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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31. 1801
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GREATFALLS NOTES.^^ Tali-Irk M alone U^^^ MM lajurle. Ke-^m.sri-Other Matter-.
M|MS--|alto till- SUIHlMM.
GbkatFalu*. lax-. :^^. Patrick M il.Hir-.^I w In. ^rk liurt a few iliiyailir-i at tin- lliwliiii^* Mfintunu smelter, died in the lio^l^ial^rmriy tlii^ iiioriiiiiir. Muloiic had Iw.-n im-^^k-nniiiiiiff ^ l*^rt nf ^ wall and pr^i^8^liixn of froicii ttirth wHIi a rrowhar,^when suddenly part ^* ^ u^ ^aVP way^aiul a have picc o of rtone or frown eailli^^.truck him in the ^Id'^. I^ i^ thoiwlit tliut^hia liver wa* ruptured. causing severe^lieini.rrli.nte-. wliieh remllisl ill hi*^.lentil. Midline whm alioilt :Ci yearn old^and unmarried. The roroner held an in^^quest over the laxly ihi* afternoon and the^Jury rendered a verdict in aeeonlanee^wllh the fa^ ts as above elated.
Jerry^ 'nlliiis tins Mild hi* iutcriNit in the^(.rent Kali* Trilmnr to u h.viulieate ^if^tiif.it Falls people The Mile iiiehuleH the^newspaper plant. Tribune building uml^^M furniture. R. W. f'.xilc.i of (Jrent^Fails, a well-known newspaper man. will^take editoriul cliutve and management^altout -Ian. 1.
ItDan learned that a bridge gave way at^Malta thiH morning- while a (ireut North-^em freight train was crossing over. No^aci-ioua damage w as done. The traek has^lieen I'l'ixni'cil and very little di lay to^truffle w n* caused. No one injured.
IVtcrSicms, of Shepanl. Siems #^ Co..^la in town to-day on hia way to Sand^Point, on tin- (ireat Northern extension.^It ialeariiedthat on hia arrival there that^*a spin ^^ HI lie limit from Saml Point to a^point on the Northern Pucltlr railroad, a^11 iatance of about a mile and a lialf, and^when the apur is completed, work will lie^begun laying traek from Sand Point west^ami eaat to Kali*|^cl. a distance of 70^miles.
The^oast a:id preiicnt^ aocialile given^1^^ the ladies of the W. ('. T. I^. thi^ cAcn-^htguaswi'll attended, and nsvipt*^^ ere realized.
heavyGALES.
Alanv !ste*lnshi|i* Aiirhol-ril OA* Nullity^^ look In Danger.
NkwYork. Uee. M. There in no coin-^liiniiication betwi-cn this city and Sandy^Hook, the gale during the past I- hours^having torn down the telegraph Mires. No^new s has yet been received at the quaran^^tine cowcriiiug i t-t-acl* at the hook during^the past 24 hour*, and maritime circle* are^greatly exerciaed as to the ateurcsaMpS^and oilier craft* lying outside the l^.i\^waiting for the wind to abate. The gale^is blowing off shore :tn miles an hour, and^many smaller veaaela an* having a liard^time1 to keep their auchoiiigc.
TheKgyptian Monarch is the only^steamer which arrived at ipiarantine this^^noi uing. but no report has vet Ix-cii re^^ceived ti-om her. the i|iiar:iutine w ires not^item- iii g.axl onlcr.
Iln.Ml.amisI.HiHT. Mu*s.. I^s^. IKl. An^unusually heavy northwest gale prevails^lo-night. blowing ^'^^ uiilea pet hour. Nci-^erul huge *cl nauicr* an* iiiuTioiisI in the^bay and an' in dangerous |^osjtioiis.
SHE IS a DAISY.
Ourof tile New Vessels tor I int. il Stales^^ .111*1 l^cfellsc.
NWYitKK. Dec. M. Ihisiiis. and alter^^ation.- .in tin- harbor defense vessel. Mian-^tonouioh. have Ims-ii lluislicd. and on New^Year's day the ship starts on a brief cruise^to lest ill*- newly inountisl guns. The test^of the new Itoilcrs and engines la-gnu last^night and w il! la- continued 4* hours. The^test was-aTfcctly satisfactory so far. The^guiia v^c,c v iewed Willi ilie liveliest inter^^est by the naval ex|a-rts uud acicntille^null. Uesidcs the four 10-incli linscli-^loading rilli-s. two :i-|muudei-s. fioteh-^kiss rapid firing guns, and two^.17 millimetre Hotchkiss n-volving^eaillloli. The vessel has the very^newest thing in ordinance, two 0-|KHinder^l^ring*-Schro^lcr rapid tiring camion.^These guns never have la-en tried nu a^I'liitcd States cruiser la-fon-. They throw^six |MHiilda of highly explosive shell, every^jf^ or *_li second*, a distance of ..^* yards^with the greatest accuracy. They cull la-^MiUnWl|M|M4a When the tests^are ovei , it is e\|a-eted the Miantonoiiioh^as a harlair defense vessel, w ith miali-rii^guns and low, water submerged hull, will^la-a match for any but the largest Luro-^peati battle -hips.
Tin- ^.ravr^^ltM rnaliy Case.
Dknvkh.lice. IK).- Judge Macon made^the closing argument for the defense in^the ^^ raves murder trial to-da.v.
liewas very weak from Id* reeenl ill^^ness and he looked pule and kick. ^It has^been my cuslom.^ he said, ^to help a mail^rather than to sink him deeper; it is the^ilut.v of every man to see the law sustained^and it were Is Iter that -m men csca|^cd^thai: one man In- punished illegally. A^man must la- tried by tin* rules of^law. The courts are particular that^juries should try a man In these^rules. It is the duty of the^pni-sccuting attorney loprotect the defend^^ant from illegal conviction. When the^i*opre-entative of the |as^ple suppn-sses^testimony which would aid the prisoner he^violates hia oath, and had he culled his^honor's attention to this he would have iu-^atructisl you that it is not right.
11he is no longer entitled to the protec^^tion of the law this court says this indict^^ment is no evidetu-e of guilt and your Im-^liel that he is guilty must he *o strong and^^o unyielding that you would act ii|k^ii that^r-licf. You must la- convinced of the^ruth Is-yolul a reasonable doubt.
K.of I*. KUH'tloli.
Rii l t . I^e^-. :Kl. At the n-gul.ii- meeting^ol Oswego halgo K. of l\. held this i-ven-^ing. the following ollh-ci-s m-re i-IccIikI for
tlnsiiiug year: C. M. Amh-cvvs, C. C.
ti.K. It. 1-g. r. P.: C. A. Miller. M. of I-^.; ^ .^II. Smith. M. \.: \V. M. Wright. V. C.:^W. K. Wright. M. of K.: Rob-Mi Matheson.^^H.of It. and S.| truat.s-. A. W. Slater, (in^Thiuxlav night.-Jan. 7, and hen-after the^hafge w ill hold its meetings in (naal Tetu-^plurs' hall. West Bioudwuy.
Theymrr Only Itiimor*.
(iAl.vt.si-oN.Dec. :*^.- Notwithstanding^th*- m'iis.itioual rc-airts the dis|aitchea^show in. new devclopmeiils in the (iar/a^tevohitton. 1111itit.iti.^tis that the revolu^^tionist* atn^ Uudosl t^v piotniiieiil Mc-.i-^catis in the Cilv of Mexico lack .-ontlrma-^tion. Kuiiioi-s of desertion from the regu^^lar army of the n-volutioiiists an- not^substantiated.
l-'rani-eand llulgarla.
I.oximix.Hee. ;m. f%m Herlin m^^noiidcni of the Ihiihi .V^-^-^ says: Bulgaria^has resolved to proclaim her lu-le|^emh'lice^slaaild 1 he pnitc yield totla- demands of^rra||B)j in the Chudouim- afluir.
TheJ Hair Neparaleil.
SriviKuRp.Conn.. Ihs-. :^^. Mr^. Nue-^MM i'homas v tsit.sl a lawyer tissl iy to^itistiiutc ilium-' pnasHslings. Her hus^^band watchi-d lor her and when -he tame^out latailj shot her, then auicided.
Hi: WtVTKB T^^ Oil-
Mr. Kill^. I-atrly from liie Keystoar^Male. Tired ot Idle.
Bcrrt:.IhN-. :*). The man Kllis. wlai^was nrn-stisl to-night for eanyiug ^Mi-^cealed weanona.eanie to lluttefnuit Peuu-^^ylvauui aome live month* ago. He *akl^Iiv hud cx|a-ricii(ail a deal of trouble with^hia unfaithful ^frail.^ and waa in a very^meUiiiehol.i inond. tlbtainiug work at IIh-^Purnrt sincltcr. he ap|*-arcd to forget hia^eonnubial sorrow s and never ulluiled ill^any way to them. About o'clock this^evening Klli* emend Veagcr'* .'x-ent^Ih-ci hall on Park street. ami^calling the proprietor to the rear^of the place commimicaKsl th - fait^to him that be was about to eotumit sui^^cide. Yeager jokisl w ith him and hiilgbisl^at the idea. Kllis to substantiate iiis in^^tentions took from his pocket a -'U-i-alihre^n-volver and said he had just bougtit it for^this particular occasion. Tlw owner of^the saloon obtained the gun for the pur-^|msm. of examining il. and while do^^ing so. b^- slyly e\ti,ictisl all the^cartridges. Handing the wea|k^n laiek to^its owuer.lh.it individual, bent on self-^destruction, bade Yeager all affectionate^gtaal bye. ami loll I him that this life had^no inoi-i-charms for him sims- his wife^had desertisl him. With a convulsive *oh^and an impressive s4|ih-cec of his friend's^hand. Kllis pn-ssi-d the miuih- of the re^^volver against his temple ami pulled the^trigger. It laded lo have the desiml^pflWt, and although his life was weary of^these worldly gtaals.it was not such an^easy matter to dismiss ilself afti-rall. He^pulhsl th^ trigger several times, hut his^head still rcmainisl on his shoulders,^(ilani ing siispiciouslv at the gun he saw^what was the matter and ciaill.i tva.k all-^other laiv of cartridges from hi-. |aa-ket^ami piiN ci-dcd lo till the chainla-t-s again.^At this juncture Yeager called all ofllccr^and the would-be suiciih- was taken lo jail.
Keep-i uf .- l-'riilt ^-lorr.
BlTTK..'W. Situs-the pawn shops^have la-en lorccd to close lhi^ir shops on^Sunday*and nights, the thieves have had^a hard lime to got their giaals paw nisi.^The |k^lice. however, hav e for some lime^had an idea that the fruit store of Ala^^Harris, in Lower Main sins t. was aervillg^is a fenee for the |a-ttv thieves. Ih-leetive^IthwIlH IIIrtaj found a silver watch that^had In ch stolen at Mrs. Kelly's laiaiiling^house, in a pawn show , and tin* pawn-^lirokcrs said it had la-en pawned by Ala-^Harris. This evening OAtMf Sott ur-^i-csImI Harris on a cluuge of |a-lly lan-eny.^ex|as-tiug by this means to make Harris^stop rccciv ing giaals fn^m doubtless char^^acters, or else |iuy tie- |*-uulty of the thief^himself. Harris put up ^lllll cash us a^Isind for hi* appearance. The watch If^vahusl at M.^^ and $l.r^ was obtained on it.
I*.O. M. of A. Klerlloa.
Hii'l l:. I^^s-. :w. Washington Camp No.^I. P. t^. S. of A., held a semi-annual ehs -^tiou of oHh-crs t.suight which reunited as^follows: President. K. I.. Metcalfe | iiis-^i.n-sidcut. Hi-rt Haw lev : M. of I'.. T. J.^Boohari ns-onling sis'li'tai.i. N. J. Scott :^financial sis-i-ctary. I'.. E. Paxson; tn-a ^^un-r. Thomas Stis-s: conductor. C. C.^(.oiilott: itis|ss tor. ( . I). Mis.ii-: ^^ulcr^gtiai-d. (i. S. ( 1-i-s.ip: tritstis-. S. V. Ixem-^|a-r. Tliouuis Sps-s and N. J. S^-ott wen-^el.s tcd as lich gates to the second annual^stule camp, whii-h ini-ets at Missoula l-'eh.
\V.A. McKiiinon ami li. A. Kohl*^were sch-ctcd as alternates. All ofllei-rs^elii u-d tistiiglit will serve six months, ex^^cept the soon-tal ics and treasurer, who^arc elci-iisl for one year.
Ili-atyOeatli Kale.^Ni w Vhi:k. lae. .^i. (Ine huudiisl and^sixty-sine ili'aths huve la-en ix^|*^rted dur^^ing the l'4 hours ending at noon to-day. U^of which wen- from grippe.
GHEAPADVERT1SEMENTS
.tdri'l/iwin. itt* umlrr thi* html tint rt lit /^r^unfit ttu-lt ivitrrfitm: tftccuil rtttr* tm ctmtrart*^for dejlnilt pri-aaia. -V^ ndixitlarim at aetXiJicti^)ur lrw^ tlntn j:, cent*.
WANTED.
\t'AN'l'i:i^. i.imsI lively agents; gisal |^iv.^^ ^ lll-llitl'.- nt ii. I.iv mushm. . tiiHiille. Mont.
ANTRIi^Two white rn^s at Orange. Au-
plvtit liraiul restattraiit. i'hilipsliurg.
%\'AN'IK|t iHCIltV VVUIMl e||llp|H-|'S
T In K. I.. Itiillll.-t . |Si-i Ustge.
-Apply
\\'\nTBO
f WOttlHtl til CIM.k^Mis. I II. IhlWltl.
gissl girl ol luitlille ageii^Impure at N. I^. ilepot.
forsale.
IjMMtHALK Mrs. Kvaos' laianllng hc.u*e In^Meailen ille; tloiug a gisal hllslueak; lot sale^i-heau.
IJtftflSM I: \ lii-ilriMiiii set, p.uI-a set, i-ar-^l**ts (or two large namis and ntlii-r -j'mmI^bnusetMakl fimutun^ ebeaa. laajaAni at r-u Ka*t^Itriiailwav. Itittte.
lj*OKSAI.Klliiarilillg house tlvtities In ar^r iiiniiiiialate .^ luianli t s. anil W illi two v cars'^tease mi Imildlim in giusl liu allti: ail laialileisat^presi-ul. Iiiqulri' Stanilaril for adiln-ss.
I/*!*!!SAI.K A general store, ilolug a gis.il^^ Imsincss. in a good lis-atioti; will sell ou ac^^count ul sicklies*; stia-s consists of gliaterles,^l|i|itors. Iianlwari-, tinwaru and clotllliig, Ail-^ilress Ikiv It. ^llunite.
forrent.
ni'.ntee|s.
'I'llLIT Itv the dav. wis'^1 gantlv liirnlslied rooms, with electric lights
water;i-ltlicr slngiv^prices, at 17 West^Itululleu. Mi . L.
hotair haths. hut and nil^or en suite, at moderate^^.^n .11/ street, lame. Tin
iamniack, l^ro|irletiess.^^JtOHMINT Kurnlsbed room*, wHk m with-
rout hn.il d. lit till- Alhinn llell.-w . rot tier Ml|s-^ku anil West ^d unite si nits. Misses Itallertv.
|so|[HI NT. Seven risini plasten-d house on^I West i/iiiutz street. Key at No. til West
OllalVstreet. Itenl. |ML
-^Mil! IIKN1 rinnos. organs. m-wltig machine*^I ami tyia-wrilers. ai L. II. Slierinau's, IJ5 K.^Park stn-et. Itnttc.
miscellaneous.
MPsi. ItllMIIKIlillT Indies' hah'lltesser^ami taaaleure, Path moms fur ladlM bimI^nattanea ui e-intie- tion. No. 40, ^s-ntt i.ii*-;..^West liranite stri-,-t.
V'TK'Liii l llliWM I, Wll'iatul . I'. ltnll^tro* an- hereliv 111.11 lie.I that tin- aailrr^signed, lour '--i-arli-.-r. has ei|a-i^il*4l one linn-^die.I .lufiat's still 111 lata*; and liuprovein^-uis^111 rei.ir*cuthm the Idta i|it.*ii1/ i-Uttm in Kevcn-
I'lsPVtemuuiu illKtrtrt. I^rei lodaaotv.
Montaaa.no the yeai eadlM laM, ami If vnthiu
ninetydavs aitci servi.I this notice l.y ]*i!.ll-
ei-.tiuiiwan full or r.-r-ise to |mv 10111 part of MBld^amount One me for representing lour part, with^liitetest and cost of adverttsiiivt lour on--
llltete-tand cost of advelit-ilivc lour on-- -'i|ll,th^int--| esl ill tin- slid elallli w llMsHsimi- the M*
rftyof four eopartiier, under M-etion .-..r.-i ra-
llseilstatutes ef the l tilted slate-.^First ptiMI.-atiuii lie
IsMPUIVK* of lit^^ Hoslnii ^ Montaii.i.
I
i-nils-r:il
MII.I.LV.
i'M.
OfUnite anil lks.1011. AUee.atnl
IHlots left al cent; d
additionto HOKemaa.^lis for five adjoining one corner.^IM for s|v ail}niiiing aae wwruar.^for two.
Hpei-iidolar for helnla-s I* lots In \. I' ad.ll-^tlaM torV*'*rrant^sl level and itrv ami
t-latt.ilIn si. own. ats.i lliaatMn (ei lin in^I.oit.iio.0 addition. iVaiiaut;. uecrls. .1. W.^line*. Iloreman. Alont.
c
LEARYHOUSE.
OR*NTC MONT
Keat.Newly rurnl-licd ami f 'uimuolinti*
llisails. null W hite ^ ^^^!(^ I Ml;'i
-i Utile .111 I Well Vent-Intel Iu L-s.tn
J.1. rtlllt. PelMt
PIANOS
I and r
0RGANO
DoNot Fail to Call and Get Prices^and Terms.
MOMTHLY
PAY/AENTS.
Ifvni. think of piiri'lui-lnu- a Piano or Organ,^1 sell nothing Inn strictly llrst ruu^^gooils, of which the f..11-.w ills^is a paitlat ISt:
PIANOS.
TheNatrbless^ Steinvay^George Sterk ft Sou,^Estey,^Weber,^Albrecht,
Masoo4 Hamlin
RBAN5,
EbtOV.
MasonSi Hamlin.^Packard and
WesternCottatre.
OLDPIANOS AND ORGANS f AKtN IN tXCHANGE
Satisfaetintiliitarant.*-1.
Mllifclro,u.iits WarwHtf4.
Siitii'.d'ti' to i^lmvY ^ihhU and nwe \nt
PlttOI!^! OlfMH t^i Kent.
ALLKINDS OK
SEWINGMACHINES
I25 East Park Street.
JtLEPHONENO. If,
WholesaleDealers In
PLOUR
Lumber,Lath, Shingles,^Windows, Doors, Mouldings.
Wholesaleami Retail Deafen in Hay. Grain. lVei ami Hard and Soft Coal.^We can y in sUk.iv a lull line of
BAIN*MJJCHELL WAEONS.
PfMQuartz Gears to Lifll ScCaflff WafOM Also Clark, Perry,^Stmlehaker and Standard
AFull Line of Road Carts^Of the Best Makes. . . .
AFull Line of Peters' and Mort-^ley Bros.' Concord Harness. .
GardenCity. Clipper Mtd CMltd I'loivs. Smitli. Woithin^ton ^ Co.'s C.irriase, Uu^tjy^and Tnck Harness. Saddles, Whips. Kobcs and Dusters, and evcry-^tfciag pertaining to this bianeh ot ttavle.
talland Look through our st.uk. It is complete iii all the ditfeteiit lines and ue defy competition.
J.T. CAHHOLI
MANAGER
Tb Celebrated French Cure,
Warranted^APHRODITINE ' ~l
BEfCftt
Iflfoi.O OS A
positiveouarantcc
1ii ^ir^^uT form^of nerviM!-. ut*^'ai,-^^^vr uuy dnoitier ^^f^K^n'Tmtivrjor-^Ft'1-.of eithiT*!-!,^v bettor ^r.ftiiiK'
il-OOlfttlmulaWti
AFTER
Ti.hai-TOorOpittm.orthroi'Kh ^u.iilit ..l IMIsfta.^ttou.cvcr inc^:lk:^ ticf,,an.-li r, L-,s. nf prain^Vnwcr. WaUcftilaciis, Itrar -iiedo.vn I'aiti. In tl ^^b*'^k. scmitinl\v--iiL'I---ll;.st -t.a. Kanouj Ttnf^ttaticn. v.* 1 urttal KmlMloas, I:ctirrli.r^. IM.^ItaSBtj Weak Mcinorv, t osifjf jliasf is*1 ltu|s^.^tcrviv. which If 111sj.lect.su n ten 1. a.lto |^rem*tu-n^(I'd ut.il lusanltr. pr!i-o $i.im * U.\, ttbui.-s^fwr }.-t^i. s^nt hf mall on iis-eli.t o( |.ilisj'
AWHlTi*KN OI'ABANTF.K l^ irlren for^i^ cry I ^ ulcr-l.-r receiv-sl, t in-f'-ti'l fat inntn-v 11^a r.-rtiianeut IHlsa Is Put asVs'llsf. We ha. 9^I i0tt*SBt1sof t*StlsjM*Hs1s In.,11 nil nn.l NSHJNL
i.'sola stiisa.wlialiai^ is-^-n apfsaaaaailfl cur.^i^wf P*^taw^alAaarnaltlsys. CnvalafflMa, Aaar.-u
THEAPHRO MEDICINE CO.
aatctu I ; j.. :..liux 17.1'oaiUJM/. UL
H.A. Ii Vi III I
, IrbM HI I I k. MUWT.
PROFESSIONALCARDS.
|)R.E. J. LEONARD.
HMUMiOK MW AND ( IIILUHLN
a^|as'Uilt^. Also nf nose, tin,,.a anil lung*^allil lieiv.iiis a*sfe**a
orrur. MHi tc:^i a. m. to 7 r. it.
No.r.f. N. Main St.. n.-ar Wiailiiiaii, Unite. M-.tif.
QR.STEPHENS.
Iimrj ITS.RTAtJOi Nn. s. M \IN' HBUI,^ul'llisl TL AS! IIIIII.\1 ^.
Kolilencenu Oak street.
NearHI. Ann'^ Hns|.ital.^(ittli-e limits ^i :ti ^. ni. In l.' -.t) p. in., fnnu 1 s^^to 3 |i. 111., auu rn.lD li:atl |i. 111. lo -J |^. 111.
pP. CHRISTMAN, D. D. S.
Oftice,l'ii.t stns-t. Mm M.iiu awl Oak.^AUaenii.lii. Mmitaini.
-TLK1II KXTK.H ILI^ WIIHol'T I'AIN-
liva new pMBB, Ml nasssi ^.f lietit.a^\\nrk ei.-ciit.-it 111 llrsts-Usa iiianuer.^Artificial Terfti With-.u; c ..1 .
QR.N. S. SNYDER.
1'liji.ki.in ati l HurKeon nf St. ABD'i llnipital-^Ui Uuutau.i I ulasj Kaliiuad.
^r
Cor.XL iii ami Tlilnl streets
BUSINESSCARDS.
JOSEPHSMITH.
f'AICI'KNTKKvnh BCftaMEB.^Lhtiinal. s I-111 iilstnsl en All Klialsnf Hiii'.tliiii;*.^Itcfereois's in ill-- t it).
UK1 sr m . MR MOOXD anii ntUTA
asi- ^mia,M-.s i iv l
QHARLESHOUCK.
Iftrrtfrwff 1; 1.vi. I * 1 -1 ^ imi M;viv., Mm k
-svelii.as|er'^ Bl.s k^IMI ITKI KTi^ AN At l^Mi\
PRESCRIPTION1959
\1|hmiv, i'ari^^. rn -' ii|t(n^ii r.nt \s ^**u\ ou
IHMMTIVSOl Mi w 11 ^.!^'( 1 1:1^Any foi m of
EUROPEANSI'imi.lST I
DR.C. 5CHULTZ,
Overthu Ht^t1 Bout ami Sho#^ Storn, No. North Main Street, Butte. Bo-^twfun Park anil Broadway.
M AKItil tin.Ml. hHilt tn.l ItltwMl r1lM^n*r4. wlii^*h.ir^^ ^|wMNlllr^on-1 |wimMii*-iill\ ^ ur^il !^^ ni^ lit-.. ^)*ti*iii ^T ^ iiiiialiittou^ of t^uu-^|miUImI lU^d^Mlt*!! i;ilM^r^.
\-sr.ii.tt 111 t-. Kit* f^.tiM miliar 1 if ilfiifiH*-.!. .1 fHi ^ 'iiMiini'tinn, ^*j^:U^^huuM Iw i-i. iin^(iv atti m^nl lo brfora it ^^ Umi \ui*\^1 ^ ii-.iii.n ^ii frr^r ^^f rh it m
1'MMM^^( tifr%ili'lulin, jiilslnu fnmi ^^^*ifhf'it linll'm'r#,tl^^n.^f xi 11 n .visttiirv* frmn * 11.* r nsuarm pnMltiriti^c ikwmMi
MilII .1- ^^'ll ;.ltli*i'. M IIHIMl KrilklftTM, iMUllt l^^*M'*.. M'XIUll ^lf^l^ltltv,
|0Mf ^p\n,ii |n1 uuhm| iiUonl**r^ iiiul aiiil^uu^n. ^*^*r*W^n l*^*n
rHy,m#^4sUi'*h4^l). in^lii;^ ^.tii.n. if^ii-iitNiti*^n. I-M. h*^*. mipMlini. ul-*^1.. auMTiact*, H*.. k^dUMj !^^ s,.r*i niiu ^f tin* bruin .m.i IdbmUCi *.i^mraMf* 1 bm*^ ^.^i rautt^lto ^ ur^* in .1 *^m n *h^^rt tlim*. IttMfiii ^^*^^^*^Hi .1 iVw iliiv^. ^ li.irv^'^ f-t^ '-i^llv l^^ th- inmif,
Noin.ill' i ^ImM \^ii Ii:i\''tiik' ii -1 ^ h^^ h:^^ falU**! to r^n^ ^mi.
I^^^ not Ii usl \ t^tu HMPtOaWI KIM^HalM WlW MM AOl lu.ul'' :\ \^*T-
pmialrmwlaatfain ul ^owr ttuMiM fcyilfi. otMrwtM ^^u wul m IU*^u|t|MituliHl l^^ futtiiif i^r tti-atiiM'iit. ir it d^^*h ii^^t make jou ^^rv^.
IMt.tU 111 1 1 / warrant* n ruir of r\rr) cav lir uni^nakr*. Ill* ^ natlrrfiil ii'*w rrtruvh N tli^j^ot)l\ ^a^^rt:iiii awl 1 ^ 1 in.on ui 1 in*- m hiM-li ^ti^^t*a^M'^^ l;. 11 . iiiIm i . o j.IiiIin au.l bi^*^l iU***^*^*-^ run*I^*HimmJ ihf atv of nu i. ni \. bjmI **t;^i aawai paattM'^^I a) aia m-^ 1 ^ :n*-*t\.
krmam WMhM-'l- ^\ lil|.|.iltiv of * III. Il|Mill^ lit lilt l^.u-k .lll'l IMlir- ^ It'l I m|| tun
''iis.Hi.-i,a4 th.- a rasa, with 1*nm dtaraiarav aaa ^ ivueral r^^ettag uf Uuiituor, ut*rvuu^u-H
mu1 i!i-|^irs^,|.^ti, s|M^4-tlily .'licit l^\ I h. Ht'liult/'s in*^ reunify.
HKAUTHIS TWIOE.
Kiillvone ctuhtli of the sum total of liutn.ui siitTerinjc Is i-ati-'sl l.^ icnereal .-i.-.-ssss, .tKem.i^ami IhsM passJU,
Iis ^|.-itnl \. ^ Itciii.-ilv Is tin- l^-st 1111.1 sin^ s' ,.r nil in. .11 iim-^ f-.r rctnrini slrennth. am-
MOoaasaltOortoll*UosuaVi ftua. all arhati-.. lin-nl. .mi mn..ns .lis..,,s..-. ^ih-|i as t.lost
amiskin il 111 aai ^ sv|.t:iiis. 1 riifnlniai. tuv.-ns. aryalisjlaa, aaM raeua., wajaiihlusk pstHlasM. auu asi^uu|iui mi s -^t th. Ll.s.il laiisluu ern|Mlon^, |ilni|ilei, f.loti lns^, t .11.u | sva -if tin- liair, vie.
PRIVATEDISEASES.
NEBVdtSMSEASi;
' Noinaft^m how ^'jiii^.#n|,^^iirh a*.(liMinli't of tli**
K-lM'iuti\i* ^^iKHIr^ of^i'MllHf *.^'\. (i.llltv III |||H
\i.uk. aayfiwm afttatra^turn, li^^^U)iui, fif.
;on^*irli^w^a. plrrt. virtrfiir**. kltlncy an^l l^l.t^M^ r tiouUI*'- . \stts,t-..in^l il! ^wi-l ^'fT*s*t* of ^oiith-
f 11 folllm ninl r\^ t -s*'*., m hli'll mi 1.11 ftt llifii for lMislnt**s mi ,.|.ms, .
Hit*nomli'ifnl iii^ 1 cs*. .^r th,-n^ * r*'in^'.t^ |^^ ii^l-. u[h.u uif liA-1tti.il It ^u|'plit'i au ^*li*m*ol^will, h !^^ found wniituw ui lh^^ I^whn| of w* uk iiit*u.
our^*'_'tiht** aft laatruitMj to Kitn m^^Momri Paio r^^M riti- *^ ut 1111 ^\ t'.ivi w ium^-^aattataettea mm I'him \m m ^ ^ m m Hoi ki-
if'iii^ h^ libtlm ^l\ Imi\i*s.
NtM#t a Mi or v|\ Imim'v f..r with wi itten^laiiMiHiitoo. Sr-nt h\ mall im-l\ vr.ti.'.i. \it^ill.-vs. ,,li 1 iiManinlnilUnliii to h M N^wi^ro l^^t i^ni|^;i.i^, f *U' agjafl. Hull*' Cfcjr, Mont.
MOSTELEGANT
Ladies Cabinet Dresner ever^out at Chauvin's.
SiiKCll-'is s \il Kbarkm ^aaerasa, siala^till. is. lassins 11.1 i.s|m'r, .l.ilni I . I... I. I sad^JBS1S I . t Mill*', itcf.-llil.nits, I 11.Ic1 anil l-v vi.
tin-atswrUof i-ici UH..ii in tin- alsi.i- i-iiittiisi^raMws issued nut of lbs ilstrtrt BOMtl of tin-^I MM null iii -list 1 Id in Ilie .tale ni Montana in^ami for Is sf Laates isaaMy. I mil mHIat aaMrlff'.^..il--.111 satnritav. tin- tali .lav ..f .l.iuiiai v. A. II.
tsju,.a -j a'clars a. in., la tiont -.f thai
lions-in tin- town ami eonntv sf lasnf la*las, all^the 1 ipht. IItle ami interest of the alatre aaasril^ilcleiiilauts in ,-in.t to tin- folio*luj iVswtibe.1^|.io|s-it). i.ltualnd aun bsteg 111 Hssf l^4^x^isMialy. Motrtaaa, t.^alt flic itlaata.
tli|.|m-r. Uahic skv Hlca. saa Oraaitti
1iiiisi.ii^tat---i aaaffj aaftesiuilaaels re.sn-.Vvil
1. 111 v^ t\ |a iH*^^k uuaibsT ^ sf Inas awisvtliWM
ni |a-.-i laHlt:inlv. M.iutan.i. nn l-.i-.-s |s. .
Iss. 1- .. 1:11 ;..i.| |.^i also tlie \.tains .plait/
lislesiHtl^l liajsx raeoraea in iseik assalHsr ^ in
lislere-nrit - at liaiie 'iss. Iteferell' l* Is In l.-l.v
MadsUi tin- at-nic sreutkHMsl reisnril. tm a^more itartlculai ih-si-t i|itl..n of tin- |iro|M-n^ tie^ti l lla-il to Is- s^.lil.
-J ill KM I. ifl IIJLKY, MhstM^llv TMOS. I'. \\ llin. t inlei sln iilf.^T. O'laV.AKV. Attarae) fm I'lalniill^llat.sl MM lysine. UMSJMfeW I^. MM.
lurncd
Our11ot'uiay Goods Ai riving in New Designs
$jo.ooo.noWorth of thtic goods^arriving. Sam- already on tht^floor. Cktffonuri and Sulit'o.irtL.^MaktftU Wetf^ tor foy. All uiiv^,/. .. 'tit i tistorti l:a^ lory Pru\i an,t^frtiglit. AV;vr stult a display seen^in Butte.
ParlorHackers, Divans,
(\sni FttatS,/ or/or /til'.' ,,
Ittilies'I oo\- ( tin *
Stt if'tart, s,,ui,l DtSm$,
I\irlor Shi's,I-an,y I'.amft,
I'a; 11 tinWater C ol,m
amiitch ngt.
IMIMII^l ITS ANK lllll KMM SI ITS UK l.tfrST PlSlliSS AND I'IMSII
CLIPPERSHADES
CONCERTHALL.
TtaMiftl}so.h.4**- an-! ^ roM^M iif^ i^* ai
llu1 it^ i wn rntrHtH**** ftulti W \omui;^Mnii f..i I'ritat^ HarttaM.
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CHAUVINFURNITURE COMPANY,
BUTTE.MONT.
HECOTTAGE HOTEL
Vasal.mil liistr.iir. ii.nl 1 - ii-.-it Kssn^KvewMg. atrsajcers uaMliuj Hits risHH
Sic SiS -\ - 'i- i.t- I 1 ^^ tl) I Ii
tIll-is*! MlMts* ajM tl.-- I.11 -. s| tiansi.-r;'^. nil lc..- tia.ii of ail) lions.- 111 ih.^^\..^ -' 11 :i I ouiltrv .
Cor.Colorado and Catena Sts.
ThiI liotol will be mil on tin- EuropcU pl.m, in .1^Mriitly lttst ii.iss annnrr Rooms lighta newly^ptprrrd. paintod Md furnished throughout. Every^convenience fur theconfortol gucsti K ites hhcr.il.^Now open under the manacctnenl
AnExf.ollent Restaurant^Run 111 Coitnot.tion.
SAMAYDTTE.
KIN\i:vI HANSON. Propn
|sj J. MULDOON.
.11suck of TltL I T v :
- \ t.lV I- l.ll I ^lie. I.nli, V.'IlilcJ TO
II i 1 i ll .-.11 No Ml^1 p - nu ^laiu .si. ^ ^ tun . Muiit.iua
UYNES'HOTEL,
PHILIPSBUROmont.
-nu 1: Smb. viiw vv.
terntains' 1 tMifurtauls ami Hossenke, aa.1 at^Leas.inali|.' Ii.it--. H.mmI I an|e, ati-l i leau.^Well V eutlUtlsl IhMMS.
MKs.|| lhNKs.
WINDSORHOUSE,
ANACONDA,MONT
Llfst t i... A'ecmit'iMtatiulls Meal-. '. .s-uts
Uooin.mil Hoard, -aj |^- Miiaiti^v. ini-- i -H.k 1 nii^i.-^^^i.
1'lItKs.iNi c^L5*.n. r^kfrM .; I.
NOW LOCATLD IN BUTTE.
RUPTURE
PERWAHENT'tYCURED Oft HO PAY.*
*...tel. ntl. n : an t BlBSSSj V. lift.- fM K
ftI .-i.it. ^i^ sasl Si ^ n ti sssal SsMsl*.
tassstlsaHtaar r-.t.'.-!. V.-.ncn (-oarsafsv Sa^abralMcK Curr at- Virl- .f Hfl-'.TRt of NHS am,^^aitsa tin am ^ ^ tCNtl t. uk aVKlNt-t, ss. u;.tlst
aTsvaafLlj M*MVBs
cxAMt;:AT!cr;rur.n.
THE0, E, ISifLLEH GOMPAKY.
!jv'* ^' * - -Mm ; ^^m i Sur Mom
COT.in^t *arlc M
'v-fii i .^ri it.c vU 1'AXli
^. 11 . j la \ p. \%
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