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Anaconda Sews
ANACONDA OtFlCE 104'j COMMER«
Cl Al. AVENUE. □
THEIR VACATION
Where the Teachers Will
Spend The Summer
MANY ARE GOING EAST
While Others Will Visit California
And Sound Points—Will Have
Three Months Pleasure.
The Anaconda public schools closed
yesterday for the term, and the next
three months will be given over to rest
and recreation on the part of the fa
culty and pupils, which number about
2,000 souls. The closing exercises in
each building were marked by a very
friendly condition between the teach
ers and pupils. Many pleasing pro
grammes were rendered, which were
attended by a large number of visit
ors, among them several parents.
After school a few picnics were held
itt the park and suburbs, and en en
joyable time spent by all who attend
ed. During the closing hours some
renegade boys, who had heard of the
fire drills at the Lincoln school, rushed
in and pulled the fire alarm, causing
a hasty exodus of pupils from the
rooms, leaving the visitors looking at
the blackboards in blank astonishment
until the children were ordered back
by the assurance that there was no
fire.
The last day of school is a time the
janitors come in for honor, and it must
be said they are well thought of by the
way the teachers and pupils thanked
them for kindnesses before leaving the
buildings, which is an indication that
everything is in harmony in tlie
schools from A to Z.
The faculty will spend the vacation
as follows:
Miss Minnie I,. Dyas will eave in a
few days on a visit to Beileview, la.
On account of the illness of her moth
er, Miss Mary McLaughlin, principal
of the Bryan school, will spend her
vacation in Butte, she having been
c-ailed there on that account before
Decoration day. Misses Virginia Doug
las and Anna Leftnahan did not apply
for appointments. Their plans for the
future are unknown. Miss Blanche
Mathes will shortly depart for the
White Mountains, New Hampshire,
her native state, where she will spend
the summer. Miss Anna M. Suther
land will be the guest of the Birdseye
family at Avon during vacation.
Misses Anna Evans, Harriet Wright
and Ida Marchion w ill make up a par
ty who will visit California. Miss
MacDougall. the newly appointed in
structor of music in the public schools,
will visit Boston and other points in
the east, and will brighten up on new
ideas in music where taught in the
Schools.
Miss Anna Quigley, ex-county su
perintendent of schools, who was ap
pointed teacher in drawing, is now in
the east, but will return before the
next term of school commences.
Miss Jessie E. Blaokistone, princi
pal of the Prescott school, will visit
Minneapolis and also her old home at
Shullsburg, Wis. She will be accom
panied as fur as the Twin Cities by
Miss May Shea, who will visit Otta
wa, Canada.
Salt Lake, the city of flowers, will
claim .Miss Nettle O'Donnell as a vis
itor. while Misajj&resa O'Donnell, her
sister, expects Aftr'go east. Michigan
will have as a guest Miss Mary Mc
Donald. Missoula?£tnd St. Kegis, Mon
tana. friends w ill entertain Miss Mae
McHugh. Miss Margaret Gleeson will
make her initial trip to California and
will visit with her sister at Los An
geles, but will spend most of the time
at Santa Monica beach. Miss Ida
O'Bannon will visit her mother at San
Diego. Cal. Miss Marie Quiglev, a
daughter of Montana, will visit Black
foot city, where she was born, and
•where her parents now reside.
A summer school will be taught by
Miss Inez Elliott in the Central build
ing.
Miss Nance E. Hardenbrook will
visit with her parents at Deer Lodge.
Miss Mary Cody, who has been
changed from a substitute to regular
teacher, is teaching a summer school
at Silver Lake, one of the most de
lightful summer retreats in Montana.
Miss Alice Mahoney will go to Salt
Lake and take the Rio Grande for the
east and will go as far as Boston.
During the month of August Miss
Esther O'Keefe will visit in the Bitter
Root valley at the Dougherty ranch,
near Corvallis. Another California
Visitor will be Mrs. T. M. Sparks. A
visitor at the metropolis of Montana
will be Miss Mary Berry, who will go
to Salt Lake before the end of the va
cation. A visitor at the state capital
will be Miss Grace AY is nor.
Other Montana towns will have as
gutsts Miss Edna Waterbary, Miss
Nellie Shea. Miss Mary Brennan, Miss
Margaret E. Thomas, Miss Cora B.
Morse. Miss May Morse, Miss Clara
Bryant and Miss Margaret Maloney.
It is not known where Miss Mary B.
Evans and Miss Elizabeth Thomson
will go. but the latter expects to make
a short visit at Deer Lodge
Superintendent M. A. Stapleton may
go east as far as Minneapolis. Princi
pals R. K. Kilroy. George Cannon and
Harni Cannon will stay in Montana.
$ REOPENED ♦
B. Bank's Loan Office!
At 22 Main St,, Anaconda« |
Iflonney Loaed on Small Interest*
LOCAL BRIEFS
'ft ►. , -
Miss Blanche King visited Butté to
day.
Mrs. Frank V. Harley and children
will return tonight from an extended
visit at St. Paul.
Jerry Flannigin of Great Falls, the
best known conductor in Montana,
who has been ill, is in the city on his
way to New York city.
W. S. Hay of St. Paul, superintend
ent of the eastern division of the
Northern Pacific Express company,
and L. M. Hughes, traveling agent,
are the guests of local agent, R. R.
Johnson.
Charles Peplow, chief miller of the
Bonner roller mills, is in the city.
Mrs. H. W. Hixon of Helena is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Douglas, and
sister. Miss Virginia Douglas, at No.
712 Hickory street. They paid Butte
a visit today.
Miss Mamie Glynn went to Butte
today. -
J. B. Maher and John Mahoney,
chicken thieves, were arrested on the
east end of Front street this morning
by Officers O'Brien and Mayhew. They
had three live chickens in a sack. The
men were locked up. The police are
looking for the owner of the chickens.
St. Mark's Episcopal church, corner
Main and Sixth streets. Early celebra
tion. 8 a. m.: sermon, 11 a. m.; Sun
day school, 12:30 p. m.; evensong and
sermon, S p. m.: young people's meet
ing, 7 p. m. Alfred Brown, rector.
George Myles, wanted in Anaconda
as a witness in the Smith-Butler hold
up case, was arrested in ^.mte yester
day afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Joe
Daly. He was returned and locked up.
The county commissioners adjourn
ed this morning.
John Plague, Charles Plague and
Charles Aspling, Jr., rode to Deer
Lodge today and will spend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Self are vis
iting Deer Lodge friends.
Daniel Murphy and Miss Marcelle
Reilly were united in marriage last
evening at St. Paul's church. Father
Follet officiating. The contracting
parties are from Dubuque, Iowa.
The Latter Day Saints will hold ser
vices in the Dewey hall Sunday, June
11. at 2 o'clock p. m. Elder F. S. Bram
well, president of the northwestern
states mission, and other prominent
elders will be present. All are invited
to attend.
C. T. McCullough, a lumberman
from Missoula county, is at the Mon
tana.
William Devine, a bright young dem
ocrat. was yesterday appointed to suc
ceed Justice of the Peace Tom Boland,
resigned.
The county commissioners have
rented the old court house grounds at
Deer Lodge to A. Smith for $100 per
month for picnic grounds.
After repeated postponements, the
preliminary hearing of Tillie Carr,
charged with perjury, will come up be
fere Judge Devine May 13.
Barney Joyce, the complaining wit
ness in the Smith-Butler case, cannot
be found. The case is still pending
before Judge Frank Kennedy.
BASE BALL.
High! School vs. Never Sweats, at
Athletic park today.
Alerts vs. Butte Juniors, at Athletic
park tomorrow afternoon.
Anacondas vs. Lone Stars, at Ana
conda Lake park tomorrow afternoon.
A PUBLIC NOVENA.
On yesterday the whole Catholic
world was consecrated to the League
of the Sacred Heart, it being the feast
day of that title.
There is a notable difference between
the decree issued 25 years ago con
cerning the consecration of the world
to the sacred heart of Jesus and the
present one. The first was issued at
the instance of many bishops and
priests and vas promulgated by the
sacred congregation. This, the second,
originates entirely with the sovereign
pontiff, and comes directly from him
t i all the bishops of the Catholic
world.
In Anaconda preparations for the
event were begun in both Catholic
churches June 1 by a public novena,
which lasted nine days, terminating
last evening. Large crowds thronged
the churches each evening to pay ho
mage to the Sacred Heart.
The novena at St. Peters church on
Alder street ended with the reception
of members into the eLague of the
Sacred Heart, which was organized
there a short time ago. Two hundred
or more were enrolled.
PLEASANT PICNIC.
The members of the First Commun
ion class and their teachers of St.
Paul's Catholic church spent today in
the hills picnicking. They left the city
loaded down with delicacies, and
everything points toward a good time.
The parly was made up of the follow
ing little girls and boys: Emma Bar
ieh. Cecelia Bowers. Rose Bresnahan,
Kate Conley, Rose Irwin, Edna Ford,
Katie Harrington, Mary Heningan,
Nellie Kennedy, Pearl Kennedy, Ha
zel Kennedy, Mildred Malloy, Mamie
McManus, Anna O'Leary, Johannah
Rmn, Matnie Smith, Gertrude Scallon,
Nora Walkup. Gertrude Wicke, Kath
leen Brown, William Cosgrove, John
Dole, Joseph Delaney,. John Dougher
ty, Patrick Heningan, William Hef
ron, John Harrington. Frank McEaeh
ren, John McAndrcws. Michael Mo
reau. Albert Oldhaber, Raymond
Quane. Willie Reynhardt, Cyra I Sulli
van, Joseph Fisher, Fred Thibodeau,
Arthur Trudean, Wiliie Walkup.
THE BAPTIST CHUKCH.
Children's day at the Baptist church
will be celebrated tomorrow with a
programme as follows:
Instrumental music.
Song, "Scatter Bright Smiles"......
.......................Sunday School
Scripture reading.
Prayer.
Recitation, "children's Day Greet
ing" ................. Alma Holloren
Duet, "Children's Day Greeting"...
........Carrie and Agnes lie leary
Recitation. "When Ma Gets Rack"
....................... Frank Grover
Recitation, "Patchwork" ...........
........................ Inez Thomas
Song, "Jesus Bids Ps Shine" ....Class
Recitation, "The Difficult Seed" ....
....................... Jack Thomas
Recitation, "Finding the Bright
Bide" ......... ...........Roy Howe
Anthem ..........................Choir
Recitation, "Which?".. .Gwen Thomas
Recitation, "A Waif" ____Ralph Moore
''Willie's Rebellion" ....
Recitation, "Mother's lace .......
........................ Roy Meitzer
.................. Willard Thompson
Solo ......................... Mr. Davis i
Exercise. "Lessons From a Penny"
Song, "Sowing Time" ...........School
Recitation, "Dolly's Excuse" .......
.................... Agnes McCleary
Recitation, "All the Good We Can"
..................... Margaret White
Recitation, "The Best Way"........
...................... Frank Grover
Exercise, "The Beacon Light."
Solo ....................... Mr. Martz
Address ............Rev. J. A. Jenkins
Anthem ......................... Choir
Song, "Offerings of Love" ......School
Benediction ...............Mr. Jenkins
M. E. CHURCH SERVICES.
The subject for the M. E. church
Sunday morning will be "Knowest
Thou the Ordinance of Heaven?" In
the evening. Children's day exercises
will take place. A very fine programme
has been arranged, with fine music,
declamations and tableaux. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night. Class meet
ing Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Ju
nir league Friday at 3:30. Epworth
league social meeting at 7 p. m. Sun
day. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m.
Monday night will be the regular offi
cial board meeting, when pressing
business must be attended to. 6ood
music arranged by the choir for Sun
day services.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
The following is a list of letters adver
tised at Butte, Mont., for the week end
ing June 3, 1899:
Ashcroft', Thos Anshutz, HP
Ashford, W J Anderson, Mrs E H
Adams, T P Armstrong, Ed
Austin, P J Amiot, Dennis
Adams, Mrs Marion Anderson, Mrs
j Ashton, Miss Kate Anderson, Al L 3
j Aivtonietti. Jammes Anderson, P J
Bohan, Mrs Wm Binnard, Jas
I Bennett, Mrs Wm Byrne, James
j Bennett, Bill Burritt, Geo
j Bourgeois, Simon A Benson, Geo W
' Brulins, Mrs Robt Bailey, Mrs Flora
Baches, Miss Rena Beattie, Chas
Bergstrom, Ole Bridgeman Second
Barnholdt, Mrs N hand Store
Bronson, Miss M
Burgess, Mary
I Beall, J C
j Burns, James
i Bai nes, Marty
j Coughlan, John
I Cross, Veto
Coughlan, Pat 2
Bradley, Ada
Blackburn, H
Box 1195
Bowdin, Mrs Edw
Crockett, Wm
Campbell, D C
Curtice, Dennie
Craine, Mrs A J
Christenson, MartiniCampbell, Addie
Calhoun, J S
Cole, Fred W
Darington, Thos
Duffy, Mike
Dempsey, W
Dorsey, Lon
Dion, Lois
Dewey, Harry
i Eisbert. Harry
j Ellis, D D
j Frceby, Maggie
I Fitzchreld, Morris
! Feeley, Lewie P
Crisman, Anderson
Crews Beggs D G Co
Dominico, Giaconml
Denny, Emil
Dehne, E H
Downes, Dave
Davis, Dare
Esselsteam, Sofia
Edwards, E O
Fisher, Mrs S A
Foote, H R
Finher, D AI
Fant, Airs Anna
i Flemming, Airs Jas Fitzgerald, W R
! Urey. A H Goodney, Mrs John
Grrenwalt, Mrs WAOillon, John P
I Gallagher, Pat F Godfrey. Airs Eliza
Gable, Airs Nellie
j Griffin, M D
! Griffin, J L
j Goff, Mrs Jim
; Harry, Wrn
Hamilton, Wm
Henderson, Ollie
Grant, Ernest
Genereaux, Arthur
Gross, M A
Givens, Annie 2
Heyn, Gus
Howard, Frank
Hamilton, E B
Holmes, Mrs Laura Hartford, Chas
Harry, Edwin Harrington, John
Holthusen, Henry Harvey, Airs Annie
Hapwood, Herb't WHickey, Daniel
lines, Wm
Jordan, Wm
; Johnson, Alollie
; Johnson, Beile
j Johnson, Betty
: King, Willie
I Kiely, Wrn
! Kennick, Tom
J King. Nellie
j Keagli, Al J
I Kim, Joe AI
I Kolenbaeh, A A
j Lambert, Tom
j Lucey, Alamie
j Leslie, Alisa Fay
I Lewis, George
! Muse, Airs Annie
Mitchell. Airs
Murphy, J H
! Moloney, Wm
! Monroe, James
I Mager, Airs Rena
j Ala It (ich, John
j Niekey, G R
i Diesen. Adolf
I Oroz, Karl
! Palmer. M G
i Petriz, Stef en
Pascoe, Alinnie
Provo, John
Pomeroy, Airs J
Perano, Joseph
Patrie. Ida
Reynolds. Thos Jr
Radanovieh. AI K
Rodgers, Mary
Reid, Airs Lola
Ripper, Jo'
Irveyor, Irvine Nell
Johnston Mining Co
Jones, Alfred C
Johnston, W W
Killran, Jim
Kennedy, F W
Kidney, E A
Kilsey, Eva
Kistenmaeher, C F
Kister, Chas
Kelley, Joe E
J.avin, Simon
Longstaff, Frank
Lynch, Thos
La k.in, Albert
Mitchell, Roy
Malone, Geo F
Alanning, F J
Martus, Ellen
Merrig'un, D V
Marzatt, Mrs C
Masteed, Benj
Nugent, Patrick
Otis, Wood
O'Conner, D P
Proulx, J A
Palmer, G Herbert
Parker, Flora
Peters, Mrs E
Palace Barber Shop
Poole, Mrs
Pyles. Albert
Quayle, Wm
Revit, Gilbert
Roos, Chas E
Richard, Antoine
Richard, Mrs C
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Raymond, Katie E Reynolds, Harry
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GEORGE W. IRVIN,
Postmaster.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of an order of the district court of
the second judicial district of the state
of Montana, In and for the county of
Silver Bow, made on the 29th day of
April. 1899, in the matter of the estate of
Mary E. Turner, deceased, the under
signed, the administrator of said estate,
will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, subject to confirmation
by said court, on Thursday, the 22d day
of June. A. D., 1899. at 2 o'clock p. m. at
the front door of the court house in Butte
City, in said county of Sliver Bow, »11 the
right, title, interest and estate of the
said Mary E. Turner, at the time of her
death, and all the right, title and inter
est that the said estate has, by operation
of law or otherwise, acquired other than
or in addition to that of the said Mary E.
Turner, at the time of her death, In and
to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the said
county of Silver Bow, state of Montana,
and particularly described as follows, to
wit:
An undivided one-fourth (14) interest
in and to the "La Monte" Lode Claim,
lot No. 230, Survey No. 988 In sections
eleven (11) and twelve (12) t. 3, n. r. S w.
Montana principal base and meridian.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash,
ten per cent of the purchase money to be
paid to the administrator on the day of
sale, balance on confirmation of sale by
said court. Deed at expense of pur
chaser. FRANK H. COONEY,
Administrator of the Estate of Mary E.
Turner, Deceased.
Dated May 29, 1899.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Second Judicial district of the State of
Montana, county of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Lee
Freudenstein, deceased. Notice of pub
lication of time appointed for proving
will, etc.
Pursuant to an order of said district
court, made on t.he 9th day of June, 1899,
notice is hereby given that Saturday, the
24th day of June, 1S99, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
of said day, at the Court Room of said
Court, at the City of Butte in the said
County of Silver Bow, has been appoint
ed as the time and place for proving the
will of said Lee Freudenstein deceased
and for hearing the application of Chris
tina Freudenstein for the issuance to her
of letters testamentary, and the probate
of the will of said deceased when and
where any person interested may appear
and contest the same.
Dated June 9th, 1S99.
CLINTON C. CLARK,
v Clerk.
By JAMES F. WILKINS,
Deputy Clerk.
BIDS WANTED.
The trustees of School District No. 1 of
Silver Bow county, Montana, will receive
bids for excavating work, said work to
be done on the Single Tax Lode Alining
claim, on Aluminum street, between
Washington and Montana streets, in the
city of Butte.
Plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of the school clerk.
Bids will be received by the clerk up to
5 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, June 13, 1899.
Certified check of $100 to accompany
each bid.
The trustees reserve the right to reject
any and all bids.
C. H. LANE,
Vice Chairman.
Attest: THOS. RICHARDS. Clerk.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES EAST
JUNE 11 AND 12 VIA RIO GRANDE
AVESTERN RAILWAY.
The great scenic route through Salt
Lake City and the Rocky Mountains.
Butte and Anaconda to Omaha, Kansas
City, Siuox City or St. Joseph and re
turn, $42; St. Louis and return, $49.50;
Chicago and return, $33.50; New York or
Philadelphia and return. $70; Boston and
return, $71. Corresponding low rates to
other Eastern points. For further infor
mation regarding this magnificent route
call or write W. C. McBride, 47 East
Broadway.
Finest crown bridge work. Dr. Wix. •
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All Grocers.
SHERMAN BROS. & CO. Chicago, Distributors
Corrected Schedule of Mails for Butte, Montana
From May 4th, 1899.
ARRIVALS.
Train.
Depot.
Office.
Great Northern, east ....................
. 10:30
P.
m.
11:00
P
Great Northern, Local, east ............
4:30
P
m.
4:45
Great Northern, from Anaconda.........
. 9:35
a.
m.
9:45
Northern Pacific, east via Ganlson......
3:45
P
m.
4.90
Northern Pacific, east ....................
9:03
P
m.
9:30
Anaconda ..............................
12:5')
p.
m.
1:30
P.
Oregon Short Line, south ...............
. 1:05
a.
m.
1:30
Northern Pacific, west ..................
3:45
P*
m.
4:00
Northern Pacific, west ..................
. 5.TO
p.
m.
9:30
Anaconda ... .........
. 4:00
X).
m.
4:30
Walkerville.............................
Burlington ..... ' ..............
......
9:4."
a.
m.
Station No. 1, South Butte ..............
8:30
Station No. 1, South Butte ..............
......
4:30
p
m.
Distributed.
7-00 a. m.
5:39 p. m.
10:30 a. m.
5:00 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
5:00 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
5:00 p. m.
1C.00 a. m.
4:30 p. m.
9:00 a. m.
5:00 p. m
DEPARTURFS.
Train.
Close.
Leave
Depot.
Nor. Pac., west...
.. 8:40 a m.
9:30 a. m.
Nor Pac., west....
. 8:00 p. m.
9:15 r- m.
Anaconda, Local '.
.. 9:00 a. m
10:09 a m.
Anaconda, Local .
.12:00 m.
1:05 p. tn.
G. N., to Anaconda 4:00p. m.
4:45 p. m.
O. S. L., south ....
,. 4:00 p m.
4:45 p. m.
Helena, Local ....
,. 9:00 a. m.
9:45 a. n;.
G. N., east ........
. 7:30 p. m.
8:30 p. m.
Nor. Pac. east.....
,. S:30 p. m.
9:20 p. m.
Nor. Pac. east, via
Garrison ........
. S:30 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
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No traveling expenses, no losses, no mat's commission and
no dealer's profits.
Wo Have Ho Agents ,,
preferring to deal with you direct. No
matter wncre you live, we can recch
you and save you money. We ship o ir
vehicles and harness any where l or ex
amination and guarantee safe arrival.
He Manufacture Everything
«re well,
and we can assure you of good quality SmT' Complete
. . from beginning toeii<l;good wood work, lars and bitch strips. i.!0. As
good Iron and steel, good paint and varnish, good finish, good trimmings, fine style IO od uwlla for ».to. '
and the largest selection In tho land. Large llln.tratea Catalogue KÙÎ.F. *
Glkhari Carriage & Harness Manfg, • Go, Elkhart, Indiana^
No. TIT —Canopy-Top Sarny, with doubl« fen*
dera. Price, complete, with curtains all around, storm
apron, sunshade, lamps and pole or shafts. $68 ; just
as good as sells for $ 100 .
SEftBP US OWE DOLLAR
Cut this ad. out, And s^nd to us with 41.00, and we will send you this
NEW IMPROVED ACME QIEES PAKfAIK O ISO AN. by freight C.O. I»., subjett
tovxamiuatlou. Y ou eau examine it at your nearest freight depot, and
if you find it exactly as represented, equal to organs that retail at
$75.00 to $ 100 . 00 , the greatest value you ever saw and far better than
organs advertised by others at more ir.uiiry, pay t he freight agent our
special 90 days offer price, $31. 1», less tbo 91. or $30.75 sad freight «h suces.
Î3I.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE. iSSW/KS
. 1 . .■■■■■■—»—.—* --- —price charg
ed by others. Such an oller v.'at> never made before*
▼UC A plie fllieey i*oneofthemo»tdurabI«apd»vr««t«stt«n*din
I lie AUmC UULLil strumeuts ever made. From the illustration
shown, which is engraved direct from a photograph, you can for
tiotne idea of its beautiful nipcursDr-*. Made from Solid
Quarter Sawed Oak« antique finish, handsomely decora*"
el und ornamented, latest 1899 Style. THE At J1K QL'KKN
6 feet 5 Inches high, 42 inches long, fcj niche« wide and we*
350 pounds; contains $ ortavss.ll stops as follows; Wap.-mon,
Principal, Dalclana, Mclndlt, Ölest«, tremnas, Bata Coupler,
Treble Coupler, Diapason Forte, Principal Forte, and Yet Huma
na; - Octave toupier», 1 Tone Swell, 1 (leapt! Orgn* Swell, 4 Seta
Orchestral Toned Iteuonetory Pipe Quality Reeds, 1 Set of 87 Pure
Sweet Xelodt» Reed., 1 Set of 87 i'liarmlnely Rrllliant Celeste
Kords, 1 Set of 24 itlrh Mvl'owSmooth Oiapasan Reed», 1 Set of
24 Pleasing Soft Melodious Principal Reeds,
TUC APilF ft'IFPM nction «oösist of tno celebrated
me AuWt vULLfl Newel Reeds, which are only used
in the highest grade instruments, also lifted with Ham
Bond Couplers avid Vox Humana, also best Dol*e felts, leathers'
etc., bellows of the Pest rubber doth, tt-ply bellows st.iclc
and linest leather in valves. THE ACME QUEEN is
finished with a 10x11 beveled platr Fron h mirror, niclcel
r every
----------------------------------..— 0 25 year
guarantee, by the. terms and conditions of which If any,
part gives out we repair it free of charge. Try It
month and v. e will refund your money if you arenotl
perfectly satisfied* 600 of these ortsrs will be seid at
§81.76* ôrder atonee*_Ikio*tdeIaj,
_________________ _______________ha v_,
not dealt with us ask your neighbor about us, writ*
the publisher of this paper, or Metropolitan National
VSP
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•peeial organ, piano and musical instrument catalogué* Address
•SABS, ROEBUCK * CO. (InoJb PhUm, Dnplaineunt Way mult«., GHIOAQO, ILL«/
Train.
Walkerville
Close.
8:30 a. m.
Leava
Depot.
1:00 p. m.
2:00 p. m.
...... o.ov d. in
Station No. 1., S. B. 8:00 a. tu
Burlington & Gun
derson, respet'y .. 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m.
DISPATCH OF REGISTERED MAIL.
Time of closing for Helena and
Northern Pacific, east and ji
west, and all points on Great
Northern railway ............6:00 p. m.
Union Pacific and east .........2:30 p. in.
Anaconda .....................4:00 p. m.
Great Northern points, between
Butte and Helena ............9:00 a. m.

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