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.THE ANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 94, 1889.
THEMINE ON FIRE
FlamesBreak Out in the 500-Foot^Level of the St. Lawrence.
lliSOA. M. Knxn Itutli- t:nrriK*.n^Lntves Hutti* Ml hi .V. A. M.. Milvrt* How 11-ih^A M Stuart ii ::(-.*. A. M. t'i^iiii^*^ t^ at Nt.iart^with in^in which l*it\e*.tiarrt^i^ii hi Iii:3ii A. M.,
|l.rlin ^ A. M.
S:401^. M. KfnM Hattr LfWM Hull.- ^rf^^!^ M , HiH.-i How -':.Vi I-. M.. Stimrt :i:lt^ I^. M.
t*'o v. M. From Unite I .cave* Unlit- ill v:^^^r\ M.. Silver Hew .V*l I*. M.. Stuart ^:^^ P. M.
jilAl^. M Fmin l.arriM.n l-cav.. ^. (;arri*..ii^^ ^^Jul^ M., l*cvr IahIiz^ ^i:4T P. M^ Stuart 7::m^P. M.
tiuiv liri'tKT.^7 40 \. M. K^^r Hut re iiimI DatttaM Arrtwn
at MmH T V. V. M.. Silver How **:.k^ A. M..
Kiitt.lV.A. M. Tri* tr.-.iiiu.*cl^ lit Slnarl
withtrain fur Oarrlsoa. which arrive* at Is-cr
1-o.ln.cH::i3, Harrison to A M.^tiM I*. M. F^^r iiairi*on Arrives at Slnart
S:I.Vllerr UMM^ 4^ Samson 4 ::^^.^4:OOI^. M. hi Hull.- A'tIvi-k at Stuart 4 :ir..
SilverHow *l :..7, Huttc 4 :.'^i.^Ttlft I*. M. For Untie Arrives at Stuart 7AX,
SilverH^^w ^:u'.. Unite H
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
maii-mimi'akt MM r^^a^Iwi UmIk**, II. i. iiii ami points North
anilWi-kI of Helena^Butte fit). Mont
Kutte. Helena, Hecr Uslm*. Slnart
Butte,Helena, all Kaslerii. Southern
OaMe'an.ll^n-mi-K It.on A. M. Monday, WiS^Bekday ami Friilay.
maiijiakiiivk haii.v KltoM
Eastanil HutteMJJ A
Helenaanil Peer l-odnc II.:*.. A
ButteCity, Mont ^l.'-'M J
Allpoint*North and K^*t of Harrison ..^re I^All iH.ints Nnrth ami We*l of Harrison 7.^^ P^Carroll ^^^^^ A
Caldeami l*Yrcin*es, 4.im P. M. Tuesdays, 'I luir*-^day, Saturday.
Allmails close 4.^. minute* la-fore departure.
Thedaily M*conl ^^t tin* tlienimnictcr in j^this city in rc|m^rtcil by A. T. Playter.^druaaidt. First street. The ni-ortl for yes^^terday waa: 7 a. Mm IT ili-4fn-i-s; 12 n^., .*^ |^detB*r*4*a; 4 |^. ni., HI di*tfrcca; *i p. m.. ^ j^^letrreea.
Sultrriptt^^iM to the Standard trill br re- j^in'ml at thr lauM *^*^*^ ofliee. or nl the ntore of^Vrtteket dt King, Main street. Adrertimm.i^ratrm can *^e Irttruetl at the fca*ia^w njfire,^Standard Huiltlina, corner of Main and^Thirxl Ktreem.
Traiiiawrn- moving airniii yi-Kt^-nliiy^wry Hourly oil *^-li^-^lul^- tim^- over tlx- line^of tin- Molilalia I'nioii.
Thenull at the U.-il I.ion lllilie whieh^lias 1m-.-ii riimiiiiK for wv.-ral week* Iium^Im-i ii e|i^s^-il ilown for a time.
Noparticular ^ lianu^- took plnee y^-ati^r-^^luy in the e.uulitioii of Mr. KuMuiaii, who^wax In jur. .I liy the aeeiilent at the Alm-ri- I^^-an Flan mine.
Tin-leaf twin' institute to !^^ hehl in this^city will li'i'in itx aaaaSMI to-morrow ,^moriiiutc- Several of the tone hern have I^alrc.nlv arrivi il in town.
At5 o'eliM-k yestertlay afternoon Krie I^Anil. rs.hi ami Johanna KrriekMon of tlnw^city w^-r^' umt. il in marriatf.*- Tht' t-t-n- |^moiiy was |h-rfornn-^l hy Itov. S. NV. i^UarlMH^.
Thefuneral of AiUfUat vx'iih-l, who tli^^^!^oti Friilay iiiorniutr. took |^laee from his^resilience on Cedar ntr^-ct y^-Kt^-nlay after*^n^x^ii. K^-litfioiiH a^arviia^'a wens ^*oiulii4-t.*(l^l^y Rt-v. P. Loa-ry.
The|HTsistent t^h^tini^ of locomotive^whisiles ut 4 o'chx k yi-Htcrilay mormon^awoke half the town mill it wum aii|^|M^se^l^that an alarm of lire hail tteen (riven.^There was n^^ occasion for alarm.
Thematch between the lloiililcr Kill^anil Hurry Mitchell of ^ ^k^Icii will take^place ut Kvans o|m-ra house on lleeeitllMT^Vi. Twuhiuiii'i- glovea will lie used ami^the stakes will Im- $KK) u aide, the winner^to take tin- Kate receipt*.
Mm.K. A. McDonald dieil last niKht^after u Ioiik unil painful HickncMK of hcv-^eral months. She leaves u hnalutinl and^*is youiik chililren. Funeral Hervii-es will^be held at the resilience, ^^n Weal Front^atreet near the picnic irroiiinlN. Friends^of the family an- iiiviti-il to attend.
Iast eveniUK a dealer ill (leori/o Ketl-^ilall's place n. .1 a tn-meudoiis whack on^the head from a club in the hands of a^man whoac name is said to lie Ih-akc.^The row ended in the Mgtot of lir.ike, who^could not Im- turned up liy the ..Ulcers last^niKht.
Tin-news of the lire in the Anaconda^mine throw this city into a fever of and la^nn-llt ycMtorday. The n-|Mirt rei-i-ivi-il last^evening that the tin- had la-en checked^was warmly welcomed. It i* not tliou^lil^that the lire will interfere with work at^the smelters in this city.
TheSelect KuiHhta A. IX V. W^ who^always enjoy the ri|rh* of line ill this oily,^on ThuiikatfivinK, are urraiiKinir for a^ball to Im- given on that cvoninit in Kvana^ball. Klnhorate prepurutioiia have hcen^made for the evening. The miiaio will Im-^all uttractive foatiire and an excellent^program of dances in oil. red.
Profs.Mottor anil Morns gave their first^social of tin* si-asoti at F.van's Opera^House luat evening. There waa a fair at^^tendance, and the evening waa heartily^enjoyisd liy tlifaio proacut. t 'las-.es will lie^organised hy Messrs. Motti-r and Morris^anil lessons will Im- given each evening in^the week at the hall over Playter's drug^^ton*. Then* will be mixed asscuihlic I^Wi-dncMlay evening*. A aoeial will In* j
'venat Kviim'h ^^|m-ra Houxe each Satur-^.y evening iluriug tin- season.
KurnlslitMlKimiiiis IVhiiIihI.^After Ifteeemlior 1, for light IkMlM-keatare |^aag. aWtWraaa ^^^ ,^ Si \m^aui^ ohm
tinreaaoliable terms a largo kitchen 1^anil dining room, furnished. Impiiroat^Oakland House, Fast Sml t.tni-1.
liarroom and fixtures u'. (.rand Central^Hotel.
Ixssi-o^ Maxwell an- cliMiug out their^^ lothing, anil oil ermg same reganlli'ss of^aU
Situationas camp ^-^m^k by a white man ;^fcaa had ten years' experience. Address^X. K., box 81M, Anaconda, Montana.
BraveMen Lose Their Lives White Trying^to Kescue Their Comrades.
SCKNHSAT THti ANACONDA
SmokeFrom the Fire In lite SI. Unn-nr.^Flint. It* Way Into the Ailjoluiug^Mine With Terrlhle Ke^ult^^The Flame* Fader l uiilrul.
Bl'TTK,Nov.The ominous Mowing
ofthe whi.-tle of tile Anaconda mine a^little after H o'clock this morning ularmi-d^the |m-ople of this city Ity announcing to^them that aome eat^*trophy must have^mvurri'il at the great mine enat of the^city. The whistle blowing at such a tunc^in the morning was the cause of people^gathering in startled groups about the^Htreet*, womleriiig what calamity ^ ^^ul I^have arisen. The llrst iiiti-lligi-nci- i^f tin-^nature of the disaster came over the tch-^phono wire a minute or two later. The^Anaconda otlice called up the liooky^mountain telegraph olllce ami the wonls^HM distinctly over the wire:
Sendup tlint- or four ilia-tors at once.
Isit a cave in or a lln'V
Afin-,^ came the answer.
Messenger*wore at onci-dispatched and^l^rs. I^canitt, Hough, Johnson, t'oopcr.^Howard and other physicians, together^with an ini-n asiiig string of Unite i-itizon*,^frightened more and more as rumors la^^gan to roach the city of a terrible catas-^trophe ut the mine, la-gall moving toward
Itwas at ^^ :.'K1 o'cliM-k this morning tltat^a slatioiiman went to Superintendent^Michael t'urroll of the Anaconda mine,^at his olllce. and said to him :
Mr,Carroll, tliere is smoke on No. 7.
Mr.Carroll, with the foreman ami two^others, lost no time in getting into a cagc^alld descending. It tool, lint little to con^^vince Mr. Carroll that tin- fin- was in the^Si. I.awn-nci- mine, the .VO-foot level of^which is foiiticctitl with the M^^-fiM^t level^of the Anaconda. The superintendent^then went to the St. Lawrence mine ami^descended thai to light the lire.
Meanwhile a few of the Anaconda^^ ^liners hall ventured down that mine It^is said the first signs of smoke wen- dts-^riivereil as early as a::tu oVha-k in the^morning, lint could not la- trac -d. At^first tin* minors, although they had Im-cii^informed that n^^ work would l^* done,^hail freely descended the mine in onler to^*ec the lire and endeavor lo stop it. Hut^it was not long In fore the smoke baTfjaj!^pouring from tin* mouth of the mini* in^such dense, stilting clouds, that to de^^scend la-came almost all impossibility.^While there was no tin- in the Anaconda,^the draft came down the mouth of the St.^Lawrence ami drove all the smoke from^the fin- in tin- St. Lawrence into the Ana^^conda.
Astin* smoke from the mouth of the^Anaconda lai-ann- so ileiiae thai it was a^dillicult matter to remain at the mine's^mouth, it MHM ^fclWMi als.ut that^aevi-rnl men wore down in the mine. Ho^^lier parties wen- pnunptlyorganized. Two^cages of men started down into the gulf^of stifling smoke, hut BfMM the I.. II for^return was sounded, anil tin* relief men,^almost atiffitcutcd with smoke, staggered^from the cage, several of them completely^overcome ft^r tin* time. It was not known^how many men wore Ix low, but it was ls-^liovcil then* wen- some, ami the miners,^standing aghast at the top, mi ntiomil the^names of one ami another of th. irconi-^rades who wen* missing and who^they feared wi-ri' far i|. ^wn the^shaft. Again and again ilirTor-^i-nt parties attempted the descent.^Kach time a n-turn la-eanie necessary^after a descent of a few hundred feet. At^last, culmcr ooiinaol* prevailed ami Mopa^can-ful pn-paralions were made for a last^attempt. A party was organized ami its^iiioiulier*. were provided with sponges to^hold at their faces and keep out the^stilling air. Four men, it is said, stepped^into the cage. They gate a last ha.k^around at their friend*, and one or two of^them shook hands with their partners, ut^^tering a last ^(final bye.^ Tile signal was^given ami the cage Is-gaii falling like a^shot.
Itseemed an eternity Is-fon* the cage^rcapiicarctl. Some of those who went^down to reaollo their comrades did not^return, while a few wen* got out. The^cage went down us far us the^HU^-f^^ot level. Among the n scuing party-^wen* Timothy Kellebee, Jerry Sullivan^and Daniel Murphy. Arrived ut that^level, the rescuers lM*g.iu drugging their^comrades in the mini* to the cage. The^miners wen* lying exhausted and appar^^ently nearly suiriH-atiil. Harry Page.^Hilly Queen, I-oury. Mike (irillin and^^John Lyons wen* taken to the i-age or^rushed to it themselves. Another man^was seen lying not far away. Patrick^Murphy, but the men MM all so nearly^siiHooated now that the aigliul was given^and the ascent l^egan.
Itwas a most torrilile ascent! Si-an-ely^a mall was conscious. The sad party who^told the story to a SnMitun n-porter in^an awi'-strii keii voice hours uflcrwanls,^said that Harry Page was the tlrsl one to^give way. The men tumlil^*d on without^securing a firm hold ami ill fact wen* too^stithil to n-taiu a firm hold. At any rale^Page tiir111il.-^l oil and is *up|Misi*d to have^fallen to the laittom of tin- shaft, down in^the sump.
AtuIm.iM Mm HO f.s.t level Tim Kcll. li. r^fell and followed P.ige ilown to the sump.^Kclh'her w as a hero. Four times had hi'^made the descent of the mine through the^^ lark smoke for the pur|M^si* of rescuing^his friends. He waa the Imikemali and^was called the most intrepid and fearless^mail in the Anaconda mine. How he fell^from hi* post no one of the party knew.^^ ^nc or two were conscious enough to no
ticehia fall, but weri^ powerleaa to offer
assistance.I luring the eternity that waa'^required to bring the cage to the aurface^no one (.poke; they sean-ely breathed.
Whentin* fust winding ro|m^ totd the^anxious crowtl ut the top of tin* mine that^the cage waa Hearing the anrfaee the^miners prcaaed nearer and nearer to the^brink. Tin* cage was up at last. Hilt the^party it coiitainisl hsik.il like a party of^dead men. It is aaiil that but one of them^waa conscious. Strong hands instantly^aciicd the men and carried them into the^pun* air. John Lyons, about fifteen feet^from tin* top. h id nearly fallen from the^cage and hail Im-i-ii badly battered, hut^sol11.- nil., had grablM-d him and clung to^him.
Tomake another descent of tin* mini-^was all iui|s issilnl i ty. 1 he wildest ru^^mors were afloat as to the iiuiiiImt killed^and the number in the mine. Hut dili^^gent inipiiry, ami the ii-|*u-titer of one ami^another missing man, shows in all proba^^bility there tin* only four men in the mine,^all of whom an* doubtless dead. Of^these four, Harry Page ami Tim Kellehcr^fell from the cage. Jerry Sullivan was^one of the rescuing parly. He^hail fallen overcome ut the station^house of the sou level ami is suppose. I^to Im- lying then.* yet. The fourth is Pat^^rick Murphy, who could not be rescued.^The saddest tiling alsml the matter ia that^Hanid Murphy, brother of Patrick, went^within two feet of hia brother, without^knowing that he wua down then*. Daniel^was one of the rescuing party ami with^the others hull liegiui carrying the almost^hf. less hashes to the cage. He says he^came right up to hia brother's b sly, hut^help, d curry aoim-hody else away, not^knowing it was his bn.ther. Another^trip was impossible anil Murphy hull Im-cii^left.
Allthe forenoon Sii|h*rintcmicut Carroll^with miners w as down in the St. 1-awnnoc.^They went right up t^^ the lire, since tin*^smoke was going tin- other way, and the^plan was formed of soil ^ s-at illg the lire^by blllkh. adillg all the drafts anil avenues^leading to it. This work was pushed un^^remittingly ami liy I o'clock this afternoon^Mr. Carroll came up from tin* mini* and^announced that the lire was under control.^That is, it litis been i-onllm-d by shutting^oil' all air ami it is believed that the llr.^must burn itself out in a few day-*. Mr.^( am.II said to a MVAWOAMB n*porter;
The Hri* itself would not la* so serious^it matter were it not for the men who haxe^Im ill killed. 1 believe till* lire is loll II lied^to the Ma^-foot level of tin- St. Liwrt'lll'i'.^I don't la-licvi- then- is any lin- in the An^^aconda mine, t If course then- ia a fon-l^of timls-r down there. We can't do any^^thing now. We have bulk headed tile lire^and that is all we can possibly do at pn^Mt To-m.irn^w we may ii--.ort to oilier^means to put out the lire, but at pn-aetit^it is danger.uis to let any air in.
Su|M*riiiti*uileut( arroll BraM at BlH^that all the St. Lawrence had ia-en I lilk-^h^ ailed ami the Anai olida had I ecu bulk-^In aded at the lo-loet level, which wua a*^far down as it was possible to go. lie |*-^lieved the lire Would be sllioth* i eil.
SuperintendentCarroll has no theory to^explain the origin of tin- fire. Some of^the miners say iliat caudles had Im-cii left^burning at the l-lKMis.t level ^ f tin* St.^1 .awn-hec by MM of tin- men. Some of^the miners tall; fteely ^T an incendiary or^^igin, but MB la-lief is placed in tins tlu*i.r^ .
Besidesthe four men in the mine, sev^^eral are injured. John Lyon-, is hi lioveil^to be the most dangerously hin t. It is not^believed lie can recover. His head^is smashed in thii-e places. There^is a terrible cut fiiim the center of the^forchcud around to the l.-ft side; there ia^a hole in the right side, ami another u^little left of the hack of the head. Hia^left leg ia broken in two ulaccs. At 4^o'clock this afteriliMiii he hull recognizi-il^no one ami gave no sign of being con^^scious. At every half minute he would^give a piercing yell and struggle violently.^Four men wen- engaged in holding him^il .wu in I.. .I at his home in Dublin gulch.^His wife tearfully was trying iti vain to^get her husband to n cognize her. Hi ^^sides his other injuries, he was partly suf^^focated with smoke. Hi* is :XI^years old and bus a wife^anil two children. Harry Hurley,^the foreman.was taken to his home almost^insensible from smoke. Daniel Murphy,^James Mi l 'oy of the St. Lawi-i ii. c, .Mat^^thew Sullivan. Mike Mulilaric and Jack^Shea wen* stilled so that they are now ill^Is d.
Ofthe four MM in the mine, only Pat^^rick Murphy is married. lie has^a wife ami nine children. 1'age^was (MMt red the champion ham^^merman of Molilalia. Loary, w ho was^rescued, is the mall who buried three^children in tine funeral a few week* ..go.
Thelire was discovered by Neil Mi*-^CalM , one of the St. Lawn-nee miners,^who was working on the .MK^-foot level^about .^^:;^^ o'clock. The tire was in a^en-scent on that levi L He saw throe^posts hunting, and taking oil' his coat,^Is-gaii beating the Haul' s, thinking la put^out the tin- in that manner. Finding this^measure to Im- unavailing he Mftlmintoni il^Ins fellow workmen, got hose, connected
itw ith one of the big w ater e^ .luii'tis and^rushed back into tin* cross-cut with the^nozzle. Hut the lire had grow n so rapidly^that he could not get near it, although hi*^kept playing on the tin- until SiU o'clock.^Then the alarm was given ulmve. t Iti ac^^count of tin- change of shifts between ft^and 7 o'i*l,M*k only a few men wen- work^^ing in cither mine at tics time.
Theworkings of the Never Sweat mine,^just west of the St. Law reuoc, MM bulk-^heuded this afternoon, as they* connect^w ith the St. Lawrence. A dozen special^policemen have Im-cii guanling the mines
Sof.,r as known only the four im-n in^the mine are lost, with probabilities of^John Lyons' injuries proving fatal.
Allwas ipiiet at tin* Anaconda mine^w hen a S |-\N i^A t:i^ reporter paid it a visit^at lOo'chs-k to-night. I'lu-i'Xi-ited cr.e.ds^of citizens ami miners hail gone home anil^only six or seven watchmen wa re about^tin- initio on guard. fTm|wirlnlrndeiil ( 'ar^^roll had just ratUmad from all inspection^of the bulkheads ami n*poi-|.sl I hem air^tight. ^Then* is not a bi-ealh of air going^down or coining up tin* mines.^ he *4ai4B.^^1 iM-licvc the tin- is out at this minute,^but doubtless tin* tiuilsrs an- -till^smouldering and I think it would be dan^^gerous to open the initio hcfni o a^week |^asses, since then* is such^a tremendous draught that any^little fin* would soon Im* fanned to a !^tg^blaze. All the drifts were bulkhead. .I by^\'2 o'cliM-k Mi then wo closed up the^shafts on both mine*. If the bulkheads^hold tin* fin- must soon Im* extinguish****!*^if it ia not lu.w. It ia not the fin-, but^those poor men that worries inc. Had I
beenat the Anaconda' mine at the time^ttiey never would hare gone down, aud^then there won III have been no loaa of^life, but I went down the St. Lawrence to^light the fire. While I waa ^rone, about^7 o'clock, four men ^l^^eided to descend the^Anaconda to get out half a bos of powder^which I lad Im-cii left there. They de**^-oiul-^cd, but only two of them came back.^Then others aturted down to reacue^the ones left anil thus the disaster came^about. For thni-iiuartera of an hour af^^ter the last man came up tin* cages wen-^sent up and ilown. stopping a few min^^utes at each station in onler if any poor^fellow was able to drag himself to tin*^cage he could gi-t lip.
Uoportaare around town to-night that^others are missing Is-sidos the four known^to Im* ill the mine. Miners ro|m^rt friend*^mis- ing since morning anil say they can^II ml no trace of them. One* of the miss^^ing men ia named Dolan. Nothing deli-^^lite can la* learned regarding those ru^^mors. Supt. ( arnill does not know of^more than these four to be missing.
Whenthe cage made its laat sad Jour^^ney, bringing to the top its load of unoon-^scion* and suffocated men, poor Kellehcr'a^hat anil one sin*- wore still in the cage and^blood anil mangled pieces of flesh clung^to it. showing that Kcllcher hail Im*cii^smashed by the timlM-rs as he fell. The^physicians to-night report the men in^^jured hy atiffling smoke to Im* doing well^and out of danger. Dr. Hough reports^Lyons, the man whoso head is cut and leg^hroked. to Im* still uocoiiacioiia. Tele-^grama have Im-cii n ccived ill large iihiu-^Is-rs from iicoplo having friends working^ut the Anaconda or St. Luwrwtice. A few^men will la* kept to watch, but only for a^few days, while tin- rest of the miner* will^await the r^^o|M-iiing of tin* mines.
AtThe t hurelims.
St.Murk's church, F.piacopal. will laald^^ervieo ill 4 hid Follows hall to-day ut^11 a. m. and 7 ::^) p. m. Sunday school ut L.' :itO^p. in. Hev. W. K. Nies, |^astor.
Servicesat St. Paul's church. Catholic,^at MM and lO-.'Kl a.m., and 7 :.lu p. 111.^Mass every day at X o'cha-k. This church^is always o|m*ii. Hev. Father DeSiere,^pastor.
Illtin* Pn-sbyteriaii church services^an* lii*lil at 11 a. in. and 7:HU p. Mfc Sunday^scln*d at 1*J:.tt^ p. m., anil Chinese si-ln*il^at 1 MO p. iii. Meeting of the Y. 1*. S. C. K.^at SlflJO p. Mu If.'v. T.J. Igimont, pastor.
M thiMlist ehtm h. South, services ut 11^a. in. and ( p. m. Suuiiay ai-hiad at - p.^m. Lev. S. II. Harlwe. pastor.
Sorvioesof the Methodist Kptscopal^church will Im- held iii the parsonage at^the corner of Oak anil Third streets at 11^a. in. anil flat) p. in. Sunday school at2:.il)^p. in. Kov. P. Lowry, pastor.
F.A. Sargeaiit ......mil to Hutle hist
V.ts. Hoguc, of (Imalia, is a guest at the^Montana.
J.H. Nichols, of Hutte, was in the city^yi'slonlay.
\V.T. I I'l'iitmi ll of Missoula is in town.
S.L. Holme* of Milwaukee, A. C. John^^son of St. Paul, ami ( '. J. Dorrauce of Chi^^cago, MM among yi stonlay's arrivals.
t.ty Attoriu-y MMM is an ilitercstoil^k|iiit.iri'f the proceedings at Helena.
Mis*blat'opinus loft a few days ago^for Seattle it ml San Francisco to visit^friends. She will Im' absent three or four
(oinimttee work for the annual ball to^!^^ given at holiday time hy tin* Marcus^Daly engine anil hose company is w ell ad^^vanced. Tin' lin men propose to give the^most brilliant s.s ial all air of the year.^The ball will Im* held on the evening of^DecomlM^r HI. The committees thus fur^completed an*:
Committeeof Arrangements ^ James^H'ohcy, Mark Williams, Mont Piekcl,^( hari. s Hiuzc, John IL Morse, lleliliis^Smith, Diiik an (iraham. H. K. Hi-owii,^W. C. ( SnwMA
KceeplioiiI'uniiiiittri' ^ Marcus Duly,^Col. S. A. Kstes. W. L. Hogi*. A. L. MM^laud, ( )tl^^ Stalmun, W, L. Thornton,^James Kii-iii-y, John Iseuiaii. James John-^sou, Joseph Catiavoll, David Lewis, John^S. Dougherty, Harvey Malm. John Mc-^( loski'y.
Atthe n'ccptioii to lie given by the Low^^land club next Wednesday . veiling, there^will Ml ^ large attendance of guests from^Hutu- anil Helena. The oocasisii will Im*^madi i espis'ially brilliant in honor of^Thanksgiving eve. The mi-iutM'i-s of the^tto^.r committee for the OMMjsMMJ ar^*: W.^L. Hog.-, F. K. Miller, Frank Ciorham.^(i. orge Linsley ami L. A. King. A brill-^iant evening is anticipated. As usual the^reception w ill Im- given at the Montana.
Paint-.,oils ami window glass are onr-^ried m stock by A. T. Playter, druggist.
Calland see Lstos ^ Councils Xi cent^plushes.
Wi'isorA-Newton's tula* paints 1(1 ci-nts^at ('n-ss' drug MM
TheManhattan dress shirt wua r^*oeiveil^f I'tits ItlllJI at Lstos ^ Coiiiiell's.
Presetiptii Ma accurately oompoiindisl at^A. T. I'liiytiT's drug store, day or night.
Moneyto loan on improved farms and^city pniperty. See advertisement North^^western (oiaranty Loan Co.
Ksti*a* I oiim irs fsVM la lies' cloak ia^worth *f.U^J.
IM^t Coimell have received their now^fall st.s'k of clothing.
Gunsand rifles at Anaconda H aril wan*^^ 'o's,
Alti^ts' materials at Cn-s*' drug store.
Prinkl.ohcmiaii or llofbreau bMM^Jack I luarheim's, the only place in the^city to get it.
Allshades of plushes at Kstes A- Cou^^ncils for ^.i cents.
Mlparties indebted to Mert F.mmniis or^C. Carlson Jt Co., w ill call at Anacoiula^Ili cr hall ami settli* their MM4MMB. Front^stn-et near ^ lak.
The most complcti* line of dross trim^^mings in the city is at F.stcs A Council's.
'I'heMontana Luiulter anil Produce^c*'iu|^atiy have just rtH*eiv^*^l a large eon-^^ |mmM off ^Comnion Sense.^ ^An-tic^^anil ^Manitoba^ Is.b sl.nls. Also a full^line off delivery sleighs and cutters, in all^grailca, which they an- selling at bottom^prici-s.
1his is the season for ladies to purchase^a niis* wrap. It will pay our lady readers^to liMik at D. J. Hctiliessy Mci-catitile Co.'s^uilvi*rtis.*mi*tit of ^SjM*i*ial Wrap Sale^^for ^one tW only.^ This firm will keep^their woiil ill all statements they make.
FORONE WEEK ONLY.
Priceson Wraps^20 ^ Lower than s
Elsewherein the City.
Calland LOOK OVER OUR WRAPS and you^will find Style, Quality and Prices as represented.
/).J. HliNNESSY AfKRCs4N7'/US CO
CornerOak and First StreetB.
Fineand Medium Grades of Furs
Madeto Order a Specialty
ParticularAttention Given to Redyeing^and Renovating Old Sealskins.
Iliicln-st Mnrk.-t Prkin l*alil for llaw Kurs.
J. C. KEPPLER
Watches,Clocks, Jewelry, Op^^tical Goods. Silverware, Etc.
t'HAS.HKItTXTH, rrnp.^Main atreet. N^*ar l-ront, Ana^*umla, M^nt.
TheceletiraUil Hulruytl's untlerwear ut^Estes A (\^lilieU's.
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Fromthis day and date henceforth^there will appear each week in this^column something new and to^your intersts in the way of Cloth^^ing, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and^Capa and Gents' Furnishings. Al^^ways look out for Special Sales,^as from time to time we are bsund^to have them.
Guaranteeto save you from 10 to^15 percent, on their new line of^Clothing if you will buy from^them, as they have bought at^prices 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^in their
Consistingof Imported aud Do^^mestic Manufacture. A I'F.R-
FICTFIT 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.
Wehave recently secured th^^sole agency for
Stacy^ Adams' Fine Dress Shoes
Inmen'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.
Asplendid dress shoe can be^bought for 52.50. We are also^selling a shoe for 52.75 that we^guarantee you can not buy else-^were for less than S3.50. Our^53.50 shoe is a rattler, and we will^also save you Si.00 a pair on^them. Right ^ Richard s Shoes,^which always sell for S5.00 every^^where, and arc hand-sewed, we^will do them up for S4.00 a pair.^We have a good line of nailed and^unnailed shoes for heavy work,^and the prices are right for you.
Theboys 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^^ly invited.