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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1891.
THEANACONDA STANDARD. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THB YbAR. OrUrrr*4lby rsnvr or mail at l^n dollars a^year, ilm-o dollars ^ i|iiartn or^oar ilolUr a mooth. THESTANDARD Iitttsonlv^t^ll^ nMrM^t|*^r trtasrsph itts-^jval. lu - In 1 ^^-^^! I.oiljo minify. II |^rluu^more leit'^i .,|.iu.- nowKtlian any other^iw^^|i.il^'r In Mutilans. Corrcfcponilfurswill Ihimiws, li'Urre should 1* wttlrrssisllu THESTANDARD. Comerof Main and Third streets, Annconds.^Mont.111:1. MONDAY.llKCl'MHICR 1*^1. THEYtAR S FIRE RECORD. Twomore grout lire*, each entailing^a Iosk of half a million or more, occurred^Saturday. Tim tire insurant* rompa-^nieti are t'limplHiiiing of hanl lurk ami^plenty of it. They tell iih that their^losses in the I niteti States for the first^ten months of the year exceeded t^12.^^.-^iHIO.fMlO. That was an average of aliout^three millions a week: and since No^^vember the average has reached four^millions a week, or I trifle less than^six hundred thousand dollars a day.^These ligures. If correct,are hig enough^to In- appalling: and. when account is^taken of the tact that a large |iereent-^age of lircs is caused hy carelessness,^they should serve a purpose. Lastyear's losses reached .*S0,000,000^and the Insurance nu n thought they^had good and sulliciint cause for kick^^ing then. They say they cannot find^any satisfactory rxpl.tnathm for this^year's marked increase, hut content^themselves with attributing it to hard^luck, in which opinion they are proba^^bly more than half right. They de^^clare that they cannot lay their heavy^losses to poor and inadequate lire de^^partments, for the most disastrous^conflagrations occurred in St. Louis,^Louisville and Chicago, where the tire^tlepartnieiiis are fully up to the times.^This may be true enough, but it looks^like a cunning device to enable the^companies to insist on stiller rates in^cities possessing good facilities for ex^^tinguishing tires. There seems to lie a^go^^d ileal of craftiness, to tall it hy no^harder name, in the insurance business^anyway. The companies are always^complaining of hanl luck, but it stands^to reason that if luck is against them^some years it is with them in others,^and there isn't any doubt that in the^long run they manage to make a^mighty good thing out of it. Certainly^only a few companies, and those the^smaller and less experienced fry, ever^find it necessary to close up shop anil^go out of business. Theinsurance people cannot lay any^of their heavy losses to Montana's^door. This state has enjoyed marked^freedom from tlisastrous lircs in MM,^and at the exorbitant rates in force^here the companies must have collectetl^a sum that will help them a good bit^in settling their losses in Hie Kast. SecretaryTracy docs not anticipate^any difficulty in getting the necessary^apiiropriation for Ml department from^congress. There are twenty-two ships^now in process of construction in^American navy yards, the last one id'^which will lie completed in IS'.M under^the present plans. The estimate is^9l2.om.iMl. which is less by !*.^..(NK1000^than the amount appropriated at (he^last congress, ami unless that is appro^prlated it will cripple work a I ready ho^gun. There would be no wisdom in^that, ami congress will probably lie^ready to do what the navy department^asks. Kinmonslllaiue, son of .lames Q,^Maine, when recently asked if his^father would Is- a candidate for the^presidency, suill: ^My father occupies^the same |Mtsition to-day he did in IsT'l.^He is a party man: he is in the hands^of his party just as he was fifteen^years ago. w hen he was defrauded id'^his nomination by a triek, and if I^may use the ahsuod word, he has 'con^secrated' himself to that party anil^will Is-just as ready to lead the battle^now as he was then.^ If Cniinons^Maine means anything he means that^his father is a candidate. It is eu^tirely possible, however, that Kminolis^Maine's knowledge of .lames Ii.^Maine's intent ions is no more exten^Hive than that of other |s^s|^le. Hut^the interview with sou Kuimnns should^all on I an excellent op|^ortunity to son^Hussell tor a tew general observations^on the candidacy of his father as well. HORSEMEAT^Horse flesh may Is- a delicacy, in^flavor It may compare very tavorablv^w ith that of pork or even w ith that of^U'ef. while in point of nourishment it^may rank us high as any of the staples^^f the butcher shop, lint the taste of^, Americans has not been educated up^to it. Ks|m-cially is horse, considered^us an article ol food, repulsive to the^farmer and it was to ha\e been ex^^pected that the ire of zealous old I ncle^.terry would be excited to a high pitch^by the reports that vast quantities of^horse are Is-ing palmed off on Xew^York and Miicago jieople as prime^beef. Forsome time an establishment for^the slaughter of worn-out horses^has lieen maintained no* tar from^M'ooklyu. New York. Many of Un^^horses killed and prepared lor the meat^markels of the city of New York and^for export, were diseased, old. sp.ivmcd^and glandered animal.. Secretary^Husk learned about t lie business, and^promptly detailed ineii to in\^\.t igute^the matter. The result n/sj the se./uie.^a few tlays ago, of seventy live barrels^of diseased horse meal. The secre^^tary's authority is limited, lie cannot interferewith the sale of these meats^in the state, or city of New York. The^state anil local authorities have control^of these matters. The seizure was^made under the act of March It, mil,^which gives the secretary of agricul^^ture authority toins|^ect meat intended^for interstate and foreign commerce. Thesecretary's investigations have^led him to believe that the industry in^horse flesh is a very extensive one.^The worst of it is that the horses^turned into meat are invariably either^sick or worn-out. Well horses are too^valuable for the purpose, since made^into steaks, reasts and sausages no horse^is worth more than MM dollars at the^most. It is time to look for a general^agitation for legislation prohibitiugthe^sale of horse Mesh unless it In- projierly^labeled, like oleomargarine. Judgingfrom the tone of the news^papers of Ohio, the ShermanT'ornkor^light has reached that point where pas^^sion prevails over judgment. It is^stated with a good ileal of positiveness^that after all S'liator Sherman's re^^election is uncertain. The legislature^Is claimed by the Foraker men. From^time to time members who have been^non-committal come out for the ex- Xernor,to the surprise of the slier^lites. The chief cause of S nator^Sherman's trouble is said to Is- the fact^that Ohio is richer than any other state^in politicians who fancy they are lit^for any office that pays a salary. They^want senatorships, and they think^senator Sherman ought to he retired^to give younger men a chance. F-x-^(iovernor I'oraker is a man of this sort.^Many Ohio,ins do not like Mr. Sher^^man's lniancial record. Many of Sher^^man's enemies do not like l'orakeraiiy^too well either, hut they regard him as^the lesser of two evils. Anyway the^ex-gnvcruor is giving the famous gold^bug a dusty hunt. THE JANUARY CONVENTION. Thestate irrigation convention is to^lie held in the city of Helena on Thurs^^day, .lanuary 7. The object is to have^action taken in behalf of the state on^the plan for irrigation which was fa^^vored by resolutions adopted at the^convention lately held in Salt Lake. If^the Salt Lake resolution rinds favor^with the delegates in the Helena con^^vention, Montana w ill be exjiectwl to^join in a request to congress for legis^^lation agreeable to its terms. Itwill be remembered that, in the^Salt hake convent ion. the resolution in^question was not adopted until the de^^bate hail been exhaustive its terms^were not satisfactory to all the dele^gates. The plan is t hat all lands now^a part of the public domain, except^mineral lands, lie granted m trust,^upon such conditions as may serve the^public interest, to the separate states^and territories, for the purpose of irri^^gation. In a general way. this is the^plan which appears to Is- in favor in^the laud ollice at Washington. Thequestion is one which, in an^e.pei i.tI way. merits attention in this^state. The delegates to the convent ion^have lieeu named by the commissioners^of the sixteen counties. and if the re^sponse is wlial it ought to be there w ill^be nearly two hundred men in attend^aneewheii the hour for organization^conies. It is hoped that those who^have MM named to sii in thisconven^tion will make ii a point to attend. CHILI'SGAME. Thenavy people at Washington,^whoe\|h'ct to be \rr\ busy pretty soon^pounding an apology nut of the Chili^aus, have recently MMH to shutout^all inquirers about the movements of^vessels, not because they care much^about whether I'll il i knows that our^vessels are being made ready, but^rather from the fact thai loo much^earnestness has led the Chilians to^make ready for resistance. IftMJ are^determined to lie very ine.iu. the ^ liilt-^ans w ill refuse to IftTgtpT Willi just^about the time when the president is^ready to declare war against them, and^t hen make a formal regret. thus put I ing^us to t he t rouble of get ling reads w it h^out affording the government a chance^to batter dow n Valparaiso or compel^an indemnity equal to the cost of^lillillg out the expedition. Thereis some reason to lielieve thai^Secretary Tracy will have a chance to^provflhut a navy is a good thing lo^have about. If there was no more of^a naval force now than there was lie^fore a democratic administration took^hold of the* sen ice. Chili might defy^us for years and not Ik- hi danger. ASTO THF TUCHrRS^The school teachers of Montana^meet in annual naavantioM to-day.^Kaoh year the sessions of this ussocia^tion Income more interesting and^proiiftible. It is gratifying to note^that interest in the work of education^keeps pace with the growing popida^tion and commercial prosperity of the^state. Ill these periodical RkMtingaof^| the teachei s and i' lucators great good^is w.orked for the public si hook. The^indifferent teacher is inspired^new life and ambition: worthless^or faulty methods are assailedj the^work of imparl ing knowledge to the^young is made easier for the tejeherby^a comparison of the methods adopted^as the result of experience in the school^room. ,In Ho/euiau the teachers will met!^w (111 a handsome reception the mo^plo of the principal city in the Qallatitl^valley Iium-a well established remit.i^t ion for hospitality. An iMMWtiag question involving^the extent of ,t wife's duties to bar husbandhas bam brought befoN I^Maryland court l^\ I getitioa lor a di-^\o'ce filed by a mall w In, feels ag-^grieved over Ins partner's treatment of him. It appeari from tin Italtiie *itnthat among tl e grids which be allegesas safficienl raasa for Indlclal^intorferuica is the startling charga thathis wife refused to poultice a^carbuncle which was disturbing the^peace and happiness of the complain^^ant. This seems to lie one of those^cases where plenty of good argument^can lie offered on either side. For the^husband it may lie urged that for a^wife deliberately to decline to poultice^under such paint id circumstances in^^dicates a degree of cruel indifference^that would amply justify a divorce.^On the other hand counsel for the de-^tense will doubtless contend that a^man with a carbuncle is a dangerous^and disagreeable patient, tit to lie^treated only by a physician or profes^^sional nurse. Taking into considera^^tion his sensitive state of mind, for his^wife to attempt to apply a poult ice to^the carbuncle would involve conse^^quences disastrous, if not fatal,^to connubial felicity. The wife,^therefore, can insist that she was act^^ing for the best. A judicial determina^^tion of this th licate ami complex ques^^tion will be of wide interest. NMM.I A lill'-MNOKTKK. linnit ^'^r Willi I Mil Might Involve I ^^In a llnrrltile struggle. Promtin' Salt Ijike Tribune. Ahwe loo!, at it. the only rssixihilily of^war will be tliroiijrb the meddling of those^in authority in Chili, vim represent ^,^ r-^luauv and Croat Uritain. They are two^countries that smart very much under the^determination of the government of the^Catted States to maintain the Monroe doc^^trine. They want colonics ill Mexico,they^w .tut nl her colonies in llruzil. ill Central^America and in Venesuoltt. They do not^like to rest under the claim of the t'nited^States, that they must not. in a govern-^nieui.il way . Interfere ,m 11i!k continent.^Ami ii is jiisi possible iliat their ivpresent-^atiies arc MsMng the Chilians to wnr^and promising them material help which^their ships could give in that event.^Should that be the case there would bo^such a war as has noi In en heard of in a^goad while: there would not only Is- a war^w i'.h Chili, Inn there would Is- a war up in^Canada, anil there would be such a light^^ing of the ocean with the Mimics of British^ships on tin-, that it would eonvi rt the light intotlay. It would lie a haul game^for the 1'uitetl Staiex, but when it would^lie passed it would In- found that our^eountiy had HMggM from the vortex tlli-^iliniiliislied in strength and mightily atl-^Vaaeed in prestige and in the world's re- S|MS*t. (overmiirnt Ow BBtSMg of Ht'lroaiN. fromthe San rrmirlsni t'htoniele. JosephNiiinno. jr.. is busily engagisl in^the apparently agn cable tusk of breaking low u I he grow ing sentiment in favor of^government ownership of railroads. A re^^cent article I nan his |x-tt published in the^Chicago n*JbaaS is IsMtig sent broadcast^o\er the land. It contain* some state^^ments which demand correction, among^I hem the assertion that Australia has^abandoned slate ownership of railroaiU. Thisis a mistake.as New South Wales. Ill-^steail of show ing ati^ signs of dissatisfac^^tion with her s; stein, actually oontciu-^plaies liroadening it. Mr. Niniino's anxi^^ety about the evil effect upon national^polities of so great an incrcusc of the civil^service as go-ennneat ow nership of rail^^road-, would bwoho is a tcillc ludicrous in^\i' W of the fact that the railroads of the^1'iiit'd States luir bam notorious for^their tendency lo corrupt Icgislatutcs.^cougM-sscs and the courts. If an increase^ofllif civil service would bring half as^nutiiy evils in its train ns railroad tiirrsi-^raliou interference with government af-^t.iii I has done, keen oliserveik would M^liiueh astonished. Ingattt,Praia Mi hasklya Kast*. BajMairepublicans do not take kindly^to the suggestion ol' John J. lugalls as a^successor to the laic Senator IMutub.^Their bjdMatsmaa to BttgaMp is not sur^^prising. Since he. defeat Tor rei-lection^hy Pclfcr he has ^ ared less for the fate of^the republican parly in Kansas than for^the cabbages on his muck furiu near Atch^^ison. W hen his party was engaged last^I.t 11 in a crucial struggle with the iflliaWS^itK representatives ap|m-alisl to liim tor^nid. Itegardless of the honors w I tie h for^IS years he had clijoyisl at its lianiN. lie conicmplUollsly refused to assist i' aeon-^test for republican existence. Senator^Plumb's exertions in the eampa'g'i laid^foundations for the disorder V'luchcost^him his life. I.yen in Kansas ^Mood i-^thleUer ihati water.^ T herefore tin Kati-^stts ro|Hll^JieuttN prefer a consistent ligbtor^to a pretentious deserter and iugraie. |u- galls'|iros|Hs-isof returning lotbe sstaass all'not raasi uring. The country will^easily siu y Ive 'lie atlliet ion of hi- i StsStofd^absence. \iiiiiscni In the windy liljr. Another|silicenian has lieen siisju-iiili d^from the foli c simply Iss aitse he w.issc^*n^dealing ii citison. B^ and by ii will M^imposstdle for a paMBBMBtt who w nils tt^^ki-c|i hi .-hi .itioii lo elud even small Ix js. Uleaps Waawa TheI a.i WraW, Kieinthe WaterlHiry AineiH'Sa. TheAincrieun tin plate hoont only^lleisleil the iiilvm acy ol Kli Perkins to add^the last touch of ridioillouslieie*. Itni|^loelly Willi ( llllia. TI.eemperor of China is studying die bugiishuuignaga. This is ansSber - Irtury forii'cipitM-iiy. .VII Vinerican ear I'otidui--^lors sjM-ak ^ liinese Huetll ly. ' 7m^^^;/^ Slml. riiii ii onnioin, i'm.u^ i ^ -Iih kin;; Is too kin. 1! SWttSBt OhSS ieiiatnhl|i it^HiOth a i, a tu IthaisH]paystar nun in nubile Mrs is n4tt-^rsss raeansi bj sesSlM HbMs, /( -'' ,. rrtata,^'^ a HtHset ali ^ie ^ i final ii- lo I'* * *a S*StM ' tMageansHistiasstlN saagi ss assM ii Mai SS].even naMtMai not cm'isIIv s- pMS.^sii a/1. Ii1 lt^ tin hi^ ^ i. laW. Masis Iks -i-iit iii He bsalslssa asasst na | to^to i^^ 11^ lbssalMsMery inmue m 1 w.ti.i irss^inilnrnsiisail ttskati m ti^' ferM. lbs kstii|^wii -i .in buuaa lo win Vss i ' I'lim i ^ ft'^.i^i^*. ,tiM4 r, nut. lliul baa w ill In- fur^ il ii|^iii lie- M ilill* Mft^parly In ana IV Itlsli,^ ^ itlne j-t- noitlit aswell iii..,i iij. Halt hi.n4*i In las' ilo-it^llieitl ^iln Ilia,II^ I- I'ltf. I' ' llatri-oii , It i , iiii.'lm Win lil- ft' 11' f'i. ilt i Ilie Mrss Ii - liffi rtn. tlisl se-.is- Mgbn i It^f iprnelty, Itisl nulsvfs, rm^ me i- ^nl) Hal bstabstloli. tliMt r'-t^i-** Ana tf-ali* lo s'lilefittei^tii.f s ^ ill hurt I lie |epf till':ui I'Mtl j iii;-'.' much -nt-c lli-iu In. Ilui'-lisi4 a^merely rhelnii**al thru- I'. Iiijafeil It- *mu^ill.laic In I MM- An'' lasft It ^^II. g* TheraiiM' of tal.it I' firtti. lot- tim la ^! ' %l*i/r^if progress Wll'-ll ln^i.fe^ It ,-^nlfial |^ rnoue ol abstrsiaisalo iialoi'lnsl-. It i th* ^ooi ^^f in*^dMaoeratts part} SsaSsp,asvlMstss ^im. an -liall.e-to wppaai Hint II^ dsSSSt 'S Mi^Mill-for fit^ -ja ak'T-lup MSaS Mrf t'^H bts^i'llti.l i., fn -' in jf Hie 11 a i'lntt'im ifit.i Hill ii' f , it* HI, HIIKl: MONKV THAN NKKItKU. Th Bank* Hold Mum Than Nln^t*rii^Millions or IlolUr*. ('orrespntiitewePliluulelptils Pulilk l^lger. Tliereis nnw itHire money in New York^than there is need for. The hanks hold^over |PJ,aW.t^l more Ml the law rt^|iiiros^them to. Money is How ing hi from the^interior soil being distributed by the ro\-^ernnieul. Willi lite supply abundant, the^demand has been small. The speculators^have needed little, and the merchants^even bank Itulos have declined to s very^low figure, ami if you want any money^now. anil have good collateral, you can^get it almost on your own terms. The^situation is indeed remarkable in this^resijcct. Ill a few tlays the i-or|Miratioiis^and the government will Ix-gin the distri^^bution of over SIIJO.UM.aiU in interest and^dividends, thus adding to the money seek^^ing in v ostioent. Bankersare complaining that I bey ^bsvo^never known stioh it dull lime.^ II looks.^how'o\ or. ns if a use would soon U-found^for the surplus money. There is a nota^^ble demand for investment securities.^Tito safeM of bond* show this. In the^slack exchange alone over $14..^^00.U(I0 of^howls wen* dealt in Inst week, and there^is no record kepi of the amount wild ^over^the counter^ of the banking bouses. It^would not ho surprising if speculator*^look advantage of the plethora of money^and the big earnings and increased cliti-^(lends of the railroads to start unotber^boom in stocks as stsin as the holidays are^over. Thul's the talk in Wall strts:'!. Hut^before then- call Is- a boom t lie re must he^s willing public. Then1 is certainly every^indication of a revival of activity, hut^things don't always happen just us they^are cx|hs'tisl in Wall street. IIIIIs(TM AH IN liKORCilA, (Tirl-tnutstimes In HeorglH them's the time-^for jsSI Kvervtlilug'sa lliimmln' rcg'lar julillee!^Turkey, lirowii ami Juicy PfgBag let 'em roll!^An' tin' young folks msklu' merry as they ^ 11mt^^Hie greasy pole: rhlstmastimes in lienrgiii- pn'sents for the^folks: tllilfriemls -liakin' llaml- agen- tellin' nlil time Um (lame-with kisslu' in cm many a iw.u k an^hug Tosstin' foniniu' eggtiog olt an' tilt the old^In own Jug. -.4^/mif^ I iiimfifufton. Iilalio'sKeoundrelH. from the IS'iiver New^. Thescoundrels who under the name of a^^bureau of education^ ill Idahofteooed nil-^einployisl school touchers by offering situ^^ations at high salaries in consideration of^a H foe. should lie made to feel the full^|h nally of the law . The I'llitiil State*^mail cannot he too rigidly guarded^against use by calculating sw indlers v\ lib^would profit from the gullibility of peo^^ple or from their nifcssitios. The govern^^ment should not Is-a party toooltl-hlooded fraud. AnArMSMa swin.iic. Fromthe NV^ Haven Iteglster.^l*is,pl,' who have admired ^The An- gelus on the Btreugth of the inmteiise^sum paitl for it will doubtless feel as^though they had Man swindliil when they^learn that the picture lias gone buck to^France and tliere is a suspicion that the^sale was a Imgus one. Titers are still^many whose appreciation of an all work^is measured by the price |iaid for it. INIT. sheput on! Iici fisit just enough lo abtobvja^The i ather liiniuiiitlM' slye of her host :^And mill: ^.Vly friends to buy |in-sent^ are^gaanag. Ami i111.1 tilings thev are certain t^ Nfl^Now what thins i- prettiest tell me your uiiml^1 cstipo-^liii^-get in my stir'klng*.'* Ilisikeil ilo\^ ii al her foot ami Imikoil up al her face. Andshe linuoil \ullt a moilerate measure of^grace. Mnl-nut ^I'll Is* rainesl but noit't think me^shocking: Ilnv may gel what Ihey choose, but tkStSS uotlilng.I -^cai.^\\ Inch evei ti-inolely UegSH lo enmpare^With what you have now In your sbH'kiiifE. -Jassn ion' Drssna, sreklnga Change. Diss it |Kty lo he n Christian V^ is the^question aslosl in a I'ittsdurg |m|^er. The^v. titer has prolsibly found that it doesn't^pay to Is- an editor and he is 11,inking of^trying something new. HnSaVag 1'flrgiiim. gagand It- I nilrrslanillntc. ACalifornia hermit has tslncatisl his en-^MM Hook of Hbsbaagt They have not y et^not so far. however, as to understand w hat^Mr. Mckinley has done for American^wool. iAfuiirilh iVno'iWx/oio-iio/. KMC MONOAV HIIIIMMI. HankI'lesidcul Yon will have lo goto^Canada alone: 1 shall gi\c my sell up. CMdkWIfyoudoyou will go to stale^prison. HankPrealdf'tii Well. ii^s a t^s^s-up;^and Pvabaan to Cannda, r^batb. Thegadi, dSSgnanl ill every I.UHl. Pladlmany pliI hanl to^ limb; Amipal iii*' g'sise is ileally loyeil^In every mi^ al t 'hrl-tinas time. dndjsjL MiiIm-I Yes. I give you my hand with^my In an in ii.^Jack Yon cannot do that.^Mals-I Why not ' JackYour hand is bM dainiily small In^hold such a huge Iwart Thatmad^ lie ^ ng igi-ment irii vis itble.^^ Ha i'i* i 'y Mi BT, Keallursionc I tell you. old man. you^ought to ha M with ^ girl like Miss Cros-^gr.iin. fcW Mther tnvols a great deal,^and while he is away we bit to a lowly^lime. Mngtsai What do you da when he aasnssbanss T f'ialio i-stone Then I travel. I.ifr. winu i^ pastas iha arsaaj you n- rssaMg i.t lusg .1 -lory rare^in.i.ihi tin Willi, yoi. te ipaahiaa Wal In .i-iit' 'I by some one tlu rs. Andlb' ^ II ' SUMS ftHt liiiiiiliialioll HWor*Hi' n rsne Ibr^r'te run.^And | mi 111 and moil Itical Ion. Thesord- thai ^^^1 l^ l' '^ tun. .Vi n I in h P| rft. |ji^l fellow wlsi says he is unable to woil jil-l found a dollar. ^Ad'Usnasgbswimldltty.bsa M is^in ^^ toll. I wmS MnsldsB Maidst lib.nl understand what you see in a gBMBof liH.ll.all -aid. Vo'iaee atara.*' replied Hie new player emphatically. U^' v'^ i,i, .inf pfeMSSSpM M ioi-^l'.n is not 1am IbeII it'll ^f ltl^ i^^* t t' *'lll^K t^ o- HOIS - tei y pMa ivt ii peradvoati re no ni-liiiald l- ihy lauip. Pala iMoatbe ksSatepi ..f ibr pMtoss i,al.iiamp V.a I'm I. Hi 'a,a^Mi ToiiiIh.Iim Ho^ an' mi i In ling lie da Mi I angb liasnas Mi...I aiigb tongue Hit. d.^ tor. I bava^lie iini-l atSSillntslna fiain III ni^ licid.^onllli.ll bill ii Ha ul USIVt minima tn.u^f Us brala. ^^^'^a ' ion nr. MacCallum^ Cloutier, -=EGR0CERIESAND PROUISIOfiS Thecheapest in the city. Gents'Furnishing Liquors and Cigars, Goods,The Choicest Brands. NewStock, Reasonable Prices Teasand Coffees Ofthe finest quality. Ourstock is almost entirely new. Youwant our goods and we want^your trade. MacCALLUM^ CLOUTIER, BO' Par^nvoernceh..tnut. KATZENSTEIN^ COHEN a a ^ a a Withave just received the largest and most select stock of Thathas ever been brought into Anaconda. SOFTHATS,^DERBY HATS,^SILK HATS, InAll the Latest Styles. Nothingold or out of date. Kvcryone of our hats from the latest blocks. Ifyou want a hat we can suit you. ^ ^ v v Wchave a complete stock of Silk Hand^^kerchiefs ami Scarfs in all colors, shades and sizes.^If you wish to make your husbands your brother,^or some other girl's brother a present, here is your^opportunity. SILKSUSPENDERS,^PATENT SUSPENDERS, I.vcrykind, style and price of Suspenders. SOCKS,Silk- MfatoMSJ Wool. Merino, etc. Allof the very best quality, at prices that wiU^surely meet with your approbation. Katzenstein^ Cohen, Gents'Furnishing Goods,^Hats, Caps, Clothing, Hoots and Shoe- Cornerof First and Cherry Streets, Anaconda. LOSEE^ MAXWELL, 110 MAIN STREET, Havejust received an elegant line of the NEWESTSTYLES IN AND LADIES'.MISSES'^CHILDREN'S Consistingof C.ipes, Jacket*. Fur Trimmed CoatJ^ami Misses' and Children's Long Coats. . . . WE1NV1TK INSPECTION. LOSEE^5s MAXWELL, 1 10 MAIN STREET.