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THEANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21. 1895.
GETTINGSEW NAMES Standard^Solicitors Doing Remark^^able Work These Days. HAVEHAD SPLENDID LUCK CirculatorT. E. Butler Tells a Few^Things That Are Sure to In^^terest Everybody In the^Northwest. Northernroad and Its tributary terri^^tory F. M. Jaooby handles what w^^^style the Helena district. ThereIs a small army of carriers^and newsboys not mentioned here, and^all of them working to hut one i mi of^daUvartag the Creator Standard to It*^11 .nit rs every day. 'FromAnaconda we go to llutte for^a few days and then we will descend^into the southern part of the state and^ctoss the line Into Idaho, carrying the^war Into Africa, where victory will, as^usual, pinh upon our Greater Stand^^ard.'' ABOUTTHE CITY. Acampaign for new subscribers to^the ^Greater Standard^ Is being con^^ducted throughout Montana and the^Northwest by ^General^ T. K. Butler of^the circulation department of this pa^^per. Though one of the most Impor^^tant branches of newspaper work, that^department known as the circulation^department is one which uttracts the^least attention from the average read^^er, and few understand what a busi^^ness It Is to build up a subscription^list, hold the subscribers, to see that^each one gets his paper regularly, and^lastly, hut not least, to collect the^money therefor. Mr.Butler, who was In this city^yesterday with a portion of his^^forces,^ was cornered last evening by^a Standard reporter and deliberately^pumped for Information on this inter^^esting subject. In response to a query^he said: Duringthe past two weeks l.MW new j^subscribers have been added to the list^of regular readers of the 'Greater^Standard.' We began work in Butto |^on June 3. one week after the enlarge-^men t of the paper, and in four days^secured 6:'0 new subscribers. In th'-^language of Grant, we propose to light^It out on tat* line If it takes all sum^^mer. There are now In the held l^i so^^licitors and collectors covering the ter^^ritory in which the Greater Standard i^has a Held without ^ rival nr com- |^petitor worth mentioning. This Held is^dally being enlarged and we are now^encroaching on the domain of the Salt^Lake Tribune and the Chicago dallies,^which are the only ones which dispute^our possession of the Northwest. Thefirst day in Butte \K new^names were secured, and, as 1 said,^6:10 were gained in four days. For this^work the force was concentrated in^Butte, and the result was a harvest.^When this was finished for the time^the band Of hustlers scattered; some^went east along the Northern Pacific^to Glendlve and are now working to^^wards Butte, others went north to Ita-^sin. lioulder and points on the Great^Northern line. The rest of us went to^Missoula, taking In Deer Lodge en^route, where M 'adds,' or additions,^were made. At Missoula everybody^fell Into line and we took orders until^our fingers facts**] with holding a pen-^ell. Three hundred names were put on^the carrier books there. The Bitter^Boot valley people received us with^open arms, and at ^MVOBjIvUlt, Ham^^ilton, Grantsdale, Darby and elsewhere^we found people only waiting for the^opportunity to enlist in our army. TheItinerary nf our journey led us^thence to Helena, where we only wait^^ed long enough to catch ^ train out j^for Great Falls. People there admit^that the Greater Standard is the best^paper in the state, and we may can^^vas there later in the year. We have^a good list there now among the busi^^ness and professional men and are sat^^isfied to lrt that suftlee for the pres^^ent. Inthe city by the falls of the Mis^^souri, the 'Pittsburg of the West.^ 415^subacrlbers were secured In four days^with scarcely an effort on the part of^the canvassers. Tho list at Belt was^trebled. Here again our little hand^was scattered. Some of them went to^Kallspell, others east on the Great^Northern, while Ghoteau county and^White Sulphur Springs, I.ewlstown,^Nelhart. Banker and points in the In^^terior will not he missed. Thosowho were still with me came^to Anaconda, where almost everybody^reads the paper, but we found 'M who^had remained out of the ark and were^reading their neighbors' paper by bor^^rowing or stealing it. But they all^piled In and are now regular subscrib^^ers, served by carrier. Asour experience goes, it Is no^trouble to get names for the Greater^Standard, every one has heard of it^and read it at some time. This is^probably due to the 'get there policy,'^which this paper has always shown.^No place Is so remote or too difficult^for us to send the paper and get it^there regularly. The lonely prospec^^tor finds his leisure houre enlivened^and keeps in touch with the outer^world by getting his paper when Tie^goes to mail. The sheepherdcr finds^It left along the trail by the mail cur^^rier and he reads It with the latest^market quotations. This policy has^been oft times demonstrated, notably^during tho great strike, when our hand^car express was the wonder ^.f tho^time, the overland express to Butte^City and the pony routes through the^suburbs of the cities, where we have^carrier service. Speakingof cairiers. MSdad* RM^that we have a delivery seiviee In^every town in the state that is of any^size. Anaconda, Butte. Great Falls,^Missoula. Deer Lodge. Hamilton, Liv^^ingston, Bozcman, Phillpshurg and Dil^^lon. In Helena we catch the afternoon^mai! and tho mail carriers take out the^pa pers. TheGreater Standard Is monarch^of all there is to survey in the news^^paper Held and has long since ceased^to boast of the Immense circulation^which is everywhere admitted, but any^one who is foolish enough to doubt it^can find lots of money which-says that^the Standard has three times the cir^^culation of any paper in the state.^More than that, it is all paid circula^^tion, outsid^ of the exchanges, there^are less than J^^^ complimentary papers^sent out. When 10,000 papers printed,^10,000 are paid for. In handling this^Immense ksSMB*** the territory has^been divided into six districts, over^each of which there is ^ mn rintendent^of circulation. The first Is the Ana^^conda, or homo office, which covers the^local carrier servii ^ and the foreign^mail list. Christopher J. Hotly is in^charge of the Anaconda division. Butteand Kastern .Montana is an^^other district, from which we handle^the business of North Dakota and^Wyoming. That is my headquarters,^and Messrs. J. .1. Hammil. W. 1!. Martz,^P.. 11. Powell and J. J. Kaiowlton are^mployOi there. The Standard has^more men engaged in the Butte otth^alone on circulation than other paper^In the state has for doing its entire cir^^culation business. T.1 Holmes, with headquarters at^Missoula, takes care of the west-rn^Si vision, in which are Philips burg, Mls-^IWOjhh Bitter Root valley and Northern^Idaho. The southern district is in charge of^Frank Mart* of Anaconda, and com^^prises all of Southern Montana and Idaho. Il-adquarters for Gnat Falls an I^N rihcn Montana are at Great Falls,^where H. V. Pratt makes hi* regular^trips. Out of Butte along the Groat liathsMontana Hotel barber shop, fSSi Dr.Chrtaman extracts teeth without pain. Milwaukeebeer at Daly A Marron's D.P. O'Connor Is In tni.i city from^McCune's camp. LeviDavis an t son came up from^Deer Lodge yestet la/. JosephH. llarp. r of Butte, arrived^last night from Phili|i:d-.ui'g. Thelines! butter on earth, lb cents, tub^rates less, at McKinnon A McKay's. 25percent, discount on all watches this^week at llninnierslotich's. Burt^ Packard, hand-sewed shoes,^only J4. worth $7, at the New York llai-^galn store. Watchglasses, 10 cents; main springs',^Hi watch keys, fre^, at the New T'ork^Bargain store. TheHulcseidal will meet on Satur-^lay afternoon with Mis. C. A. Tuttle at^.':::o o'clock Fharp. MajorDawson of llutt^, was hustling^business in Anac in l.i yesterday f^ r the^Great Northern road. MissMathes will open a summer^school on Mondav. Juno :'4. at th^^ Cen^^tral school ouilllng. Allmembers ^f the Choral society^are requested to UMOt at the Montana^hotel at l^:3^ o'eloe c p. m. Mrs.K. P. Kelly and two children ar^^rived yesterday from Fargo, n spend^the summer with h r parents, Mr. and^Mrs. H. H. Smith of Anaconda. Shooterswill find that Centennial^beer is the beat drink to keep their^sight keen and nerve steady. On MM^at all the best salo ms In the city. Staats^ McLean will open the Vien^^na cafe to the public Tuesday evening,^June 10. Lunch counter and private^rooms for ladles. Meals at all hours^and business men's lunch. 117 Main^street, Petritz block, opposite the Ox^^ford. Adeal was closed yesterday by which^J. D. O'Brien became proprietor of the^Deer Lodge house, at the corner of^Chestnut and Third streets, which he^purchased of Mrs. Flora Cushlng for^$4,100. There are two houses on one^half a lot. FltzPatrlck ^ Strickfadcn^made the transfer. WhileJ. T. O'Brien was unhitching^the fast horse owned by Fox ^ O'Brien^at their barn yesterday, the horse got^away from him and dashed down tho^alley, dragging the buggy by one tug,^which remained fastened. As the horse^turned on Locust street the buggy was^upset and badly broken. The horse^kept on gedng and was captured at the^race track. , Themembers of the Y. M I. were^very limy yesterday entertaining the^president of their order, J. T. Klerce ef^San Francisco. A c immittoo escorted^him about the city and last evening a^reception was held In his honor at tho^Y. M. I. hall. There wen a large at^^tendance of the members from the city^and a. delegation from Butte. A very^pleasant time w is enjoyed by all pres^^ent. The visitors from Hsjtti w^ re^Messrs. C. F. Kell, M. D. Leahy, Em^^met Kyan, Thomas O'Nell, Judge J.^J. Mcllatton and others. Arrivalsat the Montana yesterday^were: K. Z. Niekey, Bannark; A. J.^Belling. Chicago; J. A. McKwan. St.^Louis; H. Klein, Chicago: J. W. Lalng.^New York; F. Metzgar. Cincinnati; F. Kingman.II. Barbour. W. J. Hii k-^ett, J. K. O'Connor, Minneapolis; J. K.^Dawson. Butte: T. H. Pleasants. Hel.^ena; M. D. Leahy, Kmmet Ityan,^Thomas O'Nell. John J. Mcllatton. C.^F. Goddard, Butte; C. G. Aeret. Chi^^cago; L. A. King, Anaconda; D. P.^O'Connor, McCune; J. W. D. Moodlc,^Park City: J. V. Prosser, Davenport;^1). T. Haskett. Butte; C. A. Devoe. C.^L. Hodges, lT. 8. Army; Joseph H. Mar-^pi r. Butte. HOMESWANTED. HealK-i.n ^ Men Cannot Furnish Hon ^^fur All Who Want Thrm. JudgeFitzPatrlck. In speaking of th^^growth of Anaconda yesterday, said: Ifully believe that in the past six^weeks 1.000 people have come to Ana^^conda b^ make It their home. We have^not had a vacant house to rent In a^month, and those now renting which^the occupants expect to vacate to take^new homes that they are building, are^rented and money paid on them In ad^^vance to hold them. Tho demand for^houses comes, not so much from people^whit have lived here, but from strang^^ers. Well. loe^k at It, the Standard pub^^lished a list of ion new dwellings being^erected a few weeks ago. Every one of^them is tenanted and still 50 more could^be rented by to-morrow night. They^are here and kipping their families^elsewhere because they cannot secure^quarters for them. The estimate is not^out of thewayat all that there are 1,000^more people In Anaconda than there^were last spring. Hascbalfgoodsat L. A. King's. Goodfurnished rooms for rent at No^fM East Front street. waish^x hagan 15tJMI S [KELT aNICONDa Dealersin FarmImplements, Harness,Saddlery, Etc. Weare over stocked^writh SWAN RIVER MINES. NoFlattering Report* I r in That Onre^Kmuous IHstrtrt. Thela teat news from the stamped ^^ i^^^Swan river is to the effect that the^rush of men Into that country Is about^over and was fruitless so far as gold^discoveries were concerned. There are^many rumont current, however, of gold^discoveries at points between Garrison^and Kalispell. but nothing tangible has^been reported. Prospectors are. how^^ever, flocking Into that section, and a.^^the snow disappears, examining the^ground closely. Many ln. ations will he^made this ummer. but little f|ovo|aa^^ment work done, because the advent of^a railroad in there will materially^cheapen the expenses connected with^such ventures and work will be posi^^tioned. The locators will seize the most^promising prospects and hold on to^them for tho present. THESHOOTISTS. 3\4Wajona, anJ Will sell the-i4 on hand AT COi*T TO CLEAR. WeHandle ^^Studebaker'^Best oo Earth. Wagons, TheyAre Kegliinliig to Arrive for the^Creat Tuurii:iuti^nt. TheAnaconda Hod an 1 Hun oluh tour^^nament will open at the park at 9.J0^o'clock this morning. The shooters began^to corr.e In yealordas. and they all re^^port that more are on the way Amonn^those who are now here are Messrs. II.^Barbour, W. J. Hlckett. .1. K O'Connor,^Dr. T. II. Pleasants of Helena; V. Mi -^Cowan and William Neil of l'lilllpatHirK.^C A. Devol und C, L Ho lues of Missou^^la. The llutle delegation will drive over^from Hollo to-day. Inorder to give all shooters a chance^to win on the dally and the tournament^averages, the shoots No. I and No. 3. and^all shoots for averages, will be kept open^until noon to-day. so thai lota arrivals^will have an opportunily to i nter them. FORTHE FOURTH. Noticenf Ilis.nltitlnn of Partnership. Hiecu-partnership Heretofore 'listing be^tween Joseph achat! and John J, Wegener, of iiieI sioa Hot Halt no Main st , Ai ^^Ii.in t,n- il.o ti 'en iii^uived t^) mutual consent^.in..n J i','-ner assumes all liabilities of sahl^eo-t ariaertatp. sad ail debts due so l coming^to in*said ttraara tabs paM teJaaaJ. wag.^eaer. at I'nloa Beer Hah. NO Main St . Ana^i-ondaJOHN x'HATT. JOHNJ. MlQWXMM. HatedJuno lj, 1*^. JudgeUeWolfe Will Uellver the Oration -^Wanteit, ^ I'yroteehnleatt. TheI'ourth of July committees met last^evening but did not complete their la^^bors and will nicoi again to-day at .1^o'clock at Frank Kennedy's store. Jmtge^Stephen Do Wolfe of llutte City has been^Invited to deliver the oration, and has^accepted. The committee, or Chulrman rankKennedy, would like to hear from^some man who understands the discharge^of pyrotechnlcal displays, to take charge^of the fireworks. There will be u magnlll-^cent display made. DEGREESCONFERRED. NineteenCandidates for Honors at the^Amerlran Catholir I'nlverslty. Washington.June ^i ^The commence^^ment exercises of the American Catholic^university, marking the dosing of the^sixth year of that Institution, took place^In the puhllc lecture hall of the Divlnily^building to-day. Hlshop Keane presided,^and the exercises were opi m il with an^oration by Doctor O'Uormun. dean of tho^divinity faculty, who presented the candi^^dates for degrees, of which there were^hi. Mgr. Sutolll, when they were called^upon by Hie bishop, received their de^^grees to make profession of the faith. In^accordance with the decree of the coun^^cil of llaltlmore. For this purpose Ilea^creed of Pope Plus IX. was Selected, and^It was read by Doctor Lucas, one of the^graduates receiving the D. D. degree, on^behalf of himself and other graduates.^All of them touched the book of the gos^^pel. The degrees were then conferred by^the papal delegate. Mgr. Satolll's ad^^dress to the graduates followed, and the^exercises closed with a brief speech by^Bishop Keane. HandHall Champions. Thehandball tournament wdll open at^Cordon ^ Leary's court on Front street^Siiturduy. The winners will he declared^rhamploiiB of Anaconda, and will receive^a handsome, silver cup. The winners will^at once challenge any team In Butte or^Montana to play for any sum on July^4. for the championship of the state.^Players who wish to engage In the tour^^nament must leave their names at Gor^^don ^ Leary's to-day. Thrownt'roni Ills Wheel. JimmleLeonard was thrown from his^bicycle on Main street yesterday and^fell, dislocating his right arm. The men^moving the frame building off J. T.^Quigloy's lot had ropes stretched, over^which wheelmen rodo safely several^times, but Leonartl was not so lucky^and was thrown heavily to the ground.^Dr. St. Jean attended to his injuries. TheLadles. Thepleasant effect and perfect safety with^which ladles may use the t alifornla liquid^laxative. Syrup Of Klgs, under all conditions,^makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true^and t'euuiui' article, look for tho name of tho^(alifornla r*lf *yrup Co., printed near the^bottom of Hie nackaije. Caarlialtoylen wide to announce to the^iblia that he Is agent for tlio ^Once A Week^^library, lor Information call at tho Hal House,Carrol. Anaconda,Juno 21, 1895.^Bids will bo roceived at my ottico until^0 p. in. Wednesday, Juno ^'1, for tho erec^^tion of aeiiurch building for tho Christian^Church society. W. W. IIVSLOP,^Architect. Wh.n In Hutte lunch at Sherman's. ANew Thing for Anaconda. Heretoforetickets to the East have^b, oi ubtainabl ^ only \ i i the Northern^routes or by the Short Line. Since^May 1st, liuivvir. arrangements have^been made whereby round-trip tickets^to the East can now be secured via^Salt Lake City and the famous Rio^Grande Western railway. ^Great Salt^Lake Route.^ The trip from ogden to^Denver via the scenic route Is the^grandest to bo found anywhere on this^continent. No European trip of equal^length compares with it In variety and^grandeur of scenery and wealth of^novel Interest. Teachers and others^who Intend taking advantage of N. E.^A. rates to Denver should see that^their tickets are routed via the Bio^Grande Western. That line has two^fast express trains dally and is noted^for the elegance of Its equipment and^the perfection It has attained In Its^service. It Is the most perfect lino of^railway in the West. Business Lots. TwoFull Lots on K;tstl'ark. aUob... TwoComer Lots^on Birch Street... $2,100$5,500 Modtnlat the Hat.^The Orand cafe. It's here to stay,^and we'll continue to be the leading^restaurant of the town. A fine dinner^with wine will be served every day for^25 cents. IrishSocieties' Picnic. Fourth of July. Bidswill be reoeired up to and includ^^ing June M for lunch ot and. ice cream and^fruit atand and all other privileges at^above picnic. Address, GAKKETKIKHY, Anaconda. Wholesalefruits. Bitter Hoot straw ber-^nea and green vegetables. J. H. Fussy,^Missoula. Forplumbing and beauaf sas i- K^HasJey, -l - Oak s r Leaveorders for coal oil and gaso^^line at Archie Neil's i.ows-.i,nd. !01^Commercial avenue. J. L. F. Gc.vais. Calland see the handsome premiums^that are 1 tiered 10 subscriaort to the I-TANDARD. Unathousand new knives at L. A.^King's, and you can haveany oneof thaui^for 50 cents. KOOMS1 ^ :; PF.TKITZ HLILH-^INC, MACON DA. ThereIs^A Law InVermont, ami a very^stringetit one. against the^adulteration of Mapta Sit^ar^or Syrup. TheVenuonters are very^proud of the reputation made^by their Maple products, ami^they mean to keep to their^high stand in I Consequently^adulterated Maple Sugar is^rarely found in that State.^We purchase our Maple ^ulnar^anil Maple tiffin in Vermont^direct from the mauufact^urer, and can guarantee that^there is nothing lit It but the^pure Sap Ot the .Maple,^ouo gallon can V^ ruion'. l ure Maple syrupII ill One-halfta Ion ean of the same v.^Onn gallon can good Mapln^^rup IIS^on '-half fallen can Rood Maple syrup, no 10-gal.keg fancy drli^ syrup..$.1 i^i - gal. keg faney drip syrup 1 l-a.nl.can faneydrlii syrup tin '-gal. ran fancy drip syrup ; Veal,can fancy drip syrup 'JO Maplesugar.'! It* i-g.il.can fancy New 1 irieans molasses. ^r^^11 gal can fancy New Orleans molasses to '1-gal can Mack strap molasses 35 .n-lh. pall jellyI -''Mb.pall jolly kj .Vlh.pall jelly W '.Mb. cans jelly1 in 5-ln.pall preserves 73 :-lb.glass jars pressrves and orange marmelaiie 25 Wekeep nothing but the best Hermi^^tage 6 year-old whiskey, per gal 3 00 I'.ei.a\ Lillard T-yeapulil whiskey, per i;al3 50 Iupul's Cognac bramb. per gal.... .1 ^^^Blackberry brandy, fur medicinal use, jer gal: 50 Wlues: Angelica, old purl, sherry uud Kelsllng.per gal 1-3 Claret,5 years old. per gal 50 Arare treat for lad ies Kaspberrywlae, per gal3 Hurke'sImported stout, per doz'.' 50 Passale, per dozj;^) Woalso bandit Uin famous St Louis beer,^KudwrltT. pale ale nod standard, also^home Industry Anaconda beer. Our line of^1 ouors Is complete. Weare now receiving dally shlpmsnts of^- rawberres. raspberries and other fresh^fruits and vegetables, w hich we are selling^at verr low prices. (archil attention given to mall orders^floods guaranteed a*, rapraaetiud. MacGalium ^ Cloutier DI-WICast fark Hemic K mmJEWELRY CO., WATCHMAKERS^and JEWELERS - Carrythe Larqost and Finest^Stock ol Diumonds, Watcfa.au,^Jewelry and Silverware ANACONDA,flONT. ElaclloaMotive. Noticela hereby given lo tho olectors of tho^city of Auacond 1 that a special eseJtlon will M^held In said city on SJsoday. Me .'tth day ol^Juno, A. !^., 18'.^, When the lUMtion of Hk^Issuance of the bonds of the city in Hie sum ol^thirty-four thousand dollars IIM.uuoi for the^purpose of purchasing a site tor and tQo erect Ion^and nirutshUiE of a city hall for said city, win^be submitted to the vote of the electors of the^city. The city council, ot the city of Anaconda^havo by reserutlon, duly passsd and approved^by the mayor of said city, ordered tbat only ono^|k)lllni place shall bo open at said eleotlntt. to^wit, at ine present city hall. At the said e^c^Hon tickets will be provided In accordance with^taw luid shall contain tbe words: ^Bonds Yes^snd ^Bonds No ^ The election shall lie ess^ducted and tbe returns made and esnvassed as^provided by law for other city ele ctions. Itshall not be necessary for those electoti^having reglslorea for the city electlua held 011^April sth. isao. tu again register for this see la^election. For those electors who had not rag.^stored for said elec Ion the great reguter ..f^^10 city of Anaconda h .11 0 ^ kept olcu for tw ^^lays prior to tlie day of ihe sjieclal election^tbove ordered. Duenotice will be .'Iv. u ot tbe tlm ^ and place^^f such registration by Me registry agents for^.he city. Hyorder ef ths city eouactl of Ihs oily of^anaconda.T. O'UUBY, DatedMas -.11 :. !:^^.t.'ltv ^:ietk DROP Woarc making unusual^ellorts to reduce our atccst^o: Dre^.s Uooda to the^lowest possible point l)j-^loro our semi-annual in^^ventory in JULY Costnot considered^Rapid riddance the only^object aimed at. IN Wewill 8-11 5 $11^Patterns lor Drss $5.00 DressGoods TO-DAY HONDAY Wewill put on salo a manufacturerssample ot^Ingrains, 3 ply. Tapeatry.^Body Brussels and Velvet^Carpets, at a fractional^part of their real value.^See them in our 3rd win^^dow. NaturalFrench Crepon^Colors Navy. Tan, Drown^Old Rose and Mauve. oOOyards Fancy Dress^Goods such as has hers^tofora brought 73c, lor ATTHE 45C C.C.C.Co HalfWool Jacquord^Suiting3 in Dluminated^Mixtures, Plain Colors and P..1 K 15ca yard Material^ Botries, Mo^hairs Cheviots. Serges^^ill^ Mixtures and Novelty Goods. 1,000yards Delaine, 34 incheswide ioca yard Greatvariety of Pat^^terns and Colors. $1Moiro Silks lor 50C Morethan a dozen hand^some Colors 500yards '^!0-inch Kaiki^Silks, Stripes and Checki, 25ca yard Thevwill Wash. 1.500 YardsStandard^Prints, to-day at^per yard 4c Lessthan halt prices. This is^the best lot we arc ever likely^to have at that price. 27-inchWash Silks^with White and Colored^Figures 37i-2C a yd 1,500 yards CHnjcle iPUs3e,a charming sum^^mer fabric ioca yd 30inches wide and^Fast Colors. T.1 Taffeta Silks in j SK^Ss^KS Dttk Suits, Bien or Bluer, $2 QualityDresses 80cAnv oi our Finest $12.50, $15 and^$17.50 Patten Hats to-day $10. 7 fini Itaclclntoshes thatwero $tO, Will be^sold to-day for $5each ImportedWraps, Mack and Colored^at about halt price. J.T. CARROLL COMPANY. f ~^--ANAGONL)A, MONTANA, ^'-a Manufacturersof Lumber, Lath, Shingle*, Doors, Windows, Moulding. Dealers to Flour, Hay,^Peed, drain, Coal, Bain and Sweet Wagons and Lxtras, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts.^Harness, Saddles. Robes, Whips, Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows. stateAgents for ^COMMON SENSE^ BOB SLEIGHS AND CUTTERS. TIITTI F Manufacturing and sSS Supply Company. STORESAnaconda and Butte. Hardware, Mining, Smelting aUfP [MMWON] m Sup plies. GEO.BARICH, EastFark Ave., - Anaconda Newlines of Hata, Capa, Shoes, Trunka^and (intra' FurnishiDga foraummer wear, ^LOWESTI'KICES IN THE tlTX. THEOXFORD... TbeFinest Liquors and Cisjare.^Milwaukee (leer on Draught. L0WKVa NQtMY, rropa. TRYA WANT AD^IN THESTANDARD WWWWW WtfWWWW W WW WWWWWWWWWWiV DON'TMISS THIS^- Fora fpw days, or as Ioiik us it lists, we will sell a^regular lij^c quality of l^ress (iingliaui at TenYards for 50 Cents. =3 Anew I A of Chamois (lloves, which formerly sold^it tUft at OneDollar a Pair. The^o ^o Bo Store, 217Commercial Avenu.-, Anacondi^illililiiiiiiiiIUiUlsiiU^itiiUiil iU. ^^ ^^ Iff9 w WW Iff iWV mOVBsJIONALiakos pit.n. ^. fatafffi Physicianami Mirgtou ot f*t. Ann a HostUal. iifBOB.ue\t te Mnnl.ini Hotel, Mucon'.i. Moot. qu.OldOKUt! ft uol0las. I'hysiciao and Suri;oou. Ofnc*^^Ter Smith Urn* Co. s store. Auaronla.^I'.c^:.I' rv^, Ma.:: str.vi ANACONDA. Classifiedtuslnetj Directory. D.a BitOWNtXL. Proprietor. w SBSSm stasia 4 Buggies, Horse* and Saddles tor Mir* Slaa proprietor ot Passeojar, Ban sea aaS^2Liyraaa l ^ i'oaaevt:tM sails Blsritaail trains, : Office and Stable. First SC. AoKoaea JANACONDA MEAT CO. UE^ C. |.'. . h ^ PreslUeat.^V u in utm, Mjr and Treas^I i:v^k L ^^Mini, -.vretarj^.^Dlr-Mor,- Geo C, Hr^deriCK, A. W.^Buraett. Joha Weaker. WholesUe and KetaU Dealers to Beef,Porn, Mutton and Veal,^otttssto roiiritr \no pisi 827E. Firat strcot. - Anaconda UTeryand Uoarolpsj SUbisa, Fir.t-dassTurnouts at Heaaocaole_Bataa: -V..1*Hor^s and Teams WRB or Wltaeut^^ ^An ..^ u.'.a. Montana DD TWOliY. Proor. airtiK^^:\s. 1 3 QKMKKrsON. ArTORNEY-AT-LAW.^OSfeet Ulser block. Main street, Anaeoada. COMMERCIALHOTEL c^R\fcl^ THIKO anJ MAIN SJ5.. anaconda Tkithoist*, havtai been taoroaeUy neat^^sted. la aow opaa to tbe pub a. . Katas Bar rtUr.k'aut paui c*i^ia raspe cthili i^sy