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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAV MOItXING. AUGUST 0, 1897.
WESTERNMONTANA A SHOCK TO IHE PEOPLE
Tke(Mm Vnttni OSne^ ( lh^ Standard I^W IIS Hsfjtas av.noe. onenstt' PHUln, Mir '^saaia hW^^^ N^ 11^ Adven-lslae, rates^finished est ^^^k^uun
BothNorthern Pacific Train* Re^^ported on Time Yesterday.
BUSINESSIS VERY HEAVY
L*rgeCrowds ol KliindvaerB-Treck De^^partment Doing i. ^mi Work Coour^d'Alone and Bluer Root Branches^Keeping Up Their Records.
Wedesire to rail vuur attention to the^very i otnplete line of aportsmen s good*^that we carry In stock. If y^u con-^template making any pun ham's write^to Uf for our price list, as art can save^you money.
Winchester,Marlin and^Savage Rifles
Klicfcesttraid Spencer Ktpejtini]^Shotguns
ITents and Camping Outfits. Water-^proof Duck Hunting; Coats. Corduroy '^Bunting Suits, etc
Missoula.Aug v -The first announce- ^^^,,^,
takenthe ear ^^^ f.inductor Markua^sin,., the accident lhat disahled the^latter and Hcnrb * l^ tunning on the^Blttet Root I^ C inductor Dyson's^place
Plor,lire hotel bather shop. Shaving.^15 emti Hath 1 ^iM'n * to l on
Sundays Hat lis. rente.
A BOY TRAVELER.
till III. May la New York, finishing n^Tour ai the World.
MlMOUla,Aug I This has been a^pood yeai foi globt nutters They^Mvs bobbed up BlM i the rlrst of the^year ami lh( latent artlval was this^evening whin Itlchard J. Vincent, the^Ih,\ trav.l.i. arrived on No. 2 from^I hi Wtsl having made a Jump front^Npnknin in. i doing the Kossland
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Saskatchewan^and Montana Belle
HaveWon the Esteem of Hontana's People.
nientof the trslns on the Northern^Paiilb to-day wax that Inith were ,n^time. The statement was a shock I*^tin people vvhii lu.ml it ami as s.sui
Mestarted from New York In Sep-^U n^I^^ i IMS, ami was then I.I years of^^it!.- according to the document that^In carries with him. He has nothing
asthev had reco*. frOM the eicite- 1 1 ' 11-^^^'^I si^be ,,ul his
ini m Inn In sums tn have a good^supply of It. as he has visit,;! all of^ihe Kuiopeun eountiles and those of^111. ill,, nt .mil has stopiied at the lu st^heI Is w Inn mi he has Is en. More^than that, he has tt av 'ed in first-
KELSONSToKY a CO BOZKMAN. MONT.
LUUAND RETAILKsUi^IN tVKKVTMl.NO
Snd11 Yovr Mail Orders.
HarryChancy this evening received^^ letter from George Km at Seattle In^which the writer says Hint he will sail^Aug. ^ for the gold fields of the Klon^dyke. He hop. s to return in a couple^of years and expects to lirlng hack a^roll with him. He has many friends^who will wish him all the luck In the^world.
Kmi t Angus Is In tow n to-night and^says that the Alaska fever Is making^him short-handed at tin- Iron Moun^^tain mim. so many of the men then^having left for the gold fields.
CharlesSaunders will leav. In the^morning for Uranite hot springs when^he win receive treatment for his lung^trouble.
TheNew l.nml Law.^' Missoula. Aug. H.^The officials of the^local land office hav* received from the^commissioner of Hi general land office^copies of the ad of the last session of^congress which is designed to prevent^the destruction of timber by forest^Ares. The text of the law Is as follows
BeIt enacted by the senateand house^of representatives of the Cnlted Slates^of America in congress assembl'd^That any person w ho shall wilfully or^maliciously set on tire, or cause to lie^aet on Are, any timber, underbrush, or^(rage upon the public domain, or shall^carelessly or negligently have or suffer^fire to burn unattended near any tim^^ber or other inflammable material, shall^bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,^snd. upon conviction thereof in any^district court of the I'nitcd states hav^^ing: Jurisdiction of the same, shall In*^need In a sum not more than IR.tusi. or^be Imprisoned for a term of not more^than two years, or both
Section1 That any person who shall^build a camp fire, or other fire. In or |^near any forest, timber, or other In^^flammable material upon the public do^^main, shall. Iiefore breaking camp or^leav me aaid tire, totally extinguish the^same. Any person failing to do so shall^be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,^and, upon conviction thereof In any^district court of the lulled States hav- '^Ing Jurisdiction of the same shall be ;^fined In a sum not more than one thou^^sand dollars, or be imprisoned for a |^term of not more than one year, or^both.
See3. That in all eas^e arising un^^der this act the fines collected shall he^paid Into the school fund of the county^In which the lands where the offense j^was committed are situate.^^Approved Feb. i*. 1^^7.''
TinFlorence^ A. K I;roenewaid. SI^Paul: Julius Keisa. Chicago John M .^gum- Butte: ^\ N. Sanford. Butte: C.^Jfrankenthsl. New York. J. A. Milium - I^an. Horse Plains. J. K. McDonald. Mil- '^avaukee. Stanley S Horaman. Wil-^liamsport. Pa .: Herman Ii Dressier,^^t Louis P. J. Taylor. Helena. K A.^Btiefel. Helena. K J Cote. St. Louis;^J M. Murphy. Ht. Ixiuls. Hubert An^^na Helena: A. W. Smith. Minneapolis.
Atthe Kankin^O. K Polssant. Will- ,
lamA. tireenwall. H.Graves. L. s. I
Taylor.Veriscope company. Butt.- I.^C. Sturm*n. Nine Mile Miss Minnie^Lee. Butte. I.. J Marion and child,^Ronan John Munroe. Hope: C. K^Muscle. Hot S|nmgs O. K. Shsw.^Gnat Palls: J. T. lugland. Msrlon^Cappa. Port Benton: G. K Gilbert. Po^^tomac: James Lewis. Bearmouth c A.^Htralght Caiieton: AI Forbls. Bonner:^O. H. Smith, city. Alfred Snodgrass. C.^Therriault. Bonner: Thomas Pule.^Butte: Thomas L Kisson. Arlee.
Wantsto Make a Dale.^Missoula. Aug;. S^Dougal McCor-^mlck Is seriously considering the prop-
tosltion of, giving a da Or to the Boston^Bloomers/ a female baseball team that^will be through this part of the coun^^try this fall. Their manager has writ^^ten to the doughty left fielder of the old^Missoula team asking what he .-an do
.far tee belles in bloomers and Dougal^wants to make a date with the team if
silentthere wen BO BIB who at oaoe^ofTmeil to liet that the trains would^not reach lure .n solniliil,- lime. There^were no takers at even money, but^when the odds ..( two |fl one w.i. |^lend Hun were a few vv h . had Un^^nerve to take the offers. TMl Item^was good, hut their Judgment was ex^^tremely piss, as the trains wen- alioin^an hour helnml linn w hen they n-ai bed^here. This. Ii.m.iii, wax a esCkssd^linpiovi on ni on the way things have^lieen running and it was a plca-oii.^tor Missoula peeels to k^ i tin ii in.i I^at a time somcw h.-t.- mat the sched^^uled time It is get xur|itlsiiiK that^Ihe trains are somewhat late all the^time, as the business Is the heaviest^that the mad has had for a |osu| i
TheKlondyki s las. inain.ii . ni nun s^to attract large crowds, despite ihe^fact lhat it is almost impossible to get^a steamer after this week. U lint Is to^Ini nine of some of the nun who i! i^through here nowadays Is a problem.^They cannot last I ^ get to Alaska un^^less some oin makes Hum :i .1 .nation^and many i f them will not know what^to do when they get tin e pvssj if ihcj^have the niiuiov
TheKndeav mis have about all pas-^ed through here and tin passi tiger i n-^ductors are losing that llrnl tgprse-^slon that has characterised tin in re^cently. The strain thai Hn v kgVI^pass.d tin nigh since t he ^ ast vv in d tide^of the Kinlca v ir.ret s liiiian to llow^through Missviula has In. n something:^that no one run reallxc unless he has^kept watch of the crowd thai they^have had to handle Hut the worst Is^over now Hnd then will be a little reel^for the train men.
Anotherfactm that has . oiliIbul. .1^to keeping the trains hack has been^the work thai the truck department Is^doing on roadbed and bfMajaa This^necessitates slow orders ulong parts of^the line where fast running has bu n^the rule. This has laid out iiianv ,i^train In the last three months and this^will probably continue as long as the^weather will admit of any Work 0B the^track. This, of i nurse, cannot be In I pi d^and in the end will result lu a deckled^Improvement In the running ol list^trains. Where the inte steel has been^laid and the grading of the road Is i oni-^pleted the Impnivennui is nolli e.ible^to the veriest novice In raili iad mut^^ters. The steady ^cllckct v . Iliio t v-^click^ of the wheels on lbs rails ends^as BOBB as the new stul is shuck and^the cars roll as sin ^ it lily and as n 4ge-^lessly as if they were running on a^coiiilniioiis rail willn.nl a Joint in it.^When the season s work has been liu-^ished the w hole of the division will la^^in this first-class shape, and the trains^then will have in excuse for slow time
KxpertsIn rsllway matters are dis^^cussing at present the long life of the^steel that Is now lieing taken up from^the Northern Pacific. M ist ni It was^laid when the road was first built ami^Ii has stood the wear and tear of these^long years In a manner that recites the^admiration of all who have had any^experience in these uffulrs A (immi^^nent steel man. In speaking of this to^B Standard representative the other^liny, said that he knew uf no neon!^that cuualcd tin showing that has been^made by I his old steel He said that^lie did not belli v e that the t oad would^ever get steel that would e^iuul this^record, even if the latest fads In tails^were followeil. The new steel, of course.^Is heavier and that will make It better,^but weight for weight, it Is dOMbtful^If any steel evir does better work than^that has done that 1ms lie u ,^n the^Northern Puclllc for all tlnsc years.^The rails that are being lakcti up al ^^most uf i In in (It foi usi on branch lines^and will be put down as tin occaatOB^demands. There will he n i more com^^fortable ride OB any road In the I'nitii]^Stales than can be had on thi North
itiiPacific's Western divisions as si
asthe work now under way is finished^That Is saying a good deal, hut It will^be lull, v 1.1 by iinv me who has i olden^over the sections when- the new stei I^has been put Into plm e
Thelocal business on the r mil i on
tinuesto be goal. The Coetrr a^Aleve
andKilter Knot bran. Ins an keeping^up their nssirds in go.,1 shape and tin^long trains that c one in over Upsse^two Inanities Indicate thai there Is^some revenue imlng In all of the time^The Coeur d Alene onunti) will d I tin-^biggest business this fall lhat it lias^done al any time. If the present condi^^tions continue.
Locally,the speeiilainms as to the '^result of the Northern Pai ihe election^of oftli lals has died out for want of^new material for discussion, but In^Spokain the Interest In tlnse matter^continues unabated In the Kails City^they have slated .1 V Pa mil for gen^^eral malinger under the new adminis^^tration and the selection that the Spo^^kane people have made Is in rverjr way^satisfactory to themselves. Tin v are^contidetit thai this will be the outcome^of the present uncertain conditions and^when It comes, they say that all eaa*^certied will U thi better for It In Mis^^soula, all that the speculators arc .1 -^Ing at present is to watch ami h .p.-^Tin v are long on h .p.- ami H their^hopes are not in a measure readied,^they will he disappointed Then- lias^been a wine fund accumulating in cer*^tain circles for some )uii^ ami if the^result of the ele^ tion is m anv B a^ as^M l...,ks as If it might be, linn Hie ,^corks will pop. If It is not, thi wine I^wi i be put back on ice si be re ii has^been for so long.
Therush of business In both freight^and passenger traflti lately has beea a^ssssan strain on the motive p .wer de-^pattii}ent and all of the engines that^could be obtained have been pressed I
Intoservice. The result ha^ I very
.oiiiplimentary to lbs nn- Imniial de- 1^partment. for there hav, been few ac- :^cidenta. and the tngin.-s have doBsJ an^Immense amount ^ i arorb The en^^gineers have had a hard time and not^one of them has had niu r.^t i n two^months. Applications foi evrtl ^^ lay^^off for one trip have been refusid late^^ly, as there are ivo ixtru men on hand^and all of the mgin ^^ . al work^Among the to w conduct rs thai have^lieen made this spring Ike Harpater^and Charlie Searles are In the I let ^f^those wh-i richly deserve the promo^^tion. They have been twisting the^brakes so long that th-v are entitled^^to tell them when tn start.^ and their^'riends In Missoula an glad Indeed
ilass styb all Ihe way and has been^mail a pi i of by pi lin es, kings and^p. n mans of all classes. He has a^scrap taiok conlainlng cards and let^nis front important |^ersonagcK all^along his line of travel and Is now In^Missoula ai tin plot nee hotel, where^he has lieen ihe i i nter of observation^since his arrival In the city.
Inappearance Vincent is not parlic-^ulariv prepossess.tig. but he Is u pleas^^ant eon^irantloBallot ami elves, good
.! , Millions of th^ strange lands that
belias seen. His traveling name is
LouisMorning Star, and by this name^he is men,mmd in the VBltOBB biter-^Vtewi ami niwspapcr stories that In^has pasted In his scrap book. Ha has
nowa broad-rlmssed ooerbot bat, beil
ll^ pictures of bis earlier posi s show^that hi started mil in a natty cadet^suli which was supplanted in the^i it I, nt by a light lailor-mad ^ os^^tium
lblias not bad much I nuibl. n get -^ling along In i and he has prob^^ably sBM Biers of ihe world than any^other lad of his years on ^r(h. Pnm-^ilv ll'oubbs were th. cause of his pecu^^liar departure and he has b.cn III
,,\ ^traug- predicanteBtg sine^ he
starteda. n.ss the Atlantic. He Is now^beaded for New York and will travel^Iclaurelj a^ n.ss tbr continent He la^s tiling a i'.-ok which win eon tain an
accountof his travels.
Alliinawiiy Willi Herlous Itesiilln ioi ihe^Itlaekfuol It.not.^Missoula. Aug V Mrs. D M Pram Is^win leCoitslv Injured, her Utile son al^^most killed and Mrs. W W. Whit- bad^^ly bruised tn a runaway accident on^UM i.ad up the llig Hliukfoot this^morning With their husbands tin two^aromen had started for a day's cut ing^in Hie hills and were about live mil
;v.- Boa net on the grade when the
fasteningof ihickvoke broke and
letthe pole down. The horses run away^and Mis. Kiatiiis an tnpted to get Ml^Sim had her child In her uims and^thn a Mai char ef the carriage. He
anfortnnatrl)fell so that his head
struckon a Btoae and cut him budly on
thefcrehead Hoe in- eetaped ^ fatal
InjuryIs go! dear as his fal' mils! have^Ii en ii fearful one.
MisPrancls in her ntlitiipl to reach^the ground Imainc entangled In the^w heel and was dragg I along for a dis^^tance i^^*^ had i ills and bruises.
Mrs.While was more fortunate and^escnp d wlili some bruises and sligh!^mils. The nun were not hurt to any^greai cxleni. The parly was brought^Inn k in llonner and from there caaM^In on (lie weslliouml Haiti. In. Pitz-^gernld Is attending them
BJstSjbsSjll'lll^el^ of Ihe ^Prop^ 8Mb Will^Hold a *e^ftlon.
Missoula.Aug. K. There will be at^least one merry camp In the mountains
thisweek, lis mimbsra will be th i er-
ignialplayers of Ihe Prop club, and^they l.av. the illy WreM supplied with^all of the necessities and luxuries for a^sin .-. ssfnl session of the club In the^woods i bulge timer look along the
checkers,^ and Red her of Public
Monvs Itatifl look with hint the other^apiinrtciianccs for i arrying on the^guine.
DougalMci'ormlck will he the ijuar-^tirtiniMer and Ins truubles have only^Juki conimeticid. He bought a large^section of the stink of OBf of the had^^ing gineerv slot-, s and was seen last^night carrying on negotiations with the^salesman of a wet supply house Ills^posllli n is not an enviable on The^camp will be pitched mar the head of^tin I.on I.on I tall and It will be easily^nioL'inssed by the ensign that will lly^freeg Ihe tent. The Hag liear:' all em^^blem which eonslsts of a BtttBST boltle^and Beaah latiipaut. a tar bucket, eou-^i hunt, two stacks of blues dormant and^a i n si of feath- 11
Not a CeesMsnaPl t*mir^l Left In Town^^iniilsy.
Missoula.Aug V As was expeeted.^the exodus from town to the country^was to-day great.r than it has been^tot any Sunday this summer, and there^has not been n lorpoiul s guard left In^the city. The Hsherm-n began to leave^last night after the stores closed, and^at dav light this ninriilug the roads to^list taM and west ef the city wen lined^with men In pursuit of trout Some of^them eame back Ibis evening with good^.strings and BOBM came hack with noth^^ing but sunburned faces and sttong
breatheThin wui he others whs) wtll
notshow up till to-morrow morning^It is to In IBfjlllied that s vera) viola^^tions of the game law hav already
been i. polled atllt HlC OUfl CIWB BMB
mightto bsik into Ihe matter at once.^The ii.-lung Is good em ugh to furnish^sport for tin n \t few v. ..-ks. without^anv -limiting till It Is allow id by law.
Missoula,Aug V Owing to the ab^^sence of must of the wheelmen from^town to-da^ the regular road race of^the Cycle . lul. was postponed till n-xt^Siindav Tin i lub will hold a meeting^Monday t\ mug to make at rangeinenls
for thntnin of th Anaconda
team,which is expected over here In^two weeks The members of the local^club will be busy for the wit two^wnks with preparations for the races^that w.ll I., held at that time ami il Is^hoped that the meeting will be a suc^^cessful oin-
Unitat liranltr Hoi spring..
Missoula.Aug. ft- At Grantte hot^^prings last night there was held th^pleasaniest ball of the season. The at-
tendanf guests from the camp and
thehotels al ihe springs was large, and^Ihe musn wan all that eouhi Is- de^^sired It cent arrivals at the springs^are W P. Koblnson. w ife and daugh^^ter. Harvey lliggs. Kug husk. Oht Cas-^terson, Frank Buckhouae, Julia Bbj k^housi Gertrude lluckhouse. Melt^Hayts. Mary Hayes, Mrs. P.. ii. Hayes.^Charles Pettit and wife. Misers Mary,
fromthe Bitter Riait country. To-^mOffTOW morning; the follisirlng Mis^^soula people will .-.tin i for Ike springs:^Mrs. Charles Kmsley, Mrs P. J. Kline,^Mrs. William Gordon, Mrs. olllian Kn-^dor.
ItHm Too l.atr.
Missoula.Aug. X.^Mrs. Jixeph Marl^^on. Jr.. name last nlghl at the late^train from Knvalli having driven to^that station from her hour mar the^foot of Flathead luke, to brilg her baby^to Missoula lor medical intuition. The^child had cholera infantun and all^wan done for him thai wis pcsslble.^hut It was too lul . The hide life wenl^out In the early hoitra of His morning.^Mrs. Marlon and her liusb.ml have the^.sincere sympathy of thelt Missoula^frnnds.
Hii! - ..ixiilv. Pelleis i ure Constipation.
SAW HIS DEAD FHIENC'S FORM
BssasttlMary llrlaleil by .lulge liillllpi^of the Illinois Supreme iHurt.
Promthe St. Louis (llolie-^tetnucrat.
Jess...1 Phillips, one of lie Judges of^the Illinois state supreme cou t. n-
bi ted recently, told a sttange story^not long ago of his expethnce with a
sped;.' it was told at llllsb .ro. III.,^his home for many years, and which Is^situated not far fmm ihe un anny place^wln te Ihe spirit front the ither world^appi ni: i d. Many years ag^ he had a^li b ml w ho was to him us Jonathan to^Dav id. Togi ther they discussed almost^^ v. tv tin nn- of science, phl isophy and^eihhs. They paid one another frequent^visits. Their honus were ir lowns sev^^eral miles .1 isiant. (lit one-if these vis^^its the judge noticed thul his friend^niemed to be iii unusuilly robust^health, and he remarked about It. He^was much surprised to Be- his friend :^-.row suddenly serious, and say. ^I shall^look you In the face agtin before I^die.^ ^ .Nonsense'^ replied the Judge,^^don't talk if dying; You ire good for^a dozen vents yet. I'm neae likely to^die than you are.^ His friend smiled^and began I mote cheerful subject ot i^I IIBVeiegtlllll. but as the time came lu^say g^sMl-liy he repeutcd Ills 'remark.
lbnu mber. ' he said, i have promised 1^I w ill look you in the luce (gain before^I die.
Daysami weeks passed or. and Judge^Phillips s ton forgot Ihe sp. .-eh. for lie^was not u can who placed much faith^In warnings, signs and ti\t like. One^summer day his thoughts were fat-^away from death or ghosts. He was^tiding with it friend over the smooth^c Sentry muds if Montgomery county.^They talked of the beautiful landscape,^of g'dih-n w heat, green waving oats and^forest trees beyond. The Judge was^driving. His companion was in the^midst of a remark, when suddenly the '^judge dropped t he lines.
|,ink!^ he vv hisptred. ^There over^the dashboard!^ he said.
1see nothing.^ said his companion.
What do roe mean'.^'
JudgePhillips sat as if spellbound.^Hi nigh his companion was unable to^si e anything but the empty air. Before^him. for several minutes, thine stisid^the Image of his old friend who had^said, ^I shall bsik you in the face again^before I die.^ He ,vas (here. Ilie-sixe,^face, arms and shoulders, as If he were^standing on air. Just in front of the^dashboard.
JudgePhillips d os not often tell the^story, but when lie dots he says, i^never saw a human being more plainly^than I saw him standing there before^tin-and looking in my face.^ How long^the visum lasted he could md tell, but^ut last it seemed to melt into air. and^tin judge picked up the lines and drove^on.
Hisfriend was Inclined to laugh nt^brat, and he himself made no attempt^to aecontit for the strange happening.^Hut early next morning he received a^telegram announcing that on the day^In f no, nt the very time w hen he was^taking his drive, his friend hud died^suddenly,
Wasit a warning'' Did his friend^have a pretsssBtthM v\ lien he said. ^I^shall look you in the face again'.'^^Judge Phillips cannot explain thestmy.^Its tun ration affi ts him deeply, anil^In prohabl] has not told it to more^than half a doieu persons, though ll^in-curri d ycats ago. lie Is not a sipiiit-^ualist. and no one would be readier^than be to discountenance the cheap^'Illusions which are sometimes called^Bp! ritualism The only deduction^which be admit! having iVrawn from^the weird laetdeBl is a negative one.^which In stales In his habitually care^^ful manner. ^I am not Bra parol 10^say.^ Is his cor,elusion, ^that the dead,^in ni' BOBM clrcwaietB liahR may not re^^visit Ihis world.
Alv.ayssweet, mellow, and^fragrant.
Madefrom the cream of^the finest quality imported^tobacco grown.
Londres,Perfecto, and Con^^cha shapes.
Hand-madeby Union work^^men.
LS. COHN, Gen. Distributor.^Butte, /^lontana.
WesternMontana National Bank
FredKennett...^T. II. T. Ryan...^U. A. Wolf
Surplusand Profits 15,000
FORHEALTH OR PLEASURE
Thereis no place In the Northwest^that ^-quads Granite Hot Springs. The^waters of the Springs are recommend^^ed for rheumatism and stomach^I roubles. A delightful stage ride at^seven hours from Missoula takes Ihe^visitor lo the Springs, where the ac^^commodations are first class. Write to^C E. MUZZie. bat Lou, float
IOULOU Hot Springs Hotel is now I^J ready for the reception of guests, j^Good baths, excellent accommodations, ;^tlshtng and hunting. Stage runs regu^^larly Address
WILLIAM BOYLE, ixm L..U, Mont.
Isone of the greatest charms a woman can^possess. Possum's Comilexion 1'ovvuur^gives it.
tolearn of their good luck lkc has , Lillian and Francis Hayes and others
FRAU RliS COMINC.
si..Will Beas-B*ar |u the City About Au^^gust .1.
I'gehladt of Minneapolis has re-^i-lived In foi motion to the eft it^that Fru KIlBBbetl Klls will^Bltive hen- about Aug. 4 and will tlve^! an entertainment ..n the following day.'^| It Is to be hoped that the Danes, and^! others, for that matter, will unite for^| the purpose of giving the talented lady^a reception worth) of her standing at^| home and her individual mult and^charm. Her position with the Dagmar^' theater. Copenhagen, is sufficient aa-,^suranee of her merit. This has been^recognised in other place* by well-at^^tended noptions and entertainments,^and Minneapolis bus shown herself lie^hind the time for once.
Herslave of absence from the theater^has been ^ Mended, which permits an^extension of her tour and permits addi^^tional api* arum i s here and In Chicago
Then-I. Nothing M (iuwl.
ThereIs nothing lust as good as Dr^King's New Discovery for Consumption.^Coughs mid folds, so demand M and do
Inon permit the dealer to Ball you some^mhstltute He srir. not claim then- la
1anything better, hut in order to maks I^more profit he niav , :.um something else !^to be Just as good Von wain Dr Kmg ^^^New Dteoovery because you know it to be I^safe sad reliable ,n,| guaranteed to do^good or mcney nfunded. For Coughs.^Ceeea, Ceeeumptlon and for all affections j^of Threat. Chest e-.d Lungs, there Is ^^noth.ng so coot as Dr King's New Di^- ,^covrry Trial bottle free at any drug^store. Regular sise M -tos and fl 00.
Bositiralycores Indigestion, Catarrh ef the^Stomach, Heart-Barn, Sour Stigirt,
adall ktadretl S'*m*rk TVanHf.. A arlastlBa coaa-^blsalionof bm baat raaudias knows to m slirnl skill,
Holdhv all druggists, or^tncJawHcS. ' THE PIPIAIU CO.^0*1 Send for free circular. CMICAOO
Forsale in Anaconda by the Smith^Drug Co. and C. W. T. Cress, and in^Bsjtta by D^ M. Ncwhro Drug Co.
dr.u rue's vigor of life
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kIstTOITIsG CO., Ctadaaatl, Okie.
Forsale in Anaconda by the Sasilh Pntgfn.i^at Butte City. Moat., by 1 E. Oallagljr A Co.
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TheChicago Check Perforator
REDUCEDPROM $15.00 TO $10.00.
Theonly Chex'k Perforator that will perforate the top, bottom^or center of a Check; the only Perforator with a Perfect Feed;^operated with one hiinil.
Isreally the only machine worth having.^It Opcraten Consecutively, Duplicates, or^Repeats any number continuously. Merely^move the pointer upon the dial. Every^figure is changed automatically.
4-WheelMachine, 1 to 9,999 . $12.00^.5-Wheel Machine, 1 to 99,999 . . 14.00^|6-Wheel Machine, 1 to 999,999 . 16.00
Madeof Brass, tem^^pered so as to be pliable^and easily bent. They^will l^e found a valuable^office assistant in the^binding of letters, specifications, legal documents and office mem^^oranda. Trice, 13 cents per box.
TheRacine Automatic Steel Copying Press
ithas revolutionised the world of copying presses. It secures the same results^with a saving of 100 per cent, in time over the old s.-row press: It Is more dura^^ble; a iliild can do tin- -am. work with this press as a man^the labor In opera^^tion Is reduced to a minimum.
Everypart of the Hai Inc Automatic subject to strain Is made of best Besss-^mer steel, therefore v.innot break.
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