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THE BUTTE FIRE LADDIES.
la aw~ g WMt hmeems. m
e m abe tmelosseen.us.
bom.. e.t. S.-Thbe I pmspeet
1 Me.y !ti ti the er future
in suee's a e degparument Lvi
d.ms. d app emaebita. war are e-.
ewneit atevegy tugr. Theb eItuatlon is
p- - mre matd omebamt Wrmsblae the diE.
3.entas whike a few years age, are. in
New rYo* htwe. the newly oran.ed
Sdpartme o that eity ad the
Sld velesa are brigade wbhibh
In ha day. was a oflhe htea.s ea tshe ea
UtYs. The DeW. Cit" rse brigede was
eagmland I iNS a.d lacrpmuaged wuder
the laws the TerrMry at Mo taua. It
Is a elose earpoateim ald Is gpverned ltr
ea essceleat eode at laws. For nmny
a this brigade did the city good sre
vie. I prateMtiag preper ty from destrue
ion, by ae, sad Indeed to this day it is
eaokmired one of the very best volunteer
Ire eoes aapes In the country. Their sew
vies were always grmtutlsly rendered.
The lndividukhml members of the brigade
bought and paid for about SUI worth
od fre extlnaulblang apparatus. They
paid ree-eonetmunes as high as sctl
per nmonth-for a place to store their ap
pertus. The member. were*, ald are,
nearly all taxpayers. and th.ir efforts to
protect the eCi fom feir were the natural
IpmIIptingl good citlenshilp. But Butte
has rewhd s pan nortae and s.i where
a vrolunteer flue lrtnmat--no m~atter
how excellesnt that servk~e may be, and the
brigade here today I. as ettlieaet and well
managed as it ever war--i cm.nskleredu in
elileient to the needs of the city. The
peoe amnd the city council considker a
and well regulated fire dklsurntm.ut a
necessity; and, while thankful to the
company that so ¶enerously gave their
time and risked their lives for the city it"
days gone by, the council reently .asedrl
an ordinance estab.lshing a asyste.n of fire
protection more in amcord with the prew
amen ammana.·..nmaam. 2n@ *San -as.
iens requrements or tse city.
The ordinance provkled for a perma
nent and pall marshal land a nutmhler of
assistants. Fred. O'Brien has for a Iuaun
her of years iwein narshal of what has
been known as the city fire departnent
a volunteer organsa.tion formed sminhe the
fire brigade ald under control of the city
council. O'Brien is one of the heat fire
men in the territory and as a citisen very
popular. He took charge of the city fire
department when it was in a disorganised
and crude state. He gave his time liber
ally to the departnuent and neglected him
own interests in his enthusiasm to perfect
the service. But, for some reason, a num
her of the nembers of the department un
der Mr. O'Brien do not like him as a chief.
They nay that while be is a good freman
and a fine fellow personally, he is much
too excitable and, possessed of too violent
a tenmp to successfully discharge the du
ties of chief fire marshal. They say that
at a fire O'Brien forget his place as nmar
shal. and instead of lookinag after timhe
safety of his men and calnly directing
their efforts, he rushes in and does noth
ing hut a fireman's duty. Whatever the
cause of dissatisfaction with Mr.
O'Brien the facte remain that at a meet
ing of the city volunteer fire company one
night this week a resolutionl was It~ edul
to mesnoralisa the city couneil to elect
Frank Murray chief fire lnarshal. As a
rule the citiarsI considered this unjust to
O'Brien and the council thoeaght the same
so they ignoredl the recomlnsadatiosl o
the flm.el.sl and apploiilated t ili)'B n.
And lnw e)stell4 t(ne calnls of thei dilfl
culty. TLhe Buktte fire brigade has a chief
and officers of its own. Many menI ill the
brigak" oblject to ()'Brienl as fin. narsial
and say point blank th1y will not obey
him at a tlre. They will do only what
their chief orders anld Inothlilii which
O)'Brien or til officers of thlw Is.wly o.
ganiwd dteplartanmlst requent. They say
they will not rercoglnie the authority of
the city's fire mlarshali that the hrilack
as such is is no ennllner aninalhie to thlw
authority of the city counIscil or its olmicers;
that the fire de partnllat as at prwe(s-nt
constitutedl i iincompetent and does not
furnishl the city with protter fire Iroter
tion. The chief of the brigade told a
STANDARD reporter that he woukli see that
his lmenl turnl slut for the suppression of all
fires within the city limits hereafter as
herstofore. and that he nor his meln will
niot reengnise the authority or orders of
Mr. O'Brien. He a"s his tmen will obey
him only at a fire. Said be: "I have heel
three timnues chief of the BuEtte fir brigade*
and I knew my hays will stick to me. I
was urged to take the positione of marshal
before O'Brien's last appointmlent, hut I
would not take it under anly circumstan[ces
top I want to commandl aIlse who know
how to work at a fire and who will go and
do as I direct. My orders lhave clalshed
with the city fire marshal's command hbe
fore and I have always carriedl my puint.
I don't want to run counlter to the city
council. but I take good care to always
carry my point."
A collisaon between the two chiefs and
their men is likely to occur at any fire.
Should the brigade nmen refuse to obey
orders Marshal O'Brien will he compelled
to arrest the offende rt aaid in suchi an
eyent endless trouble will surely result.
ANOTHER BLAZE AT BUTTE.
The Mtevenms tiIe MAtut Ie*stroyedl by I.re
-The Laws About $81.000.
nalpcial to the ettatlari.
BLursa, Sept. 6.-Two days and niglhits
having passed without any ire..h avirag tx
cured in this city. tiht people be)gan to
think that the "lepidtenic of fires" which
has been raging there for the last few
weeks was at an end. A dlinastrous blae.
which destroyed about ltOIJX)O worth of
property at the Stevens mine tloist this
morning, caused a rude awakening fromu
this fancied seculrity. About 9 o'clock
a this morning tlhe Stevens hoist, on West
Mercury street. was discovered to ibe on
Afie. The alarra was moutnded. and totough
the fire department and brigadel.,toth
turned out plroUptly, they were unable
to do more than prevent te Huanes from
0." spreading to thle, other Ibuildings. The
hoist, which was large and well equtlilppled,
was complentely delstroyel atnd the tintli·re
of the malll Ihaft were hlurrael d away Uo a
depth of over thirty feet. The mine, had
not be.n worke(l for snule Iltoutlhs Nlist,
the property leing in lititation. It is
(owned by the Stevens Mining -omtlupny.
A. J. lDavis and 4. "Talb'et llrs.ug thei. lIriei
eiulhl starklolde..r. T'hlciir lose will Is.
alxnist $15.tVi., a they hiadl nio iiinsurance.t
In tiw hoist at the tintie of the. fir. was
stored about ;I.IwKI wortllh cf tine fUlrniture,
the pnplerty of the (hilaavin Pherutittare
e mmltny. This was completely con
lsumel. It w s.'t alturad for r,.J.u.
Tle origin of the firne is unIIuuhbteud
proof of the existeutce of ole or inore.
danrilg tire-btgs in tilis city. This build
ing had not hbetll used folIer sotien weeks.
No one having thie prolwr authority hadi
enterel it for sownetinte w.rfore tI ti re'
occurred. No one was eeln entering or
leaving the building anmd mnen were work
ilr in the mhine sot 100 feet to lthe cast.
Though standing detached frol otlher
buildings the Stevens buiilding was only a
few yards from numerous dwellings. It
is asserted that a couple of suspiciolu
characters were seen lounginL around
the hoist last week. Whoever the incen
diary is he rivals Jack the Ripper in dar
ig1 and recklessness.
TOLD IN A LINE Oi TWO.
Crwemam r hmerra C . M. Parr'.
albe earwaes at r ft at the Hive.
r- -. trauma wmde to ardor math. Haw
mwell, the wa0temer, at the bee
Iaks repaired amnd keys Atted at the
Goto Hawes for ne work ia photo.
Deemd pr.4s .eLshike a L ,e at C. M.
Call at C. M. Parr's for Asne a See
Eaallelnt Is the ainish uf Hawen' pho.to
Have yen area thoe fine manain lamps
at the B* Hive?
E ,ter & Ceanel uiave vreelved their new
fall stock of clothing.
at p's in nal the .latest novelties
Plush.., only s rets, now ofered at
Estee & Com Mercantile Co.'..
Far style, good goods and a perfect fit.
o to Este e Connell's for your clothing.
Fresh select yr tirs in market,
juam srceived at Kaeu Prsnako's, First
New underwear, over-.blrts, necku wear.
hL and caps, hoots and sloes, at Late.
& m nell's.
Lad.'s, remwtumher the nt cent plushaes at
E.tes & Connell Melrcantile l. 's. They
are in all Lshad.s.
After the IM t inst. Mr. B. F. Mahan
will receive the mining stock quotatiloa
of the 1St. Louis market daily.
Ladies examitne. the D. J. Henlawa.y
Mercantile 'o.'s fall tocrk of wraps and
jackets for street wear.
If you want a fi, d Domestkic Imported1
or Key V et cigrr, so to i). Tletjen,'.
cigar store, corner 1st and OAk sLrte-t,
Este-s & (onnell are marking their new
sttok of clothing amid furnlishing goods at
prices that will plekase all who want first
If you want a smit of clothem numade to
ordekr call at Estes & ('onnell. They have.
over .IM sanupkls to seklet from, and luar
anterl a perfect fit.
('all and see tlhose plushbs at 4t cents at
Estes & Connell Mercantike Co.'s
B. F. Malan is agent for the Alh Min
Ing Colmpany's stock--the rich old mine.
on Harvey ( reek. The stock is selling at
present at ten cents.
WV. . Johnson having purchased the
fitures of the Cornehlius saloon on Main
stret, has restocked the place and put
John aGuler in charge.
For new sailor's turbans. toques and all
the latest novelties Ins fall millnery, go to
Mrs. T. . Malllory on Main street. oppo.
site Montana hotel.
J. F. Murray has closed the hotel tarber
shop, and having recently purchased Jar.
M. ulty's cigar store, is now devoting his
attention to that business.
The D. J. Henncssy Mercantile Com
paliy lead colupetition in mIlen's Ilie
clotlhing underwear and neckwear.
The Montana Lunmber & Produce com
pany will namne you hottom prices on lay,
rrai. and feel in large and small lots.
Tley carry the largest stock in town.
a 57aw a nay law aU5r3t tawar aIg " .
Cenoryure aric has moved his groeWry
stoar, to the brick buiidin/ topposite his old
standti on First street. Th + newpreeniah.e,
ate li&Utly and ci avenkietly fitted up anid
the stock is nmaterially incrrasd.
E. Jacobson. propriktor of the Anaconida
Furniture Store. 114s just opnemid up ontie
of the tliest lilies of furniturs. anid all
kinds* of crckery anid houser ittings: also
undertaking a itt lowest prekve in Atia
Nimlae & Eliret are eoiflhletiglt atrlranle
melint. to Wlast their .Innlingt mill to Aai
dar,.mai &.Tiuama.s. Mr. Ehn·t expcts to
tanaka" a visit to Isis hoyluHod hiomie it Al
sae, (vsnhnablay. ata Sooni as lir isi retase
fromi business here.
An elte tat lii' of pisli's. only :*i .'·llits.
sit Estes & Counnll Mereautile ( o.'s.
21h'taeal Mat.e Wsieeas.
The r earel cf real estate translfers for
the rwestlat week. as appears from the
re ortl of the recorder's onfle at MI-4r
slajte. it as follows:
Jasper B. Whiteraft to Abram BeSk
stead, s w X., n w i sl, t 6 n, r 9 w,
Flavius A. M. E. Brooks to Henrm Mun
ster, X ilterest Grizzly Jake Mininag
clainm in Silver Hill dllstrikt. Si61.
The Pllilipshurg Town Lot & Improve
ment Co. to ('has. A. Andeosao lots : atdI
4. in block 14 of 'Churchill" akdditioaa to
Edward Farrell to S. C. Bradley the
Plymouth State Lodle Mininlg claint, S1.
C. H. Tracy et asz to Roioe H. Roberts
n 34 lot 8, block 18, of Anaconda, St40; 29th
Arthurt T. Hollldits et ux to F. P. ('hris
man. n lot 8, block 68 of Anaconda,
1Il. 00; June 12* 188.
Christian Kolbeck to Hans J. Kolbeek.
H I w 3 w e s2 ande, ,s s c xase
3, and tlh n Ie. 3 n e 3 sec 1.t, and n w ;
in w se 11, t9 n, r w, $.4000.
John R. Eandly et ux ty D. G. Brownell,
lot 5b block 70. Anaconda, *2,l00.
Frank S. Shamble to Adama G(erlauster,
int in Highiland Chief and Medllcinec
Quartz Lodeys $1.000.
George W. Penn et al to T. (Y)'Lery 1-16
('reticet Lodet, $275.
Thlonmas MeTague to Joseph Hatnne
burg. 4 Int in Iots 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 61,
1)eer Lodge, $100.
ItReube (onn to Allen McDonald 1-16
isAt in Gok. Ct'rerk placer claimn, .MI.
Jaamen Burke to.'elling No ,tol, lota 9
an'll 10, block 28, Deer lodge, l Ix.0.
Thoansan Aspliang to John Bolt ,4 int in
Walpoktko Lisle, in (hO Pio i)itt. no.
E. C. Cornell to Samuel B. ('lark. Last
('lChau. Quartz Lode in Black Pine di.
Tloniwajs E. Bonfleld to Thonmas P. Boin
field, % int in 'Californ'a Lole, Flinlt ('reek
mininr district, L.M00)0
Frawnk Hower to MLbffle Bower. lote 15,
16 17 and 18, hlk 48, )r Lodlge, $1.00
E. P. Mills et ux to M. S. Parker, 3 of 3
Oro Fino quartz lode, $I00.
W. C. Buskett to John B. Krie.er, iln
terest in "'W C. B" lode, $1,000.
W. C. Bu.kett to John B. Kricger, 3
Peacock, 34 Silver Banner lode $81.000.
W. C. llhaskett to John B. Krieger. r
Int. Obelisk lode and 34 Silver Balnlner
smill site, $1JJUU.
W. 1. Higgitas to (George Cockrell. 3f
int. In Pr.o.u.*t No. 2 Ikla. $l0.
N. P. It. RI. ('o. to Thu.. Walke, w3-, 4,
t 13 nt r 12 w. $1,120.
i. D. Grant to T. D. Fitzgerald. s34 I 4,
hlk 44 Anacronda. O.50.
Josep)h H. Brnmnle et. al. to ('lha. P.
Colter. 34 intl. (*arlxlmnat.e quaaartz l.oe. 81.&1I.
Thomlnas H. Meft to Lee Hollet.eie.k. k -
int. flonitaala ialiining claiinm, $14.00.
Jam. A. Talhott to A. Kleeinnel clt &
Co., lot 2. Ilk. 0. [ne.r Lodgea. $l1
To hlaaxlrlekpers and rni.:tw.rr t f
Iaua*cw. 1). P. He~nneusy ~ereantii* ('o..
,Iueeeunor. to J. P. Pete Iuavi" jma,~t r4
(cirVed their flew fall m k of (arpetM* it
all the later p ekhv."iv .
Brfla~iiwl 1'a .$tI7 Meeir. Ingra~ia.'.
etc. The fin rent in the ('ity.
S~sa i& igwra patiesfurniatinmg
Fresh melect oysters first in market.
Just received at Saco Praanenko', First
THE OFFICIAL LIST.
Jana .f .tsets A ppstated abor sleeer
npewtal tl the iNmaaRd..
eIkrrr Sept. .-Tlhe eotmy eaoinl
iom-.ar of ,USlver Bow eomt nt msne to.
and appoi.ted the flklowing Juges r u the
election to be Weld Ortoabr 1:
Prerlmee No. 1. Walkerville. ('lark, 8.
Haneares, Ed. Remne, John Marsland.
Iai Muklsewe and Sam M Elr.
No. W alk.ervulle J. R. Riche-.don,
Geone D. Holiwook, ariG-e arougton,
Pat O.'Nei and Jobn Sealth.
No. . ('enterville, Frank Barrett, Wm.
M. Jenkins, Elijahb Hare, J. D.Murphy
and Mike selR .
No. 'eentl we Jamsa Hendrew,
Clue. . boen.m. kr. George ('lark. Pat
nklSk and Ed. Dayl".
No. . Butte, Miles Malhan, Wis. Trrea
tben. R. L Thbamns. Jno. McMurnyr.
No . IkButte, Jno. Payne. Wan. Rwre,
John B1shop. ean'I Mulville. John Burnt.
N,.. 7, Butte. Wm. Morheaed. J. M.
Fertly, F. J. Trhal. C. W. Newtone. W. H.
No. . Butte. H. D. Roenstein Richard
Willians, Richard Thomas, W. I. Young.
No. 3S Butte. Jas. Darklumso. Ge. Per
kin*. W. C. Whipp)en Pat Talent, E. E.
No. 10, Butte Harry Potter, Jew Roach,
J. R. (Grei., C. V. Pope*,. C. N. Gaosean.
No. 11, Butte, A. T. (arter. F. H. 1maIw,
J. ('Crhavin. H. A. Irvin. eo. RLrkwomwI.
No. 12, Butte, Ja:. Nela.nn. Tlw.s New,
H. Mn..., E. 1). AlkIn. Jim. Parrotn.
No. 18. Butte. Peter Martin. .ien. Tong.
S. B. Lloyd J. Nkielmolen, M. S. Fiher.
No. 14. Butte. Juan.es Bowtwklk. G. S.
Lewis, H. C. Herr. J. B. Gallaghler. Je.
Ný. IS. Parrott. John Kiwkaukkln, W. ;.
Brown. G. G. ('lurk. Loumi Gratt.u. J. P.
No. 1I. Memulerville. John Then.n. John
F. D)avie Gs. Noble, Janseo Lyonma. Go.
No. 17, Meaukrville, H. S. Sibley. W.
Kidlneey, J. S. ('lnapp Hns YVoulgl, Harry
No. 14. .ulth ilutte, W. P. ..lNrks. PFr..e
man Howe. R. 1M. ('obtMan, Th.m. Siu
llau. Sanim'l hirleky.
No. 1(. Blahktail. Jml. Dantulu.t, B. Gualy,
J. O. Thomnp..on.
No. 20 ('eltenllial Rnewery, E. Shieldon.
P. Hansen, Wim. K. Sewrdl , L. Schlnmidt,
No. 21, 2 oaker. ('. H. Bartlett, John
Ulnch, 'C. B. FPergrwunn.
No. 22, Barlin.sn. Gen. Steldhens. R.
M-PcFadden, Jei Shoemnaker, Jack Mayo,
J. P. Lennon.
No. 2S Nilver Bow, Tho. J. Mikes, L.
Thayer, Wm. Sttle.
No. J Silver Bow Junction. T. '. Milek
F. O'Nell, Em. Jacor.
No. 2, Grw rms Slprings, S. B. Rey.
nolkle Acts. Hill, EiM G º.
No. 298, Mce('ne'. Wood (nampu H. H. Eu
clerton. Mat. McCune.
No. 27, German Gulch, Gen. Kenler.
Perry H. Beae. . Thoa. Neweomb.
No. 28. Norton Gulch, Dan. McI. 1, M.
J. Reeves, Oliver Hunllon.
No. 28, Feeley, Jos. ('artier, Davkl S.
Dewy, 'J h.h. Seiamidt.
No. I, )ivkle, WVm. Woolward, ('has.
Wullmkrlkich E. ahhin.
No. 81. Melrmoe. W. H. Ma]klo, Wnm.
Bowe, Pat Bunts.
No. º Inop Gulh. Joa. Street. W'n.
Little, V. m. Plemin. .
No. M. ('li lspar MimSe. S. M. Walker.
Robt. Elliott, .'to. (;lceamn.
No. '14. ('lmp No. 1 Butte" W. A. Peny.*
cook, Jbhn M orri.nn, Wm. Reugae.
esel Ibtatr Tra f.frv.
KN...I;tI"o tl* I tI*- 4131iI.
BHrr 4-l. Sep1t. ;I. -1Tim tn1ollinwing t ttnsf/"
of rial estsitt". we.r-n l'c((wdI)tI at thIe etuistaty
nnrok-rm..stfle. 1i t Hutt. tn-dny:
JsIlum 'WI.*s"I,* to .iIlamIM('.i.ititl.1 H4Im
of Wi6t:,eri 1114-1 s-I,; hI am.a1tv~mA kNI."
tibaila. .1- No. 16%. Iin tow irnhmig A.Iist.1i
om rl~a11ihi*. .% .2 t1 S ~ll ( 11I1' IIidtuiiht
l1.31e liwlr,. SUMw of ulw.Y." slaigs. .. $ 3101 Em
.1(11111 `M'Y~a" iii. Pat 1Ilhnwlw"l. tI4uE1u
of WzalkvrtiIll,. ', iii .rl~st turn M.tt.
*asthl IS1k-l1 kelr 141.1m. ..... . I WI
Jauellsa W. KIrehl..m 1t. WVin. J. Iku.
lotls No. 7 al. it. hi Isles-k N4. of t1h
K'-,anp* r AIitkwllt t Ite lttrhustle . I W0
Johni M4wu.i.n le ' o k- s19 Itrliwg11 usi.stleI
ofclss lemle cI.i ' lot-ren t lei l toL no
(tall/JI kwlr 4-$151"uhi m. tl 1W 3 I ElsrIy
*i'uiuitit,1 therewith 3-31st time Ihesi-"
4 11112* little c-laimn; Is ut ti1w Mlidnmaight
lie-N.- I4Hle e-laim; I-lit or time Quarte·r
Moan nl kwlr 1"ula4i; 1-141 eC tie tiluen
Tre-asue kru- cIlahsa. atd I * of ht No.
:1 of Isiemek No. 4 of ti1w tow site of
Waik il.... ...... ; "
ir Clo MtHte IIk* (ert.
nrplual to the I4tandarl.
Bi-Trr.. Sept. 6.-Prank King was found
drusnk and asleep on aonih private prop
erty and finetl 8 and enats.
Ed Kll.nue wast coalruitt&d l tJail for ilis
Miss OlIlk Hull wns founsd nasmtuarad
ing iln anIde attire ul. .n the public streets.
She was itined 11 and (cents.
Patt Hogan, for hoimli drunk and asleep
on the street, was ftned t1 and cts.
Mike Weykl and Henary Baker were
fnnld $6 and .nsts for s'Ilepisng in clhair of
a saloon whik drunk.
The .ase of Jamniel McMallnus, who was
yesterlay arraigna..l f w attempting armnn
ie the ruear of tine 1'inulsor stalet.s. i*trni.
up. nanl Jalldge N.wkirk thought thne cvi.
dkllent very stro)ag againsit taea itrionellr.
H.. wats I(r.toriliglly e.turiivaittt. to nplpltar
l.tefre the giram.cl jury.
Told in iLrlk-l;
stlw'iatl tlo ts A4tandartd.
IluLTrrT :. Spt. 6.- Ill, Ditric.t No. 2, whiere,
last yolr :*i.l0 voted wern p, illt.. only
abouxt nt1t have- registetr-ld for the. up
lIPr 'lai/ig *.-Isl-tioin.
TIhe- (otlhIty uroalinslin.si4o a*r will Ianit' t(o
mnrrow ait W'Ii. Jack's strl tbo we.ltvt
pollinag pltuhe. ila ea.h INnI.Int. . _ - -
Martin Bmukley of ('cltrevill lu-easI'swt
..oCly a ltt.eted of Inatue. aiuglin tin.- lw.
two wei-ks h' lbeu huriesl tiree of hlis chail
dresi. whno died with sn-arlet fe.vtr. wlhlih
is riaglng Iln somlie starts of tlh. ,.ity. hMr.
BiH.kle'y ustl family Inave tlwe- salsi;natlly of
ti e- (natire ,.ity it. thlitr eel atltlitioil.
W'sy tel- Tle-ke-a Will Win.
T.. thee Editor of tne NSrANtasn.u.
Ikh. r anlyone in Montana ask winy tI.
dl.rnlcrats will win on the first oft k-t.awr?.
ThIe aniswe*r is lt:ear it hlansl. T'Ii.-y ;ner
u.iniag tfl ti. mt -i lu., anud of tlie lutinlt ilt
ish.to he I. found alywlwhnr.. ()in eve.ry
fIelld hitl-rto thias n ..tter thran Ilassusea,-a
bladelt Iots womn its way to victory alet aIlLnadIc
;i signal triuilphl few impenlalr righlts. t1ul5
on tiLh. first '1 utlseaiLy inn sne-xt lmisollh ti..
glittI.riltg iswlr·tl o)f tin* s" pll.e' faithfull
.r.elr iJ(.blph K.1 will .siaslnansaar isll tl.
iw!liti'ai l Ik.'ave'l-sn. to la- lis-.imntltlallln sidI
dl.fe.at of theil sanr who urn leaIt s$l a for
lordl h114e4. Iesid the- first state guilsrnia
turial claiir of lMotaatta will lhave as its
sew. ulsatlt, a malithllmIlnan wlno hlas tn siallwr
ie.rs .i di bhut few mequlals iri all that eon,
stllite-s a state sniisl of Je.I.er..nliair t)ni-.
Likewi.u a look at tihe- Jldk-iary will
cm.t.\ .Irlte of Nuttre's. "I'hw hinlci-la will
have iae; A r.I .lronr. il tlw" e(A.u'tioIn of tII
law a;tld will hI abl.- to ('cre witlh all opl)lr -
tiofn to give to every analla hlis righlts under
tlwe ,-.iastitution. All of ur state- affairr
tron the I vernslship down will htedone up
ru,ear. .euar pIuahic setboul snystenl is (ar
pride- ;and boast. And don't youe forget that
the snll tbe demnoerat4 have nonlinatedu
for slutat superintendent is a Rftawll ster
and that they intend to fill thel olut.
auditor with a gebtlcs.asa who will give
hi.. a 'pns t partlo-wiar Pits # r.aL.
Lad am 1. Ihr..r Lamig.. ..unty ielk.et.
Hkaiw! Tb.7lil do that sap Mnrww. Wa...
t'k'. what a Issns:.ar I:a of viuiors.Ias
light alniw~ly flaaeohse alakms¶th..ir r.nska.,
tlru aag(uy of uae.t. ..e. Ileesr Iulg." rINuaty
also ha.. a TwA. nut whiannt expeselen..w
anad w.ea.w In labor. u n wh talt ..f ib.
ruhmpLe.. An.l laat but hyi o na.a. keat.
hewimtx m *or Wty in Ike .Lawl
owaty e'r goinag tea "'ut a Thor+. stai iunko
the aside of the. opswitioa whlich will Swat
be rssawe'l till t1".. little 4 ma&,w411 att lsh
cotuny meat flap.. lid. wing. and crowe low
Jugr. S'. W. UlArnaet..
ANAta'owA. Mont.. dcpt. it.
Few lb. latIcist potleen j ineihpets go to
the U. J. Heus·ae'u y Mer-iagtik"' I.. cPerW
(1aL aaend Firut cilate.
Wam Spring UverJ
Th. PisagI TunheumstinAna~ New manl
LANDAUS. BUG ND CARRIAGES.
Our KAItiKI.K 1141111' for Laules andst (kas
art the Vimwwg ia the." uww $tatc.
CHAD. W. FRENCH. ProprIa
rind etnwt. we-at NfsAi. Ana..nn. 4.un.M
TH A .1KC.11)1i S .()n
Iqerner Froust and lM rMtt..
The Finest of I rted Wines
Liquors a Cigars
To t*. fuumal I1a the , ioutlltlly nII IlatgIl.
An El'eg t Free Lunch
erval llt ltay aº l l N~igIt.
FRENCH CHOP HOUSE,
IFIIt.T nTIEMT, A.NAC'ONIA.
F. B. HUi G L IIl S & Co.,
IP IkhR IIT M.
)Iprnulkl a ,.aiut nrvrel frm 5 A. M. 1o 121 . M.,
at prkies fruom 9S wrote up.
Good. Lu.Nches S. rvcd at any Ifour
of the Day or N'lght.
Ianm't Irfrge ti Ptare.,
First Street, Near Oak.
The RockyV Iuantain T. graph
SAM PRAM ENO.
Fresh Game, Oydrt' and Fish,
L quors. Ci.Iars. C ies. Nuts and
Fruits. Butter. F asrh Eggs. Tnd
"COLJNTRV * PRODLJCm
- A IMPE'I'.'I.T -
EaMt Vira Meelt'. Anar.eda, Me, l.
ELEGANT FURNISH ROOI
THO D ONICO.
THE HANDSOMLT IN ANACONDA
At lte.awUuthl,. Ilta1e.
Manl Mtreet. Near rFnrt. ('fAM. IWtJtTMtHI.
RIEAI)'S 1)D 4, STORE,
ANI)IERSON t& T MOMASt
Contractors anQld i rs,
PIlasiscr M aM ewarEd
to d ral
CONTRACTING A JOBBING BUSINESS.
And t'.t'qw-tfm ll)" ?.ti.'i a Iiar.*
ofr Iubl.*. Izttr.,sau J,..
NOTICE TO CONTRACT
keatl *.ropu'*atN wIl r.e. iat the- . ,.Mu."
ANACONDA ING WORKS.
Ul :ituwgm *'f %."*t* f.'r I he Ital.!in "e ..f :a
Iar.;. that- tama . tmu.. at tIll '.~. au r.'. '. I . -'.r
N ..t 6. ia.. .1' ,3 :an . ath". a . .am ..11 H. w -:u 1N" ..t ist
Ike B l. w of . Ia.. .v~~. : mam mamm'. mia.. In 1m -''n
I Saa. au .*,ti."r .". IB.- raight K'. m.rp.*. :mm . a 411 hu.al.
a. tul An .n.l" n.lu.4otPt' R N lIT U R E .
On "art.- f it jmuar. ?'g rat (1:1. 4 aaI-.maa of 11a&
004-e au&rnoil ofj 1 Iflli.t P014Wr. Furniture
evetr 1a, liat to .1a.ut: Au..
A FULL LINE OF OCFICE DESKS,
3Akiuc.e~e anal l of Iaa1es.
This Space is Reserved
. S. SCHFHEIM,
D Y GO DS
AN ONDA HARDWARE GO ANY.
MAIN STREET. - - - ANAC R.
Peerless Brand Gray Ros' Ized Sheathing.
The .la wti.'Met anl lnt fes thiiklying perptr.
a s'.\ m to hb1ael 'asrrýýr f.
NO RINK CE IN IGHT. NO MRSTE.
IPlt up in 11« :t1 in.alhw wiaL". I. ulnusr fret In c.a La ml. 4 aly $~. per ell.
ONL .50 P0R ROLL.
r0aw 410 Ilulmals I'er I.(Ial) massarum fe«.t. Musltiply 1 t b your pret per
IumastlMi1 aidt mu.* wlat 1,t0mI wasan". fte.t -eto yoou.
. (t'Isoita I.iL oaf Stove, at Attractive Prices.
My Work is all Firs lass and of the Latest
Styles. E rging a Specialty.
A CE STUDIO.
Over Peters' Store, Anacond.
I. F. IRBY. ...
Announces the arrival of Two C .oads of
Heating and G k StoQes
FOR WOOD ND COAL.
Come and see the Ilan some. Line of Stoves ever shown in this
marke n't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANA DA.
K90 A BO LED BEER.
STEIGER & FALL. Pro i.t-it Brewery at We *& End Fuurth Sbwt.
ASK FOR ANACONDR 13190M-
B. F. MAHAN,
ROPC L esATRT NI NO UR BPOICf.
A ollcting Aset,
First Stre.t, Near Mato. - - - - Main.