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THK AN ACON DA BTAXDAHDj WEONKsn.YY MOIIN Wii, jt'LY 21, 1H!^7. ANACONDANEWS. amrIuieTmeeIig TheCity Business la Conducted^in a Buainena-Like Manner. coniesup that cant be won by the^prevent city attorney. It cannot t^.- won^at all. Me ea|^i: The taxpayers are entltleelt^ eoniethinK at our han^1a^The tight in a factional right, ana th- rltyattorney Ik not to I.lain.- for It^We have legal advice, and citlacns^should not Ik- taxed i,, |,av additional^MIMML^ Alderman niirelllOa fol^^lowed alone the nam*' line, sayluk that^it erentd be iluwwlac money away to^! fixe the clly attorney any auch In^^struction The reneiattua was luel oy^a vole of 7 i ^ - Alderman MeKenile^smiled and voted uKainst the resolution BIDSFOR SEWtR OUTLET, ^,h^u'h ^^ -*1 cottncl1 ih n adj iui in d pedal WatchSale THISWEEK GoodWatchesFromlIp KKIWINl'i'W CityAttorney O'Leary 1^ Hood Enough^Counael to Fight the Legal Battles. andNo Change Will Be Made Therlty iiiu'ii il met at \ nYlm k lus;^night. Mayor la-lser In the i half. Thiswan a special adjoin m i i-n ^^!^itiK to consider the roperl of the city^engineer on the question of i eeirtgsj^the sewer outlet, and to further con-^eiil' i the new license ordinance, .Thealdermen present were Dalioii.^Di wm. FilzPatt icK. Ilaminill. John-^gen, Collins, PMrttg and S^ -hutte. Al^^derman M K i canst In u few min^^utes late Apetition was read by the clerk^signed by J. T. t'ainh i ami Mgnra,^asking the council MM la pa WW LlM re-^fbsovel of the are light located on the^corner of Fifth and Elm ^tracts as or^^dered at tile last mtsIuii of the council^on motion by Alderman Ualtutt, mi^onded by Alderman HaaMBlll, the^mayor appointed a i ommitl ^ la Invee-^tlgate the subject. The commit lor ap^^pointed was Aldermen Daltoa, Di vine^anil ilammill. Apetition sltiiied by Pet r J. Wade^and others was lead asking lor an^i lei trie light to be placed at the corner^of I'ark avenue and Walnut streets. ThisMention was referral by the may- . orto the committee last mentioned. AldermanDevlne again made a^speech along the line of his utterances^at the last meeting of the council, say^^ing that If there is not something done^in a definite manner about the o,ucs- I^tion of lights, there would soon be |^lights all over the rity and no money^to pay for them. He favored th- ap- i aaiatawnt* of a committee to favootl- gatethe question of a thorough mid ^(^^!^ i dletrlbutton of in m.- throughout thepity. Apetition was then read signed by^U. It. Heck asking permission to Ixiitd^a front addition to the log building on^lot No. 17 and block M, to extend six feet^towards the sidewalk. On motion the prajretof the petltioaer was granted. rityengineer hfetjoaahl then pre^^sented his report ooaoeinlng the aeoee- ti.'tryrepairs to the sewer outl't. He^stated that the outlet is In a very bad^condition al present, and that theft is^only one thing to do to repair It prop^^erly, and that Is to tap the sewer ^^^l^i irt above tbeentlet ami extend it I.TH feetin an easterly direction. He fur^^ther Mated, that the Anaconda com^^pany had signified its e/tnigncaf for^the new part to be rut through their^lnnls. and thjal he bad propuivd pin,is^and SPe^ ilicalions f it the work to be^done II was moved by Alderman Kitr-^X'ntrlck that the clerk be I^treated to^give notice tlial the bids for the con- i^si ruction of the sew er be received up^to the (list regular meeting of the^council, and I nil t separate bids lie re^^ceived, one fur the piping anil one for^the digging, each bid to be accompa^^nied by a certified cheek for tt per^^ cut. of lis amount. The motion was^carried. TheJajrtli liiy committee, pom poo cd^of Aldermen FltsPatrlch, Petriti ami ilammill. then made its report con- cecaenithe rteenet. ordinance, and rec^^ommciided that it ihould be paated ao^ami'ttded. The clerk read tin ordinance usreported upon. Iin*aa marai by Aid- i man Coiling^and m i onded by Alderman Kltzl'at-^rlek. that the rules of the council be^suspended lor the purpos^ of reading^the ordinance a third time und pessing^It AldermanDevlne made 8 vigorous^pretest against class II. subdivision 5, |^nf Ihe new ordinance, which imposed a^tux of tPMi semi-annually upon gnu^is^for dealing In liquors, and moved that ,^th^ amount he iidticeil to $7o semi-an^^nually. The motion was seconded by^Aldei-mgn Cvjllns and pass d. The or-^illninee was then rend a third time by^the clerk, iitul on motion of Alderman^4'ollins. seconded by Alderman Dslton,^the same was passed. Itwas then moved by Alib i man^1 ^:illon. and aecond'd by Alderman^llatnmlll, that the nrrilnance bt pub^^lished one time In the Anaconda Stand^^ard. This motion was withdrawn on^the mayor atatiM that he would re- ! nine to look over It carefully bcfo.e ]^uftlxing bis signature. AldermanDevlne then made a report^on behalf of the special committee ap- .^pointed to investigate the question of^tire protection in the Kastern addition.^He said this section of the city would^require six me plugs, and he gloved^with Alderman Hamniill as seconder,^that the water company be instructed^M put in six lire plugs in the Sixth^Vara under the supervision of the i^thief of the |n department, th plugs^la be put in such places and streets as |^the chief of the tire department shall^direct. The motion was carried. Themayor said he had been recently^approached by a member of the I. (i. o. whoasked him what had been done^with reference to ^ petition made some^time since by that order for permission '^to loiate a cemetery. Alderman Dal-^i hi. chairman of the special committee, i^who has the'matter in hand, stated^that he would be able to mnkI a report^at the next meeting. AldermanIVtritx Inli'mlut i d a reso^^lution, which reads as follows: Itappraring that a number of suits ,^have recently be, n brought against the :^city, hi it 'Resolved. That CKjr Attorney Col^^onel ii'I.cary, be instructed to employ apodalcaanaej on the trial of such casea. AldermanMi K nscle snde.l the, resolution.AldermanCollins spoke againstit.lie statedthat if a rase Chronographs V\ill Be Sold This Week TwentyPer Cent. Off Binham's Fills elll diapel the ^ klBM, VanCamp's I'ork and Means. fallai the Crystal saloon, narnef^Park and Cedar, for a root, sparkling^drink of Centennial l^ ^ : BxeertWsMheHKVwa, ill tUOenv isrrrialA^^ . Annriieill TRYA STANDARD WANT ADV. WilliamU Hoge. M R nrownlee. R C.^Chambers, Marcus Daly. T. K.^^ ireaani. V M Thornton. HOGE,DALY ^ CO., Bankers ANACONDA.MONTANA^Buy and sell Ikmieslli anil r*eretfln Kt-^c^anfe and tr^ i^-.. t j (Jenera! Kanklng^I illness. Cotli'ctions promptly attended^to Kechangr drnwn nr. London. hVMa*^burgh, Olasgow. Dublin. Belfast Parts,^Hamburg Berlin and all the IrHjInf^cltlce of Kurope CORRK)P^^NI)KN I S^National l'^rk llank . New York^Omahn National Bni IIOmal pirsiNational Bank ... at. Paul Wells.Fargo a CoSan I'r UtahSationHl Haul. Ogoen HogeHrosiibe * Co Botla ligrableBros It CoDeer liOdgi Ill!^ SILKSAND DRESS GOODS ^.^%%%kti^e^^^e^e^e^^e^^ Whenvim wunt tin best candles, gc laDii !^ Tag nor, hh CcmmerclaX Haveyour eyes ti-sted free of chargi Moatdayal tbe Bee Hive by U r Vet^Inn Ki.h is the llclgian opticlal To*reliable plumbing, go^Henley, ;'la Oak street. toJ. A THEY MUST STAND TRIAL. Tin-^aaoap Ones in ihe heat of n nun^Mai. I nhnj aataaat* K.Mci'loinl. Dan Hums and William^Hyan. who have been In Jail for the^pust few days on the ehaute of rah*^blniv W I). Huibor by boMhlg hhR up^and taking his watch, in Ihe rear m^Barney McQIniey*! saloon, were before^tin police roan lag! tvening foi a^piellnilriiry hi tiling. Assistant Coun^^ty Attorney liooiiman rcpreecnted the^prosecution, and Attorney Wnlsli a|i-^jieared far the three defendants Haibur was the tfgl and principal^witness. He slated that he was a^workman at the lower works and that^he lived at Carroll. On ihe 14th of^July he n*ag about town all day He^visited several saloons and did soon^thinking. About 1 o'clock on the^morning of tin iMh he went Into Bat^'ley Mcfiinley's saloon, where he met^ihe three defendants. They had a few^drinks together and lierume sociable^He was singing a Utile, laiter he went^out of the rear door of ihe saloon,^ntfftea be was followed by the defend-^ants. He swore that Ityuo hit him '^In the nee, and the other two throt- j^tied him and tisik his waleh away Ant the defeadaati had bft him he tapeda few minutes to get his breath^and went buck into the saloon, tell^^ing the bartender that he had bean^robbed. He thi n hut t ied on* and re^^port! d the facts to the nitidis, who^arn steil the defendants. Mike Mr-^Card; corroborated his testimony re-^lating to his going out of the rat loan^and c inilng in again w hen he report^^ed thai he hail been robbed, lb' glen^heard one of the defendant! say to theetherei The Mhnmirtea is too^sharp for us.^ referring to Harbor,^The ofBeera tesiiiied p. the facts in 1^connection with the arreat, ami Har^^bor*! IdentlAcntlon of the defendante.^Herod Tierce, a Bcavengor, yavi evi^^dence, ic saw ihe men an ring the progreiI or ihe boid-Up and saw them runah ii 11^'officers were after them, Attorney^Valsh staled thnl the de^^fendants, under his advice, would not^Introduce any testimony, whereupon thecourt remanded them lor trial be^^fore the district court, llxing the bond^in each case at laim. The prosceuibig^witness was also hound over in tie^sum ofto appear BJ a witness. WinCamp's Pork and Hear*. WhenIn Hutte line u at Sherman's, Thee'ight of the C nun .v A portfolio^of hall topes, on calendered fiaper^Li^(cuts and mie standard coupon. Annconda,.Inly ll^, UfT.^The part^^nership heretofore i xlstlng between C^A. Nystrom and Dan Klgie, was, upon^the loth day of July. 1NS7. dissolved.^Dan Beyle retiring. 0. A. Nysttoin col^^lecting all bills and MfeoUntl and cm-^tinuing the business. C,A. NYSTIiO.M. HO! HO! NOW POR THE RACES. AHalf Holiday hi to lis (.Im-ii to Ba^^plnyca. Thenu n hams of Anaconda have^generously agreed to close their re^^spective stores al 1 o'clock on Thurs^^day next in order to tag nil their em^^ployes to attend the ncea, Apetition has been circuUitri about^town asking for the hall holiday and^;t beats Ihe signatures ^^) all tie prin^^cipal merchants to whom it was pre^^sented. THEISVKNTOR OK THE KAMOI 8 AM1 VDHDER1 I7L Dr.Sanden's Electric Belt WtUtUK IN BUTTE,THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2 AnJW ill Have Rooms at the ncUerinott Hotel HKVriUi UKMAIN POI TWO W Kl.KS: CALL AM' BEE HIM. Thestreets of Hulte ale crowdeil wllh grateful nun ind women who have re^^gained hesllh and strength through tbe nan of the Wonderful Dr. H.1.1 len Btoetthl^Hell. It gives the life ami energy of electricity into tie body, destrev- all disease '^and lesions health. ofRcehours. Mia in. to s p m. Parlor D. Mi Keren^! Hotel, from Thursday. I^J ill v to August t. DR.SANDENS ELECTRIC BELT ItsCures of All Forms of Nervous Troubles^Are Known the World Over, and It Takes^Its Place as the Greatest Electro-Medical^Invention of Modern Times. Itl)s9 ll.e vrry latri.1 has^pinvements known to arl-^enre, Ini-luilirg a perfce: reaadaaaito make the cur^^rent ^t rung or nifbl. VanCamp 1 I'mk and Baaaja, IT. now buys a^bicycle made. See Columbia.Ihe^U A. King. IsSl ltru!ar Prife. S-'oO.OOSplit for^JOO.OiJ Split for^l.'iO.OO Split for^N (H) Split for^.^^0 00 Split for^1*00 Split for P.ii^ Ihh We^k. 1800.00KiO.OO^lL'O 0(1 T-'.IMJ 40.001440 Othersin proportion.. Bab}^ heir left Mu^t rk^r ou'. t ali ia^l r\ andaa KEPPLERJEWELRY CO 111Wain ^t an icoSBa. 0|^-iilnt of Ihe tlKilen lintewny.^Tickets can now be purchased nt^Montana I'nlon depot ticket onVes, in^Hulte, Anaconda. Deer l.oda^ and 1 bu-^rison. as well as a I nil [minis on BUtte,^Anaconda ^ I'aelllc Ity , via Itio^tlrande Western railway, and CQnnec^tlons to all points Kast. F. A. Wad^lelgh. general ;.:issenger and ticket^tpeat, Ma Orandh Western railway,^!-'alt Dake City. VanCamp's Pork and U.aiis. Theboard of eaanitaniloa will meet^111 AnucondH on Monday and Tues-^day ench areeh and longer each week,^if neceeeary. until the business is com^^pleted. Those having busim ss with^the board should app ai on Motnlav^or Tuesday of tin week. All appli^^cations for 1 eductions of valuations^should be rertaod by oath showing^the facts on which it is clelmcd the^reduction should be made, and Ihe^applicant or agent should appear bt -^Ion tbe board for examl iation. The^Isiard concludes its duties on Jm sec^^ond Monday of August. tIntan Pioneer Jubilee. flailsgreat Jubilee, 1 omineinorative^of the arrival of the pioneers in im^valley of the ili-eat Salt Uike on Julv^.'4. 1S47. will take place In tie eK]^founded by them (Salt Lnhe) on July^I lb-Si Over ^loo,00t^ will lw expended by^the commission having the celebration^In charge and by the people ,^f the^! state In ptavldlng entotalntnents and^! pageantry for Ihe edification of the^I thousands of visitors whom It Is knoerh^j will attend There will be live grand^street parades; three gtund ion., its In^the famous Tabernacle, band and roeiU^I contests, in which the best musicians^and singers in the country elll partici^^pate: athletic games of every descrlp-^! lion; balloon ascensions daih . the^grandest fireworks display ever wit-^n^sred in the West. last, but not |e^at.^President McKlnley and his olfleial^family will tie present In time to wit^^ness the reproduction of the arrival of^the ptoneei Iraki It win hi tie great^^est cel. brat!ufl in the oJslory of the^; Went For fuither pa: tlculai s railroad^rates, etc. inquire of 8. D. lie b , Mon-^1 tana UahM railway agent. mpieces^ill mFoulard Silk m formerlysold at 21c II(lli'i an reetti emit.mi*^oiih current of lilretrblly at ieen*^ it leojanoi the haetyi unit :- warranlcil for aae iar. silll^- 111 Hutu IhMTBdni morning. July ad, and grill he!^inott Hotel, lie will remain for lore noahe, 1^^in at Hi, Mi In r- It)pes 21 in. INDIAFOULARD formerlytold at^$1.25, now 45c Jtt 50c, now 9 pieoei FANCY 5ILK, formerly ^oM at from ^1.25 mto $4.oo, now $1.00. 35pieoei 88 in. ALL WOOL BEIGE 5ERGES, colors,tans, browns ami grays, formerly sold^at (^.^)('. now 3qc. NOW0PEN=-^^^ an l 72 ineh White Confirmation WW NOTICE.Parties hoMing Tickets tor Painting reeeivetl during our^(ireat Cloarinsr Sale, are invited toeall ami nnke their sele'tions. TheCopper City, ANACONDA.11057AX A. MANHEIM'S ANA'^M'A Mo.NT lyjK.VWHY V.ll.i, tOU MM WKAK' WHY iMt Vol KOT tdtftTM TO tHK^who of th^- ihounnniln v( irrHlnful vnln * fmim ^l In lhunk^ tn I'r rtan-^di ii s Kl**^ irlr Flill^' Why *\a you ^o ^n Hnm ^I.i^' to day roullzliiK ihat^you arf Iodine your n^ rvt* forct^, your nirinhucil. wli' n \tui Mi a MJNV within your^|MM^T iMMt Mf it. titke it to your heart tw4 ur\ tM) !!(^^ MBMj i*WM| J'ini^t ik,^daaHmj throinrh your \rl115; fc^*l th^ tSkllmrating Hp.uk nf manly M)VM Mm your^fr^n.o. the hriKhl finch ioi:ir to your ryi' ami ihe linn rUip to your linml tlM ^'U^^whit'h ^laripx your fHiow-mun ami ti lls him that you linve fnuml your M^^^^^^^^yon huvc roR.iimil your niunhooil. Ai t to-(|hy . do not thlny ti iniittrr whl^ h lf^ the^kry to your future ImmM^MaV; do not iillow a dl^-Hrv to i!rj^ttoy all pSMflMIM^ ^^f tM*^lur^- plranurr for you. \Yhul^vW your roi;^lltl^^n lo-d)iy you will not improve M you^riow old- r. Arc t ails for Rrrator vital for.'^ and IM SMtf you Ri-t thr morr pro-^not ru ed and apparent will M your ivraknraii; N MN II no* h uro It whllr you aire^youtiK. The llrrm if ripe. Whllr the vtt: 1 spark \^ still w-irm I! run be rn* ||y ru-ii^fl^in Hume by Klivtrhtty, and Or. Im4M'I KWetilr Htdt will makr you llfNg if you^try Ii now. 'I like It first r.itr. Km^-Hlors have .ilmoi^t ctfMMA Am pcoIuk W bMM on w**rirln!i;^Iht- In It until I wo. r It out. Hnd If not w ll then w ill Ret MMtlMf tiom you, for I^krom It will fUfC mr.^ M:irtln Kullrr. Knnl-. Moid.. l^rr si. |NM. Withintho past ^ix months two thousand Mvat hiive Imtii maih happy ihnniKii^tin ;roril fortT of H*m-trlr1ty Ri-nornteil hy lir Sind^*n'M BMctHe Hell Th^- MiN ot^this wonderful life gflfflgf are |M9MMaMIIC daily, hs Itn mrirvelous eifMtl upon the^wrak-nrrved. hraln-faicit' d sufTt^ri r in MM^Mtttft| known \oti who suffer should he Riildrd hv this f,^et vour inichhor* all arot.ml 1^nrr helnic ^ urrd hy it. No man should my p Rg^r d- pti^ him*elf of Kl h^*'p Mc iu-^^It (h superior to all other rernpdlp*. Ithink I htive improverl a now) ^l^tl s|i i I ha^l Ihl H^*|i The | * * in tn th* I.,m \^Ifeli dUappearpd. ami I feel a lot jMronn^'r and better than ht fore. und I hope mn \^^Ik will aRuln.^M^'KI,AH KHKOKRH'KH. Box W. Ko. rt*-atth Wanh. Kvrrynormal man hun i MftatW amount of vital fon-e whei he NftrlMI thf^ape of manhood, ami if he Iosi.h this or part of it hv exi-ss Of H itpttttOM h^ HBUVl^tepl.i, . it or no Into tleellne. No remedy e*^ 1 pt eh-. t 1 iriiy Riven twek thlc fort r and^l^r. 8nnden s FA ft trie fPMt is 1it a in means of KRainlnR It. ThomasSlitterv nt West Hraneh. * 'a I . w ho hav r*^^ omnn ndrd the ftauden lb It^to dozens of his friend* In that town, writes ^All the boy* art- well pleased with^their belts and you will soon not testimonials from llM mi When'he Rar.den |:. lt cures nfter ill ^ be bad failed i^ . ^mp- K m knnwledin |^of Its merit. NIne-tenlhs of itn rtires ure mad^ afler the failure of other treat^^ments. Ihive n^ed your Kelt thirty days ami am surprised at the results und the lm^^pt^ \ erient In my health When I Rot voui Melt .1 ^r^nith iro I eotihl not walk with^two (Tiiiehe)*. I wan no badly paralysed. To-day I run w tik without 1 rut^ h, 1 slei p^well and am feelliiR iieft* r than 1 have done faj Itfl year' ^ our Helt in a won^^der (leorRe f Hlls-* IP no Nev Pont drua, It only cm-s 11^ your ^tnm.ti h and polMM ^11' deli'-.Me funrtioa. If^yoi are weak yon ii-ed STIM NtiTH. ..id 1 i*ihii^r ^ Is- will r^:dore H. TlM 11 N M^real strength In m^dtrlne^only a temporary ntlmulntlon. Kle^ tr1e|ty. every lion* st^ilin tor admits, in lht^ one and or.ly touir fff TAeakened nerves. You are \\or^^i if|^et t vi ry dosr of dniRs you lake. POTreal strength that will MM^pfjf1 you to a Rood old age you should weur I^^Sandi *i^e- Kleetrir lb It It in ikes the vita power a- ItfOtvi the physb .il Thous^^ands of strong, musrular men have no vit.'l stre'iaili l^^ ro .if a laek of ^ leetrlt ^^Ity In Ihe body. This famous lb It will mak^ tin fun ^ s tipial YourBrit ( tired me of nervous debility in aiblltlou t^^ ^ s^ \ 1 re riiH- of blood^poison whleh I i-ontraeted in try work at the Parrot snrlt-r het^ The effe* t of the^pelt in my ^ nse was surpMslnR and wonoVtful. Vou m.^y us^ my name If you wt I,,^an I am well known.^ artitag J, II. Oliver. 4'* Atlanti' r^ Unite. Mont Justthink-not one out of ten of the men t uretl by tin- r.muti* lb It will mr-^mil th'ir nam^s to b^ us^ I p i. lir'v. In vle^w of tMi K not tte evldente shown won-^derfrt ANDIT WILL CURE YOU. Nomini can uuprrctat^ the tlc;^th of thii^ mbj^ct ^lin il,^i - not ptuily It No nnr^kiows a herein he M weak inleai he MHanffai lili* eendttlen with anoihir ae one^known ihe mean* ot i nrlnn iinienK ^ome one telln Mm Kii' hiinrtrnl araii'tiil mtn dtaerlaetheir cure kf Dr. lanten'i ^aetrte Heit ret rear laaeni In taaBttii iwik^^ Three Cktfaei of Men, which win i^- ^nt nM. free hy maH It !^ f jii of etaia, honeit utiilemetitp from men alio huve l.ihl anhle nil let Bk - dSHM^ to t'll iheir^fellow .men what h.iii|iine*- hu^ Oeen tirouizht to ihini i^\ Mm- f imouK Kle'iri- I'..!'^If yon are not Mte that you need It you . M be ca.tmineil ky I^r. SHmleu free of^^ harce anil he will adeiee you. He cnatnee for nothma Ini Ike Beet, which l^ with^^in the rem h of rvrry mBefef, Thin la a |irln ^hl. h no neak m.in nhouhl ^h BJ hint-^^Llf^health uri'l lin|i|'nn Mend the tionii ^ . TheInventor of tin famoua ami wniide-ful Dr.Sanden's Electric Belt SpeioiauSale ANACONDA CI.AH8IKIEDBt*BINUW DIRECTOHT. ri.t'MHINIl. , I'lTmiiIMI St.ain and Hot W^Tir 'HratliiK. Kallmatna furnished on .ipplica*^1 lien. Address J. A. HASLtT. :ia u. l-i'ii.Anaconda. Mont. ufall tin1 little thing! that w EeMatytad 11 *^- Ckivalry of tin'raivs mi to-morrow. Ladies'List. Alltne in ^ iliiniif in 1 iiffn and c'lllUIHfillt ' 40.Kant lllack Hobc Ml :,o,Kmlirolilertil Handkerehiefe, ,U*| :T,cBMentaf irantl a 7r. Silk nnlahed V'eeta tU-Hllk Itlblmna tl.iioJul,lice Yelling .'^ re.-siik amiIi silkvnadnnta an imiI'ailnltin KanaX I.eathit.Silk ami Khl Hilln^^1.W^ Sailor Hals I.*. T.'.iShut MTaiate ^ JlmiShirt WelatH tta Shirt VYalMiH If 12.1mShin WiiIhIk ^^' r.im MM WulnlH 1 H %\:m WrnMM're rai }:'1 WrapiM-r* i ini IS.MlKhl llloveeI '^ fl.Wiltecf.11. 2 to 1^I mi illin' nfjeeaaavy t^^ ^l^''^k tki^anaeoaUa taal will attend Hen'sList. Ladies'Shoes. Avcr^ hanilHumc Tan Sli|^|K'r ^r m- lardfor Be, OnffKamoiiH lli amy I'iIkIH Ten Otrnoeedami BMeft Laae, Batten ami Ti.Kniitwcat for ^!^^. e.ielly worth^^: :.'i $$ $ SAVE $ $ $ A|n^nr Mower ^^r 11 -1 ^ Hake \* aUvuyn u^tilng ^tit t f 1 r^b r. rausing; |^igg^^^f time, lop* nf |MM| THI:CROW N MOVVLR ItutiHojnaatMy, cut* ivea ami m \ 1 git' out on'er. Make a Ri i'd start^und Imy a I'luun tin* year. THLTHOMAS HAY RAKE Ineverywhere- iciiinlc'l tin lii ki Itake. Faimcm ^hn us ii.n.- iiupienieiu.; canget their hay treat out an anleber ami ^ith ken trennte. Hican ^l^^ iH'tt- r with yu in lluairh .^. Ilarne^s .ml all kl vl^ ^f Iniplc-^ments. ea ^^^ carry the larfret BtOfw In the cnunty J.T. CARROLL CO., HastPark Avenue, Anaconda. rHTHIIAXS. Vli N S SXYIiKr' |*nii'.an and Surgeon* of 8t. llOMpltOl. Oftliinasi to Montana Hotel. Aaaeenda.Meat. P.U BT. JEAN. M. D . C U. StHi J hi N Tn 8T. ann HOSPITAL. officeovi r Rtaiulard Hruir Cn. Residence^HO Htrknry utre. t office hours. lfl:*^ to 13^a. m 1 ^ tn ', ami T lo 9 p. in Hospital kneaiI ^^ to B ^ a. m. daily. J M SI.HIH. M t). I'llVSItlA.V AM) St ROEON.^tUni K. I'aik avrnue. Office houra:^9 to II a. m , 2 tn i and 7 to ^ p. m. Beednance,401 tfeat Third ^tre^t. MlrMRLL IMOI'l KKANKKENNEDY, ' JL'STIt.'Eur TilK PEACB. I'.oomU Blileld* BulM'n*. Anaconda.^Mon I j:y. lk)noohl'b! jl'BTICIoK THE PEAOB. 11:Mala str.se Ar.acorda. Colleclloaa ajrnfantrfattendrd to. LARD Buynothing but the BEST Guaranteedto be absolutely PURE HontanaHeat C%. wv ^M'A mont. AnacondaLivery StaMe CALLAND SEE HIM Tie^ii. . is of Hutte m. 1 rowiled with irati ful mi'i ml women who haye re-^Kalmri health and sirenuth throunh Hie use of Ihe neadelfl l^r liamlen Kloirl.^Belt Ii ilve^ the hfr and enerey of electricity Into tin hudy. destroys all disease^and restores health. officehours, to a. re. to ^ p. m Parlor II, Miln rBMtl liolei. from Thursday,^July n. 10 Aumist 4 Ifyou cannot call on Ur gandeti send for book. ^Three ( hisses of Men, ' frcr SANDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY '2't'lWasLitigt'Hi Strtet, I'urtUinl, Ore. GOSLOW.... Dnn'lImy liahitist lackle In a rnlnulr. Tou may Ret the^Orrnnfl MbA ^^ oonree yon want to make a goed anMB, You^can If you |^u^ vur tlshitiR tacMl at our stoic. If you do^not know the l*M tiles. ^^ ^111 select them for yon. k SiLkVEIRDRUG CO., tl* IU*t Par* \v v ^ 11u Moat Trya Standard Want Adv. O.tl. BROWNEIX. Bugife*.Horses and Sendee* tor Mom :^irViprielnr of l's,wnf*r.^^* sU- pre.slass, t'suertioss ejste wuhall truss. OaVe^nJ fttabls rim Stresf AaeeoeM ' Nolle*ot Meeting at y^solliallen I NoticeIs hereby slven that the assise^(^uok of l^,er Uudge county, state^of Molilalia, h is U1 is completed by the^i - ,1.1 cociar ind has been da-^riveted ic the c^tintjr^clerlt a/ saM roun-^t\ in.I that live Imand of county eommis-^sionere of ^ald county will easel as a^I ^ ir.l of e,|uallsatton to iquallas assess.^mints on the third Monday of July, tasT^.111,1 , vntlnue In session Mondays nnd^Tuesdays of each week until taste leeafa^are completed unless their kiislaee* ra*^quire It. when they will meet tn continu^^ous si listen.^Haled this 12th day of July. 1097. MMARTIN^Clerk ot Board of Comauaakonsxe.