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THEAXACOJfDA STANDARD. MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9, 1897.
ButteNews. MM Of THE WEST ThaFrlaelsal Broach 0^^-a of th. Standard^U at SI K. Im4wi^ Hutu TaJ.phon. 422.^Adaartfctfai nm faral.had oa appii llMls, BVTTXWEATHEft. eporl^^lfar Ik. Staadard by Galloflj *^Druggists. Aug.(-Thermometer. Barometer. Wind.^S p. m. M Uen above. 24 ^ inches. NW^I p. m. 7S def. above. M.B Inches. NNV^Highest temperature. Mt. Lowest. Butt*Loaded to the Brim With^Enthusiasm (or Bryan. TO-HAysWMT1IB. TheIndications for Montana to-duy are:^Local showers, variable winds, becoming^westerly. SHIRTS, NEGLIGEE,DRESS aad FANCY^la 0) ffl 0 THESTAR SHIRT 0 TRADl MARK THEBEST MADE 0 CO NECKWEAR ^^^^ Inth* LARLV PALI. SHAPES, Just Opened L'p BABCOCK^ CO. Hataad Famishing Stars, Butte BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Rentpianos from Orton Bros.^I W. A. Clerk left Baturday for New^York City. Adaughter was born yesterday to^the wife of D. M. Newbro. HenryJones, merchant tailor, has^moved to 11 Eaat Oranlte street. Mainsprings, II: watches cleaned,^11.60. Warranted. Meyer. 40 W. Perk,^i A son wee born yesterday to the wife^of Frank Cennon of No. 126 West Daly^atreet. Bestmeals in the city, 25c. Hoard,^S20 per month. Tickets. 10.00. The^Mtkedo, IS West arenlte. Ifyou want a sure thins, all of the^time, have your clothes made et Schil^^ling; Bros., opposite postofflce. Dr.Klniler, specialist, practice lim^^ited to catarrh of nose, throat and^stomach. Office No. 120. Butte hotel. Tobe In It for Bryan proceasion ev^^ery man should wear one of our ten-^dollar suits. Boucher, the Park St. OteeMer, Wewill send a box of M Copper^State cigars, charges prepaid, any- *wherein the state for $4. Montana^Uquor Co., makers.^I James Anderson, a miner of the^Gegnon mine, wee teken to Murray A^Freund's hospital yesterday, suffering^with e sprained ankle. Poolssold every day end evening, on^Heratoga and St. Louis races. First^race at 11 a. m. Combination pool^room, 41 North Main street, up stairs. ReducedHates Kast via I nion Pncinr Ry. July12 to 17 inclusive. July 19, 22.^2^, Aug. 1, S and 9. the Union Pacific^will sell tickets to Chicago, St. Louis,^Missouri river points and intermediate^points, at rate of $31, first-class. Re^^duced rates to Eastern points In con^^nection with above rate will be made,^making fare very low to the East and^Southeast. For further Information^^ all on or address K V. Mase. general^agent Union Pacclflc railway, Butte,^Mont.~ RanAway From Home. iCharlie Connors, a 10-^ear-old^nephew of James Brown of the Times,^ran away from his home a few days^ago and is giving his uncle a great^deal of concern. The polite have taken^the case In hand end ere searching the^city for the little fellow, but up to a^late hour yesterday had not succeed^^ed in locating him. BIGCROWD ATTHE STATION HotelParlors Engaged for the Popular^Reception of the Mlver Champion-AU^Business to stop Friday After^^noon -A Chance to Yell. WhenWilliam J. Ilryan gets to^Butte he will find that he has some^relatives here. If In truth he is not al-^itady aware of that reel. Mrs. Lc\ I^8. Wild end Mrs. Bryen Irvine. ^ho^are sisters, were named Bryan before^marriage, and are cousins of the silver^champion, coming from the same fam^^ily In Illinois. Mrs. Cleorge W. Irvtn is^also a relative of Mr. Bryan. The^e^relatives of Mr. Bryan in Butte would^moet gledly heve thrown their homes^In this city open to hltn anil his fam^^ily, but they considered Mr. Bryan^such a public character that he must^necessarily be the guest of the people^of Butte and muat be entertained in^some public place, where the people^could reach him. Itseems likely that Mr. Bryan will^spend most of his time In the parlors^Of the Butte hotel, which have been en^^gaged for him, so greet is the desire ,,r^thousands of people to see him and so^great the reluctance to ^u to a private^residence for that purpose. At Ana^^conda arrengements have been made^to entertain Mr. Bryan at the Montana^hotel, w here he will be accessible to the^people. The Butte committee Intends^to take Mr. Bryan directly to the Hutte^hotel and then his own wishes v,111 he^conaulted. If he ^ horses 10 remove to^the. residence of Mr. Clerk, the recep^^tion committee will take him there as^soon as the crowd gets through with^Its welcome. Many ladles have ^x-^pressed the hope that Mrs. Bryan will^also spend much of her time at the^Butte hotel, as they are very desirous^I of meeting her. Thecommittee of Hi will meet again^J this evening to perfect arrangements^for the reception. Whatever pro-^I gramme may be arranged Is likely,^] however, to be completely upset by the^pejple when they get hold of Bryan.^The committee Is counting on letting^Bryan rest Thursday and then turn^things loose at the meeting to be held^on Friday afternoon. But unless the^spirit of Butte's people Is misunder^^stood, Thursday will be the big day in^Butte. Everybody will want to get a^glimpse of Bryan as soon as possible^and thousands will l^c at the depot to^meet him. The people are likely to take^complete possession of l'ryan and the^programme Is likely to be much warped^before the committee gets hold of him^again. There Is no telling what an en^^thusiastic people may do and the en^^thusiasm of Butte's people for Bryan^passes all bounds. Thesoliciting IiiIIHlHm did not go^around on Saturday, as thut is a very^buey dey with the business men, but^will go around to-day. The newspapers^have been requested to solicit and re^^ceive popular subscriptions to the fund.^The Standard will take pleasure in re^^ceiving and turning over to the enn-^mlttee all contributions which may lie^sent to this office. itis likely that Mayor Harrington^will Issue a proclamation asking the^mining companies and business houses^to close down (rem Thursday noon un^^til Friday night, or at any rate Ml frl-^day afternoon, bo that every employe^may be enabled to loin In the celcliro-^tion. Permission will also be granted^during these days for people to shi^ot^off firecrackers and fireworks and yill^in the good old way. If eny kind of^u fair understanding can lie made with^the bands. It Ib proposed to keep them^all moving about the streets from^Thursday no in bo Frldey night, so es^to kee'^ no the Insnlration. There Is^undoubtedly a little feeling on the port^of some people agnlnst the hands lie-^cause they doubled the rates for play^^ing on the Fourth of July and even at^the doubled rates would onlv play for^one hour. Mutual concessions can^; probably bring about nn arrangement^for the ilryan celebration which w ill lie^j satisfactory and will restore the good^feeling which formerly existed between^| the bands and the people. Everylxdy^I wants to rejoice on these days and the^1 bands with the rest. It is to be hoped^that the committee will be able to em-^, ploy all the hands at reasonable rates^I and employ them to play for the cum-^' palgn^to keep things moving from^Thursday noon until Friday night. ThereIs talk of a mammoth arvh^being placed across Btoadway from^the city hall to the Hutte h'.tel, the^arch to have colored electric lights for^night display and to have some such^| motto as this: Tothe Defender of the West. Wel- MprniBMtIlia Klbon. JamesWelser. who lives at the Cen^^tennial brewery, was severely Injured^In a bicycle race et Oregson's Springs^yesterday afternoon. He fell while rid^^ing in a race end sprained his left el-^iiow, which was also badly contused.^Hi was taken to Murray ft Freund's^hospital for treatment. He will be laid^up about 10 days. ExpectsNo DUBralty.^The family of Dr. J. W. Reed In this^city hes received word thet the doctor^sailed from Seattle on Aug. 5 by the^Cleveland. He started in the best^health and spirits and anticipated no^^ difficulty In getting to Klondyke this^fall. ThejWill Stand l'p.^To the Standard: Pleaseadvise your readers to as w hat^or how the voters are going to hear^Bryan while In this city ir ell the seets^on the grounds are for the ladies and^children.A. L B. Butte,Aug. 8 Here'sVsitr Chanrr. July12th to 17th. inclusive. July 19th.^l.nd 29th. 29th. August 2nd. Oth and^(th. Union Pacific Ry ill sell tick^^ets to Kansas City for 128.5^. and to St^I., ids for 129. Remember the dates and^call at aO North Main St.. for tickets. Whosegoods will you buy^ Those of^firms that do business by daylight, or^those of obscure and irresponsible per^^sons^ Look out for imposition. Oct^what you ask for. M.D. Leehey, attorney at law, over^Union Pacific, corner of Main and^Broadway. Entrance No. I E. Bdwy. ACHINESE FUNERAL nth .tv-tvaa-* AllAlinond-Kyed Oleatlal Bulled^(he I'aual Oreniuny. Itwasn't the importance of the Indl-^I vldual who had left his frlonds to^: mourn his departure from this earth^j that attracted a crowd to the corner^| of Mercury and Montana streets yes-^| terday afternoon to see a funeral cor-^| tege pass, for Tom Wa didn t cut near-^| ly as much Ice In this world as most^[ of the gold seekers will In the Klon-^! dyke this winter. He was only a hum^^ble Hoseman Chinaman, who had come^to Butte to die among friends. It^wasn't the personality of the deceased,^therefore, thai attracted the crowd,^nt i her was It that there was any-^^ thing elaborate about the funeral^. pageant. It was instead the grotesque^| customs of the rare in performing tile^| last rites over the clay of a country^^man tha: furnished the element of In-^I terest. It was not marly as elaborate^I an affair as the Chinese usually In-^I dulge in. but it was accompanied by^I the peculiar ceremonials end all the^picturesque solemnities of s Chines.-^burial. The crowd was Immensely in^^terested and 'ollowed the little pro^^cession with their eyes till It wss lost^to view down the long road that leads^to the crty of monumenta and tender^recollections.^The procession started at 2 o'clock^i from the coiner of M-rcury and Mon-^! tana streets. St which time a line of^j Mongolians emerged from one of the^alleys leading from Chinatown into^Montana street uttering many gut-^| Ural sounds and making many salams^before the coffin which was carefully^| borne by half a dosen ^rf the dead^] man's race. The coffin was placed In^: the hearse and a Chinaman mminted^the box beside the driver and tiegan^scattering to the wind Innmn rablc^! slips of yellow paper as the h^arse^! began to move. It was followed by the^| dead man's friend ^ *rr* '^^rviair***^. which^moved slowly down the hill behind the^hearse, the occupants chanting their^peculiar songs Four Ch!n^ se followed^the procession till H was well on the^road, a low selam with their hands^placed In front as In the attitude of^prayer, retired and the proceaalon^moved on. On the way to the ceme terytwo Chinese, a man and a woman^were met coming into tow n on e load^of brick. TVre was a pathetic ex^^ample of the revereace the race pays^Its departing ones. In the way th.-y^commanded the teamster u^ halt w title^they made a low obeisance on the^burnt clay All along the route when^a Chinaman's place was passed, the^doors and windows were filled with^Mongolians w ho made the same low-^bow and waved farewell to the de^^parted. Atthe evmelery. that portion set^apart for the heathens, another crowd^had congregated Including a bus load^of Chinese who had gone out to pre^^pare for the burial. There wen three^express wagons filled with the ,ij^man's effects and offerings wMeJJJ^were htlng placed In a crucible and^burned, all around which tapers were^lighted and Incense was burning. Ati lie grave the coffin was pU'-od^on the ground and a Chinaman in blue^lumper and overalls begsn the Budd^^hist burial rites. Kneeling on 'he^ground and uttering this unintelll-^gable jargon, he lighted more tapers,^then rising he bowed and bowed, while^.i Chinese woman In an old reel sun-^bonnet placed more offerings at the^foot of the grave. Then the food to^i feed the deceased and the rites to^^ hold back the devil till the soul of the^d pat ted passed through purgatory^I were enacted and the funeral was^I over. MOTHERWASN'T THERE. Ltltl. Tomiuv Maiiafielil Arrives Front^Hall Lake No One In Me*! Hliu. Whenyesterday's train over the Ore^^gon Short Line arrived In Butte from^Salt Lake a youngster of 10 stepped^off on the platform and I Hiked expect^^antly around, as though disappointed^at something. He evidently expected^to step off the ears Into the embrace^of a fond mother, but there was no^mother there and afti^r wulklng up and^down the platf.um and scrutlnlxlng the^face of every woman in sight his lips^lie-pan to curl and he muttered plaint^^ively to a motherly-looking lady who^had loiked after him on the train,^^Mamma Isn't here. Hewas alone, a stranger in Hutte.^not knowing where his home was or^whether he had MM 0 not and i mid^not even tell his mother's Chrlstiaii^I name. Henws little Tommy Mansfield,^whose mother is said to iie a variety^actress. This much was learned, hut^H further Information could lie ob^^tained except that he hail keen nt the^Sisters' scbnil in Salt Ijtke for five^years and had been sent here In re^^sponse to a telegram. TheSisters had sent him on, sup^^posing the mother would meet him at^the train. He was turned over to De^^tective Jerry Murphy, who took him to^the police station for the day. while^he endeavored to locate his mother.^The effort had proved futile up to laat^evening, however, so Mr. Murphy took^the little fellow home to sleep with his^iwn little boys. The officers hope to^llnd the buy's mother to-day. It is sup^^posed she did n it expect him to arrive^so soon and therefore did not go t i the^trat^. AROOM WORKER. Frank Falk Arretted by llrtertive Mur-^pliy in th. Ulwooil. \Frank Falk is the name given by a^young fellow who spent the night in^the city jail under a chaige of mom^working, who had the misfortune to^make a p mr selection of a place to fol^^low his calling yesterday, lie went^Into the Klwoud lodging hous^ for the^purpoHc. it Is lielieved by the police, of^appropriating to his own need such^articles of value as he might find that^would lie useful. His misfortune ley in^selecting Detective Jerry Murphy's^room and In finding the city detective^at home. He was unkindly trotted off^to the police station without ceremony. Atthe station he t dd a story. In^which the police placed vei y little cre^^dence, to the effect that a (leorge Ito-^han had sent hitn to the Elwond to get^some clothes of a George Blew, who^was said to room there. Detective^Murphy said that no such person room^^ed at the Klwood. and as Falk'a ac^^tions were suspiciously like those of a^rnurn workir. he am Btsd lilm. H'hi'iisearched at the siation a skel^^eton key and a bundle of bent wires^like those used for picking locks were^found In his pockets. After the ar^^rest It was learned that about three^weeks ago a room was robbed I^ the^Klwood and the landlady was compell^^ed to pay W0 to the lodger f'ir the^st den gooels. It was also learned that^the same man had been seen in the^Klwood on the day of the robliery. and^that he had been seen In the Scott^Mock the day after City Attorney^Ilierks' room was robbed some days^ago. HutteKse... Specialrace train on H A. ft P. rail^^way will leave Anaconda for Butte^races every day, except Sunday, at 1:00^p. in . making the run In iO minutes^Returning, leave Hutte at 9:30 p. m.^Tickets good on aliove trains, tl.00 for^the round trip. Mr.Thomnt Sat Itnwu, Fromthe Washington Post. Allthe newspaper correspondents re-^memlitr John R. Th-unas of Illinois,^who was yesterday nominated to be a^judge In the Indian Territory. Eightyears ago. w hen Harrison had^Just been elected. Thomas was a metn-^hcr of congr^-a* and lived at the Ebhltt.^Every night he used to iierambulate^down Newspaper How and furnish ad^^ditional ^points^ to the correspondents^to pr ^ve that he w ould be the secretary^of the navy In Harrison's ^ablnet. Itw as also John R. Th imas who went^down with the party ^ ^ the famous^opening of the dry dock at Newport^New s. He was called upon for a speech^in response to a toast on ^The Nary.^^After w andering , around in a morass^of words for several minutes he ex^^claimed: ^I cannot see why a sucker^like myself should be asked to respond^to The Navy.' Neitherdo we.^ came the hearty^and immediate response, snd Its sin^^cerity was so apparent that Mr Thomas^^at down. ToKansas City. S28.M, via Burlington route. Lakeof Inkllfc* t'oler. 'From the Portland Oregonlan. Inthe sakMk of the Cornpah hills,^I in Arixona. is what Is known as the^| Lake of Ink. Though supplied by^beautiful springs of clear water, the^liquid of the lake Is black and uf an^I Inklike character. The temperature^| varies from 110 degrees tu 21* degrees,^according to the location, and the^water feels smooth and oily. Accord^^ing to the Indians, not only of the^vicinity, but far away, the waters of^the lake have strong medicinal quali^^ties, though most w hite people would^hesitate to adopt the mode of treat^^ment prescribe! The iavalld is l^uri^d^up to his mouth in the hot volcanic^mud for from 20 te. DO minutes. Then^he Is carried, covered with mod. t ^ 'li^^edge of the lake. Into which he Is^plunged for from IS to 20 minutes, af-^t.r which h* is rolled in a blanket and^allowed to sweat on the hot. sulphur^^ous) sand or rock near by. The cures^wrought are said to be wonderful. WILLBOYCOTT THE I. P, CommercialTravelers to Make^Their Power Kelt TOCOERCE THE RAILROAD Drummer! Claim They Do Not Uet^Proper Treatment Trouble Over the^Rate From Butte to Spokane^and Other Western Points. Plans(or a boycott againat the^Northern Paeltlc railroad, w hii h prom^^ises. In lis Inception, to attain large^proiMirtlosa, Is being matured by the commercialtravelers ^hme to the NorthwestWhen put In operation It^will coat the Northern Pacific a vast Idedirn- tstnessttfit characterise* the feelings^of the pi.moter* the plan being to ell^unite In op effort to dHert Irafflo from^the line till certain demands which It^is propoaef to make, are compiled with. Thesituation and the thing which^the travelng men resent In the North^^ern Psclflf Is this:^ Travelers whose^territory lies west of the Missouri (ex^^cept thoselfroin St Paul and Mlnneap-^clls). generally prefer to take sonv line^from Chhmgo. St Louis, or whatever^other starling point, for [^eiiver. w^ rk^Colorado ind go on to Utah. Kroni^the route most favored, is^hence to S|^^kane. thence to^Portland, and back^the east by some southern '.i.i miii in,- . ^ ,i i nn ii r hi nn ^i i h amountof freight business, provld^thr boyenit is executed with the ear SaltLake^to Butt^the Si un^around to route. Fromthtlr starting point they can^a tou(id trip tlckeit at a cummer^[^. for instance, over the^in.-, entitling them to go^.ake to Portland direct, or^I by Butte and us- the^Ii n on to Portland after^NesM Any line w ill sell^t Over the Short Line, but^jrap of 2^k1 miles between^Ppokane over which none of^What and the trawder must^I ow-mile book or pay the^if ^ cents a mile. This Ii^object to. They have made^'orts to effect an agreement^orthern Pacific whereby it^coupc.ns to connect the gap^s proper division as all the^do. or to sell commercial^between Butte and Bpo-^rat^ pro rata with that at^secure their round trip^efforts to effect such an ar-^lave been In vain, however,^i ssattsfactlon all traveling^Ike th' route, have felt, has^into resentment at the ar-^is)cy of the road till It has^concerted effort to relal men! was started by a^iv lers who came in yes-^Salt bake. The matter^1 on the train, and last^informal meeting of corn-^was held at the Butte ho-^ilate a plan of action. The^pted a declaration of rights^resent signed, and which buy rialrate^Union IV^frmn Salt^come rou^transport^reaching^such a tl^there is^Butte and^ill m can^either buy^linal fan^what they^r|ealed^with the^would Issu^and take^other roar^men tick^kane at a^which the^tickets. Al^rengement^and the^men w ho^crystalllx.^bltrary pe^resulted in^late. Them^number of^terday fro^was discu^evening at:^men ial mi^tel to form^me^ ting ai^which all^reads We,l He* undersigned represenla-^tires of the llrms set opposite our^names, letogrlzing to the fullest ix-^tent the disadvantages under which^com inert'la I travelers labor, who. In^making their trips, find it necessary to^go from ogden to Butte and thence to^Spokane, do hereby declare themselves^opposed to the arbitrary policy of the^Northern Pacific railroad In Its refusal^to Join connecting lines In issuing cou^^pons good from Butte to Spokane or^Tacotna Believing it a great injustice^that w. should h compelled to pay^full lia-al fare between these points and^bring firm believers In the theory of^reciprocity, we do hereby declare that^we will use our utmost endeavor from^this date to divert all business possible^from the Northern Pacific railroad un^^til such time gs It joins the other lines^in issuing coupons good from Butte^West. Signed: 'George L. Withes. representing^llorgwird ^ Ernst Co. Chicago. III.,^parlor goods; Connorsvllle Furniture^Mfg. Co.. Connorsvllle, Ind.. chamber^suits, sideboards ^nd cheffs: Upham^Mfg. Co.. Murshtlelil. Wis.. cheap^chamber suits, etc.: Sprague. Smith A^Co.. Ckicago. ML, Hall trees and com-^hli.tttlon cases; West End Furniture^i'^., Mcmford, IN., book and comb^cases; Standard Furniture Co., Herki^^mer, N. Y.. tine office desks: (Irand^Rapldt Fancy Furniture Co., (Jrand^Rapid*. Mich., ladies' desks; O. C. S.^olesoti ft Co.. Chicago. III., cheap office^desks. ISM uisego Chair Co. Otsego.^Mich., dining chairs; Orinoco Furniture^i'u. Columbus, Ind.. center tables.^Jamei Durham, representing Then^Kemnltz Furniture Co.. oak. ash and^elm suits: Framke ft Sievers. folding^lied* and hall racks: Cum. Kills ft^Co., ladles desks and wardrobes. Mad-^dox. Bailey ft Co.. parlor tables: Lent/^Table Co.. dining tables: Crescent Fur^^niture ft Mfg. Co.. sideboards: Jollet^Rattan ft Heed Co.. reed rockers;^American Chair Mfg. Co.: W. K. Hu^^bert, representing Hall Lithographing^Co., and Fcntoii Metallic Manufactur^^ing Co.: C. I^. Ellis, representing the^P. R. Mitchell Co.; A. J Linden, rep resentingFarrell ft Co.; Moss Woolf.^representing L Holmes A Co.; L J^1*^ hman. representing A. Bauer A^Co.; Charles Sellers, representing Ha^t^Bros.: S. Kothsrhlld, representing^K^^.hn F.-iss Co , H Hemburger, repre^^senting Stem Bros.: James O. Brans^repreio-nllng S Cupple's Wooden Ware^Co V 0. Samuel, representing Rey^^nolds. R^g, r ft Levy -^It is proposed to circulate copies of^the diK-uimnt among all traveling men^who have occasion to make the rout-^outlined, for their signatures, and then^present the signed articles to Ike^Northern Pacific officials for their con^^sideration. If all travelers who com-^this way sign, and each fulfills his^agreement, the cost to the Northern^Pacific will tie very heavy unless the^demand Is speedily acceded to. 0.K. Lewis ^ Co. BL'TTE.MONTANA. Ready-MadeSuits for^Women and Children. TheCity of Seattle, one of the finest^and swiftest steamers on the Paelfl.^roast, has been chartered and will In^^put Into the Alaska service, operating^between Tacoma. Juneau and Dyes.^This boat will carry Ms) |^assengers.^and the Northern Paeltlc has BBSMred^accomminlattona for 20t) The steamer^will leaie Tacoma August 1Mb and^2fth. The following fares will include^betth and meals on the steamer. BMtelo Juneau, first class. tutKsi.^second class. tMl.iU. Butteto Dyes, first class. ITJ.tO.^second class. I^X.M. ).,^^ lbs. baggage will lie carried free^Excess at one cent per pound Freight^on miners' supplies Tacoma to Juneau^or Dyea. 110.00 per ton. Forfull particulars call upon or^write W M Tuohy. Oeneral Ageni^Northern Pai 111c Itv . Unite Montana. To St. Joe, J2S.50, via Burlington route. 129EAST PARK STREET, BUTTE,MONT. Lawns,Batistes, Htara-^ines and Organdies. r iflay Bees Unit fly In August, still It^may be that some one of the^misfit carpets we have on^hand, as the seasons end^drav.* near, may be Just the^thing ^uii want. We have c AllLines Shirt Waists. flisfitCarpets t InMoi|uilte*. Body Brtitsrls,^Wilton Velvets and all wool^Ingrains. They are misfits^because* we were furnished^with wrong measures. Bringthe Size ofyour risiin. if any of^these carpets will 111 It. you^will find all the profit and^part of the cost squeezed^out of the pike This Is a^chance that comes nut ^ me^in a year. Brownfield ANTYARPET^OriPANY MW^Pus St.^llutte c $5,000 To|tr^v#^ an ^^|ual. Y^mr P^e.t, Present tn^l Tu^tiir* luld 1 tt''t :\ K ^^^! i nn - ^.trir-tly . .nrtiV n^tUL BAKER^ BERTSCH IMPORTERSAND DEALERS D Hardware,Cutlery, Tools, Graniteand Tinwnre, Stoves and Kann.es,^Wooden and Willow Ware and House^Furnishing Goods Boilers,Engines and Mining Machinery Roofingand 'Fin Work K8TIMAT^S OH'CS OK ALL st/JTM OF WuliK Thepublic is cordially invited to call and inspect our new^^took, which we aim to ^ell at price* lower than any house in^Montana. BAKER^ BERTSCH NEWLINE ready(or you Monday $1.00,$1.35, $1.50^and $3.00 0.K. Lewis ^ Co. WSOLSSALSass rstail Dtt'.tB 18 UNDERTAKERS'GOODS BodiesCarefully HmbeJsaed and Saia*^pea to All Parts of tao World. BUTTE THEhair DRUGAND ASSAY SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALEDEALERS IN Drugsand Druggists' Snndries,^Assayers' ^ Chemists' Supplies,^Acids, Chemicals. Glassware,^Denver Crucibles,^Scoriflers, etc., etc. 115 Eaat Park Street. Butte ClosingOut Sale Prices llslpnunils Rpx Floui ]S t gallon krg S^rup '* 1^allon best Table Hyrup M jgallon ts^st Table Syrup K t)bars Floating 8oap Igood as ,Ivory)1 ^ s.ibars Lanadry Hoap1 ^n Ikit Herring ^ : pound tin Mince Meat ft 10cans French Peaa1 St IKpnunils rlago or Tapioca1 es 14cans 13 pounds! Pumpkins.... 1st^10 cans 13 pounds) Baked Beans.. 1 ss 10pounds Maple Sugar1 ^ Lemon.Citron and orange i*eels. perpound IS 10pound box Kvaporated Peaches. (S 10pounds Osiklng Figs1 St Itpounds dried Plums1 tt It!|s^unds dried Prunes, 40-501 W 10pounds More Park Apricots.... 1 00 12pounds NectarinesI 00 packages OSBSl or 11 loss Starch.. It tpounds bulk (lloaa Starch IS 1iiuart Club House Catsup 36 KngllshBreakfast and Gunpowder ITea. f .rmer pri^-e TV M KngllshBreakfast and Ounpowder ,Tea. former price ^0c yar ..I.I Cal. Brandy, per gal.. 2 M^5-year-oid Cal. Claret, per gal.... H^S pint buttles Catsup IN ButteCash Grocery Co. Cor.Park aad W yosnlag Sea., BUTTE. YourLife in Your Hand DR.C. L. PEilN, MirWOULD ^ IISUTSST PALMIST SEVC.NTT-TWONfDAI S 1'nnnHoi*. Sciential- tswletiev soil frsm mlier^i'uttntste* CARDERBROTHERS Paintersand Paper Hangers DIALERS IN WALLPAPER Writefor Samples. Jl E. Quart! Street. Butte. Meet. ButteHotel, Room aoi BUTTE,rtONTANA. Hour,itail). alto un MubiUjt*. from 10 a. in. to^S p in. 47E. Broadway, Opposite Postot'ke, BUTTE,MONTANA aw dr.sanden's lectricBelts Soldat GALLOGLY^ GO'S DRUGSTORE OwsleyBlock, Main Street, Butte. oo I Xo.leVorth Mais St Run. ^^^.. DR.w. todd PHYSICIANAND SURGEON E.tsblklMSla ISMS lot th - honorable aad^m-ientlSr traatsMSt of all dlteaae* of itM Utauo-^t'rinary Oraaai. Mala ana Bloud. -yphi Utnd^Venereal lliaaatM is avery tors*. Nenoutaeat.^W.akueia*. aaa iBSlarrvtiop. af Youas. Mldill,*-^*.l and rrwaaturel; old Mrs. aad all PrtTate,^. hr-.nii- and .iperUl PU^^ of Man aad W,^a^^,^Rupture. Strlriara aa4 til'- ParisianDye House. trests Dyetag ans Cleaatog. Ttteoaly tteate tat lUa Nartkaraat last list tha^Kr.nrh prorata. Wa f.araatea our work to ba^tirn-Uy Iral-eiasa. H, hate no tolMaset or^branrk ogMoa. All sraett ....... .1 t^ U*(^ St KOWKSTOaLKMa .-r.. HI T IK MONT^PAUMIC TOMINING MEN WsCarry s Fad Use el MININGBLANKS^Statt feats. Stack CaTssfiafe^Cafaafltial Scth, RubberStamps, COPTSMINING LAWS StaUrdJ^Wisk^| Ct t-assssA^i^r^elat* Afood raaaedy, and ^h^r^ la not aaytklag aa Iks^marital thai rsuala t'raark Tanay l'akktu la* ess^ra.wf aad cur a of painful or tmsjaksr I TVa*tahlata rtaotr all -v-~^ whattha esate.^Paris, fntne*. DrmjtCm . B*alU, - parhoi. aasi by stall Mrarsly aaawt. east*Wan.itarturos by A AaSSSdSS,^an.-- and for taia oaly by D. M. nssjats^. Butt*, stoat.. Ml Agsast. PrkM BS AGreat Bargain Owingto my Inability to^conduct nay store aad ranch at tp^^me time. I have concluded to essae myranch for sale at a great i^It is located five miles east et ,^da and one mile north of Warm^Springs, contains U0 acres under Mat,^water rights, restdem e aad ssssVsssat^outbuildings. I wlU sell with kSJSas-^ments for $4,500. Rest cash, kilaail aa^time. It is just the place Bar that gtsWf^business, good markets Betes; agar 04^hand The price tea trifle ksM (Bail H^per acre and lees than I past toe St. Titleunquestionable. Apply er sM^l^snalaa. Oear Istlswa ataada Peter