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THEANACONDA STANDARD, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1895.
WESTERNflONTAXA.... TheWretern Montana Hureau of thn^Standard U at Room ^. Daly Mock, Mis^^aula. Telephone No. IV AdvertlalUK^rstes furnished on application. Till:HARVEST IS OS FromLou Lou to Ross' Hole Hay^Stacks Bob Up. HOWTHE CROPS PAN OUT HamiltonPeople Want to See the^Glbbonsville Road Built- Pre^^paring for the Exhibition ^^Dillon In the Opera Houso. Hamilton.July IJ.^Ewrywhere In^the valley harvesting Is In full awing,^and huge stacks of h.iy are rising In^fields from Lm bM I ^ II ,^s HeJ*v^And it Is hay that Is hay. Na other^ranchet in the worl 1 ptadVOg suoh^forage as grows In the Bitter Hoot and^Missoula valleys and consumers are^beginning to appreciate the fact. If^the oplaion of horsemen mid cattle^raisers counts for anything, the state^^ment made above admits of conclusive^verification, for there are scores of^turfmen who ascribe the success of their^horses to the nutritious grasses of^these volleys and to the remarkable^conditioning r iwvrs of the irraln grown^here. It is. moreover, an Important^fact that the highest price paid fur cat^^tle djurtng Um period when the U-^ s^market was at Its height last sprint;,^was that paid fur a tralnload of cattle^fattened in the Bitter Root valley. ThereIs a wonderful diversity of^opinion among the ranchmen ^'f the^valley regarding the hay crop this^Kumnnr. A Standard reporter taal^week Interviewed Nrver.il prominent^men of the valley who put up a large^amount of hay. *M no two of them^expressed the same opinio*. Om III^thought that his crop would be larger^this year than last, another believed^that his would be ShOOl the sane,^while the its, i s: on ,:^ .1 the Held Mils^year as from .^^ to 10 pi r cent, less than^that of 1MH. It Is probable that the^Mil hay Cfoa Of the valley will be^wmewhat bel nv the average this year,^but the shrinkage will not he as great^as was estimated earlier In the season.^There will certainly be enough for a^large export this fall and during the^winter Thepotato crop lias pulled up well^from the bad condition In which the^cold sprint lift It and there are some^splendid t'u Ids of tubers In all pans of^the valley At 1/tm I-ou. John Delaney^has a prize field of spuds that nttr.i is^the attention of passengers on the^trains up and down lha valley. It Is^really a model fbld and the agricul^^tural college ought to have a photo^^graph of It. Hitler Root potatoes rank^at the head of the list, as do all the^products of thin h markable valley,^and there will not ba so large a short^^age in the crop this year that the poo-^pie In Uutte and Anaconda cannot en-^Joy the happiness of eating a mealy,^plump, snowy potato from the Bitter^Hoot this fall. Preparationsme well under way for^the fall exhibition of Ihe Kavalll Coun^^ty Fair ^ Raring association Work^on the fair buildings Is progressing^rapidly and It Is already evident that^the asnclatlon's equipment will be the^beat of any similar organization In the^state. The main building will be con^^structed In the form of a cross and^will afford the t^est possible means tOf^the proper display of the fruit and^vegetables. The proximity of the fair^grounds to the city Is a feature of de-^elded advantage and will bi appre^^ciated by visitors from abroad Publicsentiment In the valley Is set^^ting very strongly in favor of the im^^mediate construction of the inuch-^dlscussed wagon road to the illlilntiis-^ville country. The adv.linages of tIlls^road 40 the whole valley are great and^the market which would be afforded^for the products of this section W lOtd^become an Important one. The Be ipla^across the range want to do business I^with this ralley and will if the Hitter | Hooterswill only meet them half way. ( Theopening of the Tanas open^house has been tlxed for July and ,^John Dillon, the p tpular comedian, will |^be the Hint attraction Th^ house Is ,^now complete at*.I ll on* I f the hand- I^somest In the state. Except the llutt - I^house It Is the best i ll the West Side Theopening will be made a gal i v., ^.^and will be atti nd i by p ^pl* trots all overthe valley. Q, N Hartley, tlie^Itssee and IBllff r. is la Iowa I ' nightmaking th- final srrangem ni^for the perform iti c Mr. Hartley^played Dillon in Oreal falls for two^nights and says he made the (Teal^hit of the season. The lodlem i cattgtrl^on from the rtart and the play w.,s^thoroughly enjoyed, ^Waatod, the Karth. was wrltt'n especially for Mr.^Dillon and it l^ said to tit th- comedian^like a glove. The natural order In^which Mr. Heege foil v. on incident^after another makes r.uli ludicrous^aRuatioii a no -- .^ what goesbsfor Thii apiaad m fromsrchltectural design givi I lb* SU-^dltor's Imagina'i- n fre- ; iy to specu-^late upon the solution of the many^seemingly laextrlcable complications^resulting from a New Jersey farmers^struggle to gain wealth and SOfial po^^sition in the asttrep dto. UPRATTLESNAKE. TheHon* Baa swai v Ftaast* Paras*!^Linn h Di saatedi MissoulaJuly B.^Bvarjrbady sraa^didn't go to the bail eam,; yesterday,^went fishing, and to-day there are some^of the biggest lies that were ever told^floating around. 8ome of them no^^body would believe, but a few are a i II^calculated to deceive the unwary and^innoctnt denizen of the city who never^gets beside the running waters of the^trout streams. There is but one party^that has yet reported, whose story has^any substantiation whatever and th^^tale is one so sorry that it mu I ba^true. Hi Henry w nt up the Rattle-^snake with a horse and buggy and^took along a lunch for himself ami ^1us^gavllle, who accompanied him. Whenthey had gone several mil - up^the valley their horse became fright^^ened and ran. They were not ,n th*^buggy, but started in In t pursuit. Th I^horse ran through a rail fence, taking^the buggy with him. rushed across a^field and through tut creek, and then^upset the vehicle on the opposite baak.^This much of the story Is undoubtedly^true. But the rest is a little question^^able as regards Us veracity. Ill says^that the buggy and horse arert nn in^^jured In the least; that all that was^miseing from the cargo was the lunch;^that the outfit was straightened out^and the Journey CO*USUI Justas they were getting hungry,^they came upon the headquarters of a^plcnlo party, but could find none of the^picnickers. After satisfying the:i^aa to the absence of this party, th* McLaadl)Is serl- I S.Settle of the^company, will hungryfishermen raided the commls sarywagon snd filled up. Then the^restored the crumbs and left * note^thanks. They caught n^^ fish. '.ilt-SOULAcos^s^;.. Missoula,July 22 -P. R. Dolman of^Ftuttc. Lyman Lorlng of Kallspell and^Robert K. Flsk and C. B. Miller of^lb V ii i fouc of the members of the^Soldiers' home commission, cam* in^from the West on a freight train this^morn lag after a hard overland trip^the reservation and a partial^wreck on the railroad In which they^^arrowI.\ escaped Injury. The wreck ^^:^^eurred on the hill. The gentlemen^wetre met to-day by a board of trade^committee and were shown some of the^tract^ offered for the Soldiers' home It^It be located hcire. This afternoon they^were taken to Tort Missoula. To-mor-^i w the visitors will be taken to the re-^maiiel i- of the sights that tire available^and they Will leave In the evening. Dr.^Miller was obliged to go on to Helena^to-night. Ba-QreraOf Leslie and Marshal Ha^^lt y t ame over from Helena to-night to^attend to th* prosecution of Sherman^and Jackson, charged with selling 11-^QUor to Indians. The trial will begin^to-morrow morning. Walter, son of K. S.^ously 111 K.A. It.lines ami \\^Missoula Mercantile^have in a few days for the East to^purchase goods. Qoorfjs.vy. lioiigherty of Corvallis Is^In the city. Thecounty commissioners are still In^session as a hoard of equalisation. i,v.itei supplj ^: Mouth Mis-oiila^will ba shut off on Wednesday on ac^^tum, tif a broken main. Consumers wintherefor* nn ag tubs ami buckets Tuts lav night. John1). Huff, editor of the Hitter^Hoot Times, came down from Hamil^^ton this noon. K.H. Couney came In from Stevens-^VlUa to-day. after spending several^lavs in ihe valley. Theexecutive committee of the board^of trade held a meeting this evening^to rnnaldaf the d im proposition. fld timers state that the water^ooaraal In this section are lower this^mason than ever before. I'hiiOagaaa has takes possession of Idstlnn new shop on Higgins avenue, HermannKohn is tilting up a new^store In the room formerly occupied by^the parlor restaurant aad the (iagnan^barber shop. Thecrop of raspberries, currants and^go o Ic i i ies In the valley Is much bet^^ter thnn usual, those fruits not having In arTe ted. as were strawberries by thelata frosts.^^: ^ ^: inl liesehamps came up from hlaranch In Qraaa Valley this morning. H says that haying Is well under way nth* lower valley ami aatbswtaa the haycrop as fully up to the average. On^^ an ^ few ranches, there will be a light^crop, but the yield, as a whole, will be^Up to the mark. The Latimer and Des- charaparoaches win have nearly ao muili as last year. The grain b is In greatlybenefited by the late warm^weather and the crop will be good. SFlIJi AT \ HALL GAME Hot.Tomales Against Darby's Heelers^Sunday. WHOLr;LOT OF RUNS MADE workedbadly on his system. The re^^sult was that when otlicer Kelm trlel^to quiet him on West front sereet this^afternoon, rireen kick^'! the officer In^the stomach. He only swiped him on^the left side of the head with his cane^and Cin en dropped like a log. He was^loaded Into a hack and taken to Um^the house, wnere he was laid out in the^- h ob '.i I sprmkl I ivith cold water^He soon recovered consciousness but^his head will be sore for some time. UCASOPERA HOUSE BrownloSmith Can't Play Ball a^Little Bit- Big Money Changes^Hands and Who Lost^and Won. Hand,ton.Mont., o. N Hartley Mgr. tiKAND OPENING^rionday, July .'o. OULERAFFIDAVIT.^Klynn Asa* for a ^ bssjga of Venue soil It isKeadiiv faoaaaofe. Missoula,July 22.^ What Is probably^the qaaataal affidavit ever tiled In this^county was sworn to before Judge Lo^^gan tills ufletuuon In the case of Huff^vs. i'lynn. The defendant moved for^a change of venue but stated no^ground for his belief that Judge Lo^^gan Is prejudiced against him. As the^now coties rotnjlra lha statement of somefact In connection with such a rootion, Judge i.ogati rofaaoi to enter* tainIt until some fact was stated. The^^ I-''t ti lain then it tired with his attor- iiy aad soon returned and subscribed andswore to an affidavit which was In^substance as follows: Theundersigned Is the defendant in^the above entitled case and It Is his be^^lief that the Justice Is a member of the^Order known as the A. P. A., and that,^as such, he Is prejudiced against the^defendant, who Is a Catholic. TheJudge was dumbfounded, caught^his breath and granted the change of^venue asked for. And now ha is smil^^ing to think what un awful reputation^a man can get if lie doesn't try. Siib.crlbelor the Standard. oaraenjoys Bothtlio method anil results when^S nip ^tf FioS is taken; it is pleasant^MM n'freshing to the taste, ntnl acts^gently yet promptly M the Kidneys,^Liver and Howels, cleanses the sys^^tem effectually, dispels colds, head^^aches and fevers and cures habitual^constipation. Syrup of Figs i^ the^only remedy of its kind ever pro-^(ItH-eil, pleasing to the taste and ac^^ceptable to the stomach, prompt in^it^ action and truly beneficial in its^effects, prepared only from the most^health v ami agreeable substances, its^many excellent qualities commend it^to all and have made it the most^popular remedy known. Syrupof Figs is for sale in 50^cent bottles by all leading drug^^gists. Any reliable druggist who^may not have it on hand will pro^^cure it promptly for any one who^w isln s to try it. Do not accept any^Pabgtituta. CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO. 4*fHAUCISeO. CAL lauisviiu.jr.he* ram, nr. IheBest Blood Purifier,^I alissoula,July 22.^ When, In years to^come. It ihall become the painful duty^of some sculptor of renown to engrave^upon a spotless msrble shaft the epi^^taph of ^Brownie^ Smith, he will carve^upon Ihe tablet something like this:^^He was a good man, but he couldn't^play ball. He thought he had a snap,^but he fell down ^ And then the crowd^thut saw the baseball game yesterday^will weep and admit that it was true;^that Smlthle meant well, but he needed^fixing. Then the band will play a dirge^and the funeral will be over, but It Is^doubtful if there Is any more genuine^sorrow among the friends of Mr. Smith^than there was to-day, when the Hot 1^Tomales were vanquished by Darbee's^Heelers. There was genuine grief^there, but with Darbee and his Heelers^It was different. They smiled. Fromthe very Inclplenry of the game^misfortune marked the Tomales for Its^own. In the first place, Brush Oreen-^ough, one of the star players, very^clumsily cut his hand and his place^had to be tilled by a fellow who didn't^know a base from a foul tip. Charlie '^I'orman, who Is a first-class lull play^^er, got cold feet last night and went up^the Hitter Root valley rather than play^the game to-day. The Hot Tomales^hail engaged three umpires, believing^that one of them would suit the Heel^^ers, but Parbee wouldn't have any one^of them. So Hawley, Hammond und^UrlfTln went to the grand stand nnd^Darbee rang in Cropper, a soldier from^the post, clad In gorgeous array. Asthe game progressed It became^evident why Darbee wanted Cropper^to umpire. He made the Tomales get^four men out; he called strikes on^Hrownle's men snd he did everything^he could to win the game for Darbee a^Heelers. It was a shame to treat a^nice gentleman like Mr. Smith In this^way and the Tomales would have Iieen^Justified In nulttlng the game. Hut they^played It out and stuck 10 their parts^like men. The umpire allowed a Heeler^to stand close to lirst base and coach,^but he wouldn't permit a Tomale to j^come within 20 feet of a runner and so^the game went on. TheTomales were by far the hand^^somest team. They wore lavender^shirts with scarlet breast shields up-^oi which appeared in white letters, H.T.^ This was supposed to mean^Hot Tomales. hut was Interpreted after^the game as ^Heap Tired.^ On this^team there were three men In the Held^who could catch a ball^Addison, Ster-^ling, flcorge Beekwith and I'.d Mix.^The others took turns falling down on^the ball. Hut they at least stopped it.^which was more than the Heelers did^most of the time. At the bat Brownlo^Smith did well, but he got out invaria^^bly trying to play funny on first base.^Terriault was the star baiter. Thomp^^son anil Stewart made a good battery^but they couldn't win the game alone. TheH**lorS wore black shirts with D.H.^ in white letters on the fronts.^It was a gruesome uniform and the^club v as u hard looking aggregation.^Bin they played good ball^with the^timely assistance of the umpire. Cap^^tain Darbee, wore a white sweater with D.H.^ In black letters on the chest.^On the back was a skull and cross^bones. Darbee played In right field and^waited for the halls to roll to him. At^the bill he fanned out whenever he^i eld to gel his base on balls. He was^i poor player but he knew a lot about^umpires. He didn't need to play. Wor-^den and Cyr did good battery work but^the outtleltl was very punk. On the^liamnnd. third and shortstop were^good, but second and first were not up^to the mark. It would have wOM a^very even game If the umpire hadn't^been fixed by Darbee. That was too^bad. Therewere many amusing Incidents^to the game. Frank McHafTie of the^Heelers acted like a Jumping Jack when^the ball wasn't near him, but when It^came Inward him. he ran^away from^It. Fussy and Husey played without^an error^on the bench. Kelly did good^work^talking. Smlthle made a home^run^or he would If he hadn't fajlen^down on third base with a thud that^Jarred the grand stand. Timmy^Thompson did some good pitching^be^^fore the game. Space forbids th^^chronicling of all the brilliant and en^^tertaining plays. The score was: Heei-^ers. Ja; Tomales, 17. Heturn game next^year. About$:.(KH) changed hands on the^game. Harvey Thompson and Brownie^Smith having wagered the most of It.^Billy Baker and Charlie Johnson won^most of it. HAY AND GRAIN. BeuutlfulFluids of Wheat snd Oats-lle-^KInniii : to (ul the CirsKt- Stevcnsvllle,July L'2.^This part of^the valley Is In the condition of un^^usual exclttncnt and worry which usu^^ally accompanies haying and the av^^erage farmer is as Irritable as a Dur^^ham bull. Hut the hay Is being har^^vested In good shape and already the^grain crop Is beginning to turn from^green to golden yellow. In a few places^00 the high bench lands, oats are ready^to be cut and there will be but slight^Intermission between the haying and^harvest seasons. Theoutlook for the fruit crop Is ex^^cellent. Orchardlsts estimate that the^appla crop this year will be nearly^double that of last season. The trees^are In g.s^d condition and the fruit Is^maturing In fine shape. It Is sn off^year for plums, these trees bearing^heavily only on alternate years, but^there will be a fair crop of this fruit.^Wherever there are peach trees In the^valley they arc heavily loaded and the^fruit Is of exceptionally good quality.^It i* believed that this year will dem-^aaatrata that the valley Is well adapt^id to the culture Cf peaches, as the^s i- i has been unfavorable as a^Whole, Despite this fact there are as^handsome Delaware and Crawford^pt ache.i as were ever seen anywhere,^ripening on the trees here In this val^^ley Workon the new hotel Is progressing^favorably, although there has been^boom delay in,the delivery of material.^The structure is well enclosed and be^^gins to show what It will he when^finished It will be completed in time^to ho used during the fall fruit show. J)|John Dillon Awell selected text is half of the ser^^mon. Given a good text and a preacher^who is in earnest, and the result is sure^to be good. The text of this article Is a^plain simple statement that proves itself^in the reader's own mind without argu^^ment. The text is ^ Good health is bet^^ter than great riches. Withouthealth nothing really matters^very much. A hacking cough takes all^the beauty out of a landscape or a sunset.^Erysipelas or eczema will sjx^il the enjoy^^ment of sprightly conversation, of a beau^^tiful concert, of a wonderful painting.^The biggest bank account in the world^won't pay a man lot his health, but a^very small amount of money will make^him healthy and keep him healthy. Mostall bodily troubles start in the^digestive or respiratory organs. It is^here that improper living first makes an^opening for disease. The development^differs as constitutions ami temperaments^differ. The causes arc almost identical.^To get at the root of the matter is simple^enough if you start rtjjlit. Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery^is a medicine for the whole body. It^works through the digestive organs on^all the others. Itcures the first thing it comes to and^after that, the next. H puts health in^place of disease in the stomach, and from^the vantage groin ! thus gained, it^reaches every fiber of the !^ody and drives^disease before it ^ indigestion, liver^troubles, ki'Iney complaint, biliousness,^skin and scalp diseases salt-rheum, Utter,^eczema, and all the troubles caused by^impure blood. .sAkiiAPARlLLA. 'ANSYPiLLS! --BSlFI ^K0 SUSt S^^0 4c.FM^W^M**S SAFl ;,:euHauMto:'Wu.ca^ Beianc Co,rr.LA..S^. ARETHE 5E5T CIGARETTESMOKERS whocsre to pay a little more than the cost^of ordinary trad* cigarettes will find the PETCIGARETTES^SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Madefrom the highest cost Gold Leaf^pro.vn in Virginia, and are ABSOLUTELYPURE INTI1K NEW COMKDY Wanted,The Earth ONENIGHT ONLY Auctionsale of ^eat^ at Wrlgbt li Hagermso'i^^tore, Wedneidsy, 10a. in. BitterRoot Valley Farmsm Sale JCflflIP a*rei. Improved, 1 mils to^*f/*J\S\J dopot sail poniofflce.^^C 1 OOf 1 lU^ acres. aooiUetof buildings,^^p I ,\s\J\J i mliK to ponoRlcs, ichool and depot. CQflftICO acres, good water rlfht, SO^^ OwU acres under fence, 5 miles to countyseat. (CI Qfin 160 aerei, all fenced, good^^t^ ^ t^^\J\J water rli;lit. near sciioil.^^C I Cflf) x0 BOM, s I feuced, i mil** to^^p I ,\J\J\J postofflcs and town, i^ mils to scaool,young oreliurd. $7 500 *-cr*,'^ w*^ lmPinT,('' mileto tcbo ^ll, pottoflles and^depet. besrlne orchard.^Writs for what you want and about thn amount^on will Invest and I will tend you u^QnsiBSst* desci Iption. Will go with you to any^of these proi erties GEO.P. BROOKS, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, MISSOULA,MONTANA, MontanaCentral Railway ThePopular Koute to3t. Paul,Chicago NewYork and all Hunts fcast. LUXURIOUSItsWira ('Alts, KLEUANTUININO CAK8, AND^LTH0LST1.ULO TOUUl.-sl' ULbl .fkm^ON MAIN LINK ATLANTICLXWLsS Lcavt*^:io p. m liLi 1 L-i il.L.1. ^ \ cXHrtuxs Lv^S s. m CITYTICKET OFFICE. No1 Ob Main ggji Uutt^^K. L Whit.mkv.j. L. Dawiiox, U.i: a., at. I'aoLO, a., Uutt*. CHARLEShMSLEY, Scientificand^Decorative Missoula,Moat WHENOTHER* FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR8WEANY, Th.alMrnxl MM ^ I W,IiT t*o w^11 and favorably^known by hit I .^ , : ,v^c^ful prartic-a on tha nHi^(^.^a** iruarantrt^. a rura In ^r^ry en-* be undertake*In BLOODAND SKIN pfi 'uS^'Z KIDNEYAND URINARY abdomen, bladrtar, aadl- mentinurine, brl ^. ,|,,*t or while, painful iirinaUona.^'iljirM''^ W^d all ^Ua^aaa^ of the bladder. PRIVATa .Uneaato, gleet, ^trtcture, do*.^T-fr.-^f* 1 C ntuuio^. ^rpMII* hyiirocaia,^i.miMinruiM-, lartcorvaa, tandemeta, aweil-^Inca. ^rakne-o of,,,^.. flMula and niptura. LOSTMANHOOD Kl3 tefSL^p nilOld M,^ Thl itnfulfffKtsiifr.nlt In.ll.rrHltTrw,^immuring ^*^..^,..,. SKRVlUS 1'HlUI.lTV. night SMUsBms,t*kMtisa asass, i)impiH^. ssssnssiss, Iom|^jn^^^t ^, iAmmM both IsdSSM br^in,^Uf DITC ^ tro^m^ If out nl city. Tsou^WW,r^^ ^ m l, curtd by rorrp.p,inttenc, inl SS'1^^ IlT Koo* Wit trre on rJoUMt fit-t. L. ^^j \. M anrk ^ It, San Ki^ii,i c* Missoula,Montana, Higgins Are. one.mil one-half blocks front N. F de- po*.Una and ou^-1i.i f b o*.^s from^business center. Ilxcedent table,^s earn heat, K.ectno liftus. bathi, fieo^bus, sample ruouis for oommerclal men.^Kates $:'.uu. Wm.Kennedy, Mgr JtOJLfiAg.flJUa.8,8JLg-nJU.ILB.ILg.lt.^ SU MEN Whywaste t mo and money with doctors whenI will -end I'Kgr Hit' jwscr.ptlon lor a^new and p tsll.ve leniidy for a prompt ami last*^me me 1,. in-) MAN OOi 11 ^ .lint lMl'O-^lENi'V! 1 am not i doctor, but aliwy r. and^eiitain-d tliSwondeifm formula while in l'arls,^I ranee, fr, in t , oat ce.stna e,i speeu 1st in^tll-t as*- o't: e ^'^^!] u urtua y ors;m^ the wor.d^ever knew I made a aew insa ^^! meant II^w,ll i o the s in e Mr you Ko reinor nn var co-^ceoand strength iiiagasaajl a*s^ aaaaasM *^^fecilstiun Buisslooa, MK-hawooderfuicbanira^wl I be Made in run 13 to ^ oajrshf Its uaeili.u^you wll b ^ . ^ ,-ashed Kverv inau siiiterlut^iT 'tii NKKVlH ^ DEBILITY or any other^troub*caused I y t.nilhlu' errors or exesss of^any km,! -tin : .I -out at ones to 'ai* praacriiv^ton. In l ne i ents In St^*ap^. Atl ire^s^plalnlr U ;W i Klv OE.^itl^El^Al! AVEM'K,^SAN fKA^CI i l). PATON A TEAR. tieKtatM an (^m^er In t Is * istuuiii li and^la ( ti tled Off Mis.-otili. July 22.^Pat Green Is a^section l^oss on the Northern Pacific,^and is u^u^IIy a quiet, well behaved^fellow, bat lie oaaaa I0 town to-day and^the worm weather and poor whiskey PAINE'S.^XELERy Q)MP0UNIT hSXgfat. iANYWIERE M\ Ifyou are so that your ticket from^nasuoils, St. Paul or uuluth reads rla litNORTH-WESTERN III (C.St. P. M. * O. Ry) Threei3i Klrst i las^ Trains Lsar* Mlq- neapolitand St. Paul for Chicago on ar-^rltal o( trains from Anacoodt ss follows: Leav.-Minneapolis 7:40 an; St Paul 8:10 ass.^Dally Badger StaM Kspreis.^Hat, Parlor Car toi hicaico. Arrlra MU-^waukeaSiiM pin, Clucato 9:49 pm. rOOS0^^^^^^0^^^^^^0^X)^^^^^^00^^^^^X^Oi^B. R. D. CO., ManhoadRastorad^Prcscrlatloa BEFOR t aho AfTEH, ^ 959 Winquiekli *ur* you of all aerroui d*^^ea-'s a .0 1 as lost manhood, pains lath*^task, sainlnai emissions nervous d*bill*f,^untltutaa to marry. aiBansilng drama, ,av^poiency and a!, its horrors. A written icuar*^anti*aud mousy nfun led If tlx boaegdoea^not eflsct a permanent cur*. * par bus,^-lx tor ^,^^, by mail -eeure v aea est Mansv^fat tursdby A. Aig'udM. Par a Address all^mull to l^. M. N*wuro Drug to.. Sol* Agta,^una City. Moo' Leaveninaeapolli 6 00 pm; St. Paul o:jj psa. Exe*ptSunday. Aliantle ft Southern^Exprna. lias Waguer Buttec Sleeper and^FREE Cbslr Car to Chicago. Arrive Chi^^cago s. jo am. LeaseMinneapolis 7:jo pas; St. Paul S:io psa. DallyFamous North-Western Limited^H.i- Pullman and Wagner Prlrsie Com-^parimeol snd M aeciloa Siaeoert and^Bugei smoklni Library roaches to Chica^^go. S eauor to Ml waukee. BraaklaK In^DinlniCar netore reachlni Chlcaao. Ar^^rive MUwaukej hgj am: Cmcago 9:*) am. PerIllustrated Folder PUKE dascrtptlT*^of Splendid Tram service via Tbla Line to^Bioux City (Im ih t. Kansas Ci v, Dulnth,^Asbland, aa wel as u^ Milwaukee and^t hlcago. Call oa your Hum* Aitent or ad^^dress T.W. TEASDAI.E. UeneralPaaieager 4*Jnt,p4uj JTliEoriqinal dealers m everythinq SHIPPERSOF HAY, OATS, WHEAT and all kmda ol Farm^and R^inch Produce Write us lor prica^. Merchants, Com^^mission Men. Consamers, who me or hanJle aay ot tha above^or Erjjs. Buf.er, Fruit, Bjr.-iei and (ia-dyn Prodtcj in quanti^^ties will find it to advan.agy to 17.v ^ u^ their ord tr3. We han^^dle a larga part of tne product Of the Bitter Ro-^t Valley; are in^position to make prices to suit tne markst. and invito corre^^spondence. Hxmi.ton,Montana^^^^^^^^^^^^0^^C-C-OC OOOOOO 0^K^Oi^0 000 BitterRoot^Development Company, Manufacturer!aud Who.eiale Dialers In 1 Allkinds o( Mining and Bridge Timbsrs a specialty. Large Dry^Kilns in connection with the Mill. Sash and Door Factory.^Saah, Djois, Mouldings, Cedar Shingles and Pine Lath. Inter^^ior Finish Hard Wood or Pine. Hand Rails, Balusters and^Newel Posta. Scroll Sawing, Turn.ni and Fancy Brackets.^Orer 3,000,000 leat of No. 1 Clear r'inish in Stock, either Yard^Seasoned or Kiln Dried. Estimates and Price Lists furnished^on application. [BOX 264 - - - HAMILTON, MONT. jUtc,_o 01oooooofl QJUUULA SUUUUL2.8JL8JL8JUUAA BitterRoot Developmeat Company ANACONDAAGENCY. DEALERSIN ** I*^* t * * kaaaas)*a^*^a^*a^****^a^*^M^aooa^ooo^ji^^^oo^oaaooooaa*a Lumber,Lath and Shingles. Sash,Doors, Blind3, Etc., Lira.', Hair Plaster and Cement.^Agents for the Standard Prassod Brxk and Red Brick. CommercialAvenue, Anaconda, Montana. NorthernSteamship Company SteamshipNorth Vest and North Laid. IEHI*WEEKLY SERVICE, 1895. East-Bound,Mondays and Fridays^and Fridays from Buffalo. Connecti'^Island steamers for Lalce Michigan Po TheNorthern Steamsulus are exclusive'.*^Mackinac Island. Detro.t. Cleveland and lata!*^great lases. and *qua. la equlnnrni and fiiitsh II^water be.worn Dulutb an I niitlalo Is made a 1 tt^twenty mtea an hour. Al the comforts of tht^ fin^From Just, noise and conruslon. R n In count', i.^Mlnnei tta dnvalon. from the Twin cities anduie enstVisitors to or from the east should u.^ tlio Mr nnali.p one wav at least,^formation appljr to any agent ot Ibe Great Northern ll:i lw,iy, or adtlr^ti MatlVWest-bouiHl, Tupsiaya^rnadf at the $00 and Mack.nad- passpneer*and make stops at the Soo^1 lies* ships ar* the larg**l -in'l finest on th* ikottagssau^rt riio Ma Loss miles br It,s than tr..lo tim^, the aver.u ^ sp^ed be nj^si llo!e^ ire prttvll^!, with entire fre-d ^ra^:i will tin- Orsal Northern tr ilns^Eisiern^Miuie or ro 1111I trip tickets to points^For further la F.I. WHITNEY, O. P. A T. A., St. Paul. J.E. DAWSON, OEN. AQENT, Bu te, Alont. MUSICAND DANCING. TheGODFREY tie FOOTE Orchestra^have commenced an enefairem :nt at the^BOULDER HOT SPRINGS and will^Piay tor Parties Night or Day in the^Large Pavillion Wire for Rooms Q.G. BECKWITH, Manager.