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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. 1895.
Therrlnelpal Hrsncli t'ffl -e of Th* Stam^-^ssr* It At No. 21 K^^ Hrnsd^a^. Butte Trie-^pkoM Ne. St. AdvettUun: raise furnished oa^sppUcsilos. WILLIT COME TO THI5 Wellhardly. Many tl.lnirs com Md^tlilnusKo. M Ik* woa't l'ri-ttv much even^thini: goes If v.,u ro mil .1 r^-~^^--l .11 eothlaa^I tut i aboerrityUm m lit. Ilutsh 'q't PaH*^rUl In Hut e there m aa tits, no Win NCI am!^Mtailorlni like ours 'l b s is o-.i r-r-w.1. and^^ ere |MN tl now by making up mUHoriw. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Nowis the time to subscribe. Smoke^El Capltan General^ cUars. Bestdomestic clear made^ ^The Mon^^tana Rose.'' Try one. Majesticsteel ranges. Tuttle Manu^^facturing k Supply rompany. Watchcleaning. 11.50; main springs.^11. Warrants! DM year. Mayer. 40 W.^Park. Seethe go^ds and prices and you will^buy voiir Rents furnishing goods ^f^Nash * Co. TheCzir ami Stearns war*) the win^^ners In the mad rare. Howell ^ Pierce^s^ll the Czar and St.arns. Thenubility .-f Kumjie and aristoc^^racy of America ride the CM* and^Stearns Mejn Iea, Mensand boys' mackintoshes, full^lines, fresh goods. Just received at^Gans ^ Klein's. DMMtimes improve we shall sell our^shirts^silver dollar shirts^at 50 cents^^piece. Kaufman Rrns. NesblttSisters. 10 West Granite, have^the finest dining parlor in the city.^Every delicacy in season. Getour figures N mining supplies.^We mean business. Tuttle Manufact^^uring ^ Supply company. Owingto the storm, the baseball^game between the Neversweats and^the Antlers was p istponed. Nash^ Co.. tailors, have placed on^sale 25 suit patterns which they offer^at $30 a suit to close. Come ^iulck if^you want a bargain. H.M. Campbell's residence in Ohio^avenue was gone through yesterday af^^ternoon by a sneak thi-f. who secured^a suit of clothes and $.'. In cash. PetePrudhomme was kicked over^the left eye by a vicious broncho yes^^terday and sustaineil a severe Injury,^which necessitates a bandage over the^optic. Therewill be no question as to where^you will buy if you once secure our^figures on hoists, boilers and mining^supplies. Tuttle Manufacturing ^ Sup-^uly company. Justreceived a case of men's hosiery^which was Imported by u.' direct from^Germany. Colors black and tans. A^splendid value for twenty-five cents.^Boucher the Park Street Clothier. Commencingon Saturday the Gnat^Northern will sell return tickets to^Helena and Moulder ,-very Saturday^for one fare. Tickets will be good to^return on Monday. Animmense rock slide near the^Northirrt Pacific tracks occurred near^Homestake this morning and delayed^the train from the Hast for thrrta,^hours. The rock struck the track^with such force that it slid n small^section of it several feet loWM the hill. TheGreat Northern excursion to^Great Falls, which was to have been^held next Sunday, has been postponed^until later in the summer, when the^excursionists can be reasonably cer^^tain of warm weather. Itmakes a differenec where you buy^your clothes. You found that out long^igo. and your experience ^-,,.^t money.^To get even by degree*. |,uy om. ,,f ,)Ur^ten dollar suits. They look line and^surprise In quality. Kaufman Bros. Thefootball learn begins practice^this evening for their approaching con^^test with the Omaha team, and all^players are requested to runt at Cap^^tain Brooks' office hi 1:41 sharp. Work^is wvll under way at lie new grounds^and they will b* completed ,,v Friday^night. FredA. fears, the Burllnaton road's^popular repreasatatlvi in Butte, has returnedfrom a two Breaks' trip^among the wool grow ra ^ il a Judith^Basin in the bsteraau ^! hta road. He^Is now entertaining Ml frienda with a^choice assortment of stories ,,f life on^the farm and how it feels la licet] in^beds that seem to move und^ r, around^and all over one. Owingto the gnat IWngBI of a* -^pie attending the closing out sati of^Simon Jacobs ft Co.'s store, on Sat^^urday and Monday. It was Impossible^to show the line clothing stock. The^management have made arrangements,^however, which will enable them to^show the entire clothing stock begin^^ning Tuesday, and everybody will have^an opportunity to insper ^ the finest^line of clothing ever brought to Mon^^tana, which will be sold at prices cut^lower, cut deeper and cut with less re^^gard for value than any similar stock^ever before placed on sale. WhatDo You Think of ThU^^The Czar takes first placp and first^time, the Steams second time in the^road race. If you want winners and^leaders In bicycle construct ton call on^Howell ^ Pierce, opposite the asses^house, and they will sut.plv v..u \V-^are also ajrents f.,r the lam .'us W.iv. rt)^and AJax wheels and exp.-rts in teach^^ing beginners the art of bicycle riding. Ourstore Is filled with new things In^Glass. China. Hirer and Oold. Exclu^^stra assents for the Llbbey cUi ^ lias-^New Invoices Just In. Carry foar other^makes. Largest stork in the stale^Hight ft Fairfield, Jewelers. LeviStrauss ft CoY riveted overalls go^at Mr; waiter's coats and jackets, bar^coats, etc., at terrible reductions at the^closing out sale of the Jacobs stock. Thenewest novelties came In to-day.^J H. Leyaon, Jeweler. Itfl TheFourth Address of a Series on^Good and Evil. STATISTICS BROUGHT OUT Rev.E. J. Croenevald's Sermon^Last Evening-Remarkable Rec^^ord of EvartKellcal Churchea^the Past Century. Butte,June IS ^Rev. K. J. Groene-^veld delivered the fourth address In^the series on tile good and evil in the^various denominations to another very^large congregation this evening, speak^^ing 011 Tnitarianlsm.' Thespeaker first dwelt upon the re^^markable growth of the Kcangelical^churches daring the first century of^our MthsMl existence. In order to com^^pare it with that of the mm-Evangeli^^cal churches ^^! which the I'nltarian is^the most prominent. The growth and^life of religions institutions Is largely^line to the courage and foresight of^otir forefathers in cutting entirely^loose from all dependence upon state^support and civil power, to separate^forever stale and church, and to trust^the support ,f the church to the confi-^BStsM and ft tiernslt^ of the people^^ lone. It was ;olng against the prae-^tfcsi a| 1) centuries. Therewas granted h-rro an open field^for the t||ft| of this principle, which^h is ever since been one of the founda^^tion principles of this republic, and it^lias been crowned with unexpected^and glorious saiss. InMM the membership of the Protes^^tant churches was to the population of^the country as ! to 14';; in 1 s;h^ It was^1 to |^4. These Hgures record the most^remarkable progress In religious mat^^ters that the wot id has ever seen. Astudy of the religions census of^ISiiO shows another thing, viz: That all^the Protestant chut'Iks are not equal^^ly adapted to meet the religious wants^of our |^^ople. It shows that they^demand the gospel of the Lord Jesus^Cbslst in the old time, vigorous, una^^dulterated fulness and power. This^le i olio s plain when we ascertain that^tin* i:\angelical churches, who believe^and preaeli the divinity of Christ, the^Inspiration of the Bible, and the salva^^tion of men through faith in a vicari^^ous sacrifice of the cross, Increased^during the decade before the last cen^^sus nearly four millions in communi^^cants; while the membership of the^four principal non-Kvangelical bodies^in is'.t0 amounted to but liV.'.OOO In its^entirety. I think all this teaches that^the most unsuccessful way to bring^or keep men under the influence of re^^ligion Is to make Jesus a mere man,^the Bible a boot of fables, the record^of miracles legends, and God a belnk.^who takes very little. If any. Interest^in His universe to-day. I'nitarlanlsmis not, neither does It^claim to be Evangelical. The last cen^^sus gave it 421 churches, Mf^ ministers^and a membership of 117.749. In the^four years since there has been an In^^crease of 4 ministers. IS churches and^Ml members. More than one-half of Its^membership Is found in the state of^Massachusetts The census mentions^no organization In the state of Mon^^tana. I'nitarlnnsbelieve In the unity of the^personality of God as distinct from^the Trinitarians, who believe In a^Triune God. They regard the Ulble as^containing (rod's word, but that It Is^more or less mingled with error. They^regard the church, under a congrega^^tional form of government, as an as^^sociation of men for religious purposes,^which has no authority but that of^the truth It teaches, and no use except^to purify and strengthen daily life.^They regard Jesus as in all respects a^man. with a spiritual insight, which^differs only In degree from that of all^other men; that God was In Jesus, but^so Is He In all men. They reject the^Trinity anil all the Evangelical doc^^trines. wh|ch cluster around the Deity^of Christ. I'nltarianlsmhas never found a foot^^hold In the. hearts and lives of common,^every-day people, but It usually wins^those who are confident of their own^abilities anil discernment Instead of^a system of belief. It Is really a sys^^tem of wholesale doubt. It proposes to^reject all mysteries and to bring God's^capacity to reveal right down to the^level of our ability to understand. Tie-tiisi I'nliarian church in Amerl-^M was King's chapel In Boston.^Though it was a Congregational^church, the Book of Common Prayer^was used In the services. In the year^lTxn every reference to the Trinity and^to any 0*M but the Father as an ob^^ject of worship was struck from tho^book. In the :t0 years following many^ministers in ^'ongregatlonal pulpits in^New Kngland and thousands of mem^^bers in their churches became tainted^with the heresies of the I'nliarian^movement. In IMI the church secured^.1 separate existence. Dr. William El-^boy Channing became the leader.^Many Kvangi Ileal doctrines were still^cherished and practiced. But soon the^extremists began to lead They cut^entirely loose Froai the historic church^of 11 centuries), The various articles^of the old faith were uprooted and^OMl away. To-day no one can tell^what tbwy belli y e as a church. In MM^the body split, and a western confer^^ence was organised, which abolished^all Aognsntte tests as conditions of fel^^lowship. Some of their own papers^stated that under that arrangement^' even an agnostic or an atheist might^become a tni-itllier.^ To a Presbyterian^It is very plain that as a religious so^^ciety, doing a religions wok. I'nltar-^ianism has been a pitiable failure. It^has cultivated doubt concerning' the^whole plan of salvation as set forth in^the New Testament. It has degraded^the matchless Savior and ennobled^miserable hunman nature. The Chris^^tian Register, the Unitarian paper of^Boston, acknowledges that there Is^not a I'nliarian church In the country^that would not admit Robert G. In-^gersoll to active membership without^any examination whatever as to his pinims. If this Is so the church^Would better be honest and i-alr Itself^an ethical society Instead of a Chris^^tian organization. It Illustrates an^evolution which has resulted In a re^^pudiation of the Christian faith^arti^^cle after article, until It Is capable of^producing nothing in Its pn-sent con^^dition but spiritual death. Canany good be said of this soci^^ety^ Many of their members were^foremost In the advocacy of the abo^^lition of slavery M years ago. They^have earnestly and perseverlngly de-^fsntlsd the rights of man as man. of^women before the laws, anil have orig^^inated many reformatory ami benevo^^lent movements. Asa rhureh they exalt the life, the^example of Jesus, but they almost al^^together refrain from mentioning his^death. It has become superfluous to^commemorate the sufferings and death^of Christ in the sacrament of the sup^^per. One of th^dr most prominent men^not long ago publicly commented that hischurch ^lacked old-fashioned pi^^ety.^ It Is one of the few religious^bodies that does not grow In propor^^tion to the growth of the population of^the country. It has no Interest in for^^eign missions. Inisr^^ Charles Kinssley. poet and^philanthropist, wrote; ^My heart de^^mands the Trinity as much as my rea^^son. I want to be sure that God cares^for me; that God is my father; lhat^God has Interfered, stooped, sacrificed^himself for me. I say boldly if the doc^^trine of the Trinity be not In the Bi^^ble, It ought to be; for the whole spir^^itual nature of man cries nut for It.^^Kightcen years later, when this man^lay dying, the central thought of his^inlnd was that ^only In faith and love^to the Incarnate Cod. our Savior, can^the cleverest, as well as (he simplest,^find the peace of G^d which passes un^^derstanding.^ This has been Mm^teaching of the church during the^whole Christian era It has furnished^comfort In life and Joy in death. Thesubject .if the next address will^be ^I'nlversallsm. immenseaudience. ('loseof the Minslon of the H00. in lathersIn Hull.'. Butte.June IS ^ Probably the most^Impressive religious service ever held^In Montana was thai which Ihis after^^noon marked the close of the Catholic^mission held In this city during the^past two w. eks by the four Domlnl^Mn^missionaries. So inadequate were the churchaccommodations for so great a multitudeas desired to attend the clos^^ing services, that the service was h i I^In the open air !^ ttti spacious yard^hack of St. James hospital, an altar^was erected and board seats In ampl-^IhastaT style reaching back to Mercury^street were arranged. The lag of^America was draped on the porch^above the altar, and two big American flagsdecorated ihe gateway leading fromMercury street into the novel^church which had for Its roof the blcik^skies of a wintry tta] Inthis vast Inclosure gathered a^crowd of worshipers variously eitl-^mated at from :t.iMK^ to fi.iwo. During^most of the long service the snow fell^on the bare heads of the worshippers,^the storm at limes being almost blind^^ing. Towards the close of the service,^however, the clouds arofc* away and^the sun shone down on th^ great multi^^tude. A splendid musical programme^was rendered in connection with the^services, the members of the choir be^^ing: Sopranos, .Mrs. Pltl Butler and^Miss Keegan; altos. Miss Bertha Shaw,^Miss Veronau and Mrs. Kohl, tenors,^Messrs. Pavnier and Jahrelss; basso^,^Messrs. Fltz Butler, Qaedalhofor, Will-^lam George. W. C. George and Albert^Nichols. directress, Mrs. Roomy^Ganke's orchestra assisted In the musi^^cal programme. Theservice began yvilh the proces^^sion of the girls of the Parochial school^dressed in white, from St. Patrick's^church to the outdoor place of worship,^preceded by the lllhernia band. Fol^^lowing came the altar boys and the^Dominican Fathers and priests of lbs^church in the solemn procession of tin-^blessed sacrament. After musical ves^^pers by the orchestra and band, the^sermon which marked the closing of^the mission was preached by Rev. J.^P. Moran. Atthe close of the sermon Father De^Hlerre, pastor of St. Patrick's church,^then thanked the Dominican Father*^in behalf of the congregation for their^zeal in conducting the best attended^occasion ever held in Montana. He re^^gretted that the mission could not last^a week longer. He hoped they would^have Ihe pleasure of seeing the fathers^all back again ere long. A few closing^remarks were then made by Father^Bloomer. pastime8_exhibition. AFairly Oaai t'rawil at the Columbia fMMhatn Butte,June 16 ^ The exhibition given^by the Pastime Athletic (dub at tie-^opening of the Columbia gardens this^afternoon was a great success in every^respect, except that of attendance.^Had it not been for IBS miniature snow^^storms which followed each Other in quicksuccession and the threatening appearanceof the skies the attendance^would have run up in the thousands,^but as it was only about son people^were present. The exercises were very^Interesting, however, and the small^crowd lhat look chances on the weath^^er were well rewarded. The pro^^gramme consisted of horizontal and^parallel bar exercises, running, kicking^and Jumping and forming py ramids by-^members of the club, club swinging by^Leroy Amos, and a clever fencing^match between D. D Steele and Leroy^Amos. James Orton and Dan Steele^kicked nine foot Into the air, and Phil^Carr made a remarkable broad jump^of 13 feet. Several members of the^Turn Vereln assisted In the bar exer^clses, which were very good. Professor^DuGay performed BOON startling feats^on the tight rope and appeared as^much at ease on II as though It were^a in-foot sidewalk. The exhibition was^Interesting also In the way of Showing^Hie degree of proficiency attained by^the Pastime club members under the^direction of l,eroy Amos, the presi^^dent and Instructor. its~progress7nc. Committerson Fourth of Mg tcllvcly^Kngsgrd -Shepherd laMSwShBgi Butte,June M,^The Fourth of July^committee 1^mayor's ofll suanee to a ^^the chairman.^H. Black and^appointed fireworks met In the^this afternoon in pur-^all from Abe Herman,^and John G. Kvans. W.^I. W. Ccnsbeiger were^a committee to confer withthe executive commlttie to-mor^^row night and ascertain what amount^will be set aside for the purchase of^fireworks from Ihe general collections.^The finance committee will also meet withthe caecatlns eeaaaunttte* to^^morrow evening and report on the^financial encouragement which tiny^have received. Aneffort will he made to give Butt.-^the greatest celebration this year lhat^the city has ever had. notwithstanding^the sickness of Captain Shepherd, whos ^^illness has throws a great deal of hard^work onto other shoulders. The captain^is steadily Improving, however, with^tho apnroach of the glorious Fourth,^and he hopes to be aide to be out In^time to give the celebration his per^^sonal supervision A Fourth of July^celebration without the old Mexican^veteran as master of ceremonies would^not teem natural, and the general pub^^lic would not relish the Innovation. tAt M. I'alrli-k s *chuol. Butte.May 16.^The closing exer^^cises of St. Patrick s school will be held^at Maguln's opera house Wednesday.^June 19. at S o'clock p. m . and aft^Thursday. June :'n at o'clock In the^afternoon a matinee will be given. The^same programme will be rendered on^both occasions. Seats will he reserved^St 10 a. m Wednesday for the exer^^cises of Wednesday night and at the^same hour on Thursday for the after^^noon matinee. Mollrr. Allthe ladles and gentlemen who^sang in ^Mikado^ and ^Patience^ are^requested to meet at the high school^building a! v '^^ o'clock sharp M o lay^evening Business of importance to be^transacted. CHARLKS DWYKR. WATERAND THE LAW TheLoss of Moose Creek Not a Serious^Matter. SOMR. CARROLL REMARKED What tho Superintendent Says^About the Case and What His^Company Proposes to Do^In the Premises. Butte.June 16.^From statements^mad-- to-day by BupeiinP adeBl Car^^roll it Is evident that the water com^^pany was simply playing a game of^bluff In its defense of the injunction^suit which was decided yesterday by^setting up the claim that if the com^^pany wen- ib prlved of tie- water from^Moose crteh It would be 1.liable to ful^^fill its contract with the city. ' Mr. Car-^loll stated this afternoon that tie- loss^of the Moose creek water wasn't any^serious matter, and that the recent^rains and snows have made ,1 water^famine practically unnecessary. Hi^rather contra diet Sd himself, however,^in regard to the Importance of Ho- . .is ^^le.- adding that the company will take^an immediate appeal I ' the supreme^court In the injunction case, The sec^^ond suit to make the present tem^^porary injunction psemsnenl will also^lie carried up to the supreme court in^the event of an adverse decision. Ifthis decision holds.^ said Mr. Car^^roll, ^water companies will be unable^to purchase a water right unless tin y^buy up all the surrounding country.^Two years ago when we had no storage^and had to depend on a constant sup^^ply from the creeks, we leas d the^water of Moose creek from MoHae tt^Ferguson, the owners of the Pony^placer. Since then General Warren.^John Brnnagan and others bought out^an abandoned patent on Moose creek,^for which. I believe, they paid less^than $500. Theonly effect of th-- temporary in^^junction will be to delay the overflow^of the reservoir, but I have no doubt^that we will have a top overflow with^^in two weeks. The riservolr Is now^within five and a half feet of the top^of the dam. and Is raising at the rate^of about seven Inches, or about i.BM.eOQ^gallons, a day. There are now 1M.N*,-^000 gallons of water In the reservoir, so^that the present storage would run the^city for 60 days without any further^supply. The daily supply from Moose^creek, however, has been over :HK^.ni^0^gallons, and it was lie- smallest of out-^three sources of supply. Black Tail^furnishes a great de.1l more water than^Moose creek, arul f,lH,SH gallons ran^Into the reservoir yesterday from Basin^creek, which is. of course, our princi^^pal supply. Basin creek is now running^about four times as much water as at^this time last year. With our present^storage capacity are figure that Basin^Brash alone would furnish enough wa^^ter to run the city for a good many-^years to come. Moorecreek was only carried In as^a temporary arrangement before the^dam was built. We have the oldest^right there, however, and we think Wt^will be able to hold It on the final^suit. Mr.Carroll will start his aeration^process at the reservoir as soon as the^hot weather sets in. and he remarked^with a broad smile that he expects to^furnish the city w ill pure water this^summer for a change. Air will be^forced down Into the water from a^compressor, which will bo placed on a^steamboat and moved around the res^^ervoir. In a recent letter to Superin^^tendent Carroll Charles B. Busch. chief^engineer and superintendent of the^Hackensack Water company of Hobo-^ken. N. J., states that they have hssa^aerating the water in their reservoir^for 10 years Brtta very satisfactory re^^sults, and he does not see why such a^scheme is not practicable here. The^dam will he completed during the com^^ing week to a helghth of SO feet, and^this will probably finish the work for^this year. Tile dam will then have^been raised M feet this year and will^have a sfjrage capacity of 200.noo.ooo^gallons. ImportantNotice. MadamRallton. direct from London,^Eng., wishes to announce to the ladles^of Butte that she has opened her par^^lors in the new Owsley block, room 57.^third floor, with a complete line of^suits, capes and millinery In all Di^^lates! styles. Opera, walking, dinner^and reception dresses made to order. Seethe latest styles. In to-day. J.^H. Leyson. Jeweler. TheButte. Anaronda ^ Pacific road^will run a special train, which leaves^Butte at Ml o clock p. m . and leaves^Anaconda for Ihe return trip to Butt ^^at lt:M) midnight, on Tuesday. June^|n. for the accommodation of those who^wish to attend the Jones-King glove^contest In Anaconda. Don'tforget the closing out sale of SimonJacobs ^ Co.'s stock. Sale is^now on. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock. Sale is^now on. SheriffsSale Offive-stamp mill and concentrating^machinery, hoisting machinery, boiler,^engine, etc. Sale to take place on Sat^^urday. June T2, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at^the obelisk mine, on line of Montana^Central railroad, about two miles east^of the town of Basin, Jefferson county,^Mont. MONTANALl'MBKR * MFO CO. To-MorrowMorning Iwill begin a closing out sale of the^entire grocery stock formerly back of^the Goshen Creamery, 68 West Park^street. This stock is complete and^fresh, and while it lasts there will ho,^found the greatest bargains ever of^^fered In groceries In Butte. E. L.^Mayor. I.adier.we have something hand^^some to show. J. H. Leyson. Jeweler. TheButte. Anaconda ^ Pacific road^will run a special train, which leaves^Hutte at ^^::;o o'clock p. m., and leaves Anala for the return Hip to Butte atISlM, midnight, on Tuesday. June It,for ihe accommodation of those who wishto altend tin Jones King glove^contest in Anaconda. Nobbiest,richest, most taking lines.^Low priced. J. II. I,eyson. Jeweler. ThefMMl shlrl. Butte.June 17.^The coming shirt^for men Is the Coat Shirt. It Is very^convenient. You put it on like your^coat. Nash ^ Co. sell them for 75c. ITnlavBdared,made of New York Mills^muslin, linen bosoms, perfect ntting.^Try one ami you will we ir no other. AwaitOwsley News Company adv. Forthe finest photos, go to the La^RoChC studio, i'| North Main street. tut In Millinery. Forthe next 10 days all millinery less^than cost. Miss M..1.Gilbert, SO W.Park. Ifyou are going cast and wish to visit^tho principal points of interest en routo,^purchase your tickot via tho Union Pa^^cific. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock. Sale la nowon. lieducedrates to Austria, Germany^Sweden and all points m Lairope. Tickets^10 Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadel^^phia and all eastern and Canadian points.^Call at Butte, Anaonda ^ Pacillo pas^^senger depot for rates, maps, etc. Y'ouran buy more goods for 11 at^the closing out sale of Simon Jacobs^^ Co.'s stock of men's wear than you^ever saw for twice the money. Anunknown man dropped dead in^front of Dan Lewis' window Saturday^night. Heart trouble, brought on by^displayed low prices, Is supposed to be^the cause. IDflstsetmimil PRICESLOW ENOUQH TO^CARRY CONVICTION. aoPer Cent. Discount OFFthe price of some patterns of^Moquette Body Brussels and Tapes^^try Carpet i. 20Per Cent. Discount OFFtheprico of 250 pairs Chenille^Portieres. 30Per Cent. Discount OFFtho price of 500 pain Lace Cur^^tains. 30Per Cent. Discount OFFtho price of French Wilton^Moqtictte and Axminstor Kugs. 30Per Cent. Discount OFFtho prion of Volour and Dam^^ask I able Covers. 30Per Cent. Discount (IFFthe price of our stock of Fine^Upholstery and Drapery Silks. 30Per Cent. Discount OFFtho prim of Trunks, Valises^and Hand Bags. Wewill oirer tho GRKATKST BAR^^GAINS that money can buy to all^customers tins month. I3rownficld-CaiityCarpet Co. No.24 WKST PARK STHF.F.T,^Bl'TTK. TI'.I.F.PHOXF. ;s^l. Pipestone Hot Springs Watersunexcallerl for Kheurmtisiii, Dysp^p3ia. Kidnay Troub'.ej^and General Uehility. silica Alumina PrrrkOxide SotliuinSttlpBsBl Soiininillictrl-ouaiu ANALYSIS OK WATl-Ui. ir,iiu^inGrains In 1r. s. Osi11. a, OaL MlSodium Chloride I.BJ 12Caldais Btesrboaaui.jf miMsaaeslusi Blearboaala41 'i isPotassium Bel paste |.H cS9 r,w, rrapaam. ra, i^^ f, a.^Casadab Remodeledand Xowly Furnishii Tliro i.gliout.^First Class. Accommodations' RATES$2.00, $2.50 AND $3.0O PER DAY TelephoneIn on iection witn Hotal I'mnijc enlarged 35x120, 5l|^to 7 feet deep, being one, of the largest in tlie country. CHARLESR. BURKET, Manager. Montana. Rheumatic . Remedy ForSale by All Druggists. DearSir-Five dosctof your Hhoum;itle Crm-^edycurel my rlisussittsin. I can't sneak toe^hlglnv of 11.t1101. Ki.stviir.it. C.irW^ Bank. Kutte. l)er Slr-T * in afflicted with rheumatism for Hires^esrs in mv ^:.so mat ac tunes I was unableto ^aik. ^I was Induced to try root Rheu^^matic Keiiimiy. anS sin happy to state 1 bat one^imttlo cured me permanently. 1 cheerfully ree-^ommeiHl this va oah.e remedy to any one tuf-^forlHS from rheumntUm. l'HAXkK. IlA.KlX. Hutte DearMr Having u^i^d your BheaaMik Cars^w illi *at.*i.v ,ei \ results I cheerti.l v iv ^oiiiniend^it to any ess siilerlng from rtieumutKni or aeu*^rsigla. K i\ Mi Lttna 44 If. Park. Hutte. Torrartfcatari Vidrcss J r. Nl'IRAT, cjre ReadThese Testimonials. DearSir -Serin^ several tesllinonl ds In the^papei^ In rSBsnl to your valuable remedy, I^would like to state for the b^n^tl, of those af*^fsetes ^ith rasniMitisai thai 1 bars nisei every remedysuggested and your-. Is the only one^lli.il ^.is able to help me. liesp -etfu.iy. Tliro.^^ n\viT/rR.^lV^r sir ^ It is with great Naaaare th it I add^^I tesLnionv to Hi^ uieriis of y,mr valuable^Kiieuni.it..- Ressaar. My ass haa bees ufthcted^Willi rlentma Ism and trie I ever.-remedy wlilch^anv and every |^er^o:i sugu-Med. Mter taking^one sottts of you.- Khenmatlc Itemed^ lis hat^he-n entirelv cured. l:' -;^--:f.il.v vours. cm..1 l^. Jaaaa. 411\V. 1.ramie stree;. llntte.^Joyce Baibcr Miop. cot Main Jv Bily. batte StillMore Of Those ApronGinghams Inour New Basement^Salesroom. 8 yards for^25c. For to-day's attrac^^tions we say be prompt. Ineach of these great^seasonable stocks rare new^bargains arc first shown^to-day. MuslinUnderwear iLle.il.and Suit Depjrtni:at) Forconveni-^^3ence sake we 'K' have placed^them on tables^in our cloak de^^partment The^.^garments are^|l I all new and^well made. The prices less^than the muslin alone is^worth. Sale commences^Monday. MuslinCorset Covers, 15c and up.^Muslin Drawers, well made, 35c^and up. Muslindowns, good muslin, $oc,^6.K, j$c, 8gc and up.^Muslin Skirts, 45c and up. Women'sWaists Onsale Mon-^dayandaslong^as they last.^We received^Saturday 25^doz. new de^^sign laundered^collar and cuff^Waists, very^desirable, worth ft, sale^price Monday and until^sold, 65 cents each. Otherstyles new and^prices especially arranged^for this sale. 50doz, Waists at 85c.^Other stores ask and get^$1.25 and $1.50 for no bet^^ter. 25doz, extra quality^^Derby^ Waists at $i,^value Si.50. Wrappers(*^^^^ nomity) Theywent out rapidly^Saturday, but some are^here for Monday's sale;^value Si.25, sale price 75c.^Monday s sale will close^them out. Personal O.K. LEWIS ^ CO. DR.NORCROSS NERVESPECIALIST. PRIVATECHRONIC^AND NERVOUS^TROUBLES, NERVOUSNESSand^WEAKNESSES OlYoung and Middle Ago Men^Troatod Successfully. EYEand EAR Given Special At-^tention. ConsultationFree. OwsleyBl'k. Room* 8 4 9, Butts. TheHan Who^Has Wheels I'nderhis feot; who ri.Ies a Bicycle,^especially the Liuht, Raw 189.) Styles,^has no more rus:y muscles end jaded^nerves; has no wheels in bit head-^On the contrarv. he is briuht, rohint^mnd healthy. We sro agents for nil^the llest MraHsSa such as VICTOR,^COLUMBIA. KAMHLKR. ARIEL.^HAK1 r'ORt) and CRESCENT. ALLKINDS OF SUNDRIES. BUTTECYCLE CO. 47EAST BROADWAY. TELE^^PHONE 38. F. 11. TALBOT. IFTHE YOUNG LADY^WHO WAS SO FAVORA- ABLYSTRUCK WITH^THE TAX SHOES W. H.^WORE ON SUNDAY NIGHT^HAS A BROTHER SHE^CAN GET HIM A FAIR FOR Atthe TimesHave^Changed Theera of inflated valuea haa de^^parted. We buy our goods direct^from the msaufacturera and produc^^ers, which enables us to procure the^best goods at surprisingly low prices.^We quote you a few prices to show^you what wo are doing. EVERYAHTICLE GUARANTEED. Suznrcured ham anil bacon, per lbf it '-'Dili tub fancy croamery butter4 00 1MBtub fauey creamery butter2 IS 14cam siiuur cornl oi Knotbeer extract, per bottle 10 I'urtls-llroi.' Jams, assorted, li lor1 00 Crushed.lava eollee (a nood drink) t^ llx^for1 00 WeMake a Specialty of Teas. Weimport direct from tho producer the^earliest season's pickings, which are al^^ways tho best. AHthe teas quoted by us are tba best^values for the money that can bs obtained. OurPride of Cashmere is a combination^of the very choicest teas, and produces^remarkable results. Owing to Its strength^it goes much farther than ordinary teas,^and we believe, quality considered, ia ths^most economical. Prideof cashmere tea, per Ib| 6i SliverI.- if (a remarkable tea for strength andllavor) i^ r Ib TO Knllsh breakfast tea, per lb 50 KukIUIibreakfast tea, per Ib 25 i.unpuwclertea. pgr lb 5) llunimwdertea. |ier lb J5 Callami ask fur samples. ^vesr-oldI, II. Hlpnv whiskey, per gal 3 01 (laret. lliirgiindy, Siturneand Santa Mon^^ica wlue. per i|t hot 25 Tort,Angelica, Muscat and Tokay wine, |r i|t bot si Mass'Imported pain ale, per do*! 50 Uurke'sunporlel Dublin stoat, doz2 60 ButteCash Grocery Co., Cor.Park and Wyoming streets, Batte;^ilibernla Building, CenterriUe. A.BOOTH, Manager. IFYOU^THINK. Thatit would be a desirable thins^to place in your home a PIANO ^ Tholirst questions that naturally^present themselves are: ,^What make shall 1 got t and where^shall I set it Wocarry throe of tho LEADING^PIANOS STECK KRANICH^ BACH^AND HAZELTON Wegive libcnl tornn. Call and^seo. SmithPiano Co. jjjn. Main St., Butte, Mont. l^corste your home Titers was never a betterlime to do It than now. Select your^t limit tire for I lie occasion from the eletant Maof New Hoods just reolve.l at Chaurtn- fuwHFuraitars Ce*'s Store. New stria rarior^Hoods, bed Koom Suits. Pining toast outfits,^etc. We liavs a .1 n.ec over stufled Parlor suitooivs.'.v en.u \ in-Kant ifarattareOa, t.^es'. Broadway. Hutte. MR.CHARLES MURPHY. Former.y$e\too ot tl.p Catholic Oniotery, an1 MR.HARRY OUGQAN, liavebought an int're^: in the MaaBBM fader-^lakknt Co., aal respsotfans so'.lea a snar- of^IhepsBUs psgreaaae. Corner i'ark and W^o-^m n.-. KBsffnaM j.'t