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THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 19. At*.
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K Arrivaland Departure of Malls. siAti. nri AitT haii.v for^Htn Ixiilce, llrlt'ii.i, aiui |.t,luts North audWeil uf Hi. . ISutle lultf. li, irn.,. Deer LoSSI Miiiuteoia lluile,an |.t,iui, bnutii, states C'nnoll... S.OOA M ii.-JU A M b.uarland 2.60 P M allhusieia 7 30PM ...4.UJP.M talile and P) i enees, 11 (^) A M , Alon-^^la^ Wednesday ami baturday. MAllAAllKIVF IIAll.Y FROM DeerI/vlpe. Helena, and points North aud\\.--t ,,r ll. i, i,a'i n-, a M Helenaand lieer l.t.il,ieII DO A M Alli^' lit - Noil hand Win of i^ai nttiu.lu.l.% I' M^All mums Norlli aud Kant i t itaiilbni.lu.lS 1' at^All point! Koutli, all Kasleru BUttus andmuteli.ai A M Carrolls.im A H Calileand I'lh iiir*. 4.1ml'. M Tues^^day, TMraaajraDd Saturday^All ii,a,la elose 4. minutes In-torn departure. THEWEATHER. Thedally roeoitl of the thermometer In^11ns city is reported by A. T. Playter, drugs,^fist, corner Main anil First streets. I lie^record lor yesterday was: 7 a. in., 19 de^^grees above; 1-in., W degrees above; 4^|i. m.. 68 degrees above; b |^. m., 31 de^^grees above. ABOUT THE CITY. HarrySommrrs of Helena is In the^city. N.J. O'Brien, of Unite, came over yes-^tcrd ay. JamesShields, uf Klliston, is registered atthe Montana. DriiggiitA. 1^. ri.iyter will sail for Ku-^ro|^e in Juno on u Hliort pleasure trip. ManagerJohn Muguire camo over^from Unite last evening on show busi^^ness. JohnDillon will positively appear at^the o|m-ra house to-night in ^Wanted thu^Earth.^ H.T. Mali,in has received a fine new^stock of boots and shoes and men's fur^^nishing goods. CountyAttorney \V. S. Shaw ot Doer^Lodge was in the city yesterday for the^Jlrat tune in several weeks. FredHunter, agent for the. ^OloOlson^^company, was in the city yesterday^malting arrangements for its ap|^car-^^nec. Themembers si the Hod and Gun club^are taking advantage of the tine weather^and the club is well represented at the^park every day. Mrs.Jennie Kimball, Corinne, Mi-s^llertie Crawford, Hernard Dillon and I).^Weinbeck of tlio Corinne company were^at the Montana yesterday. Tboevening train from Butte was an^hour late lust evening, being detained^most of the time at Stuart in trnnsfering^the baggage of the Corinne company. ManagerMaguiro ussures the public^that there will be no mistake about John^Dillon's appearance to-night. He has^recovered from the illness which pre^^vented him from showing in Butte. LOOKING_F0R_AFIEND CitizensScour tine Mclghborbood ot Car^^roll for a Cowardly Wretch. ROPESARE READY FOR HIM AnAttempt to Assault a Lady Cre^^ates Groat Excitement^Tho^Searching Parties are^Unsuccessful. Intenseexcitement prevailed at Carroll^and in this city yesterday over the das^^tardly assault attempted on Mrs. Fred^Chase yesterday morning. Mr*. Chase^resides at Carroll, where her husband has^charge of a branch store of the Lstvs ^^Council Mercantile company. While^taking her children out for a walk on the^hillside in the blight sunshine, Mrs. Chase^was Kiit It Ion ly approached by a stranger,^who iusiilted her. The man spoke in a^very low voice, aud caught hold^of Mrs. Chase as if to throw^her down. A ccullle ensued, aud^Mrs. t'base siuei etle.l 111 breaking away^from the man none the worse for the en^^counter, ami ran to the store where her^busbund m Mrs. Chase was too over^^come by excitement to explain matters^lor several minutes. When she finally was^able to tell her story, the men in the store^with Mr. Chase started at once to llud the^rulli in, who had become frightened and^made himself scarce. Hwas thought at llrst that he had^taken to the hills but all search^proved fruitless The lapse of^several minutes had evidently given him^a good start. It is generally thuught he^came toward the city and is in hiding^here now. Mrs. Chase described tho fel^^low as a short young mail, having the^general make-up of a laborer. He wore a^dark mustache and had on a p ur of blue^overalls and a dark coat. Mrs. I base^of course would be the only one who^could identify the man. The searching^parlies were finally obliged to desist in^their effort to llud tho stranger on ac^^count ot the darkness. Thoindignation runs high in Carroll,^and talk of lynchiug tho wretch was heard^on every side. Mrs. Chase has in^^numerable friends in the city, all^of whom are highly excited over the af^^fair. The search for the unknown man^will bo continued by the police, aud^should be be captured it is likely to g,^^very hard with him. THEIRFAVORITE BEVERAGES. TheL'qaors that Well-known Starsef th*^StageUslight la.^The able little dramatic iufonuani.^Eddy's M'erkly Squib, gives the follow^^ing gossip as to what actresses drink:^Miss Ada Itehan is most sparing In what^she drinks, aud never indulges in auy-^t dig sir, lifer than cbami agne. Cham^^pagne at 93 50 a bottle bas no charm for^Carrie Turner, but she does dote on Bur^^gundy, and always orders it. Ueorg a^Cay van, like Miss Kenan indulges very^sparingly, and when she does lake any^^thing it is usually claret. Belle Crquhart^is in ^lt st in her taste, and although she^can take a little of anything, she prefers^malt liquors to any other kind. Ale, por^^ter, or beer on draught are good euough^for her, she says. ^Ncs* bee re,^ says lit^^tle Carmeucita, with a Sevillian grimace.^Champagne, with plenty of ice, is what^she likes best. Lillian Kussel, the queen^of comic opera, drinks everything. She^will take whiskey, gin, rum, absinthe,^mint juleps, aud cocktails, hut prefers^champagne to any other kind of wine.^Needless to add, she always h is as much^us she wains. Tliere was once a tune when^l'auline Ua.l would drink anything, but^that tuno haigoiieby. Now the dread^shape of avoirdupois looms up tic-^fore the loveiy Kimimr, und bids^her eschew alcohol in all forms^and be abstemious in her diet.^Stories are told of the cliormnu-i quantity^of lemon juice which she now taki s.^Otero, who has lived so many years in^gay l'aris, has squired a taste for rho.ee^^^viiis rouges.'' Only the finest vintage^of Uuigundy or choice brands of claret^please the palate of the queen of Span sli^dancers. ATTHE THEATER. Karth-' To- Atthe residence of Frank L. Hoagland^on Third street, last evening, William^Green and Louise (J. Mule were married^by the Uev. C. R. Couiptoii. The iM-st^wishes of their many friends go with the^young couple. Severallocal s|mrts will visit Deer^Lodge next Sunday to witness the rabbit^chase there. It is generally understood^that Butle will lie well represented also,^aud a lively time is expected. Johnnie^Williams' Grey Laglc, Dave Lewis' Mon^^tana Sneak and Barney McGinlcy's Mon^^tana will probably lie taken over to Deer^Lodge to take part in tho race, and the^boys from hero will ulso carry along a^roll of long green to back their dogs. Amongthe arrivals at the Montana^yesterday were: J. P. Kiseiihach, Son^Francisco; A. 1'. Sinclair, San Francisco;^C. F. Sticger. St. Paul; V. G. Samuel,^Chicago; J. II. Zimmerman, Helena; K.^White, Tnrntna: K. L Merrill, Minne^^apolis; J. Phil Baiimgaii, I'annack cily|^A L. Dunlap, Hantiack cily; Ceo. W.^BsSboO, Mew 1 astle. Calif.: Charles Fos-^tello. New York city; A.^'. Price, m. J,,,.;^W. F. Franklin, New York; Philipp Ja-^coliovics. Sun Francisco. Tlie4 hlrf Western St-,,p o i. Itis understood that the Great North^^ern railway will make l airhavcn one of^its western seaports, and most likely the^chief one, because of its being accessible^from the ocean.^^I'urtlaitd Welt Short. .Nonce. Therewill he an examination of candi^^dates for teachers' certificates held in the^office of the county superintendent at^Deer Lodge Fri'lay and s.iturdnv, April Ii^and ^.Mali,\kf.t Wolkk, CountyMi|^'riinciiilcnt. Itesteursmlor Kent^Utensils, dishes and all appurtenances;^in full running order; lias regular custom.^Apply at Naglcr ^ HolTman's saloon, cor^^ner Front and Mam. Sealof Chicago at It. M. Greig's. Kr sale. Thefixtures and stock of a saloon on^First street. Fml'airu k A Strickfaden. Ali. am,Ini riauo.^For sale at M. Martin Ac Co.'s, a fine^Shoiunger piano wnh chiming SSSsSSsV^tacliinenl. Van ^ Irlou ^ Khciuhart,^agents, Butte, Mout. JohnDillon In '^ Wauled -The^Night's Attraction. Corinnesang, danced and kicked to a^largo and enthusiastic audience last^night, and many old-timers gave it as^their deliberate opinion that she was the^stuff. As a whole the show was a good^one. To-nightJohn Ddlon will positively ap^^pear in ^Wanted^the F.arth.^ Manager^Maguire wishes the public to understand^thai Mr. Dillon has recovered from Ins^illness and will fill his engagement here^to a letter. The central figure in the play^is one J. it. .Smif/i, a New Jersey farmer,^who iM'comt-s seized with a passion to cu^^lt r fashionable society. He sells his farm,^speculates ill stock, ln-comes suddenly^wealthy, moves to the city, rhuuges his^naine to Op Smythr, studies French, und^enters as he calls it, fushionablo ^sassi-^e*y,^ becoming a leader among New^York's celebrated ^Four Hundred.^ /^,^^Mmi/ffce arranges a marriage between his^sou and a charming widow, while he him^^self proposes to an ancient, but young^In arted widow of the name of Van DsMSbj^and for a while he has a corner on^wulows, hut like others he is doomed to^disappointment. 'The son runs away with^a former servant, and Hi t. Van Djuzle re^^jects him tor ber parrot. Tbu lust act^presents the characters in a Chinese^restaurant, when the fun h**comcs last^ami furious. All complications and mis^^understanding are finally explained. Ot^^^ii ythe renounces sncictv anil style as a^hollow fraud, c ines buck to plant Smith,^is forgiven by Van OsMSSSi and all ends^happily. Iho play will be seen to have a^strong and wcll-dcfined plot, and is saitl^to lie peculiarly tilled to givo an oppor^^tunity to Mr. Dillon's Wonderful versa^^tility. '1no Boston ^ ipera company will pre^^sent ^The Mascolt^ to-morrow night and^^Olivette^ Saturday night. Tlie com^puny numbers 21 people and has been^playing under contract for the past llirci^weeks at the new Park theater, Portland,^and has urawn to jammed houses. Th^Portland press speak highly of this opera^company. The Ow/nnum calls it ^One of^the bt st opera companies ever seen in^PortlaiioV] BRIGHTENINGTIMES. lowthe MM ^^ It. ginning to .Fly Out at^rairhaven. FairliavenDaily Herald, March 14. EveryStrang! r who comes to this city^these days, no matter where be comes^from, immediately proclaims the fact^that Fairliaven is the brightest and most^active place comparatively that he has^seen this year. He beholds the work of^budding going on; ho aees men excavat^^ing within the fire limits for brick ami^stone blocks; he sees masons laying stone^and brick in other places; he sees large^bodies of men grading on streets uptown^ami downtown; he sees handsome homes^being completed and the frame super^^structure of houses going up; he notes^the moving of a goooly sized resi^^dence to give place for a splendid^opera bouse; bo observes the^coming anil going of ships ami^in. ifii: lift nt steamboats, and he sees^trains ol handsome cars arriving anil de^^part ng, ami hi' asks from wle nce comes^all this, ami what docs it mean V Thewnh-awake, patriotic and public-^spirited citi/eii truthfully tells him: ^It^uu aus that Fairliaven has the lies! loca^^tion of any city on Puget sound because^it is nearer and. naturally, more accessi^^ble to the great cities aud th^ great com^^merce of the Last, in both directions, ttie^cast on the continent of North Auier t i^und the i ast that is the Orient, the Indies^mill Asia, with ull their incomputable^wealth of product. Hccause we have^the finest hurlMir here on the Pacific^coa-l; because we have witlen our grasp^inexhaustible coal, iron, timber, bsIml-sIos,^stone, lini lay, and hundreds of other^liatiitol products of the earth that the^world must have, and sufficient of which^cannot lie obtained to satisfy the de^^mands of trade, commerce and the wants^of man, Arcadesaloon Drinksand cigars. Two for one. Secondliaad Finau Forsale. A Square piano of standard^make, in goisj order, at a bargain. S. A. Krnnicott. Arcadesaloon Dr.i. - anil cigar*. .Two foe one. Allwork on phoios and enlarging guar^^anteed. Su|ienor Uuisbat Hawes' stud.^.^First street. Flosgingal Hurt oil FancyPresident BM Hogging one of^his Harvard students! says a writer in the^Boston Herald, wouldn't it bo a sight to^behold'.' And wouldn't it have a fine^sequel in the immediate fortunes of the^college Ofcourse he won't do it. Heprobably couldn't if lie wanted to. Butif he should, it would not be the^first time in the history of the university.^For more than a century after tho founda^^tion of thecolhge cor|k^ral punishments^were both a theoretical and practical pari^of its code of regulations. IdleHogging was oficu in public, too. Itwas not evolved as a growing need of^the times. It was commenced right away by^the very llrst Presideiit Nathaniel Eaton.^The college historians obj -cl to his being^called president, but he was the first mau^that had charge of tho infant institution. Homust, indeed, have been a lerror.for,^as Dr. Peals sly says, ^he left for posterity^a record of severity in discipline beyond^the sufferance even of that iron age, and^of a parsimony in the dietary of his schol^^ars from which Squcers himself might^have taken lessons,'' Theorder made by the ^president and^fellows^ was that all students' misde^^meanors should be punished either by^flue or whipping in the hall openly ^as the^nature of the olfetise shall require, not^exceeding lu shillings or 1U strqa s for one^ollciise.'' Theimmediate government kept no re^^cord of their proceedings. Tho tutors^chastised at discretion, aud on very sol^^emn occasions the overseers were calhnl^together, either to authorise or to wittiest^the execution of the severer punishments. Courtingl^satb. Fromthe lluffalo Express. Thereare men who have entered cer^^tain occupations with the natural pur^^pose, it may bo assumed, of gaming the^means to hvi^when they know that such^occupation is a sure road to death. At an^East Buffalo establishment which main*^fact urea sulphuric acid some of the em-^ployes are inhaling the deadly funics of^the acid every working day in the week.^This inhalation, of course, is not in^^stantly fatal, but there is but one result,^which is not long delayed. It is related^by a health official that the superintend^^ent of another East Huffalo establish^^ment died after three years' service. (uardlan ol the Peace. FromHi^ Itttstou Courier. FirstOlllcer^ Wliat was that noise over^on your lieat SecondOfficer^A man stole a watch^from a little boy und the boy cried. FirstOlllcer^D.d you arrest the mau | Secondofficer ^Why, no; the man was^quiet enough; but the boy made a great^noise, so 1 arrested him for disturbing the^iieace. Beforebuying examine the net Innate,!^sounding board of the Boston piano.^King ^ Kennedy, state agents. Sealof Chicago at K. M. Greig's. ForKent. Twohandsome otlices in the Standard^building. ThoSmith Premier tyiiewritcr sur^^passes every other machine in tho market.^King A Kennedy, agents. I)rA. I'. Mwldart Coining lo Anaconds. Thedoctor is one of the pioneer sur^^geons of Montuua, ami is here in the in*^forests of the Liehig World Dispensary of^Kansas City ami San Francisco, of which^Mirglcal institute be is president. Dr.^Stodilart has offices for free consultation^ut parlor 5, The Montana. Friday and Sat^^urday. March 111 ami -1, for tin- purpose^of contracting with all desiring t^i l^^cured by Dr. Liehig A Co, At Plulipstiurg^March 17 und 18; Deer l^slge, l'.ith. Dr.Montford S. Bacon, s|x-cialist, is at^the Montana hotel for a few days for tin-^treatment of ull eye, ear, chrome ami^special diseases. Full assortment of arti^^ficial eyes. NOMORE BACK ACHE Clothingand Furnishing Goods Department ESTES^ CONNELL MERCANTILECO. ILA. 1^ Al HI 1 U to holes**^Butte Cily, Mouuuus EVANS^ OPERA ^ HOUSE OKE^ KKUT. ^ fill KSDAY. ^^tKIH ^ 19 Fngagenieutef Hie Prince of I n crlainrrs, *JOHN ^ DILLON* Huppmedbf ^ -MM ssMMsMV In tin* OMM^t'olllftly t'lH/u, WnNTOD.THE EHRTH. AGreit Stir. A Great I onipaoy. A Great Flay Moregi'iniliir fun to the stiuaiv Ineli Hum tun ollielBtirSI bull till tlx' roHlt. Kt-giior liners ef admission. Ke.il sals t,|s^m^Moutlay, Mauli hi ut us. in. at Ninth Drug I e. MHRTINSt FOX, iifai.f.ih in Fiotfiirars, TuWi'O and MMsW|^^^ Vbolesale and Kct.tli Dealer in^*^^COHL OIL. Inour Clothing Department for Fail ami Winter trade we have^a finer line ot domestic anil imported poods th in ha^ ever been^placed belore the public (or llitir inspection. The tv.-west and latest^styles and de.-it;in. ^^$1.50 TO $5.00 r Wectiarantee to save vou m CASH VALUE on the purchase of^en h Suit We will not nive von the STALE OLD CHESTNUTS^OF CLOSING OUT DODGERS ami PRESENTS TO BLIND^THE PURCHASER. The dollar ca^h value saved is what you^want. IEARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ChristysImported London H it; The Celebrated Gold Medal Tijjer^Hat, Hand Made; Stetson Hats, the Finest Grades. AlsoApcntiior Wilson Brothers' Fine Fitting White Shirts and^NefUfMe, -rnc Latest and Newest Novelties in Neckwear; the^Latest and Newest Styles in F..^ W. Collars; the Latest and Newest^Styles in Fine DfWM Shirts. In (act il you want anything of the^Newest and Latest Styles and Desie.ni in Furnishings always go to ESTES^ CONNELL roeRCHNTiLecompany. Lost Aladies gohl bracelet fastened at each^side hy small gold chains. Finder will |m-^suitably rewarded l^y leaving it at Si ami-^MSB t ltlce. Sealof ^ h CttB^^ at li M. Greig's. ASPSSSsl day on the 17th und lMh of^March at liawes' photo purine-, t ome^every one. torsals. Verycheap a food cn^r. *.:^. Also linuse-^ht Id furniture. Apply at Mr-. In Limey's,^corner of llirch anil Seventh streets. LnluriiuiKof all kinds at Hawes' stu^^dio. Cheap and superior quality. Forfine SSSSSSS in photographs of all^kinds go l^^ Hawes, over U. J. Henncaay's^store. Anaconda. i'hotographsat Hawes' studio, over I).^J. lietuiessy's store, as cheap as in lluttc^for the next 10 days. NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butt^ C y, Bozcniau. Livings-^to^, Billings, Mi es Citj^and Ol ii. we sad^ah Po.nts ehst hnd west. Tliereii notliin: MM than tlit It'lVlCHt^1| THEDINING CAR LINE. Tlirn^h I'ullm^n Slecpine t'ars and Kurniilittl^1 enrol Met pers Dally hetwern Points in anilSi. Paul.^aud tliiaeu. PacificCm-t H i in pus nl' Ihronirtl Minne^^sota, NOI til Hal, la. M i, .in, Idaho, iliegiii^a'ni Wasii nit if, f.irrv ctjiudeis c^p,ipmetii of^1'uhniail Pa ac^ MwpinK lals, Post sail Sss^sad Class Cos. he^, I ul tna'i moist aim Kite^( leu - ~ ^ : ei s, and K ^ v in' Ihuiiik isik. THROUGHTICKeTS A' ^^^ 1 .A alt HMH ofllrt'si of tl;i* Northern^I a^ ttir lairiMMt lo pot alt \.,nh. lm, ksootfe^Mini Mttti iu Mi^ I uAvtl Hut^! mill CauiWa. Yt'TUnto.. Mmn, TiniM T;il tf^ or Sr^w m It .^fortuts Ion applv to AtfrMit. Northern I'sv ifl-* mli^to ^l ft Uu i^\ or i BAltttM h, I-1 k, Uoojorol^1* t*^ u * r uml l khi. I'mhI, M 00. NOTICETO CO-OWNER. Ma,i r or Montana, j^OOVaffTff or i^kh UNMHL v^Jisii ^ry i, l-ol. ) Tr WillUun N il. * VotioifInit io , T th.it I h;iTt- extK-n'l^-l^|Jik^In ill** foof loM in Lit ^i ;ui^l itiiprott'iinnit ,^ti|Mio 11 to 'I VooV I oroBrtl io*i^* in oo^uri:^iil7*^l in if ui^s: ilMrior in o|i*^ou irul* ti. i**ft^l/Mli;** fHiuniv. M ihlaii;i, in orooff t^^ Im^I^I ts.U'1 |tClIlllMt llllifi-r lilt* lill't IMolia of M-^ tlofl ^. ,J4. n'WtstillioTsttTI of 1 niit ti ^im^ w, tu-.ii/ t kM^Mfutmiii it^i^iit'^t to bold Ihr Hl^r rrr thr ym^; ^n'1inu iJe-rrini^ r :u*^t, I^*'.^^. an-I it wltliia nni' ty (I;tVtsftofll III.- til^' |' it-lli .itjoti of Hilt OOtAOlf )oi| Ilmi or rt'fufcfto eootributo youi protM-sitioriof t tcli^^^ kVM'Uil.turi-i as r.i ownt r, yoiir intcri-kt In ta.ii^t^i In.m w.'l LwooMi Ho* p|^0Ojrtrt| ot the t^ui*-^ t, i^tinder *..ii'l m . n zxii. TtoTn-j]r.FoRCK fit*NX. FlrMI'lihiihtiixi J.umory 4t;, itui. Wewill always take sreat interest in showing j^oods to all, let^your purchases he what they may.^. ^ C. M. CO. LOSEE^ MAXWELL Willgive you full value for your money in DRY+ GOODS AndMen's Furnishing Goods of All Kinds. Wearc Agents in Anaconda for the best School Shoe^in America for Hoys and Girls^viz: the red^school house shoe. MMltK. .. i,, 1 mart lilt 1)000 OAnrt eiMMrsmi cun ic NtOJMJs 50HA.EIN R^.C^. HMO SoNlg If* J'Cj. ButrvaNf iwtajt in rtt RiOiCHt-wt sj^iiJ* M*T* Tsl 'swHotel.^Tlie Winilsur Httti l ^.n Front utrcet has^I ^i'ti rt|,ain tl und rvlltti-d ai.u is in^c lisrg* of an SflpatiSSWaal huiid man pfSS^is detcriiiitieil to pmtrulv fur U'.t patron,^n 1li^* must substituiial and ratiafarttiry^ruaiiuer. NOIKTITO i iioWNKH To Osons WaUoa i^Totisrc Iwrrbj BotlBisJ nm ^,, hairrri^iM-iultil Sim iii laian and uniiriivssasaia iiasis tua^HadOshfctkali laid Kr^ll^itlr lull ^. uif ,n Ii- r^Litagv ttttiut). -i.it,- ,,f Mt Hit sua, mm ii,.d for^rmml Jaaiain 1'^ *^ I* 1 'US rcamcj re^nsnssratssls Itssf usas* ^n..,.i^. rsmtasilaa I'litf.*K, lt.Mil, j t,f l^'iiii. I df I ^ i,tin. I,, s hit h^1 rrfrffsftce Isliarrliy mails lor sB. ivdHlatlsdc^J m-il|ait,iiin ^,i ,|, r Ui bold ^ , ti prrsslars B ^i Uu-iifttvi.ntiis ,,f s,-t i , ii i, i- , ^. ,| liatlit1 s , f Illl^' I llllisl s'.tl. i ^ ii.- t||. .ill., ,[|| r^s|^iii,si 1,1 i.t,.,Iill*- sum- m lh^ ^*-sr .-imIius lAarrSJiasf 31,^A li. i^fs^. Ah i if ^id,it, ^^, .ins li.*! tin- s.-i^.i.-vi.fHit. i. ii-- ,i i srifhln ^.^, i.^^^.iri,i^lit,tit-,-1,) |Kiltli^ :iiion- )ttu t.i.l i,r r^-rii-t- in . ,-i,^tidniti- stair iMtftitia of .i ci, rxieislitiirs ss siss^t n ner. \t,iii h i. i^^i In said iVuiii will t^in-^Ibr proosfty ol tun iut^strit^ i. iinasi ssiu .^^- livli-^^.4. rtUNKKENNEDY,^j. a l^il UHEII1 If.^IIAItlH MA It K.I^AsatnNPA. M,-iii. Eabraari In. Is*** BISWKLL4 SHOUT Watchmakers, MRSIST., ANACONDA, ^|t|sIII K lll\ I. aSTBSIMa, limn fur^sitU^ or n ut. AlsoA it-ii is for tut i'l*br.U^sl Bart^ Hears FINESHOES FOR MEN Wsranrar-ili lto^ of^hand turned Shoe* for^Ladies and Mis*.-. uia.U^I ^ Ui^ wi-U i.oo^u hoot*^-or Curtis4 Wheeler OfKochestar, N Y. Sealof C'liiraco at H. M I, ^ .- - Owinj;to our immense line of poods and bein^ crampoJ for room^^ac were compelled to clean out ^iur Men's ready made^suit department, and have added a CustomTailoring Order Department FromBROWNING, KING ^ CO.. of New York. We i,'Ulrar,tC3 4^fit in all orders intrusted to us. Call and see. I^ ' I i..i - iua.lt- InSVSSt. LOSEEk MAXWELL. ANACONDA. MONT.