Newspaper Page Text
THEANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1334.
QREATpMXS The(Ireat Kails O Nice of THB BraVDAIW U^at lot Central Atenue, one door West of West^^ern Union Telegraph olu' e- ^'9l^i',^^,a No- *^^AdTertltlat; rates furnltli -d on application. ASSAULTEDAND ROBBED Great Pallsthe Scens of^Dastardly Grim;. finolher LEFTON THE ROAD TO DIE 1horr.as Winters the Victim of a^Cowardly Outrago - Touch^People In the Hands of^the Officers. GreatFalls, Juno 29.^Mi morning^Olliccr Hamilton found Thomas Winters^lying nenr tho eastern approach of tho^rnilroail bridae in an insensible condition.^Several wounds on tho left aide of the^liea.-l indicated that Winters had been^^truck down, and lyiPit beside him was a^railroad coupling pin covered with blood. Hamiltonsucceeded in getting tho man^o:\ his feet and assisted hun lo police^headquarters, where his wounds were^dressed and everything possible done to^ninl.o the unfortunate man comfortable.^All efforts, however, to arouse him from a^semi-unconscious condition proved futile,^and this afternoon he was removed to the^county hospital, where ho now lies in a^comatose condition. Whenfound, Winters' pockets were^turnod insido out, showing that the prima^cause of assault was roobery. Winters^arrived in the city last evening from I'on-^dcra and registered at tlio Minneapolis^house, but left the hotel after supper and^\^ as not seen again until identified in the.^pohro station by Landlord McDonald. Ho^in believed to be a laboring man, possibly sheep shearer, who catno to tow n with^Ins wugos, drank a little too much, and as enticed out to tho spot ^ hero found^and assaulted and robbed. The |^olico are^working on tho case and it Is hoped tho^rullians may bo run down and made to^answer to tho possible chargo of murder. SergeantShea last night arrested two^men in tho act of breaking into tho Mon^^tana Central depot. While Shea was es^^corting tho men to police hoadqunrlors^one escaped, and up to a lato hour to^^night lias not boon located. Whon locked^up tho other man gave his namo us John^Dalton, anil claimed to havo just arrived^I mm tho const. Ho w ill bo held ponding^udvices from tho west. Anothersuspicious character was gath^^ered in to-night while loitering around tho^(treat Falls Al- Canada depot, and is un^^able or refuses to give any information^concerning himself. GREAT FALLS GOSSIP. GkfatFalls, June L^J.-H. P. Kolfe left^last ovening for Asbury Park, N. J., to at^^tend the national convention of editors^^Inch will assemble next week. Thorailroad men in this city are watch^^ing the present strike with a great deal of^interest, and express earnest sympathy^with the efforts of the A. K. U. to oxaot^justice from the Pullman company. Sincethe inauguration of the great^strike on the Northern Pacific road, pas^^senger trains on the Great Northern road^are crowded with travelers. Two addi^^tional coaches are necessary on the Mon^^tana Central trains to accommodate tho^tralllc. ManageisDyas and Lcssard will take^the Cree Indians from Helena to Door^Lodge, Hutte, Auaconda and then journey^eastward, making a trip of several months^along tho Atlantic coast. The Cree camp^is composed of about L.^,n persons, includ^^ing tho children, which are numerous. AldermanFitzgerald left for Minneapo^^lis last ovening on a brief business trip of^ono week. Aspecial session of the commissioners^is called for Monday, when road matters^and other affairs of interest to tho county^w ill come up for discussion and action. P.H. Gallagher is receiving tho con^^gratulations of friends over his election^us state dolegato and president of the^Montana A. U. H. Thepopulist club held an interesting^mooting to-night and endorsod tho stato^nominees choson at tbo [^ccr Lodgo con^^vention. ]'..I). Woirick has assumed the duties of^cashier of tho Great Falls National bank^and has bocomo a permanent resident of thocity. E.G. Maclay. Paris Gibson and O. S.^Warden havo been selected ns commis^^sioners to draw jurors for tho next term^of the district court and havo been en^^gaged in tho work to-day. JudgeDullose came up from Denton^last evenitig and will spend a day or two^with friends hero. JamesShields returned homo to-day^after a brief business trip at QfMl Falls. JudgeFitzgerald, ono of tho delejates^to tho A. O. H. convention, remained over^until to-day 'ami left on the afternoon^train for Anaconda. During his sojourn^in tho city tho judge mado a largo number^of friends among all classos of peoplo^whom ho met. Theofficers at Fort Assinaboine have^extended an invitation to those in chargo^of tho recent production of tho Kermiss in^this city to visit that post and repent tho^programme. Tho matter is bcingdisciiEscd^and many of tho participants are in favor^of accepting tbo cordial invitation ex^^tended. PeteMcDonald camo in from Belt and^reports the camp grow ing nicely and tho^demand for Staniiai'.iis increasing to such^an extent that an enlargod supply is neces^^sary. ThoTribune was sold this afternoon un^^der a mortgage foreclosure. It was bid in^forfa.UW by A. M. Scott of the First Na.^tional bank, which holds claims aggregat^^ing nearly $1,000. PatrickJ. Kane, who died last night at^Helena from Injuries received in an acci-^ilent at Craigy yesterday afternoon, was^well and popularly known here among^i n road men, and his death is tho sub-^je^ t of universal regret among a wide^circle o'. friends in this city and at s aid^Coulee. Ilnying the Wool. QHw Fai.L^, Juno^'.^Representatives^of eastern wool houses are in the city and^doing a thrifty business in absorbing the^product of the flockmasters. The clip is^heavy this year and is coming from every^section of the country. Thoamounts received yesterday aggre gateG3.000 pounds, from the following^parties: Clark Droe.. Choteau, 12,000;^Smith Jt Clm, dm, 10.000; Hugo Green.^Fort Maginnis, C.500; Homer Sheep com^^pany, Lewlstown, i.oOO; Kay, Frederick 4^Co., Box bids'. ^Yi^J; J^mes McDovitt,^Fort Conrad, 2:t,'^^i. OSNESFULL OF HOPE HAfiTZhLLKRICHTENEO. JudgeDullose Made a smsstlonal t'hsrge^Im the Jury. GrfatFalls, Juno -^.^A Lowistown^special says: At tho recent session of^court at Lew istown Judge 1 Hi Hose called a^grand jury and instructed its members to^thoroughly inquire into tbo death of^Drunimond, who was shot and killod by^Frank llartzell a few weeks since. In li s^instructions to tho jury tho judge sa d^that if the investigation resulted in Hull^^ing that HarUcll. w lulo in possession of a^gun. followod Druninioud and entered^into a quarrel whereby the latter was shoe^and killed, a true bill should bn returned. Thecuargo created a profound sensa^^tion in court and at Lowistow n. and tho^jury wcro two days investigating tho^tragody, but finally adjourned without in^^dicting tho defendant. fiartaat] was thor^^oughly frightened and w as greatly icli jv.d^when the jury was dismissed. LOTSOF KUN, TheFourth of July sporlt anil Guinrt^Will lie au Interesting feature. TheFourth of July celebration is going^to ho a memorable one in Anaconda. A^splendid programme of sports has been^arranged, and will bo commenced im^^mediately after tho speaking exorcises.^One of the most interesting events w ill bo^tho drilling contest. Tho programme in^full is as follows: Drillingcontest, first prizo, second,^$X^; third, S-'o. Each 'cam w ill drill la^minutes with no less than se\c:i-cighths^of an inch steel and eight pound hammer.^Hip-sawing contest, S-'j suit of clothes, do^^nated by the Copper City Commercial^company, and a plug hat donated by^Mayor Dwyer. Gentlemen's foot^race, 100 yards, froe-for-all, gold-^headed umbrella, donated by Gans^^ Klein. Ladies' rare, 60 yards,^gold-he.tdcd parasol, donated by Losoe Jt^Maxwell. Fat man'.-- race, box cigars, do^^nated by F. Foskctt A Co. liest lady^waltzer, Bilver cup, donated by the Kepp-^ler Jewelery company; best gentleman^waltzer, meerschaum cigar holder, do^^nated by K. M. Greig. Tug-of-war be^^tween six members of tho different I. O.^O. F. lodges, first prize, water set and^tray, donated by tho J little Manufactur^^ing company ; second pr.ze, silver carving^set, donated by William Handle; high^jump, pair of shoes, donated by Cohen^^ Co.; ladies' egg race, etching with^silver frame, donated by C. A. Tut-^tle; putting stone, hat, donated by^Jos Peters. Long jump, meerschaum pipe,^donated by L. A. King. Young girls' fool^race, dress patterns, donated by C. O. D.^store. Old man's race, over 45 years,gent's^umbrella, donated by M. J. Council A- Co.^Boys' foot race, not over If y ears, boy's^suit ot clothes, donated by 1). J. He'lnessy^iV Co. Hecl-and-too walking match for la^^dies, silver pen and scabbard, donated by^^1. D. Leys ^ Co. ( basing a greased pig,^tho person catchlns the pig secures it as a^prizo, donated by Walker ^v Gibbs. Hop,^step and jump, box of cigars, donated by^J. V. Collins. HappilytVsddsd.^J. H. llavlick of this city was married in^Deer Lodge Wednesday afternoon to Miss^Delia Kstill, ono of tho belles of the^county e*^t. Tho groom to woll known in^tho city, having been associated with Tom^Fleniming in business for a long tune,^and is receiving the congratulations of a^largo circle of friends. Tho young peoplo^havo gono to housekeeping at No. 615^Cedar street, liogarding thu marriage the^Stlrrr Slate has the following to say: The^marriage of J. 11. llavlick of Anaconda^and Miss Doha Estill of this city is to^occur at tho Presbyterian church, m Deer^Lodge at 4 o'clock this afternoon, Kev.^James Keid olllciating. Tho bride is an^ostimablo young lady, and spent herchild-^hood days in Door Lodgo where sho en^^joys a large circle of warm friends. Mr.^llavlick is ono of tbo steady young men^of the Smolter city. The Silver Sla'e con^^gratulates him upon his cxcollcni choice.^They will mako Anaconda their homo. HeOpeliod To-Night. Aftera suspension of two days McGin-^ley's place w ill bo formally opened to^^night. Tho suspension w as mado noce s-^sary to allow tho regular annual improve^^ments to bo made. This year tho work^has been more extensive than in former^years, and tho placo is now one of the^complctost and handsomest in the state,^lis* cigar department, w hich is tho front^of the room, is partitioned off by a hand^^some combination of oak and stained^glass, and tho stock is tho largest in tho^city. None but the best cigars are kept.^The bur and rest of the establishment has^been greatly improved in appearance by^a fresh coat of paint, Tho slock of liquors^is all right and the gentlemen in charge^of this department are mast genial. Oppntedlo the Tawnry Hill. TheAmerican Railway union of Ana^^conda at its la^t meeting passed tho lol-^low ing resolution: Wn unr: as. It '.'is come to our notice that a^bill Is pcniliii;: in c ^nglrtM knowa us tue 'lawnc)^computers arbitral ton m. sail Whmik\s,We li-'lli'Vi' the pi|t|sirt of the binw hi he ssttrtMSMtal ts tin ltimli sf sj^^MM classes of tbo L uite.l Mates; literature,^he it Resormf,Thai vrs ooftdswii the above bih^nml all sncli acts as being wMsMatal to our^irgatiization and au Infringement on our Mr*^suii.tl ill eriv. inn!, bo It furtlic /.'^^...1. That we request our representative^lu coniiiess, the Hon. t harlit I. tlurtuiau. anil^Hsaslnr T. C Peew, te Mas si] meaae hi tasu^power to assist in Meatlattlw fawn v bill. I. r. scon-.^M j.Corgi imi, ,Iiin hUttT, louiitutlec. AtII o .Montana.^Those registered at the Montana yester^^day wcro: Mrs. 1.. Willis, Hutte; J. A.^LotigstalT, Hutte; .John ^.. Ciirran, Hutte;^H, Carnes, Hutte: Iko Howell, St. Louis;^11. W. Graham. Hutte. H6Think-, He Will Co to D;er Lodg:^and Mo! to the Soil.old. READYFOR HIS EXECUTION HoIs Much More Anxious to Savo^His Life than His Soul-No^Use for Ministers of tho Cosps!. Qtl\t Falls, June 23.^A Henton^I special says: Sinco tho reprieve was^I granted, Omics h full of hopo and coiy-^| age, ami now expresses the opinion that^ho w ill lie sent to Deer Lodgo instead of^tho gallows. lie scaffold and the enclo^^sure surrounding it havo been completed,^and the engine of death has been tried^and works satisfactorily. Shorilf O'Neal^h.i- also seemed the rope, having pur-^cliascd it of a St. Louis llrm, who make^this particular industry a regular busi-^ucss. Duringtho erection of the scaffold tho^prisoner could distinctly bear the carpen^^ters at work, and ho walked up and dou u^his narrow cell like a caged lion, mutter^^ing to himself in the Norwegian language.^Ho expresses no sorrow for the crime for^which he is to bo punished, and roundly^denounced a Scandinavian clergyman^from Great Falls who endeavored to in^^duce him to repent and ask for lorgive-^ness. Speakingto tho death watch after tho clericalvisitor bad gono, Osncs said:^^Don't admit that man to my cell again.^He is very anxious to save my soul, but if^be would rustic to save my lifo 1 would^appreciate tits efforts more sincerely. IN FAVJK Of- SILVER. AScotch Orginl/tilon Will Petition Par^^liament to That tanl. BlMMUMBi JunoTho Scottish Chamberof husbandry has adopted a res^^olution to tho ctlect that tho present^financial depression is duo to the mone^^tary change of Uff% and they have decided^to petition parliament in favor of bimet^^allism. ED WOLCOTT VERY ILL. Hat the Colorado *^nator Kiys Mrs^slowly Itai-everinr. Ni.wViit.K, Juno -.^. A letter from Sen^^ator Wolcott of Colorado at Paris states^ho is recovering very slowly from a sur^^gical operation. Ho is suffering from kid^^ney troubles and his friends fear it w ill bo^necessary to remove one of his kidneys. SIrlil M ark-t. NfwYork, Juno J9.^l\g iron-Etrailr. Copper-Steady.Bsj silver, OJ ,.^Ijnu' -Steitily. 'iiu-Steaily;straits, $10.2- bid. ProvingIt l^y Figures.^1'nclo Trcotop^ That boifor is 2 years^old. Cityniece^How do you know '.'^^Hy her horns. Oh,to be euro; she has only two.^ - Life. Noticefor Publication. IT8. LAN DOFKICE, Helena Montans. May^^ Mul N'otlen is hereto given that tic^following named setth r has Uleil notice of his^Intention to mane dual proof In supitorl of his^claim, anil that fhIiI proof will be made beforo^t. O'Leary. I . b. Commissioner, at AnacouUa,^Mont , on July 18J4,Hugh I. Walker, whomade II. A. No. ui'.q for the S. \V. .see.^1' 1'p. 4 N.. K. II W. lisnames the following witnesses to prove^his continuous residence upon mid cultivation^of, saiil land. v.Z: .luhn W, Moran. Zab n M^(Jollier, William W. Harper, William curlls,^all of Anaconda. Montana. Anyp. is n who osstrot to protest asralutt^the aNowsjOjoa of loss proof, or was aojon of^any sulistiintlat reason, under Hie law an 1 the^renditions or tne Interior Destulsieat, wk|^such p'oof should n^t he allowed, w II ho g'.ven^nn opi oriutilt. at las above mentioned time^and place to cross-examine the witness of s tId^etalautat, an I to ant evidence lu rebuttal of^t'.iat s bul l ed hv claimant. s.A. tsWIOCF.rr, Ites.ster.^First publication M iy It, 1SX. wn.ts nor.r, M. n bkowxi kf, n. r. ^-M BEIIS,MARCl'S daly, I a. - Ail .1 cm. H0GEBROWN LEE ^ CO, BANKERS, BUTTECITY. MONT. HinklnRPnsluess. Fx.^thsf Cities ot Transacta Coneral^clatiuo Drawn on^Kuropo. CollectionsPromttly Attended To. CorresroBdents:Wol!s. Far^j It Co.. New^Tork; Wel.s, Inr.'ot Co., Salt l.;,k^: Wels,^Parf o ei' ^. San Kiane.it.-u; Omaha Nathan.!^Ii.tus, onuita; Plrst siatloaal Oaukai^S'lrst Naltoual I'.uik. Anaconda. P.A. LAIIGKT,C. H. PAI.sirtt. I'restYlco 1'icst f.M. BOBaBsTBt Cashier. m PAID IN CAPITAL, Sioo.ooo. BLTTP,Cor. flain snd Park St^. UnderState supervision and Jursdletloa.^Interest paid on t me dejioslts. It'iys anl^tells Foreign and Domestic Lxcliaure. TRANSACTA GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS BtnOTOM-P,A. Urjey, C H. Pstrrer, r},^Vi. tlisp.eton. A. II Ilnrret. 0, P Bootli, | u.^Le.v tt, K. K. WUsou, S. V, Kemper, I. M. sssfsaj* lllllllllllll!ll!lll!l!ll!lllllltllllllllllilllllllllllillllllllllllll!ll|j![||il||||!ll S:!^^^^^^^^* 'O* J-akt^il Z*9m**^= *^ ^ =iOOURON. ^ - turn30. COUl'OX 1PICTWESQUEWORLD'S FAIR. DieteTO*.Gtwr.AL^CCO R. DAVIS. ALLTHE^WORLD'S FAIR^GLORIES RCPaOOUCCDIN^WATER COLOKS ovTHE Orrici*'.PRtNTim ortmc WORLD'SCOLUMBIAN^EXPOSITION. CoodM VIM I folioof forany pa^l.l hl.oi i artup to sit^HS' Art rsrt-^!.^^'^^ ' e.vtu it.es, e ^ ^ . ;i. us andl'J ceats, Tin:IXCOKPAEABLlt, Tin:^prcssive, lie) trt.ly niarT IM us sosssr ^ ^f aaf v. uirer-^t.l.e 1 cutiuti). Three( otipons ant in cents iron I^for anv part from one nptos^\en^t.l.lMi sl a Oi AM1.1:IC-t, -OK. ThreeO: tnyvx pAik reiiponiI'll TLI nssnd M rents for BagUskWuttUe** Ss^^siB|issi,is!a)sjBJBS|sjaja3BBBlliBlIi llllii:!i!!!ll!llllllil!llllll!lllli;illili;[!lilllllllillil!i::!llliH JOS* . . m THEBEST OF ALL! THESONO. OF IM BASIN TOW.NSITE COMPANY, Toumay talk of far o.'f OoM Mining, Wheretho Salmon's waters roll.^Where) tho previous mstala ahintnrj. We!3twtrdled^how many a soul t^But tho Ion7 and tedious labor Triedtho soul ol boy and man;^While at DAd.'N aomo old nistnhbor Growqulta n:h on tho davolopmsnt plan, Kich,txx-suss hl^t board hill ended, Anyman ran ltvn a:iJ sava^Enjoylnri tho very chanco tntandod Forhim, Just this alda tbo 0ffaT%^Thoncih ho 13 no expert minor. Weekby wosk, hts purao \x f it'.onad,^(Than th;^ V: ilri-jt, non-s -a llnor) AndBAMXMTM FUTURE daily brlghtene-l, Baetand richos*. I Cin't vou credit ) GOLDand COPPER ram I^Whv do you hesitutu nnd draad It i7a neighbor's has boon there-;^GOLD for mill's tho nroatost blesslno;, Noarby, riches you should seek.^This id good I Own up, confesatnt, Thatat BASIN, thorn's no leak. Whilesomo folks are filming, fretting, Starttntjoff, on riches bont.^You should hasten, all p xin forgotUng, Pythtu iiood counsel sent.^To BASIN CITY. Pee the pricas| Learnhow easy 'tia to buy.^True aa prcachmrj, this is: FromM Agent should you fly. MANUFACTURINGAND SUPPLY CO. MAKUFACTUr.ERa niMNQ,MILLING ( r DEALERS HARDWARE, niNINO, S.-lELTINd, AND ... ^^^^^**. WORKS AT AWAmNOA '^^TOUL.B: ANACONDA AND OUTTE. min AM)SLPPUfids j.t. GARROhL Company ANACONDA.MONTANA^ilANUFACrrURElt3 OPJ. T. CARROLL, Oonsral Manager, Lumber,Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Moulding DEALERSIN FLOUR,HAY, FEED, GRAIN, GOAL* Bainand Sweet Wagons and Extras, Buggies, Carriages,^Road Carts, Harness, Saddles. Robes, Whips. Oliver Chilled and Steel Plow* AllKinds of Atrricultual Implements and Extras. mm -LiUY - BAKINGPOWDER AskVour tVaaar Par it. i i sctor* AndI'jlron /c Hunt Industrs-. Ilr't-ns. flfsat W.n. THORNTON, FireInsurance THEMONTANA ANACONDA,MONT.^Open^'! July 1, 1889.^UeoiJT.i i! Oct. 1, iu9a Boprst'Bt!n( Leading FORHIONAND AMERICAN^COMPANIES. ANACONDA.MONT. MontanaCentral Railway ThePopular Koute to.St. Paul.Chicago^New York anJ all Points Last. DRS.LIEBIG ^ CO., ThsWorld R^no^med 5pecl*ltatas PERMANENTOFPICBA^13 South Main Street, Ik leu.^8 Host llroadway, Hutte. Onocl the harMsoTi-st an-t mrnt Haj^^aant.r appol^itod hot^l* In the Ualtod^States Ttiorouohly lireprofjt and pro*^v.u'M wi'h elevators, aloctrlc baila. lire^alarm*, runn.no water, baths, steam heat,^open tire places an J all ntodeni conven- i^Lures. Bo ^m^ en sttlte ana i-lnalo. (Jul-^feni and service strictly :lrst-clas* Rates |^from Kl 50 per city upwards according^io siz* and character ol rooms occutieU. ManhoodRestored. Prescription LVXl'P.IDl'SSI.I KPIM. i tUs. KLtOANTDIMNO CAR*.^IMIOI.MtKKH TUl'KlaT *LI I fKK-*^OK U\IS LINK, ATLANTICBXPKBM l.csv.s BlirTI-rllM.KNA EXMRKSS Lv..^^flHlajl i^un^t i^\ ...os.^^J i^ p. CITYTICKET OFFICE. No.IO0 Y . St., Butte. EEFOREanoAFTER | 059 t\'|!MMktt cure (mi of all MfWM i It -oset, tu-li s^ ioti msnh ^u^i, | ,tlu^ In thu back, tetai-^ii il eaal^.iMns. u-tv us t*sh:ntv UDi!tn-*fs to r-riKil- 1 I' ^ \ ;..vfs .:^cs i,.t i-tr*-. up.riui-^..^^nt e ir^-. 5i |^-r Ixu. tlx iur S . b-. mils- fillII sealed, Manu'art'.ired by A. Au.eaJre,^l'art^ Ad i s a', mull to i^ s: .v.: ik^ ^ i Mti a Ol ^. Pol ALt'rtE Citt. \; FBWnCOJffltTT.TATtOS | 01 all JMM^^uSsflaa from cbrosia Diseases, Pi^lite^nr th i l ^ ^-. Bar, H -s^. I ..r ^at. Liter. MosMca,^K da ^^. I a or) ^i- ins. Nerreas ^nd 1-riTale^Aflectiout. I ^ ru 1 , lo^-reasui( number ol^'In M nmi .!^ tnand aresier tos-illttf* And.iot-i mn.^^ an -in, to wet whteh Pes. Uettig;^* ^ o bat il .i.ued umi-es in :h t e,y. H ey^^ii b-^ Inchargs o( a ^iu.v authorize f repre.^I re, win. ill report all .-omplK-u:ed c*tes^I'thi, woers aeaisson recordt are WIII SOSSS suit ilia treatment adopts-l.^ratfu btaaeh li.tTlim lit tp.-^-;^.lstt listiua IButtoi r la soaspextsoea areres^.;*^in ids. No '-xp..rlm -utln^ tiuiplv sppiyiuth*^li-aiv-i t UmI Uat Lines without U'lmN-r Iirai - . ^, ^,fjl, ih tlt ihe tat-ret of their^^uecett i ,li ^ r -.xt^U of uhni marreloin curee^i ^ - t '^ rep. rts I , t-^ !^een mads after^the best local Bbytlalaiia prououncod tteoi^hops a MKN Chroi - teetlotit, wh-ther from early^^ rs1....!!. \e':er,. i , ...... seslhlaJ Weait. hesa.Ins.o' M*i. ' ^^;.^^ . ^ siM other aS^^fss-iMns nshttlnf them from entovinc au.- of^Die pl't/turet ^r life, trsatej and cured utter^aheoiute ran ire by other-. l^rt, l.leb^c * Co.'a^reputatlea for tnsir urjpirailslsd success ta^lr-itl-i^ tee Dtsessts ^il Men It werid w'.ds,^sua tuey hart patloutt lu all parti of It. wolin I'uir laariaHat far arfeetioas ol W'ni. ii, hai a.i tt.s Utett appliance* and resis*^n et used tn ah the principal hospitals, and ta^sr t' o it ii superior on the coast. CATAIMxnd klalred affections of the^Eye. i!,j 1 nut tnccs^.^Uiy treated an.lla a in uinci to ^fl41| as te be aeceptablt)^lo the niott deVate child. Bran^ r splaal Heformlttet, t'tub Keof,^ste , aaav t ^^ i nsilifaatiea tuaranteed. ii Is . ill ..v ii U'lna r i t^. the^isr^e Bnaberof paiieots. hih.miiu ,-iignt^I t ouw-M eat to ,th * FnilutfiU ^pecia.itig^r.m stale t ell cate Dy letter. Careful attene^Hon tIsaea sat uedicui* ta I S,i ..ancet ^ecl by vxpoits. I.WuiTNfV. U.1*. A^ Mt I'a-L J.L. imtiii,^G. A.. L-'.. RegularVisits to Anaconda^AT THC MONTANA,^On ^3d and ftji of Each riontlb AWANT At^. IN THE I^. .STANDAKD . . I TRY AWANT AD. IN THE^. . STANDARD. . . t