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LAThEN FRO BIJTE
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u es cosa me s h re Smwari.
omus, Sept. SL -The eloulag day
at the eampala aad the democratie
plt i h th .s eily ative, eanlE
ddera .l wde,.,wake. The repu.hl
sase a lessi active, and epems them-•
selves as ao less eSdenat haut it is ob.
L mrvable that their coafdems Is manldy
rspteMd in reid to Cartr, while the
eletins of Toole is practically conceded
here. Repumideaus are strarnlag every
energy to lry nilver Bow conumy. for, as
Bthey ay: "As Silver Bow couity goes, so
goes the territory."
There I. no disguising the fact
that the Democnstic ticket has
been gresly strengthened hb the
admirable selection of candidates for the
eounty tieket. In every case the noml
nes save added an eles.ent of strength
to the ticket as a whoe, mnaking the
whole what is acknowledged to be the
seronmaeat political ticket ever ofered the
voters of Silver Bow county. The scandi
date for state senator, Mr. D. J. Hennessy,
is widely know. as one of the most enter
priei ad succetsful business mesn, nla
only n Butte but in the state at Montana.
The lis of candidates for repreentatives
in the lgsllature l paricularl excellent.
J. W. Gilillga Is one o a e mnlst poamlar
and able young mne in the county; Henry
L. Franakis known to everyone,
and hias wide experience in a
city affairs, hlavir been twice mayor of
Butte. He will know well what this
county wants. W. J. Penrose is the able
editor of the Miaing Jousras, and will be
elected by a rousing ajority, for all the
lahiberit people ar for him. His course
in the treatment of all lalor tuestions has
been fair, hoest and consitent. John
O'Mara is one of the best knowsn and
most popular Irish-Aanericans in Butte, a
s resident of this camp for over nine years
and a member of the Miners' union, the
You Men's Institute and the Emmet
uaralr. T. F. (ourteis engaedln the
meranttle busisness In apper street,
helmpl a msember of the am of Kelly
& (ourtney. He is is a strong friend
of the workinae nen. Leopo F. hdt
is aoe of the oldest citisaens of Butte,
having cone here early in the '7 and is
one ofthe largest ownere n the eueaten
nial brewery. A. M. Duseault, A. M.
Day, Joseph Hogan and Joseph K. Clark,
the other candidates for repreientatives,
are no less fitted for the places, and their
canvass has baen successful.
J. J. McHatton, tl esandidate for dli
trlt itdl will disnity the place, for be I.
a man whose preemilent quality is a de
sire to .ee strkic justice fore everyonre.
Eugene D. Nullivan has alrealy lheld the
oltie of sheriff and his record is known
to everyone. George H. Casey wall have a
rousing najorit for county treasurer. He
is conceded to be the man. for the place.
on account of his sucnesm in con.lucting
his own business. Charles F. kBooth's
mIjorty should, anud t is believed
w be a roussing one. He has
shown hmnself to be eminently the -man
for the place and has been uniformly so
obliging, at the same time that he has
been accurate and reliable in the duties
of the clerk and recorder's ooiec, that the
best people of the courts are *greed that
there should be no clange. He was one
of the two men an the democratic ticket
who was elected last fall.
Harry HMnes, the candidate for name.
or, I the chiOe of the workingunen, and
the candklate of all good citisens. John
T. Baldwin, for county attorney, is knowna
to be able, dllcat and Just the man for
the place. Wtill 1. ('lark for clerk of the
ditrict court, has lived in Montana since
four years old, and is a young man well
known and highly thought of in Butte,
and his election is generally desired.
Miss Carrie Cox is the wise choice of the
de rac for candidaklte for superin
teadent oscools Dr. G. W. Beal is the
fortunate choice for coroner; J. H.
Harper for surveyor; J. W. Murphy for
public administrator; John Caplce, John
f. McQueaeney and Charles H. Palmer
for county commissi oners; John Edkl
and C. K. Irvine for justices of Silver
Bow; Joht Walsh and Elias Lytle for
constables; J. H. Mitchell andul M. Arnold
for justiees of Walkerville; William Mc
Kennon and John Toole for constables of
xy 6k ,> 7 . . .. . i.t.
With the above county ticket to
strngthen the state anmd congressIonal
ites, it Is not surprising that the
republicans are well nigh desperate and
are resortlng to desperate means
of influencing voters. Toay the
Italian quarter of Butte was looded
with dodgers calling upon the
Italian voters of Butte to stand by the re
publican party candklates; that the larty
is and has always been their friend, and
their principles are just such as the Ital
lans approve of. Another reported plan
of the republicans is to have speakern
Sheridan anid MeGinley ride throuagh the
streets on election day and deliver poeeches
a> every polling place.
The campaign on the democratic side
will close with a crowning demonstration
on Monday night, when Martin Maginnis
and Josepht K. Teoole will he the speakers.
The Silver Bow Tammnanny Club will draw
the candklates through the streets in a
carriage from the McDermott Iouse to
the house. where the meeting
will be held. There will also be a
grand torchlight procession. All demo
cratic clubs and (emocrats generally are
requested to neet at 7 o'clock in the even
ing in the yard of the central school. The
preuession will nove at 7:80 o'clock. It is
the Intention to make it the grandest
torchlight procession ever seen n iMon
tana. A merchants' club has been formed,
composed of 170 of the hest business men
of Butte. They will turn out in force with
transparencies flapt etc.
Hon. Larm W. Rand, the Scandinavian
speaker from Minneapolls. said to-day
that he feared therr would he trouble aris
ing from the Australian system of voting.
He thougtht trouble would he caused
through lgnorance of the correct snethod
of preparing the hallot. He also thought
it doubtful if all voter tould he grot in.
He said fromn erpeirelen in Minnesota not
nore than ~00 menl cal t. vuoted in a day.
There are to he. however,. 12 bootlh at
each polling place in Butte, while there
were only eight in Minneapolis.
wear vaah cvyu, enq ýalrullJ·oo.
Natte Miaing Xetes.
R. C. Whitney and John Thompson
have given notice of location of the Ade
laide lIde mining claim in the Summit
The West Granite has pasewd the KS
mark and is in demand at $.10.
The reason of the advance of the Cleve
land and Anchor is a tegram that the
main vein shows five feet high grade oar
with streaks of rich ore through the rest
of the ledge.
Lasee & Maxwell are agents for the cel
ebrated Red School House shoes. Every
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TOWN TOPICS IN SUTTE.
S... ...- * * Ms UWA.
Peter Meihas was salsep in 'a
deis ni Main sheet, dalUe nl a lhah.
sI bs right hIad test poket was a dslver
ek. wh hd e valed at .M, and am
wlob was iserMNad his mmones. It was at
tietsd i a emlmm omnt ehal. WeL a
he awake be tried is pell oI his watbh to
m wha t time it was, bt the walch was
tes. This aftuemr Mosuhan was
walking past W. Jaseob' pawashop, a
South Male esreest whee e saw his
watch In the show window. To make sren
he weont i, asued to se it and fio.d eis
name ea It. He demanded the watch, bet
the pawnbroker msid be had let a man
hmvem ea It. and would let the owner
have it for the mams amount and not le.
Monalhn appealed to Omers (Caroll
about the matter. The poleeeman he
friended him and lobrd tue pawnbroker
to give up the watch. The pawnbroker
for revege. msid the man wbo 1rWread
the watch was PatrL~ k Maber. Monihan
knew Maher. and with the officer started
in search of him, After most of the
maloous and ga.tbliug places in town
were visited, Uaber was found in the
Califoral bhrewery samoon in East Broad
way. He was arrestd on a charge of tb
ry and taken before Judge Newkirk.
He Il be tried next Thursmay.
The county conmssloners todly maimed
the ammesmnent of the Butte (tty railway
empra M.;od Jane~s H. Lynch 1).o00:
of M. iher Brother S1.tiu. Tle as
soumment of the Utah Northern ..ilroadl
compeny was fixed at 5,)al0 per mile for
its road bed, right of way, et., and rolling
stark was fed at .100 nper mile. The
amount of the Montana Unlon conpany
was fixed at ,001) per mile for I&9 nmiles
of road bed. The raise previously nmau
on the aswessment of the Western Uniolnm
telegraph oesumnpan was adhered to.
MesMrs. Daly & Ilzon appeared before the
hoard in relation to making a statement
of the Anaconda mcoopeny. and agreel to
funlllsh a statement iran August 1, .ift
to July .., 1to. Te hoard adjoune
until mcet T1Fursday.
The Pacific EJxpres company has flitd
Its annual statement, showing the capital
stock to be 8JtmM,000; the assets are its
f.knchlses, coatrat.s, euipmaents, ete..,
worth SOOUOO; and bhomc antl cash on
hand $8aunJ0. There are no lihailities.
A dodger was circulated about the
streets today, announcing the opening of
a new saloon an the importation of " fi
teen new lady waiters, fresh firom the
Anmong the guests re.sdredl at the Me
Dermott today were: R. J. Kraltrick, of
Minneapolis; P. J. onklin of He.lena.a
B. S. Schenerhorn and wife, of .Des
.oines; E. C. Kinney, of Anacu nLa; and
James M. Glass of Bain.
An old sdkerepit nan, a cripple, was din
covered hb Oftiers M. ,e l anal('arrll
this morning in anl alley ac of T. M.
('ar's livery stable, monkeying with a
revolver. As the barrel was turned toward
hIis head it looked like a case of attenupt
edl mulkle and the olficers promptly aimted
him and took the revolver fron hint. The
cripple was trying to fit thirty- eigh caliber
catridges into a thirty-two revolver. H;.
was arrested charged with carrying coln
cealedl weapons. le save no nanme whlen
arraigled to-day, he plead toit guilty.
Jerry Shannon, who was arrested a few
days ag on a charge of drsunkennes asldl
sleeping in the street. was not arraigned
in police court this norning. At an early
hous this morning the jailor and ('hklt of
Police ~mith knorked on the door ,f Ilis
cell, but they could not waken hilis. He
had answered a summorns to he arraigned
at a higher court. He had erkdently just
dlied as the hours wrelt to call him frness
slkeep. The imnwlldiate . sl e of his Illeath
iLs upposed to he heart disese. He wa
a well ksown character about town. Ten
years ago he was at the Black Hills
while thera married a pretty Cornish
girl. He was cme.sklered far above tl
average in intelligence. and a smuart nman
until ruined by drink. He ran a restau
rant and billlard hall in the Black Hills.
Later he worked on a sewspaper in Iktad
wood and afterward worked on the
Miner in Butte. Whiskey, however, got
the hetter of him. asnd during the past few
years he has hben a confirmed sot. He
was about Myears of age.
A BIG BARGAIN-las a surveyed and l
platted adkition to Buttet. patented quarts
claim title within the city limits. Evans,
Nichols & Lo.. 112 East Broadway. Butte.
The body of Shannon was taken to the
nsorgue. A coroner's inquest wa's hekl
this morning, and tlhe verdict was that he
caule to his death fromn drink and dissi
patio. His brother in D)eadwood has
een leephed to in order to ascertain
what shall he done with his hbody.
Something new turned sap in the crar of
John Sands, who is in jail awaiting trial
for obtaining $80 on a certificate of de
posit which Is in tle name of John IDan
neer. The certificate was issued by the
First National Bank, of Pocatello. To
day Chief of Police Smith received a tel.
gram froem Danner, saying that he woukl
be in Butte to-night or earl in the morn
in to appear against Stan
Thoema Stewart, arrested last night on
a charge of rape, was arraigned at 2
o'clock this afternoon. He asked tilnts in
which to make his plea and wars give'n un
til n .xt Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
His bonds wore flted at C5O0.
George Blinn. preeklent of the Society
of Stati-onary Engineers of Butte. was
married in Helesna on Frkiday by Juda
Howey to Miss Anlke Breen of lineaplo
Miss Birdie Shaw, one of the brig'htest
stukdents in Deer Lodge college. is visiting
her parents in this city.
Geoff Lavalle las a valuuable St. Bernard
dog 22 months old which we.glhs 157
pounds. The dog was imported fromt
Germany by Mr. Lavalle at a cost of
about 65,000. It is a magnificent specinenl
of that noble breed of animals.
The men who quait work upon tlhe sewer
a few days ago because they were tnotitled
by the contr)aturor that their wages were
only $2.50 per day, have gone hack to
work, the contractors agreeing to pay $.1()
The fine new block of brick stores huilt
by Mesrs. Lavalle Bros., on .ast Park
street, is neanlty c.nuplt.tel. Mr. ('mnplllsll
has moved ilato the store on tlhe we-.lt send
of the block alid is ansy arranging hisi
large stock of drugs, book.s, stationery.
A NEW ADDITION-A clehance to
double money in a short time by lr..arhns
ing a well situated addition to Illltte
within city limits at a hargain. Evanlis.
Nkihols & o.. 6 East Brlodway. Butte.
PrUlle Coart rPkklgLL...
B.'rrE. Sept. 28.-At poliee court thin
afternoon Davirkd Hogan, charged by
Maggi Doe lwith assault and battery
on West Park street, plead not guilt" and
examination was set for 5 p. in. on Thur- I
day; James Marel. for threMten ing to,
draw a gun and disturhi n the peace on
Wyomiln street. trial set for .ame time:;
Walter Pelkery, for disturbing the pe"'a..
same disposal; John McDonouagh, mali
-ious mnischief samew disposition,; Jolsi
Couney. flt ng, plead guilty anll was
fined 8 anl conmmitted; John lh.e, thei
Chinaman arrested for using itl.krvent
language and insulting Annie White and
e Jackson was J discharged; John
Whalen, arrested for fighting. ca -dis
amissed; Dennis Lynch. arresed for fight
ing, fine of f8, paid.
, au s.ersv. Ouaet b.mets of fi r I
clols of snk.e wars swept b t he N 1
NO FAITH IN THE CREED
iso w Oui1y TAIL.
vow U -mm - =&w. Tbhem amuh war a"
4th.o amu Whiling *a Admkt is
Upsef4a i the mmaman.
Bvrru, ept. .--lBet on an elemtek
ase ually coesidered as an Indieatim ato
the result. Them far in the present e4ce
tima bet comparatively few beta of say in
portane have been nmade by the .porting
fraternity of Butte. A reprteer of the
SWAnDAns today obtamned a patial list
of bets that have been made or offered in
this city. It wouki appear as if but few
republicans care to back their candidaklte
as a body, if they bert at all. They single
out mwen particular candidate and back
him against his opponent without refer
ence to the balance of the ticket. Joseph
K. Took' is a great favorite and no bets
can he obtained against him unless enorm
oUs oddas ar.e iven, or he is backed
in conjunaction with mnsnw other dsemocrat
who is qonakdced a nmuch weaker candi
date. Magannla is also a favorite, and
scores of moneyed men here are lookilng
for a chnee to punt up money upon his
election. There are few takers, however,
as Mr. ('arer is not regarded as being as
strong a candidate now as be was even
two weeks ago.
Bukt little i. heard of the balance of the
state ticket, though the friaends of Toole
and Maginnis are, of course, willing to
wager that the deemocrat. will win all
down the' line.
A few small bets have been nmade upon
the result of the county ticket, the de-cao
c(nts in most case' giving odkls. In the
early part of the week a few wagers were
laid that the dk.mnlratm weould r et a mna
arity of the ncounty ticket is Nilver Bow.
ut during the last few dtays even hy of
feriIag bi agsd the. kwxuemrates are unabhle
to merum aly nadmre such bargains. Al
mnstm every person one n'meetsnw con
coda. a vi.tory for tlhet dntrnxrary in il
ver Bow connty. Many M.ts are offend
that ila aIklltitko to carrying Silver Bow
for the coneaaty ofces the demnocrats will
also obtain a grnl najorilty in this coet1aty
for the state offlke'rs.
In fact If thwl. betting lhas hen light thsum
far In thi,s easulpaigl it is' h·cautse the
denmereitu are unuabk to obtain takers.
A STAsArna r".morter today hea rd Mr.
J. .W. Barkler of Anaondla. a stauith
relpubhlkan offer to het that Hutte wiukl
go rtpublkan and that Carter woukl hbat
uagisnin. Mr. W. J. Penmrse ijnmedi
ately took up Mr. Barker's challevlgel and
olfered him an even thing on hboth pnejso
sitkins as high as P, heat Mr. Barker
flunked. He wukln't het on ('rter if
ive I heavy oakl,. and 1w ..ven refused to
t on Bulttre, that Ihe that ansrrtel wonkl
gorwpublican by several huandrl. Sol.
evy of tlir Sk44hwarl laarnta has bet ltMl
with H. A. Henuier.on. So. . wagser.l that
thedenroerats will elect nure)n" h ci. oll the
Silver How rconsty ticket than will the no.
publicah's. Tie bet was evesl up asnd Sol.
thinkh Ie ha. a c.inch.
W. J. Pslrewse bet $SIt0 even with L. H.
Heranchlelhld of Heleake that Maginnis
woukl have a majority in D)eer Lodge and
silver Bow con-tikies.
Dennis D risclnl bet 8t:) with varoatrm r
publikans in Walkerville that Eugene
htullivanu will be electle sherif.
John ()'Hlearn hbet R~M) against $10 of
Mlike O'F'armell' money that Lloyd woutkl
he elected. A iruroeinest k*,rnocrat put
up ) even with Wm. Gallikk that Ma
ini. will win. The same mlan also but
tie) with Win. Galliek that Je.. K. Tonole
will he first iovernor of the state of Misn
tana. A prnrsine1nt detknerat of Helkas
har wagered $100 aainst a repualkaes
spldicatc's II00 that Maginnis will defeat
Larry Manning has backed Eugene Sul
livan for sheriff for 100a Pat Conloa
took the hbet.
Joe LaC'haelle harhbr, bet $7.10 to 15
that Maginsnils will he elcted.
Rod Isggatt offers to bet 1960 that the
Imnajority of the tktocratic candMtates on
the Silver Bow county ticket will be
The proprietor of the barher shop on
the corner of Park and W yomisrl streets
has hacked Tookle ald Maginnis for 110.
Joel Whlatlky, a staunch republican,
wagredl 13) even on Magislnis amnl an
other $*3 ons Toole. Perrin Irvin covered
one twenty and Hathaway the other.
Jortl 1et on tlhew km.ewratic candklatel not
l.eass.u hle will vote that way. but bI
cause he thinks it the safet idkle to bet
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It In staid that a numlaner of Walkrmrville
rcw.ihlkalun have Inut Ilp a lot of Inoley
onr John E. Lloyd for .whriff.
"YaLak." a we.ll-known man llt this
plce.. has frlequently offered to-day to put
a,. $1010 even nI Maginnis. hbut cal findel no
Judgel Herlbrt. of Wa'lkervillh. told a
rTAIIAHn repolrter that he had bet $100
ot ('Carter with Mr. Harrlngton. of W'alker
ville. The judlge asays he ha. $1611 mn,,w
which lie will palt aup on John Lloyd for
-luriff. or ('carter for collgn, alnalln.
JaIInw H. Lysnelh has wagered $1..O)oeven
nll against a Iike anounat tiut lip by a
tailor lnallnwl M'on iille. Lnch beta
that Txookle bwat. Power.
A dklnemorat bet a repulhlican Ido to $a)
tl.at salkl repuballhl an 'ovullh'lt pick out six
winlecra Onil theO whlole, re .llican tkiket.
The moneyl w ias aut lup. The rpleahl-ican
sat downl to plek otut hal six nlwn. Hei
Mtudlied three-calurter.r of ana houIr anud then.l
beged off andul was allow.l to draw his
Two clerks in the lonlnr Mercantiile
Co.'s stoear be'tt 5 a aide o which party
shoukl elect the most of its canlidkate.,
from the governor to county (o¥anmil.
John H. Curti,. of u('rtii & May. was
coonilng ill on the. train freanu De.-r Lodge.
ye.temlhy when a gentle.lnaal of the rin
puth-licuan twrntrHaono was loudly offering
to hurk the republican "state tickekt for any
reis.aiatbleh isneltllat. Mr. I'urtiw took the.
luatte'r Ual naeld oefferedl to het $1,000 to $5ll)
that tlhe delsaenratle cmdliidatl . for gInv
ernor would wims. The remllubliclan woculll
In the (alifo.rnia Brewery dalooul
tlw.t camr ewe olltainmel Oil the. numajoirity of
thel wholel dlennlratic ticke*t at skll. of
100) to $75. Albaut the amie dekls are.
hlwiag offered ils varlious otlher ahlomllm ian d
gamblling pluce.s itl favor of the lln,.nr
ra.y. It is likely that betting will hwe inolw
lively fromt nacw till ithe day of election
tluim it haw beeIn thust r in tder campaignl.
.......eal rfats Iecr..
BLrrsw. Sept. 29.-The following tranm
fore of real estate were recorded at the
county retorder's olUte at Butte today:
In the natter of tsh estate of Jacob
Trustern. der conrlalng usalek - of lot 8
in bloek 46, of Butte, to H. L. Frank for
SI.0o: part of Hoene lode, lot No. 200, to
ThoIna. D). Parry f.r $18N; part to Elisa
wthl Ann Keat for Call8O and part to Jolhn
F. Williames for w
Smitha & Kesler have deeded to Shulli
vanl & tN ('Nl for laknd in the Sum
suit Valley nn district.
larles Ph, iekebersr ha sold to
SIurr Clark. for $.1t), bhi one-half inter
held lSW; Preak Marshg about j owre
9, and maswr - 'pas.. .lsm0 to ire,
:t1~ -~ ldoeV. kiros~ H1,
Aa m~I.DhC.S mi -" WUo £Y~
" Ne.. ·b w u ·3 be ts d
- toa~ IaMshmimom. M~t
bt ~ lend on the Plyouth beds
elim.~O~a -_b~L a~l
It is better that a mean should he ahbusl
thaa ffggottenr.-Ir. Jo~a as,
kervllty Is ta devotion what hyporrmy
ias t vh tee.-4sse. d. irardiae.
Women sare ever dhupes or victimsa t
their extremn+e snskltve e.s.- olsae.
Ibgowmeenlanrw is the only parmdeti out
of which we can not he driven.-Rickt.r.
There will always he romance In the
work) ais long as thee are young hearts In
Make yourself an honest man and then
you ton) hIe ..ire there 16 i. r ascal low in
the world. E rl".uie.
Asmther New ('raeer.
it -rae l tt, the.. 4tanldart.
WAnnulIrr ,l ept. 2f.---Mewe. Halt
clatn Br.n. of thisi city wer to-day awarded
thlle cotrart.. at ta..Mjt, for .-on.tr*lrtilill
ai iremn atnil st.itI ship at the. Norfolk nsavy
TOLD IN A LINE.
Baby c.rriaes at cost at the Bee Hive.
Picture fr-ulnasm Ind to onder at thte .e
Lo.ks repaimed and keys fitted at the
Conmplte. line ol cartridges at Anacon
da Harlware ('o's.
Go to Haweu for fine work in photo
Egcellent is the finish of Hawess photo
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hardware
Have y.em seen th.se fine haurgiunglamps
at the B14-4 Hive.?
SEastes & (.smne.ll have receive d their new
fall stock of ekleaitg.
GuensI andul amlnuallktian at the Anauconda
Phelte*.riahs in all the latest novelties
at Hawes'. Palace. St-udio.
PFr style.. IjexI gIods and a perfte.t fit
go to Ests &( Ceians.l's for yollr clothinga.
Loadeel shells at Anaconda Hardware
New uIIlnerwear, over-shirts, reek wear,
hats and ceatc, hoots andl shoew, at Estes
Guns alld rifles at Anacondla Hardware
After the 15th Inst. Mr. B. F. Mahan
will rec.eive. the mining stcrk quotatiouns
of the St. Lails market daily.
*I yt.e want a xlt Doe.lmstic, Imnported
or Key West i go to l). TitJlen'
cigar stor*,. corner 1st and Oak streets,
Estes & ('nnell are narkinlg their new
stock of hleuthlls and Itfrnishing i.sI-s at
prices thl. will plea. all wlho want first
It you wazmt a smlt of clothes made to
order cenII at Ebste- & (onnell. They lhave
over lIP saml ups t st ele.et tr.., andtl guar
antee a is -erf.et fit.
('all aiusl se tle tse pillhse at .ll cents at
Estes & ('cnllnell Le.rerantile ('o.'s
The Montana Lindhur & Prnt rsce ceon
pany will Ina.Ie you F l htte'W e rklCs onI hiay,
grain aitsl .eed In large and snmall lot.
hey carry the largest stock In town.
L[dki, call antd sne those 3lN cnt
plushe . nov on sale at the Estes & (:o;n
nell Men-attik i (o.'s.
ESTES & ONNELL
Special Bargains for
Silk Plush, 16 and i8 in.
wide at 5oc per yard, worth
goc and $5. 24 in. extra
goods at $1 per yard, well
Black Faile Silk at 75c,
for this week only. Colored
Faile at 95c per yard.
Black Rhadame Silk for
874c per yard. This silk
is actually worth $1.50. WVe
cannot replace the same
silk for $1.20.
Surah Silk in all the new
evening shades at 49c per
New lineof Colored Sateens
at 5oc per yard.
NEWI DRESS GOODS.
Direct from Paris. All
wool Tricot, 4o inches wide
All wool Ladies' Cloth,
40 inches wide (a nice line
of shades) at 5oc per yard.
Fine all wool imported
Ladies' Cloth, 54 in. wide,
at 75c per yard.
1Vool Surah in all the
newest fall shades, 40o in.
wide, at 5oc per yard.
New goods arriving daily
in every department.
ESTB & CONNELL IIR. CO.
ned .h, Donner sad other., St. Pad, I pr
. and Sum, and Queen, aSuO ms. D. A.mb
BY EXPRESS I
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Shown this season by any firm in the city.
Ladies Intending to Buy a Nice Dress
will do well to call on us and inspect them,
before purchasing elsewhere.
AI'ESPEICTIFULL I ,
M. S. A SCHHIEIM.
Marriage is Not a Failure!
ThaI. it you are tarri and Ilia iLa Anae.ne a dwl buinya your WiWlWTVg oft Oi
ANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
Who ar always to tl( tnert with a Vull IU.ne amd (lskue. l4r4e..cIam prbs beu
to su. We show t.da week a lour full of
Hard and Soft Coal Barnes and Wood Heaters
Also a cupprlet lite of Manmes sad Woodl ad (al C'ooek hies.
* *MMLINITION *"*
We are Ilwealeau rters er r('lrtrltgeli. ('eotr ms YItre . lhat lua s eth.ed b a aLI d il
Walous.. ten aIl.oiest talk salenit. Nm4 Iatn. ItUles asl Sr Itevve.rrs uam (C'knlrtde r olls e
ihe*.'etbrSatd lRhusit. 'uowde-r. (a'llal. seeu. o)IsEN TILL TIN AT N4I(1HT.
THE ANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
My Work is all First-Class and of the Latest
Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
Over PFet. ste.e Am.cesa.
MacCallum & Coutier's,
low I your rlua to buy. CaU and ls pect our *uek. IVul M et
STAPLEAND FANCY GROCERIES:.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
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