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THEANACONDA STANDARD. THURSDAY MUKNING, MARCH io.iSqi.
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. TheOf' c 1 Faper c' Deer Lod^e County nelivor.itly carrier or mrtl! at ten dollar! a BUT,tun 1 delists :i ^i .arter or our^^liil:: 1 a 111 'iiih. THESTKNDHRD Istlteon'iitailv newspapt WM tolermpti dis-^aateftssla D-t Loafs ^ ^iinty. It punts^in (a Ic.^1 .iv' carwtthaa any M^newspaper 111 .Miiilaiia. MmBJMBSMMainl t.nsin. ^ MMM MM ''*' MMnim4ti theSTANDARD r.irner^^f Main unit Third sttects, Anaconda,^Montana. THURSDAY.MAlu u V^. Dt'L Wfsupposed these republican news^^papers knew what tin y were tiilMag^about when tiny said that PmMjri'^vania and ^l:iinc. twa republican^Flrotighn its. were friend,y to ballot re-^lortn. TtM MMMtt hat never l^^'^-'t^able to pet evtti .-o iniich as a hearing^in lYiiiisylvanin. while la Maine, just u^few dais iijjo, every democrat in tin-^lower kMM ^il tin- legislature voted for^the Australian b dint bill and WWHf-^four republicans v ited against it. ^*'ir^memory is that Mr. K ed, of Maine,^is one of the congressmen who were^bound to have a fair election, even if^it took a force bill to do it, MM an^MM ballot law that do sn't need any^bayonet in it^no, that isn't the kind of^election law Mr. Heed hag in mind. THENORMAL DEATH RATE.^In 11 recent address before the Ameri^^can A emit in v of Political and Social^IMM at Philadelphia, l^r. John S.^BUUllgl, a standard authority on t[iiei-^tions concei niii;; vital s'at tstics, asuert-^ed that 111 a city whose sanitary condi^^tions are reasonably perfect the death^rate should never exceed eighteen per^thousand inhabitants. Any excess, be^said, tnd c ited unmething wroicr in the^city itsell. It niiiiht M supposed that^Dr. Hillings would make tin exception^to his rule in seasons of epidemics, but^he isn*t incl unl to. Walla we have^not yet arrived at thestiige of applying^Ristt malic and efficient prevention, he^contends that such prevention is per^^fectly possible. Ye', the medical pro^^fession must admit that the cleanest^water and the most perfect plumbing^ulTord no absolute protection against^such diseases as diptluria, sin all pox^or typhus, should any of them once cet^a foothold in the neighborhood. Nor^does a man who attempts to make a^fixed law like that laid down by Dr. Hil^^lings take into proper account the fact^that the strain of city lite wears en the^human organism, and that as the re^^sult of such wear and tear the cases of^persons who are not downright ill and^yet are not well are very numerous.^Such persons are especially liable to^disease, gituv their ability to resist ex^^tremes of temperature and sudden^changes of weather is seriously im^^paired. _ ASTO TITLES. Themajority of the men who have a^right'.^^ vote in Montana believe that^the state is dishonestly represented in^the federal senate. These voters are^satislied that Wilber F. Sund-rs and^Thomas ('. Power occupy seats that^were stolen. They do not hesitate to^say so, and by the formality of ballots^cast at a general election they have re^^corded their denunciation of the men^themselves and of the criminal tin thods^whereby they laid hold of honors^which th ^^^ never honestly won. The e^two men pose in the senate chamber^with as much assurance M if they were^respected by their associates or 1 rusted^by their assumed constituents. They^will live to the end of their term*^under the consciousness that they are^shunned. So tar us their own self re^^spect is concerned, the, migiit a^ well^stand in the center of tie- senate cham^^ber and permit some insolent pa :e to^spit in their f aces as toendiire as bo h^of them have endured without retort^the insulting taunts which republican^senators l aw thing in their teeth. At^the ballot box Mo .tana has tnpiarnl^its account with these two tisiirpir.;^as for tlictnsalvi s. liny are left to the^consciuusiics* tha* their own party de^^spises them and that the aaopla w.li^ever hold l hem in DOM tan pi, Hefereiici'to this unsavory subject^is sugues'ed by yestetday's comments inthe Unite Jut:/ Mountain. That^newspaper wa-toil two hundred and^tweiity-saveti solid lines, aggregating^sixteen hundred and n.nety two weary^words, in an attempt toassociat.' the^name of .1 udge DtXOB^the only hon^^estly elected representative this s'ate^has to day In I lit- lederal congress -^with the names of ItaaitsCI and I'ower.^This attempt to give decent statidiiu;^la tOa fraudulent senat ^rs is, we sub^niit, unfair toward inly man who is ad-^mired by his fellow citizens or who^has any record for reputable methods^in politics. 'Ihecomment of the ttttmf Mountain^appears to be prompted by nil it was^said in the M \Mi\i;i^ rewarding the^senatorial election in California. To^begin with, the hid r MotUttntU ex^pressed regret that California does not^confer the ienatorship on some man^worthy of the honor. The mtavdabo^recognized the appropriateness of this^comment on the pending contest in^California, reminding its contemporary^at the same time that, with senders^and 1'otver in the senate, Montana is^not in position to criticise the choice^i/f senators made by anv sister state.^Such 18. indeed, the unhappy plight in^which Montana Imds hersell. HaaM^raw-boned crank from Kansas mav be^swept into mom^ ntary ptominetice by thelifting tide that carries I'effer in^and sends Ingallt out, but it will be^admitted that the people of K msas^d^ creed it, and thereupon IVfTer is the^lieer ol Ihe grandest man in the senate,^some switched-eff theologian may !*^^carried by a passing craze in South l^a^kota up to political heights to which^he is alike untitled and unaccustomed,^but, with unquestioned credent la s he^will pass unchallenged the threshold of^the senate chamber there to lake his^seat wi h as much right as If he was a^master in statecraft. Some crafty man^may suborn Willi gold the ngislaiure^of California^as much has been more^than whispered; ha ii either ol the as^pir.m s succeed* in this, it can at least^be said of In in that he bought his sMI^and paid for it, ilie country will^not say he stole it. The^si'aniia i;i^ said yesterday that^Ihe p.-ople and the press of^Montana are not at liberty to criti^^cise the senatorial election in any^otherstate. That is a humiliating uec-^lar. turn; we renew it tins morning. Theobject of our Hutte contempo^^rary is to evolve out of its two hundred^ami twenty-seven lints of cominont an^inlercnie ttitit Judge D.xon's Utlt to a^seal in the house ol representatives is^ipn stionable, a^ is the title held by^Sanders or I'ower. Tnis is new to us.^The result of the November election^was declared four mouths ago, anil^now for the first time we Hud the suc^^cessful candidate's title quest ;o..ed.^We do not know where the llaw is^found, we have never heard where the^wrong or error lies, but if the com pi to^legality of the election is not as clear^as noonday light then let Judge Dixon,^in the name ol find, resign all claim to^a seal in the house of representatives,^let him not presume to cross the^borders of this state to take his place^in the national legislature, let the^wrong be righted even if the people^must be sent once again to the polls to^do v, and let this ill-faring state have^at lent one man of lawful title in the^counsels of the nation. Theworst fate MM can liefall a repu^^table citizen awaits Judge Dixon if^ever it shall truthfully be said that his^title is dishonest as that ol Wilber F-^Sanders and Thomas C. I'ower is de^^clared t O be. TWOMEN FOR HARRISON.^The prospects for renomination^look brignt to Mr. Harrison when two^such chieftains of the republican party^as Thomas C. I'litt and S ephen 11.^Klkius de.'lare in his favor. KHllaat-^ing the possibility that these worthies^for some ulterior purpose are giving^the president adose ot tall'., they have^made up their minds that, all things^cousidertd, he is the best man to run^in MM) and when 1 Mat I and Hlkius^make up their mind to anything like^that, look out for it to happen. Pre^^posterous as the nomination of Harri^^son seems, it may be in the cards, espe^^cially it Tom I'latt has the dealing id'^them. I'latt puts it in this way, ac^^cord nig to an interview: ^We can't^get out of renominating Harrison. It^is idle to think of anyone else. 1 say^this from the standpoint of a practical^politician. In lHSh the democrats were^obliged to r^ nominate Cleveland. For^the same reason the republicans will^hate to nominate Harrison in 18112,^sink or swim. If we fail to take up^Harrison then we confess that his ad^^ministration was a failure. We^couldn't fuce the country on such an^issue and win. Harrison must be^given another chance.^ To all of^which Mr. | kins says ^litre, too.^ So^far as tie- democrats are concerned, it^is to be hoped that these twodislin^guished leaders of republicanism will^not see I'd to change their minds be^^fore the assembling of the nominating^convention. Anew ami strikingly original char^^acter has been discovered among ihe^members of the fifty-second congress.^So lar from aspiring to be a statesman^of the Jerry Simpson or any other^school, this gentleman, Lewis Steward,^of the Kighth Illinois distrit^. Ma*^nouncts that M proposes to lie the tail-^entler of congress, lie hails from a^distiift that had always bet ore been^overwhelmingly republican. He says^the democrats for years have MM^in the ha1.it of putting him up only to^be knocki d down and out, but they did^HaaM tooolteii. He is a plain, old.^t as\ going fanner w ho n '\er made ji^campaign or :in\ other kind ol a spe.di^in his life, anil couldn't if he tried. ||e^took bit nomination last fall as a mat-^lei of course, didn't spend a cent or^make a move in any way, and was^paralyzed with at'onishuient to Irani^that I.e was e!ec:t d after ail. In his^ignorance and conceit Mr. Steward says^he is going to be the l.i/.ns: man ill^couert ss. It is evident MMMffc that he^has nevi r seen the senior senator of^New York. Hyreason of the countless appeals^that the t onus.'! for the prisoners are^taking, the state of New York is ac^^cumulating as line a lot of condemn* ii^murderers on her hands as could M^asked. Hack and lorih between the^New Yoik court of appeals and the^I'nitid Slates supreme court the^lawyers My, faking up a frosh one as^often as an old appeal is dismissed. The^list of murderers now under sentence^of death by electricity, embraces a pro^fcasioual base ball player, a soldier of^the salvation army, an Italian, a Jap,^a negro ami a Scotchman. 1'ney are^severally sentenced and resentenced^every month or two. but their end is^not yet. Two of them, the ball player^and the Salvationist, have been ordered^to be killed during the week beginning^in xt Sunday, but it may lie weeks,^months, years |x thaps, before they are^Dually touched off. Htritir.is nnswcrcd in the current^number of Ihe same magazine by Mrs.^M. K. \\. Sherwood. Mrs. Wells elab^^orated a number of reasons with a^great tletil of skill and philosophy, and^her observations i n the mtdect have^been quoted far and wide as tending^io show how women in an advanced^slage of civilization are more and more^disiml n-il to ent-rthe married state.^Mrs. Hicrwood on the other hand, as^^serts with refreshing blindness that^most unmarried women have not mar^^ried baoaaM they never had the chance.^As no gent email would ever have^dared to say as much, how ever strongly^he may have benevtd it, Mrs. Sher^^wood nas rendered the Dunking world^an important service. CUKRENTCOMMENT. TlieI.omI Answer* I'rayer. in.mime (BMaa Ma* AMtomcongress! From nil surli in^future, from B#Md ami spoli.ition, from^insolence, lawl'-ssiics* and rapine, from^lleodiHiu ai d McKiuloyUm in whatever^form^i^uoil baM dohvrr us. Ifur Crisp. It mi the Host n MtaMn 'Wetire sunlit;!)' inclined to look upon^Mr. Crisp an th stined lor the place,1' it^says ^He nan ilium tl in Massachusetts^i for it last an limn, and hy Mtffarlout poli^^ticians. Mr. i rUo has a cool head and s^I well-balanced brain. These tiro the moat^lakpaMMM attributes for a speaker. liiH.'A^rieuuarHl I'io|ien*ity. KrcinI lie PMnai Ms*) banner. Texastins a H^^t!U '^r icovcrnor, a Pig^for judijc, a Lamb for senator, a Durham^for representative, ami a liufralo for^uherilt. It wouid seem as if the Lone Star^stale proposes to run her political ma^^chinery on a regular ^stock^ combina^^tion. Futility^l ITulilbltlam. Fromthe lluMi.n MM Wehave always maintained that the^victories wh eh the cause of temperance^trains nr.' those victories which it Rains^over the inclinations of men, and that the^virtue which lb secured by the arbitrary^removal of temptation if, in a civilized^community, a virtue that is not worth the VMMaji Ala'iiit-ii Divrr-lon.^Trent the M:imca|m^!is .Iniirnal. TheBWMei 1 ki s a UMMM ^111,^Smiic f. ailiers, II..w.-is ami fust.^Anil sens ih. in all I'V.'lli r there^In a ^l-1 (mm iiiusk.^Mi. tins s it iniiiiil, she smiles a bit. Anil. Ill'U sue Mumps llpeu It ; AUilliil' rt'sulth^K wreck sue calls^In r SiaM BStV liaster li inu.t. 'Iw^ e^l ^^!^'*^ hikI 1 w i ell ledum.^I' roro the Mi wank, e Kfuttuel. Thefarm r/ alliance i- doWu on trusts^^ dial is, other fellows' truslK^and that^is the basis of iis MgMM ilioll. Now It^att.'units to form the boss trust of the ajje.^The liitlianu whitecaps or^.ims.al to put^dow n law Icssneas ami became the moat^lawless t!ai^|^ possible. Tile alliance was^MaaaMal lopul down trusts and it under^^takes to form the ho/Rest of all trusts. riireetornMmuld OlrccU^From the PMMl lphia Iteconl. Mr.l)i pew thinks it ridiculous to hold^h m n sponsible for aceidenls as uirector^of a railway, for the reasou that he is di^^rector of over thirty railways. In other^words he assumes that by multiplying- his^responsibilities he may evade tbeiu. Tins^i^ a wrong itlea. It is the business of di^^rectors to direct. The man who under^^takes to direct thirty corporations is un^^dertaking too big a Job to do it Justice. Mr.Harrison's Ducking. Fromtin' Philadelphia Times. Otwhat was Mr. Harrison thinking as^hu sat in that ducking blind all day on^Tuesday, when the wind blew, and the^water rustled, ami the celery plants lay^sodden at the bottom, and only on* duck^came ins way '.' 4 lur chief magistrate has^not an imaginative mind; but may it not^have occurred to him that his duck bunt^^ing was but after all the type ami parallel^of lua political hunting 7 He has so often^gone out in Ihe morning rejoicing and has^so ofien come back rorrowing, not hav^^ing even hauttctl his one wounded duck,^that li^' must hare been the point. Hut he won'tU'U. H^w gaasaa siruck o.i. Fromthe 1'itlshurtr IMsnatcli. Thereis great excitement around Elisa^^beth, twenty miles up the Mouongahela^river, over the discovery of petroleum.^Th^ pioneer well is being worked as a^^mystery.^ The derrick lias been hoarded^up, and no one is allowed to enter. The^community is ovcr-imi with oil operators^and laud scalpers, who are anxious lo get^territory, and farmers are demand.ng ex-^orb, taut bonuses lor the right to drill. If^it is really a new field, James ii. HI one^w ill prolil gfgatajfi i^f he is tie' owaicr of^a largo farm -now unproductive,althoiiifli^iimlei laid with coal. The first well is^*aid lo be g..od for M barrels a day. Iteallrat ion of Acelenl I'lophrcy. I'li'lllthe Potts, tile I tin ulete. W'lieuthe Mliipmiiu of American pe^^trol- urn to l'alcstinc began it was ac^^counted the fullillinenl ot a if drew^pis ph^ cy, and now the appearance of^Alller e ill loccm .tives 111 the Holy Lmd^tor Use on lbs railway from Jall'a to J.-ru-^sal^ in is at eotiiited tin'liilfllliuoiil ol ihe^words of the prophet Kalium^that ^the^chariots shall lie wah tlamihtf lorelu-s in^the d ^y of his preparation. * ^ ^ T hey^shall stem like torches; they shall run^like lie MgaaaMg*^ It Hatters iiniinmtl^pride to know that two of the aneienl^prophecies find iheir verillcatiou through^Ann rieaii genius. lrsK He QtMHtl Wells' artich' on^' Why woaien doti't marry,^ in a n . oaataaaiMr of Um Smrtk Ammrimn IMil lure s,|. On tg111. 1From Ihe I'lillinlelphla Tunes. Wedo not regard (iovernor Hill's blun^^der ill holding on lo the ezecuiive ottlce^when every dictate of decency calls for his^res ly mi lion as seriously injurious to bis^presidential prospects. If he erer had^presidential prospects worth considering^lie would have destroyed them by this^pitiable coiilessioii of weakness, bm as he^never was w ithin sight of a presidential^nomination be couldn't destroy what |never existed. He has, however, greatly^impaired his power ami prestige as a^party leader, and it must lie obvious to^his dispassionate friends, as it is to all in^^telligent democrats in New York, that the^party must still er greatly by his arrogant^assuuipt.ou of political authority to seiie^a get at pohtical organisation as the meie^plaything of his ambition. Ilee rleoy in Mar Ships. FraHtl i V w \oik Times. Aletter 11 co \ ed by a gentleman in this^ally 'r-'in a friend in Toulon dc-cribcs^die II lUinc re as ^ihe finest cruiser of her sizeafloat, although looking like a Qaiakatr^in a ue eting-house amid ber warlike sur-^rounihngs.^ Continuing, the writer says:^^1 Ibid the application of electricity to^warfare much lurtber advanced in Hug-^land than in America, and 1 could not re^^sist a feeling of astonishment oil seeing^the machinery for revolving the enormous^turrets of the Chilian ship Captain I'ratt^by electric motors, (iuus are fired by^eh ctricity, as a matter of course, not as^an ^ xperunent, and now the enormous^slnp-liu lduig works, 'L'-s Forges et hau^^lier.-,' are going lo hum r one ttf their new^ships by electric motors. I tlo not mean^to in .v.' the valve of the steam-steering^engine, but to niove the helm itself. bPKng FOLiitcs IM Mohican. M*It suit Will II. ttaeli-d Willi (ieu- erulInleietl.^Ft ^in II.e gMMMi Post. Thepieseul political situation in Michi^^gan is as. unique as 11 Is interesting, and^the spring election-, for which prepara^^tion is already being made, promise to^have far more than local imports The re-^maikah.e political overturn which took^p.ace in the Wolverine slate, whereby i s^congressional delegation was cluing d^fr^ in nine republicans and two demo.iais^to three republicans and eighl democrats,^was more, il may be, tie; r stilt of a bap-^ba/urd lubion ol the various foices of op-^posiaoii, and republican apathy, ihali aa^abaolutu democratic success. Caught^napping last year, the republicans^this, spiing are exceedingly act.ve. The^balance of power lies with a third cle^^ment, wiiosu head is the Patron of In^^dustry, an organization with a large tin MM^bership. It was through an alliance w ith^this I'limeiit on the tariff question, that^the democratic success of last year was^made possible. The courso of the de^^mocracy, however, has since been such^that all three parties will present a ticket^for supreme judge this spring. The can^^vass is exciting great interest from the^light its outcome may shed on the posi^^tion of Michigan in IMC, and further on^the quality of permanency in the last^year's victory. If the republicans regain^the state, or show any special capneny^for recuperation, it will go far lowar is^arousing enthusiasm next year; if they^fail it will but corroborate ihe democratic^claim that the revolt at the West was not^a political spasm nor a barren ideality,^bul a solid and enduring fact. PHOPHETSWITHOUT HONOR. senatorTeller on Ihe Opponents of Free^silver Coinage, ChlcnuoEvenlrg Post Interview. Notlive men in 100 have ever sludied^the silver question. And to listen to some^men in the Last, accredited financier*,^talk is enough to drive one acquainted^with the question wild with cxasp -ration.^In Wh, when the Hlaiidbill piovidin^ for^ihe monthly coinage of la^RMjMI was^passed. Senator Sherman prophesii il that^gold would be driven Irom the country.^^I'ossibly not before *5^J,UJD.hlJU bud lieen^coined, but certainly then,' he sal h^Later be raised the limit of safely to f luo,-^UUI.ujO. Then he knew lb it gold would^be no more. Howmuch truth was there in his^prophecy'.'^ The senator smiled as he^asked the question. ^To-day we have^over J400.O0 i.OOU coined and our stock of^fold is irod.sKJO.OOU^an amount greater^than we ever had. ^How do you account, senator, for such^men as Sherman, men of undoubti d in^^telligence and long study, so strongly op^^posing what you and others believe will^be so beneficial ^ Menwith presidential ambitions be^^lieve it fatal to run counter to the wish of^Wall street. To conciliate that thorough^^fare Is, in their minds, absolutely neces^^sary to quiet tbe buzzing of the bee within^their bonnets. And they are perhaps^right. Wall street with a contribution of^fl,000,000 exsrts a most potent influence^in tbe world of politics. Immense sums^were raised during the last presidential^campaign. Hut tbey were not raised for^educational purposes. And yet the volume^of business done in Wall street is scarce^a tithe to the amouut transacted in tbe^country. It is the small amounts of flu^and under that tower above it. Such^transactions, small when separated, in^the aggregate form four-fifths of the busi^^ness of the country. And to enable such^transactions to be made without impedi^^ment an immense amount of currency is^needed. The demand is growing all the^time, but the gold product of America is^not large enough to supply it. MEN AND WOMEN. Mr.Parnell makes a grave mistake^when he threatens his enemies with vio^^lence. A cracked pitcher is not a v^ ry^f ilnidnble weapon, even when it is tilled^w ith gall. Thehealth of Mrs. Stanford gives con-^si lrabh' anxiety to her friends, and it^was because of this that her husband, the^senator, tlid not care to accompany Mr.^Hearst's remains to California. WhenSpeaker lieed got through ciying^over the spilled milk of a MigMM repu^^tation, h-- dried up his tears, went to see^t ainu'iicita Ounce, and didu'i ^ veil try t i^call the kicking creature to order. SecretaryFoster is preparing a lecture^on ^How t.i D. al With the L quor U;ucs-^lioti.^ Il would be interesting to know^how h^ dealt with It when the boys were^w hooping it up over Ins llomiuati iii. SamJones says his, health is failing and^ih it he Is on the verge of physical col^^lapse. It w ill be iiitcrt slii g to hear how^Ins friend, ^he mayor, Ml since Sam^used himself up in climbing ov^ r him. Thestory going the rounds that Mr.^Gladstone has only three hats is absurd.^The uiuiiIh r should lie four. He has a^venerable plug of the vintage of '32, w Inch^never comes out of the family treasure^chest except on St. l'alrit k's Day. Mrs.alary Navarro is selling ihe theat^^rical wardrolM- in which as ^Our Mary^^she won tbe admiratii n of every Ameri^^can theater-goor. A less prosaic and mat-^tt r-of-fact woman would bare advertised^herself by giving ibem lo some charily. JoeJefferson has no patience widi the^system of giving passes to theatrical per^^formances, and w heu bo wauls his |.ar^^ticular friends lo come as ^coiiipiimeut-^aries^ he buys a bunch of tickets and^hands them around. He di csu't want to^rob the box ^ Hi. e in entertaining his^guests. If,as rc| orted, Admiral Ilrown, of the^t tilled Slates cruiser Charleston, kissed^all the pretty girls ill Honolulu (luring his^recent visit there, he must have been tin d^of such a Sandwich least, and shou.d^MM turned over the du'y lo a lot of Ins^young lieutenants, who never object t ^^,b. use ot salve. Mr.and Mrs. CMMM Dudley Warner^arc enjoying themselves in F.o once. thatartistically delirious ami delieiously^dirty city, which is to t very visitor a^btruuge janilili of palaces ami pictures,^ol beauty and beggars, of sculpture and^sodden bread, nod win n; the very men-^ilieants are redolent of glory, garlic and^gaiety. PostmasterVan Cott of New York is a^sensible man, who doesn't close b s eyes^to the fact ihai women ; re commit io the^front us wagi -earners and proving their^ability to support their hu-bands. lie Ml^already given positions to six young^tallies in the money order department,^and inti-mlb to open other I ranches ot^wan k to their competition, always diaiv-^ing the hue ai tile letu r-carrymir sect.on. FURNISHEDROOMS -INTHI^ COBBANBLOCK, A'.ulort ars pass t lie door. Mis. M. BEAT, Prop^First door l as', ol .Mel) null Hotel, liutt.' * THE - CITY LiveryStable CARLE!ON ^ McINTYRE, IMHMMMl Ageneral transfei luisuu-ss transacted. Iirsl-class single uiitl double hits. MssfMMNo. 20. Stable.Broadway. Philipsburg. J.C. KEPPLER Anaconda,Montana, Watchmakerand Jeweler, Utaierh. DIH7VONDS AllGrades oC Watches,Clocks Jewelry, Op^^tical Goods, Silverware, Eta Mrs.M. I. Jenkins. Mr. J. K. Wolfe. JENKINS^ WOLFE, Proprietorsof ttie Better House, \V. Broadway. VieHave Leased Ihe Apartment ltoomi^ui the Barret^ Jacky Block, ONWEST park ST. TheBooms have t'een newly painted, papered^i.n.1 isaatat ly huuisiiel turoii^houu 11KAJ Kit BY HOr WATKK. AccomniiIhII'ns ti e Hest Location MM 'n^the Business l.'enter, is L'usiii passed. WILLBE OPENED MARCH 10 I'nra Limited Number of lensnts. TheBLTLI'KMMMM on Brntntwav we will^run In connect on will; the new liuus;* on West^I'ark street. Kespi-citu ly, Jh.Ns.INS ^ WOLFE. Thefinest place in the rity,^One Block West of Main St. on Fr nt. Allkinds of CARRIAGEAND SLEIGH REPAIRING dunein the ('nest style I can make yon srn.nl earttrepan nu.i avaol^t*r fear kfcaga aud lur-^uoli anything )^ u may wa.il Miners'BvjcUzts. Cars, ficks. Etc.. onhum! nt cheap pr res. Ilorsestiochiir a*M^w hile von wait. I a so Have a h.i'nls.^me line ot^llgtu sleighs for sale DANIfcL 11IKK.N, riopmiiirol liic In en biuessinuti lata in^the ell). r\the columbia tit Dnildin ^ Loan Association OfIII .M'tlt is author zed to do^Lntlliess in this S ale. ALtbor.zedCspl.al.^Poll up ' op til SI000 000.^54,000,000 OFFKElls AI Bl m 1.J. KK i 1X1. vnent. ravenan Mo.it. 7VT0NTHNH. 1 9 Tt-,'iS^v**. ^*i'^:i*i ft ..f-.-V I saj. Anaconda,Montana, mntisTMjvu 1, i^^9) REOPENEDOCT.1,1890. Oneof fe hsmla un it ami m-st elepint an- !^^; ted s la Mm I'nil.'d States. IhorouKhly^^refiroof,. n,| provnl witli atavatars, ^ ec ric^hells. Ho- alaMsaj IttaaMl water, ha i lis, steam^heat, open Hi- p!i .-. s and all modern conven^^ient' s. liccuis i d su.ii'and s|iik1^ I'uisuicaud^sei uee Miieiiy |iist c mi. Kates Irom $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, Accurd.ugto M7c :tml rliaracter of ruonii oc- ipit tl CW. LOOMIS, Prop. BUSINESSCARDS. OlIIl'MAI IIhi; ^ BLVLltlUUE, ASSAYEKSAND CIlEMIliTB. RO. Box sea. 25 W. (iranlte St., Hutte, Mont.^||M^I St riiENANT, : MM I'ainiek. : Kalsominln, paper Hiuiv-iiiK ami Frescoing^I^ 'Ile 111 llie l esl sl^le of ilie an. EOICALAM^ Kt'KlilCAL INSTITUTE op^MlHMtM LA. IIforms of \'eneieal 1).senses ami llemorr-^lieniK Ifi-aleil aii^! cities eimr^iite -d al tne . riuc^stole nt 'Clark A. trliuld, if ai tin' ileiHit nt Mis.^r**tla Tas best ineilieal riUil ^ tl al.iiitv a'wats laa111 ailsai i .ni s|^hi.i m c solicit, tl oitico hoursIrom s lo 1'J a. in. and -_' lo o y. in. JOSEPHSMITH, CABfUmANt^ lit ILHER,^Estimates 1 urulslled on all Kimls of MMMjk licler.In-es 111 the t ily.^LOCI ST ST., IIETWEEN MftTIIH ^TWMX A.VII OMIA, - - AlOM ANA. naMiikixjt, Mnmto niAs. ^BOOK) Healersin Leal Estate and Miuuit; Stock.^Scliroedt r's Block, rtaaistiieet. - - ^ anaconda t A. HASLEV,^rl . IIAMIIINU, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATI Mi. MMUMPan sh-d ^ii Application. Orders hy mailpriMupii) sueadetl to.^OAK STIIEET, - - - ANACONDA. PROFESSIONALCARDS. J^lt.N. S SNVDEK, COK.MAIN ANDEIBST STREETS,^ANACONDA, MONT. JLt 1^. CI1K1STMAN, D. D. S. oillee,Eirst Sire.'!, Between Main and Oak, Aliac.inila,Alolil.ina.^TEETH EX IKACTEU WITHOUT I'AIN^hy a new pi ..cess. All Clas cs of IMaM Work^e\ci'iit^'il in llisi-class manlier. Aril-^liciai Teetu M.lhuiil i'.ales. A. 11.I t Kt II. blltliEO.NDENTIST. OlEK E IN IMON BLOCK,^Ni \t to M miana Hotel. Anaconda M ONIANADETECTIVB AOENCV. PBIVATEl't iLh E \ Ml COLLECTION Blh'E VE. OfficeH.s.in t, iii.l 1'oitofTlce iMil.ttis.^KftMita - Mlssol EA, MONT. ayiisiei'Uens, OE1ICE O.N MAIS' sr., OVEIl SMITH DRUO^i nMl'AN\. Itesideneeon oak stri ct, near St. Ann's^II..-].Hal. _i ottlchoursoi via. in. to MM p m.. from 1130^p.,, p. m , au.l fioin o .J) |) in. lo .^ p. in. . ASURPRISE 10 ANACONDA 0IH THE tlO K OF ^1THE0EHRET^o Winchis as ooinpletc as In any city west of^Cllli AOO -Ft'KMTii t: coNaianvti or- FINEUP LOOM 1AM V BOOK i LBCa,^SE1-. aiDEDOAitoa, raaxoa-ins. OFFICEvm^ LADIES'^fOUMXa M l^s, I Dl.sKS.^I'lHOUfTBaV IMMMML Alsorowp'sts Mae . f i istktnu and Heating^Moves . rueaary, ataaswars, Canary, rartor^l amps iiiuh Lanas. U\:EhTKiNQ A SPICIALJY. HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. a B.F. MAHAN, Hen!Kslate, ('ttll^'liiiD ami InsuraDrf Atrrnt. -tilCslO f-^' ^^ A'',,,r pTaM with two^4^ I I %J\J three ioi.in houses aud log iat-i.e I OC/^ I orner lot on Cherry stieet.^^p 1 kJZJ\J $ I BOO-corner loi on Oak inch ^Clin I'oni'r io'..n Vs'i street. $f}50^spsJVJs-' - Lot on West TlurJ t:r^ -L Sc5uO-Leten Cher-y trid er.i Ar\r\ 1 r***tn**~al*iitTJtt^|jtraat, spI ^~r\J\J viuhiwo hsinns ab50-Li* onSet o.ul street. BARGAINSIjftWaf illkv and rismlne ns . CORNER.MAIN AND FIRST STREETS. rnbconds,mont.