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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
TRAVELER'SGUIDE. HHSJahicivk.^9:0.% A. SI.^rromhut e-Leavea Biifte st H00 A.M., Klher llow ItMl A. M , Milan ^:15 A. M.^11 :.^^^^ A. ^i - Kro:n llutte ami ^;nrusoo- l.-avenI nth* 10 oo A. M.. Silver Bow 11 OS A. M.,smart II .31 A. M. CoiiaectK at .mu irt with tr.nawlncb leave* i ani^ u ut 10.JU A.M., 1^e.-l Lodge Ic44 A.M. e.u r. M.-riom liiitta-Unvm ltuttesaP. M Silver llow 0 :42 f. M . Stuart (1:1^ P. M. toilsp. at.^riuiu tisrriMw-Uwrauarrlasa 4Uiaf. SL, Deer Lodije ^M f. M , btun.it NflM. TRAIJIHDEPART. :9oA. M.^For (inrtlNin^Sttinrt ^:^A. M.,^I^4^r Lodge n .'^ i A. M.. (,airiM^n B1- 10:'^^ A. M. 0:0 A. At.^For iv.it.- - ..mi SI I 40 A. M^^rimer llow m lu.OiA. M., striving at Buna^111'JU A. M. aiSO l\ St.^ For Butte an I Garrison -1 eav^^Htusrt at 3:(W P. M., alllMl U^ I.Ulle at 111 P.^St., canll.ti, at I IS P. M i^o P. M. -1 or Hutle-Lrave Btu irt St 7 06 P.^M , arriTiuu in llulie at 7 4S P. .^. Arrivaland Departure of Mails. P.MA M^Ml A M 11au,^ DFI'AHT PAii.vroit^Peer 1/xlce, Helena, ami points Sortli amiWeil ot Helena Butte Lultc,Helena, Deer Lcd.-e, n.uml .ml Mininsola2.50 P M 1mi.. an iioiuts bourn, all haste n Stales7.20 PM tanoH 4.0JPM table and P^reuees, uuiia M, Mou- (layWednenlujr ami Saturday. 11ai1jiAI1111VK DAILY IWK Deerl/algc, Helena, anil points North amiWe-t of Hen nali nn A M Ile.ina and l^e, r Lsaac^ HA M Aili^. ut North BaS West of i.aiT.*^ii lu.is P M^All point* v.; ill ami Ijtst of (.arrism.10.15 P St^All puintt .south, oil hast'in Slates Slidlluitell.W A M Carrol'^ 30 A M Cableaiel I'yienees, a.on P, M Tues^^day, IBtBradaysad Saturday^All inaila elose 4^. tnliintes l^efore dct/arlure. NOTQUITE SLICK ENOUGH KellyTaps a Till Bnt Fails to Get Away^With the Plunder. REACHING FOR HIS KNIFE OfficerPickle la Too Much for^Thief Who la Now Put^Away For Several^Months. the CharlesKelly, alias Coatello, Is one of^those young men who think they are aa^fly aa they make them. Last Friday he^waa released from the county jail where^ho had been serving a term for assault^and battery. He came immediately to^tula city and reaumed his attempts to gain^hia livlihood by the esercise of his wits.^He slept in the saloons at night and got^hia meals when and where he could, pat^^ronizing the free lunch counters with^regularity and perseverance. Mondaynight Kelly was dosing in Rob^Naglo's aaloon. About 3 o'clock in the^morning observing that the proprietor^himaclf waa anatching a few minutes'^sleep in a chair near the fire, Kelly^slipped off his shoes and crawled be-^hind the bar to the till. He opened^it and proceeded In help himself tn all its^contents, about (18 in coins. But the pro^^prietor wasn't so sound asleep aa Kelly^fancied. Uefnre Kelly could make Ins^escape from the place, he was up and af^^ter him. Kelly tendered f j, claiming that^tl.m was all lie had taken ; but the propri^^etor wouldn't have it that way, ao finally^Kelly yiel,|('il up the balance. Hythis tune OMit-cr Tickle was on the^scene uiid learning what had hapi^encil^proceeded to make Kelly a prisoner.^Kelly tried to draw a Unite, but the ollleer^was too tin it k for him, and placing the^cull's on liim landed the thief ill jail with^^out further trouble. Thecast* came tin before Jmlge Fitr-^geruld yesterday. - Kelly was found guilty^und sentenced to HJtlays ill jail .tinI to pay^n fine of ^..i. It is not likely that he run^find the ^j) and tho community may con^^gratulate itself on being rid of huu for^some time. THEWEATHER. Thedaily record of the thermometer in^this city ia reported by A. T. l'layter, drug^^gist, corner Mam und First streets. The^lecord lor yeaterday was: 7 a. in., .7 de^^grees above; 12 in., 'M degreea above;^4 p. m.. 4- degreea above; B p. in., 3 de^^grees above. ABOUTTHE CITY.^F. M. Fox is seriously ill with pneu- Amongothers, ('. W.^up w ith the grip. llrandonia laid W.C. Allen and Jerry Graham^h ave to-day for Fairhavcn, Wash. will tele-Ana- Tooey^ Hunt are about to put in^phones connecting their I ante and^conda gambling houses. Thesale of seats for ^Natural Gas^ ia^pmgrrasing at the Smith Drug company's^store. The iml cations are there will be^u big house to-night. Therewill lie a meeting of saloon^^keepers in Judge Fitzgerald's ollleo at 8^o'clock this evening to consider further^the boycott placed up ni J. V. l'etritz Arrangementsure progressing for sn^exhibition in the t.'hestniit street achool^during the second week in March. The^methods used in primary work will be^displayed. St.Mark's Episcopal church. Upper^Main street, J. C Vinnii, pastor. Services^to-ilay: Litany and address at 11 o'clock.^I.veiling prayer and lecture at 7:IW. Nitli-^ject of lecture: ^Several ( oiuinoii Mis^^conceptions ot tile Church.'* HughUltras wus sentenced yeaterday to^16 days imprisonment for vagrancy.^Daniel Smith received a like sentence^but it wus suspended to give him athance^to go to work. Smith said he was willing^to work and was looking for it when he^was arrested. The NATURALCAS.'^Celebrated Opera HOWTO BURN DIAMONDS. AJeweler Learn. That It la Possible at^His Own Kxpease. Pmmthe St. Louts He public. Inthe year ltiila it was discovered by^actual experiment that a diamond would^burn. Then Cosmos III. had one fixed^in the focus of a burning glass and, after^some exposure to the rays of the sun, it^cracked, corruscated and finally disaap-^peered like a ghost, leaving not a single^trace that it had ever existed, not even an^atom of ashes. Butexperiments of this sort wore^costly: they were long in yielding any^scientific result. It was only a king or^a sovereign prince that could afford to^see his Jewels vanish like the gifts of a^fairy godmother. Another potentate..^Francis 1 .tried the quality of a number of^diamonds in the heat of a furnace, and^may have felt aome gratification when he^found they hud disappeared. This waa^in 1750, and about twenty years later^acientiflc experiments burned a magnifi^^cent diamond in 1'aria. Ajeweler named LeHlane now came^forward and denied the possihility of^burning a diamond, even goingaofaras to^accuse the chemist, Marguer, of fraud in^conducting diamond burning 'operations.^He had often, he aaaerted, ex cm mod diu-^monda to great heal, with the sole result^of increasing their brilliancy. AMr. Streeter had done the same with^sueceaa. But it seeuia that LeBlaue on y^knew half of what Mr. Streeter knew.^When Marquer demanded that the jew^^eler enclose aome diamoiida in coal in a^crucible he rashly assented, and in three^hour* they had all disappeared. ThenMaillard, who set ma to hare bad^hia suapieioua of tin^o operations, put^three diumonda in an earthen bowl^packed in powdered charcoal und exiioseil j teed^them to intense heat without iujury.^Next Lavoisier came forward Willi^explanations of the phenomena attending^the results of these variona ex|ierimenta^lie aays by abutting out the air diamoiida^ure preserved in the intense heat of a^furnace, but that the admission of oxy^^gen, which combines w ith the carbon of^the diamonds, allows it to burn almost as^readily us a piece of coal. APointer. iMon- Bringin your laundry packages^day and tliey will be returned Saturday^from the Troy steam laundry. Salt Lake^City. Their work is unequalled. II. T.^Mahan, agent, at E. C. Freyachlag * ( o.'a,^children's school shoes and Hue furnish^^ings. NewHotel. TheWindsor Hotel ..n I rout street has^been repaired and refitted ami is In^charge of an experienced hotel man who^is determined to provide for bis patrons^in the most substantial and satisfactory^man ner. Smokersof the celebrated and original^^Cuban Blossoms^ will in future find^every cigar and every lx^x branded ^L.^Lillis.^ All others are counterfeit. L.^Lillis, 1.131' Second avenue. New York, Alsrge shipment of carpets has Just^been received at Estea A t onnell's, in^^cluding many new snd beautiful ruga.^Call and see them. TheOld Stage l ines growfewer every year. By the recent ex-^i tension of the Union Pacific, the old trail^from Cheyenne north to Douglas and the^Black hills country ia now occupied by^well equipped trains. This new line^niakcaeaay of accesa the rich miucral^lauda of Wyoming. Fast trains, good^acrvice, and low rates. Clothingand Furnishing Goods Department ~ ESTES^ GONNELL forItent. Twohsndiomc offices in the StandAitn^building. Pianostuned and repaired by Fred Or-^ton of i 'i t,.n Bros, i-uiiafactiun guuran- It HARKIbONIANla Fully SIMPLICITY. lielined Mr.Barkovicli, who is selling Milwau^^kee heer al 6 cents n gluss, desires to say^that it will not nlTecl him in the least^whether Mr. l'etritz does or doea not sell^hagf to tho 6-cent saloons, as he gap buy^bia beer ill Butte und slill retail it for ^^cents a gluas. TheKnights of Labor will open their^doors to tho public this evening at 8^o'clock in Matlie Block hall. H. (1. Bil^^lings, president of the Workingmen's^union, will give a lecture in the interests^of labor. All ure inviltil to come and^hear him. *'lr. Stoddart lias a License ^^The Doctor's certificate authorizing^him to practice in Montana is filed in re^^corder's olllce. Deer Lodge, all false^^hoods published in pap-rs by rival doc^^tor.- to the contrary notwithstanding. Dr.^Stod.lari needs no legislature or college^to qualify h.m He has his old creden^^tials und don't need to go oil east und^graduate. Dr. Stoddart will be ut Me-^B uruey houac. Deer Lodge, March lltth,^and ut the Montana, Anaconda, March^l ull and list. IMay at Kvaoa1^House Tills Kvt'lalug.^^Natural Gas^ u comedy that has won^enviable and deserved fame will lie pre^^sented at Evans opera house this even^^ing. The New York W^ir says of it:^^When people ill n play with such nanus^as L'hrittopher JHi'ff, H'AiWem O'Hourke,^.Vol's K. Howell, tfi^i/cr HVii/mkiu* Julistin^ItviMlle, A'lffi/ .Wufonc and Jimjjsy get to^^gether they necessarily employ them^^selves in fun making. These were a few^of the characters in 'Natural Gas' tho^musical farce that waa made known to^New York at the Fifth Avenue Theatre^last night. It ia described in the bill ua^the work of Mr. Grattau Donnelly, but^the real authors are Mr. Eddie Girard,^who plays to perfection anything gro-^tesuue that Ilea between the atuge Irish^policeman and an Italian's monkey, and^Mr. Henry I'initially, one of Hie cleverest^young light comediaua on tho Americuu^stage, and the other capable people in^the cast, there is some consistency about^the simple plot. Afr. CHrtHtuplier Muff ojie-^rates a gas exchange und lie has a delight^^ful assortment of female clerks. Hisacrub^woman. Kilty MsjaBSBs is suddenly en^^riched by the dlacovery of a gaa well on^her small piece of property. Her hand ia^the object of the ambition of Afr. It'nu tV^t^(I'liouikr, a policeman. The first act^introduces the characters: .We. A'oii A'.^HiHreil is an actor, .Wr. t/otftnn Bsagas a^lawyer, Uinger H'/ii/ivnc, a darkey. Jiiii/isi/,^the broker's aasislaut, Jruuettr, u pert^typewriter, fui-j/. a society belle. The^second act seea Kitty MaUtue in .iobbcs-^sioii of her weul'.h. She gives a soiree^mtisicule und uses exulted phrases and^lierverted English and French. The^third uct is given to u luwn tennis parly.^The special work that ia intro^^duced is entirely ill keeping with^the individual characters, und alto^^gether the entertainment is tho^b i of its kind. What ia said is lose ef^^fective than what is done. Mr. Kddic^Girard us M'hitirm O liourke exprcssea his^et'siutic Irish nature in extraordinary^postures und peculiar ways in dancing^und bowing, lie Pounces about the stage^with wonderful elasticity, and in giiinace^and contortion is the most fertile sprue^that farce has given us. The most amus^^ing s|iecial pertoruiauee was the imita^^tions ol Mr. G.rard und that excellent^light comedian Henry Donnelly in the^second act. 'i'beir purotlicsarc indescrib^^able. Their iuiitaiioii of Tony Puator in^aoug, with the manipulations of his fu-^iniiiur and ^ lb-cme opera hat; the acting^of the scene from Annie 1'ixley's^'M'lisB,' Huverly'a minatrcla, I'at^Kooiicy, the celebrated magicians Keller^und Herrmann und the charudu ot Buf-^lulo Bill was replete with genuine humor.^Mr. Donnelly is a comedian of distinct^original force. The enure company ure^artists. Gentlemendesiring their shirts, collars^and cuffs laundricd in the most elegant^manner should patronise tbe famous Troy^Steam Laundry of Salt Luke ^ ny. H. T.^Mahan. agent. E. t . Kreysehlug ^ Co.,^lade-- fine shoes and gents' furnishings. ,ec,*. Aspecial meeting of the stockholders^of the Boulder I'lume A; Mercantile^company, will be held nt the olllce of^Fitzl'atrick * Striekfadeli. Anaconda,^Molilalia, on Wednesday March the 4ih,^ls'.tl, at I'M p. Ill, for the purpose of^tuking into consideration the proposition^of leasing the plant. And for the trans^^action of any other business which may^It gaily come before them. M.J. Frr/.i'ATtiicg, Secretary. Pianosof all OrtonBros. thestandard makes at ConertKverv Kvening.^An Italian band will give a concert^every evening at the St. Lawrence saloon.^Park uveuue. Concert commences at 8^o'clock. Ladles! Itwill pay you to attend tbe sale of^muslin underwear ut Estea ,v Council's.^Prices from 40 to HO cents for goods that^are worth twice the money. Sow is the^time to get bargains in underwear. (lotblngrsale.iu.infor 11 rlena.^Wanted, a thorough, experienced and^reliable Jewish clothing salesman and^stockkccpcr at good wages. One who^understands window dressing preferred.^Address H. it 11., Helena postoltlce. Lagrip|k- is prevalent, but poor laun^^dry work is more so. Patronise the cele^^brated Troy lai'ndry of Salt Lake City for^line work. 11. T. Mahan, agent, at K. C.^Freyachlag A Co.'s, boots and shoes and^men's furnialuug gooda. Mr.Needham. of the Esles ^ Connell^Mercantile company, haa purchased a^Job lot of muslin in New York, which haa^arrived ut their ature and w.ll be sold at^prices which will tatiafy all. SmokeSeal of Chicago. Scidenberg'a^first-class Havnnas. U. M. Greig, Bole^agent. torSale, Thefixtures and stock of a salnon on^First alreet. Fiizl'atnck 4 Strickfaden. Threef orks Mining and Milling Coinpany. Ata meeting of the above company,^IfcSSf at Three Forks on Friday, January^3u. ls 'l, the following buainesa was trans^^acted : Movedand carried that a limited num^^ber of the shares of this company Im^^placed upon the market for the further^development of the projierty of the com^^pany, which now consials of seven lode^mining locationa, situated in the county^ol Jcilcrson, Montana. A.HAMH nbkook, Prea.d'Uit, J.t). HoiTiM., Secretary. Simpleand Mors^Tllan Thai or Jefleraou. Fromthe New York Times. liigidsimplicity ia ttiu rule of life at the^white house. Kepublicuua declare with^pride to Democrats that it is even simpler^simplicity than was the simplicity of Jcil^^crson. Democrats analyze the claim.^Courteously they respond that Jt fferson's^simplicity was stern and austere; that^Harrison's is artless and obtains not iu^ollleial but only in domestic life. Thatia the difft-reiice. It ia, in fact,^the calm and homley simplicity thatchar-^acterixjd the domestic life in Indian^^apolis. The regulations thut governed^that life here prevail to the smallest de^^tail^to the detail evun of codfish in the^form of balls for breakfast four mornings^iu the week. Jefferson,it ia true, also took to the Rx-^ctltive mansion the customs of hia Vir-^gina home. It ia recorded of him that he^smoked a pipe in the parlor. But he^went further, and abolished all ollleial^forma. He frowned when addressed by-^letter ^His Kxcellency^ or by word si^mouth as ^Your excellency.^ Mr. Har^^rison, as the president, lias in no way^modified the official code of precedence,^and letters lo ^His Excellency l'residetit^benjamin Harrison^ receive the saine^close consideration aa do thoae more^plain ij- addressed. But, domestically, aa^Hie chief magistrate of an interesting^household, he ia iu no way different from^the plain Mr. Harrison of lndianapoli-.^Ami, as tothoortiers of the family, neither^have they changed. Andthis attitude ia not an assumed^one. It is not taken for campaign Ms^poaea nor with USS view of obtain ng the^approval of the tanners of the country.^The life of the Indianapolis home is con^^tinued from ehoise, or rather as a matter^of course. The llurrisons were fond of^codfish balls III Iudiuiiapolis, wherefore^should they not have codfish balls in^Wushingtmi^ And who shall say they^shall mu, if they wish ASlight Mistake. Fromllic I/inilon MooDstiine. AI. ml latin r blessed with 11 children^and a very domestic man, tella this story: tineuftcrnooit, busiueaa being very-^dull, lie took the early train back to his^happy home and alter a time slipped Bp*^stairs to help put the children to bed.^Being mis-ed soon, his wife went up to^see what waa going on. I'pou o|a;iiiiig^tbe nursery door she exclaimed : Why,dear, what in the world are you^doing^ Why.wifey.^ said he, ^I am putting^the children to bed and bearing them say^their liltle prayers. Yes,^said w ifey, ^but this is one of^our m iglibor's children, ull undresstHl. Andho hud to redress it and send it^home. biasWaa Weary. Fromthe Bostou I oui ler. PaBlanche! 1 wish to csution you^against giving that young Twaddle any^encouragement; bo's not the style of u^man 1 fancy. BlancheDon't worry, pa. about my^cultivating any fondness for him. lie^makes n ie tired ! BubThai's ao, pa! He made sis so^tired last night that she had lo sit ou hia^lap to rest. NoTluie Lost. Fromthe Itiiliati^|^^l - Journal. MudgeThere's no sense in a man los^^ing his independence juat becauac begets^married. If ever 1 do marry, my wife^shall not do my thinking fur me. YabsleyBut why not V Y'ou surely do^not think that the task would take up any appreciableall r.t of Iter tune HighHSU Coins High. Froml.lfc. Iw lU take two scats for to-night. How^much ure they V Adollar fifty each, unless you wear a^large hui, in which caso your seat will^cost *18. Lighteendollars! Yes,miss; ss your hat will ruin tl,^ix-rforiiiaiiee for at least a dozen people. NOMORE BACK ACHE OORttONW TCURU r ^ Va^t e a j1 m.TROutmjm^invest \ B.A. U'AtTHUL^Butte Cltv. Montana. niioititttle sad ss:1) K H'KM.r.Y .S lpaJlNGllJH^^^pVCURf e f'lTl lv*i^l |k,T JLitoNiCj1 ''oWUiC- M.^INDlGESTION-AinNMIWlON aA. D'ACIHX'U^BuiteUity, Molilalia. wholesalesad EVANSOPERA HOUSE EXTRAORUNARYCOIEDT ANNOUNCEMENT ONE NIGHT ONLY. MARY FirstS|'|m-aiance In thlt clty of the^1 svorltet.11 ui ttDONNELLY+ RND + GIRARD ** Amitheir lin-at lomedy ( oinpsriv^in n o I in. -i ,.f al fsroe comedies, NHTURAL ^ CHS, Ina New Meter. Ccmln-ito this c'ty with the s lonnesl faiee^coiiieuy t'oiiq any e\er brought to thl^ tt^ ill, and^Hut are its at auaaber of nw snislalltes e.er^done ailli sal ( ^in. any. no tXO I'lP'N. llicpit-ss iii si titles aekuo^le. g, Doun-lly^and i.naru's ^Natural (las''t ^ be the i est ai d^funoirst of all. ill.,oiimauv eon-ls'a ef lb n'y V ponnel v,^lalxard (tirard, i.e. rt^- Murphy, I'en M ^. k,^.1 \v Mi era, Sstsi Mutguy, auwla lawreoer, .Mls Alillle ll.i'k B lie.11, M|^1 Millie lift'-^l^ w. ttls. l-lore.ieeO'ie-ler. M ^^ Jeaaaj Mtttl ler.Miss Jes-i, U lillitr, M,^^ 11 allelic UoW- aru,Miss i san^ n n.^hatassg but fit i. rsss rias tsfsn af swrtats Kiw in. s e. i ea s. u.'^. l ew ilsm er, m w ami faaaiSM Isllsir In sat ral i satiisna ast nretty fi,S^^ I lie mil'IC Hill he uui.er the c h ' e Ion , f^Mlt SICMAsUI STAHI, a .llmr of llio ^Be.i^k 0^^ and ^Mini feSha. ' Prices. OOc.and $l secondHand l'laao^For sole. A Square piano of standard^make, in good order, at a bargain. S. A. Kewmcott. Aapccial aale of ladies' muslin und, r-^wear ia going on at Eatee A Connsll's this^week. Prices *0. 45 and 50 ceuu for^goods that are worth twice the money. SmokeSeal of Chicago,^first-class Havanaa.^ageUL Scldenberg'sK. M. Greig, sole MERCANTILECO. Inour Clothinfj Department for Fall and Winter trade we have afiner line of domestic and imported poods than has ever been^placed bclore the public for their inspection. The newest and latest^stylei and designs. xl$1.50 TO $5.00 Weguarantee to save you in CA^H VALUE on the purchase of^each Suit We will not nve you the STALE OLD CHESTNUTS^OF CLOSING OUT DODGERS ami PRESENTS TO BLIND^THE PURCHASER. The dollar ca-.li value saved is what you^want. WEARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ChristysImported London Hat; The Celebrated Gold Medal Tigef^Hat, Hand Made; Stetson Hats, the Finest Grades. AlsoAgents for Wilson Brothers' Fine Fitting White Shirts and^Negligees. The Latest and Newest Novelties in Neckwear; the^Latest and Newest Styles in F..^ W. Collars; the Latest and Newest^Styles in Fine Dress Shirts. In fact it you want anything of the^Newest and Latest Styles and Designs in Furnishings always go to ESTES5 CONNELL WGRCHNT1L6C07-xPHNY. Wewill always take great interest in showing goods to all,^your purchases be what they may.K. ^ C. M. CO. let Noveltiarler Itut-blee. Fromthe Jewel, r ^ Weekly. Garterbucklea of ailvcr ore now clalx^r^^ately ornamented in enamel, the design*^tieihg chiefly butterflies, punaies and vio^^lets and sprays of other amall II .wers. a Troy-Troy steam^Troy steam laundry.^Salt Lake ( ity. Ctah.^li. T. Malum, agent. The Smith Premier typewriter aur- Lassesevery other machine in tbe market.^JSSJ ^ Kennedy, agents. Ilcforebuying examine the acclimated^sounding l^oard of the lioston piano.^King A Kennedy, state agents. Takeit before breakfast,^ because it^will give you an apfw-tite, regulal- the^Is ^ . la and cleanse the system of all mi-^^ - Dr. Henley's Lugliau Dun Jeiis.ii^Tumc. J. C. KEPPLER Anseonds,Montana, Watchmakerand Jeweler, Dealerlo DIHMONDS Alltirades at Watches,Clocks Jewelry, Op^^tical Goods, Silverware. Etc HOWIS THIS FOa BUTTE LOSEE^ MAXWELL Willgive you full value for your money in DRY+ GOODS AndMen's Furnishing Goods of All Kinds. Weare Agents in Anaconda for the best School Shoe^in America for Hoys and Girls^viz: the RED^SCHOOL HOUSE SHOE. PANTS sun TOM|^TO sMBL 41ICKERM1N i ResidentAbenL IMl 20.00 8E. B'dwsy, ABUTTED* Bart^ Hears FINESHOES FOR MEN Wecarry a fun Has of handturned Shoe* for^Ladles and Mlsaee Blade^hy the well ksowa bouse or UtKocbester. M. BUSWELL. -ma;- IValclimaker! AtIke uex 111 V K. I1RSIST., ANACONDA. ttwui*Matiuaea lor sale Owingto our irnmcn^c line of goods and being cramped for room^v.c were compelled tn clean out uur Men'* ready made^suit department, and have added a CustomTailoring Order Department FromDROWNING. KING I CO.. of New York. We guarantee a^fit in all orders intrusted to us. Call and see. LOSEE^ MAXWELL ANACONDA. MONT.