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Mme. Jmaisithek, who is now In Bow
tag, isteas to act aaln during the app
SIJllan dealk has been earned for
ALb as ouotle touar of Amera. I Is
she L. sing on Tamuano's night.
Tl li Pldelpbia Jto'd thu.k that the
blu dmematc events the coniemi geason
t the Bootb Modteska trrin tour
Lweenee Darrett s oegqala perodne
time at WiL a Young's oiga tagedy,
The Ma.garet Mat.her ompr aopen
mat the B win theatre, e Frncuo
nest Mondayr evend with a productio
of "Gretchen." Mis Mather.s California
tesr will coer a period of 12 weeks,
These ae 1MS actors in New York t
dray who are uiemaployed; yet over 1.UID
l actors are onsing to tBis countmi
to ply next sen a cn ompnie alreay
orlniad and for which routes asw alread
laid out.-C-t- sg Tai.
Helen Dauvrwy Ward, the well-known
actres, has announced her determninatleo
to retire permanently from the stage.
Sbe msay her husband objects to her act
ing, and has accordingly cansled all her
engagements for the comling eswaon.
Alexander Conatock, inainess manager
of the New York Academy, has made ar
range. esets with moane 2O theatert for the
Introduction of the automatic opera glass
hoses in the auditorlun. He says that
very theater in New York will have this
attchmnent to Its seats during the meason
The ~mnoae in which Her manJest~ra
t tbeater in Lodon has been .decorated is
both novel and striking. The auditoriun
is an Ellahethan market place. The
hoMes are the ends of EisabehtIn houses.
verr part of the theater becomes part of
the uiluson when Elisabet . drama oe
cupls the stage. The Ie t, however.
must be incongruous when a purely mod
ern rsene is unrolled or when tiue Luglish
auditor witnesses frym bin old Loundon
house an action that takes place I. a dist
Wilson Baysrett had intended to wproduce
"Good Ol 'lInes" In Amnerica halmnelf,
hut he has cosue to the conclusion that the
drama is a trifle too lurid in its character
for him to personally idenltify himlaelf with
over here. He has therefore sold the
American rightl of the play to Col. W. E.
Sinn, n of the Park theater, Brook
lyn. 'ood ()kl Times" in a nwkldramn
of the "Black Flag" order and is conid
cred a valuable pee of property. Mr.
Barrett will smhstltute "The Lorad Harry "
a former London scemaws and a romantic
drama, of which he is cr-autlhor. i l hi re
pertory in place of "Good Olk Tinme."
Is It not time to drop the absurd title of
opera house when alluding to a every small
arnt about the country ' When it was al
mwot universally adopted the theater was
supposed to scare x.ople away. But I
suppose we have got over thluat. Half the
opera houses of the country have neve.
had a performance of opera within their
walls, and would he unfit for such an en
tertainment Itl any case. There are only
three buillings in the country perfectly
fitted for opera performances-the Metro
poltan (pera House of New York. the
Anditorium in (hcago, and the Acadeony
of Music of Phladlai. Yet there are
2,000 opera homes. t is a redclulwus mlni
nosmer.. - Dwtia Tines.
STRUCK IT RICH.
new a Peer Wamlsrer Wae rlade Mtl
From the New York World.
Several gentlemen were seated in a
Wall street, New York, ote on Saturday
evening discussing the fortunes of North,
the Itinerate king, who sojourned here for
a few days not long ago, when one of the
partt said in the hbering of a reporter:
"Well, North isn't a clreumstance to an
Englishman 1 know hy the name of Got
don who is now living in London with the
income of a Rothschild, and all acquired
like North-in tertilisers. Well, I'll tell you.
The island of Curaros, off the coast of
South Amnerlea, is surrounded at various
distances by smaller islands. For many
ears these small Islands had been worked
for phosphate deposits of low grade, yet
sulicient remunerative to enable the
own*rs to make a decent livelihood. Cu
racao is about 100 miles long by thlrty
broad. It ever there was a desolate, God
formaken place it's Curaco. It is one
mass of rock, and not soil enough can he
found upon which a blade of grass can
nfow. The hay and grain upon which the
beasts of burden subsist must all be im
" Well, Gordon cane to Curacao with
out any special object in view. He was a
young man and hadn't a cent he coukl
call his own. He had heard of the phos
phate deposits on the adjoining islandsso
he set about doing what nobody else had
ever thou.ht of--prospecting the main
island. he dn' been at worlk long be
fore he diseovered a peculiis-looking
granite sort of a rock, which he sent to
England for analysis, with many other
saples. This particular sample was
focnd to carry a very high percentage of
Sthe autriment that exhaustedlands resquire,
to snake themn productive. Gordon e
cured a ninety-nine years' lease of an .m
mense traet of rock, agreeing to pay the
princely royalty of £1 for each f.o ex
tracted. To-day Gordon owns a line of
steamships employed exclusively in trans
porting the rok to Liverpool, where it is
crushed and sold. His fortune is variably
estimated away up in the millions of
pounds. The royalty which he pays not
only covers all the government expenses
of the island but a handsome surplus be
sides. So great is the percentage of good
in the rock and so vast are the quantities
quarried that the miners on the ad nt
-ilands have virtually been usable to
compete and have abandoned their quar
ries and turned to other pursuits.
It was Nwet -ark Iart."
"I tell you there's lots of fun travellng
in Wisconsin just now."
The speaker. says the Minneapolis
Joumrns, was a commercial traveler who
was enjqwing an after dinner citar in the
rotunda of the West hotel yesterday atter
"I've just come up from Chicago over
the Wisconsin Central," he continued.
"and I never had so much fun in my life.
You see, I bad to stop of at a little town
between bere and Milwaukee to sell a bill
The train wasn't due until about mid
niht. I sat up and played dominoes with
tde night clerk of the hotel where I stop
til train time. I thought I would
a steeper a I was very tired. As
would ave as thee. was one lower
empty. As I sat there walln or
porter to make up my bed eve
Wsm onc" flor a*i amall. a3t «E
hm* had 010"N anmdw. a JIMA
aneo bherth w
a-t pare" d I~t emagner slep CvomeIs.
"Abed we s~Tmaid MOW -b ld15.
"Ormat HaoI Tom pboudr hbave owe
the pilare. presenteid a mummeal b~a.
Warmns shorieked a"d yelled -'%Abhus 1
Measla ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 revoatf~ln D wlvers
mmd h PwkM;ve6s, matl yams coeldn%'
aount them. "Whoum is her? '1 hsaw't
n a coa I'r 61s It Black Baun If 6It' an
up with us r was h«amd. while the parler
toad In hU mIddle o Othe *Me, the pie.
tUw of petraled mstoeaiehaent.
'"Foi de Lo'd' smake basM. nuan** de
mattiab, I wis just a-teill' dat nISah to
hole up do en' o' dat curtin, datav and
the darkay besan to grin.
6I tell yout the baded. popped hark pretty
maddenl Neriy everybody w as &@y
at flt, bt they moon not over it and they
began to chaff esach otber. There wasn't
nmuch sleep in that car the rest of tbe atight.
STORAGE OF STEAM.
What Is ClIataed Ir a New Prpmwes Mr
Fres Ilrea Trade llevkrw.
A new nathod of storinr steam to l.
utilisad and controlled for mntive power
of any description i especially adapted
for propelling str.et cars. either suartfa
or elevated. It Is asserted that good
speed can be attained without tie usual
noise, asmoke, cinders and escape of
steamn. Very little flre is required, as the
exhausted steanl is saved and condensed
in the boiler, using the same water t(~u
tilually. Any danger of explosion is
averted by the holier not becoming heated
by water pasing through tubes, as by tiea
ordinary metLod. The steam reservoir i.
capable of resisting a presure of 1,O)
Iounds to the quawa ilnc, hiut will hanily
ever carry mole thana u1 to I.So poulnds of
k ron this new and simnple proxesn an
derived the following valuable features of
the new motive: Alolute safety, great
eeononmy ins nauing expenses, and such
sanplicity in coatructon and handling
that it canI be run by anly man of com.mon
ordlinary sense. Its safety is due not to
the skill of the driver, but to the princi
ple on whih t it I built. The weight is ws
evenly distributed ol fouar wheels that it
can rnm an an orailaury street-cr track.
It is at all time uinder the control of the
driver, antd the car cal he stopped within
a space of Its own length. Ikten.tio.ns by
blocka-kus or other causesdo anot orcasiose
any loss of power. The nmoter has mlulu tc
ent power to easily pull one or nare cars,
and mnouet heavy grades. It can run
backward as easily as forward. A speed
of titeeln miles per hour cans bh stained,
and the rate of locomotion is enltirely alls
dtir tie control of the driver.
Ne |Too for NlUS.
Frnu thir Ntew York sian.
"G4entlemen,." said the Prwkklnt of ti;e
Hllluaatlitrian Club of Cu(ter ('ty. "'I aln
lhappy to present for me.nhership tlhe
Iante of John Doe of New York city."
"His oc'culation l? asked a voie.
"Ha hew ever llubbel any oe to deatlh .'
"I-I do nlot understand that he Ih."..
The hballot was pasedl and he got thirty
six black halls.
THE LOCAL MARKET.
The... QuS "lone ire .via..wd sad roterEn- Dy
ulkagr-4rauinuitcdI per 1I8. " ("' xight born,
s.40.; jndveireed H * A, New York, #13.31; Latf.
Costa Hies, I(IC~r 1e Java M cpadah ngP, 4or
Mocha. 37(4tr " rannhd Ro and ('tlrtr Yý ~ck
c; clii, 3?Ec.40 ,r; I3: rueia 1orh1 sod
Java, 3nfraarr: Arbuckle,31$ký".
T apsn.3NQ80c" English hrYoak IrfcAIsc, 40ai
SIAS; (iuanpowder, 43k41AS; extra Young Hy
Iýrklea-Per keg. 1s, $1.9; 3s. i0m; Is. $2.10;
Timothy srd-Pr rt. IW.
('slige--Per cwt. $3.
pu pert earn. SmAS.
Ha rfe spried per lib N p aek agcsr. 71i $
0i ditto slted, lboieu's. 14r per 1; pachesW,
lke Ise- aprkovt, J evaporated ditto.
Sehi; b wlackerhmlen. SIn; raubhrrie. Mc.
3-lb Manisdd prcim,$3.0
2-hS ndr -lb sir sen im b~eanas, $2T.75
Dried lkieas-NSvy. $6. per MS eL; UIsa,
"7.6; Raryon, $5.04
Wheat. No. I per ISO b SjAO.
('rsn, crackr. per lioi., *1.711.
Brio er 10 0; lbran and shorts per IM
pceo *r-Pr I4 0-esill, 'y' r .$ Ogdn
Oat mcal. per IS lb. 14.a0.
Fresh meats-Pork ain; beef 0 *j; slamb
quacrtet1 75 r4~u.: muttn T~lct.
qurter Nal ats-Ham itk* ba rS i; corned
beef Sic pork un; susag.e 5%itflcir.
cail--'rr tor. hard 659, soft .00.
Wood-Per cord 54.38.
Hay-Per ton $2"w
ltraw-Per ton .2±6.
Oats-Per cwt. 2.08.
I0stO A. M.-From the Mouth, Iaint and West
Leaves Butte at 9:30 A. M., connects at tilver
Bow 9:44 A. M. with the Utah & Northern
I 1s58 A. U.-From the North and Rat-Leraves
Garrion O:le. Beer D lege 0o:38, Warm
Springs II A.. (Annerts at Garrison with the
Northern Parcifi from Helena. Mimnmda and
the Bitter Root Raillway.
8 s*O P. M.-From the Mouth-IMreet from
Bntte 4:0, dilver How 4:44. Iregson 5:ot1. No
hance at Htuart.
5se: P. 1..-FrY n the North. lat, South anad
West-Buttb TeS, tlver How 7:44. tregmon
Na (irriats 69., leker Lodge :47,. Warmt
hng 7:-A. Connects at tuarrins with
otrn lPare from Nan Vmanclm'n Poart
" A. M.-For Mouth and North-Arrives at
Oregano It a12, Silver fow aa6. Butte R:a.
Waarm S•rings s9. Deer Lodge 935, Garrison
16:00. (amnnet. at Garrison with Northern
Parci e for Helena, Irimmnomld Mioula.
PtllUomhurg, and all points on the Ritter hoot
10ss80 A. M.-For the Mouth-Change caF· at
Stuart for (iregaun 11 :1, SIlver Iow 11:43 and
8t,1 P. M.--For North and south-Arrives at
tiregrun 3:3. ilver Row 3:47, lutte 400,
Warmsn prings 3MiN, lDN-er Lodge 4:16 and iar
riun at 4:4*". M. Connects at (&arrion with
the Northern Pacific East to Mt. Paul and
Eastern tate\ý an Went to Tacoma, Portland
and San 1ranelscao
I:10 P. M.-For the South-Arrives at Oregan
at .:J. Stilver Bow 6:46, lButte# at 7:.4 P. M.
Connects at ilver Row with Utah a Northern
for Denver Kansas City, Omaha a the
Fa"ter lt ,a for the Went to tand
and an Frandac.
Vanm Spring Live Stable.
Thebs liaest Turmouts in New and
LANDAUS, BUGGIES D CARRIAGES.
Our SADDInE O II n or Ladleand Gents
are the Lacsn la the new Lae.
CHAS. W. FRENCH. Proprietor.
FIrted ase. We ot Mala, Awamo . Moat.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished on all y f Work.
Some of the Finest Buil in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been t by this Firm.
Ordm k4ot oe. Jnbsg I. P. '· Haudware Store will .-eive pas'npt attention.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
ANACONDA, - - - *MONTANA.
J. L. HI-I LT N...
'Whok.r~h asd S r'*it *l.na r in
Staple and F cy Gr ries and Provisions.
and low iw.trw.
sP.ICII. RL TT ON TO IýRMIL. TlRRD. *
Maia Stre.t, Aascomi, .- - - - Opposite Opera Houe.
Anac a, Montana.
OPEN JULY 1, 1889.
0One of the handanenwtm and unut elegantly at
plnted hoiutIs In the Uitnºt Mtaten. Thulw .ghly
fireplrof, and iwov1Ied with elevatora, eleetrk.
tellsl, fre alarms, running water, baths, Mtemon
beat, open tre places and ll amoterk conven
ker. rs. Roms en mite and single. t'ulair- and
sr-vie strictly aIrut-hela. Irate flro
$3.50 er ay Upwards.
araording ultr and character of roams
Ibl. HARIIAUGH. Malnuger.
FRENCH CHOP SE,
VIrNT ITrrKT, A NDA.
F. B. HUG S & CO.,
8ptesdld unios merv frms 5 A. M. to It P. M.,
at prtices 2 4ets up.
Good L~ kes Served at any Hour
of Day or Night.
t rorgr thle Flace.
First Street, Near Oak.
THE BEST E R ICE.
The Rocky elegraphs
Company has di " ation
witall points E t e . The
service i prom and ale.
THE RE-VIE'W OFFICE,
. . ain and Sec ,d Steets
SAM PRAM NKO,
Fresh Game, rs and Fish,
Liquors. Ci ars. ndles. Nuts and
Fruits. utter resh Eggs, and
East First tiret. Aqoaoda. Mot.
ELEGANT FURNISIED ROOMS
THO DOL ONICO.
THE H NDSO IN ANACONDA
Main 4tI eet. CHAB. BEIRTCH.
READ'S DRG STORE,
Anaeami.r . --J
The Estes & Connell
Larest l est at of Lmnber Ia
Deer Ce .ty.
I.ATiH. $I (1I. INIMwAW4 ANh MEW'l.1
I 41 A 'AYVM IN I'ewI'K.
ALL RD S PROMPTLY FILLED.
(tmilcr nt Iar r Fnro r*t ,el. seut of tler
ralrrnuul ai. Aluswuuead. Mumntana.
WMei AMUi 4cA4l Al.WA\M IN TiNWK.
WM. L. HOGE, Presides
Wm o. CaakiLr.
First oAtfonal Bank
uy ansd .ell Ikume apn Yw e Krry Itclhane
on rne a gnrabnkng bwyasin'.
C'oftklnais poptl altan to K
Ublagow, Iiublin. Br lfam. PAIail.,u
Hamburg. Berlin and all the
h~asting cfirca of Vurupw..
HOGE. BROWNLEE Ii UlTE.
Wells, argo & Ne'w
AI* 4b auls Helena..
Fiitt * ar her EP.
Fled National Iw H llhe. IrL
Utah Nan 1 i rdena r
W r aru~t.. IIIk.
W. P. BURR S.
First ntrer Anarn.da, MoUt.
WHOI.KSALK D KI TAIL
+s" *T" *Mlinf.+
The chdly lrt- aaa Family Market
in he Citty.
THE ANACONDA NATATORIUM
Is now open to the PubUIr.
THE FINEST PLUNGE BATH II E STATE
TIe water is threp to fet deep,.
and s k at an even peraur.
rivals baths Wh. WIsh Thb.
Mnate Rash. Bath et Ae.
('ChikWre untder *Ir e5rets. w belndc
mre*4, oe block, the Mnae.
Et. HI. tAVAS, Manager.
--. M CýN ODL.[.
WHOLEZALI AUND RlTAI IKALEI IN
CHOICEI FAMILY ROCERIES,
ExceUleat F Fruits Tabr Veg4tabk.s
GOOD WINES, QC AND DOMES
TIC AND I UO XD CIGARS.
Fl.sT rIT.*r - ANA'NWUA, MONT.
Anaconda Live table
D. 0. BROWNE.LL., rawoo.
Buggi Saddl and Horses
Ale oi,,.w.e. Jmmd s-
oes Steelae IVres aresl Aaecmss mes
First Street, J¢ear J~ainr, - Anaconda.
DRUGS, FANCY ' DS, ETC.
Particular Attenti Given to Pre
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