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THEANACONDA STANDARD. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27. 1893.
3 MONTANAUNION TIJHE TABLE. (Train*Arrlrs at Anaconda)^No. ^ FMM Canrt^oa sad all polnu Minnib^N.ft:W a m No.101 Hutu Kxprstt U:lflpm No.mi Butte Kxprets'. 1 '^ p m Ka.m Fran UarrUonfc Deer Lodgo l.ii p in^(Train* !.^.^^^^^ Anat'ouda) Ko.100 Uutm Express0:00 a ui StuartSpecial10:00 a m No.10^ Butte Kxpres* J:*0pm Ko.10 Butte Ixx-al ' a m Notetrain lir.^ eonnrrti at suv.-r Bow wltb^the Union farittc fail mall for ad poluti East,^boutb and Wi s:. TheMontana T nlon ha, aminsrd to run a^special train to connot at Milan wltb tlio train^(or Uarriton and tun srast. this train will^leave at 10:00 a m. I'nilfr the presrn; csrd^pats*n^*r^ ler Warm spring*. Deer Lodneand^tiarrtson e tn leave Aua^*ouda at 10:00 a. in. and^return at V:0S p. m. WOlABOUT THE CITY. J.('. English went to Deer Lodgs yeiter-^day on legal business. J.Maxsy of Buzs-iuan was a. Sunday^guest at the Montana. EdwinM. ( lark of liutte dinod at the^Montana last eveuing- Adaughter was born Saturday to Mr.^and Mrs. Kodgar Kiely of Carroll. Membersof the B. and B. club are here^^by notified to leave their orders for flowers^^t Craig's. (.eorgeUcnderson of Butto waa among^the prominent arrivals at the Montana^yesterday. TheTurn Yerein society will give a^grand ball at French ball Thanksgiving^night. Good tiiuoic, good floor, good time. MissEva Weaklati departed for Silver^Bow yesterday after a pleasant visit of^four weeks with Miss Edith l.vans at the^Grand Central hotel. Lovelyclirysantiic-iiuiiis for Thanksgiv^^ing tables. Smilox and asparagus, ro^ca^also, and cainolea*. Pleano wud orders^early to Mrs. I). J. Knox, M \V. Granite. Tho'contmitt4^e of arrangements in^charge of the Degree of Honor ball w ill^meet at Mrs. Theo Ehrct's this evening nt^7:30 o'clock. Every incniber is urged to^attend. Prof.A. L. Carpenter has taken up bis^permanent residence in this city ami in^the future will givo lessons on tho piano.^All those who wish to give him a trial will^pleasocall at Sherman's music store. Thepolice say cows have been roaming^the streetsat night during the past lOdays^in largo numbers. They say if tho own^^ers do not lock tho bovine* up of nighis^they will have to pay the regulation ^' .^line to get their animals out of tbe pound. Byleaving word at the Sherman music^store on Main street, the services of l'r^^f.^A. L. Carpenter may be obtained to givo^lessons on the piano at reasonable tetms.^Professor Carpenter is considered one of^the liiiest professional pianists ever in^Anaconda. Thecertificate authoriiing J. A. Koe to^act for the Bankers' Life association of^Dee Moines. Iowa, has been revoked aud^canceled. J. A. Roe is no longer con^^nected with or authorized to transact any^business for this association. Signed,^Edw. A. Temple, President. Thegentlemen on tbe committee of ar^^rangements for the Turn Vereiu dance to^be held at French hall Thanksgiving even -^ing aro making elaborate arrangements^and say that tboy will not spare money or^time to make tho affair one of the most^enjoyable ever given in Anaconda. SuperintendentColeman of tbe H., A.^A P. It. H. bas appointed C. E. Linn, re^^cently of St. Paul, a* his private soero-^tary- Mr. Linn comes to Montana highly^recommended by Minnesota railroad of^^ficials and, as ho is an agreeable young^man socially, he w ill receive a Montana^welcome by tho citizens generally, AI'ri.ES!APl'LCSt^If you want a good No. 1 applo of !.'^^varieties and large si/o boxes go to Kat-^zenstein ^ Cohen, on First street, Ana^^conda. M.Hammerslough, the Main street jew^^eler, received a large invoico of holiday^goods consisting of Diamondrings from $7.'i0 to 1250.00. Diamondstuds from (12.50 to (250.00. Diamondeardrops from (25.00 to (500.00. Diamondbrooches from (7.50 to (150.00. KoUce. TheMissoula office of the Standard^has been removed to the office of H. \V.^Myers. Orders for advertising and sub^^scription may be left there. NoticeHaving returned from the^world's fair, I am prepared to clem, color^and repair old clothing at my old stand,^No. M Oak street, H. Wallace. _ Sell lug Out Below Cast.^I will make olotlie* to order for less]than^the cost of cloth and making. Nice busi^^ness suits for #25. H. Pof.ttkk, Firststreet. Loisor block.^P. S.^Cleaning and repairing done. W.C. Smith having purchased (he^Linson A*- Olson paint shop at 217 Oak St.,^is now ready to givo estimates on pann^^ing, pnperhanging and kalsoininillg.^Tour patronage is kindly solicited. Mrs.E. Wormell's Progressive Art^School, room 8, Petriu block. Main streot.^Anaconda. Open all day and in evening. Forwood, sawed and unsan oil, of all^kinds and sizes, go to L. Landeville ec Co.,^511 East Front street. Anaconda. Don'tforget to take a look at our skates^before purchasing elsewherol L. A. King,^successor to King A Kennedy. Freshranch etgs. Guaranteed at Kat-^zeustem a^ ttohetb ForRent Two of the host office rooms^in the city. Apply at St^m^aM^ office.^Anaconda. eWT.-. forReel. Theupper story of my building on East^Park af*M^.I, i; B^Rli H. Finenew lino of children's sleighs at L^A. King's, successor to King Jc Kennedy. Savemono} and take your watch and^jswelry repairing to M. ilamntersiough. Saveytftjfer tlol'.u and eot your watch^cleaned forVl at M. Ilainiuerslough's. Motle*. TheArm of King ^^ Kennedy w as dis^^solved on Nov. 1, If lit, by mutual consent,^L A. King buying out the interest of^Frank Ketined*. Both partners will col^^lect the accounts of the i Id firm. Parties^indebted to King A Kennedy are requested^to pay their an aunts h^ Dec. 1, as^after that data accounts will be put into^the hands of a collector. THEBOHEMIAN GIRL- CaihoonOpera Com pan^ Sears* AaotUer^Sneers* la This ^ harming Opera. TheCalhoun Opera company reopened^Cordray's theater last evening for their^final engagement, presenting that favor^^ite and always popular opera, ^The Bohe^^mian Girl.'1 In no production given so^far this season by this clever organiza^^tion bare all the principals of tbe com^^pany been given such an opportunity for^showing just what they could do, for^^The Bohemian Girl'' is a singing opera^that requires artists to give any kind of a^good performance, and the Calhoun com^^pany's rendition can rank with any per^^formance of the opera ever ssen here.^The solo work was excellent, the choruses^all effective and the costumes aud scenery^in keeping. Of course. Miss Laura Clem^^ent as Arline was the bright, particular^star of the evening, and her singing of this^difficult role wss a treat. Miss Clement^bas a dramatic soprano voice peculiarly^suited to Balfe's glorious music, and the^honors of the performance easily fell to^her. Her sineitig of that beautiful song.^^I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls,^ re^^ceived a well deserved encore. George^Lyding as ThadJna w as also very good.^His singing of the solos in act 3. namely,^^Then You'll Remember Me^ and ^Fair^Land of Poland,^ won for him repeated^encores. WilliamSchuster as Count Von Aruheim^scored an emphatic succes and gave the^audience an opportunity of bearing his^glorious baritone voice to great advan^^tage. Many, in fact all the great baritones^of tho day have sung this role with vary-^ins success, and it can be said to Mr.^Schuster's credit that he is the best count^ever heard in Seattle. He has a rich, full,^melodious voice, which ho knows how to^use, and besides haviug a manly presence^is a good actor and a modest and unas^^suming centlemaii. Ills singing of ^The^Heart Bowed Down^ was remarkable.^Douglas A. Flint as Dri ll's Uoof, tho chief^of tbe Gypsies, was in Ins clement,^and his characterisation of this diffi^^cult role the best be has given so^far this season. Miss Sylvester Cor^^nish as the miocn was as usual very good.^Her solo in tbe socotul act, ^Bliss Forever^Past,^ was artistically rendered and^showed her rich contralto voice to decided^advantage, w hiio her acting was as be^^came an artist of her great reputation.^O. It. Thayer as Flort*l*in is also deserv^^ing of special mention in this ungrateful^part, as is also Alex Thomoson as captain^of tho guard.-. Altogether the perfor^^mance of ^The Hobemian Girl^ by tho^Calhoun Opera company was a produc^^tion worthy ill every way of th -in and a^credit to all concerned. ^SraHlc Telegraph. TheCalhoun 0|^era company appears^at Evans opera bouse Dec. 5, in tho^^Black Hussars. THEMID-WINTER FAIR. MoneyMust He Ra'-^il if Montana U to^Hi' It ^presented.^Governor Rickards is in receipt of an of^^ficial communication respecting the Mid-^Winter lair to bo held in San Francisco,^nud which is to be a reproduction of tho^world's fair ti|^on a smaller scale. Mon^^tana is invited to participate as a stato^aud lease suitable hcaJquar'.crs. As no^appropriation can lie made for this pur-^pc ^ by the state, the expense of leasing^headquarters and of collecting and ship^^ping an exhibit would have to be met by^private subscriptions. Tho governor re^^quests boards of trade and commercial^bodies generally to give this matter con^^sideration and decide whether Montana is^to bs represented. Ill case there is a con^^cert of action the governor will appoint^delegates and name a Montana day, as^suggested by the officials of tho fair. In^^formation relative to the expense that^would bo inclined for headquarters can^Its scoured from \V. H. Murray, room No.^2, Mills building, San Francisco. If Mon^^tana is to be represented, no time should^be lost in arranging the details. -Bttliuqt^Times. THEWOLF PEST. Cattlemeala Chateau Suftsrlng fleavy^Losses This Seasoa. I.F. Churchill, who lives on the south^sido of the Missouri, some 15 mile* below^Fort IK'itton. was in tow n mis week, and^informs us that coyotes and wolves are^more numerous and bolder than they have^been in that v iciuity for many year* past,^^ays tho Hiver I'res: Thus far this fall^tbe pests have killed 11 calves belonging^to Overlield ^ Churchill, near their ranch,^v, lule upon the range in that section many^yearlings and calve* have been consumed.^Between Fort Benton and the Marias the^same condition prevails, and on the trip^from Lucille to tills place yesterday, the^mail carrier noticed one band of 14 wolves,^and in all 32 wolves and coyote*. Mr.^Turner of Lucille is reported to be making^some great killings w ith his pack of dog*,^but the number destroyed is small a* com^^pared to the e upon the range. NotedIVuinso. Thelife work of Mrs. Harriett Beecher^Stowe is done, and a full work a bas been.^Whether death be immediately her lot or^not, she Is incapacitated for any further^literary labors. She ha* been tho most^successful author in \inerien. Olio hun^^dred thousand copies of ^1'nelo Tom^^wero sold w ithin eight weeks of lis publi^^cation. The present sale is certainly up^among the miliums. ^hile it has been^translated into all European, as w ell as^several Asiatic languages. Dramatized It^hns today all of iis earliest popularity.^Her theme was the inagnilicent one that^touched o\^ry lienrt. She caught it, it in^^spired her and ^1'ncle Tom^ will he im^^mortal. Her other works were able, but^lucked the power of a great theme. Sutton'sgrand Double company, with^l^u baud and ST people will present this^popular drama nt Evans opera house on^l'hursdsy evening, Nov. w, Matinee in^the afternoon at 2:3n. Seats will be on^sale at the Smith Drug Co., Monday, Nov. AdvertisedLatter List. Lettersremaining unclaimed In Ana^^conda i*^^toftli-e for the weekending Satur^^day evening. Nov. 25, WXi: utMititui list. Marts,v .M.-Nlauis.Hai ry^M^ Kuril. I tank Iltowii.(- It^Bufdlck 1'rauh.^( lark. W .1^rlioiiuettc. K N^Dnrau, I 1'^1 anu. John^Ualloway, Mane^liucoinlDi. HouienUe^Have*. Jatncs^HnlsBSs, A II^Kue/s lch. M^Kuul. Can 1'^Krtis. I^f.*p, .tames^l.titid. Clan/.^Malia, .lohu^Maaalx, PC^Malicr. Martin^Mamll. PC^Me-M)ni;ei. ..^Mitchell, Ja k lan.1 I. Norton,U^h-rl^ti'Nesl. liiii^'^Pt'lland, Mann^ll*^Peall. Malui^Pond, (lias^Kann. K P^[teddy, .Mik*^llohlasoa. 'lee^Ksmt. (lis^Roach. SI^Uussell, John^Urai, I van^Ryan, John u Mie'l.^'\rus^Nasfsssa* T^fhott... John ii.I.so TeompMd'-^n.^Moore, IT, ladies'list. Anderson.Mi-s May lio'uies, l..//ie Alio,MtK'-Uou. Jeuule Bird,Mi^ Mdathlson. Hsttie Car.lou,Mist aIfwsMssia Paoule- : Ilalrn.Katie.^fobeiox USE^Basse, HenriMsSsfceL Ja k Kcaaedy,IlarlaoC Ozaakiu. Joslssx Incalling for these I,-iters tbe applicant^must (all for adwiti od letter-* and give^date of this list. Ono cent will lw^ col-^lected lor each letter. If not called for^within t no wicks they will be sent to the^dead Utter c llice. BffLIllKtwiti'* P xl DEPOTCLOSED. BsrearterNorth -rn I'aeinr Trains Arrive^at sad Leave Hie M. I. lie pot Bcttk,Nov. 26.^The Northern Pacific^depot in this city will be abandoned to^^morrow for tbe present, anil the Northern^Pacific train* will arrive at and leave by^tho Montana Tniou depot. Thi* step is^taken partly to save the expense of main^^taining the depot and partly for the ac^^commodation of passengers. It ha* been^impossible for people to tell whether to^meet their friends at the Northern Pacific^or the Montana I nion depot, part ot tho^trains going to one depot ami the rest to^the other. Even the olliciala could not^tell to which depot to send inquiring^friends. Hereafter all trains will arrive^at the Montana L'nion, and the Norther*^Pacific will be closed. Dvatbof Krnest spier.^Bt rir, Nov. Wk Ernest Spier died of^pneumonia this morning at his ranch at^Spier's Park, near Silver Bow. Mr. Spier^was one of Montana's old-timers, having^entered German gulch in laWwMk Messrs.^Stolte and Dutton. He sold his propertv^there to a party of Cinnamon and mado^considerable money. He then bought the^beautiful spot which has become associ^^ated with his name and where so many^delightful picnic parties have been held^each summer lately. Mr. Spier was born^In Germany 77 years ago- He leaves a^wife and two children. He went to the^world's fair and a few weeks after naught^a bad cold on tbe trip, which developed^into pneumonia. The funeral will be held^under tbe auspices of Fidelity lodge. Odd^Fellows, Wednesday next, from hi* late^residence. ALetter 1'rnra ^Trnth. Tothe MatST ^^^ Ihr ii/.iiid(tr.f | Bene.Vov. :i! The Rev. .1. .1. Mctllaile^heg* to acknowledge the hii;h crtnipitmeiit paid^him as a collector by the / ^ nl^ Inlrr Mountain^and the anonymous rorres|m^udent. ^So It la^Said.^ lie Is sorry , however, that ins success i^^not tip to the amount ^Jso It Is said^ retort*.^^'So It Is Said^ Joes not apiw.ir to h.no been^very careful In ti^ ttln;; his informal urn about the^Rev. .1. J. Metllad*. or Ids lull name, and^whether Mr McKena is ht^ real naiae sttd^rhnrartsT. for he is neither a Mranc-i nor H^Mi klnney. lh^- Rev. J. .1. Met.la u- will |irtii'-^ahly he able to return the roiiipuiiu-ut lo the^Jmilu Inhr w.aoii on as be has bees urged by^the bishop, priests and people of liutte to ail^minister to the spiritual wants of the Catholic^people of this city.Tm til. -ii- si i RoyalArcasnsi Concert. HiTil., Nov. 2^i.- A choral service will^be given by the lioyal Arcanum Sunday^evening next nt the First Presbyterian^church. Tho concert and services will^commence at *::I0 o'clock. Tho Bfs^^grainmi) v\ ill bo published later. I).tV. Tilton'a l ather III. Bcttk,Nov. '^!^^^ -D. W, 'i'ilton to-dav re^^ceived news of the serious illness of Ins^father at Ann Arbor, Mich. Ho is s2 years^old. Mr. Tilton left by tho Northern Pa^^cific at once, hoping to sen his father^again before doatb. Ifyou are gray under fifty, there is no^better remedy than Hall's Hair licnewcr. Notice. Noticeis hereby given that, M. Ivanco-^rich has this I'ith day of November, ^ i-',^assigned to me for the benefit of his cred^^itors, all of his property of every kind and^all debt*, account* and demands due or^to become due, or owing to him from all^persons whomsoever; and as such as^^signee I have taken possession of such^property and all debts and accounts duo^or owing to him are to be paid to me, PeterIv vm ovii u, Assigoass Anaconda,Nov. 14. 1MU. Dr.Gutslius, dentist, office over Smith^Drug Co.'* store. Hall'sVegetable Silieian Hair Renewer^lias restored gray hair to Its original color^and prevented baldness in thousands of^cases. It will do so to you. theLatest Novelty Allthe principal Views olAnaconda^ON DRESDEN CHINA ABOiied. paUernb oi^Coffee, Tea and Mous^^tache Cups, Plates,^Digues, Pitchers, Etc. Alsoa large variety^Of Jewely and Watches^suitable lor the^Holidays. KepplerJewelry Company Successorto J. C Keppler^ANACONDA M.MARTIN FRUITSOF ALL KINDS, Tour.inritwtni^CIGARS, TOBACCO A NO COM-W TlU.NbRY Dsalerlath* BEST COA1. Oil. on Hit nur^^l whichIs dellteri-1 fie*. TheCelebrated French Cure, wi7.nr^ APHRODITINE InSold op a^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE tt nre mi y form of^Dervmia at ^***%^^ or^Anydlaonlerol tLe^K-i't-raliv* urtftui^of either^whether arialns^from theox^^'Mtve- ^^BtfCtr wmm rUmaUau, AFTuA^TobacronrOpium,ortbrourb yo'.uhfnl liidlarre-^tluo. over iu^lult^ tiro, ^Vi .nihdw of Erulu l'uv^ ;. \N ii*i^ I . r- |Mttt| down ! -i. ^ l i I * back,nemlnal Wt'uknra*. HjtlU r't. Nervout Pro^-^tratlon, NcM-turnal tmii*!^t!*, li^o:cf^rrh'i-a, Dle-^^!:ie^a, weak Memory , lyt^*of Pomm ^D^1 lmpo*^teury, which If reflected ulU n iead tot^remat'ira^oM / ^ an^1 1 inanity. Trice 11 ^J0 a box, ^i t^ act^for f'flO. t*^nt hy mall on ^e*,^,lt^t of t^rloe. AWRIT TEN GUARANTEE li *i^ eu for cv rf^|Tcon order rucclved, to refund the money if a^prrnaimt vur* I* not elTe^^t*-'1. ^... have i; ^-^eandn of teatlmoniala from old and yonnir. of^both aeaea. who have beeu n*^noanently ^ i^bytheu^eoi ApbrollUne Cfn ular fre^. Ad-41^TN K AfHRO MEDICI N K Ol.. I - ^ - em^^boli by U'Achril l^ru^ Co , liutte, Moat. OFFERING! ^OM to f 5o /o jasid fMini \ PERH iLot^i Lot^i Lot^i Lot^i Lot Children'sCloaks at $5.00, less fifty per cent, discount will be ci-'.t^Children's Cloaks at $10.00, less fifty per cent, discount will be ^O.Ofl^Ladies' Cloaks at $5.00, less fifty per cent, discount will be^fsssVdttt' Cloaks at $7.50, lc^s fifty per cent, discount will be^Ladies' Cloaks at $10.00, less fifty per cent discount will be m ASPECIAL DRIVE IN TOWELS At 12I ^2 75dozen Momie^Towels, 17x36, a good^20 cent towel, our^sale price 121-2Cts. At15 Cts. 50dozen all linen^Damask Towels, 1 8x^36 very heavy, our sale^price 15Q At17 1-2 50dozen all linen^Huck towels, a good^25 cent towel for this^week our sale price 171-2 ted 2 Cents.^A very large knot-^Fringe Towel,^21x42, heavy quality^ought to be cents,^but this week we^place them on sale at 25 Cents.The largest all linen^Huck Towel we ever^offered at anything^like this money, all^who see this will buv^at our sale price is 1: asati} , -^^ami ^|iiii-Kiy ear**] *|^l^riu:i!holid - . t -1 ; mmumf.It is i.i-.-isant^i^ las*, set* iwineii- (^^:^. is not in|uriui.^.^do^ lint dlst. rli di^'st .in It 1. f.^ Klixiima-^tiMn oii.y. in all Ks i.,rr rls forms v n.l fnt^rlrrilsr. UKCMMoNII MIUI'IM to, i- Ma'.lau 1 ana Km^- Vui. COPPERCITY MMERCIAL COMPANY