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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 3, ifo*
3 TRAVELER'SGUIDE. T11A1NSARRIVE. B:56A. M.-l run Ilitttn^ leav,-. Putts .: t*,u!;^,1,l!'; I1^*' K:(,: 14 ^^: *M^ I* ^ m.^^j^:US ^. M. hrnni llutta mid i...iiisod-^l-eares IMAM n .oii.. m. ii\r^r iDf n '.n a in:^Niiart iiaUaaii MM l.arrlsou taitoaan^'|gtojg Hi:a^^. WaituspriestIO:S^a in.^M-- MWTM l.lltts Mtiptn; bllvoc^Bow ^*^ vni: MUHtaitf pm. P.M.- l.eaxes Harrison s ^8 p m; Heer^Limits k i . ,, n- \v^rui B|iriuii* I) j^ i^ Ui;^WHtl.lipn, ti;aivsr^r.r.viiT. j ' O A. M.-Fnr r.arrlton-stiart I so a mi^Vami Mirtupt s.ai a m. i^,^r 1a^i^s y..v:a rj:^arrive ^.nrrN.ni 11:4^. a in. :OG A. M.-l m la.tte-sttt.nt n.in.im f1r*C^w.nOJliiiii, Mlii rHuwuna an. arrive Unit* 10:1*1:i iii. 8:OOP.M.- Pet Kiitto mmI MaWMM Stuart^I f pin. silver lumrt.il it in: arrive, llurto^4i^i|iiu; Warm S|^:m;, ' pin. lleer I.id;;o^aniM: Garrison ^:2, |, in. :IOP.M .-F.ii Unite ^tuarl :i i^p m; 81!.^wBow IUA): arrive Hutto to in r. m ELECTRICRAILWAY TIME CARD. Tuli-slflect Al.iv u, 1^12. soixaEAST. liOINCWLST. I t- r I| = 5 11 THEiVCATHEN The(tail) m oixl of tho ilicrnioincK r in^lliis riiy for M sKitlu.i. us Uc|^i at ^'. W.^Hrnndun'n drug tturt, ^.is: 7 a. ni.. 26dc-^t'r^tr above; IJ ni.,44 dcsiers above: 4^|^. in..;^.' ilc'jjri-e* above : r p. in.. ...^ ilcgirea^ubuie. UNITin: ^ ITV. I.M. Kciiik dy nun mil fmni Unite last^eviiiin^'. PostoltleeIli^|K.iior Watkins was in^towli |rttrtto4al Thecolli ueaiiier mtei fei iiig mill the^pi-oypeK. ui ct-op:.. so ihe laueliers say. Mr-.\. Mater let! la.-t torwtfag tM^Aloli'iie. Ivan., to rhtH her p.in iiis and^fiiemls. Mr.and Mrs. I. Ilciran and ilauyliier.^^los. i lmn-. Mtnrntd \i sierday lroin a^inuiilh's \ isit u nil relatives and friend* ill thaL.i^t. I'liilnriiipilI'aradi'.^fiorton's Minstrels will make a uni^^formed street parade a i ii :.Vi p. in., which^w ill to) followi-d li.\- a MMM\ open air eon-^eert by liorton'ta gold liimd. Tho parade^will lx^led by a eleier uiu ki l drill artist^in Zouave potoVMMi who will do some^wonderful uoik with rifle and ba.vonet.^HftoM its last MM4M4Ml\d appealanee here^Ifeto ei.nipanv I ins been enlaigcd lo .5 |H-i^-^plo and. in ailihtioii to il.e ...M band, now^lias it., or. ii orchestra. In speakinii of the^performance the Hali ich. X. ('.. .V. ^ ^ ni.-d^i'hsitn't says: ^^c^rton*M MinsiteU top*^pe.iud in Mctropoliian hall last niuh; toa^||^kh1 loiie.t'. Ii is ihe I.est inin.^irel treii|^e^thu: has balm to 'bei-it.v m ihe nast year.^The g igs were all ei iftp.now .ual sparid iig^ami kep: ihe nii.l.i in e in an upro ir. The^fttoto daurtcig vat especially line and rni^111! 11 eri .i! :^ pTOtll UQred IImdmI cvrr -ri'll^heri . 'Ihe iri'iipe carries with it a mag-^liilieeul band w hich in iise^f i. eipial io an^oriliuaiA tehow. 'i'ho bmnv will he at^1.vans' opeifi house .*-.iti:,di^ cm-iiiii^.^June 4. THEYWON THE PRIZES FiremenWho Got Away With the Hon^^ors Yesterday. SOMEGOOD RECORDS MADE fromI'liilipsburv, Missoula and Boioman^which were expected, did not attend. Allprizes were promptly |N^id. and as ^^consequence the treasury of the Anaconda^department has been enriched $100. A l'1'PFI.'L 0^ ioimin. TheChampions Held Their Own^With Ease-Deer Lodgo Enter^^tained the Boys In^Kino Style. Atthe Vlontana.^Yesterday's arrivals a. the Montana^were: William Wat tin-, jr.. Helena:^,1. II. Williams. M. \\ oikI, San I'r in-^i-nco. JlMl Sljioh!'-. Kliislon: M, I.evy. Pharlsi E. Ilootv, Chtvlee II.Siaer.. ( hietsio: S. W IfiniiniMl. 'I. K.^Wliiteonib I W I IliiUlllim. \, E. t 'lark.^Now yorki l.M. l iui rv. LavkeI m. Mlnu.;^^^iiy X. 1'i.itt. (ieorue K. ^ eWmfh :-. II.^( nhli-rlic.nl. Htitli-: I;. M. riinc i. K'liiiiui, A.W. McCune, s.aii LAke. fulttlfI. Itis not improlktble thai the democratic^|-ait^ in coiivi'iiii iii .it ( iiii ago fHM -1st^will noiiiiiiat^ a ili'tutciai lor president o|^these I'liited Stalci.. 'I bis is n ii. however,^tho chief reason \% h.v all delegates and^others interested should travel via tho^I n loll I'acihc rnilw nv, but bwanse this^line iiisuii-s coiiil.n*. -ateiyand speed,^tickets mt ball rate will be mi sale from^Molilalia point - io i bieagoaad return at^I'llioll Pacific ollice. corner Main and^HriMidua.v. June latli la 1' h iiii lusue.^gm xl !cr ri tu: ii July (ith. KatleaalI Mteaateai^I In June it and 4 the Xortiicrn Padflfl^w ill si'll round n ip tickets to Mitincivnoli*^for one laic, o't .e-couui tba republican^convention, tit* !:nal limit for n t.lining^June ikV Korthe ilemoeiaiic convetiliou at Thi- rajsoa rata ot oae faia aoc* tba raatod nip willlie made. TIclMtl ^ill Im- anatJa^from Mntitaiia points on June Is and l*'.^Kor full pai ticul ii s call on or vvi ita W. M.^Tuolii. gciu r.vl agetit. i Baal liiuadvva^.^Hutte. ANew lli.onl of ^ tear MaAufacturedbv D. Tkrtiatiat called the I. T. Tins ^ ig..i is made entirely from^hniioited i.i'oaeco. Trv them and you w ill^^h tex-t the tire arotiiii Ibal only ran l^' foundm lbe Vuelta Abajo^ iiban ushaarici Baldat 1). T.ctjei.'s eigai ItnTW at ii cents.^l-'^^r sutc. Five-roombrick house, lot f^xl40. \'o,^lit I'ark M ^ line. Wili fall I i:t: -!ii d o:^unliirnishcil. Afplv at X ll'l i'ark ave^^nue. DCnLont.e. Juno I*.^The llremen's^ecienration hrld in this city to-day whs u^success ill every respect. The affair was^admirably managed uud the guests were^handsomely entertained. The weather^was line and the crowd was the largest^this city has seen in some time. Thetrain having the visitors on board^pulled up to the Montana Union Mauoii^ill '.':lt^ o'clock. Most of the guests were^from Anaconda. Tho Deer Lodge de^^partment turned out in full force to re^^ceive those who alighted Irom the train. Arrangementsbad been made fur con^^veying the luggage of the visiting teams^to ihe Mclluruy hotel, and the parade was^at once formed, beaded by Orion's hand^from ilutte. Xext in order came the home^department vvllb the Hutie hook und^ladder team, followed by a juvenile hose^company from thai eit^. Throe com^^panies, comprising I lie Hook and Ladder^company, the Alcrl company and the^Juveniles from Anaconda hroiighl up the^rear. After parading the principal streets^the procession drew up at the Are station,^where the iwrade was disbanded. JaaeesGaMLHaat*eatiMstoMof the home department,made an address ol welcome^to ihe visitors, and did it in nvciy fitting^i; inner. At the close of his remarks^iluce cheers were pro|Kised for the MMI^Lodge file deportment and were most^heartily given. The hose carts were then^weighed ami, as both Auacouda calls^weighed .*^40 pounds, that weight was^adopted. The other cartb were made to^weigh ihe same and the boys lined i.p for^the joo-yard hose race, with Butte. ^.na-^conda's champions. Alert company. No.^also from Anaconda, and the lleer Ixslge^com|^^!iy as starters. Tin'start was made by a pistol shot and^was a good one. ForMl^aids the teams^^ an even, when .an accident i-ccurred to^the lleer I isJge team by which their cart^was upset thus putting an enil to their^running. The other three learns con^^tinued, llnishing with the Anacondas^winners by about six Icet. Ilutte got^credit for having crossed tho lino one foot^ahead of the Alert team, but this was dis^^puted. The judges, however, gave them^the position. It is said by those who were^i lose observers that the truck of the Alert^company crossed the line at least eighteen^inches ahead ot Hutte and that the judges^gave their decision from ihe position of^the lenders and not the carts. Thereis no doubt that the Alert rout-^pan.v would have won a good second and^chased the winners closely for llrst place^had it nut been for the fact that Dayton,^one of Ihe leaders of ihe team, injured bis^but on a rock, and being attached to Ihe^rope by the harness he wore he was una^^ble to drop out, thus very greatly interfer^^ing w ith the spied ot the team. The time^was _ti'/^ seconds. Thenext event was the shot-putting,^w hich was captured by '^hanihrrs, a mem^^ber of the Anaconda department. The^chief's race was the next in older and w as^run by Muiray of Butte. Buchanan of^Deer lodge and Hnslry of Anaconda. The^lleer Li dge Ml had a walkover ill this^race and Unified an easy winner in 12^seconds. TilemM vards dash followed ami was the^most exciting ev ent on the indiv idual list^of athletics. There were seven starters.^This MM was a fast one, considering the^fael thai the -printers ran against a^strong wind which was blowing at the^time. It was on by Howard of the Ana^^condas, w ii h Humlier of the samocity a^good second. The tune was given as II^sei onds. FollowingMM came the running long^jump, the prue for w hich was also carried^oft h^ Auacouda. It was won by Tom^Ivuhardb. Thestanding hop. skip and jump was^won by ti'Hiien.as was also the three^standing jumps. He is a member of 1ln-^Auucmida department. Thehurdle race of ltd yard* w as claimed^for Number. Inn was awarded to Kinney^of Hutte. Humhcr made a mistake in^llnishing the race in attempting M jump^the tape instead ot running through it.^the members of its team were given the^signal io start Ix-fore they were properly^ready, and as a conseipieuee they lost at^least thri-e seconds. They also lost at the^finish by the fact that their ladder climber^began the ascension too early. His weight^prevented the raising of the ladder. This^concluded the programme. It will be^seen that Anaconda teams and their rep^^resentatives secured every first priie, w ith^two exceptions, the hurdle race and th^^chiefs' race. Thecrowd repaired to the park where^dancing to the music of Orton's band was^enjoved till 1 o'clock. The pav ilion, which^has only recently been completed, is spa^^cious and is a building that would reflect^credit on a much larger cit.v. The park is^a natural one. and one of w hich any city^might leel proud. Themembers of the Anaconda Juvenile^team vvere much disapi^ointed on not be^^ing able to arrange a race w ith the Butte^team. The Hutte kids most emphatically^refused to MMMMI with ihetn. The chief^of the w inning team w as presented vv it Ii a^handsome bouquet, as were also some of^the indiv idual members to^ the Auacouda^department who won prizes. \tMMMWMM in.ermisston of an hour^was tiiken for lunch, after w hich came Ihe^event of the day - the h.^ok and ladder con^^test. There were two teams in this event,^Peer I,odgc and Anaconda, and the prize^went to the latter, the Anaconda team^thus sustaining its reputation as cham^^pions of the state. The tnno was given as^id seconds for Deer Lodge, w hile Tom^Hiehards succeeded ill reaching the Met of^the ladder, for the champions. In'^I sec^^onds. Tho tnce was 'JO vards. and the^lime three seconds faster than that^made at thu tournament held at^lioieinan last year. In justice to^Deer Lodge it should be said that H.Tatro was run over by the Deer^Lodge cart. He was a member of tho^team and while running fell in some^manner a ml cue of the w aecls passed ^e. er^bia legs. He was not seriously injured,^but w ill :^e laid up a few days. Thep uade w as ono-fourth of a mile^long and presea'ed an iMMMiMJ ajSJSaaa*^anec. Itwas a matter of i-egret that the teams I'eeallarDeath of aw Kmploy* at the^southern Cross Mine. Ateamster named Jacob Lew is, driving^one of Mat-Hire's ore teams, lost his life at^the Southern ^ ross mine Wedn* sday by^drinking a cupful of cyanide solution.^T he McAnhur process is icing tested on^isouihem Cross ore and one of ihe solution^tanks is situated inside the shaft house.^It holds sereral bundled gallons and^stands w ithin ahi ut ten leet of a water^liarrel mto which theiu is a constant dis-^rhaige of spring water from a pipe.^Above the waier barrel hangs a drinking^cup. and while the engineer and fireman^were at dinner and nobody was in the^^halt house, Lewis enmc up from the ore^bins, took the dip down I rota the nail^above the water barrel, w alked over to^ihe to!uiion tank and dipping out a cuiv^lid. drank. He was nlinosi unmisliately^taken witb spasms and died iu about an^hour and n half. Thebody was brought to Anaconda for^inquest, Mr. Maguiie reaching here ^es-^teiday morning. Lew is was an unmarried^man ill years old. and bail no relatives^here. His friends in the East have been^notified. AnilKiucst was held yesterday after-^noun MM Judge (I'l^ ary as acting coro^^ner. The jnrv was eom|vosisl of Ibvger^Kdwards. J. H. Laird. ^ laus Oldliahcr. X.^H. Motley. Mike ( MMI and II. W.^Sparks. The verdict was that the said^Jacob lewis came to his death by iguor-^antly drinking a solution of cv a mile of^potassium at the shall house of the^Southern Cross mine, in the county and^state aforesaidi and the Jury hereby cen^^sures in the severest leinis the BaMllMffl^Cross Mining company ami its representa^^tives for gross negligence m allow uig so^deadly a poison to remain so easily ac^^cessible to chance pas.iers-bv. Atelegram was received from lewis'^father 111 Missouri yesterday requesting^that i he both lie buried here at his expense.^The funeral will be held to-day under the^supervision of John Koarh, an old school^^mate of the dead man. MISSOULA~MATTERti. BateHull People at Work- A lliakeman^I it.In r, it. SprrialPlsp.iti li to the Maoilanl. Mlssoit a, June 2. The announcement^in this morning's Stanpakd to the effect^lhat Butte had steund Capimgcr. tho^Baker City pitcher, did not bring joy to^the base ball rianks here. They MS con^^gratulating themselves, howcvci. on the^fact that Missoula has secured Callahan^of Xevv Orleans, w ho has a great reputa^^tion as a pitcher. He leaves lor hcie either^to-day er lo-mcirow. Mineralpatent Xo. J. issued to Charles^.1. Tyler for the claim know n as the Hell-^gatc I'lacer claim, was rei-eiv edat the land^office this morning. Col.Thomas C. Maishall and \V. II.^Smead have for St. Paul to-morrow morn^^ing. MajorJohn B. Catliu and fiust Moserof^this town, and Flank J. Morris, the land^attorney of (irantsdalc, leave to-morrow^for Minneapolis to attend the convention.^Major Cat Im is also a delegate to the con^^vention of the Kepubhi an League of tho^Cnited States to Im- held there at Ihe same^time. GeorgeH. McFetndge. a well known^passenger brakeman. met w ith an unfor^^tunate accident west of hero this morning.^While jumping off from an engine be^slipped and fell with his left hand on the^trai k. ri sidling in the wheels running^over two fingers. The index finger was^crushed at the end and the middle one so^badly that it had to be amputated MM s^whole it joins Ihe hand. The operation^was performed in this cilyby llr. Buckle).^Mr. McKetridge was putting some hobos^off thi' train when the accident liappencd. FrankW. MeConnell returmsl from^Cartel to-night, very tired with tramping^over mountains in the rain yesterday. ITWAS A TWISTfciR. MMI llamsge Wrought liy a Tarnaito SevereIttiln Worm.^LoiT. Texas, June % Hi-ports of the^cyclone near Duraugo say ii caused the^greatest haves-, sweeping ev cry thing before^it from the face of the earth ovei a space^a quarter of a mile wide and several miles^Jong. Houses vveie utterly MMMsMMVL^Many cm-aped ii.jinj by entering eve.one^nellars. but live or six are known lo ha^killed and a number MjMI d. Mime fatally.^TIM edicts of the rain stoims which have^j prevailed since Monday throughout M -^soiiri. Aikansas, Texas. Oklahoma and^tl-e Indian territory and which continue m^many places, are hi ccrning evident in the^rising of the rivers. All the sin ami in^this territory are rising rapidly and prom^^ise to exceed the high stage of water re^^cently recorded where not e.\eeedid.^Knot moils damage has been already done^and much greater is in pi^ sped. Goldinr t'.xpart.^Xfvv York. June .'. Cold to tho amount^of SI .iH^i,n^ev w as taken for export to-day. To It limn It Xlav ^ MMMl^All |^ersons having MMMl pledged vvnh^me are requested to redeem the sain^^within thirty days or thev will be olfeied^lor sale at public auction H. Fi.owi.li.^Anaconda. May in. W*xrri^Two roinpel. nl girl- to wait^on table iu a short order house. Applv lo^Mrs. Ii V. Miprenant, J^l Last I'aik^av eiiue. WantedA German g:rl Apply ai ^I.'^I as Fourth street. Anaconda. Offingor Km Lion MflTUM Co.,j^AHacokua, Mont., M i; Is. lmij. (^X'otiee is hereby given 'hat there will be^a meeting of the stockholder . of tly I: d^i Linn Mining MMMl sM O. B. Winston's^ollice. iu Anaconda, Mont., on Fridav . the^. M day of June. UN, al 1 o'clock p. ri..^I lor the pMMaaa of electing a Isiaid ol^I trustees ami olllccrs for the ensuing yi ar.^Georc.k B. Win^ii^m. Secretary. WantedAt once. An aMMfMBCed^laundrv man as foreman. Addres,. \,. .-^cinlda Meam Lauudty, Auacouda, Mont. WantedTwo girls, one cook ami no^to do second work. Apply at Hotel Mon^^tana to Mrs. S. Tuitle. ForSale- A 1.00I table aud bar fHcir-^eoinplete. Apply to '^on O't on nor. .!'^^Froiit si reel. For.Su.e A good driving horse, hat-^ne^^ and open buggy. Applv to E. Ski tn^ r.^Mill ^ reek. Purifyyour bl-xsl now with ii:.; ^:^Blood i'urifier. the great health its- it Ifyou want a tine piano at a very ! .w^price, call ot King and Kennedy's. ThePlunge Baih. in West Dark A ^ -t 0|H'tiday and night. DOUGAN'S BALLOT MACHINE, j a^ nmp.iiiy Incui puiaieil to Place the |^lliientsnn Befoie Hie Pnbllt.^dispatch tn the M.iii.i.inl. Missopla.June 2. - Articles of incor- i^I eration weic filed tc-day of ^The Mop- I^tana Vote Registering Machine company,^ .^eapiial stock M.OtlO.OtKi div niiil MM)UM^^OiUshare*. The incoipoiators lire Ken- I^t.uly bongaii. W. H. II. Hickitisoli. Miles^Mix. W. H. Houston. John Hayes, A. J. j^I'rhti. Fd. Lilldsly and II M. Ogden. The^^kJaaU of the company are given as being^^to manufacture, bin. ^^^11. lease and^rent. 1:1 the state ot Molilalia, and in any I^other state or territory wnlnn Iho I'tiittMl^Slates where saal cot|v^r.ittoll may I^i h^w^se to o|veinte. by eomt'lymg vvithlbi' .^laws of said stale or territory. machines, j^devices aud appliances for facilitating the i^casting or rcglstci ing of \ ote.s at. lections. I^and to buy. sell and lease patents cover-I^ing machines or systems having for their!^abJaM tho prevention of fi.iud ai elections |^or the saving of lime or expense in con^^ducting the same. Thecompany w dl handle D. ttgiu's vole^registering machine, a lull description of^winch was pub:.shed iu the SrvNPARK1^more than a year ago. VMM Mr. Datigan^sec 11 its I his patent:. The machine is so^con .it i ucied lli.it when I allots, printed ar- '^MaMMJ to the Atistrabnn svsieiu, are ^^i h i i ^ : atrd, instcail of i-ro-sisl. as at pres^^ent, and placed in Ma maehitie. it ix-gis-^tetx'd the vote i-ast. Ill ca.-e. however,^part of the ballot has Is-eu voted incor-^niily, tlie machine registers only tMM^pai l as is corn-ctly voted, as in the cuse^where two eauilidales are voted for for^one olliec. the maehitie will register Ihe^vote for the other olllccr -. b it' leave thai^one blank. Mr. Doiigan says the .com^^pany d.ies not propose lo pa into theman-^iitacturiiig of machines just a: present. intvin'tii it Meg ^ mi,ith All|h^rsoiis knowing themselves in^^debted to the undersigned an- nquested^lo call and sell!.- their .iccoenls Ijefore^June in. IMS, ai I shall plaaa all accounts^at that time in the bands of an iiitorney^lot i ollr* non.John Totoilii i. MichiganSaloon.^Anaconda, Mout.. May al, Islh'. I'nsiiivi-lyaaMMfj out.^I offer my entire sto^ U of new goods and^unredeemed pledge.,, consisting of^watches, diamonds, jewelry, guns, musi^^cal instruments, clothing, minks, etc., at^prices far tx low their actual value. H.Flow sk. Sun,!n i.si urslisll Killen. BeginningSunday. May l^''-'.ainl un^^til further notice, the Montana I'mon rail^^way vv ill sell ion .'-uiid.iy onlyi muiul irip^tickets belwecu all stations at one lare lor^reiind trip, good only on dale of sale. I-or sale or To |aVa Ihis'-'lass blacksmith shop, with a^well-esi.iblished business, on Ihe corner^el f ront and Hickory streets. I lie shop^is leplele with stis-k and tools. Applylo D. B. BiUKAN on premises. Notice. Crediloisofihe list.^ i Council Mer^^cantile Co. are hereby notified lo settle^then accounts at the ollice in Ihe old he^ratiou. Carroll acmis may is* settled Ihelealso. t'leeLunches. TheGranite suhsiti propiietois have^commenced the free lunch MaMMk t old^hiiiebes are procurable al all hours and^hot lunches al night. ,.t ar bale, four-roomdwelling house and 'NxHO^sat on Fast 'fluid street. Apply on the^premise-. M'i. GeorgeBatieh is the agent lor the Xortli^German-Lloyd and lied Mar steamship^hues, which furnish the be t accommoda^^tions fni crossing tho ocean at tho most^reasonable rates. Ha can furnish MM^w ith tickets and European exchange. Call^on him al lit MM Calk avenue. llr.Macilonald. Ilentist. Spec,^tallies Maiiiihe tut ing llr.^IF.lines' Adjustable Thin Wa^^fer Plata, and extraction with^gas and elei tin ity. Wehave them all. The best brands of^liquors and cigars. Dil.v A- Mai run. Mil^^waukee lit er Hall, corner I'ark audt'iil ir^Stri-ets. WEWILL GIVE $103to any Lady who^doubts the merits of^Snow Flake Baking^Powder, if we cannot^in her own kitchen,^with our cook, u^in^f^Snow Flake purchased^from her grocer, pro^^duce better results^than can I e accom^^plished by using any^other baking powder. Theonly objection^that can be urged^against Snow Flake^is: ^It is a home^production.^ (\ R.^GROFF, manufact^^urer, St P.iul. jrspIMK TABLE TO CHICAGO. CHICAGO,^T. fAcL. *!!^ XBAFOltol^I^ OMAHA K AIL V^ A Y. THENORTHWESTERN USE. Ttilnl^ lh^ only Uos oiaklng rnoneethio ^^Great Nomthsbn Kailwat si at, Paul^day In the year lor f.'iu^-^go so 1 tie East. VIAGREAT aORTHKBlf. ,LeaTs Butt*T : ILnaa Helena^^' Ie,v^ Greal KSlll '* Arrv-Mloot^^:! ArriveOtmsl Forks Alio- st Piul viaxouiheiix rAciric.^Le ave rt^tte 12 'A p. I LaaeaHetsaa i io r.m. to le*v. lioisn.anh.W\u ni. i Arrives:. Paul12 14 V- viaSORTaWESTERN USE. Isue St. p.ail t 45 s. m. 4.IS fi.m. ArrtxsMi.wsu-^Itse: v, p m l 15 s. m : ArriveChicago Ml it. m. MiIV m. Id ToeNorthwentern Line 1* the shortest llae la^botn .iUtaoce soil lima lo Chicago. Seeureyour^lickeuoyer this line. v ^^dZa^^General r.i^.eager Agsot, si Paul. ana.i^toa. i^sft p. I^Vi a. I :ap. I mma, l p. i p aa. dp i05 p jssi .vis in. JOSEPHSMITH. CARI'PSTEKAND RuTLDnL Estimatesl'urnl^h^d no All Klails of^References lo the CUT.^^hep on Oak street. Lets sen Park sreeue^ami lhlrvl street. ASACONOA, ^ ^ UOKIAXA. THELARGEST BEER BREWERY Inthe World. Pabst,Milwaukee, Sales 1891, 790.290 Barrels Anhcuser-HiiHh.St. Louis. Sales 1891, ttSMfi PabstLeads with188,212 Barrels PABSTIS UNDOUBTEDLY THE FINEST^BEER IN AMERICA. CALL FOR IT. JohnV. Petritz, SoleAgent, Anaconda. Mont. TheAnhciL^er-Busch BrewingAssociation, TheLargest Brewery in the World, produces the Celebrated BUDWEISEREER. - ANHEUSER-BUSCHBEER Thevery best beer that is made in^the^e I Fluted States. BURKEBROS., SoleAgents for Anaconda GREATAUCTION SALE REALESTATE 1 Ifyou w ani a * h^*ap^Kiiiu A- K.'tiiH*^J\. tliy hii^i\n fi^i to E WANSOPERA HOUSE JOHNmagu iie MANAGIJk SaturdayEvg*, June 4, APIT a II \ Ni K i^r GORTON'S ::l;amousNe w Orleans: MINSTRELS. TheAdilitiuii^is within oun^mile of ila' MM^^int-SH poruoii ^^f^the* city, is lev i'l. jetilia. Ix-auti- '.ally Kinlileil ami^dry. I'uc Uiu-st aaaatoam the^cu^ is tH-mg aaay strutled through^il. It is Hie^It a 11 d s 11 in v ^ 1, Maal iics^ ai.. andattractive^addition toll use^fity. Theetni'l^iitilnav line vv ill^run IhroiiKlt it. Itis aeetsaed la Imm-oiii*a ureal^city. Now is thu^Maaa M procuro^lots in 1 his. tin*^most (lesir.'ihlu^and nt tractive^e uy in Ihu north^^west. s^ ^ ^ ^ IN BR iu MA c ,KS AD^D II T6 N BiirMttirks Addition TO R0ISKCITY . mnr nn^^SO ACREb. Isnati.t ant placent(|*oa Ml^market, ^i i must^M so..I I ns air'^tain xst ! t win naaeeat iouvukv MONDAY, KayU, 1892, on Hie EMSflM^Over nolp^^ in M Sold J.C.KEPPLER Thel/adiiij Watfhniiiker AND/^\AM FACri'RISG jewele1,^Mala sirssi, Aaaruaaa. Onlyplace (or tlis SMELTERSOL VtMR SPOONS Kmlirsritu^^ coterie nf High-ClassArtists.^NUMBKR-2-v In. n aMre n^^ f. ^sr im ot RefinedMinstrels v. J.BRUMBACK. IMain Street.^Bolee City. - Idaho THEMONTANA, ytilliK OF STOCKHOI.DFFV MFETINO^^1^ Notice is hercoy Klven lo the Stoclvlio ders olthe 1 'i 1 ^^ t'tty 1 omniemai i oniiMny. ihst a^ineet.112 of ttic st.h'knoiaers ol t.ii^l .onipaoy^will lie Iteiit at the tica.l orlt.-s of trie - t. l com-^panv. st No ass Msin street m the etXfm Ana-^c uilc. in tlie ^tste of Men'.iios. on Wednesday.^Ihs ^.'.'ml day of Juns. ua ^. at So cock p.m.. thu tieject o' ti e atsetlaa is la ucreassthe aitio'.mof 1 he caiiilaistis-k of the' i-nipaay. and^HjM ih^ .mount tn ^b| hi^ Is | roi.c^e^f to in^^crease the vaults! lsT^o Huti'iie.1 ihousaad lliI ars, lo-wit lo u ^ ^ ^ e the - life Co the si -^t-Diof one Thounaud i^hsi-t-a' ^'^^ Uundird It ...u , eav-U. 11i.XNESSY. FiiAt 1 iHiy,^v 1'irrRs, irustaes AKACti-X-DA,M ^^T. IliSLuit .lulV 1. 1^W^Ueopcne.l ^ ^.^: 1. 1sw. 1Ml 0KMKD PARAM Al ^ I.M. mtbx-aijiooldtkxoconcttnat. 1^ra r of First Mi Main -:: Seatsaa MM al Mil 111 rtKlia ^^^. S^, in^creafe In le^iiUr pti es for litis eu-*JKeiii..n'. ADMiSiilJN.CALLKrvY. SI .OO SO !est- iDsaie \\ .^^ i-.-s. .1 Il-t .It f-Mlltl Dl'.l't.1 ^ '.. 11* MaM Mieet. Corns,Boaiou, IrgrosmfMM btMOVF.D With,ut Palo^ot UIcsh! MM Prof.I. Jefltfys CHItOFOOlST,MANICUIE i-l PlltmiOtCMjlST^^MM * Maui Mire!, Hutte, Moot. New rtesHt'i.uit CAFEROYAL. thiswtil IV t .11 111 l'ii^* i Usi^ktyta a. a SHORT OH D Kit HOUSE^MRS. J. V. SURPRtiNANI. Prop. IOOMam bt.. - Anut-Onvla. 'm of the h.in- sorneit aal to ^^l slec.iattT 11,^ I'ltC't hotel. ,a llie PMMi WJten. Th' ei-hiv urepr ...f. i^d proviih-d with .^..-v.it r^.^^lestrhi bells, lire alarms, (t.uuuw sstst, hsliis,^s'r.iiti l.-ai, , j^-,i .,ie |^.a^i.^ aial ni: nio,:.'rn^cottvcn.eoces. li'-nm^ en mile snd ^io^ie.^1 sisiaa .uiu sena-s strietly llrst-rlass. I'.Atn^S3 CO HtK DAY UPWAHDS !!^^^tm; to ^ue and .^ Intra..tar al rooms Man^' toM,c. W. LOOMIi, Prop. ftr an ted t^ the W i.r.-inin i'eatral Lines ist tie direct uiiie to ami nom atllwaussa.^I I tsiio jud all . .u-- East sad South two^il. cu,u sst usint Willi I't'iinuii Vest.b.aal^Im.s.u Ic ont vtifli su.l tus It nt rait r%^it. uk I'in inn Cars stta.ntu imsu v^ daily, M-^Iwr.ii Nut ui'.i;vu^ Aiiu di. 1 sui sua atilwasiaae^and i I cawo.