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THBANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER I. i3ji.
ELfcCTR;CHAI1.WAY TlMU. CARD. tasksMM) Nov. 1, ML TRAVELER'S(iUIDh^. IBBB TiOSA. M.-Kn in Sm iN-l-naves Stuart G;45^mm: Mill Creek CiV^ a at; sliupt 7-.M a ni FromHutio i.^^^^-^ Hntte 7:50^it in: Silver Hon .-^^tin in, M n.it ^-JH a ni. lliAUA. K^nM Hum- aotl tisrriton-^Lctves Unite 10:40 0 m. H Iter How 10 ^^; are;^Mnart ii .m Hin; It-ties li.irrlton lOlOiiu;^li. it Ltxli;.- IMM in: Warm H|^rinipi II 11 n in liMi ^i - Krom Hud'ami t^rrimn^l* ^^^^^Bull*^:'.'^ pro; Bllter How .1:4; pni; Muart^flit pro: svsWM ti.inioii lilt) pin. Deer^Lodge IM p m; Wsria si rm^s ^ p in.^HUH nr.rAiti (itsA. M.-Kur Htuarl- Simps ^^^ .-J am. Mill^( n ek ^ :3' i ^ m i arrive Btiiari ^:40 ^ in tilOa. ^i -Kor liairittin-Sluarl a::o am;^Will in *prlllK^ H:.V1 it III; II.-.-I Loilce '.' a a 111;^nn i vf (Jairii ^li Ii:^^i a in. iio a. SI K ^i i...,i.- -Mail I'titiil; Sil^^ver 1'ow (^:^*^* a in; arrive huh* lu:15 a ni. t^^ r M -rat inn- unl liairmon-smart^L':VjptU; Silver ll^K :^:.'.^ p 111: itrilve MM*^;i.14 ii in: Warm spriu^^:i: pin; Itier l.oilge^4: Op in; arrive tisrrimii 4:13 P THEWtAlHER.^The daily reeortl of the thermometer in^tbia city is reported by ('. W. Brandon,^urtigciat, corner Main and Firet streets.^Tlie record (or yeaterday waa: ^a.m..^18 degrees above; 1 - ni., r^4 ilegreea above;^4 p. in.. 63 decreet above; e p. no., 38 de-^gi tea above. /BOUT THE CITY. J.M. Moore camo down from Bulla^yeaterday. EJRiley, a cigar manufacturer from^Oinslii, ia in tbia city. BobSmith, cbief train dispatcher of tbe^Montana Union, wai in thia city yearn-^day. Anunutually large number of people^attended the ball at French ball but^n*^ht. KdMcMallan, chief clerk of the Mon^^tana Uuion offices in Butte, la in Ana^^conda. (.comeHunts, formerly with the Mon -^tana llnion.came back to the Smelter City^yesterday. DeputySheriff Henckley of Silver Bow^it in Anaconda on basinets connected^wuti li t office. Thefoundry ia runtime on overtime^these duya. Work ia cominc in from all^parts of the Nuriliwcstrru country. ConO'Connor cptn.ti hi* saloon on^Front street but Bights The place was^crowded with bis friemls all uigbt. Ant w cigar store will be craned tint^week in ibe franiebuild ngnn Firet atrect^formerly occupied aa a millinery ttore. Donot fail to nee ibe dude boarder^courting under difilcultiea in ^A Quick^Match,^ aa preacuted by the Note Jolli-^tica. MissesMary and Katie Evant of Ana^^conda returned Wttln -silay from a three^months' vitit with frieiitls in Washington^aud California. CallahanA Aim n will open a new^taloon nn First ttrtet. near D. Cohen'a^atore to-morrow. They arc fitting the^place up in atyle. FrankH. Pilliug representing K. L.^Polk 4% Co., the directory publishers,^it in town, lie it working on the Gaietee^which that company it preparing of thia^a lute. Anyone about to paint the town thould^take a lesson or two from Jacob Ltver-^wurat, who painta nightly in the Nora^Jollities' nautical c. m-dy, ^A Quick^Match.^ Ahandsome new tigii hat been painted^over the front of the business haute of^Powell * Walkup't on Main ttreet. The^letters ure in gilt aim bordered with ailver^and tet iu diamonds. JohnWhit ford hat made arrangement!^to open the Arcade taloon on Main street^nest Sunday. Whiiford waa formerly a^retident of tbia city, but for the last lew^months bat been living in Butte. DeputySheriff Sam Porter brought II-^Wakefield up fr^ in Stuart yeaterday,^where he wat arrealed for vagrancy.^Wakefield wat examined before Jiist.ce^O L;ary and tentenced to work out a fine^of 10 days and coats. St.Mark's ehur.l.-All Sainla' day-^Morning prayer and holy communion at^11 o'clock. Evening prayer and terra on.^The rector wiil review the work of the^pott year in the morning sermon, Sun^^day echool at 2-.H0. Ail cordially invited. JameaStevens returuod from Wardner,^Idaho, latt Thursday nig-tit and on Fri^^day the stone quurry in Sheep gulch waa^opened. Ten men were put to work and^more will be added during the m il week.^When the quarriet anil lime kuns were^running in ;ull blatt about 50 men were^employed. G.S. E. Witner, who for the patt five^yeart hat iH-eti connected with the Ettet^4% OMMtM Mercantile M mpany, hat bten^promoted by hit employer* to the posi^^tion of aaiiatant bookkeeper. Mr. Wit*^ner hat worked bit way from the lowest^capacity, entering the t'.ore ut an errand^boy, aud hit auccess it d. terved. A.H. Pretcoti. Hrlenn; J. M. Moor^-,^Butte; John A. Grain, Portland; E. D.^Mantlleld, Minneapolis; J. T. Ureit, Chi^^cago! J. H. Coddingtoti. S w York; J. T.^Wcmeseory, Cliicano; M BMMBsMBBs^Kanaat City ; Cl:ar!t-s F.ower. Chicago;^E. M. Dudley. Si. Paul; A. C. Sheldon,^Portltr.d; W. II. Ii hens and wife. Si.^Paul; Ed Kiley. tImaha,-John T. Mr^Grew. Baltimore; J. J. Slioviand, Chi^^cago; J. t, Dawaofl, i.mi ; G. H. H da-^intou, OHMM* were registered at ILc^Moutaua ^^ iitiIs) . Torent.^A good, comfortable four^rot ni* d In.use iu g'm-d repair, l.ow rsut^to dt-tirtbie tenant. Apply J. M. Ken^^nedy, lull Ceuar ttreet. THETALK OF THE TOWN Fictiibont tka lontau Slate Teich-^ers' Reidiii Circles. TIES AND TIME CARDS Chang*In the Schedule of Mon^^tana Union Trains-Prank* of^Halloween^About Shows^Com nn and Coins. Froma circular juttittued by the board^of managert at the Montana State Teach^^ers' Reading circle, the following extrucit^are taken: Ontbo l^th of October the committee,^telecttd by the county and city superin^^tendents In prepare a plan of organ.ii-^tion and adopt a course of ttudy for a^Montana Slate Beading circle, met in the^rtty of Helena and perfected on organ na^^tion, of which an outline ia given below.^While the plun may not be perfect, it ia^believed to be practical, well suited to the^peculiar condition! of our atate and one^that will result in great good to our rap^^idly growing educational ayatem. Thereading circle it under the general^control of a atate board of manager*,^consisting of two county superintendent*^and one city superintendent, telectrd by^tb* State Teacher*' association. Theboard meet* in regular session^twice a year to aeleet books, make rules^and regulation!, and tranaact any bus-^inct* relating to the c^ele generally. One^of the meetings shall be held during the^St.no Tearltert' attociation, and tbo^other at tucli time and piao at the com^^mittee may designate. Eachcounty superintendent ia made^manager of the circle in hii or her own^county, and hat supervision ot the work^iu detail, to far aa that county ia con^^cerned. Allteacbera in tb* atat* or parson* de-^tiring to do the work are eligible to mem^berthip. Mo tee will be charged. The^only requirement made of member* ia^tuat unuer tb*direction of the county su^^perintendent they pursue diligently the^court* of reading aa eutlincd by the state^board. The rending circle year shall be^^gin and end in September of each year.^Provialona thould be made on the pro^^gramme of each inetitule for reading cir^^cle work. Thia will enable the county^superintendent to learn what ia being^done in the various parte of hit county^and to explain fully to the teacher* what^it expected of tlieni in thia line. An-examinationwill be held during the^session of the county institutei of 18J J b y^tb* county superintendent in each county,^and all teachers showing that they have^completed the ciuttefor tl.e year shall^lie furnished with certificates to dial^^ ffect tigned by the title board of man^^ager* and the county manager The^quettiont for each cxtmination aball be^turn i thed by the atate board of manage r*.^and aent tea led to the comity manrg-rt.^Or, where it it impracticable to bold ^uch^examination, the county manager may^employ other meent to aa itly bimteif^that the reading bat been properly done^and grant certificate* at before. Thehooks selected fortbe pretenl year^arc ,'Xbeory and Practiro of Teaching,^^by David P. Page, and ^Luhtt of '1 wo^Centiir.es.^ by Edward Everett Hale,^which will be turnitbed to teacher* at the^tpecial pricea agreed upon with tbe pub^^lishers. Teacbera who may bare recently^read either one of the booka hero men^^tioned may substitm. for audi ^Harm s'^General History of tbo World. Thereading may be carried on indi^^vidually or by a number of teacbera^associating together for a local circle.^Where tbe county superintendent ha-^a aupply of books on deposit the y will be^furnished by him at the lollowing tpecial^prices: ^Theory and Practice ef Teach^^ing,^ 90 cents; ^The Lights of Two^Centuries,^ $13). Tbiamorning tbo electric street car*^will be started running again. Thia will^be a great boon to many people, particu^^larly those who live a long distance from^their work. The corrected time card It^published in tb* StaMiard this morning.^The first car will atari from tbe Standard^corner at 4:50 o'clock iu tbe morning aud^the last car will leave at 11:40 o'clock^p. iu. People who own bortea ahould be^c-itre 1 til not to leavo tbsm untied along^the route of tbe street rare or aerioua ac^^cidents may result. Parent* are alto^warned not to let their children jump on^aud off tbo cart or play along tbe line. TheGeo. W. Ltderer Model company^which appears at Evant opera bout* next^Wednesday, and which supports Cbarle*^Dickton, it said to be one of tbe atrong-^est comedy organixation* in America,^and is precisely ttm tame that will pro^^duce ^Incog^ iu New York for an un^^limited run on January 4 Mist Ellen^Burg, tbe leading lady, wat two year*^ago engaged by Anibcrg for bit New York^theater, and wben there created tbe Ger^^man part iu playa afterward translated^by Augutiine Daly, in which the waa de^^clared to be tupcrior to Ada Reban iu^every particular, even dress. Manager^Ledertr ^ Be rt d her extraordinary induce^^ments to leave the Amberg stage and^secured her, and tb* ha* received an^ovation wherever tbe appeared. Alice^Shepard, one of tba moat b autiful aa^well at talented actresses on the stage,^wat. until tbit teaton, leading lady with^Frol,man's Lyceum company, playing^^Tb* Wife.^ Clara Lipmaii wat formerly^ingenue i i A. M. Palmer'* company, and^later with ^The llurgiar,^ and Nellie^Buckley it a California girl who it poa-^^eaaod of both beauty and talent. Among^the men, Harry Davenport, the brother^of Paunie Davenport, in ght be^mistaken for bit great father,^E. L. Davenport, at the aame age.^Until be Joined Uirksou, he wat^with Harrigan't company, and in bit^present part of the irascible old faiber,^he baa made the bit of hit life. Robert^Edeton and Louis Mum, e pecially tb*^later, are well known on thitcoa*! as two^of tbe best juvenile leading men of tbe^period. J. L. Oit nieyer wat one of tbe^features in A. M. Palmer's original ^Jim^tbe Penman^ company. Eirle Brnivn,^Louis Wasouaiid Edgar Alien consttttilea^tile btlance of tint strong rrgan lition^The costumes worn by the ladiet or* ta-.d^to be magnificent, Mits Burg having ol^.^taiutd hers iroiu Worib't when in Par*^latt tumiuer, and the remainder were^made by Mme. Connolly of New York,^eucb one being a nun v. I of tbe uioduiv'a^art. TheCrimes of a 0re.it City^ at pro-^seme I at Erant opera tiouse last n gin ..y^the laii n .Square Drarnanc cemi.iit.y was^not a hi.wi.ng success. Then- are s^ v-^t ral very good |^er!orinrrs In the troupe,^but their It ad it too heavy wh*n they a:-^tempt to please an audipr cr with a piece^to utterly abandon * i to m iii'tisbnes* a*^la ^Tbe Crime* of a Great City.'' There^is too n.ucb cooing and i ve luai :nt rti I^aloi b r n; and nil tbut ton of ih.iig hi it^to piette any oue i ut the most seuti-^mental maiden of If. BtttaV s there is^too much straining lor chm-x s. J be^critiset dm t come in naturally and tbe spectatoria kept uncomfortably awara of^the fact that ^it't only a play.^ Perhaps^in a large theater, belar* a big audience,^a stronger company could make the pier*^entertaining. Hut those conditions did^not obtain laat night. The audience waa^unusually small and not over apprecia^^tive. Theyouth of tb* laud were in their^glory last night^it wot Halloween.^Gates were awqwd or exchanged, boxet^were tumbled into lb* tea ire of tb* side^^walk, door latches wire tied down,^chimney* were stuffed full of rag* and^paper, wagons * ere placed aatrlde t)f^atablc roofs and half a million other^pranks were performed to the infinite de^^light of tbe lads and tho infinite disnust^of tl.e police effioers and sober ciui -us^gtnoraily. Tbe persons who cannot ov,r-^look the harmless pranks of the itdt ami^lassies on Halloween ft un-American aud^ibould b.. exiled to Cuill. JohnV. l'e rii* carries a complete line^of I tpi r , cigtrs and bar m,.piles. If^you need anything of tb- kind he can fill^your ltrgi st order prompt!* and tautfai -^torily. He does a strictly Wholesale buti-^uess. No sample room in connection. Pabstbeer it for sale at every first-class^taloon in Anaconda, if you want a gluts^of foaming lager lo cheer, but n^t ^ ne-^briate, call fur Pabst baer. John V. Pri^^nts, agent. Smoketbe celt b-at*d J A cigar for sal*^on y at L-^n Hum.-p a. No 8 Main street. Trya nn tat at the Mast ff plug cut for^ale at Lou Biirneu't, N v S Mam street. Tho**intercutd tb m d not i tho fact^that a nsw time cam for Montana Union^trains, to and from Anaconda, go** into^effect to-day. There I ill be no 10 o'clock^train from Butt* at nigut. Trainaleav^Anaconda for Unite at 8:10 anil l:M^o'clock in the morning and 3:44 p. in.^Tbe two la*t named connect with Ibe^irafn tor Gsrrtson. Trams arrive ben- at 8:Uand 11 :M o'clock in the morningI I o:3Do'clock p.m. The 11:50 and tills)^train* connect with 1 bo Garrison trams.^The train crewt w ill b ^ m arty tbe tttBv^as last year. Conduoiort \V si and Ru^-^sell will have charge of iho pasat tig r^traina between Unite and Garrison, a ^ I^Many liorne will run list mixed along^lbs same route. Conductor N -Iton Will^puorh the ticket* between Duttu and^Anaconda. Rumorhas it that there will bi an in^^teresting little discussion over police^affair* m tbe city coui.cl to-morro^^night. When tome of the aldermen were^spoken to upon liie till ject t hey pre f-sscd^to be entirely unnwnie of any impending^trouble. A I ibe officer* are going qulen^^along and performing their tlutie* to th -^general satisfaction of the public. J.T. Conr y, an old employ* of the^Anaconda company, returned on Thur.^day from Gem, where he hat been work^^ing tine* the tmelter* cloaed. Hewn,^lake hit old place at th* upper works^wben they start. Meantime he has a fob^^below,^ at tbe boy* say when speaUi.i^-^of the work* at Carroll. N.J. Merchon, chief electrician for tbe^Montana Union railway, hat returned to^Anaconda. Tue lights will be turned on^at the ahops and in a t of tbe company's^buildings in this city to-morrow. Mr.^Merchon left the Copper City when the^shut-down cam*.and since then has been^spending bit time on tbo Pacific coast. M.J. Foley, one of tbo trusted employes^of tbe Montana Union railway, baa re^^turned to ibe position formerly occupied^by him in tbe couipi.uy't shopa. Noticeof l^lssolati..u ot rarluershlp. Noticeis hen by g veil that tbe Aim ot^Davit Si Gavin is th t day dissolved by^mutual consent, UaviJ Davis retiriuv.^Thomas Gavin will atsuine all the debts^and collect ull tbe account* of the lan^firm. DavidDavis.^Thomas Gavin.^Anaconda, Mont., Ool. It, tarbsl*. A urst-class millinery atore, with t^good ttock on baud. For tbe right pari;^this is a splendid opportunity. A|| y i .t^Mrs. M. t . Leonard, 213 Purk avenue,^Auacouda. t.irlWaaitd.^Wanted, a girl to do general house^^work. Mutt h- a good cook. Apply at^123 Eatt Dark avenue, corner Oak. Warned. Tenttamttert, Anaconda Fluiuiug^company. Mill Creek. Itia a singular fsrt that in Ibe borrow^^ing of Western or Prankish el-.thing uu^Oriental invariably begun with the siloes.^I he transformation of nn Eisit-in to a^Wetti r.i is ever from tbo feel up. and his^headgear tbe latt that be part* with. On^lb* other band, tbe beadgear is tbo first^part of the Oriental that Wetternert are^tempted to adopt. ThePipestone mineral water is Iho best^mineral water in tbe market. If you want^water on tbe tide or otherwise, call lor ii;^every nrtt-cltvtt taloon hat it on tap.^John V. Peirlii is sole agent for Auacouda^lor ibit mineral water. JohnV. Pt-trits wishes to trll thote who_^are about to go into the saloon butincss'^to civ* him a call. He will quote pricea^that are sure to secure bus,ties . Forthe convenience of hit many cus^^tomers in the eastern portion of the city,^J. A. Scbroeder is about to ^ p n a^bakery at 419 East Park avenue. Onlythe most telect qualit cs of good^^that can be procured are sold at tbu Ken^^tucky Liquor atore, corner Firat til^Cherry streets. Mitt.E. Spratt, dretsniakcr, late of^Denver, ia now located at 110 Eaal Third^^ treat, Anacot.da. P.rtl data work guar^^anteed. J.A. Derrengcr's barber .-hop, 110 Front^ttrtet. Ladle*' and children's hair cut^ting a specialty. Hath* reserved for la^^dle*. Ifyou want a good cigar and a good^place to tmoke it go to Lou Buruatl't, No.^8 Main ttreet. Fora complete line of glatewara go to JohnV. P -tn'i. Maths.L'5 centt, at the Montana hotel^harbor thop. NOMORE BACK ACHE HC9ntly (*# f-tt'MAn^q ftotlct appcurtl in I (Sunft am-1-,co C*rontcl0. Tuflir*^ Rh it! Wen nick otilv aV-ut f MMIM il PHItWJPt th.^t the maUwIjrWit a *t-rim^ hM.^At the tx-Riiiuin.^; ^t hi* i!1*^r^ Ve nutlett*.I tu rn^tliahrtea ^t.d atomiuh i|i-^rtKr Later the^kitluev* rmtsMl to p*-ti^^rm tbcit function*, and^lie p^'- I ^niirtly aw iv l ' . - rn leti the Mfc^of one i^f the iiio t prominent tm ii iu Oal.^loriiia.^ Like (IviUttMl otlMM htn un^^timely death wa* the r*---ii!t of m-g.cctiui, curly^ayurpiuma of ki ^ it \ t|.*- . -*e. If YOU bbbbb. retrmiHed with dU1^ete^.. (ravel, or anv Ho tiiuKi-nicnlof the ki'li.e.* nt min.irv ^tj;;M'*^^ttmt't dtUy proper ttt.ittnent until you are^forced to jtHve up your ^i.nlv dutiett; Hft't^wa*te your m^^ne\ on wort Mesa liniment*^ami wor .e p\.-^u i-. hut *mv.f at the aeat of^lhedi*eaw at o:k^.' hy u*in*' t he irreate*t of ell^known remcttie*,, the relfhratrtrOrrRon K^i-^nrv Tea. 1( h^*^av. I the hve^ *.f thou^iKl*^Whv should it not cure ^ tu ' Trv it. \'vi ^ ly^^ept tal le nnd plcuiiut to take. $1 .OOa puck-^Ut. ft for *.VtW II.A. D AC11KIL, ButU*1 lt^, MOUI..U*. Wholesaleand hclail. EVANSOPERA HOUSE JOHNMAUCIItK Mtnagei. Directfrom Its San Krdcciseo Triumphs! Wednesday,Hoy. 4. TheOBMBM CHARLESDICKSON ANDritit Ceo.W. Lederer Model Company l\1HK Shrieking:Comedy SfJCtftf, Incog. I'lcedi-.l lysCniliiu Hi: rr, BookIII. Chapter I. tl , IMekMiu id ^ltook 111. Chrpter I. s:^^-l)iel,S()U iii *BM*}a Healsnn stle at the BsM I n-i k BBBB/tl EVANSOPERA HOUSE JOHNllAiil'IKK .klautziM. ONENIGHT ONLY ! Saturday,October 31. HENRYJ. BYRON'S MattISueeit.ful Comedy liisma in l ive A is.^THE Crimesof a Great Citv Or,Liverpool by Night. Arar:y by the Name of MBaV W It PMMM K BtK'K RuthKlrby.^ lovlrr. tiled un l true MMAUSa K'^ih;i:k4 OtherChtrseters t^ the OBMBJs heatsDew .e.i sale at Miiith't drug store. JHEWORKS ARE RUNNING Andthe People are Running to MACCALLUM ^ CLOUTIER'S, WhereThey Can Buy* GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Cheaperthan anywhere else. We also carry^a fine line of Gents' Furnishing Good^,^Liquors ot the choicest brands, Teas and^Coffees ol the best quality. TryUs and You 'it Ihty iXoichcre E/se ! MacCallum^ Cloutier, 5ooN E W^CLOAKS. ITALadies, Misses^-wVV/ ar\d GhildrerVs Wraps, INTHE LATEST STYLES, Directfrom the Eastern Markets. Don'tbuy last season's Wraps^from Butte or elsewhere. We will^sell you new Wraps chca] er Wchave a few last season's^Wraps which we will sell for 50 cents^on the dollar- OPHNFOR INSPECTION, WednesdayOct. 14. Estes^ Connell Mercantile Co. fc Arc Bewiviif New -~-Ta NewSuits, NewOvercoats,^New Underwear,^New Hosiery,^New Cloaks,^New Wraps. OurOrders Are All In, and the^Balance of Our Stock will^Soon be Here. 501 PARK AVE..^Cor. Chestnut D.J. Hennessy Mer. Co. 4NACQND*I BKAA CM.