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THE ANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 4, 1892.
TILTSWITH THE LAW TheGraves-Collier Case Comes Dp^Before lodge Pemberton. CHILDREN AS WITNESSES ANumber of Criminal Cases In^Department I Trouble Over^Mining Claims Divorce^Proceedings. Bl-TTi:,Miiy 3.- The Gravos-Collior^acliool i-uko was wt for trial ill Juitge Peiu-^lierlon'n court tliiN morniiiK, ami about .v^^witlimseii, iiiaet of thciu hi hool chiklrrti.^^Man hand. As^i^tntit I'maeriitinc At^^torney ( uiii|^Im,II a^k^l for u continuums^of tin- raw on tlx' ground that A. J. I'nci*.^a in itriial vv inn ^^^ for tin^ mate, MM itiis^-^iiiK. Tlio ilefeuiM'insiHteil I li.it all alliilavit^to that effeet H made by the pioweriition,^vvliiili was done, ami net forth thai the^Hlate expected to prove by I'uU-in that^Collier ran after the ^,ravi n Itoy 1 limtiirli^the streets and diauseil him forcibly hack^to m'liool. I |hHi lliat lihiiw iiiK the MM^tlecidi'il to |HiKipone Mi trial^of ihe caKu until Siitiinlay,^May 11. Collier's school MM MmImM^1o-^iu.\ toj;i\e lite Hitle eliiltlren all an o|^-^poruiuit^ la attend the rireti*. The court^culled the attorney** attention to llie ruia^of coMit that hut nix witnesses arc allowed^on i ai li siilf-unless a written re^;u^si la^mailc for more ami staling pihmI reasons^for it. AM altorm^y violating the rule^will ha'.*- the additional costs aKseimeU^against liiin. The costs so fur in the case^amount to several liiimlnil dollar*. Ill-pali mi iii I. JohnHoward, Thomas S. Henderson,^Dennis Hrciinau. John ilynie unil TIioiiiiih^Mahoncy were un.iiuiud this morning ^^^tiie charKe of (truud luii eny and each M^lend a plea of nut guilty and demanded^separate trials. LcunderDickey. Martin Dean ami John^Tui ney were ajaaajMiMJM on ihechatue^of rohlici.v ami pleaded not guilty . They,^too. demanded separate trials. D. K.^\Valdron is attorney lor all of lliem. Theonly jury trial to-tlay was in theease^of the Htaii* against lien Jumcsuiid S. W.^Hradley, charged willi malicious MiarMafa^According to the evidence of the prosccu*^tion, P. J. Hennessey claims to lie owner of^the Augustu lisle claim, upon w Inch he^had a hoist and was si liking a shuft. On^April lii the defendants up)^^ared on the^place, pulled down Ihe heist and started^in Mil tip the shaft. When remonstrated^with by tlptinessey, the men said-thai the^Miner's I.tunber company had given them^^_s lo do the work and they were going to^do it. Hennessey had tliem arrested before^they got through with the work. Thedefense in the case claimed lliat^the Miner's Lumber coinixtny hat I a^patent to the ground and minted to^erect a building on the pro|K-rty and the^tletcndants were instructed to till up the^hole, and weiv simply obeying the onler^ot thi-ir cniplo.xei's ami owners of the^ground. Thompson and ('. I.. ^ ampin II^appeared for the prosecution, and James^I ni l'is and \V. J. Nuneliteii for Ihe de^^fense. The jury was composed ol Tliosnus^I'ox, Joseph Constant ine, (iiMii-ge Kriek-^suii. UUbcfi RaaiLTi H. (^unhid, John^(.iilduetthv. I d lln ke\. ( en. Mines, s. K. IPi le .,in-. Prank Hirlmaa. M. C. Holland amir.d KlrebaV. I'tieease ^ aa given to the jury this MM*^lag, ami after taBaaa out uImhii an hour^br night in a sealed veitlict, winch will lie^opened ii: '.he mi ming. Inlicpur:mml II. Tlieease of ThMMM MM) ag.'iinsl II.^dish lieaitx et al. was liieilto the coiiri^this muruiiig, a jury Is iug waivctl. The^court decided that tin* |^ro|^eiiy surd for^should ha returned or its value ill money.^MM Judgment for |M damages was also^entinil MJMMl the defendant. Thecase of the Montana Lumber ^^1'rnducc MMW mjbmm H. Allwrtsou et^al. ^as orilered dismissed us settled. Tin*case of Hoyci* \ s, Seott. set for trial^to-day. was continued until May 31. Ina jury trial, which nsik up must of lo-^dav's session. John jr. UvlMaaoM^a aa plaintiff and Thomas ^V Hull defend^^ants. The plaintiff alleges that while he^a as owner i f the Anteio|ve restaurant on^West Park btre'i. he vvas indebted to the^ilefi nileuts 111 the sum of about MA^He iiHik sick and while in an al^^most iincouseioiis state the ilefemlunts^rajM toSfcaj and iniluced Mm in sign a^bill of sale for the restaurant together u ith^all its I^ iii11111. in consideration of the^iiiih-hteduesK. Tliey represented to him^that 1hc^ only wanted to take MM of his^pioperty during his illness. Thedefense held that the deal was^straight ami that Livingstone knew well^enough what he was doing and that the^realalinUsI was worth no more than the^claim they helil against the plaintiff. Thejury brought ill a verdict of guilty^and assessed a line of rl and costs against^the defendants. AMVSTKHIOI s WOMAN. Trillionsfur Divorce. OmMbMI* IJtist. attorneys for Mrs. Ida^Karrady. to-day ii I^-^ I papei - in an action^fur divorce from her hiisliund. Adam Far-^lady. The complaint sets forth that the^couple Ml married in Silver How county^en NovcmlK-r Is*t. mill since that time^ihe defendant lias treated tlie plaintiff in^ii cruel and inhuman manner, and partic^^ularly on lasi Saturday, April 30, when lie^assaulted her and heal and bruised her.^mill grasping her by the throat and chok^^ing her. lie is also accused of tearing^and bruising her I i.i litis, causing bri^^ttle greatest physical pain and^mental anguish, hy which she became^ph\s:eall^ unable to do her household dit-^itcs. The plaiutiff,at the time of her inar-^i iage to nMVi Mfl one cliilil, PetdM,^now 10 year* old. hy a former husband,^and whieh has since been rii-ogni/.cd by^the defendant us his own child. The^plaint ill asks that Ihe bond- of matri^^mony Ik* dissolved ami that she lie^awardi-d the t-iisiodv of her child. She^also asks for ultnrni's fees ami alimony.^An affidavit ami patitMM for a restraining^oilier wa- also tiled ill the case,^and alleges that i he defendant^is owner of Ihe Old (dor;.. Mmulna Star PrarikM^ livening star midllerdle mining claims: also^lots .;. 7. s. '.i and lo. biork^-PI. Untie townsiti. and a lot of other realprapart) and Ptadrl. m the Fu st \.-i- linualhank, ill all to the value of MX^^0011, 'I lie court i^ m ted an order n-siraiii-^ina Mi. r.uii.dy Iroui ihs|sisittg or in an aayfrnomnn^rltig the pmpjny dajHtia the |s-ti'liI Icy of ihe divorce -uit. The plain- tiffalso filed lu-r aflMavH lot proaaMMiMj^hci- suit in t'li .im fMtwfientli I'nokHie .li-welrjr. Hmi. May :i. New MMMftM Mauri towna:c RJfVMted ahniist avCt) ila\. Yaa* lardayaftaenoanwhile Mrs. Ki^ l.anl Mui-^laollami ^..al'scut MM Lcr home. IM^I'.ast (,ratiite. it was etilciiil b^ li e ie.it^iln-ir and everything r iiissek'-d. Ml . Mill,^hell Kid's gold wateli and cha-.n aata^stolen 11 gel her w ith two ladies' gold i u .^^^a pair of ear ling- a revolver and it:^cash. A sin MM I'ie' c lll.il a \ aluable r.t::-^wore ovefionacd. The prn|n^it.v stolen la^v i ed at MBft The matter has bean^placed III the hands of the |*ilicc. but ni^trace of Ihe i Iiu-m s has \ct Is-en feu in I. Piptti-stMMMTMMMMM M Lc.is. TheIJoerr story Told by a Voaac I.sily^Now In Kan Frnnrlsro. Bcttk,May 3.^I'nder the caption of ^A^Mysterious Woman,^ the San Francisco^(TiroiuWrof April at contained the follow -^ing somes hat sensational article, which^caused considerable ^|icculation here as lo^the identity of the mysterious woman and^her supiKMed wealthy sister: MissKste Mit arrk'k. who lis* tieen liTing at^the Intel Merrlt some mouths, li.-m a ipHXT story^lo Ml. She says (hut slue ^ she has Into, staving^nt the hotel sue has ten pa d OM ^'lit ^I rent.^mill Ml no iuea who is |is\itig Iht evin-nses.^The only relatives slir hak iii this pat i ol tile^eoiintryiii Miss Ktiims Mel aril -k. siin lives at^Unite l ily. Ihelieve that one of mv n-lallvos left me a^furtiiiie.^ salil Miss Met arrlrk. ^anil have an^liles that Mil llttenipt Is Isvlllg IIIMile to -lie.it tut'^out of the money. There Is something uolnn mi^roni'ernlnii niv welfare, lutt I eaiuiot fatlioiit the^mvsterv. ' Mls^ Mel nrrlek tilts nlsiul the hotel^iu a niys.erioiis manner, anil yesterilay broirglit^a 'jiicei inlMiire tntlie 1'hitHifrU rtffiee^ and said^Hint It hail liecn left in her IMM for rnMee. r !^^^^thinks some one is trvlng lo |miIshii tier. The^|'|o|irleiot of the hotel savsthat I lie wuiniin s^Isiard has l i en paid for eight months hy her^sister, w lm hves in Untie I ity, Mnut. Aftera little iuquiry a St\mivi:ii re-^MfhM ascertained that 1 lie- relative of ihe^woman was Miss Isnui McCarriek. a fasli-^iouable iliessmaki r wMM i'llcutage Mp^^i-esents the ultra-stylisli element of the^feminine portion of the local 400. The^lady's establishment is located in the^^ aphec block, when' the reporter found^her displaying an artistic triumph to the^admiring gnte of several of her best cus^^tomers. To the re|Kirter's ret|Uest for an^interview she said that she was very Imsy.^but on his assurance that only a few min^^utes of her time would lie rc^|iiircd she^consented to see him. When shew n the^article from the I'lmmirh: she snidlli.it^she had seen and read it.and tiiat Isi-ausc^of its exaggeration ami misrepresentation^it annoyed her greatly. The ^nMMMMM^woman^ Miss McCarriek said was her sis^^ter, w ho at Iiiin-s was affected w till mental^ahls-ratioti, and w hen suffering from one^of those attacks was the victim of IM^most startling and peculiar hallucinations^and was prone to make such exaggerated^and groundless statements as the one^limited ill llie t hinuirlc. Miss Met ^l-^rick appeared adverse to talk alsattt^the matter and deplored ti e publicity^w hich it had acipiinil. She sanl lliat she^puid Iter |Ms^r sister's Isiaiil i ver^ month^ami also her other MMi ami as for the^alleged attempt on the pa i t of some one^to keep her out of a fortune that was one^of Ihe iM-ruli.tr hallucinations under which^her sister lalsired at times. MissMcCarriek said that at intervals^only did her sister's |a*cutiar uiciil.ilafflic^^tion assert itself and the attacks always^MM of short duration. Al other times she^was us rational as it was possible for u^human being to be. ToI lie question whether am fortune^had been left for herself or her sister Miss^McCarriek said that the only fortune she^was aware of ill which she or her sister^was Interested was the income from her^business, and this she assured the reporter^was not of such collosut proportions as to^cause her an^ unusual degree of MM) ami^uneasiness. UN AT WALKBKVII.I.K. A Cook on m Tear-Mrs. Molli-aii anil^Vtrs. O'Neill After i lie iii.I Mini. Wvl Kl Itv ll.l t . May 3. 'I he MMMMM^Ihe Walker house went w ithout their din^^ner to-day as a result of the cook. (i^-orge^Clark, going on a (ear shorily before the^noon hour and demolishing things in^the kitchen to such all exielit that it look^several hours' hard work ami the cxpendi-^tureof considerable ii.ot.cy to get things^in anything like their former shape again.^John Snow, who was also mmMmvM)^under the inPui nci'of Iheliow ing how l,^tried to do up Clark, ami in about in mil:-^tiles the kitchen resembled a butehei -Imp^molt' than il did ;:ti)ilung else, with blood^spattered over i-vci vtbitig and incvcr.v di-^reetion. ( lark's lace was huiium-red all^out of slia|M'befotc tin- tw o men could Is-^separated and carted off lo the county jail.^They will M||| conic up before Judge ller-^Iwrt to-morrow afMMOOft, Mr-, tllcn Mulligan .mil Mrs. Llizalieth^I I'Neill. two lailies bv ing on I i'i riii av enue,^got mixed up ill a ucighlsu-lv row to-da.v.^which was brought loan cud hy Mrs. Mul^^ligan tapping her neighbor a not very^gentle rap on the bead w ith a stick iif^cor.lvvooit. Mrs. (I'Neill then had Mrs.^Mulligan arti's ted on the charge of ass. ult^and ha1ter^ and lallM Ix-t'orc Justice licr*^Im*i1, %v ho continued llie case for a few^days to give the parties a chance to settle^their little diftVul i.v. TimLynch of ^ enterv ille amused him^^self for an hour or so this forenoon bv^chasing his fat hi-l-.n-lnvv mound |M hou-c^and over the adjoining lots. The^old gentlemen had him arretted^and J list n-e Herbert lined hun^M and costs for having so much fun al^solucltody else's cx|M'IIMe. Mrs.Frank Vonlclla's case comes up be^^fore Just ice At Hold at o'elis k to-mor^^row. Tills is a charge of assault and bat^^tery, preferred h;. John Kellv. The ease^has attracted eon si lerable atiemion and^all the ivsideniK of that part of the city^known M ^chicken Hat,' w ill Is-on hand^to sse the fun, Aforce of men is regularly employed on^the remaining ho slumps in tile big Alice^mill, getting lliem readv lo OMMaMM^dmpping at an early il He. The -H-stump^mill is also being thoroughl.v overhnuh'il^and repaired at all |Miin1s where there ia^any sign of weakness. At aril I nun Ihe ( lilull. T l^f KrtuW ^i Ihr Slnii lunl:^W'niilil von kiifillv allow us to lepl, In tbe MMof w. i . i iissjiiv that aasaaMataal illthe 1st VMiVKIiof the Mh of April.^ Now.^sir. Mr. i assist, i-lainis in that MMM In have^heaH I MMMMf for tin- past four veais. Now.^llie fin'l of a man claiming In he a mecluinle^ills'* lint make hun so: on tin- eelitral'v. we hnve^liiemliers lielenuiiig to tin-, union vv ho w ill -n ear^that l assiilv MrtN the lusl in 1h-^m li^s than^fliiee vents ago. \ow. sii, we have a creal fa* speeifor ^ Intvararriar m a ta^aarrlar, i-m not whenhe claims to ls^ a hi let layer. Now. If Mi.^t assiilv can Inform us where he li-arueil his^t raile. ,:tul if he CM Maine* OM single hrh-k^layer that has ever unrkeil with him as n imir-^tieviiian. anil aha win rourU far him as a nns^Ileal In leklaver. this union w ill u^ ha pin to offer^Mr. i assiilv aiori ^Mpte apningv for slating thai^lie v-a% not a mechanic lie also m.-ile the^nl ii it ie stati-nienl t lull si-hail no l ight to luasi-^a light a.-ahist bint. as there was nothing in mir^hv laws shunt bM it'nssMyi. Sow, sir, aa ran assureMr. i assiilv that a-- far.-is he lliibv liju.illv atvaaeernel the asea thai Area up those hy-^law-viere u it aware Ilia! Mr. I assiilv. was in^^ ^Mstetiee. (tarI'v-lass are net aimed at Mr. t asslily or^anv at her iaaivhlmil. hat at an J nne n Ho enii-^aneta luisiin-ss so a* to v.ork an ininry aa our^Meatlirt's. \\ i-can also assure \ i i ..s.ntv that^we have nn aves lo grltnl. anil even if we Inul.^we hate tin a ml 'It n u to gi nut them OB his gi nnl- slnne. Itv orih-l of till, liui ui. \\.f, w\ vx, i or. aeeretai \.^V, I'. I'i i ni. Heptay.^Ilutle. May ;'. FRIENDSOF TAXPAYERS CountyCommissioners Hold Another^Interesting Meeting. ANOPINION HANDED DOWN AttorneyGeneral Haskell Explains^Some of the Montana Law^Appeals for Help -^Road Work. IHriK,May ;t. The i|iie^itioii as in^w hf'thcr tlif tvt pis of the county coinnii*-^Aionem end tin** fall, or in tin1 fall of 1K^\^or wlu'lliiT l^y jj(hmI or ill fortune tli^*^^MPi n'|uii'i-il undrr the law to m'rve mil it^l^.Ci has Umu puttied tin* Silver B-^^^eounty foiiiriii-sionrrv, and the matter^^M ftnally Hiilimitted to tin* attorney grn-^cinl. Hi- ikpimou wan laid Ukft^re tin*^iMurd tLis luoruiuif* *timI pn^l^ahly *^*ttl^ tilt'IplPMtloil. Vbileth^^ altomey genenil holds that^tin* ('oiiimiriHidiiiMh hold (Her until N'**^vi'IdIht. kWa tlif pri'm'Ut ImkihI t \i)tt'^^^^'^^Ml relU'f that the titniMs n..t louiat*r. as^th^ ^ had f^'an il. Mr. SfrQueritej an^l Mr.^( apli.f Inith |miaitivel^ nay tliey an1^not randidatCk for rrel^h*tion ami^would not havf the* s4sM aicam^under any rousidcratioti. In ai*^ ordam *^^w iih the fipiutiiu the i'lfM'k will inrhuU' in^tin* ^*1( t'tiim licit this fall a call for tin- IcCllOtlof lllrtM eollllllisailolli'l-f., w ho w ill taketheir olflec in Xovemlwr, JKHi, |^ro-^ridMM the pmiHiM'd auieiMhueut to the^C'oiiMttiilion. relating to c ountv niinini^-^sioiiern. is .idopt^^d. The|^-. Nation,d hank toi\i^ IIUmI a^(( rtMsed ^ !^^ eli 11 ^r ^*^ pc r t*^ nl. nf t lie ft^(Miltond*. and the conuiiiKsiiiners made^an order Htoppin^ the intei^ t*t on the ohl^I oiuIk to )^o into rdeet .luly 1.^*1 tie Ikoard eoiiHidem tho fad^that a home hank | urehased the^bond*. e^ nipethiu' ajjaniKt all the^latye tno.iiy ceittei'n from Wall StfVH lo Dvaiefl*.ihe greatest adwttlstmi'iit of Blltteend SiUer BaW roMMty S linaurial^coialitioi. that COtlM he had. Aiuotii:the hilU for April allowed tixlax^were the follnw ui^ additioii.il oni'i* fi^r the^iiiailitennnre of tlie i ^^unt\ pOOf I Hannah^^lames, nurst', s.^: 0Ho A. Siuvo, reajta wBt^TekocV Curtlsa ffeeeriasa tirandy A^Murray. wcmhI, ^ .'.. (^: Wimlnor stabava,^hac k hin . #7.^^^^: C. A. lic'iitaoii, cleutintr^.^HUM); K.J. Leonard. COIUM) diM-tnt.^RMuuvlsa) KetiataUetn, linseed oil lor imn^i hoiite. ^4 : JkIiu H. Hiown, n ut tor Mi*.^I'liee. M| M(^. ,|. MH aii!c\v.^iMiard. ; Mrs. M.n^ Met omiell.^re nt. *15.^*^: Mr.. to oij;e S|ienc^'i\^Im aid, $lti..'^7 : Mrs. Annie I'ai kt r. rent. Ill0.1. lis lines sy, raraets. ete.. $^.'.r^n: John ^ apliee A Co.. uii ci ries. |H7;t.1^Ti: Kiekardsct UewUv n ni. lasteaaan A. Mmph. ti nt. f7t^: V. K. W, ratten, n ut.^gaOt l\ H. MuUatie^. bciard,ftKi; l^avidsen^Hro^., Kri^-eries. $1.'^. 'I'here are a iiuiiiImt^nioiv to come that have licit ^et Im en au^^dited. Aresolution was adopted (luingin* the^dale inr view inc a new eoiilit^ rnttcl idoil;;^( amp c n ek tiom Ma^ I to .Jane J. AFr* im hiraii apphoil to the Im aid for^p.tiipc*r traiis|^oriaih u to liuaith. Mum.,^t ui as he Ins heeti iu the inunn ^ tdy a^few w asfes* he w an MM m d in SSStSS of hi*^i oiiuti^meii. He i (Ten d to mmjsI the^mot:ey l-ac k as SDSSI as ha i oiild earn it. Mrs.Hi pkins ( oinplaiued tnal she had^iM'en ilh'callv assossed mi m,uic property^and |tl^^S w as leasitled to her. 'llie attei noon M'ssion was uicwtl^ taken^up with a diM'iisKiou of ||m law aanai ^ hu h^the uraud jury** eiitieisms werohused.^The eonut^ attorney was preM-nl and the^v1 hole matter was refemMl to him. and he^promised to f% poll at the next tinettna^^Itoad Supei\i-or MaHaffj was itist i uetid^to iufc^nn his men that aeeaeaMMI la tisv^irratid jmy. wha h iajalataafia eoiiioh;iiu^with a strict letter of the law. the^ would^I ^^ eoiii|ie|!e^| to work in the RltUW for^fl'.an n clay. As the mr li are all im mhei ^-^of lahor unions thc^ lia\calread^ di*elareil^that thoy would not work for laai than ^..^ada\.Imt N!r. Ha|HJSfft| promisiil in eat t \^out the i*ouiiiiissioiiei^*' iiistruet;orir^ and^make a report to-iii'irr-ivv niormuif. IneaaaaMaajea with the jnr\'s itsaaet,^Mi. MsMparli this BMieaJaM pfesetHedlus hilllor April. ptaeillS ht^* salary at ^ a day^iiiiil^eViamiv for In- team, w hieh Makes^it bO eonts a day more than hi'Iore. The^eommi: sinners ici-o^nizetl the justice of^the hill, hut cut il clow n to the old amount^ol #.*^ a rial for man mm team. Mostot the men MOW working for the^^upeivisor have worked on tIn* eaMMi|^RMnis lor yearn and alw ^ irot t'.'i a da^ . AllMJMMMMMM of I '.miKs and Waiti i^union assemt^l^ :^,tt|M. K. of L., are n-^MMMMari to In- preset!i at ne\t IWMtllaf^uieetuiff. WediicMlny. May 1. leMif. at^p. m. BMstaaaS of importance MSMM trail ^^acted. ('. M. ( ohuaii. rcM'ordinu nern-^tar^ MMMMM*^f Nlm khntiler* Mi i-llni;. Thercffularannuat imi'tiiifcof the Mock-^holders of the Anaconda Mining eoiupatiy^w ill Ih' held at I he olllce of the BDSMMJUi *.^aaMMMi 1 and t'hamtters' I.lock, at Ifntm^C'lty, Montana. Tueoday. May 17, iML'.at^J o'cloc k p. in.F. fct- BaMUKAMti aefasao MaMMM)**f Itnnitval. Hr.With^rspiMiii has reiuovcMt hi* office*^fnnn Dr. Whiiiord'^ residence to roomie ^ ^^ami ^'-. New UatMNM MMstu Hours. f^ to^isVJ n. m., 1 to | and 7 to .'p.m. Hasi^^ileinfatnl hospital, eoi nc r cif J*at U and^Jueknou streets. iiMMMJi**t 1 mi'- Cetnmeiicincw ith Sunday. Mn^ 1* t'nion^I'aeitte fsst mail tram Vo. : w ill last o^Itutteni -^:.Vi p. m. in-lead of 4:^1 p.m.^\o. 1 fiist mail w dl art iv^^ in Miitte al 1: -t^p. m. instead of ItMsMbMs* Montana Ss^^press w ill nrrive at ftsitaw in. itinte id ol ^^^u. 111. No other changes have heeu MMMMn Ior lit-nt. Fiue*uil ofetegantly furni-hed raaaSSa^\V. Di Fenin r. safiWaat liroadway. ButMN msmmms AHMMMMMan of tMO MMJtte Miners' union^mm riiaiested |m depnsit their catds of^ni^tnl^cr'*hip with the secretary Ma later^than 7 days fn.m date. Jos. Thoman,^pn-sideiit. (j. M. lUlla*. rce. wfv., April^11J ^mjq, Fore\ rythlnsf in the MMavIe Umm msM mm^or nddii'-^^t The Sherman Music company.^North Mam Mreet. liutte. OpMaaHiaain MMasaaTMMMi at ^ saMtafft*s MMM*Msllafl. one block west of tlie post- MMMMj Comfort's new aristo photo- are th^^ tin-^^ -i m M-mtati i. tialh rv one Ul*k we-*t of^pu**!oiIli*e. Allladies desiring fajhionable dies*,^making and a MSffMSet Ht call on Mr-.^Maim, room upper floor, Cohbuu lions.'.^Beat ftroa'iway. Wti.'iltrc^^ psaBSMMaaMl will irniiac 'I^iloor*^ Mi nt of |treM-nt lot ilion on in ulioul^Ma) Ut. tIll^ first-eiaHH stock ill wiiu's. r^MSfl^and MMMfSat Met orunek H Uk^MsMS** I.\Ve\ M^ i rill. aitor!ie^ a; id notar\.-^7 S'uHnMam stiMMt. BatteC'lty, Maota P,11. S. of A. eniti|^itis ami MMMftMJ ^ U'j*^. lbs jeweh r. (hrel ^ blacki KnlshtsofPytkias Mass ami c harms at^^^l.e.\s,^ tlie jeweler. Mw sh ^ blueka Privateam! i-hmuie i|i-^ MMSS ItMMtetl bj^Dr. KssMMMaSa new Uwsle^ block* Ifvim sfMMI irottf ji-weii\ rafaalead eota iiiucnni. M Wot I'ark ^*ii ^ t. FastemStar pins. ^'Lc^s,^ tlie jev ^l^-r Son**of m. Ctennje etulilem plus tad^charms at *'!.^^ I hvsfe) blot U. v.u. F. of A. MMSf at ^^I.e.vs.^ th^^ j- ^-^eler, A.Oh L7i W puis. *'I,eys,^ th^ jeweler.^Haughtrrof lie!** U.ih |iiu*. ^U \ D.J. HEMNESSY -ocxMERCANTILE CO. BUTTECITY, MONTANA. MEN'SCLOTHING, Spring,Winter OHSummer, Seasonablein Weight^Reasonable in Price. OCRSPRING STOCK is ready for your inspection. It contains the^choicest stylc^ that have been introduced this season, the beauty ol^w hich RUISt be seen to be appreciated, as well a-, full lines of Clothing^such as the average working or business man requires. Asall these garments were made UP t() ol|r order from materials especially^selected for their jj-ood wearing qualities and were cut and fashioned in the most^approved style and trimmed in a substantial manner, we believe we are off of*^in;^ a better class of goods at le^s price than can be found elsewhere. MEN'S FurnishingGoods. Thereis nothing in this line that you may require but will be found herein^the greatest abundance. Our stock of Fancy Over Shirts is simply superb.^We have the latest style-, the newest patterns in all the several materials in^Use. We buy closer than any house in town, because, a- our sales are immense^we purchase Large quantities at a time and thus secure as extra discount and^better figures. MensNeckwear, Men'sUnderwear, Mens Suspenders, Men'sBoots and Shoes,^Men's Hats and Caps,^Men's Dress Shirts, Collars,Cuffs, Etc Wehave in each and every department a choke assortment of the leading^styles and n^ west goods produced for the coming ^c M^n.^t)ur regular lines will tully wca your every expectation. QualitiesHigh, Prices Low. DJ.Hennessy MercantileCo., ButteCity, Montana.