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Door L t to-44 A. M.
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silver Row 5:43 P. M.. Sumart oa M F. M.
POVi I.-ramw t("am-leofty ;aou
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tide A. C-Fui' Iubtre and tarritmu -Arrives
&I Stuart 7:5 A. W. Silver Wlow s-.I A. M..
aietts:4% A. M. Trisiraii enuaw isat mumart
writ train ftw I)arrimon. wlleh arrives at Ih.r
Laude 9:3. trriom 10 A. Nt.
at" FP. 46--Vor 4arrisun Arrives at StuIart
S:15.lf D aw~ alge 4.1w.Garrbwo.ma4:.IO.
44I . IS.-For titU--Arrivcs La Stuart 4:1
Silver PAIw 4:37, Butte 4 :fd.
TM Ir. 20.-ForDuitte-Arrtve mat MuarKT:l1,
Silver Flow aU1. IIutte 0:1:
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
MAILS DrPART DAILY POR
Sr Lodgi. , Helena anl points North
d West of H l ................ 7.4 A. M
·md Mina-ia . . . . I'. U.
Stt lekn4 , aUll pdnt south. all
ItMlfrn I-»<*.......... ...... .. «.no P. M.
i lU. a ... ........ ........ ... 4.00 P. M.
CSM(> ndI PyRi.wa. II. A. . Mmnday. WeCI
lay arnF4 rkltay.
MAIlA AIRIVE IIAILY FROM
Mat and Itte ........................I I.M A. M.
Hri l a andI I er lwlrg .............. II. A. .
Bul ....... . . 6.u I'. tM.
AI nlnts Nornh and KnV3t of ;aiirlillu T7.W~ 1I. M.
All .nits Norlh ail % .*st if iGarrionn 7.. 1P. M.
All aiila Iouth. all Eairtrn SIal;ls,
a-d lHte .......... II.M A. M. 3.40 P. M.
. I . ... .. .. .............. ....... a~ A. n .
f rad I' -1nV , 4.uo rm M. M0 Tw ays. Thurs
day. hiaturdl y.
AllU malls clse 45 minutes Iw-forae dI.lrrtnre.
The daftirecord ofIw tb - -rN Lu
tIw city is reporsd by A. T. PuLtte.
drgis Firsl staest. Tb. .'.aud for te..
swdai warn: t7a. m.. 99 dgree.sI 12 in., 46
deares; 4 p. ms., 50 degrees1 5 p. m.. M
Inbaee3im to the Waudard wIl be re.
ud6Ed at bUa w'O .9e, or at the atom qf
Vuv&t " Kiuu, Mows m tvet. Adwertdudug
usr eon 6e laoowed at Ue heiwads. .95.,
.sdrd Building, eor~wa of Mods and
f%"d _ _ w Y
ABOUT THE CITY.
A non was born Sunday morning to Mrs.
Oeorg Owens, of this city.
The fair in aid of St. Mark's Epir opal
ehebk opens on Friday of this week.
A bouncing bag weighing eight pounds
has been weomend at the house of Harry
·b o |
The maign Sewer ha bee- n comnplest and
Tm m will be coameoted with the
A quorum not being present the regular
miuaeina of the omnnausn council was not
held let might. It may be held to-day or
r-gle o - A W' i
Fel ad Kellear, she pugilists, were in
towna last night masking arrangeents
eor a spsing exhibition to be given
within a few week..
Coal bes bens coming into town hr
.an leads during the last few days, and
pIs thouht that the meltter will resume
esti aon Wednesday od r Thurday.
Mr. J. K. Eveleth, who has been for a
blog time connected with the aus.y oflfce
a Carroll, ba resigned his position. It
`saild be bha accepted a position in Butte,
Mr. Eveleth's muany friends will hope
that be is not plaanning to get farther
away .fro Analonda.
Fel.l Franeis and James McManus were
a.rrsted by Omeer H ae and Buchanon
rlcy Sunday morning on suspicion of
. _nts n a box of smimon from Andy
n. Judge Fitsaerald was not s.et
isMd foem the evideae sthat they had
nmatd te ttft. and they were ao
It An Depead e T ram.
" By the way, Bridget," maid Mrs. Bland
the other morning, "how old are you ?"
"Shurs, mum." said Bridget. as she
poured three gallon. of kermoule on a
piee of wood two inches yuuare in the
glove. I wua Just alvin monthlr older than
me brother Tim, and if he live, till nUxt
October I'll be twinty-four."
I wish to Inform all nay old aund new
.estomners that I now carry a full line of
Sue eigar which I will sell lower than the
west6. JOHN V. PETRIT.
* a ot o1 seds, light sleighs and cut
tws d his own manufacture, made from
. bet tockL paribl o be had in the
ýR. Call &d mthe"' before par
mes L Caomm's .00 3i-es.' eloak is
MdIUn 6 Co. have a larg e t ck of
e rand chieken, at bottom prices.
A. T. P. has ust received a large
sek t pants and window glass.
Vtting cards neatly written at Tripp's
Mru. Wauren has neatly and tastily re
tw.d the Oakland House on FEast Second
tw.s. fornaeraly known as the Saratoa
otel. DesirMale rootm can bo had on
oseaonable ter s.
Jeka V. Petartls
a. Jst gsnelved 50,000 cigars which will
be pleed on the market at reasonable
At rtee £ Connells the cheapest all
r y every offered for sale in
Drink Bobemian or Hofln~iau twrr at
Jack Onarhleinm' the only pluce in the
eiOt to et it.
All shades of plushes at Estes & Con
MeM for as cents.
LArI, I oe of the finest furnishins
ar t, Just areived alt Eet & Con
Imsse & Mazwel ea closing out their
aladus,= and offering regardless of
THE NEWS IN HELENA
hum1 ThMt Blo wn I t " 4q
to ls the Utas h
iSI to C w W ha e m IS Wol no sd t
swo a a sWm-- - WhaS Me.
Uromem Are nvwidaUp
-ataWA. Dee. L.-It i uwem d eeSIugmt
th a anemer of seeatms hben eaoh eside
will se Isbrnal tenem~rewo to disemr
th eltsatism wit. a view et efeeting a
Slemet. Ule t" hIs dome it is ooe
eally beleoved that the rep.tabean rump
us anR meatorw will oake some klaud of
a malted move na few das. A pini-C
aeSt republicaa remarked today that two
republicam Umited Sates sematore would
be e.eeted waihla leer daps. The dieov
ery of the plot to mat Watson in Ma
Mamaru's seat without any regard to leal
procedure, Indicates that the co.slpiraturs
are In desperate straits.
are in desperate straits.
The soebase as proposed ie resgaded by
all respectable men as a mre bluff. It
MeNamara wese melligible.as is eartally
not the case. Watson could have no possi
ie right to the smat. Hl is il town to be
used if the repubUcan leaders need him.
It is maid that he will ask for aduaission
to the senate on Wednesday and there
being no op.pitlon the repuiwcan sean
atore will admit him and then meet the
rump house in jont session for the eloe
on ofe mnators.
Te aludacious boldness of such a
mehemne prevents any one believing that
it iL more than an attenpt to frighten a
few democratie senatore into line with
the republicans. The schesnu is said to
have th endorsement of the republican
leaders and conpirators. Major Magin
nis says that it I. foolish to give the plot
The house of re ntatives met this
afternoon at 4 o'clock with a quorum
present. After the preliminary routine
an adjournment was taken unstil to-no
row at 10 o'clock. A caucus of the house
was taln hekl.
The rpublian senator met as usual
at tO o'e lk and Immediately adjourned.
Senator Hodge made a short speech.
Among other thinsg. he maid: "It is hu
miliating in the last degree to think that
perhaps at thin very moment the conrss
of the United States it heing called to
orler. or preparing to oreanllie, when in
the senate of the United States where for
the first time two seats have been pre
pared for the representatives of the co
equal sovereign state of Montana, and
both are vacant."
It is evident that the conspirators are
preparing to increase the humnilation they
have rougt upon the state by electing
two "fake" senators.
The rump house met this morning hut
dki nothing more than onmkider the rules
presented by the committee. They will
meet to-ormrow in their new quarters in
the Granite block.
The presence of ex-Senator Thonas W.
Perry, of Michigan. who bore a promi
sent part in the Hayes steal of 1876 has
caused much comment. It is thought
that he is ikling the republican conspire
twe in a scheme to further their ends.
Yb. Useam Ma 'asb.Arse." A..eu e.
The Montena state teachers' assoelation
has decided to bold its Bret annual con
vention at Dillon from December 26 to
December B., inelusive. Mrs. M. S. (um
mins, of Helena, Is president of the ameo
elation. It Is expected there will be a
large attendance from all parts of the
state. The local committee bas made ar
rangements for the free entertainment of
all teachers that may be present. The
railroads have been requested to grant
low rates to all those who desire to attend.
-otee of which will he given later. The
rormne will be ready to distribute
December . Let all teachers of Montana
turn out and make the first annual meet
lnt of the sasupeation a grand success.
For further partcular address Miss M.
K. Hanks, chairman executive committee,
At T.b TheaMts..
'The Tigress" will be presented at
Evans Opera Hosme this evening, hr the
Grimmer-Davies company. This organi
stlion is known to the theatergoer of
Anaconda and will no doubt receive a
cordial reception. Of the attr~etions the
Sacrameato A.cord-Uraoe says: "The
Grisner-Davies ('omnpny had a fine house
last evening. The pa was the *Tigress.'
It I. a stroaglre enuatioal plr,. full of tell
ing situations and striking tablekau. Tmhe
uuarrel nrene between Petsbe Davies and
slls Archer is one of the best enacted
scelnes that has ever bean given upon the
Th. Hyer simtenr and their eniupAny of
colored actors delighted a fAie audielince
at Evans olwra house last light. Thea,
pjlaltationl me.lles were siun with a
spirit and alunladoml that weres charunilg.
and the udancinlg and gritequse antics of
the darkies kept the house in an uproar
of anirth. The show was thoroughly en
Robert Law and fainUl leave town to
day on a visit to the Paefe l cot.
Nuperintendent Stalmann spent yester
day in Butte.
Senator Thornton roes to elene today.
J. A. Kirkpatrick of Butte, Georgs Han
cock. ot F uo, N. D. and D. B. smafleld
od Pailladelip are sests at the Mo
r a IY u
TOLD IN A LINE.
Complete liae aof arridges at Anames
da Hardware Co's.
Guns for rent at Anaeonda Hardware
Guns and anmunition at the Anaconda
For style, good goods and a perfect At,
go to Estes i Connell's for your clothing.
Loaded shells at Anacomda Hardware
Estee & Connell are marking their new
stock of clothing and furnishing goods at
prices that will please all who want first
if you want a suit of clothes made to
order call at Estes & ('onnel. They have
over J0O samplks to select from, and guar
antee a perfect fit.
Now Is the time to buy your cigars and
cigarettes. John V. Petrits carries the
nnst coenlete line of New York, Key
West and Cllifornis cigars in the west.
Chest proteetors at Craes' drug stoe.
The celebrated Hofrogd's underwear at
rates & Connell's.
Estes & Connell have received their new
tall stock of clothing.
Presecrptsonsaaeurately compounded at
A. T. Playter's drug store, day or night.
Casn d m Kates & Connells Uas ent
A LITTLU TRIP TO sWrr
NVO 31e1r" Waes Wit a Psrt 4mi.
Not 9as ft Was AU Sigh.
Prof. C. I. Mater, aithe vsm of
& Marri, deollng maser , w ee
e the 4 o'des teal Baday altera.s,
soeampanied by Miss Anne Klngs,& aev.
tesn-eawld lgirl, emplaoye at the tbo.
pheme oee. Very early yestedeay n_.
ag the girs mother woke up Depty
Sheriff Frnk Htbbin and wanted
to go toBautte Immeditely .md fete be
her chbld. A warmant, charging the g
prafmeaar with abtdueton, was swm o at
befor Poliee Judge Vitagerld, a the
deputy herif left for Butte oa the 7 t0
train. He made a tour of the hotls .ad
inally found that Prof. Motter was reg
tered at the Windsor. The girl was ot
registered, but Just a Mr. tebbl was
turnini around be awr the proeeor
anld Mua King coning down stairs. Not
wishing to disturb thlem until they bad had
breakfast, the depty sheriff kpt an
eye on them until thy ihd flsed their
meal. Then they took a walk
around Butte, the deputy til
following them. Finally they went to the
Montana Union depot and embarked on a
train. Deputy Sheriff Stebbine then made
his prea.nen known by informing the
.a>pllaie that they were under arrest. They
nail they were (oing hark to Anaion
anyway. They protested that they
done nothing wrong.
On arriviir here the Drofeeor retained
k r , , dr B - , w an t o ,d - .
Lowher do4wmnm to dednd tno n.
claimed that he had not en the ail
away, but had simpl aoompanl r to
utt L and back a te capality 1r a.
cart. Mre. KIng's ator7 wars sbe
learned that Anne was neat e oi
Butte with the pr.oe.sor, and
to the depot Sunday afternoon h
to permane her to star home, but the grl
was wilfull and insisted upaon conta g
her journey. he wanted to go to Bute.
she sad, to se the town and perhapse od
em Ta ore than 1n smr tn6
and having gone to Butte with h robe
nor of her own free will and choice, it was
more than doubtful whether the cha of
habduction could be sustained againsto
ter. and the case was, therefore, settUled
Matter Is prhe B year oldand eamce
here recen to star the dancing alobol
which I. held in the hall in the Mattle
block. He formerly lived in Denver. He
says that he and the girl occupied s
ate rooms at Butte. Anna King I. a ght
and lively girl whose reputation previous
to this explot hlad been ood, aside freom
the feet that she was petty g and
kiddy. The telephone otllee being in the
same block with the dancing mehool, she
had abundant means of becoimag ac
quainted with the famcinating profesoer.
HOME WATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr. Ceppler Organizlag Am.etlass ao
Eireat eimert to Their Memabra.
At the request of a very large number of
patrons. J. C'. Keppler has decided to o
ganise home watch and diamond clubs. in
order that the people of this city and vi
cinlity may have an opportunity to procure
goods upon that satisfactory plan. Solicit
nlg agents of outside clubs have been in
this place latelyand when it is considlered
that their commission is necessarily add
ed to the east of the goods purchased, it
will be seen that the home club ofmgsa a
deckled advantage over outsdke ea
the ea.nts' comsuisslon i. done away wtd)
and Mr. Keppler ceat thus dispose ols
at prices tblow what the same ar ie
he purwhamed elsewhere. Another
mendable feature of the home club I. that
all kinds of gods can he purchased by
members, wherea outside clubs conflta
their sales solely to watches and
diamonds. The terms are the usual ones
of *i weekly paylments. Mr. Keppler is
now in readiness to take numbers for a
100 diub, a $10 club and a 40 club. Po.
further information apply at
J. J. KEPPLER,
lrmdin Jewelr. Anaranda.
FROM THIS CITY.
Yemag neo Who As a nder ArreMt t MIs
as`l Met haverably Kowrs eors.
N. W. Reid the young man who is under
arrest at Missoula for stealing from J. H.
Campbell, train dispatcher of the Northern
Pacife railroad, a pocket book containing
$100 in currency, a bank deposit certicate
of W,000 and notes aggregating $1,800. in
well-known in this city, having been em
played at Estese Conneli's as an assist
ant bookkeeper until be was discharged
omne two or three weeks ago. He was
not accused of stealing from the firm, in*
deed he had no opportunity., but be was
decidedly fresh and finally got into a qua,
rel with one of the other employees the
house, and this led to his discharge. His
freshness indeed was proverbial and bhe
seemned to assume the ownership and con
trol of the town. He eontracted a few iae
bills which still remain unsettled. Very
little is known of his life previous to his
coming here except that he lived in C(hi
t.go where he was employed at Marshall.
Field & (Co's.
Advwrtimed Letter LiLt.
Letters n~nutining usnclalimed In Ana
oiilan pxt4flI('e for the week ending
Novermber :ilU. 11W9:
A*ken.uan. Iva i.oyner. F 4)
Ande~resoeu. Kmull keV, *ofl
Aude~r. thavti Keaamdy, Mel b erne
Bmranarl. W W Ktllehar. Wm
lranmn. Johnm KmIof,. Thn u
REuchann. John (2) tien *iuat (2)
('cuvvet. Jacr 1o~ruen, ('
Davs, l MIAlwrl.izl
Floyd. 1 usn.u n c roaldaJno W
(annon, Jas P Mcelvey 1)
(OIow. ThM IN =
(lutke lMrs. A 6
st b Mary A.ei
(elas. ID ~e ('2)
ireerwood, Y Men
rigi.. John Newoomb.Ta5
Pat D ln. Jemi
Jo a : Solt J (2) Aehmd. tireor
omrd.l t v L (21
Jones Hug (a) Walker Hank
Incallh toe tbese letter. the applicant
must aul avertised letter. and give
date of this list. One cent will be col
kected fer each letter. If not calke.I for
within two week. they will be sent to the
dead letter office.
JAMES M. MLoo . P. M.
A. T. Playter has Just received a fresh
lot of genuine Henry Clay cigars.
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
Ing. Address "X," this oafie.
Paints oils and window glass are car~
rled in stock by A. T. Playter, drnggist,
The Manhattan dress shir was ueesved
esterday at Estes & Coanell's.
Gaas and rles at Aaaocosa Hardwa
GOSSIP IN DEER LODGE
10tu hr a Ublw Mopit U
ad Lob tof 3swn FUMd
La o noewinsksaf Ve a SVMmm3W
6 Ir nI uG- .e 615 3odem
Usnaism mge1l Ur L
Apei- =-.s i emm - the SOeNm
Dram Eamls Dee. L-A- sOwlmg Oh.
reamts wh ie mmaei -lai ar.e
yuselvdve eaOm the M.rth.w PaeOe ail
read .a1 , the eflwiesart as e
al*sttolr r1 e sinese l lsa e o ta
e are astrted thatr these is n lawI
bh wihic we re atb ie.d ts make a w-.
11aquishmes ci thi, lamd, as at the tlee
of smissi Am ds bd the ea mpar, l.
land we not hakow to he miairl, nor to
Je m.. S advise. we lw tlesls
·rNpoiamad In r It a. Il la
within seetls and , kaown to be mln
era, althou.- tbsh ar numbered withi
the lmits of the lode as loested. We.
therebtore, h Iw no absolte anowledge or
slwormstios thet the~jtualu piece 0
land Mt4 Its desired a b released .m
"mineral lands." Counsel advises that as
so mell a pasties of the lead lobacated
numbeaed sectiame, whih have been as
ISeted by the railod company. It would
e very much simpler amd ealer r the
For4ors Hope s am to readjust . e I-.
cation so as to eanae t to the even nam
bered section, and theseby the question
will not a raised of any conafii with the
railroad copr. .s.election."
The serves at the Preshiterlan ebeure
last ht were given up entirely to a set
ve i of oa and pralse and were most
entertaini. in every respect. By the time
the uerviceselean the church was crowded
and thereafter many were turned away
unable to be accomnmodated with meats.
The choir was composed as follows: Mise
Bertha Shaw organist. Mrs. James H.
Mills, Mrs. allie B. Mills. Mrs. H. B.
avis, Mrs. Daver Miss Eva Woolfolk
Miss Janeson. Miss Mad Stuart, Will
Beaumont, Theodore Brantley, S. C.
Rowell, all under the direction of Fred
Gullett. Lee Kelley and Mr. Ponsky as
ustned with comets. The serviees were eon
seemted with an invocation from the ar"d
petriach, the Rev. Adam Johnston of C.h
caCh, Ill., after which the cholr altrnated
with hymns and anthems, the Rev.
James eed, pastor, givirng a short bao
raphy of the author ofmeL hymn as it
was read, and th e ircumstances under
which It war composed. The voices were
excelklnt and the anthems of praise, es
pec.lly the "Roek of Awhs," were well
rendered and tboreughy appreciated
These voices are not new to Deer Lodge
but they have seldom been found
together, and the services last night
shows what ran be done when there
is any person to take hold. gather them
together and manipulate them. This was
done by Mr. Gullett and he deserves not
only credit for this, but for the excellent
music given each Sunday evening by the
choir at this church.
News came this morning of the death
last night, at her borne in Helenai of Mrs.
Daniel Welch. Mrs. Welch is a daughter
of Mrs. R. T. Kennon. of this place, and
a brother of Mr. Ales. Brown, guard at
the state prison. Mrs. Welch leaves sev
eral little chlldren. Her death was a mad
sbook to friends in Deer Lodge, whore she
grew to womanhood. Her funeral will
take place to-morrow from the Catholic
church at this place.
Netes tream eMalses.
oeriai Correspoeosnee of the utaadard.
M.isov~.A. Dec. 2.-Mrs. Judge Reeves
after a long and serious illness passed
away at 9 o'clock Saturday morning sur
rounded by kind and loving fends. Mrs.
Reeves was the seeond oldest daughter of
Judge Marshall. She came here from
Kentucky about six years ago in hopes
that the mountain air of Montana might
improve her health. Mrs. Reeves was US
-ears old and leaves a famil of two
grown up daug ters and one brght little
girl of seven to mourn the loss of an af
ectlonate nother. Mrs. Reeves was a
member of the Christian church but bar
purse was ever open to all charitable in
stitutions regardless of denomination.
R. A. Eddyr,of the frm of Eddy, Ham
mond & Co. weturned last nit rom an
extended European tour. e has been
onme since December 18, He visited the
_merksl I le and the natural conlusion
Is that he smacked the BDarney stone.
fse Iatst Oes.
A daily through car service ha been ea
tablished by the Chicago, Union Paeife i
Northwestern line between San Francis
co, Portland and Chicago via Councill
Bluffs, thus offering to the public facilities
not given by any other line. The limited
fast mail, which runs daily between the
above epoints, carries the overland fast
mail, a limited number of first-clan. pms
sengers without extra charge, and is com
posedof Pullman vestibuted sleenpers,San
Francisco to Chicago, via Council Bluffs
Pullman vestibuled sleepers and Pull
man dining cars, Portland to Chicago via
L UnclII BSlufs.
This I. another indication that the Union
Pacifc is desirous of meeting the requfr.
ents of the people. For Information in
regard to thi and other trains on this line
apply to E. L. Loan neral passenger
agent. Omaha, Netb., E. P. Wilson, G. P.
A., C. & N. W. R'y, Chicago, or J. A.
Lewis, general agent, Butte.
All 8members of Copper City Couonl
No. SIr, National Union, you are requested
, attend a meeting to be held In Daly's
Halhons Tueayo eveni nt, Dec. 4, 8-.
l hose who muberibed thLlr names for
sharter membershlp, also those who have
not had medical eamination are request
d to do no, and appear at the lodge rmoom
- above date. ('ha rer rmes epire by
slnation Dec. . 18. By arderr or coun
A. WY.. S. D.
P.r .ne wool or silk underwer for gens
go to KEtes & Connell's.
Miss H. V. White has just received a
fhal line of French imported bats.
AUll-wool ladles' cloth 8ac. at Kstes
A full line of paints and brusees of all
kinds can be found at A. T. Plaiter's drug
Go to Mls H. V. White for the best and
most comaplete line of mniliner goods
Nee offered in Anaconda.
Ladles all wool scarlet underwear at
Zetss & Counells for 90 cents.
meokese Bthe rL osa" cigar, for sale by
Wlaeor 5 Newton's tube palate t ts
at Crvms' drug sta.s.
. T. Playtbrearies a fulla dof past
. L pm. fg.esh drgm sand toaD ,
SPEC1AIr 3SALE .:
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices on Wraps TO BE
20 Lower than CAONUNB
Elsewhere in the City.
Call and LOOK OVER OUR WRAPS and you
will find Style, Quality and Prices as represented.
D. 7. HENNESSY MERCA.NTILE CO.
Com Oak. e mi streets.
BUTTE CITY OFFERS
The most favorable oppe*ortrnies for good investments of any city or lo
cality in be West. It is bowed to r the Mining, Railroad and Commercial
Cener of Montana. Knowing tese to be u.deniable facts,
The Evans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage Co.,
At p E. Broadway, respeciUlly solicit a share of the public pa"b -
age in their lines, and ask that all reasonable and far-seeing speculators
will consider well the COLUMBIA CITY PROPOSITION mentioned in
this space 'ir~norro. Corrersfndence invited.
I. I. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st,
B.rJTT. 7MO NT.
Fine and ladim Grades of Frs
Made to Order a Specialty
Pardu lar Attetim glive to Idjelag
ad tmawallg Old reeakin
Hafbtt Market re aJs or Raw .
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
NYOTIWK 1 IIEUWVi (;nrV.:N THAT TIHE
r lar anfli:I 111..tlnac obf tho strmkhnlders
of tb.7coi!: d'Alene ilkver-I[ead Mining Co. will
be held at the offlee of alid cor-wy, No. 29
We" Broadway. U-satte.~· Montana. o. roklav.v
1kcc. oth. IPM. at litE houar of two o'clock P. M..
us prowikd by the It)-laws of staid ectt tki ion.
for Ihe purpose of electitng Brd
for the cusuin yeasr and for the iranswilo of
uuah oder buiLness as may come before the
= s&Butte, Montaaa1 November Wilb. I.
F ofd J. 9 CLARKPresident.
F CHARLES WAjMNE. heertIast.
* J. C. KEPPLER *
WIteaer aid Jeeler,
DI p7M N DS.
Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, Op
tical Goods. Silverware. Eto.
EVANS OPERA HOUSE
The Event of the Seamn.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Tuesday, Dec. 3
GR.gER I DAVIES