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+. SATURDAY, NOVEM BER 2, i889
On that Day ONLY We Will ()Offer Our Entire Stock of
BOYS' "- CHILDREN'S CLOTHIN
- S . o CThJ L COST ° °
REMEMBER! This Sale is for Saturday Only. REMEMBE
M. S. 7SCH H E BIM A n.corda, Mont.
TOWN TOPICS IN BUTTE.
tr. deaes Treee to fefs a eft m lef p fUar the
Wirse.. .bet brnat ..seei..
r mat tse utand rd.
Dtii, Oect. in.-Jamee Jones stole a
aeg at .qrrp last evenig nla Main street,
in plain ilght of a aumber et parn.rs btr.
iHe was quickly asbbed by the polioe. His
inteatso was eo antly to get sen
tsaed to the p tedntiary for the cold
ameasn that l Newkirk Sweed him by
eeemsnelg him to a tenm on bread and
Iatr.w Dudf, arresed fr vagane last
Sigit i to he easnsllaed f lumanitl. He
shows marked sp'u.pto'm" o needing a
earm in tles.
John ri e was arrested last night
for steall p .i of robes from a hack at
bSe Monas a Central depot. He apawned
them for "S.
SNew teleraph poles are being qarted
n Main street. would seent to be a
good for the council to ask that the
and telephone wires he put
nmru eThe main streets are
be d ay unsrightly tl the forest of
The builahags now ins course of erection
In this eity are being pushed forward as
raipdly as possible Is anticipation of the
avent of od and stormy weather. The
O'Rourke building, on corner Main and
reo It will he a
bulk.n and will Rreatly add to that part
_f the ty. -
Tbs Moulton comla a0pped htuiou
Iast night valued at
A. K. Prescott, the marble dealer of Hel
eam~bopened a branch establishment
The sale of seat for Herrmann's en
f - t sthe opera bous on the 4th,
I d .nd h opens to-morrow. Plan at Cal
Ins' book store.
J. 8. Keel. secretary of the Montana
Society of Civil Engineers is in town.
Tuas STANIAmD had the only correct e
plorat ed this morulng of the Ste
ber tral. Tea STANDAru is greatly
commended in this city for its enter.rm.
Notwithstanding that the trial of the
eberl and Smitsher began at 10 o'clock
at the police court morning the
lnter otesdm published at 6 o'clock last
mlfht. did not contair a mingle wore of the
evioe adduced, and in fact did not
even intimate that the trial had been teld.
Asa matter of fact Tam BTANDA RU was
the only paper which had a repoter pr.
.ntI duriu the greater part of the trial and
.as acon uence_ it was the only paper
that 'conud a caroeet report of the pro
Mrs. Martin will petition for a writ of
haheas corpus for thie possession of her
child which her husbmna kidnapped.
J. J. Smith this afternoon fell into a -it
in eaio court, Just as hbe was arranged on
aea of vaai. 1k fell to the loor
and became bIk in the face. No sooner
bad Ie recovered than be was selard with
another ft. He will be exanined in the
probate court in the morning as to his
MASONS AT GREAT FALLS.
James MIeslty. .t Ameelea. Ch.ses 0.
. D---Oher Oleso Elected.
speda to the Itandard.
GasuT FALz., Oct. 81.-This was an
other notable day in the Malsoic Grand
Lodge. Grand Orator Charles H Gouldof
Mile City, delivered an able oration on
Masonry. In wbhich he said: PFather
Time has wrought great changes during
abe quarter-~enatur of Masonic life in
this Jurtdlction. and while his remorse
leas aners have furrowed our hebeks and
sllvered our hair, and sometimes, ala,
draped our lodge rooms with
Insignia of mnourning, yet., b
has increased ear memberhhip
by a gelnerous influ of young and akeluas
brethren, added largely t the wealth and
roy tof the territory, so dear to the
of all tree Meaemlians, and no In
creased our failities of travel that a
t.h b addltihaal work buhs mraesul
fall.e upon tie bhounMr of the grand
lodge, yet withal we ecn alnd a little manee
tlesure for fraternal chat, and for disrus
eo. of topices ongen.al to our labors."
The eletbain at lsars for the ensauaing
year resulted as allows: Jobhn Andersoran
of Missoula, G. M.; W. T. Boandman
of Butte D. G. M.; R. 0. Hlcknman
Virglnia Cit . S. G. W.; Moses Morris
of Helehu J. G. W; M. Parher of ielena.
G.T.; Cornelius Hedges of Helesna. G. ;.1
Jaunes McNulty of Aunacsnda. G. 4. D.; D.
F. Pridlys, G. J. D.; Phil LovelL G. 8. 18.
J. Norlan. G. J. .; . W. C. Fowler,. rand
chaplain ; . . Middleto ,nd orator;
8. Allebaugh, graed tandard beauer;
James Duncea, rand sword beaver; I. 1).
Baker, ratnd tyl r. These omiers were
installed to-night in the presence of a
~ assemblag which included muany
The installation was followed _ a
errand ht~bases and ball at the Park ol.
Ther are in thaLs grd lodge Dase iUr
Kaigls as well as secon d . Mason,
and some nmnmhers of the ysti, Shrine,
iucluding Messsr. Green, V ok Pasrceh,
Carrier and Besker.
To-morrow the Masons with the ladies
and many leading citisens of Gieet Falls
will view the suburban scenery and leave
for home by the Helena train at 11: 9. ms.
Comtes Plied at Sles City..
Special to the Itandard.
MiJs.as Crrv. Oct. 31.--T. H. Irvin, the
present shaeriff of this ounty. and the d
esteld candldate upon the demuestrl-'
ticket for the smane ofice. to-day fled
notice of contest of election aainst . ..
Jones. the republican candklate. The
ground of the contest is the alleged alien
hilp of Jones, it heing claimed le was
born in Canada and bas never been natu
George Rhode. one of the democratic
candkldates for county coMsmissioner, whoi
was also defeated, filed a like notice of
contest against J. B. McKay and W. S.
Surll. republicans, who were elected, on
the msane griends. Under the law thin cases
must he heard w'thin flfteenl days.
A muan na,,1 Cortnett was arrested
bher to-day charged with assault simm. a
woman in a saloon.
Am Item et lter.et.
N-othilng is o pleasant to the eyer ai a
well dressed huly. It will be of interest
to our lady mseader to look over D. J. He,,
nessy Merr.antile Co.'s ad. of t-wlay. rrfmr
ring tLIee to tlhat class of good, anId trim
ming stock. Their linmeof these Inds luas
been carefully selected, and it will pay
every lady In Anaconda to inspect thesn.
A situation in rrocery ior fruit store., b"
m.arried manm. Has Ave years' experkunce
and can write and speak Prenc-h n.d
English languages. Address P. u. bhoa b'.
Brussels carpet 5M art Dat.. a ConnelU's.
Money to loan onm improved tarns and
city propery. See advertiement North
western Guanty Loa Co.
ra tes (oannel's Lam ladies' cloak is
To whom It mayr concern: I hereby
* not tsh IthaI not billsU
The moth ctsoplete ine e dams trieU -
aimsein the city Is at !!ets & Conmsel's.
BRENNAN THE WINNER.
Tb. SuN. Psgtnas te. .the .rght ...
reI lbs P.autle Jouarmal.
TACOMAA, (kt. S -Thilu eorning about
So'eclock roups of neen eould hbe ese
standing on and arcund the arner a
Ninth sirnet and Pacifie avenue. Inquiry
developed the a that they were dostly
sports waiting for a special train to be an
osunted that would take them to the bat
tIe gmound of the mnch talked t iresanan
K.os4er prise Itght. Shortly after 2 o'clock
the train was la waiting hek of tthe Ta
coma hotel and all quietly proceeded
thesnee. The trala putllld ot at :W) and
after running two bourn stopped at Ten
Ino, a small station on the Portland
branch. The crowd was very orderly and
een.med very peaeable. paiming the ti--r
froIm the arrival until daylight with venml
nl.cences o other hattles In the square.
and ginging songs.
The rlng was pitched In a very pretty
plce for a fllght the grunead being quite
ler.l asnd the turf fnrl. At 7:M that cotl
testanlts G(eorge Kesuler, of Butte. anad
Mike Hretnanu, the Port (.osta giant, en
to..i tl. ring. Kessler was seconded by
Siarrington Hand bLacker Dohye.
Tons lvar" and ]./ohn dolng ike
e for Brennan. Both menl were in good
cnndlt1loe, , Keemle heing co.kdesrably
heavier thn his oppuseo t but Brennan
lhavial the advantagoe a • kut r
reacb andl asur lo. r om J.f
ferson, the olore pugilrst, wasr chosen
referee, John Thoaneumsn aud )elv.e leo
holdlurg tt Watch. The tight war rov
**rn. . ]Y Mayrul of Queasnrhelry r .
which were fully mo4 forth bi the referee
btekrw time was c-hled.
First rountd--After s3afrrIur f. r an
openigl. Ken..e led off for Bes.natm's
rs. was sto.elBDemnasn i eeaunteriIsa
on Keanler' hel ollowia it with a sherp
blow an the ribs. Kenssler clinched and
dki not, upon the refere. so a rdering.
rtefere told the men tlhat upon bei.g or.
dered to break away they must do wo.
otharwise the flght would he called a draw
and lteitle~ r m1anes would receive a ce.n.
tecosad round--Brenman lanked on
Kesler's nose, drawlngl Sist bloo. . which
wan allowed, folwllowing uap Inmanditat.ly
with ae on Keassler's wind, and ttatinag
tie firnt kuurk down. Brtnnulln s.-cone.d
to Inse his head at this polnt, faaling to
follow tap his alrvarmntag. for hlnl he olltone
Os heL would have won the fight witlhw.a
further work. Kessler wn sonwwlhat
:laml l uapon gaining Iis Ifeet sttul keit well
nUit )f lrr* nlUan'sl way.
Thli ro und--Brennan foretd tie ftlrht
ilug. drivingr bhi. olp.flment relnol t is. rint,.
wi.. to avoid punishlamnt adt nhZr-.ail lain
wiuý. cUllacht. again atlil after re)-.a.ted
teff.rt s oi tlw I.art of &tIA retrt.. woulld
tw eak away.
Fourth and fifth rounds TI.se we-re
like the prel.ding one, Kender galyriing
WSith round-Kes..lnr fut in to, lIrvia
nan's ani.utl twie., douag a.sidth.raSlet
tlauaige to that organ. lint etrvivetl isn r5
turI a acnuape of stIr one the ribs. This
was the hest round aoul.t, as th-ere. Wa,
no. elinclhing. Breltlnnal a ser.aul claimed
a fouL his manr being spiked. It was not
allowed. Frea this time only poor work
was dowe untal thbe tenth round, whenU
Krmier masil several lsads landing on
Brennan's mouth snd rih. Tib men
clinched, when Krunler refused to breek
and ihunted bis oppoanat in the Ie. A
claim of foul was allowed and Brennan
wa* declasred to be the wianer.
Thereat a bowl of lon was sent
up and it lkcked er a i s if there
wouki be. free-fe.aLU but better
judge. t t prewaillag, muniam were quiet
ed, the crowd at easc. seektas rare and
rlrrawaiting the aparturv. for the
ciy. While the fight was. not saatlrfaatawy
to nauny iwhegut m amn ehibition of man
8 art.i warfair. ho otac expre..eaI the
pinkimn that it was is any wa a fake.
rsenMai vterr* ivl at aurw of fM) trons
the nsaanageah.et. whil Keueir'. trionsium
nasal a wguwe far him. fwling that al
though diea.Iml the kur he woukl have
gronihd thelgt Iastal two mtore rvsanaIa.
Ht. 'ouW have- knoked his mau out, as
he war In the heat condition.
J. B. Hammn registercd at the Mouutana
3. M. Trunk. of Butte. s'ent y..e.vday
W. E. Butler. oif Butt' was la the c(ity
(jIrsH M. Sa"ret andIs J. H. Muaalliganu. o
Rne'Iw.'4e. N., V. are anaa g ye!sterlue'w
Tim clcehnateel Htnlrtuoyd uadurwuir at
P te & (cuum,.*Irs.
The latest fall und wintr shape.. In the
e'.lWuratud Christy hate, at Estee & (aorn
Dinaak lt.eulsmaaa ant lHuftrw.aa 1nwr at
Jack I narbshl,,us tine. omly place In the
city to at It.
The Manhattana dress shirt wan rue'.vee
yesterday at Eto d (':nwusaU's.
farg irnvoke ofan the finest fanrunlulalrs
fur i."nts.just raurtive at Este.. & Coe
Purely a UMetts .ft aaatlmneat.
"May I asee. pem alorne fo a fow airnntes,
Mr. Alkaah r7
"(ertahnly. Mr. Harlup. Is it on a mat
tero huofmasu ?e '
"No). sir. Marrey a nmatter m senttInent.
I widsh to ask fewr the iuagl of your dlaugh.
For LAre wea I urneilk undelrrwear faIrg tus
Si) to Estes & 4 emnitelrs.
TOLD N A LiNE
('.n .I'letc' line' ""f cuulran.lg.. at Anaeun
cla II.anlwarn· ('c.'».
Guuts.. fur nlumt at Auwaawnda Hardwa..
1-t."'. & (otasierll h~ave trj.eeul vl tiwir ,sew
f11 t..t'k of .-La .thin.
H.idwar. ( .,'a.
(... to I). J. Fl. ,.'....-y M(n istil. ('o. f.,r
Wllr.,. : allo dlIu t..1a r"..
F"r 'style. g.,odl g.-'I's :.n'1 a j...rf.'st alt,
jro t.. F~ . 4 c,,aa":'l' f'.r 3,.t.r .'l.tlaimag.
.":.ta L" 1'u.'a e1 ,thi Ay ii.,. Iil ",.l Iiue l
tale. city. .,rnss.. tb.. l~.".t. s
1." ruldee ,.tla' ig t AuaL.'.rneLb klar~lwarr
%."w undl.'rw.'znr. ov..r . irta. narek wear.
is~t- inat .w p... lsx.t,. "I'd .h.,i...., utl Lte'
G.,ans andet ritl:si at Atsar'oneIl. Hartiware'
(:.. gas I). J. heItIE"eusju. Mi'm'sasmtile
for IadtlI.a' anlld hielrs's unsdtrw.&.ar.
Easte i Coismsehl are stiarkitsa th&'ir new
.t.tsak ofci alsdaig anad fusrssahsisg godad at
surlee'e tha will phase all who waist firus
If you wart a geot suit of uuilcrwtwtrt or
Iany ge ata bruiiaissjp. at t I). J. Hits.
I '%ey le wme astiLe. (o., .rurne'r Jak and
If you want a uit of eot be. trctd to
onl rtkr can a Ra I re & Connerll. Tlrr have.
oveuar WaD npk. to ek'.'t frisu, and guar
autavt a peu'fet at.
From this day and date henceforth
there will appear each week in this
column something new and to
your intersts in the way of Cloth
ing. Hoots and Shoes. Hats and
Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Al
ways look out for Special Sales.
as from time to time we are bound
to have them.
ESTES P CONNELL
Guarantee to save you from to to
5 pier cent. on their new line of
Clothing if you will buy from
them. as they have bought at
prices which cannot be reached
by competition. owing to the fact
that they buy in larger quantities
and carry a largar and better se
lected stock thant any other store
in Anaconda. They have the new
est and latest styles and designs
of Cloths direct from New York
Consistin uof Imported and D)o
mestic Manufacture. A PI'R
FICT 1:IT1 IS GUhARANTEED
or no sale. Now is the time to
buy your Clothing. as the stock is
new and not broken. Call this
week and examine our goods and
prices is all we ask.
W\e have recently cscured the
sole agncLy for
Stacy & Adams' Fine Dress Shoes
In men's wear. and as this shoc
has a world-wide reputation for
style, finish and durability, and
being the Iest Shoe for the L.east
Money it will pay you to look
over our shoc stock.
A splendid dress shoc can be
o,,ught for $3.o. W\\ are aluo
sellinig a *,hoe for 52.75 that we
guarantee you can not buy else
were Ifor less than $3.;o. Our
$3.;o shce is a rattler, and we will
also save you $S.oo a pair a
them. Right & Richard's Shoes.
which always sell for $5.oo every
Iwhere, and are hand-sewed, we
will do them up for $4.oo a pair.
We have a good line of nailed and
unnailed shoes for heavy work.
and the prices are right for you.
The boys are always pleased to
show goods and prices, and they
are certdin at the prices you will
get that you are bound to buy.
Inspcction of our stock is cordial
J. C. KEPPLER *:
DI7MO N DS.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. Op
tical Goods, Sllverwars, bo.
BIELENBERG & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Mutton and Pork,
C RM . ET.C,
Anaconda. - - . . .
VAIN DKALeIeU IRASONAU. Wtl t
J. P. DUNN.
Produce of all Kinds.
teiwr Wr. AYACOJDA. a.0t.
E mD . lh
THE ARCADE SALOON
C wr tnwom a" i t ane.
The linest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Cigars
Two soe i me stim ..Me m m
An Elegant Free Lunch
smved bhb aw am =.a