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Christmas
Presents...
We have the greatest variety
of useful and beautiful Christ
mas Presents in Butte and at
remarkably low prices. Every
article marked in plain figures.
If you think of having any
Pictures Framed, call early; our
framing department is crowded
with orders now.
Gatlins' Boot Store
% 209 Main St.. Butte Mont
The Strong
Recommending Feature
Is; Uniformity in roasting and
, baking, abundance of hot water,
immense saving in fuel, simplicity
in construction, perfect cleanliness
1 and ease in management. It is ab
solutely beyond the possibility of
improvement.
The Majestic is not made with
a view of furnishing extra parts
for repairs. It is the ONI.Y RANGE
sold by dealers that is made of
STEEL and MALLEABLE IRON:
no part of it can crack or break;
it is AIR TIGHT; will withstand
any heat and lasts a lifetime. Sold
tinder absolute guarantee of per
fect. operation.
ITS FIRST COST ITS ONLY
COST. Majestic Cook Book free.
Ask for it. We have arrangements
to take your old stoves or furniture
in part payment for new goods.
Kennedy Furniture Co
18-20 W. Broadway, Butte.
FURS
of
Wm. Schultz, manufacturer
all kinds of
Fur Garments, Alaska
Seal Jackets
Made to order at $125 and $150,
Repairing and remodeling at
reasonable rates.
WM. SCHULTZ,
11 N. Wyoming Street
f Kalsomining 1
I 4 on Wall Paper j
Attention is called to the fact \
that old paper walls three or Ï
four years old can be made to f
look equally as good as new in- %
grain paper, by a process known f
only by the old pioneer Paint %
<2 Shop of I
OSCAR STENBERG I
; Rear of 59 West Park Street. $
> Grive us a call and clean up for %
• the holidays.
SIONS I
Stenberg's Signs Talk. Copied by %
All-»Excelled by None.
Rear of 59 West Park Street.
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"Hall Hark" jj
In England is the same as "ster- J *
ling" in America, or as "Studc- i j
baker" when applied to Vehicles. < t
We are Studebaker'a Butte agents. ! \
s Western Wagon & Grain Co
® Incorporatea.
649 S. Arizona St., Butte, Mont.
MEETING NOTICE.
Notice to Stockholders. The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Silver
Bow National bank of Butte city will
be held Tuesday, January 9, 1900, at 4
o'clock p. m., at the banking house of
said bank, for the election of a board of
directors for the ensuing year and the
transaction of such other business as
may come before said meeting.
FAYETTK HARRINGTON.
_ Cashier.
! Butte, Montana, December 9. 1899.
A. P. Heinze Wants To Inspect
Shaft of Silver Bow Mine
HE ASKS FOR PERMISSION
Court Will Hear Petition on Jan. 1?
—Suit Against Butte &
Boston.
Art bus P. Heinze petitioned the district
court to-day for an order permitting him
to make a survey and inspection of shafts
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 of the Silver Bow mine,'
together with all crosscuts, drifts and
working connected with them, and Judge
Lindsay set the matter for hearing at 2
o'clock p. m. February 17.
The Silver Bow belongs to the Butte &
Boston Mining company and the peti
tioner has a suit pending against it to
recover judgment for ore alleged to have
been taken by the company from veins
said lo have then - apex within the lines
of the Copper, Copper No. 1 and Copper
No. 2 lode claims belonging to him. In
Die petition he states that the Butte &
Boston company, by means of drifts,
crosscuts, tunnels and other workings,
lias entered beneatli the surface of the
j'three Copper claims and mined and ex-!
j traded valuable ores which it has con
I verted to its own use. and the survey
•and examination of the ground mentioned
i is necessary for the preservation of his
rights.
PROVOST ESTATE.
WIDOW WANTS LETTERS OF AD
MINISTRATION REVOKED.
Mrs. Provost, widow of the late Charles
Provost, whose death occurred in this
city on November 14. has petitioned the
! district court for a revocation of the
letters of administration on her hus
; band's estate issued to Samuel A. Hail,
i in her petition she alleges that Hall ob
j tained the letters fraudulently; that
i prior to November 1G of this year she
! did not know him, hut on that date she
! accompanied him to the office of an at
! torney for the purpose of taking the pre
j liminary steps towards the care of the
j estate; that site did not understand the
English language very well and Hall in
! dueed her to sign for him an applica
! tion for letters of administration on her
i husband's estate.
! The estate consists of real estate on
j South Wyoming street, household furni
i ture, notes and accounts, and is valued
! at about $5,000.
j Juùige Lindsay heard the petiton to-'
! day and in reply stated that he thought:
lone hearing on such matters was suffi-'
! oient. "She is," said he, "a woman of
; fair intelligence and knew very well what
I she was doing when she consented to have
j Hall act as administrator; but I shall
! hear the matter on February 17."
COURT NOTES.
Herman Hauswirth has commenced
suit against. W. J. Jamieson to quiet title
to the Marquis lode claim. Jamieson is
tlie administrator of the estate of Eman
uel Hauswirth, a brother of the plaintiff,
j In his complaint the plaintiff alleges
j that on April 27, 1888, Emanuel and
j Harry Olmstead agreed in writing to
! transfer their interest in the property
j to him as soon as they received a re
j reiver's certificate for it; that on April
I 9, 1892. Emanuel transferred his in
! terest to Christian Hauswirth, another
I brother, but he alleges that the transfer
was a sham and without consideration;
that on May 26, 1893, Emanuel and Olm
stead transferred their interest to plain
tiff, and on June 7, 1899, Christian deeded
his interest to the defendant. Plaintiff
asks the court to determine at which
station he alights.
Judge Lindsay held two sessions of
court to-day and during each disposed of
a number of exparte matters and mo
tions. He appointed Mrs. Bell Moore ad
ministratrix of ihe estate of I. G. Moore,
who killed himself at a ranch near the
city about two weeks ago, fixing her bond
at $16.000. The estate, which consists
principally of dairy and live stock inter
ests. is said to possess a value of about'
$ 8 . 000 .
The motion to dismiss the appeal in
the case of the Butte Coal company
against Tim Harrington because a good
'bond had not been filed in the action was
practically annulled by the filing of a
bond with money behind it.
'Mrs. Lulu Largey as administratrix of
the estate of P. A. Largey was cited to
appear in court on February 17 and show
cause why she should not deed to Alex
ander J. McDouet as administrator of tlu
! CHRISTMAS]
m I« coming. What gift will be so J:
i: pleasing to your wife or daugh
jv. ter as a if
% Fine Piano or I
I Organ? f
I( ; Call and select your Instru- f.
r ment NOW .and we will hold it f
until Christmas for you.
Large stock of Guitars, i
Banjos, Mandolins, Music
')• Boxes. Zithers. Graphophones $
and Violins. £
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I MONTANA MUSIC C0.,f
I 119 N. Main Street. £
Jfr b»
estate of John A. Kennedy a pieice of real!
estate which P. A. Largey agreed to deed
to Kennedy prior to the death of both.
In the suit of the city against Ii. E.
Cook and A. F. Bray the plaintiff aslked
for 40 days in which to prepare and serve
a statement on motion for a new trial
and bill of exceptions. The request was
granted.
The hearing of the motion to dissolve
the injunction in the suit of P. W. Mur
ray against F. L. Grandey was vacated
and the plaintiff given thirty days in
which to file an amended complaint
All matters in connection with the es
tate of Thomas Nesbit were continued
until February 24. j
The damage suit of Mae Lathrop
against the city was dismissed as settled.
CHURCH SERVICES.
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South Butte Presbyterian church,
Frederick Tonge, .pastor, residence rear
of the church on First street. Preaching
next Sabbath 11 a. m., subject ''The Star
of Bethlehem." Sunday school after
church, Mr. Carroll, superintendent.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30; preaching at
7:30 by pastor, subject "The Beggar
King," Monday night at 8 p. m., Christ
mas exercises and distribution of gifts.
Free to all. Tuesday at S p. m.. mid-week
service in the study on First street.
Leader, Frederick Tonge, subject '"The |
Feast of Trumpets." Lev. 23. 23-25. |
N. B.—The week of prayer will lie held |
in South Butte commencing at 10:30 p. |
m., with a watch meeting service at the
South Butte church corner of Second
and Arizona sti-eet on Sunday night, Dec.
31st. Also Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday night will be united prayer ser
vice and on Thursday and Friday nights
at the South Butte Presbyterian church.
Rev. Frederick Tonge and Rev. Tait.
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Christian Tabernacle (Shortridge
Memorial), southeast corner of Wash
ington and Mercury streets: Edward
Oliver Tilburn minister; residence 317
West Silver street. The services of the
day will be in keeping with the Christ
mas Reason. Special music will be ren
dered at both services. In the morning
the anthem "Happy News," and special
solos; at night the anthems, "Christmas
Is a Glad Time." "The Babe Divine,"
"Joyful Tidings;" a solo by Mr. Kitto,
''The Star of Bethlehem." The sermons
will be appropriate. Morning, "<'hiist
mas Gifts; or, Love and Its Evidence."
Regular communion service at the morn
ing hour. Night, the third in the series
of sermons on "Prods and Prodigals,"
entitled "The Prodigal Father—A Christ
mas Thought. Everybody invited to
attend the services here. Seats free.
Christmas exercises by the Sunday
school on Monday night at 8 o'clock. A
magnificent Ferris wheel will be built
and the children treated from the same.
An excellent programme has been pre
pared. All invited.
Mountain View Methodist Episcopal
will worship in the Auditorium tomorrow
as usual. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m.,
by the pastor, J. L. Albritton; Hass meet
ing 10 o'clock. J. L. Williams, leader;
Kur.'day school 12:15, C. H. Repath. Supt.;
Kpworth League meeting 6:30 at Car
penters' Union hall.
The prayer meeting Wednesday night
will probably be held in the Sunday I
school loom of tlie ngw church, definite I
announcement from pulpit. The Sunday ;
school will have charge of the services in j
the Auditorium Sunday night. Special
Christmas music by the choir.
Morning sermon "The Savior Born."
Swedish Evangelist Lutheran church.
Services in Carpenters' Union hall, 118 W.
Granite street at 11 a. m.; Sunday school I
at 12 m. No services in the evening, j
Christmas day (Monday 25th) services at
6 o'clock a. m., and Sunday school festi
val at 8 p. m. All are welcome. A. E. I
Gustafson, pastor. Residence 505 South!
Montana street. i
The Christmas exercises of the First,
Baptist church Sunday school will be held
thi sevening at 7:30 o'clock.
Finnish Evangelical Lutheran services
every Sunday at the Scandinavian Meth
odist church at 2 p. m.; Sunday school at
4 p. m. Next. Monday (Christmas) mor
ing service ait 6 o'clock a. m. High mass
at 2 p. m. All are cordially invited. Al
exander Sandstrom, pastor.
First Church of Christ, 'Scientist:' 129
W. Broadway. Services every Sunday.
10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school
12:15 p. m.: Wednesday evening exper
ience meetings at S o'clock.
Immanuel Presbyterian church, corner
Galena and Strath Gaylord streets.
Preaching II a. m., and 7:30 by Rev. G.
H. Whiteman. Morning subject, "Satan
the Sifter," evening 7:30 s-p;. la! Christ
mas sermon "The Guiding Star," Sun
day school 2. p. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E., junior
3 p. m.; senior at 6:30, leader Isaac
Ivnoyie. All are v. dram * to the services
of this church. G. H. Whltemain, pastor.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church,
ohn Hosking pastor; residence 971 North
Main street. Preaching at. 11 a. m. and
7:30 ii. in., by Rev. James Opie. Sunday
school at ?:30 m., \V. H. Gribbin and
J. Callaway superintendents. Wednes
day evening, prayer meeting; Thursday
evening, choir rehearsal; Friday even
ing, class meeting, lead by the pastor.
German Evangelical Lutheran church.
67 West Silver; M. Hudtlaff pastor, 691
West Silver. Service tomorrow at It a.
m. only. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Ser
vices on Christmas day at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Holy communion in the morn
ami children's service in the evening.
Heavy as l.ead.
Is your head with a headache. Relieved
•with Wright's Paragon Headache Rem
edy. •
Ladies' solid 14k. gold watches, $20
to $150. •
A WHOLE TRAINLOAD
Of Kemmerer coal is now on the way to
us to meet the largely increased demand
we are having for it. It keeps your
house good and warm all night, and costs
no more than inferior grades. We also
handle Pennsylvania anthracite, Mon
tana coals, and good dry wood. S. J.
Monroe & Co., 47 East Broadway.
'Phone 538. •
Ebony Hair Brushes and Hat
3rushes $1.00 up.
Tell your husband about those mani
cure sets in Gal logt y * Co. They are
»well.
LIVINGSTON NE WS
Livingston, Mont., Dec. 20, 1899.
Andrew Conn, a tramp printer and who
is piro'bably the greatest globe trotter liv
ing, was in this city Sunday on his way
east. Conn bas been on 'the road in this
country and Europe continually since 1844
and now at am advanced age of 71 still
roams from town to town stopping a few
days here and there to work at his trade.
Conn was a comrade of the immortal J.
N. Fee and for many years, they traveled
together. 'lAndy," as he is familiarly
known came from San Francisco via
Portland, Tacoma, Spokane and Helena,
He is wtorking his way back to Cleveland,
Ohio, where he was born and where he
first worked at the case. He is a man
about 6 foot 4 inches in height, of spare
build and pleasing address. He wears a
full beard which reaches almost to his
waist, which are still dark brown with
very few silver hairs. He is an Odd Fel
low, Knight Templar, G. A. R. and be
longs to the International Typographical
union. His almost sixty years of inces
sant travel seems to have used him gent
ly. He walks without the aid of a cane
and looks fully 20 years younger than ills
years.
Chas. Shively, a blacksmith, who was
recently arrested at Castle and brought to
this city on a charge of stealing a gold
watch from Henry Dietz, was tried in
Justice Bendor's court Saturday. The
jury returned a verdict of guilty. The
defendant gave notice of appeal and sen
tence was postponed until Monday when
Justice Bender sentenced him to six
months imprisonment and to pay a fine
of $300 and ciosts.
J. E. Secse, who has been in charge of
the Northern Pacific telegraph depart
ment at Billings during the past three
months, returned to this city this morn
ing to take the position of day operator at
the depot relieving F. H. Crawf >rd who
will take the night trick in place of J. J.
Callahan who will accept a similar post-!
tion at Bozeman.
Messrs. Bush and Jardine of the Bear
Gulch Mining company came down frn.ni
that camp on Monday's train en route to
Helena, where it is reported a compromise
will be effected in the Legal Tender mine
litigation which will give the Bear Gulch
company control of that valuable prop
erty.
The dining room of the Mendenhall ho
tel at Hunter's Hot Springs has been
closed for t*he winter. The guests are
now being fed at the old hotel. Mr. Sav
age is again in charge of the hotel, reliev
ing Mr. Simon who has been in charge
during Mr. Savage's illness.
The adjourned meeting of the city coun
cil which was called for Tuesday even
ing, to receive b.ids for repairing and ex
tending Ihe dyke, did not materialize,
there not being a quorum present.
Christmas preparations are now in full
swing. Merchants are making exten
sive displays of holiday goods and the
church organizations are laying their
plans for Christmas trees.
'Bounty Treasurer Livingston lias re
mitted to State Treasurer Collins the sum
of $10,323.30, being Park county's contri
bution <to the state funds from taxes col
lected in this county.
Fraiivk Buttrey. formerly of Aldridge,
departed for the east Monday to spend the
holidays and upon his return will prob
ably engage in business at Trail Creek.
J. K. M ■ Murdo went to Billings Monday
morning to meet his family who have
been visiting relatives at Hastings, Neb.,
for'the past two months.
"Sandy" TenP.ro. ck departed for New
York Sunday morning where he will visit
at his old home during the holidays.
Mrs. T. V. Madden received a telegram
this morning announcing the death of lier
mother at Green Isle, .Minn.
The saloon men of this city will meet
shortly to organize a retail liquor dealers
association.
The first issue of the Park County Re
publican will 'be published next Satur
day.
Pure brer is a beverage that is accept
able to the palate and valuable to the tin
man system. The beer produced by Hen
ry Muntzer is the very liest and recom
mends it: if- A trial will convince. Call
up Butte Brewery, Phone. 252.
GET OLT OE LI TTE SMOKE.
Get out of the Butte smoke and go to
Crystal Springs to enjoy the pure atmos
phere which surrounds that beautiful
plac.s. Rates $2.50 per day; $14 per week,
including plunge and private baths. Only
five miles from town. Stages leave
Langlois' at regular intervals.
NICK JAHREISS, Prop.
0 » There are surprises for your wife
awaiting your inspection. When
you call we'll show you.
street about Dec. 18.
Cj. F. Fisher. Taiior, from 3 W. Galena.
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ANNUAL MEETING.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the First National bank of Butte
will be held at the office of said bank in
Butte, Montana, Tuesday, January 9, 1900
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Object of meeting Is election of directors
for ensuing year, and transaction of any
other business which may properly come
before the meeting.
E. B. WEI RICK.
Cashier.
Dated at Butte, Mont., Dec. 8, 1899..
THEY ARE GREAT.
The dressed dolls Davis & Weimcscary
company are giving to every one dollar
purchase.
Only a few' pretty books and calendars
left at Calkins'. *
BUTTE COAL COMPANY.
We employ no solicitors anJ no col
lectors. Our method of doing business
is to keep expenses down to the mini
mum and to see to it that each ton of
coal contains the maximum value. Our
customer is the medium through which
we advertise. Butte Coal Company, No.
4 East Broadway. Tel. 477. •
"fer
The place to buy your Xmas pres
ent.
Sewing machines for rent, by week or
month. National Undertaking company,
17 East Quartz.
Latest novelties in China at Calkins',
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MAIN 8 CgAklirf
You W ont Go W r ong
In -selecting your Christmas Gifts here. You will get
beauty, Taste, Wear and Value, and you cannot get
, anything here that a man or boy won't appreciate,
whether it be ' '
Suit for Boy or Man
Overcoat for Eoy or Man
Very Pretty Toilet Sets
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs
Silk Handkerchief Mufflers
Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets
Fine Silk Handkerchiefs
Harvard Silk Mufflers
Elegant Silk Umbrellas
Handsome Neckwear
Silk Night Shirts
Silk Suspenders
Military Brushes, Etc
COR. MAIN AND GRANITE STREETS, BUTTE
CLOSING OUT
Our Stock of Groceries
Earthen and Wooden Ware, Galvanized Iron Ware, Household Sup.
plies, Etc Come early and get what you want, as our supply la
limited.
57 East Park Street.
McDonald & lynch
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WES .ARE
anta Claus' Headquarters
FOR 1899.
holiday Presents in Endless Variety.
DolBS In Kill, French and Bisque gC tO $20 CEICÏl
Sleds B<,,s '" d n X'rLow 50 c to $ 3.50 each
SHIES " ■»« ««■""•* 50 CENTS
I Dolls Cabs and Go-Carts, 50e to $7.00
! Toilet Cases..... 75 c to $ 35.00
z Albums........$1.25 to $10.00
|| FANCY CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC, GLASSWARE.LAMPS
1 The Palais Royal Co
!| 75 East Park Street
DR. RINEHART
The San Francisco
PAINLESS DENTIST.
Work rtrnranteed and Prices Reasonable
Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Parties at a
distança given five days notice.
14 West Park St.
TELEPHONE 272
Horse Blanket
And Lap Robe
Weather is with us v and we can interest
you in anything pertaining to
Harness and Saddlery
J. N. NEVUS & CO.,
Silver Block
Phone 544. 106 E. PARK ST

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