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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18, si
tl,MA. M. Knm Butte and Harrison-^LMTMButlrat lO M A. M . Silver How II OK^A M.. Stuart 11:3a. A. M. fonnwti at Stuart^with train which I. avesdarrlnou at 10:20 A. M.,^l)orr lyodjrc 10:44 A. M
a,40 P.M. From Hutte I-rave* Itutte .V40^P. M , Silver How SJWi I*. M . smart ^(^* I*. M.
,*OP.M. From Hutte -leaves Butte at ft^JO^P. M., Silver Bow 6 ^ I*. M.. Stuart so/, p. M.
7:^^ P. M.-Krom (iarriaon - leaves Harrison^^ 40 P. M.. Deer UMltn ^:^ !*^ M., Stuart 7 JU^P. M.
7:OA. M.^For But re ami (iarriaon Arrives
atStuart T W A. M . Silver Bow 8::m A. M..
Buttex v. A. M. Tri* train connect* at Stuart
withtrain for (iarriaon. which arrive* at l^cer
Ixti;e ^:.^, (iarriaon 10 A. M.^^:o^l*. M.-For Harrison- Arrive* at Stuart
S:la,lleer l-iMlite 4 Harrison 4 .'si^4t^M^P. M. -Fi^' Butte- Arrives at Stuart 4 I...
Silver B.^W4::tT, Butte 4 : W^T^15 P. M.-For Butte Arrive* at Stuart T:!.'^,
SilverBow ^ of.. Unite * J^.
Arrivaland Departure of Maila.
maii dki'akt nAii.v roa^^^. I/ndire, Helena and point* North
anilWest of Helena '
Butte. Helena, l^eer liodije. Stuart
Huttc Helena, all |^^lnt* m^iitli, all^Eastern State*
rarroll--^ - -
Cableand' Pyrenees, HOT. A. M. Monday. Wed^nesday and Friday.
maii*arkivk daii.v rHOM
Helenaand I ^i-er I/odtfe 11.fill
Allpoint* North ami Fast of t;arris4.n ..'-^^AU point* North and Wot of (iarriaon 7..v.^AH imint* South, all Eastern Stall s
andButteIIM A. M
Cableami Krcncc*. 4.^^^ P. m. Tuesdays, Thura-^day, Saturday.
Allmall* clo*e 4.1 minute* licfore departure.
HEWASTED HIS BREATH
SenatorFisher Objects to the Reading of^the Governor's Message.
mf HI* Owa Party H*f*M to Pay^Attention to Mia Motion No^Caaaaw In the situation^at Helena.
Thedaily rornnl of the thermometer In^thia city in reported l^y A. T. Playter.^^artifnrist. Main and First ntreet. The i*ee-^erd foryeaterday waa: 7 a. in.. '^1 douree*;^13 in., (K^ degree*; 4 p. ni., 37 deBrvea; 8^p. m., 'J7 ilenreea.
8ub*criptwtuto the Stantlard will be rr-^oaitwd af the basin's* office, or at the ntore of^Crochet dt Ki^f/, Mmn ntreet. Adrertininy^rate* ran be learned at the famine** office,^Vandard Building, corner of Main and^Third ttreets.
Inthe police court yesterday, Herman^Sliino nml I'lrii li Qelig were each lined^%A anil i'iihIh for distnrluiiK the |m-uec.
Janus Fi aster waa convicted of assault^in the police court yesterday, and J mini*^Fittgirnlil imw^ il upon him it Hue of *V^^and cimtH, in in-fault of which he was com-^^liitted.
May.the daughter of James Clark, died^early laat eveiiiiiK. aifed ^^^ yi'ur*, !^ mouths^and 2* days. The funeral w ill In.- held^from ttie house, on Hickory street, to-mor^^row afternoon at - o'clock.
The*tlrst annual lull of John A. Logan^Camp, No. ft. Sons of Veterans, will lie^held to-morrow evening at Kvans' (l|n*ra^House. The young men have spuriil no^pains to make the alt'air one of unusual^orillinucc ami pleasure. The Hour lllaua-^^*cr will Is- (^. L. Spier, assiated I^^^ C.^Knoepfcl, ( ^. S. UoiiKlierty. K. J. t.nlder,^A. W. Oliver and W. F. Whitley. The^committee on reception is composed of^H. \V. Stephens, F. Hcrtscli, T. \v. Hayes,^W. W. I'ricstloy ami ^i. S. K. Wism-r.^The eommitt-K) on arraiiKi'tueiits are F.^Ilertach, A.W.Oliver, A. tJolder. K.J.^tioldcr, W. W. I'riestley, ticorirc liertseh^and H. H. Taylor.
Thellrm of Mutter a Morris has^diaolved, ami t'rofessor Mutter having^left tin* city, I'rofessor Morris will con^^tinue to conduct the dancing seho.d in^this city. He will give instructions to a^mixed class every Wednesday evening^and every Saturday evening a social will^In- held. A grand masquerade I^.111 will^he given at Kvana o|mtu house on Christ^^inas night. Suits may lie ohtained at tin^Muttie hliM-k. J. 1*. Morris.
I'liilGreill, of St. l.oiiis, lut* pun-liased^all interest in the Anaconda lirewery', and^hereafter the Anaconda llrewuig cnmpaiiy^will l^^- eompoaed of I'hil Urein ami Win.^F.iul. one of the gentlemen who has done^much in the old company to give the Ana^^conda beer a splendid reputation. The^new llrm, coiuposcil of enterprising and^eX|MTienced men, will give the public u^first class line of Isdlleil and keg BOOT^People iii tin- vicinity of Anaconda should^uae the Anaconda Imit.
Themost complete line of dress trim^niiligs in the city is at Kstes A Council's
Ifyou want the finest hat made ill the^world for lightness and durability, get the^Christy at Kates a Council, anil no other.
Newunderwear, ovfr-ahirta, neck wear,^ha La and caps, hoota ami sIkk-s, at Kstes^A Council's.
Loscc^ Maxwell arc- ( losing out their^clothing, and ottering name regardleaa of^root.
Cheatprotectors at Crcsi*' drug store.
NoticeP. ^^. M. ol A.
Businessof iui|k^rtancc tola- transactinl^at next meeting. A full attendance is ilc-^*ired.C. F. Walker, Si-crctary.
Artists'materials at Cress' drug store.
Or.Tom. s.iir)c^*oti.^Is stopping at Son lice's, on Sih'oiiiI^^tn i t. m ar Main, Anaconda.
Goto ^Jack^ ( Inarlieim for the llnest^lunch ami Holnmiaii Metf in the city.
Onehundred hoxea appli-s at Ni-al's.^Price *2.0O |^er Imx.
All-woolladies' cloth He. at Kstes A^Connell'a.
NewChristmas ties at Kstes A Councils.
Onreasonable terms a large kitchen^and dining room, furnished. Impure at^Oakland House, Kaat Second street.
AtEaten A Councils the cbea|ie^t all^wool hosiery every offered for sale in^Anaconda.
Nowin the time to buy your eigara and^r-igarettes. John V. Petritx carrion the^Hi oat complete line of New York, Key^West and California cigars in the went.
Specialto the Standard.
Hkuma,Dec. 17,^At the opening of the^senate thia morning Lieutenant-Governor^Rickarda announced to the senate that a^communication had been received from^the governor. It was ordered to Im^ read^by Clerk Gilliert. During the reading, the^mean iNirtiaaiiahip of Fisher cropped out^again. He intruded with a motion that^the readihit tie atop|tcd. but none of the^republican senators seconded it. At the^conclusion Fisher again arose and moved^that the mcnaago be returned to the gov^^ernor, but this insult received no support^from hia party followers and the motion^waa not placed Is-fore the senate. During^hia remarks Fisher's ignorance waa^shown when he said that there^was no precedent for reading a message^of thia character in an unorganized body.^There are several preco louts for such ac^^tion, notably in the Thirty-sixth congress,^when the president's message was re^^ceived Iwfore be bad Imh-ii waited on by a^joint committee and before a ^MeswV of^the house of representatives had lioeu^elected. Accompanying the message was^a letter from the governor informing the^senators that the im|Hirtatice of the mat^^ter wits the reason for sending the mes^^sage to the unorganized senate, ami that^there were precedents for such action.^The reading of the message was listened^to with interest and attention by the re^^publicans, many of whom afterward ex^^pressed their satisfaction w ith many por^^tions of the message.
Itis generally regarded as uu able dis--^ument, and it pleases all democrats in^every part. It was read to the house of^representatives at the nit me hour as in the^senate. After Messrs. Wallace, Tisde^^id Breeli were appointed as a select^committee of apportionment, the house^took a recess. In the itftcrinsiii session^the committee reported that t he appor^^tionment of the message to the various^committ(si-n was completed, and the^result waa read to tin* house.^It waa recommended that the^speaker appoint uuother committee^on public works and oltlcers. Some dis^^cussion over changes, ill the rules fid-^lowed ami it waa decided that a standing^committee on rules should be appointed.^Leave of absence for two days wits grant^^ed to Mr. Wallace, anil the house ad^^journed until to-morrow morning.
Therump house did very little to-day^ami nothing of aigniticaiica. Senator^Hrowu is 1111iI^- ill and did not attend the^session of thi' senate this morning.
Thereis no talk this evening of any^proopective change in ths situation.
MMMMat (ireat Falls.
S|m*clalto the Standard.
GkkatFalls, Di-c. 17.- The town exhi^^bition was formally opened this evening.^There is it line display of minerals, pic^^tures, IsHiks and Indian curiosities. Tin*^collection includes sonic copy from^tilt* pen of Horace Greeley, and some Hue^siH-cimciis of Montana grasses from Prof,^rrod Anderson's collection. Tin* pro^^ceeds of the exhibition will be given to^tin* Ituptist church.
Thecity council granted this evening^an electric light franchise to Charles O.^Parsons, of the liostoii A Montana coin-^pany.
GeneralSuperintendent Heckler was at^Sand Coulee to-day making arrange^^ments fur providing the coal mines with^additional facilities. He says the Mi lt^Mountain railroad receives freight at^present ami will sihui Is* o|M*ued for^t rattle.
Weare organizing two watch and dia^^mond clubs, of 11 f ty members each. One^rtspiires the payment of one dollar per^week and the other of two dollars per^week. This manlier of buying watches,^diamonds ami other tine jewclery hits^become very popular. The small amount^reipiired each week places a Incmhernhip^within the reach of everyone, and the^money you pay ill would perhaps Is-blown^ill in some other way ami you would have^nothing to show for it, hut by joining our^clubs and without feeling it a burden you^sihui have an elegant piece of jewclery.^We wish those thinking of joining clubs^would cull at our store mid set* the (|iiality^of goods wo propose furnishing meiiilM-rs^of our clubs. We have the newest and^brightest stock ittlil the ls^st values for tin*^money..1. M K.itKi t.i. a t o.
Ir. Leavitt, of Huttc, is a guest at the^Montana.
M.J. Council, of the Kstes a- Council^Mercantile company, was in the city yes^^terday.
GeneralManager Hahlwiu and N. J.^(I'lti-ien, superintendent of transporta^^tion of the Montana Cllioll, were ill town^yesterday.
J.Thompson, of Huttc; W. P. Ander^^son, of St. Paul, ami S. Marchcssean, of^Huttc. lire among yesterday's arrivals.
tlndKnough of (be Tune.
Fromthe BriMiklyn Fugle.
Comeover t.^ our church and hear me^preach this morning,^ said tin* pastor; ^if^you don't like the sermon you will the^music; we arc going to have some of the^loveliest chants you ever listened to.^^^^No, thanks.^ replied Mr. Hailmaii, for it^was he, ^I took some in the grab-bag, the^llsh pond, the ring cake, and the prize^doll at your fair last week, and 1 haven't^it cent left for the contribution basket.^Guess I'll stay out till my luck changes.
Intin* heart of the winter season,^Kstes a- Council Mercantile Co. have^made a gem nil cut of IO per cent on their^entire lino of clothing. See that you get^111 |s-r cent. ofT on all purchases of cloth^^ing.
nthe DnlliH Conrt -Other^off Into mot.^Special rorrespondeiHt* of the Standard.
Dkf.kLodcik, Dee. 17.^The caae of the^state against Jamea Tighe, charged with^Mealing a ateer In-longing to the MePhail^Brothers, of New Chicago, went to the^jury late Saturday evening. The Jury re*^niained out all of Saturday night and^came in Sunday forenoon and reported^that they were unable to agree, and were^thereupon discharged. From conversa^^tions with some of the jurymen it ia^learned that tin, Jury atood ten for convic^^tion and two for acdnital. The caae will^prolutbly not be reached again until Jau-^uary.
Yesterdaythe cane of t\te state against^Cornelius D. Sullivan waa culled for trial,^but on account of the nlMien.ce of wit^^nesses wan post-ioiied until January. Thia^case ban had a history. The charge j^ an^assault with intent to murder one John^Mays by striking him on the head with an^ax at Mullen Tunnel about two yearn ago.^An indictment was found and after the^ense was continued for a term or two was^finally hraught to trial, but on the trial a^variance was found ln*tweeu the evidence^and the indictment on the name of the^prosecuting witness Maya, which waa^a|m*lled ^Moys^ in the indictment, and^hence there waa a non-suit. Sullivan was^held under Inind and was re-indicted ut a^subsequent term, ami now the caae in con^^tinued again.
JudgeHiram Knowlea ami Mr. John P.^Forbis were in town yesterday.
SundayJohn H. Dully, attorney, raiiui^home from Virginia City in it very bad^condition physically. Two or three weeks^ago he had a personal difficulty with u^miner in Deer Linlge, ending in a tight.^Mr. Duffy waa bitten upon one of his^cheeks. At first little wits thought of the^injury, hut it has since developed into a^had ease of blood-poisoning. An opera^^tion hits ls-eii performed, but Mr. DuBy is^still a very sick man.
Tin*ease of tin- state against Faben^Selutleil for removing a corner post on^the High Tariff mining claim in the (^ro^Finn district was to-day tried in the dis^^trict court and resulted in the conviction^of the defendant before a jury; and as the^defendant hail been in jail for a consider^^able length of time on tin* charge, the^jury recommended the defendant to the^mercy of the court.
To-morrowthe cast* of the state against^Theodore Milroy forth** killing of Patrick^Doolcy will Is* called for trial.
ItlnntonWas Not l.yaeltod.^Bprrtal to the Standard.
SI'iikankFalls, Wash.. Doc, 12,^ The^re|m^rt that Hen Hlautoii, who murdered^Thomas Click at Colfax, yesterday, was^lynched last night, is unfounded, lllan-^tou was lodged ill jail. His trial in net for^next week. He lives at Oakesdale. Pre^^vious to the killing he had ls-eii heard to^say that he would kill Isdh Click and^lloble. On the day he went to Colfax be^made the remark: ^If the grand jury^tlnd it true hill against me I'll fix nil of^'em.^ Hlautoii hits tin- reputation of Is-^ing a very bad man. The feeling in bitter^against him and be will undoubtedly hang.
HOMEWATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr.Kopplcr Orcmil*iug Akmh-1^IIuii. of^(;real llenelit to Their MemlMira.^At the rci|Uest of a very large iiuiuls-r of^patrons, J. C. Keppler lias decided to or^^ganize home watch anil diamond dubs, in^order that the people of this city and vi^^cinity may have all opportunity to procure^goods upon that satisfactory plan. Solicit^^ing agents of outside clubs have been ill^this place lately,and when it is considered^that their commission is necessarily add^eil to the cost of the goods purchased, it^will be seen that tin* home club oilers a^ili*ciiled advantage over outside ones, its^the agents' commission is done away with,^and Mr. Keppler can thus dispose of goials^at prices In-low what the name article can^be purchased elsewhere. Another com^inemlable feature of tin* home club Is that^all kinds of goods can In* purchased by its^mcmls-rs, whereas outside clubs coutlin^their sides solely to watches and^diamonds. The terms are the usual ones^of $- weekly payments. Mr. Keppler is^now in readiness to take mimliers for a^$lt^l club, a Stm club and a 9411 club. For^further information apply at
J.C. KKPPLKK.^Leading Jeweler, Anaconda
TOLDIN A LINE.
Completeline of cartridge** at Anacon^^da Hardware Co's.
Gunsfor rent at Anaconda Hardware^Co'n.
Gunaand ammunition at the Anaconda^Hardware Co's.
Forstyle, gissl go. sis and a perfect fit,^go to Kstes A Council's for your clothing.
Loadedshells at Anaconda Hardware^Co'n.
KstesA Council are marking their new^atock of clothing and famishing gissls at^prices that will please all who want first^class goods.
Ifyou want it suit of clothes inadi* to^order call at Kstes A Council. They have^over -Xlt) samples to select from, anil guar^^antee a perfect tit.
WltnlHo You Kmm^about the Superb Pullman Hilling Cars^which have been recently placed in serv^^ice via the I'll ion Pacific. ^The Overland^I Koiite'.'^ Tln-y run on tin* fast Vestibule^I Kxpress In'tweeu I 'oimeil HI nil's and Deli^^ver mill on ^The Limited Fast Mail^ Iss-^tween Council Hliill's ami Portland.
Ifyou want to get a sumptions meal^while traveling, don't fail to take tin* train^on which these Diners run. Meals, which^cannot In* surpassed in any of the first-^class hotels in the country, arc served in^these cars itt 75c. each.
TALKOr THI TOWN.
Smokethe ^La Hista^ cigar, for i^Cress, the druggist.
KstesA Council's tVI.UO la-lies' cloak is^worth #;^.(^^.
Forfine wis^l or sd k u m lerweur for gents^go to Kates A Coimi-ll'a.
Allshades of plushes at Kstes A Cou^^ncils for :V^ cents.
GotoMisa H. V. White for the beat and^most complete line of millinery gissls^ever offered in Anaconda.
Christmastiea, ailk iiiufHcra. ailk hand^^kerchiefs, embroidered ailk sunpciidcra^and alippern at Kstes A Council.
I'Jtio*Pacific Kaii.w av. i
ItiTTK,Mont., Nov.-A.', tsso. )^.4|/e^if.^^ in Montttna: A rate of one and^om-llfth fare for the round trip to apply^locally within a distance of '300 miles ban^ln*en made for the Christmas and New^Year holidays. Tickets to Is* sold lleccm-^ber M, ^ and Kx, 1KK!^, and January 1. IS!*).^Final limit, January a, 1st*1 Advise the^public. Yours truly, J. A. l^-wis, general^agent.
A.T. Playter has just received a fresh^lot of genuine Henry Clay cigars.
Thelatest fall and winter ahit|s*s in the^celebrated Christy hats, at Kstes a- Cou^^ncil's.
JohnV. I'eirit*^Has just received MI.UUU cigars which will^In* placed on the market at reasonable^prices.
A.T. Playter has just received a large^st.s k of paints and window glass.
Crowleymakes specialties of turkey^dinner and coffee as mother made it.
Largeinvoice of the finest'furnishing*^for gen la, just received at Kates A Cou^^ncil's.
Twenty-liveper cent ia taken off from^all albums bought at Kstes A Council^Mercantile Co.
Inan oat la
atrialCorresnondenoe off the Standard.
Bt'ttk,Dee. 17.^The inquent in tbo^caae of the hrakeroan. George Jack son,^who waa killed on the Montana Union^railroad yesterday waa hegim thia morn^^ing. The jury viewed the remain* which^were then taken to Sherman's undertak^^ing room*. The engineer and fireman^were examined and the caae waa then ad^^journed until the to-morrow morning.
Thefuneral of Mr*. Edward P. Dolan^will take place at 2 o'clock to-morrow^afternoon.
Thecity council will meet to-morrow^evening.
C.M. Prentice of California baa entered^into partnership with J. S. Chevigny.
GeoffreyClifford La veil, non of Geoffrey^Lavell, died at 4 o'clock thia morning of^membranous croup.
Dr.Hough left for the Kaat laat even^^ing, to he gone several week*.
fiaaAmelia Dudley waa arrested by^I Itlleer Daum for being a vagrant. She^plead guilty and waa sentenced to 37 day*.
PauLAnchling, charged with robbing^the aafe of the Northwestern Hotel, waa^released to-day on S*tOU bond*.
Officer*Carroll mid McLaggan were^called to tin* Star livery stable thi* after^^noon where Samuel Morgan waa raining^a terrible row. He had a revolver ana^was threatening to ahoot somcbisly. He-^resisted arrest hut was taken along. To^^night lie waa arraigned on four^charges: disturbance of the |^eace,^resisting all officer, carrying con^^cealed wcain^na and drawing a deadly^weapon, with threatening to kill John Doe.^He pleaded guilty to the charge of dinturh-^unce and was lined five dollars and coats.^To the other charges he pleaded not guilty^ami the ease was net for Friday.
Thetrial of Public Administrator Mur^^phy charged by Mrs. Victor Hugo with^malicious mischief was continued to-night^before Judge Kdily. After the prosecution^had finished its evidence, the defense^ked for it non-suit on the ground that^allegations of the complaint hail not la-en^proved. Judge Kildy took time to prepare^bis decision on the matter.
Apetition of leading citizens is now be^^ing prepared, reipicstiug Mayor Kenyoli^to veto the action of the* council in adopt^^ing the Gayuor tire alarm system.
Tin*fuir for the hem*lit of St. Patrick's^parochial school continued to-night and^the success becomes more decided with^each evening. Voting waa begun on the^contest for the most popular young lady^of Butte lietwecn Miss Mamie Boweu a*id^Misa Kate Peter*. The prize in an ele^^gant gold watch, donated by Height A^Fairfield. Voting will close Friday. Vo^^cal and instrumental music were fur^^nished during the evening.
ForSir. a mouth you can buy a lot in^Columbia City, Butte's choice resident^l^m*ality,that will double in value in twelve^mouths. Call on or address tin* K. T. C. B.^company. 41 Kaat Broadway, Butte, Mont.
THREE MEN ROBBED.
AHowl Night for Foot pail* and Hick poekota^la Hallo.
S|M*elal^ 'orrcs|Miiitlcnee of the Standard.
BrTTK,Dec. 17.^As far as ascertained^only Hires* men were relieved of their^money last night. One was C. P. Dretinau,^who was met by a highwayman as told in^this morning's StaMDAKIi. Another is a^Swede, whose name cannot In* spelled.^He complained this morning that he hail^bwoSJ relieved of three #luu bills while in^the Clip|m*r Shades saloon in Kast Park^street. He ntayed there all night, drink^^ing with the girls of the house, and^missed his money uhout daylight this^morning. City Marshall Me Arthur^searched all the inmates of the^place hut could Hud nothing^of tin* Swede's money.
Aman named Phil Sawyer complains^that he hail been robbed of his pocket^book containing 9KW and a chock on a^Helena bank for tin. He had the money^in his side coat p^k*ket, and entered a^gambling house in South Butte. He aat^at the f tro table and played *10. When^be lost it he arose to go. Hut when he^arose he found that while the faro dealer^had ls-eii relieving him of $10, a pick-
Imm-ketbail relieved him of his pocket^ntok. Payment has ls-eii stopped oil the^Helena cheek.
W.B. Parker waa held up by a high^^wayman last night on Montana street.^Parker is a miner at the Goldsmith mine^and received his check yesterday. Like a^sensible man, he turned all his money^over to his wife and took $1 only to go up^town and buy- a pair of overalls. The^footpad thrust a gun in his face and Por^^ter surrendered the dollar and went with^^out the overalls.
HutU*Real Kstato Koeord.^a|M*clal Correspondence of the standard
Bt'TTK,Dec. 17.^The following are the^real estate transactions recorded since^our laat report:
Kiluard^ 'oulsoii to Joseph Si-Indulge in,^for $1.(KJ0, lot 1 in block A of Butte.
Harrietand Charles Stewart to F. M.^Adams, for fllO, Vt interest ill Little Tom^claim.
Charlesllitutoii to Josephine GiMlchaiix,^for #1, lot ill Galena street.
Ho1 on tVnnl n I'reseut
fora lady or gentleman, old or young*.'^Go to D. J. Hennessy Mercantile com^^pany and look over their stock of fancy,^useful and ornamental Christmas gissls.^Displayed on their counters are every^class of holiday gissls that ginnl taste and^careful soli*ctioti could suggest. They^certainly have the choicest line of these^articles ever yet shown in our city.
h-Hvrorders at Neal's your Xma*^turkey, I Drawn.)
DrinkBohemian or llofbreau beer at^Jack 4 liiarbeim's, the only place in the^city to get it.
MissH. V. White has just received a^full line of French ini|m^rted hats.
Forwant of nxmi, Lowe A Maxwell^have decided to discontinue the carrying^of clothing and are sacrificing profit* to^close out tile line.
Goto Seal's for Holiday gissls.
WinsorA Newton's tuls* paints 10 cents^at Cress* drug store.
Moneyto loan on improved farms and^city pro|M*rty. Si-e advertisement North^^western Guaranty Loan Co.
Gunsand rifles at Anaconda Hardware^Co's.
Furnishedrooms for light housekeeping^I on Third street, west of Maple. Address^^*T^ Standard office. Anaconda, Montana.
Forcutters,, delivery sleighs and bob-^sleds, go to the Montana Lumln-r A Pro^^duce Co.
Calland see Kstes A Councils H5 cent^plushes.
TheManhattan dross shirt waa received^yesterday at Estes A Council's.
Visitingcards neatly written, at Tripp'*^Institute.
Ladiesall wool scarlet underwear at^Kstes A Council* for 90 cent*.
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D.J.Hennessy Mercantile Co
CornerOak and First-sts.
Fineand Medium Grades of Furs
Madeto Order a Specialty
ParticularAttention Given to Redyeing^and Renovating Old Sealskins.
ItiKlieatMarket Price* Paid for Haw Fur*.
1. U. RKOWNRLl, I'KopRiKToa.
Buggies, Saddles and Horses^for Hire.
Alsoproprietor of F^a^enKer. Ramnure a^preas llur. ('onnii-tion made wltb^ail train*.
ORIceand Stable First street. Anaconda, on
INTUF. IIISTRICT flU'KT OF TMB COUNTY^of Peer IamIk^*. Mat* of Montana.- In the^matter of the e*tate of Kui*hari*te IVIoqmer, de^^ceased ; order to *liow i-iiu*e why order of sale of^real est.it-- should not be made. Pierre l.oniom.-,^the administrator of the estate of Kiichariste^l*elia|iiler, deceased, hiivliuc filed hi* petitiou^herein p^ ay Hi); for an order of sale of the real es^^tate of sail* decedent, for the purposes therein^set forth. U Is therefore ordered t^y the Indue of^said court, thai all persons Interested In thees^tale of said ilei*i*iiseil appear before the said I'is^trict Court on Monday, the 7th day of .lamiao'.^l^^i, at in o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at^the court room of said I list net Court, at the court^house in said Ciamty of Ileer I^odjce, to show^cause why an o tier should not be in-anted to the^said Pierre l^emottie to sell an much of the real^estate of the said deceased Km hartsle I'eloi|uier^as shall lw^ ne^*es*ary. And that a copy of till*^order be published once a week fur at least four^successive week* in Anaconda Standard, a news-^iiaper printed and publisbiii In said_I^eer Utdjtr^touoty.I^. M nrRFEE, Jud|*.
DatedDee. 2nd. I son.
J. C. KEPPLER
Watches,Clocks, Jewelry, Op^^tical Goods, Silverware, Etc.
W.C. HHYNES,^LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
Transientstin k Carefully Cared for.
First-ClassTurnouts and Mod^^erate Charges.
Firststreet. Kaat of Main. Anaconda. Montana.
WarmSpring Livery Stable.
TheFinest Turnouts In Anaconda New and^Handsome
LANDAUS.BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
OarRADDLE HORHE8 for Ladles and Genu^are the Finest In the new State.
CHA8.W. FRENCH. Proprietor.^First street. West of Main, Anaconda. Mont.
CornerFront and Main Streets.
TheFinest of Imported Wines^Liquors and Cigars
Tobe found In the etty constantly on band.
AnElegant Free Lunch
Servedboth Day and Night.
CIGARS. TOBACCOS, ETC.^Postoffice News Stand.^ANACONDA .... MONTANA. 1