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THEANACONDA STANDARD, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 30. 1895. B UTTE TnePrlnctpsl Krsnch Offl^-^ of The Staxi^^SBI^ Is at So :\ Vmi BrosUway. butt*. Trio-^phone No. JS*. AilTertlilns r^toi furnUlieJ on^spptlrattee. WEcan Sl'tT YOU^Wliatoror your *li^j^o ^^r t^*te. from our tin-^squalled ^tork of Hummer viltln:t wlneli pre^^sent* evervllnnir JoslfabM tirouulit o.it this^*etM^n The style, qualliy ml workiii*n^hl|^^of our mad Mo-n lei ^uitt dSTirinV.r it^ ill At ^n^are Uie lendlns tsllnrs In thl- part of ttv^ ^iste.^In our haoiU tailoring iiecnmes a tino art.^Lone uo time In ^^|ulpplni Yourtfif completels^for Mm trior while we're nuking up tullf (or^*Si mi. etc THEYWOHTBE GAME ABeaverhead Deputy Performs a^Funny Trick. MARTENNAND OWENS' CASE BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Silver, Smoke^El Capltan General^ cigars. W.F. Sander*, of Helena, la In the^city. O.P. Blaine Is seriously sick at the^Sisters' hospital. Walkingmad- easy. No more tender^feet if you use Soterion. Beatdomestic cigar made^^The Mon^^tana Rose.^ Try one. ChiefJustice Temberton came over^from Helena yesterday. Mm.Train and Mrs. K. M. F1sk are^vl^ltlnir friends In Butte. Derbyribbed underwear, 50 cents per^garment, at Kaufman Bros. MissBlanche Taylor left yesterday^for a three-months' visit in Boston. Springrhkken for Sunday's dinner.^Mikado restaurant. II YV. Granite HI. LouisKaufman returned yesterday^from a two month*' visit in Callfor-^nia. Arrangenmentsare being made to^^tart up the old Original mine once^more. Watchcleaning, $1.50, main springs,^tl. Warranted one year. Mayer, 40 W.^Park. Statecode of mine signal cards for^sale at Standard office, 21 Kast Broail-^way. Adaughter was b^Tn yesterday to the^wife of Denla I,ownoy, if I'.i. I Da^street. TurnVereln tournament at Poluinl.la^gardens, Sunday, June 30. Admission^25 c.-nts. Thesecond annual celebration of 1.,.^O. L., No. 27S, will take place at Deer^Lodge July 12. Mra.P. A. Gamer left yesterday for^Boulder Hot Springs, where she will^spend a few day*. Mr.Boomer, of the firm af Parsons,^Winters ^ Boomer, came In from^Whitehall yesterday. Theannual tournament of the Butte^Turn Verein will take place at the Co^^lumbia gardens to-day. Inmining supplies die beat Is econ^^omy In the long run. Tuttle Manufac^^turing A Supply company. Trousersfor gentlemen In seasonable^material. S3.50; these pants are extraor^^dinary values. Kaufman Bros. NesbittSisters, 15 West Granite, have^the finest dining parlor In the city.^Every dellctcy In season. Largeststock of mining supplies and^lowest prices at Tuttle Manufacturing^^ Supply company's Getour figures on mining supplies.^We mean business. Tuule Manufact^^uring ^ Supply company. SeeCans ^ Kelln s north window;^400 boya' suits, all ages. $;:.50; examine^them. Must be sold by July 4th. MissDora tiornib y will s|k n,| her va^^cation with bar friend, Mra sprung, at^her delightful home In .Minn, ipolls. AMil w..s bo.'ii 'I'm: tie wile ofA. D. Olio ion. the lata lite chief,^who was killed iii the powder ^ v ^^ I ^n^last Jann try. Therewill be no qui stinn as t i where^you will buy If you one- Beenra our^figures on hoists, boilers and mining^supplies. Tuitle Manufacturing ^ Sup^^ply company W.E. Leonard, a laborer employed^on the Pami ditch at Whitehall, was^arreted vest, rday : ^r raising a }|^time check to }il and passing It on^Saloonkeeper K. v. Commencingon Saturday the Great^Northern will sell return tickets to^Hcle- a and Boulder every geturday^for one fare. Tickets will be good te^return on Monday. ForSale^Tlir. . -run I 11 1 brick. X.^Main, by Gam. r. 1 tYeal Bl imdwaj Vlavl,still the loadlnc ine.ly f..p^all suffering women. OMce II New^Owsley. Mrs. J. Acnteon, wawegir Inthe police eotaii yesterday R . ;^Caddy was sent tip for hegging Money^and Dick McComlek for being drunk^and asleep. Kilr.iin for being drunk^and fighting In the Atlaatl ^.- irtk n CommencingSunday, June :';!, the^Northern Pacific will ramie special^Sunday excursun train to Pij . stone,^Whitehall and Sacrie s ranch. The^train will leave the Northern i'aclflo^depot at 'j a. m., returning, leave^Sacrie's ranch about 6 p. m.. arriving^at Butte at ^ p. m. Round trip rate tj^Pipestone. II; Sacrie s ranch. I:'. Soterion.the great American foot^remedy, a sure and speedy erne for^sore feet, bunions, lallouses. Ingrowing^nails, chilblains, frost bites, excessive^sweating and all soreness ^.f the feet,^cured without pain Hundreds of peo^^ple hav^ reduced the :iize of their f.-et^by using Soterion. Why not yon^ Hun^^dreds of psopea have !^^ ^ ri cured of ten^^der feet by using Soterion. Why not^yiu^ Hundreds of people hai. been^^ured of cold feet, enlarged Joints and^rxraplring feet. Why re t you'.' Entriesfor the contests at Columbia^gardens next Sunday can be made to^W. H. Lewis. MeII...,. Somethingnew in belts and blouse sets^from II to almost any price Call and^see them. It will pay you. J. H. Ley-^son. AfterJudge McHatton Dischargee^tho Prisoners They Are Forced^Into a Hack and Driven^Hurriedly Away. Butle.June 23-There was a thrilling^contest beCWeefl right and might at the^court house this morning which ended^in the temporary victory ^^f might. In^compliance with an order of the su^^preme court Issued by Chief Jusrlce^Penib. i t .n. She: iff Hamilton of Bea^^verhead BOMty brought J. H Martenn^slid W illiam OWBM before Judge Mc^^Hatton for a hearing on a writ of^habfas corpus. Sheriff Hamilton did^not appear himself. Inn his under sher^^iff. Thomas R Militancy, a man with a^pipeful of vlciottl whiskers on his chin,^was N hand with the prisoners and^accompanied by Sheriff Miller of l^mhl^county, Idaho, who looked like his^twin brother. Mtillanev made a re^^turn on the writ but did not attempt^to explain by what authority he held^the prisoners. Judge McHatton or^^dered the statute to be compiled with^and the facts set out In full Mullaney,^through his attorney, J, s. Shropshire.^He n added to his return and set forth^that he held the prisoners on a tele-^phono gMgaage from the Seventeen^Mile ranch In Idaho, and that he had^no further warrant for their arrest or detentionKm met Callahan, who ap^^peared as counsel for the men, stated^to the court thai Martenn and Owens^were arrested las-t Sunday and had^been In Jail In Dillon ever since with^^out a warrant, complaint or any other^process of law; that the sheriff had^taken from them their means and bru^^tally exercised his power to throw ev^^ery obstacle In their way In their ef^^forts to obtain Justice. Mr. Callahan^said that at his own expense he went^to Helena and laid the matter before^the supreUM court. He asked that on^the showing made the defendants be^discharged from custody. Mr. Shrop^^shire nulled that there were some^procllirgs In progress against the de^^fendants nnil that a n cpillltlon was^expected from the governor soon. JudgeMcHatton cut the hearing very^sh .rt and said It was plain that Sheriff^Hamilton had no authority to arrest^and detain the prisoners any length of^time and the men were therefore or^^dered discharged. The Judge further^ordered the costs to he taxed up to^Sheriff Hamilton. He said that here^^tofore such costs had been charged to^the county, but under a decision of the^suppmuirt the respondent, If de^^cided against, was responsible for the^01 Ate, Mullanev.of the whiskers, could not^disguise lils anger, but Sheriff Miller^borrowed a chew of tobacco from one^of the prisoners Marletinand Owens left the court^room with their attorney, and when^they got down Into the corridor Mul^^laney walked up to Mr. Callahan and^made two vicious swipes at him. but^failed lo leach him. He was livid with^rage. The two men then started to^I, ive the court house, but they had^not gone far when Mullaney bunded a^pretended warrant to Deputy Sheriff matkluf,,rnrresg of the two men onthe same charge on which Judge^McHatton had Just ordered their dis^^charge. The warrant was alleged to^have been signed by Sheriff Hamilton^mid to have been Issued at Dillon.^Kl'lerkln arrested the men and Colonel^Calalhan advised tlnin to resist, but^they did not. Kldeikln turned the^prisoners over to the officer with the^whiskers, who clapped handcuffs on^them and rushed them Into a carriage,^which was in waiting, and, with the^Idaho sheriff, drove away in hot haste^for Hcavorhoiid county. The kidnap^^ping was so quickly done that Colonel^Callahan was taken by surprise. After^the olllcers and their men had dlsap-^pearrd the attorney went down town^and had a warrant Issued for Mullaney^charging him with assault, but It Is^probable lhat he got safe beyond the^c. unty line with his prisoners, who^will probably be rushed over Into^Idaho in the same manner and In de^^fiance of the supremo and district^courts. Thefacts of the charges against Martennaad Ourean, so far as could beIsoraed, are that they were coming^Horn Lemhi to Hutle on foot, being a^cotipl. of pros pec torn Near the Seven-^teel Mile ranch tin y picked up several^horses and rode them a few miles and^then turned them back again, for^wnlch they were charged with horse^stealing They are afraid lhat If taken^l ock to Idaho they would receive very^si nnt Justice JiooFalCM wheel, gold pl.c.ed cranks. Hi,H. J. Mum, Jamkikm. Thatmoans that your watch must he^repall d b) a mechanic That la our^spei laity. M West Park. |.-. ladles' wheel for 140. H. J Itlume, Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Pinion Jacobs ^ Co. a stock. Sale is newon. IBSJSUh of .Inly Kales. ThoMontana 1'nlon will run traim^betweea Bntte and Anaconda on July^^Yntrth on. the following schedule LeaveButte at IJI a. m . tu:30 a. m..^i o'clock p m . o o'clock p m 1.e ,. Anaconda !^ o'clock a. m . 2.20^!^. in . II M p in A round trip rale of^fl Iii both directions will be made on^that date. Miwheel for Jla 11 J. Mamm a pair of ^Dutchess Trousers^ for^il.. Fl sal lib You can Jump, wrestle or^run and they won't rip Tea can buy^ih.-m from II Tl to 14 per pair. Bouch^^er, the Park street clothier. KnlIre. Stma will ho .pen until 9 o'clock p.^m . until July 1^Clerks Assembly^m. next Tuesday Listyour houses with ilamers' rent^collection agency. 1 West Broadway Forbargains in real estate go to^Gamer. 1 W^ st Htoadway 1*1wheel, tr, H J. Illume. TheSt. Peter and Paul society of^Batti will hold their annual picnic at^Anaconda Park Sunday. June 30th.^They bare arranged with the Butte,^Anaconda ^ Pacific for special trains,^leaving Kutte at ^ a. m. 10:45 a. m.^and p m.; re-turning trains will leave^Anaconda. !t a. m . 3 p. m. and 11 p. m.^Fare for round trip. 11.00. Wehave Just nine bicycles left and^will sell th. in at actatl c 'St. making^our If) wheel l^ Wt m. an business.^Call and be conviiK-jd. U, J. iii |io^\ Regularmeeting^No. 5,924. at ^:10 Anlntere^llns Interview. Butte,June 29--Mr. R Koenne. the^well-known furrier of this city, h~^^recently retaraed from his annual trip^to New York and London, and a Stand^^ard representative catted to see what^of Interest culd be elicited from him.^Mr. Koenne has spent his whole busi^^ness life anil devotes his enure hue^and capital to the fur trade, and It Is^a most Interesting thing to hear him^tell and have him show one the faete^connected with this great Industry,^which Is really so little understood by^most of us. it was evident fr un the^start that Mr. Koenne was thoroughly converseniwith his subject in Its ev^^ery detail, from th. oaptup ,,f the an^^imal all throiinh the many pro, , - :^of curing, tanning, assorting end Wet^^ting the skins and manufacturing litem Intothe enqulstte garatenti which ate^so much enjoyed by ladles and gen*^tlemen every w here. Mr, Koenne o ils^us he finds nothing lee goad for his^customers here, ami that his stock ooa-^tains the best selections from all the^desirable varieties of fun 11 ion ever}^known land, and that h s stock anil'^not he duplicated this sib ,,] New^York, which speaks well lor his en^^terprise and the last, and pruaperlty^of our Montana people, Thelarge store and basement, 20fi V^Main St.. Is literally picked with fur^goods In every state of manufacture, !as well as many tine garmi nts finished Iand ready for sale. Hundredsof the finest seal skins,^Just as they come from the tanner !and dyer, and elegant rugs from rare Ianimals, are features of this great^stock. Mr.Koenne has won an enviable rep^^utation In this community for skill and^reliability In all that pertains to the^manufacture and sale of fur goods, and^In a trade where It Is so easy to iirao-^tlce deception it Is a great satisfaction^to deal with one In whom our confi^^dence will nol he misplaced. WorthKnowing.^Butte. June 29.--How little we know^of the real character of what we eat^and drink said one of Battel tan, M^caterers to a Standard representative^a few days ago. The anxiety to sell^cheap Induces many to use the lowest^priced materials In many articles. Now^In few things Is this practice more com^^mon than In the manufacture of Ice^cream and soda water. Either of these^iffreshlng articles ap^ wholesome and^very much enjoyed by nearly every^one If really good, but poMtlVety In^^jurious and sickening when made from^the poor, cheap stuff which so fre^^quently finds its way Into these prod^^uct*. Ire cream can only lie made first-^class fnim goisl rich cream, sugar and |flavoring, all of which costs money,^hut the product Is a food ^lit for the^Gods ^ Soda water may be a more^slash, unlit to go Into any stomach, or^It may be a perfect ^nectar,^ hut can^only be the latter when the Ingredi^^ents are right and the fountain charged iproperly. Mrs.C. Nledenhofen. of this city, has Ilong tnjoyed the reputation of handling^only the best of everything and the Ice^cream and soda sold at her store can^safely he relied upon as being the very^best whlc i can he produced. Hermany customers know this, but^to those who have not tented the excel^^lence of her go.ids, we say, call and do^so at om-e und you will reallr.e the dif^^ference between a prime article and^the so.called cheap cream or soda. AfterVI .in ti,n,. Butte,June 211 The I hennoineter^has registered decidedly warm weather^In the last few days In this city, really^the first warm west her we hav e had^this season. Such weather Is produc^^tive of that tired, thirsty feeling so^well known to most people. Such a^condition, with city water of doubtful^quality, would certainly be very trying^were it not for that excellent beverage.^Centennial Heer, which we all know^to bo made from only the best of mate^^rials and by the latest improved meth^^od*. The Centennial BreWtag Co, have^spent a large amount of money during^the last year In converting their plant^Into a model of modern perfection, and^while there are larger plants In the^Kast, none are more fully equipped for^the work of beer making than this one;^then the Centennial product Is fresh^from the great vaults of this home in^^stitution every day. Instead of having^to he shipped thousands of miles to^this market. Drinkonly Centennial Peer. B, A g r. Kourlh of .Inly Time Hehrdulr. Theunited Irish societies of Hutte^snd Anaconda will hold their annual^picnic at Anaconda park. Anaconda,^Thursday. July 4. Arrangements have^been made with the Hutle, Anaconda^A Pacific railway to run trains as fol^^lows: LeaveHutte-0 n. m . 11 a. m.. 1 ^0 p,m. 5 p. m , s.eit p. m., 1:^^0 a. in.^July 5 LeaveAnaconda^9 a m . 12 noon.^3 15 p. m . ' p in . 12 midnight. Thetrain leaving Hutte at 9 a. m.^will leave the hill yard. North Wyo^^ming street, till other trains will arrive^ar.fl depart from the Itulti . Anaconda^A Pacific depot. Farefor round trip. II, Including ad^^mission to the park. Coming-Mark Tvv iln Cigars. John^Caplice ^ 00.1 Montana agents. Inl ^^, A ppreri it Agood remedy and thero M not ggg^thing on the market that equal* t'reucri^Tsmy Tsblets lor ttio re.ief mid cure of^psinlul or irregular incuses. 1'tiegu tab^^lets remove all obstructions, no matter^^ hat thoeaiiie. Manufactured by A. An-^cemlre. Tans, France, and for sale only^by 1^. M Newbro Drag ' o., Hutte, Mom.,^sole agents. Pries 12 per box; torn by^mall necurely Healed. Musicby City band at Columbia gar^^den* Sunday. June M, Admission .',^,^cents. lluOSteam* wheel. }7,^i. 11. J. Hluui lhefinest hue of clothing in uiecitv^sill be sold at an awful sacrifice at the^closing out sale of Simon Jacobs A- Co's.^stock, TheTroy Meg Laundry has now re-^opvned In the Interest of the employes.^J. H. Free, proprietor. Comlns,-Mark Twain Cigars John^Caplice it Co., Montana agents. Fiftycents will buy a good laundered^white thirl at the sale of the Jacobs^eteck. Percaleshirts, two collars and eulTs, go^for 75c; neckwear starts at 15 e| suspend-^ere Start at lac, at tlio closing out sale o[^Simon Jacobs A- Co's. store. AwaitOwsley News Company adv. ComingMark Twain Cigars. John^Caplice ^ Co. M 'u'.ana agents. Russetshoes. Lots of them. Dan^Lewis stock. TheVfsynr Imllgnsnl. Hutte,June 29. -The verdict of the^Jury In Justice Almon's court Isst even- lagdeclarlag that J. R i Irtee was right^In .-Inl Ling Officer Baldlsero caus.-d^much Indignation among the city offi^^cial* and policemen to-day. Mayor^Thompson *ald that policemen acting^for the city would lie props ted and he^Would see to It. He declared that never^again would a policeman bo clubbed. Tie , itiaea would i^o oiabbebd th. aral timeIf anything of the kind aapgl gad^He expressed much disgust at the ver^^dict. Shortl ine \galn.^Still continues to haul choice family^coal. Sold only by Hutle ceal Of Coming-MarkTwain Cigars. John^Caplice ^ Co . Montana agent*. |)Mboy s wheel, IJi. H. J. Blume. Spiritbridge at Columbia gardens. Your Attention Shouldnow b^ especially directed^to our Low Prices and compre-^hon'itvo txhibition ol new and^attractive designs in Carpetsand^House Furnishings. Floorstake up too mucn space to^be neglected. WeInvite You Tocome and look over our stock^it will be Interesting because you^see so much you can't find else^^where in this line. ThingsAre Said^on the Quiet Bycustomers that we rather like.^They Fay among themselves that^our stock is the choicest, our^rjuality superior, and pneos lower^than they have bsen paying. WeLike That Apleased customer Is the bsstad- vertideme-ntwo can have. BROWNFIELDCANTY CARPET Co NO.24 Wan Tar* St.. Butte. Tel. SU ^^^^^I BikersBikers aa^ v aa^a^a :; aa^a^^^a^ ComfortIn Bicycling^In be ca t by catling^at Butle CyrM Com^^pany. No. 47 Kant^Broadway and gaV^ting a stick of graphite, scnl to .my^adareie upon receipt of 2yc In stamp,. MJITcCYC LB CO., Xo47 Kait llioadwav. Telephone M-^1. II falDott. PORCATARRH NotIre. NoticeIs hereby given that the part-^j nershlp lately sustained between Kred^I., tlrandey and Patrick W. Murray of I^the city of Itutte, Mont., un b r the^firm name of Crandey Muriay. was^dissolved on the .^Mh day of June. MM,^by mutual consent. All debt* owing to j the id partnership are lo be received i^by sai l Patrice W. Murray and all^ib niands on the said partnership are^to be presented lo him for payment.^Dated this Mb day of Juiv, A. U. ik:.. (Signed) ritBDL GRAMMY,^p W. MURRAY. Standard Sewing Machine! are the^best. Fred Orton's, 111 Hamilton St. One improved wheel, HO. 11. J. Blume. (lit In Millinery. Forthe next 10 days all millinery less^than cost. Miss M.J.Gilbert. 80 W.Park. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ai Co 's stuck. Sale la nowun. Karl^ Wilson's K. * W, collars goat^two for liSc, Ciuott Coon * (^o.'s celebrated^collars three for -jo, The well-known^^'Monarch^ dress shirts for $1 at the clos^^ing out sale of Simon Jacobs At o. stock. Surpriseyourself by seeing what a^little cash will buy at the closing out^sale of Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock of men'swear. Honey,honey, honey, homemade bread,^fresh ranch eggs and creamery butter at theSouthern hotol. Meals \S^ conn. tlnnhlghgradeladles' wheel, gold pla^^ted cranks, for 175. H. J. Illume. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^S'mon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock. Sale Is^now un. Goodclothing can be bought as low^as }ii '.in suit at the closing out sale of^titinon Jacobs it Co.'s stock. DruggistsSell It. IIMM *I ..a-, j-. r^V _ _ of unusual retailing commences at^I III VW Ua\S Lur ,tor8 T^ M.orrow. Plenty ol^J salu people to wait on you. More^thin ever. PREPAKL FOK THE FOURTH. Ai.real sals of^lteadj -made Dress^es commences, here ifes com indices here }\To Marrow, liiu^^J Urattaal yet, Worn- MawSiyle^Duck ^un^ at, t*^,^*^J..^0 $U0. ^I0 .^Women's ('loth^Muts at j^T5i ^10,^^llM, Um^i have^been 810, $15, gl^. SeparateSkirt Sale. Toreduce the stock.^SeparateSkirts nndfancy^VVaists all the rage. VVe^offer 25 all wool Serge^Skirts have been $4 to^close $2.50. Other styles^in cloth at $6. $8.00.^Three black Satin Skirts^have been $15, going; at^$10. WAISTSALE^Commences To-florrow. Saleof Silk Mitts. 30dozen extra quality^Black Silk Mitts 25c a^pair, real value 35c.^Women's and Children's^Cotton Lisle and Silk^Gloves, 25c, 35c, 50c. Men'sFurnishings SEEWINDOW. Neckwear25c, 35c, 50c.^Sox i2#c, 20c, 25c.^Underwear 35c, 5oc, 75c. Women'sPercale^Waists at lac,^value 50c.^W omen's^Waists at^value $1.^Women's shirt at^7^c value 81^W o m e n's L^Waists in,nl^^l.awn, Btaflk^lllue stripes,^vaitie, 81..')().^W o m en's^Waists at ,. .^i 11 11 u in | r a blo^^ty.es. value 81.75.^Women's Shirt.^Waists tit 11.14^va tie MOO 2itltf-^lorent styles. Shirt tide. shirtof^and^SI, Shirt BOYS'WAISTS Salecommences^Monday Prices23c, 35c^ioc, Mat Mother'sFriend^Waists t^)c, 75c. Hoc APERFECT WAIST^1NFITMAKE^FINISH. Children'sReady Hade Dresses FORTHE FOUHTII. Specialprices commenc^^ing; to-morrow. Ch i 1 dren's^d r e s s e s,^ages 2 to 4^25c. Dresses^4 to 14 years^50c. Dresses^at $1, $1.50,^$2, $2 75 and^U p w a r ds, justthe thing for the^children for the Fourth,^and prices less than the^material is worth alone.^Parasols and Umbrellas^FOK THE POUKTK Specialmark down sale^Children's Parasols 35c^and up. CarriageParasols, all^prices. Fteand Flagging for^the Fourth. Pricesthe Lowest. RIBBONS RIBBONSALE. Ribbonsfor the fourth.^Ribbons for the foot^ball game. Ribbonsat reduced^prices. 0.K. LEWIS ^ Co. FreelFree! Free! Givenaway with every^pair of Child's Shoos ONEBUNCH OF PI Pipestone Hot Springs Watersunexcelled for RheumUism, Dysp.'psii Kidney Troubles^and tieaersl Deeility. 8IH0S Alumina PrrrMOvlds 11S11 uoiite .... . n Bl. Jtt musis ANAI.yh13ok KATWL ^r.iln^Inr.rsim In l^.0el1U. a. Oat. , ... MlSodium I'hlorldsi ^ MCsjeaua gteirtsaaie....1.1/7 isMn.'tn-siuui Bicarbonate41 ^'. l.1*i\i. ,.e an Sulphate ;i ^i j^r. W, fn^enasa, Ph. i^^ r. ti. s. Caeeetat, Kemoileledand Xowly Furnished Throughout.^First Class Accommiadationj RATES$2.00. $2.50 AND $3.00 PER DAY Telephonein can lection with lint ^i P.tinge oalar^e I 35x12). 5',^to 7 Uot deep, beiti^ one .^l thf l.irjres: in the country. CHARLESR. BURKET. Manager. DR.NORCROSS NERVESPECIALIST. PRIVATECHRONIC^AND NERVOUS^TROUBLES, NERVOUSNESSand^WEAKNESSES OfYoung and Middle Age Men TreatedSuccessfully.^EYE and EAR Oiven Spscial At^^tention. ConsultationFree. ShosSale 31WEST PARK STREET. (SecondShos Store from Main St)^Russet'. Shoes are Cheap.^FIRECRACKERS Saturday,Monday,^Tuesday, Wednesday. LADDER Isnot Needed to Reach OUR^PRICES. OURPRICES stand upon the^pedestal of their own individ^^uality and shout defiance to all^competitors. 14cans domestic sardines, with the thekeys11.00 10cans Imported Sardines, with the keys 1.00 10cans potted Tongue 1.00 8cans Salmon 1.00 14cans sugar corn 1.00 30bars laundry soap 1.00 3packages of (lolrl Oust50 25pound sack Rolled Oats75 10-poundpalls of assorted Jams.. 1.25 Freshbutter in 60-pound tubs14 FancyCreamery flutter In 20-lb tubs20 FancyCreamery Itutter In 10-lb tubstl FancyCreamery Butter In 5-lb tubs22 T.B. Ripley Whiskey, qt. bottles .75^Old Pepper Whiskey, qt. bottles.. 1.00^Ben Hur Whiskey, qt. bottles.... 1.00^Hermitage Whiskey, qt. bottles.. 1.00 ThreeStar Brandy, qt. bottles1.00 Port,Sherry, Angelica and Muscat, wine,per quart33 Claret,Burgundy, Santa Monica andSaturne wine, per quart25 Bassimported I'ale Ale, per doi.. 2.50 BurkeDublin Stout, per doz 2.50 GenuineHolland Gin, quarts75 SMOKINGTOBACCO. BullDurham Tobacco, per lb50 LimeKiln Club Tobacco, per lb.. .50 DixieQueen, plug cut. per lb45 400plug cut, per lbCO ButteCash Grocery Co., Cor.Parle and Wyoming streets, Butte;^Hibarnla BoUdlns, CenterTUle. A.BOOTH, Manager. IFYOU^THINK. ThatIt would be a desirable thing^to plaee in your home a PIANO ^ Thefirst questions that naturally^present themselves are:^What make shall I get 7 snd where^shell I get it Wecarry three of the LEADING;^PIANOS STECK KRANICH^ BACH^AND HAZELTON Wegiro liberal terms. Call and^see. OwsleyBTic. Kosmi a i 9, Butts. SmithPiano Co. fggN. At tin St.. Hutte. Mont. CarFolding^Beds $18to $40 200odd Parlor Chairs^worth 37.50 at hilf price. Comequick if you want^them at Chauvin-FantFurniture Co. 4 W. Broadway^tiutte, Mont. ^^fxS^^*^^^s^^ii!^^^S^^)*^^! Trya Want Ad in^THE STANDARD.