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THE ANACONDA STANDARD. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7. 1893.
THEANACONDASTANDARD
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ukhaving raid, at a cabinet meeting;^Mi lust Tuesday, that patl^-ii^ i
endedund that the government of tin*^I'nltcd Slates ought to Interfere
Inhis conduct U the freedom with^which he tells the reBSftBI ^ I hat the^McKlnley administration will do and^what It will leave undone along lines^illy and firmly to rcs^ ue the lal- of important legislation. It Ih to be
Dallyand Riir.l^y. one ''^Dal'v and Bunday.^Dalle and aunday. thr^ month. ..^Dall- .ad I UMU7. on* month ..^Sunday, one vear
MainOfflr,-8t7r^rd_Bulldllnf,
T.-P1.Court
Euildlnj.
TMrd ha. branch offices ^t
Butte.Missoula and Great Kail. where Hon^advertl. ni rate. will ^* furnished on ap-
BMcatian.
Alliwaral bSrtSS letter, and co^-'^dwnd ^ ^ uld he addressed to THK^^TANPARI' I'^ HUSHING COMPANY.
Anaouiida.Moat
TOAPVKRTISKRS.
TheAnaconda Standard guarantees It.^advertisers a Iwna fide paid circulation.^Pally and Bunday, thre. times greater^than that cf any other newspaper pub^^lished In II* n no of Montana. Advertis^^ing aontracl. aiH be ro.da aubject to thl.^guarantee.
*SSi|10 HEWAHO.
Willbe raid for the arrest and conviction^^f any person cau.ht dealing the Stand^^ard from subscribers.
Mci.S't'A Y. I ^K( 'KM HKH 7. lv.it'..
To-dayUM eorreK|iondent^ at Wush-^Inglon will be telling how. when the^hand of the mb eM* ^^1 *^ m^b right^place. Hi. speaker rapped the chat-^tln^ BHWIlBB* to order and business^began. A clause In the federal i 'insti^^tution provides that the two housed of^rongreaa shall meet to-day. The open-^Ing at the BBBMa ^HI attract to the^national capital the |^olltlrlana of every^^Mb*, and from now until Inaugura^^tion day Washington will be the center^of iHilltlcal talk. The short session^will not greatly Interest the public; lla
time will Icciipied with routine
work.H Is nol counted on to bring^about ttM Ioiik heralded era of |irns-^perlly thai Is the task to which the^people who belong to ihe new order of^thing^ afler next March propoee to^address themselves. Probably both^houses will be Nja4l to receive the^president's message thla afternoon, ho^thai, lo-morrovv morning, the read-^era of the Standard will know of the^manner In which Mr. Cleveland lakes^his parting shot at the statesmen.
Nearthe Kltd.
Atmidnltrht the new* from the bed^^side of John II. FVllowa 1. th.it the^end Is at Mat Ills death will ckwe^a career that has been of more th^in^usual Interest. Mr. fellows ma not a^lawyer of l-ein.irkable hbill-It . but he^was a llgnie in politics. In that he wan^one of the ready s|..-ukers 1n demo^emtio eamimimi tlmea, his oraitoiy^w inning him a pi u-^ among the men^In the Tammany circle who did coni-^parativ. ly Utile of the planning but^who wen^ cxpeebst to point ithe moral^In convention halls or on the stump
MrFellows held his own for year*^In the line of service wt have men-^tinned with such New Yorker, an^Urady. ^Sunset'' Cm, SplnoU, Cock-^ran. ami others. A ilosen years ago.^or during the regency Of John Kelly,^tlr.tdy was T.imniany M mort ad ml ret I^orator: In rater yearn Mr. Keflows was^^ -.i-ilv i.ut ranked l.y i K'krun. u It hough^li^- was better trained than either of^Ile-iii In the Held of practical politics^and la' kept himself In favor longer^than ell le r of t h. ie
OMWoMthat came lo their cli
maxat the t'lueag.i invention of last
Julygave Mr NM a new leaae of I net If he prefers t^prominence in Hie |^^litical areata. He I concludes thai he^waa bltt rt\ nppiiaaf to the plan of the | atorsbli^m^ij^^nl^. and while Is- had vet-y mw. li^|.w weight m the ootnrafMtal than^MMT Hill or Mr. WMtney. he bs^k^a prominent pan in the orator), and^he was ..11 ^ f the moat lnu^atlent^among those who proposed to put a^g.^Mbi^g ticket In the tletd. Peraonally^Mr 1' II..H1 wa^ a i ^ isaiii gentleinni^ami he had h ^ BBBM of MbBJ I
X-w Y- rk'^ detaDOrtajBjB cdreb s.^pleas si him ,i]\\.i^s to rank a^ one
thetintenifbil.
Havingwashouts in the front of^them and washouts to the rear of^tlicm. the train, ^i, IM Northern l'a^^i:i^ s Montana dn slun. are at a^standstill and tin , flc of the line Is^l^a- in ally suspended. While many of^the .in, s ..; |he ii i have recourse to^other la.'.vaw tt,,. Interiupiion Is^BttMMl fell in busineaa BBfcM); the^t . nr. . f tl-,nd the delays in
Umdelivery nl frrlgkl are an uncom^^fortable reminder of day* and week. In^the past wli.n the railway aer\i. ^^^^throucli...it Montana waa under eni-
iu Tha. Hi | f^ct Ini idcnt la
th-dis^ nmfoi t of th.- situation are that^the Interruption I. due to cauaea over^which kamaalty ha. no control and^that Jie reaumptM of the regular^i i ^ w ill be speedily :.^^^ .mi-^pllthcd. ^^^
Inthe t artlaat.
pBrill lolereat Ik. ntaaa of Mr
leanclltt! ^ it how Pre.ident
Clevelanddeal in hi* BMBBB#^villi the 1'uli.n i|u. .lion. Curloalty^a. to what tie- nmsmge all! .ay Is^. i i . I by the t*ct that rumors^are rife of .harp difference, of opin^^ion within the cabinet circle a. to Hie^lourke that ought to be puraued.
Seirelaiv'ill.. .~ deemed to be the^cabinet ne an. r who ha. been the a.l-^i vis-ate of an M|H^haj policy in dcal-
andfrom ruin and It. Inhabitants^from slaughter. ,
TheImprea.lon la that Secretary^Olnev hua been fully committed lo^thla policy for nearly a year and that,^last spring. President Cleveland v. a.^almost persuaded to adopt the aecre-^tary's view*. At that llm^, however,^ihe pjBBt positive aaaurani.-ea were^given from Madrid that the rebellion^would promptly lie crushed, and the^president concluded to pause. Now^that the administration Ih mo far ad^^vanced toward Us i lose. Mr. Cleve^^land Is repreaented as strongly dl.-^p.ised I^ leave the Cuban i|Ue.tl m .^the heritage for the next adii.inlslra-^A. cording to ih^ leport. that^have l.akisl nut respei ling last week s^cublnet talk, the president ^lll Insist:^mid thus Secretary tllney will not^round out his cabinet career with u^stroke of diplomacy out of whiih hit-^halo might hereafter be made.
tineof Maine's Men.
DI.euH.lngthe que^tlon of rBVBJMBi^lulls. Mr. Dingh y said lo a newspaper^reporter, last Saturday. Hu t the .s.-u-
alewill Hike the |iii i,ii|. 1-1. llted ,!t
IheHist session of the present (.in^^gress or nothing. Tie e..iigr.s^n:an^was asked whether hi. committee^would submit a revised measure, in^case assurance, were given that, with^Hi-, revisions, the bill would pruts. Mr.^Olngley'a answer wu. an emphatic^negative. ^The senate mini! io I on the^measure In tta possession,^ he said,^^or nol at all. We will not BBM an^^other bill.^^This talk may be cons'lrued to dl: -^' pone of the i|iiesti..ii thai bus been^i mm h dlacuHRcd, hh to the jiroliablllt y^! of tariff leglslullou during the session^lhat begins to-day. Th^ wolds of Ihe^I chairman and the manner in which he^Is dccrlbed as having uttered them^! are Ihe Haunting of a red rag before^the eye. of certain senators who, for^i the .ake of a principle which they^hold dear, refused to vote for Mr.^Plngley patchwork when It reached n^vote In the senate. ' Kvldently the^friends of the next administration are^willing lo bt thing, go from bad to^worse, ns far as the revenues are con-^rerned, until after next Inauguration^day
Meanwhile. Mr Dingley hlflBBBtf con^^tinues to be the hero of nil endless^amount of gossip. Ills recent pilgrim^age lo ^'anion started all the tongues^The Maine congressman protests that^his Interview with Major Mi Klnley^w as w ithout slgnillcaiu c. yet rutin.i s^Hy thick and fast lo Ihe effect that^only one cabinet appointun nt has been^tSMtalB sell led. and that la the se^^lection of Mr. Plngley for the depart^^ment ..f the treasury. If he la named,^the s. le. Hon will simply be an evi^^dence of the fai t that, for men who are^unit.Itli.us for political advancement,^the chairmanship of the house BBBV^milln ways and means Is n signiil-
BMlHlopptllg-stnne.
HeIs Saying Nothing.
Someof the Washington correspon^^dents ale saying lhat Senator Sher^^man is not at all pleased ut the free^^dom wilh which his name Is mixed up^In Mr. HBBJaWl plans. In live or^six Instances reporteis have put to^the senator Ihe i|ueslion whether he^would accept a place in the cabinet.^In several cases Ihe senator', only re^^sponse was a Hat refusal to discuss^Ihe subject. In one Instance he Inti^^mated thai several |pie in tihio
weretaking bJMJBUM too many lib^^erties with his name.
ItIs agreed that the veteran sena^^tors ne has been aroused by the muss^of newspaper comment which has In^^ferred thai MBJBM w ill make Hie plans^and Sherman will follow llnin. that^llanna will put Sherman in Hie oabi-^.1 I hal. if llanna
lll.l like Hie sell
Shermanwill waltz out of^| the senate and make place for li(lit.^Hue can hardly blame Mr Sherman
If 1MB* tilings vex BMj II^ letllelM
la-rsthat wiihin iwenty years three^piesnbills have been bMBBB 1MB
'Ohio, lb- lias Iii left with Ills presi-
[d. titial aspirations ungialilled. yet be^' had a national reputation bebne ilar-^fleld or Hayes or Hi Klnley enjoyed^more ihan local fame Naturally it^stirs his iiulck MBBJST ,n^' n^ ui^'an^like BJhnr* B/MBi notoriety In BBBJ-^tii s is only a lew weeks old. should^take conspicuous liberties with bis^name. P Mr. llanna undertakes, in^view of what has transpired, lo assign^Senator Sherman to the cabinet, lie^BfBtaM) ^ill sere a failure
remenilic'edthat Mr llanna Is not an^..Hi. ^ r of the govetiimi in he is .Im^^ply the i nglneer of a political mac hine^will, h governmental form, do not rec^^ognize. At the same tune tie- public^realize, that what Mr. llanna say.^goc^. The real aim of hi. much talk^^ing is not . oneeali d. II deala In^trims In much that lie guys, but he^manages BjBMSB to ring in a word or^tWB which i. designed to Impress on^IM Blind of the public tin- idea that
Hi.-fri olnage question lias been dla-
BSBBlOf; lhat is an Issue which Mr.^llanna does put want to face again.
Kventhe New- Ydrk Post has occa^^sional gbaniH of reason. It rises t^^i. ,i.:^11; that Thou.at. C l'lalt Is an^agency that ^Is engage I much more^effectively than llrjan in destroying^ihe popular res|wct for American In^^stitutions and conlideme In American^. i me- nt us set forth in the w rltlen^...nsliluiIon and laws ' The Host^might luce added that another sued^agency Is lo he found in the person^of I.ariy CMMUB*
NATTYiNAT_i;00DWIN
He'sGetting Lot^ of Valuable Adver^^tising Ju3t Now.
SO IS HIS LLADING LADY
ItWill All Serve to Draw a Crowded^Hou.o to i: ea the Noted^ttago Artist Next^Thursday.
Possiblypro.perity tried lo return^via that California air ship.
If^iovernor-elect Smith in really of^M ^.-.ni..lineal turn of mind, he might^postpone his Inaugural ball until after^BB has made Ills a|.|iolntments and^utilize the music of the disappointed^candidates for dancing purposes.
TheLeiulvlllc grand Jury seems to^be opposed to free and unlimited cold
lead.
Itha. been some time since the J^I'ierpont .Morgan syndicate made a^hit, but Just wait till It gets onto Mc-^Kiiil.w's delivery.
rresideiitCleveland's annual mes-^sage to-day will be his last but It Is^fenced by tolcuiuph operators and ed^^itors pot his least.
'There Is an elopement epidemic In !^the wind^ says the MM Herald.^Huston's conservatism must be suffer^^ing a severe blow.
WhileMacro appears to have Wey- |^ler licked, lie is somewhat suspicious^of the Inl.unions of ltefereo Cleveland.
Mr.Keib y. of Missoula, has started^a campaign against the employment^of femnle clerks hy the legislature.^Kvldently h^ would have ihe legisla^^ture go at Its business calmly and^methodically and without any bustle.
Would Brother Moody have us tell
Ipie we are BfM b^ see them
whenwe are not'.^' anxiously Inquires^He- Washington Past We think not.^The best course to pursue is not to^BBS them til all on anything short of^three of | kind, unless you nre sure^of your bluff.
WithIhe death of her district attor^^ney. New Y'ork will lose one of the^best Follows in the world.
Illnaming bis Ik ^The First Hat-^He.^ Mr. lb.\un does not wish it un^^derstood that he accepts the doctrine^that the first shall be last.
TheIndications are that Ihe fulled^Stales senate Is alsiut to devote Its^energies P. the aci|Uisilion of a large^and varied assortment of ^unfinished^business ^
Weinfer that the excitement on the^I'acifie const over the Fllzsimiiions-^Shurkey debate has somewhat sub^^sided. The San Francisco Call enter^^tains Its readers with a powerful edi^^torial on Village Post masters'' and^the 1'.nilnnd tiregonlan has vigorous^^ly attacked the Mallhusinn theory.
Thecoming New York legislature is^evpect.d to provide for the free an-
ahsis..f all 1rs made In the stute.
The..nice of state boor Insp^. or^ought to be a fat one.
IThe Judge who tries Ihe burglar who^is said lo hu\o BSM Idelltitled by the^Impression of his teeth In the pumpkin^pie he had left half eaten in the pan-^Iry. may rule lhat that kjnd of evi^^dence is tooth in.
Wefail lo observe thai the physi^^cians and surgeons of the country are^Joining in the football prohibition
movement
I^ ads a I. ^ ' ,H |n. |l ^ Blll.S t
linugMain ;u u hak. lie i. uAi^-'U^i
TheSalt Lake Tribune expresses the^' opinion that If a BJBBUBBBM whom II^refers to as ^old man Haggin^ could^i live |M years, he would own the^world But be would probably be sat-^isiie.l wilh that. If Judge (ioodwiii^were als.. living a! the time, old man^HanlB would cheerfully concede him^the tlesb and the .I^ ^ viI.
Illhis allusions to th^ alleged lm-^movement of the country s condition^however. Mr. Cleveland will hardly^1 dare no so far in his message as to^.Linn a restoration of BBBbMbMB
Iill Hie ballleship Ti xas
Adecision rendered In Judge Mc-^llaitoiis curt last week is BBMMff^strom; BUBMBUOB that the coming^session Bl Helena can make a batter^record than Its BfBaMBBBSf If It hires^fewer h.ingers-oii and BBBfB compe^^tent ilerks In this Instance th,. ques^^tion of the legality of a tax on certain^property In Silver How county was^raised. The act was Intended to be an^act to provide a remedy for the un^^law ful levy and collection of puldi.^revenue I'y the time It came from^the legislature. It was an act to pro^^vide for the unlawful levy and col^^lection of ta.e*. the words a rem^^edy^ being omitted.
IfIt is line thai IB.ro are to be no^HilMB Of liquors in the white house^dining Hie M administration, Mr^Cl.\eluiid will not be tempted to pay^his sue. essor any social . nils, not l.y a^Jugful.
BrotMffMoody is drawing an nver-
ageof I people lo his New York
revivalmeetings. If he keeps on,^M ...ly may reasonable expect to cli-^M.le the attention of the thoughtful^Xew York public with the Journal's^vellow kid.
BUtta, Dec. 6.^Nat Goodwin, the
aoteal BsaftBMsjh vM ^tUI raosjss
liutte'.opera house next Thurulay.^end his 1 .^ .i ii111111 leading lady,^Maxlne Klllott, have been (rttlng^Biors gratuitous advertising during^He la.t six month, than, per-^h.ipi, they have been looking for and^BMfS than Is usual even for such proni-^in- iit theatrical people as thty to re-^Scaroely a week has passed in^i\ months that did not furnish the^p.par. with something sensational^al.ollt one or Ihe other or bolh. The^BOfMS started In San Franelsi o just be^^fore le.odwiu uml his company sailed^for Australia, flrMfl he met ,u,d 111,^iliatoly engaged .Miss Klllott as leading^lady to accompany him on his tour. As^h^ already had a leading lady in illanch^Walsh the result of Miss Klllott'. en-^^BSMBMl could eusily be foreseen. He^niecl to make them believe that he^would have two leading ladies but his^effort to keep peace In the company^w as not successful.
Thetwo women accompanied him to^Australia but Miss Walsh did not re^^main long and returned to this coun^^try with severe stories tthuut her treat^^ment. The next steamer brought an^^other female member of the company^and she also gave out some harsh stor^^ies about (loodwln and his new leading^lady. Then came reports of disagree^^ments between lioodwln and his man^^ager, anil next the discovery was made^that Just before sailing for Australia^both lioodwln und Maxlne Klllott had^Instituted proceedings In Ihe San Fran^^cisco courts for divorce. Adv'antuge^was taken of their absence to rake up^und publish all sorts of stories about^the two, covering the whole periods of^their lives. Iloodwln's wife furnished^a few of the sensational articles and^ulso prepared to oppose his suit for^divorce. Miss Klliott's husband also^hail a tale to relate, but would not tight^his wife's application for divorce.
WhenMr. lioodwln returned from^Australia and saw what his suit had^stirred up. he w ithdrew It. but Miss El^^liott obtained her decree of separation.^The latest story raked up with which^Mr. Iloodwln's name is assis-lated Is^Hi^ result of the death of Miss Leila^Farrell. which occurred suddenly In^New York last Tuesday. Miss Farrell^was at one! time considered the most^beautifs] woman on the American^stage. She first appeared on the stage^as one of the three daughters In
Adonis. and her pretty face and^dainty figure won for her position. She^rext played the part of l'olly Stanhope^In ^Utile Jack Shoppard^ with (iood^^wiii. She made a sensation in a new^dance.
ThereIs no doubt that I.ella fully^, xpected to be Mrs. (loodwln No. 2.^but she was doomed to disappointment,^as the actor was married in October,^IBJB. to Miss Nellie Haker of Huffulo.^igainsl whom he brought Hie divorce^proceedings in California. Hefore this^marriage Miss Farrell found he would^not make her his wife. She then car^^ried a big bundle of love MM to a^lawyer's SBBCS In New York and had a^suit basvn to recover PMM damages^for breach of promise, (loodwln said^Ihe suit WM blackmail, but he decided^to compromise. On the announcement^of his second marriage. Miss Farrell^said she bad known all about It In ad^^vance and had given her consent.
Shettppenred for a while In the ^Mas^^cot,^ and then she fell III and went lo^Southern California. On her return to^New York she became the leading Hg-^ure in Ihe gayest life of the metropo^^lis. Then she drifted to Kuropc, Hitting^to I'aris. to Monte Carlo, to Home. Her^funds becoming low. she decided to re^^turn to the stage, but death cut short
herplans.
Kepnblbanllrprrneiitiillve.
tlreatFalls Deader: It must be^borne in mind when considering the^future welfare of the republican par^^ty In this state that Ihe party Is not^as thoroughly united as could be^wished, and lhat for the next few^years at least u spirit of conciliation^ami moderation will be necessary In Its^management. If there is lo be anv hope^of success. The QsMsri republicans^have no more right lo be exclusively^represented In the next state conven^^tion than have the Hart man republi^^cans. Kach of these gentlemen was^nominated by a portion of the dele^^gates to the last state convention, and^each asked the support of his fellow^citizens as a republican candidate.^That the democrats and populists^voted largely for Mr. Hurt man does^not take from his republicanism, nor^does it force those republicans who^nominated him into the demoii.uic^ranks. We admit that It will be a lit^^tle difficult to arrive at a fair basis of^representation. The vole of tioddurd^cannot be taken, neither can the vote^of Hart man. A very large number of^republican* did not vote for Mckin^^ley, so thai to take the presidential^vote would shut these out. Probably^the fairest way would oe to base the^call on the average vote received by^the candidates on the state ticket.^This would treat all factions equally,^and every republican who remained a^republican regardless of his views ..n^the BBMMrlsJ question would be repre^^sented at the convention.
H.J. GONNELL COMPANY^A $25,000.00 DISPLAY
OfHare and Magnificent
FURS
Byspecial arrangement thl. store will have on exhibition and .ale the^coming week the most superb collection of
Richand Elegant Fur Novelties
Kveryshown In thl. country outside of New Y'ork city at prices guaranteed^33 1-3 per cent, under the lowest quotation, ever made in the Northwe.t. This^rare and costly exhibit will lie under the personal direction of a representa^^tive of the great Kur house of
TheJohn R. Ruszits Fur Company of New York
Withbranches at Irfindon, Herlin and St. Petersburg^the largeit manufac^^turing furriers In the world^who come, direct from the New York establish^^ment to the big store, for the express purpose of making thl. unique and un-^usuul display.
THISWEEK'S FUR SELLING^AT THE BIG STORE
WillJio Most Extraordinary
FromMink collar to Sealskin coat^along the entire range of Fur apparel^^ing^will be found rare and choice examples of the fur maker's art, at a bona^fide saving of fully one-third. Another forcible example of this store's pro^^gressive and up-to-date methods of merchandising.
SEALGOATS
BEAVERJACKETS
MINKJACKETS KRIMMER JACKETS
PERSIANJACKETS
SEALCAPES
ASTRAKHANJACKETS KRIMMER CAPES
ASTRAKHANCAPES BEAVER CAPES
MARTENCAPES
MINKCAPES
SMALLFURS
COLLARETTES
COAL
BUTTECOAL CO.
UNIONPACIFIC OFFICII
COLMAIN AND BROADWAY.
FREE
Wegive with every pjir of^School Shoes bought of us a^Handsome Tablet. This Tablet^in made of Hood Paper, and is^verv useful, especially to School^Children. Our stock of
SchoolShoes
Isa large one, and prices as low^as the lowest.
Child',all-grain, button, heel or spring^heel, sole leather tip, .Ilea 12 to2....
85Cents
Child'sall'grain, button, heel or spring^heel, sole leather tip, sixes 5 to 11....
$1.00;1 to 2, $1.25
Child'aoll-graln, button, spring heel,
slzea12 to 2
$1.00
Child'sKangaroo calf, button, heel or^spring heel, 12 to 2
$1.50
Child'sKangaroo calf, button, spring^heel, patent leather Up, heavy sole;^sizes 6 to 11
$1.50;12 to 2, $1.75
Wehave finer and lighter grades^at from *1.00 to $ ^.W.
MailOrders ire Piefflptly Filled.
FredGamer,
113North Main Street, ButtB.
Mr.MBBBM evidently Is vv MBJBJ la^',. i the country knew that he intemla^In I.^ the Mentor for the Mi Klnley ad-^nilnistratlon. To hegln with. Mr^Hunmt proposes that the inauguration^ceremony shall lie to his liking. He !^^somewhat disposed 1^ he spectai lilar ^^he promises that the affair shall he^the most lullliant of Its kind In the
Whateverhappens us i. spei ts pros-^pcrlty. there Is no likelihood g| the^nation's trttMBBBJBJ IBM MtWrfl Bl Hoke^Smith.
Theman who Is BBBBfl Hie Pullman^Palace Car company for damages re^^sulting from a cold lamthl in a sleep^^er is liable lo he noii-auited it' the de^^fendant eompnny can show that John^BaWTBBBB Bt Henjamtn Harrison was a^fellow passenger.
Sofar from restoring confidence, the^starling up of the Fttislmmons-ghar-^key mill in Sun Francis, a MM week^ap| ears to have severely sliak. n it.
TnTr^IHj tgalnsl \nn llauwh.
Herlin.Dae, ^. -fount FuIenU rg has^annsls of ceremonial life in the city of | started for Herlin to testify In the trial^Washington. To ^iuii .it- the inau- Major von Kauach. the commissioner
/Wvi*^u^ z'^z^** ^^i.M.t-a.^uv.i.ui,m, ^^ri%LQ^^t^iZrsjz
maytake upon himself as a matter of | ,u|t ,,f his trial for Intriguing ugalnst^course. The more auggesllve feature \ the authorities cf the foreign ottlee.
ANew Olllecr suggested.
DillonTribune: The Deer Lodge^county ^ onmilssloners are in need of a^No. I peacemaker. None hut those^auoeil with Hi st-. lass characters''^ami who can prove that they have at^least a strain of blue blood In their^veins need apply. His services are^BBBM to assist in patching up the^constantly recurring family Jars''^which oeeasion the lioard so niueh an- \^noyau, e. Those unaeeustomed to hard^work need not apply.
BjtBBMIBBB Tavrs.
St.v ^ nsvllle Tribune: ^Taxes are^too high in this county.^ are the oft-^re| eate^! words of the lliller Knot tax-^puv.!.- And well may they think so.^Hut Hon It. 1!. Smith tins sounded Hie 1^call for economical retrenchment, and^I we hope to hear It reechoed down the^I line and take In Justices and eonsta-
h|s The legislators from Kavalll j^I county are economic men and will re^^spond^ Amen to the governor's call.
AnKagle Killed Wilh a ^tl^ kpln.
IFrom the Chi. ago Times-Herald.
Alarge eagle hovered aliout Irene^Ahhott s s, iiool house nearly all of^Monday last, and at the . lose of school^atlBaipt was frustrated hy the children,^pils. B hey about in years of age. Its^i. i iv.pt w as frustrated by the children.
but It followed them to l ow ell's mill.
whereMrs Frank Powell stuck It with^a stickpin and killed It. It was a fine^apetimen. measuring six feet six inches^frini tip to tip of wings. 1
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Hrown-lt is reported that General^Maceo Is ill.^Jones^Is lhat so
I,i .w n - Ves; his doctor haa advised^him to get a wheel and take a dally^spin across the trocha.
Morgan'sPlace
ThePoor People's Store
340 East Park Street, Butte^:J42
TIIKKKftffl hnndrods of pooplt^ who^nail thin ^ad.^ every day and never^rome to the store. They think It la^too far. By coming a little farther^you Ri't Rood i xerelse and at the aamn^tlmt yt-t paid for your trouble. It Is sur-^priMlng how many |wople let a Rood bar^^gain tfo by. HHN are hundred* of men^paying '** ^ f*nt^ ft pound for plug rut to^^bacco and they ran buy the MM thing^here for .IT* cents. How long do you na\^^to work to make || cents^ There are oth^^ers* that pay '^^ c^nts for two cigars sev-^eial timet* In the day, and they can get^the HUM thing here three for 25 cents.^This price means four extra cigars for^every dollar you cpend. We can save you^L'^^ cents on the dollar If you're buying^i hewing.tobacoo.
Somewomen are paying 40 rents a gal^^lon for vinegar. They could aave 1.1 cents^and get at* good here for cents. Others^are paying H cents for a package of cof^^fee we sell for M cents and save you 'JO^i^ t nts on the dollar.
MJM ladles buy six bars of soap for -3^cents. You can net nine or ten here that^are just as good.
Donot pay 10 cents for a package of^bird seed or starch. We give you four for^2f^ cents.
Wedon't advertise to give you IS or 'M^pounds of sugar for |1.00 and make you^pay for It on the other goods you buy.^We sell everything cheap. There Is a i*pe-^cl.it bargain every day on our ^ and 10^cent counter.
C.H. MORGAN
SASKATCHEWAN.FLOUR
MadeFrom Montana Hard Wheat^FIRST CLASS****,*
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