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HON. W. A. CLARK of Butte,
and THOMAS B. O'BRII:N
of Buffalo, N. Y. will address
the voters of Anaconda to-night
in Evans Hall.
The daly recrd of the tbermometer in
this eity Is reported h A. T. Playter,
dr ste, First steet. The record for yee
Imeday was: 7 a. in., 40 degres I m., 7t
des s ;4p. m., 87 degree 8 mp., e
mb~sriptiuoas to the Crdeard will be rm.
esi«d at the bw.iauw o9re, or at the storo of
CbO d King, MAn str'et. Adrertiaing
rubs e-m be learned at the b.sinese ojlre,
ssaaderd Building, eorner of Magn a nd
ABOUT THE CITY.
These were no came. before the poulke
. s(rDd.Oe arrest was made
It appears to be msttled that operations
in the new snelter in Carroll will begin
with the irst of next month.
There will b a dame at the French hall
teight. W. W. C(onsr and C. (). Rob
etus as the moor muanagers.
The members of thel Austrian demo.
eatle lub are takln bold of cuampaign
weeork with great earnestness.
wears we.. Uww warrowwmeSm
It is reported that two of the e halenges
led da beore ystersda at the registry
lSe. i this city hrve been withdrawn.
Ttekes are out which are modeled In
part after the omelal tieket, and a good
sary vohes se busy rhesrusingrhesn.
Campaign stuampers wardering about
the errtory tht that they take a wor of
e and rest when they strike the
Yorouu la ithis city.
The visitors from Butte. who took part
I the rally last nalght had a glorious tine
after the mnetihsa were over and started
ha.eward at 2 o clock this morning.
The wires of the Rocarky Mounteain tle
graph company Iot "out of whack" in
nme way yesterday afternoon. and tle
graph busllnes was interrupted last night.
The regular umeting of the ladies of St.
Mark's guild was held yesterday after
moon. The ladies proyme to make the
kiness to he held In Iecmber a great
Toe Csm Sbe C.(mpaess.
Anaconda democrats have their intnings
to -8ight and to-morrow night. For this
evening a meeting is announced to he
held In the opeNra IoIse, with W. A. Clark
of Butte and Thomas H. O'Brien as the
speakerl. The latter geetlellaln is a
strangr to Anacondaudiences, but he. i
warm cognnended . those who have
heard lim during the canvaIs.
Toenorrow night Anaconda will witneas
the grndlent turnout of thei campaign. A
Sparakd will I, held. The torch
p'ocession pro.lues to be a splendid
demomstration. Adlires.en will e nmade
bl J. K. Toole and Major Maginnis
and, if the weather is favorabile a mon
str out-door mneeting will he lwIld.
To-night Mr. Tookl is asslounced to ad
drew the voters of Deer Lod. and an lian
inause rally is to be held in hait place.
To Await V.v.wegamntse.
JR R. Boarman appeared as counsel for
Nicholas Kablin hefore Judge Fits Pat
rick, yesterday morniang. The pe*ioner's
arresiagmeint was postponed until (kctober
2, to await the rtsult of Mrs. Kablin's in
juries. The woman seeanwd to he in
proving yesterday, and her chances of nt*
eovroy Brow better daily.
T Masuue PFrulhermr..
Look at the D. J. Henul.esy Mercantile
Co. ad. on carpets, house furnlishingsl, etc.
This house is moving to the front with lthe
prore.s of our city. ('all and look thenm
ever. Tbey carry the latest styles in all
the oods they represent and give courte
emm ilatmneut to all.
The Montana Lumber & Produce cam
ay arde now receiving largse rst..
B ois and $ocld k Sprin~l cal Js o -
. hr . moor l use, whiuh they arut
Ito fm nhIh to coanumers at hot
prm In "eeal lots or by the oar
MR" WA TED.
u·1g&o & Co. want rn Iummedla.ly
.4.r r umIsd wading woat at Anaco.da.
win. dflers p.fSI and ubovelem, $L OD
. nsv.ear Vair. (lay
A _ .g d f. a~
hi underwe ai
~4~mawe" amu aseinS fo the eel
THEY WERE OUT IN FORCE
ka ""Msm emm 11 Ub V
mar is Lo~ ligtm ftruuL
(~mdaim" owaw a"d -es~n U..
Speak Its-Dews amol Oa-A Free
muareusinm mad a V*uvb.
spuhleaasi fr-m a over this seethes of e
m meats rme to Amaonda leaes might to
have a ueml tlesaltulg ht If they p
penaed their oad time until next week d
they wroudnt have any. It was a lnarge
and gooad-atured cerwd. Throusbgh o d
delay and another, the train did not a.- e
rive uatll 10:S o'clock, at whkch hour the
speaklag at Evans ball had been con- t
eluded. The free train from Butte was
combined with the tree train from the
north at Stuart, and one monster train of
1 ears drawn by two engines pulled into
the depot at te hobur named amid a blame
of red light and the shouts of the juvenile l
portion of the populace. It was
a very popular excursion, people of
all classes, all colors and all political
relleft being on hoard. It cost nothing to t
case, and all that could, whlther rep.tb
lcaus or demcrats, emraced the priva j
m amnd jkfu llr along. It was near- j
Yll o'clock before te peocession started. 1
t the head of all was the superb Boston
& Montana hlamd. Then there were the
Meadervlle republican club. the ('enter
ville rpublican club. the Parrot rpuhlil
can club. the Mouth Butte repuhlican club.
besides unelamsitled tru harers fron
Butte. Doer Lodge and otheor places along
the way, the rear end heinl brought up by
the Anaeondans. The Allis bandml of Walk
erville was stationed about a third of the
way down. and a drum corps lead the last
third. An actual count showed 7t'
torches in line. The procession
moved through several of the prin
cipal streets on the east sidle
striking into Main street at Third, anml
turnslg down past the Mostana, In front
of which was stationed a man on horsey
hack who kept calling to each club as it
asse: "Cher for Carter, boys." The en
ure precession went past the Montana
and then ous.ter-maruled and tfarnesl
finally Into an rregsular phalanx hbeofor
the hotel. Thomas H. Carter mounted a
wragn nd ve a brief summnary of the
add se ad delivered earlier In the
evening. He expressed pklosure at the
smie of the crowd, aitouh he must have
have known that a very lrge percentage
of the visitors were denmocrats. He as
serted that the republicans would carry 16
out of the 16 countiesl and that his owl,
nmajority for congress would be nearer 10
000 than 5l,000. J. E. Rickardis, the republi
can candklate for lieutena.ntngovrnor,
followed with a shor iand entertailning
speech, annd thell Mlr. Horr, like Mr. Car
ter, gave an atridld edition of his Ispeech
in Evans hall. Lst of all came Lee
Mantel, who emnlsd the exercises
a few minutes past mnklnight. The
train hnnmeward hound l ft at 2:45 o'clock
this morning. The pgrot crowd of visitors
seemntd to enjoy t heaelves thlemaor ly.
andl Anaconda was lad to s.,* thwent. The
preeensio.a was brillint, tie Butte btoys
especially showing up in splendikl form.
Ther were as many cheers for "Magina
is and Toone" among the spectatore as
there were for "Carter anal Power" its the
parade, and everybody wa happy.
The fact that so nuany pop were
waiting to see the arrival of the visitors
tendda to operate d trsl on the as
scublage in Evans' hall. Still the adli
enee was of good proportions. Judge
Fits Patrick introduced Thomau H. Carter
as the first speaker. Mr. Carter, lay way
of prtare, spoke of the birth of states in
eyneral, and that of Montana in particu
lir. The ~ampaign of the past six weeks,
he said, had been conducted in a spirit
of fairness anld honor, and tlhis
was due in a lare db re to
thhe "hlghtoned al hrosel--uaged
chairman of the democratic state case
mittee." The policy of the democratic
party, Mr. 'arter waid. had for the past
fifty years been inimical to the develop
ment of the great West and Northwest.
Bamnan bhlkelieved in selling these great
tracts of land to the highest bidkker n
stead of mettling thens with hlmansteru.
He believed that the mines sholaki he
leased out to the discover.,r, so that the
governtnent might reap ani eternal
reward tfrom tim anal he in a sense a
vast landlord. The financial policy of
itie demauocratic party at that perirr
wrought ruin to the countrV'sl lprosperity.
Under (levelal. silver fe. froan 110 to
92. Umler Arthur's admninistration silver
had risen. But the records of both pwartkw
had been had on the silver qiuestion.
The Interests of Anaconda said tlhe
interests of Wall street were not
thie sane annd it was difficult to reconcile
thenm. The republican party, however
buad done what thle de eocrtic* pIrty had
not done. Imad pledged Itsl .f to lea unllim
Ited eoiname of silver. and the next con
grnss wolld redeem that pledge as. susu
as. It anaeets. Under ('leveland leal welnt
d.own fromn 25 anrd fIt to 5.Ml0. There
was a duty of I) a ton, on
Mexicall lead ore, hut under
Falrhikl's rlilng that ore containint
more silve.r than leId coulhl he aduitted
free* the Mexicanas saw their opportlnity
and with a few sacks of high grade oare
scatteredl along the center of time car they
deceived tihe inspectors. Thie high grade
silver ore was i.)ovei l a as Mum as the. car
ht.d crossed the hor..er. Winknen did not
change Fairchild's ruling, Int he orlderd
that tle cars he samnlllde commnerliall
and lead hIn gone up from $35ti5 to 11.10
In conmequence. Mr. C(arter then went
over the wool quition fra the usual re
pealicrllan s tlpolmat. He also dwelt upon
copper and the bistry of the French ccI>
'ir syndicate. Tie reulpulican m.anate
ll pIroposed to relure the lduty
on copper only 40 per cent.
while the Mills hill took oif
loa) per cernt. When colngress r'eonvene.-,
Mr. Carter gLearanteel that it would int
touch tile p)re.enlt duty o(n cop5ller. Toole
anlI Maginnis were in Waslainglton six
weeks aild with all their effort.. gist onaly
twenty demlocrliats vote faorL adnilsiil.
Mr. ('Prter saw all thei rapulllcuans amul till
voted for It. The aspxaker clai,ni. ll tOuat
the repnbhlkian pltrty was somed on thll
S('hlneae question. In enclslauri Mr. Carter
I made an apewll to Irilinaen,, telling tluhen
that they got nlotllinlgl filsi tiat democrats
while the reputalicl paIrty honored tlhmn
arnd gave them offcesw.
os'vell P. Horr of Michigan under
tookto nmake a fuhnn rather than an ar
gumentative speern. He was iriglht
and witty, but the gist of hs remarks.
cousld be sumnmed up In the state
preserved and proteted the country.
while the deeareatc p arty was alwar
arrayed against ts est trests. He told
a good many funny stories. He talked
wool, ron. copper, tin, salt and nickel,
but was discreetly silent on silver. He
thought it a shamne that the four new
states had been disfranchised so lonrg
and he expected great things of them.
It Was Alltt Utt.
Just after the parade three visitors from
Butte who were taking lunch in the I. X.
L. restaurant, near the depot, when one
of the number suddedly disrovered that
be had been touered up for his wad.wbicb
-mBE - sa
AN VOSOA n am owthi bo
It Ithwapul olotme da.Inb
Al" n I thin -gmt I. hal
ASt w mtv.
A -a who daclimed to ghve him trw
was uhstihmg f_ he. whihu dLL the
whols vusbumh tick" on am thu - Plu.5
farm. hU hie feuIw .mthmlml u were
doin. peanam's du* drillUig through thu
pells o Anaconda. Hiii soamwhat cnch
died remarks aroused the Iie sfears m
chins who were in the Vllcrih. ens of
whom threw arobbestotne, r t di
tros effects to the face of the oatbmlmst
tfom Btutt Hedec. ied otetw.an
proewte the offenderswho arc know
b b o~
IT IS BIG ENOUGH.
Competeat Alst erlty Says .at a Ttve.
tesh sewer Is All that Is Meehe.
When election is out of the wayº resi
desntas of Anarceda will probably tae up
the question of boading the city the
conmstructon of a newer and- give uth
ject a thorough disetuslon. The ony ob
jection urged against the project m that
the proposed twelve-inch sewer wl not
he large enough for the future ue of
the city. It should be understood, how.
ever, that the propnoed sewer is qt in
tended to carry any surface w but
simply to dispose of the actual e of
Use town, Including the dralm
dwellings, stores, stables and sbols. It
has been found by moudern au
thoritlas on sewer conar
that the laer ewer formerly built
ae less healty aynd much nmore
tionable than those of smaller area. rs
ful calculatimo lha been made by
tent esgincers regarding the
sewer In thin city, and the authod are
satisfied that the sine of pipe whie it is
Sto with the fall whli ca
.secured, will be aple for a e four
or ive times the siae of Anaconda.
will always be an abundance of w at
comnmadl with which to 1iash this .
TOWN TOPICS IN BUTTE.
!i.s Nussat Agata Chargsed With o
wary msbry-Other xnes
prcial 'ourren pnsdcaee of the standrd.
Btrrl, Sept. S21.-For the time
this week Mike Nugent wars tried
for highway robbery. The fleet c was
that of the Swede Peterson, but evi
dence was not mufilcent to hoal N nt.
This afternoon Nugent was tried on a
charge of attempting to robh Chris Cry In
an alley back of East Galena e
Curry claimed that Nugent attack4 him
there and tried to rob him, Iut he Nthe
better of hinm. Tie defense was tken
kIentity. Judge Newkirk reserved I)n do
Honl. George W. ('assly and W. . Pen
rose will addrers a meeting of eleeors at
C~entreville, to-morrow evening.
To-morrow evening, at demsratie
headquarters in Butte, Hon. M.
Rand, fron Minneapolis, wiU the
Scandinavians of Butte.
On Saturday night, Hols. W. A. Clark
and G. W. Casnkly will address a saedng
L.n the Butte hea ue.
The Republic Protective Iab' lub
meet to-nmorow evening at (aSlle* khall
and will he aklressed by A. F. sMa
shal George Irvine and L Mantel.
William Wakefield, the miner who was
injured by falling into a sewer early this
morning, will bring action agalinst the
H. F. Grogan. an en seer on the Mon
tana Union railroad, died this mor of
anmarrieanlmbee . He was rt tee
days. The body will probably he sent
east for burial.
What is consdered the finest chool
builldin in Montana is the new St. Patrick
Parochial school, which has just been
completed at the south west corner of
West Park and Woashingtol streets. The
building is one of the nost elegant in
Butte and speaks well for the conIklence
of Butte's eltlrens in the permanency of
the city. The building is so nearly com
pleted that shool has been opened, al
though the desks have not yet arrived.
About 8g0 children are now attending the
school. The teachers are seven sisters
frut Lwavenworth, Kansas.. who arrived
two weeks ago for the purpose of taking
charge of the school. Sister Lorretta is su
perlorews and the others are Sisters Ar
macleta, ('onstantia. Mary Cecilia. Mary
Pious4 Frams.esd ales, the music teacher
Thea exterior of the building is of brick
and the style is elegant and ruhstantial.
The irht floor contains a prettily fu
nisldl parlor and four class rooms, USx1
feet. Thee rooms are finished in cherry
and are provkkided with steam raliators.
blackboard.ir, ga chandbeliers etc. On the
second floor is the sisters' pleusant dormi
tory, a larae wardrobe, four pianlo rooms
the. isters rereation room, well stocked
with xooks, and the exhlbition hall, which
is 70x42 feet. the lregs room in the
busikling. It is the main sool room and
will also be used for exhihitions, concerts,
lecture and the like. The third floor is
not yet finished. It is divikld into six
rooms and while plans for this
story are still far in the future.
It is thouht that somtime, provision
may het ad, for orphans on this floor.
an.d also perhaps for an academy class.
From a little balcony in this story is the
hest view of Butte and vicinity that is ob
tainable. The stairs throughout the
buiklinlt are wide and built of oak, while
thei halls are finished in pine. Water is
)rovkhld on every floor. 11 the collar
i. the dining room for htle Sir
tors. kithen., pantry store rooma
janitor's room, holler room. etc.
There le also a room which may Ix.
fitted into an apartment for smaller chil
dren. None. are taken into the school of
less than aix years of age.
The erection of the schloolhouse was
hbegutn on M6[arh 1$. last. The cimt has
ebeen $4O0,t). which is not all paid. Of
thins slnt $10000 was for the lot and for
fulrnitulre and other aplgtrtenances.
Father Van dt Ven and hls parishioners
are greatly pleasel over the cotildetlot
of the building which for so llong a time
bas been an object of deep concern with
L. E. Qulag. managing editor of the
Helena Jornal, is a guest at Tih Mon
Dr. E. D. Levitt is in the city.
W. J. Lippinott and W. H. DeWitt, of
Butte, spent yesterday in this city.
Dr. Mulsiagbrd attended the rally last
night, and registered at The Montana.
Marshal G. W. Irving came to town
with the republicans, last evening.
Hon. S. T. Hauser was in Anaconda,
From the Chkm Heorald.
In spite o t enormnouasly high prices
of groerks in Paris. Narah Bernabudt
manages to keep house on MI a (lay.
LATE NEWS FROM BUTTE
Wuf 1JW11 6i am o
A slsbh sooabu ew.a s in fte "O F
rouse. catwo-nu"M~m n.8.. a"
ember e l .1 tme . Inen"i
am. cur me 3.08.
apeetal -rseear of thes teadd.
I ., Knept. nM -The phtahe lmemom at a
sater dy la tte i. m tdhe pgraumeme
efor nest Tueesa. Rheuif Jsa L Lb. d
said to a 8rNaDAnn reprtMer this after.
moon that he shall r enforce the
laws of the territory eadl the male at
liquors am election day. The enaorcement
of this law has never bee tried bat the
sherlff declares that there Is no use of
havin mucbh a law if It ism't enioeced, and
as log as the law I. on the statute books.
and be is sheriff, be wll enforce it
strictly. If the laws are not meant to be
enforced be thinks tbhe should be re
pealed. The sheriff has prepared a
thousand circular, wbich read as follows:
l-ae. Ws. Heraefter k be nlawfdl Sar
amy amee. either asa.tl. aneastor other
wise, en any m seba 8w to btter.
gigve nra or cause to be to say
perm or perans, whnmmever, ay n
or met lqeu .wi, a ider or any ýtera
Img liquers, or Iakets drtlx e. sa y klnd or
character. That eah aeld e. perumm violset
ag amy of the provides of this .ettim. mheal.
emarimld by e m ase. epon avkthe thereo, he
mn, ormlwim ent la the raty jai r
not more thm oatn muth, or both such SIes
had llaithe n dltfee of the court.
WTeerwirZln a this eout shall net tbe cm
atrurd to lsude dntg gi a otber rarinss who
shal tSI m.alth sellmr ok or the sartle
herei m.etoned for medlesal or mse
chasial purposes oaly.-f. r. Mot
ree. at. No oflcer of 4elktiw shall do any
elteetutwrlg use election day. No perma.mwha
soever, shall o sawy etkooerring on ekw*tim
day withim any par ig place or anly bulkding i
which an elect.on as lng held, or within 25
feet thero, war obstruct the durs or entries
thereto. r prevent fire Ingress to ed egrss
aims. mid bialdiug. Any erthan ofeer, uhewiE,
omestalae or other pece oaler i r as
thorrd and e d, ald it is herb de
his duty, to c the psalge ways and prevent
such ontrention a to arst any er from
"0 sk . sJoux I. Laov
uhieril Silver low tuyl
Thes eirculars will be diatribu
throughout Butte to-morrow. The out
onue will he watched with Interest.
The naturally chaste and virtuous air of
the police court was tainted this afternoon
by the trial of the case of The Territoy
vs. Peter Martin. It was the Dublin gulch
case, where John McIntyre was badl
smaahed over the head with a revolver by
Peter Martin. the latter's wife being con
cerned In the case. V. C. Corbett ap.
ed for tihe prosecution sand K. K.
h for the defendent. Melntyre
testified that he boarded at Martin's
house, and late in the evening sat talking
with Mrs. Martin on the stops. Presently
he went to bed. He fell sick, got up and
went into the kitchen to get a drink of
water. He hboard a scule and the first
thing he knew received a rap on the head
fromn Martin. On cra's-examlnaltion Mc
Intyre said that in going to the kitchen he
p dthrough Mrs. Martin's rooen. He
dewnaed havinl had awuy lmproper relqtions
with Mrs. Martin. He was dressed his
ulnderclothln. He denied that he was in
her room wlen she undressed. He did
not strike Martin.
anma asarun, sne woman uan ue cane,
said that she was sitting on the steps
reading when Mcinelatyrae came to get a
drink, and told her if she stayed up too
late she would oversleep in the morning.
Martin smlddenly pered at the door.
She feared he wuld take her child, as he
had threatened to do. Martin had net
lived at home for some eimn. He handled
the witness pretty roughly. McIntyre
tepped in to take her part and was struck
in the face oveerher shoulder. Mr. Mar
tin went into the bed.room to get a gun,
which she had kept underneath the mat
trees there since Martin had threatened
to kill McIntyre, and here she heard a
shot fred in the adjoinin room and
then she homerely to frighten Martin.
She said that Martin bad a revolver in his
hand when he entered the house.
After a severe crosse.sanination the
witness was allowed to go. The defense
walved all testimony and asked for ud
na.nt. Attorney Co.bett for the proseea
timn demanded that the primoner be put in
heaavy bonds to await the action of the
diets let court. The Judge reserved his de
cision until to-morrow.
Quite a number of Butte's promninent
citaens will partieipate in the exeursion
of the Knights Templar to Washington,
next week, to p pate in the twenty
fourth triennial conclave of the order.
Those from Butte who have alread~ de
cided to go are: Mr. and Mrs. H. S. C.lark
Shberiff and Mrs. John E. Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Dusseau, Mr. and Mia. William
Thomoson Mr. and Mrs. Monteath, Mr.
and Mrs. William Hall P. R. Dolman. M.
C. Riley, Rev. J. J. McAllister, C. J. Cut
ler and A. WV. Bernard. Judge Goibraith
and J. N. Fox of Deer od, are also ex
ported to go. he start will be on W.ednmta
day, and the route b the Nortlwrn Pacific,
Northwestern and Baltimore & Ohio. A
splendkl time is expected.
The Blue Bird Mining company has
brought action against James A. Murray,
Chester A. Small, Fred Laro, - Collins,
Senor H. R. Dulrene and Wm. E. White
mar for the recovery of x,000 damages
to the value of their ores and minerals
wrongfully extracted iby means of a shaft
sunk on or near the Darling lode claim.
It I. charged that by means of drifts,
levels and other underground workings
fromn their shaft the Blue Bird vein was
infringed on. The action is also to obtain
a decree of the court perpetually enjoin
ing the defendants frotm working or ex
cavating in the Blue Bird velan andtr
ticularly at the point of said shaft. Cop
les of the notiet were served on the de
sutte Rest Estate Remild.
tperial Corrner+glodein of the Mtacsdard.
Burrr, Sept. i. -The following tran.
fore of real estate were recorded at the
county recorder's oflice at Butte to-day:
Janien W. Forbie to Cornellus Drennan
for $..10. lot, in Rier's addklition to Butte.
The Glen .arry mining company has ptl
chased of Ells slainwright and 'Charlotte
D. Wainwright of St. Louis the Glen
marry lode mininlnl clai in return for
000 shares of 10 earch of the capital
stock of the company.
('arton H. Hand and Maggrie McLogan
have given notice of the location of the
Jennie May clainm.
H. F. Bailey has given notice of the lo
ration of the Sunny Side lade mining
claim, and of the Blue Cloud claim in the
Simon V. Kemper has deeded to Ab.r
buham N. Yoder for US his interest in the
Sunny Dell mining claim.
Fr. the Terre Haute Express.
Daughter; But, mamma, you ought not
to object to Chark y on account of his poe
ert. I'm sure he has am nuch nmonf as
fat had when he numarried you. I'e
often beard you say pou were as poor as
church m~ie when you married.
Mother: You must eaamemrr my dear,
that your father had a good d' of baor
seose, which Charley hasn't.
Aa*c cadh, nutte and MiMasoma.
CO[PITRL. - - - 8250.000
Are now showing
The Very Latest Patterns in Moquets, Velvets, Body
Brussels, Tapestry, Ingrains, etc., at prices
the Lowest in the City.
Our Carpet Department, while not long in existence
has come to the front so rapidly that now we lead com
petition in styles, qualities and low prices. We have
Lace, Turcoman and Chenille in the Best Styles and
Lowest Prices. A full stock of
Linoleums, Oilcloths, Shades, Wall
Paper and House Furnishings.
SPECIAL FIGURES to parties furnishing houses.
Call and examine our stock.
D. 7. HENNESSY MERCANTILE CO.
Corner Oak and First Streets.
Mail orders receive special attention. Express paid on all goods.
ESTES & CONNELL
lY tetle Co.
Special Bargains for
Silk Plush, i6 and i8 in.
wide at 5oc per yard, worth
goc and SI. 24 in. extra
goods at 5$ per yard, well
Black Faile Silk at 75c,
for this week only. Colored
Faile at 95c per yard.
Black Rhadame Silk for
87%c per yard. This silk
is actually worth $i.50. We
cannot replace the same
silk for $S.2o.
Surah Silk in all the new
evening shades at 49c per
New line of Colored Sateens
at 5oc per yard.
NE3E DRESS GOODS.
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
in every department.
EYT & COHKLL MIR.CO.
* J. C. KEPPLER *
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