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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 12 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^^f tha STANDARD it in Clark *^BankjBaUding on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number U S58. dvertlsementswill be received at the Butte^office of the Stamiard till 8 o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning's paper. TheSt a hd a rd U delivered to Butte subscrib^^ers early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Arrive. UnionPacific Kxpress.... 1 :jd p.m.^Pocatello Accommodation ^:'^ am^Northern Pacific Through Kxpress1^0 p.m. M.PSelena ft Missoula* FhUlpaburgAem'dat'n 12:10 p.m. AnacondaBxpresa^ki.i.ia.m. AnacondaKxpreuIt 4 KM p.m. AnacondaExpre^^I AnacondaExpreuI Leave. ;so p.m.^K:lOa.m. 2:40p.m. 00 a.m. x do a.m.^^10:50 a.m. 2:40 p.m. 5 Ao p.m. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train.^^ Express. VICTORYIN THE AIR AllSigns Pointing to Complete Demo^^cratic Snccess. ConfidenceReigns Throughout the^Party-Worthy Candidates for Al^^derman - Republican* up to^Trickery In tho F...

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. — 12 April 1890

theanaconda standard: saturday morning, april 12, 1890. MININGINFORMATION. Forty-onethousand riMWM of Phoenix^have been sold on suliscri|ilion. TbeOhio com|Mn^- have been getting^some noli assays and ox)h^ot to strike a^noli lead in a few day*. TheMildred in allowing good ore with^every indication that depth ia all that is^required to make tlie mine a producer. Ameeting of the Mountain Lion com^^pany is called for April 29 when it is ex^^pected that work will be resumed at once. Theoutput of the Granite Mountain for^the week ending April 3d was 46 liars of^bullion, containing H0.405 ouncea line sil^^ver and 16b ouncea fine gold. JohnW. Dawson of Philipabiirg, haa^taken a bond from J. H. Cooper for one^half of the Silver Belle aud Standing^Rock lodes in Flint Creek mining district.^Consideration, $15,000. TlteSilrtr Staff say* the Morning Star^is continuing to improve in richness, and^is going to dcvclopc into one of the ln-st^mines in the slate Assays made in Butte^are of tlte same ...

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. — 12 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL n^iSIKl. STAD^RD. OfficialOrgan of Deer Lodge Couty, TH8BBST ADVERTISINGMEDIUM InMontana. StandardPublishing Co., ANAOONUA,MONT. At^ War-Back TaYsrm. Fromthe Yonkrrs liaiette. Landlord(to newly-risen g\iem\): aMept |^pretty comfortable, 1 hope, stranger. Guest:^Not very. Head's rather raw |^from friction with that clam-shell mat^^tress.^^Landlord: CHEAPADVERTISEMENTS. adtwrtsemrnr.under thi* head ^^* m*\ 99^vcrd 53 ^n*rrti.m j fXeM fgm ^^*^^E23^!,^ ,I. Hn^U periods. Aoodrertisrmen! arm-ted^for hum than IS rent*. PROFESSIONALCARDS. rjC~D.FITZGKKALD nrt im MAGISTRATE, JVHTICE OF^TOUpLcK. NOTARY VVBUC CON^^ VKVANCKK, ETC. What! You don't say they warn'tno pi Gueat:., , , neeiedin the night anil blew^keyhole. illaronthat bed^^^Guest: -Oh, ye.; I a^identuUy , THE FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mont. Allthe t'onvenlrr Fromthe New York Weekly. Tourist(in a coal-mine, after passing^around cigar*): ^Krerything Menu to be^wet and damp. Where can I strike a...

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. — 12 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1890. THEWEATHER BULLETIN. Warningof a Severe Nlorui ttral Out by Ilia^Mg-nal ontre. Washington,April 11. The ' signal^office furnialiOM the following s|^crial bul^^letin : ^A Htonn of eonsulerable intensity^is central tonight in South Dakota. Un^^usually light temperatures prevail in the^central valleys, extending northward to^south Minnesota and South Dakota. A^decided fall of the teni|^eraturc has. how^^ever, set in from the northwest and the^temperature gradient is so sliarply marked^in Minnesota and South Dakota that the^thermometer records a range of W degrees^between adjacent stations with corres^^ponding Imroinetic gradient. Wind vel^^ocities are reported on the east^^ern side of the storm of^62 mile* per hour isouthwestl at Chicago;^on the southern, 98 miles (southeast! at^Elliott. Texas: on the western, 42 miles^(westi at Kapid City, Dakota; and on the^northern aide, at miles (north I at Moor-^head, Minn. A signal for winds...

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. — 13 April 1890

youhave Real Estate to Buy,^Sell, or Rent, advertise it in theStandard's Ifyou wish to engage Help, or desirea Situation, look In^the Standard's ^Want^ Column VOL.I.^NO ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY ftORNING, APRIL 13, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. SPRING! Tacts,r\ot Poetry LATEDOINGSJN BERLIN EmperorWilliam Threatening to Para^^lyze Itnlsterial Work. FederalGovernment* Not Sharing^in the Kalaer'a Haate for Re^^form Possible Revision^of the Tariff. LOOKOUT FOR A HOME. JudiciousInvestment^sou la Realty. Mis- MlMOOLA,April 1 ^[Special.]^^Spring has come, the trees are bud^^ding, wild flowers are in bloom^and the green grass springing up^everywhere (excepting in the^streets L Plenty of snow in sight,^but it is many miles off on the tall^peaks of the Rockies, and serves^only as a cold reminder of the pastwinter. Building operations I ^MMseeSew^SSV^Mta3|^Bje^^are in full blast, hundreds of men^and teams busy and earning good Cnpyriglihslby Hie New York Ak~n imI. iI I'ipss, llf.l. Bkkmn,April 12^~njn...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. The0^.c ^' P^per of Deer Lodge County. Deliveredby carrier or mall at ten dollar* a^year, three dollar^ a quarter or one^dollar a month. THESTRNDKRD Itthe only dally newspaper with telegraph din-^patehet In IWr ]A*iw county. It prints^n-jtre trh-irrapliic nrw^ tluuiany other^ni'WfipM|Har In Montana. Correspondenceand liu^lne^^ letters nhsiiM tie^addreioed to THESTANDARD, Comerof Main and Third streets, Anaconda,^Monlana. DEMOCRATICCITY NOMINATIONS. rtr Mayor^1^. 1^. \V vi.KI.lt.^For Alilermen^First Ward l^. HOVUW.^Kecoml Ward M. MAltTIX.^Thud Ward CKOIUiK WATSON.^Fourth Ward .lAMKNl'I.AKK. SUNDAY,APRIL U, 1X!^. BUTTE'SELECTION Americancltleenship tines not often^impose obligations mori' serious than^those which, at this hour, confront the^people of Unite. Intler normal condi^tions that city s annual election, what^ever its result, iniuht come and go^without e...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1890. 3 BONDSAND STOCKS. A;paand Downs la Market Value* oo the^^New York Exchang*. Xr.wYork, April 12.^Stock* were a^little more active to-day, grangers being^still the point of attack, and Rock Island,^Burlington and St. Paul were the leaden,^both in |^oint of activity and weakness.^Gould storks, on the contrary, were Arm.^The market rallied in the last lialf hour^and Anally closed quirt, but Ann, gener^^ally at insigniAcant changes from last^evening'* Agures. Governmentswere steady. PetroleumOpened irregular; s|x^t at^H^yt. Mav ArmatHOH: both closed Arm,^spot at U%^ May at MS- Barsilver^ 96%. Copper-Neglected;Lake, April, flH.25.^k Leatl^Easier; domestic, W.KTyt.^^ Tin-Firm; straits, $19.65. Closingstocks: I',m. i s registered JN. V. Preferred U.8. ^'^ coupon. . Northwestern I'.s, 4 ^, s reg I*referred U.8. 44 'i couponX. V. Central Paclflc^^^ (H-egon Iropm't AmericanExpress III Oregon Xav'g'n Can.Pacific Tt Can.Houtheru ^ M CentralP...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 13. 189a TRAVELERS'GUIDE. thais*ARIIIVK. 03 A. M.^From BuW-l*^vo^ Untn-at l:no^AM Silver How c 10 A. M.,Stuart *:^ A. M. lli'soA. M.-Knui Unit*- ^nd C.arrtonB-^Lmtm Hint. M 10 :.*i A. 11., Hllvrr How 11*^A. M . Htuart It-JO. A. M. t onrwrti at Rtuart^with train which IwtviHiarrUon at 10 :'J0 A. M., STifte'^m B^tto-l,-v^ Butt, 5*0^PM . Mlvrr How 515 P. M . Htuart 6:40 P. M. oar M. -Kroro liarrlvin Lntve* (MAIM^CM I*. M., IH*r I^Mlttt- C.t; 1'. XT; Stuart;*)^P. M. thai\f* i1epart. SiteA. M.^For Uarrrmn- Stuart C^0A. fL,^Wm' Loditr CM A. St., (ianfional 10 ^^A II it* A. M.Kor lluttr - Stuart at CM A.M.,^Stiver Bow hl:(V A. M . arriving at Buttr, 10:15^A M COOP. M.^For llutti- ami (l-rrtaon- ArrlTrt^at Stuart 3:15. Owr l/xlgi- * M, tiarrlmu 4:30,^Silver How .1:45 1^. M . Hullf 4^) P. M. 7:15I^. M. Kor Bull.' Stuart at 7:35 P. M.,^Silver Bow M. P.M.. arriving In Butt*. ^^o Arrival^nd Departure of Mails. MAIL*prl'AHT IlAtl.V roH DeerLodge. Helen...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^^f the STANDARD U in Clark'^^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number it 258. Advertisement*will be received at the Butte^offlce of the Standakd till ^ o'clock^P. M. lor Insertion In the follow^^ing morning'* paper. The(standard 1i delivered to Butte subscrib^^er* early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. montanaunion. Arrive.Leave. Ijf Union Pacific Express....^I Tocatello Accommodation^Northern I'aclflc Through Express N.I',Helena si Missoula ft^Phlllpsburg Acm'dat'n AnacondaExpressI AnacondaExpress AnacondaExpressI AnsrondaExpress Connectat Stuart with^^ Express. 1:'J0 p.m.^0:30 a.m. 8:30p.m, 12:10p.m. so p.m.^8:10 a.m. 2:40p.m. *.no a.m. 10:15a.m.1' 8KWa.ni.^t 4:00 p.m. ^lo.no a.m. ^ 2:40 p.m. It 5:00 p.m. localAnaconda train. MONTANAi KN I I! A I.. ArriveTT Leave. St.Paul Express HelenaAccommodation 7:30p.m.j 11ai a.m.I h05 a.m.^4110 p.m. Connectionwith Utah ^ Northern train for^P...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, X890. FHCTS. FHCTS. FHCTS. FACT1. FACT2. FACT3.^FACT 4. FACT5.^FACT 6. -ThatHutte has to-day 35,000 population, equalling that of Tacoma and Seatt'e, largely exceeding that of Spokane Falls andOgden, and equalling the com^^bined population of Helena, Missoula and Great Palls, the three next largest cities in the State. ThatHutte is the greatest mining center in the world, having within a radius of two miles, 200 mines in active operation, one of them the Anaconda, the^greatest copper mine in the world, and twelve of the largest mills and smelters in existence. -Thatin the mining industry alone there are over 6,000 men employed, having a monthly pay roll exceeding $700,000. ThatButte is the greatest railroad center between the Missouri river and the Pacific Coast, having three trans-continental lines running into it over their^own tracks, viz: the Northern Pacific, Union Pacific and Great Northern, and one local line, the Montana Union,...

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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1890. 7 STADJWD. i0 13 7CO^0 1_ OfflcltlOrgu of Deer Lodge County. TH8BEST -ADVERTISING MEDIUMS InMonUni. StandardPublishing Co., ANACONDA.MONT. PROFESSIONALCARDS. D.FITZGERALD T. POLICEMAGISTRATE. .ll'STICK OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER. ETC. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mont. T. ULEAKY Attorneyand Counselor at Ijiw. Practices in^all of the MM anil I'uitcd Stales courts. I ul-^lection* iiromptly made. Sia-clal attention given^to Mining and Probate Ijiw. Ofllee:KOOMS 3 ami 4 MATTIE HIXXTK,^Comer of First and Oak street!,^Anaconda,Moutaua. Comingto Anaconda! Dr.A.G.Stoddart Presidentof the well known and mo* successful AKMM'laliollof S|^elul|s|s, DRS.LIKBIG ^ 00. onaccount of enormous increase In business^and delayed t tains, I^r. stoddart. the San Fran^^cisco Specialist, ean mit reach Anainnda until^Sill in day and Sunday, April In and an. Will l^vs-^Itlvely have offle^'^ for free consultation in Ana-^eomla April ID ami JU; at 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. — 13 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1890. THEWORLD OF SPORT WhatIs Slid of the Proposed Kessler-^Klmmici Fight. ItMay Take Place atthe Race Track^Fresh and Interesting Gossip^About Men of Muscle^and Skill. KiMviaKmii-MNttulriMY- of I he MautUnl. BlTTF..April 12. Tin' rffort to arrnnifi'^a pri^' tight Ix'twiH'ii (Ji'org'i' Bassjaf of^this city ami Cliarli'* Kimirk of St. Paul^lia* not yi-t b^i-ii kiii-i ^'^^ful. Ki'HhIit nays^tliat lie has made an agreement to light^Mike Hrennan ami want* to ascertain^whetlier Mr. Hrennan will let him out of^tli.u tight heforc he enters upon arrange^^ments for another. He says he in willing^to llirlit kimirk, anil will ilo so unless^Hrennan insists on his match. J. I..^Black. Kimick's hacker, left this after^^noon for Helena, hut will return Monday^or Tuesday when a decisive answer^must he given. If |MWsilili' the^match will lie arranged to^take place at the race track outside the^city limits. The matter is being discussed^of forming an a...

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. — 14 April 1890

r Printedseven days in the week.^The cheapest and best^per published in Montana. Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ' I ^ - VOL.I.^NO. 184. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL i4, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. SPRING! acts, r\ot Poetry THEDEAD STATESMAN SamuelJ. Randall's Funeral to Take^Place Thursday lorning. LOOKOUT FOR A HOME. AJudicious Investment^mil Kealtv. Mis The Remains to be Interred^Philadelphia High Tributes of^Respect Paid the Dead^Congressman. In heldout and would not move. That was^the only thins on which wo diffen-d.^There wu nothing gisal ami ureal you^ran not say about Randall. S|MMkerHeed said: ^My esteem for^him was very great. I always had ami^express! the highest admiration for hi*^steadfastness and courage. He was a^good friend, a brave man and a states^^man beyond reproach. Carlislesaid: ^Our relations have been^not only friendly but quite intimate. 1^have always regarded him as an honest^man in public life and ...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL ii, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DA^ IN^THE YEAR. The0^.c.^i P^per o' Deer Lodge County OcUvrr^Hl by currier or mall mi Wu ^loII^r^ ^^^^^r, tlirw dollar* a ^|uart^t or om^dollar a moutli. THBSTHNDRBD Itthe only dally MNMjM with l^^l^-|[ra|^li dli-^patrhea In IVrr l.mliir i-ounly. It print!^irx-re telefrraplik- nrw^ than any other^ucwipapi-r In Montana. CorrnpondeiNt-and :m*ln^'^* l^-tt^-r^ thoulil I*-^addressed to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Main ami Tlunl Mrt-rl^, Anacoiula,^Molilalia. DEMOCRATICCITY NOMINATIONS. I'.11M^w^r i. i^. irtim KorAlilennen^Fust Ward D. SIUIV1.IX.^wmmt Wlti M. MAHTIN.^AM DM ^MM WATMMf.^fourth Ward .IAMKSfl.AHK. MONDAY.APKIL 14. 1x!^. Hereaftera regular edition of the^M .\M)Altl^ will be sent to every sub^^cril^er on Monday moriiin(j ^^t etieli^week. Tbe jiopularity and the raj^id^growth of the Staxhaku make^necessary this departure from the^plan under which most of the daily^morning newspapers in Montana ...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL i4, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS Topicsof General Interest in the Poor^Hei States aid Elsewhere. TheNorthern Paciflc U to build a ttOO,-^OOO hot* 1 at Tacoma. Thepeople of Great Falls are netting^out tree* all over the eity. MiesL. Ellis was recently appointed^postmaster at Blakely, Yellowstone^county, Montana. Pondsand lakes throughout Lincoln^county. Washington, that have been dry^tor several years are now full of water.^s%t|tj 11 James McLaughlin, who lias for^many years filled the position of Indian^agent at Standing Rock most faithfully^and creditably, has been reappointed. Wednesdayafternoon the hotel prop^^erty of Mrs. James Bundy, at Laurel, was^destroyed by lire with almost iu entire^content*. Loss about $2,000. $1,800 in^^surance. Simkane'sesca|ied Jail birds are slowly^being recaptured and brought back to^jail. Four men were apprehended at^Pullman Tuesday and one at Colfax the^same day. Ashooting scrape occurred at the ranch^of William...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. APRIL x4. x8go. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TKAIN*ABHIVB. as A. M.-Krom Biitle I-t-mvrt nultf at ^:^^^A M . Silver Bow ^ ID A. M., Ktiisit I ^ A. M. 11iM A. ^^^ From Mutte and (iarrln.n-^Ua*f*Huttral 10JO A. M., HlHrer Bow UK*^A M , Si unit u:rj. A M. ConDrrtiat ^MM^with train which Irsvesiiitrrliioii at 10:20 A. M ,^^vyr UKljte-MM* A,^vrt MM rM , Nlver Bow 5:16 P. M.. Htuart r. ^o P. M.^^ OOP M. Fnwn Harrison-l.r^ve^ (.atrium^^ JOT M , l^err l-otlc- i. IT P. M : Stuart T *^^P. M TRAIN*IlKI'AKT. ima. at.-For gMlM^ WuartnalA. Mm^Dw UxtRe fm A. M . MM al 10:00 e!tOA.M. For Butt.- Stuart at MB A.M.,^SUvrr Bow ifl*m A. M , arrlvlun at Butte. 1015^A M job P. M.-For Unite ami (iarrtion Arrive!^^tmuort 3:15.IWr limine 4:(^. (iarrlmu 4 30,^Silver Row I ^^.'. P. M . Bulle 4 ^ P.M. 7:16P. M. For Butle Stuart at , :3S P. M.,^HUver Bow la* P.M.. arriving In Butte, KW^F M. Arrivaland Departure of Mall*. maiij NNM MM Kim Oe+rLodtre, Helena anil point! North^and Weil of ...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL i4, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD U in Clark'^^Bank Building on tb^ corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number i* 258. Advertisementswill he received at the Butte^office of tbe Htandaro till n o'clock^P. M. for lniertloD In tbe follow^^ing morning's paper. TheStandard Ii delivered to Butte subscrib^^er* early ever* morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. montanaunion. Arrive.| Leave. UnionPacific Kxpress PocatelloAccommodation^Horthern Pacific Through Express N.P.Helena ft Missoula PliUipslmrgAcm'dat'n AnacondaKxpress AnacondaExpress AnacondaKxpress AnacondaKxpress ... ... Connectat Stuart with^t Express. 1:'J0 p.m.^cm a.m. 8:30p.m. 7:S0 p.m. 8:loa.m.2.^p.m. 1210 p 111. 8:00a.m.^^ 10 l.'.R.m. ^ H:00a.m.^t 4 on p.m. *lo main.^^ 2.40 p.m. ......It 5*0p.m. localAnaconda train. montanacentral. Connectionwith Vtah ^ Northern train for^Pocatello and points east and west on Union^Pacific. closinuand arrival ok mails. Mailfor California and th...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, APRIL x4, 1890. MININGINFORMATION. Alandslide near Juneau, Alaska, huried^^in of the t|uarti mill* out of sight. Theoutput of Granite Mountain for the^week t m'ing April 10 wan M hara of ImiI-^hot), containing 7^,iH5 ouneeii of flue ail-^^cr and IV) ounces of ttne gold. TheCurlew mine ia now being developed^rapidly. We underatand that at an early^day there will be under eonatrnctlon a^nmccntrator. Tliey employ twelve men^^t thia time, but will have a force of fifty^before many week*. HMtr Woof Hoglr. Charles( lark of the Granite Mountain^hut, taken up a deed of the Harris 4^Haieltou group of mines in the Beaver^croak district. The purchase price waa^ST;.,0U0. Theae minca, it in aaid, have paid^the owner* $10,000 |^er month net. for sev^^eral montha paat. Owen^ twens has taken a contruct to^tun in in feet further on the Myatcry tun^^nel and the work ia la'ing prosecuted with^all possible speed. All the stockholder*^art we ll aatiatlcd with the pr...

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. — 14 April 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1890. 7 STAD^RD. c0 2^0 OOcitlOrgu of Dm. Lodge fount-. TH8 1ST ADVERTISINGMEDIUMS laMontana. StandardPublishing Co., ANACONDA,MONT. PROFESSIONALCARDS. J.KITZOEltAI.D T. POLICKMAU1STRATK. .USTICK OF THK^PKACK. NOTAKY H B1.IC, CON;^VEYANCKR, ETC. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Muut. T. OLEAKY Attorneyand Counselor at law. Practices In^all of the State and Pultcd States courts. Col^^lections promptly made. Special attention given^lo Mining ana Proliate Law. Office:ROOMS 3 and 4 MATTIE BLOCK.^Corner of First and Oak streets.^Anaconda, Montana. pP. CHK1SMAN, D. D. 8.^OfBce, Flnt TEETH StreetBetween Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana.^EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN bya new process. All classes of Dentali Wot k^executed in first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. D R.W. C. KNITT1.E. PHYSICIANAM) SLIttiEON. Offlce:HKJ^iINS AVE., (Opp. city drug store),^MISSOULA, MONT. SheHaw Through It. Fromthe Merchant Traveler. Mr.Sharpleijrti,^ said that gvnttemaa...

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. — 14 April 1890

INTERESTINGFACTS. InVtica, X. Y.. tradesmen of all i-ort^^mil only sell their delinquent account*, at^a public naif, lint advertise them at full lengthiii till' |M|m i - KvenGrant's memoir- could not have^more than it* own propitious day. After^an immense sale it ran now lie iMMight for^*.'..J.'i in cloth, and it is Haiti its ptihlishers^are carrying something like titl.tHi sets. Samllailcy. of Nashville, Mich., came^across three rat* in the road hoiiic time^affo ami all of them hail liohl of a straw,^traveling along. On cloacr investigation^lie foutul that the two ouUiilc rats were^leading the center one. which was lilintl. Accordingto figures given l^y a San^r'rancisco uewH|ia|M^r. California is the^bloodiest slate in the union. In l**'-' it^had one homicide to :k*7^ of the |topiila-^lion. In the other states it runs up from^one in s.HU in Kentucky to one in mh.UK)^in other states. Theaiithorited | rounders of the a|^-^proachiug publication of Henry W.Giady's^k|Hi i lies and writi...

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