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FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20.
E L NS OPERX HOUSE.
MU.IR ~wrlI aU tkw*9ueie tu v.# '
Theds1b issewd f th tbh. - -ssr ia
this a4 Is rvlmpaud by A. T. PIalbsv,
dvrrawINb law d.ws The record for yen.
wd.r was: ta. msa..,degres; 12 ma., 77
dsuwei 4 p. aw., 75 deuresi; U p. m., !S
A uuO ljdss Mte M adard willdU b ro.
ON wli.e Noaseissa. $. ora ofIe aisa. y
C d " K, Nd.i albr. AdvwwLdt.u
vhe~- be &msrsed a L. buIeuMus.. q.
Nadsd &.dldiaeww o f Maos .ad
ABOUT THE CITY.
Messrs. Mulveahll Ftlyn yesterrday
bdim leof the I X L restaurant to Mrs
m. recently arrived in town
iL the matter at the tie between W. J.
Jomason and A. L. Kepland. tor th
Ri bs, a turn . the dic gave the
to Mr. John .
M. Kirkpatrirk, a talented and forcible
speaker. will akddrer the denmoratic rally
at EvaSn's hll toeorrow evening. A large
attendance iL sure to geet him.
A. L. Kemplasnd is putting up a hand.
somed drabke dwelling oa Kast . eont
reae. It wil be of brick, two stories
ighb. CwQgeove Hrhbers are the eou
A valuable brne belosaging to W. J.
Johnson was found dead in the stable
yesteay morningl. The animal had heen
driven TmLesday and showed no signs of
Work oa the Iew haulldinrags at (arroll is
progreqinig rapidly. Thl silve.r mill was
started up yemtelday and a part of the con
e.etrator. The entlie pluailt will soon be
in full operation.
Johna Sllival. who was taken to )eer
Lodge several days ago charged with die.
terbing thde aawe, was brought into the
teo cart yeusterday asnd on exasnlsa
was oruald to be inslane. He was
taken to the asylunm at Waran Springs.
Morris rudnman rtmunes htuiness to.
day in ti Mk-hel huildinkt, on Mali
smwet, oppmite the pstoMee. He has a
now and comaplete stock and his enter
pris gettisgw out i way sae ne after
Amfoue the proedming mininala proper
ties in this vkinalty is the Derwood, located
als miles southeast of this city, aso Clear
essek. It is owned ib a joint stolk crun
patsy ceposed of Anarosda, St. Paul
and Minneapolis people. The ore is sliver
earins. wiath a vein of four feet three
Ilches and has na s as high as 816 oaunces.
A depth of 112 feet las been resu acht and
a de and a nighlt hift are now at work
A aad oems MurLk.
Ground will be Iwbken to-day for the
buildings to occupy the site of thus* re
cently destw.yeld by fin., at the torner of
Main and First streets. They will hIe two
stories high with blasemetalts. The Iaiws
ment of the nornr bulildinlg I innlltlded
four a bartbr shop to the oualliel by J. F.
Duncan. It is not known who will cecupy
the first flokr, beat the srcoead will rbe lilttl
ur for olatle. Already B. P. Mauhau and
r. H. W. Se.Ltlwlns have elsarlglel a Ilaun
aer of talesn. The. Starr builhlnlg will
have a to5 foot frmetagae ot First street.
The prinaiiI will, it is uludersta.enl e enx
Eupied rlapertively iy (). F. )t narhl.iu
and "*ke" Qealinn, tfr saloon pel.ar
No tinm will ie lo.t in the err.tIon of
these structures and they will certainly
add mulch so tlie appearanee of the corner.
.att u...s App.earmws.
FSets are now selling at Martin's store,.
Main street. far the Patti Rosa casedy
aomnpan at Evans's opera house next
Moeday and Tuewday evenings. Mim
Rams has been received with enthusiamm
everywbere she has appeared. The Lanu
doa Mor..neg Pit sars of her: 'Tbhes is a
LeY UY tlf is irriittiFU anal is bound to
p ahse laughter froam tn most gruen e
mue. sw no msoneer leaves the stage
a her audience wish tfor er reappear
!u . Wepellgaaa Uaay.
Ameouda psuepublenas have made a -
IaegeInense for a grand rat.lation meet
gto i e held iL Evans's opera bare
t Uaurdv eveing. Te la cnad eom
jI aanonasionnrod a the orat.or for
m.sui. Thme gsaP nemtan I. .ne. at
prmiment maesers of thes
Srtn the urthwes. He is a
rree gifts as a campaign
In the arena of debate few
iin ýitani. ate a matcb for him.
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Imeantnesp ma Pwsems..
PtMie eerl buine was very light ye.
*The day p-los Bob Daod d&
hea hisseis r. prhomie to leave
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GRAND RLJ.LY AT BUTTE.
miseg v wr se h a e tb
.II r lta tev-.
ne th s n the ity n
tLer lon. Gs g.e o '. M ' fr
retatlr. MT ot.r ept. w8.-Tbh dearm ts
dm ver ow clusty Hilvd eow cset wpat
provaed ee the largest and moms ehanst i
uastle lly of d h cmpain so fari te arao.
aineb thein prerem.s.a in th city of
lsh Hon. Gewor g W. 'aseklyft ureay tnee
grameaanu fro Nevada. a mann of natineal
rpamtatien . Tha mdeti wass hrei bl itn
oper br whirbu waso crowtls to ton
doors. Prior toe the nr etina dtu varos
demnorrtte clubs o Nilver Bow couunty pe
aided. tn streets ealded e . mots ofr
mucs. land m.aking an t rkrin.g arrmy.
After the parhe hade had beens e ted
an imensens aedoee assenmbled in
hor onem hore. Hon. G. W. Stapleton.
ensrs rom the trritorial dNeada M.i
amnittee for Silver Bow . ut pon -unc -
aided. Aen trothe . l r.ent tionort
th dmtt r who oaui ed smae e the plat.
far. werel: ienk W. P. win. Joseph
K. p larki M. Krkpatrink, T. V. Coertneyo
W. J. Penarose. Johln ( pee A. H. Bar
J. W. Murph. hetll utte P. J.
OUl and laotrey Laves. (theadm
K rs thens inatodu Mr. C'askt.y
ri. thaet be bad twice tea.a elected to
ngaress fro the state ol Nevada. Mr.
(aey was relvedas wit nd eac applause
aeed ade what a uwill st ally petin to ne
the deemocrmtic cahuse er presented
an Bintt. He w hegas oby statin-g
that w e had not come to Bdete to take
part in the campalin, aut was hse on
private huntianes, aned ey d in n ted to
speak e at thee urgent soldemctati p of
isc Thrieds. He was a demoacrat thow
ever, uandr was willlg at all times to do
Tashe .ltoy o be leoni to the icr-ty
hade written paquire ad mowith the brightL
und n the world's htoral. Demn ratie
wisdomC bac ofla the feai don~a i of thisa
been otake and everyn the r n it coau
and sted to the peits of. The orator
te.d The dedo sratic party o ad ofate
ver qestion. He did not see how an hn.
est mn in ta ilver th u lntrts a n of te cou
avo all the land elan ingr to the rrls
o mindth the slnae temption of Alaskar
d been which e ad moe than that
unnder the lan demorat adminetratlon
soDn nn ann aces of the public dosnain bad
John taken .away fomn the corporatios
and restored to the people. The orator
tno puased to a corsaeation ofh the siln
aver question. He aod l r t see d ow an h on
est man in a siver producLng state coukl
vote for the reputblian party. He called
to mind the demonertisation of silver in
1871, whLih he denounced as a
clandestine schoeme e1 neered
John Shernss. From to
no repubhlican had risen in Ils seat in the
national lelglature to do anything for il
The Bland silver bill was intrmloesed by
a democrat fromn Misneorl. As it imuaed
the denwmoratk houmse it provkled for the
ret and unlimited coinage of sllver. In
the repueldkoon snlate it was cripplId so
as to provide only for the c niagea of a
nmaxilmu of .0000 a muonth and a
mininnam of iSiu00iu0. Even then tast inz
repulk-cans voted for it, and all
the rest Nalinst it. Every democrat but
one' votesr for it. Ninete its passage
reublkcaIn adanlnistratltmns hall only per
mltted tie .oinLe of tlhe mnllinmumn
amLount. In the entire history of the sll
ver legislatih there was never a time
when more than ten republican senators
couald he seredrwl to support any umeasure
in favor of silver and there never was a
tinme when ks tihan twersty-five dleno
cratic senators dld not sal port such nmeas
ures. Four-apfth of the republicans of the
east were opposed to the silver litterewts.
and four-itimh of the denoerats of the
east were lII favor of the ppeple's eoneey.
The speaker stated that Senator Stewart,
in recent eoslveruatious with hltn. had ad
nulted that the onlry hope of gettlla favor
oble acrtion in the siver numatter in the se
ate, was by avoiding committee reports
on the subject. (eneral Sherman was
still ehlirman of the. llna-nae eomnmittee
and a hitter anId determined nesty of sil
ver. It was impnmsiblle to oet favoralhk
action in the lmatter of silver legislation
in the United Mtates menate without action
by the finanrce connuittee.
The orator then made an impam
s.oned appeal to the people to elect
a dlesorratc legislature that two
dent.eratk. mUesators mnight heI
sent froen Montana to help the oolitkical
cmnplexion of the senate. Unlme thls
were aemrnlualished silver could not he
henefitted. With a kdemneuatic majority
in the senate the pricipal la.waurht of
Montana would th- inertasedl 21 per cent.
Mr. Ca(sily. then dis.mssd.l tthe reordc of
the two parkties o the matter of ('hinese
exlthslo,ti. stating that Blen Harrison had
always heaI opposl) ed to snacl restrictive
kiyislatiom. He statet that nIow. owitin to
recent eeriseiurn of nlhpubllican e alillet
olteefrsl.the Iars luhad INisa piracteially takenmI
dlownl aull tlhe etotlie" aalal enter Aullerienhl
ports suafely. He showed that tie alllliW,
sion of iMol)taa. was hdue to a demlcuratic
house- and a dueireacrie Iprlesi.lenit. He
then mpaaetl l to the ariff quaerntionl, show
mii that the Mills hill adlvuc-at.edI a rldue
titnl of the tariff fronmI 40 to 42 per cent.
and onuly placed seven artkiles on the free
list. altbhm.h the hepublk-an national
platform hud t decnlaed that thi tariff must
not he triflted wit. He stated that the
democratric arty wlshed to correct the in
alqualitie of the ariff by incrensing the
tax on luxuries and dereasing thei ta
on the poor man's necessitkies.
Mr. ( .ssry's effort was listened to withl
the gremtest attention and he was fre
quently interrupted by apiplaue. At tihe
conclusion of his speech the great audil
ence chlemrln enthusiastically and gave
three hearty cheers for democr.ratkic m
A. aa, o'clock yesterday afternoon
o urred th weddling of Mr. Frank
Kennedy and Mlss Lottie Ellenhbaker,
of this city. The cerenmony took
iee Oat thbe rpsklen a of ulnerln
SNttlmnn nnd was
witnessed by the Immediate members of
the feamlr. The marriage serviee was
by Rev.. . E. Nies, rsector of St.
Y 's e burc. Several friends of Mr.
Kennedy and his carmn bride were at
the Montana Union d t las evening to
onatulaeto them and to ower them
whrie as they started on their wedding
tour, whih is to to tke them to Omaha_
where Mr. Kennedry' pr.ento will meet
them. On their return, Mlr. and Mrs. Ken
nedy will snake their hmne in this city.
The best wisbew of a large company of
friends go with the happy bride and
As bookkeeper oc acooonta to post, by a
competent amn. Good city vrefercmc
givm. Adda... A. Dick.yr, cars o Stand
Tbe only and orkilal Oklabom. boom
.r Q ala l Is dM m eml is liquid.
d.I... .t' old
FIRE CLAY BRICK.
As Am. A .ds meas~pA A.emmug em-W
In Aaugus, I,. M. lls. oi this cit.,
dliso ve.d a re. clay brak tige ahaeat
two mMleas at hlr.. Upon a thoeimuP
tst the m a lteemtalsnesd wrs md to
he serreea~ba in every way ba ASe brick,
and a eompamyr was qickly at.aad to
deveop the . A aeando amd Dr-e
Lfdle me t.k bod ad the pwyme mand
the ceapagmey ehse br oru iss. Phi. -.
Eva.., premidest, J. L Vas Ou*aw, vice
w hundred yards east 7this- _1, aad
uader the aasagement of W. M. Thump
m t t makng of bricks was begun.
The enterprl langbshed at Ar, but as
the omnlre was amast ext.enismve e, acon
pi.lg 1i ) acms, ast l the clay proved sa
sftrac-ry, tler enpany lkl not despair.
It int a numlaele bhaiehs a capacity of
$1oM tOrtak per day, a klna caol.i
uarningl 3I.r(n eve.ry twelve .eu Mr we·nt
ahead under a ew . nauge.enat.
During the preset year the wark Ihave
been taxed to their utmst to A1ll marekte
aind t raely happem thatt hey havle any
Mrock on haml. Their brick i suhipped
feron Spokane Falls on tin wes to =vin-.
asor eamt.rl from nortb to moutb thougt
est the territory. It Is found to compare
favorably with any other brick brought in
heir. and soae oft mining aud milling
companIm l I1 thin se tion ame it ew.'eanively.
The works ar t nw under the loeal nsa
aslesnest of W. W. Turesy, who i proving
himself an eleIient nmas. As the pruw
capacity is in carea. of the kiln, a new
kiln in bei cowsthruted, whic, hwhen
capletemd will enuble the e- lmn-nt
to work to its fullest capacit. In addi
tion to this a kiln for the burninget eoam
moaw premed brick was recently built. It
has a oapatcty of 9) y09, and the trial kiln
just hbearned proves o beae success.
The Anaconda company, which uses a
large anmsnt of fr clar bricks, lha its
own works her. Its brick is made of
Montana iry, obtained in this vicinity,
comMned with Colorado and Tho.mpson
Palls clay. The comupany has recetty
put In new and Improved maachnery.
J. M. Ellis, the discover of the Moan
tans Fire Clay Brick company's min., has
a mine of similar character and extent
adjoining it. He is the sole owner at
present, but as the property is a Arm-claus
one, he expects in the near fatue to put
it in the hands of a company.
Until tlhe discovery of fire hbick clay in
thbis ounty Colorado brick dminate.l
the narket, ht t is found that the nate
rial obtained here is fully as serviceable
as that imported, and it is safe to predict
that in the near hIture Montana e clay
brick will beome the staple article nla the
northwestern states and territories.
ARRESTED IN HELENA.
Charges srseht Aglast W. . Webb I-
Coamases.e Wit&h ometLea vIet.
A telegra.s printed in the STAWoAwn
yesterday nortoig announced that Wll
ai B. Webbhh wasr arreted in Helena
Tuesday on a warrant, charging him with
appropriating funds of the United States
while actin as secretary of e ts imdtory.
Mr. Wetbh was removed from that office
in April of this year, his mruce.wor being a
republican applolatetl by Prresident Har
The Helena Josures l devotes nearly a
coas n of l space to tell of the hasty chase
made by Marshal Wheeler in pur
stit of Mr. Webbh, whotse hteadquarters
have lately hbeets in this city, at the roonlu
of the llenoeratlik contmnittee. Accordline
to its account the marshall tbecnse greatly
alamrned let khi prisoner shimokl get away
andl tek.graphled to Butte to have the Aa-r
.enelas train hkld, so that he Imighlt surely
rget his, Ual in tine.. TIcW traits was not
e.ltI. auid thei .Irsrreal says that "after a
chan., Mr. We) b gave timam.If up."
Stripped of its sensatklnal features, the
facts are that. in conopanuy with me-nber.
of the state , conmittee, Mr. Webb left this
city, Tueay imornin, for Helen.a. Ar
rivrng there he was Infornra l by a l entl
man of pronmitwnce in retpullean circles,
tihat a warrant had hbren issad for his ar
rett. It was the first Intlimation Mr.
We"bb had received about the warrant.
Within tre mnisnutes he prasented himne,.
before the proper aultliorit.es and gave
imnil for his appearance.
(Of course, noe newspaper is In position
to pass any judlment on the chargeI
broughtt against Mr. Webh, whose charac
ter hittherto has certainly always been
above reproach. The fact that he was are
rested just at this time awakemned the scu.
picion that a politcal pur3poe is shielding
iteself twhind the forms of law. Howervc
that uay be, Mr. Waeh,l who Irttrned to
this city yesterday, asserts that no stain
of wronm doing restn on his oflhial record ;
that he can show all his bhl iness in the
office of ecrweary to be eleans and r
feetly honest from leginning to enld. The
opinion espressd on the streets of Ana
conda last evening was tha e struong
color of partisanship lll tim Helena Jo.er
u.wl' account of the arrest, warranted the
lSulpk-ion that a politkcal purpose I be
hind it all.
Mr. Webb's lonee was formerly in Bill
Ilgs. A diasImatch received at this ofltce
last nlght uays that ti.e news of tre arest
is evearywlhrt.e talkedl alhlut inl that place,
wlwar* Mr. V.I)h wan. heldl inl very hligh
e4cte et11. Tle local Inilitary organization
lf IBillin.s hoIllredt him by takilg him.
ilnl', tled mallny Ineot tle, therW refuse to
cur i. sea s sVsnrt Iof alecI wrorr!Wrs d.oin.
Mr. J4wl A. Matn. of ileorgetOwno was IiI
town y.stenlhy nlrtxatje to tlh Flathead
e.tantry. w|here 3le I~p).wrxs ipl.ndina au
nplpie of weeks.
H. F. Titus, republican candklate for
county attorney., spent a portion of yestei
day in the city.
Dk.cty nSheriff Hatton, of Deer Lodge.
war ist town yesterdlay.
Miuses Ella and Liasle O'Leary, of
W'alkerville. wlo have uen speadillg the
Iast week in this city with their brother.
. N. W~illiams, returned bhooe yeste,.ay
Colonel IM. T. Skift, advance agent of
the Patti-Rome comrpany. has been inl the
city for the past two days.
J. K. Tbbtt.n., ene. l rl, ht weagnt of
the Union PFae nl railway, war in town
er on business connaeet l with his
yea, Is a guest ate Montaa.
S. D: Taylora welt-knowr Deer Lodge
Meem. V. H. Hood aend W. Y. rClmse, of
Vafu Oen.ab s yeýterday rom
Cheares Nobie and his wMe lets.
day aT.alren fo a el -kmonth D te tos
Buts. te a h Mnaa
You can get whlsky straight and out or
a tin cup i desired, at Ike Qunlan's palace
on First street. nea the coarner of Hain.
lpa..... eo uC Do.ames.
If you want to suimt oyear eumoenores in
tget them nade to order at D.
Tb cigan bS , eanr e and
John V. Pe.tiH has Jus received a fall
lne of bar sulmware.
STANDING ROOM ONLY
Meut d mmue Ul as s -.
• em Patr m mhin es
mreml Sued imns a esi atses as Wh.eh
es tr. Uapsd ..
Pusl aAmas a. Mest., esp. i--To yr
thamt uthe demorastler rally tewlghet wasn a
erem, I puttig imdily t1o b m that it
was ent i*u. does not half esprems it.
At t 7 o' clock hunL Fe were lighted and
are works set od. Thbe bras ba.d played
meveral patriotie arm Ia front at the in il.
At M p. in. the speakers arrived. They e.
teurl the hall amild great applause. Tbe
meeting wasr called to order by HoMns. D.
M. Darfee. who after a few words detail
l ig the objects of the meeting, introduced
to the audrience P. D. Fhalerald,
desswnrtic candidate for state auditor
who made a brief peech amid wans fd
SFrea.k Hollywood, at Granite. Mr.
.Hery.uain toswlhd m.veral bject.. sp
ctrl those tourching the mlaboring cae
o ru tamnia. Hieu spne war r tied
a dle ed. He war s edbu ortt
mith, of Dillo. r. nqith, alter
makiig a few complImentary remarks on
Pbilipshurg, " pelling to piec the
republicran plank plank,
showingow it had lan so any ways
proved detriaental to the iateree-t
a Montana both as a territory
and as a state. He described
tse advantages resulting from fw load
and hfee wool. He dedied that the demo
eratie party wars a free trade r and
defied any repablican to prove the e
tarr. He ealledo the me.oary of his
audien te prosperity of the United
tates a it was when uander ote .ive
nub., belore the war. He sowd tat the
charges o rruti ad against the
democratic part rreebiiclk anas was
o -mandle, ad ysa prt.s,
dwu ringwh tinse the democrats were In
power only four ears and showed con
clusively Ut i any o rruption was
committed the republican parr commnitted
it, as the democrats were not am a position
to do so even were they so inalined. ie
reviewed the hostility of the re ublican
psrty to Montana. When Montana,
whkh wasn ncluded in the omnibuals bill
endeavored to enter statehood, and also
when subsequent efforts of a lie nature
were mamde republecans opposed them.
Reference was then made to the silver
question. Instead of the hostility of the
democrati party to the coinage of silver
the republicans were Its enemny. He re
peted a matter of history wherein the or
rwas conaneal pased by democratic
effect, for the coinage of not less than
.maoorms and noat more than as um.roo
worth per month. How had it been coa
plied with since tthe advent into power of
the republican partyt Instead of caining
up to even the innismum amount,[ in June
last only aIOOO was coined, and in
August but AO worth was coined. The
demoratica ticket was thesf reviewed, and
Mr. Smuith thesn retired amuid much ap
The clairTnm then introduced Hon W.
Y. Pemnerton. He spoke at length on lead
ing questions and amused his hearers with
stories told to illustrate his neaning. He
reviewed sone of the ground gone over by
Smith. He then eonpeted the two tickets.
He compared Martin Maginnis with his
long anid brilliant record tilldl with great
aY.sievements with that of T. H. Carter.
and wonlmdered how the latter ever secured
the nicknaame of "The Repulblican Hurri
cane" and asked what he ('Carterj had
ever done for Montana anyway. He corn
pared ti.. reord of J. K. Toole with that
of T. C. Power and continued so through
out the tickets. His speech was received
with great use andul enthusiasm..
After the ad rnmeat of the meeting
more firewo were empkaded and the
msand played several tunes. The hall was
on crowded that standing room was
scarcely to be had.
I THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
TeWmble Over a City Ordoaamee Im latte
Otber Netes sad (lsesip.
special ('orrespv trdrre of the ltandard.
Bvrr, Slept. 18.-There is a city oadi
nance which forbkis ezpressmen and
other teamsters hitching their horses on
Main street or within 100 fret on either
side of that street, without a license fron
the party controlling the basement of the
property in front of which the team i.
hitched. This morning W. lair, an Itallan
expressman, had his teram bitched in tront
of a lot on Broadway belonging to the
Inter Mounetais comlpany. He had no li
cense, while John T. Jones, another ex
prewssan, had paid for one and objeted
to Bair's presence. The remult was a rhý
Bair was arrested on a charge of iolati
a city ordinance and was fined 1t an
costs. He declared he would fight the
came and brinsg wait linslt Jones for
kicking his horse and Jumping into his
wagon. An effort is also being made to
have the orlinance repealed, on the
gromnd that the owner of a property doe
not own the street in front of it. A peti
tion has been drawn up to present to the
The came of the Regal woman has been
cosntinued until Friday afternoon at 8
i. Sixro was arrusted about a year ago
for lighting in front of the ('oni qule and
wat ftinedt by Ex-Police Magistrate Lippin
cott $10 and costs, the total amnountil to
$24. He was released for twenty-four
hours on hIis own recognizance hut left for
Helena. To-day he was peen in the city
once nmare and uleced under arrest.
John Downey has brou1ht suit against
J. Newman for larceny. He says that he
gave Newman a $15 suit of cloths to be
cleaned and uhas never .uceeded in get
ting the clothel hack. The case will be
tried before Justice of the Peace Hopkins
The Knights of Labor turned out in a
body this afternoon at the funeral of Al
hert Taylor, one of their memhers.
Denny Murplhy, of the Moore mine, has
challenged Harry Page to a roek-drilling
match for the cha.np4 nship of Butte.
Toomey has nosted D forfeit for Murphy
In Mike Malloy's hands. Pae Is un
willing to into the contest forless than
~S salde. The nony will all be posted
F. E Corett, W. A. Clark and H. L
Frank will address the demorates of Soeuth
.- _ _ ..e .
gome of the members of the W. C. T. U.
bave decided to start a peohibltion paper
Pattl Bos will appear at the oper
homsneo..oorrow night in" ayaw.
J. Stewart Walla~e and Mr.
verPeesr in ani~t i E ish evadical e
ben Bute for sveral das in confler
snwe with Phil Shenon,owner of the Golden
Last . p of mins in the Bannock dl..
trit 1 Pad . f. B. .Walton, who in he
Interest of the uyndlcate, holds a bond on
the mines. The bond has been extended
4 land 7,1 paet up as a ofelt. rIt
is sthathe bale will winally be;me.
feted and the mines become the sole
property of the Englishmnn.
At the Oklahoma tent on First street.
he QHulan's black bottle is ever at th
sevie of the thi.t* public.
(S r t Joe. P eters Coe.
Have determined to make this fall an era in the
Trade of this town. To that end we have placed in
stock all the latest novelties,
THE LADIES' WRAP CLOTH TRADE
at prices that will command the attention
of all good buyers.
Ladies' Corsets and Underwear,
CHILDREN'S CLORKS RND HOODS.
In all the Latest Styles. Call and examine our stock
of the above.
D. 7. HIENNESSY MERCANTILE CO.
ESTES & CONNHELL
Special Bargains for
Silk Plush, 16 and 18 in.
wide at 5oc per yard, worth
goc and Si. 24 in. extra
goods at j5 per yard, well
Black Faile Silk at 75c,
for this week only. Colored
Faile at 95c per yard.
Black Rhadame Silk for
873c per yard. This silk
is actually worth $I .5o. We
cannot replace the same
silk for $1.zo.
Surah Silk in all the new
evening shades at 49c per
New line of Colored Sateens
at 5oc per yard.
I U.N-rlý l t AA .
I\WYL UN W CaVJlWW
Direct from Paris. All
wool Tricot, 4o inches wide
All wool Ladies' Cloth,
4o inches wide (a nice line
of shades) at 5oc per yard.
Fine all wool imported
Ladies' Cloth, 54 in. wide,
at 75c per yard.
Wool Surah in all the
newest fall shades, 4o in.
wide, at 5oc per yard.
New goods arriving daily
it. every department.
rTs & COIBLL EU. CO.
* J. C. KEPPLER *
Vatchtaker and Jeweler,
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tlcal Goods, Silverware, Etc.
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