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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORWIMO, AUGUST ta, 1801.
THEGREAT NORTHWEST
IiteresllogHappen ngs in This, (be^World's Ids: Favored Section.
TWOSTAUL-STRUCk BABIES
Mr.Price Shedding His Skin-Treed^By ^ Bear-A WaihinKion Lou
Drifts to Australia ^^Idaho Marble.
PocatellocU ni^ tft 0 souls.
Julg~u Miller was a. j i ltieil insane at^bhoslioiiu la^t we.-k uiul taken to tile^asylum at U acktoot. Mr. Miller lia^^been one of the fiir^iin^M attorney* of^tbat county, ami Ml mania If sti|i|mM.-il
10bare liceti lirunirlit N by ixie^^ive^drink.
TbnKom ImiiI siool shipment i* now^Anally il.ili.'.l up anil amount* in i lurl^figures to l.^-.',Mt^ r* innls. an inerin-e of^ii,4-l pound*over laitl eeaaoii'a slni m lit.^Tin re 1* no cniilii tli.it tin- year's figure*^will be larsely aiiiriiieiile'l ^^ *l ^^ar, bh^tbe nunila-r of aiieep tribiilary to Una^point la la ins ureally inireaseil.^ -U./^ .1^City Journal.
A.II. Hob Tin I might in yesterday a^doicn or more specimens of inarlile from^III* quarry 111 I'Hkiia county, say* the^Hailey \rns Mtntr. These ^-|^i i'linens^are eacb ol a nilIYretit tint or shade, anil^all of a very MBJS polish. This marble^ban Ih-i'Ii assayed, ami f inei as in-ar lie-^nit! aheolutely purees any yet iliaeotreretl,^Ih-ihu i -It per rent, pure marliS*.
Say*tbe Wallni-c. Idaho, I'm*: 'Hie^baby tbat wan practically abandoned by^tbe mother in K ^^i Wallace a mull'Ii or^ao ago anil adopted by Mr., K. It. Duncan^duil on Saturday. Ibe fatlar bail uli.m-^^loneil tin- inotber ami tbe motlier fell 110^love for her chilli. .Ma- aUo left tbe^town win n she hail found Mime one to^take care of the little one. Such un^^natural cotnluci is rare.
Sometune ago a *ea captain in tbe Pa^^cific const traile vmiteil Aiiatraba anil^there haw a largo log which wa^ being cl^^ammed by the iieoplenf that country an^a great curiosity, says the Siiobomi-b^A'.w. '1 bey were at a loss to know wnat^the lettering on the log mean!, ami con^^sulted tie- aforesaid sea captain in rela^^tion thereto. Hut he could m^t inform^them, ami having iM'Come aomewhat in^^terested himself, made up Ins miml to^learn from whence the log came, Im-Iiov-^Ing it to be fn 'in lone point on this coast.^Upon Ins return to this country he la-gnn^making unpinies, ami at last found a^boom. ^il|H^riiitemieut at l'ort (xamble^who informed him of the meaning ol the^brand, II II, wh.eh showed the log to Im ^^long to lllackiuan liro*. of Snohoiuish.^The testimony at band woulil mh-iii to^warrant the assertion that one of lllaek-^man llros.' logs had f^ ti'id its way from
Iberiver into the sound, tin t into the
seaand ai r ^sa the ocean lor a distance^of over O.i^Hi mile* before being picked up^on the coast of Australia.
JohnI'rico, ^ hotbeds hi* skin once a^year, ^uys Urn I.ramie Mnr, m iinilergoitig^an operati'iti umler the din etion of Dr. J.^M Siigh. It 1* a known fact that 1'riee^bee. mes feariiilly sick on the Ji h day of^July, between the hour* of and '.I p. m.,^and in this re*|^ect did not vary from the^rule this year; but 111 the iiiatti r ol sheil-^tlmg he is now uuili rgoing a siege of ills-^cemfort never iicfore ex|^erif need. 'J'be^usual tune i* three duys; ibis year it has^taken bull 14 days. 'J'be o|icra!ion i* not^altogether pallillll, hut of a peculiar sell-^aatioti. He is bathed in oil and i* kept^|icrfcctly warm duriug his roiillttemcnt.^The first dermi* is removed from the^body, it then taking nil upward and^downward course. Hie hotly skin i*^about as thick as tissue pai er, and that^of tbe bauds and feet nearly ^ no-sixteenth^of an inch. The past two weeks lias been^unusually cold, to w hich diet may be a*-^enbed his lengthy confinement. The skill^came olf l.y piecemeal, and not ill whole,^a* heretofore.
Saystin* IWf-lu'e'/torMorr: lVar! Moore^ami l't O'-h* t ary, both lutle girls lit year*^of age who-e parents live in North^Seattle, rati away from home Thursday^afternoon, hut they were caught in^Tacoiua the same day and relumed to^Seattle last evening. Pearl liv s at 2-1^liatlery street with her mother and step^^father, wti^-e name in (_'. K K land,^l'liebe's father ti ed, but her inolbcr rou-^ilticl* the Avon hslguig house on front^street, neat l edar. Hie little girl* have^been playmate* for ouie time and lit the^rear of the premise* of Mr. Koland they^have bet 11 running an iimati-ur theater.^They concluded thai there was only one^calling for II.em in lib^the stage.^They were seised with a wild idea^to run away, astonish the world with^their genius and in a mouth ^ r^two return home to their astonished par^^ents with their pocket* full g| gold. They^saved up enough money 10 take them t^^^Tacoma, anil Thursday afternoon they^quietly wi ll! on houlil the steamer Otto**^and bought t ckets to that city. The^children's parents did n ^i 111 s* them un^^til evening, and when li.' o'e nek arrived^with still no sign of the g rl-, Mr. Koland^went to pol.ee headquarters and notified^Ibe detective*. It wa* learned yesterday^^Horning that the children had purchased^tickets on the titter, and Mr. K oland ami^a tleteclivc immediately went to Tacoma^on the steamer llassul . They saw a^liaggagetnaii at the llassalo's wharf and^lb. y a*kvd him uhout the lutle girls. ^1^saw two little girls come in on the Otter^last night,^ he said, ^and a detective^concluded to take them in tow.*' Mr.^Koland went immediately to , .lice head^^quarters and th.-re he liiiinil the children,^most frightened to death ami very |^eiii*^lent. They had s|ieiit the night in weip.^itig, ami wire very glad to gt.| l,.,eU^lioiuc. Amateur performance* 111 Mr.^Upland's back yard will be il.seoiitinued^lor the pn sent.
JohnIt. l.aycock, a house painter, was^treed by a hcaral Uriohton lleacb staii ui,
011the Kaiuii r avi tine ihctric line,^south of tb - Slsy, sav* the Seattle i'osf-^InlrlligetiC^, la I Wednesday afternoon,^ami ullhougli 'Mr gbtetie 1 out of a year's^growth^ at the t.tii^, now n bites the^^ lory with |MI cum.^ us a Mas] J kc on^himself. Mr. I.im-. i U hud h en paint^^ing Bver.lt Bsallh'a collage at llrightoii^lh aeh. hut Wednestlay Msfl went lo the^stati hi to paint the little J', i-tlake build^^ing erected there to serv^ us a waning^riKiiu. ^1 miis painting tie- -hinglea on^the side * f the house,^ sa d Mr. Laycock,^leliltig tbe si, rv, ^when 1 heard a noise^in a fir tree about Si leel asuy. I looked^up and saw a big black b ar stiiniiiug^down tbo tree, wtih bis longue lolling out^As soon as Uv reached ibe ground he
startedfor me. I didn't watt a moment.^I jumped inside (he waiting room,^slaiuuied the door abut and put down tbe^windows. I piled my nanus against tbe^do. r and stood there trembling with fear,^wbde I heard lbs bear some up the side^^walk and promenade about the platform^in front of tbe bouse. The twards creaked^under hi* weight, which could not have^been leas than i*JO pound., and^eveiy minute I cx|HCled bun to^break dowu the door or come^through tbe window. 1 was so excited^and frightened that I did not know what^to do. finally old bruin came to one of^the windows and looked in. In the desper^^ation of fear I stood before the window^ami waved my arms frantically at him.^crying: 'tio away! 1'lease go away !' To^my great J ^y be turned and mode lor the^edge of the timber, 40 or a) feet away.^Then he turned and stood glaring at me.^1 dared not go out for fear be would re-^1 urn, and fur a full hour 1 stood in the^bouse, quaking Willi fear, until finally an^electric car came along. I i.i In'i stop to^lltiish my j .li, but, dropping my overall*,^jumped aboard ami came to town. I went^out yesterday and worked for awhile, but^kept the win ows o|ien so I could Jump^inside on the shortest notice. I know^people may laugh at me for beiug afraid,^hut let them be placed ill my tlx and they^will lv glad enough to seek cover.^ Mr.^I. ii cock says that several persons have^Ims 11 disturbed by tear* in this vicinity,^and that Mr*. Kverctt Smith passed by^the. station only a short time before tbe^bear made his appearance.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Iin unit In whs lii Jiaarket Valass oa the^Block In hangs^Ki tv York, Aug. 11.^The slock market^opened dull. A slight rally took place^early in the day, but it was not main^^tained, a* 111 later dealings there wa* ^ x-^treme weakness. Union Pacific wa* fell^by the entire list. The market closed^quiet and heavy, at about the lowest^prices of the day.^Government bonds, easier.^( losing sti rks:^I'.K ^' reetrtereit HGS N. W. preferred..
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Lulus\ Nash
Michigant etitrai.
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ItoslonsliM k Market.^I osion, Aug. 11.^The following were
tin.closing tpioiation*:
Ahli t. I ck Is;
Ateaatfk imi giu
ai1i1S^ I |ik ISlll'U.^UulllUgllHI H
Celt,t'ntlt.. .. IH^* IhjiiiI Serip
lit taor. ti mis
saillllego 16
MailerMarket.
Kr.WYOKK, Aug. 11 ^Money on call^easy : closed oil crod - per cent.
I'ninemi reautile paper, .V'4'T ' \ 't per^cent.
Sterling 1 xebangs ^ Steady; uo-day^bill*, ftfs 't H in tud $l.sj'4.^liar HTM 1, sttjj
LunitnuMoney .ttsrksl.
London.Aug. 11.^''losing. Consols:^Money, '.i1,,' do account. 't.JJ; L'lilted^Slates 4's, UM| 4'..., H:iy,
liarsilver, 1.1 '4.1, per ouuea.
Money,J4^i 1 ^ |ier cent.
1'elreleaiaMarket,^New York, Aug. 11. ^ Petroleum^closed 64H
gajYork Wool Market.
Nf.wYotik. Aug. 11.^Wool steady; do^^mestic fleece, ;ot^;.7e.
PhiladelphiaWool Market.^PliiI.adh.rnia. Aug. 11.^Wool, quiet;^Montana Hue, l'.y -^e; territorial, line,
Wttl'lc.
llo*tanWoo! Market.^Horton, Aug. 11.^Wool^The demand^is good and ibe market steady; in terri^^tory wool there bat been large aales of^flue on a scoured basis of 5^(aik).-.tor fine;^.^^^( 1for flue medium and .'i.ltj^^'^e. for^medium. Texas, California aim Oregon^^ ^ul, aro in fair demand and steady.
THE NEW YORK MARKS f.
tlosing Quotation, (or* Metal* sad Mining^^lock*.
NiwYullK, Aug. 11.^Tbo closing quo^^tation* lor to-day are:
topper, t in sail Lead.^Nf.w York, Aug. 11.^Copper^Dull:^lake. An Hit, f 11 UO.^la-ad Quiet; domestic. $4 47' t^Tin ^Ka-ier; straits. $'M 00.
TkTOTlrlOF AI'I'l.lC tnOM 1(^ CCt TIM^it IIKK.-laaecorusiusr wtUi the n ovlsioii^^of aer s. rules uml retu .itn.in |^ri'sri .hisl by tus^Hon. B^detail of tbe la i-rlor, Al*y ^. Istii. ins
lllnlelsl^lnsi, On l.un ll.ll.ltier. Whose e.'-l. rtl.-e
athlrnsts Wsisrn ile. silver How county, ^ -Is^e' M' titaiia. In 11 .1 Lives notice lli.it at i e rx-^iitrsttou of .1 uh)s 11 viii tlis first t uMicaiion of^liilt nonce, lis win uiak* application 10 the^Ilea. He. retary nf the Intrriot lor autimritv^te CUl anil relllole pllle au.i til tlnls't . tar iner-^cliainil*.'. I^^ until 1: a..it coim run] un^ sjs^^weod, lor luel [^ r tin-risluctii'ii ^^i afet ami tor^ionics ic use. sill |s^ie Isggius sag stinlt lor^111 unit: limber*. 111 in Ills to l.oi 111,; uaatipioprl-^. '..' 1 i..'iii lands irttiatea seal the head of^1 town's ciili'li nil-1 x ^^ 111 itx, 111 die counties of
MiV'1 how. Jefferson ml 11 1 .sine, sis r ^t
M'liiaua, and deserllHsd l.^ 1.-^ sul .li^isiouta*^follows. 10-Wil: sectiont IU, 1.* li. lu. jsj, ^x
ami34, in towntliin five ear a, raags i .-t.i w.'tt,^s so s,r ions j sua t In lewuslup t,.ur ntutb.^raugeel hi wru tetttauii v an sira of 6,^v^sens, tail ant lo r\.... ..-.si anet is s^uil^t^ls
limnerluml. the tiuils r stetrlag eat* siaadtax^laerena Is very beMlsvau. ami ^-t,^ si* v. is.i*^p nr.su r.r. shout . .:i^ cotils el woo^l, sLmtit
eVOW line s.'Slllg |s*iss. Slid stsnil o'lhstultS.
rm.ic.i o the an listen ^ stssji and^menu uiBuus and wbully aeAi tut anui aitural
W11.1 Ia M X.AKDNKit.
Jul)16, inn.
BUSINESSCARDS
M
ED1CALAKD HUHOK AL lKeTITDTlor^MleauULa.
AUform* of Venereal Disrass* and ^lenri
bold*trenail aad cures guaranteed at the dreg^More of t lark * (.ould, near the depot a'. Mis^^soula. Tli* best medlcsi skill and *bUjtv alwan^In attendance, i orrespendaace iiiltistam. vNBos^hours hum ^ la Ixa, ^*^ and a to ii p. at.
jtMIiPIIHatlTU,
rABPHNTKH ^aND BUILD EH,^EstlBUUeiturnlihed on all Kinds of Hulidlaiv
Itefereiioeslu the city.^LUC'UH'I HT., kslltUSA bttu.XUIl TUIKD.
AJtaooxDA.Mojrzajra.
QUAUUtMUUUCK.
UssisnIs Heal Katau and lauuog gt^ex,
bcbroeder'iBlock.^FIRST bTKEKT.. anaconda.
PROFESSIONALCARDS
JJK.L K. OOlOi.
UlSKAiKSOF WOMEN.
ISNorth Main Street,^-pit K. IWYUKlts_
HMta.Moatans.
con.main and third sikketo.
ANACONDA.MONT.
P f. CHI'.ISTMA.N, DUU.
Ufa'*rim Street. Betweea Mala aad Oak,
Anaconda,Mootaua.
TEETU EXTKAC1ED WUHOUT FAIN
tya new process AU (' asset of Deatai^Work executed in first-class manner. Ar^^tificial lecUi Without. 1'latas.
D
K.STEl'lltNS.
O*KICK ON MAIN ST.. OVER SMITH dbuu^COMPANY
EssKlenoson Oak street, near ok Ana's
DospnaJ.
Officehours !^ m *. m. to 12:mp, rr^totip. ni and hum i-:ju p. lu. loll p. I
X.j. S'COXMU.
joiixa. bob tars
ajcCO.NNKLL4k UOHERTa,
altCUlTECISANDbLl'KUINTENDENTU
-bcwlsohnUullding, West tinuxU street. Butts,^Montana,
W.'M. THORNTON,
+ FIRE +
InsuranceAgency,
KEPRESENTING
NTSA. ef Hartford,
AMIUI-MV ADA. or Han Kruncltoa,
(ALIFOHMA. of San Fraucuco,
tXi.MMIKCUU of California,
Hbh MA N a FUND, of Caul orala,
HARTFORD,of Hartford,
I.MI'I111 A I., of London.
LIVF-RPOOLand LONDON and L.LOBK,
LONDON(i LANCASLUUK,
NATION AL, of Hartford,
NEWZEALAND.
MAUAHA,of New Yarn.
1TIOKNTX.of Lou doe,
UUKEN, of Liverpool,
UNION,of California,
HES1KRN,of Toronto.
CITY
LiveryStable
A.W. MclNTYRE,
1KOIRIETOtt.
Atcofral tranfer business transacted.
.|emB)| uout)^ r
Oauubusto all
Irim-Uasssuigie and dout^ * rtrs.
jusin sU trains,
TrlephoutSa.: i
Stable.Mway. 1'bilipsburg.^RIELENBERG5CQ
Wlielcsaleaud Retail Dea ers is
BEEF,MUTTONS PORK
CRMB.9TC.^Main Street, - - Anaconda.
ftREAT NOKTHEKX KT LINE
IMonian* Central Kallwar^^ ^w tii a' Northern Railway
|I Easier ii Itailaar or Minnesntav
IIW illui.n A Slum Falls Railway
Vt Duluih. W*terUiwuAl'ai.'Ulo Hallway
AGreat Through System
Tli*only Unerunatnsa niaeiiirrentlf rsjatOBsst^triin romisitusd of Sleeper.. Pints.! Car, Daf^t ise in s nlul Free Colonists sleeper front^lu at. feu! and aluiueaisihs ^itiaHU '
tieanscuouslor ciui-sgo sad
ALLEASTERN POINTS
Mad*to Union Depot i. terinbaakv^Until lurther autio* uauu etg
l'ulteas follows:
No.^. Atlantic Express. I tx s. m. Mr Hen^^ real Falls, at. Paul, M.n:.. .... aua *
asjabv
No.V. Helen* Express, b -.mp. ia.
ForInloi niatton as to sltstnui^ car^ticket* and Uuie tables sppik .
II.H. LAMii.EV. ^ J E l^AWMt^N,^tieti 1 kt. Aa-ls M. C. K^lien Acenl, HuUa
Helens.F J. \t llir.NhY.
F1. Willi^en. I****, an
tal-Nialt).,t
TgBCOMMERCIAL j^-
(Onedoor aouita of Moataai Hotel)^ANACONDA . . . MONTANA
RRTES,S2.SO PBR PHY.
bl'ECTALKATES TO THE THEATRICAL^AND MUSICAL 1B0EE8SI0N.
SunrtayDinners and B ill Room Suppers a^(*!^^^ laity.
DANIELNEAL, Proprietor.
T
HEMONTANA,
a-nacunda,M0XTA!s*a*
OixuioUJuly itim. laWpeMd Oct. i, im
r*nlntt*Hlliotpli in th^- VnH*^fi TliurnotrliTf^flrcpr-iH-if, nnil provMfd with titvaiort, fieri no^bt'il^, fin* alarms, runnlnc water, bntht, *t^ am^o|M'n In pflMM i*nd all nioilern conveo-^i-nr.^, U^ om* en Mi;ir^ and slniile. CiaUum^kl.il MUM fciiiCUy Aikl-viAM. futiv% from
$3.50PER DAY UPWARDS,
AccordlDi;to if7i- and rharacttr of roomi
txtupitJd.
C.W. LOOMIS Prop.
TheMissoula Hotel.
0MEOF THE VI KY l\V*T HOTELS IX TUI^hOKTIIWEST.
Tlietntldlni It new. fire proof, heated with^st^. in. Iliititeil with ee tricity, anu providea^w till all niiHlern Improvements,
KENNEDY^ Milt HELL, Proprietor!,
MuM iiila, Mont.
GRANDRESTAURANT
fHIUrsBUROAirs GRANITE.
FtrlcUyFirst Class. I | Open Day aad N'lgnL^Oame ol all kinds In season.^Elds inning room lor ladies and '^n'lttt.
ALLWHITE HELP.
GEORGEMODINI, ^ - Maattffer.
M.L HOOK, President.
MAltLl'dDALY. Vlea-Preat,
t%.M. lit (J UNION, Cashier
FirstNational Bank
-OF-
ANACONDAMONT
CAPITAL.
$100,000
Buysad sell Domestic and Forma Eii-hang*^and transact a genera! dank ins business.^Collections promptly sttenilenT to Es^^change drawn on Loudon. Edlnbiirg,^tilasgnw. Dublin. Urllast. Parts,^Uaniburg, UerUn and all lbs^leaduig clues of Europe.
cuajtxsroxDKJrr*.
AmericanExrhsijg^NaUonal Bank... New York
OrnI' ist .ui.i i Kt. Agt.
,0s.t'sdL
dinaliaNational^Wells, Fargo as Co^I tali National
OmahaSao Eraucisoo^osoan
Hotre,Brosnliss BO*....,. Butt*
Metiiuuits National HankHelena
Laralu*Bros. ^ CoUser Lodgs
THE
SMITHDRUG CO.
DRUGGISTS.
Read'sOld Stand.
SAMPRAMENKO
FreshGame, Oysters
ANDFISH,
Ucuort,Cigars,Candles, Nuts, Fruits^Lutier atu i lesn Esvs,
CountryPraiucc a Specialty,
EastFirit SL. Anaconda. Monk
liMI
7VTHRTINSt FOX,
pfa1tks in
Kilt(inrs. ToUcfo tod Couftdioofry.^^*^
1 U.CSale anil l.e.a. 1'ta.i: .
4COHL Oil*
K.T. PLMYT6R,
Cor.Main and First-sts.. Anaconda.
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Olvan to
PRESCRIPTIONS-
CHICAGOIRON WORKS
GAIL,BDHILLER ^ UNZICKER,
1UILDBRSOR
GoldMills, Wet and Dry Crushinj** Silver Mills, SMELT^^ING and CONCENTRATING PLANTS, Hoi^tine and^Fumping Work., Cara, Cages, Skip. Ore Buckets and^Water Buckets.
SELF-OILING-.-CAR-:- WHEELS
CorlisaEngines, Compound and Condensing Engines^and Tramways.
WESTERNREPRESENTATIVE,
MENNOUNZICKER.
BUTTE,MONTANA.
Clficaand Works, Hawthorns Ave. aad Willow St. CUeago, Hi.
J
TKe
Printing!^^t Prirvtirvg!
DailyStarvdard
UtterHeads, Bill Heads,^blanks of livery Description,^Cards, Invitations, Circulars
AndBookbinding.
V.rite to us for Prices.
ttrite lo us lor (vamples,
W II i inn. yuu rnaat so Low,
VsU tuinlsli bumples so ferfest
Tot will aaCaiiraim to bbxd ds a^ Ordsb
STANDARDfUBL.IS|.l/IQ CO.
ANACONDA,MONT.
FRASER\ CHALMERS
I
\Salt Lake City, Utah,^r, /Helena, Moutana.
CH1CHCO.
L.C. TRENT.^Ceueral Western Manager,
MININGMACHINERY,
AadMachinery for the Systematic Reduction of Ores bj
Amalgamation,Concentration, Smelting and Leaching.^Builders of the HOMESTAKE, GRANITE MOUNTAIN, DRUM LUMMON,^ANACONDA. BLUE BIRD, LEXINGTON and BI-METALLIC^COMPANIES' REDUCTION WORKS.
polstlngBnglnes, Oearsd and Direct Acting.
Prospestlngand Development Kelata.^Builders of Improved Air Compressors and Wire Tramways,^Frue Vanning Machines and Cmbroy Concentrator.
-E=3ELECTRICMOTORSt=-
8IOLB: WMTXEST A9HNTS FOK
liidgepcuood Hoisting Engines.
AND
TYLERWIHt WORKS D0U3L^-CRIMP^0 MIN1HC CLOTH.
SlootrioZslght Plants,
DiamondCore Prospestlng Drills.
CONCENTRATION7WTILLS,^ELECTRIC ELEVATORS.
Brilltand Comprtstort. Otis ^l*rator$, fno*le$' Pumpt, ffaef sMs*re*a^KIMCSLAHO t DO'JGUZ SAW HILLS
SHAYPATENT LOCOMOTIVES.

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