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to the - aC igatlq as that eld aeLE.
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Minp , I Meldt with thevotes pro
det" a, whle without that psaeinet.
eaw oPsues, the isaepuhiimw ear
nt I. eleated arsuSe Swa t be
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s- lbe fumer ahsif.. Led ha.
-iaewsd the ahr.bil'. ..e, sad
tqu iemon I. whether Peasee wlll e
dea.. to eontinu. psr In the duties
d plio ahmlalntratar. Th. emes at tbh
) Umuir.Cwoman is the wast that has eamm
pr.meiv withia the provln ao the _4
Dewsare twi elte. uo atddl
esarr.. i Mrs.rrmerws ws tewulm eo
teinum Main gnd Wyauulugand alas prop,
rlyI South utt. In addition ahe he.
peae oal aaaoumtlns.It I. thouwbt.
ra rthn 1,00`and the atork In the
e~p~r ~ RSn .e..r- A4A- ·
ams =W. Murphy, the d.meraertie e
sstant, and the man who is rLrmtfqlu
.elts hasm the best of the lgbt so
elaes r' YMarshal McArthur this moren
ng turned over to him the keys to Mrs.
Usgyslre'sr opIeOrt. Mr. Murphy ba
opon of the pr operty . In th e
disrtd court, tbi. morning he applied
for letters of administration for the estavt
oe Mrs. Barriere, and Saturday, December
. at 10 l. ma. was met aes the date for a
hearng as to why the letters of adutlae
tration should not be issued. Meanwhile,
Paseoe will endeavor to get similar lt
ters from th Kangaroo ourt. There is
aa election botest pending in disutrct
ourt between the two metn.
The sister of Mrs Barrier has telegrapb
ed from Chicago that she will reach Butte
tomrro. Se i a repectable women
of Ch ogo and will take charge of her
sister's three children. Arrangements fog
te funeral will probably not be made
until the arrival o the dead woman r
Tbe women living in the houses adjourn
ing on either side that in which Mrs
Barrier was killed, have moved out.
They say they caunit bear to remain so
sear the scene of the tragedy.
TOWN TOPICS IN BUTTE.
epteta L. V. Wmaa Appmited Deputy
evoeme COeleeer-Other Net...
lpesell Corespoedeace of the ntandard.
Burra, Dec. .--Captain L. F. Wyman
today succeeded John McCormick as
deputy revenue collector for the third die.
tri% which includes Silver Bow, Deer
Lodge and Missoula counties. The ap
, pointnent was made by Captain James
The fre brigade will meet at the eal
ball to-noreow evening.
Both district courts met this morning.
Judge MlHattos transacted a little busi
es and adjourned until 10 o'clock to
horrow morning. Judge Hamsilton a-d
mourned for two weeks.
Matthew Hutchings the man who has
been chasing spirite from Brown's gulch
to Butte, was taken to Warm Springs this
Theu Ev Terry, Claneen Brokerage
Company will move into their new quar
ters at the Southern Hotel to-morrow.
Jd Knowles is back froan the coast.
W. ,Baldwn, eneral anager of the
Montana Union, ha left New York on his
return to Montana.
MKoee Rankin opened a three night.
engagement in this city this evening. Tb
openlnl was as successfl as the mol
could desire. "The Ruuaway
" was well presented and enjoyed by
r a Insum uansaae
Lao Hoop.r, the famous museum mana
e o New York will be connected with
1he Columbla Gardens of Butte City at the
secnd annual omenug May is 140.
Robet ton t went
to awn shop on South Main
seet and pawed his overcoat for
92.50 He put the money in his pocket
and then taking up the overcoat, ran out
of the door. He was arrested.
eoreo ThhOs35ta afternoon, took
ot hs ovis ot in le's saloon, for the
p dose of likir a man. He handed the
B-- ~to C. A. Pe, who was stsead
sear. Whep be flilshed his man h
ouldn't find his coat. He had Peery ar
rested. Perry says he remembers taking
the coat, but his mind I. a blank at.r
that. He don't know where the coat went
to. Johnson says Perry wIwned it.
Officer Dawn had a lively tussel with
John Flynn in Murphy's saloon to-d..
Flynn was disturbing the peace, u o
ected to arrelst nd troied todraw a guan a
ibe olicer. Dawn got the gae away frow
him and knocked him down.
Another wife beater was arrested to
nigbt. Tracey the piano play'.r at Capt.
MI I 4loao, jwhipl ad his wife, giving
her a black oye and smashing in three
teeth. Mrs. Tracey bhad her husband ar
rse acm A ImNm I
peeml arrpoadeace of the Stamiard.
Brrra Dee. L.-In polie court, this
imorinlg, Pas HeInessey plead suiiU to
tohe carge of fighting and was ftneS
and committed until paid. Prank Ken
oedy plead not guilty to a similar charge.
David lin Finander, who could mat
_qak English Pwas found drunk and
a.leo ia tme UttMr iE Iast Granite ste
r--th .1r8n-lis polket e opaid a Sn
d-$1 and cots.
Abraham Moses, a member of the espt
tribes of Israel, tramped into Butte this
morning and Judge Newkirk gave hick
two hours to continue his tramp out on
James Middleton was arrested for mal
lcioua michilef in breaking windows and
doors at No. 2S east Galena street.
Little Mikey Crowley was arrested
being beastly drunk at the corner of Park
a-ad Lain streets, and was committed
entil be could ay , fine of 1 and costs.
Tupper and Me , accuaedP stealhng
silk dresses and other goods from >a
house of Chief of Police Smith, waived
exanination this afternoon and
answer the charse in district court. The
bond was fled in the sum of S"O. W. J.
P tmberton is attorne for the defendants.
Danel J. Ryan, charged with petit la
eey in taking a watch from pawn
broker's shof pleaded not guilty this
afternoon. The examination will be beld
SWednesdayr at 4 p. mn.
TN.s Is the memo= towLadim I purebas
a aom wrap. Is will py our ldby e..d
t loo mtD. J. maemar. Mssoimtlls Co.'.
~aww~...a t 'fleeal Wimp U.·.H
Tf word rwL arL....UI that .Ul"
stirwoa isSU iftlmon am-so
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bees. Or. L-Beyer -Ommes a aoe
OlU em.. b In ,
-d £ugmi a m Thelr Th CU Om, M
--e.. e. .s d comnsm a
, -i en. Ue hmisd a a -W
St te--* e_ her see e _
fr wl.., " wt
e amou. to wa whlik, at
wes wats ni o asto was ahown
Swesae m sye . Tb. ami, was
A q e Si ., tuag . -s W to whether the
A o sithe winse sould he fstumtedi a.
the who alone was convicted, had
the wise and not the money.
It was finsily decided that the wine
should be returned. The wine is esti
mated to be worth eetme s a bottle. The
derease gave notice of pel The costs
fie ad all amnousated to0
hsae a-O as amouewu uo waw.
Maeu see.ms osaes steserw.
6pealuespmems of the maIard.
Buam, Dec. 2.-The followi~ are the
real estate transLetions recorded ince
a sA 8. ChevIgny to Theodore Richard
for $176, Jot s Castolle and at Broker.
W. J. McAllister to R. G. Huston for
SO lo4t 8, block of Noes 6 Upton's ad
m. T Boardman to Dora A. Bateman
a .,0 surfaoe ground of the Skip
Salu C. Penner to R. G. Huston for .mO,
i8 in block 2 of Davis & Barnard's ad
A. J. Davis to D. Barton oSbe Mrd for
llot 8 In block 4 Imof Davis f nara
ddio. - - - -- -
Jose Harreres to AngesUqu Darmer.
bS e, the Larda lode mninn claim,
Guiry, Champion Victoria and Franklin
R. W. Sampson to Charles Mitchell for
lot 12 in block 6 of Burtington.
. W. ampson to Cha1ue Mitchell for
lot 1 and Sb in block 6 of Burlington.
oe Baerri to Angelique Barriere I
p sI one-story frame houses, on
south aide of East Galena street.
Montana Lumber & Produce company
to Samuel Lowe for 800, lot 17, in block 6,
of Nayes & Upton's addition.
Ernest M. Trask to Anna Boland for $1,
lot 9, in block 15, of Noyes & Upton's ad
R. M. Cobahn to Cyrus Bell for $2,500
9'e-ehth interest in lots 19 and SO and
part of 1,17 and 18, in block 1, of Butte
David J. Walsh to Park Canyon Gold
and Silver Miininr company for $1, the
Pouhatan, Golden Rule and Blind Treaa
ure lodes, in Summit Valley district.
Lena Onesteine to Elisabeth Ann Kent
for81 portion dt surface ground of the
Michael T. Walsh to Henry L. Hampt
r $. 1 f the~ Donegal lode claim.
john T. Murpy to Mary T. Donnell for
11, all right to lots 11 and 12, in block 7, of
Dema rs 1e tse Mime.
lewil Corrmeno.eee of the tandard.
BL'ran, Dec. 2.-Charles Lanter died at
Walkereille this morning from Injuries
received at the Alice mine on November
10. On that day be was 'leaning out un
der a cage. when a rock fell and struck
him on the ad. A severe wound was
inflicted and Lanier was put under charge
of Dr. Tremflay. Lanier improved and a
week ago went back to work, and perf'rm
ed his duties all right until esterday. Last
night be complained of pains in his head.
The doctor was called hut Lanier died
tlis morning. He was an Italian, UB years
olI and unmarried.
Ulwsr now Cematy C.emmiastesm
SpeialCoresponiece of the Standard.
Burs.n Dec. 2.-The board of county
omnlusloners met this afternoon. A re
port was approved from C. H. Smith, road
mapervisor, showing that he had issued
0o road-tax receipts for labor and 411-for
cash, the total sum being $88W. Hte bad re
deemed 71 tax receipt. for which he had
mJd and bad paid In aop m e r to
Green Keefe the mun of e7e.0. The
balance of $718 ad been turned over to
At the sutaer.
The Evans, Trry Clau.en Brokerme
company open up for business in their t
w office in Butte at the Southern hotel
t_-day. The company are making a
specialty of property at Columbia City as
a choice residence suburb to Butte. Next
spring shade trees will be planted on each
sdle of the streets in this suburb and
streams of water run along the edges of
the sidewalks, and everything done to
make it am inviting and pleasant residence I
W. Fellowed lastruettona.
Irate wife--John Hawkins you were
brought borne on a shutter again last
night. I want you to understand that thib
is to be the last time.
John Hawkins-Yes Matilda.
The neat evening be made the bars
ise to to take bhim home in a whoelar.
aw, as his wife objected to shutters.
WNOd of asn.,
IPvm the New York Weekly.
Clerk-I see b the paper that Mr.
Bilfer.m I going to be married T"
Em t snakes! Run a iound
to his-ole aud collect this bill before it
Is too late."
A Rare Chiaee..
A rare chance is now offered to any one
who wishes to start in buhiness. A well
establshbed and well stocked general mnr
chandise store situate in er Ldge
county, can be had on liberal terms. Ap
ply by letter to postofioe box 142, Ane
Intelligent, strong and honest young
on, unmarried, new coner to Montana.
hres work of any respectable chracter.
n handle ahorse. Splendki r.cc-n
mendations. Apply "I" Butte office of
Tau STaxDAnD. a3 ai street, north.
New underwear. ovee.ebi, neck wear,
New r3hrwesr. ovwersbIrl. neck wer,
bats sand `ps, boos anmd sbae., at Estes
Momeo to loam on hmtprou d rems and
cl ' property. See a Sitsemeat North
western Guaranty Loan Co.
Tb. 3on fail and wImt shapes to the
. 6.- d Cbwhs hats, N zoom & r .o
NORTH W 8,T NEWS. h
6e .e ·I V. of A Omdm. ~ -
oes a-o aboi de b Gewanw heiw
gafessatst sh*A mum hb
C A. Re -os i
Want U.Uatli s kms .n-semt. with a
of 45 r&.I S t A k.1 .aw
larre 4.iw of sstkn hard .i.l
have wemmett, bha diin~swu1 fIs lak
ad" - e-mea o e asast hiand.. The
quamU~ I. believd t he prestiesall lm
Ata reviVal estUiw sup an M er esk
IN the Waif Wails country. asm weeksa
-as maarad Stuart .oufsind an three
dll est eeca.iis that he was a mm
derer. Them the splamt of wpsmtume died
in his sad be saw refinae. t divulge any
se the pwswarchar.. This hsa sraussd a
.erlslty in the nelghborbood that will
ha he~ berlayed untl the asscrt Is tilly
d a R
PresidentClark an Secretar Smtth o
Prasidkt Clark and Secretary Smith of
the B&M.ta lle mine, both wealthy and
prominent eitlasen of st. Louis, arrived in
the city yetewsday and accepted the hop
talties at Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Maeday.
TMs morning in company with Mr. Mac
lay they loft for Nelbart by private con
veysnee to inspect the Moulton mine,
which, in connection with Mesesr. Meyers
and Malay, they have bonded.--Orst
Ibdls T~b ms..
Fire was dAseovered in the oflce of the
Windor stables at Boulder about 1:a)
Friday afternoon. At the time of discov.
ery the fire had made surb progres.
nothing could be got out but a sleigh.
Sixteen houses, four sets double and two
sets single harnes, Aive buggies, several
tons of hay and a quantity of grain were
destroyed. Lous, about tCU0. Paurtiall
J. H. Chbristle and other .esidents of ea
Yakima propoae to explore the 2:l)00 t
square miles of unexplored country en- ti
closed by the Olympie range. They ex- It
pect to leave mome time this month. Mr. ri
"(hristle ie a man well versed in the vicim- -
situdes and hardships of mountain life. 4
having been a frontiersman since 1871, It
and having spent most of his time sine h
187S prospecting and buntinag in the E
Mrs. Amelia L. Brown, who died at
Brownsville. Lnn county,( )re., on the 25th
inst., was the youngest daughter of Amelia
and Rev. H. H. Spaulding, pioneer mi,*.
sionaries to this coast, made memorable
by the Whitman massacre of the earlier
days of Oregon. For nearly twenty years
Mrs. Brown has been a confirnwmed invalikl,
and although confined to bed for this
period, has borne her afflictions with fore
titude and resignation.
Mrs. S. Bridges, while visiting a saw
mill near Winlock, Oregon,the other day,
attempted to step over a rapidly revolving
shaft. Her clothes were caught by the
shaft and she was whirled through an ap
erture besides it ten inches in width and
tossed upon a &oor eight feet below, and
was completely shucked of her clothing.
Her only wound was a scratch on the
side of her face, and the only remnants
of her clothes remaining were her shoes
and stockings and wristbands.
The Granite Mountain Mining company
on Saturday filed nine mineral applla
tions in the Helena land office. The kLde
are all located to the Flint Creek mining
district in Deer Lodge county. This will
make between 50 and 00 lodes the com
pany is working, employing about W00
men. The new lodes for which the appli
cations were filed are the Peoria ('rown
Point, Fred Burr Falls. Kewanee, Esther
Ann, Pewakee Fraction. Maria, South
Granite No. 1, and McCormick.
W. W. Newlin, prosecuting attorney of
the Third Judicial district, iacluding King,
Snohomish and Kitsap counties. Wash.,
who died Thursday morning at Denver.
war one of the best known public men of
oSetle, and his death is a great surpriser.
Mr. Newlin left two weeks ago for Desaver
in his usual good health to visit his mother,
who resides there, and nothing more was
heard of him until a dispatch came an
nouncing his death from compressic a of
the brain. The deceased was aged about
48 years, and was unmarried.
John Peterson is at work developilng
the Fashlon, one of the mines of the Bar
ker ca~hp belongigl to J. K. Wetael. He
is to have an interest in the minle and all
the ore he takes out for the work he does
in development. This lniao is onle of the
most pronlising of thils dlistrict and in lII
(cated Ubout iN0 yards northr of the I'ridi.
of tIhne 'est. It is developed by a shaft I.t
fret deep ansd side drifts of 70 feet. TheI
ore is il a porphyry gauge between blue
and black limtoestone and is fo4and in large
pockets, soni1 prodlcing as highi as 741)
pounds of galena. Mr. 'Peters, n brought in
70D pounds of ore which assaye)l t9 oulaces
silver and 40 tper cenIt tlad at the asuelter.
The manager of the smllelter spoke very
highly of the ore and would like to pur
chase large quantities of it.-Ureaug islts
Michael Gibbos asnd James Murphy
returned a few days since from Moows
creek, a tributary of the Cearwsater i.
Idaho, bringing with them $W "in gold
which they extracted romn the gravel with
rockers in four days' time. The old re
sembles mose mined in the sane vilinity
two years ago and which sold in Illinois
for $18.i per ounce. The diggings were
discovered in September by Pat Flynn
and Pat McEntee, two well-known (Caur
d'Alene miners. They notified Phil
O'Rnhrke and other friends so they could
he on the ground early. Mesusr. Gilbmn.
and Murphy started from this city the Ik'
tur part of Octobtr anud were gone abouit
one month. When they left camp on
their return there was five fe.et of snow on
the ground, which pr.'cludes perspecting
to much extent for the wiJlter.--Ipolaue.
The work on the Boston & Montana
smeltor is progressing rapidly, and as
omn as the lines are determined work
will commence on the buikldioyKs for the
accommodation of the construction abands.
The first buildings to he ereMted are a
dining room 2Sl6O0 feet, two hunk house.
of the saie dimensions, connected with a
kitchen tszO feet, a dish-washer's rin.
bakery 12 l feet with oven Tx0. three bed
rooms and a strm lo. St feet. The mess
house for the overseers will he comnected
with the other tbuldings Ih a ball mnd will
contain a kitehea 12s12, dining room
1s.13, past S paror a 4224, with a
-arse p-rek, two bedrooamst bskesus,
4km .rings wU s war a woo"
Eb Naom M wo tarw as to n.
e1 W . IS S elr r YInH do
../ii. t.ha that o Lutes l
is foal lplai. Aboutlinewssh
zo li. wh wasamw Wd
-no to this c4t from O'bbm'. utango.as
tw ts eUa st as dkm iNgtkm aLem raw
gei -l usar u ~ - .1- PY Lm Igi
wad, gapd .tpe at a of heodging
hudmi *emat a i his possmesson sa" had
ubw N in a mialoo wher. km passed
mut/o his tims. it s sa ippoedn tbs km
was @oV'q won after his arrival to a
lner plar. on the water font and afher
bLeng murdered and robbed was thrown
i.t. Sb. bartxw. as only t.ai t was found on
himt. eswpic~iu Is thrown can worthless
ohargasq.t' who, I. mupposed saw L
valgas have the monsey as be han not
bae seewn.iaim the mursteruous dlaap
pwalape. The. ofilrect as looking for the
.sa ptI as cbarac.Srse.
The eaol lar.psctorae have returned to
Ta-lta with mIane lIe sipcile.an of an
thrlweb. Ther have made over 10 lMes
tioss for primnni.uat men of that city who
have beern aiaisinag the~m Ins their oeacih.
It i- wow settled that without a doubt they
have within easy aresee of that point
rich de trnita of anthrLcite ioal. Tbe
early sprinl will se e nome starUilet de
velopetents, bothl In the slver anu rol
ditriet adjacent to North Yakima. Scv
eral preeminent and moneyed wen have
visits the s-ction. and all hblive that
they a. the richest .letions that have yet
been discovered in the state. ionw of
the mlneral paint recently dliscoverd on
the uper N~atilte has been grouid up in
oil aln exiprts statei it is of a far supycrir.
article to tie (l hin article, aIHI the pro
nioters have4l ulSt uip for a rcouple of tons
of it. Ihiih will Is. ground up anId sent
out tb w l.l,I.tale pauint sneln for tlwir
al Fugauuty. who was stit at ElkhonwI
early FridIay *ntorntning by 'lumn King. udieu
thnat night at 8 u':.luck linn f hmte.g eRrtl of
tIMI woundls. TIi fantal bullet ucterd at
tie hbastl oflthe rbum.. c4 thle 11.1f ticm1; send
raunged 4IEwIIwInl. int ieting iru'ansarlly
mnotal injll1mrk.. Jistint Kellog.Ig.gof I. 1l
der. lsbic an ilnqunest on the khead inan, andl
thie jury ntcanre.l a ve~rdlit of death at th.
bantdsof Tlhomrnas. Kming. Tihe fe uwl g at
flklhorn is. very hittler agaiimnt Kinag. olf
winuma nothiug fanvuralne eanm In- k'ornnEal,
and the s.hutinig is riganrtked universally
in the light lf a u.nni3* nipnlltIvEokll and
cows-".Iy nInnir.r. King is "uidl ta be
frinn Ccuer ule. hint nlnthiung is kamnown of
his anteuradt,&a. ThenE haIve iie'ei threaten
of osiS8itlx z a party tom prEtse to IluH-l.
der and lynchtmtn ,thienrmulrer. Fogarty I.
well spoken. Eof biy all ianssem as. havitag
hemna pea 5)E&enE3I). rtt'is.E'ctahIe (ititii. HeI
leave sa inmv.alil tlritlier, wIHIs isa tpCIres
ent in a hi..1ital iet Nuw Yurk city. amndl
haa a brothmur living inn Iutte. Timere al
pemra to is. ii', eviiEItaeut inlgliuantil'jt
Peters, tine slut wno was. urn-rstul with
Ladl.., at Misw .t. V. White'. you can
get alltinki of stam;)ing done' with neat
me u. sad i.Upate. A large lot of patterns
to utleet from.
Fnr cutter... ik'livhtiry rleige. and hob
sld."c, ge. to th' Montatnai Luntchr & Lfre
On reasonabi.' te'rntu a large. kitchen
andI dining reuona. furni~tiahl. Inquire at
Out land Hou~ue EauL.t St 1eu·iº u tre.t.
Artiitst' maatcriaIs st 4(' r04.i dlrag stoi'.
('rowley niakee .gse*iaitie.. of turkey
dinner and e'siT... sui en. tleeI r enuale it.
For want or rio,... IA),4(4 & Maiwe·ll
have- ckrlda"(1 t., 41y a~, uniilluu. the. arryiutt
of clotlring lutl arc - r~rificinlg proflt~o tab
clout, omt the- li ,m..
Drink Bolwhmujan amd l oftreau hmr"r at
Jack (ºnarl.,imu'r, the , only pIliu-4, in the
city to tet it.
The wnou't enmtmplm't.( Piut- of dreo.H tr'o
ming'. in. 11" (.ity in fit E:.tm."+ & (uia11.'%.
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOS
SI'HAn. Cl.ltTWHII, .rp.
Mailmrlt. . Ne.ar I rut, AU.iWIula, M nmt.
mm Q (HiI I f
The Slendid Line is Still increasing!
Em GeM am saer Wathin.
More Gold and
More Solid Syeuweee,
SMore Silver Platewareu
oMor On t in th ntir line o t Jry trde t the lowest prices oodss
More Silver and
e1 More Fine Can Ss.
Just the Thlngr orthe
More novelties in the entire line of the Jewelry trade at the lowest prices goods
can be sold, and the prices talk for us. Come and see for yourself, and be sure and
ask for tickets to the drawing of presents made by
LEYSON & TURCK,
SCity Timekeepers, 221 Main-st., Butte City, Mont
AM ONG THE
New PrettyThings inGold
AND SILVER FOR LADIES WE HAVE:
Hair Pins. Bracelets.
Bonnet Pins. Hat Pins.
Side Combs, Queen Vests.
Clove Buttoners. Bon-Bon Boxes.
Beads, Card Cases.
HIGHT & FAIRFIELD, Jewelers, Butte.
Just to Advertise This Department in Our Store we will Raffle
I Parker Hammerless Safety Shotgun.
I Winchester Repeating Shotgun.
I J. N. Scott Breech-loading Shotgun.
1 Winchester Repeating Rifle, Model 1886.
This ompri..s the hb 4 (Inns we are. .rlr-ytr o ·I.k. Tbe prizes will be th o HTgwo
and tbr Two lowest Takin tle I'rals, as thry may mLret.
TICKETS WILL BE $2.00.
For sale at our store. Time an.I p).ie of ram.' will Ib annou.red In thesr rolu.ans as am
thrkets are all dislrjmel of. We will Imliivlely s.tII only 0 In ,han-es. T.se de-slring chame.m wil
well to till arly, as we Ciu . been as. airel that llth Ikrket will all go ite Mrst wrek it sale.
ANACONDA HARDWARE CO.
HEADOUARTERS FOR HARDWARE.
My Work is all First-Class and of the Latest
Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
PALA CE STUDIO
Over ~t'sbr Aweci
NO I' IS YOUR TI IME TO B UY.
MAcCALLUM & CLOUTIER
HAVE UST RECE'IV.ED A CAR LOAD OF CHOICE
CALIFOR.VIA CANNED GOODS WHICH WILL
tRE SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
CGE NTS' F URN ISHINGC GOODS.
Many Important Aldditions have been made, which will . e Sold