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Ia a. lteXUsbtii aid (liftnn
a rw srddowu to humirem and i
t o it m eO ullvm It moubse*
hlc. 0#rS1- rl"w&ualb iar ,mes
o Sevrr prlo rtod rdring
Sfrbse lmt of Ue wrulser eaMon.
Ot them hbave mir e dropped out
amJ eMwd rwlh i attends delty ir pure
bly pe"dative. er"epr on plemnt dayrs
when uiam c tbweamitU put In so appear
D.w tho yms nr kE1 who warn s badly
) Lk I. ree'twsia rapidl, eal I. sow
ah k kvey.er yor -u for a stroll on
brig" das. Wh'o. Der wars taken to the
yu M Om w.rw who thought he
b..Aoh . chain a IIn sseurid to ntroever.
and wham I. h kl ae~nl syalyskeely It wra
thoslal t sis. rn aw, w mvcve Is. aseautld.
- he uest e sit.ahle to eeuflretu e on
aestvdb. Kcu. thins hass. haemnse righutees
ia Sim. easel theren. assms nao rensacs why
I1' ubmuud tact .aaaw.n suling swat rn.eoas..o
y' case remsnlhk·l mi6 lirtle' tht of
JLsua n~ Meroeimsk. who was tbn6wu... .st
-r nab. year. ages. e. akl nusg_ he ri,
enveurd, it warn a year or sore .fnre his
mental balarne wasr right. Yet Mge'...
.mlek msemsdhd arnl Iasa hbee' .aoe of hba
bý. at. hc wdast and ablest trainer.
Aa. d wy a ell ass bn moat well stat.
h it, Ialaa d anten dne nost exist.
simply a.vee' be doea not --esr tlnsu
hamS.. his phyaeskCa having forhlelai
tem when he wasr burt.
I.n gds to young ily ir is smai . be will
rile na year for Hoes. W. LD ont. Day
ekr a gpe.t deal for Mr. sr.t last sea
ome, a nothersr ('lams in 1aw Futurily.
He canskk-rabhle ahilty as a
herseagam his nerve Iwing si.,ply wroede
faI. InOsedsl the aly drawh rk to. ay wasr
that his nserve approic'hil henri it snt
pealtive rarkkualscem. Wbwh rIn rank!
hams at MMunasiaetls last seaonm IN.h. rid.
a muset a fashi.k a. was sIuitively lassn
arwau to all tlwr . and Mr. Wither. met
Ihs, down or ratbhir. ea.I.st.1ssl blils for
the year for "wilfully c asrl s riding." heat
be was rrinstated os Ihis prmel.lw to b.o
hbeter. iMaayl have thought his Irarty
fatal fall at Jaroern Park was aeausel by
his aown rsarkLeunesm. However that 0assy
be. it is certale,. that. plrs.els sainst it as
they will. owl.ers have a wolderful fon.d
ness for a lokey who hioas very little
fear that I r Insdl tt.iir lsnr.e in front.
Hesee l y will he in. great c.emain l es
sially s.ia reat flekln wlhe uOnee
eysar very tinoremsn, sanl where
.g ofteni is the neans ekltsesnt of suc
Comnenmara will hmaraly start at y more
this year. After her smlhalkig . Ilhlihitida
of temuper at Elisa.eth on lme tllh. Mr.
()O'Rel.U IS*r ownler, t .,l is that hw was
disgusted. that his .` atieice h aul givemn
way at ltat, and that leo tlhtaaIlrt fla woakuId
utop her fe tie senamch. "a!re' sadkl ha,
"it Itn't fair mn raraa her and aillaw fmomtm to
bet on her anud lms- their nitayp..'0 additng
that he was ole. of time ftol m in~melif, as
he had uttes" Ihm sil wer with the Il-pe
that she mnight take it itu.m mher lheadt to
nan kind. 'nllalsnlarua hasI Imwoed anl emx
aaperating n:aire this maa".lln. slt havilig
nruan nna. ID nhal r..It oif wllich. se wota
only .a-e -. baawilkiLap at (oia).y islanId in
t.epte..lter. whel sli* ran utlhall·lrkel withl
Stom againslt hear. a ..l. withi ler inmmal
cnatrarirausIn, tauk it iit4m .ewr imaul to ,go
on andl win over tIls turf amurn.e. whk*Ie
was little ela*e th.amm am lIma from.n thIli heavy
The ftrwqu.*.y witll whit-ht Bergen bar
ridlen for the- l)wy. F. If late Ibar created
a lelief that Ihs is t..'.k.'l to rii'" for the
Bmroklyn stahl.. u.*xl / .. u'sam. el-en it he
1' not ulrracly .a,.klr enitruct. ) ver 'itki*~
the asslhsassis heams le.- his.. woes. Itheir
Jacket. ame4 9.1iwu. Mmarplay nrulsarsel to tlte
west Herg.e~n Emit, hadl thi" etaire D~wye~r
palros~ztg... P4.surtn~ ver. hel" ha.. 'swa a
gruel ihnsiiovesisusll its his ri.liah·g siuse the
'.w;.pk..maentary ccaiotm sl gmui, et ~lizatl'.la.
He rkkie a stire ,.teudl y raet.. give' t&11
starler lives triselsi. getst ansme ot of Isii
horue wltlhouat utnuI" ;ussmIs.lsncmat. and
tinist lis run, withl '.,tnh jeagtnest. (If
courUe, hi' re-egnt ..-ietre' andI hli ..vuek~nl
gm'.taudin~rills with tlw )Dwer. Lpal made
bins time usu follouwing of alaurssle. who
alway'. lack aaid faws. uls.In a 'i.n a·srful
Jokef. and if the'. hlaekjtsaril' do not
spi HinIesgis. Iaus. at gsts. futuare. a.. he
is Iwl -l-Ue'hed asset w-ill ihtot grow heavy
for furnr r flee year'. yet. He comles of a
huri.'-rue-ing fasanily lIming residest snear
Jersune l'3rki, hi. u-thelr nre~tl,.-r l..vinj for
mecria years. twerns whig*wvr-its to the
W'. L Scu(I I(Uu p~re'.,nt gl tIle - onely
Island Juckey clubli a ,agnifetetst l Iiwtralt
of ('ha .' the luttrity winner. paimatedl by
Harry Miuall. TIh. psictsaur will oM'elaluy a
pruulsuleu iilness ill tii,. ('oasuy Ilsanld club
Mr. Simll hat'. Ismwet.·: l liii ('1usey Is
land club will. a large. p.ctaru. of I'a.uta*r
Knoll. sinlsiatr it '.ise* al m ed style .o th.
('ha." puiu-1uar.. willh lIarn-nee is. tim·e sad dle.
Tbr clbl will nuuake a gallury of Fusturity
winners. onte of time features of it' inet,,'.
A. J. (4assatt has pr*enW.eteII Euru. to lhis
trailter. Jod,, Hiasragsn. wnh) will ttaoni tSla
we--ll known s.o ..f i n:.Imum *next M**.h**am iln
i'oruasetiuo wilt thel" lalllic sUtahil. hr is
ahout to ol 1l. A. will I. re*ullmaaltIh.r.l.
Eurue. I.ok. clwl afwti**r wiimeuj tile rui.w
for tl. MonsiuaIttIe Ha l,,li."ul, at M.llalaouth
in August last. Mr. (:Cits.tt did leot lf.l.r
biru at his recent sal'. I ut res.rvedl hilll.
oisi n lithe btorue nllht yet he trained.
aithoug hle feared it duhltful. Hugtlnl
however, thinks the borne will stad ant
proposes to try it.
Senorita proved herself ulnquestiolMably
the tally of thei year. 1he wan unplac.d
only lues Iln fifteen rar es. Sh. was comn
plet r aanius when te -seaso begaln, but
arftr the mrkille of July seli was only
beaten twice. Reporter won largely in
oney., huIt he was a very erratic colt. J.
A. B. was the every daye" neral utility
nan" of the troump. Buddhist went off
early iu thel year. but toward the close he
as Igreat form. Cortes did fairly well.
Defaulter was in great fIrt late ins August
but the set with al ascklekt. ('aptain
Brown,'s borms were in great fort wheat
they arrived at Washington in April inst
th e sudden change ltIn, ther Itally c-li
mutte of Mobile causel all c.'a.*pt fortes
to have influensa. and tim whole stable.
went amuis aind was ,ot riglt until eu-id
-sunuer. Th". 2-year-oldl of the stablel
were a coumplete falure. Itugeuris. tle
-al.er of ihe stable duerves credit for
doing as well as he did. He is lgenerally
cancelde to he the hest trainer in Amsno
le.a The stable will winter at est
cheter, Rogers havin flound it ulproflt
ale to winter in thL Soutlh mr.es whic-i
have to run inu th North early in tlhe
Gover~no Merriat of tt. Paul. Minn..
Las always been an enathusiastie horse-mnan
mad an active supporter of tirotltg spurt.
He now propose to go into breedlig caar.
r*a.e ad oelnac hoarses and has recently
purhcassd she it.porten Prenac coaclhing
stallion Harcourt ald 10 half-bril fllies
Sth e sain. strain. Ths,e will form the
anuleus of a bre'dinlg cstalishnlsatl at
idrvale. he governor's country plac.e.
The half-t. d c.lts are all sirn bhy Bin.
ported Frech stallions. and out of damns
d ped-woauclg strainsl. Tthey will hI,
to ll nurt. and shoelted produce a
vary blgb rde of colt suitable, for car
SW. Potooenfeld of New York. pur
c~lled at tIthe .rcnt conb;natlon sale at
l e fast stallion lmm ln.ell<w Whi.
ftor .6 eM. He I by Kentucky
V AeomomM Lwrn, Wman of locs
wiek be won 43 hsb r
GOP r tral Us
a n d K n o w a n d w il l b d , i s
cierI dos 5.41 trueb er.t
iw d l) w. inl miob. At K Gksb
.ql* Tb.· mairarlnes wllr 3.4 te L~mS
Nall. (basei. They will have a M l,
track locaad very taesrbo clV ad wll
smake arrsnmtm e for winte vew m r
lhree. bumadmi ha...'. At l)..aimr IU.
liar. 7, the. Lkadimg baswneanra o f aeain
r as ties cmutlalia of. aparl r aim
R lto build amd mainlaln ia (eek sad
fdalor the D(eash Trolting ammocia
w+ el Decatur can enter the l4t.
Lo.tu. Terne Haul., (blcago amnd Peoria
tr.401g a innuit se~t Manama. D. W\. livenn
ntmwnr~. R. R. Mcbnnc M7 B. Z.Ta~rlar
J. P. Sraillwooe.,hris. avows and A.
Culp an-: atnane te' active promoters of
tihe pojert. wbkhr will ba ago.t
Tue lie ranwmn of (ikaued alipkn, Lkb..
an .9Ltatimg for a suile track. As the
Grnd Rpliorw Hracwm,'s nauauwlsian
bar takesa bului of the matter it I' highil
pian'iae that the track will be built.
A i alifowiuia c prntwdlet Imorenus ea
that ('Iairl". (ole. of lats Bernadlmo, is
.·pemlitn shout iIENAI isa It imalg tap a race
coure thert. whleirl will add a maew point
to thme reaoil.. (Callornla racihg circuit.
BONDS AND STOCKS.
Ups and Dewas Si Market Veales em
New Twrt, lsnegmm.
New YomK. Nov. S1.--The stock nar
ket. owing to the absenee of a large num
h.r of Iuokers was quiet to dull today and
fluctuations were alight andl without sig
nfleas-ce. The IAome after a light hbed
maws was active amnd stroag at tlhe bet
prOes of the day.
Govetnrsinent hlbods were dulal and steady.
Petrnkuns ogIetql at 1UA.. and
smoved up slightly in the first hour. The
market btiwamte dull and remnaisled so uan
til the close which was Htrn at 110.
Stork E.ihasnge: Openila, m. %; highest
110: lowest ; closlalg 110.
('omwulkl' - Izhsagse: 4 ening, I(5H;
bighat 110%. lowest. 1u@ ; rlornisg
100lJ%. Total sales 97.UWI imarrm-s.
The closing quotatmons were:
M. 1. 4's reg~tere8 ... N. P. I'rvferrr. ..
. K. 4's. ·r s. . Nortlh.steru.....
;. K 4's nr.g..... .. Preferrd...
%J. K. 4' 's 0l5r1um. .. N. V. entral..... ..
arL c.es... (ri..us ls u 5t ..
Amnr. rs.wars _i l regra Na\t''n. ....
(as. ac/.. ... ;3TranarostiseWtal.... .
(atral. StraS' . . 51' ting M i......
Burrague....... rk ill d.
l/.. 1 N.. .. ..... 4:1 lt. Skal........... 70h
lkhanvetr & IL t. 4. . .'Texas a. . ... ..
rr............... :2 '. ULbia Iala'M . .l.
KaS'ws & Tasa- I0 o iPrefrrftd......
Lake Kharr....... w.'.lanitet Maltes Kx.. W.
IutmIs. & Na s ... . A s ar Cxfex........
Miralsu ('vetra;l i'. Wste! r' ( Uuss.
Mlismurl l'tlhe.. . Alu'nttt4a ol.
Nuortlhemuine ' ... i
Moet' oil all Cary. with nto loans.
Prime nercasawike paper at tis 7 c.
Sterling exchange: Quiet. steady *.sixty
day hils. $4.*J deunmand, L.U.
l' r--U n'lchLan,( Fd.
Lead-Quiet. want';; domestic. $.+(1
Tin-Quiet. steady ; straits. &I1".
Mining quotations as follows:
AIx ..i . ....... .. . . 2lrp zj ev . ..
M~ki i. ranºklrr.......2 III
Pk.t and l-ehlwr .ilHaks ..............
r.&I4.mla. It. i..... It . It. :. Mller ....
(i'iar. ........... . 'tri'Tunnl .....T.
(nrwn Pount . ... 2 40 (Mau Metiastiw...
('a`u hic........... ... M. ' Ua ....... .300
(ukaoswº ('et... ... . M u tll .....
('w. Cal.on V'.0. Muenl. ºs04.
Usauula 112a" ..... .N 11K k 11". .
Ihnver itiy lk ... .tario ... :4 MI
iIaunla. aflI... ... . (l... 4 ash
tu.ma'mnuwv all I.. .... l kY~lr..tal ..... I Is
tsuIlw.uuI Ter.... I IS Ilymuull .
Kasreka 1'.a ..... Y.argo .
KIChH+u.rl..... I ''savagt. ......... . I 40)
(ioeauld I('arr .. I 70) ~rli-ar \ie~auoa .. 2 ,10
Hale :W A Norerru. Y *I, c at .ll Is l .... .
ll.MUCrlJt kC ......... w ul U tj ('o u....
fth. Tmk. IM 7s. 17 Memx. ('en. ' orn .. IS
tud gital 12 haul Srip..
Puulygamy ;~~ taught is p Nh...
"' radsul. :n;ý ""1st M.r. lis.Ok
Slurliugaar........ . s irtan 1º,.g. ... .... "tl'
SALT LAKE. Nor. 1:i. Is the Mormon
invesrtigru th~, to-day. .(monies Talluaaotlge,
prim.tiiwI of the Mormon, enlIegi., testified
that pupils were taught that the r."v.-ia
tioan its regardi to plural mlarriage was
froata Godl. as...! thIait th. e unatitutlosa. ptrop
erly administervd. dlid not interfere with
the reve"latio,,a of Go.!. The witness be
lieived Ia.b',rzsIY right and law against it
UIW.EºnhtitUtitIiUý I motwitlattatmding the ale
edsmo, of the i'nited States M)uprWele
tellg.p outiealll (jai.es.
SI'InIea.VteL). MaS. .. Nov. ..1. -Dart
naouth khlfeatel Willitnama in a football
uualll* th.ll4 narniualg ly a m or of :) Ito 9.
LThie Yale asltd Harvanl gamlle llwhich tool
Ilalc is the afterl.rleoi was WitI ea4l I by
twllaty thoinlu..ad I~Aple astl rasulte.l its a
viwtory for Yale by a s-ran of 6 to I. Tihe.
lanltl wass lWt iof Iti. c'liua4t auld aIllt.t
brillialt twm . **lla gai tarnOs ever played l
with ear11 oth.ler.
Warns 1t II. aee*sgrn.d.
WASIIullluTrol Nov. 2.--1)r. ValeIatine.
llrailials mimlistler, ald Mr. Adaltn had.
-.stablilhad rilations with the. g.verna
senIt isn cantroll of the affairs of that
(oilUlntry. He clsnlalalnicatel . thle Infoml.a
tion to Ithe slate departme*rat and it is re
rt.al Ie tlurgedil upon( tie secretary the
xpetiekncy of this government instruct
sour Minister Adalsn to omraplete he act
of formal r dearcgndion.
Detroit .mdlter. Inassetad.
Dl)rrRlr. Nov. 2..-Tbe grand jury
which has been investigating tle charges
of lribery against the city council this
niortlsilg brought in three indllctmlent
agaiinst Aldnerman Jaculb. president of that
c.au"acil. Two iundiltunsstas are for solicit
int a i.* and olne for ofering a hribe.
A ldrems Tierney. hurt and Mart were
also IndicLted up.n charge of brilt-ry.
real t'' far Contempt.
("oIwa'IL UmmymL. Kan.. Nov. 11.71-A per
eaoal encounrers nesamd lat night in the
.l -triet court hetween Hon. John Martin
and (.3. Bradley. a *wmlincnt attorney
hsun Tu..xka. Martin war the demmoratle
eiadhtlrate for gorvrno'wr a yar ego. Tb.
coust sent themn both t oail over lpgbPand
this morning fined thee" beavily.
Aulth., Full aeme.
From I.&teasry Ir.".
Byasd Taylrwu first name wars Jam..
Frank Stockton s nreally Francis Erc
Wilark- (oliles' full name was William
Iuuiled (but vwge I. In reality liatnuel
l)uhI..ld ( )Idaa.,..
H,ºwanl S,.-.-ys full name In Edward
Howardl SwwI e. Jr.
Juaqgiss Miller is a comrruption of Ciin
ttutw H.'ilaser Milkr.
Hesasy H. Haggard sesem e JgMa I
thultassln of ,aru who kasuw HUat -4
~il.luaanqi Williamn Gune. is St-day known
ossly to tiho wo.rld by his frst and last
Ola.gw wa.e a Uademid MIeM kuid 1
se oaraIMod as Usta pises. Three is
rana doeMhs I tam it wH e hIe a ret
btsmet t tle people to lave a lad olke
etabslahibe at m0on emInvestlet aint la
the great Koretblatadl, am IrHr Glass
gow, t e umtpoisll of the Mlk rivr re
geon, is quite as ood a plae as aig roter
flor Its lseatos.
Artledes of learrpoaeti of the Mosntaae
BuhUdus anad Lars Aasaelatei at Helenas
have beemn led In the olee lof te 0 -erw
tary of slae. The capital Im Sad at dOC.
aM iln ,40 sohamr ol StIM me. The trua
see a-m F. AdkMinon, N. C. BarsHnu W.
G. Gooding, 0. M. Hall, C. B. Miler. W.
C. Ryder, A. D. Raleig, J. C. Tbonemapo
and Jolin W. Tbohnpemos.
A Uvingstoes dispatchb ays: Andrew
Joumason isad C(arlkm Puveness rne evil an
riaoms tihenig protbly iolt fatal Injeari
at Mull tunaissl last evenin blnl b st- wr
nmature xpallron of a blast. A fou.. of
nmesn of whrih ltey were aenslheem s have
Ibeen ersiagtd in tlisberl ag tlhe anieel.
andi isn ,pnmeiutirig tlrh work It bas lwIes'
ateert-sary to blast rock from the surfa.eM
of the tunasel. Four islalut were preuared
y sterdayl, ito lIme td l imultaneously. The
fus. of one was ignited tand exploldl al
most inmiileiately. andl the other threa- ex
ploded leforse th meni could get out of
the way. A simecial car anil lofooioltive
were diirpatclewd to brirg tile woeuiskd
inie to to thu e(ty, and rhey are now usnder
the care of D)r. Altos, the compaiIy's pIdw
.ilanu, who ex1m>srrem a Itopeof their rapid
A dlispateh fro Misseula maryst Msucs
exclcitelut prevails here over a discovery
of coal two minles north of this city, whkih
has beenl made public for the Usit thoe to.
day. A five foot rein of hbituminous c(rd
has been unider developmnent for the past
two nonths', but nothing wuts sld about it
until its actual merit was dteblilraid.
The coal as been brotught to an actual
test bg Hou. Frank Higgins, who is the
owner of the claimn. He is smattfied that
it is equal to the hest iat Pennslylvanul
produceso anid has it now in use in heating
up the large Higgins bak building. Fiflty
tons of the (ral have 1been extracted. and
the vein wikens as it is explored. Pksety
of coal is known to exist in the mtpper
Flatlead regions. 1but there are at present
no meanss of co~rveying it to this point at a
cheap rate. The owner.' propose develop
ing their discovery on a large scale.
Rather an excitinlg aflrir occurred a
few days ago at H. H. Frasier's logging
camlp on Wagner creek, nine mailes fronte
C'raig. About 2 o'clck in the afternoon,.
when all the men were out In the timbler.
a ly tl made lhis appearance Ia the pou.
try yardl at camp, and raised a colnnll
tion among the feathered tribe. There
beliag no men presrent to reelve his maaj
esty, Mrs. Prsiter and Mrs. Timberlake
armn.d tI"ernselves each with a rifle and
gave the maraudler a storn.y welrcoel.and
after mIuch skirmishinsg through the
brush and firing six shots. sured eded in
killing the savage brute, whkih was fully
as large as a big shepherd dog. Thell
ladlies are crack rifle shots. and would ote
hesitate to tackle bruslt should .e Iw. so
indisclret as to enlter their dlomnain.
THE GREAT BEAUT'ES.
A Coeatestlha That Tley Are Allm.t All
Ir"eit lssde aId tn r (' LiLkes.
The great Iwamuties who take tie social
prises in martriage. says. a Lolndo, letter in
the L~,.liie Honmee Jouwreol, are almost all
I)m.l in tie leaser towns. where a lem cons
venltional society gives wonsesi as snatch at
freedom in girlliwod. You tldon' tind them
growing up with calisthelncs, health lifts.
and a tnagsage..ue to do thieir ezsorce for
thenm. You all rwtnemher the paifultI
stor of a girl in a city hou e, lsurroeud
ed by ,every care, who was stragll.d
in the mcords of her "health Ipsli" one
evesnin. little nore thsan a year since.
.icarrely mnore pitiful is her fate thlan that
of girls broughlt tlp to depend on1 such
msubstitutel for work aind exerfise If tahey
live. A sick ane.snki wolanis. unusued. un
able to carwe for herself or others· is the
Inant pItatble.l repulg*ant object ina crea
tion. Yona sekdn fied a lastilng beauty
which hati not had a semti-Greek edhuca
tionl of outdoor life and exercise
behindl it. Take the heautiful Gusn
ningw, who ran wild in their Irish
roulnttry home till their etklslatdilat
mamalnw had raked ansd scraped enoungh
to take thrm to Dubllisn and tlhee to Lon
don. TIhe Gassnnlings were ni elkeamsed
hokitCk.lns. t their ra'es over til bills
gure thLne, nmatchless cmnpkliolsl. Later
still Mrs. Laalgtry took her beauty rcourse,
roving the J'ersey lanes with l.er brothers
in soft, lpure r air living on, Iearlase
an d carie ttreae. with ll ust as little of lee
amonsa as s.ulllhed to lit her for London
HeigStu of Waves.
'Frosm t. rl4,lheu's Revielw.
The Hlon. .ilph Aheernrmh"y supports
Adeniral Fitzroy in tihe conclusion that
that warres occasionally reach an altitude
of W5 feet. The higheast wave Iseasaured
by ylr. Abererotnhy was li feet high. 756
feet frout crest to clelt, and had a velocity
of 47 miles per hour.
AND HOUSc FURNITURE
Crockery aid stores.
UUDlRTAI'IM AMl ALL ITS BANUC.
Prm n t S a, - - Ans~ed s, ~e L
Warm Spring Lvery Stable.
The Vemeoniat. New ami
LANDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
WINE NEW HEAI.IL
our IA)DDK. RsOtIn fer iw ,adl. med QIs
are ts.he Fate a the me aw ta.e.
CHAeS W. PRENCH. Proprietor.
iPtrt mtre. Wert .o Maid. Ammaegda. Maet.
THE ARCADE SALOON
Cerar evro amd MaIJ Mtrees.
The Finest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Clgars
To he eead Ia he. t eematmeUly ea hbd
An Elegant Free Lunhh
srared btbh DIs ad mighe.
LeuVst Prires Garanteed.
Geo. B. Temple
New Blacksmith Shop,
One Iek LMt ts & Ceuall's.
",.l. -l,- or REPAIRING DONE
Ona hrd*t wute. Carrlages and l s uInal
,,n ,he Rt 4 . tyle at tIow, Poru ..Irk.ci.
SHorseshoeing a Specialty
By FRANK HAMILL.,
Whob thoroughly ullalds all the dierama
pecular to the feet.
Trottwg llunnalng and Training Pilates made
In the e net approved style. t(lve us a call and
lear our prircs.
R. P. BURCH.
The Finest Establishment in
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
i 2 Main St., Butte, Mont.
MA. S. L.
The MONTANA BTATE IAU.ITEY will hold
ir Fifth Monthly DrawL.g. (Clau " K*" in pub
Me. at Butte City, laturday. Dlee. ilt 188l.
Tickets st.n ewck, II a teket for s*a..
This lottery gives more and larger prises la
propertls tothe number of tickets enled lths
any other lottery in the world. AUENTi.
WANTED KVERYWHELE. If you have not
bees lucky iL other lotterees try the Moatana
tate. For tickets, circulars and other Ilnarm
tia, addres J. J. JACOUs,
Butte City, Meat.
We pay espree charges oa all orders for teik
ete of . or or over.
AL.14. JA(C O4,B Agent. - Aaeonda, M-ot.
MONTANA LUMBER AND PRODUCE CO.,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and louldings.
ne.Ls.L.oi @.. DneL.=nN INs L.LOmR.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feef, ,aid Hard and Soft Coal.
Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
BUIN & MITCH-BLLA RCOONS.
from QUARTZ GRABS to Il-1 SPRING WAGONS. Also CLE Y, STUDEBAKER and
STXrNDRD BUGGIES xlD C kIROGBS.
- r. 8ort.rRto . Coaro.d ZMarSnts. d Tric H_ .
Saddle.. Whip, as d r and e rythig pertainlo to this
g CaU and look through - stoek. It is eeemplee lI aDH dlfeuset Uines, and we dev easnCetAtiOLLn. M
DO YOU: KNOW
A .Safe: /estment /
You Can Make' 5o Per Cent
MONDAY, NOV. 18TH, 1889,
WE WILL COMMENCE OFFER
ING Our Entire Stock.of
Clothing Regardless of Profit to Us.
For want of room. to display our Im
mense Line of
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,
We have decided to CLOSE OUT OUR EN
TIRE STOCK of
MEN'S AND BOYS'
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Call and see if we cannot make it of interest
to you to invest with us.
LOSEE & MAXWELL
One Door So. of P. O.
CHARLES T. Wii. CRESS.
[(radut.e in PIarmary
Dealer in Pure Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Paints and Oils,
Wiadew Glass. Paey s a Tloiet Artiele Statieery. Ciars sad Teaseoe Pre
crrittkims aturat~ y Aaprioed da sad Maigt.
First Street, - - Anaconda, Montana.
FIRST STREET, - - - - - ANACONDA, MONTANA.
Carriage Builder, Blacgfp ith and Wagon Shop.
AM elri ip [sewW4 mad prrm mdrvecubd m ..d in tb. bes mm..
Iblad of PmIIblaIr7 reattioemir Wi
Just remlved at
e berougt t or
AI FULL LINE OF OFFICE DESKS,
luakmrm mini Ik rlo
Anaconda Livery Stabled
D. O. BIOWNIELL Pmora.auom.
Buggies. Saddles and Horses
ab· ulI~b dlnL rrwMlrrN&