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Mesesat a d Fw New hsk mia Geh lg Up. ARE SUBSTANTIAL PILES Ues~e - Kft eu . Gathoeat Cturc Nearly Coempleted. The past year has seen many im pSvements in Anaconda There have been a number of handsome and even angnificent buildings erected in the efty in recent months, and there are at paogent under course of construction amate of the grandest buildings that eam be boasted of by any city in these parts. The buildings that have risen Upon the streets of Anaconda during the past year-auch great piles as the Prt ree IUbrary building, the Durs building and others-will be fully by those now in the hands of ciratractors. First of all, there is the Lincoln asbeel bulding. That structure will be the handsomest ward school in these Arts, and it is built in a manner so agagreattal that years of wind and wiather will not affect it. The Lin eala school building was begun last The contract calls for its com to a month's time from the pres eat date, and the contractors promise to have the structure completed by the AM of August, or the 11th at the brthest. The building is a typical sehool building, well proportioned, well Mgted, well ventilated, and forms al Wegether an imposing structure, situ ated as it is on a slight eminence over IM*t the city. The briefest survey at the sew school building will convince ume that it is built to stay, and that e erythiag about it has been looked aber in a workmanlike manner. When fR is eaggpleted the people of Anaconda smay even give thanks that the old Lin eela school fell a victim to the flames. for the new structure that replaces it will be a source of pride to all of them. The LUncoln school will cost about 143. US, including everything. It will con tain 12 commodious class rooms, each ea able of accommodating in the neigh hebaood of 0 pupils. In addition to these IS rooms there are three rooms in the basement which are well lighted sad In every way adapted to school purposes. The board will fit these three rooms for class rooms if it becomes evi duet that the enrollment this fall re muires it. The MacCllum & Cloutier block is in sated at the corner of Park avenue and (astanut streets, directly opposite the building now occupied by the firm. It It a two-story brick building, whose oetlitns are splendid specimens of the architact's art. The building covers a space of ground 140x50 feet and faces on Park avenue, but also furnishes a hand some aderftbaet to Chestnut street. The building is so far progressed that the bricklayers have removed their ap paratus and it will now be given into the hands of the carpenters, roofers and finishers. Two weeks will sufmce to eomplete the building. It will be occu pied, both first and second floors, by the firm which is constructing it. The building will cost about $30,000. At. Peter's Catholic church, at the corner of Alder and Fourth streets, is also nearing completion, and three weeks more wil see the dedication cere meay in this edifice. The building is Seested at the southeast corner of Al der and Fourth streets and faces west ward. It occupies a ground space of %x27T feet. It is built of brick. I thimmed with stone, and will afford a seating capacity of fully 310 persons. s church, while open to all, as every c church is, is to be more espe daily devoted to the uses of the Aus- I tie-American population. The comple- I ties of the new church will greatly re- I Dove the crowded condition of St. Paul's t Catholic church, where many are un- I able to fiad accommodation. The first east of the building will be about $10.- a M. exclusive of the fittings, fixtures and furniture, and other extras, which t will bring the cost up to a much larger c total. The Flood building at the southeast a corner of Park avenue and Oak street, r will be one of the most imposing struc- t tares in the city. As yet It has not a Progressed beyond the foundation, but , ECZEMA WORST KIND Faee mad Neok One rUemmation. Net Able to See. Usname to Sleep hbe Weeks f em Friends Did Not Recognize Me Fee. So Swollen and Hideous. Three Doetors Could Not Relieve. AMm 2 WEEKS BY CUTICURA I have sanered with a cans of Ecurna of Ne weret kad. my Sace and mnek down to my abseldass were one infammation, was not a"e to an out of my eyes for quite a while, aadm naable to seeep for weeks, on account af the severe pala, which nearly drove me in eans. My becs and neck were swollen and made me look hideous. I hardly reeogiasedl mymetf in a mirror, sod my friends would net have keown me. only on account of my tlashes and earrying myself. This.dactees., t good practice, at different times were attending me, and not one of thse osete reieve me of my pain, swelling, ai Metabase. I gove all up. A friend advised me to try CwrnxiaA Rsamzzlm. I did, and See was immeiisteig s great change, my e Mmeala and seek t mnf to their natural eeer. hamed theeheiesse of CctcaA Its eest. feor tome CereIOua (elatment) the0e0ahast Ccraswas son, and my friends amant0 e deeteesareserprisd, and nsked 1Wh eared you?' and I tU them quickly Mfowua Raesamm J. V KAFKA, Uin4.i M. dflebrs Bt., Brooklyn, . Y. CIUME WOIKS WONDERS Susan Newsom hawsesn M Brat w omessa p a t ra m muses ,s a, as Was - m esha eteeaac Ss ____ e seto. n... , wham eealplei it will be three stories be height; will cover a ground area otf IAMN feet and will cost $5,0. or s somewhere in that neighborhood. The balding is betag erected by Charles Flood of Carrol. It will be of brick rnmamemtted with stoae trimmings. It baoes on Park avenue, where it has a k-foot frontage. The ground floor will be occupied by stores; the second floor by office rooms and the third story will be let for rooming apartments. Eugene McCarthy has about com pleted a two-story brick building on Commercial avenue Just east of the city hall, which occupies a space of lltM I feet. The cost will be about 55.000. It will be used as a restaurant and room ing house. Directly opposite from McCarthy's building I. another two-story brick. re cently completed. It is the property of Harry Morse. and occupies about the same ground area as that of McCarthy. In addition to these the excavation for the new county court house and jail has nearly becn completed. It is expected that work on the foundation of the new court house will begin about next Tuesday and work will be rushed. The new court house is to be completed by Nov. 1. 189. and the contractors say that they will hai-. the magnificent structure adorning the head of Main street long before that time. The con tract price of the'new court house is in the neighborhood of $97,000. Work on the excavation for the basement has been somewhat delayed by the heavy rain and hail storm of last week, which flooded the excavation and did consid erable damage. The water has now nearly disappeared, however, and work will be resumed at once. In addition to the buildings above mentioned, a number of residences are also under way, although activity In this line is reported to be less brisk than last year. Many handsome resi dences are going up, however, ranging in price from $500 to $2.500 each. On the whole the building operations in the city this year are being prosecuted on p a gratifying scale, and by the time snow begins to fly in the fall many va cant lots will be occupied by creditable structures. When in Butte lunch at Sherman's. THE CHILDREN'S CARNIVAL. Tuesday Night's Interesting Entertain meat at the Margaret. Tuesday night at the Margaret will be given the children's carnival. The programme is composed of interestin. numbers by children. assisted by art ists of renown of more years. The en tertainment is made up of solo, duet. quartette and chorus singing: dancing, exhibitions of work in calisthenics., physical culture and delsarte mov.' ments. There will be tableaux. which I have been arranged with painstaking care. Among the children are little Alth'a Le Ford. at present visiting with Mrq. C. F. Arnold of this city, who will ap pear in a hornpipe. in the execution of which she is said to stand without a rival. Margaret Kelly is another dan cer of exceptional merit. Edith C'i lins. May and June Twihy. May Col lins and Master (eorge Linsley are to take part in a pantomime carnival dance. "The Crowning of the Queen," a beautiful dance. will he part 'ipati in by Ruth King. Anne Linsley. Mary Leiser. Inex Hendricks. Stella ltartel+. Frances Hendricks. Itesale Dunn. Easi' 8chroeder, t'aroline Bartels. Myrtle Wear. A grand ttt.asu effect, the Ring Drill." will be presented. In whi h Caro tatlin will pose as the central figur', and will be assisted by Inez Hendrick', Myrtle Wear. Elsie Schroeder. Mar Leiser, Anne Linsley. tiessi. Dunn. Frances Hendricks and Ruth King. During the programme Prof. tGery.' Abram Smith, the renowned basso, and J. P. Lawless, tenor, will render a beautiful duct. I Live and LIveTTee.. The famous child violinist. Lydia. w!ll render a violin solo from the opera II Trovatore. A Polo by Professor Stnith. "Come to My Heart. My Love." forms an interesting number of the second part. The wand march and silent drill, led by Ralph Lodge and Roy Logan, is also an unusually attractive number. The programme will close with a grand finale. "The Flag Song." the solo partsi in which will be taken by Stella lar- I tela and Frances Hendricks.. as~sis~ted in the chorus. by the entire class. The whole will conclude with a grand tan leau. "The goddess of Liberty" and "Cuba." Mrs H. Itulger will presid at the piano as accompanist. The entertainment is one of excep tional merit and will doubtless draw out an immense r rowd to see the chil dren. The rehearsils for the perform anc-e have been continued over a peti. '1 of -onsiderable time. The children will be under the direction of several well known ladie.s, ho have taken an espe cial interest in the work. Sats for the cntertainmcnt ar. now ..n sale. Gunther's candles at L. A. King's. "SI PERKINS" TO-MORROW. The Rural Gentlemami miad His Company at the l nim. "FI Perkins." lh. cel.irated rural drama. is hilled to appeas jt the Inion Family theater to-marrow (Monday) night. for one night only. .tudging from the flattering not eis which the clmpany has reim ved flout the press in the eithm which 'i- has oted. the prospect for fun .n the ,at. n. date is good. Like all plays of the Ilube" order. "Si Perkins" poss.si at large budget of good, a hole some fun. the Yankee wit is an woven into the dramatic lines that the auditor is one minute laughing with honest hearted 81. and the next his eyes are brimming .ivei with symnpathetic tears. No class if dramatic productions appeal so strongly tI thin heart as those of the rural order. Every American is familiar with the Yankee nature. Shrewd, witty and honest. he posseses a charm of per sonality which is particularly attractive: and. when upon the mimic stage we can see his prot.type. 'ts little wonder that such pim" es' as "Si Perkine" receive a liberal patrniage from American play goers. The preii nt company has for some seven seasons presanted the play. and It goes without saying a perfect portrayal will he witnessed. The com pany carries with it a most unique band. made up of musicians dressed as "Jays." wh~ch furnishes all kinds of fun in the parade. Cat is Pasmspar lat" to sastts. amd ?artkh Paeie Coeas via 3.. A. " !. B,. sad Commeetias. Effective at once. passenger ratem. Anaconda to Seattle and north Pacief coast ponts, are reduced to $21*N Brst class, $20.00 second-class. Call on ticket agent at B.. A. & P. railway, passenger station. at Aaa conda. for lurther Intormation. )(sties to Cmmtr.M.esu The Federal Labor union No. 571 re quests that all contractors pay $3 per day for all digging of sewers and cel lars and such work. H. STUART. Sec'y. IT WILL KI DIFFEREIT Aa.^d. WfIl Not Nave tb. Walkover se. 3. Last Time. ABERNATHY IN THE BOX wfane ee Local Teae IL Mlpeated to was To-Dar. Gems, It WW B. by a Eate Par More 3wen Thean That of the Pormer OGme. The game of base ball announced for to-day between Anaconda and Butte will be full of interest. That is a safe prediction in view of the fact that last Sunday's game called out a good crowd-as base ball crowds go. Every body who went to last Sunday's game was satisfied that they got their mon ey's worth, and when a man is satis fled that he gets his money's worth he is going to go to another game where the same two teams are opposed to each other. But last Sunday's game was poorly played on the part of the Butte team. It is true that the boys from the Smoky City could not well help themselves, as they were handicapped in several ways. The game. however, would have been a much better one to look at by the general public, and also to exeite the interest of the man who studi's base ball if Jones had kept out of th' box and put Abernathy in at the start. The Butte boys knew that Baker, _n whom they had relied to pitch the game, was not able to go into the game with hl sore arm, and it would have been wise for them to have replac'd Jones with Abernathy at the end of, or even before, the second Inning. It be came obviously apparent at the begin ning of the game that Jones. whatev.r he might have been as a pitcher in by gone days. was weak-very weak. It was fully known to the Butte team. as it is to every one who keeps the run of local base ball, that Abernathy is a pitcher not to be sneered at. He has seldom been given an opportunity to show what he can do, but the few oc casions that he has had were not thrown away, and there Is no record where Abernathy pitched a game of ball for Butte that he didn't make as good a showing for himself and do *3 much to win his game as did the team that was behind him. However. last Sunday's defeat was not due wholly to Jones-not by any manner of means. A glance at the error column will show that. Hatton was painfully out of condition at seconn. and it didn't take long for him to start the errors a-piling upward. Moran at - first had hard luck. lie fumbled two "f the easiest grounders that ever came a I first baseman's way, and there was an error here and an error there, and they all counted up, although they didn't seem no awfully costly at the time. Then again the Anaconda players got off with three errors. That comes pret ty nearly being the record for the local team in any game that has ever beetn played here, and it compares very fav orably with the error column of any team playing the game. Besides play ing a game of stlendid fielding, Lotg had 12 strike-outs to his credit, which is a number that borders on the ph., nomenal. But Sunday's game will not show the me results unless predictions fatl miserably. In the first place Aberna thy will be in the box. and there will be a change in the Butte's field that pen pie haven't counted unto, and one which will be somewhat of a surpris.'. The errors that ran up into a big total In the last column of the Buttes last week are not likely to do it again this time, and the bases on halls which ran up to seven or so off Jones will not be given by Abernathy, nor will Aberna thy hit five men in the ribs. While th" Anacondas, of course, are expected to win the game they will not do it as easily as they did last week. The game to-day will begin at 2:30 o'clock, or rather it will begin at 3 o'clock, for it always takes base ball players half an hour to get ready. It will be played at the Athletic field. which is in splendid condition. The street car company has arranged a schedule of cars which will be strictly adhered to. The cars will leave th.' city at 1. 1:35. 2.2:30. 3 and 3:30 o'clock. There will be no deviation from this, as the street car comrany has found out that it don't pay to let people stand around on street corners waiting for street cars. There will also be a motor and trailers at the gate of th ' Athletic park when the game is ov-r. It is a sure thing that it will oe ther., because the street car company is go ing to keep it there all afternoon. Irt dies will be admitted free to the grounds and to the grand stand, and they are especially invited to gt down to the Athletit field and help the boys along by their encouragement. The following is the line-up of th.' tao teams: Anaconda. Positions. Butte. Freeman ......Catcher.... McDonough Long ..........Pitcher ....Abernathy Kiltoyne ......1st base ....ob Perham Lynch .........2d base........ Hatthn Sutton .........3d base.t .... Donahu' Sheppard .....Shortstop...... Taylir McHale .......Left field.. A. Perham Lloyd .......Centerft'hli.t McDonough Clemens .....Bight field ..'.Abernathy tl. Meclale .....Subs .. ..,.. ......J o s Itarker Anaconda Steam Laundry. 306 E. Park. AT THE CHURCHES. Baptist church-t.'orner of Fifth and Locust streets: J. A. Jenkins. pastor; residence. N,'. 606 Pine street. Preach ing at 11 a. m.. subject "The Story of Sabbath;" Sunday school at 12i:0,1. pi m.; Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m; preaching at a p. m.. subject The Na tional Need." Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at R o'clock. The ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. H. G. Coy Thursday afternoon. The annual picnic for the Sunday school will be held at Warm Springs next Satur day. Aug. 6. The friends of the school and members of the congregation are cordially invited. Conveyances will leave the church at 9 a. m. Saturday morning. The subject for the morning sernon in the M. E. church will be "The Tea :h ings of the Bible on Charity. and Hew We Can Tell When We Possess True Charity." In the evening the subject will be the text. "Let him that is with out sin among you cast the first stone at her." The subject for the We4aesday evening prayer meeting will be "The New Testament Standard of Christian Life." The ministers who are expected to attend our conference will begin to arrive Monday night. Aug. 5. and some wil day tiart body IS an 0s attend all the 53. slo03 of the . The Upweat . tl wl a businss met " h night. Ucandieavi I4thsern services it the Scandinawimm web at 6 o'clock this evenimg. Th. se4Aster, pastor. Select stock ot salce California wtes at Ed DaMae's, ,bid and Alder. TO FOeaCOcE A MORTGAGL. Mary Marlees. f to Nereser onm a Pre Isse, Note. Mary A. Morse yesterday commenced an action in the district court against I j Estella Matthews mnd W. J. Matthews to foreclose a mertgage given to secure a promissory mote. The' note is for $1i100 and was executed on Dec. 2, 137, and bears iategast at 11, per cent. per month. The pgliatif in her complaint sets up that the interest tin the note has been paid up to April 2. 1998. but silce that time no interest haw been paid. Judgment is asked for the amount of principal and interest and that an order be made foreclosing a mortgage on lot N. In block 40. in the city of Anaconda. H. R. Whitehill is attorney for the plaintiff. John Anderson yesterday made his declaration to become a citiaen of the United States. He is a native of Swe den and is X years of age. There will be a seasion of the dis trict court to-morrow. which date has been a.: for the opening of the August term of court. It is likely, however, that Judge Brantly will merely convene court to-morrow, and then adjourn un til September. at the request of the members of the bar. A Pleaesat Party. A very pleasant party was given Fri day evening by Mbm Annie Devine at her home. No. 301 East Third street. A most enjoyable time was spent In cards and dancing. Those present were: The Misses Anne and Nella Burke. Ehret. Bertha Ehret. Hickey, Jette, Dora Jette. Grey. Screen. Tobin, Lyons. Trisberger, Beatrice Trisberger and Devine and Miss Blanche Pelletler of Helena; the Messrs. Foley. Tucker. MoHale, McMa han. Murphy, Grafton. Shovlin. Mc Adams. Gerald. Leonard. Bradley and Devine. Race Trais is Itostle. During tie races at Butte, July 2 to August 6, inclusive, the B., A. & P. Ry. Co. will make An excursion rate, daily except Sunday, good only on train leav ing Anaconda at 1:30 p. m. and return ing. leaving Butte at 9:11) p. m. Round trip rate. $1.0. Round trip rate. Including admission to the race track, $1.50. No-To-itae for Fifty Cents. Guarsnteed tobaee, babit cure; makes weak men stiong: blood pure. 511. $1. All druggists LI ..LOT O N.. EAST PARK AVENUE $1, 750o O'Brien & Peckover Durston Block, .o9 E. Park, Tel. e, Anacoeda. Meet. TUTTLE'S UIdertakior Parlors THOS. SULLIVAN, MANAG3L ely Exissave Parlsrs l the City 3uo Park Avenue, Anaconda ... TE.L. N **. A Nice Ute House of 3 Roemi Hall and closets, plastered, $851.11 EImy Payrnenit't Money to Lsau,Log TIme,10 percest IfAHONEY & SMITHt so9 Main St.. Aaese~ds. Ancusda Livery Stible *. 0. ealWVeUL Peepdbse. Buggies. Horses .ind Sddles for Mmr Lisa Propriete- at Passenger satigs 401 33. pre Li ne. Cosuse~esameaSa With all alers.. Ofee and $t b~e riser Msse" Amesasts \oter of ..sri,, .f NMUm oae ain sad. Notiect I,, . r. b given that the amaass U'ntI btn~k ",f I-, r Lodge Come-V. state of l."ntitte. he-n-en comapietsd b.7 the 5PSFKs.)r.t ,:.,,1 county and bas been Idn-Iiv red t,. the county Cseft Of said county. art that the boars at COUaty Icomomis-lob., - f said Coun~ty will ianet as a b.ard of .-quiaaatio to squallse as. 5essmft Oti .n the third llemdav et July. lIs. and continue in sends Nends.V and Tuesday of ecanh week U.4t thuh lbors are ..r'mp. ted. unicee their 10411as1ee 1111-A quire it. wheni th.-y will aeet Is COStlu ous gsesinn Ehttenl thin. lith dlay of July. i~ 3. MMARTIN. t' i tk ,f itoard of Cemeeein fi I. B B MIDSUMMER SCk adsou s...........7oo WaVels and Cesiomres .... 1.50 ChecMs sd Strides.......2. -oo hir LinesCasmvre....... .0 4 n.s Wrstelds, black...... 3.00 DhecksN Iat Strifes, etc . 5.. 3.0o These are only a few of the t choice things in trousers that we t are selling at about half actual value. Odson, Richardson ?,,:D ud.-= & AdamsI No Difficulty Here "at It takes a sharp knife and sharp treth to get along with tough meat. Our meats are so tender anytaty can cut th.-m and any body can eat them. If you would have the best meats come to us. Montana Meat Co., Ausacuda Jie Leland Cor. Main and Third Sts., Anaeonda A. 11. ficAadrews, frrrm*t* Rb~ttsi m Rsmsenalasbd. Rate:, $2.oo Per Day Meal Tickets seed for 21 Meals .0.7 OO7 0 PROPOSALS )'olt STATE CAPITOL BUILDING Sealed proposals will he received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon of the 13th day of September, A. D. 1898. for furnishing all labor and material and erectingcomplete a three-story.fireproof brick, stone and iron capitol building, to be erected in the city of Helena, state of Montana. and all to be in full ac cordance with the plans and specifica tions therefor as prepared by Bell & Kent, architects. Proposals must he addressed to E. B. Kennedy, secretary, and marked "Pro posals for state capitol building," and must he accompanied by a certified check in the sum of $5.000 as evidence of good faith on the part of the person making such bid or proposal, and shall be made payable to Robert B. Smith, chairman, and will he forfeited to the state of Montana if the party to whom the contract is awarded shall fall to enter into contract and give a good and stailfcent bond in the sum of $50,000 within 15 days after such award. Plans and specification can be seer at the office of the architects, Nos. 27, 28 and 29, Merchant's Bank building. Helena. Montana. on and after the 15th day of August, 1893, or duplicate copies can be had of the architects by making satisfactory arrangements for their use and return. The right is reserved by the owners to reject any and all bids and to waive any informality in a proposal if they deem it to the best Interests of the state so to do. All proposals received after the date set heretn will be returned to the bid. ders unopened. All proposals must be made upon forms as prepared by the architects. and which can be obtained from them upon application. The commissioners desire contractors to figure on a cash basis, as all bonds ye been disposed of, and they are in a position to pay cash in all cases. ROBERT B. SMITH. Chairma E. BEACH, J. Y. FOX. A. D. PECK. D. E. FOLSOM. State Capitol Commisslen. Attest. E. B. KENNEDY. Secty. Try a Standard Want dav FREE FRRE Monday and Tuesday. Van Camp's agent will be at our store and give a demonstration of their cel ebrated Tomato Soups and Macaroni and Cheese Everybody is invited to sample these goods. Don't miss this treat. MacCallum & Cloutler Wbdmh sad be40 Oruwsn Aame~a AMUSZMENTU Children's Carnival AT Marprut Thes r, Tunsia,, AKg. 2. Grand Scenic and Tableau Effects in Delsarte. Caliathenics and Physilcal Cul ture. Assisted by Professor George Abram Smith, basso; J. P. Lawless, tenor; Lydia, the famous child violinist of Butte; Mar garet Kelly and Althea Le Ford, charm ing little dancers. Tickets Gui, 506; Coidor 256 First Ave rows in parquet and box seats 25c extra. On sale at Smith Drug Co.'s. Admission to gallery 26e. UNION FAKILY TIEATIE ANACONDA. DICK P. SUTTON - - Manager Just one jolly night, Monday, August i, Sam J. Burton and Lillian Coleman IN THE NEWV SI PERKINS The Pughtown Band and Orchestra. Pritceins 25c, 50c and 75c Seats on sale at Martni Drug Co.'s. IF YOU DON'T TAKE THE BTAND ARD YOU DON'T GET THE NEWE. Messy sc/ýeýe. tally readedM i "seeds setls satis as1 E. Conomercial Avenue, Anaconda. Summer Clearance Sale A continuance of last week's bargains with a low fresh ones added. We will sell every article in our store at greatly reduced prices until our stock is reduced. Men's Laundered Colored Shirts. One lot of 75e and 50c Neckties for collar and cuffs attached, worth $1.00, now, only two shirts to only ........................ each customer ................ 25 cent 25 cents 3 et Men's Fast Black Half Hose, double Men's Cotton Underwear, good bal brtggan. in ribbed or flat goods, heels and toes. Thc quality, for.... 75c quality for............... 15C p r p ir 45 cents HATS SHOES Fedoras. Grecos. Straight Brims. Men's Tan Shoes, all styles of toes The Montana Hat, Stetson Hats. All styles and shades, at........... sad lasts, at... ............. Lowest Prices Half Price I*o*o******3*****:*.. Cut Prices ON Trunks Decam Ve hys Tm lan y DON'T FORGET 25 sLies of Suits at $9.99 Pesm Pric Sfe, & 52.g, Su* 5s. (ioodfriend Clothing Co. 2. CimrmAe., Aecea Neases. It is hereby ordered that a special meeting and session of the board of coun ty commissioners of Deer Lodge county. state of Montana, be and is hereby called to meet at the odee of the county clerk in the court house. In the city of Ana conda. on Wednesday, the Id day of Au gust. IUS, and to remain in session two days if necessary, to transact the follow ing business: First-To take action on road petitions and to order roads opened or closed. Second-To pay contingent claims against the county. Third-To do anything necessary re garding the building of the court house and jail. Fourth-To fill a vacancy in the ofiec of justice of the peace in Cottonwood township. Dated this 28th day of July, 1868. A. M. WALKER. Chairman. JAMES W. GEARY, JOHN D. ROM, Board of County Commissioners, Deer Lodge County. State of Montana. County of Deer Lodge -mn. Offlie of County Clerk and Re corder, Anaconda. Montana. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the foregoing order, a special and ex tra session of the board of county com missioners of said county has been called and will be held at the offce of the coun ty clerk at the court house, in the city of Anaconda. on Aug. 3. 1838. and which will continue in session two days. if nec essary, to transact the business speciied in the foregoing order. M. MARTIN. County Clerk. Dated July 28. 1898. TRY A STANDARD WANT AD.