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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1891.
BOISECITY MOTES. Matter*of Interest Transpiring at Ida^^ho's Capital.^Special Correspondence of tbe Standard. Boisr.,Idaho, Dec. 17.^The derision ot^the supreme court annulling in toto the^action of the state board of equalisation^lutH cast a gloom over the capital, equaled^only by that cast by the ^state prison In^^vestigation*' and that other weird spectre,^'^The teacher's employment bureau.^'^Governor WiUey says: ^1 was surprised^at the decision. AttorneyGeneral Roberts, the oracle of^the administration, lias nothing to say. MajorPinkham aaya: ^I do not believe^a man, either as an officer or u private^citisen, lias any rights in Idaho.^ S|ieak-^ing in regard to the republican press of^the state, the major continued. ^The^papers have taken up the sayings of a few^disgruntled, sore-headed crank* who^wanted office, but failed to get it. and the^people are misinformed. The republican^party is all torn to pieces; there is neither^head nor tail to it, and it is all caused by^these dn cranks. W.M. Stockton of Glenn's Ferry ^ ^^the city. Mr. Stockton has an original^scheme for getting water for irrigating^from the Snake river near the ferry, which^if successful will be brought into general^use. He has two wheels 20 feet in di^^ameter, with wide paddles, stationed^about 100 yards apart in the river current,^and on either side of those wheels there is^u large drum, and the wheels licing in^range the drums arc belted on either side^by half-inch wire cables, thus securing^concert of power from the two wheels^w Inch is sufficient to run a pump of con^^siderable but unknown rapacity. The ex^^periment will be thoroughly tested and^may revolutionize the means of obtaining^water lor irrigation in many places. F.M. eiiadhoiirn of the well-known^company of Richardson ^ Chndbourn of^London, England, has just arrived from^DcLamar. He expressss great ho]ie for^the future of that country. L.R. Leeds, the popular express messen^^ger of the I'uion Pacific, is in the city and^probably will rvmuin until after the holi^^days. R.L. Ford, Boise's favorite, is the oblig^^ing cashier of th^ Union Pacific ticket^office, and will remain here for the winter. Itis reported that Jennie Mi aire, the^proprietress of a bagnio here, which she^was forced to close from an injunction^served on her by her neighbors, who^alleged that they were greatly damaged by^her place, has lately married a mining^man worth $7.1.000. It is said that sho has^forsaken her old ways and really intends^to lead a pure life. (ieorgeSurfleot, part owner in the Sun^^light mine, located near the half way^house on the lioise City and Idaho City^road, is heiccirculatingaiuong his friends.^Ml. Surfleet had an assay made of ores^from the Sunlight, from which aa a\eragc^of L'.V) ounces in silver BSf ton was ob^^tained. One s|^eeiiiieti ran HV ounces BSf^ton. About 10 locations have hocu made^In that section, sonic of which are partly^developed and show well. It Is believed a^great camp will spring up there. DanielWortman of Helena returned^here to-day from a trip to his^home in that city. Mr. Wortman is the^contractor building the natatnriiim here. Hon.F. A. l'ctiii came in to-day from^North Idaho, where he has been selling^the selnail lands. He states that some^very line lands sold remarkably cheap. ('.L. Wing, representing an eastern^company now engaged in building a dam^across Bruno creek, in the Bruno valley,^for the purpose of storing the water to^reclaim valuable lands iu that section, is^at the Overland. W.A. ( ouglianoiir, the genial lumber^^man of Payette, is at the Overland. K.II. Mills of he Lamar is again in the^city. He brings the most elieollraeing n_^port from that famous camp. CAl'NKD BY FLAMES. CONKL1M1AND INtiKKSOI.I.. Whyths Famous Atheist Was a Firm^Friend of the Great Stat ruin an. Washingtoncon. Boston Journal. Therewas recently sold in u fashionable^quarter in the northwestern |x^rtioii of this^city a building lot at $7 |ier n|i^ure foot.^That tract of land has a history. Part of^that history slum * why Hob Ingersoll was^a genuine mourner at tbe grsi e of Hoscoe^I'onkling. Many years ago most of us^remember Clurke Ingersoll. the brother of^Robert G. Ingersoll. a man beloved by all^who knew him. and in many respects a dif^^ferent type from his eloquent surviving^brother. Even Clarke Ingersoll, when in^congress, was a friend of BsSSSS Coiik-^ling. That friendship did not end with^their lives. Iu the exciting lliianeialperiod^subsequent to the last great panic Clarke^Ingersoll licruiite cmhui rassed. He was^the owner of considerable uiiimprovi'd^real esiate in the city, purchaau-d in the^midst of a period of speculation. The^biaun had dieil with the paStiS, and Mr.^Ingersoll was threatened with ruin. Atthat time lie came to his friend Mon^^roe Cotikliug. and the lutter advanced him^S^i,i^^1oii a second mortgage on this specu^^lative land. The land, if forced to a sule^at that time, would not have brought^enough to have paid the first mortgage, to^say nothing of tho second. Hut Hoscta-^^ 'otikling loaned the money, lie did more^than that, Some time afterward Mr.^Conklitig. as is known here to a few^frieiuls, arranged to surrender the notes^for that SW.IM1 loan, without consider^^ation, to Mr. Ingersoll, and was^aland to deliver them to him^in order that the second mort^^gage might la' released of record tho very^week that Clarke Ingersoll ^:ie so sud^^denly stricken and died. It was over the^grave of that brother that Col. Robert Ot^liigcrsoll delivered that famous funeral^oration, in which his heart seemed to gain^the victory over his intellect, and ill which,^more than in any other public utterance,^the groat orator np|icarcd to grasp, hope^^lessly, |m^rbaps. but iu great anguish, for^immortality. l^ng afterward, when the es^^tate of Clarke Ingersoll was fully settled,^this transaction with Koseoe ('.inkling be^^came know ii. The notes had never la-en iiressedfor payment and they were still in^a^. Conkliug's possession. The estate of^EIm'H C. liigcrsoll had not la^cu harassed^by him. Meanwhile, however, another^speculative movement in Washington real^estate began. In consequence of this the^administrators of E. C. Ingersoll were en-^ablcd to sell the unimproved lots in ques^^tion for enough to |iuy off both the first^und second mortgages, and to leave a^IuhkIhoiik) sum to the widow. After that^Robert G. Ingersoll never sisike of Roscoo^Cotikliug as a ^well-dressed MSSSt*, Ilomrof a Itiiiuiiinsn Destroyed Near^Great Falls. SjiccialCorrespondence of the Standard. GrkatFalls;, Dor. Hi.^Dan Lcdgcr-^w ia-tl. a well-known stm-lt man. came iu^from his ranch in the Highwotals to-day.^lie tells, while he and his wife were en^gaged in the barn in the evening attending^to the feeding of their stock. Mrs. Lcdgcr-^gtaxl discovered their dwelling house^which is only a short distance from tin^burn, to be on fire. The first thought^came to Mr. LrdgcrwocMl that he must^summon assistance, so he rushed into the^burning house to the place where his shot^^gun and an unition was, anil having se^^cured it ha,' arely time to csra|ie Ix'fore^the risif collapsed and the whole house^laid in a heap. Mr. Ledgerwood fired the^gun in rapid succession, and the neigh^^bor* hearing the signalsrame promptly to^his assistance. About a dozen men were^on band in a short time, and by united^efforts confined the flames to the dwelling^house and saved the barns ami haystacks,^where over 350 tons of hay were stored.^The dwelling house is a total loss. It was^valued with contents at tU.'jOO, and carrii-d^I1.H0II insurance, f1,000 of which w as on^the furniture. Two days before the lire^occurred Mr. Ledgerwcaxl's insurance ran^out. but was promptly nenewed, thus sav^^ing him from a great loss. Ata ivgular convocation of the Great^Falls Chapter No. I R. A. M. last evening^the following officers were eh-ctod: Fred^W. Wright. H. P.; H. 1*. Rolfe, K.; W. P.^Beaehly, S.; Will Hanks, treasurer; W.^Fullertoii, secretary. The installation^will take place next Tuesday at the Ma-^sonic hall. learlng House Kepnrta. Nr.wYoUK, Dec. II*. -RrttitxHivt'x re^^turns, clearings of the piiiieip.il cities of^the Cllitcd States the past week, and a^comparison w ith the corresponding period^of lust year: (i riKs. NewYiirk Iiostoa (lili'atrn it.i !^^;.^.. St.l/illls San1'rani'lwo Haitiisore 1inclnaati rittslmrg KansasCRT Mlllliel'.lmllk *\euOilcans st.rati Denver Otuall.t I'ti(land HaltIjikt- Seattle l-o Angeles Taeoata, Galveston Totalleading cities of the Vailed States,^fl,338,4^St.UW: increase, 10.5. Fors Merry Christina*. LoxrxiN.Dec. 18.^The queen. Princess^Beatrice and her children left Windsor^Castle tonlay und went to the Oslairne^house, on the Isle of Wight. ISM the^Christmas holidays will be s|*-ut. CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS AdeertutemenUunder Mils head ^mt real ;ar^Kurd each inatriUm; rjMt'iut rate* on. etnUracU^for arlntlc pervtdt. Ao adrtrtUrmtnt arcr/itcd^for Irs* i In ni a rtnU. WANTED.^ WANTKD Situation by s competent Ainerl-^eaa girl as rlijnila-rinald er traitress, t all^or a.lilress. M. K. M.. :U7 Dtikcta street. Butte. WANTEDTwo ohaniliernialds, two dlntliK^^ rniiiii |iir|* and three iilrls fur housework.^Call at Kiuploynieiit offlfc. Mantle ^ ItleleulK'rg^hlta k. West Broadway. ANTKllTwo w hite t-taiks at t;riiulte. Ap^^ply at Grand restaurant, Plilllpsliiuk. FORSALE. EHI SAl.K Mrs. Kvans' lioanllni! sWSS ^^V Mi aden ine, doing a giasl business; for sale^clicap. Ftilt SAl.K Hoarding Itintse tixttitsfs to ae-^t'oniiiiialati- .r^i laiarders. ami ^It h (Voyeurs'^lease on building In gtaat lia-ality: :^^ buanlcrs at^present, lutpilrc Standard lor address. 1/OBSALK A general store, doing a gtaal^I liiiMiit--. Iii a gtwid lot-atloii: will sell on ac-^rmtut ^I sickness; st^s-k consist* of grueerio,^MWfa, laVtwara, tinware ami clothing. Ad^^dress laix K, Granite. FORRENT. ItlK KKXT Two nlcch furnished nairns fur^r light housekeeping. Inquire -'13 West I'ark^street. MISCELLANEOUS.^ M^ijs7^a. BIKTIIKHiirr btuhes- hairdresser^tuitl maiilftiri*. Bath rooms for lathes ami^gctitleiueu in ctHiiKHttlou. No. 40, Scott block.^West l ,i ajitte street. IMI'MIYES- I If Butte and Boston. Alice, ami^j Boston \ Montana. 13 lots lett lu central additionIn Boxefluut. t7sfor live adjoining on^rner. M7 for six tuljoluiug one corner.^SITi fur two. S|acitiloiler for holidays l^ lots In X. P. addi^^tion fur SMI. Warranted level and dry ami^plaited ill 'S3. Own, also liraulU* and Drum^l.umniou addition. Warranty deeds. J. W.^lines. Bozcniaii. Mont. NOTICETO RTOCEHOLDERM - AaaeoaaVs,^Montana. IKs-cnibcr 14. latu. i;.-.| I Jon^Mining eompan^. Ita-atlon tif whose works Is lu^hi et Lodge county. Montana. Xotiee: There is^delinquent upon the follow ing described stta-k^on Hi'i'onnt of asscssini'iit levied ii|ain the Kill^day of Octola r. Ixtit, the several amounts set^opposite the names of the respective share^^holders as follows; No.of Xo. of Xaine.Hansom Tuttle..^Kansom Tuttle .^Ransom Tuttle .. M.Martin II.T. Malum^John Nicholson.^II. W. Sparks^II. W. sparks...^II. W. Sparks .^II. W. Sparks^II. W. Sparks^II. W. S|^irks B,\\ . Spal l - II.W. sparks .^T. II. Mallorv ...^T. B. Mallory . ..^T. B. Mallory. ..^T. B. Mallory ...^T. B. Mallory....^T, B. Mallory....^W. I.. Matliews.in.^W. 1.. Matlicwson. S 7374 It711^77^7s 3* JO^40^^!7^im^K3^^M^III JohnHart/ i* ilint.hi II. Mtaire I'cterII. tilesler JtdlllA. Scliltasler JohnA. Nehroeder JohnA. Schroeder MallorvM Walker M.J. I lt/patilik fI'. Klrbv K..luefkef K..laeckel tha^. Jsei kel It.T. Biailh KrsakWrlokfades.... Kennitli I', Klrliy r.e lllnian Win.Bead Mrs.Clinton II. Moors tleo.P. Koviiton tleo.I', i; iv in i tleo.I*. HoyntoQ, (Jin.1'. Bovulon tieo.1*. lloytitoo II.S. Nesl I.,i a.u n Til-liey Ihas. D. t'urtb Chas.II. Curtis tluu.I^. Curtis Chas.h. Cartls tlitis, p. Curtis JohnBarry .I.e.Kugltsli .I.e.KngUsfi .I.e.laigllsh Mrs.|.. \. s|,id.... I.MittuiK. Bovee '.I. Mt-Milla'n A.J. McMillan DanielMeKenxle DanielMi Kfti/k-^Ami in atraanc Certificate.Share^ 3 fiUI JM l.i^^tun m .VilliMil MSI 1.IMI l.mo I.iuoI,(Ml Cm mmmm^mm^m^sun s.HII m J.VI I.IMI i'lO^.'Ml mm^l.^n .Mll.tMl rMidun^H^ I.imi in in mno^SM^^jim^9^J^'.1^^^am I'MI.IMI 1.1mil I.IMIl.'MI^I.IMI^l.'MI Jimmi i.i^;mi^m^Zt I.IMI.Mil^fMI n i.imn Willilaw and ait '.Ml^111 ill^3 (Ml 10im^I ot^r^ mi^r. ui^no^in im IMl ino 6Ml 1Ml^00 '.'ui 2Ml^^J Ml^1 Ml^1 Ml 10Ml 6 6Ml^f^ Ml^.', ^^! r.in iMl^I M u 3Ml r,mi^^^ so^lu tin^r. iu^r. mi iuMl orderof thehoard of iiiiis-ti.rs made uu the Itilli ua; ol^Xou-tnla-r. lsil. so inanv sbares of i.i. li patei-t^of said stia'U tis ma^ la- u -^^e-s ir\ v\ im la- sold at^taeo4Seeof tae sei rotarv of said enirpanv. in^I'Bton blis t. In the city of AnaeoDda. In Iss-r Dal/;unty. Montana. ^u Tliursd iv. the :u-t dayof Ueeemla-r. is-1. at the |umr of tn o'l-lis-k^s. lit. ot said dav. to pav -;.i^l delilepi' lit assess-^nietii thereon, to.'etiier with the eustn of wlu t-^tlslug and expense of sale. tleo. It. Winston,^secretary. Ultice lu I ttmii bbx-k, Aoacouda,^MsstssJi 7117 M^^M^7(1 311Ki^^^atl^Kb^as^t!7^107^I in^12 i''I I-J l:^HI^LSJ 1331.17^I3S^113^144^145^14(1^117^:a^HI^AB \m 1617 Ain't. I.1 Ml^I Ml^^I SO^1(1 Ml^1 Ml ftan .MlMl^Mi Ml^.Ml Ml^in mi^in mi^in no^in on^lu Ml MiMl^Mi Ml^Ml Ml r.no 3Ml^U^ Ml : mi I fiiu^iii Ml -'.hi r no^r^ on 'v;.- PIANOS r^D O ORGANO DoRot Fail to Call and Get Prices^and Terms, MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Ifyou think of purchasing a rhino nr Organ,^I sell mulling but strictly first class^goods, of which ttic foltoWhiB'^Is a partial list: PIANOS, Montanalumber Calland look through our stork.^It Is romplete tn all Ihe different^lines and we tle/v competition. _________j WholesaleDealers in produce co: FLOUR. Lumber,Lath, Shingles,^Windows, Doors, Mouldings. Wholesaleand Retail Doled in Hay. Grain. I'eed and Hani and Soft Coal.^We carry in st^K.k | lull line of BAINS MITCHELL WABDNS YromQuartz Gear^ to UgtM Spring WifOML Al^u Chirk, Terry,^Studebaker and Standard BUGGIESAND CARRIAGES. AFull Line of Road Carts^Of the Best Makes. . . . AFull Line of Peters' and Mort-^ley Bros.' Concord Harness. . GardenCity, Clipper ami Chillid Plows. Smith, WoftMagtM ^ Co/l Carriage, 13uc;^^r^and Track Harness. Saddles, Whips, Rubes ami Dusters, and every-^tttiag pertaining to this branch of trade. J.T. CARROLL, .... MANAGER. MONTANA, ANACONDA,MONTANA.^Jtou|MI Oct. 1, IC'JU TheMatchless^ Steinway^George Steck ft Sod,^Estey,^Weber,^AJbrecht, Hasonft Hamlin. REANS, Estey. MasonSl Hamlin,^Packard and WesternCottage- OtOPIANOS AND ORGANS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. hatltfui-tluoUuuranti-ed. Allliistrunieiits Warranted. Xotrouble to show cootls and Blvo pricos. Pianosand OlfMI to Rent. AM.KIMIS OF SEWINGMACHIjHES. E.H. SHERMAN. I25 East Park Street. TELEPHONENO. 57. professionalcards. ])R.E. J. LEONARD. d1seasksOK Ml AND CHILDRKN Aspecialty. AImi of nose, throat and lungs^and ui-rvous system. OmcBhoiks: 9:m a. M. to 7 P. M. No.813 N. Main St.. m ar Woolman. Huttc. Mont. tineof the handsomest and most eiecnntlv ni^-^imhited hotels Inthe I'lilted si:iti~.. I Innniuihiv^tirepriMif. and provided witli elevators, eleetrli-^Ih IIs. lire alarms, niiuilmt water, liallis, steam heat.n|^en lire plai '-s and all Ilein l ouven leiMiK.ItiHims en siihe and stni.de. f'ulkluesnd^s. rvU-e slrli'tly llrst-elass. Itiiles troin $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS Accordingto sl/e and character of rooms^occupied. C.W. LOOMIS. Prop. pLEARYHOUSE, ^granitc, mont. Nest.Newlv Furnished and t'ommodloul^Uootm^. (Inly White Hi lp Kmploye.L (ioodTable and Well Ventilated llinlnx Itoom. J.E. CI.EAKY, Proprietor. qr.STEPHENS. Ol-riCE-t'PKTAIHHNo. ^. MAIN STItl'ICT,^OPFObTTE AHt'HHKIM'B. Jiesldeucoon Oak street. NearHt. Ann's Hospital. Officehoursm. to 12:30 p. in., from 1 :tJ^to 6 p. m.. and from in|i. in to ^ p. in. pP. CHRISTMAN. D. D. S. office,lust Street, Ix-twcen Main and Oak.^Auacouda, Montana. -TEETH EVIUACTKIJ WITHOUT PAIN- By^ new proce^. All I'lamws of Dental^Work exi-riited iu jlSt ISaSS niauner.^Artllidal ieetli Wllh iiit 1 ^kites. R.N. S. SNYDER. Physician and Surgeon of St. Ann's no^iiltat-^ar1 Montana I'nlun llallroad. Cir. Main and Tldrd street UYNES'HOTEL, *PHILII'SBURO, MONT. t'PPF.R BltOAIlWAV. i:vervthlngromfortahle and Homelike, und at^Keasoiialile Kates. (i.^Kl Talile, and I U lu,^WpU \ eutilated Uoouts. MRS.II HYNFS. WINDSORHOUSE, * *ANACONDA, MONT. 2ir^ h^T 1'itiis i s,tiii i r. firstClass Ainininlatloiis. Meal'. J.1 ri ut KiMiniand lk^ard, ^ |S*r M mlli.^White 1 ook Eui|iloyed. rlTOM^ tiLSON, Pr.ipilet .r-. CLIPPERSHADES concerthall. Theonly Square and t'mwded llnu-e In^tln'( it v. I'w M i nt ranees f loin Wyoming^Mn i t for I'ni.ite Partlss. Vocalsml lii-iriimeiital ^ ^iH'ert Every^Eti-iilng. s;i..n^ers vUiilm; this resorc^are steals treasi*d eourteonsly, 'lie'^i Upper shade, lis* ths laraest time lent^and loeal Irads of any Sums iu tlio^W sstsfs Ootsilry, EUROPEANSPECIALIST ! DR.C. 5CHULTZ. Overthe Red Boot and Shoe Store. No. 3^ North Main Street. Butte. Be^^tween Park and Broadway. CATstMULtlmti.t. inn-.' nn.l nil Hm4 mmnn. whlrh .ir^^ *pn^Mi.Y^nixl |m^rtiKtaH*n(lv ^uinl 1.) m^ urw ^y-.ti'iu *^t ^ tntiaialtou^ *^( imiu-^|n^i:ixl iiM'tllratfil Tstpnm. An^*;il^rrU W Hit- fnifiuiinrr .^f tlt*afii^s* an^l consumi-huD, *mcu^iboyld bt* iiromj tl] .iit^-h't-^i i^i i^ f^tr it u t^n^ iau^. 4tlHMtltM|oa u^ '' ^^r cImm IMIm*^ ^.f ii*^i\i.iis ilriiiitty, ari-lnit from ) -ntltful liitlK^T.^l^^n,^nii'sv^. in malntf \r:n s ;(it^l ^ i . .in^i-n |ir^Min' uil: n-'i \^^i-:.^mi u a- vf-ir alMt^r, m*mUmI wrahur^. ilgM Iimin, mximM debillly,^Ii kk ^if MMi.il |m**%it. I'IihhI itiiiit'.nt* ami Jiul-it .^ii. u^*Tsi^*n i.i ^ -^r't'ty. iMfiaii -ii-'U. ladlgecCsoa, i mi^ti|uitl^^n, i'1'.t.-ti*-. irii|n*ii!ni*'fit^^tn in.n n.i-r. pfiillsg to K rft**litli|^ of llif hraiti and ui^amt^ all^ruialtlf I'iiM'i * arrant ml to run- in a wi ^ ^li-n tntM*. I if cut cu*u^^In a M*A ^ia\-^ t nutf/t* low. raipnrlsllt) m Um inmr.^No ittNttoi w hat ^ow ha\i^ taWi-n *.r * h^^ ha* fail***! to cur**^Ini not tru*t \ou'r ^to an^ ^*|n^t iah^l w Ii ^ li.i* n ^i itia^i^* a |^#*r-^tonal i'v iinUnitloti of \t^m human ^.\-.tfin. ^^tln'rwN^^ m bt ^IU-^^i|'l.outt ^l hy Ullnrr of tn atim ut. if It ^t^^^-s not m.tk- ^ou w tn.-. Ihe. Scm 11/ v arrant^ i\ run- nf *tv#'ry nun* lit* uiral^rtstkm. Ill-* * ^^tnl^rffM now r'*m.*^ly i* ttw^^*^-rt;tin mi^l ln'rinan^Mit curt* In mm-Ii illwa**^*. Ilt-uif !iilM^r, ^*^ *^hl!i^ ^ut t 1^UxmI dl*^M^**s rurtNl^without Ihc ii*** of iiien'iiry. *^Ml vital |miw^t n*Mor^'tl l^y tiU n*n*r^n|y. rBMAIJWl t^ KM KM* Km S\iM|itaiiii^ of wlilrhap pal.is in tin* Ink ami |wilT^ with hurnln^^fwiiK.ition im ton of tin* IhmiI, w ith miifoii* ilUi-hat tin ,mi^I a tft iit*ral fo^ itiu of Uhkur, uervuiijsufa*^uiid *it*pri*t*r*U-u, k|m-^hIU) ourttl n^ !^r. tVbuUz'r* new rt*tiit**ly. RKAL3TH IS TWICE. Knllyonr-4'liihth of (lit* sum total of human MiuYnn : l^ f.^.;^-l i ^ *fin r^ tl *'\ '-^s ^!K^\i^*^^ami Ihi'ir r*t*nlt^.. TiliroiMitTful Xe* II' iiH'th I* tho Iwnt nihI **uri^^t of all nnilktw* for n*storiuc ^ttronjrth. am-^hlthMi ami \i^or to Umm ^ io iMsTof from ail fctivat**, rhrotil^- .fit u- i \ - * i- ^li*o i Mirh at MimmI^aii^l -km rsWKN. ^^^ |'hin-*, ^rnifuhmi, favotw, tty tkpti i^. ^ali . houm. iM-ini'tiiuii. psoriasis, and aU^Unpin itU*^ ot tho 1'1'mmI t an wn^ ^^rti|^turn|^nii|^lruMdlM, EtUlMMJ cut ti.o haii, eto. PRIVATEDISEASES. ronorrluwa.irl^**^t. *lrl^*tiir^*. knincy ami MaMilfr Inn ^^^ -t^ts, au l alt rtTivt-* of youtlv^fill folllt'H au^l lAi'osfs, w lait-li s.^ unlit inon for ltutin**s% or pl^ i^ui I'lu*woiinWftil MHVfHf* of IhU iiow rrinisly ilojevudk uih^u the Lairt ttmt It suppUfi au elfiu-'ttf^win* h ts foiuid wantaiiit in the i . ^^ i tif woak iu^*u. MOSTELEGANT Ladies'Cabinet Dresser ever Turned^out at Chauvin's. OurHoliday Goods A / riving in New Designs PitrlorRockers,^Oiid J n et s, l.ildtti' Sicretarics,Parlor Suits,^I'aiutin^s, anilr.tclt;ngs tmmSLITS AND LB Divans,Parlor faf'l.s,^I flftt Cases^ami A .'^ks,^/^amy I.am*i,^W'ahr Colors $jo,(HX3.ooWorth of thtse goods^mftvittf. Sows a^r,a.:y on the^floor. Chi tt.iiiirs and SsUUWfMatk^M.iit- you u eep tor joy. All n ay^dou n at J aitrrn l a^ lory Prices and^freight. Sever such a display seen^tn Huttc. SIITSOF HIT ST DESIGNS AND FINISH j CHAUVINFURNITURE COMPANY. BUTTE,MONT. businesscards. KINNEY I HANSON, Prop'n JOSEPHSMITH. cusWaornoiam^ mturn. futlmstei,Kiirnl'-hed on All Kind* of MsstSfSi^lU-fi ii-in es in the City. uh'I'mtst., nti. Moon a mi Tana A.VAKI.MIA,^ Ml IN 1 \N^. QHARLESHOUCK, I'lMil! IN ftr.AI. Est\ik ^Ml MlMIMl in i Srhroeder'. lllook ^^I 1KST stkekt. ^ - ASA^ (iNi^\ | J. KULDOON, jryrirp.in- the ri-Ai i:. NoUrj ^iblle. BssMaSSJ AtteaUed To TRIJtFHOKBNO. S2T..^tlffloe. !U0 Mslu ,-t. - ^ Untie. Montana WM.L. BOGE, Prrslopnt, IABC0IDALT, Vto tn Idcst, W.U. llloKMiiN, ^a^!iler. FirstNational Bank OfANAC^SDA. MONT. Capital,----- si oo.OOO. Buyand m^II Hoir.esti-and Foreiun Km Ii ui^k^aii l trsn ict s lietiei .1 Itanklnit llu.iuew,^C'ullsvtkio. uroiupU) attende^l ru. Kv-^cii:uii;i- ilr:iH'u on l^md ui. ICdlnhi rirh,^Gth.fcoM'. liutdiu. Belfast, raiis,^Haiabm (, fw*i im and i I Urn l-eai'm,,( ll:r, of tilH iK).^( ^iltllKsliiMlKN'O Ainerle.mBai sSSSS KslSSMI IUn:^ v-^- York imii ih.i National Haok ^^ ^ ;k k.:r... mo Mas r'raiicw.. ttab Satluoal Itank i II-W.BrosnlMi- M ii Butte Veriliant.' Vitl mill l^:tik Ilelen.i UilsliU.'15ro^. kluLK-cr Lo-to THE UNDERTAKER tmtK ST. Prompt;uul elBctieta tttendsjsce. WWoletadi and retail dealar in Us dtrtakcrs'Supplies, BodtM carefully ombaliiK-d and shippc^to all ptirtl ^jt the United Mates and EuffOffS* l.ADVASSISTANTS. OpenDay Mid NighL TolephoneNo. 57. Butte,Mont