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LATE rEW8 FROM BUTTE
as" "a m wdY wIIt '
am Up Y3, WhI im T I".
Anew VTGsws no r-L
asp.slt- te Ies aI.sd.
3 YrrT 1;,4.-Theb is every perbh
MIll a t trau e a.istin- at .. the
theoptyloaw op the . x . * a that
reistratioan to-nrrow t&Mrunda) I. legal
some ot the repullea registry agents
bhere have resolved to clse their books at
oW e'eleek kto-ght and to refuse to open
to-aorrow. John rlbwr, asent at No. 8
distrit and oemprisla all that part of the
city south at Park and wert of Main
eets andst the CentenlnIal Brewery p-e
laet, told a ?TANDAMD reporter that he
would close his work of registering voters
to-night at to o'clock. and if half the dli
triet was distrfranchised he would not
open toaeorrow. Klrby says he Is satl
al Sunday registration is illegal and
he will not be a party to it. He maintains
that if t is right to keep the registry omes
open to-morrow it was also right to keep
eman open on all previous Sundays sliae
the registry books were opened. Kirby
sas he, as registry agent, I. made judge
and interpseter f the registry law and he
cares not for the dieleon at the attorney
general or any other lawyer. Kirby is evi
dently determised to folow out this
cours, and, as a result many parties who
reside in that district and who expect to
register to-morrow owing to the attorney
geneal's decision will be disfranuchised.
Mr. Potter, reister aget in No. 4 di
trist, when asked by Tua STAWDAnun i)
poter whatt earrne he Irtea.kd to follow,
amid he bad not dedeked. He said the law
was to him contraditory aupon the matter
and be felt like coming to asoie under
standing with the other tragents in
the ity whery all ther @5k. would he
kept open ar all elemed. He would not de
ade definitely until he had a chance to
cmnsult the other registry ageLnt after
Mr. ileasos, agent at No. 2 district.
says he has maintained from the first
that the law requires the or o es to
be kept open on the 1h, Mand asl this
view has been endormed the a ttorne
.eneral. Mr. Gleason says be will keep
s obee open asd will register voter to
morrow. Kirby says if Gleason doe. not
close hie oalme steps will he taken to com-.
pel him to do so. The county coenmml
eioaers published a card in the evening
prper stating that they have no jurlidic
i-oa to toder the registry agents to close
their o.oes or to keep then, open. The
chairman of the commission, Mr. Jack,
states that he personally reer to see the
registratloa o.ce. closed finally to-night,
but adds that the agents must use their
own Judgment in the matter, and thus the
.atter stands. The prospects are that
to-norrow mornlug one msan will he ens
titled to reister his vote whilst his next
door neighbor will bhe denied that right.
Patti Roa* the popular actres. will
Iýr'Margery Daw" and "Love and
uty" In Butte next week. Her engage
ment here lasts three nights. Patti is sup
ported by sn unusually brilliant coompany,
amonyst wehoe is tle great comnedianf
The Emmaet Guard, Company B. N. G.,
will give a grand military hbll in the
Miners' Union hall on the evelning of
Priday, September 27, prior to their going
The county conmislsioners will meet otn
Monday to hear parties who object to
their present assessment.
Secretary of State Walker was in town
to.day on oflicial husiness.
Cards are out for the wedding of J. J.
MeHattonl and Miss BRse Morner. The
ceremony will be rlormed in the Cath
olic church next Thursday eveninll at 7
Arlunmet, of course, in the ease of Mary
the prostitute who was harged
ving stolen 86.d00 from horl
Jubeinveilie last Monday night while the
latter was taking in the aights on Galena
street, was heard to-day iy Judge New
kirk. The Jude served hs decision un
til Monday. Charles Flameau. who was
charged with complicity in the robbery
was discharged. Messrs. Poetis and
Booth defendedthe prison in an able
manner, whilst Mr. Scallan conducted the
One Cameron and a McQuen got into a
IMht in the California hrewery, and (am
-aeo was aned $6 and costs, while Me
j.een's hall bond was forteited.
B. ntevano got hilarious and rode his
horse into a saloon on east Galena street.
Ho paid 68 and costs into the police court
for his fun.
Henry J. Ratheltiller to-day obtainled a
license to nmarry Lizsie Kaak.
In the matter of the estate of Johla J.
Nixon, James H. Lynch was appointted
In the estate of Mary Pnwell, pIwtition
was liled to-dlay with the blie adlninis
trator frw letters of administration.
There I. talk of notifying the galng of
loafers who live with disreputable wollen
in various parts of the city, and who lave
no visible uimanis of suapgrnt, to leave tIhe
town. A few years ago a ga.nl of this
class of gentry were waited uspoin by a
vigilance commlittee and invited to ieave4
town. They were huddled together and
marched to the outskirts of the city and
headed east and told to leave. They left,
and for a time the city was comparatively
free from that class of citisen. But of
late they have become unpleasantly thick
again and the criminal docket increases
Mrs. Hopkins, wife of Judge Hopkins,
has been danerously ill for somne days,
but is now improving in health.
C. J. Farlin and L. Wilson today iled
notice of location of the Clipper lode min
ing claim in the Black-tal district.
Policeman Carroll appeared upon the
streets this mornisn wearing an unusu
ally bright smile. Tle arrival of a young
son at the Carroll mansion yesterday is
the cause of his beamnlg joy.
THEY DECIDE TO CLOSE.
Bats eg3tary Agears IVaaly ,em.e S. am
pedril to the Sadmar4.
Burrs, Mont., Sept. 1, 2 a. ma.-At a
late hour tonight the registry agents of
ibls city held a meeting and case to the
concludon to close all the registy olees
in this city to-morrow. Advice was re
ceived late to·night by one of the agents
here baMm Attorney General Claberg. The
contents of the message could not deft.
nitely be learned. But Its Il mprt was
that the registry awgent should be the
judges of bow to act. The impreusaon
seems to prevall that there wil. ue a legal
contest over the affair whether the reis
try olaes are kept open or closed tomor
row. The decision to clme wil undoubtedly
work hardship upon some who expected
to be able to rgistsr to-morrow. The
totalr vote as registered in the county of
ilver Bow when ther r-" tratio hooks
comed at 10 o'lock oMa Lh4 wua about
as foilows: Dimmire o. 1. Walker
=- ' 1.7,1 . No. Court house. Eatte.
. 6, No.rtb. Park rdLc tk ;
1,178 No. a. ast Park stre., lButti,
.o; No. L. Meade-rile . 6U; No. 7. South
,lutt-, 1i7; No. 8. Burliurtonl (tihntatd li,
400; No. U, iliver Bow. 100; No. 10, M.
('une's, 17t~ No. 11, Ftely'.s. J; o. 12,
Metlroe, 71. The total vote- east in the
wounty last fall was 7.I2. TbI ra-iu tered1
rote this year therBfore e**z that
polled last year hy 1.18D. Beikle a great
many a voter were undouabtedly
(dlstmfrancl d the renurkabhl ruling of
aome of the reftry agint. John Kir~y
a registry al.a.t sitrict No. 3. it this city
was ipartkul rly ranlk auld nmanayr Inle
who were entitld to re.iater In hlm orici,
auid nunhbereM who werrt legaly eltitletd to
rgii*stev in that distric't, were r-'fiemud tih
rlhviletl, uIplnMI trivial trchniklultli. by
tw ilullaagialte whonli tll I ountlllsli)ioSlrl|
appnletetll to cmt ass regliteru.r.
Kirby toluay laul a y)oIluar lua1l IaaM*seil
Rowa.l arrumwtl upolnI a c.lare. of I-rjpry. I
Rowan we-lt into ai^rhty*' otliv-e to re-gil.ter
and mi ic-rtl time tk.k-ln.tntilonlal uilnwM-rilm'd
to tie- n<ietmranry ulathl. wl-lni ni. h. hltrinarl
lilunhiIf a .itiltie of ti.. I'liit<eld .iMtcm.
W'ihes. Kirbly we.s tIo enter tiiis. tnine tIIIule
thu raIrister It- aur;el rowian if Iwt w-.as
bIrII tio ti e States. RowanI ri|li-4l in tim.
inegative. Karlby tiletl askkl lini for his
persr. Howna, remplitel It er.ver ladl
taken out t a.iINr of Iuturalimatlioi, Is
consilkltrl nuselulf a citisen of tli· i'nitU-l
Statesw IualuMse h laid lived Ihere sln* inc
he wa. s eigt years of ae anlld him fatlt'r
waN a naturalslatl citisi of tlw 'llitb-l
State. at the til e of youssrl Rowans's liirth
abroad. Kirhy inanilitat-ly flew into a
pasieoi asnl dlerlaretu he wou0ll teachli lkni
a Ihawon. Kirby calilc ani otilcer aiil o<
ltnere Rewan's arrwet. HowaUa was tuaken
to auil aul Kirhy run*ed aroiindtl town, to
findl m . iiue .trate< wlio woti( isluse a
warrantt for tin- arrest of tlw ainsiu who
wa alreuuly in Jail. TiMh wurra.st was
finally obltunlldl fronm JiedHl Hoplkinis buit
not liefnor- lRowami' frie.nld haul olbtauimtl
a writ of lhal-la* cerlpus. Tihe mltter wuH
finally Mettltd for tie pwnt-MIlst by Rowuan
hringl re-leauedl imuan a llvc ie hunri-l dollar
all. TIn- opinion prevails hlrr t liat
Kirhy ham Ix'-et entirely tunM fant int lhin
The Real l Ma. IRecerd.
Ilpeelal to the Itian.dawl
Durrz. S4ept. iL-The following tra ns
bia of real ertate were recodekd at the
county recarder's ofikce at Butte today:
AdamaFaraday to Wm. Walter., a hi
on ath norhwest g r fd Uwe n&lip
le a ............ .. I Ga
A. Ir. pryto Hattie M. PttCru. .a lwar
of hA it n Idock II of putte tows.
likte........ .......................... IJIU oD
Martha A. Noyes of WEpo;alt
fotal., to Hannah life of tte.
W11 of that Iwhoam of the Ivst WIpaa
etahekdt he,7 '4RaY·W.......ruc
WJa.M.Jat. to the ?Nortwrn I.
r ad IMuontana hallway ('o.. kit
emu. 11, i township ý i It T wen.. . W OD
torn lode maiming datjm in ahummit Val
It .liui ti T~rwa Trut. IN 1
in hkwk ln I Iavia Ilawnad' a.1
6mma to the town ot f itt........ I,. a
(len. W oudrwurth to 'mn. L arlia. ',
Lots II. t2and I', blck E7. Bptle.... MI Em
('lorad.' $I~omeLknag &t Mining . tot'.
W. Newton. Haraz5 bas is liuinag
elahm in Stauast rValy..VUI ... .. I so
Michame A. Hkkey In Kit Hkkey lii.
urfiWe En o the lhzzie' 'SM
Miningn1 claim ....... . r... 110G
W.J.MNaMara to John I lur
hit d In Ib.Nk 2 Inu the townudit' oIn then
taven kalar ,lslab. rtusglnrt aulk'ý
MIniUg d.Laiwt ...............u. ...... 1::. 11
PatreaL*l Up T.eir assre.umse*.
n1r4ed to t1w stariarnl.
BLrrz. Sept. 14.-- TIhe nsma Kimball and
his wife have .ottled their dtimcttltiu alHI
are again living togetlher in apparent
peace and harnony. Shinn, the had man
who causdl the trouble in the Kimball
househokl, ha bee n rtnonced by the
wonman. Kimhball and Shina were botntlh
arra ined in police court to-nilht and
not guilty to the charge of attempt
ng to use deadly weapons. Their trial is
sect for sMonday at 3 o'clock. All three
have been released on hail.
TOLD IN A LINE OR TWO.
Baby carriages at east at the Bee Hive.
Picture frames made to order at the Bee
Loarks epaired and keys fitted at the
Complete line of eartridges at Anacon
da Hardware Co's.
Go to Hawes for fine work in photo
Dres.ed spring chicken on lee at C. M.
Excellent is the finish of Hawes's photo.
Guns for rent at Anamconda Hardware
Have you seen those fine hanging lamps
at the Bee Hive?
Estes & Conllll have received tlwir new
fall stock of clothing.
Guns and anlmunitionl at the Analilda
Photographs in all the latest noveltits
at Hawes's Palace Studio.
Pl.shes, only : rents. now offernd at
Estes & Conatell Mearcantile Co.'s.
For style, good goods and a Iprfect fit.
go to Estes ('onnell's for your clothiang.
Losdkdd shells at Anaconda Hardware
New underwear, over-shirts, nlak wear,
huats aind calp, hoots and sloes, at Estes
Guns and rifles at Anacolda Hardware
Ladk.., remenmber the 88 cent pluines at
Estes & Connwll Mercantile Co"'s. Tihey
are in all shads.
After the 16th inst. Mr. B. F. Mahan
will receive the mining stock quotations
of the St. Louis market daily.
Ladies esxamine the D. J. HenneIsy
Mercantile Co.'s fall stock of wraps and
Jackets for street wear.
It you want a good Domestic, Imported
or Ke West cigar, go to D. Tiet.in's
cigar so, rner 1st and Oak streets,
Estes & Connell are marking their new
stock of clothing and furnishing goods ..t
prices that will please all who want frst
If you want a suit of clothes made to
order call at Estes & Connell. They have
over 300 samples to select from, and gua
antee a perfeet ft.
Call and see those plushes at .8 cents at
Estes & Connell Mercantile Co.'s
The D. J. Hennecsy Mercantile (o'm
pmany leads apettia In men's fine
clothing, underwear and neckwear.
The Montana launber & Produce com
pan will name you bottom price on ha,
and feed in large and small lots.
hey carry the larges stock in town.
The undersigned, having discontinued
hi. busines, bereby autboriase Mr. N. H.
Mor5.p to collect all outstanding bill and
give receipt. for the amne. Wag. StivEr.
mspeuta at Ctiar Deaser.
It lPou wast to suta your customers In
T~trea' t ta t mad. c order at D.
Oak s~.t., Amaaoada, Moot.
WHAT JUDGE DE WOLFE DID SAY.
We pns/ms Anty Uewment Telunas I.
In a rstar adulimrd to the editor of the
Ileaim. Jesrwe r.eeuardis a meaet coas
wr.verer, Jads De Wolfe makes tIhe tbe
In yr ppr of today's' Isue I observe
a c~ammnrmt.o feesI Mr. W. A. Buemwell
SAt amwmasma, in which he denies eretain
statemewta attrIbuted to me hrb a writer of
elas Iiprdf Inh regard to what was raid
I· ta speakers at a banquet of the
Pmtat.lt. OrIder of the Susn of Annerkia,
held in Amronda In thel month of J~ul
last, ai which I attended hr invitation of
some rmemer. of lth a.der. Mr. Buawell
assumes In his c.nmmunicatlon that I have
been corertlF wp eorl. and thereupon
mesaes ne orf tatlis what it not true. It
might, I sahould think. hlave arPrreel to
Mr. uBeaswll that lueew papr as "re liable
amnd truthful" as tlhe. JI*.wadene mnmt -
tinmes r. port ouae l teorIe.iy:; ailnd that a
regarter was as ILable to lo ot naltta4ke. in
reportinar an l-terv iew aas I In etatitng ill
It is tnea I numa" ,.uw sactlea-toN-.lts to a
reoorITer nil the Isdr..aultetu as to what war
--kl o th.er .x aeaskl temrld to. l.ut I dikl
su.t state or Inltinate to hin m sene thiing
attributed to Ime In hl. report. I certainly
did niot state thlt any of tiue spaeakers allh
del" to Catholbic heamrnllg whlol shouse.i,"
nor did I ay anything which crunkl he tre-u
tumi Into an Cxpresm'ia of the klnd. I
dild state that nes of the lspeekers uallur*L
to sme lscool il thilnk In Buttes whielc
was cawon.hsred by a Catholic. and then
stated that he was cunen tc preskle over a
m'hool. Without attempting to repeat the
lauag"me eused to the reporter, t sbut
stance of it was that. Ians, the. sCll
mnetts aund utteranres of mast of the
speakers an the oe. . .,n. I tlko.llt the
ten.ikency if not alma.. of tll or
der was to create distlnctiknm between na
tive and naturalilaed citius aned to array
onea against the other. a naowvenesnt. In ef
feet. to revive the ex anoded doctrines of
thei Know Nothling party under a new and
highiaueneelicag manse: thlat, leeia called
upIsl. I eap..ewsel suy diamasct to the .senti
ment. s uattered by te different spea.kers
who prerecikl lne. and ek'epre·ratl any
movemanwnt nI.aias for its pemrpse. the -rm
ation of distisstioese hbetween dilffrent
clssese of Anmrkiarle cltwnns as toe any
political righbt or priviages, a ,relltilent
which I still nhkl, and wisha neilther to re
tract or qualify. I hesitate atxeut ruslaiuI
into prinlt ahbcat a mnatlter whikh is mainly
personal, anII aeler ortinarly clrellse
stances would let nmirr.pretentat.kls. piass
unnioticecd haut ar state ntnwts ursec as tiae
writer In thel Inudeplredeet bas attrilutedt to
ne are calculated to do nme an Iajtary lan
an oicial as well as private, capacity. I
d(eeM it irecnwr to cornet then.
Mm. aWeat bI.YP.
ilI¢I.KX 1. !k~i~enl'lieN I1.
Advertised L.4.v LI.
Le~tters renuiasing ~uwllalm~uI lan Atna
enewla poutoffle for the wetek lkluidig
Kept. 14. Iwo:
Asa'Siram l.surik Johlnwmi, Auguwi
BreemI. O). Y. Juww. I Iv.
krn.wm i. Frank Kau liu a, M Ikn
Brownu. (4wmwge Kiallar Knrl
htnrn/k. 4 ('has. I.yumum. ilea. Mamie
(amuh l lltauu.141 lynch. Mitssi Ka.
4 'arls.,. Inuauoaaa ~ 1ý'wh. JuttED
('IarnuikhIl. I. If. .alm.Mw, Jauss..
('zr..4N447611 M.4.sslre. Mns. M~an.s
Mil ty'rm. A. It.
(`e n". ,.1hnM.Kenns. Ii.
t'3kIrn. 1'..J. M."llim. A. It.
I )anrlwr,. Isri M it.hell. .lsnwu
iuahlagr. .ini,, Marrihy. hairek"
Iloyk.. Timamumu %rlhuwi A.
Slunlhuugth, .1411111 Oxen.&t. Thaitu
lbmna,., S1t.4r 4 )wtflM, Ilergetr
lkkaagn. 4mlrrta· Iegitw. .Iaullts
/:serat~. la.n'itrg P114. PrIf. J.
4:amatbisr ('. I'.*et.ui, M~iss Ihra.
4Km,.tn, biiI ft..auwr. K am
t rumnt. ltIua.ll. :1 94NI1.riuan4I. Meta. 1... z
Iulagain. Mtiwu I hilia r. a; nr:,ml,g iIju.Iwi
Ital-3a1. itasm. TsTIsar. AIIh.m1
Itsirley .Ia.atk alatou. Fa-nk
J.layiw. W~alt4r We als, Fra-nk 'k.
JaIauh 4nl. tart Whilel. ('harlets
la calling for l15+ «"letter. the all)li4L:1a1t
iminsit eall fur advertlnr~d kitter. sand ive.
miate of thint list. On.. cent will Ise- (41
etei foar eewh letter. If not cralld fore
withimn two week. they will he weant to thle
ekacul k~ttr oftlde. B F. MAHAN. P. M.
Dratry Two 1emmad"s.
The registry hbnks showed 1.!94U IInane
oln tmh llst, at the clam- of husineuws last
night. It is alartnolnced tlhat ti oft(lk will
tw kept oeng todlay. It ins pih hable. how
.ever, that tlw iunhr of lnawluine tukkd to
the roll will he malll. It will he se'es by
this Ilrnin's dispatels.w. that Ino agree
nxlit lan beu reals-tl regaringr tim
question of a Sunday nrgrisry. TIewr
wen 575 . alus renported farut Carroll last
All ac.ountns due the Water ('onparny
nmust be paid at timrir onice in ltwi Stamadavls
hauikling tbefre thl 15th of eah moncnth.
for the prnec.ling month, or explwnn of
collectilng will .e askl~l, and dtlus servku..
stopped. Hereafter, thIe im blished regias
.aitaons of tht ciln Ia)mny inleh-llilnag tIue f.rn
gilugr, will he. rigidll.v lmfouree'i. ( )life hotars
8t a. se. to t p. ns. 1). V, HAL.I.AlAN, S*.-.
'I I1E Zfontnna Laultxur & PrvxIxu'£ P1o,11
lxany un" 11ow nveu·1aii11l aury1( ("on~iiyl
anthracite andlt Hex·L Spri11Q. ev aI M·lr/r~tc"tl
.*".I*Ni3~iI for futiuliy lam-. wihi("tI they gain
IE1)£1Irt41 to fsamisha toEron Elrn.IIIIEE :at Uet
join priet*.. inn Mnntall Iotrne or by ti. (Mar
e cm N'A-. Tlr.
MicKivor & Co. want inie"an itlffl)Et£ Atei y
to (II rullrotl gtnuing work at Anarovnda.
Wage.. hrilkrw, $2.2. andE aolnvekErN. 1AJ2)
} t Apply at cutup. hy ar F (hay
Brik okaa, eruct of city.
The alvertis.anwnt of I. J. Hrunne.,y
Mercantile 'o., will remind our lady nrrl
er that the winter i» at hand and it i.
tinme to look arnnld for fall adl winter
garments. ('all and look over their s-tuk.
Wanted Snat .iman.
As bookkeeper or accounts to post, by a
competent man. Goodl city rerferefle
given. A.drlzm A. Dickey, tare of Stand
Mr. Chant. piano tuner, fr-om the well
known Afrm of Easty ('asnp, ('hir..o i I
making a short stay in Butte and will vsit
Anaconda next week. Orders for tunsing
should be sent care Montana Hotel.
Wela ys, wa. t a drink, nao . ntter how
coonpl~iated n constructaon. or a gorod
cigar, all at "Okiahomna," which ucc.a
( the site of Ike Quinn's fo~rmtr sa
The E.ses & Connell Merrcantile Corn
s l now offering plusdes in all asad"s
Ladies, call and see those 38 cent
plusmhe now on sale at the Estee & (on
,l-U Mereantile Co.'s.
PFor the latest patterns an carpets go to
the D. 4. eanasy Mereantile Co., corner
Oak and irst streets.
Sei D. . Henanm Mercantile Co.'s
dress goe and plusbse at 4 cenats.
NOTES FROM PHILIPSBURG.
Oat. Uawklnm U1sci t Jail - Te -l-Irs
1spe al to 11we Ntaadard.
PHI PMKLnau ra, Sept. 14.- The trial of
Col(. Hawkins for brteakig Into the mine
belonilng to the Philipsursg Mining and
Milling £onagrpua., oecuw.'d as Granite. t.
dme. resulting in the, ol(onel Ruing urn.,
tugwtl to thlrirty days rotllnnunt. wad eo
pay a line of 6100. The morning after
hisarnsat far the above ofedn.m. he pee.
Leerse charges ugainst the Philipshuar
Missing and Milling cempusny for disturbr
Lug him in his px'aceful pomwusein of the
Vanderbilt mlii'. hbut the ease went
against Sait,. and a- wasr lned SD.) and
custs. ThM' Pbtilipsl uag Musing and Mill
ing IY.i.aeny thetn elsargid Saint with hurgr
lamy im lm'-skins isstn tel'ir mitni.
The' c.ai~a.a.-l as1kesI for is et'hnati ref venuea
whklsh was' gnataste.I hll. withI the. atiXW.
Tea lias .wtime- tIaiaisl ay a. w.'huuau kmamamts
t. . -ies- Irish V wlah." u-at (,nuai
Wans lanrakr a lus as, lust 111i IIvlev s'a uta
knowu asi r tyun st sisallIt,.'. t.rwit ar thaue.
tlsaunas'ud~ elailhurs weartls eaf ralea.ulh'es' c~ats
sistling af seals. eldi~aae'asds. iw., sa"alskiaa
clIeks,. .e'.l4 *tla suh (leaeak. .u seat of silver
wanr. andl vssver trhnke"t'e. The. litkk~ity
of the- ls·aglarw in suskasawn. The argislary
was. muse tdiscovr.-al usntil thise ne iln'g.
'I'hc Gretat Paninle lk Intiit !
At "Tiw M.'t.1afls 11.4.4". K.iom v.
FOUR DAYS UNTIL SEPT. 17.'
D.. D. H. ORAY.
TUTU KITIACTID VITENT PAIN.
DR.t 4aIAY deew% Sut IIJIIN, aaythlh .eutilde.
ItH. cwue.t ugle*. H. ngwratrt wyith twit "
e"',cl .krlr ckctrlgmIsIc. eUntaui r t.eth. t, mnttrer
how mauchb LgavnIr.. In Jllfrult.&y. ..r uaomitirly
Mutale.g. Itor (agw l tdlffel r fruits what .Ilae"aj. the
pmtiett asay 1w ewaffe.,-i, jeeallir ey without twin
W bhns Iby uu*mnun .of f ETA lIZI l1 AlIt. which
ban Iewue adsniaslgtejeel toe iCer NUbmNi withuult
ty l.uul e.fRlet. Tilt, c sdyie prim ues Iby whilech
I t4w6.c clot IcM .iitraci*.t. without Ie tit.
A 1114' eIy frnaieche. Se eat. l n ink strict. 1w
twtrc Fourt~h new flifha. Hcajultas'hfr twoc u
I (nwru. : 1t 4%S .
?4;T34K EIV 3LbAUI. SEIO
Them will tiee an e-Itkiem heltd Lm the eltL eat
Anac-ndar elmo Triuira dut. hW. limits day sit eiefwr.
4. in. Satiate. i a ut him thenr will iot. meemiemmaitted to
the.- ea saaile1.ei e.eeer~e eaf .aide elI)". ih." apeammet. aeeis
tea wi.4ie..r tier alwut ocif cl.Sm of tim" Imumeal. e the.
city 4,fAt .4au.emaatt ..ini alll* Iaeei.m.el Ilihl time ereeilt
of slle city. te ruimn feor Ittae teico feat te .";ti, u. ai
to dhaw : imu-r ic-mit *wr uelomaemm rIe-re-eelr t.e fr
ith- IasarLwmeeof .cit -eeatroiaellm swe~.wr. ine suimel elt).
Thime veilig plalee t tIme- aw·tearal warnde. will lee
tihe mBlaltor ea eleawiltha I Ii.) the- eamt y cemmlmlim.
aiosmara for time- genmerael eleet leema, e iw" IekhI riaee
lay the. firt detal) oel 4h-telr. A. Ii. lee-Ic.
Tbrhe. J119" amd clerk sf ,. l1i e-leu.etkn will tic
tle. M anm lw-rwhetee ele·ltiate-l Iby 1w leemaret of
emmonl ) emaammimmeeiitefleree tat act .M aescim at time . is..w
raI e4-lle~ te he et l lied Time-amlal). I tue. Itre ycldy uf
tketeelwr A I. lt.9'. withinim thme* elty oIf Amnatmlea.
Aty eeIfelr of the. lily Iuamite-il eft lie laly oe
J. it. IkiAllnN.v lily Clerk.
Warm Spring ivery Stable.
The Fineus Turusmut. In Ausemoela. New anld
LANDAUS, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
FIlN NEW IIKAIIIIE.
htwr KAII)l .K lti/lt4IºM feor Iaelle anamul trnts
are t1 ime ".itam-e Sn tme. new !44aie..
CHABdW. FRENCH. Proprietor.
Fimri Mtsre. Writ ea Main, Auae.eanela. Mdaut.
R. MRN DOLI,
t' .Ite.F.a.tE·l-: e*%ji aim-I- ai.n *-.aY. aI
CHOICEli IFA MI lY GR( )ClIki IEs,
YKaterleiat Erceim Freatts. aimne Tiable Vegoetaielem
Tieim, A Ae.Meilte aa. eLee!Ts.
FIIsT ein-t, - A.A.'u.NUA. %14aST.
-- I),.S.KN 1 -
Fresh Game, Oysters and Fish,
Liquors. C ars. Cand.es. Nuts and
Fru ts. Butter. Fresh Eggs, and
COJNTRY * PRODLJC
A A*l4'lr'lALT -
Ea&t First Mtr.rt. Aonaa.nda. Mont.
THE ARCAI)E SALOON
('ormrr Front adl Main Mtrrrta.
The Finest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Cigars
To be found in the rity eomtantly on bant
An Elegant Free Lunch
nervrr boah Day anud Niht.
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
THE HANDSOMEST IN ANACONDA
At nearsonabe Kates.
I Maim Lr.. NW FrnaL. caAL. 3thBua.
Having Closed Out a Large Line of
Of a Manufacturer we Offer
FOR THIS WEEK! .
A Full Line of Ladies', lisses', Children's
and Boys' Underwear at
WORTH MORE THAN DOUBLE !
Come at Once as the Quantity is Limited.
A. S. SCHLHEIM.
ANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
MAIN STREET. - - - ANACONDA.
Something New I
Peerless Brand Gray Rosin-Sied Sheathing.
The cheabses. and nast durable boeaidig paper.
'luau to handle, WalSrtproaa.
NO SHRINKAGB IN MEIGHT. NO MlRSTi.
Put up In rolls a inches wide, 1,000 quare feet in eas roll. O.ly SD per el.
ONLY $4.50 P8OR R LV.L..
Straw Brand welt 14.0 pounds per 1.000 qmuare feet. Multiplyb 40 b. yar pres per
00 pounds and mee whawt 1.000 mquar feet costs you.
A Choier Line of S-toves at Attractive Prices.
F INE LPHl-OTOGRAPHS.
My Work is all First-Class and of the Latest
Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
Over Peters' Stpe, Amace. a.
MacCallum & Coutier,
Wholesale and Retail denes oi
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Anyone in the town of Champion desiriag G'II
Goods. Boots, Shoes. Gents Furnik im etc,.
obtain them at our general
ORO FINO at city prices. -