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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST X, 1891.
TRAVELERSGUIDE TKAIXSAKKtVK 6:40A. St.^Prom I'.uttc^Bisnilard's Exprru. biuaA. M._i rum I mte^la'svcs ihh.'^i-j^^a. M., limn Bosr A. H , Muart ^ v, a. V ISittOI'. M. From llulli' ana liarrlaon-^J..^i^ Butte II JO A. M . Mlw-r Bow II 3.1 A^M . Musrt u.tii 1'. 11. Connects Hi Nu.nl witu^Hani allien iravet (iurruoa at IV JD A. M.,^l^ ^t Um1|^! II M A. U. 4iOUf Mstum l f|*'CUl- ^OS P. M.-Pu.ni i uitc^LMMS Butts 6-en I*.^a... silver B..w ^:li r\ M.. Miurt 6:10 C. M. 10:1A l^. M.^ I-ioiii IS itie .in I Harrison ^^11 lives Butte 1:15-P. M . Muart *u6 i'. M.^Leavva Ganisuu Siiil'. at., Ueur Lo^gi tiMI TKAINBDEPART: 4.4SA. M-Fur Unite-Ntaiidard's fxpres*.^^:lu A. W. ^Fur Uaintou Muart K:4i a. le^-r Uxlee 0 M A M . ti.irris.ia at 101 0 A_ M,^Hi** A. M ^ For llutle-htuarl at u tu A. M , buter Bow at luoo A. M., arriving at lluttj Mj*A M. x,60p. ^^^^For Butte and G*rrlson-l.c^va^Muart at i*m P M . arm^ in Bulla at J jo t*.^M , Harrison at MR SI. i43 P. M.-KS, liulU'-U-avuStiuutatT.-ajr.^al.. am\iug m llulm at ; :ti V. M. THtWEATMkR. Thedally record of the thermometer in^tbia city la reported by A. T. Playtor,^durggiat, corner Main and Kirat alreeta. Tliurecord for yeaterday wu: 7 u, m.,^60 decrees above; If in.. 6a decree* above;^4 p. in., ill degree* above; s p. iu., 78 de^^gree* above. ABOUTTHE CITY. Adance will be held at French hall tliia^evening. Charle*llouck, the real estate dealer,^has, up, to date, aold 18 lot* in the Ana^^conda addition to Keltic Fall*. Onaccount of the uliaencc of any racoa^in tins city thi* aenson, many Anaconi|au*^are taking in those held ill Llutte. TiiuNational union will hold a meeting^at A^sociutiou hall tins evening. All^lie Hilars are riquested to be in attend^^ance. I.uurelencaiupiiiciit No. 13., I. O. ^). F.,^will meet to-mglit at their hall in the^Standard building. A full attendance la^d^ aired. Thepast week lias been an unusually^lively otie in |^olice court circles. There^win an average of two or three trials^euch day. TheMontanu Union employe*'picnic,^to be held at Garrison ou August 16,^promises to be one of tho pleasautesl^events of the season. Ticket* are selliug^rapidly. Mrs.Shelley 'i'utile entertained about^2) ladies at her l'ark avenue residence^yesterday afternoon. A Kensington tea^was given and tho afternoon was passed mostenjoyaLily. TheKod anil Gun club will hold a reg^^ular shoot at its grouud* above the park^to-morrow ufiernoon. It is to be hoped^that the attendance will be larger than at^last week's shout. Thesecond uunual meeting of the^lioutder Flume and M^ rcantile company^will be held at tho office of F'uiPatrick ^^Sir.ckfaden, No. 2U5 Hast First street, at^7:3u o'clock this evening. Thereare but live patient* in St. Ann's^hospital now, fewer than at any time^in ihe history of the institution. The re^^sults are very satisfactory and speak well^fur the sanitary condition of the city. TheA. T. 1'iayter sun thermometer^broke all previous records for this aeasou^yesterday. The mercury registered 119 at^2 o'clock, a rise ill the temperature of 14^ilcgre.es over the record of the preceding^day. Thename of the Austrian who died^from injuries sustained by a falling tree^lust Muuday at Mill Creek was l'nu^Chainro aud not GVorgi* Powell as form^^erly stated. He was buried from his uwti^lu mi'. TheCopper lily wheelmen will hold^their regular weekly run to-morrow, al^^though no decision has been arrived at^as lo the puiut to be visited. Warm^Springs will prubably have the prefer^^ence. Thesuit of Fred H iiiiunl against Sam^Londry, to recover HA, alleged to be due^lor services as barieuiler at Londry's sa^^loon on the row, was decided by Judge^K'ickwell yesterday morning in favor of^the defendant. St.Mark's church, teutb Sunday after^Trinity. Holy communion at lu o'clock;^morning prayer ami sermon at llu'ciock;^evensong and sermon at 8 o'clock;^Sunday school and bible class at 2 :M. J.^C. Quinu, ri i' ior. Thepolice request owners of cows not^to forget tho fact that the ordinance^against allowing these animals to roam^ai largo *till in lorce and must be lived^up to. Any cow loiind luuiiiug loose^aoout the streets will be unpouuueJ. JamesKicliiu, Johu Toole and Colonel^Estes left on a six week's prospecting M^^pednion lo the K loleuai couuiry yester^^day. Dr. 11 ar.w iitimok will leave this^morning and w ill meet the party at Mis-^^oula. They look a very complete outfit^w nil tin in. Twomen worked out their poll tax on^the streets yesterday. Tho street and alleycommit**)* wish to have it plainly^tinder-iood that there is always room ten-^one more and those wishing to wurk out^their taxes rah hand in their names lothe^coiumitne. Thereis no ceria lily of the Standard^hail cluh going lo Orauite to play a game^there te-im rrow. as arrange ineut* have^not tieeti compleitd. li tin club remains^In the c ty a game may he arranged to^tnke place at Ihe park bciween the^b'.audards and amnlx r local team. Messrs.Hoot uiui Viii. yarl made a trip^U;^ the creek yesterday Ml look al a pros^^pect owned hy them. While th'-re they^thought it a pond idea to catch trout. Mr.^Hoot caught la-auties, hut hi* partner^wa* less lortiiuaie and only succeeded in^catching one little fellow, weighing three^ounces. A| any of la lies and gentlemen ma '.^a trip lo Lost Cli ck yesterday. The ,. /^was pleasantly passed, (lsinng l^^ .ng the^feature. The pariy was comp sed oi^Mr*. Wilkes, Miss H cl .^ - Mrs. Wi|.^hams ami Messrs. Matt llovek. C. \\ i|.^liaius. F.d Matilicw* and 'loin H etiards.^Mail H ^vek proved to he the cnarnp.ou^11 -In i wall of the party, capturing Oil line^trout. WHOGETS THE PIANO AButte losic Finn After Birry Flower,^toe Pawnbroker. THEIR AGENT HOCKED IT Mr. Flower Want* the Storage^Charges Settled, But It Is Con^^tended That He Was Com^^pensated by the Muslo. Areplevin suit brought by Van Orton^Kros. and Hhiuehart, music dealer* of^Butte, to recover a piano in the hand* of^Harry Fiower, the pawnbroker of this^ciiy, wa* tried before Judge H^ c'swell^yesterday afternoon. J. it Uoarman ap^^peared as attorm y for the plaintiffs and^J. C. English looked after the interest* of^the defendant. Fromthe testimony given by the differ^^ent (Witnesses it appears that the^plaintiffs gave a man named^\V. Geigcr authority to sell piano* in tins^city about eight months ago. Tho regu^^lar agent in the ciiy, however, was Mr.^Martin. Geiger came iuto the city, and^after run mug about for some time found^that he could not sell a Sboninger piano^at tho usual price, t'2'Mj. It appears that^when Ueigcr first came into town he was^a real n et young man, hut it wa* alleged^that he tell into the way* of the wicked^and began to drink aud gamble. Finally^he became desperate and decided to hock^tho piano. Going to Harry Flower he^informed htm that be bad a^piano on which be would like to realii^^some collateral. Mr. Flower wa* afraid^to lake the instrument, however, without^seeing Mr.Geigrr's authority to dispose^of it. Geiger went out and a little later^produced a document signed by the Uutte^firm giving him the authority to sell^pianos. Mr. F'lower finally arrived at an^agreement with Geiger, whereby he was^to give him the sum of 100 and take^charge of the iustruinetit. Mr. Flower^did not have any room to spare in his^shop, and had the piano moved to hi*^house ucross the street. A short time^after this occurrence Mr. Goiger found^himself in tiuut quarters and, it i* al^^leged, skipped, and nothing ha* since^been heard of him. Everythingpassed along quietly until a^few duvs ago, when the Uutte firm de^^cided that it wa* about tune thai they^had that piano themselves. Mr. Flower^was notified and said that he would give^up the instrument as soon as he received^pay for its storage for the past eight^month*. From the evidence given it^seemed that Mr. .Flower had been deriv^^ing considerable benefit from the piano^by having his wife play on it whenever^he felt like eujoyiug the sweet strains of^music. This, Mr. Uoarman contended,^would more than compensate for the stor^^age charges. The trial lasted all yester^^day afternoon, aud at times was very in^^teresting as the opposing altor eys had^several lively tilts. Judge Kockwell re^^served bis decision until 10 o'clock this^morning. PERSONALMtNTION. MarcusDaly arrived in the city last^night. Jame*MacFarlane came over from^Hutte last evening. Mr.and Mr*. D'Acbcul came over from^Butte last evening. M.Pelican of St. Paul was registered at^the Hotel Commercial yeaterday. J.B. l.osee baa returned from Butte^after witnessing the opening day's races. C.W. Kidgway, superintendent of the^Kocky Mountain Telegraph company,^came over from Helena yesterday. JamesChambers left for Hutte last^evening, where ho has accepted a posi^^tion with the Bunuer Mercantile com^^pany. M.S. Aschh. im, proprietor of the wel'^known dry goods house on Main street*^arrived in the city from Park City, Utah,^last evening. Amongother* registered at the Mon^^tana yesterday were: J. S. Proctor, St.^Paul; K. H. Crangle, St. Paul: C. S.^I'-her. Chicago; Jame* Shields, Elliston;^C. vV. Kidgway, Helena; M. S. Aschheim,^l'ark City, Utah. ruttingHsr OO-prlug tu Sleep. Thehundred* of visitor* who sur^^rounded the hippopotamus inclosure at^the Central park menagerie yesterday^evening aliout 6:80 o'clock were much in^^terested, say* the New York Sim, in the^behavior of Miss Murphy, the mother^hippopotamus. Thetender regard will) which mother*^of tho human species treat their young^differ* in degree, but not in kind.from the^solicitu e thut Miss Murphy has for her^young daughter Fatima. At the tune^mentioned the family, having solaced^themselves with an abundant evening re^^past, hud disposed themselves as best^suited their comfort. MissMurphy was looking thoughtfully^out between the bars of her cage, Fatim i^was pok.ng her nose about in the rem^^nant* oi their meal, aud Caliph had re^^sumed the bath. ThenMiss Murphy apparently la-pan^to grow uneasy. She walked up to F'aiima^and, opening her muulb to its fullest ex^tent, enveloped her daughter's head^therein, a* though she would swallow u^III one huge gu.p. Thespectators looked on in am la^^ment, and several faint-hearted women^cred uut in (right but Fatima with^^drew her head and looked around on the^throng with a broad sin le, winch seemed^to say: ^Never touched me. ThenM.ss Murptiy began to amble^slowly after her daughter. She followed^her clumsily about the c age, now and^then renting her huge chin on her hack.^After ht arnic the load for a brief space,^Fatima would struggle out from beneath^it and make lor the aojoiniu.' compart^^ment. Thither Miss Murphy, much^slower in her movements, followed, aud^the pero.i niiinee was repeated, when-^upon Fai ma adjourned to the first com^^partment. Thiswas kept up for a long time, the^daughter cleverly ^ lulling the mother,^who pulsed her stolidly from olio cage to^lie- other and back again. Finallythe young one evidently became^tired, for she iJrop|tcd on sum*' gra^* in a^corner of the cage and fell fust asleep.^Miss Murnby plunged down by her side^and collapsed in sleep ulso. Kcci^er^Holme* stiostquvntiy said thai tin* wa*^the Way M ss Murphy had of putting her^daughter to IkiI. M'auwhile, with the i xccption of the^upper part of In* head. Caliph wa* sut^-^mcigcd in the wat'r. w!e i.ee he viewed^Ins family with slowly blinking eyes, up.^parently consuleriug w he'her he should^join them in their nocturnal repose. A.'1 . I'layter. druggist, con*tff Main^ami First street*, is sole ag^ ut for the^ci M bruted J. A. cigar, inaMilaciured of^tin choicest havaiia IsJjeceo. Vesta Positionas waitress by th^ MM Marsh^sisters. Recommendations g veil. '1ry the porcelain baths at ksl plunge^lath house. DirMlaga T tie.^London, July 31.^The bouse of lords'^sitting a* a committee for privileges IBs^day, decided the remarkable aud historic^B' rkeley peerage cla in. The bouse de^^cided that Ham la 11 Mowbray Thomas^ilerkeley has established his claims to the^honor* and tlignitiesof the Earl of Ilerke^^ley and Viscount Uurs'ey. The claimant^alleged that the male and legitimate issue^of the ll fib Karl of I.. rkeley, who died in^1810, Is extinct, and thai he, he ngthe eld^^est male heir of the fourth earl, i* entitled^to the peerage lu questiou. II.A. It. I.srurslou.^For the Grand Army encampment at^Detroit, Mich., the Great Northern rail^^way hue will sell tickets from Hutte to^Detroit, M cii^ anil return for ()'^^ ^5. lick-^eta on sale July MM Ui31^t, inclusive,^limited for return to August l-'tb, hut can^la- extended al Detroit by joint agent at^l)i Iron up to September ftilll. Forrout -*, etc., en li at Great Northern^ticket office. In; Main street. (xpertrtire el * i unsrlsultous Woman^Mr. Wisdom^Dear Sir: 1 beg to thank^you for the dehgbtfiil and refreshing Hobcrtine^you so kindly sent me. 1^have used the toilet preparations of the^most cell Prated manufacturers of Lon^^don and Paris, but consider your ^Kober-^tllie^ their superior in point of purityand^excellence. Wishing you the untioiiiidcd^success you deserve, I remain, faithfully^lours, LmmaAmioTTi Stockholders'Alselmg.^The second annual iiii'etitig of the^Boulder 1 luiii^ i Mercantile company^will be held at the office of FillPatPtsfce)^Strickladeu, No. lift East First street.^Anaconda. Montana, on Saturday, Au^^gust 1, 1K!^1. at 7:3n p. m. HKOTOS.MoKlSMMi President.^M.J. rii/.l'ATitUK. Secretary. TheMontana I men M. u's l*irnlc.^Tickets are on sale for the railroatl em^^ployes' picnic which will be- held at Garri^^son on August in. The fare lor the round^trip has been placed al (1, including ad^^mission lo everything. Picket* can be^had of J. Lyons or at the sVsjsMh Fromf-- ^ to flUO huvs a lot in the Ana^^conda addition to Kettle Falls. Call^early and make selections. Three blocks^from school house. Terms easy. Apply^to Charles llouck. First street, kurs^ie or I \l ll.o!^ ForAnaconda real estate', eleven Fair-^haven lots. ItHpiire of Charles Houck. U A It. TheUnion Pacific Kailway company^will sell tickets from Montana point* to^Detroit. Mich., and return on account of^(j. A. K. encampment for 105.75. See^nearest agent for particular*. Ior Kent. Twohandsome offices in the Standard^building. Taken before breakfast,^ because It^will give sesj an appetite', regulate the^bowels and cleanse the system of all im*^purities^Dr. Henley'* Enghili Dandelion^Tonic. PlungeMath open day and night. We*t Parknveiitie. Anaconda. Noticeof Dissolution cf Partnership. 1lie Hi in her. f if oi r(i -line uuuer Hie name^anil -i) ie of Naitit r as iiofliuan do.ti* business^lu the fill o AuiiCouiU, Is IBM ilay il.lsso.li-d by^mutual eeliseot. Hated^t Ausconila, Mi nt , till* .'-t i day of^July, IKU._. _ BOMtjrTNAOI I K.^HKI..MAN Hull MAN. MiiCe*. Allpersons to whom the late E. P.^Thomas was Indebted, are requested to^leave their accounts, verified, with Fii*-^l'atr.ck ^ Strickladeu, Anaconda, Mont.,^who are also authorised lo collect all the^amounts due or owing the said E. P.^Thumaa.J. P. Thomah. JosH'HH I HOMAft, \tm I Thomas NOMORE BACK ACHE R*cer\tl$the foltou tnq katk* artratt* /^ tft^^Sitn Franotco Chronnis. JuAgr fthatl l*rrn m* k only tfk*Ml two wrrkvHtlil It wik not 1111111 tttr l.t-t' Of fur ti.iy* thut itir m.i.a^tv t^^ ^k IwHlM turn.^At ihr hV^tnniiiir ^t U\^ illn**** he *uttf ir^i from^^' ii-'t's mui ifMMCfc .!-^''^! I.:itrr Ihr^kmmtj I rcfu*^n. tu im t im in then fundi. iMMtp quietly^Wt TtMMtmM the life oftine oi the moil |^t,intiuetil nun in C.iU^for it ia ^ Like thou*.m.t* of oihci- Ml ^in-^ti-ut \ .!e.ith w^^the r* ^ult of ue^lcctiug iM ly^j ^^iu|^:otut^uf kulney IF YOU ^^nre troi.Mrtl with illahetr*, R:.tvel. or nnv ^1t^-^feWlgi m*nt of the kitlue\ ^^ or ut iuary ut^.ina,^1 thnt't ttel.iv MMt trt.iltnrnt until you are^loreetl U^ give uji wiir dttUv dutiet. thnt't^w.i-te vour money on woftMrM Imitin ut^*^ami w i i jil.is.terK. tmt strike ut the Meat of^: til - iltM-u^e ut oner t^y iimiik the ere.ite*! of ell^I known rcmrttie*. the t ^lelirated * ^f^am K(4^^m y Tea. It ha^ ^avt i| Ihe Itvei t^f th'^ti- in.U^U'hv .houU it n.'t cure you * Try it Turely^i t i^itabic ami plcaa-aut to lake. JLuOujia. k-^p^t^Wor^^*^ DSTES^ C0NNELL4 Ia .l#l*ti/^^ I l'Tit T-^ /-^/\%lT^ s ^ MERCANTILECOsMPANY. RA. D'ACHl'tTU^Ban* aty. Montana. Wi.olfsam mil Krtali J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER amacoxda Muni ana. Watchmaker^ Jeweler Dealer In +DIAMONDS . ^Ah U ratios of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Coeds, Sdverware, Etc H.SHORT, FuelH^ Ah icoO'ta, [l|i|M)ilf the |t('C-Hi\t'. PIANOS^ ORGANS, Hn.er^^MfJTlM SIAI IIINKS^For !^ai* or Hent. THISWEEK WEWILL RUN ON LADIES'SHOES.^MISSES' SHOES.^CHILDREN'S SHOES^BABY SHOES.^MEN'S SHOES.^YOUTHS' SHOES.^BOYS' SHOES -AND -^KIDS' SHOES. NoReason togo^Barefooted Evenif^You re Not Working. 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. 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^lialbriggan, fancy and solid colors in^Balbriggan. GENTSHOSIERY. Blackand fancy Silks, Silk plated, solid and fancy^striped Lisle Halt Ho^-e, Ingrain Cotton, hand^seamed hi^jh spliced heels. British Balbrig-^gan and many intermediate grades. Neckw D.J. Beooesy Mercantile Co. TIILLATEST AND NEWEST STYLES^NOVELTIES AND OurClothing and Furnishings wili bear clo^e inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated. ANACONDABRANCH.