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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST at). ^^9i THE. IOR. PAUuH SHOW. 1KAVELEK'S GUIDE TRAIN^ AKHIVK tillA. M ^r'rout I tut*^ataiiilard'* liprrsa % itJu a. SI.^i ioi11 I llllt--la-*Vfs i lilt'-at :aa .. M . SiUer B^i^e s lu \. M . Miun -1.1 A M.^llifO I'. M ^ 1 om Harrison^Leaves Unr- rson at N^.*^ a. M , 1 ter l-oagp al 1 4)3 A.M.^li.Ui f. M.- l it in nMtl I ^T~l NMtelaVft ft)..: u\n II w 5:13 1*. .M.. muri C:aU I' M.^10:10 tr, nnin Bun* and i.arnsou 11uvea BulH' i i . I*. M . hiuart f . v, ^ : M. Ja-aie-sI, am sou Sitil^. M.. Dn-r Uuge '. vj Km toa1n*iiki-akt- 4.45 a. M -For Unite-Standard's Upreai^^^:Oo a. M.^Kor Usrrisna moan !:d a. vi., J^^. r Lodge V:3J A M . (iairisotl lit 10: 0 v M,^l^:^0 A, M -Kor HIM^ Muarl at 0 to A. M ,^bluer Dow at i^'.ui a. M., arrlvlUK at Huu ^^^'au a. M. aM r l or Unite an I Garrt^on-Ia-av^^Muart at 3ft) Y M , arrive* ui bull* at J-.iJ P.^M . Harrison :^^ sr.' 11*. M. -i^5V. M.-r'o, i;m ,^ l., an-Miiana;: **^ .' M.,hitiuiik ui sVttM at I :^a i*. M 1HtWEATHtR. Thedaily recorel uf lite thermometer In^the city i* re|Kirlc^l by A. T. P.ayler, elrug-^fist, corner Mum am! Pirat atreeta. The^ri'coid fur yi-atrrtlay waa: 7 a. in . 45 tie-^greea ol^^ve; 1- in., 71 decree* above;!^p. in , rJ9 ia gta es uhovi*; ^ p. in., 72 de^^gree* abon-. ALOUI 1 Hfc. CITY. TheKnights o' Lai bur will bold their^an ii.ii nicn c ui Deer Lodge on Si | t. 7^inataad of Sept. 1. Twospecial ^ 111- M were deputiied yes^^terday tu preacrve order in the city, hut^lint an arreat w.ia made during the entire^day. Whoopingcougli ia more prevalent in^thia city at i re-eni than ever before, and^a few death* bav.- resulted from it* ef^^fect*. Tboinfant child ^^f Mr. and Mr*. G.W.^Collins of Park avonue, when baa been^very ill for several day*, i* now convales^^cent. TheRod and Uun elub has postponed^it* usual weekly practice about at the club^liround* owing to tin- abaence of a num^^ber of the clui^ inenvK-ra from tile city. The*un thermometer at A. T. Plajrler'*^drug fctoro regiatereel 102 degree* at 2^o'clock yealerduy alterniK^ii, a fall in the^lenipt-iautre of 2 degree* from the cor-^responding hour on the preceding day. Itis expeeied that K. M. Greig and the^other members ;oi the party who have^been humiiig and Halting in the Ulackfix I^for the past month,will return to ilii ^ city^about bept. 1. JackBuchanan, city marshal of Deer^Lougc, was in town yesterday greeting a^boat of old friend*. Mr. liueliunaii for^^merly occupied a position as ^one of the^llucst'' on the police foice in this city. Theofficers and delegates of tbe Deer^Lodge Trade* aud Labor assembly are re^quested to in i t at the hall in the Stand^^ard buiidiutf at 8 o'clock ihit evening.^There will be busineas ol iniporiauce to^transact. StreetCommia*.oner Martin ha* pn ^^pared a list of paraons who have not pa d^their poll tuxes and is busily engaged in^^erving final notice upon the delinquents.^Peiaoua who came u idcrtlna bead in g tit^uk well pay Urst M last. Ikey'linn lj..ii_'lit ibe privileges for a^'-mpoiary saloon at the circus grounds^v bti-riluy, und although the ten: erected Vajftht. Muml waa not aa large n^ tin^man, i xlnlinun teut he did a fairly aaiia- .ictoryouaiiie- s. St.Maik a church: fourteenth Sunday^nfter Tunny; nioiniiig prayer, litany and^sermon at 11 o cluck; evening prayor aud^popular sermon at 8 o'clock; Sunnay^school aud liible instruction at 2:M^o'clock in tbe a ternoon. Tbe13 montha-old daughter of Mr. and^Mr*. John Horn of Chestnut street, died^yeaterday u tenioon of whoopiug-cough.^Tbe funeral will take place from the fam^^ily residence this uftcrnoon at 2 o'clock.^Pi leads are kindly nqueited to attend. D.S. Fotheringbam, of tbe corner of^Locust and Third *treeu, was kept busy^receiving the congratulations of hi* many^friends yesterday upon the arrival of a^12^pound sou to joiu the family circle yes^^terday morning. Mother and sou are^t oiug well. Fourapplication* were made to tbe^street and alley committee ou Thursday^by men who were desirous cf working^out their poll nix *. They were put to^work on the streets yesterday leveling^down rough sputa and pickiug up loose^Cobble stones. ThereWaa No Ki r ,.f Bieklag Ovrr the^Way It ft a. KahluilMl.^The Fon-pn-igh ahow is undoubtedly a^good one, b :t only a b'ulT was made at^egbibiting it in this eny ye^u ri*y after^^noon. The trains bearing the elephants^and other auimala and tilings were late in^arriving, th,- last section not coming in^until 11 o'clock. The people bore the^allow no lil-will on this account, bebev.ng^that the ^bow people were nut ruspouaib.e^for tbe delay in autrting be etreet parade.^It waa after 1 o'clock when tbe pageant^got Into Mam street, and a sorry looking^pageant it was. It was, perhaps five^minutes In pasaing a given point. Ou the^baud wagons Were a-aiinned rnciinlio^cried aloud tu the pecple that the after*^noon show wouid ue th^i only one given^in Anaconda, and everybody would please^govi rn lnm^elf accordingly. None ol the^animal wagon* werV in the parade. Tbe crowd in ibe tent ^^^^^ . attmated by^tbe eiieua pet-id ^ at 1,.' 00 A very large^preporiion bcugbt res- ree .^e ta, making^then- per capita lug f 1 SO. The perform-^aiirr ^ ii Ik gun about 2:45 o'clock ami^was hurried to a tin ah in the moat r ek-^less fashion. Peop.o looked at th^.r pro^^grammes an I gi^s-i| for many oi the^events dcfcri rd lurreoti ill vain. O her^acts were cut short aud the management^seemed wholly indifferent as to whether^tht y pieaaetl tt.e crowd or uot. Theonyieatuiu that excite I the slight^^est appluu o w .a tlie liaises- per.uim-^anee ol the Haul n Vo ter*, who na-^tained their high re^ uta: on. Br^ef^glimpses were caught ol soun- remarka^^bly clever blued... k riditig, hut ti e only^ones contuc ed with the allow that did^not alight uieir parts w re the iiiumaia lit^bo menagerie and the dispensers of^tieket* to tho concert. Atthe cone u-loit of the fake there was^enough proiam y to start up a new aud^veiy i xteiisive ^^ partim-ui in liades. Whileengaged in the work of removing^the Shamrock saloon on First street to^the corner of Third and Cherry on Thur*^nay afternoon a teuiu of bones became^frightened and ran awa^, *ma^hing tin^wagon pole and doing considerable other^damage b ore they were atopped. 1.11. L -it, preaideut uf the Standard^Fire lirick company, received a telegram^from parties in Eastern Montana yeater^^day g v.ng a l. ige order o. ihe tmcellenl^fire wWl whicu are being turned out by^the company. The company ^ 11 soon^have to enlarge Ha pant* one more to^fill the orders wired uru comma to hauu^daily. Tbcgtm^o! ball lu bj playeJ at the^park grounds to.morrow ufiernoon be^^tween th, Deer L algu vuih y club ami the^Siamlard compoaitors w.il undoubtedly^attract a large crowd, li .lh nines h.iv^pract ced hard thia week ami boibare^confident of wiBu.ng. Ihcgam-wdlbe^called at 3o'ei ak. No admit,tun wilt pi^charged. Tbeelectric sue t railway company^ran cara over its lines io and from ti e^^ reti- grounds aT i.ay yesterday, an J s^great war, the Maw at lime* pre rioua to^the-commencement and alter the show^that even stand,ng rOOM e tiltl not bt^fistiml, although tie- company wo^ run.^Iimg two cats each wsy every few mm^Ulea. Allofficers and delegate* o. the D.i r^Lodge '1 rades and LatM-r A^hi inb;y ure^notilied to m^ et at the M mdard bail on^.-a'ur iai evening, Aug. .'J a' 8 -'VI, ek. Byorder ofP * itr. s, VM I'residetlt Plurgei all, i,i en oay aud night. West^Fark avenue. Anaconda. P.RaON L HAD A LO, OF KUN. AHorse tthic, t^ M*| a Cireoa on Ita^tiwn Arc, nat^Ahorse belonging to C'narlc* Rivers,^who lives doa-u tbe valley ou Lost creek,^ran away yesterday afternoon about 1^o clock and created a go'd deal oi excite^^ment for several minutes. The dorse^was attached to a buggy and was stand^^ing on Upper Oik street. It became^frightened, ne^ oue seems to know how,^ami breaking looae from us fastening^rushed wild.y uowu Oak. Ou reaching^the corner of Para avenue and Oak street^the buggy was overturned and badly^smashed up. At this point the frightened^nimal broke loose lruui the rig anil ran^lowu Oak to First street. Hero it^changed ita course and proceeded^up First street as ur as^Judge Uockwell's police i Hi ^. The^horse evidently tl d nut want tu take any^chances by attempting to pas* the court room*o it procted down the alley to theeast of the bunding and al 'hg bj the-^Ore house to Oak alrvi t once more. The^runaway got there with four f,et. A sad^^dle horse was tied lu the fence near die^tire hull ^!-quietly resting. Mr. Kivers'^horse d.d nut waul to have- all the fun I-^aelf, so it Iriglueueel the strange hori-e,^which ul-o I r ike away Crosw lla fasten^^ing* and marled on a run by itself. Mr.^R vers' horse, evidently satisfied with the^result* ace mulish'd, ran down Oak^street tu Park ave nue, at which no.ui it^turned its head towards home and mat'e^bee line in that direction. It ia thought^tbe am al arrived al. right, at least m t!i-^lug haa been heard of ii since. Whelln r^the horse e*caped aerious injur)' or not,^there i* at h ast one Hung certain and^that is Mr. Rivers wi l b ^ muter the tie-^ci-*aity of purchuaing a new buggy unless^bo bus already a *up,dy ou band. Arrivalsat th ^ Muu an i.^Among those registe r. d al the Montana^yesterday ware: Ed. Harris and sen, Po-^ratedo; Robert W. B. Smith, Brooklyn;^O Y. Warren, Warm Spring,; 1'. K. Hut-^Icr, lltiile; Mis* Fannie Sunt!, Hull ng-^t ui, lowa; Mr*. 1). Smith, Wauu Springs;^O. Ms O'liaunon, 1^ er L xlg ; C. H.^Howe. 4-i'aws; G ('. S fford, Butte; Muz^L-ilaude, Butte; K. Scbaeiiikow. Beer^Lodge; John MeN'ilty, 4^ aawa; Mis, L^k,ibeinner, Buuc; w, C'. A'atteu, 4- sxsysji^C. L G1 d ten, ^ Incu; S II. ^ aloei lii ad.^Buile; B, V. Mcl'ime. Mill (nek; Henry^W lla.,' . lTiiIad. Iplnaj W. J. McAlllalCT,^Buile; K. McSheiiy, liutte. utlo^. Noticeis hereby g.ven that, by author^^ity of a reso in oii udopted al a meeting^of the trusties of the Ruyal I,old A^Silver Mining company, held a' Ana^^conda on Saturday, An21, 18U1, the^t fttee of said company was removed^ir ^lu Anacuuda lu 1^ ^, r L ^dge, Mulitanu.^Willard Bennett, ; resident. Uiaaulult'^ll el f.ir ner-liip. TheArm heretoloro c-a Hing under tb^^firm name and style of Q t in: at Alaloney,^consiaiing of the following in.tiled per-^sons, v s., I. G. Qiiir.n, A. N. Quuin, and^P. J. Malouey, d ung business at the c.iy^of Anaconda, Nj. in., ia lh:a day ditso!vci^by mutual couai lit, A. V Qu nn sti I P. J^Msluipy retiring Inu ,lie linn The^buaiueaa wdl be ronducu-d b) 1. t, Q ii.ni,^who will collect ail uebts an ise .,: all^bill* of the said thin. P..1. MaioNtY,^I. O Q. t-is.^A N U ..NK.^Dated lid- 28 It day of An .u , ls.^.. Nuta I'oisuaou, I ae - riceh,^But a true hcautitl-r, being tho only^preparation *old under a positive guar^^antee ol fl.OhOtbat it contuins ll d u gru.n^or fraction then.of 6f poi*anou-nr ilele-^tcriuus substanc. a. Indorsi d by the must^celebrated omits of th - lyr e and dra.^matte stage; n-C'-mmeu le 1 byemiiieni^yhyaiciuns. and pr^ lionneed Uarsasesa by^lending chemij',=^ Wiauum's llMM Ko^terline. Mt-NTIONfrom up MToFrriirh Waa^Spnuga w ^ e-rday Ur.St, Joan made allying bualnets^trip t i B rie yi st^ r.lay. J.U H iwksrume m fr^m Cable on a^uelsines* visa yean rday. T.D. FKirsrald is recuperating at^R.ver.-ide .or a tew dm a. Mrs.MM Gerdt* and her sister of Ga -^risun are viaiung friend* in Ibis city. CaptainTurner wa* in from Silver^Like yeaterday on a visit lo bis friend*. SheriffJ. T. Qu gley o D -erL-Klg^ was^in town yealerd..y aet-lllg lue el ^ptiallls FrankB. Met le.iry of Stuart was in^town y^u.niay on a abort business visit. M.J Fit! Patrick returned yesterday^from a ahori visit to Helena and vtc ut'y. JohnT o, v ami hia two brother* cani^^ever iruni Butle yeaterday ou a shor^via.I. MiaaS.lienaler of Cable arrived her.^yeaierd. y and will spend two or thru^dais win. Irietida. MikeO'M.ira drive over with hi* team^of fleer* from Ptulipaburg, yesterday, to^take* in the eiieus. Mrand Mrs Quitilan of I)-er Lodge val^^ley are the ***** a of Mr. aud Mr*. Mich^^ael south ul Front aireet. IIKeol nnd wi.e, E. M vers and C. K^Lud.e. of th'' 4 tnv snow, w'i-e resisteri'i^ut the Hotel t , llimercial yesterday. Jams C uwav and bis daughter, wh^^I.av' lieen making all extended lour o.^the coast, are-. x.n clcd borne to-day, JohnWhite, . rinerlj on the Aiineomia^pope fore... Ml niori- rie*oi'ly kte|Harai^the Beer L ^ ig^ jail, wa* in low iiye^tei -^day._^ taken(|i Twomares, one bramh d J. P. tinsid'^down on right ^houkh i, lull abou'd r J^M., the other w. h bii l.e bit on lell hip.^one *r^rr*'l horse b,-auded w tu wrench ou^kit shoulder. Ow ner can have earn*) by^ITi'Viiig preperty aud pcvihg i-xim iih, *. G.II. A hams,^French Gulch, near Anaconda, Htctnttftut lallcwlw Mitli* tnr-irei Ik tht a**t r.uiriscQ Chronuls. fn^i* Hh ^I Begat 8j*% oidv ahnnt two w . .. an t it ^ 's ii ^i in-1il tlir i., t thtrt uf^fain days that the m-^la^ty to -k n srii.,11, turn.^Al lhrl*-gin*ltlie. ol hi-*iline*s In-sinters ! n . n 1ihals-tea aa,l eteina. h ,h .al let l.sler tlir^kl Ii eyi refWsed to perform thcit fincit,in^^inl|^li ; ^.m .! ^.'.', u .\ Thus rn.! ^! it, Iiti i'( eiie ^f the ma t prominent incu in Call-^I la Like thousands ef otkets ksa uu^timely ilrntli wra- Itirtr-ilt of ncxlcgliug early .sy MxptaSM uf kidney disrase. ' , Iw you mmmmmm y.ire tm-ihle,l with lUahrtr*. f: avs|. nr anv ife- ,in'ii'rinplit of the knin* ^ s et urm irv utgniia.^gsaaV iltlav tireaier Irratinent ini'il you arc Ilorcrrl tu give up your aatl* di.ti - , #/^^^'.^^ hlc \,,ur moll, , en v.^'tli'.e . lininielttl i,o .1 worse piastre*, t-ut -Ink. at lla sr^t of^It., ,h .ease nl one, l^y u-i'i ; i he n---.ite-l ^I rll^i - \,a remr.iirH, lb*cearbrel t i^rf*.;,.ii Ksa-^n, \ rca, It haasavc-,1 the live* of tliomatnti.^e. iv si'nuM it not ears van I Try it inety^, . .,nU* anil pleasant to 1..1.C. jl.ouaua-k-^:^ i\ lor fA.Otl. DSTES^ CONNELU |VMliRC^NTILE COMPANY. aa. D Arnrt u Banecity. Mom 7_T*C7^X*T-.. Wlolesai* sre l.ih.11 K ul 1 . I'll ote. TheKnight* of Labor ^ f Muntana wil^eel brate Sept. 1, La. oi day, in good s y.e^by lioldn g a uni n ptcutc at 1*' er L ^dge.^Special train* will run over the Montana^Union and *p^c,,.i rates r..a be g.vi-u^Kiiights from ml parts^! the - ue have^aigtiiUi'd IL ir uni tit on* o! aiieuditig. llaled. Or.ehuii'lrcd to live bwavdf ' ci't'e old^horses to W iiit, r er iak^ M shares for^8 to 10 years; g ol wim. r utid early^spring ra i-.e; a'y qu ,' ti'v of hay and^good shelter. Witt . U irsntSO tlr*l-cla*ft^i*i f 1st of Mnv. Ad J. M. 1 AfAal A^.ico-da OMG lines^lie r.i i- x'r.vs- gml, und I'll not paj it!^me. B ictor^liut 1 p i^OriMM^We||, ,.. .^ean'l tell w he' .. m ^^p., en.-A'^', t ,1 II Yu ^ i'li,*t cure Iyu*l u.i. O^r!i ^ thai ahlCU I* t^I io Kx-Seiiuor lie,.a ^ I \ .^. a b .id^b urded, practical m ^, I ' ^^ world, gj^i. Ir, m at. ^.Ul darkey ihal 1 would laying^I, m Ui for uite to pi t h ' - b it slu e^tlrst, and never oner- In all ibe years that^1 a* s ^^^! has he laa|e^l to g re ,he r:ght^toot i r lertnc^. Itithe I'lTctiaiu baths a: the : . .ng-^Lail. uuuae. :CV'^^'V^^^-^' J.^ C, ^ KEPPLER AXACONDA1I0NT*.\*. Watchmaker^ Jeweler Dealer In +DIAMONDS + Au laraurs ul Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, Optical^Goods, Sdve.warc, Etc 2L From|8'^ to ^100 tm\m a lot in tbe Ana-^coihIu aiKiition to K-ttle F.^ll^. Cai^early an 1 lufik** relectiona. Tl.re^ block^-^from ^otio*'I h^^use. term* HH0^ Alp ^^to Cb*irl( i* ll^^iu'k, v-ftrt tMfMMai .T. 1 irtjvter, tirucc si, corner Main^and FirM Hin-iMH. ik tsole Hgi ut for llto^r^irbiuiid *j. A. ntar* in Anuc^ iul.^.^m;tnutt*cturocl of tht- ci*olcf at kiavauu i ^^imcro. SAMPRAMENKO Freshtiame. Oysters ANDFISH, tlrrjer,Clgsrs,Osmllr^, Nuts, Fnuti tual*lu 1 lesU CountryIn duce a Speciallv. Is,tlints., Auacouits, Uhiil THEHOFFMAN HOUSE, Bowkm fc l^t NNtuex, --- - I'rupiietor* Firstt lA-a A'-eonm 'ilatlo a. KveiitliiiipNew anil C'lesn. Metis3SC. Loa, ing from 35c Up. VMMMP Only Hup oye.1.^U|^l^o,.te l^i iiot,WW v burg. Mon: CLOTHING. Thisdepartment has a new and attractive appearance^by the decant displav 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. H.SHORT. 1US'. M., Allaoon la. CffHNttihf IVe-lhc^PTO MORGANS. In.er H^ IM MAt bbMB^1 ^ r^-a.e 01 Kent. CeRAKDRHSTALRANT MtMsMMM1.1D ultA.MTK. hlrlctlyFirst Class. I I ^^ -1. I^sr and HlgtA.^i.hiiie ei all ktnils 111 ^ea-olu^bale Lniuiia* iuuiu lur ladles auu iaiii.Uo*. ALL\Miiii: lll.i.t'^GLORGE IViODINl, - ^ Manager. PassUp Your Tickets. Weare btill scattcrinii: CUSTOMTAILORING. Weare agents for t,wo 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. 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, #1 per pa r. You can't match them at^the price. Men'sI leavy-tap sole for $ 1. PrintWrappers, 75c. Ladies'Toe Slippers, 7^c. Misses'Kid Shoes for $1.50. BabyShces, 50c. JobLine all Linen Torchon Laces at the uniform^price of ice per yarel, worth 25c. Haveremaining over a lew White Lawn (heavily^emuroKlered ^ Dre a 1 which ure otter YourChoice for $5.00. Wouidnot pay tor the trimm ng. PassDp lour Tickets. 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 Half Hose, Ingrain Cotton, hand^seamed high spliced heels, British Balbrig^^gan and many intermediate grades. Neckwear, TIILLATLST AND NBWBST STYLES AND^NOVLLiiLS OurClothing and Furnishings will bear close inspec^^tion and should be in^peaed to be appreciated.