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THBANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER ao, i3)i
tLLCTK.C H ULWAY TIMS ';AKD ta:iK 11ftmr wttr, U aa. l.i-\ i illltiiuill l.i.r || Ij-um-t_:u roll. Mia, ait iit. :hi H. Ida^I .^a^:siil.^: t I |^^0J |i.^:Ju p. 4:ii B^. m tanp. in .it ^ ji in .iias y. hi (Ml,in . HtMl ll iii .Ml, in HI:U |i iii .Majtii. in IliMa, m.^I ii n. in^7:nu. in. :lIMa in.^1 USUIa. III^1 l^^:^_ in.^I: r^ p. Ill im it '^^unit. in. Iijii in. 4Op iii.^. 4*sj p. in.^. ^ial p. in. .6: I b, iii .7OH i^. ni.^. ls*a a, iii. . '.'.II u.iii. .Ii. p.iii. .MMP.in. IIiM p.in. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. T1IAIKSAIIIIIVR. 7:0BA v.- 1 ^ ^ 111 S unt l.i::vi'^ Stii ut 4.1.1^^ i III, Mill Ctt rl- B:' .*^ a ill; shops 7: 4 it m. !.%.^ ^. Knini Hum- I.-urn IHilli- IJfl^h in; Silver liuw n :^*. a in. Mu .rt sa in. iii..tiA. ^i -^roin tattle ami UnrTtOOB^^least's IttUti'Ifl ttta in slutllii* Id'.7 a in:^Miuirt llajtaajl Mifi DsaTrtsssj loloain;^IKi i lxitl^i- in:.;. i in : Warm snriiii!* II II aai I::m i ^i ^ from Hirio ihhm; rrisou -l^iv.** Hllllfr.:.T. p in ; BUfOf HOW f.:l'|l hi. MlUWt^4:10 pin: IcalcH Hani on r^:'0 pin. llitil^Loilgu .1 :H p in: \\ ai m Nprintr* 6M p in.^'i BAIM M MM b:^0 A. M-l-ur Slimrl Simps H:S4 a in, Mill^^ n ok lo^^ a ui; in ri\ u HI nai l it-.to a in Willi.A. .11 ^grot Harrison Moan IiM a III:^WOffOJ Bo*lO^ttl0ooj( Uoor M4pa9d^001|^Wftva Oairiona viAl a in. Oil A. si.- Kii.'Until' -Hnml !^:t^ani; 8:1-^rtf K^^ *:.^* 11 III: all lie MIIIC lu:li 11 III. S44 r M- Kor lull ami Harrison Stuart^'.' :.V.I p III; Silver 11 IW :^:.',* pill; o:l.i^ MuUi'^3:14 i^ ill; Warm r-pr.ui;H3:M pm; lleer l.-xl^o^4: up in, ^frtfo Ooffrtaloj 4s*f p in. THEV. LATHER. Tin'daily m orel iT tin lliernioiuc ivr in^thia city lor yislinluy, aa ri-portoil by^('. W. Brandon, w is aa fnllowo: 7 a. in.,^l'.ttli'|rree-.iil^ jvi'; 12 in., 3U ilegrt'ea abort!;^4 p. in., Xi Ueeri'i-a ubove; S p. ill., 20 de^^grees above. ABOUT THE CiTY. PoliceOfliccr laciuan la now on day^duty. W.W. Walswortli, iiianagcrof the Hutte^OSoM of iln- lUIMItt la in Anaconda^on a brief visit. Hon.Ws M. liicktoni of MisiouU,^world's fair executive commissioner for^Montana, is in tins city. Aspecial lure ling of the National^Union will be li-ld Saturday e vening; at^Association lull. IJiisuii'sa of import-^once. Diedat Granite, Mont., Nov. 18, of^cholera infantum, Marcus 1). Mullvelull,^anu of JosepU ami Nellie Mullvehill, aged^1 year, 11 months and 12 daya. C'hurloa(i nnniell yesterday shot an^^other m.-ifiiillrent dter in the canyon,^^i!i' nt live in ks obevo tint city. He is^Kittlii ruig th. in in by the dozen this year^and Iiuh the best luck of any hunter in^these parts. St.Mark's church, Sunday before Ad-^V 'lit^Morning prayer, litany anil sermon^at 11 o'clock; evening prayer and sermon^at ~:M o'clock; Sunday school nt J.-liJ^o'clock. The Kev. Dr. Quiuu will olllciale^^I the services. TheChristian E uleavor society will^give an entertainment and supper at the^Christian church t^ night. Supper will^be served from ^^ to 10 p. in. The enter^^tainment will constat of songs, ileelama-^tioiis. essays ami aoei.il cbaU A general^invitation is given. Noticehaa been received in this city by^n vi tal old members of thoCocur d'Alene^Miners' union that the llrst nntiiversaiy^ball of the Muliau Miners' union will take^place tins evening and that It promises^to be a grand r.fTair. Special trains will^be run for the accommodate n of neigh^^boring towns. 'J he best of mu.ic will be^furnished am! a general all-round good^time is guaranteed. Theperformance of ^The Queen of^Fame^ at the opera house hist night was^^ succesa in every partu ular. The cast^was well selected and all of the ladies^ucqtnttud thonisclvot in a creditable^way. Th^ manner in which the^drama was presented rt fleeted credit^upon Miss Harris, under whose direction^it was produced, as well aa upon the^ladies who gav I so much time and care^to the rehearsal. SamJohns, a miner from Granite, has^got himself into a peck of trouble. Ho^waa arrested yesterday on a ehaige o'^insanity. Joins has been acting strangely^for some time past. A few nights ago^several persons in Toocy ^V Hunt's gain-^bl ng house dectected him in the comtms-^aiou of a crime iig.imst nature. There^seems to be but little doubt that Johns^ia insane. His ineninl condition will he^inquired into to-day by t ouuty CoojoojK*^am .er Hamilton. Complaintis made by several citiiens^of Anaconda that the h i AMiAlio is stolon^early in the mornings from their door^steps. Ills pri sinned that mischievous^or dishonest uoya are tho tliii v s. Here^^after a careful watch is to be kept ami^auyouo found stealing the MftMMM^from the residences of the citiciia will^lie prosecuted to the fullest extent of liiu^law. The bus in i , i Boo of llsfl Si AM^^Attn will tee that th pioHCcutioii is a^success, too. WilliamU. V. .*iin-. Jr., Philadelphia;^6. A. Corbetl, Omaha; 11. L. Scheriuer-^li'iru, llutte; H. II. ^ja,n^burg, Ashland,^Wis ; Jam s Snields. Ellistou; Samuel^Of tier, I incago; H. Ilatris. Ho,'en; The^^odore Brontiey, Il.er Lodge; T. E. Op-^peiiheinier, llutte: 1'. s. Merchant,^Healdsnurg, Cal. | C Wt Diamond, St.^Joe; T. C l'ower, llelena ; W. W. Wais-^worth, Hutte; T. M. Na;nad. San Fran^^cisco; H. C. Hother, Helena; K. K ('ani| -^hell, li.dialtap ^lis ; W. M. Uickford. Mo^^mma, were legistir.'il at the Montana^yesterday. Anicely lurnished room for rent, 213^Cherry street. lhandon'sdrug store, corner Main and^K.rst mreetii. Ci to th ^ ( oiiibiiiatun r^ s an ran I for i^good sOOOX Ticketsfor 'he ^O.ieeti of Fain.''^sa.e at Sin ll.'.- drug store. ftr Hr.Etidris, US West I'ark uvt line, up^stairs. THEYARE ALL KICKING Businesslin Don't Like the^Charged on Insnranci Price ONE WAY OUT OF IT A Gentleman Proposes a Mutual^Company of Local Capital to^Carry Anaconda Rioka^^To Work a Chang*. Thoaverage insurance rates charged^in this ely is S per cent. O.' course there^are many buildings upon which much^higher rates are charged, and soma upon^which not more than m or 3 per cent,^is charged. Hut the average rate on oil^property insured if, according to the tes^^timony of local insurance agents, about^I per cent. Thia is Ju.i y regarded by^nroperty owners as extortionate and un-^iusnflahly hijh, and iheret is talk of a^movement looking to a re lucii ni of the^rales or a withdrawal from the organ iied^companies now doing business in th k^city. The Pacific Insurance uni^ 11^ia the orcnnii .ti^ n or trust which^makes the tchedule of rate* (or^all citica in Montana. It ia^a aoullcss corporation is the evidence of^pt opto ill this city who seek insurance^upon their homes and shops. Severali (Tons have been made in re^^cent mouths to obtain a riduction of the^rates for this city but nothing has ever^come of it. Business men say they can^IIml in. justification for the prices exacted^In in ill-in for insurance policies. They^say the city is handsomely provided with^protection against lire. The lire depart*^mm is in first class condition, the water^system it as complete as money and la-^b -rcau make it, and the torn ia not ox-^posed in any unusual; manner. When^the city was founded tho streets were^inatle wide and thus additional and val^^uable protection against fire provided. Theman wiio make* the schedule of^rates fi r tins city I v s in Salt Lake and^he has frequently promised to recommend^a revision of the rates. But nothing haa^been done nor ia it likely to be done^unless a vety rigorous kick is made by^those interested. Tho lecal insurance^agents do not deny that the premiums^charged hero are far too high. Thiy^would not objicl to o.-e a liberal reduc^^tion made as the increased businesa done^would compensate them for any loss they^would sustain by the cut in rales, Ombusiness man said yesterday that^he found it burdensome to pay the^insurance rules charged. He suggested^that a local company lie formed lor the^purpose of cuirying the insurance on^Anaconda property. He said the risk was^small and the profits on the insurance^business in this city uunually, at present^prices, were large. ^A mutual company^could be made Just as strong and sato as^need be to furnish full protection,^ be^said, ^and citnens would subserve thoir^own iuteresta by giving the matter atten^^tion. When occasion arises for settle^^ment on policies all vexatious delays are^avoided, because you can deal dirtctly^with the home ofllce. The premiums paid^do not Ii .ivr the state. Ail I tie invest^^ment*, general outlays, etc., of the com^^pany lire made at home, in no instance^is tho phrase so much and so justly heard^nowadayi. 'Patron s ^ homo industry,' aa^it would tie III thia case. We would all be^driven to patroii'oe our local company^becausd it would be so much cheaper and^just as safe, NOSEN'9 LADY AND HIS STUFF. IheyDisappear Together and l.eavs lliui^With S' in Kipeilenee.^An Austrian named Nosen reported to^the pol.ee yesterday that he had been^robbed of $70 in cash ill a house on the^r^ w. Notch i aid he visited the house late^Wednesday night, and liked ibu tor-^rouudingsso well that he went to bed and^didn't get up until yesterday about 10^o'clock. Whenhe got up he found that his hor-^pitablc entertainer, a French lady who^rtcently arrived from Hutte, had departed^from the plucc. Nosen was not in the^best of humor when he examined his^purse and fcuud it empty. I hen he told^his tale of woe to th ^ police, mid they^Marled tut to find the erring madam.^They soon discovered that she had left^the city on the 8 o'clock tram in the^morning, and aa* out of ^heir re lull be^^fore the officer* were notified of the rob^^bery. To-dayNosen knows enough to know^that he is a fish of the species known us^sucker He will probably subscribe to^the proposition that the way of oome^transgressor* is hard. Hut then he haa u^valuable piece of t xtiericuce that no siren^can rob him of. AIftssoefl ia a ii ich.iiIh*^Hon. T. 0 Power was among the arri^^vals in tins cny on last evening's train^Mr Power is in excellent health, and^passed the evening pleasantly Willi^Irieuds at the Montana. To-day the sen^^ator will bo the guest of Mr. Daly on a^lour of inspection thrcugb the upper^and tho lower works, and to that expedi^^tion most of the day will be deroted. Mr.^Power expect* to leare for Washington^about a week h^tict^. Th*Lowland C uli Hall.^The officers of the Lowland club have^decided that the ciub'a first hull of the^season shall take place nt th*- Montana^next Thursday evening. Nov.38^Thanks,^giving uigIn. The members of the n-^ccutire committee wiil call upon all th^member* of the club tc-day and serve^them with tickets. It is intended to maku^the opening bill a brilliant uffair. J.A. Dcrreng^r ^ baroer sho;^, 115 Front^street. Ladies and children'a hair cat^^ling a speciulty. baths reserved for la^dies. Forsalt ^ I'hc lurnittiru of two lied-^rooms, n,eluding c ruets, stcres, c'.c.^Apply upsluirs orof 3;8 F.r*t street. Liquorsof purest distillations, uged^^wines most select iind old, cigars of^Havana's best growth at the Kentucky^L quor stoic, corner First and Cherry^streets. Trythe J. A. cigar at Lou Burnett's. Ttith* WlitiUsalt. Trad^.^Our Mr. K set Held has had tin actire^experience of ^ y.'ais in the handling of^straight rtciihtil distillations. In view^of this fact, we di al o, y or advantage. Ki.Mi i kv Lic/i tut Store, I' r W Ml a..'I t ll' 1*1 8^'S. TheCombination it stauiant in Tie ey^* Hunts, 14 and Hi Main s'ree', n open^day and night. No Chinese osip, Alex^Owt n, proprietor. Ifyou wish to keep warm this winter^you should go to L^tes ^t: footled'* ulld^pStrchaiO one of their t i.ea; . yet elrgu I^over oat*. Finecigars, laftsoro and sTistoa al Calla^^han A Aiiern'f, 1330 First street. THETEMPORARY CAPITAL Doingsof ISM V. a. Oraad Jul-Far Iks^Pardoa ^l Hsrry Hoasaaaa. S|rt-i.n to the Mamlar i. Hm.i-.J4a,Nor. II.-The United States^grand juiy were discharged this after^^noon. In their report tbey oensuro and^reprimand G. B. Garr and John W. John^^son, two rancbimnof Cascade county,^wbo entered into a conspiracy with Ed F.^Barnum to divert suspicion from Bar-^num's mother, wbo was postmistress at^Msnn. The jury did not think the avi^^an nco was sufficient, howtrer, to Indict^Gair and Johnson, whose confessions^led to the arrest and indictment of^young Barnum. ANi s Perco Indian known as Charley^Red Hum was discharged on recom^^mendation of the jury. He kiUed as In^^dian on ihu F.athcad rcscrration lam^Juno wi h an uxe. The testimony^showed that he acted in self defense. Apetition is being circulated here ad-^drusked to the president for tho pardon^of Harry E. Honsman, t x postmaster at^Missoula, w ho was sent to Deer Lodge^last June by Judge Kuooles lor one year.^Honsman waa convicted of cinbtu'i^num. The petition has bet n signed by^the ni^ miitis of the jury which confided^Mm.siuati. Sereral stale clHcers bure^also signed It, THh FAKIR'S FALL. Howlbs Prii.eo ot Liars Has llocesas a 4fimuion I him.^from the I'lttsburg I)is|^Ctt. Thatfamous writer of harmless fakes,^Joseph Mulhattan, b iter knowu us OrangeBlossom,^ was arrested in this^city yesterday on a cnargo of rehiring a^roommate of ^.,'^, and is now an inmate^of Central station. His arrest caused^somewhat of a sensation wheii it became^known who he was. Nearly every one re-^membjrs the wonderful stories written^by him a few years ago and published in^the local papers. Hefitst br.-nehed out aa a sensational^liar about la yeara ago, when employed^a* a traveling salotmati for a Pittsburg^manufacturing e iiieern. 11.* first effort^as an Ananias was in sending a loeni^paper u highly sensational dtscrtt^lion of the demolition of a town^in the Mahoning valley by a crowd^of boys with nitro-giyecrine. Hi*^next effort was the finding of an im^^mense natural cavo iu Kentucky, in^comparison with which the Mammoth^care was iusign .fieaut. His delight^seemed to He iu the llitiling of wonderful^cavt s nud fossils of extinct animals of^Immense proportitns. His descriptive^work in tli ^ line was so complete and^wciit into Mich detuil that it mis'.ed pet -^pie tverywhere, ami caused numeroii.^scieulifir parties to goout to investigate^the alltged wonders, only to find that^Mulhattan had perpetrated one of his^practical j ^kcs. Muliiatiau, howtf . r,^never wrotu anything ingenious about^anyone. Of late yeurs, it is said, ho has^become a heavy drinker, and only a short^time ago was released from a Chicag^inebriate asylum. Hu camo to this city a^week ago to visit rclut.ve*, but bus been^rooming on Second avenue. Ayoung railroader, Patrilk O'Toole,^was out having a night with tho versatile^writer Tuesday night, and after the sa^^loons closed they went to Mulhattatl's^room to sleep. When O'Toole got up in^ihc morning his roommate was gone, also^i;t5 of his money. The police were nrvrl-^fled, Mulhattan waa arrested and taken^to Central stuliou, where, upon being^searched, the money iu bills of the de^^nomination*-described by O'Toole was^found iu his possession. Ha was locked^up for a hear ng this morning, but de^^clares that ho did tiot lake the money,^though admitting tho other portions of^^) Toole's story. O'Toole was also locked^up as a wttneas. lur a Iterp llarunr. Bk.nvek,Nor. 19.^The inter-state deep^harbor committee met to-day, with dele^^gate* from various stales. President^Evans outlined a plan for obtaining from^the nt gt congress tho entire appropria^^tion necessary to complete the harbor at^Galveston, it being estimated if ill- ni -^propriation was obtained the work would^be completed in a year or 18 inoiiths.^The committee adopted a resolution in^accordance with Evans' plan*. HisUreal r.ulrli LaJi'HTA, Colo.. Nov. 1^.^W. H. Brotli-^erton, the man wbo attempted to tiumlle^a wheelbarrow from Sin Franrisco to^^ Idea go on a wcg.-r, died here to-day of^mountain ftf er. Manor. Theboard of county commissioners^will meet In special session on Saturday,^Nor. 21, mi, for the purpose of correct^^ing; any errors in tba aasesiment of the^county. Any taxpayer having any com-^plaints to make in regard to errora in^assessment, is rt quested to be on hand^on too nay nieuii ^ncd, and stata com^^plaint to the hoard. ByObder or Chaikma.i. Attest:J. F. I i; \zm.t^^n, ^ iurk. Doyou want to present your beat girl^with a ring'.' If so, go to Keppler. He^ean show you a beautiful line of atones^with handsome setting*. Kir BBla (.heap^A' choice homo for a man of small^means, by Charles Hcuck, real estate^dealer. First street. Willthe party that took a fur cap ^ by^mistake please call at Stamiakd office^and they can bare the one allien belongs^to them. JustK^^lr4 Acarload of choice apple*. Call at^Mnt-Calhim A Cloiitier's and see the qual^^ity and learn the price. Brandon'sdrug store, comer Main and^First streets. Dr.St. Jean, WM West Park arrnue.^Hospital hours U to in a. m. J.('. Keppler is renovating and improv^^ing his Jewelry establishment. When^completed It will lit one of the finest jew^^elry stores in the West. Brandon'sdrug store, corner Main aud^First streets. ForRent^To desirablo parties, a fur^^nished house. No. 4.0, at corner of Oak,^and Fourth streets. Kepplerhas just received a lot of new^go. id*, including handsome silverware^and diamond* suitable for the holiday^trade. Cigars,tobaccos, nuis and candies at^110 East First stieet. H. H. Mayhew, pro^^prietor. ThePipestone mineral water is the liest^mineral water in ihe market. If you want^water on the side or otherwise, call lor it;^every first-class snloon lias It on tap.^John V. Petrns is sole ugentlor Anaconda^lor tins mineral water. Ifyou want a good time piece or rt qu re^all old one repaired, go to J, C. K- ppu r's. TheComb.nation restaurant does not^employ any Chinese help. Brandon'sdrug store, corner Main and^First streets. Baths,^ cents, at the Montana hotel^barber shop. Brandon'sdrug store, corner Main and^First strt ^ i. NOMORE BACK ACHE 4J4Mfmnctsc ttpmarcdin th* rscoChrt.nktt.^^ liidpr S^ tt.vl tvr*n ^ick enly almut two^wet .(iitl it wni not nod the i. -t t ^ ^ or^four tlay* that the uiaU^1^ took, a ^efi^^u*i turn.^At the bt^fontfotf ormi ItwcM he wflm 1 from^ditfhrlct and rtomrwh diwrdrr. I.^trr the^kidney* rrfuw^l to perform iheir funrtit n* Hnd^lie p.i v i -1 quietly tawny. Thiu endrd the lite^of one of the notl iimminfnt nun in Cali^^fornia ^ Like thoiMHind*. of other* hir^ un^^timely death wan the rr^.uU of neglecting caily^aymptouia of kidney ^liva^e. mmmmmif* you aretroubled with diaheten, giavel, or any de^^rangement of the kidnrvi or unitary or gun a,^rfoM'f delay proper treatinr-'it until yon are^forced to give up your dmlv duties; *hm't^watte your money on v ^^' '.^ linimenta^and wor^e platters, hut Btrifca nt the aeat of^tli** di*t*^!^e at once by u^i;!i,' the greatest of all^known remedies, the a 'rtTrvted ^ ^rr^t^u Kid-^uev t^a It ha^ i-aved t he lire* of thoH^ind^^Wfiv ah^^u1d it nat cure you ' Trv it I tit ely^vegetable and t)lca^uiit to Lake. $1.00a pack^^age, 0 tur K' '^1 *LA. D ACMKI U uiy,Mtnit.ui.i Wboiesaloand UctaaJ, OpenNov. 18, 1801. SAMSINGS CHOP HOI SE KcpulnrMeals, 25c. Mealasern-d to order at all hour*. Fish^and g .1110 in season. Cn ry thing^first class. INext 'o Merrill's^IJetselry Ktote. 108First S. r)oyou fuel ThegMsWiiaiaJ //^^^ d of ^i -va'ch, and that ycu can not^now afl id tlit Jine one you have alu mys wished to bt^the proud possessor of. In our Five-Do far W'nieh you^will find gy solution of rcur dilemma. A fair time^keeper, strong and dui;i'^le, it zvth t d. you over until the^coveted one of guaranteed tuaiitv can be see tin,I J.JVIerrill ^ Co. Signof the bin Co'cJ Watch. - - First Street HEWORKS ARE RUNNING Andthe People aie Running to MACCALLUM ^ CLOUTIER'S, WhereThe/ Can Buy GROCERIES d I i \ 7^ PRO VISJOh S Cheaperthan anywhere else. We also carry^a fine line of Gents' Furnishing Goods^Liquors ot the choicest brands, Teas and^Cohens ot the best quality. TryUs ami You it Buy Nowhere Etse / OVERCOATS KERSEY OVERCOHTS, MELTON OVERCOATS, CHINCHILLA 0VERCOA TS IRISHFREIZE oyeRCOHTS, StormOvercoats and Ulsters, justreceived by the Comeearly and -e'ect one while the stock^is comp etc. as they are al'.e idy going off rap^idly this cold weaMier. Ourbetter grades ate e ^uil 10 cus'o.n^tailoring Estes^ Connell Mercantile Co. D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Co ItVEHave Just Received Fromthe Fastern niaikcts a lull and^.e.ect hue of LADIES'.MUSIS' AND CHILDREN'S Jacketsand Cloaks. Alsoa Complete L ne of LADIES'WINTER UNDERWEAR, DewClothing, MacCallum^ Cloutier, ^SSFttX^t Glcvets, HOSIERYAND UNDERWEAR, Ca'pets, Fedd'ng. Comforts, Etc D.j. Hennessy Mer. Co. slXsKOXIh-l/^AV/A Ll/.