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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 8, 1889.
Durincbi^ trip tbroucb this country In^187^ Docu Pwlro rUWi St. Umim. His^dodcine; of the formidable, committee ap-^pointsd to welcome bim to this city waa^recalled rslerday with a laiurn by many,^and followed by lbe story of bow Goorna^Bain wu organised by cnauce iuto mi im^^promptu imperial reception committee of^one to suow tUe annual nsitor tbe sights^of rlt. Louis. Tlw story, aa told by Mr.^Bain himself to a reporter for tbe ftrpao-^Me, la uu interesting one.
t^fcourse,^ anal Mr. Bain, ^it wan^known just wbeu Uoui Pedro would ar^^rive, and a formidable aud representative^committee bad been appointed to receive^bim. Unfortunately, however, tbe com^^mittee went to tbe huuU^ ru hotel for that^purpose, wbile tbe emperor went to tue^Luidelt, waa registered, and immediately^afterward tbe entire party took carriages^and Lm'kuu the round of tbe city oil lu. ir^own book. 1 cbanced to be ou M'lurd^atreet just wben tbe 11 rot carriaice, von-^tainintr bia liraiiliaii majesty, wiiiried^around front Olive. 1 be driver, Pat Miuv-^lin, knew me, aud being evitleutly dis^^posed to aid Uoui r*edro as uiucb an possi^^ble in seeing tbe tugtits of St. Luuin bailed^me witb a wiki brandishing of bia wbip,^shouting enthusiastically aa be rattled^around tbe comer: 'Mould up, Misther^Bain! Wau minute there. Miatlter Bain !^I've tbe emperor of Brazil iu me can '*^^ I^Conic over an' I'll iuthrajuce ye to 'ini!'^1 crowed the atreet as Pat made a gallant^atop, and aure enough he nwuiig ot^eii the^carriage door ami said in hia tieat man^^ner: 'Kmperor, thia ia Mr. Bum. He'll^tell ye auytliiii' ye want to know.'^in a moment Pat really did have the^ailiun monarch aboard, and in apite^tbe uuioue iutruduction the emperor ac^^knowledged it very pleaaautly, sayiug in^French: *^ien. Slienuau told me in Wash^^ington, Mr. Bain, tliat I muat be aure and^aee your St. Louis poatofllce, and I liave^accordingly driven down here for tliat^purpose.' I emplaiued to him that lie^should I lure been driveu to the new poat^^ofllce, not the old one, anil then invited^bim to viait the merchant*' exchange, juat^on tbe next corner. He accepted the invi^^tation, and tbe entire party, tilling three^carriages, alighted and accompanied him.^I escorted tbeiu ou tbe floor, explained^tbe differ* nt features of tbe trading, and^with the exception of Secretary George^Morgan I don t think a soul ou 'change^knew tliat tbe Hue-looking old gentleman^by my aide and the lady who held my arm^as we went in were the emperor aud cm-^preaa of Hruzil. They were both very^plain and pleasant iu manner, and^seemed delighted with the informality of^their reception. I afterward accompanied^tbe |tarty to tbe LindeU hotel, directed^them us to the beat poiuts of interest to^visit, and then made my adieus. The em^^peror waa kind enough to give me a moat^cordial invitation to viait him if I ever^came to Brasil. The party left St. Louis^that night.
KirJames (olo,titiouii was one day pas^^sing hy a aecond-tiand shop, aaya the^Youth'n t'lttitpaninn, when he saw expoacd^for sale a handsome Jar like one hia wife^bail long since conaigtied to the attic aa^old rubbiah. It waa at the time when jars^and vaaes must be in pairs.
I'llbuy it,^ Sir James thought, ^and^we'll touch up that old Jar in the garret,^and we'll have a handsome pair.^ He^waa fond of audi bargains.
Hewent in ami a*kcd the price. The^dealer demanded t^ guineas for it, but^after Home bargaining accepted 6 guineas.^Sir Jumea, pleased with Ilia purchase,^hurried home to hia wife, the prise in hia^bands, and exclaimed:
LadyC'oh|uhouii, only nee what I have^found' It's the very mate to the old Jar^in tile garret. Wasn't I lucky to get it^^and ho cheap, too! Only five guineas,^when we paid ten guineas for each of^those jars when new. There!^ and he^put it down on the tahle heside her. ^What^do you think V
LadyColquhoiin looked ami laughed.^^Sir James,^ she aaid, ^I aold that old Jar^in tlie garret thia very day for two guineas^to old Can*, and I believe you've bought it^bock again.
Yea, I'm afraid I hove,^ said Sir !^James, solierly: ^I liought it at C'arr's.^And it's the same old Jar.
TheJar was carried hack to its quarters^in tbe garret. It was the last piece of old^bric-a-brac that Sir James bought.
Alladmirers of the trotting horse will^read with pleasure that the Driving club^of New York has secured a new lease of^Fleetwood park for two years. There is^now plenty of time to look out for f resh^fields ami pastures new should it lie itn-^posHihlc to renew the lease when it ex^^pires.
Mrs.Warren has neatly and tastily re^^fitted the Oakland House on East Second^atreet, foniieruly known aa the Saratoga^Hotel. Desirable rooms can be had on^reasonable terms.
MARCUSDALY, Vic* Pres't.^W. M
businessApril l^, lass.
Dotstir sad foreign Kxrhaags^king business,^uded
Collections promptly attend.
chsuiredrawu on Loudon, Kdinburx,^t.lasKOW, Dublin, Belfast, l*^rls,^Hamburg, Berlin and all tbe^hading cities of Kuropr.
AmertrauKxrhange National Hank^ml Bank
Wells,Kargo * Co,Han Francisco
Huge.Mrowulee at Co,
.Menlimits' National Bank.^Clark A 1 .arable
EstimatesFurnished on all Classes of Work.
Someof the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda^Have Been Built by this Firm.
OrI ^ left for Jobbing at I. P.
Kirby'sHardware Store will receive^solicited.
JELL,HILL 8l THERREIN.
FirstStreet, J^ear flairx,
DRUGS,FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Given to Pre^^scriptions.
I. F=. KIRBY,
Capital(J^aid in ) -^Surplus, -
I-^1. PHEI.PHVn-e-Pres. and Act. Cashier
H.K. ATKINSONAssistant MM
A.m, Clarke,Herman I ians
II.Y. lialen,IVter l-arson,
C.W.Cannon,R. C. Wallace,
H.C.Ashhy.H. A. Cory.
PionetrNational Bank of .Montana.
DesignatedDepository of U. S
PaidOp Capital, ^^Surplus and Profits,
T.II. K I.F.I N SCHMIDT
..SecondAssistant ^ 'ashler
BOAKI OF^S. T. Ilanser,^A. M. Holler,^liranville Stuart,^T. 11, Klelnsclimldt,
IHKKCTOKS:John C. Curtin,
C.P. IHkicIiis,^Henry M. Parrlien,^rwwsv,
ileuerallutnkiiiK husiness transacted,^paid on time do|m^^its.
(W.A. i I.AKK. .1. K. h ARK, S. K. 1-AltAltl Kl.
IK a ileneriil Hanking Business aud liraw Kx^change on all the Principal Cities of the World^Buy Hold Dust, liold liars. Silver Bullion and^County Warrants. Collections promptly attend^ed to. Corres|Mindents: First National Bank,^New York; Bank of British North America,^Montreal: Continental National Bank, Chicago.^Omaha National Bank, Omaha; Met ormick ^i^Co., Salt Ijtke; First National Bank, San Fran^^cisco.
Announcesthe arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heatirvgarvd Gook Stores
FORWOOD AND COAL.
Comeand see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this^market. Don't forget to come.
T3 7*\I N I NC
FirstStreet, Near Main,
Breweryat West Eiul Pourtli Strict.
ASKFOR HNHCONDH E31
HR6HLESTHTE FOR SHLG
NICHOLS,HELEHAN ^ CO.,
62East Broadway, Butte, Montana.
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ITIS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED^NEWSPAPER IN MONTANA.
Anew 4 room house and lot near N. I*, depot
Twochoice cottage homes In South Butte, Shim^and *l,J0n.
Atwo story house of is rooms, hard finished^and well furnished, with large hasement, aud lot^31 hy lun feet. In center of city, at a hai gain.
Twonice houses and lots six too feet, each ou^Ari/.ona street, at a baritalu.
Aharicain In a buihllnic lot *40n.
Auwrher shop In a good Us-atioa with one^year's lease at S.C |^-r inonlh. s.'ssi
Twonice homes on Coloratto street, $1.1100 and^^ I.aw.
AVrim^in briek, centrally located, S.'.T.to.^An h-room, two story brick, well mushed and^la rue lot, ^.^.,c ^^^.
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Willbeatthe Montana,Anaconda,Dec.l3 to 15,'89
THEARCADE SALOON Capital, Full Paid, $1,000,000
CornerFront and Main Streets.
Finestof Imported Wines^Liquors and Cigars
Tobe found in the city constantly on hand.
S An Elegant Free Lunch
ServedIxrth Hay and Nlirht.
GEORGEW. AVERILL^SURGEON DENTIST,
FinestParlors and lamest lienlal Onices In^Molilalia. Ikn'k all the latest and liest lines iu^nuslem dentistry. I'orce ain crowns on nsits,^Kold cults, icold hridicework, icold ami aluminum^plates done in the highest style of the art. All
TeethExtracted Absolutely Without^Pain when Desired.
Parlorstad Offices over Boyce's Store.
ontown and Improved farm pro|^erty at low^rales of Interest.
FRANCISL. IDE. Agent,
Anaconda,Mont.^Ofllce temporarily with 4. K. Boarman.
HutOne fhainte of Cars from
HELENA^ BUTTE TO CHICAGO
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS.
A.M., M. D..
PracticalPhysician and Surgeon
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Inaddition to the regu/ar Associated^Press dispatches it has a special wire ex^^pressly to coz'er the
everyquarter of the State.
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Beef,Mutton and Pork,
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RealPlstate Brokers, Afissonla, A/ont.
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ftWill correct tha I^sma^lnc tnfliicre-e of I,-e on ths stomach. The Best^Beveraasln Kssst^ses. Wurnnml r-irn-iiv l''in-an^1 fn'iTnunli'J. Ani I ^ici_: t U^tor ISsrrWs. C holera llwkas l^^wlr-^. c::^t all Wasnstiia ^f ia^ Stow.^Issesrtas as* asttls* by MIHALOVITCH. FLETCHER A CO.. CINCINNATI. O. 'sreslaSB-^JOHN V. PETRITZ, Agent, Anaconda, Mont.
Wholesaleand retail dealer in
Stapleand Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Goodgoods and low price*.
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