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MOTES FROM BUTTE.
tol as INu~wu %nL toOt ..ru:..eP.. - .--Ms. Thawrnum tslam M. ohebwa* ot the suphiifram e42Sty .hrs a dtto, 6ntos the front to dhr why w gmple of brnr.d hras4h wMbe hem had di tsiwd a~ r twud of mw m·s who swir..d mp two d Gt o r -. who veawe sad Is am. inU e vm aS the tIe.. The $ t MthIu MUle SiN h . bi.. dl.. ul -e'd hM Cru. (a i abftM o be e. t I _hepr to eU gm. MfSt awp. .'s politisu fwiendws he the ald e at ofIm .Vet "tp allow the culprit btt awag. rri.w Is the war a dliscedit. ee-lgsa .heet at pieseut blin is I/M cIs in the int test o the e. pm o as. A.par t. know fur entire offered to N"a~lr ~~hI~whUsh.t.4,ffW-d to giv to the Tm.. Tessin at Ca . r less Twopeef~rnaaues will crD.osae love. courtship ýr n heoprahou to-aub. Is next week am a rsulat main.. T Jpblic s hoals open for the fall The Walk'lle Reo lan club meets Power will talk poltlle at ts Pavlliok next Wednesday evening. W. H. Pinkhbard is pesickleut of the new epz.llian club organiled by the calured - last anight. The state agent of the Inter-stat Build and Loses sarnalaion araniaed a l branch of the assouration lrr last N. Granville bas retarned fron Pari... It was remarked by nany citiaeas todway that this uttnlarng's STANxDAn was. the y g that pblislhed the list of Jmudges at as astn by thw eesscuty eaeladmones ytei . Tnz STANx - AND'S entrrit iigly eaommnnesnkel. Geo. W. llack tod flled nseotice of the, leatn of the "Blue (ravel" placer mnlit li c. la ý i Little Blark Tail (lanyo., about ankie wiom I Butte. Thaor. J. Fitanaurikee of the ellitrial staff of the Omaha I. N was in the eity yes. terday. He has been oss an extended pleasure trip through tme West. In the matter of the estate of Robt. MeMila, a decree of ettle.mete of ad mlnistratais' an*ounlat was ss ade" by the pr~ ate judge. Real estate and mining property trans f-rs are frequent in thew ety theme days. In the matter of the estate of Jacob (rn. stin, a return ot a ccu.mast of sales by tiae a.dmnsatratri was muak to-day. An orderk was* n. - ...:wajr.ag If the is tur on 4'eptem' r 1i. John Hull yesterday tdge.dl hls way into thi probate coart officeL and bashfully asked peIrmslsios to marry Mir Trany Nebucrkmel. He obtained the territory'sy written msnnetios to canrenit the deeel. srnestlmen the tralll os the. city railway to South Bultte whenrs behind titme rutsn at an e.cemsive ate of rspeetl. It has Ieel known to rells at the rate of thirty msucle an hour on the down grade. This is toe fart for a street railwary car. 'ome of these days the tsslton will jump tlhe track and a serlaous accdent will result. General Charks S. Warren has return ed fIsam a b1tNe visit to Red Lodge wler~ be was inslpecticag i. mnlllla inte.rets. On Pak street west tthe workmen ne. tie sewers frld much trouble from thel ravnlg in of the skms nof the excavatioth.. When Butte was hut a mninisa cam on Park street hetweeat Main ased Acamleney. was averydeep gulkh n by a brid Soani.derable sIs. st after years this bridge was detroedl and the gulchb filled ar with gravel. 1 his made grouned is very hLe to cave in, and the men emuplmyed i- the sewer are in constant danger of betng hbrled alive. SET FREE AT LAST. A Cu.. Ia Kamnsa wlts b 3essm.bL e that of Mxm. Mayrtersk. KAJaAS ('ITrr, Mo., lept. 7.-A ea.e whihb in nanar espects rsemnhkled that of Mrs. Maybrick has Just lnded with the full and unsaModitional pardone of Mrs. Henri e .ta Cook of (kshoree county. Kanas, hby Governor Heuphrey after she had been aollnlred in the state penitentiary for mne than 13 years, with a death selsteler con stantly hanging over her. The womnls had narrkel in Illinois in 1IS,. as it afterward appeared, out of spite and she and her hbuesbnd did not live hap pily together. ( le clay he was taken very ill in a field and was carried honme and nursed hy hie wife until she was worn olt when she was taken to au neighhorn to rest. Iuring her alhsente heIr listmlsetil dietr and as she hadul shortly Ibefore obtainled tryeh unin fronm a neighhelr. tie. (kadl miIan's stonacuh was euxaiiiited aid sltrye(a)'.lil was found in it. The wife was. arrest.dl. triel. conlvited and se(ten.kddl to he eoftllue"l i tlhe I'aIl tentlary until the Governior shoeald order her execution. Thra' yearn ago twe hunters aplxareal hselbr the state hoard of landreas and swmre that the (ook wlho hId been with theem on bnting trips had used stry.bnine for heart touables. This bore out Mrn. Cook's statemnent ald the board ilvesti msgd feautbe rand found the woman had s.affser wrmeagtully ad remonnaema'del her pandon to Governor Martin. He re. fbmedl to pdon her. Governor Helsei phbre. however, dkid so. FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. Wpm Arai Downs 1. Mm.k.Dee the N4ew %.. Dlxehaag.. NMw Yoaug. Segt. 7.- -The stocLk mearket war unusually attire atul strong to-lay for Niatarday. sad dealing. reflected monu Uthag mplore than usnauJ. traders ss*alplmmg. Tb. trews of the market as a rul. wasr rather bullish. and huyiug was of tihe n hit kind and extruded to a large aunaiwr of .Mots. The clos. war active arnd stung at the bust prices mesbed. tksveeranent. dull beg u7; petrmoeum opened strong at and ddraal to lull, then gnlternl anadat 1o3(: stock exchanger 16 4 b 100 kyýt l s5, c1aK N. goek. £C C Bo 110,MY (aledola B. in, m; C~or (4lq um\VaI~ II'¶ Car IDýe Ity sin. ?Ha 4>l i flbtl ll laIrLIOIP i Ornvl, -Iae Opeber ttil s ul Naa .b r i god IIIu.. me abs. in nw work. Now Tons. Sope. 7.-A viny di.U'ausm SM ~b.~ OWh&Aw I AD VB SOrOaU in mmb =W pimml of Diek Mleyem Qn 7rftft d Woehaffmu of"6.4wl it Uainmgr. I%* fire memabit -6 an ex bee~ .(lU, d w"& Am not,~ 'wiS bg .ew.i as f be I win a q . a ...dai.. .mot. rw ..d w d kh - 5k ºlam..'ho two monoila T ,s wows .. 5'- ad mum ijnund Sw thu ou planS.. orb n'.. A MIDNIGlHT MRRIAGE. mo ('.-dm a O.sd u t o Or. .mp Amablym amesta. New Yeos, 0epe. 7.-The sn me. msea that William H. Gesemlad be h btee married to Mim BUaaelhe . PrHatt the pmalor of the Tremast bhem at ('hlss o Wednayd as madUlgbt, h hlas ess a Sddeal do gmip in Blekir, wh.se see well known. itmen ers a-o GOesalamd merred Mias Mary Metemir s t('sltmeags, and Iyed with her in Brook ra lmall two ears ago. He was, daring the greater part of that time, the pdieepml cerk in a Jewelry store oa, IPtlmn meet, sadl was well ksown about town, blelas a .ptain sad laiolta of ri. , b , the Twett-h hbd r t. H-G As wl-f Is still living, and barnever sought or oh talaedl a divsee frous her b.s.baad, or, - far as she Is aware h. . ever breea a de edmlant. A little mor than two years ago (Capain Gmeesland behcaen lnfatuated with Miss Blanche H. Pratt. a prett girl on the Hill and a daughter of Lwell A. Prttwho is a dealer in agricultural Implenwmnt at M Bee.kinan st. et, and their first mnetint i saidk to have heeni at a church entertaln nenst. Trouble quickly followed between C'aptali Greenland and wife. anul the latter sinally went to her father's 'house at Chlit tenaago. Nulseaqently she returned to Brooklyn and had her husband arrestel for atlmaselonaenlt, but she withdrew the charge, and be agreed to pay her $6 a week. Green.alands osl' wrt became knowu in the Twenty-thinr regment, and Colossewl Parriklge sumnsunel insl one night to hlis oflk*. aual deanlded his resignation. which was ftarished Ianmudiately. oon, afterward, it is saki, Greenland withdrew** the' support froun his wife and tliapgrearel frosnt l.ooklyn. He Is now said to be a traveling saksrman for a New York houser. Mias Pratt's family live at 419 s (''luher. Iand stret heat nothing cotkl he learned, thent* ils l.e.rPece to hel reported n.arri age' at C'hieag. Her family were bitterly opposed to her courtship with Greenland who r.preelatel to her tlhat thalut hr Ii obtained a divorce froms hisi wife,. It in eikl she hade to run away freo hbone to nameet hil in C('hicago. Mass Pratt ie a ek.l k..tely ftransl blosaull and ia, well known i: cLlhurelh anld uorial circles on time HilI. Zt FINE CIO "R8. ' ('lever Trick tha:t 1. ro" foled a (Irgat MaWy New Yurlkern. Fnsin the New York iten. TIhe proprietor anrd a few fricmels were. sittlltg aroustld a table ill an smla-towun catfe. time other clay, whn time thdwr opeuaitl asdtl two lsei,. each carryinag a big bunldle tiuI dker his arnl, walked il ail ttok k ueats at tnrtlh"elr tablle. The' itweonlerw s were' evi dkintly foregneiire.s, Jlding froiss their olive e.'oiitlea.lkon, salrkllang black .ye.* anid litell white. te''tlh. They Ltid an animated conyversatinJ Isl Spanish over a unmali bottle of wine, and oeieuaslnally slhot furtive glalnce. at the tor. (Ies of tlhemn walked over to te tale where is. was sitting. and aseked: "Do es enor Martines live il si neigi-h. The Iprorietnr repldid that Ie- knew no one of that emale, andl the S.amniaru l walked lck to his com.panion. The pio rtowhisperedl to his friends: '"I know what thuse ducks ale up to. Just watekh and you'll seer some fuln." Presently the Spaniard crmweed the roon again as aiddresaed the gentleapevm around the table: "I hat got s.oue artecles to dleleekrver to Senor Martinest in New York. and I hat lost b.ew cart. Do nonel of sm gentlemen knsow Senor Martiuesa He keep a heeg rate." Thew prowpietor repewtal that lie knaew A"Ah" said te S~paniatrd "ant e's too had. I hat a lot of hreutiful igars, Pranl rigars, which I hat hbroaght .rol (iuam. ansd I must take e.an all hack agrain. Anld he cast alelllng glantcer at tIl pIwo priet*r's friends. Seeing that no oner was alferted by tils dclarationl.her lhened overand int a hoarse whisper uaid: "I am ame steward on a ('ulan slteaer. al mld I have. mlnuggled mee eigasr teautifult Havana igarns, for SCenor Martinems. Haf you got a roomc where I cans shw meau to you? Beautiful cigar, rarn' cigar all Havana. ('an't take 'ens bacIk nu Iooer. LIet yo'u Ihat 'el v.cr cheap. The. proprie'tor, without m'aying a word. walkedl over to whre. his lhat halhlg nia a imew andll took it ofI. The tface of the. cigar vendluer tell. He' threw down a dlollr mill for the. wiw alld hastily grabbing hllt hlulnlle walked cuat of the renm, followed by hios amelUlnnion. The proplietur .trlautlie ansd matle to his friend's., who looked sealr primed: "That's quite an old game. ThoIM crg no mre saw Havana than I did. Ts fellows anlke a livinl by gsetting people to believe that they work on ('llhan steaaers and mnuggIe the cigars. The cglars are usually of the two for live spe. clew. These men are mighty clever. and it talke an old hand at the beaminems to de.. tct tben. They problyr thoua t Just now that I was groin to eall a polemn. and thought it best to skip, even though they were enot smuggleers." Had new (meVo Ready. Vr unm tlhe IAId'svtire tcenm'erJmtrasl. Mrs. Ellisaeth Faith. whose death e cured a few days msince, in her 87th year, was a reamarkahkh wmonan ins many re speets. but in nose m hore than a reaseful husines outlook for futur emawergekwies. As an illustratkin of this it wars learns yesterday that tie coiii in which she. wars buared was nmude by her tilreetioual more than th. years ago. The ollin was of oldki walnut. lined with sian, and trimamwd with whlite ilk. It was encwlsed in a strong cedar ho. and this in still another box malek of thk k oak lumber. After its completion the maker took athe leln to her reaLlidele on East Jefferson street for inspection. She ex amnluad it with great caen. auul expuessed herself as satisfied with the workmamaship. She Iastructed the manmsufactur. to take it to his shop and keep it for her until she eeded it. It remained with him for three rars, until the death of its owner. last na~turdr,. brought it lnto service. IWta.madter in Msrylamm. Fram the Waddanhtoa (apital. "What's the matter?" asked a peasen gee on a train Ln Marylasd. as he poked his head out of the window. "Is there a cow on the track '" "No." replied the eanductor. "Then what did so ar T" "Well, there's a couple of with a hbatlo walking to the net station. and tlse enginslr and flrmsan tbouaght t'd top ln anogh to hear a tuae. One of 'em's a d dancer. a'oan out and take a look at them." LOOK OUT FOlR HIM. desha . mUalem bas esme to Ie am frsM we wm mr t maes NMw Taes. Se. T.-Ia as tuview Vo* r as ,n tamead m , sengnL van vow ** L "Ter nw at deo melhamue I have ust had I i the loms ot say meethas. I dio't warn to tal lebat IS m·ab. I ean eWly s I doe' bdSl Mbh Nimg as I have dms. up to anw. You kaew how pome abuse me, ad I I I makhe a d velsa my easmntms laugh a at wit e my lmedm try to gt uie t a bmohk I. u I wn show tho what I ean to do whU t ss1eagQan mush asheu it. I them ret plame I shall give up beMing, whitb has oempad all mr the me r. It Is an honeae sal.eNg, sad does good. mu s eea eimbumma n or -emd or eaie ., !, oeaosl- , eo M e imes to e eaguee bgee sea1 wer roe. I shall g giro with ma alns wier e ake' esntshion senal pt m theWre is n one depeamIsu a me bout amy father, spad he will tao eaed S MeH hol mis hous n Ia is owin n oane, wAhich will keep himo m comfaort to the esdo a his days. I ave b ghuth. Jim an with me the botes besea I rec at leave hio n alsse to was7 abouat my nv4hhrw' death." mWhle Sullivan was tatlk.s ashot his futuire politichtl aspitros a friend f 't his now oia cogres dropped Ia to se him comukl to help aSutlvan out at his trouble down she outh. After many onstponements and delay. the long heraitd po he toon to John the Sunllivan was elr at the A hdemyof I Music to-mnight. o he deenth treetn Thind to Fourth avenues was Il nod with a Iotley n rowd of Sullivan's admiqsea andI when the champion's carriage aptopeed It wads aln t thnpossible for the driver to I bring it to the curbsstone. When the champion alighted the cheering was tsenvsulkess. The audience in the aea k my was nota as largpe a had eer tum ptl eted. Suallivan ' appeased later l the evei..tHee vi. He land kmt none o hi. old-tinw. quickness andl I low ste I to the foot-lights and made one of his charact. istki sseeches. He said : " Ladles and gesntlesen- I do not know what to say to you, I ani at present susferlisg from a sad afll.tionl- the loss of any m.t her hut I wish to thank I the. New York publaie for their kindness to nwe. They have always abeen kind and I siver sihall forEget it. I I.w to aeslall I ye)ulr hunable servant." Sssllivan tlwma turned andl shook h.asudl with C('leury andl the allileuee' were treattl e :o a I()n t of eIIcut kII i."' b,'.ulP. I I Vrmn Il-mhn:Trt""* .9*. As*-II.i..tsl. PFwridcaº girls a.re tnot like tlwhir Aiatb, an nisterr, for the feorler ahllor slalg. IBlat for downright emnphadsi of explrewioln ald that .rvlity which i the soul of wit tlc': yikld the palmn to no other state. Several weeks ago a tan.lher of brave' rulngr nH.1 andIi Iatwaltital wenonu hlren tl. II inter4ir en(li iln Il anu exIEurni(HIon. A mInall k.ot of the visitolrn were walking leisurely thro.ighl the Park. whenl the following c.on w*.rtionl was overheal l lt-tween two of the visitor. It is reportaed verhatin, thob h ii. isn* ipnlsihle to rprasture the drawlifg, tarnlrest toae hi which it was dk liverdl : "Sal," asked one. displaying the ftlab of her new dresr and taking a sly hitch at her hustle; "Sal." how do my dress fit '" "Fingers and toe coudlkh't better it." "*Do Johbl umaen tear notice it."' "('an't keep his eye often it." "Do nry bustle shake about any "." "Sthakes Jeme like. Jull ," p rrpl~lk , air they poree~ on their wayr with an air of sratednph Is idesrrihto. chewing hawr Neairol ser. Frenu the Wmasblmtom lugt. The young ladies wbo delight in the fe licities of chewing gusU and keep their pretty little Jaws at work fronm morning until night in masticating what they can never swallow. hatl better take warning in tinua, if they priae their beauty. It that a youngr soiety belle of this c had an exercised her nautieatory mucle, that they stklk out like the hleep muscles which helped John L. ullivan win the prise of hamplon. The roung lady has gone in to retlrement, as her unusual facial devel opnment Is alrtlhin. hut attractive, and the only presrip iou that is possible to give her i thte advk--e, "don't move your iws." which Ihe is ernhu-voring to fulfil In the seclusion of her howme. E6inglag a neIa.. uYe. Frnan tIwN Niw Vtwk M.m. ."Thar Rgots the numane.t man in ('hi nook,"' groIwled one of tlhe old anossha.ck of the GusninIIII valley. as he pointter to It lH llon th"e op laite sid* of the street. " How son.' "~'iwhn fi nrt ca-ni helre we Mlad a tight. It was to Inw a fair light and no knifing. I got him down and got the gouge on his rrht eye, and what d'ye ruput'+ happene. " "H' e cried qultat." "No he dkln't. I.ma his s halder, but heI had a lra eye ther, and I kept fooil,°' with it until he haul le licked !" A Masupe.Ulhtd Jou.rnalan. Vrom Te~xas lfthlgii. Country editor: "'Gieat Scott!" Sut} editor: "What's the matter?" "Rums Harrion has bought fourteen pairs of pants Iln Englatw." "Well, what of it ?" "What of it ? Ain't we bherother republcan editors? And I have to have ny one of pants reversed and wear a coat to hkle the wear and tear made by the editorial tripod. By thunder from now on thlis aper is gtoinl to advo.ate fre trade. Fourteen pairs of pants!" Iod Pmae. liar V.mtpes. imam the New York Weekly. First footpad: "Where ye been :"' Lie oud footpad: "D)own in Kentucky. Moart mstarved." "Ye did :" "Yaw. Funt leaun mnescad on druna ken mlen, but I fbad they hadn't any stoney, because tbey spent It all thtwn I bteun wolu' fcr aobes sues, but I founsd they badn't a muse? or they wouldn' 'a abn sober. entuck is no pslae hcr hard-waorkin' Rets like 5*5.' T. Trap the Sket.. Vrtom the Ne.w ork Nun. aicbeldkk-I want to get nuu-ri~aam mat haev a wile to shenay nmoue . How c.. I cathb a pretty young girl? Ueenthrba-A lIttle purm-weigh-piema alI that's necesaryold felow. From the bsios Cousakr. Yetlowby: "Well, ny hoy. have you ot heck tron tihe beech '." lurowly : "Yes. old fellow. rye got back again, as you see." Y.: "Aud, I ,uppoae, renewed Ina health and stresgth and courmrg. to en Iap once morse in the active duties of fe T" IB.: "Well. the heealt and sreengtb part at it are all rt. hut I anm dubinus about the eurawe. VY.: "Whty, bow Is 7" 3. "W., I da's DUATN OF A NOT=D OIIMSAL. Froem m. l eaAlqr. The M- . a , lames Newmrms, a H mmadm al who usinm.t r thes .ty, ws IIe a ebamte. Annm a sentoe1 Nmn was.. n s asMesNmP esovied a i mla 0, e .p mei a d..g aderlew , ad hass r.a a leer ot d arlg reeaks who epeseam n U.sminmb ad esmi theaes metiet. Newsme was a s -aks at planm g reMo ls, aul he was weo ssead as a gmst i. smany walh roses Bnees ease' ando-u lde uoln thee I , r be tkn4 mai he hadt am d e .se threesh ", snd twas et to the lte.in w n l mo. Rather tmhen work h ao his w. wgd . rsh lwith an Lwile r lodtg . a uium' etest u U. Rase. l n .. M , lre went to ar Ipe and there. It Is .rd, was one o.a sng who disposed at the jewels .ad nmetals, with assistance from Mother Mai delbtmne when requied. Newsonmme ware dhred hack recentl to(leinmnatia w ee of hle fnoeer handsow self, and snon died in penury, after having uquasauked prisncely eortunes. On opening the body fosr tbuckshot, flattened out and mattee together, were found encrysted In the lumbar regian. When they had entered the botdy. they had s(trucrk ageainst the hony tissue of the s nJal columnn, and hadly pressure o tf nerve, produsred a Partial paralysis. Their pItrenctw caused aim constantly re currinralhMcaces. These bad either burst or elef had been give byn lanig through the back, oening the. The post morteonu wra jwrtormnael in the pree euace of sveml studtents of the Ohio Med ical College, and the haody was the, sent to one of t1he surgickal institutlins. Plans have beoe, prepared liy Chief Richey for the, new engine housue to he idlt on the west skle of (Oak stret. The uaiklinag will he .: fect deep with a front age of 18 fe et ons l)aLk street. It will he loutankdl on tnhe nortllay tlhe alley which ilividaks the blok. Whe, cowlnplehtedl it will affolr plenty of roonm for storing the uook and ladder itneek. andl as many ho.me 'arts as thlw eity is likely to iweid l"fr onmel !in" towenllp.. At the frolt of the latiklisgl will he takh-ed a tower bA feet highl. Inearthw. oly of which anl eletrile light will tih sta ioltel. Anllple Ic)visin will hw Hlanlk. for hIe e.anre of aplpirmtnus. asnd the. interior of iwe Ialhlding ils o arrangedt as to fisr aisl, a e-navnientI.ii pla.e iin whkih ith.e finr nina etl 15mdl tlilwnir nIl.tinags. Thi . .'gIcu:.ar.! Iuralrr.t. 'rns Me tlw' 1:::4h!n:ton Po*t. A gen.tknºan who ha* Ixvl, talked of ras a eandidlate for governor of oet. of the wev.tern agrik-tltural wtattti was eonversa ilg witll .s.ne frieasd In front of the Arlilngton hotel he othler evening. "'(tt in our statie we Ipay very little attaention to the vote oaf the* cit k." suakli e; "we. go for the farmers and the marn who gets thela uarriti the state." "*Yeta" said a liltener, atoently: "when you want to steer a ship of state yn gnet hokI 'o the tiller." Very ely. L" S ry LAklty. Prinn tht New .wrk em. t Marshal 4who hasI r.eswdl a horne thief fromi the viglasntes) -How did you feel wheti you were hanging there, waiting for ur to cut you downi Hore thief- I was neever in such an aw ftl state of suspense! ASSESSMENT NOTICE. AurcftEAN (tII IA MININW' AND MILIWNS. ('0. or AMRMIe'A! (hl'UHu. 4ILVKM flow totsNTv, YMoNT. Xaike is henby given that at a ont tang of the tnustees of mist 4umtsimy hell 4n the Slat day of Augst. INsm. an amumeuaeat of twu to1) era per abate was levledl upon the ital stuork of said iia rrpy. to0 us before the 1th day f (Irti beItI t L A. K * the r amurerx rnad cumpuny, at the r4 .tY 1 Aaaea , Mantai. Anyyr t a sa whk I said ameuuant shall re mamin fit rd oS the 1tth day of (totult r t, nhall hbe twtnsed detlinqiat and will be duly ad vertlaud for wase at gsiwlb auutinm, and unuay yaymwnt shall he nade Itwfam. will tw suod uo t .1Sth day of (ktrotr. tarp, to pay the d.4iu qenCt amuWQattnt. topIgsHer with the bauts of ad vritlualta and expenfes of saie. A. 1.. KI\(1. kAerur o y. A N ACE INISA. I helodge (couty(. Must. TOOeY aR H*I UNT. Ih*nlers in FINE WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS. Billiard and Pool Tables In ('onn.ttioa. ELECGNT CLUB ROOMS 4Open Iay aMul Night. MAIN NTMRET, - - ANAcONI)A. CROCKET & KING, Stationers , Booksellers -IIKAL5 IU( CIG,%RS. TOBACCOS. ETC. I'tstomed News ,taand. ANACONDIA - MONTANA. MONTANA LUMBER AND PRODUGE GO., -DEAI.ERS IN Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings. WhsHOLSdL.t DeoLy In, ed an LO N Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal. Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of BR IN & MITCH E LL. WAGONS. from QUARTZ GEARS to .light SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK, PERRY, STUDEBAKER and STXNDRRD BUGGIES RND CARRIAGES. and a full line of ROAD CARTS of best makes. Garden City, ('lie and Oliver Chilled Plows. A ful n or Petrs..' and Morley Bers.' Concd Harnemss. Smith, Woshrurgtnsa A Co.' Carrtae. Bustpr and Track HIarnes. alddgles the p ]ies and Duster, and eerrthing I ertaining to this liae. .gp''all and look thrmough our setnek. It is complete in all the .dlfesent lines, and we defy .ompetition. J. T. CARROLL, Mater.y LOSEE & MAXWELL. OUR W iND-UP SALE *- OP XLL--o SUMMER GOODS WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER, IN ORDOR TO GI0M ROOM FOR OUR IMMENSE STOCK 0 OF FPLL- * DRY GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC Now arriving. Come early and obtain Bargains. LO()SEE & MAXWELL. C. M. SAWYER. ('HAS. HOUCK. C. D. BAKER. SAkYER, HOUCK & CO. Wholesale sun Retail dealers In Wagons, Carriages. Buggies, Road Carts, Har ness. Robes, Whips, Etc. Also whlr.slr crmmlseas Dealmr La BUTTER, FLOUR, EGGS, CHEESE, FRUIT, &c. Thuraton's Block, First Street, B*tween Cherry and C.edr. ANACONDA, - - - - - MONTANA. CHARLES T. W. CRESS. (traduate in Pharma.yJ Dealer in Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints and Oils, Window Glass, Pacy sad Toilet Articles, Statismery, Cigars and Tobacco. Pre scriptions accurately compoumded day sad night. First Street. - - Anaconda. Montana. D. 13B. BIRR ~.1N * FIRST STREET, - - - ANACONDA, MONTANA. Carriage Builder, Blacksmith and Wagon Shop. AUll classs of ,new a~e waga woolmork exmecute pramptly alnd I t1w best meamer. BLrrea pays attention to flrmeholn r. AU kinds of mar letarry repairmlag with receive hls perenual supervision.