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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23. i8jt
THEBUTTE OFFICE Ofthe STANDARD Is In the^New Windsor Hotel Annex. No.^21 East Broadway. The Tele^^phone number Is 25S. ACtr-rtiwimn'*^ill I^^ iwtM m th^ Hills^erne* n! Hi* M iMtm tiil ^ o'clock^p W. (^^t HMMlH the folia's- 1117 i: ' - rst^e:. H.rSt a mm km it ileiivarsu lo Hull* rubtci ia-^^ iiesil) ever) nioiauiv- BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. onTAX A rUNTRAi. Arrive. M.Paul Express H-lensArromiiKKlatinn Cto p.m.^II 40 .1.111. Ma. in. ::4ft 11.111. CIOS i NO, AM. AllKI\ Al. ^r MAIM iArrived i Sia Maillor California and, f-40p.m. in*Kont hern natal ^. ..f-aakjB.1 idaa.ni. Mail(or but \ u M ^.'. Ky I s :^i p in Maillor Kant via M. t\ Ky,:jup.in (-ifi p.in' Malllor \\ ev v.a V p. Kv|1 f-lli-.m. BUTTE CURRENT NOUS. WadeChilcot ot Helena ia in ilie city.^J. B. Crow was up from Dillon yester^^day. ThomasB^ nnctt of San Francisco is^in town. John1'. Dyas of Groat Falls is visiting^Butte friends. Mr.and Mrs. ('. U. Duress of Oak^land, I al., are sursts at the MrUcruiott DamonIcnij;.-, K of 1*., will ronftr tip.^first rank vo-uikIii. All knights arc wel^^come. Thesale of seals for the i ncaci m n t of^the ( ark-ion. Opsra cuiupauy will open^to-Uay. JiplgeHerbert will orrupy the seat of^Judge McMurphey to-il.iy in tliu trial of^Kilty Lee, charged with peijury. C.E. Brown, pre mi km of the Cooks^and Waiter*' union of Hutte, will pay^Ansconda a V.sit the ci tiling week for^the purpose of or.ru n z ng a union at that^place. Thereshould be it large turnout to-night^at the social eiitrrlainiiient to he g.v. n^by Silver How lodge, No. 11. A. O. U. W.,^at the hull in Wulkerville. A viry pleas^^ant time is asaureu all. W.H. Eddy desires to return his sincere^thanks to the inuny friends and neigh^^bors for their kind tympaihy mid nasisl-^ance rendered on tne oicasioti of the^sickness and funeral ^ f his latu wife. HisBIO CH .Mi.. JohnOlterion'a IVeuurir Actloas tlir^Cium of His Arr.'ti.^BiTTF., Nov. ^j ^ Luie latt night a man^appeared ut tin- corner of Main and l'.irk^sireets who luauitesied unniistakubio^signs of intaiiity. l arl ..f Ins action*^cons av^l of rtiiiniiig a uliori distance und^than btop and laugh as if his risibilities^had bet ii moved to the highest degree^by some uiuiMially Inili-Tnim or humor^^ous subject. Suddenly Ins eiplosious^would n-ut-i', atpl oe w ..am begin to run^in u cuc.e and cuiislantle tula to bun-^tell. II ^ u| pruatlied tifiirt-r Scott mid^asked him to join u large i-clieme he said^he had on foot. '1 lie tchoiue was noli;-^nig more tl.an to buy un imnii'iiso nuni-^ber ot mule--, which in- sum GoU had lor^sale, ami engage in hauling ore to the^smeller*. He next MM in- |iuu walked^li. ni t at.ada to Initio to work in a^smeller and claimed ainlo j i-t then^without moi.ey he Mould soon be rich, as^be could nve witliout sleeping or eating^and inteuiled to work continuously with^^out slopping for food or rest. '1 nis and^similar other talk coiiv.ii- .1 the titllccr^that the man was demented and he^locked him uu in ihe rnuniy jail. Tin^^man gave bis ii.nip- nt John (liiersou. ALMlbI A F . i AL BLUNDER. MieltaslMullin Striou.iy lijarcil at lite^t. i in hi i ia .Mint*.^Blllt, Nov. ^J*.1 ^A false signal was the^cause of a pain I ill accident to Michael^Muslin at lip- t.aiiilieiia mine this after^^noon. He had sti-ppi'd on the cage at^the .'5 -foot level intending to go down to^the out! leve!. Instead of ringing to drop^tlie cage, Xltillin rang it tin, and as he^stepped on liotni, tlieear ipiickly siartod^upwards, throwing linn .11 his balaiieo^and precipitating Mm to lite bottom of^the shaft into the sump, a distance of M^feet. His cries lor b-li^ drew several^miners, who wire near ihe stutpin to tlie^spot. He ^ as takt ii to the sutf ice mi l^CMivoyetl to the Slater*' hospital. Ur.^Monroe aticniltd the njiriil uiaii, and^found no had sustained st vere wouilils.^His left lig was broken below the knee^and Ins right ankle was traeiured. H^will be some fix or eight weeks before^Mullin wnl bo out again. DEADTOUGH. Fraak Miller MM MM OOlceri a Little BSfMfJM BiTTENnv. 'Ii ^This afternoon l^e|e^my MiiT.lt llaiiku-y saw a man in l .tst^Park street who wan ti^ ing to kirk in the^door of a saloon. The officer ordered bun^to desist ami was n-paid by receiving a^blow ui.der the ear that staggered turn.^Policemen UiMM and l atitwell fort^^unately were near by and went to the as^^sistant); of (he deputy, who had clinched^witb tbe man and waa trying to place him^under arrest. 'Ihe fellow fought like a^^lemon, aud swore that lie would never lie^arrested by all ib^ ^ Ulcers in christen-^^h in, and al ads it decidedly lively lor the^officers. F ti tily iho deputy managed to^slip his handcuffs on the lellow an 1^stopped his further resistance. The fellow^said his name was Frank Mil.or aud thai^be was ^dead tough.'' Asmall Mrs.^Bin*. Nov. 22 - As breakfast was be^^ing prepared in the kitchen of the South^^ern hotel this morning, u Isme pan of^grease on the rangi caught lire and tint^blaze shot up to the ceiling. The night^ch rk summoned aid from the lire bouse^across th- street, and a few pulls of water^cxtiiigun-hed the bliio. Kingup telephone 6^ for the patent^weather strips o:i your doors and win^^dows to keep out the cold aud nui Ue. II^J. Biume, 7n tVesi 1'ark. 1.Mt Alarge leather wallet containing paid^I ills Itclo igiiig to i,.ii ^ Bird Mining com^^pany. Finder will k in lly leave same ut^Hoge. Urownlee 4 11 i.'s bsuk- H.J. Blunie of 78 West Patk street has^fli.i boil the contract of putting the patent^weather strip* on all the doors ai.d win^^dows of the Aliuc Jhda ^!! .-. TOPICSOFJTHE TOWN AldermenWill Iai^sUga:e the Evils of^Heap Roasting. AFTERTHE CONCERT HALLS TheWay Thoy arc Conducted Will^b^ Looked Into^A China^^man's Oath^A Dog'* Good^Dinner. F.fTTK,Nov. 1^.^To-ir.rrrow afternoon^the mcmlicrs cf the city council are to in^^vestigate the suecest or failuro of the^nholition of heap masting. At the invi^^tation of Captain Thomas Couch of tin1^BMMfJ ,V Moutaiiit, the council w ill visii^the heap ronsis at Mcadervillp for the^purp ise ^ f determ ning so far asposs.b e^w hether the ^keUtitM of henp roastu g has^resulted in any less smoke. Op Ii oits^differ in this mailer as on cvory.r.h.-r^mailer that comes before- tne people of^Htlttr. There are Ml who say MM m^tpiieof the fact IhM theru has been a^good deal ot stuck^ at nines, yet on the^whole there has I cm less smoke than^during any nioutbof Aov -mher for years.^Oe tne oiin-r hand ii is claimed that th.rc is^Hod fferetiee whatever, rtndthalthe*mole^has been just as thick, jusl as fnqijcnt,^and just us virulent as ever, ll wi.l be^conoeile I by all that while the ubolitioti^of beau roasting may an 1 in nil proba^^bility does result III less smoke, yet it^will uot be sullicicin of itself to relieve^Butte, and liir.her measures will bo^ncci'ssury. MavorMueller says he will uot allow^the proposed investigation of the beer^balls lo slop short. At the last meeting^be proposed th it the council investigate^the Clipper Shades and other beer h.nU^agiinsi w hich complaints have I ecu^mode. No member .if th^ council, how^^ever, olleri-il any suggestions on the MPe^j^ct. The mayor sit-s h^ w ill bring iht^matter up again al ihe next council meet^^ing. Uniteis a had town for prohibitionists,^it is related that the entire 49 witnesses^f^ r the contestants from 1-iwa ill the Da^^vis will ease were pri ll bittotiists. Ill 7^were given upai tmeiits ut the Scott house.^Henry A. It ^oi gavo insli ucnons thai all^l tpiors ano beer desired by lie* will] -sses^should lie furnished them and the bill^sent in to him. Understanding that nil^were i rohibiiionists. it was not stiiipoHetl^that tlieir tleuisuds woiiid make even a^ptnholu in the Davis millions. The bill,^however, amounted to f.ti), mid it was^stated that all bill on^ of the ill w ituessi s^decided that prohibition didn't go while^they went in Montana. Thecontempt and disregard enter^^tained by Chinamen for the sanctity und^binding character of the oath taken by^civilised people in courts of law is well^known, and for that reason only little re-^bunco is usually p a-.- d upon the testi^^mony g.v. u by the follow, riof Confucius.^A Chinaman may hold tip h.s right hand^and call on God to witness that be is tell^^ing Ihe truth, and yet lie at a rate that^would mitke the father of Ilea blush to^hear him. When a Chinaman does want^to tell the truth and clinch it with an^oath he cuts i ff a chicken's hea I and^swears by the blood that is^flowing from the chicken. Several^oases are on record In western^courts where judges have taken that^moth id of compelling Chinese witnesses^to tell tbo truih, sometimes even after^they had been sworn in the usual way^aud had given testimony, and the stones^they then told were altogether d.ffvrent^from the first, and what is more, the evi^^dence given on the blood of a eh.cken^always stood unshaken. Judge McMur-^|^hey, whose long acquaintance with Chi^^nese has made him familiar with tn-ir^customs and superstitions, thinks seri^^ously of obtaining ^ chicken and trying^the exi^crimcut tried hjr oth r courts h i^very first t ms that he is called upon^again to swear a Chinese witness. Whenthe Ml n Is of the Cl inainan ai -^rested last Friday for shooting uuothcr^Joss worshipper called on Judge McMur-^nhey to secure tbe fellow's r- lease on^h nds, they gave an insight into the di-^feuse it is proposed to set up when the^shooter is nlaci-d on trial. They will Irovethai Jin shot himself uud estnb-^ish an alibi fir Slung, the shooter,^whom they claim was in another plaice^and sound asleep. A gentleman who^was In court when Smug's friends^made the statimetil MsM nnd^said that it reminde 1 htm of u ease tint^oecin reil several years ago when U. w^^Slapletoti, was retained to defend a^Chinaman Accused of some crime. Mr.^.'-t,iplot.in asken Ins client if he had any^witnesses and promptly the answ er was^made, ^Bow many you want^^ Being^told that three or lour would be innisfh^the Chinaman replied. ''All light. Me^get'cm, I) it you want moali me gel 'eiuj^two, ll- e doxcll, jcsl as many us you^wantee. Perhapsyou have never noticed it, b it^it is a faol, nevertheless, that a person^walking along the sireel or sidew alk who^stubs bis toe against an ol j ct^always stops, turns around and looks^back lo see what ii was. Last night a^couple of men were standing in one of^the doors of Boyce's store, in front of^which wus a particularly alippery spot^thai caused almost everybody who^who stepped upon it to slip or fall. One^of them who hail frequently obseived ibe^piculiarity referred to mentioned it to his^cotiipaiiion.iindtliiallynffer.il to bet u^small Inn lie that seven out of i very eight^persons that slipped there would stop and^look al the place. 1 he I'd was taken und^both began to watch. The first person^to com * along that way was a well^dressed ladv. Suddenly one of her dainty^little feet flew cut from tin 'or her, a^feminine. shriek follow, d, and she sud^^denly found herself silting down. As^soon as she oou'd she arose, looked al^the spot und walked away, while the^onset vine individual oofluted ^^one.^ N- tl^came a dapper dude, lie didn't fall, but^lie gut un aw lul wrench and the man^connled ^two.^ A In nainan with a^basket lull of clothes was third, and as he^gather'd himself anil Ins bundles togutiirt-^u hi trotted of ^three*' was counted ny tin^^man. So It continued until fully a m i u^persons had passed, and the two MM ad-^j aimed to the nearest saloon and the^small bottle speedily disappeared. Yesterdayafternoon a lady c.tnying a^small parcel was walking along West^Broadway followed by it good sii.-d Irish^setter dog. Close behind was a man who^was also followed by the same^kind of a dog. The lady's tioj^slopncd to examine some obj ^ct that hud^attracted his attention and soon fell st me^distance iieljintl Probably al o prompted^by dog curiosity Hie mail's dog ran ahead^of his masti r and got close to the lady.^'1'hn latter stopped, uud nnw rapping the^parcel she was carrying, took out the^content*, which proved lo M a generous^slice of meat, and with a ^Hero Jack, is^your dinner,^ she dropped the meat la^the sidewalk without looking back, not^know ing that Jack was far behind. The^man's nog promptly picked up the meat,^and as tin- lust hH was disappearing ilown^his throat ihe lady happened lu look buck anilsaw that it was not Jack, but another^dog that he had fed. At Urst she ap^^peared inclined to gel nngry, but the Hu^^mor of 'he occasion ^ v.dentiy (oreed it^^self upon h^r. and with a merry laugh^she walked away. But Jack lost bis du.-^ncr. MONbY FuOWtD 'HOUND. Openingof a lt-anrt for tbe Kut.rtalo^MMf of ^hs Colored r. Iks. Brnii,Nov. 22 ^Jack Dowd's saloon is^threatened with a loss of its colored pat^^ronage. A new place has been opened^which promises to ab^orl^ the attention^and shekels of the colored sports and^furnish them with amusement in another^direction. The new attraction is a^^roon^ coi.ci rt hall, the first i v^ r to be^opened in Butte and probably the only^one of its kind in tbo state. It was opened^last night and is situated in South Wy^^oming street*. In a general way the place^dots not tl It r from the other concert^nails of tlie city, except for the sable^color of its cfciipnnis. The barteriiier,^^bouncer ' and ^lailiet^ are all of mid^^night darkness and the interior of the m-^loon 1 ^ ks alii.i:t as rht erlul as a coal^^emtio as iar us color goes. The^only bit ^^f shad ng to r^-^lit ve the f.ilierral hue of the^place are the iirht iiulr and fair skill of^the pi n i | l.ji-i, lor that functionary is^n while man. Ail else isdark und sombre.^O ci urso the saloon is mutinied particu^^larly as a resort for people of color, but^the whiles are not hnrrcd and arc toler^^ated ^j-st a* long as dey behaves dem-^selvos,'' as a very bluek man with an n-^tremely loud suit of clothes t xpressod ii^last night. V ute a sprinkling of white^men w re pr sent at the ded calory exei-^rtscs, but n was plainly to be seen that^they wi v trv-rc by loieranco nnd not in^the c.p icily of honored gu^sts, as they^forme ^ little groups to themselves in cor^^ners of the room und talked in subdued^tones. Matters lor once were n v.Tsed^and the color line was drawn in ultxlier^way Wh-u the rcporu-r entered tlie white^pianist was trying hard to play uu ac^^companiment to a song with which^a fat colon d man was struggling.^There appeared to b i a woeful lack of^harmony between the singing and the^aic nipaiiiinoiit. Whether through the^fault of the accompanies! or th ^ perver^^sion ^ f the ivi rco.it which Ihe MM hud^on his aim the rtporter is notable to say.^The coat insisted on shilling from the^aim on which it was hanging every time^th'.- singer sttuck a high note, compelling^linn to clu c.i the refractory garment,^and drop a handlul of notes aud several^hues tuili time. Just as a calam.iy^seemed inevitable, a man with a bat j ^^appear, i , and USB trouble was ii stantiy^over. The piuuo p'tiyerceated his thump^^ing utnl, lie tvas compelled to g.v.' way lo^ihe bin j ^ist. The overcoat louid u res-^ing place on the back of a convenient^chair. Tiuk-a-liiig-ii-toag, sounded the^bat j ^, and il.o song began lo roil from^the corpulent g nth-man s throat like^molasses fr. in a ju^, and Ui ^ floor shook^as the crowd began to ^beat*' in unison^with the music. When the fun was ut^Its la u bt Josephine GodchcuuX sud^^denly stalked into tlie room^und behind In r was ^Kelly the Coon.^ A^dcaih-liko s.h'iicc followed at once. 1) it 's no use talaing. Dis placo ia^hoodooed now, siiuh,^ exclaimed un ex^^cited, lanky, pumpkio-color-d gentleman.^'Dos - peoplo is naff to queeah any sa^^loon.^ His melancholy prediction, how^^ever, uppcatcl destined to go without fui^^lliineii', tor in a few minutes the ^iioo-^doos^ left and a new crowd cf whiles and^blacks entered, and the girls were soon^filing abi ut w itii trays filled with glasses^c m tain in- drnks of a more or less doubt-^lul quail y. Liter on one of the ^ladies Jh.heai'il to observe thai ^de opening^as a gr.-tuliterous success and ino .ey^nioah dan flowed around. SHOULDFAVOR BAN FRANCISCO WhatJohs Msgalre Kays About th* 14c.^publican National Convention. Bcitk,Nov. 22 ^Manager John Ma-^gttire, as a republican, to-day said ho^hoped that Motitana's delegatos would^certainly go for San Francisco, first, last^and nil the time. ^Tbo only ties that^bind us to Minnesota,'' he said, ^are rail^^road tics, no other; with California ii is^different, it is a mining state, California^capital ia giving employment to thou-^sands of people in this state, and Cal -^forma is pronounced in favor of free sil^^ver. Win-in vor Moutana should expect^aid, i nher in congress or the TJnibd^States senate, Montana's represent.^-^lives would assuredly look for a:d^in carrying through all meas^^ures regarding her interests from the rep^^resentatives of California much quicker^than from Mill not olts. Montana und all^other silver producing states bad no^greu'er opponent to free coinage than the^late Senati r YYiudi lit, w hose words are I^even yet heading editorials as texts in i^some ontl-silesr Journals. What greater^enemy to Montana's int-rests in this n -^sped is thire in the whole country than^the 1'iuneer l'nst of St. Paul, and yet,^forsooth, they want Montana's vole. 1^Tuit the honorable gentleman who is^representing the republicans of Montana^will con-doer the interests of Montana^and allow that while charitable in ueariy^all things we are not in the humor to r,-^turn oooil tor evil. Molilalia demands^San Francisco for the next republican na^^tional convention. Itl.d OnFriday, Nov. 2 ^,after a linger ingillnef s, Aral ella, the beloved wife of^David S. Matthew. The funeral will lake^place from her late resilience. 147 Falls.i^avenue, on Monday, Nov. 23, ltttl, at 12:.'0^o'clock. Interment at Jiff-rson. Mont.^A special train will run from Ibe Montana^Central railway and motor line crossing^ut 1 o'clock p. in. sharp, friends of the^family urc respectfully invited to attend. Beforebuying, call and cEamine our^laru'e and complete slock of heulers. H.^J. limine. 7H West Park street. l'assengersdestined to points east of^the Missouri rivor should bear ill mind^the 1 nion 1'aoitle railway carries tecotid^cAss passengers on fast express trains^i quipped with elegant free rirliniug^choir ears and allows stop over privib-gea^at all the principal cities in tlie West, in^^cluding Suit Like City, Ogdeh, Denver,^Kansas City and Omaha. Heatingstoves ure going iff at a lively^rate, but we still have an elegant ussort-^mctii. II. J. Blunie, 78 West Park strict Theverdict of the people is that the^BTaPDABD is Montana's best uewspaptr.^Try it for a month. Forchoice article of^Hock ^spring- Coal^cull up Montana Produce company.^Telephone 44. TheStandard has more reailors than^any rival newspaper read in Bulte by^many hundreds. Try it for your adver^^tising. I'isiioTuning. I.onveordora for \V. A Smith at K. H.^Sherman's or ^ ith Van ^ irtwn 4 Rein harts Theve d.ct of the people is that ihe^Stamiakd .h Montana's b at ncwspai or.^1 ry r. lor a month Popularexcursions to San F'i'niie sco^Los Angeles and other points in Ca.nor^^ma are run over the L'ni. n Pacific. MONGOLIANSMUST GO illLabor Organ zi'ions Unite in tbe^Ami-Chinese Cotcdsdi TRADES^ LABOR ASSEMBLY An Important Meeting Held and^tho Action of the Working-^men's Union Strongly^Endorsed. Buni., N^-v. 22 ^At the meeting of the^Silver liow Trades and Labor assembly^last evening it was decided to boycott^all those firms employing Chinese labor^two we. k- from to-duy. This uction of^the Trades and L' Ii .r asst mbly confirms^the movement agaiust the Chinese in this^city. 1'hi- assembly is composed of dele^^gates from i very labor union in Silver^Bow c unity. There are 1!0 odd unions^aud cut h is r^ presented proportionately^to its iiiernbcrsh'p. Kaeh union was^heard fr^ in on the sul 1 et through its^delegates, and it is stated mat the feeling^was una' imous in favor of the move^^nt- nt. N ^ separate action, so far as can^be learned, has been taken by lite indi^^vidual unions wnli the ^ xceptiou of the^Workinginen's uu.ou. This union bas^taken the lead in the m titer and tho^Trades and Labor assembly, by its ac^^tion to-night has endorsed the war. Itis stated I y labor union men that there^will be no lack of white lab jr to tuke the^p'nees of the Chinese. It is estimated^that more than half the people of Butte^tniploy l him so lab ^r or paucnise Ch.-^he e labor in MMf form. 'I In re are a^good many who dccluro that tin y will not^attach gfl their Chinese help in any ov-'lil,^While ethers are already figuring on get^^ting while Help in place of their Chinese^emp'n yis. Tho Southern hotel has al^^ready ' iniug-td while help, and the Mc-^Derinoit liou-1, it is state ;, has sent Fast^for w hite cooks. There is likely lo b ^^moro trouble in laundries than anywhere^else, us there are lew laiit-^dries in the city except those^^ un by Chineso. It it claimed^that Ihe CiUaees restaurants have ul^reai y fell the ^ ff ct i f the declartlion of^wiir. An employe al olio of die principal^bindi ring establishment* m town says^tnut ilreucy ihe supplies to Chinese ret-^luuratits are only utioiil two-thir ls whui^th 'y were a week ugo. llis expected that the war will b^ n^protracted one. WorKingi'ien who hav.-^be^ n ciiimg at the Chinese restaurants^UitXj already stopped, and liiose^who have been keeping waich^of these restaurants report that^union men have ceas -d patron x ng^them uimost to a man. So fur as cull be^leurned the Cottseea are not having tow-n^ill ae# large numbers as yet, and u can^^not be lcurr.cd tnat they have any notion^of what tho war is all about. Antfforlisto be made to have lie^movement extended lo the other oit'es^and towns of Molilalia, so tint wh^n tie-^migration ot liie Mongolians Itegtus it^wul not slop at any pni.n this side of the^Montana boundaries. Sealplush newmarket Duringthe present end coming week we^offer a lot of CHOICE t-LUSH NKW-^M ARRETS at less than our usually low figures. Thesegoods are perfectly fresh, but we cut the^price so that the 150 wraps may be sold in the^next lew days. Newmarkets that were ^45 are^marked down to S30. Another line cheap at ^50^will go at S40. This is a chance seldom offered. iAlaska Seal Hereis an opportunity to procure the finest of^fur at twenty-five per cent, less than last year ^^prices. NOVELTIESIN LadiesJackets and Wraps HOKsts. IV.ULr-s,. CAHfa, ETC.. Wutbah- ^ In m|i. 1have for sale a lot cf imrs ^^, mules^dump carts and honiess; also complete^hoarding house rutllt. including range,^kitchen utensils, etc., all of tvh oh will be^disposed of M a b .r'am. Applyto J. T. 1 arroll. Front street.^Anaconda, or 30 Last Cirauito street,^Buuc. Pavilionskating rink open from 2 to^4:30 p. m., and 7 to 10 p. in. Ladies'^skatca free. Joe Dalton, manager. Duringthe past week or two our sales have^been unu^iaily lar.;e. We sold dozens of the^choicest garments that ever came to Butte.^Why ^ Because they were rioht in style, right^in fit, right in quality, right in price. Wewired for more. They came by express.^Come in and see them. H I HENNESSY . VkJ 1 1 MERCANTILE CO. BUTTE,i\\0NT*ANA. MONTANAPRODUCE Co. (J.S. BUTLER. Agent. Illa lrus 1m HAY.GRAIN AND GOAL. Officeof BROWN'S TRANSFER. RockSprirtRS. Blacksml'h, Arizona *nJ Front Streets, South Euttt.^an^J Pennsylvania Hard Coal.TaJepheae 44- MitchellWagons and Extras. havesomething^no family should^be without. It is^Lamb's l:ye Shield Any^one driving in dust or^wind, ereiy engineer,^fireman and brakeman^should have ope. No^obstruction to view.^LM.t comfortable and^cheap. 7s cents. HIGHT^ FAIRFIELD, JEWELERS. Fiv/:t^t and Efficient Attendance. Wliolcuilc ^md Retail Dea'. r in Un-.^dcriakcrs' Sulfites. Hcdics Carcin'Jy Embalmed and jjkjpjtd^io ail farts ot the United State: an I Europe. LADYASSISTANTS. Ufali] tod KigliL ItlephoaeNo. 57. BUIIE,KOHl TheModel Jukeavii.cn HA*T I'AKK t-TKI'fcr lo this iiopnl ir rc^'^rt It i^ dl! ll ^r. livii1'uvlin rj I.ails lu |ii^s :i |' i a^^ii. evening Ii :l. but FIRSTCLASS LIQUORS AND CIGARS sirkti'l.1 siiv.;. Hi* *: Ifrv.-s a * H.'t ! v.. lo thf Vattta of lutroniail inini.t k i saratsag i r.u ii. VOCALAND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT EVERY EYEMlNd J.H. CORDON, PROFRIETOR. 42 EAST FKRK ST.