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THEAXACOKDA STANDARD: BATt'Bll.tY MOBXIXO; DBCEMHKR 4. 1897.
HeAsk8 the Court to Sentence^Him at Onoe.
TbePlaintiff Awarded a Verdict for^^42 as Damages Judge Brantly^Dinniirvi-.- UU Jury Until Dec.^13 Actions Begun.
Whinthe district court convened vo-^terday morning J H. Puffy, album y^fur Philip Tracy, ^hn was found Kuilly^by a jury of third ileum- .issault the^)ir^'\i^ius evening, asked the court i^^nenlence his client at nne^ In order ih.n^lie might In-Kin serving i^ui Ins sent, in^^^^Immediately. Judge Hranlly sentenced^rum tn Mix months in tin- count) Jail.^In passing sentence the court re^^marked that the punishment wax a^very light mm
Theease of Lee Montgomery vs. Har^^ris K tilllKit, Jaime t'. Itatndon ami^Allen Kemmerly was then called and^NMM the attention of the rourt until^lale In the afternoon. It waa an action^w herein the iilaintiff aged to recover^on an injunction bond Ih I in the origi^^nal case i if ll illicit against Motitgonn-i v .^which w as dismissed at the legaatt of^the plaintiff in January last, Mont^^gomery claimed to have heen damage!^for loss uf time and loss of water In the^sum of tlUO. and in piocuiing un-^nesscs and securing counsel to d^ fend^the suit in the sum of Hit, that being^the amount of the Imnd givin In the^cause.
Montgomerywas put upon lie- stand^In his own behalf and lestiliid sub^^stantially as follows: That on the Kith^day of June. lKHti, by virtue of a ic-^stralnlng ordir issued out of the dis^^trict court, he ami Ml agoins and sorv -^nuts and employes were enjoim d from^in any manner using 2011 inches of the^-waters of Buffalo gulch, in the north^^ern part of I Kir Lodge county: that by^l esson of the injunction hi was (oread^lu close down his placi r mining prop^^erty ; that he had several men em^^ployed while the restraining order was^in force and had to pay them their^usual wages In order to MM their^mtend,iin i when he desired to start^Murk again.
Thaton the 22d of Jutv lie went to^1 leer Lodge to attend the hearing of^the restraining unbr and to procure^the services of eaMMrt in ^b f. iidiiin Ike^suit: that on the -^^th of Jute Hie re^^st la 1 nlng oilier was l.y the district^couTt dissolved: that In- .niplo)..|^counsel at an expense of MM; that by^leggon of the loss of water and loss of^time in placer Qperetlona In was dam^^aged In the sum of Slot*: that it euM^Ilim I.'iH to have his witnesses attend^the hearing. Tins,- items constituted^lie ^-'''!^ for which li ^ sued.
JohnI. Moore was called and In t. s -^tifled that during .lull.. UK. le \\..s^working for UtetfOMNy MM that mi^the Kith of that month the injunction^Ma* served. That all work was MW d^at that time with the exception that^two men. who were cleaning up^bedrock continued ai work. Moore^stated that Montgomery had paid him^his wages during the time the injunc^^tion was in effect ami also gave him HO^for attending court at Deer tidgi upon^the occasion of th. hearing of the in-^jiUcMm.
AfltrIntroducing the flics in the^^ riglnal injunction suit, the plaintilT^rested his ease.
Aconsultation was then had hettMl n^the attorneys for the defendants and M^was deciilid not to introduii anv tvi-^ilence. After arguments by tin attor^^neys for the respective sld. a. and the
deliveryat tin laMiMHum i^^ the
court,the Jury retired and soon re-^turn.-d Into court with a verdict lor^the plaintiff for the sum of $42.
M ssyc I ioodinati and InitTy were i lie^attorn, ys for the defendants and l-'.d^svharnikov^ of Deer Lodge rataMM nti I^the plainliff.
Thecase of W. W. ilysleii against^Jack I low.I of llulle whs taken np^without a jury. This was an action^wherein liyslop .-ought to rarover^$197.M, all. g. d In be due lot plans^drawn for the construction of a build^^ing In Anaconda and MM M llulle Tie^court look the mat lei us to the ouestion^of t ailing a Jur^ In try the case under^advisement. Kd Si hiirtiikow is the at^^torney for llowd and ^i. 11. Winston ap^^pears for the plaintiff
JudgeHrantlv v . st. i .hiy i x.us. | Ins^trial Jury until tin- Ulh MM. it is^probable that court will adjourn to.^^lay. as Judge Itrantly Js required to^open a session of court at I'hilipsbuig^on next Monday
Twonew cases wi re begun in the dis^^trict court yesterday
TheAnaconda I'oppir Mining com^^pany, hardware derailment, luoiight^suit against the I*. S Tan. y Plumbing^company t i reeerer $:ii^i.^iT. claim. .I t..
hadue for gis sold and delivered. An
Thet'arr. Hyder Ai Adams company^brought suit against K|..vd ^'lessor and^T. C. Iiavidsnu lo foreclose a lien for
somethinglike '1 on the DuMm
block,in this city.
Thereate others, but J M Kennedy's^drug store is the popular place for^medicines and toilet articles.
AnacondaHteam Laundry, I'O. E. Park.
Arich, lasting, fragrant, domestic^smoke^the Wedding BottHMC In^every cigar ease In lown.
Lake.R. J. Dwyer. JJ. O. Link. Butte:^J. H. Dickey. Kansas City: U M.^Oohn. Keokuk: U. H. Southard, tirand^Uaidda: John T. Normile. Chicago; H.^J. Craft. C F. Woodman. Butte; W.^J. Oreen. San Francisco: K. Mnsley,^St. Louis; John Fitxnatriek and wife.^Deer Lodge.
Atthe Rhocm.iker^Lee Montgomer^^J. nn L. M.etv. Heel Lodge: S K^Loughborough. Helena. F V. Pankoa-^ke Salt Lake K.J. N'elllgan and wife.^A. C, Kngin.in. Miss Maud Magiure. A.^p rrosMiian. Clinloli H. Kerr Mrs. A.^WTHmm, Mi^- Manic ommt, Miss Annie^Otterin. Iluttc. K. Siharnikow, Deer
UMbjl t S I.e. k. HUtte.
A^ MM t nj.ij.
!The pleasant llavor. gentle action and^so ilhing effects of Syrup of Figv ^ In n^in ne. d of a laxative, and if the fath. i
|or Metker kit eeMftra M MMmM 1M
It .st g'.lllf\ing Bl'SUltS follow Its Us. .
sithat It is the l^est family rem. i^known, and ex. ty family should Mtvi^a bottle on hand.
Huyyotir wii. ^f tho*e pretty
lampsat Young a I ^ z^ li s.
Alady .|iiartett.' is always a MM!
'of delight lo lovers of beautiful muair,
wildt In- S. hub. 11 La.lv tmarlelti is one^Of the best Tlc y will MNJMMU at the^.Mamat. t Satui d.i; . Dec. t.
Aemovalsale. ^ People's store.
ltoysand gills' si-ds at tirelg's
Paths25c. ut Sloane'a, 317 K. Park.
Anacondalius ^ '..II g. . opp. Montana.
Bathi,Montana hotel barber shop. 2^c.
I:M lircig is laid up with rheuma^^tism '
ItJ. Dwyer of Unite |g at Ihe Mon^^tana
J.(!. Link is a liutte \isitor In Ana^^conda.
Forreliable plumbing, call on Young^tt Dcz. II.
Challinge sale for 30 days. M. 8.^As. hhelm.
Dr.McKeiixle can be found at his^office at night.
(inlytwo days left, liood* at actual
cost. People's store.
TH Meagher of Ham Track wi in^in the city ^. sl. rdu
TWOGAMES FOR SUNDAY
AnacondaWill Have All Kinds^of Football.
ITWILL BE HARD FOUGHT
lott11 and 11 of M'^'k 24. In the city^of Deer LodfMb kn. ^n as the skating^rink property: const i.ratu^n, ^40^'
(harks BuBier at I Ma haet Sullivan^to Con Kohr* ^^^1 ' Lu Pi. Icnberg, ISO^acre* of placer min ' t- u,,t. consldera-^imn, $1. _
Outcomeot the Anaoonda-Butia Uatue^is Hard to Foretell Hard Prac^^tice Work High 8obools^V ersus t he J union.
ComeIn and see the new^Wright s. Ilank building.
Manypretty things for Xmas |in aents^at Mahan Brae*., IM K Paik.
Lateststyles of engraved calling^cards at the Standard office.
Anysull in the house $P'. for da\s.^M S Am-hhcim.
'V 1.1 - h out for Saturday, tin- 11th.^1 It's ONajfa PMMl holiday ..p.mi.g
CityKngin i- f. W. MMMM4 ^f^llulte was ill tin- city \.slcnlay.
Hieig'sgrand bMMay opining Is a^gn at day for the Annda i hililteti.
Mrs.Alex Marcill- of Deer l^slge Is^visiting Mrs. Isaac Perry at M'4 Lu. n.-t^j street.
.1..1, ILunmill of the Ijutte office of^i the Standard, came down on business^i last cm mug.
LeeC. Bryant ..f Dinv. r arrived yes^^terday ait.I he expects to make Ana^^conda his home.
LeeMontgomery and John L. Monro^i of Deer l.odue w. re in the city yaMer*^I day on legal business.
M.\\. Bacon, g.tficral agent of the^O. S. L , is in the city looking alter the^int. rests of his conipau^.
A.M. Scott, who has been lu this city^|..i some time in attendant, upon court,^j returned yesterday to Minneapolis.
JohnS. Mctiioarty, manager of the^' Klc. trii Light company, has return. I^i frmn an extended trip to California.
C.Mryat't I BpMM M form a class^of violin pupils and do conceit and^.Ian..- playing Residence, Su2 l^i. list
Itiiijanon H. 'IHI. in has local, d the^Devon MMfta mining claim, in an Ml*
nre.aiileaa'district, in Deer LmM*^county.
Thecondition of Mrs. P F Stephens.^I ineiition of whose illness was mndi in^^.si.rda\ s Standard, was |e|io|ted
poaaMecaMyI nt proved last evening.
N.xl Sunday's football game 1s t we. u^tin Ana. , nda team and the Hint.^Juniors will be a stem winder Tie^lo. al bam has secured the Lyceum hdll^for pra tice in the evenings and th-^i...ys are putting In an kotir or two of^the bardaM km.i al work aeeri MMal^S^\.tal of the new men whom Mana-^Ber McMillan has found alsiui tie attf^ar. showing up splendidly and with a^full winters practice they ar.- ^ vp^to Is- aha to take a fall ^in of almost^I., ^ i. .no in t h^-s. parts
To-daythe MaMMM of the local team^will g.. out among the business lie n^and ettiaatM with tickets. It should 1^^nil.1. isb..id that the expensed btinglng^a t. .1111 here for a game, together with^tin- expense atta. lud to the pn paia^tion for the event, la very great, and^while ihe patronage will no doubt b.^Illiaial. if the day proves good, then^is a possibility of bad weather ami th.^boys feel reluctant in biaring the whole
burden ofalhe expense themselMs ll
wastherefore detidid that a canvass^of the city would 1st- made and it is i.,^le Imp..! I hat cveiytHidy who can Bee-^iibl| .o so, will take a ticket ur I wo.
A f. 111^.- 1..1S be. 11 bUlIt between til.
grandstand and the field at Ihe Ath^^letic park and the crowding onto the^-inIn.hi of the spectators will thus b.^avoided. Hereafter no person excepting^those directly connected with the gam.-
Will Is- permitted to come Upoll tile
ftatdIn addition to the erection of the^f. nee. the management lias made ar^^rangements, for the preeenci at the game^..f police officers, who will strictly en^^force the rule that spectators must t^-^n aln off the tleld of play.
Thegame will be called at I a'cMCk^sharp, and thus the street ear MM will^be inabled to return the football crowd^to the city before the day slutl at the^works is ready to go home. Th.- ground^is In perfect condition, the snow and Ice^having all been scraped off. and is in^much better shape than wan the^grounds at Hint.- during th.- K^ llano-^gain..- Arrangements ha\.- MM made^for a street car service which will lie^ample to accommodate any kind of a
Tinline-up of the two teams will bi^^as follows:
AnaemiaPosition Itutte Jts.
K-.ugh CHarrow s
ilrand holidayi at Calkins
b..okstore. Bull' Monday, Dec. 6.^^ an einrs. ^^^
AMIGHT C! vuSIC.
ito MaMMM m^um'li ^.^ ^ tub TteMght ^t
To-nighlat the Margaret the famous^Schubert ^yaaphonv dun will h^M ttM^boards Th.- S. bu - a pp. ^ ^ under^the auspices of the Kt mitts of PythhM^win. h organlsstn i. ilso brought the^musicians to this , i ia.-t y. ar Al^that time the conn itt, ^^ cat in range-^B. nts said this of Ihe s. Intl.. rt
Asuccess far bej I ihii .\|^ecta-^] lions both from a Hi is lal . I arilsti.^standpoint. A return cnaasTreMM^w ould lie a.^ceptabl. t. ur ct i/.etis
Th.-company Include the s. hub.-it^lady uartette, tin Master T tnmy Pur-^i ^ II. tin greatest child niu-i.-al prodigy^in the world. Louis M. I'ik Mi- Mabel^Delaae* and other equall) noted sinn^i rs ami soloists. The i-ompanj wtllap-^' p. ar for one nigh' in lv
WeddingBouquet- a nice clean clear^.-in.ike. In every cigar case in town.
Havevou seen those pipes at 101^Maui street^King's
A STORY OF GEORGE
HtiAnswer su sunn MM tiring Ii.iku^Ike MM
Fr.in the Sprlngll.-bl lb publican.
Tin-lal. Henry Oeorg had a i|I
giftIn the rejoinder ..- a w ap. ti of ai-^gum. nt. After his addr -sses on his^land tax tip *^ r' - lays Invited Ins
Mens Heavy (oMts1
(VUt I t^tS
Sotnt-iliin-ri^ i keep warm No^Oejwrcoal in !^ l wi;h ui, ni these, ,^! in Ckioebilla, ln-li iVie/e hiu!^Niirjrerbeatl, ^4.30, .-'i, (12.10, $1.^^^MM tM W.
Men'silrav W'.n.] I muble-Hreasled^suits..I ^ e^ !
M.i s |:T.. . -, M.v. ,| Che\ tot Suits 12 *i^M^ n s D^iiol. I n .isle.I iii .wn
M.ib'nSims. i. inid. aaaw . li M i
Men'sHeavy Oven-oata* ^^ I
Mens lush Frier. PlatersIt M
Men's Fin- K-isiy ttvercats.
famy wool liningM 9
H.i.VSi iv. rcosts and Ki-efers
$2 ill. $4 in^. |i.^^, $7 M^ I
lhiii'tImmM tt'e are sole ^fJfsMI^for Klutuivke 1'uderwear lion- i^Ni knit sliii !s,(|iuil.li- ^.-;ttcil ilniw- !^^ rs. tlic witi nicst iiiiilerwcttt MMWj^S4 per suit I.^;trt;e line of .Men's^Lund mill I nlincil liuck lilovea
MiniMittens, tllsnSl'ik liloves Felt
Mn.es.with leather cover and^leather solo.
h a re i s to ask ^.
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L.h. h..^It II. B..^F 14.
Crow b v
Subs Anacoisia. M. Hugh. Kelly,
Toughiii, M.-iivenv. Matte JMslara,
Thomas.J Sullivan Courtnav MefJee,^Lynch and Williums
Itis iHissiblc that some slight changes^in this anang. in. ni may l^- made be^^fore Sunday, but in the main the line,^up as giv . n abov e will stand.
Inthe morning a game will be played^between the High school team and the^Anaconda Juniors. The object of the^gam.- is to decide w hich club shall go^against the Stale I'niverslly num. The^^ante Sntt be called at in o'clock and no^admission fee will be charged. The^youngsters have la-en practicing haul^ami faithfully cm h evening ami a hard-^lotight contest may he looked for.
Theplayers and the positions which^tiny will occupy are as follows:^Atiacoiids Jts. Positions High S. hool
lightedIn answering In lss^, aflei a^lecture al Howard unn.i-itv in Wasli-^Inftoa, ^ Western ronareaaaaaa, ar-^. . pting the invltaiioit sai.l
Aft.rail.Mr. Oeoq*. I'ou advocate^a system of i iinfls. at i..n ..| property. If^I should take wild land and cultivate^and beautify It. I would have won un^^disputed title lo Ihe la i l itself, ami^v. n should recognize inv proprietorship^in It.
Thissally won applause from the au^^di, nr. . but the a| i in-, w ,i^ ib af. Ii^Ing when Mr. ^^^^ ni;.- tiling back this^it ply
Ithought 1 had eg|4elned that all^improv.menls ought bf light to be^^long to the haprover mi that^w. agree. I go farther. All that^you produce out of th. land should hi^long to voti If I should si. vou sitting^on the seashore MMMjt, and should a^you cat.h a laig. Hah, or. m ether^words bring forth or pradacs that tlsh.^I should maintain v..ur right to it as^your property, to ns.. to sell, to ajvi^or licuucath: but I II b. hanged, sir. it^I'll aii i that you owe the .....in front^which vou prodii. ^ that lish Laud^stands in the sain, elation to man
Whenyou want MMaMfejMt good for^the table tuk. no .hanci-s. but mder^a I the
Im.t* Ab.nii a spot. ^ Ueb.
Aneminent naturab^i savs thai i-very^lllle.ol of What We call the spider's Well
isMade up of aix.iii . aa saaaraM aaaM
Ifa is.un.l of tills 1 iii..el Were I..|ll lad^II would is ciipy in ai l^ .'Mum spider- a lull^^. ar to fnrish It. Tin author ol IMS StOSS^^nn ui does not inform us fwiw long the^thread would U-. but n i^ -at. t.. sav that^il would reach s. v.e.l linns around tin^world.
ANA ^N|iA. MONT
lisninM-u*iln in.I. .i teas.
ThoughHome Is called ^the eternal^city.' the nam. I^v right bahM A M tin-^city of llamas, us In Hyrla. which Is the^oldest aJJM in tie world A- baM as MM^has written r....rds the city ol Damascus^has be. ll known
lllll.sple.. .^[ Hockfellow^All.lei Soil . .
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Atthe Montana^J. Nmrls. WiUtam^Ketchum. Chicago; William II. gala,^Minneapolis; K S. Willanl. Dag^Moines; K. S. Kraft. Chicago; Marvin^Jenkins. Cleveland. F. W. Blacbfurd,^Hutte; Harry H. iMlth, San Francis^^co: K. L. Car|^-nu r. M. W. ISac.n. Salt
ABesatif-.il bine of Ftnsy ^ni1 Pl^in
Opera*^ Field Glasses
Petri,Alamirivim Nb k-', leather, (fold^ami IthWjatt ituau
l'Ht Sullivan, who wis attested by^the police for vagrant ^ ilemiimleil a^Jury trial, and his .as. \, u come up at^| 4 o'clock to-day in Judge Poaoghoa'a^coui t.
J.It Haggin. on his i.lurn from Sun^Francisco, arrived in Anaconda last
jevening After a slay of a MW days^in this city. Mr. Haggiu will n turn lo
Clelgs old man Sauta Claus will Ik.^] around among the cbildrea oa Sat-
ui.lay.the lllh. looking for gt little
(hoys and girls I in you think ha will
Conahaabaa arrived In the city last I^I night from Pennsylvania. Mr. Mseehea 1^will visit with his brother Manvhl I^S han ..f (Jeurgctoara, whom he has I^not seen in years.
Somerare bargaiiis In hMMs'i MMl'l^and i hildi.-n s hosletv and tin.I. rw.ar^will he off. n il by us lo-da v. ..in of I
which^i- make mention, Indies' nn.-. |^ail wool aaaMhvai baas,theJi ..m klaa, 1^for to-dav v.ui g.-t four pairs for tl |^Men's and ehildi.-n s hos^ at the sain,^pl ice. C. O. D. store.
Analtar |g the Standards t.pott of^the Tracy trial in the district curt on^Friday nmb-red th. rnaelrat Hull ot a^eertata sentence ruthi r BMbiguoUS As^It was published, it appeared thai Lu- I
MeAustin had iadaeed ryDoam u ami
Tracylo make an egg nogg. v. le i. as^tin- truth of the matt, r Is that the Meg^] . .|tii sled Mrs. Austin to niak. I be mix^^ture.
'ThePulse ..f Ifea York' will hold^the boards at the Cnion Fauillv theater^the MM tin . nights of n. xt a-eek.^Th.- play is a must, ai fares roaMdy,^ami is aaoken at \. iv highly by tb-^press of cltlea arhare M has appeared,
Tw.lves|i.c|alln ^ lire lntiodue..| dur^^ing each performance Tin- two^' Thonir'son Tots.^ aged '.^ Mtd I years,^ar^- said M he two of tb. most ph. -^nonrenal child actresses on the Anvrl-^can stage
Ahappy MfMaaal aaa that ahleh oc-^BtaVfMl at St Paul's church on Thuts- ^^day evening. In which John Ibon and^Miss Frames Pier..- ^^r- made hus^^band and wife. Both ol the young iico-^plo an- well know n in the t it y and have^a wide iir.1. of friends who will wish^MaM OMMgaed In then future lit I
We.bllng Hollqu. ^-. Ma rllmax of I
aeffeetteam fsaBtaaU I igais. liuei;^j cigar vase in town. J
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.Lightston.-^MulligaaF. H\jt Point
SubsAnaconda Juniors. Hob Davis.^Have Matthews. Hubert Plunkett^Hush School. Heffron. Hint..11
TheaaMra of the Anaconda Juniors^will ls^ red. white and blue and ihose^of the High School will he pink and^blue.
Whenyour waler pljies burst see^Young a^ DMMB, 411 Fast Park.
McHrayerwhiskey, the great family^ni In inc. sold at Kd Devlne's.
Ili^ l.argral Saloon In Monlnns Will Re^Opened To-Mghl.
To-nightHugh Daly will open at the^. ..rner of Park avenue and Hin Ii^slreets. the largi^st and most thorough^^ly equipped IMiaar house in the state^This house is MixM). making 4,iHsi s^iuate^feci of Moor room, with bas.-mi-nt of the^same size The furniture Is up to dab-^In every [.articular, no expense having^been spared to make it the most elalio-
rateat Ha kind in the Meat. Tin- first
II....i-will be used for a M^r hall, bil^^liard to.mi ami wholesale ll^|uor ^!^^-^part Meat, The basement is furnished^with family wine rooms having its en^^trance from Hlfeh street. The entire^liaise will I... conducted In a first-class^manner Nothing but tin- choices! and^most si M ' brands of laMMT and cigars^will lie handl.il The services of the^be-t vis al and instrumental talent has
la-enaeearod far this tsriaaloa At the
sametime it will lie Ihe aim of the^proprietor to continue a musical pro^^gramme of a high order every night for^the comfort and entertainment of Its^patrons. A fine lunch will be aarvei^and we Bredki a pleasant and enjoy^^able evening fur all.
WhenIn Butte lunch at Sherman's
Forreliable plumbing go to J. A.^Hasley, 215 Oak street.
fineof Hie h inds-miest and irost elegant^^ly appointed hotels In Ihe l ulled State*.^Thoroughly lirenrunf and provided with^elevators, electric bells, lira alarms, run^^ning water, baths, steam heat, open Ore-^ajacaa and all modern conveniences^H.i.iii . in -uiie and -Inglf. i'ulsine and^service slrlctl^ flrat-elass Itale^ from
tnvn par day aaarards. si nrding to slit
Bial^ haractet of rnotiM occupied.
D.^i. HHdWM l l.. Pronator.
Oucgict,Horses an J ^addl -s for Hire
Alasfroprleu-.r ^f I'mwii^i. nsrtsg* ant Ki-^pffsss Lias, fnnn ^tlsas sisd*^with all MMsV
MMaaaditabh t'n^' t ^ ^^^ I sasaM
Thetaxes of Dagy Lodge . ^tn'v sta'.^of Montana at. BOS dut gad aMI 1
pudat my offlc. in tltty hall at
Anaconda,between the hours of 9^O'eMck a. m and 1.' M . snd from I to ^^o dock p. m dally Tax's w hich re^^main unpaid at ^^ o'clock p m. Mi the^first Monday In DereMher, 1W7, will he^de.-lar.il dellnnuert and P- p.-r cent will^b ^ add. d i., tb. an. lUnl 'le n-of.
|ir HALLAHAM^Tn asun-r of 11. ^ i l^nlg-County, Stat.^at Montana.
Anaconda.Mont , Oct 1^. 1*97.
Mr,and Irs. Charles llraham
Willuk* .-htrf* ^f ths Pslars Hoist on Sot^is^t^^r 11 ^nd ' i .n tt In nr^l vial. ^.r.i^-. Ii i^^ntted up ^ t1li^ m.^a^rn mi |.r..^ ^m-n t-
gSSMIShit- ' sM 'islh fre^ l*i Sit b.isr.l#r^ ^n.t^Tortnisr* W ^ r. -imi'l hr^mr^\ sq.1 r., n fjMl I '
pormnnih,tr^i^'St, $1 ^si to SI :ai | . . ,^Our BM h Bls patdsti home Isff ah worle
Insmrnin.l th. trsrslfatpablir H. ^sltell ^^^ ir^pstrnnm' art Chas. Urshsai. Cur. Kranl^and Ctasr. Annusds.
j.nKst' Csssasrrclsl Ans^onJa
TTteer ^ : MM In Montana that does^first-clssi v^ irk la cleaning and ptaaaMg^men ^ ' ^^^^omen's dr.i
giovssand Una wearing sp^ai.l. oir^chars -* are moderate, i'oir. f ponder.ca
aritiip . MMM town.- sehatteej
NewRigs. New Horses, Everything^New and First-Class
Wri.t | i ^in^ I M)U^h Tun. * ' it '-nnin an^l^ii- h' 1' * 1 ri' I Barn
Cmr^ wc1*' ^n^l fhtrj Strrrta. Anan.^^nJa.
AMountain of Furs
WeFind Our Immense Stock of
Ladies'Fur Jackets and Capes
VeryMM h Me lame for tine lale arason, and in ^ : 1 i t. r. du^ in stuck^v. ^|||, this morning, inaugural, j.
everyMr garment in the stock. Including Frem h and Belgian Pun. ys.^French Lynx. Astrakhan. Mtetric fteai, Kngli^h Seal. W'k.I Seal, ric ked^utt. r. Matrta, Beaver, Mink, Crimnur, Marten, etc., will lw-
Harkedin Plain Figures
MMin Mue pen. I it j.iie. s such as th^ i^ his . ity have tn-ver even
CopperCity Commercial Co.
AN.vONDA, M^ N :
Anacunda's(ireatest liarjrain Store.
EveryDepartment brim lull and overt lowing- with Crisp, Bright Bargain*
Wehave had a tremendous sale of^ahaafl garments piin. liially. arhkh^had reduced that grade le a mini^mum tMi we have di-cldcd t.^ r.-.lii^ -^the price of ..ur hetter grades still^low. i In old. i In MaM the gnat^demand for a medium and .leap^gariin ni
All^ur Hi. ^l\ t-'rt and $.'. '^.lack. t^ and PapM M will M aM^ai th-- .^xti.ni.lv low price of lU' .Vi
Thisis a ran- chance to buy the^lali-ht si v ie and MM 'luality at a^vat v MaaMat.- artu
Brihave.-till hit MfM ;-n assort^^ment of Ca|iea and Jackeia, in K.-t-
asya,Baas la PVitha ami i'him-hiiias.^nicely lined and fur-trimmed, fmni^I; M to } ^^ worth dould.
\\. have Ju-t i. . .-lv.d an elegant
lin-i.f silk aYaMta, la plaids, piaia
andchaiigealile Tnff.-las. fi-.mi 94 *'j^up
Klann.-Iand Covetl CMth Waists,^all col.irs: a v. ry d.-xlrald.- garment^w.ll lin.il and trlniin-d. MaM MM^U|. to H
Separateand I nderskirts.
MohairBrocade S.-|iarate Skirl.^Well worth U .'ill Now II..in
AII-\Vimi|Cloth Sklitp. In plain or^fancy matetml. St N
BeaatifMBrocade Satin skirts,
sol.I. v. rvvvheie at |x..'^o. ^ iur price,
ilia,k Sat.--n I nd.-rskins. well^mad. In.. .I and rulm-d. [r. m Kim- up.
Ai elegant new Inn- of fancy ^^i|-^nred Knit I ndersklrts. from $ 1 19
I.adi.^' and Children's L nder-^wear and Hosiery Dep't.
CMMraa'as. ..t.-h nuy Knit i'n-
aVi w .-ar frmn ir^- up.
l.i.li.-s Natural Meal Knit Cnder-^wcar, H^in .'.'m up
An. l^ tart ii!i^- . f M u^lm i 'hernlae,^NMM Ooaraa ami lirawers, at re-^Mm ad aracaa fai I ^da \
Ladles \\ ....I It^. I.'-, and up.
Childrenn Heavy Hose. I Mi^and up.
Aregoing like hot cakes Nothing
ini..w u to . ompare w ith them, both^in ,i^^, i tn.- n' and price.
FofChildren and 1j^.1i^x In Thibet,^Ai.goia ,i i l.nuli.1 W....I. An ele^^gant aaaoftM.-nt of |t.^^ in ^^^-^irhh. Thibet and C.sks' Feathera,^at r. du. ed prlcee.
Wehave Just received a targe aa-^anrtmeni ^.f I-idles' Wratipers. from^ii... up lo $:, ii.,. .ill styles and siaes.
Agentafor standard Paper Patterns.
;A Rare Chance J
t For Sale at a Sacrifice t
CLASSIii ED BI 'SlNFHg DIRECTORT.
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Obl'^vor.il .^ Term- l'n^ ,.'ii IVr^feat in.per l^^ ii..- I.^,i
piI v .,|, I AN AN I ^ SLRHKON.
i k iv.i.ii. ^ ^die. hours, 3 te
ll. ^ tu 4 and 7 to 9 p in.^It.st.l. lie tlT Cherry stn-et.
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tTHORNTON ^ WELLCOME
S..tg.o to SiArm. Hospital.
-th. a ie st tuMontana HatoL^T. I. phnne N... 1.1Anaconda Mont.
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Room7 Bank Building
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Thefollovvltig Made vv.re nle^l f..r rec.^^ ml In the clerk and ni-order'B office^v ^ st.-rUay;
Ke-tnaVhmidtBrd lu Patag V'aliton
EO.LHKEF^I n I rtakar and Lmbnlmtr
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vinoustppln nn.ii ^^ :i.n;ii.
I'.ft. Land OftV ^-, ll- l^ n i Uolitana, ^K-
t.iisr fa. Ma
Nnllnin In r. by mv t, tl..it Joseph l*e- I^tern, w hose p..-i Hi. - addraM Is Alia- I
aaaaaMattaaa has this aai Mai ^m ap-
aaCallnntor a pat. nt for I ^ lunar feet,^I hi aaaw ha Ing for ^^.^ Mat hi a nortiii-ast-
.rly and vli feat in a southwesterly dlrec-^MM Meat th^ p. int M MMwl un the^Mi ^ ^peach i.-i. mining ^ laim. sltuat.-d in^Oaargeteara mining district. MM Lodgp I^^ eietv. Mont.ii.;i in.- position, .hiiik.- and^^ ti nt of th* said mining claim .1 - . ^ I^nati-d by un nOl.lal survey thereof, as^Fur. No. Zi'si. township No ^'. north,^r.ing. No 1.1 west, a plat mid notice of^wlm h ^.i^ posted ..ll th- ^ laim Ih^ l^ttl^^Iiic of ^^ tolx-r. IsST and b. ins more par.^ti. ularly Bat forth and d.s. t ts-d In th*^efflclal tb Id notes and plat He reof nn
ih-iii this r.m.. as fattain*, io-wit r
ginningat the northw.sl mrner a er.,^^^.Xi. on n griimt. boulder tn place :x:^. ',
f.*-t sis.vr* groun.i. Btttaaaaad by hserttg^tr.es and mark-.I I-1MI, for .^rner No 1^from which th.' Inltml po ut No 1 It. ii !s^distil. 1 bears ii- nit '^'. d. gr.es M ml nut-^^east i.Tln.2 feet, aBd running Mat south^:^ .1. sr-^^ ^ min.i'e, ^list 'J'' f.. ^^thmrc south IT d. ^r^.s Jt mlnubs an st^1 Un fi ^ t th' i.. ^ ii. ill. v .|.. ^ ^ s I. min^^utes W. t a^l f. .', i' ^ i ^ .111 t; de.
araaa^^ mlnut.-s east I ^ f. ^ t to curn^r^No :, th^ pl.t. . of b. uln'.'tig. . ontatmng^an ana of 17 19 acr^ ^ from a'll-h i^m rea In conflict with Sur Ma MM are
aaeMaedand aM MaMi ,! laatrMg a Ml^area of KM seres claimed by the above-^named applicant for pat. ut. of w l.l. h I. U^a i s il- i- ^ ^ inflict with Mir, He - M
Thelocation of this nun.- i.i r- i -1^In th- . tl; ^ ^I the record, r ^^' I ^. ^ r^Lodge i'ltmty . ti p.ig.-s Pd r^i ill in^l^ ks 2 and ^ f ipiarta records.
TheadJolni-K ^laim^ are it. It inn. r^bale, fir Noon the north. I i.i ys
Unlet,placer. S ' No. J.MM. ..u it-.- sou'll.^and the Eva*ulna Star lode. gur. No ;' I tsi,^and the Charlea S Parnell lada. Hur Ma^I,all in tin Man John l^aly apple at.l tn
MeMa C^X IL k -ter.^Jo^ ph II ll .rp.r. U, g. Claim Ag-nt ,
griinamL Haga H B Maa MM k. c.
Chambers Mai. - I' 1 F^S rgeant. \\ M. Thornton.
HOGE,DALV ^ CO., Hankers
ANA'''-m'a montana^Bar and sell Peataatl Bad FaraMfl Ki-^abars- and transact a Oaaanl Harking^Iluslne.. ' 'oil.-, lions prumpr|^ attse ^J^to I'jrl: iiis'c Ji *n on Lon.lon. Ild-n-^bare Qlaagew, Dublin Baifaal PafM,^Han i is garMl and all His leading^eiti^B of Ma*apa
RationalPark Hank .. New York
On.ahaNational Hank Omaha
FirstKatMaal Baah M p.. .i
Wslls.t'.irito lit i'oBan i'lan.-ls. o
Hogs.Ilrownlee a 'Jo Hutte
'liable Hrns ^ Ca .Tier I i I
t'II ^l Ml M s
ofCnlrago u: Uoom L corner Mala M.
andC immerrial avsaaa, Anaconda. Moat.^Prattles limited lv curonic dlscaaes aad
.it - iltstlors.
FLUMHINli.ateam and Hot Water^Hratina tl^-iimat^s turnlshed on applies*^Hon Address J. A IIA^UT. Ui Oaa^lataaC .'.i. .^ .ii. Mont.
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M M. UONOUHI E.
sr Am e ond i.
TillH KAL BVBNT^MM Night Unl^,^Saturdav,
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AMILAI^\ Ol AK1I TTi:
Ina lallghlfal p'..gr.inim. .Mir y lr.-.^^Irnnt dullness and consisting ot Lad)^yuart. it.^ VtoMa aad V'..cil gol .s Man-^dolin and Oultar Club. Comic aad gerioua
Keadlns*s etc el. .. etc.
gale. f seats opens Friday m irning at
Ia'eMak at the Ma Smith Drag Co. a.^K- gular prie s.
NcnnI nionl amilv I heater
Ani'* ti'ia forttft v Kvant Halls^I^. k V ^ if., -i M^ut^v-^-
WetkC^^rnm n.in^ loti la^ , Nov. jo
SttU'iJ ^^1 ;mm\ 1
51^it ['^^^'^ ^u^iUfiuaialcr ^f Wr#k
Krt-iti,i tt-.***** t*^. **^^ it^.NMi-. timttnts* jirxin^!^t ti.mwf\ .mI mmjM ^! Ifct hlnr tn l^ru
Co^ iMMffM Ke^uUr M^tiurr^ *^^^. an^l hun.
A'Stwdard* Clarified^Adv wttl supply your ajatUi
117Main street. AimI.i. i oll.-e'loni
promt'l^ atti nded te.
v.. IgaehMfaaa ha, i.^:t.^I'. 8 Lai d .nil li'.uu, Molilalia, IX-
tub.r il. in;.^Kotio la hereby siv.i that Joseph Pe-^tera, wh. - poatofBoi audress la Ana*^ronda. Montana. I.as this day Hied aa age^plk-at i.n l.u a patent for l.jM linear feat,^tie same being for lu feci In an easterly^and I ITma westerly dinction
fr.-mHie point of discovery on tb^ John^a I. . Praetbia l id- mining claMw^tltuat ' m unorganla J mining diatrtct,^1A^r i....lg^ county. Montana, the poet*^isaid mining
., l.-e anut. d bv an . fllcial survey^^ ^ ..f as gur. Notownship No. I
north.a | N^. araat, a plat ajid no-^t ..f h a.is ;.'s''.l .ti the . aim oa^th.- l^th day of Octohae, 1^^T and being^m i p.irtl ulariy s. t forth and or-^sctibed in th^ 'fllcial field notes aad past^thereof on til^ In this office as follows. tu^^aril li- gialnng at the northeast oaf ar. %^a- 11 iti -t n. i^gltkT inches set St inches^deep, altneaead by bearing trees, aad^aiarhed l-llal for mrner N^. 1. from^which Mltlal point No. . a this dtetricl^Ik irs south ti degreea M aunutea eaM^^ feet, a-iJ running thenc nureh HI^I ki,.^ is init.ul.s west 1,is^ leet: tn*n^.a^. ith - ^ !v Bllnubes west iso fse^;^I hen - south *l degrees il minutes east^. north M iegreca u aun*^,^^ 4 ,.,-^ i.: [^ ^ t lo cotn.r No. 1, tut^at beginning ceatalntag an area^of t at acres, claim- 1 by the aoovv*^nam. .1 IM cant for patent^The ^ atlou of this ni.ne is recore.d M^! Ih. cfBvi of th. recordar of Dser Ladgg^i county un pagu 3U tn boos S of uuaftg
Th-..I.'oinli r ^ la ma are gur V^. S.tas.^t . R|n Bravo tel.- on th. north, gur.^\.. ^_^ ^ True American lode on tna^r.ist. .rtl Snrv.v No twt, ihe John A^I n i 1. .ni the south John Pal) ag*^all- .'it m ^at,^ aa*^ s f
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.'- i.l tt Harper. I' ti ^ ,i:m Agent.