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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ax, 1891.
THEGREAT NORTHWEST
InterestingHappenings in lb s, ibe^World's Favored Section.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY HOI'S
ThaPortland Industrial t-xr^o^ltion^^A Kalsii- I Woman Kills a t o.ir^-Liwyori nnd Minister*^Play Ball.
I'rirklyPoar Talley will liave all arte-^^ i.^n w. ll.
Har'lyi^ tlio iiamo of a nrw W'aslittiK-^ton town.
Horsethieves are numerous in the ^.-^cinily of Davenport, Wui.li.
HniseCity I rs havu rwlticeil the^price for almviiii; Iruui '-^'^ t ^ !.^^ runts.
Otrer'2 0 Mali in lews BtaM uro | xi^ i i-^tunning tins yi*ar hi i.^isititf nuur Ix-i'l*.
TIiuKiathi a l v.illc-y i- williout a flour^null or cresineiy. It will nut riniuiii so^long.
Amountain lion In Oneida county,^Idaho, utlucsi-tl a man on liureawMil last^week.
Allof our Niirtliwi'Kt ^ xi-lLiiigi-s tell tlx*^same stoiy- inon^ clrli'rwn ulii-n.ltritf,^sr-liool than fan lit' i-n.v.ileil tor i-uintwrt-^aNy.
Dr.Sanders of lii-iin-rsrilli- i-i-moved a^tiairpin from iln^ tliroat ^I Mr... \\ ilson's^^-I.ild last Tiic^.l;^^, iliiriby s.ivimr. Hie
littlefl llnW'^ life.
MiiiHarm I Hoard, Missoula county's^MijH-rintcmltMit of scti-iols, is visiting the^Flathead roiimry, lin.kni|f niter me ill-^lert'sts of the school* tliere.
Eitilitthousand iieonln attended the^opening miflit of the I* .rtliiml ixiiomIioii^Thursday. Tin Mex^i-.iii hand I urn isli.-ii^llie mume. The an tralh-ry is haul lo Ik*^the llnt-sl i xhitnliiiti ever mud** HI the^l'..r.lie eoaai.
AIrame house, m arly eom|iieted, on^Ctieittlllt slri-i't, Seattle, w.is lilowll ilowll^by a high wind 'i'liursil.iy, and Andrew^Anderson, a carp-'iiler, wu^ ivu-^lie*l to^death l.y the fulling llinliers. Several^others working on tl.e iiuililiug Iiuu-owiy^escaped with their lire-*.
Theflrat number of the r.Vimiiirr, pule^lulled at Hill.ui, alrs^is. Ki . M A II irk. r.^proprietois. ri'ttched tin* m amiauii yes^^terday. It la deuioerntie in politics, lia^columns aro nuwsy, the local and edito^^rial pagea are excellent. Typographi^^cally It in neat.
'Ilie directors of the Portland induttria'^expo-utH.il receive I u petition from tin-^chinch people of that city Saturday ask^^ing tin in to n move the statutes and^paintings of tin* nil lo order flout the art^gallery. Tlio tlirn-'or-. ^n ni-^v.d^ llie^petilion.
Thefifth story of the Willamette uni^^versity, one of the oldest educational in-^alilutiotis on thecoakt, wu^ doeovered to^Imi on fire Weilnenday. The lire started^in the roof from a defective Hue. Many^articles in thi' uiu-i tiiii and lthrary *a^ re^destroyed. Loss rltl.MU
ATaciwiia p ilicemaii lieat W. K. Paget,^a business iiiuu. into ksMOteesMlisj
Wednesday. Mr. Paget was l: oui
thehack door of a saloon when tho po^^liceman met ami jumped on him. Per^^haps the mi-oil why llie policeman^ainashed him was that he uas going out^of a saloon.
lov. Dr. Walker and brother, J. soph^Walker, were arrest,^d near I'le Klimi,^Wash., several days ago on the charge ol^burglary and rereivitig stolen goods.^H^ v. Walker u a well edueated minis^^ter of the PrcHtiyitTinti faith and a mem^^ber of the (oiim it I till- presbyti r.v, but^a slave to driuL.
Abouta year ago 1. Utah K. ^ l^horne of^S attic married Dr. I, M to*, m a niii-^away match, tin rYh. H, this year, she
procuredu divortu account ol cruelly.
ThrtH*weeks later she married K. I,,^llalke, ^ ho owns an art store in Seattle.^Ami now 1'ulkc is sicking a divorce. Iff^c-onrse be will llu.l sonic ^'ju Ig.-'* to grant^the desired scp.trail.ui.
Henry1^. 11 iIm-.h-k, stmcriulcu.t.Mit of^the Indian school at Neah Hay, was^drowned near that pi.ice l ist Satur day.^While htiiit.iiir Ins horse stiimbleil,^throwing Mr. lialieoeU into a deep p. o'^of water, where ho was i rawuetl. lb-^was '.'1 year, old ami a I roll er of Pro^^fessor llulicock, principal ol the Purl^Towiiseml putil c sciiooln.
Thelawyers and ministers of S-atile^played a game of bail for sweet charily^last Wednesday. Score, IK to IK The^clergymen were lyent at stealing bases,^while the lawyers were continually enter^^ing demurrers and taking ixici'tionx to^the umpire's rulings, lo-v. ( lark Davis^knocked out a home run. and tin u gravely^walked up to Jil Is' ^ M. I. iv,a, llie pitcher,^and apologu -d lor swiping die ball so^hard.
Mil Hello S. strum, who lives eight^mile ii. r hwcsi of Kalisp. II, s..ys the^(,.uj 'in-, in Hie v.cintty ol I'.y's mill, ^^oue of the pluckiest young hnhes in the^l-'latheati country. A lew swiff ago her^father ami Mr. I. .vi rion went out hunt^^ing and r^ uirm d without any gutnc. km^while they w^ re absent Miss lielle and^the ta g succeeded in killing a big black^bear. Winn the two men returned the^yout g lady had tin- la ar dress, il and the^huh- stretched a'.d tacked up lo tun.
lk.puigseems to be the latest, best and^most economical inethoii ol irrigation,^and tin. W. mitcln-u 1 It- nice favora its^a lopliotiintli.il ^ cliiu. Hy using pipes^thcro Is llo datlg* r *d ilalliage by over-^fl iws or I leaks 111 llitehcs; no cspctist-^nitacties to keeping tlicui in n pair, and^there need be no wustc water. Another^^ sunt in their favor is that water can be^carried anywhere by tlnir use^over^mountains, through ealliye and across^r.Vers^so long as the place lo be wait red^is not of greater aliunde than Hie base ol^supply.
Thelatest in lb* line of practical jok^^ing comes from Klamath Hot Springs,^tin-victim b'lt g a youtttf man named^Murray, says tin On ^jiit,mn. He was dis^^porting til the warm plunge bith, which^la made private by a six-tool fence, when^a friend w ho is atquaintcd with his re^^tiring dis|K^ailioii put on a lady's hat and^|-ecped ov.-r tin- i i cio^urc. Murray saw^apairofui.sciiii yoiisi .es and the hat.^In Ins efforts to c .nceal lllllis. If he re-^ina no t ^. r water so long that ha^strangb ^t and had lo be rolleil uu a bar^^rel to bring h in back to life.
HenryHoward was arrested bv a th-p-^uty Dulled Suites marshal last we. k and^taken la-fore t'oitiiuiss.o:i.*r l.m.ry al^Seattle on a eAsMI of selling liquor to^Indians. Tl.e Indian Iscing a it s lent of^Untlsb Columbia llowaiJ was Uis-
charged.He was than turned orer to^the state authorities to be triad. Tn*^ca-c la one of mora than ordinary inter^^est from the fact that it will h i the first^one in which the constitutionality of the^stale law of Washington regarding the^sale of liquor to Indians has en r been^tested. Frank lis r; ley Jones, Howard's^attorney, will fight tbe ease on tbe^ground that the Indian Is a resident of^British Columbia, and that tbe state law^is unconstitutional, since it is in contra^^vention to the treaty of 171*4 with Gre.il^lint.iin, which prescribed that all British^sub] -cis, including Indians, ccuhl come
10tile United Stales ami carry oil busi^^ness Iraninctions without molestation.
Hoppicking in the Willamette v illey is^shout over. In the section about Ituttc-^rtlle J. 1'. (.,^^ r says there will be nearly^two-thirds of a crop savetl. About half^will Ise of good quality and the remainder^more or less damaged by bee, says the^Oiri_onian. In some yards not more than^hall the bops were picked, and not a yard^in that a. clioii yielded us iitucli us it did^last year. The hops weigh well and their^appearance does not indicate that their^brewing ^| ialil.es have been injured. Deal^^ers are talking of big crept and low^prices, but growers hope for a better mar^^ket Mart a while. No price has Isecu^MM d ns yet. It b reported thai William^Ne.s of Kugene p eked fi,Tut) boxes of hops^from L'.'tucri s -an extraordinary i r r^but^no other instance of so good a crop as^that of last year has Iseeu heard of. On^the Sound, whore a yield of MJ.OOU hales^was ^ x:^^ i t. d, the output will Ik. about^:^J,ttO halts* It is not known yet how the^dumage from bee will affect the price,^bill, in T ea of lb - short crop in this sec^^tion, growers hope lor fair values.
IN lit--. C|IY Or I l.OWfcRS.
MMT.d.s of in., laetsaayjal i-n.p ^ in the
MUstlat alley.^^ 11 ^ al N the risiiilaril.
I(izt man, Sept. 30 ^ Tba prominent^soc.ai MM now interesting a number of^the ladies ami gents of llosetnun is llie^Ml ^Katie Dean,'' wh eh will lie pie-^reiin il at the opera house m alioiit live^weeks, Il is lor the benefit of the II x -^mail hospital. Mrs. L. S. Wtllson is get^^ting the matter utiiler way and with her^the enterprise origiuatt-il. Mrs. A. H.
11rsi'y will lake the part of Kattr /Van;^h iljir itvt'utir. Mis-. Jennie Maxty; /.'^^(-^Isr, John Walsh; NMbBM** ^'/'^''^'. Ar^^thur Place, Mrs. Wiltsoii wul tiy to get^II. W. Jiickson of Helena to take the part^of /.dir.t/d on account of his excellent^MM IM Oftlr. r will 1m- taken by Mr.^l-'isher. HmM a these ihere will bo a^large chorus. The plot is very interest^^ing and pretty, and the talent the best ill^the West.
Mr.and Mrs. ft J. Neshltt entertained^a MMf if Irtcuds Le t Prtthiy iwtiuig.^Mrs. Isfg Haskell gave a eartl party last
evening.
Mr.Kd Kills left yesterday afternoon^for Castle on business.
SamuelMeudetihall, Archie 11 ird. nor^and John Muxey (eft for the Kast^\\ ednesday i v-'iiuig, w here they will at^^tend college.
JohnK. Ashtiry of the Gullatiu Valley^Nallunal bunk left last evening for Dig^I Holier, where lie will take the place of^Cashier H ill in tin* bank at that place,^w ho w .ll Icav ^ immediately for Iowa on^I u-in--s w h.ch w ill detain linn there^about Id days.
Mis.West ami Miss Lirklll, who have
Iu residing in Box man this summer,
havereturned lo this city after a two^wicks' visit in Dulte and l^ er Lodge.
Mrs.A. P. Clark will start lor the Kast^in a lew d tys, where atte will spend the^winter.
ColonelDradshaw has returned to^B^ x man alter several days absence.
Missl.illie Nulling of Laurel junction^arrived last Monday and will spend the^w inter here with her brother, liev. Wilder^Nulling.
Colonelami Mrs. William S. Bracket!^ol Chicago, ami son, art* slopping at the^K istniait house, and will re main m Boxe-^man ab. ui a month, so will pleased are^they with ti e city and surrounding seen-^^ ry. The ^'aloiicl is an attorney, but has^extensive ranching interests near lYidlcy,^and in this valley.
CharlesCallahan of Three Forks was in^town 1 bur-day.
MissStella Flowers of Manhattan came^up on Monday lo attend the ball at the^Ho*, man.
IN THE NOHTH LAND.
HisFlathead
A Ki-w taels tram^t'.tiiutry.
Hp.rvlfoi rcsp mi.leu. .- ..f lite statntxrit.
HiMi.uaVll.IJI, sept. IK -Pu.l Bernard,^the ^ MMl assistant editor of tha In'rr^/.OA-.-, will b-ava S iturtl.iy for the Libliy^district in the interests of his paper, lie^will I..- away about 10 days or two weeks.
W.ll.Mi K iy and J. J. Ilruelley of^Helena are looking at the hMttMf anil^vast icsourcts of the Flathead valley.
SheriffC. M. Jeffries of Helena arrive 1^here tonlay on the steamer slate of Moii-^tauu.
J.Mm* die law firm of Laugfonl A^So', Columbia Falls, is in the city on^business.
TomMel.eo I nml Sam Kellh, two of^the popular employes of the Mtssi u'a^Mercantile firm ol this place,left for Mis^^soula on the Crescent. Plcy will spend^a fi w days in the tiarden City.
Ageuih man who goes by the name of^^Seotty,^ although he claims to ht^ u son^of the Lmcrsld Isle, got on an excep^^tionally large load ol K.athead lalk water^ami p.ir.nl- d up mi.I flown the street^shouting and swe.trttig until liflleer^li orgc Slowe appeared and marched him^to the bastil...
Theease of the Stale of Montana vi.^Joe Hoitseli came tip for trial before Jus^^tice Mi pher.1 to-day ami the defeudaut^wus iliscltarged for waul of teslimo iy.
Thelarstesi ilamiftL'e suit in the history^of tin' Fiathead valley was began 1 ties-^day by a summons ttciug served on^Messrs. Hunt a ll.irwood of tl.e Cbll^lion-,, by John Ling, citing them t,^ ap-^|.e.,r in the district court at Missoula^within 10 after sci vice of summons T1m^^uctiou, is commenced by Naihati A.^t oiikey to recover of the defendants Use^sum ol ^a.lAt^ for tlamages alleeed to b.^^sustained hf him it be plaiiil'ff alleges^that on or about the IS h of Ju , be re-
v. d injuries lo the ^ iieui of fa oto by
fadingdown acellarw .iy w htch was con^^structed ,ill the MJ 'o Uu- ih-fetulants,^ami that they laded lo keep the s line^closoel.
The(Ifon to employ eo i | looking^youiiu wi utcti as MM!) collectors has^not turned out very pr IItabic for the^mere-i.tuts who employed tin m. Alt, ra^foriuighi's experience, three of tin. wo-^men became eugag.d MMM whom tiny^ir e.l to dun. two of thclii iincncd, ami a^lew of the MM N inpaih il ti so rise ply^with the debtors thai I bey warned t hsm
whenproceedings were inatlluted so that^the dsbturs might i-tcaju.
bTOCKbAN) BONOa.
Idssag liowns In Alarket Valaas aa the^stork t-xchaegs^N'KW Yoiik. Sept. IB ^The slock market^to-day was active, I ut showed a marked^decrease from yesterday's has try trading,^Urangera led the upward mcvs-nieut for^the early portion of the day. The mar^^ket closed act.ve and strong at tbe best^prices of tbe day. Si. Paul is up 1%,^N rtlura Pacific preferred, \'/. and sugar^IK
tiorernmcntbonds, linn.^Closing stocks:
I'.f.t' rrulstereit ....|X. W. pri-frrred
IJ.K, 4's eoti|sjuX. Y Central.
U.t*. rci!Oregon Impint.... l*H
L'.K. 4's . in.|...iiOlrgan Mm : Luis s
Pacifict'snrreuii Nhvumi
Ate!is..11.Nottll .-.ii..h Ol
Aliieric'nI'Aiiress 17I raiiscoiitincLiil
tlunula I'sciPe s^i'.I'ai'dlc Xlal!
an.ida rsaiiliein. tui:. imi.ii-,. *!%
0iitrai I'ai'lOestiutlrsuue Wes'n *i
HiirllnxtonIlio lirai di' ii'fd.. ;^-i
1.i. k.isnii iti , ^io uraaas iirsts.
li.i.in at it. UIKuek islalei
!., I. AW1st. Paul 75*
l.rie:t.'.;^t. l'mil Aiuiualia. ....
Mi*^ Taut.. n%|TsrMMM l^H
latkeMimeJl'il lexai l aeiftc
l.eii.sa, Nash sl-t I'iuou I'acitli:
Mh-lugiuii t tiiial. :ul','l.'. 1^. preferred
MissouriPacificII. ^. axsresfl (tt
KertbernParUkII arm* Kxt^. ess
S.I^. pieleneilWesn-rii l.nlou
lisMMes'.eriiI.tin. Culloa Oil
hstjMMaM It arks'.
MM,S -pt. 10.- The billowing were
tl-cr lesntg t[tiotni MMl
AllII A. 1 |.l. 1st 7s.. 401, grx. Von. Com.... Vf,
AlcitAi'I pk imi ;'iti ^ IkjihI scrip
Anlis. Ipkiailr'U. . ^ Isl mar. built ....^huiun^iouys\ m.i liicgu isk
MoneyMarket.
Nr.wYoitK, Sept. It -Money on call^easy: closed offered [lerceut.
Primetncrcantoo paper, . ;v.7 per^cent.
Sterling Kxchnngo l.asy; oo-day^bills, HM%l At maud IMefM^Bar silvei, '.h:4
lam,Iono.oisv Market,^Loudon. Sept. Closing. Consols:^money,I 4 13-lli; do. account. 1*1 la-16; ex-in-^tcrest; I'tilled states 4'r, 1 l'lj.; tv.s, Vriy.^Bar silver. 4 It MA ;er MMMM^Money, x/.n .14 iiereuut.
I'elruleuiu.Marktlt,^Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 19. ^ Petroleum^closing at 60*40.
THE NEW Yt^R^ MARKS T.^t lotlng Quotslions for Metals aud Mlulag
Sleeks.
NkwYork,^lations Isw Ma]^Anierirau run:
Alice
Alleles!^ 11
Ak|-ll
Aiii...lei
HetlrIsle
Kelchrr
last a^ belcher.
iiislle
ItlUIISWsl'k
CliolUir
QMmMbt en...^t'alctn ma, i . II.
Crawlpoint....^1 olerado I'on...^Con. t'al A Va..^t oli-lus
Coninieoweaita,
1ii i,e ll e
Iicatiw.Msl far.,
r.tircka1 on
ratherUrUMst,^I-lei Isltd
t.oujii.\ 1 atry.^Halt- ^^ Norciuss
Sept.10.^The closing quo-^lay are:^I IIS illonii stake 10 in
1iai i lei 11 Shyer J w
I7b ii. .. 111
btu I Holy.ike
110 1 luueoriitleocs
lionsilver1 l;
McxiL-iin
Itin^3 M
1iai
Mell.1.
Mutual2 Ml
..Mi. IMaeet
17i |N. Com'wealth .^I ou 1 Ontario...
1m
1uu^tl 1/.
1M^^J 7u
1.11114 10
UMMM.,
ftjiiioalh
Kilos!
rhiMl.Ariz...
I-avaite
sierra.Netaiia.
stauitaid
Suitert'reex....^small Hoi*.-*...
i.EE 1.. v
t'niouCM
tellutvJaikvl.
IHi^I ft
aH
sou^ ^A^1 :0^1 Ml
2Ml^IS)
upper. 1'ili Slid be 1 i
NewYork.Sept. 19^Connor^TToiu'rTM.'^Lake^September. rlL'.IU; li'tobir, ItUsV,^Lead l-'irm; sMsMMMs s*4 50^Tin-I'airly siendy; straits. 520.05.
'The(jrcat Western railroad, one of tho^wealthiest in Kuglaud, has decided 10^all union the ^broad gauge^ of rails. This^railroad is the only one in England that^still clung to the system.
W.M. THORNTON,
FIRE
InsuranceAgency;
REPRESENTING
ATNA.^1 Hartford,
AN;i.O-M.\ Al)A. or San FranrKoa,
tA I.I ton MA, atKau Francisco,
tXiMMIKC'IAL, of California.
J-ll.i.MAN'aFt'NI^, ofCottfordla,
IIAl: 11 a 11.11, vl lUrUord,
1MI1UIAI.of Umdon.
LIVLlll'OUl.aud i.iiMios aud 0L0BB,
LONDON^; LANCASlllUss
NATIONAl, eflla.UL.ii,
NKWet M.AM).
MAiiAUA,of New Yore.
11IOF-N1X,of Um.l la,
tJLTFN, ofUveriKKg,
t.Nlo.N.. 1. xUlornta,
WUtSMUu,til loroiiux
tshll'UslU ii iSSs-^e^ + 0
YFitzpatrick ^ StrickiadeQ
ANACONDA
Real.Estate. Agency,
t.IKST bT^ AN.UOMJA.
|s' K^-int^^ aiul Invurnnre Atrrnt*. Win-^)i $ l^rok^*i s, Colliciuii juiU Cuiive) aiic^*f t.
CITV
_|Livery Stable
A.W. McINTYRET
IbsbMbbsbHM
Ai^i ^r: Hauler I'tisiiirss Iransarted
tusKiasssaigie au.t uoub t run.
Ouunliut10 sil irxlDa,
irlei'iiouaNj. 1
Stable.Broadway, rinlipsbur^.
tiIE-^SMITH DRUG CO.
DKLGClS'lsHead's Old Stand.
TheCOMMERCIAL**
(Onedoor south of Montoni Hotel)^ANACONDA - ^ . MOM TAR A
a^ - 11 al Mm ~^ali T 'W^***
RKTBS,$2.50 PBR DRY.
bi'l.clAl. UATtH TO THE TliKATKiCAb^/.ND MUSICAL I'BOl LotUOM.
SundayUlnners and l^ in liooin aupptn *
bpecia.ly.
DANIELNEAL, 1'ropricior.
itie Only Seenn i class Hotel tn Wallace.
TheCrazy Horse Hold
4^FAST i I D.Mt sVssMl4
liat.s,ft into (i.m Per Day.
hoardami LoOuinc: W,-ekly, (nt.50 to *9.
Meals'ACU. and Upwards, Everyihtus New.^CULL HND SEE US.
PERRilONft WE6SIER, Proprietors.
(Hi).I'KKKATON, AlAA'AUKB.)
FirstClass Treatment iliiarantecil.
WALLACE.
IDAHO
TheMissoula Hotel.
OMs.OP THE VKRY BKHT HOTELS I.N THE
fcOsttUWMfX.
Thetelldinz Is nrw. fire proof, heateil with^rtiaiiu neiee t ^uh e e.-irteiiy, aua provldoi^Willi all moiterii luiproteiueut*.
KENNKUV^, MilLUELI., Prrnirletors,^Missoula, MouC
ClehryHouse.
(HANI I K. MONT.
Real,Newly Furnished ntul Commodious^li.. mis. only u 1 a.- lie p 1 mployed.
GoodTable i.ud Well Vcntltatctl lining Kooro.
J.F. CLEA1IY, Proprietor.
THEHOFFMAN HOUSE,
low fn A, BsMaMsMM] - - - - l'ro|iiMMM^I-11st 111 s A eotiinmihitio--:.
EveryttuUKNrw and Clean.^Meals 35c. Lodging from 25c Up.^Wlilte Help (July 1 nip eyou.^sMfMMl Isfpot,Pnil.p.burs, Mont.
GRANDRESTAURANT
IUILIPbBUIIOAMD ORANITK.
EtrlcUyFirst Class. I I Open Day and N'lgbL^Lures ol all kinds in tteasott^t.uc liuiuig louui tor ladles aod MMssMj
ALLWHITE HELP.^GEORGE MODINI, - ^ Manaeer.
BUSINESSCARDS.
JOSEPHBM1TU,
CARPENTEeaND BUlLrtER,^EiUmaUs 1- tit ulstied on all Kinds it Buudlafs.
Ketereucesla the city.^Lot u s I .s r., LtiiiLL., aAsMMD A THLEU,
AjlACOiiUA,Mo.MA-NA.
QUAULEaUOL'CK,
Dealerui ileal Esiato aud Mining Stock.
'KcliroederiElook,^F IKST MKEEl, - - ANACONDA
PROFESSIONALCARDS^JJK L E. OOUK.
UISEASKbOf WOMEX
123North Main Street,
Eutie,Montana.
JJJK.K. A SNV1JKU,
COILMAIN ANiTtHIKD stkeath,^ANACONDA. mont,
M r. CHKIBTMA.N. P. a
OOlce,Pint Street, Between Mala and Oak.^Anaconda, Molilalia.
IKKTU 1.XTUAC1ED WT1UO0T PAIS
lys tsvw proerss. All asirs of Denial
_cue. iit^ 1 m t.rst-eiiiss inaoner. Ax-^Uliual ieetii Without 1'latea
1)
K.111.I'll L.N a.
CkPlCkOMMAIN cTa OVP.tt SMITH MM^LUMP AN V-
Lesalrnoeon Oak street, near SC. Aon 1^llotutiaL
Ofl'erlionrs P 30 s. nt. to 12 JOp. ba., frora I iM^Ic lp. ai. sua from (luu p. m. loJ u. m.
.j. a mmmmmMMal a. aoaiurs.
s| ci O.N NELL A stOhEKtA
AECMIILUIBANDSUrEKINTENDENTsV
LrwisoLuLuUdinc West nratule bueat, buua,
i\',i^.!-
,iVUO ifli I^.Mint - !^lwilatt 111^Uapraeloii
c'llllt*.-
liilnlils^^i,:ui i.i-
IU|C llie all
therrai^nia* ^^ i.e^iv 1 mi 1^^onr at 1^oanrr ....
tiepi-^^.'.Sit lev s
flra1 u
10eti oW.NtK-T) Willim Me.^is 1 e-iiiat.'1 asstyus: \^u are here-^tint 1 Iai exisMiilel on 1 Inunlred^tiitor and Iniproveinenis upon ibe
tail/,osle iniiiuiii claim slm.t-. in^11 lililiilir dllsriet 111 I leer l.otljre^lisei Moutau.i. 111 or.ler to ho d s.-tid^1. i.'t ier ill.- I'li'ta. U^ of sectltm^^ 1 statutes el the I nib J Mates, be^^lli t 1. .itiiredto h^^M ib^ sun- tor^sidloi A. I^.At.d If wthin
.1.11s irmti the s. rvlee ol tin. notiee
111 you fad or relate t ^ ri ulritiute^r iou of -lien expenditure us ^o^intei-tt in sad ciami will become
1.01 the subscilb r, under seeu.iu^s . I..U-S o! In- I n e.i ^tiat^^,
JOMNH ^l ANDALL.^I .'S.leu .-^ ri. ninet 1, iriL
n.T. PLRYT6R,
Cor.Main and First-sts.. Anaconda.
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Olven to
PRESCRIPTIONS-
CHICAGOIRON WORKS
GAIL,BUMILLER ^ UNZICKER,
BUILDERSOf3
GoldMills, Wet and Dry CrushinR Silver Mills, SMELT^^ING and conxhntrat1ng PLANTS, Hoisting and^FumpintT Works, Cars, Cages, Skip, Ore Buckets and^Water Bucket*.
SELF-OILING-:-CAR -:- WHEELS
CorlissEngines, Compound and Condensing Engine*^and Tramways.
WESTERNREPRESENTATIVE,
TCENNOUNZICKER.
BUTTE.MONTANA.^Cllke and Works, Hawthorne Are. and Willow St, Chicago, iu.
Tke
Prirvtirvg!@^^ Prir\tir\g!
DailyStandard
LitterHeads, Bill Heads,^blanks of Every Description,^Cards, Invitations, Circulars
AndBookbinding.
Writeto os for Prices.^V rite lo in lor emu pies,^tte'U uuoteyoii I'nces so Low,^We'll furnish bsuiules so 1'erfsot
VOlWIU. as CUtTAJK TO 8BKO 0* AV obocb
STANDARDfUBulS).INq CO.
AJiACOKOA,klO.NL
OFALL sizes^KEPT IN STOCK
ELECTRICMOTORS
Upto 500 Volts, aid from I Horse Power to 40 Horn Powtr.
-A tat i
Electric Light Dynamos,
INCANDESCENTLAMPS OF BEST MAKE.
Suitablefor any Socket. 50 Volts f j 110 Volts, 16 C. P. to 750 C. P.
At.si'a Ft li. ASSOllTMKNT i K
ELECTRICALSUPPLIES. ^' STEAM PUMPS.^HOISTING ENGINES.air COMPRESSORS.
AndKock nrills.
i FRASER ^ CHALMERS,
CHICAGO.
MININGMACHINERY.
L.C. TRENT, Director and General Western Manager,
SALTLAKE CITY, UTAH.HELENA, MONTANA.

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