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fr om jyn teeý. MP M.Tuesdays. AhurM
nowmlohs4 inlmatei before departure.
The dafi record of tshe th - .an..r In
Sue shy is ropae d ty A. T. PIautm.
*rs, P irst utreet. The record for ye.
I u was: 7 a. I f.. 18 degrees= 12 m., 37
decree; 14 p. as., 36 degrees; S p. ma., 29
Sbiw im to Of Standard .eU be r.
eemed alte obrared' o.9.., .r athe atore a
*wuc & King, YMae atreet. Advevftain
-cdes saw be leaed at the hed uie. o9.c,
Bwwad Uuudldau eaorne of Medea sed
ABOUT THE CITY.
The rMends of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M.
Lavery .rmpathise with tlhen in tihe death
do their three-montheold child, which oc
Tbhe ight behween the Boulder Kid and
Harry Mitchell of (Rgden. for $100 a sikde
ha announced to take place to-night at the
p_-.ne bath building.
Jeanle Bigree awore out a warrant yes
.mday for Robert Moreland. charging lai
wih hlaving choked her. He pleaded
guilty sad wars fined 1 and costs.
The ehangs d petit larceny brought
agalnt Nellie Bowman was withdrawn in
the polke court yesterday. She returned
the hlain and locket to the man who
eblal. d thel as his property.
The Vignla (Nev.) TerreforeaL Meoer
pIre has the following on the death of a
gestleman well known in t is city: "MI.
C. Jaealr the partncr of James (kndolr
.1 the Cafe Royal, san Francisco. died on
Wednesday last. A few weeks ago he
was talking wltb 8I Lean, one of the
ars' barkeeler., and Joki.n as to who
shoukl dlie st. Bo died on the saume
day-Jgaee In San Francisco and Luan inl
Well Wrs as MaIsss.
Sped" o* the manarud.
Mimeou.A., Dec. 1O.-Jim Fell to-night
huocked out Frank Cook at the Gem thea
r i the fourthe round for a purse of $100.
The cht was with four-ounce gloves and
was very vlious.
Go to "Jach" Onaraluin for the finest
lnchb and Bohemnian beer in the city.
Osne bhundl.d boces applet at Neal's.
Price -.00U per hx*o.
All-wool ladies' cloth Me. at Estes &
People will ie mure, of ew.,isig a good
sow when tlhey nlid thlat Toun Tri.co anul
Abe iays, tlhe po)llair c(niul1eiLtllaM art
with Trirce' Plantatiol N I*iialty ('cun
New (hristnas ties at Estes & Coasinella.
Dr. Ten, 5.sagsa.
I stopnping at Soo LEe's, on %cmasll
·swee, nasr Min. Anaconda..
-N men for railroad work. apply at
Mellivr'a oaep. east of towan. Wages
o.3. earnd $O0 per week.
KILPATICr Bano.. & ('OLLIs a.
A. T. Plaý bhnes received a tf.esh
let of gnuiane Henry Clay igars.
Mis H. V. White has janust relvedt
fll Mae of renaehb limpaored bats.
I wish to lnforem all mny old and new
eustomers that I now carry a full line of
sne cigars which I will sell lower than thei
lowest. JOHN V. PKTHIT7..
Dr. ehmults. the emninent specaltist, of
BDte Cit. will be at the Montaisa. Aula
edmla. lecenlmr 1Pth to 1bth. M.e new
On reasomable terms a large kitchen
and diling roas. furnished. Inquire at
aklman House. East Second street.
C~set protectors at Cress' drug store.
Now Is the tie to buy your cigars and
.i. s.. JJohn V. Petrita carries sth
la.s eods line of New York. Key
west agd 'lfornia cgars in the wet.
m Lme the "Is Rosa" clgar, for sale by
e the dnrugist
m.s & Connell'. 1Ioo ladies' cloak is
& 6 Mauwefi a elesiug aut their
au d oe f hes Cm e re gd les of
THEIR LATEST SCHEME
WlM uM " -d t am as £eet
Wtee Vallk I m mlw g oem o the Ia-:-_
go"mt sslembu. lowe"" "M useu.l a"d
Uasomwffg uss ase" Viss Mtem"
Npwtal to W1,e Utaiear 4i.
8Pt-W to LLOW 1AlNIlmrd.
HLJ.mA,. Dee. lo.-Theer is no change
in the pollical situation to-nigl t, though
the air Is Olled with rumoas. It Is said
that Lte conspiratorb have armrange with
te reputldican senators to have a demo
cratie senator arrested and brougiht to the
senate chamber at the time of meeting.
In the evotnt of hlis refusalto take the oath
man take purt in the proceedinrg his ieat
will hI. declared vacant and the senate or
genised. This mny take place to-morrow,
thourgh it is not generally lhelikved that
the plot will he carried out. Tnel conspir
ators are known t.hst deslerwite. however.
and lio one will he surblrioile at the at
Tihe lousa met this morninlg a the
nusal hour. Mr. Comly was In
the chair in the absence of
Npeaker Blakely, who arrivedl frin
Gallatin thsl evening. No busineal s was
done. A long caucus was held this after
moon by the demoeratic representatives.
A brief legislative session was hekl and
the housae was adjourned until to-morrow.
Legislatlon will begin in earnest with the
sessions too-morrow, Bills will be pre
pared and introdued and connimmittees
TIhe republicen senators mset at 10 anmd 2
o'klrk to-day. Nothing was dlone, as no
quorum was present.
Sanders. Hershfitkl and Seligman were
about the court house to-day bolnhobing
with the ,senators.
The rump house met this lnornilng, hist
Inlsreiately adjourned. The answer of
the rumpers to the. pu)blic letter of the
house is looked upon as not trnly very
weak, but as ras extraordinary .-hi
bition of cheek, for it prop)rme to
orgdnile the house with twellty-nive re
publicans and twenty-four democ)erats and
then investigate the precinct vote, .'nah
Inag the republicans to name the resul4f
Articles of incorpiration of the Deer
Lodge Mining and lmelting company
were fled to-day wit~ the secretary of
state. The incorporators are Joseph
Peteron, John C(. Deerlind. Owe( n Long.
Edward NSimpsnn and John Fishewr. T;he
capital stock is 6$0,o00 in tUtJUU shares
of S1 each.
The readtings of Mlis Jessie ('outhli at
the Preshyterian church last evening
maore thn met the high expectations that
the audience had formed. She demon
strated that she was a most accun.pilis.d
elocutlolist. assuming as she dkl a wide
range of cluuaracters, l every instance
witll a realism of voice and manner tihat
wasn almost startling Her most pleasing
selectkrins were rp "*Virginia" and
"i'hris.tma Nilht at the Quarters." The
musical eaerwliesu which asupplenllentel
the entertainlnamlst were mauch Iljl)oyd.
The piano solos of lkirys Tracy. the sing
ing of Mius. Rosenel aland of Messrs.
Nie, S.ally and Thlomass were aeilkelst,
Mr. W'atson acting as the acoumpaniest.
What U3 Vtea Knew
shout the SNierbh Pullman Iaainn ('arm_
whlk' have henn recently placed Ias merv
kie via the I'n.on Pacific. °"TIw Overland
Route?" They nan oEm tlr fast Vestihule
Exprs bettweern ('ouncil Bllffs aslHI De.*
Ver and on "The Limited Past Mail" Ie
tween Council Blulffs and PustIIaId.
If you want to r'et a melunptkaun luwal
while traveling. dokl't fail to take the train
one which lthee Diners ruln. Meals, whk*ih
cannot Ihe surpassed in any of tiw firast
clasm hoteIl in tih c.untry, are e*rved in
thebe cars at 75c. each.
J. Merrill a ('o-s asrtunewlnt of da
moeLds are, by good Judges, IrImotnIc(Id
the Ibet ever shown in An4acInda. Thtey
Itave ahI- molmne Ilalnasdnw utsales In thefir
line of late and are constantly aidklll to
thleir stock. We iotice In their iShow
cases .ld im mm very eleyasit thLings in
carved and eIuamn ',' Jew.elry.
Leave orders at Neal's for your Xmas
Trices' Plaantation Specialty Company
appears here to-night: 15 . to e ncbet cot
orml artists in the profession
The elelrated Holroyd's undlerwear at
Eltes & ('onlnll's.
Prescripltlonsaccurately -comaniutltked at
A. T. 'ltayter's drug storwe. tay or Illght.
A. T. Pllaytercarrkis a full lul of patent
,Ilerlic(inel,. pure fresh drugs anltl toilet ar
., ta SC i.It .. m
aIl)IN;irP* Ia~·r. for (~ljltw. * ailIta *a y.
cr l~t l ~ , r j~, g , rbl* l : 4 0 1 1 Y ~
1 aim *sa 1iy ttt oil Sii m .4.lit I . I
o~ (·~~(~il r tw-- Ili itft 4-11 MseWH~1~,
11,14 i s Ktl m"I ha urlal l. iIor L rr r
For wnrti of om- Law- & Maxwlel I
hiav..Oe'. t mobil4 t'v ,1LtpXeq.itivianm. 01i. (irry~ivg
of tel..Iliiiig nititl an-. llacritb.'isg irofilti UtA
Ne.w tatid.*rwear. over-olairts, imockwar
haw, arndl 4asot hmas anal shoes, itsEi,
Wismimr & Newtat's tube. Bialsmta 10 cents
Crima' druff m' I
AtF.mtm (on1n.llm I1w CheaPtmt a,,
IWe"l titmi.'n every offered for male it,
In the heart o thse winter sensn.
Eatcs & (Coneell Mere.stll Co. have,
nuade a general cet of 10 per cent as their
enltire lite of crothin1. See that oel Ipet
10 lper cent. off on all purchases of cloth
Lalks, at Miss H. V. W'thlte.' you can
get all kinds of staanpingl sleol, with neat
nIess and dispatch. A arla klot of patterns
to e hkcet fron,.
The latest fall and winker shapes in the
cek lcrated C(lriity bat., at Estee & Con
It you waInt tlie lluest bat madtk in th;e
world for lightneus and durability, get the.
hrirfy at ELtes & Connell. and no otlher.
For cutters., delivery selelias and bob
sleds. Fo to the Montana Lumber & Pro
Mrs. Warren as ,eatly and tastily -.
fitted the Oa(kland House oe, East Second
stret, furnmeraly knows as the Saratoga
Hotel. Desirable romes can be had on
Artist' materials at t'rees' drug stare.
The celebrated Wilma Bros. dram
ablet at Bates & Coamlls, also the beau
e al Manhatta dress shirts.
"THIR I ISCMANT or VNINII ,
inoooogenmm We. now Glaosaf Go
doue Msesu me-boo.
M bd l a the noaalrno Cmm21ý:
avemu opera botaiso Is" nimbi 1C
sumealhagon, eafwftrn a" a inT
detaI that chauaeterfod 1Molls of
The cvoampany toeas *eane In Iemue as
It is large i no maIan (MIN at 11110~e
delights lIn witomduu Oh puedwetlem at.a
haespossalai play into. Sud that mU tOP
rIubardsaate. . atn am well onesft&
Hurb lothe, cas e t cIsb pay smog's
ru. Datudonam. Kano bsmhmsp
b a %ulnwluaemm that I% nowh
obuwvabl. aloutskk of aaapay ebsee
in the Bie rt a the huon th b mes. m"d
kept up to h laud by mutual 411uu11
t"a, and u Stage diceiplintw
ItsRoo WItb=ut magying that nuum
nu arearkably strmof fad"w*s.
Mskrn*. The passions of the evafy all
Jew were depic with nanterly efet at
oe otp. PartIcularly Kne warn the ron
ru.i"i o thIlse linesl hbekilti Ya " on
na on Wvdnhcay last." l &"b a mow_
toaauus WSW the lstsuiuai of Mrl. Gay an LIA.u
rtedi (ItAulus He was 4-xcaelilqtig aspilited
mued clever. Mr. Iubbll's Antoes. warn
saesmt adahlsraloi.. tlsrnbout, andil the ArL-e
enzes elf Mr. Piarissh, the ijauwaasies of Mr.
Hea-r were excellent. mLum ()liver
tlglu stafferhag Ionrm a temnzpoar hbuare
nes warn a sisburb IArptits, land Mimi Hollee
w" Lra milly "nfa lovely a J"rXieve na onhe ao le
its a lifetinge.
*Viliss evolmitalg the IDnlaY will he "Othollo.
HOME WATCH AND DIAMOND CLUBS
Mr. KeppY u alwamaaeag Asaetlumas eof
threat nsas sI tetir aembema.
At the request of a very large tmenber of
patrons, J. C'. Keppler has deckled to ab.
ganise home watch and dlamuond club, In
order that the people of this city and vi
cinity may have an opportunity topesere
goals ulpon that satisfactory plan. NolelIt
ing agentu of outskide clus llve been in
this place latelyand when it s consklderel
that their commlison is necessarily add
e~t to the cost of the Ingod purchmased, it
will he seen that the home club offers a
kchkled advantage over outsi(de uases, as
the arge.atn' conanisiuen is ione away with.
and.l Mr. KepIpk-r can thus dispose of nlm
at prices elow what the anle article cn
Ie purchasdl elmu*wlere. Ainother esg
melablhe feasture of the homee club is that
all kinsds of goods can he purchased by its
mentmber. whereas utaide clubs eancla.
their sales solely to watches and
diamoseds. The terms are the usual ones
of .2 weekly payments. Mr. Keppler in
now ila readiness to take numbers for a
1(oo club.. a Sul club and a 0)u club. For
further information apiij at
a . L KEPPLErA
leading Jerweler. Anaconda.
Wa Clb. .......
We are organising two watch aad di
mond clubs, of fifty members each. One
requires the payment of one dolula per
week and the other of two dollars per
wee*k. This manneer of huying watbhs.
liamonlds and other fine Jewelery has
beconm very popular. The small amLtount
requaired each week places a Inembership
withliln tite reach of everyonr e anld tba
m.oney yuan pay in wolMl p.erhalp hie bklwnl
inn in Isoie -other way sanu yoa would have
lnothing to show for it. hit by Joining our
l.hllst antd with.nt feelinIr it a burnen yom
wnoolave an eluv pant le I i. of jewefy.
1(W wieh thlime thiniking of joinaing c~hn.
wouild cBull at near t.re alnd ie tnhe quality
of Igoods we prow.se funrishinig mll saers
'of our clubs. e1 have the nIewest nd
brightest stock and the .est values for shoe
oneney. J. IIKkILLt& CO.
tIout.,. .I. mwiuuI VU.
Watt. 3.aU atalt Bea.
M P.ci.a (Cor ,.b04.0cw ofi thb taadanlr.
Br rr,. Dec. 10.--The following are the
readl estat traunactions rtcwdod siaam
our last report:
Patrklk Nolan to Edward L. Mahoney
for $1M omme-elzth IatecNmt in the Stun.
Wall lode claim.
Jaaw Morwehnw·uu and flarnt Met inE
harv gBvet notice of letation of the Vau
derbilt loka and John BDradagaa F. W.
('ap line. Williian Gleauon and ohi F.
Nohitta of the Silver Queen lode in th
Moow4 crVeek distrklt.
TOLD IN A LINE.
Complete line of cartridges at Anacoa
da Hardware (o's.
Guns for rent at Anaconda Hnardwae
Guins and ammnunition at the Anaconda
Fur style, gapd goods and a perfect ft,
go to Estes & ('onnell's for your clothing.
Laded sthells at Anaconda Hardware
Estee & Connell are marking their new
stock of clothing and furnishing goods at
price that will please all who want riat
If you want a suit of clothe, made in
order call at Estes & Co(nnel. They have
over U00 sanpless to smel.t frons. and guu
antee a perfect lit.
(. to Neal's for Holkiday gsth»s.
For fine wool cer silk underwear for gents
No to Eute ('& onnell's.
A full line of paints andl bruias*e o all
kiteds can he found at A. T. Playter's. drug
| %1S% I.SA*Igit AtAIm.WAS.
t*AMMIKArt III*.RTMI T. .
HI'TrF:, Monet.. S .v. Yom. Ira, . 1
Aguluts in .VosftuNa: A rate of oen, trail
nae-fttftlh fatIr for the resound trip top apply
locally within a distarne of 2UO0 naile' l-as
been anaIe for ti. ('briutma and New
Year lndklays. Tkikets to he sold Ik.eem
her X. 5. and ,81. II., and Jaauary 1. InItOk
Final limlit. Janluary ., 1I0. Advie the
public. Yours truly, J. . . lwi, geen.ral
Intelligent. strong and bolest yanag
man, unnmarrka , new comner to Monta.a.
desires work of any respectable character.
('an halundle lhor. plemdt em
naetldationn. Aply "H" lButte omcu .of
Taim STAeaAnn, II Maim strs, naorth.
Dr. 4hcbulta, tbi emineat specialist. of
Butte. City, will he at Use Montsa.e, Anwe
enuada. Itece Cher 1211 to 16th. See new
Tw.ty-flive* pe.r ent la taken orf ffIe
all alhunms Ixuwlat at ~e.. & ('nemnell
Money to oan ni m improved tamna and
city Iprwn..rty. Se. advertisme.nst North
westen.r Guaranty Loan ('o.
('lristmeas ties. ilk snullersa silk laad
ke.rcrli.ts cnelhrkleekml silk suspe.nekrs
andl dll.peru at Esst* & ('on nall.
All patties indebted to MeY t Emmons a.
C. ('ariaons & Co.. will call at Anacondas
Beer hall and settle tbhelr accouat. Front
street near t(ak.
The most complete line of dress trim
mings in the- city is at Kates Council's.
Gunm and ritS. at Aa-Uonda iardwam
LATE NEWS ROM BUTTE
WTPM oilg b*U IM b
to -=- sasy Colism.
na vrhew er.s wms. .
BTr, Dee. O-k-Only Amlderm Mal
ville and Toolmr reprsented the eit
counel In the party that left at 7 so'lomk
*ko-nisb for Hah Lake ecty, to lampe Ush.
Garnmr re alromn syrms. The rest o
the party neoluded ire Marshal O'Irteie
Chief of Plre Brigade Thmaus, and H.
Wbhiteore, the Gaynor agemt. The ret
of the akrl-nen cotnoluded not to go. one
or two of them not receiving tickets. Al
kermnuas (O)on. who went to alIt Lake last
week, telrerapb.l Alderman Mclereno U
to-day that the Gaynor apparatua would
arrive to-uarrow. If so. it Is doubtful if
things l an he. in shape for proper inapeo
tion by the Butte party. A week
ago the city council adjourned un
til to-m.orrow evening with the underMtand
ilr that the party should return fron
Salt lake Ibefore that time and settle the
matter of tire alanrml. It ie clalinlel by
the Gamanewell adv~cates tluit th Gayulor
sitle lu.h been teUnporising with a view to
tielay miatterm oe that no detriion coulk he
reac.id to-norrow night. The party was
to lhave gone last Tluranday. An effort
will he tumalkl however to have tnh council
isne*ting to-norrow nlht and settle the
question. Eleven of 14 aldernwn are
still in thae city and a quoruasn II M. A de
lay etf anoltlaer week will liouhtless result
isl inability to put in any syste.i before
sprilsa. If |msible the matter will be
ipellslil tihrenlil to-morrow.
('anmill. MluMse*y one f tIIl proprietors
of the lanlry IhHII,, was arrested to-day
for asmaul¶t ini kinokiag dlown Laslu Ray
imaolnd, one of tle hnrenly girln in hli damice
IhoUsme. He- pilIad guilty to-nlighlt and was
ll1e-l 11Sits 1,11el e- ts.
A new and eacee.dingl . . kind of
Iuor ba apparently- beon Ir ia by
•laoonkeepers of Butte. A ong list of
arroets for assault, disturtance and fIght
lug appeared on the police dockel to-niht.
Ducran. a gamnble, was liaed l1 and
casts for splitting a man's head open with
a taro boa; D. J. Blake was ned $;
Prauser 5; and Mise Jemsse S for distur
nswae of the peace; H. Galloway was ar
rested for heating his wife on Mercury
street, Joseph Baudett was fined 51 for
disturbance; Frank Jobnson for disaur
hence; James Faruer for disturbanee;
W. H. Jobtuon for disturbance; and Ku
.gene Tronmane for assault amd battery on
sa lle Doe, plead not guilty and their
cases we et for trial; Gordon & Rietlhk,
for obstructing the sidewalk, plead not
Willam Jack and wife retwurned to-ni
roee their trip east, thaving visited ew
York. Philadelphia, Pittsburg and other
eastern cities. On reaching this city they
were met at the depot by a few piersonal
Governor White returned froa Bose.
man to-lilght and left on the evening
train fur D)ilon. ..
M. r.uss. Prevoat and Massey. poo.rle.
tnr of the hurldy-house, were arrested
again to-nighit. Since the trial when con
vwited they have been rnnaing as before.
except that the door hbetween the saloon
sad dance-hall has been boarded up. and
pa-ge from the two places i h a
hall. gllseing anld driunking has pro
.eekde as usual. The nmen gave all.
At 11 o'cilock to-night fire broke out in a
two-story frame loding house ill the alley
between West Park street and Broadway.
The house was completely gutted before
the fire was under control. It is owned by
Nichols & Wico, and i. damaged to the
extent of abot tOt ilsuredn . It was
leased by Mr. Ed iller as a lodging
house. Mre. Miller lost cnsklerable fum
niture and several lodgers last the con
tents of their trunks.
All but one of the hgys of the Independ
eat neous.nger seervice struck to-nirght,
walking out of the ofice. The boys de
annd iar at the flrst of each nmonth, but
sManag r Ecker had found byh experience
that several bnys when pakl in advance
h.d left him before their money was
earned. Mr. .Eker hms alrsed fllledl their
places and will carry on tbusllre as
Adv.vfrtlned Lett List.
Letters remaiding unclaimed in An
conda poatoiflos for the week ending
December 7. 10:
Allen. M ~ *hc~ H Klier N
htarnett. Vrank Lave' y. Mrs lix
HLru.". M A L.ad.. Alfred
Ilauuwkv Itr W 1 .rlr
I mwn. tm I)CltY~~
Callan. Ifrfrk'k aLNel
(o'w."ln. Jamus anlx.l4ý_
lalue Watmunl If Martalldmn. 4.'.rgeo IJ)
t )mine. H t' M/ ahey
hrwnncly. HarNard MwUm. s ti
KRsy, l.mmialaa I. l/rU inn
Ku%1'y. William lerkelueml t111
KI.Irl.lj.ce. Walter Mittier, Vrrmnk
Vitzpaetrl."k, Jameis UMmumen. lient
Vrrry. laetrkek 414'.rnamr. Hu..
Fuller. H IC IK lelraen. Atmlut
VLtra'agent. Itia Kkly. Jolia J
Vlitrgenkid. It U- mellrtmmn1 Washington
rrwy AA Mitaer. V. WIsia
(ruuir. lliam lnMemM. William [ll
4 muirwotw* Vvd Itiwai1Dm, C c
4 tlheuau A J Mudertuolmn. Carl
4&lla. 'Vrank A [I Madcrlaad. Frulck
PInIatiel Mlrkhhc, Vaak
Hallr. 4ew.ll lTetalaa. Joe i2I
Harsow. Mrs Thunuss t Wiiam W
£armua'. M 11 Nuflhiran. lIi&kc
Swell, A I Tbm a. lWik
Jwu A ruba w Nr
Jatummno. Imtayla 121 Wa .
pudau. 4i ani W ik. Aedjsma
ennuy. Jula Yoean. W
In calln1 for these letts the applicant
st call for advertised letters and give
dm1 o. this 1.t. (iso cent wilt be eel
Seemed far seak lett. If not celled for
within two weeks tbebws l be nst to the
dead letter ole.
JAM=. M. Moomi, P. M.
MLak aprtt ceat
At ntei &A Conncllr' lumber yard. Or
ders can hb left at the staoe.
leuB V. IME.st
Riae joust r.'eived W~Oa cigar whichl will
ae placed on the narket at reasonable
A. T. Pla tee has just received a large
Nock of pmnts and window glass.
Crowley snakes specialties of turkey
dinner amid cors.e as nmoter made it.
('all and pee 3ase & Connellsa cent
plh d i wa
The Manhattan dress shir was reeved
yesterday at Eses & C(onnell'e.
Visiting cards teatly writte., at Trlpp'.
Go to Mls H. V. White fr. the beat and
=mot ceemplet. line of mmllnewry goods
ever ofered in Anaaoeda.
Lades ald f wool siets uaderwear at
' CAL ON
Hennessy Mercantile Co.
Prices the Lowest.
CALL 7ALND EXAM7"INe.
D.J. Hennessy ercantile Co
Corner Oak and First-sts.;
BUTTE CITY OFFEIRS
The most fatvorble opporftnit'es for good irvestments of atey ciar lo
cality in the West. It is bhound to be the Mining, Railroad and Commen.al
Center of Montana. AKnowing these to be wndeniable facts,
The Evans, Terry, Clausen Brokerage Co.,
At pr E. Broadway, respectfully solicit a share of the public pm ve.
age in thMir lines, and ask that all reasonable and far-seeing speculators
will consider well the COLUMBIA CITY PROPOSITION mentiomd ai
this space tomorrow. Correspondence invited.
I. M. JACOBS,
41 West Park-st,
Fine and lediun Grads of Fhrs
Made tgOrder a Specialty
Prdelehr AttUts 6lIm toe bIelg
am rendag Ol hlushka
Hishe1.t ark .see. anm bR Raw Frr.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Nr ffluX IS HVICKItY 4.IV.N 9TIHAT THE
N rirlar anuarl mertingu tit the ·ilm-kholders
of the 4 aiar d'Alcn n4lver-Ler c inini CIo. will
Sw hp atI be offie of saidl coal% N.2
West Broadway. btutte, Mougaaa on ured
1ki. lih. Iwo. at the hotir of tooclkac P. Ay..
as prvided by the ty-latws of usmi crpIormlOfl.
for the purpose Of eletta a Manird ofTrumier
for ite eOuinG year &V for the tnutatim oC
uch other hqIswm as may come beore the
patd a Iutte. Montana. Neweambr 149b. Ive
= rdr "C J. K. CLAM PresiticaL~
: CSLARUWP WAUXIIN. Seft"WT.I
" J. C. KEPPLER -
Itkcbler a ud Jevghr,
P nrnrO N DS..
Wathes, Clocks, Jewry. Op.
tlneD moods. Sl~wrwat.. mta.
IW. C. HRYNES.
lIVEY AND FEED STABLES.
Ti etb~soek crawf a.i br.
PlFrst-Clam Turnouts nd Mod
U3 krL A NOb. Am. 3.1I.
arm spring 'livery Stabl.
5& VA To ut Tun1Aa.ee Now .
IJNDAUS. BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
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