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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

(*ETHDVOMTISINC RXTIS^WHT THE BUSIN6SS OFFICe TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER H, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. J DR.D. J. KcDONKLD HUB*IKONl^KXTI^T.^OPrll'K IIVKK .!^^^. rKIKlts co.,^Kir^l Street,-Anamnila, Moutana. F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Resi.l.'ii.-.-on Hrruuil stns-t, Ml. .lean Ituililliig.^Ofttce on rirst Si., in si. .Iran ItutliliiiK. nii-fHourH: oto 12 A. M .nod 7 lo !^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, MMstfcl MAlSISTKAt K, .11 S I II I' OK^I'KACK. SOTAIO PUBLIC', VttH-^VKVANt Kit. to'. BLUEWITH THE CRAY Twenty-liveThousand People Take Part^in a Barbecue Hear Chattanooga. Iii ion hihI i:\-^^iiiff^l^-i nli' *^o |,|l^. r. -loi^Haml. In a M .^^^^^ mi' nt l or it New NationalI'ark iii! It t'llllllllls 11.11til- I ll-l.l. THE SHAH'S ODD OFFER Mr,. Ami illk FirstStreet, Aiia.-ntMla.Mont. J.R. BOHRWHN, ATTOHSKYAT LAW. MAIM^T., UVKH HtKKKT Jk J.H KK.Vh kTHKK, Anaemia--- Moiitsiiia. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. 1'rarticcsIn All of tin-...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ax, 1889- THE ANACONDA STANDARD WtUSHCO EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY Hrrantw ^r mail at ten tMlar* ^^year. t^irt-r ftotlao a quarter or i*^^* THBSTKNDRRD only oaily at^w*pa|Mtr with ;u i. (rrapli dts- laIkvr bndg* county. It prints^^tore tesffgraphtr now* than any other fclafinlI and buatnxaa tatters utiouM be^addreawed to THESTANDARD,^gnsii of Mala and Third atreota. Anaconda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Fw tSovernor,^JOSKPII K. TiMtl.K.^I,rwis and Clark County.^Kur ljeiitenant-tlovernor,^JOHN H. cONAKIt,^Outer County.^K^^r ('imgi-tna.^MAKTIN MAtllNNIM.^U^w1d and ('lark County.^Kor t'hief Justice.^MTKPHKN A. ItiWOLV,^Silver How County.^For Aasuriatr Justices.^KKANK K. ARMSTKOItO,^tlaUatin County,^W. M. HICKKOKI). MiaaoulaCounty.^Kor Attorney lienoral.^W. Y. 1'KafnKKTON,^Stiver Bow County.^Kar Clerk of Supreme Court.^UKDKIIK F. COl'K.^Madlaon County.^Kor Mecretary of State^JOHKPH A. BKOWNK.^Beaverhead County.^Kor (Mat...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ai, 1889. .ii justt-oiiipl * Y|^S, WltS ODDBITS OF LIFE. Anold em-oonfeUer^t^ who wm in the^mwtenUy, h)m too Kanaaa City^mninUrant while talking^^ Col. John T. Crian'a speech nt Hi#-^^InHrillt- nnd the invitation from the ex-^Union Soldier*' association of southwest^^ern K^^\ following elose upon it, and^related a little unecdote of the colonel's^famous Washington lunch. ^Several^years ago,^ sakl h^^, ^a well known mer^^chant of SpriiMjneld, Mo., who liapiiened^to be in the eust on a business trip, re^^turned by way of Washington city. He^was a very methodical man. unci allowed^himself Just uu hour mid '^*^ minutes in^which to rush through the nation.^l cupi-^tol. While darting through tlie corridors^and chasing in anil out the various hulls,^seeing as much as lie could, the merchant^' met Colonel Crisp. The meeting was a^cordial fine, unci the corpulent colonel^volunteered to guide his Spriiif(tt^'ld friend^through tin' cnpitol uml ...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, 1889. SEPTEMBER. 7 14 -^1 Arrivaland Departure of Malls. S.i.iA maiij* NrJUR inn v koh^Iin-r liaise. Helena ami |nnnl^ North ami^%'^^^^ nf Helena Bulla-111), Mmil Bint.-.HrtML la-er U^aa*, Stuart amiMuine^^4a %M^Hint.-. Helena, nil Kaateni. Stailliern andWestern States^^!^^ ! Carroll*'^' M.M P.M. M.M. CalU- ami l^yieiui-s,^aevsej and rlWf maiij*UMVt inn 1^Kaat Mini Untie.^Helena ami I n-vr I.-nIh^'^linn. i'ilv. Moiil^All |^Hnl^ Norlli ami Ka^4^Carroll ll.noA. M. M011 .lay, WasV M iii.-jnA. M. A.M.^r..j^i r. M^ui i^. EE A.M. Caldeami l*\ r^-k. i.iii I'. M. Tuesdays, Tliurs- ta^. S;tlsnla^. Allmail* . low .^^ iiiiiiutea laifore dennrture. THEWEATHER. Theilaily na-onl of tin- tliemituneter in^^ilia eity is n-|a^rt^-^l by A. T. lMnyti-r,^drmfK'-^. First atna-t. Tin- r^-^*or^l ft^ry^-a-^U-nlu.v MM 7 a. m., 45 iliitni'h; 12 in., T*i^de^rret-a; 4 p. in., T:t ili-nri-***; H |^. in., H^et'tr^^*'^- Subnrriitti)tn Ui thr Standard trill I* rr...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ai, 1889. LATENEWS FROM BUTTE AChinese Ltnndry Destroyed by Fin^Yesterday Morning. HgM Facta A ImkiI the NlMa on thr^K*B-Utry l,l^U-l'ollr^ Court^AMn-^Mlwr Not*,^and (ioMlp. HisviaJt'orrmimntleurf nf the Ntsnilsril. Blttk,Sept. 3U.^Two hundnil t-itiv-ns^of Huttc c^|*jet to ru without Hem linen^on Sunday. At ^ o'clock this ruoniiiiK lire^. broke isit iii tin- laundry of Wall Limit.^No. Ill South Main street. Tin- oriirin of^the lire in unknown, Monie pmiioiuiciiiit it^the work of inceinlinrii-*. while others^think it mi ncciilciiv. Tlie laundry wiu^^lestroyiHl with most of its contents. The^firemen were i'oui|M*lleil to tl.aal the job^printing ottlee of Hi. ki ll A Swiiitou. No.^113 Main street, where the notorious^ifuwlrr is printi ^l. The printing otllee wan^reduced to pi in very short onler, nil the^stationery ami printed matter Is-nig de^^stroyed. The presses ami ty|M- were^HUVvd. Their loss is estimated at^from *1,2U0 to jM,.M^^,...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ai, il LUDWIG OF BAVARIA. mtOm Wko Waa a H.^mt BBB IHbrtuMtr Maaareh.^_ mysterious circumstances aur-^^dln* the death of King Ludwi* II. ^f^tvaria would be my^ateria^ai* no longer,^I the Pittsburg lh^t^aleh, it tin* story of^J. Erbnfvr, of Forbnt street, this city, is^accredited. Thin nun was fop lii-urly fiair^mn Kins l.u^lwiu*^ privuti' bodyiruanl.^He claims that during all that time In- ^^iH'ver nvrr an hour u^ ay from tin- royal^peraoiiafr*' ami Ik- assorts Ik- ran make tin^afllalavil to all Ih- says. KrlaiiRer was Imrn^in the Bavarian mountain*. Ha- entered^tin- Koyal Lift- niiunl^ as a private soldier,^but one tlay on parade I,utlwi|r II. wax ut-^tntcta-al by the Iiaiidsonie yaiiuiir soldier^and singla'd him out from the ri uiim ril to^attaml u|m^ii him at hi* castle, na-iir tin-^lake at Stumls-iv. Mr. Krlaiwr while^at the hoilaac of a friend on tii*t slra-el lust^evciiinir toltlthe following atairy: Kir^tof all, let me tell yo...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ai, 1889- Um Jaw- old^^artli. THE DEVIL'S GOLD.^Mary CwntiJ With tfc*^^r NaalM KW rMW^ ass Tula CassU^It hi fit that roan should mine^bona* of the earth to get metal^teeth of man. says the Washington^and tbia be does, and thus does tlie^he pU And ita way back to motl^ r^More cold ia buried with the dead^waalost in sea and earth aince the i^las of Castile were mink in Biaeav and the^ears vela at ctotomoii the Jew were lout^amaof the Molueean reefs and shoals off^the Malay fkeninsula, which was called^Opbir. atrance thine ia this sold. Gold In the^hands of man is most unjustly and un^^equally distributed. In the earth ita dis^^tribution ia eren more lacking in law and^balance. The geologist is yet to come^^ who will trace, like a placer miner, its^outcroppings and signs, through al^^luvial deposit*, stream washings, ledge,^and vein, to the grandest pocket^of the earth. What a find it will be! The^philosopher's stone alone could rival i...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1889. SUNSET COX AU alHi 1 ^gwltfaMi of Ml^ Karrvla*** Taa^Um IV^|ll- mt Ik* WnU^Fnmi the Ck-velaiiat llaiiiala-alrr. WhileKumaot Cot may na^va*r rank in^history as a great ^tato^nian in tin- wiiw^nt formulating trove rnmciitnl ivavliaia-s or^shaping tha* relational of tha* Cuita-d Stitta-s^with tin- great powcra, too high an auti-^mata- a-aunot Im' plaa-a-al upaiii his useful- Tlia**a-a-|*a't of llis SUl*a*a*ss WilM nififtiiixHltha* nM^itHiir^* of lu lu- stn-iiglhami ala-va^ta*^l liiinsalf to a^things which In- masta-nil pa^rfcetly.^life Having Hfrvi^-^-, tin* fra-a- ala-liva-ry^t^-ni of tli^ |M^-toHi^^- il^-|H^rtiii^-ii1,^Wtit11 a*^*iisus ami in.itti-rs relating t^' thatown faW The sys- tinid. taxrituriasIn uiuli-rstiMMl from hoMoMI ii|^.^WIm-ii anything relating lo Mm ^nl^jt^^ -t^*^a-uma- up on il^- tl^m^r of tin* hinisi-. Mi-, j^fox was ra*u^ly with siigga-stianis, axpl.iuu^lions uml stilt istias. It was tla- sa*nsa- of I^his...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

BBCIN V*UR SUBSCRIPTION^BCITH THB FIRST MONTH. fltlflltfit CBT KDUORTISINC RXTBS^THB BUSINESS OFFIC O TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. V BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. *J. KCDONHLD SL'KiiKDNDKXT1KT. orrll'KUVMI .!^^!^. I'KTKHK IU, Hired, ..^ Aiutenntla, Montana. F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. KattideiM'eon Heci^ml stris-l, St .'.lean lluil.linK. ,^Office ou First St., in St. .Iran ItuililiUK- fll.rHours: 9 t^^ ^ A. M.. ^ t^^ ^5 and 7 to ^ I'.M. | T.D. FITZGERALD, P*11.11I! MAUI ST It AT K, .11 STICK Of THE^rKACK. NOTAKY riTU.Il, C4^N-^VKVANCKI!, ft;*-. KirstStreet,Anatsmda, Mont, i J.R. BGHRWHN, .+TTOl:\KV AT LAW. MAI .-r., UVMI ItVKKKT ^ .lAl'KKV'la MTOIIK. AuaroiuUi -- Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. , l-mcticesin ;.ll of tin- Stat.- ami l nit.il state. |^^ourts. folli'. iions |^roiii|^ll^ mail... Sini-iiil at^^tention (liven to Mining MfHUH MM Mumik^IjiW. Ileal K.statf, I ..Kins au.l I iixiiianre. I*r*ip-^ertv K.-...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

a THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLiSHEO EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY THE bycarrier or null at fan il^U^r^^y^ar. tare* dollar* a quarter or one THBSTHNDHRD feeonly dally newspaper with 3U^leftrai^h ^li^-^^^M In |)m |jad|r^ county. It I'rniU^marr telegraphic news than any other^d^-wh(i^|ht la V^rre^.p^md.txf Klulhuainewt litters shmil.l lx^^IMlttr^^IKa^M u THESTANDARD.^Main ami Third nireetii. Anaconda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Fortimer nor.^JdMCPH K. T^M^I.K.^I^ ^i^ autl Clark fount v. KorUcutoiumt-tiovcrnor,^JOHN II. (OXAK11.^t'^wt^*r fount y. Kor^'outer****.^MAKTIN M AlllNNIN,^l*-wi* and ('lark County. KorChief Juatlce,^STKI'HKN A. PltWOI.K.^Silv.-r Bow County. KorAwMM-late .liMtieea,^FKANK K. AKMHTRllitO,^fiallatlu Count).^W. M. Itlf KKOKII.^MutwMila f ounty. KorAttorney (ieneral.^W. Y. I'KMHKKTON,^Silver I low County. KorClerk of Supreme Court.^UKOKIIK K. COI'K,^Madlaon County. KorSecretary of Stale.^JUHK.KH A. HKO...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER MOLASSESTASTERS. ,tM la Mat Om mt I'uItejW Thepttift^towl Mj^ t^^t^r is^murtyr. Injaaine m man bavins to^pie twenty-nvt- or thirty grades of ayrup,^^aya tne Boston HrrtiUl, and then trying^to eat a square meal. Oh, yes, be ran, is^the reply. To he sure be tastes of thirty^kinds of molasses in one ^lay, but be does^notjMwallow h partk-le. This ret|iiires prao-^tiee, thia abstinence from swallowing, and^it is the great diffleulty in the beginner's^path. He must protect his teeth, too, and^therefore his masticators require careful^cleansing, not alone to prevent decay, but^in order to keep his gustutitry sense |^ r-^ftvtly neutral. 1nave lM^eii a iiiolasseM taster for sev^^eral years,^ said a Bonton man, ^anil I as^^sure you mine is no easy job. There is a^^ train that the occupation imposes, ami^one that many succumb to, and therefore^quit the business. Tin- tongue, being very^sensitive requires great care, and there^^fore I feel it Is-s...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

I THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1889. SEPTEMBER. Arrivaland D^p^rture of Malls. THEOTHER SIDE HEARD AnacondaHears the Issues Presented by^Eloquent Republicans. 4'ai|Mian Talk Willi ^-(iu^irnur Tale^nnat Culourl Hamlim fur tltt^ N|M-nkri^^How Tlin.1 Male atf lite I'..lit teal^HoHtr riWHlathr Mil lint lam. M mmi.- ItKIWKT |l\ll.\ K^^ llrarrUm1i^'. tta-l.'ita anal |^^li^^^ North^ami Wini of Ha-i.-wi Butt.-Citv. Mo^lMi A Huttr.Ilrlitw, iNi-r I Julia-. Miiart^ami Miiiut-ootit1 ^ ^- Huttr.lla-la-ua. all I ji^taTii. ^.^iitlirrii^anal WVMaTU Stalai. ^^^^!. DM^^^^^ M.M. Cattleami l^^ i-a-ia-an. ll.im A. M. Mamalay. W.il-^na-t^lay ami Friday. M\1|J ahici v ^ iiaii.v mmm Eastand Hull.-.A. M. Ilrli-tinand la-a-i l.mlitt'A- JJ- Huttt-tit). MontaJJ I . M. All|miIih^ V.rtli and K.i^ii . M. QarfaS. ^^^ A. M. Catila-and l\ii tiii'^, 4.^^ I'. M. I ua-salayti,. 1 liuri.-^ilay. Sal unlay. Allmail* tdoM' rm minium ln-fore ilr|iurturr. THEWEATHER. Tlia-daily n-a-airal ^^f tlia- llia...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

I THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1889. t.r1 DIEDIN AN OPIUM JOINT AProminent Railroad Contractor Killed^by Smoking the Deadly Drift. Kudtniuf IHe Life or H. M. H^lthr^^^HU r'lr^t KipcriMMtal Hit-^line the Plp rataliy. roomia about^cmwilifl full ^^f good**.At ou^^itH |^i|M^ leading roughiMKirtls of -SpecialU^ the Standard. Butte,Sept. 21.--In tlte aontlieaatcrn^outHkirta of tlte city of liuttc then- atanda^on a knoll a group of about twenty little^log cahina. TIm'V are occupied mainly by^tbe workmen of tin- neighboring Hurrot^mine, but the HiuulleMt and uieancat but^of the whole group iH ^at-tipietl by u t'lit-^namuii nnim-tl Ah Cluing and hiM wife.^The cabin ia aland twelve feet long by^ten feet wide, ia utiout acvcll feet high, of^one atory, ami built of Iokm. The inter^^stices between the log--, are plaatcrctl with^elay. There i^ 110 aiirii or writing on the^tiotiac or (loorwuy to imlieute whether a^Chinaman or a white man lives there,^but the miner* of the vi...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 18891 ASTRANGE STORY. ^b^lMarrh Hualnl Hrr^^r *a mm AwM Umlk.^A amldrn .W-atli in thin out-of-tlu-way^lavn duriiur the latter |x^rt of last w.-ck.^mmy* m Run.lolpli iN. H.i letter to the^Brooklyn OMM) ^^ the means of hrinir-^iruz to light a remarknhly wcir.1 narrative^closely nwnililint that m^ graphically ^le-^acrihc-d hy Irving in -The Bella.^ Laat^Thursday Jehu LongiM-ckcr, a native fif^New York Mate, but for .Ml )i'^r^ a l-csi-^dcnt of thiH vicinity. ^u^ found dead in^the roortiing when tlx- ii.'ijrlilsirs, won-^tiering at hi* riMWVt for.*^-^l in liis Isil-^rooni tltM^r. Hi' vim half dressed, and^was dis^^^\ 1 -nil lying froiH'lHtl in the cor-^ner of the room, fat-ing an open tloor,^whit-h l.-d into an adjoining npartiMM^used mm a Imtli room. The dead inan'M^features wen* h.srrihly eontttrtttI, ami tin-^ryes were wide open MM almost |s^ppinK^out of their ^oeketa. The mouth was^open and friiiir.il with froth, while tin-^distende...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

theanaconda standard: sunday morning, september M, i^9. THEARIZONA KICKER.^Trathfal rttU rm Trwthftal Ja THELOCAL MARKET Fromthe latest Kicker: It has fallen. ^^Mr. Winanwker has refused to appoint^us ^o tbe pnstinastership off this town.^The blow baa at last fallen. Honesty, in-^tecrity, merit, intelligence and eiitUuni-^aim have (one for naught. A wall-eyed,^bump-back la-iiorauiu*. wbo can't spell^^una, and can acarcely add 2 and 2. in re^^tained in preference. Dowe turn tbe other cheek '.' Notmuch! Tbe first thins we did after^receiving tbe new* last night was to burn^up a rest which was purchased at Wana-^maker'a ten years ago. We shall never,^never buy another dud from bia establish^^ment. We aak our friends to make tbe^same resolve. Tbe Nero must he brought^to terms. Hi* bauwhty brm must be^rubbed in the dust. He must he given to^understand that the bulwarks of Aiueriean^liberty still toviT aloft, and tliat no frce-^born Amurieaii eun be trampled on with '{^^semper tyrannla! W...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER BONOSAND STOCKS Vala ipmmm* Da-waa la MarkH V*Im^ IH NbwYork, Sept. SI. -The limited ehar-^^ of the atora market ^^^ again de-^to-day, and outside of enal^l and attar truata tliere wiw no niore-^^t of tntereat, although Northern Pu-^Hftr, Louisvllla- aft Naahville and St. Paul^^applied mmrt of tin* huaineata. Governmenti*dull ami w^-ak. Staa-k ex-^rfaanfe opening wa^ 1U0, closing 1^^^. ('on-^aolidated exeluttige atpa-ning I1^'*- ^^^^^-^hit TOWNTOPICS IN BUTTE HtrajItems mt The -eloMtug apititntiauis wera V.H.CsnKrti'niltmS hdWIrt V.H. 4'^ .ssi|s.nl-JT ^^V. I*. 4V^ re* I'.S. 4' catll|sin.I^_'.^ raeinrH'K Ila AmericanRxaeMM in;^fan. l'actfl fan.Southern^t'antral l\u- Burl-ngliin IjM-kawaimnI leaver Si H, ^^. Krie KansasA Texas^l,ake shore .^I.oiiis. ^ Nash.^Mi.hiirun I cut nil^Missouri Paa-tflc.^aairtha-in l*acMt-. Moneyon North*esiern.US l*n-fcrrcal..*- N.V. tvntriilIMI airi-troiiImi'ti.'i^^^'..' Ort'itonNav'ti'ii.tots aw,TrHiiscoiitiin...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 24 September 1889

tbgimvbur subscription^'.with thb first month. titttftafd CKT^dkortisinc rrtb s^wxt thb business offic TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. WcDGNHLD HUBOKONDENTIST,^errii K ovkb .km. trtkkh ^ .^.,^First Street, -Anaconda, Montana. F.I-. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. P*^tdeni-e on Second street, St.Mean Building.^Office ou First St., in St. .Iran Building. eHours: ^ to b A. M., I to I and 7 to ^.^ I'.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, POLKS MAOISTKAI K. .H STK E OK THK^PEACE, NOTAKY lHTtl.lt . CON-^VKVAM Kit, ^^ . THEYWERE NOT GUILTY flowt Kansas lob Narrowly Escaped^Committing larder. FirstStreet, Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOKR7VIHN. ATTOItSEYAT LAW. IAINst., IIVKK I* A Kit KT .1 .IXCKKV's STOBK, Anaeonda Montana. *I. O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practicesill of the State ami Cuited States^^ourts. Coili-ctions promptly made. Special at^^tention uiveii to Milium Properties ami Manni: law. Real Estate, Izkius ami Insurai...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 24 September 1889

a THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER a4, 1899. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLiSMEO EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. iwrmlby csrrtnr or muUl at ten dollars ^^ywar, ihrn- ^t^Hlai^ a quarter or oue^dollar a ni.mlh ' THESTKNDRRD laUm- only dally oew^rau^eT with^cl^nrHi^h ^ll^-^patehe* la m-er UnIst county. II print*^^a) telrs,ra|^hle new^ than any other^newspaper la Montana. n)arrepondenee and luwlnetut letter* shmild he^addressed to THESTANDARD,^t of Mala and Third street*. Anaeontta,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Forliovenior.^lOSKI'll K. T^M^1.K,^UW and t'lark ^ ooatv.^For IJeiitenant-tSovernor,^JOHN 11. ^ ON AHK.^Custer County. For^ '^inicre^h.^MAUI I.N MAlilNMS.^is and t'lark Count). ForChief Justice,^XTF.rilKN A. IMtWOLT,^Milter How ^ mint v. ForAssociate Justices,^FRANK K. AKMHTKONO.^tlallatiii t'ounty,^W. M. HK'KFOKlt.^Miswaila t'ounty. ForAttorney General,^W. V. I'F.MHKKTON,^Stiver How t'ounty. FarClerk of Supreme Court.^UKOKOK F. COI'K,^Madison County. ForS...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 24 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER *4. 1889. kmc it,' ho wlii||Mfl the wur,then, in afterward,in^of mine who ODDBITS OF LIFE. Col.Ike Hill, of Uekinc county, without^of the ptlwi of national^wm in the citjr a few days^Mgre the Cincinnati Wmamirmr. To a^number of old frtentla who braved the^tanocs of war be related bow he came by^the title of colonel. Ieerred in the army one consecutive^ni^tit,^ aakl Ike. ^It waa the army of the^Potomac, and it wm near Alexandria^when I found them. I wua on my way^there, and on the train, not far from^Alexandria, met an old friend who wan^an officer in that army. 1 waa tticn a^great abort-card player and ho know it.^He invited me to oo down to camp, tt-lliiiK^me I could win a barrel of money. Well,^I went. Itwaa along toward evening, anil that^uight wo had a game of poker. VV by, I^won at least ttMJUU, breaking them all.^^ ^ne of the crowd of officers waa a sore^loaer, and when ho had staked and lost^hia laat cent, ho pulled Ilia revolv...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 24 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, 1889. ^l A HATCHET IN HER BRAIN MichelasKtblins Iirderous Assault^Upon His life. 1' 41 r. m. Monday,Wrtl i1.:ir.A. M. %^ V. M. k.: I'. M.^. H.:tn A. m.^Tut-kda^^. Tliitri.- Arrlvaland Departure of Mall*. MAIIOIIHMKT 1^A1I.V row^IXwt lindRi^, Hflfl^ and point* North madWent of Hi4rot* 00 A. M Ruttr( llv. Moot .. ... ^^ ^ ^ ^^^^ A- ^^Butt.-. Ht-lt-iua, IVt-r l-otlue. smart MdMintlfiuata^^^ ^^^^^ * Suite,Helena. Mil KukUtu, ttmitheru an.IW.-*lt*rii Slate*^^^^^ ^ ^ ^ Carroll Cableand hMM ^1U^ ^^ neatlayan^l Friday. mmi j. ahhivk iiui.V l-lt-'M F-a*tan.I Hutte.I^--** A- M 11,-lt-iiaami lievr^Bull*' t'ilv. M^nl^All point* North and K-im fan-oiliirw-w. Cableand I^J r.-nee*. 4.^i I^. M^day. Saturday. AUmail- ^-l^**c :^ minute* liefort- tle|*ortiire. THEWEATHER. Tin*tUtily rec-oral off flu* Uit*nnonM*t^*r in^thia city i* sjnoorteal l^y A. T. ri^tyt^*r,^^trtiroint, Kirnl ntnrl. TIn- rtfortl for ^^^^^^-^^onlay ^^^.^: 7 u. in.. .H*tltunitt; 12...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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