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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1890.
Topicsof General Interest in the Fonr^Kei States and Elsewhere.
Poisoningsquirrels is the order of busi^^ness with Washington farmers. These^l^eHti^ are being killed hy thousands.
Notwithstandingthe lire and its at^^tendant losses, the people of Weiscr.^Idaho, have resolved.to go on with tl'i- ar^^rangements already begun for eelebrat-^ing the Fourth of July and will eelebrate^even in a grainier style than that first^eoiitemplated. The sufferers from the^lire are the most enthusiatic in the cause.
TheSpokane Falls exposition gives^promise of being the most notable ever^held in the Northwest, and certainly the^most notable ever held in the state. No^difllciilty is iM'ing ex|^erienced in securing^subscriptions to the capital stock amount^^ing to J.Vl.OUO. Trustees have been elected^and plans pre|^areil for all work inciden^^tal to placing the exposition on a sound^business footing. Seattle 1'iexs.
Tlicsupply of artesian water at Pull^^man is unlimited. The well at the de|K^t^is as good as the Crawford well. The^water spouts six feet above the surface of^the gro'ind. The pressure on the other^four wells of the town is not lessened a^particle. One advantage the last well^lias ovi r the others is in the fact that a^valuable vein of coal seven feet in thick^nesB was struck and ex|m'rts say it is of^the lirsi quality. Pullman is not flowing^with milk and honey, but if artesian wells^unci coal mines count for anything the^town certainly has bright pros|M-cts.
TheSeatco Manufacturing company's^mills at Bucoda, Thurston county, were^utterly destroyed by lire Sunday after^^noon. Tlie lire originated in a dry kiln of^sash, and broke out ut about 4 o'clock. In^less than an hour the entire plant, with^:|,^jcju,uu' feet of luinlier was utterly de^^stroyed. About MM ears of IiiiiiImt^wen- on the side truck in danger of being^burned, when, fortunutely, train No. lii, in^charge of Conductor Crawford and Engi^^neer Miller, cume to the MM and saved^all the cars but two. The value of the^pro|s\-rty destroyed is about #3U0.000. The^prois-r'.y was insured for *50,0t^0 in East^^ern companies. About JUO men will be^thrown out of employment.
C.A. I)obs^)ii, u cariienter, aged 40, was-^killed by P. J. Pratt at Seattle Saturday^evening. Dobson and his partner. C. H.^Carrington. were building a house for^Pratt. Pratt asked Division for the key^of the house, saying that he wanted to^work to-morrow, llxing the interior. l)ol^-^son refused to give up the key, and Pratt^cursed him. Dobson started to walk aw ay.^Pratt followed, and began Ixuting I^ob-^son, who fell to the ground. Curringtoii.^who had lieon a witness, pulled Pratt off.^When Pratt rolled over, it was found that^Dobson was dead. Pratt surrendered to^oiticers, and is now locked up in the^county jail. Dotwou was leader of the^choir in the Calvary Presbyterian church.
Amongthe passengers on Thursday's^Pacific express was an elderly gentleman^on his way to the coast to invest his sav^^ings in that new Mecca of the west. His^wealth consisted of u roll of greenbacks^containing sM.Olu. which hccarelcssly cur^^ried In his punts pocket. In ulighting^on the plutf ^nn to make some purchase^at MM bukery wagon he dropped his^ImmhIIc. which wus fortunutely noticed by^.1. J. Mullcy and promptly returned to the^owner. A liberal reward was proffered,^but Mullcy refused to accept it. claiming^that he hail only done his plain duty, for^which he desired no remuneration. It is^needless to state that the tourist wus de^^lighted to regain his wealth.and nodouht,^will in future exercise greater cure in^keeping it. Liringmton Enterprite.
Thei'rltfiivstonr Journal contains the^following: A big deal is on the tapis,^which, if curried through, will result in^building up another town on the Yellow^^stone. The deal referred to is the pur^^chase of the Mendeiihull interests in the^Hot Springs, and a half interest in l'itl^acres owned by Mendeiihull at Spring-^dale, by the Northern Puciflc Railroud^company. It is understood that the North^^ern Pacific jM-opIc have an option on the^pro|^^ities and that tile perfecting of the^trade is only u question of time, and very^short time at that. The consummation ,,f^the deal w ill Ih- followid by the laying^out of a lowusitc ut Springdale. the erec^^tion of a monster hotel and the piping 'if^the water of the hot springs from the^soiin e, across the river to the site of the^new town, w here an elalsiratc bathing^establishment will Is- erected in connec^^tion with the hotel for the accommo^^dation if those seeking the Isneflts^of the medicinal waters. It is also ex^^tremely probable that the main sanitar^^ium of the Northern Pacillc road will l^^erected here. This lias long been a cher^^ished plan of the company anil negotia^^tions for its accomplishment have Is-en^|^'iidiiig either actively or passively for a^number of years past. The considera^^tion is said to lie #!^J,tlUl cash and j-l^.'^^^^stock in the company that will o|h-ratc ut^^spring l ih . in addition to which Mr. Meu-^denhall retains a half interest in the liiu^sen tract which will Is^ laid out in town^lots, the company and Mr. Mendeiihall^owning intermediate lots throughout the^tract. Another feature of the programme^is the intention nf the railroud company^to make up and rim its Park trains from^this |K^iut. The Immense Issly of water^given out hy the hot springs and the^highly Is'iieficiul quulity of the waters^render'- it itossihlc for u henlth resort to^he built up ut Springdale second to none^in the country, not even the far-fumisl^hot springs of Arkuusns.
Anordinance . Ian. i.^ Hie name of Sceond^M i^ l t^i Turk Mn
iuit^nf.^^^i i'u tii* ttt$ mmMbi ^i* '*i'n/ ^i
S* Tin* t. Tile nillllt' ^f ft-cood street nf the
it^ of Anacnniht lie. unit the nam*' is, hereby^changed to Park avenue.
Passedami approved .lull' 'i. AH. l^'^i^AttestD. IV \t n kll;.
orricior rmk Cuat ni un i in .
i'kA v\i 11\ 11 a.^I'^' i Ustge Count) . Montana. 1^I hereby eertif) thai tin- alsoc and fnicjroitiu-^ordinance was rcimlarl) nut uisin Ha tlnal MN
.ill'llillly pasts,*,! h) tile lit) l iHIUi ll nf the
Clt)^t Anacoodu ana approved h\ tin Mayoi^i - 'th da) nf .luue. A. E, IM
111witness whereof I hale herolinto set tin^hand and affixed the cor|ror^tc seal of tln-l'lti^of Anaconda, this !^h da\ nf .lune. A. P.. l*^i.^I s.1. K. BoAMM ^ v
it\ ( lei ' i f tin I it\ of Anai onda
Dpsand Down la Market Vstars os th*^Maw York Ksrhange.
Nf:wYork, June 10.^The disposition^in the stock market on all sides is to await^definite action by the senate on the silver^question before entering into new ven^^tures, aud the market baa sunk into regu^^lar midsummer dullness for the time be^^ing. The market showed great lack of^interest to-day and only in Villard'a trusts^and a few others was there any life^shown. Final changes to-night are irreg^^ular but generally iu the direction of high^^er figures, though in all but a few cases^for small fractions only. Sugar is up \\%.
Petroleumopened strong; spot, ''p.;^July, 01; after advancing the market^broke to :my, spot and !^)', July, but ral^^lied, the latter closing steady.
CopperFinn; Lake, June 115.75.
Leadfirmer; domestic, W..l^^.
Tin Irregular: straits, $21.:V^.
U.H.4^s registered IK^V. H. 4'i coupon. . i-J^V. H, 4't^^reg MB
U.s. 4'i's etlllpill. iii!
AmericanExpress 114^( an. Pacific...^Can. Southern^Central Par..
Deliverft K. U...
MichiganCentral^Missouri Pacific.^Northern Pacific
N.P. Preferred. ..
Oregoni in pill I .i-
WUI'a. ill,- Mail^)',
i-. HI. Paul.
Kt.Paul A lllnaha.
Ililted Mai es KX
WesternI'liion...^Am u Cotton un
Moneyon call easy, 4^i5 prime.^Prime mercantile |^aper, .'.^^'^' -e.^Sterling Exchange^Active; strong;^mi day bills, $4.87; demand,
Miningquotations as follows:^American Flag. :ii Hale. Norrross.
Crownpoint^Colorado lieu^Con. Cal., Va. ..
Commonwealth..Comstock, hid...^Comstock, t s c p
Iich mint ^^
Alli.Tpk.1st 7'1 47J,
lnd gmt ^
IHill pel I'll III'.'.
N.Coin wealth.'.' un
SutlerCreek ..I 40
Mex.Cen. Com.... 3u'
...I ^ bond scrip
... ^ 1st Mor. bds
74C San Diego '.'4
Ph11. \ iiki.I'Mi a, June 10. Wool firm;^Montana, Kttljac; territorial, Ui^i-Jc.
Boston,June 10.^No notable change in^the wool market. Prices steady and firm.
funeralnotice* neatly printed at the^^Standard^ office.
TheOnly Place in Town
WhereYou call tiel
y\LEAJiD POSTER 0^ DRy\UQ^T
C.K. CROWLEY, K^ Soiilli Main Street, Butte.^Agent for the Celebrated ^J. A.^ Cigar.
CHAS.BERTSCH, Prop.^Main Street, Near Eront, Anaconda. Mont.
Blix^ Wegener,^CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
Havingrented .1. H. Bailh'tt's slum, we^are p e|iai t'd to do all kinds of Building, Ke-^psiriiiu ami Mb wen at MMMMI lu iees.
Rearof Presbyterian Church, - Anaconda.
Manufacturers'Agent and Healer in
Lumberand Building Material.
FIR MINING TIMBER
IDCur l/iti. Also
Estimatesmade from plain. Agents for^Molilalia 1 a i in I ^^ i and Crisluce Chi., Aim^ill, Big Mole l.uiiihi i Co., Divide: Mon^^tana Wood Co., Elk Park.
Cordwissl.RallroaitTTies, St nils. Piling snil^I'iilcs fui nislu-,1 on sliort notice. Ileli\ereil^at all |^iinlson West Hide.
Office:27 E. Granite St.,
THECHICAGO^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL RY.
Iathe Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul^and MinneuiHilis via La Crosse and Mil^^waukee to Chicago and all points in the^Eastern States and Canada. It is the only^line under one management between St.^Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest^Equipped Railway ih the Northwest. It^Is the only line running Pullman Drawing^Room Sleeping Cars with luxurious smok^^ing rooms, ami the finest dining cars in^the world, via the famous ^River Hank^Route,^ along the shores of Lake Pepin^and the beautiful Mississippi River to^Milwaukee anil Chicago. Its trains con^^nect with those of the Northern lines in^the Grand Union Oe|s^t at St. Paul. No^change of ears of any class between St.^Paul and Chicago. For through tickets,^time tables, ami full information apply to^any coupon ticket agent ill the North^^west.
THEANACONDA MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Wholesaleaad Retail Dealer in
mI FAMILY GROCERIES
Goodsdelivered promptly toall parts of thecity
Cornerof First and Cherry-sts. ATont.
ComerFirst and Main-sts., - - Anaconda
THE SCHUTTLER WAGON
Withits new improvements, makes it the best wagon manufactured. We^also carry in stock a full line of Miller, Standard ami liuckeye lluggies.
AFull Line of ROAD CARTS and SPRING WAG( INS of the Rest Make. A^Full Line of PLOWS, HARROWS and FARM IMPLEMENTS.
Westill continue to carry a first-class stork of Harness, Saddles aud Sad^^dlery Hardware. We are State Agents for Hill's Reliable Concord Harness.^Call and look through our Stock before buying. We Cannot lie 1'mlcrsnlil.
Gail,Bumiller ^ Dnzicker F
GeneralMining and Hilling Machinery,^GOLD MILLS,
Wetand Dry Crushing Silver Mills,
SMELTINGAND CONCENTRATING PLANTS,
Hoistingand Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips,^Ore Buckets and Water Buckets,
CorlissKn^ines, Compound and Condensing^Hngines, Tramways.
KK,.SffiivK I MHNNO UNZICKER, Butte, Mont.
an7 works I Hawthorne Ave. and Willow-st., Chicago. 111.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
WINESHT RED LODGE
Toconsumers in this city. I'ot domestic and steam purposes^Rocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily,^makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
PrincipalOffice: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
GilchristBros. A Edgar, Helena.
K.L. Bonner A Co., Deer Lcslgr.
TheMiners' Lumber Company, Butte,
O.E. Miilis, Park City.
BushaA Bailey, Big Timber.
L.8. Hollier. Boaetnan.
Estes^h Council Company, Anaconda
Geo.T. Young, Livingston.
Hiit' Bros., Townsend.
W.H White, Stillwater.
CigarManufacturers will please take notice that I am, and^for years past have been, the sole and exclusive owner of the^trade mark for cigars entitled ^CUBAN BLOSSOMS.^ It
hascome to my notice that a number itf cigar manufacturers^have manufactured and sold goodl under the said brand. I^therefore hereby caution all pHHOM from putting up, selling^or offering for sale, any cigars under the said brand of^^CUBAN BLOSSOMS,^ as I shall institute proceedings^and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any and all^persons who are handling or manufacturing cigars under^the said brand of ^CUBAN BLOSSOMS.
1233Second Ave nr.-. New York, and St Joseph. Mo.
DRUGS,FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Given to Pre-^scriptions.
SUCCESSORTO BUTTE HARDWARE CO.. ANACONDA, MON!
Dealerin all Kinds of Hardware, Tinware,^Glass and Quecnsware. Agent for
Jackson'sLiquid Stove Polisb, Hubbard Door^Bolt, EtruscoD Coffee Pot.
MAINST., - ANACONDA.
DOCTOR C. SCHULTZ
A.M. M. D.,
PracticalPhysician and Surgeon,
GonerM;iin and Park Street (over Crystal), Butte.
Wherehe maile an enviable reraitatlnn In his spwlaity. Private, chronic. *nd nervous dls-^ea^c^ or men ami women, whether cauwil h) Imprudence, excess or contagion, ternloal weak-^ness, nlKlit losses, sciual ^lel^Mity, loss of sexual power, nervous delilllty, lilisxl disorders, etc^I uralile cases warranted to cure In a veryshort llnieor money refunded. Heceut cases In a few^days. 1 nitrite* h.w. es|ieclRlly to the i-^ n Ylic dis-tor ha* devoted his life to this one specialty, and^his proficiency Is attested hy the thousands who have hccii ruled, ^ui-cessfully treated k^y my new^method, without the use of mercury. The doctor cures where others fall. Try htm. l^r. HchulU^will make no charire unless he effects a cure.
'.''^^i^^t 14 distance cur.sl at home. All communications strictly confidential.
HI IAI.1IKS Internes of the kidneys, liver, liuun, rheumatism and all eruptive diseases of
privatenature, tunisrs, cancers ami eruptive fevers iiecullai to tmales and females also erviD
livefevers, such as scarlet, typhoid and spotted diphtheria. Satisfaction irtiaranteed.
KKAIlTHIS rwll'K. Kullv one eighth of (he sum total of human ^iifTerlng It caused by^venereal excesses, discuses and their results.
Thewonderful New KVniedy Is the liest and surest of all medlrlmi for restoring strength,^amhllloii and vigor In those who sutler from all private, chronic anil nervous diseases, such as blood^ami skin diseases syphilis, scrofiilus, favous, erysiis-las. salt rheum, iiemphlgus, psoriasis, etc., and^all impurities of the hlixsl causing eru|Klons, pimples, blotches, falling out of the hair. etc.
Imale diseases goiiorilnra, gleet, stricture, kidney and bladder troubles, c^stlsls, and all the^sail effects of youthful follies and excesses, which so unfit men for business or pleasure.
.. , , Wonderful success of this new remedy depends upon the fact that It supplies an element^which Is found wanting in the hhsKl of weak men.
Ir. SchulU will forfeit trsu for any case taken under his new remedy which he falls to cure. Re-^niemlx i that this Is not a patent im-dlclue. A written guarantee to refund the mouey If It does Ui*^effect a cure. '
Mihours from 9 A. m. to 3 P. m , ft p. m u^ a .30 P. m. Consultation free.
AnacondaReal Estate Agency.
RealEstate and Insurance Agents, Mining Brokers,^Collectors and Conveyancers.
7VTKINN0N^ WKRY BERNARD ^ MOREAl
r-tcr,Amc^Having purchased the Klacksmlth Shop
* DfcHLtsHS IN +ronsterly conducted bx Me Ik ^uahl Kros.,
Weare ple|ure^l to do .ill kinds of
FineGroceries Blacksmithing, Horse Shoeing,
IRONBUILDING iad BUGGY REPAIRING
Alsonil classes of work Iu our Hue.
Mit iKAs akkthk i-inkst in MoMANA i FIRST ST.. Anaconda.
Alurit PKU'RIs, TBI TMBMONCR.
FAMILYTRADE A SPECIALTY
w,MtoM ImnmIsIo All) Pint of the ( it), aud^W ill Try to PIciiM' Vou If You
FAVORUS WITH A CALL
KIKSTIsTKKKT, Between Cherry and Oak,
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers
Beef,Mutton and Pork,
Cigars,Tobacco ud Produce.
Anaconda.Montana.^OPENED JULY I. 1889.
Oneof th. handsomest and most elegantly hi^isjlaled hotels In the I'uited States. Thoroufhly^fireproof, and provided with elevators, electric^hells. Ore alarms, ruunlUK water, baths, steam^heat, open fire places and all modern conven^lencles. Kisiins en suite ami single ( i isme and^sen lee strictly flrst-. U^- l!:ile^ from
$3.50Per Day Upwards
H.vonllii t^^ %Uf and ^-hnia^-(fr i^f nn-in*^MMffisE