OCR Interpretation


The Anaconda standard. [volume] (Anaconda, Mont.) 1889-1970, February 10, 1898, Morning, Image 10

Image and text provided by Montana Historical Society; Helena, MT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84036012/1898-02-10/ed-1/seq-10/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 10

est ,. w rSwid. a s a the
I 'n L Ust t. waddl 
~haa ,r lb se qualty. Ti, aeý ates
Serly easct.
FULL DB.88 SUITS
FULL DRESS SHBIRTS
FULi DRBI NCB0WEAR
DRBESS SUIT CASES, ETC.
M ISSOULl OA .
MISSOULA. MONT.
EVENTS OF THE DAY,
S. B. Baldwin of Coloma is in the city
ont business.
Jdhn Willis of Thompson Falls was
in town to-day.
Wyman Ellis of Helena is registered
at the Florence.
D. H. Morris of Hamilton Is a guest
Iat the Rankin to-day.
Charles B. Gibbs of Plains is in the
city on business matters..
J. A. Bishop and Jo)nm Ranvillle of
Stevensville are in town.
E. C. Jones of Minneapolis came down
from Hamilton this noon.
Mrs. Dell Bpck and son came down
from Stevensville yesterday.
Charles Smith of Stevensville is re
aiding in Missoula this week.
Alex Dow and Eugene Corrier re
turned to Arlee on No. 1 to-day.
John Beatty returned this noon from
a business tour of the Bitter Root.
O. F. Ryan of Bearmouth and Mr.
Anson of Garnet are guests at the Ran
kin.
A. C. Martin. L. E. Smith and Bud
Thomas of Plains are at the Rankin for
a few days.
W. J. Clark of the White Cloud came
down the valley yesterday and left last
night for Helena.
Roadmaster Palmer returned this
noon from a tour of inspection over the
Bitter Root branch.
Charles Sulter is in the city and will
remain here till after the upiversity
contract is awarded. "
E. H. Talcott returned from St. Regis
last night and left oil the delayed No. 2
for his home in Livingston.
Louis Lienemann of Butte returned to
the Smoky City yesterday after a visit
of two or three days in Missoula.
H. W. Murphy came down from
Hamilton this noon and left to-night
for Eastern Montana on the late train.
G. W. Reynolds and L. G. Smith came
over from Anaconda to-day on No. 1
and went up the Bitter Root this after
noon.
Mrs. J. J. Dowling. Fred. Moore and
P. L. Rogers came up from St. Regis
last night to attend the funeral of M.
C. Beach.
W. H. Yerrick left last night on a
blsiness trip through the East. He will
go to Milwaukee first and then go as
far East as Cincinnati.
IPrank Higgins to-day received four
stag hounds from the Conley & Mc
Tague pack. They were brought over
on No. 1 by Dr. Holloway.
E. Goughnour came up from his saw
mill last night to attend the funeral of
M. C. Beach, the engineer who was
killed at St. Regis Saturday.
D. E. Bandmaun is conducting the re
hearsals for the -performance of "Da
mon and Pythias" by the memhers of
the local lodge of Knights of Pythias.
'Henry Schoenfeldt and wife are in
town from Garnet. They are planning
to start for Europe about April 1 to he
present on the ftileth wedding anniver
sary of Mr. &'hoesfeldt's parents.
Joe McCulloch and R. i. Budd. two
well-known railroad men, have located
.a promising claim on Fish creek and
have removed there. They have clealed
enough land to start a ranch and ex
pect to raise enough to support them
selves while they develop their claim.
Good
baking powder at 25 or 30
cents a pound? Ridiculous!
It can't be made. Cream
of tartar costs too much.
The grocer must make a
profit; and so must the man
ufacturer. ý,
PLEASE PASS_ TE FRUIT
But Don't Pm th Montana Fruit
Growers' Meeting By.
IT WILL BE A ROUSER
Secretary Bdwsrds Announces the Pro
gramme, and it fs a Fine Fruit
Plavor-Apples, Berries, Grapes
and How to Grow Them.
Missoula, Feb. 9.--The programme
for the midwinter meeting of the fruit
growers of Montana has been made
public by Secretary Edwards, and it
indicates that this year's meeting will
be by far the most important that has
been held. Prominent among the plans
for the meeting is the permanent or
ganisatioa of the association on the
basis of a state horticultural society.
The plan upon which this will probably
be accomplished is the reorganization
of the old state horticultural society
formed at Stevensville several years
ago. The society will continue the
work that has been begun by the fruit
growers at their midwinter meeting,
and will have the added advantage of
a permanent organization upon a basis
that will command the recognition ofl
legislators and of those who handle the
products of the orcharas of the state.
The business meetings of the associ
ation will be held in the district court
room. The Friday evening programme
will be one that will be arranged by
the Missoula people for the entertain
ment of the visiting members of the
association. The programme in full is
as follows:
"The afternoon and evening sessions
will be entirely devoted to the work of
forming a permanent organization for
the state. This will be the most im
portant meeting in the interests of hor
ticulture to be held.
"First day, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2:30
p. m.-Temporary organization; ad
dress of welcome. J. M. Evans. presi
dent Missoula board of trade: re
sponse. Dr. 8. M. Emery, director of
experiment station, Bozeman; appoint
ment of committees on displays and
awards; report of 1897 committee on
the reorganization of the State Horti
cultural society.
"7:30 p. m.-Meeting for the purpose
of completing the work of reorganiza
tion of the State Horticultural society
and electing permanent offlicers for the
ensuing year and the selection of a
place for the annual meetings; (It is
desired to start the organization with
a membership of at least 200, and you
and your friends are urged to be pres
ent, prepared to become members);
unfinished business; signing the roll;
election of officers; selection of place
for holding meetings.
"Second day, Thursday. Feb. 24. 10
o'clock a. m.-Call for the names of
fruit growers who have successfully I
grown pears, peaches, plums and cher
rles, with the names of best varieties 1
of each: (Note-Many are successfully
growing pears, peaches, plums and
cherries. The association has neither
knowledge of such successful growers ,
nor the varieties grown. It is highly
important that this information be se
cured. Will all puch persons be so
kind as to provide themselves with
such a list, to be handed in at this
time for publication in the report of
the proceedings?); 'Top Grafting to
Replace Poor Varieties,' H. A. Cat'- I'
michael, Hamilton; 'How Should Ap
ples Be Packed?' I. Parkhurst, Cor
vallis: 'Dishonest Practice of Some
Fruit Commission Men,' W. B. Har
lan, Como.
"2:30 p. m.-'The Probable Future of
Fruit Transportation,' S. LT. Moore, G.
F. A., N. P. Ry.. St. Paul: 'The Best
Summer Apple.' R. . D)e Long. Stev
eneville: discussion, selection of three
best varieties of summer apples by
vote of the society: 'The Best Fall Ap
ple.' Thomas Burroughs, Corvallis: I
discussion, selection of best four va
rieties by vote of society: 'The Best ]
Winter Apple.' W. B. Harlan, Como:
discussion, selection of the best five
varieties of winter apples by vote of
manrity.
"7:30 p. m."Feathered Friends and
Enemies,' an evening with Audubon
and other bird artists. illustrated by
the stereopticon, Professor M. J. El
rod, State ITniversity, Missoula: 'com
mon Fungus Diseases.' Professor H. H.
Jennings, Bozeman: 'Remedies.' Dr. E.
V. Wilcox. Bozeman.
"Friday, Feb. 25. 10 o'clock a. m.
'The Strawberry.' Dr. S. M. Emeryy.
Roseman: discmssinn: 'Red and Hltti'k
Raspberries.' Fred Gilbert. Lo Lo;
discussion: 'Blackberries. N. R. (;ib
ford. Missoula: discussion: 'Grapes.'
Alfred Cave, Missoula: discussion.
"2:30 p. m.-'Legislative Needs of the
Fruit Grower.' T. A. Mc(Clain of Cnarl
ton, A. M. Stevens of Missonia. W. .
Bass of Stevensville. D. E. Itandmann
of Missoula: discussion: appointment
of permanent legislative cotllnlittee of
three.
"7:30 p. m.--Programme to be an
nounced later.
"Additional topics for discussion
'Rhould Apnle Trees He Pruned 1 Po As
to Form a Dense. Bushy Top. or So As
to Thin Out the Tons?' 'Should Bear
ing Orchards Re, Sown to Clover or
Kept Cultivated?' 'Are We reing
Supplied With Trees By Honest
Agents or Are We Being Swindled as
of Old?' 'Bees and Their i'art.'
'Grapes and What Variety Have Been
Tried.' 'Do We Not Irricnte Our Or
chards Too Freely?' 'What Causes
the Apple to Shrink?' 'Apple Boxes.' "
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
Altion in a Number of Cases-Veasey vs.
D)riakwiue in Progress.
Missoula. Feb. 9.-In the dlistrict court
to-day the Achilles divorce case came
up on a motion to strike from the
complaint certain Iprtions. The motion
was allowed in part. In the Davis
Wagoner case. involving the affairs of
the old Canyon Ditch company, an
agreed statement of facts was tiled and
submitted. The case of the stat. \'s.
Barney Axtell. charged with burglary.
was heard before a jury and the dli.
fendant was acquitted. The civil suit
of 'eaaey vs. Drinkwine, a tedious af
fair, is now on trial and will not be
concluded much before to-morrol
night. The burglary cases against John
SRoussey and J. Sparks are set for to
morrow. \ilson, the head ,.f the burg
lary gang, who entered a plea of guilt y
yesterday, will appear to-nmorrow a fter
noon for sentence. The jury w-ill prll
ahiy be excused for the ternm .n Friday
night, as the business of the terl i:
about flnishedi. Next Tl,,l:tay ev,-ni'n
Pt Stevensvill.,. Judge WV',,ly \ ill h. :ur
the arguments in the ltavai!li onitt!
ommissioners ' are. It is the old it o:i tI
against the new. Attorney cnlll:l
Nolan will appear for the old board
.tt th'e Hotels.
Th,. Flor, -1i. - --.- vntan IEllis, lie:, nu
.'.rg.- A. ''lairk. Blutt-. A It t':ti'li r
ti . i "'hitug., F" . P I' tlllat -. - I aih.i
gill. Stit.lkane. F. T. "'I'uin. ''hi.. ,x .
J. It. Jett.,. Daryt n S. lI l:.,i el\tli. t'~
li ia F:. "'. Ja... 11itnn=i .st it- It \l -
Beatty, jr., Butte; D. T. Haakett, Chl
cago; W. B. Lanius, New OiAans.
The Bankln--Charles Hughes, H. Un
derhtill, Robert Corry. Blackfoot; B. T.
BRllings. F. F. Ryan, Omaha: C. A.
Hodguon, Bonner; James Carlose,
Blackfoot: J. A. Bishop. Mrs. Dell
Buck and son, John Renville,. Stevens
ville; B. 1. McDonald, Potomac; G. II.
Rowland and wife. G. B. Higgins and
wife, Goughnour Spur; Mrs. J. J.
Dowling Pred Moore, P. L. Rogers, St.
Regis; Joe Grotier, Frenchtown; D. H.
Morris, Hamilton: D. Turner, Bonner;
Aleck Dow, Arlee; A. C. Martin, L. E.
Smith. Bud Thomas, C. B. Gibbs,
Plains; G. B. Baldwin, Coloma; C. A.
White. Carter: G. F. Ryan, Bearmouth:
M. Anson, Garnet; A. J. Fowler,
Bonita.
SIGNAL OF DISTRESS.
Military OMeers Hastes to Invade a School
Missoula. Feb. 9.-One of the teachers
in the Missoula public schools was
somewhat surprised the other day by
the abrupt and hasty entrance into her
school room of a number of officers
from Fort Missoula. They hastened
to inquire of the teacher what was the
matter. She was more mystified than
ever and told them that there was no
trouble that she knew of. Then the
officers apologized for intruding and ex
plained that they had been passing
and noticed that she was flying a sig
nal of distress. They had at once hur
ried to her relief and were much grati
fied to know that the signal was wrong.
Still the teacher did not understand.
Then the officers told her that the
American flag was flying above the
school house, union down, and they
had naturally assumed that she was
in trouble. This explanation made, the
military men withdrew and hereafter
the teacher will look carefully to see
that her stars and stripes are right
side up.
BanocnoTls. Sudden ehanges of the weather
cause Bronchial Troubles. "B'ows's BaRONCAHI
'THO(uEs' will give effective relief.
Houses Are Searce.
Missoula, Feb. 9.-Houses in Missoula
for rental are getting scarcer all the
time and prospective renters are hav
ing a hard time finding a place to live.
Jack Ward is living in a box car at
present, not having been able to find
a house yet. He brought his household
effects over from Ph!lipsburg last week
and when he wants anything in the
clothing line, he has to go to the box
car and get it. This is all right in
this warm weather, but if a cold wave
comes it will not be a pleasant place
in which to change clothes.
Cold Wave Comling.
Missoula, Feb. 9.-The weather report
of the railway to-day announces the
approach of a cold wave and more win
ter. If there is to be any winter this
season it will have to be getting here
in a hurry, as the sun is getting high
and the strawberries are turning
green. The train from Wallace was
snow bound for three or four hours
this side of Dorsey this forenoon, the
snow drifting in behind the snow plow
before the train could get up the hill.
Mr. Moss' Funeral.
Missoula, Feb. 9.-The funeral of
WVilliam Moss \\'ill be held to-morrow
from the Catholit church. Moss had a
sister ILving in Missoula and had many
friends in the lumber districts. He was
a young man, only 17 years old, but a
young giant in stature and strength.
Ills death can be attributed only to his
own carelessness and it is not likely
that there will be any inquest.
Funeral of Mr. Beaelh.
Missoula. Feb. 9.-The funeral of M.
('. Beach was held this afternoon from
the Methodist Episcopal church. There
was a large attendance of friends,
many having come from a distance.
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup
Ifas been uced for over FIFTY YEARS by MILL
ION' of 9loTHERgt for their a HILDREN
WHIL 'TE:TItLNi+, with PERFECT SUCCESS.
It MOOTHEI thle CHlD,, SOFTRENS the GUMS,
AhI.AYS all PAIN; ('CRES WIND COLTIC, and
It the beit remedy for DIARRHOA. Sold by
Drturtoist in every part of the world. ie sore
and ask for "Mrs. Winluow'a Soothing Syrup.''
and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents abottle.
Iteserve Agent Appointed.
Special Ditspatch to tlihe Standard.
W'ashingtlo. Fo,. S.--The comptroller of
the currenc has approved the Nattonal
Park bank of New York as the reserve
agent for the (lGreat Falls. Mont., Na
tional bank. The comptroller announces
the selection of the following officials of
the State National bank of Miles City:
leo ('. Harmon. scondll vice president;
(George Il. Hyde. cashier. lt place of leo
C'. 1latrmon: John E. l)e ('arle. assistant
caslier. in piace of George II. Itlyde.
The Medal Sllol.
Splc'tal ('lrreslondence of the Standarld.
W\allace. Idaho. Feb. d.-King won in
the' medal shoot to-day by thei following
score: Whitllllaw. 18: Holohan. 17: Scott. N;
King, '=: Wilson. 20; Flohr. 19; Cartni
chadl. 1 : Heard. n1. In the Jamieson cilal
lengel prize shoot McGraw defeated Scott
with 9 to 7.
.--- --·e·---
Killed in a Mine.
Spc'lal Disipatch to the Standard.
Wallace'. Idaho, Feb. 8.-Thomas L.otks
was killed in the Morning mine to-day. A
rocp, fell on him. breaking his back. He
died a few hours later. lHe was about :1;
years ,old. Hle leaves a wife and two 1lill
dret,.
nMity Russian Langunage.
81xty languages are spoken in the em
pire governed by the czar of Itussla.
BABY
HUMORS
Instant relief for skin-tortured babies and
rest for tired mothers in a warm bath with
CrUTrcl'A SOAP, and a single applicalton of
(''u-alt.A (onUtment), the great skin cure.
The only speedy and ecvouoteai treatment
for itching, burning, bleredllang- sicaly. and
pimply humors of thesklln, scal. andt blood.
S1ticura
( " IhI t o 0 't, I + r I • , .... * ·+ · >1 ! le.
BABY BLEMISHES '"....... .;
Sick or "Just Don't
Peel Well."
ONLY ONE POR A DOSE.
Iewasses Preels. cars Desac. OysBpepse a
atlama. 2i oe a ao: at ,trulloto ur by mail
u--mpls t'ree, addsss Dr. Bgaly , e.,IIi.
CERAL STATE IEWS
(Cseatuied from Page Seven.)
of the PaS county court house as Mb
nlgra modet bilding, State Examine
Moronety having pronounced It the
most convniaently-arranged strucot-re
of the. kind 'in the state. After view
ing the beildin and visiting all th
dep&atments, the committee conclud
ed that Mr. Moroney was about right.
As a result there will probably be
much similarity in the court houses of
Park and Deer Lodge counties, with
this distinction, that the Anaconda
structure will be of much larger pro
portions, of a more pretentious style
of architecture any very much more
costly. The committee proceeded to
Helena.
The change in the new time card, as
It effects No. 1, will add much to the
convenience of passengers at this sta
tion. Under the old schedule No. 1 ar
rives at the disagreeable time of 2:36
o'clock in the morning. The new time
will be very close to 10 o'clock in the
evening, which will be a much better
hour for both incoming and outgoing
passengers. It is said there will be no
change in the time of arrival of the
eastbound train. The new time card
will go into effect at St. Paul on Sun
day, the 13th Inst.
The movement to build a flouring mill
here is assuming definite form and
shape. A stock company composed of
local capitalists is to be formed and
there is now a greater part of the total
amount of stock pledged. 'The bonus
subscriptions are also showing up well
and it is expected that the stock com-,
pany will be organized in a few days.
S. M. Fitzgerald, who returned a few
days ago from a trip to the upper Yel
lowstone, reports that there is less
snow in the mountains this year than
ever before known at this season of
the year. At Cooke City there is only
two feet of the beautiful, whereas it
usually lies six to eight feet deep. The
winter has been remarkably mild, and
stockmen on the upper Yellowstone say
It has been the easiest winter on stock
ever recorded.
The funeral of Mrs. C. M. Day, who
died from apoplexy yesterday fore
noon, was held to-day under the aus
pices of the Degree of Honor, of which
deceased was a member. She was in
her 50th year and leaves a husband,
two sons and a daughter.
Judge Henry departed yesterday for
,)eer Lodge to open the February term
of court there.
President E. H. Talcott of the Na
tional Park bank is spending a week
at Helena and Missoula.
A. D. Edgar and Charles N. Kessler
of Helena, M. L. Hoyt, B. F. Stanton
and A. J. Bush of Bozeman and W. C.
Fowler of Genesee, Idaho, are in the
city in attendance at the reunion, of
the Scottish Rite Masons.
GALLATIN COUNTY COURT.
-ome Interesting Cases are About to Be
Tried.
Speclal Correspondence of the Standard.
Bozeman, Feb. 8.-The district court
convened yesterday for the February
tcrm. The morning was spent in hear
ing motions and demurrers, setting
eases and drawing the jury for the
term. The bonds of matrimony between
E. H. Gooch and Carrie E. Gooch, and
Lizzie M. Middleton and Richard K.
,Middleton, were severed and an ab3ý
lute divorce granted in both cases. The
case of the' city of Boaeman vs. John
Biering was tried before the judge sit
ting without a jury anad the issues
found for the defendant. This was a
case where the city c.'ottiai had t.ut
some stock belonging to Blrinn; into
the pound and tried to collect lines
from him. He contended that the
stock were not within the city limits
when taken, but that some boys, in an
ticipation of a reward, had driven them
in and put them in the pound.
The case of G. Carr vs. W. J. Alex
ander was set for trial on the 11th, and
the case of ,Milligan vs. Fredericks for
Thursday, the 17th. Only one criminal
case, that of the state of Montana vs.
W. Hughes, was set and will be tried
on Monday, the 14th. Hughes is
charged with assault in the first de
gree for an assault which was commit
ted on H. Ward in Backes' saloon on
Christmas day, when Hughes attempt
ed to kill Ward, and did fire several
shots at him, one of which inflicted
quite a severe wound. The setting of
cases was continued until Wednesday
morning.
The following is a list of the jury for
the present term: W. T. Durham, Mike
McDonnell, Matt Niebel, James Boom
er. E. M. Davidson, E. H. Ferguson,
Martin Kundwall, J. B. Sloan. F. liar
ris, L. A. Harper, R. J. Ferguson, M. J.
Johnson, C. W. Jackson, D. B. Christie,
W. id. Jam's, W. M. Nevitt, Henry
Sterling. H. H. Sappington, Robert Rid
dell, P. Itodolph. E. V. Blankenship, A.
W. Cook, G. A. King, Thomas Jones, fl.
Ilobbs, W. It. Collins, J. Hopkins, F. M.
Titus, H. Tomnpson, L. Authier. The
term will probably be a very short one,
although there are some 50 odd cases
on the docket, some of which will be
settled out of court, others continued,
and a few tiled
MEDICAL
OI TRIAL
To Any Rollable Man.
Marvelous Espltalne and month' relldies_
Of rare power wi u be snt On tt&, aethott tne
adrone $ymetl t yne the f remoest roa Msy in th
world In0 the trreatnt ot men wrrt, broken, dies
courated from effects f excesses, wore , over
work, &c. leppy" mnrritlae secured, omplets r
otartloa or develoDpment of .il robuot oenditin.
T'he time of this offer is itnlted. INo C,. 0. 1),
- NIAO..ATaxide
EIE MuEDla. N.Y.
STODDARD & ROE0
ItMIsst.LA, MOsTANA.
Real Estate--Cit~ and Country.
Fttolt LE -'EN A(E Ri..(R, «00: 40 AC.RES,
i1, t il. 'tsar Mi.salia: 151 sires in itter
i2,at. *L.0l,5 1110 naere,., 10 uiies froam Mitiula,
l I,0hk): to01 a.r"ev. six tilec from Misaoula. a
Sj*iltllt lI,laa.. well .quipped for apriug work.
"riate a. u for diescriptions of abovein d other
CHARLES EMSLEY,
Scientific and
Decorative
....Taxdermy
M.aouia. Moot.
\\ estcrn
Montana National Bank
OF MISýOULA. MONT.
Fred Kennett................. President
T. H. 'I' Ityan............Vice President
U. A. Woil.f...................Cashier
Capital........... $75,000
Surplus and Profits 15,0UO
Furntt Is ?.room house, eloses to, on
West a IO. fiubMi bed, bedroome
suitet, r s. All table and bad
linen. *?espbiLng i the house ,500; house
for reils "
Fur h i -room house, well out.
East i4: Mtate for boardig house.
Price, $175. fou tfor rent, 0.
I have sstsr gs d mlesrooms for furni
ture ,ad w*.Isal, ou a 14-rnom brick
house that 4-CC AS on good lot, south
west part. frt 1.1: rent, 5.
If ymt want to buy or sell ant want
quick aetkie, call and s*e, me.
W. S fA4A , 4ia Cabrade Street, atles.
WANT ADVS.
Advertisements under this head 9 cents
a word for the arst Insertion and cent a
word for each subsequent insertion. lo
adrt. taken for less than S Cents.
Classifed advs. per line per month ....JL
(Count S words to the line.)
WANTED-- ELP.
PEOPLE'S EMPILOYMENT BUREAU,
'phone 206. Wanted, family girl for
Boulder, one .for Basin, two for Anacon
da. Who will accept these positions? Peo
ple's Offce, in Owsley block, Butte.
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS BUSHEL
man; must be experienced; union
wages. Answer' Anaconda Standars.
Great Falls.
WANTED - SAND ROLLER FIRE
brick molder; must be experienced. In.
quire at office Great Falls Fire Brick Co.,
Great Falls.
GIRL WANTED AT 418 OAK ST., ANA
conda; must be a good cook.
WANTED-SITUATIONS.
wANTED-PLAIN SEWING. CALL AT
415 Cherry, Anaconda.
WANTED-SITUATION BY MAN OF
experience in merchandising, milling
and lumber business; capable of taking
charge. W. C. J., General Delivery, Ana
conda, Mont.
WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-TWO TEN HUNDRED-LB
horses. mated and broke, for delivery
wagon. Utah Market, 45 W. Park, Butte.
WANTED-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
by man and wife, centrally located;
"no shack.".251 E. Granite, Butte.
WANTED-5 FRESH MILCH COWS;
must be first-class; also a blacksmith
outfit suitable for ranch purposes. P. O.
Box o51. Butte.
FOR RENT-RiOOMS.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping. 531 Kemper ave.,
Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS, CENf-RALLY
located. 124 W. Park ave., Anaconda.
FOR RENT-2 OR 3 ROOMS NICELY
furnished for housekeeping; modern. 4)5
W. Mercury, Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN CON
veniences, and suite for light house
keeping. 223 N. Washington, Butte.
FOR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; heat, electric light and bath. 333
E. Broadway, Butte.
FOR RENT-LARGE FRONT ROOM,
furnished for housekeeping; clothes
closet, baths, all modern improvements;
also 3 unfurnished housekeeping rooms.
453 S. Ohio, Butte.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. No. 3 N. Montana, Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN CON
veniences. 322 W. Broadway, Butte.
FOR RENT-2 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping. 1,228 WV. Gran
ite, Butte. $15.
FURNISHED ROOMS. $2.50 PER WEEK
and up. St. Charles, 37 N. Main, Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS, MANTLE BLK.;
steam heat. 16 W. Broadway. Butte.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
FOR RENT-3-ROOM HOUSE: MOD
ern convieiences. 608 W. Park, Butte.
FOR RENT-A 5-ROOM HOUSE ON MA
pie at.; modern conveniences. Inquire at
624 Cherry st.. Anaconda.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 7
rooms; all modern conveniences. In
quire at Standard office, Butte.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
No. 307 E. Park ave., Anaconda. Apply
at 305.
I FOR RENT-A LODGING HOUSE. 2I
rooms; all furnished. Call or address
Brigman & Co., 16 West Broadway, Butte.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT IN BA
sin, $300 cash. Inquire G. P. Selpee,
Butte.
FOR SALE-CHEAP. CORNER LOT
and house in Anaconda. For particulars
inquire at Standard office, Anaconda.
SNAP NO. 1-LOT 36x100 on S. Wyoming
at., with 1-room house, rent $11.50; will
be sold for only $650; easy payments if
desired; lot alone worth the money. Cob
ban Loan & Realty Co., 33 W. Granite st.,
Butte.
WE HAVE A 10-ACRE TRACT OF
choice land close to the city, suitable
for platting into lots. A chance to dou
ble your money. Come quick if you want
it. A few extra good pieces of good bust
ness property at very low prices. Cobban
Loan & Realty Co., 33 W. Granite, Butte.
$1.600 BUYS 5-ROOM BRICK, SOUTH
side; $1,700 buys 2 lots and 2 houses,
East side. Yoder & Jackman, 39 E. Broad
way, Butte.
GOING TO ALASKA AND AM SELL.
ing two houses nearly new. cheap; one
contains 9 large rooms: rents for 140; the
other 4 large rooms; rents for $15; wood
sheds and outhouses complete; price
$2,200. 727 E. Summit. Butte.
FOR SALE-BITTER ROOT VALLEY
fruit and farm lands. Send for list and
information to George F. Brooks. Real
Estate. Missoula. Mont.
FOR MALE -MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-MONTANA LODGING
house. S. W. corner Main and Galena
ats.. Butte.
FOR SALE-6 BRAIIMA "HENS AND 1
cock: 10 Buffs and cock. 818 N. Main st..
Butte.
FOR BALE-COOtD BAKERY; GOOD
location; cheap. Address A. B. C.,
Standard. Butte.
FOR SAIE--HOARIIIN(- AND) LOI0
ing houose chelap. P3 E 'cnommercial ave.,
Anaconda.
FOR SAI.E-FI'RNITRE OF 4 ROOMS.
$100, and house for reltt. :21l S. Arizona.
Butte.
LOsT-aTRAYEDI-- sTOI.EN.
STRA Y ED- FI1tt.M c'ENTI:NNIAI.
brewery Jan. 19. onC pa'. of dark iron
gray mares. weighi:g I 4o) lbs. each,. in
good conlition. s:ho s of on front feet
acdi never-slips on behind; one mInre 5
years old. very dark gray. and th- other
a lighter gray S or l0 ytats old, brand on
teach. J \V ,; lelt hip.
 Yt wý1ýwý...rr . .
se searid ypoor life hfsls
trouble about buisine or
Swil mias the hbade eO a
Ui to bconsult lst. lWa
t her r t., Apdaomei
e ii, up stairs l k. eI nM
St, Pas r awe, Ansttei.
eZ go lot or house and lot for
p1t t. e Loan & Realty Co..
Rettp Co.. a W. Greatte, Butte.
EWIOHmK HOUBNs, Ma E. PARK;
ERurpean plan: meals, M: rooms 2o
and Sce. harles Helder. Prop., Butte.
State Board of Patdous.
Helena, Mont., Jan. I1, UIS
At a meeting of the state board f par
dons, held at its odlee on the above date,
the following business among other things.
was tranacted:
In the matter of the application for dLdn
inution of sentence by pardon, granted
by the governor, to one Charles Sulli
van upon the recommendation of the
board 'of prison commissioners. Case No.
Whereas, The governor of Montana has
this day officially notified this board that
he has granted diminution of sentence by
pardon recommended by the board of
prison commissioners to one Charles Sul
livan, a convict in the state prison, who
was convicted of the crime of grand lard
ceny, committed in the county of Deer
Lodge, state of Montana, on the 18th day
of May, and sentenced for a term of one
year in the state prison:
Therefore be it Ordered. That Thursday,
Feb. 24, 1898, be set apart for the consider
ation of said diminution of sentence by
pardon, so granted as aforesaid, and all
persons having an interest therein, de
siring to be heard either for or against
the granting of the diminution of sen
tence by pardon are hereby notified to
be present in the forenoon of wid day at
the office of the state board 'f pardons
at the capitol of said state.
Further Ordered, That a copy of this
order be printed and published in the An
aconda Standard, a daily newspaper pub
lished at Anaconda, county of Deer
Lodge, state of Montana, once each week
for two consecutive weeks, viz: Thurs
day. Feb. 10, and Thursday, Feb. 17, 1838.
Adopted,
T. W. POINDEXTER. Jr.,
Chairman.
M. A. McEVILY, Clerk.
Building Paper
Ready Roofing
. . Preservative Paint
These materials are carried is stock by
THE HARRIS & LANE CO.
103 E. Broadway, Butte, Murt
on stomach troubles
sent free to any per
son addressing t he
BOOKUART CO.,
Marahtall, Mich.,
manftacturers of
Stuart's D yapepai
Tablets. Everyform
of Stomach weakness
cured by this wonder
fil new discerery.
We will send you eeS ) daytrial
It casts you sietb to try it.
VonMohlOo. 870Badea sshtmas&.Asdmamsuo
Manhood
Restored
Prescription
BEFOREANoAFTER 1 959
will' quickly care you of all nervous diseases,
such as lost manhood, pains in the barck. sem
Inal emissions, nervous debility, unftness to
marry, exhausting drains, impotency and alt
its horrors. A written guarantee and money
refunded if six bottles does not effect a per
manent curo. $1.00 per box, six for p.00.
by mail, seemrely sealed. Manufaetured by
A. Aagendre, Paris. Address all mail to
D. M. NE WBRO DRUG CO., Sole Agents,
Batte. Mont.
If you are
going east
and want to know what the trip will
cost, when you will reach your desti
nation and why you should take the
Burlington Route to Omaha, Chicago,
Kansas City, St. Louis or ANY OTH
ER eastern or southern city. write to
PHIL DANIELS. Passenger Agent,
35 East Broadway, Butte, Mont.
lontana Central Railway
Palace Palace
Siepig DCaini
Family
Touris aa Cr
Throughl service between St. Paul, Min
neapols. ltlena. ~utta. Spoksne. sathle
and Portland. Connect:,ns at westtern ter
minals for Kooktnai C'o:untry. Oregon and
Calif+rnia points. Alaska, Japan and
c'h!na. 'onn ctions at Twlu C:tuis for all
points l:ast and o,.uh. Sir,:le and rourd
trip tik. to to .1ll! I.Jits olad baggage
cheek,d to d.-stlnail.t.
Leave s-AtlatXic Exprt es. daily. 4:33 p m
Leaet s--Let.i for Ii, : :a. dal:y. ::o0 a m
Arrives-Pacicl,' E:xprtss. d:diiy .. 1 p m
Arrives-Local fromtli elma. dlaity !:1, p m
City Ticket Otfic No. 41t Nrh Ma n.
St. B3Stte. J. LL. Cawse:., Gnral Agent.
It* 4 ooe , .... ** o
11a
NoStt ....... ........... W a i
.utt . ...... .. ... .......
No.utt ....... ........d... ila p i
Buttstte EInaw ........... ...,,.; a p m
Butte Wxplress ..... .............. s m "
TRAINS.i LEAVE ANACONDA.
BOarrison 1pre ................... 800 a m
Butt.e Expres ..................... a m
Butte Express .....................11.. a m
tButte Express ... d y, p In
Butte Express .................. A p yi
Butte Express ................... . p m
'Connects at 8tuprt for Garrison and
points east on the Northen Pacific; at
8Siver Bow with Union Pactfio Fast Mail.
iConnects at Garrison with Northern
Pacfice train for West.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BUTTE.
Anaconda Express .............. 10W a m
Anaconda Epress ..............*..210 p m
Union Pacific Fast Mail ......... 1:p min
Garrison Accommodation ........ 4:$ p m
Anaconda Express ................ 9:00 p m
Anaconda & Garrison Express..10;0 p m
TRAINS LEAVE BUTTE.
'Anaconda & Garrison Express.. 7:00 a m
Anaconda Express ...............10:30 a m
Anaconda Express .............. 1: p m
Union Pacific Fast Mail ......... 4:90 p m
"Garrison Accommodation ...... 5:06 p m
Anaconda Express ............... 5:06 p m
Anaconda Express ........ ....... :25 p m
'Connects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for the West.
"*Connects at Garrison with the North- /
ern Pacific train for the East.
St. Paul
ioýIFMi Mlnmnpolls
• " Duluth
TO Spokaane
0 ~acoma
Seattle
Pbrtland
Pullman sleeping cars, elegant uphol
stered tourist sleeping cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT BUTTE.
No. 11, from St. Paul, arrives at
N. P. depot daily at ........... 8:35 a m
M. U., No. 2, from Portland, ar
rives at H. U. depot daily......10:50 p m
TRAINS DEPART.
M. U.. No. I, for Portland, leaves
M. U. depot daily............... 7:00 a m
No. 12, for St. Paul, leaves N. P.
local depot daily ............... 9:35 p m
Mixed, to Whitehall, leaves N. P.
local depot daily at 7:00 a m.
On Thursdays this train will
run through to Pony and Norris.
Trains Nos. 11 and 12 have Standard
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from St.
Paul.
Through tickets to Japan and China via
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship
Company.
For information, time cards, maps and
tickets call on or write to
W. M. TUOHY, General Agent,
or CHARLES S. FEE, General Passenger
Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Short Line
Oregon Short Line Railroad, Inter
Mountain Route. Only direct line to Cal
ifornia, Utah and Colorado. Pullman
Sleepers and free comfortable reclining
Chair Cars.
TRAIN ARRIVES AT BUTTE.
No. 7 arrives at M. U. depot
daily ................ .............. 1:45 p m
TRAIN DEPARTS FROM BUTTE.
No. 8, from M. U. depot daily at 4:30 p m
Arrives at Salt Lake at............ 9:30 a m
San Francisco, 8:45 p. m. second day
out.
Portland, 7:45 a. m. second day out.
Denver, 9:25 p. 00. second day out.
Direct connections with Rio Grande
Western and Southern Pacific at Ogden;
Union Pacific at Granger; the O. R. & N.
Co. at Huntington.
City Ticket Office. No. 4 East Broad
way, Butte, Montana.
M. W. BACON,
General Agent.
D. E. BURLEY, General Passcager
Agent, Balt Lake.
SPOKANE FALLS & HORTHERN
NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD AND
RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE WITH.
OUT CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN
Spokale, Roslaud aid Nedssu
Also Between
Nelsos and R -oslaud
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave. • Arrive.
8:00 a m ........Spokane ... .....6:40 p m
12:00 a m.... ....Rossland.... .....2:50 p m
9:0 a m... ....Nelson.... .......65:3 pm
Close connections at Nelson with steam
ers for Kaslo and Kootenali Lake points.
Passengers for Kettle river and Boun
dary Creek connect at Marcus with stage
daily.
0. R. & N. CO.
MOST DIRECT LINE TO
THE COAST
Eastern Washington and all points in
Oregon and California.
VIA SPOKANE OR POCATELLO.
Oceen st-amers leale Portland every
tiv, days for San Fran isco and Southern
Californi. - "dnts.
St,-anmtrs monthly from Portland to
Yoknhana and lHon Kong via the North
,rn Paitic tt.Lnmship (Compantyt in con
nt.,tn wit]h . H. & N.
For full inform., tin antll rat.s apply to
CON ST. c'LARK. G;t, ral Agtnt. Butte,
Mont.. or address \V. H. HURLBURT,
t;, tIerail l'Pasng, r Agnl:. P,rtland. Ore.
A. L. MOHLEHR.
Presidnt and Manager.
Try a Stanlarl \'Want Adi

xml | txt