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THBANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1891.
-JULY-* TRAVELER'SGUIDE TilA I.VI AIIK1VK: 0:40A. M ^1 11111 l.u:u^8 ati-lnrU'i l.tfivu. liiUAA. M.^ i rum I.uiir-U-avi-s Huttr status^a. M., Bilvrr Bon k id a. m , .-mart b ^ a. M. lltSOr. M, From ltuttv urn! llarrlsou-^!.^ ni.'i Unit,- It SKI a. M . Mher lloa'11:3.1 A,^M .-mart l-'.ul K M. Cnnnt-cu at Stuart mill^tiaiii wliirii leaves liarrisuu si :u^u A. M.,^Dier l.i.dp- 11 M A. M. 4imi !^ M.-Stuart aastlBL U:OSP. M.-l i. lil 1 ti.le-Lr-avrS llllttl-5:00 1^. v..Mlver B^w ^;ij I'. M.. Muait i:io 1* M.^10ilS *^, M.^Hront 11 ii;e ana t.arri^oii-^luivei Hi.lie 11:1.-, p. .M Bluart UiSS r.^J;^'ajv^ oaniMiu cur. BL, IW I,: Mi tbain*iifpaht 4.43 A. M ^Fur ItiiltB- standard's Kxurru.^fciltl A. ^For lilllTiMin* Muan ^:4^ A. ^i., lr^-r Li~lne ^:ii a M , Uarri^ou .-^ Hi: 0 A. M,^^^iS0 a. M -For liuii*^ Muart nl v.ta a. M, timerHow at ic 03 A. R. arriving at Hullj It'ttlA.M. SiAOV M.^For llutto ami Garrison-l-rsvo^htiiart at 3:'* F M . nrrl\i-^ m Huliu at J ju f.^M . i.Hirlsun ai lit* F. 31. ^i4.^iv M.-Foi Biilu--l.i'avp Stuart at 7 :03 I^.^St., Hrrivinc in Hutu, al 7 i4l I'. M. THEWfcATHtR, Thedaily rrcord of the tin rmonii'trr in^tliis city is reporti-il liy A. T. l'laylvr, druit-^gist, romi-r Mum and First streuts. The^nccril fur yi su-nlay was: 7 a. in . 46 di-^Kn-es ,-iIm.vc ; 12 ni , 111' Ucurei-s above; 4^p. in., ON degree* above;8 p. m., Lb de-^gsjasja alnive. ABOUT i Ht CITY. GermanI.iitlitruti services were held at^the Christian church last evening, liev.^M. Men , lln-i.il, il Atocial tlaiice. will ho held to-morrow^evening under the au^pices of Messrs.^Hreiiuau ^ (jetting*. Washingtoncamp No. 2, P. O. S. of A.^held a rt'tiulur ^eekly mt eliiig ut tin ir^hall in the Mattie liluek MM evening. HarneyMrU.nley'* lriemls wirJ eon-^irratulating him yesterday on the arrival^of a line duuglner in his family. Mother^and cnild are doing well. TheCopper City wheelmen met at J. A.^HhhIi y's ultieu on last evening. liniiif^thately after Ihu meeiing the liny* iu ,k a^run out the valley and returned ^in tho^glouiuiug.'' M.J. Uonohue, tralUc manager of tho^Anaconda company, returned l.i.-t even^^ing fn iu a two nioiitlis' trip through Cali^^fornia. Mr. l^o!ioimu i l |mils a very^p.tataut tr.p. UWt Kali 'imteiii, in mager of the^Golden JCigle Cioihiug comiiany, wait^I usy yesterday | uekmg and shipping Ins Rood*to Granite, where lie intends to em-^ark iu business. A.T. Piayter's sun iliermoiuetcr regis^^tered only 71 .degrees yesterday ufteruuiii^at - o'clock. It the temperature, con^^tinues to (all much longer it will be down^lo Iretxiiig point. TheKed Lion mine, which has been^lying idle for ^.oino tune, will he opined^al one. and with this ohj ct iu view T,^11. Muliory left for tfcs mine yeaterduy^with u large crew ol men. C.W. I.,,onus a d Georgo Lindsley^started up the cnek yeaterduy atternoon^iu queat of trout. '1 ho day wua a poor^oue for lUliing, however, and the gentle^^men returned empty-haiidetl. TheStamoaku composing room ball^team waa out lor pructice last evening.^Several of tho team made a very favora^^ble showing, consul, ring the fact that^they have hud hut little practice. HenryGiegerieh returned from the^Kootenai country laat evening. Mr.^Gn go rich hua been absent several weeks^unending to t|ie intercuts of several min^^ing claims, ol whicti he is the owner. Fishinghas not been as good as hereto^^fore in the creeks adjacent to the city, a^fact probably due lo ibe large pieces of^beef-ateuk whicn somn of the anglers use^for bait. Some of the chunks of incut^are large enough to lrighieu auy llali. Thomanager of the Anaconda ball^team is iu receipt of a telegram from \V.^H. Hughes, manager of the l'liilipaburg^nine, stating that he will give the local^club ^','-, wiu or iose, to play at the Uurgh^on Sunday. The ^ 11, c win probably u,^accepted. Oamotion ol Judge Kirkpatrick of^limb, John Lindsay waa yeatcrday ad^^mitted to practice law iu all the courla of^the atate, by the aupreme court, ill session^at Helena. Mr. Lindsay is a graduate of^the University of Miuneaota, and haa^lived in Anaconda more or less for the^past two years. _ A1-ady Lion Tawer,. ColonelII,,one, who is now in this coun^^try exhioiting tna horde* of performing^lions, which are performed free and un-^muixled iu a circus ring, is accompanied^by u female lion tamer^a ^lion quern,^^as the allow bills style her. Her name is^Millie Carlottu. She ia not over UU years^old, and is auid to be as brave as she u rautiful.She enters the inch-sure ac^^companied by her iioble patrol dog,^^Saxon,^ and to see her iu the arena^Burr, muled by half a don n l.UUO-pound^lordly lions, directing their movements^with as little nppurent concern ub if they^were a lot of harmless cats, makes the^^ ^ eclulor ahu ider tor on lualuiit. Colo^^nel llooue is auihor,ty for the statement^lhat women are better adapted for pei-^foriumg with wild beasts than men. He^thia as it may, we will not controvert tin-^remark made by u lady, who upon hear^^ing this ataieinciit ol Colonel II -one's,^suggested thai tin^ waa a fact, and that^only a woman was copalilo ol sut jugai-^ing the moat iutractuble of all an--ials^^matt. Carlottudrives the liona harnessed to^chariots, feeds tin m fiom her hands,^makes them posture, dance, leap, play^acc-saw, ride iricycl. s anu many other^^ quully astonishing ucts. Tins is one of^the lain, -is features of the famous Fore-^piiU^h show, which is to exhibit here on^Friday, August .8 aN^w t'ullalltulloll. Atthe meeting of the (Ire department^held on Wednesday evening it was de^^cided to correspond Willi i.utte, II so^^man, Missoula and Hi lena and get a^c, py of the constitution and bylaws from^the tire department of euch of these^cities. As soon as these cities cull b -^heard fr, in a me, ling will be called to^draw up a constitution and bylaws for^the home deparimeul. APRETTY SLICK JOB ThePeople Ibo Entered the St Law^^rence Saloon fere Fly. MR. KING'S PRESENTIMENT HaSays That S300 Waa In tha^Eafa and He Was Afraid^Something Waa Going^To Happan. Oneof tho most daring and successful burglariesand safe-blowing fiats ever^accomplished in the stale look place at^the St. Lawrence saloon on Park avenue^early yealerday mornlns'. One or more^persons entered the saloon and secured,^the proprietors say, J-I^J in money, mostly^in gold, and two gold watches and a line^g ih! chain and locket studded with dia^^monds, the total loss amounting to about^$500. 1he saloon was recently purchased by^Frank Foskctt and Charles King. Mr.^King has had charge of the saloon since^its purchase. Mr. King ha* been tending^bar himself on night shift and generally^closes the place about ^:30 o'clock in the^morning unless business is brisk at that^hour. A b. -ut 2 o'clcck yesterday morn^^ing Mr. Foaket closed up his Main street^place and went down to the St. Lawrence^to have a chat wiili Mr. King, ltiisiness^was dull, snd after conversing a few^minutes Mr. Foskett told Mr.^King that he thought it l^est^lo close up and so home. Mr. Foskett^then I, It and Mr. King proceeded to shut^the place up. He left the building about^2:30 o'clock. On leaving he saw u man^on the opposite side of the street walking^up l'.u k avenue. The man bad a slouch^hat on hi* head, was drawn down over^hi* eye* so far that it was impossible to^recoguis-j him. Mr. King thought but^little ol this incident and went to his^rooms which arc about ta-o blocks below^the saloon on the same street. MuttHovick la the day bartender and^room* near Mr. King. About C o'clock,^as usual, he arose. He reached the sa^^loon about 6:110 o'clock. fjM Hearing the^front entrance he noticed that the front^door was ( pen, but thought that probably^Mr. King had not gone lo his home as^usual lor tome reason. Mr. llov ch en^^tered bin did not notice anything peculiar^about the situation until he step|ie^l on^some flue plaster. He looked up at the^ceiling, thinking dial SSSJSS plaster might^have become loosened and dropped to the^floor. Iu this he was mistaken and he^walked behind the bar. The first thing^lhat met his gaxe was the inside portion^of the safe door, which was standing on^its aide, about live feet from the sale. Os^making a closer investigation he ids-^covered that the safe had b en blown^o|h-n and that us contents were missing.^Hovick left the p ace and went to Mr.^K.iik's rnouis and woke him up. Not^wishing to frighti n him he told him ihut^he had come for some change. On b^ -^ilig told 11nit the money wua in the safe^iu the saloon he informed Mr. King that^il-e safe hud been broken open and rill, d.^Mr. K i.g arose at once ami both went to^Mr. l-'osacit's home ai d acquumieii him^with the facts. T^ gel her the three men^came hack to the saloon. About this^lime the ^ Ulcers ap|^eared on the scene. Tneburg ars entered by way of the^front door, having pru d it open by w hat^is supposed to have ^sMI a plumy. The^catch on the door was broken, the l^h^k^having l^^ en sprung. After gaming an^entrance the thieves began their wuik.^The men evidently understood their^btiaineas. A bole about one-balf an inch^in diameter was drilled through the safe,^about four inches below the combination^ball. A glycerine cartridge was undoubt^^edly tised to hi. w it open, us no^signs of powder burn wn^ to In* found.^Wet blankets were probably used to^deaden the sound of the explosion, us^marks of wet cloths were visible on the^floor about the safe. The hole had been^drilled ill exactly the proper spot us the^explosioii had blown the drop bolt off.^The do^ r waa thus thrown open, lnaide^tho safe, in the top drawer, which waa^made of steel, was plsced the money and^valuables. The experts took drawer and^all, evidently not wishing to lose any^time iu attempting to opeu it, the drawer^of course being locked. Two flasks of^the l^ st Hotirbon whiskey and two boxes^of flue cigars were taken. Havingaatiafled their desire* the men^then left the building and have not since^been In aril of, although die entire force^of officer* ha* been laboring oil the cose^with a will. Theonly person who heard any noise^iu the vicinity wa* Newton Leav-^eiigood, who resides on the opposite^side of the street from Ibe saloon. Mr.^Leavengood says he had been up most of^MM uighi, caring for his little boy winch^was very ill. About 4 o'clock be heard a^sound which resembled a iiiufil,-d explos^^ion, but paid hut little attention to u and^did not go i inside to see what il wa*. He^dttl not have any idea that a burglary^was being committed, and did not^learn of it until lute iu ibe morning. '1 he^explosion con d not hare been a very loud^one, as lionu Coiiniere. who sleep* at the^rear of hi* butcher shop one door west of^the saloon, says he did not hear the least^sound of ally description. Inan interview with a Standard re^^porter yesterday Mr. King said: ^On the^night of the burglary 1 had strange pre^^sentiments. It did liotseemtoiueih.it^all was right and, iu closing up the pluce,^1 took ii11iisoul precautions to see Unit^everything was all right. 1 tried the win^^dow* and doors to make *ure that ibey^were securely fastened. I even closed the^trans ni above the outer doors, something^which 1 huve not done before for several^duys. Atnr doing all these ihini-a I^went Iioiui , but could not shake off my^peculiar leeiing. It seemed to me thai^something unusual was about to trans^^pire. 1 could not get lo sleep for some^time, and after I did manage to rloie my^eye* 1 became restless. I awoke ut 4^o'clock and again at 6 o'clock, each^time being startled by a terrible dream.^1 did not get up, however, until I wus^nwukcncil about 7 o clock by my bar^^tender, Matt Hovick, who i|iform--d me^that the safe had been rohticd. 'j he money^bud been placid ill the safe the day be^^fore and 1 iiad intended to use il today to^pay the rent of the budding and several^oth, r bills. However, li e deed is done^and we shall huve lo make the be t of It. ' Nota single clu** was left be^^hind on which the c liters could^score a point towards capturing the^thieve*. Just a lew minute* before^the theft was committed both Officers^1st man and Waters say tiny passed by^the saloon on making their iuiiuI rounds,^bul neuter of ihem noticed anything^wrong. One thief evidently watched^while the ether* blew cpi-n the side anil^secured its contents. Sheriff (Jjniglcy^came ovi-r from D ir Lodge yesi, rday^and he togetht r wuh the other i fliceri^iM-gan aicurchiug inveat.gst on. I'd * roui the Loll.^Katie, the little daughter of Mr. and^Mi- J -, I, Peter* of Fifth s'.rcet, met^with a si nous accident early ^ --terday^afternoon. She had gone out todii-buin^and entered the loft to feed som kittens,^when abe fell out of the loft ^ ^ II ,,,r^below, u distance of several feel. No seri^^ous injury wa* sustained. PERSONALMENTION. Dr.Snyder made a flying trip to Entte^yesterday. C.Corcoran left for New Westminster,^British Columbia, last night. JF. Heck ^^f Unite wss registered st^the Hotel Commercial yesterday. Mrs.Otto Stalmann returned yesterday^from a brief visit with Hutte friends. FredOrton nf the Orton Bros, of BuKe,^the music dealers, was in town yesterday. E.H. Sherman, the undertaker, of^Butte, was in tne city yesterday on a busi^^ness visit. J.11. l.osee and B. F. Maban returned^from l),--r Lodge yesterday. They at^^tended the race* there. Amongoilier* registered at tbe Mon^^tana yealerday were: James Shielda, 1 -^baton; Henry A. Pope. Chicago; M. J.^Donohue, city; J, A. Maahn, l bicago. ANail In Ills N,.ss. PeterBoyle of Firat street met with a^rather painful accident yesterday. While^passing through the yard surrounding Ids^bouse he slipped und fell, striking bis fare^on a box. The imi eiuousiieas ol lbs fad^drove a nail into his nose. Tbe injury is^not serious, how ever. A.T. l'luyter, druggist, corner Main^and First s reels, is sole agent for the^crlebrulcd J. A. cigar, matiulactursd of^the choici st bavana loharen. torSale or t-ithsun*^For Anaconda real estate, eleven Fair-^baven lot*. Inquire of Charles Houck. Trythe porcelain bath* at tbe plunge^bath house. Wanled Tolet a contract to some party who ha*^an outfit to pack wood. Apply to the^Alhamnra Flume and Mercantile C ^.,^Adismbrn. Montana J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER anacondaMontana. Watchmaker^ Jeweler Dealer In +DIAMONDS All G lodes of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^bocds. Silverware, Etc. Bielervberg^ Go., Wholesaleand Retail Dealers -IS- Beef.^ Uuttoo ^ and ^ Pork, GAME.ETC^Main Street, - Anaconda, NOMORE BACK ACHE 0\i\^HA I mi^US^'. fttctntlytin followlmg ^of/^-^ apiwW /^ tk9 Samfrmmctico C*rvntcl*. Ittdf* fth^d .^ren -it-1, ^illy about two wrrLft,stn-1 it wan not until thet tin r* of fourdays that thr malu^l^ t ^ V. a aeriuu* turn. I^At thr ticgiituing- Effcjattfiataa ht sutifrM front I^iliabrtea and MMMfc tkwom^t. Later thel^kidney* refused to per ft win their function ^* Jtidl^hr p*ift^ed uuietly away. Thiw ended the ltfrl^of one of (he m^mt prominent men in Call-F^fwnia ^ Like thousand* of other* hi^ un^timclv death wai thr result of neglecting cat ly I^symjiioiua of ktdnry dt*ra*^. 'IF* YOU -aaaaaaaaa. aretronWrdwith dtabetev fcr irel. or any de^|^rangrmrnt of the kidnev* or unnarv organs, I^del.iv proper treatment until you are!^MVfal to givt- up your awlff duties; ^fuN*#|^wuKle MM nimiev on iMffimfM iininirnt^l^^nd worse piaster*, but strike at the ar.it ofl^the tio.ru*^,' ut once mm mmmtM t he greatest of rll |^known remediea, the *-elei^rate*| Oregon Ki-^nev Tea. It has saved the hvr^ of thousands I^Whv should it not cute mm * Trv it. ruirlyl^vrgrtahlr and pkaaunt to take. Jl .oOa pack^^age. I for ^^ RA. IVAt'HKUU^lJuu^ cay, MuuuUMk Wl.o.ewir and KeUil BIDSFOR OreHauling. Bidssr* luvltrd for hauling from ONETO TWO THOUSAND TONS ofore from StiCTIIKIlN CMBi MIN'K to An-^amiiiU; also fur liaiiluif; a like ^|tiantliy from^tin-iiiuir to I'liillnsliuig. Hauls; to runiiucui-r^linni.'.li.ito y. MR,IOK T. CARRi)'.!, al t!i^^ office of |he^Montana. fjSSSBSJf anil Piodm-* Co., Ituttc .ind^a inn-Hilda, U t!,'1 only aiiUioii/eil aajnjsj to re^^ceive id,in and m ike contract*. C.UYX. 1'IAIT,^Kroretarv Bouiliem Cross U. M. Co.^Bi ltr, J^iy 0, Ml HiWU4 Watchmakers,I1ESI 81, ANACONDA, t)[|i, Ll.b 11IVK. I'iaooslud OrcaH Srwlns Machine* lor sawor renu^rtcturs Frame, mails tu order WeWill Continue to Make SPeCIHL*- a-PRices Duringthe Ensuing Week. Wehave still remaining a few pairs of LADIES' MEN'S -AT- $1.00PER PAIR. Dresstbe Children at Half Price AndTake Them to the Circes! Wewill offer inducements for you to place your^money with us be-forc-paw scoops what^little is remaining in the village. DSTES^ C0NNELL4 I-urn/' * I'Tit t*. riii/n * \ MERCANTILECOMPANY. CLOTHING. 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. PANTALOONS. Anunlimited and choice assortment of patterns to suit^the most fastidious taste. CUSTOMTAILORING. Weare agents for two of the best custom tailoring^houses in New York City. Leave your measure^and have a Suit made to order.^Fit Guaranteed. Hats, Hats. Thelargest line to select from in the city, and the^most popular makes. Christy's Imported London^Hat; the celebrated Gold Medal Tiger Hat;^Hand made Stetson's Hats, the^finest grades. UNDERWEAR. Gentlemen'snatural Cashmere ribbed welts, spliced^seats, Silk and Worsted ribbed, solid colors and^fancy stripe, best full-fashioned fast black^Balbriggan, fancy and solid colors ia^lialbriggan. GENTSHOSIERY. 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. THliLATEST AND NEWEST STYLES AND^NOVELTIES OurClothing and furnishings will bear close inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated. ANACONDABRANCH.