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AIdl mails dos 05 minut before departure.
The daily record of the thermometer in
his eity is reported by A. T. Playter,
druggit. corner Main and First streets.
Tb, record for yesterday was: 7 a. m... 5
grees above; 12 m., MO degres almve: 4
p. nm., K4 degree above; p. in m., (
ABOUT THE CITY.
Born. to Mrs. John Morrison yste(rday
morning, a boy.
James ('lhmlers returned last night
from a visit of several days with relatives
in Sheridan and that vicinity.
F. W. Peckover has cut ouit the window
of his store and arranged the display of
fruit in a morm templllting nmanner.
Mrs. Mary Holmes of Indiana is visit
ing Mrs. I). Shovlino and ejl 'ts to re
main in the city until .Septeniwr I.
A. T. Playter's therrmnnet.r r.gistereoi
114 degrees inl the sun yestchriy at 4
o'clock p. in., the hottest of the. seasoll.
The well-known tMilyard racer Cyclonel.
owned by Mr. Smlith of Helena, arrived in
town last iight and was taken to the race
Samn Andersonl. tie colorhel porter at
Sullivan & Derby's barber shop left yes
terday for (reat Falls. where he exlwets
to join a toikred minstrel cor. illanmy.
There were no arrests yesterday, anid no
hbusinessm (one at the iwolie . court, owing
to the athenee of Judge Fitzgerraid, whot
has not yet returned from Ioullder.
A d*w feature at the plunge IUath is the
introducing of a Turkish bath system, hby
Mr. Savage. This will meet the. aipproval
of the public andl will Is' an adlded attrnc
tion at the already popular resort.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Metlth(list
church met at the residenc.c of Mrs. George
Owen yesterday aftenmsol. The guests
pleasantly surprised by an afterltunlt tea
which was a very enjoyable affair.
A check for baggage anll a smmti of
money tikd in a hanldkerchieimf and foundmal
on the street was left bty tlhe getlemlnll
who found thwemn at this olti.ce. 'lThe
owner can have the sameU by proving
Ben t'russwhite of 'annm Sprimngs wiat in
town yeste.·ay, land inll Ihinlf of the.
"Hayseels" clhallelhgel. the fats to ia
ganme of iall. Thie JU-K.milllnder were, not
to hr blufenl and a.rept'led thie chaille'ge,
providing thie pgam. I1 iplayed it thle i.rk.
A gaool achleme for kee.pilng thie cerlnic,
loafers from sitting on tihe railiing inl front
of stores is that arranged by )Ullceani tila
barber. He his had water conmll,.teIed with
the Iron railing anid hole. have is.ten
bored ain tie pia' wt that a stream of
water will imsue ifr. the holes. Mullch
amusement is afforlerl ill that vicilnity by
tie schemme. which is worked on lmmamy
The funlleral of George Martinll who iMdl
at Sit. Ann's hospital hediemeinaly mmorn
ngl. fromn the effects of a blow ren.eivIed
last week, was held at "2 m,'eli.k
yestelrday afternloonl frll timhe residence of
James lappen. A largie Ilmullnebr oft frienllld
followed thie l w ly to thie remll(ietry. Inl
justice might easily 'e doe II Martin'II
Mneory lby tihe statement that mhe teok
grt in a row at the timllem Iine was. illJljur·l.
hat statement i nlot true. lie wNa s going
(quietly oult of tile place'. wlln he was
struclk anld lual inot eligage'i l there' in anyi
A grasd Party sad I.. ('reaisM, mial.
Messrs. BreinanLI & (t ttings will give'
grand party and i'e en-asn. s.msinl . 'I.Ilt
Tuesday eveningoi. Jul)y 2'., at Frw,,lh hall.
to their Ipusils aid friends. I',. crienan
will be furnish.d by h lrs. G(;smslyear sof tle
floral parlors, which will f' frne to alil.
Dancing to (.nnnlll'll('ce at il o'cl.'-k at|id Iwo
kept up until thle we. sana' hours. Admatis
iaon. for g-llts $I..',. ladlieis fs.r. A gaiss
lute is asum.ld.
Mark Williams has inrssillls.l a inew at
traction at his salssa o(n tlhe corner of
hilst and ('lerry streatis. in the shrllare of
an air rifle. A largm crowd am"- ammusang
thesuselves t.lere Inghtly witllh tart lpra
ties, which is free to all andil u.S ilan c
action with Mark's firstl-class line of lit
uorE, cigars and soft drinks.
A special train frlom this ity runs daily
for the aonmildation of people who wishl
to attend the Deer Lodge races. The
.Uin leaves this city at 12:3J) o'clock and
Ieaves Deer Lodge at 1 o'clock 1n theli
evening. The round-trip fare is S2.
(Oir dreusmaking departlelait is llltnder
the supervision of Mrs. Hosforl,
late of Denver, ('ol.
I ,dles can now have their drc)na.s illln
ails made in the most fashionabile' andl
s"ea,.et and lstilfaction ualnra.lent(l.
D. J. HKr-xxN'si M'rant'ile ( I.
PROGRESS OF THE WORK
boa'us hdIiMd Wlilm Not Is
Work of the First Day*s Session
Opening Address by Bishop
!prll to thelw tandladt.
LIvimmuTor. July 2s. -The Montana an
ulal confereince convened in the church
at Livingston at 9 o'clock this morning.
The present, which I. the fourth since its
organisation, is the itrut annual session
held in the Yellowstone valley. Nearly all
of the 85 ministers were present accom
panied in most cases by their wives. The
day was perfect and the church presented
an animated appearance.
Bishop J. H. Vincent of Buffalo, N. Y..
eminent as the originator of the (Chautau
,qua idea, presided. He opened tie con
ference with an inspiring address. G. C.
Stull, Philip Lowry and J. W. Bennett
were elected secretaries; George ('omfort,
treasurer, and George D. King of Virginia
City. press reporter.
Rev. Dr. Tower. president of the Mon,
tana university, was introduced and the
Bishop announced his transfer to the con
ference. Rev. Mr. Fowler of the Congre
gational churchl and Rev. Mr. Johnston
of the M. E. church south were introduced.
The prekiding elders, Snyder of Helena
andl Mills of Bakeman, reported standing
committees after which theo conference
prwcreded to pass the characters of the
variouas pators and to receive their re
ports of te charges where thely have
labored for the past year.
At the afternoon session the written
reports of the presiding elders were given.
Gemneral proIp, rity was reported. Rev. J.
J. McAllister, of Bultt, will preachl the
(oIlferl.en.e missionary sermon this even
WAITING FOR WITNESSES.
They May be Able to Name the Man Who
Killed (Georg MartiN.
At 9 o'clock yesterday ornling the in
quest over the xoedy of (eorge Martin
was resullnd. Several witnelsses were
examlinel, but lno lnw light was thrown
on the casNe. An adjournment was agaill
taken until such a time as the Ihartender,
Nick lolbrts, and one (Conley could he
brought before the jury. lBoth of theme
rien, were at the sialass, alubnt t ie time of
thet rumpus andt( it ia tIhoughlIt that 1Rolberts
ran reillder inlluartautt tentiianoty and
'robl.ly Ie able to may ~lao sntruck the
blow. The nien have Ioth left townl but
are sup)Iprual to Iw ill llutte, and it iM ex
swa'tel they can he awcuredu to-day. If no,
the lnqule.t will lw concluhded. At )present
there is Ino direct evidence that I)lnmitro
vit was the mlma who struck Martin
asilde fr.a the fact that Martin identified
hillm as Iing tie *rnutsan. li)aitrovit is
ita prisnmer at the jail and in badly wrought
upI over the lmantter. He p)lI.es his cell
continually, friquemntly drolpping oni his.
knist aad crtoaitng hin breaust with Ilii
Iand, exclaimiig. "Me no hit hlim, e n o o
kill (eorge." Hlias dl. friendsl who live
in the lower part of the town are alno
aolllnwlhat troublehl albout the matter, and
were groupetl amlut thew treet talking ex
(.iteelly amllong themiseIlves at all hourst
yesterday. It is quite pIrolableh that I)ollno
etrovit will bwe lasmnd over to the grandi
jury, bint as to whether Ie will le con-l
victtel or not will largely deehlnlld onl the
intlr.dlllcing of evidence that l., as yet,
Turkish f Ilhs.
A new feature in Imtlml has been added
by Mr. Savage* , at thell lunlle Bath IIoumCe.
It i a TurklNlh hIath clabjinet. and il the
hIwlt known Manlt'silt for the pnre.rvation of
and iln:povemlent of health, anid for the
pirevetion or Plln of dliasemim, andll it
eTffectsi tiemse remult. by tie pmllctiol andil
uIln1m1tmainllanle of a healthy skil., whihll rcaln
onlly lr donte by olwninulgatlil eleanllilng the
nmlillions of iorms in its surfale. Follow.
ing its l diretet illuleni',e ulsmap the ukill, the
bathl exert. a s.wEondary amid Iniel malutary
effect 'uan almosmt all the organslII of tlhe
Inly, a1 d tUitus IollltNe isrlrhalm the nimtm
inwerful agenit fur t ihe Inn'vmm iolm a4111l
cure of disease. T'hoe who cultivate its
habitual use are by it rnlderel very little
liable to thie attacks of ellldemmiLc andll ilm
fections disorders. whlile tlhty geleraly
enljoy almmusut mserfeet ilmlllllnity fronll
culglhs. alld colt. Wheln- dismeae Iham
estallilslnl itself it is seldom that the
Iuath fail. to affotrl relief ill casest of goult,
rheumllatism, lullegim, uliatiaa. aguie,
liver complaimnt, ntti inl all affections of
theI' skin. or arising frmnlm imlnsire ibhnl,
its valule Ilhas IX.al rn lieateIly Il)ovt(l;
tnIlrlov'r. tie ltetlilllmoly of dlistingullllltld
Ilmetlical menI , aul the e'xrrmlm*u'lmme of
nllamny have lhowl thatll it iitle Il'net Ileamml
of lipnr rving allnl imnllrovimng tihe onll ple.
ioni. of ip'mvenltinlg Imlidl rmllloving any teni*
l'ioy tot emimmluml in(11 mullm 5a l iof retamlmlini
and emlnhancing l 1l ' chlarlli of youth.
His Hand ('rushed.
FYorhies Iltichatlllnn, foremlliau of the black
m.ilithl sh.ip at theii 'l'uttle foundry" nlet
wtth a severe accidlent yeateniray miornliug.
While lshow I.i anotlher tllian how to LiC t
iront with tiat large slar lrshe c.rIlehnsly
calluhlt hiss haand in the i r1mtrimlllet bailly
crushinzg thir.. fiingersu. lie will lon,. part
of tilu. r.uil fingeir of II' left handll and
will 1w. iunableh to work for mi-eril wieks.
The .v aloni I plrt.l-t.
lNt Illt . 'Mtlla a rlI-'d i.ill %% i ie.
II Ilt.. JuilIy Lt. The Avaloin wias
oilnuiil ti -night itll iagni illei. t style. T'I'hli
upletl id furniturei just lpit in wet ilt tIhe
niiew pave icely. Tlih li houise wi 7mri, Cn wdl
lto-. ight. T'h li rhn tlritl r l musih aial Itlie
sillgilig wiere wortihly iof lwinig h learl fro.
tihlw lwra hlouse smtagel,. A luilch was
ervll I thait was 1it fore king. Ilvii Mor
glu . has i iln.putl 441.1Kll on ili neiw place
i1n.l Ithe i".euit is tihe Ilinet sa.loni ill
Tlihe turse Was hieady s. Were the tltn.rrs.
Bt Iht 11tatantarl' l.mmi ial Wire.
iit r.. July 24. ldwanrd iall was a.r
nrted t1i.lay ti a cluhrge of horse seal
ing. A naun iaaiilmd Farmer. I, i ngi In the
city, lil.snt liis lhorse iad it was discoiv
ernsl in I'plwr Montania stmrt all a., lklewl
and ltridl..l and ready for a ride out oitf
town as siwi nos ilarkluw shoiuldl comie. on,
all was imimetiately lbcked up.
4/,wat Mwduae'goas hi Mat...
TlrkII, effect Auguste 1, t*n Norther,.
Pacific Bal ity will fthliict. thaelir rat,., a.
LCmllrntetd flrat clam.., Butte to St.
Pauinl .$ ( I
iecoul cIlassg, IIIIII& to St. 'uul : (il
Romaiad tripi lwtweeii Iutti' andi St.
I s llis a nrllaticm. of $2. on flr.t .lausa
*7.; .4' ecndl cli.. antd $ Lt.7 ,on the(a rmwund
trip ticket. Bear int mito t hus thIi. NocrthI
ern. P ac ill, rnel tie. I 'ist II hi1jipl and
famIteit traime ii the Nerthwest. (Mee
Snrne~r Nltuir and Gruuitre *1in-et.
lT" NOT A PFAIM.
Steat Is WMit Asterme sq eaun sais st
I le e Olws wsmset cr.s.
spal atermse emes otie a SAAAl.,
Burra, July M.-Progress was slow to.
day in the matter of taking evidence in
the applicatIh for the dlsbearrmet of At
torney Haldorn. Richard Hennan. who
was on the stand yesterday afternoon,
was on the stand all this afternoon. He
was to have been examined this norning.
but did not appear. A deputy sheriff went
after him and found him sleeping in the
rear of a Park street saloon. He was
taken to the court house.
Meanwhile the third charge in tihe dli
harrment ease was taken up. This was the
case of Jerome ('olwell, who was injured
in the accident on the motor line, July 4
of last year. The first witness in tlhireaee
was Dan Mullen, who was Colwell's nurse
at the hospital. Mullen's testimony was
rather surprising. He swore that at the
request of (Cowell be had reupeately gone
to Haldorn to secure if po le a settle
ment for $1,000. Finall Mr. Halllorn
gave Colwell i$1,00 and paid all the e-
poense of his sickness. The witness said
that two hours after the money was tmid.
Colwell handed it to the witness ito eep
it away from the attachment brought by
This afternoon the cross-examination
of Richard Herman on the other count
was continued. In substance Hernlman
claims that in the Frank Fry case Mr.
Haldorn gave him $20 at one time and $5
at another to come over to his sik. of tie
case, and that Mr. Haldorn offered him
$5(0 to leave the state.
Mr. Haldorn admits giving Hermnan 6
but no more. He admits being in Ithe O(wl
saloon at a certain time when Herman
was Ire.ment. Mr. Haldorn. acordlinl to
his own story, asked his several friends to
drink and onok especial pains to slight
Herman. The latter asked why lialdorn
wouldnl't buy for him and Haldorn at first
turned his black on him. Mr. Haldorn
laid down a $'JI) goldl piece, and rteeived
his change. As he was picking uiI his
changl , Herman aplproached and ,iull i.
tliulliht Haldorn inight lend him 6 asn l.e
was larll ll. Mr. Haldorn handedl Her
man 16. It was done in the preselnce of
The takilng of the testimony for the
prosecution will probably be concluded
to-morrow or Saturday. The defense will
likely consume much of next week.
Attorney O('l)onnel was asked to-night
regarding the truth of a report tl~at the
attornteys who are said to have hracked
him in the case have deserted him.
"It is not true." said Mr. (i)'lonnel.
"The lawyers are still hehind.me and will
show themselves at tihe proper tillne. The
defense is trying to give this whole thing
the aplpearance of a farce. hut that will
not Ihe allowed. The main points are be
BLOOD IN THE BAD LANDS.
A Hurly Rfmlan Wlo kReclved a I*cwerved
I'um nmu m l linK.
By the Mt4andard'sl Mpe tal Wire.
Iz"''K:, July 24.-A decidedly large Iblooxd
atint was visible on that part of the imoun
wlllch lhallng over the "haaJd lands."
Illalnche Ikºejardilles and her "friend," a
beetle-browedl slecinlenl f ianll(nal, who
gave his. llname as Alexander Tetrault
were the aggresslors. They pickedl olt as
their virtim, ('orraile La Ituche, a teanIIlt
of the k1eijarlirines woman's house. Both
assaulted her and wouldl have handled the
ulnfortunate creature severely had not
other partien interfered. Neveral of
('orrailne's friends, all wolme.n, went
to her assiatulane aIld the way
they uaiktl into the big
Frllnchllllan was a caution. They bit.
scratched and struck hill, uintil he yelled
Just as the battle was about ended a
(oupl)le of ldtlicemeul appeared on the
S.elnel anmd arrested the l)rincipals for dis
turbillg the peace. Subsequently ('orrJine
seculrl a warralit for thie arrest of
Blanche 1and Alexander for ansault and
mattery. All the parties were released on
cash bonds. It war only this. fternoon
that Blanche was tfilled $' amid costa for
drawing a deadly weapon on ('orraine, a
fact no doubt that causeatl lltight' as
Mr. 1ush Was sly.
The presenace of C. S. Bush, the well
knownl turflllman of IAlisiallama, at the Pal
siner Ihouse, reminds mIe of his eihibition
of liplomary during the erolwded timnes
of the last republican convelntion," re
auarkei olne of the regular boarders of
that hotel to a Chicago 'Post man. "Bush
was here llong before the convention.
lie had a colnmfortale ruls, and as no
onlle enjoys con.lilrt aIlore thasnI he, Mr.
Plalmaer was somlewat loth to Iimention to
him that lhe would have. to relinquish his
rtlsa, as no one caull be allowed an ein
tire roomla whenl it would Ild a dosen I-r
sois. But Bush had to Ib told,. and to
i'almler's surprise he offered no objee
tionl. "Thlat is all right," he saId. "only
let ilne retain a cot in the rnol and .ou
canl pult ans IIanyIs others as you lake.
And if you would like to have elt do Is -
will get thIe lAumisaiaNln dlelegltionl to come
here, andll you can give thai, n anl roomi alld
the ro nll adjoinilng.' Paliier liked. And
so tim dellegatill was duly assigrned. But
Bush shlowed no ievidence of discomufort.
Why? '.' lieause lnot a miemniber of the del
egation slept in the roons. All of them
were lir)luilent rll(rsOlllages, and there
was not ioneC that had ilot Iinore or less
friends in ('lChicago wlaose hospltality he
freely accepltetd, nt wiig p.artlicularly de
sirous oIf sloepimng i a lcrowdedl room at tine
hotel. The result was thait Hlehli, who hadl
fortcenll this state of thlillgs, had two
nroos at his .loit di'glwail andi at a less
c'ot thian lie before. Indd for ,(one.
I wa.. talking with a Keatltukian yester
tiaty ulhiut 11t Imrwslials'r ngMlrtmof family
feIaulds a l and tmrd.ers ietie lluet. grass coun.
try, anid he surp)riswel iue by dtkelatlngthat
li cnull hmaImst' thiiiiy famnilie. at Iast.
eve~ry mmiemmibtr of whaitl h1as for genera
taks. I-et,. guilty oit miaunther oir other of.
fetlst's against thec law. "I don't s·uppose
10 1wr tcet tnt of 'hea. tl.thtv siiffered for
their erimmes..· lhte mu illSiued. "lIndeed,
tIIm,, nIllnE. who gets tie lt'rttli tnl another
in Kiintumeky is. tt likely to uflfier very
miiut·1 froImi the law. fi generally walks
tilit of townl, anld hit abIsenceIIt is mourned
b)y his friemlst. It tatit to lot- the custom
to g., Ito Te'tras, t, ul whaent yout were told
that 'tthlomel S.,-sadil-G. warns absent lI
T'er.'., you iaditlt'rtit( x that lhe ad gone
thetlie l., naIve hite itte' IaIe ('tilt of hanging
ilI.s eiiiigratt4L tihern' tine, by onie. I don't
know whto startedl this. 'oiig to Teasa,'
bit l, thephrase is. I'tty well understood
all over tine state.~·
rlighling the Maths.
Ilan t (11." a. 14)111,(; 1l)(*· I', mls*.TPI.
'Iii.' linttl's. g~stwI tittue is. juiit cominig.
nwhe hot weather mnakes. Ili, ctiv*e and
indusamltrioias., antI last whilder's fur and
wrapst. anduit tlt. regular spgriimg clothing
ittatti'rrt'ui taup ad ltdwn in drhaw'r
alrorti oiiiin itinpit' solst' for work.
Ihie trt.p art1 i u.. soldm at dlrig stores are
lt~r&.tiv,, bitt they ,tnwll ta atrociouslyI
1 .tnjihb.r and turg tE'tLI iii., I ga Ilttle
of ~tatic Iii every dlrawer., i itsimple Ptw'
yen t.~ti~ t.. at t.I it mllt it hi cta stand the
tint tj itliat'toli. it thtt'rt,. all it tan get.
ENOUGH TO DO.
Judge Newktrk IsKe am alael-g
By the tlLdalrd's aselal Wse.
BL.r., July 3.-Whlte not quite so busy
as on other days, still Judge Newkirk had
enough to do today to keep from getting
"Dutoh Roe" was ealled to answer for
assaulting Doily Lee. When asked
whether guilty or not Rose looked at the
court in a manner calculated to msay that
that was Just what he was there to find
out and that she did not propose to help
him. He found out and in a manner so
matisfactory to himself that be fined the
bedding Ross 86 and casts.
Thomas Baglin simply started out to
take "Just one drink," but got into bad
company and was so drunk that be coauld
not tell a hedge fence from a comtnny of
militia marching by. His head ached this
morning and be was in a hurry to gthe
matter off his hands. So he pleaded
guilt and in default of $1 and costs was
Dave Strawder, whose ancestors were
proud kings and princes in the "Dark
Continent"long before Stanley discov
ered it, was asked about a little melee he
had last night with Bill Halley, another
Seneganmbian. Dave scratched his wool
a while and then admitted that he might
have reached for Bill's eye. "Five dol
lars and costs," replied the court g the
motioned Dave to a seat on the bened.
Ellet Gray was taxed $1 and costs for a
Giovani Steffoni, a member of the
Meaderville colony of Italian exiles.
planked down $10 and costs for carrying
Tom Vanmon then requested the three
gentlemen on the long bench to acconi
pany him down stairs and agreed to treat
them like men and brothers as long as
they were in his care. The only thing
barred was "Annie Rooney," the flrst at
tempt on the part of any of them to sing
it would result in the withbolding of ra
tions for three days and nights and a bed
on the floor. The condition was accepted
and the party withdrew.
ABOUT ADVERTISING BUTTE.
The City Papers May He Given the Work
as They Deserve.
By the Standard's Suecal Wire.
BL"rrT, July 24.-The conmmittee of the
board of trade on advertising Butte met
to-night at the office of Casey, Holland
& Co. It was expected that the committee
of the real estate association on the same
matter would meet with the other comn
Ilittee but the real estate committee had
been discharged. The board of trade
committee took no further stene in the
mtatter, the contract of the St. Paul coma.
pany having been thrown up through un
willingness to make the affidavit to a ir
culation of 26 000 copies.
It is likely that one of the local offers
for advertising Butte will be accepted.
The finn of Furey & Davis has this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Mrs. Furey
retiring, all accounts outstanding to be
laid to Dennis Davis or the present Iar
keeper. Thomas Gavin. to save further
expense. MRS. FULREY.
Don't spoil your clothing or soil yor
hand. with pant-pot and brwsh, but call at
the " Standard" oflfe and hare your " To
Rent" and" For Sale" eards neatly prtited
Hats, Caps, •
" Boots, Shoes
The Br.t Asrllelnt in both hlnes In
ANYTHIN. YOU (' CALL FOR.
And the Goods are of the Latest
Park & Main Sts.,
* J. C. KEPPLER •
Vstchaker and Jeweler,
An Grode. o
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Op
tical Goods, Silverware, Etc.
ll. J. Hllesy Mercantile Co.
ATTRACTIONS FOR RACE WEEK,
New Henriettas, Cashmeres,
Ombries, Satines, Gloves,
HOSIERY, NECKIWEAR AND WASH SUITING
New Challie Demond, 12/ cents.
An extra bargain in light colored Mohair Sicillians for Soc, worth 85c.
St. Elmo 6-4 Suitings, 35 cents.
White Broche Lawns, Half Price.
Ladies' Kid Gloves, colored and black, warranted for $1.oo a pair.
New Neckwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Underwear
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
NEW LINE LILLY BRACKETT FINE SHOES AT
$6.50 Per Pair.
NEW LOT OF SPRING-BOTTOM PANTS
From $i.5o Up.
A FEW SUMMER SUITS AND LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTED
PANTS AT COST.
D. J. Hennessy Mercantile Company
Carpets, * Rugs,
Will be offered here at pricer that
will save you several dollars. No
matter how low prices may be
elsewhere, we are determined that
they shall be much lower here.
It is expected that business
changes will occur in this house
within a few days and the less
stock that there may be to invoice
the fewer the complications, and
hence the slaughter of prices
which has been going on here for
several days, and which will con
tinue until the changes- referred
to shall be made.
Former price. Now.
25 cents, - - - - 12Y2 cents.
30 cents, - - - - 20 cents.
50 cents, - - - 35 cents.
40 cents, gilts, - - 25 cents.
50 cents, gilts, - - 35 cents.
75'cents, gilts, - - 50 cents.
And all borders at half price.
Si oo - - - - - - -S 65
3 50 - - - ---- 200
500 - - - - - - - 2 50
750---- ---- 450
lo 00 - - - - - - I5 oo
8 0o - - - - - 4 00o
600 oo - - - -- 0oo
Extra super all-wool ingrains,
tapestry and body brussels, and
any and all carpets at not less
than 25 cents per yard lower than
they have ever been offered at
any special sale in this state. A
sightly carpet at 18 cents per
yard; the same quality that is
sold at many other places at from
25 to 30 cents.
Remnants of oil cloth and lino
leum in desirable lengths at half
We can and will save you from
S~ to $25 on a single carpet, but
don't delay for this sale will con
tinue but a few days longer.
J. R. BoycE, Js. & Co.
Montana's Popular Price House.
Joseph Wilett. P. H. Kesa.
Willett & Kean,
41i B. Park Stut, uBtte.
3l. C. HRYNES,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES
Transient mock Carefully Cared for.
PIrst-Class Turnouts and Mod
First street, East of Main. Annaonda, Montana
Anaconda Livery Stable
D. G. IROWN.LL, Paorataroa.
Buggies, Saddles and Horses
AIMo Piof o , e e and Eý*
Ior.n Me. Waoneetlo mii wltb
Oles mad Mtable lIrt greet. Anseorda
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOGI
main For*. WNu Fnnt. A d. Mmml.
(oProsrra T)ras AI)
iAE1 A SPECIALTY OFFNIN CIGAMS
DOmRTIC. ImPO3TrK Ar'D a3n WSr.
' OBcWOrgnD of wr Ie Ceuty.
. <lADVERTISING MEDIUM
l2 I In Moatana.
Z Standard Publishing Co.,
C , ANACONDA. MOrT.