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ber Ammrom = a~s NEW~ In -Tb Tygreamou." The primes of ao ow ere vmUIWWI T18bef wom sold at amedow. a"d the -OW WGIS mat .auNSvOMga, Ye~t Wmd. Swemt to eew the amuiew on the part of am - pwo to mew umuederful wamar UWmarybodhbd hommoi of her expeits. and ROM h aSter s~he parked the Old nueawhv hub. Anmog her vopim 6m 3 was .b ouI~ med -"om. Mouton in lbb veWla," mikfus hp Chai~e P. T. Weuu, a HONSOU of e daY. Km.s was hemaullu and coodd wing fafrly, buit her "ttpker 3)sinW wasn her taromm.. its effect upon an emiloewe was waedesfu, sand ahe won fm o repoat It mm y dou tmes of an "mfiing that, frmutter ebshamation. she would abooahatel ref urn to senme &vain "aPon the sageg unlear the appa. a iilronstlauied. It y'oua have never genthe lpider Dane" let m give you a d. .eu4pdem t it: Up wet the et urta, snd am Coes ola Meats, suene ty th awe dress edle. like is acedpl Ie a ea a ne ofd as nsur dcolor as Jamep's eoat, and stands for an lastant full at Sr. and action and abandonh and all aglow with the eache. meat the .emieng dance. Sbhe apparent ty repreemats a country girl walkitg aeems a measdow grewn, wit tall mras held together ly spider webs. ina be appears to step into aone a those bugs m.e at pMosus Oumnd in the meadows during the warm Wmornins of spring. She eusnomets to dance, and the cobwebs en tangle her cloth.s. The matyide of sp d , yo old, and half grow, hbegina to -r*orles. T e musie-- slow, mease ed, but baselnatng mtalute of waitesa, polka, maswrka, sehosttaes aud Jig, contorms to the step, or else the step conforms to the music, pyou can't tell which. The splesrs aceumulate and the damueae stuamp.. Ther appear In swarmsu-yaou can lmagine anondeerspes with two Seyes--hairy monsters with Ave elawed hel~s s by and .um,-g about the stage. tspont 'a . eriss, and would o mak phatls wt bat sse esma to take It coolly that oase .comes to the eoselneom that she is for then." After a series of es maeer ad shakngoat dresses, she sueesebs in gettaing the intruders out of the rwayr. ,She amuut. stamps daylight out of millons i then and does i wrlt saue cadset.. The picture winds up with stages -erw d .appi -and smashed ipde.s, and tore chbwebs. ad nedlant w pati skirts, snU. graces -id glory. She was an Irsla woman. The city of Limerlick was we hirthplace. Her nmother was a Creole, of ,panih blood, and her father was an -Irm4h an.y o~ficer. The two were married when she wa only and he SO years old, and Lola wae corn two years later, their only child. She was christened Marie olor.w. Elila Ro.sanna Gilbert, and Lola war merels a diminutive of Dolores. She went on the ate a a dancer in Paris, at the Porte t Martin Theater. There she led the writers of the press cptive in her train. Upon two of thene- - vallson and she lbe stowed her favors prett frely, with the reslt arousin jealsy between them. A duel was foght in Lola' presence, and ouerrier wars lkWed. Louas I. King of Bavarla fnll In love with her at once, andl she became the real movereign of Bavaria. Abel, the devout Roman Catholic statesman, was thes prie minalister of Bavaria, and he itterly .pa.ed Lola and her Influence over the Sbutt in valan. Nbhe had him removed romn o eel and for a time she msade amnd ansmade eanets at will. Munich, and, Indeed, all Bavaria. became divided into two actionstermed Lolais and anti Lolaiss. iotroke out, and civil war at one time seemed Imminent. For a time Lola held her ground. bhe had herself created Cou.nte. of Lansfleld, and then retired to a villa on Lake (onstance, Switserland. Lola next returned to Eng land, more famous and more admired than ever. After a brilliant social/career she was married to a Mr. Heakl, a rich young gentleman of good famil . In 11 she came to Ane rlea. Lola Montes took to the lecture r-nom and ap -pered in January, 1m10, in "John Bull at home." The po!'al touched upon were LO c ic skIe of Er lieh ch*aracter. ips and American cu aracteristics, the org in of natolnks. roguery. Englirnla -lnt ullnlal.led, ittl a. p''ep at ih lantries. lHer leiture was in ... In 'all l'rnia Lolta nlarr ial a H. .fromn wh she was afterward davy- -ed. Then bise wen.t to Australia and lecturd, gividur all tIer reeliits to two sufferrs in t,-. Enilish arllny in the (rllnean war 1She olntinued Ile'turing until about -taIly, 1800. Previous to that she hlad e- ;.esnd great (dread that sth. would die .a an alinlhouwl . To g.lartl agailnst t' .I', lew p)olrnlil at Iitldy frienll to elnd to ry* every day ,tr slatry. ()i 1 her ,st to .' .1w receivedl ,25 for .(eac(h letaiU ew d-live 4, and had al l'l h exar*rns1s lu. "1. She '"pt her pronlli.e, and whlrt'n shie it w,.ad the lady had u.$1,tl) ila ti'he batik for btI. After her rtirimnlnt rInrh l' went to .rve in Astoria. Two -iyears later swIrn sine to live with the family of an old Mend Isaac BuchIanan. now a florist at o. 4 Fifth Avenue. ()Inie night during u she left her homne lit was thwe 17thl to return to her own in Waverly Place. That night she was taken with an pleptic t. From this lshe l.a. r fully r awsiesed. She always firmly helieved she bad been polioned. On the night she was mu sichk she was greatly excited. She M e her will and all arrangesuents for uneral. She was taken to Howe's ..oit, As~ ra, L. . She recovered a little, but was never well again. After a time she returned fromn Astoria and went $0 live on Seventeenth street. helow Eighth .a.rue. New York. Here* she spent her dys and died. Lola Montes. or Glhbert. as she wished to he called, in her own homne January 17. 1M61. funeral took place from Mr. ku n's, No. 9 West Seventeenth street. iher illness. when well enough. she drive to the dMardalen Hone onl .ghth street, and reacl to tiwe iris. lied to say that she wanted to do all r to reform them. In her will, ting what shoulel Iw spent for her she directed that all the retidlue tate he given to tihe Home. which I . It amsounted to only $:U1). Ju.t. all tlhat was mortal of Ier was posited in Greenswolod enmetery. g tbe nwmeer of her family. alnd by those who had been the her youth. shel was muchl hap she could lhave been thad lse midst of the palatial splendor as so long her glory amnd . Though disabled by and deprived of all claims to worldly principles, upon association she Iere found a friend, whn soothed her dy ts, and led her to take refuge tioa of tle ('hristian faith. Dr.)Hawks, on being requested her, was frequently at her ed-~ g ave her the benefit of lhis Instrctis as if she had been owna foek. He ofciated at her and Mr. Brown, who hal at U- - m-rri rnr /aw u , hublv a. .bqmmms. s ha Jinsh al ýmwd Kati a wualublack hair whoam a wa asy The. ~weraM U.S~wISSS' lash a- she ha~ Mmbft ..Nb wa marbbtee t rhu "`' a woman who will lwys Iw i the nmrar f uy one who kmurw hy. Why Ea U.mWr naow g3m. Frem the rLP MLes. Jasl. It I. said that wesme ar es.srially perone bet ewaon bae ball. A couple e well known In sportlag cieles In a are said to have goen to a hall matle not long siae, saul there to have irset another couple of choke spirits, a mana aid his wife who were almost as much lrves. to sportisag lifeas tbemneslves. In the emaurse oa the afternoon the crire. mset wagaed apa and the gentle.me bet with a good deal of vigor. The ladle.s nothing loath, followed their euample, amd ly the time the game wasrn cosluded a coniderable anssaut of maoney bad beesu. waged.ti r. A. bId all the afernoos bee ttig m the ato nin nd to his get disgut he found hltmeli a Iomer. the bo Wteane hving failed to rort' a victor. On the way haome he eomsplaied to his wife of his bad luck, addling that .e had lest nmor money than he knew how well to spare jest thena. "Oh that is all right." his wife re o-wded "I won from Mrs. B. Just as much as you lokt to him, and I told her we'd trade the two things ofi and call it assemre."~ "Why ow did that happena " her hue. hand asked in surprime. "Well," was her reply. "I knew the other tean warn ure to win, and I mat where I could hear you bet. So eveg Btime "ou at up anything I covered it ".at," persisted her other half, "wlat in the world ma.ll you think the ou.-ot town nine would win ? You uaid hefore hand that you sh.rkld hack the Bostoes.." "Oh! tyea, . ppietd Mrs. A with femi ailanhe; t"te a.aasmnt that I maw what a l r straight nose the .dhrtstop had I ooldnt hbear to have the neaten, andl so I bet on them." Whatever her humhand thought of her logic it would have been mnantfetly ona arateful in him to object to her nmethnI of betting when it helpel him out of an awk ward place. THE LOCAL MARKET. Tlh.e *Juweaei6sn Are Revi.d aun (mar rrce.d Kwery Day. Mu ar-4&iranualtw. per pe, "" 'iht Imlwrn. $Min; pealvrrtacl H & A, New lurk. 13..v; Meast l'olfei - t strg~1 green ItMle,1lIý ('oCa t-Ies. a1t.$r Jhi r aii 4h Morha. 37Ee.41; roweled K and ('adeta Itbea. ±%to*. 27c; novuad ('trlo. 3k; ruvoe'd Mowha anil Java, vsflm0; Attehrklýta, 31r. Teuas-Jajvina ml4lb1"" Ens 1.hbrcakfaesL. Ubi'. l.9: tiunpowek.r. 4fleýS1 exntra Young Sty tIM~rkh'-r keg, Is. "1 :'; 7ec, *j.UI: :is, 4jj10Y; Timothy seal-ar- cwt. t. Nailer! * :"e rkair. 11gw.r. per 4-u. SeNfcdAS liegter.Iwr Ub, eZ4Pr. r $1.0 dito licd, o bxes ta psekage. ?'1eh0. "alt lake for, aprlcets, 00: evagmratcej dhil., 101c: ~teaekWtrr es.tWe. rasplwrrfea, Xew. California fruits, ls C: coo 4rit Vast,. (alsteandard (nals. . $3A,411. 1er e. 3-10 Mltanelare turn, $9e.524v1 ,lnb lwtaarel cema,2. 3-l lwwtaavIatJes. ,1.lvi: ueeeefelea tL7.L 1}1 SanlardosL S..1) bea n.. 52.e75 2-1s strin g a~ ou hmr Uf hriedNewa.-Naivy. $0.uI per too Ia; Linma 57 410: Ilayete. $041 Wheat. Ne. I Iwr lev ls. 12.01. (Icmi. eraa ktree, per lRI 1s, *1.751. BIan, per oo Ia, 51.0; bran ani ahloruts iwer too la S ~lvi b cfucr-1Per lam h I'lbllsturra. hIct. $1; I tºgteci $.141: lMtraguer "1)le~y." *3.EN . ('t rn mal. lar EMIm 1s. S±.'l0. flat meatI, leer 1410 5 la, 5410 lare--tll,. Fresh alerts-Pewk use: I(seef Wi44tP; Lammab. quarters s7:'.c(V.l.4Mi; Icemmttamis 7Gu It., . salt Meal. 1 a111 IteKi!" W; twein lr*.; ewrnt.I" beef lt"e; poerk lith; sewuage- 12',61 tIr. t ciii-- Per toin. hard *19c. aectI5cvp Weuaw- Per wrci 54.'.i. luty - Pe-r toni 3.!%.E. tnraw- Per Waite 812.415. (lacte - Per rwt. S2.EMI. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. THU%44 %IH\IIIY. 10:20 A. M. Freom., the' P4.eetlm. Fast :a1+ 1 WV.1 leaivs 112t t." alt s::II :ri A. . , 44n11i4.lt a 4 i % .'r 1i14/w 11:44 A. M.t. wilti.' (the' utah & N.,rtlee Et11a wluv '.. 11 :311 A. Mi.h'ru tIe.' Nortl admi 1:as I.e: e', (pr %11 :sr. 4mn,,ts alt I 3a3-ris,4m witl th." Noiilert ,, I1 Pactfic fre .4m Ii e1l"ila. 'I s,' ,44lac Iii aw the, hitter ka...t Ita4iIU ae. 61,'X0 1'. M. i, m, hu 4t".M. aeth, 141 r.a"t fIr.e'14 Built.' 4 :3i. Silv, Itaow 4:14, (tregsa.a '. 4 (11. N.. canlgae' at 44111:11. 3425 5'. 116. Fh~romme i. North, Fast. 44.e.1tl :11mel %'t'at- Bntt." 7:31. M lº41- I1..w' 7:44. It'."cv prns7: '1. 4 e~t.l44,'tM at 4 a.rri-~u, wit It No~rthe'nn h',aa"ifl, fre,., K"aml 1rane.'l%.a.. P..mt Helenar. Mt. Paucl suul Eastern Mttatcli . THAI\K IeIV'.AHt. " A. 31.-F-er wM 14 1 and Nuortlh-Arrlve'a at Oregon at N:=p. slver Ilaiw s:.m, BIutt.' M::n,. Warm hlplrnare 9-00, Ia'ar eA. 9:. 4:arrLuau 1o0:0. (amniaf. at (tarrtmm with N,.rth,'ru Pm.'l-e for Helena, Ia1rtuaºnnmna . Mlaseamla. I'hIIlhiuaturg. and all poinits on the Hitte'r ItuIet 1"68 A. 11.--For the nuath-('hange ears at Stuart for irrgt oo n11 :1. Milher how 11:1t anal Butte 12 01. 3,16 P. 11.-For Noth nl an Mucth-Arrivae at Elra'gmmI 3rat $hVerC Itai :1:47~. Hull.' 4:144. Warm e Mplmgui 3:112. I Deer Ilrte 4:141 anid / sr ralum at 4:401 '. M. ('onneats at alIrrlimm wilth the Nerilthern a'lu'fle' Ftast to St4. Paul aniE ESuetern t'tates anal Waest to TaIomIa, P'nrt land anal hMan Fraiualwe.e. 6110 P. 11.-Few 11w r onuth - Arrnve. all at (:reg at Gi:k2" .l4ier Ihlgw 11:4.. HIatt.. at ' 4, P. M4. ('emne'tg. at SLlver Ileiw with 1'tah, & No~rthelrnm faIr Ih'nwe-r KanflLeaeue liy WI bium.i', aalnld tie.' Euatern PStai , s.na fr limer West o Portlaind antMal 43 Franeisa'm. BORN. AK.ISI.I 4i-4M T a ..ninw 1 It::ý ,'vmInwk 1t, Mr. and Mr%. (Ihirrli, A...inga a ha'E. Warm Spring Li Stable. The FifleR Turnou in naou-dn. New and e LANDAUS, BU AND CARRIAGES. FINE IHEAI1mE. Our SADDLEr HO ESR for LauIes and Cent's are the Finest in the new I(at.. CHAS. W. FRENCH. Proprietor. First street. West of MaiD, Anaconda, Mout. JELL, HILL & TH RIEN, Contractors a Builders. I.timates Furnished on all Clasw1~ of Work. Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda Have Been Built by this Firm. deukms k4I fer JodhbInt I. Y. Kilhv' Hatw bLndwr f4 will pr4ve PewMnpL apt*-athnm. JELL, HILL & THERRIEN, ANACONDA, - - MONTANA. J. L. H R I LTO N. Whlteuakt and l sU dl sr in Staple and Fancy eries and Provisions. (GtMI n. d low p. arw. M*CPC IL. iLTINT )N TO T PoMIL.V TftR.D Maim Street, Aae - - - Opposte Opera Hese. MO FIANA, Anaconda, Montana. OPENED JULY I. 1559. inw of theb IiU bI$IlIIti 4II4 1 fulnd t"ItWImlitly up Iiinttti h~afei In tihe I'galtSl Ntaten. Ttattatatly flat mnt nti. Iand rtattlI ujla wth "Iehatu.. ekt itrt Ia.Ila. flr alanna nanuing watelr. "amiha'. calun hwat. .1w* n fin. Igalati suato hII .aa4aahrn eamn1eta Lc ne*t. It*tailama att1it" anti wulIngh·. Cuiaaia. aunta wrrvlr utrlttly filrl-e.a. Watt* faotata $3.50 per Day Upwards. autling i In tlie Miand hurstar tat of ngna ta i tjicd. Earl. HAHAI'AI)I. Manager. FRENCH CHOP HOUSE, YIRStT WTItKET. ANA(CONDIA. F. B. IIU !,k1ES & CO., ripl.n~li~ nn~a. finn, I. ..A.M.E 10 121. MV.. at l~rit't% fr.aN, ? ."P wei Upii. Goor! luniches Servg'd ait anp /oa of h~rtF/ic Irla.'; or Ne t 'x. First Street, Near Oak. scrrrvit is p/ro/ a,, / rrrt . Jiain arnd S~ero,,d .';Sfreais SAM PRAMENKO, - IEAL.R I - Fresh Game, O rs and Fish, L quors. Cigars. andies. Nuts and Fruits. Butter. Fresh Eggs, and COUNTRY * PRODUCE -A '4PUI, AL.TY - Iakt First Strm't. An:rtium ,. Mlit. r ELEGANT FURN ED ROOMS THO D· _ ONICO. THE HANDSOMEST IN ANACONDA At Itelu nattle IitalI-. Manui -,tt"I. Near Front. ('HIAM. IEItT 'llI. READ'S DR GV STORE, MAIN REST, Ana..rtu .i r. Muutana. RS. The Esto &Connell LUMBER CO. largeut aid lest Ausrtumt of Llber In Deer Lide Cuty. I.ATI. ,&SIINcag.S, I. wNINW4 ANt M4blHl.l1 INEM AI.WAYSi IX I'TIOK. ALL ORDERS P LY FILLED. tM i. *111l )anrt Irar mttrl h .N, r.apt ..f the rare*1MI 'JsII 1cm AgUtiauume. netatamie. WN41l' luAU. AIW %1% T1% k. h. WM. L. HOGE, P nt. Wm. 'horato Ca r. Furst National Bank ---- aor. ANACONDh. MONT. Iles atl sell Ikmeurntk. and YmrelN,. ~Irs uaaog." a1nd trauisit a wemwnd Iuaasklamgg lu,.nIsw. t'edl."t~mite Imnuat~ni uc alb-Nor b. FE\ .rhaaig drawn eme. I/iekm. Eldlesh rg. 4l;ammuI.w. leusmun. elifast. I'arte. ltanelmmemg. B·rlin uat all time HOGE. BROWN E E .. BUTTE. Wem1ls. Farpzn IC tin,., New..r %%4;ls1. iargmst & 1m.. Wault ai~L.. 4 lualmahu Nall.. l lBanaL. 4 'tlmumiu M. rPImamt M" N atl uinsal Iltam. Ilm·legna. ('lurk K lratIsi,.. INsr Iyit:. l irs \ntlinsimel Ijenk. 4 stmaimte, I 'Umim Nat lemtui Itamek. 4 bsmsum. Nmlmm, Fargo .s & 44.. Wattm lrammmisma.e W. P. BURROWS. CENTRAL +/\RKIFT 'ITh, la l/ P'irS..- / I"1,. /,, r sil/y . Iu I. k' t ii. th. ¢'"itl. THE ANACONDA N TORIUM THE FINEST PLUNEE J H IN THE STATE 'h." water i fr m *n to sares fe'.t .10"1g.. ald i k.l4 at ei l tenE.erateare.. I Ire l~vMa resegE, for all. Private Baths for Those Who Wish Them. mingle Halths :1'.. !º It.a1 Ticket.. A;.1 .: I hllr.ir, uslde*r I l. year, ..l wreset. % ..t .".-eetael treel. e U . tIhl 'k frelo. the .Muo tassi IIt. .1. I:F::º. II. .A% AItF, . Mllanalgr. A. 7 rN r4LI. '% II.1r.'3.V AI. Y A% ~HIt \ 1.1 I. S% Iti 1% CHOICEI:AM 1.11 . GRCERIh%. (;ofº 11' Sr.v:.S. L.lyI nigsl .1 .'1º Iu. ii..s tIC *1 .IP I.1JI1 .I&' A1.J (~'/(.1 Kt.. Anaconda Livery Stable Buýx' ies. Sa and H ree: f( Ylire.. (+.mul k-eI.iii 3iiA w e w'ith &lI,,1 trali'.. (Pff1re anti stabl. lFirst %trvert. Anaa.~.tna. M. First Street, ?4ear 1ai - Anaconda. DRUGS, FAN Y GOODS, ETC. Particular Attention Given to Pre scriptions. ANACONDA ST .TDARD SUBSGRIBE OJR IT .OW * 0@** IT IS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED NEWSPAPER IN MONTANA. * /7' : 1/). /." .S i S.i!). A hadS /Ihc most -comp/e/c'l i<,'S S'.Iict'e ii /he . or,/h z 'c,.s/. In addition to the rY;;u/air .-I ssoct'lfed Press dispatc/hes it has a specia/ , 'ie cx pr,'ss/' It) co'er f/h' ,tilnat ',,d e's f/i-,1 e'Z't'/'' t/lid/ir't ? f/' S .te'. The Sr-l.vl'i, w'i//ll t o its r'teade'rs :'c','1' ddl,,' all/i' the ,'tt'/aii to pol/itics 0/or t t/t' busin5tess a i SOcl/,ial l4/ c /f the day. 7-1', fhe JS .'z .,'he *'/trfi apaigw. o "i n rt'4 If /it . /" one t/ol//lr a mon/h. J()HN , ,"TRITZ, -M PINW + KENTUCKY WHISKIES. WINES AND) LIOUORS. Pure Calitirnia \\'ines arn4.,lrandiie: a Spjecialty. SOLE SHIP R OF PABST. FI, r crly Phil. lit t Irw in, (. ... Celebrated Milwaukee Ky'' and I1;,ttlced lclc'r. .\1. the I.ict Tonic. .\ full line ,it liar (l s- arc. Ila-,ks. Etc.. ctntantlv 'on hand. P'rotilt delliv.ery to all part: if the city free of charge. Remember tlhe place. stone lHuilding. \\''et [lir-t Street. .\naconda. Mont. ANACONDA FU NI E COMPANY. 1'.t4**1rr"y tlha larui..t Uand In-Iit I S urniture in this part of Motanta. Come and see Our B. -Room Sets, Parlor Sets, Lou ng , Chai.rs, Etc. 'pIIolte*rinag and, .ll kindsl of rfpairitlg prompntly done. We Invite yeo to Ia spa-.t our stuck of .,..CARPETSP . Thel : Argst assortznent and best gouda in town. The only exchl.u.i .y 1-'matle sture in Anaconda. w. wn.slUrHn. Pv.pýdt .