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fHEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER I. .891.
INTHE SPORTING WORLD Talkof the Times in (he Field^SporL DOBLEWON'T HAVE SUNOL NadHanlan Baa'* the World's Rec^^ord In ihs Boat Race W.th^Stephens Horse Talk and^Other Cots,p. Boththe Olympic am) California Ath-^lane cluta* want In secure ia -urge Kesaler^to fliilit tin- ^Itlaik lVurl.^ !^^'^' mailt lie^ptci^!^ ^^ I n ilispaicli (iom Harrison, man^^ager of tbe O yni|^ie cluh, asking laiiai if lie^could (lent at 1M pmui.N. anil it so it he^would meet Martin. hliorlly afier thai^he nlao received a loli-gr.iiia from K. Val^^entine, one of the liirecinr* of ilia (Cali^^fornia c.ii^^, asking Ma* U lie weiilil til'li^Harr a before that ciun i'i Nor'inl*r. In^answer to both claapatchi-s Ivaelrr tale-^graplie I that be wotiul ^liglil any l'l^bound man in Amend, but no negra. Kesslir saya that foi some reason tb^^Californians sreni to have it in for bun^ever su.ee lie Ui feati il LaUlauelae. K-^peetedly tbe Sau Kraneiseo |^a|ters bare^abused bini uiiiim rvifully, a il always re^^fer to him as ^u li g sUNM biiiumer^and drunkard, who, pretending to be a^middleweight, is I ^ in enough 10 flgtit In^the beuvyweight i-liiaa.^ It was in this^manlier tlial the hr-tmntrr ami Chiun-cU Consoled llleni-elve. afUT hi' Wlll| |le.| the^Alarmi,^ anil tbt y liayi kepi Hup^ever sii.ee. Valentn.iN proposition to^meet Martin in AovcnilaiT, Kessler Ms^garU* as an attempt to have Inm fare the^coon in order that he might I e whipped,^as It wouldinipoa^ih!o to gothimself to anything liko con^^dition by tbe tiase the fight would^take place. The Nuvcinher fignts of the^California club take place betweon the^l^ili and 18ih of the month, and tbis^would preclude all |m^ssil^ililie* of doing^anything at all like traiuitig. ^Those San^Fr.inoisiofrllo*ii I K'-mt last night,^^think that 1 am so anxious to appear Ix-^fore them that twill jump at any offer^tin y in jy tnske, but I'll fool tliem. They^want to get me there and then beat ihe^life out of me. I ut before 1 will make^any kind of a ti.'lit I want to be suti.lliil^tbat I'll have soineiiinii* like a fair^and i qual chance. I Lav- given^out all along I would not light a^coon ami lam not going to change my^mind now. Even if this were not the^case I'd lie a sucker to go against Harris^without any training whatever, wliuo lie^would In- in good condition. Kxcute me^but 1 am not such a chump as those^Frisco people evidently ihm!. 1 am. If^Ibey consider it sue li it great honor for a^man to ilglit before thin let them get^some fellow who is foolish em.tub 1o^play tbe sucker for them. I'm not in it.* RobertHorner, denying tbe report tbat^Uoble is to bay..- Mmol neitycar. li e most Important record made to-day^was by the yearling Fmu Proiu Two^weeks ago Sanders drove the filly in 2:41.^Last Tuesday hu made her trot in '_':a^ J-a-^Jo-lay he drove bar a mile in 2:31)4,^healing Norlaine'a record a quarter ot u^second and placing Frou Kruu tbitd^motag tho ye uII u^ . MAHEH IM A FIGHTER. ol TateIrish Wonder tukn Nhert Walk^Itroukla u'^ Mroltf I!.^ t. KkwYokk, Oct. III.^'1 be fight ^c- ujght^with four-ounce gloves betwecu l'cttr^Muher. the ^Irish wonder^ and Jack^Falioii, the ^strong boy^ of llrooklyn, at^Niblo^s garden resulted m Fallon I cing^knock d iml in the iirulnl n un I. 'I lie^first round sbowi'd some hoxing, MM in^the si c. i.d Mnher began chasing Kalion^anil the fighting Im-cuiiic vigorous. Fal^on^grew savage and rushed at Mnher, re^ceivtng a terr He right bander on the^check which ataggeied him. He clinched^to save h imself, and in pmdiii g him iff^Maher la luleil auotlii r b.ow oil his face,^knocking hi in in a heap. Jamest'orlietl to-nigtit covered the^CM.IMI deposiltd with the llmtld. HANLAN's UHtAT FEAT. HaIssfeals Htipa-n. and II.timet Ihs^Wt.rtd*. Itt-.-urtl Threw fc.rtiuds.^VllTORIA, B. ('., Oft. Ill 1 Ills after'^noon ihe I) nil rare bet seen Banian and^htepheiiH was rowo I at sswlwlgat, tiotli^men rawed well hm Stephens lull llu^course, being iiiui.edto tlie liir.i. Oeje^^satiiaentiy h^ rowed wildly and tip- In me^stretch wax much like u proc s.ion, Hun-^lau wiiiumg hi l't:.^, ^MtsSsfal Mssftkl^abead. '1 Ins retail tho wot Ida record^by three seconds. ait **^^****, (Hit ai.o. Oct. Ill ^E in n i- strentbaof^^ mile-Sull lio^e w. ii, II ' ' Fraucia sec^^ond, L la tliir-l. i'lme. 1 :'.n' . Onem li t .imimlrnm wo.i. Ainnett*^accoiid, OiUuale kMML Tint^, hatl( tint-mile ami an ^ ghth K in i.i won,^Pendleton ntcund, Tom J lies lilirU.^Time, I :.V.^4 Sixfurl' ugs I'.il, ro won, ladga llii.h^seron.!, ttarMo ilnr.l. 1 nan-, i ||*,U Onemile and a lia.f ovei hurde L J ro^won, Wli slow, second, Arislieial UiiraJ.^Time, 2:5J. AiIn-uniiis;-. Washington,Oct. III.^ Kivo furlongs^^ Mrs. I'i i1* won. Aleina t o!t sicmid.^Gondolier third. Tim , 1 :'JII^4 tinemile and a sixtieiiih Alary Stone^won, i in litis secm', Marginr ta third.^Tiim . I ISO, triehandicap, kh furlongs Whip.^Rose won, (, W. (o,,k seccud, UaggsMi^tbir 1. Time. 1:!.'. Sven furloi.it- 1'r.alier sun, I sir^L^ wis second, (^ lay ti ird. Tiase, 1 . o. Onetuili - Madrid won. Kmir Thomas^St roud, I h ers thir l. Tune, l:li^. Freehandicap l.nrilh . one m ,-^ and a^quarter, i ver six Inir lles^llotwe!l won,^Luke Bi coinl, Whei.il.v Hard. Jinn, J;3l. A' Ni.hsnla.^Namiivm.li, Oct. .11.^S.x fur oiifs J^T. lull won, /. ke llurey kicoipI. Time, SSI*!.. riiirieen-tixnciiths of n mill Qu-en^Trowhrdgi won. First Lap second;^Isvgaosl liios-nm thiril. Tiase, 1 :^4 Ffieri -ixti i lltll- o' a una lime Muss Woo,Jo^ ^ art. r si coll i, Fannie S, thud.^Tim. 1 :H7t Rajhaui'irap. i ^^^ . n-i sh enilii MT ^^miie- Si vent n w a, HIbB^ Link ^-erond,^ssssllvwf liuckti' r ttnrd 'i inie. ItlOW. pfissssaigteenIhsof a anise- Parvst V.^won, Maggie I. I u^ second. Tin awOaa Iblrd. '1 llu . 07 gsssMt. ^^.^!.' T.i k^Fak Fbahi-ikco, Oct. HI-John l~ Su'-^I,va ' taa ttirajraplic I I Parley Johns, n^to luski arrangi nn iits for n light with^Slaviu Siiilivan says lie wni say noih-^log of the prnlslMllsses of a fight with^Klavin until he has coi.e udrd h.s ihe.u-^rtcal ^ I g sgl liu ills. Ihiuio-r J*.-mvs Ii.^SnicgTOS, Cal., Oct. ^1 --(lisrl-s^Marion to-day received a tilegruui fr in Oulya Uog. Bi'TTE,Oct. 31.^As the cable car fro an^W alki i villa was going rapidly over tbo^h gh trestle just nortb i f tbe power houso^to-day a big black St. Bernard dog got in^front of the dummy and was in imminent^danger of being run over or hurled off^tbo bridge onto the ground a nne 30 feel^b-low. The dog bad evidently tried to^avail himself ^ f Ihe short cut which the^nigh trestle affords; but bad not calcu^^lated on the exceedingly frail limbering^of the affair, i or upon iba planking be^^ing ah jui ais incbea apart and only some^three inches in width. Tbe grip-^loan stopped Iba car about^four feet from tbe (lightened animal,^whose leg* had slipped through tbe tin-^planked parts of the bridge. Tbo con-^diactor first alighted from the cur and^tru d to extricate the dog from bis dan-^irons position, but tbe animal weighed^some 15J pounds and it was no eaay laak^to get bun upon hia feet. Tbe gripinau'a^^ II oris were still without avail, and it was^not uuill tbrea of the passengers aided^the two atruggiiug ifucers of tbe car thai^the hruie was drawn up and aafeiy^piared u.-on Ihe grip. ihe delayed car procieild lo tbe end^of ihe nestle, w here the dog juiu|ied i ff,^ami with a look of gratitude ut the men^who had In Iped bun out of bis bad^scrape, trotted cantentcdly away. MntvUlllegass.^From Ihe New York Weekly. Wheelman1 helluva I'll g.ve up bicy^^cling, lamas careful as can lie, but^every now and then some accident hap-^peus. This is the second time lie lieeu^arrested and lined lor running into peo^^ple. BusinessMan^I'll tell you how to man^^age. Just you gel u job as bill coliuclur.^Everybody 'II dodge you then. Fereignei-Wliyis it that so many Amer -^cuu cm s are complaining ol bad water7^Is not the water supply uuder the d ret^lion of city i llh .als | AmericanI'sually. Foreigner AnJ an^ not those cfficials eiectiil hy the people ^^American ^ Yea. I'oreiguei- I Ilea il appears to me. thai^you have not been careful lo select du^^ctals who ure good j idgcs of water. BankDirector^I am surprised, air, to^learn that you orop into my bank i very^day and whisper tips to our caslin-r. Don't^you know the information inutl lie a^great ti mptation to him lo usu the bank^.iiieIs lo speculate with Wealthyllmker- Yea. Andjeiyou arc a heavy stockholder^in our hank.' Justso. 1hen, in the name of common sense,^what's your moiivu^ 1 Well,the fsci is, 1 dont know whether^your casmer is nouesl or notj but if be^isn't honest, and if be does u^e the bank^funds to speculate with, I want him to^keep on tbe right side of the markot.^See ! ' SAID LY CLEVELAND. Aa Adarsas IWfi.r~ ilia Vsaag atea**^D' ea-ieratUI Club ^f Massachusetts. Bosi os, Oct. 31.^An iinnaeiisa audi^^ence, ih.it at nines went wild with entbu-^siasm. filled Trrmout temple to-nifbl,^iba occasion b-ing a rally under tba^auspices of tbo Young Men's Democratic^club of Maaaachusetts. Tbe distinguished^guest of tbe evening, e^-Presideut Cleve^^land, received a grand ovation. He said^said in part: ^Our consumers of ro ^der-^ala means, and iba poor of Ilia land are^ion much neglected in our national^policy. Their life ia road* too bar I^lor iheiu and too roucb faver is^shown pampered manufsctun rs and rich^monopolies. A condition of restlessness^and Irritation baa grown up throughout^ihe country, born of a prevailing inequal^^ity and unfairneaa which threatens an^ai'ark upon eour.d currency, and awak^^ens the anxious solicitude of thoughtful^and patriotic men. Economy in public^i xpciidilurca has almost In crme a by^^word, and partisanship in power executes^lis will by methods unprecedented and^ruthless. Mr.Cleveland aaid be bad believed tbe^d^ morratic party was right on all these^su^ j cts. 'J hose who loved true democ^^racy looked lo tbe people of Maesacbu-^sells to rero^n xe tbe faithful services of^their youn; governor, and by hi* election^a lid that ot lue remainder of tbe ticket,^demonstrate titer steadfastni-ss in the^cause of democracy. FREAK Ot A CrtAZY MAN. H Tries la Take ^^^^^^.eiion of a Rsisr-^vnlr and Hum IL^White I'i.si.ns, N. Y.. Oct. 80.^Today^William Gienning, a resident of Kensico,^went into the lodge house at the Kensico^reservoir, and pointing a pistol at John^' Duly and Samuel Lawrence, public^I works employes, told tliem to get ou',^as the cily was in nerd of more water^and he would control the reservoir gates.^Daly and Lawrence tried to argue with^(j!i lining, but he persisted in running^things hi* own way. Superintendent^Lord appeared on the scene, and was^taken in the range of Ci en lung's shining^pistol barrel. When tbe supposed mat:^lur lurried bis head E-Awreuce knock d^the rtvclvcr spinning across tlae roeiu.^I he mail was secured and finally re^^leased, when be disappeared ami soon^alter re urned wiib a sh i gun, threaten^^ing lo kill I. iwr lire and D.alv if Ibey did^nut give him Pack his revolver. SuperintendentLord had taken the n -^vo.Vi r and started for bis residence, and^the only thing for the men to tlo was to^^ ficct an cacupc, which they did while^Uieiitiiug was at the hack of tbo gate^hoiiae. (ileiinitig disap'H-ared slier.lv^after, lie bus thrown tin- nnplnyes of^ihe public works ^lc| ar mi ni at Kensico^in n high Hale of ^ xciP iii^iit, ami it is^said that lie has hi-coino Midui lily insane,^A | n-^n anil i flicers started out to-night^to ^ II. ct the maniac's capture, feaiing^that he may kill some one. Itu.iwia Hulgur.a.^V i L.nn A, Oct. 31.^Dispatches from^various s.aire s sbow a continuous snow^storm has pjevaded throughout Eulgar a^since Wednesday. Many trains are^annw- blockaded. .Allansla f rancs 1'aiiis.Oct. 31.^Minister Fallier.s to^^day inucdi.red in iho chainlM-r a hi.^olucieg Ibu promoters uf pioslitulioii un^der the vagran'. act penally. It is prom .^i.ed that a future bdi will aim at tbe e u^lire suppression of prostitution. Because^of Fa 11 teres declining to Interfere to se^^cure tlie release from prison of the social^^ist. La Faiqtie, the radicals attacked the^government, but a resolution of cnnfl-^dt net* was adopted. Anumber of dynamite cartridges have^been fund in the (lines lurim-i on l lie^Fans ar Lyons railway, between N ce and^K quicr. \\h.i He ^^'ma I. ke tu II. sr. CaWAi.il. Oct. 31. -lion. II. J. Farmer-^Atk ii 1011. m iiiher of the L-igiisii par- I^iiaiiient, in an interview her- ne.lav.ix- I^ptf-.Hed Ins tx-lirf that the ITintcd S ates ^^would Ik' saiiiidly thrashed Py ( lull in j^the opening days h^ iween the two I^ci lilltrirs. Be conreiled, howevi r, the -^Dfslstd States wiitild i ren u illy 1m-vie*^toi.oiis, adding, ^Uul I should like to^lieur your how 1 of agony slu r your first^round with i hill, if it wi re not that 1 dis^^like tlie ntleli ialit kld.ng. Kenlies! Ill .nary. FromIhe Sail I ram- sea chrouirl*.^Kentuck ans Ironi Hie day of Daniel ^^| la.oiie have li -en noted tor ibeir uerve, j^bill the man who ha* eel pied all blue^grass recouli lor ci ur ige is the^toil w woo has jut marrie I^his molii -r-iu-!uw. He i* said to j^i have known her well, but hefor ^ a year J^passed ovi-r b.s h a i ue wdi pnihati'v get 1^' new 1 gat on female churar rr. If li--^|i*WS happi y with her be - h and ba iak^ n^as tin- ^uhj ct of a novel, lor lie will nave^demuaslr.ite I In role i|'lallles. I.ae.yItik.su't Ku.-w. WsVasslasfMsMiO.-i. M ^Lscey, com a-^I trolii r ot the ciiireticv, sent a teligiain^I to Senator tjuuy this morning, faying^i that so far as lie was able to learn no on*^connected with the in asuiy department^^ was authorix -d to deliver ins c. riifiiulo^of dtposiiio the i!i uiocrafic siate cum^^in it tee. and tin ^ mu kuoa how it came^into their possession. Funml Head St1'ai'L. ^^et. 31. ^Mrs. Lury Totld^(iiiIhti. in am r of Bisliop GiIImtI of Ihe^Episcopal church, was found di ail lbs^in or n I g ly.ng in a i o^l of blend in front^ol ihe Mejst p s resilience. It is ag| postal^she got u; in the irght . n I, as she was^very Ii ^ l ie. being 7* j ears old, fell cut of^the w indow. lur * ^^. is-11^-j tlie tliivsrani-at.^SAW Fit im isi-o, Oct. 31. -The I'nilid^Stall s gi uuii jui y has ii d c.cd Beruurii^Ketss, i f the Hi m i f N, w b rgcr. Keiss *^l'u.,for imp irtlng wo ilen goods, invoiced^aa cotton. Il- was am-sled and released^on tln.0.0 hail Headache Oinil'lyresults fl in a deranrred stomach or^a slugslsh liver. In either rase, an aperient^Is needed. Ayei's Fills, tbo mildest and^tiius-t svlluhle cathartic In use, correct all^Irregularities of the stomach, ln.r, sttd^bowels, and. In a brief fun-, relieve ike^most distressing headache. These pilli saw^highly recommended hy the profession, aud^tbe dema'id fur them Is universal. Ihave hern afflieied, for year*, with^neail.trlie and bialgesUon. and lliough I^^pent nearly a fori tun- In medirlnes. I never^found any relief until I began to lake A\ *^Tills. Six bottle* of these Fills roinpleti ly^cured me.^ ^ Benjamin Harper, I'ljUioaUa,^Moiitserra;. W. I. Along suSerer from headache, 1 wag CUREDBY twnboxes of Ayer's Fills.^ ^ Emma Keyes,^Uuhlianlston. Mass. Furthe cure of headache, Ayer's Catli irtle^Pills :ire the most efficient medhiiie I ever^Med.^^Robert K. James, Dorchester. Mats. Furyears I was suldeet loeonstipatina^and neivaiis heaila. he. caused h) gsSJassfSj^xaentof Ihe liver. Alter taking various rent,^adles. 1 have become mmInced that Ayer't^Fills are the best. They never fail to relieve^any hilluusattacks in a short tine, ami I ant^lure my system retains Its tons lunger utter^tlie use of these Fills, than has been ihe c.iie^With any other medlelnc I have tried.^ ^^11. 8. bltdge, Wnmar, Texas. Ayer'sPills rnu*auii i v Or.J. a AVER ^ CO., Lowell, Mist. oldby sll Uruggliis aud Dealers la liidida*. R ENSHAW HALL. liUiTr. MONT. OlderAuspices of tie M G. T. 0. Monday,Nov. 2. SPKtlALKNOAtlKMKM ofthem m pupu ar uiusu-a - lub, foi i lie i. i eflt^oi t e l.l ia y ^ iin-i ot tec ismneraLo*^I He It-ailing loom, TheNew York % Rg*s* a II ^- p li*|i. W..shim,ion,Oct. 31.^'Iba |r-sidiiH^a'td Mr-. Ilarr son gave a special nei|e^lion tbil afternoon lo tlie ill legates of the^Women's Mts-iouary aocu y e.inri'-itioii.^U wus alti lo i d by in ar l\ .; on p, rsolis. IheKir- I',ai^W vsiiiHiiiuN. Oct. 31 Ihe flist pay^^in in ol -u.ar IhjuiiI), under the lar.aT^net, wus mailt* saw****1 In lloilglierly A l o..^New Oris ate. I .359. represellllug a^Ii lunty en uo pounds of cane .u;ar. ^geeli riu i.^W AMtiMi. iiim. O t. 31 -liyati orih r i^-^am d i--^i.,^ the si creiary ^^' w ur n duci d^from 16 h. 3ti years the max muni age at^which si any recruits may be ace-, ptej. l.asrine Weiner. Klute,^Km st Mahr. Velio.^Sebastian Laendvier, Violin,^I redliold II. mm ti n. Viola,^August Karklmr, limn ile PJ t*t,^John Maiq isrJt, Violin. As-Ulelby MISSMARIONS. WEED. CONTRALTO I'siiainrlees. sale ef seat s op nv We lueidaf.^i 11o . i ^ a Wen s.^| ^ i : ;u nne, u, ^t fara te-i. Iica.ts fia saks by t. O- 1st. Jew Fast PiHt Ilr^, - ii -i II..w News I' . r.a-l l ark si isrl, ti-ailrtoat K a art ant k *i re,Ea-t U'ati-^in -i'- i. it^ii .u. mu-1.'s on, Main -1 eeC.^tetvbfe Urag ^t Man ^n et, .-milium ii*^-^t. svvsl Kioailsai. lasses lira. rap stoie,^i i* 11 nl.e, t.uudvrtim it', alea-iciv.iie. TOUCHJOHN WILLIAM*. Usas Mred frusa a it Ms rain* Haul.-^Ihrew aieass at a Train. ClTTg,Oct, 81 ^ A man giving bis name^a* John Willli m-. and who to all appear^^ance is a genuine tramp, was arrested^yesterday afternoon for throwing stones^at a Montana Central passenger train.^Williams boarded the sfternooo trala for^Helena, and a ^horl distance beyond tbe^depot was put rff for not having a ticket^or money with wbieb to pey fare. As^soon as be alighted from the train, be be^^gan to throw stone* at tbe conductor wbo^bad ^fired^ him. He failed to bit ihe con^^ductor, but one of t be atone* wmt through^a wiudnw and struck a lady on ih^ head.^A gentlrtnan sitting near the lady jumped^^ ff ii.o train and, after a then cb**e,^c night lb* hobo aud held him until a^policeman arrived, wbo took him to tbe^ecu my jail. Duringtbe morning Williams entered^a boarding bouse in East Park street and^ate breakfast. Ho continued to bang^sround until noon, when be ate dinner^aud iben want to sleep behind tbe office^siove. Being uoablo to settle for tbe meal^he had eaten be was assisted into ibe^street and afterwards tried to beat bis way^to Helena. He claims to have come to^Butte fram Portland. Tlrsdof Liviag.^San Francisco, Oct. 31.^William Cen^^ter, a capitalist and son of John Center,^the weil-kuown capitalist, wbo was form^^erly associated witb large shipping inter^^est* here, con milted s ncide tins morning^by firing two sices through bis bead, it^is supposed the deed is due to d.-spon-^dency caused hy illness. PIANOS AND ORGANS Donot fall to call and get^Prices and Terms. SOLDON ^ i W0NTHLYPHYMENTS. Iffou think nf rureh ilni; a Plann or (Irgai,^1 se I uul lung hu1 strictly tlrst class go ids,^of wh'ih the lei owiug is a^I sriaal 11 I: Ibalitih'en^ Sttlnt.y,^Georgi Sleek ft Son,^tstty.^MM^A brecbt, MUOBft Himl'B, E.tev, Mason^ Hamlin,^Packard and WesternCottage. DidPianos ami urtans tah-n In cxihange,^awiaafactaou liua aiit evl. ALLINSTRUMENTS WARRANTED. Noiroubl to sb ^ w t od^ and g ve pn e-. Pianosand Organs to Rent Al.l.KINDS UK Sewing'Machines. e.h. sherman, I25 East Park btreet. le'etdpn* No. 67. h.flower. THE LOAN1*3 DIAMOND^BROKER, llaiepei. it II e u d Kian I KM Plentyof iwy !o Lend OnAll Goods of Value. Seed-time andharvest. WESOWED when we bought our huge^stock and our harvest hat been less^than our anticipations owing to the^backward season and the delay in^finiahing the Owsley Building. So^we are going to reduce our large and complete^^tock ot Fine Hats and Furnishings by making^great cut* from our aire* dy low prices.^We quote a lew samples : i.oooHeavy Winter Overshirts. 75c. formerly 52^I.oco Heavy Shirts and Drawers, SOd ^ Si^500 Extra Fine White Shirts and Drawers, $ 1,^lormcrly $2 50.^1,000 California Red Flannel Shirts and Drawers, $1 , formerly $1.75.^600 Extra Fine White Linen Shirts, 75c, lormcrly$U2$.^500 Fine all wool ^Vpsilanti^ Ribbed Shirts and^Drawc s, $3.50 per suit, formerly ^7.50^1,000 pairs Heavy all wool Half Hose, 20c, for^^merly 3(jc. 250pairs Good Working Pants, warranted not to^rip, 90c, torincny j^ 1.25. 250Fins Sott Hats, assorted styles, 75c, for^^merly ^1.25. 450Fine St ff Hats, latent style, $ 1.50, for^^merly lj 00. 500Oil Tan Gloves, heavy. 50c, formerly $1.00.^300 Fine Kid and Dogskin Gloves, $ 1, former^^ly ^2.00. 1,500Fine Valises, 50c and upwards, formerly Si^and upwards. Don'tMiss This Sale. It is the^Chance of a Lifetime. SHLEBEGINS MOV. 2 WISHON,THE HATTER 41East Park Street, OWSLEYBUILDING EUROPEANSPECIALIST t Dr.C. LTZ Overthe Red Boot ml Shoe Store. No. 56 North Main Street,^Eutte. bctweea Perk tiad Broadway 1ATM KM, llitoai. Ling .ird nil b iicKl diseases. wh:rh are ftp** ^1..y^fsixt |HM!iiMU^*iul) t-Niitlhy iry in v.- hy imi uf -.1 h..i.ti.urf of rom- |KII! (I 111- tl * IIIC^l V.o '^! Asmtounh I- llw foterra ^t rl r'c.ilnes*. aud 1 nsumi'tiua, ea b liis'tUILe iriiipMy ai ^ 1 dtu In Infoie il 1* .cn late.^V ii^utauoii (haipf''. CBMevi^^f inv. iK ^t^ hititv, ut sin': fr.tin yontlifn' indiscret on,^^Me.i*fciii mattire ^tur* aud 1 lie 1 ^. .tii^^ k \ r^ fining neiv umi^s,^HvttMeeU^ibwMt^ s^avmaal ^^* kortta, Mjcht .otMc, leieel dehiJiiy, Jet.1 I K Mi U e -wer, bkM d n .'-..null ni d Ill L^:t lull, U\HISIOU IU ^^^- rteiy.me.uiKTliu v, tti uion. vnu% ip'tttoii. tioteliei, inipfUiiueiiU lo^Weil hat, tit'.. 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Fkmak ^Vkak.nM'si k .*yiii! torn-of iviiu.li it- paitm hi 1 he lu-*k and p.iut^ with burning^n ti.s. t :i^u a 11 tie* t^ p ^ f ii.^' 1 t a !. wi li \iv t**-n** uiacltai'-t* .111 I a ^Tsd teeing of laugnoi, Dei-^xi iifftann uutl de|Ue^,i-.D. apeedhy euied bj I^r. HclnUl/. eaeV ren ^^!.. READ THIS TWICE ! excesses,disessr* Fullyoor-ei^ii h of lb) ^^n una' uf li'anian s ifli-riM ^ is iaus-si uy ^''III'*wSillier *il New Kemedv is llu- l.'sl and sure-t cf all in ilie.uei f ^r r slano* SIrerirUi,^iimblU'io aud viaitH' iu liii *a wiaa sialar frosi all private, r ironic mil uervaut ilisaases, sucli as^emml anil skin ill eises, svaaill*. tet.ifulmis, f.itous, ^.y.:pi.a^. sail rli. am, |s^ni|^aalun, iisurlasls,^awl an ini|^.iailai'a of lli j liluu.l laus iw i-rii|i..am, p iri|ie,, lnncliei, fa.lla; oul a,' Ho litlr, ilc.^PRIVATE UIsEhsSES. Oonorrlioes.Klset,rtrirtiire. ^ I Itiey ami li intili-i tr nh es ry-i su. anl all sal efleit* ol^ion I fill fi'l ie* mi^ evressrs, ^li ell ^o uuill nn- i f 11 Ini-lui s* or pieasare. 'iiiewniideifiil * !^' i-s of I as new rrme Iv ilep ^ails iaia in L I Ui u i. *a]i;ili' i aa elt'tni'al^^lilch a* fi iinil ^anl In; In ihs b.ooil oi ^i n men GottageHotel, DOaVC01X^RAI^^^ and oalkna ots. t HIShotel will be run on the European Plan in a^strictly firit-class manner. Kooma liyht. newly^papered, painted and lurnished throughout.^Every convenience lor the comfort o: quests. Rates^liberal. Now open under the management ot AnFvcllrnt ltrstmranl Kiin in CocnrctionSHW HYOTTE. ReMO*-a6D, TheMorcurySlreet Stables l*evebi en remmcd to llw LEXINGTONBUILDING. onf**^ i srk tlteiL Hie l-n*.. ins I as lif.-n r.v^nn dea d, :^ liir-.e ami warm, ami Bre|^ Parliesiie-rtneilverviii's oi i ny kin.l will be^in, inul ^' ais iinimoilalivl llinses l^o:.:aV I^Kay I he wrfs or monla. LEXINGTONSTABLES, Eastlark efert.Bail a^ Mmat. AXDBKWJ. I).H, 1'r ptntiT. Dr.W. I. Schultz. 55East Park Strjot. Thi CliiiiivinFnmitnre Co. I'nv^ nisi ireciveil |sv01 iiie 1 law** aud l neapsst OPENF1REPLHCE^COHL STOVES Ever!^.^^^: la Butie IS 1 ii Mile. SOFTOR HARD COAL BURNERS Ai^l aie iraamea'* *s well horn^ - an'' *^I oiti r ulock- mtm*ontana 122 AND 24 W. BP.CACWJIY. EU'TE, I0NT.