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THKAXACOXPA STANDARD: TUKSQAY MORMNU, AUGUST 10, 1HH7.
ButteNews. NO REDUCTIOR OF RATES
TkoPi-i*'irsl Brsaeh, (MBr* of the Standsni^Is at tl I Bread*** Butt*. T.lephons 42X^Ad.ertltlni rates raraiihea en spoil robins
GrandArmy Veterans Must Pay^Full Fare to Buffalo.
Reportedfor ihe Mudard by Gallogly Jt^Co., I^r^(fuU.
Auk.t^ Thermometer. Barometer. Wind,^t a. in. .07 deg. above. KB) Inches. N W^% p. rn. S2 ,|-g above. K^ Inches. N\V
IHighest tempera!urt\ :^^ Lowest, A.
TheIndications for Montana to-day are:^Fair; southwesterly winds.
NEdUOeCDRESS and FANCY^hi BBoBj data patterns
NotSufficient Inducement to Offer a^Low Rate Now - A Report of Rate^Cutting Prom 8t. Paul to Mou.-^Pointe,
!THE BEST MADE
Inthe EARLY FALL SHAPES, Jest Opened Up
Hatand Furnishing Store. Butte
Rentpianos from Orton Bros.
S.H. Mclntyre la over from Helena.
CMT. M. Malune arrived from Miles^City yesterday.
JamesM. Glenn of the Gold Coin^mine Is In town.
VV.M. Rlekford and T. G. Hathaway^are over from Missoula.
Timeflies, so do our $18 suits for $10.^Boucher, 45 East Park street.
JamesGlass of the Hope company^came In from Rasln yesterday.
HenryA. Hoot and a party of friends^arc touring the National park.
HenryJonas, merchant tailor, has^moved to 11 Hast Granite atreet.
Mainsprings. $1; watches cleaned,^11.50. Warranted. Mayer. 40 W. Park.
CharlesSchatilein and R. S. Paxson^will leave to-day for the National^park.
GeorgeKing of St. Louis was shak^^ing; hands with old Hutte friends yes^^terday.
WindyJoe and John Fitzgerald were^arrested last night for fighting In front^of the California brewery.^I The announcement In the Standard^on Sunday of the engagement of Miss^Cora Dunnavan was erroneous.
Beitmeals in the city, lie. Hoard.^$-0 per month. Tickets, $5.00. The^Mikado, 15 West Granite.
Ifyou want a sure thing, all of the^time, have your clothes made at Schil^^ling Bros., opposite postofflce.
Mrs.Charles R. Leonard returned^yesterday from a six months' visit to^the home of her parents In Illinois.
Dr.Kinsler. specialist, practice lim^^ited to catarrh of nose, throat and^stomach. Office No. 120. Butte hotel.
JudgeClancy yesterday appointed^May J. Wilson guardian of Celia B,^Wilson a minor, and placed her bonds^at 11.500.
Thetranscript, in an appeal In the^case apainst t^r. Cow pcrthw aite was^filed In tile district court yesterday by^the defendant.
Wewill send a box of 50 Copper^State cigars, charges prepaid, any^^where in the state for $4. Montana^Liquor Co.. makers.
TheDillon Implement company yes^^terday commenced a suit in the dis^^trict court against M. L Davie* fur^JS1S.97. An attachment was issued.
JohnR. Ross wa^ arrested yesterday^on a charge of assault preferred by^K J. Olsen. a bicyclist, who claims^that Ross struck him with his buggy^whip.
Poolssold every day and evening on^Saratoga and Brighton Beach races.^First race at 11 a. m. Combination^pool room, 41 North Main street., up^^stairs.
A LA roe AUDIENCE.
AMeat Pleasing Katertalnmeat at the^I'elon Pavilion.
Thelargest audience of the summer^season was at the I'nlon Pavilion thea^^ter last night to see the Faust Com^^edy company and they witnessed one^of the most pleasing entertainments^ever presented by Manager Sutton.^There are 12 people In the company and^each one Is an artist. The programme^includes, beside* the Faust family a^Quartette of London bellrlngei*. who^give an astounding imitation of the old^English chimes: Miss Fernandez, a^mandolin solist: Martin Hagen, a vo^^calist: the Australian favorite. Mi**^Lucy Fraser: the Risley acrobats:^white marble statuary of prominent^men, and a laughable pantomimic^comedy. The entertainment will run^through the week.
Therewill be no reduction of rat^s to^Montana veterans who may wish to^attend the Grand Army encampment^at Buffalo the latter part of the month.^State Commander Davidson and Na^^tional Commander Clarkson have been^using all efforts and means to Induce^the Northern Pacific and Great North^^ern to offer a reduced rate to St. Paul,^but ^lt was announced In Butte yester^^day that there was no likelihood that^a rate would be granted. The railroads^argue that there are so few Grand I^Army men In Montana who would^avail themselves of the rate that It I^would be a material loss to the roads,^as It would demoralise local trattle The^rate would only be taken advantage of^by traveler* between local points and^the railroads' loss would not offset the^benefit the old soldiers In Montana^would gain. No rate was offered last^year. Very few Grand Army men have^so far signified their intention and wish^to attend the encampment, but a great^number of others In Butte have ex^^pressed their Intention of going Fast^providing the railroads would make a^rate.
Aspecial rate had been made for the^Elks' convention recently held in Min^^neapolis, but very few people In Mon^^tana took advantage of it. so the^Northern rueds do not think there is^sufficient inducement for offering a^rate now.
FromSt. Paul east, however, the^roads at^ holding out (treat Induce^^ments to G. A. R. veterans, and compe^^tition for the business is very keen and '^exlraordlnary concessions are being^made to secure It. All St Paul lines^have announced a rate of tl!c.VJ. Sle. B^^ing car rate*, too, have gene to pieces^on account of competition, and several^of the roads have announced that they^will use first-class sleepers for the West |^at tourist car rates.
Thereport also come* from Chicago^that the rate from that city to Butte,^Seattle and other Western points was^being cut by lines running to St. Paul^and there connecting with the Northern^Pacini-and Ureat Northern. It Is stated^that the North Pacific coast business^is badly demoralised. In addition to^cut rates by brokers. It is claimed that^Northern Pacific and Great Northern^agents are upon the streets of Chicago
alteringgenerous commissions on all^business they can secure. Chairman^Caldwell got wind of what was going
inand sent out an ^operator^ to pur^^chase a ticket. The individual could^not get one. Then the chairman got^togetht i five men w ho alleged that they^wanted to go to Seattle. This amount^Of business caught the Western agent,^and he offered them ticket* at $47. a^cut of $4.50, but when he learned who^the purchaser* were he bought the^tickets back at $51.50 each.
tA St. Paul paper says the report that^Mr. Farrcl was to be general managtr^or the Great Northern had for its only^foundation the fact that Mi Farreil^rods- with Mr. Hill In his private car^a short distance recenly. A latter ru-^more Is that J. D. Farreil Is to succeed^K. W. Winter as president of the^Northern Pacific and In some quarters^the rumor is regarded as ^quite plausi^^ble,^ but unfortunately, like all the 1^ithers, it lacks official confirmation.
TheOregon Short Line will next Sat^^urday run a hunting and fishing ex^^cursion north from Salt Lake, going^into Northern Ctah. Idaho. Montana^and Oregon, traversing the Snake river^valley. Cache valley and Bear Lake^valley.
Inspector.Irnks Kays That It Is n *plen-^dill Hulidlnl.
BuildingInspector Jenks drove nvcr^to the School of Mims buiiiliiiK yes^^terday and expressed himself as d^- '^lighted with the progress made in the^erection of the building and its ap- '^peaiancc.
Itis a splendid building.'' said Mr.^Jenks. ^As a citizen of Butte and of^Montana. I am proud of it. It is sub^^stantial and imposing. There Is no^shoddy about it and nothing cheap.^Furthermore, it will nol be an expen^^sive huild.ng. It Is to cost only $96,000,^which Is not as much as the High^school building.
Isthe building likely to be finished^soon^''
Certainly,it is progressing well j^and will be finished and ready for oc^^cupancy by November. Of course, only^one wing Is now being built, hut that^w ill be all that ^ ill be required for !^the purposes of the school for many^years.
Workon the building was suspend^^ed for a few days last week, owing to I^the failure of the marble columns to '^arrive. That, however, was only a^temporary difficulty and caused little^delay. There has been some difficulty^of late In selling the warrants. Aliout^$16,000 or $17,000 will be needed in i ash^for the completion of the building.^Most of the material is on the ground.^I ut the amount named is needed for^labor. It is probable that warrants to ,^the amount of the *um required will^be disposed of In Butte. The- warrants 1^are secured by state land* and are per- I^fectly safe,
MADE MANY FRIENDS.
TwoHutte Men Appear in the Hunting- !^ton 4 ompanjr.
TheHuntington company closed an^engagement of six weeks at the Ma-^guire opera house Sunday night with^the performan. e of ^The District Attor^^ney.^ the play in which they opened in^this city. Probably nothing speaks^bet;*r for the excellence of the e-om-^pany than the fact that their last au^^dience was larger than their first.
Th're was considerable interest rem-^tered in last night's performance by I^the fact that two young men of Butte^took parts in It. Fred M. Field played^the part of General Ruggler and did^excellently well, making a better ap- ^^pearanre than the man who formerly j^took the part, considering the fact '^that Mr. Field made no pretensions^to being an actor, his performance of j^the part was very creditable. The I^other tiutte man in the cast was R. |^Dennie a newspaper man. He ap- i^peered in two character*. First aa a^ward politician and next as a i ojrt of^^ficer. It I* perhaps not too much to^say that Mr Demise proved himself^aa good aa actor aa he is a newspa^^per man. The part of Grace Brainerd,^which was taken at the previous per^^formance of the play by Rosea Lowell,^was last evening played by Mis* Tm-^ax, which means that yart could not
havebeen Improved upon. A. C Hen^^derson appeared as Wellington, but^otherwise the caat Ml the same as^at the first performance of the
Thelluntingtons made hoata of^friends during their stay In Butic and^it Is doubtful if any otaher organiza^^tion of players that ever visited Hum^could draw the houses they have for^six wee ks and for eight performance*^each wick, they are a company of^ladles and gentlemen and they made^as nian^ friends of^ the stage as they^did on.
ROWOVER A TRUNK.
ThreeI Mooed Men Kepi Their ^luthrs^In II.
Threecloud men had a great deal^of trouble over a trunk yesterday. The^trunk was shipped fi on Anaconda by^the Ureat Northern Egpress company.^Two ^ ^l ^red men, Henry Mattlaml and^William Pope, presented the bill of lad^^ing to the company and obtained the^trunk. Then H. C. McElroy. another^coloreel man, telephoned from Anacon^^da that the trunk was his and that the^men who had obtained it should lu ai-^rested at once. Detective Murphy^iound the men after they had opened^the trunk and arrested them to await^developments McElroy telephoned^that he would be up on the tVOsUaoT^train.
Maltlandsays the trunk Is his and^that the three men j ^intiy kipi IBssT^clothing In it. He says Mi Kir ijr has^no claim except to about six bits' worth^of dirty linen In the trunk
IN POLICE COURT.
several Druiiks ^ uiitrtbiitr l^^ the t ity^risrhequri.
Inpolice i-ourt yesterday Mildred^Lewis was lined $10 for running a^house of prostitution at No. J4 East^Galena street. George Bowden was^fined $^^ for being drunk Robert Jones^fined $5 for being drunk. H. D. Johnson^1 k BO^ il D d guilty to lighting and will^be tried at 3 o'clock this afternoon Paul^Ralnvllle was fined $5 for being drunk.^James Brown was lined $.', for disturb^^ance. Annie Jonts was fined $5 for dis^^turbing the peace. Callahan, the bum.^was fined $5 for ixcessive hlllllaallMof
DanWilirin was lined $111 for BOB*^illlng Jewelry without a license. Jim^Lee. a Chinaman who takes care of^apartments next east ^if the city hall,^was fined $15 for thiowing swill in the^alley. IL Turnville was fined $5 for be^^ing drunk. Joe Cunningham was fined^$5 for disturbance Of the peace.
BOYS PLEAD GUILTY.
AllHut One of I In in Sentenced tu Im^^prisonment.
Thelads who ttiok the valves and^other furnishings from the pump house^a week or two ago were discharged^by Justice Laurandeau yesterday on^the charge of grand larceny and three^of them were at once rearrested on a^new complaint, charging them with^petit larceny. They all pleaded guilty^to this charge. Dan Cronin was jen-^tenced to 15 days' imprisonment . nd^Ben Uuyotte and Lav.ntice Stumer*^L'O days each. Ji seph Diden was nol^arrested on (he petit larceny charge^and was allowed to go.
DEATH OF PRICE CALDWELL.
Accidentallyshot Himself similar at^Camp (reek.
Atelegram was received here yester^^day announcing the death at Melrose.^In this county, of Price Caldwell, aged^ill yeah*, son of David Caldwell of^Walkervllle. Young Caldwell had been^visiting relatives at Camp t'n ek for^several days and accidentally shot^himself at 10 o'clock Sunday evening.^The wound proved fatal. Corner
TxeoaMayleft for Merroao rootorday
afternoonto hold an inquest. The body^will be brought to Butte to-day.
,The Butte^W. D. Dodge. Winston^L. H. Hartman. Washington: Charles^Frankhold. New York: George Kin*.^Omaha: George o. Brown, Jullu* Sul^^tan. San Francisco: Charles B. Allen,^Pernor. James Glynn. Cincinnati:^James Class. Basin: W. E. Calley.^James Gee, Ed L. Parker. Provlden-e:^J. M. Hannafjrd. James 11. Adair. A.^C. Dubrow. Chicago: C. J. Lander. Hil^^ton. Iowa; L. M. l-annls. Gold Coin.^Mont.; E. J. Carter. St. Louis: W. J^Galvln. city: J. R. McDonald. Milwau^^kee*: G. T. Ilartt, G. K. Hartt. K. L^Pease, Montreal; H. MeKordle, Ana^^conda; P. J. Schwab. St. Paul; VI K.
TheMcDermott- C. F. Woodman and^wife, Miss Bede Davis, G. E. Greene.^James C. Supple. Helena: F. M Ma-^line. Mile* City. J. B. Waling. Phila^^delphia H. Law. H. H. Bradley. S. ii.^Goldsmith. New York; R. W. [In oks.^Denver; W. M. Rlekford. T G. Hatha^^way. J. M. Keith. Carl Grccnhootl, Mis^^soula; S. Densniore. Florence; W. C.^McBrlde. Rio Grande Western railway;^J. F. I^ansinn. city: J. A. Johns m, I).^F. Johnson, Charles F. Fransham.^Bozcmah: C. R. Perry. B. * Adklns.^Ponv; i!. V Olsen. Minneai^oll*: H. B.^Ki lly. Ben C. Walker. Great Falls: I).^E. Ccoheimer, St. Paul; 0. W. MrCas-^kev. Northern Pacific railway: W. W.^Waters. Ogdeti; C. II. Eggleston. I!^llMOhshld. Anaconda; S. P. Johnston.^Le-xlngton.
(heap Kate* lo fr.aslsre Points.
TheNorthern Pacific on July Uth lo^17th, inclusive, also on July 19th, Ttnl^Htis, 2^th. August Und. 5th and 0!h.^will sell one way ticket* to Kansas^City, St. Louis and all Missouri i Iver^point*, also St. Paul. Chicago and all^intermediate point* at rate nf $.11.00.
Onall direct lines Fast of Chicago^or St. Louis, rate will be one-half^lowest first class limifd rate to points^as far east, but not Including Toronto^Suspension Bridge. Niagara Falls.^Buffalo. Salamanca. Erie. Pittsburg.^Wheeling. Parkeraburg Charleston or^Ashland, to those points and Bait^thereof regular rate from Chicago or^St. Louis will be charged. Tlck^t of^^fice Mo, Ti Bast Broadway. Butte.
W.M. TUOHY, U A.
IJ. Ryan, the man who had the nerve^to pick Alderman Paige's BOOkai of a^mutual ticket for which Mr Palire raid^$5. but which had become Worth $21.50,^was arraigned before Justice lauran^^deau yesterday. He was bound over^to the district court In the sum of^$200.
Imil further notice, the Montana^I'nlon will sell excursion tickets to^Gregson Springs and return, good go^^ing on trains leaving Butte between^5 p. m. Saturday and 5 p. m. Ru.-iday.^and returning en last train leaving^Gregson Sunday night, at tl 00.
Shafr Bros.^ stage for Silver Star.^Iron Rod. Twin Bridges and Sheridan,^leaves Southern hotel, Butte, at 7:1*^Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday^mornings, arriving at Sheridan at (^p. m.
Thestewards of the Methodist chswefc^at Albertsvllle. Ala., rinding their ihurch^revenues Insufficient, have levied an an^^nual tax of $10 on each tobacco-chewing^member ej the congregation. The plan la^.i.-i to work admirably.
HALFA MILL HIGHER TAX
TheIncrease Made Necessary by^Outstanding Warrants.
AnEffort Made to Make Receipts^Eq .10,1 Expenditures It Will Require^$370,000 to Run the City for^This Year.
Avery Important meeting of the^^^SI and means ceoaoeittee was held^yesterday afternoein. the object of the^meeting being to ascertain what the^city tax levy should be for thl* year^and to prepare a revolution tee be .^passed at the council mee ting on next^W-.dnesday evening. ,
Thehardest thing connected with^Bi 'te'e finances is the large number of^,u standing warrants unpaid and on^which interest Is accumulating When^the i'r.sent administration went into^power there were warrants outstanding^to the amount of $2.11.5Kx besides Inter-^tot. Warrants have been steadily Is^^sued since then, ami the above figure*^do not Include the warrants issued for^April
Yearafter year the amount of out^^standing warrant* has been Increasing^instead of diminishing, and the com-^| mlttee which met yesterday thought^I that the present administration should^I make Its receipts equal Its ex|^endltures^j so that the volume of outstanding war-^i rants will certainly not he- increased i^and arjll B0 decreased If possible^Th. city's reseipts for last year In j^; collections were a* follows;
IGinergl fund$161 :,^.'. '-^.
,Spe, lal alley 10,2s5.4
1Pub!!, improvement1.800 00 i
Streetand alley 10.482.22
Fireand water 150.00
Publiclibrary, book 530.65
.John'* ( Derek Packed Is Ike Deors to^Hear i he Orniorle Ckeral Mervlee.
MJ^hn s church waa packed to the^doors Sunday evening on the occaetim^of the oratorio choral service by the
hur. h choir. The music waa grand^ami probably nothing to approach it^had e\er been heard In Butte. A large^number of the heat voices in the city^took part. 1n it. including Mrs. George^Cook. Mrs. E. P. Hallbrook, Miss^Ru-i Ii Me - I' nc Miss li..s! ^^ ii k. M ^^^^WOW!, Mrs. George V. Day. Miss^Hine*. Mis* Show. Mi** Hall. Mrs^G. H. Well*. George Stevens, Jack^Thomas. Richard Jamea. Alfred Payn-^t^i Richard Williams, John Japrlss.^Harry Coomb*. Herbert Sider Finn^Jiseph ChenneU and Mr. Gundry.^Mr*. E II Wit one of the- best or^^ganists in the West, presided at the^pipe organ. The choir was under t In^^direction of Mr*. W. F. Dirks.
TheCity of SeaUle. one of the finest^and swiftest steamers'on the Pacific^coast, has been chartered and will be^put Into the Alaska service, operating^between Tacoma. Juneau and Dyea.^This boat will carry 5(81 passengers,^and the Northern Pacific ha* secured^accommodations for 200. The steamer^will leave Tacoma August 15th and^2^th. The following fares w ill Include^berth and meals on the steamer:
Butteto Juneau, first class, $58.80.^second class. $50 SO.
Buna|a Dyea, first das*. $73.SO.^second class. $^8.*fl.
150lbs baggage will be carried free.^Excess at one cent. (ier pound. Freight^on miners' supplies Tacoma to Juneau^or Dyea. $10.00 per ton.
forfull particulars call upon Of^write W M Tuohy. General Age-nt^Northern Pacific lly.. Butte. Montana
Specialrace train on B.. A. ft P rail^^way will leave Anaconda for Butte^tines esses day. except Sunday, at 1 Oil^p. m.. making the run In 50 minutes.^Returning, have Butte at 9 30 p. m^Tickets good on above trains, $1 00 for^ih^ round trip.
, B*| Ba^ Uer. the grafter who tried to
leal a gold watch from ^ ladv on the^street car coming hack from the race*.
wasi \atnI B| Justhe l-auraiulcau
yesterday.He was bound over to the^district roorl in the sum of 1mb,
First-classoffices to rent in Owsley^Mock, inquire at office of building
0.K. Lewis ^ Co.
Isgiven over entirely to
At 50C Kach
pi.00,11.23, Si ^^^^^. $LH and^$2.00 ones.
$13.00,$1*,00 and $20.00 Dres^eg.
Theamount eoltei ted in BOtSSBJ last^year was as follows:
Ha k and express
|Light and water .^I Livery
Ijiiwns, Organdies, iiinghatns,^Black (loods, Colored Dress^Goods, Taffeta!*,
AtHalf Price^' ^^^
HereThey Are j $3-45
Thetmal r.ceipts In lax collection*^and licenses BfOfN therefore $294.139 27.^The licenses Ibis year should eiiual I BO^licenses of last year, except for the^gambling Houses and the fine* col^^lected from Immoral women. II I* esti^^mated lhat It will require S270.0OO this^year. The receipts from all sources^ought to exceed |MMM, leaving thu*^an opportunity to slightly lower the^total amount Of outstandlnK warrants^The committee was unable te^ see^where It would be po**lhlc to lower the^tax rate below that of last year, and it^was finally decided to raise it a half^mill, this half mill being for paving and^street grading purpose*. The tax levy^last year and the proposed tax levy^this year are shown as follows:
Geinral fund7 7
Finand water3 I
Publicimprovi inent Mi
Itwas evident at once that the tax^for general purposes and for the sink^^ing fund could not be reduced. The^three mill* for tire and water will give^the city $48,000 The expense for the*.-^purposes last year was 111.mm and this^year water alone will cost $20,000 and^more hydrant* ar likely to be put in^Alderman M'dcher from the library^comintttie, objected very strenuously^to the levy for library purisises being^lowered Aklerman Pa^coe *alil he un-^derstiMid the library has a surplus of^$5,eoii oi $^.IKHI left over from last year.^Mr, Melcher said lhat additional help^would Ik- needed and il was desired to^put some money In the book fund. He^thought the library should lie the last^department of the city to tie made in^suffer. The committee decided to levy-^one mill for the support Of the public^library.
Thehalf mill for public Improve-^mi lit comes on account of the large^amount of street grading which is be^^ing done and the paving which Is to Im^done. The city pays 25 per cent, of the^cost of all stre st grading, and it has to^pay the cost of paving street intersec^^tions.
Thefollowing Is the estimated^amount w hleh the city will have to pay-^on public Improvements:
GradingEast Broadway$ 649
GradingWest Broadway 32*
GradingCalifornia avenue 142
Nof them^all sizes^value $G.
0.K. Lewis ^ Co.
125EAST PARK STREET,
Wbolbiiliasd Bitail Dtit.sa ra
BodiesCarefully Embalmed and Ship^^ped to All Parts of the World.
Afew pairs each,
Toclose. 510.00 values,
DRUGAND ASSAY SUPPLY
Drugsand DruKKl^t^' Sundries,^Assayer*' ^ Chemist*' Supplies,^Acids, Chemicals. Ulassware,^Denver Crucibles,^Scoriflers, etc., etc.
Il 5 East Park Street. Bu'te
ClosingOut Sale Prices
10*1iniund* Rex Flour.1
5gallon keg Slyrup ^i
1gallon best Table Syrup- e#
Sgallon b**t Table 8yrup SI
Mbar* Floating Siap i good aa
P,5bars Laundry Soap1 W
Ipound tin Mince Meat 40
II)cans French Peas1 OS
Ikpounds Sago or Tapioca1 SS
10cans (3 pounds) Pumpkins.... 1 04^10 cans (I pounds) Baked Means.. 1 SS
10pounds Maple Sugar.'.1 SS
Lemon.Citron and Orange 'eels,
10pound box Evaporated Pearhea. 45
10pound* Cooking Figs1 44
14pounds dried Plum*1 SO
Itpounds dried Prunes. 40-50 , 1 44
10pounds More Park Apricots.... 1 SO
12pounds Nectarines1 00
4package* Corn or Gloaa Starch . 2S
4pounds bulk Gloss Starch 25
1quart Club House Catsup $t
EnglishBreakfast and Gunpowder
iTea. former price 75c SB
EnglishBreakfast and Gunpowder
Tea.former price 60c M
6-year-oldCel. Brandy, per gal.. 2 54^5-year-old Osi. Claret, per gal.... IS^4 pint bottles Catsup1 44
Cor.Park aid Wyomtag Sts.,^BUTTE.
psrtst,. mat* on pan Y
Paintersand Paper Hangers
Writefor Samples. at E. Quarts At root, Batte, Most.
YourLife in Your Hand' ^mmw^WffftlrWIilf.iri
DR.C. L. PER1N, I !
THKWORLD ^ HUKATIKT
iP. J. Brophy^CoJ
FniinKm^v Sciential- bee-lstls*. anil from oilier^Putsn tales.
OarerI'tah avenue 4.400
Hewerbox extension 350
Pavingstreet inters-ction* 8.500
Tupro* * ta tqua' Yiur Put. Pre^*at sad wt^I tun told e-orreetlf. R'sdiag* strictly i-unfldeti
Thehalf null will raise about $7,500^towards paying the above and the sum^of $10.009 has already been appropriated^for thl* piiijxwc from the general fund^The assessed valuation of city prop-^irty last ^ ar ^a* $11,552,040. It is es^^timated tha' it ^HI be between $15,000 -^000 and t16.e**i.000 thl* year. The city^taxes last .war at II', mills rea^ hed^$147.341.7.';. This year at 12 mills on^$15,400,000 they will reach $140,000.
Thefollowing officers were Installed^in Butt ^ city I .dge No. 14. I. O. O. T .^Saturday evening, by William Hanle.^D. D. G. c T assisted by K. S. Camp^^bell. G. II., ami Mrs. liuth Burton 0^I D. II.: E (i l'H'kard. C T : Mlsa Polly^i Callaway. V. T A. L. Bradahaw. sec^^retary: Miss I-aura Irvln. A 8 : J. A.^UrngstaT I' H . Mrs. W. Hanman.^tieaeurer Mr* E. Waaon. B. O. T Ed-^Marlon, marshal. Miaa Annie K.^Itortle. Ii M Mrs. H F lluilbut.^ihaplain; Mrs Alice J. Jnlltn. 0.1 Nile^Carlson. S H K. Whittles)-. P. C. T.
Don'tr.rget the bicycle sale, only^four more days^$^ to $40 high grade^. bicycles. Orwo Bros., 505 .V Main at
ButteHotel, Room aoi
Hour,daiiv, alio mi Siis4ays. frusi 10 a. m. to^^ a iu
ggOWYt: thy KME
Likea bright meteor flashing across^the dark sklea Jliss Mae Romalne^comes as a ministering angel to the^poor suffering minds of thoae who are^seeking truth. Miss Komatne may be^consult/d on e-eiurtship, love, marri ig*^^and dlvoree lawsuits, mines, loot or^stolen articles, locates buried treas^^ures, removes evil influence, reun'^s^the separated, settle* lovers' quarrel*^snd causes a speedy marriage with^the one you love letters v.iih sta no^ansnerid. Hours 10 to t dally and^Sunday.
Roomto, Baltimore Block,
71West Park St., Butte
WholesaleGrocers and Inporters I
Oneof the Oldest, Largest, Most Progressive and 5^Enterprising Grocery Houses in the State. =
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28Main StreetButte, Montana
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