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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1891.
3 ELECTRIC RAILWAY TIME CARS. LeaveStnrnlHril 4 'urncr. ! leav.' Carroll. suit.MS,^Ma.^ana. MlH. ana.^ana. m*. anp. ::^^p. in.;; .::ina. ni 4:9Bp. lu^.Vim p. ill.^B:M) p. in.^Id! p. in. 7.HIp. III. liMp. in. ,ai ii a. in^s ou a. ai^^:(^IM.-m. WiSta.m II:^^! 11. Ill UtUp. ^^ :MIp. Ill. l;.Hl p. Illjj :':l^l p^.11:311 p. III. ; ^:l^i p. Ill 4 mi p. in^.. -1 41'p. Ill ..SA'iji. ill^.. tils p. in^.. 7^^l p. Ill^.. Mm p^.. :i im p^. .10:111 p^. Il:(^lp^.11 HI p III. HI. TRAVELER'SGUIDE TIIAIV AHRIVK. 7:05A. M.- Krom Stuart l/avcs Sluart G: H111: Mill Crwk il:,V^ a iii; alttip* 7mi a HI.^6:52 A.M. I'lom Ituttc Leaves limit- TlSI him;SilviT l!^i^ ^:,^'. a in; Stuart K:Xia iii.^I I :30 A. M. I'riim Hull)' ami liarrlMin- leaveslluttu I0:4H a m; Silri-r How I^;.^ ^ in; S'narl]I :.'^^ it in: lonn t. liari Wim 1^:lo a in; lifer1 tOdx* I^^:.*.*^ a in: Warm KinHnftX 11 :11 a m.^e:3C P. M. I'roni Uuttc ami Harrison 1/t-avcsllntlf .ri.3^^p in: Silver How Mt^M| smartU:I0 pni; leave* iiarri^i^ti Vim jnn; Ileer LaSgS p iii: WllTO! Springs ..:.^.4 p 111.^tiiaink MPAMi^6:20 A. M. For Stuart- slioix. rt:^^ a m- Mill ireck ii:;*i a in: an ivc Stuart 0:4o a in.^8: I O A. M. Put UMTtaan 11^11 1:19 a in. Warmsprings BifiO a in; Deer l*utl^e s:-T. a in; arrivelialTtaoa B:80 a in.^9: I O A.M. 1 .r Unit, Stuart !^:.'.a in. Ml- vrrHowttMa m: arrive Buttfi lu.i.'t a in.^2:4-4-P.M. r^n Butte sad ttarrtaoa smart tfiMpttl;Silver liuirS:37 pin; arrive Unlit' ::44pin. Warm Sprint;* :.:r.p iii, lH^t^i I^mI^u tin p in: arrhi' Harrison 4::Ci p in. THEWEATHtR. Tin1ilaily rccortl of the tlicriiiciineter in^this city fur ycstenln.v. us ii |miiHi1 by ('.^W^ Uraiuloii.an uk follow*: Ta. ni.. U0^(lt-ii-ecs almvc: ll' in., 47 ilcui-ees uliove; 4^|^. in., Ill (li'jjiTos iilvivc: ^ ii. in., 2fl degrees bnib ABOUT THE CITY. HenryMulnncv of PhtlipKlmrs visited^tin' ';roali'St sini l'cr ftX\ on i'urtli yester- fir. MiloKfiH'li of (Inwrnn Springs was in^town yesterday. * THEDEALER AND HIS DEAL. Theusual weekly hop w ill Im given at^French hall S itunlnv RfMsta AhlernianWalkup has presented the^fire (le|Hirtment with two hantlHonie piet-^nres. which will I^- hunu in the etajSSM^hmise. St.Mark's elmrrli, lilaiiy service this^evening ut 7:1.0: ul*o Fruluy afternoon at^IoVtUdkdojriac Advent. Holy coiiiiinin-^ion on Sunday after morning; prayer. somethingof a stir Created Lately In^l^am tirrlra.^As a player, dealer and all-around faro^artist William Mendelaaohn lias few^su|h riors in the went. Mr. Knight, the^proprietor of the Calumet saloon on^Lower Main street, desiring to afford the^pnhlie additional op|M^rtnnities to drop ita^liunl-eurticd stuff, started tip a hank last^week and engaged Mr. M^iid^'lssohn aa^president, cashier, teller, h. ^okke^-per and^confidential clerk und everything else.^Mr. Knight furnished the capital, a few^hundred dollars, and merely reserving to^Jiiuisclf tin' siipervisionary |k^wits of a^(Hrtsytor, vented his president, cashier,^etc., with full authority to handle^the funds, negotiate chips and conduct a^general faro hanking Imsiucss ill such^maimer us might commend ii-e|| to his^professional judgment and ri|m' c\pcri-^ence. tinthe llrst night of the opening, Mr.^Mendelssohn, following a custom much^in vogue among liankcrs generally,^scis'ped up all the hank's capital for the^put|^osc. it is ' iid. of investing iiiceriain^speculations for his own iiersnunl ng*^granitizc incut. It is said that he v isitinl^other gambling houses in the i ity ami^Inickiil the tiger w ith great ciiergv and^violence; hut the tiger was unusually^ferocious that night and chewed up Mr.^Mendelssohn until theiv was nothing left^of that utile financier, at least nothing left^of his assets. This is simply rUflsUt. *^f^course, after every haul, failure, tin' poli^^tic is liahle to do the president and cashier^grave injustice. Atany rate when Mr. Mendelssohn re^^turned to the Calumet saloon he told Pro^^prietor Knight that he had taken the^money across the siivct and placed it in^the hands of a gainhler who was presently^to conic into the saloon and play high.^Mr. Mendelssohn explained that this was^a nec essary trick of the trade. The visit^^ing gamhlcr was to play in such a royal,^reckless fashion that ^oon the place would^he tilled with ^Mated sisslatoi-s, who^would Is gin to play themselves. 'I he^high-roller's vviniiiiius wouldn't count^liction would lie kept una few hours and^then the hank's capital would lie quietly^niiirnctl and the gamhlcr properly re^^munerated for his services with drinks,^cirgars. ami pcrlla|^s a len-dolliir hill or so. Hutthe night woi*c on. and the hig gam^^hlcr w ho w .is to make lame and fortune^foi the house didn't show up. Mr. Men^^delssohn was surprised anil shockiil.^Karly Sunday morning he went out to look^for him. Whether he found him or not i^not known. Mr. Mendel-sohu unfortu^^nately seems to have got lost looking fol^^ium, as bat has not yet rcturm-d. Menwho have I t-en searching for the^lost Mr. AKers. say it is almost useless to^continue tlie search as the snow in the^canyon in many places is drifted from X to^in fi-ct deep. Igang of Italians employed on the^Mnartaiia 1'ni.ui succis-dcd in killing a^deer near liacl::icy yesterday . and ihcii-^was great rejoicing in the Italian quarters^in consequence. ArchieTeinplcton, an employe of the^Anaeoiida eoni|NIIiy at the retlnery, yes^^terday afternoon .iceidcnlallv i-ut hi-anklc^w ith an adze. He will Is- laid up for a^week or more. Notwithstanding the d^k |^ snow on the^mountains a large force of men is at work^en thefJeorge mine. |hh Kti-oke of the^pick gives new evideiu e of the richness of^the property. Yesterdaynioruinga man tianu-d Hrooks^ri'|^^rte^l that he had been hitten hy a ilog^Is longing to a family residing in the east^^ern partnf 11.e city. To substantiate his^statement, he showed when- the dog's^teeth had penetrated his shoo and the^wound in his foot. Peoplew ho wen- on the stiii'ts yester^^day morning alsnit !l o'el.n k claim to have^seen a meteor of exceeding brilliancy, a|s^parcntl.v fall a few miles south of the city .^They say that its light brightened the hills^for several miles around, ami as it fell it^left a herv trii'l in the sky. I.S. Dougherty. .1. T. Conrey. W. ('.^Converse. W. ('. Ahcrit. M. Morlcy.^( hal los Voss. I). Sj^ogeii and P. ('. Sulii-^van have la-en a|i|s^inieil a i-oinmittci! to^ariangcfor the annual New Years'kill of^tin- t'pper and I/iwer Works lire depart- mmt.A neetlui will he held in the upoer^works engine house on next Friday i veil^^ing to lay out plans. Twenty-OneIs Missing.^There is mii row in the family- of f'ol.^Joarpll T. Powell over the loss of tin1^colom-l's valuable sky e-terrier ^Twcnty-^tlne.^ for which he recently paid fU^.:^^ 'olouel Pow ell is w illiug to pay for the le-^111ll: of the animal any suitablcaiiioiint up^to a hall-interest in his Malawi and faro es^^tablishment. I dlest, tin- dog is RiM-eililv^l.-coveir-tl. urat e fears arc entertained of^the colonel's sanity. 'The Itiuglar. TheBurglar^' was presented (o an np-^preeiativc audience at 1'vans opera house^last niglit by Joseph (Jrislller. I'lioels-^llav it s and their t omji.tny . It is a strong^play and ill the hands of tin- talented^ueiors ii ap|^e:irs to Is- still ..Ironger.^(Inly words of praise t ,-m hi loilnil for th ^^pel'forumm e. The i impauv Maalwaa all^the anoreaa it appctu.s to Ik- imi'ting in the^Norttiwest. Too1 ret- iii tin* tr.oirl Ittioiu. lohiiPeterson was arraigiitil ImmMJ^M.igisiratc I!^m kw t-ll jestei-tlay on a charge^el usiiiK vulgar, al.u-ivc ami ohstciie^laimuaijc to the proprietor of the live-cent^Im i r saliHin on tin- t in ner of Main and^Fouil :-1n t'ts. Peterson t-howed a tilanaatV lionto .i-vt- the - a kiMl t.f language in theOOUtrf iiKun ami tin Judgd ortlen-d him^locked up in j.ial until - ueh time us In- aa^^cognizes the it sis . t due to tin law and its Interpretara,nm his trial will ba (e- sumcd. Noticeto AM Wlitnii II May ( out era. Iher^h.v give notice that aa my wife^Dehuina Iteslauricrs has left my Im^I and^Isi.-irtl without cause or n ason, antl is miw^living sepaiuti' anil apart from me with^^out cause and w ithout reason, ihat I will^not Ih- IMpoMaW* for any tlcbts that she^may eonir ict in my name or for or on my^nccouiit lu any niamu-r w hu!s^M-\er. Ituttsl.\ajajMiiakti Montana. Nov .STJWl.^A. DcsLAt Bieits. ftuitl'ldi ng store, corner Main ami^First streets. Anicely furnished room for rent at Ml^( In irv stits t. Cigars,loli.ieto . nuts and candies.it^110 Eaat First atfcet. 11. H. May hew . pro^^prietor. Forsale The furniture of two Issl-^rooms, including car|vcii^, stoves, etc. Ap^^ply upstairs over IH^- l ust btrect. 1.C. Keppler's In ! Ua\ gixsl- are pfa noiineetlhy .||| to l-e r.l tl,. .-I,.,m est ~- let UoaVbath la seaittti tad qaaJit).^J. A. Datfatajar'a haifct r akop. 'l.^^ Front Hiec. I. ulies' mill i hiltlren'a h.i;.^culting^a spev ialt^. iiuliis icsene : lor Lnlics. FROMCREAT FALLS. MISSOULANOTES. MttatMiTraiisplriiiK In the MbP#jM I by of^\\ esiet-n Montana. bMM te the Stauthirtl. Misstiit. v. Dec. 1. Major Ronan is in^the city from the Flathead o-servutioii^He eaine to buy tents a nil other neccssariet^for the comfort of a dclt-galitiii .mil tin^chief anil four head men of a hand of^Kootan.ii Indians that he brought a few^days ago from Northern Idaho. These^lnih.tlis.whi. il live near Uoniier's^|-'orry.^lind themselves Is-ing t-rowiletl o'.tt by^w hitc scttlt-r- going into that country with^tin- railroad. While they hate to leave tin^ooiililiy. they feel comiM-llcd to tl-. so and^have t (line to sec Chief Ancas of tin ham!^of the reservation Kool.cuai alsnit 'mov^^ing to the reservation. They have camped^at tin- ageii'-y. and within a few days will^go to Pay ton eit-ek to sec Aneas. who is^now out with his band on a hunting trip.^Major Itoiiun has culled the hand in for^council, as a means and excuse to have^the Indaho Ktoinnaisconic to the reserva^^tion and they w ill prolutbly do so. I).J. Miller of Mary land, one of the five^iiispii-tors of the Indian, him-.-ni. visited^tin-rescrvation last win k. On Thursday^he ins;i^^ctcd the agency and on Saturday^a reception was given at the school .it St.^Ignatius mission for him and Major K man.^He inspected tin- schools yesterday , and^w ill leave for the West ttsmoriow. Major^MMM has about completed Lit hoii-es^uiaile of sawed logs, divided by partitions^and furnished with cooking and heating^stoves for the Indians who ivct-ntly went^to the reservation from the Hitter Knot. 'rheworUonllieehiilt-ii.ilSt. Ignatius^mission is going m rapidly. The base^^ment is completed, ami the walls are now^Ik ill- built. At.1:50 o'clock this morning Mrs. HoImtI^M ititrtiin was called from her siifTt ring^antl passed to the (iivat Hcyoiid. She^gave her life in giving birth to her first^tmrn child. The entire community ex*^tciult heartfelt sympathy to the grief^stricken hush mil and sister*. Hci-f i'lit-r.il^w ill tak^ place front the family re-si'h nee^at LML'O to-morrow aflcruooii. I'runkMtKii-e. who will meet Hilly^Kewell at the Mascot theater tiwiiorroar^night, is expected from Helen.i. where ha^has Is-cti training. Newell has ls-i-u train^^ing here, ami is in prime condition. Inn^Hates will have the manage nit-ut of the^light. w hieh w ill Is- for a purse of .fJ.VO and^$'^^) side Is'ts. He says that if tin nieii do^not light in ^ .iiuest. they gt t nothing for^their t roil Ith . Tin- fight will la- by Qjmtyjai^hui-y rules, ten luimils or mon- if referee^finds it m et ssan Lieut-natit McMurtin was this morning^relieved as regiiiienl.il atljutanl of the^Twenty -fi fill infantry , and w ill Is assignts]^to ti eotiipany for duty. Lieutenant All^drew s w ill i^erforin the duty of regimental^adjutant till a rcgiun-utal adjutant is ap^^pointed. AJury was secured in the Juitlull rust^this aft' liiik'Ii ami the examination of^wltuesses for tin- -late I* gall. TheSiK-ial Dancing club held a btaMaWM^met-ting in tin-|iar!oi'of the I'loient-t- Its-^night, ami decidctl to have iloniintye^party New Year's night and a gcrinan^shortly after the holidays, and also lo^have d.ne cs to eo'iinieucc at laM shart^Ik it-alter. TheI sa.tl III IIl-ti IIIlertag. rromtin- New Ynrk Ttliniut'. Biei-st.ult'spalming ^^The Lust of the^Buffalo.^ w hieh is on exhibition in Lou-^iloii. w us v isitvsl i In- othai .lay hy BulTalo^Bill't* troiqn'of liuhaus. Alter -..pit-ntly^rt nun kills' that Sitting Bull was among^'hi in. a l.oudo'1 Bjafjaf thiiscommcnti-tl on^the incident: ^They wondered how the^Borky Mouiitaiiis antl their lielotPtatl^Al.e-ka coultl Is- i aught and put inio a^picture of so many foct arpiaie. und they^were sure an American hud done it. Jot^*Y..ukcc has a way of laiitliug up tjfjaj^land.' they surmised.^ (Vriiups the^Yankee d.h-s hav ^ a v ay of bait ling up i he^laud, but he has m-v er ^.it Bttawplad la^move Alaska over lo tin liWft) Moun^^tains. Does the hngllsh editor evi r t^uidv^Aiuerican geography , anyway .' Th*Trei'v f tint 1 tittftt. Brilli^. Dc^. I. Tliecommi rei.il treaty^I,-'vns-n (iermauy and Belgium haj h^en^ram I-.-!- I, Tried for Taking; t |^ stray Hol^ea-Tlir^Unlive* ^iut the Watch. S|tetI-I to the sunilanl. (imvt F vuj*. Dec. 1. tlscar and Robert |^English, tried la-foie .luilge Kaec on a -^charge of taking Imwsds from the range (^and working them* whose case was ilis- j^missed on a technicality of law, it taring^Mated ill the complaint that the horses I^wen not on the range but picketed, were i^arrested again to-day and tried before^Judge Moiehousc. Ilia i hafti '^'i^!.' taking ,^up stray linrw-s and using them. Tin- 1^prisoners vv eie lined and costs each. Districtcourt convened this morning. |^The Jury will meet tismorrow morning.^Criminal cases will lie called .sisnn Mon^^day. Thisforenoon, a colored man w ho gives^his uaiiie as Jeff Wellou.ill is inpMH with ;^aiiotht-r colored num. went into the slot**^of Dyes A Jones and asked to Is^shiuv n some watches. Hiving Isiugln^oik lor #''. whih I he clerk mi-^making chuiige. VYelloti stole nuotht i^wutt h t'ltim the counter and lefj the i^torc.^I'he watch was missed shortly nin rw irtl~^antl found secreted i:i Welloii's b sitleg. Hewis urivsletl. pleaded gllilt.V la'foli JudgeKaeeuiid wus fined tss^. and cost.-.^A search revealed alMHit j-i in bills und^silver and m vci.iI unindorsed t hecks on^his |M-r-oli. which welt' pinbably stolen^from other parties. Dr.KiK-kmaii came up from Helena yes-^tcixlay for the piir|h^se tit rcniov ing .luk^-^Hai l is. alias ^^ Jew Juke.^ to tlmt pluee.^Harris had recovered siilliciciuly to stum!^tin-trip, hut the ehuliecs of his complete^recov cry* uie not the Is st. He v. as ai-coiil-^ingly removed to Hi leu.t on ihis inorii-^ing's tl.tin anil will Is- placed in the hos-^tul there. MarshalTifat, who was shot by ^Jew^Juke^ at tins plat c a short time ago. ha -^recovered sutUciently tola able to walk^around the i'.khii. In a few days the phy^^sicians will extract the bullet which^hslgett in the hack near the spine. High^hopes of his recovery an- entertained, THEGREAT WEST. ItsAdvanced ( Iv ill/alhni soon to he %p-^pi'cclitletl Ity the I'.Hsl. Irnin tin- \\ iisliiiigtnn Faat, Theholding of a nailonul isilitieal coll- '^ventioii In Minnc.i|iolis is a ilcuionatru- ^^tioti than which none coultl Is' more^striking of the potency of western pasjajMt^nnil western iulhietn e. It vv ill gathi-r to,^Ilie twin l ilies of the up|M-r Missi~-ip|ii^many |s-oplc from other sections of the 1^union who. hav ing hut a v ague and gen- '^eral know h tlge of the fact, will ht-re la*^br-'iighl face lo face vv it Ii the miracle of^progress that has been wrought in that lo^^cality since the close of the war. Theyw ill hardly need to Is reminded^win^i lin y look ii|hiii the suli-t.intiul evi^^dences of an atlwinet-d t ivilizattoll all^ibout tln in. the aHttVpaMtan aiehilei 1 urc^hut bus taken the |tlaccof the i title habita^^tion- of the pioneer, the mugnillt-ciit^churches, st-ho'ils. hotels antl public build^^ing- : the improved facilities of trallie and IIalis|Mii Lit ion 111^^^ii the ts'st modern^uicthiMls. antl the phi nomeiial ineit'ase of^an enlightened population they will^hardly need m lie ri iiuiiikil that these are^the fruits of moral und in.it. rial energies^that lllll-t of necessity evert w Ma iulhiencc^and exact res|si-tful ohei-aiiet-. Within,^litis grand domain, continually growing^greater, richer and niote |Miwcrlii'. it is^not imrcasoliuhlc to Iwlieve the future^de-iiines of the republic may In- sha|s-tl^and I he policies of the government iltter-^li.im d. Brandon'sdrug store. cortMr Main and^I irst -^. - i is. Trythe J. A. cigar at Lou Burnett's. Tothe Wholesale Trade. llurMr. Bosenllcltl has had an active^e\|^-riellcc of % ycurs in the handling of^stiiiight lis tilled distillations, lu lie* of^this fact, we deal to \onr advantage. KentuckyLiqlur Stokk.^Cor. First and Cherry Sts. AnacnmlaWnrkliizn'^ In ion Mis'l-iatMuttie building hull every Tues-^tlay at 7:Si. MemlsTs are requested to^attend. 'I hose desiring membership^should come at K p. m. AH hiv itisl. P.Soul Nscix. Preal(lt*nt.^M. B. Sphi:. InMlaf Seerciary- FrankLapier is ihe An.u onila agent for^Ui^ ky Fork coal. If you waul a g'^sl and^heap fuel call on him at Pacillc Expn ss 'IllCC. forSale ( lieu p. |elioiee home for a man of MMM^iiieuns, by Churles II.ok k, pM| MMM^tlt-uler. First street, l.iquoraof purest distillation . agist^wines, most select ami oltl. (igars of^II iv.ma's baal growth at the lit ntut ky LiquorMara, mnjar Plrat ami cherry streets._ IiIs well worth your time to visit J. C.^Keppler's Jewelry store and examine the^display of diamonds of all -i/cs. and jew^^elry in every style imaginable. .InstItccrl vc.l.^A carl.tad of choice ipple Call at^M.tcC ilhilli 4 t'loiuicr's ami .-ccthetpl.il-^| ity and learn the price. Brandon'sthug store. ^ oruer Main and^j First street... j Nice iisJ la-cr ut ( ill.ill.ill A Ahem's at^standard price. Dr.St. Jean. 212 Wi st Park avenue.^Ilo-pitul hours tl to III a. in. j Hi . I.nth is, .'10 West Park avenue, up stairs. Brandon'sdrug store, coiner Main and^I First -ti-ccls. Just24. 'lu Joe 21 hours J. V. ^. relirrei (iitittipstioti^ami fli k headache*, Alter it get* tin- ty^t,-tn^tindrr control an ot rsnotial ri.^o pri-veiift return,^wu r for hy pcrmi^!i.n |oW. II. Marshall, Hnins^wlrk House, K. I'.. Baa A.Wertn-r. Ml California^-: . I, f.; Mrs. 0, Milv iu, 1 t, K n.i.y si , s p,^suit many others who have (ouml relief fe-ai^t-'ti^!q^tlnii aii'lilrk hea'laehot. Q.tH \ iiurtit,^of i^ Terrcnct' court, s. R writes: ^I am ^^vvart^of n.-fl aod have Ik qii troubletl with raaMfJaatMa^for 3; tars, f MM recently initui't l to In Jov t^Yrizetabls Sarmi-arllla. I ret ori: lust hi it at^niii -isu hern that the Mexican* lifted to fare its^In the early Mrs for bowel trouble^ (I ^ sine tc^'..iilii Tills In i aud I knew- it would I.- lp rat^and it has. For the tlr^t lime in ;. c-tr- I can ulet-p^aaVtsM int| ttyftem U icgtila' ami M ftpl^ ndld^rtindltion. Theold Maxh an hi rbahithttrcnu-dy^are a certain cure lu constipation aud lt-twal^troubles ^ Atk for Joy's VegetableSarsaparilla Poms ai v mi \kh mm 1 WECARRY A FULL LINE OF HOWARD,WALTHAM, ELGIN,COLUMBUS HAMPDENand^WATCHES, Andalways quoto^the lowest prtces. J.MERRILLvS.CD. Sistnof the Biff Cold Wdtch FirstStreet. VV'chave just received fn^tn the manufacturers a new line of WINTERDRESS^^^^DS Ofthe very Latest Designs, comprising the CUrenouthWool Suiting-. MargateFrench Wool Suirin^. PoritaiRoagh English Cheriotj, FrenchRough Plaids in Novelty l'atrcrn^, FreachStripe Suitings, Children'sCloakings in all the New Iv-i-riK Wehave si SO just received a fine a--ortmcnt of^Ladies' Drcxs Trimmings ami iiuttons. also a fineline of Silk Ki!^hons in all numbers. Uehave alio received a line as-wrtment ot CHUDDAHCLOTHS, MOSCOWAND^ANGORA FLANNELS Inall the latest designs, Wc have also received^a full line oi LADIES'WINTER^UNDERWEAR. LADIES,'MISSES' AND^CHILDREN'S CLOAKS^AND JACKETS. Weare receiving daily new lines of Fancy and^Dress Goods. Our new stuck of Ladies,'Misses,' Cents'^and Children's Shoes, Havejust arrived, and can discount prices ever^offered before in rVuconda. D.J. HENNE5SY MERCANTILE CO. AV4CON^A BRANCH. OKGANIZLD1843. RICHARD.\ McCURDY, Paxsioi AssetsJanuary I, 1891, MoreThan $147,000,000.00 Haspaid policy holders mere than S,04,000,000. liaspaid in Dividends mi Profits alone more than SS ;,ooo,0O0. liaspaid mmc to policy holders than the other two largest Americancompanies combined. WritesBay form of policy written by any other American^company. ADDRESS G.W. e. SMITH, CnnerulAgent for Montana and Idaho, Bu^^ or Helana. NOMORE BACK ACHE Ft'certtlythe fAHou-Ing ttoftct ai . ^i ^ \j fn ihe^baft frmncftco Cttronkf*. lndjrShad .nrm fickabout f wo week-,im i it wit* ii't Mtttil Um I t-I tht*e of^four days th.it th- ni.il.ttly ti^^ik s*-ri^ni - turn.^At th* bef^n tilng of hi- illm h** -sinft t^*'l from^dialM-ira mul Ht'irtiurh dlaorfsWr. I-ater Mir^kjamty* rt-f'^^^^! to perform their futit mid^he pasard quietly away. 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