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TOTANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST is. MP.
3 #-hucusr TRAVELER'SGUIDE numA^HivB 6i50A. M ^ From Kulte-Btandard's Express.^tiOO A. M.^I IUU1 lulle-Leeves lluttealniJU A.M., Silver Bo* 8:19 a. M , Muart *:^^ a. M.^111*0 R M.-From Btute sua t.nrrUou- loavesButle 11M a. VI.. Mlver Bow llfl A. M..btiun 12:01 r M. Connects ilMuut witu trainwhich leaves (iarrison m Mi:w A. at., VrttLodge 11A. At.^4iOO K M^Muart special. 1^* P. M.^Kium i.uite^ Leaves Butte 5 0,lR^^^.. Mlver B^w 6:ii ft .\L. Muart t.-w f. M. IOiISf. St.^ r'rom Butt* ^ud liurnson-^liaves Butte ^:1j P. M , Stuart ^M f. M.^J*ave^ Uarrlton l:ttl^. at, Deer Lo-Jg^ as* trainsDEPART 4.4.1 A. M -For Butte^.standard's Express.^k:Oo A. M.^For Uarrison^Btuart ^:4 i a.^^ Hrrr Lodge V .MA. M , Harrison at Ml: 0 A. M,^Vino A. M For Butte^Muart at no A M, su\erbow at low a, at, arrivwg at Bulla i0.-20A. M. 180 ^^ ^i.^For Butte and Usrrtson^ Leavs^Stuart at law F M . arrive* in BuUa at 3*^ f- .M , Harrison at strip. M.^*^i^S f. at.-Fui muii- l-rave Muart at 7:081*.^at, arriving in Bulls at 7 ^*^ P. M THfcWEATHtR. Thedaily record of the thermometer in^this city ia reported by A. T. Playter, drug-^gist, conier Main and Firat atroeu. The^record fur yesterday waa: 7 a. ru., 48 de^grees above; 12 nr., 06 degrees above; 4^|j. m., 82 ilegreea above; 8 p. nr., 71 de^^cree* above. ABOUT THfc. CITY. St.Mark's Church^ Evening prayer at^8 o'clock. You are cordially invited.^Kev. Dr. J. C. Quinn, rector. TheLadies' Guild of Si. Mark'a church^will meet at the home of Mrs. Jubn Mer-^r II, 011 Oak street, at 2 o'clock to-mor^^row afternoon. Theladies' society of the Presbyterian^church will inert this afternoon at the^homo of Mrs. Dr. Rockefeller on Uak^street. ' ColfaxIndite No. 20, 1. (). O. F., held a^regular weekly meeting at its hall in the^Standard building last evening. The^meeting waa an enthusiastic one. Theaun thermometer at A. T. Playter's^store registered 113 degrees at 2 o'clock^yesterday afternoon, a rise in the temper^^ature of 4 degrees Ironi the corresponding^hour on the preceding day. Anacondalodge. No. 22, A. O. TJ. W^^will hold a regular meeting at its hall in^the Anaconda association building this^evening. A full attendance is requested,^as business of importance will be trans^^acted. Judgingfrom the large number of^tickets which have been sold for the^Dune Knights of Pythias picnic at Deer^Lodge u^-mi^rrow, this city will be well^represented both by local King 11 is and^their lnenda. J.Clark was arrested by Chief Pickls^yesterday afternoon at bia home on Cedar^atrcot for being drunk aud being abusive^to his family. Clark waa locked up, and^will bo given a hearing before bis honor.^Judge Kockwell, to-^lay. TheMontana Union employes have^chanced the date of their picnic from^August lli to August 23, to be held at Gar^^rison. Tile change was made to avoid a^coi.flict with the Miners' Union picnic,^which occurs on Sunday. Dr.Loiter had the pleasure yesterday ofintroducing to Mr. and Mrs. J. K.^'i'avernia of Lost Creek, a fine boy, who^inline liately preempted the ranch, and^subscribed for the Standard. Mother^and child are doing well. Theinfant child of Mr. and Mrs. Con^Me.vim, of F.rst street, which died last^Saturday, was buried en Sundsy after^^noon at 2 o'clock. The funeral took place^from the faniny resilience and was at^^tended by a number of friends. Theauthorities are after dogs without^I reuse taps, and owners of these animala^should areure a collar and pay the dog^license, otherwise they will find their un-^iiiiuU in the pound, and it will be neces^^sary to pay a flue 10 secure their release. WilliamH. Lester, a stepaon of George^Lump of Mill Creek, was buried yester^^day afternoon at 6:40 o'clock at the cem^^etery in this city. The boy died of diph^^theria yesterday morning about 6:80,^^ud was 8 years 10 months aud 2 days^old. GeorgeElston says that if the parties^Who took two bill boards from the corners^of Third and Main streets will return^them nothing will be said, but unless this^is doue at once the guilty parties will get^themselves into serious trouble, as they^are known. Thework of changing the c ourso of^Sheep Gulch creek is progressing favora^^bly and is over half completed. With^favorable weather the work will probably^be finished this week and taxpayer* will^have no further trouble from a nui sance^which baa been in existence for a long^time. GeorgeLindsley and A. E. Whipps^leave this morning for Blackfoot on a^trip of several weeks. The time will be^spent in fishing and hunting and it ia^rumored that each of the gentlemen have^promised to present each of their many^lriendswith a bear's claw for a watch^charm 011 their return. Thefiremen's tournament will be held^at Boseman September 23 and 24. The^tournament will bo open to the atate to^contest for, and the prises will aggregate^91.000. Anaconda should certainly be^represented, and a fund should be raised^to ^le.ray tho expenses of the hose com^^pany to Boseman aud return. Aparly composed 1 f E. h. Dawson of^Butte, K. M. Grelg, George Welcome and^Frank Stebbins left early yesterday morn^^ing for the Blackfoot country on a^month's trip. 1 he psrty left in a covered^wagon which contained everything from^poker chips to a fryiug pan. Hunting and^lisbiiig will bo the chief sport aud salute-^meut on the trip. R.M. Greig waa in anything but a^pleasant frame of mind yesterday and it^was all caused by the loss i f his imported^dog Zip. After searching the city with^^out finding the dog. the aid of Constable^S ebbins and t U. Dawson of Butte waa^gained. The doj was found about nine^miles down the valley, at Ben Croes-^wlute's bouse, where he has been kept^uutil recently. bHOTtm I Hi NlCK. TheHaa Who Bat isw sheeting Kaepowd^ts ate la Haute.^On Friday afternoon of last week a^man named D.-wer, ^ former resident of^ibis city, who is proapeciii g for the^Granite Mountain Mining company, was^-hot in the neck while engaged in a^quarrel with bis partner. The man who^^lid the shooting baa Dot been arretted^aa yet. and be ia reported to be in Butto.^^^sheriff Qu gley waa in the city yesterday,^and in conversation with a Standard re^^porter said that he wished to make a^stattment in regard to the affair at^Gran ts. Mr. Quigley said: ^A great many^people will, 01 course, blame me for not^making the arrest of the man who shot^Dewer. The facta in the case are that^immediately on bearing of the shoot it g 1^sent a telegram to Dan McLeod, deputy^sber.ff at Granite, telling him to investi^^gate the ease and pases the man who did^the shooting under arrest. Through^some mistake he failed to do this. The^man left town at once and ia reported to^be in Butte at the present time. As nesr^as I can find out the scrape came about^through a bar room flgbt. Dewer and^bia partner were drinking. They became^engaged in a quarrel over some trivial^matter and began to hammer each other^111 good style. Dewer, it appears, had the^beat of the fight, and when the men were^separated bia partner went out aud, get^^ting a gun, returned and abot Dewer^through tile neck. The arrest should hsve^been made aa ordered. It can plainly he^seen that the fault does not rest with me.^It ia not too late to make the arrest yet,^however, and this will be done at once. CHARGED WITH FORGERY. JamesIII IB^ Will Ue Fiaeed oa Trial To^^morrow^Smuggled Chlaese. Specialto the standard. CheatFalls, Aug. 11.^Ths prelim^^inary examination of James Isliff,^charged with forging a check on J. W.^Cornelius, a few days ago, will take place^on Thursday. Isliff is an old effender.^having served a term in the penitentiary,^and be stands a good snow of going back^to his old quarters. UnitedSlates District Attorney Weed is^in Fort Benton, examining the nine con^^traband Chinamen captured last Wednes^^day night while attempting to get to safe^quarters in Choteau county. The exam^^ination will be conducted to-morrow. Therewill be a trotting race at the race^track Wedneaday afternoon for ^ purse^of 1100. A FLOAl ER FOUND. WhatWaa Picked Up la Iks Klver Kear Livingston,fipeelal to the Standard. Livingston,Aug. 11.^The body of a^man was tound in the river about eight^miles below Livingston to-day by M. L.^Baber. Acting Coroner Hosford was no^^tified and instructed the undertaker to^bring the body to this city so that an In^^quest may be held. The body is sup^^posed to be that of William Barnes, who^was drowned near this place about two^weeks ago. All of the men who were on^the boat with Barnes at the time be was^drowned have left Livington, and it will^be bard to identify the body as that of^Barnes unless something is found to^prove tbe identity. AtWsrm springs.^A basket picnic will be given on Satur^^day at Warm Springs by tbe Valley folks.^It will begin at 4 o'clock in the afternoon^and run until midnight. Tbe public is^invited and a fine time promised for those^attending. Good accommodations will^be furnished for teams and good music^has been secured for dancing, both for^the afternoon and evening. People in^this city looking for a fine day'a outing^could not have a better opportunity than^this picnic affords. K.el F. PIcdio.^The Knights of Pythias nsvsr do a^thing by halves and their picnic at D -er^Lodge on Thursday is going to be a great^success. Tbe members of Anaconda^lotlge will leave witb their friends at 8:20^a. in., connecting at Stuart with tbe train^bearing tbe Kulgnta irom Butle. Tbe^round trip will be only 12. children II.^Tickets can be obtained from Mr. Bee be^at the depot. A cordial invitation ia ex^^tended to all citiaens of Anaconda. PaRbONALMENTION. T.J. Morton of Chicago was registered^at the Hotel Commercial yesterday. SheriffJ. T. Quigley came over from^Deer Lodge yesterday on buainess. TommyLeary and Dick Campbell came^over from Granite last evening on a brief^visit. Mrs.L. G. Smith went over to Butte^yesterday to apend a couple of daya with^numerous frienda. Mrs.Roger Edwards left for the Na^^tional park yesterday afternoon, and will^be gone for aeveral weeka. Mrs.E. B. t'atliu returned from Butte^yesterday after an enjoyable visit with^many friends in the Silver city, Mrs.M. H. Brown of this city has gone^to her former home in Indianapolis and^will apend several month* with ber rela^^tives and friends. Amongthose registered at the Montana^yesterday were: J. E. Bloom, St. Paul;^D. E. t'onbatin, St. Paul: S. M. Nixon,^Butte; VV. M. Shepherd, Helena; John^Kwnen, Cincinnati; J. A. Wilmot, Sin^Francisco; W. C. Hollman, Philadelphia. Tek.nI'p. Twomares, one branded J. P. upside^down on right shoulder, left sbou'oVr J.^M., tbe other with bridle bit on left hip,^one sorrel borse branded with wrench on^left shoulder. Owner can have aaiue by^proving property and paving expenses. GH. ADAMS,^French Gulch, near Anaconda. Strat ed or stolen.^Ons sorrel horse, white spot on fore^^head and one white strip on nose,^brsnded (5 on right shoulder, and also^saddle marks. One sorrel horse, branded^B on left hip; left hind foot white, $20 fur^their return 10 Mrs. Kobert Fenuer, Ana^^conda, Mont. TheMontana t'uiun Mrs'* Flenle.^Ticket* are on sale for tbe railroad em^^ployes' picnic which will be held at Garri^^son on August 18. The fare tor the round^trip has been placed at i 1, uclu'ling ad^^mission to everything. 1 icketa can be^had of J. Lyons or at the ^U pot. tatlilubable ilrfsauishlng. TbeMisses Johnson hare Just located^at tbe corner of Birch am! F urth street,^where tbey will be glad to meet the ladies^of Anaconda who desire to secure ele^^gantly fitting garments. Kmlee. Membersof Acacia lodge. No. 33, A. P.^^ A. V!., are requested to meet at Masonic^hsll August 16, at 7 o'clock p. m , to at^^tend church. Visitingbrethren cordial!r invited to^attend.E. S. JJaxutll, W. M. W.C. Converse, Secretary. EastGreat Falls Townaite Co. At tin^great fail* of the Missouri river. Th^Minneapnlia of Cascade county. Lots for^s^le, 60x160, tUtt, Tcrmsessy. Offices^^l$M Second street. Great Falls: 88 Grano^a**^^*^, East Great Falls; 111 Broad'^Nsw York City. away. From186 to 1100 buys a lot in the Ana^^conda addition to Kettle Falls. Call^early and make selections. Three blocks^from school bouse. Terms easy. Apply^to Charles Houck. First street. A.T. Plsyter. druggist, corner Main^and First streets, is sole agent for tie^celebrated J. A. cigar, in Anaconda,^manufactured of tbr choicest bavana l^ -^bacco. PlungeDa in open day and night. West^Park avenue. Anaconda. SacredHeart Academy OCD8N,UTAH. Colddc Ifd by the Sisters or the Holy Crass. lsshoarding and day srhool devoted to th* ^dn-^ratlnn of toting lad rs slid little girlt. In adui-^uon to s inoruu.li nrictirai Kngtuut course asd^Latin, rlaste* in 1 ookkeerdDg. typewriting BBS^shorthand are conducted alter TheMost Approved Methods. Frenchand Grrmau are optional stutUos. Besidesthe elements of drawing, which *r^^^taught 111 all the iluses private pupils ^n the^sn d o r^-ceive instiuetlon hi t'isyou, P^^i, l.^I a nt ng in oil ami Water 10:01, on China,^bilk, satin and Velvet. INTHE MUSICAL DEPARTMENT lessonsare given In vocal music and on plann,^harp, organ, violin, zltlier, uianuolln and gul ar. Kpecialclaasrs In fancy work, art, mate, etc.,^have beeu formed fur ladlot resld.ng ui tue^city. Studieswill be resumed September 1.^For further particulars apply to SISTERSUPERIOR. Ogden.Utah. VXk. BOOB, BL bl BBOWNLBB. B. c. CBtAXL^MABOUS DALY. r. ^^ '^^^^^ H0GEBR0WNLEE 4 CO, B-H-N-K-6-R-S. BUTTSCITY. WONT.. Transacta general banklag business, Kx.^changs drawn on all LUs leading a Has of^auropa Collections Promptly Attended To, NOMORE BACK ACHE (IK T ^iff, I mif-1 9mmFranciMce Cttromct*. *4Tudfi^ %had been *u V only about 1wo| week*,and it wii not until thr |^afl thire or^four days that the malady to k a aarjow turn.^At the beginntn|t;of hi* illnr** hr aunVird from^diabetes and ^tomach diaordcr l .tirr the^kidurys refu*ed to )^^furm their tt*^ n^ ,md^hr passed quietly away. Tim* rmlrd the life^nf one uf the most prominent men in CauV^tWniii ^ Like thousand* of othei* hi* un- itimely death wa* the result of uegievung caily |symptom* of kidney disrsse. ssssssssssssIP* VOU ss^s^^^ssss-aa 'are troubled with diabetes, era eel. or any dr |rangement of the kidneys or urinary orajana. ,eJiiM'f delay proper tre^tmrut uutil you are^forced tu give up your daily duties; Httn't Iwaste your money on worthiest liniments 1and worse plasters, hut strike at the aeal of^the disease at once by UMnp t he wrerttest of r^U^known remedie*. the celebrated Oregon Kid^^ney Tea. It ha* saved the live* of thou^and^. !Why should it not cure you } Trv it. I'utely^vt ki( table and pleasant to take. $l.uOa pa*.k- |iu^c, i for JLS.OO. Rsi. DACHEUUCity, MootttJlat \Nboieiala and ftetall J.^ C. ^ KEPPLER AXACOXDAatOXTAXA. Watchmaker^ Jeweler Dealer In +DIAMONDS + ail tirades of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Coeds, Silverware, Etc H.SHORT, Finltt., AnaeoBda, Oppositethe Rtf-Hivc.^PIANOS ORGANS, IsBger annasmachine* 1-ir sale or Unit. rorrespondenu. Wens, Farce at Oa., New^Tork; Well*. Fargo st (Jo,, bait Lake: Wsua,^ft t o., Kan Francisco; umalia MsitoaaT^First Nauooal Bank. he 1 tUiaXtiaXIONAL BANK. AX. Noticeof Dissolution cf Partnership. 1lie firm bet rtuforrsx tinw unuer the name^and - ) it- of Nagli r ft iiofliiMn. do ng lm^inr*s^In thecltr 01 Anaconda, is ^tits day dissolved by^ii niu.il content. Hatedet Anaconda, Mum., tbts 28tb day of^JgtaUawL FOBKRTN AO 1.1 R.^HK 1.51 AN llotl MAN. PassDp Mr Tickets. Wearc still scattering SHOES Forlower prices than the raw material would cost. Children'sGrey Mixed Underwear, full line of sizes,^35 Cents Each. Men'sShirts, 50c, worth $1.25. Men'sShoes, Si per pair. You can't match them at^the price. Men'sHeavy-tap sole forjfi. PrintWrappers, 75c. Ladies'Toe Slippers, 75c. Misses'Kid Shoes for $1.50. BabyShoes, 50c. JobLine all Linen Torchon Laces at the uniform^price of 10c per yard, worth 25c. Haveremaining over a few White Lawn (heavily^embroidered) Droscs which we otter YourChoice for $5.00. Wouldnot pay for the trimming. DSTES^ CONNELU J_J^MERCANTILE COMPANY. CLOTHING. Thisdepartment has a new and attractive appearance^by the elegant display of imported and domestic^Cloths to be found in our Suitings of thr^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. 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 in^Balbriggan. 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. kwear, THELATH ST AND NEWEST STYLES AND^NOVELTIES PassDp Your Tickets. D.J. Hennessy 1 ANACONDABRANCH. OurClothing and Furnishings will bear close inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated.