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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3L -8oi-
THEANACONDA STANDARD. IN PUBLISHEDEVERY^THE YEAR DAY Delivered rat-rlcr cr null lit ten dollars^jear, three ildUrs a i|ii^rter or^oue tlollar a nioutU. THESTANDARD lsttieonly ilaiiy iirw*pa|^T with telegraph rtls-^pati'lir- In Kerr UNler county. It prints^moreMMVMfMinow ^ Hum any utlier^newsjtHiicr In Montana. CorresiiouiW'nceami business letters should l^e ailitresseilto THESTANDARD. Cornerof Main ami Tlilnl streets, Anaconda,^Montana. THt'KSOAY.liKCF.MBER 31. 1W1. Ayear sro tn-ilay Senator l'lunil) ^^f^Kansas wan lighting the fore* hill.^Tellor. Wolcott and Stewart were help-^iiifC liim. These all are republicans^antl the force hill was a republican^measure, hut it was disowned If them^and by the Itetter element in the party.^Senator Iliimb had a rimm! deal of in-^deitendeiu-e ahont him, and his death^is on that account the more deplorable.^The present hour linds an angry con^^test going on forthe possession of the^seat in the senate which lie honored.^Alliance men control the legislature in^Kansas, and they are shouting lor a^special session. The governor is a re^^publican and. of course, he does not^want to heed this demand. It will^trouble Kansas to send to Washington^as good a man as Senator IMiiiiibpriivetl^to lie. Weregret that the city of Unite^comes up to the closing day of the^year in dense ignorance regarding thai^wonderful mystery known as the Untie^City Water company. The Stankac-d^has (ried hard ever since last summer^to lind out something about lliecou^cern. its ownership, its liuaucial stand^^ing tad lis intentions, hut the i 11^|^iii v^lias been bootless. When it comes lo^the water question. IK'.M will be re-^membrred ill Unite as the year of the^great mistake. Thai an excellent^plant is not now well advanced toward^completion is wholly the fault of men^who sat in (he city council last April;^hut there's no good in crying over^spilt milk or spoilt water. The au^^thorities concluded to get u.ner^from Boston, and we must reiiieinlier^thai it takes a good w hile to put a pipe^line across the continent. ITWILL BE FUNNY^An entertaining gentleman, fresh^from Washington and enjoying the^rank of private secretary to Commis^^sioner farter, tells our evening con^^temporary in llutte that 'the country^w ill sec a whole lot of fun among the^members of congress.^ and that ^ the^outlook for a free silver bill is very^slim. Infortiniately. free coinage has al^^most uniformly had a slim outlook to^those who are in Mr. Carter's coterie:^the metal had a memorably slim look^on that eventful day in .lime. MM,^when Mr. Carter of Montana and Mr.^Hoatuer id' Louisiana were paired.^It is gratifying to be assured, bow^ever. Dial since the democrats got in^control of the house of represent at ives.^free coinage has assumed a much nunc^robust look. II wouldn't surprise us to^see an out and out free-coinage bill^reported from Mr. Illand's committee^within thirty days. Kepublicans in^the house will voteagainst it. almost to^a man. and some democrats will op^^pose it. hut the bill will get a majority,^and then President Harrison will have^an opportunity to set up his veto^against the popular will. Whencongress takes this action^there will, in fact, he an era of genu^niely funny times, as the interview in^our Butts conteni|m^rary puts it. The^West will be fairly hilarious: the con^summation will In- painfully funny, for^the republicans who promised to do^the rigid thing by silver when llarri^son was vote-hunting and who went^hack on their pledge through their^representatives in the l'ifl^ lirst con^gress. Ilwill Is- t'111111\: you bet your life it^w ill Is* too Iuiiiix for any!hing. M.LLIONS N THEM. Thetime has a^aiu rolled around for^moral discourses upon the enormous^and constantly increasing consump^^tion ol alcoholic l^e\erages and tobacco^in the Tinted ^^tatcs as shown by the^annual statement ^d the internal rev^Wine depart incut. The ligures are in^^deed startling and suggestive enough DuringIhc |MT, flof instance, there^were smoked in this country four bil^^lion four hundred and six million ci^gars, an increase of three hundred and^eighty seven millions. This total, of^^ ours*', includes do'cestic ci;:ars onlv.^Then nearly three billion cigarettes^were consumed, an increase of upwards^of half a billion. The nation's cigar^bill was three hundred and tlurtv mil^^lion dollars, to say nothing of a few^hundred million s|ieut for tobacco in^ol her tonus. Hutalt hough tobacco cuts a tolerably^ves|icctahlc hgure all alone by itself.^i^ is not to lie eonip.ired 111^its statistnal relations to the^greatness and grandeur of liipior.^Where tohaeco costs its millions liipior^costs its tens of millions, tine round^billion of dollars is what the |ieople ol^this country e\|^euded ill drinks during^the liscal year, an increase of thirty^odd millions over the achiexeinent of^1 lie year preceding. There is not much^comfort in these ligures for the teni-^)ierance people, unless thev can 1'nni it^in the fact that a strong tendency to^^ward lighter drinks is ilisco\erable.^Thus, while the total output of btM^was increased b^ three million barrels,^the nutcase in the manufacture of whiskeyami other bard stuff was only^three million gallons. Curiousand suggestive ns is the^enormity of these ligures, precious lit^^tle practical good can lie done by stat^^ing them. If the tem|ierauce orators^should repeat them until every old^toper had them committed to memory,^and if every man. woman and child^should paste them in their hats, they^would still U- jicrfectly valueless as^an agent for restricting the liquor evil,^statistics are as incapable of exerting^any moral influence as a table of^logarithms: they are interesting and^somewhat instructive, but their power^of usefulness extends no farther. , TWOOF A KIND. Alongcomes to the Standard office^a widely-known Knglish ' newspaper^which reprints a letter written by Mr.^Ituskiu in 1S7-I. Interest is the topic^discussed by the writer, ami his views^are for all the world what might l^e ex^^pected from an art critic so conspicu^^ously erratic as Husk in was. ^To^make money,^ says the letter, ^either^by lending or taxing, is a sin. If peo^^ple really ought to have money lent to^them, do it gratis: it is a double sin to^lend it to them for pa*. Wecommend this vagary to Senator^Stanford, in small ho|^e, however, that^he will Is- duly impressed thereby.^The millionaire California!! has a^scheme which he regards as a marked^improvement on the sub-treasury mon^^strosity, lie would have the govern^ment print any amount of greenbacks^- millions ol them. Then every Mf-^son who is a citizen of the I'niled^Mates, or who has declared his in^^tention lo become such, and who^owns land, may have advanced on^such real estate one half of its assessed^value, the interest on the loan to be^two per cent a year. If the owner of^(he land owes for any part id' it, the^government will lake up the debt and^make its tidal loan eipial to the full^value ol Ihe pro|m'ity. Inllieeiid the^government may foreclose, if that^course becomes necessary. Mr.Hanford actually defends this^plan as one upon winch the govermeut^ought to enter. lie and Mr. linskin^are very which apart. ImiiIi as to the^jMilicy of loaning and Mm honesty of^charging interest | and il is not easy lo^say which of (he two men gives the^more substantial evidence of lunacy. Ifoui friends in I leer Lodge proposi^^ti! be in the capital light, they must lie^up and at it. The cily can make a good^sliowing.il has ils points, hut it is go^^ing Intake a good deal of rustling to^gel a phice in nexl year's race. Over^in ISo/emaii. even body is enlisting for^the capital war. I'rcdiclious about the^outcome w ould be eld n ely grat llilous^at this time, yel it is evident that^Ito/einaii's candidecy is receiving a^good many e\idenccs of popular up^proval. In our opinion, the contest^will not Is- very far aihaliccd before^llo/enian. on a showdown, can rail)^more actual strength than Helena will^Is- able lo boast. The shrewd thing tor^Helena to do is to pledge its support to^llor.emau at an early stage of the con^test. NEW FASHIONS IN POSTAL CARDS^It was about one year a,;o 1 hal I'ost^master Ib-ucral Wauainakci suggested^the idea of manufacturing postal cards^in a variety of sizes and colors. As a^dry goods merchant he foresaw infinite^|hissihilities in the way of new ami^striking patterns. With a rich ami^varied assortment constantly in stock,^and by occasionally introducing en^lirely fresh styles, he felt certain of a^llattering increase in his aggregate^sales. This brilliant project has now^materialized. Twonew |H^stal cards have been^placed upon th^' market as a starter,^flic postmaster general shows good^sense and good taste in thus proeeed^ing slowly with the enterprise. \^multiplicity of novel! ies at the liegin^ning might have so confused and hc-^wihlcied purchasers as seriously to re^^tard the postotlicc business of the^country. It would have been impos^sihlo to avoid a rush and a ci ush at^the stamp window. Ladies, espe^( ially, would have needed plenty of^time to make their selections liny^would have wanted postal cards to^match their dress goods or haruion-^i/e wilh their complexion*. It^was wisdom. therefore. on the^part ol Mr. W ananiakcr. to^llasli upon the public only two new^styles at lirst. As (he business devel^^ops, as po.slal card novel! ies are popu^lari/ed. as greater perfect toil is^reached in originality and altraetive-^iicss of design, postmasters can in^^crease their facilities lor receiving and^displaving new goods lo the best ad^^vantage, and ladies ami gentlemen will^expel icin-e no more inconvenience I liau^thev encounter in shopping for other^wares. Inadvertising his new stoek Mr.^\\'auamaker rightly puts great stress^upon its sii|ierioi ^|iialil\. Moth the^new cards are pronounced more dura^hie than the card now in use. In si/e^one is a Irille smaller and the other^quite a little l.uger than the present^card, the small card is of ^a light^gray color, very strong ami hard lo^tear.^ In texture il is of the Mu st ami^liest. and. as vv ill readily he surmised.^It isdesigued principally for ImUmMttj^for general use hv bolh sexes on bu m il^soeietv occasions. This postal card^will undoubtedly U| a long,^bul rather obscurely, fell want.^The other new card is fully an inch^longer and three fourths of an inch^wider than the raid now in use. Its^color is deserils'd by the pwtuflln^authorities as ^a coniinerci.il yellow.^^and its ipiabty also is said to be of the^lirst order. I'or a stamp Ihere is a^large and beautiful likeness ol ( iciHI li^limit and the bureau ol engrav mg and^printing has f.nrlv 1MB pad itsill to^produce a woik o| art. Tina PMtL o| ifMime, is intended for gentlemen only.^Mr. Wanamaker is to Is- complimented^on his new styles. It should lie born^in mind that in spite of the superior^ipiality of the new articles and the ob^^viously great expense involved in their^production, the price has not Lceu in^^creased. They are bargains. THESUBSTANTIAL PART^The significance of the democratic^majority in the legislature of New^York state relates not so much to the^run of legislation during the session^soon to o|s'ii. but rather to its intlii^eiicc on the future of politics in the^state. As the Standakd has often^pointed out, for nearly twenty years^the democratic party in Xew York has^Itccn able to carry its ticket in an^election of state oihcers. but its seasons^of control in the legislature have been^few and far lietwcen. Thisanomaly was due to the unfair^scheme adopted by the republicans in^districting the slate. Xew York has^not been redistrictwl since IH^.^^. al^^though the constitution orders that^work performed once in (en years. It^is admit ted that under a new appor-^t ion ment the advantage will be with^democrats, and now that they control^the legislature, the task will certainly^l^e performed; and there need lie no^thought of gerrymandering or dishon^^esty in the work in order to strengthen^democracy in the state. An ap|^ortioii-^inent made in a perfectly straightfor^^ward way will warrant the democrats^in figuring on a fair majority in both^houses of the legislature next year.and^the legislature thus made up will elect^a federal senator. Thepresent advantage enjoyed by^the New York democrats is that their^control in the legislature has the ap^^proval of the slate's highest court.^Mr. Hill is clever in politics, hut this^majority is not of his making the^court is far l eyond his reach. I'epub-^lican partisans may howl about (he^court, lull (he |M-oplc of the state^not listen to the noise they make. will iiii:mmw VI,o^^ I .i.r. i.IllII A VI. loll iiiuo i.it-a v^viii,i.^i Tipsy^I Hun ilic Xew York I.m'hIh;.' I'iM. Whilethere have |M-cn curious reports^etieulaosl O'li.inlinii Ibe prevalence id' the^yrip. Ilouc ol llii'lll seems to ll.ive Iteeli^examreruteiI. Tlieru i^ to-day. il is hs^^holed, a greater number of ease- nt grip^Ibaii Iheii- ha- been al any one time be^^fore since the epidemic made its lirst up-^I h-a ca nee I hi e lasi pear, Il is in. possible^lo ascertain Ibe exael number of cuaea ill^thccily al the present lime, iNs-aiise no i-e-^pari ol such eases made lo llw I mm id of^lo altb, bul llie inloi maiioii as to the^eMenl of do- disease was oIh^laiiied from a number of ^ell-^Uiiowu phxsieiaiis. who ^ laim thai^their p|aeltce is all illtlicatiou of the poli^^cial health ol the cit\*s^ |Mipillutioli, They^all sa^ that ih^y have mo:-e grip BssfM lo^stttattal to than they had a year ago. and^that the disease |g spre,.ding rapidly . Il^is no! so vu-iileul now as il Msf last year,^sysjs] in few^ canes is it followed h\ pnen-o-^uia. Ml was the ease li-ccpicutly during the^course of the epidemic last winter and^spring. I^r. ('y rus I'.dsoii of the health do-^partuieul saiil that, judging from his ow n^practice. I he grip was spreading. Tbcillo-^o.tso ran Us course inoi-c rapidly now than^hcii-lofoce. however, and was b\ no means^haul lo eontl-ol. Il easily y ielded to the^new reinedies. and was cured ill three or^four day s without much ditltcuhy. MKVUO-MHAN'hits. mtclciicyi,f i lie Jury Hjrstcm.^^lei smith of Ms* New Vork i III Court inScriituer's. 1w ish al this^lhal any change^jury system in^tiuu isc. I have limelo express my I^ lo t^in the leasl affecting the^criminal cimh would be^found in a long i x|x rience Inwlilrnl lllaa NhouM Keep Them^I lilted stair. Moll. Fromi lie Washington Pout. Itia tnio that the I'liiled States la bound^In prev out the orgiiiiiaatiiM) w ithin lis hor-^dem of armed lualies intending lo iiivudc^u ncighlairiiig uuliou wilh wIhhii we ureoii^tonus of |ieaee: but is not Mexico equally^hound lo protis-l the I llillil Mates againsl^ilivtuiioii by her liundils^.' We hour of wmie^complaint by Mexico In tlie offee! that we^ure not sufficiently alert in deny ing to the^revolutionist (iurau the refuge of Texas^when haul pushis I on I lie other shle of the^Rio (.i-ande. Il occurs to us. how^^ever, that it is the business of Mcxhsi^to ki-cp Gurxu ut home. Mexico can^huve no right to exnn-t us to do |s^-^liei'duty for her. In weing Ihul tiarsa^does not organize ex|Mslilious ill this^country. MM dis s not make Texas the^liaaA of his military o|K'raliou* or the^Hource of his military supply , we dis^^charge our whole duty in the premises.^Rut wo are justified ill demanding that^Mexico shall take cure of her own crim^^inals. We ilcmuiulcd this in the ease of^the famous bandit utid agitator. Cortina,^and it would aoem to be high time to de^^mand it ill the euse of (iana. Our army^has quite enough on its hands without^volunteering to patrol the ltio Grande^border us sultstitutes for President Diax's^rurales. in mi,ii i.i i k. Johnlt,h kefeller's son-ill law. C. It.^Sliiuig. has Im-cii uppoiutifl to the chair of^psychology ul the t'liiversity of Chicago. Senator('. N. Fellon of California is the^richest of the new senators. Ho bus $1,UU0,-^Otm lo every Ihnso of Senator Stanford. Ia-I^o\ . Samuel .I. Kirkw iasl of Iow a,^also ex-sis ii-tarv of Iho interior, is now 7s^years of ago. but is hule and hearty. Mrs.A. T. Slewarl s|S'iit $^^l per pair^for lace curtains, and the residence of^lioliei l tiarictt of Baltimore Isiasts cur^^tains that isisi SJOU a yard. (ieorgeVandeibilt is building a place ut^Ashev ille. K. Cm which will cost from^IMMAWJ loW.UK'.uun. The iKisenient walls^Me from II' lo II IsM thiek. (.oveinoi RuaaeU'a foudnesa for s|wirt is^most catholic, ranging from whist anil^billiards, at which he plays all in^^telligent game, to horseback riding and^fool kill. (.en.W. B. Taliaferro, now a candidate^for a Virginia judgeship, w as in congress^(o yeurs ago. and at ^! yeurs of age was^a major of volunteers during the Mexican war. Hr.V. W. boring, now in Floroneo. was^a major ill the federal army during the^Ked MtM ex|m-(litioii. but afteruaixl^tr.iiisforiiiisl bis sword into a mall slick^and has Ins ,,nie an artist of continental^repute. tiovci-norHill furnishes a ifinarkable^^ iilieleini ^Tiie Pardoning Power^ to one^of the January magazines. Il w ill not lie^followed by another article from the |s-n^of Lieutenant liovrrnor Jones on ^Par^^doning loo, inor Hill. ins.M ix.i;'s MM NKH -MacCallum ^ Cloutier, TIm -IuH has ti.nl ifh hour.^That is t^n. l*^nu. What.luxoii iiMviu^^A tlii. l fciiunt's only i^ti M thaiin .i iuaj^^rit^ of ru-i'.. llied(*citffoiiHof^juriiut as lo thi' factM ol a |wntK uhir l asp^havi* Im*^mi jti-1 imt wisp. It has numo-^IImH MHpMsVsl i^'' t^^ IH liow mm^li^if,i.sj to tin- buH.llOM cumtllUtlit^ anil^tiiiao-iuainail with tin* inn it-ari-'s of the^l.iw hii \ c mailt* -.liat p tjist iin*tions Im-tu04*11^ilitl* t* lit uiaih'x. of 4MN .tricl havo^hnmuht ^^i ki'itlirlHwhs4*lt t unforii) rxai'tly^to thf h'ual i-4*4|iiir4*iiic*iiti- ut' lie cani'H. It^has MHiic*tinii*h lia|^|M'ii^*4l, |M*rliU|^H. that^iuiors ha\4^ Imm'h iMtloi-iK i ^I by the |^artu^^ular fat't-of a cuhi* to ii'iiilfr a \**i*fIi*-t^which iIojk not 4-^^iiiply f\u^atly with 111**^li ual tli-tinition of ill*- i riino^in the \uMt majority ^^f ru*^,k Hiihwlaiitiul^jnstioo liau Im-4-h (Ioim'. 1 know of nonthor^11 m i lit ^l N hu h a|i|^r^M4*lM't4 in^tow .ml th^ ai-riisitl ami 111 juHtioc lei the^^ omiiiiiiiitv at lann* tho (If^-iKion l^y .1 jur^^ol tin* fa**tH in a c'Htninnl ^^^***^. ' -^s^SfJSJJ - -. - AI'I'AIKS OK ST \tk. MMM,il l^ -aiil. |NKltlvel\ inn II he's nut^nllii'jcllioi mil of hreath lipfore llie time cuiues^I^ sinii. I'liiltnit tfthio Tinf *. ttfti. Therlevolaiiil men aim ailoml liuvertmr inn'staroni ii mm stssMI mmmtsi il Mm UeaillyI,ii-hiii free/ci. IVajihtittfttm l*u^t. iml. llMMMat t'lMt of t'te lieiv Kansas senator'-whlsKers lire In orili*r. 'I'liev ses not^likclx lo 1m- colli coloicil. hminrilli l ^^iu ii i ^^J.hi 1 mi', rfras, \\hl'o lalMir will Meer ^^'' i^sdc richly reimiti^crali\, KMd lia|i|^il^ prostn-riti|s lo. llie SSJMNHjM^(^eiierosiiy i.t the 1 iiplt.ilisl. neillicr villi il lie^Iss|ainiil iMa conn Meal sMIsMsTaM o^ the lll'iillln,'lloils M moil' MMBMMIsM, Il *HI I1.00lo Work onl Ils hv 'i s,dV4tion b) eilnt-ation.^tetiUM'ianc,-. h*H iMUusmi ami sMsMmM Bssj|^aiimi. I'MlJitfArfiiHSif riascs,iast.^KM eiisj tskt MMl seMM sjMHlMti \x ill * l.iiio |,irMl. I It.iii. am MIIHlllics sHVal lllg or slates^mujsm|i. he IwloaM to till I h'.i Ilia 11 \ illslllli I |%iesctssMalVmei!^-.ui aMMH hi ajrMM tin^lion. Xliit'li' ^ si ,i,ic i^iav. the Hon. I lionia^1 oil lei I'l.il oil lie ||,,ti MmM*. live lli:i!|e\^an- ale Uailta. Keen, sjettee. ubmMSJMMMSi m^wiiiiIiI sa,-i I,.-,- everything to zmin it [wHit or win^U|.Ol' M-t ^l ^ s/ Ismit lUinilAir. drill. Vi.ii'.iin' Mfl M|sjjBMMlj but imiIhiiIv now thinksof lagans M conHon with il. \u 1^' al la taa last laslsMtaiei k| MMl M^Haste kpearaea ai w htrk MS exaresaM the aMSaSt^eoMeiiil im tae iihM\ winch fin nianv years aeaa4 aMMteal astlatanslaaaastaf all the Mr mm.aaalikiiwia* ta ttse aat4aM*-aN of everv^and) unit thafa n.oi MewtMM a aaettata at^ci nrl|a^ la bla su|i|iort of it. Mo U ima reaping ltioMl-1 i' W.u.l ill III- sh.uneless Cllirse. .V I'ara/'^^'. aaf, alela*MaM In this MaMfl MaaSaH io^^ i.d,^ 1^ aaafe |irmi'icii\e. is aettai sesjaa 1lad asu tae bajtseal op|sirtiiutllcs of em iii^in^iii. Hut win n kaiasrtalMM af etsaasi la 1f' ' aiol Italy 111^ liroiighl Into^aeroe '' n,|.-i iin,n w uh a m susss asjMtMrai as I iiosMhrariu ^ at *d aaMani IVsaaajrMaaa anilto, '^i ^ ^. . ..ins,,' Western I'ciuisvlvaiila Horati a:.ill^ U'l.iw IU noilnal IovtI In MjiMi'^*iii^i..i 'i viii'u ;in aam areitftvea lathewaO no in.-, sssy ara) lovaM m tl^'^i lo h ^Oil loin. 11 cauuot mill a MrfJaMjat taa^IUiihit, 'ii tu. lartMtuiisrsa/oa, r^MaMi |aMfl DilutingTailing^binding^'falling^mils. lisauul. ^At riuUtutaa clay ami have good^chwr. ' tiit Mm ihc Maa MM paWM** f|oui gay.^^'is winlei iiuil ihc stum ami Iiaj appear.^Iio has mi cheer I as-ante lie caaaM piny. Agitator I toll you this eight-hour work-^lay is going to do a lol ol giaal lo the mass^f the eiiipliAiil people. Hy the way,^Sarah, is supper ready '.' Agitator'sWife \o: my eight hours was^up al half-past live to-day . Butwen u'i you dreadfully scared. Miss^Fly 1111. when the lieur got his arms around^you7^ askisl Mr. Maddux. Oh.dour. 110.^ ix^pli^il Miss I'lynn. ,-I^^as oiiei-engaged to a Pittsburg young^mull. Whosays thai i hristma^ Is played nut. ThatSanta i Inns is ileiul'/^1 II not believe it. inn would you Ifyou heard what graml|Ki said;^) or lie anil I will watch to-night, Xornever nisi nor tiro.^Ami grand pa liiin^ his stia-klog up Wilh mine Iwslile the tire. MissHleeckcr- M''- ^ ^*lling only gets^$10,t^jn fitrtii his uncle's eslute. That's no^gn at slakes. MissKiueraon mf Hoatoni No: then^arc no excessiv e vibneiious in that, eer^taiuly. (.allay Who's your friend'.' Snxi|ht Thai's Iest Jim Thompson (ia/lav How iiiueh did he steal'.' FromSoak's life one a moral draas ThaiIs not hard to lose.^|-'or vi lieu he gave up Santa i laus lielicltcvcd In Santa i t il/. Itis true,^ said Kve to the serpent^^that 1 have a very eiifuinwrilasl choiei^iu selecting a husliaiid. but at ill 1 huve one^advantage in marrying Adam Whatis that'.' Hecuti'l sit up and tell me I can't^cook like his mother. IIIKAM MIAVBB hi^ WlllsKKIIS. I'vellvislwith lllram thirty ycais Iihiii this varied eattIi.^Vnil walked wlili him the vales of tears Ami. Iimli. il the lull of mirth,^siren ^ -lornis have lirok -n on our calm, Mnlgusts blown wild and Ureal^Put I have clung to Hiram's arm Andnevci Mi a fear;^Viid ocvei javc a (rowii or scurf^hi; lllriiin shaved Ins whisker-oil - III!tllnun ahaved Ins srhbtkars off. Iiin.iiMaja sjMsfcees wra 1 pride Whatw-iHld'rouspowrl to|i|ease!^Vs the) did wave from ajae to side Midfloated on Hie I/e. V oil have nut loved me since the day^Old W hlskors loll.'^ said Hi. ^forw hen Hid Whiskers moved away^Ml hitslautal left.'' said I. Vt, go.nl old bilabaud dlsMniasareil^Thcihtv thai lliraln shaved In. iH-ard - Whih Hlrnm shaved his whiskers. ^Vonloved old Whiskers. Mary Ann, KafBjare than von love aie.^^^Old Whiskers was a handsome man Myou will odea sic^Ho had a shaggy, manly ah. Putmiii arc small and Ihln.^\^.^ in,mill Is large, vum , Ins-I.s an spare, Von have a peaked rblu;^Mid I w ill always iin the din^l hal goisl old Whiskers iii im-.I away - WhenHiram sliavisl hi. whiskers. ^Vonfeel so Imd. my V.n v Ann, VlldBMNtra ^^'d W I l-kc|. Ill hrtng von hack thai gri/zh nan I'llId iio whisker, groa I^^^Ah those' words sound like Hiram s words, saidI. ^So saotr 111 laoura,^I'll sing a- cay as sluglim bin's llllWhisker* shall icuia.^Meiiiliinc I II l^-ar with -lu-'u.-ud fale.^In i iNfnlpiillomosi! SIM ^y^l' '^'^^W.^Si'h*, Made. -.GROCERIES AND PROUISIONS Thecheapest in the city. Gents'Furnishing^Goods, NewStock, Reasonable Trices. Liquorsand Cigars, TheChoicest Brands. Teasand Coffees Ofthe finest quality. Ourstock is almost entirely new. Youwant our ^oods and we want^your trade. MacCALLUM^ CLOUTIER, 6^' p-^nvSrnuc-hWnut. KATZENSTEIN^ COHEN Wehave just received the largest and most select stock of Thathas ever been brought into Anaconda. SOFTHATS,^DERBY HATS,^SILK HATS, InAll the Litest Styles. Nothingold or out of date. Kvcryone of our hats from the latest blocks. Ifyou want a hat wc can suit you. Ofliit, id to the Mies. WWWW t Wchave a complete stock of Silk Hand^^kerchiefs and Scan's in all colors, shades and sizes.^It you wish to make your husband, your brother,^or some other girl's brother a present, here is your^opportunity. SILKSUSPENDERS,^PATENT SUSPENDERS, liverykind, style and price of Suspenders. SOCKS,Silk^ Natural Wool, Merino, etc Allof the very best quality, at prices that will^surely meet with your approbation. Katzenstein^ Cohen, Gents'Furnishing Goods,^Hats, Caps, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Cornerof First and Cherry Streets, Anaconda. LOSEE^ MAXWELL, 110 MAIN STREET. Havejust received an elegant line of the NEWESTSTYLES /N AND LADIES',M155ES'^CHILDREN'S Consistingol Capet, Jackets, Fur Trimmed Coats^and Misses' anu Children ^ Long Cu.its. . . . WE1NV1TK INSPECTION. LOSEE^ MAXWELL. 1 10 MAIN STREET.