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Every Ov/ner of a Piano #
Should call and hear the "Ange- ^
lus" Orchestra Plano Player. The •}>
"Angelus" Orchestral Piano Play- ß
er is a beautiful little cabinet, con- j};
tainlng mechanically operated
fingers and two full sets of reeds /
for producing wonderful orchestral T
effects which may be played sep- : ß
arately or in company with the pi- ß
ano. The fingers strike the keys ;ÿ
of any piano exactly as human fing
ers do, rendering the niest difficult
compositions in a manner impos
sible to any but the most skilled
pianist. It is instantly applied to'
any piano and as easily removed. 3*
When not used In connection with ß
the piano it is a complete self-play- $
ing organ by itself. One can play -ÿ
brilliantly without even a know!- h.
edge of music, classical music, dance \
music, the latest popular song in T
a manner that the hearers will say
,1. nnUnni oiran Vion ivl o «In . >
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they seldom ever heard a piano ß
played so well before. Cal! and see $
if and hear it and you will learn that -to
$ it will do even more than we have %
jf; hare claimed for it. jj*
I MONTANA MUSIC CO. |
$ tig N. Main Street. $
The Public
Generally, and lovers of art partic
ularly are invited to call at our
store on Monday, November Kith,
and one week thereafter, during
which time we will have on ex
hibition in our New Art rooms the
choicest display of original
WATER COLORS
OIL PAINTINGS
ETCHINGS
PLATÎNOS, Etc.
Ever exhibited in the west. These
goods have been consigned to us for
one week, the valuation of which
Aggregates over $10,000. It will be
our pleasure to show you this beau
tiful collection, as well as the new
est creations in Picture Framing,
among which we will take pride in
showing our direct importations
from Florence, Italy.
Time— Holiday, November 13 .
piace-Talkin'sBook Store
?r® Main St., Butte Mont
VELOUR COUCH
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No. 3061, VeTour Couch, 6 feet 4 inches
long, 28 inches wide, full >pring edge;
patent buttons, will not come eff unless
button is broken.
Price, $9.50
Solid Oak Center
Table
Top 24x24 inches, heavily rimmed, table
finished golden.
Price, $2.00
We have two patterns of 12-foot wide
Linoleum, regular price 85 cents per
square yard, closing out at 65 cents.
We have two other patterns of 12-foot |
wide Linoleum; regular prie
square yard, closing out at 73 cents.
See our 50-cent Brussels Carpet.
cents per j
femiyFmiimCo.
18 -rO W. Broadway, Gutie.
Agents for flajestic Ste2l and nalleable
Iron Ranges.
Furs Furs
Furs.
I will open a fur store MONDAY, NOV.
6. where I will manufactura ail kinds of
Fur Garments; also all kinds of repair
ing and alterations at reasonable prices.
I have had IS years of experience in
this line of business and guarantee ail
work to give satisfaction.
Wm. Schultz,
No. 11 North Wyoming Street
Butte, Montana.
MRS. S. SHURR.
The European World's Most Prominent
Palmist, Business Medium and Inde
pendent Slate Writer,
Arrived in Patte from New York and can
daily be consulted on all questions of fife. ;
This cultured lady, who was formerly call- 1
ed the witch of Wall street, on account of
leading thousands of business men and !
speculators to success by lier truthful
predictions and reliable advice, has tra- i
veled from coast to coast, and from ocean |
to ocean, as friend and mother, for the !
past forty years. To all that consult her
on business, family difficulties, love and !
lovers' quarrels. She reunites the sep- 1
arated. removes evil influence, describes I
dteeases, locates stolen and buried prop- j
erty, tells you wliat you arc best adapted
for, if husband and wife are time, brings
you messages from loved ones in the
world beyond. Letters, with $2 Inclosed,
promptly answ»rt2. German spoken if
desired and mediums developed. Hours
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Parlors, Rice
House, ICS West Quartz street.
The Police Will Investigate Its
Cause.
SOMEWHAT MYSTERIOUS
Agoa's Last Illness Said to Have Been
Caused by a Kick in the
Stomach.
The police are investigating the death
of Daniel Agoa, which occurred yester
day afternoon under circumstances that
suggest a violent end. Agoa was a
miner and although 67 years of age was
as healthy and vigorous as a man of 40
years. A short time ago he became ill
and was sent to the Sisters' hospital.
After remaining in that institution a
few days he returned to his room. Sun
day he told his room-mate lie was going
out for a short lime, and about 11 o'clock
was brought back by a policeman in a
hack. He told his fellow lodger that he
had been assaulted and kicked in
the stomach and was of the opinion
that he had suffered serious injury. His
friend went to Dr. McNevin for a pre
scription. Yesterday morning the old
man was somewhat improved, but dur
ing the afternoon grew worse, and about
4 o'clock the physician was summoned.
The doctor arrived at 4:30, and in the in
terval Agoa had died. An examination
showed an extensive discoloration on the
left side of the abdomen, such as would
be produced by a kick. The doctor re
ported the circumstances to Coroner
•fullien who took charge of the remains
and advised the police of the circum
stances.
The police investigation of last night
brought out the fact that Agoa had vis
ited Ivane & Connors' saloon early Sun
day morning and while there had taken
several drinks. Between 9 and 10 o'clock,
according to the statement of one of ttr
employes of the saloon, Agoa com
of a pain in his side and went j
side of the saloon and sat down, whe
he was discovered by the police officer
and taken to his home.
Agoa was a native of Ireland. He had
been a resident of the United States 45
years. He leaves a widow and several
grown children. His wife and a daugh
ter left for New Jersey a short time ago
to attend to some business interests
there.
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CÇL* We give Souvenirs on all repairs
of $1.00 or over Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday.
HELD TWO INQUESTS.
CORONER JULLIEN WAS BUSY YES
TERDAY.
the night of October
Coroner Phil Jullien held two inquests
yesterday. The first was on the re
mains of Thomas Bresnahàn, who was
fatally injured in the Never Sweat mine
Friday morning, dying about 7 o'clock
in the evening of the same day.
The evidence was to the effect that a
rock fell down an ore chute under which
Bresnahan was working, striking hm on
the head and crushing his skull.
The jury returned a verdict of acci
dental death.
The second inquest was on the remains
of William Caldwell, who died at St.
Paul's hospital on Friday from the ef
fects of a pistol wound, self-inflicted, on
24. with suicidal in
tent.
The verdict was to tlie effect that Cald
well had committed suicide.
well had committed suicide.
AT THE HOTELS.
The
Butte— T. H. 1
'arroll.
Omaha: A.
M. Mowry, Chicago; i
?rank<
'onlcy, Deer
Lodge
; P. L. Paul;,
j Ja si
„: Francis
Goetz,
W. M. Sherma:
ll, Homestrtke: Jas.
Mc I io ne 11, Ana c on d a ;
Mrs. V
C. Madge,
Anaconda; E. Clark
Evans.
Seattle: A.
McKei
,zie. Portland;
C. Pi
ttorf, Great
Falls;
Maurice Eisen berg.
Butte; J.
Rosenberg. New York
; A. J.
Glass. Mrs.
L. O.
Kent, Mr. and
Mrs. J
ames Glass,
Basin ;
R. A. Luke. 11
elena;
L. H. Hoos,
George
; C. Hodges, Ch
ira go; <
C. W. Good
ale, G
real Falls; D.
L. Flo
weree, Ilei
ena; O
>. Y. Warren. W;
ann Kp
ring«.
The
McDermott—F.
D. Mei
Till. Davon
port; A. Zimmerman, Elkhorn; R. S.
Eustis, Chicago; W. J. O'Meara, Boston;
J. M. Bretel, Burlington; W. M. Shaw.
Cincinnati, O.; W. J. Davenport, Council
Bluffs; H. E. Hiller. Philadelphia; H. R.
Houghton, Boston; F. P. Wyne, Chicago;
N. S. Crawford, Galesburg; A. L Edie
miller, St. Paul; E. L. Wright. Peoria;
D. Hagerman, Pittsburg; T. L. Bir
kett, Peoria; W. D. Cornell, Philadel
phia; A. J. Spurr, T. H. Ellis, Chicago;
H. L. .Tones, Omaha; E. A. Abbott, Chi
cago; W. J. Bergen. New York; J. C.
Delaplaine, St. Louis; E. Calentrin, St.
Paul: J. F. McElroy. Minneapolis: W. A.
Carlyle, Rossland, B. C.; ft. B. Wheeler,
Evansville; M. D. Kern. Anaconda.
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AMUSEMENTS.
Tlie hugest of hilarious hits, loaded
with life and laughter and as full of
blight, catchy music as a mockingbird,
is the Rays' "A Hot Old Time," which
comes to the Grand on Thursday. Friday,
Saturday and Saturday matinee. It will
be presented here in all the richness and
revelry that made it famous last season.
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Hall Hark"
In England is the same as "ster
ling" in America, or as "Stude
baker" when applied to Vehicles.
We are Studcbaker's Butte agents.
Western Wagon & Grain Co
Incorporated.
649 S. Arizona St., Butte, A! ont.
Mesrs. Voelckel & Nolan, who are di
recting the tour of "Black Patti's Trou
bodours," are gentlemen who are well
known and highly respected in the the
atrical profession. They have been for
years associated with v£rf!8üs high-class
attractions, some of which are known as
the biggest enterprises on record, and
they have been invariably successful in
their undertakings.
"The Ensign" is playing to crowded
houses at Sutton's new theater. The
company presenting it is the best seen
in Butte this season. The play will be
presented during the entire week.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF
CURRENT ITEMS OF INTEREST
FROM VARIOUS PORTIONS
OF THE WEST.
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The latest discovered will of John D.
Allport was declaimed a forgery by a jury
at Boulder.
Abraham Anteile, a Carbondale coal
miner, committed suicide last Friday by
jumping down a 900-foot shaft of the
Carbon Coal company. His body was
torn to pieces. It was a case of deliber
ate suicide.
It is reported that James Breen, for
merly of Butte, has sold his holdings in
the Le Roi smelter to English capitalists.
Mr. Breen recently went to New York to
complete the deal.
Tlie farming implement dealers of the
state met at Helena yesterday and or
ganized an association. About 40 deal
ers from various parts of the slate were
j present. A. W. Miles of Livingston was
elected president and Sewell W. Davis
of Butte second vice president.
Governor Smith yesterday granted
diminutions of sentence to five convicts,
including Charles E. Wilson, sent from
Silver Bow on March 30, 1893, for two
years for assault, and John Searle, sent
from Silver Bow on February 6. 1S99. for
one year for receiving stolen property.
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The store of the A. D. & M. company.
at Gibbonsville, was held up yesterday
by two men and several hundred dollars
secured at the point of a revolver. A
posse is in pursuit of the robbers, who
are supposed to be the same men who
held up H. J. Reiling for $2,000 some
months ago.
Ira H. French, son of O. D. French of
Anna May Colin,
married last
week at Salt Lake.
, '
Virginia City, and Miss Am
also of Virginia City, were
I . t e„it T .-.Vn
Besides our Souvenir we have
many pretty things to show you
at our opening.
Dillon, Mont., Nov. 19, 1899.
Dr. and Mrs. H. II. Swain entertained j
at their home, last Friday evening, the !
members of the classes instructed by !
Prof. Swain at the State Normal. Each
guest was presented with a piece of pa- |
lier, on which were written twenty ques- |
lions, which were to be answered by the j
names of different authors. After tlie!
guessing contest various other amuse- 1
nionts were participated in until refresh
men ta consisting of sandwiches, olives,
pickles, coffee and ice cream and cake
were served. In all the young people
spent a very pleasant evening'. Next
Friday evening Prof. Swain will enter
tain the remainder of the classes at the
Normal. ___
Noble's Dramatic company of music
and drama is booked for Dillon for a
number of evenings this week at the Dil
ion theater, commencing with Monday
evening, when the farce comedy,
titled, "Our Strategists," will be pr<
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ted. Reserved seats 50c,
sale at the P. O. building.
tickets on
District Judge M. H. Parker and Court
Stenographer T. J. A. Monahan arrived
in this city to-day and the judge will open
the fall term of court for till
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to-morrow. Tins term will probably
be a somewhat lengthy one, the civil
calendar being a rather long one, besid
five criminal cases.
Mrs. Geo. Meine died late Friday night
at her home about nine miles north of
this city. The deceased is quite an el
derly lady and lias for some months past
been mentally deranged. The remains
will be buried from ihe Methodist church
Monday at 1 p. m.
The young people's dancing club of this
city gave a very enjoyable dancing party
at the Dillon theater Friday evening.
The orchestra consisting of six pieces
furnished some excellent music. The
attendance was good and it proved to be
a very pleasant affair.
Saturday evening R. C. Sullivan de
lightfully entertained the members of
the Dillon orchestra. Music was the
principal part of the evening's entertain
ment. From all accounts tlie boys
had a jolly time and vote Dick a royal
entertainer.
Miss Anna Harwood, training teacher
at the State Normal, leaves to-morrow
for Helena to attend the teacher's insti
tute of Lewis and Clarke county.
Mrs. D. B. Barton and little daughter.
Leone, have returned from a week's visit
with Sheridan friends.
Mrs. J. C. Shannon, formerly a resi
dent of Dillon, but now of Bedrock is
visiting Dillon friends.
President D. E. Sanders returned from
Miles City to-day where he lias been do
ing institute work.
Miss Ida Winslow of Granite arrived
in the city Friday to attend the Normal
this winter. '*
MesdamesDeRiver and Reynolds rff
Melrose, were Dilion visitors ihis week.
Pat Ward, of Redr
county seat on busin.
,as at the
Friday.
James Forrester, of An
visitor in this city Friday.
nta was a
Miss Ollie
month's visi'
Stone left
in Helena.
Friday for a
A BAU CAKE. OF SMALLPOX
Is to be dreaded—so is a bad load of coal.
Avoid tlie latter by ordering Kein merer.
We s"il the genuine article. We also iur.
ir. stock Pennsylvania Anthracite and
good wood. S. J. MON ROE & CO.,
47 East Broadway.
•Phone 538.
FIVE BID YOUTHS
All Candidates for the State
Reform School.
CRIMINALLY INCLINED
Turned Over to the County Authorities
Today—One Made His
Escape.
Judge Sullivan will hold a conference
with Judges Lindsay and Clancy today
in regard to some very bad youths who
frequently appear in police court on
charges of burglary and petit larceny
and the proper place for whom is the
state reform school. On many occasions
Judge Sullivan, realizng the county jail
j to be no place for bays of tender years
■ but tough inclinations, lias dismissed
these young culprits with a lecture. This
morning young Theodore Vadnais and
Hugh McLeod were before bis honor,
charged with assaulting a Chinaman.
Vadnais is a. precocious youth who is
i frequently in jail and whose father says
j he is incorrigible. McLeod is one of ;
j three boys who make a practice of driv- j
I ing through alleys in the rear of resi
dences and taking anything loose. They
have a light wagon and a small black
horse. Two of the boys occupy the seat
the back end of
the seat keep
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and the third sits in Ur
I l ' u ' vehicle, t he boys 111
I watch while the third boy takes any
thing in sight. If any danger is scented
I 'he watchers whistle a warning, the
' young thiet returns to the \\agon and
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away in a hurry.
Two other boys were before Judge Sul- '
livan this morning. Their names are
Jerry and James Sullivan and they con
fessed to having entered the Stewart
mine and stolen four pairs of shoes, the
property of men at work in the mine.
They are also said to be experienced
youngsters.
Another boy. Jery Murphy, was arrest
ed yesterday on his father's complaint
011 a charge of incorrigibility. The judge
ordered the five youths taken to the
county jail until some disposition was
mode of the charges against them. Two
officers were detailed to make tlie trans
fer. As the officers and the young pris
oners were leaving the jail alley for tlie
county Jail, young Vadnais saw an open
ing and bolted. Tlie officers could not
leave the other prisoners and Vadnais
made his escape.
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Souvenir Opening, Monday Tues
day and Wednesday.
KINTREA-JACKSON.
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Ploye of the Anaconda company, and
j Miss Agnes Jackson were married last
; evening at No. 224 South Montana street,
j Rev. Mr. Whiteman officiating. Only a
; few friends of the contracting parties
j were present. The bridesmaid was Miss
j Amelia Jackson, a sister of the bride,
j anil Mr. Walter Forbes was grooms
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1 Y e i cordially invite you to nur
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Opening. A Pepper and Salt Set,
j sterling silver mounted free to each pur
,* j chaser to the amount of $1.09 or over.
Mail your photographs in a patent
photo envelope. You an get them at the
p. O. News Stand.
Vienna saloon, 119 South Main street,
choice wines, liquors and cigars. See
1 our new orchestrion, the only one in
I Butte. Albin! Sisters, Proprietors.
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I STATE OF MONTANA, SILVER BOW
I County, ss.:
! We, the undersigned, Assof George, An
! ton George and John A. Paul, do hereby
! publish and certify that we are co-part
ners, engaged in business as a partner
: ship under the firm name and style of
j John A. Paul Company, the same having
; been this day formed under the present
! name, and that our principal place of
( business is Butte City, Silver Bow county,
j state of Montana, and at No. 401 iil.ist
I Mercury street in said city, and that we
; are all residents of Butte City in said
j county and state, and living at the place
herein designated and set opposite our
names to this certificate.
ASSOF GEORGE,
his
ANTON X GEORGE,
mark
JOHN A. PAUL.
All residents and doing business at 401
East Mercury street, Butte City, Mon
tana.
On this 20th day of November, 1899, be
j fore me, L. G. Whitehead, a notary pub
lic in and for the county of Stiver Bow,
j state of Montana, personally appeared]
I Assof George, Anton George and John
A. Paul, known to me to be the persons]
I whose names are subscribed to the within
I instrument and duly acknowledged to me
j that they executed the same.
I In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and notarial seal the day
and year first above written.
L. G. WHITEHEAD,
Notary Public in and for the County of
Silver Bow, State of Montana.
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Signs of Failing Sight |
1st—When your eyes tire after i •
reading an hour. q,
2nd—When by artificial light of
any kind you cannot read fine print -i
or thread a needle. ß
3rd—When you partly close the
eyes when steadily looking at any lv
object.
When any of these symptoms ap- : X
pear, go at once to an optician. You : j.
will get relief at small cost and
perfectly fitting glasses at y
Towle 81 Winterhalter's!
F yes Examined Free by Scientific !i)j
Optician.
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who
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LADIES APPRECIATE.
A good remedy, and there Is not any
thing on the market that equals French
Tansy Tablets for the relief and cure of
painful and irregular menses. . These
tablets remo\e ali obstructions, no mat
ter what the cause. Manufactured by A.
Augendre, Paris, France, and for sale
only by the Newbro Drug Co.. Butte.
Mont., sole agents. Price, $2 per box;
sent by mail, securely sealed.
NO SMOKE AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS
Crystal Springs is a healthy resort, free
from Butte's smoky atmosphere, and lias
one of the most modern hotels in the
state. Electric light and steam heat
throughout. The cafe is excelled by none.
The plunge is well apportioned and the
cleanest in the mrthwest. A fine danc
ing hall is furnished free to private par
ties, and lunches are served on short no
tice. Everything Is strictly first-class,
run on the European plan. Open day
and night. Regular stages leave Lang
lois' as follows: Leave stables. 10 a. m„
2 p. m., 5 p. m. and S p. m. Leave Springs
at 12:30 p. m„ 4 p. m., 6:30 p. ni. and 10:30
p. m. Fare each way, 25 cents. *
FISHER,
Tailor, 3 West Galena.
I™ , ' New sults made. Repalr
lng, steam cleaning, pressing. Prices easy.
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The largest exclusive men's and
boys' clothing house in the city.
Four immense floors jammed full
of men's and boys' clothing.
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Men's Sack Suits, sin
gle or double breasted
V e s t s, r o 11 n d a n d
straight cut coats; pure
wool fancy Cheviots
and Worsteds, lined
with best Italian Cloth,
perfect lilting.
$15.00
Men's Overcoats, Cov
ert Cloth, with fancy
backs, black, blue and
brown Kerseys, capped
and double stitched
seams, the best over
coat for the price in the
market.
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$25.00
Men's Suits, single or
double breasted, made of
the finest pure Wor
steds. Cheviots and Thi
bets, tailored and trim
med equal to finest mer
chant tailor.
$25.00
Men's Overcoats, made
of fine Montagnac and
Vicunas, some lined
with silk, others with
fancy wool or serge;
shoulders and sleeves
lined with satin.
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The 5an Francisco
PAINLESS DENTIST.
Werk riieranteeH and Prices Reasonable
Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Parties at j
distance given five days notice.
14 West IPeirife. St.
TELEPHONE 272
Made in
sizes to fit
horses
from 750
to 1650 lbs
$ 2.00
$r.°5o
The
Cheapst
because
the Best.
J. N. NEVILLS & CO.
Harness and Saddlery
Phone 544. 106 E. PARK ST
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THE FINEST LINE OF MECHANICS'
Tools and Hardware in the State.
Montana Hardware Company
216 and 218 North Main Street, Butte, Mon*.
Take the Burlington Route for 8 $.
Louis. No change of cars. Office 35 East
Broadway.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of the consent in writing of
the required amount of capital
stock of the Washoe Copper Company,
duly filed in the cilice of said company,
and in pursuance also of a resolution
adopted at the meeting of the trustees of
said company, held on the 9th day of No
vember, 1S99, the principle place of busi
ness of said company is changed from
Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, to
Anaconda, Deer Lodge county, Montana.
This is intended as a notice of removal,
as by law required.
D. M. NEWBRO, President.
J. K. MACDONALD, Secretary.
J. D. McGREGOR
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet
erinary College. Toronto, Canada. Treats
all diseases of domesticated animals ac
cording to scientific principles. Office at
Marlow's Stables, 1C4 South Main street.
Telephone 2S3. All cases promptly at
tended to.

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