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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORMN(i, JUNE 13, 1H07.
11 nortbernjh0ntana Tli*Northara M ^*t ana ' in ^ nt th. smi.lir.l^to Wated In ihi. Haeli C.rT Mock, (trot Fall.^'Mrertly oppn.lM th* Park Hotel. Advertising^rmt^ - furaiaheil on ftpulicliOD. ) ^ 1 ^^.^' ofM yarns* with the hulk of the trans^^actions at c osm.::', SI'...|^ -lull r lor to extra sheep sold ^t^CStH.tt. the hulk roIiik at tJ.2i; year^^ling* ^old at g! Aag-4 TV wool.d Otltrikgt^yearlings at U.3T. an.I .spring lamhe it H^^4.15. feeding sheep brought 4*i HmtoUiCastile, ;w. het**.^Ma^a. sheep. NEWSOP VIRGINIA CITY NEWSOF GREAT PALLS Resolutionson the Death of Miss^O'Orady, a Popular Teacher. WASHELD IN HIGH ESTEEM HieBoard of Education and School^Teachers Adopt Resolutions Brief^Note* and Personal'^Mention. Ortntfill. June It.^An Important^rneetinE of th^- school hoard was held^last nlKlit. at which K. o. Marsh, prin^^cipal of the lh;h school at Hay City.^Mich., was elected superintendent of^the schools of this city at a salury 'of^12.000 DW year. Mr. Marsh comes high^^ly recommended, and those who have^met the new superintendent are agree^^ably impressed with him. Thefollowing resolutions \v*re adopt^^ed: Whereas.Death lias stricken down,^In the midst of her labors, one of out^^most efficient teachers, Mips Margaret^t ^'^irady. nnd Whereas,The members of this^isiard, one anil all. held Miss n'llrady^it. the highest esteem as a teacher and^noble young woman and wi deeply M-^arci Bel untimely demise; therefor.' be11 Resolved.That as a token of re^^spect the memory of this faithful^teacher, who has been so suddenly^call, il to lay aside thai mantle of work^for the mantle of eternal rest, IBs dork^be instructed to spieud this resolution^upon the records of tar* board and to furnish^ oopy hereof, property . n- gXOtttd,to her ber.uvrd family, and^that the full mcRsure of our sympathy^be extended to her friends in this, their^great sorrow. Ata ineetlii;: of the teachers of the^public schooli of this city the following^li solutions WfTi adopted: Whenus. It has pleased our Heav^^enly Kalher to call home our beloved^f. Mow teacher. Miss Marvin i u'tiiaily.^at a time when hi r love Me Bled to^promise a future nf us^ fulness; be ii by^the teachers of the tircut Fulls school^district ''RlBoWtd,That the Ufa Uktl lias^Just ended has been ail example lo^members of OUT pTflftgallill. and to^every one of courageous effort and ilui^the death of one who held so high ^^^lac* in our love and esteem Is an ir-^leparable \mm\ ''Resolved.That We deeply sympa^^thize with the sorrowing relatives in tieir bereavement and desire lo offer toall near and dear friends such eon-^dolence as our heartfelt sorrow and re^^gret can convey. Resolved,That a copy of tin reso^^lutions be sent to the family and that^i of,ies be sent to the pri'ss for (lobu^^lation. i.ii.i.i A N KINtiSlllltY, IONEARMSTRONG,^KM MA A. 11KKIIY. uzein(i. o^\Kn. ,i HKOIlltEli. SWAN.^^W. O. FKISIII K.^'Committee on Resolutions. R.11. Armstrong and family have^gone to Butte, where they will rggfcfg^in the future. Mrs.Ktlio M. Hnril.n Of Cliol.au is^Visiting friends in the city. MissMae Klnnegan of Nellmrl is the^Kiicst of 'ieiuls in Orsal Kails. Mrs.J. H. Rite Is visiting old friends^in Kort Itcnton Mrs.W. I^. Malloy of Belt is visit^^ing relative*. In Anaconda. Mr.and Mrs. T. H, Nttkrjr and their^niece, M!ss Krankie Thomiison. will kavsTgegdsvy for ^ month's visit in^Indiana. Mr.and Mrs. F. C.eorge Held have re^^turned fran Virginia city, where th*y rtcalled by Ihe sad death al Mi^BartMt, Mrs. II. l i s sister. MissAnna Decline Of Ifarysvlll* is^Hie guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. Itate-^nian. Mrs.Lowrf, accompanied by Miss^Anna and Master Lowry. will P ave to-^nitrrit tot Milwaukee, where they will^visit relatives for IWS months. ATHLETICENTERTAINMENT. Tolie ggJSSai for Ihe llenrHt of Hie EjttS^pltlil t.levntiir l ilti.l. OrsalFalls, Jane 11.-On Manila y even-^hag. June .1. the Ureal Falls Athletic^i lab will eIv. in intartalnaaasl in the tp-^afs bouse for the benefit of the elevator^fund of OotaMftbeal hewgltal. For tha fiast^year kg various methods the alstl r* of the^hsspltal have been endeavoring is ralsi^fajaSs to inii id an altvatts^ in tin lagtRu-^tIon to be used for conveying patients Iraniana Hour la another They -mi lack asmall sun: lo complete tha amount sec-^esaary for the work of improvement. In^^cluded in the programme Is the charming^^ly novel feature of !.^, little girl* in dumb^^bell exercises. Those who will participate^ill this number are: Misses Kale BtagmU-^br. Joy Pitcher, Minnie Hodge* Mat)^Mill, i Klla CgpMa, Josef.hie ojtclllv.^Hose O'Reilly. Cslletta CaHaga, .M e^Hotkin. Kthdyn Fori r. Krankli Mi - Donald.Vera short. Qtaca urn, Edna Kinkcl. Ida Hell lag. thebalance of I ha prog ra m m. ^ win eon. slstof orchestra music by ihe Ifl.n k i; .-^gla band. gaafttttt from the numbers^of the athletP club, si ties dumbbell excr-^. i IS* fimlng. cluli swinging, four bouts^ol ^parrlnp. bag punching, wrestling i on-^tests ami airobatlc tumbling. All |ihti|.|-^gsaga are n'hearsing dally and the enter^^tainment promises to be one of the best^of Its kind ever given In Ureal Falls. MrtnlMarket. NewYork. Jjin li^ Silver. .V^T^: pit, ban^Mulct; i upper strong: broker's pries, ill.^P. I -lions, broker's price. H.l^... Wheatand Produce. Chicago.June 12.^C'attb^To-ila\'s mar-^k': was l .rfly nominal, receipts Is'iiij^small, as is usual on the last day of the^week. The few cattle offered win- ills-^posed of at prices unchanged from yes-^terday s .fiiotatlone. t Hogs-Saleswere at an extreme range WheatMnrkrt. Chicago.June li-The opening In wheat^wus lower under the dispiriting .'fleet of^hot summer win the, which Iti ai last^appeared, and foreign advbex favoring the^bear aide of the market, both Liverpool^and Parle showing declines g*SS alter the^opening the market iniprovnl rapidly. ilose-July wheat. tiliAie; com I^oats. lac. pork. IT.it; bird. ^ HI: ribs. $t.X^.^Kcrlpts: Wheat. 4JH bushels; com. IK,- 000bushels, oats. 271 Km huahela. BasgsaaVMng Magfea Itoston.June ,1' ^ llo.-ton ^. Montana,^I- , llulle Si LtOHton. lT'i. BOULDER COURT NOTES. JeflVraon( omity t aaea I'p for Neitlciiirlit^llefore .lodge and .lory. SpecialCorrespondence of the gtSBdsH Boulder.Mont.. June 12 ^Among gf I^a. tp.ns commenced in this i aunty a.^cording to papers tiled in the office of^the clerk of the court, is that of Uaff-^ney, Berkin A I.undgren vs. William^Jacobson. The complaint recites that^Plaintiffs are owners of the St. l'ati iik^lode In Amazon district, that about^the 1st of June Jacobson, with div.is^of his hands and employes, entered Inio^possession of said claim and wrongful^^ly ousted and eject*d fdaintlffs. They^ask for a restraining order, fmssi ssion^of the property and ll.txm damages A^temporary restraining ofdsf bas hggg^issued Trent^ Co., dealers In mining ma- 1hlnery, ha\ e commeiueil an action^against Hettry Ihetioch, sheriff. They^claim ownership of machinery In the^Hope mill at Basin. Which was seized^and held by the sheriff. They ask pos^^session of the properly, valin .1 a) N' tindJ.'.nii as damaip s. JH. Nelson and Kmma Jones have^ci mmenced g suit against Qaorge Raar.^alleging lhat liefendant has diverted^water from an irrigating ditch belong^^ing to and for several years pasi ow ind^by plaintiffs. They allege that defend^^ant Is Insolvent, and ask for a i. situat^^ing order and a Judicial decree thai th*.^water belongs to thsm. Iteti(lordon. w hose ease has all ra. ted^some attention during lb past year, is^again causing Jefferson eounly i xpenge.^About a year ago he was arrested on a^i barge of attacking a Mrs. Nelson at^Jefferson City, and ghw disturbing the^peace. ,\i that time Ju^tn I Sweet^placed him under $:ii^ii bonds, in default^of which be was sent to the county jail.^^ Mil- da\ lasl fall Whlll doing sonic^work in the jail vanl he succeeded in^getting mil and reached the timber^along ihe river before hi* absence was^noticed. He made good his escape, but^goi into trouble over In pSer Lodge^cotinty, and the ojgeera here, learning^of his w hereabouts, brought hint hey I^He pass..! ihe wini' i largely in writing^letters bewailing his misfortune and^asking for help, uppctliiig, among mit^^ers, to the attorney ecneral. A few vveeks ago sonf In:: j. w Ish friends In Buttesigned his bond and lie was re-^I and. lint he w.nl at ^.tight back to^Jefferson and began his trouble* sll^over again. He was arrested and was^to have hud a bearing before a justice^in liouhler. Inn claims ibui a jury here^would not give hint a fair . how, BO lias^asked a change el' v. nip lo Wickcs,^where he will have a hearing Monday.^He lias b.-cn a OuaafBl'iahli exprtia lo^the eouiiiv and il Is hoped thai be i in^be retlied from public life for some^time. oewarert daSSBMNta tar (nlartli flint t'ontnlnHsessgyi^\ ^ ^ertsra will aurely taatray ilia aenac of umpll^^ 11 l enifdeteiy datsiagi tii^ ebala a/ateei whaa ntar.nitit through the pie.'iii* asHaeea, ,^..rh^r\atU-laas ihould never b* uh^.i naeept i a areai rip.^tloaa faaaj leputalile shyaarlaaf, ^. tla- .latunta^' key will do is mi Pe.I ta lie ..sst ^ ini .-aa )...-*i.^My derive train that IfalTe f':.:ar i, i are, a. .e: , ^^^! f,y K. .f.f'iieaey A- c ., 'io , .ntain^ no BMeaajajr, and l^ tHken mtertially,^aatlsg ilireetly BSSS di^ hloi.il an i ataeasi^^Stfarei of the ayatem. In la:yin|f Hail * Catarrh^i i re lie aure you ~^^internal y. mill in^Cheney A Co. Ti atinioalsffl frei* Soulbe aaagglala, arl 73* p t aeiila^Hall ^ l'unti v P.! - ;.:^ 11 f beat, quantitiesupon it when the extraction^of gold from this mountain of wealth^vv ill be begun. MattAlderaoti. th. It. I Bluff* bus^ min^^ing man, apent a lew days in li t . n.v tnl*^week. HonAlex Metz^ I ol V ork ranch made a^flvlng trip to the . ti \ Ihursday WilliamHop.' ol pulli t Springs was In^the city Thursday^K J Watson of Butte. Mr. and Mrs.^AfPHiFiNIT AT THF FATONI Oaargs Heist sf Oreat Fail., who wersvU r\\j\jIULIN I ftl iriL Ln Iattendance at th. ' ..f Mrs. R. II. Bart left Tuesday. i. 11 Vv cdnesday for ATTHE ACol l Wave Strikes the Town^and Wind Does Likewise. ClosingExercises to Be Held at^Fort Shaw June 30. ASPLENDID PROGRAMME ForemanPankey of the Mine Has a Nar^^row Escape^Mrs. Bartlett'a Funeral^-Advices From All Paris^of the Country. SpecialCorreapondence of the Standard. VirginiaCity. June II ^A cold wave^struck this city Wednesday afternoon,^and by evening quite a high wind was^blowing. Which undoubtedly was Ihe^means of preventing a much mot. s.^vere frost thsn we had. As It wss. ice^v is found ^li many outside tuba and^vessel* of water. Just what damag-^was done to garden stuff we have been^unable to learn Whether or not the^cold wave was general throughout this^esetton has not been learned, but It is^very probable that Ihe valley * received^little, if any. frost ai all. as the altitude^of Virginia City is much higher than^either the .Madison or Ituby valley. .1.H. Pankey, foreman of the Kasimi^mine, escaped ve.y narrowly from a fa^^tal accident Weili'i'sday afternoon^w hile at work In the mine Mr. l'ank. y^was making tin rounds overseeing tin^work of his men. and coming to a man^way. wlnre he wished to ascend, he.^ns usual, before starting up the ladder^hallowed up the manwav to some ite n^who were at work above taking out^ore. but if seems Mr. I'ankcy could not^make them In ar him. so he mounted^the ladder, and going up to the height^ol one set of umbers, hallowed again lu lheirh jmea. WilliamThomas 1* still^bed. K.F. Johnson testi slightly bet ter,although he Is nut \. ^ abb in attend^to business. Atthe last meetlna si Ihe illy council^a new ordinance w i- ,-*, ,i u n. nig an^amendment to gat lie I of .nth ie 2 of^' haptcr 18. ameii.lnii: it so as lo read^that within the city limits kasagaaSSd as^follows: ^Within thi limits boaWstag on^the east by Spem ^ i -, i i In west by thewestern hggggtsry line of tin- city, on^the north by Jeft.i-^a -'i.-.t .md on (be^south by Harrison -u.ei thai all chim^^neys shall be gggjatrurted of eMbS* brb k^or stone, and be nt Ira i three feet In^height from where Ihe i tdsMaef leaves the^met mil not higher than six feet; all^chimneys not ao rsiutrs)g*sd mu*t l^e^changed within 3^ days from the passage^of this ordinance.' Thecity has at lasl had a -nl.waik In.I^lu front of the Audiionuiu li . ertalnlv^was ., much-needed Improvement IhirtnKthe session ol th. enmity com-^' mission.r* the contra. I lor the ereetiou of^the much-talked of Knnla bridge was let^lo tin- King llrldse i ..me \ ol .Minneapo^^lis for IVKS II Im Iiik i1. i,.w. st hid -anli^^mit The bridge Is lo be Unbilled b)^Sept I. I^^7. Thefollowing gggre ^ - m id* bv tin^^llbeei of the Virginia Clt) nib' team^on June li at t hagr regulai Weekly naeetlni^Standard isrgsi was used, dhttanee vardsuffhunil: onlluedto his 1 There Will Be a Large Crowd of Visi^^tor*. All of Whom Are Kequestod toBring Basket Lunch^^eons -The Sport*. ajgsjstFalls. June IJ - the closing exer-^elsea at the Part Sh .w iinllan Industrial^school will I., lull on Wedms.lav. June^at which tun Hi. most elabot.iie |.:o-^aiamine aesi rsadstsd St that Institution^will Is- pres.ni ,| A g neral Invitation^has ihsen extended lo all interested lu the^*i bool and there Is little doubt but many^visitors will Is- piesem All guests are r. -^iiuested to lulus' a luiieli basket, lor al^^though the school would In- glad to fur^^nish luncheon. Ih^ limited facilities at^hand will not ; ^ taint ol entertaining su. b^. row.Is as ar. it-iillv lies, ni on tfic-^occasions The lengthy programme, which^la expected will b. . on. bided bv ^. o i lo^ k^will begin nt 1 p. in with th. following^grand band com ell programme.^^Honeymoon Marchtleorg. Roscy Medleyoverture lav. rile ineloilles THEWORLD IS MOT'S AllGreat Discoveries of All Schools of^Medicine are Brought to Munyon's^Laboratory, MUNYONESTABLISHES THE STANDARD OF MERIT. b fhel.lbeily Hell .March idealHi hottlsehe^ '('oui bmall i'olka^ 'vVnbrvllle .March^ Walt*.^Always Happy IllinoisHaul, sun.' . . .'.[the com Install of lids itaihhurn Kniis.i \V K He. s^I'll. K.ihrbacb^. It It Hall^,r, II Hyde^W Y. Yule thesi b.s.I Hill gittil* fMillln*. It iat tki-n slaIn TaMa OWs, b) t. i. 11Complete^Manhood Howto Attain IL AW^nderfnl Saw^Medical Book, wrli'ea^for Men OaVS, 0 ^^ecpv rosy be kad free,^sealed. :n r'am *t.i:1-^ope. on application. ERIEMEDiCALCO., 64Nia;3fa St.^aUFFALO, N. y. IheHan d t aterplllnr. FromOut Animal rhends. Whythe caterpillar should i \. ite fear^^i disgust are could never well under^^stand, but we hav beard boys as wall^as girls -yes. ami men as well us worn, n -say.^caterpillar* make me shudder!^Yet the caterpillar spends his life in^trying lo keep out of everybody'': way.^Soitii- spe. i^S bide op lite under surface^of leaves, i.thers on i In- s.eiiis or blades ofgrass which serve |ham gg ri, ofhefsagain build llltlc nests for con^^cealment, or else I hat] lie snugly bid^^den bete.-en the Ctlrled edges ^I (e-iy.'S.^which they i!ni^ i lose together until Iheopposite edges meet Thecaterpillar It a aoeiahla n stun inhis own family. He knows lhat there^Is safety in numl ^ t ^. ace yog will find^whole companies feeding side by side,^w hile keeping a iharp lookout for thf Ir^bird enemies. IUH vv hen a i alerpillar s^by himself be scarc l;. dan s to move for^f. ar of attracting attention. liven Wletg^he is obliged In rhtng* his skin, he^doesn t venture to leave hi-- ..Id coat ly-^iiiR arouiiil. Th^ moment thai he iak s^It off he cats it. Tin caterptllart that^live In companies Fin d lb. u skins Isild-^ly; only the Mag solitary fellows feel^forced to swallow Ihelr old clolhis. Agreat protection lo the unfurl unal^'^cterpillar when b ^ leaves his nml .atly^in the spring Is his poWM ol t .imicty.^The viceroy caterpillar is either red-^sp. tted, oi is dressi d in conspicuous^par pit bands, and In feeds on birches.^He Is i lever enough to place himself thaihe exactly resemble* tic opening budsand the curving sin ota of the twig^on which he lies. He can make hlim* I!^look the color of the soft down of the^buds, and he often deceives lie i. hm 1^mon tiles that arc Marching for him^high and low . Withall his i b vi mess, wiih all his^would.-, we know that many a cnter-^pillar has to go to furnish a meal for^ihe hungry birds, and are know it is in^^law of nature that such things should^happen. Rut do not i roggl a caterpillar^with your heel slni| ly because h.- li s^In your path. I'on I shake him from^(he Ingenious nub nest that he has . .in^^structed with so cunning a patience,^and then stamp out his lite. Lea\. him^as a legitimate prey for the Idrds. or for^any creature that has actual M ai wt^i him. BMeagfLegible. (From I In Washington Star. I ^It a vt ry eurtous.^ stiid Mr t'lineher. !as he read the statement of t.i* account Iwith the family physician. ^ i don't under^^stand it at alt. Whatdon't you understand ' Inquired^Us wife. [ ^How th. do- lor it., ^aged gSNVtrove so minh tn hi- , ii,,'. gr ipliy s^tai'l.t^I that laat prescription. wrotv: at Fromthe New^I'api. ^ I am a^foot of your I^you nt the hem III' HlglHse ' TommvVo; -.^ i 1.1. Wflin - uot an^a a.'idly smart father, and 1 gut* hi takes^ifter him. tnthe family. YorkWeegly.^.rprlsed that you are at the^lass. Tommy. Why aren't s.-net in. s ,,k l.tti.Wlb Ihem and was looking u|i the manwav^awaiting an answer, w In n suddenly a^^ink fell from the height of M feet,^striking Mr. I'ankey mi ihe lead, ju-i^gbove Ihe forehead. Inflicting an ugly^Wound of two inches in length and nil^lo llu' bgM. For some unaceounialde reaaon,slthnugh u readared Mr. Pan-^bey insensible for a lime, he did inn^loose his hold from the ladder, other^wis,- bad be lost bis footing and fell be wouldno doubt have received soma a vet. Injury, When In- recovered eon^sctousinss Mr I'ankey d. s eruied tin^ladder and i utile out of the mine ami^at tact came to the city, where his woundv,a,- dressed. Beside* fmm a^^ore head lor a time nothing serious^w ill result from lln to . id nt. Had the^lock been of tiny size Mr. I'ankey sav s^Hint it rertamly mail have killed him.^falling from that distance and striking^liltn when' if did. It is though! by Mi Pankaythai ihe maawajr ^^ bit.^carstaaaly uncovered, by ihe men ai^work tit this point. Whether or not^thai was ihe cause of the rock falling^Mr. I'ankey has tint vet asc rlaliied IIwas stated by Ihe Slaiabud of a^few Isues pn vioiis that tin citizen* or^a committee ol citizens of this ill'^w.ie going to take the matter in their^own haadl and : id ihe city of the ln-^lliix of hoboes which suddenly arrived herslasi w.ek The matter did not roesalfIn idle talk, as on Sunday morn^^ing the city was billed from one end w, ih.-other with the following peculiarly printed postef : :l-T-,'7. attention. Therew ill be a meeting a: t lie usual^: house and place Sunday evening, as businessof Importance has arisen. ,\^: full attendaare is desired, signed X 1^, X IT. chairman. X :;^ X 3, secretary.^^Although no ..in seems to know what thisposter ratant. the fsatlvs hoboes^1 did not wait to find out, as the remem^^brance of vigilante days is still fresh^I in ih^^ir memory, they deemed H bettor^lo bid farewell to the social city and^look for greener fieWt,^The funeral of the lute Mrs K. II. Harriett,tin- unfortunate lady ^ in. wag^, accidentally drov ned in Ihta city last '^*un lay morning, took place Tuetday^effcrnoon nt 'J o'chttat. Services wsea.^la id in ih^ Episcopal church with Rev,^J. J. Bowker omVlatlng. The rafllg was eovereil by a muas of heuittlful Mov er*,^ihe renn nibranccs of the deceased'* i^muny friends. The remains w re fol- '^1 lowed to Ihe cemetery by an extremely 1^long orocesalon of friends and ac- I qualntancMdesiroua of rendering their , las'respicta to ihelr old friend and ac- |^quaint:^nee. whom they hsd known^, and associated with for so many^years. Tielittle i hild of Harry TaWmptog of^Wigwam met with a painful accidtat^Tiiesxlny art rm on. The little one was^sitting oti one and of a teetering board,^and in ie. way log) her hold and fell ;to the ground, striking on li^ i arm.^breaking II below the elbow, but for- ,Innately It la not u severe break and I^tin- little chilil will recover In duel itime. Andher partv of fishermen, consist^^ing ,.f w. n. Millard Mr. Market of^Omaha. fJeorga Henderson ami w w. |^t he. ly and Charles Huford took a day's I^otiling Tin sday und snenf the day on I^Btalne Si ring i reek The participant* | rvAortada gI ItaM ^s well as a fair I catchof Mb Anunusual occurrence for thiansl- ]^i|. nls of this I Ity Is lii see a Four'.li of^I July pass w ithout a grand ci lebratlon, I^but the outlook at the present time 1^si ems in indicate thnt for tin tlrst time !^In lo or I.' v.nis Virginia Is going to^b t go her hold mi the hard earned^gUM M 'sing the only city In the^slate .vim really and fullv understood^ihe s. ni of c lebratlng the Fourth of^July in Just the proper style. It seems^too bad that the iltlzens. ^ spe, i.-ili) the^business* men. should stand by and^OVertOOh as good a Iking as a Fourth ofJuly leMwatloa. The pggting of thisby lagat from our midst, directly j^and Indirectly, thousands of dollars,^which, ii^ ihe expenditure or rontrihu- I Honof a few dnllars a pice by the^citizens, could, as has been done here- I^tofora, i... corraled at home No doubt,^i when tisi late, our mistake will be j^si en. TherefMKft has riai hasl this city of^the serious Illness of gggMM Maker of^Tain Hridges. son of Mi and Mis^Thomas Hak-r of that nggf ^. ball who^formerly, and till s few years ago.^wef residents of this . Ity. Th. com^^plaint is snld lo Iks consumption and^nn extremely had case. Kugem ,s well '^know n by - very one in this city and all I^will be sorry to learn of his Illnc** lbrt Foul of Warm Sprlnr I reek,^who is one of the company that is In-^ti re*teil quite extensively in placer^mlm s at that place, has been spending^a few days In :h^ ^ Ity this w.ek A wait*^Ing; ihe ai rival of nnothe* memlier of^the company. Mt. Pun .11. of Wash^^ington ^*ourt House. Ohio Mr Puree!!^arrived on the each WedaMOdtLJ avtaV^Ing and Thursday gsornlng both Mr.^Ford at.d Mr. Imrceli 1. ft for the dig^^ging-'. How long Mr l-jn ll will re^^main art were unable to learn. In^sr. aking of, the mines Mr Ford said^that they were more than mtsnsSd w ith^the prospects: that thev were contin^^ually getting richer and that they^^^ uld. 'ti a very short time, vw able to^s'ate poaitlvtiy what ther- waa In the^ground This property 1- tributary to^th - Gravelly range and should it turn^. ut well no doubt it w ill dTionstrate ^^th* fact that mtagej In unlimited^, amounts lies .nvered In this immense^j rsnge. only a -altggg Ihe investment of^1 lapttal in c-ttlng water in sufficient, J.Summers W.A Buticimore^M Msltasad II K Steffi ih .... C.A. M. Nuliy getOOd scon r A McNulty J.Summer* W.A Hiittermore . M Malland ^ H. B. Stcffens 4 'lln following mlncs^.iml notices tiled with l^dUting the Week: Mont i- v: i .1 ^, :, it .ft .'i ii :i .^^^ iit- tI 4 7 ii Pi !^a iit*agj :iIn 4 1 a r, 4n 4I .'..'. .7*3 a ; I I^*. aV Ut .;.t 9 Id 4 H ^ ^ T^as^,t ^i**o f 4 a ft 7-71^:. v:, j v. (:, :. hi^si^; v In ^ v . , K |i^- 77^In 4 7 7 i. .^^ ti in g -Ha^have SSSt loi-ale.l lililt V i .a ^i d* i t'rtslo.bv f A Hal : Mount IHablo by William^el al . t'oppor King, by K M I'ol^et si.. I .in ^ bj William Parker ri '.I Xl.le. Mala. Int. IJuil'a v A I i- I, i aterright cbtlm Ii) I M Polling) t^April Fool, bv i. t gtalford; I'o.v Rlvira l'a:k. i linger al.;iti andvv etal.: byJames Faille et al water iiglu rlalM^by aWajamln Han. Hold run egteneton^(westI, by i:. ii. M. lam ei al; Matty-^six lo 1're-toii McVe) et al.. Bogean n^issaeadad), bp A. l^. HcKltrtck: Illinois^l'!,i, it, by II. I.. ^ 'liiIlls W asbinglon C.^H. i'lae.i by It I. i 'hild*; Ka v , lie^I'laeer l.v I'rarlk John bv.lames Barteh: Ma\ Mal. TtSStaWho Vlsllcil II; ..1 ai ih. Mtdlaon hou^were: B. K. Humlitoi^Wilkins, Knnls. W i^M. A. Ad mis. Minn. a|^i BaSha II A. Flti 'i. Inthrown open for flu general lns|iectlon^of Its Interior and luilusttial work fol-^lowi.ig this will come the programme of^field snorts to lie held ill Ihe school^grounds, as fallows: linehundred yard dash, small Isiys: Hs^-^v.ud dash large btgl tin-yard walking^race kicking and tlimwlng r.^nt..iII for^distniiec pats vanillin-. Inn.11. race, eight liurdl.'i. '-' feet In ktthta high, obstacle raceriinnlng broad i .nip lioxlng in bar^^rel, basket hull, girls. IheCXeri Ises Will he 1.1, light to .1 ^ lose Inthe ihupcl wllh the lollowlug pro-^graninii TheSilver lb II- ^ Hchb o. ^^liievilng Qlte,^ aggeMli gac-^I'he Baa sat M Life.^ Henry teeltatlon^A .nag it. d BMi i^MtaM ^o in e MaiW i'mfeasor Munyon keeps in touch^with medical investi(fation and experi-^inn nt throughout the world. Hinsy*- \~4K7kltematig methods have become so well JJPvV^^known Ufht the a-reate^t iliscoverlesj art*now submitted to him for practical^t. st. Munvon * approval of any new^r- inclv establi*hea ita character and^insure* a fort una for ita discoverer.^Munyon believe* that there is a cure^for every disca-*-, and that people^should die only from old age or by ac^^cident. Fifty-seven absolute cures sra^now included in the Munyon system,^ami others are added as experience^demonstrates their efBcacy. There is^no (ftiesavrork and no theorizing.^Munyon* Dyspepsia Cure i* prepared^c.xpnvsly to cure dyspepsia and all^stomach troubles. Munyon'* Rheuma-^tiata Cure is a specific for rheumatism,^lumbago and sciatica. Munyon's Kid*^in^, t are conquer* the various and dsn-^prroua affections of thekidocys. Mun^^yon's Nerve Cure rebuilds the nervous^way at cm. Munyon'* Catarrh treatment eitresentarrh of ti e liead, throat or stomach. The Munyon remedies work^with scientific exactness. He has a separate ape'ciflc for each disease. For^sac bv druggists. Mostly .'^.cents. If you donot fully undersitandyourown case^write to l'rofciasor Munyon, at l'hilndi'lpUiu, audhe will tell you free of charge. WANTADVS. irvt rtni-^Kit II milik Inmutton,^K^ niit ilx^i 'hoki'.^ Il^^I'tiiiiV Yf^^(MM 'In- K\tMing Mlur,^R, Baumgrtilttj Utlk Mill- ifey iml i^ Kl^tt i -^m ihirtiiK Ht^ wi t'k^Ht. I.oui^. T 1.^Miliar.), uniiih.i;^^IIh; J. K .M.irit liuit*.TbtMtoi it Sinill 11^-x Hutlini.^Thf^AMI. 'I'ru.ln^!^ Kluum.^ 11*11. AHfaN*,Um$$ wntii Hk4 it h or l^ImM Kill.'rt81-itw.^ iMu.l Utpli-y. nation. I-;.(iial.il |gMt,*' \'h'Kini.i IMnnt ion*^' i ^m A* hool.^AulTt \. I.iinru An- iif^. Usili* Wlrth. Row l.ti -ro. rrclta-^lion. t Iiik ThltnfK .it N in lit.^ jHifit -^I'luin* : if H.'tloii. Tin* Mourn^WllltiT S.itnl.'i *, Hi \ lew nt MH^^Bt.iinllxh IttiM* Auloi'v, barltoin.- yolu,^Kokti *St hotll^i In . I.ol *Tt I'.iiKt . WIwr, Mi r..tr, I lull ^^^^Olllfl . J. K. ^'hrlNtin ii^I'ony; A. I*. ^^lniMi^ u]^l'^ rh.iti: mHlIU; Ht rt KPe|r.l Sn on\ ii. Hunter,^IUd Muff; M M.^i***ir*i. On\ rttty KaiiKt.; Mom*.-. Uumlu lion* I '. U. M*K rlmi,ShtTidan, Mm w Aldiru*m, k* ^i^Hlnff: i'harltH It AUItisun BMMMn;^l^raiik Hayl*^^. 8.1^ l.tk- LHj UeoTgi^11^ :h.^^ I'm. 11, tiakl.iiiil. OMTfi t^pp, Slni-^Mlan: H. II. I'hsh . I*huiIii; Krnnk ^*t*f,^iifirv RggJne, V. k II^hmI. li. j. WataM.^lutt. ft H. Itiill'tt, N I* l*lll^. 'Iwln^MfltN Ukm NolMc Kinitli. M K. UMil,^I'.uti. [tihn \\ I '.Hiii.-l, Itui i- T, .1 Ai M^utronkt i'liii .mi) C t^. I^a\ Umi*- Cw. Pmum, ^\'..Hhhiffion C, Ht, 0M^; i\\ lauf. Man li am in o. ^ *, \\ . l^VWW1^irnv. t'lilriiitn. Alefl .V1^-tz^l V-nk Itiiin li, ,\n^i c i\\t* |iri^nn^iiiK nn 1 no in (tit- h*i ^^(ton ^ ( th.' .ouniry .in.I ut whl. h Imt litth-^Is MM, 1 h ItM I S. ilrant mm. ,-:tu.ilt.|^a mil** ^iu\ a Iniir atovi VirKinta * 'tis 011^thf wixt hit), or Ahler kuU h. a frw hun-^iln ^l yiiulf up Hi' moimtalii. Tin- min*- Ifl^ow m ^l hy John M KIpk or |Mfl rtty. It In^not ilevi'loix1*! v:.^ a I.iik*' ^'riijii^;!i .J. .1 *^^t-t to Jii.-^UI^ ^ 11 KhigT in r-mployliiK^mln- ix to work ^'ii proprr ty Th^ In*, r 1^h \.l or tin* tnln^ ^tart^ KW U* t from Ihe '.^north ^nil of th.' ^ talm ami NM HI ff t '^Into th* mount.on. At a ^ll^tam^- hi thU^luniu I or 4^t la t an uitral**' rttat t^ an*l^' ritriulK to thi* Mirfar*-. a (hittaiirr ^if J.^rU^fret, all or wht. h Ih HinpiiiK uitninU .Mr^I Kini; IMM tnk^ n iliuiit l.Vi IMM out of thN^^eitlon or Ihe mine, toil it being hii^ h **^^vcrv hinull amount to U' ^xtia^ TMl from^1 ho large and t-xtcnfilvi' an umounl or^\ krouml. Mi Kin.: tan w^ II M] that 110^tfl il all |MI In i-n tak.it Iioni this )^art^j or hlit mine. At a tltstami- ol 4011 reft^.^..mil a| the low^-r 1^'\^ I an imlho- an.l^1 shaft iMi reft ih .-ii h '-- lieeii 1 un. and M^ru t south or thN In atioihrr lev^| urn r^^'t^I In letifUh. This is all the development^J work that lias IMM 4MM on this nilrn 'lii. 11 11 k*- is ^I koo.i wittlh .in.I eusy lo^' get at. exefpthiK that the rot k |g ^ x^tcniely haril. the oi^ from th. I S^j tlr.mt has not hail mote attention ^fi\. n^i'Oimtlns the ptMUt r urades or rock ^e'|^j aa Ihe rlt her. Tl.i ore Is tMith goM ami sil^^ver hearing-, '^it ^llvr serins tn jii.tl.'ni.^nate. AlthoiiKh lint, is prohnhly not a^min. anywhere .1 round where uleer sp- * 1-^^cm - ho win if 1 !^^^^ gold .an In I an ml.^and Mr. King Is to he eumpltment^^d fol^tin generosity he hhows hy th^ HUral^manner In whu h he rememIkts hla^:r ^:al: hy the iret|uent giving nw.iy or l^ uut If 111 little .;|m*t ilii' 1 Whleh he ho often linda whih at work In his nun Itset nis rem.iiakahle to us 1 h it whllti^there are HO R..iliy eompanies loilkltlg for* mlma to tnveat ^ apital In. thai tin I S^Urant has not Ii.mI more att'-nlion aw u^to it hy these ^ i^in|Minlt'h. Another hoom for Madison ^ mint y^horseflesh wa- iho sah of lagn ^ *;^ hluig^hy Tempest. .l..ii Knlogv, b) f'UWBgWltiri^Helmont. for th- magnin. eiit -urn ol ' . ^^^^^at the Hhie Itil'i'.ui -..Ii ., 1 iiupli ..t ^. ^ k^^ago. lago hrouglit the nml^ 1 pii^^- |^atd^at t he r*ale This fu^ t liet-ume mo^*. I . 11 \^notieeahle sin. . I)*' waa a gelding Hot 11^lago and his ^I .in Knlogv w- r- l-n 1 f^Helmont Hark 'he nam** of W II U^^n.ond s btMUtlful hors* farm on the up*^l^er Huhy valh v. about miks from^this I Ity lago - rerord Is 2:11. springlike*nnd Hnhny. Fromthe 'lamminy 'flmrs Theair of spring In full of de!l^ lou^^perfiimet* whn I; delight my nostrlla.^s.iid ifllhooly. who In poetl*'all) Incline*! Huh, aaid I nfle Mom* who hnpf^ene*l^to he in the Immediate vleinlly 1 dat s^me yer j^mr|l* Je^a watt fill %% h- Il I I^d-^ day. an' den you'll .-m^ 11 sumtln aure ^^ernuff. ' OneCtplnnatloii. Fromthe Washington Star There'a one thing in HgrgtiTi ' \^t^llvfj even fath* r must .idmit. ^ x- lainietl^Unbel. warmly He hasn t my * g] en-^five habits Yes rephetl Mis- ^'.!.^ -i' ^'! Butperhaps that kl dm lm the IM t that^he U getting onl* a ^^^^ k Uht l iio i 11 ^ Are Nrerasjiry. Soundtravels by wavra radiating from a^^ t 111 ra I point ol dlsturii.im e. Jil^t as wav l.i.ll.tli \\ I * * 11 .1 stnne is illopped llilo sllll water.Ho far aa the hearing of ^ a. h Indi^^vidual is fom ented t hest v**n\*vs move |u a^tluet t Mm rmm tli.- MtMi gf the ^^oiiml to^his eat the impart being the tcri ileMt In^the ear nearest to Ihe Hour. .-. ThN being tileease. 1 pt i SOU Who h:i^ lOtull) loat the siuse of hearing in on*- ear. although he^may Inuigllie lhat the defect Is nf little^. 1.n-1 .fit in 1 , 1.1 n i it it lo. ate t he dtret lion^of a auiiml to save Ills lift-. t-\*n when the^c^ nt. r of tllst urliaiii ^ Is ^ 11111^- g#g^| him. Advertisement*under thli he.id 2 renta^11 unrd for llni tir^t Inaertlon and I rent g^nerd for ea^ h hubsttpient ins- rtlon. No^ndvtf. taken fur I si than ^^ rent*.^t'tasalMe.l .i.l\I ggg line per month fl .25^H'ouut r, words to the line 1 \\anted Help. IKiU'LIVS I.MI'l.nYMI NT HCHKAI Hhone_i*^.. fall upon Hweiisou. the p^ o-^g|g*fl man. he rust bs family help, dining^runiu (.^ Lis, t it . Want* women t-noks tgtf^ri-w boartbrs. I'topb a oftlee, OMMQI bloek.Butte. \\A.\fKI UIRL rOR liKNKKAI.^In him work Appl^ 'II 11 -t 'I bird. Atia- 1ntld,i AiiKNTSIN RVRR1 TOWN IN MON tana.Permanent paying t^u*lne*s. Ad-^.In I' y Hhatl.be k. ib neral Agent.^An.n inula, Mmil A.SIMPLECATARRH,CIIRE. Ihave ap*nt r.^arly fifty yrar* In tbetrearrn* 1 of^Catarrli.aiiU liavt* trneried nuirei uriiittian any -i^^c-Inlisi in the hUtory of mrdiifgt, 'A^ I tin.-1 aoou^nun from activi! lue, |^ill,frt.m thistlmron.arml^M m'nn* of trr.it'',^ -rar and gagaj a* used in mr^prarttc.', I^rt'^* and |vf*^t-pai.l, to efcry reader of^1 ^ lm^ 1 wtio *ufT^t* from tliir^l^^atlisunit^^tlani*i r^mis tmi dU^usiini! 'list :is^. Thi* 1 * a Mint-en* ofli r^wliirb aoyotie l*frie toaerent. 'Addreaa, /^^Prof. J. A. IAWIlr V E, nn Warrea Nt, Sew Turk, \\ANTKD LADY AOKNTi IN K^ KR. townIn Montana to handle a faat-ael|.^Ing siHilalty. Apply \:: N Main, Hulte.^room ^. AVntileilsituations. \\ANTKT^- UTI ATIOM^ HY A UKlr^man girl, general hous. w.irk or eooklng.^Address || . 21^. H Montana Ht.. Hutte. FREE ToSick^People Anrialtive.qiili k uri.l la'tingctir* fur ^'mist(pet,on,^lit'lix*i'-tlon, |h'-fa.fa.ia. sl*k ll*silsihi'. Kiiliiry^anil Liver Diist'ai'a. INsir la,.,-1. Ifti*uniati^m,^l nrf^ul*iH y, tit. i ^i'I- nf tratiumnlala frniu^^rafcful ihaiiile .lm bav. baen rnrrd W.sctiila^Mai mm at MiillniH free ami i^i*i iwlil. fag^rim no risk anil aavr liia-tnr*' Mils fliaal Al^ ins^^ ai.i.d A.lrln- MM ITI 41 KHKirtt. M.w lork. 9^OOOCC OOOOOO ^0^^^^^^0^^^0^^0^ Waul..I Agruta, f.lviNtlI'll'TrKK MM'HINI. \tJKNTH^aTtaltal; tiMisi BrsSStaMs automatle nli-k-^. I lll-aUit inarhlll.' 1 h i inallilfai 1 i.r. .1. IllStHilt rtgaSaj egg| III a few llu)-. Stlf- mgMm i'ii ,'.' Killtuil St . N.w Vnik tinA MONTH nut NO. I (IKNKitAl,^agent*. ri'tereiH es an.l s.'i'iirlty for^guixl* 1. nulreil AatatJrtaa Kaelory. 1^^i^lt^riiiniinlt atrnet. Toll ilo ^^hlo. AUCNf.-t WANTED IN KVKRT TOWN;^l.rainl newi ^ II g| sight | nn gggjga rltaetraassgrtat; Hatral Istvgti write for fulllafseaaaStaSfl Halrial Manufaetnrlng^t o I3^ i'h.imlM is -li ^. 1 New Yiirk Anaconda's li.'ijinJtMM^I rco Admission I Rmm^-'^ irstDiy I..r K.'iil. |:VANS4 Ml'UtA lln! Si: l ull HI N i' forla.hiie nieetings. dances, etc. Ir'lti-^I'alrl. k ^ Si ^ ! kf 1.Ill' 11 l'ail-t lthNT atldHT-mXIM HOI'SB. tM^Kusl kVv.-tKlt. I^ -11111. ,'Ui Kasi rk-vctitli,^Atiaeimil Tn- TWO-RUM HOI SK^ial Klllli HI A'l.e Hill a. roBRKNT lUlteW I'tiltIII.NT HA It BUM Sll ip AT IHK^Kai.1 111 Hotel. Ham,hou Meat., for the^summer two .halt*, tw-n Isith*. AjSjgggag^to org.- \V Iteynolil.-. Tlie .Montana. Atiu-^t-onila. KITt.NTTIItK KOR S.M.': AND HOI SC^for r.tit. Call from J till t. t'olorsJt^strew Hutte eikmsh 11 Iglitan.l tiatli o000000 000000 oooooc 000000; POR ItKNT NRWLY^agtaaSal room*. ait. tfftt^-^' K'asl llroaiiwa^ llute' POMRKNT ll'ITK OP PfRNlgHKl)^risitn^ . all modern efMivenl.'iii i *. hot an.l^1 o111 water notei lain bath. Jwi \\ e*i^BroioIn av Hun. RubberStamps 1I 'It NI SI I 111^ ROOata POR 11 I ut-^aeegiag, :aa lasl IsVaaMt, Rattt. P(It ItKNT I TKNISIIKI' II' ii tt-^k..'|iing room* BS Daasta St gsstte, PORRENT^PRON1 KimiM Pl'RNISH-^^ it 211 Houih Idaho Hutte ii'it iiVInt n rni^iiki^ iitTi sk poR light liouaekr. ping Apply K^l Kaat rtfth*tr^sj't. AiiMi-onda. I R RENT THRKR 4-ROOM HOI IRR^Ainily lo W. llnktum. t2s West Por- gfcyry,Butte. PORRENT^TWO OR THtUtK ROOsU. furiiish.ilor uiirurnlshnl. for hoiisv-^kieping. Apply M Wain..i alrt'el Ana-^i olida. PITRNIIHED ROOkia P R ItKNT _';3 BiMklrn'aArnliM sa.^best sal\r in the world for Ths bruises,sorea. sseses,^^ores, tetter, chapped^corns, and all -kin rt^Mvely cures pil** or no pa* r--jairrd. It^Is guaranteed lo .-tv. i ^ rf. t a'nta. tlo:.^or mon.y r*fundod. Prlr^ i* ggggg p..r^bos. For ssle by all druggiits sag dealers ruta.^salt rh*iim. fever^hands chllbtalBS uptions.snd poai st!#. aa l ! aa. SellInkers ^r PlainHand Stamps + BTtUMTOR^Railro.uls. Basks, Poatofllcrs,^t'otinty Ofllrrrs^AND BLSINESS MEN QES:] RALLY PORRENT Pl'RNiaHEO Rt MS gg^West Cgpgee, liuttr KVANB OPKRA IhU'SK \VU.I._tiK^leased for a y.-ar or t.rm of years. Ap^^ply to George I^ Wrll. orae Ammla K^ll ItKN'l I I I'.NTS'IKH I! n\IS^with or with.en loan1. ..II modern con^^venience.. Ka*t .iianln. Butte. Kt)R RENT- NTiT'.I.V Pt'RNIRHED^front room with tatfe, ija) West Park.^Anueonda. PfR.NigHEDit' ii 'Ms nitr'BEirr I.N)^town at m North Idass street Ratt* POR RENT-KIT'.N'ISIIKO AND I'N-^nianed rooms for housekeeping, piped foraas-hurnliig iv siovrs. 11a East Uranltestreet, liutt PURNISUBOK- ovt IN MANTIaE HI.K^Steam heat. Baih* 14 W. B way. Butte IROMPT SKli\ '.Ob. jStandard Publishing Co * L%VfaV^*tVaV%. tV-sj KorSn!.- i; al Kstate. PORHALK-K '1 R-RO M TaXHBB IN^lattti ii part of 111 only ITS*. A few^i hole, lot* In Si i a- a Id. lots ell Main^street; nausea bull! an Installment* i^ob-^ban Lean 4 |- |t] i o . U Vt liranlte.^Iutte. lullsai.k-Pfl.i. LOT NEXT BREW'. .n noi 1 ling work*. Walnut street. Por^I'irtlf'iiUra see O'Brien. Petrlts block, 'ala. I'ttnRain OWE kkstai'rant ia goodLu ailon sag doing good buaineaa. ins v.i. anl lot opposite foundry. Threelots on Main street. A1 a a and lot on Walnut sir*^^'. Houseami lot on Ma lap' ItgaasskJ a great kgrg.dii. A.M WALK Kit. Ke.ii'iII Mon! Meat i'o 'x Blk.. At'.aconga. I^It S\l 1: A Ni^ 1 IIAY \NH i'.RAI.V ^ , 1* of o^. aeres. I tnl ml 111K ImplenMats,^.1 lion-e and li.'irn, plenty of water: all^^ well Improved, situated In^1. ei,, . valtey, .r.-rlrraon county: good^in ik.: for evei-ytlilna mkusd. railroad se-^l: . 11 hI till, ^ a ie. *li k - neat:11 Iks I gala, write or call for partlc-^DavM Haapsa, lloulder P. O.. Mont. KorSale Mlarellaneoua. lull S.\I,K-^I' i'l^^ PakMILY IIORBK^.^ d l uggy. Imiuire .T North Wulker- illbv1 ' ''^ PORRALH IT ' iTn iti KK OK KIUHT-^roomi il liou-i . goo.1 as new. fi art lea^1 ivlng town. Inquire licov. rt St . Hutte. !nit SAI.K I'HAK'IUX BIJOQY: COgrT^BM when new; only run a few months:^will *ill cheap: will take light bugsty In^pari pgyaaBt, ^'all at ^uT Ash Street, An- a.otida. l'i1 if S.M.K i'IIKAI'i KI KNlTfRK OK^: moms; must !^^ *old by Monday, ln-^uulre Hlberaia Hall, t'entervlllc KINKI.AIUJK.^ NKW I PKIllllT I'lANO larsale cheap. '*'! W. Capper, Itutte. Ml: SAI.K 1:1 sinkss AMMl'NTINO i1 4' Mai lllolllllll , .,..).! lo, alien. Address II Stamlar.l. Unite I R BALK^CHEAP. NEW OKNKMORF.^typewriter, \r, maul 1 cash or payments. Bargain.Blanilurd. Hutte. POR SAI.K-A VII ICK MEAL UA8O-^ollas stove Sl l Pine, street. Anaconda. IHKPoll^road. Butte. UALK. J^ ANA\^NDA I^ ^il SAI.K I INK II.1IW TOM CONNEL-^ly liullt hack, rrmogeled and painted; niilIefor t4M cash. Addreaa John Hrannell,sll) Uroudway. or Wltmer Bros, .arrlags shop. Helena. Moat. KiltBAI.K i'HKAP. O. K. RARBER^-hop four 1 hairs, ilxturea and baths. \| -. m 1 i 1 Mont l'nltSAI.K- IHK BE8T IIOT^ IN^Belt, .'at s'eady boarders; electric light,^lonveniently arrancd, completely fur-^^ashed: coat KUUU: will sell for gU.000 cash;^, bualnee. aaagi Kor partlculara address^W. 1^, 1 'opiM-rnoll. Belt. Mont. SAI.K.IMMKDIATKLY. AT SAC.^ho.i-.liol.l HOtfala. steel range. Ironan.l ouk lieds. gentleman's desk, hook lima etatatt. ggg, C. R. Holme*. (' Third street. Anaconda. KOR8ALK^OOOO MILCH COW.^'II'' Ki t Third. Aaneonda. IN. lull salk-hoi.STMN. SHORT HORN^and Hereford thoroughbred bull... Ad.^s \a m. Wallace. New Chlcngo Mont,^lull SALE^ LOOOINO 1ioc8e. OVER^f. o. D. store, Commercial avenue. An^^aconda. A INK A88ORTMENT OP CLT PLOW. theSilver Bow Floral company's,^ninth of old Bell smelter. Butte. Knit SALE^BCTC HER SHOP AND^' '^^-!^^^ - ^! 1 bargain. A. C. Brig,^n an it West Broadway. Butte ;A LE^LOWEST PRICES ON SEW.^lug machlnea st Sherman ., ta ti. Park,^street. Buuc. BusinessChances. \NTK1 HliNKST PARTN'kR WITH^,n ^oo^l paylnsj saloon: rustler and^K1 character expected. Addreaa P. O.^Boa sti. Butte. Lost. la'ST l ()t K^hEXl,^ MILi'H ran.led li ' 011 both hips, lit reward If^i to Andt.-w Hague. South Butte. ^aaHseeUttueoU!l- IIIUK^ relit lit ST KN1.AROKH^six Inches: failure Impossible; results^guaranteed: l.ttt) testimonials: book and^full partkuUrs sealed for 4 cents Au-^rum Medicine Co.. Dept. X. Stat* 8L,^i'iucago. NOTICE-J.B. PAOAN HAS SOLD THE^-aloon at in East Park street to Jamea^\\ h-ilen. w ho will collect all bills and pay^II outstanding account*. KIT.I.BLOODED JERSEY BI LL KOR^Also aonie hone milch cows^^r sale at my stable*. Walkerrtne. two^lock, we.t of American house. I'. M. MiVabe. WILLIAMWHITE. AR.TIITElX ROOM^7 Silver Bow Mock. Btitte. WK*- ANNA KARSTKUT. CKRMaR^'.n.lwife, at BaaUl Artson* street. Hutte. 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