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MOW VOTERS ARE MAOE
tb4 UM.~ S'mt o..to bumui~aL .Ieinosm to be be" i. hýiaM .. l o w ...v dI. Ubabst k il w an Om r.. mmmd. i an su-. ..r -t- min l.3 pasra .ba mm bth ad"" t low a~l ar tle tbonor .e *..tlrt. as a perrolr wbo am tben S.-.s as~ea unisr tlUr law of the Mrnihav .b be omdtabd to rt.. The hm.. d at rr-- o- -I .m . ball ap. - -errr sad clerka fa .riLb poiaig raw wleft o printed an Ow tickt b iapa I. the ballot box the womld ·Fr thu Cmmdltmatlas, or "Against the ('on el..uhIu." The votes cast at this elcrtion shall .e rcavassed not later than IS days threew after, or moneer if the returns from all the peacsres have heen receiveld. and in the meaner presritrd by the laws of the ter rtry of Monrtana. The returns shall he made to the ecretary of the territory. who, with the Governor and the C('ie Justiek, or a majority of them, shall aon utiltue a hoard of canvasser., who shall maset at the olce of the $e.'otary of the terrtory on or before the thirtieth day after the election and canvass the vote and declare the reult. STATIC or Wt1Ra TO am Cle 3Amr. On the smne day in October ther shall he elected in Montana a Governor, a UIeutenant Governor, a Secretary of State, an Attorney General. a State Treasumer, a Sate Audilt r a State Supe. intendent of Public Instruction, one ('ief Justice and two Associate Justices of the u Court, a Judw e for each of the J districts established by this ('on stlttio, a C('lerk of the Suprernae (Curt and a clerk of the Distrrct ( curt In and for each couty of the State, and the memhers of the Legislative Assenhly pro. vided for in the constitution. The terms of oeCers uo elected shall hbegin when the State shall he admitted into the Unia.m mad shall end on tle first Monday In Jan uar.., 1Mm except as otherwise providkled. There shall he elected at the sann time one Re-repentative in the Fifty-First Con. eram the United States. The votes for the above oficers shall he returatd sad cmnvased as is providedl by law. and returns dall he mande to the "Meetar of the territory and clanvsmed ina te sane e manner sand by the sane hasard s is the vote Upoa the constliutlosa, eweopt as to clerk of the distrat court. (.`t'1NTY AND O.WNMuIP OIPCraRga. There shall also he elected at the same tlne the following county and township nlleer.: Three county coannaisloners one clerk of the hna.d of county comanl.i sbloer. and es-ofitio reooder. one steriff. one county treasurer, one county stuperial tendent of connnash schools, onwe county nu.rveyor, one co.tr asessor, one corn ner, one public adrnlalalstrator, une cousaty tteorney, two justices of the pwace and two constsbles for each township. The rnms of o ofce for the athov named oft er bsall hegin upon the admulissio of the tstate ai end upon the first Monday of Jamuary A. D. .INS. except as to ounaty treaasur, whose term shall bhegin on tlh flrst Monday of March sucreeediag his election., and end on the firet Monday of Mas. h A. D. 111N&, alnd also as to couasty com.mlmssoner whorle trenn aReotherwise providd for in the costitation. SThe vote of the habove rousnty andt town ship officer and for clerk of tbe* Ii)trict ('aourt sbal be returned anil canvasimd ad certlfitrate of ele.tion to maki oflkerm Lmmesd Uas I now vkkvd lV law. Note of the electn for the adopton . wr o4' lhse costitutiou ..r State, d county asad township officers sball be given lr thre everal BDods of Coeant Commisaloners in the amnse msan er as noaUe of general elections for de. at. to.Cmagress asd county oleicers is re 10dto te given by the existiag laws of The proviluof o thi ordinance aply eay to the election and to the o fers ed on the first Tuesday of Oct(htbr, YOU MUST BE REGISTERED. WUan the tw ape Abust P Wrems 4 WWhe Nave a ightL o o Ve. The law providkles that every person ap plying to be registered must suberithe to this oath: "I do solemnly swear that I am a citlean of the United States, or have declared ny intention to brecne a cltilan, that I am twentyone years ol, and will actually have been a resident in MontaUsa for six months ansd in the county thir ty days next preceding the day of the en suinr election, and that I asm not regis tered elsewhere in Montasna." This oath will not be required of any voter who has take the ma s e in a former registration. When a naturallsed citi.rs, or a person who has declared his intention to tbecumel a eltie.s. shall appl for legistrton, his erdtifiate ofr aturaliultion or certificate of intention to becolxe a citiaen, or ctrtl -edaeýr thereof, must t pruxlducle and mst.me, or written i. I ink by the registry agent, with such registry agent's nlam' sad the year and county wlw'r-. )w,mttatld. but if it shall satisfactorily appear to tlhe rgistry ag~nt by the oath or afltrmnation rthe applicant (and the oath or afnnma tio. of one or muore credible citieuls as to the credibility of mrch applicant when. deemed anecessary) that such certificate of atuaralisation, or certifirate of declara tion of Lntention to hecome a (itien., or a certified copy thereof. is lust or destruyerL or beyond te reach of the applicant for the time beingl , aid .stry agent shall e the mnaue of d applkicat unless ba-o b law otherwise disqllualifed; vided. ts n case of failure to Cproduc the eertlcete of naturalisation, or eartifl eat of declaration of intentuio to h.conte a elties or certified copy thereof. the a agent shall propound to him the questions: First-In what year did yol come to the United States? Sec ond--In what state or territory, county, est ad yeardid you declare your intesi are to becn.e a citise? " Third- -In what ate or territory, county, court amid rear Syou finally adlnitted to eiti.na.J lp? Vueirb-Where did you lat see your ac. felate of naturalisation, or your c rtifl eats of declaration of intention to become a eliuan, or a certified copy thereof ? The answers to the above questions shall bhe taken down in tbe form of an attidavit, wh.eh shall be subscribed and sworn to e ta ithe t asad retained in posses. iRon tf registry agent. amid by lhisn handed over to his sur esor; provkkI d ee. O sh .. ll be requird to nuake sLnwi twce befor tae samne age..t r the successor of such aent having in his possession a f er a idavit. A liem Ima.mset pws1r. /ldof ts eI. tLous sU.-Jmarerat. 'I went to the tottoen o the grand -can o f the Colorado last winter," said W. T. ge*t "and am one of the few nmn who -er -mm ted the ascent. I went there to easnse a lare mSaid to exislt in the estm t~es oeanaon. I have been all th-Iu the RoekSle from Montana to 0ial Aenmerem amid know what a chasm but hOa oe aiht . e that ahsu took my a a wa. V... the top to the bottom - .I . et.. Over a mall below you -- Im hne rls. lran alearth r ýrs on er baunk to the other tS I apparently not over a quarter of a sumuimuir m r fre I. . W - M riE tak Lmm .u. but w.od. tookm r. ý ..uiIm 1=t r wee M tb. wniti. TbU.. - mat - mp or aft im . a! toad. K was wautbimum. Nelms the msw was up the west nonn ewwa a at. mad i ttsk u mmi 10 w o'cick that miimi to climb the wail of t aaarowa. TALE OF A CHINAMAN. /ew tmm W sat a asts Wt. by I YMtag rtrum the Pltaw.ar Isgpamb. Jim Wing, laundryman, of Larcok rsheet Allesbeny, waBs yesterday Inter viewed ly a curious reporter. Mr. Wing "can spkakee Inglis," but only a very lit tle. A brotthr nmsnber of the catalana hanising profression, however chanmed to drop nl. and hbe turned out to Ie qulte pro. tIclet in the hatrsh latsm speeh. His name war Ho lre, hut he annosanced that he murbh prnerred the more aristoratle detgnaltion of "('harlky." He has been ten years in this country and, durinl the early period of his stay, endured no ttle pe.werution out West. He descrihed how a party of angry ('alifornians once entredl hiin insto a Lours and acut oar his pig tall the greatest Ihllgnity whicrh tan beifall a ('hilantan. iinre tlien, he has not woren a pig tail, and, as be lately donned Euro peas dressm. he welieves Le will hberone an A~nerican all out. He lives somewher. ouet on Pesnn avenue. and is an old friend of Jinl Wing. They camne trn the anm.. village in te flowe.r1 land, not far frons th lart ,u.h.angha. "(larlker" Baldl that Jim Wing's story was worth hearing, land o redl to laster p.et it for the benefit of the reporter. The offer was accepted and the. story begall Mr. Wnllg, when of age sea.l/klent to wed looked aeaund hin and ltadle a choki among the nmadkkns of the village of Foa chin. This choie was a lovely creature' whour parents were extremelty naeious to dispose of her to the highest bidder. Her feet -- Mr. Wing averred through the nme dlum of "Yharley'"-were smalkr thin tlw hbuttonhoke of a dudte's. dre shirt. asld her face the exact shape of the peaks of his turnc-Wdown collar. Altogelther lh nust have been very clharminl, astl her ago was but 11 years. Mr. Wlin lhad saved up litile fortune in "taela, and he Imanwed over the greater of this to Ming Wo' Lue Wee's father, on eonditioen that the old man would give him his daughter. BeIt old Mins W'o was crafty antx wantedl to reallue on his delaahter. The house of the white priests with black robes" 1a. seambly the Shanghai Jesauit Mie lueary Collelge was n.ear at Irand, a.tl tly also ofler.el t ol tu masl a unm of monexy for Lu Wee, whom they wished to hand over to the tuits amnd eonvert to Christianity. Miss Wo inf ortteel Mr. -W'lls hat he must ~kid higher or klse the pirI. Wing staked all his remaiinalt "tacs."' buit the Jesuits loeaght the ol manae a hox of postage stanlpss. whkihs tlw (lhiesl.w ae ptasslonately fond of. aulI which they tese for house (k-eoratitos. ( Old Wo was ttenpedl hy the. stanmp. astl as. Wing had no mnoe an.nery, thi yountg liady was htanekel over to the Jesuits. Wing alies asked for his taels, and Wo refused to give thedss. He eedl lain, heat ceall prehal.. no evkdence, aslltl was .en ten.red to Ihe whipped for hearing false witnes. He receilved 100 strokes and wa- incarcerated in the street casge or pillory for over a soant)tla. When nlsetu. I we.at to the Jesuits' house and told liis sad tale. They gave him a little motsey as a recompense, ad the set up as a street fortunle teller. In this hasiness It amassed enough to pay his passage to ean Franleisco andu caine arom the colatinent to Pitt htu g. WHERE TO REGISTER. The Variet. UDiatee4aM. the Agwatea and Their Oless. In conformity with th~ new election law the conunuurrionera of Deer Lodge coanty at tlheir June meeting di trated thde county for resistration and appointed agents as follows: I)Inrkt No. I-Anancnda. Anaconda Upper works. atera 4&uklh and tlue Cyed Nellie prw rcia(s; H. .. Nest : a.ke at Amaeanula. No. 2-4'-aroll. W wr Allkn. Mill ('reek and lut C ireek; A. M. Walker. agrent u aie at Car roll. No. s-Mtuart. Warm proing and Hare Track; . tGirard agent; .atkw at Warm Nprings. No. l4-k; Jar .m,; Y lcaiala Franklin aglent; oprlke at .(o Via,. No. - lhewr lndge; H. H. Zenor. agent. No. 1--larrian. (lJo ('reek anld ioneeur; Wa. I. (Wie. agrent; o rke at (larrinsa. No. 7-Avue. ilUsltiun, tkide Trena.ure. IIEs. burg and lakfout; Kees, Juewtr agent; utll. at Klistitn. No. 4.-Unrlo.n. f.eupenlup-Pet anad Me4e. . Ian; J. C'. Hopper. agent ; omunr at Neven-up No. s.-Wahingtamn Gul ch. Helnmville and IltImatrik s; J. '. Moore, agent; uAkm at H11em No. to. - Wando. Irod & (wift' t'amp and Blanehard; tha4a) ' , ad . aget; Iamre at 4 handk,. No. It.- Marnt and Elk ('reek; J. J. Kenned, agent; doime. at Manuflt. No. 12.-- Iterraantsth. I eartowsa and Harvey ('rek; J. II. ArmstrunhU(. agemat; ofite at Hear. towna. No. I3. New (luleago. Iarmsmmnd Mtone 'tati.,a, Willow ('reek. IHennlhrs anwt lhsakle Ierg; Wm.U. llugwall. agent; 4 w at New ('hi .14 .- flmljl. f1sur To.wer MIark Pihe, Ide. Mine. taanaar am Klrk*ille; Warren eians. agent; mlke at I'Umlsataurg. No. I&. Granite. Itusnrey and Mydiney Mine; Iaks (Ireer. agent: nothe at (Iranite. No. ts. -4;eortgtowm. ('able and Milver Lakse; C'. It. Moore. agesnt: ;lutee at lyreears. 4)..n tsr Sarso Wrrtes.. Vram tiaw Linakin Waw4, I. If the amount of thlr Qseen's. aviings in as large aus re..wte --nannmly. over £AUn)U (00--sle lmust l ve a veIry erskkonlrahl private fortune. NShe hm puerbhaused al nouml andl ()hborne which aesanot elpep ment kern, with tihe outlying propertlies he. i. always acquiring, thsan half a million nne.w. egclumive of ('larnlmonlt. Shle has.It Is always sakl. givenl fortuneli to nsome of her dau.iltern' ohn ti.wLr mairriage, as well as to whr rranmkllal.gmters. tlwe rl.hilre.l of tie Grand D)uke of He..e - little. le thanUl £AIU*,UUO int thie aggregate. Her naviag..y therefore., lust anuounat in mrlond nsumneras to s .newthilng like £L10,IO.0I0. There i.e ines itemn of tihe que en'sexpereliture* whihk has always hiven overlookeId .Nr en.tirely forgnot te S -uian.wly. tle large. snams that Ishe has ,spent e ns .on.morlials to tte Prinme "tonsumrt. Iluw hals resterel St. George's chairle at 'linwlor In. a munst eoe'tl-y anlluaer amnd shle nmlnt uhave .nelit vast Arensum at ira.r.nol r on timw mIasaolink.ll l. It ias akl hy thou.s who are well aute to jldlge thaut her xpenl (litirme norl this onil ite.,l alone hais aIen nearly lJOOUUJO whlkih lwilur*n um IN*yon.i thne two nulllkrn* wllkh the Queen mi he Ike.vell to have saveed. mas.he Yasga o l Kp. I only know thai while I am in the conu dikon of sleep I have neither fear nor hope, neither trouble nor glory. Blessed he he that invented sleep. It wrans us ropd.like a mantle. It i. the food thhi Z9- 1s hunger, the drink that quenches t, A the fi that tempers cold, the cold that maoderates heat, and, lastly, the n lcon that camn hba all things The lance and t that equals t shphed with the im and the simple with the wise. One only evil has it as I have bhard. which is tht t resembles death; for hetween a man asleep and a dead ," t the difel eice Is little. WHY Wu Alts UINr-mNANOD. Poe"tese at Ike Vetwme Vh@$est t.e Penm qtr Amat.sm Amee t. Permive mus, t.Itmg b male.s a es. rNS aslmiat We w am .r nome ams tI m 3s with Ma w a esem . imud- mmd a"d Mr $st., U le pamse! a[ Hen ae on. these w memd masl woepmes tadded uther sera.l at.. ml wow. ie also 9imegs, as Drrws hesd hetmb -i-vly show, l main hor the epammins o the ladies his hkin, agalst ether n.ew mesr his own kiend anud speis. Amd if you fts oase ton learn to pmtnet ithe hac exlposed and vrelassatbl parti of yoeer body. Or, if you don't. atss s," tse houer, wrestler or . o eas.n hatant, tat mast vuIlaerahle portion is ts daoehdly the heart. A had btlow, well dr v on, a the left bsest, will easily kill, or, at any rate, stue eves a Iantse tuma. Henn beem n asn early perued men have m.d the right hand to ft with, and have esmpaped the left amra hise cover ther heart and to .arr r al aimed at that specially vulnetmble s sgi· . And whose weapoan of _tense and defense suere d a mere fiets aul teeth. It Is f he it bad that .g su the par or rsworE, while the left hed.i over theheart, for diefee the shield baOIh l -r. PFrn this sinell origin the whole vast differ m e of right aad left in civriliad life takes Its heglnlg. At iArt no doaht, the superiority io the iht a was nely felt ths the mawnner of tag. Beat that aloe gave it a distilct pee, and paved the way at hlt for the seepremerac elsewherel for when w-eepur ses ne lato ase te hambitual emplaypnest of the rigst mand to grasp the spear, sword or k ife mnane tim, nerves or neles of the ight iki for more oheuliemt to the cosatrol of the will then tho.e of the left. The dex terity tes acquired ley the right-see how the word 'dexterity" implies this fact- assudle it nor satural for the early hunter and artifccre to ensplay the mane bande prferentially in the manufacteare of flint atchets, bows anad arrows, and all the other manifold activities of savage life. It was the hand with which he grasped his weapon; It was the refore the hand with which he chipped it. To the end. howev er, the right hamd renmalns especially "the hamad in which ryoua hold your knife;" and that is exactly how your own children to this day decide tWhe question which is which, when they hegin to know their right hand front their left for practical purpose. nOW DO YOU WALK? Wesem wlhe Doe't atep prW.prty--Pmtsm fir the Weaker les. r.num the Mt. Iaul PI'neer Press. Woman, lovely woman, mrenls easily flrst nowadays as a subject for discussion by laul or sea, in letter or page. from pulpit. rostrnum or stage. Here then I. an akled topic pertinent to the trend of thouglht. How anany women walk with their toes turned out'. Sneer not, Mad ame or Mademoiselle. So go.l an au thority as Nape Lothian of Boston, who has trained more dramatic debutantes than you or I have ever seen, says a large majority of women either toe in-pigeon fashion, as the school boy hath it--or walk with their feet in as straitght lines a any Minnehaha or M Bright-eyes. But if you don't agree with Lothialn, observe in your own helmoof. (hat of O womenn, observed re.untly on Third street, only nine turned their toes out at an acute angle with the line of progresson. As a result, only ialaw waled easily and gracefully. The other, especially those who toed in, or about a per cent of the ~, wrigaled their very shoukier blades, and in a the effect was displeasin. Teachers of dancing or calisthenics will tell you that not to toe out is provocative of how les, knock knees and other cognate malformations. A ease in point. Pretty Zelie de Luman. -whom the Padiu-nh of Persia went to bhear . Ma rlte the other eveing- i dbared from assuming many ro she would do well in hecause her nother, Madame de Lusman, es-prim duean though she be, did not take pins when Zelie was a youngster, to malke her turn her pretty feet in the Inclined wy. Ma a queen of opera conlaque Pauline Hall and Ullan Rusmell among t'hem have had to undergo dire travail and nmuch weari ness in order to counteract and overcome pedal habits contracted before they knew the footlights would bshine on their num her twos. Do not think your skirts hide your nimproper foot postures. Look at your feminine friends and he convinced to the contrary. Kapammslg el Isme .serte Cars. Vnewu the Ihasmausmptam kepis htran. Next to time ret show tself probhably the chief attraction to the country people who were in the city Thursday was the electric car. This is not tlarprising when one remenm Iers how often persons who ser the cars every day truns to look at them sl and ow few undkrstal, thenm. It was amusing. however, to watch those who were seeing thm.na for the first tiane. and solse of the questions asked would have puasskd a Plhiladelphia lawyer to answer. "('au you explain to men how them elec triity cars run '" asked one o.l gentle man of a street urcrhin. The boy scratch edl his head for a mnoment,. but he was equmal to thaloccasion and this was his an swer: Why you see., they've got a bg bottle at the ot~her end of the line and every tltne liigtann' strikes anywhere they catch It anld pat it in the bottle. Then they let It crawl out through a hole in. the other end of the bottle and as it goes out it catches on that wire up there and pulls it andl that pulls the car.' I.But how do they make the earo the other wa :."' querkdl the old mean still not qulite fitulred. t "·Wh, turn the bottle around, of -'aren*. A IS..l £Ir1. rºaln t1he Alltiay .hSnusnal. This anunsinlg little story is tohl by Mas. ('arlyle il tie days when she was emall Jeannih. Welsh. She went to a school in Hakilinlsgtn. wlhere she s.w n showIed her sefit a Isspil of extraordinary ablility. Wheitn sit was nine years old she was abnh to rlad Virgil. Yet Jealll.e, with all her learning, was a neal girl, aind had a shi ll unwhcllkh ais he stnwrtl mlnach sare- tion. AInd now aroe a dintrinlg qses tibn. Wasl it not a slhas for a l who conkl read Virgil to car for a.d ? She was forced to think that the tin.e had cosne* wheln she coakl no longer kIte herý toy. Aeording, on her tendth brtha s~l anald.k a funeral pile of leatd pnc and cianamon sticks, and posrnel smeu wprfuswl over it, after the manner of the ancients. Next she recited the speech of Dklo fron Virgil, and then she stahbbed the doll, letting mat all the sawdust. The pile was then set afire, and after the doll been hurnt to ashes poor wee Jeannie sat down and cried. Th. esasersI Prlwer. The lovers ot a national lower who are voting for the golden rod, are pirhap. aware that it bloua the log of any da the weed. In competion. It already bhms in bao.aen some weeks. It is its power as well as wide distribution beauty that giver it voice. Union Pacific OVERLAN OUTE. T I E TS e aIIN ltoa ll Principal Points EAST, WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH S* TH EPOT * (cu..l manwayIr mad Is..manmwhl O. foa. of MaYn treet, Auamenal, MraUlaaa. S. D. sBEs. ('ity Trk.et Asent. J. A. LtWI. .eneral Aentl. No More Delays A, T GAR I~'ON. GO EAN s WENT VIA Northern Pacific R. R. The Dining Gar Route and Great Short uine to all EASTERN CITIES A.LL THROWt'ill TLRAINM an- Fgatulpped with Iullnin anud linunf arnr% eah way, Kl t m an , Wet. Through Pullman Car from Butte The FVa-tet Time to mai trw'hus 4 hiao. C'snada MsaMl .ateru Phiut. Peerless Pullman Coaches. Palatial Dining Carn. ELegant Day Coaches. CokmI· Mareg$ Carr in crtir of Trinr Purten fuW r anUr4UlrkU8.ini o d ('lan Mi mtaa Paramwra Vrm atht- (h.. TIME S4/DULUI. For Amaaap Ure Uaimon. Hrlru. !'Ag[ UPArZdS.. A a.o am. For' Anaconda.....- at.. . and 7.3D p. at. For' Anamanda. 1 n U and nfl thrnIugphI at a* t . eal. St. INL1rl C'bframl alas to M sIua. ipam Fall. n. Proetland and Nan o ...a....... .. . . .... s eo p. a. For Stuart I ..r uoge and 4Ian'Iaau tFrvlght hal aa'!........ 6.23a. an. and me pat. 24talnail lii tikeim for all I>)Intx III KFlrn|lM. Vll any line mrImillwn t1ie Atlatluatk t eliwp rltts. For full Info orlantlion mldrear t'HAS. . IEK, ;Ven'l I'Pi%.furEr Aqrt., St. '1u2l. Miln. .IAM. Mu('AIi. ;enenrtl Aut.. 'r.4 Main Mt., (<1il>. Illoinnr Merrantile ('mi|lmaUy. Butt., Montaua. TAKE THE SCE IC ROUTE THE NO WEST. r- Montana Central AND - Manitoba Railways. THe NIW ANIa- POI'L'IAR SHORT IINE Ietlwl'ln An..l-olnda. Itiltte. Helelna. MHrytville, t. l'ail, l.Minlli |ltaelanm '. h'likagn atmi all |l, illts EaU.t. Now Open for P _er Tral c. SOLID THRO RAINS DAILY. The onl) lime mninnl I'alaee ileelling Carl, L.uxluritsa IDining Car n litflkeenlt IaM> 4 onales antid free l4spluKg Car oTr Ittt i-c'lamu IasUusn gers Ib-twmu BUTTE AND ST. PAUL. Safety, Comfort and Courtesy for Our Patrons. r. P. MIEI.B Iven. Manager, lhelleo. M. P. UIBNTOI, Trav. las. Agt., Helmea. FRASER & HALMERS, MINING MACHINERY And MachiLner for tie esternte Redurelm of Ore. A-malt.a..em. ('omeents aos, aeltlas aid Lesahig, uider. r the of t m H .eema Gra-. irt Maat.lm, Drue L - m Aameauldm, Bmuek Ied, Ls,-nla.te ad Bi MetalIe ('.apmalis' Redrctlem Waoks. HOISTING ENGINGS Geared and Di t Acting, Prospecting and D aHot sols. Builkers of IMPROVED AIR COMPRESSORS, ---AND- * Wire Trarrnways * True Vanninsa Machines and Emthre ('scentrator. Electric Light Plants. Agents fao Rand Rock Drills and ('omprsor. Otis Elevators, Knowles' Pumps, Root Blowers, Kinglland & Douglas Saw Mills. Pennaslvania Diamond Drill and Mtfg. Co. Barsgwanath Heaters. SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES, rnited States ElectrieLishlat Co. New. Haven Machine Tools. Mason Redin alve. L. C. TRENT SALT LAK CITY, UTA.. (ENIEFRAL H ETERN MANAclERl. --0 nole Western Agents for Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth. E. C. FREYSC LAG & CO. LEADING SH DEALERS. Bnrt & Packard d Lid & itchell's FINE SHOES AND 'SLIPPERS. CLOSING OUT SALE CLOTHING * FURNISHING Gi. DS. cn€os.c' MITC UT.. , Desiring to close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishin Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we will continue our sale of Clothing at Actual Cost until every garment is sold. If you need a suit, a pair of pants, or an overcoat. See our prices before you buy and save money. E. C. I=REYSCH LGR. ac CO.. Next Door to Bank. - - - - Anaconda. Mont. .m~~~ - lB JOS. F. 7(IRR ,Y. Having puarhamed the husiness fornerly aondluctd by James lirNulty is now pre pared to furnish his rcutosers with the Uncst brands of Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars To be foundl in the city. PRLJITS F ND C" CTIO N S R Fresh and choeie. A well stock of STATIONERY. JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda. J. .. PARR c CO. Suits Made to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies' Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty. FRONT grz, - - - . . . - NAuoD 'hree IDoo. ..Ow Oaru Central Hotel. C..amag ad Lrepm aPrinllSuy Att.e L a.