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THEANACONDA STANDARD. SUNDAY MOR
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR, Dehvrr.itl^y raniei or mall at M MM ^^jcar, Uiik tlollars it i|iinrtrr or one^MM^ '!^ ^^!' THESTAND3RD Iltheonhdaily nc^ spapT with telriraph ih*^lutein s In I^oer Lodge County. It print!^more tofifrapliii' ncwsttian any other^ncnipa|^er in Montana. CarTrspouthnee and t^ti-im ^^* L iters should be MMhMto THESTANDARD Cornerof Mam ami Tliir.l ^tte^-t^. Anaconda,^Montana. MNIIAV. APRIL ^^. KM. YESTtRDAVS V.CTORY Thebig total of the vote cast nt yes^^terday's school elect ion was a surprise.^The whole town was out; if uiiybuiiy^put away it was no: the fault of the^I oil drivers they were out in fore-'^and they worked hard trout the o|^cn^in^ until the end of ti e light. Thelist shows that MM vot.B were^cast dunne; the eight hours set apart^for yesterday's woik. That is a total^larger than the vote cast in the same^dlstrict last November by about two^hundred. i irures which show that the^ladies took their full share in the struggle. Tney werit in force yes terday,many of them devoting most of^the day to the work of rally tag the^voters from distant parts of the city. Asidefrom the aggregate of^the votes polled, the round ma^^jority scored fir the winning ticket^is the most noteworthy result, livery^inch ot ground was w.unily contested,^the issue was squarely made, and the^lesu't may pronerly be construed as u^d-cisive expression mi the (pies:ion^which was raided by the p!es,ntatioti of^rival tickets. Itwas the judgment of the Stanii-^AIM) that the issue made in the elect ion^of yesterday was entirely gratuitous.^Those who supported the winning^ticket simply recorded their verdict^that it is best.on every account,to give^each creed in the community a fair^representation in school management,^and the opposition ticket was de^^servedly criticised as being narrowly^exclusive. The result of the light is^that the broadt r ticket won, and it will^be admitted by both sides to yester^^day's rather exciting contest that the^district has seven excellent men in its^school board. Itwill be t,een that the ladies turned^out in yesterday's elec! ion at l'hdips-^burg where the citizens' ticket pre^^vailed. Missoula disposed ot its an^^nual school election without par^^ticular excitement while, in llutte.^the seven tickets in the Held resulted^in putting a confusing amount ot w ork^on those whose duty it was to make up^the returns. liev.father Craft's warning that the^future will be a repetition ot the past^as regards the Indian question is^hardly likely to produce any ettcet on^the obstinate mules in control of the^Indian department, father ( raft may^be called an alarmist, bat his predic^^tions of the late Indian troubles were^venlied and he knows | Telly nearly^what he is talking about. Most ol the^same conditions exist at prevent as did^before the late outbreak. Tie-so-called^wards of the nation are s^^'^ inatically^robU'd and cheated by citi/cns and^agents lint il they become so exas|ver-^ated at the treatment tlu-y receive. ;iud^so disgusted with the iiufullilli d mom'^ises of the government w hich extends^its s^-calltd fatherly arm around them^that even death is prelerable to nuic^tion. I'aMnr Craft says In is heartily^sick and tired of witnissing miseries^thai he cannot correct and sharing the^MiJfcriugs ot the unlortiiniite Indians^and brave soldiers who are forced into^MMflMt and then slandered by the cow-^ardly politicians w ho slaughtered theui. AS TUATION UN.HANucD.^Hutte has long been the Northern^J'acilic's gemrous patron. I'or years^the liiion I '.til tu- hud a monopoly of^the Silver City's traffic. The policy of^the road was so neiiis.li and cxaciing^that the arrival ol the Northern I'acilic^was welcomed.and in the effort to gain^a large share of llutte's business the^management made the most of the un^friend y teelmg toward the I'nion I'a^^cilic line. The ii|shot of itwasthat^the latter liatucdwas pi act ically driven^out of llutte, its rival securing control^of much the larger pcroentage. of the^trade. llusinessmen in llutte have lived to^learn that the ft lu y and spirit ot the^Northern I'm lie is meaner even than^the methods of the I limn I'acilic used^to be. Hut tor the constant anil always^courteous i Hurts ot Mr. McCaig, UH^local representative of the road, the^loudi s' condemnation of the Northern^l'acilic's conduct toward llutte would^be on everv man's tongue. Tirstof Mm newspapers to trace the^responsibity lor tie suspension of bus^^iness on the line of the Montana^Union, was the Wl A NBA MA It put the^blame directly on Mr. Oal.es, and that^is where it properly belongs. That^adroit manager latcnnl to assure^llutte that the troiinles which led to^the sin-pen ion it traffic wuWl lie^promptly idjoiteiL The MTANDAMI^luist ned to predict that his promise^would not prove true, and the event^shows that the predielion had its^Joiindat ion in lac\ Naturallyenough, llutte is restless^under the disastrous delay. Mom- and^more the weight ^\ \\w bunion inci-^^leut to the sliu fiug down ol MVWOl^large mines and to the interruption ol Ireighttrallic is tclt; and the case is^the more provoking because there is^tin! venal recognition of the fact that^it is entirely uncalled for and mani^^festly infill toward the community. Tendays ago, the situation led to^the holding of a mass rn vtiug in^llutte. The attendance was large,^there was no mistaking the temper of^the business men who were present.^Kverybody remembers what happened^as the result of consultation at that^time. There is talk of another meeting.^There are plenty of men who will lie^found w illing to attend it -but it is de^^voutly to be hoped that, if it is held,^the result will be something more co^^gent than a mild-mannered, sixty-^dollar telegram to Mr. (lakes. Thepracti caluses to which the pho^^nograph may lie put are many and im^^portant. Its possibilities as a factor^in breach of promise cases have been^appn ciated by maiden ladies for two^or three years, but it remained for a^New Jersey young man to discover^evidenct s of lis usefulness in a new^field. This young man, being troubled^as to the formula under which the^hash which his landlady served was^concocted, c incealed an I'd son instru^^ment in tin- kitcln'ii one night, and let^| it bottle up the instructions she gave^! to the cook. Next morning when the^hash arrived on time at the breakfast^I table, the aforesaid instructions were^\ uncorked, with the result that the^boarders got up and sought new ac^^commodations without any unneces^^sary delay. The landlady brought suit^against the owner of the machine, but^he took it filong with him to court, got^the hash formula admitted in evidence^and was prompt ly discharged. It the^phonograph is the cause of a reforma^^tion in boarding bonse hash, Mr. lali-^son's life will have been one of extra^^ordinary bene licence. NOTHINGTO STARTLE US. Warbroke out in a new spot when^on the banks of the Hudson river a lot^of Italians ran up the American llag^and then lirul at it. The sober sense^of the community at Kingston (in^^vented riot and bloodshed. Ano'hercenter of disturbance prom^^ises to be at 1'ittsiiuig. It is said that^twenty thousand Italians can la*^brought together there on short^notice. The excited foreigners as^^sert that they can capture the^town, but every sane man will^ask what they can do with the city^when oiicp they have taken it. It is^certain that the worst possible fate^awaits the whole band of them if they^harm a single citizen or damage a dol^^lar's worth of property. Thereis a third item of news regard^^ing Italian all.urs. It is to the clicet^that an American citizen whose home^is in St. .loM'ph, Mo., is held as a host^^age by the Italian government. The^night's dispatches may bring further^news regarding this gentleman's case,^but the information thus far received^is not of a nature to excite the public. Meanwhileit appears that Mr.^Illaine's presentation of the facts in^the case is quite satisfactory to King^Humbert's government and that the^New Orleans affair will move along^toward its final and satisfactory ad^I list ini-iit without exciting interrup^^tion. THECZAROWITJ MAY COME^In case President Harrison goes back^on his promise to vi^it them, the peo^^ple ol California hope to receive a call^Iroin the cz irowilz of l.'iissia, who is^now traveling in China and Japan.^The cz irowitz, whose name in private^hie is Sicilians Alcxandroviteli ltum-^anoff. h it home several months ago to^circumnavigate the globo, but found^so much of interest in Japan that he^has prolonged his stay there unduly^and now the old man is liable to call^111in home before he accomplishes his^original purpose. The czarowitz. is^only twenty years old and has proba^^bly got mashed en some little Yum^Yum. He is due about this time in^i hiiia, which country,as is well known,^has been profoundly agitated all win^ter over the momentous question^whether he should or should not be^permitted to sit down in the presence^of the emperor Happily lor the peace^of the empire, it has been settled that^the royal visitor shall not call on the^emperor in person, but shall remain^somewhere outside the palace and give^and receive tarty on a salver.^This is the plan arranged after^months of negotiations conducted by^the most accomplished diplomatists of^the two great nations respectively, ami^the cr.arowitz will hardly dare kick it^all over however much he may prefer^to remain m Japan squeezing his Yum^Yum. Soif the c7.ar does not call the young^fellow in immediately af'er the lire-^works in OMm are over, t here is strong^probability of his c uuing tins way.^The |^eop!e of California are very^anxious to receive bun with or w ith^^out a Yum Yum. They will guarantee^to play poker with him tor any amount^unto the hall of his kingdom and w ill^give bonds to put hint to bed with an^acute jag every nig.it ill the week.^After long e\|H'iiciiee with old King^Kalakaua. San Kraneisco feels capable^of Mitel laming the most evading^crowned heads in the business to their^entire satisfaction. If the cnrowit/^Should hap|H^n to die by reason of his^ill uuks. Ins debt-i and his Yum Yunis.^noci'v in the wi rid will put on grand' r^airs In honor ol tliecveul or s,.,^i |,.,^body OMM in style more da/ ding. I'^is to be hoped that the czirown^ will^appreciate the Inducements and come^a.ong. Theold question of medical ethics is^arising ,i;-ain. It came up at a meet^^ing if fin New York county medical^-iie.el y a lew w eel.s ago. and the con^troversy there developed is rapidly spreadingamong physicians through^^out the country. The particular p3lnt^most in dispute U as to whether it is^right and proper and consistent with^their dignity for physicians to allow^themselves to be interviewed by news^paper reporters. Why an intelligent^body of men, like physicians, should dis^^agree over such a point is one of those^things past finding out. The proper^determination can only be made in^each individual case. Any sensible^man, be he doctor, lawyer, merchant or^piiest, knows intuitively when it is in^good taste and when in poor taste to^consent to talk to the public through^the medium of the press. Any arbi^^trary rule prohibiting physicians from^expressing their opinions when re^^porters ask for them is the height of^absurdity. MEN AND* WOMEN. I'attiU preparing her autobiography^which will lie published simultaneously^in I'arii and Loudon. PearlStarr, daughter of the notoriom^Belle Starr, 30 years of ago, drosses in^iin ii'i attire and is a horse thief. Mrs.A hum Dilku in going to marry^again. She is engaged to Mr. Cooke, a^lion of the London police magistrate. Overthe deud body of her husband^Mm. Waters of New Orleans swears^vengeance upon hi- murderer. Arthur^Dunn. IllizabetliSargent, daughter of the^former American minister to Berlin, has^made nil enviable reputation as u physi^^cian in California, w here she lives. Sixyoung ladies h ive Mi given |Hisi-^tions as (derks in the money order dopart-^rueiitof the New York postoltlce. They^had successfully passed the civil service^examination. MarshalI'. Wilder, the Now York hu-^moi ist, get* tSl.l): O a year from the Viin-^derbiits for 1 ehir aig to the poor, lie has^been handsome reineinls red iu Mrs.^Frank Leslie's will. Ho is 4.^^ years old. MaryK. Dewey of Goshen, Intl.. served^throng a the civil war disguised as o man^in the I'u eiitv-sixlh ( Mini regiment uuder^the alias of Charles Dewey. She now ap^^plies for a i elision under her n al name. Mrs.John l)r-w has lieen on the stage^ford-years. She m 71 years old, and^win n ^ child of !^ she appeared in sev^^eral ph ys in the Louisville theaters. She^was I %rn in Loudon, and was mlvertisi il^in her y. uthful days a* an ^infantile^phenomenon. W.W. Story, the American sculptor^and poet, whose home is in the i'aluzio^It tutorial) Koine, || modeling n llgure of^Christ dr-fsed in the oriental Jewish^robes Willi the ki-flych (couvre chef.hand-^kere'iieli ou Ins head^the usual head^^dress in the Moslem Last, where the tur^^ban is not worn. Mrs.M. M. Magruder of Washington^ow ns the old-fashioned French bedstead^upon which President Lincoln slept dur^^ing his administration, and upon which^his body lay after ti e assassination. Her^husband, a w hite house cariicnter, bought^it at an auction sale during Arthur's ad^^ministration. I'.ironMaurice tie Hirscu's signature to^the document in which he gives fc.\rj(X^,000^to ameliorate the condition of his coun^^trymen in America, is thus deserilied:^^There was a bold start, a wild zigzag^^ging of pen marks up and down, and^finally a tangle which might be taken to^mean anything that suited the fancy of^llic reuder. Y^t nobody felt called U|^on^to criticize die penmanship. Themonument to Ik^ erected in Ten^^nessee over the remains of Davy Crock^^ett, the famous hunter, is to be of Ten^^nessee granite, and something over It^^feet high. It is to have various designs^represi tiling pioneer life. Colonel ( rock-^ett looks down over the grizzly bear he^li ved to limit, hill ihe wise eoon (hat al^^ways came down without waiting to lie^shot is strangely left out of the design. Itis not generally known thut Stanley^was not the man llrst solcetcd by James^Gordon lb illicit to find Livingtone.^When the idea of a fMMM search ex|^-^ihtion oeeurred to Mr. Bennett be cast^ab.oil for an available man, and picked^out a Scotchman iiumed Mel'liersou or^Mekenz.c, or something of thut kind,^j Thi^ gentleman set out for the east coast^of Africa, got as far M Zanzibar and^mysteriously disappeared. What lM-caine^ot linn is a profound mystery to this day. GENERALHENDERSON ADMITS IT AfMMMBl KepulOM'liii'n Neallilng Crill.^rlMII of tile llllloiii ^ oiiKie-s. Fromtile W ashington Post. (en. John II. Henderson of Missouri,^who was chairman of the convention^which nominated Harrison gives the late^congress this rich and racy roast: ^As a^republican, I think the extravagance of^the congress just adjourned was an out^^rage upon the parly and the people. How^^ever the appropriations may be justified^the fact that they reach (1 on \o ^ i.o 11 is of^ilielf appalling. No such enormity of ap^^propriations hus been voted since the war,^and occurring in a time of profound |ieace^as this is, and when tin-greatest economy^was demanded, no excuse call be offered^for the extravagance. The republicans in^congress must have proceeded upon the^theory that they were not coming into^power again for about 4^0 years. Their^closing days reminded ino very forcibly^of the closing days of ihe domocralnti^^gress which went out on March 4, lull.^As u republican, I feel thut the compari^^son is odious, but in most rtsncfts it U^just. 1 hope* that if we have another re^^publican congress soon it will devote it^^self to no thoiisof economy different from^llio-e observed by the Fifty-first coti-^gn ss.^ No democrat bus said anything^stouter than this. HARRISON TOD PREVIOUS. Ills11....iii epiUUf Inn (Illicit anil a K M4-tl.HI VlMV IllllOW. WTastekMleSt or. Pluliiitclpt.ta l inii-s. Theresponse to PfeeMeM Harrison's^proclamation in Ihe prearranged inter^^view printed in (he New York Ti ilnmr^that he intends to ask tor a reiiominatioti^at tht* liaiiils of the republican party is^ibsappointing at tin- w hile house. N~.it a^- ugle M|MbMeM journal of inlbietie and^si.Hiding kM come ^til with an UQquali^^I hi d indorsement g| ban ,.r b.r his re lom-^] illation, tin tlir i'liiilr.iry, a number of^recognized organs of republican senti-^| incut, especially in the wist, have told^Mr. Harrison liiat tin- ipie lion is , (, ,,^let debate, w ilb Mr. Maine the favorite^'without MM QHMttoi I that the Idea of^'conducting the MM campaign on | pIM*^i form indorsing the president, the udiiiiu-^i istrutioti ami tie- legislation of the lute^coiign-s is Ml M to dr ained of if M|r. C's.Is , xjiecbd. Leuihllg re| Ulb! u ,m areremarking on Mr.^i in declaring his belie 1 liet% uiugmerits ^f the action of clV excellenceof his administration ainV j^general approval of him by the popuh-rF^judgiiieut. WhenHarrison was senator it was a^characteristic of Ilia that he could not^comprehend the uselessness of lighting^when there was no bops of winning.^With him iielief In his own good inten^^tions and their saving grace was ever^leading him into stubb irn lights with his^fidlow-rcpublican-. To say that Harrison^la stubborn does not sufficiently state the^fact. Ho bus set his foot down to run a^secontl tune, and will permit no opposi^^tion, least of all from members of the^cabinet. He has said this with almost of^fensivn plainness. But the response from^nowhere is other than disappointing. Thecorrespondent with whom the Har^^rison interview was hail reflected the^wishes if he did not repeat the language^of the president that Mr. Blame was clear^out of the field and would not lie in it^from this time forth. The New York^IMtaM in printing this felt called upon^to enter a disclaimer. WHATHE HAS TO LEARN. ItHarrison Will Nuke Good I'm of Ills^Trip ll^i'll Know More. Fromtlir St. Louis QMeMMM I Mp ). Theforthcoming trip of the president^through the West and South can, if con^^ducted with a reasonable share of tact^and intelligence, be mado profitable us^well as pleasant. Individuals pretending^to be in his confidence have said that he^will, in lsf!2, jf !^. be renominated, put^the federal election scheme again for^^ward ami make this one of the chief is^^sues of the canvass. If he makes good^use of Ins time while in tire West, be will^find that the sentiment of the masses of^his party in this section is overwhelm^^ingly against any such policy, lb-will^discover, indeed, that republican opposi^^tion to this projt ct last year was one of^the principal reasons load ng to the^party's defeat in the congressional dic^^tions. It is understood, also, that ho is^opposed to any r^ duetion of existing du^^ties next year. He will be able lo obtain^a little needed light on Ibis question, tco,^and w hdc so doing will learn that a mod^^erate and do criminate cut in customs^would lie exceedingly pleasing to the^gn at majority of tho republicans in this^locality. art CAN BEROTTEN AMlnlttcr Who aVSM His Metaphori If^Dot Ills MM FromHi^ ItrooklvD MtM TheNew Jersey Methodist Episcopal^conference, lie fore its conference, udoptcd^resolutions denouncing the license sys^^tem and declaring for whatever party in-^corporates prohibition in its platform. As^neither regular one is likely to do this,^the conference is held to lie pledged to^the third party. At all events the Meth^^odists are tired of playing oif one party^against the other and of waiting for re^^sults which never follow fuir promises.^It might not be amiss for them to remem^^ber that there is a temperance of speech^as well as of MMM One member^passionately observed: ^Both parties an^^as rotten ason the rum ipiostion. Nowis it fair for the clergy to relievo it^^self by means of bad language in this^way, taking advantage of a professional^cover for an indulgence which is denied^toa^iere layman ItrpublleiiaFieaka. Fromthe Seattle I'ost-lutelligeneer (Rep.) Illmany respects Montana is original.^The latest freak in thut quarter is in the^shape of a movement to disfranchise a^considerable number of citizens on the^plea that they were naturalii'il in the^open air, while the law, at least by impli^^cation, require.1 that it should lie done in^the court room or otlloe of the MMM au^^thorised to issue the certificates. There^is doubtless much avl culpable looseness^ill this connection, and it is certain that^the law or the procedure should be rad^^ically amended, but to go behind a certifi^^cate duly issued to an entitled p MM by^a qualified MMM w-ould sot a dangerous^precedent. Kccklcssiicss in canceling^certificates is not the proper way to cure^recklessness in issuing them. It is well^enough to attack tliem on specific grounds^of fraud, but not on trivial MMMMMMk AFEW SPRING POEMS. 'HiIt's Jolly lo see all the I liint's coming out,^Willi promise of turnips to ins';^Il it the Hung which foi mo wall the fullest of^^ Isto see the AM aace 1in grow. -'flit Fitrmi r. a * Th^al man gay across the way, Hasmild I hem 1.111ii lo burn.^Hut soon ihe heat Ihelr In own will creel. AndI can take my turn. Tli* Vi'^ man. ** liemerry spring is SMM'i see 11r hear it 111 tie air;^Yi r flails it on the Imil hit tree, Yersmell II every^ bell.^An prctt) so,.a it Hill he warm Kuoiigli10 teas ms harks^An* sab ite river or go arm 111111in arotin' tie parks -Tu ioiit/'i Y'tuno Aitiii.^a MjMMI 'tis Dice lo see Ihe i.mills That- port lienealh the tree,^But the oM-time lirccil 111 Wail street Isgissl enough for me. -J^'U OssjM, SomeMidden rhilllnt! blast in spring. Yourexpect .lion shock-^'Ti^ plain why people call Ihe thing Theverual paradox. .tfrs.iii IMmi . ** Wewonder o'er each liml we meet, Fnt II our musings we if) us.^Thau Kstare, kiasTrM tore, we greet Thy^.!^- ar, s i mysterious! -OnSi r. ^ Mk * (Hiwliui a li.i.tstly tinI Isire! IIhas In ell liel csiioll Licfore Ik I lion nl Hung Thatfolk- call ^Spriuz^^Of MM IVs seen al MM I wore. lis then Ms rudest hoys von meet.^An 1 habies iMayiui 111 the -ticci, Tilllife ruttlM aaisMsal Mmm i Aweaiy waste ol cart' complete. AllotMS fashion MMM I Mi^Ma) homo ami do not stir a (s-g, Fotlike as not YonMtin 1 a^(If mini ii|s^ti \otti irhiisoi s let:. am J nil. AItoMSitllsblr Inference. Floutthe HMMM ( lironicle Tch grspli. Whyis Chicago called the Windy^I'ity'.'^ osaetl Mrs. Sapuhlig. Thelu^uso^ have so many windh^. I^stip|k^se,'' replied Mrs. McSwill goii. ^1^know the ( Incago poop e are always^throwing stones, so 1 infer they live 111^glass bouses.^ AI'anla! Itrfor-n. MMthe New \olk Sun. 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Bm ai.trins tuniiUm waltr, but lift, bleutil^lifal, (ipi n fir.* pliicfs ;in l all MmMI MNt^i^ n.vs. UnMM M Miilt* and ^ln|rl''. * 'nii.iuc au^l^mtvk'c ivtiifUy iWttl-i'.ufi. Kate* frutu $3.50PER. DAY UPWARDS, AtTurihnKto tttt MMl I .:;ir:wU'r of r^m^ms^^^^'i*ii| i^ (|. CW. LOOMIS, Prop. InsuranceAgency] elegant furnished rooms REPRESENTING JCTXA.etHaiti AMiUlNFVAUA, or San Fraiiclmo, (Al.l I iilfN ! A. ot San t'raneisce, 1OM M 1 to I VI., of 1 ahfoniiii. FUtl'.MAN's 1 i Nfi, ^(f Fahfiirnta, HARTITUKO,el il ntforJ, IMFKMAIi,of hoinion, LIV1.1;I 'i ^t 11. .11 nl l.t 1M i^ ^ N ami (11.(11!t L^M^i\ A. LAXCABUIMl .NATIONAl., of liartlolJ, NE\\ U U.AN Il, MACAPA.of New York, PIPil N ; \. of I..ni.l hi. qOKKXiof i.ivei )s^ ^i, UNION.rfCriMM WMTTEKN,nl TeroM* CITY LiveryStable A.W. MclNTYRE, nonuRTOK. Ak''*ueral transfer luisines'i iransa icil. FilSl-cUlsSs.ll- le :m I it u!^le ri^^. rflllipIn all 11.1 us.^Telephone No. II Stable,Broadway, Philipsburj + the columbia + BUILDING^ LOHN ASSOCIATION OfDKN'VFlt is iii/cil lo ^lo business in^I Mate. AUTHORIZEDCAPITAL^PAID UP CAPITAL. - $1,000,003$4,000,000 +^oi l It BM AT MTTTB,^F. J. MMMTT. llu/.kmas,Montana. AUKNTi 0.NEHL^ ^ ^ SON* conf-ctioners ANIl UFAI.FItS IN Ciptars,Tobacco and Pio-luco. FUfsTmnt AKACONOA, ^ ^ THE ^ ^ J.CHAUYIN FURNITURE CO. Atv1iiitf rarlcr'il a ft or caiioftil mIII*' V hh'Nt and ClM ajH-sl + FURNITURG Kverttrontlit lo Montana, and prepare!^to Iili iii-11 any kin.I ol a liuase. iisitu or Ill-lei.ju-i ils'^nll w.till ii. V^ 11 want til pattin Ir new Fe.diM Bedi jui- in, Uueet^111 tile MM ('nine anil t.ook .it lliein. WHOLESALEAND RETAIL 224 2* WEST BROADWAY, fcUTIE, MOM. iftZ.C. HHYNES. liveryAND FEED STABLES TransientStock 1.11 efully ( urea Tor.^I'irs/i/a^s Turnouts ModeratePrices t FirstStreet, Fast of Main. An o mnia, M .111. + ESTABLISHED 1535 + Filzpatrick^ ^ ^ Strickfaden ANACONDA Real: Estate : Agency POMANACONDA Kentl^*t.i ^^ ^'1^1 MMM Ap-nti, HMMj^Meka n, MMM Ml I MMMMMA SAMPRAMENKO, 1 KAl i 't in FreshGame Oysters snd Ftt, LHIOOMCtOAB*. C VNPIFS. Ni ls and^11:11 is. M n i ::. 1 RKMI BO^M ami . . COUNTRY ^ PHBDUCE ^ v - 1 , 1 Nit N 1a^t l int Stuvt,Aiiacoiefa, Mon: THG^ D6LMONICO. (has.t mn n 11, immMm Mainstreet, Niar Front, - Anaeoiitlii, Mont BUSINESSCARDS. nnucniiHrMMr ASSAVEKSANU ^ IIKMISTS^I'. O. Box S'W. \\. (iranlto St., Ilutlr, Mont. M I^ I ill' A J. AMI SI IftlK'AI. I.NSHTL'TKill'^Ulh HL I.A. AlMail Vetieieiil PMM anil llemorr- l.elilftllealcll atlll 1 lues ^llar.aile il al tile 1 i 111*^slir( liilf; ^, (ailllil, 11. ui Hie 1lep.1l :.l M.s- aula, I'ne beat mmUcm akltl awl anility u'^a^i Ina u-nniarB, l'om-^t^oou^iiiIieui ouico Mil11010 it 10 Ha in. ami I let 1.111. TOMCrasmith, OUVUinAMI lfl'II.DKR,^MMM I in tiisfieil mi ait KMMMMMMMh Ifctcreuces111 ihe City.^LOCUST st., MCTWMUI sfconh ^ TH1K11,^tUMMi - - MHII4 II dick^. nooT, MMMMOrxto CM as. IlOUt'K )^Dealei. iu Ileal P-u.le ..;nl Minium Stock. immmlilock,^rtMI IIUU, - - - ANACONDA. PROFESSIONALCARDS.^I^K. N. S. S.N VUhU, OHMA1X ANIl HMC STliLETM.^AXA(OMi\. MONT. J,' P. ClllffST.MAN, Ok !^^ S. DM.,lti'st sue t, Ifetnoon Miun ami Oak, AlMfaMHiMuiii.ina.^men BXTIIACTKll NMIHOL'T l'Al.N^hy |Mt|MM All Cl'ts-cs ol I MM Work^i'\cciiti.l in lusi-i'lass aubiioer. At ti^^ll ltd 11 el i \i aluail I'.ales. II.BMKM,^' *SL KllKON IIFNTTST. OFFICFIN IN ION LI.OCK. Nexttr^ Montana Hotel,- Aiiaoomta. M ONTANADKTECTIVI AtiKXCV. PEIVATBPOLIlI \m)C0I.1.LVT10N llUKKAU. OltlceHi Kim 1, Old Fostolllii- Itttililinx.^f, O. lio\, I^J,^UIMUi I.A, MONT, If.Slhl llFNS, H ICF.ON MAIN M.. QVBB SMITH DBUd^(lOifA.NV. Itctitlvuee011 0:1 -ft!, near St. Ann's ImmMa1 OMMnMfcAUHtl p 111., In.m 1 :a0^to j |i. 111.. 1.ml iixjin G:.iM' 10 to .ip. m. n..1. MMMM .iniiN 11. HMM yt.toNNl' l.f. ^ ROMMTA^.\ I.I'll 11 KCTS ANIl St I'i:i:IMT N liKNTS. I.in.setia lltiifilili/. West i.ialiile Sll'eet, litille, .Men.ana D.H. SPRAKER -:- The Old Reliable -:- Isnew in Hie Hi f.l for rot tun ling ami MMMj^I l.es, roulcinplaliii.- la; lil.in; ^ill^tin ^ ell tu call 011 Inn, far PLAliS, SPLCIHCATIONS AND FIGURES. p.o. Ml m. lies.'lent.^, corner MM and i\ii sircti^. aSURPRISE to ANACONDA - l^ I 111: STOCK OFA x]THEOEHRET^o Vhivliis as eoni|^lcti^ as ill auy ci'y nest of^I 111, AllO -fVBMIltUUMAMIUM of- I'lNi:III I ^ h' H ' ^l .Ki'S, rAiM.01.ivra IAN 1 Ian ^K C VSU-l, mm:r.oAiins, ,t'KIT' K im. I AHlts'^POLUINU ii I^S. I DK-lvs. Alsoeonip'ete lfr^ of t i^ik:nii anil Heating^k s. .1 kery. (i.asswart, lulkiy, lailoc 1at. p., I'.allj Uililf's. L\DEJ^ J_/\KINQ A SPECIALJY.