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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1889.
TOWNTOPICS IN BUTTE
DeathRate Decreasing^the Winter Months.
Jd(* Nswklrli Kxmrnibvni of^1ms Hunty Hiiaan Tltx Nrrtp^- la t kr
ICorresiMMiileni-* ot tin- Atnmtaril.^Burn., Dec. 7. Health Officer Louvitt^reports a great improvement in tlie health^^f Butte tliirtiiit tin- |Kwt two mouths.^During the fall the death rate wiw quite^high, Uh^ deaths numbering nearly Ml^earh ntontll. Lately tin- city seems to^have regained it* iinrmul health and all^a* yfiysiciaus report much less sickness than^I ^ few months ago.
takeit^ rank again this year^healthiest cities ^if the union,^tri the death rate In-k.iii about
amongthe^Vile decline^the middle
ofOctober. The r^^c^^nl for (letnluT shows^46 deaths in that month, including one^death by aeeident, one suicide and one^sent from Boscinan here for burial. ^ ^f^the 45 deaths. 'J2 were under five years^old. During NovciiiIht the surprisingly^low number of atl deaths is reeorded, anil^of the tie, nix were the result of ueeidentH,^and five were brought from JefTcrsoii^county. Ten of the Mi were under five^yean* of age.
'IfI c-otild hiirii none on the witness^^tend to-day.^ remarked Judge Newkirk^last night, ^I might have Iteen able to tell^something interesting about the hurdy^hotueii as they were years ago. when the^territory first lieeauie settled. The girls^were originally all Dutch girls, and they^were fat and stumpy, not more than four^feet tall. They were resiHi-table^too, and while they would dane^^any Is sly they wouldn't go any further,^believe they were imported from Holland,^direct. The miners would throw their^money away in those days and it was a^common thing for them to spend $aO or^| y-frHUU a night on the girls. The hours of^| IPlhc hurdies would he from * o'eloek at^night until H o'clock in the morning.^The men paid 91 for every dance, ami it^was a poor night when the girls^didn't have fifty dances. There^usually four Dutch girls to^house.The miners at
timepaid for their dances in gold^which was weighed out at the bar^each dance. ^1 he proprietors were^expert in weighing out gold dust and fre^^quently weighed out five or ten dollars,^worth of dust for one dollar. Some of^them would have a long nail and in pinch^^ing the dust a dollar's worth would re^^main undetected under the nail. Ill those^days we used to pay 91 for a letter and 1^have often paid as high as 91u by the ^ ^ 1 ^^^eral manner in winch the postmaster^hcl|^ed himself to dust.
Theresult of the hurdy trial was quite^surprising to most people of Hutte. for the^opinion was prevalent that house of that^character could Hot bo closed ill this city.^The police have gained an important step^^low, and tin- city marshal declares that^he will follow tin- case to the olid. The^hurdy house was comparatively quiet last^night, and the police declare they will see^that it is kept quiet. The proprietors will^be arrested as soon as dancing is resumed.
Apeculiarity in the courts of Silver How^county is the presence of the man who is I^afcnerully termed tin-^scrip fiend.^ He^Opuys witness' fees, cashing fees for wit^^nesses at each trial at $1 and obtaining^fl.SO from the county treasurer. The bus^^iness is said to lie quite lucrative, although^John Bordeaux alone makes a success of^it. He has lteeu in the business for years^in Butte, and during that time 14 persons^have started in opposition to him but have^failed to make it pay. Mr. Bordeaux^learned the wrinkle from ^*. P. B^h^th, the^present county clerk-^It is noticeable that the country is get^^ting along quite well without any district^court in session, and it is a matter for ar^^gument whether the county would not 1st^well off without court for a time. There^may be hard-hip in a few cases, but it is^certain that not half so many suits will^he instituted or cases tried as would Is- the^cose if the court was in active ^MMMMh^Many cases that are started will lie de^^layed so long that they will die a natural^death. Men will forgot their animosities^and husbands anil wives who want di^^vorces will lie living together again before^tile courts are ready to try' their cases. It^is a fact ill two instances where divorce^suits had lteeu instituted, the couples hare^become reunited while awaiting trial. I^The lawyers seem the princioal heavy^losers by the present court muddle.
Travelersapproaching Butte notice that^on the highest point of the city stands a^church.
Thematter of taxing the city's houses^of ill-fame is receiving much attention^from the city authorities, ami tin- only de^^lay arises from a diliorciice as to the^manner of taxation. In Helena proprie^^tors of houses of ill-fame are taxinl $10^each quarter, and inmates are taxed $T^^each quarter. They always |^ay promptly^and there is no dillleulty over it.
Aperson walking along West Park^street these tlays is met by the problem,^whether 'tis ls-tter in the mind to walk on^the north side of the- street and stumble^over a half dozen stoves standing on the^sidewalk, a pile of fresh tlsh. three bar^^rels of apples and several Imxes of chick^^ens, or go on th^- other side and struggle^with the intricacies of a mortar lied, an^8-foot pile of brick, straw, lumlter and^numerous Ikht kegs.
Achain gang is Judge Kddy's solution^of the problem of rendering prison life in^Butte less popular than it now is. If cita^prisoners rcf .ise to work in a chain gang^they can be fed oil bread and water.
theliquor men ra*ve them under their^thumbs.
Therewere only a couple of eases in tlie^polls** court to-ilay. A pair of drunks^plead guilty and were assessed the usual^sum.
Ilorn In Butte, December Mh. to the^wife of J. l^. Hammer a daughter.
tJamesKelly, who died at the Sisters^mpital yesterday was hurled to-day.^- Hon. Mr. Hickman, state treasurer, is in^the city.
Acandle left too clime to curtains in the^Cleveland hotel at Menderville last night^oreatcd a small blaze which alarmed the^inhabitants. The fire was extinguishing^however, lM^fore much damage was ilone.
Kx-UovernorWhite was in the city to^^day on his way from Dillon to Helena.
Sixtycar I.sols of on- are daily ship;sil^by the ('handlers syndicate mine to the^Anaconda smelter.
('apt.Met'ormack is taking a trip^through Missouri.
MajorMartin Mctininis is in town. He^is unhesitating in his opinion that the^democrats will win in the ci.litest at^Helena.
Mr.Penrose is here, having come over^from Helena yesterday.
DanieiJ. Hyall was tried by a jury ill^Judge Newkirk's court this afternoon on n^charge of petit larceny in stealing a watch^from a pawnbroker's shop. Tin- jury^found him not guilty, and the costs, Sfl^,^were charged to the complaining witness.^Klias Sigvl.
Salliell^s' was arrested by ( Mllccr James^this itftiTiiisui for allowing hoys to lie^around her house of ill-fume on tiulciia^street.
KdMiller, of the Dcwdrop. was arrested^to-night for violating a city ordinance in^having Im-it kegs anil Isixes oiled up in^front of his saloon on the sidewalk. ol^-^structing passage. It will Is- made a test^ease. Miller will light it, as he claims be^has been singled out, whereas the ordin^^ance is violated by innumerable |teople.
Thealdermen did not leave for Salt^Lake to-night to insiicct the (iayuor sys^^tem ami will probably not leave until Mon^^day or Tuesday.
Buttehas MM without water for thirty-^nix hours. New pipe- an- being put in on^the fiat, anil the bursting of the pipe has^caused a temporary difficulty. The motor^lino hail to stop running for lack of water.^The Mipply will be all right to-morrow.
Huney'smine near Burlington is closed^for u few days.
UniteIleal Katwte Urinnl.
SpecialCorrvstssMleaes nf tin* staiulant.
Ut'ttk,llec. 7. -The following are the^real estate transactions recorded since^our last report:
JosephAucluiu to Joseph Champloaii^for $on. \i part of ('harming Nellie S.^lisle claim.
(. S. Warren to Charles O. Lindsay for^#ti0O. lot 10 in block 5 of Central addition^to Hutte.
SimonI). Wood t^^ John I.. Carroll for^*1.4^ii^. lot 17 in block 1 ofNoycsA Ppton's^addition.
M.J. Council to H. H. Helms for Sunn,^lots :t, 4 anil .^^ ill block :t of Noyes A l*p-^ton's addition.
MaryW. Bishop to Cyrus Bell forfl.UMi.^tin- Skip lisle milling claim.
MikeConley to John P. Mclaughlin^fu^r #.^^U(), one-sixth interest iu Mamie lisle^claim.
HenrySliacknell has filed an affidavit^of annual labor performed on the Dftt'ftlBj^erhasset claim.
HOWWILL THEY^Not I
TOLDIN A LINE.
MiredHallway* lu Ml-sonla.
Mlssot'I.A,I^ec. 7. -Some of Missoula's^most successful business men are stock^holders in tin- Missoula Street Kuilrouil^company. They demotistratnl their con^^fidence iu Missoula's future growth to-day^by having surveyed the grounds from the^Northern Pacific depot to the West Mis^^soula fair grounds, a distance of alsnit^two miles, for the purpose of extending^their street car system. Active operations^will ls^ commenced as soon as material^call lie obtained. It is rumored here that^u rival street ear company is being organ^^ized. It is safe to say that no one com^^pany will monopolize the street car busi^^ness of Missoula anil that street cur^travel hen.' in the near future will lie us^comfortable anil as cheap us in Kustem^cities.
ThaiIkr^^Million Will Hi^ftperial In tar snuiilurd.
Hki.kna.Dec. 7. The letter from the^tlcmisTuts to the republican seiiutors has^made a favorable impression on the pub^lie. Lieutciiatit-tiovcnior Kickards an^^nounced that he hail received the uro|Mi-^sition publish.si in this morning's pais-rs.^Senator Fisher, who lias shown his vigor^^ous luirtisanship at every op|MM-tuiiity^arose and said that the communication was^not pro|s-r, anil should not lie read^before the senate. He said the only way^for the ilcmiM-rutic senators to remedy^tin- situation was to come into the senate.^The proposition will Is- answered on^Monday, when all the republican senators^will meet. A talk with the senators pres^^ent showed that the pro|**dtioii met with^no favor. They cither gave evasive an^^swers when questioned as to the advan^^tage of the investigation, or claimed that^it would lie entering on the privileges of^the house. They are evidently rattled^over their situation. They lllll-t acknowl^^edge their unwillingness to enter into an^investigation that would prove doubly^damaging to their present weak position.
A printer sat iu his otliihair, his
Issitswere iwttchcd, ami his coat thread^^bare, and his face looked weary anil worn^w it h cure. While sadly i hi nk i ng ^ ^f business |^debt, old Morpheus slowly around him^crept, and Is-foro he knew it he sou lily^slept: mill sleeping he dreamed that he was^dead, and from trouble ami toil his spirit^hail fled, and not even u cow Is II^tolled. for till' peaceful rest of^the cowhide sole. And us he wan^^dered among tin' shades, that smoke and^scorch in lower liuilos, lie shortly observed^an iron door, that crcukitigly hung on^hinge ajar, but tin* entrance was closed^w ith a i-cil-hot bur. and Satan himself^stood iM-eping out, waiting for travelers^theri'ulMiut, and thus to the printer s|s^kc:^^Come iu, my dear, it shall cost you^nothing, and never fear; this is the place^v* here I cook the otii's who never pay^their subscription sums; for though iu^life they may esca|ie, they'll find when^they're dead it is not ttsi lute. I^will show you tin- place when' I melt^tin-in thin, with red hot chains ami scraps^of tin, anil also where 1 comb their heads^with broken glass and melted lead ; and^if of refreshment they only think, there's^boiling water for them to drink ; nil hot^grindstone to grind their i loses and the^red hot rings to wear on their loam, anil if^they mention they don't like fin-. I'll sew^up their mouths with rod hot win-; and^then, dear sir, you'll see them squirm,^while I roll them over and cool to turn.
Withthese last wonls the printer awoke,^and thought it all a pnicticul joke, but^still at times so real did it seem, that he^cannot iM'lieve it wits all u dream, and^often he thinks with a chuckle and grin,^of the fate of those who save their till, and^never pay the printer. Kx.
HisTurn Now.^All Knglish publication tell- the follow^^ing good story relating to a certain coun^^try magistrate: He is a staunch total ub-^sluincr and it cyclist, and Ms severity to^^ward ^drunk and ilisonlerlios^ *is almost^proverbial. Not long ago he sentenced a^brace of these gentry to a fortnight's sal^^utary exen'isc mi the tread-mill, and, us^the story goes, lust week he met the men^us he was ascending a pretty -till hill on^a heavy tricycle, over a rough road, anil^in till- face of a -till wind.
Why. Bill.^ i'Xi-laiiiiiil one to^I other, ^111'aviil if this ali't tin- bloke^sent iis on the mill!
Yus* was the response,^ ami now^a-gcttiii nil stairs hisself I Wonder^he likes it! tin it. guv'nor! We're^it's your turn now.
Completeline of cartridges i^da Han I wan- Co's.
Gunsfor rent at Anacomla^Co's.
Gunsand ammunition at the^Hani wan- Co's.
Forstyle, gissl gissls and a |s^rfect fit,^go to Kstis. ^ ouneli's for your clothing.
LsMMlcdshells at Anacomla Hardware^Co's.
F.stesA ( oinifll an- mark ins their new^stock of clothing and furnishing gissls at^prices that will please all who want first^class gis* I-.
Ifyou want a suit of clothes made to^order call at F.stes A Council. They have^over 800 samples to select from, and guar^^antiee a perfect lit.
NewS Pretty Things in Gold
I S ion I'll llll Kill ^ \1.
I'vkn..ku in c mh vt n r
IIIrn:, Mont.. Nov. Ins^HfiiMii : A rate of^for the round^u distance of LA*^ mile^tin- Christmas and
me^trip to |
Aitrnt*oi Ifi^oiu-flfth fan^locally within a^Ims-ii maile for
Yearholidays. I n kills to hd sold Decern- |^Is-r '34. 2f^ and :U, |s.s:i, and 'lanuary 1. I^M. I^Final lim.i, January ;l. |MQh Ad\ i-e the^public, \ours truly, J. A. l^ wis, general^ugi'iit.
TheParis K.xlillilt ^^^^^.^Twenty-eight millions of tickets wen-^actually sold at the Paris exhibition, and^the uiuilagers, who ex|s-cted to have at^least H,l^m.n^i out of the :t,l,um.iMi left on^their hand-, are jubilant. This exhioitiou^has cleunsl ^s.iiim.nun prollt, while that of^IhTH ran nearly twice us much Is-himl.^The exposition just elo-iil was installed^for nearly $t.^aai.to^ less than that of 1*7*.
To-day.(ii antl 1 )isplay^(^i
HOLIDAYGOODS.^We offer the^FIN EST COLLECTION
Hvershown in the city.^Make your^SELECTIONS EARLY
Amiget the^CHOICEST A RTICLES^J. R. Boyce, Jr., ^ Co.
CornerMain and Broadway, Butte, Mont.
ANDSILVER FOR LADIES WE^Hair Pins, Bracelets.
SideCombs, Queen Vests,^Glove Buttoners, Bon-Bon Boxes.
Beads. Card Cases.
HIGHT^ FAIRFIELD, Jewelers, Butte.
Justtt^ Ail\crtisc rhii
Ib-p.irt iiu'iit i^Pi dir (iim-
)ur ^t^^n- \vi w ill Raffle
ParkerHammerless Safety Shotgun.^Winchester Repeating Shotgun.^J. N. Scott Breech-loading Shotgun.^Winchester Repeating Rifle, Model 1886.
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tIn- heal ^ i iiiiis ^.^st TaklM 11'** I'll/*
.rei'arr^iiite in stm'k.^as tll'-v SAal si'lts't.
I'll*,prizes sill is- tin- T.. tti^rMt
TICKETSWILL BE $2.00.
K^r Hiilc at ^nir stor,'. Tunr ami |^lnf larlt,- mill K^- strtniKinri'il in ttn-siIiirnri'. s.M^n as
ki'ls;^! ^^ all iIis|h^si i| of \\ ,^ will paaaHlvrl} s, II ^^nl\ las rnitin-.n. Tlios,-.|, ^irilnf ^ li.ui, ^-^ will 4^^^I'll t.i. all ^ ai l\. an hittr Ims ii assiinsl Dial tin- tl,'ViH^ ^ ill ail k^ tin- lirst wrrk .if saw-.
Workis all First-Class and of the^Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
PALA CE S TUDIO
OverPeters' Store, Anaconda.
OtMtrui'tlmmon tits Mlrivsralk- IVmoiuU
Willi t.llllT ^I^i*'S.
PpiNial iM^rre*|^uiiili*ni'e of tin- si uiilanl.
Hl'tte,IKf. ~.^City Marsliul McArtliup^is iiitftiuir with nut a littli- ilillli ulty in^his I'llorts ti^ liuvi- tin- siili'wulks of tin-^i-ity I'U'i.n'il 1 if tlwir olmtructiotis wliii-li^havo ho Ioiib iiniK'iliil tin* projjrt'kh of |m-^ili-striuiis. Onli-rs liavi'Iwfii ytivi'ii to the^ptiliot- to si'i- that all olistrui-tions Ik- rt^^w^jiiiovi-il. But i'oiuiilaint is Msaawl l^y many^^F^lry troixN ini rcliani^ ami otln-r ili'al.-rs^that w hili- tlu-y an- promptly i-om|iHU'il to^pajsWV tin' Imixch in front of their^stores. th^' |^oliet^ ^lo not iiimppl the^liquor dealer* to eomply with the same^onliiKiiii'^ . Saul one iiierehant to-ilay to^a Staniukd reporter: ^Yesterday 1 hail^two iKixes on the Hiilewalk in front of my^store and I was promptly ordered to re^^move them. Ill front of the liipior ftore^next door to me half a earload of empty^beer eases utid kefTM have stiMKl for a^week unmolested. Why don't the poliee^gn for the whisky menThe reporter
%eould not answer, hut the iiierehant vof-^, uiteentl the inforuiatlou ^they dare not:
li^K i-'lirht In Itutt*.
Mpei-ialto the SI am Ian I.
Btri'K., l^^-e. 7. A brutal seene was wit-^nessiil to-iii|(lit hy alsnit IXKi men and^Imys in the iKlseiuellt of the Milwanki1.*^Ih'it saloon on Broadway. Two powerful^bulldogs, Spokane of Spokane and JiiihImi^of Butte fought 12 vieious rouuils. The^IlK-lit was for *^^^^. After VI rounds had^been foiiurht till* owners of tmth doff^^askeil that it be deelared a draw. This^was done in spite of the vigorous protest*,^from parties who hail money Is-t on the^n-Mult.
TlwMnnlana Slate Tralnn' AwMx-latlwa.
Tin-Montana staU- ti-aeherM* association^has ileeidod to hold its first annual con^^vention at Dillon from Deeouilier 'm to^Deoemlier 2K, inelusive. Mrs. M. S, Cuiu-^niius, of Helena, is pri'sideut of the umho-^Ciatioii. It is i x|m eteil there will lie a^large attendance from all parts of till'^state. The local committee has made ar^^rangements for the free entertainment of^all teachers that may Is- present. Till'^railroads have been nMpiest.il to grant^low rates to all those who desire to attend,^notice of which will lie given later. The
Iirogrummewill he ready to distribute^Ki eiiilsT 5. Let all teachers! of Montana^turn out and make the lirst annual meet^^ing of tin* association a grand success.
Forfurther particulars address Miss M.^K. Hanks, chairman executive eouiuiittii',^Dillon, Montana.
Lucky^unilM'rs.^At the drawing of I^eyson A Turek's^presents Saturday evening, DeeeiiilsT 7,^tlw elegant tea set. No. 174. went to H.^Williams, of 433 Colorado street; the old^silver llnisli parlor lamp. No. MU2, to Mrs.^Mary Balmforth, of Centervillc; tin* line^ebony anil gilt parlor elis-k. No. IjUM. to^Mrs. Daniels, of Kocker. At the next^drawing will Is- otTcred a silver tea set, a^silver porcelain-lined ice pitcher, ami a^Hue jewel casket. The next drawing will^take place Saturday, Dcceiulier 14. lb-^mcmlH'r tin- grand present of a gold How^^ard watch, January' 1. Leysoii A Turck.
Intelligent,strong and honest young^man. unmarried, new comer to Montana,^desires w'or oT any reapectable character.^Can handle horses. Splendid recom^^mendations. Apply ^H^ liutte otlii-e of^Till Si \m^akii, :t! Main stni-t. north.
Criminal,ill tierniHiiy.^Three hundred anil fifty thousand six^hundred anil sixty-six persons are now^under sentence iu the (n r in.iii empire for^offenses against tlie law. Sixty-one thus-^sanil eight hundred anil six of these of^^fended against the state, religion, ami the^public |M-acc, IH4,^i7t) against the person.^1 .^^_;.^'..^^_' against pro|M-rty. ,V^2 wen- sen-^tenci'd for ^insulting niaji'sty,^ 4K2 for^arson, 47.% for brils-ry, ^j.sk for offi'llses^against tlie atlti-socialist law, ami'.^^'.^ for^adulterating fissl.
Therehas been a great deal said about^Mr. Cassatt's retirement from racing, anil^as usual ill tl i* aliscucc of any declared^reason, the gossips have invented several.^It is generally stated ami seems to have^^MOM* accepted that Mr. Cassatt's retire^^ment is only teni|m^rary, ami that he will^he back on the turf in a few years. Yet^he has actually told |m'rsoiial friends that^he ^might never resume racing.^ Tlie^circumstances under which be made the^statement give more point to it than an^ordinary remark of tin- kind would carry.^It is possible Mr. Cassiitt has |m*rsoiial^reasons for not denying the gem-mi state^^ment going tin- rounds that hi- ^will be^back iu a year or two.^ We know from^his own dii larations to us that he docs^not Is'lieve in the present system of^racing. tie Is'lieves iu a higher standard^of racing, iu cups and weight-forage^races. So do most men who have true^racing sentiment. We want races wliicb^are rciiicmlM^red after they are run, not a^weary succession of iini'Vi'iitfill scurries.^Mr. ( assalt is too fond of racing to remain^out. Like Messrs. Belmont, l.orillard and^Scott, he will return some tine day.
Brusselsearii 54Jc at Kstes Jk Council's.
I. UTS It. VII.I.I.M AIKK.
MONTANA'S^HAKSPEARE FESTIVAL COMPAN Y
.S7. h'csti'uil Nighti, ^ tt$mtttteing
Bandman!His Festival Company
AndItKIt KXCBIXKNT ( ilMI'ANV, under the dins lion ,.f Mr.
seiitingJtiKKAT N ^ \V YORK srt 't 'KSSKs
THE FAMOUS LYCEUM PLAY.
Momiay,Hamlet^TiusJ'y, Merchant of Venice^ll'tt/n,.u/in\ - - Othello
KVwi.isl seats, SI..^.i. 'geiierul a lniisxi .ii. -i
ll\ TDK Ml IP Hi OP sffftWft KIKKK .^^THE COMEDY HIT OF BOTH CONTINENTS.
It11 it MONTHS AT THE MADISON MOD A MC THKATKUC
J to .ind I'i-rfoi iu;.uci's 1'i'rfi'i-tly I'ls'scuitisl^Seats o|m iis at 4 alk ills' l uesday morning.
TheSplendid Line is Still Increasing!!
.loll^ V. IVtrilx^Has just receive^ I .M''^^^ cigars which will^he placed 011 tin* market at reasonable^pru-e*.
A.T. IMaytcr has just received a large^stis k of paints anil window (lass.
Crowleymakes s|M-cialtics of turkey^dinner antl coffee as mother made it.
Callanil see KsUst A Councils 36 cent^plushes.
TheManhattan dr.-ss shirt was n-ceiveil^yestertloy at Kst^-s * Cotuiell's.
arilsneatly written, at Tripp's
V.White for the Is-st anil^line of millinery gissls^Anaconda.
Ni'w-uinlerwi'ar, over-shirts, tui-k wi^ar,^liats and caps, Issits and shoes, at listes^A I'onni ll's.
J.Merrill A Co's assortment of dia^^monds are, by good judges, pronounced^the I^est ever shown in Anaconda. They^have made some liamlstHiic sales in their^line of late and are constantly adding to^their sti^-k. We notice in their show^^cases also some very elegant things in^carved and enameled jewelry.
Furiiish.ilrooms for light bousckn p-^ivg. Address ^X,^ this office.
Goto M iss H.^most complete^ever offered in
Ksti-s4 Councils f,,r^The
Prescriptionsaccurately col u| siuinlis I at^A. T. Pluyter's drug store,day ^^r night.
A.T. Playter carries a full line of patent^medicities, pure fn-sh drugs ami toilet ar^^ticles.
celebratedHolmyd'^A ( onii.'ll's.
s underwear at
oreGcW ud Silver WatchM.
Silvi-rW.iU'lu'*,^I JMore Solid Silverware.
MoreSilvi-r Plat.-ware,^Mois- Jewelry,^Mots- ^ locks,
Moii'I Ipcra U1.UMS,
Pearl-llamlleilKnives,^M' '!-^^ I'itie Carving Sets.^Just tin- Thing for the^Thanksgiving Turkey.
\VinsorA Newton's tills'^at Cress^ drug store.
Forcutters,,^sleds, go to tIn^^duce Co.
1.11uls IU cents
inthe entire line ^^t the^prices talk for u^. C
kfor tickets to the drawing ^^t presents
Morenovelties^tan be sold, and the
deliverysleighs ami Im^I^-^Moiitaua l.uuilM'r A Pro-
Artists'materials at t'reus' drug stor.-.
DrinkIlohemian and Hoflireau Imit at^Jack Onarh.-iru's, the only place in the^city to get it.
Jewelrytrade at the lowest prices goods^omc and see for yourself, and be sure and^made by
CityTimekeepers, 22 1 Main-st., Butte City, Mont.