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THE ANACONDA STANDARD. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 13, 1805
I WeAre Continuing SPECIAL- - FORANOTHER WEEK WHY BemuseMiners' Union^Day's this week, and wo'd^like to dress jou up. PRICES Cheaperthan you ever^thought of having cloth^^ing, and good stuff too. Wantto Konw TELLYOU A FEW $15SUITS FOR $12SUITS FOR |$io SUITS FOR IV |$8SUITS FOR EverySuit in the House in^the Same Proportion. RailroadWar-^After 10 years' experience a^ ticket^broker, D. Goldberg of 44 Main street^ran offer guaranteed transportation^to all points at less rates than any one^in Butte. Goodclothing ran be bought as low^as $6.!iO suit at the closing out sale of^^imon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock. Bidswill be received by the Mlssoul* General^Klectrlc company for the construction of a ilam^mi^l power houts anrois the MusihiIi river a:^Id' I Gate canyon, nccoritlui; to slaw ami spi^cl-^fixations at company'* office. The company re^^serves the riant tn reject any or all unit. Huts^still be received until Juuol,^., ls'jj. Missoula^General Electric company. Thefinest line of clothing in the, city^will be sold at an awful sacrifice at the^closing out sale of Simon Jacobs St Co's.^ktock, Shortestline, best service, elegant equipment,on the Butte, Anaconda St^l'acitic railway. Street car tickets free. Forartist supplies go to Charles Scliatz-^lein's, U West Broadway. Percaleshirts, two collars and ruffs, go^for 75c; neckwear starts at 15 c; suspend-^i rs start at 15c. at the closing out salo of^Simon Jacobs ^t Co's. store. Fiftyrents will buy a good laundered^white shut at the sale of the Jacobs'^Stock. Forplaques, paints, brushes, etc, go to^Charles Scliatzlein's, It West Broadway. Karl* Wilson's K. i \V. collars go at^two for leg, Cluett Coon ^ Co.'s celebrated^collars three for Hs^ The soil-known^^Monarch^ dress shirts for Jl at the sloe^in-,' out salo of Sitncn Jacobs A Co. stock. Changeof Time. Newtime table on the Great North^^ern railway takes effect on Monday,^May 6th, at 10 a. m.: Nc.23 will arrive Butte 3:30 p. nv S3.1 will arrive Butte 9:40 p. m. No.2 will leave Butte 10 a. m. N-24 will leave Butte ( p. m.^J. K. DAWSON. General Agent l.sdlssAppr*ei'ttft^A good remedy and there is not any^ihing on tho market that equals French^Tansy Tabids for the relief and cure of tgainfulor irregular menses. Those tub-^eta remove all obstructions, no matter^what tho cause. Manufactured by A. An-^gendre, Paris, France, and for sale only^by P. M. .Vwbro Drug Co., Uutto, Mont.,^sole ngents. Price J- per box; sent by^mail securely sealed. Honey,honey, honey, homemade bread,^fresh ranch egga and creamery buttor at^the Southern hotel. Meals M conts. Surpriseyourself by seelnc what a^Httli cash will buy at the eh ling Wit^pale of Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock of^men's wear. RosesJ1.0G, carnations 50 cents ner do/..^Mitchell ^ Manchester, .13 West Granite. Anotln-rI hacge of Time. EffectiveJune 2, and until further^notice, the Montana Central local train^No. ^ will run through dally to Great^Falls. Leave Butte at ^^o'clock a. m.. Hel^^ena 11:15 a. in., arrive Great Falls 2:i5 p.^m. No. 1. returning, will leave Great^Falls at 4 o'clock p. m.. Helena p.^rr... arris I Butte 11 o'sioeh P m. No.^2 will c^inncct at Great Fall* with the^Great Falls ^ Canada railroad for Co-^lumhia Falls. Kalisptli. SpokSM and^all points west via Shelby Junction.^Ni -hange wi.l be made In arrival or^departure of through trains. J. E.^Dawson, General Ac-nt. Ex-GovernorWaite of Colorado El-^presses Himself. HEIS A POPULIST ALL OVER WithBoth Feet Squarely on tho^Omaha Platform, He Declares^Hlmsolt First, Last and Al^^ways for His Party. Butte.June 1:'.^Ex-'iovernor Davis^H. Waite, the noted populist ex-exeru-^ti.e sf Colorado and of Mood and^bridles fame, arrived In the city this^morning from Denver and will di-livr^an address at the opera house to-mor^^row afternoon. The governor is an^agreeable old gentleman and an agree^^able talker on populist theories, to^which he almost entirely confined his^conversation in an Interview he grant^^ed a Standard reporter thlH afternoon.^He had little faith In any theory,^scheme, plan or promise, and If a ques^^tion from the interviewer tended to^lead him beyond the Omaha platform,^hln answer was sun1 to bring him buck^again. In answer to the most natural^question as to the prospects for the^restoration of silver, he said: ^I see^nothing particularly favorable for sil^^ver at present. The republicans at'^^going to take I he bull by the horns and^nominate a goldbug candidate, and the^party will StaSVsl by him. There ni'e^many .filver men In the republican^party and a few of them will leave It if^a ;toldhug randldate is nominated, but^many of them will not, although they^have said they would; but I don't be^^lieve that such men as Teller and Wol-^cott will abandon the party. They had^lied so often that i don't believe a^thins; they say. Thedemocratic party will do no^better. Bland says he will not support^a goldhug nominee, but he opposes the^Sibley and Warner movement and says^he proposes to work for silver in the^ib moeratlc party. The democrats tn^i olorado, what few there are left, talk^the same way. The leading politicians^in both the republican and democratic,^parties In Colorado claim that they are^for free silver and yet they really don't^want It. Such men as Kddy, James,^MofTett, Cheesman, Adams. Charlie^Thomas and other moneyed men of^both parlies are satisfied with the sin^^gle gold standard. They are buying up^valuable property for a song under^foreclosure of mortgages and are pro^^fiting by a gold standard. Within the^past six weeks the Denver opera house,^which was built at a cost of $625,000.^was sold under a foreclosure for 1125.-^000. In Pueblo the board of trade put^$1*0.000 Into a building and It waa sold^for HHM, That Is the way the people^are paving off their debts In Colorado,^and times are daily getting worse in^^stead of better. Iffree coinage will-come at all It^will have to come through the populist^party. It is the only party which^stands squarely on the question, and^It Is consistent. In the IS nonths be^^fore election this will become better^understood, and those who want silver^at a ratio of 16 to 1 will see that they^must support the populist party to get^It. Hut we may not get It. The people^may not yet be oppressed sutllelently^to have their eyes open, but they are^studying this qcstion as they have nev^^er done before. TheMemphis convention and the^position taken by Carlisle and Cleve^^land demonstrates that the national^demoeratie convention rannot be con^^trolled by tho silver men. There are^thousands and thousands of democrats^who now say they want free silver,^and they will work for It up to and on^the day of the convention, but If the^convention sits down on them they are^going to submit and the break from^the convention's actions will not carry^many votes with It. Ifthe democratic party should nom^^inate a free silver candidate on a free^silver platform would you. as a popu^^list. Support him'.^' tile governor was^asked. Istand upon the platform formu^^lated at Omaha and shall stand upon^it until it is changed of amended In^convention. I shall stand right there.^^continued the venerable ex-governor,^pointing his linger at the floor, ^and I^am not In favor of uniting it with any^other organization. Thenvon. too. like Bland, are op^^posed to the so-called Sibley and War^^ner movement'.' Sibleyand Warner are sjsjos] men,^but I am not In favor of any independ^^ent movement. We have our national^party and I sc.- no sense !n abandoning^It. At the last election we polled near^^ly MfMM votes. Bealdee, I believe^there are other issues than the silver^question. We are also in favor of a^complete change in the whole financial^system. Our entire Indebtedness, na^^tional, state, municipal, corporate and^Individual, is equal or greater than all^the property values In the present de^^pressed state, and the Interest we are^paying is greater than the net pro- iis of every particle, of production in nitedStates. We only get along beno prosperity where A Is required^to pay a certain 'ransportntion and B^gets the same for naff pi n ^ Thenthere Is the land question, an^^other vital Issue. The public lands of^the 1'nlted States arc rapidl] | dng in^^to the hands of aliens I read only the^other day that one quarter of all ihe^lands In the state of Illinois was own^^ed by finis ins re. The rights of aliens^to hold lands in the United St.it.s^should be taken away, and the lands^donated to the railroads shoulu be i^stored to the people. Thegovernor drifted to the income^tax question, and said he was in fa vol^of such a tax and belo ved it was con^stltutional. notwithstanding the .1^clslon of the supreme c met, ^But as^they had the last guess at It. v. ^ mu-^ablde by the decision until It is rs^^versed. In outer to nl ar send the de^^cision, laws should be passed by all^the states t.i exempt homesteads in^value, say up M $1,000. from taxation^and incumbrances of any kind, and^thus throw the burden of. taxat. oi Ml^the rich. The stales have the nov t r^to pass such laws. Thepopulist party does not believe^In taking away acquired m iltl-. I -^matter how dishonestly obtained, nor confiscateanything, but II qswnnds a^c hange in conditions so that a laboring^man can mike more than a bare liv^^ing and the producer can Bell Ins pr nV^uets for more than the bare coal of^production. Th. populist party is ill^on|y party thm has ever taken a posi^^tion ON these questions. GovernorWaite was enticed from ISO^Omaha platform long SSsoUah to ^ii hisopinion regarding SOOSS lisCI Itic andrepublican candidates for lev^presidency. He did not ihl'ik there^was anything serious In the mention^of Cleveland's name for u third term^Th.' democrat!^ party, be thought,^would not be foolish en .nth to nom^^inate him. ^Harrison, Ri or McKln- leywould be satisfactory to Wall stit.^ said he. ^They are .ill UsOOO- metalllsts,and I would not be n ill^surprised to see the moneyed power of^the democratic party go ove r and . up-^port the republican ticket. Whatel., you Ihlnh nl the areata I Memphissilver convention and the^democratic Silver movement In Illi^^nois^ Ilook for nothing in particular^from the Memphis convention. The^democrats of.Illinois don't mean to^bolt, but they hope to swing the party.^If they cannot do that, they will take^their medicine. It will be Impossible^for the silver men to muster a two-^thirds vote in the national democratic^convention. That two-thirds rule has^been In force since 1X44. and i* w is thai^proposition at that time that dofcatej VanBuren for the nomination. The statuteof limitation might be pleaded^against any attempt to change the^rule. Thegovernor talked entertalnlnglv^about cattle, sheep and gold and ex^^pressed the belief that In the' latter^product Colorado would reach |S4),fM,a^000. an Increase of tS.Ooo.OOO over last^year, and lead all other states. He^also touched on Colorado politics In^general and bis defeat for reelection^for governor lasi fall In particular. He^said that to his administration bad^been charged all the ill that had be^^fallen the country and the people of^Colorado were told that his defeat^would restore prosperity, not only to thestate, but to the whobuntry, andthis was pounded Into the people^so hard that many believed It and^clamored for a change, and they got^It, together with still Increasing hard^times. Thee campaign breetight cent some^startling combinations according to the^governor's statements. ^The A. P. A.'s^and Catholics marc heel tee the peells arm^in arm,^ he declare-d. ^The Italians^and the Mexicans were polled together.^The church ami gamblers, the W. C.^T. C and the prostitutes, the hired^Kir's and Ihe drawing room laeli. s. all^| worked harme'iiieeusly together (Or the^republican ticket and to defeat me,^and cef the is.eiou majeerlty against me.^Denver pedled i'.ooo. of these 10.000^were fraudulent and IfvtM were clenne-^cratlc votes. Thegovernor said ho knew thnt at^the next election the populists w^ ell 1.1^wipe the earth up with Use eether two^parties In Colorado. the freemyear to year by giving new mort^gage*, trust deeds and other evidences^of indebtedness, and that game has no^limit; we can't play it eternally. Un^^less that syslem is changed there Is no^salvation for the country, and silver^alone will not make the necessary^(hange. Thegovernor stopped a moment and^Ihe reporter took advantage to ask^him what he proposed as a remedy for theills he complained of. 'TheOmaha platform.^ was the re^^ply, srlth several ssksensation points. TheOmaha platform covers a multi^^tude , f Ills.^ suggested the reporter. Yes. the remedie s lie in the declara^^tions on the financial question, taxa^^tion and transportation. The right to^Issue money has got to he taken away^freem the banks ami must be given to^the paonde. The government alone^should have the right to issue money,^and It should throw open Ihe mints^to the true coinage ^^f gold and silver. antthat shouM be suppUmentsn by theissue of greenbacks eer treasury^notes in an amount ne cessary to meet^the demaii'l. Hy the national banking^system bankers are' enable.d tee loan^money e^n their debts. The paper mon^^ey system Involves the principles that^he Mr ho issues ii as money shall Vir^^tual!] 'Iran interest on it. and there^^fore the government only is the proper^party to get the benefit which now is^i nje.ved by the hankers, am! is the^cause cef the concentration of all the^wealth in the country. Th^question of transportation is^mother evil that needs attention as^Sadly as the silver quesuinn The p.ew-^. r of railroads tfl grant discrimination^rates must be taken away from them.^The United States courts have ele-ided^that men discrlmlnatle)ii Is unlawful,^but still It Is done, and the power must^be tak' ti away and given 'ee the gov^^ernment to control, the same as it doe*^the- pootofgee system. There is eenly one^place where a Vaneb rhilt and a pau^^per are on a par. and that is when^th.y buy a postage stamp. Thero can Sureshot corn cure. Will kill the^pains, take all the soreness out unci^cure your corn forever. Try a bottle,^We guarantee it. Fossclman Drug Co. Mute-catl.fic-iitIons. Rutte.June- it^Notices of the f..l-^leewlng mine ral locations: STere file ^I with^the county cle rk ami recorde r to-day: HullBun placer, six miles west of^Butte, by Andrew Nelson and Ann li e^Bcrsantl. Anacondalode, Siberian district, by^Michael McNulty and Owen IfcNulty, Mayplacer, in German Gulch, by^Frank Haiem ui and others. Mountainlode. i'amp Creek district,^by Con Hayes and othe rs. HillSide lode. Camp Creek district,^by Tim Coin and others. GreenMountain lode'. Camp ClMg^district, by Mike Nevln and others. BillsDlsalloned. Bulte.June It,^ The Bounty commis^^sioners to-day pastel on and disal^^lowed the folleewlng hills .if the Miner^Publishing company for alleged profits^on county priming don^ by the Inter^Mountain during ivtt: May, IUS.11:, June.July, $7o:^ it; A turns t, IflM;September. ^'_^.'n:ts; October,^H.MS.M; November, ^J.'.4,H; December,^tyCLgL Anotherlot of old warrants were or^^dered canceled. n^^t having been^claimed by the owners. WrongfulPeSSeeSian Alleged. Rurte.June 12.^Oscar Aiken ami An^^na Aik-n t '-day brought null against^W. C. Harding for the possession of a lotof household furniture and 'ith.r personalproperty t'i the value of S.'.oo. cefwhich they allege the defendant^took w rongful possession to their dam^^age, in the sum of HM ami for which^amount Judgme nt is asked, together^with $50 a month for the time Ihe prop^^erty Is retained am! for the ri turn of^the prggsyrty or for its value. AwardedHighest Honors-World's Fair, WCREAM BAKINGPOWDER MOSTPERFECT MADE. Apute Grape Crean of Tartar Powder. Free^from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.^40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Mr. HIALLIANCE MerrillBelieves That Should be^the First Move. THE MCWPHIS CONVENTION HoIs Sorry Ho Cannot Attend. But^Says Thoro Are Many Good^Men in the Delogation His^Silver Party Views. Itutte..Tune IS.^Hon. TIsOSJstM C. I^Merrill arrived in the City lids ne.ruing onhis return heeme fr.im Denver, srhere j^he iltsnflssl g meeting ei the committee^on organization of tin- I tin- I die union. |^Th.- titsl thing he did U| n hi- arm il^In Itutte was to send the following (^self-explanatory telegram in reply to^MM freem Q neral Wat m i itutte.Mont.. June- 11 -To OeusruJ^A. J. WarniT. care Hhfer Qenissntsnu,^Memphis. TtoBi II '^- ^* vitrtl Impor-1 tane-ethat an offensive and defensive^glgsinrs U tween the Weal anel South i Pa-Mmetalrhtju be termed n Memphis. THOMAS'^; MKftKILL,^^It Is the only thing in do,^ said Mr^Merrill to a Htandiir i reporter, ^fof^the hone of ullver lbs In SUCh an al^^liance. Mr.M. rrlll had expect : t attend^the Memphis convcntl ^n snn hail an^appointment to meet Oenergl Warner^there, but was called hack by i tele^^gram snnounctngj plchn^ In h;^ fam^^ily ai Helena. Itis e gi -at disapp iii ^ in. nl to me,^^he i tld, 'that I eannoi '^ al the con^^vention, but a ^umber of good moi^nave gone from the Weftern si itc ^ and^filled with enthusiasm for tjtc move^^ment of an al'Janee between the ft'eel^and South, Thework Inaugurated by Ihe S.ii Laknventlon is ^h 'dj hearing kI ft nit. ^rii, last. Kfi.lav fMlnrad organiseda stabc blu*,^-':l1 svlth^geKeii, eneravUc /ofneurs ut It's head.^William X...Jtyer^i WfLs electefj pf-si-^dent. * harlsjp M. li'mmos first vice |^res-^Ideni. Karl B. Ooe gMOlicI \1ce presi^^dent, A. VV. Rucker third vice presi^^dent. Mary C. C. Bradford SWretary^and C. l^ ^iurley tfeaaurer. The l-l-^metalUc union and Ine bine lalllc league^are In entire- accord, and ar* Working^together In perfect harmony and with^a mutual undej.standing nf the wok^to be clone. Our organisation is sup^^plementing the work ot He other, for^the- end be be accomplish.,! is the ob^^ject ami met the means. The- end is^all Important Thebimetallic union no* has appli^^cations from If atate-s east of Colorado^for admission into the union, among^them being Tennessee, North Dakota,^Alabama, Michigan, Arkansas. Minne^^sota, Louisiana. Wisconsin. Missouri^and Ke ntucky. Thccommlttenplana ceforganisation, of whic h I arte chair^^man, completed its report b it has not^yet he. n aee-epted by the fsecutlve^mmmlttrr but a meeting for thai pur^^pose will be c alled for abeein June M. Thereport gf the ppmmtttee on plansof organization feel local unions^provides Ural that the National lllni -^tallle UUhM shall be gMhpmwd of an exeeutlvimmltleo coiiHlsling cef one memberfreem each state or territory^In which the union exists: second, that^local unions shall at their tlrsl annual mesting elect one of their number as amember of the county executive COM-^mlttee. Kach exec utive commit b e^shall at their lUst animal meeting^elect 'en* eet their number en ft member^cef the state executive ooMMlthss. Bach stateexecutive committee' shall at^their tlrsl annual meeting selec t one cef^the ir number as a member of the na^^tional executive committee; third. Ihe^state- off territory exec utive committee^shall have supe rvision .if all the- affairs^cef the local unions in their respec tive^states or territories, subject to tin an^|im\al of the national executive eom-^Hslttee. The report alsee nits feerth n^form of constitution and by-laws for^local unions, whose objects, shall be the^educutlon c^f the voters 'if ijie t'nlted^States upon the true principles .ef hi-^metalllsm, by the purchaae ami ^ 11s^11-i- butionof approved biinetallle lltera-^tui ami such other neans as may be^expedient. Any person may become a^member o; tl r union by signing a ^I^ -^laration cef principles and pledge that 'Webelieve that the free Coinage ^^!^b.eth geehl anel silver g^ It exlsteel prior^to l^^7:. at the rath) Of IMo f, Is e ssen^^tial to the permanent prosperity cef thee American (pie and we hereby pledge ourselvesto use our most ssrneat i r^forts for^ the- imntedlste irgfaration of silverto Its pfsoe as money by the^I'liltecl States without regard In tie-^policy eet any other nation.'^Atl soon as been! unions ore organise I theyshould siie-t committees ^-r ihe-^most earnest and gteecSssfui irorkers^to circulate subseriptieen papc i^throughout their entire c^minuhitic andby other eff irts t i procure my tocarry c n thi^ work, The cprrnnlttec^recommends thai siibsCrlr'tlonH is'e made Inmonthls pajineufs. wl.feh (dialn Untieuntil Novlmfier, ItM .The money^s.. raised will b- ^ecpiirOil for the pur^e has.' and circulation of fiirh blme.^tallle literature si will be'j/^tMUy un- deisiI, eeiinpr. ,:cnsl\arid unsnswer abb, mid which will thoroughly edu^^cate the peopli ^h t,hls burning ^|iie s-^llon c.f the- da] . also f.,r Mi h nth' r^c-Npe-nse s as ma) be n- 1 sunn t - i^^cute this work 111 the md*t ((tjccessful manner.(,f the ntoney *f rulped one-^third should be Judiciously expended bj^Ihe local tini.ens which procure It; one. thllcl slleeUlel I^ Sell! |0 tile lleasill.] oithe state bimetallic union. In which^stats tin- union is located, the remain^^ing out'third should be fwjtnriled in^the Ileasiiiei of the national bime^^tallic union, ke ping in mind that the^sol, object of raising this mom y Is to^educate the voters of this nation,^that we ma^ secure the full rentoratl^cef silver by the United States tee the^position It occupie d prior to 1X7'. inde-^peadsxet ^^f the action of any othe r na^^tion, which can Is st be accomplish.'1^by the distribution of spprtyred bime^^tallic literature Assceoii as th. re port la SggtroVeed,^and If Montana then d- sires to organ- liensxSeff th^ union, the Ntattmmlt- t . e ,m|eos.c| nf \V A. Clark. K K.^Rartr snl of Butt. \v M. fflckford of Missoula,A. M Holler of Helena. John itToots cef Anaconda, ^^. P. Chlehoim^of Bosemaa. Di v H. Mitchell of I^ r Lodge. ^^. V lieecbiard ' f If.lllt.. - all'l JT. Armlngt .n of Monarch, sheeiild^mee-t and select th^ b--t men In each^comity te^ take- charge of the local or-^Kanization. of course, as I aald before,^if it Is not desirable t^ . rganlx- un^b r^th^' bimetallic iinl'-n. tl^ n 1-t the n- -l-^e c| work be done through s..me other^plan eer gfggUSlSStton, Jusl ao that It is^done. Ina I^-nvr Intcivi'W Air. II. nil] r-^QOOtad hh folbewa: Thave been a repubU an all my Hfe,^but I am a slie r man lirsl. | cannot^say that I am In fav r of the organiza^^tion of an Independent silver p.it;^ .e -^sue hat the present monie nt. The people^ere not sufficiently prcpnivd f'.r It, hutI do beM^\. that, with tho carry^^ing out of the svstem of education that^the bimetallic union peropMag, by No^^vember. ISH, the \ j'.;rt M the country willhave been eo educated een the sil^^ver MnSSthM that we will be able to |^c arry three-fourths nf th- country with^us. I'arty lines never lay *^^ lightly cen^the p.'o|e|e aa they dee in the present^times, anel a new parl^. a disllnc tlvely^sliver |^rty. will take- MM of Itself^when the poOSSS theere'Ughly understant^the gtjeation. I am a republican, and.^when the time conos In my state, will^work to hav - Ihe d. legates to the na^^tional republican convention next year^hMtmctod P. nllhdlaw freem th^ ceen- Velllioll tinb'SS 0 1* to 1 free- .e.lncge. bythis ceeiiiitry. platform Is adopted^and a man Is neeminateel f^^r ihe presi^^dency whe.se pgg| pveerd will Insure an sdMlnletiaslouin neeord with that platf.rm If the republican party^falls. I would never cast another vote^with meere pleasure than for a demee-^^ ratle nominee pledged to silver o:i a^^fiM BSeSSMM plaif erm offfor Meet. Knglaml.^Untie. .Iuiic- If A party consisting of PyStephens, William Dawe, Mrs. Tern-^by and Mrs A CarbtS .ef I'eiiterville^anel Mrs. A K Martin and children^and Mrs I'ln.-h .if WahxeSVllts will^leave to-SSOrrun, Thursday, evening^for Kngland by the Ureal Xorthe-rn^road They will legve New Y'lik next^Wednesday hv the steamer ^*ity of^Paris and will visit oM fHsSdS Inf..in-^wall about six months. MmsMmxiii tk - a Butte,June If - The Moult00 mill^shin down to-.|a\ p. i manenily. owing^to u lack of custom ^^r^^ K'ct a week^the leasers have been shipping ore t.s^the I'lisoii simpling w ^, ks. which will^lc started up in a few da.es. IhnShSi \l Ce cil le.ee. Allclerks are nollll.'d to appear it^ileeoel Tempi.iis' gall ^ii Thurwday^morning at '^^ o'clock sharp i.i partici^^pate in Miners' union aarade\ I'base^w ar straw hals and white ties. SVSSssmSue SI on. ttyJotntni our . tub gad paying II i Wek. ^oll get If Stiff choice .ef g UTStSh era dl imond ring at Toole ^V Winter-^halter's, :t^ West I'ark. Onelas I'nlmas cigar ami Chicago^Dull) Coin paper g;\cii free with each^rooming Standard. Owsley News- stssd l.olelh.rit ^ ThslMt Ottlre.^Which way do you go^ Save money bygetting your railroad tickets at re^^duce.i rates from l^. (loldbcrg's ticket^utilec. 41 Main street No misrepresen^^tations Scpiurc dealing every time. l.in I forget the c losing out sale of^Simon Jacobs *i Cee.'s stoc k. Sale is^now* on. IgrsjsTsjshsxisksksTSk^Madam Itallloii. direct from l,one|een.^Eng. i wishes tee an noun ^ tee the ladies^of Itutte that she has upi'iied her par-^leers in the new OsjrSley bleeck. MOM IT, thirdiooff. with a complete itsf suits,capes ami milline ry In all De^^lates! styles, opera, walking, dinner^and reception dreeeee nade tee enciei Dont forget the dosing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s sbeck. Bale Is^lew on. gjat^l 11 nk. laugh gad he merry^When dunking, ask for Centennial beer. It IS the best. Tci-HeirreewMorning Iwill begin a cl.islng out sale of the^entire greeeery stock lomserl) back eef theOoetMg Creamery, t^s West i'ark street.This stock Is complete and^ti'sh. and while It lasts thin will be^found the greatest bargains e ver of^^feree! in gromrtss in itutte. i-: u Mayor ThePlain Truth Wins^We Advertise the Plain Truth. ForRoche thefinest photos go b. the^studio. :i North Main street. Ls TnCUPGtST DPU0 MOUStTwTrtf. SWTt.^BUTTE. CITY MONTANA.' TheVery^Best Hade. HUnuraduictlP'J |sj(aStfaVSw4tlM isaM_rv J'wMrasw-U NoMan^Should Be^Without One TiftLAPOtST 0OAJ0 tlOUSt IN Trlt 4TATC^fJUTTE. CITVAVONTANA loc'lanl against possible imposition^purclia-ers of railroad transportation arcs^liereb.- appnsecl of th*) f.tct tnat 1 om the^only authorize-el ticket broker in Ibitte,^Mout. Dave tjolcltierg. n former compet^^itor, lias teren susXMendejd from ihe Amer-^leas Tlekel llroksrs1 asseeiaSMS, and^anv business trans.ic:e.l hv ihesaiel psrty^i^ no longer guaranteed by the Associi-^lion. ADOLPHPINCUS. VicePresident Amerieiin Ticket Brokers^Association. No. I tast Broadway. GOLDBERG'S TICKETOFFICE Tho=cwno UstM l to purchasa^r u road or st jam ship ttclcets^to any par. ot the world can^save from -O per csnt to .SO^per c^nt. by obtain.n t them^trom us. Ail sales and rebates^effaced byujan guaran'-oed. /.''/e/'ie-sTh*tUmr Jssg XislfsNMl aii'lfffgfM SSISefgSJI sssSSsgX L).Qoldberg ForFRIDAY, JUNE 14 SpecialIlar^aitit in 32 inc!ic i \\i lo Fast Colors of SCOTCHZEPHYRS only (geidstne HuiplrecKgad riioiis-tiieU of ysrsUolIMSetsplrjTfQ^Sg^^ham sold in lh;i c.ty .it ^ tin vird. We (riiar.iiitee very Csggf in tins ime- to VTstk VTgtL Ourline of Wash Goods ii the most complete in the city. FRENCH PATTERN DRESSES AlSSSfMl llM nf them l ):i'y MM ilresa in thg city of^any stylo we sli ^\v. $7.50,$8.50, $10,00 robes REDUCEDto each $13.50and $15 00 robes Reducedto $8.95 each Allhigher priced sui's at [import:ona'e reductions. Saveyour money by trading at 66 inl 1 Willa-lre you a points*^regarding the pr.ee ^^^have on this line of^gtKids. TheRocker shownis full ne, made^of Oak, well finished,^lias the popular Cob*^hier Sole Leather Seat,^^toes not soil, fade or^wear out, and the pricn $3-50 /Kennedy^^ Furniture^Company BUTTE,MONTANA. 1 r. - v . 'J*C TEETH!TEETH1^TEETH! Thejlnestthat can be bad al^any cost. We mak^ the best,^tue mint tiatural in appear^^and the most durabld^plstss to bo hail in Moutans.^Only tho very bost mi'.erti'.s enter uit.j tlp^ir cJtisttuctioa Kotiuug clitap^but the prxe. $11 E5 cr^^et. Vitalized Air rorihepsln'.-n .sir i .^ f te^t:^ Tus ^ ^^^ srstesi I. ti.e srer..i u-*t Mly lathis ofil'i'. AaynaniSsf efteeta ss x.%.^:^^ i i e..^ ii ^^ v srlthtxrt pile. All kind* at ereeas^ao^l ur.clge^stork a ^p cuitv tMS, SllS-r in t kens uUla;s etlowisl rates. m.H. WIK. B. D. S. CoTer* tv of I* B h s0 * ANNOUNCEMENT a bargains HavingSold Out My Carpet Cleaning^Establishment. I/icatfi|^' 1^: N. rr'- V^^^^ .:^% ^tr--*C * ^ tif^Hutlf Mit r-^s ,ia^j I .u in L-^mp;inv^who will iooiiu u' tlit* t^u^iu^r^* at Uw ssMM^ftl-ioil We UK- lUt MtCl ^ l of UTsfstttM 1 I 1^ptMf e i*toBi^Ti fur tiie'ir [vntr^^ii.t^^*^. Ansl to :^tftoe/^K fur iit^ ^i!^^-^^^.'f* cootiaiuuou l)f (^your favor. I w.tl r*MHi vWl ni^ ;^Mt^iini-*. .aii I etapt:ro:i* .^f vw *.^ ft-or* ta*: the work *i I r^t.vi*i* thor^ifU J^^t cation. FORSALE-25 feet or more^.ind up to 171 feet on East Park,^Mtf4 of Arizona street. Bed^rock. Special tisjures on any^^thing over 100 feet. Rickards^ Lewis JOHNHILXfi i No- 33 Eas: Broadway.