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THEANACONDA STANDARD. MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23. Hit theanaconda standard. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. Itllvrredb^ carrier or null at ten dollars a^jaw, inree dollar* a nastier or on^fiul.nr a mouth. TUBSTHNDHHD .'M eoaly dally nesrspaper with teleersp't die^latches In Deer I-od.e County. It |^rtnu^n.oic telegraphic news than any oilier^M*^ruper in Montana. (orrttpondeaceand business 'rt.ert should be^add! es^cd to THESTANDARD lornerof Main r,nrt Third streets, An.ienndt,^Vent ana. MONDAY.NOVr.MBKII M, IM. MrFasse'.t is quoted us saying in^Ibe New York Wmtti ^As the situa-^lion stands to-dav mr. Cleveland has^unquestionably got the better of Mr.^Hill in the s'ntRjle for democratic^leadership. \\ hen Mr. Cleveland made^his speech a*. Cooper union it changed^10,000 votes. Mr. Ci'velau d did more^to defeat me than any other one man.^^Mr. Fassett undoubtedly is nearer^right than when he foolishly attributed^bis defeat to Tammany boodle. Thegood people of Helena it Reeirts^there are good people even in Helena^^are concerned because the wicked and^ungodly wait to keep the theaters of^the temporary capital open on Sunday^nights. Any manifestation of Puri^^tanism in Helena is at once a surprise^and a delight. It is about the last^place on earth DM wouldexpect to lind^anything of the kind. There is evi^^dence that the respectable, law-abid^^ing, God-fearing element over there,^though small, is increasing in size and^developing strength and influence. The^triumph of righteousness in Helena is^cause for rejoicing throughout Chris^^tendom. Whatever views a man may^entertain upen the Sunday question in^general, it will afford him pleasure to^observe such a movement in such a^place. There is every reason to believe^that this movement is an intelligent^and consistent one, and that the clos^^ing of the Helena opera house will be^followed by the suspension of oitera^^tions in the Helena cracker factory on^the Sabbath day as well. Thenational republican committee^will make a grave mistake it it sh ill^give the national convention to New^York city. Many reasons, both po^^litical and sentimental, are discovera^^ble why the choice of New York would^be untortuiiate. The only considera^^tion that can be adduced in favor of^the plac is that it will give the dele^^gates an opportunity to visit the^metropolis and see its sights. If the^enjoyment ot the delcgatts rather than^the success of the parly next year Is to^be taken into account tlio national^committee will perhaps act coniniend-^abiy in selecting New York, although^there is just as good whisky in San^Francisco and T.icoma as anywhere,^since Is-Vitho two great parties have^held a total of eighteen conventions,^only one of which went to New York^Tliat was the democratic convention^that nominated Horatio Seymour in^Im'.v Chicago has hud six of the^eighteen conventions, nominating four^winner^, Lincoln, CarlicM, C.rveland^and Harrison, the losers being Mc-^OHM and lilaine. The national com^^mittee will begin i's deliberations to^^day and the western niciiiUr.t, we^think, will resist New York's pull to^the last. WHOWiLL Bt POPt^Yesterday the Standviid's news^columns told us that all personages^who recently have had interviews with^the pope assert that he frequently com^^plains of declining health and strength,^and speaks of death as not being far^distant, in view ot 1 lie extreme age of^the reigning poutiIV such news will not^cause much surprise, though it un^^doubtedly will awaken ngret. l.to^Nil I. inns' lie considered, in the light^of history, as one ot the most liberal^and enlightened of all who have m^^cupiel the chair of |t, l'eter. In all^lands he has seen his spiritual power^increase. His utterance* upon the^great social problems ^ I Mi time have^worked lor justice and the upbuild^^ing of humanity, lie has been in all^things pre-eminently democratic. Theextreme Mja and the probability^of the early demise of Leo brines up^the question of Ins successor. Tuero^are many who profess to read in the^signs of the tunes evidences that the^next supreme head of the liouiaii^Catholic church will be chosen lrnin^the ranks ot the lew foreign cardinals.^In point of ni'Tit there is MfMs] s no^man more worthy of the dignity th in^Cardinal Kibliona of Baltimore. His^piety, his learning and Ins open s^ m^pathy with the struggling misses^would make bis appointment popular^in every land. There i-. however, as we^view it, little probability ot his elec^^tion to the pontifical seat. TheVatican's BfM wi'h the tem^^poral government ol I'a'y wih over^^shadow all o.ln r considerations wlie.i^the hour comes to clnose the next oc^^cupant of St. I'eter's chair. si^,(l|(|^the elTort prevail to hold tin; Mttl c m^c ave ol cardinals outside tip, Ktertial^City, the Catholics of America^might, indeed, find cause to ImMj^tint' liibbons would lie called.^Nothing, liowevei, is more mil kel*^to happen. Leo has been unable to^reconcile himself to the late that^robbed him of his temporal crow n. For^twenty years the pope has been little^niort man a pftMMf in the Vatican. Andyet, without the capital at Rums^i he Catholic church could uot hope to^wage the incessant s'rugge for the^restoration of the temporal rower of thepope; and it cannot be denied that^that is the fondest dream of Catholic^Europe. For more than one hundred^years the bravest of the Italian people^have been fighting for freedom and an^united Italy. Now that the dream of^(iaribaldi and favour has been real^^ized there is little possibility of moving^hack the hands ol'time. From an un^^prejudiced analysis of the powers now^at work there reems to Americans lit^^tle probability that the pope will ever^be re-invested with temporal power.^Italy certainly does not wish K and^there is no other nation that possesses^either the pow er or inclination to make^it uu accomplished fact. The Catho^^lics of America are less anxious to'cek^a temporal kingdom f^ r the pope than^aie the Catholics of any other nation.^The leavening of democratic tench,tigs^hns re idered the American Catholic^indifferent as to IM lersonality of tfcf,^temporal king of Italy. The interest^felt in the pope by the dtholic of this^country is largely of a sp.ritual^nature. Thedesire for progressive and^radical m*asures appears to have^turned the eyes of somI of the most^zealous of the supporters of the Vati^^can westward. The government of^America being rccogniz d as the most^advanced system ot modern time', it is^plausible to infer tint churchmen^living under its beiiilicent and MMCtjT-^giving sway have had m ire opporluu I^ties to develop a spirit of healthtiil^progress than those 111 o'her nations,^(iihbons in the poiitilicial seat would^prove a boon to Catholicism through^^out the wnr.d. Hut coul 1 (iihbons le^expected to continue the light i^gainst^the government of King ^ IliitnU rt ^^Would it not be likely th.it the Ameri^^can would ceasa the struggle, for a^throne and turn his undivided atten^^tion lo the work of spreading the^faith | That is the question to whicii^the army of Italian cardinals can only^lind ono answer. POPULARITYOF BRUTALITY. Thoincreasing |opularity of tie^game of loot ball is one of the features^of I he day. The caslcrn newspapers^are devoting columns to the subject,^paying quite ns much attention to it^day niter day as lo barehall and to rac^^ing in their sei.son. The growth ol^foot ball literature keeps pace with the^spread of the game its*If. Five years^ago the number of collegis addicted to^the sport did not exceed half IMM^Nowadays uot only has every college^its eleven in active training, but edu^^cational institutions of every de;r^e^down to the school house in the woods^are getting interested in foot ball and^arranging contests with neighboring^teams. Thereare many line points to the^game, it calls into play s rength ai d^skill and courage, it affords alnust tui-^Itaiitei opportunists for s ratagem^and cleverness. Hut to the average^spectator all these line points are com^^pletely Iobi. Intin sting ns the game^may lie to the players, the spectators^see nothing but a tough mention of^heads, legs and arm-', all nit re, or less^battered and battering. Sometimes^the ball is kicked a few Icet in the air^ai.il at the s ght of it '.he nou-pro-^fer-aionitl spectator feels n momentary^thrill of p'easure. lit- lla'.ters himself^that the preliminaries are over and the^game has begun at last. His imagina^^tion has made a very pretty picture of^it^the bull FMMMJ aloft in the^heavens, describing large and magnifi^^cent curves, and defending to^the ground only to take a fresh^start in an opposite direc^^tion, binng | lopel'ud by a sturdy^boot with a suddenness and vigor^that mak^ everybody's blood tingle^with delight. Therial thing quickly d spells these^illusions The beholder discovers that^lh^re is very Utile in foot ball as MMnV^tilicaily executed for an onlooker to en^^joy, ( xcept brute fore*^'rained and^developed, but brute force for all that.^Most people, even the rel'med, have^enough of the brute left in them to en^^joy exhibitions of brute lorce; so that^the foot ball public is larje and^eminently respectable. Lad it s aid^children ami others w ho would on no^considerations be seen ai a prize light^may attend a college foot b:^,l ma eh^with perlect piopiiety^lor of such are^the caprices of fashion. An effort is^s i.dto be making toelimiuate the s'ug-^g.ug feature from loot ball, but nec^^essarily it will be difficult to eliminate^it, and should it be eliminated much of^| the peculiar churni of the game would^be lost. Thefoot hall season will culminate^this week Thanksgiving day by un^^written law bin been specially set^aside, it not purposely created, for it ^^and the total output of broken noses,^at in'', legs, ribs and h ads will prob^^ably be much the Urges! in the his'ory^of the c.iuntry. Hut by all means let^tlioso who like it, go it. Congressis to be urged lo compel^the raihoads to adopt a coupler so con^^structed as to render accidents impos^^sible. Tne annual reports of the mler-^sta'e commerce commission show an^MM4KMJ number of d. a'lis and in^^juries resulting from this cause. In its^last report the commission s'ated that^ol K^4^KII freight cars but i^\ tii'.t have^automatic couplers. The Htfl of s v-^eral kinds of couplers in the same^train increases ibe danger to trainmen.^I'ractical railroad men say that it the^heavy Iron piece which projects from^the end of the car, and to which the^coupler is attach-d, were only a few^inches longer, men would not be^cruslud between the cars as tl.ey now^are. 'flure woulJ be space in which^they could ktand between the cars and besafe wheu two cars bump together-^If congress hns power to take any ac^^tion in the premises, it cannot tako^hold of the matter any too soon. loonthe authority of the C.etdand^Plain I'filter the country U informed that^it is indebted lo the late DonPiait for the^term ^erank,^ aa applied to unbalanced^individuals. Mr. Piatt also enriched the^United Sates lansuige with many an^^other term and phrase. ^Twisting the^British lion's tail^ originated with h in.^aa did nlso ^The cavo of the winda^ as^applied to the national houae of repre^^sentatives. Another well known offspring^of hit pes) is ^Wunamnkered,^ a term of^recent invention, expressive of the dis^^charge of goveriimunt eniployea on |ic-^litieal grounds. Hut it is in fixing nick^^names upon public men that Colonel^Piatt's wit in Huh lino has hecn the most^apt. 'J lie late William I). Kelley of^I'ei ii'ylvnniu owes half lis fame to the^pntl i of ^old pa iron.^ ^The corn-fed^Cato ^ f Kansas^ is a term tho general^mc of which began to wane only on the^forced ictircment of Senator Ingalla^from p itihe life. ^The organ i d ignoi-^sjbsm of thu country,^ meaning tha^di niecracy, and tho ^organ.i d greed,^^oiln iiv.se known as the republican party,^are phrases also wide y quoted, while^^legal s-il robbery'' will lie a popular^term so long us the protective tariff is^tolerated. THE LANGUAGfc OF THE FACE. Anli e Unit Which liiw la Show Julian^He wthoriio May lis ltlgut. Inun the New Vtnk Sun. Siltingopposite to me in an elevated^train the other day there wrro two deaf^mutes, a stalwart, stylish young man and^a handsome young woman, engaged in^conversation. With skill, grace and vi^^vacity tho 11 igers and features of the^mute pair MM brot glit into play in ihe^dialogue Now, it looked to me an if ihcy^were holding M argument; then it looked^as he were giving an account of some-^limit.'; at one time their farm were^radiant white communicating wiih^each other through ailem ina-^neavers; at auoih'T tiino a^thouuhttul mood appeared in the counte^^nance, or again a resolute spirit, or yo t^again some other mental condition. Perhapsall my inferences as to the^nature ot their sign language w^ r.- errone^^ous, I ut 1 stand ready to wager a uicklc^ilutt some of them were riglr, as tbey^were founded on analogy. It is Julian IIiwthoriie who maintains that tho time^ik coining w hen mankind will cease toin-^dulge in vocal speech, which according^to Ins opinion, is a very inadiqiiite ex^^ponent nf thought, and a poor hub^titute^fur the subtler methods of expression to^w hich mutes ore accustomed. ITIS ALL TALK. linmisy will Not linro to ^; ^ Far In^Wiiilik* Kiiftfavors, li-o'inthe New York Advertiser. Germany,with her great army, is in no^condition to go to war with any lost-class^poa-er, least of all Willi Kilssia. If she^advanced in that direction, she would lind^l'i anco pressing severely ill her rear, and^po-siblv Au^:i :a would ^pitch in^ and help^10 humble Germany. It is natural enough^for army ollieers wh \ in the dull times of^peace, have but little to de, except to^lounge in barracka and drink and play^cards, to vary the monotony by ^talking^war.^ liut it is ^all talk.^ If GarauOfiy^really wants to go to war, alio must pick^out some power that she can whip, and^in tho whipping of wh.ch she will no be^interfered with. Thewar story is much weakened by the^declaration thut limperor William, in an^^ticipation of war, has made arrangements^f^ r aims and military stores with New-^York MM ^^through the r fforts of a^United S.ales federal cffleerl' Tins is^posnble. i ut hardly probaole. There have^MM Illinois that some of the ^officials^^were interested ill nitrates down in Chin,^but thero is no i valence as yet that^they MM gone in o tho gun contract^business. ArtN MMSI Munav.^From H e Philadelphia Times. Americansuro supposed to h.tvo more^respect for money than for anything sisfl^m the world, and yet they show scant^consideration for ita appearance. Our^bank and treasury bills, while admirable^as specimens ot engraving and printing,^are perfectly commonplaco and stupid 111^des gn, and as (for our gold and silver^coinage it is simply a disgruco from every^artistic point o! view. The new issun of^small silvt r uppeurs from thu dcfoiipin n^.uuI picture* given to b^ no advances on^what we now asMMSi When theGodde-s^ol Liberty ami American eagle get on a^sliver dollar they lose their breeding and^lo become subJued to the worst uses to^which that dollar can be put. bIGNb OF THE StASON. Thanksi ^ i .ml. Jenkins in ml rata Ills -eiah^ MM H WSMj runner .tones out Imi.e out pause* Wmi a gallon of molasses; Mn Johnson's HsSsWfi ne'er irrow less I111 Wl i' appreciate* III*^ llless; laWidow la nn out i hanks are due^^llet SUpjMf* Sl^ excelled Bf few;^We III.oh six dinner* Of Ihe si|USSll^Sent in hy i; od nit facte Je*|;^i lie | a s m Mi nei^ pt SW .hanks^i or lltto u nil s onsr^ blanks-^No b -iter u M we hope 10 know 1'iaisc^iod beta wesss a i mssMn Hew! -.41/ in'd t wNatifsxi n.^ML'K 'e-M. ART IN IRviN ROBBING Iffiner.nail w.mts ths repnhhun MtlSMl^c. mctition she must g ve a liond Hut the jjas^siipoi^ nil! not f ill. .Vi W r^M I'd ^ (hiea.o is mil so iniiNMtuiiale as usiul. hut^Minn. iitHilis. with Ihe aid of St. Psul, is inskltig^a vnorons . tfort lo MM the SMMMMsV '(^^-^KM J. iii imiI. Sinl ianelM'o is weikinj for i^ot)i natianal^i oi.m ntn iis ni xt ytar. Ii l^ sjmsk^ Is lie^eoni|^cUi i: w Hi i lie I,ly of Mexico as I In- n;^other p ac - of i qu.il liUMUViUieucJ.^ M. I.mis^K.piiMic. TherepiiMlean national e. mnnlt -e siioutd^MM 'nil th tt lliere sli' iilrt heimt ad in- to^T'.inuiiat*^ hv I hm uu lite n 1: h i1 asMiileatlag^eativeotlM ta New Vers f .ly.^11 ui|/'^ 'Vir^^ss int. N'.w York mill i both of the nail list pi.si- ii't t al e niven i Mis. MS Wanted l. e STurM's^f;ri. I nt did* l gat It. H*r yoa-i^er in. Is are^M at ^ MStttts when it cotnes toittublen; lor^U.e MM sTi at MM 'i Mk fIdesg i MS Hi- earih now, whv MMfM ^' I BV^M^t upon a ^he fs .ee. she lis* her kaads full^Willi the wi rld's mil and the deient thing under lasen. saMaasat i^ for ast la get m or ( ma^^in * ^av fi i li e re| ub.kou idittsusl eouvi ntieu. i'iii i/el lit 111a |o in al I oh I ^f ^ S a Hie aMMastal 1*^th ^ place of ail place* lor the iin.i.'ii..l ^^atlierli g^i \ tiie i-. I'lit'lienn part). Ib-r Mtraaapers at**^uoti.nl^ n on na'hut ititeinational in laatl r.r^eitlatlon and titfliteiiee, and iMaaMaMtl ones^air. iiinicr iheir new |tol s|.alStMfi sh. il t rIM^Sjktstata fit SSSS and I lull.ess of ihe r Mj oils of^to llica't giitheiiufs Irrcsjei live of par) New^\.^tk is the place No a - an lit worth e msdci-^M 'an a* argsa uganisl It.- -^'^K' Y^ii. Rc i-Mar. DnnaaassaryVlslssss Urprrealed by Mcaa- br* nt Ibe Profession.^Frcm the I'hlladelphU linpa.rer. ThereBM various methods of stopping^th* train; but the simplest, quietest, most^merciful and, on the whole, preferable^one is to bang out a re I lantern. This^avoids the labor incid^nt to ditching the^train, takea leas time and does not en^^danger Ibo lives of tne pastengers. A^train robber must cam nothing for hu^^man life ; but it la atill scarcely profes^^sional to take it without cccaeion, and^besides if one happens to lie urresied, as^will occur sometimes, it is better to bo^^sent up^ for a fow years for robbery^than to lie banged for murder. When^train robbing becomes a fine art, unin s^^easary violence in conducting it will b.-^deprecuted by ih ^ profession. Bycareful planning beforehand and a^systematic arrangement of work, it is es^^timated that a train can be stopped, the^express car broken open and the safes^transferred to a wagon by six men in^from -V to :n minutes; during which time,^if the schedule Ims been properly atudied,^there need bo little danger of interrup^^tion by other trams. A slight disarrange^^ment sf the locomotive will insure its^further detention for an hour or more,^and in the meant.mo tne band can escape^with tledr booly to u rendezvous previovsly^arranged^after winch then is nothing to^be done but loopen the safes, divide their^contents and keep out of prison. The^last is a contingency that mud be faced,^but il never Ueterrod bank burglars, and^train robbers will be eq inlly ready to^take the risk. In this way train robbing^can he made a line art, and the indica^^tions ure that unless something is done^to nip lM growing industry in the bud it^will-oon develop into something of the^kind. THAYSHOTS. FirstKid^I've got a brother in Har^^vard. SecondKid^Thot's nuthin'; I've got a^brother in heaven, -lim lard Lampoon. Henrietta(who hns been sitting on tho^sofa with Algernon)^You might shut the^wimow . Algernon. I; would bu better if^il Wi re warmer here. AlgernonYes, and closer, too^don't^you think mT iTMMs*J Lam/toon. .MaidIf you please, Miss Wabash of^Chicago nas just called. Mi-sAihoma Hubbs (if Boston)^Take^the parrot cut of the room, Auastasia,^In fore you show her up. 1 do not wish^tho bird to acquire any provincial ex^^pressions. ^CucA*. Xo,Bobby,^ said his mother, ^one^piece of pic is quite enough for you. It'stunny,^ responded Bobby, with an^injured air. ^You say you arc anxious^for mo lo learn to cat properly, and yet^yon won't giro me a chance to practice. -R^mMmMi ssMafMa HugoI'm going to bring my wifj^an und to call on you t^j-:iight. Wiiherby'I hut's right, hut do me a^favor, old man. Djn'tlet her wear her^new sealskin cloak. I don't want my wife^to see it Met now. Hir.golifriml))^Why. that's what we^are coining for.^Clank 11 MM KdilorYou say that mb Mai perfectly^cupabio of luuning the editorial depart^^ment of this paper YaleGradual*. ^ Yes, sir. EI.tor^Well, sit ri.dituown in my chair^and write a column giv.ng the reasons^tor ill^ recent republican defeat, und you^can laivo Mf position for good.^VMM^MaMfs VcM V 'lis mi I to Hunk that autumn's grace, foldwinter's BsHM must leel,^Th a skatmu rinks will lake ihe place^Ol the MMM I1'! ll'tisJiinpfoii Star.^Mndtb x (waking from a napj^ 1 must^have been sound asleep. BMMMl who had MM annoyed by^MaihU x's nic rice,i -Ysu were. 1 heard^the sound ^//ury er's MMM^When Mr. MMMSj In* throat^To rumble in Ihe t-h ur eote Andde MMMM t lies he,.at, MpelthotindIhe worship^! rs sit sal^As tho' 'twere MM enthralling. Kiltwhen, a parent, lie did try^lo paVMMM a hi I thy,^1 he II 1st 'ex qtmcr* Unit lie shed^Old Jar the baoy out of hed^And set I nn eaterivaiillitir lb^tit Cu'tri't:^^This geyser,^ said the guide in tho^Yellow stone region, ^is called the I'olit -^cal G.yeer.^^^Ah,^ replied the tourist. ^And why^ '^^Because it throws mud.^^I'vck. PRUMINcNT OH HhCULIAR. Mrs.Poiiltuey liigelow has a million in^her own right, but slio writes stories and^takes pay for them, just the same. Princ.1George, second son of the Prime^of Wales, is ill with suter.c f. v r, but his^physician says he is in nodunger. Scalchiand Patti don't speak nowa^^days. Sralcla t veil goes so far as to say^she wou'l sing on Ihe same stage as^Patti. Hon.Dick Oglesby of Illinois says he^baa had enough of politics. Three times^MMMM of a state ought to satisfy any^^body. Kv. Hosci Wife has hecn preaching^against vice in Illinois fer 50 years, and^be is still a Vigorous opponent of ins^satauic majesty. Wilhird,ihe i.etor, pronounces his^name with the accent on both syllables.^Since be is coining MMM '^r ''is man^^ager, no one ol j -els. KobcrtH^ e, j-, of printing press fame,^has a penchant for old and curious en^^gravings, lie lias already collected J509,-^OGO worth. Ml be can afford it. Someof ihe American ladies could well^follow |M aaaMpla set by Last* Arthur^Kussoll. Ml^ lias built i.nJ donated^swimming bulls to the v.llage in burrcy,^tngluud, where she r.-sule*. SONUSIN SEA; ON. Ayouth out la fat Stan)' ^ique^\\,o e fast ^': a hind la In r jit r-pie Tat if s iii in tne BMW i AndI he valkin - was gssa lied as in me loi bl* raaakMlvlMtnerqM^I onfci rs UsvtrM, Theleave* upon th - or.1 aches, II II.ues STS \ny h ^,^Ami leos ^ msiile h s.^^^ I. h.iok Aiesally Usai ^ray. lo ^. Ifc-fif/rgfn.'tStar. Mp'asked him if he'd ho'd ^i in ^ Mirn; lielan awnj in ha.t .^But e.iine uses quick ^ when hs MB^1'i' iis Wsails sratUM tier waist. -I ilift AVHrtr. TheMMrM Measei | t swakea^In iris e^.d seas mi la rail p Sret i liesnakes h s ^| Inul* leg*, and makes^A tpiatlt r ot a SsUfl an l o i Kt* f i rs jiitiriiuf. Losee^ Maxwell 110 Main Street, Havejust received an elegant line^of the Newest styles^ in Ladies' Misses'^* Childrens Wraps, CONSISTINGOF Capes,Jackets.^Fur Trimmed^Coats, and Misses'and^Children's^Long Coats. WEINVITE INSPECTION! 3tMHXWELL. 110 Main Street. JHE MONTANA* AJSACONDA,MONTANA.^Opened Juiy i.Ism Aauovucd Oct. I, UK totnt^*^1 H^mp'^ tn t^'^ DfltMH ImlMi TliorounhlT^fireproof, mid t'rovirt*Kl with elevator*, electric^^MUs, fire a .in.k. runnin^ water, l aMis, steam^he^t, open fire place* ar.il nit rnrntrrn eonren*^rneea. iUKim^ en mite und smct*. 1'iujuim^aud terv.ee bUicliy fiiast-cuuM l^.c* lro:a $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, Accordlucto si/^ nnd ^ -hMrjcier of ruonu^occupied. C.W. LOOMIS. Prop. tiwiff und ihst till! All my rlgar* Sir's spli Ctt upon tne slitlf,^And niA d Bttli o^,. I give Ml} trMMsf Atll ill' ^e I sBMkB at^Klt -IYMBi 1he Only Seeon I class Hotel in M'atlaca. Thefay Horse Hotel 4KAsT I KDAK BlllliKl^ Kates,ei.roto *lM Per Dav. MMland Ludgini;: Weekly. sg.50 to^t. Meal*;S tts. sui I'pwards. Everytliiojc New.^CALL HND SEE US. PERRAIOS^ WEBSTER, Proprietor], lEt. I'HIBATON. Manaukkj^K.r^t rias* ItsatBssM ^ ^ uaranteeJ. WALLACE, +^ IDAHO TheMissoula Hotel. CUEOF THE VERY BK8T HOTELS IN IIIS hoicxiiwaax. Tli tutldtnit is now. fire prool. heated wlttt^sVai^.. llghiei! with e'eetrlclty, ana provldoi^^lUi sJI nioilern improvement*. svtJiiMkOVa aliiCUEl,!. Proprleiors,^Missoula, M ju' ClehryHouse. GHANITK,MONX Kent,% wtv Burnished and l ommodtom^ho. it.^. Only \-1 Uu llelp huipioyci. (,ioil Tuhle . ud Well Ventilated llinlni: Hoom. J.E. tLEAHY, rroprietor. NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butte City, Bozeman, Livings^^ton, Billings, Miles City^and Gleniiive and^all Points ehst hnd west. Iher* Is nothln ^ better man tut^semen on TaHEDINING CAR LINE. TlironxbIMillmsn Sleepintr Csr* and Kurnltlnl^Xourist sleepers LlaLy Lei ween Loin s ia MONTANArP THE EAST. 120Miles the Shortest Lim ti^ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. J'aclllctjnist train* passim; throni;h Minrn^rota, ^orth Dakota, Momana, Idaho, n. i; i^ai d w ashpMM carry comploca aqulpir.eut ot^l'ullman Eh.ace Klecplnx Car*. First and Sec.^i nn ( i.iss ( o n ties, l'ullman lout 1st aim Li -a^Coicuisi Mints and Eiuouit Ouunic cars. THROUGHTICK6TS Areso'.d at sll eotiiion ofliee* of the Northr-rn^I'neiric ishroail lo points North, Ens., houui^and \\^s. ui luo Lnaed Ma..-* and Canada. ..!:Hip. Bt,^. M-M m Ss.^. ,1st k nt.^.ttilt p. m. ..'-'-IS p. III.^. .7ssi p. 111. ..'roa. in.^. .7 :m a. in. TIMEfcC'HEDUI.E- ABlttVr.at l.uttb. No.in^,, ptBBBMI I xpress o.lis, ^I'niiy ^ xpn^s No.id., Kruni the west idaily) allSMMilaundHelena express IIPPAItTI'UoM 111 TIK. No.1. Paclfie uia.l Nil.Its., Id /email e .i less No.no. 'Poaj rzpreas Mlsaouhiand Meseaa expres, Muniliy,Wednesday itnl I rnlny. liozemaiiexpress airrivs and leaves frein^^oriherii I'aeine depot. No. 4. east hound, ar^^rives and hnvt'sfrom Moniaui I'niou de; oi, tins fcttanaaslatpsf far st. Paul and cMeaaa. No. adeparts from Molilalia Union ih'|^o( at liB),^m.. has ihreufh sterner tor Tacouaaad Eoit-^land. Nos. 1 ami 1 enrrv lasal BSsQ Eurhate*.-Maps, lima laides or Mnvia. In.^formation sppiy lu any a^enu NortlMBB LaetUa^run road. fllAKLKSS. EEE.^beaerat MMMMl ana Ticket A^ent,^s'.. Paul. Minx^Wat II^M11.^^General Acent.^a East Broadway, Hutio. Mont. HYN6S'HOT6L, I'llti.ipsntltd, Hour. B*SlIIIMlt eomfortali'i' and jMXBsBrote, a:id^re is.ui' li e rates. OS*M tali e, clean. ttM v le d ^*^^^^ mml ^ mm lpuet Ilrosdway.riuilpslu.i Mt Greatnorthern r'y line^Montana Central Hallway,^lireat Northern KaUwty.^Eastern Katlway of Minnesota.^Willmur a Sioux Eall* Hallway.^Uuiuin, X^aieiiowa ^i l'ucula uaflwsr. AGreatThronguSystem Hieonly line runnlnea matnlficentiy ,^iu ;,p ^ i^tram composed of Hleepers, DMM Car. I ^^/^I oar lies snd Eree Colonists Khoper from BulLi^le bL l'aul and MlnneapoL* wILuhu MM tci.iterlIons lor Chicago Ml ALLEASTERN POINTS Bladein Union Depol M terinlnali. repartinnIrnm Ku'te lr:iin 'rre.ifor.' feav-^Itttr nt ;:^-,^. in , w II lea\i' at 7 :. t it. in.^Train l.'iA.nn atBtet^^ ^*h *'^' nave al IrJB '''A'rivlBi! al llutte. Main lien L fore MMMJ^nt il -i |. ie.. win ' vc a' 7 p. in.^Cbaatela tlBtsaf ttaias, CouiMMlas Suti- dsiNov. .'.'. i ^' MtowiB' el.a ^e. ii ia* ar^^Ipl-e il e.ttll - s off ^'Mills n ill tllke l | lee : Fortntnririallon a* to sleeping car reaervatloa.^ticket* and umo luule* apply lo a.ii. la.nui.lv, j. k. nawaox, ten.IkL AtL M. C. Ky. Uen Aueni, llutta.^Udsaa,E. l. WHITNEY, Gaa.l'as* an l 1st. \^1 UL Nor. !'.^.. 1SL fulL MilwaukeeBottling Works, \\ALI.At 1^, [DAJIO. WHRTINSt FOX, MMMM in' FineCiiars, 'ioiiacco end CoLfcctiooery. Tioprletor. MLelesaleand Lei ad Dealer ia^CORL Oil- Agent(at .los HtttUU KttwlM Ods^I ^^**^^BtaSsd Ml.wan ee He r. OOsVMJalATAstttta, CIMB. Wtt^\\ e MMM I BMI Uoiels i \i hiso e.\. Emplovesof th^ ItHMll Coropmy. Allmen in ihe i mn'oy o^ lie Anaconda crm-^psuy, either in Dial 1 ^^^^ snaeoada, ntai ^ ears one,sad n 11^thaa i^ ^. ie:^ MtitM feel in I.i antra! Ad.ni.on i^ ^ ^ / inan. M' in.. h^ re-^Biittiaa ate $15 each 1st laaai m at beioiv lie -. ',wl' Lw.niBa, Io man, MeuL 7HE SMITH DRUG CO.^Removed to iiSMain Street.