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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
3 TRAVELLERS'CUIOE. '^num amiv^ . 1L*S.%. M -Mxed trala treat Mtte Leaves^i utte at ^.M in: surer Bo* to isam,^Mpn 10.nam; Stuart 10 *7 a m l.aiir st-Krora Butt* liMM Hulls M.sS ^m^Silver Bo* i.tn pms Uncug I M, Htunrl^1 ^; leaves Uarr Bin l .'.01 p m. User Lodge^l.'.W p Warm sprln,-^, 1.10 p m Stuart^l.lUpm. 6.13I'. at-From Butt*. \*vnt Hutte R.00 pm; HthrerBowwi p m; Stuart j 47 pa.^train^ pr.rxBT,^a.o^ A M-Por Butte. Stoart 0.23 a m; Or^|- sosI Bl m; Kl.ver Bow o.wam; arrive Butto10 warn^^ as A. M For Harrison Stuart 10 ^ a mi WannK-prlnet 10 a m: Deer Lodge 11 Jo aui; arrive liarrlson II41a ra.^^.SO r. M Arrive* at Buttu 4 M p m; ooanerta atSilver Bow Junction wHk U. f. Fast MaU. J8CTRICRAILWAY TUU CARTA TaketElect Nor. 10. 1KB. LeaveBlandarU Corner Leavs Carroll. ^Man^S:st) a in^Tits a a^1:211 a in^0:00 a in^tiooara R-.auain^:(io a in^11:40 am^lf:40pm^1:18 p in^1:60 p ra^(iMpin lOpm l:.wp m^4:90 pm^6:0 1 pill^6:^|uq 0:13p m^7:01 p in^7:40 pm^i:20pm^^:00 p rn :4'tp m^10:JO pm^11:00 pm 6:0oara^7 00 a in^^:^^ a m^^:#^ a m^h.ioam^10:00 :i m^10:40a ru 11:20:1in il:63am 12:56p m^l:Mpm^2:10 p m^2:W p b :Kpm^4:1* pm r.:oop m^6::^pat^G:tS pm^6:40 p ib^^:J0 pm^8:00 pm^1:40 pm^s:^pb^10:00 pm^10:40 pat^11:20 pm ABOUTTHE CITY. MissLaura Rainafonl ia visiting Butte^friends. D.J. Hennesay of Butte was reg istsred^at the Montana yeatertlay. JudgeWinston was in Deer Lodge yes^^terday on court business. CountyCommissioner* Hamilton and^Girard are stopping at tbe Montana. J.M. Kichler, baggageinaator of the^Montana Union at Butte, was in tbe Cop^^per Cuy yeeterdAy. H.R. Murdoch, representing the Morrill^Cigar Co. of Chicago, who lias boen sup^^plying Anaconda merchant! with smo^^kers' goods, left yesterday for Texas. Ahand-made jute rug, imported from^Japan, thirty Indies wide and two yarda^long, for ft..Vi. seems almost too good to^be true. But t'oiinellLo. have n aplendid^^election of these gooda at thia price. JosephPclan and Miss Anna Mivoetn-^vicli were married by Iter. Father Allac^ s^at Si. Paul's church Monday morning.^Louis Alder was beat man and Miss Anna^I'usiyan aeled as brideemald. ThomasDudley waa charged in Judcc^Itocaw ell's court yesterday with having^indulged in a plain drunk tbe previous^evening, and received a fine of $5 and^coats by the stern judge. Thomas is in^jail. Thecounty commissioners were in^aeaaion yesterday and will continue the^session to-day, receiving and considering^smallpox bills. They will meet in Judge^Englishs office. Dr.Stephens took Ilia Ilrat leason in bi^^cycle riding yesterday. He wants to buy^one. All persons who have a wheel for^^ale are requested to c ill on or aildress^the doctor, stating terms and make. Fornew dresses in the latest styles just^takoa walk through Connoll Co. cloak and^^uit room, which is full to overflowing^with the prettiest costumes and wraps^made in the very best manner and cut to^the mcst fashionable and latest designs. R.M. Greig and M. ('. Leonard drove^down the valley a few miles yealerduv^afternoon and returned last evening with^about L'j prairio rhickens. Mr. Greiir^brought Ins to the Montana hotel to show^Ilia frionds that bo could shoot with more^or less accuracy. FrankKennedy and Goorge Davidson^returned yesterday from tlin Rig Hole^country, whero they have been on a fish^^ing and hunting trip for several days. Mr^Kennedy surpriaed his friends by bringing^home one grouse anil one duck. He says^he did not catch anv trout as the stream*^over there are all fished out. Dr.F. L. St. Jean left for Butte yester^day whero he will bo married this morn^^ing to Miss Nadeau at St. Patrick's church^by Itev. P. De Sicro. He and his bride in^^tend to muke a tour through Yetlowstoirj^park and will arm o in Anaconda about^the 25th inst. to make their home. The^doctor's father nud two lirotlnrs of thia^city, Ludger, Wilfred and Eugene re^^spectively, accompanied him to Butte yes'^terday afternoon. Mrs.French Sheldon, the famous o/ithot-^arid African explorer, ia arranging to come^to Montana when she closes Iter exhibits^of African curios a: the world's fair. Mrs.^Sheldon has been talking with Mrs. L. E.^Howey and other citiiena of Montana^ami ahe aays that she has arrived at the^conclusion that tbe beat field for original^investigation and literary effort ia in the^history, manners ana customs of the^Indian tribes of tbe northwest. Ata mass meeting of organised labor,^held Sept. 13th, it was unanimously voted^to withhold all patronage) front the Japan-^ose; iliat they are as detrimental to do-^rnestic industry as the Chinese. Joh.iBarry*^J. c. WaiTRLtr, loiis Ifi VlNLl-NT, Committee. Kotlreto Pupils.^W. H. Tripp's institute will close in^Aanconda October 1. 1WM. All persons^under instruction will please finish^coiirn-s at that date. N.olr-. Allpersons indebted to the firm of Daly^A- Marron are requested to settle their uc^counts before Sept. 15, after that date the^U..ills will bo placed in tiie hands of a^lawyer for collection. Daly ^ Makro*. spedal. Wowill place on sale Monday morning^2o pieces ligured sutures, tine quality^^oi;h 2oc. at Mr a yard: also one lot of^men's wool underwear, heavy quality, at^60c each; regular price, ^!. C.O. D. Stork. TheCopper City Cafe. First street, o|^en^day and night. First class dinner with^wine, IS cents. Short orders a specialty^Charles Satto. proprietor. Arcyou uoing to the exposition^ If so,^must have ^ lunch basket. King * |^kenue.ly ha\e the largest slock :n to.vu. Allkinds of magaiiues bound at the Standardoffice. Attention! Forthe best and cheapest place for^watch repairing go to M. Hamruerelougu,^JU Maui street. ANEW INDUSTRY. JanesW. Clark aad Frank Bale Open^a Carriage Palming Khop.^Jamas W. Clark and Frank Hale are^meeting with splendid success In their^now enterprise, that of carriage painting.^Their shop, which is locate.I at No. 11*^Weal Front street, the first door west of^be J. T. Carroll company's office, ia al^^ready filled with flue carriages wtajl de^^livery wagons belonging to prominent^citiesns of Anaconda, and they have re^^ceived several mora orders of 6 Hks^character that will keep them busy for^ie tinw. Mr. Hals is a first-class car^^riage painter and sign writer, lata of Salt^Lake, where be lived for 15 yean, and as^Anaconda has been sorely in need of such^an industry, tbe new firm will undoubt^^edly make a success of it. Two carriages^from Salt Lake, finished by Mr. Hale, are^now on exhibition at the world's fair and^his artistic work carried off two prises,^gold and silver medals, at the territorial^fair held at Salt Like last year. Jim^Clark needs no introduction to Anaconda,^as bo has hundreds of friends in those^parts who will bellevo him when be aays^all work turned out by the new firm will^lie guaranteed as first class. ToMembers of tbe K of L. Totht Editor of (he Standard: Someof the Knights of Labor are mak^^ing a grand kick because the Standard^states that George W. Howard and J. F.^Hogan will speak In Masonic ball Thurs^^day evening, Sept. 14, 1K^!. in the interest^of tbe American Railway union. The^kick is that nobody has the right to give^up the hall, as it is the regular mooting^night of the W. R. Morley assembly, and^that no person had tho authority to spoak^for the assembly in such matters. Now,^I wish to say that it is distinctly undo r-^stood by all parties interested in tbe mat^^ter that the W. R. Morley assembly will^hold its regular meeting and that the hull^will only be used afterwards by and with^their consent. And it Is further under^^stood that in case the W. R. Morley as^^sembly ^ill not allow the hull to lie used^for the purposes mentioned that the par-^tics interested will go and occupy the^Evans opera house and that the good^work w ill go on just the same. I was one^if the parties who stated to the committee^arranging the meeting tbat I thought the^W. R. Morley assembly would be glad to^allow them to use their ball after they gat^through with it, and on that the commit^^tee made tho announcement in the^Standard- this morning. There is no^reason for any members of the K. of L. to^stay awny from their meeting, for nolnxly^can or will take their hall without their^^onscnt nor unlit they are through with it.^And further, as I understand it, the^Knights of Labor are expected to atteud^the lecture. Respectfully, H.H. Mayhkw. Anaconda,Sept. 13. Mealingof llallreaders To-Xlght,^To-night at Masonic ball in Standard^building an important and interestim:^meetlng of railway employes will be bei l^for the purpose of considering a proposi^^tion to reorganise tho (). R. C, B. R^ C.^II. of L. E., B. of L. F., O. R. T., S. M. B.^A., and and all other branch unions - and^issociations of railway employes into one^organisation under the American RailwsN^union. G. A. Howard, the national organ^^izer of the new union, and Mr. Hogan ol^the Union Pacific sysiom, will address th^meeting, showing the benefits to bo de^^nned from one grand organization of ail^railway employes, and aftsr talking over^t he situation a brancli of tho American^Railway union will lie inaugurated,^l-.ugeoo V. Dnbbs, the great rail^^road reformer, may be present^and may deliver an address. Atthe Montana.^Among those registering at the Mon^^tana yesterday were: Alex Wallace, Scot^^land: J. M. Kennedy. Anaconda; Ed j.^O'Neill, San Francisco; D. J. Hennessv.^Unite; C. E. Prahiiiau, Chicago: O. W.^White, San Francisco; J. M. Nathan. San^Francisco; F. F. Kelly. Butte; E. R. Mann^nig, Minneapolis; II. C. Botisford. Mill^nea|k^lis; J. L. Hamilton, city; E. Girard^Warm Springs; J. H. Willinan. San Fran^cisco, J. G. Evans, Tennessee; W. L.^Mason, New York; L. Daly, Helena. TheMontana Mate College at Agricul^^ture Slid Mechanic Arts.^This institution will open at H n^man, Mont., on Sept. 15. Instruc^^tion will be given ill the following^courses: Agriculture, Doinestio Ecoi^omy. Applied Science, Business, Music^and Tho Academy. Tuition in any^course except music will lie $10 per year^Board and lodging, 14 and upwards per^week. For catalogue address A.M. Ryon, President t'nloaParifle l.acursiun KatM Mow In fcffeelFrom Mont.ni.i 1'oluts.^To Chicago and return, account world's faira* To8t. loins and return^l ^i Ta all Missouri river points ami return.... m ^^ Uuthe 16th of each month excursion^tickets are sold to Utah and California^points as follows: ToSan Francisco and return * 'InI .us Aup-les and return.... a Toealt Lake and return M Ticketsto California points are limited^to six months and to Salt Lake 410 days. Wauled. Aposition by man and wife. Lady to^tako care of house and man to do ouiside^work. No objection to taking a poaitloti^in the country. Address C. L. M^ Sta.ni^-^ard, Anaconda. THE ROYAL DISTRICT. ViewersAppointed te isarvey the^From User Lodge to lliet Cansp^On Thursday morning of this week the^hoard of commissioners appointed Israel^Gibha, Peter Valium aud John Bicleuberg 0view and report upon a route for a^county road proposed in a petition presen^^ted by J. . Me Master and others between^Deer Lodge and tbe Royal gold mine^tho lowers to meet in Deer Lodge on Wednes^^day, September 20. Lastyear citnens of Deer Lodge sub^^scribed a sufficient sum and had ths most^practicable routs surveyed for this road;^but tbe matter, aside from some agitation^now and then, baa rested until now. Tho^viewers now appointed will go over the^route laid out by the surveyors last year,^estimate the probable cost, and report tho^same to the board. There will be no^damages to assess, as everyone living^along tbe proposed road is anxious to have^it built and will relinquish all right as^damages. Weare glad this matter has been^brought before the commissioners, ami^that they have seen tit to act upon it. The^Royal district is a part of Deer Lodge^county and is entitled to an outlet in aoine^direction. The natural outlet and most^direct route from that district Is in the^direction of Deer Lodge valley. A good^road from that camp to Door Lodgo^would benefit the people of the entire^valley, as all of their supplies^grain, hay,^provisions, etc.^would he drawn from us.^They are favorable to Deer Lodge as their^business point, and they prefer to con^^tribute their money toward helping tho^industry of their own county. Hut if^Deer Lodge county will not give i hem a^road, they will seek an outlet ill boiiio 01her direction. The Royal camp is now-^attracting more attention than any camp^in this section of the country, and we^hope the viewers, after u careful survey of^the route, will make a favorable recom^^mendation to tho commissioners. Sincethe above was in typo, through^the efforts of Dr. A. H. Mitchell aud other^nterprising citiiens of Deer L-idge, ovar^s'Jon was subscribed for the purpose of^sending n party over the proposed road^ami clearing the way of timber aud other^obstacles for the convenience of the^viewers. A party of six men, thoroughly^quipped, left Deer Lodge this morning to^'blase the trull.^^Sew Xui thurtt. TheLand Is storey s. -peels!Dispatch to the standard Hf.lena,Sept. 13.^The local land office^to-day decided the contest of John U Tarn^and John M. Storey, involving ground in^Butte now covered by buildings and very^valuable. Lucy Storey tiled on a aingle^lax lode mining claim and made a inin- ralentry in leKJ. Tain and ( otter con^^tended that sho had not complied with the iwin doing assessment work and mak^^ing boundaries. They claim the ground^was covered by single out mid double out^lodes owned by them. The land office^finds the ground waa originally covered ythe Annie Laurie lode claim, on which liepropor assessment work was done. 'f i-s.Storey bought out all the claimants to heAnnie Laurie lode. The land officers^dismiss the contest, which gives the land oMrs. Storey. .'raiseHim All Creatures Here Itelow Chicaoo,Sept. 13.-A new feature of^the religious congress and one thoroughly^in keeping with the spirit of the great^;^arliament of religious is a series of^itiion praise services inaugurated to-day,^^ receding the session of the parliament^,.roper. They are under the direction of^.he Society of Christian Unity. Anions^the speakers in the parliament were the^archbishop of Xante, a prelafo of the^firoek church; Punk Kwang Yu, Chinese;^llabbi Hirsch of Chicago aud Rev. Father^Byrne of Cincinnati. Scribner'sMagazine bound at the Stand^^ard of lice. Dr.Cutelius. dentist, office over Smith^Drug Co. 's store. Harper'sMagazine bound at tho STAND^^ARD office. FORFIRST CLASS Callon or Adorns*: jjSfe;^ IIQ w^^' Krstreet, 11*/Auaconda. Meat. CarriagePiloting i Specialty. Themost pleasantly situated and finely^appointed furnished rooms at Andy Scbil^ling's Capital lodging bouse, Missoula. Awaylien in i, Lagall compelitor^ with the Cbicszo,^Union Pacific ^ North- Western lins.^This is the popular route for passengers destinedto the world's fair. EffectiveAug. 0 Union Pacific tbrougl^tram from the east will reach Butte at^Ml p. in. instead of :.:.^^ a. ill., as a^present. The through tram from tlie cast^will leave at 3:30 p. in., the aame as it^does now. King,-. Kennedy are the only agents in^Auaconda for the St. Kcgis Indian bas^^kets. Nsw block just received at low prices. Hurbolicb^ I.ubich having opened a^new saloon, East Park street. Come^and see them. Miiwattkis* beer on tap. Allkinds of magaxiucs bound at the^S:a^Dakd office. Scribner'sMaguziue iwund at the Stand^^ard ofUce. Notlee. TheMissoula o.'fice of the Siamurd^i,a-!s c : removed to tho office of H. W.^M^ers. Orders for advertising and sub^^scription may be left there. Complexioncompletely coni|uered of^ta-t. freckles and roughness by using^Witch Basel ( ream. Try it. Cress, the^druggist, and Smith Drug Co, SOMETHING EntirelyNew. 6ouvenire of the LOWERAND UPPERWORKS ^^Colored Photos on Motherof Pearl, BETIN BEAUTIFUL FILAGREEFRAMES. Wewill be pleased to show them ta^Our Customers. a. LEADINGJEWELER BESET- Cure.C^Whoop^Urn it h^all hIki, i^Sola by Kruii^BackcrClicv rSKIL0H'SCURE. k1 It ,-. -w ik-*, bote Throat, (.roup,^r^ryC^uwU and Au.nna. Tur ('( ^m^*^4*^^Manor..a!: h#j curtl itMVttAdl wheft^til failed ; wiH cure ) utfukm lm USfe^^*^nwgiwAi on n nirmni e. I ^ ^ Lit'*^iMataiiMSliJi.uH-:^IJLA*^TEk. LCH'5/lCATARRH ij*neraWOg For^a'e hv ^!i^ Hm rti Drne fn., Ann nda,^D. at Newbro Drug ^ o, Hult j. NIGHTMESSAGE. THEROCKY MOUNTAIN TELEGRAPH CO. }V.P. S. HAWK, General Manager. sadthe following message sebjeet te the terms \SOTjt 2 3 atedoa back hereof, wtaleh are agrees! la. jy,Co ppe r City Commero i a 1 Co.. Anaconda. Mon tana.^Have bought a bankrupt stock of Ladies' and Chil-^dren' s Shoes at our own price; tell all Anaconda paoplewe will sell them the cheapest shoe they ever saw. Geo.Tighe. READTHE NOTICE AND AGREEMENT ON BACK OF THIS BLANK. Theyare Here 1 Theywill be On Sale to-morrow. The Sale^will be a Gigantic one in every respect. All^good, first-class goods at prices that will^create a perfect sensation. We will break^the record for way-down 44 BARGAINS. Listento the Music of these^Prices 300pairs Infants' Shoes, your choice at ioc 200pairs Infants' Shoes, your choice at 15c 250pails Intants' Shoes, your choice at 25c 0,Mama! 1 want a pair ofthese. ioopairs Children's Shoes, your choice at,^100 pairs Children's Shoes, your choice at.^250 pairs Children's Shoes, your choice at.. 50c75c^$1.00 Mustbe Seen to be Appre-^ciated. 150pairs Ladies' Oxfords, your choice at 55c mopairs Ladies' Oxfords, your choice at$1 00 200pairs Ladies' Oxfords, your choice at 1.5c Buti Cannot Understand, _r*~\/*W 100 pairs Ladies' Shoes worth 55, for$2 00 I ^\t~\ Y Ol 1 r 100 ',airs l-adics' Shoes worth $7. for 2.50 VC-tl 1 1 vU I iqo pairs Ladies' Shoes worth $0, for3 00 Solid ComfortRight Here. 250pairs good house Slippers at.^200 pairs very fine Slippers at...^100 pairs extra nice Slippers at.. ^ ^ .50c^^ ^ 75c^. 5i oo AllMail Orders received up to Sept. 18th. Willbe Filled at these Prices. Anaconda.Montana