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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1891.
TRAVELER'SGUIDE train*AHH1VB: UiOSA. m.^i rom ltutte-Leaves Huttc at s:^^ A.V., Silver Bow K : 19 A. St., MUSH K^i M.^ISiSO I*. M. Kioin Buiti' and l.arrlsoll- himButte 11 m A. M , rdlver Bon 11 i^ A. M..btuan la.oi 1'. M. Connect* at fctnarl witn tiaiuwhich .^svw CumiuD al lOifiO A. Al., I. er IxxlkV 11:14 A. M^OiOO P. M.^Kroin ^ uile^Leave* Butte 5 ^i P. an.Mirer B jw |d| r M. Mtuart 5:40 1' M.^IOiSO I' M.^ Mom Untie and tiarriton leave*Butte ^:!.'. f. M. .-tuirt t-M .'. Al. Leave*Harrison b:4Jl'. M., Deer iaugi U:OV iM. tbaishDEPAUT: SiSOA. M.^For Oarrl*on~Ktuart S:^^ A. M.. 1leer Lodire 9 M A SI , liarrl-ou at Hi: o A. M,^OiSO ^. M -Kur llutle-hluari at 9:40 A. M , hi.irrHow at 10 05 A. M_, arriviug at Unit: 10:30A M. SiSOV H.^For Butt* and Harrison^heave^Htuart at ,i: a P M . arrive* in Butiu at ^.;^i 1^.^M., Harrison al 4 G ^ I' M. Oifto^^ m fir Morn mot*. SjSSSt SS 1M It^M., arriviUE in M*m al 7:45 i'. M TheAiiacoiitht ollice ot the Hncky^Mountain Telegraph company has been^removed to convenient quarters in the^main ollice of the Montana. The line^Is equipped for prompt and careful^tervice on all local and through busi^^ness, east or west. The Hocky Moun^^tain line has much the larger Khi'.re of^the telegraph business of this city. The^patronage of the public is solicited. THE.WtATHER. Tbodoily record of tiie thermometer in^thia city i* reported by A. T. Playlcr,drug-^gist, corner Mum anil K irst street*. Tlio^record for yesterday wa^: 7 a. in., 40' de^^grees uIkjvc; IS ni., 67 degree* above; 4^p. in., 49 degrees above; 8 p. in., 41 de^^gree* ubove. ABOUT THE CITY. visited Uutte yestcr- HenryGcigerich^day on buaincaa. JohnHapty of Fourtli atreet made a^flying trip to Butte ye^terilay. EdwardSupreuant was taken suddenly^U yehterday anil is at present confined^to Ins room. Jaine*Brown niailc a trip to Butte yes^^terday in SOS interest of the Miner*'^Union celebration. Dr.Slephons and wife made a trip to^BaHS yesterday uud viaited numerous^friend* while there. Thebarber* in tin' city have decided to^cloac- their plnrea of biiaiue** to-day from^the hour* of 1J to 4 ^^. in. Mrs.N. C. Kny of Butte camo over from^that city laat evening and will remain for^several daya visiting with her lriend* in^ihe elty. Tw of tho Met all r^ y brother* paid^Lo*t ereek a visit on '1 huraday mid rc-^tumed from that plaeo with 15 pound* ot^trout. W.F. Franklin. traveling for the Good*^year ltnhlicr c^tii|iany and H. B ( laflin^of Sou York, wan in tho city yesterday oil business. Theiowcrt^ registered at the Hotel Jen^^nings vcsierday: A. C. tiles, Pitlshurg:^J. II. C.ii s, i'nisliiirii; I). J. Gies, Butte;^YY. Benin* and wile, Butte. TOHONOR THE DEAD Programme.0 Be Foiloied (or ^^mdrill Day in Anaconda. THEPLANS OF THE VETERANS ImpraoolveSorvlooo to Bo Con-^Quoted Under tho Direction of^tho Meado Post^At tho Cem-^otory and Opora House. Wordha* just been received from Mrs.^11. B. Masnii of l'liiiailelphia by her sis^^ter, Mr*. Fretl Sully of tin* eily, announ^^cing the arrival of a little daughter in the^family. Lx.bulge Fitzgerald has been confined^to hi* home for the past few day* wnh u^severe uttack of neuralgia, and hi* face^ha* swollen to almost twieo it* natural^* SS a* a result. Ktin fell incessantly yesterdny after^^noon and I 1st night and while it I* of un^^told value to the country, it la to be hoped^that it will cease to-day until the memor^^ial services ale concluded. TheCopper City Wheelmen aro re^^queued 10 meet rtt their cliibrooius on^Park avenue this afternoon at 2 o'clock.^All are requested tube present, a* the^in.^cling will In- an hup Hunt one. MissKate Hciinessy of Butte came over^from that city laat evening, and will re^^main in this city for several days visiting^trieud* and as the gue*t of Mr. ami Mrs.^Fiod Sully, of Sixth and Cherry street*. Asocial danc ^ will lie held at French^hall this evening uiuler the auspices of^Messrs. Brennnu und Gettiugs. Lxccl-^lent music will bo furnished for the occa-^aion and a good time i* anticipated. Sonsof Veteran* nre n q iesteil to meet^at G. A. R hall at 1 o'clock tlii* after^^noon. Kvery membi r is earnestly pri s*cd^to be present. By order . f Captain^Bertscb, G. S. E. Wi^nor, llr*t sergeant. TheHigh school cadets were out yester^^day afternoon in full force. A march^was taken through the principal ^'n ets^of the city. The boy* are beginning to^show proficiency in difltcult military ma^^neuvers. . TheStandard ball nine will take the^morning tram for Butte, at which plucc^tliey will try conclusion* with the Untie^club tin* nllernooii. The boy* any they^will do their liest to will and they feel^confident of success. Theobservance of Memorial day, the^weather permitting, will be a success in^every re*pict ill this city, For some tune^past at range mi uis for the event have^been going on until everything has been^completed aa iar aa possible under the^immediate supervision of George G.^Meade post, G. A. It. ltev. F. P. Tower,^U. U , of Helena, prosiduiit of the Uni^^versity of Mottianu, ha* been engaged as^orator of the day. The ladie* interested^in Ihe *ucees^ of tho affair have been^working with a will to do everything in^their power to make the day a memora^^ble oue. Althoughit rained heavily yesterday^afternoon, a large number of ladies made^a trip to the hills and returned to the city^with innumerable boquets, a service^which is a *ulUcieut demonstration^of their desire to do their^share in decorating the gruve*^of the dead heroe* who have been placed^at rest in the cemetery in tins city and to^whone memory every mau, woman or^child should do honor to at least SSM0 a^year, 'i'no parade will be a prominent^leaitire of the duy.as will the SSWSOSSOS ut^the c. meteryto be followed by those to be^held al Lvans opera house. A beautiful^feature of the ceremony to lie given at Hie^cemetery will bu ISM * iigmg OlWsU Carl^^ton's famous poem, '^Cover Tliein liver^With lieatitilui Flower*,^ by Mi*s Ale-^Gloflin's school chiicreu. Immediatelyalter tne return from the^cemetery the exercises ul the opera house^will begin, during the Course of which the^Kev. Ilr. Tower will deliver his oration.^S|^eiehes will l^o made by several promi^^nent geulluuieti and appropr ate SS4MSS^will be llirilisln d by a band and quartette^on this occasion, and it is ii|^iL^l that^ihe day will I., observed in a manlier that^will leave a lusting impression on the^heart* of the people of this city. Tho pro^^gramme a- made tin i* a* follow*: Theprocession will lorin at I:3U |^. ni. as fol^^low*: I'll ice *s*J build, at 1-orHrI o! yllllll sll eel amiPais SVSOMSl ftrst diwsu n. Wo le lone^guards High M n.ol uadeU and lb e ilc|iartineiil^ID nritei iiaiueil on Main street north ot Park^axeuiie, rialil ^m I'aik avenue; earr.agis Willi^oia n , luctidrul of exerc;***, mayor, ehap.aiu^ai d i|iiaitelie clu.i, m fioiil of the Monlana. Seena olVmOA, ^.tiu gla ies deeoiaii. n c. 111-^ii.it re, toraoS Artsy ss the kepubde, Msssof t'.-tiall*. rule so. iellcs and hellnol elilidreii on^West I .iik avei tie, light ou Main CiUleu* m^culllMgetou bOSSo Man:. UN | OK MA1ICII. Faston Park at euue to edar ^treHj north mi^OrOaf sire -i to ftfirst, west mi Hi si loOSOj OOftS^on Oak Lo Fn ut. ^rii on limit to Main; south mi Mauilo ihmeter), ^ here the d^ eoratluo eser- eiseswill take i laiv. I he SfSSSMSMI will Iheu re^IsUTSJ to i ...11-11 i 1, wlit'ir Hie ei* icisBS ^^f Uieday^w h bs held Ihe knasoSSSS will i.. \ ^ stossotii^al. a, in No Oris) wiu he made lor those not in^line .d that lime. PoliceI'lirce.^t'omrade William AleKeever, Marshal of the^I ^ay^Hand.^riiisT nivisiox.^r. .1. Valoiiey, Maislial.^Wolte l one ThsSfis^HUli Seoeol ^ aoets.^Atiae.n da l ire Dssatrtosrot.^Orator, Maw piesiueut ef Kxerelses, Chaplain^ami ii.uni. tie tsss SBCSftlSSJBSj^SsSOOra SSYIOOOSt,^J. It. Lssos, slOtsssSj^Veung l^ulies ot 1 ice-orallou Committee.^(.. A. U.^s lis of Veteran*.^I lvie Socie. ies^Km ihiI t hililren. Ostassosin t fgtissjssj DsMSSSJIAl ihk i KMK.IKIIV. PrayerKev. P, IsfSJIf Snllg. MissMel ,1..Mm s M-llool Cllil.lr. II,^lleenralloll nf Cross ailil lilal.--. llythe Young Lad lei of lue Pnhln School*. SongsJSBltotts t lull l-'ir.ugeanite. MuseHand nysxB^Aiiierica'' olllil'.ltok I\l II' Isis AT SVAN* UAUU IniineUIitrly afn r Ihe rstSSSI from the e. in. ii ry. i|ieiiiugI'ruyerIt-v. P. I.miy SongQOSRotts Club Addles* l.yPresident of Kver. isi s, MaJ. IS. S V.. Wlsm r. Son-,Quail, lie Club Oration ByOrator of Ins Bay, in. Tower of Momma^I li.tcls.t). MusicHand Closiii;:K mark*.^Post OOSSS an n i , I'.C I * i Mil si ui. beosoletioo. Rev.John Reid, president of the Col-^lcgc of Montana at Beer Lodge, will^preach in the I*n sbyterian church in this^city to-morrow morning and ^veiling.^The Kev. C. K C impton will jireach in^Beer Bodge on lhal day. Nowork was done by the surveying partynt the depot on the new road yes^^terday on account of bad weather. A*^soon as the storm abate*, however, it is^t xpeeted that wirk will bigiu and be^pushed through with speed. GeorgeEl*ton has decided to erect an^immense bill board at the corner of Mam^and I'ark ^ venue. It will be 12 feet high^ami lOO feet in length, and will Ih- um d^a* a h.U board for tie c. m ng circuses to^be held here in the m ar lutiire. AT I He HIGH SCHOOL. I'u|ii^ In Interest o % I x. ieues laeldm^to l^^csorailuM llay.^The programme of eseir ses rendennl^at the high schoi ytsterday afternoon by^si v. ml ol the scholars was inlorvstiiiB^am) entertaining. The acnaol room in^which the several numbers were given^was beautifully decorated for too ^e^caaiou with flags, bunting and generous^quaiitiues of flowers which had been^gathered on the bills by the school chil^^dren during the week and arranged 1st^unique designs at different prominent^place* aliout the room with pleasing ef^^fect. With a good programme aud an^excellent rendition by each participant,^the affair was a decided success from OS*^ginning to end. The teachers aa well as^the scholars at tbe Central school evi^^dently tuke great interest in their work^and are to lie coueruiulaird upon yester^^day'* successful efforts. A number ol the^children'* parent* and friend* were pres^^ent and seemed to enjoy tbe eserciscs^I r.-in beginning to end. 1he programme^wa* made up of the following numbers: OrationMemorial Bay ClarenceInml KecitallonDecoration Da) MayPeiem. lle.ltatlonThe Bottle Johnllun ittgtmi. ltecilaliouWin e We shed S Te n NelileSlehlllis. KecitallonHeroes and Martyr. Jam.s ion.lull EssayII si.uy of No* ii/zieSlu. kev ltecitat.onKilled al the fm.! NevadaMcKilu. Kssajrih.. American Flan SueSlaugh.er. lleiita ion|as ASSi'ilcoo i'1^- Cornelial .l/l'alli. k. IttciUlienhill le liyn ii of the Kemibl.t (eorgiaua Cudiio^. AllAn luvlted. Theladiea who are member* of the^lodge of Daughters of If. beckah in this^city aro making generous plan* for the^entcrtuiunieiit to lw given Saturday night^in the Masons aud Odd Fellows' I.all in^the Standard building. It is the first pub^^lic entertainment ever given by the lie lies^of Ibis lodge and especial i ITort* will lie^made for its success. The ladies cor^^dially invite tho alien.lance of all mem^^bers of the order of Odd Fellows, anil tins^invitation is also extended to the general^public. The affair will he kliowu as all^egg sociable. TheCoining I 'IIn- Chicago, Union Pacific A Norit*^western line offers the In *t accommoda^^tions to the traveling public en route from^Snii Francisco, Portland. Spokane Falls,^statS*! Helena, Salt Lake City ami Denver^to Chicago. Through trains, fast tune,^magnificent sleeping cars, elegant dining^cars, colonist sleepers, reclining chuir^cars and handsome day coaches. Ameeting of the member* of the Ana^^conda Fire department will be held this^morning at P) o'clock at the fire house,^and each member is requested to be pres^^ort iu uniform. By order of the chief,^P. J. M sI.' ^n it. Therah on ^ n Main street, formetlv^occupied by George O'Kelly, is being r. -^painted und | apered and refitted through^^out, mid will sh-irtly Ik-opened by John^Burke, who i^ well and favoruhly known^nhotit the city. Mr. Burke intend* to^keep a flr*l-claos line of good* iu stock at^all t me*. Throughpassenger truins, through^freight trains, quick time via the Chicago,^Uojajsj Pac.llc ^ Northwestern line to the^principal cities east of the Missouri river. TheKl. Kev. J. II. Brondel. hi.hop of^Helena, will go lo Granite to hies* the^new Catholic church then' and hold ill.^vine si rvice* on Sunday the .11*1 of Msy Takeit before breakfast,^ because it^will give you an appetite, regulate the^bowels and cleanse the sy*tein of all iln-^i urine*^ Dr. Henley's Knglisb Dandelion^Ionic. Smokersof the celebrated and original^^Cuban Blossoms^ will n future Cud^STOVy cigar and every box branded ^I,.^Lillis.^ All others are counterfeit. L.^Ltllis, UM Second nvetiue, Xi* 1 ork. Itastas Allmembers of the Workingmen's^utl.oli an- r^ questtd to meet ut the Maltie^i iiilding hall on aoiurdaj at 11 o'clock a.^in. By order of coiiunitte*-. alwekhiuders'Mveiing^'I he annual niietingof the stockholders^of ihe Bed Lion Mining c. iiipauy will I*^h Id at the office of the secretary, in Ana^^conda, Montana, on Wednesday, ihe J I^day of June, ls'.M, al 10 o cock a. m. of^said day tor Ihe purpose ot i lu tu g a^hoard of director* and transacting such^oilier business u* may come lie ore Hie^meeting. G. H. V inhton, S. cretory.^Anaconda. Mont.. May -1. MM. DSTES^ C0NNELL4 Ij ^MERCANTILE COMPANY. AllAboard bo H..ck^ liar^New stage line now SSSSSI from Glenn's^Ferry to Korky Bar. Stage leave* tiirnn's^Kerry nt I a. in Tuesdays, Thursday* ami^Saturday*. ^ l In apt si, shortest and he-t^route from any point ^ u the t ^r^ goti -lion^Lilie. Hopkins ^ Howard, i'roprietor*. lorsale. Choiceresidence and also vacant corner^on Purk avenue. Mti^t be sold, hlnpilrc^at Clia*. Hourk's real estate office. Firsi^street. ForSale or I or ItSllt. Oneof the llne^t business locations in^Granite together with stock, consisting of^dry go il*, gent's furnialii g goods, Isuits.^shoes und clothing. Alxilll it IU) worth^of stock at a bargain. Will eitlo r rent or^sell building. Goo Is all new, hav ng^been on Ihe shelve* only two weeks.^BooSl reasons given for selling. Apply at^once of Don Greer, Granite. Montana. Trythe p^ rcerlain bathsut the plunge^hath house. I'eforoliuying examine the acclimated^*j tituhtig boaid of the Boston piano.^King d- Kennedy, slate agents. ltrniovn Br.N. S. Snyder has removed his office^to the Standard buildinj, corner of Third^and Main streets. THL THAIN 3lO.JP_D Ones\t as Knoii'^h lor Two Colorsd Kx- eursloiilsts,Hester slid ^lanily.^From tin- laMiUville t'ourfer^ournsL Theoilu rday an excursion train down^South, crowded with darkies, was run^^ning along at the rate of lorty miles an^hour, when going arciiud a short cuive^the engine collided with u little bull. I he^ei giue turned a somersault over the bull^and lit bottom upward down all t inbatik-^llieilt. The tender took after il, but hit a^b g tree and broke iu Iwo. Then the curs,^one afn r another, reared up, turned over,^jumped on lop of inch other, and lay m^one big promiscuous pile, while all space^around.ami above tho wreck was filled^with darkies, women, men, baskets,^pieces ol cars and seats. Remarkable to^relate, not a soul was killed, und only a^few of them were slightly hurt. The little^bull was cut to pieci a. Jwo old colored women, who had never^been on the cars before, and who were^seated i ear each other talking about tbe^^Force bill^ when Ihe crash came, went^out through the top of a car and lit in the^glass aboul 4U feet from the wrick and^nljoul 15 leel aparn Alter looking ubout^tin in in a how littered state of mind they^presently sat up and eyed each other for^a minute or two. 1 lien one of them^shoved her boiinei up olf her f.ic ', and,^looking al the oilier, who wua trying to^get her hat loose Iroin the back of her^neck, saul: Ixdat you, Mondy ^'' Yca-asI Wur ii we^'' Ifrcssde Lawd, honey, don't nx mc.'' Isdis whar we git off^ 1^pec it is; I n lilier went ter a picnic^on de kyars afo'. One thing sho', we got^oil, mi' nobody didn't halter tell us ter git^oil, iici-dcr. No,dey didn't. Didyer eber see niggers git c ff'n de^kyars in scch 'er hurry^de a'r wus lull oh 'em. Ye^as I Dey acted lack dey hab no^sense. Lookheahl Ef dey gwan ter stop dat^suddenler let u. olf when dey carries us^back home, I'se gwauter walk. I don't^mind gwiue tus', but Id's stoppin' so siul-^diu, an' frowin' |a^ople 'bout loose 'dout^ebeii snyin' 'Look fo' y .'selves.' Dai'sw'at 1 loots to n y.elf, an' Say,Hester, ix you seed my baskit^am ^ l.ar sence we lil^ Well,'Mainly, de las' I seed oh ftf^baskit il wux I hasin' inine froo de u'r^to'anl OSfSWSX] an' a pas-. I o' niggahs,^sum gwau up an' sum comiii' down, er^grahbiu' fo' 'em. Bowfur ix we Pom town^'' I'o'leenmiles. HowII y o' leel fo' walkin' ^'' Well,dey'a goml ^ x your'n, 1 reckon. Delilo's tuke de pike^no kyars fo'^me. Dot'smo.^ And the two ^old girls^^wolketl back home in ignorance that an^accident had occurred lo the picuic Iraiu. Noncelo Owners ol tow*. Inm prepared to take s^om^ of cow*^.luring Ihe solium r season, and w ill guar^^antee they will Ik' can fully horded. (ilAlibi ^t MuKBOW,^Chestnut Street, or;^o^ue C.ililorilia House. torItem. Twohandsome offices in the Stamdahd Imilling. JLJtonicjL^ts-i/M..! i s. ^,^!ttfe ' INDIGESTIONtSriMxVTTPATir.N h.pun A.I' At II HI.,^i lly. Montana. Vihoiesa.e *uu SN i NOMORE BACK ACHE AnObliging OfMclal. pr.iuithe Mailr..nl Courant. Avery busy liurlford man, with a large^correspondence, recently rem..veil to a^summer home that he had bought ilia^small back town. A* soon as he settled^down he wrote a lot of important letters,^putting on each envelope ^return to,^^with his name and summer address.^He felicitated himself that be had so^promptly despatched these letters, which^hail to go at once. A few days later In-^called at stsfl poslofflce there, where he^POO ^SSlSSSl them, ami hi* own new box^was full. He asked for iii* letters, and,^liiey were the whole lot ihal he had pro-thai^that writtenI Hewn* much vexed, and^ceeded to scold the po*tma*ter. but^worthy silenced lulu by showing^every envelope was marked to m^turned to the writer. ^And I done it,^^said tho postmaster in triumph. InOldbury, Worehestshire, Knglsnd. a^life insurance club ha* been uncovered^where tbs ^ ttices of president and treas^^urer were lie d by an undertaker an t^that of secretary by his dutighter. It is^ehurged it wus so managed at to put a^premium on murder* Awoman I iring in n small village m nr^Allentown, I'a.. was notified to come to^Heading to sign off her interest in as^estate, which was !!.^^ cent*. She ileclim d^logo, because her inheritance would imi^pay the car fare. The amount goes to^the slate unlets the lawyers cover it iu^fee*. J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER AnacondaMontana. Watchmaker^ Jeweler -Dealer0V +DIAMONDS + All Grade* of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Coeds, Silveiware, Etc. CLOTHING. Tnisdepartment has a new and attractive appearance^by the elegant display of imported and domestic^Cloths to be found in our Suitings of the^newest and latest designs. PANTALOONS. Anunlimited and choice assortment of patterns to suit^the most fastidious ta^te. CUSTOMTAILORING. Weare agents for two of the best custom tailoring:^houses in New York City. Leave your measure^and have a Suit made to order.^Fit Guaranteed. HiWUi c,m Watchmaker, IUSIST., ANACONDA, dp.bi:k hive. Rmiiiud Oriraui Sewtm.' Maeitiues for taleollent^Plettim Frames iiu.is lo urdsr Itis saitl of a magistrate at Iliddefonl.^who is a great iH-liever in muscle, that it^is it common thing to flml turn at hi* law^office, with hi* hook on a high shelf level^^ith hi* eyes, busily reading law und^swinging live pound Indian clubs, or tak^^ing some other eierci**, without uiterh i-^euce with his studies. HOTELJENNINGS OrrMDi'MiFit a Niw M.iMi.rnrM. CofilsWill Retfive the Bf^t AttfBtioi CM)AYIIINNKIES A hPi.CIALlY. DANIELA/.//.. I'roprietor. Hots,Hats. Thelargest line to select from in the city, and the^most popular makes. Christy's Imported London^Hat; the celebrated Gold Medal Tiger Hat;^Hand made Stetson's Hats, the^finest grades. UNDERWEAR. Gentlemen'snatural Cashmere ribbed welts, spliced^seats, Silk and Worsted ribbed, solid colors and^fancy stripe, best full-fashioned fast black^Balbriggan, fancy and solid colors in^Halbriggan. GENTSHOSIERY. Blackand fancy Silks, Silk plated, solid and fancy^striped Lisle Half HOtt, Ingrain Cotton, hand^seamed high spliced heels, British Balbrig-^gan and many intermediate grades. GeorgeModuli, who ha* so successfully^run the Grand ristaurunt nt l'oilipoburg^for the past three years has relltn I ,n I^will shortly r^o|ien the old l'liseti.-.m^stand at Granite. MeaiS at all hour-,^either (lay or night, and at any price. Oe.inqjentStock Sale. Oftteeof Ite.1 l ion Mumu l oin i i t.i AjMsosoasMom . say zt, l Si, i iTl^ t lie , Is ot i tJOefll n|sjn the Inl.^Issrlu* described stork of iii- Ke.| i.i..Q^Mltilti* reniiioov, on aie.iiur ef tospsssseol^leutsi ni on tli 'ourihilo i.r starck isvL lbs^several SO S Sis set upfMswIe I s SSSSSS of the^fe^|* i tlvs ios1i hofctli s a^ follows. N Atthe Mont ma Amongotlo rs rciriHtcrod at the Mon^^tana hotel vi -ten'.iv were: 11. p. Market',^Chicago; Jaun s Mm Fsriane, Kiltie; W .^V. Kniiikliii, New York; L. liarrymaii.^San Francisco; T. ^ oiiirhlom, t Ulcaa^II II. Mn ih. Ilalliuiore; \V. Williainvn^Chicago; t . \\ .. Anson, Chicago. [[ !.0 ^^1*1 :r.^lo St*,to Ill iii 1,1,1 I*1)..^'.Ill iiu .'.i^l^4 SS^.'^ in^i tw hiuu tilM) Plungehath SSSSSI dsy aud uight.^Park avenue. Anaconda. Wool A0Iin . eeonlan. ^ ill !a^ and ni I-r ol ih tru-tee*II if e on :% n'li .Uy . r gfav. i si, suu.auy slur. ^ of ea^ li |iare..| of ^anl si^*** a*^in jrsoQSfK*oi| will lii snIS si Iln ssS.* rthe^are rtory ef laid eoui|^.in^ in Auaiondj, ties*. . onHie ti ir.i us) ef .inn.. i-jt. ..' ik ii ni olsaul da^, to pa\ .! -n.rii. a^^e^^lueiil^^th.TtMO log-llier si h .o-t of a.ivertisii g aoa rIf SJSOS ^f *Ale.t.KO. ti. VAl.NMoS (.glee ill I'm. u Black,sn retary. Auaeoiala,Mui.l. Neckw THLLATEST AND NEWEST STYLES AND^NOVELTIES OurClothing and burnishitlgtwill bear close inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated.