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THEANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1895.
3 WASTORNTft PIECES Bodyof Tim Moynihan Frightfully^Mangled at Stuart. ITIS ALL VERY MYSTERIOUS ReturningFrom the Celebration at^Anaconda-A Sad Part of the^Affair Is a Letter From Hla^Aged Parents. heyfeel inclined. In order that every^member may have equal privilege* on the^courts, no more than one ^set^ will bo sl^^owed whilo other players sre waiting,^and a single came must always give pre^^cedence to a double match. I'udcr no^conditions will play be allowed except in^tennis shoes. Members are requested to^observe tho above rules, and thus avoid^any unpleasantness which might other* ise^arise. Anyone desirous of joining'lie^club will kindly make application to the^secretary or one of tho other members of^tho club. ABOUT~lt\d CITY. TIipmangled remains nf Tim Moyni^^han, a, Butte excursionist, were found^en the Montana Union railroad track^at Stuart a few minutes before mid^^night of July 4. How it happened can^^not be told and in all probability will^never be known. CoronerHardenbrook, who was sum^^moned Is absent from the city, and^Justice of the Peace K M. Fix respond^^ed to the telegram for a coroner. Fromthe facts as narrated at the in^^quest, which was begun yeterday af^^ternoon, and the circumstances, it^would appear that Moynihan had cele^^brated in Anaconda, for in his ixicket^were found a B., A. ^ V. ticket and^pass checks to the park and dancing^pavilion. He probably started for^Butte on a Montana Union train ami^was put off because his ticket was ..wi^^the other road, or for some other rea^^son got off the train at Stuart and was^left behind. He was, according to the^testimony, undoubtedly killed by an^extra train from Butte which stopped^a t Stuart to sidetrack a passenger^coach, ami then came Into Anaconda^with a freight train. Perhaps he tried^to return to Anaconda on that freight^train and fell under the wheels. There^was every appearance that he was first^struck near the water tank south of^tho depot, and a trail of blood told thq^story this morning of how he had been^rolled under the wheels for 30 or 40^feet to the spot where he was found by^the depot platform. Twobox car tourists named Andrew^I.arsen and Chris Peterson found the^body while they were looking; for a ear^In which to spend the night. They re^^ported the find to J. M. Schlffman, who^called Station Agent Ok H. Bowles and^Section Foreman Welch. The body was^taken to the freight house at Stuart,^where it laid until viewed by the coro^^ner's jury yesterday morning. AgentBowles said that when he^came out of the depot to give the mall^to train No. 3 he saw something on tlje^track by the glare of the headlight, but^he thought it was a piece of paper and^gave no further attention to it. But^when Mr. Schlffman woke him up and^told him a man's body was on th^track he at once thought of the object^he had mistaken for a piece of paper.^It was the body they had found. He^had had the corpse taken away on ;^stretcher and partly searched the pock^c ts for a clue to the man's identity,^and he found ono in a letter addressed^to the name as given above. It^brought hot tears to his eyes as he read^It there by the light of the flickering^lantern, and saddened the hearts of a^stony coroner's Jury that came at th.^mandate of the law, half begrudging^the time it took to learn the cause^and manner of the stranger's death^The penmanship Is Irregular. The hand^that wrote It Is cramped with age, but^the love of the parents breathing^through those lines tells of fond and^anxious hearts far away, that to-day^are torn and bleeding under this nevfs^tha* came, to them In the yellow envoi^ope of a telegraph message last night.^The dread of a mothers'* heart came,^true. She was warned by friendly-^spirits. Was It a reading of the fu^ture of was It premonition, or only a^mother's love fearing danger to her^boy^ None can say. Thus the letter^ran, with a few corrections In spelling^and capitalizing: Hancock,Mich.. June 25, 1895.^^Dear Tim.^Wo received your letter^the 23rd; we were very glad to hear^that you were well and got work soon^as you did. Your mother was half era^zy; she thought you got killed on the^cars, dear Tim. Take care of yourself.^Tim, and save some money for your^^self. Let us know if you have seen any^of the old neighbors since you got out^there. Dear Tim, It Is Just the same^here as when you left.^ Then follows^an item or two of news about the^neighbors, and then it is signed. ^No^more at present, from your affectionate^faither and mother, Jerry Moynihan.^Then, .strange to say, tho aged father^signed the letter again, giving his full^name and complete address^^Jeremiah^Moynihan. Hancock, Portage Lake^Michigan. Whydid the old man do that, but^to give his correct address, and the only^clue to 'the boy's Identity to the coro^nor,^ said a superstitious man who^gazed curiously at the crumpled bit of^paper, and, ^Look,^ he exclaimed, ^1^was written in ink that's red as blood.' Thereaire many people in ithls part of^Montana who know the young man^and his family, and all speak highly of^them. Martin McCraith and Tim Moy^^nihan were schoolmates and chums^years ago. Ho saw htm on July 4, Cc^the first time in seven years, and had^a short visit with the promlso of an^other soon. Martin's eyes filled with^tears, and his voice was choked as h^identified the bruised and broken bodv^at Khret's undertaking rooms bust^night as that of his boyhood friend. Thedeceased had only been in ih^West a short time, but was a steady-^boy and soon got work. He was om^ployed in the Anaconda mines, and^hoarded at Mrs. O'Neil's In Dublin^guloh. He was about -t^ years of age^The train No. ; bound for Butte, un^doubtedly passed over tho body that^lay on the track where Agent Bowles^saw it. as that train pulled in. but^there is a slight deprcsilsa there, so^that x train could easily pass over th.^remains without touohing them at all^That is the evidence of those who won^there, and the body which had been^dragged by the northbound train was^not touched by No. 1'. The conductors^of the trains out of Anaconda, the en^^gineers of the extra train from Butte^and of No. 1 will testify before the cor^^oner's Jury to-day. hut little addltlonul^light Is expected on the tragedy. June^Nut Week,^i^rolliran's brilliant comedy success^^Jano^' will occupy tho boards at the Evansfor an engagement of one^night. Tho company presenting ^Jano^^is one of great merit, as the name of^Frohnian would suggest. Mr. Frohman^ha* an enviable reputation for handling^only tho most legitimate attractions and^^Jane^ is no exception to tho rulo.^Adapted from the French. ^Jano*' pos^^sesses all theelemcntsof bright sparkling^wit and refined humor always found in^those successes produced in the gay capi^^tal of the sister republic, and ^Jano^' has^the advantage over them all that there is^no risque situation ami nothing in the^line of double oaten-Ires. Atthe Tennis Couru.^The tennis courts are now ready for^play, and members may arrange friendly^encounters among themselves whenever Lathe-Montana Hoiel barber shop, 25c, Br.Cbrisman extracts teeth without pain. Milwaukeebeer at Daly ^ Marron's Wirescreen cloth, all sizes. Tuttlo^Mfg. ^ Supply Co. Lawnmowers at Tuttlo Mfg. ^ Sup^^ply Co.. Anaconda. Ooto Whatley s Cafe if you want^something really first class. Thefinest butter on earth, 25 cents, tub^rates less, at MeKinnon * McKay's, Firstquality garden hose at the Tut^^tlo Mfg. ^ Supply Co., Anaconda. Sterlingsilver novelties at actual^cost, this week, at Hatnmerslough's. Whatley'sCafe Is the neatest, clean-^est, coziest place in Anaconda to eat. AlexMarcee and wife of Don- Lodge^were 1n this city with the crowd July 4. MissesBertha and Louisa Kliret are^guests of the Misses Nlssler at Silver^Bow. Keepthe flies out. Wire screen cloth^t the Tuttle Mfg. ^ Supply Co., Ana^^conda. Choiriehers.il at St. Mark's church^at 8 o'clock. A full attendance Is^desired. Ladywishes position as cashier; good^references. Address ^A.^ StandarJ.^Anaconda. Agreen lawn adds to thi: beauty of^your home. Garden hose at Tuttlo^Mfg. ^ Supply Co., Anaconda. Cigardealers will llnd it to their ad^^vantage to have their cigars made to^order at D. Tletjen's cigar factory. W.W. Krskine, representing Tru-^Jilla ^ Bunemelis, cigar manufactur^^ers at Tampa, Fla., was in Anaconda^yesterday. WantedTw o girls to do general^housework at Cable. Apply to the^^housekeeper at the office of the Mon^^tana hotel. Mr.and Mrs. P. A. Allen, Charlie^Smith and Miss Mctjns drove down^from Butte yesterday and spent the^Fourth in Anaconda. MissJetty, who was one of the young^ladles on the ear of state July Fourth^fainted as the procession was about to^start. She was taken to a rooom In^the Montana and soon recovered. WASA SPLENDID DAI Thousandsof Visitors and a Good^Time Enjoyed. OeorgeCrockett and William Wo ids,^two gentlemen of color, had an alter^^cation yesterday in a saloon on lower^(lak street. Woods got a bloody nose^and Crockett was lined $10 and costs. WlHIeBrunell. a hoy of 8 years,^picked up a cannon firecracker near tho^corner of Main and Commercial strovta^July 4th. He didn't know- it was lit.^The. crurki t went off and Willie is at^his father's home on Birch street under^tho care of two physicians who will try^to save his eyes. Thenine days' wonder thai has mys^^tified the people of Anaconda for the^last few days has at last been discov^^ered. ^Nine days^ has appeared In^signs all about the city. In the local^columns ot the Standard and every^^body has asked of somebody else who^did not know what the nine days^meant. It means that for nine days^the Copper City Commercial company winsoil goods at wonderfully low pricesand all are Invited to oOfJM and^see. HELPFULHINTS TO BICYCLISTS AMerciful Rider Is Merciful to Ills^Wheel. 1.A good bicyclist is careful of Ins^roads, therefore, when taking a header bo^careful not to hit tho road too hard witli^your forehead. You might makoadont^in tho pavotnont. 2.In falling off your wheel do not fall^on both sides at once. Failure to observe^this rulo \\ ill result in dividing you against^yourself. .'!.Always be courteous. If a trolley car^has tho right of way over tho track do DM^disputo with it. A boy in Massachusetts^who broke this rulo broke his right arm^and his cyclometer at the samo timo. 4.Be cautious. In riding from Now^York to llrooklyn keep to the driveway.^Don't try to wheol over tho susponeion^cable. You iiiisht slip and fall into the^smokestack of a passing ferryboat. 5.Keep your lamp lit while riding ta^night. Tho boy who thought ho was safe^because ho bad a parlor match in his^pocket came home with a spoko in his^wheel that didn't belong thore. ti.Do not bo rough with tho tee earts and^furniture trucks. If you must run into^ono of them do it as gontly and tenderly^a - if it were a baby carriage. 7.A morciful rider is merciful to his^wheel, so do not force a bicycle beyond^tho point of its endurance, unless you^want to walk back with your wheel on^your shouldors. X.Keep cool. If in the course of a rido^you Had yourself in a tight placo, with a^skittish horse to the left and a steop ra-^vino to the right and a bulldog directly to^the fore, take the ravine, you'll go into it^anyhow, and if you take it alone without^dragging the burse or the dog after your^chances will be improved. !)..Never use spurs on the ptieum uic^tires of your wheel. The use of spurs In^this manner is likely to le.ivo your bicycle^in a winded condition. Spurs are not^comfortab.e, either, in case of a throw . 10.Uo not be stubborn with a balky^wheel. If the front wheel gets in a rut^goingeast, and the hind wheel goingwest,^dismount and argue the matter standing,^unless you are tired and want to lie down^by the roadside without making tho effort^to do so unassisted.^Kxcbange. Nnokela Matll le. b - c car, manufactured^Id Havana. Cuba. Br.iaen factory, ocaSa Florida Shortestline, best service, elegant^equipment, on tbs Butte, Anaconda ^^Pacific railway. Street car tickets free. LOTSOF FUN AT THE PARK GrandParade and Music, Strolls^Among the Trees, Boating on^the Lake, Dancing and^Other Amusements. Anaconda.MSJM ^ ntertaiucd a big^^ger crowd, a better behaved crowd, Off^^ happier crowd than tliat which cele^^brated the Fourth of July within her^borders. M w than fi,^i^l people visited^the park, the most of them coming^from Butte, where alsiut 1.000 excur^^sion tickets were sold, only two arrests^were m.nlu. and UMM w tv not ttkM^In until about midnight of the day,^and that was for quarreling and was^caused by too much liquid enthusiasm.^Pleasure was found everywhere, the^most, perhaps. In the sight of the grewi^hills with the beautiful \istns that mei^the rjrel of the visitors at every turn.^The lake and thl brook were an unend^^ing cl'linht, and the leafy shades wore^enjoyed, the nooks and bower* were^full of Joy to those sentimentally In^^clined, and everywhere was peace. The^more active pleasure seekers found it^In the parade, tho gajn s and the danc^^ing. At night they Ml tiled by moon^^light and watched Dm liivworks from^the hill ride, Itwas a busy day for the hotels and^restaurants, which were taxed to the^full extent of their capacity, but all^were .fed und none left the city^hungry. Theparade formed SI advertised, at^the corner of Main and Park, the^militia ^nd the societies making an^excellent showing. The car of state w as^as attractive as ever and was ap^^plauded all along the line. The lire ap^^paratus from the 1'pper and Lower^works was handsomely decorated. The^city hook and ladder truck and the^hose curt wore decked in bunting and^ewrgrien ariistlcally designed by^Archie Burns of the Tuttlo foundry,^and arranged b^ Messrs. Condon,^Stevens, Klston and Durrani. -Miss^Maggie Malon. y rod- on the bos., mi^and impersonated the Fire Queen; Miss^iMdervllle, the (loddess of Liberty,^was in state on the hook and ladder^truck. The llreimn m-re very natty In^their uniforms and were photographed^after the parade. Owingto n misunderstanding us to^the time sot for the speaking, the ora^^tion by Judge Do Wolfe was omitted.^A fact which la deeply deplored by MM^people wli I had hoped to listen to the loqoentorator and more than all by^the committees by whom tho blunder^was made. Thegames wore carried out very suc^^cessfully under tho supervision of^Messrs. Peters and Callagiier. Sum.^of the winners talM to give th. it^names and In consequence the list Is^not complete, but so far as known, was^sis follows: Hurdle race, Martm C.lea-^son of Butte; foot race, Alex Shanahan.^Butte; boy's race, KrtdL- Shovlin, Ana^^conda; three-legged r.tee, John Brass^and M. Nelson; standing Jump, Phil^Sullivan; sack race. John O Mara, Ana-^eondn; wheelbarrow race, Mike Doo-^ley; tub race, 1). J. Winslow; putting^shot. William Judd; lady Jig dancer,^-Miss Mahonoy; gentleman Jig dancer,^If, Connors. Inthe hoys' drill for a prise banner,^tho Sheridan cadets hud the Hold all t ^^themselves and wort through the pa^^rade with the precision of veterans. Somebodystole the -leased p|g and^that event was therefore scratched.^There were no ladles desirous of honor^as sprinters and the prizes listed for^them wen- hauled down, there being no^entiles. Thegame of football was an exciting^event and was enjoyed by all who saw-^it. N'o one was hurt and QaaHc rules^won a very popular position in the^minds of the public. J. Maher was cap^^tain of tin* Butto team and Miles Kelly^for the Anacondas. The Butte boys^were the best kickers and won the^game by a score of .1 to 0. rnfortunatelyIt proved very late In^tho day that the hills north of town^were inaccessible for getting tho fin-^works to tin- place from whore it was^intended to display them. The display^was then-fore set off at the south end^of Main street. Most of the people not^learning of this arrangement, there was^sumo disappointment. Those who wore^near by, however, saw a very line lot^^ f pyrotechnics The sot plea s show^^ing th- tnottos, ^M to I,^ ' Welcome to^Anaconda,^ ^JJ Pluribus 1'num^ and '^;l Night. TileII., A. P. rand handled the im^^mense throng without an accident. All^the trains wore load'^ from tho steps^In the roof. A heavy train long wont^hack to Butte at 7 o'clock, another one^ill 10:44 o'clock and tie- last train at^midnight. Tho Montana I'nlon also^rat' ;i special train during the early pnrtof the earning, beside carrying extracoach. ^ on tho regular train at^10:30 O'clock. Thei.adle4. Thepleasant effect and perfect safety with^which ladles may use the California liquid^laxative, Syrup or Kiss, under ail, end It tons,^makes It tlielr favorite remedy. To gat the true^mill genuine article, look for th#name of the^California Fig STT01 to, prime 1 near tho^bottom of the package. Lessonsin Dressmaking. Forthe economical housewife the^apt suggestions under the heading.^^Lessons In Dressmaking.^ in Mod.*^and Fabrics, f ^r July, are v ery season^^able. This carefully edited magazine Is^distributed fr. ^ each month to their^frlendl and trade by Messrs. Lessee ^^Maxwell. Anaowid.i. liewho wishes to be a successful^fisherman should purchase his tackle^of L. A. King. Katiesto ail^Life is what wo make it. If you want j^to bo happy, call at 108 Fast Commor- ,^cial avenue and drink cold Pahst beer^on draught or in littles. Strict atten^^tion paid to all euMomers. Geo. Da^^vidson and Jos. CI '.ridge. Anine daya' wonder. Sollee. Allpersona indebted to the under^^signed are requested to call and settle^at once, as we will place all past due^aivounts In the hands of an attorney^for collection. McMAHON^ McAULEY. MoillulM I lie II ii TheOrand cafe, its here to stay,^and we'll continue to be the leading^restaurant of the town. A tin* dinner^with wine will be served every day for^25 centa. Notice. Thecounty commissioners will meet^on Monday. July IS, lVjj, as u board of^equalization. John R. Fisher. Clerk. Notice. Allmembers of Cooks ^ Walters' As^^sembly, K. of L. ^563. are requested^to meet at their hall at 9 a. m. on the^Fourth of July, to participate In the^celebration.By order of EXElTTIVF.HOARD.^J. CONNOLLY.^A. MONTAGUE.^W. A ST LEY. Leaveorders for coal oil and gaso^^line at Archie Nell's i.ows.ond. !0I^Commercial avenue. J. L F. Cervjis. CHEAP$7,000. Alot and one lull on Kast l'.itk.^Good brick business, house and lour^dwellings, rents for *llo per month.^S7,(X^i;easy terms. IEBRUM'S: lTlTlltfl ' V. Tilt r^r^v!^^inject^u ci.HcUy to lr.^ Ma: ^.*^a,sta*r '-l ncatyOr. |-asi,rcqulr : ii ^ thine* of diet or^rttuMout, nub -major pouotwma uigd*^^ctoetao U t'lun u.tmitllf. Ulua^Uactl A8A PREVE^T-VR fry11 th^r z*X it U imponiM* to contract^apy \enertoi diMaoe, ^^ut in tho caan of^IunAr^UCtS *,iiiUiglurrr^^ig.idOtf*t, wof^^fao Th Urn I I'nii Ov, Solo Acrif*. Annrooda THE ANACONDA.M3NT. hooms1 4 s PBTBRI build^^ing, ANaCoN da. Forpiumoin; on I toaaiai *s^ fc a^Haslev. 215 Oak street Hammockf.beat and cheapest, at L. A.King's. Whenin Butte lunch at Sherman 'a, ALittle Bit^Crowded Thestore was a little bit^crowded with eafror buyer*^last, week, but we liked it^that way, and to 'keep them^cominir^ we offer this week: 3l lt^. packages Gloss starch Ilk.bo*^ ^ iI lb packages Com. March Ilb |i'ka;o r.aklDtt Moda, Arm ^^Hammer 7packages i.en . Yeast. try it) 7cans torn Hal I anlb. cans sauce,I Mackrei 33 lb. cans llreuk Trout Incans minion Mcans Saul lies. iu ml Weaaauapartaa sartagia with key.^3 cans Vulcan Lye IIan Ox tongue 3I il^ cms l.uneh Tenitue I]lb mu, Koast Turkey 31iu. cans Itoast ( liuikea Icans Lunch Oysters _'^ ib.. ^a;o. Very 1'iiiOst Wilis.Iv.in Tapiaco FreshFruits and^Vegetables Re- 1UC Ml 11.0 lno^t on^l in^I mi 1m^M^7.*^c^1 M^l m^l i^^l i*i^l II^1 un ceivedD.dly 501.503 PARK AVENUE. A NINEDAYS'^WONDER SALE! BeginningTn-Day, Saturday,July 6th, Lndlut;Tuesday, July 10, 1190. Wccannot convcv to your minds in these columns an adequate idea^of the startling descent prices will make during this sale. Nothing but^a personal visit to our immense warerooms will do this. Wc call it a^A NINE DAYS' WONDhR SALE beCMIM it lasts nine days (no more)^and people will wonder why we make prices so low. 11 ^ i m i) ANACONDA,HONTANA. J.T. CARROLL COMPANY ANACONDA.MONTANA. Manufacturersof Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Doors. Windows, Mouldings^Dealers in Flour, Hay, Feed, Grain, Coal. Bain and Sweet Wragons and Ex^tras, Buggies. Carriages, Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Robes, Whips^Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows.^Large stock of ' Crown Mowers^ and extras on hand. TUTTLEManufacturin^ and Supply Company. STORESAnaconda and Butte. FORCATARRH Dealers-Hardware,^Mining,^Smelting And Electricalnin AndSupplies Manufacturers- MiningMilling^And WORKSAT ~ --C0NDA THEOXFORD... TheFinest Liquors and Cigars.^Milwaukee Beer on Draught. LOWKYc* M0SCBY. Props. DruxKi*.5Sell It. Calland s^o ilie uaiul^ome prumiumi^I bat are .Here J la nuuacriber* to tua ^TA^DABD.i Oneof the baaasom i . and moat ele-^Craot',7 appointed hote'.a :a the Unl'-ed^Sta-as. Thoroughly llreprool an-1 pro.^vlded with eleva'ors. electric bells, fira^a;arm=. running wat^r, rjattw, steam h'^.\^op -n tire placsa aid all mo tern coavoo-^leoces Rooms en s. ite ndaino e. Cor^aeneand service strlc 17 first-class. Rates^frcm ^3 30 per day upwards accord.ag^toslxe and charac.er ut roooa occupied, OBU.W. REYNOLDS, COMMERCIALHOTEL. CORNER1mik9 sol MAIN sts.. ANACONDA Taili.-i ^^, haTlag Been Ikermigbl; reoa^^rated. Is B^w open to ^ aubM. Kati's Crday. Your p*u^m^.' s rasp^'cttuily so:i ANACONDAMEAT CO. Ogo.c. Baonr.iii i. rraudaet.^A. w. BraXEn. Mgr. tad Trsii^mi ' t. ^mith, Vcratarr.^Dlr^etors-tieo. C. B: dtrica. A. \V. Huruett.John waaaar. Wholesalean i lie; i . Dealers la Beef,Porn, Mutton and Veal,^dressed pairm ^sd nsti 827E. First Street. - Anaconda GEO.BARICH, EastPark Ave, ^ Anaconda Newlines of Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks^and Genta' Furnishings for summer wear, lowestPKICESS IN the city. V|iMIMritATi^K'S SAI.E-In the district^court of the third Judicial district ai the^^tale of Montana, in and for the county ot l*tr^Lata*. NetlceIs nere'jy glrea, that la purtuance of^nnunlerof the dljtr.ct court of the county ot^Deer Ludge. slate of Montana, made on the^first day of Ju y. IKK Iu the matter of the es^^tate of Andrew McKay, dece.t^ed, the under^^signed, the administrator of the estate of said^defeated, will sell at private sale to the highest^bidder, for cash, on ^a ,rd iy. the twelfth da.^of Julv. 1*JJ. at tin a'l i m . at the store^of MeKinnon ^ cKay, m Hie c.ly of Anaoda.^in ta d Deer Lodge county, the following per^ttaii property, tewlt. Anundivided one-half Interest la and to the^-tock of goods, wtres and m^rch:tndlse belong-^Ing to the firm of McKlnaon ^ McKay. sllua:ed^la ma store of the sail tlrlt.uuou *^ McKay ^u^r.jiniu-r ii^ avaaaa,Intfea city ..f Anacondt.^laiattOaM Dodge county Tins does net In^^clude book accounts, but includes all store rum -^ture and fixtures be ougiui to said store. Wri.teu bids or offers will be received by the^admli.virator untl. n o'cIock p. in., on Friday,^tlie I'Kh day of July. I^^. and may be left II^the office of George B. Winston, in the Fetrtt ^^building, in the said city of Anaconda. *VlLLlAM M'KAY. Administratorot toe Estate of Andrew McKay, deceased. K rEtTLERJEWELRY CO., WATCHMAKERS^AND JUWELERS- Carryths Largos*, and Fines!.^Stock of DiamonJs, Watches,^Jewelry and Si.verware ANACONDA. ClassifiedBusiness Directory. PLVMBINO. puMBIN'i, Steara and Hot Water _Ksltmatee furalsbed oa appUoatioa.^dress J. A. Uaalej, -U Oo* ttHeating.^MM B^tuanaili, LIVERY. | ARM SPRINQ STABLE. ANACONDA,fiONT. 1UOl fcsslu.NAL I.IKU). QrTn.sTsNYDER Fbyst.-taaand rurgfoa ot St. Ann s Hospital. Llnryand Boarding Stables. Klrst-riaisTurnout* at tteatoaabl* Ratal. saddleHorses and Teams With or witaaot^Uutdes. Anaconda. Mtntana. Dn TWOHY. Proof. P. Office,next to Montana Hotel, Anaconda.Mont RHVsLOP. M. D. t'Hc*open Day ml Nigh:. o. ATTOKNEI*. KMEKSON, attorn'rY-at-LAW.Office: Lelser block, Main street. Anaconda. awm^ sill D.^A BatOWNELU Proprietor. Busies,Horse* and Saddles far flare Office retr.t.- Blocs, Aoac.^nda. Trya Want Ad in^THE STANDARD. Alsoproprietor of Paisiegst. ^lajriaa^Lxa.ets Une. CeeaeeOea aaB^wiu ell train*, Offlcoand Stable. First 5C. jTry a Want Ad. in the dtandard