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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 20, 18J2.
MINESAND PROSPECTS
BrigbtOutlook (or ihe Benton Group^in ibe Neibart Country.
FROM SLOGAN DISTRICT
Assay*of Ore From tho Roco Claim^-Oallatin Vallnv MkMtM US)^^posits allvor Minlnii -^Other Notes.
TheHfiiton irr.Mip ol mines islie.vili-^fully l.nat^1. Iie-uling up M it iM ^ ^^draw of ilic MMalW at tbt 1^^ ^1 ^^f [MM^Halilx. as if nature had done all ^he could^to expose the BM and tlicrchy mivk ^'*^^^M hi p.! ting at and working I he val-^usble propi rty. i-a^h the Niili.iri Hnuhl.^From III^' MHM ^h^'re tliellllilli li lltl'in the^kide of the mountain. bMMJ Italdy is very^prei'ipitoUN. HaSBf M it doM iiIhixo Ihe^works, a distaiu'e of ou r l.lHifeet. Il^can reudily Im- seen what ureal advantaijes^there ate in tunnelinc. 'Hie jjtcat il'-pth^that can i|iin kly he olitained atnl ihe \nst
amountof sssSMI kixiiI. I lie eptny
asyet lime not had to erect a law hoist^house and lm^ e\|snsive machinery,^wliiili i~ MHMMMM1 in deep minim;. They^w ill not he ti mured to do this (or year* to^c^ .me.
M11.Imines in the g-.init ^ formation^can not Is- worked successfully without a^\a-t outlay of money amount lag to not^mm (hull f Im.nw. wliieli i- a harrier l^^^men with small'apital. With the I'.. lit.in^no such outlay was needed, the owners
cantake out all the ore thai is inssary
to|...\ e\p^ iisi s ami MtfH do a xast^ainoitnl of diadwuik. 'Ihe company is^now riiiinilii; a tuinn I through ^ oiiutry^rock li^ cut the rioia\eiu. which is con^^sidered the largest that can Ik^ traced on^the surface of ilieir gnuiiiil. The tiilmel^is at present in'm lei I and it is thought^will not reach the win Is fore ne\t spriiii;.
Theowners have without iloiiht Ihe^richest prospect in Montana. Ml tl.routh^the lirsl cla^s ore can Is found liuhy sil^^ver, cldoride and lolltirtdc of oxistl and^hrittle silver. People lii arinir of the rich^re|Mirts from this mine w 111 not readily l^e-^lie\c tlieiu. and lo sin h all that 1m neces-^mry is for them to \ is.it the works and^t lien tin \ xx ill In e.ilix ineed of their trill 11:^Kceniy is Is liev ing.
Thusfat the work done has heen of a^pros|^cf ling nature and also lo save e\-^|m-use. No i xpetistie tunnel lias Is'eii run^and no e\p^'iisi\e work in liml^c^ ing done.^Tin-owners have had m m ini simply the^ipiiekesi and least expensive way of get^^ting at tin ore. Now that they IN getting^out the vast treasure and money is rolling^ill to the cirUlpatiy Is-tterand umle costly^work has Im en lately commenced. They^havi gone dow u iurthcr en the mountain^and stalled a llltiuel which is live h\ eight^feet issue. Tiuihct nig of 1 he lM^st i|tlahty^is in pit gt-ess ainl are intoimed that there^willls. no hotter tunnel in any niine in^Montana w hen it is completed. This tun^^nel will work the whole lilille. At the
presenttime Ihev are in ahout 1 Till feet.^When train service is resumed the com^^pany w ill ship two car loads o| ore to the^I.real Tails smeller.
IN SLOGAN UISTHICT.
Assay.Mil.lr of Kli li Hit Height Outlook^for Hie VI iisliliiglon xi in..
Alarire iiutiiher ol test assays of oi-ch^from a ihhiiIht ol llie leading MMttSftlM^in tlit* SliM-au e.iuutry have Im cii mail), in^this eily ree.'lillx. snx s the StMikillle /.'ri'e ic.^John M. Htirke, among others, tisik sam^^ples of M't oral properties with most flat^^tering results, r'roiu the Keen elnini a^sample across the ledge yielded I'.Ciounces^ill silver and 71 |mt cent. lead. The ore^chute from w Inch this sample was taken^in over live anil a half feet wide. KotgfM^from the Helena -amplmg works show^that the hit iMiunds ol ore sliip|m'il ihere^hy James l\ Wardticr from the l-'rcdil.c^niine wi-in oiinees in siher and ^^per cent. lead. This was a careful selec^^tion of all the on s in the ledge and was^judged hy those in charge to Im^ a fair^ax erage of the ptxKluet of the nunc.
NedHarris, laic of Wallace, Idaho, hut^How one of the fortunate ow Hers of the^Kcco mine in the Mocati country, was^aiiiong the annals m the city ycstetxlay.^He v isited the Washington mine owueil^hy Messrs. Thomas JclTcrsoii, S. K. t.roeu^ami Hilly l.xiuliof this city, on S.ituulay^last, and states thai the ore lusty hail^wiiletnxl out so that the entire lace of the^tunnel was solid galena. This meaiiH^four feel or a Irille over it. Assays liere-^tofore olitainisl hy Mr. *h fTerson from the^ore hisly they are now working in rati from^fll!a up. and the ore now Ix-ing taken out
Issriiil to I m 11 ig I let gl a i le a s w i'll as I lei tig
inlarger lsidies. There are now ahout IM)^tons of ore mi the dump. Mr. Harris also^reports that ne.nl work on the Keen^claim lias demonstrated Ihe ore chute in^he ^it feet of solid galena, instead of live^and one-hull le. t wide as previously re^^ported.
ASBESTOS Nt-AH BOZFMAN.^A Computix to tie I united t.. M urk ilu
1lltlisl.le ii, panlts.
Theo.Schwcn/i r of the (iallatill AsIm-s-^toscompany went to the compam mine^last wei k and while there secured the^mine owned hy Mr. lt.u tli .I.'iiii in . sa\s^tin. sMMI Ckn . ' . Tho (, ill.inn
fotllplllivllaxe.i x ,i t deposit of iisIm'sIos^vxhicll |a expos. I hx eleiy holo ,|ilg into^Ihe stit*faee ni a depth of leu feet, hut it^w as lU'cmed pi in! ^tit to tak.. in the other^important deposit of that region. The^asls-stos salti|iles sent hy the company to^St. Paul ami I.ixerpon! Iiaxe attracted a^great deal ^^f faxotahle eomment and it is^safe to sax that the company have a plop-^erty winch will Ml otilx rc-iilt to their
nwii heuelit. hut to 11.,/, Ill.i u's as well.^Hetm lis f l inn samples sent to l.ix er|m.nl^show Mm product to lie Watxtk IBID per toll^und us it e.ui I... mined and delixeretl at^'l.ix.Tpool for less than IB |m-r ton. it is^easy to sec that the company haxe a be-^tuiiita. On Salurduy a party ol gentle,^men eotti| sisul iii |^urt of I*. li. Met w in.^1^. T. Kii kp.tlnek. thatles ^.. .lohnsoii^ami Ptofes-oi Gilbert, all of M. I'.ml. ar-^nxeil at Hon li nn und left for ti e ^ 1, p. i^on Sunday. These gi nth-men us litllx^sat 'slnsl as lo the ipiiilil y . hut w islit d u.^uscertain for thcmselxis wheilar IIm^ipltititily vx.is as cre.it as tin v lMil li.u^led to Im*licit-. They will not hi ill-.i) -^|m.itiied. Il is tiiinoii d that these gem'. -^men. if the quantity i . mi s up to tin it . y.^im^'taiioiis. w ill orgaiii/e a compatix at si.^Paul and munulacture the piimIiici Into^the iiiunj in tides in which it is tiaad.
LakaKliteral Mine^The I^ike Killaruy niiui's arc situated^on Mount Killaruy ul the head of the latel^of tin same name in Kootenai notltlty,^luauo, about JO lutk-.i westeii.x 1: u the
urealW.-miner mines, Idaho, saya tho
SnrlktrtmlJtfiaing Hrririr. Tho prinei|^al^group Is railed the lllaekvxunder group^and is owned hy S. K. tureen and others^of this eity. The main vein measures^ITfcj feet hattVWM w alls, lias a iMirpltyrltic^hanging and i|Uartlite fixit wall and is a^contact vein. It carries silver galena^and earlmnates of lead and silver. Tho^ore assays nn Hie surface from 10 01. to 4.'i^o^. in silver and w ill ni|uiiTconcentriitlns^works. The ow ners developed it enough^last year to show its prospective value and^will pmbjalily renew development work^this fall if n ponding deal is not consum^^mated.
IN OLD F.NCJLAND.
(ihiittnnt^^s ( aliinet App ilii'msnls -Til*^l..iiit:ig lliun-l try i onferrncc.
|(opyiiglit P'tr.'li) New York AssiM'laleil rrsss.l^l.oMxi^. Aug. 111. tiladstone's selection^of some minor ineinliers of the radical sec^^tion Inr minor posts in the government^has not remedied his tactical mistake in^the exclusion of radical representatives^from the cabinet. The fact now is uni^^versally re -ogimeil that (iladstone care^^fully avoided admitting to office men in^any way identified w ith independent radi^^calism. 11,h plans to meet some of the^dang, n threatening an early overthrow^of the goveriiiiicni an- already seen in the^forinali.,n of the cabinet cominitloes.^The two hours' silting of the council to^^day was devoted to preparing nieasnres^emlsiilying putt of tho Newcastle pro-^gr.immc ami allotting w ork. Three coin-^niitlccH in addition lo Ihe home rule com^^mittee were formed; one charged with the^lalsir question, another to draft bill- for^rural reform and lii-.il option, ami the^third charged with reforming electoral^registration.
ThenMsis-iatcd press has high authority^to state that ihe new government will not^interfere with completed arrangements of^ihe international mom-iury conference.^No powers ai-c lllVCMb*! ill delegates and^Ibex are instructed to decline to discuss^IM pro|Misals ^-ntailing an alteration of^the monetary system of I'.uglaiid. but they^HH aiiiliori/'-d to consider nm|Misjils^xxhci. h'. India might join the influential^lead of slates for living the ratio of silver.
Ilis i x|Ms-led that Mi's. Maybriek will^simiii Im. releaseil from |irisoti. It is uiider-^sIimmI that Isilh Sirf 'has. liussell. attorney^general, and Home Secretary Asipiith an1^in faxor of her release.
# ^ i
NEW YORK STOCKS.^I |t^ ntul !^^'^ i't In M^rt.ft Viilu^^n on the
StfK'ls I sfll tllt-f.
\*i:wYiMck. Auk. H^. Tho si^n k in.iikrt^wiih i|iiul. ilUplayetl .1 linn undertone utiil^r^'!*ihti*xl ih^' inMut nw nf Iho dorlinc**. Sui^-^|Mirl w :ih \% itlidrawii f in mi nuttar lat^* iti tin*^day mill a KutiKlunltal m't hack wiih the ro-^1*11 It. The rlohp was ilult. Ktunclhiiiji tK.ltiT^lhaii laWMl |^rit cs.
OaVflfMBMll Utiil. titcady.
IN'lrolciiin ( hirsod .r^r^J^,
Slink cii imhI :
^^ l^ 11 .
l*.k. 1','s aaaajaa^^|^aeUkC's^Atrblsoa
Ann11 all I- \pres^1 mi.ilium KsrlAe,^t *aiiada Mowl list u^1 1 atral hwMk
Hurllnitoa
1.o-ka ix ana
|i\ I.'. 11.^piL, I mm. ^ W^Illinois 1 ratral
Irle
Kaaaaa\ fexaa^l-ike Slinre
I.oulsx'li-.XN;is|n
Mevli'iui1 entral^Mletilaait ^ eat ral^Missouri l^afMr
NoilIn 111 P.-nllli'^N. P. pi. I. 1 n il^Kortltweslera^N. W. iitxsfermi^^Hid.I A ski ll.
New lark M.lill Msrtaet.
N'tw YiiUk. Aug. U^.- t upper Dull;^Lake. Mini UM,
Msilver. H .Vs.
I.eul rirni; domestic. SI.tOQ HO.^Till Steady : Slraits. *Jti.:f.,i J i. Iti.
I'lilesgo||N Moi-k Market.
(lli'M.n. Aug. in. Cuttle Receipts.^ti.ii^1: steady In trifle higher: natives, ^L4 ^^tf5.LT^; Texuns, flMTim
Hogslleccipts. ll.tltd; active; shade^higher: rough packers. ^'^i ,'i It: luixcil.^fo.MlniN.70; prime heavy and butchers'^weights, fd.r.'i.taXi; assorted light. f.VUHn^.'i.Tti.
SheepItcecipts. It.VIP; steady : stis^kers,^|Ut| mixed, jk'l.4t'. 11.s.'i; wethers, $.'..00^r^.'i.'Ja; Texaiis and xxesterns,f4.IKyi4.K^.
xs \t.rk .Vloney Market.
Nk.wYdhk. Aug. I'.' Money on call,^easy : clos-'d oflMtafl,
Primepaper. I.' -w .'.' -.
Sterlingexchange Quiet I steady; liO-^day bills, f4.Mia4 ; demand, fl.KK.
1 . ^ ^ ^ . s ^^,
(If-iiititt Huiim* Kr|mHa
NfwY^^i*k. \The follow iiiK tahlo
roilipilcil l^\ O'i -t.fy'i;; fg kI}OW^ ihf' llilflk
fleal ili^k |sr t|n^ww uh
tin-pWWStegM ^^f iiiniMHC 01 tl,TfV;w^roinnaiiHl with ihe coin^|Htinli!i;, wct k of
lat MMM :
A.WEHUS ARMORY,
ttAND !^ WIST PARK STMCfT,
BUTTSCITY. - ^ MONT.
Wholesalesad Retail Dealer* la
Guns,Rifles, Revolvers,
Ammunitionand
Sportsmen'sClothing^DOG FURNISHINGS.
Baa*Ball, Lawn Tennis. Gymna-^^lum and Athletic Goods.
COMPLETESTOCK
-OK-
CLOVERS'DOG REMEDIES.
v;
BUTTE,MONT
JOHNMAOUlRE,^PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER.
THREENIGHTS,^COMMENCING
Monday,August 22nd.
ANDSATURDAY MATIN tl.
TIM-PREMIERS,
HAl/ERLYSMASTODON^MINSTRELS
I'nilerthePersonal liliei ',1 ni of .1. II. II \\ kki.y
\\t. l eon:. Mssagir
TlieFinest ami I'i-kI Mim'tci tiiuiinl/attoti la^tin. w in ni. 1'irei t fiiuit 1M1 laeataa'^Hun at Harrrljr a t aaitio, ,
tIlilML-O.
THFBEST SINGERS.^THE BEST DANCERS.
THEBE3T COMEDIANS^THE BEST MUSICIANS.
All tiik 111 ii fax oiti rrs:^ltlll^ Hire,K, M. Hall. F. M K.'tvne.
Klssell,A xi. I h itch, r. Uiu Helmnre,
Ileil Wilson, Kil Ikiiiirt,Nell i r Hi lea,
MSM|^ onsiuiitine,QMS, Sully.
ArthurVale, lien. lAans, Kreil ilaiiiieU,^Aii^t I wi-nty (He i.t hen
Nopnrnile, tint .1 i.raiul Kree ^^|m-h Air liana^Courcrl at I a't'lo'.k |i. in. hi front of^UMSSVff on dS| ^f pec*^ftit nia i.'e
Noml value 111 piii-c.. sale of se;it^ to-ums^Sat unlsy.
BUTTS,I
JOHNMAGUIRE,^SMMIISTOB AND MANAOSa
ROYALRETURN.
riiomcioih riuun'piHiN.
Tileal'.-iiM-mliiini up I onti rty t-eiisutlnn of
TWOI elltllicllls.
JacobLltt and Thon ^s H. Davis'
BM4Hm4Istsak tti aasaTi the
I'utirlly( u o.ktis.
si'av.
:riilav..alinilav. KifUl,
w^w TJ
Amis.ituntay Mulinei'. Aup. at,
YONYONSON.
Totalfor Nm leailnii; SSMSS of tlie halted
Statesfor tile xxeel, i nilliu; \i||;ilsl In, is
Jl.ut'i.rTl.ss.;.ni ineiTaM-of .us js-r cent,^oxer the ci^rrcs|h^li(lini; xxeek ol last .xeur. I
MEXICANSCALL IT THE
EAGLEBRAND.
Anheuser-BuschBrewing Ass'n
ofST. LOUIS. BOTTLE BEER
bT5iV's'.l^;-- h SSgfi ^^ft.rfl ^ CEN1RAC ISi SOUTH AMEHCXN^i' TriE FINEfiTBin^ ^1 ^^*^^ alI^ r b it. a-. Ml tlnlr hrnni. if
fTiiB FINEST BAh.EY MALI ml AHE FhtL FHL M CliKN at . i r.
tSmMotto i. '.No: Uu, eh..^, bu, ^^ goua... Anits^(), D{p[, BL)|K[ ^-os
J.T. CARROLL COMPANY.
ANACONDA,MONTANA
Manufacturers^^f and Dealers in
Lumber,Laths, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
FLOUR,HAY, GRAIN. FEED AMD COAL.
Bainand Sweet Wagons and Extras.^ ^Busies, Carriages, Real Carti
HARNESS,SADDLES, ROBES, WHIPS, ETC.
OLIVERCHILLED AMD STEEL PLOWS.
AndAll Kinds of Agricultural Implements ni E\1
J.T. CARROLL, Gene al Manager.
TUTTLE
Manufacturingand Supply Company.
Manufacturers
0'
II
0'
hiCoBCtDtratii{
MACHINERY.
ANACONDA.
Dealers
lafflWa.,
0
WORKSAT ANACONDA
BUTTE.
'0'lid Qtctricil
Micliiuerytad S'jppliu
MISSOULA,
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
TIMECARD.
H^. 2. KAKT MAIL
lurries flr^t-cl;i^l ilay cnarli. I'u m m Talura^cur, IMS rcilliiiii^ chair car. und l'uiiiuan uiu-^lag Bats,
Ho.8, ATi.AMic BSMMMB
Iifn-^-^ llntto
AllIV. ^ PiM-utPllO
Arrive.faivjBM -...^Arrivi's Ixux-r ..^Arrlv. s Igiaeai ntj.
Arrixc-sOmaha
Ami'.St. l,uui.....
Anix ^ s rhlruKo
Arrlxn.|New \ork...
'limellui.rs.
I'i.rins tlrvt .-lassilajr cnarli, 1'ulnnan palace^^le^i^T. anil inilmuii cnlonlst slropiT.
UinceCorner Main anil Hi oudixay.
Lv. M AZK, (ieneral Ageufc^C. W. tAMSO^, Illy Tleket Ageut.
rjTMEtable TO CTTTCAriO.
cuicaoo,nr. r\i u Minneapolis
OMAHA lt \II.WAV.
THENORTHWTSTEItN LINK.
TillsU the only line aaatSal ennne.-tl m wlta^OiiKAi Niikthkkn Haii.way at st, I'aul ever/^day In tlie fast fur CMasas uml the I..i^l.
VIA(iBEAT MBSaBSBK
Iave Pntte
l*axelli lt na
Le.ivntire.it l ulls
(ArriveMlu.it
Arrivetiranil Knrks
ArriveSt. I'aul
viaMotrin n\ i ai nn
l/-nveKntteIMS I', BV
LaaTSHelenaI lni . m.
Ie.ive ltii/eiuanf.;10 11.m.
ArriveSi. I'aulim,-, p. ni.
VIAxx'illTIIWKKlKIIN i.ik
LeaveSt. Paul7:,^Oa. in. 0:13 p. in^Arrive MPw.m
k.e7 V. p. in. |:j.i a. m
arrlxet lilr.nov.y, p. in. ^:ooa. in.
:^nn. m.^int. in.^SS p. in.^M a. m.^jo p. m.^m a. in.
p.m.^M p. ni.^SI a. in.^'.'I p. in.
8:0ip. 111.
:7II.m.
^^^^ a. m.
Inlip e. 1 nniati'lu il ami I nubriilceil^It\ Mi loilrama. ^ cla. ie. Su'lely,
-Crania, roini tlx, i oiuie ti|H.ra^I'omhine. ' ai..i fsfaa ^ om'Sy.^It I. uVlliirattil liy tlie klnc I'm of ^ onieily^I'ntert ifSkSfra.
GUSHEEGE.
adother lni|H^rti^ol player*, inrltnllnR(lie tar-^fanu il
Lumbermen'sQuartette.
kmswitii:m-eulc ftirtMl-M: Tlie Itreakttm o'^the\a^h .lain' Hie UIMb.'r ^ limp 11 Ml.l-^Mlaterl Taa I tellai kattrnad Kpiaodo.^IU|nrr an I I alter Hi: a i'. o,i^llesene sale up, n. al tin' iipi-i.i liouav on^WoSbsmsi aaaTMSs.
ThoNnrthxieslern Line I. Hie shortest line a^1 fco! h dlstHiic an.l tune to l lilra .'.i. S-i-ure xeur^ticki'l. uut tins hue. For msii f.ii.ier liir. se^T. W. 11 XMiAI.I'.^Ueucral I'.i^.eiu.-i A*J'1U j- I mill
Ounmto KTrotr rArsr vrrrr onnr^^i f ^ lie of real esi.tf snniild nm li^ ' ..lUe ^^In ti e iil.tr r: enurt nf t.ieTninl . . I ...I . -li I ^^^of Ihe stale o,' Mou ana, in ami 101 tti*i'iinty^of DaMrLadga In toe atatlor of Mm e.late of^s. f. Batau, deoeaaed. JareJ s. t li tinbenain,^the ni in itratof ^f t i^ estate of s. K. Kaius,^(lei'o.iso.l. Iiav.na ll.ed Ins p'tltion hereiti pray*^lag im aa order ot .aieof c.*riaiu real ista.A^Of said deeeilent, fur Ihe pur|Hi.e. theretii ^r|^fnrth.il It therefore er.lered hy the nniije of^sal,I curt thai ail per-..ns Inter^ t '.I u the es.^late of la'ddoooaaad imsbt batare tiietaiil^iloriet eur.it nn Sattnduv. tie .^.ti itav f^A st lsst,st II o'clock lo t o (arrtMon of^.aid a ay, in (he court r,.oni of s.u I illstre.al^Ibe e iini house in I'eer Lndje. eouaty of iver^1.. d re. lo show e us.why.o orJer tlimilq aol^1.- tm -i to tne aald auminl.lrator lot. I a^mu ii of Ibe real rotate of tin-sai l ile-ea e I s.^K. Haitis as shall he in c s.ary And that a c.pr^Of Hit. oruoi he piihlisi eil at least four sue-^IMsslie xxeeks in llie Aliae. llda s a . .1 . 4
te. .:i|.er prlnleil uml puhi|^lie.| In .a..I Meet^Odn* ciillti.II. J|. UL'liKI.E. Ji.die.
l'a'.eilJuly .'3, 1^.3.
Promptonrl Efficient Attendance.^Wlioles^!e and MM Uea'er In OMSSaaBSIB*Supple, bode* Carefulty Em'.aluied aad^Skipped 10 all pnrt. or tho 1'nlt ilanJ Europe.
LADYASSISTANTS.^Ooen Day and Night.Telephone No. 67.Butt*. Mont
NOWLOCATED IN BUTTE.
RUPTURE
PERMANENTLYCURED OR NO PAY.
Nodetention rr..m l.u.ineM. Wj refer you to^000 patients and six National ltank..
innateonr ^^^^r^,^.
u^^- KMr'K x^R ^NO.:, no matte,^of In-xx loll^ ttanJiug.
EXAMINATIONFREE.
THE0. E. MILLER COMPANY.
BnsC Office Hours, 9 to 11 a. m , .toJP^^ END FOR CIRCULAR.
MANHOODRESTORED
NorveSeeds,
thewontisTfui Masawy^la A' i't with ^ wrti*
*-n Riini-Mntciv tr. r^rt^ nil rw^rv^u^i illwiirM'*. ri^*I. I'U i'Bk Meni'Tj-,^I.OBB s^f tl^'u^us r. ll^-4iiiu^ lM'. V* akrAilnrsk, l.n^( Main*
hoott.MtriiHy t*inl^^loiis. g.ili lni. ^^. v 11 Urruni. l.BCk of
foiiiiili'iii-r,\iT^oii^in^^. l.gis^#liutdr. till ilrBino ntid luf^ ^^f^I . x . r. t t!;o titMM'riiilve t''u.*i ^ In viXUi r wx rnuM'^i byOTPrritcr^^llDn. youthful irrnrf. ^^r rxct*p*ivt' ^m* ft litiacco. unlmu or ^ilnni^^[lid nhirh rix'ti \cml V^ Intlritilty. i^.uiAi:r:ipt|i^i nml inonnltj. I*ut^lOTontf-nt f.^ i-irry In vest pm kol. t^'nt hy mall liyj^uln i-Us-kima
ETOBEAND AFTKR USIK0.
...any ethlP'-* f%Jf ^1. ^re |. i *.^. ^ \\ %th *rrry V^% orsler ^^ e^srlvr'u w rttton icu if ii(i^- to t'Mrr or ifiimil th^^ monfi.)
Ku sali: In UutU by u. a. P'ACllia'U Uuuj JLit,
to^coua:t h^ BUI stAMiia SWt ux*
UiUAiftsft
T
HECOTTAGE HOTEL.
Cor.Dakota aid Calena Sta.
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