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THEANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. 1393.
3 CITYHALL^ DESIGNS CharlieLane Tells About the Plans^and Materials. ANACONDABRICK, GRANITE AndCopper Will Be Used In the^Conatruotlon-The Offices Com^^modious and Convenlent-^A SO Foot Tower. CharlieLane's plans for the new city^hall are very fine drawings, though he^^mid yesterday ^they are not pictures,^but are practical working drawings In^every sense of the word.^ The building^will have a handsome tower for a^clock and will be surmounted with^trimmings of burnished copper. There^will be panels of terra cotta of new^design, making pleasing contrasts of^light and shade. Thetower will stand. 90 feet from tho^sidewalk, and above that will be a flag^staff 20 feet In height, making the dis^^tance from the street to the top of the^pole 110 feet. The clock's weight will^be so arranged that they may descend^the full depth of the tower and thereby^make the clock a regular and good^timepiece. In the tower also are main^stairways of the building, encased^practically in a llreproof chamber for^the full height of the building. Thecity hall will be 53x102 feet over^all projections, the main building 50x^100 feet. The ceilings will be in the^basement 9 feet high, the first story 11^feet and the second story 13 feet. Ofthe general arrangements the ar^^chitect says I have tried to arrange^the plans for the suitability of the dif^^ferent departments, and for the con^^venience of the officials who are to oc^^cupy them, making all of the offices^large. The windows are large and car^^ried to the celling line, free from col^^ored glass thus Insuring good light and^healthful ventilation. Thefirst floor Is eleveated 40 Inches^from the sidewalk grade, thus giving^good light and air to the basement. Thefire department floor will be level^with the sidewalk, paved with cedar^blocks, the main and stall doors swing^^ing outward with automatic quick-act^^ing spring hinges and every appliance^necessary to assure rapidity of service^by the Are department at the tap of the^gong. This portion of the building Is^the same as my plan for the Butte sta^^tion house No. 2, which has been pro^^nounced by expert firemen to be one^giving the quickest service of any^house in the West. The company there^makes the exit to the street in from^four to seven seconds. On the second^story Is the firemen's dormitory with^sliding pole, the necessary grain lofts,^etc. Thepolice court room on this floor^Is as far from the street as can be,^thereby avoiding the noise from the^street. It Is connected with the jail^by a private staircase which brings^prisoners direct to the court room with^^out the necessity of mixing them with^the audience In bringing them Into^court. Thecity clerk's and attorney's of.^flees are connected with a fireproof^vault having a combination lock. Themain entrance to the building is^reached by a night of five broad gran^^ite steps and tho entrance floor in^tiled. Theoffice of the chief of police Is In^the basement and the Jail Is also locat^^ed there on the east side of the build^^ing, where the prisoners will bo remoto^from the passing public. I think that^the old steel cells can be used In the^new building thus avoiding that part^extra expense. We,that is Mr. Rebel- and I, who are^partners In this business, expect to^build this building In a straightfor^^ward manner, satisfactory to the ^itl-^sens of Anaconda. We are going to use^local materials^Anaconda pressed^brick and Anaconda granite, with^trimmings of Anaconda copper, and^feel sure that the city will have the^neatest and prettiest and most conve^^nient public building In the state when^It Is completed. ABOUTTHE CITY. Freshfruit at the Fulton market. Cutglassware at Hammerslough's. BathsMontana Hotel barber shop, 2^c. Dr.Cbriaman extracts teeth without pain. Milwaukeebeer at Daly ^ Marron's. Tealand mallard ducks at the Ful^^ton market. N.H. Morley Is visiting Butte friends^for^ a few days. UnderSheriff M. Martin was In Ana^^conda yesterday visiting friends. Watchglasses, 10 cents: main-^springs. II. New Tork Bargain Store. LiesleyBates of San Francisco was in^this city yesterday on insurance busl-^ness. ___ NelsNelson of Fox. Beaverhead^county, was In Anaconda yesterday on^business. TheImperial Chysanthemum design^in forks and spoons on exhibition at^Keppler's. S.K. Dinsmore and J. R. M:irkley of^the Bitter Root orchard company were^In this city yesterday. Importedlamps at Hammerslough's. Takeyour choice from ^ full line of^sausages and fresh meats at t!ie Mon^^tana Dressed 'Meat company. Fox.^ O'Brien have a 75-foot busi^^ness corner on Park avenue, which can^be. bought cheap if taken soon. Half-backGriffith of the Oxfords was^in Butte yesrerday setting pointers^from the Butte-Xebraska football^game. TIetJen.Petritz ^ Steiger unloaded^a car of fine Kentucky whiskey an I aj -^other car of flasks to keep It in y-^terday. DaveMarfcwU, formerly the Anacon^^da Standard reporter naisaencg oxe Jd-^from Missoula last evening to visit^friends. Dr.H. W. Stephens and ex-Mayor^Daniel Dwyer WMMsa*4 the football^game in Butte yesterday. atthe Scandinavian church, and by^urgent request will speak again this^evening upon his travels in China. He^will also lecture Friday evening. TheGreater Standard Is growing^more popular every day. Worth ^^Chapman's restaurant on North Main^street grows more popular every hour.^Try one of their excellent meals. Thereport of Grand Master Nicoll,^I. O. O. F., on the troubles of R. R.^Powell and David Cohen of Colfax^lodge Is Interesting reading for local^readers, on rhe Butte page this morn^^ing. FrenchSJOfW l;Vm clocks at Hammer-^slough's. D.J. Hennessy entertained John^Hastln of LouIsvIIIp, Kentucky; Miss^Thompson of N^w York; Miss Downey,^Mr. Dawkins and Mr. Magnum of Kutto^at the grand opening of the C. C. C.^company's store las; evening. Justiceof the Peace Frank M. Fox^unit' .1 in marriage Charles \V. Bron-^son and Mrs. Anna Wood last evening^at the home of J. I^. O'Brien on Chest^^nut street. The witnesses were George^Bachman and Hilda Ongala. HarryBrowne, a chronic vag, who^just completed a 29-day sentence tit^Deer Lodge for vagrancy returned to^Anaconda yesterday. He was warned^ito leave town but defied the police umd^In consequence was taken back to his^old quarters for 60 flays more. Mrs.T. D. Fitzgerald gave a dinner^Tuesday evening In honor of Miss^Thomson. The guests of the occasion^were the Anaconda teachers and they^had a very pleasant time, enjoying a'n^elegant menu and a social hour after^^ward at games and music. Thearrivals at the Montana yester^^day were: F. B. Paine. Boston; G. W.^Tackabury; Denver; Charles F. Wood^^man, Chicago; B. Klein. Chicago; M.^M. McEllisitrem. Chicago; Charles H.^Flske. Butte: William Allen, Chicago;^John Haskln. Louisville. Ky.; Miss^Thompson, New York city; Miss Down^^ey, St. Louis: Mr. Dawkins, Mr. Mag^^num, Joe Noble. Butte: Pat Duggan,^St. Paul; M. Martin. Deer Lodge; J. J.^Cunningham, St. Paul: Lesley Bates,^San Francisco: L. M. Harley, Butite. THECOMBINATION REOPENED CAN'TEVADE THE TAX CityTreasurer Delury Will Make To^^bacconists Pay Dp. TAILOR MADE CIGARETTES ShallBe Proteoted-The Pouch of^Tobacco and Papers Don't^Co, Unlass the $10 Par^Month Is Paid. ANew Firm, New Fixture!, New (ioods,^All the Mm. At6 o'clock this evening the doors of^the old famous Combination saloon^and gamMing house will swing open^once more with a new and popular tirm^to push it along. The proprietors will^be lid Johnson, formerly a member of^the firm of Twc'hy ^ Johnson, a man^who has been in business in Anaconda^for about 10 years. Frank Mather, for^many years associated with Barney^McUintey in hia popular resort, is the^Junior member, and with such a team^^there' Is every assurance ^f success.^They hav# secured the fixtures which^formerly .idnme-d Andy BefctUlllf'l fa^^mous place in Missoula. The mirror Is^a. nrtrnltieent one, 14 feet 1 ^ng, encased^in a inclusive cherry frame. The bar is^of ths same wood, ami llM screen Is^a work of art, a Louvre mlrrnr sur^^rounded by stained glass in pietty de^^sign. The glasses are the finest made^Belgian cut glass, and wnen passed^over the bar will be filled with none^but the best of liquors. All fri M Is (.re^Invited to call, and others wiil k^ made^welcome at the opening of the house to^^night. _ THETORNADO. SeatsAre felling Like Hot Cake* on a (nhl Morning. TheTornado' has cleared the way^of every doubt as to the success of^Lincoln J. Carter's second production^of scenlo melodrama. ^The Fast Mail^^was his first effort and before its pres^^entation wise heads scoffed at the^things Mr. Carter said he could present^to make it a nnveky. but he did all^h^ t^aid he would, and tirade a fortune^besides. His .announcement for ^The^Tornado^ were equally surprising, hut^the 14 newspapers of Chicago, where^he chose tt hunch his new work, were^a unit In pronouncing It as the per-^fention of m elodramatlc work, the su^^perior of every ^~^nie melodrama lie-^fore the public. The energetic young^author and artist was called before^the curtain after the first act, and had^to speak his gratitude for ithe first^grand aceptance bv the audience of his^new work. It will be seen at Kvans^opera house Thursday night. ontempt of ^ uurt'.^From the Helena Herald. Attc.Tr.eyF. K. Siranah.in has Jurt re^^turned from an extended l.usii. ^-^ trip^Id various parts of 'the sta^^\ ais^usually the MM when, lawyers travel^comes back with wondrous fortes of^what ho nut and did. Tho ^Itound.ir^was fortunate enough to h'.ir SMBM a|^t'he-50 fabulous' tales, an*. 1 rem- m*. red orne^In particular that waa strange. Mr.^Stra'.aahaii was' arguing a case in the Bit-^tor Boot valley ajiil waa In the midst of^a heated dlscussiojv with tha aftarasf M^the opposita side. At a certain point in^his discourse, however, the speech soem^ed lose its effect. Thd barristers, of whom^^there were quite a largo number In the^room, suddenly became interested in^eomvthliif: that waa going on near the^door acud ^.ho Judge himself for the nonca^forgot to listen to the e.iv-ry words of^the speaker, that instead of rix.glng as^silver usually does, fell like a very poor^counterfeit dollar. The causc.of the trou-^bl-j soon aFtxrted itself. A plaLntivc I.til^^ba-a-a^ was heard, and turnir.fi half^round the excited lawyer saw, not Mu^^cus Daly or J. B. Haggin, who quilt fre.^quer.'tly sojourn in the valley, but a email^b'.ackta.^. fawn which had escaped from^Hi pad-lock and sui'l-^ly becoming In^MflMtoi ^ legal techri'icalitliee, had stuck^his hes/l in'to the court room. AWitty I.octurar. ProfessorAlexander, who begins I^course of lecture* at the opera house^here on Friday night. Is undoubtedly^the most consp'cuously successful^speaker on the American leenure plat^form of to-day. Last Season he made^I : iur of ^the principal Canadian cities^and his lectures and h'.s cnaracter d^llnoations drew crowds that packed^hails and theaters night after night^w - ks. The Journal of Ottawa, the^capita] of the Dominion, in speaking^of his lectures there, says: Professor^Alexander's lectures are original, both^in thought and language and brim^over with Irish wit. Admirersof the professor will be in^terested M know that he is a Cana^^dian !^v b mil and of Irish descent. He^sj m t n ^ Wttl Ot Toronto. His ready Ka:il ttt :^ perceptions do credit^alike to the ' Emerald Isle^ and the^land of his birth. CityTreasurer Delury Is on ths war^^path, and the cause Is the attempt of^tobacco dealers to evade the cigurett.^tax. The tobacconists have secured^from the manufacturers a package Ot^tobacco which contains a little book of^cigarette papers and the fiends nr.^thereby enabled to make their own^^coffin nails,^ as the Mexicans and^Spaniards always have done. The ef^^fect of this has been disastrous to the^trade of the few dealers who paid the^$10 per month required by the llcense^law for the privilege of selling the tail^^or-made cigarettes. TreasurerDelury was uppealed to for^protection and on consulting the city^ordinance he found that those who^dealt In the tobacco and papers are an^liable for license as those who handle^the regular article. The law says. In^substance: ^Kvery person engaged In^the business of selling cigarettes, cig^^arette paper or material used in mak^^ing cigarettes except tobacco shall pay^a license of 110 per month in addition^to any other license herein provided. CityAttorney O'Leary.whom the city^treasurer consulted says that the^pouch and paper Is a violation of this^provision, and City Treasurer Delury^Intends to make the offending dealers^strip off the papers or else pay license. PATRONIZEHOME MERCHANTS. , WasEver a Mate So Overrun with Pc^l^dler^ and Fakirs at This. Fromtlhe Wlckes Pioneer. Wickesnoems tojl^e the Mecca to which^flock all the peddlers, IwIkxm aiiid bums^of the country^^K^me on the trains, eth^^ers Lr^ wagons and the great majority^on foot w.'t'h packs on their backs. This^class of men come jnito our town in many^Instances with a few cents In. their pock^^ets and leave with ji many dollar* This^would not t^e so had were they to leave^goods to the value of tho outney they^carry away, but in how many instances^Is this don^^ Some of these men claim^resldiemce in Butt*, others la Helena and^few In Boulder, while tho greater por-^n are n'.unads, who have no llxed place^f abod^, but waindVr fre/m place to place^preying I ke vultures on the people with^whom t'hey come in contact. Tho worvi^f tho whole lot, though, are those who^omn in with aevtral eases of samples,^exhibj-in'g some of the llm st goods to be^found anywhere. They find .some man^who thinks ho ia 'iced of some of the^rticleis displayed; they receive an order; goodsuro sent by express C. O. D.^nd securely sealed: tho purchaser pays^for'tho package, and ^ MM cases out of^in it comtalns some shoddy material tha;^von tho lowest bum would refus . The^exterior may be similar to the sample,^but its wmu-ing qua 11:inns uro sadly de-^MM, ^ j 1)1; Tr.ecblldren of the blackest Africans^are 'corn whitish. In a month they be^i come ptle yellow; in a year, brown;^I four, dirty black, and a: six or seven^I glossy black. The change Is In ths ma^fUv. F. Franson lectured las: evening | cous membrane below the cuticle. FredW. Chase, the enterprising anJ^hustling representative of A. F. Bray^of Butte, was In the liveliest little city^in the Northwest yesterday. HeNeeded the Hose, JackBrandon, the ^Samson^ of the^woods, has been In town during the^past week giving the boys a few pnint-^rs. Jack met with an accident a few^nights ago which slightly disfigured^him for a short time. The hose earf^was run out, however, and a few min^^utes' steady play from the hydrant to^^gether with a new change of clothes^soon fixed him up, and Jack went oft^as happy as a lark singing, ^Some day^I'll wander back again.^^Darby Sen^^tinel. oiiii.cIa Matllde, beat clear manufactured,^Havana, Cuba, branch factory. Oeala, Florida TheButte, Anaconda A Pacific is the^only line running exclusive passenger^trains between Butte and Anaconda.^Always on time. Street car tickets free. Whenin Butts lunch at Sherman's. HarperWhiskey for the sideboard. Nollrr. Allparties having accounts with tho^Elite studio will please pay same only^to W. K. WolfT, manager Elite studio,^West-Park avenue. Anaconda. Attention. Calland examine new stock of goods^Just received at J. A. Hasley, 216 Oak DrinkHarper Whiskey. SYRUPS Wehave lust received a carload of^SYBL'PS. A good deal, you think^^Tes, but it will not last long at the^prices we are selling at. BRINGYOUR^WHEEL-BARROW andtake home enough to last you all winter. HF.HEABE THE PRICES: MAPLESYRUP.^1 gal. can guaranteed absolutely pur^fl-K^|| gal. can guaranteed absolutely pureK '-t gal. can guaranteed absolutely pureim 1gal. can very cool quality }jgal. can very good quality( V gal. can very good quality4^J Ipounds maple sugar, no better for..3j Wgal. kegs fancy drip syrupfM Igal. k.-s* f.ir.cy drip syrupl.sO 1gal. can ftney df.p syrupg 14gal. can fancy dr;p syrup ! gal. can fancy drip syrup8 MOLAS3B8. 1gal. can fancy New Orleans^ Vigal. can fancy N^w Orleans* Vgal. ear. fancy New Orleans^ Hgal. can Illack StrapK gal.can Black Strap5) 4gal. sorghum, extra fineW V*gal. sorghum, extra fine-j MxCiBaf Oilier. 501-503Park Avenue, Anaconda. Stovesto burn coal, Stoves to burn wood, Stoves to burn coal and^wood, coal oil heating Stoves, Stoves to cook with. Stoves to heat^with, Stoves for all purposes Stoves that were bought before the^recent advance Stoves that will be sold at the lowest prices ever^made in this state. STOVESFOR EVERYBODY theTUTTLE MFG. ^ SUPPLY Co J.T. CARROLL COMPANY ANACONDA.MONTANA. Manufacturersof lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Moulding*.^Dealers in Rour, Hay, Feed, Grain. Coal, Bain and Sweet WagOUS and^Extras, Busies, C image-;. Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Rubes, Whips,^Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows STATEAGENTS FOR sweet's COfMON SENSE SLEIGHS. THEMONTANA ANACONDA. ! anaconda meat co. AMACWIDA,3IOSTAXA. CLASSIFIEDHl'-dHl-. ^^ lilKb I OKY...._ FLOMUIT9. Krtlma steamao I Hot Hater Heat! g.^1 fumbled on iMtlsadtS, A I-^dre-t J V n\M.KK, HI in, Mr^., Ana-^c .1.4. M ji.la ^.1 r^u nw CLAM SANITARYI'lAJMBINO tiotoSI'KKItV ^ MALONr., IS Oak St, An t-^eonJi All Job work iiireii |iroinut atteatco,^estimate* fiirutihtxl on appll-atl id urrnt. w A KM STBI.NU3 SI AIILB. Oneof the h^n.l^^m 't: a id ranr. ^leitant.y ap-^pom'stl note:. In tli^ United ^t^ls^. Thor-^ougtily fireproof and prorlded wltn sleTStora,^Stsctrle b*l s. flrsaltrms. rjanlo, k watsr. tattn^^ earn h*at. open Are placet and all moiera^eoovea ear^! Koum* ao suit* and tingle.^Oautnaaod ^tt ^ ^^^^ t v flrtt ctau. Bates^from tt V am 4 ly upwaiut accoiAiof to til*^. ad character of room* oecuptsd. Geo.IV. Reynolds, %ionaa^r. Llrsryaad board ok stasias rirsUClats Turn^^outs at II ..i- . 1 1 ^ ^ lutes Sa l'lle ll.ir,^, .in I^T^^ ins with or without '. I !^^^ Anaconda,^Mini.ma Ok 1^. IWOilY. rroinlslor. covriLACTou. 'jsJ. McOUlRB. CONTRACTOR.Estimates furnished on all kinds ot^bulldir.c and general contract work.^Office^No. 5, Mala St., Anaconda, Mj . Oao('. BitoniBtCK. Tret!.loot.^A w Kvn.nr ir. aad lrua*^fHiM E. nil, ^vr-vary.^Dir.- tors-'Jeo ^'. Hr'oVr.c*, a. W.^Uurujit. John Wen.!:. Whoistaleasd Keul! Dsaiers la Beef,Pom, Mutton and Veal,^onesteo rtHfU and nan 27E. First Stravt. - Anaconda [ L I).O nOWJUU* i'ropriotor. Uuji'-*, Horses anJ SadJIes for ti ro A.sofroprleCor of ra,,in;er. B.i; a^o aa4^KlfggSWUsjS, USM cujanioJ* withall tr.ilus. Officeand suSle, ir'int Mrcet. Ajucoada. nrrs^ v\ rBorftssioNALciHui c DH.N. S.SNVDLK W.M. THORNTON, OMMERCULHOTEL... Oar.Third sad Main Sis , Anacjoda. Tkisbouse having teon tnorougblr reooTateu,^now upeo t j 11^ |^ubt.c. ltatst -j per day. Pbyli)laa aad aar^eo.a ot it. Ado's HotplML Uttes,osat:. Mootaas Hntst. aoa coo la. aioaL juoa'.roui^.' is res pec ruily ^o;,cJel^A M. VN ALKEU. I roi ir.etor. J. Trya Want AA in the Standard K.BtJAKMAN. ATrt'RNKYAT LAW.^Mootaaa l^r.'^4ei Meat (^ot Bui'dtn;.^Auacouda, Moot. HitHI. 0Bspresootlog ths Leading Foreign aad ^^^American C'ompanlea oo E ipauleaANACONDA. MONT. 4UJIJMUUUtMMMMMt UMMMMMi IIKK A WANT AD. in ih^j STAJ^0Ai\J