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Moana's Chrome Tanned Kid con
forms to the foot; is easy and durable;
pdeiahes like patent leather.
ATrue Saying
The Walks of Life
Will be rough and unpleasant to a man
who has the misfortune to be badly fit
ted with shoes. The Hatan Shoes tit
to begin with, and they are kiad to the
feet in every senbe. In appetrance also
they are perfection itself.
FOR SALE BY
M ISSOULA C.
El(CA lKILE V''
MISBOULA. MONT.
MISSOULA NOTES.
D. S. Dickson is in town from Quartz.
John Byrne of Butte is a guest at
the Florence.
William Q. Ranft has returned from
a trip to Anaconda.
Frank A. Burns of Ikelena is regis
tered at the Florence.
Hon. O. C. Cooper came down from
Hamilton this morning and spent the
day in the city.
Charles A. Peplow, superintendent of
the Bonner flour mills, came down the
canyon this morning.
Colonel Tom Cooney of the North
ern Pacific land department came in
from Helena this afternoon.
Rev. George Stewart will conduct
Episcopal services at Hamilton next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
A special venire for 12 trial jurors was
Issued to-night and the sheriff's omicers
are busy hunting for the men.
C. M. Winter, the railroad man, came
in on No. I this afternoon and is talk.
ing business with local shippers.
A. L. $#nk. W. O. FIsk and John
Olson constitute a Hamilton delegation
that is quartered at the Rankin.
The 3-year-old child of Mrs. Adallne
Haskins died this afternoon at the
home of .Mrs. Haskins' parents of dia
betes.
C. H. Skinner, the traveling sales
man of the Missoula Mercantile com
pany, has returned from one of his
regular trips through the outlying dis
tricts.
William M. O'Brien. the well known
"Billy" O'Brien of former days, is in
the city on a business visit. It is
"William" now, however, as Mrs.
O'Brien is with him.
The warm weather of to-day brought
in from the country one of the largest
crowds that the city has seen for sev
eral weeks. The streets have been
thronged all day and merchants have
done a good business.
The train service has improved con
siderably to-day. No. 1 was on time
and No. 2 was but a little behind. The
eastbound train made up a lot of lost
time on this division and had a good
run from Hope.
Under Sheriff Curran to-night, at the
arequest of the Deer Lodge county ofl.
ec r stopped a car load of dogs en
route from Anaconda to the coast and
anmde a search for a canine that is
misslng in Anaconda. None was found
that skewered the description and the
ear and its custodian were allowed to
prooese westward.
The rehearsals for the performance
of "Deaon and Pythias" under the dl
*stienon of Herr Bandmanan are held
daily and the amateurs are making
golaprogrees. At present there is a
muict of dates between John Maguire
and the K. of P. lodge. the latter hav
48ag engaged the opera house for Feb.
35 and Mr. Maguire having announced
to-day that he wants the house for a
performance of 1ils own. Each side is
standing pat and the fur may fly later.
Assays Be MNak Per Toe.
From the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"lome things are cheap enough in
Dawsen City. The carpet beatin' works
never charge nothing for renovating your
+parpets."
"How do they make it pay?"
"Thby just keep the duet"
$$.
in your pocket, if you buy
&S illiug's Best baking pow
der, and use only one heap
teaspoonful to a quart of
dour. 614
eUSINESS IS IMPROVINc
A eavy Paasemge Traffc on the
Northewa Pacific.
IT IS A RECORD BREAKER
Trains Are Heavily Laden Each Way.
A Large Amount of Business Over
the Cosur d'Alene Line-Better
Tard Fallitteu.
Alissoula, Feb. 11.-"The business of
the road is much better this month than
it has been in February in several
years," said a Northeryt Pacific official
this morning. The passenger business
Is certainly a record breaker. Ever
since the Christian Endeavor excur
sions of last summer, the road has had
all that It could do to handle the peo
ple who have been traveling eastward
and westward all the time. Each
month since last July the prediction has
been made that the end of the rush
would soon be seen but each month has
passed and the overland trains have all
been loaded to the platforms. The
Alaska excitement, of course, accounts
in a measure for the rush of travel, but
this cannot explain the heavily laden
eastbound trains. There is little differ
ence between the number of passen
gers traveling toward St. Paul and
those going West. The trains are all
full and the conductors kick because
they cannot get more coaches. The
freight business,while lighter than dur
ing the holiday season, Is still better
than it has been at this time of year
for several seasons. The increase in the
volume of the Oriental trade reported
by the merchants of the North Pacific
ports has been an important factor in
this increase and the shipments of sup
plies for the Alaska trade has added
more. With the heavy local business
that comes from the branches that cen
ter here, Missoula's yards have been
taxed to their utmost of late.
The Coeur d'Alene and the Bitter
Root branches have done a large busi
ness all winter, and the prospects are
that the amount of traffic over these
lines will steadily increase this year.
The Coeur d'Alene business has never
been as great as it is at present, and
it has reached the limit of the one train
that now runs on this branch each day.
If there is any further increase, there
will have to be additional facilities pro
vided. Nearly every day the train from
Wallace is obliged to set out cars along
the line that it is unable to bring
through on account of the heavy road.
It takes two or three "doubles" to get
the trains over the Lookout divide, and
the train men on this run have to keep
on the jump to get through. To their
credit, however, be it said, that the
trains reach Missoula nearly on time
nowadays, and the passengers get a
sample of good running from iron
Mountain to DeSmet these times. Busi
ness on the Bitter Root branch this
week has been light on account of the
inability of the transportation depart
ment to secure sufficient flat cars to
take care of the business. To-day, how
ever, 30 cars were sent tip to Hamilton
for lumber, and it is thought that there
will be enough from now on to keep
the business of the branch up to its
normal figure.
As the volume of business that cen
ters here increases, it hecomes more and
more apparent that the company will
be compelled to provide better yard fa
cilities at Missoula. As is generally
known, there are plans ready for the
rearrangement of the yards herewhich,
if carried out, will give the city ample
room for the business that is handled
here. This work would have been done
two years ago had it not been for the
unfortunate destruction of the new de
pot by fire. The yards were to have
been ready by the time the depot was
finished, but when the uncompleted
structure was burned, all waok was
stopped and the yard crews have since
been chasing up and down the poorly
arranged side tracks that reach all the
way from the round house to the stock
yards, and have made the best of a
poor thing. There is certainly enough
business here to warrant the improve
ment of the yards.
It is but natural that the Standard's
announcement of the purchase of the
Montana Union by the Northern Pa
cific should have occasioned much fa
vorable comment in this part of the
state, but the discussion of the matter
has been more enthusiastic than would
have been expected. The operation of
this connecting link by the Northern
Pacific will give Western Montana
what it has wanted for may years, a
direct connection with Butte and Ana
conda, the cities that are so closely al
lied to the Missoula and Bitter Root
valleys commercially. It will avoid all
of the annoying and vexatious delays
that have been experienced at Garrison,
and will make the shipment of the
produce of the gardens and orchards of
this section much more satisfactory
than it has ever been before. The peo.
ple of Western Montana are looking
forward with pleasure to the time when
the Northern Pacific trains will run di.
rectly to Butte and Anaconda from
here. The new order of things will no
doubt increase the amount of business
that is done between these two set
tions of Montana. People will be
anxious to travel back and forth now
that the bugbear of the wait at Garri
son is removed. They can come down
from the busy cities up the river in a
short time and will feel much more
neighborly than it has been possible to
feel heretofore.
The new time card that will be in
effect on the Northern Pacific next
week, treats Missoula very kindly. The
Eastern mail and express will reach
here early in the morning and the re
turn mail will not leave till late in the
afternoon. Both the eastbound and
westbound trains are through by day
light here and there Is plenty of time
between them for the accommodation
of those who do business with the
trains. The Coeur d'Alene people, too,
will be benefited by the change. They
will get their Eastern business a day
earlier than they have been doing. The
Standard will now reach the Coeur
d'Alene cities on the afternoon of the
day that it is printed. Here in Mis
soula the subscribers of the Standard
will have their paper for breakfast.
The Bitter Root train service will not
be changed at present. It is expected
that, as soon as the milling season
opens, the old double service on this
branch wilt be restored. When this is
done. the southbound passenger train
will connect here with No. I from tae
East.
The bridge department has nearly
completed the new steel bridge across
the Blackfoot below Bonner. Trains are
now running over the steel bridge and
the false work is being taken down.
This bridge is one of the best on the
division and is a big impioveme'nt over
the old wooden structure.
At the Hotels.
The Florence-John 13yrne. lHutte.
James P. Best. Portland: It. F. (:nscy.
Minnealolis: W. H. ('oats. D.'trmit a'.
U. 5kuiuntr, T. I. Junkizu, T. U. Huth- i
eway, Missoula; H. G. Duerfeldt, Hel
ena: R. H. Shadrick, Chicago; 0. C.
Cooper, Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
O'Brien, Chicago; Harry H. Smith,
San Franciseo; 8. Myers, Boston: A.
R. Kats, New York; A. Dippel, Port
land; S. J. Seal. Chicago; L. Quinlan,
St. Paul; M. M. Wheeler, C. M. Win
ter, Helena; H. D. Shackleford, Cin
cinnati: George M. Hays, E. C. Day,
Edward D. Neill, Helena; Dr. H. H.
Campbell, Alex Livingston, Livingston;
Tom Cooney, N. P. land department.
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Patrounge Has Materially Inereased is
tihe New Qearters.
Missoula, Feb. 11.-Since the public
library moved into its new rooms in
the Allen block the patronage has ma
terially increased and the number of
books in circulation is larger than It
has been since the library was opened.
All of the patrons of the library are
pleased with the change in location
and none but words of praise are heard
concerning the new rooms and their
arrangement. The reading room is now
pleasant and commodious and there is
plenty of room for all who wish to
take advantage of the opportunities
afforded by the library. The new
books, which were lIsted in the Stand
ard last month, are now in circulation
and the librarian announces the fol
lowing supplementary list as now
ready for issue on membership cards:
Bangs, J. K.-The Pursuit of the House
Boat.
Harrison, S. B.-Masanlello.
James. Henry-The Spoils of Poynton.
Keightley, S. R.-Last Recruit of
Clares.
May, Sophia-Story Book, Captain
Horace. Cousin Grace. Mister Susan,
Dotty Dimple, Little Prudy.
Merriman, Henry Sexton-The Sowers.
Mitchell. S. Weir-Hugh Wynne.
McCarthy, Justin-History of Our Own
Times From 1880 to the Queen's Jubi
lee.
Parkman, Francis-The ('onspiracy of
Pontiac.
Parker. Gilbert-The Pomp of the La'
ilettes.
Peattie, Elia-A Mountain Woman.
Pemberton, Max-A Gentleman's Gen
tleman.
Ranke, Leopold-Lives of the Popes.
Rives, Amelie-A Damsel Errant.
Schriener, Olive-Trooper Peter Hal
kett.
Seawell, Mollie Elliott-Sprightly Ho
mance of Marsac. Twelve Naval Cap
tains. History of the Lady Betty
Stairs.
Scribner's-History of the IUnited
States.
Wilkins, Mary E.-Jeromne, a Poor
Man.
IT GOES OVER.
Lowest Itidder Fails to Get the Contract
for the Univeraity Buildings.
Missoula, Feb. 11.-The university
building commission met again this aft
ernoon to consider further bids for the
construction of the two university
buildings that are to be erected this
year. The bids that were considered
were the ones that were published in the
8tandaid to-day. After the board had
convened this afternoon. a motion was
made that the bid of Charles Suiter,
which was the lowest, be accepted, and
that he be awarded the contract. This
motion was voted down, the vote stand
ing two ayes and three nays. The board
then adjourned till Monday afternoon,
when the matter will be taken up again.
The bids and the bidders have been
I the theme of considerable discussion
here to-day, and the general opinion Is
against the awarding of the contract
to the lowest bidder, the reason given
being that the work cannot be satisfac
torily performed for the sum named in
the bid of Mr. buiter, which is consider
ably lower than that of any other bid
der. It is the fear that the work will
not he properly done and that the con
struction of the university buildings may
be delayed that has formed this opin
Ion in the minds of many who are in a
position to judge of the cost of erect
ing the buildings.
The people of Missoula do not desire
to have the university buildings tied up
in any way and It is hoped that the
work will be thoroughly and properly
performed. The friends of Mr. Ruiter
urge that he will give sufficient bonds
for the construction of the buildings it
a satisfactory manner and that he will
be responsible if he does not do so,
through his bondsmen. They urge that
the university commission is thoroughly
piotected and that there is no reason
why he should not receive the contract.
The facts that govern the action of the
totitinissioners this afternoon may or
may not have been along these lines.
Anyway, they decided to think further
upon the matter before they take final
action in the matter.
VISITING KNIGHTS.
Asu l.xesuplilicatinn of Ldge Work and
n Itauaquet.
Missoula, Feb. 11.-The new Saint
Omer commandery of Knights
Templars of this city is to
night witnessing an exemplification of
the lodge work of the order by visiting
members from Helena and Livingston.
The visitors are: E. C. Day, P. C., St.
Bernard commandery No. i, deputy
grand commander of the state: 1r. W.
H. Campbell, E. C., St. Bernard com
mandery No. 6; George M. Hayes, P.
C.. Aldemar commandery No. i. grand
generalissimo of the state; Edward 1).
Neill. P. C., Helena commandery No. 2,
past grand commander and grand re
corder of the state; M. M. Wheeler,
Greenland commandery No. 40, Illinois;
C. M. Winter. Ashland commandery
No. 22, Wisconsin: George W. Jackson,
Helena comnmandery No. 2; H. D.
Shackelford, Demolay commandery No.
12, Kentucky; Alex 1 ivingston, St. Her
nard Commandery No. 6. Livingston.
The visitors arrived on No. I to-day
and were met at the station by a dele
gation from Saint Omer commandery,
accompanied by the Twenty-fifth In
fantry band. As the train pulled into
the station the visitors were serenaded
and this evening at dinner the band
orchestra gave a delightful concert at
the Florence hotel.
After dinner to-night the lodge work
was resumed and at its conclusion there
will be a banquet at the Florence hotel
in honor of the visitors. The occasion
has been a pleasant one and the new
commandery is now fairly started upon
its work.
ADVICES FROM DAWSON.
More Mosney Spent t'stjriting Than
Will twame out of the Minee.
Missoula. Feb. 11.-F. N. Latulipitpe
has received a letter front a friend who
spent the winter at tiawi.sn City. The
letter is dated Dec. 12 and came
through in good time. After writing
of personal matters. Mr. Turgeon, the
writer, says:
"I have heard rumnwr .f great ex
citement down east of the mines that
have been found here. There are somei
Aery good ones. but there are a good I
many that are worthless. There is go
ing to Is' much tire, money slent
prospecting for gold than will come out
of the mines. It is alnmost impossible
to work the mines here that are not
very rich. Everything indicates very
high prices. We can ntever ask enough
for our gruh. The pr Vie. mns are very
hig, everythinb eutiiut for tromu $1 to 1
A iear filExurm
A STEASTER MUST HIS
Edwin R. Tripp, of l Center. Meets with
a Hazardous Which Renders
Pelm Otsge RBaUOweeu, Oneprrsuu, Jr. .
Mr. Edwin B. Tripp, the postmaster at esix boxes for $2.50 at darugs's ad
Middleield Center, t. Y., reeatly had a sent for two boxes. I used pIl 3thZ.
d roa experience which left him in a' fully and they gave me an appet I then
h ms state. His stem was so mach seat for four more boxes, and before I had
shattered that it was feared be might never takes all of them my feet and legs which
recover, had bees coild began to t warm.
In an interview with a reporter of the "I was a member oe the Town Board that
R n.Wa, regarding this experience which summer sand had to be carried and put into a
had attracted considerable attention, Mr. wagon to goto the meetings, and in fact was
Tripp stated: heples, as my neighbor know. In August
"In March, 1892, I was taken with what II conld walk around the house by pushing a
afterward learned was locomotor staxis, and chair. I kept getting better and managed
was unable to walk, and I .kept getting to move around more, antil at election time
worse until I lost the use of may arms. I that year I walked with a cane to the polls,
doctored with two skillful doetors but re. a short distance from my home. I continued
eelved no benefit, and also used a galvsale to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pill. for Pale
battery bat kept getting worse and the dos. People until I had taken eighteen boxes. I
tors told me the could do no more. This could then get around, and to-day walk to
was in May and June, 1892. I gave up all the post office and back, a distance of one
hope of ever having the use of my limbs quarter of a mile, three times a day, and
again, and did not expect to live very long. attend to my duties as postmaster.
I was unable to dress or undress myself and "In the spring of 1893 1 was elected town
could not get around the house unlessf was clerk, which office I held for three years, I
moved in a chair. had reviously been a justice of the peace
"I think it was in June that I read of the for thirty-two years. I am now 70 years of
ease of a man in Saratoga Co., N. Y., who age, and have lived in this town for about
was taken very much as myself. He had forty-six years. For nearly fifty years I
taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale worked at the blacksmith's trade. I am
People which contained, in a condensed form, I able to do work in my garden now, and saw
all the elements necessary to give new life some of my wood. I consider that my res.
and richness to the blood and restore shat. torntion to health is due to the use of Dr.
Itered nerves, and had been cured by their Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
use. EEowis P.. TtrrPP."
" 1 learned that the pills were prepared by Subscribed and sworn to before me this
the Dr. Williams' Mediocine Company, Sche. 28d day of.June, 1897.
nectady, N. Y., and only cost 50 cents a box Housa HAxAAH, Notary PubNli.
$1.50 per pound. One pair of mittens
sells for $12 and a pair of moccasins
for $8. Whiskey sells for from $40 to
$50 a gallon. People are all crazy,
especially the newcomers. The can
dies sell for $75 per box of 20 pounds;
kerosene oil, $35 a gallon; a cap that
would cost you about $5, costs here $25.
A man must be a millionaire to live
up here. There is not enough pro
visions for half the men here. The
flour is scarce and a 50-pound sack
sells for $75. I have three sacks for
this winter. Apart from the flour I
have enough to carry me through till
spring."
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
A Protracted Night Session in the Case of
Vesey V.. Drinkaine.
Missoula, Feb. 11.-The case of Vesey
vs. Drinkwine occupied the attention of
the district court all day to-day, and
a protracted night session was held.
The evidence of the defense was con
tined at the morning session and the
e-xamination and cross-examination of
the witnesses were closely contested by
the attorneys. It was late this afternoon
when the last witness stepped from the
stand and court adjourned till 7 o'clock.
At that hour the arguments were begun
and at the hour these dispatches are
sent the attorneys are still talking. The
case will be given to the jury before
court adjourns to-night.
To-morrow the trial of the members
of the Wilson gang will be begun. These
ought to be disposed of in one day, and
if they are the jury will be finally dis
charged to-morrow night. Roussey and
Parks, the two members of the gang
who entered pleas of not guilty, will
have separate trials, and this may pro
long the trials beyond to-morrow night.
He Had a job.
From the W'ashington Star.
"You seem rather melancholy." r'
marked the friend.
"No," replied the gentleman. who has
never before been a member of congress,
"1 am not melancholy, merely pensive. I
have just awakened to a full sense of my
r,'sponsibliity. It is the duty of this gov
-"rnmnt, by its example, to reform the
governments of the world. It is the duty
of congress to reform this government
and it's my duty to reform congress, so
you can't blame me for not being my
old-time light-hearted and flippant self.'
Western
Montana National Bank
OF MISSOtJLA. MONT.
Fred Kennett..................President
T. H. T. Ryan............Vice President
G. A. Wolt.......................Cashier
Capital...........$75,000
Surplus and Profits 15,000
'TODDARD & ROS0
M ItSO LA, MOWTANA.
Real Estate--City and Country.
FOR SALE-TEN ACRES, 6800: 40 ACRES,
$1,330. near Missoula; 160 aeres in hitter
Root. $3,000: 100 aerea. 20 miles from Missoula,
$3.000: 400 metes. six miles from Missoula. a
Verfcet home, well equipped for spring work.
Write to us for deseriptions of above and other
property
CHARLES EMSLEY,
Scientific and
Decorative
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Misowia. Mont.
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STVAT VARTCO..
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man.factrers o
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Tablets. Erery form
of Siomaeh weckne..
:,red by thts n.nder
f u new dicere.
Another Good Man Gone Wrong.
Got the Klondike fever: has his dogs
trained and is ready to start any mo
ment. His birthright goes for a mess of
pottage: his ranch (a small one). of three
lots, with good warm house, stable, a No.
I chicken house, warmest hog breeding
pens in Montana, good title, close to
town; price. $200. Will also sell 7 or 8 good
brood sows with a number of shoats and
some fat hogs and about 50 fine breed of
chickens. Don't talk to me about the
glory of farm life if you don't say this
proposition Is good.
I will sell the furniture in an 11-room
house, well out East, for $175.
OIVEN AWAY.
Some folks give away pianos. I will
sell you a first-class upright piano for
3500, and I will give you all tWe furniture
in a 7-room house, 3 full oak bedroom
suites, I folding bed, with French plate
glass 2x4 feet, :I hair mattresses, carpets,
bedding, and. In fact, all the furniture in
the house, and it is all up to date.
I am a little out from the business cen
ter, but I keep a horse and buggy to ac
commodate my customers. Packing and
storing of furniture $ specialty.
FOR RENT.
11-room furnished house on Jefferson
at., $40.
18-room hotel. Arizona at., furnished
complete, $100.
W. 8. LADDO 423 Colorado Street, Butte.
WANT ADVS.
Advertisements under this head f cents
a word for the first insertion and 1 cent a
word for each subsequent insertion. No
advts. taken for less than 25 cents.
Classified advs. per line per month... .1.25
(Count 4 words to the line.)
WANTED-HELP.
PEOPLE'S EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
phone 205. Wanted, girl for dining and
chamber work for hotel in country.
Wanted, a few family cooks. People's of
flee. in Owaley block, Butte.
WANTED-WOMAN FOR HOUSE
work. 213 Maple at., Anaconda.
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS BUSHEL
man; must be experienced: union
wages. Answer Anaconda Standard.
(reat Falls.
WANTED - SAND ROLLER FIRE
brick molder; must be experienced. In
quire at office Great Falls Fire Brick Co.,
Great Falls.
WANTED-AGENTY.
WANTED-ENERGETIC WOMAN TO
travel on salary to get agents for su
perior line of goods. Corset & Skirt
Works. Ann Arbor, Mich.
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.
FOR RENT-ROOMS.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS.
electric lights and bath. 249 and 251 E.
Granite, Butte.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 67 E.
Park, Butte.
IF YOU WANT A FURNISHED ROOM
go to the Mantle block. 16 W. Broadway,
near opera house. Butte.
FOR RENT - FINE FURNISHED
rooms in G. & G. block. corner Main
and W. Mercury at., Butte.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping. 531 Kemper ave.,
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. 352
E. Broadway. Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS, x7.50 PER WEEK
and up. St. Charles. $7 N. Main. Butte.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
FOR RENT--CHEAP. 3-ROOM HOUSE.
near brickyard. Inquire :12 Spruce at..
Anaconda.
FOR RENT-A 5-ROOM HOUSE ON MA
pie st.; modern conveniences. Inquire at
6!4 Cherry st.. Anaconda.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE, 7
rooms; all modern conveniences. In
quire at Standard oflfce. Butte
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT-MARCH 1. STORE ROOM,
No. 307 E. Park ave., Anaconda. Apply
at 3 1.&
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT IN BA
sin. Ohl cash Inqurr G. P. Sclpee.
Butte.
as~ fwIe . sst o~f :~
citf Iemwe" us *lv, ; po . no a s
[email protected]'* e ebiw hte, {. $ te; rests
s, Tdoer * 5aeassi. 10 5. Breadwhyr
VQR SAL5-t7BAPZ CoRERD. LoT
stad bhone I Ansopuda. Por pwrtleuers
inquire at Standaed ooe. Anaconda.
SNAP MO4 1--07 3a3is on 3. l
st.. with -iwioer hose, rest $ti10P;
be sold for otly $N; . easy paymeents if
desired; Ipt steae worthtbhe money. Cob.
ban Loan A Realty Co., i1 W. Granite at.,
Butte.
WE HAVE A I0-ACRE TRACT OP
choice land close to the city, suitable
for platting into lots. A chance to a.ou
ble your money. Come quclk if you want
it. A few extra good pieces of good busi
ness property at very low prices. Cobban
Loan & Realty Co., 33 W. Granite. Butt?.
GOING TO ALASKA AND AM SELL
Ing two houses nearly new, cheap: one
contains 9 large rooms; rents for $40; the
other 4 large rooms: rents for 111; wood
sheds and outhouses complete; price
$1,200. 72r 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 SALE -MISCELLAWNOUS.
FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND STORE
. cheap. Call or address Brigman A Co.,
16 W. Broadway, Butte.
FOR SALE--MONTANA LODGING
house. S. W. corner Main and Galena
sts., Butte.
FOR SALE-6 BRAHMA HENS AND 1
cock: 10 Buffs and cock. 818 N. Main st.,
Butte.
FOR SALE-GOOD BAKERY; GOOD
location; cheap. Address A. B. C.,
Standard. Butte.
LOST-STRAYED--STOLEN.
LOST-LADY'S GOL WATCH WITH
fob chain. Liberal reward if returned
to 117 W. Woolman, Butte.
LOST-A LADY'S SILVER OPEN-FACE
watch. Finder return to 22 N. Atlantic,
Butte, and receive reward.
S TRAYED - FROM CENTENNIAL
brewery Jan. 29, one pair of dark iron
gray mares, weighing 1,400 lbs. each, in
good condition, shoes off on front feet
and never-slips on behind; one mare b
years old, very dark gray, and the other
a lighter gray 9 or 10 years old; brand on
each, J W on left hip. "
PERSONAL.
MADAME AMAE, SPIRITUAL AND
trance medium, can read your life from
the cradle to the grave with absolute cor
rectness; tells you everything you wish
to know; all in trouble about business or
domestic affairs will miss the chance of a
lifetime if they fall to consult her. She
is now located at 211 Cherry at., Anaconda.
CONSULT MRS. MIER. FORTUNE
teller. Room 11, up stairs, St. Jean
building, 212 W. Park ave.. Anaconda.
CONSULT THE GREAT FRENCH
clairvoyant before going elsewhere.
Rooms 4 and 6, 14 W. Park. Butte.
MISCELLANEOU4.
JUST OPENED, DINING PARLOR, AT
106 N. Wyoming: home cooking; all par
ties buying before March 1 will get our
$0 tickets for $5, or 21 meals for S5.
PLASTERERS, ATTENTION! WE WILL
exchange good lot or house and lot for
plastering. Cobban Loan & Realty Co.,
33 W. Granite at.. Butte.
IF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN SEE
our list of applications. Cobban Loan &
Realty Co., 33 W. Granite. Butte.
KLONDIKE HOUSE. 310 E. PARK;
European plan: meals, 25c: rooms 250
and 50c. Charles Heckler. Prop., Butte.
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,
311 East Broadway, Butte, Mont.
Iontara Central Railway
Palace 1 Palace
Sin g iInng
Fuil Meals
Ciss ala CarIs
Through service between St. Paul, Mmn
meapolis, Helena. Butte. Spokane. Seattle
and Portland. Connections at western ter
minals for Kootenal Country, Oregon and
California points, Alaska. Japan and
China. Connections at Twis Cities for all
points East and South. Single and round
trip tickets to all points and baggage
checked to destination.
Leaves-Atlantic Express, daily. 4:90 p m
Leaves-Local for Helena, daily. 9:40 a m
Arrives-Pacific Express, daily .. 1:15 p m
Arrives-Local fromHeleaa, daily 9:45 p m
City Ticket Oce. No. 41 North Main.
St. Butte. J. E. Dawson. General Agent.
1a48 as saeerriieea
Motas tdiee argesft~smib.
Manhood
Restored
Prescription
BEFORE noAF~ TR I95
will quickly care ron of all aervous disea.es,
such as lost manhood, pail.. in the bhck, ton
inat emissions. na rves debilty. Intnessa tn
maret, exhausting drains. impotency and all
its horrors. A written guarantee an I money
refundel if six bottles doe not effect a pen.
manmrt cure. $1.00 per box, six for $5 00.
br iail, ncrnrey sealed Manida-turA by
A Aup udre. l aris 'ddre :.iU mail to
to, M. ?t WBRU bRLti l.'0 F.ole Agrats,
Patio. Uoes,
ARRIV IN1
and e, ...tseaefll
MoGra Jails.
and .al p*t4 I sMf
No. 4, Copper City irum . S:p pa
ARRIVE IN ANUTT
INo. 1, Asaceada dan a...... a a
No.5 .AdaOtte Saesdal... 40p in
No. '1, Amm~epda do..** a m
No. 4 Copper City l daily.. 9:0 pm
No. 5, Anao Ina Expros daily. So!p
ARRIVE IN DU'P'E
No. , Butte Express, daily...... 0:6 a
No. 4. Bptte Express, daily...... 4:6 p m
No. 6, Copper City Flyer, daily.. 9:1 p m
MONTANA UNIOI.'
TRAINS ARRIVE IN ANACONDA.
Butte Express ss71 £ ............... 8 m
Butte Express ....... .......11.:0 a m
Butte Express .................... 21 p m
Butte Express .......... ..... :0 p m
Butte Express ......... ...... 1:* p m
TRAINS LEAVE ANACONDA.
"Garrison Express .............: o a m
Butte 'Expre~ss................. 9:0 a m
Butte Express ..... ....... 1:!19ami
*Butte Express .............61 p mn
Butte Express....... .....51 p m
*Connect" at Stua4for Garrison andI
points east on the Northern Pacific; at
Sliver Bow with Union Pacific Fast Mall.
**Connects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for West.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BUTTE.
Anaconda Express ........ ...... 10:06 a m
Anaconda Express .............12:55 p im
Union Pacific Fast Mail .......... 1:45 p m
Garrison Accommodation ........ 4:20 p m
Anaconda Express ............. 9:00 p m
Anaconda & Garrison Express..10:50 p m
TRAINS LEAVE BUTTE.
*Anaconda & Garrison Express.. 7:00 a m
Anaconda Express ........ ........10:30 a m
Anaconda Express .............. 1:25 p m
Union Pacific Fast Mail ....... 4:20 p m
**Garrison Accommodation ...... 5:06 p m
Anaconda Express .............. 5:06 p m
Anaconda Express .... ....9:25 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
Minneapolis
TO Duluth
Spokane
4 ý4acosna
Seattle
Portland
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 M. U. depot daily......10:50 p in
TRAINS DEPART.
M. U., No. 1, 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 ,t 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 reclinang
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 4:80 p m
Arrives at Salt Lake at............ 9:20 a m
San Francisco, 8:45 p. m. second day
out.
Portland. 7:45 a. m. seccnd day out.
Denver, 9:25 p. m. 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 Passcuger
Agent, Salt Lake.
SPOKANE FALLS & NORTHERN
NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD AND
RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE WITH.
OUT CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN
Spokaae, Rosslasd aid Ndses
Also Between
Nds.. aid Roseland
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave' Arrive.
8:00 am .... ....Spokane .... ....6:40 pm
12:00 a m.... ....Rossland.... .....2:50 pm
9:20 a m.... ....Nelson.... .......5:35 pm
Close connections at Nelson with steam
ers for Kaslo and Kootenal Lake points.
Passengers for Kettle river and Boun
dary Creek connect at Marcus with stage
daily.
O. R. & N. CO.
MOST DIRECT LINE TO
THE COAST
Eastern Washington and all points in
Oregon and California.
VIA SPOKANE OR POCATELLO.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
fire days for San Francisco and Southern
California points.
Steamers monthly from Portland to
Yokohama and Hong Kong via the North.
ern Pacific Steamship Company in con,
nection with O. R. & N.
For full information and rates apply to
CON ST. CLAIR. General Agent. Butte.
Mont.. or address W. ii. HURLB'URT.
General Passenger Agent. Portland. Ore.
A. I.. MOHLER.
President and Manager.
Try a Standard Want Adv.

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