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THEANACONDA STANDARD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1893. June7 To-l).\Vthe quadrennial^congress of the Loyal Legion^meets in St. 1'aul, Minn., for a^two days session. Thedate was originally fixed^for April 14, but this idea was^subsequently abandoned, and a^June date chosen instead. Rear-^Admiral John J. Almy, the^Senior Vice Commander in Chief,^and Nelson Cole, of St. Louis^is Junior Vice - Commander.^Distinguished army and navy^veterans participate iu the pro^^ceeding-. have you 5een Haveyou seen Gans ^ Klein's^show windows this week^ If^not, look at the south window,^where you can liud Suits cheap^enough (or anyone and good^enough to dress a prince Our^north window shows all the^novelties in Spring and Sum^^mer Shirts, Madras, Cellular^and Oxfords. Motherswant to see our^speci d |] Hoy's Suit and 25c^and 50c Wai.sts. Sellingagents for the Miller^Hat, Manhattan Shirts and Dr.^Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear. Cans^ Klein, MontanaClothiers. S.MARKS. Mnn.vior Butte House. BUTTECURKENT NOTES. Col.W. F. Sanders i^ in town. fcs spring and summer suits reduced to^^Mat (be I,lobe. Babeork* Co. allow the newest^a lis pea In neck wenr. Theliantlsotiie*i lino of colon*! abirts^can be found at llabcut-k's. Whenyou w aul a now ^ud fashionable^hat go to llabrock'a hut Moris t30nulla to ^i:i and *K^ auila to 110 dur^^ing the removal aalo of Iho tilolxs Ifyou aro not in Unite send mail order^to Babeork A Co. for a stylish hat. MarcusDaly left yeatenlny morning for^St. 1'aul to attend the Hill banquet. Seeour lino Mir mid ^ftc wall paper.^Sold tbia week for Xtc. ut lla-viioltls. Haveyour fur* eton-il at Koetinc'a, the^furrier, ^ West llruailwuy. 1'rirea ruatun^^able. Thel'aul placer claim. Iicaring gold and^aluminum, unorganized dlatriet, haa been^located by I'eter Iki Sierc. TIh (ilobe Shoe ami t'lot hing company^will remove to the lloyee Imililiug, eornvr^Main and llnwilwiiy, ulmui July 1st. TheTat UsfMM who llgiirt'il in tho po^^lice court ^i^eli'nliiy i- not Patrick J.^Loftus who lives near tho t,u^mm mine. Parties^le^iriiig aSsaaaa and artistic^clothing should take utlvatilage of the re-^inoval sale of tho OwH Shoo and ( lotli-^Ing company. HanBnM of Centerville iiwived a tele^^gram yesteiilay romi-iniir tht* sad itilelh-^aajasja ot the death of bit father at Aula*^dor City, Col. Willtake four scholars in shorthand^fJUaVMavf syMenn. I erm^ IULM |m-i-^month, w, Wt Johnston, W estern I'mon^'J elegraph oltlco. Aball will bat given at the Masonic hall^III Walkerville llii* evening by the ('Ico* Itatradeuree ut KelM'kah lodge for the^M-ni-llt of Mrs. lilt sou. ThereshiHildIk1 a largo attendance at^the Kuipire ill ill ami ball lo lie giv^*n at^Curtis' hall I lnu~il.i\ evening for the ben-^eltt ot the (uhnI Teinpiars. Kxtraetof Witch Hard is gt^od. tiood^sweet civam is giKsl. hut our Witch Ha^el^cream is better lor your complexion.^Try it. Wwliro Drug More. Two|s'titlarceny iliicics were arrx-sted^at Silver lio^ jiineiioii yestenlay l^^ Ik'p-^uty Slienlf tl'Neill ami mill bo given a^trial in J'jdgo I olinaii's court this morti*^ing. Mrs.T. C. Miles and daughter leave to-^day for ail exteuiled euslern trip. After^taking in the fair iliey will goon to Mrs.^Miles' old home ut Holloa, Maine, nnd^will not return to Hutto until some tune^In ^ IctolM'i. Marriagelicenses wore yesterday issued^to Hiehunl Jeiikin ami Miaa ^ 'atlicrinc M.^Vcrruu. Imtli of t 1 n t ^ r\ ille. anil to Julius^Hulslwrg of t hoicau and Mits Carrie^Jarotts of llutle. TheCnion I'm illr is distrihuting large^colored p.etures of tin* famous tiarllvlil^ls^ach ut Sail l.akecitv. liiery national^^ity under the sou is represented among^the bather* and tin* picture is very hand^^some. Thereare mrll ih'lim-d rumors in rail*^road circles of a big cm in Ireiglit rates,^and it is understood ^hat the change will^go into eflWt on 1'rnlay next. It is ex^pii-u-d that otll.'ial notici* o! the change^will lie nif.Mil by tin- agents of the dif^^ferent lines tiwlay. Olivellruueh lotfM No. -M. I. It. O. 1 .. of^Walkert llle i lecteil the follow lug offleeM^on Saturday last lor the ensuing ail^months: J. II. Trvvarlheii. noble grand;^W. K. Hall, vice grand: W. 11. loliiiun.^s*i-retary; LoatM (iaitis. truiMirer; J. II.^Hall, trustei.. Tl^. ^.liners ,i... be iu-^atallcd on Saturdr; ivouiug.July 1. TOGET RID OF POOR LO TheCounty CoDDlsiionsrs Want (be^Cuiditn Indians to Ytooose. THEYARE TOO EXPENSIVE CollectingPoll Tmoi -Mrs, Wation^Sent Back to Butte -Great Kalis^Poesn't Want Her Hoad^Tax Collection*. Hin t:, June ii. The county conituision-^ers made an order lo-ilay that may bring^loan issue tho t'anadian free Indian nui^^sance. The band of roving C inadiau In^^diana that has been camping all over Sil^^ver How county for nearly two years has^I won a great exjM'iiao to the county in one^way or unothor. The coiuuiissionora con-^eluded to gel rid of the Indium if possible^and Clerk Johnson was onlcnil to notify^the atate authorities of tho fact thai tho^Indiana are wards of thn t anadiaii gov^^ernment; thtt they have been iptarau-^tined au account of scarlet fever, bill have^an far recovered as to as iko their ruiiiowtl^from the country desirable. The clerk^was alao instructed to call the attention^of (Governor Itickards to all the farts of^the matter and ask for tho removal of the^Indians at oticu on account of the cx|icnso^the comity has hern put to by theiu, a bill^for which will lie scut to tho atato^government. Though tho coat of^maintaining tho quarantine against^the Indians, tho ex|^ense of tho^coroner and MM trial in convicting^one of ihcso murderers and looking after^several other murderous rows ill the camp,^tboexpeuseto tho county in the past year^haa been nearly or altogether.*'-1.*!^'!, which^the atato will Im^ asked to pay or eollcct ii^from the Cnited States government for^Its failure to keep Canadian Indians from^crossinui the bonier. The people all^through Montana h.ivo for several years^been harrussed by these thieving f'uila-^dian Indians, ami iilthough frequent com^^plaints have Imkii made to the govern^^ment, no attention has been paid lo the^matter. As tho commissioner*, said to^^day, a drunken outbreak urn nm tho In^^diana ia liable to occur at any time and^put an ex|M-nse of many thousands of dol^^lars on the county. Anotherex|suuaive piece of business dis^^cussed by tinmmissioners to-day was illrugiinl to the c-ollt-i-t ion ol ixill tux by^tlio muling companies from their em^^ployes. The companies get a commission^for holding out M the a ages of their em^^ployes the yearly poll tax, and ill order to^avoid as much trouble as possilile in doing^it, the deduction is made from all em^^ployes, although men under the age of I'l^and over 4Ji are exempt from pay ing poll^tax. Those wrongfully taxed by the^nulling companies can get tho tax re.^funded'by applying lo the county clerk^and reprcseniing themselves lo be la-low^or over tho legal ago. and the number of^such la very surprising. The officials have^reason to believe that many of those alio^demand to have their tax remitted mis^^represent their age, and that others use^the receipts of lawfully taxed |x-rsons to^heat the county through aaauincd names.^It baa alao la-en known that some men^who regiatered and voted at elect ions had^their tax remitted upon tho claim that^they were not -1 years of age. It la likely^that the commissioners will try to put a^^top to ihia kind of business by making an^example of someone. Aletter was received from the auditor^of Cascade county staling that^Mrs. Watson, who hail been shipped^to Ureal Kalis a tew days ago.^had been reshipped for Untie, f. o. b., ami^saying that according to her own story she^bad never la-en in tiri-nt Kalis and had no^claim on the county, wherefore it a as^wrong to send her lo that place. When^she gets hack to llutle she w ill probably^ho boxed and crated and shipped aa^freight to Chicago. HoadSupervisor Haggerty submitted^hia quarterly report lo the commissioners^allowing that he has issued Ms! road tax^receiius lor $.'.t^7il in cash, 77 for labor,^tbat lie paid f 11VI.M) in commissions. t-IM^toiho treasurer of Walkervillu and^a.f2.A0 to the county trcuaurer. Assessorlloland reported that he had^issued I H'l receipts lor poll-tax ill May.^returned 4^^. collected Js.Tlti, paid J*^' in^commissions and remitted a lialiince of^^7.sis lo the treasurer. Holh ru|Mirls were^approved. Transportationto IHIIoii was to-day fur^^nished to Mrs. Hartlelt, whose husband^aeriiriil a divorce from her a fea- days ago^on the ground of inlldclily, and her fail^^ure to keep a pi nulls' made lo him w hen^he married her that she would Iw true to^him. Ilefore lie married her she wiih.i^charge on the county ami had been sent^lo the poor house, where she gave birth to^all illegitimate hahc. In making tin* idea^for trans|Mirtation to-day, sin- said that^she was lata p^s^r to tight her luiMiaiid's^ace laalious and alleged that he was alien-^at* il from her by Hig Hertha. The com^^missioners gave tin- Moilftuu a ticket as^the che.i|h'si means of getting Its* e*T ilu-^county. Thecommissioners tiwlav allowed a^large number of bills aguiusi the c .iinly .^among the iiiiiiiIht Is-ing the tfcefMTs I.ill^far hoanling prisoners in May, amount-^MloM.Uft.10 and IMI.M for cx|h^iises.^The cx|s'iise of the road il. |mii imeiii for^May was $1.7:11.41. and the bills lor the^support of the county Mac, as far as pie-^aellled. aggregated U*tMtM of VMVb IIUKMIti was fisr running iba |ss^r bottaa. Thepi sir house lull showed that during^the mouth the total munlM-r of inmates^a as 7s of w liom It were in at the first of^the mouth. Hilling the mouth I* were^ailmitttil. -I dischargiil and one dnsl. A.I'nil Wei hud a lull in for Nil for^hoarding jurors during tie- month of May,^which wus allow^il. toronor I'ortor pn-setiteil u hill for fees,^showing that during the month ho held eightinqtjaata, PR'CKED BY CONUCIENCE. Htrhsril line Klgurr* la aa tntlrely^Krw Itule. Illl I k. June it. May or Hugan has re^^ceived a starter on a eonsi-ience fund. Tis-^day he o|m^ned the drawer from w hich the^^d.' eaiiie l by the sweat of the lawyers at^the ball park for the leMicllt of ^ idow s^utid orphans hud been stolen, anil there^he found a letter addressed to himself.^The letter n-ad as follows: 11111 r. June V^linn Mavoat T^^ weeks aaa 1 stele Ml^from |eaf a rawer, Hi'aw res aaawaal my sea- Si'ieili-e.mimI I send ynu sin. When lelilorse^gnaws agalu I'll si-isl ynu some mere KMll inn Ke|.^AciHitupanyiiig this arM a cheek lor f|n.^pnyabh- to the oriler of K. tl. Iliigau and^signed by 11. H-m-. The mayor has not eat^liecii abli-lo illacoi ci'w here Mr. K^h-has^any money on iIc|hisii. Fiftycents on ihc dollar. Sacriltee sale^of iiiilbni-ry^ Madame Mitchell of Mintus.^uea|Milis will Is* at M Waal IVirk. wi-st of Mum.two weeksiiimeiicuig Tuesday, MavHi. is1,i.l, ^^ml.tig Monday, M iv .'.^with MO iriinmiil bat a, A lull line of^hats and Hoaers. AUo o|^en eiciiugs.^llutle. Moot, Kemeniber date und lora-^tioti. Maiers'union piu^, Lcjs, ihtt jeweler. DIEDOF HIS INJURIES. BROUGHTBACK HER JAO. LittleI^^al^ Lowasy's tccldsat Praval^to Ms ratal. Bittk,Juno ^. -Denia Lowney, the ^-^yoar-oid soli of Michael Low ney, who fall^down an abandoned shaft in Dublin Guleh^Sunday evening, died at 7 o'clock this^morning from the injuries received. The^child never recovered consciousness after^the accident nnd for M hours Ita llmba^kept up a continual nervous twitching.^The shult is on thn li .u k Acorn lode and^it had been securely covered over twice In^tho paat two years by Mr. I. ^w noy and^other people living iu that vicinity and the^planks nailed dow n securely. None of tba^neighbors or children knew of tho abaft^having been opened up until the accident^occurred and for tins reason nono of the^people felt any uneasiness abuut letting^their children piny around there. Coro^^lier I'urter made a thorotlgli investigation^of the affair to-day. but was uuable to get^any clue to i he parties w ho tore tho boarda^olf tho abaft. The shaft is about .^.^ feet^deep and ia timbered part of the way^down. A broken sofa without any cover^^ing waa lying at the hot torn and when tho^little hoy fell in he struck on the springs^of Mm sofa and went clear through it,^crushing hia skull on the left aide. So far^as Is known the little .^^-^ear-old daughter^of Patrick Holland was the only person^who witnessed the accident. She says^thai she and the little boy were playing j^around tho opi ning whun he fell in. Mra. ^^Lea-nay, whose infant child only four daya 1^old w as lo have Is en bapuied on tho^afternoon of the accident, was very low^then and sho has Is-eii completely proa-^trated ever since. Her condition la now I^very serious. Tholittle Itoy'a funeral will take place^nt 2 o'^dis k Wednesday afternoon from |^tho residence iii Dublin Gulch north of the^Summit. SINNERSSENTENCED. IiylgeNauniiten Had Aa Kaaier Time Vssterilsy. Illn r, Juno ii. ludg ^ Naughten bad a^comparatively easy tune of it iu police^court to-day, the big rush of hoboes yester^^day seeming lo have exhausted the supply. S.Johnson ami Julia McNab paid tl^and costs each for disturbing the peace,^t.eorge Ni'.iniln was assessed a like^amount for a similar offense, but had not^the wherewithal and was committed.^I Mike Callahan, Mike Dearhoiiee and^1 Dave O'Kourke were assessed tho usual^, amount for plain drunks. Callahan paid^I up und the others went below. KruiikHunter and Johii Allen owned up^to ib ^ charge of vagrancy and were coiu-^lui iid in default of a flno of fl'i and^costs. IMamie Siinrenant waa convicted of^stealing ^.'^ from C. T. Martin und was^given l.^ day s in the county jail. Dr.^molds, charged w ith vagrancy,^tletnamled u jury trial and the case waa^set tor June la. Willium Ij'c, charged with forgery,^waived ex iliiiliatlou and was Isjund over^to the district court ill bonds of Joti l. Lee^is the man who forged the name of Wil^^liam Tree to a check for !sJ and passed it^on Linemanii A Schmidt about a week^ago. He is also charged wilh passing^several other worthless pieces of paper. lamesHoy ee, one ot the men w ho car^^ried away some valuable ore belonging to^Dug in A Co., waa allowed to plead guilty^to the minor charge of petit larceny, and^puid a fine ot and costs. JohnPowell paid a like amount for^using abusive language, to Mra. Kate^W'vuiit. HattioAnderson, charged with keeping^a house id prostitution, was dismissed, it^Is-ing proven that she is a washerwoman. JoeHramard entered a plea of guilty^to Is-ing a vug anil a secretary, and dis^^gorged to the tune of fit! and costs. LeslieTrip, charged with vagrancy, was^dismissed under a promts^ to leave the^city at once. AtlrnitunC'ontraciera sn^t Rallders. Itiilsw ill be received at the office of the^undersigned in Anaconda, Mont., until^June in. IK.U, for the pure base of tho brick^house located on lot 1:1, block X, of the^llplur addition to the city of Hutte. Pur*^I chaser lo remove the house from the^premises and off the right of way of the^Hutte, Anaconda A Pacific railway, within^ten days from date of purchase. The^right is resort oil to reject any or all bids. K.C. CitriiKK.^Sec'y H.. A. ^ V. li y. I.iiiens,goisl linens, at low pricca. at^Council's this week. Table napkins and^table damasks of good, use!til wearing^qualities at very low prices. W.II. lltirket A Co., ^ W'eat Granite^slni't. have now opened an elegant ice^cream parlor iu connection with their^sisla fountain. Specmlsale of ladies' handkerchiefs at^M. -I. Council's this week. Prices to suit Mrs.Watsoe-s laglerleas Hetara from^Oreat falls.^Hi ttk. June 6.^Mra. Elisabeth Wataon^aeeius determined to inflict herself upon^Silver How county in a pi la of the strenu^^ous efforts of tile authorities to get rid of^her. Site was shipped off to Great Palls^Sunday and arrived tners late that night,^but she reached Hutte again this fore^^noon, the authoritiea at the Cataract City^having promptly returned her with their^compliments. Word waa received at po^^lice headquarters about noon tbal an old^w..iniiii waa lying on the platform at tba^Montana Central depot, and Officer Sil-^vcrtson went down to investigate. He^found tho woman to lie the irrepressible^Me. Wataon, and sho waa iu such a^beastly atate of intoxi cation that she had^to Is- removed to jail iu a carriage. The^authoritiea are greatly disgusted over Iter^return and they say that they will ship her^olf so far to-morrow that she will have^great difficulty in getting bark. USEDPOWDER. MlrhselVerkla-f Like. I Ish, net Is Mo^m|iortsaaan.^Ut ttk. June ti. -Michael Verking ap^^pealed in Judge Column's court this^afternoon to answer a charge wh cb will^probably land him in tho pon unless ho^has a good fat bank account. William^Cobban and several other gentlemen took^a drive out into the country this morning^and when near Hamilton's ranch they dis^^covered Verking killing llsh iu the Black-^taJJ creek with giant powder. On their^return to tho city they informed Sheriff^Reynolds of tho affair and a deputy soon^had Verking under arrest. Ho was ar-^raignod in Judge Culmin's court tins^evening and look tho statutory time in^which to plead. The new gamo law^makes the killing of llsh with giant pow^^der a felony, punishable by a lino of IfWtl^or a year's imprisonment, or both, at the^discretion of the court. It is clanm-d that^the authorities have a dead sure case^against Verking. If you buy your piano from tho Slier^man Music Co., you are sure to be^satisfied, as they sell the best goods ut^eastern prices. Hutte and Anaconda. ASI I en ileus effort Willbe mule by the well-known hat^anil furnishing house of W'lahon. 41 K.ist^Park street, to lower their huge stock this^month. Values will not lie considered.^The knife will go deep into every portion^of the stock. Owing to the backw ard sea^^son the past months large sales have been^almost entirely on winter goods. Spring^and summer novelties in hats, underwear,^hosiery, suspenders, neckwear, ami^e-pecially overshlrls, have been con^^stantly arriving, until one can scarcely^see over tho immense stacks of gisxls iu^inter confusion fur w ant of room. They^have just opened over -Vm doieu negligeo^and collar and cuff atlaehnl. and de^^tached shirts in all the latest designs.^They have exclusive sale for Unite for the^best collar stays in the market. This^month the extra stis-k must go regardless^ot value. A call w ill convince the most^exacting, at 41 Kast Park street. WantedA barber. Apply to Charles^Human. Anaconda. Csoonly Standard mixed paints. Man^^ufactured in the city by the Silver Bow^Paint and till Manufacturing Co. Donot miss thethinnest |hh-kct books,^them. Takeadvantage of the Council coin-^puny's offer ill dressmaking and get your^die** well and thoroughly made tor only M.J. Council Co. w ill sell for this neck^one hundred do/-n blenched linen nap^^kins and $1.35 per ilosen, splendid quality,^ami the same quantity large dinner sue^at ja^Tt iloten. ToMiners. Wemanufacture the famous Miners' '^union emblems adopted hy- the union. I^Only $1 ..'ill each, la ys, the Joyvclcr, Use j^ley id.s-k. llutle. Thesaloon formerly know n as the Abls-y j^No. Ii, f ast Broadway. w ill be opened hy j^Hartley Judge, assisted by (ieorge W. New. |^kirk, ou Monday, tlis- *^:li dav of June,^lieu. A share of patronage is invited, W.H. Hurket A Co.. H9 West Granite^street, carry a tine line of cigars and^tuhaccoe. I'ye.K.aratid Throat. Dr. W. C. Huteler.^of St. Joseph. Mo.. M W . Hruadway. Illume's(latent slal.ug Hy screens are i^the la^sl. at 78 W'csi Park. Illume'sadjustable screens tit any win- |^ileu . 7S West Park. m^ ^ linytin-W cls-r piano. There is nothing^in the world to baas' them. Qato ihc *soiitlieni hotel for a gooj Ja I^cent meal, scried in good style. Iirst-t'lass MremMii tUins- Forthe next lo days the M. J. Council i^Co. will charge only ^| .'^I for making up^any novelty dress pattern Ismght in thai*^store. This is a splendid opportunttv for^getting a well-in idI Areas for little money. The.Unsi,vif .i/.oi'/W / for May has ar^^rived M 1 can be had at the Smith Piano^Co., t.s West Park street. Donot miss the Council h|Mi-ial *ale of^ladies' w hite b ui Ikerchic's frees 4c each^to-ic cacli. Lxtiaordinary bargains all. j hatswear out Butif purchased at the right^price and ot the right quality,^this article of apparel can be^reduced in cos*. SO per cent, a^year. Along with ths rest of^Gentlemen's Furnishing Uood^,^we make a specialty ot Hat i at^prices that are a lot lower than^are given in other parts of the^city. THEMAKE-UP ofShirts this year Is much bet^^ter than usual We have some^at absurdly low prices, others^that are equal to the made-to-^order goods at about half the^made-to-order prices. The pat^^terns of Colored Shirts are very^neat, almost any taste can be^suited better call and examine^them. S.Jacobs a tj. GENTLEMEN'SFUKNISHINU GOODS. CornerMain and Park. Butte- 0.K.^LEWIS ^ CO. Butte.Montana. TheGreat Sale of Capes and Jacket!^Goes Bravely On^A Large Num.^ber Sold Yesterday and More^Will Be To.day as the Sale Be.^comes Better Known No Such^Values Ever Offered in This City^^The Sale Continues Till Every^Garment is Closed Out- It Won't^Last Long^Come in the Morn,^ings if You Can-Towels, Hosiery^and Underwear Get a Shaking^Up that You Can Profit By. Thegreatest sale of the^year is now in progress^in our Cloak and Suit^Department. By actual^count we have 35 new style^Spring Jackets. Not one^of them worth less than^$10. and as high as $32.50.^By actual count, we have^19 new style Spring Capes,^not one of tltem worth less^than $12.^0, and as high as^#37-5o The average sell^^ing price of the 54 gar^^ments is a trifle over $19^each. We give you the^choice of the entire lot for $11.35. Youto he the judge,^alterations and no^changes at this price. Nocx- AnotherGood Thine; Inthe Cloak Department. Lastweek we advertised^a large lot of ready-made^dresses, the choice tor $10.^We sold nearly all. The^remainder go during the^cloak sale at S7.5D thechoice. This is about^half what you would pay^for the material alone. Thisweek to be a bar^^gain week throughout our^store. 100Dozen large size Huck^Towels greet you at the entrance^of our main salesroom. The price^is 25c cacli and $2 75 the dozen^The best towel in Montana for^the price. HOSIERY50 dozen Ladies'^Black and Colored Silk Plaited^Hose, never sold less than $1.50^a pair; this week 85c. UNDERWEARMore of those^Balbriggan union suits, 75c suit.^Ladies' and Children's sleeveless^vests at 10, 15, 25, 35 and 50 cents^each. DrossPatterns and Dress^Goods by the yard^all teduced in^Price mc. 0.K. LEWIS ^ Co WeHave MANY NEWIDEAS IN i!II THE ANTIQUEIY0RY GOODS AreEscslltat far WEDDINGPRESENTS 221North Mala Street. j.1. ira, read. mark ANDI.KARX what you can nave liy purchas^^ing your 1 rocerirs for ruth. Jiut sen what^you can purchase for a dime.-^lean Hweeteoed Cream, beat In the market, lot Iran 1'nmreetened Creamli e Irsn I'olted Ton^us 111 1can K^oi Sardines loe )IbsiKMl li.-ii-mi ilia I|mcknur- N h'-u|i'^ Coeoanut lm 1usi-kaa* of ^ orn or (.loan Ktarrh lie 2lb package KingBelf-rUIng Buckwheat.. luo^We have a large quantity of franco- American Pmips.which are sola every when- at from Me^teT.icetrh! we are celling ilieni at Mc. Quirt^rant of Fairbanks' Soups, 'jse each. Ia i'orn^Iteef ws sell: Ilb can for v* lbrail ler'.'An 1Ib can l.iiach Tongue ar^e ChippedIteef, per can '.'0* Wehave Just received s contlimmi-nt of Vsr*^mouth Kloalen. We will tell thene H Iot .'.v.^We lisve also s large consignment or Mugai^Tick ed llsms, which we are nelllng bi-low ^ lit*^tsgo price; alto a now lot of our celebrated^BoaeleH Ham Idour Cigar. Tobacco and IJquer Depart^^ments we can tare you 50 cents on every ilollur^eipended. We sreit-ltlng ^(Irest Hutte'r('lguri,^:.^^ln a 1ki^. for 50c At we have only a few leit.^thla offer It only good at long at they laat. Cu^^ban Blottom Cigars, to in s box. per 1k^x n M. Wchave a full Hue of Hats'Ale and lima^Bets' Stout. Imported, (not Unltailou) which^we arc telling at the low price of f2.m per dm. OurOne ild Wm. Berkele Whiskey at tt pel^gallon: will cost you tt anywhere cite. Dentforget the address. BUTTECASH GROCERY (XX Cor.Park and Wyoming Hi., Hutte.^Hlbernla Building, Ceutervllle. a.F. mv. ^ ^ Manager. inPERIALBICYCLES AlwaysLead. Thetoo^* eut represents our Imnerlal Barer,^In two nelghta. rl^..pounds and pounds,^ltuns Itself ileered to order. We carry the^lui|ierliil Wheels In lour styles. Koudtter. Light^Beadttei , weight at pounds, Koad Baeer and^Track Kacer. tt.oiin stock now on hand. Writ*^ut for catalogue sjht attest, ourildlng school^It now open. We give lettont free of charge.^We have s Urge list of second hand wheels. iiWett I'ark St.,^Butts, Moat. W.L FANT CYCLE CO.. C OMIQUE. .Ioh A. Gordon. Manager.^Frank IIinnkv. stage Mgr.^For the week commencing MONDAY.JUNE 5. 7 NKW ARTI^TB-7^Firm appearance of^The Stanleys, Character Sketch Artlsta, MISSDOLLIE MITCHELL.^The Golden Haired Beauty. TheTerpslchorean Wonder.^LILLIE WILSON, the Operatl- Queen.^A1MEE LOUISE, a Dasbtna Serlo-Comlc.^LIBBIE CLARK. Most Charm 'in Balladlst^LILLIE HAMILTON, the Aetna of AU^Bona and Dance Ladles, bar none^00-OLIO FEATURES 60. Springand summer CLOTHING. ^r*tfiTI^Tyyou want il and want il now. You've started on^the road to Summer and will get there on sched^^ule time. You'll look pretty seedy if you don't step into our^store and spruce up. Our styles are all dated to-day and al* ourSuits are made up handsomely. ACKS,FROCKS AND^CUTAWAYS, lor businessor dress pur^^poses, ot Worsteds,^Cheviots and other^popular materials.^ONl PRICE. 9 ButteCity, Mortana.