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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER SI, M91. THEBUTTE OFFICE Ofthe STANDARD is In the^New Windsor Hotel Annex. No.^21 East Broadway. The Tele^^phone number Is 25S. Ativrruaenieniswill \* reef red at Ih^ Hutu^iifllcc of the (stamiakii (til s oclock^I*. M. for insertion lu the folio*.^lur moraine's |*\i^er.^llirSTAWPARn ^^ .Icitereu la aim* lubscrll)^fit early r\*ry nioriiiui:. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. momana i'mux. VOMA.SA(kvtka1. BUTTtCUHHKNT NOTfcS. SheriffLloyd will tako Big Jim to^Warm Spring* to-duy. Worklis* hecn resumed on the Des^^patch, south of the Star of the Writ. AgentTuohy, of the Northern Pacific,^paid* flyine viait to Anaconda yesterday. Liv*llBrothers have beiruii tho erec*^tion of ^ brick budding iu Eiat Park^street m ar Wyoming. S.VI. I r^ shy of Boston, president of^the Montana Loan A Trust company,^will be in town on Friday. Mra.Marcus l^a!y ami family left at^I :30 o'clock yest. r.lay afternoon for New^York. Tbey will aail fur Paris Oct. 31. JohnKranunan has Ist'iiun tbo erection^of a two-story H ick liudilmii on East^Broadway, opposite the M. II mi ill ho^^wl. Thepolice are looking lor a gold cigar^^ette bolder und a black overcoat stolen^from the room of a guest at the McDcr-^moil Sunday night. Themonthly hiisiucsa meeting of the^W. C. T. 0. will bo held at 3 o'clock thia^afternoon in the assembly room of tliu^Temperance union. Mra.W. K. Kenyon, Misses Froderik ^^^nd Carrie and Master Will Kouyon left^yesterday morning lur l aliforuia, whurc^tn*y will pa^a thu winter. Affidavit*of annual lalior | orfome I^on tbe Sabhath School and Lam Wonder^lodra were tiled yeatorday by J. K. K umr,^Herman J. Kerr and S. C. Aycr*. Profeaaorand Mra. A. C New-ill, form^^erly of Butte, but now residing at Olden,^liotifleil their frienda yesterday of the^arrival of a daughter, last Wodneeday. 1.M. Moorr, cgent of the coal depart^^ment of tbe I^ii ioii I'ac.fle, dei arlol for^Denver yeaierday to tncci hia family ai.tl^escort tbrm to Ogdeii, where they will^reaide. Acomplimentary concert will lie given^to-morrow evening to Wr^. I rjiak K.^brush at the Mountain View M. ^^church. The programme bua been pre^^pared by Miaa (A nnan. alasHettgen, who until tbe consolida^tion of tbe two compauiea, waa sopi-riie^teudont of th^ Butte Klectrlc Light com^pany, left yt stcrtlay for Milwaukee, bia^former home. MarshalDauni gave orders yesterday^that ahulterashould be put on ih^ win^^dows of all houses of illsbape on tialeita^street. He says that tbe ahtittrrs will^have to bo kept closed a;ter they are on^or trouble will follow. AQLARINU KAILUKE. sellaFarlla Waats 1.. c 11 separation from^Hrr I afaltliful Husband.^Blttk, Oct.'JO.^bust* Farlln llnds that^marriage is a glaring failure aud to-day^filed ber petition in the district court^praying for a legal separation from her^husband, O. D. Farlin. She says that^they were married at Spring Mountain,^Idabo, on tbe lOih of July, I .^^J and since^which time tbe defendsnt ha^ been guilty^of extreme cruelly toward her and be^^sides baa faded to contribute tu her sup^^port since October, llVfl, but on tile coil-^trsry, sbe was coni|M^ilrU to Kiipport h^ r-^self wholly by uer esertiona. On March^31, lBi'l. while the plaintiff and ilefeiiilani^were living together at Udlon the defen^dant disregarded tho nolemity of bis mar^nage vow anil willfully and aithou*^cauae deserted the plaintiff and has re1^maiued away from her ever ainee, with'^out any reason whatever. For all of^which sbe prays the severance of tho^bonds which hind her to t inn Ii. AItunaway.^Bm r, Oct. 3D.^A horse lielonging to^W. D. Venner ran away this afternoon^and smashed the light buggy to which it^waa attached into pieces. The animal^was bitched to a pole in front of Mr,^Fanner's ^ fhVo on Broadway, aud in^some manner the wheels of this and at.^other vehicle near by, berume entangled.^Tbe busgy waa tipped over and the horse^becoming frightened, broke loose and^toro up Broadway lor several blocks^Pieces of the vehicle were deposited^aloug the path ol the runaway, and by^the lime the frightened animal was atop,^pod. he was unencumbered with even the^shafts of the di mulislii'd huggy. Mill^(^mm l^ Work.^BUTir., Oct. 30.-Phil Bickey left ye*^terday for Hoist- City, where he will con^linue running Mm J atst saloon and hotel^which he had enen arrested, charged^With the murder of Prnr ^se. Hs ha^gone witb the consent of Ins lioadsmi'ii^gild has ngrecd to be buck whenever^wanted. I)^^wiejr und K-hy are going to^work in a mine in a few iluys. NonefecrloMsly ll'Jurrd.^lit'TTK, ^)ct. 30 ^The victims of yes^terdsy'a runaway ar 1 M ported doing well^to-duy. Jol.n Mica feels well. His wife^is very sore and lame, but her complete^recovery is only a mntier of lime. Tin^liackiuaii. Lamlien. was reimried doing^hadly to-day, but it is not thought his In^Junes will prove of s serious cnan.ctrr. VanYulisuu's I . up ^. HiltIM 30 -Jacob L It, manager^of tlie ^Y'.-ti Yoiison'' show, with several^nirmbers of the company, were taken^this aftermioti lo list Parrot smelter anil^mine. They Si J yed the trip very much Mrs I I,.^.!'. tuuill'lon.^Butte, U^M. 3).^Mrs. John K. Lloyd^was reixirteil worse thia evening. She^has been d^ linou^ lor sevrrsl MM Bnu^has suffer i g ^ a'ly. Afirst-class dressuiak r from St. Paul^would lik^ work in a family, tall at Ko^V tioulh Idaho street. JUSTHOW THE ORE LIES TestimonyOffered Ytsterday in^Big lining fill tot WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY MoraAbout tho Rich Volns of the^Coll Mine and tho Shaft*^of tho Specu^^lator. Bt'TiB,Oct. 30 ^Tho great in ning suit^resumed operations this morning Willi^Mr. Baggelt at bis position before t he^maps. He first madu a corn clion in bis^evidence of yesterday and then proceeded^Willi the testimony at the point where h ^^was inlnrriiple.l by adjournment last^night. Willi's No. 1 und 3 were de^^scribed anil their eotnu clion with the^vein explained. The witness then esme^to thu east cud of the Hu m* and particu^^larly descrilH'd the d ll -n nt levels of tbo^Bell, which he said were all in the Bell^vciu. The Spcciilan r shaft and cuts^were shown and described as those ma le^by the defendants and into Ihu Mali Vein^below the .^.lo-foot level. Mr. V.iilc ol-^ji cted to Hie state mr nl as to who made^lhi^ cuts, say Hit l!i-ro is a serious q io ^^^Hon us to who matlo ll.ein. and^thu witness thereafter confined^himself to describing the S|hc-^tilntor irrsnass liy location.^The crois-aectiou map was produced and^thu wiliiers started to r. vo w thu worl -^ings as they appear thereon, but Mr.^Visile was upon his feet instantly and an^^other mild objection was recorded^on the ground that tho map was^not a surv.-y, but simp'y tho con^^clusions and opinion of Kngiiicer M.ic-^Farlatie iu regard lo granite mi l ladgr,^instead of being simply confined to the^workings. The defendants did not ob^^ject to Mr. Uaggeii's own opinion, but^lin y iii'1 not want the test nioiiy of a pre^^vious witness placed in bis hands and^then ask him to endorse them. The ob^^jection was sustained and then Judge^Kirkpatrick asked the witness whether^tho mip rcpreseuicd l,i^ knowledgo niul^opinion of the working', b:ii another ajb*^Jeclion precipitated a long argument on^noth sidt s I hu ^ bj ciiou was again su -^tained and rxci'ptin.i. noted by the plain^^tiffs. Mr. Ville then elaborated inn ii^Ills objection* ami made them more |S^^teuiied. and to settle mm contri-versy the^court a'iih'lrew h s decision and over^^ruled tlie defendants' ol j -clion and or^^dered tho Willi's* to proceed. The^defendant* took exception* lo tin*^ruling, and tin n Mr. Daggett^took up Hi^ thre.nl of hi* narrative^and called attention to tlie dif^^fer, in Kl.afls and their crosscuts, showing^^tit m to bt* all in the Hi 11 vein. The^widih of gruiiit'* and ledge to which oh-^J -clion* were m:v!o were not touched^U|kiii. Tho Speculator surface was then^r.iierred to, and the vein on th.it proper y^traced aero** the claim, fthowiug the ilit-^ferent widths of the vein nt various^op. n cuts. Near the west end^of tbe claim ia on apparent vein^i ros-inc, pai-sing through bm Sperulator^claim seitth, through the division line,^anil k tub ihrough the Bell sWsti The^outcropping- at the cxircme west end id^thu Speculator up x mid running south-^east through tho Bell line was referred io^as a spur from the main voui. und is^plainly a dtp to ibe north. The Specula'^tor east incline ulao plainly allow*^the dip of the vein. The croaicir.^of the west incline of the Speculator, cut*^the B II vein ih ^tit 40 feet above thu 4 ^J-^fool level and runs south. In the opinion^of thu wanes, the vein of ttie High Oral is^tbe same one which waa above d.-vci'ibe i^as a vein crossing of tna Mprculator vein^Tins conclusion was reached by the fact^that holb veins h.-.v. tho sums direction,^and the ore ia apparently of the same^grade and tpialiiy. Th^ witness then^made a draw.ng of bis own to illustrate^some of .the different levels In lis^ Bell^vein. Promyour ^ lamination of the surface^and underground workings of both th^Bell and Speculator claim', in what vein^are the Speculator 330, K.V and 435 foot^atopes, and which cotim ci liy cross-cuts^with the Speculator oast shall* 7 Thereis no question but that tkey are^all in the Bell vein. Whatare your reason* for this con^elusion ^ Thereis a strong apex an the Bell^surface, indicated by numerous op n^cilia, extending from west to east. , In^following the vein 1 find it crossing th^north side lino a short distance from the^east line aud dip into tho Specul ttor^claim. There is a strong oru b sly all tha^way, and there is no question as to lis^being one continuous vein. tincross-examination Mr. Daggett^stilted that he Ii id been sutveyor general^of ( tab for three years, and that his^present place of residence is Silt Like^City. Members of the Chambers syndi^^cate are interested in Utah muling pro^^perty, and tb^ wiinea* at different tunes^^lid some work for them. He came to^Bilile to testi'v ill this case upon r. quest^of tbe plaintiffs, and has been Ml almost^daily consultation with engineer* tu the^t ill ploy ol tbo plaintiffs in regard to the^minas under controversy. The geologi^^cal formation of veins was considered^ami authorities on the sul'Ject quoted.^What is regarded as a vein^by miners would not always^i ^ in., under thu geologist definition^of the term. Ill tits |p i_.lv.or.^hood of Butto the veins run in two differ^^ in directiona, tho general direction^being cast and west. In regard to lb.^general dip of veins the witness had no^particular knowledge or authority on tl e^subject. The veins are noticed to run^generally parallel, and in a c unlrv lik^this where th re is so much of mineral for^^mation, cross seams ar.' more likely than^otherwise. What may at Ural be taken^as a wall, on further investigation oil. n^proves lo bs only a face in the vein. Ti e^wall is necessarily th ^ marking point hf^tween country rock and vein matter.^There may be cases in which a mass^country rock is eticounter'd ly u; aguinst^the vein wall without vein matter be^iw. on tb^ two, in which case the eountiy^rock would lie considered a part of the^vein. Tlie particular pcculiarit.es of As^surra siitl ore dips in tb* Country about^Butle received some attention, and then^the witness was taken down into the Bell^mine and through the different levels^and crosscuts. '1 he ore was closely in^^spected, th* w idth of the vein ^^n top and^the lowest level waa carviuUy noted^the various slopes tsaiu.nv.l, and^the witness reached me conclusion^that the Bell levels are iu the same ve n.^an opiuion. hi' thought, should be arrived^at by any sensible, reasoning pt-rsoii. Tin^contents of the llaltermali upraise were^auali ^ d and the extent of the oru liody^staud. 1 he croas-cuta, too, were once^murv llior- ugh-y examined and explained^l i trgam to the m.ncral encountered and^ihesv oirectlon, ibis en'tre pari of till'^cross-examination being practically a^rctKMiiiou of what the two previous w it-^tti-Bses t. sulled to during that past few^days, and in it* conclusion the witness^was turned over to Judg. Kukjuitrick for^red-reel r i i ii niatioii. Ii answer to a^question, .Mr Daggett said lb* ore found^in 'h llailerman raise is also encountered^in the Bell cro.s-cul of ibe 3*1 f....t level^and hy 11 e 3.11 level of the Speculator.^1 he surface between the Bell and rqieru-^lator apt xc* shows a granite body. In.^nsr.ige width of the apace between MM twonp. xi^ isxbcui 2^ foot. Tbe vein*^are farther apart at tlie wed end and^seem to aparo.ich nearer at the east end. A.C. Koibitb was in it called to the^^tand. He is an engineer of 37 year* ex-,^iiorience in Canada, California, Nevada,^Oregon, Ualh and at present ha-super^^vision of a number of mines in Nevada^and Uiah. For tbe past 10 days he has^made an examination of the Bell and^Speculator claim*. An apes is clearly do-^lined on the Bell claim. Attins point Mr. Voile staled that the^di fondants i.id not depy the t xi*tcneo of^the Hell vein fr in th^ whim shift near^the west 1.1111 autl mm Kane upraise near^Iboeaat, and mat thu cantrovorsy resio l^o i tbe direction of tbe vein and its ex-^lent outsi.ie flie puint* dcscnlied. Thewitness, howerrr, proceeded to tle-^scr.de too vein as he found it through its^enure length acroaa the Bell claim. 1 ha^crossing oi the apex into the Speculator^ground was ugalll located, and the under^^ground workings of the Pell all shown to^Ik- hi the same vein. Tbo west Specula^^tor incline was examined down to the IW)^foot level, and fortius distance It go**^through hard cotiniry granite. The Sj^ecu-^lator vein was traced by it* apex from the^west end to the east abaft. K.om his ex^^amination ilw witness concluded that die^* hum's at this point under the Speculator^surlupo are in the Hell vein. Tins closed^tne lest .nion v of Mr. Kolbath, the defense^deeming lo cross - 'X inline. CharlesUsed of Silt Lake city wa^ the^next witness. Ho has been ongair-'d in^nulling for 18 years, principally in I^tali.^Hut now ii Mii^^ri!itondciii of tliu Dia^^mond mines of Nevada. The w tiie-s has^been examining the B. II and Speculator^mines since the 11th. The Hell apex was^ilescribe I i'l it* euurBo by the location of^open cuts and raiser, but b^for* ibe wit-^lies* could coiuplotu hi^ Ccscripliuu tho^court adjourned. IuDepartmeut I. Boforccommencing on tho Bell-Spocu-^lalor ca* '. Judge McHattou issued an or^^der setting Oct. 34 as tlie lime for hearing^the p^tiiioii ^ 1 \\ illiam John* for letters^of adminis tration in the matter of the es^^tate ^ f Louise J. Johns, deceased. Thesaag of Thoma* O'D.imicll vs. the^Heela M 1'iiifacltlrillg company was post-^ponod until Owt. 38. WilliamUonnau look the oath of cir'-^x 'iiship und was granted his final natur^^al s ition papers. J.riy llavni ^:i, known as ^Bi t Jim,^^was * sampled to-.lay by a Jury and found^to lie insane. During hi* ra ioiuil mc-^mcnts Dayman said be ought to be sent^to the nsyiuin, as he was aot responsible^for his Missal half the tune. His insamry^is the ir-uil of i pi.ep ic fits, ai d he ha*^been out o; the utylum only six weeks. SOMETHINGS OBSERVED Real EstateIn Say Realty Is Fast^Increasing in Talis. TALKABOUT HEAP BURNING Mr. Hutchinson of Chock Fama^Laaae* a Valuable Traot of^Land-How tho Boy*^Oat Nickel*. IsUipar.msnt II Thefollowing case* were di*poscd of^by Judgo I', inbcrloti to-duy: Cityvs. Sallie Lont'on; nppcal dis^^missed at the cost of appellant. Cityvs N-llie May ; appeal dismissed^at thu up; eila.il s Mat* Cityvs. ( harleu Ashley; bv consent of^the psriivs the order heretofore made,^dismissing the appeal, is set aside and^the case ri insiau-il for trial and contin^^ued with, tit day. r. T. M^dir.ue gave notice of with^^drawal in the case of Willnuu L .retix vs.^Halo Scfion el Bj, H ' a.io withdrew^Irom the eases of Hirry Blow v^. William^Lire! i, and Lorci t Dow vs. William Lo-^rem Thetrial jury wa * ^m'i!ol^l agai n by^the addition of J .hit L Ma-re.. Tho case^of th ^ C ty vs. May Howard w is trl-'d by^the jny. Tlie delendant wa* charge I^Willi nisauiting Mrs. Cunningham, and^the Jury found her gu.liy. Sentence anil^Jiidgsuciil will Iw given ti-morrow. Habeascorp.u^ preesi ding* wero com^^ment*, d iu Judge l'eiiiberton,s coiiri i.i-^day in the case of ihe Sum vs. John^Smith. In his i. til I a v 11 tue delendant^ail. g. s 'hat his iinpriioumeiil is illcgci^and williout due pr^ cess of aw ; thai Ins^conllii. nictit wa* brought about by virtue^of a pretended eonimitnicut lasued by a^court that bad no jurisdiction in the case.^The suit i* brougtit to test a much d *-^I li ed point that lias often been broi.rht^up iu regard to cast-* aent to tbe district^court by the police maRistrntn. Tbe writ^is returnable to-morr ^w. According lo^the mi in inotis Sheriff Lloyd Is riqilllvd to^produce the body of Smith and to stale^by w hat authority he holds Ii nil. Smith^is charged with burglary. He wa* com-^mitic.l by Judge McMtirphey on Jul. I'd^last,ami ha* been Just throe months iu J ill;^no information has yet l. eii filed again-1^him by the county attorney, nor has there^baa*) uiiy complaint er pup-r* fr. ni the^lower court. The rtqiiireim'iits are that^the bill of inf.ii m ui. n must be lilrd^within 30 days utter the pmiers nro lent^up from the lower court, and the papers^must bi sent up within five day* of the^committment. X n ly days have gone^by, und there bus been no papers s. lit^from ih^ lower court, or information^filed. When arraign, d. Smith waived^preliminary examination and IM**b^^milled to tho district court. Sheriff Lloyd^says he has received no papers except^the commit'i.lent. It is claimed by At^^torney CamplH'll, counsel for Smith, that^longer detention ia illegal, ll is said that^the prosecuting witness in the caae has^left the city aiucu Smith's arrest. liuiTE,Oct. 20.^Real estate tin n y os^that ^n spue of the closing of tho Ana^^conda company'* mines, property is held^at the same prices a* \'i month* ago, and^in several cases even higher price* than^were usk'd a year ago have been ol -^tained. Oitiaid* property ha* picked up^considcrarily the past fow week* and be -^ter prices are cb ained for it than ever be^^fore. When tlie ooening of the minea^take* place, tho event will bo accompa^^nied by tbe inauguration of tbe most^prosperous season Butto ha* kuown.^Already plans are being la d for big^blocks to be built next year. Business iu^all directions is r^ ported belter at prisrnt^than it ha* tu anytime since the shut^^down. Theescsp-ulc* of thu man Bu'chinion^wko signed checks with such readiness^have not yet all been told. It seems that^he obtained from Jerry Koach a 10 year,'^lease on tbo 4 i-fooi front vaeant lot iu^Kaat Broadway nearly oppr s.tu the Mc-^Dvrmoit hotel. The terms were that^Kon-ii shotilil receive rental for the^ground of $l.,o per month for 10 years, ad^taxes, etc., to bo paid I y tbe lessees. At^tbe ens) of 10 ycuis Koach would have re^^ceived -rl-.O'-o for the property in rental^and would attll have tho lot and the build^^ing on it. Hnicliiiisen's plan was to erect^a palatini livery stable modeled alter the^famous stablo at Salt Lake, where the^horses live on the ti-coad floor. Koach^considered Ihu bargain a very good oil^^and acc *pted it nt once. Ho is now wait^^ing for the first payment to be made aud^for the stabio le b ^ iuiilt. Thecity council will meet t^-morrow^night and tin rc is a general ex|^eclatiun^that something will be done on the smoke^proposition. Just what it wdll be no one^can say. Some of Ihe alsleriaeu are Hi^fav ^r of striiigunt lus.isurc* in the en^^forcement of the smoke ordinance, while^others in nk that so long as tbe Ann-^con'la mini's are closed nothing shoal 1^be d ine which might lead to the closing^down of oilier work* anil putt ug other^insu out of work. It is quite likely, how^^ever, that ihe ^ xpe'nineni will !^^ tried of^shutting iff a,I tin. heap roasting lur a^menth nt h ast and determine w h.it the^result * ill be. If the smok'i is reduced,^thai will be oho advamage, mid win^lessen Hir di-comforis during ibe winter.^A good many bciievo mat the abolition^of le ap rousting would greatly l.-ssuu tho^BUlaaiM*) in town. Theboys of llutte hava new she me^for raising a few nickels. They hang^ufi.u'1.1 the doom of the opera bouse ami^^ Tike each likely looking theater going^with the phra*e, ^Say, mister, 1 can get^in witti tour bit*, and 1 got 45 cents,^g.' ni.^ a nickel. Tueboys B'.ldom fail to get the nickel. Tin;nev. Ow,icy block is a credit to^tiutte and rank* itmong the finest edifices^hi tile state. A few more block* like that^and Butte will look truly rncir^poltt.n. Q IN PsJLIC - COURT. JudgeMut.I ..in Dsals Oat Juttlcs lo a^Number of Sinners. Hitit., O t. 30.^Judge Muldoon atood^his first watch as police magistrate to-day^and manifested a familiarity with tho^matter* connected with the court that^Was not . Xpert'^d. A.Caitrinu acknowledged that he had^greatly marred Jo* Brown's facial beamy^pv iiouiiding bun with In* list, and paid^over 110 and costs for tho fun it had given^htm. BillCall in a firm v lie* announced^^guilty yer honor'' when asked whether^he had created a disierliahce last night.^Mr. Cull's line was th and costs, au^amount be said lie di I net possrs* and^accordingly he waa sent below. Scotly' appeared lo bo tho only name^be bad. ll wa* a plain .hunk, and with^a sin ne be paid the f 1 and coats. Kayand Charley, two Ja|uincsc ^conks^^who fr. qucitl the GaIcus street Jap ipiar-^ti rs, were arraigned on the charge of^fighting. Both pleaded not gui.ty and^gave bonds for their npi esrancv to mor^^row. Nexton the list wero Tim Brick and^Charles Broka, wbe wen* a-rested y. ster-^day afternoon for lighting andq inirsl-^lug. Th' y pleaded not tu .ty to tne charge^of crratitig a distiirtiance uml pave se^^curity to appi ur to-in.lrrow alternoori. Thetrial of John Cork fur maintaining^a nuisance w as agaiu cotitiaued, this time^until IP xt Monday. HOKbb-b, MULl^. CAKTS, ETC..^Bur asl*. cheap. 1have fur sale a lot . f boras*, mules.^^ lump ^ art* and l.nrncss; also couipl. tr^iMiartl'iig Ii. u*e outfit, inc.u ling range,^klichen utensil*, etc., all of which will be^iliaposed of at a bargain. Applylo J. T. I arroll. Front a'roet,^Anaoiida, or 3^ Labi tirunite street,^Bulte. ^ j*J I... Hals ^ hs. p Onehundred empty shoe cssea, Lynn^Shoe Sale. UH \ Mint street, Buite. Lost,strnye I or stolen. A black horse^alsout la lisinl* high, branded X on left^shoulder, lo.,. rewind if returned to^Gould llro*., a^J -North Ma n street. K.'hiI.sin e Transfers. BfTTH,Oct. l^) ^Th^ following; change*^in real estate wetc corded in the clerk's Olo.'oto-rlay : f/'iomw ill B'n luiiihim et .il toll Z.^a. ams a iwu-tkuda in:, n si Iu lot it^ill Ksrnaid s uild.llou; prict nut^givi n. U. 8. Lewis ml wif- to W. II. .Bteaajott, I ^t No t m block No. I, in^Hlltte It) : prii^ |sl:.l B.M. l'ohli.ui t.i.l. Ii l i'..-suiAll, ^^lots iu die IkBxtff al'ltou: pile^1... ni A-1 . A ^e ;.|. ll Idt'lll.ll |le^tl0.dS, lotin l a*-, t sftswaai pt ' paid^(litiriif s lA'w iseiai t . .satliaa t'.li^^ter, lol ^. lib M s. Hi: lui e inlilitiull*^(esn.C -. 1.CW.Set 111. IO Nail'.'lll i . A- ter.lo' 11,1.1-. k 4. Bii; I.title addi^^tion Aligntn-T. Mer.nu to lie h uil It y^no Us, past ssjeHBsll af lui ti, n... at ^,^Kaire I s uiMit on Wii.iniiW. inialiaatat*l to (Jeorsa^7.. Ailains, a tw*tatra* laiersst in^1.111. bliit k .1. Davu .s Sm ii nil's ail-^illi.n.i Georgert Lewis et al. lo .Na.inul i os*^t r. io; .', id i, ii,g pule addi^^tion JennieAycr I ^ .loliu l.esi-olni. lot _n,^hiork a, i' lars's a.l .i i n W.t .Ui loutoK .1. Ilrelaei ion. i| it^ctu in In an uf 1.1 Pi. i.i. ek It, No .e*^a. Cptou's aU.llii. ii. si il pail of lo. .\^hl..c^ :i. v.etc BxeMfraJue a-fitm n. \\.H. li.1.in.1 uyjasssi Dassvf, I -t it,^hlo.'s ii, i.f liaildiu-r s.ics, Auule^l.ile. Iturhn'fiiin Km. t otfoaa in .i. p. 11.is in ui. mts 0llll I .:,!.'...I'k s. lot 1, lie e . II, Op- pera.ahilon 91ou UBJio^l.n 'i oo^Xt^ 00 li00 11010 1,095(0 2.VJOU unooo I0.1^MO 00 UNno FROjVE: Thereis only one Paul Davis, and be is^in Butt* to stay. He is irresistable and a^sure winner, for in catering to the public^be leave* no stone unturned in bit efforts^to please and to give his patrons tho best^possible value. Ill addition to a strictly^first-class bar. which is supplied with the^best wines, liquors, beer, ales, etc., and^the finest imported anil domestic cigars,^ho tins opened the belt appo nied cafe in^tbe Northwest. Tl.e culinary appoint-^menta are tbe very t^cat that money can^produce. It will be his personal pride to^make this cafe tho best M tho Northwest;^a place to which the market* of the^world will do homage; a place where you^can get uny thing you want, and cooked in^a nisniier that neither Kurope nor Amer^^ica can heat; a pluci that will be talked^about f. ..in I .no v l-ianil to Portland, and^from Sitka to Kn-ro. 1, ve it a trial.^The Mououram, a. joining It j c.'s cor-^'ner, formerly ttie Atlantic Garden*. N.11.^i'r.vate dining loom in basement^for ladies, witbentrnnce from Main street^and ihe rear. I'ai x i' wis. I'r^ prictor. l'he^'^ Ipsusiireau t ase.^^Pi iii, Oct. 30^ The sale of seats for^The ^t iriusnceau I asc^ opens at Calk^^ins' book store tcmcrrow morning.^There should be a largo attendance. The^best critic* say thai Miss It ^gers a* Ita^far surpasses Sybil Johnstone as an^actrnss. Iter iierformmic,. Is not so ol -^Jt ciioiiable as that of J yhnatone, and tier^acting ib more clever ami t.r.i-tic. The^pity i^ kb.orblng and will be greatly en^^joyed in lliitie. Ai.nuslstiirmral B'llid.^lift Tl., Oct. 20 ^An annual statement^was filed le-day by the Columbia Pin d-^uig A Loan aisociation. Tue capita^^lock is placed nt fj.'OtHOO. and :h^^amouiit i.a: t in money $.^).000, with no^stork paid in in any other way. Th ^^assets are 1', i ii i, consisting of promis^^sory noli s, secure.! by deed of liti't. Tho^cash value ni the securities 1* I313.0I3^The liahiiitio* are ItaVI 0J0. terMsi*. Householdfurniture of five room*.^Api ^ at No. 10 East Broadway, Butt*. In.s. ,. C realty. Christian Scientist^receives | alienu at 4..I Ka^t Mercury^.nr. t. Hours 10 to Li a. m., 'to a p. in.^Coustiltaltuu lrte. OCTOBER10th ^TG- December1, WEOFFER $40,000.00 WORTHOF iAfflGONS,BUGGIES,^HARNESS ANDFARM IMPLEMENTS AT 75Cents on the Dollar. 4f Now TiftySpring: Wagons. $75 to $100^One hundred Buggies, 75 to 225^Fifty Koad Wagons, 45 to 65^Fiity Carls - - - 20 to 40^One hundred Sets Harness 6 to 45^200 Robes and Blankets $1 25 to 15^Twenty Wheel Plows ^40 to 60^100 Walking Plows - 6 to 22 Formerly 100to $135^100 to 300^55 to 85^30 to 55^10 to 60^$2.00 to 20^v*55to^10 to 8530 Anda Complete Line at CORRESPONDINGPRICES. REMEMBERTHE DATES. Write,Send Your Son^or come in while this OPPORTUNITYLASTS! BENNETTBROS. CO.. Butte.