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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20,1891.
THEBUTTE OFFICE
Ofthe STANDARD la In the^New Windsor Hotel Annex. No.^21 East Broadway. The Tele^^phone number Is 253.
aavsrtlsementtwill lie reee.ve.1 v I lis Until^sties ^.f the Htanpakd till ^ oelock^V. XL tor iDM-ruon in tlieloUus-^mc moraine's |^i*r.^II^^Ptak:^ari^ is rteinerm lu Hutu subscriu-^^^^ carry imi) uioining.
BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE.
MONTANAt NIOX.
bUTTE CURRLN 1 NOfhS.
Prof.J. \\ . Young of Helena ta a vialtor^in the city.
Dr.A. H. Adams of Madison r.unity ia^in tlir city.
Thenext term of court will have a^graml jury.
T.( . Power of HHc-ua paid his Unite^conatiiuema a vi-.ii yi-slrrilay.
.L. Honner pain-1 it.r uikIi the city^yesterday, en route to Deer Lodge.
Hon,F. G. HiRC'ii^. *'ho line h n in^the city acveral 'lay, nturned to Mir-^aoula yesterday.
CharlesBartlett, for aeveral yeara cm-^ployed in tho Blue Mint mill, left lor^Atpen. Colo., last ni|(lii.
Everybodyshould renifmher the bag^^ociahie to lie held at St, J din's I'pisco-^pal church this evening.
J,J, York, commander ol L'nenln post^No. 2, 0. A. I! . will leav.- f^ r I'hilipsburK^to-day to lnsmutu a new post.
E.S, Conner, in adranc^ of the Carleton^Opera company, is in the cily arranging^lor the appenraiieo of the troupe.
Mr.and Mrs. II. I.ohle, who were mar^^ried at H'-lena V\ ^.-ilui--duy, arrived in the^city yesterday on their weddiiijr tour to^California.
DeputyShor IT Kirrmrda took Willinni^Holland to lloer L-nlge yestorday lo servo^^ sentc in-, of six yeara in thu |hiiUcii-^t nry for Inn glar^ .
P.S. Sullivan, the miner injnnd in the^L- imgion Inst Tuesday, was c ^tisider^U^much worse yesur !a^- and his condiiiou^alarmed his friends.
Thefuneral of the late Freeman I iwe^will take place tins afternoon at ^o'clock^tinder tlie auapices of Enterprise lodge 1.^O. U. F. of South Unite.
Mr.and Mrs. H. U. V.ililon mourn the^loan of their infant child, which liieil^Wednesday evening. The funeral will^take place at Deer Lodge to-day.
William7-eri s was arrested yesterday on^a warrant laaeaw by Judue 1. Id), ^fce.fgtag^him with petty larceny. The complain-^ant ia Margaret Bala, who alleges that^Eerrs stole two .arliels Irom her con^^taining feminine wearing apparel of a^value of s in.
CharlesDaly, who had a friend in the^city jail last night, was caught by Jailor^Wilson in the act of a.tempting to pass a^bottle of whiskey through tin liars, und^us a const ^|ut'tice soon found himself^also on the ius.de of ihe grating. The^whiskey waa confiscated.
H.P. Lucas died at Ilia residence. No-^4: L Smith Ariiona street, at l:lip, m*^yesterday. The rem mis will t^ for^^warded lo-day lo tin. former home i f air.^Lucas, Haih. N. Y. Mr. Lucas was n mem^^ber of Silver Bow lodge No. MM, I.rami^United Order of (lid Fellows, under^whose auspices Ihe funeral services will^be conducted. Afl in- niliers are requeated^to attend, liy older ol the N. G.
THE^al ANDARU':.^ SCHOOLBOY.
A 1'botngraph ol !)^ ol Ilia Swiftest^laJW In ihe 4 liy.^lirnK, Nov. 1'.'.^A fine photograph of^the : taniiami s fust horse anil delivery
cartha. ju-t Iii turned out by i'aliiier.
Titopicture represents the Sta.niiakd's^well-known horse Schoolboy standing in^front ol the city hall with lite Anaconda^oTASDAKI) csrt mid load of papers. The^picture represents Schoolboy in repose,^but he is lo Ih- seen nt bis best at all^early hour in the morning wheu he^fine over the ground from the^depot at South Hint,. to the^liulte (fltceofihe M i.Miai.'I), from which^point thu papers tire delivered to the^carriers. Seliooilmy is u itiurndle.-nt an^^imal, strong I lulu il and poa-i-rlnl. rover-^lug mile ufier mile at lie rate ,^| ftK with^the greatest MM, He t all run iti^ tin lull^lxom South Btttla wnh as great eas^- and^rapidily as In- ran nn.vo on a I^ v^ ^ 1. ami^Ihe subst ribi rs who welcoiu^ ihe M ano-^abu early each nioining can thank^Schoolboy a^ d the Standaiid ^ fni hfiii^camera for having their lavurite paper^at the breakfast tattle.
It.^ - Sa tin a s i-ike,^BtTTE, Nov. 19 ^There was an Incipi^^ent strike among the boya of the Inde^^pendent Measenger company this after^^noon. It was learned Hint MM or two of^the Ixiys was rn l iving larg. r TCeM ih.tn^the balatu-e, and the boys in talking the^matt r over decided lo strike for higher^wages. The hour for the airike wns set^for 'i o'clock this afternoon. Hut ih^-^strike waa brief, the hoys quickly return^^ing to work. It was I xplaim-d to Saw^that ^ n ^ ^r two of the bojrl ri eeiveil^higher wag. s in consideration of istra^wjrk.
viInlng Doi'liuienl. I ilril,
Diitf.,Nov. Hi^Ihe following mining^documents were Hied for record to-day:
AllhlkVta of anrnal labor ^ October^loile eiaim. Summit Valley districi, s4iu-^utl Betihaiii and nlaan\ Oella, 1 ml. -^pc-ndeuce district, Jusi pit (Jreuoli; A. B.^I'., Summit Valley district, Joscnh Xa-^deau autl ntberai ClutUtoiie, Summii val^^ley, John F. Cowan.
LocaleI-1notict ^Cliicago, Twin Moun^^tain diatrici. by deorje M. Ciawford and^William C Chenoweth.
Beforebuying, call and t xamine our^large and comjdete stock of heatera. H^J. Biumc, 78 \\ eat Park street.
Forchoice article of^ICock Springs Coal^rail up Montana Produce company^Telephone 44. '
Ifyou want your stoves moved, cleaned^and put up. call up telephone ||. .1.^Blume, 78 West Park street, opposite^Central school building.
JUSTHOW THINGS ARE
TalkAbut the AoDibiltUoi of (be Po^^lio Ccmmissioa
NOSTAR CHAMBER MEETINGS
MayorMueller Opposed toSesslona^Behind Closed Doors-Char^^acter of Concert Saloons^to b) Investigated.
Butte,Nor. 19 ^The police commis^^sion ailll rivea. The attempt at its anni^^hilation at the council meeting laat right^failod, but there it may yet have lo fight^for its existence. The voto last night^atooil 7 in litvor of abolishing the pol as^commission slid 4 in favor of its con-^tinned existence, it is a rule of the coun^^cil ihnt a !hl i e-fi in tin vole of the enure^council is necessary to pusa all ordinance^nt the sumo meeting nt which il is intro^^duced. 1 lit by letting the proposed ordi^^nance take lis natural i nurse ami conic^up lor passage thu week after it ia Intro-^One. il, only a maj my vote ia^necessary. The queslioti now la^whether the seekers after the tcalp^of tie) poli-c commission will be able to^muster u majority vote to annihilate it.
Threealdermen w^ re absent last night.^These gentlemen were Aldermen Me-^Dc i moti, llnrrot and Van Butkirk. The^friends of the police commission count^on the votes of Aldermen McDermott and^Hai ret, while the opponents count Alder^^man Van litiakirk's vote ;,a with them.^That would make eight in favor of the^abolishment of the pmiro comtnlasion t ^^aix m favor of retaining it. Hut the friends^of the commission count on lli'i vote of^Aid' rum n Dawson, who lust lug In voted^lor ilia repeal of mo ordinance. If Mr.^Dawson votes as the friends of the com^^mission expect, th ^ vote will stand 7 to 7.^'I hen the mayor will Ih- called oil to de^^cide whether ihe sasajaskMSfM of which he^is chairman shall live or die.
Ihemayor w ill call a in -cling of tho^police commissioners next Monday to in^^vestigate the Mi G ^wau mailer, and any^oilier churges or complaints that may lie^bn ught to its attention. The council last^i veiling did not take any action on the^mayor's suggestion that a meeting bo^held to investigate the conduct of the^Clipper Shinies autl o lit r resorts, lue^mayor made the suggestion, hut not n^wortl was breathed on the subject b/ any^alderman, ami it cannot be said whether^or not the proposed investigation will^take place.
Itmould be n movement in the line of^munici|ial reform if the agitation over^the pol.ee commission would lo-uliin the^substiiiiiioii of a coinm s^ion composed^of citn-ns. A dei man Manic ssid to-.lav:
''Iam hearljiy in favor of a police com^^mission of eh i ms, as is proposetl. i^think it a movement in tue right direc^^tion. Tho only ihlnctilty in tho nay is^that it will be necessary to have the leg^^islature tako action before this can be^done. Ths incorporation act provides^that the council shall name the police.^men, and the city council has not the au^^thority to delegate thia power to cliig ;ns^without the necessary action by the lego-^laiure.
Itis helit veil, however, that even if tho^city cannot delegate Its pnwerof appoint^^ing pohce officers, it can retain that^power and delegate to a commission of^citixeiis the power of investigating nnd^th elding on all complaints and charges^made against any police olllrcr. '1 he^council could retain tho power of ap^^pointing the officers, hut give to cit s Mis^who had nothing i j no with the appoi nt-^mentollho officers the power of decid^^ing whether ^^r not they are guilty of of^^fenses charged.
Onegnoj ro-ult has already been^scored. In re,tan! to the next meeting of^the police commission a standard re^^porter asked Ihe msyor tc- lay:
Willthe meeting be secret or open ^''
Itwill be open,^ replied the mayor. ^1^was never in favor of secret meetmgv,^and if 1 have anything to say about the^matter the sessions of the police commis^^sion will bo open to the repoi tera and the^I ublic.^
CARD PLaYINC not ALLOWED
lint-,of the Murpuy tlospel Trusperattee^I'iiIoii- I'anfOMasry Resolutions.
Bittk, Nov. 10 ^At their meeting yes-^ter 'ay nlieriioon the ladies of the W. C.^T. V. devoted considerable time to u dis^^cussion relative to pet nulling card play^^ing ill the club rooms ol the Murphy Gos^^pel Temperance union. The ladies evi^^dently had not been apprised of the ac^^tion taken by the ^ xecutivo commute ^ of^the Murphy association or they would^not have indulged iu the dn-^cussiou. Written in a large, bold^hand ia a notice in the club^rooms that no card playing will lio al^^lowed on the premises an I that no minors^shall have acceaa to tea rooms, and that^no minors un ler 1G yeaia of age will^be allowed to fn i| lent the library.
Thonotice was observed by n reporter^yesterday, and one of the genii-men in^the duo room said it hail been found nec^^essary to prolnhit cartl playing because^hoys had gotten into the habit of spend^^ing all their time in the clubrooms, play^^ing seven up. To prevent boys from^loailng about ihe place to the neglect ot^their work or slu-ln s, it was deeim d best^by the committee to puss the order ex^^cluding minors from the r nl.ro in and set*^ting n limit to the age at which minors^have the privilege of the library.
Thoverdict of the people is that the^Standaiid is Montana's best newspaper.^Try it for a month.
EVERYBODYPLEASED.
TheSupper tilveu liy the Ladles of the
ILiptlst4 liureli.
Bl'TTF.,Ncv. IS.^1 he auppcr given by^the Indies of the llaptistchurch this even^^ing waa a decided success. From 6^o'c'ock to 8 the reading rooms of the^Murphy Temperance union were crowded^with hungry patrons of the affur, await^^ing their chance to satisfy the inner^man. The tables were apresd iu^the assembly rooms, an I with the^snowy linen and daintily-disposed^dishes, presented a very pretty^appearance. '1 he la.lv palroneases were^Mrs. W. K. natcheldor, Mrs. J. W. Keed,^Mrs. F. K. W. Fallon ami Mra. Charles^liozcman, nnd under their management^iu- supper and the service was the acme^of the gastronomic art.
TheDill of fare was composed of Ihe^most delectable dishes, the regular ortho^^dox Thanksgiving dinner being served.^Koast turkey with sll the ^fixtures^ was^div iured with relish by all w ho were^sealed at the liouutiful board. The Indies^w ill clear in the nt 'chborhood t f |jn as^the result of their ^ If ris.
TheSl AMiAlin has more readnrs than^any riral newspaper read in Butte by^many hundreds. Try it for your adver^^tising.
Heatingstoves are going eff al a I v. It-^rate, but we still h iv an elegant assort^^ment. H. J. Illume, 78 West Park street.
Besrin mind that the Union Psciflc^tukes second-class passengers llirouk-h on^fsst express trains.
BEYONDCONTROL OF POLICE.
TuagbsWho Oeeapy Deserts* Csblas la^the OKI I'laerr Diggings,^km Nov. W.^If the court*, or rather^public olllcers, possess authority to do so,^an order to destroy fhe old deserted cabins^and shscks in the placer grounds would^prove not much less than a blessing to^the community. These dilapidated old^hovels are used as retreats by tbe many^vagrants, thieves and footpads that in^^flict the city and menace the life and^property of cit sens. Lmg since de^^serted by their owners, the cabins are of^no earthly use to anybody and^the the temptation held cut by^their txislenco to And shelter^an 1 a place, of concealment is too strong^to be resisted by ihe class of men referred^to, and as they are allowed to remain,^they will be used by the homeless wan^^derers who are continually fl tckiug to the^city. A visit to the old diggings by day^will reveal every one of the attacks filled^with i lie,d sii pitiable men. whose appear^^ance is indicative of their character. At^night the ru in nre deserted, their occu-^puma being scattered over the city^lugging and stcalirg. At the foot of^Montana streets stands one of these old^cat ins dun lor si me time past has been^the rendi ivous of a tough looking^gang, ami the entire neighborhood^is in a ri iistant statu of alarm by rcastn^of their presence. The cabin lie.ng shu^^nted beyond tbe city iimiis, the tramps^who have taken possession of it are safe^from police interference and do about as^they please. In the crowd are said to be^a couple of lays nut yet in their teens^hut fully as haruened as their elder com^^panions. The sugReation has been made^by those residing in that neighborhood^that it might not be a bad idea lor tbe^sle r fl* s forces to raid tbe den and rid tbe^locality of the uneaviry gang.
LlKc TO LiVe. IN JAIL.
Wesell heaters lor So and upwards. H.^J. Uluute, 78 West Park street.
TwoMen Who Are l-ond of Ihe t'esapaay^ol Mi-r ff Llnyif.
BfTTK,Nov 19^Not to exceed two or^thr.-e days a:.-o John Anderson and Frank^White were discharged from Ihe county^jail, where White has spent the greater^purl of his lime during the last two years,^snd they did not take kindly to being^pushed out into the cold world. Their^minds wandered back to tho warm quur^it-rs autl tho plentiful ^grub^ they had^left behind, and at once began to lay^plana to get back. This morning be^^tween II and 4 o'clock they were^around Galena and Wyoming stn eta,^trying to aell n lot of c gars,^for which they asked only $2, although^worth a great deal more. Tiny nlao hail^seven cans of oyster*, for which ihey^tried to ob'ain a purchaser. After visit^^ing several sul ^ons in their elf oris lo di ^^pstse of Ihe goods-, they ran afoul of Offi^^cers Donavon, ^cott and Hooper, who,^knowiug the men, suspected mat they^had stolen the art hi las and arrested them^on suspicion. Later t n the officer* dis^^covered the store of the Cali^^fornia Commission company in Fast^l'ark struct ha 1 been entered and^ono of the men connected with^the store idcntifled the goods found in^ihe possession ol White and Anderson^as bcloiig,nj to the linn. The till had^also been tapped snd 14 in silver coin^stolen. The cigurs were contained in a^traveling man's sample case and were^valued al i75 Eutrauce to tbe store wns^effected throuzh the front door, which^the nu n in charge of tbe store say was^locked its usual last night when the place^was closed for the day.
Achai ge of burglary in the flrat degree^has been entered against the prisoners.
FORTHE COMPLAINANT.
JutlgsMrMurphey's Declslna la ths Cass^Against Dau McKsnsie.
Bttte, Nov. 19 ^This afternoon Judge^McMurphey rendered a decision in tee^esse of the Stato vs. Dan McKenxie, tried^yrsterdny. McKeuzie was arrested on^complaint of Ben Degruhart for driving^stock not his own from a range, which^under the suite laws is dtsignaled as a^misdemeanor and punishable as such^The defense set up was that tho stock iu^question slleged to hsve bi en driven off^mil not belong to the complainant, but^was the property of 1. Clowes Miles, in^whose employ the dctetidant was st the^time of the commission ot the offense,^no denial being made of the alleged^removal of stock, a mare, which boh^Degenbart and Miles claim. Deginhart^claimed to have owned the marc for a^number of years, and several witnesses^tesiiiltd lo having seen heron bis range^near Pipestone Springs for at least sis^years. Miles test ft -d that it was about^that long ago when he lost the mare, and^was unable to Hud her uutil quite re^^cently, when be heard of her being on^in gen Pan's range, and sent McKcnsie to^drive her home.
1h'J court held that tbotdefense had^made out no case, and filled McKensie^SdO and all costs, and ordered the man ,^valued at about rt6U, to Ira restored to the^complainant. Notice of appeal waa^given.
ANEW wrinkle.
MitelCars Id ths City IVill Us Bested liy^Klreirielty.^BfTTK.Nov. 19^Ever since cold weather^has set iu much complaint has been made^about the chcuileaa and uncomfortable^condition of tho street cara. Both the^cable antl electric cars have been without^heating apparatus of any kind, ends ride^iu either has been anything but a pleas^^ure trip. In other respects tho service^ri tiocred by the company has been^equally defective, probably dun to^the long illness of the general man^^ager. Mr. Woolston. Keliel, how i ver, is^promised, anil the promise is being cai-^m il out. Tlie cable cars are being over^^hauled as lap dly as possible atld stoves^have been ordered for all of them. The^cars of the electric hues are lo be healed^by electricity and nn elevtrician is now^on his way from the East to install the^new device. Ihe apparatus to be used^consists of coils of German silver wire of^gr at resistance which w ill be placed tin^^ner IM seats snd will receive Ihe current^from the trolley wire in the same manner^that tbe current is conducted to the^motors.
WalhsrvllleNntos.
Walkslivn.i.i:, Nov. 19.^John Berlace,^the man w ho w as arrested for stesling a^cook stove fiom the Moulton contpsn^will have a heating Saturday ruortiiug.
Thedemocrats have decided lo hold no^primaries or caueua this year.
HORSES, MULES. CARTS, ETC..^J'ur sale Cheap,
Ihave for aale a lot of horses, mules^dump carts atid harness; also complete^boarding house outfit, including range,^kitchcn utensils, etc., all of which will be^disposed of at n bargain.
Applyto J. T. Carroll, Front etroei.^Anaconda, or ^^ East Granite street^Hutle. '
Kingup telephone for the patent^weather stripa on your doors and win^^dows to keep out the cold and smoke. H^J. II.uni. , 78 West Park.
Ifyou want to read the best newspapc^printed in Montana, subscribe for the^STAifiiAKD. It isin Bulls beforedsybreak^every morning.
TRIALSOF_AN OFFICER
PutStreet Hucksters Wbo Insist Upon^Disobeying the Lai.
OBSTRUCTINGTHE STREET
TelephonePoles Ornamented With^Hindquarters of Veniaon and^Choice Fowl^Policeman Du-^heme a Worried Man,
BtTTE,Nov. 19.^Tho rivalry existing^between the hucksters on ths south side^of West Park slreet is so strong that^sometimes it almost nun.tints to fierce^^ness, ami in their eagerness to boom bus-^nes^ tin y nut infrequently ignore the^rights and privileges of the public. No'. !^content with the spare they rent from th ^^owits of buildings they occupy as stores,^they try to utii'x ^ all outdoors for the^display of their wares aud blockade ilia I^Sidewalk with boxes, bales, barrels and^olbcr truck, to the total disregard of the^convenience and rights of p destriuns.
Tokeep the emerprising ^green groc^^ers ' in check, it has been found necei-^ssry to detail a policeman specially for^that part of town, who*,) principsl duty is^to keep the sidewalk clear and free of ob-^s true I ions. Officer Dilheltie is tlie Ullfoi-^tuuatc lean selected for ill a' tltitv and he^finds it anything but pleasant. N ^ mat^^ter how often he nrih rs ebitructing boxes^and barrela removed be general y finds^s, in other obs.riiciloti blockading the^walk ou his return, and he is compelled^to ^go for^ some one again. Of^so fiequent occurrence are these in^^fractions of the ordinance which^it is his duty to enforce, that^some times he is almost dnvi n to ill--^traction slid threatened with insun! y.^To h-ar him exposiu'ate and thrtaten is^emitting to outsider-, but to the officer^himself it is anything hut i le.isanc 1 his^afternoou he cleared me sidewalk us^usual a half a d^ sen times and calculated^that his troubles h id ended for the day.^lint he was ni.s.aken. From force cf^habit he made another rnund of^ihe block shortly afterward and^found that one of the huckster* had^translormed telephone, ami other poles^in front of his shop into racks faf dis^^playing meat and ornamented tliera with^steaks, htiui-qtiarters, loins ami other^Iragiuenla ol veiueon, with hem and^there an occasional buck or a cmcken as^a son of Hiigro ^ work. Duhcme then did^gel mad and les language be tittei-e 1^was ^fi'^ quetit and iiaiiu'ul to bear.^ 11^^wants to trade his club for a ^att ling gun,^wh cli ho says is me only w-apou thai^will make any impression on Park stixei^huckster*.
Kingup teiephone for the latent^Weather strips on your doors and win^^dows lo kee|j out the cold and smoko. ii^J. li.u nt, 78 vVesl l'ark.
Therewill be a social dance at Cale^^donia hall,corner Mircuryuntl Montana,^Friday evening, Nov. LIO.h. All respiclL-^b e people invited.
B.J. Blume of 78 West Park street has^fl iii lied the t on tract of pulling the patent^weather strip*- on all tin- doors and win^^dows of the An.ic ^nda ^ fllces.
Puvilinuskating rink open from 1! to
4:lfi p. m., and 7 to 10 p. in. L-Atiiei.'
skales free, seat Dalles), ssasistaar.
JFyou shave yourself you will^be interested to know that^our assortment of Razors is^larire, comprising only^those of such quality that^we can and do guarantee^each one. We also have^everything in Straps,^Brushes. Cups, Bid In^Focket Knives, we carry in^variety and number of pat^^terns more than all the^other stock; of Butte com^^bined Scissors, from the^.mallest thing used in em^^broidery to thus.; used by^coupon cutters and paper^hangers.
HIGHT^ FAIRFIELD,
JEWELERS.
winterOvercoats
THECOLD SNAP has come. Winter^is here. How about an Oxercoat^ You^want one and here are the newest and
bestin
' MELTONS, KERSEYS,^CHINCHILLAS,^BEAVERS, ETC.
Good,serviceable garmtn's, well made and^trimmed. Each and all of the Ixst possible value.^Save money by buying one oi these cold ex^^cluders.
JACKI ROST has no terrors for^one who is protected by good, warm^clothing. We think we have the best^in town and the price, why ! It is as^nothing compared with some we have^heard ot
Doyou know the difference be^^tween one of our stylish suits and a^similar one made by custom tailors^^We'll tell you It s just about thirty^dollars, ice what we have before you^pay that extra thirty!
UNDERWEAR:
Nowis the time to buy. The assortment we
haveis unsurpassed. All weights, all qualities, all^sizes. One price^the lowest.
n I H ENNESSY
. Vj 11 MERCANTILE CO.
BL'TTE,MONTANA.
rax;
MONTANAPRODUCE Co.
iJ.6. BUTLER. Agent.)
UKALKltSIM
HAY,GRAIN AND GOAL,
Officeof BROWN'S TRANSFER.
RockSprings. Blacksmith, Arizona and Front Streets, South Butte.
a'dHonnFyiyanla Hard Coal.Telephone 44.
MitchellWagons and Extras.
Promptand' Efficicni AtUndince. Wholesale and Retail Dea'er in Cfltj^dertakees' Sutt/t. s. Bodies Car.mlly Embalmed and i^hipoed^to all farts of the L'nited Smtt* and Europe.
LADYASSISTANTS.
tftalaj tod Kigtii.
telephoneNo. 57.
ILTIE,KOSI.
Ilk*swa'k nn FAST I'AltK sTMUR to |h!^ jiopnHr lv-ir- II Is I'.un.csr.^Kcor I'ar.or Hi Hulls lo |assa j' - im:.: evening .No li.n,' lull
FIRSTCLASS LIQUORS AND CIGARS
r^-kil'l in Mask. Ita WMs SSWS ar* stkaattva Is the rami o: natrons Mi^I roiusX in rxeciutiJK i ran
VOCALAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT EVERY EYEUN
J.H. CORDON. PROPRIETOR. 42 EHST PHRK ST.

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