which there la^no Insurm.There are Itronff SMBt-^clous ol Incendiarism, but nothing pns-^ithc up. ii whu h to base an accusation^Another oM pioneer pHMsed over the^dark divide Friday afternoon, and was^bulled on tin- family ground n at Sher^^idan yesterday afternoon. Alfred ('is^lar waa probably Ihe most widely^known i iur.en In his section of the^county, hilling been engaged in aajBfta^mining, milling and farming in the vi-^^ in11 \ if Hi anion sin.. ixiil. II. work^^ed the famous llroadgauge, Hull'oti and^ol In 1 celebrated inln.ti in the early^'Tils, and th.- Weekly Montanlan, prlnt-^^.l during the winter of 1S74eonluina freqninl reports of CUtst, llan ^ c,,.^rleaning up or 'on paanaM of gold weeklyfrom these mines. The mill Is^allll running on custom ores, and Is In^^land i,i close proximity to the claims^made fann.us by the late Hlelner epi-^aodi. ami w hich arc slated on th. ,),,, |j^et for several Inw suits at the term of^. ^in I ulil. b opens at Virclnla City lo-^iiiorrow. Mr. t'lslei's death Is attrlbu-^n-.l to brain fever, superinduced hy a^sunstroke walea pioatiHled liim dm ing^the heated term with w tilt h this sect on^suffered Hi. fats pint of thla week. Ds rsaasderas regarded by his neighbors^as a most estimable and upright citi-^xi n. Iii all that the term impll. ..^Ms sudden lakiaff off Is deeply^pior.-d by the emirs- community. leavesa wife, three aons. and^daiti.'liters to mourn IiIm |,^aa. Cnqriopens at Virginia Cltv to-mor-^rnw. Judge M. H. Barker and Court stHygrsnner 1, a. Mnaiajaaa ar- rlvedat Twin Hrldges last evcnltifr and aaaasdnn t.. lbs county seat 10 ba Pr.hi 111 ai the open.ng. The docket Im^a light one. only three criminal cases^ap| irlng ti|Min it. One la the state^of Mi.ntana vs. Uerry Kaine. charged^with nssauli in the llrst degree In^making a gun play at Ked llluii nearly ayear ago; the wiaie of Montana vs. MlnSMoore. John Drew unit Thonum^Itlnekburti. charges difendanta with^robbing a sh^ophtrder In a house of^111 fame nt Noriis. and the state of^Montana vs WMMam Cantwell. la fur^ohatructlng the public highway In the^I'pper Ruby valley this spring. Lil^^lian i*. Qrtfna at OsMral Kaby rat ley^H.ir.is n fdvatOS from Frank ilrimii^and ITftle II. iney of Twin Hrldges naks^a similar release from David Honncy. Am.ingmlalmji sutis the moat Import^^ant is that nf Mrs. Caroline McKay,^asking an Injunction rcst.-alning Jacob^Htiiner et al. from milling main her^land, and mere ate several oaass in^coking title to lialnis on th- Muy- nowerit.igc ami lis eatensaon. Others atecivil cases of no genera! public in^^terest. The term Is not expeti ^! to la-^a long one. probably not exceeding two^weeks In duration. Aftermany mishaps and delays.^Freighter I'aslay ^1^ i \ -veil the holler^for the Montana Smelting and Mining^company al the smelter groumla last^in 111iip.. and the managers expect to^bara ihe works in running order by^I h mul.lb* of next w eek. Thesmell, i of the Toledo Mining^ci mpati.v. in ar Shi ridau. was blow n^in last Tuesday. a report conies down^thla evening that it ' froxc^ yest. i.lin^but how hard was not known. The^resulting iMay will probably not In-^long. Work.ui the new mill and eon- . n^trator at Koehester will begin lo in-u^row mul Twin Kri.lg.s butchers are^impaling tar a eaMjaeottent Inereaat in tinhi f i'.emnndii of the . amp Theboard of trustees have decided^to open school for Hi. term in Twin^Bridges on the llrst Monday In Sep^^tember, The slattta Nellie and Carrie^Smith have Li en engag. .1 as principal^and primary teachers i, sp.-.-tIvcly. ii.pun Supremo Commander c P,^N well of ihe K. ^^. T M., who re. turnedthis week from the review ol^the ^sfJaTSSM leaf at 1'ort Huron,^Mub started this morning on a tour ofSouthwest, rn Montana and South^.in Idaho, proselytising foi the Ma.^cab. s Editor Prank 1'. How man of^the Monitor will accompany him on^pat t of his trip. JohnHall. Charles Hart ruff and Tom^Chamliers have placed a laiat on the^Beaverhead river and purpose having^u series of Ingg llshlng excursions^when the .^vinlniJS arc favorable It is^claimed by some who claim la know^that It Is the prettiest of piscaton.il^sports. Afterholding the baafdh La tvhit a^hall for four nlgtiis. ^Baku the^^wed* and hla ...mpany lett this^morning fm the N^ .^^^mil I'-n* Th -^^will slop a, Virginia City nn-l SI. inIan^on the * u Sup.int. intent Richard will hold t^quatiiiiy . xamlnatlon of teaih. is f.-r^eertif'u at IS on Aug. ^. Th bl kllOl'l pride the kpBPdlpl ^ d. light^Ilia Word ii Hal eglnnMa]to-day and on each day^txcepl Bandnj ur.til the das* of th.^rai-ea at Btilte. the Montana t'nloo^will s. |] aaajgetal i X-urslon tickets to^Hut', and return, good going on the^train leaving Anaconda at 11:50 a. ai^.ni l returning ..n the train leavlnj;^I'.utte at 9 :T. p. in., at one dollar. H.B CALDRHHKAD.^il.-taral I*as*cnger Agent. Whenin Butte lunch at Sherman s LiquidBread al the Smith DrugCo.'e. A MINC ON FIRE. HipI ilea I!ping n. iuaj. .1 Ullb Water^It Steima soft ing. Angela('aaaa, CnL, Aug i^ -The rn. a^mui. is on Are. Flames - 1 ' araoke were^.lis, ,o end-Issuing from i ^' ' level^.i i o'cleeh this momli u It a-ae with^rtlnicutty the night shift mad. ibelr ps-^rape. The lire is auppus. .1 lo have ongl- sated from suontaneunluistlon, .,.use.I hy lard and .-hmI ..i n -- imiajsal-^hl. at present bj eatlmu'. Ih. extent of^the loss that the Are will cause, but It Is ifito say that it will amount la hun^^dreds of thouaanda. N- t sal) P IbS mine owners^dfestei, but the ^ ^ ssabj sf AngelaCamp. wbl. Ii goal ^ laipula-^Uea ..f ^,aw inhabltanls. nbo si almost .uiirely di p. n.lc-it u|.oii i mui'r^ em^^ployed In the L'tlca group ol SslssS.^There are I.MS men employ. ^i by the eoav^pany. and should the Sr^ prora as se^^ll.his as report.-.! thcae men will be left^In destitute olr. um^l.in-^livery effort la la-.ng .n.nle to quench Ih^- tire, but gaa ami an^.k.- is sesaplMg^from all Ihe shafts, whl. h are Is ini^ tap^Idt) blllkheuded While Plopping the I'll-^. ,, shaft several llremm w n sufT Mini,^The mine la being rapid!, toodaal Willi^water and all MM main agpei h've la-en^.in and alt ;:..^^ miners Inches of wa^^ter an* poarlmt tlow:- 'In -ft^ H will^take a! leas! four days to Itsud the mine^and two month, lo pump at '^^' water^and III th.- mine for regular operations.^Th. I ilea mine Is owned b) lie llo'-.iit^estate. It la eetha\t^d tin Oi l im His^of the iniseaed tl.:m.^^^ I 1 'imuni. iROM ANDREC. ThePigeon Mory Invpallgao.l and found^to lla True.^Chrlstlanla, Aug. 1*.-Information |*^^c.lve.l h. ro i-onllrtna the report patboMaed^In tin- .li.-patcbes ironi Msmnaarfeat, Kor-^wnv. saving one of the searchers fur Herr^Andre.- met the sailing v. ih I Aiken about^July 0, and wus Inforincd by le f captain^thai ^lie of her crew tied snot a carrier^pigeon between North . ipe snd S.-\.aj^IllaadS. on the norlh DOOSl ol the island,^bearing a message from the explorer, ud- Ires^i io Iha IfiiaMadii ol iioekhaha whichreads ua followa: Klghty-lwod. are. s pa.-s, -1 i ;.mnI Jour-^n.-\ tiorthward. Andre.' iii.late of iha message ^ -i:. gtbhv The pigi also earn. .1 a lett - i also address. .1 lothe Aft. nblail. i but tin ^ IStali of the^vessel declined lo Ssflander either. Tin^. aptaln is familiar with Amin e s plans^and is greatly Interested n till SV^The news arrived her. indirectly. Tie .upturn..I ihe Aiken eoei an untested Ins fnrtaerinformation to the ...nunander of thei.ip lajsastd ..f Traswoe the latter^Ir.insmiiiing the news to Ihe .ommander^,,r in. steamer l-ixpress. upos which the I.orn.r polar sseesttten w is sasjatag^home, ami the lixpress tinaiiy paeeeS the newsaliitig to the steamer l.-.locii. wiih h^brollglil II here. (triceratinned ill- U.-o. I'ortsmoiith.Kngland. Auc IT-There is^great .N.ilcmeiil here over a moat extra^^ordinary slate of affairs on la.ard the^Itiiiish bnttleshlp Royal foverebja, which^is djoni to sail for thtas rtare' s.-rvb.-^with ta* MedltarrasiaM sqsadrms. The re-^latiuns between sever..I ol iha sSMari^and Ibe aoanaen an nssjlel; it rained. Tha^gatter declare they are suffering from a^earjety gf \.r\ serious gii. ^saaSS .iinou Whicheape.iallv ob^ ctlonanle Is Hie de- fagI Ing of lbs usual have fifty men have deserted,all thUs aa hoard ship arc lulland IbS IBgaly of irons Is net ellltl-^etenl for the large snasber unilcrgolr.g^punishitieiit. Itiw e)SSa a Horae Knee. TheUalles. lire.. Aug. IT. -J. M. I'rawi^sllot and seriously v. minded Da sat I Mas^lon. y ex-city marshal of The Dalles,^this afternoon. The trouble arose over a^horse race b/hteb .i.eurre.l In Klickitat easatytwo saeatba ago, Tbt men nw to-^gaj sad MahMey struck I'rawi. who im^^mediately drew a n voiver and ahel^three times, hilling Maloney Macs just he-^low tin- lean. Prawl lasmestately gars II.llls If Ull. TilPrevent I'li. e ( utllll,' Tlua. Aug. IT.^An Important asset- Ir.gof shingle and rsmbSS manuf acturers^for IbS puriios. of adopting I uniform list^and pi event ing the .lilting of prices aa.-^held || day Star simmdes were set al II^ clear- al 11.1 If I t.^. with the nasal aWerenreoa lower grades. An ndeaaftf ofII p.-r thousand was made on cedar^and parses sidings and all other grades^l-f rouuh and dlSSSSd I IMJbM Were held lit tinareratUna aseJs ..i ttasaraer mills. Ina CvsUSS] (nnditioii. Ressbarim-.-.. Aug. iT.-i'in- aaaM ai theman who was killed In the fseigbl^wr.-k at Cow creek \estcr.l-i\ MaraMaJ^la Ballaburv The other Injured. Jerry^O'Neill, a miner of Deer Clt^. Mont is In^a critical rsadittos, hut will Bet saMMM^to amputatlot.. \t aehlbSI Parly. HetelCsamsuUn, K. Y.. Aug. 1T.-The^presldinl and Imesedlats Wends ai coated^mi Invitation lo a v.i.htlng Salty to bl^given by th.- owner of the yacht Washita.^Mr. Patnam The trip was to OS island sun i bj Pataass, snd hasted al sssen, N.t. tnglllll..to lie KlPciitPil. MadratiAug it Tag supreme ^osjjnsa ofwar has oasssrsaed the sentem-e of^death passed by 111. court martial ull^Ml. ha.l Aug.Illlo. alias Holll. the assassin^nf Canon as. The murderer will la- exe^^cuted on Thursday or Friday. vllver^ III He l.owpr. Mexico.City. Aug 17-Ncw York es-^^ ii i tea sold .it M pr.-nilam la day, but^lb.- BS Mill I of th^ transactions war-- ,,t^M a id tsV Ii Is la li. ved that silver has^not i ached its low.pl level. PeMaae^earl Itpeoveiing. Tarls./\ug. IT.^I't nice Henri of Orb una^who w..^ roumtsa) Sunday morning In a^duel with Mi Count of Turin passed an^excellent night and all danger of a se-^i rlous outcome appears to be k^i Paaeali.ranted^Spi .1 I' pal. ll lo Hie Stall.laid Washington. Aug I7.-A patent 'or a aaiaei- ic k ^. - t^ day issupd to WIMbMS 'II. Krlao of Unite Mont. MaleHoard* sf Health. KashVlHe,Tenn.. Aug. 17.^Delegates to^the national e..nferen^,c of the state^board^ of I. .Ith which meets here to-^morto,. ar. arriving on every train tssetrtyed hy Klre. Kaglelllv.-r. W ^ Aug. tt^fire to-day^i daatrayed the Qerr^ Lumts-r rompani s^- yants with IS.^M,iaai feet of lumher Loss.^flM.MS. s..me insurance. Deathet aasasSaf Kwalni. TTasblnglnnAug it.^David U. Mwaim.^I*. 8. A re Urea, ju.igp adrocatp general,^died here ,e..i.i^ .,g.,,| ^. of Bright s dis^^ease. Bata r -h pa. Niw Y..rk Aug IT ^Thp steamship^I Paris, for Aouthacipton. to-morrow will^take out ^ ^.aa. ,.,^ , , ,.f allv STARTEDA ROW. SlsamprHuiiiboi.il Wat Going to Lease^Won.i.a Hip Paaaoagera' Haggsgs. Seattle.Wanh.. Aug. IT.^The stpanier^Humboldt which waa to sail to-day for^Bt Michaels. Alaska, with 231 passengers andMM tons of freight destined for Daw-^mn fity, |g in the hauda of a I'nlled^Slates deputy marshal. When the boat^was about to sail to-day the passengers^discovered that a large amount of their^baggage waa to ke left on the dock. They^were very angry and held a mass meet^^ing. Yore Wood of Seattle, who l^ man^^ager uf Ihe boat, was called upon to ex^^plain, and promlsp.l that those who left^provisions would he properly cared for^and (hat the go.als would be shipped on^the next bust. Thla did not satisfy the^crowd, which demanded a guaranty. Ar^^thur Seymour of Haverhill. Mass.. made^a speech demanding that the rights of^those who ha.l paid for tickets and^rrelght l*^ conserved. Incidentally he said^he supposed there were those la the^crowd who would like to hang the man^^ager. Hla words had all exploalve effei t,^hut ho managed to secure order and a^'ommlltce was appointed to adjust inat-^| t. ra. At Ibis point It was announced that^1 John Oalllvan of Spokane had libeled the^aleaaser, Matters hid fair to la. settled^so that the steamer would gel away to^^morrow morning. shotHer Huaband. Ash.-vllle.N. C^ Aug. 17.^At Bender-^t sonvHIe. 2U miles from here, to-day Mrs.^Baa F. Iloial ahnt her huaband. Inflicting^what max- proven dangerous wound. Mrs.^Iloial then shot herself, dying instantly.^; The cause of the tragedy is unknown.^Mrs. Hood was a native of Ohio, aged^about 't\ years. She has a brother In Ohio^\ w ho Is a Judge. FlowerCnrnlval. ColoradoSprings. Colo.. Aug. IT.^This J^afternoon the fifth annual flower carnl- I^vol was Inaugurated with a horse show, ! which was an unquestioned success. Al.lleraty ( oiop inioii. Fromthe Washington Htar. I'mafraid Ihere is a great deal of^ridicule afloat concerning some of my^recent victories. ' remarked the 8panl^li |general. | am afald there Is.^ replied an of^^ficer. Well, there's one consolation. They^; don't make as much fun of my wink as^thiy do of Alfred Austin's. AGood Month Ftr economical buying. Is August. Weather conditions do not effectour desire to sell you gmals. Never too hot or loo cold^to llnd values at our itort. The lowest prin.,1 .itwail through^August. AShirt Value Thekind that gives you cant ,it. and yd a ..tylisli appear^^ance, in the Boost sought tor COjaaTlBsi shosjhi be marked at^HJI each. AugustValue 75c UnderwearValues Mens'llalbrlggan. finished SajmaJ In the most expensive^Rtadee, perfectly made, refiulnr price Jl.O'i AugustValue 65c Each e SpecialHat Value StrawHats, worth 11.00, 11.50 and t:.0(l. YourChoice of Lot 50c MacCallum^ Cloutier 301and 503 E I'ark Avenue, Auncfiiula,Montuna Piell.^ Turf. FromIh. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Thatpretty young widow. Mrs. Toll I^vi r, la an advocate of the Knelpp cure,^saw her walking In the grass hxrafoot .1^this morning. Thaimakes her I grass willow, doesn't I^11^ A Thefarm Sf Katzenstelu ^ Cohen^hus btiii dissolved, Mr. Kalzeiistein^moved the stock of clothing and fur^^nishing goods lo llo.l Lodge. Mr D.^Cafeta. sr. retains the groceries and^will continue in this line of busiti,-. I^only under ihe name of the Mr.Cohen has hud over SO years'^! expel it nee In the grocery trade and^his customers can always depend on^' the goods being strlt tly first . lass. I AS FOR PRICES Weask all economical housewives to^kc^p tab on the prices we advertise,^eommcnelnR Sunday. Aug. and they^will find that. It pays to buy your gro^^ceries of us for Gash 1k for our ad In Sunday's Sland- |mil. AnacondaCashGrocery Co NextIhmr to Postofflce. Anaconda. NOTIGEOF ELECTION i N dice Is hereby given that a apecial 1election will be held In and for the city^..r Anaconda on the 15th day of Sep^^tember A. t^.. 1897. for the purpose of^the taxpayers of the said city voting^upon the question of the Issuance of^bonds up in Ihe credit of the city in the^Mini ^f 110.000 for the purpose of con^^st rucllng I public sewer for the city of Anaconda. Therewill be but one pilling place^for Ihe said election, which will be at^the flic house. In the city hall. The^registry agents will meet for the pur-^i ..so ..f the icgistratlon of the taxpayers 1of the said city prior to said election,^due notice of which will be given, and^onlv thosi taxpayirs duly registered^may vote at said election. T.0\UlilA.HY^Olt.i) Clerk ormi Otiuol' Anaconda ThereIs in. abatement of Interest In our August clearing^ sale for the ri ason^thai new featares arc brought forward ^^very day, and every day there are^sp'-ciul opportunities for saving your dollars. HEREARE STRIKING^ILLUSTRATIONS LadiesFast Hlack Cotton Hose, good i|tialitv. ^', pairs for^Ladies' Kxtia PhM Seamless Cotton Hose. 1' pairs for Me,^Ladles' full fashioned import d Hose in Hlack ami Tan. n-gtilar He quality^for 2fic a pair. I.ail i.i;' line llauxe Vests. 1' for j'ic. Ladles'extra fine Ribbed Vents, in While and Kcru. 4 styles to choose^from. Ha each, reduced from :S^.o. Children'sHibbed Cotton Hoae. warranted last Hlack Seamless, all six s,^10c a nair instead of K^^Hoys' Heavy Hibbed Cotton Hose, fust bluck. l^a a pair Instead nf I'Oc. Children'sSummer Vests. I.'n- each, reduced from tit.^Ladles' Shirt Waists that have sold up to tlM each; sale price, foe and Mc. AMan^Once More Fullof Vim.^Full of 44 Snap.^Full of Energy. Foellnglike your old self, like yen used to feel, every nerve sparkling with^the v igor of youth, your blood charged with the tire of life. This Is th. way^^nu can feel If you saturate your n.-rves and blood with electricity, the llfe-^glver. Did you ever meet a man who had on a Dr. Sand, n Klecttic Belt7 He^looks as he fceels^a perfect man. It makes him a man once more. Mr. Cha'^Ttud*ll. Fort Sherman. Idaho, says: ^My condition has improved wonder^^fully My memory Is now perfect, the dull, heavy feeling has disappeared and^my general health has Improved. I have worn the Hell only thirty days.'' Life^will he a pleasure to you when you wear Dr. Snndcn's ICIeclric Kelt. Oct the^book 'Three Classes of Men,'' by mail, sealed, free. SANDENELECTRIC COMPANY J53Washington Street. Portland, Ore. UNIONIRON WORKS BUILDERSOF MININGMACHINERY BanFrancisco, California. SENDFOR CATALOUIIES. 4%^ -are) gutteJ^aces. ARENOW IN rWWESS 4- ForProgramme ^ee large^Advertisement on^Butte page EDA. TIPTON ABieaa RACENEWS Am^p-^w^^^ FULLAND COMPLETE REPORTS^each day of the Butte meeting; alio^of the principal events on the Eastern^Tracks, will be found in TheAnaconda Standard Trya Standard Want Adv.