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WEDNESDAY, NOV. U, 1802.
Sal* of Fan E.L 6 onner& Co. I* aad OmI'i Seal 8«l Jackals and Doi Clreafar*. Salto. aad Children'« Muff«~and TK £. L. BONNER & CO. OOKXEBUIAL. Me* Tara. m DAILY lH.aVRB.i ornes or OmikM Sally fey VSh, Faros A Q». OOOOOOSO aOOO« I.» «s MM Mes ses fjooal News. • J j j r* Dally. A lot of mrab looms were auctioned of on the earne r yesterday. They brought Mr pt «« Warfldd is getting ready ; far eeM weather by lining and paper- ; *■$ **Teiy stable oMee. • The ramai na of Louis Monahan, i who died of puoumonla lost weak, ! were yesterday ex homed and shipped 1 by Facile Express to friends in Chi- j The body of Frank R. Hyde, who died from injuries received while un loading a boiler at the de p ot, on the *th Inst., was shipped to Lowell. Mam., ye st erday. In addition to tbo shipments of ______________ m ________ bullion last week, Donnell, Clark A ' Lambic shipped gold dost, valued at ! 10,010, making the total output of j pis ci nas metals during the week, i 037,232. I Dave Itoaieto is running the hoist ' at the Belle of Batte for a few days, i ■ during the absence of Engineer D. H. Young, who fell from a ladder j fa* Friday, and is laid np with a ! ? stiialnsd ankle. i _ _ _, ._ . „ , ! The ffaMte saloon, cu fowerMain • îüü *®îr_L'T M î. rP *' • _ h*" f "*®"®* ^ J®"* i < l mj PMlgiaise, late of the Bashing Tommy will keep a , ' The three-corn er ed ease, for the I of ITS recovere d from the swindler Gamble, was eon Jus t lee O'Meara yes* terday. The court took the case an- ! der advisement natil Monday. Her. Dwight Hpeaerr will preach ed in the Baptist chapel, upper Main ! street, this morning at II. and even- ' tag at 7:». «abject for morning, I 'l "Seeking the Lost." Evening. ra "Sceklng a Itride for Chrkt." Mr. ' will also preach every even- ; ' lag daring the week, lag daring the week, The Republicans arc trying to get np u cheap scare by claiming that the Walkervillc vate to to be thrown ont "■ ernennt of the Judg e» not being They should have _ .__ . . ! UtVC .° f ' ' vurred in Walkenrille precinct but what tbe Hoard at conaty Cnmmh "ioncra ha« fall power to correct. i ■ The blase at Meatlerville Friday ; nighi wm earned by the burning of j the Montana Cupper Company'« «ta- < Idm, which were burned to the I grmwd. Lnm about fl.Oun. Aeonsid- ! emMe quantity of hay and grain ^ were burned, but the rtoek wm got out la mfcty. This to tbe third time V***® riuhlea have been destroyed by ' reports continue to in tbe Démocratie nu^orities j the Territory- Missoula county esmea to the front, claiming ! the honor of bring the banner Demo- i evatiecounty of tbe Terriiory. The fallowing dispatch wait received by — — — 1 Are. Hon. W. Y. Pemlwrton yesterday: Nov. IA— To H«»n. W. Y. Butte: Maginnto* ma la this eojnty 900. Yonre the same. >Kigned) Frank Woody." Tha 81 toby flic engine purehmed of Botte waa tmted yesterday morn ing Id the pnssnes of tbe City (torn «IL Thsflret trial was tbrot«b 100 fast of kost with oi} inch nonle, the • water briag thrown 210 feet. The ; «tori trial was through 30» fast of j horn with 1} inch nozale, the water ! being thrown 343 feet. The highest ! •0 pounds, the 170 pounds. * Alain street wm sa frill of teams that he ham was raa around on Clore sterol, aad as the wind wm blowing pretty rirong, it greatly Interfered n fair test Engineer at the ongine.oa account of | ana, and tbe machine wm by his msiataat.— Fndrpcm dent. Fresh Con facU on w y Jnst reesivsd, nt Morris Bio's. Bsst hnm t fa of TOhmso, Cigare, Opwattre, sold at Mmris Bus's. Qfam and Qos—swore at Morris Bio's. Now Charm of thsWsstFlae-Cat at Morris fafa. of j ; : I ! the ! *Sl Elgin eroan ket, al Marrie in the Mare bar E&SS&SStttl T*™ ■»!© The following account of the terri ble Harder af Archie McGowan Ms h e ather, William MeCowan, the fli IneL, to taken from the Miner /V*| of Noe. 3d : Yesterday evening about 6 o'clock Henry and Ayres Wareham arrived in this city with a prisoner, William MeCowan, whom they turned over to the custody of Sheriff Heal/. He ' was arrested for the runnier of his own brother at Van Hale's rancho, near the head of the Shookin, the unnatural deed having been done in ; the most deliberate and cold-blooded ' A Miner IWm reporter banted up Mr. Wareham, the only ! eve-witness of the aflair, last evening, I . and from him gained the following particulars. > " '"^ÎL *" d H«-*"™ - T »' "f V Ä ? about some business matters—a set tlement of their fiinning operations this year, we believe. Yesterday morning Henry Wareham and Will iam MeCowan met at the house of A. B. Coe, and from there they walked up to the bouse on Van Hale's mnebe, which the MeCowan Bros, bad farmed this year. They stood near the cabin talking awhile, when Archie MeCowan appeared in sight, coming down the bill towards where the two men stood. William had a Winehester in bis hand, and when enee to him was made by Wareham, who said, "There comes Archie now," some mention having been previous ly made of him. Archie walked rap idly np to where the others stood, aad when within five or six feet of the other minted him with the phrase ' j a ' , a ! j ! Archie egme in view the only refer- ! ' to , "You a— of a b— !" and instantly al- i most, without another word passing, j Wllllam drew hb gun ami shot him j In the breast about two Inches above the heart. The wounded man fell.} crying "God Almighty, save me! ' | *®*l a few minutes afterwards died in j m *•»* »rmsof Mr. Wareham. , T "® " tte ^ w,ï standing nearby, ; f Jut the terrible deed was done I «fore j "® * l * r "ly realized it. He at once • WM went to thcassiatancc of tlie wounded ; tlsc ! * ndo "J emI " S*,' '"Lr ? h *j i »„| M)y . eYer ' , thelr j d " st " rte * 1 Coe " ! *** ***** ^ become of the mur- ; dlin derer and to secure bis arrest. He tlon met them coming toward the scene ; won ^ tracedy ' wben Mr * «*• |M - • u,p rd about the c-mdition of Archie. I and was informed that he was dead. Coe then > urned to William he )>ad latter's gnn) and mid: "You are my prisoner." ! "You are my prisoner." "I guess not," was the answer, as be moved towards foe, with the in tention, evidently, of wresting the gun from him. About that time Wareham snatch ed the Winehester from Coe's hand. ! mmA h ** ,, y putting In a cartridge, ' ** • bend on the I 'l ulrt, Y remarked, "Well, you arc ra - v prisoner, then." Seeing that rc ' stotance was useless he at once sur ; rendered, and soon afterward the ' Wareham hoy* started with him to this eity, and turned him over to the proper authorities. The parties to this unfortunate af fair arc well known in Itcnton and murderer and I . aided on the Hhonkin » »me two «nr ' three year». Their neigbbore apeak aouth of tbe river, a* they.liuve re- : of them a» good, industrious citizens, i and their personal quarrel a» brother» ■ to the only fault brought up again»t ; them. Archie, the victim, to 27 year» Bui lkm Shipments. j of age, and William only 22. Tbe i < bitter is mid to take Ihe.matler very I coolly, hardly realising the enormity ! of the offense. ^ - -— — — — - The following shipment»of bullion ' were made during the past week through theoffi.-eof the ISeifle Ex j press Company : Value, Do! "*"' i l * ,k * L * ra ' gor. «-■/ the Aitee, 5 bar*.......... Kw.<*ir th« i»t JtattoMi iui.k. 1 «"» ................................ far. Mfr Uk> Anwouila. 1 : km.... Kor. !* Hjr Uie Allee, 3 bar«.' Xi »14 Nor. m—By the taxing oo, to bar*.. Dev. 11— By me Alice,« bar*.......... Der. II—By DobmII, Clarh A taia 431 ; 11.73* ; 4 Hr i am So». II—1st Kation« I Bans, 3 »tank.. Total............................... ... sto se T hea tre Oomique. . ' ' : ! i ' ; ; The company now playing at the Comique include artists in the va rious lines of stage busint-ss, who would be a credit to tbe variety «tage of any city. Tbe old favorites, Iteilly, Gaylor, tbe Haifa and others are well known end require no men lion. Tbe new talent, the Catlett«, «ontley, Goodwin and Harrison are simply Immense in their respective lines of businem They ate nightly greeted with crowded boose«, and tlie audiences are uproariously en thusiastic. The semi-weekly dances given by Manager Gordon nt tlie dose of tbe play, have proved avery popular feature. : ! , ' E. the S', The lecture this evening in tbe Congregational chapel will be upon the subject "Manly Independence." Morning services, communion, II o'clock; «unday school, 12 m. All cordially laviud. West Park street, opposite Itenshow's Hall. The genial counteaanee of George » for ,<Hr best bar at Lynch A Mather's, where he ^ dispenses the bibuhmte in his «red , known Ches t crfle KM an style. Oyntera. By the can, or served at * 2Mf gWODAlU A Host's. re* LEITER & WISE. BUTTB ■»!© WEST BROADWAY, CITY -AGENTS FOR "Bom, the Chicago Tailor !" | -A Foil and Select Lineoi Fall Samples for Busiue.ss and Dress ELEGANT SUIT8 BfkDE TO OBDEB FROM $20 UPWARD. Suits ! ' ; ' TERRITORIAL NEWS. Called from the Obhramm of Our The waters from the Park, between Boulder City and Butte, ran partly into the Atlantic and partly into the p aelflc n ço an. who was mnrdersd near Benton wc.ll by hi. l»Wbw. t<K* ■**.»* •«*)• Th. rmrieid. - tend the funeral but arm not allowed to. The fanerai of Archie MeCowan A young man at Miles City, re. eeiitiy, lost his posket-book contain ing a 2-eent and a 3-cent stamp When he found it again it contained a $20 bill. All the penniless boy» of the town are now trying to make a raise In the- same way, but their poeket-boolw generally come back minus the stamps. A private dispatch from Benton yesterday, states that a large band of half-breeds, probably 200, attempted to vote at Wilder's, but not being permitted to do so, went on to Car roll and voted the Republican ticket there so'id.— Independent. The department co i. mander at 8t. Paul bas ordered that the Big Hole Battle ground monument shall re main at Silver Bow until spring, jl trump la town Wednesday even ing WM d P top(Med to exe£ï* in the p,»*,,,* of ladies a portion of the «^„me in vogue before Adam and Eve picked the''fall apple." After m indignant husband had puts mag nifleent head on him, and it was oimd that dvil proceedings would necessitate the testimony of those it WM no , desired to appear at court, tlsc Arc hell was tapped and shortly fler tbere was * nm,!np row of loniî drawn tracks on "the good broad te h **y. M w,th •*» heel marks toward the town. This is a quiet, re Mgibus town, with a disposition to dlin , clothes, deliberate considers. tlon and aoeM .nienities, but it won 't stand any bad breaks by bad people any longer than It can get It together.-AV** Xorttorr*. — ». ----- The <fonderiand Hotels. to The following description of the sort of tavern our Botte excursionists will stop at when they visit the Na tional Park next mason, is from the Helena He raid of Nov. »: The Yellowstone Hotel, la the Na tional Park, to to contain 400 The ground floor will contain the office, museur.i^Mrtors,dining rooms, kitchen and laundries. The second and third stories will be devoted to reception and sleeping apartments. The building will be situated on a level plateau at the base of a monster bluff", which stretches away akywaid in the rear many hundred]» of feet. The Mammoth Hot Springs, the waters of which are highly medici na!, will be utilised for beating tbe reinally mammoth building, and thus arc tbe phenomena of nature brought to serve the physical needs of man. Numerous lathing hoases will be erected ami supplied with the mcdieinal water, which baa proven to contain great healing qualifie», The Yellowstone Hotel ia to be I nit one of twelve hotels in diflerent parts of tbe Turk, nil to be ballt by tbe same syndicate, at an expenditure of #2,000,turn, the first of whkh, the already mentioned, will be along this fall and the main building completed during the winter. Railroad Backet. Contractor O'Neill expected to complete track faying on tbe U. A N. road to the mouth of Black foot on tbe j Rtth Inst Tbe timber and lumber for the aew wagon bridge aerme the river at Deer Lodge are on the ground. It will take them three days more to drive tbe (Hies. The U. A N. Co. fa grading for a third side track at the Deer Lode de pot met of tbe main track. radian of Butta. We direct your attention to the sale or tutu by E. L. Bonner A Co., who befug determined to sell allot their splendid stock of seal dolma «arques, Ac., previous to December 1, have marked them at prices 23 per cent, less titan cost to manufacture. Gentlemen of Butte. Are respectfully invited to rail at L. Bonner A Co. and inspect their stuck oi winter clothing, overcoats, ulster», Air caps, gloves, underwear, Ac., which they are selling at prices lower than any other house in Butte. Boston cream puff» for dinner at the Parlor Eating House. Dinner nt o'clock. breakfast at Bobbitt Motel. A lot of old type metal, which fa pronounced by machinists to be the best Babbit metal, for sale at this office cheap. tf Trout the Parlor Eating TTIT—noUIBSOK—By Sea. OsMbB. Irvtasea Mb. aM. atthsoSMC «T tbs PnbaSs lutein ibis Sir. task Am OsStas*« •Ml BalwU a tain. Mk of Balls City, N. T. i Outsldc Mining Notes. The hototing works at the Nt Hie Giant mine are completed and run. niag satisfactorily. Geo. A. Wickes, superintendent of the Alta Montana Company Wiekes has resigned. A fine body of galena ore was re cently exposed by a blast in the foot wall of the Nellie Grant. The largest bar of Cluster gold yet produced was sbipis d east last week. Its value was $ltf ,»»1. We learn from Mr. H. W. Child, the manager of tbe Boston ami Mon tana Company's property, that a cross-cut on the veiu of tbe Gkwter at at, Uie300-foot level bas progressed for a distance of 13 feet without having en countered any wall. Tbe vein at the drat level was 4| feet wide in tbe shaft, at the seeoud level fit feet, and nom' it is certainly over 13 feet, and tbe ore prospects better by far than it did above. The bullion returns seems to prove tbe fetatemeut* « on evrning tbe increasing richness the mine product. From tbe last ran of 14 days, iaekiu a few houn, the re-nit was a gold bar valued at $ltt,201, the largest yet produced by tbi« company in that length of time. —Independent. Maj. D. D. Budd, Superintendent of tlw Fourth of July mine, and one of the proprietors of tust property has «track it rich in the er tent ion of the"Mgj. Budd." In cnM^-cutung aad drifting became iu contact with a •even foot vein of ore matter, three feet of wbieh will reach the hundred«. The balance of tbe lerij-e consists of manganese, talk and gangue. Tbe ore taken from the tliree-foot crevice to covered with yeilow cliforides and tilled with blue, or black, sulfhcreis. Maj. Budd purposes immediately to ruu in a tunnel 4 M feet below tbe top of Ute sit aft and tap the nmitt ledge. This new discovery b-.s a similar bearing and genera! rosem blaiK-e to the Fourth of July. Personal. l>r. Mureigbrctl, of Warm Sluing», to in the city. M. Silverman came over from Helena yesterday. S. D. Holden, Esq., e.im- in from tlie valley last night. J. It Walker, E»q., of Walker Bros., «.alt Lake, is a guest of Supt. W. E. Hall, at tbe Alice. oi Hearns. Tyler A G.lbert liave laid upon our table a copy of tbe revised edition of "The Vigilantes of Montana," by l'rof. Tbos. J. lMiut dalc. ft to a neatly printed volume of 240 page» and coûtai ns a comnieU. history of the chase, capture, trial and execution of Henry l'hiumu rV notorious laibd of ro:ol agent.«. notorious laibd of ro:ol agent.«. Pricea that Astonish. Pands A iloyieare closing out their entire stock of ready-made clothing with tbe view of utoconiiuuiiig that deportmen*. They have marked down every garment to such an ex tremely low price that they will «non accomplish their oqjeet. f f you wtoh to buy anything iu that line so cheap that it will ast-uitoli yew, give them a call. The «lock to not ot» jectlonable, but on the contrary to lir>»t-clas* in every iwrticular. 11-ll-tf Found. A grand bnll to be given at the Bella Union «aloon. East Park street, to-morrow i Friday t night, Nov. 10th. MuntBs Kkri.ki: & IlFMKUr.K. h-2t A Grand Ball Will be given on Friday evening, December 2»th, for tue benefit of tbe «toter» of Charity, at Caplicv Hall. 13oet10t 010 Reward. Too frequent complaint* are made that the Daii.v Mixkk is stnlcu »rom tue doors of aubscribcrs. Now, o reward of f 10 will be paid for tlie arrest and conviction or any petty larceny thief wl»o to caught in tbe aetof taking the Miner fromauv subscriber's door. AI I neb Publish i N«; Co. Three car loads Sweet's common •fads now enronte to Montaua, and to arrive within tbe next ten days. Six different sixes, suitable far all cl as s es of work. Leave orders early. 2w Montana Lumber Co. Ladies «and» A Boyce iiave received tbsir seeoud shipment of ladies lastiioua ble wraps from the East, which were selected with great care by their resi dent New York buyer. Some of them are beautiful beyond descrije. tion, aud you are particularly iuvited ! to call and see tuem whether with the view of purchasing or not. 1 ltf ! Notice. Tbe Robert Emmet Literary Asso ciation has announced a ball to be ven at Capliee Hall on Tliank«giv ig night, the ditferent committees and music to bo announced hereafter, oetltttf j j j j j j » Arottoo and Monitors. A full assortment of rubber goods, ovonhnes, sandal«, arctic* and iuoni- ! toes, offend to the jobbing and retail b^B anda A Boyce, at lower ltf î can be found elsewhere. of white andeol tepriewdStotoM attheiwJi? 2 taS!*! A Boyce. ltf At 75 rants per can DtRell's, npr«r Main street. guaranteed; at of CARPETS IM Kl'AIAn CURTAINH CURTAIN« at, CURTAINS CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAINS CURTAINS CURTAINS CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAIN« » o >* CURTAINS CURTAINS CURTAIN« CURTAIN« CURTAINS CURTA INS GO a GO t alU'hln 'CARPETS CARPET« CARPETS CARPETS CARPET« CARPETSj CARPETS. CARPET« CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS .CARPETS CARPETS WALL PAPER! Decorations, Frieses Dado«, Exteu»loaa, 'Centres Corners, and other ar tistic designs iu iwqK-r Imugings. Musical. Mr. «. A. Kennieott is prepared to < receive pupils ou the piano and nr-; gan. Vocal music in cias»e». Ad-1 dre-s Postoffice. or Ricliards A Grix. : 21 Sept It Sbogo Flour. A*k your irrocer for it. 2w Montana Lr.v bkii Co. Hot Coffee. Chocolate, Tea and Cake» at 2« If «lloPAiK A Sox.-. Special Local Notices. Tim livery stable of Connolly A Co. to on hnud for blislne-s 'thi moruing. We are not burne<l out. Sept. 7-dtf G. B. «archet, M. II.. iioirne iiathii: physician and surgeon; • fli«v Granite street, »»ullisidc, near Mam Besi ionee, (Juartz street, nnctli aide, west of M. E. Church. Airs. T ,ou P. «muh, Welt Broad way, for the next thirty days is elos ing out her entire ?t«»-k at extremely low prices, to make room for now en route. a tig I Rubbers and Overshoes. Every one iu want of overaiio-.*», rublicr InsOs. etc., »Iiouhl examine the stock at Warren'« corner store, where von will lind the forfeit and Iwst assorted stock in ihn city. n-lt i ! *nre. Butter, Potatoes, Ac. Tbe Montana Lumber Co. are now ! receiving choice Montana |iotiit«cs, * creamery butter, eyu« and dres-ed , chickens. To arrive within one 1 week, choice California apple*. L*>:f Musical. Excellent Aïii-fo- Furnished for Bulto, Partie*, Wt-diiings, Ac. Les sons given on 1'iiuio, Violin, ('orii-t and TroinUuie. Piano* Tuned and Repaired by (\ l'a»*er A Son*. Leave Order* at. Richard A Grix* Book «lore. P. O. Adtlre»*, iv*x 73». Butte, ALT. 11-2-mf California Underwear and Duck Lined Goods. Attention to culled to this special line of goods. Butera will tiinl it to their advantage to call on «and* A Boyce. _ 1 if Mro. Clara P. Talent, Teacher of Piano ami Hingiii» ; al*o • f r «(ein way, Clih-ko-ring nnd ! auent Vose A Sou'« Plano*, and Gcorec Wood'* Organs. Music rooms. 21 East Broadway. 11-ô-tf Leyson A Tun-k are now pn-pnred bid«» wateli work in all il» hrauelie* promptly. Firat-cla*» work guuruti •«*e«l at reasouat.le prie«-. s nt Look out for tbe credit sale al au« j tion of four nice cottage house* aim j lot*, situate«! at the west end «»f \Ve*t Broadway, «.«tiinlay. Nov. 11th. at II «. in. Title per foc»; sale |M»iti vc. i'lerm*, oiit-tliird «-:t-.|i, halanee two. tlirc-e and twelve iitomit*' time, C. M. Paljik::, Il-4-4d Aucti ii'«> Leyson A Turek will i«i a few days i make (he nuwt magnitl win dtonlay of holiday novelties ever shown in Alontana. These goods are tlie fate*! European importation«, purchased under the personal supervision of our < Air. Turek, while in New York . eity.___ K.it A meeting of the stockholder» in the Bell Silver and Cop|»er Alining ' Coui|«ny will be held at (he «.ffi. e of tbe comisiuy, over Donnell, Clark A Larabie's bank, Rutie. AI. T.. on tlie Utth day of Nowmi>er, A. D. 1WÜ. at 7:3n p. in. A full attendance, in |»er ««•n «*•■ by proxy, is desired. pro|*>. «liions of imiNirtanee to ull the hoi«! era of stock in said «-ompanv will tln n tie submitted by- the un«ier*ign» d. lldkd Jame* Kin«. !.. JJ* *na»ni»iri.ir ôi thi'wiite' or'ÀtwVii For Bent. A furnished room on West Park street. fn«|iiireut •tf J. C\ Singer's. To Let. Furntolie«l room* at 17 Quartz st. i With oi without board. Ittatf W suitetl—A situation as nur*-». In quire at X«». 17, Quarts st. 13sen-tf ..... ■ --------------- y Notice to Creditors. Estaient Atwell .lmwry.deceased B®t»ee I* hereby y iven by the midm'innl. • Mnwnr.'^eeeeDSl. to .hee<MiH«ir*nran«t «II prrnrmm bavi> g cletin* Hgeont the m>ki tie. resned. to-xhihtt n.i m with the ne enmry voa he<«.wUh n fuar month» eft^r the nn»t eanllca bmnr thUiNMI -e. to Uie *!minis, tratsral tbe Pr« .bat- Court mue, m unite t:it)r.i'< »be "anty m Sl.v-r Hnv. . KDWIlf H. WATKRBURY. AdaUnUiiuiar <m Um «etuis « Atwell ' fot Oeptesibcr, MW. Edwin & Waterbary! OENEKAL AUCTIONEER is nty«i Ooaatry : j j MAMMOTH SALE --OK---- | ny j jf t E R CLOTHING -AT---- • 1 E. L. BONNER & CO. LsmIîph', (IiIUIivd'h sind .l/isscs' »Suits. Do'imms iiinI Fur Cloaks, Ci» ps. J/ii IF« h» nI lies Dress Cotais. Cashmeres anti 'muh $£«• Cloths. Cloaking's anti Manuels. Velvets, Flushes and Ftn* Trimmings. Dlankcts, Coin Tons. iVe i Ihtltiii^ Oil coals, Caps and lI;it M( fioof n. S/tO' H unit itubbvr fVo#g/g Bargains in üvery Department. Carpets and House Furnishing Goods a Specialty, Closing Sale of Clothing AT T 1 k & BOYCJi i We offer our Era ire Sfacfr of Clothing, consisting of Cassimere, Cheviot, Diagonal and Broadcloth Suits for Dres s or Business Wear, Cost and Loss to Close Out Our Stock. Wt* throw o iJiscor.îîïiue ili* 1:1: : Piiiin* :•!» br.'cu h of »•ur »k<'l • th. w h - Vo jm-il vely b-iMi tl to »■'»'till t* Dry Ms, Carpe is n » s O JLi Faraishiqg Goods'. Buyers wit for they unto! >t .itt.uheil. wliu li. fit« ! .1 u to 1114*13 ! !*.• <|U * « ■ î » seen an ly id jot ic i.V f - \ pi,cl I -toil li].; .. jo I iti V ow. »•ur cl ill tit» 1 ..hi, !•' ■' Q -, - ands & Boyce. Montane. Lumber Oo U'lndesaie dtsihr- 1 in ib'ur, gr>«in, buy, an«l pn*lu< c oi utl kind*. 2w Tlie Pnrhir ites'nnr mt ha* lieen re ••wilt, retilttii ami relu- ntoinsl, and will rco|N-n with a era ml turkey and chicken dinner next Saturday. N< - vemner 4. 't-ir Wanted. A colored wonien to <-«>ok an 1 »I«* general housework. 1*1»».-«- ».•riia nent. In«|tiire <»f E. A. Hetlinger. X«». U Alain street. For Kent. Knr i**ir»l room at !<• Rciiuirc on the l »rcrni»».-< > n : w< ■I l*;irK *t tl. Sll.er Hity Meat Markst. la ronn-rtion «rhli their wlote**! In liutte. BIELENBERG & FÄLLIG AN Have started a simp in WALKBRVILI.E, | WUe-c they will d<> ^ j Wholesale and Retail ll«i inc«*. ' They *n>ieit h «tiare oi publie pa r liuge. I . BOOTH'S Select Oysters Received Daily. Michigan Apples-A Car-load Gilbppi; Ac Tvi<»p. «II MAIN ST.. BUT TE. j I M. MOORE & CO., ; Minin* and Stock Brokers. No. 78 Broadway, New York. Promoters and Dealen in Mines »n«| Min in« Inveetnicuu. SUwfc* bought •ad sold on Cowntiuioii. I • - .. — of inv«**i|nf* Potable Minins Stork» « P»t«s and tbnae owning tti*i-c wiahing to place them on the are Invited to eommnni UNION MILLS STOBF. Four.Feed. Groceries, Piovisions. lot Kitll'U' fil i'Oltll i Ftesh Ci.-il Biiil CoinmiHisioii. Uavi.jg i! n ivui a Choice Lot of < ri«**. E îsli'ni Ajiji'c«, C i'ifornin Onions. - <, Ib»hv ('iv ttu rv Dut 1 er, .lolfer-on Pot.ito.'s l 'a '»I» 1 , 2 ". Goots. fqnii|is, C.irruts, &c. I'iiv«- Large Quantities of »iii«'il liny. Mr.ülnun :<ntl Nebr:ukn Oats. Gran, Wheat. HiU'kwin -il ami Croain of tiio Valley Flour. d to ,i : j si.* gO'-Hto in iny line at L »west Af .rket Price*. All I' «■■ »itoi.lt I *i ir own interest* nv calling and examining * tietore pnrcji »sing. ■'••«I *«» .ni par**.»! city tu,:| vieinily Free «if charge. » i>i «•!•»»] • »-to Ilf! and pri. ••• d-deil 102 Lev/ ; i Liiia it. G. 8. LEWIS. Prop'r. | j ' Wanted. : 'Of*-' fli -i.i 1 !•*> I«»,-..! L . 11 Uuu* l|.trJ«vur< •s Tn.iit-r*. «i.ali- «in 'I'M V »•» tl. .t. 15'u"ie •llllKt'.X. ]| iCoberr r.r.iin t i.itrrary eisiti.n. »<*rt '• niiiie' I, ni t '• - »-very F î :.i»y «•« c •. ••t T. Jtipinr » Hiiit. " i;.v or». ! • J rih Til • l: Ill •• « f\r. In I V 1«. f'l'.lloii •oT-n p .e.. nt I: Iv M :«t If : A col. I'«»»- lti<:ii. •• - •• ro m (,j »V •- Hr«.-.it «r.«y. Wanted. Ass u .* »'I'lf • I« IV : li.i'i'i li 3>l •o n • . 11.1 » ■ <rd». of ffi. It.il.l iito. v.-r : »***• »• II- I •» il -W! M •I » : * »«»»« 1 » IT' '> co till* f !i•• c«.i, • j • l- K .:ii • oi r t, v. I. \J • H v , u*f. li-ui it«. •» •> . s , i: .Ml«!« K.\l •cl* lii K »-»» ». OUT » A t#rier:- I' * «r pun: ; I *x-rt a i'y, I» trt i«' M«> It .-.H l'«»r IJ«*n :. î* I -1 \V««I • I«. t- of II V,. j ■ •» I" ».'lllflll, » r :t| t Mum *t, Not }»•!». Him* wirh Ai'j.iy tn it'*»«II ! v nhv. ,,c . fr«,..» t, 'K .#<>«5 î •• »<.ii-.ii uuib-«iis^tM»c«ii » r U,» î- , It I'.CH. Unit«.. Mo T jri orv ..f •s my '..iv , . - ■■ aeffo ,,r Hit •I A I * M ^Tl It - W - * * dun lakoti l*i. ' »«•]»>! > ,v . un»* ». I» *IO l! vi-«r % 0 mcuonald. LEFOltD'S Dnttciiijr leaden»/ ( iiplicc llall. G«utv r as* mM*ill Moil*« 3 d tt«d" n*—» »«tv ev«-ni g «t : l.iii|.e« an » invnti«* flu** on «aturUJ «l'.rtxn MtSoVMH** I- a M ure * hv ry S itunuy «.v««nlf s. H km«. L »* •• * »iv« ii .î «ui» *' «.lie*»*« Mu ir lurtiiMi)*-'! lor Hail* Mint I* rtiv* 1HHÎÎ. FALL HE\SOX. T v mo.t « levant hi «1 I«»«—t »I) Ftillinery Goods Jus: r-«viv>d I y M ss°s DEERIIT 3 1 C 3 B 3 - „r - .. '« a-'* it«- t ]•<» 1 1 Jl * V r ; mi i nr. • •*-»|i > .,if •» «I • î ■ tf .! •» I« . Ml « *1, tt-«i oi •» ir very m «l' ** til« r* MI ■» •:* !»K 11 :S Kuiii St. It 4ml «• . . 4 « «• î ■ f 'in* ■ ry *> * ro «n Butta Cl*.'»