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THEANACONDA STANDARD. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1801/ THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY^THE YEAR. IN Deliveredl^r earner or mill nt ten dollars ^^year, three dollar* n quarter or one tloliarit nioulu. THI STHNDRRD Itthe only daily newspaper with telesrraph dis^^patches In Deer 1-odge rounty. It print*^mure telegraphic ucwtthan any otliof^uewspajs-t ui MouLiua. Correspondenceand business letter* sbould be^addressed to THESTANDARD Cornerof Main and Third street*. Anaconda, Montana. H'KSllAY.may LU. 1*1. Inupholding the constitutionality of^the original package law, tin- United^Mates supreme court will give great^satisfaction to the prohibition states.^The original package was a device to^evade the law, and devices lor that^purpose are bad in principle. People^to whom the prohibition law is obnox^^ious should not try to get the best of^the statutes and the courts bv under^^hand methods. Tliey should direct^their energies to repealing t..e law, and^failing in that they should more into^some more civilized state. Accordingto the Canadian authori^^ties the laws of the I'nited State) pro^^hibiting Chinese immigration are an^^other instance where prohibition does^not prohibit. Canada charges fifty tlol-^larsa head as a tax for every Chinaman^entering its territory, and the greater^number of the immigrants contrive to^smuggle themselves across the border^into the I'nittd Mates. Canada gets^the fifty dollars, the Chinaman gets to^his destination all the same and we get^left. The government is put to its^wits'end to stop this undesirable in^^vasion. The present law was framed^as stringent as congress could frame it,^and what to do next is a question not^easy to answer. Itis announced that on .luly I under^the auspices of the Academy of Science^an expedition will leave 1'hiladvlphia^for Greenland to lay out a new route^to the North 1'ole. The old routes it^seems have proved unsatisfactory anil^traffic between the pole and the rest^of the world is verv light. The expedi^^tion will be conducted on foot after^(iieenlatid is reached, and the party,^which is to consist of 11 geologist, a^zoologist, an ornithologist, a surgeon^and a corps of assistants, will make a^great effort to llnd the object of their^search. No mention is made of such a^man, but in view of their long^tramp in the cold, it seems hardly^probable that the party would neglect^to take along a capable mixologist^along with the other scientists. Allaltimore physician asserts that^he has reduced inebriety to an exact^science so far us its subsequent demon^^strations are concerned, lie linds that^wine and beer taken in excess have the^effect of making a man fall in his side,^whisky on his face and cider 011 his^back, these disturbances of equilib^^rium corresponding exactly with those^caused by injury to the lateral lobe and^to the anterior and posterior parts of^the middle lobe of the cerebellum re^^spectively. From this clear and ac^^curate description, a man may learn^lor himself the gravity of the danger^of mixing his drinks. When the lateral^lobe and the anterior and posterior^parts of the middle lobe are all affected^simultaneoiislv, the owner of the lobes^must perforce either steer for a con^vemeiit gutter ami fall all in a heap or^else fall into the hands of the police^direct. THECASt OF PITTSBURG^In the city of 1'ittsbiirg, I'a., the^abolition of the smoke nuisance with^winch that city is cursed has developtd^into a paramount issue. I'ulike that^of Mil, Pittsburgh smoke is mainly^of the plain, ordinary, every day va^^riety. There are no strong ami aggra^^vating complications to confuse and^confound the proprietors of patent^exterminators, nor is the smoko ever^so dense as to stop a stree'. car: but on^the other hand Pittsburg smoke is al^ways 011 hand, tending strictly to busi^^ness week ill and week out. Free^liom any great distinguishing charac^^teristics, its habits are steady and uni^^form, and it manages in the loug run^to accomplish about as much as its^more erratic rivals. Interviewsin the Pittsburg /)/.*.^jiat'li 011 the subject of smoke^abolition develop two classes^of opinion among largo M*V^MM of fuel. One class :t ivprc^sen ted by linns already pining in im^^proved stokers, who will in a lew days^demonstrate LM possibility of u prac^^tical abolition of smoke. TI.e other^is typified by a leading house which,^having tried smoke-cons timing appli^^ances in the past, has little fiith in^them now. and Inn built a stack so^high that the smoke will be carried^away Irom its immediate neighbor^^hood. ' Hut,^ says this tiriu, ^if Un^^law obliges us to do anything more we^will do it. Kditoriallythe Dkfmttk H m irks that^the existence of IMM two esMI s^should bhai* the coui.-o of those labor^^ing lor the abolition of smoke. ' All^who are keeping up with ami even in^advance of public opinion will help to^prove the possibility of the reform, and^will lend most powerlulai l in n curing^its ultimate mccfSS. Of coinse, the^ability to consume smoke having been^been proved, previous ettorts with im^satisfactory devices go for nothing.^When the prool is be I ore every one's eyesthat smokeless chimneys are ^^possibility, the great majority will^hasten to secure the ecJtiomy to be pro^^duced in that way, and the resort to^law will be necessary only as the ulti^^mate step to complete abolition of soot.^The progress already made in the adop^^tion of improved stokers proves the^great value of moral inllueiice to secure^this improvement. The same pressure,^judiciously kept up, will soon leave^very few cases in which it will be neces^^sary to use the law. Pittsburghas la-en at work onllie^problem for several years, and although^complete success as yet has not been^attained, the progress made is said lo^be fairly satisfactory. At any rate, the^agitation is continued with unabated^zeal and there seems tone no disposi^^tion on tho part of the city to quit the^fight without a victory. a ITitdt-rthe pressure of HO.OOO signa^^tures of citizens of New York City, the^trustees of the Metropolitan Museum^of Art have been at Inst forced to open^the museum to the public on Sundays^from 1 p. m. until half an hour before^sunset. These citizens sub-cribed^84..KJO to pay lor the extra expenses in^^cident to the new departure. The action^of the trustees i* in line wiih a grow^^ing public sentiment. The ixtreme^Sabbatarians are losing ground \ery^rapidly in America. ITBEGINS IN 1691.^Professor Totten, of Yale, who has^figured out the end of the world in^MM, announces that the niilieiiiiini.^properly speaking, begins in IV.'-, by^which proliably he means that 18ft! is^to witness the election of a democratic^president. The prof' sior lec'ured be-^lore the liaptist Social UMM of^ltrooklyn one night, last week, taking^for his subject ^J he Inlinite Accuracy^of Prophecy.^ He asscrUii that he^could prove mathematically that^.loshua made the sun stand still and^that .lonah was swallowed by th ^^whale. The apocryphal fourth book^of A/trills divides tiie world's leaee of^life into twelve periods, he said, ten of^which had already passed at the time^this book was written, :r^:t'i years after^Adam. Hy dividing certain years into^lunar and other into solar, Professor^Totten linds that the age of the world^as computed by Az iritis corresponded^with the result obtained by his system^of calculation. According to an^^other division of the twelve^periods a new period was begun^in 3MM, the exact year in^which Christ was l orn. On M old copy^of the book of Azarius one of ti e early^fathers has called attention to the^prophecy and calculates it to liixttty.^Professor Totten says that these figures^agreed with his. Azarius says that the.^world will come to an end in Mtm\ or^lstm, and the last year in which .sinners^can repent will be 61152, or iv.rj. Theprofessor says that .lerujaleni is^really beginning to lie the meeting^place of the Jews and that Anti-Carist^will appear somewhere between^Prance and the orient this seas ^n. A^general w.tr will convuUu all Kurope^and the only two nations nt earth^which, according to revelations, will be^favored are the I'nited states and^England, since these countries contain^fewest di sceiidants of the old ene^^mies of the chosen people. There will^lie a financial panic in the I'nited^States such as never was seen before. Wlierofuroit l.etim \vs the wicked^and MMMMMtt republic ins to repent^of their sins immediately, put their^hotists in order, vote the democratic^ticket i Ml yiar and be siivxl. ANOlHtR COLUWBAN IDE*. FdwardEverett lla'e. mi behalf of^the American Antiquarian society, has^made a novel suggestion to Secretary^of the Navy Tracy in connection Willi^the celebration of the qua lii c ^n'.en-^nial of the discovery of Amenca. Mr.^Hale would have a grand theatrical^reprrsentation of tho landing of Co^^lumbus and would go to the uttermost^possible extreme of realism. The^original vessel in which Columbus^sailed is admittedly unseaworthy, but^the ground where he liist set foot is^still there where he left it and is in^every respect as good as ever. Mr.^Hale eb^erves: WouldIt Hoi In1 possible lo detail a vessel^which lutein touch al the i nil of ih^ |M^set-11 ^ ^which Captain Cos has lined at At I -^wood s Kc^ on ihc mot 11:111: of the i-'thol (Ma^^pat, M f Theti h i li e attest Min n as last as^C^luiuhu t ictiiuiucd. and n I him fiom da) to die,^follow this coiu'm-. wla^ h Is lavcn ui peal detail^111 the logkeeti of Columbus, so iis it, really re.^seal thevayaaa Mia flayta aayasOolajabM madea. \Mu leColunil'ti. e.iiuM a lir/.ira. our^^ ipecUttaSl could can ll a 11/ ard. w M i III y^caui-M a Initio, they siiould If) for atuul-. on^iin'di\ wheiiiiciuei t he 1 seees tWMhtaj they^saigas' apes a Sat of Mease** aaa in 1st port mi^1. leajaai ^sMMtaM Magi the) should to lew^tile detail winch h . ^ s 01 h * gic.il MllTlatMl*_^I vessejeieMMM setae** I have ease^SafaM ^ aMkSSi lal the last |ae month* 111^siuduin: 'he SctlFtl of Uwvmi t'^eed I am^i|UUe lure that there i^ a meal (h al of historical^and rc irraphtcul htfoimaiion which would 1*^picked 111 ^ k) an unci m.'iit 1 Beer le tee eaas- flaudof siu'l-a ^'s.-d. ^ ^ u, it ,1 ! , alcalad-^tla ion lo our kiiow.c.i^.-i.f i!e^ t-acan at steal in^ludory. Nowthat is a suggest ion worthy of^adoption. The objection may be raised^th it the spot is too tar distant (MM^Chicago, but wbile Chicago is import^^ing the MMM Colosseum w hy couldn't^she BJM up and transport Hie island^on whic:i Columbus landed and locate^it permanently a mile or two out in^Lake Michigan, Ex-Mayort Verier of ('hieaeo is not^M iy hopelul ot ;he world's t.tir opin^^ing on time. H-siys hedo-i'. s.'e how^^01 liUy i' can open 01 time which is^May I. MM, ^I Ulievo,^ he says, ' that^BMgMM v. ill have to ho Uksl to^^SlCM 'he time to August, UM, or^May 1, MM. Thai would mean a^heavy linancal loss, three ol the I ajaj^aieillhl b-mg gone. Oar taT we t her^.s froej the end kftil until the end^of Novembir, and alter that it is^stormy, or likely to be. We could Hot^expect any number of people lo travel inbad weather; therefore, if the exhi^^bition is not ready for opening on May^1, isyn, it would be unwise to open it^after two or three months bad passed^over.^ It would be the joke of the^century if Chicago after ail her blow^and bluster should get herself into a^hole. Thatthe Italian government is en^^deavoring to check the tide of emigra^^tion to the United States is shown by^the issuance of a circular bv the Italian^minister of the interior 10 the prefects^of the kingdom f ar the restriction of^such emigration so far as minors are^concerned. A copy of this circular re^^ceived at the treasury department at^Washington shows that minors will^not be allowed to leave the kingdom^w hen not accompanied by relatives or^guardians except 011 production of^proper shipping articles, and such doc^MMM) will b ^ required also in c.tse tho^minor is accompanied by a relative or^guardian who can neither read nor write.^Minors eighteen years of age will not^be allowtd to emigrate except on spe-^cillc authority by thu minister of war.^Italy can't b ^ any more anxious in the^matter than is the I'nited States. CURRENTCOMMtNT. Ih War Mi nation ^n ihe Continent. Fromthe t'lilcaeti New*. Thomasli. KI and the ret t of Luropo boomto bo ut poare. APad Year for MM| Mow V* wile. 1rem Hit- Huston Hera d. Wedon't iH-lieve tie republicans of^Massachusetts will can- to light the next^campaign on the IsmM of putting a bay^^onet liehlnd every ballot. For this reason^we rathrr think Mr. Lodge isn't 111 it. VIh it -I ^^ l^ ^ Mean*.^From (lie si. 1/tiiis tiloin l^cnaH-ia'. '17. O. II.^ are the Helta initials under^which a new s-ieiety is aatiouno d, having^for its object the proscription of Itom'ti^Catholics in all the relations of life. ^U.^(^. 1^ M must mean United Order of Dam-^fools. Thine*I li .1 Ml Thar* Just the Ssme. Fromthe All an) 1ini^ s. AMissouri newspaper recently pub-^I shod an cibioriul on ^The Drilling in^Politic*.'' The editor is evidently im-^pn ssed with the truth of the old saying^1 li it t ^Polities makes strange bedfel^^lows. '1lo- Nomsneta ur^ of Absurdity.^From the Chicago News. Whyis it everylMxIy nowadays dies of^^heart failure'.'' Why not ^breath^failure'' or ^l.fe failure'.^' To ascribe^death to ^heart fai'uro^ is (qaivalent to^saying that Ihe subject dled before he^ceased to i xist. Kvery death is accom^^panied I y failure of ihe heart, though the^causes huding toil may ho many and diverse. Nothing,Indeed.^From Ihe New Vo k Sun. l'rof.Max Midler shows in tho M iy^Mfkfff of the WrMMM CVxfio;/ maga^^zine ^how near tho httiguag s, tho litera^^ture, the religion, and even the folk lore^of India, llabyloll, Nineveh, and Kgypl^have been brought t ^ us. ilul from^China,'' eeeeeasia l'rof. Midler, ^wi- have^n civ* d nothing.^ Heeeired rsnthllsff I^liow uhoiil t!ie ancient and iiohto Chi-^neese coutrivaniI civil service reform'.' ToeJ^.rr.^l'roni tec 'I'oronio M.n'. IhMMMtlSM pipers which SM 0^parallel liotwi on tin- cases of the Ala^^bama and tic- Itata are very much astray.^I he Alabama was a ship built ill a Itr.t- Ishdeehyaed for the aeateaes asarpoaaa4 priying ttpou sVsaerieaM i-emmeree. ami^the tieneva tribunal la-Id Great llritaiu^rosponsible for allow ing her to set out^up ui her mission. The ltatu. oti the^ollu r hand, I- a Chili 111 vessel w h eh was^supplied \,-nh arms ami ainmuiution at^an American port. This || a hr ucli ^^f^ttie nctitruh'y laws, lint the ca-e^ f the^Alabitna has no resemblance to it what^^ever. TurningMclM|^liy^ c. to Ai count.^Ffam Hm New York Un order. Itiis^ tl to be bind iliat a German natur^^ally owand ^die Itingdom of the air,^ but^it now seems dial he lias us llrni a grip^on the solid earth us anybody could de^^sire. A dispatch from Nt w Haven s; ys^that a German tin r ^ ^ vaded the 1 xeiso^laws and made for himself much money^I y rowing around hike Whitney at the^regatta the other day with a lot of mar^^bles in his boat, which he Fold to people^for .'. cents apt re, thiowing in a glass of^dsjeff as a inaUe-wright. Get many is^u highly mciaphys ral country, I ul it alto^lias a strong sense of practicability w hich^it very will kuons how to uie 011 ocea- s.otl.' Fourteenllesuliful Man listers.^From Hie I'litladrlnlua Itocord. AMMH of young ludte^ in I rani,ford^hi.tr.^ formed a society, tho tillo of w h eh^is ^The Man Haters.^ The membership^now include* fourteen ul the prcltiosl^girls 111 Kralikford, w ho have In en roiirted^(luring the MMM mouths, and who iu-^tend to take things into their own hands^dttr tig the summer in anticipation of the^annual siin.m -i slight and tl ^ek hy tlirin-^selves. Tho entire club attended cliurch^111 a liody Sunday night, going home with-^0111 male cfeorts. Many of the f. rnier^favort (I young men met thi' young latin s^on the street and were painfully amascd^w hen their polite salutations met with 110^response. The prcttv presnh ut declared^yesterday that the young men would lie^boycotted until tiny promised to eoiue to^terms. CHHIir V.OJL 13 AUVi^hTISE. chiefexeeutivo a* printed in lbs papers^bad been read by him with a great deal^of pleasure. They bad elevated the pres^^ident in his opinion and made bim think^that, after all, the proaidont'a bead was^nearly big enough to fill his grandfather's^bet. In alluding to the weaknesses of the^press, he said that a woman named Te^^resa Kelly had died suddenly some time^since. The coroner came to look at the^body and deemed It necessary to examine^all of her papers. Among these he found^a document allowing that she waa a mem^^ber of tho Anti-poverty society. This fact^was made known through tho new^pu-^per*. The rosutt was that the vicar gen^^eral decided that Miss Kelly was ^alto^^gether too wicked to be buried among the^saints 111 Calvary cemetery. soi^r Mapljaa 1k, if lie Wi re to l^tiii^ on llartli ^ow. rem tin Nt w York MM lr. MiG FM delivered Ml last Smulay^evening lecture for the season m Cooper^Cation last n glil to a thousand memiiers^and well-wishers of Ihe Anli-| overty^soc.ety. I1 is subject last night was ^The^HMe and nt use* ol the press.^ Hesai^l^that if J't-iiswero now upon 1 arlb He^would say. ^advertise the gosgs I.^ Il^was en-tout.iry for some croakers to de-^uoiiaeo the nress without restriction und^lo advocate a censorship of its columns,^instead of such n measure. Dr. Mcliiytlti^mild that blessings should lie called do* n^upon the modern newspupt r Sir the good^til lt it h i* done ill the ^tseeiiuiialioii of^truth. 'There wou d bo a jolly lifM if the^c clestustn s had lie- 0 11 or-hip of the^crcat metropolitan j iiiruals. The press^shout I Im* free, he sal.l, e\e 1 if nfTense^s^^ lo exist. Alluding to the recent trip of^ihe president, he said the speeches of the UNDERA NEW NAME. TheI'eopls's I'arly the Ssme In Effect ss^the (ireenbaefc. Fromthe Pittsburg Dispatch. TheCincinati convention haa addel to^the oid adage, and evidently believes that^a rose will smell even sweeter under^another name. The organisation which^wi s launched with so much noise yester^^day is thu old Greenback parly in dis^^guise, ami not a ve ry complete d.sgulso at^that. I ho first declaration of tho platform^Is for a practically unlimited issue of legal^lender paper money, and the abolition of^Ihe national banks. To be sure1, the rag^hebff has u now dress and trimmings, in^^cluding a revised sub-treasury plan, tree^silver und government loans on real^estate, hut stripped of these gaudy vt st^^int uts 11 is tho same baby still. Thereason for this is easily found. The^lailia rs' movement, which culminated in^the Cincinnati convention, wus u sponta^^neous rising in thu rural West und South,^but the leadership has been appropriated^now by such well-known politicul back^numbers as Gent ra! Weaver, ihe grt en-^back candidate lor 1 resident in 188J; D -^lauialyr of Colorado; Settle of Ohio a^id a^^cole of other laithful worshipers of Ml^paper dollar. 1 hree or lour yeats ago,^when the union labor move looked reully^dun^eii us tor a short MM these same^ihiid party veti rans ipraug to the front,^Mctired the adoption of their platform^with Ihe labor trimmings suited to tho^occasion, and the promising bud com^^menced to liioo frcni that hour. Nowthe sumo Wallers with the familiar^platform are once more with us, but tins^time tin ir MM is resting mainly upon^tho fanner instead of Ihe city artisan.^Tiny have rcehr.stencd the child with^any 1 in.nun of enthusiasm, but all elec^^tion day or MBS) will determine whether^fun will be more kind than liefore. HITOR MISS. Soyou are Ml in favor of the annex^^ation of tluaa. eh ^'' No,indeed! Where would web - able^to gel at y good imported cigars in that^case ^^^Jut i tn^i^olix Journal. Doyes t'ink, K.illet ly, that its bad^luck to be goin' MM a ludderV Oidunuo,^ said Unlit rly, us he shoul^^dered his ho I. ^It may b ^, but it's worse^goin' over w in tin or twelve hour* a day. f'ittsbttrtf (Viroiii'r'e. JohnnyMy lather said it in sober^carncsi, uia'atn. TeacherWouldn't ^My father said it^in earnest^ mean just us much, Johnny V JohnnyS ^, ma'am; not if you know^my falher. intra QMeflSi HeLife w ith ine has been a failure. SheYou iiiu-t have had and wasted^some opportunity. lie-No;1 have spent half my life rais^^ing whiskers to conceal my youth, and^tint (tiher half dyeing them lo conceal my^age.^.l/moey* M'nkly. RMaI'a says wo can't marry for 10^years. Itut don't look so sad, George;^3 est are you ig yel. Georiji^Yt *, 1 know I am, dearest. I^wasn't tl.inking of myself, but of you,^love. llwas .-notice putt If indefinitely.^I'oa- k*r*S al smttit. \\ill veti tv.dk into my pari: I^.'^ saal Ihe spider^I.. Ill tl . We:I, Mfi^ BbM the insect,as he winked (he^(tiher eye. i(.in-parlor has 1111 entrance, hut of exits it Is^sin, 80I 11 nisi slnv oiitsale hi safety, ani n in..in a UUsHy. Mfc Fangle(to his wifel^Oil, by the M^my dear, 1 Invited the minister to luku^dinner witli us tismerrow. Mrs.I'.ingle (who la fumlliar with Lit^MSSSi'l language w hen carving)--Vt ry^well, lovs1. I'll have the cook carve the^fowls bt fore they ure brought to the table. Jtilji: MENAND WOMEN. GeneralJo Wheeler spt 11 Is all of hi*^rongrt ssional tulaty en the people of hi*^district. TrunkIsMM *on see eminent^divine, resemble* his . fat Iter in all fea^^tures but his mouth. I hat is smaller. J.l'torpollt Morgan, the banker, is tal-^and wcil-proporl olied, resembluig the^deceased poet, John l'lcrpout, hi* uncle. JamesM. K.veh'th, who ditd ill Wush^tngtou the other day at 68, h id been for^(.'.' year* u clerk in the war department. JohnJ. liigala never ^iuokes until^after ti o'clock ill the evening. After that^hour he Miiokc* steadily until he goes 10^bed at || o'clock. HenryGeorge is again hart) nt work,^this tune on a lotig-couti mplated treatise^oil |K^lilical 1 coliouiy, designed to recon^^cile the whole system of politico-econo^^mics with bis peculiar theories us to land^ow nershtp. WardMeAllistt r, who met 11 Waterloo^ill aliemplitig to write* % book about the^doings ol the 400, is now drumming the^rale of liquors, and his present literary^1 lTorls are upended iu pulling certain^brands of wine. PresidentJ. S.Clarkson of the National^Republican league, is just 4H J ears old.^He has lived it: Iowa since he was a boy^of 1-, ami he Ix'guti his career io itfe us a^compositor on the Ml Mi a^hMMri of^which he is now the owner. CharlesA. 1) ilia's grt at ambition, it i*^said, is to be able to play Slosson on^tejaal term* at billiards, but he will pt..b-^ably nev( r be uble to ilo it. Mutiriee^D ily has been giv tig him lesson* for a^long time and is still giving them. 1 he^great editor Matters hum-elf thut he is Ms^proving. CaptainTliomas, of the steamsttin^reiiusylvaiiia, has been prea^^nled by the^Hrit.sh govi ritniont w ith a splendid silver^cup for hi* i fne of the survivors of the^wreeke(| steamship Fiileener last Novem^^ber. F.rst llltlcer ( rocket was given a^gold nu'dnl, and four of the clew silver^medals. The testimonials were pre^^sented in Philadelphia last Friday by^Collector Copier. W.M. THORNTON, FIRE InsuranceAgency REPRESENTING ATNA.of Hartford, AKUUVKKVADA.of Han Francisco, CAI.IFOUXIA.of Sitn Francisco. (tiMMhltl 1 \b. of Cshfornia. 11bh.M A N \s FUND, of Califoroia, HAKTFOKD,of Hartford, IMPKItlAU of Iyoudon. UTEbVQOLand lumkin and ULOBE, LONDONSi LANCAMIIKK, NATIONAUof Hartford, NEWZEALAND, MACAHA. of New York. PHOENIX,of London, QUEEN,of Llver|K^t)t, UNION,of California, WF.STF.KN,ol Toronto. M.I.. BOOK, Pmliltnt, .M.tltli s DALT, Vies-Hr^^'t, U.SI. lUOUMUX, Cashier FirstNational Bank T 'HEMONTANA, ANACONDA,MONT CAPITAL. S1OO.OOO Buyand Fell Domestic and Foreign Fxchan^e^and transact a general I^a 11 ^ 1 n^ bealaesSj^Coilcclltdis protaptlV sllmd-d lo Ex-^i-lianue (P iiwu ttii Lottdoa. Uuluburg,^(jl.tsgow. I'ui'm. hriiast. raru,^Uamlstrg, lieruii ami ail Ilia^k'.idiu^ cities ol EurofM.-. cobi:i:si,onuknt: AmericanMskSSjeS National Bank... New York OmahaNulional ilauwOtnati.i Wells,Fargn ^ t os.111 Frati' isci ttali National HankUoeaa Hoge,Bron-iilee WoUnite Mckhauls' National BankHelena ljirauieBros a, CoDeer Loan WM.1- ltoc.r. M. it. unowyi rr. h. r. cham.^in ns, maiicis iiai.v, r, t. rifflflfT HOG]-:.BtOWHLEE ^ CO..^B-K-N-K-e-R-S, EUTTECITY. MONT., franart s reucrat l-aiikln^ kpMlsSj Ex-^change drawn uu all tint Icadiuit ernes uf^MM Collections Promptly Attended To. CcrrcRtw'ttilcitift;Wefts, Fariro ^ Co., New^York: Wells. Fiiiito f* Co.. Sal: |j^ke: Wells,^Farito ^ Co , .-an Francisco; eunalia Na'.ioual^Bunk. Oiuaha, 1-irsi National bank, onialia. nMINAllONAI. HANK, sMMi Bielervberg^ Co., Wholesaleand Retail Dealers Beef.^ Million ^ and ^ Fork, o] GAME, ETC. i Mainbtreot. - Anaconda. HTHE+5 SMITHDRUG CO. !DRUGGISTSt Read'sOld Stand. SAMPRAMENKO iuAl l k i s FreshGame, Oysters and Fish, LMCOM,CK'.AItH. CANDIES', NI'TS,^ll.L'lls. LL IT hit ^ Fi.l'.sll WMM CounttyFroducc a Specially. FastFlrit Street,Anaconda, Mont. KEATNORTHERN R'Y LINE I Montana Central MM^Iciva'. Northern lUllw.iy. II Kitslern liadwfv ..t-Minnesota. II\t illmar ^. Si.nix Fail^ Hallway.^1/1 Duiaili. VSalcitowu^rac.Uc nailwxy AGreat Through System ANACONDA,MONTANA.^Opened July I, lSSS. Leopcned Oct 1, 1S9 Theonlv line runnlns* mairnlflcently ^|til|.ps|^Ha n corii|s sed ol Sleeper.. Dunn.' c.,r Lay^l ea. h. s and Free t otontsts Kle. |s-r from Butte^le bu i'aui und IHnarai^1^ wUhout cUaiiiic lenncctlonstor Clueaso and ALLEASTERN POINTS MadeUi PeSSS D^isit a: MssMM^Vntll MIS notic* ual:'^ wm u-P-in (roln MMa* Mtsetf: \ 4 Atlantic f I Bra* I ' it a. in. for HaMSaV^11 it .it Fads. M- 1'aaU M uiicatsiti* uu taster. 1 'v,^-'. Helena Kv|^re-s. 1 ^. m Foiuilorinalia-i a^ ^ e :i*.-ar reservatteo.^tickets inn' tintetaWes apply to I t HL'bbakd. J I dawhox,^T, ,\ i'iss. Act Heleni..n Ai;cn', I'.utte. 1 il LAM.l '-v.^ I WlltrM 1 . 1sa lit Aflk M- By. lieu. Pass alio 1st AA liclcua.K. U) -. bt MK Oneof the handsomest and most etepant ap^rolnled hotels In the CnltaU States. Tliorom^lily^fireproof, and provided With elevator*, electric^beils, Ure alarms, 1 nulling water, Pa lis, sit ant^bent, oiK'ti Arc place* and .til modern eonven-^1 ice*. 11 out* en suite and single. Culsuiu^and service strictly Drst-clu**. Uaie* from $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, AtcoidiDcto m/i' nnd (haracler uf ruomi^oc-fuiiied. C.W. LOOM IS Prop. ESTABLISHC-D 15B5 Fitzpatrick^ ^ ^ Strickfaden ANACONDA Real: Estate : Agency rillSTBTHEET, ANACONDA. Ileal1 sin e unit Insiaance Airents, Mining^proker*. Collector* and Conveyancers. BUSINESSCARDS. BCHKMWa KVHMML ASSAYKItSAND CIIKMISTS. I'.O. Box SOS. ^ \V. Mil St., Ilutte, Mont. M KDICALAND SURGICAL INSTITUTE ok^MIMOVLa. Allforms of Venereal Discuses and Hemorr^^hoids treated and cure* |[iiuriuitec(i at llicdrivf^State el 1 lark ^ Could, itcat the depot a Mi*-^K-ul;l. 'J in- Itcst luctltciit skill and noddy .dw-'iis liiictcndancc. 1 ssTssseaaseef ^alleaee. oiilco^hours fioiu I lo 1'.' a. 111., and I to I p. in JMCMI SMITH, CAItl'F.NTEltAND BUILDEK.^Kstiniatcsl uinishtsl on all Kiudsof Uulldink's. IdleMsSSS iu the 1 Ity.^LOCL'Sl ST., HtTWhEN MOtsMB ^ TH1KD,^axacomja,- Montana. II OLCKa noor, (Sin11 -soi s to I'll AH. HOUCK.)^Dealers 111 Ileal Estate .mil Miulut; Stock. Schrucdcr'sBlock,^FIRST STREET, - - - ANACONDA. D PROFESSIONALCARDS K.1. E. COUN^, l.atesiipei;r:(t ml.lie Surecon,^N. 1'. il. It. BL'UGEONAND liYNECOLOG1ST.^M North Main Street, - Butte, Moutaua. JjllN. S. B.N V PER. COR.MAIN AN'lTT'lRST STRE8IS,^ANACONDA, MONT. HI P. i HKIST.MAN, D D. 8. 1mice, First Street, lidivcen Malu and Oak, Anaconda,.Montana.^TI-T-'TH IXTRAC1ED MTU BOOT PAIN^C loses of Dental^manner. Ar- bya new process. All C ass^Work ( scouted in lirsl-clas* 1 M initial Teem V111I1011I Plan s ONTANADETECTIVE AliENCY. 1'RIVAIEFOL1CE ANDCOU.ECTION BI'REaU. iltTleeRoom 1, Old Postofflce Hutl.lm,-.^p. o. Bos. ill, - MISSOl l.A, MtINT. I) R.STEPHENS, OFFICEO.N MAIN ST. OVER SMITH DKl'li^COMPANY. Residenceon i'nk street, near St. Ann * HospiaL Ofllcehours Ml n. m. to M)Ji ^ . 'torn 1:3J^loop. 111. and from i :si p. in. toll p. 111. s..1. m yon nell. ClON NELL ti ROBERTS, JOHNIt. BOMMa, M AliCHlTECIHAND si PElilNTENDENTS. LewisohuLtilldui^, Wc-i Cranite street, Butle,^Molilalia. TvTHRTINSt FOX, MaMM ^ 1'intCiears, Tubacco tiid Conffctioncry. Wholesaleand Retail Dealer in^4CORL OIU Intint JUSTICE COORT State of Moutaae.^County of Deer Lvjis s. rowaslila ^f^ABsMBoaaaa,saiara a. a. ^eakwsfi, iawSlaseraM l'V.Ivithv. pl.tlnt lf, vs. Jolm w. Ml (If-^f. ^i.l.uit tliaaBntamoe*. Hie Mat* of Haa-^uuia. to ihe aii iveaasaed d f-mli'tit. llreetieaTi touarc 11 ereb) tunn nedta l^- and appear^befor 11 ^^ .1 A. Kecawel . Juetio* ol the i'eats.^in and tor ta* lowest leer Ana east a. ^ oeMy of^UeerLtKiaa,at m^ atTse* la saoaoada ^ Hon^tenia ^ rici ll.es rvtretl tin- SW inous 111^yoe taen aa*t titer.. 10 mart an.we* to the sase.^p s'lit of I. F. KirUy. th- . box- n. tin it 11 uiinil.^In a cull action to teenier the suiii of o chtiii-^1I1 ui . nil (lie and nMreuty-five oiic-htindre,tii,k^dollar* for batsnee d .- tor it.^nls. sap s a id^a crcli ^ dl^e sold a id delivered aeSMtttaal t^y^leaiti'ifl at iica-ndant s it-* tiac ^ tit te.ate*t^w thai line.* years, and in team: tl.^ r. f^.n (Utnicii'^ I! If tcpdeml :. ^in*' yoi. Jefee^W. Biis,f,theabjvc nameil utfci.ila it. for'ha^^'-m (f (Hi- htinttr d aed m sad scicniy-flve^1 ne-hund isiili* dohars and SSStS ( t *:al. in M^Uotslf e^ Beaded. iil\eninidi 1 my hand this clcventlt day of^May, a. D . :Kd J.A. EC' KWI I t. Jeauasol Hie Peace.