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THEANAOONDA STANDARD, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. 1893.
Buttene\vs.iTremendous
RevolutionIn.,
MAYBETHEY'LL COME
Pennsylranii'sProposition h Taken^Under Discussion.
DECIDr TO-DAY PROBABLY
AnIntorcitlng Summary of the^Great Cams of Football aa It^Haa Progressed During tha^Season In tho tast.
Atelegram H^a received by Mana^^ger McMillan j MM day from UM^Iim.i team stating tin- aino'iiii
vhl. h il could romi' In Itlltte. The^guarantee demanded la somewhat^than had lieen (lguro.i ^m anil^tin matter la ^^w win dlaruaakm.^A derision v pr.ibai.ly l^^- rosy asd^t..-,lav and If Usl Huttrs Ma their way^Hear t^^ ruirn ^^u^ even on tin' Kaine,^Pennsylvania's proposition will, no^iloul.l. Iw accepted.
Tli.'N' ^ Y 'rk \\'i^rl^t liaa ompil.-'l^the fnltnwlnsj rwMrd of the Irtwlintr^f,^ il ill fanw if ^tvc country for the^|^r^ s -n: aeon
;,!)^-Point' Scored
p!it I W ^! I/.St. S. m--I. V .: i
Dess and Rancy ^Silks
SilksAlmost Given Away
m,ACK AND COLORED SATIN. ^^ahadox an.I regular W and TV quallly
St'RAIland JAPANKRK SII.KS. black^or colored, all pure - IK north 7V any-^where, all prettiest shade.)
I1I.ackiirocai'f.h sii.ks worth^ii B an,i K.'V yunl, in il.^.uit ^id^handsome dculgns. iii-a^'k i'UYSTM,^liciiKaltue. ^f rich, st iM^ ^ t an,i rasMy^a-ortk ^i n sajafl ijkst ' oit'is DM^1/il'DltKX.' a perfect ^llk, worth ii ^'^^^. n,| hakk fancy SII.KS rich ^^il
(inuiioun nr iw-Nt eatses, worth ii H aa i
S.Syar^l. all at
25cyard^25c yard
$1.00yd
SATINDIVHKH8K. black or colored, a
and27 Inches wide. retails at 11.25 and^ E C
tl.Myard, all best color*^ #J
BLACK ARMI'KFS AND BKNUAI.-
1NKS of eilia quality, other (torea^7 C C
chargerji a yard/ jj
BLACKSATIN. 24 Inchei wide, heavye^P/*
linenback, worth |l .M in any cityJ
75C50C
yardyard
50cyard^$1.50 yd
COURTENAY,CASE St CRHVELLE C07^PAnV
FANCYSII.KS, every variety of iihade.^avery possible combination of color, all^pure Milk. and worth UM a yard; best^drslK^^ obtainable for wutsts or dress^trimming*
75C
yardyard^yard
yard
BLACKBROCADED SILK, rich and ele^^gant pattern, of latest design*, floral^scroll or fancy figures, actual value^II.a and 11.50
FLACKSATIN DICIIKSHK. Mcrveil.^leuan or Khadam. 20 Inches wide, in su-^Ban 7V und 11.00 qualities; every inch
pureallk
BLACKBROCADED SILK In rare artls-^tlc designs and alwaya aold at II ml^yard. With theaeoffer FANCY
SILKof superior weave and BtetttaM^combinations of harmonloun coloring:
cheapeverywhere at 11.it); all at
BLACKHHOCADED SILK Black Bro-^cadcl Silk, richest designs and finest^^ilk. always sold at |2.i^i and K.:t) yd. . .
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TheWorld haa th.- following n stimc^.^f th^ fintlwill sw^on which lias cliis.^l^In 4he East:
'liemHmM f'^^ll^all neajion 'if UM^h.i^ .-ii I I the pi is li.-n^^ laid ^,^^^^^tli ir ban r- ami Ilk- rtgomus traln-^lin; of nnmtba h:u^ I^ 11 broken. To^^oma ^f them the rvnt and n In r from^Hnxtctv comes with ^^yful rallsfac-^lioii. ^hl^ t ^ otln-rs wdth imp Salt*^|e^lntni, iit and rhi^ ^l^^ci-ni!nalion to^win U tier t\^rtiii ^^ !^^^ fall. The m a-^won his ben a imi-tn-ula 1 lv foifunHte^one f..r Hi - iT'imc from lln- lad that^there have UN fewvr tnjurlen. hum^w|iiaLlillti(t and rotiirh play. Not a^man h is I ^ 11 put off the Held for
ThlKewUMf la a r,end 4o !^^^prou.l of. and all lo\ era* of the t*(H^rt^mttrbt ^vll isinxrafiliate the pUyvra^fin- tic ir ni inb action In kis-|^inif thi-^rWrly 1 Ii tn^ nls mil of the Kame.
Inth.. cm.^-is between th^ Illff^F nr Harvard. Yale. Princeton and^1'cnns^ 1\.1111 i ih, ic ha\o bevn sur-^prl*^ and diaapiwilnttnenta, but I^think I am warranted In wtylnK flic^l^^t bum ahvayn w^m. There have^l^ cii no fluke or luck w ins, but^hard. Intelllirent plnylnir haj^ ncc'tin^l^every lime a merited victory.
Princeton,both from the Imlni.l^ual ,|iiiillfli-ail'iii of her playcrx ami^her b un work. de*^rvif^ th^- tltk^ of^champion. In b'tli of her lari;. 011-^t -sts she domoiistinted lier supe riority^lllnl gave an cxh Idtlon of Kl'lentillc^fmdball that will b^^ long remrmU-re I^and talked of at Cnmbrl^lKe. I'layliiK^on h'-r rival's ground, ^hc cni'ountensl^a surprise in llarvanl'a nublsrrn re-^wixtance Unit might well have broken^up any I-.sin's efllclewy. but I Ills did^not hapiH'ti to th^^ Naamti conllngeiil.^The, .11.1^' ' i'. .I f. r I he siiiiml ball as^pool all I termined as ever, uu.l^forced 111^ ^^iiiiim.ii to .K'kiiow U .lge d '- ! **^''^ In^^f,^t bv Iho sore of 12 to II. II hna^I... n .1 feature issullar to every game^thai I'i-iiic*ton has played (hat her^men pla^ -.1 letter ball the last half^than the Ural, and every minute a,In,,I !^: ,t v\ ,111 He pc n . ne-llt.
Illthe Y . I. , ime th,- Ti;;ei ^ gave^th- pr-tti, , \i ibilion of f,s (ball^s,s^n ^n many .1 da\. Not knowing the^Utter u.iakn .--s ..f Yak 'a def, ni*'. they^tilled ii|^ 11 H.urd s kicking to win th^.^ibi) V il, ^ ni-h rs were t,Hi expert^In blocking kicks to jxtmlt of Ibis,^and I'riucvt.'ii una i n, . I 1,, adopt the^rttCMlag (MM, Tin- comph le change^of their pi. 11^ .an- d 11, I a s ml.lance^of a rattl in.I llalr.l himself. hH^main useful-i..~s sp.dleil, was the cool^^est man on the Hold. It oertaJnly^show^sl great g^ nernlahlp. and this^a I 1 m ^^ I' in- a'de to adapt thein-^s l\ s to any kind of piny was the^prim ^ fact. ^^ in Iholr Kttrsvw. They^Vkayid g. ^ 1. op a r^H^tl^nll and w^^servol lo win.
Affairsnt N.-w Haven were In 1111^1111- Ml. I ci iidlMon during the , ntne^M m CapUia Murpby started with^poor mat, 1-. 11, and aa iiiuount of work
oraaaeaaaa taaM mend aiallwa it
;i' Hi^ kltid of a 11st)in thai had ^off^aixl on days ^ Tin v nhow, ,] at HaM
thattin \ ciild play with the pro|^-r !^spirit, aid then Cay would v|nk down 1^to freshman form. The casv with I
whichtaaaai m*m ,1 apaa laaaa aTaian il^tin awaltaMa ..f tia ir dacaaaa, and it
'^ with th, llghltnw
ofthe nn ti to Isihater it up Thev |^am ie a !^ am of substitute* and did the .^l^-s[ th. i ,s.n! 1 T|,.. fact thai 1 hoy I
d.'. ,: I bv n aW Hi 11. w llil'e
Inaralagthe r,siin^-s .^f Taif men, te^mally a g'ssl thing for the sport. The^championship should change hands^^^^na^.|,.nally far u*. ImssI Interrats of^taa k in: llan.ird at 1rt.1l out tins^Hvwaon to p;,i^Htraighl f.axUill.
andto do away with what has been^aaltfd the papier gnnie. c.nip.. 1^most v . r ,lal^ ~ne trick*, sh- has^aurely bii^ken awav from h.r old^^n^s and although defeated Iter mip-^p iiTs must [.-. I cn,niirag.il over her^nhowing. with th, mateiial that ,.|i-^tf-m Camhridgv fp,n, paaf to aaaf^tbrc la no ti-ason for h r non-suc-^eus* io\!ng themen Ui Praaar-
^m. : Yah- , l'iiiiil,..,n^hl|^ form would^bf rvw h-ii In la .11 ^r,k-r The iafBBI^haa I'-. 11 mi h. r -vm.-oi of play. Thla^jr*^r iwrtl-uUrly I think sh.' a-ork.il^th, 11 ^ |ai hanl at the atari, judg.
Ink-f1 th- iui nler .,f a.idd. nts
Thenuini^r .,f crlpplca ^^c^a^ilaaoaa^of an^ , r h- r rn
.Th- timkers aapi w.srrbij an I^I,Trass nil .|,v Igat 1 1
ani-.ngtlw. i,k^y.T^, Tnfir form wxajkl^^;n^ ' ^ ^^ ^^^ .1 n.it^* hlrhs-r r^^^'^^^^ ... , unf. riuiiat- . ^ -^ftlinstan,,. V. p. reived a s, v, re^ab-sk to h.r oonMcooa In h.-r .1. 1 at
I.) 1.1 fay. m ^ |, ,!^, tmm a ,,.
' ^^' : s4iow.il th-ni i-'
ii.i e ^, ^ ^^ ...... ,.,^ fU,^K,llt ,., , ...
In ^ ' ^I should 1, lv
Ilk,I to^a.i^ h.^r atrk* of play op.ut
nns^ ,.i.ia^ otuek to the
rtnwmm ivs alyl- She had a^strong, hvuvy line ami iuv.1 II t^advantage. The ba.ni :w u^iiaild not compare with that
pal, g,..,l
nole
,flast
,ke
y.nr. Th. y mis-se.l th - might^ III^and agile little Williams
'It a ditllcult to ^rran.;e Hal ,.r.b r I^of the Dig F' ur d I'mil. I^. but on n^basts of s^i^n^ In the hi* mati-hea It^nni-l I..- -t ,|. .1 1 hui l'i 11. . 1 .11. of^r airs... iiii.|U.i4tlonnbly lint; I'enn-^ayUaiwi hteh defeated Harvard bv^it narrow- 1 I^. men.I. Han ai l.^third. Inasmucli as h. 1 defeat b^^I'm; -.-ton waa not so d.i slve i^^Tata'*, and lh^- New llu\ 11 1 am^whore It Is li 't a. 11st. tiled to Is',^last.
LASTOFJTHE SERIES
Ihe Lecture by the Visiting and Dis^^tinguished vountess.
Thereis Nothing New Under the Son.
Thisremark Is often made, sometimes discussed, but ever repeated.^We are not now taking atnek of what might be aald for or against It. aa^we .ii,. nutlsth-d that w can convince uny 0111 1h.1t IMtr n^w brand of goods
AWORD TO MEN AND WOMI.N
GASINOBRAND
bhePresents Hor Ideas In a Lucid,^Logical Manner, and Her^Arguments Lear the im^^print of Slncortty.
ACILKlUHNbRS.
A Splriiillii l^lilbllboi of Hie lirrillllll
Systemof Paaabjai Oaaawa,
Theexhlbllmi given by the c.erman-^Amerlcan Turn Van in y slciday after-^neon at Its hall In West Broadway was^enjoyed by 11 large crowd. The exhi^^bition was an illustration of the let^mail system of physical culture and^was one of the liesl athletic perform^^ances all the way through that has^ever la-en seen In Itulte. Every nimc-^ment was executed with unusual pre*^clslon and correctness and In a man^^ner Unit reflected great credit on Rob^^ert Schneider, the club's Instructor.^Fifteen active Turners, a clans of 12^girls from 4 to 14 years old. and a hoys'^class of about the same ages partici^^pated In the performance, which was^so long thai it took three hours without^Intermission to complete It. The pro^^gramme consisted of wand exercises,^horse vaulting, exercises on the parallel^and horizontal bars and the forming^of pyramids by the active turners, In^^dian 1 lug swlnglag by Max Meyer, and^free exercises, side vaulting, dumb bell^exercises, climbing, Jumping, bottle^play and cat and mouse play by the^children's classes.
HURTtamo
UNDtRQROUNU.
theto.-, n
Hi^-11111111 Injure.) In^Mountain Mine.
JamesRrennan, foreman of the tin-en^Mountain mine, was severely Injured^by n fall of ground about 4 o'clock yes-^nftenio.in. He sustained an^ugly scalp wound which laid I he skull^bare, 1 wo bad cuts on his face and Ills^idlest was s. \ erely bruised and con^^tused He was taken to the Sisters'^hoepltaj, where Ills Injuries were at^^tended to. He was spilling blood Inst^evening. Ian it was not thought that^that came frOM his lungs. Ills condi^^tion Is not regarded as dangerous, un^^less Home Internal injuries, of which^there nr,- at present no indications, arc^de\ eloped.
ARBITRATION.
ToAdjust the IMIHcully lloieilng titer^1i1, lip..11. House.
ItIs thought very likely that the^trouble over Mngitlre's opera house w ill^be sell led to-day. The arbitrators ap^^pointed by the building trades council^and James a. Murray will meet at ID^o'clock this morning la select the third^arbitrator. If a third man is agree,I on
withoutdlnValty nothing, apparently,
.anprevent 11 settlement of the dllli^cully.
FATHERtJALLAUHLR.
lieWill I III the PSjbaB1 During Faliler^Hat. 10' Absence.
FalberIStsf C.allagher preached the I^sermon at St. Patrick's church last i^evening. Father t.allagher has arrived I^to take Father Patens' place during^the bitter's absence In Belgium. Father^tlallagher met many of the members^of the parish before and after the set \ -^Ice and all were favorably Impressed^wllh Mm.
DOWN AND OUT.
Mo- tiroun.l *h|iilrr.-l ^llne Is 4'bised^t'mluihlt b^ a Dispute.
Theliround Squirrel mine closed^! down Saturday, throwing about '.'11 111,11^i out of employment. The shut-down Is^I supposed to be ow Ing to n dispute over^i the ownership of a fraction of lite^I claim.
ANTfcUP.
:To-Dat is ah ihut laaarsaaal ii.twem
Lh|iddnlln and ^ iii I'rr Out. I'rintlty.
ThisIs the last day for the payment^of taxes without penalty. Those who^h ive not paid up and don t pay lo-day^^ will have to pay 11 pemijly of in p i^cent. In a.Milieu to the taxes. It la^thought that the dellnqaetil list this^xcar will not l^- us large us usual.
I.utilesAppreciate
Arood remedy, and there is not any.^thing on the market that equals^French Tansy Tablets for the rell^f
andcure of painful or irr. gulsr^menses. These tablets remove till ob^^structions, no matter what the cause.^Manufactured by a. Augeudre, Paris,^Fran. ,., and for sale only by D. M.^NSir bra Drug Co.. Hutte. Mont., sols^j sg. nts. Price. M per box; sent by^Basil securely sealed.
m-ae.but P
KatieSullivan, daughter of John^Sullivan of No. North Main street,^dl.d yestenmy. The funeral will aa^lu ld from the residence Tuesday at 2^.' lock p. m.
Highestof all in Leavening Pon/cr^ latest U. S. Gov't Report
BakingPowder
ABSOLUTELYPUBE
TheCounl.ss Wachtnieisler lecturetl^yesterday afternoon at Stecs' hall on^^Man and Woman, the Masters of^Their own liestiiiioH.^ ami if any one^in llic audience had an Idea that the-^oeophy lean.il to fatalism the notion^was alnndon. d before the lecture was^coinoletiil. The countess show.il that^,ach one In the posseswion of his free^will had in his own hands his destiny.^The levture was chiefly ilevotcd to the^thought^the power behind every act^of human life As 0110 thinks, she ar^^gued, so he acta, and his actloiia build^up the character not only for this life^but for tho future life. The prime^necessity of controlling thoughts waa^Imprceecd upon the minds of her au^^dience. If evil thought* assail one,^Instead of controlling and thus feed^^ing them, we should turn to things^more pleasant. To build up the true^man It is nec^weary to feed the body^on pure food, control dewlre, concen^^trate the mind and think spiritual^thought.
Inthe evening the oufrtess spoke^on the ^Social Evils of the Day.^ She^began her lecture by explaining that^there at a unity running through tin-^whole creation by the same law that^controls the affairs of men. Animals^form themselves Into social communi^^ties, all working for a common frodd.^It Is only the man stage of evolution^that the avnac of ^I am I.^ the actise^of separation. In which one soca that^he Is not his n-.|ghl^or, but himself,^and thai It la lo his intcreet to do for^himself In spVte of what bis fcilow nian^has developed. Then commences the^struggle for existence, each trying to^snatch from any and nil others the^good things In life
Th..countess s|~'ke briefly 011 edu^^cation and ohowiil that solflshnee* la^eng.mleiiil from the v , ry e arliest age^by font, ring ambition In the youth^and (he desire to hn'ome a self-made^man Drunk.'tinnw was then taken^up and its horrors put forward In^r..ilisllc colors. The Roman debauch^^ees. In their drunk, nness, never^showed the maddening Influences pro-^due I In our own lime by strong^drink In the 17th century the dan^^gerous and deathly art of distillation^came to us. Hy this praaaai the al^^cohol Im came separated from the pro-^duet in which nature had Involved it,^thus strung drink, containing oil was^rendered a dangerous poison. It was^lirsl ns d as a specific for the plague.^It then canre into usse as a medicine^and lastly as a beverage. Then when^Hi' chemical effects begun to declare^ilc mselves, a. iwralysls look place In^the brain and spinal cord, and it la^said 1 hat the brain once so affected^n. ver regain* Us proper activity.
Thecountess declared that the best^remedy against It waa vegetarianism,^for it Is well known that no vegetari^^an has ever t**en a drunkard. In eat^^ing mult we take on the ph\ si -al 111-^lure of the animal, thus IncreoslnsMhe^lower passions within us. She dw. lt^on the cruelties of the slaughter^houses, saying th.U If every man were^bis own butcher titer.' wtiuld Im- fewer^meat mters. The countess then turn^^ed to the poKlHon of the women of the^day. stiying that man and woman^weni not separate beings, but were^bolh halve* of one whole. Neither w-as^high nor low. The right is his who^can recognise it. A perception! of^right by any living being carrle* with^it the idea of Hie exercise and enjoy^^ment 1 f that right. Tho countess de^^nounced In severe language the Im.^molality of the present day. and said^t't.il If women would i nly take up the^cudgel in the defense ,1' rhclr weak,^unfortunate Batter*. the foundling^hospital* would ho les-.- w,;i fill d. Wo^^man is punish. ,1 by desert kin; the^man Is allowed to go scott free and^even to uastn-late wild pure-minded^woman and I^ marry .1 pure young^girl wMl - he has a Ida k s-t.iin on lit*^soul, if woman would only ttffsaMM^pul.licit ami cover with opprobrium^t 10 man who ruin* n \oung girl there^Mi 1 Id ha more exemption from such^crimes.
Thisis Hit- UlM of the series of lec^^tures that the count -ss has delivered
.I'h c;t) Those who hate hoard^h.-r admit that she praaatfl h.-r hi, as^In a lucid and legion' manner and^that h.r arguments bear the imprint^of sincerity and earnest imrpose. She^^ ^. nsiders that it I* not a new- doctrine^she tea ho* but a sub'lme philosophy^of life that has been gl. an.'d from the^w is.loin ^ :' the ages and I* now- eom-^pe.-h. nsively cxpress.il In the word^rlicuBophy.
fV7 i;,Hids sebvled now may be re-^^sWfaaaan.-d and paid for during th-^holidaya
New designs In ws!! paper at^Schstxleln's. 14 W. Broadway.
Home-manfarturedReady Mixed^paints at Schataleln'a,M W.Broadway.
TheAnaconda Standard one v. ar I n.^The morncro Is.und Pictorial W'ondet-^Isnd g-k-s free ns a premium.
Bet,the display at Calkins'. '
Isthe most attractive, both in quality and appearance, on the market.^They have been put up. not to equal other brands, but as the best. Un^^der this brand is packed canned fruit, vegetables, meats, flsh and table^condiments, and we psfl assured that a trial order of these goods will sat^^isfy the most fastidious taste. It Is the selling of such goods as these that^has made the White Front the great grocery emporium for family trade,^and ever Justifies the remark that
Ifyou buy your Orooorios ut Courtney's they are good.
WiteFrdDnutt (Krocseiry
THOMASF. COURTNEY
308,310, 312 N. Main StreetTolophono 185
AutOgraphiCRegisters.Every Ob^rvl*f Merchsnt Will Concede...
THAT* bis .tally I forgotten rltarKes exceed*1*1).OS
illrilfr,tm i ,|in|^titcs over ^ecunts circcis. JSt
Thesuvlngof one-half hour's bookkeeping work
dally.Is worth at least ^*
ma a method which checks his cash account, en-^^^ iw5IB forces honesty and accuracy among his em-
PSjjSBrployes. and advertises his business every time
TAVijfWS\he makes a aale, will surely benefit him to the
vjy^M8extent of -W
vBLtSMfTotal of thlngi eonled pj.32
VurtXKEEXI'ENDITIRE.
ttavhfeyi The dally cost of our system for average slxe
storeIs less than 10.06
Excess of results over expendltia/es 10.24
scsajBBBBsjpassaanaaF*-
MontanaElectric Co. Oen'I Afts. ^^ ^ ^-^^^ M^^t
IA. F. BRAY I
|Only Exclusive Jobber and Wholesale S^Grocer in Western Montana*
AQRNTFOR THB
BSweetheirt Meats, .
SuccessMilk,^^ Anderson Preserying^ Co.
ofCamden, N. J.^u Erie PreserTing Co.
ofBufialo, N. T.^p Fergus Mills ^Big A^ Flour,
Id-iLl.llllATI-in
Winslo\T,Rand ^ Watson's
QuakerRolled Oats and
NnlavenaFlakes, z^Jarris Celebrated
BlackberryBrandy ^^and Borazaide,^Hotel Brunswick and Rail Splitter Cigan.
ZExclusiya 7X T~^iCD 7X \/ Ii =:
ZWholesale rt. l^ *-j jTv^V. i Retail^. Z
ETelephone 473East Park, corner Arizona St
ForXmas
Dolts,Toys. Hooks, Game ft. any-^tliltiK a'lj ^'V^*rythinii that you or^the children ran possibly need or^wish l'i^r. We woult] like you to^flee our big has* rneiit bazar, rjOxKK^fet t. $Xkm4 to overflowing with th^^iiewi-Ht llolblay (iooiU that the^markets of the world oan furnish.^If you can't come and see It, do^the ni'Xt best thin*^ write to us^^and we will send you a price list^from which you can select all the^holiday Klfts you have to buy. HI*^discounts to Hunday h- hool com^^mittees for gift* or treo furnish^^ings.
WEINSTEIN'S,Heleia
Montana'sHrcatrst Store.
TheLeading Business Firms of Moataai
ASMAVKUs.
TiaoaTTiuaaT-
Offlcehalf a block north of F. 0k
410North Main St.. Butts.
at.E. MATER. Assayer^Samples by^mall or express will receive prompt and^careful attention. Gold and silver bullion^a specialty. No. 40 West Park street.
Butte.P. O. Box Sll.
gkoce1m.lOAJMiWOUD ^ HEZNO^-
Orocsra.
RensbtwBuildingButta
netI.IST.S.
DR.T. A. 0RI0O-
OCULIBT.Praetlos limited to Eye, Ear, Nose,^Throat and Chest. Office. Postofllcs build^^ing, a East Broadway. Butte. Mont.
T.G. HEINE, M. D.
SI'ECIAI.IHT.-^-^J [ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nosa and)
Throat.
OfflceHours^9 a. m. to 1} m. and from^1 to G and ^ to 8:30 p. ra. Offlce rooms-^^16, 17 and II Iazxle Block, Butte, Mont.
DISEASESOF WOHEN.
DR,CRUTCHER,
DunnBltiek, (Jroat Falls, Mont.
jJheater
BUTTS,MONT.
TheIliKli-ClaKS Novelty Temple of tha^West. The only bouse between CblcaKo^and Han Francisco playing Kastern At^^tractions.
NEWARTISTS EVERY WEEK
Openthe year round.^ADMISSION 25 cenU
MikadoRestaurant,
15W. GRANITE St., BUTTD.
FirstClass Table Board
BYTHE DAY OR WEEK.
IHTTHilMKAI.81 .
BOARDBY THm WEHKB OO
MBAI.TICKKTS. good for 21 meals.. 6.M
GIVE;US A CALL.
NESBITTSISTERS,
15.W. Uranite St., Butte.
TheCash Clothing Co.
NoPlace Like It to Duv
Men'sFine Neckwear, Shirts, Half Hose or Hats
WeMake a Specialty of Men's Underwear
BetterGoods at IstVM Prices Than Any House in Butte. Everything h^Must be Kight iu Every Respect, or Your Money Back. ~
CASHCLOTHING COMPANY,
_DRS.MURRAY ^ FRam.
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