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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23. t3^t
1 -NOUBMBBB-* ELtcTRicrailway time card UKKM UTO t nov. i, MM, Lr.veHtaiitlattM nmr Ixuve^ si mil. .V)a. 111 Ma,111..^pa 11..^mm. in.. .ma.Ill :l H111 ::! a.111 Ma.111 41pIII an. in^an a, in I:.|^. in^* m p. ni^INt a. in 6:IB. 111 6:1.1|i m^7 M b. Ill laap in '' Ml |l 111^Ml :otl je III IIM11. in .S: 10 ^. in. 11 ^i a. 111^7 : Kl ii. Ill^s 'O ii. Ill i^ 1 a. 111 i^i a. 111^I 01a. in .': .^1 |l III^I Ml |i. Ill mil.111^^1 011 111 4:'0|i m.^. 4:40 |1. iii. .laf |i in.^. t : .^^ a, m^. T as p m.^. kkxi p ni.^. Ms* n. in.^.ii.inip. in.^,iiiWa, in.^11 .in p in TRAVELER'SGUIDE.^uuum AiiiiivR. 7i0.1A. |*V**! i^ 111 IhaVLeavesstunt 6:15 ain, MM Crash (dlaMi sfcaaatsBa m S:.. ^ 1.^From Hulls I. a.is Hullo 7:50^a in; Silver Itnw n :in; a pi; Mu.trt *:3* a in. 11:..i .%. ti ^l-roni Hi'.tie ami (Isrrisnn -^IaaiII Mall! WiMa ^ ! h iw^r How WaWam^Muari tlrjsain: leases tiurlwa 10.Mini,^Dsst Loapi l^ ^: iaaii Warm ^|,iiiu^ ll:ll am iiM ' v. - ifasM HsMaMsi (strfswi i*ive^^nuatitiaaji NsrvsvMow istipas; Maart^liM pin: leans Utfri*oa :. o pin. Deer^LsMsfa liM p in: Wann N| tiu;:s 5:54 p m.^i BsVNM pVUK ^.'^! A M l^nr Stuart Simps 6:^.' n in; Mill^I i i'k 6:3 * in; airn.: slu.in ii:40^m. 11:1o a. *^ ^rar Garrison si nan *,::^ am; Warmrpring* le.'sia in: Ufer IakI^c Uiltta ni;^in i iw li.u rlK 'ii .1:51 a ni.^0:i^ ^. h, farnaWa^man IiHBsbi s.l- m-rlow t':.^.S a in; arrive mine 10:15 a in.^^-^ 44 i' M I en i illi - ^n^i Harrison Smart^^_:^.^ pm; Silver It iw Itffpm arrive Malta^l;4| a in; Warm spriiins:!: '5 put; iH-er i.-nine^4 : O p iii, aniv.* li.tri is-ill 4 :15 p in. ALLAROUND THE CITY THtWLATHER. Thodaily rtt-onl i f the thermometer in^th s rity ior yes'.erJay, an reported by^C. \V. Brandon, ra us followe: 7 a. m.,^89 degrees sl^3Ve; l:.' in , 4- ilcjrreps itliuve;^4 p. in., M dt'srecB above; 8 p. in., 38 do^Kites above. ABOUT THE CITY. SamJohns, the demented miner, wa*^taken to Warm Springs asylum yester^^day. II v. Mother Jos p!ia or I.^avenworth,^Kan., who has h en visiting M. Ann's^bohpiial, left Triday for Untie. C.W. Uiuiidon, the energetic young^di u.'g.si, has bud a handsome gold sigu^panned on the windows of his store. P.J. Maloney will back his Irish setter^Ted ugainst any' dog in the stale in a^prairie chicken killing mulch for HO a^side. Twelvepatients have been registered^nt the hospital since Friday. 1 he ma^^jority of them arc suffering with fever andcolds. WilliamSpollen, an employe of the^lower works, was taken to St. Ann's hos^^pital yesterday. He was suffering from^u badly burned face, the result of an ac^^cident. Brownie^Garrett took kodak views^ti Ike Qinnn's bear yesterday afternoon.^The photographs are lo be sent to the^Prince ol Wales, who is a great friend undan old-ume chum of Ike's. JosephMartin, the infant son of Mr.^hint Mr*. I*. W. Schiuiil', died yesterday,^aged 2 years und 11 days. The funeral^will be h Id from the residence, 50G West^Fourth btreet, this morning at 10 o'clock. SimHolmes and Juke Lowenthal have^piiieliased the restaurant in the rear of^th^ i ombmatioii gambling house from^All x Dwelt The new proprietor* wnl^^para no efforts lo give their patrons sal-^UfMIW|P service. Therewill b ^ u cocking main between^Hiitte and Anaconda in Unite Thanksgiv^^ing. The guiifst corks ^ f the iwo cities^will meet on that occasion and battle for^the supremacy. On each battle 55J a side^will be bet, and on the result of the main,^$-'^'^^ I. Auac'in a will send about IS b rds^lo the Silver ^ nv. Acrop haired Chinaman who recently^came here from Philipsburg, was thrown^into the city root house yesterday by^( Inef l'ickel. The charge that is entered^against ti 1 in is stealing a $5 note from^Jim Kee, the lestuuiaill keeper. The^fellow is an outcast, even among his own^peonle. His queue has been eul i.H'f a ml hit^black hair stands up on bis bullet head^and givts him the llerco appearance of a^sheep with Us ears pinned back. Ho is a^slugger, too, and all the Chinamen of his^acquaintance ur ^ afraid of him. He will^meet Judge Kocka-eli in a small ring at^the notice court this afternoon, when his^Lrisllcs will probably b i given a bracer. Kiiii;'** itl.liiim It pi)-. jviihr Mttor uf ti\i si mbbss A Iniiiis ier to the letter pulilislnM in yester-^dny ^ m ami Alio I must say Unit ilie win le^tiling Inks iilo* a piece of p i * ^ii ii spite o: snine^s ^rl IgakM myself In make Hie Uisciissinn^short I w ill ni that that pcis .n must no siiKutly^loaciiedani la cnnse^|aeutiy bUksag tairattgO the^upper roveriiiB of i.is li ait Hi-, iiinoiaaea e\.^ciisiK hoi ::iiu I slneerelv li^p' Hi, Up- pulilic^wit also overlook ills bail !^i . ak. 0r KiMi, Ofthe SI l.awieuee.^Wines, Ihjimr* and e g.u-s, ini|ioited an I do^^me-1 e. ^1 lie witiier ta 0e.. of Anaconda.^^Aoacoiiita, Nov. J i, li:i|. lothe \\ tiiitwsitle Irsde.^Our Mr. I sci lMd has had an active^experience of ilA years in the handling of^Straight nctillid distillations. In view^of 'his fact, we deal lo your ailv.niluge. Kl.NTli KV 1 ,i,ii in: SlOIIE,^Cor I 1st and I herry Sis. Liquorsof purest ilislillattons, Hged^wines most select and old, cigars of^Havana's best growth at the Kentucky^L quor store, comer Firsl and Cherry^streets. Hiandon's drug store, corner Main and^Fii st str^ els. Dr.St. Jean* BU PTeal i'ark avenue.^Hospital hours '.1 |o l'l a. in. An rely furnish, d room for rent, BUI^Chi rry streat. Tryth ^ J. A. citar at Lou liiirtictt's. I)r.BmBsMBj 210 Wnl 1'aik avenue, up^Blairs. J.A. Ucrreng r's- baroer shop, 115 Front^^ treri. Lad es ami children's hair cut^^ting a specially. Uj'.Iis reserved for la- dP's. F.nengais, l.q'iots anil wines at Calla^^han A Atu-ru l.o First streat, TerseLittle Tales of tbe Tow Told^oa the Streets. 'THEPRESIDENT^ IS COMING AnUnsophisticated Montana Man^Robb-d in tha Homa of th*^bainta and tha Straata of^Zion^Llttla Notaa. Itis stated on good authority that tbe^United States grand Jury, in its recent^session at Helena, found an indictment^agaiinit Charles Williams, who was for^merly assietant postmaster iu this city.^It will b^ remembered that Williams was^arraeted last spring upon information of^the federal postal authorities, charting^him with embtisliug the funds of tbe^Anaconda postolUce. He nurrowiy es^^caped indictment by tbe UnitaJ States^grand jury at Ibat time. Almost as soon^as he was released from jail Williams^left the country, and he is now said to be^in Ti x is. The officers of the govern^^ment aro after him, and he's the indi^^vidual ihey desire. Brandon'sdrug stote, corner Main and^First streets. TheSalt Lake Tribtne of Friday tells^the following story about a gentleman^who is well known in Anaconda: James^Maddux, an unsophisticated lumberman,^recently employed at the Uig Hole Lum^^ber company near Uutte, Mont., stopped^over iu this city yesterday morning on^his way to Kansas City, to see the aights.^While walking along First South street,^with hands in pockets and mouth agape,^ho was accosted by an elderly gentle^^man, whose most prominent character^^istics are watery eyes and a pronounced^Gorman accent, who pleasantly passed^the time of day with him; and in the con^^versation which ensued learned the com^^plete history of the pigeon he was about^to pluck. Tbe elderly gentleman^was overjoyed to learn that Mad^^dux's destination was Kansas City.^He was a Missourian, and the^owner of tha largest hardware store in^Kansas City, and would b ^ pleased if his^new-found friend would accept a position^in his establishment at (50 per mouth.^Maddux accepted with alacrity, and was^pouring his tbauks out at a l.v. Iv rale,^when a busy, bustling stranger, with a^heavy red mustache, came rushing up and^presented a freight bill for $-.5 to the^elderly gentleman with the watery eyes. Blessme!^ ejaculated the laiter, ^I^forgot to prepay that freight. Here's a^check for fl,000; can you break it ^ ' No,^responded tho hustling stranirer^with tbe red mustache. ^I'm sorry, hut^that freight can't go to-day unless it is^prepaid. Heturned on bi^ heel and started in^thedireciion of the Union Pacific depoi,^but a happy thought striking him amid^^ships he returned and aaid, cheerily: ^I^have it. Perhapa your Irieml can advance^you tbo money. Toe check is as good as^wheat you know.'' Yea,yos; of course,^ aaid tha elderly^gentleman. ^Lend me, my friend, the^money, and as soon as we reach tbe de^^pot I'll repay you. Maddux,appealed to. replied. ^I would^like to oblige you, but I have only fJOO. Toobad,'' replied the conspirators in^unison. Presently th ^ elderly gentleman^rejan ^to dig,^ and wben he counted Ins^^small change,^ as ha called ii, he bad^an even '25. Wocan make it,^ be Joyfully ex^^claimed. ^Give me your 12 u and we'll^settle that freight bill right here. Madduxcomplied and tha money was^turned over to the hustling stranger with^tbe red mustache. Againbe started off and again a thought^struck him. ^Hello, there I^ he yelled to^the elderly gentleman. ^1 forgot to tell^you that your trunk is in the wailingroom^at tbe depot I Dlesamet that will never do. Thero's^four thousand dollars iu that trunk!^What shall I do^ I must go up town! ' Thoelderly gentleman with toe wut. r.-^eyes looked appealiugly at the chump^from Montana. ^Would you mind,^ he^asked in a most persuasive manner,^^would you mind returning to th- depot^and taking charge of the trunkT Four^lliousaiid is too much to lose iu one day,^and I am afraid those dreadful trunk^m^ n will get ill Why,of course,^ replied Maddux,^anxious lo please his new found friend^and employer. Sooff he went to the depot, while the^elderly gentleman with the watery eyes^and the hustling stranger with the red^mustache proceeded up town. Madduxreached the depot all right'^tor there were no cattie around, but tho^trunk could not lie found Severalweary hours he put in wailing^for the man who nivcr returned, and^finally he soiuht the tribune office an 1^related bis dismal tale ol woo. Hewar, fortunately, in possession of a^through railroad ttckot lo Kansas City,^and last evening he departed on the ii^o'clock train for bleeding Katiaas. To-dnythe fall meeting of the Deer^Lodge County Tci-chirs' institute opens^at the High school building in tbis ciiy.^The meeting gives promise of^great success. Miss Wolfe, county^superintendent, has been here several^days completing arrangements, and,^with Superintendaat Stone's assistance,^she has met with admirable success. A^number of county teachers arrived in Ihu^city yesterday and many more arc ex^^pected to-day. The committee on rece|^-^tion is c imposed of Miss L. L. Thomson,^Dr. I. M. Rockefeller and Sup erintendeut^Slone, The progtamine for lo-day's ses^^sion is as follow-: MOMiAt, NOV UJ, D.-oi o'clock. OpellillKi BSM SI'S. UsSgsssjiMiss ggai hijrsMngfM is l iiiuy Vocalmusic, (class drilliMl-s Mei.lulhn iu)Ol l/X'^. GeoirrspliyMr^. Mefirsth IeiceuhiL'^^lr. Mou loo HieII ch School Miss Ware The1 upi, leac er Mr. M nu ::^^'^MOB. Ailuiessofwelcome. ris|sju^e. adilress, mu^^sic. Themeeting ihis evening will beheld^in ihe assemb y room of the High school^instead of ihe Presbyti nan church as^was first announced. FrankI) ivid. th- jol'y comedian who is^now starring iu ' The P.esi leni.^ wh ch^comes to the o|ieru honse 1 hursday i veil^^ing, reci Ived his nramat e i clicoling un^^der the be si nianterJ, IsBVtgJg for years^bren in Ihe siipp ,rt ^ f .ucli p ayers as^John MrCtillough. Liwr. nco Uarntlatid^Joe Ji IT rsop. Inabtsl he was plnyng with John Met inlocgh, in Lon^^don, tint., a liinry incident occurred^T.e Mil was ^Virginius.^ and the stage^manager found it linnets Ma to secure a^r-upi r in the city, so David was pressed^m'o service. He formed one ^ f the lie b^Th y shrieked and howled und grabbed^ihciesejy s together slid m:\de as much^noise as'HO mol'si ver did. When it came loIhe scene where th *y wers* to rusk in^and destroy tliu old Roman DtMatu*. Ihe^cue came *nd ihey rushed up to Ii in yell^^ing ou', ^Down wnh turn, he does noth-^ing hut in- ult the |Mv^p|e,^ when on tore^Fr.il Wartle as IMtai and stopped iheiu.^a^kiug hi that double tragic tone of le-,^^Who uttrred that d shunest word^^^After he l.ad asked it three or four tunes^Frank David stepped down io the tooi-^lights and in that wall known squeaky^vo.ee of bis said, '1 can not ten a lie,^Mai Woodward did.^ This ruined ihe^scene, and they had lo ring dowu the cur^^iam in ihe first act. ties. TRACK AND time CARDS. Uosslp Aboal Local liadsray Men anil Mititrrs, JamesRoland, who has been running^an engine in tbe Montana Union yards^at Unite, is now pulling one of the ore^trains. Ho is one of this most trust^^worthy engineers on the line. Westernroads will soon be abort of^ab nit 25,00) cars; so stys a Western rail^^road nun whi is sure of his ground.^There is a great deal of money for^Western roads in this statement. Asiding will soon lie put in at Mill^Creek for thu accommodation of the ii^creasing business of the Mon'ana Union^at that point. Thure are stitUoient tide-^tracks there already, hut the want ot a^siding to enable trains lo meet is felt and^is lo bu met. HlbTOL OR HOWIE KNif-E. Oneby one the old t m^rs pats away.^Few of the first employes of the Mon^^tana Union an- lett in these parts. AH^the railroad men felt deeply the death of^the poor ^Foxey^ Howe, lie was known^by them all and not one of iliem but^esteemed bun highly. Hale, beany,^jovial, big-hearted, loyal to his friends^and his cmployi rs alike. Freeman Howe^will be missed by his associates. Foreight long months the ^niaj ir part^of ihe former employes of the Montana^Union railwuy have wandered over the^country iu search of employment. Many^have looked in vain, while others have^tiecii more successltil, but on account ol^the generous disposition of their su|^crinr !^otr^eeis, Ihey think tho Montana Union m^about the only place, consequently they^aro strolling back lo Anaconda one by^one. Sincethe starling of the great plant at^Carroll, men have reappcred in the Cop^^per City's streets that were familiar be^^fore the works closed last March. JohnHums, tho newly made superin^^tendent, is a man of business and will^stand no foolishness. What be means he^says, and what he says h ^ ni .ins. He is^an old-timer iu the employ of the road,^one that has won the esteem of all Willi^whom he is associated, and the men gen^^erally think that a wise selection was^made when he was appointed superin^^tendent of transportation. CassiasV. Clay Nsj tit* Lat'er Is tits^it..sp.oi io Carry. Duringthe interview which I rec-nily^had with Gen. Cassius M. Clay, lie K n-^lucky giadiator, writes Frank t arpei.d r,^1 asked him which he consul.red the^safest weapon lo u*e in a personal en^counter, tha pistol or ih ^ Ikjwic knife.^^The Low e knife by all iikalls,^ replied^General Clay. ^Tbo Ix-st of rivolviri^often misses fire and yi.u msyget soclost^to your enemy as 'o be unable to^use it. Your bowte knile ntv r^misses and sriciiiilicahy u ed it^will cut In the deaih t very nine. 0ur.li/^ray life I have had to i..- on my gu trd. I^would hive Itecu dead lon-i ago ha I 1^been a coward or gone nbotit unarmed.^My b lwie knife 1 have aln ays carried^with me during my cimpa g is and u RsVS^several times ssved my nf*. Guieral ( liy's house.it Whitehall, Kv.,^is built like a foriitlralioti. The walls^are very llin k and the doors of the in^^terior are very high and narrow. 1 he^building is aim ^.i tire-proof, and it e^t renter part cf it ^as constiueted whi e^G neral f lav was in die inidsi of his | ^^meal troubles and his enemies were Ml^ing to shoot b in or run bun out of the^country. Doyou w itit to present your liesl girl^with :t ring^ If so, go to K- ppler. He^can snow y^ u a bcuirilul hue of stones^with hall 'n mo settings. ForMale ^ lie p Achoice honie for a man of mh ill^means, by ( barles Hi urk, rcu! estate^dcahr. First street. lust II r-lvrd Acarload of gMstflg; apple*. Call at^Mad .ilium it Clouiier's uud see Ihe qual^^ity and learn the price. Itrandoti'sdrug store, corner Main and^K.rst streets. Ifyou wish to keep warm Ihis winter^you should go lo F.sies A Council's all I^pureha-e one of tbeir cLeap, yet clc|*util^ovei coats. Theaccident winch resulted in Ihe^deuth of Kugineer Howe ami Fin m in^Cahoon is one of those mysterious uffuir-^ihut frequently occur wi.hout nny^apparent cause. General Manager Runts^is conceded by all Ins men lo be a careful^railroad man. When one of Ihu tide^bars of a Montana I'moii engine broke^and whale,i the cab Into pieces a few^months ago Mr. Iltirus gave orders to hava^tile cabs of all the passenger engines^plated with steel plates on the bottom of^the cabs, so that should a side roi! break^it could not beat its way into ihu cab^above. The plates are of three-quarter^inch steel and are placed in layers be^^tween which is a heavy piece of hanl^wood, making it all iui^regnahln to the^powerful blows of the fly ult rod. It is^now impossible for the rod to pass up^into tbe cabs. Therod w hich broke when Hown was^killed had been c.trelully examined n few^days before the accident ami b und to be^absolute ^ Hoiiiid. Afttr the accident it^was again examined and not a I.ml v^fibre could b- detected in tbe gram of mi^^sled. '1 hen the rod waa tesied and n^stood a most remarkable strain. Wha,^ever caused it lo break upen this cecai-^siou is a mystery. lattiadry. Takevour washing lo '.it Cedar street,^corner Fourth, where the Misses Gy l.il^have opened a flrsi-class laundry. Thelady alio had a lur cape token hy^mistake can have the sauio by calling at^the Sta.npahij ofllec. Forsalt ^The furniture of two bgsf*^rooms, including csrtiets. stoves, etc.^Apply upstairs ov r ;tjh F.rsl street. J.C. Keppler is renovating anil improv^^ing his jewelry ^^slalili.hinenl. Win i^completed it will b^ ono of the finest je^-^clry stores in tbe Wesi. Uram'.on'sdrug siorc, comer Main and^I'll si sirevts. ForKent ^To d s rabl^* parties, a fur^^nished house, N i 4 0, at corner of Oat-,^and Fourth streets. Kepphr has just received a lot of new-^goods, including handsome silverware^and ihunioliils Mutable for the ho|.d:iy^trade. Curare,tobaccos, nuts and randies at^110 K.isi First street. It. II Muyhcw, pro^^prietor. ThePipestone mineral w ater is the bos*,^mineral water in iln- market. If you want^water on the side or ^tin rw ise, call lor it;^every llrs.-cla-s saloon has u on tap.^John V. nilN is sole ugetil for Anaconda^lor this mineral wan r. Ifyou want a good tune piece or rt quire^an old one repaired, go in J. I . Keppier's. Anicely furnished room for rent at he^Cherry street. Raths.^ cents, at the Montana hotel^harbcr shop. ^ s ^- -^. , Rrandou'adrug store, corner Main and^First sine r. NOMORE BACK ACHE V-FTEA JM mTHOl'BLlsM Rictnttt/ihr follou fng Nolle* tprearrd tit tti0 SanFram ihto thtvmt i*. liifigt* Slutl i^ern ^.i I* only nhn.it two we*kf^. it ml it m Mi until |M Uwfl ihttr ov^fout ^\ i\ - thut the in.il.ttl^ ti^ k ;\ Hftow tutrt^At the iK-giiinitiK nt hi- itlm-*-*. In iutt^*tr^l fn^m^dialirtrit ntul Mnmftch d^-^^rit**t. I,.*^lrr thr^kidney trfnsed lo |m i IbfM tb*4r AlttotlaMstM^he pamu-'l quietly awriv. THtM m l*^-1 tin- hfc^of (mr ol the nni^t pioniuivnt mm iu Cnli-^forma ^ l.ikr tlunidsHi I* of nthr's \n* un-^tiim U ^.itli irasthc rMMll i*( MglMtittg1J1 'y^vytnp'.tJiiih o( kidiirv di*- MHMIF YOU mrrInMUvi with ili.tt*rtc^i. ^'nv't, or nw d*N^ntt|l nt i^t tin ki ln* \^^ or uritiat v m^.i'it,^Muu'l ^l^-l;iv |^TOMf lit itMCHi until ym mrr^fiift.e l l^ fcj.vc up your Miry dutir*- . -tnn'l^wnstc \^^Mi MM] on w itlilf ^ !mi'n^ ntn^IMIWM |rllMcn, t'Mi *t r :k^- ul the Wti of th^ 'I ^Ml *' t'V U- \., til^ J'Tl'ii t i -i of ft I knownn BMoVMs tfct ft Irbratnl Ore'ir ^n Ki '^oey TcAs It h^^^ mI t hf live- af ItlMJMM^Wnv IMMl |l n^^' 1 ^'*' v' ^ ' Trv it I nrt ly^VftjrtKt'lc ^^^l fWiillI iu take. $1.00apaM-k*^uj/c, ^^ 1' 'f $' '^^' H.A. I) A^ iik1 L, Wh.Mv,;,, and Ut-UU^.bullet ity, Mouiaua WEhave just op en an Avery handsome line of^Souvenir Spoons, in alter-^dinner coffee, tea and orange. J.JVIerrill ^ Go. Signof the big Cold Watch. FirstStreat. JHEWORKS ARB RUNNING Andthe People are Running to MACCALLUM ^ CLOUTIER'S, WhereThe, Can Buy GROCERIES AND PROl 7S/ONS Cheaperthan anywhere else. We also carry^a fine line ot Gent-V Furnirhins: Good;,^Liquors ot the choicesc brands, Teas and^Cofie-'iio: the best qua ity. KERSEY OiZERCOHTS, MELTON OVERCOATS, CHINCHILLA 0VERC0A TS IRISHFREIZE OiZGRCOHTS. StormOvercoats and Ulsters, Justre cived by the TryLrs and You'ii Buy NoiL'hcrc /use / MacCallum^ Cloutier, 501 i^SAYS Comeearly ami e'cot one while tlic stock^is complete, a^ they arc .die idy t^'n^** oil rap^idly tin- cokl weather. Ourbetter grades -ne- e^iuil to cus'on^tailoring Estes^ Council Mercantile Co. D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Co WB liave jhst ffttivtd from the^/itiiHu/ai t:iren a /i/u Hut or ChuddahCloths,^Moscow and^Angora Flannels in*Mtkt hti.it sin fUt. Wt hi.re^aiio nvi/miij jiiL hue ot LADIES WINTER UNDERWEAR. o^:pr : mg In umttuMUNSING^PI t Al Lb ILiik andm ^ Mfi A to^a /./.. hi., i'/ black mar/no tights SaturjlK'svW ytrttf A.A*'^4-/ a- ^/^Htd Miimo t/tkitfWt f Wt Itiife ai.o fkttivtd a 0nt tuortmeiU of LADIESMISSES and^( HILDRENS CLOAKS^and JACKETS . VonWtil also fin! a fin: iinc of Children'sZephyr Hoods, Skirts, and In-^fai ts 'jarhe s and Robes. Wttiro h\c ..^.'//J Vatlv MV^It i.os of l-itiuy ii .il / n ss (lonis.^Cur mo sooi- of ^.\nt.\', tsWlW'.^MilUt' and CkiUrtn't Shoos l.ave^just ctnviil, ^^//^/ urn discount^fricos tvew fftfid I'o'orc in^Aiuii lulii. D.J. Hennessy Mer. Co.