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THEANACONDA STANDARD. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, 1892.
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TRAVELER'SGUIDE
nuunAitniva.
188 A. M.^From lint.c-T.paTrv r.utts .^^ ni. HUwr Bow ^:07 11 m stuart ^^^ a m.
12:05P. M.^From h.itte snd Harrises.^^Leaves mute lt:00 n m. Sllrcr llow 11:19 a in:^Ktuart 11 :^s a m: leave* Harris,.n U^:00am;^Deer Unlge iu:^i am: Warm Sprints 10: j^am.
OiOBP. M.-laavm llutte o uu |. to. Sliver^Bow r^:tvpm: Muari pm.
8:68P. M.-Uavn.(,^rrln^nS:C5nm: Deer
btourtiTjs p ui v'*nb s'^'ms* 9 m'^thai..* nrr.iH r.
8B.IO A. M.-For Garriaon^Stuart 8 so a m;
warmSpring. ^:S0 a m; l^^er losine j^.! a m:
arrive(iurriton 9.1:. a m.^81OO A. M.-Kor llutte^Stuart S:ll^^,Omi-
tonV:Mik; Silver How Mat m; arrlvo Hull*
10iw a in.
:00 P. M.-For Butts and c.arrlson^Smart^^:l^pm. Sllrer Howard pm: nrrlv* llutte^soopm; Warm Sprta** i:ts n m: Deer Lod|-o^tw(^; arrive Harrison 4 2 ^ p ia.
QilOP.M.-For Untie smart'., ^pm: RU.^ver Bow 10 (10: arrive Untie |0:I0 p m
THE WtA I HER
Thedoily record of tlio thermometer in^this city for yesterday, as kept ut ('. W.^Urandun'a drug store, wua: 7 a. in., 63^degrees above; 1-'in.. 02 degrees above; 4^|^. in., tit degrees above; 8 p. in., US de^^grees above.
AUOI.'TTHE MTV.
Mrt.Dr. Stephens iiml cliildren returned^last evening from a week's viait with^liutte frieml^.
Agame of lacrosse between two Ana^^conda teams will be played at the park^this afternoon.
Allfiremen are ro^|uesttd to meet at 11^o'clock sharp at the lire houee this morn-^ill*; in full uniform.
St.Mark's Sunday school will meet at^11 o'clock this iiioruini: ami all member*^are requested to attend.
Thereports cfrculiiled yesterday to the^effect that the park was under water were^untrue. The park it in line couditiou.
RalphBeaumont, who will deliver the^address before the vA'crkinenien's union^at the park this ufiernoon. arrived in tho^city yesterday.
Thomembers of the Lower Works Flro^company are requested to meet at^Standard ball at 1 o'cUick in full uniform.^By order of J. S. Dougherty, president.
Severalinvitations have been received^by Anaconda people to attend the closing^exercises of St. Mary's academy. Deer^Lodge, next Wednesday evening, at ( ot^tonwood hall. A number of people from^this city will niohahly attend.
Thebusiness men of Anaconda are talk^^ing of organizing a board of trade 10 ad^Tanco the commercial interests of the^Copper City. Missoula, Greut Kills, He:^enu und Eozcinau derive a great deal of^benellt by having similarorganizations,^and th.-to is no 11 nson why the merchant^and professional men of Anaconda should^not organize. A mi cling vi ill Ik* culled^before long to talk the mutter over.
TheCarroll base bali buys go to Uutte^this morning to piny the Butles. Tho^game will lie called ai - o'clock sharp. The^club bus bent strengthened and they will^go to will. The players and their |Kisitious^lire 11s follows: l'arly. pitcher; Ncwl-Ciry.^catcher; Iverson. first base; Long, second^base; H. Klciuhuus, third base: t^der^liansi 11. short stop: 1. Kleinhaus, left^Held; Walker,center field; I uddiby, right^Ueld.
JohnBrown, ^ ho for the past two inon.^lbs hat been suffering from un ubcess of^the worst type at St. Ann's hospitiil died^last Thursday. Death waa a relief in the^unfortunate man as his suffering was^pitiable, and there was no possible chance^for hit recovery. Ho was friendless here,^and at the time of his death was without^11 dollar. He kept the whereabouts of his^friends and relatives u secret and in spile^of all entreaties the place of bit home^remained unknown to those who would^advise his |K^ople of his demist^Hia funeral ex|x.-iisi* was borne by tho^county.
InfnrmatloiiWanted.
JohnMcKcnzie left his rooms in this^city on the morning of June 11th,^and has not sinceretumed. At ho^bat appeared to lie out of health^for a lew days, his friends are anx^^ious to learn hit wherealKiiits. He^about 30 years old. dark complexion, and^lias a war 011 his Jaw. Has a dark brown^mustache anil is about .'1 feet ft inches^tall. He wore a brow n tack coat, dark^checkered pantaloons which were rather^large and heavy, and a black soft hat.^Any information left at the Anaconda^lKMtolllcc or at Ibe Sta.ndaHD ollke w ill^bo thankfully received.
AnacondaWorkln^men's futon.
Membersare earnestly n quested to^partie.pate ill the parade ami picnic of^tho union on Sunday, l'-'th inst.. and to as^soluble at their rooms at 10 o'clock sharp^on the morning of that day.
Imi halo or To L* .
Afirst-class blacksmith aliop, with^well-established business. 011 the corner^of Front and Hickory streets. The shop^la replete with stock and tools.
Applyto D. li. Hikka.n 011 premises.
MMa
Allpersons knowing themselves In^^debted to me. will please mako settle^^ment before July 1. after that date I w ill^be obliged to rive all amounts for collec^^tion. Respectfully, M. S. AsctlllKUl.
Notlor.
Creditorsof the F.stet A Connell Mer^^cantile Co. nro hereby notified lo settle^their accounts at lh^ oftleo in the old lo^^cation. Carroll accounts may be settled^lucre also
freeLunches.
TheGranite saloon proprietors have
Commencedthe free lunok system. Cold^lunches are procurable at all hours and^hot lunches ut night.
GeorrrcBarich is tho agent for tho North^German-Lloyd and Hod Star steamship^lines. ^ hid. furnish the hett aocommoda^(ions lor crossing tho ocean at the most^reasonable rates. Ho can furnish you^w.th tickets and ttaropSM exchange. Cull^uu uuu at 414 Last l'qrk uvouuo.
Theproprietors of the Lender have^rented a store at-Mil North Main street.^Unite loppo.-iie Hotiner'si. and will re^^move their entire stock.
lor Kent or For Sale.
Atwo chair bai l^T shop anil two ball,^is sin is in good condition. Inquire ut Lou^Burnett's. P. l^. bo\ 7;i*.
Acar of the world renown,-.1 Win. J^Letups lager biH^r will lie thrown 011 the^market next week.
Purifyyour blood now with Oregon^Blood 1'uriliir. tlic trretit health restorer
Ifyou want a Cue piano at a very low^price, call ut King uml Kennedy's.
TheLcadci clothing store w ill move lo^Butts.
JOININGINJHE PARADE
illthe Liter Union In Ton Will^Tnrn Ont To-Day.
ORDERAND LINE OF MARCH
Thar*Is Going to Be a Bis Pro^^cession Through tho Town^and Lots of Fun at
thePark.
Elaboratepreparations have been com^^pleted for the first annual picnic of the^Anaconda Worklngmen's union at Ana^^conda park to-day. There will be a grand^street pat ado of labor unions and civic^societies, the procession forming at the^corner of Maiu and First streets at 12^o'clock noon. The procession will be^headed by the Anaconda band. At the^park the Hon. Ralph Beaumont will de^^liver an address on ^Lalior Organizations^and Their Benefits.^ There will be all^sorts of games and sports going on, and^dancing will continue through the after^^noon and evening.
Thocommittee on arrangements con^^sists of C. H. Williams. P. M. Fox, P.^Son nson, George Litton. S. A. Kennicott.^Fred Clansman, George Hart, C. A. Myer,^A. Murchion and T. Johnson.
Thecommittee on sports is composed of^P. Sorenson, (ieorge Hart, C. A. Myer, A.^Murchion, Charles Bacon and Joseph^Steiger.
'1be floor committee is comprised of W.^F. Whiteley, fhsir manager, J. Johnson,^Henry Plans, George Elston, Louis Fround.^H. Wintcrkoff, Thomas Blake and Sick^Knock.
Theprocession will be composed of the^following organizations:
fihstDIVISION,^quad of Aiutcuuda l'ollco In charge of Chief^Fags 11.
Musicians'i*roteetlre I ulou Band of Uuttte, 43^In number.^Auaronda Fire Department.^Cpper and Lower Works Fire 1 it-partim nt.^SECOXI, DIVISION.^Standard Drum Corp* of Unite^Allan in la '1 j luiL'rapliii a I I mon.^Carpenters' culnn No. ss.^Switchmen's I'ntoii.^( lea 1 makers' I nlou.
Marlduittt'I'ulou.^Ikiliermakers' I'nlon.
th11idDIVISION.^Anaconda lira** Hand.^Butte Werklngmon's L'nioB.
MinersI 11I..11.^rooks' mid Walters' K. of L^ltalph lleauiuont. Orator of the Day.^W. K.Morie) Assembly So. 3.711 K.of L.^Aiiaeiiinlu Worklurmrn't I'ulou.^Montana ( harloy und liinl.kin ou llorscliack.^Citizens in Carriages, etc., etc.^All societies will concentrate in front of^depot. Marshal of the day. David Adair,^Arthur 1'ortier. The lino of march will be^south on Main to First; oast on First to^Chestnut; south on Chestnut to Third;^west on Third to Main ; north on Main to^From; west on Front 10 the Anaconda^park, where the amusements and sports^of the day will take place.
Theparade w ill form at 11:30 o'clock.^All societies will govern themselves ac^^cordingly. Two prizes w ill be offered for^the two iluesl appearing organizations in^line. The judges have boon select d and^the prizes will b ^ awaided at the paik.
llonnyItui letque.
Thomoat notable innovation on the^stage of the modern is the introduction of^the Creole in burlesque. This (luetic peo^^ple who, though living amongst us and^being of us since our country's infancy,^had somehow oscapod identification as a^poople ol dislinct and unique characteris^^tics. They were a people w ithout a his^^tory, without a literature, who trod the^even tenor of their way w ithout s^ arching^for fame or distinction. Indeed it may lie^said that until the fairy-like and facile pen^of Mr. Cable, and the magic wand of Mr.^Jack came into piny to bring the Creole^hef ne the public, the race, even^though in our very midst, v. as unknown.^The charming stories of Creole life by Mr.^Cable, however, and the managerial skill^of Mr. Jack have made the Creole known^to the world. How well Iho race deserve^recognition cun best bo seen by attending^n perlormnnee of the Creole Burlesque^company at Kvans opera house to-morrow^evening. There :')^ bewitching beauties^and LI I tuir Egyptians can lie seen dis|s-^rt-^011 tho light fantastic, or heard aw alien^^ing the sweetest chords. Ami then Hone^Burlesque, that ever welcome reveler, w ill^hold court, and pleasure will pose as^hand -maiden.
Nobodyla Particular.^^Somebody was lunching just over tho^way from the Grand Central depot, the^other, day, w hen she overheard one of the^most delightful bits of overdouo non-chul-^ance ever uttered. A couple of girls weie^eating ices ai the table, when a palpably^newly married couple came in, and, seat^^ing themselves, began studying the^menu industriously. One of the first^comers looked very hard at the bride, und^finally announced to her friend that it^certainly was so and so, w ho had gradu^^ated with them, and they began to won^^der who the man was. Filially the bride^spied thorn, and crossintz over, began to^^reminisce.^ In a moment curiosity over^^came politeness and she was asked: ^Hut^AtifTUMu. you are married, who is he'.'^^Tho bride of a week hestilated an instant,^and then remarked in a superbly off-baud^wny: ^Oh, nobody in particular, only an^old friend.^^Htm Vmm I'rtt*.
Ilrrss-Culllnq;.
Tothe ladies of Anaconda: I want it^announced that Mrs. C. H. Johnson is my^authorized agent and accomplished^teacher of my close-fitting French method^of drcss-culting. Young ladies are taught^all tli^' branches of handsome finishing in^the latest eastern style.
Lessonswill bo taught at 317 Park av^^enue east.
Mlts.S. J. Roster,a.vs. Patentee,^Cleveland, Ohio.
Potts-|h nny^earth,^side is^011 the
QUAINTAND CURIOUS.
Whatwill be the largest electric loco^^motive In the world is ocimr constructed at^Baden, Zurich. It is to develop 1.50J to^2.UI.i horse power aud w ill make its trial^trip in a few months.
Pliny,that rare old gossip, tells of a care^somewhere in Dalmatia where a stone^thrown in raised a regular din of noises.^Fingal's cave, 011 the Isle of Staffa, has an^abnormally developed echo.
Millionsof Colorado beetles were washed^up on the shore at Sea Isle cily. N. J., a^day or two ago, and the residents are at a^loss to explain the remarkable occurrence^or form any idea us to where they came^from.
Athree-legged snapping turtle has been^caught 011 the steamboat wharf at Sew^London. The freak has walked sideways^two miles through the heart of the cily^w ithout meeting any one who noted or^accostod it,
Acitizen of Newcastle, Pa., has six^trained toadi. The reptiles have is-en^^ aught to march or hop ill squads and to^catch roaches. Olio bus been trained to^climb a ladder, while another turns the^crank of a small churn.
Whileexcavating for a Imuae at^ville, Pa^ Hilliarp Skeau found a^seven foci below llie siirfact of the^Tho coin bears the 17K7. On one^written ^American |^emiy^ and^other ^One cent.
Thereare many people now living who^will have only one birthday to celebrate^for nearly twenty years to conn*. Tint^strange circumstance is due to the fact^that they were born on Feb. -^.^. and to the^further fact that tho year l'.MJ will not be^a leap year.
TheUnion Pacific trains near Onion's^station 41 miles east of The Dalles. Ore^^gon, was delayed i he other duy by crickets,^millions of which wen* on the fun-warmed^rails. The wheels of the locomotive pass^^ing over them slipped as if the 1.ills had^been greased.
AnEnglish firm has invented an in^^genious device for turning on the currents^for electric lamps at a certain hour. An^ordinary dock is so adjusted that at the^desired moment a spring is released, per^^mitting a pa 11 of piv otcd contacts lo fall^into mercury cups, thus completing tho^circuit.
TheTurkish cavalry still has Winches^^ter carbines and will retain them for n^short time. The infantry has nOO.OUO^Henry-Martini rifles ami JiJO.nOU Manser^rifles of ^^^^ millimeters caliber. An order^w as placed iu Ausi ria a short time ago,^moreover, for 2M0,0Xi) Mannlicher rilles ef^7.6 millimeters caliber. si
Aportrait of Longfellow , on exhibition^at the minimal capital just now, lacks the^w hile beard so familiar to almost eveey-^one w ho h is ever seen a picture of that^poet, and a chorus of protest and lamenta^^tion goes up from beholders. It wtas^painted, the initiated say, thirty years ago^for Tieknor A Curtis. .,
Acitizen of Portland, I ml., claims th be^the owner of a largo tomcat who long ago^developed great love fur the eompunioii-^ship of the poultry tribe. ^It eats every^^thing they do, even to shelled corn, mid^when night comes |s'rchos itself oil the^roost alongside ol a nsister us eoutonU'tl^as if it weii* with those of its own kind.
Photographingunder water has actually^been carried out. so il is said. F.xperi-^meiits were made in lss.i in the Mediter^^ranean lo ascertain how fur daylight pen^^etrated under water. In v ery clear water,^near Corsica, and eighteen mih s from^land, the limit of daylight was found by^means of photographic plates to be l.f.-o^feel.
Ilhas been shown that the white elm of^our bottom lands and groves yields, one^year with another, at a wry moderate es^^timate. Mo, lv.1^.(K^0 seeds. Sow . an ehn^ordiutrily lives at least a full 1^^^ yeaira.^and, consequently. 111 the Course of ifk.t^comparatively short life producs nearly^:^.UX).000 grains, ull coming from otic orig^^inal seed.
AGerman gymnast named finch has re^^ported to the German consul at liudapeslli^thai his tMBxas had been attacked a yd^robbed by Albanian brigands near the^Gulf of Arta. in Southern Albania. Frail-^leili Adele, a Hungarian, aged I'l, a per^^former on the irapcz ^ and said to bo very^good looking, was carried off by the band^and has not since been heard of.
laron KTv n. w ho was know n as Sir^Williuill i hoinson before be was elevale.l^to the peerage lat t w inter, has rt-cciveii a^curious recognition of his services to sj|S^^trical science. Thu English Isi.nd of Uiule^has adopted ^Kelvin^ as the name iu U^applied to its unit of electrical energy,aud^It is thought tb t the term, being short^and clear, will Is widely accepted by elec^^trical engineers.
Ofall menagerie stock i he monkey tribe^is the most precarious. The comparative^comfort of a fSKJs IMS does not cnmnoit-^ssto for the activity of their natural bfe,^and, considering that they feed 011 frssih^fruits in their primeval forests, it is not^amazing that alter u tune an 1111111:11 !^ ^1^dietary of hazel nuts and stale buns is apt^to disagree with Iho quadrumanal digrsr^Uon.
Xollo*.
Sealedbids for the privileges of lemon^^ade stand, soda water, ice cream, lunch,^candy and fruit at Anaconda park. July^4. Parties can bid on the privileges si ugly^or all together Bids must be turned iu^to Charles Collins, secretary of committee^of arrangements, bv June 30. Committee^reserves right lo reject any or ull bids.
TheCnion Pacific railway offers special^inducements 10 passengers destined to^points beyond Ibe Missouri river, ^special^care is also used in Isjuking emigrants to^and from all points in Europe. Consult^their agent at general railway and steam-^ship office, corner Main ami Broadway.^Butts, before purchasing tickets else-^w hero.
B.H.nbfi Id will SSSJS1 the liarber shop^So. s. Main street. 1 Murray's old stand'
Monday.Juno LU.
Forflrst-clae* tnoalsat reasonable prices^1:0 to the Hoard of Trade restaurant. JW*^First street.
IllCharleston the other day a woman^testified in court that she was the mother
ofJU children.
TOPROTECT LIFE.
LssUlaUaaBe^^rnleg -airly Appliances^en Hallway Trains.
WAsHlNOTOlt.June 18. - The house eom-^milloo on interstate und foreign com^^merce authorised a fuvorablc report on^the hill to promote the safety of railway^employes and passengers. The law re^^quires Iho locomotive to lie equipped w ilh^power sufficient to control tho train.^Every new locomotive after July. IML^must be s^ equippisl. After July, 1H96, ull^locomotive*, and nil new curs or old cars^scut 10 the shop must lie equipped with^automatic couplers; and after July. 1^all cars must be provided w ilh continuous^brakes operated by the locomotive.
Astandard automatic coupler, the law^provides, is lo lie established by a vote of^*.'^ percent, of Ibe common carriers in the^country, to lie llkd with the interstate^commerce commission in July, IMlik If^no coupler receive* this percentage, the^commission shall designate a standard^coupler within six months.
Oxfordcounty. Maine, turns out nearly^all of the spools on which the thr^ad of^this country is wound. The spools are^made from w hite birch timber, and they^are produced by the million.
Strictlyfashionable china must now be^all w lute.
THEHALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD ME.'
Hardto^Overcome.
Itit a c'iTcult matter^to overcome prejudice.^VVc speak fiom experi^^ence; for this is the only-^reason anyone can |h*4^fcr not using Snow Flake^Baking Powder; the U.^S. Government uses it^in p eferencc to all^other'. We guarantee^every can.
aH GROFF, Manufacturer,
St,Paul, Minn.
THEMONTANA,
A.-.aco*ba,Mors.
OnensnJuly I, ISM.^JUopsssd Oct. 1, IBM.
Oneof the handsomest nut most cleg-satl)^^ppoiDtnl ltutclt ID the United Mates Tliot^onglil)-fireproof, snd proylilod with ciri..tn^eirrtrn' bells, fire slnrsis. ninnlnj wster, bstlis^Steam heat, upon fire places BBS all morieri^sonTenionret. Itnoms en suite anil ilngls^^uWloe and service strictly firM-class. Katei^from |3 SO PbR DAY UHWAHDS as^roriiuix to size sod character of rouint occu^C. W. LUOMI3. Prop.
IMI'OKTANT KBwBa1 |
TheClolhlas House of M. ft. Asclilielni^Will (lose Oul Their l.ntire liuslnesa^Within Slilv Days
Ihave determined to close my entire^stock of clothing and cents' furnishing^poods ui less ban ('.astern cost w ittiiu ^^'^days. Kvcryihuitf must lie sold by August^IS, ]^'^j. Ha.c positively made up my^mill 1 to discontinue business 011 th.it date^and furthermore that my siook must ls^^dosed 011: in this city within th it time.^My stock is nil new . well selected and 110^fake sale. 1 also otfer ni^ buildings and^fixtures for sale cheap and on very reas^^onable terms. Will vacate premises
August15. MM Rsapset fully.
M.S. Am HIiriM.
Ilemovalsale.
Wohavo but lOdays more to do business^ni our present location and during that^time 111 will olfer better bargains than^ever. We mention u few items of^interest.
BestAmerican dress prints, ti cents |s^r^yard.
Kicent dress ginghams now 'i cents per^yard.
Goodouting Uaiuiel now ^'., cents per^yard.
Yard-wide unbleached muslin now^cents |^er yard.
Blacklace mitts now -IS cents 11 pair.
Uid.es'silk gloves, assorted shades. ^^^cents a pan.
Itilants'fancy hose. cents a pair.
Allremnants at ^/. our usual low prices.
One-thirdoff on men's f iiruisliing gissls.
Buyyour 4th of July dresses now . All^white g^sxls and embroidery flouncing* go^this week at cost.
C.O. U. Store.
for.Third and ( berry sis.
ANACONDA ^ BROKER
^ * OFFIC^. ^^1 Honey Lunnei! on
Diamonds,Jewelry, Etc.
AMzf KBSLOl'OH a CO.
bra,BuitM,
alifrswiif Sails
ReMOVe D
1Without rain^at blood llrswn.
Prof.L Jeffreys
CHIROPODIST,MANICURE md DERMATOLOGIST^^. SO Main Mi cel. Butte, Moot.
NOTICE,
NJI'STIfK I'orKT ^ Male of Molitsai
i.-Hint) BfUssrliSMi rSs. aaMSMsTewa
HP, iH-tun- J. A. It. 1 '..w-ll .lud.CS Ut lilt
JOHNROBINSON'S
inbig SHOWsin
IU ^ COMBINED. ^ 1VJ
TwoMcnatjerics, Tlircc Museums, Romin Hippodrumc, Four-Ring^Circu*. Aiiu.irium and School of Tr lined Animals.
ANACONDA, !^ i]V 7th^THURSDAY, OUly I UK
ChineseFancy Goods!
Oir New rood* I sfss'l arrived.^Csl suit e inul'i^ ibem
GEALUNG 4 CO.,1 , 11. j. -s, [ i ^ ( j lleass.
l.o.l.
Asorrel horse, branded w ilh u heart ^^n^left side, two hind feet whit,' to the knees.^Finder please return to Warm Spritsjs^livery stuble slid receive |M reward.
ForSale-A |ss^l lobl^ and bar IWIiires^complete. A|ipl^ to t on U'l'ounur, Ml^1 miii street.
Ifyou want a cheap I sale, buggy go to^King 4 Kennedy.
Fivetub baths for one dollar ai plutigu^house.
mm
NowImmea.urxl, y Angmeii'el by the I'tiliinnHil ig mat i
Ya.iiii.ceui'e.
puce of 4;lo rloiis ^|ie, ts,'Ular
SOLOMON. HIS TEMPLE.
ANDTHE QUEEN OF SHEBA.
lievioed, pa iit-'il snd cnsirtii'ted l,v J dm U '11 '. IN (., ere iN^r of Pc worij 'aneM o as^^ nf^^TBS Kali ol llaliyl hi.^ * lu^ as I u let N. r.i M Mtetssaa^ BBS ^ I It ^ It. a it In ROSS. Mln-^ntelv BS*JSSS^'e In I iull ^ai rei^i i ,1 ictlan. falti f il in c n ^|e,i,e* ,ti,MM Barred laS mISBsSS bM^a -p ^ n ui nis und sa In it i g ii ^i .iid sarrrsmilsr s es s. tic ^ l y ^r Hsv.,1. Uwresca'tea ^f^me !^SJKaBSB, Hie Halls BBS laWSfl of Jen s d^in. ft ^ S au I ,,, in if Kin,- s ilbssss't le.iiii'e.^Sacred Ark ,,(t e r.iretiant, Holoni'Ml'S 1^^ \. i^c. Ike .1 il^ ,.^^ i^ ,f ^^,l en u. t r.nlo tlir '^usen^of ^l,el,s. I'rtH'c t mi of War ^ h iiin t, K.111s niiu und K i-'.iai.t iu nal e lo.o d l'ri,i*e^*ional^I'sr: d-t A inarscl and euvl-inie il.siin t uu b.Hws.HBtaii I 'tmnesssBliy Usst s iSlts ni smi-^iientiy lie r iL. Iihtul ai and iniud eievailui IBsstaf s iu I ill * tra u is suestaSUlsf SlliSSltieSi^t ut hsvu finlu iniie to lime itiutel puunc aitn:itli^u, is tlieenilre ales.ire iu tiiU of BBBSt a .^Ilbliiliiiius oil la-clil ins pie e itutlois.
AnotherluvltliiK Add.t.on l^ ti e er ^r a ceplatile. world popula- and alws ^i welcuin ^ Il dldav
psntuinntie.III ,11'IV i#rtCI*TV, .IU rVrsaa'-s, Vl,^l^.ri,^ a^^l il,-lii^^*. rro.iti-- in
ult ird calash optics. Iirlniinin^ w.'h comical Hittiaiiouft. effervi'-c n; In .p ir*uiu hu n ^r. ard pre*^BBlBSIsBtrf IBS srrssl ij4u^ih-lroioacr of tl e Mlnile .Voild. I .OOO |s*oplr, linrses. p u ..in I^led i ii ill ih p irtn l|..ltllli;.
I'lrciis K iii--. * Itig Crouncd 11 M in d'in-^o n operil o i * Mo ^t r Trslas.^eo sp^i.^u\r. *3.ootj Hal.) i x . ai^ ^o i.uon , .v- ^i,d.
I OO.ilOO ill V'vuy Ad el I ealu e..^I li.ng for l.ady Ai t. ^ ilv | Kin,- a Psrslss Aetseslr. I Bin*Bur Msf^ \^t ^n'y.^I Him: for I'hlldreu Ar.^ noli UupsliSB Bsureseu'a'.io'i sf IBs E stia' M p;oli ra^^nt 60 Mlnlatur,' Mietl md I'nines itriven l,v t'hnd e i. J .ckcvs ^j i Barsjissft.
2snd * Ihirs,-1 hariot k .re.. Htiiii llui' haces. | |:., Jucsejr Ka srl \N * Itiarrowr BaSBf,
Wee;,leC.I ^' Itn e sHC , |ia-es. red -t i in K ic s,, I la'dni lire i^ d Ki ^ W ^Stllng ^^^^ I Bo\^In ^ I o its, -ii0,y Hue K.lep iam and ^ sinel Itme.. ^ ^-t en and Hurl.do K no -. M lie a ^1 D ussy^Uares. Man Au.ni.x lUee liois^. ^ I, t n le l!ac ^-, ip.nn i^ K h-es,Calchlnu ^i.e^,^a 11{. lUrow^lig Heavy Welch's.Illltli. MOSslr.it H. .Ac.i.KIKs,
AtI 'o'clock I.hp'l I'd B US'lie
$300,000 FREE PARADE.
TwoPerformances Daily.Doors Open at I and 7.
Lowtxcurs on Rates on All Hailroads.
WillAlso Exhibit at
ButteCity, July 4th. Deer Lodge, July 8th.
pLEARYHOUSE,
VzslWIA.UTe, MC
Thsonly l'lrft Class Hotel to orautta
elegantlyFurnished ttooms.
OurTsMes are repnirntxed ^ His Kan lard of^KxOSUSUC*. Nous Put wrhlts hsip Klllpio^od.^Moderate IUto^.
J.t C1XAHV. IToprle.. r.
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
TIMt CARD.
so.j. 1 ast mail.
Inncart.
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lo-nvi-siRutts
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ArrivesImirer
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Ailives .New York
Carriesfir.tndtMday eesch. l ullmsn paloca^tlsMi**r. and I'uitrusn colonist p t
Dtncei urnpr Mslu snd llioadsay.
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A.W. lliiiiielle i Co., iilaliitltls. vt PsMSk^Kurd, detpn lout. All n^ b iniiii ^ns Thi' ^ a.s^of Mollis ia, lo the sbovs-iianiPd dvieudau:.^Orsetiag
Youu lierthy mmmona I lo U and ap|^rsr
Isf'otssjs, .1. A. ItocKw-idl. a Justice St the
l'ea-i*In .ni t for llie i ^unl^ of i, l.^^U -. sl
tn office, lu Aua un^U. s t on t -n (la di)^^after tan sen Ice ^ tins i-jmumus by uuimc.i-^tl ui. then and I here In masi-Ktitsor 11 llie com-^p..i.ni of A W l;i,rn-;t L i ^^.. Hi - alio*^name I p am Its. u a civ I s'llou lo SBSSesff tlM^ai m of ^evtsSty-eBs aud isvul) ulus ssp*bbb^^dtedtlis dollars, lor lueiehatidlAe so ,1 rud de-^liwieut ' ths aMssasSa by plslutifft. by d*-^tendant's sppei.it inttaucs an I reo.u 'si in I lie^in..ni'1. or rsenian. Marsti s,d April. IskL^ami Indpfa dt th.-r*.! juduuien'. ^IH i^- r -n i ,^l^against M'iu I'atiink Kurd, tie sbive-iiane-d^defendant, for tin, sum of seient. on- and^Iwe it^ uui1 irie liniidicth. dollar, and costs of^^ull h, plaintiff*' bsliaif exi*^iiil*,|.^it.yen uui*t in^ hand tm, MB dav of J IBS,
IWi.J. A. Ko.'kwki.u
Jutiieaof the |Vo-e
NOTICF^IF ^TOCKHOtJ^nM' MKKI INC-^Bsties is hereby iiPpii In the stock! o dcr^^of the Copier City i 'oiiiii.er' ial, ompsir.. hat a^luerti iii of tin, stocklm! ipi s of said ^ on,pany^will (s lirld at toe head oBlcssf |,ie,ai.i cm-^panv al No zW Mas3 street IsUlsM.fst ABBS^rond.i. :n ll,e stale of .\|..u.aii i. on t\ e liie- la) .^WtJM dav of dune. IS*', sl liiVv k p. IB.;^| that It.e (dijert of the meplinii l^ lo .iicip is ^ ibe^anie nt of the rapiial^!^*^^ ^i Hi ^compani. aud^thit ih,' SBBBMM to wit bl l^ | rnposetf to ui.^, ressp tlie ciiidtal kfnu rlun iieil taossSBS^1-cl'ain. to-wtt to u i. , n tiie sanie to tin- e\-^t' u o- i ns Thouaand sthare. nf ' nn Hundred^Dollar, paca.U. J M-vsKsst.
I.^ mil aha^,^Jos. I'srrns.
11 a ..
Freeto the Aicted
Allwho at* luffertni from lbs effects of Youth^^ful Krnirv. Lssj ^f Mauliood, Fallioc rossrs,^Usuurrlioea. U.eet. Mtrtctur*. -^)|dnua aud to*^in.ni^ lieu.iles nllk'll are lb* ^r*clt of the**^Irir.bl* iii-oii.-'s will rsreivo, lacs OS^Ciiamuk,/.in sUrastaMSf ftou, ,., tr, ai a^^i ear*^Viuii.c i-ca at humi by w r.l.n; le iu*
CilifarniiMdli.al ami iwud IilLrflvj,
utu%Maiket Btieet. Saa a-r^Csilforuia
T.D. Fitzocrald,
NOTARYPUBLIC.
RealEstate.
Insurance.
Collectioni
orric*..
J.C.KEPPLER
TheLeading Watchmaker
ASDff\A.M'FACTL'KISC jEWaa,^Mala street, Auaconaa.
Onlrplace for tb*
SMELTERSOUVENIR SPOONS
TABLETO CHICAGO.
HICAC.O,ST. r-ACi. MIKSB^ls0l*si^a, OMAHA RAILWAY.
THENOHTHWKSTEBN LIMB.
This^ the only line maklnjt connectloB ^^tiarsi Nohthkrji Kaii way st St. I sol^day Ul th* year lor Chicago, snd tbs LasL
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Irave Helena
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lave Untie ii ^fjp. a.
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Th*Snrthwe.tern Line Is the shortest ho* is
bo!ii^i s' ,lie ^ ..nd uii' tot h.c.mo rk-ciu* v.iui^Mkata over this ha*. M u^*v folder sddran
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V.Q- BUUWNKLL, l'roprlstee.
Bugles,Ssdiiles ui Horstii lor Him
AJsoproprietor sf rtAseniree. rlaiucacs I^Bffsst Line i. un*. 'lou noao*^with su uauu.
sadbum*. tu^. susst,
J^UCAFE ROYAL.
Ibiswid be ran in 1 it at Class
Kylea. a
-SHORT On'DlCR HOUSE.
Veals-erred al . uv 11 ac.
MRS.J. V. SUHPRESANT, Prop.
elAM'Al:;, BL lLl^LNIs^ , I O ^ Man, at.. - Anaconda

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