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THEANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1895. TheWssteni Montana Hureau of the Man^dard It si Room 6, Paly Block, Missoula.^1 we; 11 hi' No. 13k AdTerltelan rate* famished^eo application. brightm rap MissoulaWill Celebrate the Fourth^With Decided Novelties. TOURNAMENTOF KNIGHTS ExercisesThat Will Fasclnato All^Spectators -A Ball to Top Off^the Day With In the^Evening. ftK.^the day Missoula. July 2 ^ Without tOVbt^one of the trr.unlof't Fourth of July cele^^brations ever Riven In Missoula will he^the one of tills year For wmr weeke^past the Mounted Knight* have been^busy makinR [.reparations, and with^the assistance of UM luisincw* men,^they have succeeded In iii't-inRiiiK a^i roRTamme for the day that will con^^tain something of Interest for all. In^the mornint; at Ml oVlnl. ihcre will^be a baseball (MM hclwovn the K[s^-^kane and Missoula teams, which will^be an opportunity for those who desire^to make a day of it, to lugln early.^At l^:4.'i o'clock the parade will begin^Tho line will 1^.- funned on (Mil street^at the city hall and march up Cedar to^Pine, up Pine t ^ Madison, down Madi^^son to Front, west on Front M lltg-^glns avenue, north on lllggin* avenue^to Cedar, west on Cedar to Woody and^north on Woody to the European hotel.^Tho ordiT of nwiri h will t^\^l'latoon of Police.^Harden City Hand.^iio\crnor Hickanls and Kscort.^Hoard of Trade.^Moiintid KniRhts.^Haseball Floats.^Soldiers on Itlcyrlrs. SivrstSocieties.^Fort Missoula Hand.^Ct. A. It.^Fire Department.^Heokwith will b* marshal of^and Fred W. Joins and K. I..^MeCulloch assistants. Whenthe procession reailii's the Ku-^r ipean hote-l there will bo a special^train at the Northern Pacific depot ta^carry passcnRers to UM fair Rrounds.^and this train will make trips to and^from the city even U minutes. Promptlyat l^ o'clock the exercises at^the fair Rrounds will lioRin. First on^the proRrammo is the riding tourna^^ment of the Mounted KniRhts of Mis^^soula, In which will appiur Lieutenant^Moss. Knight of the Biodas; colors, yel^^low; W. S. Settle. KnlRht of the Lone^Star; colors, black ami white; II. K.^Kelly. KnlRht of the White Metal, IB^to 1; colors, silver and Rold; Fred Crain.^Knight of the Clover Club; colors, blue^and Rold: A. I'. tjuinn. KnlRht of Sou^^dan: scarlet and white; J. A. Walker.^KnlRht u! Dundee; yellow, red uml^black: 0*ora* ngden, Knight of the^Round Table; red and white; K. ft Mix.^KnlRht of tho DOOM* 1 iiiKb . I' d. black^and yellow : Fred Allinsou. black and^blue; F. M. Cronkrlte, Jr., the last^KnlRht: white and black: A. Heckwitli.^KnlRht of Missoula: blue ami black;^K. W. Clark. KnlRht of Hod Cross:^gray, red and black. The successful^knight in the tournament will crown^the. ^jueen of beauty at the ball to be^Riven at the K. of P. hall in the even^^ing, at which time the coronation ad^^dress will lie delivered by Governor^Rlckards. After the riding tournament^the bicycle drill, in which the following^memebrs of the I'nlted States army at^Fort Missoula take pari: Joseph Jack-^aon. Hall, Joseph WHShliiRton, Vlslto,^Hay. Jourdan, Freeman, T. J. Washing^^ton, Sergeant Martin. Finley. Sergeant^Sanders. J. W. Hrown, Freeman, Hen^riett. Garvin. SerReant Green and Issue-^White,commanded by Lieutenant Moss.^The pacing race between Happy Jack,^drivr-n by Addie Stirling, and Kiltie^Van. driven by Harry Thompson, then^takes place, followed by a bicycle race,^in which tho partieiiiints in the bk vcle^drill will take pail. TheMissoula and H|^okaiie liawball^teams will ^ils., plav for a purse of f^:,^offered by the Mounted Knights Immediatelyafter the tournament^dancing will begin, a large platform^having boon constructed lor the pin-^pose In the shed al the west end of^the Rrami stand, and will continue^throughout the whole afternoon, the^Garden City and Fort Missoula bands^furnishing music for the occasion. This^dance will be carried on in ;(n ^rd. th^manner, and while there will lie no^charges made for those who wish to^participate, no Intoxicated nor improp^^er pel-sons will Is- allowed on the tl snthat no one present who may feel^inclined to take par! need have any^hesitancy in doing so. Afterthe oriotwkiloa at I lie fair^grounds there will be a I'tninl display^of fireworks In Ihe city. Thepar.it s in charge of arrange^^ments have spared M pains m at^^tempting to bring about such a Ci I. I'l.i-^tlon as will lie an honor and credit to^Missoula, and it Is hoped that the res-^dents of Missoula county will take an^Interest In th. affair and be present to^assist. Arrangementshave b.. u made Willi theNorthern Pacific railroad for ex^^cursion rates from all points witnm MM^mile^, and on the Hitter Hoot branch^an excursion train will leave Hamilton^at H o'clock a. m. and return in the^evening after the celebraiion al the^fair ground!.^The price of admission to ihe fuir groundsis r,ti r,.nts for gentlemen; totaland children free. LouisOdcll will be gatekeeper and^Frank Hill ticket seller. G. K Boo*,^W. y. Kan:; and Andrew H.s k wit It^are the committ. ^ on arr.iiig. ments,^and 1. T. Hoaey. W. S. Setile. J. A^Walker and It L e McCullo, h^charge of the ball I^evening. Anadmission fee^charged for the ball j^and must be purchased^fore entering the ball room. Ladles ac^^companied by gentlemen will be ad^^mitted free. Theexecutive committee have ar^^ranged to have the coronation address^delivered by Governor Ku-kards from^the Florence hotel balcony, the corona^^tion to take place immediately after^^ward! In the ball room. begiven liai^ iiItW f $1will be^the evening,^ihe door be- LlrdrrkraniOAnn.^Missoula. July At a meeting of^ihe Leldcrkranx held on Sunday even^^ing, the election ofrs for th. on-^suing sx months t^x.k plaee. the follow^^ing officers being elected President^Charles Heckler; vice president. ,\^Schilling: secretary. James Wagoner.^tree.aur*i, F. K'jopman; trustees. A. L^^Hone, Gust Moser. A. Rackramer. The^Llederkranx is quite a large and su^-^easeful organization, having lz raem- heTS,among whom are some ofU'/Wll IP I 1.17 I VflV/T principalbusiness men of Missoula. At \\ I II II \ \ III 1 \l \|, thelast moollng then- were members | ^^ W\f L ItJ fill ^ Vli^VJ^preseait. and It was decided to give i^plonlv sometime in August for the on^tertalnment of their friends. IN DEER LODGE TheI.ski isratinn of i he District t oort^I'nilrr Ihe old Regime SpecialCorrespondence of the Standard. Dor LodRe. July 1 The last session^of the district court of Deer Lodge^county under the old law was held^this mornlnR and the following busi^^ness disposal of The bonds of a. M.^Walker, H. B. Hoffman and ft H. Will^^iams, county commissioner*, were ex^^amined by the court and approved. Johnllaniin ct al. vs. Ferdinand^Dkkert et al.. supplemental answer^ML d by leave of court, subject to the^right of plaintiffs to move lo strike^out. HobertKeith et al. vs. Morgan Kvans^et al. L'pon the application of George^It. Winston, attorney for plaintiffs, de^^fault of the defendants, the First Na^^tional l^nk of Butte was ordered en^^tered. Testimony was Introduced on^the part ..f the plaintiffs, and after^hearing the same the court ordered^Judgment entered In favor of the plain^^tiffs and against the defendants, Mor^^gan Kvans and Anne Kvans. for ihe^sum of (t H *j and c osts of suit, in-^i Hiding attorney's fa**. MarcusDaly et al. vs. Gus Strokel^et al.; evidence was introduced In this^cans, on behalf of Die plaintiffs ind^Judgment ordered entered In their faV^\ .a- for the possession of the ground In controversy. Inthe estate of Andrew McKay, de^^ceased, upon the hearing of the peti^^tion of William McKay, administrator,^for the sale of certain personal prop^^erty described In the petition belonging^In said estate, it appearing that due^notice of the hearing of such pe tition^had been given, and It further appear^^ing that it would be for the best Inter-^esis of said estate that such property^lee- sold, it was ordered that the ad^^ministrator s. ll said property at pri^^vate sab-, after public notice being^given for at hast lo days by posting^In three public places In the county^and by publication in the Anaconda^Siandard. InIhe matter of (he guardianship^of Mary Pellltler, a minor, a petition^was filed by the bondsmen or said^guardian asking to be relieved from^said bond, a citation was ordered Is^^sued to Mary J. Pellltler commanding^her to appear on July la and show^cause why the said Ixiiidsmcn should^not be released. Inthe e state of William Nevln. upon^the Ming of the petition of Jessie Nev-^iu praying that letters of administra^^tion bi Issued to Charles H. Taylor,^public- admllslrator, an order was^signed ilxlng Friday. July 12, at 2^o'clock p. m.. for hearing the same^am! oirSStiagj that notice he given^thereof as required by law Matterspertaining to the estates of^Louis Provost, Charles Hall, Henry^M V. igh. John Seymore and Herbert^Hlrtz will he heard on July 12. at 2^O'clock, p. m. The otMfl adjourned un^^til Friday. July t, at in o'clock a. m. An^ ^third Interest In the Poorman^iiuartj; lode mining claim, situated In^Poorman mining district. Deer Lodge^county, was sold at sheriffs sale last^Saturday to SI. D. Shea of Helena for^$45H.BO. Also the following pieces of^real estate In the town of Deer Lodge^was sold at the sume time to Peter^Locquet of Washington gulch for a^consideration of 1700: The west 75^foet Of lots 7, 8, 0 and Ml In block 10;^l.^u^ tk I and lj in block Hi Hie north^IS feet of lot 17, and the south IS feet^of lot P. In block 10. Also a half In^^terest In a 10-ae re tract of land east of^the town of Deer Lodge. lintell.llrats- Missoula,July Registered al Han-^kin's hotel July 2: I'at Whalen. city;^Wm. Whitley, cHy; John Kenault, Co-^lonia; Newton V. nowe, Stevensvllle;^Jeiscph Goalie. Frenchtown; C. Lanncu,^Hearmouth; J. W. Mc.Nall, Walkuv;^Wm. Crawford, Nine Mile; John Mc^^Donald. Lo Lo; C. B. Wright, city; H.^S. Morse, Lo Lo; J. A. Finnh', city: M.^MoNttinara. Pctomac; Jas. MeGiuth,^l^o Lo; John A. Summers. Hamilton; .1.^A. McCann. Nine Mle; George McDon^^ald. I'otomac; H. Lewis Pfaff, Kansas^City; K. D. Catching, Hearmouth. Atthe Floren^^c^F. It. Deerlng, San^Francisco; Oscar J. Craig. lAfayptte,^Ind.; L. ft Hill. New York; George S.^Ktrkham. St. Joseph: S. J. Hartmun.^Chicago; Alex Ren. San Francisco; Jos.^T. Carter. Flathead Agency; Alfred^Wllley, Chicago; F. L. Hale, city; F.^llartman. Horse Plains; Holiert II.^Bird, Helena: B. A. McMillan. Salt^l/ike; Kdw. M. Brush, l'ittshurg: W.^S. Proudfeiot. Philadelphia. Atthe Kennedy^D. S. Keller, West^Bsad, Wis.; W. J. Cheiiowith. Stevens-^vllle; S J. Holme's. Darby; D. W. Mur^^phy. Cleveland. O ; W. 1). Illpperto,^Sail Isike. I'lilveridt.vKi|iil|iiiienl^. Misoula.July 2.^At n meeting of the^local board of education hist light, ihe^following contracts for fuinl.shing th.'^iinivotsly building were hi: Andrews^Hire Co.^Furniture for president rocnin.^mis. erasers, book-case. I'. S. Furni^^ture Cel.^Furniture for president r.Him, globe.32 chairs, settee. Cleveland^School Furniture Co.^Thirty tablet^chairs. 1 t. .u'hers' desks. Itis the intention of the hoard to^bars the building iMiuippcd with all^modern Improvements in the school^furniture lino and lo bestow every onre andattention to the oogafoM of the^siub nts. Dr. Craig wiis present nt^th* mooting. ^ ^^^War Over the rcuetolHrc- sits.^^atMfg) Dispatch to the standard. I\cdHodge, Mont.. July 2. -A petition^was numerously signed here to-day pray^^ing for the removal of tho postolllce to^the n^w townaite. A remonstrance will^ha sent in to-morrow. Telographic in^^struction! have been received from Wash^^ington to li'avo the whole matter to the^inapertor. who has been ordered bore^from Denver to locate the postotltce. It^is quiie an Important item between th*^competing town companies. Arret!of Hone Thletrs. Missoula.July 2^ Late last night^Bhsflff McLaughlin arrested William^Whitney and a man named Ijuub, two^horse thieve* who have been appropri^^ating t i their own use horses from the^vicinity of Arlee and Arando. Three^hut SSI were found In their |^o*session. taughtAfter t'.lght lean. Denver,Col.. July 2.^Victor yuintuna,^who shot and killed a relative at a ball in^Conejos county eight years ago and has^been a fugitive from justice ever since^his been captured by Sheriff Garcia juat^over the state line in New Mexico and a^requisition was issued by the governor to^^day for hit return. ALetter from ^le%elaud.^.New York. July 2. -A letter from Presi^dent Cleveland will be read at the Ttm^many aociety's Fourth of July celebration^It is (aid that in the letter the president^touches briefly upon tho financial and^political condition of tho country. Prospectsof at Least Another Gent^Increase All Around. THl: MARKET VERY FIRM Few Montana Wools Have Yet^Reached Boston-Good Attend^^ance of Buyers at the Lon^^don Wool Exchange. London,July 2 ^The fourth series of^the colonial wool sales for this year^opined at the wool exchange to-day^with I good attendance of buyers, both^Kngllsh and continental. There were^we re also some ivprese ut.it I ve American^buyers present. The tone of the sales^was strong and the demand for cross-^breds, merinos and Cape of flood Hopo^and Natal weiols showing l'jd higher^American buyers bought fairly. Boston,July 2.^The wool market^continues active with prospee t of an^^other 2 cent per pound increase all^around. Fe w Montana wools have come-^forward, while new wa shed fleeces are-^yet scarce and prices are largely nom^^inal. Australian wools are In Rood de^^mand at prices about 1 cent higher all^around. Montana lino medium and fine^111013c: scoured, 33fc33c; Montana No. medium, 12tiUc; scoured. 3MtSle;^Australian combings, superfine. I!'u r.^Australian combings, superfine, good,^.ISSr.'ITc; crossbreds and ciuarter bloods,^10He; crossbreds and three-eighths idis. ::2*i3.ic. Philadelphia.July 2.^Wool quiet but^lirm under light slocks; territory and^Northwestern light tine, !i*flOc; heavy^territory and Northwestern, ^(fyDr; flue^medium. 10f|llc; medium, IPtJ12e;^tunrter blood. 124ii:ie; coarse, ll#12c. WEDDED AT LAST. Incertainly About the New ( odea Delays^a Mt-chlhig a few Mourn. SpecialCorrespondence of the Standard. Phlllpslnirg,July 2.^M. Deevy and^Annie Larson of Combination came to^town yi'stenlay for the purpose of^making a civil contrai l with eac h oth-^gff which would, barring an accidental^removal to Butte, probably hold each^to Ihe other for life In holy matrimon^^ial bonds. Clerk of the Court Shull has^not yet received a code, and somehow^or other It has become generally under^^stood that e lerks of the court could not^Issue marriage license's under the new^law now in effect, and the clerk, tem^^porarily, refused to Issue a license and^referred the mutter to Attorney Gen^^ial llask.ll. it was late this after^^noon that the attorney general replied^that the clerk of the court was lo con^^tinue to issue marriage licenses, hut^thai the county clerk must collect the^fee. The couple were mado one this^evening and returned to th^lr home at^Combination. FITZSIMIVIONS'DEFENSE. WitnessesWho swear That Hie ^purring^Was Light -Riorelan Wasn't WeU.^Syracuse, S. Y., July 2.^In the trial of^Fitisimraons to-day, counsel for the do-^fondant asked Judge Rosa to dismiss tho^case upon the ground that the people^have not proved a case. Justice Ross de^^nied the motion, but said he may charge^the jury whether or not the contest was^legal and if so what constitutes assault^in the third degree. Attorney McLennan,^in presenting tho case for the defense,^stated that he had proved by a police^commissioner and Captain of Police Quig-^ley that this was no infraction of the law.^The defense would also prove by an emi^^nent physician that Riordsn had suffered^a stroke of apolexy and was told that if^ho did not stop violent exercia* he would^soon die. Riordan never informed Fiti-^simmons of this. Captain (Juigley testi^^fied that the sparring was light. He saw^Riordan stagger and then assumo an up^^right position and put up his fists, as^though to strike a blow. Dr. V. H. Brown^charaot*riisd this sparring as vary light^and when Riordsn fall he says he heard^diatinctly the report of his head striking^tho floor of the stage. ALL THE MEN THEY WANT. TheCuban KavolutlonlsU Mslri to Be In^Ouoil righting Trim.^Philadelphia, July 2.^Bernardo J. Bu^^nco, a member of tho banking firm of J,^Bunco ^ Co. of St. Jago, Cuba, has just^orrivo I in this city, in speaking of th*^revolution he said: ^1 loft St. Jago on^May 1 with a group of young revolution^^ists in rosponse to a sneer from the Span^^ish officials that the struggle was one bo-^iween the negroes and the whites, mean^^ing to convey tho impression that th*^ranks of tlie insurgents were composed of^blacks. Wo joined tho revolutionary^army under Brigadier tlonerul Paperez,^being appointed on tho Kilter's staff with^tho rank of captain. Hesaid the hospitals are tilled with^Spanish soldiers who are sullonng from^yellow fovor. ^We hove mora men than^wo need for lighting purposes,^ continued^Senor Bunoo. ^Tho Cabins all over tho^island sympathize with the revolution^^ists.'' tire In 1'arlp. Paris.July 2^Fire yesterduy at^Godlllof's military outfitting estab^^lishment caused a damage of 7.000.000^francs. It'sa Ticklish Subject 'jilinotnii Thismatter of deciding^upon a route. So many^things have to bo con.^siderod. liighthere, let it be^understood that every rail^road has its advantages^and its disadvantages. Thothing to do is to de^cide which lino has the^greatest number of th*^former; fewest of the latter Uurfolder ^ill help you^to a decision. Tells all^about our service to Oniaba,^St. Jos*ph, Kansas City^Chicago, St. Louis and^points beyond. Uet a copy^from the nearest ticket^agent or write to F.A. SEARS, T. P. K A., Butt*^Hon tan j. VW JOHNSTON Com I Aqeit. Billions^RgaagH DIDN'T SHOW UP. Mr.Mchultt'* Baalnrnn Han s Very Oueer^Look About It.^Butte, July 2.^The- fruit and nsafl -^tionery store of William O. Schultz at^No ;.ii Hast Broadway was closed up^by the J. F. Kelly company at 3^o'clock this afternoon on an attach^^ment for $2tl. 8. 0. Jeans soon after^^wards levied an attachment for 179.6a^nnd L. S. Cohn followed with one for^Mt.n. P. J. Brophy also holds a^claim against him for ' and A. P.^Bray has on^ for tlH '.o. while Schult/.^Is Indehteel to J. K. Oppenhdmer to a^greater amount than any of the others^There, ate also a number of small cred^^itors, and Schults'a entire indebtedness^is between $1,200 and $I.5M0. His stork^will not bring more than $350 and his^hook accounts don't exceed $20. The^business has a very peculiar look about^It. The store was flllud up with boxes,^hut nearly all of them were founel to be^emnty, and the value of the entire^Stock will not exceed $200. Schultz^started In a small way live or six^months ago. and bought In very lim^^ited ciunnlltles, so that he was able to^meet his bills promptly on the first of^the month. Last month, however, he^bought with a lavish hand, ancl when^the bills e-ame In yesterduy he was un^^able to meet them. He started out on a^collecting tour, however, and Informed^all of his creditors that he would set^^tle to-day. He could not be found this^afternoon, and thaattoehment proceed^^ings followed. Mr. Brophy found that^there would be nothing left afte^r the^ild credttors, who had got in ahead^with their attachments, got through^with the stock, so he did not take the^trouble to get out an attachment. He^had a civil warrant issued for Schultz's^arrest this evening, however, from^Judge Meson's court. charRing him^with attempting to leave the state with^Intent to defraud his creditors. 11. T.^Swenson appeared at the store soon^after the attachments were levied, and^after looking over the papers, went^out. He returned soon afterwards and^claimed to have a bill of sale of'the^Htorc. but he did *lot present It. B.R. D. Co. ARETHE BEST CIGARETTESMOKERS whocare to pay a little more than the cost ofordinary trade cigarettes will find the PETCIGARETTES^SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Madefrom the highest cost (iold leaf^j grown in Virginia, ami arc ABSOLUTELYPURE Butt. Atthe UoteN. July The Butte^Frank O'Donnell.Mrs. ^Frank o'Donm-U. Bil^lings; L. L. Kwlng, Denver; J. V. Pros^ser. Davenport; H. J. Woodward. Peo^^ria; Martin Schetlck. New York; W. K.^Franklin, Anaconda; Otis G. Whipple.^Gordon Clark, Harry (iwey, Norton^\yers, Wm. Wilson. Lawrence Lee,^Clinton Spooner. Wm. Gordon, William^Hayward. Frank Lohmor. Tom Kcrl.^Tom Purnell, Harry Fuller, Robert^WUsey, C. L. Thomas, Omaha Football^loam: If W. Wallace, Helena-, (reorRe^Sutton, Llnooh); C. E. Horsey, William^Jackson, Milwaukee. Wm. A. Pinker-^ton. Brooklyn; C. F. Woodman. Chica^^go; G. Barrett, C. D. Heillg, De^r^LodRc. TheMcDermott^D. Townsend, T. J.^Crain, Minneapolis; C. W. Gaffney.^Boulder: J. il. Goodwin, C. D. Wood^^man, Salt Lake: Gilbert Barrett, Deer^Lodge; W. Y. Gallagher, Chicago; A. SprlgRS.Townsend; T. McMahon^and wife. Anaconda; E. If. Bannick.^Portland; C. E. Dobson. Anaconda;^W. H. Powell. New York: A. C. Sul-^xer. Mrs B. Budman and son, H. D.^Hauser. W. W. Ernest. Wm. I. Knowl-^ton, Helena; S. J. Newman. San Fran-^Isco. Illdn'rHalnte the Admiral. Washington,July 2.^ Commander^George K. Ide saw Secretary Herbert^to-day concerninR the orders under^which he was relieved from command^of the Alert pg tJ)o Pacific station. The^affair grow stit-Jif s. visit paid by Ad^^miral Meade to Panama during the^southern cruise last spring. Ho claim^^ed Commander Ide met him and As^^sistant Secretary McAdoo In a hotel^and he failed to salute them. Com^^mander Ide claims he did salute. It is^understood that McAdoo substantiated^the report ot Admiral Meade. Ide was^relieved and Ihe Alert sent to Callao,^Peru, to relievo the Monterey, under^command of her executive officer,^Lieut. L. H. II. Coffin. Commander^Franklin Hanl'cud has been ordered to^take command of the Alert. No court^of Inquiry has been ordered. It is not^Improbable Commander Ide may ask^for one. Smokel a Malllcle. In-st c gar. manufactured^In Havana, tuba Branch factory, Ocala Flor^^ida MIQSOUiuA.MONT. HlgjlnaATS. 11-2Blocks from W p. Depot. 11-2Blocks from Business Center'^Excellent Table, Steam Heat, Eleo^trie Lights, Bathe, Free Bus, Samp.,^Booms for Commercial Men. Rates,^^2.00 WM.KENNEDY. M*r. wtiutNerve Uerrlcu^have done for other*^they will do^for you. 30THPAT. VIGOR Of16TH PAY MENEasily. Quickly^and Permanently Restored. Apositive cure for nil W'f^akne.s*rf, ^rvouincss,^llehllliy, and all llieir train of evils re^ultlug^from early attars ami later cicemes: tlio result^of overwork, aleltnew. sorry, et*. tievplops^and fives tsse mul tiresgth It iheaexsal or^^gans. Mlops unnatural losses or nightly^emissions caused by youthful errors or ei-^ci'Mlv.. BSS ,.r lobaero. opium mul liquor,^which lead lo ronsuinptlon mid Insanity.^Their use shows !iiim..e1liitc Improvement. Insist^upon liaviniftuc uenulne NKatVt: BKRHIEM.^Convenient to csrry In vest noe-ker. Price 11.00^per SS*, ci hoxes, one full ireatrneiit. tS.IKl^Unaranlee* tneurr nn.v rase. 11 not kept tiy^your dru*i'l^.l \v.- will send lliem he- mail, upon n^^eetpt of price. In plain ivnepper. Pamphlet tree.^^ ^^^^*( 4H nvnx it ^ ^^ ' ^^^-iuni^tl. o. ForSale In Anaconda by the rimltti Drug Co^And In llutto by ^. g, Ualiofiy ^ Co. tNEWLIFE SS.X. C. WSST'S K^B7E AND BBAIK TBI ATM HIT isHold under pnititivr) written guarantee, by^nuthoriiftd Hffeat^ only, to cure Weak Memory;^LoMof Brain und Noire Power: Lo*t Manhood;^Ouicknetu: Night Loss**; Eril Dream pi; Lack of^( onbdi'iice; Nervousness LuMsiU.de; all Drains:^Loss of Power of the GeneratiTO Organs in either^nex, caused hy overexertion. Youthful Errors, 01^Excessive Use of Tobac.o, Opium or Liquor,^which lead^ to Misery, Consumption, Insanity^and Death. By mail, fl a box; six for with^written guarantee to euro or jefund ico^ey.^Sample package, containing live days* treatment^with full instructions, cents. One Bamp'e 'vanldto each nernon !^v mail.^The Smith Drntr Co.. Sole Acents. Anaconda PaineSx mEr\YCompound1 r7.pa.ns! ABULES REGULATETHE STOMACH,LIVER AND BOWELS^ANO PURIFY THE BLOOD. ItirANSTABl'LES are Ihe bent Medl-^else ks.wn for Iadlcrstlon, BULussess,^llrsdsrkr.t on.llllsll.s, Djipenila.C'hroata^I In rTrouble.. DInln. M, lla.lt nseplriloQ,^IliMStcrjr, OaVaslve Breath, anal all dl^.^seders of the Moasscs, liver aad Bowels. Rip.niTsnulea oontain nothing injurloos tn^the moid elsllesto eonetltution. Am pli-snsnl to^tike. t^fe. effectual, .red 1,-lvo imiueelfate n-llof. i'rleeM eeots per box. May hs ordcre'd^taruuKb neareat elruirgist,or bv mall.^AJdresa THERIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 10SPIIUCE STREET, SEW YORK 1'tTY J charleslmslby, Scientificand^Decorative Missoula,Mont. Hurllniiatiio.^.m Maien Co.. C*L Prepareil^boy* for am iinlvrrslty. tecliuleal SSassM or^(or Ivnsliiess. .vrcreitHfirl at tho state aus^sianforel's I'tilverslt es. Terms bruins AuausC^Mk. Sen.l fur t'.italoaua. IRA (i. lloITr.^I'll. I).. Master (EVStato Sitpt. Public In-^Huiior' PTklekester'sKsglUh Ulamoml Hr.n1.^ENNYROYAL PILLS Orlglnulud llnlj Uf nulne. arc...iwm nltttblf. udhi i^k^l^ruirft*t ' t '^m -I'.f-rit /^^.,,! ,.h it, i '^. h--i . I in Ki'd u^. OfM meal ^ \^iho^.. failed whb Mm- rihhnn. Take^^ o othrr Brfmi dang^mut (tiAifilu*^fiu** ei i .mititi.isn- At Drufttiaia, or **^ J 4e.^Id m^ti.| a T ^r ji^rttcular^, lr^tii*joDUlf in l *'lUllt-f for I^4lf^.M m ift:rr. i . retarn^JJ Matt IO.OOOrf.tla.omal. V^^- fr. ^('hlrliostort hiinli aUV.M^^iU^n riqna..s If%. UmJ Uiuatau.I'fa'IrttU., V%. TIT TiedDown tohousehold work, to the scrubbing^brush ind bucket, to the dish pan and^housecloth. That waa woman '^ posi^^tion until GOLDDUST WashingPowder cameto her release. Now she does all her^work in the morning^does as she pleases^in the afternoon. GOLD DUST has found^sn entrance to many thousand homes, will^you welcome it to yours ^ Large packages,^price ajc Sold everywhere. Made only by ThsN. K. Fslrbank^Company, StLools. rblrafo. New Ysrt;^Boston, rblladelptla.^ess Frauelaco. vuuvlj u u u'rm ^ ^'i-nrr^*rrr~r~ ------- -rrrrrri'i 11 rrrr SHIPPF.nsof BaVT, OATS, WHIA1 andall kinds of Farm and^Ranch 1'roduce. Write us for pneej. Merchants. Commission^Men, Consumers, who use or handle any of the above, or Eggs,^Butter, Fruit, Merries anil Harden Produce in quantities, will find^it to advantage to give us their orders. Wo handle a large part of^the entire product of the Hitter loot Valley; are in position ta^make pricei to juit the ra irket, and invite correspondence Lumber,Lath and Shingles. BASH, OOOB3. BLINDS, ETC., LIME, HAIR PLASTER AND CEMENT I Agentsfor the Standard Pressed Brick and Red Brick. OFFIGR,17 MAIN STRELE1T, I ANACONDA. NorthernSteamship Company SteamshipNorth Vest and North Land. SEMI-WEEKLYSERVICE, 1895. r2astBound, Monday* and Fridays lrom Matty West-liouud, Tuesday*^and Fridays from Hullalo. Connections made at tho Soo and Mackinac^Island steamers for Lake Michigan l'orti TheNorthern stenmsniiw arn exclusively fJr lasMBflin anil make stops at the Soo^Mae-sinac Island. IJeiroit. Clevelan.l anil Hull i!o. lhese ships are tlio lar^'e^t ami ^nestf ri the^'^real lakes, anil assjai In equipment and lini^h the bes: oc iai Uaers. I lie trio MM miles hy^water between DulutU ami Hulfalo Is maUe a littl* l^ss than tr .in t.mo. the averalte SJ^S*a^**Ji^twenty miles an hour. All the eouiforts of the llnest hotels are luovi.le l, Wttk en lro MM^from ilust. noise and confusion. Itun In c unc tion with tho Great Northern tralns-Lasterr. Minnesotaliwvslon. from the Twin e lties and west, -ei-ie ^r roiud trip tlekoU to points 'east Visitors to or from tho east should use t:ie Me imslep one way at least, for I irtlier ih- fornialloriapply to any asont of tho I'.reat northern Hallway, or address F.I. WHITNEY, U. P. ^ T. A.^J. E. DAWSON, QEN. A0ENI, Butte. Mont. St.Paul. THEKEELEY INSTITUTE, LOCATEDAT BOULDER HOT SPRINGS. Forthe Cure of Liquor, Morphine Habits, Etc THEONLY INSTITUTE !N THE STATE ENDORSED BY^LE5UE E. XEELUV. M. D. Fc PwtkBUrs Acwrc*. THE KEELEV INSTITUTE OUi-DERSOX BPRXlsTaab HQXSX.