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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1892.
BEAUTIFULBOZEMAN
TalkAbout Who Will be the Successor^of Poastraaster Budd.
ARE MANY CANDIDAT6I
APetition In Circulation In the^Interest of His Son Stranger*^in MM City Other^Notes.
SpecialCorrrs|iniii|eiu-e i.f (ho standard.
lln/nuAN.Jan. I'1.- PMtaaaatar OM*M^Hiulil was- Imrii'tl yosti-ixlay. tlie atli'iiil-^iitu^ Ix iuc very lai'Li'and MUnbMtag all^MM prominent ptofi* el Ml* \.4ll^ ^ ami^rity. '1'lie (iiireesMoti in a linn i|iloaUoB^^lini mil-. Mofcstlao of the vas^1 number of^the appln ain-. Inn kWJH MM i) ih-M ion^^l the location or llie |mh^tol!ii e en ten into^the matter. Build reeoivisl a ^nl^iily of
prerStOO per moata Froai Mm raaUnMi of^Waal BaaaaaM ^^ kaapMm aMVoa in that^BoaMaaj af Mm ettjr, a laaaMaB vMah bM^generally been reaanleil an rentr.il by a^majority ol 1 he people, and hita met the^nppnn id of ne\rial iiih|M*^ loi-s w iio at vn-
naaatimes have baaa aaaj aaj ay Mm Am^^ajHaaaal la hwaaMajaai Mm matter. Hur-^Hal BusfflTa Incuinbauay ami tint of his^MBdeeeaaor, Rabarl M. iaawafoa. ^^^itain
iinnliaiii-ami others of the east enil
aavafaaoo unmtwtttioa in taair aMoHa to
Barstin1 ollii e eh mipsl to that^^ ^nil of MM cits, ami n tinln i h ss^|h litmus h ive lie. il sent la \\ ashinyloll
aatMna,he Mm ebaajajBi
l*nilialil hi-vrn nr eiyhi laapeaiafw aatta^visited Baai man for Iha pucpaaa of laafcp
luginto Mm mallei', and .ill have ri-|nirlii|
infavor of ihe pii scni si.md. of eaana
themain element in this 11/lit for tin- sile-
aaaMaai^ 11 ba for choice of men with^MJaaMMM to his paaduocMiMM in this pa*^apart,allufbarthing*beta*; eqMaJ. t hat.
liiel'I.sun of the 1I1 ad olhci-l', is most
aaaaaHMotlyapahan af. and ^ petition in^iMaBMacwaaan the ataaal pminpiiy on^jMoiuI.i.v. wilieli is now in the hands of Mm
aaaaalBotnA^lstaa. Th it bady ha* lata
pfaplMdthe department that tin y are M^^liaiisl as yet to take no aciion. and have^ikslled a call to the incm^h^rs of the ooiililv
andeantiaJ oatntnlfttara to meal at the
oflKWof Mm chairman of the fits! named^hod\ on TrMratal eveiiino;, the l'lst,^to oaajaJnVr tin* malli-i*. i|ih-r names
MMttaaadaia w. f. Smith. Hopkins Tuy-
lor.Matt. W. Aldersoii and \V. W. I.ivinn^^Ion. Some of mmm deny Mafcasj MlBM^ized lliekf names' to he used.
Thevvi-.illu-r here is c\ilinerly mmler-
nteand a hile the l.irga qiUssitlt) of snow^renders the sleiuhni^ Mill guml. il the^tii.ivv eiiminiies Mm snow vv ill pa siniii.
Sledgeparlies and straw rides are the^main fi'attire of prit .itc-sin-inl .iniilsi in. HI.^iind are of nightly in eiii-renee, many ol^the yotirisj p4^ople rlrivinjr lo Belgrade, a^email lown eiuht miles west, where dane-^and dinners art* said to In- in^liilo,eil in.
Alliimisiial and nne\peetcd mmilM-r of^BMMMjaM ^**^ In 1 11 in the city and the^Hotel Ho/einan is doint! a very iimal Iiiisi-^liess in all dc|uirlmenls.
Lastniuht the Kiekal Mala Wblal CMb
liswinlil. il al the residence of Jinl|^v I,. A.^l.ne. with MM ii-uul full attendance.^Five nuire KumeH will M-ttla MM sii ifc lor^the pri/es a l.ieli ale very hanilsome.
Mrs..Mnilil, an old timer ill t.all.ilin
aaaaapiwMaa name has baaa madeloraliy
famiaisal Slnshl's liridjfes over the (lalltt-^till, was f'liinil dead from e\|Mistin* a iluy^or two ago. at llu- emiily house win-re she^ii.al ban laki 11.
A MMM MM MIIPAItll.
Niin-yol a VtiutiK tVmintn Who AiitHf ml^an Ailvi-11 is^-mi-ul fur h Iiiiiithi-.s,
I'mii tin- Ni ^ fat 1, Mm.
Tin|h ople who are MMtafl. this MM) ih-
alaaaMMt1 I* utm and the atot) ItaeM
ih1 jaii's as milch in trinnpet tones.
Ameek little ad\erlisemeiii appcan-il in^a n-liyieits pa|M r reeen il^ . It staled that^tjie nd. i rliscr wanliil a pM*iaMM w ho.
aaaMMaMMf thin^~. ^ha ^ 1 leaa* ami 1 ill
eaiw tut the childn n.
Tileadvi rMaaaaaat aaiMjbJ Mm apaaf a^briabt yottaa Maaaaj, daa**bMr of a Imsi-^MeM nan in one of the low lis tin ihe
HtHlaOWiIII .1 spirit of llin she ilclci enned
aaaaMwarit. tin to gat Mm place, but for
lilnilsimetil. She \i liilc to the .(i I \ ert ^ - ^(
thaish^- was a oauMMteatl aavanapaaa She^added I
\s to mm pieiy I think I can saii-fx Mm^MjaM rantkiioUH,ulld la tin laiinly of Mm^adn rtiner, I wiHild iiTlainly prel^*r to ,^,it^v lib tin- ebildren.
HarbajMailed her h i h i . Mm yoasM
won.anbada lauab with her alater and^^hsinisM-il the siihji-ei lroni her mind.
Afew dav s la Her. as she was Lent ^ng her^bojna taf * aralk, aba paa*ad a icetitleiaaii^in a 1 ah. who was evideutly inukiuu for^lor hon e. When Rbe returned fruUJ In r^a.dk bar kimit arevti d bat ^ iUi.
Weii. noiv .miu'm- doaia n. A aanUa
mancalhsl a abort tunc ago In reapoDM^to vonr letter about tlM governeiia1 place.^And who do you think he is.' 1'olonel^Elliot! t. shepard. He aa^^a he is. And^that's not Mm varati Ha took your letter
intin ii s. ..-inn aaruaai. Id-...nil lie
was so imich pleaaad with the lone ol ) our^batterMtal he arajitad to aogagu rou at^once. He ne\er for a niiiiiitc detwted the^fcaicasm ^oii Ihoii^hi v\ as so clover*
Itis in.i related boa the alater got rid of^Mm adrertiaer, bul aba did balp bar aiatet
outof Ihrap* in BggM u.i).
OaaapMtl n kri
Prdkth^ l*nilat^nlii| iad MkMaa aaaaaM
.liuuarvn..
SinceMJT lam n poi I the ( ihiniei A
Heei.innip iiiv I, is aatared Mm maik'i
andmade sali s for January aad PebruauT)^delivery at He. and this h is pul a daaaM r^on the murkc: and ihe In nier feeling lia-^Kitetl way to 11 cert.nil dnlliit aa, as con-^hiimers are now ainplv ptm idiil for, tit^bast lor the present, ami are awaiting^IMMmt ^1cm I ipmeiits Krnlii all we hear
MMaMaaatea]is raiy uisni paai now,
btidthis is als i Baaaaa] hy tlie^veo Ihuh prices inih rnhnu lor casliuu^BjaaaMfW whiih b) raadily aalaMa al In ,o.^aud Wjy. CM Arizona pig mp|m'r almost^fiotliiiiK at nil is iiff^ red. or else rather
ahaaaMm gaar%M prMa. The pradwean
inMolilalia ale eipiall^ i ' la. '.a'lt lo ineel^the pn sent level, ami the \i,.,c.cida , ^.^peeuill^ has not eonn.' on tlio market .it^oil. yet. nitli any copjM r. imm ;,ll ap-^pearatices the lower prices now e-i.ili-^liabed ure greatly ^tlntubtting ooMiunp-^lion.
TheEnglish market, which h is been^very firm, b ailing tin- advance. I,., , ,,^ ,|^^advice that the I aluim 1 A Hit la eoliipaliv^is belling ben- at lie. lie. n r.n|,,.,. ,|, .^jirtusisl. tbe mote nan Auiericau isipp,-i^His offen^l moii' freely in lie I i;i..
Illllkel.-. ill c.ilisi ip'.ei.ee, (,'. M. ii.V.vvhie
weleft lust *ii^k al 4Jtr. r^^. for easji, |,,,,,^^h'lined lo Ml 7* *d easli and t\'\. t| , ...^fnontbs. l*'or maiitifactiinil tuttitHT ^,^ijuule: English tough. UHttU ta.i l^^aelwied, .'...'i CM atronu Baaaaa,
MUm.tfW:India nheets. 1TA HM.tr ^Mj^yellow iiiclal aheetH, .'i);d. The coiiMimp-^live deniaial is reportisl from I nr^i|ie im^l^ ing r.nli r biisk and BjaatcaaaMMMM^I unity stiH'ki d.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Ipa ami How in In Market Value* on Ihe^stm k Kirliange.
Nf.WYokk. Jan ^'1.^(invcrnnieiil IkiiuU,^steady.^( losing stm ks:
r.s. ft nnaHniai t M
II.a. 4'sooupua
I'.^. I ^ n '. I -O'l e.l nm
U.H.4' laroU|ioa..
I'.li'l ' l.s 1iri | ..nm .si*.^
Alchlaaett*a Tiaiisci.nimental
\iini io.ui Kxpross. ., I'ai'llli'Mall
i'aaadlaii rSirillr . M Kradlnu
t.iiiinlasoul In in . mi l.in I iriiiulo Wist^i mtral Paelflr. ... m'4 Riotlraaili' i^r.l .,
HurtlugtonIMS Woilraade BraM
baehaw'i'iia .... UXvlKoek Ulaoil.
i;i. I'M st. I'mii
p.,i.. k wai'j|st. i huI ^ Qataaa
jrio HOHlTrnulnal
Kansas\ levan l^V4 Texas PucWo
ik s|. .. 21^, (liilmi I'm iih
!VY. Central ...^i iro|^ea lin|i nil^i ih'h'iii slinil Line^i Iio({ihi Nitvii::itrn^, North Ano'i i' in
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j4MilvTefc\a^liti'a mi . i'.I'. pn-fi rred.
Mliiilmuit ^'iiii.il Ma1 ill . H. F.^
Mismri rii' lllr CIS Karen Kxiifeaa.,^Kurtttera HarlUr .94' wratern Dafaa.
S.V|irefernsl .. ib' Am. i'otloii till
Niirthwosiorii. .. ii.'i lutlmaaPidaoe ... m^\. w. araMRea. 4:i |
ItoslonhliM-k Vlai'ket.
llnsl'ilN.Ian. Ha I'ho la Mowing were^the closing i|iin1at ions:
Atehb Top l^l V* t-^ i Vex. i on. ^^^ at',
AlohK l i'K lud ait .... I ', Imuhi rwrili
'ti'litiTpkrallrd| ^ |s| nun h mis
I'anliliul.ii in* ivili IiIckii
hell leli'|.|n.no . ..^. |
Miiih- Vlurkct.
Nt:wYni.'K, Jan. -1. Money on call,
naj: i toaad afjared I pair eegfti
PriaaaMMaajaMla |m|Mr, B)(*)t par^tint.
Siciiim.'bradMgaai Qtaleti *Map bills
$l.s' .. il. inaii'l s|.^.^i;4.
Barsiiv er. K
beadmist, l'i'^.
I'elmleiiiiiMark* I.
HgjajYi^i:is, Jan. -I. l'l iroleimi. elosod^at UJ^U
THE NtW YOllK MARKET.
(insiii- QaaaMtMaM
s.1
HaBJYoitK. Jan. L'^t inns lor livdny arc :^Aliicili'aii I'lag. 1 sU
Alieni as
Adaaiit on l
furMeliils ami M iniiig
aak*i
I. The closing ipiola-
As|ieii.
lander
lUlle Isle
Ik-loher
Hei tv h^ kber..^iadla
Urmiswiok
i'hollar
iutora-kitvn. .^rah'ikinlu. I., il.^I l ow a Point^i tokirado fun^^ on . l al. ^ V a.
iOil 11 Is
iiiumiiiiiwcaltli^lietiuuiite.,
Ilnadaraod
lailika l im ^^Kather IteHaiH
Krcelaial
Itoajd\ t arr;.^Hide .v. Niiii'ioss
Ion^1 mi^I M^I M^^j to^I in
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i't-i'I im
4t.1^I iii^1 Ul
i'ii^i .a
i
tin
llolllisluk^.. ..
IloiiiSUvei
Ilelilia
Ilolvnk*
loilo|ieBletiie ..
him(Hirer
liexkaa
Mono
UlUUBl
Ml.INebln ....^N.I iiiii'nwiiillli.
iHjuuia
(tihir
(Heldeutal.
I'lVllllllllll
cMual ..
jl'lllK'lllv. \ll'
iHataaa
sierraNevada^HtMMbtrd .....^Hottert'reek.. .^'small in.in s .^s M. L V.^I niou i on^. Veilow Jarkrl .
ItM
!BJ^' iii
rnpprr.t ill mil i . ol.
MCBJYiiHK. Jan. U'l. -Copper Easy:^Lake, flu:;.! ii.
imm]Weak; doini sue. Sl.li.^TUi Weak: ^QaiMj.aiPflli.
int.naajraj ok hkat.
Allos's Hair s.al.lcd Oil vv liilc Ho xv as^Ilia in- I'l-oin a Iliilli.
SunKiaiii-isi ,i eon .m.i mils QMaa iMMMaat.
S| ^'iiil-I'ield-\gcnl Nelson of ihe gov-^ciiiuicim's DaaMi falMj aaadaabaj party^has just raaabed baaaTi afeera* r/raattful
(ripthmiigh the moiiuiaiiis Uiek of^Voaemite Hiirk, w lieiv he e\|ilomil I In* hew'^tci-i-iiot-v and disi-ovcrcd basaltic column^i LuTa whii h he declares gga Inllv aaagaj lo^the CaMrt'a Caiisewiiy on llu- coast of^Ireland. The parly went fnim ll.irvvin.^ill lie.iih Willi .v . across the l'.n aiinnl^uiiiiiuiaius to ihe QfapatrllM range m^Nevada, and then rilinmil over the^While maajgjtaina, entering Yosi mile bv a^new iiiiitc. In Saline Valley they found it
worsei ha u la any pr.ii iii DaaMi Valley.^Tlo MajMjagaaeln the aaaliarafl ettMlaed
b.vIhe heal oi the sun mil ill il vv as Ukag
fillHad'.
Wehad ^ line black dog.^' MJT* Agi til^Ni Isini, ^and on arriv nig in the valley the^MatTi being warm. Junipad Latoa sprinu lo
ooolulaaaeif W in n he got MMwa enel
wasso intense it sic iniisl and sea hied baf^skin, and east i|a^ all bis hair came nut^and he vv as completely law . The lolluvv-^bjfl day he daaii Thai night il w as so hut^ill the valley that I went early . Is f..re llie^sun w as up. Iii i v.iiiiiiin 1 he trap s vv c had^ael. I found several small rodents, hut^they vein dead and cnokisl in Mm IMP
froiathe baalaad fell lo piesaa when 1^alteuipted io eei Ihew out.
Viilliniis sighl we tali. Id was MMM^builinillUJ Itirda amid Hie snow and^Aretle putllMi lor hWea days n was^awful. Ill th t time we did mil make^Mape iban a mile a day. We would camp^M nigtll si in 1.11 m. s in sight of the ledge
when,era had caMpad on Mm pravbMM^night, i hi Mm horde! af Mm hitherto unas-^ploiid pari ul Voaomha Park. Ink af
MlHIIIII.veil, al tin bead of the IMMtn fol k^of ihe San -Iii.ii|.iin, vv e ime day came Upog
asight aoatraagean^llatereetlna thai we
lid inn i'aie In move on mini we hail^MbbM a lull cvplnraiion. What we d|e^^iiivi'inl wen. cm i.iiis elitts ul Isisallie
puis,siui.e Macbing Ul feel high, it 1111^all aix-atded. line ;^) feet lligb sloisl^on: lllisilppui nil. At ihe base n| lliegii at
l'lifla/are tlMuaandaof piecesnt baaaltlc^aptraa adiieb bad fallen and brokeav. Tbe^plot-cm were from to io 14 inebea Ihuk.^t he lias.ilne spire vv Inch stood out ulene^aaa about a Mat khtek. 1 do not doulH^Ibeaa rolumaar dills will eventually^hi ioii.e lam us. Their looatioUi lit the^bead of Ihe iiiirih fink of the San foaqutu,^la one of great picttireequeueaa and beauty.^Win a we reached yoaeudte old Gulen^Clark, guanllan of the vallev. ooukl
sealeelvImIiovc what 111! MM liiiu by^what route we had ei.ni^.
HonI lost In Mm i in I.Hi..
imm a^ v. i. Hi w ni Taba '
Thatbaai vaj loatert in life is astride a^f irm horse, vi ith a isi|a. halter. In thai^vvav you leun to rough il. Youaio|iii -^pared fin hard Ihiiinee.on the road life;^you b arn to hold on ; you got the lialiil of
BaaaaMaMjon pew own baaaa,aaai aai
apoaother |pic's ..lirrups. pgg llml how
toi limb mi w it 11. mi .-my IshIv to af*a^ paa a^Imost. It iIih a nut hurl you MaMMtl wlnn^you tall .ill. And sonic gaa) far on in hfc.^when yon an- in ihe midst of the hut nm!^dualy ciiy, am) y.ni are weary witbihc^rush a^l 11111 nf Hie world, iii your
baaglaailuapaa mil imrk one of Mm .^Mga of pleaaatu monuit-y. Yeaj In.:;^MM up by MM aide of your study or rnatll^ing lahl. . ami Innu MkM you jump mi, agd^uvvay you canter through IhI linn
aaohardand liy the ..hi lime meeting^bouaa,ar doara the lime in Ir.mt ^^1 ih^liarn. dashing inn, nK. egaf spaiklii -^water 1.1 the iMc.idnvv. wbete lio slops^lake the ui rnlag ili-itu: or pan Wteal liui^up lo tin-n^ king i Imii iiialiich ran bat^lorl'iycun. sui ilieiunntie ami belpli^ulld lie dr.ie^ _,,^, f,u,.|4 m*VJ* Sundo.
morningto the old e.ainlry ehurrli, ^here^many yeara ago be Blood tied to tbe jsiat,^while you, w iih fattier and mother at^either end of the pen , wen- learning of Ihe^laud where there is no pain, and into^which John 1.Hiked anil said, ^1 saw a^vv hue horse
m:\atoh KYI.t: on l^l\ok^ k.
Bg4MMI ^^f Hla Inn ^lltall.ni^ In Iha
sooili Itakola Colony,^slonv Fulls S|n.i'lal lo the New York World.
Hcgardiughia pro|a^siil meaaure lo ae-^enre an amendment to the constitution of^the I luted Stati* giving eoitgreaa power^lo regulate marriage ulld divorce, Senator^Ky le to-day aaid:
InSouib Carolina the eouiia refuae to^risrngnuc a ilivorei- granted by the eourta^of any oilier state, even ill cases where^both parlies lesided at the time of the auit^in the slate granting the divorce, provided^the niarriarge contract was made in South^t 'urolina. In New York Ihe eourta have^held thai while a divorce may be valid in^Hie slate where it was granted, and while^Hie sis oiid marriage may I^ valid in such^mate, it la not recognized in New York, the^result la ing under the New YorkrfleciHioua,^that a man or woman may legally have^liny iiiiiiiIkt of wives or husUinds, Ihua^practically establishing a system of^pol- gamy in Hie largest state in the union.^In older states the eourta hold valid a^divorce granted to a person who was a^citizen of another state by a state in w hich^he has a eiii/enship, but hold invalid a di^^vorce granted in a atale wbero ainiply A^residence ami not till actual ciluenellip In^aciuiiii d
SenatorKyle has la en investigating too^Sioux KuIIh ^Divorce Colon).^ Iheubuaea^which have grownoiit of il. and Hie laWa
whichhave made such alnr.es jaissible.^lie found ttt Sioux Calls sonic Mm inhabi-^lanls nf other states who had come lo ae-
curca divoii'i*. ami sonic ol^ whom wore^willing lo column parjajy ami practice^fraud of any kind lo secure Ihe desired B^^MMMi
Heivniii'i piaadL
KmniHie New York Tribune.
Ourtrunks bail la-en burned with the^ear, and w hen we got to Cincinnati an^ollli i.il of the railroad company desired^each one of us to give him our statement^of loss. A tall ami solemn balking young^man came to me as I was figuring awity.^and wanted to know wh.il sum 1 was^going to name.
Well,I think my loss is at leual WO,'^^I replied. ^Was your trunk bin in d tia^^
Yea.-'
'^iot your loss figured mi'.'^^^Not yel; and I wunl to ask you alawl^il. Can I talk lo you in eonlidenceV^^^i l. ye-.
Well.I don I aupivose my things were^actually vv o|-t h ov c|- tflL1. but
Hillyou'd like lo gel Sv-U'.'-'
Thill'sil, exactly. The railroad folks^seem v\ illing to pay w hatever is askisl.''
Will. then, why not make il U^0'.
Woiilibrtn la-cheating^
That'sa Matter MM must settle with^paMT ow n aaMMaMMe*
Yes.1 know il is. and gaul darn my but^^tons if ] don't bona thai si ii i ii laxly will^l.iek nic all over this tow n.
Why,what's the mutterV
^M..t'er!Wbv. instead of being ready^to si imp tbe railro.ul out of SKI or foil. I've^got intake eiO or SIJ! I've lain study ing^to la-a preacher fur the last six mouths,^aud blaat my aid hat if I daat to n il ^em a^lie! That's alius tin- way of it. I'm never^fixed to hii any thine, good which conn ^^along!*1
IterMania for Bargains.
limit (In- Huston lli-l'ald. u
ihen-was a curious instance of llie ex-^i nines pi which a lairgain fiend may la)^earriiil p-veuled by the death of a woman^in one of the suburbs a few day s ago.^Among Iici Ih longings wcie found ulaiul Ml^pieces of dress-giaala that had never la en^made up, aoliie of them, judging from^their sty lea, a score of y cars old. I If calico^ami other w rapper there were nearly three^times as many, ami a huge accumulation^ol w caring apparel nf all sorts was also^found.
As^ill greater surprise lo tin- family was^Mm discovery of not less Ilia II .'ptm pairs of
oldstm kings.all oarefullydarned and put
away.All the hosiery that llie household^had had. and. as lin y supposed, worn out^yeara iigo, were tlu-ii-. as carefully mended^and packed away as though lin y had la-^loiigcd to a saint.
Theclimax was the unearthing of a^gn at pile of empty tomato cans, which^the COtlecieUtioUl old soul hail stowed^avvav for some purpose known only to^herself.
Herfamily knew that she bad a mania^for bargains, and w ould buy anything ami^everything if she ^bought it ana cheap,^but tlte Inventory of her purchases was a^genuine revelation even lo thein.
Wain,o s night* iii the Soiiiii.
Prntntin- Washington Post.
Thewomen of Alabama have not yet^been given ^ lie right to vote, but they seem^lo have acipiilisii the privilege of la-jug^ly m lied.
CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS
.!.!^^ t fisi im ii/i under ItiiA hriut tme rrnt p^r^worn na-ft ui^. i fioa; apo-tnl rata irtt onitraeU^fur diJimU- i*it da. Au inii'frlMaHuig uciiptal^./or im flinn hi ula.
WANTED.
\\ W l l ii V ; 111 to do general lloiiievvork.
It Ipply at litiltallniiM. aanat Oaaaf ami
Itout.
AN'tHII. Hood lively agents; giaal _nay.^laQulra , - ii. Livingstone, Uraana, Mont.
FORSALt.
is 111 syi.i Mis. l.vuns ikiarillnii i la^I* Me.alert die; lining a good 1'iisiuiss, l..t salo
rheap.
|oli s\i.p. lit,, r.i.imi Ki'staurant, liiuultf;
Idolu-^ a si.ietidld liiislm-a*. Batlsfin-tary^reaanut fur si-ll|iig. Apply (irauil lli-sluiiiaat,
niiupauurg.
I^11; ^ \ l.I^ Itoardlni: housi^ nxtures t.^ |a
I i.l'ate :n l.i iui dors, atid vv llll I wo vcftri'
leaseon Imiivllii: Iii aiasl Meauty; Meoatoeflat^pu s. at. hn|iiiio standard l^i addresi.
KORRENT.
jDniRIll'NT Kurnlabad rnoau all Modem Im-^I proveit* 111 piIvalo family. Ola N. data
street.Butte.
'ftiLEI By Ihe day, week or pjaatb, ele-^I g.iiitlv fin nlslii'.l iiHinis. vi nil elii'iiK li-jhta,^hot ..it I .at lis. hoi and cold water: eUUfr singly^or en Mine, al iiiiHlerato prleea, al '.': West^uvarti ftieei, Bntte. Tbe Rarheueu, Mra, K.^i anuliMck, i toprirtiaai.
FVil!IM N I I in iiislii .l inoiiis. Willi or with^^out In ui rd, at Hi ^ VII. ton II ins-, turner Ma^-^ka ulal Vi i st i.ianlt,' stleets. Missis, liiiflorty.
I'l.-in.is. .^ no si am ni u' tlnM^^lu-l iuau s, tjj K.
iark turret, liuito.
rya i;i'\ i
I and tyneartten, at K. IL
MISCELLANEOUS.
Itlsl A lllillell Of ke^I ante. Kinder will I.^eg same to --W inl.'l^^ ^ .
.in or MM^^ Maanted i-^^li.n sinun.
Hoatbituru-
pili:tilli H I^ Pl.Ai I to llml all kinds ,,^ j.mn^I li' ln; upplv lu Mis. MrKlanon'i rmptef-^^nt oft ^. js Wist lirmiite aliaat.
\I Its. A. I'llillllili.il l
I nut Maatrnre. liata i^iiHeini n tu rtaiuertlua.^a e-i i.ia.nte ttreel.
Unites'tuUrdreaMf^-^ins tor Ue aa aud^.No. ^!, Hoott Muck,
BUTTE AND ANACONDA.
Manufacturersand Dealers
Inall kinds of
Lath,Shingles, Mouldings, Doors and Windows,
PLANINGMILK WORK.
Estimatesmade on Hard Wood and Kastcrn Pine Kinish for buildings of any size.
Aspecialty of Cord Wood in Car Lots and Fir Mining Timbers.
HAY.GRAM. FEED. FLOUR. CORN MEAL. ETC.,
RockSprings Lump,
PennsylvaniaAnthracite
andCumberland Blacksmith
AFULL
LINEOF
BAINWAEONS AND EXTRAS,
Allgrades of Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts,
Lightand Heavy Harness, Saddles, Robes, Whips, etc.,
Completestock of Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows,
-AN'I)ALL KINDS OK
AgriculturalImplements and Extras.
StateAgents for
B.F. ^ H. L Sweets'Common Sense Sleighs ^ Wagons
AKPICPIJI .to Kast r.ranlta Stroi-l. Butte,^yjl l IV/LJ^i Krout Street, Anaruwla.
J.T. CARROLL, General Manager.
N
ORTHERN
PACIFICR.R.
THH
GREATTRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE,
I'usseaHiriiilL-li Wlaonnain, Miimrwita, Nnrth^llakfta, Maiiltiiba, Mnutalia, liluliu, Oieiiuu^MM WualiuiKluu.
th,DINING CAR LINE.
DiningDM are run Leiween Chicago, St.^1'aiil. MlnneaiMillH. W iniiii.e., Heleua, butle,^Taennia, Seallle anil 1'ortlaiiil.
PullmanSleeping Car Route.
1'iillmanaajftai iialiy lietwii-n t'liieaco, st.^rani. Montana auil the I'si-llie Nortliaesl; anil^I.. ; wei ii St. I'aul, Mlnneaiiolls ami Minnesota,^North Dakota ami Manitoba iHilnln.
THEPOPULAR LINE.
DallyKxpreaa Tralnn earry eloyant rullman^SleejiliiK t am. DlnliiK ears. Day t oacln ^, I'iiII-^man Tounat bleeiari, and Free t'olonitl Meei^-^-Inn t'ara.
YELLOWSTONEPARK ROUTE.
TheNorthern Vaelfle Kit. i^ the rail line to Yel^(.^^^ti.ue 1'ark. the popular line to California^and Alaska, and It* trains pass through llie^^i .indent ki enery ol aeven statea.
TH ROU GTPTIC K ETS
An-sui.1at all coupon nAV-eii of tha Nortliern^I'ai ltlc railroad to iinluU North. I'.ast. Soulliauil^West, lu tho lulled Slates aud Canada.
T1MK SCHKDULK -^AltltlVK at utnt.
No.im, Bozeman expreai4 v. p. in
No.ion, ^I'ouy expresi lu:45 p. m
No.lia;. From the West ulally)U'ltiunonn
Missoulaand Helena expressU ri p. ill.
MMMrao.vi ulttb.
No.1. r^i-lfl^' mall r,:Oi p. m
No.ids, llnienian express12:.^Op. ai.
No.110, ^Pony express!0:i^la. in
Missoulaand Helena express. ..7:90 a. ill.
Miuidav,Weiliiesdav and Friday.
Il.i/elnanexpress arrives and leaves from^Nortliern l'ai-lne de|sit. No. 4, east bound, ar^^rives and leaves from Montana Cnloii deitot, has^tiiroiiKh aleeper for St. I'aul anil ^ lilntso. No. i^di-pal is from Montana I'nlou depot at 2:HS p. in.,^has lliroiigli sleeper for Taeoma and l'oituuid.^Nus. l aDd 4 carry lia-al mall.
ForKates, Maps, Time Tables or S|ieelal In^^formation apply to any agem, Nortlieru l'aelfiu^railroad.
IIAlii i s 8. FKK,^General l'asseutfei and Ticket Agent,^WM. TCOHY.bl. I'aul. Mluo.
OaaacalAgent,^isi l-jist Bioadwiiy, Halle, Mont.
IncorporatedUnder the Laws of lontana.
STATESAVINGS BANK,
BUTTE.MONTANA.
gouthwestCorner Main and Parle streets.
rAlI)IN CAPITA!,
$I OO.OOO.
Fireper eent. Interest paid on Savlnts Deposits^and Compounded Keml-Anniially. Kecelves^Deposits Subject to ^ heck. Discounts Com^mrrclal Papers and Loans on Iteal Fslate.^Draws Foreign and Domestic Exchange.
officehours From 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. and oa^Saturday evenings from 7 p. in. lo 8 p. in.^p. A. Laiiufv. President.
C.11. 1'ai m kk. Y Ice President
T.M. IluuuKKa, Cashier.
Directors-P. A. U^r^e^. Chas. H. Palmer, 0*o.^W Slaiileton, S. V. Keiniwr. T. M. Uodgens, A.^11' liar ret, lieof. La veil. C. F. Booth, K. D.^Cavett.
COTTAGEHOME.
Anaconda.Montana.
217Park Avenue. Opposite Catholic Church.
Thishouse luu been neatly and newly fur^^nished throughout. Only white help employed.
Boomand iMiard *J^ |*-r mouth. Meals 3Sc.
OpenJau. ^.^Wn.iiAM Bbabazon, .... Proprietor.
T
HECOTTAGE HOTEL
Cor.Colorado and Galona Ste.
Thishotel will be run on the Kuropcan plan, in a^strictly first-class manner. Rooms light, newly^papered, painted anil furnished throughout. Every^convenience for the comfort of ^^uc.sts. Rates liberal.^Now open under the management of
AnExcellent Restaurant CZ A IV A ^ VI IT'I'L^^Run in Connection.3/\IYl nlU 1 1
THEMODEL.
Takea walk on Last Park street to this popular resort It^is the nicest beer parlor in Uutte to pass a pleasant
evening. Nothing but
FirstClass Liquors ^ Cigars
Arckept in stock. The waitresses arc attentive to the want*^of patrons and prompt in executing orders.
Vocal and Instrumental Concert Every Evenlntr.
J.A. GORDON, Proprietor. | 42 E. Park St
WM. 1.. BiMiF. M. n. IIKOWM.KK. K. C. CHAM-^BHIS, MAlllTh 1iai.V, K. K. SAltHKAM.
HUGE,BROWNLEE 4 CO.,
BANKERS,
EUTTECITY, MONT.
Transacta ceneral kMkaM busluess. K^-^rliani:e dr.:wu uu all lliu leadluj; cities ul^Europe.
COLLECTIONSPROMPTLY ATTENHKD TO.^rreapoi
York;M'ells, Far*^ ^ Co., Salt Ulke; Wells.^Faiio^ Co., San Fraiielseii; Omaha National^Uank, Omalu, First .National Uauk, Omalia.
FIKSTNATIONAL BANK, ASAcvSDA.
hvaukeeBottling Works
WALLACE,IDAHO.
John7-wrirau - - - - Proprietor.
Asentfor ,lo^. Hehlltr Brewing Co.* Celsv^brated Milwaukee Bear.
.60I^A, SAR8APAIHLLA. CinER, ETC.
\VuHaudle I ulou Ooods Exclusively.
MARTINA FOX.
IHmUt*la
Rutf tors. Tobacco and Confivtionery
Wnoksale aud relail uealars Ul COAX OIL.
VUTHK OF KOKFEITl'KK. - Aiv.i-onda,^1^ Daar Lactaa aauaty, Muat.. .inn. is, isii-_*.
ToMartin liroillv n k ami .losenli Wear: You,^and eui'h of you ale herehv unlllled that we. Hie^iiiiderslciii-d eo-owners, have exiH-uili-d lour^hundred dollais in lahor and Improvements ^. j^ ^ ^^the Carbonate Hnl iiilnlnu i-Ialm, as the saiiie
ap[iearsof rei-ord In llie ofni-e of thunty re-
i-orderIn and lor tin- eoiiniv of lle.-r Ui.Iko aud^state of Montana, on pan'- ao^ In Bonk O of^OuartJ! Lode Rei-ord. In order to hold said prom^^ises under the provisions of sri-tluii MM, Bat laad^Statutes of the I'nlted stales, lieing Hie amount^leipilred to hold the same (or I tie vears eiuhiiii^Dee. ul, lass, Dee. :il. is.su. Dee al. ism. and la-e.^Hi Mil and If wltliiu uliietv davs from Hie^sen-lee of this notlee liy puhll. .ituui iipoii you.^you fall or refuse to i niiliUnite your portion of^sueh eypenditure as a eo-ow tier, your interest in^said elalm will heconii- the pro|k'rtv of llie suli-^serlliers. under said seetlon -JJ-^ of the Ilevlsed^Statutes of the United states.
Wn.iiAMa ana,^.inns LAvarar,
W.S. C vhtv,
A.MrKAV.
.1v M Ka llu nrv,
.1vmfs CI.AliK,
1.F. KtHliv,
i.II. EM.i.ish,
FirstPublication Jan. l% l**:.
i;
IEATNOKTHHRN R'Y LINE
MontanaCentral.
realihrouiili syslein
Forall isitnts Fast, West or South.
Tin-only Hue In the Northwest ownlnz
audola-ratInK Its uutiru equipments.
SHORTDIRECT LINE
Vit ii elegant dinini; cars attached, for
St.Paul,
Minneapolis,
Duluth,
Chicago
Andall points Fast
Intll further notire trains will leave Butte
follows:
Arrive.|
7.00p. in.^11:40 11. in.
Alltrains dally.^Al Until express,^easi-liouud.^Helena lis at.
I^Depart,
Tan a. m,^a .pp. m.
Formaps, rules, further Information, etc^^call at illy ticket office. No. 10U Main St., Unite.
!..('. STFBB1NS.^Traveling Passeutjer^Alieut..
J.K. DAWSON.
lien.a -i-nt.^B. II. l.ANGI.EY.^Geu. Tkt. Aiit.M.C. Ky.
IMPORTANTNOTICE.^Owners of Horses.
NOTICETO CO OWNEB William C. Feltn^Vmi are hen liy noiltled that the under-^Hitnnl. vour eo|^rtner, has ex|ieiuleu one liiin-^ilnd dollars ilnsii lu lalmr and Improvement*.^In representing the Etta i|iiart/i'la.m In Seveu-^Uj^-ni(a mining district. Deer l/^lse county,^M .utaua. for the year ending tsai. and if witliin^uiiiety days after service of this uotiiH^ by iiulili-^cai.uu vou fall or refuse to pay your part or said^ani.iuiii due nie for rei^reseutin^ vour pan. with^Interest and cost of aftartlstac your nnr-rlfhth^^ test in the said claim will become the pi.ip-^irtv of your copartner, under seetlon ;. t.'l 10-^vt^ ^! statutes of the lulled Mates.
W.c. WILLEY.^1 ii publication December 31, isul.
NOTICETO CO-OWNFB To iieorge Falr-^sraasaart You arc aarab) noutini thai i
haveexpended RWU In labor and lni|in.vi nients^Uls'ii Hie Mountain Boy and Metal \\.., ker^Placer mining claims, said in , ei claims uelag^In .ui nnoriaiiiUi'd linnlng dlsirlcl. in iIn-.-,.untv^ol i'. er Uidge. state of Montan i. In order to^li 'l.i v u,t premises, under Hi,- pi..v:^i.i..^^^.,^-^' ii ;j, nalseil statutes ui tlie I'mted Mate-,^being tlie amount nspdrrd to bold llie same t..r^tl.ev,.nr ending Dec. .11. l^ni. \u,| if wiililnanl^d:n^'fi^in the service el this n.iti,,. orwlthlaaa^d.i vs ifier tlu^ notice bj pul licotl ml von i iliac^n f:-^^ io ciintrlluite your proportion of such ex-^I 'i ture as eivowiier, your inter, -i m Kild '^^ i i:.s will iH-coine Hi- prii|^-rt^ ol tbe -^s. rlher. un^^r said leeilon i'..t-.'t.
w^ ci ni is.^First publication. January p.\ is.. .
Onand after September t, law, our patrons
w111 rind us located on Mercury street, lietween^Main and Montana, near Monlana. wliero ^^^vs-HI be p'.e.ised lo meet them. With the I.est^eipilpjieil shop in the slate, we will lie better^prepared than ever to do work on short notice.^We Mill endeavor to make till! the first-class^sluicing shop of the city, w here horses w ill ro-^celvo our la-rsuual alteullun at all lime..
_ RAY 4 BECKER
PRESCRIPTION1959-
Awonderful compound of the celebrated Dr.^Vel|K^ux. Paris. Prescription 1060 1^ sold on
J-OelllVEOt.VH.VMKK i.j i 1 KK.
Anyform of
Miivoismm.
Nun.liter how caused,^such as disorder af tlie^generative organs of^either sex. |vatns in the^baca. nervous prostra^^tion, bysteila. etc.
Ourncent* are Instructed to REPt'nd ^^T
MuSKV I'vlli li'lt I'll! si nun |,,y Ul,.., Ml,,.|4
satisfactionand I t km im n i v i ke is Nm M
ii.iku by using six boxes.
Pria st a l^-^. at six boxat for (.^ i-. ii!i written^pmrantee. Sent by mail securely sealed. Ad*^dr-s. nil ciininiuiili-atlor.s to l^ M. Vi nhroDruj^Cuiii|stuy, sole vms liullo fit), MouL

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