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Prices
Till Stock is Reduced.
Eve . r y D . ay
WHITE POTATOES, per
hundred..
$1.20
LARGE RED POTATOES
cookers..............
splendid
1.25
ONIONS, per hundred ...
1.65
BEETS, fancy red. per hundred....
1.50
LARGE BOXES FANCY RED AP
PLES.............................
1.73
FORTY-NINE POUND
FLOUR................
SACK
65
FORTY-NINiS POUND
FI,01771.
SACK
85
TWO . SUGAR BOWLS
FRENCH MUSTARD...
FINEST
25
ONE GALLON HONEY
SYRUP
DRIPS
ONE QUART SPLENDID
SYRUP
15
Get our prices on hay.
COOK'S
331 East Park Street, Butte
Ursuliiie Convent
MOUNT ANGELA
ST. PETER P. d, MONTANA.
Fourteen miles west of the nearest sta- I
tion. CASCADE, on the MONTANA
CENTRAL RAILROAD. Extensive
grounds, fine mountain scenery and an
exceptionally healthful climate. English
and classical courses. Art, Music and
the Modern Languages. Terms moder
ate. Telephone connections. By tele
phoning to the Convent a conveyance
will meet pupils at Cascade.
St. Joseph's Academy, a separate
Boarding Schooi for boya under 14 years.
Address
THE MOTHER SUPERIOR.
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STOP
In at our new office
202
North Main St.
And we will tell you about
the cost of using Gas for
Light and Fuel
DUTTE GAS LIGHT
° AND COKE CO.
84E. Broadway, Butte, Mont J|
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Pell. Repair, Store. Pack amS Ship, Ren»
t Exchange Furniture with you.
Butte Excti g, Furniture Co.
1. CHAUVIN, Agent.
42 W. Broadway, Butte
|Tlie Rons Kong Cafe!
A And Oyster Parlors. ♦
Ihe Tirst Class KestauraiU of 4
'.lie city. J3EST OF MEALSt
♦ (5 Cents and upward. $
^ F tivc. te Rooms for Ladles £
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ÿ Also Dealers Iu
♦Chinese and Japanese!
♦ Fancy Goods
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♦ 1 'cst Tens, Fine Silks.Chinawave Etc# ,
4 £7 W. Park St., Butte. ?
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FAY. Prop, and Mgr#
Huie Pock & Co.,
Merchant Tailors
Chinese and Japanese Fancy
Goods. Ladies' and Gentle
men »Underwear made to or
der. Teas, Chinaware, Etc
227 S. Main Street, Butte
LR.CHUNG'S Celebrated
Wnb Sanitarium
Ouarantees to euro ar
diseases by means of hl-i
famous Chinese mod*
clues, never before inti> .
duced Into this countr-«.
He has cured thousan.ls
end can cure you Adr'ce free. $0 Wmi
flslana street. Rutin. Mont
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PR0TEST IS IDE
Against Mr. Clark Retaining
His Seat.
SENATOR FROM MONTANA
Does Not Have Clear Sailing by Any
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Means—Statement of Those Who,
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Would Have Hint Thrown Out of 1
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the Seat He Was Elected to.
■Washington, December 5. 1899.
Honorable tiie Senate of the
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the meeting of th
embly of the state
long time pri
Sixth legislative
of Montana, wl
and regularly organised as such.
d at the city of Helena, Lewis and
Clarke county, Montana, on the first
I AIond.t|j o! January, 1>99.
ssembiy duly
Phot upon the convening and org'an
ization ol' said legislative assembly it
entered upon the discharge and per
formance of such duties as regularly
! devolved upon such legislative assem
blies thus convened under the constitu
tion and laws of the state. That said j
>d and ;
illowlng ;
respec
legislative assembly so convened and ;
organised consisted of the foil«
named persons representing the .
five counties and districts, and of the I
political faith set opposite their re
spective names. (Here follows the :
names of the members of the senate and ;
; 189!
I for
i whose candidacy was discussed and con
! sidereu by said legislative assembly was!*?
IÄÜT BU,t0 - S "'-"
That for the purpose of securing the 1
as sc n ibV\° to"' aiTj 5 )' o •
"am a ciark ? ,foro«ila Îp! Ï Ü
William \ «'i ni did cnnfo.iârn^î
uniiam A. Claik did confederate and
W illiam A. Clark as aforesaid, the said
William A. C
conspire with John B. Wellcome, A. J.
e, Walter M. Blok I
Neill
« 'p p , I
V ' m 5? hn
Steele, Walter M Bickford T.ihn r«l
ne.., «duel m. BRKtoid, John S. M. |
Charles W a t 1
'- - - ' rK ' A ' J ' Da\ id- :
son, Walter Cooper,
A. Murphy, John Byrne, T. P. Cullen, !
Bttll r ' TDU tilt--- ci r* v-r i _ ,
their votes in behalf of the candidacy 1
or sam V\ lJliam A. Clark, and that in]
P îsuance ol said confederation and
sphators above named, and other'TV.L
your petitioners unknown, did pay out
large Hums of money to the members
of the said legislative assembly to se
cure their support and votes in behalf
of the candidacy of said William A.
Clark for said office as aforesaid, it be- I
ing the understanding that said money
so paid was paid and used to corruptly
influence the action of said members of
said legislative assembly, and in con- ,
sidération of the money so paid many
ot said members were to and did vote
Pm tile saul t\ illiam A. Clark for the
office of United States senator from the
state qf Montana.
Your petitioners aver and give your
honorable body to be informed that a
more particular description of the par
ties to whom the money thus corruptly
used was paid and the amounts so paid
are herewith presented.
'I hat the said W. A. Clark paid to
Jerry Connolly, in consideration of his
voting for him, the sum of $5,000. That
the said W. A. Clark paid to Thomas
U. t'uqen, in consideration of his voting
for him the sum of $15,000. That the
said \V. A. Clark paid to C. O. Gru
W « ti, in consideration of his voting for
him, slims of money; the amounts spe
(•ideally arc
through an i
ascertainment of the
W. Mahan, in consideration of his vot
ins fm; him, the sum of $10.000. That
; the sa d W. A. Clark paid to Samuel
, [ngMortim i, ; h (, ° nskleratiup <' f »"» ™t
n ve s tigaUon d'lrem «a 1' (ü 1
!t of * the amount« l ,
nronf « ill h„ ,,n ,i,i . an ? ount , s . P aid >
said Griiwtfil was cor upUv inibum 1 /'• P
hi« ' n IV ,i?i Pt ' n ' 1 u« nce<i in
said' W A llir Tint th' 5 ' °f. tbo
. K ,.,\v A \ . al ... That the said W.
foi
paid
his
sum of $25,000. That
j the sa d W. A. Clark paid to Ben D.
i Phillips, in consideration of hi.« voting
j for him. the sum of $25,000. That the
said VV. A. Clark paid to D. G. Warner,
in consideration of his voting for him'
I the sum of $15,000. That the said W. a!
j Clark paid to W. A. Clark, state senator
I from Madison county, the sum of $10,000
in consideration of his voting for him
That the said W. A. Clark paid to H. l!
Myers, in consideration of his voting for
him. the sum of $10,000. That the said
W. A. Clark paid to Fred Whiteside, in
consideration of his voting for him the
sum of $10,000. That in the face of the
payment last named, through a desire
on the part of the said Whiteside to
ward Off suspicion, a portion of the
money thus paid was surrendered to the
said W. A. Clark as an accommodation,
so that] others who were members of the
legislative assembly might receive th»
amount surrendered; and that after sur
render was made the sum of $5.000 was
paid tij «iie said Whit.-side to m»ot ex
penses that might be incurred, and also
to constitute the aggregate of $10,000,
tiie consideration used to secure his sup
port fo^- the said W. A. Clark.
It is further shown in connection with
the amounts paid to the said W \
; Clark, senator from Madison county',
, H. L. Meyers and Fred Whiteside, that
said named persons received the said
I money solely for the purpose of dis
closing and divulging the faet that
money was being used by W. A. Clark
upon the members of the legislative as
sembly io corruptly influence their offi
fcial conduct in voting for a United States
I senator from the state of Montana; and
I that in so far as the last named persons
(are concerned it never was their inten
tion in the agreement to receive, and in
the receipt of the sums named, that their
official conduct should be corruptly inllu
enced by the use of said money.
_ That the said W. A. Clark paid to W.
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W. Beasley the sum of $10.000 in eonsid
ration of his support of the said Clark
Clark paid to S. Bywater the stun of $15,- !
000 in consiueration of nis voting for him j
for United States senator. That trie said i
\\\ A. Clark paid to \V. I*. ÄVersole the I
sllm of $10,000 in consideration of his vot- I
1 ing for him for United States senator, j
1 That the said'w. X'ciark'p'aw to"sUi! ;
Fine the sum of $10,000 in consideration
1 Of his voting for him for United States
senator. That the said VV. A. Clark paid
I to Robert Fllnn the sum of $10,000 in con
the said W. A. Clark paid to H. H. Barr
I the sum of $6,000 in consideration of his i
j voting for him for United States senator. :
That the said W. A. Clark paid to J. H.
sidération of Fiinn's support of his can
didacy for United States senator. Tha
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him tor United States senator. That the
said W. A. Clark paid to Dr. J. H. Johns
ton the sum of $5,000 and other valuable
considerations intended to corruptly in
fluence his official conduct in casting his
ballot for United States senator. That
the said W. A. Clark paid to F. W. Ku
phai die sum of $4,000 in consideration
ruptly influenced the official
f his voting for him for United States
enator. I liât the said Y\ . A. Clark cor- j
onduct of :
W. H. Lockhart, aggregating in amount
f $5,000. That the said W. A
the sum
j Clark paid to V. C. Long a sum of money !
s
; approximating in amount $10,000 for his '
; support in his candidacy for the office of
United States senator. That the said
; approximating in
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I W. A. Clark paid to T. H. Luddy in con- •
sidération of his voting for him for Unit- '
: States senator the sum of $10,000. That j
; 'be said W. A. Clark paid to G. W. Magee I
u \ ,uil '»luaoie considérations, condition- j
bis supporting him for the office
"-Iw'ÄSS'KV Mo"
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of $10,000 in consideration of his, support
for United States senator. That'the said
J. - arker the '
sum of $10,000, conditioned upon his sup
W. A. Clark paid to L. C. marker the
sum of «0.000, conditioned upon his sup
P° rtin B him for the office of United States ,
sena tor. That the said W. A. Clark paid '
I t»i. ma ouupui i tu mo vanuiuat j tut tue
office of United States senator. That the
paid i 1
toR ' M - Sands a »um of money approxi- i
| ma t in g in amount $15,000 in consideration :
1 I,lttulJ S hiuuuih ^la.irau m nuuomcrauuu :
: oj- his SUI)1 , or t of his candidacy for the
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ÄClIU V\ . cY
Mark paid to M. Shoviin the
1 States senator.
It is further urged that aside from the
persons named sums of money were paid
inv£ sti8 ' atlon of the conduct of the salcl
W ' A ' clalk ' in his candidacy as afore
said ' acting by blmaelf and through
oth ers conspiring with him, and acting
in !lis behalf for the criminal purpose of
corruptly influencing member^ of the
I legislative assembly, it will be shown
that with few notable exceptions every
member who cast his vote for the said
W. A. Clark for the office of United
, States senator did so for a pecuniary
consideration, and the proof will show
that the said W. A. Clai'k, through
his confederates and employes in the
commission of crime, made a criminal as
come, A
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sault upon the .Sixth legislative assem- ;
b'5 the state of Montana thiough the
corrupt use of money, and that with few j
notable exceptions the members voting !
for him for said office, and through
whose said votes an apparent majority
was secured, were influenced so to vote !
for hint by the use of money as herein- '
beflo-ne (specifically and generally set !
forth. I
Youir patition'ers further give vuur
honorable body to be informed that in !
pursuance of the conspiracy aforesaid
the said William A. Clark, John B. Well
,1. Steele, Walter M. Bickford,
T°^ n M ' C *?, a . rIea W. Clark, A. '
J ' Davld ? on ; vv aller <• °°P er and the other
eo-conspuators above named, and others
t0 y0U1 ' petitione, ' s unknown , did at div
ers and sundry times and places make at
tempts to bribe and corrupt members
of , h e .«aid legislative n««AmHw «„a
bube and corrupt said members of the
legislature, giving the names of the
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stores.
ASK F0«
Newbre's HorpkMe
parties to such transactions and the
amounts offered, is hereto appended as
follows, to-wit:
That the said W. A. Clark, acting by
and through his confederates, associates
and employes, and in his own behalf,
did offer to give to J. T. Anderson the
sum of $25,000 in the event he would vote
j for him for the office of United Fiâtes
! senator. Did offer to give to J. R Mo
! to $20,000 in consideration of his voting
j fo i' llim fo1 ' United States senator. Did
i offer to give to 10. H. Conley the sum of
I $20,000 in consideration of his voting for
I him for the office of United States sena
j to
; the sum*of*™,000 fn V contiiUmiUion a ôf''his
voting for him for the office of United
States senator. Did offer to give to C.
F. Kelley a sum of money, the exact
amount of which is not now desig
nated, but proof will be adduced to
5*1°'^ sa J d amount. Did offer to give to
i Burris, state senator from Beaver
: "?ad county, and G. T. Paul and D. E.
M etlen, members of the legislative
pons would individually sup
' kirk in his candidacy for
1 ni ted States senator; The
said \v. A. Clark did offer to give to T
j-. Aoriitoyie the sum of $15,000. providing
the sy.d Normoyle would vote for the
said A ( 'lark. The said W. A. Clark
offered to give to P. G Sullivan th »
of $15,000 providing the said Sun Ivan
would vole for the said tv v ,,, *.
: The said VV. A Clark offert . 5 lar V
J. Watson - -..... •- ,ed to 81ve K - !
a sum of mone
uî~°°,?.. c ?ï ,dltl< ÎP ed 'ipon bis
ipproximating
a"!*. 1 !? !°U hlm far the'office 0 oT Unite
St-iie- «»„„. e omce of United
le said w - A. Clark
$j 0 om K .\ e ''. J. Bonner the sum of
v„,' UU !!' p, " vidias ' 'be said Bonner would
q, f rm the sa id VV. A. Clark for United
wtates senator,
^ ' s furthi
aspect!ully shown re- i
ana commissioned his co
and employes to offer to !
-mÄ" Ääf t» 1
names > 'be sum of $10,000, and that mir- -
suant to that express authorization of I
^rs were made by the agents emffioveC
and associates of the said W. A. Clark'
fers "ere made by the agent's employes 1
and associates of the said W.' ACilrk I
to republican members of tin- legislative !
assembly. legisiame .
— .v 0 . w .u i, , c a
'be period of its
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That the said John B. Wellcome was
for some time pr'
—1 l,I " c prior to the meeting of
said legislative assembly, and during all
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s existence, the attorney
managing agent of William A. Clark
itt and others, a disbursing agent of the
money expended by said William A.
to corrupt, bribe, ouy and debauch
That on the 9th day of January 1899
by a joint resolution of th<vtwo houses
of the said legislative assembly, which i
resolution received the unanimous vote
of the members thereof, a joint investi
gating committee of three members from
each house was duly and regularly ap
pointed to inquire into the charges of
bribery which were freely and generally :
made in the city of Helena with reference i
to the then pending senatorial election—
the membership thereof consisting of
Senators J, T. Anderson of Meagher
county, Edwin Norris of Beaverhead
county and George H. Stanton of Cascade
county, and Representatives W. J. Ste- i
and Heures
phens of Missoula county, John R. Toole
of Deer Lodge county and E. H Coonev
of Cascade county. ;
That upon the said Jan. 9, 1899, said
joint committee began performance of its ;
duties as such—taking the testimony of j
such witnesses as appeared before it; and ;
afterward, to-wit, on Jan. 10. 1899, said
romrnUtee ma de its report to said legis- ,
lative assembly, a copy of which, to- j
gether vvith so ,nuch of the evidence ta- !
ken before U as was Published, will bo
found in the "house journal of the Sixth
legislative assembly of .lie state of Mon
tana," on pages 2S to 40, inclusive, to
•which reference is hereto had, and the
same is made a part of this protest. That
afterward, to-wit, on the--day of Jan
uary, 1899, a grand jury was called by ,
the Hon. Sidney H. Mclntire, judge of the |
district court of the first judicial district
of the state of Montana in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarke, to investi- F
SU n ls of money of the citizens of Helena
and of other citizens of Montana then in
said city of Helena and actively aiding !
ing the consummation of the conspiracy j
aforesaid, and the corrupt use of money j
to unduly Influence memoers of the giand <
jury, the said grand jury corruptly !
induced and influenced to disregard the j
testimony taken before them, and teere- j
upon made report to said court, a por- j
tion of which said report is in the follow- .
ing language, to-wit:
"We have carefully weighed all the j
evidence submitted to us. and while there
has been some evidence which tends to :
show that money has been used in con
nection with the election of a United
States senator, it has been contradicted
and explained in such a way that all
the evidence introduced before us. taken
together, would not, in our judgment,
warrant a conviction by a trial jury."
That said report of said grand jury
was received and filed over the objec
tions of the attorney general of the state
of Montana, who then and there re
quested said court to empanel another
grand jury, which said request was by
said court denied. That a copy of the
proceedings of said court and the said
grand jury, together with a synopsis of
the evidence given before the said grand
jury, is herewith fil 5 -narked "Exhibit
——and made a pt" 'hereof.
That after the nclj uniment of said
legislative assembly, to-vvlt: O11 the -
«lay of May, 1899, an application of Hon.
Fred Whiteside c f the county of Flat
head, state of Montana, was tiled in the
supreme court of the state of Montana,
asking the said court to disbar the said
J«'hn B. Wellcome from the practice of
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HAS YOUR ADVERTISEMENT OF
LOTS* FOR F -° n RENT : EOARt) FOR BOARDS!-*, HOUSE
'AUR„ and many other wants of your daily life been m
3 AND
en tinned *n
WANT ADV&
§ 0e»t* Fer Word for First îsstis
1 Oent Per Word After First hw
2S1.C0 Per Lin? Pe* Month.
MONEY TO LOAiM
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security at 10 per cent. Also money to
loan on household furniture. Chas. L.
Smith, 23 Wesrt Granite street.
EMPLOYMENT.
WANTED—BY A GOOD HONEST AND
trustworthy lady, a job cleaning and
taking care of offices, can furnish best
of references. Address or call at 529
West Broadway street.
POSITION WANTED, BY RELIABLE,
industrious man; wages no object if
chance for promotion. Can furnish
references. Address F. L. S„ Inter
Mountain.
WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS
dressmaker, position to go out by the
day, best reference. Address 61S West
Park street.
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WANTED-TEN MEN FOR LOGGING
$10 and board; six swampers $05 and
board. St. Paul Employment Office,
VV. Granite.
WANTED—Reliable man to deliver and
collect. Salary $15 a week and ex
penses. State age, etc. Globe Com
paiiy, .'23 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
Pa.
BUSINESS CHANGES.
FOR SALE—FURNITURE OF FOUR
room house, good as new: also house
for rent; will sell very reasonable;
i
M. Wade.
HOUSES AND LOTS ALL SIZES AND
! prices, in all parts of the city If you
1 " b " y ** «»»" « Ä
Bow block. S. M. Wade.
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TEN ' ROOM BOARDING HOUSE. 19
boarders, rent only $30, good location;
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. silver Bow block.
FOR SALE—A SALOON, GOOD LOCA
Inquire at Copper State Saloon,
"w South Arizona.
N ROOM LODGING
must be sold for face
Case & Holmes, 26
$2,150 BUYS LARGE EAST SIDE COR
ner lot and two five-room houses. See
this for bargain. McMillan & Floyd
57 East Brodway.
HORSE, WAGONS AND HARNESS
for sale cheap. Oechsli, 124 West Park
i FOR SALE—GOOD PAYING RESTAU
rant, worth $400; must be sold for $175
Case & Holmes, 26 East Broadway.
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HOUSES AND LOTS ALL SIZES AND
prices in all parts of the city, for resi
dences and investments. If you want
to buy call at room 30, Silver Bow Blk
S. M. Wade.
$2,650 BUYS A SIX ROOM MODERN
house, in fine location and condition, in
600 block on West Side. This is the big
gest bargain in the city. S. M. Wade,
room 30. Silver Bow block,
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FOR SALE—SECOND HAND TABLES,
; shelving and counters, cheap, at Butte
j Building & Realty Co., 5 North Mon
; tana.
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, ONE HALF INTEREST IN A GOOD
j business for sale cheap. Address "X'',
! Inter Mountain,
FOR SALE — HOUSEHOLD FURNI
ture, 127 Ruby street, between Mon
tana and old power house.
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FOR SALE—A GOOD PAYING BA
kery and restaurant, a rare chance for
, the right party. For further informa
| tion write Bor. 1S9, Dillon. Mont,
q A LE- BITTER ROOT VALLPY
F ?. B l. all fenc-d-looses
20 acres in saleable
right; orchard of CÔ0
small fruit, 55 acrea
two-story, six-room
11 an <i out buildings,
one and one-half mile3 from town and
good school. No. 12—320 acres. 2 miles
from depot. 4 miles from town, all
fenced, good water right, 200 acres un
der cultivation, 40 cores meadow, can
cultivate 300 acres, 20 acres timber,
entail bearing orchard, log house ar.d
barn. Price $4,000. A bargain. En
quire of Ravalli County Abstract Co.,
Hamilton. Mont.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
: WANTED—BOARD AND ROOM WITH
small family, by married lady, child
years; South Butte preferred. Address
Room and Board, Inter Mountain.
NOTICE—CHECK 274, NOV. 20, FAVOR
Smith McKnight, signed by L. E. Cook,
on First National bank, Butte, $173.36,
has been lost or stolen. All persons
warned not to negotiate or cash same.
Payment has been stopped. Smith Mc
Knight.
WANTED—ALL KINDS OF CAST OFF
clothing bought. 15 South Wyoming
street. Mail orders promptly attended
Charles G. Smith.
TP V BECKWITH S RESTAURANT, 41
West Park; European plan; meals at
all hours.
BEST NEEDLES AND OIL FOR ALL
sewing machines at the Singer Office
10 West Quartz street.
WANTED—TO TRADE. A 1100-POUND
team of horses for a 1300 or 1400, and
will pay the difference. Address P o
Box 353. Butte, Mont.
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F-Jrt RENT
FOR RENT—SIX ROOil ~!(10 DfTv
brick just completed, including water'
light etc., rent reasonable. Inquire
öS AVest Aluminum street.
FOR RENT — TAVO CONNECTING
rooms, unfurnished, for light housc
,,, e , e Ç, lns 2 wiu 'ent very reasonabl» at
641 South Dakota street.
FOR RENT—LARGE FRONT OFFICE
and suite of rooms. Applv 62 West
Park street.
FOR RENT — TWO ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, on the ground floor, cor
ner of Park and Montana.
FOR RENT—STORE ROOM, GOOD Lo
cation on South Main street, cheap rent.
Will give lease. W. F. Cobban, 33 AY.
Granite street.
FOP. RENT —AN ELEGANT MAIN
stree. «tore. Knqutre of J. H. Leyson*
2- North Main street.
furnished RÜUVÜ
BOATD
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSETOP
six rooms, bath, gas, convenient to
business. Chas. L. Smith, 2«J West
Granite street.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with or without board, gentle
men preferred; good location; three
blocks of Park street: car passes the
door. Inquire at 323 South Montana
street.
FOR RENT—TWOR THREE FUU
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
These rooms are comfortably fur
nished, including electric light, water,
etc. Inquire at side door, 206 South
Montana street.
FOR RENT-ONE LARGE, FRONT
room nicely furnished, including bath,
hot and cold water, also electric light,
very reasonable. Inquire at 626 South
Dakota street.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
rooms well heated, electric light, good
location; will rent very reasonable.
215 South Montana street.
FOR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, pleasant location, light, hot and
cold water, including bath; aläo one
nice suite of rooms. Prices reasonable.
213 West Galena street.
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
front room, large closet, housekeeping If
desi-ed, bath, etc. 304 West Granite
FURNISHED HOUSE KEEPING rooms
single or in suites to suit. Prices mod
erate. All cooking utensils furnished.
Hot and cold water, baths free. Inquire
53 W. Galena, near Academy street.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, also pleasant fur
nished rooms with or without board.
Gentlemen preferred. 215 West Galena
street.
FOR RENT—THREE FURNISHED
rooms for $12.00. Imiuire at 209 West
Board man street.
FOR RENT—TWO NTCELY FURNISH
ed rooms for $12.00 including water or
will rent same unfurnished for $10.00.
Apply at 112 Sutter street.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN A
new biock. 205 South Arizona.
AS SA Vt 1 ? i.
BRADEN *«. RAPT/,
ASS.tYKUS
119 Hamilton St. (Carney & Hand's old
stand.) P. O. Box 1264.
A. B ROMBAUM». ASSATER AND
Chemist. Successor to Carney & Hand.
103 East Broadway.
DRESS MAKING.
MRS. J. FRIEND HAS OPENED
dressmaking parlors at 115 West Ga
lena; accordion and sunburst pleating a
specialty.
SPECIALISTS
MAZIE, PALMIST AND SCIENTIFIC
card reader, reliable advise and busi
ness transactions, love affairs, mar
riages, divorces, etc. 115 West Galena.
IN THE EXACT SCIENCE OF PALM
istry Madame DeWitt is an adept.
Magnetic healing is recognized as an
advanced mode of relieving pain and
curing disease without the aid of drugs.
Removed from the Butte hotel to 218
West Park.
TAILOR
. B. BROWN, THE ARTISTIC TAI
lor, has opened up shop at 333 South
Main street, where he is prepared to
make latest style suits up to order.
Prices within reach of all. Work
guaranteed. See him before going
elsewhere. 333 Main street.
BATHS.
FREE BATHS WITH ROOM ELEC
tric light, steam heat, Mantle Biock, at
16 West Broadway, near Clark's bank.
LOST
LOST—NOV. 9TH. BROWN SPANIEL
male pup, no white, tail cut off, four
months old. Liberal reward will be
paid for his return to southeast corner
Crystal and Porphyry. C. F. Craddick.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, «OFFICE
Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C.
Nov. 21. 1899.—Sealed proposais will be
received at this office until 2 o'clock p. nt.
on the 19th day of January, 1900. and then
opened, for the construction, (except heat
ing apparatus, elevator and electric wire
condiYiis), of the U. S. Public building
at Helena, Mintana. in accordance'with
the drawings and specification, which will
be furnished at the discretion of the su
pervising architect on application at th's
office or the office cf the custodian of the
site at Helena, Montana. James Knox
Taylor, supervising architect.

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