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EW YEiR APPROACHES While the Yule Log Dies to ,. Ashes on the Hearth. ,RAND NEW RESOLUTIONS ?ill Be Made, Sooner or Later to Be Broken, Like New Toys-What Will Take Place in the Churches. "Soon the yule log will be, ashes; Christmas fast is ebbing by; and the ild Year's growing feeble, next will some his turn to die. Then, the New ear! Good Sir New Year, mind you aot what be the weather. Though we've ptrayed o'er heath and heather, pray 'ou-bring us all together once again." Outside the churches the ushering in f the new year promises to be quiet, "'ith not a great deal of social obser Vance in the immediate days to follow. 'unday night there will be the usual ringing of bells and making of loud oises that the death of the old year s well as the birth of the new year my not be unattended with at least 5ome of that pomp which is their right eul due. New Year's day itself will be *aken up largely, of course, with the making of excellent pledges, to be kept for awhile, like new toys, then .roken in the scramble of every-day "fi'e The advent of the new year will be :bserved more or less generally by the ,hurches throughout the city, though. fiaturally, not with the elaborateness of feremony that attended the Christmas Lide. In the Roman Catholic churches ipecial music will be the feature of observance, while in the Protestant Vanctuaries services appropriate to the ccasion will be held to-morrow (Sun ay), and the enjoyment of Monday s New Year's day will not be mark by much. if any, religious feature. r At St. Peter's the regular Sunday services will be held, with the addition (f midnight mass, beginning at 12 ,'clock and continuing through the first hour of New Year's morn. The Snusic at this service will be of an laborate and specially prepared char icter and will be under the direction of professor Kennicott. The sopranos and altos will be sung by Mrs. L. J. B'aker, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Joseph De ierr and the Misses McCabe, Gleeson, Wickie and Agnes Daly. The male voices will be those of Dr. Spelman. IMr. Viderot, Mr. McMillan, L. J. Ba ker, J. J. McGuinness and S. T. Jan ders. It is probable that on New Year's morning mass will be celebrat ,d at 8 o'clock, with high mass at 10:30. The evening service will be held at the regular hour. 7:30. . At St. Paul's the service for the ush ering in of the new year will begin at 11:30 o'clock Sunday night. The mu sic will be by the children's choir, as Sisted by the junior choir, and under the direction of Mrs. Burnham and 1tiss Mollie Hogan. The exposition of thle blessed sacrament will continue un til 1 o'clock 'New Year's morning. At 8 o'clock Monday morning high mass will be sung by the junior choir, as sisted by some of the best musical tal ent of the city. At the Presbyterian church the reg ular Sunday services will be held morning and evening, the pastor, IRev Mr. Cleland, preaching. The dis courses of the day will bear signifi cance to the new. year, and the music will be special, under the direction of Miss Macdougal; Mrs. Richardson, or ganist. The watch night service at the Meth odist Episcopal church will begin with the regular Sunday evening service at 7:30 o'clock and will continue until the new year has been ushered in. It is probable that several oat-of-town min isters will be present to take part in the service. To-morrow morning and to-morrow evening the quarterly meet ing of the church will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Mills. presiding elder of the Helena district. At the close of the morning service the holy communion will be administered. This (Saturday) evening the regular quarterly confer ence will be held in the church by the presiding elder. At this meeting the usiness of the last three months will be disposed of. Sunday afternoon will witness the dedication of the Swedish mission, at the corner of Fifth and Main streets. The service will be held at 3 o'clock and will be participated in by all the Protestant ministers of the city. Ad "I have long thought it my duty to write you a few lines to let you know what Dr. Pieree's PFaorite Prescription has done for me," writes Mrs. Eophemia Falconer, of Trent, Muskegon Co., Mich. "I am twenty-seven ypet old; havi been married ten years. I am the mother of four children. My nrst two babies were stills born, and I sur feted everything ma " but death. My friends all thought I could ' never recover. I was reduced to / eo9 pounds2 When I was three months along for my third child, I was taken with o hemorrhage or flooding and came near hav ing a miscarriage from female weakness. For two mouths I was under the care of our docto*, but was getting weaker all the lime until one day I sent and got three bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and one bottle of 'Pellets.' I im proved so fast, I continued to take your medi cine until baby was born, and he is healthy and all right. He is fouryears old. ty baby girl is two years old. lily health has been good ever since. I now weigh it5 pounds ant when I boe gin to feel badly I take 'Favorite Prescription' which always helps me. I always tell my tneigh bors what helps me and a good many have talkeu your 'Favorite Prescription' with good results." The "Favorite Prescription" has cured more women than all other medicines for women combined. It is the only prepara tion of its sort devised by a regularly grad tated p hysician-a skilled and experienced specialist in the diseases of women. Other medicines are sometimes sold on the plea that they arc "just as good as the 'Favorite Prescription.'" Don't believe it. Don't be imposed upon. Counterfeits are never as good as the genuine. Over ,so,ooo women have endorsed "Fa voritc Prescription." They say there is i nothing "just as good" and they know. Would you rather have the say.so of one dealer who makes an extra profit on the subSstitute. than the prozvable words r.f 5oooo women whose only object in recom- ; mending the "Farvorite P'rescriptint" is their desire to help their suffcring sisters? dresses will be made by the pastor, the Rev. G. Nelson; by the Rev. Mr. Cleland, pastor of the Presbyterian church; by the Rqv. Mr. Cattermole, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, and by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins of the Baptist church. The Swedish mission is a neat frame edifice, built by the 30 members of the Free Swedish church in Anaconda, a denomination.which sprang up in An aconda about two years ago and cor responds in doctrine with the Congre gational church in America. The mis sion was built at a cost of $3,000. of which $2,000 wsn raised by the mem bers and a gift of $1.000 is to be re ceived from the denomination in Chi cago, which, when received, will wipe out every cent of Indebtedness and leave the church on a sound financial base. The corner stone of the new mis sion was laid Oct. 6, 1899. Services will be conducted each Sunday. Take Your Choice. "From the Atlantic to the Pacific" or "History of the Spanish-American War" is the premium given by the Anaconda Standard when you pay $10 in advance for one year's subscrip tion. Domestic and Key West Cigars at City Drug company's. CLUBS ARE AT WAR. Smallpox Scare Widens Breach Between WVhisker and No-Msoustache Societies. Great is the strife nowadays be tween the Whiskers club, of which George S. Miller is president, and the No Moustache club, over which Jack Hamill presides. When a case of smallpox was discov ered Tuesday night in a Main street barber shop the glee of the Whiskers club knew no bounds. The anti shavers exulted over the shavers ald pointed out to -them the evil into which they had run. "It should prove a lesson to the de generates who shave," said President Miller of the Whiskers club. "Bearded men run no risk of catching smallpox, barbers' itch or other infectuous dis ease that one may contract by having a man shave him. I believe the les son has sunk in, for we are receiving stacks of applications for membership. We, however, have found the club so popular that we have determined to mnake the membership exclusive, and are not letting in every scared convert to our theory. We demand that the repentance of the convert be sincere and genuine and :that he give some guarantee to walk hereafter in our straight and narrow but whisker strewn path." Without a doubt it was a blow to the No Moustache club, and caused some of the members to grow weak in the cause. President Hamill's faith, how ever, is as strong as ever. He refuses even to admit that any member has weakened. "Weaken? Not in a thousand years," said he. "The fact 'that a barber is smitten with smallpox can have no hearing on 'the theories we advocate. People in other walks of life get small pox. "The fact that contagion is rife is an added argument in favor of the great principles we uphold. Disease is bred from microbes. A clean-shaven man offers no abiding place for the fly ing microbes, while a bearded one car ries a veritable microbe trap on nis face. What is more foul than a beard, a thatch of hair waving in the atmos phere and catching every microbe that comes within its radius? On sanitary grounds alone, no one should wear hair upon his face, and especially in times like these should he be particular to have his face cleanly shaven." English worsted suits made to your measure, $25. 311 E. Com'l ave. POLICEMAN FINED FOR ASSAULT. Albert Truedell Used Too Great Violence in Attempting an Arrest. Ait the close of a three-hours' trial in Justice Devine's court yesterday afternoon, Merchants' Policeman Al bert Truedell was found guilty by a jury of simple assault and battery, and was recommended to the mercy of the court. The justice imposed a fine of $1 and costs of prosecution, together with some words of censure to the de fendant. Truedell was tried on the charge of assaulting, with a club, one Matt McDonough, an employe of the lower works, on Christmas night, in the Klondike saloon. The testimony of the prosecution went to show that he, without provo cation, had beaten McDonough ra.ther severely over the head and pulled a gun on him, then made no effort 'to effect the man's arrest, but went his way. The defense introduced testimony to show that the policeman had offered to place McDonough under arrest be cause the latter was using vile and abusive language and generally dis turbing 'the peace by his boisterous conduct; that McDonough had resist ed, and that thereupon Truedell had used his club to subdue the fractious man; that the officer had not pulled his gun until McDonough made a mo tion to pull his own; and that, lastly, the arrest had not been effected be cause McDonough made good his rs cape from the saloon by a rear door. The jury was out half an hour, and returned with the verdict already men tioned. In imposing sentence, Judge Devine censured the defendant for having used force that was unneces sary under the circumstances. He cited the law to show that it is the duty of a peace officer. in such cases, to call upon bystanders for assistance in arresting a prisoner before using violence to subdue him. EAGLES TO DANCE, . O. E. Will Glive Its First Annual Ball Vednesday, Januauy 24. Wednesday evening. Jan. 24, Is the date set for the first annual hall of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. 'Th affair will be given at A. O. H. hall. One of the features of the occasion will be a prize (nke walk. Following are the ornmittees which will have charge of I the affair: Arrangements-William Devine. Hugh I Daly, Richard Lindsay and Dan Roach, Sflor manager. Floor--F. H. Clinton. Bert Storey, H. i Johsoln. John F. Burke, F.. A. Dailey. Mike Iult oy and James Johnson. Reteption-Dr. J. AT. Sligh, A. IHar rity, Frank '0 Brien, 1. .. Wa!ktup, T. F. Murplhy 'andl Gerald Sullivan. MIus.c-t •irne y Higgins, MI. Moclrath. E. 1). C'amptltl, Harry Hobbs and ('harles T)e L lng. ST. PETER'S BAZAR. It Willl Open Easter Monday and Con tinue rOne WVk. The memcnblers of St. PF.lr's parish at a mleeting helld li tis week dtte'dtl1 to open their 1900 fair, or hazar, on Easter iilolnday. and continulle it one we'ek. At the meeting referre d to the followtving olficers of the1 fair were elect oed: President. Miss Mary lBrennan; vice president, liss Nellie Long; s c rt'alry. .Mis Alice Montrose: treasurer. ,II1:-. John L:strell'. Special comllliit te5' will e annlounied as soll as lthey hrve been appointed. HELD IN A BRITISH JAIL Rumor That Colonel O'Leary Has Been Caught at Roseland, BUT IT IS ALL A HOAX Simply One of the Humors of the Pro posed Invasion or Canada-Unof ficial Board of Strategy Is at Work. Imprisoned in a foul British gaol the don't have jails on British soil-in Rossland, charged with being a Fenian spy, the advance agent of the invasion of Canada, is Colonel T. O'Leary, ar cording to the report that was abroad in Anaconda yesterday. The report is of home manufacture. Colonel O'Leary is in the Coeur d'Alenes. in Idaho, and has not sought to get inside of Canada or a Canadian gaol. The story was started Thurs day night at the same time that one to the effect that the Irish were drill ing at Austrian hall for the invasion was poured into the ears of unsus pecting newspaper reporters. But for all this there were some who really believed the story and many who pretended to. The latter class were armed with details. "Ah, th' poor colonel; a foine man he is, to be sure. An' to think he's lyin' there in a British jail-th' fine, brave ould man. Did they catch him? To be sure they caught him, an' him wid his letther av instrooctions to make a map av Es quimalt in his pocket. Ah, it's a bad day for Olreland, ut is th' day." And so it went. What Irishman can resist the temptation to spread a joke? They put it abroad over the town, and now and then would meet and howl with laughter at the recital of the anxious questions put by the colonel's friends. The talk of the proposed invasion of Canada-and such talk is upon every tongue-is a mixture of seriousness and levity. Some look wise and mys terious and intimate they could a tale unfold *that would give the British lion the ague. "We can't tell you a thing about it," say they. "We mustn't make our plans known, but you know where Sweet Grass is? Well, just keep your eye on Sweet Grass for the next 10 days or so and' you'll see something moving north from there." Of all the Boer sympathizers in town, Attorneys J. M. Self and R. P. O'Brien are the most enthusiastic. The talk of invading Canada is sweet music in their ears. They have constituted themselves a board of strategy, and that other board of strategy which as sembles in the Petritz block declares the two are preparing maps and routes and deciding upon objective points for a forward movement. Chief of Police Jack White was cred ited yesterday with trying to organize among Canadian residents of Anacon da the Independent Order of Canadian Fenians, but he denies any such inten tion. "There are enough bad Canadi ans here to fight without going up the organization. The largest stock of photographic sup plies at City Drug company's. 'TO-DAY'S ENTRIES, Entries to-day at New Orleans and Oakland. as reported by the local pool rooms, are as follows: New Orleans. First race, selling, one mile and a sixteenth-Howitzer. 105; Woodragrger, 103; Etidorphia. 103; Tewanda. '101: Liew Ann, 101: Hill Billy, 101; School Girl, 101; Nailer, 99; False Lead, 98: Lost Time, 97; Musket, 95; Nilmah, 94; Roger B., 93; Main Guy, 92. Second race, handicap, five and one half furlongs-Alex, 122; Gold 'Or, 118; Triadltza, 116: Ben Chance, 114; Tom Gilmore, 103; Mlnjou, 103; Cora Miller. 98; Little Smoke, 98: Grandeur, 98; Ice Drop, 95; Carrie 1., 94: Fuller, 94; Hardy L., 94; Traylor, 93; Grace Lo gan, 92. Third race, selling, six furlongs Manlius, 108; J. E. Cline, 105; Colonel Cassidy, 105; Deceptive, 103; Senator Gibson, 103; By George, 103; Vic La mont, 103; Seattle, 102; Acushla, 100; Brown Vail, 100; Mousettoff, 100; Ty bra, 98; Match Box, 98; Colonel Eades, 98: Tobe Pain, 103. Fourth race, New Orleans handicap, seven furlongs-Benneville, 126; Mint Sauce. 113; Verify, 112; Belle of Mem phis, 110; Flying Bess, 108; Malo. 108: Alpen, 107; Dr. Walmesley, 103; Lady Callahan, 102; Audes, 108; St. Wood, 102; Murat, 95. Fifth race, selling, one mile and a sixteenth-Tubor, 113; Lobengula, 109; Yuba Dam, 108; Miss.Patron, 106; The Brewer, 101; King Elkwood, 101; Babe Fields, 101; Frisco, 101; Bright Night, 95; Prince of Orange, 94: Joe Dough erty, 92; Martha Fox, 92; Klondike Queen, 92; Fuitan, 92. Oakland. First race, selling, five furlongs-San Mateo, 121; Mike Rice, 121; Etta H., 121; Monrovia. 121; Silver Tone, 115; Yaruba. 118; Gusto, 109; Fine Shot. 109; Miss Soah. 106; Saul of Tarsus, 91: La Amiga, 91. Second race, selling, six furlongs Rosalbra, 110; Novia, 107; Sylvan Lass. 107; Pat Morrissey, 107; Yule, 107; High Ho, 107; Florinel, 106; Choteau, 95; Ex pedient, 92. Third race, selling, one mile and a sixteenth-Scotch Plaid. 110: Imperious, 107; Opponent. 104: Don Luis, 101; Ein stein. 101: Coda, 101; Go To Bed. 101; Dr. Marks. 94: Lost Girl, 94; Judge Wofford. 92; Fortis, 92; Grand Sa chem, 91. Fourth race, Free handicap, one mile and a quarter--Lothian, 112; Meadow thorpe, 108: Dr. I4,rnays, 107; Fan netta. 100: Stuttgart, 95. Fifth race, purse, s ven furlongs-Dr. Skin-Tortured Babies CRY FOR CUTICURA. Instant relief and sleep, in a hot bath with CrTceURA SOAP anda singIle anointing with C'TICt;RnA Ointment. A blesslng to skintor tared iufants and worn-o-et, worried 1arcnt3. Sold esrvernhere SorPn.. .ocsernt.sins9. rT,.-s D. As C. (oa<r. L' p.. Boeioa. Sesds ort;. book, ira. Wash the Dishes QuiokIyr You can if you use Gold Dust. It does most of the work. It saves time,mon ey and labor. hond for free booklet-- Golden Runl for Homework." THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Chima St. Lousll NewYork Boste VARICOCELE. The grandest remedy on earth for this awful, treacherous weakness is ELECTRICITY. I have made a success of treating - this complaint with my new I method of applying Electricity to the parts while the p::ient sleeps. IT NEVER FAILS. Ten thousand cures in the past S five years is my record. No drugs, no knife simply the life-giving current scientifically ap plied according to my special method. ARE YOU AFFLICTED? If so, as you value your future health, cure it now. You can see that it is destructive to vitality. My method is safe, certain and per manent. Cases of twenty-five years' standing cured in three months. If you cannot call, write for my book with full information. Dr. M. R. McLaughlin, 121 N. Main St., Butte -Office Hours--9 . m. to 6 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays. 11 a. . to 1 p. m. -NEVER SOLD IN DRUG STORES- Sheppard, 110; Dr. Munbrila, 107; Sybaris, 107; Erwin, 96; Princess Zieka, 93. Sixth race, selling, six furlongs-Sat suma, 110; Plan, 107; Afamada. 107; February, 107; Sister Alice. 107; Sly, 107. Weather cloudy; track fast. Preventative for Smallpox-Shaw's Malt-at Ed Devine's. APPEAL IS TAKEN. Legal Firm Obljects to Verdict Against It in Justice Court. An appeal was filed yesterday in the district court in the case of Puffy & Casey against A. Cicconi, wherein the defendant is sued for $50 alleged to be due for legal services in preparing the brief and argument on the exemption of Robert Nagler's homestead. When tried before Justice of the Peace Frank Kennedy Nov. 29., thf. jury returned a verdict in'favor of the defendant and taxed the costs, aniounting to $22, to the plaintiffs. Heenc the appeal. First-class plumbing work on short notice. J. E. Young, 404 East Park. AMUSEMENTS. MARGARET THEATER ANACONDA, fIONTANA. New Year's Night, Jan. i, -Engagement Extraordinaire Eugenie Blair and Excellent Support Presenting the Distinguished Success From Wallack's Theater, New York, By Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett and Stephen Townsend. Magnificent Scenery. Exquisite Costumes. Curtain 8:30 sharp. Prices. $1 50, $1.00,7.e, 50ec. 25r. Notice. It is hereby ordered that a special session of the board of county com missioners of Deer Lodge county, state of Montana, be and is hereby called to meet on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1900, to transact the following business and to continue in session two days, if deemed necessary: First-To open bids and award con tract for frescoing the new court houlse building, if bids are found satisfac tory. Second-To consider proposition to dispose of lands sold to the county at tax sale, the right of redempt:on hav ing expired and deeds issued for same. Third-To approve bonds of county physician and contractor for care of poor for the year 1900. Fourth-To audit contingent poor bills and also claims remaining unpaid after the last regular session. Fifth--To make provision for cover ing steam pipe leading from new jail building to court house. A. M. WA,KIER. Chairman, T. C. DA \VIDSON. JAMES VI'. .(iEARY. County Colnmmiss ioners. Dated Dec. 2,. 1I,99. State of Montana, County of Ier Lodge-ss. Office of County Clerk and Recorder. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the forceg'ing order a speinal session of the board of county com missioners of slid county hais heen called and wtill be held at the office of thi county cIrl, at the court house in the city of Aanacnnda, on oWednesday, Jan. 3, 1900, to transact the business specified in the foregoing order. Witness my hand and seal this 2Sth day of December. 189.9. IM. MARTIN, County 'lerk. (County Seal.) ARBUGKLES' President's Cabinet Coffee S a co-. Blended by the binatg.Sold of in h and-est erries the nest coffee ateld of he world procduce. Itis TE FIIEST COFFEE THE POSSIBLE ONTANA BUY a NA Oirie. Blended by the most exl~erienced experts liviOne o the ol oandso it and- most l so vided with epound clvartonsel ells, fire adingarms, rocers. onvenences. cts. b. THE FIONTANA ANACONDA. MONT. One of the handsomestr alynd most ia. gently appointes hotels In the United States. Provided with elevators. eleotrlo 'belia, fire alarms, running water, baths, steam heat, open firepiaces end alt madera conveniences. Rooms en aulte and single. Cuisine and service strictly first-oiaas. Rates from $3.50 per days upwards, so eard to size and character of room o00. eupled. GEO. W. REYNOLDS 3SANAGVbE Mareuos Daly MI. DI)ahoe 31. 11. Greenwood DALY, DONAHOE & GREENWOOD Bankers. Anaconda, Mont. General bankinn in all branches. Sell exchange on New York. Chicago. St. Paul, Omnnha, iea rauolisro, etc., nud draw dirpcrt on the principal rities of England, Ireland, Faroe.inermanoy and the Orient. Deposits ot $1.00 and upward re ceived. Correspondents NATIONAL PARK BANK............Now York UNION NATIONAL BANK .......... icklnuo FII1NT NATIO)NAIL BANK ...............St. IPul OMIIAIA NA'T'IONAL BANK .............Omaha L:ANK OF CALPFORNIA..........San Franecse M. B. GOnKewoou, Louis V. BHE.NNTT, Manago r cCashier MF C. NuORBECK. Asst. Cashier PROF. ENGELlORN'S--* SPOTKA And School of Assaying and the Engelhorn Helena Business College. 7 Ihe larget,s best a .d oly .,nes that asesl re nuoesaa ;tl a gd lgod piti,:t for its gra.lustts. Addr-eus Prof. . T. Eng-lhorn. Prin. and Owner, Hel ena, Font., or upokano. Wash. 1'"I.,YICANS. J. .. SLIGOH. M. D., PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 5 . In. Calls promptly answered night or day from office. No. 214 Oak street. DR. N. S. SNYDER, Surgeon to St. Ann's HospitaL Office West Third at., near Main. Telephone No. 13 Anaconda. Mont. A 25 Pound Stick of Candy To Be (iiven Away Your "First of the Month Orders" Should loclude TEA With every pound we will give you a chance on the 25-pound stick of candy. As for value and cup quality our teas can not be duplicated. Good Teas, 35c Pound and Upward According to quality. Special prices on large lots. Our Perfection English Breakfast Tea, at 60 Cents Is not to be equaled. Try this good value. E lacCallum S_ Cloutieri S Wholesale and Retail Grocers, ANACONDA. MONT. 1?¶1¶t1nrmr?"M 1 1ff ff n 1?? I" 1nrmm1ffff At Losee's WRAPPER SALE 1...This Week... S, A $1.00 Fleeced Wrapper i - for 75c \ $1.00 for a $1,25 Wrapper i. $1.15 fora $1.50 Wrapper - $1.50 for a $2.00 Wrapper All nicely made and of latest styles. 60 Women's All-Wool Waists, the $2,00 kind, for $1.25 Infants' Wool Eiderdown long Coats at half value. a- All odds and ends in Christmas Goods at half price _ AT LOSEE'S, 1lo Main Street, Anaconda, Montana .tIUIIU.IU I bIULLLUIbIU LUII4 JJLULI&lllltbJJ I SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY SUN1DERWURR Children's Vests and Pants........................10 each Ladies' Vests and Pants...........................15c each $2.5o Dress Skirts for...............................$1.40 $1.25 Wrappers for......................................65 CeRAEI. e.0., 303 E. Park Avenue, SAnaconda, Flontana. vwwrtwmwr~wYJwmwwwwwwm wmwwrmmn wmwrwmmwww ANACONDA COPPER MINING CO., LUMBER DEPARTMENT MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEIALERS IN Rough and Dressed Lumber ALL KINDS OF MINING AND BRIDGE TIMBERS A SPECIALTY Large Dry Kilns in connection with the Mill. Sash and Door Factory. Sash, Ddaors Mouldingc. Oedtr Shingles and Pine Lath; Interior Hardwood or Pine; Hand Rail., Bal. Saters and Nseel Poets:; Srroll Hawing, Turning and Fancy Brackets. Oer 2,000,000 fat of No. 1 tlear Finish in stock, either yard seasoned or kiln dried. Estimates and Ptice Lists furnished on appliention. MILLS AT HAMILTON, MONT. YAR D Offices and Yards-Cor. Ariaona and nAlueinem etrts, Butte S Ofl. s Innd Yards--Cor. Birch and Front Streets. Anaconda BIG BLACKFOOT MILLING COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Lumber and Mill Work PINE INTERIOR PINISH OP ALL KINDS See Our Line of Wood Mantels, Tile, Grates and Fire. place Fixtures Catalogues and Price Lists on Application. Estimates Furnished on Tile Floors Mills and Wholssale Yards I Butto Tale. Yards, Planing Mill and Factory at BONNER, MONT. Iphans 415 i BUTTE. ANACONDA AND MISSOULA Notice of Bids. Staled proposals will be received by tilt hoard of county commissioners un ~il Wednesday, the 3rd day of January, 1!'00, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for frescoing the interior walls and cell ings of tlh new court house building at Anaconda. Mont., said proposals to ,e accompanied by designs and speci licatlons. Plans of the building and other information may he obtained by applying to the undersigned. cThe board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. M. MARTIN, County Clerk. Dated Dec. 19. 1899. EN NO CURE. NO PAY. I! vo A C . sexuallyn weak or oln at-eno o r iureE: ; n t one returneol: Ino C. ). n. or depoxit 'chelte; call or lrilte for ircu LOCAL; AcoPesOu:ianrle atri.rtiy rou ,,dentlal. i LOCAL APPLIANCE CO., 414 Chsrleo BIk., Ceosnr, Colo. Anaconda Livery Stable D. 0. BROWNELL. Proprietor. Buggies, Horses and Saddles for Hire Alo Proprietor. ot Pusenger, Baggaa and Rs prese Line Ooaneetloes made withall trains. one. awd Stable. First Street. Anaeonda UIY I ON'I S Blood Cre, taken persistently, mU i will cure all disorders of the bloor , such ar ascrofula, eczema, ayphilitlral affectioes. mercuriatl taints, etc., unyeon's tIemedies, a separ- [ ] ate cure for each dieaste, for s, t ED1c sal .at .ll drtggls ... Meetly .URE 25r. t'hea in doubt write to R Prof. Munyon, 1505 Arch Street, Philadelphla, Pa., for free mrdaicl adviae.