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THEANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER a, 189
3 CaratCoBsosaptlnn, Coughs, Cronp, fsrs^l'liroat. So'd by ail bnnuu on ^ GuiranM*.^for a Low Sid*, Back or Clint Bhiloh'^ Porous^Plaster will gin graat astUfactiSB.^s^ UDU. ISHILOH'S VITALIXIR. atr. T. 8. Hawkins. Chattanooga. Term.,asrti^^/tattoo^. VdaUatr'SAVKD MY LIFE' 1^antuUerUthtbr* rrmedyfiir a rtr Inlltutrrf *'i*trm^favrwed.^ For Prtpcptis. Liror or Ulduer^trouble It excels- rjwr 76 rtt. ForSale by tlio Hmlth llrtig To., Anarnnla TRAILER'SGUIDE TStAtxta rem vs. iBB A. M.-From nutte^Um nntts Ml^s m silver llow t:S3 a m: Hluart *:^J^am. 12:06p. M.^Fioni llntta .ni.t Garrlson-^1'ates jiutto ii:00 am: Silver llow il:i^ a m:^Mum ti :us in: leaves (iarrt^^n )U:tu a it;^Ueer lodge io:^ am: Warm Springs 1U:U am. B:IOP. M.- I eaves Btilto 6:00 II: bUT^f^BOW 6:ft^ p in: btuart 5:M p in. tbainsdstart. :OB A. M.-For Garrison^smart ^:*^^warm SpiInn ^:v, a m: Deer Lodgo 0:i:^arrive (iarnson vmi a m. CiOOA. M.-For Hi tie- Stuart Ml am:^sou ii:j^ a in, siner Hum s.tc a m, arrive^loooam. :40 F. M. - Arrives at Kurte l:M p. m.^ny ^ at Silver Ituw Junction wlUi V. t CHARLEYJS_IN IDAHO BanquetTendered the Bronco Tamer inPocitella DESLAURIERIN COURT AGAIN TheBlacksmith Fined for Mistreat^^ing His Tenant-Challenue to^King Jones, the Pug.^Goes to Butte. ^at ami Oreg-Biitts roa-, Fast ELECTRIC RAILWAY TIME CARD MmMm mv^ id. m THtWfcATHtR. Thorcrord of the tliermomoter yester^^day ill front of C. XV. Dr.union's ^Ini(r^store ana: 7 a. in., 2U decrees above; 12^m., 33 degrees above; 4 p. in., 31 degrees^above; 8 p. in., I'l degrees above ABOUT THE CITY. Arl'liUminllot-al new* trill be fouttd OHtin i'i'jlitlt Mli Fourfeet of snow is reported In OIscq^gulch. TheF.Iks will hold a meeting Sunday^altcrnoon. Amlitor-KloetMoss, w ho aueceeda him^^self in that olliee, was up from DoerLodgo^yesterday. P.J. Gillignn, an Anaeonda man from^Futte, was down yesterday telling hia^friends just how it happi ued. M.E. Knowles. veterinary surgeon of^Hamilton, rame to the eity yesterday and^will leave for Three Forks this morning. Owingto the nliseneo of the state's at^^torney at lker Lodge yesterday, the hold^^up ease w as continued until this afternoon^at 3 o'clock. TlioCopper f ity w heelmou held a meet^^ing last evening and eloped up the nlT.nrs^of the past MmM summer. Tliero^was a largo atteudauee. Rev.(J. A. Hamilton w ill conduct Swed^^ish religious services in tho ChriHtian^rhurch next Sunday at 7:30 p. in. Mrs.^Hamilton is ulao a preacher and lectured^here about a year ago. Mrs.C. XV. Loouila and two rhildren^will depart to-day for Syracuse, N. V., to^spend tho winter with relatives and^friends. Mrs. Loomis will bo accompa^^nied as far us Chicago by Mrs. ('. H. Oray. Duringtho past two weeks Morgan^Evans has lost 15 valuable colts, one hav^^ing died Wednesday valued nt fLUfl. Ho^does not know tho nature of the epidemic^that has ap|^earc^l MMM his colts, but^does know that it kills his most promisinir^slock, while iho eayuscs arc apparently^free from disease. JamesMcCaffry returned from the Oro^Fine district yesterday and reports every^^thing lively there. On tho north fork of^Cottonwood, ho learned, a party of men^were washing gravel for sapphires, and^their work has not lieen altogether unsuc^^cessful. A party of tcinoorary eapitalites^are interested in the diamond industry^over there. Themany friends of Jacob N. Keith in^thm city will lie pleased to leurn of his^marriage to Mrs. Murgnret 1^. Wallace^Wednesday evening in Helena. ^Old^Jake,^ ns he is popularly know n here, w ill^receive the best wishes of the entire ^urt^preservative^ craft together with con^^gratulations of his many Auuconda^friends. Atthe Montana. Thoseregistered nt the Montana yes^^terday were: C. XV. Angevine, Chicago;^F. 1). IMmNi Milwaukee; John M.i-^gitire. liutle; C I, Stnmale, ('hiengo : H.^Seligman. Kansas City : J. II. I'orter. S|mi-^knne; Mis. M. ^'. OMa ( liirngo; W. K.^Knowlt's, Hamilton : K. XV. Mierm.in. Com^^bination ;T. 1'. Kelb . (Im ilia : .1. II. Bfnsjj^ing. ('li ieago;Gay X. J'latt. Hutte; A. c.^Murshmuii, (liiciigu. Noticenf llis'illltlon of Partnership. Thecop.irttiersliip heretofore existing^under the name and sty le of Mclvee A;^Haynts in the eity of Atiacondr. Deer^Ixxlgc county. Mont., is dissolved by mil-^tuul consent, ('. S. Ilaynes having pur^^chased the entire interest of Oscar Nfe-^Kee in the c.itK'eni. who will hereafter^conduct and carry on said business, the^said S. ('. Ilavncs hereby assumes all^debts and liabilities of saM llrtn, all debts^due said linn to Ik) paid to said S. C.^Hnynes. Hatedthis lirst day of December. A. D. MMoisi ak Mi Kie,^S.C. Hay.m s. Thebest line of men's and boys' over-^roais ut Asehheim's. Thefollowing is clipped from the Idaho HydraulicUold Miner, and will be of in^^tercut to many Anarondana, who are ac^^quainted with John Le Moils: JohnLo Mous, know n among the sol^^diers and cowboys of the northern coun^^try as ^Montana f barley,^ tho longhaired^and handsome scout, bronco rider and^pedestal clog dancer, was recently inter^^viewed by a Jfmiv man at Pocatello, on^his arrival thero from a general tour of^the Yellowstone country, from Uoieinan^to Salt Lake eity. Charleysays he left Anaconda last July,^after giving an exhibition in the Anaconda^park with his partners, in a labor^union picnic, of bronco riding, high kick^^ing, dancing and athletic work, and then^went to Uutto city at tho Columbia gar^^dens, and gave an exhibition of the same^nature, leaving for the East alone through^the National Hark. Onarriving at tho Mammoth Hot^Springs, the soldiers there gave him a^grand reception and dance, in which he^took special part. The lord of long hair^with his musical timbered sharpies says ho^was treated like a king, and tho guests^say they were highly pleased with his^exhibition and paid him well for his serv^^ices. Charleysays the Yellowstone country is^the prettiest spot on earth, not only for^its natural beauties as a scenic country,^and that the grandeur and romance of its^surroundings are unequalled. Its skirt^dancing waters, teeming with fish; its ro^^mance of grandeur enchanting and en^^chantment sublime. Game of all kinds^run the country in unnumbered quanti^^ties. Outfrom the Yellowstone and into a^wild romantic region he had a dispute^with a bear, which for several moments^indicated a bad result with Bruin or Char^^ley, but the result of a few dead-eye pistol^shots the latter wilted and a three-mile^ride to get out of hcardoni brought him to^the camp of Ambrosie Oatcs, to whom his^experience was related in cool confidence.^Mr. t l ues is sergeant of troop ^D,^ Sixth^cavalry. Fire Hole Basin. Throughthe Little Madison and Alaska^basins and the Ccnlenniul valley tho^country is exceptionally beautiful, greatly^need I ul of irrigation and civilised ad^^vancement to bo of much value. When^tho time cornea for a railroad into the Yel^^lowstone country 'bis section will bloom^with fields of grain and many prosperous^farms. I'ponhis arrival at Pocatello he met a^surprise^to come to Salt Luke City and^fill an engagement at the Wonderland^museum. But on leaving town a deputy^I'uitod States marshal requested him to^turn up his coat collar for horse stealing^and go back to a visit to the royal magis^^trate He was acquitted. The same dep^^uty United States marshal ramo after^him again for selling booze to the Indians^anil was again arrested. As before he was^acquitted. 'Montana Charley^ says he is going to^camp with the Pocatello people this winter,^and keep his word good for reasonable^results. Inthe spring he will have every thing^ready for bis Wild West show, to make a^tour of litis country, for w hich purpose ho^h is been traveling this country in search^of fine specimens of game. He is an in^^teresting, entertaining and venturesome^fellow and thoroughly understands his^busiiiO'W. A banquet w as tendered him at^the Pythian Cafe in Pocatello and his^friends are now legion. A.Deslaurier, a blacksmith doing bust-^nets in Cherry, near First, was arrested^yesterday forenoon for assault and bat^^tery upon the person of Mike Callahan.^From the testimony adduced it appears^that a month ago Callahan rented a room^of Deshutricr's wife, in a building on the^same lot on which the shop is situated.^Yesterday Callahan, w ho works on night^shift, went to his room about 9 o'clock to^retire, and was in there only a few min^^utes w hen Heslourier came in and asked^him if be intended to keep that room.^When answered in the affirmative ho in^^quired, w ith emphasis, ^Why don't you^pay your rent'.''' The Im lligerent land^^lord was informed that the money was^forthcoming, and that If he in^^sisted upon it, the money would be pro^^cured at once. With that assertion tho^blacksmith struck his tenant, forced him^into a corner of tho room ami attempted^to strangle him. After the man had^fallen, partially insensible, tho punish^^ment was concluded with a vicious kick in^the ribs. Theyoung man went to n friend across^the street and borrowed tho money and^paid Deslaurier and swore out n warrant,^charging him with assault and battery. TheFrenchman's peculiar line of de-^fonse was that he asked Callahan to settle^for his lodgings, and was met with a cold^^No, I won't pay you,^ that the plaintiff^b':a-i to cry nnd said he would go and^get the motley for him, and that in stoop- forKent Threefurnished rooms suitable for light^housekeeping, with or without us* of^piano. Apply to M. O. Dickey, Montana^Union depot. RapidBaaineas Writing^And bookkeeping taught at Tripp's Insti^^tute, corner Cedar and Park avenue. (1000toward.^For return to Pacifle Express company's^office or F. M. Grady an English mastiff^dog, lost on Nov. 8. Masle. Wantedpupils in music. Apply at 630^Cherry street. Magazine*. Leaveorders for renewals with T. W.^Hayes, 233 East First street. Grandhall at French hall. Doe. ^. for^benefit of boilermakera now on strike at^Blooniington, HI. Tickets Jl..in. NoticeAll persons knowing themselves^indebted to E. C. Frcyaehlag * ^ o. will^please call at real estate office of B. F.^Mnhaii and settle their accoiinta at ouce.^All accounts not paid by Nov. _o will be^placed m the hands of an olllc-or for col^^lection.E. C. FBKYSCHLAli ^ Co. DoctorMy good woman, d.ies your^son stutter all the time V Peasant ^ Not^all the time, air. Only when he attempts^to talk. ^ Commrrcinl-Uazette. Whenyou are sick It is essential you^should use the purest drugs and baveyotir^prescriptions put up by competent phar^^macists. You w ill llnd both ut Brandon's^drug store. Horseswanted for w intering. Apply to^Ed. Skinner, Mill Creek. Anaconda^Flumiug Co. Grandhall at French hall. Dee. ^. for^lieneflt of Ixiilcrinukcrs now on strike at^Blooniington, III. Tickets 11.50. Grandball at French hall, Dec. 8, for^benefit of 1 Killer make rs now on strike at^Blooniington, 111. Tickets 91.50. Haveyou ever smoked Old Honey^tobacco^ Only to cents a pound, sold by^King ^ Kennedy. WastedA good, capable girl for gen^^eral house work. Apply to Hi East Park^avenue. Toys,notions, confectionery anil cigars^cheap at Premium store, 211 East First^street. Agrand display of diamonds, watches^and Jewelry at the Anuconda Broker's of^^fice. Youwill find the best line of underwear^and overshirts at Asehheim's. Dr.Gutelius. dentist, office over Smith^Drug Co.^b store. Forfull assortment of boys and child^^ren's clothing call at Asehheim's. Goto tho Premium cigar store and get^in with the guessing club. WantedClean cotton^ST ami Alto oflice. rags at tho Youwill find the heat line of underwear^and overshirts at Asehheim's. Comfort'scabinet photos $3 per doxen. Goodassortment of men's shoes always^on hand at Asehheim's. Thelicst line of men's and boys' over^^coats at Asehheim's. Comfort'scabinet photos f3 per doxen Forfull assortment of hoys and child^^ren's clothing call at Asehheim's. Pullline of musical instruments at An^^aconda Broker's oflice. ingtlow n lor his ^lumper, shirt or sonic-^jled hi.-, nose which ^bled ullover its fact thing. ho buni|s MM Therewill be a meeting of the board of^education at 8 o'cl^x^k. this evening, at the^office of the sii|^er:iitendcut of schools. \^full attendance is dc-ired. D.F. H.m.l.ah Ul, Vice President.^A. L. Bragg, Clerk. Takenby mistake, n black beaver Jacket^at French hall Monday evening. Finder^please leave at Standard olliee. Themost complete stock of toys and^holiday gissls in the city at the Bawl Hive.^Come and see. Afull hue of ti links and val.sos always^on haudut Abchiiciin s. Judge*Kockwcll imposed a fine of ^lTi and^costs upon Deslaurier. Colonel O'Lcary.^his attorney, gave notice of aprical. and^his boh Is were placed at KXK^. w hich Des^^laurier had no trouble in furnishing. He^has furnished similar bonds on various^nnd sundry occasions before, huving ut^present cases in all IM courts, from^Justice to state supreme. Theproposed fight between ^Chocolate^^Jones and Charley Leonard evidently at^^tempted to walk dow n I'ark avenue, for it^has slipped anil fallen through. It was^generally lielieved that the light would^never materialize, as the men were not^evenly matt lied, and the way they sinned^out to arrange the affair w as not nltogether^satisfactory to the sporting public. Jones^left the other day ostensibly to go into^training in Unite, end since then nothing^definite* could lie learned rcgaixiing the^projKised scrap. Leonard is determined^lo try it on again, this timo with King of^Anaconda, and to that end he has issued^the follow ing challenge:^Ti* the M**wsbJ Mass1 Ine Standard: Seeingthat a itnteh tietwern *1'lioralate^^Jones soil myself cotil^l n t lie ajrsnge,!. 1 here^^by rhalli MS King to a finish (Ijjiit nt auy time^he may choose.Vol v.- lis arli. Kingis well know n in this city and tho^arrangement of u match lietween these^youngsters would meet with satisfaction^among the lovers of fistic encounters.^They are alxiut ispinl in build and si lence^IbsMNMJMMI with these as princi^^pals would no doubt be interesting. Forsale ^A good square piano, price^(75. Terms to suit purchaser, i'or par^^ticulars inquire at 5^i7 tlak street. SmokeSilver Star cigars, sold by King AKennedy. Comfort'scabinet photos f3 per doien. A.,*- The Holiday Sea-^. son is the most per-^utOCK Pyxing of the year. Itif always difficult^rto decide on what to QLl buy In our un-^\I/aiir equalled assortment^-of appropriate and 1QC3.S.desirable gifts you^will see just what you want,^your time and patience will be^saved and you will learn what^pleasure, satisfaction and econ^^omy there is in buying your holi^^day prcscntt of us. Gives J' Warningto I'roperlr Holders.^Now is the time to make preparations^against the storms of winter by having^your doors and windows stripped with^Brown's patent metalic and rubber^weather strips. Linson ^ Smith, solo^agents, 217 Oak street. Anaconda. MtMs Thoseparties who hare long standing^accounts with us are hereby notified that^if accounts are not settled on oris fore the^15th of December. DO.', they w ill be placed^in the bands of a law yer for collection. Bl'kki.Bitot*. ^ Co. (ton'tThink^That because I handle a complete line nf^standard booka that I do not also carry a^full line of watches and Jewelry. Call and^be convinced.T. W. llwi-.s, 223East First street. InformationWant*,! Ofany case of rough, cold, influenza,^bronchitis or consummion that can not 1st^cured by Dr. Gram's cough syrup. For^sale ut Brandon's drug store. Shiloh'sCure, tho Great Cough and^Croup Cure, is for sale by us. Docket size^contains 25 doses, only 15c. Children^love it. Sold by the Smith Drug Co, RETAKEPLEASURE .. In announ, irg our^Opening lor the Holi^^days To-day. AnElegant Line.^All the Novelties.^Pricesjo Please.^A Call Requested. WATCHOUR WINDOWS FOR ARTIS^^TIC DISPLAYS OF THE LEADING LINES EVtRYTUIXC.IX I UK WAY OffIDITAMJ PRESENTS. Nowis^the Time Toselect your HolN^i ay Gifts. We have^all the latest novelties^and designs in sterling^Silver and Gold Jew^^elry. Sec our window^display of Gsnts' solid^Gold vest chains at $ i 5.^New bracelets, new^rin^s Mid everything^appropriate for Xmas^gilts. Come and make^selections while the^assortment remains^larp;c at the leading^Jcwclrv Store of J.C. KEPPLER LOSEE^ MAXWELL 1IO Main Street, -ro- Ladies'and Misses' WRAPS. THEMONTANA, gJiacOVDA. OpenedJuly t. IM^Koopenej Oct. 1.1 THESMITH DRUG Co. 11 8 Main Street. OpeuTill It) at Ms lit. BlELENBERGtFCOM Vkolrsalesod ltetall Dealers la BEEF.MUTTON, PORK.GAME. ETC. MainStreet Anaconda. Oneof the haodsnmeil and most elegaata^appointed ho'eit la the Called mates. Ttint^snglily fireproof, and provided with elevates^slectrie liells, lire alarm*, ninuin^ water. balli|^Steam heal, open fire placet .m l all uiodeit^SODieoienees. ttoenit en suite and sin;!*^Cuisine aui service strletly flnr-elata. lUta^from $3 BO PER DAY UPWARDS at^cordlac la ft Us sod rharaefr of renmi oeot^C. W. LOOMIS. Prop. NewConsignments receivedweekly. A large ship^^ment ot the Very Latest^Just Received. Ladies'and Children's CombinationUnderwear At$1.25 to SO per Suit Wearc a-'cnts for the celebrated QOMMERCIALHOTEL s2.00PER DAY. Boardper sienth, ItoarJ and room.^m to ^^^ GcolAccommodations, J.B. REYNOLDS. Proprietor. QITYLIVERY STABLE. Phlllpsburtr.Mont J.I). CARLhTON ^ CO., Prop s. A(jcneral Tranifer jMssSwl Tnm.vtel. Iltil^ la.s Mu|,ii ami MMl Itlk'ft.^OtsBlL ii lo all 1 islas.ltleplioae 2tsv ^1 Thebest Shoes made in Amer^^ica: Curtis ^ Wheeler's for^Ltilics; Williams ^ Hoyt for^C uldren; James A. Bannister for men. Anexamination of goods and^prices is solicited. LOSEE^ MAXWELL MERRILL. THE JEWELER. LookI^Stop!^Think! Canyou do bet^^ter than to trade^with the^MARTIN DRUG CO., \vhere you arc^J treated courteous^^ly, can get what you want at hon^^est prices, and know that what^you get is just as represented. THEMARTIN DRUG GO. fhis Space Reserved Wwww f FORTHE CopperCity^Commercial^Company, Whowill announce their IE0PBNIMG with a New Sto:k^of Goods within a lew days C.C. C. Co. C.A. BLACK. Manager.