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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER ^. 1891
1 TRAVKLER'SGUIDE THAIKSAl.UIVK. ^SO a. M.^trim lluttr-Bianilaril'iK^pre^^.^H:.j.^^ m.- From lluue-l^avet I'uil* al 7iM a.v., m.\ft m i ui a. m . Maartias a.m. 1;:0i ^..- Krom lianlaia^Unn'i ^.aril^^ nil at 10:1(1 A. M.. Heel \jn\ea *l 1U:33 A. M. o.usKroin ltuilr l.raves Hulls at !H^i )'.M , Silver tow at 6:15 I', ii., tHuari at ^:15 r.si. tvaixkBar ami 4i4SA.*l.~Knr llutie--Milliard's K\press^7 iao A. M - Kor i.ariison-Wuaii saw A. M., I'otLodge u,^^ A. M., i.aiiisja at '^^:^^ A. M^Oilo A .^ t or Kultc Siiurt at ^:.4)A. M. MIvhVuw at MM A. M., aniviJK at Untie al II:oa. M. 30 Y *).. Ker Unite anil (iarilsoiiLSMM^Musrt at'.' Si I^. M., anivtii^ id l.ulie at l.Xi r.m., uamssa m i -ui r. m. TH WtATHf-R. Thodaily record ol ilio tli^ rinotiietnr in^tliia riiy for p*MM*MW wa^: 7 s. ni. 48; 12 m.58; 4 p. in. 6); 8 p. m. 52. ABOUTTHE CITY. ColfaxNo. h\ I. O. O. I., will holdiia reu-ular weekly meeting at in.^1 all in Hi.^ Siaielanl lilock tliu eveniiiB. Mrs.Giles limwiiell of Uak street was^taken suddenly ill yesientuy. A physician^was liasuly MaMMSMMli MM nt laal BjSJa^counts her condition was slightly in -^proved. Thoregular weekly ur emic of Mon^^tana lodge. No. 13, K. ot I\, will Ik- held^at its hall in tl:u Standard buildniK this^evoniUK at the usual hour. A good at^^tendance is desired. Thedate of ihu Jlreincns' convention^at Hnxeman lias been chanced lo 1 ues-^dsy in ortn r to allow all the delegate*^from tin- west sjdti to b^ present. Ana^^conda will have two representative*. (ioodyear,Ktilth A .Sehillinii'a min-^ItrelK will appear at livans' opi ra house^on Friday i veiling. Kercrvetl seat tick^^ets will ho placed on sal* at the Smith^Drug company's store this inurmng. Thesun tlierniuiiietor has but little^show of late, and at 'J o'clock yesterday^afternoon registered 1.7 ^l grccs, u rise in^the temperature of 7 degrees Irom tho^corresponding hour on ihu preceding day. T.E. Kelly and K. li. Kuukle made a^piscatorial expedition up the cieek yes^^terday and returned with 'Jl tine trout^one of which weigh d m arly two and u^half pounds und was 10 niches in length^so Ihey allege. TheCopper City wheelmen maJo a trip^to t.iegs..n Springs yesterday morning^and returned m the evening wulmu.^Iiaviiic/ niet with any accidents. 'J lit^roads aru in good condition ami thu^uli e.lil 11 aay lUey enj .yed thu trip. 'Jhe members of th^ Kod and Cull club^have MM bottling practice alioota at the r^grounds fcr thu rest of the season, 'i hey^Unit much more interesting spun inhuiit-^iug livo gamu in lbs vicinity of the city^Several members were out yesterday and^bsggud considerable game. ExOIIlcerJam s McCaffrey, who r/^signet! from tbo police force laM week,^^ MM to leave M^ city to-day. 11 in^^tends to look after the interest of several^nulling claims in which lie is partner.^Mr. McCaffrey has many friend* who will^wish bun every success. COMMERCIALMORAL!! V. GeorgeI'hillipson celebrated bis 21 it^birthday anniversary at I ho home of his^brother. No. 019 Front street, yesterday.^A large number of frieiida wero present^and tho evening was pleasantly passed^iu games, music, and dancing. A lunch^^eon was also euj ^yed. ('.T. W. Cress, J. Ureives, Walter^Malum and K 1*. McDaniuls left It r the^Iiig Hole conntiy yesterday on a 10 days'^fishing und hunting trip. They expeel lo^return via the bitter Koot country. Thu^int-iubera of the parlv are all old-tune^hunters and expect to find a lot of game. R.M. Greig mourns tbo loss ^ f his^trotting bono Montana. The annual has^been very ill for several days and died^yesterday notwithstanding the fact that^the services of a first-class veterinary^surgcou bad been secured at great ex^^pense. Molilalia'., pedigree is not known. Tbobook and ladder team leaves for^Boiaman to-morrow morning slid the^boys bare only one tlay left for practice.^They intend to make the best of the spare^time and two practice runs will be held^to-day. Tho members of tne running^loam are all in fair condition and con^^fident of success. Amm An 1st.^Chsrlcs K. Schilling, inauag r Good^^year, Elitch A Schilling's minstrel -, con^^nected with the best minstrel and panto^^mime companies for years. He is con^^sidered the greatest producer of original^ideas in minstrelsy in tins country. He^is the originator of instrumental comedy,^and has honestly earned the title of^premier musical at list of the world. He^will appear ill Evans' oihta bouse, Fri^^day evening, with Goodyear, Ellteh oV^Schilling's minstrels. 1'eslrritay'sllslibil tluiit.^P. J. Malouey, Dave Lewis and^John Williams took Grey Eagle^and Montana Sneak down the^valley yesterday and enjoyed a^rabbit bunt. The local party met a simi^^lar one from Hiittu und together they had^a good tune. The Aiiacoudans also en^^joyed an excellent luncheon furnished by^their Htitte friends. The day was a gootl^one for rabbits and the chases were very^exciting. Anaconda secured four jacks^to st Veil for their opponents. t'artlor Thanks. Ata regular meeting of A. H. ic L. com^^pany held Sent, in, the following resolu^^tion was passed: MnoUni. That Anaconda 11. A L^company No. 1, extend to tho honorable^city council and citisens of Anaconda, a^hearty vol^ of thanks for their liberal^subscription* for sending our running^team to Ms) Slate Firemen's n^s. nation^at MMMSi1 hk ( ummiiiix An.it.a, Sept. 20. tto ..p y.xt urslnas.^Lekyour (l icuds in the East know that^the Cleat Northern will sell round trip^tickets August 2T^ih, September la n and^I'm: . Irom St. I'nul, Minneapolis, Dulutb^sin! West Superior, in connection witb^eastern lines at reduced ratea. (Jail ml^office, 1(6 Maiu street, lor particulars. Be*.Or. Oiunn'. ttpolaa atormoa M St,^Mark's (.bores.^At St. Mark's church last evening Rev.^Dr. Quinn discussed tbo subject ot ^De^^fectiveness in Commercial Morality.^^taking his test from Jcb xxx. c. 38 40.^Dr. Quiun said in substance: dueof the best testa in reference to s^man's character, is bow be carries on bis^business and conduct* bis transaction*^witb bis fellow men. Wuitfleld wa* once^naked about a certain person, '1* Mr. So-^and-No a Christian ^' He replied, 'How^can I tail, 1 never lived witb him.' We^rosy witb propriety answer tbe question^I* A., B. or C. a ChristianT 'I cannot tell^I bare not bad any business transaction*^with him.' There i* in tbs present day a^constant temptation to overreach and^take advantage. There is a tendency in^fallen human nature both to withhold^from other* their just due snd lo exact^more than our own. We find, upon ex^^amination, that the business principles of^the world are often the reverse of those^inculcated by tbe Bible. 'Buy cheap snd^sell dear' is hub e to lie carried out to tbe^extent of fraud or extortion. Christian^^ity and sound morality alike teach u* to^give every man a fair price for his labor^or bis goods and to oak no more than a^fair price fcr our own. Again tb.' maxim,^'business is business,' Is siulul if under^^stood na meaning that In-sines* la^exempted from tbe same rales of^in .rallly as uio applied to otner branches^ot conduct. One ol ihe most pronounced^and glui ng sins of the day is 'lielrclivo-^ness in C. miiiercial Morality.' tu tne^race for riclies and position in society^men are noa- templed, even in a Ciiriatiau^country, to commit thu am* wh en the pa-^triarcii Job iu our text solemnly ab^^jures^receiving labor, gootl* or money^without giving iu return a Just equiva^^lent. There is fn ipienlly thu temptation,^not always resisted, to sell articles that^are something different from what they^are r presented to be. In Malachi I at as^and James v:lyoii will find lb ^ severe^reproi I of the Almighty dirtct. d against^those who oppress the h ruling in^their wanes. A woe is ptoiiounced o.i^him who buildeth his house by unright^^eousness and Ins chambers by wrong do^^ing, that iiselh his neighbor-.' seivieo^without wages and givetli him not for his^work.' Evenprofessed religious men sro^tenipied to follow the world in untruthiiil^snd unfsir modes o! condiictiugbusiness.^The practice of overreaching and extor^^tion wa* prevalent iu Job's time and^country. Extortion on tbe part of rule*,^proprietors und dealers iu thu East are^notorious even now. The practice of n^Turk or an Arab in demanding an ex-^buibttant price for bis goods is a* com^^mon lu that of a governor or an employer^in giving tho merest pittance tor the^laborer's work. We learn In in St. Mat^^thew Unit in our Savior's day extortion^and excess were among the pre vailing^sin- ot the pharisees. Dishonestyis found on the side of^buyers, as well as of sellers, iu nut pay^^ing duly for goods delivered; in depreci^^ating and cheapening down all article in^order to get a bargaiu or lo obtain it at a^price below its value. Theuiaik of s true servant of God is^to be 'faithful in that which I* least.'^Small things, as well as great, make up^the bundle of life, und the former are^fully as important us the latter, lie thor^^ough in everything you do ill life. Itdtrolves upon the follower of^Christ to commend his Masttr's religion^by ever manifesting a sterling morality^in daily life. Precept teaches, hut ^ X-^ample draws. Daily exemplary conduct^tell* more than simple religious talk. To^talk religion is much essier than to live^religion. Murderis committed in moro way*^than by killing another. Tie r- is an lu^^ll.reel way ol eon mil ting murder. The^life bluiKi of the poor may lie drained by^oppressive woik and inadequate rctuutici-^anon. Hearts arc broken by Iraud and^oppression in civil lile, as well as by in^^humanity and cruelly iu domestic life.^Just here lot me emphaaiau this fact-^wrung d .ne to another ha* a reflex in-^Uuciice upon ourselves. AttvrrtlsetlLetter Lis I.^Letters remaining unclaimed in Ana^^conda poatofflce for tho week ending Sat^^urday evening, September 19, 181*1: lil.MI.KMKS S LIST. Appllbee,WinJunes, J I Urn.shevig.l-'iauk Julius. Ki.-birrl^Carrey .Iniin (t)l a liai uy, Alfred tlilies, l'ellyM.llle-Vllle, I 11.110 Cask,Alev.Mr^r, Atiurew Itil llS. II Itmo I). JOMpIl Deisie, JoeMcNuiiliaury, Charles piii.n.Will KMure. A am Eiliiiuu.lxn, li 8Nelson, Weston Klwe.l,Jena AUsers, Jeiin Klyuu,1'atParser, William Hauaa,w nP.-ir... ^,^^:.:ii Jtai-on. J...Yau Hove, f/rsuk bentlrlks ui, V Cw.u . .l..m- liuwe,E IWillie, 11 0^I AI'IK- LIST. Ack,Mis Mary JaneJolioson, Miss Carrie Hiirsii a is. airsKrullaail, M's. .luua Kraut,Mrs c MMkbelkk, Mrs M ins llianl.Mis FloraNurson I, Mrs. Auu II Cn.litis.Agnesmm. Mrs Enck lieau,Mr* .Mm(I sin. Mi s - hrislioe Dllllv,Miss K.I.iIhvj. i ., Mrs Ksielia,MinnieICo-mau. katitr.na Kitli.-r.Mrs MollisKeliang, .Vl.s Till- E^Hamilton,Miss mall ne S|*ti^ er. Mi* J W liepwurtli,Mrs la-.iii-*nrMM*V Mis Belinda MMMSMlist.^(iregar. W TAels-in, Kr.iuk Johnson.P APerson. Er ck Mulllivllle,hrunoN well. I, II^Moiv.iuti, CharleySwiaSOS. JoSS McCarthy,Tun .ihy hullivan, Jtu.u J^Mckenzie, Joiiu Incalling for tlK-se letters the applicant^must call for advertised letters and give^date of this list. One cent will be col^^lected for each letter. If not called for^within two weeks they will be sent lo thu^dead letter office. J.C. KKPPI.KK. I*. M PkiPpPhillip-.^Of Philip Phillips, who will give bi*^eerie* of unique entertainment* st Ibr^Methodist church on Thursday. Friday^and Saturday evenings, the ( h n.fiii.qm'^Herald says: ^The entertainments by^Philip Phillips, tbe noted vocalist ami^traveler, were intensely interesting. The^cities and scenes produced by ih ^ Koyal^photo-opt icon, in richness snd beauty^surpassed anything ever seen by lbs^audience, and a richer entertainment^waa never enjoyed on these ground-.^Tie eongs were superbly Illustrated^while b dng inimitably sung, which is an^entirely new feature and greatly enjoyed^by the vaat audience. The lecture was^terse and graphic, accurately describing^tbe scenes presented; on the whole tbe^entertainments were worth a journey of j^U^ miles, and were witnessed by sn am^^phitheatre crowded with people. Arrivalsat ids Moataai.^Among other* registered at the Mon^^tana yesterday were: O. if. (ioddard.^Hillings; J. F. Began, CmVMMH *^ w-^Vivian, tlutie; F. E. Urosbell, Omaha; A.^L Snilih. Chicago. PERSONALMENTION. HsrlRumbcr, formerly with King ^^Kennedy of tin* city, but now of Deer^Lodge, is visiting with Anaconda friends^a few days. JohnTooey came over from Butte yes^^terday on a short visit. HarryFlowers rode over from (, unite^ye.tcrday and will pas* several days in^the cily. II.T. Malum left for Great Fall, yes^^terday oil a business trip. BertConyne, with H lim it Bros, of^liutle, formerly of this ci y, came over^yesterday and passed Ihu tlay with^friends. Mr.and Mrs. George .Shoemaker left^for Omaha yesterday, where they will lo-^ca'e periuaneni y. They made many^friends bore who will regret to leant of^their departure. SenatorW. M. Thornton returned last^evening from Kiversidu after a wuek's^visit. W.N. Horning of Si. I'aul wa* regie-^tend ui the Hotel L'omtnt n i tl yederday. Onand after Aug. 16 the Northern Ta^^ctile railroad company will s. li t xcursion^tickets fn m Butte to ( h en;; ^ and return,^good lor tbreo mouths, at eigniy dodars^All those desiring t make a trip^l.ust should take advantage f tIns rale,^via the great tranasconiiiici ml route. A.T. l layter, druggist, corner Main^and First street*, i* sole agent for the^rtlcbinicd J. A- cigar. In Anaconda,^manufactured of the cbc.t*t bavana to^baccu. NOMORE BACK ACH E J.C. KEPPLER, akacoxdaMOMAXt. Watchmaker^ Jeweler Dealer to +DIAMONDS + AllUreVtlet uf Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Optic*.^ItOttU, bUve.w^ic, Etc M*centlyf **^ fnttrmlnq /totter epficaretl tn th*t San/rum igco Vmronicl*.^^ |M(1(T^ R ^ hiiil sM fci.-li onlv fitxMit tvto^w(fk^, iiml it wiMiot mm. llu l.t-4 Ihire ut^fnur fldymlul the nirtin^l^ l^v k ;^ f-rriinic turn.^At the hr;iiiiiin^ffhi^ .line** he ^urteie'l IroM^di.il)rtr^ and asiniiiuhlei l.n'er the kit'iKV-rctiwlI i j. it hui lluii funct.-.n^.:^ml^he iNib^' ^1 quietly awsv Thu* ended tlw life^of one uf tlu tn.^*t |.t^*nuucnl tnc'i in C^U-^fnrniii ^ l-ike lho^w^^N ^^l ftht-r^ U* un^^timely ih alii Wfja tin i^*Milt Of ucglct-tiug taily^^ymp'totusufkidiK y di^^eaM*. MS_tMA I W VOU Bretronhledwith dUheten,^r nnv MMementof the kidnevs *^r uuii.irvoiv.nl,^^t**M*t del.iv proper treat me ol ^^til you are fttreed If* K'Vf Bp vow doily dutie- tlntl*t wn-teyour numry im wnrihleae Jiuimt-nti^nti I w^i^^ |1:i*tei^, !^nt Mnkf it th^- *ent of^thedi-tcaM- al BMI hy u*ihk l!ir Lit'ilol of t'H^known reme iie*, tht* eelrt rateoTOTCfjoa K^tl-^nev T- i H ha^-jvf I the live* of thuii'-nniv^Wliv -should ^ n^it cine ^ou * Try it. Turely^vr^.i,Mi- an^l i^ ^tt^ uke. ; I .uu j. put k' URf.^^^ tor 'H^. H.SHORT, i-irs.rt., Aiisctn l.v. Oppositellie Bee-Hive.^F:AN0S ^ ORGANS. fner^H WIM. MACHINES^1 tr^ale ur UenL DSTES^ CONNELL Yj^mercantile company. CLOTHING. Thisdepartment has a new and attractive appearance^by the elegant display of imported and domestic^clcths to be found in our suitings of the^newest and late^ designs. Anacondalivery stable Uli.BUONVM.I.U I'lioiu sruB. II.A. D'ACHKt'U Wholrsnle .mil ltetsil,^Bulle t it) . MMMMB BUGGIES.SADDLES AndMMJM (or Hire. AlsoBMMstMff ll PsMMMs\ BMMMt snJ t.\prrssline, i . i tr^n ma ie Williall Hall s. (t(lire astl Stable, I Irit Bireet. Anaromla AROUNDTHE WORLD IN A CHARIOT OF SONG. PHILIPPHILLIPS, the Singing^ilgrim, with his + +^eerless Pictures, + +^hoto-Opticon and Songs. SONGSSUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED WHILE BEING SUNG! Enlracrui!.'Den-rip ive LKlurt- as the Famous ^^;^^be Trotter'' Tt-Usllie Stiny of His \\iimlerltigs I Kwry \ lew a Wurlt nf Fini' ' Alt! Ineoiiipersb.y rupeSnr to ABylhtsit ol llir Kl id Kver Oflrrrdl bosi \ - His 1 re s, 1'nlp tint MMjbMl An ile orei THREENIGHTS ONLY HT E. CHURCH OnSeptember 24, 25 and 26. Tiol.es,U) rents mid It cents. Iulldr^u2j fen is Course tickets 11 .'5, at S'lrnlh's llrag 8'. tne. ANACONDABRANCH. NewSummer Wash Goods, NewPrints,^New Ginghams,^New Sateens. 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 Ciold Medal Ti^cr Hat;^hand made Stetson hats, the^finest grades. NewGerman Suitings, domestics,sheetings; linings,battings. HouseholdWhite Spreads, Pull Size. $i;oo Weare introducing a New Fabric heavier and more durable thanGsDffhaa, RotundasCloth;' 8 Yards for Si^Try It. WeCan Now Snjijily Your Want' in -^^j Black SateensN53B UNDERWEAR. Gentlemen'snatural Cashmere ribbed welts, spliced^seats, silk and worsted ribbed, solid colors and^fancy stripe, best full fashioned fast black^lialbriggjan, fancy and solid colors^in Balbrii^an. GENTSHOSIERY. Blackand fancy silks, silk plated, solid and fancy^striped Lisle Half Hose. Ingrain Cotton, hand^seamed high spliced heels, British Balbrij;-^gan and many intermediate grades. ir. THE LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES AND^NOVELTIES. ANACONDABRANCiL OurClothings and Fttfllishingl will bear close inspec^^tion and should be inspected to be appreciated. ESTES^ CONNELL MERCANTILE CO.