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Attne ijji London, Engtond. ZL. little church, under whore ahad Tj* the vault tlurt holds the bodies ^illTirivat Earl of Beaconslield, of his ^.Æft.îwife, of his brother, and of the S'fJL iea him her fortune in so ro fcd. v ?" waV , has been considerably ab"", First, there is the neat east a illustrative of the Te Deum, (xquisite wall paintings on tfijV'Le. This was the gift of the tU pxiriitors of Lord Beaeonsfield's i*?. in honor of his memory. Then a" 1, u tin* west window opposite,the of the vicar's memorial sub lion S««« «ad mementoes hang t |„. «pot where the statesman used oV ' r it verv Sunday of his life at Ü,,."l< n. The queen sent specially t st. ïfe*? knight oi the tïartci*. late Earl's position as most noble Order of the The mantle, the helmet, and . v .- ( ,r,| iiow hang from the cm»* wall "f.r* Oil lit« Iwck of tlw 0 LI i tH .|,-, which is below the insignia * 7 , 1 ,,. „„hr, there is affixed a simple iih-oi nolislied brass, with Lord Bea ii-iicl*l> name upon It. A near mem ' j.. w ip«low on the south side of the ' I nr« h alsiut to be put in by tlie un ,* ra ,la:ites of Oxford. Ti»e scheme '/the vicar's memorial Included a M-lfrv. These would suita thf i'iT^«ii|»Icte wfiafc is at present a very *itractive little country church. It Is t ,!h* hoiHsl that enough will he sub hi cairy this through. By the il«- of the choir is the tomb of a war Î, ref riic tiiirtcenfeh century, v ith the ' .,1 |c->, to which only the crusader is entitled. It is said to be that of iMr'iard, ,i,v ,vo*<'i»gest son of Simon de IfeiitVon. the famous leader of the ;, pi „« jjiuI putative founder of the of cou I moils. Tliis vale of Bucks 4 fui • >f great men. Not far from I,,.*. ivSiiiuiKi lUirke was horn. There «•a.-a wreath of white dowers over the «at of the departed minister, and an , titer «»nt- like it over his grave, the gift «I Mite thoughtful heart. The vault wa-i now tilled in and closed ; the long, .loping pissage, down which so many oriU-iï last April to jsiy a last farewell îo»ll that was left of their friend and k»Ur, was no longer visible. Green iari and »lowers now' conceal the spot, ilioU'di a broad waste of worn amt trod T,,*«..* showed how frequent had i*i*n tii«* visits to the tomb. Met His Match. Kro:u lh- Sh»? nd Leather Reporter. Tl»«* en I v man who ever I »cat a nitro -!vc«rii»c'explosion after it was once -îârtisl. is John McCleary, of Pennsyl - ania. He saw what was coming and ran. His coat-tail was cut fill* ami his ittick was somewhat scratched. He unifMsl. with some assistance from hc niiNl, aiiotif a hundred feet, and contin unl running until he drop|Ksl from 'aligne. He kept ahead of the flying ragim-nt* just as Baron Munchausen kept ain-ad of the rain, and tlu*re limy ,„. a |j,. jiiiout it somewhere aise». This i. MiH tiiing akin to the story w hich „M Cel. Ibid, of Acton, Mas»., relates, .mi iiiaiittains that he was an eye-wit :u»ofd»c clrcuinstaiice. One of the iu'Wik-r-lioiisi^on tiie hank of the stream .VUv Concord, l»Iew up (as they are iu tiu. habit of doing on an average of two ••rthree times a year), and sent a moil .Iving tiinmgh the air, throwing him .imiplctdv over a round-top hill. He va* a -coiiijKinied in ilia terrible flight i.v an iiistriinient, pndutbly something dariHT Hum the ordinary hoe use«i in flu* manipulation of saltpetre, prhieh. just before he landed, cut him slick ill twain through tiie waist, i lie legs walked off lor a distance of several yards, and the trunk. |»ointiiig its index i:ijçer toward the retreating saddle, ex .liiiiKMl: "See there!" A bystander, w ho didn't seem to take much stock, so loMfwsik, in the Colonel's story, related what <M*curr»xl in Ills saw mill. Two «logs win* fighting. When the eneouii ii*r Im-jiiiii* fiercest they got directly in iront of the saw, on the carriage, whicli wan slow I v but surely moving up to the killing point. They seemed to be in a •Imth-struirgle, when one was cut whh l»Ie»i*ly in two. Now', it isa well-known !»n>|irHition that every dog lias four legs, »Hit no dog has his four legs behind; and, however that may be, the two hind lqrs »r this particular «log ran away, while the two fore legs remained and whi)»|H-d tiie other dog. Colonel Reed 'imply said: "If I told such a liens •hat I'd have no hope of heaven !" The Strength of Plain Statement. -Mr. K. \Y. I'.miTMUi's os-ay in the Mit la-in/.('<i,hu\tf «fintrasts as follows, I he strength of plain and umlcrstate iiK'iit-», wtill the common weakness of "tiie supi rlntivc Tiie liret valuable |K>wer in a r.*jiM>naldo mind, «»lie would M}*, was : in- I* »wer of plain statement, ortho |m,v., to nceive tilings as they »H-fall, and i«» •rstiislor tin* picture i»f dn-tii to allot Sii*i- mind uiialtcix d. *Tis a g«»»»i| niio of rhcioric which hchlegcl gives—** I h ._ t « H | I,rose every word is un 'h*r-H-.,i-i ii wiiioh, t sitp| hho, means :i,, v**r ! r-patlans, stoics. Iioroos, and «gi'ds use a shortard positive V-'V'i. Tiny arc novcrofl'tliciri'on (■»s : i>.-n as llu*y swell and paint a,, d fin ! trutli not'enough for them. ' M !t«-iiii»g of tin* brain has already Ik*-, -'»h. I siiMiis os if inflation wore :« 'ilm-jv.,. in i-|oiit to too mtloh use of word>. and iho remedy lay in recourse e» tiling-. I .on «laily struck with the ;on ji,i. , nil j t r-itr.tcnu nt of p«H»pie who "* IV '' i'" lib-mry liabit. The low ex * M (. is si r-ing and agreeaiili*. The -ii /.i-i ihvi l!.i in delusions. His dress •''id dr.i;.i--i hnus> ami stabler, oeeitpy •utn. in,. j,ooi* countryman, having no ' !r "*iin-t;tU( i of (*arpi'ts, cortches, din ,,l ' rs . win,, and damalig in his head to iiiin, 7 aide to look straight at • xvit 'i..i 1 1 ivi'ra -tion «»r prismatic asid In- sees whether you wk »I*«* or whether your ntwl is Iiy liiiu mixtures of wines. Th«? '' !s 'in .i, |„Mipi«,. diminish ; "a eohl '•tiji; rains easy;" good haying .if! * i r - NY lien a fanner means to I' 1 .''•'I that be is doing well with his i }}\ 1'° siv*«. "I don't work as ha ni as , V I j • a,| d 1 don't mean to." When be - nus tt, «'oiideitin any treatment «>f " ls "r «if Mot-k, he says, "It won't «1«» ; «y g*N»é." i n.ier the Catskill utouij . * t»ie boy in the steamlKsit sai«l, ni, *c up hi re Toney ; it looks pretty ■J <'f doors." FOR RENT «.n. Lower Montana street, «■«•liar. Apply at this ofllaa. And thou, too, sister? A. moTniimn. hum fool in Chiowo to establish an in*. •ff 1 ®® tor women. Chicago doe towefatoitl i rtthetM n« I* 3bt W Cbtago women look on the wine when it ie red until they U»» mf temporarily, colorblind. oecome. Oail Hamilton Is notonlyagood writ "P®* »dverttoer Be by -Ltterary World to reply toto pucitloB, fa your hart |*e Piüees in favorable review S!îî]?i* ,lof V^*^ ok ®» <kDd th *n con cludes by saying "After a full survey; •Iter a lingering leaf turning of books whose chief justification must be tn the wrong, necessity of loving to write them. I think my very best hoc* is the one I am going to write." A point to be noticed and commented on says the American Queen , is the ab sence of powder and rouge from the bet ter portion of New York women. There was a time when on the street and everywhere ladies seemed to have mar vellously lovely complexions, the result of cosmetic. To their credit be it said, the girls of the period do not depend on any such accessories; they seem to have Anally made up their minds that riding, driving, walking, skating and swim ming will bring bloom to the cheek worth having, and tliat belladonna <*»■> never give the brilliancy to the eyes that robust health and out-door exercise give. Mile. Rosa Bonheur is short in stat ure, hut she is robustly and broadly built, and she carries her head proudiv, almost deAanily. Her cheeks are still pink, and her face is full of health and vigor, though her hair is fast turning gray. She still wears it cut and parted like a mail's. In the studio and at j j i 1 home she w«*ara the masculine costume; hut it is said "her face restores a perfect woniaiiiiiicss to the whole figure—small regular features, soft hazel eyes, and a dignified benignity of expression. The manner matches the face. Hhe has a low pleasant vt»iee, and a direct simmer ity of sjieech most agreeably free fr«»ni the artifi«K*s of compliment." When she goes to Paris she «tresses in the uui fonn of her own sex; hut she never as sumes iietticoats without deprecating the custom, and c«»mp!ainiiig of their interfering with the freedom of the limbs, anil thereby impeding tiie power of locomotion. Why Eve Had no 8ervaut. A lady furnishes some of the reasons wliy Eve diil not keep a hired girl: There has been much said about tiie faults of w'oiiMrii and why they need so much waiting oil. Some one (a man of wiurw) lias the pre*unt)>ti<>n to ask: "When Eve was manufactured of a spare rib, why was not a servant made at the same time to wait upon her?" She didn't need any waiting up«»n. Adam nevi*r came whining to Eve with i\ ragged stocking to be «larued, buttons to l>e sewed on, or gloves to be mendctl "right away—quick, now !" He never read the papers until the suu went «lown behind the palm trees, and, stretching himself, yawned out—"Isn't supper reaily yet, my dear?"Xot he. He niaae tiie fire and hung the kettle over it himself, pulltxl the radish««, peeled the iiotatoes. anil did everything else he ought to. He milked the cows, fed tin? chickens and looked after the pigs liini selC and never brought half a dozen friemls home to dinner when Eve had no tresli | s migra nut i*s. He neverstaid out till 11 o'clock at night, upon the P ica that lie had beim in attendance at a 'rec Mason Lodge, and then scolded liecause |x»or Eve was sitting up and crying inside the gate. He never loafed around comer groceries while Eve was rocking little Cain's cradle at home. He did not call Eve up from tiie kitchen to get his slippers and find them in a comer where he left them. Not he. When lie took them off lie put them under a fig-tree beside ids Sunday hoots. In short, lie did not think she was es peciallv created for the puns»»«* of wait ing onhim, and he wasn't under the impression that it disgraced a man to lighten a wife's cares a little." A Cure for Weak Byes. Mr. Dana was born in 181«, at Cam bridge, in Massachusetts, and gave enr ly|eviilenee of the intellectual and lite rary aptitudes which lie received from mit'ure's hand When he was hut a boy «if IK, he found that his devotion to study at Harvard University had brought on a weakness of the eyes, which, in liis own words, "he resolved to cure, if |s*s»ihle, by an entire change of life, and by a long a)wi nce from books, together with plenty ot hard work, plain foist and open air." ith this purpose in view lie engaged hiin M*if as a common sailor on Ismnl the brig IMlgriin of Boston, which was about to make a trip round CapJ Horn to the Western Coast of North America. to this we owe "Two Years lwfore 1 he Mast"—one of the most graphie and in teresting books that overcame from an American peu. Il w not generally known that in early life Mr. Ciadslone -uflered, like Mr. Dana, from a weak ness .»f the eyes, whicli tlireateneil very serious iMiihtHiiiriUH 1 ? 5 « aim whiHi tiie English prime minister happily cured bv confining himself voluntarily for six month» within the precincts of a dark room. In both eases the remeily was successful .—From a London Better Than a Title. \ Detroiter was on a visit to a bright little town in Missouri last tall was in vited to attend a select party, and he was hesitating whether to go, when one of the Committee on Invitation thus M ^hy, «I course you must go. lA»t s Shall I introduce you as ( «encrai __ •»?» "Oh* no; I'm nogeiunil." "How'll Judge-—— do. "But I'm no judge.' "Uni ' Wei 1, we can get over that l*> 1 the Hon. Mr.-, of stt*. YOU calling . ff I*have no husiue»» with the pre fix cm "Haven't y«»u written a i»optilar i»o i, v*» i '•itatjôüaretho a«iU.«rof alM-okV" •''ITm. I-*'»««! Woulil you objert to 'Profe»>r' l*fo» yo«r naro«? „ "Well, I iMtve no right g"*}® ÎV w - * i Then yon are plainly Mr. •'Let'» see "That*« all, and at Pm agro "Y-e-a; plain-. Keep a y*M. Have yon ever fiülea?" "Yes, I went down during the panic." "Good enough—just the idea ! Come right along to the party. I'm to intro duceyon as a Detroit merchant who has tolled and to keeping shy for a compro mise often cent« on the dollar ! We've droek it eeiid, and IU warrant you a good time. Sharp 8. Good-day." Sunday Reading. A cheerful face is the sunlight of the household. As any one to more wise, he is more sparing of his censures. The proof of a strong will to its grace fill surrender on proper occasions. A mod book to a man's truest friend and best companion. * If one has foith, it will make itself ev ident. Faith gives courage to work in such a way as to succeed. As Beethoveu entranced a world with symphonies he could not hear, so may we make others happy though misera ble ourselves. We are floating to eternity on the cur rent of humanity's best thought. Would we raise ourselves ? Then we must raise the current. Don't let the duties of to-day lie over to be fulfilled to-morrow. A life, like a business transaction, carried on such principles will result in utter failure. Of itself, nothing is of any worth or importance. Man is no exception to the rule. He must lie useful to others, or there is no occasion to count him. Don't be afraid of loving people too much, or of throwing away too much kindness. It is just such things the world stand in need of, and they have the advantage of enriching the giver. Don't try to seek popularity. It would be lietter to avoid it, or, at feast, its ex pression. Try to do your duty exactly, all the good you can, and let popularity take cure of itself. As Joab came with a kind salute to Abner and thrust him under the fifth riii, while Abner thought of nothing hut 'kiutlness, so sin comes smiling, comes pleasing and humoring the«*, while itgiveth thee a deadly stab. Persons who love to do good will be known and sought after. An uble, skill ful, and faithful physician will get prac tice. Ho, in any business, tiie man who knows li»w to do good work anil tries hard will-find business. Poor work is undignified. To cozen charity for play is undignified. To pre tend to preach, or teach, or write, or follow any of the arts, having no voca tion thereto, is undignified. But hon est anti intelligent work of whatever kind, must comer dignity. Things that will wear are not to lie had cheap. Whether it be a fabric or a principle, if it is to endure it must cost something. Glitter, tinsel, brilliant col oring, may all he had without much ex pense; but if we would have strength, firmness, and permanence, we must p y for them. How the Aurora is Formed. ill a recent lecture l»y Prof. W. Grylls Adams, recently published, the follow ing theory is projioundeil to account for the «»bserved interrelation of earth cur rents, magnetic storms, aurora auil sun spots: Prof. Adams assumes the sun to lie a magnet, and infers tliat changes in his magnetism affect the magnetism of the earth. Further, the sun and moon, by dragging the atmosphere toward them as tiie earth revolves, may cause tliat friction between air anil earth, aud also that evaporation which together may generate the supply of jmsitive electricity in the air and negative in the earth. "Again," he says, "these tides in tiie atmosphere will cause the mass of it to lag tiehind the revolving solid earth, and at a height of thirty or forty miles we have a layer of air which, for air, is a comparatively good conduc tor of electricity. Here, then, we have, not a lagging of the magnet Ik hinil the conductor, litit a lagging of the comluctor behind the magnet, and hence, according t« the laws of Faraday, wc may cxjK'ct a current or a gradual licapmg up of electricity in the air in the opposite direction to the earth's crust." Thus, the regular tidal-waves in the atmosphere would cause the grail ual transfer of positive electricity from the poles toward the equator, either as a current or a mass of air statically charged. "When the air is charged up to the discharging point we may get the sudden discharges such as the aurora, in the air and the earth current in the earth ; and since the eomluctnig layer of air approaches nearer to tiie earth in the colder polar regions, possibly within twenty miles of the earth's surface it may lie found that tiie discharge of the aurora may even take place from earth to air by gradual, slow discharge, anted, as it may l>c, l»y the state of moisture of j the air, ami by change of temp« Ta tu re i and other «nuises." TJu* i»lil reputation of "India as ihe .sink of the precious metal«" npjicnr» from an oflieial |»a|H*r reei titly pubiisiutl in Ualeutta, to bo woii liiaintuiuod, not w ithsfaudiii!; the deoiiuc iu tiu* im|M»n» of silver, it seem» tliat the net ini|»»r»s «»f flu* pm i«»u* jjief:*!* «Itirinsi tiie last twenty-live years -tliat i«, the amount alter «'fodueiing tiie «pian tit ies export«*!! —have reaeht'tl tiie enormou* sum of! .«2H5,5fiÜ,«i0ü sterling. Last year the reg istered imjHttta of gohl were nearly eighty percent, greater than in the pre vi«»u» year, au«l the largvst of any year since iSTO-l. Thi» is eonsiiicred U» indi cate a return <»f pros| ht ity ami a conse quent increaMMl deinami among the p«*ople for b«>ar«ling and for oniaments. jVhc York Stock Report. G. C. THURSTON & SON, Brlrkmaker* and Contractor*. Office and Brick Yard foot or Montana street, near Cen tennial mill. Butte Citv. We will contract to furnish one thousand or «aie mlillon of Brick to be delivered at our yard early th) coming Summer. __________ ,c !* , : it *_ EDWIN B. WATERBÏÏÂY, «RXJERAL. AUCTIONEER ffiTWIll eeoduet Sales in nty or Coratry. -FOR BARGAINS OX THE fusthfebroart IX FALL i WINTER GOODS tek» j i At Barnett's. /'S THE NEW PATENT DOUBLE SPIRAL BED SPRING. Warranted to be superior to all other*. They are noiseless, elastic, durable.. For evidence of this statement call at the utMce ol B. F. CLAYTON Real Esta .e & Insurance Ag't WEST BROADWAY. A. TO/1 ER, Agent for Silver Bow County. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, EAST BROADWAY UcBURNEY BOUSE J VRK-PROOr BU1VK Deer Lodge City, - - Montana Ayleswortli & McFarland •PROPRIETORS. ___and fS-M Per Day, aeeocdia to Location ot Rooms. SINGLE MEALS, SO CENTO A'Susxelof the Patronage of; the Traveling Pu lie is Resuectfully Solicited.. VIRGINIA MAIN STREET, BUTTE CITY, M OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. T. j ! Oysters to Order at oil Hours Extra Mo»*.'* ...i privat«* partie* w a', wily tiilH* JBO Order What You Want* ANJ> PAY a cl oud i y gl r. OH AS. H. FIBRE T. //. BUTTE tes j NEW PHOTOGRAPHICi^TXE^CH STUDIO ! Granite St., BUTTE, M.T* Having opened a flrst-etass Studio, with all the Inte*t Improvunent*, l am prepared to do all kinds of Photographic work at the lowest prices cons stent with superior workmanship, The largest« d finest collertlon of View* of Montana and Wonderland in the market to rYour patronage is rsspsetftally sollettod^ POSTOFFICE, BUTTE, M. T. ot i, (kmUMrn, «ml Caitfjrnl«, tI* U. A N. Railway, dally. Arrivas, il p. m. Departs. 3 a. m. Ctean, 9 p. m. , Wleke*. Rade m bars» Boseman ar<* Montana, via BouMcr and B-ain dally, Arrives 9 p. m, départi, 3a. m. Cloeee,9p. m. Deer Lodge New Chicago, and Western Mon tana, dally, Ar*ve, t p. ni , Deptm. 7.40 a. ut. Clo'e.9 p.ni. liiilipsburg. Cable, and way, dally. Arrives, 3 a.m. Depart«. 6 a. m. Cloeee. 9. p. m. Walkenrille, dallr* Arrives ,6 p. m. Departs,10 a.m. Closes, 9:3t > Whitehall via. Pipestone, mall (ri-wwke Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and satvTun* * 6 p. Departs Mondays. Wednesdays, at«, Prtaays, at 9 a. m. Closes, 6^9 a. m. . Office Hocks: General Delivery, 840a. m t#7.p. tn. " " Sundays, 12 m, to 1 p. m. all Box Delivery,8:39 a. tn, tox p. m. " " Sundays, 9 to 10 a; tn. and 6 to 7 p. ns Money Wnler and Registry business opens at 9 a. m. and closes at 4 p. m. Xo Sunday bail ees. P. S. The hoar for open T g the delivery is a eeoearlly late on account of tii distribution all onr heavy malls in the morning. W. EGBERT SMITH. P. M. Butte, Sept. 21th, iwi. FURNITURE ROOMS? «r m P. ' Il B. PETTIT. «». . J»«wey *. ^ BASEMENT UNDER NE WTOX BROS DRUG STORE. MAIN 8T. t •UTTC CITY MONTANA AU the latest styles of Furniture coiiKtsili.g In part of ;■ Ü,! • R SUITS. Chamber ami' Bed • Room Ho- o' li Me anil walnut lop, Wood and Cane S» - ci.ai:-».; BEDSTEADS, Bnreans. Tables, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Dressing Cases, What-Not* and Bracket*. MIRRORS, Picture Frames. Clock Shelves. Mouldings, Brackets, and Hat Racks. MATTRESSES of Hair, Wool and Mo A No. 1 Feathers In balk. WALNUT COFFINS constantly on band, and trimmed to order. Trimmings of all kind! constantly in stock. _ B.FETIT THE CORNER RESTURANT. WALKKllVILLK.. ALSO LMDGING. Oysters in Every Style. tat First-Class Sample Rooms Attached. WILLIAMS A SIMON SEN. y. j. McConnell, CA ftPENTUR i AND BUILDER. Ht ai>* Work u Sperialt.v. KT^PIans anil »pedfiraiioiiH drawn. KENNEDY STABLE MOHTARA STK'ET UTTC DURAND & HARDENBROOK PBOPBISTOB8. ■Rnifid Hav, Potatoes, . and Grain, ÇoHBtamly en Hand and Sold at. 3ta*eraM dee 21 dr BITTE SAW BILLS VM. THOMPSON Dealer.in'a 1 1 'kind* o! j and Seasoned Lumber ! Hill Stuff far Mining Purposes, A Specialty, ! Offlc* ;and yard one Block South of Park Street on Mot.tana Avenue, mari-dtf * RESTAURANT LO WKR MA iy 8T-, HUTTE, - MONTANA, j I OPEN NIGHT AND DAY! | ( t B^grd Fer WWX, $8, j Per Day, $130 EOOSfJC; NOLB. BEI LIRA. I C N-W '«J Iw Vf ■iw •io anS rs LC»' C L.i HA °*t SLU, « UWSLKA )THE( Chicago & North-Western RIALWAY (s the OLD F ST! BEST CONSTRUCTED! REST EQUIPPED! and hence the LEADING RAILWAY -lor THZ( — WEST AND NORTHWEST! it is the Short, Sore, and Sate route between Coitnoil BIulTWi —A»l>— CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE And all points EAST, such as Hiagara rails. Hav York, Philadelphia, Boston. Washington. Baltimore. Pittiburg. M i* treat, Toronto, L étroit, Cleveland* At I'onivil Binl!W tin* train* of the Chicago A North-Western and lheU. I*. R'y* depart from, arrive at, and use the *ame Joint Union l»epot. At Chicago, do*«* connection* *:** nnwlc with the U!<e Shore. Alichigan Ci ntrai. Baltimore dr Oiiio. Fort Will - no and l'eiuntylvanisi, anil Chicago d- Grand Trnnlc R'y* and tin* Kanka kee aud Pan-Handle Route*. Pnllnaa Pake« Drawing Rcom Can Are run on all tlironyli train* ot thi* roud Il I* tin* ONLY ROAI» ht'lwoen COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICAGO Upon which I* run the cclcbrateil Pullman Hotel_Dining Cars. Insi*t upon Ticket Agent* wiling you tickets ▼lathi* mad. Examine your ticket*, anil re fit*«* to buy if tlie.v «I«) not read over the Chicago A North-Wc* -«tii Kali way. If you wi*h the ln**t traveling accomumda lion* you will buy your ticket* by litis routa ■TAN'D WILL TAKE NONE OTHER. All Ticket Agt'iir* *ell Ticket* by thi* Line. MARVIN HUGH ITT. 2d V. 1» litapwtf and Gen'! Mang'r Chicago. OWSLEY & VALITON, LIVERY STABLE --AT PARK STREET BRIDGE, BUTTE. MONTANA. The Mo*t Campieie Livery Edahlwhment ir I Montana. «, Sulkies, Os Mis Csvsrsrt Herses Te Let. OSDBES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO! The Finest Hearse in Montana. TOOK BOARDED BY DAY OK WEEKS in charge af careful hontlens. The SUM* hoe a GRANITE FLOOR, an* ether accommodation* tuperter to any otket ttable in Butte. CHARGES RFAS0MA8LE L. E. MANNING, Real Estate Agent MIXING AND STOCK k.KuKKU, APPII AISI 111 ! AND— AVCTIONKCK. Property Bmicht, City mid vicinity. 97*An «x|i«*ricn<*«* ol U and l.o it'o:», Kni;la:tJ. Si»!'| <»r L«*:«se«l in Buite n y'-ars in Now* Yoik Odici* at J. D Tim** as* Pri-k lhttld III,;, West park Succt, 1*1» Sfaiis. »l , «*»*t«*tl r*-iimi* j I I*i*i. Is a'.d Mendinnt** iircmnls i monthly on smnli coirinissh ii Ki)d prompt. NOTABY Pi;iiU( CENTENNIAL ÜÜN HOUSE Butte City, Montana G. W. BEAL. Pro'r BOULDER CITY HOTEL thi* favorite Hotel lui* oeen <*«»rnpletely over hauled and lathed and p lästern! .j SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS I x:dnl tthe traveling publie. I d 3 H 4 M 4 KEKNE, Prop.