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theanaconda standard: tuesday morning, january 20. 1801.
SENATOR PLUMB'S HAT.
It Disturbs Hie Ht-raulty of Comedian^WIIIUiii H. C raiie.
Fromtlif New York Time*.
Itis welt known to the* crowd* that^have witnessed the performance of ^The^Senator^ at the Star that W. H. Crane,^the comedian, ^make* up^ to represent^afl nearly as possible Senator Plumb of^|MM Mr. Crane, until quite recently,^had fl ittt't-iil himself that he had tuc-^ceeded in reproducing the figure and per^^sonal appearance of the Kansas Mates-^nian almost to |^,*rfft-1 .hi. and he was^encouraged in the notion by his hosts of^frieii In, all of whom were unanimous in^declaring that ^The Senator^ of the St^-^HtulMr. I'lunili were ^as alike as two^mm.^ If the iMinpurisoii was not orig-^iuul it was at least empliatir, and was ac-^cryt^-il a* decisive on tin* question of Mr.^Mr. Crime'* make-up.
I'uthe comedian has lieen aulijecte^l t ^^a c tnplcie (li.silliisiou on tins hiibji ct,^ami by ibe only person in the world who^wa^ thoroughly eotniiftent to criticiso his^^^^iiak^ up^^Senator I'luiiih himself. Mr.^l'inin!^. hi company with the lion. Thomas^Kv.lll, I'lllted Stales nuuistiT to Mexico,^ree' inly rlsited the Star and watched the^performance of ^The Senator.^ They^laiigii d and applauded as vigorously as^anyoo.ly in the large audienee, hut it was^noticed that whenever the ^business^ of^t::e play NQMlN I Mr. Crane to display li s^^^w.ovepipe^ hat Senator 1'liimh moveil^w* arily in his seat ami whispered to his^coiupan:on. When the curtain finally^drop;^ d on the la-.l act, S -uator lMutnh^and Minister Kyan visited Mr. Crane in^his dressing room. Mr. l'lumh's first^gn-i ting us lr^ stepped inside the door and^grasped the comedian's hand was, ^Crane,^Where did v 'ii get that hat 7
^Hat!That hat!^ stammered the^comedian, piekiug no the mJmI which^had mm thus flippantly referred to and^holding it admirably at arm's length.^^That hat! What's the matter with'hat^hat'.^''
(Ill,the hat's all right,^ laughed^Senator I'lunih. ^Only 1 never wore a^silk hat in my life, and my creditors^wouldn't know me for myself in a head^pieee like that.
Crane,who had been flattering himself^that his counterfeit presentment of Sna-^tor I'luuib was little short of perfection,^^iropncd into his chair and fairly gasped.^He threw the oil ending hat into the cor^^ner and declared that he would never^wear it again. ^Hut I hare worn it, and^1 shall again,^ said tho comedian, in re^^lating the story. ^People in New York^would not recognize 'the senator' now^without his stovepipe. 1 shall make^PIMM wear that hat in spite of himself^till the end of my season here. Then,^when 1 go to Washington, 'tho senator'^will appear in a plain, round felt hat, the^only Kind Mr. I'lunih was ever known to^Wear, and he will wear it so long as he^breathes the breath of life.
KrtiiurkMhlcAire anil Name.
Fromthe City of Mexico Universal.
AtSan Martin, near Alacapotxal, there^resides u pine Indian woman who i^ be^^lieved to M 115 years of age. Her de^^scendants are numerous anil count^umoiig their number sens and daughters,^grandchildren, great-grandchildren and^^real-great grandchildren. She owns^documents proving that m carried oa^lawsuits with Viceroy Vehcgns while^Spain still held iloiuiu ii'i in Mexico. Bar^husband died about eight yea rs ago in his^Nth year. Tin- mam by w hieh she is^known is Torres, but her true name is^lxcahuaxochill.
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Andveil it Ml 'twas so^^For win a it came Piere wasn't room
Foranything Iml w is-.
PioneerNational Bank of Montana
DesignatedDepository of U.
Paidup Capital, - $^;oo,ooo^i^urplus and Profits, $000,000
H.t. HAFfFH PrMldent
A.J, DAVIft Vlee-Pien.lriit
K.W KNKiHTi ashler
T.II. KLKINM H^lixrAsmstant Cashier
OLo.11. 11 ILLSecond IMM Casuior
8.T. llRimer,.lolia ^^. I'urtla,
A.M. Holier.11. s. 11
1.II. KleiiisclniildUin an M. I'arcbea.
Generalhanking ImtUiest transacted. Interest^paid 011 tunc deiiosil*.
Ball^ and ^ Carnival
tuhe held at 1111:
WestGranite Street, On
FOBTHF. UFNF.FIT OF T1IK IIL'TTE CITY
POLKBIKYS hub FI ND.
THEPOLLOWIVO nhm TO l.F AWAKIKD
Firml*n/^*^Mo*t elegantly dr^'*M*d irrnl; oue^Koild cold, liuutllkK cum^ watch. \ iilurd ul
I'liflI'rize^ Most t-lt'Kautly difSKod lady; ^n*^^genuine solitaire dianioml iiiy:. Valued al^( k1u.u0.
Secdiuipr./*v^ Best* KiittatntM charm-tor by
lady;one hilver tollei uud .)^w^l mm t^et.^tMMM I'll7e Itevt NmmW mWMM '^y ireut;
oiiei^oM lu-Hili^l eaiie,^Tlind 1'it/e Most r^wiir;il ehanu-ter by lady;
otiesolid silver cake and fruit dl*!..^llilid I'ii/c Most rohilcil character by pent;^one kil\ei IMMM mIk umbn 11a.^I f ^w-a very eSeu'anl Itm-^^f ^^^^tiuneH IM A.^1 .lull 11 ^. Niii. imted eosiumerii of S;iu Francisco,^I have I'eeti secured.
!GRAND MARCH AT 9 P. M.
Ticketsaitmlitiuit i;eutlenian anil l.any^In costume $2.50
AlillAND TIME ASStie KVKUVONE.
Fnjescau he seen al .1 II. I.KYSOV8 Jew-^I'lrj' Store, *.'l Nerlh Mam street.
THELOCAL MARKETS.^The Quotations Are Krviwl and C*rr*ct^4
RngarGranulated, per too ^C^ 17 M: light^l'rowii.^T.iii. |niltrii/e^t II A A. New York 9la.Se,^loaf, $13.1111, lllH|ile, p. I |Miluiil, 16.*.
toffre Market stmiik.-: irreen Kio 2.ViUtV.^Java Maudalilinit. ^k^; Mocha, ..tiilnc. maste,|^Itioamf ^ osta Itiea. ^.^suM.^^'. risutect Carboj.i,^roasteil Misha and Java. JihV*k, At^huckle's, av.
Tras-.la|n,.V.'i.'A'. Knghsh llreakfast, ^e.' I^ll.tO. liiiiipowdrr, 4Scjt*l.uu, extra Yuunf ll^^sun. T5.'i^i.m
I'ickl.^^ - l-a^tern-3 gal., *.'.*^; J gal., IS JO; 10^j al . - ^
l'otatoes-ft.73 |ter cwt.
fahhaKc lvr cwt . tJ.OO.
Fttts iVr ease. #s i^^.
Ituttei I'er ^ iHH-.
Cheese-Per t^, JiVI Jir.
Flint liricl sp|.h ^. |s-r V^ psckagei, tt.2S.
Sllci'll.T*l V^ hoves. In* |iel H-o|^'-.n-he^. Salt Ijlke.
Me:ai'itcms, ^.^.ic. c\ah.n ated ihuo, Soc; black^berries, IV; rasuberries, a^\
Calif'irniafruits^'^ '^) iht cats.
:iff-Manilsril MMlOM, SJ.7S,
s.| si Mutant corn. - 10.
it. M.uiilai .l peas, ^.t..-^i. seconds, $2.71
: fi Ktriti|tan^f Ulna heans, s.'.7.'t.
Driedbeans Navy, $u oi | ei luu t^- Lima.^$:^^ Haras. $*) a.
Wheat No. l, per 1^^ ff-. HAi
Iem^Crarked, |s-rinii It'. $.'.t^.
Hian Per luu Hi, ^l.ju; In in ami short^ |^ ^^llti P-, $i..tn.
Hour I'er lim t^, rillstuir^ M . ^t, $4-30; Og
ilell.JU.smi Ktra^'ue. ^^|lai^^.' $j.uu.^Colli meal Per ll^^ It'. $.(.110.
UM|MM P't m 8', s.^'.t^i.^I aril totfr ue,
rresbMe Us Pork, lie; beef, $s3ate: Innih.
qlalter-. 7v ' -I oi; Illation 7. I v.
HaltMeats Ham Ion ^.^(^^; bacon, iv; clunisl^heef, lis-, pork, IV; sausages, l.' f'.'IV.^^ oal Per ton. haul sucuu, soil, s.i.ou,
\\. ^i Per e.'l.l U M.
lla\ IVr Ion. $j...im.^Sttaw per ton, $I.'.(Wl^Oal* -per cwt. |m|
THEEAST GRANITE COMPflNYi
7.K. PARDEE. PrezUcntand Manager, j. A. UYDB, Vi /'/^^,. ard Treasure. P. C. PREYSCHLAG,
SmnHmjf. fOHNWELCH, mW ALLEN McDON ELL 5*fwi*l*hin(
5CO.OOOSharos, $lo Each. Stock In Troasury 1 OO.OOO ii laros.
Locationof Company's properties Consisting o( the Tkt \ M lhf,ir!urr. Tin- M, atrial. The Posfnn^^! one-half. Tht Blsei A'.. ^'. .^/.,/ Tki Welch 1 /..^. situate.I i n Cr.inite Mountain, two thousand five hun-^. dred feet smitli .mil east from the main ^lntt of the Granite Moustwi Compan/.
Theprincipal development if on the N^ m Departure lode, nrhere \\ rk is now being done, and where^there is now e\po^ed, at a depth of 75 feet. .1 well defined vein. Containing from 3 to V j feet^of ore, very closely rCMmbling the ore found in the Granite Mountain vein, under bimilar develop^^ment.
Ahoist is being erected having a 500-foot capacity and the shaft will he sent down to that depth as^vapidly possible. The company'! treasury stocli will be sold until January if^, at 50 cents per share^alter that date the price will be $i 00.
Fartieideairing stock can gel it and particulars regarding the mine from Joseph A. Hyde, Treas^^urer, or K. C Preytchlig, Secretary.
J,K. PARDEE. Manager.
A.s. Huffman ^ Co.,
\Ylml^^a^ Dealer In
liquors- and - cigars,
\Nme, of all kinils a S|iei ialljr.^Examine uur prices on Cigars auu Li^iiiora of 1:
Mallei.lei ^ 1 1' in 1 1 .j altendeil la.^PHIl.lPsllUlin. MONT
iik.11.1 It ^
FreshGame, Oysters and Fisb,
Liquors,C gars, Cand^es, Nuts and^Fruits, Butter, Fresh r.ggsand
COUNTRY ^ PRODUCE.
FastFirst Strict,Anacomla, Mont.
LUMBERAND PRODUCE GO.
Lumber,Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
Wholesaledea ers in FLOUR. W holesale an l Retail Dealers in Hay, drain, Feed, and Hard^and ioft Coal. Agents Continental Oil C ompany. We cafty 111 stock a Full Line of
Silver- Lake - Hotel Bain
Iamb,| ^ n, ,i 10 tin- ,nitiiir. it is a mim
lruk mmm itveuily Imllland
lightedWilli Incamlesmil KlKtrtr l.iclm^and every rouvMiieucs for kui'sis.
lraiislentl(at. ^, I'er Day% 1 04
IjslOnaru St., oni' Italf I'luelc T
Ir.niiMain Stn*:.DU 1 I E .
From^ 'u.irtz (icars to Light Spring Wagons. Alio CI irk, I'crry, Stutlcbaker ami
STHNDHRDBUGGIES and CARRIAGES
Amia lull line ^^^ ROAD CARTS ol b^4 makes. Gardan City, flipper iml Chiliad^I'lo'ws. A full line ol Peters' and Iforley Bros'. ( oncoid Harneat, Smith, Wocthington h^Co.'s Carriage Buggy and Track Harncu. Saddles, Whips, Robes and Dusters^ and cvery-
tliin;;pet f SUlin j to this.
QCall and lutik through our stock. It is complete in .ill the different lines, anil we defy^competition.J. T. CARROLL, Manager.
Jji0 all ye Dwellers in Narrow, Contracted, Consumptive-looking B ock Houses, We Say Come With us to
B0ZEMHN THE BEAUTIFUL
Andpurchase a home in the PROSPECT HILL ADDITION on the Highlands of the Gallatin. You may have a front yard of pansies and roses, and a
pure,clear, invigorating, healthful atmosphere, free lrom dust and free from smoke, all of which will promote the
healthand comfort of yourself and children.
PROSPECTHIL^U ADDITION TO
Isnot a common every day Prairie Subdivision, it is the finest and most aristocratic part ol the city, only a few minutes walk from the business center and com^^mands a view of the city, valley and mountains. If you would be thrifty you must be spry.
LOTSTO DAY SlfiO EACH, $20 DOWN, BALANCE $20 PER MONTH!
J.W. MURPHY ^ CO., OWNERS.
RoomNo. 6, Marchesseau ^ Valiton Block, Butte City. Montana.
B.F. MAHAN, Agent Anaconda.
RAMSEYft PERKINS, Agents, Bozeman.