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THEANACONDA STANDARD! SUNDAY MORNING, JULY iff, 1H!^7.
ButteNews. ^- MontanaOre Purchasing Com^^pany Can Build Its Dam. SUITSTARTED IN A ROW JudgeLindsay Doee Not Attempt to Con-^atme tra^ Meaning or the Lease^^The B ^ B. Ik Not Using the^Land at Present. ju.1k. Lindaay yesterday mnrnlnn^made ^ ile^ Islon In the injunction ns.^of tho Huttc A Peatow tM^aaalnst the Montana Ore Pvrcaj^romiutny and another In the , .^where the parties to the anion were^reversed and both were decide I la^favor of the Montana ^ ^ro I'm. basing^company. The ^uita grew out of the^recent aaatroearsy ore* a water ditch^constructed n\.r the 1!. ^ 1!. ground bythe m ^t. j'. Oa., watch aaarlj lav volvinlthe ^ tnployi s of the. did^companies In u pitched battV Baca^company had the other eajolned and^both caeee came up for beartBC bi -^fbre Judge Lindsay a work BS*^ ^^^^tlnns to dissolve the Injunctions. The^judge. In passltiK u|^on and dlaaolv^Ins the taaaporary injunction obtain-^ed against the Montana ^'re Purchas^^ing^ company b^ the Huttc .\ lioj-iint,^aaid: Fromthe testimony IntroduI at thehearing apea the atotion to dis-^aolve the Injunction Baaetoforc laaued,^It appears to the court that the in^^vasion of the alleged rights of the^plaintiff will not result in atrkiUI In-^Jury' to Its pmperty, and that sui h^Injury. ^ any, as has . nsned. ^ an be^adcquattly toinpcnsated in .latnacs:^and It being furthermore admitted^that the premises u]hch v hlch a ^llt^ h^was being constructed by the d^ read^ant Is baron and of no inline .Ii^^t.^uae and of little material valae to the^plaintiff, it would seem that no pt r^^nianent Injury to the soil can i Bythe lease under which the Mon^^tana Ore Purchasing c.impan^ ^ lain -.^the rrantee therein Is give n the right^to flood and store ^rater upon the peer^tlon of the premises of the plaintiff thereindesignated, the latter c panyIs not restricted with regard to^the construction of ditch, s to rneani^of which it inuy at ore attch water; as^a matter of t.i. t not lung ll written^In the h as., con.-, ruing the . .metro*^^tlon of any ditches, but. so long as^the right to stoic- pratei is (ranted,^that eertalalj carries with ii. la aa^Incident, ill.- rlghi to tie construction^of such dams ami ditches as ina.v lie^necessary to an attainment at the^primary object of the has., and so longas the defendant. In puiMianf whatseems b^ 1m. its right, restricts^itself to the cxei.ise c.i iis leaaeeaenl^upon the propert) deecribed la said lease,the plalnlitT cann.il . ..mnl.iin. The.cull will not at tins LlBK . R^deavor to construe the lease under^which the defendant clalma, although^It is manifest that the Montana tire^Pur. basing company has not exceeded^Its rights thereunder, the Halt) A^Boaton Coeeolldavtrd Mlnlni coeapaay^Is not using the ground in controversy^and evidently has no present use tor^It, and if the cowl aaatertooh lo n-^fuse tc. .ii-sniv tin leaaporary hijunc-^tion such action would uni|U^t^tionnhly^result in inuc h more injurs to the de^^fendant than to the plaintiff. TheCalifornia authority I rat ^|iiot-^.1 by cuuusel for the phiintilT and aa^whic h he nli.s to retaMtah Hi. posi^^tion aaaumed by him. was tendered^in a suit dissimilar in the fa ts In^^volved, to the cast at bar; in that^cause, the principal ciuestlon vvus^whether an easement to tun water^over land in an open flitch would be^satisfied by oarryiMI the water In a^closed pipe anil tie court held that^It would nut. In this suit the main^question Is as to the right of the de ^^fendant to construct any kind of a^ditch. It having liven granted the right^to flood and store water upon any of^the ground belonging to the plaintiff^lying east nf a. designated line, and I^sm satisfied that an easeuieal to atari^^water upon properly necessarily car-^rb3* with it the right to cosjetruct^aut h flumes and ditch, m as may lie n -^quired to conduct the same. The suit^of Miller vs. Bristol, decided by th.^aupreme court of Massac liiis. tts, also^cited by counsel. Is nut In point, in^that action the court determined that^the grantee had no right to ennstmc i^a ditch on the grantor s adjoining land^to conduct water to a mill tint.'.'^leased, which said mill was situated^on other property belonging to the^arrautor. The defendant in Ibis action^does not seek; tee Interfere with oilie r^than the land claimed I \ it unci, i the^easeme nt granted. Theline designate d by the leaae^^within which water ma) be alored,^via: that portion of the land of th^^party of the Brat part, tvmg cast of^the Solatia in I'.oil.. Rallwai com^^pany's embankment. Indlcatea lha^western Imunelary of the ground tii^^^n^wbi'ti an .as. me nt v ... giant. e| and^the argument of counsel thai neither^the railway company nor tie defend-^ant had any tight to taise said em^^bankment to tlie prose ni helghl la theGREAT 333 cashGROCERY 20c We guarantee the quality of our^goods. Our prices speak for th m^aelves. Bt'TTBrt:Beet Creamery, per pound. CUBBSEqc.^Full Cream, two pound! for^6JC COFKKKArabian. Lion or XXXX. two ^j-^pacluces forZDC laABD:Five pounds best fear, 40c Aaour space here is limited wo can-^Bat quote you as many pricea as we^would like to, hut call and get our^pricea on other goods and you will he^convlnred that we sell the beat^for leea money than any other store in^Butte. TheGreat 333 CASH6K0CERY withoutava l. as. In the judgment of . theconn. ih^ elevation of the em^^bankment at the date the lease was^enter. ^i Into, could not have been at^all considered, hut the same was re- i^fern el to l.v dial instrument solely for^the purpose ol tllelicatlng the line be- '^yond who h the grantee could not go.^Th' moti.-ii i^ dissolve the temporary^injunction Is sustained. Thenieelion lo dissolve the injunc^^tion in the ' as. e.t the M. t^. 1*. com- I^pany iicah.st ih. Uutle ^ Ibiston, 1^which real rained the latter from In^^terfiling wiih the former's dam audi^.In. lev was overrule* It Is said that^the trouble lei .v. n the two companies^really is the- Ural step In a tight ov^ r^tie valuable waters of Klk Park can^^yon. VanCamp's Macaroni and Cheeae. ToBt. Jo^\ l.'vM, via Burlington route. ToKansas City, I-'* '^^^^. via Burlington | route._ A PROSPEROUS CITY.^Tlniei llellir In llcclle Than \n^ other uv in no KeeaaaaaaW Wethink we hive hard times now^^adays, but \ve don't know what hard^times really mean.'' said John I^avls^of Peru. 1 ml., to a Standard report' r,^visi. rday. Yes.^continued Mr. Davis, ^If we^think cef tie p.ist w .an realize whin^the term Implies People of moderate^means now live letter than did kings^In olden tlmis. Two generations ago^cooking stoves wars unknown. our^grandmothers vvl|sd their facefl on low^liiun aprons as they aaraplrod over a^hot be i of c ecals in the big lire plac e-,^while preparing meals. And all arti^^cles of convenience ami comfort which^in those days could lee only purchase el^by Die wealthy have gotten so rbeaS^now aa to be within the reach of . o ry- ullc. Ihave heard less talk of hard taBMB^In ltuile than In any plac e- I have vis^^it, el in my Western tup. which has^comprised the principal cities of the Northwest. 1 hang Seelllet lung of llutlu'ahistory, which Is a remarkable^one. having heard how it was at^first a placer diggings, later a silver^camp, ami now I am told that I'.iitte^and its environs produce more topper^than any like ana In the world Mm- j^lug men may bo attracted for the tune^l.e lug to the at M ge |.| n. I.ls cef Alaska,^to British Col am Ma and ..liter of the recentl]found Inralltlea where sracteua mineralsare said la ba largely in evi^^dence. Inn I hey will return to Molilalia^und, making Bulb* th ir heii^b|iiiiilers,^will push with renewed em rgy Ihe de^^velopment of the great mining Indus^uv in tins eetiou. AH iii all. I have^seen no mole prosperous city than^Unite and none with grater possibili^^ties.' TheMontana I'ulon Is oil) with a^lie w time card, taking effe. t this morn^^ing ii.ginning in day tralaa win heave Butteas follow s. ParAnaconda, Deer Lodge, (.unison^und all points west on Northern I'.ui-^j tic, 7 mi a. iii. For Anaccii'la. Harrison^| and (Miints east mi Northern i'm Hie ,^^nor. p. m. ForAiiacoiidn. 1^ M ,1 in. 1 p. in.^and V p. m.^iiiegoii Short I.In fast mail will ar-^' rive at 1:1^. p. m. Instead of |f:M p in^I Tiaius will arrive In.en Anaconda, In; nr.^; a. ni^ r.'.ri.r^ p. nr. 4 :'u p. m. ami !^ p. m. IN THE CHURCHES TO-DAY. Churchservices will he held in Unite^to-day as follows:^i^ii s-t Baptlet eharrh, ooraet of Haw I tanastre.l and I h oa.l w a v. Ii. v . J. Iv Noftalncer,paator, residence tU West QMItlBt reel I'teaching at II a in^ami I p. BI .Morning subject. An^Amaaed Multitude;^ evening aubjecl, Thel.awv.r Who Made ;c Feast For 1 Jesus. Young nu n s prayer iii rttns. atin Hi a. m Sunday s. Iniol at II:U ]^p. m. I'alvarj sehoiil in liiisement of ITalaaball at a'clock. Young pass 1 pie'siii. .ling at 7 o'clock. Siiang.is espec ball) made a ekvoeae. si.John's Bplacopal church, I c. .^[Uacklaton, rector- Holi cotaataaloa at la H; nieeriilng prayer and Samoa atii; evenlna prayer and aeraaoa al ,':u Sunday schcsil al V2.30. PlratPreabyterlaa charch. Rev. B.^J. tlroeaeveld, paatai llaaular si i -^rlcea at tie auditorium al 11 a m amiI p in Sun.lav school al 11:11^and Y. P. S. C. Iv prayer meeting at^7 o'clock. Pleaching on Wednesday atI o'clock at the Travoaa Sunday^sc hool loom, aii are cordially Invited. laimanaelPreabyterlaa church, cor-^aer ol Qsylord and tiai.na siieets, i.^.Newion ixobaiia. pastor service*] ii a.^m. und f p. in. Kndoavor consecra^^tion meeting 7 t^. m. ip v a k Balrd 1). I)., ot lleh na will pr.ai h In lie-'^morning, auadai school J p. in. All I^are cordially ln\ Ited.^Third Presley tci'lun chinch. Itev. A. K.Balrd. ui^. synodtoal mlaasoaary . forMontana, will pieai h al s o'clock. |^i Sunday school ; :ill p. in. All arc cor^^dially Int ited.^Dr. Philip Akhs Hubert of Sulls-^i bury. N. C. the only colored icpresen- |^tatlve who holds the endoraement of I^Lad Itusse ll. chief Justice of (Ire at^Britain, will deliver his tlrsl and last^sermon In Butte at the All. n chapel^A. M. B. chiin Ii. cm tu r id Idaho and^M. i . ui v si reels, on Sunday evening.^J th.' '.' tli al v '^ Subject, ' The Hold, n 'Uod.^ s ll. Byda, pastor. authUnite m. k rha rah, earner of jArizona asd Second sietvls. No s. i^^ v 11. s Sunday morning In absence of^pastor. Sunday ^rhaol l:M p. at, Kp- vvotill league ; l.'i. lelidel. Miss Cela^Bargltx. PreHihing al I by Itev. W.^C. Shlppin Miad.rvill. M. F. church^Sunday^s. h^^.l I:M p. in Preaching at s by ;^lie v T. II Marlln. SmiihIdaho M.thodist ^ hutch, cor- i^tnr of Cah na and Idaho streets ^^Pleaching at 11:10 and s n'rlink, by^I:, v Mr. Cteaeo, Sunc'ay s^ hool at ,^bi a. m. Kpworth league al 7 p. m.^S. B. Tabor, pastor Braadlaavlaa!d. K. church, corner^of Coppd and Alaska slr.vts. P. N.^Melhy. pastoi Services to-day at 11^a in ami *^ p. in. Kev. P. K Pi terson^from Kphralm. ('tab. will preach bath^tnni s. All are w elconie. Herman l .v angelical Lutheran i^chinch, corner of Silver and Hakot i 1^struts, M. lludllolT. iiaslor. mi Liakotu I^street Scivi.es with celebration of^Usrd'a supper at 11 a. in. only. Sun^^day sc Ins.I at I^ a in. K..hue.I K ill - I a.I ^ in I iii.m P i. ul^ liy. July12 tu li Inclusive. July ID. 2S, I^X. Aug. 2. 5 and 'j. 111. I'iii.ui Pacific I^will sell tickets to Chicago. St. I...uis. I^Missouri river points and Inn rmedlata^peilnis, al rate of HI. llrsl-class lie- |^due. d mi.s In Kasli rn p ^el m con-^aectkav wlih above rale win iH. made, J^making fare very low to the Kust and^S..n'h.ast. Fur further v.imatlon^call ^ii or aaVlreaa K. V. Maie, general^agent L'nioa PaceiHe railway, Butte,^Mont. NONEBUT STRONG MEN CanCope With the Hardships^and Privations of Alaska.^- t ONLYA MINING COUNTRY TheMineral Wealth Is Such That It Will^Take Centuries to Exhaust It Long^Dry Summer Days and Short^Cold Winter Ones. h^ in Ii ^v. cirslila^ll ;^^ rf-.-t MUNYON inmim^r'^nir^ of this tiia^-#-'ii rrUyy* CURES- -K^P rne-heli for al all 'Iri.tf-_ Matl^ ^ waealadeabl, *^^^^ ^^ (| I A Pn.fM^^^^^, 1Mb Ana Mm^ f a4elenlars, atrfbaa BMdleai ^ ^ PASSEDTHE QUEER ^| Isaac Ithas In en reported that there has^bun made a laise of J..u In steam^transportation from Siattle to Ihe^Klondyka gold Relda but th- Butte^railroad tttett have received no sin h^Inrorinutlon yet, though they are look^^ing for Instructions to that effect, aa^accommodation* on the regular si. aid^^ers are taxed to their utmost. A r^- ipisi io have bertha raaarved mi the i,i in. r sailin. An. brought a reply yesterdaythat cv. iythlng was taken.^The North A a* rhan Ti-anspm latlon^i.impuny has put into service all it*^coast boats and will run ih.in from^Seattle and Victoria to Dyea. Alaska.^The Ur al N olle in yesterday received^the following dispatch from Its Scalll'^agent: lle.atsfor Alaska will sail as fol^^lows: Topeka. July Alkl. Aug. t|^VnUaai tie , Aug. a. Quem, Aug. 7: To^^peka, Aug. It; Alki. Aug. IT: Mexico.^Aug, -2. All these houls go through to^Dept Ihe Topeka and Wiila - noMe. Will not sail if not BUflkteBt^business. Itabs on all steamer* are^tin for llrsl i lass and t-c'i for second^class. Tin steam r Islander sails from^Victoria July :'h for Oft a. Thefiiilow mg. taken from a recent^nrtic le on the Alaska gold th Ids. writ^^ten prior io ihe late rscttewMat, will giveadilitloiial Informal ion to P i .us^(out. mplating a nip lo that c ountry! Tobegin with, lha Vukantry willnever l.e anything but a milling^.^tie Ii is ^ mutiny of gnal mineral^a -iii it. vi. ^ iteaalve, a ad t be aa tur^ot the country la such thai II will take centarleala I xluuisl It. Tin re is a laraaarea ol country yet unexplored.^Interor iranapntlallati is diilb uit. Cost ofUvlai ins ssarlly qalta high; yet. comparedwith tie opening ol other^new ooaatriea very aaoderate. Thecountry is healthv. climate^warm: during ihe summer the days are^long ami quite dry. durlai Ihe vviutir^th dayi are short ami very cold. Thef-roiiiid Is I'lczc n in a gn al depth,prcpecttng and mlnlni necea-^sailly slow and dlaVwit. Heretofore^the aaaaon in which active wort eoabj bedeein- aai only Shoal fast months,^but during the last two years a new^in. i hod called burning has btea til.'I^with great success. By means of lire*^and tunnels, work Is prosecuted din- IniHe Ions wlaisr, aad lha pat din^taken aui aad laid mi lha ha as. all I.lilV Cor tile sllliie pox V. he'll til^ Wa^^ter run; dining the sheen siiniiu r^atoatha Tins enables the minors lo vveeikIhe yen uround la a very gI advantageand much to their nam^The opportunities for good, practical^miners In Ihe interior ol Alaska ale^considered good, compare! with other^portions of our country. It Is strictly^a lulling 11nuni y ami no on mould^go there unless phyaCBlly tilled to cop'^a ilh tin' obatat li s ami hardships of ihe^country ami eletermincd to beconaa a^miner, ami provMad with laflMenl^iih ans after reaching the .country to^IB on. year, by which lime liny will^III v I l^ . on ie a eel I ma I eel and .u .pijinl -^eel villi the country and work, and attarthai their succ ess depeaaa i a tileIv upon theit own exertions. ITyou are physically llttod for the bardahlpaof aa Alaska wlalag caaip.^liiiyc th energy and staying qaalHIea^so aacaaaary la u aaocaaanil proapactor andminer, sullii lent me ans tee cover^Hie expense of reaching the Country amiaapportlag yoaraatf aatU yoa can getsome niiiiiis from your labor, then^tie laterlor of Alaska ^ff is a good opportunity;ait others ara would ad* vis..I., ejve- Alaska a wide berth Theinllitx of miners and pmspci i ^^ors the coming season will in a mild^way resemble the 'stampedes' of the^past of oth.i ii. w ly-ope nod gold Ilel.ls.^yei this country is aa vast, covered^with a network of virgin stream*, all^of lie. kn ivvn mineral weallli that lha^opportunities are almost unlimited, and^no hardy, eaargotk man. physically^lilted ami financially lived, who has^the courage and del. rinliiallon to l.e Ho'particular hanWhlpa pad prlvattoaa ofpiospei ting and mining Alaska's in-^t. i ioi. n. i el haallala for fear thai the^In 1.1 w ill all be l lkei).^^There Is positively no opening In Ihe Interiorfor professional m n. such aa^lawyers, doctors, etc.. nor for clerks. leeiokkee p. is. s.l |oS I ||l II. etc., Illll| Very little,if any, for mechanic*, carpenters,^etc livery practical inlmi- Is fairly^hand) with tools, ami with the help of^his friends can dee all tie necessary^work in building his log cabin.^' We do not know of a larger or more preAlabiaBold for rawr labors Lhaa the Ynk^ ,11 valley; there's an Immense cowatrykuadreda of ml lea in ex teat, whN there has as y I b. en no nuarH praapectlag.ami as it ahaaadi in rich placerin.lies that ate tinning out mlb^lion* of dollars every year, there must^be and ate, a* all miners kneiw, rich^depoatti of aaatrti friaa which ail the placergold originated. @^@^^^^@@@^n^^@@^@^@^^c@^^ fjjRetail Quantities at Wholesale Prices io-'.a*^^oo^e4^e* for tub aoeeoaaoaaaa @ Closing Days of Our Great Sale wire,evl-^f gilding ii.ilia Arrested for llavini; 1 ^^un-^leifelt Money. Aman giving Mg name i Qesrgaj^Anderson hut who*, right name is^I i.e P .na, was arrested - stct 'ay^for v am am y. hut it is llkilv Ihe i^will I* turned over to the g.o^rnni. nt^authorities under a charge ..f having^count! if' it money in Ills po^*^W in 11 searched at the- county Jail by^the aherllf'a ortinr* there we (oaad on^him two glide.I nhl fnaMoned copper^, . ins of the coinage of MU and ItM,^aieI He . look..i *o n arly like a $IU^gold pe. ^^ that it was diiii'^it, when lookiiu;at th. head side of it. to dls-^llngulah is from a genuine eld pee.^The oth r able of it beartai '''e worda^^one cent.^ of course has little resem-^blaaca to a tin pie.. Thaie waa also^found in hi* aoaaaaaloa kH deiiilyiisul for the purpose thecoins. Th.sle riff's nflaail hay- 110 know I-^ecb;e of any uf the bogus nun* having^I.een passed In Butte recently, but a^lew c ^ ks ago .. I ii o i|^Uli ' v as l.ik. ii inw uh cine of them. Som 1 M pta 11 I^on ol He^ ' olaa ecu a c ard and lost t- U^ami then asked for his niangaaad got^|T.M ft mil Ihe dealer, The latter did^imi dlaaover the Iraad unnl some line^afterwards when he wanie l to make^.li.in... fen another man. The fallow^.vho had paused the bogaB coin on him baddisappeared, ion the matter was^report d t^ I'nin d State* m trshal M'-^li. linedt, and a si-arch WB* made for^ihe cnuaterfeKer, but arMboul success. 'I'll,faro .Paler will call a! the county^(all to-day to BBC if he can identify An^^cle TBI ni as ihe mail who passed th gild-^ad i' at on him. MI^. I.^ he y. attorney at law, over^Fnlon I'm ille, corner of .Main and Broadway Bat ranee No. s Eaat Broad- g]. Te l. phone 13*. SPARRINGEXHIBITION. \iMhMad Mg ^in i^e reagM aa the^tii.ii of Aagjaat. ITadBftie BUsple s of the Butte '^Athletic club ^Biddy^ Blahop, late In-^atructar ol ihe Olympic i iui^ in s.m^Pranctaco, win give a aaarrlag txhtM-^lieen with Mose LaloaUaa ei tbs Audi* tiaiuin on the 1Mb ol \cigusl. Thai^eont.st will ha IS round In length.^This is Mi Bishop's first trip to Mon^^tana, and he speaks well of Molilalia BMtaa Lafontiaeis popular In BUttB and BB^a boxc r has a nilinlee i of .elmlrers and !^there is every reason to hellava thai a , ui BBhlhltlofl win be aeen. Bishop foughta ten-rounds draw w ith Solly I^Bailth. Protnlnant men are Iniapaatad anda good ^;^^ la BBpaotad Sundayt.ieiiiiiuiin.^T'nlil fiirth' i' noti. n, tie. Montana Unionwin Bell axeuratyn ticket* to^Oregaon Springs aad rcrhra. goad volng^on irams jesvlng Huita ka! worn I a. in.^Saturday and ^ p ni. Sunday, and r. -^lurnlng on Inst train leaving Uregaon^Sunday night, at SI.00. Neilice. Alllabor organization* ^nc! the pub^^lic 111 general la cold ia 11 y Invited to^participate in th ' Knights of Labor^picnic next Sunday at Deer Lodge.^ReepecttUlly, the Committee of Ar-^raagt gMnti aiiBMmbcra af Pend d'Ordtlf coun^^cil No. J. degrI Pocahocitas, are requestedlo meet al Ooad Templars' hallMonday evening at * ^'( lock. July^I'titli. I'er oilier Miss Meiklejohn, C.^of K. Arrive.II naiilifiiineed. Anotherlot of christian ^ndaavar peoti'earrived In I'.iitte yesterday ami I^apaat the day vi.uiim the sights a boat^the city, The party is compos.d oi th I^following people: W. T. S. Lumbal'^anil wife. Moon slow n. N J.: Oeorgc II. Bier.B, Meslow B, N. j.j W. C. Blak.Iy and wife. Camd.'li. N. J.; B, Hamphrey,Philadelphia Miss s. al^Coffyn. Lincoln. Ned..; Miss A. Wilson,^Miss M. Wilson. Burlington, N. J.;^William w. Taylor and w if.. Holmdel,^N*. j.: Clara B. Btrlnaa Bla Prench, Alainla I'. t kins. OeoTgB M. lleahi n^and wife. Kinina lliilncr. Surah Kcy- noid*.i^r. H, ^;. Btrlaaa, William f. Overman,all of M unrest own, N. J.;^C, B. Baggs and U A. Baggs. Lincoln.^Neb.: W. R, SmitIi and wife. Chicago,^The party is in charge of Mr. Lum^^bar. Tin y came unannounced aad aa eeiie111 Bulla call, d een tlu m vv hile they stoppingat th McDermott. They^look a trip over the at reel car tinea and^visited the Rama mine and the Helnsa^smelte r, and at !!:_'*^ lasi i veiling i In y-^le.ft for tin- Baal over ihe Northern^Pat laci 1heap l .i i . -. lleieis your ohaaaa Via flreat^Northern railway, commencing July i:ihto Acigusi Itth. tll.nii llrsl class to^Chicago. St. l.ceuis Bllwaukee, Peoria.^liloomingtoM, Sioux City, Council^liiuffs. Omaha, BansaaQty, Atchlaoa,^Leavi nw oi ih and all latarmedlata^iselnts. City tleke' office 41 N. Main St. Saleof Black Dress Goods 20Per Cent Discount AlllM^ w(fk wp zltf on our iVm-l*. ^m*^ bd^1 MMpMl Uw ^*t Yum y Drr*s 0^iod* ADiscount of 20 Per Cent SkirtLengths ! Ch:cked Nainswk, 5c yd I White Dimity Cherkor Strli*. 1Fiaish Foulardwortli I - ! - 12yards for $1.008 i-jc yard Afew Plark mi'l l eelnrnl I oi,r,.^;^.nt't^^^ ^v,'r from 1 Sateen Finish Foulard^95c and if 1.75 each StylishEmbroidered Collars ForLadles and Children Ata Discount of 331-3 Per Cent $1.00Kmlir'd Coil's$ .65 1.50KinlirM Coil's1.00 L',00Bmbr'tj Coil'sl.H :t.00Kmlir'd Coll s'J.00 jo-ln.Unbleached Muslin KvlrillllKVV. Weirlll le^ VMel 16yards for $1.00^Flannel 5hirting Fe.rNcul'^e - wc.ir u..rtli 50 unit liov yel^Silk Stri|eeii t'Uaarl Shirtings. ..4.V y nnl RuffledCurtain Sale Saleof Table Linens and Napkins InSpite of the Tariff Bill W'l'lillYC de-e-ieleel tn e-|^lvp nilt K lot Of ncl^l ll'll .'1 ll - elf Title 1,' IBMBBIW^. ThSf Vfry fromBea tu IB rasasearh aa4 in vri.-o imm Heta i|i|.'Jj vard. Wawlttaalaay lengthunci put ttif nhole BB BBf *Hle cenitiliT ut ,. 20Per Cent Discount StamprJLinens- H.-meeiin hwl or Plain, Doylli-s,^Squarrie, Ceutc-r^. Tray* and Srarfa iii ^c .unit of 20 Per Cent RmbroiJtrcdI'lanntla^Prettll* draiirn workeil, white allk, our 7.^.-, HO.-- aud H5r -rn.l... on.yard Ourpretty KV, 'Mr, |1.00 anil B1.13 i|ualltle^. 75cyard Ladles'Hose- Ilia k or Tan Cotton and LU'e,^vveerlh BBt. Ml .'oi I 7 1 ^ eiwh, 3pairs for $1.00 ChUarsa'll^o^e. worth 15e pair, jpairs for 25c HandkerchlcMigc and jgc. Kniliri'ielerc-.ll.ineu llanclkrrrhlefic. 0for $1.00 Kine'JO.' Hiiuclkcredilofa, hotter cili:es ami em- broideries, loceach SeeOur Window for Ladies' Suits, Waists, Skirts and Mackintoshes i CASE, GRAVELLE ^ ERVIN CO. ..'jp'-jSuccessors to Courtenay. Case ^ (iravelle Co., Butte, Hont. TIiopiilronn of tlie W1IITK KltONT fHt^)^'ICItY le ve tiic ir daily vviints nup-^lilied with even renularlty. All patrons In the elty 11 ml v i.lnlly uro r.ille.l upon BB^cifieti eiieh week as the y desire liy 11 l epr. M utativ e ( the store, anil all onlers^slven are RIM Willi as nnn li lidellty nml eli.pat.il as If clone nn.ler the eye of lha^buyer. ^ Is 1 l.is more lhaa BBBBl e.ne an.) prompinesy. lha e:;eepftonally titip line afaaada carried ami lha fairness af prlaaa charged that la addtaa dally ta the paf uiarltyof the WHI'lK FlioNT GIlUC'UllY. Hut our lust agent of piorraaa U tho^aulatalalaB of the motto: IfYou 15uy Your Groceries at Courtney's They Arc Good WDnQtteFirdDimi (Grocery 308-310-312N. Main StreetTeljphOn9 185 Butte THOMASF. COURTNEY LeadingHiimiicss Firm* of Montana. ASSAVKKN. Tiioa.uri'.cY- OfltoShalf a Work north of P. O. 1 N..11I1 N. .... S' Halle. MI. MAi'ldi. Aasayer^Samples by^mail BT ^ B a will receive prompt and^careful attention, (.old atal silver bullion^B -I'eeiilty. No. 40 West Park at reel. Unite.I'. O, Hox .^el^. xri.isTS. UK.T. A. CHKKI- OCUtelBT. rraetleellmliecl to Kye. Kar, No^^k^Throat and Chest, Offlee Postotllee build-^in.,-. M Baal Braaarway, Huttc. Mont. oo GHRAP 1ion horse-jiowi'r..^i tell liorse-povv er..^1 ten iiciri't'-povve r.. ..vr.i.'i'i ..'JjO.Oc) BigBargains in Electrical Mining Hachincry MONTANAELECTRIC CO. HastHntMilway. Putt*.Mnntnm m 5 n rf-1 Jv 3 oo AMU5BMBNTA. UnionPavilion Theater Ci BBSB liv av lend \Vyeemi114 BBV ihlt'*^l^K'K P. DL'TIDN, Man iu r. WeekComm.'ociog Monday, July 26, andSaturday matinee. Pu'ilMerrill's maateafal^I'liitee in i Ai l Mekidraaatlc. eatltlad H.. ti TheHypocrite. WITHA bTlvUNI. CAST. IKvMilBg Pi tt^MiitiiM'i- Prl*- is E THEFAVORITES WIN andMontana 1Maguire's'Opera House 7} i,m li.1 ^ j li it M t-uirr, Mnimijrr [3UTVU OF TH FAYORITKS %TheHuntingtonBroadwayCo. Belle Have Won the Esteem of /Montana's People,^p 33 tniilny,Tih-mUv, WVdnvoilMy. July 'J7, *J-*f Xl'i'itt,V;itlis.^ii ^'i'inn; th^ i^trc mhti's*, YoungMrs. Winthrop I'rielav,iSuturelav anel Saturday Mafl- Tlinr-.ia in.e KILSOSBTOBT .'. CO., BOtEMAK, MOM OurRegiment uimhi ^^ i (Si-^'iti r^i^nt Newlirti' .^l ^t un h;.!i.^brag IMaf*i tANACONDA COPPER MINING CO.^Lumber Dept. tiSaiiiiufaciur-cra mid Wholenal* I^-enleri In r| P.J. Brophyc^ Co. WholesaleGrocers and Importers Butte,Montana Oneof tho Oldest, Largest, Most PiogisilfS and^Bnterprising Qroosrj Booms in tho State. \ROUGH and DRESSED LUHBER, 0Ail hinds of Mininq tiiitl Bridc|.' Timbers a Spccidltr. I-arfrcDrj' Kilns in connection with tho mill. Bash and Door Factory. Sash,^Doors. Moulding*, Cedar BBtaaBSI ami I'lne Lata, iBtaftBf Huteiwuod or PlnB,^Hand rtalls. Balaatara .mil Newel Pouu 8. rell Suivlna. Turning antl Kan. y^BlBIllBIa C^vcr 2.0tiO.(Hio Mi No. 1 Clear Flninh In slock, cither ^trd sc j-ui.. or^kiln drl-.-U. tstlmatea and prim ll^'.i on apidlcatlon. 1$ YARDS: 3 ^ra^%%%a^%%.v%^^, ava^^aV%^aVf^ %.% v%.%-%.fw* %^*.^%.-*.% v ^-ej ooo_ Itnlte,Mont. TSNI'.V.Maaaaer,^WKKK i'u.MMKM'iNii Ji l.v M I^KNUAtlEMENT EXIItAORDINAKYI t^The Beautiful Clreaastaa, lha Divine OMl OMRNEk PraaaotlnKher fumoiiH ^Dance of thii^Harem^ iinil her cclebrutiU ^JtW|'ay^Daoce^ lOaaaa tin Vnttci. H|Hcl.ilNotice^v^mene l- the original in^1Mb country of the ye Turkish liar, in Daaeea,havaaf ptaaaala4 ihei-e cetaaratv i dalle.. In New York fit) anil CMaaM oneyen- prertaai to the a.ivcnt oi kaa^^^MMs..iy^ ai the VartCl Fair. Millsat Hamilton, riontana. OfBt-esaad Yards, 400 Utah Avrnue, South Butte^^M Cor. Birch and Front tit* TheElwooJ Cafe Anaconda Weyt rve only Ihe beat thai the market^afTonls. Single menU ILI*-. Hoard hy the^week. PS. Short cr^|er meals at all houra. MRS.C. E. RAMSEY. Kast B'oaiiway. Rnlte. |ONLY ONE WEEK MORE : HtAOQL'AKTUKSP0I ALL D0MLSTIC STAPLES IMPORTERSOF TEAS AmiEuropean Specialties. 3 KIrst-claaaofliiea tee^Ul'jvk. Imiuirc at utile r-nt in (isalcy^^ if .ni;. FhafrrHroa ' slace fe.r Silver Star,^Iron Uod. Twin limit:.* ^ i sn.rldan.^leaves Southern he.tel. Untie, Ht 7:41^Tu.-aday. Thuraday and Saturday ISSS.Arizona St., ButU^, Mont. | ^^^,BW 'rriv^,j; ^l fclu:'J^ at * Kstimatts cheerfully furnished on Groceries of ^^all grades aud in any quantities. An.Itin- buildlaa arlll i.e teirn dnw ii. an d as are hart bet n aiiath t ^ arucart a IcH'stionBn^ e snn^t alTen-.l to stori' the Kcm..|.s, we ,v ill eff. i- the IcalaiU^ cef fiur^sie.ek of Watches,Diamonds and Silverware Atprfeea that will mattle liamain hunters. To BUote prices snulrt not rIv-^v.iti th. in I n test idea of Ihe ivhI baiKai na we will offer the balance of ttalu^BMMlk Y.mr tnsp- ^ t i^ ^n BoHetteC 5ir\0NBANK Opticianand Jovvolor Hutte,Mont^na 124 North Main Street^3 I P. J. BROPHY ^ CO. 28 Main StreetButte, Montana 3 aStandard Want Ad r\ -DRSHVil ^ nSDOL BaafMaland f If...^* corner yuaili ar.J^A'aaka al recta. Butie. MonL lelcpboua^n ai-.U 11C for Ambulance.