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V. M.-Yva'ma nil 'p.1.. on Ntwthuva In.
laitrawl. 1ºr a I..rUr an Marta ] 61-:47
warts ttprtni/. 7 a i". 11.. Stuart 7::
" A. I. - r.r StuartI. Warns spring.. I%""I
41arrimm and arll Mewl lw. nlr wIrwee·e
i..nila and Hek-ova tnek*(LI· Ilulllpnh.1r11
Albnh r lreawwl. ilve·r R..w and l ut1.r -Train,
arrive at (:rriwla atto A. .. at Butte a;
" lt i V. . lror Stuart.4. erll an, Mint Pl
aa(1 atte Arrivem at Butte 4:16 P. U. l cast
pool"S ratn acid W 44 on Norhern 1'arir It. It
t n1$ r. cll. - Ir.1 Stuart. Grew wls' . Surer Morn.
Plait. and all loomi~r .em Utah mu t Swthew n
atd Unison 1 arifr system. Arrlres at Butte
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
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ama ........ 3.26 P. N.
SM.=A11 I lurLeF. 1M~ltrrn
amd Wemicrat mate. . ...... .I.II P. N.
ur( 4am P. N.
amble amd'I iFrei 1.6 A. N. Numdra. W.d.
NIlAS AKRMVS lDAILY FUOM
ý41 Haute. 11.3% A. M.
Mont. ... . I. a A. 16.
pmata .wl.h ame Paul. .i iiarvrnl ?.ru, I.
nda ? tb and WeM if d rrUnm ag1 tm 1.
l rwwxý.. i·i a.uP. M. Tucsday.. Thurn'
Al mails clnew 41 mimute. btfre dcpartur..
The tinily rord of te turwnaoinwter in
This city It rrpnitIb he A. T. Playter.
*'tlt M. First srtreet. The recor for yro
bedmy war: 7 a. it.. 19 c sia ege 12 in., 6
.grem.; 4 p. in.. 45 4kgrees S p. vi., 41
abwr.i ptiowu t. the SIuundanrd will be rp
eauad ot the vhaiwa.a ofilee. or at the storI of
dew.E Kiueg. Masse n tvw. Adratieing
saf ens de learneed at the business ofie.
Sedsard Husldinq. corn of Main and
ABOUT THE CITY.
Canple.iit 1 ,.iatk' heraun. 1110 tlaeih
is hipt Opln so king. It iianiiOt i- helpeod
asthe pip. lutm not yet horn reclived.
The menners of thl wheal mulitary con
puny known as tse Wulf Ton. gtuard will
be mustered io by S('ot. L E. Hot.,. ter
The nwnsnrr. of the L. L L club wm
wtan .njoymhle r.ec~ptkue ýve
=X. niuslE at tlw residence of Mrs. F. K.
TbIe gatkmnan trua Butte who wwas ar
snsed for sleepincg off his drunk in the
steet on Monday liglht, Ilfornlmd the
easet yesterLday that his 1nams was John
Doe and that he had nsever done so .efare.
and would never dno m again. (In this
pelmise, he was di.etarged.
W. W. Tlnupson, alias the Boulder
JMi, was arraigned in the police court
yasewday on the charge of larceny pee
urred by Mrs. Stagg. His story that she
had givena the 6 with whk*h to play tuar
had no foundationr. Mrs. Stagg neYver
havillg soleh a thoullht. It uiappenled that
he was owing hclr $I foer romn. reost. The
prisoner erfert"l a mettkMenent, )kpad t.e
oeast aald was diwuharged.
The Lastaes (last..t (ires..
Virs the 1.1iv0lk (mnwtLterJournal.
Join, H. Itebban. gnat of the well-known
stork dkaler at Hoemaboas stock yards, nnandI
MKm Mary Utitater. almn of this city,
eloped ta Jefferuoanvile leat night mind
were married by Justice Kel iu. Tha-y
elaimeel thmit tIter ea.'n over for thne tak.s
of obt.lanmnt'r a peasamt,. col rride lt tine
Owen Hadgeut sid cl) Mae rrie ('Ve ker
eN of Re tlhleherm. Hart county. anook. a
hasty deslntcrnrce tranc tht.ir Inagae.t yt~ne -
slray ftr:aoau.cr nnul wnrwe nuarrihed In Jot~er
noenville lay ruetlee Ke*Itwina. Mimss (Cuker
oil wan m) titlmid ti-at sIn.. rertmetul to reanain
ntJssmlge Kelagwlanms hotuse untail her lam
11enNl nualamstland ould pare metar. cte l.enee,
for fear tOnat sensate Onan. woukl kadamap her,
before his. reuna.
Nothig s so pleasant to the eye as a
well drebmrd lady. It will Ihe of Inter.mt
to our lady readers to look over U. J. Hlat
-ems Meemantilk Co.'s ad. of to.day. rate
rlag tilwua to that class of gkolo aind trim
amilg stuck. Th.ir line of three ,mm g Is Ia
besa carefully belectld, andI it will pay
every lady it Anaeconda to inspect tlwcna.
('mitrary $. Y4a*ur..
,roM Itic tDomtu Traumrrli4.
KHtl,. Au kkea Isaa jmut cunwu intu nmy
Nobles. --0b., cownis now! That.r contrary
'1Wluat uIy saaw Iaua Y'
"Nlatur. you know. abhor. a vaa'uuant.
punsl irtlwrlr..wltu furr light hIu nc~ka* ·(, I g,
thman amd wife.. No ealildrena. Auklna.ss
Map.. this ofie...·
Burumemka 4acr1.4.1 !UM at ll t4..ie & /('oiimIhlms.
Driniiik liiu'iiii&&i ic HItofbii"ai IN. rat
Jack t)amarlwitu'm. OLwi ounly play. In the
.tti to art It.
The Manhasttan dre-m·e rlrt war ,uievd
erlhdavy at Eaes & ( oacl'r.
Im ae imwolee of thw fntgnt funaI.4aiaasin
ft nt. just nrceived at !rte. & ('uo
One ean 3-year-oWd 1uu r, gxxl to driva.
U-3.or doublk, md good uaddle Ijore.
AU-wool ladles' cloth Mi. at Krta., &
Pm drugs a A. T. Playrta'r'a drug strc..
The eaeeian in ower. (Call at Jeblmn liar
khovich's. bP has the c~hiv.e.t Iiilute Anal
-a.· _Pol. Crcr I·~t rll'dr
Lomok aab *.. Ar~A.CAuc At.wwweo at
tlmms & mautwell's.ý
STOLE HIS OWN CHILD
Iwr setm rbne sm a Ui. I o fa
ass.. Uawas Mae@* na setedt .****. but ('amm
at Usemad-A WamrS "S am O.. t
Ar Uetawm Areast I'a Mrage
ar.rial to twr Miared.
BrvrT, 4 ct. 1P.-Tlsere was manltst r
rs ssannial etew elopmenlt tonight iln the
unhappy conjugal relatiosuo of Mr. anld
Mra. Peter Martin. It will be rennaeniu leel
that .ihe.at aix w.ekl s ago Marti1. wuho is
a night watcenemans. passed his housae it
Dubhlin gulch. glaced through tie wis,
dow, aend thel. going inskk., luail a rsagh
asuedunbahi fight with a oesstag amoasl
mlsaled Mclaltyre. who was witll MrII. Mar
tils at tUee tIaWe. (1re 4.e tW.
shots were' thlud. MclIttyry was
braly imedn. and for a few
wee.ks tlmbcatfer wasim cur"felly mmar.-el by
Mir.. Mart.ne.M . Marti, was armted
or assault and battery ahbunt te.,, hyn
ago. Martin r.e.Iliated by tweimlnisg sUit
agaislt ais wife* for divore'. I" a'll um-rs
lYve . nt yet Ie1a .servee, as 1Mrs. Mllartli
Ils livedl quietly alnd it was tielughat by
tel flkeers tmha srhe ad left towel. TIe
I*pvssemkln of the the thlree y'ear okl child
of Mr. land Mr.. MaIrtin hasI es-n arl oh
jeat of dhw lsull land ever silaer(q their
troubless beg.n. Ins the assit Martin
asked for .iastudly of tlhe child. Martles
tined of waitilm. for the law amldl .,cde rsev
eral attesuipts to gais posse asieeol of 11w
At 7 o'cknek this evesainlg Ml. Martin
left the Mltron.,litans rsaLtaurismt in1 West
Park street, wlrre mh. b Is i. timN" habit of
takisla Iwmr ameeli. to g.o to her Ilxigisng
nauls ill Wes-t lirLndway. whither sret
snwIvl after thweir laneui sea tlhlina gIlakll
uhal lues Itlrkakel usp. She wemat liip Acad4
ensy astree toward lirneluway. ldlial lwr
little child by the, left hluand. She laad
taketll but as few asels upl Aealenay satneet
ald was In t it shorwt tllatancet frown tie"
p)lee.e olfle witlwe PIeter Marltimn apiea.r.al
usid withoult slayilg a word grabbed
tie little. b.y freti Itn s motlaemr'se grasp
lifted binl in his ars sad started on a
full rusn lown Acak.emy street.
Mrs. Martin gave. a yell oif fright. aind
tlhen startedl ils hot pursuit. Martin
turnatd into am alley keadillg t~rem Park to
Gaieali. witlh Mrs. Martln hluse Iewliltiel.
ut in s pite of the fact that ther mass Iad
tie helsby in, Isil amnse he Islade his tecapei
Isl the arkl quarters of Galesa stereet.
Mlr. Martlsa dempal.red of the chase and
wesalt to tlhe )w.lk c oflkc, alel sonhlsitawly
told her utorv. A warrant warn iwe ral
out for Marti 's arlrest rHs a '1rea.a* 5.f
kikhlappimg. beat it is dolsbhtful itf 1s in
caught. A few weeks ago Martin steoe
thle cliklt. heat thei woellal r
oeveresl it on a writ of tualaset
core)U Martia ils still in town., but is
itIelglat to he inl bklinlq.
K. S. Ikesth. Martisa ' attorney, refuses
to way an.ytLiig about the nautter, exert
that Martimi i tiet legI Ius esndiaes of tlae
chikl aml lute the riht to it charge. It is
statedl that while rs. Martins has a deegtk
alfee-tices for the little iay, awhe drove ewr
7-year"adt dauglhte.r away fr'ms hoeIseae r.
ceeitly telling her to go to hler fthler. Tlhe
father snow las. lntlo, .lhikldrea.
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT.
iThe 3.wlae ('ltub Allt Meady toe StagS
Its NsrIes. o MeseptrO.s.
A date has finally been Aed for the
opening of the Lowland eluh semano. It
l annoanceml that the first of the serie of
reep+tione for the year will be given nest
Friday night at thbe.Mentan. and It is
proposed to nmake the opening reception
on.e of the muant brilliant of the seamon.
The managers of the club wish to Impress
on all nwubers the faet tthat dancing he
gins pmwoeptly at nnes o'clock, and all
who atten are ear ewrty relqested to bhe
ready fur the evenlang's esnjoyrent at that
lamur. This will allow ample tinme for th
supewr and for sthe empel of the. pro.
raMllmlW aif d at a sa eomaabl linhar.
Trim rcm aet Ion be givern In the dining
onw at ae obst .,ea'iUper being sn~erved
hin thea breakfast romne. Excellent smaus
has hbeen seured and arrangesaenta madeH
foer the most brilliant reception ever givesl
by the Lowland club.
GAMBLING AND LAW.
Qu.nr . reuptk.etse.s Arelama Arr..
Pa.y.o at a Ea. Bank.
Swan Ant.on, knownn in gaenbling
clri.tr. as I)3.tchy." was amrr etl yestc-"
tlray on a rcharge of lan*lt,,y in pikking up
mamoy ad be eta from a farin table Ian His
G"orge's plae.w that did not helong to hitn.
Thle ca.t. was tried last Itighat in thlae ILk*
eoalrt Iwfogt t Inrgro a.ntl ilterattul auldli
:lnce(. Th"e tefenst, was t ht the primnt:wr
gave awnotlhr gaaumbler nluancy with whichI
to Luck t1w tiger, iand it wars at Iprtiisll of
of lhi* nuoney that he ricked up. It was
asgped tlat while farnt baks are Ike~nsues
by the territory, ,seertheiewue Earmnlismg
trannctions are not emtitled to the nntee
tlon whalkh tihe law Ularow. aroun1l ou1
mencial Iu.go.tiatkioo, aend that a *er1.Un
who giVesU another prawolI mloney with
whikh to ganile snay remall much neomwy,
and many ltUlmately appt.riate it if he.
cat. et hi hand upon it. Til clourt dli
charged the pri.onm.r
v etsdewlma t aeraa tmheelSa.
Frim the LansMsm staidard.
Durilge one of the last days of President
Canust's stay at Fontainableau tlhe pr.-'
:kent suet erveral permsota at the pealacte
gate and stopped to speak with then..
There had lten a s hower of rsin. , s M..
Carnot placed hl umnlbrella alssiast tlhe
wall. ('hase by was an Englishlmanln who
-wI'dl to have a souvenir of the pnreul
de.st. Tbhe ulnretlla caught his eye; he
as.lied an opportunity whies he lnagineal
Ire was io.t ots)erved. aid ran away withll
It. Sotnne. watchful plIeemnesli hadl. thw-.
ever. witimen th.e JliesIlnt. aslid au Ni.
clnlw runnlling br phwrd their hallnlds 4
tlh dlisonertCed nlas's shouhklr. At lth
*l-di"s' tatiani it was dtlimveer.l that th.
erianl wa.r was a nIelluher of a distilsanuishl
Entlisch fasnily. He lhal takes.l tiwh inu
twa.Ila to aukl to his en lctlk sof t curima-.
tkis. Mt. ('ar.nes, helsg Inforiunntd of ti
circrulstance(s, not ,elyn ordernl l thel r
leas. of the prisonser. but fav-e hts tiwe
coveted umnheall a.
A Vonvlaelwe gya U pu.
Vrnmn Jeowrlce Weekly.
Mileen t-Jamie, pupa ha Riven nme a
new watbh, and 1$ Ia' the mnost buhful It.
tie creature In the world.
Janmie- Bashful ?
Mill~cent-Yeu. Jamk'. it bold. its hands
before its faco all the while.
Pram Yblataddphm Am41ty.
Idaho milliomalre: What, the price
of ttuu there book*? Dookiel lee : The
novel lip Hemr James is $I1.O and that
cltlh cugal kunpf e.'. 's .Hnal't .
1W£w cenl. Iidabo aloaiuos: Gimmae
the m1.U bunk. dnn't want no cheap
OCAPUD OW A '~IOHWIOALrVy.
Tbe Pre. y rpuwte w w i. Qis SWIoimifl
A s Uab.se.
rom thbe tH. Inais rPlt-IWimpelt.
With a hunch of red roms at her hlwea.
La Towa slipper on her dainty f. e se a?
while strow hat p hrelild jauatily am. ar
bead, Ameolia Harris appeared Ina b
court of crliinal corrwtiom e hls mornai
aiMl listene€l to n .mlesiaon rendered by
Judge Camsphell In the coame agauas bher
for attemllotl d fraud. Thle e-a was * pe
culiar own. ( hi th aftmerno of the day
-prew.lleal tlI wo~muln ippaured at the
mtonr' of F. H. I|sgall., on Cave street, andu
h.ad lruMrrelha l a pair of diasnoad ear
ringls, valarsl at $72. Ten dollar was paid
dlown aluil tIHe hulaniir* wua to li coltte.u
inl tilin playinallits. Mr. Itaalli
hlinull f nuitle the sale. at l one
ucacocul of tie nanln ners and appoer
a.lic of him riactolelir.ctwr viatedl moinewlat
frortam I-. IlicIsielw l raelh of thie IKaMise aml
in-*.pt4ld tiw- wlumeoni'I welrd withluett rt
jpairtiag i.e*-irity or ihledtitll*aiutio. Ik isi
1-wIr 1to s(l.Ietmemm ll aU hdll s*tata tlhat hler
IulImei was MrI. AnIwXlia lhirrie. wife of a
re.stelliirtit kee<l-r at 110 I .ouith Sixthl
strt.nt. nr-ieiil l .&I 7'tM Evauis avelM*e. N~iK
tailta-l thlllat ils. waillttei to usle ithI. llia
Ili.lgili thatil e*veliin. hlavillal 1 li ce.nluagl
sIiI.st to aitteliel a nrecptieii, iand *le* askedl
to liuav tie'IIui lelive-rIl lat Iher hlIeu a
mons i i s Ishmil|lhe. Mr. luallll coniseiinttdl.
IHlt aifter Hm-. lu l dI oIs lteImnlle * uspi· ous
of (IH tralllamU tiLeI& umill mint his bhroU.U r,
\\". E. Illgall, t, Ilt Souithli Sith sMtret..
t . *ee Mm. Harris' hul|misaud. The brotll.r
-m*mal rottelrlred with tLw inlforniitint tlial
a Mr. iilrris kest it retIkatIruat at
(lIut isllelllT.r. l[it added thatl- t proprietor
wall a esol-lhlailek Inero. A ntNIlimu.lger was
|e it to tl1l . I m neaM. t ll lrvalis avesvue auil
folseai Mr". Harris in tlh hilallway. He re
fii.cd to haIirl e)over IHer pierllham* aid lettt
to Ilill ail Itollierr. (bl hlis rturlin tihe wo
!111111 was ~ole. It the'lnl flevelo(ilel that
hlil liull rullin l at tise litolins that ufternmesI
nillel statedl to tNlH"e llstrt-M tiat she hall
onlrih-tl nsAll gismllsi ek.livered to tliat
Immniile.r hly sliitakev. auil politely asiked
Iwrlmlioiillnmf to sit ill tlh. luill uitUl tlH.. Il.w
oeniir-er slsolil arrive. Her sliwrwd attemllpt
at friesl was thelu amppmarei-it. Later its ttm
clay rlwh remtlrneel to Mr. Inalalls' sitrte
elil idlciatiilehl Ihr $10. uitld wras arre"ite.
liy ()Oilter Paill, who leb-kel . her up at
tire cei.triil dlitrict statiotls. There. l.
thold a tale of -iliag atIuaiidlohiie by her Ihvie
I laelt ll UBrooklyn, i.still gave d etaileld 1ne
eslanmt of lIr ptarsnit of tlhe ftiltive unmei
lis pIaralnUior. Judgilel ('aimillll Ilis
ciliaireil tIl. prioiser lon t.e-'hnileflity.
He. hiel tlut tll eionmtrawt e.itc.rP l into IN
twiNii ti-. meirtie's wla n1ot ilsad* In <gesel
faith. Mr. linrallm Nlimiwilia a l"ak itof .I
c.-rity hy iloudilntii tIhe w alllrm's stiory aieil
iliveetiltillg her sutatenlemt Im-form he dI.
livered thle aIMMl|. (4wilwili to tIhe youtlh
alied Ianilmty of tlme defeimatint the eamce at
tratitl *I-ouliil eraulie aiItltellen at tIe Four
('Corts. Attioriley R. \'. G(imni il. ekfeliddtl
tile aetiiol,. wlh lo Attorney S. S. 1Ba. re,
pi.reti.te.l iMr. liarital.
A timeuarl J.ob Tretter.
(tin. Joth, H. ('lark. ehlrk of. the .ma
tiontal ho, ameofrseperoseltativeu. whloslaa.res
with other se ,sn usnew, or lems gieat the di
tinetios of hasllegl froeLn an entire eabt-
as. for instance, "fronl Miiourli" wather
than fro a mnme particular city, town or
cotelSty itn it. was (ot *change' yelterday
wit (Gov. Prancis, s*ays the St. Louis
(hlU rouºI ssoert. The guiwnral' fathtr was
as famtesss character ili Misaouri poll es In
his. day. State Treaaur pr tie T. Nolste of
Jegferson City tells an aunin s~tgr ll.
luestrating i striking f.tture of t1 d
elitlenaln' diversitdld sablits., ar jury
" cmoadlh bring tears to his own eyes
or to any ne.e ele's, for that nmatter, at
will," akid Noland, "'liand w s m y a
murder case by rcoming the rympalnsti
dodl in court oat mnepItthlle Jurors. I
mset -bim for t first t iele in J.lfemnao
City one day while he was these attending
the empremne court. Ges.wral,' said I. 'No
land I. any name. I've heard my &tiwer
speak of you often. He told nta tbat you
were the hignest old humbe\r on
and that anong ather things'.r M Wimis
fool any atan with your tears.'
"'It's not true, sir," said the general. "I
never lmpse'el on ary one ein nay lt.e
your father does sne sam iJUnsticce, slr.
ytears flow from naturl casee.l asir.
ald out of sympathy for a su.atering hu
manity. By the way. my clear Iay. the
last tinle I nlet old mInan NolandH was at
the hbedside* of a dyhllg fr:eld--aet old sal
deir who had servedl witth sa i the Mex
ikan war. Ah! I he was a noble masm. In
the prism.l of life. ton, usiul JUnt to think
that the. good Ldml shoukl take hi pre.
ikluos lifel while worthltims Ieings like No.
Inlad ald slnyref stood by to Ies. hls pre
clouas existtene slowly ebhilsg frous hilln.
Whel.s I think of that sweevl, my heart
Ihledls. Younlg manll n.ay youas ever- -
heb-hluth.hoowlhm-who!" aend the old gen
cral -ri.rd like a tbalt. What is mores I
was seo affected I cried too. Whets I dried
stay eyrie and lookeld ll thlere steiad the
genclratl with at hrtwil prin on Ilis fact.. He
linal h..n Ildayinle witl a Iltei."
THE NAPKIN AND THE CHIN.
Htme tseMoalbbi Defe.aer of a Prudeet hut
Theruku ('hild in Harper's tasaur-.
YuI nmay have heard travk.lern srcof at
the apractkal Frenchnan who stuff (one
corner of his napkisn inside this shirt
co:lar, anld spired it fully over the front
of his permon fro.t hils chalt down to his
knesa. Thins is the practice of the Prench
p gaole of the nikklle and lower claase,
who are thrifty and prudllent and who
winlh to eat at their e·s and lact spot
Th.lre I nothing rklk-ulouas Iti thimp- -eaC
tice. Tllere s a .asonr , and alt exeloes(t
remseno, for no spreadingl the naplkin, and
if I were dinintll at hone, or aloune at a
restaural t or club- andul had on my spotl ss
lhairt amtduopwa waiestcoat rll clawlanantaer
erut, all ready to g. to tsIe opera. I should
eertainlay sareadl any napLkin over ny
rlnallty and snowwy inson. , Just aLu the
Prew(-elmIaa el.ues. andl n, I sh.ulhl din.e at
-nty ase., se.reely aii withiout vaire, know
ing thllt I thad thsll ensulre.l mls anuna-u
lateI'ess of mily linen. How.ver. let It he
Intallantlsradl that cre.glwutay uallllellasr ii
all e.wtatrles res.auire yot iellply to spread
year nrapkin lues·ly over youer kne*., antd
to -eat elleanly alnd lka.untly.
Th. L..g&Buaat. Ie arrsi.
Frost, Ihe Ameria'n.
Yntamsg Mai~agear -Yo.. alt *makitg~ a
IM-at .kl a ot talk ulsaho th e ,. litiguate
tiruna:,. Now. I'l like Ito kniow what you
an.at. by the le itimawt. dragnarn. uni way?
obld ?lalanaagert- The l.*gitgnat.. iirmaa.
my uear tray. is tasal. mmmi of tihom plays
whoae amathomim a, deala anaul o which
manaagua need pasy no royalty.
VIbweld em a tSl. l wat Mt~adumlp t.
From WatmO'ns IlUlaAnator.
Young wife--Ye~w I am w irrild. You
ei. George has gotte, into wsueh a Itbhi
whenl we go to the theatsr. of golulg sout
between the acts.
Friend--4h. mny dear. you look at it the
weroa way; yrunl ought to I~ thankful that
he N.eus in hetweeu tbhe drtinks.
Pron the New York tuan.
FPist Raant--How did the day go '
Neeetsnt Rauor-All right, but I had a
coulde of clmse shlavm.
LATE GOSSIP IN BUTTE
a"ll h 3Lmm ad Es tsm
bIrg n Lft th CRyT a a tWlt
06o'een nave Uam. Koepmes tClme Wadet
me NMe., -a" lbe Will NMt be A -
Sewed t Leave- MNr ha.m
mUll am Pri4es.
t4|.i-uaI t'orrs1ifm dNIrUb e of the Mtantlard.
BrTTr., tct. SB.--Slnriff Lloyd feel
rarieved at Ithe statenwlnlt InIlae in tlk
Miner thin isniresing teo Iti eirect thiat Mrs.
StesllMrge wlon war rs elaJed on hail last
tnitiIt, IuaI left for th* east to visit ler
lbrotheir. 'The sheritf mays that lhe rport
that Mrs. Stemlaerg had left town is uintrie.
S-lm' in at hoel4)e i attesnlaiie ullpoiU Itwr
mick Ihely. He musy that if Mlr. .Stlenherl
hall left Utown. evia, while uilek*r Iollds to
a|-plear. ish wioutl have lb-.-n Iprntsptly
blrougalat Ilack lby the aulthorities who, in
face of the **evilk-ie Ili their pomueMioa,
lonhll sInt thiles uof iM-rlsitting lher to leave
lthese purts. .theritT Uoyd. also suty tile
stat.lnasnt . I.lali|lwul in tihe- Ainrr that the
Ihoy Asagust iStelMerag land Isen placed
ill a dIllge.fs 1to extoto froan
hilla (vitllttrm ofI thl. giilt of
eitlther lai nIaotlmlr or Snaltiger is tantrue.
lTime iloy laa heel coneunil ed aan onlinary
liristnler uamd truatedl asi sict. If lie lua
told aulytlhilig ill emolncn tiljin with the t»r
rlatsl uaetl wlisrli neiarly deprived hs
fatller of life, it was toldl voluanturily and
w.ithlHot COstIII|Ulson. Mrs. h~tllher, l;r
maOI Anagaiut, aindl S.llitager will he Igven a
prillliliiury Ilearili lefore Jalluge New
irk to-molrrow at 4 o'clock. TI'h prome
Lcoliuol luliiln tll-y hiave very weigllhy evi.
.*nc-, aigaillMt all Il Ie rironlrn.
Mr. Jarrett, advaunce airgeit of tle world
reI.owsulld miuaicianl Hermu.malm, i ill town
to-tldy mualkisag Urral.genwnts for the ai
siearalace of tlut great slaeronltime'r mi
til (pemat HoIsI. Ieren oin M.onday, Tuie
tLhy uald Wedsieiday. Miarcli 4s11, tl amid
The Butte Hardware Conpany to-day
entered suit to recover 1,.4A7 halance of
a.u.Ieut all'eg*l to he due that conepdny
by W. E. C(iwes. McBride & Holdorl al -
ipar as attorney for the plaintiff.
T. S. Mer*haut has entered suit against
Ja~ne W. Forbir, assignee of the
estate of Whartous & Nuoes. poers.,
to obtain possession of certa.r Il echan
dise valued at tbllBO which Mr. Me.
chanlat elailst as his property.
I'ham. Plol, aged Ma, now resding in
Butte. was to-day gerasted li.ese to mary
(:atiarine P. Derane. a lad' of :4 sunlsaers
and a resekkut of Butte.
Johni Blaragtust aged 2, leas obtained
Probate Jusire Irvil's periuission to
Imarry Sophie Anderkmou, aged 1L.
('has. A. Bol.er hais beei granted license
to marry Luisalm* L. Cole.
O()hcer Curran found Mike Hart drunk
and asleep upon Quarts strect,and gather
ed bills in.
t'kin was a hia dlay in thle polle court.
Sover a score of rullsks. vages anld others
of smiuiar ilk were h-efore the hIr.
('harle ( 'Briln and wife of iest ('en
terviik., rejoice in the hirth of a son.
Billy Williames found a fellow tramp
aseep ita a beer hall on East Park street
list slight and stole the shoem from the
slumbering gentleman's feet.
The Butte & Boston company have
leased the "'ight Bower" auine near
Meaderville aud will conesnseae to work
it at once. Machinery it now heing put
The cits i full of visitors just now
brought hither it most Lnstaneel through
a desLre to witness the election trial now
its pirgrem before Jude DeWolfe.
Mesers. MeNulty and Keppler, of An
oenda, pased thrhu the ei to-d as
their w to Great Palo to attend the
grand odge s oessin.
The crowd that attended the presents
tis of Milton Nobles great melodrama
..Prom Sire to Son" at McGulres opera
last snight was the largest that ever
attended any play which occupied the
hoards since the hourse was built. By
8 o'elork cards were being hung In the
lobby of the opera house, announe7ny
standing ronm only could be obtained.
Half as hour later fully five hundred peo
ple had been turned away heing unahle
to gain admittance. The lese was Jm
ed from stage to rout. The play itself and
the manner in which it was rendered by
Mr. Nobles and his excellent company
nmerited the magrlifeent audience.
noes today every oeat in the house had
been taken for tlhe perfornmance of "Love
and Law" whkih 'was . .ed to-night.
To-mnsorrow nliht Noble's greatest drama.
"The. Pho-enix ' will he presented.
J. B. Haggin. of San Prarseio. I e.i
I *Ntc4l to arr-iv in Butte thil n.rn.ting.
Auditor ('aldkerlead. of Butte, i. regis
ter4.l at the Montana.
Sidney J. Jemlsinalr left Atanevula you
t.r.Iaiy atlnd will usal for Liverlundl In a few
I'.C. ('arnhtru, aguet at tie Montana,
will pqietnl the day in Butte.
J. H. Weist. of mknaha. A. C. West, of
Heleua. ) tld J. A. Clark, rof 'aleago are
among yesterday's arrivals.
The celebrated Holruyd's u(tMrwear. at
ote.s & (onnell's.
as.. ene to IaIt Lake City.
UrIow PAIpIC RAILWAT.
BItrra, Mont., Octaber .1. 18.
Agents: Garrison, Deer Lodge, Warm
Springs, Stuart, Anaconda, Sller Bow,
Butte. Divide. Melrosme, IMlon. Red Rock
and Spring Hil. Montatna-YTou nsy sell
excurlson tickets to Salt Lake City on
I ktober 211th, Ibth and WtMb, at wates Riven
below. Tickets good gouni to and Includ
ing (ctoher 31st; gorxt returni to and
including Noenmbcr etb., 1 . Thl on
amolunt of the "Gilm.are Jubilee."
Tarrisa .l . ......... ... ................ .. ....$.
AI nr I odg~ ........ ........... . ........ .17 M
Warm t p ... ............. .................. 1145
Ailve r. l .. ....... ... ................... . 15 IM
I vite. - . ........... ....................... 1t a .1
M e.rm e ............. ........................ 1560
M iure .............................. ..... la sM
I3ll1 . ....................................... 115
,e.d , nrk ...... ..... ...................... to a
Spring Hill .... .............................. t r
I. S. 'AI.IIi.HEAII,
... T. A. A. s. i. 'J. A. I.EWIt,
(n' Ant . P. Iy.
The latest fail and wtntker shapes in the
celebrated Christy bats, at Estes & Con
A situation in groewry .r frult stoare, b
married man. Has five yearu" experien.
and can write and speak French and
Egflish languages. Address P. 0. box .R.
Money to loan on Inmproved tearm
city properly. Set adverti.emeut Northb
wem.i.t Guaranty Loan Co.
Ustos & (osodt's N.OI) ladles' clakh i.
Lse &i MazweU sa agents for th. eel
ebrasd Red Nebool Ronss soes.. Serr
Are Now Showing the Finest Line of
Silks, Plushes, Fancy
Ever yet brought to this city.
10 DRESS IS COPLTE UNIILESS IT IS WELBL TIllED.
We Have Just Received an Eastern Importation
in the Very
Latest Novelties in Trimmings.
HOLIDA Y GOODS!
It is a little early to think about these goods, but
call and look over our line. It is no trouble to show
them and it will be worth your while.
\Ve are making a special effort this fall to meet the
demands of our customers in the NOTION LIN E, and
with our COMPLETE STOCK feel confident of suc
WVe invite inspection.
D. -. HENNESSY MERCAN7/L.E CO
Corner Oak and First treets.
Sro T LEhM at hN
From this day and date henceforth
there will appeareach week in this
column something new and to
your intersts in the way of Cloth
ing, Boots and Shoes. Hats and
Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Al
ways look out for Special Sales,
as from time to time we are bound
to have them.
ESTES OP CONNELL
Guarantee to save you from to to
aS per cent. on their new line of
Clothing if you will buy from
them, as they have bought at
praces which cannot be reached
by competition, owing to the fact
that they buy in larger quantities
and carry a larger and better se
lected stock than any other store
in Anaconda. They have the new
est and latest styles and designs
of Cloths direct from New York
Consisting of Imported and Do
mestic Mlanufacture. A PER
FICT FIT IS GUARANTEED
or no sale. Now is the time to
buy your Clothing, as the stock is
new and not broken. Call this
week and examine our goods and
prices is all we ask.
We have recently secured the
sole agency for
Stacy & Adams' Fine Dress Shes
In men's wear, and as this shoe
has a world-wide reputation for
style, finish and durability, and
being the Best Shoe for the Least
Money it will pay you to look
over our shoe stoclk.
A splendid dress shoe can be
bought for $2.50. We are also
selling a shoe for $2.75 that we
guarantee you car not buy else
were for less than $3.50. Our
$3.50 shoe is a rattler, and we will
also save you Si.oo a pair on
them. Right & Richard's Shoes,
which. always sell for $5.oo every
where, and are hand-sewed, we
will do them up for $4.oo a pair.
We have a good line of nailed and
unnailed shoes for heavy work,
and the prices are right for you.
The boys are always pleased to
show goods and prices, and they
are certain at the prices you will
get that you are bound to buy.
Inspection of our stock is cordial
ESTES & CONNELL.
'* J. C. KEPPLER *
Yitchmaer and Jeweler,
Watohes, Clocks, Jewelry, Op
tical Ooods, 811verware. Etc.
BIELENBERG & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Beef, utton and Pork, I
A___eomd , ___ __- - 1 ~a..
FAIN DMALIII UAaOlpNAL IPaIm
J. P. DUNN.
Produce of all Kinds.
FIrrS ST. ANACONDA. MONr.
ann nan"i OOravaoVS 0rAaM3Au
THE ARCADE SALOON
Cormer Front and Malam treea.
The Finest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Cigars
To be uamn I Ibe dtis esea r aM L am.
An Elegant Free Lunch
sr'.e bl nr an wxag.