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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER U, il*.
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY^THE YEAR. IN Deliveredbr earner or mill at Ma dollars a^I ear, three 4ollan a nnsner or one^^ mooUL THBBTRNDKBD Jithecalydsl'y newspaper with tstecrapli H^-^latches la Dear Lodge County. It print*^^sera telegraphic new. than ur other^newspaper in erratpoodrnce^n4business letters should ba^sddiesied to THESTANDARD ofMain and Third streets. Anaconda,^Moutaan, WEDNESDAY.O HilH.lt 31. MM. Ifthe newspapers have been receiv^^ing reliable information there is much^Illegal killing of game In Montana this^falL We have it tlia' several elk have^been captured in this state this season^In contravention of the state statutes^regarding such matters, but no Intima^^tion has reached the Stamiakh that^any effort has been put forward look^^ing to the prosecution of tin law^breakers. It is a fact now pre iy gen^^erally conceded by those interested in^the subject that the game laws of Mon^^tana as they stuud lire nonu too strin^^gent. But what between luxity In the^laws and indifference about their en^^forcement the scant gumeihat remains^in Montana has but little ciiunce to es^^cape complete extinction within a^short time. Thereported compromise in the Hop^^kins will case is authoritatively denied^and the two sides are about to go at it^again. Each side claims to have madu^no advance in the direction of compro^^mise, and,is such a culmination is not^to the interests of the lawyers, there is^no apparent likelihood of a settlement^out of court. No the public may ex^^pect many more columns of evidence on^the life and habits of Widow Hopkins,^on the manner of wooing adopted by^Old Man Searles on the kinds of drinks^preferred by young Timothy Hopkins^and the quantity thereof he was ac^^customed to get aw.iy with in a given^period of time; and on many other^points with reference to their private^affairs which are now shrouded in^obscurity, and of which but for the^fortunate resumption of the trial the^world would always have remained in^ignorance to the gie tt detriment of Its^peace of mind. Governorl'riiice insists that New^Mexico is entitled to statehood and no^two ways about it. As a niat'er of^right aud justice nobody will seriously^undertake to dispute the governor. As^is perfectly notorious, the only obstacle^that intervenes Let ween the territory^and statehood is the republican ma^^jority in the I'm it ed States senate,^which majority is afraid of New Mex^^ico's political complexion. In Tlew of^Its pr.nciples and policy, in view of the^precedent it established in the case of^Montana, it is a little singular that the^republican majority in the senate^should be deterred by considerations of^fear. The republican party certainly^it dishonest and depraved enough to^undertake to steal two more I'nited^States senators, but it teems to luck^the nerve. lVrnais when the senate^reassembles the republican majority^will brace up and determine to run the^risk. Thedispatches continue to bring^news of terrllic storms on the Atlantic.^In extent of area covered hs well as in^point of violence and duration these^storms seem to have been hurricanes^of the lir*t magnitude. Along the^coast of Kngland and Ireland, and^even in the interior, enormous damage^has boon done by wind and flood and^much suffering has been entailed. Hut^a significant and gratifying feature in^connection with these recent couvul^^torn of nature Is the absence of any^thing like a general disaster at sea. A^storm of this kind a century or even^fifty years ago would have strewn the^shore with wrecks. One or two vet^tela, it is true, aro reported lost and^the big steameri have come into port^more or less wrenched and crippled,^but on the whole, when the violence^and extent of the storm are taken into^consideration, the damage has been in^considerable. There can be no doubt^that is due lo naval architecture of^higher order. WISEMEN OF THE EAST^At this era of widespread doubt and^^kepticism resecting Montana's ruby^and sapphire fields, it is relrriluinz and^relnspiring to find so good, learned aud^powerful a friend us tho llrooklyu^Kagh still holding fast to the ortlio^dox faith and rlurapioniug tin cms*^of onr gems with Unit sea', Intelligence^and energy that lnvcemtblrd the Eay'f^not infrequently to soar until it is sun^ply out ot sight. In reply to a portion of^an associated press dispa'ch asserting^that ^the alleged rub.pi to be found In^Montana, as reported, are aqua ma^rines and of no value.^ the /-V//. says^that the man who alleges that doesn't^know his business very well. For the^benefit of those whoso education^in precious stones has been neg^^lected, the Brooklyn newspaper^points out that jrtabkM ara a variety of^corundum, ranging in color from pink^to blood red, and are always found in^^mall crystiils or pebbles. Aqua marine^it a pa.e blue variety of beryl, which is^found in crystals that range in all^from a panel! lead to the stump of a^beach tree. In color, hardnrsi. bright^nets, cleavage, crystallization, specific^gravity and chemical composition the^minerals are different. Moreover, aquamarines hare value, and in Colo^^rado It pays to dig tuem out on Monie^Antera, away above snow line. ThoBrooklyn authority la convinced,^moreover, that where sapphires are^there or iu the immediate vicinity are^rubles also, not the aqua marine but^the real, unadulterated article. And^as fhera is no doubt of the genuineness^of sapphire find ^ In Montana, ruby^finds may safely be predicated. ^Thera^are plenty of indications,^ remarks the^Baglr, ^that the gem production of^America, already aggregating many^thousands of dollar* a year, will be^come important whan the prospectors,^who are now looking for gold and sil^^ver, turn their attention to precious^stones.^ All of which is recommended^to the miners of Montana for their^rts;ectful cons deration. NEARlNQTHE tND.^The third ol November is near at^hand, yet, stripping tha discussion of all^partsunship and prejudice, it seems to^be rather morcdillicult than usual, ac^^count being taken of the prox mity of^election day, to predict results with^any degree of certainty and afsuranee.^Confident predictions are to be had in^abundanee, but they are not of a char^^acter to rommend themselves to a cool-^headed, d stnterestcd man. Ho far as^bets are any indication, the gamblers^of New York city ate of the opinion^that Fiuwer standi much the best^cuance of winning m New York and^that Campbell stands noarly an even^chance of winning in Ohio. Ingeneral tlie popular impression^outside of the states interested siemi^to be that McKir.eywillwininO.no^mid Flower in Now York, anil that^Iowa attd Massachusetts will be ex^^ceedingly close. S i far us the merits^of the conipaigns are concerned, there^is really very little change from last^fall; but a repetition of IMM's heavy^democratic majorities cat n it rrsain-^ibly be expected fur thereisui that^the stakes, present and prospective, are^far bigger, and as a consequence tho^republican leaders are far less apa^^thetic. To win back Iowa and Massa^^chusetts Ifcjff are making most desper^^ate efforts, to say nothing of their^herculean exertions in behalf of^McKinley. T he lighting during these^last two weeks is going to be very hot^aui flercj i nn interesting. ABiTTER PuAN.^Melbourne's rain-making scheme has^materialized in the form of a 9100,000^company, which proposes to supply^rain at the lowest market price to the^farmers of Kansas at times and in^quantities to suit, (.ranted that it is^able to deliver to deliver the geods, the^difllcur.ics in the way of the perfect^operation of such a company, so far, at^least, nt^ its stockholders are concerned,^seem to be Insiiixruble. An agricul^^turist whoss acres lie between two^farms the owneis of which have sub^^scribed for ruin, may, it lie :s tint kind^of a fellow, refuse to siil.scribs himself^and yet get all the benefit of his neigh^^bors'enterprise. O lier ind divers ways^of trouble suggest themselves. I'ponthe same theory that municipal^ownership of water, sewers and tho^like is tor preferable to private owner^^ship, it is apparent that tho business of^ram making above all things should be^taken out of the domain of private^enterprise and made a function of the^state or county government, the cost^thereof being defrayed by ttxation. If,^as it possible, the rain-producing de^^partment at tunes became a hot-led^of bribery aud corruption, the people^could seek renrest at the polls and a^reform administration would soon put^iliiugs to rights. A private company^is sure to make a mess of it. ablein gold alone t Was it honest for^these republican law makers to cripple^one of the great indut riet of America^in order that the bondholders in Wall^street might become richer^ Was it^right to largely add to the debts of the^sasei In order that the bondholders^might be benefited* Will Mr. Blaine^or Mr. McKinley tell us wherein is the^dishonesty should the dsmoiracy re^^store sliver to its lejitimite place as^one of the money metals of the world ^^Silver was on a parity with gold and^had been ever since confederation until^it was struck down by the republican^congress of \H~'i. Have the farmers of^Major MrKmlsy's constituency become^any more prosperous becaii'e of the^course of John Sherman and his politi^^cal satelite* clg.iteon years ago* LH^Mr. Blaiiie't friends In Montana^answer. Tha THEEND OF rHEWORLD. otDefying Thecharges i referred by the New^York Hi raid ugainst the census^bureau are put iu such a shape that^congress cannot very well avoid an in^^vestigation even if it ahould so desire.^The worthlessness of many of the^retultt of the census bureau are notor^^ious, but this worthlessness has gener^^ally been regarded as due to stupidity^and incompetence, the worst offenses^deemed possible of Superintendent^Porter. According to the allegations^of the //' ml if, the bureau has been^managed with reckless extravagance,^and the cost will be two or three times,^that ef the cms us taken by 11 mi.^Francis K. Walk r. The census of 1SS0,^complete, cost only *4.000,(0 ^. Mr.^1'orter hat already nearly cxliaus'ed^his first appropriation of ijMl.siH.ooo,^and is to ask for 92,000,000 or ^3,0.0,-^000 more, but lie won't get It. BlAiNEAND S.LVER^Secretsry lllaine wrote to Colonel^Conger, a political friend iu Ohio,^at follows: ^The election of Me-^Kinley means a policy of protec^^tion and honest money. The^election of Cmipbcll means free trade^and the corruption of the currency.^^As all the worid knows, McKinley tire^republican candidate leg governor in^Ohio is running upon a platform that^opposes and denounces the free coin^^age of silv^r: and the democratic can^^didate is making the tight fairly for^the fiee coinage of the white metal.^Away out here in Montana we have^been taught by republican newspapers^and republican orators that Mr. M.a lu^^ll a friend of silver, that the republican^party Is the fr.end of tilver and that^the only dangerous enemy of 'Irs gr^at^American product i^ tie democratic^party honied by Urover Cleveland.^The tight now raging in Ohio aid the^remarks of Mr. Hlame, the acknowl^^edged republican leader, upon the rub-^ject of silver do not, however, conform^to the war cry of the repubhca'is here^^abouts. Butwhat does Mr. lllaine mean by^^lionett money*' Hoes he refer to tho^act of John Sherman when that great^republican leader in 1^73 demonetized^sliver and con verted contracts for pay^^ment in either coin into contracts pay I'laoetII M ^ Wajr^Ihe Prophets. Promthe f lilcacJ Tribune. Iuthv present ease the fixing of the^^lime^ erema to have no better warrant^than the clntm that A. D. 1899 is the^^Year of Jehovah.^ This remarkable^conclusion haa been arrived at by the uti-^phil^ soph cat process of taking tho flf^^ures 5, li, 5 and 10, which aro the numeri^^cal values attached to the four letters that^make tja the Hebrew name Y-th V-eh,^milling Hie unit of the 10 to the laal 5, and^then arranging tha result to read^Aa tho Jewish reckoning placee tho cre^^ation or the world at 3701 B. ('., tbelr^tUGO will coincide with our 1CU9. Tbia^ia rimmed to receive further confirm^^ation lrom tbo fact that D99 will^bo the year of the November show^^ers, and a certain number of these^showers ia alleged to have recurred in^regular order ever since the sun and^moon atood atffl at tha command of^Joshua at li tielioron, en which occasion^the enemies of Israel were emitten with^atonea falling from heaven. It mattora^not to the claim that both in the old and^revlseJ vrrsiona these miasilea aro called^^haiiotones.^ Also the drawing of itho^conclusion is not aupposod to b ^ affected^by the insignificant circumstance that tho^meteor swariu which givea us the Novem^^ber ahowera seems not lo have entered^the solar system until tho second century^of iho Christian era instead of some 3,353^years ago. Tho wiaeaeroa who figure out^an event of such trcraeiidc iu import aa^tho end of tho world cannot bo expected^te^ notice such trill -a aa these. Itis barely 10 years alnca lliejfailure of^Iho laat previoua ' prediction, which at^^tained considerable circulation. Piastt^Smith read out from his measures of tne^great pyramid that tha world would come^to an end in 1881, and Mother Sbipton'a^prophecies were hunted up to supiiorl it.^Then the fact that several of tbo planets^w ulil he at thoir perihelia, or least dia-^tancea from the aim, in the early eighties^were dragged in to confirm thj valloina-^Hon. Kreryhody knows it was all bosh,^and one might tniak alter such an agree^^able diiuppointinent it would bo too soon^for tha springing up of a fresh crop of^uinnies. But ^the fools are uot all dead^yet.^ t'olonwlIngrrftell lift ^ t .importer,^from the Sew York Morning Advertiser. Everybodyknow* now ousy Get. ^Hob^^lug -rsoll io, but everybody docs not know^that, no matter how busy he may be, ha^haa always a moment or *n to spare to^give adv.ee to Iho young. Quite a num^^ber of letters coma to him every week^soliciting knowledge oa almost every^subject. Yeaterday one ot these letters^came to li.tn when he was head and heels^in work, ll he.-au: ^Dr.Att Sir: lam^broken-hearted,^^'' Colonel ^Bob'^hadn't limo to read more, but he made^time ta return a prompt reply. He^wrote: 11T IH sit Hov : In a month from now^you will feel only half broken-hearted. Ia^six months you won't feel broken-hearted^at all, and in a year you will probably l^ ^^engaged to some other girl. !!^^^ the lleitlug Rum.^From the New \utSun. Thereare curtain enthusiastic re^publicans whe b lieve that Pass it has i^fighting chance, and th'so aro the men^who are turning in the gold, but \h ^ odds^of tbe professional men remained f loo to^170 on Flower, with variants of $1,000 to^(SOX) Soma betting waa done at tho^Moffniau house yesterday. Tom Patten^bet Jake Hess $2,000 even that Campbell^would have 10.003 majority over Me-^Kinloy in Ohio, and two beta ot $1,030 to^$t)0u were made an Fiower. wayfor iheeooitag of billionaires la tilts essia-^ry, hut e^opii- vill rati him up short la Hires^w.sks.- i Kansas City Hates, data. h h 44 Aeiseof dV-ehdag she veiy elect wet whin^oni i hands lucceedrd ia staking Major^McKulcv heltevo tbey wars niaruf cturing g^a-^aa Uu piate.- [Blimiaeham Age-Herald. ee$^ ee ItMr. Vi Klnley eta eeoviBee tha Ohioaat^that He- foreisuers pay Aiutr-caa sax bills he^will swn-p Hie state.-[Louisville Courter-Jour-^uai, dels. aaee e Mr.Fssset orations matinue la evince Ids^psnlon for hrlhlaat coloring. He Is I ka the^laraerwh-i i aiateu hia cows and pigs a rival^scarlet.-Ilirookiyn Eagle, deal. PLUCKEDFROM ^PUCK. Barbrrsare too fond of conversa^^tion. No.Yau wrong them. What tbey^like is soliUquy. You'll And if you at^^tempt to do nny of the talking, moat bar-^here will drop lather in your mouth. te*4-t^AUTt as.^A strange, unwoniivl ^a Inrsi Inthr ' sparrow co| I^ we mark,^]^; seen the pretty i urs.-s^\\ ,1 euase to haunt the park.^^^^^^* Mr.Laoian^W by do you alwaya qnar-^tlon patients so closely about what tbey^eat^ Does the information you get help^you to OiagnosH their caacs Dr.Km li^Oh, no! But by doing so I^am i n jb ed to guess what their station^la life is, and how much fee I can proba^^bly get nut of them. ^*^^ Mr.Hoopoo^1 wondah sometimes.^Miss Gamo, why I am so poor, doncher^know, while so many fcllawa are vawy^wall off. aliusGamn^I think it must be because^ao many people nmuse themselves at^your expense. Mr. Hoopoo. +++^^^V hen a preaeh.r li gli Iu station^bases fallli In iiisinra'loii.^Ai d isthrr doubts Iliut devils dwell In pigs;^lii the way iii ^ fusths fear mm.^Anil th ' p.-opl- (l ^ k t i hear linn.^Mall remind vou rtff much of Dr. Brings.^****** JackThey have a uow wrinkle down^town^s barbershop where you have your^hat ironed while you ate being shaved.^Hurry^What ia tbo idea of that ^^Jack^In kicking about tbe hat yeu for^^get re kick abcut the sbavil^****** Mr.I'rban^Your farm looks splendid;^I never saw any fields so free from weeds. UncleHomestead^Yes; we had a lot of^ciiy hoardcra laat summer, and tbe wim-^min folks picked i very bit of golden rod^an' all the etber darn stuff off of them.^******^Ah! science hat advanced, until 1he chargo tor elertrlc light^lias knocked the haughty, old gas bill^I cui|i.f lei) nut of s gilt. **** Choirleader^Acb! that was terrible.^Miss Screeches-! You Uuf lost de tune;^you are vay oud! MissScreeeher^That'a all right, pro.^feasor; I only went out to get the air.^****** JackNow I must hunt tor my trousers. TernDon't! Y'ou might bag them. SkiMe ttrr.m* a Dt ueocrat.^Goverasr Camphcll of Ohio. Yearsago 1 waa engaged to a demo^^cratic girl. 1 waa a republican then.^After four years 1 married her, and by^that time I was a mugwumn. What baa^happened to me since as to political faith^you are w. 11 aware. M'KINLe-Y AND FASdETT. Peopleare tv jdnniug iu:*^ their ash streets^and tills, as well as other i bines, paint lo a lively^isilinc.il cami^algn.-Illreokiyu Mauaard-tiiloa.^****** forcampaign nrsuments, ihe statement thai^Mi Kns-e i nils his same in HWStSSMtsaad that^Mr. Flower k^s a coal of arm'- about otlu t each^other.^iWatenown Tuns', r'i^. toee es Mr.Kassett ciettnueeie iImk the HttrettJ^$ke slate by t In- tan his in.nine.-which threat^ens itsngi-i to Hie t o ist's oatnlal ariN-nilage, Hut dietun is ass tee veto! tart at tee ttttar, we aa ilrrs'.stid.-INrw Yp k Advcrlber, dent tote et MiKinletlsm In a Si'iiteine-T^xlng Sesttt^heavily to- lay tor alleged n w Industries that^w,ll ilsan oiiiv with ^Ihe lo-monow tha' nave^comes.' - [Boston tilobe, c.ein. teee te Therill/en whose wages hsve hern rilted I y^Ihe Mckinley MM StJtStMwtUt a'oi cr n^ ^^|il^,^ti at Mr. Mi KlBiev may five Ihe gtsM n-'W^lee Ohio voters., -Louisville tourier-di'iiiiiaL^drm. tete at McKinleysat ft at uiltor.ited an in.'reast^tnrifl on t-n In order Hut wsges in r.h' W^ la^MtttttV unit Hoseinnr Csimpleli wantfS^ i.ooi fhi- SilViftM ed a tl'Vltasetl pr i e ^ll l.,yr f,tr thes. rae rev-on. Inese .'em era's ate lot^drurrdH ItSftteMrVt -AM.! M Br aid, art]^** ** ** A*goes Date, so gacR the union,^ nays Major^Mi Kuil y. Hint w is uot inn In l-Tn i or in ism^oar of He se d i\^ we wi I heir repi hle ui ors^Igtttg if'-reiisb ^n-U'log. ^A^ g.es Y^iititai^so attt the un.ou.^ Tiic.tsihNrnr-, leni.^** ** ** ItIs asld that w hen Ma^^r McKinley tries I^prove to his aiuhcore Hi it the MeKlulc] lull i^really a free lis e measure the t xp cts.oa^Id i fac.^ is ^ ^ solemn ttial StM |xt^|i * U not sea^Ihe Juke i Ns-ht .Ite American, item. tete et Theconsensu* of op t i si Is th it M- K uirv^a political J .'tin the liap ist who it bis. at ttat OFVARIOUS DEGREE. Mrs.T. N Egery of Bangor is aaid to^be the richest woman in Maine. The^H ^r Harbor 7'ourtar rates her at $st OOu.ttOO. HenryL'arey Baird af Philadelphia has^presented a fine portrait of Gen. C. F.^Smith, fam liarly known as ^Baddy,^ to^the United ^rates Military academy. Therehaa been a complete breach be^^tween the eatf and bis oily ^friend,^^l'rince Nicholas of Montenegro, and to^this eircumsturie ^ may b^ attributed Iho^elaborate fuss which the Russian court^lately raised about the young king of^8ervia. Theking and queen of Denmark will^probably como te England toward tbe^end of November tcr a stay ot three^Works, during which period they will be^the guests of ibe quoen n*. Windsor Castle ndot ih 1 l'rince and Priuceat of Wales^at Mariboroujh Hiuso and at Sand'^ringbam. Tho^ sir of Hu'sia says I ha I rather than^not ace Ilia pet scheme, tho Tran-Siber-^ian railroad completed iu threo rears^from lack of funds, he would advance tho^needed mouey^$17,500,000^out of bit pri^^vate purse. He can do it; he haa, it it^aaid. $50,000,000 alwaya in bank in ready^money. AfterSarah Bernhardt left Sydiny^there was a great rush for her aparimeuta^by Ibe ridiculoue persons who wanted to^secure relict. They were gratified, at no^end of stuff waa lound. Among other^things nrre any number of tracts aent by^clergymen, one of which was entitled,^^How ibe Actress Was Saved,^ aud an^^other, ^The Story of J^ s bsl. THEWHIisTLINC BOY. Losee^ Maxwell 110 Main Street. DRYGOODS, Bootsand Shoes,^GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. WESELL HENDERSON'S CELEBRATED RedSchool House Shoes (or Children. Burt^ Mears' Fine Shoes for Men and Curtis ^^Wheeler's Complete Line ot Shoes for Ladies.^Every pair warranted. Call and see us. 110 Main Street. LOSEESt WHXWELL rpHEMONTANA, AKACOXDA.MONTANA^Opened July i.tssa Atopcaed Oct. i. Itn ^y;*'S^i DeerMhe handsonieet ft nil most e'ennt at rnlntedhetets m th^ fritted States. ThoroachlT^f reproof, snd provided with elevators, eleetrlo^beds, lire alarms, runalnv water, baths, strum^beat, open trs places ami all modern eoaren-^Knees, ltoomt en mite and slstle. Cuisine^snd semes sinctiy Srsuciass. Kates from $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS. Accordingte slue and character et rooms^occupied, C.W. LOOM IS Prop. IheOnly Heron I Class Hotel in Wallace. TheCrazy Horse Hotel ^EASTCEDAK SillLEl'1 ratis,li to to tl.50 I'er Day. Hoardand Ledcius i Weakly, So. 50 to ^^. Meals29 Cts. and Upwards. Kverythlnu Mew. CXLLXND SEB US. PERlilOltWEBSTER, Proprietors. (En.Pkkbatok, Ma.vagek )^First Class Treslment Cuarnuteed. WXLLXCB. 1DHHO TheMissoula Hotel. O'erthe pavement rentes the school boy, lint ai m-ker, i In r^i mithiown,^arrai^s ii ancient tunes he whistles. Ittle rstrhesoi Inn nsru;^for is it not vacaitiiii nine, Ihe greatest of tl cwkns, Whenlie wanders like an Arab In the go'drn sjBtrtjtttJtT Whistle,shlftlir. hov his treble through tha viuieilhustle ^ esv^ s.^Drowning out thr nol.y rhatter of the sparrow. inihi'' aves;^Whistle, whistle, what a Joyanee aa ft echo, ^ up IBSstreet. 1hsve BtSM In sll my Journe\ Ings no music half^^o -wvet; Forhe whistles n ^n ihe ihiulows thai tie Jeakiiii.\ fin^. nave rust.^Aud in waiktflnt nil the prekent he has whistle 1^up the past. 1linve heard Ih* bla-kblrd. whlitllnt on a swiiynwmap'e Ihiu -Ii,^And have In ar.l tne M,.wuirn whittle at they walkL.-iiinil Use p ^f;^I have In ai d the mournful meadow lark, whose Us le I* a w il', .^And e^n I know uie ^hi,tle el Ihe brown and' itonnvijusll:^Vet a ne 11 tn.-ftc mny enter In the rlty'sirr.my wall. Whereine crash of wheels ,s constant and the ve.li tf smoke apinls.^But Itie tiiil ng of the ftcliooiboy seems to bring IhfinI u k io me.^And I ftec llieold rid sehocl-1 ouse by s gnailvd wiiil-ehwrvtree;^For his wiiWilliig Itut ot happlners uumUed wuiieast ssii^y.^And I mark .m^ d hit shrl.ilng. lilts 1 whistled sheaa lw). BonnvDooa'' and ^Aatiie Utirle,' ' Yaokre 1 wile . era* to li.wn.^^^S.iUor'n IL^rnp.|ie.^- Old l^in 1 ncker,^ ^Monef Musk' auu ^t'nmperd wn ^^Whv. I .ei m t^ smell tne clover and the baas- wikki1'UJd lies nrislit.^There s a wel.-.^e^p in Hie atttatMt atd sn rchai d In tlie i ight.^And Hie |^.iik-^hltrRi^|.iei^lotM^mftm^d this mrs- sairefiom eseh Ik.iiicIi i^^stJtkttl is ever toi the ismmer: school Is erer, overn^'w. \\lil^ le. sraitUf, tliev are ivmlni:. all my happv Ihltlli^ftl d its, Wiibt e uniiid of runiilnt waters, and ti c e-.nduu wooiiedwsyi:^Whistle, ^ln^tl . now he ceasrs-and you sun- hlislls an.tier gleam^Tunis i s i.-rav sml old as sinter^t.od have inrret,tn a dream. -Th' Jnd^/^^id^!iL OilOF THE VERY BEST HOI ELS IK THI hOKXHWKoi. ThebuUdlnt U new. fire proof, heated with^steam, lighted with electricity, sou prorloeU^with all modern Improvements. AXISWED r * MilCUELL. Proprietors. MIt. Tula ClehryHouse. OEAKITE,MONT. Vrat,Newly Furnished and Commodious^Eooms. Only Wi lie Htip iraployed. CeodTablt sad Well Vrniiia'ed Dlalag Room. J.F. CLEARY, Proprietor. thehoffman h0usb, BOWBXli DuMHIOAX. - - ^ - l^roprltton FirstClass Arenmmodatlor .. EverythingNew tad Cleaa,^MtaJt SJc. Lodging from tjc Up. WhiteHelp Only Emp'oyed.^Orpotttt Depot,flUI pftburg. stoat. THEPACIFIC HOTEL WALLAra,lHAHO. Kttestl.SO snd t.' per d.ty. ^smp'.e Room for lommrrcud Men.^The bent appolatrd and oi s: r-iriiAtcd hotel In^Korlbrrn Msha Mrs.K. II K.i.i sit. Prop.^Oprosite Union PaclAe Dn^ol Anacondaliyery stable 1. O. BROWNKLL, t'noru'EToa. BUGGIES.SADDLES AndBoitts for Hire. Alsorroprletor of Psssencer. IiszTSge an 1^a 1 press line, tennpctlen ma is^with all train. Officesod stable. First h ire:, Anaroada. THE SMITHDRUG CO.^Removed to 118Main Street. NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butte City, BoitmsA. LiTinga-^tor, Billings, Miles City^snd Glendlvo and^all Points ERST HND WEST. Thenit Bothtne better uea tat^service ea THEDINING CAR LINE. ThroughPullman Sleeping Cars and Furnished^Tourist Weepers Dally betwsea Points at MONTANA THE EAST. 120Miles tholhirUlt Ull t)^ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AID CHICAGO. PacificCoast trains passing lb ranch Minna^sola. North Dakota, Montana. Idaho, Oregon^bp^i Washington carry complete equipment of^Pullman Palate alneplng Cars. First tad rtee-^aod Wast Coachea. ru. maa tourist ana Free^tulcnisi aieeuers. and Klseanf Dlalng Cars. THROUGHTICK6TS Artsold at an coupon offices of the Northern^Pacffie railroad te points North. East, Bouia^tndwett ia ihe Una wl states tad Panada, -TIMEBCHEDOU- ABBIVBAT^No. 107^lloienian express... No.lUB^l'eny express No.^^AtltaUc mall. Not^ From Uie west Missoulaand Ileleaa^egi Ka.I^Pacific mall No.4-Ptclie Mall, through train. Ne.^^ Atlantic mail No.ICS^Uocentan express pret tale p. m. tilt p. iu. sitap. at ioa'u. m. .....UlttB,u. DEra bt rios MrrrnJ ,J .l Sa. m.^. -':15a. m.^. 4:17 p. m.^.10 oup. m. No.lie^ PonycgpretAT iss-m. MisMMdaand Helena express7 :M a n^. Eraemanexpress arrives and leaves irom^Northern Pacific depot. Not. S and 4, west and^rnst,kound. arrive at and leav* from Montana^Union depot Nos. 1 and Scarry local mall. ForKales. Ma pa, Tune Tables or special in.^frrma ion apply w any agent. Northern VwaMa nhl0t(LCHARLES 8. FEE. andTicket Agent,^W. rauL Mine. WM.TLoilV.^Uenesal Agent. .Moot tlEast Broadway, Butte, GREATNORTHERN R Y LINE^Montana Central Ban war.^Great Ne ^^Eastern 1^WUhnar UrrstNorthern Hallway. Kallwsy of Mlnaaeota, viuroarA Hious Falls Kallwar.^Duluth. Watcrtosra at PsaAa ItaQway. AGreat Through System Theonly ana runnings magnM eaieuy ffffA rachcTantTrft^ Colonasu-NlerperVom BuAe^teat, Psul and Minneapolis without rlnant connecttonstar Chicago ant ALLEASTERN POINTS Madeu Union Depot at terminals. Untilfarther noUos trslas win oepart tram^Butte aslounwt: Ka.4. Atlantic Express, 7 M a. m. for Helena,^Great Falls, ot. Paul. Mlnneapoli. tad Kmart ^no!*!.Helena Express^tito a m. Forinlormauon as lo sleeping eatBHta, -tcaetstad tune tablet apply to J-.DAWBOXvlBt I F /'WHITNEY,^Gen. Paaa and TkL AgL^I ULNor. Ky..U(. Pass. B.H, LA.NIiLKY.^Gen^agLMTliBT. IteorporatidCoder ihe Uu if IntUL State S^Yilgs Bank BUTTE.MONTANA. Iciithwest Cornsr Main and Pa-k streets. PAIDIN CAPITAL, ^ $100,000 5Far Cent Interest Paid am Savings^Deposits nod Comooundei^Itemi- Annually. RECEIVESDEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECi li.tcouuUConiTistvvtal i*a ^ -*rs and Loeia*^oa Keal 1 r...i **, DrawsForeip. Domestic Exchan^o Otnttlioirrs-Kiom lo * in tolp.rn.rnd on^-11:11: ^ i ..y evening, rrom 7 p. at. tos p. at. P.a. lam.^^ ..Presdent l.H P^l.MlfKVice Freslleat T..M.HOUi^^.N^^*- nntcrnns. P.A. Isrcer.tins. II. Palmer, i.c.. W Wn'pl' toa, h. V. Kemper,^T. M. Hud i ns,A. H. hai ret. oeof.UvelL^. F. Hoeth, E.XX Uivrtt. KHRTINSt FOX, FistCigars, Tobacco ud Conftctionfry. 4^ Kbeieealstad 1 etac Dealer ax *COXL OIL. |