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Aruival and Departure of Maills.
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Th. daily redord of thw tbeunonwetr in
Aa ot ts is reported by A. T. Playter.
t First street. Tb. raeord ifc yes
odal wasr: 7a. urn.. 17 degrees 12 s, 71
dorgees;4 p. in., 31 degrees; 5 p. on..
bahereIdtio s to the 8tandard will be w -
-ri~ a the lans..e. ofk, or at the store of
CoeaeY King, Maci stret. Adeerfdaimy
rn1 an be learaed at th, bruain~ ofrie,
sndard building, corner of lain and
ABOUT THE CITY.
Trains weret mnving again yester..ay
Very neurlly w m-eldule tUns over the line
af the Mosntanas rusinn.
The mill at th Reli Lion nIine whiich
hams been running for evoral weeks hab
been elesed dlown for a timae.
No particular clhasge took place yester.
day in the eoadlitius ofs Mr. IEa.tllna, WIh
was hajured hy the acc·kklnt at the Amwri".
ean Flag nlits..
The teachers' institute to be bheld in this.
ty will begin it Sessionn to-nom.rrow
morning. teveral of the teachers have
already arrived ima Mown.
At b o'lork ys.te.*rtay afternoon Eric
Andermon and Johanna Erricksron of tliis
ty were united in marriage. The c.re
a • war - perfor'ed byl Rev. S. W.
The funeral of Augurs Wkkl. wlho died
- . rrida ,norning, took place frost li1s
s.kleice on (.tdar st.teet yester*day aftr
noon. Rteli.asa m.rv-ies were cul.nsteted
ty Rev. P. Lwry.
The persistent tooting of locomotive
whiatles at 4 o'clowk yesterday morning
awoke bhalf the town and it war suppo dl
that an alarm of fire had beehk given.
Thbes was no uccalitm for alan..
The tmach etween the Bouldkker Kkid
and Harry Mitchell of O()den will take
place at Evane opera house o IDecember
1!. Two-ounce gloves will be seud asul
thbe stakes will he $100 a side. the winner
to take the gae receipts.
Mrs. R. A. Mc.e)nald died last night
after a long and paluful sicknles of mrv
eral months. Khe leaves a husband and
Ix eaungr children. Puneral services will
Shell at the r.lesence, on West Front
stf.e near the pkicnki rounds. Friends
of tle farmily ae Invite to attellld.
Last evening a dealer in George Ken
d.-ll' place got a trertIuanckeu wlhack ono
the head firoml a c llh In tIw haalsel of a
man whose numle its aidl to tw lDrake.
he row endll ih the Hight of I)rgske. wiho
could not he tunerld up by thIe ohllc.er las.t
The naew.r of thie ire in the Anal.nnda
mine threw this city Ltlao a fever of excite
mant yesterday. Tla. repolrt reneivet l last
evening that the fire hadlu een clrlekted
was warmaly welcoknel. It is not though t
that the flre will ilte,.rferl with work at
the enseters in this city.
The Select Knights A. O. U. W., who
always enjoy the right of line Ins this city.
on Thankiriving. are arranging for a
hall to be avena o that eveningr ia Evans
all. Elaborate preparatilons have beetn
mad. for the evenleg. The anusle will be
-a attractive feature and an excellent
pVroean of dneses is offered.
Prof.. Molter and Morri gave their firut
-o-al of the season at Evan's (per
House last evening. There was a fair at
te.dance. and the evening was heartily
enjoyed by those present. (Cleasr will he
organiled by Messrs. Mtoter and Morris
and lesons will he given each evening in
le week at the ball over Playter's drug
Vs . Thern, will ht mixed as.elnhlie*
Wedneeday evenings. A nwal will he
rgive at Evan' Opera House each .;atur
day evening duriung the m.euan.
arLashed Iammas Wanted.
After I.eensahtr 1.for light hnuaeka.ep
-g. Addlrl ".(" '4'TAmi)ARuI otllIht.
On reasonable terms a large kitlihel
and diaing reunsr furniruld. Illqluire at
Oshland House. Iast MroeuLd street.
. Fr Meat.
Bar rom sand fixtursa at Grand Ctentral
Lomse A Maxwell are closing out their
lotags,. and offering .cne regardless of
hsames as eamp eook by a white nma
-d--ad I sO wrii . Addre.
J>~ boa as, r-a Moonntana
THE MINE ON FIRE
Fluam Bkrea Outl the OO-Fit
Leve of the St. Lwrence.
FOUR MINERS MISSING
rave Ur m rns W ille Trylug
to su Thair Cearnda
SCENES AT THE ANACONDA
Samnk. rel mLhe .i. om tw. MI. lawr.Mee
lods St. Way ito IlShe Adjaelateg
IUme With TrerlYtlbe a.suit
tb. ul.m..n UVller Celtroe.
t'rt:, Nov. St.-Tbr ohmiaous hblowing
of the whistle o thle Anacosla suit-u a
little after M o'eloek this uorening alarmreel
the people o thi city by annouancing to
them that some catastropby must have
necuraee at the great mine east of the
city. The whistle blowing at suchrb a ssu
in the mornaing was the cnast. of people
gatheerig in startle. groups about the
streets. wonalring what calamity eoulsl
have arisen. The istrt iatellige ce* of the
nature' oI the disaster camne over the, t.k1
pdone winre a ninute or two liatr. The
Anaconda of.ee calkv saup the IRoky
nalllatnin telegraph omtle atnd tH words
cans, distinctly over the wire:
".Snd l up three or four doctors at once."
"ls it a cave in or a fire?"
'A fire, can. e tie answer.
Meeuc.ngers were at once dlilspatchedl aed
Drs. Leanitt. Houlgh. Joenson. (Cooper.
Howard anld oiter physicians. together
wilth an inread.llagtriapgof Butte citias ns,
frighteneed ncore~ ad more as ruu llor he
gals to r..aca the city of a terrible rata -
trophle at the mniii. hlegal movilg toward
It was at 6:3:1 o'clock this ls.ruirglll that
a statiolniau.li went to S.lsn*rihstgeeli'llat
Michael ('aCrrll of time Amameu lnla llitise,
at hiis office. and malk to liil,,:
"Mr. ('armll. therI is sanoke one No. 7."
Mr. ('arrll, with the foiemun an d two
otlhers. Ibt st, tmll(k' iin ge.ttimgI llte oi ca age
alidl kewemuniing. It took inst little to con
vinc.' Mr. ('arroll that tlw tflr' was in tse
ISt. Lawrence ninme, the Ui.o.t level of
which is c.sellr ted withll ther Nl-foot level
of the Anmacolnda. Tihe Ilngwrinttllle"nt
them. went tt tmwe St. Lawrieha.we mi c anl
Srdeecmunded tlsat to figlht tie fire.
Meanwhliile a frew of thi Anateonll
iulmsa.r lhad ve.nturetd down that maine. It
r. uid tihe firt mirl*n of saolk, were dis
reoverdl as early as6 &::I) o'clok in the
nornaingl. but eatuIl Ituut IN* tracra* . At
flrst the miners., althomagle they ldunt lImn
infojeu1eld that no work would he dunde.
uad freely deseewn ed the uaine in order to
see Uts fire altd al i.tlenavcr to Msto. it. Bullt
it was nest loslli Imeftri :hI lnsske,. I*amtl,
pourring frna thie nuouthl of the mnille in
sucah detk.se, tiflilg clIulM thun. t th de
setled heIanw alemut aua imnglmihility.
While tIwre was mIo Hrt. in ith. Anu.wantla.
th.e draft ca .we down tle nueath of tlhe t.
Lawrence ansid drove all tie snmoke fro.man
t(ie fr l.e th. St. Lawnrence t ilst. tie Assa
A. the asnake ftroml tihe em.uth of the
Anac.ualdl heamene so eilsee tiaut it was a
diatleult unatter to srenuail at tlhe nine'sl
moUuth. it themsne wlispe-red aisutl that
*sveral ui.e1 were down in the fli,.e. ee
lief parties were ,plr»wnptly"rganmaliwd. Two
cages of nofmas started down it.tu tihe gulf
of stifling smnoke. luNt so)n tler Ieall- fIr
return was iuslhk-d, aind twie reief mhen.,
alnsat suffocate. with smnoke*, taggered
frumn the cage, several of tIemi eon.mpltltely
overe-nNa fuor tie tilne. It was not known
how lUaUar meln were hblow, biet it was Ie
itevved tIlere. weret sa.ue, ainl the miners,
standiall algast at the tolp, oltletioiaul the
namesn of one anmd alothelr of their oeInI
raaksl who werm Imaissilng and wiho
they feared were far dlowIn the
shaft. Again a.dl again diffre
cent " parties attemiptled tihe kdetuent.
Eachs tinae a return heruaine ne...wsary
after a deisweelt of a few Ihllndred fee*t. At
last. calmller cosallnls pre.vailedl mlil a mdiron
careftll prepanlrtiols were sualtlhe for ita lst
attelllpst. A uiarty was uirzaullaz.iI iiid its
-enaaltlsers ware proi.videl.a wita ill Is)IIaaes to
Iolul at thewir fiics.s andl k-leep aunt thiet
diitihll air. Inur iaslei, it is ,.aid, stepl.le
iant, tlew c'age. "Tl1'y gul. a last is* k
arounasd at theIir fria-llls.. and ilae or two of
tlwa.n sMllasuk lama1els with their imartnlers, iat
terimlig a last "luxlxl bye." T'le signal was
given alnd tl. eage. It.l.gs falliang like ia
It Meetn dI at, etuer..ly i fwore the ciarg
realppeared. Soumae of tlose who wnlEt
down to resIce their e-OnraIkw did i.'nt
return, while a few were got out. Tiwe
cage went down la far an the
MUOfoot level. Among the resruing party
were Tslnothy Kelleher, Jerry Sullivan
and Daniel Mirplhy. Arrived at that
level, the reersam"r begahn.rl sraming their
conmradu in the millne to tiw cage. The
nine.s were lying etxlaustet. and apllar
ently nearly ruffocaated. Harry Palge.
Billy Qsueen, Leary. Mike (Gritln atnd
John1 Lyonsli were taken to time cauge or
rushed to it themsen.h lves. Allother mlaun
wan seen lylng tnut far away. Patrick
Mulrphy. but thme mnwn were' all m. ,Inearly
sruforated nlow tlhat the signal was gliveI
atl Uthe asrent began,.
It was a mest terrible aeenllt! *Sca.rcely.
SaIuianl wais conm.lios. Thle sad party wula
told the storey to a STAIIUAI) reporteCr in
an awe-strickel voi.e lonalrs afterwards.
sia. that Harry Page. was. the first one, to
give way. The uiesll tutall)i(d on without
serruring a firm hold alltl in fact were tax
stifled to retain a firln Iold. At nyl nrtl*
Page tumbled .of land ie suppmtm)sedl to h*ave
fallen to tin bottmn of the shaft. l(own in
At about the rax fout level Till Kelleher
fell and followed Page down to the sutm.ll.
Kelleher was at hero. Fousr tilness had Iw
nande the de.lnt of tihe minle through tiew
dark smoke for the purpose of rescuing
his friemeds. Hle was the brakenian and
was called the maost intrepid amd fearless
man in the Anaconda mine. How he fell
frmim his poet no one of the party knew.
One or two were coe.clous enough to no
tse. bb. OL but wo psw.oim to -wA
amimame m Mpi~ time isoomey lb" vW
rnquiWd to obmg tNme eaw o n *a GNP%
o anm spoke& thv meareu brheamehm
Whem the to" winding Iag now "mdi
maui... su wd at the top af thu madn tbas
the CARO WrOOWasNOW Ushe .wft the
miane. gweaud meanw and ner.'.u to the
brink. Time ae was sup at last. Dat the
party It crnitained levkeiso like a party of
vkuml even. It is maid that but one of them
war cStiven a4trong bandt tftaineb
mealI th not-i sed marritI them Into the
purv. asir. Jtmlstu Lynnis. axistmt Afiten test
Iv, the top. h-,el rumly fuflen train the
cra asset hna been hoolly htestiea, but
swim' 4"w heat arasihedl Isises asul clung to
hims. = -
To makbe another descemnt of the aise
wa an e lmpesihilllty. "TIe. wtldset re.n
-mars were afluat a to tie numuhber kitlekl
antll he numbter In stih mlne. But dll
g·rt lnequiry, aLd the repurtisag of oast andI
another mianeelag .an. lshows all probo
hility there are owuly four nmen in the nelnee,
all of whole are doubtless dead. (f
the. foear. Harry Page and Tim Koelli er
ell tlom the cage. Jerry lulllvan w-.r
Ose- of the res.ming piarty. He
head fallen overrome at tle statron
Sname of thle SU level asd is suMppmse
to he lying there yet. The, folrth is Pat
rick Meurply., who could snt be resacd.
The sadkest thing about the mnuster is that
LDnkel Merphy, brother of Patrlek, went
within two feet of his brsther, without
knowing that he was down there. Dianel
was one of the .scuinlg party and with
the therslm had begunl carrying the1 aelmoa t
lifeleke. henles to the cage. He saps he
calene right iup to his t.otlser's hrldy, biet
helped carry swebody else away, sct
kouswing it was his brm)ler. Anothelr
trip was Inlspusible anld Murphy had heen
All the fore*noonm Superluetenden· t arroll
with lailenrn' wad.wsl ihl thle. St. Lawrence.
They went rilght up to the fire, sinco the
-slmoke was going the otlher way. and thi
plinI was foresmoel otf sflreatlisg tlheo i.ue
by hlulkhealdien all thle drafts lanl d aveinues
trtlleig to It. T'lils work was pulhuel ual
rmnlittinglly anld by I o'eluLek thils aftonsoo
Mr. ('arroll eunue up froaLn tihe 1aine anti
alnnouancedl thiat the fiat* was ullnder control.
That lis, it hlas bweell es'issittil by shuttli
o-if all air and it is. ielicvedl that the fir-"
inlust Inra itself out ian aI few dayr. Mr.
('arrm l sakl to a STANIS)AD te eprter;
" The flirn itself wenaltd nt he Iso souroues
a alatter were' it not far tfwe nelss who have
wbeet killed. I h·elieve the fir. is cunlinedl
to tie. tlil-foot level of the St. Lawreance.
I dcon't tli.eve tlher is. any tire ila the As
aut-oeda tios e. (Of 4)lUrse* the( . is a forest
of tillmer k)swls there. We ants't do amly*
thing now. e luhave iilklaeiaded the Itre
usal that in all we caull *lNsilly sdi .at pir.
e1ist. 'I'o-nu4)rro4w we** may n rcrt to othler
IltslM to) psllt out the fine. hbut at presinat
it is daulanwr.nas to let any :air li."
Sulrrilate siklest ('arrlll saidt at 8::I)
that all thle St. l.awr,.t land IwLen hBalk
lieitk*l anld tlht- Aalnon.tla Inutl leeI bulk
hweasled at tie. 4t0-fet level, wlhich was as
far ulown as it wais I*ssuihle to go. lte tw
lievid dw tine walds Il t 1a4ldllrth-rtl.
nll*.rilltlletndtl ('Carroll ltas no tlhory to
explaiill thlt origills of tlfh lin. to.e of
tIw Ilnlutri. rsauty alt)u eaidllles Ilatd been left
Istlrailug at tlh. 4tiiltoot 'level .f the St.
Lawrenl e by st(llu of teu IasIesl. Sotmeo -f
tiwe InileIlr talk freely ef aU ilaililiary or
illgt, but 1m IIs lief is phjlumt itl this tlhesxy.
lhside's tie fataur Inas- ill lite iitil)e., sv-"
ernl anr iajurt.d. Jola. Lyosa. is Isl.voed
to he the nmost latllngeariutly hurt. It is Inot
Iawlie.v!d II, callsl r.ttovr. His lead
is asniilatl-d is thnre places. Tllete
is a terrible cut trmsll the e.lIter of t.e
forIeheaid ariutMsl 4to t left stale; tller,lh
a lhokIl I tihe rilght sdle. alld anotlier a
little left of teh hack of tie ltwNd. His
left leg it brolken in two yluaes. At 4
o'clock this afternoole e o had rtcu.nllasd
Ieo oSe. asinl gave Iies sign of himag colln
scious. At every half aIlllutnte Iee would
give a pirc.ia.s yell anld struggle violently.
Fousr Inaes1 were ieggligd itsll lholing him
dowg- ill Iced at his loo1101n lh uhlini galleb.
His wife trerfully was. trylal iI vtain to
get le.r lausiNaad to reog·uqnisi . ler. He
siks hisis otller inljuriesl. h. was .artlly uf
folrated with suoike. He* is :U
years old a1dl laUs a wife
alld two chlildren. Harry llHurley.
the fo.n-sila.was ltakell Ito lis lallne atlllNost
ini.elw il)le frnal smoke*. iatiael aluarplay,
Jal.ls M(e 'oy of tiw NSt. Lawren-r e. Mat
thew SNilivan, Mlike Mfuldarie tmtl Jack
Shea were stifled so that Iiy arne 1now its
t~f the. fosur iiit'i ii thet* amiais onuly Ptat
ri'k Murphy iis iniirri.'ul HeL hua
a wife andl stint. qiltlrtnii. 1I14p'
was e4uiaki~t'r.l the e(* ticllli, I i lamutta
flht'gflr i rio Mi.itataiia. L'at'ry. whoE was
nietutaid. ii th.' tmusi who hlrieqi tlars.
stildrs'illits 011 fuinm.'ral o fe'w we . ks siwgo
The. lire. was diseroerrC·~~d by Nejl r1-·
('tala'.on sama. tlaj St. J~tiwi'Itt('e' tiIiittt')'
who wait workinmg sot thme !AI)-fsst It-vol
niiitiit :JtU 'elx'...k. T'ie fls'ay- st. iii si
et'Sitr't't .ibi thuat ls'%'tl. liei itaw tlhre
be'gati hsatinsg ht'.l"tstuat.'.' thinskiatg to put
out the fire. ija that g)tsiaui.'tr. F's1idinºK thuin
iitaltttis'r to IN- iuintv.&ihiitg lIN-~lli.sa
eii" ft'llow' wo~rkuias'm. g..t hitist,, t'temiii.'cteii
it wdith (noe olf tli' Wig watter ae',llttllMs sti
naoslhed lisc'k into thiii crusets-i . wit i the
sutazI.. Hut ths' irs' had grown so r illly
that tat' he ssuld ntt ge't near it, although hee
kept pls)aying oil the tire, suatil 6:15 ei'.'lnek.
Th'leim1 thtu elharsu was given aho)'rr . t t as'
cexi1uit of the chansge' of shifts hs'tat'man 5
aiid 7 .'clock t.only a few ennea weire wo0rk.
lung in either ati ait this timaIe.
The' worktingu of the Nevetr Sweat mtine.
jusit west of Its' St. Latwte"i'tt'. were. laitik
headedl this afte'rnautaui, us they E'humiuieot
wilth the St. L~awaiee. A dlose1 spec'iaI
j)Eolie~~t'ttitf tut ha e een g i auding that mtines.
So fur as knsowna oitly the, four tui.*i in
hihe miliat' are laiti, with pirtiwlnilitii,' of
Johnms Lyons' injuries proving fatal.
All wait quliet at the Aias'uaimslta nuijlte'
wheni a STAlesbAIsua rs'portu'r puaid it a visit
a;t 10 o'elaaek to-nigh. TIN. exeitedl er.ewuls
toily s ix or 4e'ven watchme'l nrii.i wer.' :~aiaust
thle 11mo11jiv. rrutusrae e t'nin tit iitt a thout
I of tIn.' builkiteadis staid rriart".'d th'a111 stir
tight. "Thtert' it iutat ii li'.ctli of aiir .'iitg
'"I lslie've lit' firs' iu otit sit thlij nliullsite,
hIntt sihwhtlesus tile tiunh.r, sirs' till
iuntiuoahk~ritg tutuE I thinuk it wcaui.l hue .lcirn.
g.'rnus s, o4 pen the' m115w ht'fo.us a
wpa'k basses. sin'se thern is stch
a trc'eanendl uu tinimdra ght that sun?
little fireI would sxutx tat Is'fannted to a bigp
bant'. All the drifts were hulkhaeadedl lay
12 o'clkek and thonse we. closed ti`` tit
shaft. ot both mnisies. If the bulk adHaa
hold the fire must mono h e extinguiiithed
if it Is not now. It is not thes fire. hte
tbs poor meta that worries nm. liad I
N eU, host I weMt do wa tlhe , I aw msa to
flt he hLIe. WhIl e I wee ,em.. shee,
7 o'lke . omw mMes dMede demesd "el
Anasonds to set out altf a boa o powde
whi-l had bed left there. They demned
ed, 'but inly two eo tlhem anme bt.k.
Tbhe olters usarted down to renme.
thl on.e left Mal th.b the diaeter enme
ahtmne. IPr tbr1twoumarteu of an hour af
ter the last tuon vamin up the cage. wacr
swent alp and down, eioppingr a few man
sate at each station in order if an poor
fellow ws able to drg binuamlf to the
cato lie €cllul get up."
Reports.aro around town to-nigbt that
other am r lmilnr bln kleS tLe four known
to me In the mine. Minerv report friemnd
nisinlllg since morning and aay they can
findl so traoo of them. tne of Ithe nils
nlia men is nIamed Dolan. Nothing dctl
slite canl Im le.rlsed regarding thetn rns
niwr. Silpt. <'arroll does not know of
lnaiem than tliao four to be misling.
When the ease made Its last and Jour
cy. hbringingi to the top its load of uncon
m-elUs asld euffocated mann, poor Kelleher's
hat and one shuo- were still in the cage and
blnmid amil mangled pieces of flmls clung
to it, Mhowing that Kelleher had been
smashed by the tinherm as Ima fell. The
Iphynicans to-night report the nmel in
Jnrid by sttltflin abnoke to Ise doing well
asll out of daslvger. Dr. Rough reports
Lmons, the manl whos head is eut an.Il kg
broked. tpo h, still unconscious. Tele
gra.se o hve een remeive in large niub.
ber firorn people having friendM working
at the Anacodala or St. Lawrreee. A few
,een will he kept to watch. hut only for a
few days, while the rest of the niiners will
await the rn-olpening of the mines.
At Tbe Cbar.b.a.
St. Mark's church. Epicaopal, will bald
_-rvkie, in kdI -Fellows hall to-day at
Al a. in. and 7:0 p. in. Sunday school at 2710
p. in. Rev. W. E. Nic., pastor.
Se.vkw nat St. Paul's churlch. Catholic,
at NM:.U anid 10:.t a. in., and 7:.10 p. m.
Mass every iay at 4 o'clock. This church
is always open,. Rev. Father DoSiere,
in the Pre shyterlas church services
are hekl at 11 a. in. antd 7":U p. m. Sunday
ashtnl at 12:) pi. in., and C('hinee school
at 1: I p. ain. Meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E.
at 4 :11) p. in. Rev. T. J. Lanolt,. pasItor.
Metlmtulist chwrch, Southi seervices at 11
a. Isi. and IL. m. Mnllday s.hool at 2 p.
hn. ItRev. S. 1). Barhee. hastier.
?Servitnc of the Methodist Episcopal
church will Is. held in the Iparsonage at
the corner of Oak anud Thltls streets at 11
a. in. and a 7::) p. mi. Sunday school at 2:.
p. aI. Rev. P. Lowry, pastor.
P. A. Sureatrlt au e..aa.ed to Butt,. last
V. (;. .grue, Om()naha, is a guest at the
J. H. Nichols, of Butte, was in the city
W. T. O'(onnell of Missoula Is ira town.
S. L. Huolnles of Milwaukee, A. ('. Johll
son o)f St. Paul. and C(. J. lo)rra<na.c of ('li
n *.t., are aUnOIng yesterduIay'es arrivals.
('.ty Attorlty Boanruall is an i.tetrsted
spiNcu.atr) of time proceedheugs at Helena.
Miis Ida t'opiusus left a few days ago
for Seattle and San Francisco to visit
friend.t. She will Ih aiJa.tut three or four
uaiiull t Ill
The .i rei 's frlll.
('olUmmlittee work for the annual lill to
hl. given. at holiday time by the Marcus
DuIly .lengine agnd hose conmpany is well ad
vanciLd. The fi.L·rnn propose to give the
asnIt brilliant o cial aftair of the year.
Th. baill will be held on the eveneing of
Dlees',ber 31. The commnitteet thus far
('liamnittee of Arrangements - James
Rictley. Mark Williama. Mont Pleke.,
('hurl.e Himse.. Johp G. Morse, IkDnnis
Smith, )llltusun Graham. H. R. Brown.
W. 0. ('oaverse. *
Recelptron Committee - Marcus Daly.
S:Vol. S. A. Estes. W. L. Hoge. A. L Kemp
hlanl. ()tto lalmnall, WV. L. ThornltonI
Jamns Richly, John. Isemanl James John
s-ons. Joseph (anavon, lkavid Lowis, John
S. )ouagllarty, Harvey Malhn John Mc
Th@ Next Lewlmad.
At the reception to be given by the Low
land club next Wednesday evening, there
will e a large attendalnce of guests from
Blealt and Helena. The occasian will be
-mack uespecially brillllant In honor o
T'hllksivritng eve. The members of the
thor o-mmittio for the occasion are: W.
L. Hoge F'. E. Miller, Frank Gorham.
.ora.ge Linstey and L. A. King. A brill
itut et.venili is anticipated. As usual the
r.(t'eltin)lS a ili I. givenl at the Montana.
P.&nltt. evis anias window glass nrw oar
rirl ian wtuiek by A. T. Playter. druggist,
Wirnw4,r & Na·wtman'a tubla, Ipalnts 10 cents
at Cresw drug wt.Wre.
Thet. Maniki ttu duums shirt was re ceivesl
y.,.ts~nlrhy at E~stsc & ('u`rncl'lu.
Pres mriptn ittia cUflytt4 cotnpouxaded at
A. T. Playtex' slntg stne. day or aight.
Mouey to luan on inuprovedl funr nsad
city propetrty. S'ev adverrtiseuent North
wtrstoena Gmsaramaty Loan Co.
Emites & ('omuasU'ls VA.0 0 ar c' cloak I.
Estes & Conainell have received their now
fall stock of clothing.
Guss and rifles at Anaconda Hardware
Artis.t.' materials at ('rts' drug store.
l)rinik Bohemnian or Hofbrwau beer at
Jack t)l narr elhn's the only place in the
city to rget it.
All shadle of Ipllhes at Est4e & C(on
ndlls for : cetit4.
Il IxMrtles id.h)teal to Mert Enmmons or
C. ('arIlan & Co.. will call at Anaconlda
leer hall antd settle their accounlts. Front
street near ( )ak.
" The llo.ut coupll)lete line of dress trim
mings in the city is at Eate & ('onnell's.
The Mo,,stana Lumluer and Produce
cosupany hlave jst receilved a large con
Ia-Ignnae1t of '"Conuain .Inse." "Arctic"
anl "lManitoba'" bob ltlds. Also a full
lIne of akllivery sleighs anld cutters. in all
gtaew. whichl they are selling at bottom
Tbis is the meanen for ladies to purchase
a nice wrap. It will pay our lady readers
to look at D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Co.'s
advertismntut of WSpecial Wrap Sale"
for "onne week only." This rfirm will keep
their wad in all stateuments they mask.
SPEC AZ3 SALE>
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices on Wraps TO BE
20QA Lower than ONUNDE
Elsewhere in the City.
* Call and LOOK OVER OUR WRAPS and you
will find Style, Quality and Prices as represented.
D. 7. HENNESSY MERCANTILE CO.
Corner Oak and Firt strsetK.
I. I. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st.,
BLTT . 7MtONT.
MAN.IVATCRE K OFlY
Fine and edisam Grades of Furs
Made to Order a Specialty
Partleulu Atteotlem Given to ledyelag
ud slenvatlag Old Sealskln.
Highest Market iPr.rs PaIk ftr Rw u.rs.
* J. C. KEPPLER *
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
DI AWOI N DS.
An trades at
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Op
tical Goods, Silverware, Etc.
BLBEGANT FURNISHED ROOKS
.tHAA RtBER~RI Prop.
MiaLm rea. Near roIt,. Aamereds. Mums.
The .rlmbtetd Horlyd's mudmrwa. at
aso a& Couneal's.
From this day and date henceforth
there will appeareach week in this
column something new and to
your intersts in the way of Cloth
ing. Hoots and Shoes. Hats and
Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Al
ways look out for Special Sales,
as from time to time we are bound
to have them.
ESTES 0' CONNELL
Guarantee to save you from to to
15 per cent. on their new line of
Clothing if you will buy from
them, as they have bought at
praces which cannot be reached
by competition, owing to the fact
that they buy in larger quantities
and carry a larger and better se
lected stock than any other store
in Anaconda. They have the new
est and latest styles and designs
of Cloths direct from New York
Consisting of Imported and Do
mestic Manufacture. A I'ER
FICT FIT IS GUARANTEED
or no sale. Now is the time to
buy your Clothing, as the stock is
new and not broken. Call this
week and examine our goods and
prices is all we ask. "
We have recently secured the
sole agency for
Stacy & Adams' Fine Dress Shoes
In men's wear, and as this shoe
has a world-wide reputation for
style, finish and durability, and
being the Best Shoe for the Least
Money it will pay you to look
over our shoe stock.
A splendid dress shoe can be
bought for $2.50. We are also
selling a shoe for $2.75 that we
guarantee you can not buy else
were for less than $3.50. Our
$3.5o shoe is a rattler, and we will
also save you Si.oo a pair on
them. Right & Richard's Shoes.
which always sell for $5.oo every
where, and are hand-sewed, we
will do them up for $4.oo a pair.
We have a good line of nailed and
unnailed shoes for heavy work.
and the prices are right for you.
The boys are always pleased to
show goods and prices, and they
are certain at the prices you will
get that you are bound to buy.
Inspection of our stock is cordial
ESTES & CONNELL.