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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5.
7 TAPPEDTHE TILL. Arorata la Paalt fan* Clark Make* a Uh-^feaaloa-U.bar Mat tar*. Fiacta! to I ha MandaM, POOATELLO.IJaho, Sept. 4.^A few^day* a^o ^ young man named Mitetiell^was diteuarfetl from ttw poetofllee at^this point, where be bad been employed^ai clerk. Yesterday it leaked out that the^cauae of his dismissal was on account of^his too free use of money about tbe build^^ing. In tbe asms building with tbe post,^office ia a Jeweler'* store and also a sta^^tionery store. Young Mitchell came to^the office earlier than the others in the^morning and made a habitof tappingtbe^stationer)' man's till and the jeweler's^show ease. The morning he ^at dis^^charged another employe of the building^laid in wait in d t a box and caught the^youthful thief after he bad taken nearly^from tbe till. The boy waa com^^pletely thunderstruck and made a writ^^ten confession that he had stolen up^^wards of fiJOO in cash besides other trink^^ets about tbe building. It ia supposed^that Uncle Sam Buffered his share of^the loss. W.A. Smith and James Cavanah have^been arrested for selling liquor to the In^^dians utid bound oyer by United States^Commissioner IilickonsdariVr under 9500^bonda to await the action of the next^United Slates gr ind Jury. In default of^payment they were sent to ths peniten^^tiary nt Hoise City. Aburglar entered the premises of Tom^He-Daniels last night and took a suit of^clothes, together with a watch and a few^dollars in money. Just as he was leaving^tho house Mr. McDaniel apprehended^him and at the point of a revolver made^bun disgorge. Ily a clover ruse, be es^^caped, however, although Mr. McDaniel^llreil several shots nt him. Dr.R. Powell Sims, one of the fore^^most eitii'ns of this place, recoived word^that hu bad fallen heir to a large sum of^money by tbe demise of an aunt living in^the E Kit. Mr. Sims left yesterday for the^East to settle the estate. On his return^he will ato;^ at Yellowstone park. Atthe last meeting of tbo city council,^Jos Cooke was appointed city engineer,^lie will commence immediately the grad^^ing and opening up of a number of^street. expectedrise. Hope Is expressed that^Franca will now remove its restrictions^against American pork. WITH A DEADLY WEAPON. aDe- WarUatwcen the froprlatora of^titrrmvilie Iteslaurant. FpeelalCerreMiondeiiee of the Standard. DiMi:i:svit.Li:, S. pt. Ii -^). A. Ling^man 1 as til ^I a complaint in Justice^hlieplit ril's rotirt charging his p inner,^C. G.l o son,with assaulting Bob Anderson^with a di ndly weapon ^ith tl.o intent of^cimuiitting great bodily injury. The^time gentlemen are the proprietors of^tho Union icstauraut, and some discord^has t xisted for some time atnong them,^whieli resulted in open rebellion yester^^day. One the partners, C. G. Colson,^got a fair s:zed jag of Flathead sheep dip^ai^ anl which caused his temper barome^^ter to rise to a very high pi.int, and every^nililitiotial draught of 11.e fluid enabled^him to see plainly that he Mas a much^ai ii^! in \n and decided to resent the in^mils heaped upon hi ill.* With that object^in v.cw he proceeded forthwith to do up^the eoi^k with n butchi r knife. Tbe cook^soon camo to the conciuaion that the^open nir was murh less sultry than that^contained in the kitchen and made^hasty retreat. No one was seriously hurt.^Colson will have an opportunity of ex^^plaining matters before his honor to^^morrow. _ DEMtRaVILLENOTES. ant ANew Uarge Uelug Unlit^A fie^Party. (iper-lal^\ rtesno-denie of the standard. Dr:.MKi;svii.r.k,Sept. 2.-4. H. Fogan^has no v (1 his liarncsa shop from Wilson^street to Main. He is now centrally lo^^cated and expects to increase his already^lurge trade. Mr.llayward, ono of tho stockholders^and manager of the Uig lietnl grain com^^pany, is building a steam barge of 150,001)^poi.i..l - capacity to haul tho freight of his^ei tnpaiiy from tbe foot of the lake to^Demersville. A force of 29 carpenters^arc employed on tho work and he expects^to Ii . ul^!e to launch bcr on tbe 15th of^September. The barge ia being built at^Woods' lumber yard, a short distance^below this place. Avery pleasant dancing party was^given at the Montana hotel last evening,^A large number of people were in attend'^unee, and all seemed to enjoy themselves^hugely. _ WALKbRVLLE NOTES TheCity Couurll Mill Chang* the Night^lur MietniR. ^A J'iaasant I^auce, Wal.KKKVIE.lk,S 'pt. 4 ^ Adjournment^of the city council on regular meeting^nights is becoming quite a common oc^^currence here. Tbe council ia supposed^to moot the first and third Frldaya in each^month, but almost as often as that night^arrives the council is sure to be adjourned^for want of a quorum. Friday night^lecme to be all unfortunate one in so far^as council meetings are concerned, and^it is to bn hoped another night will he s^^leeted. On that particular night three ol^the cnuncilmen have to attend societies^of different kinds, and unless tle-y sever^their connection with those societies or^the council select another night, they^might us well disband. The matter hai^been discussed by the different members^and it is reasonable to believe anothe^eight will be selected. ManagerHall has taken advantage^the present temporary shutdown of the^Alice company to give the mill a genera^overhauling. Two old smoke stacks, 00^fictingh, have been replaced by new^ones, and a number of new fire boxes^have been put in. Oneof tho best dances ever given in^this city was given to-night by A. W.^llpoughton and acouplootuera. The danee^was field in Jones' hall and about 75^couple took part. The supper was an ^ x-^cedent one and was provided by Mrs.^Thomas of the Palace. The dancing^lasted until a Istc hour. Ooaldlining Hons^Com mblk. Ohio, Sept. 4 ^Jay Gould^passed through Columbus to-day. Ha was^looking well. He said ha bad spent seven^weeks in Colorado and I laho and d id not^come to talk about railroad matters. He^was anxious to get back to Now York. farsals. Asaloon on Main street; new fixture* anda long lease. Inquire at Kocky Moun^^tain 11 minis works. CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS. ,4demise merit* unoee iln* lieem imc cent par^writ tiicn iiinf rrloi.; apcruif rate *m -^*uracu^^vr deflnift i.eni/da. A u actrertierineiu neeepie J^:or less than r.; emt* MISCELLANEOUS. ftlSMlrnKS ilArrr.lt. V^ lust eiass^1 luaruini; house; heme cooking. Corner^***rk and Montana sin els IOlsl^AHpiit uose setttr. white, brown ears.^M j A libera1 rewa d will he paid it returned to^ait) W. I'ark si , Untie. 30-lm FORKENT. 1]HB itr-NT-A ^!^ r,oiii bilrk hou*i~wIth^' tutu room 11 cluneal 15 North Montana.^Jura. 11. NieiideltnBii. FORSALE. Ifok hALr.^A Brst eisss bakery, luciudln.'^1 ^ ^od Imrse and delivery wauon. ejtlre^nutni cost (1..VW; will be so d for a-JOO if taken^betote rsep ^ tr^; ^0od line of trade and piyltig^business: owner is imiiuk Imi-k to i.eimsny.^henee h-iiesires to sell. Address 11. raryin,^Greta rails, Mout. tWKBALK -A iiood hoarding limit) having^1 40 ooaidi-rs ul present tlnie; cheap, ltnimij^of Harry Breunau, H Kast llroadway, Euttti. BeneTolentSociety.^PHRHDE^PICNIC on SUNDAY,SEPTEMBER 6, -AT COLUMBIAGARDEN Paradewill form :it in jo, at the City Hall,^bast liruadway. Presentationof a n^w American Flae Riven by^the in.Hubert and a rew Soeiely Klag Kiven^by the la ilea of the society. Ceremony^bikts place ui lie ^ourt House. t'h.Weidetnan, trst president; K. Fellke,^coimiiander; K Batter, tieasurer; I.. Wolpeit,^seeretary; T. l.nna director o aiuuseraeuts: H^bauinuait, F. Ifcirhofer, 11. Ilieruiau, L Wol-^pert, commission for the l*rij* -houlInK, open^to everybody; L F. Mem, second piesifleut and^chairman of the eeuuni.t *es. WM.l hock, m. h. BKUWWLXB, b. c. cham-^bb1ls, mauixs daly, V. B. SAKUEAKT. HOGE,BR0WNLEE ^ CO., B'H-N'K-E'R-S, BUTTECITY. MONT. Transacta eeneral banking business. Ex-^change draw a on all the leading cities of^Europe. Collections Promptly Atteadei To. Correspondent: Wells. Fargo A Co., New^York; Wels, Fargo A to., bait bake; Wells,^Fargo ft Hi., ran Frauelteo; nmalw National^bank, Omaha; First NaUunai Bank, Omaha. F1KSTNATIONAL BANK, AkAconoa. I.M. THORNTON, + FIRE + InsuranceAgency REPRESENTING KurvaylnsTownahlpa, Kpeelalroriesiwiioeni e of the standard. UtaHKhVibbi:.atopft it ^Deputy United^Slates 1. m 1 MurVs-yur Georgo Stautiard^will leave lure Friuay with men (or tb*^Alidille Fork of the Flathead river, for the^purpose of surveying four townships^southeast of E.iko Mac Donald and north-^cast of the Middle Fork of the Flathead^river. The four townships will bo 12^miles square, and will contain within its^boundaries some of the most ferule soil^in the northern country, us well as some^very heavy timbered land. The estimated^lime it will take to muke the sutvey is^two months. 1,. ii a*teases i ii ^ l.ii|ii^u. Lojidon,Se(4. 4.^T.ie repeal of th^^Genita l regulations again*! American^bog product* strongly affected III^ L Ver-^pool proviaion market. Leadiilf mer-^chant* are rc:uctant to sell pending the *TNA.of Hartford, ANCLO-NhVADA. of Kan Francisco, CALIFOUNIA.of San Francisco, COMMKUCIAL,of CaUfornla. HI.EMAN S FUND, or California, HAKTl'OltD,olllarUori, Iliri.ltlAI..of London. LlVhhTOUl.and LU.NDOX and OLOBS, LONDONL LANCASUIlsss NATIONA L. otUarUord, KEWZEALAND, NlAll AHA, of New Vor*. 1'hOKNlX,of London, QUEEN,of Liverpool, UNION,of California, VHIJkVK,of Toronto. THECHICAGO.^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL RY. I*the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Taul^and Minneapolis via. La C'ros* and Mil^waukce to Chicago and all points in the^Eastern Stales and Canada. It is the only^line under one management between M.^Paul and Chicago, and Is HM Finest^Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It^is only line running Pullman Drawing^Room Sleeping Cars with luxurious smok^ing rooms, and tUe ilnest dinitii; ears in^the world, via luc lamous ^liiver Dank^Koute,'' along tile ahorca of l'epin and^the beaut.tul Mississippi Kiver toMilwau-^kee and Chicago. Ita trains connect with^those of the Northern lino* in the Orand j1 ii Depot at M. Paul. No rim nee of^cat , ot any class between St. i'aul and IClrcago. For through tickets, time tables^and full information apply i0 any coupon Iticket agent m tie Northwest. T HEMONTANA, ANACONDA.MONTANA^Opened iidj 1,1*13. Leopenod Oct I, tt)i Oner'tba hsmlsomest in moat a'aesnt aw^rotntert hotels In th^ fnttel Ktat.s Tl.enu-hlv^fireproof, and provided w.Ui elevators, eleetrtc^brils, fire alarias. 1111111,113 water, baths, steam^heat, open fit* placet Bavf all BaaSaarS conven-^Itncea. Ki oips en suite and airgle. i'lusuia^and service sineii) fiisi clasi. bales it,an $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, Accordingto tlrr nnil rharact^r of roomi^occupied. C.W. LOOMIS Prop. MontanaUniversity. UNIVERSITYPLACE. NEAR HELENA FallTerm Opers September 3, 1891. Coursesof liistinetion L i oil-ee. i, t ollegs^rreparitory. :^, llimness. 4. Noiimil. ft,^Musie lj Art, also intiiuHUn in IVmtnou^Hi am be i AbleInstructors, ElegantBuilding aySend ^or catalogue to tl.a 1 resident,^F. P. TOWER. A. M., D. D. Ritchie'sComique MRnr., MflrM MONDAYKVt.MNG, AbC, 3t Second\Vp-k and Protllglous bttccoss of^liarry Men anue s Intensely isaV^sitlonai kt* ii liiania. JACKTHE^RIPPER. rouiioeuon nil. s..\ mail rials sf evtiil^fr^ in the s.tuns of the tVluiee; a i el district^In London, In wubh Mr. Montague will viv-^idly idustral* his Iheurv of tbo eiiuaes of^tbe alri elous eriuies of ^ .lack tlie Uipier.^^Ii A lib Y MONTAGU r. as ^Jack the l,lpia^. 'lAKRIK HUNi AN.as^Ne.l Ne.son Andait the ^;reat i nniti 'iiy its the ^ ssL IctaryFnblle. Collection! Attended To.^H. J. MULDOON, +JUSTICE OF THE PEACE + Tfxefhohe,No. 325.^Office, 109 Main St., ^ Uulte, Montana. WHRTINSt FOX, DIAI1M ix FineCigars, Tobacco ud Confectionery.^^| WoalesAi*and KetaU Dealer la -CORLOIL.- NORTHERNPACIFIC Bt'..vecnMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butte Cut, Boxtman, Liringf^tor, BlUlacs, Miles City^and Glen diva nod^all Points EHST AND WEST. Iter*is DOthtar better tnaa taa^service on thedining car line. n.teuehl'nllman sieeplnc far* and KurnlshsJ^iiuna Bleepers IMUv between i'oim* ia MONTANAa* THE EAST. i0 lilts tbe Sbortest Lin; t^^ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO 1. ^ ( o*^t Ira n* pa^^:n^f lltro'i^h M n-i^^m^i^. .\otii. l-nknut. Mi it .tn.i. itl.iho, Urt*K^n^^i ^! W;i^ii nt'oiicarry n m.^'ie fqutpmrni of^t ill.n an ^':. jwv Met*junn Cart, Fir*4 uml s*x*^Md l UU It'iit hM, I UMttm iOinU. itfit t-r-.-j Coit.t*.^. McfMn. sum tie-iuiL intiuu ti i THROUGHTICK6TS ArepsM at all cenpon cfTlees of tha Northern^Varitir iai irsid lo roirts North. Kast, hoaia^and \w^i in ibe Uuaed Mates and Canada, -TIMKUMBSMtM- AlllltVKat nn JCe.NT- rofeinan ei|^ress. Ko.lea - rsssl expre** No.s / t.anuc mall Ifo.^-- Kioni the west Mlssouaand Helena express osrAKTruoat ui i-rr. No.1 r***wl mail^ ^^ No.4 Pae tie Mail, luiouxh tiain No.^ AtianUc mall No.n^ IVo'i pian rapre** jo.i us-r^ iiy express. Mis',ni l and Helena express. )ii7. man express arrives^Noi lien, raelfle depot. NoS^east 1 eiind. ;.iit*^Salon** ^-P tlT TLE^* Manufacturingand Supply COMPANY. MANUFACTURERS anda am atand leave fi otn Mentasal^i and 4 sarrf kseal asafi .. ^^*^ p. ra. ...iltStiin.^... I j'j p. in^to m p. m.^.. I.':*j is in. ..^ 3^ p. nt ..Flli a ra.^.. i -M p. m. .IdlUII p. 111. ..7 ii a. at,^.. i .^^^ a ui^leaies 'rn.n^4, irasj ani r r lutes. Maps, lime 'laides or ^peciat In-^f^-n . apply to any aj-.eiu. Nonlurn r.uul; nu,M, iiAi:|.KH K. KKK. bcneralI'asstDrer and ateket a, not. M.i'aul, Muta,^JAM I S Mcl'AIIJ. OanssnM.tp-nt, 11East llroaalway, l.ulle. Mont. G KEATNORTHERN R Y LINE SlontaniCentral Hallway,^lireat Northern Hallway,^basleru Hallway of Minnesota.^V illniar (s Sioux r ails Hallway,^bulmu, M alertowu a^ l'aciaa Hallway. AGreat Through System le onlv line mnnlnea matrnlflrently eontpD*! trainise^t of Hleepers. niniu.- t'ur. Hay Coat-liesaaa r'ree Colonists' Slee|^er from Hutu,^tobi. ni i'i. i Minueuvolu wlibuui cluuik*a Connectionslor Chlcaio ant ALLEASTERN POINTS MadeIn Union Depot ai terminals, Cntllfurther notloa trains will depart Iroia^Butte atlotlows: No...Atlantic F.xprrss, PsfJ a. m for Helena,^Great Kails, ^u I'aul, Muuicspotls ani Laslaru polnis. No..', Helena Express, 3 to n. m^Vor inlormaiion as lo slissfiuig oar reservatioo.^tickets and Ulua lablaa apply Ui ^^It II l.AMil.KV. | J. K DAWSON, Gen.1st. Aat. at, C By. Urn. Ae*at^ Uutta^Uilcna,| F. 1. WIUTNKY. lien.I'.isa and IkUAst.^I sit, Mint, by., st^ i'auL $500Reward ! WEw(M p^v ti.t* ftt^oTr^ rrwarrl for any raw nf LlrtV^Complaint, l^r*^|trpala,BU'k ;i^ vu. i.f. lmlirfMion. (V^n-^rtl|*atii^ti or tom.vrncM. \m ciniiot cure witU Wi-rt'i^\ i1 Irer Pi: la. ^ l.rn lt**9 dipth-i|.,tit at rtrtotly romplMit v nh Th -r are |nu i ly Vofr^-tau!a, and n^ver^fill to i^iv^ ^rtli^fatil'^n. Rn|rar L'oatexJ I. a rifts 1m'KQa^^tmitaiBtiift* 30 1'IU^. n r^Mi(* D*wmo of counterfeits!^anit ilatitat urn- Tho trt-ti.j.nt^ nanufafturvsl only tm^TUB JOHN C WCbl CuMJ A.N. . i.UlLAuu.llX THESMITH DRUG COMPANY, MM aojcnts NilKfcTEEET,A^ aco.Mja, MUNI PRESCRIPTION1959 . . . Awonderful compound of the celebrated Dr.^\ elpoiix. 1'arls, I n si i tpiion lau is soil oa l'UUHVaOllsMMKH lO C.u11k Anyform of iNERVOUS DISEASE, Koaiatter bow caused. luctias disorder of the^generative oii;ans of^[ , either sex. pains in tha^fj bai k. nerfoiis urnstra-^\~\ nation, liysteruv. etc,^Ouragenuar* lustrueted to Kktcno Anv mokkvl'Ain kob rnnsininua law ^na. satisfactionand 1'imsiakkm' club is Nut^LrrBorsp by uslns six boxes. 1'rlc*tl a box or six Uoxea lor $5 with written^ruarautee. Bent by mall securely sealed. Ad^^dress all communications to l^. M. Newnro^Ui \ii Company, sole aiceata, Hull* City, Moat, RlELENBERGSCo Wbolesale and Betall Dealers la BEEF,MUTTON t^ PORK CXTsIB,9TC,^Main Street - - Anaconda. NOWLOCATED IN BUTTE. RUPTURE PERMANENTLYCURED OR NO PAY Nodrlrnltoai friiin lni-.iii*tia. \\v rrtrr you^tn Aim pistii-nta In tlio t fly and htalr, uu.l hli^XSutUiiml It.i nit - lu Hi n.n. Ii:v*if .^ ^^ our inrtht^^! W'.ttrn Cuarantre Ii^At^-.luttlv * ii nil kimU ol RVPTVEI! ^f UHh *cnr^,^without tlit- -is, ^i KNINi UK rtVKI.n.il,, uo tnatlcr^of how lOawfl -i itidinje. g EXAMINATIONFREE. THE0. E. MILLER COMPANY. R-i-im,'i'-m ftpera House Itli^rk. Denver. Kntranre^Curtis m omrf Hours, u t^^ i ^ a. m . s to ; p as.^Tatw Rlml ^ SEND FOR CIRCULAR. Bntleoffice Northwest Corner Mala and Park Sta., over Jacobi Clo'h n; Star;^Room 15, entrant: on Park St. Office houis. o to 12 a. m., and 2 to ^ ^ ra THECOTTAGE HOTEL Cor.Colorado and Gsilena Sts. Thishotel will be run on the European Plan in a^strictly first-class manner. Rooms li^ht, newly papered^painted and furnished throughout Every convenience^for the comfort of Guests. (Rates Liberal.) An excel^^lent Restaurant run in connection Now Open under^the management of SRMHYOTTE. .^ ^ HNHCONDH ^ ^ tiifiRKs at tMACONOA MINING,MILLING S CONCENTRATING MACHINERY -OFFER- BHRGRINS + IN SECOND HAND MACHINERY + 1 .NCLt'Ul.NO 60STAMP MILL COMPLETE, (WUI b* bold In Hal'.erics nf D Miamps nr more.) ORECRUSHERS^Blake. OREFEEDERS^Challenge. CORNISHROLLS^Laree and Small. Jigsand Revolving Screens^Many Patterns. BRUCKNERROASTING FURNACE, email,(etb a U ft,; capacity 1 or 4 tons) HOISTS Lidgerwood. Kendall, Crisby, Union Iron Work*.^BOILERS^Our own and other makes. AIRCOMPRESSORS^Rand and Burleigh. PUMPS,MINING CARS AND BUCKETS. spyParties neediag any of above will do well to write or call^early as the prices that have been put upon same insure quick sale. MONTHNS Lumberand Produce Co., is- L LUMBER.LATH. SHINGLES^DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS z~7 WholesaleDealers in FLOUR. Wholesale and^Retail Dealers in I lay. Grain, Peed, and Hard^and Soft Coal. Wc carry in stock a^lull line of BAIN MITCHELL WAGONS FromQuartz Gears to Llffht Spring- Wagons.^Also Clark, Perry, Studebaker and STANDARD. BUGGIES ^ AND . CARRIAGES Anes !i n Une of Kerns tans ot rest irakes. Uarileo City, Clipper and Chiliad now*. \^^1: use illeters aosl Menley Bios, Oaocot 1 Harness, smiin. Wortalnjrtoa *Co. s Carrlai*^1 bBBJ SB*1 liaca llarnca tailiLe*. ^*^)^^alia Liusurs, sail etmuiiu psr^ialiii w.a.i Latiand ieck Oircugh cur Stock, it ts tompiete tn ail the differtnt liutt, andui afy can petition. J.T. CARROLL, Managar.