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THEANACONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1. 1895.
B UTTE ThePrincipal Branch office of Tits staxo-^ABD to St No ! Fjui Rroxtvay. KuU*. Tele^^phone No. at. a .^^^!!:^ raiet furalihetl on^application. WE BAM WOtl Yor^Whatcrer your ihai^ ot t^^le. frnm our un-^^MUalleil xlock of Mimmcr tulllnr* wlilcli i^ri--^arntt evervthinir OeMrabiP brought o it tills^imiod The^tvle qu^lu\ unl workman* hip^of our miilMo-onlar ^uit* iieni^n*tr ito that ^^^m the .p ,.i lie tailor* in Into pan if th^ MM*.^In our Imu.ls Uilnrlni Itoioin a fim- art.^Lose no time Ineqiilppinii vourte.l compi'IMv^fortuamer while we re m ... n; up ^iilt^ fo:^iw.m. etc. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Silver.Ml Smoke^El Capltan General-' clftara. Beatdomestic clitar made^'The Mon^^tana Rom.^ Try one. Forbargains In real estate no to^Gamer. 1 West Br a hv iv Derbyribbed underwear, 50 cents per^garment, at Kaufman Bros. Lintyour house* with ^!amen^' rent^collec tion agency. 1 Waal ISr.'.tilway LouisKaufman returned yesterday^from a two months' visit In Califor^^nia. Watchcleaning, tl 60; main springs,^tl. Warranted one year. Mayer. 40 W.^Park. Statecode of mine signal card* for^^ale at Standard office, 21 East Broad^^way. KdBerube. I^ouls Mi.ntrlenll and A^Pols went on a flshlns trip last Wed^^nesday. Mrs.Fred Orion has gone to Balti^^more, where she will visit for several^months. Thebody of B. II. Haskins was^shipped to Missoula yesterday morning^for burial. WillDixon returned yesterday from^hit first year at Georgetown eollege,^Washington. D. C. Inmining supplies the best Is econ^^omy In the long run. Tuttle Manufac^^turing A Supply company. Trousersfor gentlemen In seasonable^material, $3.50: these pants atv extraor^^dinary values. Kaufman Bros. NeablttSlaters, 16 West Granite, have^the finest dining parlor In the city.^Every delicacy In season. Largeststock of mining supplies and^lowest prices at Tuttle Manufacturing^^ Supply company's. Getour figures on mining supplies.^We mean burlness. Tuttle Manufact^^uring * Supply company. BeeGana ^ Kelln's north window:^400 boys' suits, all ages, $-.50; examine^them. Must be sold by July 4th. MissAnnie IHgnan of Whit. hull, and^Mrs. John Dlgnun of Salt Lake, wer^^the guests last w.ik of Miss Mae Kel^^logg. Mrs.John Nichols of West Woolman^street, and Mrs. Sam Shone and thn^^children will leave for England OB^July K. Therewill be no question as to where^you will buy If you once secure our^figures on hoists, boilers and mining^supplies. Tuttle Manufacturing tt Sup^^ply company SolBlume. an old-tlBM clothing and^dry goods merchant of Iieadwood, Is^In the city and is being intirttlind^by some of his fri^ nds of the Hl.i. k^Hills excitement. Commencingon Saturday the Oreat^Northern will sell return tickets to^Hele- a and Boulder every Saturday^for one fare. Tlcketa will be good to^return on Monday. ForSale^Thn .-room s dld brick. N.^Main, by Gamer. 1 West Hroadway. Vlavi.still the hading remedy for^all suffering women, office :^2 New^Owsley. Mrs. J. Achlson. manager. VnltedStatm Marshal McDerniotl,^while making a ^ rip to Wajkerrtlle ^^few days ago In company with Henry^Nlekle, the well-known butcher, ar^^rested a man on the car who. in an ar^^gument, struck Nlekle, The elsafEi^preferred *^y the marshal was ^defac^^ing Vnlted States coin. NlcholaaBoberts. aged ^9. died yes^^terday from pneumonia at hi^ home,^No. 4!^ West Quartz Street. The^funeral will take place from the resi^^dence at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon^and will proceed to the Salvation army^barracks in West Granite street, where^services will b^ conducted. CommencingSunday, June 23. the^Northe-n Pacific will resume special^Sunday excursion train to Pipestone,^Whitehall and Sacrles ranch. The^train will leave the Northern Paclfli:^depot at ^ a. m., returning, leave^Sacrle's ranch about ^ p. m.. arriving^at Butte at S p m Ruund trip rate to^Pipestone. $1; Sacrle s ranch. 12. TD. Hiind is In the eity from White^^hall. He states that work on the^Northern Pacific branch line from^Whit^hal to th.- site e| th,. new Parrot^smHter will he mmm, n.-.-d this week^and that the road will be completed in^about a month. Work oa the big ditch^Is progressing as rapidly as posible^and it will be completed early this ProfesaorMarino states that hi* or^^chestra did not refuse to play at the^second ^Queen Kmh. ^ pcrforman^.^He and three other members of the or^^chestra were perfectly willing la fur.^nish the music, even thouxh there was^not money enough In the house t,, ,,ay^expenses, but the violinist refused to^go on until his pay was guaranteed^Professor Marino was greatly am f ^ ^^over the affair and the violinist is no^longer a member of his orchestra. The^professor also states that the ,,p..r:1^house management wait In no way ti,^blame in the matter, as the house was^leased to the performers. Wehave Just nine ste/ciss left and^Will sell them at a^ tual cost, making^our $75 wheel $50. We mean business.^Call and be convinced. 11. J. Blume. aftermmm GamblingHouses Wear a Decided^Sober Look. FROMCRADL.-: TO THE GRAVE GeorgeW. Newklrk Witnessed the^Birth and Death of Public Faro^In Butte-Where the Gam^^Was First Played. Rutte.June 30^ To-day. for the first^time in years, it was possible to walk^up from Park to Broadway on the west^side of Main without passing through^a cr.'vvd. The sidewalk In front of the^gambling houses were comparatively^deserted. Scarcely a soul was in the^Avalon. and there was no stir In the^Combination, although a few were at^the bar all day. It looked Indeed as^though gambling were a thing of the^past. Thelast bet at one of the tables of^the Combination on the last deal was^a question as to whether the ^king^^should win or loose. The king lost and^King Faro was knock'-d out at t.he^same time. GeorgeW, New kirk. who. wllh James^A T.ilhott. opened the first game in^Butte, saw the game die at midnight^last night, and was probably the only^man w ho saw both the opening and the^closing of the game In Butte. Itwas on the present site nf the^Avalon,^ said Judge N'. wkirk to-day.^^There was a board shack there which^I put up mvself in 1K7.Y It w_i* 25 by^50 feet. We ran fur ,i while rrliiout^gambling^ and 1 think it was early In^the summer of W6 that Talbott and^1 opened the first faro game In Butte.^Talbott Is a millionaire now and I am^not Itwas at the same time that John^Maguire began his career as a^theatrical man In Butte. He played^one night In Butte Before, hut his sec^^ond engagement was In our place. He^charged $1.50 for seats and $1 for stand^^ing mom. The seats consisted of^board;; laid on nail kegs. The place^was crowded to suffocation. We^charged John nothing except for the^boards and k.us It was a, one-man^show and a gI one. I don't remem^^ber, however, whether it was comedy^or tragedy, or what the play was.^Hank Young played the fiddle and Sl-^m .n ll iuswirth the cornet. I also^rented the place often lo the Good^Templars. vvlw hail a singing school^there, and there was also a dancing^school which met once In a while. I^let them have It rent free whenever^they wanted it. There were only a^few hundred people In Butte at that^time. 1 lived in Butte when there ^'^re^only M people In It. That was back Ir.^NM There were aboil 400 peoplt^there in I tit, when gambling opened. Iremember that the fireelan bend^was In fashion In IITI, when Maguire^first olaved In our house, and he did^ridicule It In admirable style. He^made a great hit with his imitations. Ihave played many thousands of^dollars over the faro table. Ike More^^house made a gl-eised fortune nut ofwhat I played in his house It is all I^over now. and I couldn't resist get^^ting over to see the death last night.'' WEIGHTS AND ENTRIES. AtNheepshead liar To-Day sals of Hag-^gln Mock. Butte.June :io -Following are the en^^tries and weights for to-morrow's rac^^ing at Shecpshead Bay: Firstrace. Futurity course^Wern-^b.rg. 115, Lucky l^og. Itli Kil Kear^^ney, 108; Dungaunop. 1cii^; Tarlc. 108;^Chattanooga. K^7; Lustre. 105; Har^^rington, 105; Stonnellle. IN; I^^la, 101;^Owlet. Mil Hanawell, Mi McKee, M;^Lady I^i.im^^nd. !^4; Secondrace, handicap, mile and^three-sixteenths^Kamapo. 125; Patri^^cian. 114; Dally America. Ill; Santi^^ago, lit'; Bathampton. 105; Counter^Tenor, mi; Song and Dance. 100, Crom^^well. 1^hi, Rosedale. P2; Miss Dixie 85. Thirdrace, June stakes. Futurity^cmife Handselling. 12*; Axiom, 118; Ramtso,lis; Deteoronado, Uti La. vlente.115; Applegate. 1^; Wlshitrd,^II... Isanar, 115.., ,. Fourthrace, selling mile^ Pea. cms^k. r. I^'.'. Song and Danace, 107; Love-^lale, It*; Sandowm. lei; Doggvtt.^lot; Lisa, 104: Prig. Itl; Arapahis..^Mtj Captain T. 99; Certainty. 99;^Arab. '.I'^.. Halt.m. 94. Fifthrace. live and half furlongs^Bon Amle. 110; Sir Peter S. , ..nd. 110, Buccaneer,IM; Defender, no, siK-^Bjorn See..nd. |i^7. Qlsmonde, 107, Fal^^len Water, Iff; Lavienta, |i^7; Tender- 1^ness. in^. Horace Davis, 107; Volley,^itvr. sixthrace, mile oa turf -Intensity,^122; Adelliert.lt!'. Salvation, 117; 8a-|^lOBtea, 117; Paladin. 117; Deerrlayer, 117. Cloudy, slow Thellaggin BatBi^from the Rancho del Paso stpd of J fromlie rancho Del Paso stud of J.^It Hagln was concluded at Sheep#head^Bay last Wednesday Matt Byrnes,^who probably bought for Man. us Duly,^was again the largest purchaser, al^^though Burns Bad Waterhouse and W^H. Hoban. of San Francisco, continued^to pick up good-hHiking ones. Sum^^mary ! Havcoll, M.ixlm-Schooigli 1. Sensa^^tion stable. $525. chestnut filly. Salvator-Sentlment,^Bush Smith. $450. Baycolt. Ben Ali-Shastar, Burns A^Waterhouse. $500. Hayfilly. Salvator-Sleepy, J. P.^Dawes. $275. ChestnutUly. Midlothian-Snowdrop.^Matit Byrnes. $275. chestnutfilly. Salvator-Soiodont.^Sensation stable. $225. BroWBMll^. Mr Mmlred-Stella. J. P.^Dawes, HM Baycolt, Maxlm-Touehe Pas, J. Mar-^key. 1,'ilSI Bavtilly. Maxim-Trade Dollar, W. 8. Hobait.$1,200. Chestnutcolt. Sir Modred-Trcllls,^John McCarron. $S5 lUiycolt, Fresno-Trophy. C. Little-^field, $150. Bayfilly. Sir Modred-Tulare, C. T.^Recws. MM Bayfilly. Tyrant-Turquoise, Matt^Byrnes. $1W. Havfillv. Maxim-Tyranny. Burns A^Waterhoure. $1.^00 BroWBcolt. Maxim-Venture, Matt^Byrnes. $1.00n Bayen. Dnrente-Vital, R. K. Pltt-^man. $250. Chestnutfilly. FltzJames-.Mottle, O.^W. Mener, $150 Hnwn filly. All-Naiad, oneck sta^^ble. $175. Baycolt, Maxim-.Napa. Oneck stable,^$650. BayColt, I Li rehln-.N'ehushta. C. Llt-^tlefleld. 15 Baycolt. Maxim-N^daway. Matt^Byrnes. $5^^'. Baycolt. Fltzjames-Nonagr, Matt^Byrnes. $300. Chestnutcolt, Sah amr-Oran, Oneck^stable, $700. Browncolt. Sir Mod red-Pandora, J.^I' Im aes. $.;... H.ijcolt, Maxim I'arih. iiia, Hums ft^Waterhouse, $2,000. Hayfilly. Salvator-Playthlng, T.^Hitchcock. $600. Bayfilly. Maxlm-Precioaa, Matt^Byrnes, lljM, BayC'lt. Sir Modred-Repartee. W. S.^Hobart, $1,000. Baycolt, Maxim-Rosa K., OneeA sta^^ble. $!'^' Baycolt. Sir Modred-Rosemary, Matt^Byrnes, $2,100. Baycolt. Sir Modred-ltosalind, C.^Mttlefleld. $42... Bayeolt. Fresno-Rosette, Oneck sta^^ble. $400 Browncolt, Martenhurst-W ind i III^W Waters. $500. JW. Mackey. manager of B un ho^del Paso stud, has purchased the 5-^year-old horse lto-'h^ by Pannlque,^dam Rebecca KoWett, fi un Hilly Don-^ohue Roche will take his pace .tmoio;^the stallions at Raneba del l',i- A MOOTED QUESTION. 4'sn^ t'ertiftraleleo Chinaman lie Ad^^mit led to Hull .' Butte.June 30 ^ There seems lo he^some doubt as to just what course^should lie pursued under the ileary act^with respect to the deportation of the^Chinaman who was arrested in this^city and who has not been able to pro^^duce his certificate. In the first nMM^there Is no definite B lateen I In the^Geary law us to whether off not a Chl-^n.iman arrested for being without a^certificate and subject lo deportation^can be admitted to ball, one section a|^the law seems to say that bI can and^the other seems to say that be ^ an t^Vnlted Slates Commissioner McMur-^ph.y Friday dSCllsd in admit him In^ball, and obtained a bond of $1.ikki^signed by James A. Talbott and A. J.^Davis. Thesecond point of doubt Is as to^whether Vnlted Stale C.nim'.ssi.ou r^McMurphey has the authority to MMM^an order of deportation. It in gi in i d^^ly understood that the United States^commissioner stands in tin- same r l.i-^tlon ty the circuit court as the Justice^of ths peace does to I be district cunt.^The Justice of the peace cannot coiivii t^of a felony or grand larceny, and the^question seems to he left doubtful^whether the Vnlted States commission-^is has the authority Bet -ssary to de^^port the Chinaman to China, r w heth^^er he shall t^e taken before Judge^Knowles. This is the first ease of ;h.^kind which has come up in Silver How^county. In Deer Lodge county it was^merBU a matter of taking the China^^man from the penitentiary and send^^ing lifra over to China, and the mooted^point was not settled In thai case,^Commissioner McMurphey is himself In^doubt as to how fai his authority goes^In this eas^^. and Judge K BOW lee will^be asked to pass N these point.-. Oration'sCritical Condition Butte.June M^Abaef v. Qratton, thecarpenter who was injured In a^runaway accident Friday evening, still^lies at Murray .V Kivund s hospital IB^a semi-conscious condition. The bit ^^!-^Ing from his ears and nose has -top^^ped, but his condition Is unoh ingt I^and the doctors have pr;. tli all; n ^^hope for his recovery. aTOi'.ugh in may^linger along for several days. AHappy Weill r g. Butte,June M - William F. Rowe and^Mrs. Kmlly Wort bey were happily mat^tied last evening at the bride's resi^^dence. Nil 28 Summit street, by It-v^Ci. W. Jenkins A large nunils r M^guests Were ores, nt and many valuable^presents w ere ret lived, $100hlghgradeladies' wheel, gold pla^^ted cranks, for $75. H. J. Illume. Iinpirt int Notice.^Ladles wishing for novelty hats. snUs^or capos for Fourth of July will tin I^them almost given away, far below^cost nt psim 57, new Crosby block,^Butte. VieHave Somethingnew In belts and blouse sets^from $1 to almost any price. Call and^see them. It will pay you. J. H. ley-^son. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^glmon Jacuba A Co s stock. Sale is^now on. Plumbingand steam healing go to^Voalk r ^ Atchison, 72 W Paffcest, B. A ft I'. Fourth of July time Srbnbile. Theunited Irlsli inetettel of Matte^and Anaconda will hold their annual^picnic tt Anaconda park, Anaconda.^Thursday. July 4 Arrangements have^In . u made with the Butte, Anaconda^A Pacific railway lo run trains as fol^^lows LeaveBulte-9 a. m , 11 a. m.. I 30^p, m , I p ni., tM p. gsn ItM a, in^July 5. LeaveAnaconda '' a in. 12 noon.^3 15 p. in 7 p. nr. 12 midnight. Thetrain leaving Butte at 9 a m^will leave th.- hill yard. North Wyo^^ming street; all Other trains will BTnVt^ar.d depart from the Butte, Anaconda^A Pacific depot Firefor round trip, II, Including ad^mission to the park. iOheImperial wheel. $40. II J. Blume ComingMark Twain Cigars, John^Cspllce ft Co.. Montana agents. I.u.l,, Appr^ct.it Arood remedy and there is not any^thing on the market that equals French^Tansy Tablets for the relief and euro of^painful or irregular ineusoe. These tab^^lets remove all obaiructions, no matter^what the cause. Manufactured by A, An-^rend re, Paris, France, and for sale only^by D. M, Newbro Urm; Co., I into, Mont.,^sola ngeots. Price i'i per box; sent by^mail securely sealed. $100Stearns wheel, $75. H, J. Hlume TheBnest lino of clothing in the city^will be sold at an awful sacrifice at the^closing out sale of Simon Jacobs A t'o's.^stock. Coming-Mark Twain Cigars. John^Cspllce ft Co . Montana agents. Fiftycents will buy a good laundered^white shirt at the sale of the Jacobs^stock. Percaleshirts, twoco.lars and culls, go^for 75c; neckwear starts at 15 c; suspend^^ers slsrt at 15c. at the closing out sale of^Simon Jacob* A t'o's. store. AwaitOwsley News Company adv. Coming-MarkTwain Cigars. John^Capltce A Co . Montana agents. PITT ProfessorMueller's Class Makes a^Creditable Showing. LISTOF THE DAY'S SPORTS Russetshoes. Lots of them.^Lewis stock. Pan ^hortl ine Vanlil^Still continues to haul choice family^coal. Sold only by Hultc Coal Co Coming-Mark Twain Cigars. John^Cspllce A Co., Molilalia agents. $$0boy's wheel, $35. H J. Illume.^Subscribe for the Standard. Nowand Exciting Game of ^Catch^^ing the Third Man^-A Sharp^Youngster Wins the Shoe^Race, Hands Down. MstteiJune 30.^The first annual ex^^hibition ,,f the Butte (lerman-Amerlcan^'I'urri Terete was given at Columbia^ISrdens before a Isrge crowd, which^- . Hied to be greatly pleas, d w ith the^rtlfNrent exercises that were gone^through with. The Turn Verein Is^composed of the following memtiers^Us I BIB I Mu.ller, Instructor and direc^^tor; (ius Hoeseh, Max Kroger, John^Kmmlnger, K fi. Kllioli. Henry Cuen-^User, Kd Neuman. Dan Desmond, Paul^Koblsfi Joseph Beckman. John Jonas,^Paul Nickel, Fred Kerth, Jr., John^Strausser, Dave Bauer end NIc Ahegg.^Th. class marched out to the athletic^grounds IB front of the grand stead^attired in neat gray flannel suits, which^set off their athletic forms to advan-^lage. at the same lime giving them per^^fect fn ^ .1 tii ..f action. They then went^through the school egrrrises on the^parallel and horizontal bars and the^side horse, an awkward piece of appa^^ratus, on which, however, many pretty^movements are performed. The differ^^ent movements were with very few ex^^ceptions cleverly snd gracefully exe^^cuted and many difficult test! wen^performed, apparently with the great^^est of ease. A part of the ex r*Tss on^the parallel bars had a tendency to^mahi ones hair stand on end it times,^but there Wife BO eH|-s and no one was^Injured. Th.- horizontal bar peefOT*^i;i.in ^ was also of a thrilling nature^as well as very pretty, and the ap-^plaUl ^ as the athletic young fellows^thr i\ themselves around without any^apparent regard for their n-cks was^frequent and hearty. witha little more practice under Dm^direction f Hermann Mueller the Butte^turn, fl w ill be able to compete success^^fully with any team In the Northwest,^and their nest exhibition will bs worth goinga g .iil ways to see. Followingthe athletic exercises was^a gars ^ ^ '. ^.'atoning the third man.^^which is a new game in Hutte and in i'^ i i gr it de.ii of amusement. The^members of the club itand in rows M two,one directly behind the other, at^Intervals In a circle about tt feet in^fllsmstrr There are two f ^r which^^ her- ll no place and DM has i hand-^hen htef with which he atiemiits to^lotseh the oiher. wh .nti. on h- ing touch^^ed. -. ts off after som^ one else. The^fugitive is sate from pursuit when h^-^hsmps fairly In front of on- of the lines^and the third man th'-n I^comes the^pursued. The game require! both great^sglllty and fast running and It is high^^ly inter-sting. John Jonas then gave a^clever exhibition' on the slack wire^which was heartily applauded. Aprogramme of contests in which a numberof spectators participated was thencarried Nt, Miss J. nnle Long-^ItraJJI w on a tt yard btdlssr race and^.I II llaggin won a gentleman's i.i^over the same course Sam Tonkin won^the fat man s race easily and develop^^ed a speed thai greatly surprised those^who witnessed the race for the office^of chief of police. C.P. Foole captur-'d the sack IsMM,^which was a hilarious contest. The^two contestants who w re in the lead^plowed up the dirt with their faces^when close to the finish, and nearly^ill of the others toppled over them.^Foote passed th 'tn ill a common can^^ter and wn handily. Anotheramusing contest was the^boys' shoe race. About M youngsters^I iok and piled them In a heap al one^end of the track and then Started for^them from the other end. the object^being to see who could pick nut his^sli .es and get them on the quickest.^W. W. Williams, who was sm mlh^enough to wear a pair of his tether's IIs, w..n the money, as he had no difficult)In finding th-m. The o.ber^sh ies were seatti n l all over the tl Id^during the search thmugh the pile. ,\lunl Wicke;^ won a girls' race and^Agios W ilson won the egg race, with^Maud Wickes second. The afternoon^Was a line one and the spoils were^greatly enjoyed all the way thr nigh.^\ great many inipi ivemciiis are l* ing^made around the gardens, and they^imw present I mice Inviting appear^^ance than they have In years. They^have be. n cleaned up from one end to^the ' tber and neat, new buildings have^taken the place i f unsightly old ;-ha ks^The old pavilion has been painted and^traiisf.nined by means of evergreens^Into a cool and ln\ itlng retreat. thetmirth at Inarnnria. MrsKate Sharp of Carroll is fitting^up a booth at the -ntranee to the park^at Anaconda for the Fourth at July^Celebration, She will have a fun supply^of ice cold drinks cigars, etc.. and in^^vites the patrojMgt of her nrany Butte^friends. $65ladles' wheel for $40. H. J. Blume. Hutte.June 29.- The verdict of the^Jury In Justice Almon's court last even^^ing declaring thai J. R. Oriel was right^In clubbing Officer Haldlsero caused^much indignation among the city offi^^cials and policemen to-day. Mayor^Thompson said that policemen acting^for the city would be protected and he^would see to It. He declared that never^again would a policeman be clubbed^The ritsSBB would be clubhehd the next^time if anything of the kind happened^He expressed much disgust at the ver^^dict. TutIn Millinery. Forthe next 10 days all millinery less^than cost. Miss M.J.OIlbert. $0 W.Park. $i0 wheel. $35. II, J. Blume. TheMen; tn , Codes. Thepublishers of the Montana Codes^announce that. wUhln a few days, the^work will be ready for distribution to^nu mbers of the bar and to the general^public. This Is the official edition, the^printing of wMcS was authorized by^the legislature of the state. It Is In two^volumes, the annotations and the Index^are complete^It Is the only edition of^the codes with thene moet esseutlal^features. The text is guaranteed to be^accurate in every respect. In a very^short time the hooks will be on the^market. Those who wish their orders^promptly filled will address the under^^signed or the Bancroft. Whitney com^^pany either at San Francisco or at Se^^attle. THEINTER MOI NTAIN PUB. CO. Butte $100Falcon wheel, gold jdated cranks,^$75. H. J. Blume. in-1 Klght. Thatmeans that your watch must be^repaired by a mechanic. That Is our^specialty. ;irt West Park. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ft Co.'s stock. Sale Is newon. _ Fourthof duly Kates. TheMontana I'nion will run trains betweenHutte and Anaconda on July^Fourth on the following schedule:^le ave Hutte at 8:30 a. m . 10:30 a. m ,^5 o'clock p. m.. 9 o'clock p. m. LeaveAnaconda 9 o'clock a. m.. 2:20^p. m., 10:30 p. m. A round trip rate of^$1 In both directions will be made on^that date. $5 wheel for $40. H. J. Blume. (Jeta pair of ^Dufohess Trousers^ for^the Fourth. You can Jump, wrestle or^run and they won't rip. You can buy^them from $1.75 to $4 per pair. Bouch^^er, the Park street clothier. Notice. Storeswill be open until 9 o'clock p.^m . until July 4. Regular meeting^Clerks' Assembly No. 5,921, at 9:10^m next Tuesday. EarlA Wilson's K. ^ W, collars goat^two for 25c, Cluett t'oun .V Co.'s celebrated^rollars throe for '25c. The well-known^^Monarch^ dress shirts for rl at the clos^^ing out salo of Simon Jacobs A-Co. stock. Surpriseyourself by seeing what a^little cash will buy at the closing out^sale of Simon Jacobs A Co.'s stock of^men's wear. Hooey,honey, honey, homemade bread,^fresh rancli eggs and creamery butter at the.Southern hotel. Meals ^25 cents. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs A Co.'s stock. Sals Is nowon. Spiritbridge at Columbia gardens. Your Attention Shouldnow be especially directed^to our Low Price3 and compre^^hensive exhibition ot new and^attnetive designs in Carpetsand^House Furnishings. Floorstake up too much spacs to beneglected. WeInvite You Tocome and look over our stock^it will be interesting bacau39 you^see so much you can't find else^^where in this line. # ThingsAre Said^on thu Quiet B/cusloraers that we rather lik^.^They fay am mg themselves that^our stock is the choicest, our^gu ility superior and prices lower^than the/ have hsen paying. WeLike That Apleased customer is the b36t ad^^vertisement we can have. BROWNFIELDCANTY CARPET Co NO.24 W^t Park St.. Butts. Tel. iM. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^a* BikersBikers Comfortin Bicycling^to be nad by calling^at Butte Cycle Com^^pany. No. 47 Kast^Broadway and get- tins a stick of craphite. sent to any^X address upon receipt of fjg lu stimpi. XUUI It; CYCLE CO., t*No. 47 East Broadway. Telephone .^^^^r . H. Talbott. ^^^^^^^^^I ^^^^^4^4^4^*4^4^4^4^4^4 Pipestone Hot Springs \Y.itersunexcelled for niietirattiem, Dyspepsia, Kiduey Trouble!^and to no .I Deailitv. fines Minim i h'irue 0^lde .^.mm mi snats NullumKlcirboualo ... AKAUmiOK W AT Kit. Uralininnrsln^ In 10. ft tialI f. It, Oai s3.)Sadlam Chloride i.sj lirelet ass Itlcarlioua.e i.t.7 noMagnestsni IB^sarBenateit S.Ml'ot i^ium tfn iih.ite lyj t ^^K. \V. I taps igen. Ph. 1),. F. vi. ft, t'hemlst. Kemoilole1 anil Newly Furnished Throuathout. Accommodations^Hrst l/laf* RATES$2.O0, $2.50 AND $3.00 PER DAY Telephonein connection with Hot ^! I* unjo e ilarge 1 3otl2). C^',^to 7 teet deep, h^ini; one of the Urges' in the country. CHARLESR. BURKET. Manager. Holiday'sRare Offerings ThreeDays of unusual^retailing: commences at^our store to-day. Plenty^of sales people to wait on^you. More than ever. Preparefor the Fourth. AGreat sale of^Keady made Dress^^es commences here^To Morrow. The^reatest yet. Wom-^e is New Style^Duck Mitts at ^:^,^.^*'.'.;0 $1.60, 910 i.^Women's Cloth^Suits at 97 50 (10,^tllsO, that have^I cen 810, 915, 918. SeparateSkirt Sale. Toreduce the stock.^SeparateSkirts andfancy^Waists all the rage. We^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-Day. Women'sPercale^Waists at 15c,^value 60c.^Women's Shirt^Waists at 600.^value $1.^AVomen's Shirt at^7Jc. value 81^Wo mens Shirt^Waists made of^Lawn, Black and^Hlue strires, ft,^value 81.50.^W o m en's Shirt^Waists at $1.2^^,^innumerable^styles, value 91.75.^Women's Shirt^Waists at 8150,^value 92 00, 2)dif^^ferent styles. Children'sReady Hade Dresses FORTHE FOURTH. Specialprices commenc^^ing to-day. Ch i 1 dren's^d r e s s e s,^ages 2 to 4^25c. Dresses^4 to 14 years^)5oc. Dresses^at $L $1.50,^$2, $275 and^'upwards, justthe thing for the^children for the Fourth,^and prices less than the^material is worth alone. Parasolsand Umbrellas FORTHE FOURTH. Specialmark down sale^Children's Parasols 35c^and up. Carriage Parasols, all^prices. BOYS'WAISTS Salecommences^Monday Prices25c, 35c^10c, 50c. Mother'sFriend^Waists 6 )c, 75c,^Sdc. O.K. TICKETOFFICE. Thosewho Intend to purchase railroad or^iteamihip tlokett to any pirt of the world can^save from ;o p-r re.u. to so per cent, bjr ob^^taining them from hi All a.oi and rebates^effected by ut sre guaranteed. ReferenceThe silver Bow National and^Mates Saving Banks. TheOldest Ticket. Broker in Butte^44 NORTH MAIN ST. LADDER Isnot Needed to Reach OUR ritctt. OURPRICES stand upon the^pedestal of their own individ^^uality and shout defiance to all^competitors. Mcans domestic sardines, with the the keys$1.00 10cans Imported Sardines, with the keys 1,00 10carta potted Tongue 1.00 Scans Salmon 1.00 14cans augar corn 1.00 .10bars laundry soap 1.00 3packaRes of Gold Duat50 1T pound sack Rolled Oats75 10-poundpalis of assorted Jams.. 125 Freshbutter In 60-pound tubs14 FancyCreamery Hutter In 20-lb tubs20 FancyCreamery Hutter In 10-lb tubs21 FancyCreamery Hutter In 3-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^Three Star Brandy, qt. bottles.. ,^4.00^Port. Sherry. Angelica and Muscat, wine,per quart35 Claret,Burgundy, Santa Monica andSaturne wine, per quartH BassImported Pale Ale, per doi.. 2.50 BurkeDublin Stout, per doz 2.50 Genuine Holland Gin, quarts75 SMOKINGTOBACCO. BullDurham Tobacco, per lb50 LimeKlin Club Tobacco, per lb.. .50 DixieQueen, plug cut, per lbit 400plug cut, per lbSO ButteCash Grocery Co., Cor.Park: and Wyoming; streets, Butte;^Hiberaia Building, CenterviUo. A.BOOTH, Manager. IFYOU^THINK. Thatit would be a desirable thing toplace jn your bome a PIANO ^ Thefirst questions that naturally^rrsient themselves are:^What make (hall I get 7 and where^shall I get it Wecarry three or the LEADING PIANOS STECK KRANICH^ BACH^AND HAZELTON Wsgive liberal terms. Call and PAR16IANHouaa.^palmik, rsor. FrenchCleaning ^ Dyeing SCOCBIXOBT fHt.Mll I'HOCK* a. fatUtactou Guaranteed. No sol.clton ^* BranchoOces,^No. do W. Galena St., cor. ol Daksta, SUTTS.MONT. TbeGreatest Discovery ol the Age THEGATTAX CURE Forthe Liouor, Morphine-,^Opium. Chloral, Cocaine and^Tobacco diseases. The cure^for the Morphine disease is^painless. All cures guaran^^teed. Correspondence strictly^confidential. Address TheGattan Institute BaricbBuilding Anacondv Mont. SmithPiano Co. aj.ii*i. Mils St.. uutt^. Mont. ICar Folding^j Beds $18to $40 | MM I200 odd Parlor Chairs. worth37.50 at half price, J315 Comequick if you want tliemat ICbauvio-Pant^1 Furniture Co. 43W. Broadway I^Kutte, Mont. I Trya Want Ad in^THE STANDARD.