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Au~nams &a of am v 9p
abarmy! to as I ma .5MV.
my I eall aru b rem miU Sh
wusa causbut Is now aw wrs.
move my 1as-I am too ).I u- to db..
I I·m e to th utrS'ts &r a mal.
too. arrowsu me vith a visma hanrt;
aunU 5,IS- I weald aut cal-
MMI= 11% hig dog i S he yard.
Yb. mias s cob. The mom l is colder sUtI
It tSets we juam as th.~um I Wct. a .namj,?
h 1migt cmwn out Coul d t but have my WW
Ed ~ a bank rambler. an m anraaj
Migwt be I durd.
rwm T im.
Jaek: Ares yo solns to invite Lou
eer t pour weldding?
Miss Cantn: Why, Jack, Pr arngr
wi.. her. We haven't spoken for ove a
7Lrk: Then you wouldn't care for her
Mb ('saton etmlanlgly) : Well, I might
ievstt her. I should like her presmets well
irss the omame Trameript.
"Your heamand was a great suffesrr I
bhi late Ullness, Mrs. Kooley ?"
"Yes, an awful suferer. But, do pou
know I think it is a mery be died. If
he'd lived he'd never got rouh talking
about that illness. (O course it would
have beens a great pleure to hima poar
na; bhut think bow all the rt o[ us
would have sufferedt r'
A PCNred s.. al I r..
From Mary's Weekly.
Toammy: Doesn't it may in the bible that
" soft answer turneth away wrath,"
Masmma: Yes, dnar.
"I doa't believe It, anyhow."
"Why dear 7"
y"I shouted at Billy Burkeyr today and
b. answered mie with a moft tomato, and
I've been mad clear through ever s.ine.,'
A O..d Way Iseý.. Uvlappetar.
Frm Yveowis..' News.
"I don't think Prusldent Harrison has
any designs on a second terns."
"Becease he has just pardoned a poet."
THE LOCAL MARKEI.
Vb~ goo.stles Am' Mnvlsu4 mad c~e
rosted Xvesy Day.
Rutar-alrmmulatcd. per too. *C" sOm; Unht
brown. $8.00; rilvertzed H & A. W; York,
$1&. 0. naple V I nmr.
Coce- 3&at siwrg; green Rio I-&.
Casta IDica, INBtk Jvaw Mand;Qx, 410c;
abrha,00.: r ed Rio sad CaN" ItIca,
w; romustd Varbao. 32c; ruahad Macba
T Atl~n 350MC - Pglish breakfame. 9rS
Uuhr der. nrw47w. i tl.; extra Yaung jl
rlceklq-s -umitern-gal.. 02.fl; 5 gal.. S3.3S; 10
Petaum.-*.75 per ewt.
Cabbage-- er cwt. "
I.II Ier lb.. W
Mover. l.b a.
ftuitsMA'a pr &lbpackagra. 7500
All- ditto ·lioedlffl~b~lboxM 14r per lb; posebes.
L fmkeT e Ife prkus, 2&r; rvporatid dUll.
SIC; Q;-b ý wrer~e. & raapberfifeg. 35C.
C6iormin fruits. SamDag ncr Mas
35I- b andand M =.uab e
I- Ibamumlard car. .3.05.
s-b Ptamdanes0. secands. 03.71L
*o-Navy 5. S per M b; LAMW
brt.N I per no S S
Cor., erarkeur p-r to o.. $11.&
Orm per n 6. sf05; bam sad daorts pe to
iltmar-Por Ift b IPillbu 'a booLM ; Ogdea.
SLID: suttue "INs"
cisrm meal. per Ift
= Va9L&L-Plw* Mr: br SIM@; Ink,
41tMU IUsSAs mutton MUle.
q ea otst-Hlms 13e; bacom 1; oormad
Hay-t I too 5 ounew ifugs.
ood-ftsr Gard *4.
0mw-Per tam $12.45
lamPer ewt. 02O5
No More Delays
GO IAST uAN WEST VIr
Nozthern Pacific R. R.
SThe Dining Gar Route and (reat
Short Iuinr to all
LU T"IHjOUGTH UTAIWS aI U er a
Through Pullman Car from Butte
'A. ai ute es ton4Vhinago. a..
Pwrlee Pulesta un Coachcer
Pulatial Dining Care,
Rlegant Day Coacher.
odbI Susgiug Cml. In cImge at T wN lanmu
3mw memauudatloua eeIni Clau
at l 'hag..
VstAo=Dn.....S a. M.. cm mm TU n i.
VinrCaU W Lodge umarha
Ijaimi to U.
! °O:~a ....oe... ......... ...... s.. ...
l........ ads et. Saw ....
JuA Mr 'At Ia ASIna ml e p rmLhLh.
LAD MYalIO. OrusamI3k ·ImI. IL.
NORTH and SOUTH
* * TH. DEPOT * * *
S. D. asEss. (.S Theke ANeN.
J. A. LIWIS. UOral Aem.
TAKE THE SCENIC ROUTE
-M4 NEWW AND
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
Now Open for Passenger Trac.
SOUD THROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
TI- onmly ulu uaamira l.. cats ,
mad V..l car. Oar Iw .N Clw raises
BUTTE AND ST. PAUL.
Train leaves Iue dlAly .:e a. a.
seaty. comfrt an Crtesr for Ore
suae to Rt. ral to as brm..
C. IVKh f.Je L& a..
THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is now Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
TMINES AT RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. Fos domestic and steam purposes
Rocky Fork Coal has- no superior in this market. It lights readily,
makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
Principal Oflice: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
RO NC I BS:
GIIcbrimt Brem. r, Helena. I Rate & ('onnell Conmpany. Anaoneada.
B. L. Boaser & Co., r Lodge. I A. Fras. Billings.
Tbhe Miner' Lumber (Company. Butte. I Geo. T. Young, Livingston.
.. K. MiMl.s Park Citr. BHer g .. Townueul.
Buah. & , ig Tiber. ( W.R it. hite. .lwater.
L. S. Hnloer, Bseman.
G. K. MAULK. J. A. TIrPHSZ-N.
G. E. MAULE & CO.,
Real Estate Dealers and Money Lenders,
ueadM immd. i At. aso peCa5.r of thbe bemiolfl aubdvldu ham ° as
Eý7oST L ?N N .
la which there are slst sote of the mos demtrable hts e had at ohLECab prke with a cashp m
metr of er eat. and am, e amuaw. mtathly without Iatr. st rase lb .roasIl UIto
psruL7. -H.re st inv.estset whereby you rvr your moy satd gt ure with a pood
oa. Fo Ipots sad s Imkurmation ooem or addr.s
G. E. KAULE & CO., Butte, ont., or J. A. STEPHEIS, Ogden, Utah.
BUTFi OFFICK. U tEN OFFICE.
JOS. F. MURRRY,
Having purebmesd to burinsum formrly scndumcd by Jaimes IeNeuh is now pe
p-rd to fwrib his cmanerso with the meast brand. c
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be found in tbh e.t.
PR JITS R N D CO N P CT ION.RY
JeOb. aid .be&. A we assorted stino at rTATIONURT.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
TLm Mo N a at Sas IsL A£amm p to
BARRET & JACKY'S
linneD pot I & St. LoeA s Rtalwy
-AND THE FAMt'(t-
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Two Through Train Daoiy from
St. Paul sad Mlmenmpolis
Wh/it chaang. t.amrtLu with the Fat, Tra.ta
of al hmrs for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
The fir.st and laly Uane Running Through
Minneapolis and lIes Moines, Ia..
VIA AL.CLRT LIA AND IPORT IN)INtB.
Solid Through Trains Detwoen
Minneapolis & St. Louis
Aan the irla.llud (i.tle. of the Mi.f.tflappi. and
resalet lIn t'aks Iant for anll pulngl
bNgoad Nauntiuwer .
Many houars save, and the i)NI 1.13KE rn
nalnP trains daily to
KANSA CITY, IRATIS OBTE, ATCI ON,
anId A Es o, TcpeE with the. al er Palalse
Clom. manlrctlauu made In Umion Ikiul, milh ll
train, of the IN. Paul. MtnaeapudiLA and M*ank
ba. Northern l'awifr. IM. Paul & laulut Nail
ways,, tron and tea
nll Pojins Nortih anS d _ 'rtApi st.
REMEMBERIOw M 'ena~jm.
We. Lout. ,RUlwa are emIrapn.Q of Comforabl
fasy t'necl M wat lnian Nklrdng
c'ar'. Haero ernyt (hkair t"as. our ust
IPa/ace Dining Cars.
trt lb. of reat checked FUIC. aras al
ways as low as th lowest. Ear tim. abe .
throuuh tickets. etc.. call upoI the uCarest tahest
attes or write to
C. H. HOLDRIDGE,
Gs Tickt and Peas. Agent,
MI Ni N RAPO . MINN
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