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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1895.
3 BLUEROCKS KILLED KS^rHIHAXD BALL VIC iMabel Nell. Mary and Oarer Leiser,^Kathleen Maxwell, (.eorse end Annie^I Linaley, Nora Walkup. Clara Salisbury.^Gladys Blair, Stella Surprenaal, Ruth^Htm, Lottie and' Master Suelley Tuttle,^Jews Cotien, Harry Donahoe. Mariruery^Tuttle, Ennis Snyder and Horion Ken^^nedy. A bounteous and delightful luach^was served and the picnic was^grsatly en^^joyed by all SomeVery Goods Scores Made at the^Park Yesterday. MOREENTRIES TO THE LIST AttentionWill Be Given to Live^Targets To-Day and a Large CrowdExpectod-^Scrub^^Answered. Auoluerday of sport was on joyed by the^shot gun enthusiasts yesterday at the^park. The weather was favorable, though^the western breeie continued, it was not^so strong as to interfere with the shooting,^but rather made the conditions pleas-^anter. There were several new shooters,^among them Dan Jasper of Untie, M. 11.^Urownleo and George Bartlett ol Ana^^conda. Tho live bird team shoot was^postponed until to-day, and therefore^most of tho sport to-day w ill be at living^targots. Fivo extras were shot, which^were a feature of the day's shooting.^They will not llgure in tho averages. Therecords mado yesterday were as^follows: Kvont No. 7, fl i added, entrance^:., I i, 10, and I^ pur cont., 1. single^blue rocks. Pleasants 11, Jaeger 'J, Clark^8, McGowan 10, Urownlee 4, Rockefeller '^^,^J. Neu II, Barbour U, Stephens 7. Uevol^ti, Bickott 5, O'Connor ti. Conley Ki, Den-^nison 8, Rogers IS, Tuttlo II, Bartlett 1-. LventNo. H was passed and No. 'J was^taken up. It consisted of 20 singles, en^^trance $3, $20 added. Tho score card is:^Dennison lti, Bartlett 11, McGowan 11,^Brownlee 8, Rogers, 12, l'loasaots U, Tut^^tlo 14, Rockefeller 12, Conloy 14, Jaegor It,^J. Nou 11, Harbour 11, Collins 11, Clark 17,^Stephens Hi, (juane 13. Thenext was No. 10 on tho programme,^the Anaconda novolty, known traps and^angles, U singles, entrance $2, $15 added,^netting 40, 20 and 10 per cent. Conley 11,Jaegor 7, Bartlett 10, Barbour 5,^Nou 10, Rockefeller 8, McGowan 10,^Pleasants Tuttlo 11, Collins8, Brown-^lco '^^, Dennison 11, Rogers 11, Twohy 11,^Bickett 7, Clark 9, Quano 7, Stephens 8,^Cowan 10. Acitiiens' purso of $15 added, entrance^$2, 15 single blue rocks, known angles,^next claimed attention. The puyse was^divided by the usual per cents. Neu 11,^Bartlett 10, Jaeger 10, Barbour 13, Conley 12,Twohy 8, Rockefeller 11, Collins 8,^Pleasants 13, Brownlee 0, Tuttle 13, Mc^^liowan 13, Cowan 12, Clark 12, Stephens^10, O'Connor 9, Dennison 13, Bickett 6,^Rogers 11, Thomas 7, Burnham 9. No.12 was the team shoot, open to three^lionallde members of any regularly organ*^ized gun club. Seven teams entered.^B irnhanti, Duvol ti, Thomas 9. total 21.^( ouley 11, Tuttle 11, Dennison 12, total 34.^Cowan 11, Jaeger 11, Miller 2, total 24.^Clark 13, Stephens 10, Rogers 5, total 28.^Pleasants 11, Barbour 13, O'Connor 6,^mtal 30. Twohy ft, Bartlett 8, Rockefeller^7, total 24. Hansen 11, Brownlee 3, Col^^lins 13, total 27. Intho four shoots, Nos. 7, 9, 10 and 11,^which Ugurcd in the avorages the records^stood as follows: Putting Tuttle first,^51, and Conley, second, 50; Dennison third,^48; Rogers fourth,47; McGowan, 47; Pleas^^ants, 4ti; Clark, 46; J. New, 13; Bartlett,^43; Barbour, 42; Rockefeller, 40; Jaeger,^H| Brownlee, 27. These out of a possi^^ble G5. Thefollowing curt note from Butte was^received at this office last evening: Pleasecorrect scores of first day's shoot^at Anaconda, on best averages, including^Nos. 2, 3, 4,5 and 6 shoots: Wright, first,^78: J. Conloy, second, 76; J. F. Cowan,^third. 7LA Scrub. Scrubhas successfully juggled the^ilgures and secured the result which he^calls a correction by adding the records^made In the team shoot event No. 6,^which does not figure in determining the^daily averages. It would be manifestly^unjust to count tho records made by^shooters in team work, for it is not al^^ways possible for all tho shooters in the^tournament to get in a team. Scrub will^therefore find that the score as given by^tbe Standard was correct and is compiled^from the results in shoots No. 1, 2,3, 4 and^5. Evqnt No. 1 figures in daily average,^but not in tho grand average, which em^^braces nearly all the shoots of the tourna^^ment. Inthe race for the grand average Con^^ley still leads, having 123 to Tuttle's 112^and Pleasants 110, Rogers 119, Barbour^98, McGowan 111. WHERE TO WORSHIP TO-DAY. ABOUTTHE CITY. Paths- Montana Hotel barber shop, 25c.^Dr. Chrisman extracts tsetb without pain.^Milwaukee beer at Daly * Marron'a. D.J. Tallant, of Great Falls, is in tbis city. DanJaeger was in this city yesterday^from Butte. J.C. Stump, of San Francisco, is in^Anaconda. J.P. Kerrigan came in from Hamilton^last evening. C.D. Joslyn, of Deer Lodge, was in^Anaconda yesterday. 25per cent, discount on all watches this^week at Hammerslough's. CharlesEmsley, tbe Missoula taxider^^mist, was In Anaconda yesterday. Tbefinest buttsr on earth, 25 cents, tub^rates less, nt McKinnon A McKay's. WilliamScanlon and M. Kirkoatrick,^of Butte, were in this city yesterday. TbeAuacouda Fire department will^meet Monday night. Important business. P.J. Met.rath, of Hamilton, formerly of^Anaconda,-:s visiting frisnds in this city. LostA bunch of keys. Finder will be^suitably rewarded by leaving same at this^office. ToeChristian church services will be^held to-day in the Scandinavian church,^at the corner of Fifth and Cedar streets.^Preaching at 11 o'clock, ^Trust;^ Sunday^school at 2:3) o'clock, and preaching at 8^o'clock, ^Marching orders. Servicesas usual at St. Marks church^to-day. Morning prayer at 11 o'clock and^evening prayer at 8 o'clock. St. Mark's^choir will bo assisted by Miss Mitchell of^North Dakota and Miss Brownlee of this^city. The musical programme will be as^follows at morning prayer: Hymn671Dykes VeniteGoodson GloriaGoodson ToD.'iimJackson JuuiuiteAldrlch Hymn0.Mason Kyr.e^Klvcy GloriaTlblTallis Hymn5'J7Oliver Msttoryduet. ^Tho Lord is my Shepherd Smart Presentationof AlmsOld 100th Hymni:iLaugran EVENINGI'KAYEK. Hymn13Tallis GloriaAnon lionam EstAnon NuncDiruittlsGregorian Hymn1JWeber (ilWtorysolo. ^Lost Chord''Sullivan Presentationof AlmsOd luotli HymnBradbury 1'heservicesat tho Prosbyierian church^'^^^lav will bo at tho usual hours, 11 a. in.^and I p. in. Sunday school at 12:10. En^^deavor mating at 7 p. m. The subject of^the evening sermon will be, jloinori,^tho Brilliant Failure^^a sermon to young^men. Special music has been prepared^for this evening. A I are welcome. Preachingto-Jay. morning and evening,^at the M. E. church. During the past^week tho church has been thoroughly^el-aueJ mid tho seats reset, giving moro^room. All are cordially invite ! to tbe ser^^vices. G. M. Ryder, pastor. Mr.and Mrs. Gillespie, of Alder street,^are the happy parents of a daughter, born^yesterday. Thebest cigar that struck this city^yet is the Spartan cigar. For sale at^Foskett's. GeorgeP. Wellcome and wife returned^home yesterday from their wedding tour^of California. Prof.Kennicott and Messrs Beauvet^and Salisbury officiated at a dance in^Deer Lodge at tbe pavillion on Friday^night. WilliamNeu and C. E. Hymer drove^over from Philipsburg last evening and^will take part in tbe closing days shoot at^the park. E.D. Kent came over from Granite^yesterday. He has several bouses over^there which be Is thinking of moving to^Anaconda. Losee^ Maxwell have received tbe iron^fixtures for a new front which will be put^in their store with plate glass windows in^a very few days. J.A. Johnston of Deer Lodge dropped^in on Anaconda last evening. He is^swinging araund the circle from Butte on^his way homeward. GeorgeSmith was convicted of stealing^a watch and a blanket from S. D. Root,^the second hand dealer. He was sent to^Deer Lodge for 45 days by Judge Fill^gerald. JohnToohey returned yesterday from a^trip to old ^Miixoori^ and other points^down east. He says tbe corn Is looking^fine and tbe outlook for the 'possum crop^is the best in years. MissMat tic K. Evans has returned from Calforniamuch benefited in health by^her stay in that climate. Mrs. J. Ross^Clark and family also came from Califor^nia yesterday for the summer. Staats^ McLean will open the Vien^^na cafe to the public Tuesday evening.^June 10. Lunch counter and private^rooms for ladies. Meals at all hours^and business men's lunch. 117 Main^street, Petrltz block, opposite the Ox^^ford. JohnW. Simpson and Miss Hilma A.^Lundquist were married last evening by^Justice Cenroy at his office in tbe Petriti^block. Tbis was Judge Conroy's first ex^^perience at trying the knot matrimonial,^and the witnesses say it was an even race^whether he or the bride blushed the most^but he performed the ceremony in a man^^ner entirely satisfactory to all concerned. Thoarrivals at tbe Montana yesterday^were: Geo. P. Wellcomoand wife. Home;^W. M. Warder, Spokane; A. B. Calislier.^San Francisco; E. G. Jones, Baltimore;^F. W. C. Whyte, Butte; J. H. Butler. Chi-^cago; Dan Jaeger, ^ I no. F. Cowan, W. J.^Nutter. Win. Scanlon, M. Kirkpatrick,^Butte; D. J. Tallant, Great Falls; J. ('.^Stump, San Francisco; f\ F. Goddard,^Butte; E. L. Holt, Denver; D. P. O'Con-^ner, McCuns; Jos. P. Kerrigan, Hamilton;^Marcus Daly, city. Ho!Cor Sallrs' I'srk.^Grand opening picnic by tbe Scandinavians^Sunday afternoon and eveulni: st sailes' park,^under tho niai.agemeut of Messrs. Johnson ^^Jobnson. Dancing free to all. Musie by Urn-^man ^ Gettlngs i odic everybody and have a^good time I. J Fleming will run a tour-horis^team an I an ^^an: bus to and from the^grounus afternoon and evening. The Sksndis^Glee club wl.I give some fln^ selections, which^promises to he a great musical treat. Wholesalefruits. Bitter Root strawber^^ries and green vegetables. J. H. Fussy,^Missoula. Forplumbing an I neatur ses J. A^Usslev. 215 Oak street. Durkinand Neelin Down All Comers^in the Game. WONTHEI.EARY-GORDONCUP Haila I'm air. MissesEleanor Kennedy and Francis^Winston gave a ;^ic:uc at the park on^Wednesday to a number of their young^friends. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Win^^ston assisted by a few of the mammas,^chaperoned tho party. vMsA consisted of Walsh^5c hagan 19Mil STREET. ANttONDA Dealersin FarmImplements, Harness,Saddlery, Etc. Weare over slocked with OpenChallenge to the Stato-lt Is^Possible That a Sharp Contest MayFollow Soon Foundry^Men and Baseball. Anaudience of more than 150 people^witnessed tbe handball series, for the^silver cup donated by Gordon A Leary.^The games were played last evening on^the court at their place, on Front street.^The cup Is a very pretty silver trophy and^the games uavo created considerable ox-^eitement among the patrons of this sport.^Several of the teams have been practicing^for weeks to prepare for the event. Tbegame was called at ti o'clock. The^first teams up wero James Fitspatrick^and Pat Gibbons, who played against^John Durkin and Jack Neelin. The latter^team wou, scoring their 21 aces to their^opponents IS. Neelin then retired and^James McNulty entered with Durkin in^tbe next match, and they played^and beat all coiners. M. Morley^and Pat Mcliugh want down before^them having but It when the champions^went out. A toain from tho Tuttle^foundry, made up of two boys who had^played handball dow n east, was shut out^without an aco to their credit. The paco^was too swift for them. Whenthe championship of the city han^been decided in team play, tho champ^^ions divided and played against each other^for the possession of the cup. Durkin^won ithandily. Achallenge has been issued, open to^the state, for tho winning team of yester^^day to play on July 4. Butte lias several^courts and a number of crack players, so^that a match game on thy day is among^tbe possibilities. Tbepattern makers at the Tuttle^foundry are talking up a game of base^^ball between the north side and the south^side men. Gettinga Jury In Chicago.^From tbe Chicago News JudgeBurke had some difficulty with^the material that was called jury service^in bis court this morning. Themen did not grade high, and some^of them returned strange answers to com^^mon questions. As, for example: One^man who was asked what the terra de^^fendant meant, said it meant ^mind your^own busines.^ Another candidate for^jury service declared that ^defendant^^referred to the lawyer. Ifyou were taken as a juror,^ asked^the court, addressing a third man, ^what^would you expect to do^ Why,find the man guilty, of course,^^was the ready answer. All three men^were excused. BrothersWin Klsters.^Another wedding is to take away an^Anaconda girl to Deer Lodge, Will Fisher,^deputy clerk and recorder, is the groom^and the bride is Miss Birdlnia McFar-^land. Only a short time ago County^Clerk John Fisher, carried away Miss Me-^McFarland, and now comes William,^his brother, and claims Miss Birdina, a^sister to Mrs. John Fisher. Deer Lodge^is getting even for the citixsns who como^to Anaconda. MineralLocations.^Butte, June 21.^Notices of tbe following^mineral locations were filed with the^county clerk and recorder to-day I Burlingtonplacer, Independent district, by^John Noyes. Palmettolode, 10 miles south of Butte, by W.^E. Lane. Independentlods. In Fish Creek Park, by .1.^W. and J. 1. Pl.t man. Whiteplacer, at tbe mouth of German gulch,^by Charles s. Warren and C C Fil ler. Adn.lraiMeade lode, by Patrick Conlon,^John Brannlgan and .lames W. Murphy. 3-4 Wacjons, ana will sell the^4 ~n bsni A i COST 1U Business CL.LAR. WeHandle ^Studebaker^ Wagons.^Best on Earth. ImportantNotice. Anyon^ whose name was not ^lven correctly in^the printed registration list, may have the same^c ^rr c ed on apndeation to tbe reentry clerks,^mio will si: at the i Ity Clerk's ofllo between^!' ^^^ r* ol s and 1.^o'clock Monday ^ornlug.^June .4, las.^' Allthose who failed to register wm hare an^otipot tunlty to do so rturini; tnesam* hours. Vt 'MATT Dl'BREY, K.T. WILLIAM-,^Regj^::y Agents. AndBoth Are Right. Fromthe Chicago Tribune.^Uncle Allen Spark's is learning to ride a bicycle. Tbedifference between Col. Davy^Crockett and me,^ be muttered, wabbling^from side to side while taking his third^lesson, ^is that I've got to go ahead be^fore I'm sure I'm right. * f Modlnlat the Bat. TheGrand 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 25cents. Takingeffect IsMMfMW tho Mon^^tana I'nlnii train 102 will leave Ana^^conda at 2:20 p. m. Instead of 2:J0 p. m. TurnersAttention.^Kvery member of the Turn Verelu Is hereby^reuuesteil to be present at a special meeting^Sunday evening at - o'clock sharp at their hall,^as very Important business win corns before^the Verein to be acted on. By order or vice^president.B. HAUEKELD. Shortestline, best service, elegant^equipment, on the Butte, Anaconda oj^Pacific railway. Street car tickets free. Lots. TwoFull Lots on^East Park. 1-1 TwoCorner Lots^am Birch Street. . $2,IOO$55000 Baseballgoods at L. A. King's. Goodfurnished rooms for rent at No.^605 East Front street. aNew Thing for Anaconda. Heretoforetickets to the East have^been obtainable only via the Northern^routes or by the Short Line. Since^May 1st, however, 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 tbe scenic route Is the^grandest to be 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 Bee that^their tickets are routed via the Rio^Grande Western. That line has two^fast express trains dally and is noted^for the elegance of Its equipment and^tbe perfection it has attained In its^service. It Is the most perfect 11ns of^railway In the West. ROOMS1 I I retltn BULB^^ING, ANACONDA. Leaveorders for coal oil nnd gaso^^line at Archie Nell's i.owfe-.und, :C3^Commercial avenue. J. L F. Gc.-vais. Calland see the handsome premiums^that are offered to subscribers to the^Sta.ndakd. Onethousand new knives at L A^King's, and you can have any onsof them^for 60 cents. DcSou Butter \\ aro Avert* (or Anacomla (or^1 no Celebrated DiamondCreamery ofMost.c*.lo. Iowa. ThisButler took Hist premlnm at the^World's Fair. Ourcustomers say: ^The br*t ever^tasted.^, I Itwill jastsulvyeu. Wehave other brands. We make a^specialty of imported cheese.^Head the list and prl e, below; .libtub Diamond Creamery Butter.. Stela^HI lb tub Diamond Creamery Butler.. *.' M^^ lb tub Diamond Creamery Bit ter . tl 1.1^M lb tub good table Creamery Batter, ISo lb^I lb roll table Creamery llutt-r tw per roll^1 lb roll table Creamery ilinter ijo per rail ImportedSwiss CheeseaM lb DomesticCheeseHe lb ImportedCrems dc lirle per jar .... ;^ac ImportedFrontage de Komi 'tort ale ImporiedEdam Cheese ;$1 10 .'ibsBest quality Navy beans$1 01 joins Best quality Baro IIj*asf 1 00 li lbs Best quality Lima Beans $1 00 Douot go dry when you c 111 uuv Ex^^tract of Boot Beer for joe per bottio I.IQl^It I 1ST. Wekeep nothing but t ks BeoJ Hermi^^tage 1..year-old whiskey. |ier eal 3 uo Bond^i Llllsrd T-year old whiskey, per^gal tso Pupul'*Cognacbrand, per eal sua Blackberrybrandy, fur mi'dielu.il use,^per gal2 so Wines: Angelica, old port, sherry and^Kelsllng. per galI .'S Claret,6 years old. per gal 50 Arare treat for ladie Kastiberrywine, per gal .'is Burke'sImported stout, per doz'.^ M Bass'ale, per dos'1 51 Wealso handl ^ the famous St Loul* beer. Budweli'r,pals ale and standard; also homeIndustry Anaconda beer. Our line or 1uiiors Is complete.^We are now receiving dally shlpmeuti of strawberries,raspberries and other fresh flintsand vegetab.es. which we am selilnv atverv low prices.^Careful attention given to mall orders. (loodsguaranteed as represented MacCalium^ Cloutler 501-!WS Cast Tark ftHM K EITLERJEWELRY CO., WATCHMAKERS^AND JEWELERS. Carrythe Larrrest an.fl Finest^Stock of Diamonds, Watches,^Jewelry and Silverware ANACONDA./10NT. ElectionNotice. NoticeIs hereby civss to the electors of the^city of Anecoad 1 that a saeeial s.ection will ba^held In said city on Monday the Mtb day 01^June, A. P., 1896, when the question of tb^^Issuance of tbe bonds of the city 111 the sum ol^lhirtT4our thousand dollars (tM.iKWi tor the^purpose of purchasing a site fo r mi 1 tun erselloo^and furnishing ol a city bail (or ssld city win^be submitted to tbe vote of the electors of llm^city. The cttr council, of tho city of Anacouda^have by resolution, duly passed and approrsd |^by the mayor of said city, ordered that only on*^polling place shall be open at ssld ^.^^^: ion. i^^wit. at tbe present city lialL At the said elsr^Hon tickets will be provided In accrdanes nlth^law and shall l ontaln tbe words ^Bond* let^^and ^Bonds No.^ The oloctlon shall it eon^ducted and the returns mads and oan'assed as^provided by law for other city elections. itshall uot be necessary for tbooe electors^bavins registereo for tbo city election htid on^April 8th. INS. to again register for this spa la!^^lection. I'or those elector* who had not roi^^stered for said olec loa tke great rsgtttor of^die city of Anaconda will bo kept open for t^^lays prior to the day of the *pc 1st election^ibovo ordered. Duenotlowlll be given of tho tlmt and plsco^if such reglitratlon hy tho registry agents 'or^.lie city. Byorder of tn- city council or tbo ty of^anaconda.T. O'I.RaHV. batedMay ^tnd. ISU.Citv 1 ftk. GEO.BARICH, EastPark Ave., - Anaconda Newlines of Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks^and Gontn' Furnishings for to.mm jr wear. LOWEST HttCM IN THE CITY. For MANUFACTURERS'SAMPLES OF . . . OOO OOO Consistingof Ingrains, Three-Plys, Tapaatriea, Velvets and Body Brussels.^The ptejojs.measure from a yard to a yard sad a half and the prices afa^10 low that you will want to buy several ot them lor Rugs. NOTICETHOSL FOR 25^ IN THIRD WINDOW AT THE SAME TIME. WeShall Offer Our Whole Stock of^Japanese Rugs [at the Following Prices: feet$1.50 instead of $3.00^3x0 feet $2.50 instead of.. 4 00^4x7 feet $4.00 instead of.. 6 00 7Jjxqfeet Sqoo instead of $ 13.50^8x10 feet S 10.50 instead of S15 00^q\i2 feet S 12.50 instead of $16.50 Wewill also make a Reduction During This Sale of 20 Per Cent on^all Smyrna, Wclton and Moqucttc Rugs.^Sale Begins Monday. J.T. CARROLL COMPANY. t-aaggjLN AGON DA. MONT AN A.r. Manufacturersof Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors. Windows, Moulding. Dealers In Flour, Hay,^Feed, Oraln, Coal, Bain and Sweet Wagons and iixtras, Buggies, Carriages, Road Cartas^Harness, Saddles. Robes, Whips, Oliver Chilled and Steei Plows. stateAjent* for ^COMMON SENSE^ BOB SLEIGHS AND CUTTERS. TIJXXLF Manufacturing and SupplyCompany. STORESAnaconda and Butte. Hardware, Mining. Smelting AJTO tWlUMBI m4Supplies. MiningMilling^and Mm. WORKSAT AMaCONDA THEOXFORD... TbeFinest Liquors sad Cigars.^Milwauke* Beer on Draught. L0KRY* MMM. Props. TRYA WANT AD^IN THE STANDARD raorassioMAt.casus. p. N. S. SNYDUR. Fhyldsua:. : Mirgeon at St Ann s H^*pltM.^(^fnee. aoU to Moutsat Hotel. jesissaa Meet. QR.UEORUB C. DOLOLAS, riiysiciau.md Surgeon c^m^*e over Smith Liru* Co. ^ itore, SSSSSSSt.^KesleVsce, X* Msil itrci ANACONDA. luiinetsWreetorj. RSUTAUBAXX loakdrouzaambtaobast; OOOTHOMTSOX. ftoprtetos, l-LCHBISO. nLL'MBlXG.steam SDxt Hat^I niimstee tttraUheS oa^dress J. A. Uasiey. all Oat I ARETHE BEST ADVERTISERS.^WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THESE1 L1VKBY. O.O, Bit OWN ELL, Proprietor. w 'ARM SPR1NU STABLB. TBE@o ^0 Do ^T^EES 217Commercial Avenue, Anaconda. Baggies.Horses and Saddles (of Hire Alesproprietor ot Passeager, Bagaan AS*^LiafSas He ^.ia ^ : oa ssaao ,witnssi traiai Ofliceand Stable. First St.. AaaconslB ANACONDA MEAT CO. QasvftBaoosaii'I. rTetulent.^A ST. in K^fii Ugr anil Trees^(HANK E. ~X1IH. vuretary.^Dtreitors-Uej i'. Brodfr.cs, A. W.^Burnett. J.irtn Woofer Wholesalean.i Keuul Dealers la Beef,PorK. Mutton and Veal,^dressed roum nn HM 827E. First Street. - Anaconda Liveryand Boarding Stables.^I ;r,;..'u^^ Tureoiu* at Ke*soaa^.e Bates saddleHersee and reams With or Wltbeaf^...'^.. Aaaconda. Mooiana^D. D TWOHY. Proeo VIIIIBNMH. 0. KMEKSON, ATTOBXEY-AT-LAW.Office: Leber block. Maui street, AnsroesA, COMMERCIALHOTEL CORNERTHIRD aaJ MAIN STS.. AVACONOA TalsSouse, aartaw been thoroughly ISBSe^taled. Is sow open to Use fub ^. Kassa aay.Yew