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The Anaconda standard. [volume] (Anaconda, Mont.) 1889-1970, February 16, 1892, Image 6

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RUMBLEOFJHE RAILS
GossipAbout Many Tilings Concerning^Railroad Men.
A MIGHTY KNOWING KID
H Tolls About thai Domes of the^Boys In Missoula The^Latest From Llv-^lnR3ton.
ape:.il t'orresponilcnie of tin' standard.
MlSiNlVll.A. IVIl. II. Sillllo of tlll^ IxiV
|bb4MM nmii^'\ l.t-t niulit l^\ BMtiMJ Ml^G 'nloii. lie in ^ iKiilrnii.ikiT and tlx v^tln.iii.lit Could llo ^ ilM'} . lint l^- was Hot^muni to tin- task.
Tlirn'|Miii i nline fiviii ilii' fivinlit ^flier^1li.il Ike ll.u |^ster i^ I'eiinsvl-^v.inia MM MOQttl l.i In'lu.iirii ^l.
tioiiorulSupi i inti tuli'iit K.iiiIk i- ^'\-^^MWl Ml HMMMh ^^i Ml private MJV on
No.i imm4*Jm
NoiiiKtrurlioiiH rotiri i nine llie two i'\-^tr.i paBH-niii r HaiiiN tliiit iin'j!^ ii^m-.^U^ MM^on in tlit- spiiiiu have l^^n nwlviil at Su-^piviiitriiiliiil RMMy'lssVilsti No sin-,^prise '\ ill lu- i-\|m i iriM'i il it Ihr trains art'^Jill i on shortly after tin' 1st of April.
oloin I ItiiniM ^ MM at PMNfMbWi on
TinnMiay.
Tin-pay ^ ar * ill MM lliroiijjli ROT next^Satuiitay.
f',niilt:ctnr Ti.tn May ami ^ iff sf liflMI^MMkltolt I'anl. Mr. M.ivV leave of^MMHI Is for '^*^ ^-.
t'ondiiftorW. .1. Mill leaves lo-inorro\v^liinlit fiif a 11 ^.\ tla\f-' sjMMMM in Tin'inna.
OperatorI). II. Uraillrv lian Ihimi aliwnt^MM flat ilav- lioin tin- MssM on IMMMa of^^llllll
Mllovvill. the iMJpMM'M'i |M a^I m ,i ill il u 1 \ a len t im tiwlny, ^-^^tilled ^ I hi'^11..;or StlMlstMC*
OtsStKrifkst n. a Mr tiou MMJM M^)i^ u iiniiilh. vii^ btWMjM l^^ tlio liospital^1^^-day. Ilr is sU k.
I.ali'last inuht .in nitlv alV.iir OMMsl
nttin' Hue I . yo salona, I'. PimquMciof
till'WMMt li^^i '*^ otliic was drunk and^MMfft'l^ ^ni^. I). J. Sliecley, a lirul,email.^Van in tin* saloon at tin* linn*. Then'ie a^r^ MjnM in tin* saloon. Ah IoM at IMI^^h (sit. IVnipiiti- pit ki'd up a Imtili' of i-at-^si.pand BMHMl its t-ont* uts down Sln-^^ley's MMU Ni \t In pnun-il a piteln-r of^M on him. ^^ till Shiiliy f. irl a .it^fi' iu RtftmUsK him. MJMMJ hint I^' MM^drunk and la-tirr ifi't out of tin* plai^mid ii'itul Ins MMMMBi 'I In n IV|i^|tia^tlni'u a pin lift- of milk at liiiu. Mill^Mi't'lry wi.nlil not Unlit, as Ml is a M|i^jam crful man and did not \\.tut to strlks^a MsWMMI man if M l oiild amiil it. Thru^]N iitpiitf steTMsl in with Ml MMMI and^ahusrd HUsasP) is hstflty as SS wan jtlih*^li i id tall 11 nil him vv ilh Is-ini: alia id to tit hi.^Tlioii shi'i lfy stiui k him mid I.iuh kod^MM tun ti-i'tli and iitliervv is^^ BSSSj him up.
input*'sfai r Is in had slut{h^ tunlay.^Hoth iii' ti art'iiudi-r Iannis lo IMMMf in^|H^lifi^ roiiii tisinoi'iow iiutriiini!.
FrankK. Waikii's was IiiiiisIi'iitiI fimin^tin- shops on Thursday to tin roi.iry snow^|^low. Ih'will pmhihly run tin'plow for^tin' remainder of tin- wason on lIn- ^li\ mIk^mi tin* * 'ii'iir d' Alrin- hratii'h.
Anionntin; ord*'i^ on |s)S hidU'liti th..inl^is one n*ailinit as follows :
Miss.ui \. MsWm I'l l1 II. MM,^nasMSSSf A n. / . i k la l i/M It it. 1.nihi l'
MMW aiHIlathasM|rif lh^ MHM^nf Nil. I.V. an ^Lii\n mi whl.h Mai IMMMH^^|iH*s nut iiiu |a t.iUa i'lmti'.i'at a ssali cf has^roiiiln |k^|hth foi MinUn anil Valines, aattv^f^lli^ tlli'lil latin' pinrrr partii'sHt tlmsi- stiuli.a'-.
s.^; I; m-i \, BSpSfaBsMMaM.
Thisis hut atiotlK't' instalii'*' of i 'olom I^IlatniM'y'h i'ourti'sy. If MM Mai to M^fi'oin olif rnd of tin' road to tin* other, lii-^Wi.iilu pot find a man MMSJ MIMM and^ohlifin^ than tin- siiim-i luli ndi'iit of the^liiH'ky mount.^tu di\ isiou.
Tliritrlillri.illift ordered hn Waller^Mellermotl BJB) e\|ieeted any time now.^Meanwhile lie poos around in a wheel^chair. Tin artilleial leet for \V. S. I'.ly^^ ere otilereii a ft w day h a^o.
AImiiiila rarloads of fii'iifht foi lheMon-^tana i 'ouimeii'ial eonipatiy liaxe MMi rc-^retxed within the past fe^\ day ^^ and alsiut^L'u rarlotids more an on the road.
Till( M.t llm.
TOOTS
in.
Tin llorjr of n ni'fk't llttlns* Al^I me Maw l it Itir^ltMI.
HparUICnrtesiHiuilriu e of the s|uu,laril.
LiviMision,I'eh. ||a Kiuest PMsMMsi^steiiot;raphi-i lo Siiperitttetiilein i'ltiii. wan^in Unite Sunday, MlMfMMJ bMMI Mi tin*^eveninii train.
C W, lliekui.lll. till If f elerk of i ho
Montanadit isioii. departed I rida\ e\e-^11 ^ iik' for M . I'anl. w lu ir hi' w ill IMMIMII^MMi of uieilieal tn atnient for isUlMi^Ml . Ilii klllatl lias MMi ehief elerk of ihis^tlit isiou iter sinet Sti| H'rii it i in lei 11 PlMI^Iih'U eliai^i . .md. like all of the ur.oltinti m^tinder Sii|H-nuti'iiileut Aiiedie when that^gentleman bsafffMUMl tif the tflMMMlMM^tlitision, is eouiittBd one of the most^MMMH r.nlto iil men mi the road. Mr.^ifiekmaii has bssHI allliefeil SritltlSSkfisSSS^for Mime time and it has now reaehetl that^atajre w lierr uieilieal aid MMMMI IMI^^ ary. llo expeets to Ik* ahsent alsiut six^\ti*rks mid his nutny friemls hope that tie^will roliirn enllli !y eurrd.
HenryWallaeer, who has liei-u eut-^^ImmI as night ear elerk under AmmI^Merriatn. has resigned lo aeeepl a more
Itlil'Mtlteposition as IsHikkeepel ui I he
NationalPark Imnk.
CoiiiluriorTom Harper has returntil to^Mississippi after a few days' \ isit w itli the^rallli'.nl Isiys. Last II lilat while Mr.^)iai'|Hi-a ml setei.tl of his ftiendH were^huatMf, ill HM oulskirlK of the eity i hi y^ran opto a tt ildeat and had an exeitinu^time eapturiiiK the animal. After eha-inu^it aw hile they Dually dime him out on a^flat, where the mmi MMMMImI M IMMJ ii^nut and it was e.iptured alitr. The .n:i-^lil.ti was taken MM k to Mississippi, w hi le^Tom will ^ -x1111111 it to his friends.
KoreiuatiJ. II. Ilowers.of thelilai ksnuth
Shops,met Willi nil no iili'lll Tllrsll.n aft*
MMMslwhieh has oauttnad him in his^Inline lor a few days. He was aMMMd 'il^kir.tipIn^ iia piei e of iron with the^toll .ill) haliuuel w hell the lotei of IMI de-^saMsMIM bMM t w n in hiil the iron hum^Ins MM p and thn w it iiKaltist his hi ,u|^with sufTh lent font' to llutiw hiinhi .nl-^filist ataliisi the .hal p point of a laraa all*^vil. His fat e was terrihly rut sikI bruisnl,^lieeessitutitlit llie taking of .eter.il slip In .^li\ tin' eonii iaii| pli) sleiali.
(oiidiieioi .1. r, Hal ins, rlilaf aotaMMsW^of Snowy ||MI Hit isiou. No. ji. ii, |{ (^MtMMMl this MMfjlMJ 1MM M, Paul,^w IMM in- w i nt to at tend the met iing at
ihr-etilltlllf tots ol the Notlheiu I'.nltli .^Ha m p.ii |h that sevi ral i IkSILat l were in.nle^iii the si li dull w huh m ill I ^ highly lune-^ti) isl to the t'otiUut tors. After liiusl.n g
hislalxirs Mr. flanic* s|h^it a few weeks^lakiiifx in the eaitt.
Aletter reeeivod Inim Charley Alt x-^IIIMIL MM af the old-tiuie itinduetors of^this division, states Hint he lias reaehetl^Mexico, ami ih now railrouditig MM
Thethinl MiioUH MaMMjl whitlilius^hnpiH iietl in the xunls at this place within^the past month, occtirnd last night, nicii-^tii.n of which was inuile in Friday's^siTjixn^int^. The lull i .trth-ulitra ol die^accident ate as follow*: L^u*t ^'B1'1 atajul
II:^a the crew were I leaking up a freight
whichhail just ie ill (MM the west,ami
I'.tlHt Poistcr. known MMMg lheiailio.nl^Ih^\s as ^Itctl.^ climlit il onto the li ar Mai^ear t^f the train. The train MM*lMfM|^haeketl di w n ihe yanls. the inli litnni ba^^ing to iiit ell the car on which Ih-^Poistcr w.u standing and throw it^onto one of the side tracks. When the^ear was opposite the yarduliiBtor's office^one of die sw itchmen attempted to MNu^the pin count t'liiig the car w ith the rest of^the Irulll. hilt Uing unalilti totlolliis.^gave the signal to the cngiiKt r to slop.^'I he tiain was going at a pu tt) rapid pun^and the Ion e of the MMI jerk hy w Ml h^il MM MMMMI was sullii ient to throw
iiiPoisti r headfortmost onto the track.^Mm he could mmsj the train MM mm n^Istat the forwanl uueks passing otcr Isith^..mis. Night Ynriliiiasli r W ilson saw the^^M iilent and i il I Ii il to lit a ii ami Wilkin*,^who were standing near, ami sal^throe removed the injnntl man^into the yaidniastcr'H i Hire. He-^Potster wan stilt BMMFMM wlnti^picked up and after I cing MsTfMtl MssaB^inked If they gut his mills ami legs, lie^then ri lapsi d into an MMMM coinli-^litill and a sliorl time alterwnrtls was la-^MM to MM olllte of Alton A i ampli. II.^|lr. Alton, the company physician, was in^ISig TiinlH'i'nt the tunc the an dent ta^^mm red and the llijiu sal in.ill I is atleudi d^to lit llr. i'limplM-ll. The fl. w of lili-iil^was MMi laiiin lied and morphuie adiniii'^isieii'd hul MMMMJ farther was MM until^II o'i Iim k this MaMMsI when Hi Alion ii-^luriied. HlstsM adinintsi red rliksm^Inim and starinl to mv4mm an MMMflufl^on the fractillt'tl skull and whits h^^ was^thus eugagi'd one of tin sw itchmi n who^wnspn-cni nuiarked ItMl lie Is-lien d^the |i^..n was d) itlg. All eyes were I hell
dtree led to !^^ I'oistci's hue, ami batata
anyPOttM icahy.e it. he gate a gasp or two^and died. An IMMMMtMal showed that^the fall had fill^MMl his skull otcr his^right etc and hack of his car, and hit^death is attrihuted to the pMMMfl^t rai l in i'd MMMM ol the skull on the^liraiu.
Ilil'oist^^ was ^ban) M years of age, hut^hail In en laihoadiug for a MtMsaaT of^year-. Last I Ii een.hcr lm came hei*e from^( alilornia, win re In' has two hrolhei s w ho^an also MMMMI in railroad-^lug, one ol them hating lost^the lingers on one hand a few yi'ars agi^He tvas a meiulier of (he Hlothi I'IioihI of^li. ilway TruiiuiK'ii, ami hadM.'oi iiiHtir-^.nice in that order. lie was also a ineiii-^lierol the Knights of Pythias lodge, and^earned .*_'.!^^^ in it. Ill addition to tin^allotc iHilieien, it is statetl that he hits^I0O0 ill the I'idelily eompaiiy,
Ii mil I lie time the accident BjcetsfTMl nil^til his death a MMMM1 of the II. Ii. T.^men and MMsMMI of the K. of P. IimI^i^this city iMmMMI his MsMMl and did^everything 'la I could to relieve Ida safftit^iu^'. The IhhIv w r. reinot id in the mi^ili itak. r's this aftcriiiHiu and prepared^tarbtsHtd, A MasHtaas was sent to his^mother M fJMaMa Clash and the MMMsM^w ill M held until sin is heard liiiiil.
Timit
STOCKS AND liONDS.^I pft unil MMI in Market VsSSSM M tin'
Stti.l'k t m 1 Him'.
KM^'l^llK, Mkli The KtiM-k market^to-ilay was still unusually aetite. and pit^m illed a strong front almost throughout
thesettles sasasatii PfMfMMM mm tin
coaldeal has siilisiilcd. sjsj iug to the way^in w Inch coal sliM-ks held their adt ances^Then* was only one weak |hiui( in tin^market, distillers yielding steadily in tin^face of the .ultaneiiig market, thoiigl^^ as kepi company for a time hy Iowa ^ eu-^tral preferred.
Theclose was nctito and strong, at^alsiut tin'top figures of the day. The ;ul-^t unit's include .h iscy t eiitral. j:^: DMbM^Paeille, Ji/.; St. Paul,Atchison ami
1had ing. i .uli. -' ^: ( aiiaila Southern. I:^t oiilage, I 1,. ( . t . ^ . A St. 1^iiiis. I ',. ami^others suialler .iinoiintH, while distillers is^dow n L'1,.
IioveriunentI m no Is, tli ill. easier,^t losing siiK'ks:
I'.s.fsnvlsteii'il iiii'. V. Y. CentralIIMf
C.MLI'seouuiai lli.'diiregiiii liup'ml If^C. H. P rini' ti n il. tHregtMi ahort line. :mi^^C. s. ,s. uii|Miii .kll'cgiin Niitlirail n s.i^1'iii'lile li slim North Aniern'.'iii
Al.Ills..ii 4l^a'Ilailsi iilll.llelll.il
AmericanKit^res^. . I'aeitie M.ul :^:'t^i an.nil.in rin-iil.' sin Ic^imIIiii: .. iHiAb
I.tll.lilll Htmtliertl Ii ') Kill 1.1.til.Il' West.. ....
ill. Itiu liramlr iifil
i.- Km i,i.iinir nrsts^net, i.iH'k isi.imi..
:iV ^l. I'anl^.. . s^t. Caul \ i ItniliU
ll.nttnnHlnrk Market.^IIosto^. I'eli. 15. The following M^tin* closing limitations:^Ateh ^. lull lsi II1. Mat. ra% CM an
Mcli,. Ipk iml gut', tinnil ^ ri|.
AtcltftT|ikraUrtt...^^ Isl nmr h ml^
HurUniituii1^^V aan IMego 1
MlI clepliiiiie... jou I
MulletMarket.
Ni.wVoiiK, Kch. Lft. Money on call,^eaity : closed offend \'/- per-eenl.
Primeinenaiitih) pfi|h r, Ay.nr.y. per^rent.
SterlingKxehatige t tpaMsd steady ; 00-^day hills H.H^% ; dcinaiul, M.^8M.
Hnrsilver. $0%.
Leadtrust, fja
topper,Im and f-rml.
KMYiipk. I'rh. 1.^..^(op|ier^Hull;^Lakr, r!^..VI i 10.75.
|,ead Firm : doinestic. Sl.l.'i.
'Iin -Steady; Htraits, sfl'.Mia.
Iill.ilI'M nr.
Hnilington
LaikiiHiuinI).a u. ti, piii^ii L \ II
Ktw
I.I'lisas \ le\.is
Iske Mhotr
t:i
lsriiilnnl.
TctllsP.li ,'|
111.nil rai'lfir
jiMiistrt'esiNsiihrl's a v C. I', itrrterretl.^M' 'lllgan i eiit i ..1 Mffi.r.H I litres* .
hsj
MistHHldI'm Hi^Ni.itlii'in i'st'ltti'^N. I', sreferrittl^Sarthweslari^N. \N. seststisil
II!
i.
iprrKin .:^^ I 11 : ess.^'.'.^. 1 Western I Dklll.^US AM. Cattail hii.
IIT'.I'ltllni.iu I'.iki. e^l*4Vl
tUSMV^. tn^. 17^iii'.^. tie,
!*~ i
lia
. i^! t
MM
.Ml
i'.i i .1. 11 hi Murki-t.^Nrtv Yniik, Kch. I.S. Pctiiilcuin, closed^at till.
THK NtW YOI1K MARKET.^^ losing fjMMsasMsl I*^' ssMMaaMd Mining
Sll.llis.
NrtvYiu:k. Pm I1).- I he closing MMMS^IMM for MSMfJ are:
AliieitcsiiFlag. I su Hainest.iKe 13 M
Allie. I in II.mi Mitel .ii.
AaaitMConI UI llh'k'UU
upea.i i^i lloi^nki^
Annulart i^i liii|e|ii'nilriiii^
Iidle IsleI hi It.'ii Mil' l1 VI
Itel.'lieri .'^iMexk'au . i mi
llesl\ Itclchei. vMen
II^I ieMutual. . ^^ .11
Itinnswk'kMl. IHabla^.' ui
I'liollart min .i om'asrsalth
i.. radnl en. a WIHllartti Isl
csliilmila.I- IIlophlrs la
ii ^^ll I'llllltI -h i ^^^^ 'Lit lll.ll . |
I'ulursilacon I in I'ltini'iitli t T.v
'in . t .il. *i v a i i I'atnsl.i 75
lisI ki PhiH-nly. Aril3 M
iinim in wealt li I i^i Ssvagi' .I '.n
IS'lnii'iitrMill's N it a.la .i tv
1 ^'i.4Ml-ui iHtajstlarilt m
Funk^ l ^ii IT'. ,Huttei l ret kI M
KstluTHetttnet. . Musll II^|h-hi ki
Frec'Mi'lH.M.I.. V
tasialft carry .. I .'^'^ il'nkni cont .mi
Hsjafc Ntin iii^t i. ixellns J.n K'it .mi
|MMM|IsMMMi
IsMtMHiI't h. Ua IfoiA' LaaS / i/uvhs^says: Kturiisll wltoala Ksjoveeod Id, Inn^i' aile |a s low iii foll'lgll w In .1 i -. Cmitlla 'ii^It bMfiMI rpsei) ol Calitoitiiau, Ai-. nline^and huh.mi at itl adtauce; f'sJifonisMi^sold Iks Id, and Ann i a all red winter
:i7hmi.
Flouris iptet, Anierieaii m tlirdetllI,
Prirrilid |war sgi h IsHssaT t orn. MsaMTl^Ni w IIIssTslall. _^is M| Unlet ami tuts.
Mm
THEDAILY
STANDARD
Isfor sale hy the following^NcwsdL-alcrs:
GreatFnlls
C.W. IMer,^V. Moii.i!i.in,^W. V. Ihirgy,^1!. M. Calkins,^A. G. UlrMMg.^P. S. I dell,^Mapes A- Uahlgrea.
Missoula
.1.W. LiHter.^II .1. i avan ih,^W. II. MMMs.
PhllipsburR
Mrs.I.. QssMsV^A. F. MMI
Granite
,1.C. Williams.^Mr. QfsassMaMMa
DoerLotlRe
('.1). Ketiyotv,^lluikct i OM
Boulder
'i
OmMJPfaff,^I !oi el May.
Helena
A'-x. EMMMM 4 Cs^^11. !. nil liotol.
.^ i '^'' / ^ . t e
Kalitspol
sfasM* Herring,^F. W. MsasMsVj^Is A. Marsii.
ColumbiaFalls -
('.V. Fullerton,^J.ii uli Winters.
Dillon
llillonM.-reaniila Cak
Bozeman
Taylor4 IUy.
Livingston
A.CtMMMMsj^Talrott A Sak.
Castle
T.W. Warren.^Llbby -
HohcrtCautwelL
Havro
Wolfellros.
Carter
M..1. CuitninghaMs^Demersvillo
o.li. MMM^Neihart
Mrs.J. E. Spr^gusk
Pocatollo,Idaho -
AndrewI i. kson,^Frank Walton,^A. II. MM,
Gem,Idaho -
C.J. I'lenuninp.^Hopo, Idaho -
Misli. OMMM
Wallace,Uiaho
|.CWallek.
Burke,Iciaho
A..1. I low a.^Mullan, Idaho
I..A. Marsh.
BoiseCity, Ulaho
HenssMMMMssI^J. A. i'ltiney.
Denvor,Col.
Ilauiilt.'llA Im'ii lieclL
SaltLake. Utah
l.iwis QmmIi^ORden. Utah
.1.11. Carter 4 Co.
SanFrancisco. Cal.
R.CWillH-r. I'alace HotaL^Spokatu^ Falls
J.W. sMriMM
TillSTANDARD is^also for lalt at every news
stamlin Butte and An.i-^coiula, and on till trains^running in Montana on the^Great Northern, Northern^Pacific, Union Pacific ami^Montana Union Railways.
BUTTE AND ANACONDA.
Manufacturersand Dealers
Inall kinds of
Lath,Shingles, Mouldings, Doors and Windows,
PLANINGMIKLa WORK.
Estimatesmade on Hard Wood and Fas;em Pine Finish for buildings of any size.
Aspecialty of Ccrd Wood in Car Lots and Fir Mining Timbcri.
HAY.GRAIN. FEED. FLOUR. CORN MEAL. ETC..
RockSprings Lump,
PennsylvaniaAnthracite^tand Cumberland Blacksmith
AFULL
LINEOF
BAINWAEONS AND EXTRAS,
Allgrades of Bupgics, Carriages. Road Carts,
Lightand Heavy Harness, Saddles, Robes, Whips, etc.,
Completestock of Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows,
-AXDALL KINDS OF-
AgriculturalImplements and Extras.
StateAgents for
B.F. ^ H. L Sweet s'Common Sense Sleighs s Wagons
x,j_; j i l; ^^ i i^ m i i :
iFMM MMMj Ana.'oiida.
J.T. CARROLL. General Manager.
THK
CREATTRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE,
r;ivf^* lliniiitrlt \Vlwonvin. Mlntir^nta, North^Ihikota, Maattobu, Muulauii, litalio, Ori'.on^suii WmIsMJMbi
thEDINING CAR LINE.
limineI ar* iiri run li tm-en ^ hl.-ajin. St.^I'anl. Minni-anillti, Wlnnl|^'^, lli'leua, Uutte,^'iscuinu, SeulUe and I'orlUiiul.
T
HBwtfie(af tha i^mple i^ thai ilia^KTASWAM) i- Montana^* l^^t new.-^MMMi tit ^t lur a moutli.
PnlliuanSlc*^ping Car Route.
rnllniansrrvlc^ ilslly ln'ttvi'cn Clilrnco, St.^I'anl. Montana ami las PauaVj Kofthsrsstj ami^betwniD M. I'anl, .MIiin^'aj^'Us anil Miuuc^uta,^Nuitli liakula anil Mllllsfsl poMM
THEPOPULAR LINE.
iMUyKxprasn Trslns rarry elrRsnt Cullman^81rr].|iia i ars, INlMI Caix. Ti.iy Ivarbas, l'nll-^iii.in 'Iuutist !^Uh^iht^ and Free Culuuisl sleep^^ing cm
YELLOWSTONEPARK ROUTE.
TheN'orthern Psrllle RR.Islherallllnstn Vel-^-i ^!' 1'aik. the |Hi|iular line to t alifnrnla^ami Ala^ka; ami Its trains |'.i^^ i:u.. ,^li the^Krauilest ^ci'Dcry ol ^e\en utates.
T11ROUGTPl IC K LTS
Are^nli| at all roniwin offli'M of thu Northern^fai'tlle railroad to imtntx North. Kasi. Soulhaiid^SVt'kl, Ui llie L'uileil btatst and Canada.
TIMK SM IlKUL'LE
fMJMJat MRMa
No.inr., B^^7eni.'in r\pre^4iWp. m.
No.Ms ^I'onv expresslive, j^. in.
No.mi., tram the West iilallylMM noun
Miihuulaami Helena i'xine^1^:10 u. in.
HKI'AIllHIOM IlL I I t
No.i. r^''ine m ill r.inxri. m
No.lei., ffaixassai exfressl:':'J0ji. in.
No.mi. Tony emanaM in una. in.
MlsMiulaaim' Helena expressjo a. in.
Monday.Wednesday and F riday.
Ito.'einaiiexpress arrives and leaves from^Northern FMsM MfaH. No. 4, east lioiiud, ar^^rives and lean's from Montana Cnion depot, hat^through sleeper for St. I'aul and Cntcam. No. 1^departs from Montana Lnion depot at Z:M p. in.,^has llii'iimli slii per for lacoma ami 1'uitland,^Nos. 1 and 4 eanv ha'al mall.
lor Kates. Maps, Tiino Tables or 8|^H'lid In^^formation apply to uuy aceut. Northern I'avllio^railroad.CffABI.KS S. KHK.
fieneralPassenger, and I ivket Aeent,^WM. TVOHY,tit. Paul, Minn,
tieneralAL'eut,
bhast UroaiiKay, Uutte. Monk
NOTHK TO rtVOWNBBM^To Jaasal Wax-^ellH ieer. William Ifledseke, DaaisI Hoiil-Ii-^Pfty SAd .lohtt Met imiI. their hi lr^ or assljjui:^louifl lierehy notilleii that 1 h.,ve r\|^eiii|i'd^ana hundreil dollar- in labor sod improvements^npoa Hie l,olden KMM ipialt/ loileuiiilhl|l eialm^(s.i id lloldea EskIo iiiian/ lode IsdnK In the
Ilint cnrk iiiluiiu dl-ln^t. In the ulv of
beetLodga, state of Montana, and Hied for^record in ti e osVs of the eouaty reeordar of
naidItear Loanmiiiy. state of aUintlM, iMf.
I.ls^7. and rae inled ui nook -i;^ of Ijule LaoaV^th us, on pa,.'''., ran rdsof lieer laaifla rntasty.^Montana, to arttlah for a Mora daflnlts dasailn.^lion i . [i'li'iii i, is lu ll lo made; i in order to hold^stid pri'inises under the provision* of seetlon^KW4, levaied ^tatill'^- of in.- I imed Males, hem,:^the aieottnt raqtdred to hold tha same tor the^\e.il eudllix ll.-e. .11. 1X1*1. \lld It witliln llllietv
laysfront Utaaerra'aot llilsnotles (or within^^Inot) da\s alter this not lee h) puhik'stkoa I von
fallof refuse tmttlliuta vour proporllonof
suabexpendltars as ao-os^nar^ vour Interest In^Usj ' '.illil sill heeoine llie MUpaft| of the siltl-^scrloer, muter said section MI4.
.itHINBBUWlf.^An !^ on la. Mont .. .Ian. .11, lieu.
|first|iiihlleatlou I el'. I. Is'-' I
TheGelelratod French Cure,
f^TTnn*Ptl ii
APHROOITINE
Ilp.^I.r^ CM A^POSITIVE
oririouey^' ntlcd.
a
Ofany llSOTdl r of^t!.o Kenerstiveor-^^ insotaitss r ^^v ' 't'.er srlaiun^froathiMieoHiva/^Btrcrir c sofli mul : . AFTCIt^TohtecoorOr! ;' l.orthrous h ^outbUlllnill^^r^^^Hon, over t-i .^'..'.^. p . '., as Loss of I'r.u.i^Power, Wakr ulness,rear]njrdown pslndnt'.a
fek.Si^ nalWi , i:^iut j. Nervous it. ^
trstlnti.Ni^tnrt^.l Kralwlons, Leneorihsra. D!a^Binass, Wesk U ^ ry, I e^scf I'owc-rind lraro-^teney, wli.i hll neslei ;^ !^fun li sdto premstu c^o'd n.^ i.^ I Insaudv. prlea $:.i^t a box, Cboi ^^J,.-! s :it I ^ l ^ . '. ^-^! r-'i-i'tnt of rr'.ce'
AU RITsEM %B \NTKK 1^ alreti fnr^f ''ft .ti - '. r f elred, t i lefnnd tha Money .(^a I'ariexnetit ^ ^-e l^ r f efTertcd. we ha s^f..^.'^^: ^. f !.^^^ i - intali IroMaMMd y^vm^^M bo ''psrManaatly enrea
nvthrtisool Apfcrodtana. CtrruUvfroa. Addtsw
THEAPHRO MEDICINE CO.^Wesuiu ImMsbiBox ft Poiiumj. ua.
for sale hy
11.A. 1' Al UI ^ . Uij.gl.t. BUTTE, MOHI
T
HECOTTAGE HOTEL
C_or\_Colo r ad o and Oil a na Sty
Thishotel will be run on the European plan, in a^Ftrictly first-class manner. Rooms light newly^papered, painted and furnished throughout Every^convenience for the comfort of guests. Rates liberal^Now open under the management of
AnExcellent Restaurant^Run In Connection.
SAMAYOTTE.
WHOLESALEAND RETAIL DEALEtt IM
FineKentucky Bourbon and Rye . . .
*WHI5KIE5*
ChoicestWines and Brandies for Family and Medicinal use.
Afull line of
BarGlassware,
lite,lite.
TheLargest, Finest and Cheapest^line of
CIGARS.
SoleApt of Pabst and Sdiz Brewing Cos.
Goodsdelivered free in any part of the city. Give me a call and
trymy goods.
NOWLOCATED IN BUTTE.
RUPTURE
PERMANENTLYCURED OR NO PAY.
Kndetention from business. We refer you ta^000 patients and Six Natloi.nl Bsnfcs.
Investigateour method. Written Cursotee to^Absolutely Cure all kinds of RUFITIK of both sexei,^without the use . f KNIFE OR bYUlNGE, ao Matter^of how long standing.
EXAMINATIONFREC.
THE0. E. MILLER COMPANY.
ButteOffice, northwest cor. Main snd Park Streets,^over Jacobs' Csotktag store, Room IS, entrsnct on Part.^Street. Oltce Hours, u to us. m, J to s I^ m.
IFNOFOR CIRCULAR.
NOTtl'EOF^I leer LodS
FOKFEITIKF. - Anaeonda,
_.^ i'oiuity. MtMit.. Jan. is, law.
ToMartin Ilroillvlclt and .loseph Wear: You.^ami eneli of you ate lierebv notllied that we, the^iindersluned' ronisiiers. nave ea(^enileil four^hundieii dollar* In lalsu-sinl luiurovementt upon^tin rsrliouato IIIU mlnlDic claim, as the samn^ap|ieam of record In tho offlca of the county re^^corder In .in.I for the eountv of l^e^r LmlK^ and^stale of Montana, on patre sot In Book i^ of^(Juurtr l.mlc Record, tu order to hold .aid prem^^ises muter the provisions of sectl in Kevlseil^HtatUtlH of the I'ulteil States, belug the amount^required to hold the same (or the years eiuliut^He.', si, issa, lien-. H, lean, Dae, M. IsKu. and I lee.^:tl. taut; ami If within nlustydaya front l!i^^service of tuls notice bv publication upon you.^von full or lefiise to contribute your uortlo.i of^such exiiendittire a. a co-owner, your Intele.t m
saidclatiu sill become the propertv of the sub-^senbi rs, iindi-r said section MM or the llci iscd^Statutes of ths I'ulted Status.
W1IXIAMNrvtN,
.IiiIINI.AMilHV,^W. S. t'sKTV,
AMi Kat.^jAMra Kn tirv,^Jamks i'lark,^I. F. Kiksv.^ti. B. Esiii.tait.^First PiiMleatlon dan. H', it*:.
NniIiI' ill-' KOBFKITV'BE Anaem^IM^r \0tm coiiutv. Moataaa, Fa*.i
.. - 1 ..II u I'.k lliirsl.,. I...II
iKFEITCItF.Anseouda^let^.'.
IIt'losterataa Voa are herehj aatllai
'Iitsv Ho ullilel slSt'Cd loosliers have e\^leaded two hundiesl dollars In L.I or and tin^^rovements ii|s^n Ilia ^e^' Anacomla mlnlni:^i laliii as tie asms saaaars sf reenru in the of'^. ^ tin' eaultf recorder in an'l tor tire count*^of laser I.odae eii.l slate of Monrana. on pahe^, book 4 of w^jart^ IM ltec,inl^, in order to
.,^,.j prenmi ler t.ic ^.^rini-:.iu^ of sec
.ii ttt Bertsed Utatutasof the I nltad Htatn^. inf the aiwult re^idrsjlt ^ holdjUa same f, i^evearsendlm IV.-. at. ^^. an I I Me. ti.^n.i i'siiinii nlaetj daystrow theserrMsaf this^e b* aiibUcatloa upoa ^ n tt.; ^ i UU or refuse^i,., ,i|iirth'ite vour |s^'tl w ol such expaoitltiira.^u a eo-owaer. ro^r ,,,^rr*1 ;^ ^ I etalM ^il^^seoina ths propart) ^'^ n^** ^uh..'rlbm under^- i ':i .'i.'i IL'' .^'....1 tin
d mates.jfffrr J.AKwM.
Fintpul)lii^t'^u let). ^. 15-'.'
hiiiiiiiiii!
THE
GREATNORTHERN
bavrsButts tt 7:30 A. M^^and makes quicker time than^any other line to St. Paul, Chi^^cago and all Eastern points.^It is also the only road run^^ning a solid train from Butte^to St. Paul, making close con^^nection at St. Paul and CbfV^cago for all E.istcrn points.
J.E. DAWSON,
.' . ,..^! Ac---
\Want Ad.
Inttn MMsbM may get rot
Jus!the kind i f a SltuaUoa^\oj d:e looking (or.

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