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THEANACONDA STANDARD. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, xSjt,
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. rellTfrnltnr carrier or mall at ten dollars a^j car, three dollars a quarter or one^dohar a mouth. TH1 BTRNDRRD Mrernlydally newsnaper wltli telesTaph rtlv^latches In Deer Lodye ronntr. It prints^more telegraphic newi limn any oilier^saw spapsr in Moutana, Correspondencesnd Innlness letters should bs^addreated la THESTANDARD Cornerot Wain nnrt Third street!, Anaeoaia.^Montana. FRIDAY.N(lVEMHi:R 1m. Tlieyare belting in New Orleans^that the Louisiana Lottery company^will win its lieht. Oilier indications^are discoverable that that result, de^^plorable as it will b^^, will be brought^about. In the city of Xew Orleans^itself it is evident that the lottery will^have a heavy majority. IWflppMMMt^must look to the rural districts for^success. Should the lottery he snc-^cesstul in its effort to perpetuate^itself, it will bt s'.roiiRer, bolder, more^injurious to the country than before.^AVe do not believe that the laws of^congress to close the mails against the^romptiny's letter' and to close the^n-tvi papers against iis advertisements^have hurt its HMtMM fttf much. The^companv has received an enormous^amount of tree iitlvertiseinp, its agents^are thickly scattered everywl.ete, the^drawings still take place, and probably^the profits are jus^ its big. There is no^remedy Lu* ex1 in ation, and as things^look now in Louisiana I hat remedy^WU not be applied. Accurateinformation ps to wlint is^now going on In Jir.17.il is not obtaina^^ble, and it is epiite likely that ill ^ rest^of the world wont'know 111 ucu about^the real state of th ugs in the republic^until one sido or tliu other gives in.^How long thai Will Lie theie is no^means of telling. The struggle may^be prolonged for many a month, for^the reason that neither side appears to^be remarkably strong. Hn17.il * army,^when ^m a war footing, cons sts ot^only 2d,()(Xi men. It is generally ex^^pected that this force will be divided^between the ^SBBslBg parties. Mioukl^that happen, rMMMWtll have on iaud^less of an advantage ov^r the ^rebels^^than Italmnceda had over the Chilian^insurgents. Itra/.i's navy, however,^is said to be still adhering to the ^^ Mise^of the dictator. It :^ large enough to^do the coast cities of the revolutionists^great harm. It comprises about el.tiOO^officers and men, and includes a num^^ber of ironclads and other lighting^vessels of more or less fornndabler.ess.^The revolution is yet yottnir. and a por^^tion of the navy may-ece d - from the^dictator If things begin to go the revo^^lutionists' way. Thepatriotic sentiment contained^in Mr. 1'arnell's ^last woids^h is been^a theme lor 110 ei.d of lnvorable com^^ment on both sides of the Atlan'ic,^ar.d it is a pitv. if as is aileced, the^whole story is a fiction, like ^;..-nrg^3^Washington's fabled hatchet. A good^deal of t.oubt lias b-en cast upon the^dying speeches attributed to many^grea' BBS, 1'liysicians who have had^lo:ig experience at death-beds are in^^clined to believe that the proa* ma^^jority tit mch re|or's are liuiiihi.crs.^for dying people are seld un in a c n-^Uition to g.\e u'.teri.nte to nbs'rici^ideas s'rikiligiy lieih'.e and iBUnTBMlVt.^J!ut the ^last words^ attributed lol'.ir-^l.ell assuredly are not too gtatid or^nolle to have been uttered by the^Irish leader were he it) possession of^all h.s facilities aud con e ^its that he^way dying. II the last words oi I'ar-^nell were l;.k^--ei, so, it Mf appear^,^was the portrait extensively publish d^on this side of the water hi. that of his^wife. Kiltv O'^liea was pictured to us^m tall and eliv.nevy fair, with large,^lustrous, lan yuorio eyes at il ail that,^but the picture was stric'ly linsgiin,-^live. When an author.zed picture of^MM. 0'^hea was published, sin- was^found to he ol a rather dumpy hgure,^with iipp.veitly no particular grac o:^form or 1 li it tit of feature. It takes a^good whiie sometiniex. but in the end^jot-try and romance are often irowuid^to the w all by cold fac's. THfcYAKc R*D C*L Her.Mr. Huntington is a clergy-^man whose lile Is spent in self-dc^liv^^ing labors among the lowly |fj New^York city. He is a c ultured peiMe^man aud is the son of lit. Kev. liisho])^Huntington, ^ ne of the most distin^^guished bii-liops oi the Episcopal^church. YoungMr. Huntington's years ol^constant as-ociation with extnimiv^poor people have led him to the ac^^ceptance of some very radical v.iws^on questions relating to the Focal^crder. At a church congress held in^Washington on Wednesday he re^^marked, in the course ol an address,^that he is in no sense a socialist, hut^that he recoemzes among the people a^sentiment of discontent leading tow.^ard socialism. Hut Mr. Huntington^^aid that it is absurd to cluse the l.md-^gifl of Ood as private property. He^does not favor the division of land^under private ownership, he tells us that^he hates the landlord. It is nut easy^to indicate the line which separate's^this plan from one of the socialistic^dogmas. Mr.Huntington's words are a re^^minder of the theory which found a^conspicuous advocate in Rev. Or. Mc-^tilyun, not many months ago. He was^a Catholic priest, and when he was^called to account for the heresies he advocatedthe priest used rebellious^speech against superior authority.^The movement which captured Dr.^MrUlynn went speedily to its own dis^^solution and the current story is that^he s seeking to be restored to his^place in the church. Asa rule, men like Mr. Huntington^and Dr. McGlynn are honest enough in^advocating the radical theories to^which they become converts. Years^of association in benevolent work^among people whose hapless days art^spent in squalor undoubtedly attract^these men to plans which are imprac^^ticable snd to theories that are ab-^suid. They are honest men, but they^are mistaken. The Episcopal church^surely will not con nut Itself to the^ideas advocated by Mr. Huntington;^ti e Catholic church may icceive back^Dt. MtOlynn on formal renunciation^of his dogmas and after sue li penance^as the church may impose. Scarcelya week passes without a^fanners' convention in some part of^the country. Xot all of the farmeis'^organ zatie ns that are meeting these^days are related to the Farmer*' alli^^ance either organically or in sympathy.^At the annual session in Sedalia, Mo.,^the other day of the National Farmers'^congress, the president, In his address,^^thanked Cod that ba could live in a^country that could support a billion-^dollar congress,^ and also ^thanked^(led that we come here not as Farm^^ers' alliance men.^ The delegates were^HI, apparently, or an opttmistic turn,^finding that the world is using^them very pleasantly. Among their^first acts was the adoption of a resolu^^tion praising Secrotary Husk's admin^^istration of the department of agri^^culture. Other resoluiians favored the^election ot president and senators by^popular vote, the restriction of taxa^^tion to the wants of the government^economically administered, a liberal^system of internal improvements, free^delivery of mail to farmers, the extinc^^tion of trusts and so on. The Farm^^ers'all ance may die, but the farmers^will keep on organizing and taking an^active interest in the affairs of state.^It is a good sign. INSURANCERATES.^With the advent ol winter and the^tax-collector the present is a very good^time to recall the fact thai the insur^^ance rate's charged by companies doing^business 111 Anaconda are ex^rbitrtn.^and altogether unreasonable. I'rop-^criy owners in this city are not given^to complaiirs, they have demon^^strated that they can bear burdens that^must bo borne cheerfully and with^little murmuring. Hut like all other^business communities, pe^oplo here-^ubouts object to being imposed upon.^Without regard to its cost, this city^has been provided with a system cf^water works that finds no superior in^Montana or in any of the states that^touch her borders. Recent tests have^demonstrated its entire sufficiency.^A two-inch stream of water^can ba thrown over the pinna^^cle of the highest building in^this city. There is no question^atout Um sufficiency of tip- water sup^^ply to meet any emergency 111 ease of^lire. It cannot be said that the lire de^^partment in the city is not competent.^The lire apparatus is iu the hands of^men as willing, as a'ert. and as brave^as can be foucd in the heart of these^Kocky Mountains. The apparatus too^is of the most improved kind and is^always k.'pt in gooel condition for use.^livery appliance is at hand for the^work of extinguishing fires. More^perfect protection it would be hard to^provide. Hutall these civic precautions^against lire count little with the in^^surance companies that have agencies^in Anaconda. Home owners hero tire^charged about as high premium on in^^surance policies as they would be^charged if there were no protection^a', all against lire. Inde.'d the^cost of insuring buildings in^neighboring cities where there^is no water system, no lire department^a:;d no protection azainst fire, is not a^cent greater than the rates charged 111^th.a city. SwaB a condition of affairs^cm find 1:0 plausible explanation. Itin ay be that no remedy for this^city's business men in this matter is to^be rrce vrd at the hands of the I'acilic^Insurance union, which body Is said to^regul ite the rates in these pans. Hut^if fair treatment cannot be obtained^irom existing insurance companies,^how would it do for the citnens to try^the f armers' alliance plan of organiz^^ing a mutual insurance company^^MM operations would be confined to^this city or state ^r ^rm.' relief should^be d'-v s -d, in any e.isc, from the pres^^ent outrageous charges. INVENTORS*ND P RATES.^Mr. K Idi-on complains bitterly of^his mutators. He says he has never^made a cent out of his inventions, al^^though he admits having accumulated^a otii fort able fortunv out of manufac^^turing. The modus operandi by which^he and other inventors are cheated out^ol the rewards ot their genius, is thus^in substance d*s r.beel by the great^electricui' ; The inventor has a good^thing and the pira's s- s it. The^pirate orjraiiir.es a companv and gets^men with no better principles than Ins^own to put up the nece s ^ry money,^lh be-gins to niaiiulacture. The in^^ventor prosecutes turn, Lilt six years,^perhaps more, elapse before a fin si de^^cision can lie obtained from the I'nited^States supreme court. Hy this time^the ( irate has made a fur one and the^invent* r is liable to be bankrupt. If^the decision is against the pirate he is^(oaaifabt iriesponsible, and there^y^U are. Theonly remedy that Kel.Siii is able^to suggest is a law stopping the pirate^lrom manufacturing ^Mil he has^I roved his right to manufacture. Hut^it is obvious, that trie inventor al^o wouldhave to be stopped from manu^^facturing during the same period, for^the courts until the final determina^^tion of the case would not be in a^position to ray which was the pirate^and which the inventor. Until the^world is rid of all its mean men, we^don't see how many troubles and vexa^^tions of spirit, among them the in^^justice complained of by Mr. Edison,^can be altogether abolished. Inbis latest contribution to literature^Ward McAllister furnishes much valua^^ble information on what it oosta to live^in style. Ha says ha knows four mon in^America whose bills for dry goods, gro^^ceries and other living espensea foot up^(400,000 annually. Then there are ubout^U) men in the country who attbaiat on^from IICO.CX 0 to 1150,000 a year. But oven^this expenditure Mr. McAllister la in^^clined to regard aa rather lavish and^even extravagant. Ho doubts whether a^man who spends say from one to four^hundred thousand dollars in maintaining^his rst. b isliment la really any happier^than nnu compelled by circumstances to^keen his annual expenses down to fJa.ooj^or fPJ.MO. With a judicioua regard for the^principles of economy, the distinguished^exponent of four-hondredism believes it^is entirely possible for a mail to live^decently and even rom'ortab y on $3T^,000^it year and perchance have n few dollars^left over for extras. All of which is^reassuring to many of us whose sularics^just reach that figure. Dr.Keeley is being su-d for J 10.000^damages by a man who nays th ^ doctor^included his name in a list of drunkards^reform'd through the instrumentality of^his lu-chloride of gold cure, whercar, the^plaint IT asserts, he was never drunk in^his life. Ho seems willing enough to try^some Mich cure lor his wounded feelings,^hut prefcis tuking it straight without^any bi-cliloririe. 'Jhey say that the kodak was used in^Philadelphia at the recent election to take^snap shots at men suspecleel of being re^^peaters. It may sorv j a purpose in that^direction, but if the kodak fiend is to fig^^ure as a permanent factor in politics no^^body need bu surprised at an enormous^increase in the stay-at-home vote. W.irkitv:Ka-l u .ir'l. Fromthe Denver News Trainrobbing now arpears to be the^fashionable fad among the more daring^rla^s e f criminals, ami Is becoming more^fri quent than staco hold upa were in the^early days of California and the K icky^mountain country, t'nless a stop is put to^th'.'se reckless enterprises of h'ghwaymcn,^it may become necessary to turn express^cars into moving arsenals, with provision^for travelers for the depositing and safe^conduct of all valuables. Many of these^robberies are oceurr.ng enat of the Mis^^souri, and it would not bn a mutter of^SSJtaffeS if the effete residents of ^the^states,^ as they used to be termed,should^imitate the example of the ^wild and^woolly West,^ and institute a demand for^rope for tho uso of an occasional vigilance^committee. CommaW*.*ttwar^J.^From the l'ort'aticl teremnilan. Industriesare coming westward with^empire and are comiug to stay. Oregon^bus set a good ^ sample in consuming at^home part of her wool product. Montana^is now smelting silver-lead ores that she^would formerly have sent to Omaha.^tShe is also about to establish rcflnurics^in which copper will be made as pure as^in Baltimore, where matte has been sent^in large i|uantity hitherto. The manu^^facture of sheet copper and copper wire^will follow aa a matter of course. Ore^^gon is even better provided than^alontani^^with the natural resources needed in thu^economical treatment of ores. AWoiuau'it l^i*votiolit^Fiont Hie Helena In^Ic|^enilcnt. Wardenloin Mcf ugue of tho peniten^^tiary, tells us that Henry Clark, who will^Stpeasl the winter at the ^ltoyal George^^inn of Deer Lodge, lately received a letter^from his erstwhile bandit partner, Miss^Helen Forsluuc', alias Charlio Miller. The^letter was realty touching in ita expres^^sions of symrathy und lovwfor thn pris^^oner. Miss Forsluud wrote that she was^once more at home with her parents and^that she would devote all her energies^and save evcr^' dollar for the purpose of^securing his release at the earliest possi^^ble moment. In view of the fact that he^is serving a forty-year sentence she will^have no lack of time in this work of love.^It is safe to say that she will work for the^money iu place of ^holding up^ lor it, if^her exiienenre in Helena waa a lesson^for the future. She possesses the double^distinction ot the first highway lady and^the luckiest woman that ever dropped^within the jurisdiction of Montana law. BOIESON THf TARIFF. Good 1892 Kx-liovtMiiorCornell ot New York says, speak-^ksgeM M kiuley, ^No man whose name n-idus^mtli Ms can es*M he lueslilent of the I'lnP d^Mates^ Is this another Hurehard^^Sail Lal.e^Hrrolil% iU hi. l*reIdrnt llairlson It said to be havlnc a pur^tieul.ir.y hard lime Just now with oftlce seeker..^No aotilit the faithful see that unless tin ^ get a^ciio en some ^ nice during the next Is mom In^Ih'ir rhaners of e\er dolnc so w.ll v.tnlsh into^thin air.^Staf lr Tthyraiih.il m. There is a presidential bee in Flower's bonnet^so soon aad It's as big as a humming bin).^^hetxM it increase In si/e and tie: victim's hea l^swell IB pioporimn tin-re will le an MBstSk*)^In ioniestates inn that will scatter brains ana^things Sll over York Mate .^St. Pnul Msastr^iYe -^. rays Thenext si'ssion of centres* may develop^soO^ man win se i^riirnincnc^ inav entitle him to^eonsiderailou at III-* hands of the next denn^cratir national convention, but unless somctli ns:^of tine! kind takes place there ^ill be but one^graud centrsl llyitre whom all will vie with eseli^otln i in houoi ing, an I that tlfiire will be drover^Olevi'iuni I'lrr, line/ film Ih ilrr, ditii. Hie'fore. coe- no* believe Hint 1 h'veland ein^be eleele l If renominated, but the stufl. d^profile! s we aknest do^s not lie Iu the dl (chon^^elated out by Mr. I'olk, and no cne knows i;^be la r than the alliance pie s den' himself. As^the nemmeeor the d MeMst* parlv, Mr. CltVS*^laud would e-arry a solid Houth und there wou'd^be uo opposition fiobi the alliance. The alllsiuf^Is not Bow a fac'.oi In polliles.-.n'.i't LtBSi T'iih'-m,^rep. TheBSSy reasonable ilrdintl'n ftom lliese^fai's Is that to e ro.na^e e.iunot tie cousal-rcd a^party ^\ lestion, i.n i that unless It is such It SSSs^not l^^- an i-sne m a pn slde':llal i l-e-llon. Issu-s^are framed, of eulirse, by III - national eonven-^Mess, ai d we d ' not see from the jueseut out-^RMst,acts!tafclssx sate consideration Mm recent^slert'oas, how t-Uher sarty ess uke s d o d-d^stand on tlie ipe stlon. Jheie are free colni e^dene rrats vnt free i-olnsro repuhlli-ans. Just as Here iir ^ slit'tmage men In each party. Kochconventi nwl.illnd itself ecnf onled riy^Hie sjtne dint 'idly, ami the only thing ihat can^lie 4filie will l^ lo let the silver question aiont. -^San F'um'isco i /nuntr r, r^p. thtSitwallOM is Understood^Bye te McKlaleyisna.^^The time has come when men who do^not re ap the benefits of our protective^tariff laws are bound to investigate their^effect upon those who bear the burdens^they impose. The atudy of the cornfields in^Iowa has but Just bagu n. When it is^ended, the fa rmcrs of this state will be^able to make an intelligent comparison^of the effect of oar protective tariff sys^^tem upon their own and other industries^ot the country. They will have learned^why it is that their own magn iflcent Iowa,^the best state for agricultural pur poet-sin^the union, aud tilled by aa an industrious,^econotn cal and intelligent work^^men as can be found in any part of the^world, it plaatered over with land mort^^gages, representing nearly $300,000,000 of^indebtedness of their own, and they will^then be ready to unitedly demand what^is Justly their due. With them in a like^demand will be Joined the voices of^workmen of every other claaa who arc^compelled to acll their labor in competi^^tion with that of the whole world,^whether employed in protected or unpro^^tected industries, and rurebnse the nec^^essaries of life in the protected market^alone of this country. Let us be patient.^^When the situation is understood tbe^manual laborers of this country will up^^root IBS system of legal n ^el plunder that^Is fast dividing our psoplo into classes^that should never exist in n government^whose laws may bo framed by a common people.'' M,re Infnrinailou Needed.^Prom Hie Missoula e'.aisette. '1ae state supreme court of Washington^bas revc r.e-d a lower court judgment on^tbe ground that during the hearing of^evidence tbe Judge read a newspaper and^ate cindy. The eff ending Judge is a man^by the name of Sachs, who presides over^the superior court of Jefferson county.^Judge Sachs is not unknown, but tlu ac^^tion of tho slate supreme court will give^him a further boost up tho hill^of fame. In the opinion banded down^by Judge Scott it is not stated what kind^of candy Judge Sachs ate or whether the^pnpirwasa democratic or a republican^ahcei. If il were good home -made mo-^la -.es candy the judge should not le; too^severely condemned, but if it can bo^proved that be ate striped pepperment^stick or gum drops there are reasonable^grounds for impeachment. If be were^reading the classic editorials of the I'ott-^lntrtlitftnc*r h a offense is pardonable, but^he should certainly bo cleg owned if it^ran bo shown that he was reading the^^Slickena^ column of the.Spokane Spokti mia. ON THE S^IDb.^^Take a drink. Chappie,'' said one^youth to another; ^it will make another^man of you.'' I'lltwy it,^ was the reply, ^when I go^and pwopose to that girl who has been^refusing me for the last tbreo mouths.^^^ Washington flsBrV. Th i|Uestiou when Kind's going out isnot ^Am 1 very laic'.'^^lint n more Important one to he-ar;^^I is this, ^is my list ou snai-dil'.' -.Ye ic l'url. frees.^Winkle^Miss Teaser is taking a course iuwood carving.^Node!^What's her idea^^Winkle^I understand that she intends^opening a boarding bouse. ^feci PippsHavo you seen about this won^^derful invention that makes it rain when^^ever you want it JaggersYes, but it don't amount to^anything.^Pipps^Doesn't amount to anything!^Jaggers^No; it can't make it rain any^^thing but water.^Hotton Courier,^Here is a simple ipn sliou I Souietliuts su clown ami |^oncter o'er;^If I ve's 11 rst kt-s is sweetest, why^Arc love r's alway s asking more M'ns/ioic/'oa Nhir.^Tolling^Shakespeare thougut it uo harmto kill a dude. Diinling-Didn'the No;he said: 'All's well that ends^swell.^'^Smith, liray ^ ( o '^ Monthly. Classin m^ tbology. ProfessorNow, Master Flint, will you^please tell us what you know about the^nine muses MasterV.- All I know about'era is that^they wouldn't h^- in it with either of the^Bostor nines.^/fosfein Courier.^Cold weather now creep* cm apace.^Ami eiu-h one shivers ntlly-willy;^Put UBBS Sum thinks he'il not brace^Upon the hot eauce a la (MM, -/'hffcnfifpfi'ei/Vis*.^^That engagement between you and^Miss Karrimel isn't talked of so inucn us^it used to be,^ said oue young man to^another.^^No.^^^^Broke^ Yes;I went first and the engagement^followed.^^ Toronto Km/iire. KNOWN THt^WOHLD OVER. BishopBrooks is a fast talker. He^preaches bis sermons at the rate of 312^words a minute. Lottabelieves that ^it is never too late^to mend.^ Khc is reported to bo engaged^to Douglas Shirley of Louisville. CongressmanMills says that stumping^is harder work than campaigning in the^civil war. PresidentHarriaon's fiitber-ln-law. J.^W. Scott, Is on bis wuy back from Port^Townscnd, Wash. H ^ says that ho likes^to live at tbe white house better than^where he has BSSBa Most everybody will^agree with him o i that point. MinisterWilliam Walter Phelps has^been so successful in having 0.erm;in re -^strictions latSB ^ IT the importation of^bacon and corn bread that Plnl olelpiii.nis^are said already to bo agitutiugcoucorted^action on the part of Minist -r Charles^Emory Smith with a view of getlinr^scrapple into St. Petersburg- THE~PcUAGOJu-' WOOING. ThepedaRouue among Ids puoils had aiii lis* n f*'r^He loved her; who w. old not: He r eyes were^sofi. Andnulled to his with sail y gin-ice fell oft;^mm when Ills t.rvsoine I. tm put her. ui^Her pretty lips wire a I Phi prompt lo p. cit:^ne i. n-.^d lo kiss tliciii-lcnc BM iiiadu him^in ad^^mit did i ot dare Onemorn he met her en the way lo sehoal 'jhehour was hue;^ijut wait he wiuld not, could not. Thus he^^igBsdi ^Sweetm.ilel. I prithee, be my beauteous^bride; Alreadyi ast thou marked, nor need I tell^'llvst I have Intel Hi'*'' ions'and pa sm^ well;^Nor lime nor ; hsence can my jms^ion eooi;^l,ei's eonJuy.de 1' All!^with arch modesty rep i^ il the fair, MTBSJWesuH be tine:^pip 'tis iniees.ib.e. for, as then knnw'st,^small ^lc ek i f leal mux can I lis i upit Is a-t,^Tlie llrst declension now alivebs ni^ C'otigut;^The si-rti I BSM v.^ at .ill b-eii I iugl.1.^1 cannot conjugate, a 1 I may dare-^Is lo UfCiine ' -TabicTalk. LoseeSt Maxwell 110 Main Street, Havejust received an elegant line^of the Newest btyles in LadiesMisses Childrens Wraps, CONSISTINGOF Capes,Jackets,^Fur Trimmed^Coats, and Misses'and^Children's^Long Coats. WEINVITE INSPECTION I LOSEESt MHXWELL. 110 Main Street. T 'HEMONTANA, A.NACONDA.MON TAN^A. Openedtlutr ..i*^o, taopeued Utt. i, ISM Pi mi ruer^1t^e r)*ni**em*st sreet wins*; e'eersnt *^- rotitedhntpis in ih* t'nlted rt.-ites. ThevesjiMv^firepioof. snd provided with elevators, electrlo^bells, fire alarms, runolnc wate r, baths, steam^l.eat, open l.ra places nud all modern eonven-^I' nee-s. K^K^m^ en suite and single. Ceusuu^and service} suielly first-class, stale, from $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, Accordingto n/e and eharar'jer of rooms^occupied. C.W. LOOMIS. Prop. TheOnly Beeonl rtass Hotel In Wsilica. TheCrazy Horse Hotel 4KAsX CKDAlt RMs lintes,SI . CO to SI S') IVr Day. loaidand Lodging: Weekly, SG.SO to ^9. Mis's '.'5 tts. aud L'pwanis. KverrthinE Kaw.^CALL UND SEB US. FLERAIOHA WE^SIER, Proprietors. 11ii. I KKBATOX, Man AUK1VI Frst riass Treatment tliiarimleetd.^WALLACE. + ^ IDAHO TbeMissoula Hotel. OKUOK TUB VERY BEST HOTELS IX TUB^MJltTUWtSL Tlietnlldtns is new. fire proof, tieated with^eant, usliteti with e'ectrlelty, ana provUeJ^lib all moetern lnipravrmviiis, aULNNSllV*^ aUlOUtLU Proprietors,^alnuoula. Moat. ClehryHouse. e! am i I-:. MOXT. Keat,Newly Furnished and C ommodloui^lie. ins. Only Wi lli lie f 1 m;iIoyed. GoodTable und Well Ventilated lt-tutu Uoom. J.E. CLEAHY, 1 roprletor. NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helens,^Butts City, Boxeman, Livings,^toe, Billings. Miles City^and Glendive aad^all Points ehst hnd iilZEST. 31ier is DOtUliw oetter Uiaa th* THEDINING CAR LINE. TlironsbPullman trieerln^ Cars and Piirnlstiil^Tourist tUeepers Ually lleiweru Potnta m MONTANA THE EAST. 120IDes tbe Shortest Lias ti^ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. PacificCoast trains passing tdrou-a M-eui^si in, .North Dakota, Montana, ldalio, t.n-x ^^ami Washington carry eompleHa equipment or^Pullman Palace Sleeplnc Cars, Plrst und Sec^^ond Class Coaebes, Pullman louiist aim Pros^Colonist aieeuerv and L.^.ii3t iiu.iu^ cart. THROUGHTICK6TS Aresold at all coupon efllces of tlie N'oiiheri^l axlfic raiiioad to points NortU, Kasi, houll^sod W fcSl in Um Unaed bi.d t and Cauadss -TIMEWillIIH arriveat HOTB No.101, BmbBSB express^:V^p. in. No.lift, ^ Pony e spreesI d p. la. No.MS, Prom the west otaily)SaB p. St. Misoid. an i Helena rvpie.si. :t i p. in. URPARTui^m iu ITK. No.L Paelflr mail ^.'il'i a B. No,ICici, 11- /^ iiian espiessi.-esi p. iu. No.l lo. ^Pony express7 a'ei a. in. Missoulaand Helena express7:0On. in. Morid^^', \\ eilnesiluy sad 1-ridav. pci/.entanevpuss arrives m.d leav-s from^^oi .fi.in I'seiie depot. No. 4. e-nst lioeuid, ar^^rives and i. av. s from Montana I'uioii depot, has^t'.rouiiti sleeper for si. Paul and C hicago. No.^3 deiiirts from Montana Union cle|sit ai vii OVp.^in., lias iiiiouuli-le^ p-r fer Taeaataaad Port^^land. No- l and4 carry local m id ForKates, Maps, lime laidr* or b|iecisi In*^formal ion apply u^ any aged, Northern Pactlk)^raiiioad. CIIAKI.hS S. FEE.^Pssteaser ami I icket A. en',^si. I'aul. Minn.^WM. il ilH\.^^;eneral Agent,^M Fast Broaaway. Hutte.'MunU rREATNORTHERN R'Y LINE^Montana Central Hallway.^Ureal Northern Railway. EasternHallway of Minnesota.^Wlilmar ^ Mioux PaUs Usilwar.^DuiuUi. WaurrtownsiPacidc lull way. HYNeS'HOT8L, PitiLii'spiRO, Moier, Evirytliiim sssaforUies and homelike, and^n ^-^^. .li e raise, eioo lub e-, clean weii v ie^mau d rooms. RYBJBJ, Ipoer Itro.tdway,l'lo:i|i-lu:re, Mout. 7WTKRTINSt FOX, rtiuuti ^ FineCirars, Tobacco snd Ccnfeeuoncry. wboleaaleand Ketau Dealer in^^-CCKL OIL. AGreat Through System Theoeiiy line rnnnlnsa mairnincently equlppwl^train composed of Sleepers, i num.- Car, Day^Cosrlies and Free Colonists' Hlee-per from bulla^lei be Paul and Minoeauous wuiioui uuuuul Conncsctlonjfor Chicago an 1 ALLEASTERN POINTS MadeIn Union Depot it temunals Cnttlfurther nouos trauis wui depart ^rsia^Eulte as lollowsi Nas.Atlantto Express, istin, for Helens,^til eat Palis, SU Paid, Minneapolis aud Uawarii 1onus. No.2. Helena Express, DitOp. m.^For loiormaiion iss to sleeping osc reservattoa,^ticke ts and BBS tallies apply ui Kil. LA.Mil.KV. rf. K DAWBOX.^Ceu- .TWU A^U M.vlily. tieu. Aeeiit^BuU* Gen.Pass, sne'l i'ktl AA^I e.i.Nui. K^ .. -^u i'.^iL Employesof tb3 Aaacoadi Compiny. Allnn n in the employ of li ^ Anaconda com-^pas .. ssthBT m watts or AssweMBe#a, mil^ a cure^i ne,'and not more than two. i.k. i'ixl'.^0 feet in^the c ei.ual Addition ui Pczeman. M^ u; . hy re-^nt it nit nie rli etu-li f t them ou or before^1, lS'l. Warranty deed. .1.vv isir-i Pevemau,Mont. LUlMfcuBittliii Works, WALLACE,IDAHO. J.HW Zivrn r.L, - - - - Proprietor. Afp-ntfer .los Sctilit^ Brew in't e'o.'s cvle. luatedBjiwaa as Mer.^SIIDA, SAltSAPAUlLI.\. I'iUKIt. I Te'.^We II Ulille I'ulon t^snls tVeins., v. 11IE SMITHDRUG CO.^Rt moved to ilSMain Street.