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theanaconda standard: tuesday morning, december 3, 1889.
LATENEWS FROM BUTTE
1mTiuel Pnciiet Plan a Ptrt ii tM^(Mice of Pablic Admlalstrator.
MewWko Waat to Taaa Cku|^ ^*^Uh Mite of Mn. Barriere^Mr.^Marehy la^^f Her
POUR^OTTLE8 OF WINI
ICorrMPondence of the MMMMrt.
Butte,Dec. 2.^The election trouble* of^this city art' likely to bo further compli^^cated in the matter of settling up the es^^tate of Angelique Barriere, the woman^who was killed on Saturday momiritr.^The office of public administrator stands^In the same situation as that of sheriff.^The democratic candidate, James W.^Murphy, is elected with the vota of pre^^cinct 84, while without that precinct,^George Pascoe, the republican can.^didate is electetl. Pascoe is the for^^mer administrator, just as Lloyd^was the former sheriff. Lloyd lias^retained the sheriff's office, and^the question is whether Pascoe will en^^deavor to continue performing the duties^of public administrator. The case of tiie^Barriere woman is the first that has come^properly within the province of the ad^^ministrators since the election muddle^arose. Mrs. Barriere was the possessor of^considerable proiierty, owning six one-^story honses in Kast Galena street l^e-^tween Main gnd Wyomiiiu.and also proi^-^erty in South Butte. In addition she has^personal property umoiintiiiK.it is thought,^to more than $1,000, and the stock in the^cigar store.
JamesW. Murphy, the democratic con^^testant, and the man who is rightfully^elected, has the l^est of the fight so far,^since City Marshal McArthur this morn^^ing turned over to him the keys to Mrs.^Barriere's pr^^|^erty. Mr. Murphy has^taken possession of the property. In the^district court, this morning, he applied^for letters of administration for tin1 estate^of Mrs. Barriere, anil Saturday, MMMsT^, 14, at 10 a. m., was set as the date for a^hearing as to why the letters of adminis^^tration should not be issued. Meanwhile,^Pascoe will endeavor to get similar let-^tors from the Kangaroo court. There is^an election contest pending in district^court between the two men.
Thesister of Mrs Barrier has telegraph^^ed from Chicago that she will reach Butte^tomorrow. She is u respectable women^of Chicago and will take charge of her^sister's three children. Arrangements few^the funeral will probably not lie made^until the arrival of the dead woman's^sister.
Thewomen living in the houses adjourn^^ing on either side that in which Mrs^Barrier was killed, have moved out.^They say they cannot bear to remain so^^ear the scone of the tragedy.
TOWNTOPICS IN BUTTE
Captain I.. F. Wj man Appointed Haputy
RevenueCollector^Other Notes.^Rpeclal Correspondence of the standard.
Buttk,Dec. 2.^Captain L. K. Wyman^to-day succeeded John McCormick as^deputy revenue collector for the third dis^^trict, which includes Silver Bow, Deer^Lodge and Missoula counties. The ap^^pointment was made by Captain James^H. Mills.
Thefire brigade will meet at the city^hall to-morrow evening.^, Both district courts met this morning,^Judge Mclluttoti transacted a little busi^^ness and udjourned until 10 o'clock to^^morrow morning. Judge Hamilton ^ d-^jourucd for two weeks.
MatthewHiitehiugH the man who has^been chasing spirit* from Brown's gulch^to Butte, was taken to Warm Springs this^afternoon.
TheEvans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage^Company will move into their new quar^^ters at the Southern Hotel to-morrow.^Judge Kuowles is hack from the coast.^W. H, Baldwin, general manager of ttie^Montana Union, has left New York on his^return to Montana.
McKeeRankin o|^ciied a three nights^engagement in this city this evening. The^openiiiff was as successful us the most^sanguine coultl desire. ^The Runaway^Wife^ was well presented and enjoyed by^a large audience.
LeoHooper, the famous museum mana-^ger of New York will Ik- connected with^the Columbia Gardens of Butte City at the^second annual oiKtuiug May 1st, 18:10.
RoltertGalloway tonight went^to a pawn shop on South Main^street and pawned his overcoat for^$2.50. He put the money in his |^ockct^and then taking up the overcoat, ran out^of the door. He was arrested.^George Thompson, this afternoon, took^off his overcoat in Doyle's saloon, for the^purpose of licking a man. He handed the^coat to C. A. Perry, who was standing^near. When he finished his man he^couldn't And his coat. He had Perry ar^^rested. Perry says he remembers taking^the coat, but his mind Is u blank after^that. He don't know where the coat went^to. Johnson says Perry pawned it
OfficerDawn had u lively tussel with^I John Flynn in Murphy's saloon dwliy^Plyiin was disturbing the |tcuce, but ol^-^jectcd to arrest and tried to draw a gun on^the officer. Dawn got the gun away from^him and knocked him down.
Anotherwife luator wus arrested to-^ni'rht. Tiiirey, the piano player at Cant.^Mi M ^saloon, | vhipi ed h la wife, giving^her a black eye and smashing m three^teeth. Mrs. Tracey had her husband ar^^rested,
ppseUUCorf sanartsurf of Ux Htss.lmrs.
Butte,Doc. 2.^Esther Carson and Dan^O'Donnell were tried this morning on a^charge of petit larceny in stealing fl^JO^from August Bam ham. The latter^claimed that.ha waa in the Com kiue and^^ml to the bar with the girl Carson to^pay SO cents. Ha handed out a $30 bill^and the bartender, O'Donnell put ths bill^aaro the till and gave out no change. The^girl and O'Donnell, the witness said, held^2 -whispered consultation and O'Don^^nell gave the girl four bot-^lles of wine, which she carried^Away. Barn ham, therefore, got nothing^(or his money. He demanded his change,^but couldn't get it. Tlie defense produced^witnesses to show that tha girl asked^Baruham if he wouldn't buy something^and that Baruham told O'Donnell to give^the girl anything she wanted. The girl^asked for four l^ottles of wine, which, at^|S per bottle, amounted to fJ0. O'Don^^nell was discharged, as it was shown^that he had put the money in the till and^given wine for the money. The girl was^convicted and sentenced to pay a line of^$10 and costs, and to return the money.^A question then arose as to whether the^money or the wine should Is- returned, as^the girl, who alone was convicted, had^carried off the wine and not the money.^It was finally decided that the wine^should be returned. The wine is esti^^mated to lie worth :*6 cents a Ixrttle. Tlie^defense gave notice of appeal. The costs,^fine and all amounted to $M0.
ButteKeal Estate Kecord.
ttpeclalCorrespondence of the stamlanl.
Buttk,Doc. 2.^The following are the^real estate transactions recorded since^our last report:
JamesS. Chevigny to Theodore Richard^for *I75, jot St Castolle and M Broker.
W.J. McAllister to R. G. Huston for^98110, lot 8, block 2 of Noyce A l'ptou's ud-^dUiou.
Wm.T, Boardman to Dora A. Bateman^for fl.WlU. surface ground of the Skip^quartz claim.
LuluC. Penner to Tt. G. Huston for ff^ HI,^lot H in block 2 of Davis A Barnard's ad^^dition.
A.J. Davis to I^. Barton Shepherd for^t^jD, lot X in block 4 of Davis A Barnard's^addition.
JosephBarriere to Arigcliqtie Barriere^for SdOO, the Larda lode mining claim,^Gursy, Champion, Victoria and Franklin^mining claims,
R.W. Sampson to Charles Mitchell for^(57, lot 12 in block r. of Burlington.
R.W. Sampson to Cliurlei Mitchell for^$2S.'7, lot 13 and 2!l in block U of Burlington.
JosephBarriere to Angelique Barriere^for $200, six otie-wtory frame houses, on^south side of Kast Galena street.
MontanaLumber * Produce company^to Samuel Lowe for $.'UO, lot 17, in block ^1,^of Noyes A Ijitoii's addition.
Kriu-stM. Trask to Anna Boland for$l,^lot !^, in block 15, of Noyes A L'ptou's ad^^dition.
R.M. Cobban to Cyrus Bell for $2,5O0.^one-eighth interest in lots 111 and 20 and^part of lo, 17 and Hi, ill block 15, of Butte^townsitc.
DavidJ. Walsh to Park Canyon Gohl^and Silver Minim; company far $1, the^Poiihatun, Golden Rule and Blind Treas^^ure lodes, in Summit Valley district.
LenaOncsteine to Elisabeth Ann Kent^for $a!5, portion off surface ground of the^Home lisle.
MichaelT. Walsh to Henry L. Hampt^. for $150, the Donegal lisle claim
JohnT. Murphy to Mary T. DomicII for^B1, all right to lots 11 and 12, in block 7, of^Butte townsitc.
Heathof ^ Untie Miner.^Rprrial Corrct^i^on^len^'e of tlie Standard.
Bl'TTE,Dec. 2.^Charles Lanier died nt^Walkcrville this morning from injuries^received at the Alice mine on November^10. On that day he was cleaning out un^^der a cage, when a rock fell and struck^him on tlie head. A severe wound was^indicted and Lanier was put undercharge^of Dr. Trcnillay. Lanier improved alula^week ago went I tuck to work, and perform^^ed his unties all right until yesterday. Last^night he complained of pains in his head.^The doctor wus called but Lanier died^this morning. He was an Italian. 28 years^old and unmarried.
SiWar How County Commissioners.
SpecialCorr-K|Mindeu^'c of the Stamlanl.
Buttk,Dec. 2.^The l^oard of county^commissioners met this afternoon. A re^^port was approved from C. H. Smith, road^Hiiix-rvisor, showing that he hud issued^^10 road-tax receipts for lulior and 411 for^cash, the total sum being $8mm. He hud re^^deemed 71 tax receipts for which he had^id $143, and hod paid in commissions to^reen * Keofe the sum off $27.50. Tin
literatili tha Paw law^tM Daavhara.
balance^^f $718^the treasurer.
hudbeen turned over to
TheEvans, Terry^. Clausseti Brokerage^company open up for business in their^new ollicc ill Butte at the Southern hotel^to-day. Tho company uro making a^specialty of property at Columbia ( ity as^a choice residence suburb to Hutte. Next^spring shade trees will be planted on each^sule of tlie streets in this suburb and^streams off water run along the edges of^the sidewalks, and everything done to^make it uninviting and pleasant residence^locality.
PoliceCourt Aflalra.^^perin) corres|s^n^len^ e of the Standard.
Buttk,Dec. 2.^In police court, this^morning, Pat Hennessey plead guilty to^the charge of fighting and was fined *6^and committed until paid. Frank Ken^^nedy plead not guilty to a similar charge.^David Burlin, a Finlandor, who could not^speak English, was found drunk and^asleep in the gutter in Eust Granite street^with $153.30 in his pocket. He puid a line^of $1 and costs.
AbrahamMoses, a member of the lost^tribes of Israel, trumped into Butte this^morning and Judge Newkirk gave him^two hours to continue his trump out of^town.
JamesMiddlcton was arrested for mal^^icious mischief in breaking windows and^doors at No. 2^^ eust Gail na street.
LittleMikey Crowley wus arrested for^beiug beaettjr drunk ut the earner of Park^ami Main streets, and wus committed^until he could pay a line of ^1 and costs.
Tup|s-rand McCoy, accused_of stealing^silk dresses uud other goods from Uie^house of Chief of Police Smith, waived^examination this afternoon unci will^answer the charge in district court. Tin-^bond wus fixed in the sum of ItBOL W. J.^Pemhertoii is attorney for the defendants.
DanielJ. Ryan, charged with petit lur- i^cency in taking a watch from a pawn- I^broker's shop, pleaded not guilty this |^afternoon. The examination will Is- held^on Wednesday at 4 p. m.
Thisis the season for ladies to purchase^a uice wrap. It will pay our lady readers^to look at D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Co.'s^advertisement of ^Special Wrap Sale^^for ^one week only.^ This firm will keep^their word in all statemeuta they make.
Iratewife^John Hawkins, you wen-^brought home on u shutter again last^night. I want you to understand that this^is to lie the last time.
JohnHawkins^Yes Matilda.^The next evening he made the ls^ys^promise to take him home in u wheel nar^^row, as bis wife objected to shutters.
Needof Haste.^From the New York Weekly.
Clerk--I see by the |iu|iers^Bliffers is going to lie married '.^'
Employertireut suukes! Run aJound^to his office and collect this bill In-fore it^Is too lute.
A Itsr*- Chance.
Arare chance is now offcr^-d to any one^who wishes to start ill business. A well^established and well stocked general mer^^chandise store, situate in Deer Lodge^county, can be had on lilsral terms. A|^-^ply by letter to postofticc Imix 142, Ana^^conda.
sitii il Ion \V^nie^l.
Intelligent,strong and honest young^man. unmarried, new comer to Montana,^desires work of any respeetabh- character.^Can handle horses. Splendid recom^^mendations. Apply ^H^ Butte office of^The STiMiAKii, :t2 Main stre-ot, north.
Newunderwear, over-shirts, neck wear,^hats ami caps, boot* and shoes, ut Betas^A Council's.
Moneyto loan on improved farms and^city pro|^erty. See advertisement North^^western Guaranty Loan Co.
Thelatest fall and winter shapes in the^celebrated Christy hats, at Estes A It ou-^^ells. r
GeorgeW. Fisher, of Astoria, by the^death of an aged uncle in Germany, be^^comes one of about 49 American heirs to^an estate off $20,000,000.
WilliamJ. Bryson, Joseph E. Young and^Charles A. Gregory have incorporated the^West Gallatin Irrigation company, with a^capital stock of ^5UO.OUO, in 100,000 shares^of $6 each.
Largedeposits of excellent hard coal^bare recently been discovered in Alaska^and on some of the coast islands. The^quantity is believed to tie practically in^^exhaustible.
Ata revival meeting up on Blue creek,^in the Walla Walla country, lust week, a^man named Stuart confessed on three^different occasions that he was a mur^^derer. Then the spirit off rciveiitaiice died^in hint and he now refuses to divulge any^of the particulars. This has aroused a^curiosity in the iicighhortuMMl that will^hardly lie allayed until the secret is fully^basM.
PresidentClark ami Secretary Smith of^the Bi-Mctallic mine, both wealthy and^prominent citizens of St. Louis, arrived in^the city yesterday and accepted the hospi^^talities of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Miw-luy.^This morning in company with Mr. Mac-^lay they left for Ncihurt by private con^^veyance to inspect the Moiiltou mini-,^which, in connection with Messrs. Meyers^and Mac lay, they have bonded. - limit^Full* Tribune.
Firewas discovered in the office of the^Windsor stables at Boulder about 1 :'M^Friduy afternoon. At tho time of discov^^ery the tire had made such progress^nothing could be got out but a sleigh.^Sixteen horses, four sets double and two^sets single harness, five buggies, several^tons of bay ami a quantity of grain were^dostroyi-d. Loss, about $1,(110. Partially^insured.
J.II. Christie uml other residents of^Yakima pro|m^se to explore the 2.5K)^square miles off unexplored country en^^closed by the Olympic range. They ex^^pect to leave some t'me this month. Mr.^Christie is a man well versed in the vicis^^situdes und hardships of mountain life,^having Im-cii a frontiersman since 1*71,^ami having spent most of his time sine,^1878 prospecting und bunting in the^m^ iiiiitaius,
Mrs,Amelia L. Brown, who died at^Brownsville, Linn county,I Ire., on the 25th^Inst., was the youngest daughter of Amelia^and Rev. H. II. Spuulding. pioneer mis^^sionaries to this coast, made memorable^by the Whitman massacre off the earlier^days of Oregon. For nearly twenty years^Mrs. Brown lias been a confirmed invalid,^and although confined to b^ d for this^period, has borne her afflictions with for^^titude and resignation.
Mrs.S. Bridges, while visiting a saw^^mill nour Winl^s--k. Oregoii.tho other day,^at lei opted to step over a rapidly revolving^shaft. Hit clothes were caught by the^shaft and she was whirled through all a|^-^crture Is-sides it ten inches in width and^tossed upon a Moor eight feet below, and^was completely shucked of her clothing.^Her only wound was a scratch on the^side off her ffuce, ami the only remnants^of her clothes remaining were her shoes^and stockings ami wristbands.
TheGranite Mountain Mining company^on Saturday IIled nine mineral applica^^tions in the Helena land office. The lodes^are all located til the Flint Crock milling^district in Deer Lodge county. This will^make between 50 and *m lodes the com^^pany is working, employing aliout (kk^^men. The new lodes for which the appli^^cations wen- tiled are the Peoria, Crown^Point, Fr^ ^l Burr Fulls, Kewnuee, Ksther^Ann, Pcwukce Frnction, Maria, South^Granite No. 1, uml McCormick.
W.W. Nowliu, prosecuting attorney off^the Third judicial district, including King,^Snohomish and Kitsap counties. Wash.,^who died Thursday morning at Denver,^wus one of the ls*st known public men of^Seatle, and his death is a great surprise.^Mr. Nowliu left two weeks ago for Denver^in his usual good health to visit his mother,^who resides then-, und nothing more wus^heard of him until u disputch came an^^nouncing his death from comprcssii i of^the bruin. The deceased wus aged ubout^4a years, ami wus unmarried.
JohnPeterson is ut work developing^tho Fashion, one of tho mines of tlx- Bar^^ker camp Im-|iuigiug to J. K. Wetzel. Ib^^is to have un interest in the mine und all^tin- ore he takes out for the work he does^in development. This mine is one of the^most pi-oiuisiiig of this district ami is lo^^cated ubout :*.m yards north of the Pride^of the \\ e,t. It is developed by a shaft BO^f^ at deep uud side drifts of 711 feet. The^on- is ina porphyry gauge liotwocii blue^and black limestone ami is found in large^put hula, some prishieing as high as 300^pounds of galena. Mr. Petei s ^n brought in^7UO pounds of ore which assayed '^^.^^ oiilii t*-.^silver and 4u per cent li ad at the smelter.^The manager of the smelter s|m ^ke very^highly of the ore and would like to pur^^chase large quantities of it. (irrtit / ^ills^Tritnni0.
MichaelGihlious and James Murphy^returned a few iluys since from Mihjsi^cnH-k, a tributary of the Clearwater in^Idaho, bringing with them Wli gold^wliich they extracted from the gravel with^rockers in four days* time. The golil re^^sembles some mined in the same vicinity^two years ago ami w hich sold in Illinois^for $18.75 |mt ounce. Tin- diggings were^discovered in Septouilier by Put Flynn^uml Put M^ l.ntee, two well-known CaTMBf^d'A lone miners. They notified Phil^O'Kourkc and other friends so they could^be on the ground early. Mi .^r^. Gibbon-^and Murphy started from this city the la.^ter part off Octols-r ami were gone uIkmii^one month. When they left camp on^their return there was five feet off snow on^the ground, which precludes prospcctiiii'^to much extent for the winter. ^paAsMM^/.Vo'cic.
The work on the Boston A Montana^smelter is progressing rapidly, and us^soon us tin- linos are determined work^will commence on tho buildings for tho^uccomiiKMlutii ^^^ off th^- construction hands.^The first buildings to Is- erected urc a^^ lining PQSMn 24x150 feel, two bunk houses^of the sumo dimensions, connected with a^kitchen 24x4o feet, a dish-washer's r.s.m.^bakery 12x15 foot with oven 7x*.^. tins-.- Is d^rooms ami a store I^*x24 f^s-t. Tho mens^house ffor tho overseers will Is- connected^with the other buildings by a hull ami will^contain a kitchen 12x12, dining room^15x18, pantry ^x^^, parlor l^Mlx20-H, with a^large porch, two bedrooms, bath rooms.
etc.These buildings will cover a great^deal of ground and will take an immense^amount of work. It is reported that the^building will be started in about two^weeks.^Urtnt Falls Lender.
Thedecomposed body of a man, after^^wards identi Hod to be that of Luke La~^vaigne, was taken out of the harbor early^Thursday morning. Suspicion points^strongly to foul play. About three weeks^ago Lavaigiic, who waa a farm band,^came to this city from O'Brien's station, a^few miles out on the Northern Pacific rail^^road, and stopped ut one of the ItKlging^houses in the lower part of tho city. He^had about f.M*^ in his iksmm-ssIou, and I tad^shown it in a saloon where lie |s^ss^-d^much of Ins time. It is supposed that lie^wus decoyed noon after his arrival lo a^lonely place on the wuter front and after^Is-ing murdered anil robbed was thrown^into the harlMHT, us only $2.81) was found on^him. Suspicion is thrown on a worthless^character, alio, it is supposed saw law^vuigne have the money, as he has not^heen scon since tho mysterious ilisup-^is-uranoo. The officers urc looking for the^suspicious charuetcrs.
Thecoal prtsapawtaga huve returned to^Yaikma with some flue specimens of an^^thracite. 'I hey have made over luu l-s-a-^tions for prominent men off that city who^have been assisting them ill their search.^It is now st.nlcd that without a doubt they^have within easy access of that |M^int^rich de|^osit^ off anthracite c^^al. Tho^early spring will see some startling de^^velopment, Ixitli in the silver ami coal^districts adjacent to North Yakimu. Sev^^ern! prominent ami moneyed men have^visited tin- sections and all Is-heve that^they are the richest sections that have yet^been discovered in tho state. Some of^tho mineral paint recently discovcri-d on^tin- upper- Nati-lies has Is-eii ground up in^oil anil experts state it is of a far superior^article to the i Ihio article, and the pro^^moters have sent up for u couple off tons^of it, which will he ground up and sent^out to wholesale paint men for their^opinion.
MuttFogarty, who was shot at K Ik horn^early Friday morning by Tom King, died^that night at !^ o'clis-k from the effects of^tiie wounds. The fatal bullet entered at^tin- base of the ribs, on the left side, anil^ranged downward, inflicting lui-cssarily^mortal injuries. Justice Kellogg, of Boul^^der, held an inquest on theile.nl man, and^the jury returned a verdict of death at the^hands of Thomas King. Tin* feeling at^' Ikhorn is v^ ry hitler against King, of^wli ^m nothing favorable can Is' learned,^ami the shooting is regarded universally^in the light of a cruel, unprovoked ami^cowjoscy murder. King is said to Is-^from Colorado, but nothing is known of^his antecedents. There have Is-eti threats^off organising a party to prootMsl to Boul^^der uud lynch tin- murderer. l'\-garty is^well spoken of by all cla-ses us having
beeaja peace.idle, resipeetahes citi/en. lb-
loavesan invalid mother, who is at pres^^ent in n hospital in New York ci'y, uud^iius u brother living in Ituttc. There ap-^|s-ars to be no evidence Implicating^Peters, the m ill who was arrest.-d with^King.
NewI Pretty Things in Gold
ANDSILVER FOR LADIES WE HAVE:^Hair Pins, Bracelets,
SideCombs, Queen Vests,^Glove Buttoners, Bon-Bon Boxes,^Beads, Card Cases.
HIGHT^ FAIRFIELD, Jewelers, Butte.
Just to Advertise This
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OurStore we will Raffle
1Parker Hammerless Safety Shotgun.
1Winchester Repeating Shotgun.
1J. N. Scott Breech-loading Shotgun.
1Winchester Repeating Rifle, Model 1886.
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Ludiox,at Miss II. V. White's you emi^get all kinds of Ktampiug done with m-ut-^iwm sstl ih^pati-h. A large lot of |iuttorus^tti s^ h et fr^^ui.
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MyWork is all First-Class and of the^Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
PALA CE S TUDIO
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OnreuHonnlile terms a large kill hen^ami dining n^i ^m. furiiished. Im|uireat^^ )al land Holl.-e. Kiifl Se-oml strt'^-t.
Arti-ts' mat) lials at IVrasV di.ig stun-.
NOW' IS ) 'Of Vv TIME TO BUY.
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HAVEyUSTKBCBiVMD A CAM. load of choice^california ( a.vxfd f.'(uws which will^BE sold a t BOTTOM PRICES.
STAPLEAND FANCY GROCERIES
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Additionshave bi.cn made.
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TheMmM Line is Still Increasing!
Morenovelties in the entire line of the Jewell*)^n be sold, anil the prices talk for 11s. Come and^k for tickets to the drawing of presents made by
MoreGold and Silver Watches.
Mire tiolil ami
MoreSilver Platewuro,^Mori- Ji welry,^More ( lot-Us,
I'e.irl-llaiulleilKnives,^More Kino Carving Sets,^Just the Thing for the^Thanksgiving Turkey.
tradeat the lowest prices goods^see for yourself, and be sure and
CityTimekeepers, 22 1 Main-st., Butte City, Mont.