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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. 18^T.
NORTHERNMONTANA TheVankm M^luiOlMii(ik^8lultr^^beMeted In ih. kaeh (\.ry Block, 0ntl^directly opp .it. tha Para Haul. Aa.artUUai^rstss farsliUe cm assll^atl.a. II Col.Robert A.^infa in Nei Ammon'sDeal-^' York City. lone, but little school mates, buy* ami ftrl*who had known Willie ever ^lnre^he flrat attended school. Thev paused^over his bier. iome for a moment with^| white, wared fares, and other* of the^i little fuik who had to be led away.^Karly thla morning- flower* began to^arrive and to th* little, sister who sur^^vives him and who in her scene of grief^last night brought tears to the eyes of^all about, and his parents, these tokens^cf love brought consolation In the sad^hours of bereavement. a large number^of little folks attended the funeral and^marched to Highland, s here the body^was Interred. DIALS IN SMECP THEGREAT DEVELOPER Oraatrails Is Asked tor Information Re^^garding- Him and Oraat Falls SendsIt-Hla^OUt Edge^^Operations. OreatFalls, Aug. 12 ^Col. Robert A.^Ammon, who will be remembered in^connection with the Gilt Edge Mlnli.n^company of Fergus county, of which^he was dlrector-ln-general In 189.1-4,^has bobbed up serenely once more atul^Is now doing the philanthropist act^In New York for those who are anx^^ious to Invest surplus capital or the^savings of a life time in the ' Yukon-^JClondyke Gold Mining a Trading^Co.,^ which Is described as having a^capital of $185.00^. The colonel, is^seems, is chief promoter of the new^corporation and is willing to favor In^^vestors in the stock of the new com^^pany with his ripe experience as a^Western mining man. ^Honest Hob '^1s a smooth and pleasant tulker and^^ has treated such a furore of excite^^ment over hiB Alaska proposition that^a New York paper wired to Great Falls^to-day for his record as a mine manip^^ulator In Northern Montana. The de^^sired Information was wired taut and^the stockholders of the Yukon-Klon-^dyke^ (Jold Mining ^ Trading company^will read with Interest of Bob's ex^^perience In connection with the Ollt^Kdn'1 company during his brief so-^Jotim in Northern Montana. Thefollowing advertisement In the^New York Journal indicates that Col^^onel Hob is out for business and ready^to sell stock In any amount desired by^those having ^long green^ to Invest^in the Alaska proposition: Subscriptionsaro now being re^^ceived for shares In the Yukon-Klon-^dyke (lold Mining A Trading company^- capital, $125,000; shares. $5 each. OoL^R. A. Amnion, president: John F. Kn-^right, secretary; Louis A. May, treas^^urer. Thiscompany Is organized for the^purpose of mining gold' and not for^the purpose of 'selling stocks.' 'Placer^mining' (surface digging), under ex^^perienced. Intelligent and eenomlcal^management, does not require enor^^mous rapital. After extensive quarts^lodes are discovered there is ample^lime for heavy capitalization. Callor write for prospectus ^on-^taining synopsis of Canadian and^American mining laws. L A. May ^^Co., tlscal agents. IN CHOTCAU COUNTY. TheA^essment ghowa a l.srge luereau^Over I .inner Years. ' GreatFalls, Aug. 12.^ The Cboteau^county assessment has Just bntn com^^pleted and shows a large increase In^the valuation over previous yesrs. The^personal property amounts to 13,41:1,)Oi.^valuation of railroad property as pet-^state beard, $1,252,258, making the total^assessment $4,665,086. In referring to^the subject the River Press says: Ingeneral terms it may be said that^Choteau county property other than^live stock will l^e subject to a tax levy^of 20V] mills for county and state pur^^poses. Cattle, by reason of the special^levies, will be subject to a rate of about^25 mills and sheep to a total levy of^23V, mills. Aspecial levy of one mill Is made In^Hrhool District No. 16 (Havre), to pro^^vide free text books. Amongthe Interesting items In the^list of taxable property In Choteau^county arc the following:^Real estate and Implements. $ 727.925 Thoroughbredhorses (S3) 2,710 Rangehorses (6.45*1us,510 Workhorses (S.1M) cVTas Beefcattle (7.112) 17H,:M0 Btockcattle (72.4M) 1,174.497 Cows(854) 21.42* Kheep(406,018).. 609.027 Hogs^356) 1.7U Thetax levy for 1897 has been fixed^by the Choteau county board of equal^^isation at the following figures: Mills. General 5'i Poor 1 Road IV, Bridge 1 Contingent 4 Sinking Ml School 3*4 Total1 Ihaddition to the above, there Is the^general state levy of mills, and the^special provisions relating to live stork^property. The taxes due to the state^funds will be collected by the following^levy: Mills. Generalstate t% Bountyfund 3 SheepInspector % StockInspector and detective Ml StockIndemnity Totalstate. LittleWlllle'a funeral.^Great Falls. Aug. 12^ This afternoon^at 3 o'clock the body of little Willie^Morrison, tile 10-year-old hoy who,^with a companion, Frank Young, was^drowned In the Missouri river last eve^^ning, was laid at rest In mother earth.^Last evening from 7 o'clock until long^after the hour for dosing the morgue,^crowds flocked to see the little form^clothed In death. It was not adults nrrnnr,on* ^f thro,t wM KI'MIkI tilled with sores, lares^IHal UHls lumps formed on my^neck, and a horrible^ulcer broke out on my j^w,^say*^Mr.O. H.Elbert, who resides it cor.^82d 8t and Avenue N., Galveston,^Ten*. Ha was three times pro^^nounced cured by prominent phy^^sicians, but the dreadful disease al^^ways returned; he was then told t hat^was the^only cure^His hair^had all^fallen HOTSPRINGS out,and be waa in a aad plight,^After taking; one bottle of 8. 8. 8.^be began to Improve and two dozen^bottles cured^him completely,^ao that for more^than six Tears be^has had mo sign^of the disease. frssbT*BwlRBpscttUCe,Atlzita, G*. SeveralLargs Pnrekases Wit his las Last^few Days. OreatFalls. Aug. 12.-Recent mut^^ton deals In Northern Montana have^resulted In several thousand lambs^and v . thers changing hands during^the past week. The River Press of^| Tuesday Is authority for .he state^^ment that C H Merrill and C. E.^Llbby, the well known mutton buyers^have been conducting a succeasful^campaign In the Milk river countty^during the past week. Among the^purohartw made in that section wei,^^4.000 black-faced lambs and 3.W0 year^^ling to 4-year-old wethers from Geo.^Putnam of Chinook: about 1.200 2 to^4-year-oll wethers from Frank Boyes^of Chinook: 1.500 black-faced lambs^from James O'Herron of Chinook^about 600 yearling to 3-year-old w -,ti^^ers from H. Lefeldt of Judith; LAM^yearling to 3-year-oM withers from^Mils A Osterman of Magic creek, ami^a bunch of 3-year-old wethers Tumi^Walter Brown of Box Klder. Theprices paid in the several deals^cannot be given with accuracy, but it^Is understood that 11.50 i^er heal^bought most of the lambs, and thst^the wither purchases averaged about^$2.50 per head. Itis reported that the Walter BNWB.^lambs have been purchased by Joseph^Hlrshb rg at $1.50 per head. P.K. Sherlock, who has Just re^^turned from the Judith basin. Is said^to have bought 1.600 head ff lambs at^$1.45 from W. B. Peck of Stanford,^and 8IK) head from 4* H. Kitchener at^the same price. In each of these ^ .isi-s^the prlvlleg^^ of rejecting 10 i^er cent^of the number was reserved. TheMichigan syndicate, composed^of Messrs. Bingham. Drlscoll and^Shores, have bought the 1. F. Churchill^lambs on a weight basis. They are tu^pay $2.75 per 100 pounds. The same*^operators have bought a bunch of^mutton from (ieorge Wackerlln. con^^sisting of dry ewes anil 3-year-old^wethers, paying $3 per head for the^latter and about $1.80 per head for the^others. MINERSSTRIKE. AKumar Current Thst All the Men 111^Lethhiidge Mines Are Oat. GreatFalls, Aug. 12.^News Is cur^^rent in thus city to-day that the miners^working In the Alberta Coal company's^mine In Lethbridge, numbering about^500 men. have all gone out on strike,^and to-day not a soul Is working in the^mines. An effort Is being made to keep^the matter quiet, and at the local office^no news Is obtainable. The cause of the^strike Is said to be on account of the^mini rs' d- mand for an Increas^ of 10^l^er c, n!. In wages being refused by the^ti.mpany. The men are said to be thor^^oughly organised and detci mined,^tather than to go to work for their^wages, to seek employment on the^Crew's Nest Pass railroad. Thi condi^^tion of affairs at the Lethbridge mines^have been unsettled ever since the^strike there three years ago, and on^several occasions since the men have^| been on the verge of going out on a^demand for an Increase. So far as in-^^foimntlon Is obtainable there has not^h'di any effort on the pari of the com^^pany to secure hew men. A LABOR EXCHANGE. OrganisedLsat Mght In Great Fa 111 -^Officers Elected. GreatFalls. Aug. 12.^At a meeting I^held last night In Labor hall ,i local^labor exchange was formed, under Hi* ,^Jurisdiction of the Ind-o-nl n e. ills-'^souri, exchange. 'Pie new BMvemont^starts out with a inem'^ - ship if ntr^50. The following others were elu tt.l^to serve for the ensuing y--ai : l*ierl- i^dent. Kdwln Young; secretary. / E. j^Cautield, accountant. Sam M. Moore:^advisory board. Rols-rt Hendry, '! W. ,^Hansen. O. H. Perry. O. M. Lambert,^j R. W. Berry. A. J. Kmmerton BSnl L. H.Converse. In about a month the^i exchange expects M be In Morkir.s or-^I der and to have a brick yard tunning^In full blast. They also expect to en- '^gage in house building and at vera I^contracts hav^- been promised. The ob^^ject Is to engage in all kinds of labor^at which wages are paid, for v.hlch^the exchange will issue interchange^^able script. DeafaeaaCannot He Cared Bylocal application*. a. they cannot rearh the^Alieaaed portion of th* ear. Than ia only way to^rasa deafst... and thai U by ronalitutlonal ran*^ediea. fieafneii la eanaad hi aa inflamed eondi-^Co.. of the rniroiiallstntftf th* Kutterhlen Tubs.^When thW tuba get* inflamed you bar* a rum^alta*. tonnd ^ r 'mperfeet h-arlag. and whan It la^entirely eli-atd deafnes* In tha leasts, ami unlean^the tafljtmntatlon ran ba taken out and thh tube^reatored to Its normal condition, hi arms will be^deatrovpd foravar; niaa esaaa out of ten ara^canard by ratarrb. which I* nothing but an ia-^dawied coadldoa of tha rauooua aurfaee*. Wawill give One Hnndrad Do! lam for any caae^of Paafnrta (cauaad by i a'arrh) that caaaot ba^cured br Hsll't t'atarrh Cure. Scad far circu^^lar., fraa. r J. C/HBXBY * CO., Tolode, a Soldby Drugs lata, 7.V. HallsFain' y Pllla ara tha beat AnotherBurlington Nlorj.^Great Falls. Aug. 12.^Henry K. Bur-^rflt, formerly manager of the Sand^Coulee Coal company, who has Just re^^turned from the south, to-day brings^the story which he told to a friend to^^night that the Chicago. Burlington aV^Qulm y railroad had placed an order for^600.000 railroad ties to be delivered ct^Sheridan. Wyoming, at em early date.^When seen at his home to-night Mr.^Berrell was Indignant that the story^had gotten out. and Maid he did not tell^It for publication. He admitted, how ^^ever, that he had tcHd the story, but^refused to give his authority for It. n,n\ All Allegations. GreatFalls. Aug. 12.^Andrew Jensen^and F. P. Atkinson, assignee for An^^drew Jensen, this morning filed In th'^district court answers to the suit^brought by Wyman. Partrldge/aV Co. of^Chicago, creditors in the sum of $4,500.^alleging irregularity in the assignment^The answers deny all the allegations. TaxData I umgdeted. GreatFalls. Aug. 12.^F. C. Lanipen.^deputy clerk and recorder, has com^^pleted the alteration of the tax lists as^required by the board of equalization,^and finds th: n.t Increase made by the^board to be $214.35^. The total valua^^tion as assesed was $10,837,053. and as^equalized $11,051,412. ThaDate: Anenat l.'ol.^Tha Hat The Uordoa'^The PrW: Thsl'a wbare tha taring k)l Goesto Butte.^Great Falls. Aug. 12.^Collector Ilavld^B. Browne, accompanied by Mrs.^Browne and Mrs. Van Handen. left for^Butte this morning, w here they will re^^main for a few days. J Discoveredin a Dw^p Hole in the^Miaaourt CORONERHAS AN INQUEST AVerdict of Accidental Death Is Re^^turned by the Jury-Tha Boy Was^Wading When He Stspped^Into the Deep Hole. GreatFalls, Aug. 12.-At 10 30 o'clock^this morning the searching raits un^^der the guidance i.f Sheriff Proctor^and Deput) Sires, found the body of^Frank Young, the 11-year-old son of^Fred Young, drowned with Willi-e^Morrison yesterday afternoon. It lay^about 100 yards from where Young^Morrison s body was found and about^70 ffet from shore. In a hole 12 tu It^feet de^p. The find was made by^dragging, a hay rake from UN) ft i .,ut^in the river to the hank. The body^was taken to the home of the beresved^parents and will be buried to-morrow^afternoon. Thisafternoon Coroner ('. A. Ilrady^summoned a Jury and held an inquest.^The evidence showed that the two^boys were wading out when they^stepped into the hole. Neither could^swim and went down 10 feet apart,^vsithout uttering a sound. The Jury^brought In a verdict of accidental^death. Immediatelyafter the inquest over^the Isody of WIIHe Morrison was con-^i hided last, night, a large party of^searchers went to the point in the Mis^^souri river where Morrison's body ssas^found and began to drag for the body^of 9-year-old Frank Young I'ntll^darkness compelled an abandonment I^of the work hooks were dragged fur^out into the riven-, hut fulled to bring |^up the body. Shortly after the party^reached the scene of the drowning:,^Fred Young, the father, and his 11-^year-old daughter arrived on the ,^ground. The father tisik a band In t$**l^work, while the daughter paced up |^and down the river hank bemoanioj^tin- fate of her little brother. Oh,papa: rant I Jump in and^help. I know I could find Frankle.^^she cried aloud, and only by a friendly-^hand taking her in charge was she^prevented from executing her desire. Accordingto the story of one of the^hoys who saw the accident, the boy^Young got out beyond his depth and j^cried for help. Willie Morrison \s.nt^after him and when he reached Ms^little companion was Belzed In HM^drowning grip of the Young boy and^both were carried beneath the rushing^waters. They came up together sev^^eral times, then Young disappeared^and the Morrison boy was swept 'oy^the current to shallot, water und his^back remained In view. Baldnessis nothing new: it dates^back to the esrly ages. How to re^^store the hair is modem. Hall's Hair^Henewer. the best product of science,^w 111 restore It. KILLEDTHE HORSE. TheHherltT Paid the Lnw-Tha ^ mini)^Trlea to Recover. ii'-iatFalls. Aug. 12.^An Interesting; J^cose involving some fine points in law |^was filed In the district court this^morning. The title is Cascade county i^attains! Josephus Hamilton, ex-shetlff^of Cascade county, an action to re^^cover $75. the value of a horse killed I^by over-driving by ex-Deputy Sheriff i^W H. Dwyer, while pursuing a pris^^oner alleged to be fleeing from the I^slate. The commissioners refused to j^reimburse Sheriff Hamilton and that^official, on retiring from office, is nl- |^leged to have withheld the amount ^^claimed from fees collected during th^ \^last month, which, if viewed In the^light of a shortage. Is punishaolc by^a fir -. OnApril Li. 18*4. a warrant was^^daci d m the hands of Sheriff Hamil^^ton ordrfiug the arrest of one Alonzo^Booth, charged with horse stealing^Booth (led to Letvlstou n and was pur^^sued by Deputy Dwyer. On arriving^there Dwyer's team was exhausted^and his man had proceeded further on.^He secured the aid of a Fergus county^deputy and a new team from a IIvi-.y^stable and started out again. Booth^was overtaken, b-.tt the team v.-aa^driven so fast that one of the horses^died. The owner demanded $75. which^Sheriff Hamilton paid, and the pres-mt^suit 1s a result through the circum^^stances related above. FORALASKA t'sptainAlien-rumble to Be Ordered to^the Yukon Ntatlon. GreatFalls. Aug. 12.^Captain Aber-^i mmbie of Fort Harrison, who 1s^making a reconnolsance of the coun^^try south of the Missouri river ss far^cast as the Judith, has been spending^the past few days In the Hlghwood^mountains. From thete comes the re-^tsirt that the captain is very liable to^be ordered In command of a company^of soldiers to be stationed by the war^department on the Yukon river In^Alaska. CaptainAbercrombie is no stranger^In the new gold fields. He was sta^^tioned in Alaska as successor to the^late Lieutenant Schwalka In charge of^the I'nltid States exploring party some^eight years aga, .U that turn- he did^most effective -Work for tHe depart^^ment and much of the Alaskan data^now on file at Washington Is said to^lie due to his efforts. It Is expected^the appointment to the coil)mand will^Im* made some tintPTthH jajafnifri. Grayc laxative Pellets cure Constipation. Dr.J. I Terry, of Trimble, Tenn.. In^speaking of Chamberlain's Colic. Choi- j^era and Diarrhoea Remedy, says: ^It^has almost become a necessity In this ^^vicinity ^ This Is the best remedy In^taM world for colic, cholera morbus,^dysentery and diarrhoea, and is recog^^nized as a necessity wherever its gnat^worth and merit become known. No^other remedy is so prompt or effectual,^or so pleasant to take. Sold by d'Ug- |^gists. OrderHon1 ol. Great Fails. Aug. 12. Judge Leslie I^to-day revoked his order dismissing i^^ : H. Finch as assignee of W. R.^Glasscock of Belt on motion of^Measrs. Lyter and Gotinety, attar^neys for eastern creditors, who allege^the transfer or sale of the gsjaVH* of^stock to John H. Hall of |hts city was^irregular, inasmuch as no opjiortun-^Ity was given other parties to bid oa^the remenant stock and also on the |^grounds that the stock was sold at a^much less figure than it was worth or^than could have been obtained for K.^Argruments will be heard on Judge I^I^ealle's return from Fort Benton. Hrnritw-tAraold'a Uwra*. Fromthe Hartford Turn s. Agood story comes from Ridsefleld.^that fine old town in Fairfield county,^w hich has many residences of wealthy . NewYiTkera. The people are proud of^the revolutionary history of the place,^and on ^ of tls^ jrealiient.i has a local^rrputatloa far Wa knowledge in that^line. The .other day some workmen^dog up a lot of hone- sshieh were^promptly conveyed to the village his-^in and ^laid on the table.^ As the^story goea. he adjusted his s|si i teles,^asked as to the precis location ss here^the relics were found, put on his^thinking cap and immediately pro^^ceeded to remember. After remember^^ing for a few mlnut.s he dlstlmtly re^^called the fact that General Bem-dti^:^Arnold's horse was shot under him^w hlle the revolutionary war was being^fought at that Identical spot, and was^burled where It f^^ The tmnes nu\v^cn-upv a show ca**^ In the local mu^^seum of history In the icar ol the vil^^lage store. But the horns, winch were^dug up at the same time, were huiried-^ly burled again. DRUGSTORE 'PHONE TALK. TbsssI'nblle isstrunienla Betray Many^Awkwsril Things. Fromthe Chicago Chronicle. Adrug store telephone sometimes In^^forms the listener what his nelgnbor^thinks of hlra, of hia other neighbors^and of the community and world gen^^erally. Amorning or two liack a north side^hostess availed herself of tr^. conveni^^ence of the corner apothecary shop, and^unmindful of three or four people con^suiting directories and waiting for^change or packages, she rang u\^ hei^husband ami proceeded to ask his ad^^vice about the prospective gm sts to be^Invited to dinner. The Smith and tha^Joneses and the Robinsons passed iiuis-^t. kul the man on the other end of^thi line had evldtnlly demurred at the^mention of the Browns. Why.the Browns are all right.^^shouted the shrill vote* at th ding^stoic telephone. ^They w.re al the^Smiths Friday night, ami if they^are not ashamed b has - them we^ntedn I lie. Besides. I he Browns have^lots of money, and they ate useful |^co-^ple to keep In touch with. WhaiIs that'' on account of the^Robinsons^ They will never know the^dlffennce. They have never met each^other, and I'll sort of Insinuate that the^Browns are distinguished strangers. Youwouldn't do it^ Oh. nonsense,^Mrs. Brown Isn't half bad. She dresses^well, anyway, and you know you al^^ways liked a well-dressed woman. What'sthat^ Walt till to-night^^Well. I suppose I can. though I wanted^to go and aak her Informally this morn^^ing. However. It can wait. I guess.^Don't try to convince me ngalnst my^will though, for I've set my heart on^having the Browns. What'sthat^ All right: I promise^till to-night. Good-by. Yes, surely,^Oood-by. TheBrowns answered the invitation^of the Johnsons with Icy tegrets, un-^softened by any hint of a previous en^^gagement. Mr. Johnson is no longer^burdened with the society of Mr.^Brown, and Mrs. Johnson can only en^^vy thi line clothes of Mrs. Brown from^the opposite side of the street. For th^^Philadelphia brother of Mrs. Brown^was buying a cigar In the corner drug^store. AXOTHKKCASK OF IT AnotherInstance of the mischievous^duplicity of the apothecary telephone^iK-curred In the bicycle region of Kdge-^water. A girl In th^ drug store was^quietly sipping her soda wat^r. when^four other maidens entered the door^and dusti red laughingly at-unul the^telephone. Main2'.).17l please.^ called Ih* pret^^tiest girl of the ciowd. and In the in^^terval that followed the response of thi^operator, she turned to her merry com-^panlons and expatiated on the beauties^and fascinations of the unseen man. Thegirl at the soda water counier^put down her glass and laughid quiet^^ly to herself. ^Main 2^.17K. please',^^called up her brother, and even with^the other men In the office the ties. rt$^-^tlon was too vivid to W mtatsken for^anyoni else than the curly-haired.''^'-blue-eyed.^ dream of a dancer. Ifhe comes, girls,^ exclaimed the^girl w ith the rei elver at her ear. whll-^the sister drank In the words with her^soda water, ^1 promise you. you can^each have a waltz apiece Oh, he is^simply great! He Just loves to Oh.hello' Is this Main 29.17H^ Yes^^Well, 1 would like to apeak lie^ Oh! I^did not know It was you. How do you^do^ Good morning. Yes, of course,^same to you. Icalled you up to ask y^m if you^would like to go to Kvanston to-night,^to the dame at the Country club'^What^ Can't you. really'^ oh, why^not^ You haven't the faintest idea^how you are disappointing me and^three other girls equally charming^What's that^ Oh. nonsense! If you^thought so you could manage to come.^Bother other engagements! Can't you^arrange them for another night^ Oh,^she sou'd Just as soon go another time,^I'm sure. Pleaae come. I've told the^girls how altogether charming you ate.^you know, and I want them to see how-^far short my imagination falls of the^reality. Now, If you don't i otne after^that! What'sthat' Only hitter-sweet^^Why. I think It couldn't tie improved,^and, besides, you don't desire* It sugar-^coated at all. I'm simply disgusted^with the whole affair. WhatIs that^ Come late, you^mean. Well, of course. It is better than^never. 1 suppose Yes. Oh. of course,^1 ran hear the t- ars falling. FLATTKKYBY W1RK Oh,yes. I suppose It can't be helped^and I promise to forgive you this time^if you arrive on the minute of 8:30. What'sthat^ Vour waltzes^ You're^as presumptlous as ever, I see. Oh, yes,^of course, the brave deserve the fslr.'^Trust you for explaining It prettily. Well.yes. then, but only on condi^^tion that you sr- not ar| )ns-tnilt.|a)V'r^than half sftee n Do you und,ratam!'1^No. not a mlnut^ of grace. Then or not^at all. Well,we'll see ibout that. GooaVhf,^I'll give her the message, but she Isn't^any kinder than I am. What s that^^You do^ Nonesens*. Rash Judgment,^that is all. I'll convince you to-nlgh'^^;oi^d-by, again Tea^ Absurd You^had better not s;iy with whom you've^been conversing if all those speeches^can he hesrd in the office. Yes^ My^ear alone, you say^ Ah. thank you^again. That ^bs the prettiest yet. I^really must rini: off after that. Yi u^must be quite exhausted. Good-by.^Yes^ Oh. of course. Certainly. Mr^Oerston. I never doubt^yiMj. Oood-by Andthe pretty girl finally hung up^the reeelvr and turned her Hushed^face toss ard the inquisitive circle of her^companions. AnirrtraadsatIon. Fromthe IndUnapoll* Journal WattsRut If we ahold annex Hawaii^do you think it could ever b-^ American^^ised PottsCertalnlr. It would b* changed^to lUw-way-eya in short order. ANOPEN LETTER ToMOTHERS. WEARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RK3IIT TO TrlE^EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ^CASTORIA,^ AND^^ PITCHER'S CASTORIA,^ AS OUR TRADE MARK. /,DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,^was the originator of ^PITCHER'S CASTORIA,^ the same^that has borne and does now ^Jf ..j,, j'isj on every^bear the facsimile signature of C/mtftfUcMK wrapper.^This is the original ^ PITCHERS CASTORIA^ which has been^used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty^years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it ia^the kind you have always bought,cn ^e and~hasthe signature of C^tWf7^Zfi*C wrap^^per. No one has authority from me to use my name except^The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher ia^President. * March8,1897.Q*b-^4 J^K^^h p. DoNot Be Deceived. Donot BIMtinglft the life of your child by accepting^a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you^(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in^^gredients of ifhich eve/1 he does not know. TheKind You Have Always Bought BEARSTHE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF Travelers'Guide Bl'TTfJ.ANACONDA a i-Aaric ^t. TlroaSchedule, effartre* Similar Jals %. 1BJT. DEPARTFROM ANACONDA No.2. Hurt* Ezpims. for Hel^^ena, dally ^ J* a m No.4. Butte Ezpreas. for Helms.^Oreat r*U^. st. f^aul, Chleaa*^and ail p*inla East and Wast. slljrt^pm No.I, Copper City Flyer, daily. I i, p aa Alter.K IS ANACONDA.^No. I. A- teei. Express, sally. a^il a m^No. 3. Copper ilty Flyrr. daily. 5 .V. p m^No. I, Anaconda Ezpreas. dally W S p ra DEPARTFROM BUTTE.^No. 1, Anaconda Kipreas. dally. 10*^ a Si^No. 3, Copper city Flyer, dally.. (.** p SS^No Anai-ondi Kxpreas. dally . ARRIVEin hi'TTE.^No. 2. Butt* Express, aaliy. . I S a i^No. 4. Mutte Express d .|iy4*** p i No.c. Copper City Flyer, daily.. 1:11 ^ i j^ p a* Insiston Having^The Kind That Never Failed You. TMfcr.aita.usi COHPAItVe TT MUiiaf *tW WANTADVS. Advertisementsunder this head 2 cents^a word for th* first Insertion and I rent a^word for strh subsequent Insertion. Ne^advta taken for les* thsn 2o rents. I'liisslfledadvs. per line per monthR.28 tCountI words to the line.) WantedHelp. I'KOIM.KS KMPl.tO ME NT lUREAl^^Thorn- 2UV Telegruph. telephone, write orcall in pe-ntnn with orders fur help. Ymir sexjgsj urr nafi- here. People''!* officeIn OsSaSI blot-*;, Butle. BALMMANa.nk ~canvahskiis^wantetl at SSJS* on salary and ^ online ailon;inuet come well recununendi-d e^l tn-^aor cull on the Hingrr Manufactur- hagOa, No. ID (Juarts ft.. Unite, Mont. \\ANTKI) SMART BOY ~TO TEND^news stiirnl ami deliver pui^er^. Apply^at I' t^. news Blags* Unite WANTKU Mll.l.lNERl A KIRHT^^class hat trimmer; no other neeil apiih^ItnMoii stun-. Itutte. WANTKDAN ENEROETIC woman^tu travel In Montana; 13) per week^, tear. nihlresM u v Standard. Hull ForSale Mlaeellaneoiis. FOR~XrLBri.' RNITTR E~6rr^^ E V ES~^room house, almost new, ut a Pimp.^Address J. II. Itox Mv Anaconda. POM 8AI.E-KINK COLD bTORAOE^w.irehollie. ealiei-lally adapted to but^^ter und iggn. C. Ci Fuller, llnseman.^Mont FORHALE^I OOOD-IIOK8E. WORKS^ulngle gf gggjMa Apply 3lt Cherry^atreet. Anaconda. MONTANA!*NION. TRAINSARRIVE IN ANACONDA. Put:.'Expressl ii a at Outrep EzprcwsU:# a SS RuttsExpressZJ^ p m PuttsEzpreas^:^^ p m UntieExpress1* 26 p ra fRAINSLEAVE ANACONDA. 'CsrrlaonExpress*:** a SS HuttwExpress ... ^:*^ a SS Butt*ExpressII:* s as 'PuttsExpressJM p SS llutli-Express*:S0 p m Oooneetaat Stuart for Garrison and^polnta eait on the Northern Pacific; at^^liver How with Colon Pa.tnV Fast Matt^^*C*nnects at (inrrtaon with Northern^r Ifle trein for Weal TRAINSARRIVE IN BI TTE. AnarnnnWEipreaan:*A s X* Anaoondi Exit. *l! ^ P B ColonPaetSk Fast MallI ^ p ra OarrlaonAccommoalation 4:2^ p aa Anaimi da Kzpres.--p an AnacondaA Osrrlnon Express. 1*:SS p m TRAINSI.EAV1-: HLTTE.^'Anaionda A Usrrtson Express.. 7 0* a ra AnacondaExpressW:3^ a m AnacondaExpress1:2* p m Inlon Pacific Fast Mall4:*^ p aa ^tjarrlaonAccommodationS:*5 p m AnacondaExpress5:46 p ra AnacondaExpress^ 2t p gf H'onrnctsst Osriison with Nort he ra^Pacific train for tho W^st. ^Connectsat Garrison with th* Nortn*^ern P^i IBc train for tho East. 'StPaul^MlnnMprtka Ouluth SpOkaUlts Tacoma Seattle Portland Wutitetl-Mlsrellaaeous. WANTED-TWOROOMS. KCRNISHEI)^or utiftirnlahiil. tor light housekeepliiK,^near business cenler. Addrena ti. P.^Standanl Anaconds. rOUXOMAN ~J I ST ARRIVED FROM^l-aist. wants |iovitluii of any kind, goml^at tlnsrcM ami general oltli e work; beat^rStgtWMsa. Addrena William M. Clare, Butle. WANTEDTo RENTXTlV^OR~SlX^^room houae. with bath, must be In good^locution. Address P O. Box 4*4, Mutte. Buslaesarhanres. WANTED-A PARTNER WITH 8MAI.I. capitalto handle patent: can make *^.^Odd. Imiulra ul 100 opposite po.-tofln e. An^^aconda. ForRest. FOIt R e NT^I. a Ri 1E F I' R N I S 11 E D^front room. 211 Wist llalena. Butte FORkent ^ FI'RNIBiTeD ROOMS Knit^housekeeping. Ul Kemper a***. Butte FOR lt':ST 4-ROK.M HOl'SE WITH^twth. lower Colorado street. A. U Pat-^Mftaw, VH Owaley. Hulte. FORRENT -AT ONCE. FT'RNIHHEl)^boarding house; gi^od loestloti. Address^M Standard. Butte. FOR KENT THREE ROOMS SI ITA^ble for houaekeepliiK lni|ulre 51* Weet^Park avenue, Anaconda. FORKENT-Fl'RNISHED ROOMS. 21 i^Dakota meet. Butte FOR RENT-TWO OFFICE ROOMS.^Ilea ml n House. Anaconda. FORRENT^SEVEN- ROOM Fl R.M8II-^ed SjSSbSS, Inquire Boucher. 4S Eaat Park^street. Untie FOR RENT - Fl'RNISHED ROOM^with tabls service. M Wr^l Park Si .^Butte. Fl'RNISHED FRONT ROOM 8LITA-^bls for two at TOM Cherry street. Ana^^conda. Flip.KENT ilY THE DAY OlTwi.l K^cood. nice, clean beda, '* per day. 4tU^East Front atreet. Anaconda, Mrs. P. F.^blrphena. Barklea-aAratca gavlwo. Th*best sslva In tha world for eats,^brula**, sores ulosn, salt rhsum. fever^sores, tetttr, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, aad all saxa eruptions, aad posi^^tively cures piles, or no pay required. It^la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction^or money refunded. Price % coats par^box. For sals by all drugglata aad dealers. ForSale-Real Eatata. ^ Ai KE8 IN BI'TTER^ROOT^VAI--^l^ | Vi acres farm land; good water^right. Z miles from town, desirable loca^^tion for fruit or poultry ranch. Address^iieorge- P .Brooks, Real Estate, Missoula.^MonL iTlva-240ACRES: OOOD TITLE. PLF.N^ty of water, cosafor'aok log buildings:^13) acres land In cultivation: near school:^i good stock ranch; must be sold at once, a^bargain. Address Qaorge F. Brooks, Real^Estate. Missoula, Moat. tfMtBCffTcH6TciT4f^PDOT CORNER^West mde; lots fa all parts of th* city,^not) and up. Tod or a Jackasan. ^ E^Broadway, Butte. FORSALE-DOUBLE BRICK HOUSE. iiWest Woolaian, Butts; rants fil par^month for sale at SJ.Svs. iuqulrw on prsaa- lacsat snce. MAIION'SNOTE FOR SALE -I HOLD^Frank Mahon'a note for $^^^ which I willaell at a discount. Address A. Dcs- laurlern.I'oHiofllce. city. FORSALE K1RNITI ItE OF I-ROOM^house; houae for rent, hniulre 41* Mouth Montanaatreet. Rutte. FORSALE CHEAP l.oDlil.Nii HOI SK. over('. O. D. slore. Com. uv., Atuiconda,^FOR MALE IIARHEH SHOP WITH S hathtubs, best stand In the dly. Ad-^dreaa VV. B . care Standanl Anaconda. BLACKBERRIES.'tl'l'ER CAJsSi ^P^plea. II per tart. f. o. b.. Missoula. C^I: Willianix P. O. Box IW. Missoula. FORSALS-CHEaFTfRUIT and Cl-^gar store, good location, muat sell ut one-e. Address |. North Wyoming atreet. Butte. FORHALE' ritIK FIXTURES CHEAP,^counter, ahowcaae, aU-gant wall ease and onsroll top de-ak. John Howard. M^ N Main,Butt*. Mlsrellaaeous MADAMSHIEI.Da^HAIR~ DRrSfaTNtT^manicuring, fair steaming and chiropo^^dist, Parlors 10, North Wyoming siren^Switches snd chains made from comb^^ing*. Vsn's Mexican Hair Restorstor^sud sll nhadea of dyss. Don't fall to^try her famous cream for handa, face^snd lips. CATARRHCI'RED-MOLONEV. MKT A-^physician. Silver Bow Block. Butta Pullmansleeping cars, elsgaat steredtouriat sleeping car*. TRAINSARRIVE AT BUTTE. No.II. from St Paul, arrives at^N. P. depot dally at I'M a as M c No. 2. from Portland, ar^^rives st M. C. depot dailyII H I a TRAINSDEPART. M.I' . No. I. for Portland, leaves^M. U. depot dallyT:tt a as No.lx. for St. Paul, leaves N. P.^local depot dally I 21 p ss Mixedto Whitehall, leaves N. P.^local depot daily at T.W a. m.^On Thursdays this train will^run through to Pony and Norrls.^Trslns Ncs. 11 snd U have Staadant PullmanSleeping Cars to and from St. Paul. Throughtickets to Japan and China via^Tacoma and Northern Purine Steamship Company. ForInformation, lime cards, maps and^tickets, call nn or write to W.M. I t oil Y. general Agent,^or CHARLES 8. FEE. General Passenger Agent.St. Paul. Minn. 0.R. AN. CO. mostDirect line to THECOAST bstoroWttlunftoi at. All Nitf UOregon usi OtiLfaiii VTA Lost. LOST-ALAP R^1I1E BETWEEN THE^road house east of Anaconds snd Warm^Springs. Please leave at D. G. Brownell s^stuble and receive reward. LOST-AWHITE AND~BLACK~t'OW. branded^J^ on left hip. A reward of as^sill be paid for return. F. Prrldhem. 331 e.Granite, Butte. Oceansteamers leave^free day* for San Francisco aad Californiapolnta LOSTA DARK BROWN HORSE. weightabout 110) pounds; branded heart^on Jaw. A rewsrd will be paid for return toW. F Cobban. Butte I For full Information and rate*, applp toCON A. ST. CLAIR. General^: Butte, Mont. OrAddress W.H. HI KLHl'RT. General^Agent. Portland, Ore. e.mcneill. i Presidentand Manager. I MwituaCeitril hfiwajr ffnld*thr world'* record fi^r^iMfl-dl-itanee fast run run p. Betterthan thebest rrlckss the null kest^the^Burlington 'a ^St. Psul-cni-^Limited.^^An electric lighted, ateam^heated. wide vealibuled^train, fresh from the build-^era' handa. Built at coat of^Ileal I) HiVOcO M,,at U-au-^tlful. luxurious, coraforta-^ble. complete train ever^plai ed In service on any^railroad In any country. LeavesSt. Paul at t.iK p.^m. dally. Compartmenta^snd standard sleepers, day^ciiarhce. chair csrs. s-la-^carte diner snd buAVt^smoker NoExtra Hares.^Tickets at ^Sices of all^connecting lines.^Phil. Daniels. Pass r Agent. Butte. Mont. Burlingtonflui'e Throughservice between St. Paul,^nespelia. Helena. Butte,^and Portland. Connections st^minala for Kootenai Country, Oregon sad)^California paints. Alaska, Japan aad^China Connections at Twin Cities for all^points East aad South. St agio aad^trip ticket a to all points aad^checked to destination.^I Leaves^ Atlantic Express, dally 4 M p m^! Leaves-Local for Helena, daily. 1:4* a as^Arrives^Parise Kxpreaa. daily B* * m^Arrives^Local from Helena, daily Ip sa^I* City Ticket otB. e. No 41 North Mala St.,^Butts. J. E. Dawsun. Oeneral Agent. raFiuimn Nelsonft Fort THEONLT ALL RAIL ROTTR WtTHe^OUT CHANGE of CARS be WEEN Spokane,Roasland ~* Nelson MewYorlc.M.Y.Bw^DN TRIAL Nelsonand Roesland dailtexcept SUNDAY,^lasava iat.su.... Sawaane ..^. ^:^^ a, a.^11 eg a. ...RaaaUad^ I ^ p. sa, HitsNelson.,..... t:^ a, s*. CM** cinaictliai at^etas war* tor Xases aa farKetrss