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THEANAOONDA STANDARD. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1803.
WMS*M5BBM NOVELTIES IN Hopsacking Satin-SolielChangeable Velvet^Loie Puller Velvet^Loie Fuller Woolens FancySatin FancySilk FULLDRESS PATTERNS $1.95 $2.00 $2.75 $4.00^heavy unbleached canton flannel. io cts. WORTH 15 CTS. YARD WORTH26 CTS. PAIR three pairs for fifty cents LADIES'AND CHILDREN'S WOOL HOSE' NOVELTIES m VeilingCapes and Jackets^'Boys' ^ Children's Caps^Ladies' Underwear^Children's Goods Skirts Hosiery mohsesBLESSED in church. MiM|t ^ trtniMiM Attending m Itace^Man Annunilv in Ilnly Mm^ IttftO. Twicecnrl. Kiiinnicr. in Julv ami^^Aunu.t. Hit^ hone race, or ^ratio,^ unJ^medieval pi ooe^t.h^ii takes placo in tlm^piaiia at SuMta, Italy, ***^^'^ the IxmUon^^irafikic* The ^i\il.o,^ ^o callot] from the^banner fpveu a* prize, which in- Ik-cmi run^annually ^^tw^* lii.Vt, i. really a contest l^ -^t^*^u tin- (Iifl'Ti-n: district!* or conlr.ida^of the touu, an^l each of thene is repre-^aented by nine or ten men in mo licv.il^rtMtume and a horse, lvieh horrteoutciiul^for the mco iiium first receive a henmlic-^f ion at tlie pandit church a few hour* '^'**^fore it rmih. J ho |nit*^i st.uids nM|af at^^Ue alUir ^all ^^ytMt are turinnl to the door forthe eni ramf ihe h ^r-|V-t*il^ly ImideentK it ^an hotmr to ^ Inch hi^ was not^born,^ lor it is only after much clattering^of hoots ami pillaging that he can l^e^noaxed to enter and u^ led up to the hiprii^altar; thin^ he Mand*. MurrunndeJ by the^company in fn I mlMM, tho j-^ckey,^!ielm^ i on head, the captain in lull armor,^atandard bonier, drummer and pni*ws.^There in a moment'* hu-.l.. then the priest^atcp* forward and ^priukleH the hor-*e^with holy wa'cr, reads a few word* of^bpaasiug in l*atiu and ttpriuUleH h'm^again: tho spectators give a lusty shout^and the horn* Icil triumphatitly out. By6:H'J p. in. the piaxia ih crammed^with people of all HffM and comliiion**,^mid the t^ulcoiiii-^ and windows of the^liousc*, ilocur.it^ d w iih lirdliaut tlraperics.^lire rrowd-'tl. At the third Kuii-llre the^course is cleared hy the mounted carabi^^neers, and the pMVMslM enters the^piaxes. Fir^t comes the tow u t^aml in^plain, modern, d.irk blue uniforms,^cocked hath nit t. a lute plumes, playing ^ s^it marches; a pause, niiti then some night^or mo* lierakls in costume, um \s all the^procession. Then pass the ^eontr.ida'*^one by one, each in a different costume of^the middle aget.; k\.v\i otic had its cmblcni,^such as dratio)i, snail, goose, wood, wolf,^owl, etc., represented ^m their costume*,^flags, atinor. and ht^rbP-lrappmgs, ttie^jockeys, in cosiumo nml MafWS the hel-^ruet, ride; the captains and their com^^panions go on foot. The horse* are rid^^den without saddle ami stirrups, anil as^they fly out from under iho archway of^the plana an onVml give*, each jockey his^nerho. This is a w tup made of o\ sinew,^and it is nermissihle iluriug the race for a^rider to Htrike ttie ri\ al jotLiy. and hones^with this formidable weapon a remnant^of iniddlo-ai*e hrulahly. \Vot^ to ihe man^who gels struck MNH the I..re with it.^The jis'key li t!-. M worn hi jilneo of tho^helmets, are of nu ial. pninieil. to eiianl^the heail aguiusi tlir-^e hlmvs. The horses^iiro at a Multiline |miiiii, the m|^ii;iI is^Civen, ntld i Lev lire nil a p.KMl Mart.^^Sell a, ' or ^VYikhI^ m ihu fu\01 He, and^lead* from tlie Hint. We fi^ar lie mil^never keep 11 the imee, lint lierl.ies. mill^111 the mcoiicI round he is still ahead, The^other nine h.irscs are w ell together, the^jockeys belnlH^rltie rielit and lell with^their uelin; the |m-nple nre excited in the^Inchest pitch The n...sc t^ ilcutciiiiur, for^those |H*a*utn* have ^i unly voiee.. Kven^tlie *lrang^ i ^ ^ Ii^ ho e come for Ihe s|kv-^taele. ami care not one jot 'i hieh roiiir.nhi^ts ma, are consir.uiic.l out of sympathy to^ahoiit too. In Hie 11^ ^i^l round ^Si^!vu^^lias more ttiati helil hi^ o^ n. and eotiie,^a lully UM h ii^iiIik alu-ud amid enlliilMa.-^tie applause. Inaiatulyafter the raee the winning^jockey U aurroimdiHl li^ policemen, who^protest him till Ins i'oti.pnuy has lime to^rally round bin, mid tin re is jmt MMS^for it, for Ihe partisatiH ^^l the lie.iieu con-^* trtiila are hot-lil- ^li il ami violent in ihcir^dlaappoililnienl. ami would scarcely lei^their vietoritnis rixai esca|^*^ sound of^ol limb a i hay h id a chance lo get at llim. BIG ttM RtkCD. II*ll.i. Nu l^u til HarrU'in, Hut lie l.l.csin lir .ml of Mi Kiulpy.^Kmm the OHMga II ^raid. Keednever ^t,tc^ Im .peer-he. and on^otia 9oraaion .aid: ^I have no paiemcd^le listen to a speaker ^ ho known so liltla^of ill^ sniij ^^ ; in- ^s discii- .in^ ih it he h i. towrit* M dofra.^ UImmi vbaMM ncd thatKI ^ I ti !^* a'w clo.e, warm p *rs ^ti t|^friend-. II ^ Uk ^^ r ^^!^^^ ^ay. hut MM eoti-^tlltuis. ^^Mlt i^l l:.ul(, and talk,^well, Imi al'e a I In i - w inn ^iiniseli^ and^novor let. iii^ 'ki|^ in., Ic In. MtMUl^line.. Bpoaktnc of ^^tln( an I dr.nknu,^it iinaln m lilad t'm km \- qwlW iho Lift.^Haw. K I IMM lerml i. poor,has mo moc a i I w ^ ^ ^^ ' k^ w ater^what he docM I v ^' n ' M ^^ un commonWin r^r I i ^ i ^ ill t ih ^i i, i ii;o^or Itoui ke *' ^^'kran into his r n wlieti^^peaker mil. wltb mm of thou at a MM^nmg in !^ . ^ .' ml I uk ^!^ ^.^..-:h or.^dured rron) Ihe ^.-. . v :.-st..ur.tiii iielow.^Thi^ w lldonl] ba lunch, tin I he w is^capable 'if I' an4 did ll Ml ^^ M ^! IS al .all. Kocilhas a w In nil ^ d.neih MT ju.t^come to Is. a ^onu^' ^i nil in In his atti^^tude toward th^*o two, iti a hiving care^winch n-n r \ a ^ . kaltft Of bMilMM,^other husl'.in 1 ami '. . i.c ^ n la^ their^dolllCfctie eolir-e Hid si r lo Keed. III.^amtiiliou now is to ' I pet -Mcnt. lie is^running for I - party', i .n -i nouuna-^tion for that high ^ Sm rtgbl Ml, The^man he chi-r'slu^ at. lot tnal 11 McKiuley,^of (thin. He ha. no fears, nothing hut^contempt for Harrison, vbon he |mt-^.oually and | oliti. .^i:^ ^f -i s Hut !,,^^little, lynx ay s are Mtrer olf McKiuley,^nnd hi. amooth, ronti.I, li ,1,1 head i. for-^Ittf niminaiiiiii MeKmlev. And when you^riini'i u|miii him anil his seal-fat face has^^n ab.'.raetis| ]t, :,. ^^ muar l ^ otitem.^ulwttou he r thinkinr of MtiimUy right then and considering how to go to the politiealwindward of him.^'J he other day anme privato conference washeld with Heed liy Ohio repuhlieaiia^ax to Keetl's coming upon the Oiiio Ktunip^to aid McKiuley in Ins hunt for Ihegov-^ernor.hip. lieed aaid no, ho couldn't get^away. There were the tariff und the party^ill the hoiise, and a thotisaiitl and one^ih.nes. roptihlicau and national, to take^up all his time. Then lie was kind^enough to point out that McKiuley was^Ml to w ill and didn't really nee I him. Keedexpects Milvinley to win, sure^enough, hut he doc. not want any hi^h or^pinnacled majority in it, no advertise^^ment of strciiuth lo catch the next con^^vention. Nor ia ho iKeedi going to pour^any preaent wntoron the McKiuley wheel.^The hitter's overthrow in Ohio would not^leave Keed so wrought, nervoua and^sleepless as to make optatea a ueceanily to^h.s similiters. Keed la mighty likely to^get the nomination when the time roll ,^around. And noon* need die if lie doca.^lie in a republican and to tint extent to^be iliatrustctl. PRIVACY DfcNIhU THEM. ftleaof iMtMII Hare Their M it us He^fined hy a tVderill l^rrl^ion.^An interesting decision wan recently^rendered !^^' Judge Colt, of the I'nitod^State, circuit court, lioaton, in regard to^tho case of the w idow and children of^(teoree H. Corliaa, asking that the publiah-^ing houHeof E. \V. Walker A Company l^u^enjoined IroQi bringing out a life of tlio^inventor. The plea of Iho conns d f^ir the^I I.untiffs offarcd no complaints in regard^to the book, hut declared its publication^an ui\ union of tbo right of privacy which^a court of ispiity should protect. In the^opinion of the court, a man of world-wide^reputation a. an inventor may not be con^^sidered a private peraou. ^It would be a^remarkable exception In the liberty of tbe^prc.s,' ntf Judge Colt, ^if the lives of^great inventors could not be given to the^public without their own consent while^1 vine, or tbe approval of their family^when dead. Freedom of speech and of^Ihe press is secured by the constitution^of the l inted Statea and the constitution!^nf moat of ihe slates. Thla constitutional^privilege implies a right to freely utter^and publish whatever the cititcti may^ploane, and to bs protected from any re-^.poiiaibilily for mo doing, except ao far aa^such publication !i, rea.ou of itn bl is-^pheinv. obscenity or ^caiidaloui character^Hi t\ Is- a public title.ise, or by it. false^^hood and malice may injuriously affect^the standing, reputation or |^ccuiiur niter-^eata of indtviduala. In other words, under^our laws one can apeak and publish w hat^h^ desires provided he commit. tioolTeuau^against public moral* or private reputa^^tion. Inthis connection tho Trnmrri/ti note* a^ipictionof what might be called press eiInc.,w Inch olien comes up in connect ion^with many reputable newspaper*, ami^persons who perforin public acts, yet wish^lo bo considered private persons Tor ex^^ample, a iii in heretofore little known In^tlie community, or known as only a good^biihinoss man, might suddenly offer to ihe^world, a* the result of long aecret study^and training, ii wonderful invention or ^^remarkable |km-iii, or even a great ^acting^play.^ At oucc tin. individual assume, a^relation of publicity to the public, w Inch,^if hi* is a stickler for privacy, becomes a^ihroiie of cowoutiou between himself and^Ihe newspapers. Butnewspapers encounter thousands of^|h'up|c of mediocre abilities insisting upon^notorh-lv where ihey run afoul of one M^^IM'i'ior iniiid shrinking from all 'personal^mention in connection wnh unusual^uchici cnicnt. The seri ico of great ability^makes the personality ol its possessor in^a measure the possession in turn oi it*^M ii lime* and of his contemporaries. Jn^case, like these, w here accurate measure^^ment* of |v^r*^nallt^ and accurate fact*^of such personal lii.-toty as may rightfully^hi- given 1t^ the public are lo Imi obtained,^the mediator between the individual und^the public must ol necessity lie tho tact^^ful and appreciative writer for the daily^press. The interview unadorned, where^ihe recently .uiaessful one is made to ap^^pear as blowing the horn of vainglori-^ousuess, is rightfully in disfavor: but in^our tunes of ns^ many ^iierKotiuU,^ there^are still men and women of great ability^und attainment w ho continue to hide their^lights under t^Ki oil-curing bushels. It^would certainly be a loss should tlictvls*^nothing more published than Ihe new *-^paper ^life^ of Mr. Corliss, ami |iossibl)^his family merely sought to secure an in^^junction against the book hi tpieslion. in^the intention to indorse a biography of^some other person. Hut none the less, in^the competitions of the book trade it is^still just in equity, whatever it may lie in^ihe liner courtesy of the publishing busi^^ness, tu insure to every citiieu ^the right^lo freely utter and publish whatever the^ml lien ma . please, so far as such public.i-^lioti may not injuriou-K alloc: the stand^^ing, reputation oi p i iiinari interests of^individual*. Inthe else of the sun we can see, with^I be aid of the s|km^i roscopc, in .about what^order some of the constituents of it. .hell^aro placed, but we ran only scratch ihe^surface of the earth, ami we know by di^^rect observation far less of the order in^winch Ihe deeper parts of its crust are^laiddonii Here, homier, the study of^the sun collies in to help us in the study^of the earth, tin the sun metallic ele^^ments ,iIk.und underneath the lighter suls^stances, forming the upper or outer por^^tion* of it. incundcsevut shell. There is reasonto think that a similar order pre^^vails in Ihe crust of the earth, and that^deep down beneath tho stirfaeo. If we^could penetrate there, we should And a^much larger pro|sirtion of the heavier^metals than we hud near the surface. Likemost things in China, tho practice^of surgery differs considerably from that^in vogue in lesf enlightened western^countries. Hone setting in the celestial^empire is a complicated ulf air. and doubt^^less much more efficacious iliuu European^methods. In setting a factttred limb tlie^surgeon does hot attempt to bring tho^hones together, but merely wrap* tho^lnnb in red clay, inserting some strip* nf^bamboo into the (day. Tin e strip* aro^swathed in bandages, and in tlie outer^bandage the head of a live chicken is^placed. Here comes in the superior^science of the celestial. After tho batid-^uge has been secured the fowl is beheaded^and Us blood is allowed to jienetrate the^fracture, for it nourishes tho fractured^limb and is ^heap good medicine. TjilallaTVrfecto, licst domes'ie cigar^made. John Lawrence, ageut, 8J West^Pari, street, llutte. HurlHihrh^ I.ubich having opened a newsaloon, oUi Last P.it 1. street. Come^und -ee them. Milwaukee beer on tup. Scribner'sMagazine bound at t he StanD-^Ui office. Areyou going to the exposition'.' If to,^eon must have a lunch basket. King 4^Kennedy have ihe large*t stock in town. Allkind* of magazine* bound at tlie Standa Kit ollico. AttantloaI^For the best and cheapest place for^nutch repairing go to M. Hamnierslougb, 'JUMain street. Scrihnor'sMagazine bound at the St a.n d- M'.lioffice. Thellhistiated American bound at tbe^Stasiiauti office. Noloeto Pupils.^W. H. Tripp's institute will close in^Anaconda Octolier 1. Wl. All persons^under instruction will please flnisb^courses at that date. Dr.(^.melius, dentist, office over Smith^Drug Co. '^ store. ToyWflMT^The Best. TRTTHIS. EXPERIMENTS AREDANGEROUS. DELAYSARE^DANGEROUS. TRYNO EXPERIMENTS.1^MAKE NO^DELAYS. USE OREGO/NK,DNEYTEA itwill cumm you illll.it k ache. Inflammation of the nladdrr^or Kitiu. vs. Dtatsftsa, I.os*of t'tish, liropsi-^cal SMt-lliiiKv i oitsttp.it inn nml all e.tiiitilanits^srisiaa to rn a uiutf.id condition of tlie L'ri- aarytugan*. Onlythe Scars Remain. Anions tlie many testimonials ^h|rh I^^ee in n card to rcrtalu uiedlclucs |h'rfuro^^It.g Mres. rl^aiisitig Ihe Mood, i*t*\,^ write*^111 KM BTOMHi ef (he James Mitilli^Wt olrn Naclunory Co.,^Cj^ss|H i ndelplila, l'n., ^none tiftjjiitieit -- tne mere than hit fr jiown case. Tin uty year* Lfit ago, at the age ut lb yean,^^WftV I kf*J nsjlsssss come en^^^Mk mi * Ii broke and^raViws. It. .inn' i tiiueiu; sores. Ourlanii!)*ilt},iiuuieiiuld^do itie no kim.I, mid it win^^ eared that Hit- hones^Would Is- dUi-i'tclL All.,:, mygootl *M mother^urged uie In ! ^ Ayer's Karsapartlla.I too. tlires)^MMMi Ihe MM healed,^Hint I haie nut heen^MlsMssl -,ii e nssay ihe^sears remain. Hud the^uk ilim i nf th,. past, tit^remind me ,,f t|1(. Komi^Ayer'. s.ir-ion, ,|l.i lias don. in,.. | |,^w^'1i Itsl tv.. at, p ,^,,(, nnil Hillin the Is m ef health. 1 havn on the 1,,! 1 ' *:^ !^^^' ^^'be MMn, ! He noticed^AverV s.^i-a['.itilta adietti-e.t In ,.,|| p.rts^el the I't ii. ,t state., *mt i\. i;tKe p|ea^-^uie l:i tellln- what cishI It Ml (,., rne. 9*Ml Mil .if all in* s MMMjIMJ ia^Impure 1.1.hi 1. the In**! it m. ,|} . AYER'SSarsaparilla lvdbil.,..i.r.A,,M^,1^^,^u^_ Curesothers, will euro you AUATTIU. THOS.BUGGY,^Offlee hair a block north of p. o. saoNorth Mala tit.. Butt*. bill.'(IsT.lltS IMUD.KEKTJL^'City Bill l'ostrr. Kslabllihedim ^:Fast Hrordwav, Butte. HOOTS and HIDE. BlKliKSS Ii CO..^orai.eks im Beoto,Macs. Rubber Goods, Cloves. Socks, *c siVie*t Park St.. Butte. rrninni ROBEBTKOENNE.^Special ptloss to tho.. who wUh to have^h ur CaraisnU made or their old Furs made^over or repaired. Oaly flrts-olaa* work done.^* Wast Broadway. Hutte. OHOC Kits. BROPHYaTcoT^Wholesale and Retail^Or^r*. Tes sad Bpte* MsrcbsvaU. 28Mala Street. . . . Butts. B ritAO. MANN, Lboots and stioe^% Children'*and Ml*M*' Khoe* sSpsclalty^K West i'ark St.. iiutta. HICYCUtS. BUTTECYCLE CO..^Ag't* Victor, Columbia and Raaabitr tVheelsand Supplies,^llrpalrinn dops. ^; K. Broadway, Butte. in Aits j oett1nger, *CiKsrs.Tebacees aad Smokers' Articles. Owsleyliubi.4 North Main, Butts. (til.LECTIONS. yjOMANA A 11,11 s I MKNT CO. Badlie lit CoUectlOD A^eney.^Rooms 1 ^ ^_^ Columbia Block. No.n VY. Broadway, tutte^Correspondence Solicited. Beth B. Smith, Mgr. COLLEGES BUTTECITY Bl sl.N'RSS COLLEGE,^A. F. Kit e. J'rop.^Fall Term I* now Id session^, kveryone should^entar new. Owsley Block. Butte. DKUGOIaTB. B UTTEPHARMACY. K.E. t. Ai.inoLV ^ Co.^Drug Mall Orders Solicited. 13North Main Street, Butt*. CITYDRUG STOKE^t oo East Park St.^Prescription Drug Wore. NobleDrug Co UTTECASH GROCERY. A.F. Bbav, Manager.^Corner Park and Wyoming street*, Butte.^Hiberula Bali. Ceutervllle. DAVUMONGROCERY CO.^Wholesale aad Retail Grocers.^Pllltbury's Beit Flour. Eiela Butter Co.^Telephone 12*. ^ 3|s-32a N. Mala. Butte. LLINGSWOOO^ HKZ.NOB. E ReathawBtilldtng. Grocers. Butte. KELLYft COURTNEY.^Family Grocers.^Term* eaah er appraved credit no days. mN. Main, Butte.Telephone las. jILVEN HUGHES ^ co. FineFamily Groceries.^Cor. Park and Montaaa, Butte. DP0RAI8*WUl be pleated to see all and newpatrons at his nsw place. Rett Va'ues at^least money. Cor. Park and Aruoua, Butte. OCNS. AWEHL'SARMORY.^I Qua*, Fishing Tackle. Ammunition. Sportingand Athletic Good*. Olover' Dog Rem-^^diss. 11 aau It W. Park, Butte. HAKUWlKb. HJ.BLUME.^^ stoves. Hardwire, Croakery and Rlat*-^war*. Wire Work. Window and Door Screen*^mad* to order.7* W. I ark, Butte. sUTILEMFU It SU PPLY CO. Mining,smelting and Blectrloal Machinery.^Butte aad anaconda. HAY AND CHAIN. AJ.DAVIDSON ^ CO.^.Hay, drain sad Feed Bythe Pound or Carload.^Adjoining N. P. Depo:, Butte. J.T CARROLCO. LUMBER,DOORS, MOULDINGS. tTC. Frontstreet. THOMPSONFALLS LAND m\ LUMBER CO.^Lumber, lath. Shlnrte*.^Blinds, Buiutinz Paper. Hardwood*. Etc.^ U E. Broadway. Batta. J MLKCUt.NTTAILOR*. TTENRYJONAS. 11m^^caaxT tailor. to.v .^l!/ rir^t Clm Tailoring.^I'JG North Main street, . musicalinstrumckts. /-JRTONBROTHERS' mumo ^tomb, y'riANoa AXD oboavi Oneasy payments. Send for Cat^ 11* K Main Street, Butte. THESMITH PIANO CO.^^nil Vakei ^ AndMusical Goods ingand repairing, os W. Park, Cataiagua, B'st Makes of Pianos, Organ* SheetJduslc. Plaao I PHOTOOBAPHERI. 1)ALA1SSTUDIO.^^ . ij,r^!e^t ^nj b^' EoiUppod Pbotoaraph^Parlors in Northwest. Palais Panels ^^ per das, W.G. Sctm ti, I'botog'r. ia N. Mala, Butte PLUMBERS. GOULDBROTHERS^1'LUMBERS, Steamand Gas Filters. Telephonelttt.122 N. Main, Butte. REALKIT ATE All) INSURANCE. DUGANSi JONES.^Agency^Elevators, FldeUty Bond* Aral-^dent Insurance and Employers' Liability by the^London Guarantee *^ Aooldent Ol.^I Fast Graalte street. maEN El., ETC. BARRETft JACKY.^Harass*, Saddle*. Phaeton*.^Ualn and schuitlsr Wagons, etc. llutte. Anicoada. Philips burg. realestate and ix.urakce. JALUEK ft collins ^^^^REAL estate AND XIWM. 21East Broadway, THELEADING FIRMS OF MONTANA. TheAdvertisers whose names appear in the group herewith pub^^lished, are merchants whose business integrity is recognized through^^out the State, and the STANDARD recommends them without reserva^^tion to the favor and the patronage of the public. Iii DRl'GUIVrS. 'VFW'i'ONBRO111K Its.^i^ Drugs. Chemicals and Toilet Articles.^Prescription* ^ Specialty.^P07 Norlh Main streot, ^ Butti. IIKVUOOUS. rVoC'wBttXF, CASE ft GR AVELLE CO^. TheOreatcst Values for til* Least rteaey. OwslerHloek, Butte. IOPPF.RCITY COMMERCIAL tX^.^/Everything in Dry Ooods, MallOrder* tiet Prompt Attention.^Main street. Anaconda. D j. ItF.N N ESS V M t.RC A N I ILK CO,^tNo Shop Worn (iouds. JustWhat Vou Want W* Can Supply. MainStreet, - ^ ^ Butte.^I OSEE ft MAXWELL. SummerGoods at Reduced Prices. 110Main street, - Anaconda J.(ONNELL CO. FAIRDEALINGS WITH ALL.^^Cor. C.ranlte and Main. Butte. () KLEWIS ft CO. 1lie* Very Litest ( reitlon* In . italnsIn ail Detriments.^Cor. Park and Matn. ^ Bar Butte. MLK4TKICAI. M OKTANAI I.ECTRIC CO. Lleclrlralsuppllss.^Telephones -^*old Outright.^Ijii I .ist Broadway, Mkmiurk 3 L.KANT. 'Furniture Beddlag and 5tev*s. .rark street. Butte. s. uaata'h mnUminus. JAt OlIS A ( O. The tor Main ^nd Park. Burte. BOTELI. THI1UTTe'^~^a. T. T1 in. 1 i s, Manager.^American Ilan. Newly Appointed and Fur^nisbeii. tiperdivandup. rlruadway. Butte. IHE MONTANA^Ione of the Handsomest AndMost Elensiilly Appointed Hotel* In the^United Mates Anaconua, Mont. (COTTAGEHOTEL^JSam Ayottf.. Prop. Room*with all Modern Conven'ences for Regu^lars and Transicnli Ilu W. Galena, Cut e. 20UTHERNHOTEL. jDa* Tiwrv. Prop. Pesttl Per Day House in tbe State.^Broadway, ^ ^ ^ llutte. SCOITHOUSE^Klhopean Tlast. Ileems79C to $1.00. Cor.Main and tlr.inlte. Butte. REALE8TATK AND INSURANCE. JJKKARDS A LEWIS. RFAl.KSTATt AVI^ INSCKANCB. 5SEast liroadwiiy, - . - Butte. s LEMONSft GAMLK. B*J\|. F.STATI LOANS AND rOM tl TlXS. 4East Broadway, ... Butte. II.WINTERS ft CO. IlealEstate and (ietteral Instirincs Agents.^Hi North Main street. Bane. TRANsKKR. JOHNo. JONES' TRANSFER i.lNE.^I'lamis. Kuinllura snd sales moved with^care. 1'lanos l.oted. Telephone 2i^. i^:Tleela^M. ft It. Bloc,, II ^test Brosdwsy. Butte. JEWELER*. jjightft fairfield! ~ JewelersWstchmskcrs, Engraver*. 105North Main street, - ^ llutte. 1 D. leys, tl.The Jeweler. FineEnglish Watch Kapatrlne,^Owsley B.ock. Butte TH.l.EYSON.^^ ItaOINO 'I WELEH AND OPTICIAN. UpperMain street. ^ ^ Butte JUSTICES|^~ia. CtM mav \.^ Justlc.'. Notary Piiblle *n! Conveyancer^Collections atteodei to. Legal ps|H-rs drawu^l.-j Mam. Hutte.Telephone iA. IJHII.IPSft inTHER.^I IMV exi'IIKSS and traksfkr I.tSB. GenaraiJob Work of All Kinds.^M Wed Broadway. - - Butte. WALL PAPER AND PAINTS. pAltDEB BRO I'll ERs. wallrArFK, paixts awd Olia. East Onart^,- - Butt*. WHOLEfAI.EMOt'ORS. gltte LIOUOR CO Auntsinn Mt'Ri.r.iN s intra^Noble Whisker and i.eueral Arth ir Cigar*.^West Bark Street, Butte. HL.FRANK^^ AgeatS for Pshst nrewlnr.Co.'s Beer^Ami Brunswick. Ralke-Catiender Co.^Salesrooms. Hi East Broadway, Butte. RP.lUKNEIl.^^justice. sota^v runic. (ver Hutte Hardware Pa leiN. Main ftreet, Putte. 11mill and coal [' HANDY ft MURRAY.^Itai 1 kind* or Wendand ( oaL Mall Orders So'leHed.^Tclepbnne lit.'.tl ^ M in. Bulls.