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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. JULY s4, 1891.
^JULY TRAVELER'SGUIDE train-. a Hill V r. i40 A. M ^From Lutle^Standard's Express.^^^;ua A. m.^i mm nme-Leave, l.uttc ^i ^:w A.M., Sliver Bow i. ill a. M , Muart * -45 a. M.^IKiSO l\ M. Krom Bulte and liarrisnu-^Jaavr. Mime 11:2u a. M . nlvcr Bow 11 .:; A^M.. blunri 12:1111'. M. Connects at Muurl Willi^nam wliicli leaves tiarrtsuu ai lOdu A. XI.,^Deer Lodge II 14 A. 11. 4Ho r at^Muart BeeclaL t:03P. M.^Kiuni I ulte^Leaves llutle B OO P. NUverBow 6:15 r\ M.. ruuart s:^t^ I^. M.^aOilS P. M._rrom Bull* .uul i.airwm -^leaves Butte I'. M . Muart lev. .-. M.^Loivu Csiusou MB It, User Lu lgi U:UU TRAINSDKPA1IT: 4.4S A. M -For Butte^Mandard's Express.^*^:lt^ A. M.^For Uarusnn- stiiart (:4i A. ML, 1'.-r Ledge '.i.j; A. m , (iarritoii at 10: 0 a. M,^UiHO a. m For Butte-Muan at '-' 4^ a M , MiterBow at mtm a. M., arrmuK at Hullj 1^:'JU A. M. *!o p ^i,^For Butte and IJarrlaon-l/eave^Muart at :i .^ k V M , arrive* in Butie altiJU 1'.^M , Garriwm at ^u 11*. M. .43 p. M.-Ko. liulie -l.c^ve Stuart at 7:05 P.^at., arriving lu Butte at tHI I^. M. IHtWEATHtR. Thedaily rt'Cortl of tlie thermometer in^this city ia reported ^^y A. T. I'layter, drug^^gist, corner Main and First street*. Tlie^rccortl for yesterday was: 7 a. in., 50 tle-^a-rcca uhovc; 11! a. m , (i'J tlegrec* almvc;^4 p. in., b7 degree* above; f p. in., 70 de^^grees above. ABOUT1 HE CITY. TheCarpenters' union held a meeting^in the hall in the Association building last^evening. The meeting was well at^^tended. Mrs.Simon Haley and family of Idaho^will be tlie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry^Kurpronaut of Third street for tho neat^lew days. F.Young and T. 1.. Kelly made a fish^^ing 1rip lo the ilam yesterday afternoon.^They returned with Ul lUli, a good catch^lor oue hour's lUhing. JohnBuchanan, town marshal of Deer^Lodge, and formerly on tho police force^in this city, eamo over yesterday on a^brief visit with friends. TheLadies' Guild of St- Mark's church^held a meeting at the home of Mrs. ii^F. Mahau at the corner of Oak and Siztn^streets yesterday afternoon. Washingtoncamp, No. 2, P. O. S. of A.,^held a regular meeting at its hall in the^Mania block last eveniugljinstead of^Wednesday i veiling as Muted in yesttr-^'lay's edition. Severalmembers of the fire department^turned out with the hose yesterday after^^noon and gave the priucipal streets a^thorough welting, which was highly bene^^ficial as a means of laying the dust. TheCopper City wheelmen are re^^quested to meet at J. A. Hasley's ofllce on^Oak street at 2 o'clock on Sunday at Ii r-^noon. A run wilt- be taken to Wurm^Springs, weather permittiug. Uy order^of J^. K. Dubreuil, captain. W.S. Ilawcs will leave to-day for Gran^^ite where he will establish a photogruph^gallery. Mr. Hawes will still retain his^gallery in this city, however, aud will re^^turn to this city about the iJUih him., re-^niaining several duys. Theami thermometer m front of A. T,^Playter's drug store registered 11:; de^^grees at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a^rise ill the teni|ieruire of 9 degrees from^the corresponding hovr on the preceding^day. Arrangtm^nts have been completed for^a match gumo of bull to be played at^the park on Sunday afternoon be^^tween the Standard* and Snamrock*. No^admission will be charged and a contest^is anticipated. GeorgeA. Kidd, the genial manager of^the electric street railway and electric^power house, made a piscatorial expedi^^tion to Yankee Finns yesterday. The^trout were simply electrified and about 31^of their number succumbed to Mr. Kidd's^efforts. Detroitand Ksturu tttS 75.^The Northern Pacific will sell tickets to^Detroit and return, on account of 0. A.^K. encampment, July 29th to 31st, iiiclu-^sive. Good to return until Aug. 12th.^Time may be ezteiidcd until Sept. ; Mill^by d positing ticket with joint agent at^Detroit. For further utricular* inquire^at city ticket ofllce. No. 23 East Uroad-^way, James Met aig. General AgeriL Plealelngat the Park.^A delightful picnic was held ul the park^yesterday by a number of ladies and^gentlemen. Kcfrcstimcnls were served^and altogether the day was pleasantly^pa-sed. Those present were air. and^Mrs. C. A. Tuitle, Mr. and Mrs. (ieorgi^Uartlett, Mr. and Mrs. I). Cohen, sr., Mr..^Corey, Haward, Rockefeller and Dr.^Snyder. TitoKates Tiio High.^FiixPatrirksV Strickfuden have received^a letter from James Met aig in regard to^a Kettle Falls excursion. Mr. McCaig^says be finds It impossible to give any^special rates and $15 a day will lie charg. tl^for a tourists' sleeping ear, besides tlie^regular tare. Ttieso rates nre deemed^too high and it is thought that the pro-^}^osed c^cursioii will be ubandoned. TitsFouudry a.dl Uuuuiug. Aminor was freely circulated about^the city yesterday that the '1 utile foundry^had closed down. This is not the cum-.^however, although 16 men have been laid^rff. The foundry is still running three^days a week as it has lieen doing for sev^^eral weeks, and w ill continue so to run^for the present. Ihi Maniaiia t ii ion Pieaie.^The employes of the Montana Union^will hold their annual picnic at Garrison^on August 16. Tickets will be issued in u^few days. The picnic wid undoubtedly^be a grand success and Ms coming will be^awaited with interest by many people in^this city. WillMen ul August 1.^Martin ft Fog will remove on August^from their |^r. aeut quarters to the sit^on Main street until rectiilly occupied^the Leader Clothing company. Tu^new place of business will be very^tractive. Specialto the Standard. GuaMTE.July 13.^ Considerable ex^^citement wag created here by Deputy^Sheriff McLeod arresting three men lust^n glit who were prowling around the^streets and who, in Mr. McLeod s opinion,^were looking for a favorable opportunity^to break into some place or do some other^unlawful act. Prominent business men^played tho roll of detectives and after^shadowing the suspicious characters^until they got tired, ihey concluded to^arrest them on general principles and^prefer charges of vagrancy against them. Theywere arraigned to-day In-fore^Judge Galligher and gave their names as^Thomas Sullivan, Allien Black and Frank^Hurlon. Skeleton keys of all kinds and^shapes were found on them and Sullivan^was doing the town, begging with one^arm out of sight to enlist sympathy. Sul^^livan is a largo man and does not have^the app.-arance of a crook. He asketl for^lawyer and ciuimed to have a frientl in^Philipshurg who would pay for one. His^friend was telephoned but failed to ante^anil Sullivan changed his plea of not^guilty to guilty and asked the clemency^of tho court. Thecourt gave him 30 days in lb^ county^jail, or an even IIOJ worth of clemency.^The man who gave his name a- Illnek is^an innocent looking little chap, out had a^big gun on bun when arrested, as also^did his parti,Mr. Uurton. They were fined^$75 each for euirymg concealed weapons,^aud as they bud no ready money tbey^leave for Deer Lodge in the morning in^charge of Deputy Uarnes. The funny^part of it is they were arrested on the sup^^position that they were the men who^robbed the Montana L'quor company's^safe a short time ago uud they in ty be^but there is no evidence to prove it. There^was lots of uunessury excitement laying^around in chunks when the men were^arrested. A gull was shot rff under^Sullivan's nose, and ha claim* to be^trembling yet from tho fright. PtHbONAL MfcN 1 ION. THREESUSPICIOUS MEN PossiblyTbey Iij Bt tki Expert Safe^Blowers. PLENTYOF SKELETON KEYS GraniteCitizens Don't Like Their^Looks and Arrest the Trio on^General Principles^All^Sent Up JudgeMilo French came up from Greg-^sou Sprit g^ ou business yesterday. J.McMillan of Philadelphia was regis^^tered at the Hotel Commercial yester^^day. Amongthose registered at the Montana^yesterday were J. W. McSwan, Denver;^W. C. Harvey, Helena; ii. Minium, New-^York; C. Silversteiu, New York; ii. IVli^^ma.-, lioston; J. A. Moullon, San Fran^^cisco; S. M. Uennttt, Chicago; Geo. W.^Pcllan, New York. APlsMsaat Party.^Mrs. W. J. Matthews of Purk avenue^g .ve a party ut her heme in honor of her^Deer Lodge visitors last evening. Quite^a number of ladies and gentlemen were^present and all enjoyed the pleasant^affair. '1 lie evening was passed delight^^fully and refreshments were served.^F.acli person in attendance was liie recti -^lent of a handsome buquet of cut flowers. HAV-NCJU-.HA IS Patience^o l.uttgrr a Yirlu*.^The chief of police says that unless^several people attend to the cleaning of^their alleys at once there will be trouble,^for ill some cases parties havo been noti^^fied ugain and again, but seem to pay^but little attention to the warning given^them. 1iVe Cows i in potiiiili-d Fivecows were placed in tho pound^yesterday, all of the in having been found^strolling about the streets. Most of the^animals were called for mid taken out of^hock by their owners. Cow owners who^allow iheir animals to roam at large must^take warning. F'luesllu His World.^The Standard Fire Brick company^shipped two car loads of fire brick to^Montana parties last week and yesterday^received an order for another car load.^The Sinudurd fire brick is the fluent in^the market and is gaining for itself a na^^tional reputation. 1,000Reward.^The city of Butte, Mont., will pay a re^^ward of Una Thousand Dollars for the^apprehension and conviction of the per^^son or persons who murdered W. J. Pen^^rose upon Montana street, in said city,^on the night of June B, 1891. Said reward^to be paid after arrest aud conviction of^the culprits, to the person or persons^causing the same, at the office of tho city^treasurer.H. Muellkii, Mayorof Butte t.ny, Mont. Matchingthe stories of valuable and^unappreciated oil paintings sold for a^song, is one concerning a nnraculoi a^transaction in Sevres china. Early in^the pa*t century a gentlemen presented^a reverend friend with two vat-es as a^wedding present These vases siood for^more tiiau 40 years on acaDinel in a Sum-^erK-iflnrc rectory, without attracting any^particular notice, until a sale took place^alter tho owner's death, at which they^were bought for 2 guim as by a tradesman^Hum. Wilhiu a week they resold for lihu^guinea* to a Bond Mreet dealer, who^.peetltly disposed of them to the lale Lord^Derby for 4,100 guineas. Storkhnldsrs'Msatlng.^The second annual meeting of the^Boulder Flume t\ Mercantile company^will he held al the s4sVsS of FitxI'atriek^X^Slriekfadfii, No. 206 Last First stnei.^Anaconda. Montana, ou Saturday, Au^^gust 1, MM, at 7:31 p. m. HBOTOBMcKUMKMi President.^M. J. rrizl'ATKit k. Secretary. For^sl^. Boaidinghouse on Broadway, doing^paying business; roveiiicinly situated;^a rate bargain. Adiiion Mar Ollk'e,^Granite, Mont. ssMsSW, Allpersona to whom usS late E. P.^Thomas was indebted, are rtipiested to^h ave iheir accounts. Stifled, w ith Fits.^Patrick A Sirickfaden, Anaconda. Mont.,^w no are also authorised to i o.icet all the^amounts duo or owing lb* sakl E. P.^Thomas.J. P. Tn^ MAS, JnhF.I'HII IKiMAB,^\\ M. K. 1 H' ^'*s. Smokersof the celebrated sad origlna'^^i i.t an Blossoms^ wul in tutors find^every cigar antl every box b: . .'led ^L.^Lillia.^ All other* are ct-nnieffssL L^Lillu, 1.1~ Mcond avenue, -V* lurk. TheyAle a F.su.l. ul fcsaall Boy* la a Preasyivsnlatown^Heading Correspoadeoce SL Louis Olobe-Dratio- craL Egcitcraentia running high in Temple,^a near-by village, and mothers have been^tilled with feelings of horror ever since^yesterday morning, when the citisens^awoke to find that a family had been vis^^ited during the nig In by a most unusual^and remarkable experience. The family^was that of John Keubright, engineer for^the Temple Furnace company. Sonic^weeks ago a colony of Norway rats wa^^discovered on the pr^ mines. They were^supposed to have their quarters in Un^^stable, but no m^. is c ^ul I I e found.^Whence tl.ey came no one knew, and their^presence was not mi-peeled until the^entire colony was found. Thejr were^large and ferocious, so much go tbat tbey^attacked the Bgmsa who found them, and^would probably have bitten Inm bad be^not driven them off with a club. For a^whole week after they were discovered^nothing wan seen of tin in, uud no traces^were loiiud until yenicrduy morning^William Kciibriglii, uged lo. and Paul, u^babe of 1* mouth*, son* of John HVu-^bright, and Willis Lint, aged 2^ years, hi*^grand son, slept together in a room^through which a large chimney passed.^Shortly before daylight the other six^tut mb.-rs of the family were awaked by^cries and shrieks of pain and tear. Tbeyrushed lo the rot m in which the^children sltpt jjst in time to see a dogen^or more hune rats escape thrtnigli a hole^which ihey had dug in the cnunney. A^hasty ^ x iiniiiutioii of ti e hoys showed^that tl c ferocious Uasts bad attucked^ami bin^ litem all. The fingers of Paul.^^ he baby, were chewed lo the first ) onl,^and ins hand* were severely Linen. Wil-^I a Lutx was hlt-cding from u dos-'ii^wounds ou the luce and earn, while the^feet und other portions of tb ^ body of^William Keubrigl.t were badly injured.^Dr. Hnyclt, the family physician, waa^called at once. The wound* were cautei^^ixcd and everything done to prevent^blood poisoning. The children are^still in great pain, and danger^is not passeti, although the wounds have^commenced' to heal. They are h dug^watched carefully by the doctur, but he^does not feel thai they are out of danger.^It appear* from iiivc-stigations mado to^^day that the ratshad colonig -tl in tnu sta^^ble, aud from there dug a tunnel to the^bouse, where they entered the huge chim^^ney, aud from there dug through to the^sleeping room, where they attacked the^boys. The rodents are described by^those who have seen them as being ol^unusual sise, over twice as large as tlie^ordinary rat, ami are said to lie so fierce^and strong thut no cat ami none but the^largest dog. dare attack them. Ina letter dated July c, MM, Dickens^ibu* referred to a penny caricature of^himself: ^1 hope you have BSSfJ a lurgtn-^lieaded photo, wdth litilo legs, represent^^ing Hie uuiiersigued, pen in band, lap- Iiiughis forehead to Knock an idea out.^t has just sprung up so abundantly in all^the shops that 1 atn asiiuuietf lo go ubout^town looking in ut the picture windows,^which is my delight. It seems to me ex^^traordinarily ludicrous, and much more^like than me tint grave tiguro done in^earnest. It made me lungti when 1 Ural^came upon it,until I shook again in open,^sun-lighted Piccadilly.^ ^He returned to^Gad'* Hill,^ writes his daughter, ^bring^^ing this with bun, and telling us that he^hud been so amused with it, and so fasci^^nated by il, tint king it'so irresistibly^funny,' that he stood looking ut it, roar^^ing with luugiiter, until he lieeame con-^sciou* of u large and fymiiutht-tic audi^^ence, laughing to heartily Srtta inm thut^ho had to beat u hasty retreat. A.'I. Playter, druggist, corner Main^^ml First atreet*. is sole agent for the^eei^ braird J. A. cigar, manufactured of^the choicest bavana Inliaceo. Plungebath open day ami night. West^l ark avenue. Anaconda. Trythe porcelain bath* at tlie plunge Is^ I- hfiiiae NOMORE BACK ACHE Oon'troNw t curis rf i^T[H I mTROUBLt'- m RKtntijf/)^ fottou tng Hotlct a^ rartd /^ (At HanFrtlHCltcit Chrtmu tu. )uAgr f*^hail BM |M Mhp at^out (wo WttCsV-^ti-1 it wa^ ii^^t until lh^ la-t thr**r ot^f^ ur tl.iya thut thr miilwlv took a MjML. (urn.^At thr tsrprinninc of hit illnr^^ he MilYrriM from^1 ' - it ^^ and iBMMCk titwm.rr I.atrr thr^ki itit y- rrfiiMtl to perform tlieii i ^^:^.;;* ai^*A^j In p.t-sr.t quietly away. Tim* ttwtost the 1if^*^! of imr of the mo^t prominent men in C*ll-^if'.rniv^ Like tlmunuinU of nth nit hi^ un-^, tttnt H death M the RMH ^1 ue^lccUat; tally^, t^)nipioti.t of kidney ditraae. aawawawaVI W YOU mm^^^are trouMetl with diat*ete-^, Riiivel. or nnv do^iiiikrrment of the kidney* or iinn.irv oryalia,^ihm't delay |^roner tteattnent untd yon are^I ti^icetl to |fire up yuur daJtv iluiien, awrt^w.fte \^ur money oil woiihlc* linimrnt*^i antI wni-kr p!.i^*t^ t*. tmt *^ttike at the ^*eat of^t !'i tli-vea^e at otu e hy u-ittx t lie ureatetst of fit^k i uti rcmediett, the * t-U-oratcd ^ ^i eg on Kid-^in \ Tea. It ha-* *avt*d thr live-* of tJi-n'-and*.^\\ h\ Hhould it not t ine v^u .' Trv it I'utrly^\i ^i table til pleaaaut to take, f 1 ,U0ii k-^i mgt, i l*^r $.^^^.. DSTES^ C0NNELL4 j4^MERCANTILE COMPANY. ILA. Ii At Ill't'U Whulesals sud KetaU^Bunt- city, MouLasa, WkTCX J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER AnacoxpaMontana. Watchmaker^ Jeweler ivealer in +DIAMONDS + All tirades of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. 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