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THEANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18. 1892.
TRAVELER'SGUIDE. .TtAlKSAKKIH :BS A. M.-Krnm Ui.lt.- l eave, Butts 7:90 in. tsllv.-r Bow |;07 a m: Stuart sr. a m.^12:05 ^^. M. From li-itu- and (iarrtsoe- Lravr*nulls liwin: Mlver Bow n-is am; Wuartit i:. a m leans Oairison lu.ai a in; DeerLodge lu .-jam. \V.irtn hpringt 10;56nm.^6:06 P. M.-I/hh hutte 6:00 pal; Stiver Bowft ^^ i^ ni Mi.art.V45 ^ n.^0:8B P. M. - Leaves ^;airison 12a p m: Desr Lodsoa 4ft p m, Warm spring, ^ai p m. siuarllUpm. HaMMDtr^UT. :IOA. M.- For r.ariiaon Stuart s an a a:^Warm spring* vfto a m, Liecr l.odge 1:33 a m;^arrive Harrison 1:41 a in. (BiOOA. M. K^r r.ulte- Kmart ^n^am:^irer-^^^ii !':^.'^ a mi. Mlver Buw i).4g a m, arrive Unit*^ll^ ^^i a m. 8;OOP.M. For Untie anil (^.arrison Stuart^1:111 pin Silver llow^:4J p lu. arrive Hull*^I inpm; V in springs list pin: Deer Lodga^4 on p ni. an Iva t,unison 4:11 p m. 0:IOP.M.- -For Untie-stuarl oanp m; su.^Tor Bow in no. arrive llutte in in p m ELECTRICRAILWAY TIME CARD. Takesmm Mj^ 15. fSW. tiOINliFAST. UOINUWEST. THIWrATHtR Thedaily Kfortl uf the llicrmomi'iei in^thin i-ity lor ycateniuy, a* kept al ('. W.^Brandon's ilrtie store wan: 7 a. in.. 41 tie^proes nhove; H in., M desives abuvc; I^p. in.. ^l di'tiiri, above; li p. in., 50 do-^irr*t-s above. iiioitTH^ CITV. Aiiiiitii-iiiailaaal mbj tciJi hi found ontin h'ii/htli Mft. AldermanWalkup ii^ visiting in Kntte. Han-yKhmer was a Rune visitor yr-ster-^day. KugeneMarDonald rctiirnod from^Bulie la^l ^veiling, afjer a xliorl vicit. Anacondalodge \o. LM'i. H. P. O. K., will^iin-'i tins ( veiling al x o'elia k *liui|. in^M iM.lili MM in Mm Slandanl block. \^.H. I.ick Inis ab.uii cotnpleleil a five*^^M dwelling for Mr. .'offee in Alder^Kireei, mm ween KiMirtli and Fifth atresia. TIioh.II'Drieu will look after new and oldsiiljscl llx*i - of iii.^ S m Vll Mill in Allil* eonda.He ^ uu uil ii|kiii Ins new llntice^yi'Kierdav. TheMienilMU-s of the Kpworlh league are^rec|iieKi^l lo all.'lid a laisiuess meeting lo^beheld I Ilia evening in the church hi ilie^close of the prayer meeting. Thenew residence of II. K. flurg. corner^of Fourth and Hirch streets, will soon lie^ready for occupancy . It is one of the best^arranged of Ihe. many collages now lieing^elected in Ihe easl cud of town. Smith *^(tilmore are the builders. TheYoung Ladies' Institute expert to^to receive official papers from San Fran^^cisco this w.-ck. when a |iertiianent organ-^iialion will be effecied. The mmmmm)^officers an : Miss \. Kyuu, president.^Miss Magg.e liehiry. s*H-ret.'ir^. Thedance al the Palace hotel last night^was a complete success. A large crowd^was in altci.il.'inec. Iveiieshuicnts were^aerved al 1_'o'clock hy l^innloiil liui.in,^after ^ In.-h dam nig MM ki pi up until an^early hour ibis morning. IiihnKlynn of II. io- i ailed al Ihe^Si ami Mill office la^i night and an^^nounced his ilcsjr. to meet any Anaconda^prizefighter of not more than 17.^, iHiiiuda^in wi ulil.alij time w ithin nvonceks, in a^ten-round coniest f..r f|im and gate re^^ceipts, winner to lakeall. Ahand ball alle\ has been arranged at^the rear of l.carv ^V (iortlou's place, on^Front stre. i. ami alreaily a number of in^^teresting contests have taken place. Pal-^rick Mclbigh. one ol the . rack players of^Montana, aaj/a In will plaVI aiiv of the^players ill Utilti a game hei-e for fftft or^tm% I side. Junea number of base ball cranks in^Anaconda would like lo see the park^managers negotiate i.^ have a few sched^^uled games ^^f ball tratisfci red from^Phihpsbui'g or atatta to this city dm iug^Ihe summer. ('ousidcf .ihlo interest lakM^ing l.ik.n in this rit] in tba Montana^League rat i-. with Plnlipsbiirg a fat oritc. Themalingers ..| lie- park w ill have a^splenibd cut. rtaiMiiieni !..r iic\t Sunday^nfici'ii.Miu. The bustard (.Kit race post-^poinsrl from la^i Sunday, a gisal game of^base ball, standing anil high i'lmping. are^a tew of the attractions oVoWM on the pr.e^gramme. The eh.iiiii^ioii standing juui|vnr^f,t HuMe j- MM in the i [t] and MM enter^the . ..litest. Notice. *n-ditors of HM Mrtt 4l ' oiinell Mer- Cailtile Ilie hell b^ notified I.. seltle theiraccouuts.itthe calwoa in the old loca^^tion. Cartoll accounts may la- settled^then- also. Mrs.M.ivhec. lb..' dressmaker, guaran^^tees all her v,.,rk 1 ill on her at 117^( i-ilar*^rreei, if yott ^ ant a gai'n.-iit that^^ ill til \..': Wanted- Two g.rU: one to cook, one to^take care of efalMren ..lid !^^ -^-. on.I w ,rk.^Aj.pl^ to Mr-. TuttW. Molilalia hotel. ItMM ta*avM a icfrisli.ng drink, a clear^H.n .iiia.oi |roUr demijohn r^dilled. go 10^Dal] A Maiton'.. fV'attted(.111 a[^)^ieutice. Apply to Ml-.^Ma; bee. 117 1der -; r. -i. Leaveyour ^-u|.-r* 11 l.r. is's for flowrrs^f..I ih-. 01.1II..I1 -la . .new afaNaa line ol children's suits at M.Anclllieliu's. THERE8 NO FLIES ON EM wh^n ^he curtain roae orf tba ro^*n'ic !Iriah drama, ^The In I^af.^ at tha How- 1l^ ^I ^ ^^^ a .a aaa^ Ai^. SafeBredkers Demonstrate that They^ire Experts in Their Line. 'TWASA REGULAR SOFT SNAP ThevVisit tha Senate Saloon on^Front Street and Seoure More^Than Shoo in Cash and a^Lot of Valuables. Itlias been acme time since burglars^have caused the timid people of Anaconda^10 take extra precautions in the aloring^away of their valuables in safe placcaaind^lately the feeling of security lias been such^thai many of the business men have left^no small amounts of money ill their aaff *^instead of placing it in the. hanks. But^the fact that thieves and they are no^novices are again in Iho city, sua im-^preasivi-ly fixed ill the minds of many yes^^terday morning,^ hen Iho news of Ihe rols-^liery of Leary A- I.onion's aalooii on^Front street was circulated. \boui7 o'clock yesterday morning w hen^Pat (.onion opened up hia place the first^thing to attract his attention was a hole^cut through 1 lie door in the rear of the bar^room, and Ihe heavy iron boll w hich waa^used to fasten the door, lying on the floor.^He immediately went to the money^draw er, and found that it had been broken^o|ien and the small amount of change left^in il the night before waa gone. He next^looked at the safe. That waa closed bin^papers w ere strew n about that should be^in it. and when taking hold of the handle^the door sw ung open. It did not take him^very long 10 find out that that be had^placed in it Monday night was gone, also^four gold watches, one of them the prop^^erty of Pat Meliugh, valued at sVUU. and^which had l^ en given to ^^.cnl.ui for sate^keeping. Also a number of valuable pu-^IK'is were gone, including t^TO in mining^aiock, Ihe properly of the proprietors of^the place. Aminute examination of the iron box-^a small Hall safe -showed that the rob^^bery was not done by inexperienced^hands. A hole about a quarter of an inch^in diameter had been drilled through the^ahcll of the safe about i% inches I mm the^renter of the combination dial. No pow^^der was used to blow* open the lock. The^thieves were belter poster! than to reaort^to such a himglesome method to gain^their amis. They didn't want lo make^any noise,and thoy left evidence that they^didn't. A lead pencil telle the tale of^how they did their work. The hole waa^drilled directly in front of tha pivot of the^lev. 1 that connects the tumblers of the^combination with tlio heavy bolts. Then^a pencil, finely tapered, waa inserted^through the hole, and the knob of the^combination turned till the lever dropped^into the notches -the work was done, the^bolts turned back and the safe opened.^There was but one hole drilled, and that^was made with such precision, that it was^not a sixteenth of an inch from the place^w here the burglars intended it should be.^The finding of the combination waa such^an easy job that even the point of the pen^^cil was marleed but little. It is not know n^hi what hour the thieves did their work.^The place was closed at midnight, and it^is supposed it was broken into soon after. Theappearance of the place and tho^ev idence of how Ihe work w as done con^^clusively proves that the thieve* were^well acquainted with the way thedooi was^fastened, and no doubt knew something^alsiut the valuables in ihe safe. Fntrance^was gained by cutting through the thin^1 ..111cI of the iloor a hole large enough to^admit an arm. the pin through one end of^the iron bar was removed and the bar^taken from its place. DMMthe discovery of the robbery the^police and deputy sheriff were notified^and given a description of a few sus^^picious characters who had been loatiug^about the sal.sin of late. The deputy^sheriff and Mr. Irf-ary lost no time in^starling out on horse back in Ihe direc^^tion the thieves an* supposed lo have^gone. Nodoubt there is a well organized gang^111 the city. and il may lie thai the pcrpc-^irators of the deed haven't tired their legs^any ill attempting to leave Anaconda.^Business men might find it to their ad^^vantage not lo rely on the burglar-proof^quality of their safes, and see that their^money lie placed in tin- bank or some se^^cure place each day. ASew Hrand of 4 igai Manufacturedby I). Tietjen is called Ihe^I). T. This cigar is made entirely from^imported tobacco. Try them and you will^detect the Hue aroma that only can lie^found in th*' Vuelta Abujo i 'uliau toKicco.^Sold at II. Tiet jen's cigar store al I.S rents. To XViioin It May OMMaMk^All persona having goods pledged with^me an' requested lo redeem the same^within thirty days or they will lie offered^b.r sale at public auction H. Flowkr.^\naronda. May 1^. Notice. Mlmembers of the Wolfe Tone guards^are requested to meet at their armory in^full dress uniform this Wednesday even^^ing at 7 o'clock sharp. By order of the^captain.Wn.i i.\m Krt.i.v. t'omfort'scabinet hi isto photos. IV and^H per dozen, guaranteed 111 every partic^^ular. Nini' i. All bills due me and not set-^tl.-d bcfoie the Pith of May w ill be put in^the bauds of a collet-tor. I'm..MisCtWwttaVT,^Anaconda. May 10. WML Iha\e icctH-ned the Windsor hotel on^Front street and would solicit the patron^^age of tny friends and the public gener^^ally . The house has !a^en rctitted and^furnished throughout, ( on OToNNOg. Nowia your chance. Grand raffle at^King A Kennedy's. Eight elegant china figures. Foreverything in the music line rail on^or address The Sherman Music company.^North Main sireet, Butte. Thelargest line that waa ever shown in^the city of children's suits at M. S. Asch- hcim's. Purifyyour blood now with Oregon^Bl..o^l runfier. the great health restorer. tornfort's aristo photos, f.' and M per^^lo/en. guaranteed m evei v |urtirular. ajl and^Aschhcim. oursum. M. ,s. Daaigaim flowers for HiToraiioii day at Greig's. Giti a anted at 411 he^lnnt sireet. .11,1111, 1 lie i. ^ l/eai, ^i ^ nl\tbenaeum, say* the Boston OnV^^.^speaking uf the attraction Matvag.-r^Maguire is to entertain his pairooa with^at the Anaconda otiera house, Twwwday.^May IS, standing room was not available^The house was crow ded, every swat from^floor to ceiling being occupied. Tbe play.^which has often been seen in Bostesi ha-^tore, api* alcd lo the sympathies of tin-^audience, and the actor* were awarded^hearty applause ai the clone of each act.^The various aceneswere natural and aa\a\^and then' was no straining after ^fJect.^The play abounded in wit, while tben-^was not an unpleasant sentiment through^^out the entire pnec. The scenery wava par^^ticularly flue; the eagle'a cliff, the ivy-clad^tower, and the other acenca p .rtrayed be^^ing true lo nature. The Irish pipar and^the jig dancers put the finishing touches^to a performance of more than ordinary-^merit. ^The Ivy Leaf^ quartet sang sev^^eral choice songs, w Inch weie rapturously^applauded. Rehirestarilag on a Jnnrnsy^A person usually desires to gain some in^formation as 10 the most desirable route^to take, and will purchase tickets via tin-^one thai will afford him the quickest and^best service. Before starting ou a trip to^Chicago or any point Fast, you should pro^^vide yourself with a map and time table^of the Wisconsin Central lines. The train-^run on this route arc vcstibuled and are^equipped with Pullman's latest drawilm^room sleepers, elegant day roaches and^dining cars of latest design, built expressly^fortius service, and are exquisite in fur^^nishings and convenient anil comfortable^in arrangement and so complete m ev en^detail that they have no superior in com^^fort and elegance. The dining car service^is pronounced hy all the most elegant ever^inaugurated, and is operated in the inter^^est of its patrons. Fasttrains via the Wisconsin ( 'antral^lines leave Minneapolis daily at 1J :4S^p. 111., and ''. :25 p. 111.. and St. Paul at 1 :.H0^p. m. anil 7 :15 p. 111.. making favorable^connection with all trains from the West^and Southwest. Fortickets, tune tables, berth reserva^^tions, etc.. apply to G. F. McNeill, C. P. ir^T. A.. Minneapolis, Minn., or to Jaa. C.^Pond, general passenger ami ticket agent.^Chicago, III. Dissolutionof Partnership. Theco-partnership heretofore existing^between W. J, Matthew s and T. W. Hayes,^doing business under firm name of W. J.^Matthews A Co., is this day dissolved by^mutual consent. T. W. Hayes will con^^tinue the business of watchmaking,^clocks, jewelry, etc. W. .1. Matthews will^continue the business of pianos, organs,^and a general assortment of musical In-^atrumenta. Both business will continue^at the old stand opposite the Bee Hive. W.I. M.vTTHrws. T.W. Hayfs.^Anaconda. Montana. May 11. IM*.. ToHe ^ ontlnued. Owingto many of our patrons not being^able to gat waited upon Monday, * a will^continue our slaughter sale of dress goods^for the balance of this week. Wa atill^have some very choice patterns left and^no lady can afford to miss this sacrifice^sale. No such bargains were ever offered^before in this city, on new. choice, season^^able goods. Do not delay till the best^goods are all sold. C. O. D. Storf,^Cor. ;hxl ^ Cherry Sts. National4 onvsntlon.^On June I and 4 the Northern Pacific^will soil round trip tickets to Minneapolis^for one fare, on account the republican^convention, the final limit for returning^bine 31. Forthe democratic convention at Chi^^cago a rate of one fare for the round trip^will ha made. Tickets will be 011 sale^from Montana points on June 18 and P^For full particulars call on or write W. M.^Tiiohv. general agent. .'.'. Fast Broadway.^Butte. AtA net Ion.^Fach afternoon al -' o'clock and evening^at 7, 1 w ill offer for sale without reserve or^limit, at public auction, my entire stork^unredeemed pledges. The sale 10 con^^tinue until further notice. H.FiowrR. Tsnlof Thanks. Theladies of the Aid society of the^Christian chun-h wish to extend thanks to^all those w ho assisted in rendering lb^ en-^tertaiiimeiit given last Friday evening. Mrs.H. T. MvHIN. Pres. GeorgeHa rich is the agent lor the North^Germaii-Lloyil and Hed Star steamship^lines, which furnish the best accomm^ala-^tions for crossing ihe ocean at the most^reasonable rates. He can furnish you^with tickets and European exchange, ( all^on him al 114 East Park avenue. KtIhe corner of First and Mam everf)^evening a free trial of ( apt Nuie. the In^^dian blood medicine. If it does nut help^you. you nee] not buy it. Thenewest thing out. ^Society in Mon^^tana^ and ^Society in Mukota.^ (^all at^King A- Kennedy's. Comfort'scabinet art.'to photos. i2 and^H per dozen, guaranteed in every partic^^ular. Anew spring line of children's suits it^M. S. Aacfiheim's. (all and see our NaVJI auita. M. S.^Aschheim. Flowersfor Her oration day at C.reig'a. MARTIN4 FOX. beatenft RmCigars, Tobacco and CoufeclioDert wkeleseieawl nstau dcalsrs la COAJ^ v^Us Hnrsesbswlagand maekaaalthlnc.^I have opened a blacksmith shop on^First street between Cedar and Cherry^streets, and am prepared to do light and^l.e.ny shoeing and a general blacksmith^business. All work guaranteed to bo sat^^isfactory.William aiafs. Thet'nion Pacific railway offer, special^inducements to passengers destined to^points beyond the Missouri river. Special^rare ia also used in booking emigrants to^and from all points in humpc ( onsull^their agent at general railway and steam^^ship oroce, corner Main and Broudway,^Untie, before punliasing tickets else-^w here. FnrSale. Five-roombrick house, lot Jfixltr), No.^IP Park avenue. Will sell furnished or^unfurnished. Apply al No. 121 Park ave^^nue. Thelargest line that was ever show n in^the city of children's suits at M. S. Asch- hcmi's.^^^^ ForSale Bar fixtures complete Apply^to Con O'Connor, -I^. Fnuii street. Secondhand furniture for sale by Kal-^tenbacli, 13 Main street. MAMMA Forthe health of PAPA Andthe CHILDREN USE BAKINGPOWDER.^U. S. Government Standard. Qasui Gasoline Rare(swat saris. aavS sea^gMMMM less Hkaljf lo est CK.1^nrorder thso sny ..ther ess or ru.-olin^ ^.iftts^s now^Sullu Jum ugbi ill* burner, una Um nasal, asai Ik^mas all day- MAIMMO IMKLI. OB DIM. Xaesubls or false sxplnslona. so fr,,Si^l wtta tbs uursosbMspark. TotSimplicity It Bub the WetM.^II OUs Itself Anlsssaalsally. 9m^^Merles or nsstsM a par's. Ilrsal whs aCVttper Or*4^ at OmKiii toss s07 otkerEagisa. enseasesirrivs im hum spslt en PALMER^ MY, MAMUFACTuacan,^In FrMMn, tit. mi Mkat r: ITIB TBI IPBAL MEOtCtWW Itrr^u^.(^t Mm I mm -ml Kidn#v* ^nrl StomAKh,^fure* II- .i l l. ht , Pxkpc-Mj, create*, tn Kt ^^^^tit*, Puriti** ih^^ lm(' n- Bl^^^1^ inH Make.Th. Weak gtrona. rpfOREGON BLOOD PURIPIFR v^ ^^..^i;iiu.fe^ - 1 rxIDNiYSi LIVER REGULATOR Ctedeverywhere, gl a battle 1 sla for f.v MRS.M. d. BRAY Hasremoved from^tin. Mi.nei Block '.^ tI e South Montana Street. Whereshe lias lor rent CLEAN,NEAT. NEWLY FURNISHED^K^0MS. * Electric Light anil Bleaoi IP-it N'OTPF OF STlVKHOI.nPlliV MEnivr,^Note's IS liereio men to the Slo-KI n ncr^^of the 1 opi^r f'lly 1 ^.mn e i-ial ( onirauv 1 lost a lie^ tth^ ^tleis ^^( siM inmpanv S'lllI elieM at the hea.i ofllrs ^^f t.'ie siiiu roni-^panv al Nn jvi Main treet. In the . I y of Ana-^ronds. ia Hie slate ^f M'.ntana. nn Wedaewiay.^the .'^od its, of June. 1-9'. at Z'.ro-k 1 ti^thai the nliject of ih^ rn.-etliig I, to ocisass II.^^smo 0: nt die capital steea -r th-. '.ini^aio anil thitthe jiuouiii i., si 1 bp 1, i-robosed to in^RNltlsl c.iiillal i^ !^.. liuaurMl llioioaoil^lli liars, to- wlf to n 1-1 - the same to the ex. t'oiof1.n-Tho.iMb*! shares ..' ^ne Hun-linl^DalMM each.|i i II ,^r^^i liV it ai 1 Alias. ,'o-I'llitii^. Trusts till |itw(p for TENDOLLARS buys ^ watch in^a Fahys Solid Silver Du^t Proof^Case at J.MERRILL'S. y10' li Hi itti THELARGEST BEER BREWERY Inthe World. Pabst,Milwaukee, Sales 1891, 790,290 Barrels Anheuser-Rnirh,St. Lovii, Sales iRqi, 6n:,o-H PabstLeads with188.212 Barrels PABSTIS UNDOUBTEDLY THE FINEST^BEER IN AMERICA. CALL FOR IT. JohnV. F^etr-it^, SoleAgent, Anaconda, Mont. TheAnheuser-Busch BrewingAssociation, TheLargest Brewerv in th^ World, produces the (Celebrated BUDWE1SER1 'EER. ANHEUSER-BUSCHBEER, TheVWry best beef that is made in^these 1 nitc I States. BURKEBROS., SoleAssent* for A nn.^ird WATCHTHOSE PRICES AT THEBAZAR THISWEEK. Millinery.Ladies' and Gents' Fura^ingA^Boys' Suits, Mens Pants. Etc THEBAZAR, 215 East First Street X'OTTCEOF HAI.r Of arHoni. B0Xt^^^1, Notlee f, hsrebv riven that the st'.honl ttm-^tssf or school district No ten He o( Deer I ...I, ^^^eouot,. state of Montana. ^hi on the -.tith .lav^ofttay.A. It I*.', ,-,t two u'.-loeli 11 m. of 8HIUsv la front of the tilah s.-lusil buililitu; oa^sin street in the ^m of \ u e-.ni.Li in lass^rounty.sell st p.iMl - auction in the hlths,t ..n l^bstt bidder lor rash. th^ i-uiii-oo hou.I, of ^.ni^rtlitrlet to the amount of ftftv thoiisaiul dollars,^to I* of Ihe denomination ^r Ave thousand doi^far, . I6.oori.oo. earn, ao I to la, uiimlssied from^oa* 111 to isu 1101 In. Iiisive. to liear dale Mity^ISK, to be redsstnable at the option of the .1..^trlei In ten 'in. yssrs. and payable In tsenlv In^^ssrs from lbs nste nf Isiihs. and m bear Inlet^^MM the rsle of an (Il per rent |^r aiiuiiin.^tatsrest eounons psrsble semi aonuatlv on No^remoei ts aud May X^ st tbs ofllrs of the .-ouniv tsSMirerof saM enunly at liesr LsshjS .Itv.^lid bonds are Issued under the autliorli) of^Sfr-llon t i^.'. i-ba|iler I V of the Kirtli .lu.-l.oi ,.f^Ihe coniplle,! statutes of Montana. :m^l of sec^^tion one ii of an act a|i|.rn\eii M.-ir-h 14. Ix-c.i,^lo amend said seettou i i.^. OttoMrsi ,i \% v.^II. K. Hai tin iv. La.Rockktki i rit, llAMSI 111, \ i ii, 1.f Kiiiiiv. or. Vo^^, FS. M a \ u r i U Ttuslees. NOTirETO COOWNKR To lie..rge W^Penn sod t rank Orrais. your heirs. e,e.-u^ton. and ast'en* Vnu are hsreby notified in., .^Albert bourioDiuere aod Aololue Boi hslaau.^vutir envosoers. have, in sec*.rdaii.e oith l'ia I.r..visionsof se. Iion .'.k.'I. Revlsesi Mtatllles uf tlis^oito.1 rslatss. expeadsd in lalmr aad unpiove^menu upon tho nine lion ou.irt/ lo b' iiiiiiin^^claim. Jncaled at ths head of illeson ^aiea.^MM lomllss from Anaconda. ^n User I . i.^^countv Moat., for tho vear A H ismi. una MRSB A. JENNE. THEMONTANA, ana-^mia. most. Oneof tbe funds..niest An-1 most efe*--ar1, p|vnmt.-dho'eis io the I'nHed M ie, Tbor^oujtliU b reriroof. an.I |ir-.-i ..Ch e..e\ :ifrs^^Isctru* 1^*11*. tire al.ii in.. I'-nonu tMl, tulhs^s'e.im he.it. oj^-n tii^, pin e, .u.d all mivdsri .*.BMMStlCeS. l^'eo|,IS .11 sIllTe U|.| slUgl Iuls.lie an-! ser,l.e stiic'h in-' . ..i^, Katei^(ISM bO I'tR UAV UrWAHDb M^..t.i.iu lo mii* and ^i jr.i. It ^f loom* occa^Btaa,C. W. LOJMIb. Prop. buudrsdItioni doil.irt. itpresenl.im worn, .in i^if atiiiln tai days from the serv i.-^- of this noil.^icr siihlo !^ davs attar UM astsss ht pul.li tlon.yon tailor lofuse to coniiil.ute jour pro^poitlnn of sush rxiwudlluru as coauer. vour^lulsrsst in find claim will become the ptnperty^of ths subs, ri|.er^. under ssbl ssci.on .'.a-ji. iTlirltTBOI-RBONMl'HK,^AMoINK ROCIIKI.LAU^Msted Anarooda. Moul . AM.1 n, Itjj.^lust l.bbiic^tioii. April 1. IM- VA/HSOPERA HOUSE JOHNuir.jni s. a sa,lt a. J.C.KEPPLER HileNaatf 1 ii 'lim.iker^ONE NIGHT ONE. I m -.^.^.'^,.^ W.II. POWERS !i ii\ nai utiilst f^vnp..r.v In tli^* ^trps*t SMELTERSOI VEXIR SPOOX'S IHctaresqaeIrish Dimu THEIUY LEAF. new^o\cs. Nt:\v sii sir.^m.w arttSMY, Anda - .car!. ( sst of ^ bars t^r. Pries,,w Aud ^1 oi ^^4t, ^n sale MenU..^May I- it TheSmith Drag 0\ ^ Stori itsMain Ursa* WENEVER SLUMBER. ACCIiSEIRUS Fromth- B^st Va. M F irms Inll.inoi, THESMITH PRIG CO. I1 t^ Wa n S r Jet. DRJ. F. SPELMAN. Corns.I. lajesa11 Ni i^Mi We i, fIce ov^^r r^pi^r rnv rornmercUl fompaiiy. BLMOVt O Will.outPain orI-.1 l^ra*n. oriinHot as. . _ *tolla.m. -toj|^.m : to ^ p. m, rfOI. I. Jeffreys .^ ' ca 1, answered at ofTioa. CmmWMMI,mahicl if mt PsiaATOiotiiST lloolli... ILi iiMi .. 1 .. . M _..