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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE R, 1890.
Codingof ^ Kl.h Tfcat Baoame ^^Drunkard and Couldn't Bafarra.
Ilamsliurgi-orresisunlein-e New York Sim.
Somequeer happenings have been re-^IMMietl from different | tarts of this state^during tin- (last week, but tlie iitieereat of^lite lot is tlie death of a fish that had be^^come a confirmed drunkard. The owner^of the ftih, George Sauem of Leidy, Clin^^ton county, tleolarat ^hat the tlsli com^^mitted suicide. The flsti was un un^^usually large brook aii.-J.er. It was caught^in a net a year ago this rntiutli, and on ac^^count of its sise it wai kept alive and^placed in ^ small flsb pound in Leidy's^grounds. The pound is shallow, and^contained, besides the big sucker,^only a few goldfish aud other orna^^mental fish. The sucker soon became^used to its new surroundings and grew to^lie as tame as the gold fish. Its manner^of feeding, by extending its queer snout^and sucking in anything that came within^its reach, was cause for great amusement^to all who saw him. Tlie sucker was^given the name of Old Tom, and one day^Mr. Suiters thought he would try an e^-^l^criment with the fish. He got a small^nursing bottle, tilled it with milk, and^attacking a long tube to it with the usual^mouth See at the detatched cnd.dropped^the tube in the wotW in front of the suck^^er's nose. The fish gradually sucked the^mouthpiece in. He drew a mouthful of^the milk down the Mj from the Itottle,^hut evidently ilid not like it, for he s|^at it-^out and moved away. Sailers then tilled^the bottle with beer ami tried Old Tom^with that. The Iteer seemed to suit him,^for he slicked in more than half of what^was ill the bottle la-fore lie gave up the^tulle. Sailers says that the sucker^cavorted in the water us be hud never
lone before, and hail Initli jinks NMtj^i he other fish for half an hour or more.^After that he moved to tlie other side of
ihe11, close to the bank, and MUM
thereall the rest of the day, scarcely mov^^ing, even when touched with a stick.^Sailers was of the opinion that the beer^had put a head on the sucker, and that he^was simply paying the penalty of tuni|ier-^iug with the Mowing Isiwl, the same as^everyone has t^^. The next day Old Tom^IMwj to be ull right, and he was^offered some more beer. He look it like^a little man, aud this time almost^swani|H'ii the Isittle, which MM^half u pint. He went off uhoiit the^pond, as full as a tick, and showed^his hilarioiisuess by chasing the other^fish in a dizzy sort of way. and by coming^to the top and turning regular-made som^^ersaults. This spree of old Tom's did not^NM t^^ break him up as the llrst one had
lone, although that his coppers were hot^was aptly shown next morning by the^avidity with which he took ill a milk^punch that Sailers had thought would set^well on his stomach. That punch, though,^gave old Tom an early morning jag that^made him ugly, and he waltzed around^the pond, knocking the unoffending gold^fish right and left, and was evidently just^crazy for a muss. This dis|Kisition on the^part of the inebriated sucker led him U^^grali by the tail one of the big crawfish^that wen-part of the ornamental life of^the little pond. ^ Mil Tom stuck out^his snout and seized the crawfish^and tried to suck him in. The crawfish is^a creature that resent* familiarity of any^kind, and this one twisted itself around,^shot out its left cluw. urn I caught old Tom^by the jowl, and imuiediutelv followed^him with u hitch 011 his nose with tin-^other claw. The sucker dropped the^crawfish like a hot iron, but the crawfish^didn't drop the sucker, and it wasn't un^^til he had made the liveliest kind of a^circuit of the pond, carrying consterna^^tion to the staid and diirnilled coldfish
thatold Tom was able to shake ^ ff the f^ e^lie hud been unwise enough to tackle.^That encounter seemed to sols-r the old^fellow up. and he retired to the shelter of^a big stone on the bottom of the imuiiI,^and remain.-.! ill evident remorseful con^^templation until afternoon.Then lie sallied^forth once more, and as be sought with^considerable eagerness tlie spot where lie^hail previously encountered the seductive^i-ublx-r tills-. Sauers took it for granted^that he was looking for a bait. Sauers^trcat^-d him to Iteer, and he laid right to it^until he had emptied tlie Itottle. Became^around looking rather wistful next morn^^ing, and tisik with unfeigned delight a
ktail that Sauers mixed for him. Kver
sincethen, Sauers says, the big sucker^ll.l-Iw-cn on the downward path. He^came it round every morning for his nip.^and if he didn't get it tore around the^pond like a wild man. Ih-er got too mild^for him, and for the last three months be^lias Im-cii loaded up on straight whisky.^Sauers suys he tried several times^to break ^Mil Tom of the habit he^himself had thoughtlessly led him into by^gradually weakening the whisky with^water, and finally quit the supply entirely;^but one day Sauers went out and saw old |^Tom wild-eyed and evidently tilled with^terror, shrinking Istck as far as he could^in a little hollow in the lunik, aa if trying^to escape from something that was men^^acing him. Suddenly In- rushed wildly^out of the hollow and tore like mad to it^little stump ami got behind it. He peeked^out around the slump and evidently saw^the thing that was troubling him in pur^^suit, for he drew buck and actually^crouched against the stump, while bis^eyes almost hung out on his cheeks with^terror.
He'sgot the jams!^ said Sauers. ^I've^shut his liquor off too suddenly.
Sauerwent and got Old Tom's bottle^and gave him it corker. After the old^fellow had got three inside of him his^nerves quieted down, and he came around^all right. Since then Sauers hadn't da red^to shut ' Md Tom's liquor off. He requiri-d^more and more every' day. and he took on^a disreputably blear-eyed and bloated^condition. He swelled up half as big^again as be was in his sols-r days, und the^goldfish and other fish ill the pond long^ago cut his company. If he happened to^get anywhere near them, four or live of^them would pounce upon him and give^him the bounce without delay. He got to^be an out-and-out bum. and ls-gan to feci^his disgrace alsiut a week ago. line day^last week, after he had been drinking^heavily, he moved over toward the big^stone at the side of which he had made^his lounging place since he had Is-en os^^tracized by society ill the pond, and gazed^at it in a curious manner for u minute or^two. 'I hen he mndc it sudden und swift^rush forward and hul led himself head first^against tie ^idc of tin- stone. The force^of tlie collision threw ^ Md Tom back more^than two feel from the stone. He (rave a^convulsive gasp. turn. .I over on his side,^and rose to the ~urf.ui as dc.nl as a^pickled mackerel.
Hehad committed suicide.^ Sailers^says, -'as sure as his name was Tom.
Isillily I 1 k^ 10
Fromthe New York Weekly
Mrs.lseFinn ^1 tremble to think of our^daughter marrying that young man.Why.^he orders his mother and si-ter* around^as if they were slaves.
Mr.I^c Firm^^Don't worry, my dear.^He won't order our daughter around inure^than once. She takes after you.
I'mnitin- \^-w York Sun
I'rofcssor:^Who was Atlas'.'^ Student:^^He was it highwayman.^ I'rofc-s,,r .sar^^castically: ^lndciil^' Student: ^Doesn't^shakesitcare say ^All Ihe world's a^stage'.' Professor: ^Yes.^ Student:^^Well. Atla^ held u up
THELOCAL MARKET.^Quotations An Revised and Cor^^rected Kvsrv Day.
Hugar(inundated, per 100, ^C^ anon, light^biown. as.cai; pulverized: H ^ A, New York, $U.-^50; loaf, $13.10: maple per pun ml. ^\
Coffee-Market strong; green Kin, l^^24c;^Costs Hk-a, \Mit2Se; Java Mandahllng, Sue;^Mocha, JTtlAOe. rtsuited Kin and Costa Hies, -SKa.^30r; nsssted Car ham. Sic: roasted Mix-lis and^Java, .w.'iK-: Artiucklc's, Mc.
TeasJapan, JSttUk-. Kuglish Breakfast, *--^J^^1.00; tiuu|s^wder, gtc^tl.uu, extra Young Hy^^son. 7.V^i*l.un.
I1.-kl.-s Eastern 5 gal., $-'..Ki. 5 gal.. t3.Ml;10^gal., tti.UO.^Potatoes^fi.75 per owt.^Cabbage^ Per owt, $3.oi.^Eggs I'cr case, ts.oo.^Butter IVr t^, 3Mt^^-.^Cheese IVr t^, JUOsfli.
FruitsDried apples, per ft-t^ package*. ;vO^^1.00, ditto sliced, So-t^ bovcs.ltc per ^^; |m-achcs,^Halt Lake, ISc; apricots, 29c; evaporated ditto,^Wr; blackberries, 1 .'^^: rasplM-rrtes, 3Sc.^California fruits. ^s.ooQtt.BO per cast-.^S-s^ Standard tomatoes, ^3.'^^.^.^-^^ Standard corn, *^.i^i.^-i-li Standard peas, $a.au: seconds, t-.'.TS.^^i t^ String and Luna brans, ^-'.TS.^Dried Beans^Navy, ^^00 per 100 ti; Lima,^$7.t^; Bayos. S6.-25.^Wheat-No. I, per 1(10 ^, Ma^Corn^Cracked, per 100 ^^, ^1.75.^Bran^Per 100 t^, ^l.fto; brau aim shorts per^loo t^, fi.sn.
Flour Per 100 ^, PlUshury's best, ^4.50; Og-^den, I3.B0; Slrague, ^Daisy,^ *l.5o.^Corn meal^Per I on ^, ^2.50.^Oat meal - Per 100 t^, H.50.^Ijtrd loSlA-.
FreshMeats Pork, 15c; Is-cf, h^l^i^c, lamb,^quarters, ^V4s*Lisi; imithm, 74H.V'.
SaltMeals Ham, inSfjis-; lm 1.V; i-orned
beef,lor; pork, 15c; sausage, VP\^a\:*'.^Coal Per ton, hard, ^lu.00; soft, ^^.^.50.^W.hhI Per cord. Scan.^Hay Per toll, S.-.Msi.^Straw Per Uin, ^12.00.^Oats Perrwt.tz-.00.
Ageneral transfer business transacted.
Fustclass single and double rigs.
PioneerNational Bank of Montana.
DesignatedDepository of U. S
PaidUp Capital, ^ -^Surplus and Fronts, -
K.W. k N Ii; 11 1
BOABDOF DIRECTORS:^S. T. Hauser,John C. Ciirtin,
A.M. Holler,li. S. Hamilton,
liranvllleStuart, O.R.Allen,^T. H, Kleiuschmi.lt, Henry M. Parrheh,^T. C. Power,^lieneral banking business transacted. I uteres^paid on time doposlti.
GoEAST asd WEST VIA
NorthernPacific K. R.
jKcDining Car Route ar\d^Short Line to all
ALLTHROCOH TRAIN'S are Equipped with^Pullman ami Dining Cars each way,^Haat and West.
ThroughPullman Car from Butte
TheFastest Time to and from Chicago, (^and Kastern Points.
ElegantDay Cuw ht*.
ColonistSleeping Cars In charge of Train Porters^for accnmimMtatlnn of Seeon.l Class^Montana Passeugei s Free^of Charge.
Atlrrrtimmrnt* utuhr thi* hrtiil nnr crni iter^^**^^^' r^*ch in*rr1it^n ; ytrriiit rule* *m ^mtrtirt*^fur tlrtiiiti fM rimi*. A ^i (idvrrtii*em^ ^/ nrrtfttttt^fur U** th^m H r* tit*.
WANTKDTo trade tor city property, a farm^of J^ arrc*,:i niilcsrast of.Marmii. Illinois.^FttzPatrick \ Strlekfaddra.
Tj*lK SAIJC cheap t Rite set of aMhiueaak^a n.'it furintiire. as line as there is in Butte^and gisal new, hating Im-cii umiI Imi s short^time Address R. o., Imi\ :ilii, Butte. Modi, i; a
JOR SAI.K *;00 ..nlv
buyshslf Interesi in^s
gn.il |^a)liig business .in puik sired, be^Minn and Wyoming sis.
KaslHriuDlwsy^AJL'AMKD Partner, wllh two to nve 111.mi^^^ saud dollais, in gtssl |wtying eslabltshe.1^business. Address, Box 1, Standard office, Butte.
Adnrtimrmmt*trUI t* tnarrf.d unttrr thl* hr.ut^thru iimm rr.. of rhniyi. C./i|/ Utr Ihr uil-^r. i '^^. in, ^lt iii. n/ Ik I, II ,u rillu r llu Hull) iir^-4ii.ic,n,|,i ,,^i.-,^ ^( n,t uStantlnrd.
SitnstInnas brick nioiildci . vd^V.. Stamlaril .ifflee. Butte. s
ANTF.DA young man llmrniigblt under-^^t.niiN .ill hram-nes nf lMMikke^-|^iiig ami^gassl .a|^ iienee in real estate business wants^situation. Address M Broadssy. Unite. Illn^AM EH A young man with Ihe best of^references wauls a siliiatiou. No. V Kasl^Itnsiilw.ix. Uuiie. p,
%1'AN I'KH F.vcry man and woman in Mnn^TT lati.i lo know they can Ili. ir waicb. s^aiidleweiiv repaired in a tlmioiigli and w.uk^manlike iiHiniici lit s. K. Mh lees Co, jewel^ers, -.7 La si Park slreel. Unite.| tf
J The Official Paper of Deer Lodge Govmt-j. j
PUBLISHEDEVERY MORNING IN THE YEAR.
Al'ajier for the Inker.
Al'a)^er tor the Men ham.
AI'ajKT l^^r the Mahanic
\l^aer (or the Ftaende.
s.una. m.^7.an p. m.
ForAnaconda, Deer I^slge, l.arrtson,^Helena, Pbilipsbnrg and Missoula...
ForAnacondali.an a. in., 4.3ii and
ForAmula. Deer l^slge, tiarrlsoii
andall through points East to SI.^Paul, SI. Louis ami Chicago; also to^points West, viz: Missoula, S)Hikam^^Falls, Taeoma, Portland and San^Frau.-ls.-o3.011 p. 10.
Forsmart, Dc r l^slge and (isnlsou^(Freight trains)6.iU a. 111. and :^^^^ p. n,.
men Im mllmaa^v M Krisstiway,^M
Sleamih'ptickets for all points In Europe via^any line crossing the Atlantic at cheap rales.
Forhill Information address
CHam. S. FEE, lieii'l Passenger Agt.,^St. Paul, Minn.^JAS. McCAKi, tieneral Agt., Jus Main St.,
Opp.Homier Mercantile Company,^Unite. Molilalia
Minneapolis^ St. Louis Railway
TwoThrough Trains Daily from
St.Paul and Minneapolis
Withoutchange, cnuiiectlng wllh the Fast Tialm^of ail lines for the
TheDirect and Only Line Running Through^Cars Between
Minneapolisand 0e^ Moines, la..
VIAAL.IIKRT I,EA AND KOKT iioix.K.
p^KI N I
IWeill \ lite men fin ^ ..III. ..i.l
ark,callat \o. we. Bnatdway,
nsajaWfiiinishe.l 1.Kims m t|i,^^eh or mouth. ^......t location fur of
A.Diiehaiine's l^^it store. M Main^M. Sclniil/. |iiop. j
SolidThrough Trains Between
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
AndIhe Principal Cities of the Mississippi, ami^connecting 1111'nlon !^^,^ t fm all i^iints^South and Southwest.^Many hours sand, ami tin- 11NLV LINK run^^ning trains dally to
KANSASCITY, LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON,
Makingconnections wllh the 1 11 Ion I'acllH-^and Atchison, To|s-ka a Santa Ke Kail Ways.^Close connections made in I'nion lie|si| wiih all^1 (rains ot Hie St. Paul, Muineap ilis and Matuln^I ha. Northern l^aciflc, SI. Paul ^ D11I.1II1 IL11I^j ways, from and to
1All Points North and Nortlmest.
Noticeof Sale of School Bonds.
INtCCUKDANCK with the protisions of sec^^tions i:i.-^. iia-.i and niw ,.f the Mana
schoollaw and acts amendatoi) thereof, ami as
autnori/cdI.) an elect I,. 1.1 m Hi,, dlslllel
srlitsillions.- of Sch.ioi Distrhi No. in in the city^of Anaconda. Hei r l^slge rsHIDty, Molltami. oil^the Klh.lat of May, |s!^i. (he seinsil Irilslecs of
saiddistrict ^ o. In. Deei I ...1 unit. Molilalia.
will011 saiunlay, in,. _-m ,iat ,,r June, isao, ai
0chs k p. 111. of sa d day In fruM m Ihr office of
1It I lsi...\i.\ St t mi tun hi Ihe said ill \ of^Aiiae.iinla.-ell at |mli|ic auctt.sn In Hie hutnesl^and 1 .est bkMerlot cash, the eounon Immms of^said district to lite atnt of twmtyavr thou^^sand dollars . ^.-.,l^si . said Ih.iiiIs In he nf the^ileiiouiiimlion of iwn lhonsaii.1 dollars ^ ^ isai^each, ilatcd .lime .1st, ISSS, to run twenty tens^am iislccmalile at the isptioa al said tnnaeea no^and after .liiue ^isi, itaai, Is-arinf i Iciest al Ihe^rale of seven percent p.r annum, Interesi na\
ablesemi annually at the isWee of the citv
treasurerof Deer I.... i...ty, Moataaa
Saulluilllls callllill lie sold fin I, ss til.Ill then
tt|MS) of Un- tsars' nf Trusteed^Dated Mat an, Is;,,.|. \ KINi,. clerk
i.AMiUtn. K, i
Hni.N t, M-m . .tun.- 4, ism. ,^Nellie Is herein ghen thai Ihe following^uani. d scitici has hied notice of his Intention In
makeitual pnsif in siippirl nf hid daand
1that said |iriN.f w ill he made before the Judge 01
1In bis absence, the ,|,.,k of Deer I...L.nit
alDeer Indigo, Moutans. on Jult J)ith, ISSS, viz 1^I Daniel Miupht on homestead 'ii|iplicntmn Nn
!*^'^** 'or II11. w. V,, 11. . k. ^. i,,d,H. s
jtp. (, n. 1. Ill tv. '^Ke names the following witnesses In prote his
i-outlliiiousresidence n| and i-ultitall.in of,
s.tl.11 ml. vi/ Frank Biruiioglii William
I'tindcMlle,John Honest ami llioinas l ord 11^all of Sluail, M.111I.
S.\\. I ANl IKIhNK. Ifflstsr.
WM.L. HOGE, President.
MARCUSDALY, Vice Pres t.
W.M. Thornton, Cashier
ReachesEvery City, Town and Hamlet in Montana.
ItGor\tair\s all the Latest NeWs.
YoitCOM lnivc it left at your itoor or sent to^iiny tuldrtli for $10 fu r year.
uCatch On!^ 4
HulOn** Outline of ('An from
HELENA^ BUTTE TO CHICAGO
CAPITAL, - - SIOO.OOO1
Cimmenciilliusin.-si AprU is, isiet.
AtSoutheast Corner of Main aud Hroadwaj.^Private Entrance at 8 Hroadway.
Medicaland Surgical Institute.
KansasCity, MoSan Kranclteo, Cal
andBl'TTE CITY. Moutana.^I ^r. Llel.iK ft Co. are reirular m inmates In med^^icine and surteery and special practitioners au^^thorised hv the states of Missouri, California and^MONTANA, to treat all Chronic,Nervous aud Pri^^vate diseases, twhether caused hy Imprudence,^Kxeess, or Contagioni. Seminal Weakness.^(Ulicht losses). Sexual Debility, tloss of sexual^poweri. Nervous Hehilltv, (loss of nerve^lotiBt). Diseases of the hlissl, isyphllls, HonorT-^hiea, lih-el and Strlclurei Cured. Curahle cases
fii.iiantt with life membership, i hat ties low.^housauds of eases cured. All medicines are es-^peclally prepared for ea.'h ludlvldual casa, at Ia-^iMiratory. No lu)urloiis or polsonoua couijsiuuds^used.
Nnt in. lost from business. Path-tits at a dis^^tance Healed by letter and expess. .Medicine^sent everywhere free from ica/e or breakaKe.
indiseases of the HIismI, Hi am. Heart and^Nervous system, as well as Lit^-i. Kidney aud^(^ravel Complaints, Rheumatism, Paralysis aud^all oilier Chronic diseases.
Writefor tllustiat.il i^atM-rs on Deformities,^Club feet, Curvatuie of Ihe Spine, Piles, Tumors,^Cancer, Catarrh, Hriniehitts, 1 nlialat 1..11, Klec-^trtelty. Magnetism, Paralysis. Kplle|^sy, Kidney,^Hla.luer. Kye. Kar, Skin aud HI.-..I. aud all (sur^^gical Operations.
Diseasesot Women s Specialty. Hc|strale par-^lors for la.lv |utlieiits.
Theonly Kellable Medhal and Surreal Insti^^tute masiiik- a S|^i lalt^ of Private Diseases.
Allblissl dlseaM-s successfully treated. Svph-^llltis Poison removist from the system without^niercurv. New Restorative Treatment for Uiss^of Vital Power Persons unable to tlslt us may^be treated at home by correspondence. All com^^munications conndi-nllal. Medicines or Instru^^ments sent by mall or express securelt pai-ked.^One personal Interview preferred. Call and con^suit us. or ^.i.d history of your case, and we wtl^send in plain wrapi^-r our lltsik Kr.-e cxplalintm^why thousands cannot Is^ cured of l*rlvate^Special and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weak^^ness. Spermatorrho a lni|Nitenct. S) phlhs. Hon^orrhea. lib-.-t. Varliis-ole. etc., etc
Dr.UsMfaOft are Ihe oulv (jualMed or re-^s|^instli|i si^-eialisu left In Molilalia since the^pew nieilieal law.
Officehours from 9 to 5 audT to 9 p. m.;or by^aiiniiiiitiii. nl in ^bs.-ure and urgeiit cases.^1. . iNst LTATION FRKK.
fr-Ak-eii for Dr. UeldK's Innijon-tor al^Room 2. - 1 I'.toailwsy, liutte
RKMEM HER yiK--ffAgt1S
St.I^iuis Railway anni]^.s. n of Conif^^rtahle
DayCoa^-lies, MaKiuflceiit Pullntaii Sleepln^^Cars, Hul ton RecluiliiK ( Iih.ii Cais. and our Just^ly celebrated
lBOlbs.of baKltage checked FREE. Fares!^ways as low as the lowest. For time tables,^through tickets, etc, call ti|h^u the uearest ticket^agent or write to
Gen'lTicket and Pass. Agent,
KEATNORTHERN IT LINE
MontanaCentral Railway,^i.real Northern Hallway.^Eastern Katlsat of Mlniirsiit.i^WlllmarSi Sioux Falls Railwat.^Dululh, Watertowu ^ Pac.ll.- Railway.
buyand sell l^omestle and Foreign Etchange^and transact a general banking biisluess.^Colic, n.ins proni|itly atlended to. Kx-^chaiige drawn on Lomlun. Edluburg,^i.las/ow, Dublin, Itelfasl, Paris,^Hamburg, Herllu and all the^leading cities of Eiuupe.
AmericanExchange National Rank New York
omahaNational Rank Omaha
!BBUP*^llOiHsu Frauelsi o
Itab National Rank(Icden
IInge, llrowulee A. Co Hulte
MerchantsNational Rank Helena^I arable Bros, a CoDeer Ixxlge
AGreat Through System
CHICAGO^ NORTHWESTERN^UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS
1lieC. ft N. W. also Makes Direct Cnlon D.-|si^Coiiiieetioiis al Denver wllh
U.P.^D.^ R. G. Trains
YestiboiedDining Gar Trains
TOCHICAGO WITHOt'T CIIANOR.
BtanyHours Saved, and Ihe Only lane Avoiding^Troublesome and Umg l^elaysat
DENVERAND COUNCIL HLL'FFS
ItIs reeoirnlied by EveryNsly as the ^SHORT^LINK^ from the West and Northwest
ToChicago and All Points East
FurtherInformation furnished by I'ulou Pa^^cific Ticket Agents at Helena and Hulte.
FREDGREENE. C. P. A.,^Salt Lake City, Utah.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
onlylute running a SSagnifieeMI} e^|in|ii^-.^iiii|sise^i of sh-.-|i.-is. iiiniuii t ar, I'm
Coachesand free Colonists Sl.-e|ier'from Hull^to St. Paul and Mluiiea|mhs silli i-hanee
ConnertloDfor Chicago ami
i:STi:S^ CON MILL'S
JenoyLind Front Doors,
/..r-s ^, ISNirs and Windoss of sll kinds. Mouldings,
/''(J S ft'I'll t milTS tickets. Idackets ami Stall Wink, also a^^ * UHllJ I large st.M'k of Drt l.iinilii'r and c.stlat prices^as mw as the hmesl. Call and i-tauuueoui^st.sk.
SARATOGASALOON!^F1NLEN ^ NEYIN, Props.,
BUTTE CITY. Montana
plllesll.llie of W llles. I.H|.|ol s and I ^.11 s to lie
kasin in. i it).
Calland line ns a iiial.
(teneralRailway and Steamship office. : -^( of^Main street. Anaconda. Moutaua
S.D. BEEBE. City Ticket Agent.
H.W. ADAMS, tieneral Aaent.
LIVERYAND FEED STABLES
TransientStork Carefully Cared f ir
First-ClassTurnouts and Mod^^erate Charges.
ts^ street. East of Main, Auaeouda, M nitana
i.ipp.isitk thi iakii
ItA KKS A St'kCIA LTV Of MM CIJA HS
1^- Nt S- i i. . Itll-iiKrKl) AMI KEY WEST.
Madein I'ulou Is put at terminals.
Ifurther untie,^is follows:
Hams^i|| .1. j
NoI Atlantic Express itfa.in, for II- ^^tin at Falls, St. Paul, Mintieapstis and I islei
No..- Helena Kvpress i isi p. 1.1.
S.C. KENYON. Manager.
issotLA ASSAY OFFICE
RICHARDMARSH, As-v\N Kit,
Fmlnforniall.Ni as t^tickets and liim t,,i k .
sleeping, ar n-s, 11.r -^ajHiU Ui
E.II Ht ItHARH^li.n Pass. A^-t.. II.
B.H. I.ANULEY.^lieu. Ikt. Agt. M ^ K. . He .
F.I. Vs ^ 111 \ } ,^and Tkt. a(L fit. Nor. |ty., st i'
Prom|itm-ssand aeeurary guaranteed. Sam^pb-s by Bsail Sf estiress recelt.* immediate at-^^ III I. ill 1 .u.es unsellable. h .animations^.ml Rep. 11 is Made on Mining Properties. Est!^mates given 1 11 Hi. cost of M-n.ni: an.I Milling^Maealaer)'.
Office oter City Drug store,
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CanFit I'p Hotel or Palace on Short Order
TlieGreat Furniture House
Everythingfrom the cheapest to the best.^West Broadway, Butte, Mont
Locationor Hanks Thompson Falls,^stain om.e Hulte, Montana.
ForIhe purpose of putting up a complete plant^r.^r the BSSatsvarture of Ire brick, fine pressed^brick, street patinK- brick, sidewalk hlocksaad^diain tile, we now niter In the public a limited^inimlier of sliar.-s of the treasutt si.x-k of the^I Montana File Cla) C.Hu|stii^ at Unit) ceuls |^-r^share.
nn lire clay isen.loise.1 l.v the Anaconda and^I other Urge smelters .is ts-u'ig etpial to any Un.^clay in the world
Inslis-ati.m of our banks at the most i ill si^point of distribution for the smelting markets of^Montana, Idaho and Washington, gitcs us prae-^ticallt no coinis'titioii. and with the ei.s tuiu of^a i-oinplete plant ^ill make isir propeit) i^kngl) 1 aln.it.le.