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THEANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1892.
THEANACONDA STANDARD
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR.
byearner at mail at tea dollars a^year, three dnlUrt a quarter or^on* dollar a mouth.
THESTANDARD
onlydally newspaper with teletraph dli.^In IWr Lodge rntiDty. It prints^telegraphic nc^^than any other^aewipaper to Montana.
Sorrsipondeoceand business letter* should be
addressedla
THESTANDARD.
fMala m Third streets. Anaconda.
Montana.
officialfami if m umn oomrr.
WEDNESDAY.MAY 4.
AMONGTHF MSS NG^We Mippusr a pimmI MM ran In-^given why I.it'iitPiiant linyi-rimr Kick^arils was not MMMMl liy t In-Silver^How republicans when they iiuineil^ilelefMltes to the Missoula ronvi'lit it hi.^Brother liii'lianls hutl a previous en-^gaffeinc tit llu- month of May will liwl^him at UM general roiiffreiici' of Meth^ndlsm. in ^inialiu. VfcMS the litem I ier^from Montana will iintlniihtcviljr mil^tlie lay ileleuates in Mm ellnrt lore-^form tin' plan of salvation as i' wan^laid down l^y .lolm Wesley.
WeiniiliTstaud. liowi'Vt-r. that I he^lieutenant rjuveriH'r's etipnijeiiiei'ts US^puch ax would BOfSaJI MM to ojfSS a
aisMJsM InUm national rnsvotitlas
atMinim a|^^1 is. I I::i|^s tin- ri | uhli-^i-aiiK w Im tin-i t next MSI m Missoula^will honor I^ iin with tlM SMOtsfJSMS^J^and then, again. WfSSSS I la y vvkh'IiIii^anything of the sort. We do not niter^that Hit' ItoMMSSl gnvi-rnnr li MM of^those republicans whom Cetieral War^ren ilerlarcil. in Um silver MS con^^vention he would lie ashamed to he^found Head with, at the imm time, we^imagine that Mr. I.'.ckjnls hasn't pre^finely ^nt the pull.
Hut what iihout t'apt. Tlimuas^CSSoa^ lie siiri ly isn't working in^the Lord's Mothnilist KpMBOMl vine^yard at Omaha not lie. Lay ripre^M'litatiou and the oiiliuatiiiu of lush^ops aren't ill the ( aplain s line: vet we^d^^ not liud his name annum U*^ elect^for Missoula. HI ii.urn', I lie Captain^doesn't al vv.: v s pull tine. Lut ill a^peace-and harmony HMMStlM vvlitie^President Hall fnrgn\e Muiphy. could^n't Mr. Mantle pronounce alsolutn ii^over ^ aplain t ouch f
TRYiNGIT ON RLtD^Tt ap|^ears thai ipnte a hoom for ex^Speaker Heed has MM started 0) some^of the repuhlicans who cannot PMM^rile themselves to the Itollliliatioil of^Harrison. Last week an effort was^made to draw loin I'latt into this^movement with what siuces* we have^not learned.
Iteeddislikes Harrison as cordially^as any man to the I nited MSMS In^fart, it in hard for him to got along in^a friendly way w ith auyhmlv for st v^oral consecilt ive weeks. l'or years he^has lieen at swo nls points w ith Itlaine.^his (|iiairel with Hie two senators from^Maine is bitter and of lone; statuling.^he hates Harrison above ground, and^he is hlattant in pim lauiat ion of his^hatred.
HeedWould like mii.'lit ily to he Hie^candidate ot Ins party for the presi^dency. Two years ago he petsiiailcd^himself that lie was going Is IS; ami lie^set out in ISTSttl tt SFISSIm* thtSgt^his way. It was lieoil who proposed^that, ill the MStta, ' vve republicans do^our own registral ion. our own count^ing. ourowii certilicatlon.^ 'I lie wind^Mint out ut the RMS' SMM in sur^^prisingly ipnck I line.
Iteedit v\as w ho lull! a meeting of^miners in litanite. one night, thai he^was a loyal friend ol silver, lie is the^same liecilwho. a lew months laid,^when the silver ajUMltM was up m the^housc.assciteiltli.it ^the new slates in^the M est are mNSBmbJmJ altogether^too in inli that is to the del I inicnt of^the Last.
Theattempt of t!u^ ailiiniiistratiou^to capture the I olmailo rspsbliSM^^tate cotiveiitum. last Tlnu ^.;.iv. was^one of the vear's most launuia FotltUroa,^'J he ellort ot Mi. NaxriaOsi'i emissaries
Wasto llllilli e the colli cut Ion t.i HI
dorsethe administration. Phi* was^llatly MfSsed; indeed, in a convention^including more than six hundred lich^^gates, only Hum or Mr mm mtm*
foundwilling to VOlS lor the SMifSd^taSMMMt The la'cM MSMTSlSg^I oloradn is an nili ri u w with Senator^AVolcott w ho sais that n In any chance^Harrison gets | MSjorit} in the M m^MMMtHMSMSttM, he Mill lune to^U'satistieii with tMt, ^We are op-^posi'il to llaiHM'ti lust and laat,^ adds^the senator, and Colorado will never^vote to make it BMSlSinHI
tmR*D CAL M STAKt.
MayorN'antie's inaugural addiess^MSMMd up a gocil ileal of well^founded ::ticisin m saiing that a po^MSMSS cannot discharge Ins duty In^converting himself into a sign post,^hy )rei|iieiit ing aaloOM and by attend^MM) at public entertainments.
That is true Mgh. vet this has
bevnthe chief oceup'.it'.ou of some of^the men on lliitte's pi lice foTM, and^every ptttaM kMSn it. It the new a;l^jiiinistiation britlfl sboM a U-tter^order of thing-in thia rMpert, 't the
meilllieisof the tune are i ^iiipc!!i'i| In^patrol, if sohr.ell is ilcniaiiih illand ah^aolute ahst lueie i' MSStSi terisg the^hours when a pohceiuaii is on duty,^tlie service will he better than MM it^has been in llutte.
Hackof all this. Iioiveiei. are more^important considerations. The India^putahle fact is that the police serine^lit llutte will never he up to the inaik.^or near it, a- Mf t^*i (MM is inan-
aceilon the present plan, which makes^the tenure of oflleers and privates^subject to the political shifting of a^spring election. The department
oughtto he under tlbarge of one
responsiblechief, whose duties should^be such as to demand all his time,^and whose tenure should he limited^only hy elhcienl service anil satistac^tory behavior.
Tosuch an oflloer it should I* a^matter of no account whalever^whether Hie city government, for a^passing year, is republican or demo^cratic he should lie absolutely inde^pendent of the fate of city and^ward candidates. I iider the Unite^plan, tlie makeup of the police force^changes with neatly every April elec^^tion. The coiiseipience is that the^supervision ol the force i. seldom^good, w hile, as a rule, it is notoriously^MMSapMMti
Thecities w here control and disci^^pline of the police force are of high^excellence are cities whcie a fMS^chief is retained in service from ^ear^toiear and there is not a single ex^cept ion to this rule. i 'nderthe lintle^plan, some man who happens to have a^little political pull is pretty apt to^lie marshal or chief, and Hie result is^sure to he that, during his term. tM^MUtletaM always have the pull with^him.
The police department should be^separated, in point of tenure and man^agenienl. troin the local political in:^clniicry. This can MMMi indeed, it^is done in i BHJmM| of American ' it^ies. And ^oii call put it down for a^SM4 certainty that the city of Untie^w ill never have h well org ini/eil and^well illscipliiieil police (OTMM h'llg as^the city MfSMS in the mistaken policy^of overhauling the service after every^spring elect ion.
HIS SJMMtR p. ANS.
TheM \ Mi \i:n's Washington cor^respondent doesn't appear to Im- able^to liud out what Mr. Carter's inteii-^t onsare. It seems that h^ is going to^^ lint, in anticipation of being in Mmi^tana during the summer. Yesterday's^special dispatch sa\s that Mr. Carter^allowed the news of his intended re-^lilMMM I^ be circulated through re^publican ehaunels in the West MfoiS^he let it he aliiioiineeil in I be Last.
W'efancy that, fur reasons not now^given out. the summer will be a MSMS^of political activity for Mr. Carter. He^will nut have to worry over t he delivery^of the Mniitaua di legation to Harrison
thedelegation will have to vote that
wayor holt; and Ih* indications are^lii.il the Montana SMMSt ion will not^have the coinage to walk out.
HutMr. Carter will he Iiiihv in the^post oonv mt inn days lift ing up his voice^in behalf of Harrison's clap trap about^an international conference.
THtYKNOW THEIR MAN^On the fourth page of the llutte I ^U r^IfaMNfitfa), in its edition for Mmulav^evening, we read that the Silver How^county icpiiblicancoiivenlioii demands^that tlie delegates sent from this state^to Minneapolis shall use all ellort to^secure the nomination of a friend ol^flee MiSSSS
Oilthe lit st page of the same issue of^our contciiiporarv. we bint a press dis^^patch announcing t hat. according to^careful estimates prepared in Wash^iligton. SSI delegates already chosen^for the Minneapolis convention have^been Histriicted to vote tor Harrison,^and that this is a minority of one on^the his! ballot. The dispatch adds that^several UUiMMtrilcted delegates are^known to he posi'ively in l.ivorof the^pre .idem.
Wesuppose that our republican^friends in silver llovi county are satis^lied that Mr. Harrison Will be their^party s candidate there is no doubt^on that scoie. W e suppose, loo. t hat^none ol Iheui will soberly say that^silver has a friend in bun. I MtT those^citciiiiist.lin es, it i^- not eitsy to get at^the import of the county convention's^express ion. list ho dc legal ion at M issoula^will lie oieeted ill the full MMTSSM^that it must either vote to make unani^^mous the nomination of a tight ing^enemy or walk out of the national^convent um hall.
IiuropMUnations are congratul.it ing^themselves and each other i n hav ing^passed May day without hlnndatwf^The extraordinary precautions taken^hy the authorities in the larger cities^seem to have served their purpose.^I loth the populace and the pol.ee seen^to have learned w isd^ in by experience,^tin loriner May days they um into^conflict more through incompetence^and hick of tact on the part ot the otii^cers than through any malicious act of^of violence or llllent to do w rung i n^Um part of the wm kingmen. l ast^Sunday, too. it was noticeable that^while the processions Were as iMSMlM^ill point of magnitude as ever, the^crowds in the streets were sinallcr. a^condition due probably to a prevalent^fear of bomb throwing. The memories^of past disturbances were sufficient to^cause greater caution all around.
w.iiehDug MokMM should Mwrea his
backlarlenderfis'l. Montana's uM-tuia-i-s^Son i seal a smm.iIi.
MaaoMrSrt the msSMmo rioi.nl'l-^phiu rVaHO toiildiBSi oinch was licked^up iii it lartakMng '^ loot nook'a
flea,via. BOatl .n a iMMMOf sirui^^Hue. The Setril vvoalil pixibablt make^Ilia' c..inn , n Is half af -hc.il.
C.lller e.llillol btttO mbmsm too ^^^ mhi.
lbsmi leea .i- a flmea Nmairaf arora never
nc'sleilinoie iiii|H':'atii^*l.v.
tllaaVmaaful orMtlior all tuo atriktag
eOTpeOleeain New York and HalliiiKiie.ue^hittSaj the nail ou the In .nl.
MMof the itark baeaoa .iii* qttilO 00
Mokjoa tin v v\ ara a lew ooeba ooax
TlieIntelligence that l*nifoK^^ir K.^ h ad-^nut - iti.it aii b mph i^ a t.'.imi ladMieact-^aoMga Mom poootte. laa aa^*a. have been^Maoflttod b^ n bat moio tovroogti im tfl
foelon their imagination lhan on their^hints. It looks na if the |irofe^aor waa a^trifle too honest. Ho might havo kept^still bom bHmMI the lymph to operate aaa
fuithcure.
AfterCommissioner Carter resigns there^^ ill still Im' an op|n^rtimitv for him to do a^land olllee business in IM way of eon.^cihaling the repiihlicau factions herea^^bouts.
Ifhe has the liest MSMS of his father^nl heart. MM MoaoS should not debiy^starling on u pioloiu.'ed trip to the an-
MjoSaoi
TheIMS who have stolen a ton of^ilviiauiite from the (ireek goveniinent uro^eviilently pi. panil to defend their action.
TheParisian jurors who let M. Havu-^eholdownso easily have eacaped O Mmn^MS up from the dynamiters. Inn not from^MM MoaajMS
(inter thinks lie might an well resign^MS as wait till March I next.
T'hnnkMV MM MMOMJI IS the^judire, ^tin on Moiidav soiiloneeil him to^death. Tin. rest of llie world will eor-^ib.illv unite with Mr. MMSmIIS Hub ex-^pi-esaioii of gratitude to the court.
Theroad ggMM ^ ho held up a Kansns^City street i-ar ami o'liniinil II cents are^iloiiblless a large hit disgusted.
XIIUIII'.IIIMi SIVl.tTIII \KTS.
lineStyle el U u MMS Alailll-
liigiytMM ii-
ll oin tli*' Mm LboObb IMSMa.
ThisMMMMjIof sneeilnmi- i-gelling^i.hi shi.eliiu^ly ntinou. and the next^jil'eil lover w ho MMgOa tn N OSgM to be^-H iiu up to a lamp BOBt. 'I lu-|e OBB man.v^BBOtSoNO, Wrtat sweet, and if one d^s ^^not want to marry a man another ma^.^lb- eau move on, ns the | oliei mi ll say.^King MrOea of S^ oil.mil had toliy MOOB^i bail ouee liefure be uol his thcone. Tin-^rejection of a man is very much MM that^of a in.imisei ipi. it may not imply a lack^of loeril oil the pall of the rejretell. hut^BMffM iioti-.ivailahilit.v or iori-stalliiient.^'ITn re di* man.v BBOOMM why a MM^may not want 1o marry, The MMM are^gottihu * iwT anil more fastidious every^day. T'hev have inile|ien^leu^e and frw-^SOOg Iroiu eai-4*. and they are gMSMj ^^bit BbMoO in w ishing to enjoy them while^they may. Then thei-o is an over-^supply of women, all. nowadavs. i^imkI^|aaw|i inlelliueut. UBMOtSt. prettv well^udapteii lo make any man happy. If one^of them has to reject a suitor, il is reull.v^bun.il and poaiively MgOMMSgSM '^^him loc.-optv his ii'v oh er nl her. Such a^praeiiee must be Kiimiuartl.v diMtiurugisI^or else the .voiitu^ Indies will have to have^a niie liltle BMrotMr and kei |i it haiiilv^while aMoHOMaiM their tin u Irieud-.^TbofO BBlglM lo Is* no sympathy for tln-^lii ules w ho try lo inuriler woiiii u w ho.-c^illtllflioll sill' them feolll in eeplance of^their iilli l^. I.atel\ Ihel-e has been solne-^llllM hke an epidemic of slaughter in^which women art- always the victims. \^*h eil SoM in a mouieat of MoiSon nalght^I e palliateil. bill the deiSkBTBtO BBVBMHMO-^tioii of the mall w ho pun-tiastsl a pistnl^nod ciMilIy aaniMarod Ihi'voungt ninbciilu**^amoaonataataldm rewanbd by the gaaff
fold.It has come to a pretty pass w hen^wooing is done at the muzzle of a pistol.
gSII MUM rill-: A KM Y.^HecrftHry MfeMo* l.lltlr MSOMS MN JOeel-
Sm^ 11,1 SsMooM
rrin tiic IM| MBj
Thev iew s ol Seeix'tary lllkins mi any^BBMgOM MO always inlcrestiiig. whelhcr^they an- to HllggeHt Ibe lllealls w MOOlBJ the^aov erililli-lll may protect I he seals-o that^the prntits nl lus m:iI MSMSM M Ml^I.,- lesscMHsl, oi* ii|niii a ipieston grMM^more s-.i-ietly ap|m-iiaiiis lo the duties of^his ilepnriuieni. He is HOHOjM praetieal.^Ilul his MgMOtMS that the mihtar^ estnb-^MOMl BMmJ Im MBMSMSi while it^may have a practical toici* to him as sec-^ivtniy of wnr. MOi not nppear in NNB |juht^to IOO MMMl public. No MSMM not BBS^i.ohltely bMPOMttVO B*OOjU BBOOitTB till'^sanction ol till' 4MMMM people. The lie-
ee-'-ilyfor such MSOMOMSSM MoaISM^Oklol now. TTit* BMOOMOMM of the^^rie-'ler^ war M WyoBMMji ihi' opening^ot military and Indian rei-ei'valious to^BOttteCBi and an OOCOOMmJ MS vxith the^lliih.it:-. ale the OMJ illeiilents lh.it call^|bV 'he MCVteOB of the I nilcd .^stale- ai ^ I^^^at present. The SMSO to BCSBg tin uiili-^1 la anil ii yulal trisip- into i*l^^s4*r ri-lal ions^is all w ry OOStnu'llilable. bill, if to i Meet^such lelal n-tls. it is ncccs-nry In incii-iisa*
ourpagnloc Coeee. it wmiiii h Mrs r ia let
theohl oi-ih-r of MMjB pti-vail. dm led-^eial troop-, flaough small in iiitmbei-. atx*^M*)M to llnuland's infantiy. (Ml^LoM W'ol-elcy i'liaraetci-i/cil reeeiuly as^boMgO little Is'iter than MllaMgHlOgM^ot all invasion. It is ihitihtless a a i-e^thiiiu to piepare tor war in time ut |^i-aec.^Im; the booolo of this country opfm nuns^no w.irbse SMlMtaMI BB on tliis ountilieM^at pleseul.
imutmai mih,
11'ii.nl^ i.^.,'^in^ tin- aoMoJatoaikio.aod it^ttseaot*bbb iiie soft Matal m aaaaSgltheog^MOOBBOjeot. S*oaolaof^b iw.
NetM omb DeMote UwaMSorSae Ui M
in-ltiicleil in \ ite tm Hai'rjwJQ ut .M ai'i^ .c'uli-,
aotMoooanajeaa in- Mfwoa la vote '^i Mr.^III.iiuc. Id-^^ a s i'^s n^ n liat in-lca I ' : .i.mil
in- MMna MiroM, hurl.
i'letadaS'aadMS. oM Mt Ml atnieH in^Ni w I'saS Mi ii tooMoSM aBMaooesfaMiBt tMt
shewill In* .1 BOMIdOlB lot III*' pi'-M.li'lli-y.^kMOM BITBOOV 00 ca . lv 'MOiBfMM ^ I'll Hell.
MOMS. Malr. rV ^-^ikm not. Ut*.
Itepie-ellllll'Vctl'Kl rrati'l i-luiiactrl )/.ill,.|i of
lb!!m ^ rev anil' MeMd 11s a lien obiImb ii all^ilie imnc in'pi'ipi niie t^ i .ill tli.ii Xt.^\ BOtthefSaj
nliletitei ruts iii OBTaeOBB IM SMS) In ' ^ ^MVell-^llBO. CIii.i Hfrohf, ii r
vvi .nc inn I'liii'ie'.n i^^l\ BfaMaea' ivm-lu^^M sUiftlt in ^s* ut Ii. reoMvtlNB a Ot tin i n p vie*^Mi la orSM or Mora. IIMoroM lo IMiMaa.^rratleataieol MIbbIbbImI IMS eqiatHyarraaj^in tic ii i aMleaa -late of ufclo Mali i lion rata
M.K ml* v .-^ ft ri/ioin* Pnn'ii fVcltrl. rfi m,
taoMa bbo sever be ^nytnSBj but a mibtMo
till^ iflare iSbo.ii^ taneidare. furM-aia*
aMOMsle.lh'i' npply Inr anoeaaftkia nl -eml
innMa BBmle lattaaraaM att itaiiuuis'ntan
|; .'-In |m | i^W t.iil, fur win. Il tin, BVfB
BteoSati JTrw I'm.'. tMaOparcM A4rrrUm^i
Befar m im aeoerol arum UBnr* nt the ai-^Mj i-eiivi uiii'ii aioeaoBfooM ii.ev tmU far IS^He eeaaBaent. VM BsnrentlMa eemptinM*n^Ml^ileueral ii.u i-.m * admlaiktratii m. inii mi -Hen^Mowaa MOMaMt loot the BoMSgatratMl S^^ Ineftv itBaBaaroSaMe liwaOM Barretari Klalae^la a tin inlx r of tl^ eablin-l. /Icn' oei/
Tin*SSm MflSj MM of MjM i ajeSM^claim that i eats will MOmM wlieieln at least^MM iopi.l^!a ati^ will rata the ||i|rtl | utv^laMI. ana tool ftxaai o\Ma le t*.uo atllaarre^SrMBaMaoMMMooMOBUSMBO fin ai MB^rMSarMroSotS eaoteroBg. nn naMer oMi
lie ll'-Ult lit tile -t.lte llclllin ratli i ..|.\, m inn
nlBMOM gM| Mfc
IiI* MSMa in MkMj ever a BBekan*1 af aa^^bMsmo Mat win iievi r mo Ma * Bant t that t^^aartMSarll OMM mmi aooeagtaa n.m, ,.^m-^:xi' ^I -iv.i . MM Md ' lie 11 tat itn iuh i.u.irs
the li'll' I I'll.It.^ii Wt Pii'-lilelll ii. i i...n |sg
BaaagMtMlMgroOBalia BUstaMtMcMr
MMaaotlitis tact ' lli Ii ai tfaejMj
All I^U1AN KAKIB'N TMICKx.
AflarIMMmMJ NmM Fuwea. Ha Buna^a Hnlfa Throuch Hla Taafar.
Anaeieount of the iierformances of the^Indian fokar, S,diman ben Aiasa, is given^hv the ^ ii'iina cnrres|Miiident of the Onicrl.
1MMM has very pro|^crl^ MS foi-
hnldeiiin puhlic plac s in Vienna, hut a^series of pm ate entertainments has Iwen^arrangisl. An arisUKTutic audience ^iin^pn-scnt at the first of these. The fakir^commenced his porforinonoea by inhaling^the fumes of burnt powder MMMl from^extracts of snake anil scorpion poisons,^and by MMM ^|iliek movements of^the head he prxMluccd a fouiiiiug at^the mouth. After these prelimina^^ries needles and other almrp instru^^ments wciii MS through various parts^of his Issly. MOMOMM a mmMMSMI^lone and half an inch bnsid. which w as^thrust through his tongue. Another feat^w hich ia saiil |^i hav e rauseil great HM^MBSMmSmS] to pulling forward the eyo-^ball and presenting it outside the orbit to^Not view of the audience 1st ween two^tini/em.
Hewas ^invulnerable^ also lo the hent^produced hy a Mauling torch held for a^minute and a half against the under sur^^face of hi* foivanii. Chewing glass and^playing with MMM snakes were^among his other tricks. The RMObI re-^cajls the agpMMMM of the celebrated^^Kiii' Rtap^ o4jO many years ago) created^a sensation in London by advertising his^MMSSM p.russie acid without iiijury^to himself. The history of Ids ex|xisiiro,^sudden downfall and subsispient innlig-^M challenge lo Mr. Wnl'.ley lo |gM '^^duel foi ui one of the iiiokI illicit stitu;^{ chapters in the older volumes of the^I Ltiiivrt. The MOOat ile|irieates MbSmOjI^M MOMMg tbeii MMMmH in any
MM'^ such mmmI OMMM
MMMIits oxvn SWOWML^^mmHMmm MmmmSmo Ommm] t^o
li-ltii - lli.il Went to Sea.
Anionicthe stories of extraordinary co^^incidences, writi's the Loudon eorres|NMul-^ent of ihe Leeds .l/cceio'i/, not the least^ISM is the history of a letter, for the^accuracy of which he call vouch. A short^lime ago a lady in Ijoudoii w isln il to write^ton triced in America, whost* address she^did not know . '1 be only means she had of^MMSSMJ Ihi' address was to write lo a^mulilul friend, who also lived in America.^This shi' accordingly did.and the letter w as^duly d^pateheil Tlie ship which carried^tlie letter was vv reekeil, and the mails fi r^a lime lost. They MM eventually MOOT^^civil and brought back lo llimlnml. the loi^^ters, now much damaged by sea wnt^*i-. M^lag n tm in il through the dead letter olllee^to ihi' OMMM
Theletter in i|i;estii.n was sent back^lothe lady, who naturally examined it^minutely. To her surprise she found^thai another MMT had MMOMO OMBOty^stuck to n. Hoiiling up Ibe iwolold^missive lo the light, she iteeiphered the^mmoosb on the one w Inch was MOotl to Mr^own. It was a letter addressed to the^friend to whom she bail w ished to write,^and to discover whose wheis-alsmts her^own letter bad been ile|iatehed. KmV^letter thus literally brought bach its o.v n^Ml or.
MAY vi AtiMlss.
Tin'man vv ho is -hallow ed is nci'cssurily^itiuler a cloud. l^aiaStwoMl MMSj
AOMM ohl gggl is all right. It is the^green young ago that is duuifcrous. O'u/-^MBMH Hi OOi
TakeiNianler- if you think it will pay.^only don't try to board a aiov ing train,^/anre// I mcmc*
Amodel of the vv bite MUM is to be^showtial the Columblall i'\|Mi-ilioii. Ca|ii-^tal idea. 1'hilmh l/ilmi Ij-mlfi:
Voti'isvvillcontinue to come up to '.he^scratch while there are name* on the^tickets that need scratching. AVic Urlran .
PSmmoOi
Itis eiirioas how a woman who screams^at a mouse is not startled h.v a millmciy^lull that makes a mall tremble. mMJOOM*^Ml y.V/n'li/icoii.
Allostou paper prints an essay emit led^^What Shall We Hat fur IliiinerV^ Thai^MBCOlMS has MUMNBl millions of poor^ih'V ils for agi's. ( uhnuhtis fu*!.
Yv'bata-tirllelle and her .voting man^BOB MMMi down stairs.^ said Mrs.^MMM tin* sounds of laughter came^floating up from MOBOt at a late hour. ^A^stir'.'^ saiil Mr. llrov.it. ^That's very nat^^ural. 1 In y're hav tun a s|kjoii.^ MM t'erS
rVoM.
llatmlilis- Mt| IHmJNMM with ytMi,^M.:iit|. W hat lia\f ^^^u tlotit' to himV^^^^ N'rlhiMf ili.u I know ol i'Vi'in that,^w In n Im t^^t^ 1 mi' UuM iiitflil ho inner lUhtHl^r^^r itunpliitH'Ht^a i to!t| him lit' w aH\\ii^f.^iHt-aiiKc h^' ilitln't ha\f tin* rinlil Uiiul of^hait.' fhtrjH'r's iin.fti .
'Ami yiiii ^a ut a |m^iimo.i V^ uTli.n^^^what ^Ht.w lot it;I on in tlirwar'.^'
Wi'll. mi*. I u iir mai l it tl 'lolly in '^^^^. an^^|m-acf .iiu'i Im-i-ii tic lantl ^it : mi. von kill^^ i-.' rttlMhlTT ft r ^oi^olr!^ .\tla.itn ^ \m^U-^trttttiii.
M'tSIM; ( I I AMNti.
ISMIMpVv ^^: h L ^i.itin ^ hoiisr. is mmVmI^awn.
Itiiliii^ I o iM-lioltt N a liM'ih'l to iliitvt Hi*'^|i'i.iiift h\,
I\. cpiitr; in ia|iiiii^^ i-IranIiiei tlnif1 my honu* U
11ts-liilrsin u i|^l is iiimlt a i'l iiiial t liunh tlH'ti, nlilni.it a form
ill'l Voltt.
'Tl*toihiM lit tin Hit' i;ift*'r to tli*- ho'.lom HttM^ktair:
AndI. I MVS ht'lilml iM MMI ^ MW I t ntt'i^tttctv
Tn*tin* w.)-^ii i^rii^li. liki* a w hli i ^ !iM, ilr\;i*-
tal'^ tli*- iM'.n'i'ful M'riif.^I or MalmI.i i- I In* rW'tilU'tt of tlH' tli'iillt'st of tilt*
t-lt'aii.
CutWitlMolIt like Nature. fi^r oarly evory
|im's Siitme not hoi M'rnh-hrush out, hor ihi^t^*i
inn:ttff Wm$;^\\ it'i I t , iitiatlity MaunHiul htickPt iloe* slit*travrl
.illftbout, *
AutlHWoMhn throu;:li tlx' ImMWIM MsdNII
MM'DM iMMg Mtta
Andilio |Mil*a up u*^w la^r i iitlain* In tin- w imlov*.^id far ^^k\.
M.ulc.tfv lul. mi ini\^d with s: i iishnic. float
Mm.Niim. i -ir^.^\\ In ti1 lie t.oruoou^ Min at hiiiimM tUitl* I ho rloiuh
ahml nim 'inled.^And Im* Mlt k^a in- Jowritsl liait|^Ui throitich tin*
harkhail of li t* wm Id.
AndIMI UtkM h't' did! Inown MffMJl Mm! si^'
iMm ^t Com tho hill-.^\ud Mm uprnyri h^*i %%mtu with slMMtri till tfetf
totMttihrouuh totlf Mils.^Iht'ii lo rtUll) M.'i iitKlt d cai |h-t. w it'i U- h:^^'U-
KTnttMl^'f l*ftKM '.'H-oii^Kite .hi- llrll a^* Il o Hoof mat 'm-alh IM
Mgil l a oho of a MJMm
MiMatiltl.i. w||.^k MfJV WMmMMm it ^^ KfJl^ttt mi o:tr*.
Andt Im ,u- in |MMlot t i livthin to KM MMk of^tho s|'hi it
BMM'llytMII kNM t'in-ll for llh^^^ ^^*,
It'ovt-ihl-;iif| and Indict.^4 halt i! that It iit-tho no aviuf fur tho KtlfiK)
I^^m'f t ho r.
I'MJUf MMMhMJ hoi -^^ with \a!uro. MJH IM
do|'|t!in:Ui tivf Mil h^To wit h tin |*tati*(ttrail a'!^*- tho
MMT)atol1.^I inc. Ji tl'c IMiM - on tM MJMM and |M w MM
hitMai ihn's iii^t |^NMIS^I wdl out t.i^ ^oi|i|n*r gkaiolln^. l.ifi^-il m uiii-
MtMiMfttMa
-^.ifn n\i/h r i o \
PROFESSIONALCARDS.
f)R.E. J. LEONARD.
DISEASESOK WOMEN AND cnil.DREN
Aipeclalty. AIM or dam, throtA m^and nervous gyttem.
emcnnouns: t.^ a. k. to r p. k
Ko.r.r. N. Main St.. n^ar AVoolman. n^-ttf. Mont
EUROPEANSPECIALIST.
F.
P.CHRISTMAN. D. D. S.
UOlca,FlrU strr-ot. tiPtwi'rB Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Muutaux
-TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIX-
Sya M pror^M. All Classes of Imtal^WorU MUMOMa to lii'-'. -'liiv . manner.^ArtllicUl Ipotli \\ il hunt I'UMi.
QR.N. S. SNYDER.
riijalclan aod Surseon of St Ann'a Boipttal^^and Montana L'oUO SaTmail
Cor.Mala and Third street*.
pjR.STEPHENS.
officbOvek Rranikin'b Storb, Ektbaboo
ojiIrUMI m Hi-.tr.
IteildanoBon Oak Ureat.
Nearst Ann'a HnapttaL
llfflcnhours *:^.v in. to 11:50 p. m.. from l:AI^to ft p. m., and from Ml p. m. to I u. Ba
BUSINESSCARDS.
QHARLESHOUCK.
liealeuIX l'.EAL MM and Ml.MXO STOCK
Scliroeder'a Block
BTUEET.FIKST ^ ^ ANACONDA
J J. FFRRKLL,
MlAND KTIM'K nitOKER.
MlulUjiSiockH of all klmU Imnclit and tiold on^reatouauto coiiiiuiik^ioti.
Oftlcpu ^ur Nga) Nutlonat llauit,
Braadwar. - ^ rhUlpaburf, Mont.
JOSEPHSMITH.
CARPENTERAND BUII.ngR. *
EtttmaleaFumlshMl on All Kin.Is of Uulldlnga
RpfcrvncoIn tlia City.
Shopon Oak ttr*et, tMittraen Park avocua^and Tlilid ktrci l,^A.nacomia.- Montana.
^^*.t. MMMi ^i. ^t. gSSOTSMSk it. c i liAB-
OEltS,M a iii 1 S HA1.V. I K. fcAUUEANX.
60GE,BROWNLEE t CO.,
BANKERS,
6utteCITY, MONT.
Transarta crnrral banklnt butlneM. Ft-^rliauk^ i.i - i u uu aU Ilia luiidui; citie. ot
BOMgOi
COI.I.HTHIVS PlitlMITt.Y ATTENDED TO.
CSfOHBOadnts: Wells. Farirn A; Co.. N^t^^YorU: Watta, Fargn li ^'^.. Halt Ijvke: WvIK^1 aruo It Co.. Hmi Kir'ncisco; i iinaliu Nailnual^IUiiik. oaiaua; Firat National Rank, uuiojix
FIRSTNATIONAL HANK. ANAOOMSS
Wnolasalcand Retail Dealer* la
BEEF,MUTTON.
PORK. GAME, ETC
MainStreet Anaconda
DOYOU EAT
Asa matter of ronrse yon do. If you^want to mo kSSt uud at a modeialB
prionput up at tlin
IDAHOHOUSE
SThOlin SToSOOt, ImSb. Nicely fur-^ii sh. il rooms. Evci'lleiit table. m | wtta^nil tin- market afford.. In fact, a first^eia*.* liolel. lion't overt.Mik I ur lliAMS^Meals, a^i rents. Board, }.'..0o |M'r week.^hmmw aci'ouiinoilatlons for OMMMMmI^men.mau'lr II 10NES, Propr.otori.
LIVERYSTaBII
V.G. BUOWNELU Proprietor.
Boggles,Saddles and Horses (or Hira.
Alsopropneior of PafsenKer. Hapsase I^prc;^ Line i onnoi'tiou uuda^Willi all trams.
Otacaand btable. Flnl street. Anaconda.
MmjBanions,
Inrown^ MMl^and M^R EMOVED
WithoutPain^or IUoihI Drawn.
Prof.I. Jeffreys
CHIROPODIST,MANICURE a-d DERMATOIOGISI^Uoolii i. ai Mam Hlri-et, llutte. Mont.
OverRest Boot ud Shoe Store,
6NORTH MAIN ST.. BUTTE,
BetwcmPark and Broadway Street..
Wherehe ran he COB-^suited FRKK OF^CllAKciK^on all^Prlvato and^Chronlo Dis^^eases of Both^Sexes - Perfect
CuresWar^^ranted No In^^curable Cases^Undertaken^No^Injurious^Drugs.
CATARRH.Throat. I.unn and Blood Diaeasaa,^apeedlly and perms, nently cured by my^new system of Inhalation of com^^pound medicated Tupora.
Disease*of tlie N'ervoin System, aueh a. SaB^Abuse, M-iimial W r-aklies*. NllXllt Uisses. l.os.or^^e\ual Power. lltiMHl KtMBTOMB unit I^iSS of
Ambition.Aversion to Society. Melancholy, In^^digestion, etc.. leadtnE lo SoltentllK of Ilia^1 Irani ami iusault v. all eiirnbla cases, warratite.i^to cure In h very short time. No mailer what^you hare taken or who has falle.1 lo cure you.^Iir. Si'hulta warrants a cure of every ease ho^undertakes. liis w uiuierfiit new remerty is ttm^only ccriain and pciiuau^ v.i euro in tuck dis^^eases.
Imnot trust your case to any OJMSSSJ^who has not inade a iier^onai rIaiaaBafIlia of^vonr system, oiiierwlse ynu will lie disappointed^by falluro of treatment, if it uoo^ not iiiuku yon^MM
PRIVATEDISEASES.
Varicocele.Ilviiroeele. Kidney and Bladder^tronblea. Cyottta. CyBtottthliMla. ralenH, Vesl-^call*, fystoplillinda, i vstospasiiius. I'ystoplecla,^Knuresls Xocturola, Diseases of the Ulnod aint^Mklu, i.onorroea. loc i. Mneture I.ioikI Pop^eons, syphilitic and otherwise. Tetter, and all^impurities of the bioo.1 caiisnn; o-uptinus, pim^^ples, tiioti'hes, falling out of tae hair, etc.,^promptty eradicated.
specialIirpnrtmrnt for Dlaeaaea I'e-^cullar lo Women, such as Prolapse. Ami^lie -;m i Iterrnriectlon. la-ucorrliea, and all dit-^e.'iarires, i hroiilc liillannnation. all lrre.-ulau-^lles, etc.. kpoejily cured by my new renieily.
Manyhundred case, cured In Montana and^adjoining .tales.
Beferenresran be given by examination of^scores of testimonial..
Innnt be Influenced by tbe Jealous or prsjir^sliced but come and soo him.
bprculuttcutiou to corretpondnacB.
-THE-
ThinElastic Rubber Plate
Isthe Mot Beautiful ami Ter*^feet Fittinor Artificial^Teeth Made,
VTIIicot break or drop down la tbe moults
TeethExtracted Absolutely Without Polo,
andwithout lite of anaesthetic If you will^take tlie trouble to Investigate this method you^will uol dread again lo have tenth extracted.
Calland in ve.tlirato and be convinced.
W.H.WIX.D.D.S..
DENTIST,
newOWSIEV.OPEN EVENINGS.
IncorporatedOnder the Lin of HontLU
STATESAVINGS BANK.
BUTTE.MONTANA.
(louthwestCorner Main and Park Streets^PAIH IN I'APITAU - SIOO.OOO.^Five per cent. Interest rntd on Savings lie|ioii|ts
andi'.iniiHHindeii Scnil-Alintially. Itecelve.
IienositsSulijeirt lo Cheek. Illscoitnts i'otn-
Dierrlal)'a|iera and Lo ins ou Ileal I .suto.
Lirawsl-'oruijfn and tVonieslic Kicliau^o.
Ofticehours From 10 a. m. to a p. ni. and oa^Saturilay evenincii from 7 p. in. tu , p. in.^P. A. Larukv . Piesnleii
C.II. 1'alsik!'.. \ leo Preslitent.
1'.M. II um.i ns. Cashier.
DirectorsP. A. Larsey.Clias. II. Palmer. Geo.^W. Stapleti.n. S. V . Kemiiei. T. M. Hmtsem, A.^II. IMHOl. WOt U.vell. U i-. liuoth. t. JA
Cbobbm,
Q[TYLIVERY STABLE._
PHILIPSBURC.MONT.
A.W. McINTYRE.
.PROPRIETOH .
AGENERAL^TRANSFER^BUSINESS^TRANSACTED.
Putt*fitv Triit .mil .\wniim Ca
Hmmzr Heme MOsOswT, tht only practical
mvoomMM in MOMMMi
Leaveorders at 133 South Main street.
Eiiu! ^. Hoopor, Proprietors
MARTIN^ FOX,
Jailers11
sfatCigars. Tubaco anJ Coafectioiier|f
Sboirwle and rcuu. mSM ^b v-OAJ. vMia
jt J. MiCJNNt'.L Si CO .
4JHI1ISLTS
SlIUS OSMOSOl* ami liFI inv.
l.raveall communication*, onlers tor puitts .ui.l^mooH oatkMB. ^ ,th atan ai Hoomm ll^. 'l.
IDBIv^ ..l t'Tili' I'toinp: BOMBtMB.
F1IISTCUSS MMiL.: AND POUBLE RIGS.
Omnibusto all trains.
TelephoneNo.
23.
CLIPPERSHADES
CONCERTHALL.
Tli'i'nly SMmO and i row.led 11 i ^^ 3^lliet itv. *lvvo rntraniT . ftoul \V^uuuiJ^fclrett for l^rivato naftksa.
Vocaland MOlTIUOBOtOl Conee-t KverT^Fventnc. BtTBIlBera rlsitlaa this re- irt^Bte arwavv trtsatad csiiiteoHaly. iiie^I il| |^er sliades I .,s tlie kit test transient^bh l icit! tra*la of any Louse m iub^\v csti ru Country.
KINMiY^ HANSON. Propn
J.K tn'.tiK H. C C.-.rn^^ C. H HnJ
BUTECiTV S'.MrLIN] WOllKi
UT1MONT.,
(tairple^nt ban fiver. QoU. Csaooi sal^I.e.,il i'res. P. fI. Be* Ra. IWBee. aeot:^mdldk.it. enrnar I'tali aadOffaotta ittiJBta^an 1.1 OOMOi mbSo Sotta
J.K. EVELETH, Manairor

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