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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 24 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24. 1889. 5 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE SomeSidewalks That Heed the Stmt^Cleaners' Broom. i OMBum of rrlaclpalMrrcto mt th titX ^aditml Nnmiw ml SpecialCorrpspnadfucv of the Htandaril. Butte,Sept. 23.^Tbe flrat mow storm^of the wmou struck Butte to^^lay, took a^glance at tbe crowded and dirty condition^off tbe sidewalks aitd streets. Tbe bimi-^neHH men of Butte glanced out of tbeir^window* tbia morning and good naturedly^admitted that tbe HtreetM were enough to^discourage tlie allow storm or anything^elae. A Stamuaku reporter today kepi^tab on a few of the thing* which are^crowded in front of the various stores in^the business |m^rtion of tbe town. No ac^^count was taken of the aide streets or litu-k^streets; only of the three principal streets^in tbeir main extent. The articles men^^tioned aru only those on the outward^portion of the side walk, or the gutters,a nil^not tbe inner part of tbe side walk, where^articles do not greatly interfere ...

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. — 24 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, 1889. ATRAMP CLIINT'8 FEES. rtmt IMrtai WkUtor.^MS tmtm ^l.AOO.OOO t a.H. tbemoat valuable barrel^ml whisky ever distilled,^ said a wcll-^Steuben rnwty lawyer, 'waa^mw year* aao in Stcobon county.^Iff there wu ever a barrel of whisky mure^valuable I would like to hear of it, for two^gallana off thia particular barrel brought^Ma owner over ^800,0110 a gallon. There Ih^' connected with that whisky that in^i telling, ami worth placing on n c- **Someyean* before the war a young^^nan named Henry M. SImtwoo^I was ail-^raittetl to the liar of Steuben county. He^waa a bright young fellow, ami belonged^in the town of WimmIIiuII. Soon alter lie^waa admitted to the bar, ami before he^hail hail bin tint! client, a tramp wax ar^^rested ant I put ill jail at t'orniiig. He hail^been guilty of some serious breach^of the pciicc, ami his general appearance^waa that of a geiiiiiue tough. He trietl to^engage a lawyer to defend him when his^eaae came u...

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. — 24 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, xft*. A PRINCESS'S GARTERS. TaU-tsaaFairs Taa* Aw fmtths Uitr'i UU TbePrusalan prince^, ^Uler of Emper^^or William, who ia about to be married, ia^having made for her thirteen pairaof very^splendid garters, says tbe New York^World. She doea not mean to add all^these to her trouaaeau, though among^them ia that traditional pair of new and^blue stocking supporters aald to bring^brides lurk, and this one ia tbe thirteenth,^made of pale-blue ailk and elapsed with^hue k lea aet with large diamonds.^Another pair will be put away with^tbe rest of tbe Hohenaollern collection^of gartcra in tbe museum at Berlin, and^tbe reat will be distributed among ttie no^^bles who attend the Greek priuce.ber hus^^band. Thia is the rule of a rery ancient^vuatom tliat survives nowliere now wave^in the reigning family of Germany. In^franker and ruder agea it used to he the^privilege of the heat man, when the bride^was about to retire with her attendant^maid...

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. — 24 September 1889

THHANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, 1889. SHEWENT IT BLIND IteBiaill- hwti^n ^f^ I'rrttjr CalH-^^llr niri la Kralirk).^Uh'1^vili.^^ Sept. 21.^A hliml Bupdat^divinity student and the vivacious ilnujrh-^*tr at an old Catliolic family eloped butt^Saturday to N^^w Albany and won- mar^^ried. To-rtay tue g-irl is niiaaiiifi nnd her^husband ia aoekins to And lier My the aid^of the court. Blind and Inn ft of I otli pa^vent* at toe age of 7, CharloM Bohnnnon-^waa taken churjjc of JO j'i'am affo by hia^aunt. Mix Holmmi. In a hlintl hi-Ii^m^1 lie^prored Tory apt, and. having a rn-liirioiix^turn, waH placed after trraduatioii in a^Baptist theological seminary- His aunt,^who in comiMimtively poor, w-orkiil hanl^to sustain him. Botulinum lias made a^good show-in*; as a student ami lias Itccii^preachinif umler a liremte. Near liis hemic^with Mrs. Hotmail lived Mlw Vioa A If rctl^with Imt iwin^nts. Mr. ami Mrs. Max t'is-^elier. They became friends. Sin- is a^pretty girl of iXi ami t...

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. — 25 September 1889

-T MDUeRTISINC RXTI1^WT THE BUSIN9SS OFFIC 4 TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. I I F- 1 BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. WcDONRLD MMM1^EXTIHT.^orrirn OVK.K .KW. irrnw CO..^Punt street.Anaconda, Montana. F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Kaniili-nreon Second street, St.Mean building.^Ofllre tin First St., In St. .lean llililtluig. Illi'^-Hour*: 9 l^^ 12 A. .M.. t^i i! ami 7 to ^ I'.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, POLICK M At II ST It AT K. pnCI OT^I'KAI'K, NnTAIIV Pl'BMt, ^'^IN^VKYANCKK, ttc. BADWRECK IN GHICACO kPassenger Coach Crushed Into By a^Freight Train with Fatal Results. THE FlrirtStreet, Anaconda,M^^ut. J.R. B0KRMHN, attoiixkyat law. maisht., iivkii IMHR * IMMHTli IMW^Anaconda Montana. I.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practicesin :.ll of 11 - State anil I'tiit.'tl states^^ourts. Collect inns promptly made. Special al-^tfiition given l^^ Mining nrooirttrii Md Minim;^I .aw. lt^ai Ratal*, Loans ami lanuaan*, I'rcp-^rrty Kciit. d and...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 25 September 1889

ITHEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M. 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY THE hycarrier ^r mail at ten dollars^year. Uirrr ilollai^ it ^|ii^rtt'r ^r ^^i^-^dollar a month TME STRNDRRD Istar naly daily ncwunapcr wllh^5h-leitra|ili^i !^ Hw-r I^MliCf ismillty. II prints^I ti-fcuraphic wwii than Ml) other^MWBJBW la Montana. Coi'reapuodeacran.I tHiatneui letters nlxmlil br^MMmuml to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Main ami Tliir.l ^lrii1*, Anai-ouda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Fort^o\crnnr.^.losKTII K. HHil.K.^l*-wt^ aiMl Clark t'ouotv.^Fur I jciitcnanl-tiovcrmir,^JOHN H. I'ONAKD,^luster daint). For^ onirrt-ss^MAKTIN MAljINMK,^I^^^^^!^ and Clark Count).^F^r t hief .lust ice,^KTKI'HKN A. llrWOI.H,^Silver How Count v. ForAwMM'late .luntlcea,^FRANK K. AKMST KUMi.^tiallatin County,^W. M. HICKFt^KI^. MlaaoulaCounty.^For Attorney ticncral,^W. Y. 1'KMHKKTON,^Silver How County. ForClnrk of Supreme Cmirt.^^^KtlK^SF. F. COl'K.^Madlauo County. ForSec...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 25 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER as, 1889. PUNAND PHILOSOPHY (Mi IMIla WIm mhI Ml^tily^fn^^l Thewaiter girl Is different from a poet.^She is not horn; she is makl toonwr.^^CMht Theliigliest crude of ini|Midenee^to^wait in an umbrella m1m^i^ for a shower to^pass over.^Flirynui* Hlattrr. Theyoung man * ho is husy having a^good time says, ^ 1'liere are no flu-s on^me.^ But be forget* ^Time flies.^^I'hil-^^ufW/iAia Prrna. Citiaen t to lawyer) ^ I want your ailvieu ina suit I am about LawyerK sense nie. but u fee of fcju^will be iii*eessury la-fore tlist-ussiiMT legal^matters. f'HisviiCertainly; tliere you are. My^suit is against Smith. He uirri-eil to Lawyert|mm-ketiiiK tlie inmcyi I um^sorry, sir, but you are u little ^^m^ late. I^have been retuintil by Smith. Uurpm*t^Hnxar. Yulmlt-yWliut lias la-eome of ol^l mull^KiirK*.' 1 never lieur off him any more. Is^he (lead V WiokwireNo, not exactly. His wife is^keeping bonrtlein. Trrre I In fir /^/#^**. Muiltfi--Peek, flit y...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 25 September 1889

aMMa THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER as, 1889. SEPTEMBER. ITRYING TO TRIP VOTERS IS T M bigrally at oillon. Arrivaland Departure of Mail*. MAIL* l'KIAKr iiaii.v K^^H Doerl/ndgr, Hi-lena mim! |^^inl^^ Xanrth^anal Went of tlelauit Buttefit v. Mom^ ^ -^ - Butt*-.lla-lena, l^ea-r Uabra-, iMuart amiMmua-aaatta ^^Bulla-. Ila-la-mi. all KstKlcru. xmtlHTii andWa-ata-rn Kutlan Carroll a.rtiA.M.^h.ro A.M. Mii*. m. i.Ill 4^^ m.m. t'al.la-ami l*yrena-ais. Il.^i A. M. Maiiidit). Wiil-^na-aalay ami Friday. Mmi UMI K mm^B'i^t ami Itutta-.^Helena ami la-a-r Ualga-^Bmte ^^it^. Mont^All |Ntiti(* North ami Kit-st^Carroll IIJB .vjn k.:ir. .: lamia-and tin- ^ iilin- ala-iiiaa-r;itia Cattleami h'nwn, -UW I*. M. Tui-adaya, Tliiiri.-^ilay. Haluntay. Allmail* a-lina- :^^ ininnl^f^ la-fnra- ala-pnrturi-. THEWEATHER. Tin-aluily ntiml of the tln-rtnamieter in^ttiia city ib re|n^rta^^l l^y A. T. IMuyta-r,^artiKtfixi. Firat ^tni t. The ra-a-oral fairya-a-^teralny w^n: 7 a. iii.. :^ ^l^-gr^-^-n...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 25 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889. 5 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE PnikLewis HiM on a Charge of lar^^der in the Second Degree. raklltNyupalhy Itagtralai tm V^la Favor of the I nfurlunatr Voniig^N^* ^Hhrr Notca ami^Wawi|i. Hpertalrorrp^|MHMlfiHf of the standard. Bi'ttr,Sept. 24.^The general interest^in tin- case of young Lewis, who allot Ilia^room-mate Joliiiaon on Friday night, wus^abown by the large crowd pMHM at^Lewis's prpliiiiinary examination thia^morning before Jmlur Newkirk. Attorney^Dewitt represented tin- ti rritory and At- -toraey R^m^tli appeared for tlx- defense.^Lewis's prvH'iiw in tin- court r^m^in cx-^c*it**d n ileum*** of sympathy. His Is.yish^features ls-t*^keu impulsiveness rather^than villainy, anil his evident honesty^ant] truthfulness in telling tlx- story won^for bint many friends. In npitcaraltcc^Lewis seems scarcely of uips bit^features Is-ing quite yoniiK in cast.^Mm. Marion McMuHtcni, landlady^of tbe bonae when* tin- Is.ys 'roomed, and B. S....

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. — 25 September 1889

^- THE.ANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER a^ 18891 DSHI (MaaUw broad bltie ocoan. not far^tram the equator, UmMUHb of mil**** from^any land, lyinc ntntkMilew on a culm *^^,^waa a dtamaated ship. NothiiiR rciiiuiiicil^of her taut roaata and spars hut the inista-n^masts the Imwsprit and Jib and Hy iii^ Jih-^honnia. From the niUacii topNail and^eroaa-Jaok yanl* hurts a few raw' strips^off canvuH. and out at the far cm Is of the^Hyinir Jlh-hiwaii ilepomliil |s^rt of the stay I^and mmim' fragments of a sail, torn ami^r-eut. Just at it luwl Is-en after the tlen-o^Kulc which hatl reii^k-re^l this Kull.int ship^so helpless a wreck. Xot a tirvath of wiml^waa stirring in the heavens; not a elonil^was ill tin- ili-cp hlue sky; not a ripple^or a Haw liistiirlsil tlie fai-atwtcli-^iniC ocean. It wan high ixm.ii^and tin* aim waa almost vertical. All wus^nilent. Tlie wun waw pouring down its^fierce tropical rays on the Mistcnil iki*k^and on tin- vast, calm aea. Then-sln^ lay.^a spectr...

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. — 25 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889. HER NEPHEW JOSHUA. THELOCAL MARKET AMMaw lliutaa Oat Hl^ Tfci^WHkMl rajrtafj M^ir hra. lUdun,^aaid the conductor, aa be^ram* alone to toe- old lady who bad a^_ good-aised chunk of a boy bealde her, ^if^that boy ia over Ave yeara of ^^^ be will^have to pay balf fare. Heia my sjraiidaon, be la,^ abr ex^^plained, ^ami I'm taking him home to^stay with me for a few weeks. Hia^mother hain't bin a bit well thia hull auru-^mer, and Heia certainly 8 or 9 yeara old,^ inter^^rupted the conductor. Andaa 1 waa auy ins, abe'a tried almost^everytliinir and hain't got no beneHi. 1^racomnieudcd June weed tea, ami abc^drank aa much aa six gallona afore aitc^^juit. Slie then^ _ Halffare, madam.'. . Yea,hut 1 wautcd to any thut I tln-n^told her ahe'd better have William go to^the wooda and din some auraupurilly n^ot^and bile it up. Thut** an old siuiulliy^% with all die JohiiHoiia. Uile it down to^alMMit u wullon, and tlieu add a pint of^whis...

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. — 25 September 1889

TH3ANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER a5, 1SS9. *JOBILKEJUGGINS. Ymmr riunrrr Wh^ ^!ot KM^^ftl.UM** la Two V^r^.^i tfcr toodna Tek-a-ranti.^Cndpr this heailinjr Mr. Ernoat Benson^ha* written, in one volutin^, a akotoh of^Ma raein^ ami ajainhlinai career, do^liont^*^l^^*o all pnrentu unci jninnliaiis to wliotn if^intnnoiil tlte ro^|h^i^^il^ility of iiinkin-T or^marr-itur tin- future of tlx- lielplen^ i-Iiil-^rtren intniHtetl to their earn, wiHliimr Om-iii^a ..ill complement of iliHor^'tioti an I amia-^billty, ami tlicir wanh n happy immunity^fr*oni the miseries i-inlur-iil by tin- author^^hiring hit* minority. TIm flrvt chapter in ilcvoteil to a t-ki'tcli^of hiii minority. AVIion I ^^ tlr-nt leannil^that lie win ^^ miitur into money he hail not^^ho MliirlitcHt itlea of tin- value of tin- com^^modity. Herewan I, w-^ 11 within si-* in of the^Proinifi'il I..iml ^if plenty, without a notion^in my heail of how to liiislmml my n-^nouroes or Ikiw to K*'t anything like value^for...

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. — 26 September 1889

ibcinVfUR suuciiiptwn 'withthb first month. 2 CKTxdk0wtisinc hxtbs^w^t thb busin6ss 6wic TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. WcDONHLD BBWMJBBdentist.^ernic uvkb jim. rrriRn co.,^Vint Street,- Anaconda, Montana. I F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Residenceon Second street, St.'.lean BulldlnK.^OMce on First St., iu St. .lean Building. OfficeHours: 9 to M A. M., I to tt mill 7 to !^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, FOI.1CK MACISTKA1K, JUHTICB OF THE^I'KACK, NtlTAHY I'l ! It Lit , CON^^VEY AM KR, *c. IMPORTEDAS SLAVES TheShameta* Traffic Carried on in San^Francisco. NoTmuhl* In tiettln**-^Past the Authorities^reputahlc Live* c.^t'l,mr* flf ChineseWomen^Leading l^l^-^Itie t |^|M^r^4 liimttown. FirstStreet, Anaeomla,Mont. J.R. BOHRWHN, ATTOHXEYAT LA H \ mainST., IIVKH |MM * .IVCKKV^* sTOKK, AnacondaMontana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIII all of the State and l ulled States^^.mils. Collections prompt...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 26 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER a6, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY aVIivered^T carrier at mail ^^ ton dollar* a^year. Iknv iloUats a uiuurtir ^^i oof THB^TKN tothr only daily oew^na|ier wltlOrlearaph ^^'^-^^ ^ to l^m IahIkt couuty. II print*^I tetejcranhk- news than any other^u Montana. t-u.fantl lHimtninn l.-itcr* vhoulil be^audresmil to THESTANDARD. andThird street*. Aiuw-onila,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. KorOoveraor,^JIKHKP1I K. TIMII.K.^Ir^i^ aiHl Clark fountV.^Kor Ueuleuant-tiovernor,^JOHN II. I ONAKI),^dialer t^^Htuty. KorOwiirrea*.^MAKT1N MXlilNNlH.^I^ewi^ ami t'lark Couuty. Kort'hlcf Justice.^MTKl'HKN A. taWOLr,^Silver I Vow fount v. KorAssociate Justice*,^FRANK K. AKMSTKONO,^tlallatin faainty.^W. M. Hlf KKOIin.^Missoula County. KorAttorney tSeueral.^w. V. HKMBKKTtiS.^silver How founly. fart'lerk. of Supreme Court.^UEOKliK P. OOMC^Madison County. KorSecretary of State.^.MM* K I'll A. HKOWNK,^Heaverhead t'i...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 26 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. ODDBITS OF LIFE. Atthe beginning of the^Santa Crua (Cal.t Surf, it wu announced^to aortal circle* that the Saturday evening^hope to be given at Pacifle Ocean house^hall would be the moat utterly select and^recherche of anything' ever attempted or^dreamed of in Santa Crux. All who en^^tered thowe doom on Saturday evening*^were to be able to give credentials of^birth, breeding and education equal to^that of the host and hoMtettM or there would^he ^no admittance^ for them. Then, too,^there were to he lines drawn an to tlie oc^^cupation. Although it U a well known^fact that, am a rule, gentlemen are in the^minority at thette entertainment*, and are^much in demand, yet the Mat wont forth^that no ^coiimicreial travelers^ need ap^^ply. Infact, tliew* danccM were* far and away^uhove the common run of seaside hop*,^and if a lady met a gentleman there whom^^he did not know, site need not feel any^hesitation in uccoptinir his attentio...

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. — 26 September 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. SEPTEMBER. Arrivaland D^partur* of Malls. haiijii^Ki*Airr MM *^^^^^Peer I/mIk.-, Helena autl |m^iiU^ North madWent of Helenaa.no A. M HutteCity. M..IU- _ *n^ A- M Butt!-. Helena. I leer lvalue, Stuart Md MinnrauU3-,^ r. Butt.-,Helena. Hll Kaatcra, Southern amiWestern Slate*^.10 1 Carroll t'l^lr ami iSrew-cs. M.uii A M. Monday. ut-silayami Kritlay. nfnr* akitivf iivii.x rwHi Kaatanil ltulle * Helenaanil liivr Watut-m-^ a Hullcfit). Muutfr-i* ' All|m^int^^ North ami Kast^far roll M.M Wed- THATAFFIDAVIT WILL GrandTotal of the Swearing Done by^the Deer Lodge Lawyer. .: Cableami hrimiis 4.^^ I*. M. Tuesdays, Thurs-^Jay. Saturila^. Allmails rloac :*^ minutes before departure. THEWEATHER. Thedaily n^oortl off the tlioniiomctor In^this city in ro|a^rtt-tl by A. T. l'lnytcr,^dniatri**. Flr^t ntnvt. The r^^cortl fforyea-^tcnlay wua: 7 a. ill.. 44 ikunin; 12 Hi., 7S^df^n-f; 4 p. m.. tlourtt-a; 8 p. m., m^tfagpaaa. vWriprv^ixU^ the S...

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. — 26 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. LATEMEWS FROM BUTTE BitTientj-Tio Challenges Filed Aftiinst^Registered Voters. Who I'uMd a Certl^la llalena atrmt^la Jail^Other M^^at Oaaala. Uwl HprcialCorrespondence of the standard. Buttk,Sept. 2ft.^A case of suspected^collecting money on a false certificate or^forgery wan developed in thin eity to-day.^A man wbo guve to the poliee tlie name of^John Sand* lust night collected ISO from^May Burns, one of the reiiideiiU of East^Galena street. Sands wuh in Iter pla^^e^and showing a ecrtillcute of deposit of *75^in the First National hank of Poeatollo,^Idaho, offered to let hor liave it for *50.^Miss Burns, willing to make $2^and at the^aame time ^crammodaU) a friend,^consented to the ileal. But on^searching through her private money re^^ceptacle she found that she only pos^^sessed *4tt. She went out to an adjoining^saloon and borrowed the other $4 and^^ave the entire sum to Sunda. Thismorning the saloon-keeper asked^Miss Bur...

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. — 26 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. KMKIDON'S PRKYER. Atheatrical htoky.^L, Whrn,after rejs-ated MMl fruitless e f-^^nrta, Mr. Dolly Glut at last found him^^self in the managerial office of tin- Ec-stal^theatre, to which Ih^ had Iwen coiidiintoil^through a dauling region of cnchant-^MMIt, bis knn* amote t..^r^ thcr. his face^flushed with excitement ami his tongue^begun to swell to such an KtM ^^ '^^seriously impede hi^ utterance. ThesephMMMiM were carefully notiil^by MunnirT Hustle, of tin* well-known^theatrical firm of Hustle * Hardup. M he^^siacd up^ his vixitor and hivitiil him to a^^hair. 'Ihave brrr ^ |^lay.^ said Mr. ^;ra*s.^prodiifiiiK a roll of manuscript tied wUh a^pink iMMi ^which 1 am MaMHl would^prove a great success in your theatre 1^wrote it all myself, and although it ix my^maiden effort in that direction I have rea^^son to helievc that it i-ontnins the elements^of popularity. All I want i-* a fair trial. I'mafraid I eaii't do anything for yoti...

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. — 26 September 1889

theanaconda standard: thursday morning, september 26, 1889. STORIESOF THE DAY. ABam tor m KMUrkr OlrL^Old Fanner Jacob Run* Uvea about four^mile* from thia town, says an Albany (Kjr.)^letter to the New York Bum. He baa a^go^l mountain farm and in very well-to-do^in a rou*h and thinly populated region^where a man with *10,00O is considered^rich. Mr. Ruat baa several daughters,^and Ellen, the oldest, waa the handsomest^of them all. A jrounc man named Henry^Curtis from Ohio, whose parents had cone^there from this county, has been spending^the summer anions bis relatives at Albany.^Curtis brought with him a bicycle. It was^the first in Clinton county, and, as in the^case of Katiaha's elbow, people came^miles to see it. Curtis waa an expert^rider, and frequently displayed his bicycle,^ship before the eyes of tbe admiring^mountaineers. He was kind enough to^allow a number of the young men to try^his ^velocipede,^ as it was culled in Al^^bany, but their bruised faces and sore^joints soon m...

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. — 26 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. IUw Chicago Tribune.^An em-drteetire who no longrer wialic^^to be quoted by naiiM^ hu a ihliit htf nl^on the North Side, water* hia^1 moraine and afternoon, and plays^with hia children in the evening. Icalled upon him the other day and^asked him if be had any theory on the^murder of (^roll in which differed from^many that have already hecii iriveii uml^printed. Hereplie^l: ^None that I couhl wive you^without trouble to myaclf. There is no^doubt froiiiu wa^ murdered. 1 il^^ not be^^lieve then- is any further douht us to why^be was murdered. The question renioiti-^ing to he solved is. who is the Kill It)' man^or men ff Ido not know it, but 1 mijipowe thai^whoever they convict of the crime will If^convicted on circumstantial evidence. I^had a case once that is to say, I was in^^terested in a case in which the circuit!-^utantial evidence airainut tin- accused was^Ktrotur, hut the man is still living, and the^last I heart I of h...

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