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*ur exper - aum *Tu tht * in m
.PmTI- hmaftmr to malling the pros
Mle Dsga.,nrtiiimi> .f the New
York., adi wan hsames ain boousine- in
'I'urat~N . Y., wante to cousn beck to
wood dlHe MJ That hi ann & Ran
Spokaute *t Latlusst bst hei mO ptar
~m>«~min« sad I. praatiemlly turned out
fart-e-on.He wrIf mot be trained
*-hi-ttlnext uprise sand wWl winter at
J. K. A Anssk, who hat been trfin.ig
Mr. lindr'an., ain. b ererd of o con
Yocthkm with the loas dlai itanb. and re
turned to New York. Rumor baa (t that
be will train for Mr. Withers.
Sertorarey gui. of the Milwaukee Ball
Sdub so=f that.e ha. been approached bt
brotherhood repreuentative, who wanted
Athletic park. He told theo ther Ics"ld
have It andi negotiations topped there.
It Is vsunord In Baltimore that Pinei
dent Wikaff waI nd - ewelutive of
the American asociatlou before the domee
of the K. on and that Mr, Krautwoff of
Kansasn wity will at anai be elected an rie
John Hunter, prealdcnt of the American
Jockey club, will return to the turf next
seasoni after an, absenicf of miami years.
Hebrbouctht freely at the various year
11ig salt.. this yftar. saul Jacob Pineus. it
im reported, will train for him.
The followitg liorMw, the get of N Hat
wood have entark d te t:h:.d) last h ould
hrand. Itandri n:3t; Antelope, t2h:ee:
Nina is, r.um Lusin aiMacm oaU; Hthtwild,
of27; NtuteIl. s:ta; WilkMuwood, *2:0W
and AtWoCdt witaK.
The black gelding reh.,m camie to an
untmanely end at Loatesavie last week. In
the act pullin afer bteit worked,
he,, .pe,,.,. heoke btUro ant. e ,I
blow.a s r ry afterward. For
mooths bbern Ihad been little more than
The New Yorks had a grand informal
.reption their return home. Thou
were gathered at the ferry alls In
oth Jermey City and New York, ae the
eheerlag that ted the conqueris
hesres was something for them to be
ALsen will hare the laugh ao Beckley
after all. He wl lead the Pittbte rg ba
inmtisag, tbut nether mans will be near
thet ` of the list. It will be curioushow
evr. to note low r up tie lakdder An
-sa's Chltaggo Bend will masage to bol*
ster him ts seson.-Nocs Y*ork M.ln.
It is understood that Jnm L
lIn wilW do the start. at litoa.
Jlmany has aade a fw had rtas and
e boaed theselor as if he was no eat
ri a Iuplta he will eanomwhreod
is a wide dlterene between
the position of a starter and that of a pop.
usar and meaccessful ockey.
According to the Philadelphia Pwesu
tables .D league players have batttlng aver
we for the season of .U) andI over.
B therm leads with .IMk. Glamscoek com
ing next with .151 and Tieonan third,with
8. heChk~ playc rt in this list are
Anson, .t; Van Illtrenl. .*, and Ryan
and Duffy, .slut eah. Glasueork made
the ngsnt hits, hlaving OEL to his c.relit.
J. E. Madden of L zinagtoe, KKesturky.
who Iought 4uimlnu,. hy Ek.rtioeaer. for
$10-.0. .say her ipoornhowilg in the granad
cireult was owimag t t1t4l fac-t tlut wlaen
Gen. Tunemr taook uhr ins training last
spring she had folrgotten ller haIrnes wis
domn and had to he ra.brkel ilnstead of
training for rses. Maddken thinks that
next year that lhe will he a gnrat marf.
and will en&ter her in the large stake
I)uringI the rlecent Graveemnd meetilng
the Dwyer stable captured over $04.tUW in
stakes and pusses, just thout a quarter of
the amount given by tlhe club during the
meeting. (f this amnount Kingston wone
S.I,tu., Aurinia .0LO in three wins out of
four starts, and Travinton IBato. Nf their
other horses Oregon, langs tet, Meriden,
Kenwood. ('rtland, and Bell B. each
won one race and Foelrdln two races.
The stable started in forty-three races du
ring the nueetiug. of whirlh it won isiteen,
was second in six, third in nine, and un
placed in twelve.
Jameis Fair tells a St. Louis w obn-tlaru
era rman: "The cutest confidence pane I
ever heard of was practiced on myself. I
was coening up Broadway a few days ago
with a button-ltole buquet given mne by a
friend pinlaed to nmy coat, and was accost
ed by two ragged little wrens-little girls
-who very piteously asked me for the
flowered trophy, which I had owned but a
few hours, and ahlch, by the way, was
very pretty and attractive. With adealof
eluctanlce I gave it to them and passed
on. Shortly after that, as I returned I
was approached by another little girl. wLo
offered for .ale the uame bouuet
I bad parted with but a rlf
bour before. Realising that some mort of
a conlhine existed between the one who
offered to sell alid thIon to whoe I had
iveln the flowers, I dcetelnlinled to buy and
watchl developnexnts. For 10 cents I
bouglat the boiuquet. As eon asw she re
ceivedl the momney she broke stra ilt for a
newsboy, lIad the dinwe. changed, ran to
the alley across from the Laclede hotel,
joined tihe two rlswho thad done the beg
act. and divided the spoils. Each girl re
celved cents, which left 1 cent over. How
should they divide the cent ? They flipped
for it. How much they made that day in
this way I do not know, but it is reasone
hle to suppose that I was not the only one
who was made a dupe of by those three
ragged little wrens."
MSdem Weather Prplhets.
From the (1.ehag TIlres
The Massachusetts goosebone has a
rival In the muskrat for the position of
weather prophet. The muskrat boks
down a chair emeritus in the Northwest
territory and this year be has erected a
doubledecked blinsard-proot canopy over
the chair and has announced that he ex
pects that it will be a hard winter on the
poor. The average inhabitant of the
muskrat terrior relies with exceeding
reliance upon the words of wisdom ut
tered tl the muskrat and in consequence
ealv overat, double-hlck underwear,
and ho--wr bags Mre In lgreat demand.
As between the goosebone, which pe
dieted a very fin winter for lasmsacu
setts, and the muskrat, which predicts a
eý one for Dakot we ought to
rKt weather of that temperate and
equa character for which Chicago is
and always will he notable. So do not
take in the awnings yet and do not growl
it the street-ear stoves do not appear in
their accustomed places.
"Could you rend.r a poor printer, out
et work and destitute, a little assistance?"
queried a disreputable-looking specimen
as be casne, in hesitating aner into
the sanctum. "Don't put yorself out."
be added hastily as te edtor rose with
great suddenness--"don't put oorufelt
a.t." "I won't," said the editor eerfl
Iy, as he rolled up his sleeves;" "It isn't
lael that rIm going to put out."
OPENED JULY 1. 1889.
out. o bhe .baamm.. d M r e.saI.ry a
polnted bateis Sm the Umited aa.es. Theroughly
sreprot. amd provdeds with ebvalors. eretlrlc
beam, are aurmt., ruoamls water , aths. samem
beat, open Ar. p am all mI odrr eaves
leues. !aoms m mle mudl m iasse. CuIae amd
ervis.. .rsUy aSr-ucs.. ates. from
$3.50 per Day Upwards.
areardlu to mare m charact.r t roams
Dal. AItULO. .Marger.
L UMB R.
The Estes & Connell
Larest sad lat mertsmmt f LambIsr
er Ledge CNat.
LATH. SHINOLRs, WINDOWM AND MOULD
INUSL ALWAYN IN TOCC'K.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
OMe andra yard ner ront treet, east of the
railroad Mauon. Anaconds. Mmotana.
WOOD AND FOAL ALWAYS IN STOCK.
FRENCH CHOP HOUSE,
EIfWT TIIKrEET. ANACONDA.
F. B. HUGHES & CO.,
Spedli meqals aerved from & A. M. to 12 P. -.,
at priers tfrm 2s cef s up.
Good Lanckes Served at any Hour
of the Day or Nigkt.
Deast Forme the PaOe.
First Street, Near Oak.
Just receved at
1W Dedroom Nta.
on carload o1 Springs. (1w Cartoad of Mat
treases. see udruwoom uis.
One Carload of the Finest Parlor Furniture
ever brought to Montana.
A FULL LINE OF OFFICE DESKS,
Rookoamc sad Secmartloa.
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Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Work.
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ANACONDA. * - - MONTANA.
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Whbatem, and .tail dae.r In
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Goods and low prike.
w*ImWCIRL lTTWNTION TO ItMMILY TRRD*e
Maim Street, Amemae. - - - Oppote O pera Hoe...
I. F. IK IRB Y., ms.r "c.,
Announces the arrival of Two Car L.oads of
Heatirg and Gook Stoles
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this
market. Don't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA.
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RO.~ . ST.RTe ' I NI NG B ROKeR.
And Collecting Agent.
First Street, Neer M , - - - Anasonda, Mont.
IE.G NID BOTTL.ED BEER.
NTEIGER & FAUL, Proprietors. Brewery at Wect Evudl Fcurth ntret.
- SK OR RN7 CONDR BEBR
J. A. H SLEY.
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr. Ilasley has done some of the finest plumbing work in .Montana. le
did the work in The Montana Hotel. Anaconda, W. A ('lark's residence, BIutte,
Florence Hlotel, Mimoula, and in many other tine public and private buildings
throughout the state.
Parties having plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc., from
J. R. HKSLEY.
Ilox fli), Anaconda, Montana.
+ (REAL ESTATE FOR SALE9*
EIUINS,. NICHOLS & CO.
62 East Broadway. Butte, Montana.
A new 4-rho b ouar and olu srr . P. dk .iw A lsst ain In a buUlding ls Narn.
*I~ns. A lsarl..r .hoq .in a 0615l hw."atii wills ous
Two rhnic coLtajge homes in Mouth Btutt.. mein yt~ar'M Iu.w Ni 1It u.ir hsiullI. .dN5,
Anil $I.SIu. TUEO uIl houses on Couorado strret. $Stam and
A two story hoase. no Io rooms. hrau Alnls.lsed emsI
andl well tursllhhed. withhltls Iare naw , nl. Ml lIst As
31 by np fedt. in eenIttir of lily, at a litrgauan. A Ifl*if briek. ..*sstnailly loetd S~.7ris.
Twu ns. hond.s and l ts 30%100 f.*t. ea.ds on Ala s-risout. 1w, story sriek. will Ilusliesi sud
Arizona .treed. at a Lbargain. large lot. $}4..u.
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TOOY &r H L NT.
FINE WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Billiard and Pool Tables
ELEGXNT CLUB ROOMS
Open Day and Night.
MAIN TREET. - - ANACONDIA.
*S. H MEY7 N*
New York Merohant Tailor.
a.m 3...s6.V. oll om"a. m.d
1,000 - S lrq PLt =S
Of tho Ie atemad a.ss rWesrs..
I am age fo H. K. Malks & Cao.,
taiors a and New York. Errry.
iSpg orp mosey rfrunded.
forrrsro. WigYuM AN
Frost treet, mear Main.
labor reln an speial dyeing done a
Fresh .Gae, Oysten and Fi
Liquors. Cigars. Candies. Nuts and
Fruits. Sutter. Fresh Eggs. and
CO..INTRY PROD. cm
MaW rul tet. Anaeooda. Mont.
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It Is famous for Its Home-Made Plee.
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It is famous for Ite IBoton IBakd Deams every
It is .oeduitehd by a Husiness Man oe Itiners.
It is op, ma all lours. i ay and Night.
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