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NAIIA DUPARt DAILY POE
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MAIIA DAEUI DAILY PUOM
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ad Seartl ..d ...... A.10 I. N.
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adWs aer n d a t ..... ........ P10 r. N.
and Batten .......... ...... .... ION A. M.
~and Iencweii 4Am P. N. Tuesdays. Thurs
nails cls nuites before depsrture.
The daily record of the thbcrno neter in
this city is reparted by A. T. Playter,
driggist. Pir stavet. The recrd for yes
t.rday was: 7 a. m., degree 12 m., 61
Mees;4 p. an., 64 degrees; 8 p. in., 49
Joslpioa to the StaNdard will be rr
-ead at the bs.iamn opeg., or at tlwe ahne ol
rrislet XIang, Main turet. Adrertising
ams be larmsed at the buait.e olee,.
add esiidia.g, erseer of Main and
ABOUT THE CITY.
At 12 o'clock last nigtht a dnaughter was
baurs to Mrs. C(harle Philipson of this
The contractors who are huilding the
mew main aewer are pushing the work
and will anon be waiting for pipe.
Servlce at Nt. Mark' ebhurch. Epi.en.
,ae estald at 11 a. in. and 7:0 p. an.
elyhbool meets at 3:a p. an.
Rome oe the nmmbere of the city coun
eBm h me tlsaI of minng a part of he new
r engse hoouse or a eousancl chamber.
ArmeImaeantn ame completed for the
grmnd ball to he held by th Alert home
ea~av. It prosales to he a brilliant
Pla.s have been completek for the new
blek to be buillt at the corner of Main
and Firnt smeet. H. A. Anderson ha the
After the Ares td neat month the hand
s tnom In the northeast carner of the
Metama will be opeaew as a furnithing
and bet stow.
Owing to the icknelan of a gauest iln the
hotel the concert announced to hre tis
last night ia the dinlng-roonl of the Mon
tam, was postponed.
Last evening Frank Kennedy. demo
emale candidate for Joint reprementiave
it the legislature left Anaconda for D)l
lo, experting to hr a hment a day or ~wo.
Paul Delaney won the gold watch at the
arte in the Arcade salon last night, ov
the highet throw, 47. The ,ilver watch
was won bhr George . BreIn on the low
GETTING THU.R DESSERTS
A Var.ety e Mlis.ene Trred Im the r.ilto
Lottie Woodward who patted Alugustus
Etricson on the hewaul with a beer hottle' on
Thurmlay night, was arrainlaged efore
Justcee' Fitgerakl yesterday. nhe will may
62 for the priwvilege.
John Moore who was arrested by Offcer
Hale oan suspicios of having st.ole, Joilnl
Ca. gher's watch and $11 inl money. was
ried sand although the theft was not
prov.n co..clusively. the cirean-.mstanatial
evidea. e was of the stMrongest character,
and Moore having a hbad mrerel was cona
asigedh to the county Jail for H0 days.
Thonms Mareusen was fin ed 110 and
costs for fiting C(harles Gnrahau.
Iltty Dean. who after Ieing eJected
row ir. Wtalker.'s hIoucs ~ rve evivk.eme
of aimg a nmouth omn her llke. Tanner's,
was Mned asand costs.
We se Alt Liable t IK. Ula-md.mwst.ed.
rueam the Bufituk (,urter,
A young naur walking along Main street
aeted into a salu. on He went as far as
the door. stoppedw. hesitated, and thel
tmarnin walked away. A religious exa.xhe
ter, notiing lain actioni. hastenled after
hlasa and placnrg lais hamad ons the you.'r
himan's shoudkkr began to praise his ne.urd
.snarage. etc. "(hla, that isn,'t it, " said the
youth, "tut you sh he* duran't keep as
wood beer as Hilly does.'" amnd Iwe stap.l wl
lut anotther rewrt leaving the horrified
dominie with a text fer his Sunaday
A b-mwxjg bemus. witis hat!, tremve. clusets.!
hot and c"Id wate~r. furnaiture* Nor msale.I
Addre.. Box 50kk city.
J. A. Hiazley has ntutmd Isis phainsloing
obap ~threw blorks west cpf Main estrcet tots
Thlrd tret. A-avt orders as AmaastestLi
The Montana Lumheu & Pvodumcoon
aaOW amw now mr&4evina Imps cOsandon
0MINDmof L.big6. stove and tout, Coad
Solbraft an Rock Springs coal se
for family ume., which they are
s o furnish to counisunem at hot
Namein om&ml lots or by the car
So so Andemuon & Thomas for samb
dougoo glaos amouldiugs aned finisohing
THE FIGHT HAS BEGUN
hmpim g saw h uwOa as
Met l bs int.
U.wav e s PT. eemined s. ('e ee Vet..
at Two eembSess Are TIbrew
OeM--ess.M of SMt
tpa to the andard.
Beirra (k-t. 1S.-The hoaud of eauvass
era has been working steadily since 10
o'clock this morolg ons the Aolelal csuat,
and up to waon had om pleted nineteee
peelnerts. At :I o'clxck this afternoon
the hnerd re.coeveued. The policy of the
camuva-eres Is to take in writing all objecbe
tikms to the cogunt of tie pre'inats, and go
on with the count, the Intem'tion twing to
decide all mcaw hereafter. Thewr is fear
among the demoerats that the hoaed will
throw nect the flrat ward Inl this city.
where. as stated in the STANalII) todwlay,
no vten was Irork.d, but only the
tallr sheets enmot its.
When per.inet No. 21 -Roke-r--was
reachedl. Judge Dixon. on he
haIlf of the denaoerat.,. filed
objectloes on the grsmasd that now of time
Jsmeess lual not I.aen appoinatel y the
conlnslakners, tihat aanoth0.r wan not
sworne in asaid that tlhre were oely three
JLdgeP, whereas there are 127 voters in tieh
precimat. ('oenmieoner Jack salkl that
omaly three jdges werLe appo llated h.CaUasse
aeuorelin to the vote of last year. only
that aialnaher wan reqsaireld.
When precinct No. 22 wan re"alael Jdge.
Nldana ohjt.edl to the coult one tier gruenal
that the clerks swore lea the J udg aalil
that the hooks we. cerol tifeld to by
two J ..dges.
ML('sane's wood eamup was rachlMel at -
o'clork this afternoone. TiaeunposIr (n'anp
hell for the r+pieldamnsnn objelteel to the'
eastnt. Tlar hooks were awee-ornlamUkeei by
a buamle of afiklarvits of objections to
voters. The egistry cle rk had taken .care
of the atlldavits, heat hlad Iot neornkldl op
po-ite the nannwe of the. chall.ngel voters
the entence., "To he, ehllklge.dl.'" Juelge
D)ixon clainedl that thin was the. Iwle..t
of the registry agent anid not the fault of
the judges of eketion. Time Igreuall of
Mr. (:'anphell's objection were* that thei
restr~ y hook had not hees n ctur~.l acid
that orne jlkgel coahle not read u e writ. anid
had to sign his namnw by mnakin a cr~n.
The last peecinet was r*a.nh.l at r
oclock, when the hoalEl aItearjnel uilntil a
o'clock for the peurpose of II te.cil to t the
argument on the matter of contents. At $
o'clock tlwe rmis of the. eanvassing hboard
was filled with intereceted eitismns. U'nited
States Attorney 1Weedl of Helena was
amsonr those present. Judge W. WV.
Dlixon made a pkldlidkl argumen'.t for
a fair count. He maikl: "I do not
believe one objection mn eitherskide is well
taken or that this board has any rlght to
eatertalin themn. I nadel my pbj ctions
to molcn of the eprw-ietA *inlaly
to protet ourrelu hbeause t1h
other skle hId mnade o tions. Thum in
asme the technical obJe.tions stand they
will work both ways. If oeo-hahl of thema
stand theme will necuearil, he a conlplete
reoeantig of the vote. ou nu nt estat-,
Ilt a unifoem rule, anl if one of tlhere i
thrown ouet for an Informality. another
must be thrown out on the sanw gmrounds.
You must not, furthermuore confine your
selwee to ohaed-tions nade lere. but must
throw out all in wbhicb tlhere l any
laIity. Yet I don't consider an oect
on either band worth entertaining. Yosu
am not hes to jue whether there is ille
g--lty or I toe. are simpy to
Sthe aetytat see s t rhey sm frome
tbi propel authorlte to mtly laou they
indicate the will of the voters, yld to add
theen up. No matter how infornal the
may he it in your duty to take what i evr
dnrtly the intentioen of the voters and add
them up. In no state scan canvaming
hoards go hbehind the returns, and our
statutes ar much narrower amid leave the
leant power of an to the canvassing
boardn. Section pate 91 reads that
it in the duty of the bbt arto open the pe
turns ad nuake abstracts of the votes.
Whether they are regular or not i Imma
terial, o long as they coaw from the
proper authorities. The hoard not to
detenrmis the legality of the voting or
whether the r try aget or Jue
n,··th C;;ICll,·&IVr ·Fr
is tle statute of our territory.
Whether the j)ugaes were sworn or not ai
imnatemrrlal unlews it is shown that it
made the votes in that precraiet different
froam what they would have ween. They
nfh.eet to pre-inet No. 14 htcaulme only the
tall list was put in and not the total flg
ures. Yet thenr is iothing to show that
thenhy persons lhave been deprived of
votingll who ought to vote. In several
cases where the figures aund tallier dit
f.eser yE. have takenl the tallies as your
guide. In this you had all that was .secw
ey to show the Intention of the voters,
and the very thing you have hueesl going
by all along. In tls case objected to you
have tallike; why not take thesm
asLl Lnake theI figures. III other
cases you verifted and corrmeted,
fig.rase fron stie tallies. Ises it eonnse
dokwn to) much, a ipoit that a registry ar.llt
or jutgu of ek.ctoti cal defeat the will of
all Silver Bow by failure, to performt his
duty? Then It is not a qnestion of lele
tios on votes but of what upstart will fail
to perfornu his duty. In reference to the
Tunlsel ipMwsciet time only objectionl a that
there we roe or two mone. votes polel
than were cousnted. Because the tJges
ade a minstake are 1756 nIIen to be dil
franchhisedm Not only comuaon sensue but
tle decisions of the courts forbid that.
The elurts say that whela fron the re
turns you can tell what the vote Isa heesll.
thten little IrreguIarites will lnot lanlt.
Ti.re is no stateWment of any fraud."
"WMe4uarrie, on elections, section 219.
msay the duty of anvassing olffiers is
pearely nlhniterial. They mnllt receive
alid eoun)t the votes as preIsented by tlhe
returuns and easlsot go behind the returnse
lal aly case. Juldge Knowles. on tim
bemchll, dIlv.lrd anl opinlon whkich was
sound. althlough it unay lot coinlide witlh
thli opinlion as repubhlicasn counsel to
night. He says tlhe canvasniasg board has
nothing to do tut tketersinse the a.straut
of the vote as retuarsedl to thenm. Theyr
have no olther legal dutkie to performn. anl
Ieau astlhority to so tlbehind the returns.
Judge. Mc(urarr* says the frquestin
iS. was there a fair vote
and an honest count. That
ls the only qtestion; not whtlher
the clerks o registry or judges were sworn
or certifed prop.-.ly. It is not of much
onsemueswr who counted the vote son
long as they were rounted fairly. If surh
informnalties are to throw out preinacts,
the election is a farce. It is no loIger a
qstla of voters bt of capturing the
dishonest or carek.s registry a t oa r
clerk. ()ne little petty ofelal is then
more powerful thaea IOU voters. The voters
have complied with every reiarlty of
law. They dkl their duty, then let their
votes b coutated. If the Austraillan system
is hut a blind to let the popular will be
defeated, let us know it and lind out at
odac whether the systemn works with, or
against fraud: whether it helps a dishon*
est ofieeur to carry an election at his will.
"All we want is a fair count. Fromn
every return you can gather what the vote
is and yor miniral duties are simple.
We claim the rilgt to have the votes
counted as rturnaed."
Lawyer Catuphell objected to .preincts
a and elab eMmalm la Wk am
had ---W~k-~-to A^-twok^-k - B^ ^B^t
bAem auemadOd 411p11
that-gruadm. He maid be tank wpal
mition "%in any pmadhen wtoAo «- rp.
1Ten 'swaer not pwopierty h 0 011e01
should not he mouantd. V M"
willing to aUow preilnet No. 14.
wbhob bad given a m-11 reuilMean
umajoryt. but the i««turn of whkh had not
ImIen propert male to he thrown au. As
to p nt stha tatute. dlmanetb' my
that In any pretinet whorm smore thnt 10
votem art registotwid flive wimhgem of elm
Uon mball be appolosted. but therm had been
only three Judgem appointed whikh was
iUlhwel. and the votes should not he
coesnted. Let it be neoted that it warN a r4
IPiltckan board of rconnaialowerm tnat ntvg
<ft*-« to romply With tin statute. In tham
rspeckt. ( amnphril Iere tried to
get the hoard to remeiwv« affidlavito
an to alleged imrewuarltife In preinct at.
Jialge' Kirkipatrk-k Insiitwed that tlw hoard
had no right to ra-ecive alay U.titenony AM
to the. c<lutm<rtr of the vote.
Thiwlr duloty war aimnply to count
the vote as retuniswl to thben
Siy the Jielgeo andt cklrks of tl«eetlon. He
argeVed that If the hoard reflved oua mcli
agfIdavits tim-y Woemlk lIsve to give the
otther midl thins to file afHtlavits; in replp
84,14 thu. ti0. thiiK woMAhi drutr along until
the Imbard tot eattIavaew-ro wokuld reMilve
itmelf into to trihoanal fow thIe trying of all
e-oiitetvcl cectloon eaw'm. Mr. (ampbell
suid the reppahlleain had proof that fraud
had bees. enncinsittoo and that eertaIn of
the officIalot at precinct 34 had pratically
envenitted pti-reay it that they rcertled
to tim- .heiftioss rmturn.' withouet having
IN-i-14 tarement at the ramavas.. of the vote.
E-4'hief Justice McConnell herse
read authorities to *bow that the
duties of the hoard of eanvassers
wre sinmply and purely nlanisterlal and
not Jlllal. Thie authority quoted was
Judge Knowles lhnmself in a declsion resn
:ere.n in a case almost the counterpart of
the presen t nme, and wlhn the worthy
judge war upon time hbench. The opinakr
of Judge Knowles at them time was that
d o duetie eoanvassing board weNr
to take the ri-turni as shown upon the
face of theiu and enot to go hehind them,
and tlhe action of ally indivklual mnetber
of the hoarel or of the judges or clerks of
:.lctions. no mattetr how illeal., coulk not
disfranchise voters legally entitled to vote.
Judge Knowleso replied that lull and
corrt rewturns huad not been made by the
hIleges and clerks Ie prei.lnet a3. The re
pulians had a iklavits to show that the
clerks in precinct 3M had been exeludel
fron. the polling booth during the count
of the vote and that they had signed the*
certificate of returns fraudulently and
euLer ulllndale pesaslur.
At 10 o'clock the Republicans preripi
tated without any notice or hint a lot of
amdsvits. They were readl by Thompson
Samphell. It is sufimclent to say o th
afildavits that they were obtained hr
('hllarl Jones, who went to the tunnel
anad worked as a conmno labhorer several
days to get then. The first affidavit was
by William ()'Rt rean, one of the Judges of
election at the tunnel district. He testi
fled that he is a democrat and onme of the
j'judges and that there were only thMe
judge preent during the count. They
lcked- the door and I temittd mn one
to enter and blindd thle wln4hr;
and refused admittance to every.body.
Part of the votes were counted in the place
where they were east and part in another
place. Affidavits were also prese.ted
from M. 3. Albon, Andrew Green, AJel
Anl.ersn and John A. Anderos ' tho
clnaimed to have voted the straight e .
Mcan ticket in the Tunnel preci.ct.
returns only showed three repubfea
votes frn that peeenct. Thomtson
(ampbhell asked that this reinct he
thrown out, because It is a fale retwre
and that No. o6 be thrown out becauso
there . no return fron there at all.
Judg e Knowles admitted that the board
must count the returns, but maid the board
must decide what is a return. In the Tun
nel district No. ia hbe maid the
clerks were etcl and . the
dki all the comuntig
yes and did the clerks' work.
M lsaid that three corrpt ol~nd
trolled b a rilamoad boss who is a b of
piuadle., shall not control this new sta.
The retmrns are in the hand-writing of the
judlges, and not of the lerks.
Judle Mc('onnell exkprwmed surprise
that legal men shouk spring aflldavlts at
a late hour without any notification.
Judge Knowles I. not on the bench now,
he maid. nor i lhe before a tribunal but is
simply makig a ba htling speech for the
boys to hurrah. In Boulder anml In Lewis
and Clarke county. precincts were counted
where the returns were only from three
judges, withbot the signatures of
the clerks. The vote of precinct
eight lacked only the adds
o the tallies, a matter o
no importance whatever. Tie speaker
called on the judges to rise above party
npreudlee and show tlemselves patriots.
No man doubta that the votes a cast have
lren correctly returned, and that is su11f
Judge Kirkpatrick sakl: "If you decide
that the. n.trns fronm prenllct a is not a
rtemrn. thenhe returns are not yet all in.
The 15 days in which the votes can he re
turnled have not yet expired, aend you have
Ino right to canva.i votes before. the re
rturns are in or the 15days have e ireid.L"
(:hairnmn Jack asked as to the duties
of clerks. Judge Kirkpatrick said the
dutkies aribed to ecerks in the stat.te. are
•not mandatory, ut directory. The judges
can legally fulfill them.
At 11 o'clock the hoard adjourned until
10 o'clock on Monlday morning.
There is mnuc ecxe tment in the city to
night over the counting. Crowds are collect
ing about the streets and threats are openly
made In case the two precincts are thrown
out. The throwing out of these two pue
cincts would elect six or seven republican
lncermtetatives and several of the county
otfhcals. As the vote stands, the dkmo
crats heretofore annlnesced as elected,
will he elected except Harry Hynes for as
sessor the offlcial vote showing five ma
prlty fNor Holland. the republican candi
date. At the order of ('lairman Jack. the
return of the Tunnel tdistrict has hbeen
spekame . tll. Teples.
Npe.lal to the ttantard.
SrOacAlst PALLS., W. T., Oct. t1.- The
rk*Iwst nil..ral strlke in the c(our
di'Alenes this sel mn was nmide today by
a ldetaf anld dumb nul,. John M. Smllit,
one 1nie from Millan. Idaho. At a depth
of flfteen feet a live foot vein was struk
showing eighteen Inches of solid ialena.
t hi..quar.r interest bhas been bonded for
Policeman Gillespie was today ld in
m0 bondls for aperanee before the
grand Jury oa cua e of steal lg relief
supplies. Counlcilman Duber's case was
taken under advimlsenret.
Wheo. Meimeasmer Ceuld Leare smemathlmg.
Fran the Wahtinicttuam Fat.
Meiisonker, the famous French artist,
has seen Buffalo Bill's show, and says be
believes he will coome to Anerica and
make mone studies of our wild west from
life on the spot. We don't profess to
know enough about the painter's art to
rive many points to Mr. Meissongyee, but
R be will take a run down Into Arisona
and keep his eye on the boys when they
met out to paint a town be will douttless
learn something about strong colorang
and rapid, accurate drawing.
FIXIlNG THE MAJiORITIES
. mm ll me as a
Sasrys eassee ta esme S ises Caesp
Oases a.ha s o"pteems
t'ounty Cha luuma k Walker, me
Klan and Judge Imee smn are maemamew o
the board to easvass the oll tal seem.
for fDes ldse monty. Under appoit
ment dof Mr. Walker, J. B. MeMsteam_
and W. F. Furay act a elerks. The me..
inmg are bheld la the sm of the county
eoannualmsoner as the caur house at Deer
Lodge. The wemases are public, and, al
though the business Is extremely tedious,
thet are plenty of spectators. The count
bas not thus far heen Ilterrupted by pro
teat of any kind. Attorna.y O'Banu.lua is
present, but the work proceeds quietly.
Tle board bal ltalbed the county ticket
and tbie clerks will take next Monday for
a revisons of footing, sand the cae.pletion
of It. work on tbh state and county ticket.
Tuesday will be given to the offclial count
nn precinct oflrcrs, and it I. believoed
that the whole job will he finished by
TITs morning the STANDARD gives the
oflieial returns on aonst of the county of.
cr brianging the wo.rk of tbhe haord sp to
the hour of adjournment yesterday. It
will I beent that all the dnoemrats thus
far counted on the county ticket have safe
majorities, except McTague who is de
defeated for the oflfie of assessor by the
narrow nargin of four votes. Following
is the table of returns on the county ticket
thus far couwleted:
4juIagkM. dem/wDrat .... ....... .Y ff
Muurr. repullieua ..... . mu
Majority for 104yle .. .... . .. 4g
Knyn denoa .................. . it
('oIrmua. rrpubl blaa ..... JaMY
Majority for Keny yo ...................... 38R
Kraucltou. tle1.gerif.................... .. 2a6
Aural. rop ubikaa ...... . . ........ 2H11
Majority for Bra* n ................... a
/"Lr.KK (,r trlMTK14T c*,lTyT.
ýallt/u1. drmrwrra .. ................. ....... 2a1
hak. rpuWlca ........ ... ...
Majority for Sr4Im ............. 4M.
Moatre. rrdebM ocrat........................ 2M1
Haaflktu demewnat .......... .. 7*6
*calr democrat. 25
Majority for ma ........................ 4
cpIIkrrll. ru lfraa ... .................. m.
Hmoltno. demr( ....................... *If
5(Wotfr. demcrat.......... ............. 27I1
Kep ler~~h kaa ..................... ... 266
More. rrpulwrea ................... ....... 867
MCI"KKINTKNUKNIT flY P'Hllc' INlctYL'I'IlN.
Wolfe. democrat ................... ......... 286
Murphy. republcam ......................... 07e
Majority f04 Wolfe ........................ sm
Ilam I. demorrat ........................:... 2Ith
Mamass. repubbsau ......................... MM
Majority for w ...................a.....
MORE RECORDS BROKEN.
Leaml AIte1s IPeomwdleW Mhe Amsesemi
Treek erw All LThat' Oat.
As the driving park yesterday afternmon
as impromptu ictohr meetang was bekl,
the frst event being a three-mile rae
straihbtaway, eateh-as-catec-ean between
Bob Fenner's horse (laders and H. A.
Anderson's hay mare Juliet. Cinders was
driven by Margan Evans, while John V.
Burke handled the mima over Juliet. The
stakes were $0 a side. At the second
attemp they got the wrdu and the escite
ment began. Something less than one
hundred enthusiastic spectators howled
themelves hoarse as the two horses casm
thundering down the stretch for the first
mile nosme ard nose, and both gIl like a
stack of reds on a faro layout. Tse eec
ond mile was merely a repetition
of the first, neither horse having
anr deciked advantaee, while the
third oved more exciting. As they
entered the stretch for the wind-up it was
seen that both were exerting every eRort
to reach the wire first, with Julet in the
lead and Cinders under the whip a length
behind, making a hard fight for first hon
ors. Juliet poked her nose under the wire
first, however, with Cinders a close se
ond. The ocBeial timea as indicated by
an .eightday clock presided over by Mayor
Mahan. was 11 minutes D) seconmds, which
was remarkably goud time considering
the fact that the wind was not in their fa
The sewomd event was a mile heat be
tween the amne horses. Cinders, being
actuated by a desire to get even and win
the stake money-4*. a side -son took
the lead and held it thr.umgbout the race,
winnlin easily. The official timne is sup
ipremid by request.
Mrs. S. 0. Daniels, of Boston, Mass., is
a guest of Mrs. Hoge at the Montana.
Mrs. E. N. nmith, of Butte, is visiting
Mrs. B. F. Mahan for a few days.
Miss Evans and Miss ()'Farrell were
guests of Mrs. Marcus Daly .,n Saturday.
The meeting of the L.L L.. society held
at Mrs. William Read's on Tuesday eve
ning was a most enjoyable one and was
very largely attended.
Mrs. M. B. Slater, of Anaconda, will
spend the winter in (alifornia.
Mrs. Wm. Read spent Friday in Butte?
the guest of Mrs. J. K. Clark.
Mrs. Dickinson, who has been spending
several months with her sister, Mrs.
Robert Law, expects to leave for the east
about the 15th.
The wedding carns of Mr. Janes B.
Wells and Miss Nettle Sadler, for the 17th
inst. have bteen received by several Ana
conda people this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Miles have taken
rooms at The Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I). Grant of Butte.
are sojournit ig a few dlay at The Montana.
Mr. Jamcw F. Lansing left Montana
Thursday fer San Francisco. From
thence he goes to New York to locate, per
Dr. (. P. Hough of Butte is a guest at
Encouraging r-ports were received last
night from the physicilans attendinu Ma
E. P. Jones and D. F. McDevitt of Butte.
were in town yesterday.
James Berry and P. Shaw of Dublin,
Ireland, are guests at the Montana.
A well-ventilated storage room. Inquire
of ('has. Bertseh, Silver Bow Saloon.
We have just received our fall dess
rimmlngs. For elegance, style and
beuty t.hey ar surpass ayttg yet
shown In Montana. ('all and look thetn
D. J. Haxuxas? MzaIcUyvIx. Co.
D. J ennessy Mercantile
Anaconda, Butte and Missoula.
.RPITRL. - - - *250.000
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. . HENNESSY fMERCAN7ILE CO
Corner Oak and First Streets.
Mail order reeelve speelal attention. Express paid on all goods
ESTES & CONNELL
Special Bargains for
Silk Plush, 16 and 18 in.
wide at 5oc per yard, worth
qoc and $I. .24 in. extra
goods at $S per yard, well
Black Faile Silk at 75c,
for this week only. Colored
Faile at 95c per yard.
Black Rhadame Silk for
87$c per yard. This silk
is actually worth $S.5o. We
cannot replace the same
silk for $1.2o.
Surah Silk in all the new
evening shades at 49c per
New line of Colored Sateens
at 5oc per yard.
E-ME DRESS GOODS.
Direct from Paris. All
wool Tricot, 40o inches wide
All wool Ladies' Cloth,
40o 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, 40o in.
wide, at 5oc per yard.
New goods arriving daily
in every department.
IESTS & CONIELL R, CO.
* J. C. KEPPLER.*
Vatchuaker and Jeweler,
Alt Orass .1
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Op
tical Goods, Silverware, Etc.
BIELENBERG & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, fItton and Pork,
PAIR DRALIJO B RA.OXARIWLU wmIin
J. P. DUNN,.
Produce of all Kinds.
VIW8T ST. A.ACONDA, MONT.
3a. C. HRYNES,
LIVERY AIM FEED STABLES.
First-Class Turnouts and Mod
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