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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1891.
THEBUTTE OFFICE^or thE STAN HARD Isin Ihf V-w Wirnlsor Hoi'i Annei. No. .'1^Ea^l Broadway. I in rolcphoo*^ti'.iniU t l^ .'58. A1rrMkMRniN will l.o its-ii-itsl ni tlir* Kutte^odin* of ^ 11 ^^ si \m1\11n llll s n't'luck r.M, f'^r MaMaa m ina lowm-:nionilm;-* )m|nt. Tin'Hthmhrh L ili'llTi'roil u^ Butt* sib*. rit^-^frn*irl^ rVfi) liiollillii*. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. StuNT\\ 1 i \h^v Hitti: 11 inn m \otk-*. WMtaM11. Meninf Rpataaa is a (most^Mm lit manual Tin-|m liiiiiu.il \ ^ mi 1111 nation of Joseph 1;.1I1mil breoMnMed t^^-^i.i^. TIh next eoiieert in llic writ's at the IplaaafMloiniivh a ill In- oa Jim. b. SlinilTHii^s ^^( Dillon stopped in town^o\ it nitfln ^ illi priaBMN 1m* the |x'iiiton-^ti.ii^. TheInter ran iors of the plly will hare^.1 giiintl hall at Heii'-han li.ill on Ttiesiln^^nonius. Frankl.uiu li. 4. W^. Murplo ami I'. 4.^Moiens li ll lor llo/i man w sleitliiy to lo-^calf* the slali- i-a|iital. TlirSalvution arm,** sold a lalat' niinilsr ofeaaaaaaf the Chriatmaa mmmm ^t 111^- Hni- ('/ ;/ the last few ^la^ ^. Wanli niuht bbt1 ii os will lx' hrlil in tlx-^Mffllllllllal ehitrohes aa usual mi Now^Vi'itr^s e\e. i'oiitiiiiiinc until iniilni^lit. Thet'ltyliall flack lias atr.iill lieen slis*p-^hiK for a eon pie of tla\^. anil tin' IHnspeets^ait that ll will Ihmi tin-vaaajaj of Thomas^Leur). Sinriff Hamilton of fin al Kails is in the^rill on liis way to Hal |m'iiiti'iitiary wild a^prisoner. Ho also has a woman with llilll^lor tho m) mm. I..T. Moruan of lloii iiinn. J. It. jaaad^mill 11.11. Ito-o of Dillon. JaiiH's Madden.^\. Hi .mil. i anil \V. S. Kuport ol I'liilip-^hni'U. iiii' at tin Windsor. Thofollow 111^' Molltanas .111' rt'Kistorotl^at tint Mi ld iiiioIi : .1. M. ( row, Dillon:^A. .1. Iln.-iil.e. Phil Gltiaon. Graal Palla;^Miss KHa Kliou li s. Mi lonai Tom Hoist,^PHr Lanfjet A. I.. Stone. AnaeomLi. treat inteii st is homy niaiiifi steil in the^Kill of the National Assoeiation of Sta^^tionary Knajlajaatv* whieh will take pluoo^^ ill New Year's ui^ht at l!en~ha^ hall.^The Uill is for the Un. lll of the UhraO^fiinil. anil shonhl lie warmly siift|m^rte^l li^^eitu'-ns ai'in'rally. I'tMIKV Its. I'll II I . hlir |NM Not Know Hit Mm.)I it Ili.ii yi il ^ Itli Mnilrl. lit111.. Dis-. L'7. Mrs. I'riee. wife of^i 'iinniiittli.nil's min-ilerei', is still xery low.^anil her pliy sli iali. Dr. SehalK. has little^ho|i^' loi' her. I'riee has e\pii'sseil the^w ish a iiiiiiiIn-|' of limes to see her. lint it^lias not Iteen il^i iio-il ail\ isiilile for fear^that he tniitlit Is 11,.\ the facts of^his lajaj to her. whieh ajaajM without^iloiibt !^^ fatal to her. She has^not m i In i n tolil that her hiish.iml i* a^miiiili'ii'i. Inn baHavca that he ami I'nn-^aaaajhaia not into a lajM ami an-now Imlh^iii jail ^ervUaj out a aantaajaa for assault^anil Uitiery . She never hail e\en a siik- tlelonof th^' aw till irntli. anil w ill ni'li'l-^now it unless Baa '.lioiihl iis-oM-r, whieh^line not now seem poaalMa, SheriflLlcayd aaid m-innlii thai if Mrs.^I'riee sholllil orow worsi' he will allow^Prk^r to \ isit her. in ehatife of a ileniity.^I*riii''s aiti^rm ^ mu that he has not im-cu^flhle lo learn the true eallse of till' lllllltli r.^for ilifTi'ii nt stories li.no horn tolil lum h^^f'rief* anil others iliiii-tlx eo|riiiir.aii( of the^fuels. I'riee has a brother who I it ill U a^luzh enmmis'ioii in I be BajfUatl unm. Hi'^also has not lieen infornieil of the |hm^itioa^his lirothor is in. \ M .il I, i ok ^ oiliest. Bint:,in, |T, ('. II. aaataMaaal, the Im|i-iti.ui. leaves for (,raiiile ln-nu.i iou .^Ho will lil in n shortly to an up a all ilays'^iiiatrh iM'twrrn liK'al ln-.li. several of^whom have sisliilnil their ^illiitgllesk to^enter HUell a eolltesl . iii hp ra i aatalaa,^^cm, Baa, IT, Tbaflaaaial of William (^iiiiiiiialiam. the man who was kilhil in^therahlr rar iiii iilent oT f'riilay night, will^take place TiicmIiiv alln u'sill al j o'rlnek fromslnilili A Ndlvnaott*a* rartncrV\ antril. Iliageneral inen liauiliso stole. Goml^liiisiuess. Voiinu mail with small aaaaaal^pn fernil. Aililn-kh or apply to Butte of^^fice ill the SlWlnllll, I'nr \ urn,.^A niiT silver l^riek. or soitvrnir kivkvii^with any nunc, or your own i-esiilenre^ifrom photo.I. on it, from l-ey*, the jew^^eler, 1_'North Mam street. I'laiiii'I uniiijc.^I^ave oiih i s for \V. A. Smith at I'.. H.^Sherman's, or with Van Orion ^ Iteiu-^liail. toito thr .\i nir. No. 7 Baal GtMiaa, for^ei^^l meal-. LajaBaj Inw I'j to ^ p. ni.^^inner from .'^ to s p. m. Short onlois.^Oprn day ami night, strictly alt Dr.fi. S. (oskIIi.iH. k Ka^l Hroailway,^Mai iIikm in' .ilifnruia liiewrr)'. roHpomU^to Hll-night calls; eonlluciuciits. ru.m^KiMiin. IIi ist tlonr up Ktiiirs. ai^ V '' i^ we want von lo call ami see twir^|tM shoe. HurgtM I t '^^.. HI West Park.^^^ ^ M.iI; ^ stoves going off loss than oo^t. to^make iiioui for two inoii- cars of Ktovcs on^the wny. II. .1. Illume. 7X West I'ark^umi. Thekmuta has^BJH riviil inw s)i.,|k.,'^many buttdrada, I'ry^using. Sisini liaml pianos Isiuirln. s,^|i|^rarrfuH) atorad at K. H. SharmM'a,^Ratal Park atrael, Butta, bfiajt. MRnailers than^nail in llutte hv^il for your advcis Tavilioiiskating link i |hiih fiiHii 'j to^4 M p. m.. ami 7 to In p. m. Laities' skate. ft-. joe Ualiou, BMMajari Doyou wear sines'.' Take a l-sis a' out- t;ilri ss ahs^, ^ W ' si Park ^mvi. Um- |I'ss a ( ll, (hoice fruitn ut Alex ( ^.a 11 s. IT18 AN OLD TIMER Oneof the Most Ancient Watches Known^Owned by a Bntte Man. HUNDREDSOK YEARS OLD Something Traditional About It^^In One Family More Than^Two Hundred Years^How It is Marie. Hiin. Mak*seth l.oiig.ilMiigh. a pns|Ms ior anil ntiiie on nor of Hutle. baa^in his possession proUililv one of iho most^valuahlc relics in the couutr.v. li is^tiinepiei e in the sha|H- of a watch, am baarkajthr mm -^^ iti ^aAa of i^mm^llatria, Lnnakwi. USt,^ The ajramlnt^Hwai ofthe article is umpiosiioimiI, ami its^gn at ViiliH |kaj in the Earl that thr earli^^est MMrd of a iHM'kci tfajatfdaea is of irn. anilof Svv iss make, Thr D,^v is w in li has^iss'ii an bHrtooan ol Iba Swan family for^nearlv aWyoaM, It liually canio lattQ the uoaaaaakMof Prank Swan, one of the nam l still BMOarradL It in richly eluis'^l.^Ikaaje barltra in ilkuneter ami ^me ami a^^ ptiiiter thiek. |u the r'ellnwc* collection^! a' the Itritisli museum in a witlch formerly^| worn h) Milton. It is oi silver gilt, am!^| ataoMaoadi similar to Mr. loiigalsiugli's^vvateh. the illui iM'iug i'^^\,'roil hy a glass.^Dam the face is insri'llxil. ^lo.uini Mil-^laitl, tistl.^ In the Mime colli'i tion are^larooral ailv or w ntehoc m ule in |ikral. itnrl^saiil to have Im-cii llic pr^|ierty of lllivcr^( riiiuwi'll. Tlieri' is also another watch^in the Vshniolean milsriuil whieh. w ithoal^doMMa ajM tll^' great MaMBkMs, SouthKeiiHiiuflon litis several watehcn^of 17th century make. The jrivatoKl itn-^pio.ciiioui in tho art of watch making an'^line lo that Ieutiiry . w lieu the aMMOM^iiiimlsof Huygetn ami llr. Hnoke were ili-^rartod in this channel. |^r. Hookc origi^^nated the spiral or |n'||iIiiIiiiii pnug. ami^was improveil ii|miii liv TIhhimk Toiupiou. whoiiiui keaaj a ravrlar,aaa1 triad his praa^* Iti'i' liaml at watch work liy regulating the^j i wheels ^,f meat Jarka, Tunt^dua wiis the^laiuoiis watch in tie r of that dliv . anil Dr. I'1'! II nili l||K Pro HlklMJn scan hc- araailMJIf d I mriaMM ilispluv en-ot nupmiitv. South^Men- recently Highi ,v ruir- , Ki iisingtoti has a Kn ncli kjTMMlMMl tlv. w ho lives m Nev ail i. Ho did Mot ap^ I^pnsiatc the \ .tine ol the watch, ami gave;^it to his ^ liililrrti to play with, ami when^Mr. liOtigiilKiugli lii'st saw it aooM 11 years j^ago the MhMM iiiui baM hmkcii olf MaJ ! urn'of tin' tin.is - witiiin w hich the workswriT rnrlo-a'tl vvas lost. lloMBoaw^liizoil it- value anil BMM II^fniin Swan. The watch was cxalllillisl^Ivy Tttcki^*. the HM PrMMBMM jeweler. |^ami after mnkiii^it aaaMiim tlelilof llntto marie a sran ll into tlx^misty past, hut the curliest ikitc they^^ ihiIiI filiil in the existence of watchri was illUn, 'J'ltewatch in ipicstioii MajMkflM^lopn'srn's the lalsir of many y ears, as il^Wiis MB0O entirely liv hiiml anil the tisii^mat ks throughout all its |iarts arc plaiulv^v isihle. ..nil Iba watch was brotaMM the^only one malic liv Mr. Dav is of London,^The machinery consists of a Uirge .steel^lial.i uce w heel, w Inch works w ith anatt^^rinluni Hive a lexer, anil in the place of thr^modern hair spring is a long ^terl chain^w hii'h vv mils ami uuvvimls Hponnpnll)',^A tn it In r 1.11 go w beat, i he pnrnaae ot a hi. n isnot apparent, looks like a I - - -1 - wheel on^a thn'shing iiiaciiiiic The works Maajaa^^lectcil and held togetlu r hy a li:ieoiu.i-^meiital network of In*u^k oarvori out ny^hand and rivited together with hr.r.s^tivcts, vvhich shtivv plant bMttMM marks.^On the back of tin' works lanMaMiad^steel face similar to the second dial on a^MMi wateh. hut the tlgitres riiniiing^1mm oni' to sis. Tho olijis-i ol it has navarbam fi^unit out h^ any of the jl'Wriot s vv ho hav e cvalllillisl il. The faee ofthe watch is of anUaktad atoel and tha^hours arc ajnrkad I'v mlaad RoaMn rmaaer* ids.Xioiinil the edge ot tile MM are^liginrs (mm liv r to un. to iepn -citi pitber^sis oiids or inimiirs. In tlir centci' of^llic dial is the Itritisli i oal of ajltua^in raisiil hmaa, eotisistitiL: of the clown,lion ami unicorn, Thr nkola worksare enclosed in a silver hciuisphcii .^hM silverktakM baMMeMd and slia|n-tiod^liv hand, the iiiilciiluii's of the h.iiumor^show ing distinctly . I In the outside ol the^silver case is another of batniiH nil lir.iss,^and the evidence is plant flint at ona tlntiv^tlicn- wna still n tldrd mar on tin* outside^of these two. The watch nus wound up^vv ith some kind of a ki v. the key hole be*^nig atlllrrird hv a rude trap or sliitiug iloor.The wnton lias a ataM nanrtv two incheslong, vv ith a ring on the end iaigr^enough to hiirh a boffaa to. The stem is^of solid silver, and ill tin' iniilill'- is nearly^half worn aw ,iv. vv hii-h alone is a slight in^^dication ot its cMrcnie age. Tho watch Is^said to have liooii iu running oi*der up to^ahollt LM vc.:t's ago. It weighs alKitil loll'*^MM is. and ill MMH looks like a I Bane hall^rut in halvrs. Mt*. I^mgaliaugh has at^ililTrivut iiinrs bean nfli-red several small^fortunes for his relic. Inn he anin H is not^immm, Do w ill have il on exhiliition at^the world's fair. Tin-Ni'ttHtt/ir Amfiit'titt Kcveral years^ago was looking up the history of^watches anil found the lirst iiicmiou of^Ibam made hv Caspar Visinuti, a^Milanese |Mnt. wlo alludiil to MM^ill a sonnet written iu I I'M. and^HMMM from Ili.it that llH s iitni'iiii ,,-^ui-crs must have come into suilileti notis^riety. w hile on the HMtMIl tln'.v had ii-^ally lieen grow ing in favor lor more than^two MMttMiea, The early watches vvoiv^mostly large and richly chasoil. Thrn*^was one siirh in sir Vshtott Lover's follrn^^ ion.with the date I at I. hut hy the m\i^yeor wh tind a striking watch mounted iu^a ring, so the makers must have ipiickly^iniKliftcd the size of the works. 't his,^however, was ::_'l veals after tile Iraki' ol^the Ikiv is watrtt. ovv mil hy Mr. [aMJM li.iugh. Watches in ||.ttly titties of theirinvention won* gicitly pi i/nl, am^lull ran-lv fotnid In the poaaraaton of^hut of royal ami iielilc |s i-sotts, Tba 1Uakl*|-sill I he li It eolith cell III t'.v W ere lillsy . however,if Hoi iMant IMM IMnlnj out^inaiiv. at L ast in improv uig tlir tptality ot^those Unislml. Di. Un hint ileal! Bji a a^watch, -aid to have iM'lopgMl to King^Henry VIII.. which only n ipiiroil v iinlitu:^once ^'V at) si v en day s. ami Anne Boleyn^had a similar one. In I' luaheth's lime^watchi's had conti- into morn gem-ral use.^thougli it docs not scH'iu in have Im-cu an uneommmithing lobofrow it ilntekeaMM, Whilethere was a gnat iliiprovrmenl in^the works up to ihis time, vet tho .ipis ai-^anee of all walchi'-, I ..in a sti ikiug resctii-^hlaiice to the orioittal one as n-pn-si-ntnl^hy Mr. Lougalkiugh a walchof ihr Davis^make. Mary,QiKD'ti of Scots, had several^watches of a pVMM and luguhrioiis^eharactor. Oto ^.t-u crystal eaac,rolllll^slia|m*d i another, a Ulrk she he^ueatbad to^Iter maid of honor. Mury Si n.iiu. was in^sjlvcisgilt. in tha sha|M'of a human skull.^Ppon the forehead WM graven a scythe^a nit hi il tl glass pi tod brtWOan a pal. irr anil iiiiitt.igo, to show the impartiality of diVltll. Vt the lloek of the sku|| w.' .'lilne ti'itroyingall things, and on Iba top^Wanes of the glildi'll of Kriclialiil tlierru-^cilivioti. The w atcli vv aM o|M-neil liy livers*^lug the skull. pl..i llUI the i MM Mil put iii the^hollon ol tin* hand, and lilting Un* binned^jaw k. AtHontli Kenslugtnti is a idlver aratrk foriinil1 I'** a dnrk hanging liv thr un-k.^It is two and sr\ruH-igitihs Inebea in^h nglh. ami vv aa inarir hy a In i man uaninl^Heurj Ruler. Ouruf tluaiiiaker'awalebea^in the BritUin muaeutn e tulip alia|a^luiwl^daiad I7l^i. 171 yean, later than the Davis^watch. The same collection aontalM a^watch in the trim of a eioss. a'rthcilt^metal frame, ami pims ol rryatal irt^front. Knk and -idrs; and an* arith a gnmpon lop i! TaMM and ^ lipid nitb^dog. At die s.'tno museum i- i to itnan^crucifonu dial, marir hy Melehior Hi iohal^ill Ifltl al-o .in KlUpiall waloh ill tie Mannof a MtUInn Hown. Ttie HuitiMi^s.^ leiv i.l antiquarie* ban a aatch of Sir^Walter Raleigh** which nakntM 1,1 Ml* nqnnnlperiod, KingJaiw-oreaHiupt ringwith a wateh art In the JeweL IHiei I^Ills tiinekorpi'is. siill cM.ini. is oval ami^m arly all braaa. The dial la a ailvrr ring^^ iin-^'.gluli of an Inch will.. The hour*^are aMtnrrd in RmnM Mtmarala, and^there la a auiall atittj at thr utaa of each. sothat Iho hourlid lie o r .i mil I *, ,, lourli in ihr dark. Almvi tie .I,.f 1^IWurra of 1^ da iiikI tha Man, and K im-. ., iI.' i nil' ^ ii ,ol In t worn two Is. I.t this araeh ratnul is tiaed inataad ol a ^ bain, ibnrin I. had two arali In s ai t,,i,i 1 'iic of ^ilv i. nlaeed m ai i . upnu atonl at hia bsiltorie. tin the nmrnl^the atlhappy kiiu'a ^ ruti n.. . t:,I. ,,,,^tin way to WIiii. h.,II. In- ^Vi Itii silvl^wulrh to Hlf liiniua- Bert* Inducedhint toconstruci a watch^tha new principle for Charles 11.^thai |ioricri wuto|io-^ lieenma lima*^baepat a, and i In - improv einrtits itii nxluriil^siin e hav c Im-cu inatnly to ciniitti i-.u-t the^vary iitg i fTects of'-old and heut Hpon Ina^metal ot which ihr works M efin-truetnl.^and in rendering- the woikin;( luirta less^liable to Met ion. Atour time il was tashiniuihlc lo wear^two watches toeompate tin* one with the^other. This, hi.'.vever, was UK mailing to^tin* whimsicality of a -axon miuister.^Count Hrulil, in whose vv uilrols . when^Ihr Prussians took Uremlen in I7.^i7. wore^ili-cov cieil .aiits of clothes for each^day in the year, and walrlirs.^sticks anil siiufTlMixcs. rcs|Mi-tiv cly.^Some of the last century watches^ire highly ornamental, ami other watrh.set with pMria and Mnmelad, and^siii tiiountiil by an image of the sun. An^^other, iu I he form of a very small apple,^has ;i gold enameled '.is- and is MM*^r-^uinit11 hy u helt of seed j^earls. Thin^was made in Ucuov a alMiut [raO, w hen Mr.^I.iinuahailgirs watch NifB*MMMtL In^the (lalilllcr oilliHtion at the same^museum is a watch in all oval gold case,^highly dn'oruteri with pi ails and riut-^IHonda, M'l in MMMMV thr hatals of^which cotitracl ami rlongate to suit (he^form of the riial. Inthe mauiifaciiii-c of watciics iiwlay^prii-isioii is evoiythiiig. M it should la-,^and this !iuh rUMdnnW I in the wonderful^i hrnuogniph. hy which thi' great horse^races an- tiiiwd. The IMM ami^mathematical accuracy attained in the^later day watches justly entitles tbatn to^the eulogy of f'aley . who selected watches^as i xluhiting the h'gheKl h|iecimeilK of^human iugetinity. in:i met. i n i it i ^ Ks. Itarliert'tiiirteinari'li Hay sp.-iol tlontllsal BaM Lodge. HiITl . Dec. S, Thiee forgtil chocks^are likely lo send a young burlier of MiIk^t ity behind the luirs at Deer l^otlge lor a^year or so. The cheeks me for very small^amounts, ftSi altogeiher. but the small^i lin ks always give the most trouble, for^they itii-easlit-tl most readily, w hile chiH-ks^for ii larger amount would Is- tn'cived^with suspicion by these lo whom they an*^prcst'iitcri.^The cheeks were all pas-ail by Davit^: Coiirtt nian-li. a liaH.rr who has been cm-^i ploy nl at the barber shop under the M. i^I Si. in Main street for some time, f'ourte-^niatvh iiassetl two eheckH for each ill^the Ahbayankaon in Last Broadw ay a w eek^ago. These an- danil Dec. Mb^anil are niatlo payable to tenrire^a Mm i k ami signed by ('oiiilcmareh. tine of^tin se checks is on the liiitik of W. A. ( lark Allro.. vv hile lltber one is inutlc out on anold Clark A l.irabie cheek. The thiid^cheek that has conic into the hands of the^natter is one for $li^. drawn on Clark's^fiaiik. made payable to Oiurtciuaivh ami^signed Mav KnnlMi It is iiidorsiil on the^back by Courtiunari'h, This cheek beam^tin* date of Dee.'.'1. The checks wi re all^nroaOMlad at Clark's bank, but thrown out.^InnaannM as neither ( ourtemaii h nor^Kuntie had any aeeiHint then*. The^rhrcks were turned over to the |s^lii c.^Isist night Coiirtemmi'li was arrcstnl for^lighting and to-day a more serious charge^was nlaeed again-t him. ConrtcuiHicli^had plenty nf time to leave town had he^benn aodkiMonan, but stayed around among^his aii|iiuiiitatiii's. apparently unnwaiv^that he hiitl obtained money under talae^pti'tcllses. Attlir -tl* HAItli A IN* TO-IIAT, HMiikrupt Mock Kale of .1.^Hoyir, Jr., A t o.^lose ant liiindken'hiefK lo-tlav aa''I l*icm-Itciuhioiilt-nil linen ami silk cin-^1 it,iiihml at less than their real value. $*jkid gloves. H| HJH itiirierwear. Uir.;^fnnrj liiirns. half of n guliir sale prices:^table linciisat prices that ran lie ob'ainod^onlynt bnnkrupt stiM-k or t^horitf sales. Thestork of the biiikiupt Iii ui of f, R.^liovrr. jr.. ^X- t o. is on the market. I'ri'.iitemile al minion sale prices and^less. It'samoney saving pnt|Hiwitioii. w hen by^ope dollar eau lie used to a better ailv ant-^age iu the piui'haM' of giNMls than two^dollars can Is* ustil elsev.here. llsiautls the buyer in hand to liMtk to^his or her interest and lay in llieir ^U|e^plies of MNi.iXIDs ami i I.OTHIN1.^w hile tin- clo-ing out sale is (piiug on. Kvciytlollar's worth ol this bankrupt^stock lllllst Is* clostsl out. ll ik a daMMM, an unavoidable neces^^sity. It's the buyer's opportunity, the^I i ^ Mi l 's misfortune lo nicinls r that IItia^anln is not roiiHueal to n|h*riallii s. but j^t.lkl s'' ill the W hole stiK'k. Theslaiight'ring of good* that MonM^may Im* n alizul. Ui satisfy the demaiiils of^j bankruptcy. Willithosi fc.u fnl i^li|s in the favor of^every eonsiiiiier of dry giMMls and clothing^wo simply call attention to a mmmm^souse pro|Misiiion. Tothe atlv antagos olTeriil thmugh the^niiiliuui of the sale of the bankrupt Block^of .1. II. liovrr. jl .. A Co. Aim ran Mf*ll |MM ^Id piano or org.in for^rash or rxrhatigo on a oew itisirumeut at^I . II. ^shrrniiin's, l.'.^ l^ist Dark stn*^'t, Hull.'. Kr.iutirulraAored enillliel tea and coffee^^its. iu great variety, at 7i* West I'ark O.LLKWISCo ingi UH. J.Illume. 'Jb^ Mnlit't of tl't' lieople Is that Hie mffi.viiui^ Montnnn'a list BMMpnpkti Iry it lor a iniinlh. .^^Ks ^ Vnice !*asc burnei* or -feel range iIik^s^not make.i bid holiilay (ill. H.J. Illume,^7s Wr-i I'.ilk sltli't. in1. Th II.IV Mix I I.... Ni .uillclloiro Ir Hi- and nrn's. Soli iigcnt lor cantliesWall.n- York. Dov on wi .^^ 'In it sl^k^rt At ... bIhk-sV Take a look^.i| \\ est I'ark stn at. itmt^Km nHovvers. ili signs of^oraliuna, 'Jclephone illkind I-. private IIvou want Iboli W ,11. Ihist cla*s cigar, ask for (S.W . t or. Main anil Park Mroets.)^Tclfplioue No. J71. AndMow Come the After-Christmas^Reductions. TheyYell Loader Than Anybody. Smokethe |i w in haii'l-'iiaih* cigar.^^^ ui Hum i s, ui Went lli.m'Uajf. Dryj^otKis were perhaps^^evef before sold as low in^thii city as they have been^this season. The protract^^ed shut-down of tlie Ana^^conda, new stores, the sale^of bankrupt stocks and the^natural tendency to lower^prices that conies with the^development of new com^^munities have all combined^on the side of low prices.^While that is true, the after^Christmas reductions are^also inevitable, and because^of the influences named,^these reductions must be^evCtl more than heretofore.^The continuous howling of^all the stores about low^prices must have become a^little monotonous, and yet^if you will stop to consider^the conditions of trade^which have obtained here^for months past, you can^but admit that the extrane^^ous evidence is all on the^side of the how l. Hut in^the babel of advertising^tongues it isn't ev ery voice^that is entitled to belief,^however reasonable the^general conditions may be^that give rise to the hue^and cry. There are alw ays^persons w ho are willing to^take advantage of such con^^ditions and the general^confidence which they^evoke, and some of them^are conspicuous in the dry^goods business in Hutte,^and you know them by^their records. They don't^often get the worst of it.^and no matter how often^they may have given it to^the public in the neck, they^have always a pivotal^movement in reserve.^There are some business^houses so handicapped by^big expenses, big interest^accounts, etc.. that they are^not in a position to make^low prices under any cir^^cumstances, and there are^others that are determined^to have everything in sight^and are w illing to trust to^their ^smoothness^ to se^^cure it. Both classes join^in the hue and cry of low^prices and yell louder than^anybody. It is for you to^determine w ho is in a posi^^tion to serve you best, and^if you give the matter any^consideration, youil ring^the bell. Reductionslu re now in^every department. Still^greater reductions in ladies'^and children's wraps and^furs, including fur capes;^the latter at about one-half^of before-t hristmas prices^Children's school w raps at^S3.50. Ladies Jackets at^05. $7*SO. and higher^priced garments at about^half price. o.K. LEWIS ^ CO. NIt. Mall enters alM receive pranM ami^rarrfalattention. Wilts lor ^miii|iI^s mul i|ua- lattaiM...... 11lv. I.. A I ^. f'' s Ala ivtular INtMlng of Silver (low^Tiarirs and bals'i Assembly , held jvitur-^riav cvciiitiK Nov. Jl. MM, it M unani^^mously rratdved tluit all liieiiibrrn of Mmr inaantaMhnmiliai iinthny untranWag^fhineev on ami after Dee. '^. l^L I'or1 hi lei* Silver How Trades and MM^Aaarinbly. I. Lam . I Yea. ) AnOpportunity to Secure a Choice Garment^At About Half Trice. FullLength Plush Newmarkets ThatNUMB never sold less than SjO each are marked^dou 11 to S ;o. SealPlush Jackets. Tninduce our stock we have cut the price of the Si;.50^garweati tn S10. Furand Fur-Trimmed Jackets. \\vhave a choice assortment, all sizes, at low figures.^KoVKLTIBS in charming variety. FURS. ShoulderCapes. Wraps. Muds, Hoas, t*u ., and trim^^ming by the yard in all the principal skins. FeatherTrimmings In(real variety. All new shades. Misses'and Children's Clothing, Nothingyou can ask for in that line but you will find^here in large quantities. A choice lot of ever) thing^marked down to the lowest possible margin. BOYS'CLOTHING. Thisis another department in which we excel. SUITS, Allsizes anil qualities, with trousers or knee pants.^Overcoats for the small boy or grow ing youth,^(iood values every time.^Ki ing your little ones here ami see how well we can rig them^out. It costs nothing to look through our stock. I).J. Hennessy Mer. Co., BUTTE,MONTANA. Headquartersfor Commercial Men. VHRYLARGE SAMPLF. ROOMS.^RATES, $2 to $3.50 PER DAY. CtNTRAUYLOCAUD. SowRrnpeni^il -BV - JAMKS1.. HAMIUON, Prnp. ThrKllchrn !^ nan urnler the ixMsnnal man- jpno nt of Iho fa nun is k'rannll CMC MUSS.A. I.AJOI I t. of Nrw Orleann. ! II. NL 15 ami 17 W Broadway. Kuttf. Moul^n^. AMERICAN PLAN. YOUCAN'T^SPEND^A DOLLAR inGents' Furnishing Goods Tobetter advantage anywhere in Butle^than at the stnrc ot 5;JACOBS 8 Alsoa full line ot BOOTSAND SHOES. VALISES, ETC. THEMODEL. Takea walk on K.ist I'ark street to this popular resort. It^il the nicest beer parlor tn Butte to pass a pleasant^evening. Nothing but FirstClass Liquors ^ Cigars Arekept in stork, l ite waitresses are attentive to the wanti^ol patrons and prompt in executing orders. Vocal and Instrumer tal Concert Every Evening. J.A. GORDON, Proprietor. 42 E. Park St MRS.M. D BRAY I! - MMM ) f. tijil tinllurt**i til rk U MARTIN^ FOX, II O South Montana Street,^Win*; ^ .in* h;i. f,,|- roll* ILI.an.M ai. X'EWIA Kt'KMftWtD^toon -. IJnllHl.ixht ;iuil si. .1111 in FineCigars, hkm and ConfMionfry I W liolowtio mid li t.'i. 11 .il. 1 . .;i I 11 .VI. oil.