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THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1889.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
byt-nriier or mail at ten dollar*^|Mr. three ilolUit a quarter or iiue^dollar a moiilli
latheonly dally ii^-w^ja|^-r with telegraph .^atrlta-s in Ifcxrr l^nltce riMinly. It prints^^^tMaWMi news than any NM^Dew*|Ni|x i iu Montana.
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THESTANDARD.^(Vrnn of Main and Ttitrd streets.
Attlie lieutl ^^f the ways anil iiu-ans^^ommitttf. ill the house of representa-^tivea, Mr. MoKinley is is a iMisit ion to^irive the ctumtry iM-tter si-rviee than if^he had lieeu elei'ttnl six-aker. He is a^^trimmer man forthe MM tlian Mr.lltttl^would have l^een. The omission of Mr.^Kelly from the eommittee is explaiueil^iu this moriiiutr's dispatches.
CityMarshal Mi-Arthur of Hutte ^le^serves the eiMloraeineut of every citizen^of that city in his lijrht against tin-^htirtly houses. The march of progress^must sooner or later stamp out these^^vils. Mini the female lieer hall employe^will be forced to join in the procession.^Iltirdy (jurilies are relics of frontier life,^and it is high time they step|^e^l aside^and allowed the prix-cssioti of civiliza^^tion to move on.
(eori;e Could inveigled his father^into a scheme to hull Missouri I'acilic^last week, hut the old gentleman's^plans miscarried. Kvery wire was laid,^but somehow the market didn't boost^worth a cent. Ami after QtSip and^his dad got through hoostiug and^st4^p|tetl to catch their hreathsaud see^where the trouble was. they discovered^that young Kddie OmM had h*m sell^^ing short his father's railroad stocks.^It is said that Kdwin is richer bf#IW^MW^by the tussle with his elder brother and^father.
Notmany days ago half the republi^^can press of the country was turned up^side down and a big majority of^the managers in repuhlican politics^were thrown into confusion by the ap^^pointment nf l,i'crli to the office of di^^rector of the mint. That otlicial comes^to the front now with cordial endorse^^ment of Secretary Windnm's ^^plan.^^iu comment that is absolutely beyond^the grasp of the average reader and^that is as meaningless as the whirling^of a detached windmill. That's wlctt^Leech was hired for.
Hutteis having a wrangle over rival^fire-alarm systems. Some of its alder^^men are going to Salt Lake city on an^expedition that is absolutely useless, if^ex|terience is good for anything and if^tests count. It strikes us that the^choice between rival systems of alarm^service for Hutte might Ik* made in^fifteen minutes if the quest ion were^treated on its merits and if the city is^satisfied to take what the liest towns in^this country have approved, irrespective^of polite and suggest ive at tent ions paid^by interested agents to iiiciiiIhts of the^city council.
Itis altogether probable that ten days^will elapse before the Anaconda mine^at Hutte will be n|^cned again. The^utmost was done by Superintendent^Carroll, last Sat unlay, to reach the^bodies of the unfortunate victims of the
thedisputed vote at the tunnel pre^^cinct. The controlling motive with the^republicans was to agree to any ar^^rangement that would insure for their^party the election of two I'nited States^senators. Kvidently the rascality which^had its birth two days after the Octo^Iter election has not yet lost its grip,^and its influence in party iMtlitics is^still the commanding feat up among^republicans at Helena.
Wehiay ex]^ect. therefore, that noth^^ing will come of any suggestions that^contemplate a review of the vote cast^at the llomestake precinct.
Inthis view of the case, there is no^telling how long the legislative blink^ade may lie kept up. Meanwhile, all^the purposes of the people are over^^turned and all the demands of the pub^^lic service are disregarded.
Thereis a |ioiiit, however, beyond^which delay will no longer lie tolerated,^and then the |ieople of Montana will^call to account the handful of republi^^can aspirants who started in to steal the^vote of this state, and who. thus far.^have failed at every point. This state^is going to furnish a new proof that^justice may sleep hut never ilies.
Itis no wonder that people in Ana^^conda should worry about t he condition^of affairs at the mines of the Anaconda^company iu Hutte. It was hoped, of^course, that last week's inspection^would tinil the Anaconda in condition^for a speedy resumption of work, and^all reports received in this city, up to^midnight of Saturday, were of an en^^couraging nature, hut it was generally^known, a few hours later that the tire^had not yet died out and that the bulk^^heads had Is-en restored.
Thesmelters at the llp|ier works and^at Carroll are running with full forces,^sixty-live carloads of ore for treatment^at the lower works are coming into^town daily, and the supply of concen^^trates is very large. However, the^enormous daily consumption at the^works rapidly exhausts supplies, and it^will not lie many days or weeks before^this city will need ore from the Hutte^projierties now closed down. If the^reasonable ex|n*ctations of Su|^criiiteii-^dent Carroll are realized, there will Ik- no^break in this city, and any prediction^regarding a shutdown has no other^foundation than is found in the general^theory of those who, knowing none of^the details, are sure that the mine^will Ik* closed for months.
Itis certain that no conclusion to^close the Anaconda works has been^reached, and the present situation war^^rants a hopeful feeling which all of us^should maintain, as long as we have^reasonable ground for it.
CHINESEHUNTINGTON^Collis l\ Huntington, railway mag^^nate, and part owner of I'rince llatz-^feldt, has secured the endorsement of^the New York Chamber of Commerce^iu Ma efforts looking to the repeal of^the Chinese restriction laws. The man^w ho can afford to pay MJMMsJHB for a^pau|tcr prince, is greatly interested iu^the importation of pauper labor, and^he isn't at all backward in making his^interest known. (If course Mr. Hunt^^ington argues that it is for the good of^the country and all that, and while the^gold barons of the chamlier of com^^merce may Ik- hardly able to pay a fair^price for a fair day's work, it is doubt^^ful if the American public will approve^of any plan which contemplates the free^admission of this class of immigrants.
TheChinese question is too thor^^oughly understood in the west to call^for argument here. To use a much^quoted phrase, it is a condition, not a^theory, that confronts us. l uder our^lax laws this country is Is-ing tilled up
fire,and in fact t he exploring party ^rith a class of immigrants who are MM
wereat one time within a hundred and^fifty feet of the spot whence it was^lio]^ed to remove them to the surface. I^The presence of gas made another ad^vance step impossible.
Thebulkheads in the St. Lawrence j^and the Anaconda were out until late '^Saturday night. They were put bark^in place again, it lieingthe judgment of ,^Mr. Carroll that longer time should be^given for the complete extinguishment^of the tire. The inspection, however. !^furnished no cause for akirm as to the .^extent of the llames. and the mine had j^been o|ien for nearly ten hours U-forc i^any quantity of smoke was encountered.^The chief annoyance experienced on I^Saturday was due to the immense quan^^tity of gas which lay like a dense cloud^on levels near which the tire was origi- I^nally discovered.
Itis confidently ex|^ected that the ]^delay caused by the tire will not lie^greatly prolonged. Iu any case, cur- I^rent stories regarding its alarming ex^tent have no foundation and are not I^supported by the testimony of any otli-^cer connected with the mine. Nii|H-riu-^tendent Carroll expressed deep regret,^yesterday, that the removal of bodies^from the mine could not have Ihm-ii ac^^complished when Saturday's explora^^tion was made. A tire iu a vast mine^is, of course, always attended by seri^^ous possibilities, and the coiitlagration^iu the Anaconda is bad at the best. At^the same time, the present situation is^such as to furnish ample reason for a^hopeful feeling regarding the situa^lion.
WAlTiNGFOR THtM^We may not look for any otters of^compromise from democrats, in settle^^ment of the pending trouble at Helena.^Two attempts were made, last week, to^end the quarrel. I loth of them came^from democrat i c mem tiers of the senate^and house; both were Hat failures.
Theplan of the democrats was to^bring the warring elements at Helena^to a full and searching investigation of
entitled to become citizens of tilt'
Itilted States, and a man who is not^lilted to enjoy the rights of franchise^ought not to Ik- |k'I untied to enter our^borders.
Thereare plenty of workmgiiieii in^the lulled statcslosupply t lie demand,^and there is no urgent need tor cheaper^labor. I'erhaps. it some of our million^aires would content themselves with^fewer luxuries in the way of ex|^ciisivc^son in-laws, they might not feel the^terrible strain on tiieir pocket books^caused by the demand of the American^workingiuaii for fair remuneration for^his sery ices. The country doesn't need^pauper labor any more than it needs^pauper princes.
HEIS FOR IT^If President Harrison wants to make^an issue of the proposition for a nation^^al election law the Heiuocrats will be^i glad to try it on.
Theaim of tne measure is to give the^general government control of tlie elec^^tion of memliers of congress, the ex|^ec-^tatiou being that if the republicans,^now in power, can get control of elec^^tions in the South, they will change the^politics of members from that section.^The country remeiidH*rs what maimer^of men were brought into political im^^portance, not so many years ago. wnen^the republicans yyere running elections^iu the southern states.
Thesuggestion advanced by the^President found its way into the repub^^lican platform adopted in New York^state in Septeml^cr. The Stanhakii.^referring to it at the time, remarked^that a measure akin to it had once^lieen passed in congress only to be pro^^nounced unconstitutional by the na^^tion's highest court. The party is at^it again, however, and a measure to put^the management of the election of rep^^resentatives under the control of con^^gress will doubtless Ik- pressed once^more. It cannot lie that congress will^pei nut it to become law.
ASeattle afreet c-^r conductor bus b*^e^n^robbed of $4UU. Business on Seattle**^street cur lines must lie picking up.
TileChinese minister to this country.^say-M the f liicutro 7'i'mes, ia aaul to lie fond^of walking. If ia just us well that he ia^for if that threatened revolution should^transpire in the eelestial kinirdoin the^minister niitrlit have to walk homo and^the distance ia long.
Tin-term ^H|^-uk euay,^ applied to u^drinl^PK-plaee without a license, lias he-^eonie |m^piilurise^l in I'hilad'-lphia. The^tjuaker City ia such a ipiiet town, any* the^New York Trilin^if% that the habitues nf^Hiich places have to h|M-u*V easy to eaeape^the notice of the police.
Kx-(iovernorWhite says in un inter^^view if he were the lieiitenulit-frovernor^lie would settle tin* whole- matter iu 24 j^hours by throwiiiir out Senator MoNa-^uiara and seatiuir Mr. Watson, the de^^feated candidate of Fergus eoiuity. White^ia black after all; and let no one dispute^the proposition that four and four make^nine.
Theannouncement that the rump re^^publicans ut Helena think of electing B.^I'lutt Carpenter a t inted States senator^has set the state of New York ill a broad^grill. If Cur|^ciitcr were known every,^whore as well as he is iu New York there^would bo such a gHli across the entire^country that the man ill the- moon would^think this continent hail split in twain.
Thewife of the |m^HtmuHter of Marseilles,^III., is suing him for divorce, alleging^among other things that lie dashed a nuil j^of cold water over her while she was in |^her night rola-s. It ia not always clear ^^what actuates a man to throw cold water |^on his wife, but in this ease perhaps she i^had expressed the hope that he had sent !^the letter she gave him to mail last sum- |^mer.
Aneffort is being made in tiro-lit llrituiu I^to Masai the ancient law according to |^which jurymen an- denied refreshment i^when they are considering their verdicts, j^Tin- London lAtiifff, which is the priuci- '^pal organ of the Kuglish medical profes- I^sion, calls for some relaxation of what it !^designates as ^the allti^|llc rigidity of the^law^ on the subject. It urges that moat^Itcrsous when hungry Imi-oiih- angry, and^the irritated mind ia seldom just.
bitsof ribbon as is done in England and^France^ General Horey, like other claim^ugenta, thinks more of the money than^any mark of honor.
Youdon't have to bother scouring re^^served seats in some of the Mexican thea^^tre-; for there are no seats at all. You^just scud your servant ahead with one of^your chairs, ami he docs all tin* hustling^necessary to secure a good position. If^you don't have u servant or a chair avail^^able, you can hire a chair at the door for^^^ cents from an old woman who, as you^pay her, will murmur, ^Give me a cigar^^ette, setior, for God's sake,^ iu liipiid^^ astilian. She doesn't mean to !^c irrev^^erent; shi' is only using a common idiom.
AilelinaI'atti, having been annoyed by^the a|^| rear.nice of a few silver threads^among her raven locks, concluded that to^dye them black would only be a confes^^sion of age, so she bus hail all her hair dyed^a rc^l^lir.ii nrowu. The admixture of the^brown may keep him away for a while, but^the wli!.e horse which is usually attend^^ant up. i such infirmities of I he hair must^Ik- ex|ss t^-d by Ailelina at any time, to^^gether with his rider, who, according to^ancient tradition, has a great deal to do^with dying.
AMaltimore Justice has decided that^the use of the won I ^damn ^ is not pro^^fanity, unless it is coupled with the name^of the deity. Its character ami res|roet-^uhility being thus established, and being^regular, transitive, short, expressive and^thi^ possessor of all other otiulitlcatiotiH^essential thereto, there seems to he no^good reason why this verb should not be^substituted for conjugation iu the gram^^mars for that old deceptive, illogical ami^indefinable verb, ^ love.*' Ks|ieciully^would the strong |m^inta of the verb^^damn ^ Is- brought to the front when the^class reached the conjugation of the im^^perative mood, ami the ease with which^the dullest would learn and the eagerness^with which all would recite to the teacher,^^damn you. or you be damned^ would^Im- surprising.
To-morrow will Im- celebrated the cen^^tennial of till' o|rciiiug of the American^congress. While no elalstrate programme^for the observance of the day lias^Is-en prepared, it ia understood that a^majority of congress will celebrate at a^formal ^o|m^ning^ of I Hole Levi's bar ill^the evening. The second o|tciiiug |mis- |^si-sses some advantages over the first, for^while the opening of congress is a ft xe^l i^historical event, the pro|ror celebration of |^which has necessary limitations as to j^time, the o|m-llillg of the vice-president's |^saloon has not even the restrictions of a^movable feast, but may be celebrated at^any time any eclohrator thinks he lias^occasion to celebrate. There will Is* a^third opening the opening of the eyes of^his constituents but that lie won't feel^like celebrating.
fromtli^- Itostoii Traveller.
Mormoiiismis Keladliou, ami should bo^treated as such.
IVrlta|ia Mtaiiley (an Kind Them.
Fromtin- * lii^ aire Times.
Stanleyhas arrived at the coast all safe^a id sound, hut some of the men who^started ill to rescue him are still lost.
ATradition K* plotted.
Fromtlie si. LsMal(Uses Heinta-rul.
hie of the mtMit interesting things in^connection with the president's message^is the fact that it was kept a profound se^^cret up to tin- last moment by a woman^the white house steiigrapher. Miss San^^ger.
Mai l ike l'liltiMlcl|ltlia.
Kleinlie- \cw York sun.
t^ur esteemed i-ontelii|^or^ry, the Phila^^delphia /to/uotr, publishes a symposium^on the ^piostiou, ^Is Heaven a Place 7^^The general BtMSWMMaM of opinion ISMM^to ho ih.it it is no such place as Philadel^^phia.
TlieyWant Honor ^^^ Colli.
Fri'intin- Albany Aruus.
GcucrulHovey, president of tlie Service^Pension association, wants a |M^iision for^^ ^very man who served ut least sixty days^in the I'uioii army, principally as a mark^of llo.ior like the Victoria cross and the^French portion of honor. Why on earth^not give the sixty days' men crosses or
Fromthe New York World
Whensuch an influential republican^newspaper as tlie Sioux City Juunutl de^^clares th^- prohibition experiment a failure
politicallyof course- and culls on the^republican party of Iowa to r^-cogiii*c that^fact and cease making u fool of itself, tlie^demoralizing effect of the recent repuhli^^can defeat in that stute Ix-comcs appar^^ent.
Fromthe flui-ago Tunes.
Ifthere lias heen any doubt that tlie^Montana democrats were thoroughbreds^it ia dissipated by tliei refusal to compro^^mise with tlie republicans, so that the leg^^islature may he convened ami a senator^chosen from each party. Tlie democrats^are in the right and they know it, and^they do not nleuii to lie down and let the^rwpublicuiis wulk over them. Coiiso-^^ pieiitly the Montana democrats have the^good wishes of every lover of fair play ill^the country, irrespective of party.
Theuse of firearms in war in Knglulid^was introduced us curly as the reign of^F.dwurd III. ^l:tZ7^.
Windmillswere not known in Kngland^at the compiest, but were introduced in^less than a century afterwurd*
Atrade with Norway ia known to have^been curried on by the Scotch in the be^^ginning of the thirteenth century.
Thecoast of Connecticut wua first ex^^plored by one of the eurly Hutch nuvign-^gators, Adrian Block, who, in 1^^14, wua^the first Kuro|^euii to sail through Hell^Gate.
dovesappear to have Im-oii v^-ry rare^among the Anglo-Suxolis. Among the^represeiitu tioua off male figures they are^never met with, but from a law of Kthel-^red the Ciiready it may Is- inferred thutut^the close of the tenth or the Is ginning of^th^- eleventh century they were great rari^^ties, five pairs forming u considerable^part of the duty paid by a society of^German merchants for the protection of^their trade.
TheHoaton |^ort hill, a law passed by^r.liglund to close the |s^rt of Boston, went^into effect Jutii- 1, 1774. The duy wus ob^^served ill Hartford, Conn., us u duy of^public mourning. The town house wus^hung with black, a copy of the bill wua^|H^sted on it, mill the liells were tolled ull^day. I'.ven so far oir as Virginia the house^of irergesscs attended a solemn religious^service on the occasion, and heart I a patri^^otic sermon from the chaplain.
Tli^ two colonies formed by colonists^who came out under Governor John Win-^throp, the Plymouth and Massachusetts^buy, were for many years inde|ieiideut off^one another; but the Plymouth colony,^though the older of the two. grew far^more slowly than the other, and was at^last united with it in hl'rj under the name^of Massachusetts, the name l^eiiig taken^from one of the trils-s of Indians inhabit^^ing the soil. The meaning of the word is^said to Im* ^Blue Hills.
Howtile Kwnrsl Succeeded In Vletlmlslug^tlie l*wtroii^ c^r a III Cent Circus.^^AtxHit a year ago,^ said a veteran of^the ring to a New York Nioi man, ^I wus^with u circus traveling through the west.^A more arrant set of thieves I have never^seen than those with this show. Thcy^were all swindlers, and they seemed to he^glad of it.
Tola-gin, one fellow paid Jill a month^for tin- privilege off selling tickets. For the^privilege, mind you, and us he hud to pay-^bis own ex|m-lisea lie bad to steal IM) from^the public Im-fore he commenced to make^any money. He hud to make u good many^'mistakes' in order to come out even, but^he always managed to^^Ji^i nrKUl
aheadat the end of eu . mouth. The^amount depended on tin- amount of huai-^liese ilout by the allow, for it is hard to^make very many profitable mistakes ex^^cept in a rush.
Theshow was u small affair, and staid^from two days to u week ill a place, and^charged IU cents for admission. You see^it is u great deal harder to make change^for ln-eciit tickets than for tickets selling^for l!.r^ ami 50 cents. In the latter ease the^ticket-seller never hits to hand truck more^than two coins when changing $1 or less,^while ill the former he bus to hand from^two to four ooiiis l^aek, and not so many^|m-oph- offer the exuet change. This par-^t cular ticket-seller was what the pro^^prietoroftliecircus called^chain lightning. He was a smart^fellow, anil was aware of it. He^would sit iu the ticket wagon and when^there was a rush he would make errors^with a precision and to such piir|rnsc that^no one who handed in over 5U cents would^get the proper amount of change. Most^of the people who were swindled did not^notice the difference. Some off them who^did notice it would not create a row for a^small amount in such a crowd. Hut some^of them would kick, and ill that fuse thcy^wollld receive tin* pro|ST change, uccom-^panied by such a plcusuut and hearty^smile and apology that they could not^feel aggrieved ut the attempt to cheat^them.
Wheneveru guy kicks up a rumpus,'^he would say. *1 alius gives him the right^change, and prcteUfa it wus all a mistake,^and there never was a atraighter man than^^ue. Thet ia ther Is-st wuy ter treat ther^bloke, fcr if yer triea ter argue and bluff^liim he will raise audi u song and dunce^that every blumexl guy in ther lot will tum^^ble ter yer game, und will watch ter see if^yer tries ter hold out anything. See V
Butthe easiest victims were young fel^^lows who huil girls along. As the ticket^seller put it: 'They are just pie.' You^take u young fellow with u girl on each^arm and gloves on his hands and lie is a^lamb that a circus man regards as a^boutiden duty to fleece, anil he |^crforms^that duty cheerfully. The poor fellow ia^anxious to appear III the Is-st light la-fore^the girls, and when he gets his tickets he^presents a $111 or #JU bill.
Thirtycents from a twenty,^ says tin-^seller. ^There is your tickets ami here is^your chmigo,^ and $Hl.7U is carefully^counted from one of the showman's hands^to the other ami hac k again. ^1 lielieve^that is ull rigid,^ he says, us he counts it^the second time. It is all right and he^iHiurs the change into the outrdretched^(^and of tl swain, who is anxious to treat^monetary matters as of little importance,^and he drops d*c silver into his pocket.^He gia^* on his wuy rejoicing, and feeling^that no circus man can la-at him. Hut^the tickht-scllcr ia sutialted, us he is ^!^ahead. having deftly 'paluied' that^amount when In- pretended to pour what^was the correct change into the hand of^the man with the girls.
Anotherhold acheuie is for a man to^mount a box und liegiti sidling concert^tickets ut the close of tlie pcrformuiicc.^He sells tickets all right till some one
handshim a 100 bill to change. There ia
alwaysa crowd aa the people are heinq^hurried out so the concert ran
theyoung fellow jumps off the stool and^disappears in the crowd. In a moment^be lias Jerked off a false mustache and^wulks into a dressing room, where^be changes his clothes. Of course^the man who has been swindled^creates u disturbance, but that is all tlie^good it tloi-u biro. The circus men are ull^too busy to listen to him, and if he la^^comes too noisy some burly cuiivusuian^will whip him. Of course this game can^lie worked only when there has la-en u^I urge attendance. At such a time, if no^one presents a hill to tlie fakir he will in^^duce some one to do so by offering u tick^^et for nothing iff a large bill is offen d,^saying that the a bow does not want so^much silver as it is too inconvenient.
Withthe show I was with there was^one shrewd financier who sold tickets for^tlie reserved seats. He had a lienevoleut^look that would seem to indicate him as a^nice victim for a confidence man, but^there wi n- no insects perceivable ill Ilia^immediate neighborlioiMl. When we^reuelied a new town lie weut to all the^euntly, cigar und toy stores, the news^^stands, and tlie poatofficc und secured all^the nickel three-rent pieces that he could.^These lie would puaa for dimes very read^^ily, es|mh-iully at night and on the old |s-o-^ple und children. Oh, yea, these fellows^would swindle a 5-year old or a centenar^^ian with e^|uul delight. They did not^seem to have u particle of honor when u^penny wus in consideration.
'Fifteenthousand dollars wua too^much money to let go by. It wua more^than he could earn in several years of^wor-k at the salary he wus getting, while^if I got it I would then have enough to^start some gotal business, settle down unci^live like a reapoctuble gentleman. At^lust news reached my ears that the chief^of |rolice had resigned his position, ami^wus alaMit to leave the city. From that^time I seldom let him get out of my sight,^and when he started away I wus with him^and even in the same car, although he^did not know it.
Well,to make a long story short, he^went to New York und put up ut one of^the Ircst hotels. I had the next room to^him. He got the lottery ticket cashed^from there, unci then, after u few days of^sight-seeing, fie started back for the little^Colorado city. During ull this time I hud^no chalice to fret ut the money, although I^knew he hud it with him ull the time. Ar^^rived home, however, he wus hot so vigi^^lant, and I found out that he stowed it^away iu a small aufe in Ilia house.
Thefirst time he wus home wus the^only time that I could get the coin, for I^felt pretty certain that he would bank all^or n part of it the next day. So after the^lights were put out audi-very-thing Uraiiie^oiiiet in his bouse I entered through one of^the windows, and going to the sure I had^but little trouble in opening it. There^wus the money in crisp, new bank notes,^in $l,OUU hills. 1 hurriedly put it iu my^pocket, and leaving tin- house caught the^night express for the east,and was miles^away before the ex-chief of |^olico discov^^ered his loss, und 1*11 1s t the little Colora^^do city did not contain a madder mull^than he van when he discovered it.
He stopped there,^ suid the narrator,^^and I thought he had I'm shed, but after^u moment be went on: ' I brought ull the^money F. ist, intending to divide it evenly^with the willow of my old pal. but when I^arrived here I found that she ulso hud^died, and ho the whole of the big lottery
Iirizefell to me. and I think I worked^uird for it, don't you
There,that is tin- story' just as I heard^it from the lips of the man himself. He^is a respected citizen ill one of the large^cities in New York stute, and not one^man in A.UUU who knows him knows how-^he got his start on the right road.
Anaconda,Montana.^OPENED JULY 1. 1889.
Oneof the handsomest and most elegantly ap^^pointed hotels In the United Htatea. Thoroughly^fireproof, anil provided with elevators, elentrie^liella. Are alarms, running water, baths, steam^heat, o|ien lire places and all modern conven-^lenelea. Rooms en unite and single. Cuisine and^service strictly first-clans. Kates from
$3.50per Day Upwards.
accordingto size and character of rooms^occupied.
OneBlock West of Estes ft ConneH's.
Onshort notice. Carriaires anil Sleighs Ironed^In the Hest Style at Lowest Possible Prices.
|Horseshoeing a Specialt^^j
ByFRANK HAM ILL.
Whothoroughly understands all the diseases^|s-cullar to the feet.^Trotting, Kuiuiitm anil Tralnintc Plates mane^In tin- most approved style. (Sive us a call and^learn our prices.
. e!. rl. JACOBS,
liasestablished a branch office In Anaconda of^the
Wherealso may Is- had tin- Mexican and l-ouisi^ana State l^ittery Tickets.
Office:Room 1, Pacific Lodging House, Maln-st.
MontanaState Lottery liraws to Public st^Hum-, Saturday l^^s-. Jlst. Secure tickets at^once.A. S. .1 At'i His. Manager.
YouCan Make 50 Per Cent.
MONDAY,NOV. 18TH, 1889,
WEWILL COMMENCE OFFER^^ING Our Entire Stock of
ClothingRegardless of Profit to Us.
Forwant of room to display our Im^^mense Fine of
Wehave decided to CLOSE OUT OUR EN^^TIRE STOCK of
Calland see if we cannot make it of interest^to you to invest with us.
OneDoor So. of P. O.