THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1889.
SPltOBY A BROTHER.
aw^ ta-Year-Ota ttwy Kept Mia
rrH^ Klwplns: Willi a Marrlnl Admirer.
St.PaVA* t^ct. 17. An clopin* couple^front North St. Paul witk captured at the^I'11 ion depot tlita afternoon. They were^George A. White, who five* Ilia a^e aa 34,^iMit who look* nearer :*^. *^^! Berth*^Laura Fetch. ^ ^irl of Ma daiurhtcr of a^widow wbo keep* a hoardin^H^oi^se at^North St. Paul, where White hua lived for^the but two monttiM. The ^lrl*a Iwother, |^^ smart little lad of lo, ia credited with^fruatratlnc the plana of tlie couple.
Thelittle fellow IumI observed White's^attention to hia aiater, wlio waa infatuated^with Mm man, for kow* week*. Yester^^day niorniiiK. awakening earlier than hia^mother, he discovered that hia aiater'a^trunk waa ^ou^ and tliat ahe hail depart^^ed. He went to White'* room and found^It MM deserted. Without waiting to tell^hia mother he rushed over to the station^of the Wi*eon*in Central road and^learned by iiiouirjr tluit White and his aia^^ter IumI taken the llr*t train for the city.
Hewas doing detective work on hia^own ai-couiit. Another train *t^*^d at the^^tut ion roiwly to leave for the city mid he^juui|Mtl alxHtrd. Arriving here he went^at once to |m^liet headquarter* ;Uiil tol^l^Ida Mory to Lieut. Took. The officer went^with bim to the Union ile|x^t at once and^In the li.iBij.iKi' room the girl'* trunk was^found. The hoy w;^* overjoyed. ^ They^will come here for the trunk.^ he said,^^and then we'll got *em.^ He *at ilowil^on the trunk and prc|aar^^d to wait.
Shortlyliefore - o'clock White a piastre) I^at the U^ggage-r^*^m. iutemliiig to check^the trunk to Ku*di City. ^That's him.^shouted the l^oy, i^ti^l the |tollcc man^naM^il him. The girt wt^a otMaMa in UN^waiting-r^M^m, ami her !*^^^ la-other wa*^hkiii embracing her. She broke down^tin ii and li^mr.-il t.. lx- taken lionie. She^wa* taken to |x^licc headnuurter* and her^mother telegraphed for. Mrs. Ketch ar^^rived an hour later and t'^ok hack her^pctiiw'iit daughter and triumphant son.
Whitewa* lock.-il up at the ('entral sta^^tion eharge^l with aluhn'shaw. He i* a^married man, hut ha* not lived with hi*^wife, who ^ now in Virginia with their^child, for three year*. He had ^ |m^ss to^Kush City, where he had contracted to^work, ami had purchased a ticket for hia^^omitf inamorata.
that Youth. Who Kwt^l^sd^Father. Kua to i:^rtli.
Vokti.anii,^ ^re., ^ ^^'t. 17. A young man^who has been cutting a wide awath in the^west ratlin to grief yesterday. His name^ia Geo. C Haaewell, and he haila from^Hartford, foun. He i* tall and handsome,^of nthlatic build. Six mouths ago ha roli-^ImmI liia father, a wealthy Hartford man,^of fcm.lini) of registered I'nited States^hwiid*. and since then has been awoing the^^ountry. Hi' liohbod up her* ten flays^^go, and until yesterday hail lieeu making^Seal swells green with envy by his lavish^^'X|s'iidittires of money. After the rob-^bcry, .V'ni. ^^. Huaewell, the uncle, started^on a chase anil vi*it^il the principal cities,^lie arrived ill Portland yesterday and^while walking about the city saw his uei^-^Ih'^. The yoimu man wilted and going^to hi* hotel pr^sluc^-l .*.-^^ i.iaai in hotida and^unite a mm in coin. The uncle and neph^^ew atartcd for Hartford last evening.
Oneto Win.^^^ Nature Mail I teen I iiklu.l.
Ks.clarh.itionpoint-, were dropped by^the student* of tin* i'x-lle.uiliioilt hospital^ycterday at their temporary Hire^room*. Fourteenlli street and Lucas^place, say* tin* St. I.oui* i#7o/^c-/*f,in#^.'r^rf,^until a *ort of parlor eyelone wa* set^gvrating alsiul tin* *ubjis-t of tin* lecture,^Frank Kilgertoii. Tin- ca*e wa* a re-^mat kable one, and brought Texas to the^front once more.
Ithap|m^m*l this way: Mr. Kdgertoit i*^n man of years, is bright, aociahlc and^witty in a ipiaint. ipiiel way. but a way^tli.it seems bound to obtain some day.^Nature ha* liccti a little unkind to him.^however, and to remedy this he *ought the^a id of St. Louis physicians. All that *ecmcd^to Is* the Matter with him wa* that he^bad ii hare-lip. a cleft palate, tin- beam*^from one eye Hashed at an acute angle^aero** the ray * of the other, and he hud^no cyc-hr-ows. Still this had not deterred^him from a wcdditiir with a very hand^^some anal oMtimulilc lady of the Lone Star^state, even though tin* want of a mustache^wa* added to other omissions in his make^^up. The lady died, however, and after^suwie years Mr. Kilgcrtoti saw another o|^-^l ^^ irt ii 11 ity to wed could he but overcome^the ho re-1 i^ obstacle. Heme his visit^here. Or. Waldo Hrigir* *aw that this was^a remarkable case ami set hi* whole stalT^to work ill ail elfort to cITi-ct a cure, mean^^time Iccturiutr on Mr. KilgiTtou a* com^^placently a* thoiiirh he wen- a text-lsiok.
Intla- imiucunitioii of yestenhiy's lec^^ture In*. Itriggs enumerated the patient's^t o ibles a - those he knew of, and then^uskiil:
^1 think I've got litem all, sir, haven't^I^
Allbut this.^ replied Mr. K.dgertoti.^and, pulling oil a vcr^ clever, ileccptivc^wig. displayed a head a* polished a* the^maimers of Lord ('henterlleld. T.i say^thai the class wa* aitmacd would ls^ a ye11-^th' statement. Not a suspicion of a lurk-^iuir hair could I* entertained.
Howlong have you lieeu so bald '.'^^a*ked the dis-tor.
^Sincem.v birth, sir. is as far as mem^^ory serves mo,^ he replied, cooly enjoying^their astonishment.
What,wholly tMMM of hair'.^^ came^in a chorus.
Neverknew of uliylm.ly having un at^^tachment for one imitated specimen. Tin*^wilt i* a cute one and even fooled my^wife for a long time, but wote n will get^to th^ Isittoni of tilings.
Thenext l^^eturt^ at that college will lie^n micnsM'opical exauiiuation of the epcr-^tlenii* to ascertain whether any trace of^Kae- uppeur in the cutis. They Is'licve It^is abnormal, but he says: ^It's just tin-^way that nature made me ami 1 ain't^gruiiibliu.'
I'aa-Anirrlraai at laetrolt.
litriioiT, Oct. 17. Tin- Pan-Americans^arrived lie re this morning and after break^^fast twarded a steam yacht for a trip up^the D^^troit rirer.
AnnAkwih, Oct. 17. The all-Americaii^excursion arrived this afteruoou. The^city waa decorated and tliouaantla of town^and country people lined the hill aidea and^roads. The viaitora were given an enthu^^siastic reception by the 'J,900 students of^the Michigan university, which institution^they inspected. After the reception exer-^^.|aea. the delegate* attended dinner at the^n-sidenee of President Atlgell and to-night^left for Grand Kapida.
Uoetor(to dying potienti : ^Death d.s's^not end all, my dear friend.^ Hying man I^^^Right, fHocWir. You and the undertaker^^end iu your bill* after that^
ACaarlaaloa.^From the Merchant Traveler.
Nicedog you've got there.^ ^Yes; he^came from Germany.^ ^I thought ao.^^^^Why^^ **Hi* voice reminded me of^Rhine whine.
Hela the wisest man wbo doe* not think^himself ao.
Likemany a young man. nature) begins^her fall by painting things real.
Nothinglooka more like a man of aenae^than a fool who holds hia tongue.
Sixhundred good Indiana have been^holding a rousing camp meeting near St.^Charles. Mich.
Noone ia able to write so long a aentenee^in ao few worda aa the police) Judge.^Krarnry Inlrrpriitr.
Lastyear fifty-live persona presented^themselves voluntarily at the Scotch lun^^atic asylums and asked for treatment.
Accordingto a paper read at a congress^at Straaburg :C per cent of railway pas^^senger* in Prussia travel fourth-class. 21^r cent third-class, 30.6 second, and only^.* first.
Theysay they hare discovered a won^^derful sail lake in the interior of Africa.^This is gooiI news. They can now pack^some of the stories they send from there^and possibly they won't spoil before they^reach us.
AllOhio peddler, having fallen ill, his^17-year-old daughter mounted the curt ami^drove about the country for throe weeks.^Her sales exceeded any that her father^ever mude in the same length of time.
Theannual cost per man in some of the^armies of Kuro|M^ ia i'M in (ireat llritain,^in Aiistro-Himgary, ^4fi in Germany,^t.-- Wut in Kiiasia. Switxerlaml cornea at^the bottom of the liat, with an annual coat^of only l'7 per man.
YoungMiss Wilgti*: ^Where are you^going, |m|^a'.^^ Mr. Wilgus: ^To the^temperance meeting. We intend to in^^augurate a movement to save the young^men of the country.^ Young Miss Wilgus:^^Try and save a real nice one for inn.^will you, papa dear^^ - Terrr llnvlr A.^-^)^rr*m.
HaroldP. Hrown, the clcctrii- extsrt,^says ^tin^ resistence of the human Iwsly^i* aVMO ohms.^ A slim young man who^has had great cx|M'ricucc in swinging fat^women at Sunday school picnics nlTcr* to^lay dollars to doughnuts with Mr, Hrown^that it is nearer 4'J,(M^. - Hnmklyn A'tig/a.
Itis explained that the handsome for^^tune left by the late Prof. Lisimi*, and hc-^iiueathed to Yale college, was derived from^tlie royalties on his Issiks, and not from^Ilia salary aa a professor. The explana^^tion is rather aiiiM'rflimus, eotisiiloring the^way college professors are paid in this^country.
Itwill, perhaps, strike most tieople aa^somewhat odfl that there is a steady im^^portation to America of Irish Jainitiiig-^ears. According to the carriage-makers,^a certain numls-r off enthusiastic Irishmen^have a yearning after their native form of^conveyance at curtain periods of their^lives, and straightaway send over to Ire^^land for a ear. ^ lace bare, however, the^ears are usually laid aside after the novel^^ty has worn off.
Mostpeople take it for granted that lie-^cause musk is sold in what i* called a pi si,^therefore it is a vegetable product. But^the truth ia that it is entirely an animal^prtsluct. being a substance found in a two^or three inch sac in the Is sly off the little^musk deer i ^f Asia. T1 as sue when tied^up and dried goes by the name of a pod^among the hunters who bring it into mar^^ket. Probably there are few things sub^^ject to such adulteration, as one ipiart of^pure musk will scent thousands of part*^of some other powder mingled with it,^and as the pod* sell from f 15 to $J0 apices^tin- adulteration has its profits.
TheWell-Fixed' Wife Wouldn't support s^l.a*y II ushantl.
Notmany year* ago one of our suburbs^was thrown into a state of great agitation^by I tie separation of a married couple.says^tin* I'ittsburg t wsMfsisJ (ttiirftr. They^seemed to Is- living happily and getting^along nicely, with the exception that the^hilsbaud was constantly out of a job.
This,however, wa* far from being a^source of worriuielit to him, as his wife^wa* well llxcd.
.'shetook a dilTcrctit view of the ease^ami gave him timely notice to ipiit or get^some employment by which he could^make enough lo keep himself. He pre^^tended to hunt for work, but always came^iu with the same story.
Whenthe time was up she packed his^grip, gave him motley enough to got out of^tow ii, and bill him good-b.v.
Hedidn't think she would do it. but^when lie found she was earnest In- ipiictly^submitted.
WhenI married bim,^ she said in de^^fense of her action, ^he was getting a^gissl salary. I had enough to keep myself^and wa* willing to do my share toward^building up a home. He lost his situiatiou^a year ago through negligence. Keeling^that hi- had mo lo fall back on he didn I^care whether be worked or Hot.
'rimewent on and my eir^^rt* to get^him to go to work were fruitless. Then it^wa* that 1 made up my mind that lie^would tlo no g.ssl as long a* I bail a dol^^lar. Several time* he wanted to go into^sjM i ulations on my capital ami got very^grumpy Isi'aiisc I wouldn't consent.
Seeingthat 1 hadn't staowgh to keep^both of us 1 concluded that lie could^make out MM th in 1 ill a tussle with^the w in Id. I sent him out.
Itwa* an net off self-preservation for^myself and children. Had he rcrnaiiMsl^we would sisill have Is-ctl on the verge of^want. As it is the children ami 1 arc cer^^tain of a comfortable living. Had he^shown a ili*|Mw.itiou to lielp support us I^onlil like to have had him remain.
Wa**he right t^The verdict was almost utiaiiimotedy in^her favor. Then' were some who held^that she was us much IkmiikI to him as he^to her, and that it was her duty to share^her fortune with him. This waa the moral^view of the case.
Kroma humane standpoint her action^was approved by all. Had her husband^been cruel hearted or dissipated she^would have hail more sympathy, but under^the circumstances it waa conceded to he a^shrewd and legitimate business transac^^tion.
Nowthat the deposed huslmnd has set^^tled down to business iu one of the terri^^tories, and ha* a hank account, it looks^very much as if his wife had done the^pro|M*r thing.
Whattin- semicl will lie is past finding^(Hit at present, but it will depend entirely^on ttic degree of affectioa existing be^^tween them. If it ia off the strong, deep^sort they will prolsibly come together^again.
HINTSTO BUSYBODIES^Krom the oil city Hlt/zard.
Don'tthrow any oil leases over your^shoulder that you ran get on royalty and^wind.
Don'tadvocate a board of trade unless^you are willing to furnish some of the^nails for it.
Don'thake your furniture and ffry your^^ ^^^liar walla in trying to get even with the^gas companies.
Don'tlean on an editor's shoulders^when he's at wWk. Distribute your weight^more generally by straddling his neck
liont ask a |*^litical candidate to give^you a ride on his breath. Throw him into^tin- Mwer and pursue the even tenor of^your way
Don'tsing in the niuxile of a gun if you^can help it; but if you must do so, let the^selection be ^White Wings^ or ^Sweet^Violets.
Tains*wa Mae^New Yark Kxcsasea,
Nw Tom, Oct. 17.^Th* stock market^to-day waa heavy and feverish in the fore^^noon, but became positively weak later In^the day and material declines were scored^all over the lint. The clone was active,^hut weak at or near the lowest prices for^roost of the stocks of the regular lint. The^entire active liat is materially lower to^^night and Northern Pacific preferred and^Manhattan lost S per cent, each, Oregon^Transcontinental 1%, Rock Island and^Chesapeake A Ohio second preferred \%^each. Burlington * Quiucy and Lacka^^wanna 1H each, St. Paul IVi. Northwest^^ern 1H, Union Pacific \%, Lake Erie A^Western preferred 1 per cent. Mid others^generally fractional amounts.
Governmentswere dull and steady.
PetrolumStock exchange opening at^tl.009,. highest $1.00%, loweat Sl.UO*,. clon^^ing at S1.UUH.
Consolidatedexchange ^ Opening at^$1.(*^H. biglM st ^1.00%, loweat *L01i^ clos^^ing at l.UO.14. Total sales. au6,GU^ barrel*.
Theclosing t| notation a were:^IT. 8. ^'a resists rot 127 |Ji. V. Preferred.^I', h. 4'a coupon. l-T INorthwestern. .
u.S. 4'i'a reg .. W.V-, Preferred
).K. 4'i'a cuu|m^ii. tJ.V, N. V. Central
fMstnus .Oregon Impiii I
AmericanKxpresa 117 Oregon Nav'g'n.
teiSi Ti iinseimt iitcnlul .
ii^ ' keck Island
4-J iSt. Iluil
Is Texas Pacini'..^lo! ll'niou Pacini
II I Preferred
LaimawajnM . .^Ilt-iivrr A K. ^i. .
KansasA 'lexna.^I^ike Shore.. . ...
Iiv's. ^ Nash.^Mirliigan fentral^Missouri Pacini'.^Kurlliern Piwillc.
Money011 call, stringent, ranging from^(iti 10c, cloned oil en d at lie. Prime mer^^cantile paper at f^;^*r7c. Su-rling ex^^change iptiet and steady; sixty day bill*,^*4.m'^, demand St.Ht',.
Miningquotations ns follows:
7:1'1! l-'argo Kxiiresa^v^ Western L'niiin^rei'n! A m'u Cotton OU^31 1
MO.H. K. A Miller
StitioTunnel^. San Sehaalian
unsierra Nevada^'.^u Small llo|s'
Hcsland Kelelier^Calilonia, U. II.
Coloradofen.^Con. cal. and Vs.
tiouldand furry^Hale and Norcrusa.
Bostonstocks as follows:^Ath. Tpk. 1st T'a |M Hex. On. Com .
Ind rrst ^^ 71 1 ^ bond scrip
rsilnwd31^^ ^ 1st Mor. Rda
Coppernominal. Lake, October, 910.7.r^^Lead, brisker and higher, domestic ta.VO^Tin, quiet and steady; Straits fcJO.UO.
I40^I Ml^34 Ul
Onsale ^a all
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
^ ^ THE DEPOT ^ ^
It'sa matter of interest to every
Han,Woman and Child ia the County
CentralRailway and Mteamship Office, foot of^Main street, Anaeouda, Montana.
8.O. BEEBE. City Ticket Agent.
J.A. LEWIS. Uroeral Agent.
.,'cs,Tfle^i^. II.' |ht !t^: |s'aclii^,^cva|mrateil duu^.
These Qeotarlons Are Revised and
Suc;ir^;i:^iiul:ite^i. |s-r 100, ^C^ 4'.i.^x^. liartit^ttiiian, $s.(U; |iiilveri/.ed II Ik A, Nvw York,^ai:t.rs^; loaf, fit .in, maple fi *^ juc.
CollecMarket Kti'onn; green Rio, IMt24r;^Costa Riea, IMt'JHi': .lava Mandaliliim, 4ts':^Mis'lia. 37^^ ms': roasteil Kio and Costa Un a. Ci'mI.^BOr; roasted larbaiu. Me; nsiKted Media and^,la\s. :w^i(X.M^i'; ArbiM'kle'a, 3or.
Tisu. .laikiu, :i.v^f.^iii^-; Knu'liKli breakfast, 4flrQ^$1 .im. tlunisiwder, tfievVlJ*s sxtra aoaag n^^sou. .7.'../ $i.ta^.
J'tckl.'sliast. i ti ;^ Kill., 9'j.Mi; r. b^1.. M.S0; !^^iral.. |tn
rissinia BI.TS par ewt.
Calibae I'i i 1 si, sj.^|^ i case, *^.^^^.
Clii-esi*,iM-r W^', 'joir-fs*.
Fruits 11111 it apples, per r^-*^ pajehaai^91.00: ditto slii-ed, .^Ojh IsiM'k.^sail Ijike, liic: iipricms, -^^^^^'JTm': lilacklierrlea, I'm-: ia*^|ilici~rie*,
Californiafruit^. *...i^^.n. ^e |s-r case.
..!i Standard tomatoes, ^'.,
2-l Stand.ml corn, *.;.im.
'J^^ Ktanilanl |siih, 9a..'41: sccoiiiIk, S.'.75
'.'-*.slrniK ami Lima Is-ans, 9.'.7^.
UriiilHenna Navy, 9ti.ou |sr ion V^,^97.1m. Hayos, ^i;.'.t..
Wheat,No. 1. |H-r inn tt^, ssjas.
Corn,crackiil. per liai It, ^i.7.^..
llrun.per tun t^..bran and shorts |s^r I0O
Klour Per Itxi S^.l'illKbnr^''s lH'st.*4.r*i. Omleu,^9Kt.^s^. Slnunie ^palsy,^ ^3.wu.^Coi n meal. 1 st 1111 *^, S^J..^o.^Oat meal, prr uk) *^, 91..-0.^Ijird unit L'r.
FreshMeats fork I9r; beef m^ior, lamb,^quart! 1 T.'.nil.io. million 7xt1Xc.
Salt Meats Hani I0^filk-: bacon^beef un . |sirk i'x'. aaiisnge ..ur
Coal Per ton, bard Sin. soft :*
Wissl Per i-oi-il 94.IW.
Ila- Per ton .^i^..iai.
straw Per ton si.'.sn.
lints Per ewt. jj.uo.
Mrs.Newliand: What! Twenty cents a^IMHiuil for muekcrel^ Why, the man^arniss Hie street only asks Hi i-i-iits!^^Kishinoiigor: ^Very gissl, maiUim; but^you must remember that my ll-.li are all^hand cauglit; tlm-e you BSm oppositi'are^caught ill nets; it makes a difference, you^know'^ Mrs. Newliand: ^I If courai* how^sliipul of us ! You may s;ivc me that^larg*' one tliorc.
Fromthe New York Weekly
Mrs.OmMi ^Oh, Mr. Shrill, stop a^moment: 1 wuiit !^^ n|ieak t^^ yuu. Have^Is-t-n bom.- since morning v^ Mr. Shrill:^No.^ ^Heard anything. ^Why, no.^What ilo you menu *.'^ ^I^h, I can't Ik- the^first to tell it; indeed, I can't. The neigb-^ls^rs are snyin' that your wife and Mr.^Hanuoiu has cI.hsh.1.^ ^Well, well! It's^his own fault. I warned him to keep away^from her.
9M EAST alto WEST TIA
NorthernPacific R. R.
TheDining Gar Route and Qreat^SKort Line to all
IU.THRnt'OH TRAIN'S are Equipped with^Piillnian and Diiiini; Cars each way.^Fast anil West.
ThroughPullman Car from Butte
TheFastest Time to and from ChicaK^^, Canada^and Fastciu I'^mils.
Peeress Pullman Coaches.
ColonistSleepinc Cars In charge of Train Porters^for accommodation of Second Class^Montana Passenger* Free^of Chai'Ke.
ForAnaconda, l^eer l-od^e, tiarrhsm,
Helena,Pliilipahitri; and Missoula s.no a. m.
ForAnaconda:^..m a. in., 4.3U and 7.30 p. in.
ForAiiaiiimla, IH-er I^sIkc, ttarriaon^ami all through points l-^ist to St.^Paul, St. Unils ami Chicago: also to^isiiiita West, viz: Missoula, Sfsikaue^Falls. Tacoina, Portland ami San^Fram isco3.00 p. in.
ForStuart, lieer WmIkc and (Sarrison^tFrehcht traUis)tkJS a. in. and s.00 p. m.
Stcamahlpticket* for all points in Knrope via^any line crossiuK the Atlantic at cheap rates.
Forfull information address
CHAS.s. FEK, tien'l Pasaeniter Art.,^St. Paul, Minn.
.IAS.McCAIt;. QssysMI IA, 'jns Main St.,
Opp.llouucr Mercantile Company,
Andby not spending a DOLLAR untif you^have examined our IMMENSE STOCK of
DryGoods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoesand Furnishing Goods.
YOUCAN DO IT.
Heregoes $2 for $1 in a sample lot of Men's Un^^derwear.
Againwe offer you a 50c Ladies' Heavy-Knit Jer^^sey Under-Vest for 25c. Our lines of
Plashes,Silks, Armnres, Cashmeres and Flannels
Aremarked WAY DOWN. Our Ladies', Misses and^Children's Cloaks are immense. 'Tis a* fact we will^save you money on anything you may buy of us. Call^and see.
Onedoor South of Postoffice, Anaconda.
SAWYER,HOUCK ^ CO.,
Wholesaleand Kctail dealer* in
Wagons,Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, Har^^ness, Robes, Whips, Etc.
Alsowholesale commission Dealer* In
BUTTER,FLOUR, EGGS, CHEESE, FRUIT, ^c.
Thurston'sBlock, First Street, Between Cherry and Ceclar.^ANACONDA,MONTANA.
CHKRLESTV W. CRSSS.
1).ti. BROWN KM, PKoraiKTOB.
Buggies,Saddles and Horses^for Hire.
Alsoproprietor of Passencrr, BanaRr and apt-^press line. Connect ion made with^all trains.
OAreand Stable First street. Anaconda, mm
100Bedroom Suit*.^One Carload of Hprtmra. One Carload of Mat-
OneCarload of the Finest I*srlor Furniture^ever brought to Montana.
AFULL LINE OF OFFICE DESKS,
LjtaroOamcsat Hki.kna, M^ixt., i
Oct.II, 1hh9. f^Notice I* hereby (riven that the following-^nauicil settler has nlcil notice of his intention to^make ttual proof in support of hi* claim, and^that said proof will be mailt- In-fore the clerk of
theiirotiate court of llewr IxmIkc county. Mont,^at Ocer IxMlire, Mont., on Nov. ^JO, Ihksi, viz.:^Cardner Bond on pre-emption da.. No. 5,.vo, for
the1W1 aeVa arc. ;io. tp. b n, r. II w. He names^tha following witnesses to prove hia continuous^residence upon, and cultivation of, said laud,^vi/. : Jacob Htuckey, Burton Vincent, Charles B.^Join s and Alberto Ktcvens. all of Anacomla.
Dealerin Pure Drugs, Medicines,^Chemicals, Paints and Oils,
WindowClaaa, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigar* and Tobacco,^^criptions accurately compounded day and night.
FIRSTSTREET. ...... ANACONDA, MONTANA.
CarriagreBuilder, Blacksmith and Wagron Shop.
Allelsaaea of new carriage and
Birrsnpays special attention to Horaeshnlnfc.
receivesis personal supervision.
wagonwoodwork executed promptly and In the best n*^ion to Horaeshoinfc. All kinds of machinery repairrinh will
MONTANALUMBER a PRODUCE CO.,
Lumber,Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
WHOLOSKLaD9KLORS IN FLOUR.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal.^Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
Bain5c Mitchell Wagons.
fromQUARTZ GEARS to li^ht SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK. PERRY, STCDEBAKER and
STHNDHRDBUGGIES XND CffRRIKCES.
anda full line of ROAD CARTS of newt makes.
GardenCity. Clipper and Oliver Chilled Plows.
Afull Una of Peters' and Morlejr Bros/ Concord Rant
(wTCaJland look through ou
Saddles,In all th* dUTs
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