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The Anaconda standard. [volume] (Anaconda, Mont.) 1889-1970, July 01, 1891, Image 3

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TheAimcondii otlice of the liocky^Mountain Telegraph company has been^removed to convenient quarters in the^main office of the Montana. The line^Is equipped for prompt aud careful^service on all local and through busi^^ness, east or west. The ltocky Moun^^tain litie lias much the larger share of^the telegraph business of this city. The^patronage of the public is solicited.
Thedaily record of tin^ thermometer in^tbia city la reported by A. T. l'layter,^druggist, corner Main ami First street*^The record lor yesterday was: 7 a.m.,^62 degrees above; 12 in , 73 legrces above;^4 p. in., 7U degrees above; e p. in., 68 de^lin es above.
Colfnslodge No. -U, 1. O. O. F., met at^its hall in the Standard building lust^evening.
TheWorkingtnen's union held a meet^^ing at the ball in die Mattie block laat^evening.
Alarge party of Auaeondana will com^poae a party that will spend the day at^^Sliver lake on July 4.
A.Lingo of Cherry street lias been very^ill for some tune past and fears areenter-^taiued as lo his recovery.
(.iorg' Welcome, II. ]{. Brown and D.^W. Tilton liioilc a llshiug trip up the^creek yesterday. They were fairly suc^^cessful.
Edheinbach and Hubert Herli of Cur-^roll caught l'J9 trout yestenlay at Lost^creek. Hie largest weighing one aud one-^ball pounds.
Almostenough money baa been raised^to pay for the e*|^cii*o of toning up the^lawn tennis MA Xlie work will bo be^^gun in a lew days.
Theboys on Cellar street have^chased a tent for their circus. The^has been erected and an exhibition^be given this ulternoon ut 2 o'clock.
TheLadies' Guild of St. Mark'a church^will meet at the residence of Mrs. J. hn^Merrill, on O ik street, to-morrow after^^noon at 2 o'clock. A full Attendance la^desired.
Theadvance brigade of Sells Bro's.^circus had ao much billing to do yester^^day that they were unable to leave ibe^city. The special car will probably leave^this morning.
Anaoondalodge No. 22, A. O. U. W^^will hold u regular meeting at Standard^hall tbia evening. Business of impor^^tance will be transacted aud a full at^^tendance is desired.
JimMurphy was arrested yesterday for^breaking Into the pound and taking his^own dog out and allowing three others to^escape. His trial has been set for to-day^before Judge Kock well.
Theyoung ludies of Mrs. Kenyon's^Sunday school class of the Christum^church are n quested to be present at a^meeting to be held this evening at Miss^Cracio tVisiier's home.
TheFourth of July celebration to be^beld at the valley picnic grounds will,^weather permitting, be a grand success.^The ranchers say ihey will show the cily^folks how to enjoy themselves.
BillMcGough was arrested yestenlay^afternoon by OlUeer Iseman tor being^drunk and going to sleep in front of the^First National bank on Main street. He^will be tried before Judge Hockwell to^^day.
Thecity baa been well hilled with cir^^cus lithographs. In fuel, the bills are so^thick thai it is an impossibility to turn^without gaiiug upon thrilling pictures^of wild animals and ui^p.ring street pa^geants.
Thefuneral of Maggie Chevalier Bra-^tlste will l^e held ui 2 o'clock this after^noon. Mrs. llratisie died on Monday^night at hot residence at the rear of iii^l'aris saloon an i was aged 48 years. She^was bom ui France.
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WhatII* saw^W. A. Buswell Dos return ed from Kettle^Falls after a I nef visit and iscomp elely^enamored of that place aud its vicinity.^^I found it to be a country of wonderful^resources and bright prospects,^ said Mr.^Buswell to a re|^orlcr. ^In making the^trip you take the Spokane A Northern^from Spokane and after journeying about^ft) miles you find yourself in th* vicinity^of the town of Kettle Falls. Every con^^venience awaits the visiting strsnger.^The town has a population of about MX).^Broadway is the principal street and re^^minds roe somewhat ol the street going^under the same nsme in New York City,^as it is several miles in length. The town^is partially controlled by the Rochester^Improvement company, which have also^built the Hotel Roelie^ter,one of the II est^hotels in the Northwest. It is not ss fine^in appearance as the Montana, but^the interior is excellently furnished^and the board is Oral rate in t very detail.^At the rear is a fine lawn tenuis court.^In fact everything in and about the hotel^is of a superior order. Alter seeing the^town, ti e next point of interest is the^celebrated falls Irom which the name of^the town is derived. The falls are aiiu-^oted ^ n the Columbia river about a mile^and one-half above the city proper.
Theyare indeed lieautiful. The first^drop is about 15 feat and Ibe water con^^tinues to roll and tumble over jagged^rocks for about 75 feet. In these rocks^are shapes of kettles, but those appear^^ances are invisible just now owing to^high water. The river is narrowest at^this point anil it will be here undoubt^^edly that it will be bridged by the Great^Northern, which sooner or later will cer^^tainly take advantane of this great open^^ing. The water is always cool and llsh^ot all kinds are to lie found, in it. princip^^ally salmon. In fact salmon are so thick^at ih. base of the tails that they can al^^most be caught by hand. This may ap^^pear unreasonable but it is true neverthe^^less. One of the great features of the^river is its endless water power.^At the foidh of Main street is a ferry^which crosses the river, which is about a^mile and one-half wide. On reaching^the opposite side you will find yourself^on the Indian reservation, a beautiful^piece of land which will probably be^opened up in the near future. Returning^to the city proper and driving tiot^Broadway about a mile and one quarter^you arrive at the spot where the building^of a town first commenced. Here ure u^number of stores and several saw mills,^which are running continually, supplying^lumber for the new buildings which aro^being built as soon as circumstances will^admit. One of the buildings just com^^pleted is a pretty school house. School^has lieeii held here before, but the build'^ing was ent rely inadequate to accom^pltsh good results.
Ilelt the town and continued on about^two and one-half miles further to where^the ranches are situated. 1 was more^than surprised at what I saw there. The^soil is excellent and the peculiarity of the^whole thing is that the land ascends from^the river in ledges to a height of 1.0UO feet^and the land on the top ia just as^rich and moist as that at the^bottom. Fruit of various kinds are culti^^vated, such aa apples, pears, peaches^plums, cherries and the like. 1 saw one^peach tree not any thicker at the trunk^than my wrist which was so covered with^peiicuts that the owner had found it^necessary to prop the tree up with sucks^to keep ihe llllllis from breaking c IT.^was told that in growing tomatoes it was^only necessary to sow the seed and nature^ould do ibe rest. Having heard a great^deal about the immense strawberries that^grow there, I determined lo BOS for my^^self. 1 went to a gentlemen w ho was en^^gaged in raising the I run anil in the con^^versation that ensued between us he in^^formed mo that he planted a plot of^ground with berriee two * ears ago. L'tsi^year lie did not realnu much for his la^^bor, but this season he said he was pick^^ing 321) quarts of berries daily. He takes^the berries about two and one-half miles^from his place lo the railway depot and^there ships them to various parts of the^couuiry. The liernes are sold for 15^cents a box, and the boxes are heaped up^and not like those which we get in this^cily and other places. In speak^^ing of the siae of some of^the berries you will probably doubt my^word, but 1 saw aud um now convinced.^I saw berries from 7 to 11 inches in cir^^cumference, and a man in eating one of^them wou.d have to take two or three^bites. This is a fact.
Inregard lo mining, hut little has yet^been accomplished, as httlo pot spectiug^has been done. Howi ver. 1 believe thai^the couuiry about Kettle Falls will some^day Is* equal to Montana ill the product^of minerals. A man took me to a claim^of Ins and showed me tome ore. The^hole which he hail dug was no deeper^than my waist, and he had already taken^out a largo quantity of ore, heavily^charged with lead and silver. I took a^hummer and chipped off several pieces of^the ore and brought them home with me.
Ihave traveled all through the hast^and intended to go lo the coast, but on^leaching Kettle Falls I was so much^pleased with the place that I have invest^^ed in some property myself. I do not in^^tend to remove from this city, but will do^so in the near future. 1 le-ncve thul with^the resources thai Kettle Falls po*aesscs^it is bound to be one of the greatest elites^of the Northwest.
J.L. Pierce, one of the Montana's^handsome clerks, went up Ihe creek flail^^ing yesterday. Mr. Pierce wields ihe rod^in a fashion that fascinates the fUh. as^was shown by the large number of trout^he managed to capture.
Thepiano belonging to Mrs. G. H^Clieene which was attached for an old^debt several days ago was sold by Con'^stable Stcbbius at No. 17 Alder street,^yesterday. The purel.aser was W. C.^Grover and the consideration 4185.
('.H- ikleand A. (iaraboldi, two Fin^^land* rs, were arrested early yesterday^morning for being drunk and disturbing^the peace on Cherry street. They wero^tried in ibe police court yesterday after-^noon Ih fore Judge Roekw II and each^was fined 111) aud costs, which sum they^promptly paid an I were released.
Haresat lit-, r Lotlgs^The Deer L^ dge race meeting la g. ns on^July 4 and closes July f,
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Toexrhange two choice inside lots in^Salt Lake tor Anaconda properly. In.^quire at Charles liouck'a real estate of^lice. ,
ItWill Be a Orai.^^ oasl Highly Altrae'-^ivs AtTiir
DearLodge estends a cordial invitation^to Anaeondana lo come and help her cele^^brate the Fourth. Reduced rates will pre^^vail on the Montana Union, and all who^go are assured of a royal welcome. The^exercises are to bo of a diversified nature,^ftom an oration bp Senator Matts of Mis^^soula to a chase after a greased pig.^There will be a grand display of fire^^works in the evening. The Alios baud^of Bulle has been engaged for th* day.^Deer Lodge won't d i the thing by halves.
W.R. Kenyon of Butte paid th* city a
Visityeat rday.
F.A. Wilburn of Sious City registered^at the Hotel Commercial yesterday.
LuiP. Smith, ex-chief of police in^Butte, paid the cily a visit yesterday.
SheriffJames Quigley left for Deer^Lodge yesterday slier a brief visit to this^cily,
C.W. Brandon, lb* well known dis-^penrer with the Smith Drug company,^paid llulle a visit yesterday.
RalphParker, with the Montaua Lum^^ber and Produce company in Untie, was^over from that city yesterday.
JohnBuchanan, cily marshal of Deer^Lodge, and formerly ^one of Ihe finest^^in this city was ui town yesterday.
Mrs.Shelley'futile and family returned^from Sail Lake Cily lost evening, after^an extended visit with relatives and^friends.
Mrs.J. A. Haaley _and child returned^from Butte last evvning, after having^passed several days there with relatives
JoeMulvehill, who formerly conducted^the Combination restaurant in this cily,^arrived in town yesterday after an ex^^tended trip to the Flathead country.
Amongothers registered at the Mon^^tana yestenlay were: \V. K. Park, New-^York; Francis Natera, New York; W. R.^Kenyon, Bull*; \V. B. Chandler, Minne^^apolis.
Smokersof the celebrated and original^^Cuban Blossoms^ will in future find^^ very cigar and every bos branded ^L.^Lillia.^ All others are counterfeit. L.^Lillis, l.lo2 Second avenue. New tork.
Twohandsome ofhees in the Standard
leurtbor Jaly, 18U1.^On this occasion the Northern Pacific^railroad company will sell tickets to alI^points in Montana within a radius r.t ;ti^i^miles ami return at one and one-flttli^fare for ibe round trip. Tickets sold July^3 and 4, good to return until midiMgUt,^July 6.
Trythe porcelain baths^bath bouse.
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A.T. l'layter, druggist, corner Main^and First streets, is sole agent for the^celebrated J. A. cigar, manufactured of^the choicest ha van a tobacco. iA
Theequestrian statue of Grant for Chi^cago, casl in bnitize at I hieopee a f. ^^days ago, is said lo lie the largest portrait^statue in this country.
Plungebath open day and night. West^Park avenue. Anaconda.
Tolet a contract to some party who has^an outfit to pack wood. Apply In the^Alhamhra Flume and Mercantile Co.,^Alhambra, Montana. r
Noticeis hereby given that the shooting^of Are crackers, Romsn candles or other^xnl .s ves Is forbuld-n In lb* village of^Carroll, or on the premises of Upper or^L ^wer Smelling Works.
Anyperson f^ und violating lb* above^order, will h* subj ct to arrest and ira-^I'^^^ nt^^'. Anaconda Mining Co.
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Watchmaker^ Jeweler
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Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Goods, Silverware, Etc.
Mr.Juntas K. Coousr Assumes Charg*^the Ills Show.^With character.stic enterprise, the^management of the Forepaugli shows an^^nounces the coming of that vast estab^^lishment, and the announcement conveys^the impression that something extra^ordinary ill magnitude anil lucnl may l^^expected. When the v^ terati Forepaugli^reahted that his earthly career was end^^ing, tits one thought and wish ^us Ihe^perperluation of he name lie hud SBS n tso^many years in bti lding up, and tin- pre^^servation of the enormous show proper-^lies that it represented Of ail men, there^was but one whose ^ xpTienee, we..In,^ami inieurtly made him available lo as^^sume charge ol Ihe show, and lliat was^James E. Cooper. '1 hough loath to^emerge Irom the retirement and eminent^social surroundings ion-enter thai most^active of iivoeatious. the ownership and^management ^ f a great tented exhibition,^Mr. Cooper could not refuse Ihe wish of^Iim dying friend, and so ho look cuurg,-^ot the sliom-s and the name of Forepaugli.^While perserviug all Ihe material features^of the i'orcpaiigli shows of old, he has^made many extensive additions thereto,^and many innovations in respect to lis^conduct. Among those which would mosi^attract public attention ate the rules res-^pseUag the tone of the shows, which ha^been brought up to ihe highest p-issibn^pilch. '1 he seats are aosoiutely reserved^for the aud.ence, aud no peddling is per^muted. N'-nlness and politeness are t x^acltd from ull emph y, s, and there is an^apparent disregard tor ixpciisc in not^only intkihir the audience comfortable^but in enti rtaming them with the very^liest arenic attract.oris money may secure^throuichoui the woild. And when it is^alas known that law) tents at*) absolutely^^ aterpr ol it s^ cms as if nothing cu d pn .^rem the aitei.dai.ee Irom 1^^ mi; duly equal^lo ihe capuc.iy Ih ii, adi the BMvaa^ The^Forepitiirh show will exibit al Dillon^Aiivum .6; l ul'e, August M, Helena, Aug.^^at 37. Anacouua Augu^l 28, and Missoula^August -^.
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WeWill Continue to Make
Thisdepartment has a new and attractive appearance^by the elegant display of imported and domestic^Cloths to be found in our Suitings of the^newest and latest designs.
Anunlimited and choice assortment of patterns to suit^the most fastidious taste.
Weare agents for two of the best cu^tcm tailoring^houses in New York City. Leave your measure^and have a Suit made to order.^Pit Guaranteed.
Thelargest line to select from in the city, and the^most popular nisikcs. Christy's Imported London^Hat; the celebrated Gold Medal Tiger Hat;^Hand made Stetson's Hats, the^finest grades.
Duringthe Ensuing Week.
Wehave still remaining a few pairs of
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Dressthe Children at Half Price
AndTake Them to the Circus!
Wewill offer inducements for you to place your^money with us be-fore-paw scoops what^little is remaining in the village.
Gentlemen'snatural Cashmere ribbed welts, spliced^scats, Silk and Worsted ribbed, solid colors and^fancy stripe, best full-fashioned fast black^Balbriggan, fancy and solid colors in^Balbriggan.
Blackand fancy Silks, Silk plated, solid and fancy^striped Lisle Half Hose, Ingrain Cotton, hand^seamed high spliced heels, British Balbrig^^gan and many intermediate grades.
OurClothing and Furnishings will bear close inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated.

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