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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1892.
THEANACONDA STANDARD.
Pl'BLISHbl) EVERY DAY IN^THB YEAR.
MlTfrwlby SBHM or MM M ^r^ MMH ^^^rai, lints*^ .iniim ^* a BaBMV^.:^^ dollar a month.
THESTANDARD
Itthsnnlviluilv nfw|m|t-rr *ltli l- lnraph ittv^j\iU^ her In BsSf bMHP - oonU. It i^rtnt^^more tt-l. k^ .^ I'hw in n- tlian an; otatf^Dr^kpa|a-r In Montana.
rormpcnrlon.fand business li-ttcr* ^houlil Im
tKMrcssfitto
THESTANDARD.
torniT of Main ami Thlr.l tliwU. Anaconda.^Molilalia.
WmmDAf,i v\i ai:y g, MM,
INTHl DAVIS CASb^fllggg may M) aiiolher I la vis will^tluMf may bf a ^l^^/^-ii of them lying^uioiintl loose. r^'u|il^' who kni'vv An-^ilirvv .1. I^av is would have MM, MM^yrais njro. that Ins nann- would MM^i^^ tonnil atlaclicil in pgMnMMMH^way to all sorts of w ills ami testa-^int tits. Imt t licit' isiloitlit on llial point^now.
Iavis wills lutve Im-^mi talkt-il about^until tlie )^nlilir is sii'k of tlie MM^I liotnas Jefferson Havis declares that^there is in existence a w ill executed^liy the late .liid^'e l^a\is in Mil, and^that it is now in the possession of^John A Davis. That may lie. lint it is^our opinion that the hanker s millions^will lie distributed without any as^instance in the vvav of his signature.^The scene of action has la-en trans^^ferred from Hit* ^silver I low court room^to a parlor in the Holland house in^New York I'ity. and there. M I MM ^ir^two. the n\al contestants intend to^fall on one another's neeks and divide^the swag. ^Andy^ l^avis will^lie there, and so w ill llcnrs Hoot, and^JMgJi OMR, and some of the Omaha^attorneys, anil representatives of sev^^eral of the eastern claimants. M. .1.^t oniicll vv ill be the (fraud central litfiirc^in the hotel parlor, and when, under^one arrangement. Mr. Tullnit steps^down and out. under MMVMMJi^liient plans will he made for the ap^^pointment of Mr. Council to minimis^ter the estate under the terms of .1^compromise.
Allof w hich may lie interrupted by^the proceed in |js instituted b) Thomas^Jefferson Havis: and then. again, the^Holland house conference ui.iy go on^just the same.
Thereis any quantity of gossip in^the latest dispatches from Chili. To^MIM with, a coi respondent studs word^to New York that the new government^has ordered the inm^trr at W ashing^ton to make sincere and HMjMllMd^apologv to the Tinted KttatM fog 'he^iiiiforttiuate all an of last Octolier.^Another Item Is that the I nitrti IttaM*^legation was sun otiliileil by Klin M^^cause the mob threatened to sack the^place. A third story is that the let^MWg vthn have MM) trying to involve^the country 111 trouble with our g^\^^CMMM are fru nds ot MMMMMk A^tourth bit of talk is that the CMfMM^minister w ho waiited to be incdiator^on disown responsibility is a slink up^sort of a diplomat i-t vv Im se. ks in get^tanious on his own honk. Kvnleiitlv^Hie new government in Chili knows^how to edit dispatches.
STARTEDTHfc R GHT .VAt^Yesterday's dispatches fgvg only the^briefest nummary of i.nvernor flow^^er's message to the New York legisla^^ture, but enough was sen! out to show^thai the governor's lirst state paper has^a business end to it. the message^points out tin- fact Ihut the paramount^duty of the legislature is to provide for^an eiiumerat 1011 of the inhabitants ol^the state preparaloiy to the creation^ol 'new senate and assembly districts.
Thisis. in fact, the paramount duty^ol the legislature of Neyy York. The^work ought to ha \e lieen attended toscy^rral years ago. The republicans tailed^at it. because they leah/ed that a pis!^1 eap|Mirtlonineiil yvould pui then leg;-^lativc majority in peril. It will lie^attended to now. and the result means^that hen-alter, under ordinary coudi^t i^i|is. the democrats may reasonably^expect majorities in senate and Ml
Mjr.
Therewnsu'l any muddle alter all^yy hen t he I line came lor trgBHlllllg the^Neyy York legislature republican^bluster ended ill bluster. t he senate^met lor organi'atkM with sixteen MM^Mints. Ion it ecu republicans and one^MMpMMWl Thecniitcst m Hie twi n^If WVCUtJi district was prompt!) set^t led by t he award ot ihe sr.it U^ Walker,^the deniocialic claimant: so that the^democrats now luiVf seventeen MM^In is of the senate i|ns being exactly a^^jiinriuii.
Andthus New York, alter all thrif^years, startsoul win democratic'cipnp^IIn lit from top in bottoin in its slate^|MMMMt Bo radically unfair was^t he apport ion 11 lent to yy Inch t he republi^cans clung for sixteen years, that with^the best o| yy ill ami the In si ..i^yyork. the democrats n^ yer gal a slmyv^:n the state senate and alums! nevci in^the lower house. \ sense n| security^made t he republicans armganl. t on^Intent in the opin
tonthat thi* I'*g 1 s]a^'.ore MM then own in any event, the^rival factions became reckless m then^MMttlCMfN t he I'latts and the^Millers and tin' lielih ns and the Mis^cocks and all the petty MtfSM and^MMWMMMI t heir e 1 m i (lies m factiol^lights and failed at li Dgth In keep eyen^so much a- one eye on tne mail'^chance.
Theyielding of tin- Neyy York Isfil^hit lire to ! In deiimi rats is pi - ,ea!|y a^gratuity on the pari ol republicans.^Not that the state is normally republi^can: on the contraiy. it is strongly^democratic half tag time during
twenty-oneyears on MMMM tial I :cki1s^and almost uniformly on stale elect ions^during two decades, lint an unjust^distribution ot districts made the re^^publicans invincible in the legislature^until at length they actually threw the^tiling away. If ever a lot of )ioliticiaus^deserved to sit in sack cloth and ashes^in atonement for their sins, the New^Yorkers who let tlie legislature slip^through their lingers are the men.
WORTHLOOKING INTO
111t he rough, one can get sonic idea^of t lie business yv Inch in recent years^has been built up in the I ncur d'Alcue^country by reading the ligures given^in the annual statement n| the I'oor-^^M property. The report shows that,^last year, the company shipis'd nearly^thirteen thousand Ions of concentrates.^I'rohably the I'ooruian Is the second in^importance of the t ocur d' Alcue prop^ert les. t lie Milliv an and Hunker Hill^ranking lirst. lint the Last Chance,^the Mm mug. the ( ustcr ami the lllack^Hear are all prosperous properties, each^having an important output.
Thewonder to that this union can^^not I'liid a prohtahle market at a point^many hundred miles nearer than that^to which the bulk of its pioiluct is^shipped. As we limit:-!.mil it. most o!^the CiK'iir d'Alcue 11111 pit t gUBB tn^Omaha, and 11 the ligures which have^licen given out are correct, the cost ol^transportation is not much less than^shi a ton. There yy as talk ol 'diverting^the ( ocur d' Alcue business to -pokaiie.^and the experience with the building^of a smeller near that city is notorious,^but that untoward venture docs not^preclude the possibility of success ill^other direct ions.
Itis admitted that the conditions^for successlul smelting are not found^in the immediate neighborhood ot the^Incur d'\lene properties, but Imw^does it happen that the idea of putting^a smeller plant al Missoula has not^been seriously taken Hpf I he neyy^line of the Northern I'acitte brings the^I'oormau and its neighbors Within I Si^miles ot Missoula. If common report^is true, near to that city are found^lime, iron and the^essentials for Muxes.^Then, too. close to Missoula are many^pro|m'rlies of account those in the^St. Itegis country, the spring tiiileh^mines which are reported to be slop^ping many thousand dollars worth of^ore a month, the famous Iron Mountain^region and several pfM|MroM pro|ier^t u s w li it'll, like I he ^ unV w . are near at^baud. Coke of a ipialitv not surpassed^is made in the state of Washington,^and it can be brought to Missoula by a^comparatively short haul.
Atthe head of the Hitter Itoot Val^^ley is I he M mcral Hill country which^has been carefully prospeclcd and^which is as inviting a MM Mr devel^^opment as Moiilat'a oilers. |t is | re^^gion which OU(tlt to prove tempting lo^Missoula money. It is tar away front^trauspoi lation. Imt I lie extension of^the Northern I'acilic's Hitter Kool^branch would BgBM it; and many a^million has gone mto railroad con-^siruclioii in Montana where the prom^ise of business was in 110 Ml c^|iial^to yy hat I he upper Hitter Kool reuiou^niters lo day.
Thecasual observer Would assume^that Missoula is ihe right spot lor a^smelting plan! of generous propor^^tions, itl coiiise. men of practical ex^^perience may know of object 1011s^vv hich are equivalent to an nil sit for^the PXgMIM entailed in the long^distance haul: al any rate the oppoi^^ lit y is one which is worth investigat^^ing in hehall of Missoula capital. Why^do not the rich men of that ritj look^1 he matter upt
^ '
Tinscountry never produced a more^famous iockey than Carnsmi Ins e\^ploits have made him king of Ihe rid^^els. W hen I In- season was fairly^advaiiecd. last summer, the hoard of^control suspended Carrison for MMMl^w Inch were never given out in asatis^factor) way. V telegram received in^tins city last night announces that the^board, al yesterday 's MMting, gianted^him a license tiarrison w ill ride for^the Halv stables, having made a con^^tract which insures Ins services |ni two^ve.11 s from the lirst day ot this year.^This arrangement migbl to bf a very^distinct advantage for the Italy thor^^oughbreds this season and next.
Ktoctricnlinventors have Mm work
nigaway at press the button devices^until they have brought them to an^ania/uig slate of perfection, \n In-^^Willis thingumbob called Ihe fatosMM^MS been put upon the market. I^\ the^use ol which a man can sit m Ins room^at u hold and order anything he wanis^from a chambermaid to a cocktail.^The tele -euie has a face yv il h bauds like
,a dock, and after adjusting the hands^over the printed name of tM article^wanted vou give the IhUSg a punch and^the order is 11 ansuiilled to a ^-.m i.^.^pnudilig dial at Ihe ceiiUal ollhw,^wherever Ilia! tnav be. The list of ar-^t icles the tek 1 me records is a I'm inida-^ble one. in a Krst class machine BUM*
Inrnsganwnrdsof four bnusMaL 11 is^mthnr suggestive that mora than om-
thudol the cut ire dial s consumed 111^an eiiumerat mil of various brands Ol^vv ines and liajMora, Motel proprietors^Will nppreciate the value of the teles^eniewlieli II keeps siieh a list constantly^at a guest's elbow. The device iu many^ies|M i |s is an IIbt mils impmvcmclit on^the district MMMttgef Wtt% ice now in^use. and I tar* seems to U'no reason^why it cannot be worked In cities and^low lis nti 1 he same principle.
SHERMAN S SURt
Withiu a tew hours the country will^lint vv lo w the IdjreMM l'oraker eon-^test turns out. The faMMStt are all in^^^^herman's favor indeed, if the press^dispatches put .( right, he is a . good as^i lected novi.
I'oraker'sbackers are loud in their^complaints about the Interftwwtwn m^Ihe asaVftMB ailiiiinistiation. and thai
isnatural enough, although it was pal^feci I y clear many mouths ago thai the^w hite house would be forShermaii. and^l'oraker must have known as much be-^fore lie I legal 1 the real work of his can^vass. Mr. Harrison will la' H^publican candidate for pMJMMt^next summer ami then the I'ora^ker forces must bottle tlieir wrath or^bolt. It would be eminently liketheiu^to knife the republican ticket in se^^cret ; and that will l^c satislactory to^the democrats.
(hieof the l'oraker managers is re-^portcd to have said yesterday that Ihe^ililertcrciice of the federal adininistra^lion is an outrage and (hat if ^Harrison^hopes to succeed himself and carry^^ lino, he w ill hav e to climb a barb vv ire^leiiee to be friendly with l'oraker ami^his following.^ Climb. BmJMBUb,^climb: New York is a total wreck, and^you can atlord to venture a suit of^clothes and half your hide Ml Ohio^barbed wire, if you may thereafter call^I he stale vour own.
ASTO REC PROCiTV.^The Minneapolis IWMNM is in error^when it asserts that Ihe treaty of ls.it^between Canada and the I'nitcii states^was a jug handled afbiu iu which only^Canada pmlitc d. Iswh an assertion is
notsustained hy tha svidastos af his
tory.Hy that treaty, which was one^of simple reciprocity between the two^countries, the inhabitants of the^In it id s|,,|es had I he right to take lish^of any kind on the sea coasts of any^of the Brittoh provinces in \merica.^without restriction as to the distance^(MM shore: they could land on Hritisli^soil to dry their nets and cure their^lish; 1 lie right to navigate the river St.^Lawrence and the canals of Canada^was accorded I nited States vessels.
Inpoint of tact the advantages of^this treaty lay chiefly with the I nited^^states. It was not long iu operation^Itfforcthc Canadians recognized that^fact. I'nder this treaty the I nitcd^Mates diverted Canada's foreign trade^IMM Canadian BMM to American^waters: the I nited Mates enjoyed^valuable fishery rights which havclieen^coveted ever since the abrogation of^this treaty in ls^Ui; the commerce of the^Noil hwestern states found a con^^venient outlet through the Wcllaiul^canal and the ^i. Lawrence canal. Dur^ing Ihe civil war the country found the^treaty valuable in that MMMl food^supplies could be imported from the^country to Ihe North w ithout the pay^^ment of dutu s. As was said by Mr.^Male, who was a MMMV of the house^of representatives at the time the^proposition came up for the abrogation^nf the treaty : ^It had MM a wise and^salutary measure: under it the coin^iiiercc of the I nited Males had '.tow n
amiimproved-.
Itis true that the treaty was terini^iiatcd at thf MMMM of the I'liiled^Mates: it is a fact in bistor) that ita^^lic,ia! prejudice had much Mora^ to do^vv ith the ahrogat ion than the needs of^Hie commerce of this country. What^ever may be urged against a reciprocity^treat) with Canada at thistiine.it cer^tainl) is not wisdom to point to the^fact that the former treaty was luoken^at the instance of our own government
1gssssMis sod * saM 1'ntes.
Inun MM ^l IjMlis NsMOajsMlL^Titers awes ^MUMUM elgseattes uscii
intineiica ihirhiK the last Rscul Mti^\ lid ^ el paigBB al-i' at a BSBB to MfUOOt for^the epidemic of eiaek psMs which is c l^ ^^y sstatlOg ihe eoiiiilr.y.
HaOsosgsrsssseMjl MMH,^Krsni tM UnMO MM Jsaraal.
Ni'liraskayy an ioi s do tint gasOSM !^^ Ih'^left ill Ihe shultte ill case nf a rumpus M |Mj^die SHJgN} Chilians. Senator I'addoi K^SSM lllisl away several a|iotical'oils for
IBMOshsOBM to nUSO BOUSJSSsdOS and 11 u1-
iimilts for the bngendtog oar yy ^th chili.
Ill III vis lilt V| til.
11i^ (Mss ^^^ gjasl rjBgHM inn .^ Maaat
MMslaa.Pniiii 1 li.- Wasliinuiiin l'o^t. ma.
'I'beNew Varh Mesftdsr iresvecentl) n^*^tons in Btovld Monett tfill tm the **prtsw.*g
Bjfgeonnt SsdtHcs.*1 This is nui Mh
naveeeMtloa 9BsoJsnsM who Is MthMv*
eruot-ami seuatni. but it is .1 lsstgwa^a
Rsmiihe npuns. Bararnor Hill's sosklea is
1101of the |M'iiiiiil y.oiel.y I but as s |sdl~^llelan In' doiibl^ dist omits any of his isss*
Iciii|mi ario* 1 if ^'ilher aartl in 1 lu- praei n-.il^liusiio ss n| imlitics. lb* is bM oulv a HAM
afhshnisaraasMBM* Ma of UftdBsa4toohla^MgaosshraMas and iiuexampbsi aossa it^*.^It is nine 11 to 1mm|iics| jnneil it an.y oilier in.01^bv hit: could hav pilot.sl a di'inoi-ratie ma-^jnrity into tlie Neyy Yolk senate as lie |. is^ilnoe in the fai-e of HSsJarStSBS USecither^ysav. eyen if In* hail oeetiphsl HstsaOM^iiltii 1.1I poMitkOI. for nSseS is m other insu
Mvinarwho saosi so ooM sho eaoablliiiiia
ofsin li ,1 |HisiiiiMi. atltl who eiMild uiasier
aonrtsandcany asscis s.^ iitisnititeiy iniiiM
sill, lb- niav not BO a Mm MMW of in.11,^lior a ni.iiiiii-l lo svmiv 1 he multitude, imr a^Mlatesinall able to SSSeS III.Ill BtlSMldla
realimbiie iiueauona. but Masolters*!^pins iu ins m u MMoat, andgsMrol disa^lurber id Hw aaaas id the resaddiean^btiiinV, he bonis om all.
I'lIII.II oi l M ion.
pti'sia.'ii:1 sisetauat strssaIsassaethe i-ew^also n-i '^ ^n ^' souse In Hst ssIrM In sral .1 II^u.is first eatsltUalied. Tto sessfnl sUsiUilMrs*
111.11lias Baste ii a M BBfi anil iii the alstll of^lit.. |.i 1 ^ii|i- 11 1- su Mw ilea man's ersdH lo 1 o-^.11veaiM i1sa.il I nan ihe gSSSfaaSMBk 4^Msg^.1 ^i/*^. 'I. O.
ihe smm*i les|..'.-t;il^le. iM'e.lllse I lie niest SB1
Irtsllr.aHtI'-'t Mi. Nafrtssa has setfnrstsa^siin- sseaoui preMOst yy..s IBs sssisnrint
^i isNa deasMrata Is 1 n.* elreug hsBgi*slii|w, .ant
iiiseBUWealtl etiani'lei isiit 0! Ma part! s IrssV^erstksl Has l- the one sjef thai I tn v |s^im..||)^ssnOsSUi. St. faasO hV|ia ifle, Oaet,
ItOS NBJaei BtSStOlansS] rstptteMUuS tlual a'.l^tin* its sns^ iiiatiafHeiiners in r^ Basytvsala ss*^sell cr tiMlstl tin 1 milni^^!ion ol sasuall hNiSOg^|ilalo lo emer h single liuililuc: al Ihe *yItl's.
1.ill^^^^ 1h tor HMS. Ami ^'^; root.n sals
klite eaM. sT not the sob) peaoosl st lhess
ailed tla |HSte mills ot 4se rtna lla^ it.. i\m
.!.(.ill ik.
Thel|ess*ssi saHoo, usrss. sbms expsnai
are Ihe siiltjei l ol SSlI) 'tls|^:iti lies, in n| |m
smbssI in a hiuh rsas saaasa tse sss*itta of^S|ianish Aineiiea. lie has BeMtoatBe ramnssO^r.n e\i-i ttuee sssstOa, bsbsbbj seaaacr in 1 lie^hsMbo MassWasdi Heslss una tin- 1 aitc^i
slid.s. i'llstilnu flout olio clMIUtl*) to t'-' iSMff
siins stsasare. BlsaasrMitBe IsasfcM y uissstst^satUMl tin* MesliM IrseBa mni ns)o^Ina al^least MM MMSgea S ilh MMH deUs hue ills of
wsrssraSBsasrr.gfs I'srttMOb
\Ml.1 OMM u a in:.
Til* VV.irl.l'. Ihii I'..em Mtuuld h^1 oni|M.sitr. Aiurrlcan ABSIr.
Iloin 11m MMMg MmMIb
W'Ii.,1stMMII Thomas Itailey Aklri^-li.
SOeaaaWhHOaeab Itiley, Rletiaeil W'uttwui^Glider and two or three other yentleinen^wilh or without shluaahorMhuJ liamei..^ ho^lotv c liis'ii aectlMol of wriliua poetr.v '.' Are^they nil 100 liuht eitiii|M^iisl with tlM Htockv^llrilislier who turned Ihe buhl on Asia '.' It^would -as-ill ih,11 the world's fair |ieople^think s,^.
Theploeess hy which lite st'lit titiii nf^Arnold was ariiyisl al has not Ins-it n-^venle.I. but it is not unlikely thai Ihe
choieeof a faeasgosr a aa Mosd ^^^ fetus
ofllM' jealousy nl his lirellilen if one of^our native latnls were taken. What^s|M^eial Illness Mr. Arnold has for the |m-i^is not very clear, but it is at lea.I certain^that his apiKiiiilnienl w ill not sow tliseortl^aOsBllg Ilia Brftiall |^^ Is. TeliltJwHI and^HwhSbOrMOrH SSgOSd Sir Ktlwin'it eleva^^tion with (sniiplaeeiH'V at all events.
IIis ton late now. Iml a uo^d pkill won III
IlitSebeen 1. ^ i I it I'll sit t he |toet il tlcsl illic-of
thelair lo an saMMMMBOd association of^gOOlS. as il yyere. |in feiablv all native^MM. Then the work could have been^MTreled out eonifnrtabl^' anions them.^Tims Ihv metaphysical side of the e\|ne^sitimi miiilit lis IS been |MsB to Mr.^(Oilier: Mr. Aldlleb enlllll have gSMHd^SSSUSSla on the lake pier anil the Venetian^canals: Mr. Kiley tuiitbt have found il|s|ii-^ratiou for new tlialcet ittatler iiiimhui the^live -.lock ami a^rieulliiral exhibits, ami
passttdiamang Ma rlsMaa while r. c.^Mednuuioosla half a boom ssBor pasas
couldhave been turiusl Iimmm* on the vari-^nus ih nartnieiti-. The inialuet af MHOOt^if noi gaatoga WOUBg hOVO MOO mitiht.v in-^laeeaSMj BBodHSg. and would nol have^Medetl uiiytbinu like Ihe irlossar.v and^MUOONO Sir t dw ill's lucubrations arc^sure to require.
HMMgj ItlKtll AIIOIT.
Ioilinal BMBBM is wa fond ol ^ hil-^^ It. B.
l. MM *)^ shsJB of ChtooM i^ now oil! of
Mogsvt
Mis.r.li/alvelh Stuart I'helps W'attl i^^seriously ill ytith influenza.
Kertatat}l.lkins has six of his ehilihi u^w lib him all tin* lime. His eldesi daughter^in BBBIfMB.
I'rinee(.isajje of W ales has reixivpred
fiiniitin* tygsUdd lever, sod hasganass
Nortolkshirc.w heic the Prince of Wales^w ill reside OWrtog BBS w inter.
MllccHenry of (trleana. Ihe eldest son^of Ihe DOhs of t h.iriii s. who has ihead^^rci|uiretl sonic reputation as an explorer,^has none on BSUdMO BUpodBtSM to Asia.
Mis.faIImo. srlfBSa of the late GoSOMM^Thomas l .ilisii ot Massachiisclls. has pit-^SlMed lo the Lowell city hospital an en-^dm. incut of s-'i.ou^ in ineinoi y of her hus-^Unid.
VIinc.Tatciio. w ife or the .Japanese mile^islet* al MfashMgMBa can talk Kuiihsh well^enough lo t^o riatoPMgt and she s|h-iii1s^ju-i as nun h UOBS over it as her Ann rieaii^ae^|iiaiulaiiees.
WillCarleton iIin s ma look like the con-^y iiitioiial idea af a gOOS. Ha is tall. Iiroiid-^^UsuMsesd and ruddy-faced. ftghM^^. i ks for in.no ,. w ith fame as a second-^aiv consideration.
Till. I V^T INVIM \TIIIN.
vinut isU, nsnMgjti
11^iu me ^v;iii^* of igje iwuwM Mtrsts'd
house.
/rinii the i Ih-|m.r tin* kiiitt.il lo ks. ti 11111 ihe^keegsl ihe wi-11-.-ioseti gssra.
1.1*1me Is* yyafleil.
LUtin* uli'ti* noist less|\ forth.
WithIhe key of soilness sOBsefc IBS Iseka ^itli
a'i Bhvser.^s^'i sgs ihe assrs, ii asat
T.-ioli-il\ in* mil BMIiSlBISl.
-siioim is ymir holil n inoiliil Itesh.
s-froiuis vonr hold, li love ^.
li,e/ gfMssan.
VI....ilrii MlgB still In I a ,^t*.
Pramtas gsrOsa toKarMBr.
Thearrival of two welhhnilt eJaMBB^ships in New York, after a ra^*e from San^I'ralo is..i. i alls attention to the fact that^wooden ships are no longer in disfav or M^has! vo^aj^cs. bill havB in sonic instances^BBSphn '*d their iron rivals, 'I'lli^ is an cn-^euueagtag oilthsik for Ihe I'liitcd States.^McMBM in Ihe past the fastenl clippcra^hav e BOM buHt in Ibis CMOtJ) . and a gen^^eral rfkluru to wimmIi ii ships for Imiu ocean
ragogeaaright naorit in a hssui to Usa
shiplaiihlina business in New I'.llulltlul and^elsevv belt'.
ttM*Mlll'l 's lll.sT .IIIKI s.
Whydo IIhmm* iwo youttt; l.ulies I.hiU so^sad. papa'.'
Ihiailsi* eaehone has a BOO BMUBBtt^my sou. and each SBSgBMSS Ih. t the other^ha* ihe prettiesl.
Iiis well lo know iii-i Mi when Ma Year^MMg
Iswiih us soseagslB sM all Ba ^MMm^^Thol u hi MsMj drtota ess an' pMUsaisr
\eo'll vei v selilotn lose your gsrgSOdlsaBBri
Till Hid von u^^ ealliiiK in a cab'.'^Ned No: I MUM home iu one.
Howlavish ^lil Sol is vvilh In/lit.^ said^Ihe cMtls'iailt lover one happy. MMhM)^day.
^Yes.^MMWsd tho toead one toess
iiotisly . ^I think Sol must Ik' a soil of g
poadtgalsun.
iit. rUAII in vi v s \ y 11 i:e.
Hesweie on from fioker anil aaadMg ami wine.
Amii vei yllihiu Ms he ^Msred imlhiilon.
Ianhe rSSSsi lo live sg lo his pmmMj lib llie.^I or the III si tolag he BrsM ^ as his s.mk| SSS^In'ion.
AIfManVulotl'stm k ami Haylev
w.-ii'pi.llv full w hen they ibov c into ihe
poedtool nik'ht.
HVoaiit was all the lOaUM of a MOMfeU*^lalioli.
^Howwas nasi.
^Weil.BagMg told me 11 lev grutuwd
Munldsupplies I'm- III miles and aftrrwanl^MSOd the dill I was only seven.
Koiir linn's in M Lb' I have been gtbsj^thai I livisl.^^^Only four'.'
^Yes: i mis' w In n I wa- BHUTftod and if^^oiher thus llaSSS w ben I gal ntv 'livon e.'
reollnnncal.M.lble Vie urn unilic to^keep a OSsei ibisveMI'. AlllvV
AmyNo: it isn't BOBasaaiy, I bavelasi^year'^ vet. as jpmmI as new .
Well- BSBS hhie BBSSl tOS |.ills,
lot now ms man of call^\v ill till his gsitrla 'all ot hills
Mi.Imake his N. vv v. ear ML
Meiotkic tueearaaT. MeXVaehtof
HAl.ickle Yes.
M.torkl IkMhlug
M.fi..i kle So: sweai Bg ofT,
MacCallum^ Cloutier,
-5EZ6R0CERIESAND PROUISIONS
Tliccheapest in tltc city.
Gents'Furnishing^Goods,
NewStock, Reasonable Prices.
Teasand Coffees
Ofthe finest quality.
Liquorsand Cigars,
TheChoicest Brands.
OlIT-stock is almost entirely new.
Vouwant our yoods and we want^your trade.
MacCALLUM^ CLOUTIER. 501 Pmr^2r6l
CornerChestnut
KATZENSTEIN^ COHEN
Wchave just received the IggVgjgf and most select stock of
...HATS
o
Thathas ever been brought into Anaconda.
softhats,
derbyhats, In All the Litest Styles.
silkhats,
Nothingold ot out of date.
Everyone of our hats 'front the latest blockg.
Ifyou want a hat wc can suit you.
^ T VT VT
Wehave a complete stock of Silk Hand^^kerchiefs and Scarfs in all colors, shades and si/.cs.^If you wish to make your husband, your brother,^or some other girl't brother a present, here is your
opportunity.
silksuspenders,^patent suspenders.
Everykind, style and price of Suspenders.
socks,-MM, Natural Wool. Merino, etc
Allof the very best quality-, at prices that will^ggjreJy meet with your approbation.
Katzenstein^ Cohen,
Gents'Furnishing Goods,^II.its. Caps, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes.
Cornerof First and Cherry Streets. Anaconda.
110 MAIN STREET.
Havejust received an elegant line ol the
NEWESTSTYLES
IN
AND
LADIES',MISSES'^CHILDREN'S
Consinting0^ Cnpea, Jacket *. Pur Trimmed L'oati^ami Misses' and Children s Long Coats . . .
WBINVITE INSPECTIONS
LOSEC^ MAXWELL, I 10 MAIN bTFEET.

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