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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1891.
INTHE DISTRICT COURT InterestingGases Before the Judges of^the Two Departments. HIGHWAYMENARRAIGNED ThugsWho Hold Up Citizens at^the Shrine of Justice-^New Cases Com^^menced. BlI'll, Dee. 1.^The men Catgrovo,^Burke and Henry, or SpnrkN. were drought^before Juilgc 1'eiiilxrtoii for trial on the^charge of robliing B. A. Leclforcl some^time ago. Judge Keithley np|m^iu-c^l for^Cosgrove and liled an ualduvit setting^forth reasons for asking a continuance^Until the next term of court. The affi^^davit related that an important witness^named Thomas Steven* is now in Salt^Lake City and that it is impossible to get^him here in time for the present term.^The defense expected to prove an alibi by^Stevens, and show that the whole night on^which the rolila-ry was alleged to have^been committed the three accused men^were not in the vicinity at all. Attorney^Vines, for Henry und Burke, presented^similar affidavits,and Ulgstl that as the^state had already had Seoi it i nual 111*bs^^cause of the absence of u witness, the de^^fense should lie grantL*d one on the same^irr^iimils. County Attorney Baldwin was^w illing to have the case continued but^wanted it to Iw tried at the present ti i in.^The court did not think it could lie dune^und continued the case until the January^term. JudgePemlierton then discharged the^jury until next Monday morning, us then*^were no other cases set for trial, and^lie informed the county uttomoy that^unless new informations are tiled this^week the jury would Is^ discharge! for^good. The attorney promised to lite at^least a half dozen more in a day^or two. and be at once sent to the jailor^for a list of the prisoners now ill jail^awaiting trial. The list was furnished^anil shows that there are still seven cases^(hero as follows: Andrew Larson, grand^lmt'cnv: Thomas Muhoncv. destroying^city property I Dan McC.irl hey. cutting;^J. S. Ross, ussault; Kittic Ivcc. perjury;^Kiigeue StiiT, forgery, and Edwin Stone,^gland larceny. J.S. lioss was brought in to plea in the^charge against him and said ^not guilty.^^His bail was lived at ^.^.l*^. and he says he^can give it. He is the fellow who slabbed^a mini with nn ice pick. Kittyl,ee was also asked to plead to the^chai*ge of |M'rjur\^. but her attorney warned^another day to thin!, over the matter anil^the request was granted. Illthe case of t'ordwell against Mathew s^n statement was fll,ilon a motion for a^new trial, and set for hearing 011 lice. Jurors-laines Quiiiu and Joseph Perron^were excused from further service. Ill llepHI'l llll'llt I. Therewere three cases set for trial to^^day, the first one called Is'ing that of Frud^Haa-o against John l'runziuau et al. A turyw as called and then the case against^It. Maillet w as dismissed and 1 he plaint^^iff asked leave to II le an atiiftKl.il com^^plaint, which was granted. The defense^then asked to have the case continued^until next term, which was done. Theother case set for trial to-day was^an act ion for debt of John Opic, against^James Cassidy. There was no u|^pcuriiltco^for the defense and the plaintiffs case^ww^ presenti-d to the judge; wtlri ordered^judgment entered against Cussidy for^|BUO and HUI ci*is. Thecase of Joseph Lully vs. till' Mon-^tana Cniou Railway com)silly was call. il.^and Corls tt * Welcomewithdn-w uaeouiv-^1 el for the plaintiff and Charles t I'Donncll^Milistittit.il. The onler setting tlie ease^for trial to-day was then vacated and will^Is-called again on Dec. I!i. Theot her cases dis|M^sed of in Depart^^ment I. were as follows: Intin-matter of the estate of Charles^Ellis, an order of sale of real estate w as^made anil entered. JosephBorthwick vs. Thomas Jones:^judgment entered on default for ill r. Mi*, and^flH.40 as costs. Ill the case of K. Bennett^against the same defendant. Judgment^was entered for jtlUf and UMf as costs^against the defendant. Motionsn-ere submitted in the case of^Qsorfje II. 'Pong against the Slioiiliar Mill^^ing company, and a motion made to strike^out the complaint 'H the case of B. J. Fine^against the same nipatiy. Themotion anil demurrer in tin1 case of^the Butte Hardware company again-1 the^Slioubar Milling coiunau.v was. by consent,^overruled, ami thcdefciidunt granted until^lhf. al to answer. IItto Young ^ Co. vs. J. M. Jacobs: ref-^eii'c's report reoeiv.il and jiidgieeul or-^tlered entered, for $tt^.4j and fll.KO as^costs. Till*case of Foster vs. Olson was or^^dered ontbsealaatderand the default of^tin; defendant entered. The ease was re* ferredto So cial Commissioner Irv ine to^compute1 the amount due. J.It. Hoycc. jr.. was excused from fur^^ther serv ice on the jury, and a venhi' is^^sue d lor throe 1110.1* MMM isoru4 h'en commenecd a new suit to-day ag.'instJona it. Carpenter for debt, and a writof attac hment was Issued. .1nry \ nsjsnsj^The venires for juries to serve at the^next tel.u of the district court, which^commences on January 4. wen1 issunl^from bof li courts to-day SS)dCrreS] to the^sheriff for sen ice. The grand jury papers aremads rsfnirnabsf on January 11. and forthe regular panel in department il. 011 Januaryft. ForDepartment I. the return is10 hs made on March 7. For the gr.uul jurorsthe sheriif will Isgiii aMPonoa; to servethe pa pel's. lt.-alBasess Tinii-tcrK. Birm, Dec. 1.- The follow in^fere were leeorclcil at the 0III1 *^county clerk since our 11 -i ropoi 1:^franria K. Mem ant to James it. lUwdn,lets 11,1.1. 11. iiiork l: lots 1, a.4. ... !^. 7. s. IL in. II. block .'; lot*^1. J. t, 4. S. ^^, 111. II. Hook I: let J, hi.i k 4. Lsnsi Poster'! sildltlon;^nod the souti.e-isi . muter of leettan^XI, township t^^ IKirth ol r.iuge II f Erala M. Brews and wife i^ K, I..^atahoaey.ona sixth interes! of tltrsa*^fourth.of th^ Pipe todeaiabn AnthonyW. Raruard tu Daniel liiulu,^; 1 Gtork if, Ij.n1 isrd adclll Inn .... W.I^ Cobban sad wits to J. 4 . Knox,^itortftoes of lots 7 ana s. stank *'en-^tiiil addition FatNolan to Kd Mabouey. one-aUth^Interest in Hie v use l i^ led* it-Una,^cue lliinl Int.;e-t 111 tlie Heal met^.uu- tluni in the Ma) DIM, .ill in l.it-^l|a Mae dbtrlet hi|ilirn Williams to Klehard 11.1 ^-.^lot ^. idoek il, I.^^gs.it .v ro--.ert.ai- clltlell John mill I.V'.o ^ 00k to^Rs^nH^a a |NM-tio|i of lot I 1ii.'u iitou - addlttim ...^WIIIUuii r. Klmrmaa awl ^Ifi Mi.Tlnau.1^! ^'. hloi k :. Ken:|^'|-ml- ilitloli II.Itrliati 10 K. II Khrnnaa. l-^i ^.. stuck11. Koysafk l*|it^a'^uddltlaa Itrans-^of the l:ibard Woek1. UiK. II. I.OOUno 770UU 10U ton00 PJOH sonmi ci^^,-, 111. CITYAFFAIRS. !^' Iran wear sbnea ^ Take a loon at our^ISdressshon. HI West Bark street. Uui- g-essa t o. Mrctlneuf the .tndb'lary 4 .omulttar of^the ('iiutiell.^BlTTK, Dec. 1. Tlie judiciary comniit-^tee held a meeting this afternoon, at w hich^aevcrul matters of ini|sirtunec to the city^were attended to. The llrst of theso^matters was the drawing up of an Oldp^nance regulutiug employment offices.^Many complaints have liocn made that^employment agents have taken fees and^sent workiiigincii out ot town on wild^goose chases. In many cases the searchers^are not able to return to Butte or to prose^^cute the case and so the cases ure not^punished. The rMMdttee decided that^all propru tors of employment ollicca^must Is- lie.'used by the city, the Keel:-1 to^be $5 |h'r iiuurter. It is also required of^the employment agents that they put up a^bond of ST'It I that they will conduct an^honest and legitimate business. The^agents must Is* Miuehiil for h^ Hi pspubV^blc citizens living in the \ ieinit.v of i he em^^ployment office. The bead must Is' ap-^pi-ovcd In the iii:i^or. It is rsnttlrssj that^for each proven case of oliiaimtig money^under false pretenses, the agent shall nan^11 fine of not more than $JU or more than km Intlu^ i-ourse of the discMssiu:i . ^ve:' this^Matter, Alderman Lynch snggest.il that u^similar onh'tiauec should Is- passed rags)*^luting ticket brokers and scalpers. Ho re^^ferred to the eases that !in\o einiie to poli^^tic notice, of persons buying tickets at^offices iii this ehy and being put off train...^tit* said he had heard that w hile gissl tick^^ets are sold to those likelv to get l^uok to^Butte, sometimes tickets good only 1 iaIt^of the way arc sold to those who^do not seem able to buy a^ticket luiek to Butte. The purchasers^ride on the tickets a few hundred miles,^find them not g^ssl tor t be balance of Ibeif^journey and |Kiy the additional cost in^^stead ;of returning to Butte. The other^aldermen agreed that something should^Is' done to regulate these broki is not coll^^trolled by the American Ticket Brokers'^association. Action was dcfcrr.il. how^^ever. Anotherordinance was drawn up con^^demning the balance of the pro|s'riy nit!^^ci cotidcmii.il in block :;7. Imck of the old^city hall. The ordinance w as referred to^the city engineer to sec that the dsntsfkw^lion SI the pinperty is corne t. This is^part of theproeeedifians in the opening of^the alley. The nuincil will act on the^ordinances 10-niorinw night. ONTHE DELINQUENT LIST. OnlyTwo-ThlnK of the Tavcs of Mlver^How 4'ounty 1'alil lu.^Bittk. Imi-. 1. To-inon-ow niorning the^county treasurer w ill la-gin colhi-ting in-^ten^st from till w ho pay taxes, us the de-^lini|iicut list will then lie in o|m-rution.^Yesterday the office tisik ill $115,(100 and^to-day $t)'!.50ll. It is estimated that nearly^one-third of the taxes of the county are on^the ilelinipieut list. The Davis estate,^which pays tin' largest amount of taxes in^the county, paid fcVS.IIOI) into the treasury.^A. D. Davis, jr.. psid tM.t.noO; \V. A. ( lark,^-Mh.URlou personal properly, and the Bos^^ton ^V- Montana DSSnpasty over HftjflQfl^Among the other heavy taxpayers who set-^tlnl w it 11 the treasSfrer in the iust few days^are the Butte A Huston coiniiauy. Bonner^Mercantile company, John Noyes. A. W.^Barnard, J. P. licins, William Owsley and^Wi M. Jack, all of whom paid to the^amount of thousands. The next pris-ced-^ings of the tn-asurer will be to make out^the delinquent list and publish it during^January, ^'^^ days after which the property^will Is- sold. The inte-i-st oil delinquent^taxes is 111 per cent. Tudor the new law^a |h^rsou has two years' time in which to^redeem properly sold for taxes, but must^pay a |s'iialty of 25 per cent, and ^2 |s-r^cent, each month after the time it is sold. NOTANXIOUS TO BID Proposalsto Furnish Rooms for the^Postoffice. OPENEDBY THE INSPECTOR Ownersof Buildings Not Inclined^to Give Privileges to the Gov^^ernment Free of^Cost. THE^ELECTRIC HOP. Street ItHllway Kiii|iloycs ami Their^i rl.'lifts Have H Night of Pleasure.'.-: Bittk.Dec. 1.^If anybody thinks that^stru t ear men don't know how to enjoy^themselves, and derive a whole lot of^pleasure when the opportunity presents^itself, that person could not have been to^atatabaw hall to-night. In advertising^their bill, the gentlemanly conductors,^gripmcti and motor men datUsd 10 call it^all ^obi'trie hop.^ and us events weal to^prove the selection of a name proved tols-^a most happy out*, for the spirit of enjoy^^ment that began to reign as soon us the^orchestra's liis^t notes wen- hcanl. was^electric in its effects upon every one iii the^h ill. The boys wen- out iti full force, each^ill his finest clothes und w ith his liest girl^hanging to his arm. Time tables, runs to^sw itches and all other details incident to^the duty of 1 heir calling w ere for the one^^forgotten and every Issly strov e to have all^the enjoyment and fun sansfMSi But it^should not Is- supposed that only street earseen were present, f.a- such w as not theease, as the attendance of those en*^gaged in other callings and on-upaiions^wan large, and all enjoynl themselves^equally as .veil. Socially and financially,^the Hist ^elu-tric hop^ was a sun-ess. TURNEDTHE TABLES. Mr.Ktlhn Holds I p the tlsn Who Had^I'lsiiucil to Roll Mini. Btrt t.. Dsn. 1. A few more men like (}.^Wi K-ihti 111 lows ami liutie would soon laj^rid of the footpads that make lite an an^^noyance to the dwellers in the outskiris of^town. Mr.Kulin Urea near the Ground Squirrel claimIn the Parrot earner, and work , at the(i.-rmania. Last night he started home^and from Lower Main stitset his steps were^de,a;ed bv a suspicious looking per^^son. This per.-m kepi about 15^Steps in his tv.ir right u!o:ig.^Mr. Kuhn kept his eye* open. When ho^reached the v icinity of the Northern Pi^rifle depot, the footpad whisii.il. intun^^diat.-ly auotlit-r : UsnfMnnfl eiiaraeier^jumped up right in front of Mr. Kuhn and^gave a whistle in answer. Mr. |^uhu^waited 110 longer, but tired a shot which^must have . iuged tie- whiskers of the sec^^ond churn ter. I bis man ran for his lit...^Kill.n arheeksd and brought bis gnu down^on the 0111 v. ho had io'lowtd him from^the city, and mads bin hold up bis hands.^Then be went ihioiigh him. but found^nothitlC in his porkl Is worth taking, so he^gave him a kick and . t him go. Mr. Kill,11^^H not again iiitcrlcicd withuii his walk^home. tVeiMhm.11 ( i nt.-rvllle. Bft'TE.D.1-. 1. A pl-.isant v.nlding^took place in Cciitcrv ille this afternoon^between Ai-di-cw J. ^I'.^^^^ i 11 and Katlierine^M. Mellow. Judge Muliooti tied the nup^^tial knot which Is.und tlie happy young^people. The presents were mum runs and^beautiful, ami peprtauoted l-oth art and^Utility. Vniong the gu-'sis pii . .-tii wen-:^Mr. and Mr^. Droebenbeiiner, M.s^ Brock*^enhciiiier. Mr. and Mis. Liur.au. Mi-s^taMMeaU and Mr. and Mi-s. Mellow. Heatingstoves an- going off at a lively^gate, but are still have nu elegant assort-^ineui. II. J. liliiiii'-. 7^ Wist I'ark street. Ifyou want a first el:-- . ;; ir. ask for^th^ i:win. W*esell Iieat p c wu 1 a-aicrs for r-l and upwards. H.^J. Biuinc. To Wmt I'.^^ stfoet. Cutflower- : out-id. - orders giv en prompt attstrtinn.a. \v. Kchts, .*ju i^ist i';.rk atiti-t. Oursrhisil - h.h s are tin- flm -1 tots- hud iiiUnto-. Burgeesd(Vk,^ West P.nk. CutRow. : . rresh en lydajr. Telephone^Sill; .^^i Eoa Park street. BiTrr..Ikv. 1.- At 20 miiuitcs ls-fore I. o'l-ksu Mm nsdnj Hsns wnsnt*! ^ bid in^for the pass^fljknj site, us ndtrertlnsd for b)^Postotin-e banneetor William W.nkius. jr. At12 o'cl.a k lusiii then- wen- four bids in.^and u ixiiuest for time to out in another^bid. Mr.WalkillK came into llittte on the^in.li ning train, and al tvv 0-.111d-a-l1.df 111:11-^ut. s past 12 o'cl.s k Is g.in openinfl lb.^bids. |t nmy Is-said to the imlit of the^dtisena of Butte that not .1 bid put in^oil - rod rental to the gov el 11110 :11 lor tl per^month as formerly, and in fact not a^Dad offered the government rental^for leas than Sv2.'^i0 per year.^Till. may ruin the I lllt.il Ntuti s^government, but it is a matter for general^rejoicing thai the city is at burl likely to^gel snnse revenue from the government^instead of treating it as a guest all lie^tint*-. Ml-.Watkh-.s says that he cannot giv e^tin- details of tl-e bids until lliej bave banti^BSSrl to \\ asliiugtou. Tic- isialilaafii^asrsstorfties must see the bads belbre tbsa^aii-known to the pnnUr. Mr. IVslfchts^will mike a reeoiuinendation to the^government, lull In- said that it was not^|M-rmissiblc for him to state w hich bid he^would recommend for the government to It(sssarnad that theflsat bid nccivni wasfimii the Miners^ iinien. offering the^present site at a rental of M.*t^i |s-r year,^evelusive of light and heat. The second^bid was for the same site w ith the addition^of heating und light. The price is not^given. The third bid was from I'.iulson A ltv.-H. nrnblteets, proposing to cm-t n building011 Wesi Brnnne Street and adopt^it for postolllci- purposes. ls-twc:-n tie-^Lew ishon * MeNaiiiara bl.s-k. The aise^of the ground ll^~u- would beSOatM)ssnt.^The price is not giv en, but is said to Im-^(mnter than Ihe offer of the Miners'^union. The present quarters are 27^x!'.^^ feet^and an- so crump.il that it is doubtful^if the 1 ^ost.11 folks can get along much^longer without increased nsiin. As this^site is not so largo as the present quarters,^ucccptuuii- is not likely . Thefourth bid wus from tin- (ossl Tem^^plars s.M-icty. oifcriiig the giouiul tlisirof itsbuilding in w. st Broadway. ThfctntM by100 fc-t. ii little larger than the present^quarters. The price is said to Is- some^$1..Mil in excess of the rate ask.il for the^present qiiurters. Thoseweie nil the bids received, latt^John H. Curtis tiled a notice stating that^he would make a pn^|Misitiou for 11 |s^st-^offlce building in \V.-st Pnrk atreal west of^tbo Lissie block ill the pluce of all thoric^shacks along there. If^ nientioned no^in-icc and gave no dimensions. Mr. Wat-^kins said that if he 11-ceivnl an offer finui^Mr. Curtis or anytme else Is-foii- morning^h^ would consider it. He would return to^Helena ill the morning, hut would probably^not In- able to mail bis report to Washing^^ton Is'fore Thursday. He expected all^early reply . as the lease luis cxpiml and^an early decision is iiii-essury. Itmay Is- cx|Mi-tcd that the itosioflicc^will n-iiiuin just w ben- it is. This will^ptikliuhly la- most acceptable to the citi-^aenaof Butte, as a i-huiige Is-fon-a govern-^nssni building is secured is not desirable. A cbanstawould is- apt to rsestfter the sti-uriugof a government building less^proltahlc. It is a fact though that the^leases of Iii*' government an- one sidul^atlairs. The government ri*tains the |siw cr^to vacate at any instant without notice,^while the party leasing must agree to lease^for u certain lived length of time. Areporter this aftcrmsiii offem! lo^make a small Is-t with the inspector that^tile locution of the |aistolh.i- would re^^main ut Miners' Union hall. Mr. Wutkius^il.i-limil to Is-t. 1always lose my la-Is,^ he said. ^I^never medo but twols-ts in my life. One^was 011 a horse race and the other 011^Blaine, and I lost bntha Itis stated that Butte has coutrilMitrd^to the I'nited States |sistol!lce dc|uirlmcnt^during the past year the sum .if SCi.llll.^The gov eriinieiil in 11 nu n lias paid H2 a^year iiilt for |sis!olfiec quarters forihe^past five years. Tin- city of Butte has^therefore paid, during that lime to the gov^^ernment enough to put up a pretty good^government building. T.itlie Citizens or Units. T^ Ihr fjlilur of th^ Sttiiulnrtl: Inthe interest of the SMS hit whom we h.-ire^rsinhlisliiil tlis fee.-rciillii ; room in do- ^-iiv. I^.-.imi- htiort- you n-jain ami ask your ii-t.-iitioii.^I'.^r two inontlis the library mill *ii-a.liiis looms Imvebeen span to the panne ami bsve 1u pstronlsadof hnndrsdi of nam eager to read^g.sKl lusiks tut.I p.qs-rs, ami vv 1st have no other^ptnss to asead tlo 11 leisure hours w ith pleasure^und profit. Ills-mi rontrlluittoiia from suek of^our itltunns us hsrs b*snlntertrti anl rnslded us^lo pay rent, cti-.. hut now we are putting^In liatii tiihs an.I ollu-rv. ise fiirnlslilng aisl ar-^l anding Us 'iiiartii - for iM-niuuienl an I tiilatu* d^worm at s eoat is* atssit asto. we need m once^to arsi Ids for kaM thli amount, fesja. After tills^vi lo [.e lo make the . nlerpi i-e se'i-siipiMiitin..^We auks no analogy tor sutlng you fur Uns^In ! 1. LMN-ausa ft :i|^]m-;iI . to the huslncai laten^t,^lis Vii'll its t^, tin- philanthropy of evsi-y *uns,^VIsM tbs looms, tneet the maiiag.-to.-iil and^tualwearr not c\|s rliiii-uiiiig, hut in.-uu ih-i UliUirUtgo-Ill lol .,- .ill. .1.r. int 1 a as,^nndrjann Essestire ^ oniislttss,^lliittc. Dec. I. ^ill. It.ad.v to Keet Him.^Bt'TTK. Dec. 1. Mike Burns sent to the f STA.vM.MtDoifi.-e to-^iay a ssenrsty for AX! hnfn mati'li w ith Oilfaerl ill Cornish style |^of wreatlhlg. (.ills-ri's backers .-ay this is '^not satisfactory 10 tl^^m. as ihey pui up^cash, and thai unless llurns puts up the j^$BO cash by 8 o'chs-k to-inoi-row fWednns*^day 1 afternoon their forfeit will he tnknn down.Gilbcfi ha- a match on in Denver,^and w ill leave for tin re to-morrow night^utiles In- makes a Usnlah with llurns. annealBnat linn Kssssssi Th annual iiKi ting of the Silent Treas^^ure Mill mid Mining coiiqiany will Is^^le Id at their otlice at South Butte. Mold.,^on Tuesday . Dfi-. 1. l -'il. for the elu-tioti :^of otHcers tor th- ensuing y ear and trans^^action of such bin.. 11, s^ as in.iv DOnSS ls ion-tie- inrailMjiI-. set 1:1.in-.. 1.L. M.wii. Si en tary. Pressnent.^'i'hc nhnvs me. ting la hen-by pnatponsnl to1 uesday, D- ^ . s. ..t 7 :.m p. 111. L.tin suno, l*ii skbati.^k. L. Mayo, Becretncy. 'aMilt. .1. atNo. HI W. st Qnhnni BANKRUPT STOCK SALE 4U.1. II. Ilayre. ,Ir.,*4o. 1 ^:i.-..t)(io Wm-tli^of l lrsl ^ Is-- lionets lloiiKht al Micr-^itTs hale Tor (in.ooo, Uoticof these r..n- advantages which^we now |missoss by n-ason of the purchase^oil he Boy-re ^ Co, latnknipt stia-k. vIni-position Is a moat fortuii.ite one^loriiinuto for the psjhUe and ourselves. itis a matter of little cotisi qiienii' to^the public whetner ibis st.^k is owned^by an unlimited ineoi-|s ration or an hum^^ble iuilividual. Whetherit is the broken up st.s-k of sev -^entl stocks, or the remainder of the origi^^nal bankrupt ^t^a k. Theg.sals speak for lliemaelvc 1. Tliey^arc on sale for w hut they an* and not what^they might seem to Is- to competitors'^jealous eyes. Whenadvantages such as we have and^right fully ohtaimil. and these advantages^an1 otTercd to those that are in a position^111 lurnlolake a like advantage of our^prices such as we now offer 10 buyerai^thousands will come just as ihey came on^Stitllltl.-ty 4iii(l w ill come again to-duy and^w ill i-olilinue to come 11-long us Ihey MS^that they cull buy j'l.'o worth of glials for^% cents,^f lur name is VIIVANTVtlK,^by n-.is.ui of having a i1.u k of btnknipl^go.il-. that nraSI bar ^^ v ery coiu|s-titor out,^on the solid grounds of common sense. Words^an- not in it: ^flings^ w ill not^d ^. It must Is- one dollar or .V cents^^worth of goods for .soor 2.*^ cents. This is^all we can offer lo those thai 1 an ee for^themselves, can understand lis* same. Itis but r.-a Mil 1.1 blc that our compel it iv c^friends should hat] ^shaky.^ for mux is .t propanatsonihnl afasres ihsns In tbs fnee 1 thatSfbloh they lunuot ovcniilne to at-^tempi il would Is' suicide to 1 lieni. bank^^ruptcy and ruin. Thisdraw ing sale will Is- coin iiiucl from^day to day. These great kiig.nn- an'al^^most iiicxliausiablc. 'I'hc rush h.ts handy^Ix-gtui. (lur cillars la-m-atli MM not^toii.hi d or drawn upon during the slu-r-^iirs sale. Thousandsof dollars' worth of gouda^cost us nothing, absolutely^Mil IIINo. Asheriff gets bold or j-Kn.nun vvorth of^gissls under an attachment. We all know^what il means. It is a ileal Ii blow to the^si.m-k. Values go down lo almost nothing.^IommIs worth l'Mii-nts 011 the dollar dwin^^dle down lo one-half, or often one-fourth,^livei-ythitig suffers uhk^', ^ liether it is do^^mestics, silks or satins. If.by reason of our having the ready^.-.is11 to Is - able to get ^in.^lkl worth of gisals^for Jls.ilii, and we in turn c.ui sell I be^same for less than one-half ol what out-^competitive m-ighls-rs can sell the same^class of go..,! . for. have we taken an un^^fair advantage of them^ Have they a^rielit to ^-x|si-l of the buyer tost.iv Willi^them and not buy g.ssls of us'.' Ilis but natural that buyers will go^w hen- their Is st interests call them, w hen goodstow the least money are faahrad, aa nowshown hen- at mi:mivt-e iia.nkki it sns k sm.k. MRS.M. D. BRAY llssremovsil from^the Morl.-r Itloek tu IIO South Montana Street. Whereshe has for rent^CLEAN. NI'AT. NKWI.V I t KMSIIlill^III M IMS.^Kln-trln Light ami Steam Heat. c OURTENAY, ASE GRAVELLECO. Note The prominent Fact Thatwe have a PerfectlyNew Stock Fleshlybought and shipped here FOROUR OPENING \\Vhave a bit: line of Men'-; Wool Socks at25c Anice tlress Shoe torSj.oo Alull litM of Miners' Hoots anil Shoe.-. AFine Soft Hat for5^.50 Afcs*ihm1 us a t.i.'-- one. CALLANL) SEE.^Courtenav, Case ^ Gravelle Co. ti i- ^o i.it enjar to n- ntan^nsnnl withtin- Ira in. Cutflowers, jkj Laai i'ark ^ti\-et. OnlyThree Weeks Longer! Tobuy Shoes at bankrupt Trices. Ladies'Fleece-linedRubbers, 15c^Boys' Rubbers, 35c.^Men's Wool Boots, 25c.^Ladies' Felt Sole Slippers. 40c.^Men's First Quality Arctics 85c. Waahwomen stnsr't.Butte. Banffin asind that the fjnlon PnrMIr i..k-- aeeiMidi'li. -s paasensaafs through ^n^last c\|.re^s i^ 11:11 -. \v.a^aarantec i^ -ops on all our beating^i oiiua.-ts: p.. cu.-e. no na|r. li. J. Bnanss. 7SWest Turli atsssst. Torlo ut famished roorjaf tB Beutii^Moot ina sin t. Uutte, Wetast:natural sssdsntlfaHnlsVasnvavflH^L.i^t I'ark atm-i. binukcthe Irs m lial.il-liucle liflMh December2() DON'TFORGET IT. illLeather Goods Half Pike, Xoprofit wanted now. AM we want^is to close out the e,oo^!s.