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Capital Billiard Hall—Mather & Sterritt,
Proprietors. The largest and best appointed billiard hall in thi9 city is the Capitol, situated in the Capitol block on the north side of Main street, a few doors below Broadway. It was fitted up last fall by Messrs. Billy Mather and Al. Sterritt, with muchtasle and with out regard for cost. It is supplied with one pyramid pool and three magnificent Bruns wick and Balke latest improved billiard tables, and the necessary accompaniments that patrons m .y enjoy to the full extent the pleasant pastime. The entire place is so nicely and comfortably arranged that a more extended description is in place. I pon en tering thehall. one is immediately impressed with the beauty and taste displayed in its arrangement and furnishing; to t he right near the front is the counter and bar, made of walnut in a very ornamental and beauti ful design. Surmounting the bar proper is a French mirror of enormous dimensions and surpassing beauty. The bar is nicely furnished and decorated and has all the appliances used in the carrying on of a first-class baf trade. Adjoining the bar is the ice-cooler for keeping beer, etc., and to the rear of this is the billiard hall, which is neatly carpeted, the walls elabor ately decorated, which, with the pretty gas and billiard fixtures, and the billiard ta bles mentioned above, form as pleasant and cosy a place of amusement and resort as there is in Montana. Card rooms are at the rear end of the hall. The bar is well-stocked with a choice line of fine wines, brandies and liquors of all kinds, and excellent brands of imported and domestic cigars, it being a commend able feature of the management to keep none but the best of everything. The pro prietors are veterans in their business, and mix to the Queen's taste all kinds of fancy drinks, as well as to make it pleasant and agreeable for all who may v sit them in their handsome quarters. Call around and see the Capitol Billiard Hall for your self. Lieueman & Schmidt-California Brewery, Ka»t Broadway —Milwaukee and Butte Beers, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. This well known Hall is situated on East Broadway, immediately in rear of Casey & Brophy's store, and is a favorite resort of a large* number of miners, and others, who know how to appreciate a quiet and pleas ant resort in which to while away their unoccupied time. The proprietors are ever on the alert to make their customers feel at home, and a visit to their hall at any time, day or night, would surprise one at the large num ber of men seated at the tables discussing politics, the silver and Mormon questions and other topics of interest to our popula tion. A free lunch is provided daily, and for the small sum of 12J4 cents a good square meal, with a schooner of Milwaukee or bottled beer can be obtained. One would think that these comforts were all that Lieneman & Schmidt could afford to offer to their customers for the price named, but in addition thereto they have an Upright Steinway Piano, whose soft strains and delicate tones are manipu lated bv an artist musician. To the lovers of music and good beer we would say, pay the California Hall a visit. Davis & Company—Wholesale Grocers. This firm are the only exclusively whole sale dealers in groceries, teas, and provi sions, lubricating and carbon oils, liquors and cigars, in the Territory of Montana. Their store on East Park street, corner of Arizona, in this city, is complete in every particular and their stock large and choice. Buyers can do exactly as well purchasing of them, as from any Eastern concern. HEAD AND CONSULT. a of in & of to or for or we of Pauly <lail Building and Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo.— The above concern are the most extensive and successful manufacturers of jails and jaiFcells in the United States. Their work is acknowledged to be superior to all others and affords absolute safety and cer tainty in the retention of prisoners. An escape by sawing, breaking or otherwise destroying the Pauly cell has neyer been effected. The County Commissioners of Silver Bow County contracted June 7, INKS, for the erection of eight of these cells and the necessary corridor, closets, etc., which have given such perfect satisfaction that on November 24, 1885. a further contract was made for the erection of eight addi tional cells, which will form the second story or tier, and for stairs leading to same landings and ba - cony. These cells and all work connected with them are made of iron and steel bars, each bar is 2'4x% inches and con sists of 5 layers, 3 of iron 2 of steel, all thoroughly welded together. The layers of steel are curved so that they meet the sui face at the corners. All bars are hardened on two edges for % of an inch deep and the center annealed, thus rendering them saw and file proof. Each cell is 0 feet 3 inches wide, 8 feet deep and 7 feet high, made of plate, exteriorly lathed with steel bars, placed 5 inches apart, securely rivited and fastened; has at the rear a lattice section or window, 2 feet wide, extending from floor to ceiling, to admit air and light, made of steel bars crossing at right angles with, meshes 2%x2% inches. The door is 2xGfeet. and made of the same material. At the bot tom there is a feed opening 4*4xG% in, : h f s - Celia tire provided with a hammock inches wide and ingenious foul-air ducts. The corridor grating has meslies 214x3 inches square. The system of locking and bolting is the most perfect and safe in ex istence, and have given entire satisfaction wherever used. Ample closets, infirmary and dungeon cells and all facilities for the health as well as safe keeping of inmates are provided. Henry Nickel — Wholesale anti Retail Dealer in Meats. Till market is located on the east side of Main street, second door from Broad way. As you pass call in and see how perfectly clean and business-like the place is conducted. He keeps a large and excel lent line of meats, game, etc., at all times, which are sold at current rates. The cutters in the market are first-class and cut and prepare roasts, steaks, | etc., in an artistic manner. The shop is i supplied with all improved applances for j the successful making of all kinds of sau sages, head cheese and preparations of that nature. The very choicest meats prepared in the best possible manner, can at all times be had at the market of Henry Nickel. W. Pinkliam—Auctioneer an<l Second Hand Goods. Mr. Pinkham is one of the old-timers in this camp who, by strict attention to bus iness and the utmost honesty in his busi ness, lias risen to prominence in the com mercial world. His store on West Bark street is literally packed full of all kinds of new and second-hand goods, including I stoves, beds and bedding, and house fur nishing goods of every conceivable kind, all j outfitting goods in great variety. If you I have anything to sell, or want to buy any ! thing, call at Mr. Pinkham's store, and lie I will make it an object for you either way. j He has the largest stock of any establish ment of the kind in the city. He will offici j ate at auction sales at any time or place. Auction sales held regularly at his store. | i j Carl Kleinsclimtdt & Co., Daly Street, Walkervllle. The above firm, consisting of Carl Klein schmidt, the resident partner and general business managerof theconcern. andAlbert Kleinschmidt, esq., of Helena, are largely interested in mining property and are wholesale and retail dealers in general mer chandise, which includes staple and fancy groceries, provisions, produce and vegeta bles, flour of standard brands, oils, canned meats and fruits, boots and shoes, clothing and general furnishing goods, tobacco and cigars and general assortment of smokers' articles, and innumerable other articles, in fact almost every thing one can desire to purchase and especially in the line of table supplies and clothing for the person. Their store on Daly street, in Walke rville, is one of the principal ones of that village and the most important in their line of business. These gentlemen have had plenty of experience, possess rare business sa gacity and are admirably equipped to carry on a large and successful business. Their facilities for buying goods are excellent as well as the arrangement of their store, which contains every essential to safe stor age and perfect preservation of stock. In each of the various lines of merchandise handled by them, they have a full, fresh and complete assortment of the very best that can, be obtained, which will besold at living prices They make a specialty of choice family groceries and supplies and keep nothing but the freshest and purest of every variety. Their business under the liberal and strictly fair management of the senior member lias constantly increased until they have a patronage that they may justly be proud cif aud which redounds to the benefit of the patron also. The leading real estate dealers, mining brokers and financial agents of Montana are Messrs. Mantle and Warren, No. 8 West Broadway, Butte, Montana. They have entrusted to them for sale city and town property, farming lands, stock ranches, mines and other investments, in viting alike to capitalists and those who desire to secure property as an investment of their earnings. They are enterprising and honorable men, enjoying the full confi dence of the people of Montana. As is plainly shown by the fact of the immense interests entrusted to their care. Parties seeking investment would do well to consult them. J. K. Rickards, Dealer in Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Etc., Corner Broadway and Academy Streets. Mr. Rickards is engaged at the above named place, in the business of selling wall paper, artist's materials, paints, oils, glass, brushes, lubricating oils, candles, varnish and soaps. Mr. Rickards makes a specialty of dealing • in the above-named articles and does the bulk of the business in his line in the city, as he is the only merchant in this special business in the city. Every one recognizes the advantage a dealer has in any special business over those who endeavor to keep in stock arti cles belonging to different branches of trade. By devoting his entire time to his special business, he is enabled to keep posted on the changes in value of the articles he deals iu, and in buying in large lots secures bar gains, which he shares with his customers. This Mr. Rickards invariably does, and i has built up a large and prosperous busi I ness in his line. Paper hangers, painters, artists and oth eré in want of anything in Mr. Rickards' special line will do well to visit his place of business and satisfy themselves that their interests would be consulted by buying their supplies at his store.