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Twuo OWNai W"sIsm Im
kI Mi" aM MOL
Poisonw equr ithe ordar of best
n- with Wahiagtos fanow. Thee.
peete am. hig killed by thousande.
Notwitlistandic the Arm and Its at.
tendant losese, the people of Weiser,
Idaho, have reeolved.to go on with t*e ar
rancement. already begun for celebrat
ing the Fourth of July and will celebrate
even in a pander style than that first
contemplated. The sufferers from the
tire are the nmat enthuaiatic In the cause.
The Spokane Falls exposition gives
promise of being the moat notable ever
ield in the Northwest, and certainly the
most notable ever held in the state. No
difficulty is being experienced In securing
subheriptions to the capital stock amount
lio to M4OO. Trustees have been elected
and plane prepared for all work inciden
tal to placing the exposition on a sound
buslnees footing.-&attIu' Press.
The supply of artesian water at Pull.
man is unlimited. The well at the depot
Is as good as the Crawford well. The
water spouts aix feet above the surface of
the ground. The pressure on the other
four wells of the town is not lessened a
particle. One advantage the last well
has over the others is in the fact that a
valuable vein of coal seven feet in thick
ness was struck and experts say it is of
the first quality. Pullman is not flowing
with milk and honey, but if artesian well.
and coal mines count for anything the
town certainly has bright proepects.
The Seatco Manufacturing company's
mills at Bucoda, Thurston county, were
utterly destroyed by fire Sunday after
noon. The fire originated in a dry kiln of
vash, and broke out at about 4 o'clock. In
less than an hour the entire plant, with
:*i000,0(Xi feet of lumber was utterly de
atroyed. About fifteen cars of lumber
were on the side track in danger of being
burned, when, fortunately, train No. 16, in
charge of Conductor Crawford and Engi
neer Miller, came to the rescue and saved
all the cars but two. The value of the
property destroyed is about 1O1OOO. The
proper"y was insured for $50,000 in East
ern companies. About 2W men will be
thrown out of employment.
C. A. Dobson, a carpenter, aged 4 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 Dobson for the key
of the house, saying that be wanted to
work to-morrow. fixing the interior. Dob.
son refused to give up the key, and Pratt
cursed him. Dobson started to walk away.
Pratt followed, and began beating Dob
son, who tell to the ground. Carrington,
who had been a witness. pulled Pratt off.
When Pratt rolled over. it was found that
Dobson was dead. Pratt surrendered to
ofllers, and I. now locked up in the
county jail. Dobson was leader of the
choir in the Calvary Presmbyterian church.
Among the passengers on Thursday's
Pacific express was an elderly gentleman
on his way to the coast to invest his saw
ings in that new Mecca of the west. His
wealth consisted of a roll of greenbacks
containing t,010. which he carelessly car
ried in his pants pocket. In alighting
on the platfrmn to make some purchase
at the bakery wagon he dropped his
hoodle, which was fortunately noticed by
J. J. Malley and promptly returned to the
owner. A liberal reward was proffered,
but Malley refused to accept it. claiming
that he had only done his plain duty, for
which he desired no remuneration. It is
needless to state that the tourist was de
lighted to regain his wealth. and no doubt,
will in future exercise greeter care in
keeping it.-Liripngtos Enterprise.
The 'erlowirsonr Journal contains the
following: A big deal is on the tapis,
which, if carried through, will result in
building up another town on the Yellow
stone. The deal referred to is the pur
chase of the Mendenhall interests in the
Hot Springs, and a half interest in 10O
acres owned by Mendenhall at Spring
dale. by the Northern Pacific Raliroad
cowmpany. It is understood that the North
ern Pacific wpople have an option on the
properties and that the perfecting of the
trade is only a question of time, and very
short time at that. The consummation of
the deal will be followed by the laying
out of a townsite at Springdale. the erec
tion of a mnonster hotel and the piping of
the walter of the hot springs from the
source. across the river to the site of the
new town. where al elaborate bathing
establisthment will be erected in connec
tion with the hotel for the accommo
dation of those seeking the benefits
of the medicinal waters. It is also ex
tremely probable that the main sanitar
ium of the Northern Pacife road will be
erected here. This has long been a cher
islhed plan of the company and negotia
tions for its aceomplishment have been
pending either actively or passively for a
number of years past. The considera
tlon is said to be 1O0,000 cash and $10,000
stock in the company that will operate at
Springdale, in a4dition to which Mr. Men
denhall retains a half interest in the 160
acre tract which will be laid out in town
lots. the company and Mr. Mendenhall
owning intermediate lots througbout the
tract. Another feature of the programme
is the intention of the railroad company
to make up and run its Park trains afrom
this point. The immense body of water
given out by the hot springs and the
ughly beneficial quality of the waters
renders it possible for a health resort to
be built up at Springdale second to none
in the country, not even the far-famed
hot springs of Arkansas.
ORDINANCE No. 03.
An nrdknaum cheagyIn the name of Ueeaod
street to Park avenmC.
&IM rdnierd 1 1If" UM n.ianea I the re4y of
hDlTtOW I. The nIaeC Elf eelnod .tres of the
clit uf Anaeuoda be, maw thie mae is, bhet,
changed to 'ark avenue.
amedt and aimmeurced .Iun. IP. Al). .IN.
Attest : .1.N Ia .
Ol,'i. º *-" THR (,I.Knh i'i THE tmr~
orY A'4,E.ElA. al.
Ikerr IAEutWC('OIuI). Mabntauaa.
I Iherelby certify that the Mlotie and fErellotng
e.ElinaflM e was regularly dit s11on lts SElS)
ar and dUty' Iaps-d bl) the (I)* (4'.sIaL ..ro the
City of An oaana awd aplorrn ed by the Ma)..r
tillull ih1J dal f JueIC. A. II.. Mile.
In witne s whereof I have meroa~nto Met EII
handatl d affilled the orEWrate. seal Elf the Clity
of Anw.Iu.l. thb 111411 d of luxe. A. I., lom'.
(I.. r liH. Ilit)ut A
*mOn- AND STOCKS.
UPS. a" Downs i 31l asbe Values en se
]NeW Task onsbmus.
Naw Yom, Jum l.-Tbe disposition
in th tashmarket omanl sIdkesi teawait
definite action bh thei sate on te silver
question befre entering Into now Van
tare*, and the market has sunk Into ring
ar m idmummer dulls... for toe time be
ing. The market showed gr-at lack of
intrest today a"d only in Vilard's trusts
and a few otemw was there any life
shown. Final ehanges to-nlgbt ar Irreg
ular but generally n the direction of high.
er fiures, tboughi in all but a few cases
for snall fractions only. Sur is up 3%.
Petroleum opened strong; spot, 91%;
July, 91; after advancing the market
broke to 98% spot and 90% July. but ral
lied, the latter closing steady.
Copper-Firm; Lake, June $15.75.
Lead-nnme , domestic. St.:tM.
Tin-Irregular; straits, *J1.v5.
U. . 4's rglitered 12 jN. P. Preferred. .. scN
U. B. 4's coapoa.. e1. Noihwel em..... II.-,
U.K.«4'arttg..... M Preferred ........ 144
U. R.I cooupon. Ins N. V. Centrl..... i to,
Pactc$4's......... 113 Oreboulmpm't... 4NS
AnMerican Ripres 114 Oregon Nav'K'D... lor>
Ofi. Pacfic....... W% iOregm~on ~rt Lin 4g',
Cam. floutber .... ow. TransooUtnental. 51.
oentimpsM... 35Zt~~c ....... «)>,
Burlington ...... : utat fdt .... 47,sA
Lackawun a..... 14%1 irO k i
Dmsveert . 0.... 1144% St. laul...........77',
D.,L& ........ .... Mt. Paul& hnala. 34,
. I P............... St*ex Pailflc...... Zest
KansiafTeas li U n'lUnion Pacific..... i37'.
LAkeShore....... I13e Preferred .........
L~uit&Nash. ... *'9W United Wages x..
MItigNl CatrmI. 1i5, Fa Ex W.4
Misourti Pac..3.' a4 Wcle r5.". .K.',
Nortern *aci AMaIDCotton l. L031
Money on call easy, 4*#5 prime.
Prime mercantile paper. 5g6%c.
Sterling Exchange-Active; stromg;
10 day bills, OLK7; demand. -
Mining quotations am follows:
American Flag. 2 35 Hale, Norcrom.. 2 'ml
Alice......... W. iHomuctake.. ... 4 4to
AdamstCoW....... ..Horn Silver. ... 3 411
Aspen.... ....... Holyoke. ....... ......
Amaor....... ldo deace.....
Belcher....... I froo Silver .... 2410r
Best, Belcher... 2 90 6eXION........ :130
Brunswick...... 1 00 Mutual.......... .....
Caleoola. 1. H. 2436 MLDIablo..... . 3 u4
Cboie.. . 444) NewCCoal..... ......
Crown Point..t 21 1 NoorL Belle [sit- 1 15
Colorado (Gen . K. .(n'wwealth. 2 0i
Con. Val.Va... 4a30 Ontario.... ..... *04W
Oolrh .s .. .... Ophir..... ...... 4 u
Ooau1WOW1 3th.. 3 Oecde t.l...... t as
Cosisock. bld ... .nymouth ....... 77.1
Ooi stoek, t a c i ...... Potosi........... 2 74
Debmate........ 7 Pluralx Arzonm 1 411
Deadwood Ter.e l aft .......... ag2 01
kan-oo.... : 3.o Salerra Nevada. - ,As
1Crifto. ........ 105 Small Hopes .. ......
Father Demet ...... Butter Creek.... 1 49
Freeland ....... .... nIo Con . 271
Gould, Curry.... 2.3O Vellow JaMlk't
AthTpk. It 75I 474 Mex. Cea. Co0R.... 301«
Id gmrt ' .... bond scrip... ...
MrUMo d......... I.t Mor. bdL ....
Iorl~to .... 7«........ 24
PHILADELPHIA, June 10.-Wool finn;
Montana, 17tr 25c; territorial, tItt0iac.
BosToN, June 10.-No notable chanre in
the wool market. Prices steady and fm.
PSanasrdJ %otices us %W dt tAe
The Only Place in Town
Where You can Get
ALE ANJD PO'TER ON DJAUGJUT
C. E. CROWLEY, to bouth Main H(ree. Butte.
Aet for the eebrated "J. A." Cigar.
ELGAMI FURISHED ROOI
Maia Utemt. NO.lnietlaaeoWa,1*oat.
A. J. BLIK. JOWNl WHICMIER
Blix & Wegener,
CARPENTEBS AND BUILDERS.
Having rented J. H. Rartlett's ahol. we
are p epared to do all kinds of Buildig Re
paltrng and Job Work at r..nnable prkla
BLIX & WEGENER,
letr of Prebsterti Chrh, - AueL.
E. M. TRASK.
Manutaeturera' Agent and I)ealer in
lamber aud Budldg laterlal.
--A Specialty aof
FIR MINING TIMBER
In Car lots. Also
Etimats made from d. uAgents ar
Monltn hIflber ad FIo.S (IL, Ana.
ous aadR, Hole Iumber Co.. IDvide. Mon.
Oar~wo Jb unb PiLnna sad
at al polatsn WNest de.
Olce: ST B. Granlt St.,
TELEPHONE 256. BUTTE. MT
ST. PAUL RY.
I te lst Mail hbout Lns from St. Paul
d Minneapolis via L. Cress and MU
waue to Chicago and all points In the
Btermn Satms and Canada. It is tb. onla
lase mder one managemet between St.
Paul and Chicago, and Is the Finest
Equlpped Rallway lb the Noa~hwet. It
is the only line runnin Pullman Drawing
ooa Sleepling Cars with luxurlous amok.
lg rooms, and the finest diinlg ars in
the world, via the famous "River Bank
Routs," along the shbore of lake Pepin
and the beautiful Mississlppl River to
Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains con
nect with those of the Northern lines in
the Grand Union Depot at St. Paul. No
change of car of any clam between St.
Paul and Chicago. For through tickets,
time tbls, and full information apply to
any coupon ticket agent in the North
D. COHEN. SR.,
THE ANACONDA MERCANTILE COMPANY.
Whdsssh .m ft Dahgr r
FIRST- I FAMILY GROCERIES
Goods delivered promptly to all parts of the city
Corner of First and Cherry-sts." Mot.
STILL ON TOP~
THE SCHI-TTLER WAGOON
With il new a mwovements, tskes It the best wagon manufactured. We
also carry in ock a full line of Miller, Standard and Buckeye Buggles.
A Full Line of ROAD CARTS and RPRING WAGONS of the Beet Make. A
Full Line of PLOWS, HARROWS sad FARM IMPLEMSNTS.
We still continue to carry a frst-elas steek of Harness, Saddles and Had.
dlery Hadware. We are Sta Aents for Hill's Reliable Concord Harness.
Call and look through our Stock before buying. We Cannot be Underokit.
BARRETT & JACKY,
IMR IN STRDBT. - - RNRCONDR.
CHICAGO IRON WORKS.
Gail, Bumiller & llUnziker
General lining and Milling Machinery,
Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills,
SMELTING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS,
Hoisting and Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips,
Ore Buckets and Water Buckets,
SELF-OILING CAR IHEELS.
Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing
,aripWATrIVE I MENNO UNZICKER, Butte, Mont.
OFFDIOKw I Hawthorne Ave. and Willow-st., Chicago, Ill.
THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is now Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
MINES AT RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. For 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.
Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
GE BNCI ES:
o B clrs. f lls., Hele·. srtes " Conemll Compan, Ana.ooad
SCo.,owIands. nr a. rAU
O0s. l Plif, C BOMpt, to Geo. T. , LvnSto.
L. s. a %WW. - ° 8 Tla~b • W.. Wh o. B#llwwster.
Cigar Manufacturers will please take notice that I am, and
fbr years past have been, the sole and exclusive owner of the
trade mark for cigars entitled "CUBAN BLOSSOMS." It
has come to my notice that a number of cigar manufacturers
have manufactured and sold goods under the said brand. I
therefore hereby caution all persons from putting up, selling
or offering for sale, any cigars under the said urand 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."
spa Secwd Avene., New York, and I. Joee, Mo.
A. T. PLAYTER,
Corner First and Main-sts., - - Anaconda
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
Particular Attention Given to Pre
I. F. KIRBY,
SUCCESSOR TO BUTTE HARDWARE CO.. ANACONDA,. MONT
Dealer in all Kinds of Hardware, Tinware,
Glass and Queensware. Agent for
Jackson's Liquid Stove Polish, Hubbard Door
Bolt, Etruscon Coffee Pot.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA.
DOCTOR C. SCHULT2
A. M. M. D.,
Practical Physician and Surgeon,
Corner Main and Park Street (over Crystal). Butte.
Where he mede a ev mab n rrte ar byi deree W gy o'. ri' .ea. m i w .
mat .as he gnued b Imprd eama.aet aeti mo.r W
ISv enu~ will hehe as a r rst ur ie ne w wUob he G te a
. .ei.natdt lnssl, sexual'L lau .t mss mr e wepo , nervous debt.ytd oa 0 d ý'.i
ewarrante to cure t$ sha t he1 mesu ruleumed. US-SI uuuu
bythe thosmm i who hate bees cured. aaaeEulmll U .. Tr
witho eaeut the ue ath Te dtrws where others taL
mertva.nat t.a Ume iav t ata md .ru . pta.ve eam to me a.med iau e ems
OMI .ourlet * ., . o r. s p .M.o . .M. t rarm ee..
The wdrul iNew eard i'a mb head ais of al medilale. for LI
ambl~ton mad vigor at these who muleram all privte,'ho aheWa ad anee d. w mum-r ...'7
wlwpwt d. oift balod o aTl pbhair. «e.
sd elide dat au yo thd sadl s fs
which in found wat i t beed oa we.k men
Dr. bchuk. wil forfeit or am wee takes under his new remedy whisk he obs teserts. Re
member that this is ad a pedt A writLt uIaramtie to reluad the messy IfIt d met
(MnaherstremgA. K.toCP. K.. P. K. to ":la. K. CaseUlsatleafree.
F ITZPATRICK. _
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FIRST STRGET. ANACONDA.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, Mining Brokers,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
M'KINNON & M'KAY
+ DIMLORS IN +
OUR TEAI4 AREYTHK IINVE4T IN MONTANA
AT o('U I'I'1EN. TIMt THIIM )N(CK.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
We Iellver (Nhds tp Auy Part of ti ('ity, and
WUI Try 1* Pleaseu You It You
FAVOR US WITH A CALL
FI14T MTRKCT. B, weu C'Ihrry anid (lik.
ANA('NIA. - MONTANA
BIELENBERG & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, utton and Pork,
R.tMi. B TC.
NEB7L & SON.
evsdealers ad Confectionen,
CIgars, toteno ud Prdce.
BERNARD & MOREAU
IvU InlInrhased the Rl.uakalth IhoIp
formflrl" crodutaiIl by rhaaild Bros..
we are, I'reurrl to do al kinds of
BlIacks thling Bor Shoe g,
1101 BUILDING Md BUGGY IPallllR
Also all 'la".ws of work in our Urie.
FIRST ST.. Anaconda.
OPBNED JULY I. 1559.
Os. ls Bs mmmnsd mor naly ap
porm" baLrs i tbs Usud linsw . Thab.atI
£rpleet. and pIo'ddd wEb sllea. olste
bel t are arma, rnmas wa"er, baLb. mam
heat, opeI I plhe rand aU moder. eawa
teeles. eses oa suite and apgle. Otdalse sad
service strictly /rastlass. Rates trom
$3.50 Per Day Upwards
acornllg to size Iand 4cham.l'tr of rooms
DL. HARHAL't;IH Man