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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5. '^^-
ITWAS A BUSY DAY TRAVELER'SGUIDE. MMMABR1VK. OiOSA. m.^From l:ut e^Leaves HiitU^ at ^flO A.m., Silver Hon - lit A. M , MuriI ^:4!S A. M.^ISiSo r. M.-Froui Untie ami (Inrnson- UavesUnite II M A. M., Kllrer How 11 M A. M..Stuarti. oi I'. M. c^ ,^f [, at sunn wltu lr..n wiitc'li lea tea Caiiikou at 10 jo a. M., lie.i l.od.e li iM A. M.^COO I . m.^From lstitte^I-eave^ IlutteSitoP. M..HUvcr HowItM 1'. M^ stun 1^. It^IOiSO p. M -M MM Mini Harrison LeavesBiute u il.'i p. in., H'.uart fii.w 1^ m. l.en\iSlarr:son ^:!.'^ n, m., licer Lodge U:tA li.in. thaix*HNM^SiIO A. M.^For ^..irilw.n swart SitoA. M., DiorLod^e!) ..i a. m.. ^...,!^i a*. 1^ '^i a. m. BiSOA. M.-Kor lailtr-Muari in DM a. M.. nii\erHow at it, oj ,\. M arriving at HnUe Hi-u A. M. SiSOI^. M.-Kor liutt^ ami Harrison^I eave^Kluart at .litis P. M . arrives in Hultu at 3 ^o P.^M.. i.aumi nt t-.-M P. M. ^:50P. M ^For Hii,te -l-eave Htuart at7:0ft P.^M . arriving in Unite at 7 M P. V. NOTICE. CommentingFriday morniir;, April n, the^Heclile Hallway will eli.uno the running' Unas ^f^liscaiH.to lo.w thi' standard earner and tar-^i lie tunc tati as now THEWcATHtK. Thedally roronl of tlio thermometer In^(bis city ia reiiorUd by A. T. Playter, ^lni(r*^gist, corner Mam uiul First streets. 'I lie^record lor yt Mert.uy w an: 7 a. tn.^ 15 sM^prtes nliove; 12 m., 42 degrees above; 4^p. in., til degrees above; b p. m., ;:'.^ de*^frees alxivo. ABOUT THE CITY. R.M. Greir^ ia rallliiigofT a Hue bamboo^tmut llsliing r^il. Theailvanco t-alo of ticketa for the.^4'i^ca King ' i^ ^|iitto heavy. H.R. Hrown left yesterday for Granite^ami Jl'liilipsburg, wliere he will remain^never.i! days on a lnmiiiosH trip. airs.Medinlev anil Gracioancl Florence^Me'iniloy. of Untie, are in the city viail^inn Mr. and Mrs. Harney McGlnlcy. (Quarterlymeeting service* will be held^at tlio Mothodiat Episcopal church today^l'r^ ^ ding I.;.lei Snyder of Helena oflki- ating. Thepuli'ie schools are at present in a^crowdtil condition. Bach teacher liua u^full room and scarcely a vacant seat can^be found iu any of the grades. ThomasKuwait,'a prominent contractor^of It'itte, and his two nieces, Josio and^Katie Murphy, came over last evening^and are visiting fneinN in this city. Undertho directum of Mrs. Wilton, a^rebenrsnl of ^Little Lord Kauutleroy^^was held last evening. The play will lie Iirrsentiil in this city about April 20 by^ocal talent. ThoStruggle Was Lively From Start^to Finish.but the Count Shows^Big Majorities for the^Winners. Therewere plenty of people hereabouts^who wanted to take a hand III yesterday's^annual school election. It maa a favor^^able occasion for a good turn-out^a little^too muddy in the highways for comfort,^but overhead it waa a genuine, old-^fashion, ailk-slockiiis; day. Promptly at^In o'clock the polls were opened and that^hour found a largo number of |h^ople as^^sembled at the main door of the Central^school building, where the election waa^announced to be held. Fromthe hour when tho polls were^opened until the moment when they were^declared closed, voters from every quar^^ter of the district moved in unbroken pro^^cession up Main street. It happens to bu^iulo times for a good many men in^town just now, owing to the largo^reduction of working forces at the^smelter. Huvittg nothing bolter to^entertainthem, these men gatheredin knots along Main street^waicluu^ the progress of the election with^more or less interest and speculating on^its probable outcome. Carriages were in^leiuund all day. They wont (lying about^town in quest of laggard voters. Several^of them were private turnouts with Indies^ut Mm reins^they were as alert as the^most experienced poll-driver in hurrying^their aislera to the voting precinc t. Several^tmuilrtd women took part in yesterday's^contest. Theday passed without special interest,^the rival ticketa being earnestly supported^up to the very last moment. The pod ia^tho largest ever recorded in thia city. Tho^sentiment back of each ticket has been^fully explained by the STAMDABD, the re^^sult Is the triumphant election of the^ticket which it advocated. At3 o'clock this morning the Judges^were still engaged in counting, and it^looked as if they would not ho through be^^fore daylight. The candidates on the^^long^ ticket will have between In and^5tA) majority each. They aro for the three^year U rm Otto Sialiiiaun, 1). F. Hullalian^and 1 i vin M. Koikefeller; for two years^Daniel Dwyci; for one year Joseph^Pctera. PUTSUP SIOO. Thegrip.while not at present epidemic,^has not disappeared entirely and a fe^cases are being reported. At St. Anil's^hospital there are about .'In patients at^present, no serious cases being reported St.Mark's Episcopal church, Upper^Main street^First Sunday after Faster.^Morning prayer, litany and sermon at 11^o'clock. Evening prayer and lecture at^7:311. Sunday school nt2:l!0. Subject of^morning sermon, ^How Can Theae^Things HeT ANXIOUSTO MEET HELENA. AuucoudttSports Would Like to Arrange^a Cocking Main.^For some time negotiations havo been^pending between Ilelenu and Anaconda^aports for a cocking main. It was thought^at one time that arrangements had been^completed for a main to consist of six^fights, for $1UU a fight. Word waa sent^to Jack Burke of this city to telegraph^the weight of his chickens. After^this, tho matter was dropped and nothing^more was henrd trom Helena. It is^thought among the sports here that the^Helena chicken fanciers are afraid to^come forward. The naming of the plac^of battle will be conceded to the Helena^people aud tho boys trom here are quite^willing to go to Helena with their^chickens if a main can ho arranged.^When it conn s to cock lighting tho Ami^t'ondu s|m^rts are right iu it and ready to^back their game cocks with loads of sUifT, K'-nil uf an Accident, I'llflic ^Meref ^ii MsstBNli Iam iciimmoil by fi li i di of l^r. II. II. dray^deceased, lo ileiiy the re|^,rt of mli iilal intent^ami to liutn^r stale that It is an m eepteii t.n^BSfM out liy'tlie verdict of the jur^ II,at his^d Kill was caused by an ovenlose . f laudanum or^tUsgsJ, or belli, tahrll by ttSMSBti TP. t'Hl.mi.EV. Hamilton,Mont., April l. liespoke Mats lilperleue;^.^From tin1 Yonkers siati small. SundaySchool Tcachci^Now, Johnnie,^tell me who look all the snap out of Sam^anil V JohnnieA home-made hair cut,ma'am^Notice. Noticeis hereby given that the derm,^crutie convention ha* IhtSffl changed from^the original date set, lo-wit. April *, it lit^Will be held on April 7 at 2 o'clock p. n FkaNKKi.NM.iiv,^Chairman of City Uuuvciatic Central Committee. Arcadesahxm Drinksand cigars. iwo for one. Letterheads, bill I ends, job printing o:^every description neatly done at the^Stanuakd ollice. TheSmith 1'rcrnier typewriter aut-^t-asse* every other machine in the market^king ^V Kennedy, ngenu. 1SSI tSSSj TheMatures and stock of a saloon on^First street, FinPatr.ck d Strickfaden, esterdaj'sHeavy Tote at tha Annual^School Election. EVERYVOTER TURNED OUT ATTHE THEATER. Theeaa Klag^ To-morrow Jfiget--Oiher^leaning Attractions. TheSea King.^^Kich'd Stahl'a new^opera comique,^which the Gilm ire^Opera company is^to produce ut Ev^^ans opera bouse to^^morrow night. It^Is said to M a par^^ticularly favorable^specimen of tho^work of a rapidly^rising native com^^poser. Comic op^^era HOW seems lo^be considered olio^of theInoai favorite forma of stage amuse^^ments, whether given in or out of the uv^^ular season, for if successful set in* to im^^able to attract large iiatronagv at any^time of the year.cveii when the thermom^^eter stands distressingly high, ^* ^^the past summer in New Ytvik city, when^at Palm-r'a ^The Sea King^ waa aUorde.1^a buamcas which could not bo exceede t^in the n gular season, as night after night^the audiences were only hunted by 111^^seuting capacity of the theater. 1 he high^endorsement which the press of Now York^gave ^The Sea King^ certainly bad much^to do with its large business. Tbe operu^will have the assistance of a carefully se^^lected Company which includes many well^known comic spSM fuvorites. It may no^added that the new piece is laid in Spam^in tne thirteenth century, and that the^subject deals in a sufficiently interesting^manner with one of the weird legends^peculiur to that country of mystery ^^d^romance. The designingof the costumes^were all arranged by C de liritum, w ho^has brought to his task ^h cided origins -^itv and capacity. The scenery by Homer^Emeus Mueder and Schei Ber, are repro^^ductions of three scenes painted from^sketches really taken in Spam for this^production, ami c oinprise* ^ I he Hums of^an Ancient Castle on the Spuinsh t oast,^^The Home cf the Sea King,^ and ^Hoyul^1'alace in Spain. NOMORE BACK ACHE \WTEA* M.lROUBinM /INVEST^ . II.A H'ACIIKUL, Wboleiaia aM It,tail,^Itutte t ity, Meniana. JLifOrtl^'li'. ^^*r^ JaL ' INDIGESTIONA.COWIPM ION'. II. A. !^ Ai III I I, WMSSSM and hiUil Unitet ity, laesSaSSji EVANS* OPERA-HOUSE ThmMlavlivenin^r, April gtk RICHARDS^ PRINCLE'S JackIlurka (liter, lo Hack His Dog^Blaek Joe Agalasl Any Other Dog. Greyhoundsaro plentiful throughout^the state, but there aro dog fanciers^in tbia city who think they have the cream^of rabbit chaaera. The sum of (100 waa^deposited with the Stamiarp laat^night for a sweepstake race to^take place within two weeks. The^proposition cornea from Jack Uurke and^is to the i licet that there b ^ a sweep^^stakes race, three doga to enter, for SltKJ^a side, the dog which kills the rabbit to^take the purse, the race to ccme IIanywhere in Deer Lodgo valley^and commencing at 10 o'clock in tho^morning to continue until a rabbit is^killed; the dog to win which kills the^jack. If necessary the race lo continue^ail of one, two or even three days until^a jack is killed. Here is a ehal.ee^for the IJutti^ and Deer Lodge sports to^come forward with their bounds. Tho^dog hacked by Mr. Hurko Is Ulnck Joe,^and aside from being very slow is quite^old, but money talks and SlOU says he will^be iu it if a aweopstuke race as above is^arranged. MR.BILLINGS DEFEATED. IWsultof the Itlcction of the Worklng-^uirn's 1'nton. Thesecond temi animal election of tho^Anaconda Workingmen'a union waa held^yesterday at Mattie Block hall. A total^of 282 voles waa caat. For president there^waa a spirited race between T. H. Tigger-^man and II. (). Hillings, the former win^^ning by a majority of 14. For treasurer^John Harcovicb ran a close heat with^Michuel Lyons, who waa elected by a ma^^jority of e. Thesearo the successful candidates:^President, T. H. Tiggerman: vice presi^^dent, John Harry; recording secretary, A.^W, Gray; liuaucial secretary, William^Kdwarus; treasurer, Michael Lyons; con^^ductor, Michael Ward; warden, John^Cooitun ; executive committee, Alex. Mc^^Donald.Henry Curtis and Muriin Coouau.^The ollicent were elected to serve six^mouths. FOOLINGTHE BAHB-R. hadTalo of a 'm ni Young Man Who^Knew It All. Hewaa a smart young man and he^thought he knew it all. I'mgoing to fool that barber,^ be^said to a friend aa they atarted for a shave.^^I'm in fur the whole program to-day^and I'm going to fool him. HowV^ queried the friend. How7 Just by forestalling him. When^I go in for a shave be says 'Hair rut 7' If^I lake that it's 'Little oil, air V and an on.^I'm going to fool him if It costs me fl.^U.^Watch me! ' Hesettled himself in the chair with^great deliberation. Then he said: 1want a si... ve and a hair cut. 1 also^want a shnui|^oo Yes,sir; ury or regular^^ broke in the^barlier. Hewas a trifle disconcerted, but he^didn't give up. Dry.^he aaid. **I don't care for any^oil on my hair, and I wiah it parted on^the left side. You may wax my inustui he^a little, but don't curl it saoSStasSl oat Has^cuds. 1 don't care for any sea foam, but^you may use u little bay dim. Afnryoii^aie through with me 1 will have a shine^and have my coat brushed off. 1 lieu I'll^tin the porter, liy the way, I want rny^hair cut short in the hack and brushed up^a little cut the sides. 'Yes,sir,^ said the accommodating bar-^Ur, betraying not tho bast surpr.se.^^Hive your hair singed, too.' It'll do it^goisl. Andthe smart young man looked pain^^fully embarrassed. Measuredby the Ie I'roniGissl News. YoungI. uly I want a pair nf shoes,^la-gc and comfortable. Two will do. NewHoy (glancing at her fo-it|^Mr.^Leather, the lady wants two shoes, large^and comfortable. Where's that box of SlXeS llailn'llliouiillt of That. Fromthe Chicago Tribune. TheatricalManager igasunily)^ ^I^can't see why the engagement was a fail^^ure. The divorce was granted all right^enough, and the pa|iers were tall of u...^cu-e.*' Ericnd^^1'erhaps the lady can't act. Thehomely but honest truths of life,^the felicities and infelicities of marriage,^and parental affection in the humblest^walks, have always been favorable sub^^jects for Duu'l Sully to express in his act^^ing. He claimed, and rightfully, that it^was in this field of dramatic work that an^actor was most ^in touch^ with his aud^^ience. All of his plays have In on planned^upon this idea, and it was iu this way^that be made his present reputation as a^comedian. There is a rich and mellow^unctiousiiess about this artist that render^him a universal favorite. In Ks new^play. ^Tbo Millionaire,^ iu which he aii-^pears at theOiMTa house next Wednesday^evening, lie bus, it is saiil found a most^congenial medium, ami one winch gives^him a splendid opportuuity to distinguish^himself. Ofthe Georgia Minstrels which nro to^appear at Evans opera house oil Thurs^^day evening, the Sacrametitu Bm says:^^A large audience greeted Richards A^l'ringle's Georgia Minstrels at the Cluun^opera houso lust night. The entertain^^ment was a very pleasing one. Hilly Ker-^suuds,wliose trade mark is his big inotith,^anil Will Eldriedgc, Edward and 1'Vatik^Mallory were the principal fun-makers,^who occupied both cutis of tho ^circle,^^and perpetrated old anil new gags, sang^comic ditties, anil kept the audience in^good humor. J. W. Watts, tbo tenor^singer, has a fine voice and was called^upon to repeat bis songs a number of^times. Another ciitertaiuing feature waa^the marching and baton exercises of sev^^eral drum majors. There are a number^of excellent dancers in the company. Arcadesaloon Drinksand cigars- Two for one. Itags\\ silled Attho Standard ollice. Good clean cot^^ton rags. Call ut the business ollice. Mr.Malnnt-y Will Kua. Tothe Voices o/yliuicont/u: 1desire to announce that 1 will bo an^inde|^ciiilc nt candidate for alderman of^the Third ward.1*. J. MAhONKf Anaconila.March IK). hlrayetlor stolen.^From Joseph Marshall's ranch on Lost^creek one sorrel gelding 8 years old^weight 1.1U0 pounds. In ami J S on h ft^shoulder, llnx mano and tall, three white^feet, sway backed. All charges will bo^pa d on the return of the horse or mi in-^lorination being received as to its where^^abouts. Joseph Marshall, Anaconda P,Oi Clothingand Furnishing Goods Department ESTESft GONNELL MERCANTILECO. Beforebuying examine the acclimated^rounding board of the Huston piano.^King A Kennedy, state ugeiits. I,,r ll^ul. Twohandsome ofllees in the Stanuaiiu building. evansopera house WEDNESDAY.Al'RlL S lAMttrs GEORGIAMINSTRELS Headedbv Hie l'ni|s-ror of Hie Minstrel^Wei Id, BILLYKERSHNDS, Andthe World's Trio, WILLELDRIDCE and MALLORYBROTHERS. CREHTCHUZG, WonderfulContralto; nil ftiipport^Hl i^^ nOorterto^i-t l ittoiftl Mar AliikUt. AGRAND STREET PA1ADE ]lyHie Ucorgla silver t otnet Hand. EVANS^ OPERA ^ HOUSE JOHNM\t.t II.I.. Manager. Monday.April 6, '91. TheFashionable KvrtPof ISS Hi aann, and first^A|^|M':iranee In Anaconda of the^W M l 1AM J. OlUMM COMICOPERA CO. 70-rEOI'l.K-70 underiu fromra'mer's Tlicitt-r, New York City,^tile Mllliaiienient of t Initios II. Vale,^the Intcnsel) Humorous ami lirUl-^ual Opt ra OsSsassjs, TKeSea Kir\g Withall nf Hie Original Scenery, ( intinnri,^Calciums and effe. I* that c liaiaeter-^l,i d ll- I pice. ,ti nted Hunt^IU the ( Illt S uf^NKW Yt'liK. l.'.i KlgMa, 1lllLAOKI I lTl A,:-, Nights,^BObTOM, to Nlgnta. IHICACiO.N NlKhts. Inour Clothing Department for Fall and Winter trade we have^a finer line ot domestic and imported floods th in ha^. ever been^placed before the public for their inspection. The newest and latest^styles and designs $1.50TO $5.00 ^ Wecuarantce to ^ave you in CASH VALUE on the purchase of^each Suit We will not tm you the STALE OLD CHESTNUTS^OF CLOSING OUT DODGERS ami PRESENTS TO BLIND^THE PURCHASER. 1 lie dollar ca^h value taved is what you^want. WEARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE Christy Imported London Hat; The Celebrated Gold Medil Tiger^Hat, Hand Made; Stetson Hats, the Finest Grades. AlsoAgents for Wilson Brothers' Fine Fitting White Shirts and^Negligees. The Latest and Newest Novelties m Neckwear; the^Latest ami Newest Styles in 1^. ^ W. Collars; the Latest and Newest^Styles in Fine Dress Shirts. In lact if you want anythinj; of the^Newett and Latest Styles and DsMtgtM 'n Furnishings always go to ESTES5 CONNELL 7-a6RCHNTIL6COWPHNY. Wewill always take great interest in showing goods to all. let^your purchases be what they may.E. ^Sc C. M. CO. TheCast Includes MarkSmith, Kate tiHticrt, V, A. Howard,^Jose|,h lliiln-itv P.Ule Warieti. 'Iliotnas 11^Krsie, Kitty Hill, Kilitn Ncwtou, It.^1 . iiiahain, Mamie ^ erlil, lieo. II.Cart . Alma taSSaSSaC^1 IIOKI'h id' I OhI V. alutlialCouduetorIIKUMAN I'EKLKT. Hnlcof seats ready Kiidav, A|ntl 3, at ^ a. m. Pines, ti nt aud tl. Gallery, Ms'. LOSEE^ MAXWELL Willpivc you full value for your money in DRY^ GOODS AndMen's Faroishing Goods of All Kinds Wearc Agents in Anaconda for the best School Shoe^in America for Hoys and Girls^viz: the RED^SCHOOL HOUSE SHOE. HHnit- h^m\i\^ iiiiiii iitt i^w^-^v ^*r*r\i,^Bt^CI^Pi A4C CuritiMC IM MnVMIb^5uml IN KA.O^ ^N0 30MC UN JA-GS.^BUT l/OKi WtAJt itlfLE HID oCNcWl tiCUjH J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER Anaconda,Montana. Watchmaker^ Jeweler 11 r^^tf^T^FMlfM vil rfis\ulr,'1 DarnelSvjIIvj Andlil^ Kxeellent fompntiy In a l)t-^llalitf'il rrodttetioii of I r \mikh^BatSsASsSSOV^i I'lay TheMillionaire TheBu Ming of s Railroad ! TbeBlasting of Rocky Gorge ! Th Strike of R. K Lsborert ! Id aler n + DIAMONDS + Watchea, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Coeds, Silve.wr.'e, Etc. ANACONDABAKERY DYEK^ CO.^l^rca^l,Tics Cakc^. Coiilcctionery. Froih Home Maclo Candy^A Spocialty. OrdersTaken Km Wedding Cak s. IC6CREHW IN SEHSON. irsiDii aw Wat:hir.aaers, 11RSIST., ANACONDA, li;| . Ill I HIVK. Y'mawi UrtaDi ^i .^ M i, li lira f r deor rent,^made to order. AlsoAgents for tin Cclebrusd Bart^ Mears FiNESHOES FOR MEN Owingto our immen^e line of poods ami bein^ cramped for roorn^^c were compelled to clean out our ICm'i ready mads^tuit department, and have added a CustomTailoring Order Department FromBKOWNlNCi, KING ^ CO., of New York. We guarantsa a^fit in all orders intrusted to us. Call and tee. LOSEE^ MAXWELL ANACONDA. MONT.