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THEANACONDA STANDARD, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1895.
B UTTE is*Principal Br^n^hOm.-^ of Thk Stamb-^* in* It At No. ' Ka^t Broiilway, Butte. Tele-^puooe No. ^^. Adrrrlltlnn r*te* furnished oo^a ppllcal Ion. Ye*.It'* time to order your iiimmer outfit.^And In matlet^ of th^ 'ir^! i-onmi.irt lm -iil^i^. nrTor put ^1 for le-sserrew wtksl MHOM t^^be done to-d:iy. Ihi- tine to order 1^ now. AM^the place, wed yo i woai SAT* au^ ilMM upon^tin* point it ymju*t step m ami look oyer our^^took of summer suiting*. ^i^l tnrlli-rumr-.^^ee whHt hUh r.as^ l.nlorliu really mean* a*^Illustrated and evemplilled in th^ maile-lo-^order suits which we are proluoing for the^most stylish dreised men in town, al from S.U^to t4S e.te h BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Silver.6^V Smoke^El CAplUn General^ clfar^. FredOrtun. piano tuner, Hamilton st. Beatdomestic clear made^^The Mon^^tana Rose.^ Try one. Whenyou Are In Anaconda lunch at^Whatley's 20 Main street. Thestreet railway company carried^20,(58 passenger* on the fourth. D.M. Newbro has noon appointed^state hospital steward of the M. N. t!. GeorgeA Cook and family an- \!slt-^ln^ at Mr. Cook's old home In Buffalo,^n. y. Watchcleaning-. Jl.50; main springs,^tl. Warranted one year. Mayer. 40 W.^Park. BargainsIn building lots on East and^West side of town, at Gamer's, 1 \V.\s:^Broadway. OwenFinley and Tim 1*. Harrington^have located the Squirrel lode claim In^Camp creek district. CharlesRraeco paid $10 and costs In^Judge Almon's court yesterday for ped^^dling without a license. NesblttSisters, lj West Granite, have^the finest dining parlor In the city.^Every delicacy In season. OharlesReinlg of Helena, hjs been in^the city for several ilayn visiting his^friend, H. A. Neldenhoff. n. BeeGans ft Kelin's north window;^400 boys' suits, all ages, $.1.00; examine^them. Must be sold by July 4th. JohnOtto desires to challenge any^butcher In Itutte city for 1100 for a^match In dressing a beef, time and^points to count. JohnOullo and Francesx-a Plgnoco^were married by Judge Turner Wsd^^^day evening at No. 118 East l'ark^street. ES. Booth Is at present In Colum^^bus. Ohio, where he will Interview Gov-^ernor MoKlnley nnd offer him Import^^ant p^.'ltical advice. MajesticSteel Cooking Ranges are^made of steel and malleable Iron; made^by hand and to last a lifetime. The^Majestic Steel range Is the most per^^fect cooking apparatus the world has^ever known. The Majestic Is like no^other stove. It Is better than any oth^^er. Tuttle Manufacturing ^ Supply Co.,^Butte, Mont. WernerKeulslnalned. a native of^Finland, yesterday declared his Inten^^tions of becoming a citizen of 'the Cull^^ed Slates and was grunted his first pa^^pers. GeorgeHarbour was picked up by^Officer Harbour yesterday for attempt^^ing to pass a counterfeit $10 gxild piece^at Connors ft Doyle saloon In Ens'.^Park-^Commencing on Saturday the Great^Northern will sell return tickets to^Hele-a and Boulder every Saturday^(or one fare. Tickets will be good to^return on Monday. Wehave Just received for the Fourth^Two Hundred Suits. Will ^ell them at^the popular price of Ton I^ollars. They^are the best you ever saw. Boucher,^the Park Street Clothier. JohnW. Cotter and wife rolurned^yenterday from their trip Bast. Mr.^Cotter was one of 1he Montana dele-^gaites .to th Cleveland convention and^afterwards with his wfe, visited friends^and relatives in Iowa. StateSenator C. R. Leonard re^^turned yesterday from his eastern trip,^accompanied by Mrs. Leonard and chil^^dren, who have been visiting at Kort^Wayne for three months. Before, re^^turning home fhey visited Niagara^Falls. St. Louis and other places. Steelvs. cast-Iron. Steel has super^^ceded Iron In all structural work where^the greatest strength and durability-^are required. The old-fashl'tied cast-^Irnn stove has made way for the Ma^^jestic Sti^d Range, which Is made of^cojd-roll.-1 steel (the stronsjest steel)^and malleahel Iron (Iron that, by an^expensive process. Is made sjsbrsaita-^ble), and the whnle construction Is^united by hand (the honest way I. The^Majestic is built on honor to last a life^^time^a long lifetime. Tuttle Manufac^^turing ft Supply Co., Butte. Mont. FredKerth and a clgarmukor named^Sutton were fin.-d $r, and costs each In^police court yesterday fur lasting MM-*^on the sidewalk. They were so well^pleased at Nlrm let off with a moderate^fine that they afterwards sent up a box^of cigars w hich sTcTS distributed around^the city hall. CommencingSunday. June 13, the^Northern Pacific will resume special^Sunday excursion train to Pipestone,^Whitehall and Sacrle s ranch. The^train will leave the Northern Pacific^depot at ^ a. m.. returning, leave^Sacrle's ranch about S p m., arriving^at Butte at S p. m. Round trip rate to^Pipestone. $1, Sacrle's ranch. $2. Beenthinking'.' Have you been think^^ing of buying a new looking stove^^An- you in need of one'.' Let us Inter^^est you with a word about the Majes^^tic Steel Range This range is made^of steel and malleable Iron (the strong^est materials) and Is riveted together^by hand ithe honest way). The con^sumtlon of fuel and the operation of^the oven are governed by new princi^^ple IV. fire linings warranted fivi^years against burning; other parts^f re\or against breakage. Tuttle Man^^ufacturing ft Supply Co., Butte,^Mont, UNDERTIIESEW LAW Mattersof Importance Considered by theCity Council. HOWTHINGS ARE ARRANGED OrdinanceReestablishing Licenses^Passod Under Suspension of the^Rules-General Increase All^Along the Line. Untie.July r..^The council held an^adjourn, I moi ling this .^venlng with^all the aldermen present except Hymen,^OMlbt Pa, ROWS and Walsh. The may^^or appoints*1 S J Waters captain of^poll,,-, .noI he h.i^ confirmed by an^uii.iii in us vote. 1'ndi r the new law-^lie city marshal becomes chief of |*'-^lic^\ and the chief sewgass captain of^Ihdicc. H uii S Wali s was appointed^Inspector of w^ ikIUs and measures and^ex-ollli in as si* i mi ctiy clerk and court^olllci r, an I was ( onfirun d by a vote of^'.' to t, Career, Harrington and M mt-^| ssjiry voting In the negative. Cards* il1si I i i|insti ^n .ts to Wales' ellgihil-^liy, an I fta-ti I mat he had he^ n In^^formed n-it ke was not ^ rsesfstJM of^Ihe city. Tin tn.iy ^r stated that he had^lived JuM outside the city limits for^four years, but had moved inside a^month ago. onm^ilon of Cook Ihe mayor was^instnii'ti I to make B taRMgal on t'ne Itsinei] nf Simon Jacobs, the late citytreasurer, for the amount due the^city as BtSOWV by his books. Drsmloo, aired as |o the disposition^of the explotiion relief fund and was In^^formed by the city attorney that the^fund was In the hands of private rKI-^zciis. and the council had nothing to^do with it. Thechief of police registered a kick^concerning bill hoards which are being^placid iiI^ against the side of buildings.^He explained that they were not faevt-^emil to the buildings but simply lean^^ed up against them. The matter was^safeties1 to the city attorney who pre^^sented a verbal opinion to the effect^that they were Illegal obstructions and^nuisances. ApettOusi from J. W. Miller and^Seoul toothers, asking for the removal^^of thai grand nuisance^the merry-go-^round ^- from 'the corner of Dakota and^Mercury street*, was referred to the^mayor and chief of |sillce with power^to act. Theordinance reestablishing the city^licenses MMer trfe new law. for the con^^sideration nf which ihe adjourned^molting was held, then came up and^was read at length. Cook moved Ms^adoption under a suspension of -the^rules. HniTin*rtnii entered sn objec^^tion to tills procedure, ^This looks like^an attempt to railroad the. ordinance^Through,^ he shIiI. ^and I am not In^favor of the ordinance. As It now^stands It represents title Idea of only a^few aldermni. It Is an important mea^^sure, and wo should all have an oppor^^tunity tn express our views on It and^present siiggi s'tlons and the people^should be consulted ns well. I am not^In favor of the OrdsRAUAOS as It now^stands.^ Cook ntnted that all of ttie^,-ildi rmen had been Invited to examine^the ordmam-e and explalnol that any^BssUeges In It 1h^it might be considered^neci-s*\ary could lie made afterwards. Therules wen- then suspended and^the orillniince wns passed, Harrington^voting in the negative. The ordinance^Is known as council bill No. 1(4, and tt^repeals ordinances 92, :'42 and 319. It^provides for a gvneral Increase 'n II-^n uses' all along tile line, and as a rule,^they are raised to about half th-^amount of tin- stnte licenses. The^greatest Incrniw- Is In saloon licenses,^whloh are rulsed from $31.50 to $7.i per^iiuarter. The laundry license Is also^inon- than doubled and is raised in^such a way as to derive a largely In^^crease! revenue from the Chinese wash^houses. The following Is the substance^of the urdlnnnce: Auctioneers are di^^vided Into nine classes according to^their monthly sales, nnd the quarterly^licenses are as follows where th^^monthly sub it are between the figures^named: First-class, $100,000 and up^^wards, license $200; second. $75,000 and^b-ssllian $100,000. $150; third, $50,000 and^less than $75,000, $100; fourth. $30,000 and^less than $50,000. $82.50; fifth. $20,000 and^los than $30,000, $50; sixth. $10,000 and^less than $20,000. $30; seventh. 12.500 and^Isel ilia i $10,000, $25; eighth, $600 and^less than $2,500, $15; ninth, less than^$500. $5. Personsengaged In banking, loaning^money or buying or selling notes, bonds^or other evidence of IndeMedness of^private persons or buying or selling^stste, county or city stis-ks, bonds or^warrants or other evidence of Indebt^^edness or stocks, notes or bonds of ln-^i orp i ited companies or buying or sell^^ing gold dust, gold or silver bullion or^gold or silver coin are divided Into six^cliissc* und must pay license as follows;^First cMAes, those doing business to the^nni'iunt of ItMiCM per quarter and over,^license $50, second. $200,000 And less^than $25iV0i^0. $10, third. $100,000 or lew^than jL'txi.iMX). $;io; fourth. $50,000 and less^than $1i^i,ooo, $25; fifth, $5,000 and less^than $.^.o,ooo. $15; sixth, under $500, $10.^Fonai h billiard. |*iol or bagatelle tsble^not kept exclusively for family use,^$r. i^ r quarter, and the same for each^howling alley. Kvery theater other^than a variety theiiter. must pay $.1^for eaea day on which a performance^Is given or a monthly license of $12 50;^for each variety theater. $10 per month;^for minstrels, legi rdermain or other^show not pnivlded for. $5; for each per^^formance when not In a licensed the^^ater and for every circus or menagerie^tin lulling side shows. $15o per day. No^I: ^ -is shall be collected for any ama-^ti ur exhibition or concert for school, charitableor religious parpoasa. From rackpawn broker. $50 per quarter; from^each keg per of an Intelligence office,^Jl i pi r quarter; from nu'li shooting gal^^lery. 10 per quarter Kvery person who.^at a nasal place of business, sells any^|0 wans Off nienhandlse. wines or^distilled liquors, drugs or medicine,^y w i iry or wan s of precious metals,^whether ox commission or otherwise,^nnd all butchers must pay a quarterly^lie us ^ for each branch of such business^under the following classification which^Is determined by the amount of aver-^;i^. monthly sales Firsttdass. business^to the amount of IMO.MQ per month^arid over. $120; second class. $75,000^and bss than $100.inW. $90; third. $50,000^tund less than $7.^..i^^i. $75; fourth. $40,000.^and bss than $5n.iHM, $60; fifth. $30,000.^and b ss than Itt.eM, $51; sixth. $20,000.^and b-ss than ilo.ooo, $45; seventh. $10.-^Wtt and less than $20,000. $36; eighth.^$5,000. and less than $10,000. $24, ninth.^$2,500. and less than t 1 ^ $15; tenth. II25^, mil l.-ss than $2 500 $12; eleventh,^$400, and less than $1,250, $9; twelfth,^less than $400. $3. Alicense of 10 cents per pound shsll^be paid on oleomargarine, butterlne or^Imitation of cheese sold. For each pub^^lic weigh scales. $10 per year. Every^person selling cigarettes or cigarette^paper or material used in rmtktng ci^^garettes except tobacco, shall pay a li^^cense of $10 jifr month In addltoln to^any other license. The sale of liquors^and wines uuder the precedjof jscuvu shallnot be In less quantities than one^quart. No licenses shall be required (^^physicians, surgeons or chemists f ir^any wines or spirituous liquors used or^sold for medicinal purixises. No furth^^er HcenAe Is required of any hutch' i for^any wagon used In his business. i:^ if]^traveling merchant or peddler who car^^ries a pack must pay a license of $6.25^per quarter; for each travi linn in- r^chant who uses a wagon and one horse.^$10 per quarter, and If he uses two or^more animals, $15 per quarter. The ped^^dler who carries for sale only agricul^^tural products raised by himself or ar^^ticles manufactured by himself Is not^Included In tin- above sections. For s i^ling pods OX races. $I2..V) AST day. Kv^^ery brewer xt manufacturer of malt^liquor and every person who sells KsXll^liquors In quantities of more than six^gallons and whose sales amount to^$3,000 per month XT Axore, must pay a^license of $25 per month, and whose^sales amount to less than Ji.ooo and^over $1.^SM), $12 Mi per KSOXth; and whosesales allloullt t'l en I $^'Mid lessthan $l.oon per in nith. H I^ t^month; and whose s.ih s SSXOXXI to less^than $5oo a month, a llceaxs of IS.7I per^month. Every manufacturer of ixttsa popor other like drinks BJUXl pay a li^^cense of IT.se per rxoxtk; tot every ess^loon, $75 for each quarter In advance;^for every distiller. nAaXUfXCtUTOff or^rectifier of spirituous liquors, IT ^ ptf^quarter; foi every stallion or bull^kept for the purpose of propogation^for hire. $10 per year; for cadi tele^^phone Instrument. M rents' per month;^for each telegraph Instrument, $2.50 per^annum, for each was company. $^.i per^quarter, sxck electric llgtll company or^works, $50 per quarter; for seek water^company, $50 per quarter, i^i eSCfe law^^yer, dentist, physician and mugi^photographer or member of any Otkxt^profession and for every person who^draws any legal lustrum- ni for which^a fee Is charged, and for each insur^^ance, loan or real estate agent, $2.5n per^quarter, for each feed or livery stable.^$7.50 per quarter, and for each bay^yard and corral, $5 per quarter, for^each one-horse omnibus, carriage IMF^express wagon, $1.50 per quarter und^$2.50 per quarter for cadi additional^horse used. Eachrestaurant, lodging house or^hotel doing business of isXX than $2,000^per quarter shall pay a quarterly li^^cense of $5, and for each additional^$2,000 per quarter^ or fractional part^thereof shall pay $5; for each assayer^doing a business of $200 per month and^not more than $500 a license of $5 per^quarter, and assayers doing a business^of over $500 a month shall pay $lo per^quarter; for each laundry, other than^steam. $10 per quarter, but where mure^than one person is employed the license^shall lie $25; for each steam laundry,^$15 per quarter; for each street railway,^$25 per quarter. Kvery architect, build^^er, contractor or manufacturer doing a^business of more than $15,000 per year.^$10 per quarter; for a business of more^than $10,000 and less than $15.on0. $7.50;^for a hiiMlnee* of more than $5,000 and^less than $10,000, |5; sot over $5.ism.^$2.50; every manufacturer of null, when^not engaged In the manufacture of malt^liquors, $50 per quarter, every travel^^ing mewhant selling any gold or sil^^ver or plat.si ware or Jewelry of any^kind shall pay a license of $25 per an^^num. No license is assignable or trans-^ferrable exi-ept with the consent of the^council. Whenever any license is re^^voked or annulled the money paid^therefor, shall be deemed forfeited to^the city. ( Themayor shall have power to re^^voke or forbid the Issuance of any li^^cense pending final action by the coun^^cil. Persons transacting any kind of^business for which a license is required^without procuring same are putllsUiahle^by a line of not less than $1 or more^^fhnn $100. All persons without^u lloenwe tire also liable to a tine in^the same amount. Pat h day for Which^business Is liinduetol without a license^shall be considered a separate offense.^The city treasurer 1s given possgf to^require a sworn statement from any^person, firm, association or eorpoi-atlon^or their agent showing the total^amount of receipts from tln ir huslneas,^which statement shall not be required^oftener than quarterly. In the c\ent^of refusal or neglect to furnish such^statement the treasurer shall collect^the amount Which he may deem dXS in^each case to the best of bis knowledge,^which amount shall not be questioned^by such party or those w hom they rep^^resent. Another1 hange of Time.^Effective June 2, and until further^notice, the Montana Central local train^No. 1 will run through dully to Great^Vails. Leave lintie at so'clocka. m , Hel^^ena 11:15 a. in . arrive Great Falls 2:55 p.^m. No. 1, returning, will leave (ireat^Palls at 4 o'clock p. m . Helena 7.35 p.^m., arrive Butte 11 o'clock p. m. No.^1 will connect at Great Falls with the^Great Falls ft Csnada railroad for Co^^lumbia Falls, Kallspell, Spokane and^all points west via Shelby Junction.^No change wld be made In arrival or^departure of through trains. J. k.^Dswson. Genersl Agent. LeviStrauAS ^l Co'a. riveted overalls go^at50c; waiter's costs and jackets, bar^coals, etc., at terrible, reductions at the^closing out sale of the Jacobs stock. Money! Money! Money!^Money to loan on all valuables. Sil^^ver Bow Loan office, 19 N. Main. Wehave Just nine bicycles left and^will sell them at actual cost, m.iklnir^our $75 wheel $50. We mean business.^Call and be convinced. 11. J. Hlume. Jxetnight. e Thstmeans that your watch must be^repaired by a mechanic. That is our^specialty. 36 West Park. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs ft Co. * stock. Sale is^now on. . Pluttennd Omaha football badges^nnd streamers In gorgeous colors and^bounteous sizes at the Itutte hotel^news-stand: also tine cigars and cigar^^ettes. May F. Kg-an. Anew lot of razor strops and razor^paste at Fosscllnian Prug Co. a^ MbxXXX nnd ltd urn $Xtt, Forthe meeting of the National Kdit-^ratlonal Association, to !*^ held at IVn-^ver July 5-12. the Northern Pacific will^make a special rate of $37 en fn^m itutte^to Denver and return, localizing that^on such a loxfl trip It Is desirable not^to cover the snme ground more than^once, we have arranged for a elreta^tour, going ever the Northern PX it: I^to Billings. Moat, thence via the New^Hurllngion route to Denver; returning^via the same route or via the I'nlon^Pacific and Salt Uske, which wtll en,^able passengers to pass through the^scenic portions of Montana. Wyoming.^Nebraska. Colorado and Ftah Tickets^wtll be on sale July 4-5. g.sul to return^up to And including September 1st. On*Imperial wheel. $40. H. J. Plume. Welist* Somethingnew In belts and blouse sets^from $1 to almost any price. Call and^see ihev. It will pay you. J. H. Ley-^son TheAlice band at Columbia gardens.^Burnley. July 7, (turn 4 to 9 o clock p. m. THEYFIXED IT IP Butte's SchoolTrustees Settle the^Text Book Question. they VOTED LAST NIGHT ItWas Dono In ^ Cood Doal of a^Hurry and Some of tho Mem^^bers of the Board Wore^Surprised. Itutte,July 5.^The board of school^trustees held a meeting to-night and^did that which they have always de-^IIsites' ^hey would .not do. and against^which there has been a g^ neial public^protest They have ordered an entire^bauagX in tkt text books of the dlstrh t.^fpofl the n ^ iminendatlon of Mr, K' rr.^the new sup rintendent. they adopted^the hoiks represented by K A. llSSre,^\ccordlng to the statement of one af^tin- lrust.es. the matter was brought upso uin xitelly and rush-d through withso little eonslderati .il lo-nlght^that ii was altogether a surpi ise. PrxxtSSllray was about to make a^proposition In behalf of the American^liook company to exchange Harper's^readers for McCuffey's and all other^books lhat were thought necessary free^of cost to the district or to the pai-^^nts or the school children. In consid^^eration of the contract for supplying^tin- district with books for two years,^but Mr. Hray was not given the op^^portunity before the chairman brought^up the St ere recomnv ndations and^Trustee Curtis moved that the books^in- aeet pted. Themotion was seconded and wPli-^out a word of discussion It was adopt^^ed. Mr. Bray alone voted against It.^He said the exchange would o si the^parents of the district fully $10,000. and^that the people tn his part of the dis^^trict could not afford It. He considered^it a needless and Inexcusable expense.^The only books that will not be^changed are tho Graphic drawing and^writing books andLovels civics. Tlx^to w books that will be introduced are^Stlckney's readers. Frye's geographic.!.^Maxwell s grammars Montgomery's bis- ryand Milne's arithmetics. Glnn ^^Co., of Chicago, secure the bulk of the^contract and the American Book com^^pany will get a small portion. Itis stateil that Immediately after^the meeting to-night Chairman (^aider-^head signed a contract to use the^boifks for six years. By the contract^the publishers s^ree to exchange new^books for Ihe old ones now In use upon^the payment of a certain stated ex-^. hange price, whlehIs said to he as hi^-h^or hlger than the original reuil price^of the same books in eastern states. Amongother business transacted by^the board to-night was the re-election^of all the old Janitors with the stasis^exception of the West Centervllle^school. Themonthly report of Profcisor^Hendricks was received. TheItutte Choral society was refused^permission to use the high school aud^^itorium. I privilege that had been^gran ted aaotaer singing society. Profes^^sor Newell was granted the use of the^high school auditorium for the pwffpOSS^of conducting a private normal school. IlemitirnlWindow Display. Itutte.July 6.^Among the displays In Bul'teon the Fouiih none at'trai ted^ni ne attention than the one In the win^^dow of Courtney. Case ^ (iravelb-s,^ivpt-i-crrtlng N^w V rk harbor with^the st StVS of liberty In full figure. , CrowdsSt.Kid in front of the window^for two days watching the admirable^und creditable display. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^Simon Jacobs * Co.'s stock. Sale is nowon. _____ Plumbingand steam heating go to^Walker ^ Atchison. 72 West Park St. Don'tforget the closing out sale of^S'rnon Jacobs A Co.'s stock. Sale Is^now on. $85wheel for $40. H. J. Blume. Arrangementshave been made by^the management Ui have 11 cars at the^corner of Park and Main streets next^Sunday at 2 o'clock to accommodate^the crowds for the free balloon ascen^^sion and parachute leap at Columbia^gardens. $100Stearns wheel. $75. H. J. Blume. Thefinest line of clothing In the eitv^will he sold at an awful sscrltlce at the^closing out sale of Simon Jacobs ^ Co's.^^lock, Fiftycents will buy a good laundered^white shirt at the sale of the Jacobs clock. WILL ASCEND ANYWAY. Percaleshirt*, two collars and ruffs, go^for 75c; neckwear starts at 15 c; suspend^^ers *tnrt At 15c. at* ths closing out sale of^Simon Jacob* ,t Co's. (tore. Russetshoes. Lots of ^them. Dan^Lewis stock. shortLine Agsln.^Still continues to haul choice family-^coal. Sold only by Butte Coal Co. $;0boy's wli -cl, $35. H. J. Blume.^$u5 ladles' wheel for $40. H. J. Blume. tutla Millinery. Forthe next 10 days all millinery less^than cost. Miss M.J.Gilbert, 80 W.Park. $60wheel. $ ',... H. J. Blume. Allthe la:. st news, periodicals and^novels at th. Hutte Hotel news stand.^May F. Kgan. rrofeaaorKrabrlrh Promise* to Oo I'p If^It Take* All Summer. Putte,July 5.^In regard to the fail^^ure of the balloon ascension at the Co^^lumbia gardens yesterday, I'r r - ^i^Krabrich states that the balloon and^parachute were both new and had^never been Inflated before, but would^have worked all right had not a strong^wind come up before the balloon was^well filled with hot air and prevented^further Inflation. He attempted to go^up, but the keJIooa only t.Hik him up^about 150 feci, which was n d high^enough to attempt a leap with the^para inti ui.l then !h balloon gradu^^ally s ink and win n on the ground he^Jumped out and the balloon and para^^chute got away and crossed the range^of mountains. To-day several men^went In search of them and found the^i illoon lo.lK'sl in a tree near the Sum^^mit mine. The tree had to be cut down^and the balloon was brought t^ack on^Pick horses. Professor Krabrich says^he . line 2.ikk) miles lo mak ^ an ascen^^sion In Hutte and a parachue leap and^that he will do It If he has to stay here^all summer. He will make another al^^b-nipt next Sunday on which date the^Columbia gardens will be free to the^public. The management of the gar^^dens say that whatever is advertise'}^by them will he perforin, d SO Ike gaits, fl itlOM ^f the public. IlealgSXeSS Transfer*.^Butte, July 5. - Deeds in Ihe following^real estate transfers were filed to-day:^Thinis While (o Thomas C.^D'Meara. lot 1, block 2, Colum- binaddition$700 JohnF. Duffy to Michael Mullder-^ing, a lot of ground on the Stew^^art lode 250 Theballoon ascension and parachute^leap w'll be repeated at Columbia gar^^dens, Sunday, July 7. Free. Ladlo*AppeOOtSjlA Agood remedy and thero i* not any^thing on the market that equals FrenoU^Tansy Tablets for the relief and cure of^painful or irregular menses. These tab^^lets remove all obstructions, uo matter^what the cause. Manufactured by A. An-^geudre, Paris, Frsncs, and for sals only^by D, M. Newbro Drug Co., Butte, Mont.,^sole agents. Price i'i per box; sont by^mail Aecurely sealed. $100highgrad3ladles' wheel, gold pla^^ted cranks, for $75. H. J. Blume. Earl^ Wilson's E. A W. collar* go at^two for 25c, Cluett Coon ^f CSV I celebratstt^collars three for 25c. The well-known^^Monarch^ dress thirls forll st the clos^^ing out ssle of Simon Jacob* ,VCo. stock. Surpriseyourself by seeing what a^little cash will buy at the closing out^sale of Simon Jacobs ^ Co.'s stock of^men's wear. Honey,honey, honey, homemade bread,^freuil ranch egg* and creamery butter ac theSouthern hotel. Meal* 25 cent*. $100Falcon wheel, gold plated cranks,^$75. H. J Blume. YourAttention Shouldnow be especially direc'.ed^to our Low Prices and compre^^hensive exhibition ol new and^attractive designs in Carpetsand^House Furnishings. Floorstake up too much spaos to^be neglected. WeInvite You Tocome and look; over our stock^it will be interesting because you^see so much you can't find else-^whore in this line. ThingsAre Said^on the Quiet Bycuslomers that we rather llle*.^They say among themselves that^our stock is the choicest, our^guality supsnor. and prices lower^thaa they haVe b;en paying. WeLike That Apleased customer is the bsstad-^vertisement we can have. BROWNFIELDCANTY CARPET Co No.24 Wtst lata ft.. Butto. To:, au BikersBikers : : :^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^a* ftnifort In Itleyellns inlie nati by Baikal^in Itutte Cytsl Coin-^tear, No. i^ t.is:^llroadway .ml get^^ting a ^tlek of paaaMe, sent to .my^address upou ree 'int ul i^^c la stamps. Burrticycls co No.47 East ltro.nlsr.il Telephone ;^^K 11. lalbott. Pipestone Hot Springs Water*,unexcelled for Rheum itism, Dysp^p$u, Kidney Troab.ej^ami to ueral Desility. Silica Alumina KerrlcOilde sodiummi | hats^.-, :l ,m i'i irBoDAle *M*t.vMOg^ WATEH, Grain*in^:ra.o^ la 1V. s. i ..uI V. H. GaL i llSoilliim Chloride1 9j ^Cllstesi ItlesrlKWAte 1.S7 09M^.i. ^s.uiu HtCArhonAie41 s l^rot^^stnn^ SmphAte s.U e.39F. W, TrAiinaeen. I'h. 1)^ F. G. S. CkeniUt. Remodeledand Newly Furnished Throughout. Accommodations^First ClaM. RATES$2.O0, $2.50 AND $3.0O PER DAY TelephoneIn connection with sfcttt I .tinge enlarged 35x120, t%^to 7 feot deep, bilng one of the Urges: in the conntry. CHARLESR. BURKET, Manager. TODAY AND TO-NIGHT! 0.K. LEWIS ^ CO'S Thecenter of attraction^in Dry Goods circles.^Lowest Prices Prevail. TO-DAYAND TO-NIGHT. Beprompt if you wish^any choice of 75 Women's^Shirt Waists worth $1.00^and $1 25, 75cents. TO-DAYAND TO-NIGHT. Choiceof 100 China Sa-^tine Finish Wrappers,^our 52.oo style for $1.50 To-dayand To-night^All sizes. TO-DAYAND TO-NIGHT. Remnantsof Cotton^Dress Goods at one-third^and one-half regular price. To-Night'sTwo Hour Sale! (A4-cent Wonder) QuantityLimited. ApronCheck Ginghams^4 cents. Lightand Dark Prints^4 cents. Challies4 cents. CottonCrash 4 cents. To-NightTwo Hours^Only! o.k.|ewis TbeGreatest Discovery ot the age THEGATTAN CURE Forthe Liquor, Morphine.^Opium, Chloral, Cocaine and Tobaccodiseases. The cure^for tha Morphine disease is^painless. AU cures guaran^^teed. Correspondence strictly^confidential. Address TheGattan Institute BarichBuilding. Anaconda. Mont TheBest Blood Purifier, SAKSAPARILLA. AFTERTHE 4th Foreverybody will be^sacrificed. SOMETHINGCODL Haveyou seen them^^They are cool, comfor^^table, neat and good^weiring, from 75Cup ])anLewis SHOESTOCK SecondShoe Store From^M mi Street. 31W. PARK ST.. - - BUTTE lUUUUUUULS. SLSLSLSISJUULSLSLSLSIS 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 the keys11.00 10cans Imported Sardines, with the keys 1.00 10cans potted Tongue 1.00 8cans Salmon 100 14cans sugar corn 1-00 30bars laundry soap 1-00 3packages of Gold Dust50 25pound sack Rolled Oats75 10-puundpalls of assorted Jams.. 1.25 Freshbutter in 60-pound tubs14 FancyCreamery Hutter in 20-lb tubs20 FancyCreamery Hutter In 10-lb tubs21 FancyCreamery Butter In 5-lb tubs23 T.B. Ripley Whiskey, qt bottles .75^Old Pepper Whiskey, qt. bottles.. l.OO^Ben Hur Whlsk.y. qt. bottles.... 1.00^Hermitage Whiskey, qt. bottles.. 1.00 ThreeStar Brandy, qt. bottles 1.00 Port.Sherry, Angelica and Muscat. wine,per quart35 Claret, Burgundy, Santa Mcnlca andSaturne wine, per quart28 BassImported Pale Ale, per dor.. 2.50 BurkeDublin Stout, per dot 2.50 GenuineHolland Oln. quarts75 SMOKINGTOBACCO. BullDurham Tobacco, per lb50 LimeKiln Club Tobacco, per lb.. .50 DixieQueen, plug cut, per lb43 400plug cut, per lb60 ButteCash Grocery Co., Cor.Park and Wyoming streets, Butte;^UibernU Building, UentervilU ABOOTH, Manager. IFYOU^THINK. ThitIt would be a desirable thln^^to place in your boms 4 PIANO ^ TICKETOFFICE. Tho**n lie inteaJ to purchais rAUroAd or^itsAm^litptlck^t* lo Any pir: of ths world can^*ats from -ii p -r re .t. to si per cent, by ob^^taining tbeoA from 111 All sslsi and rsbitei^cflectsd by u* are (utrantaed. KfrrencM-Th* Silver Bow NatloaV and^Male* N^lug Bask*. TheOldest. Ti;ke: B-olcer in Bu'.te^44 NORTH MAIN SI. Thefirst questions that naturally^present themselves are:^What make shall I get ^ and where^shall I get it Wersrry three of tbe LEADING^PIANOS STECK KRANICH^ BACH^AND HAZELTON Wegive liberal terra*. Call and SmithPiano Co. sj.1N. Mile St.. ttutte. Moil. i55m5s55sB 1Car Folding I^1 Beds^ I $18to $40 I 200odd Parlor Chairs, #7 7C |^$ worth 37.50 at It alt^ pries, OU, 10 ^^' '.Come quick if yoa want %^Ithem at * IChauvin-Fant I^1 Furniture Co. I 42W. Broadway I^Butte. Mont. | S4f^9lI^S4J^3i^^S^S'^'^*-**v*.' PARISIANHOU5B,^rai-Mii, raor. FrenchCleaning ^ Dyeing HO.I b 1 NO ST r^M'H raoCSSf. tetlifactea tiuarnnleed No ^.: .r* 01^I ranch ufflces. No.^^o W Galena Si., cor. ol Dakita, wUTXB,MOKT.