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THE ANACONDA STANDARD FRIDAY MORMNO JANUARY 1 1897.
ButteNews.
RCOIESJNHISTOE!
Montana'sVote for the Men It Has^Sent to Congress.
ALSOTHOSE WHO DIDN'T GO
SandersWas In at the Start, but^bome ~re on the List Who^Have Uropped *Jut^of ~ight.
Thefollowlne tables of the vote by^counties for congressman at iv.rj con^^gressional election since M^t^I terri^^tory was formed ^hi prow ofMaftM^una of value as ^ matt. I ^^t f Mt4i^OCTOLLU M, l-it.^County. ^MM* iW. fi^m. i..MU.faitd.ru.
Madison
Jefferson
Beaverhead
MlsSOUla
peerIxxlgo -'
lhol.au 0
TotalM*-
BEI'TF-MHKK2, 1^I7.
j.m.w. r.
County Cavan.iugh.iMdsf*.
Madison1 ^--1
Jefferson Mi
HenverhcadI '
Missoula IM
peerLodge UN
Choteau
KdgertonMM
GallatinMB
TotalMMMM
AVUl'STlsM.
J. MJames
CountyCavanauBh. Tin is.
Madison Ml
Jefferson ^H
Beaverhead Ml
Missoula ly
DeerI.odfie MM
Choteau
tiallatin BJIM
Lewisand Clarke LU1MH
Meagher hiMl
Totala.*1*.
NBPTBMBER^^, 1^71.
\v.h.E W.
County. ClaBKett.Toole.
Madison IMM
Jefferson MlMl
Hlg Horn M4
Beaverhead 1!^^Mi
Meagher 2j*Hi
Missoula k^^7
DeerLodge 1.13B1.17s
[lallatln 341Ml
Chateau 12*r*
Lewisand Clarke UM*C
Dawson HI1
TotalUNUM
AUGUSTD. HO,
M.Ma-W. II.
County.Kltinls. cluggci t
Madison Kill,v I
Jefferson Ml:;. I
Beaverhead IV.141
Missoula MlM
DeerLodge MiMl
i'hutcuu HIRl
lwls and Clarke MlL^l
Meagher SKI'-'^'^-
Uallatln Hi^Hi
Total4.M3iMI
At'OCSTr., 1^74.
M.M.iginnls. iv Hodges
Madison 7 .1Ml
Jefferson 4 I:M
lteavrhead ii'.'1^!
Missoula 4MIM
DeerLodge Mltill*
Choteau sM
Lewisand Clarke WISMl
Meagh.r ::i:iMs
TotalUMMM
li.illatlncounty rejected tof Illegal re.^turns.
NOVKMliKK4. MM.
M.Ma-K. I
County ilnnls.Leeyltt.
Madison MlMl
Jefferson '^MMl
.Beaverhead il^Hi
MissoulaIM
DeerLodge Miell
Choteau Mi
I#wlsand Clarko IMMl
tiallatin 17111 I
MeagherLWMl
TotalXK1r.WSO
NOVKMliKK:^. MM,
M Ma-Sample
County ^-11111 i -.hit.
Madison MlM
Jtfferson Ml241
BeaverheadMl171
Missoula HIM
Choteau 4::77
l,ewlsand Clarke UM^!^7
tiallatin MlMl
Meagher MlMl
Ieor Lodge 1.742^*.
Custer : 121U
Total6,4vi2,7.'.7
NOVLMUL'lt3. lsvl
M M l- V. I .
County. glnms.S iinl. i s.
Madison HiM
Jefferson HiMl
Beaverhead imhi
Missoula MHI
Choteau (AlHI
Lewisand Clarke 1 .^-^:.1
Meagher MMl
lerr Lodge l,7.V4jMM
Custer IM4X1
Gallatin Ot711
Total7.7VCM
NOVKMKLIt7. MM
M.Ma- A. C.
Countyginiiis. liotkln.
SilverBow I ' ilI.RS
Madison 72m
Beaverhead ..laI
Missoula1 ^
Choteau CMMi
LeWMand Clarke Mil1.111
Dawson SOm
Meagher smkm
DeerLodge Ml
Jefferson fil'i.^1
Custer 1.M1Ml
liallatln LCMMM
Totaliz.T.ts
NOVKMLKU4 ' -I
J.k.Hhraej^County. faille, Kaewtei
MeetBow|,4HtMt
Madison .211
Beaverhead .^.71
Mls-nula I
Choteau4i
Lewisand Clarke MMMM
Dawson gag
Meugher 1.11 J112..
DeerLodge L4*JMM
Jifferson vi 7I
Custer 7.1iim;
GallatinjMM
Yellowstone 4 ,;. 1 j
TotalttSMHJM1
KOTKMBJEBi,
J K.W. F.
County. Tool.-Sander.
Beaverhead Ml
Choteau xi*4:
Custer1.002. _.
Dawson 217ac
AnnaEva Fay, the Fakir, Will Givt^the City the Go-By.
HERTRICKS ARE EXPOSED
Iblnl.the Card Van, Will Enter^^tain the People on Jan. 7 With^His Clever rerformance^-f or Charity.
n'TollKl:,
'nunty
DeerLodge
Lewisanil CI rke
M.agher
OaJMtta
Cascade
Fergus
Custer
Dawson
J.flvrson
Yellowstone
Choteau
Ma.llson
l'ark
(I.a\erhead
Mtesestsl
SilverBow
Total
County.
Deerlaslgs
Lewisand Clarke
Meagher
(iallalln
Cascade
Fergus
Custer
I'a wson
Jefferson
Ycllowstono
Cl'oleau
Madison
I'urk
Leaverhead
Missoula
SilverBow
Total
rorlily
Field
Ml.
IsKI.
Thos.II.^1 ^arter.
..s.tiiSt^.. 740^.. 7vs^.. VIS^... 773^.. MJ^.. ^1^.. 1.211^.. 415
..Ml^.. 744
..1,132
..K7H
..1.710
..3,'^ti
..l'.i,UU
Dixon... 2.147^.. l.k^l
..673
..MJ
..TVt
..MJ
..139
..774
..230
..313
..s51
..6110
..MJ
..MHJ
.3,2!^;^..15.411
MM
glnnis
2.H152.iw!^SS7^502^775^520^4KD^242
MMMJ^:.^'^Ml^aoj^^;^;;
MM
3,4561S.264
Cartit
1.7671.vi2
skiMil^MJ^MJ^Ml
310330^6711^S2II^' 15!1
MM
3.104
1...12K....:^!)^....162
NOVEMHF.Hs, 1x02.
AnnaKva Fay, the ( lever spiritual^^istic fakir, gave Hutte the go-liy on her^MMMM trlf thrnugli the Northwest,^preteMy for the retison that the Stand-^.11i i\ e so^ Ii a 1 horough . gposurd Ml^nearly all her tticks b/MM sin- last vis^^ited this city. The yours vmiun Is^clever, but she disgusts reasonable peo-
1I'lo by claiming that her performances^Here supernatural mid anything but^'I' Vor trickery. Lately she has been^showing in St. I'aul utnJ tin- ptOftt ^^t
!that city are actually taking; her seri^^ously, or rather did until a few ew n-
Ilugs ago, when u rival ^medium^ vis^^ited one uf her public seances and ex^^pos, d her as a l'tiiu.l and at lite MUM
,lime m ai ly 1 rent' 1! u riot.
line11I Miss Kay's newest tricks, or^feats of mind nailing with the aid of^InT Muhattna, was in answering ques^^tions written on curds by people In the^audience. She furnished the tarda and^When they were distributed the rival^^111. ^1 in 111^ tore .me uf them and then
el in the audience ami exhibited a
ii...^ i.r manifold pa put which bs bjtd
foundin tltiter of the 1 ardl oai I.
MissKey and her manager reaelMd the^exposure and a row was narrowly^a. ertedL
Nolliine;so thormigltly kills s^] irltuiil-^HMi magic or nther kinds ^^f trickery^as a knowledge ^.f how It Is doi.e, anil^for that reason imtgicians seldom can^bo Induced to expose a trick.
Alblnl,the Wonderful cant man, eu-
tertiUneda nurnber of newspaper men
alew nights ago with exhibitions of^some nf his remarkable tricks and aft^^erwards explained some of them and^showing how dead easy it was IC v 11^at (ards when a person knows how.^Several of the late Professor Her^^mann's tricks were made so plain find^slmfile as to become uninteresting. The^noted slate writing trick performed by^Anna Kva Fay and other ^mediums^^was lite simplest of all and is accom^^plished by means of a very thin, false^cover on one side nf the slnte. Alblnl^yesterday signed a contract with Mun-^ager Magulte of the opera house to^give a public entertainment next^Thursday evening, Jan. 7, at which^lime lie promises to perform and expose^the famous rllle ball trick of the late^Professor Herrmann. He will allow^half a dozen men to shoot at him with^loaded rilles anil entch the bullets In^his mouth. The entertainment will be^given for the betoefll of the Klorenee^Crittetiiien Rescue Mission, Albini hav^^ing geiicrutisly volunteered to bear till^the expenses of ad vert isi ntr and con-^trlbttta his entire shuie of the receipts^01' the entertainment to the home.
UN.
Cor-Hart-
AT PRAHMAN'a STORE.
1nub rreteked to Ha^H
KioniIke AManta Constitution.
Aworthy coMH I deacon who had^1 ally Impreaai fl upon his only ton and^beif the moral of the QMMfJt Washing^^ton . berry sLu y. was fortunate enough^to tod a fat | ssum recently. He bote^it in tiiunith to his dwelling, and, Ba^^sis!. 1 by his son, rooked It to u Juicy^brow n.
'Now ^ said he, ^ile hi s' way MJt eat^a 'poateura is coMri so we'll Jes' let him^lav in ih pantry, en when mawtiin^1.line h. 11 be tnnre Jucier den ^'Ver!
His^,.tl s. . uicd sadly disappointed,^but he mad., the best of it, and both
retiredfor the night.
The. Id man a ,i^ up early next morn-^ii.g. but th. boy slept on.
nit.a., mug tin- safe the astonished^parent dlacovered nothing but bom s in^tls. dish that had contained the 'pot-^BU0X lb- bronghl the drowsy young^^ster to hi |. . ^ v jth one vigorous Jerk^and dragging him to the scene of tic^wii.'i.. hi said:
What ih es d it mean, eh'.'
Theboy fell ^ his knees nn.l erle.l:
Daddy,1 caa'i tell a lie- l got up in^.!^ alshl en eat it wld my Utile m.nif^^Tl ^ aid man said not a word. MM^dragging the bay to the front door h.^lull 1,1111 by the cellar while he Jerk, d^a pie. .. ..f weatherboaHUM from the
Sideof ttf house.
Daddy.' cried the bov. ^Is you^gwine tee lick me f. r leUta* de truth^'
No' You kinky h. aded debldl, you'^^thundered the ..Id mail, ^I gwlne ter^ft.ui de hide off ye for eatin' de 'pos^^sum!^
Hubacrlbefor the Standard.
TTTmmTTnTTmTTTTT^TMTTTTTTTiTrTmtTimtnmmfTTmTTimTTTTTi^^%. Hennessy'si Hennessy's Hennessy's %
I^Startling:...
IAtoLadies' Wraps. X
STWo htm ttie linost lot of Now Mantles, Jackets and Capes in Butte,
antlThose (Hnil6!ltl are of the very Latest Styles, uf the Newest Materials,
e*ami marked at reasonalily Low Figures. They are in every respect simply
awfatiltless, but we have too many.
EETake Your Choice at Half Price 3
AT ^1 Ladies' and Children's Drosses. Wrapper! and Tea^One-Quarter [ ({owns, Cloth and Silk W.-tists, Boys' Winter Clothing,^- OFF - ^ Knit Underwear for Women and Children, Wool Faa-^We Offer: J cinators and .Mackintoshes.
Catarlaafand Low i'l-ici ^, l ine l.ooih nnd
MejTrade.
The sinssi of the Pra'imun Dry
Goodicompany baa been a auttter of^lurprlae even to patroaa of that poptt
larsi, who s.re familiar with its
manacemenlami tin- bargaini it ofleri^and there is no institution in Bulla on^Which the new year opens more aus^^piciously. The new store,^ as it Is^ci mi tin inly called by many ladies, was^opened on .March 7 last at No. Iff North^Main street and lis growth has been^away beyond the cxpcotati.ins of the^members of the tlrm. The rapidly In-^craaalng buaineea aoon demanded larger
Uarterland In July the entire second
floorwas opened up with mi ratenalva
stuckof ladies' cloaks and suits and
ladl^' fnralablng noods. if there v as^a third Boor to the building it trould
probablybe occupied by thi^ time and^It is not at all certain that one will not^have to be midcd to accommodate the
demandfur mote space. The stmv now^| employs about L'n clerks anil It Is the^^uooeaafal aim al the Hunagrmrnt to^live nil cuatomera the ri rj beat treat-^im tit. It Is Manager l'tahman'n idea^thai COIirte^) is equally as important^as low prie s ami ii is a combination of^these two factors that Is lamely re.^spunslhle for i lie Prahmntl company's^wonderful success.
Somegreat bawnkaf ara promlaed
forthe new year. The prioea of Indies'^cloaks ami i apes w ill be reduced W^per cent and there will be a Kcneral^mark-down from one end of the store^to the other preparatory to taking In^^ventory late in January. The Htock is^new tliroiiithout and In the dress goods^department Includes all of the lutest^weaves and novelties. The linen de^^partment Is also exceptionally strung^nnd the store is right up to date in ev ^^ery department.
I'harles}^'.. l'rahmnn, the manager of^the store, comes from Chicago, where^he wan with Marshal Field ^ Co. for 10^yenrs, and he brings with him all of^Hie hustle and eiieruy that are oharac-^terlattc of residents of the Windy City^and Butte, ilis experience gives him
ameat advantage In buying goods and^the benefit! are shared with the eus-
tomcis.Joseph Broughtoa, the atnlor^member of the llrm. Is a well-known^old-timer In Bvtta, and has conducted^a ^nccemfnl business m WallterTllla for^mole than II ^mrs.
barged WMb gaMilj.
Ilurrlsbiirg.I'enn.. Dec MJL a !ensa-^tlon was cri at.^.! here to-night vv h. n^K. a. \ .111 X alki'iiburg. one of the^Wanamak.r managers, was arrested^on a charge of bribery. The itit'oiina-^liun for Van Valkenburg's arrest was
madeby e. a. oibson before j. j.^Knebler, a PottarilM justice ^^f the^panct, and the \\ unamaker manager is^.barged with having attempted to^bribe Representative Webster*.'. Weiss^early In Oe.emb. r. Mr. Van Yiilkon-^burg demanded an Imm.dlate hearing^and. being guarded by four detectives,^he was taken before Mayor 1'att. rson.^who dechaed to take ball for a hearing^befoie a JiMioe and tui'ie.l him over to
DetectiveM, sweep. ^^ of Reran ton. who^look bini to I'ottuville to-night fur a^hearing to-morrow.
Heeeih .1.
Fromthe Boaton Transcript.^Fn.biv Lat*a aaa, Anne Pulaya had
lor In nd cut off because of her beauty '.'
OudilyYes, but they doi.'t OjOOApt-^tate a woman nowadays because she Is^hands, uiie.
FuddyNo; It Is the fellows who are^thrown into hi r company w ho lose^their heads.
Fromthe Hew York Weekly.^The lmliei of the Christian church
will receive th. ir fihadi Maw Year's
,lavat the church, corner Mercury and^Washington sttv. ts. from 12 to '.^ a. m.
Twoupright pianos, nearly new, at a^great bargain. Stew ai d Music Co., 223^N. Main BtrecU
Babies'Silk Bonnets, all Colon, Ladies' i^^fe^N heavy Cloth Skirts, dark colors, Ladies' Knit- \ M.\U:
tedWool Skirts, all colors..
AT^JAU^I PRICE
DaintySilk Petticoats at One-third Off*,
WHICHMBAKI
A$io,oo Skirt for $6.66.
HENNESSY'S
Butte=s
j.H. LEYSON'S GRAND PRIZE SST Cor. Alain and Park, Butte.
.f'JUO.OOGold Watch will be preeented to the
holderof
TicketNo. 3066
JonxII. BnWAIT, Btiswari Masks Company,^B. B. Calkins, Honks mid Stntioncrv.^Bliii BuoUd, Kegel Clothing Compwij,
Comniittoeen lira .vim
AVery Gappy New Year to All
J.H. LEYSON,
221X. Main Btreet, Butte. Mont.
Opticiannnil Jeweler
THE
FinestMade
IS
OurMotto
Ft-nutifnlporeelain Tooth, hrmitifully nnd smVtAiil inl'y inftdr. MflMl tit, i^*'rf'v't r'-piotliiotion of^tli*' natural feafuros, an ahsoluti' liiitiruntto with every platy,
OnePrice, $|0.00 P** s^t.^Absolutely Painless Extracting by Our New Process
Ni-v.tF^H^.
CROWNAND BRIDGc WUKK AT LOWEST RATES
W.H. WIX, D. D. S.
Broadwayand Main. Huttel'ni\.T^ity of Pennsylvania Graduate
WANTED
QOOMEN AND WOMEN
tom Tiii-:
ooo
Thesi IhHM Uet finest in the Wirthw.-si. We refer you to anyone who^has plven our baths a trial. Those trmilileil with Tihetmiatism, Neiiralixia.
PyapapaaaarOaaaral iioiiitity win timi those baths ^iii Kive thorn immediate^raliafi Oarreapaa^4attoa aoUi Iteift.
C.R. BURKET, Prop..
PipestoneSj ringt, Mont.
OJTI0HM.
P.A. i-arifpyPreeliient
C.H. l'iilm tVice Preiitlent
T.M. lloilg-n!Caihler
MlIn rapltal, llfO.000.
Burplusand undiviiled proltts, i'iO.000.
TJaderstulo supervision and lurlsdlo.^tlon. Interest paid on deposit!. Sell, ex^^change available In all the principal^cities of tlie I'nitcd State! and Europe.
Celiactleaeatten^ie4 to promptly. Trana^^act a gaaaral kaaklai bvslaaMi
Directors.P. A. Laffttp,c. H. Pa'mar,
G.W. Stapleton, A. II. Ilarret,^E. I^. baWvitt,F. K. Wilaon,
N.Y. Kemper,F. T. IK'liride.
'.^f. Horlrena.
AHUSKriENTS.
MURRAYOPERA HOUSE
JohnKasulre, Maaiiai
ThreeXiRhts and New Tear's Matinee,
BealnningTHURSOAT, DHC 31. im.^Appe.trnnrp of laa ever-weleomo Come-
JOHNDILLON
And his admirable company In that^strong motivo of hilarity.
Wantedthe Earth
PopularPrleaa^Ml and 11.00. Mating^pri. i s, Hi and CH)c.
ii
WHATHAS ''FEN WANTEJ
HASAJUttYKD IN HUTU
AMMeans^aVUUM l ^^ HBU
THH
NewFuneral Director
Lateof Caluim-t. Uloh.. has otH-noJ Fine^L'niK'rtaklni; Farlnrs at^lilt i:n^i HniHilw iy^where he hus a ooni|^lete line of DM ^^^takina lloiMls in all Its braiutu s. i::a-^lialmina neatly done. Tele|^lione in eon-^motion. KlKhl bell on at on- door. Night^and day culls promptly att.ii.'i l 1o Sit-^aaTai Itaa ^:uaraiite^l or no ^ aura.. Ten^years actual t\|nri.^jcn.^Telephono 31L Reeidence, 4'W \V. Porphyry
Subecrlbefor the Standard.
haveioua
SHIRTSMADE TO ORDER
Wemake White Shirts from O.Ij to^t: Suits to ordi r from HI apt l'ants to^erder from Ii up. Samples p^ nt by mail.
\l .1 I ) X LT ) V
KEast I'.roadway. Near rcstotT.ce.
COALand WOOD
Tei.eimionk1^2
P.W. MURRAY
201S. Main. BtlWt Butto, Mout.
MURRAYOPERA HOUSE
JohnMagulre, Manager.
ThreeNights and Wednesday Matinee,^BBQINNINO MONDAY, DHC :8.
Cossrove^ Grant's Comedians
TlioOraat Laughing Sure, ss,
THEDAZZLER
Th. We at at and ltriglitest of all Farce
remedies.
rainMrPrieaa^Ml and u cm. scats an
nowon sale.
...CASINOTHEATER....
BUTTS,Mi int.
Mi i k ill' MM ftf f MH M
Thegnat- st Novelty Show on earth.
AMaafaMaaaHa MMtottalaara, aiaMai by
theworld famous wonder worker Alblnl.^The world's greatest male Impersonator,^Klla Wesr.tr; I'ngland's greatest charuc-^t,r (hinge artist. Nellie Magulre; ths^great whirlwind dancer. Freda Moloof;^the charm ter vocalist and burlesque ar^^tiste. Miss Laura Arnold; the California^knockabouts. Itafferty and Thornbill;^America's Irish character vocalist. Fran^^cis Silver; and our nil-star novelty com^^pany In Ihe ureat l urlcsi|ue of
lNh'N.IT TO 1^ATI'.
unTonfamily theater
Cor.I'trk ai d Montana Sts.
WMHIOV PMC to jan. t
TenNights in a Bar Room
Temprance w^H'k Kxtra matinee Fri^^day. Jan. 1. a Happy N. w Year. It Is the^lit st of a year. Turn over a new leaf.
Prlceaof Admission: F.venlng prioei. IT*.^JTs and M.itiiKe Saturday nnd Sun^^day at |aM Children, lie; adulta. 2Sc^Nixt week Tit for Tat; or a Horn Liar.
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