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THE LOCAL MARKEI.
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eats- Yar tam l3oc; Immsml W; cur ed
beef We- Ockp r; sraune 124015c.
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ter. w- ton 512.00
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jU HE I L !
PURNISHED FRoM THE
WARM SPRING DAIRY.
AwAsk route has been esaMbtsd . the it
prompiLy sad r y wutllsabe
I2e Mnk furnshed by the Was Spring
Absolutely Pure and Guaranteed
to Be Such.
PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED,
And All Orders Will Receive
31 aut PUrk strt, Btt., otL
The Bat Conducted Restaurnt
A Few Reasons why It is
So Popular :
Ss amew for as Uom-Mas. Pies.
S as for oras COe,
It i~ mes r Ms Good suter
MM ms bs or Ms Good Cookas.
Ua fmoumes hr M akes Riske" r. every
Sia eeraase e so auuimes arn euasies
r r er at all bhurs Dar sa Night.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
No More Delays
GO NAST ANn WEST VIA
Northern Pacific R. R.
The Dining Gar Route and Great
Short Line to all
TAM.hrugh TAPul n Car fo Bt
NThrough Pullman Car from Butte
2" e ads 1T= r J mfPreumo c~a " a
roPlne PuUm6. Coach..,
P.laENa Dmuduu Cars,
Slegst Doa Coach...
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Per f 'A OL QadA rerý
ma7=?U :a'L:L-'rch tLin.
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Liauors. Cagrs. Candis. Nuts and
Fruits. Butte. Fresh Eggs. aao
COUNTRtVY " lRODUCV
at~ - WIN" sprs LYW-i.
LAN3 (wurr 3 AT KULA, MCL.
4lttY. n. tin
Matte te~~l~~ tcbm thebUwa
Jasms an Abat UbWa of a AWCE
R. Pui I~iter
NORTH and SOUTH
S* THE DEPOT * * *
Main Anns$o e t 1 0oe1
S. D. DII. crlay Tiket ANsNA.
J. A. LEWIS. U.ueral Aealt.
TRKE THE SCENIC ROUTE
-Tas Xsw AX
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
Now Open for Passenger Tranc.
SOLUD THROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
and onr eybeping Cars fonNinga PPal
BUTTE AND ST. PAUL.
Train lIevees utte daily 8:1e a. m.
sasety, Comfet nd Cour esy or Our
Butte to iB. Paul n 48 hour..
IA.. . IVn Ge. AR,. Helelm.
B. . LANINY, bkeo. Agt.. Hettes.
I. EDIAWtON, Gn. Agent, Butte.
THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is now Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
MINES AT RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. For domestic and steam purposes
Bocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily.
makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
Gioerit Bros . d, Helna. aste & Conne ConampsAa, Anaonds.
E. L Bonner & Co. Deer Lodge. A. Fraser ilsuae.
The Miner.' Lumber Company, Butt, Geo. T. Younl~tZ. m..
o. Mi. e Park Citfr. BStriw ar
auitmbH ... .Bi Timber. w. . White. sUlwater.
L. S. lHoser. .
JOS. F. MURRAY,
Having purchased the business formerly conducted by James eNulty is now pr R
pared to furnish his customers with the nest brands of
Domestic, Imported and Key Wet Cigars
To be found in the city.
SRJ ITS FRN~D CON :.UCTIONI RY
Fresh and ebolee. A well asorted stock of STATIONEIY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
TB. U" get" OeB b Amm.d r S.
BARRET & JACKY'S
ilneapt s & St Lofas lRilway
-AND TIHE FAMOW' -
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Two Through Tralis Daily from
St. Paul and MYinnapolis
Without rchange mrenertl with the Fast Tratn
Safll lines for the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
The I)irec-t and Only Line Rtunning Through
Minneapolis and Des Moines. la.,
VIA ALBERT LEA AND pORT DODaE.
Solid Through Trains Betwees
Minneapolis & St. Louis
And the Irtnet al Cities of the Missisulpld. and
t-5anittIlag n Usk'an IhliMt for all pol.nM
'oauth sad S*authwret.
Many hours nveal, and the o IN LY LI N run
stag trains daily to
AMAS CITT, LIAYIMWORT, ATCSIOM,
Maklng eolsaeertons with the UlnTi PrUi
and At.hison, Topr.k t .tata Fe Igrlluwys
(ooeo taneetloas made in IUnn ham lap* with all
trains of the Mtt. Patl, Minnueaolis and Manito
ba, Northern Paelbc, Ml. Paul & Duluth Rail
ways, troms and to
All Points North and Northwest.
REMEMBER tte Mn"t.'is
Mt. iseals Railwaryare symaposed . (at ofrtat,,te
Jay ('oaMhes MLag enet Pululnan Mafrepr
(a.rs. hortn Reecllnl~ n Chair C'ars. and our lu l
Palace Dining Cars.
ua lbs. of bhmage checked FRKE. Fare al
ways as low as the loweat. For time tables,
through tickets. etc., call upon the nearest ticket
agent or write to
C. H. HOLDRIDGE,
Gea'l Ticket sad Pass. Agent.
ST. PAUL RY.
Is the Past Mall Short Line from St. Paul
and Minneapol via La Crome a Mil
waukee to Chicago and all points in the
Eastern States and Canada. It is the only
line under one management between St.
Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest
Equipped Railway lb the Northwest. It
is the only line running Pullman Drawing
Ronom Sleeping Car with luxurious smok
ing roomsn and the finest dining cars in
the world, via the famous "River Bank
Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin
and the beautiful Miss.ssippi River to
Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains con
nect with those of the Northern lines in
the Grand Union Depot at St. Paul. No
change of ears of any class between St.
Paul and Chicago. For through tickets,
time tables, and full Information apply to
any coupon ticket agent in the North
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