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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE M, GETTINGTO WORK |rrnfiHi'*rf /rom Fn.*. /xigt*. | Amirvcominitior man appointed, hr*^lo^1^by Patterson of ^ oUu-.ulo. for tlie pur|K^*e^of MMtllii tlie silver \ leti s ^^f Western^flrli *rat^ s to the MMnMiee on rvKolutimiM.^It was further ^leei^ltil in ran** thocommit^^tee refii*e^J to reeorttmeml free eoiiiaffe,^that a hi-nietiillie plank appeal lw taki*n^to the ronvrnlion. There i* niueli talk^anions the ^leli^t;aP-* pioM-nt of throwing^the KUppi^rt of th^' kiher Mate* to the^lieoplr'* party in MMN the ^1em^^eralie eon-^vent ion telioiild not uivo hi-ed to h !\rr in-^terewtit; ami it in prohulile the reprewinn-^five** of the silver Mute*, u ill wait on it*^convention of that party ni ^ miaha on^July 4, ^iih that purpose in view. t'oinmilt*-***Hi Work.^The committee M renoliitioii'* met after^the adjournment of the convention, and^rhoac Kx-Neoretary Thos. F. Ilav.i nl, of^Delaware, ehairmaii: To!. Char*. II. .loin*,^of Missouri, w-eret.irj^ Afn raii infoiiital^^Iim'ii-moii. tin- committe^' ailjou rned^until e\eiiiii(*. Anions tli^^ iesohni^^ns Ih--^(ore the eommitteo for consideration are a^number on tariff ami silver, th - former tle-^eidi*di,v radical, doclariutf siil^stanl|aMy Nf^tarifT lor rcvc^nuo only. A half dote 11 res^^olutions on linance. those from the silver^^tales and some from the south. o^ claiilm^einpliaiic all.\ ti^r ln*e -d\er, while lliose^from the east usually dispose of the mat^^ter hy ;^demand for ^honest money.** Tin*^follow 11ik iesolul;oii vvas introduced l^v^CanrSNSMHUI ^teooft, of New York, wHk^the endorsement of llacon's eonuuittee on^bank* and bank i lie in '-he national house^of rcpic*ciitali\csl ReaoltMli that we^recognize that the National hankinc^tern umler the exist inn laws, partly tiy^leasdii of the dinniii'-lti-d amount MM IS*^ereas^il Ismds of the I'liiled State- It it^iMfoiiK' inadetmate to. the m-eds of tin'^)NMple. we pledge the tleui* i rai ie pat ty to^such ameiulini u' and alti-ratioti of the^laws relating to kinking a-* will a(Tt^nl all^lor.ilitH . an oppiti i umiy to siippl^ lhem-^selves with ail^ tjualc halikili^ laeiiitios^and sale, elastic. pto|M'il^ ilmtedeur-^reney. Thecommittee on p^ rmauetit oryaiii/a-^tion niel thts atleri|^Miu and neleeted \V. I.^Wilson o| \Ve*( \ ir^itii.^ for permaii* t^chairman and I. I\ Shcerin ot Indiana for^permanent secretary. 'tin- Kl arai;ti.^ ('unit TheNicaragua eaual eomuiittee, eon-^iistlnffofL. Archer of i aliloruia. ctiair-^mail. tie.ii^e I,. Collvei'Hi' ol ^ Mno, S. II.^Hawkins of ticmvia. K. V PlMglM of Illi^^nois, and Henry D. 1'icrce of Indiana, ii|*-^peared helorv th-' committee on resolu^^tions lhis cvenilitT and aniiteri for tin*^edoptiou of the lollowinu plank: ^\Yu^reeoffnixe the MonrtH- dot-trim- as emhrac-^Inc the ear*IiuaI principle of the demo^^cratic party and insist upon^itri enforcement w hencver circumstance*^in iy r^ mi^re, and to that ^ d for Uotli^detonne and nmimerei* alike w o demand^that the Nicaiaiftia eana! In built with^American mone\ and he ;.tisolntely con^^trolled I ^^ the I'liited Males. The com-^pletion of the work will lx^ luieofih'*^greatest aeliievements ol the a if**. Mir*^pawning in importance the Suet canal.^\Ye favor such eaivcrtinieiital mil, stir-^rouiided l^^ i'M'fy proper tate^uanj, as^will Neciire the nliove olijeel and the Spee|^ eolltplcliofl of the Work.** Judc |^fiwrcnee Arthur of California,^chairman of legislative eoiumilti e of tic^r^'eenl Nicaragua canal eoiivi utii.ii made^a f^*n idle aiv'nneni Ih fore the eomuuitt ^^on reaolutioiis. He said: ^We appear^before you, itclltleliien o| the com^^mit tee. oil helialI of tie' N icalairua^eaual. Wo are a c^ mmittei* appoiuti J^by a comeutioii lieltl in St. l,oni^.^'J he eoiiv ent ion had re]fii'M*utali \ ^ s^ft Kill lie ol^ all the states o! the Utliotl.^It was the delilMTate opinion ^d the i'ou-^ventiou that the piMjcct of huildiliMf the^Nii araitnali canal in leasil.le. ,t| a cost of^les^ than a huutlit e} million do)lam. Tins^opinion is based upon itui'vcyn and e\peri- ineutKmade h^ ei^ni| ete||t eu^iueels el^the 1'liited States. The ^ lieme in 1*1*- Hinled ftN a measure iff defenw m cant* of^war, the eaual hein^ all a\^ nuo l^^ ^l^-ep^water to the I'acille t oa -t, and In'in^ so^near to the mill and the Atlantic MMfl it^IB nvatileel equall^ a-- tie^iralde as a mat^^ter i^f comiiieicc. It is pt^^|er that the^Vtiilcd Mates sli^^nli| yi\c the pieject !t-.^aid and lui\e goVVItiniMltAl COBtftpl^of it. tlther eapilalw il! Ii^ u-.ed, if not^that of ihe ^M^ iliuient, an 1 i ^^ut ml^theicof m.i^ fall into the hands of some^other powtr.A thinewlut h the l niusl^.Mates could u^i| atal would m t miitiiiiiIi.^A coimniltf*'simd.ii ;^^ this ap|h arc I In*^fori* the national rvpubttrtui i i^m\i utioii ,.t^Muni' ajs^lh.. That i oiueulioti iusei a .la^resiiluttoii i'ti ihe ' iihj. rt in tlie platform^and we want to ask lor toKM thinu more^and U'tter ihae that, and have llicrelorc^ventinttl to ihaw up and pM-^^^nt to jo.ir^cousah ration ihe PMoHltioM which I ha\c^jusi nubmiiiiil. Ilinking tiHk l^l (I'e IV.^|^'r. AnmnlHTii! mnlntlaM on ihe tanfl^and sihrr rymrii^ti*. were intrtslucttl.^Kepivsentative lliicotl ^^f \( w Y.-rk haiuh d^in one which v\.is enilors. ^| hy the demo^^cratic uumliciK of the committee on^IsiuKs and hanking o! tlie h mis** of^repn*m utati\e^. || de 1. red the national^UiiikitiK h^ stein uiuh r the ^ aim inn law 1 ,^and partly hy ri'ason of the iltiulliisbiMl^amount and Increased price of national litnN, In d,io' Ih f-ome Uiadei|iiate It* the^needs of the people, and pledges th*'^deuiiwratie part^ to such alternation ^if^law | rcliititie to I ^aukitu: as w ill alford all^!^^ a I cities an OMMCttMNtl to supply th^ in-^m-I\c^ with .4d^spiale UiukuiiT fae.lit :^ v^and safe, clastic and propcrl) ilisiriliat^ d^turieuey. rrdsntlala C omitittt^*e.^The eredcutialn c.iinmitlco met this^aftetuo..n. s. !^ eied .luo. K. l/itiil^, Imh.^for eh airman, and u ^t to work. Arisonu^and New Me\ic iiiomiI that e;;eh of ther*e^territories le ifiven t^i\ instead of two^voten in the co*nent:er!. ihe same ns the republicansRave at Minneanolin. There^wan a vigorous opposition, led by Bragg,^of Wincounm, but the p'e.i waa finally^carried. Aml-nip ^**w Vftrkcii. TheNew- York anti-snap delegation hav^^ing decided that they would present their^cane to the cominitU'e and not let it go by^default, m-lcetcd General Hragg to act for^thrui. He tiled tlie Syracuna credentials,^thereby giving tint notice officially. Bel^^mont, icprcscniing the Hill men, ho|ietl^that the committee would give a hearing^to the ilelegalion which Bragg seemed to^represent, as there teemed anine doubt an^to whether a content wan to be made. He^undemtood the^ lnt^-nde^l to present their^ease and not ark i-eatn on tlie floor. '1 ho^response fnun lhagg was not very clear^ami would seem to indicate proforma a^statement of the matter should go to the^committee, which then t^iok recess until^tld i e\going. M^ anw Idle the anti-s:ia|^-^pcis held another conference. ThinevcuiniIhera was a hot time Ik^-^foro the credential* committee and bitter^words were exchanged he I ore Mr. ( oudert^could get hearing for the purixme of with^^draw in^' pro forma the contest, and the^anti-snap stip|Mii ters heard themselvcH^e.dled Loiters, umgw umpH aud other hanl^mimes, ; ii I h;id their democracy iin-^puglied ami their method of presenting^the contest called smuggling. The feel^^ing se\er d times ran high, but Chairman^l.an.b managed to keep the committee in^order. Having iiintililtcd informal pro^^ceedings and thereby carrying out the ill-^nations of the Syracuno resolution*, the^alili-Mtap delegates w ithdrew their con^^tent and terminated the incident in a res-^ohnioti which was submittal to the eom-^mittc-e. Theresolution sdr. forth that it in the^first wish of the delegation and those it^represent^, to promote the supremacy of^democratic principles and assure tho^election of lie* part^*n ciudidate, and^having received from the representatives^of more than'Vi stales and territories, a^coiieurii ni expression of opinion (hat the^iuteie-.is of d^iiHMaracy would be promoted^by avoiding MMltoM of controversy eon-^Mltltal the New York representation, Hn^delegation has decided to press no further^their claims for mcmls'i-ship. It was an^^nounced HmM the resolution wan adopted^at the re*piest of the signer* of a letter^representing H states who ap|^eale^l for^ha'iiioii \. and it is utidersttMsl this letter^wan sent to the Syracuse delegation at^their rec|iieat, and I hey deniris:! not to^push the contest under tho cii-cuiustatieen. When( ouldert made hin ap|M-arance^and ashed to withdraw the contest,^Hourke ( ockrau raisi-.I the ipiestiou an to^the iMpMfl In-ing in order. ^We did not^reengtii/.e the right of any member of the^S^ racuse commit lee to make coin est. The^contest must be made in the convention.^^lie asked that the motion be ruled out of^order. Finiteof California wanted harmony and^a hearing for ( oudert. f*^^ckraii'n point^of order got knocked out on a technical^l^omt attd the motion to lay it on the table^w as lost by a rising vote. St.( lair of W^ it Yirgmia stirnnl up a^IIvet) racket In Inn denunciation of the^Syracuse delegation, talking of mug-^w mops. Is Iters, etc. (ieneral Hra^g re^^tried w arml\. ami as stated alsive, the^tljlit hi nt on hotly for home little time.^Drag*:. Ht^ ( iair, O'Hricn of Minn.. Don-^tiely of ( olora do and others taking part.^t\ ii i kluu tot* Mlirr. ToW. A. Clark of Montana, the uncom^^promising ad\isate of (lee liinietallie^coinage, and ex-Senator Patterson of ( ol-^orado. is due the credit of securing I ho^a lep;*iiii by the conference or silver Mates^at the conference thin afternoon of a^strong sil\cr platform, the adoption of^which these two gentlemen are urging.^Mr. ( laik declares that his course m thin^connection will Is' often and uticomprom*^IsiugMhat the interest not only of silver^ntatc* but also of the agriculttiraj ones^must nee* ssarity suffer until ihe contract^^ing of the ciieulatiiig medium of the coun^^try in relieved by free and unlimited coin^^age. Ontill* C nlimgf* Ijnrstloii. PollPa kinson entrust) d to the Michi^^gan iepics^ ntatixc the plank w hich wan^lindMVftOOd lo lepii sent the most liln-ral^uh as that wonlil be subserilM il lo by the^sii|^|Hirt'r-i of Mi. Cleveland. It favorisl^a hi-uietallic stimLtrd and on|t^^s^il any lifciinui.atieu in fa\^^r of either inetal or^placing an\ buiden u|s^n either. It omitted^the mention of the free coinage of sil^^ver. The caucus iih n had three sc|iaratc^planks. \ai^ ing in their radical nature, of^w Inch thc^ proposed to get into the pl.it-^lottn the strongest that the committee^would stand. Chairman Jones' silver^plank was--a.il to be an ingeniously con-^tn\cd compromise, declaring in lavor of^an hom ttt dollar, and conceded to silver^all tin sentiment thai the leptihlican^Minn* n| oHl platfotm did. '1 he plank^w;.^ c\prcs*ivcl^ summed up by Patiiel of^Yitguna as ^shining in s^\eral dini*-^tions. \\'mtirii - ti fTragp.^Tlie women siifTragln'n wa re repivnentiil b I usati P. Anthony. He v. (Hympia^Ihowu and other**, atid were given a hear^ing. and the addresses and memoriali^which were jgnori d b^ the platform com-^toittcc of the republican convention were^pn^cnted. Mi'-srt*.Pow ning of New York and Chris^^tian of l*euus^ 1\aiiia, two prominent col^^ored ineii, pleaded for a plank disapprov^^ing mob law. Minsissippi river iiiiptoveineuts had^strong supporters, who urged the adoption^ol a plank which m, in a great measure, a^reallirmat ion of the plank in the deuio- i at ie platform of Lft^i, Auti-^^on\ u-t^lalsir and ant 1-1111(101 ted latmr plunks^weiv also placed Im-Uiiv the committee. AnIittt-n *t oitf httimtiiot.^An interesting situation is developing in^ihe Tammany delegation to-ui^ht, differ^^ences id opinion ha\ mg aris* 11 among 1 he^leaders ns lo the proper course to pursue^1:1 view of the overv helming Cleveland^sentiment. ( roker is 1. p. m.-i to favor an^understanding with the ( lev eland^leaders and in endeavoring to^make the way smooth. Murphv v _3akin_^-^Powdes: Caedin Millions of Homes^40 Years the Standard) andSlim-han prevail ^^^ Hill to^hnrmoniie difference.. Many loadiac Hill^men oniiiide of New York an- wiring Sen^^ator Hill to tlie same effit t to-niuht. The^indieHtion to-night im Hint Ibe Cleveland^leaden will endeavor to Liave Harrity of^I'l iniKj Ivanio selected nn chairman of tho^national committee durinir the approach-^ins campaign. The committee on rules for-^nmlatod a sot in which there are no radi^^cal changes iroin the prerious convention^inctlioila. HopePor Itoles. TheIowa poi^plc are more confident to^^night. They have the assurance of lino sup^^port from many o,iiartrrs ami in their eon-^fcreiire they have agreed with Tammany^ami there will ho prohnhly no choir* on^first Iwillot. m^lcgatc-nt-large Martin^says tho inilicalions to^niglit are much^lirightcr, luit denicH that any ^Hj|ifercncc^ha- lieen held with Tammany leaders.^'^New York,^ he said, ^will g^^ forHill and^liuieb will receive their support later.^^Ailjunrnrd at Mlilnicht. Itwas near midnight In-fore the plat^^form committee adjourned. Drafts auu-^MtttadhpC II. Jones of St. I.011U twice^Iinl Ixen taken up ami considered with^amendments and suhstitiitrs inmiinor-^able. Finally the committee resigned tlie^mailer to the Mili-oomniitU'o of nun* eon-^Ki*i:tngt*f Jones of Missouri, Vilas of \Vis-^eoiiKiu. Daniel *of Virginia, Thompson of^California, HiishcII of Massaehusotts,^I'aili iHou of ( olorado, llnyanl of Dela-^^aii'. Mel'lierson of New Jersey, Newell of^Maine. The suli-committee was instructed^to p-nort the result to the full comniittio^at |i^ o'clock to-morrow. The protracted^sitting began with the la-aring of tin-^world's fair and Nicaragua canal advo^^cates, ami was under the chairmanship of^lion. ('. II. Jones of St. Louis. He suc^^ceeded cx-Sccn-tpry of State Hayard as^^faaMlM olllcerat the siiggi stiou of Mr.^Hnjard himself. It was said Mr. Cleve^^land's ex-post master general, Dickinson,^of Michigan, had personally recommended^that Mr. Jones In- thus honored, and this^with the fact that the Missourian was^known to have given the subject of a plat-^form careful study, made tho propriety of^his selection apparent. The Interest was^centered chielly in w hat ^ as to lie done on^silver. Th I'lal term. Immediatelyafter the hearing Chair^^man Jones presented the platform pre^^pared in detail for consideration ^ f the^committee. It seemed to meet the appro-^val of the committee. The preamble ur-^raigns tho republican party for a cen^^tralization of tlie governing power in lliu^hands of a favorite few, and denouncing^the force bill as a means by which it is^sought to maintain the republican party^111 power hy the suppression of the^free and honest will of i lie |pie as ex^^pressed at the 1 la I lot Imix. ^Wc lavor a^reform of the tariff,^ says the platform,^^nml a reduction of the import duties to a^revenue basis with protection to only such^industries as nipim- it for the protection^ol American workingincii. Onthe IhmW ipiestiou the platform^sa^^: ^We denounce the Sherman law of^IMO and demand its unconditional repeal.^We favor Mm free coinage of both gold^and sivor on stieh a basis as will main^^tain the gietals on a parity w ith each^other. We denounce all trusts ami com^^binations w hich have grown ami have been^fostered under the pernicious and ola-s^legislation of the republic-all party mid^demand its regulation or suppression by^h gislation. Wecongratulate the democratic pnrty^for its in.si, i n ami more ctlieieut navy^w Inch has been built under the last demo^^cratic administration, and we favor all^appropriations necessary for a reasonable^increase and the proper maintenance of^th^ navy and for the protection of our sea^^board. Wi- denounce the policy of tin- re^^publican party, which,by oppressive legis^^lation, has resulted in a gradual ini|siv^ r-^ishini tit of the former, and has assigned^the republican party as an enemy to the^agricultural classes as well an organized^labor. We nafliriii the old-turn- demo^^cratic diM-trine of reciprocal trade rela^^tions with foreign |Hivvers, and denoiiuco^the reciprocity pretention!, of the republi^^can party as a subterfuge designed to mis^^lead and deceive.*' TI.eplatform declares the present ad^^ministration in foreign relations tohenn^oppressor of the weak ami a truckler to thep. i\\ erf III. Onthe school question the platform^says: ^We commend the common scIiimjI^I ipiestiou. which hail its birth under demo^^cratic administration and sIimmI the test^ol many ^cars as it practical o|x-ration,^and decide in favor of the freedom of edu^^cation and for the right of the parent to^contml the teaching of the child, which is^m-i-essao to th*- maintenance of civil and^religious liberty.'' Thereseems little doubt but that reso^^lutions will he im-oi |Mirated in the plat^^form, citln-r literally or ill substance, the^natural interpretation of which is a ^pia-i-^deniiiK iatiou of past republican legisla^^tion 111 the states of Illinois ami Wiscon^^sin regarding schools, is an effective^means of attracting Lutheran and other^sectarian votes in those states. ItIff quite prolinhlc that the financial^plank of Chairman Jones' platform w ill^Ih* somew hat luiMliiled, and the* commit^^tee reel iv ed vi iih fuvor the fellow ing reso-^lutiou to-day, adopted by the con^^ference of the silver states' delega^^tions ami introduced In the commit^^tee hy one of their rcprcscutatb cs:^We denounce the demonetization of silver^by the fraudulent legislation of the repub^^lican cougicss of !M7it as u crime against^the people ami as one of the nets by which^that pally has systematically taken the^money and property ot the country from^tin- pnalucers and toilers for the Is-iicflt^ot capitalists and the creditor classes.^We, tin rcfore, demand the immediate re^^peal of all laws discriminating against^the coinage of silver on an equality with^gold and demand u restoration of silver U^^the position and full legal status occupied^by it from the foundation of the govern^^ment until its dcmoiictiiatioti. Hit-I it, -1 1.-1 Im its. At11 ::^^ to-night ox-Secretary Whitney^statttl that (lev eland was suiv of CliI votes^on tin* first ballot, a gain of L'a since yee*^tcrd.iv. Whitney stated there has lioefl^110 conclusion reached as the \ ico piosi-^deutial nomination. MlirrCttiqtct. Tin nnil I.satl.^Niw YiitiK. June L'l. -Copper Quiet. Like. !^11.71'tl II.su. Lead-Inactive) domestic ft.i 'nl.tP.^Tut Weak, nails. f^l.l.'-,i:l.:'.^i.^liar silver. s^i A.O t . W.^r.inbleiii pin- at l-cys, Ihe Jeweler. Ows^^ley block. l-'ora Niltle of line liquor or a box of^e.^sl cigurs go lo iho ^l abinet,^ South liilllc. BASEBALL YESTERDAY^Natls-aa! Ia-^iju AtLouisville^4; Pittsburg, 7. Second^game Louisville, *^; Pittsburg, 1. AtPhiladelphia^A; Baltimore, 4. AtWashington^7; New York, 6. Second^game^Washington, 3; New York, 3. AtChicago 1: Cincinnati, 2. Westernl-esgue. AtToledo^6; Minneapolis, fi. AtColumbus -Milwaukee gam* post^^poned. AtFort Wayne^Kansas City game^postponed. AtIndianapolis^4; Omaha, 6. Second^game, Indianapolis, .'1; Omaha, 9. TheyProclaimed a Besiablle. London,June 21.^Advices from the^Portuguese colony of Angltm, Africa, state^that a largo body of Boers entered the^colony anil proclaimed a republic. Unless^Portugal is able to send reinforcements^the Boers will retain the territory already^sciied, and ex|iel the Portuguese. , Ourgas stoves beat tho world. Do not^fail to rail and sec- them. H. J. Illume, 78^West Park. BUTTl,MOMC johnmsquire,^mOMICTO* and manages. Three Ms lit, unit Saturday Matinee, com^^mencing THURSDAY.JUNE 23, Thofamous romsulic actor, XTOTl(B TO CO-OWXERS^Te John Bees^i^ soil WlUlam Bchiesuiger, your heirs or as^^signs: You si* hersby notiaed that I, Clataj^Ofdaaber. your co-owner, have in aeeordaoes^Willi section -IM* ot m^ revised statute, er tlie^Catted Htates. eiDcnded in la nor sod Improvn-^avrats uis^n the Akiloasl ousrtz lode mlnlot^flslm, ^misted In sn itnorganUed mluuu dis^^trict. In iil,ou giucli. Deer Lodico county, Mon^^tana, for the year endlot liecember II, lam,^one hundred tiuij doUars. and for the year^ens Lag December II, law, the sum of one hiadred (IM) dollars, and for the year ending^December II. KM. the sum of ens hundred (ISO)^dojlar,. and you. John Beck and Ullllara^Kcblestncer. your hsln or assigns sreheieby^further notined that unie,, you contribute your Koportlouof such expenditure, together with^tsrett and cost within ninety (90) days after^the complete service of till, noticj b/ publics.^tlon, all your rigat. title, Interet: and claim in^and to the above named unarlz I ^de nilnlnit^claim will become the property of the under^signed, your co-owner, who hat performed the^work and made the required expenditures^thereon. CLAUHOLDHABEI.^Anaconda, Mont., May isa.^Ir'lrsl pubilciaion May 4, uau NOTICETO COOWXER-To George W.^l'fiin and Frank nervals, your heirs, execs-^tors and assigns: You are hereby noUHed thai^Albert Koiirliounlero awl Autolne Koclieleau,^your eo-owners, hare. In sretirdancti with tin^iirovlslons of section 2.SM. Ite vised Statute, of lb*^V'nltcd Mates, expended In labor and Improve^^ments upon the llliie lieu quarti lode mining^claim, located at the head of Uleson gulch,^about 10 miles from Anaconda, in Deer Lodge^county, Mont., for the year A. D. i^Jl, one^hundred (IIOU) dollar,, representing work, and^If within wi days tram the service of till, notice^(or within m day, alter this notice by publica^^tion i you fall or refuse to contribute your pro^^portion of such expenditure as co-owner, your^interest in said claim will In come the property^of the subscribers, umler said section 2.131, Al.bKItTROCKIIONXIEIta,^ANTOISK KOCIIKI.KAU.^Dated Anaconda, Mont.. Aprils, im^First publication, Aprils, lata Youare hereby notified that Km Oldhaber,^your co-owner, has. In aceordanoe with the pro-^*l,loo, of section 2,134, Revised statute, of the^United sxates, expended la labor and Improve^^ment, upon the Crescent quarts lode mining^claim, located at the bead of the West fork of^OU-sont gulch, about lo miles from A-Trends la^Deer Ixslge county Mont., for the year list,^one hundred ttitmi dotisrs, representing work,^and you. Ueorge W. Peon, Edward 8. Peon. John^Cuybeugh, J. K. Lake, Edwin Dunkls, ^^^Tliomas, reputed owners, and all other persons^whom It may concern, are hereby notified that^If w u bin ou days after till, notice by publication^you fall to pay to Dm undersigned your respect^^ive portion, of said sum according to your real'^Interest. If any, your said Interest, If any, in said claimwill become the property of the linden signed,pursuant to law.^_CLAUS OLDHABlaV DatedAnaconda, Mont., Feb. 1, BE^rint publication, Feb. 2.1M2. NOnCKio WOWNKlUt To Joseph Wee^elberger. William Mlederke, Daniel Dough^^erty and .lohn Met ool. their heirs or asslgufi^ton are hereby notlfloii Ihat 1 havs expeuded^one bundled dollars in laU.r and iniproveinents^ii|H^n the (loldcn Kaglc ^|iiarU lode mining claim^isald (iniden Kagls otiara lotle being In the^Flint i reck milling district, in the county of^Deer Lodttc, state of Mantans. and Bled for^record In tho oftlco of the county recorder of^said I leer I-otlico county, state of Montana, Aug.^1. is^7. and recordeu ui Hook ^Q^ of lxtde Utca-^llous, on page 9\ records of Deer l.odge coimty,^Montana, to wlm-li for a mo.e definite descrip^^tion reference 1, hereby matte;) In order to hold^said premises under the provision, of -ecltoa^^_-.iJ4. revised slat liti s of the L'nitotl stales, beiug^the amount mqulred to hold the same for the^year ending Dec. 31, is.il. And If witiilii ninety^days from tin- service ef this notice tor within^ninety days unci tills mil leu by publication i you^fail or refuse to contribute your pre|sirtion of^such cxiM-ndtturn as co-owner, your Interest In^said claim will become the property of the sub.^n nber, under said soctiun 3321. . ^J' m^ BROWM. Anaconda.Mont.. Jan. ^, is^.-. IFlrttpubllcutiou Feb. 1, Itsg.] JAMES H. WALLICK, Iniwo of bis famous plays, THE CATTLE KlNO TheMptWlM m atttpsM of the age,^THE BANDIT KINO \splay d by Mr. W-ilhc ^ over .'.sou times, Intro^anefagal eve y performance hit famous a ting^kernes. Ila tier. Chatge , I - x i^ a d Pete. Reserveds^ats. *l. nalleiy .TOceiitt. Reserved^sib- o;ii-ii- a' tueboxeatrssv me opera house^Wedm-d i\ in- in n: at lo o'clock. ThePhoenix Nursery Co., DELAVAN.WISCONSIN. Wecarry a first class stock of ShadeTrees, Fruit Trees, Shrubs,Flowers, Etc.,^ALL NORTHERN GROWN AND HARDY. Weinvite our patrons to examine our freight bills and satisfy^themselves that our goods are shipped from Wisconsin and are cul^^tivated there. Wcare making preparations to establish ABRANCH AT MISSOULA, withthe intention of putting in a Green House and packing ground!,^Oirobiect in doing this is to enable us to hold our British Colum-^Sia naJe, L.G. BARRETT, Missoula. Managerfor the Northwest MONTANALUMBER AND PRODUCE COMPANY, BUTTE AND ANACONDA, Manufacturersand Dealers~T*^I ^ Inall kinds of -I^^ \^L -L -L -L ^J JL . j Lath,Shingles, Mouldings, Doors and Windows, PLANINGMI La La WORK. Estimatesmade on Hard Wood and Fis.ern Pine Finish for buildings of any size. Aspecialty of Ccrd Wood in Car Lots and Fir Mining Timber* HAY.GRAIN. FEED. FLOUR, CORN MEAL. ETC.. RockSprings Lump, PennsylvaniaAnthracite andCumberland Blacksmith AFULL LINEOP BAINWAGONS AND EXTRAS, Allgrades of Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts, Lightand Heavy Harness, Saddles, Robes, Whips, etc.. Completestock of Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows*, -ANDALL KINDS OF- AgriculturalImplements and Extras. StateAgents for B.F. ^ H. L Sweets'Common Sense Sleidis I Wagons QPJJ^r^S^ B Ka^t 'iranlta 8tr^M. Butts, Frontstreut. anaconda. J.T. CARROLL. General Manager. TUTTLE Manufacturingand Supply Company. Dealers Nilu mu Ulioinf, Smelting, lidElcclricil^MaCiUuerjr ud K;;'. ^- Manulacturers WORKS AT ANACONDA ANACONDfV.BUTTE. ledConccutrii'iio; MACHINERY. MISSOULA.