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THEANACONDA STANDARD. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1803.
Thebutte office^oPTMt standard Is10 the Jew WinJsor Hotel Annex, Ho. tl^list Broadway. Tbe Telephone^number Is 258. aStsivliimiati wID b* received at th* MM^ofnc* oT the Htamdabd tUI I o'clock^F. M. for Insertion In the fol^^lowing moraine'* paper. ThebYajtbabd It delivered to Butt* tubserf*^^rs auto all 1 inorntna. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. AttendTVishon's lialf-priee underwear^aaia for choice bargains, 41 Eaat I'ark. Darid ('. Porter of tbe Firat National^bank is reported very ill. Aaon waa born March 14 to tit* wife of^H. Veelnian of Hopkins atreet. Registrationat tbe eloae of the books^laat night ^ bowed 251 name*. Haveyour wateli and jewelry repaired^by J. H. Ley son, 221 Upper Main atreet. Excellentwork done by the Uutte Steam^laundry. Lace curtain* a apecialty. Tele^^phone 322. Tlx-World's Fair association will meet^Monday, at 3 p. in., in Good Templars' EE TheSpider and Fly^ will open a three^nights' engagement ut the opera bouse^Monday night. Thefuneral of V. Hoy t will take place^at 11 o'clock thia forenoon from the resi^^dence. No. 823 North Wyoming street. JohnStainant, aged Mi, who died at^Meadervillo Friday night, will be burled^at 2:30 this afternoon from Slierman'a un^^dertaking rooms. J.W. Smith, the barber, will be buried^from Sherman's undertaking room* at 2^o'clock this afternoon. The colored lodge^of Odd Fellows, to which the deceased be^^longed, will attend in a body. Custer'sLast Rally^ will he on exhibi^^tion at Maguiro's opera house again to^^night, and the artist will also deliver bis^lecture on General Custer. D.S. Griffith, wife ami daughter Ilessie,^having apent thn wiuler at Los Gotes,^^ al., with their daughter, Mrs. K. It. Wal^^lace, havo returned to their home ncur^Si uart. TheIndian Kickatan, who assaulted an^^other Indian near Lloyd's milk ranch a^few days ago, wax found guilty by Judge^Oilman yesterday and seut up for :m days. S.M. Nixon, charged with malicious^mischief, was discharged in Judge Col-^man's court yesterday attornoon, ami the^costs charged up to the complaining wit^^ness, Mrs. Mar)' Knowles, who ia the^mother-in-law of the defendant. W.R. Smith, a miner, celebrated St.^Patrick's day too violently at the Morgan^house in South Hum-, and waa up in^Judge ( olman's court to-day to anawer to^a charge of disturbance. Considering the^circumstance*, the judge let him off with^a line of $5 and coats, which waa promptly^paid. TheKnights of Labor will bold a public^meeting on Monday evening at Miners'^Vnion ball. Thia being one of tbe moat^prominent labor organisations' in tbe^United States every Indy should go and^hear the principles and objects discussed.^After tbe social a free dunce will be^given. (onprumliMl. Btttf., March IK. Sheriff Graves of^Kossuth county, Iowa, arrived in tbe city^it -day to secure C. IL Shemerborn, who^was arrested laat evening on telegraphic^information. The Iowa sheriff baa been^chasing Shemerhorn for several months.^He was wanted for obtaining several^thousand dollars under false pretenses^through a land deal. Tbe man who got^the worst of the deal accompanied toe^sheriff, and they succeeded in making^soma kind of a settlement with Shemer^^horn and be waa released this evening. Ithappens sometime* at tbe end of ^^season that a manufacturer's agent baa a^great many samples of perfect goods, but^which do not perfectly represent the fac^^tory. As there is usually only one of ^^kind, they are gem-rally sold at a great^bargain, and it is jiiHi such an one that^the Council Co. offers to the Uutte public^the next two days hi hemstitched and^einhroidcrrd handkerchiefs. See their^window and be convinced. S-' f^s I*t lie price of a dress inttem offered by^( oiirtenay. Case A Gravelle Co., made up^of i olxxirg and changeable silk. Take a^look at tbe combination. Motif*la Voter*.^The ^great register^ of the city of Butte^will be open for registration al the Mc-^Itcrmott hotel on Friday, March 17, at 0^11. m., and will continuo open from day to^day, as by law ret|uiretl. JohnM^ ^ 'kimmun. City Clerk. Whenyou buy a rarpot you should re-^mcmticr that you are purchasing an ar^^ticle that I* to last you for some years,^and therefore it is as well to go where you^can choose from a largo selection, as the^style and pattern are in Homo soys more^important than the price. Hut there ia a^store In Hutu- that combines both of^these. There is the place above all others^that you should elect to patronise before^any and all others. Tobe in the swim you must be alive to^what ia going on all around you. Note^the shape and style and tit of the new^season's goods and wear them. And that^leads u* to remark on thoto new shape*^in men's hats that tbe Council Co. have^just received. You can see some sample*^in their clothing window-. Excellentpatterns In dress ginghams on^Monday and Tuesday for 10c a yard at^Council's. Also ^litre Shaker flannel for^6c a yard. WhiteShaker flannel for Monday and^Tuesday only, at 5 cents a yard. Klegant^dres* gingham* for 10 cents a yard at M.^J.CoaneUV Sendto W. II. Raymond. Puller Splngs,^Montana, for catalogue* of hone* to be^sold at auction at the Butte race track^April 4,1KB. Don'tfail to attend Kahnweiler'a reduc^^tion sale in children's dresses to-day. Fora good selection of carpets, lino^^leums, curtalna and floor cloths go to M.^J. Council's and find tbe best and^cheapest. Firesale commences this morning at^Mrs. Rose Perkins', 46 West Park street. Thel.nt.-t Stylesof spring wraps at Courtenay, Case^A Gravelle (Vs. Streetsuits for spring wear, at -well as^spring wrain are shown in plenty at^Courtenay, Case A Gravelle Co'e. OregonKidney Tea will etas Consti^^pation. Nervousness and So^sjUd Rheu^^matic pains in tbe email of tbe back. THEBOILERJXPLODED 1Fittl Accident to a Montana Union^INK TWO INSTANTLY KILLED Tha Boiler Wag Red Hot. and^Whan the Water Struck the^Iron, tha Explosion^Followed. Butte,March IN.- The moat appalling^accident in the railroad history of Butte^occurred on tbe Montana Union shortly^before 4 o'clock this morning, at the^watertank on lb* bill, juat east of tho^cable road power bouse. Two men were^burled into eternity without a second's^warning, and two more were dangerously^and terribly Injured through a boiler ex^^plosion. Expert testimony, which still be^given at tbe iaqueat, will be required to^develop tbe cause of tbe explosion, but it^is the general belief among railroad men^that it waa due to lack of water in the^boiler. Tho two men who were instantly^killed war* H. J. Winkoawerden. gener^^ally known around tbe yards a* ^Wink,^^tha engine foreman or conductor of the^train, and John Kane, a switchman. The^engineer and llremin, Paul Fetlierkyle^and Jamea Mulligan, miraculously es^^caped with their lives and are now lying at^Murray A Gillespie's hospital, both badly^hurt. Tbe men were all blown la a south^^easterly direction from the locomotive^and Kane's lifeless body waa picked up^over 100 yard* from tho scene^of tbe explosion. The only man^on tbe train who escaped without^a scratch was Ed Smith, the brakeman,^who waa atanding on the rear car when^tbe explosion occurred. He can tell noth^^ing about the explosion, however, a* it^waa so dark that he could not see ^ hat^waa going on around the engine prior to^tbo explosion. Thetrain consisted of 13 empties and^waa pulled by hill engine No. 160 with the^crew above tnentionod. It pulled out of^the yard* some time between -:^^^ and 8^o'clock and arrived at the water tank^about S :45, aa nearly as can be ascer^^tained. The engineer pulled up at the^tank to tako water and a few moment*^later the boiler exploded with a terrillc^force, which can be only imagined hy the^disastrous results. The boiler left the^frame of the locomotive and went up 111^the air about 60 feet and turned com^^pletely over and came down on the water^tank with such force that it demolished it^completely, splintering it into kindling^wood. Tbe boiler went clear over the^tank and fell on tho other side of ii close^to the frame work with the front end^headed down the bill. The explosion^could be plainly heard all over tho cily,^and in a few momenta other railroad men^and people living in the neighboring^house* were engaged in (he search for tho^bodies. Fetlierkyle, Wiiikcnwerden und^Mulligan were all discovered at^about tha same time, not far^from the ruin* of the loco^^motive. The engineer waa found between^tbe two track*, about 160 feet away, lying^In a stream of water from the demolished^tank. He called out to the rescuing party^that he was cold, and thia first attracted^their attention to him. He waa quickly^placed on a mattress and carried into the^section house. Hi* first quest ion was: Whereia tbe engine ^'' Onbeing told that it waa close to the^water tank, be asked: Waathere any water in it^ Beforetbe question could be answered^he became unconscious. While the en- Jineerwas being picked up Winkorwer-^tn's body waa found beside an old pow^^der bouse, which stands at the south side^of tbe tracks, about 76 or 100 feet from the^water tank. Ho bad struck tbe house^w Itli such force aa to knock the aide of it^in perceptibly, and some of bis brains^were found on the window sill where he^struck. His head was flattened out and^smashed up, and his right leg was badly^broken. Death muat have been instan^^taneous. Mulligan was found on the^other side of the powder house, and had^evidently been blown clear over^it. Ho was carried into the^section house in an insensible condition.^Some time elapsed before Kane's body^was found, but it was Dually discovered^down the bill iu a southeasterly direction^from tli* lank, and Just 316 feet from it.^Hi* skull waa fractured and his left arm^and both legs were badly broken. The^aback no doubt killed him instantly.^Kane's liody was taken to Sherman's and^Winkenwerden's remains were removed^to Met art hey A McBratney's undertaking^rooms. The two injured men were re^^moved to Murray A Gillespie's hospital.^Fetlierkyle is the more dangerously injured^and his recovery is doubtful. He has a^fracture of tbe skull which ha* resulted in^compression of the brain. Hi* face is ter^^ribly scalded and both bones of his left leg^are broken. It will be necessary to trepan^tho akull to save hi* life, and a* this oper^^ation ia both delicate ami dangerous it can^^not bo predicted a* to ^ helher or not he^will survive it, although the physiclnns^have Iio|m^s of pulling him through. Mul^^ligan is not so badly hurt. He has a broken^cl-ivicle and a had scalp wound, but it is^thought that he sill recover. Themen were all evidently blown in^tbe same direction, but just where they^were when the explosion came can only^be surmised, as the two survivors are too^badly injured to talk. When Fetherkylc^was found, he had hi* oil can in hi* hand,^and this liaa led to the sup|^ositi^in that he^waa on the south side of the engine, oiling^up, when the boiler exploded, and it is^thought that Mulligan was upon the len^^der letting water into the tank. On the^other hand, Fetlierkyle told one of the^hospital attendants during a few mo^^ments of consciousness that lie waa just^starting up, and had hi* hand on the^throttle when the explosion occurred. He^thought that Mulligan, the tiremsn. wa*^up on hi* seat in the cab, and that Win-^kerwerden waa standing in the gangway.^He did not know how he happened to bat e^the oil can in his hand when he waa found.^After tolling thia much Fetlierkyle lapsed^into unconsciousness again. The engi-^neer'a watch, which haa been on exhibi^^tion by an enterprising III 111 of jewelers,^stopped at 3:66. retherkylelias been in the employ of the^Montana I'mon as fireman and engineer^for about five years, and has always Iwn^regarded aa a careful and thoroughly com^^petent man. Winkenwcrden has been^employed in tbe yards for two or three^years, and comes from Waterlown. Wis,^The other men were new hand* on the road^and this waa their second trip. Mulligan^comes from Missoula, where Ma SaatlkSf^and sister reside. He tils. ^ has n I mil her,^who is employed as hostler ill the North^^ern Pacific roundhouse at Helena. Kane^had no lelalives in this country ^o fur^a* know 11. Ho came here not long aa*^from C alifornia, and it i* thought that his^folk* live in the old counry. l-'rlhorkyle I^come* from Missouri, s h^ re he own* a^ranch. Tho engine was of Gram make of^the ntyle termed ^hogs,^ and weighed .'-6 !^tons, with IN by 24 cylinders. Il had only^la-en out of the shop* about four mouths^and waa supposed to be 111 good condition,^as no report hail been made of anything^being wrong with il. until last evening,^when Fetlierkyle himself reported thn^one of the brake rods needed Using. The enginehad a piece about six Inches .^blown out of tbe boiler last summer, but^this was fixed up and mad* as strong, .aa alien new. TheCaass. Thereis no doubt in Hi* mind of wall^posted men who 11 ade an examination of^tbe wreck tbia afternoon, that a dry bolter^waa tbe cause of the explosion, and all the^present indications tend to prove that it^waa red hot when the injector wa* started^and tbe water commenced to pour lafl^the tank on the tender. The crown^which ia made of three-eighth* steel, it^blown clear out of it* place and torn to^pieces, and lias every appearance of hav^^ing been boated red hot. The big tbktk^stay bolts have tbe same appearance, and^tbe inaido of tbe boiler is also burned,^showing that it wa* dry, and it looks as^though it, too, bad been red hot or nearly^so. The valves of the injector war* found^to be partly open, end it is thought that^the explosion took place Just as the in^^jector was started. Tbefront end of the boiler wag caved^In, probably by striking the water tank or^tbe ground, but tbe other end, which^projected into tbe cab, ia scarcely dam^^aged at all, which very likely account* for^the escape of Hi* engineer and Ureman, If^they wore in the cab at tbe time, as ia^stated by Fetberkyle. Tbe railroad man^express tbe opinion that the engineer wa*^too easy on his fireman, and that in sav^^ing him tbe work of taking in water from^the tank he neglected it too long, and^thua cauaed tbe accident. Thia ia only a^supposition, however. There are no water^glasses on tbo Grant ^nog^ engines, and^the quantity of water in the boiler is as^^certained by cocks at various heights on^the boiler bead. These cocks are tested^frequently by all careful engineers. theengineer's. presentiment. Lastnight'* doubly fatal trip wa* Fata-^erkyle's first run on the road since the^shut down on tbe hill, and when lie want^to work last evening it waa against hi*^will, and only after repeated solicitation*^from the company. He sprained his^ankle some time ago and waa attacked^with erysipelas at about tbe same time.^He only got out and around a few daya^ago, and refused to go to work several^times, been use lie did not feel well^enough. When the call bov came for bim^last evening he said lie did not feel able to Ktowork, out when the yardmaater aent^ck word that they were short of^men and urged him to take^his run, be Anally consented.^The poor follow seems to have^bad a presentiment Hint something^waa going to happen during tbe night.^All four men who were in tho wreck took^1 heir midnight lunch at the Hon Ton res^^taurant in South Butto, as usual, and tbe iiroprieior,William Hart, says that when^-'ethcrkyle came in, lie said to tbe other^three that lie wished ho could find some^one to take hi* run for the rest of tho^night. Seme one told him that if he did,^he wouldn't get anything for the work he^had already done, ami he replied: ^I^wouldn't rare. I didn't want to go to^work to-night. 1 don't feel right, and I^am ufraid that something is going to hap^^pen before morning.^ The others tried to HICKEVS_F00LI8HNES8 TheRecently Acquitted Ian in Jail^After One Day's Liberty. WANTEDTO KILL BURKHART Mra. Pushman's Sentence ^ De^^ferred Ona Weak^She Doesn't^Cara - Other Criminal^Matter*. rt'tte,March 18.^Frank Hickey stands^a good chance to go over tbe road yet, as^he is again in the county Jail and will^have to answer to tha charge of threaten^^ing to kill Burkbart. Laat night, while^making tha rounds in company with sev^^eral of bis kind, Hickey found Burkbart^sitting In Donovan's saloon. Burkbart^started to go out. whereupon Hickey said: 8rtdown, you^.or I'll kill you, and repeated the threat, and at tbe^same time, witnesses say, put bis band on^bis hip pocket. Burkbart, however, got^up and went out and Hickey followed him^until ha finally took refuge In a doctor's^office. This morning Burkbart wa* re^^peatedly warned that Hickey had threat^^ened to kill bim and be made a complaint^in Justice Turner's court, upon which^Hickey was arrested and locked up. He^will probably have a bearing on Monday.^A dosen or more men claim to have heard^Hickey threaten to kill Burkbart, Officer^Werner and Martin, the hack driver woo^testified against bim in tbe Jordan case.^When brought to Jail Hickey denied hav^^ing made the threat*. Burkbart,who wa* arrested last night^at tbe instance of Hickey, charged with^forging the letters introduced at tbe trial,^wa* arraigned before Justice Turner thia^morning and plead not guilty. His trial^was set for Tuesday mornig. OthsrCrlsainal Natters.^Sentence in tbe case of Mrs. Push man^will not be pronounced until next Satur^^day, although she had expected to be sen^^tenced to-day. She expressed disap^^pointment and baa frequently said ah*^wanted to receive bar sentence and have^tbe matter over with. As far as she is^concerned herself, she seems to have^given up the idea of a new trial, although^a motion for on* ia yet to be argued. Ademurrer In the case of Balcain Pet-^tit, charged with attempted murder, waa^aubmitted to Judge Speer to-day, who^took it under advisement. Thecase of the state against Thomas^Heildy, charged with an assault with In^^tent to commit murder, was set for trial^on Monday. Thereare still three murder cases to be^tried, but probably all will go over until^the next term. They are Holland, for the^murder of old man Quinn; Mullina, tha^colored man, for killing a colored woman, andthe new trial of Joseph liule for the^pen uviore morning.' iu* oiuers inea to lihi^-^#j.^sr*^^L.urs, bin, that e'verytbing was all right | Z2X^j^2L^but 1 ethcrkyle repeated that he did not alltbo inmates. Neither did tba^exploaion do much damage to^the train, and the track was^cleared for traffic in a very short time.^The only person who can be called an eye^^witness of tbo affair ia Thomas Sheerin, a^miner employed at tbe Green Mountain.^He was on hi* way home from a dance,^and was only a few yards away from the^track when the explosion occurred. His^description of the accident ia very vivid.^The deafening report of the explosion was^followed by a glare of light aa tbe red hot^coals were fired through the air, which^was filled with flying debris. An intant^later the huge boiler came down on the^water tank, tearing it to pieces. Hsd the^explosion occurred a minute later, Mr.^Sheerin would have been among tbe killed^or wounded. Dr.Gillespie, tho physician for the Mon^^tana I' nion, w as himself among tbe Drat^nt the seem-. He was coming through^Centeri-ille on bis way home from a sick^call, when he heard the explosion, and ho^lushed down to his office and got hi* case^of instrument* and wa* at the scene of^the accident inside of JO minutes after it^occurred. atthe hospital. Theoperation of trephining Fetlier-^kyle's skull wa* successfully performed^by lira. Murray and Gillespie at about !^^o'clock this evening. A hole wa* first^bored down through the skull, after^which the bruised part, which wat pr-i-s-^iii* down on the brain, was pried up. It^is cstiuritod that u pressure of 60 pounds^was exerted ill bringing the skull uu to its^proper posit Ion. When the injured man^came out from under the influence of tint^ntiaeithctir, ho recovered consciousness^and felt greatly improved. Strong hopes^are now entertained of Ilia recovery, al^^though bis fate still bangs in the balance. llothof the injured men were seen at^tlie hospital by a Standard reporter thia^evening, although lie was not allowed to^converse with them. They both present a^frightful appearance. Fetlierkyle'* arm*^mid laxly are terribly scalded, and in ad^^dition to the fractured skull, he has a^broken nose and three ugly looking aralp^wounds. Although Mulligan's injuries^are mil so serious, be looks much worse^than his companion. He was literally^roasted from bead to foot. In sonic places^the flesh hangs In shreds. There^is not a hair left on hi* head,^and In addition to a broken col^^lar Nine, he has a fracture of the^external table. A message was received^from Helena this afternoon stating that^Mulligan is a member in good standing of^Hod Cross lodge, K. of P. Kane'* body^was removed to Sherman'* undertaking^nsim* and placed beside tint of Winkeii-^werden. Tbe railroad company i* now^ii)mg 10 locate the friends 01 the two^men. Coroner Porter will conduct an in-^^|iie*t on the hodica of Winkenwerdcn and^Kme al 10 o'clock Monday morning. Thecounty attorney to-day entered a^nolle in tbe grand larceny case against^Joseph Seville, and by leave of court filed^a new information to cover some error*^that bad bean found in tbe old informa^^tion. Seville was released on a $3,000^bond. Ha 1* accused of dealing in live^stock belonging to other people and ship^^ping It to eastern markets. feelright, and did not like to take hla run,^and he acted as though be waa impressed^with some strange foreboding of danger. thescene ok the accident. Thewater tank ia closely surrounded by^a number of small frame buildings, all of^which miraculously escaped serious dam^^age. Tbe iron plate on tbe boiler, bearing^the name of the maker of the engino, flew^into tbe room of Mrs. Joyce's section^boarding house, after demolishing tba^portico in front and tearing away a win^^dow, sash and all. This waa followed by^a flood of water from the demolished tank^and tho thoroughly aroused inmate*^jumped out of bod into two feat of ice^cold water. Two pieces of iron fell^through the roofs of a couple of adjoining^houses, but luckily no one waa hurt. Had^the boiler fallen 10 feat farther north it wouldhave crashed Into a double ftawl. my* for'judgnient against Mr. Maguire^^^ ^^^^ HonM probably lisvs fcanWr Jfe, fiT.000 with interest al one per cent AChangs or Veaae.^A Helena paper of today says that a^foreclosure of mortgage suit from tha dls-^arict court of Sliver Bow county baa been^Jler} m the district court of Lewi* and^Clarke county on a change of venue. It is^tbe case of the Grand Opera House com^^pany, of Butt*, v*. John Maguire. It la^alleged In the complaint that tb* defend^^ant executed a promissory not* for 117.000^with Interest at on* per cent per month.^This not* wa* secured by a mortgage on^eom* real estate in Butta. Tb* plaintiff parmonth from Sept. 29,1888, with $1,972.-^23 advanced for insurance and for an at^^torney fee of $1,000. J. A. Murray, tbe^Butte Hardware company, A. Werthey, C.^J. Srhattlein. Jamea R. Boyce, the Inter^Mountain Publishing company and Mar^^shal R. Green are made defendanta, ii be^^ing alleged that they claim some interest^in tbe mortgaged premises. InJudge MrHatton's Court.^Judge Mctiatton to-day beard argu^^ment* on motion* for new trials in tho^damage case of M. McAndrew against tbe^the Montana Vnion railroad and In^the tug of war caae of D. Salki against H.^L. Frank, and took both under advise^^ment. Anorder waa made to sell the personal rartyof the late Nina S. Barnum, now^band* of tho public administrator.^Letters of administration on the estate^of J. A. Swansimm. deceased , were issued^to Mrs. A. M. Swanstrom, who was re^^quired to file a $3,000 bond. The objec^^tions to her petition were overruled and^tbe coats taxed up to thn contestant. Thelibel case of C. H. Anthier against^Bonnet Brothers was not on trial to-day,^but will be resumed again on Monday^morning. sas Isthe price of a dres* pattern offered by^Courtenay, Case A Gravelle Co.. made up^of Cobourg and changeable ailk. Tako a^look al tbe comblnation. Butta.Montana. Telephone No. 27L ExhibitionSal* of 200 N*w Spring^Garmanta 8ent Hara by tha^Leading Manufacturers of tha^Eaat for Selection You Will Save^^3 to ^ IO In tha Purehaaa Prica^of Your Spring Garment by Buy^^ing Now - Keopenlng of Our^Dressmaking Department Tues^^day Morning ^ Madam Mile* of^ban Franolaoo. Modiste. OnSaturday we received^over 200 styles new Spring^Capes and Jackets, sent out hereby the leading cloak^dealers of the great fashion^centers of the East. Only^a sample line, one garment^of a kind. We place the^entire shipment on special^sale this week. We have^not purchased these goods^outright, but have the priv^^ilege of returning any and^all of them, as we may see^fit. We can well afford to^sell these garments at much^lower margins than if we^owned them. But rather^than return any of them,^we will put them on special^sale this week at a very^slight advance over eastern^cost. You will easily save^$% to $10 on your pur^^chases if you buy this week.^This is a cut of only one of^the styles shown. AnnouncementExtraordinary. Reopi.ximior Our Dressmaking De^^partment.^We aro happy to announce to the ladies^of Butt* and Montana tbe reopening of^our Dresaraaking Department. We nave^secured the services of Madam Miles of^San Francisco, already favorably known^in this city as one of tbe leading modiste*^of the West. The department will be^ready for business Tuesday morning. 0.K. LEWIS 4 CO. BUTTE COMPANY Willsell this week: DiamondFlour, per cwt$3 00 20lb tub Creamery Butter6 tv) Columbia^Unsweetened Cream, per can 10 Owl^Sweetened Cream, per can ... 10 10lb bucket Preserve*1 40 23lb boa bast Raisin*a 00 Cross**V Black well * Jama, each .... 25^4 year old Whiskey, per gallon3 0) Sendfor our price list which is^furnished to all who apply for it BUTTEGASHGROCERYCO libsfiltBuilding, CsntWTllle.^Cor. Park and Wyoming Sis., Bolt). A.F. BRAY, Manager. 0.LW AA-Oiasog, J.A. Gibson ^ Co. REALESTATE. HouseRenting Agency HaveInquiry dally for houses to rent.^Condersoa Block, South Butte, Montana. CLIPPERSHADES CONCERTHALL. tb*only So,Bar* and Crowded Hoot* la tat^City. Two entrances from Wyoming^Street for Private Tartlet. Vocaland Iaitrumantal Concert Every Even^^ing, strangers visiting tblt re*ort are alwavt^treated courteously. The Clipper Shades has^tbe largest transient and local trad* of say^bouse in lbs We*tern Country. KINNEY^ HANSON. Prop'ra. ChemicallyPure LITHARBE. Assaysmade In Butte by the Parrot Sliver sod^Copser Co.. Lexington Mining Co., Colorado^SawstHag Co., fast* sVsdueStoa Works and Car^^eer 4 Head thows above Litharge to be abso-^lutely silver free. Mr. Clark of tbe Parrel Co, Sol*Agsnti FAIR^ BERGSTROM, Drags,Ck^tlnalt aad Assay***' Supplies,^Cor. Park aad Arizona Streets. Butts, Montana,^No. SSI. c OMIQUR. CBa*. BVBCH ft Co.,.^Bra .Propriotors.^Manageress. 10Bkbtha. .^MONDAY EVENING, MARCH sb,^Msgnlneent Attraction.-HadJ All Bea Deb't^Troup* of Bedouin Arabs. Ten Whirl^^ing and Howling Dervishes.^The only Arabian Dancer. Mis* Omens.^The Beautiful Native Princess, Sultana Char rig.la tha Constantinople scarf nance.^Tumblers, contortionists. Somersault Throwers^Sword Dancers. Bayonet Dancers, from^ForepeiiKh'n Winter Circus,^Philadelphia.^The Supreme Wonder, the ^ inly Vanola. TheGreatest Card In Existence. OOCTOR3 NORCROSSi USTICK. THESEwell known and ratable Specialists^treat Private, chroule. Nervous Diseases^of Men. Secret Blood and skin Diseases: Nerv^^ous Debility, Impotence and other Weaknesses^of Manhood. They c*rr*rt the Secret Errors of^Youth and their terrible effects, such st Lost of^Vitality, Palpitation of the Heart, Lota of Mem. aDespondencyand other troubles of the^d ana body. They restore Lost Vigor and^Manly Power, cure diseases caused by Mercury aDespondencyand other troubles of tha^dona bt '^Manly Powei,. _. _.. .^and other Poisonous Drugs used In the Im^^proper treatment of Private Disease*. Theyare the only Specialists In this part of^tb* country who treat dleaasees of Women. Person*not able to call can add reus:^Butte. Montana, t mice, 1 Boise city, Idaho,^Owsley Block, Office and Hospital,^Booms 4, 7. f. 9. and 10.1 Gsstal Block. Tothe Public. Wedesire to ai noiince to our patrons^;uiil the public that we liave moved to^MMtal No. ^^^^^ North Main street, first^door north of the Tiittlr hardware store,^where we hope to maintain the amicable^rehiuoiia tsdatkag Itctwceii u* ami our^patron* ami merit increased p.uituince^from ibc public. UeH|ieclfiilly. KuI V S t'l'li it 1 m y, lillKH-r. Donot Ih^ tho IumI ones, ^get In^ Sew and^tf| Oregon Kiilney l ea. It s ill cure you,^and Kli other i^oor suffers of ii* virtue. FINESHOES FOR MEN. THEJOHNSTON t MURPHY THE FINEST. Wehave them in^Ten Different Styles at $5.00,$8.00, AT $9.00, THERED BOOT. A.DUCHARMB ^ CO., 36 MAIN STREET. BUTTE.