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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27. i**-
Accordionpleated skirts are still in hi*n^SjMk
Stripesand plaids are certainly a marked^feature of the new woolen, and silk and^^ehret fabrics.
Loversof gay .bright dresses hare plenty^of novelties of a striking kind wherewith^to gratify their tastes this season.
Astylish Hungarian cloak, reaching^from neck to skirt-hem, is made of black^bengaline and lined with black and white^checked silk.
Varypretty are*, the new afternoon^dresses of grayish green, terra cotta and^peach-colored India cashmere, bordered^with gold and silver galloons.
Largehats with low crowns and pro^^jecting brims, snort at the back, and very^similar to those won. during the summer,^are imported in felt and in velvet.
Youthfullooking directoiae gowns show^the waists cut off short at the back, and^equal in length from hip to hip, and not^pointed behind as usual.
Avery lovely tint of English rose ap^^pear among the new evening colors. It is^a fascinating sliadc of pink, even more^beautiful than the latest shade of vieux-
Tbepicturesque Venetian collar will be^worn both this and nest season on demi-^toilets and tea gowns, which term now^definitely includes a particular style of^dinner dress.
The^Russian rellgieuee beret^ is the^euphonious name of a new turban for^autumn wear, which is simply a turban or^beret with a low round crown, made va^^riously of felt, cloth, or velvet.
Green,especially of the moss linden ami^grey reseda shades, will still remain a fa^^vorite color for handsome visiting ^^tl^carriage costumes of cloth and velvet,^and there will be many combinations of^green with other colors, notably with^Suede, apricot, peach and copper red.
Althoughnovel and striking in many re^^spects, still the autumn tailor fabrics as a^whole will lend great variety and bril^^liancy to the whole season's costuming.^The bordered woolens are considered^first choice, but the choice is unlimited,^and those who prefer a different style of^goods have every opportunity to suit their^individual fancy.
Longredingote gowns, French polo^^naises, diroctoire coats and pleated skirts^are represented in the latest importations.^Wool dresses are either bordered, striped^or in plaids; and although a large portion^of the dresses received are made of one^sort of material alone, still there are also^combinations of wool stuffs of two kinds,^as a velvet striped skirt with plain cloth^redingote, or else two colors of a plain fab^^ric, as a golden chestnut redingote, or^coat with green skirt that is bordered with^golden chestnut stripes in handsoxue shad^^ings.
WITTY.WISE AND OTHERWISE.
^Woolis crawling up again,^ a* the^farmer said when he pulled down his^flannel shirt and tucked it in.^Danville^Breeze.
InquirerHow does your protracted^meeting prosper, parson^ Parson^Oh,^well. There's a great awakening at the^close of every sermon.^Omaha World
BriggsI suppose you took your roll in^the surf every clay while you were I^seashore T Braggs^t ertainly not.^it at the hotel.^Terre Haute Kjcpreeu,
Wealthyold gent^What! marry my^daughter! You are being supported by^your father. Suitor^Yes, sir, but ill,
fatheris tired of supporting me, and I^thought I'd better get into another family.^^Sew York Weekly.
Howdoes it happen that the baron's^affairs grow all the time worse^ Don t^his people look after the advantage of^their lord ^^ ^Yes, of course, but when^they have found it they put it in their own^pockets.^^Flieaende Blaetter.
Sunday-schoolvisitor^Now, if any lit^^tle boy wants to ask me a question I will^be glad to tell him all I know. Ah! what^is it, little boy ^ Little boy^Say, does a^straight flush heat fours when there am t^any agreement before the deal^^Terre^Haute Kjrprrs*.
Thebottom of a well near Rome, Geor^^gia, fell out, ^dropping the workmen.^^we are told, ^in a cave several miles in^length, with chambers of various sizes.^This story completely demolishes the^axiom that ^truth lies at the bottom of a^well.^^Sorriatown Herald.
Visitor(from the west)^I am surprised,^my dear, to find that you do not move in^society here. Gotham (sadly)^I can't^get in. When I was abroad I wasted my^time among art galleries and old ruins in^stead of staying in London and nicking^up English slang.^Sew York Weekly.
Lossoff Life la War.^According to a computation Just issued^by an eminent statistician, the cost in hu^man life of the wars of the last thirty-four^years has been 2,268,0110 souls. The Critic^can war cost 760,000 men; the Italian war^(1^5!^) 46,000; the Danish war (lWi4) 3,000.^the American civil war^the northern^states 2MO.O00, the southern states 620,000.^the Austrtf Prussian war 46,000; the Franco^German war- France 156,000, (icnimny^tiO.OOO; the Turco-Russinn war 250,000; the^South African wurs HO.OOO; the Afghun^war26,00O; the Mexican and Coehin-Cliiiia^agpsdMoW 65.O0O, and the Bulguro-Serv-^ian insurrection 26,000. This list docs not^include mortality from sickness.
AerialNavigation.^Aerial navigation lias reached this sur^^prising stage of progress: At the late Pa-^- risinu ^congress^ on the use of balloons^and carrier pigeons in time of war it was^resolved that ^aeronauts in time of war^should be treated as belligerents if they^were soldiers, but as spies if they were^really spies.^ M. Janssens of the Acad^^emy of Sciences expressed his belief that^in the next century the problem of aerial^navigation would he solved.
SugarOranulated, per MS, ^c^ light brown,^f^-00; pnlverued H * A, Mew York, ^!^.^); last.
13.IO, maple f *^^Coffee^Market^Costa Ki.a.
strong;green Ho.^imsae; Java Mandahll^r; roasted Bio sad^I'arhaio, xte; ros^Java. SsAMr: Arlmcklca, aae.
Teas-Japan.3A^A0r; English^^ 1.00; (iunpowder, 45c4fc^1.00, e
Mocha.3704ftr; roasted Rio and Costa Klca, X*S^^He; roasted farbaio, see; roasted Mocha sad
breakfast,- extra Young Hy
Pirsles Per keg. Is, 91.35^10s, ^XMaVt.'a.^Timothy seed^Per cwt.^Potatoes California. ^r.^Cabbage^ Per cwt, S3.^Eggs, per ease, wVflaoe.w.^Butter, per l^, 3fls^*9c.^Cheese, per ^, 90S3BC.
Fruits--Driedapples, net Mr. packages. TV^^^^!.^^, ditto sliced, OS-a boxes, 14e per ft;peaches.^Halt Lake, isr: apricots. We; evaporated ditto,^^ttr ; blackberries, 10c; raspberries, ate.
Californiafruits, gA.ooOo.flO per case.
3-t Standard tomatoes. ^S.BO,
t-1^ Standard corn, ^3.00.
2-t Standard peas, gs.flO; seconds, ^J.7.V
-^-^^string and Ulna beans, ^-,.7.l.
DriedMeans Navy, as.ou per 100 ft; Ulna,^^^.^^^: Bayos. eti.-.w
Wheat.No. I. |ier 100 ft, $'J.OO.
Corn,cracked, |**r loo ^, SI.7S.
Bran,per 100 ft, Vl.au, bran and short* per 100
Flour-IVr too ft, Fillshury's best, t4; Ogden,^S3.fiu: Strague ^Daisy.^ ^3.00.^Corn meal, per ion ^^, ^-J.flO.^^ tat meal, |^er loo ft, S4.S0.
lardl^c._ . .
FreshMeats^Pork 15c; beef 86tJOc. lamb,^quarters, ^ScSil.OD: mutton 7St 15c.
SaltMeats- Ham 10@'J0c; bacon 18c; corned^beef lOc: pork 15c; sausage 1'.^t(itl5c.
CoalPer ton, hard ^!^, soft ^o.ao.
WoodPer eord S4.5U.
HayPer ton ^ Jn.oo.
StrawIVr ton ^12.00.
thus Per cwt. S-'.oo.
TRAINSARRIVE.^10:tO A. M.^From the South, East and West -^Leaves Hutte at ^::^^ A. M., connccta at Silver^Bow 9:44 A. M. with the Utah A Northern^Bailway.
11i3S A. M.- From the North and East^leaves^('.unison 10:16, Deer 1-odge 10:3s, Warm^Springs 11 KM. Connects at tiarrisou with the^Northern Pactfle from Helena, Missoula and^the Bitter Boot Hallway.^SitO P. M.^ From the South- Direct from^Hutte 4:30, Silver Bow 4:44, (i region 5:01. No^change at Stuart,^g tSSP. M.^From the North. East, South and^West^Butte 7:30, Silver Bow 7:44, (irecson^^ ^ Harrison 6:-jo, Deer l-odge 6:47, Warm^jnga 7 .'JO. connect a at Garrison with^'orthern Pacific from San Francisco, Port^^land, Taconia, Seattle, Phillipsburg, Missoula,^Helena, St. Paul and Eastern Statea.
THAIMS bRI'AHT.^g A. M.^For South and North -Arrives at^Oregson at 8:32, Silver Bow tijmv, Butte *:!^,^Warm Springs 9 on, Deer l-odge 9:32, (larriaon^10:00. Connects at Harrison with Northern^Pacific for Helena, Drummond, Missoula,^Phillipsburg, and all points on the Bitter Boot^Bailway.
IOiSOA. M.^For the South^Change cars at^Stuart for tiregaon 11:31, Silver Bow 11:43 and^Butte 13 At.
SilOP. M.^For North and Routh-Arrives at^(Iregaon 3:33, Silver Bow 3:47, Butte 4:00,^Warm Springs 3:A3, Deer bodge 4:1R and Car^rlson at 4:40 1*. M. Connects at (larriaon with^the Northern Pacific East to St. Paul and^Eastern states, and West to Tacorns, Portland^and Han Francisco.
ilo P. M.^For the South^Arrives at Crcgsnn^at 6:32, Silver Bow 6:46, Butte at 7 *^ P. M^Connects at Silver Bow with I'tab ft Northern^for Denver, Kansas City, Omaha and the^Eastern Stales, and for the West to Portland^and San Francisco.
Buyand sell Domestic and Foreign Exchange^and transact a general banking business.^Collectiona promptly attended to. Ex^^change drawn on London, Edinburg,^Olaagow. Dublin, Belfast, Paris,^Hamburg, Berlin and all the^leading cities of Europe.
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Merchants'National Bank, Helena,^Clark A 1-arable, Deer Lodge.^First National Bank, Omaha,
UtahNational Bank, Ogden,
Wells.Fargo A Co., Sau Francisco,
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GOEAST and WEST VIA
NorthernPacific R. R.
jKeDining Car Route And^Short Line to all
ALLTHHOI'OH THAINS are Equipped with^Pullman and Dining Cars each way,^Eaat and West.
ThroughPullman Car from Butte
TheFastest Time to and from Chicago, Canada^^ Eastern Points.
ColonistSleeping Cars in charge of Train Porters^for accommodation of Second Class^Montana Pasaeugers Free^of Charge.
ForAnaconda, Deer l^odgc, Harrison,
Helena,Philipaburg and Missoula . . ft.00 a. m
ForAnacondaP.au a. in., 4..^) and T.JO p. m.
ForAnaconda, Deer l,odge, Harrison^and all through iiointa Fust to St.^Paul, St. 1-ouls and Chicago; also to^points West, viz: Missoula, Spokane^Falls, Tacoma, Portland and San^Francisco3.00 p. to
ForStuart, Deer Lodge and (iariison^(.Freight trains)tt.25 a. m. and 1.00 p. m
LettersIn the I'nlted Kingdom.^Fifteen hundred and fifty-eight million^letters, or 41 per head of population, were^delivered in the United Kingdom during^the year which ended the 81st of last^March. Besides that there were 800.000,-^O00 postal cards, newspapers and parcels.^She telegraph service showed a deficit of
TheTan Shoe.^The tan shoe may have a permanent^future after all. One of the results of the^recent maneuvers of the British fleet has^been the suggestion that the marines^should wear tan or brown shoes hence^^forth instead of black ones, and brown^gloves instead of white.
Aa Astronomical Bequest.^An English lady has left $60,000 to be de^^voted to the photographing of the stars,^planets and nebula^.
Cigarette'sCrime.^From the Chicago Times.
Overtwo billion cigarettes were smoked^in this country last year. Autl j et people^wonder at crime.
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