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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 27 September 1889

ibcnyour subscription^JaCirH th1 first month. C*T *om^*tisinc rxtr1 wxtthe Business obbicb TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. KcDONKLD HURUEONDENTIST,^emcc over joh. mu^ c^ .,^Mr*. Htreet.^ Auunoda, Montana. F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Residenceon Hecond street, St.'Jcan building.^Office on First St., In si. Jean Building. Ileum:9 to 13 A. M., ^-' to 0 and 7 to ^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, rourr.magistrate, juhticb ok the peace, notary public, con^^veyancer, am'. FirstStreet. Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOHRHKN, ATTORNEYAT LAW. MAIMST., OVU BAIIRKT Jk JACMVi STORK, Montana. I.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Uw. PracticesIn all of the State and Cnit*.*d state*^court h. Collect Ion* promptly made. Suectnl at^^tention given to Minim* Propertic* and Mining^Law. Real Rotate, I/hiii and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Rent* Collected. Office room*^S and 4 Mattie block corner of Kirst and Oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont. ...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER Tj, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY TH TXNDXRD aewspaperwtth^olrfpr^ph di^-^ta IWt Lodge county. It prinU^tohai aphto Pfwi than any other^In Mi adtsjalneaa letters ^hould be^tddrimd to THSSTANDARD,^sf Mats and Third streets. Anaconda. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. For(inventor,^JOKKPII K. TtMtl.K,^l^wta and t'lark count*. ParIJi-ul^'nairt-^lt^viTimr.^JOHN H. CONAKl^,^Cutter County. CAJntVPffXoTflina. Lewisand t'lark County. ForChief Justice, _^HTKPHKN A. 1^kW01J^,^KUver How County. ForAasorlate Juiitlrej,^FKANK K. AKMMTKOXO.^UaUatin County,^W. M. HICKFOKIt. MUaoulaCounty.^For Attorney (iencral.^W. Y. FKalBKKTON,^SUver Bow County.^Mr Clerk of Supreme,Court,^OKOBUB F. COl'B.^Madison County. BeaverheadCounty. ForMate Treasurer.^JKRKY COI.I.INH.^Caanade County. ForState Auditor.^THOMAS I^. FITZtlK K Al J^,^Deer ljoAtr County.^^ rHuaarlnti iiflml nf l*uhllc Inatructioa,^J. K. BUHSKI.U^Silver Bow County...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER TJ, 1889. a**. ODDBITS OF LIFE. Umway at twins, m|i a New York^to the Btrifalo Kmprmm, you have^sen Um xi nellert l^u lufci^Millie-Cbristins, consisting of two^1 Joined together by nature much^conipaetly than were the famous^Siamese twins. Millie and Christine^bare been shown by Baraum and other^exhibitors for many years, and are now^aged about 40. The Siamese brothers^married two wives, as you will remember,^and lived in South Carolina, after^retiring from the museums, until^the death of one from disease was^immediately followed by that of the^other from fright. A post-mortem exam-^(nation proved that physicians had been^right In saying that a surgical separation^would have been fatal. In the case of^Millie and Christine even the suggest ion^of parting them can not be considered,be-^cause they are Joined from their hips near^^ly up to their shoulders. But it was not a^question of freakish anatomy which led^me to write of these women. ...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER XJt ztSp. THEYWERE OUT IN FORCE BittiRepublicans Gome Of er to Tile^Part in Last Might's Turnout. randhUtrCarter and ^*aa*re^ssaaa Horr^Kpnik U-Daan ^ml Oat A^rlKc-uroioii ami a Tonh^light PrwrwIuB. :.u^ I*. M. M.M. Arrivaland Dapartura of MAIIS Mtl'AHT DAII.T^Ml l*d*e. Helena and point. North aadWest of ll.-l. im5 a- m Hunt-city. Mom^^^u A- M Buttr, lfcleiu* I^eer hndge. Stuart aadMinnesota Hutte,Helena. a^l KaNti-m. Southern aadW.-stern State*^^^^^ , Cableand i*^r.n^-K, tl.oo A. M. Monday. W.il- aesdayand Friday. tUMMAKRivr. HW ^'^^ Kaatand Butte]^^^^ -y Helenaand l^e^T l*Mh:f ^' ^^'_^ A- si. Buttet'ity. Mont^^^^ J,- J}- Allpoint* North ami Fast*.-^ ^ ^ JJ- Curroll M- Cableand l*Vreui*^*s, ^^.^^ P. M. Tuesday*. Tlitirs- dav,Saturday. Allmails t-losc .^^ minutes ln-fore d.-|^urtnre. heaaid waa In bia pock ethook. Two of^the party aurora eternal fealty to^the unfortunate who had fallen a rletfru^to the abarpora of Anaconda. They left^a...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 37, 1889. 5 THEBUTTE FIRE BRIGADE. riu HoeclalOorreat ndnicrof the- SUmdmrfl.^Burnt, Sep*. 38.^Tbe Butte Fire Bri^^gade to-dajr completed the purehaae of a^lot for the erection of a Are building for^tliemaelvee. Tbe lot ia situated on Weat^Court street, baek of Maul's store, and was^purchased of Clark * Bielenhers for^fa.ffHf Chief Thome* has for some time^been at work inapectiiiR various Hite^ for^the brigade's location, and the entire de^^partment will be pleased at the selection^made. The lot is so situated that from it^the voluutccra can run down hill in al^^most any direction. The lot 20k1U0^feet. The plans, so far as perfected,^are that the Brigade bouse shall lie^oite story of brick and a 12-inch wall.^There will be sleeping apartment* pro^^vided and the intention is that 10 of the^40 member* of the brigade shall deep at^tbe house all the time so that they* may^be ready for a Hrc at any hour. It i* also^their intention to make t...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER *7, 1889. AN BVB PON HIGH ART. W-ll CllOllgll. Wolllcll without- w-i-thout - (^t eoiirHc.^^You know whatI Otrltm Mm Km Marret Kaiidfilea conaitlera himself con-^riSnMl of a critic. Marvel lives under^the paternal roof which looks out on^South Clark street boulevard. Up under^the saves where the swallows twitter he^has fitted himself up a studio in which he^has a lay figure from which he paints the^nude ^from life.^ The lay figure answers^every purpose of a model, thinks Marvel,^and is not so expensive. Besides, no^scandal can result from its heing then- in^undress, as there might if he secured the^services of a plump and pretty female who^would pose for him in nature's simple hut^beautiful apparel. And tlicre is no dan^^ger that the lay figure will fall in love^with him, as a model might, for Marvel^Sandflies is nothing if not fetching. Theother night young Suiidtlicn deter^^mined to take Miss Mehitahle Sandflies to^see the pictures at...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27. i**- 1 4 STUFFSAND STYLES. Accordionpleated skirts are still in hi*n^SjMk Stripesand plaids are certainly a marked^feature of the new woolen, and silk and^^ehret fabrics. Loversof gay .bright dresses hare plenty^of novelties of a striking kind wherewith^to gratify their tastes this season. Astylish Hungarian cloak, reaching^from neck to skirt-hem, is made of black^bengaline and lined with black and white^checked silk. Varypretty are*, the new afternoon^dresses of grayish green, terra cotta and^peach-colored India cashmere, bordered^with gold and silver galloons. Largehats with low crowns and pro^^jecting brims, snort at the back, and very^similar to those won. during the summer,^are imported in felt and in velvet. Youthfullooking directoiae gowns show^the waists cut off short at the back, and^equal in length from hip to hip, and not^pointed behind as usual. Avery lovely tint of English rose ap^^pear among the new evening colors. It...

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. — 27 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER a7, 1889. V TOOLETELLS THE STORY HoiHirrboi Opposed tie Admission of^Into the Union. arttits Republican N^n^U Itrmt to^KutrmllM mt Mr. Tool* ami^Majvr Msslnnl* at^Wwhlnftun. Thehtrv^-^t and most enthu^ia*tic polit^^ical (rutin-ring ^^v^t hold in Helena wna^that ^^f Wednesday night, tlio occasion^Ix-iiiK the irraiitl democratic reception ten^^dered to Messrs. Maginnis and T^m^le.^The opera hounc wuh puckiil full ami^hundreds were nimble to (ruin adniiHaion.^Deafening* nppluiiHc greeted the Hon. Jo^^seph K. Toole, when introduced by chair^^man Cullen. In tin- conrae of hia reinurka^Air. Toolo Maid: In1884 the |m^ople of thia territory, who^were unwilling longer to wait for action^on tlie |Nurt of congi-cxs, assembled them-^selves ill constitutional convention in oIh-^diencc only to a legislative act of thia tcr-^ritory and formulated the fundamental^law of the state of Montana, and it waa^auhiuittod for their approval or rejection^and 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. — 28 September 1889

BBCIN VeUR SUBSCRIPTION^WITH THB F1BST MONTH. CET XDKBBTISINC RXTtt^KT THB BUSINOSS BFrMCB TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. MCDONXLD SCROKONBKNTIST.^omen ovkh J^m*. rmw on..^Vim Street,- AnamMMla, Montana. F.La ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Residenceon Humml^Office od First Ht. strict,St.'.l.'iin Building.^, in Ht. Jean Buildi-uK. Hour*:0 to 12 A. M., '^ to 6 and 7 to ^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, rOUrR M AlMSTH A1 K, .1CKT1CK OK THE^FEACK, NOTARY PUBLIC, CON-^VKYAM'HK, Mi*'. FirstStreet, Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOKRKKN. ATTOKSKYAT LAW. 1iahkktA JACKKV'N RTORK,^Montana. MAIMht., ovkh Anaconda T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Uw. Practice*In all of the State and Vuited rUatca^court*. Collection* promptly made. Surclal at^^tention given to Mining Properties and NiMH tentiougiven to Mining Frou Ijw Real Kstate, I^kuih and Insurance. 1 rop-^erty Rented and Rents Collected. Ofttrc i-ihuhs^3 and 4 Mat tic Block, corn...

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. — 28 September 1889

THHANACONDA STANDARD; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 38, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY ormail at ten dollars ^^^tuUaj^ a quarter or una^ith THI8THNDHRD tattywwmpaixT wtthStrkftraph ^li^^la Itavr l**X*x county. It prints^UWa|^rdr news than any other^in Montana. wmarne*and business l^^tter* should be^addressed to THESTANDARD,^of Main and Third streets, Aiuu-nnala. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. KorOotiviniHT.^JfMMCIH K. Tim U.K.^l/eats and ^ lark fount v. KorIJrtitenant-t.iivenior, John11. roNAiin, lusterCounty. Vorrorurress,^MARTIN MAUINNIS.^I^ea-is ami Clark County. ForChief Justice,^BTKrHKN A. imWOLK.^Silver Itow CiHintT. ForAsswiati- .lustleea,^KKANK K. AHMSTWIMt,^t;ullalln County,^W. M. Hit KI'OKK, MissoulaCounty.^Kor Attorney general.^W. V. PKMBKKTOS.^Htlver How County. to*lerk of Munretne Court,^(SKOKliK F. IIH'K,^Madison County. KorSecretary of State.^JttHKI'll A. HKOWNK,^Beaverhead futility.^Kor State Treasurer,^JK.UItY COLLINS.^Cascade Co...

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 38, 1889. ERSOt Athirteen-pound colored bang lately^born in Rome, tia.. baa been named Ben^^jamin Harrison Hugfini. A relative of^^be Huggins family informed tbe preai-^dent of tbeae facta and reerired a letter^expressing tbe president's beat wiabea for^tbe welfare of his namesake. KarlFalkenatein is tbe name of tbe in^^ventor of smokeless powder. Three years^ago he waa an unknown cbcmiat in Vi^^enna. He offered bis invention to tbe^Austrian war office, but no investigation^of his device waa made. Discouraged by^this refusal be went to Berlin and bad an^interview with tbe emperor and Count^Waldersee. His invention waa thoroughly^tested by experts, and smokeless powder^waa pronounced a success. He sold his^rights to the German government for a^large sum, and is now living in luxury. WilliamWaldorf Astor, who is the lieir^presumptive to about $JUO,0U),^*)O, in a^model man for a millionaire's son. Al^^though moderately fond of horses an...

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER St, 1889. Arrivaland Departure of Mails. MAliJ*liKI'AKT ItAll.V r^^R^' lindicr. Helena and lsiints Nurtli andWrit of Helen*^.^^ A. M ButteCity. Mont^^^^^ A. M Butte. Helena. l^eer U*J|l^-. Stuart andMiniu s-ia3.10 I*. M Butte,Helena, all Kasteru. Southern andWestern States^^^^ ^ ^ JJ Carroll*^^^^ ^ ^ *^' II.UOA. M. Momla^. Wnl Ojaaiami iSfiexi ncsdayami Friday. M\ll.s akiiivk 1ia1i.V Kairtand Itutte Helenaami Iteer 1^.Ik^ ButteCity. Mont Allpoints North and Fast Carroll. ..... ... Caldeamll*\n-me^i. 4.iu t'. M. liusi^day, Saturday. Allmail* close :^^ minutes la-fore 1I1 GIVINGGOOD REASONS TwoSpeeches Foil of Sound Logic and^Unanswerable Conclusions. lnomw H. O'Hrlm Aft-^m a Miwninrrnl Audience of^IVniornli at Kram Opera^Hmw IjuI Night. W.A. Clark an^rim* a KltoM lit-jo a. m. II.:c.a. m. ....us p. m. H.-.IT.V. m. *.:^^ a. m. t\*, Tluirs- parture RALLYIN FORGE EveryDemocrat in This City^Urged to Tarn Ont^To-Night. ALLHANDS OH DECK Tool...

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 38, 1889. 5 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE SlitsBroight tor the Reeowr- of Ytli-^able lining Property and Real Estate. wAD^^irttir^ Wkm Visit Crgatsil^Talk Anions Hutu- Working^rn Olker Nim Mui Sol^^of lulrrnt. Markwill^It will hen pav-lalrorrt-^t^^^a^l^-n^-*- of the stamlaril. BlTre,Sept. 27.^Complaint* have heen^filed and ^uiumonii and writs of attach^^ment isaued in two very int|mrtant suits,^via: Ruth F. Lemrut vs. Rrxleriek D. 1^-|T-^Kul and John A. Lemrat. Tin- ua-tioii is for^deht. Rtith F. L^wt Im a n*sicletit of St.^Louis, Mo., and hus never heen in Mon^^tana. She is the widow of the Lite Alex^^ander J. hemrut, who died Fehrunry H^^lHHb. Alexander wan u hrother of Kod-^eriek D. and John A. Ix-gtfat, of thiM eity,^who are deeply concerned in the iiiiuuiK^and real estate interests of Butte. The^complaint alleges after Alexander's ^la*atli^on December 15, 1K^47, his willow em^^ployed her hrother-in-hiw Rotleriek 1^.^LeRBat as her attorney...

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER aS, 1889. THEELIXIR Or LIFE. 1Um^ WashlngtiMi float.^The old man awoko at H o'clock in the^morning-. He waa sleeping on a poor bed^in the lean-to of tbt^ farm bouw. He felt^rickety. He crawled out of bed and sot^into bis abahtiy clothes with difficulty. He^waa a little nervous. He knew tliat he had^to feed the pic* a* a certain hour, but lie^acc-oniplislM-d it in time and all waa riirht.^He leaned up aguinst the side of tho lioiiMe^and looked out acroa* tlie niiwlnw, then^glanced down at the path to tin- Isti-u at^hia feet and Mettled hack apprelieiiHire. TheNtory of the old nun may 1m- told in^a paragraph. He waa 7I^ years old. At SO^he liuil married a wife of :*^, a woman^who w^m now Ml. He liad a m^ii who a-as^now 47. At til) the old man waa vigorous^and waa managing hi* farm, a valuable^one, but at that time had turned over the^eatate in a merely verbid way to Iiim wife^and hia son, saying that he vuh growing^old and that they sh...

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 38, 1889. ODDSAND ENDS. 1 fMUcmak* ta monopolising Um kitchenof John Cartjr's booM, new Col-^annua, N.J. Ha to under the Boor, and^intiHn^ to lee,re. W.H. Croat of Harm, 111., Issues, thto:^^I'll challenge any man in the world to^alenp with me 112 houra for caah. I can^^teen more houra in 142 than any man in^the world. FerryHanahaw of Portland, Ore., baa^^one into the buaineea of raising Hon-^goiian pheasants. He haa a acore or two^that were hatched by an old Mack ben.^They are all doing finely. H.N. Harding of Calhoun, Ga., reporta^that 11 rattleanakea were killed in one log^near hia home in the Twenty-fourth dis^^trict one day laat week. There waa one^large and 10 lirUe onea in the lot. JusticeMiller of Iowa and Justice Field^of California, are two men now on the^supreme heiicb who owe their places to^President Lincoln. The other two whom^he appointed, David Davis and Noah H.^Nwayne, are dead. Justice Miller is nearly^75 years old....

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. — 28 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 38, 1889. BONOSANOSTOCKS IDa-was la Market V^l^^-^ on th^^Mow York Kirkufr.^Nev York. Sept. S7. Tin- stock market^warn more active to-day ami displayed^mar cliai-mcter than in many months and^dealing* were attended by much cxcite-^iwnL The bullish movement of fori inn^(old iNiyinir ^^Hi favorable return* of rant-^inca were influential in ^*^tuhli^hinfr a^hichor nnar of values at the opening and^the niarkt-t displayed a dc-citlcd Iwonilcii-^inm tendency. After 12 o'clock, Iiowptpt.^then- wen* iurly rumor* iw*t afloat in regard^to Atchison uihI it wu^ stated that the^financial plan for tbe rcliubitution of the^company would prove a failure, nc^-c**S-^tatiug a reeeiverMlti|^. The default on t ^e-^tobcr of interettt wax also promised, while^the reorguiiiBinir scheme wa* to ineliHle it^S1U uHHewiineijt. There wuh u flood of the^^lark anil it hull declined something over^4 per cent. Denial* of storie* Meimil to^kelp tin* Mtoek Itut little,...

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. — 29 September 1889

^GIN V^l IITHTHI FIRST MONTH. QBT XDyeWTISINC KXTM met. VOL.I.^NO. aa. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS, BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. KcDGNHLD 8UKOKONUENTIHT.^orritu ovkk jom. htim co.,^riMttmt, P.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D.. CM. cneeon Hrand street, St.Mean Building.^Ofllre oo First (St., In St. Jean Kuiltllug. to 12 A. M., 2 to 6 and T to t P.M. iHours: T.D. FITZGERALD, POL.ICBM At! ISTKA1 K, JITHTICK OF THE^^ rKAUK. SoTAKY Pl'BUC, CON-^VKVAM'EK, aic. VirstStreet, Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOKRTCKN. ATTORNEYAT LAW. maimst., ovkk babbit * jackkv's moot, Anaconda Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIn all of the State and United States^courts. Collections promjutly made. Speelal at^^tention given to Milling Propertlen aud Minluic^Uw. Heal KKtate, Umum and Insurance. 1 r.ip^city Krnlnt uiil Reuts Collected, office rotatis^^ and 4 Mattie HkM-k, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont. P.P. CHRISM AN. D. D. S. Office.Pint Htreet Bet...

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. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER Sft ittft THEANACONDA STANDARD PWSOtHEO EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. trycarrier or null at ten dollar* a^three dotlaa ^ a quarter or one^dollar a atooth TH1 NDKRD fedally Bewapaper wltlOol.-frrMph itla-^^i la l**rr Ixxticr county. It MMi^UlUfTaphtc news than any other^Brwapaprr la Montana. andIwialnraa IctW-ia abouM bp^^I to THESTANDARD,^at Main and Third atrrrta. Anaconda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Forliovcrnor,^JOMCPH k. Timii.K.^licwtk aial t'lark t'ouutv.^Vat IJetitcnaitt-tiovi-rnor.^JOHN II. i ^^N AIM^,^Custer County. forfonirrraii,^MAKTIN M At i INN It*.^U-wU and t'lark County. KorChief Justice,^STKI'HKN A. DstWOCr,^Silver Hi^w Countv. KorAftiiociati- Justices,^KKANK K. AKMSTItOXtt.^i;allatiii County,^W. M. HICKKOKl),^Missoula County. ForAttorney lleneral,^W. Y. PKMHKKTON,^Mlver How County.^Far Clerk of Sunremc Court,^IIKOKtiK F. CtH'K,^Madlaon County.^For Secretary of State.^JOSKril A. BKOWNK.^Hcaverlieail Cts...

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. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER SO, 1889. AUTUMNQUIPS. bUU mad stop your Mcetincaad Usten now,my no,^This story of apod Joshua is only just beam^^^float like It,^ crossly said the l^oy, kept I his mill, '('Minehr's the snail who Ami invented ^^^Ins -TernsSifting*. I'mall worn out,^ remarked the pants.^^ 1 've been so roughly treated,^ie would i Iwish sossi' one i^And ask me to lie seated/- -f'Malrr and Fuml*hrr. Mm ItetoW,oh, lover, when the days^Are hot, when Hows I lie perspiration; Whenparting in the solar rays^Men svh for summer's termination. Wishnot the frtiriil winter nigh Thattingles earn ami reddens noses, Forice cream ilocs not come so liigh^As sleigh rides, balls and hot-house raises. IkmtitH C^mritr. * JamsMails.^Mary had a little clam, HTastenol on Iter toe;^Ami though she raided a clamor too Itwouldn't let her go. Itclambered with her up the slope Vnaiixwcriogto Iter screech^Wherein she lost the mildness of tiercius* to-Mary speech. Ittook this ^hase^ a...

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. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 39, 1889. SEPTEMBER Arrivaland Departure of Mail*. MiA.^s.iai A. M.M. .1.10T. M. .111r^4.mi r m\ll. ^^^'.^'\ht nvn.v row^Bwr Ixslite, Helena ami point* North amiWest .^f Helena ButteCity. Mont^^^ _ Butte. Helena. Is-cr Wslitc. Htuart andMiiiih ^ -^ia^Butte, Helena, all Ka*tern. Southern amiWcstrrii state* BSCSami l^reiiee*. Il.^^ A. M. Monday. Weil neatls)anil Friday. maii h mil a*tlT (Ml^East and Unite.-j- *j- II.i. na an. 1 l^. - l I/nIhcll.-^ A. M Hnltet ^it\. M.ml ^^^'^*! All|*^hiU North ami Ka*t Carroll. *' Cableami l*^ reiiee*. 4.^^^ I'. M. I iu-*..la\^, day.Sjilunlay. AllniaiN close ;m minute* In-fore de|iartiire. M.V. M.^A. M.^liui..- THEWEATHER. Thetlaily rwortl of tlx' thermometer in^this oily ^m n-|s^rtc^l l^y A. T. IMaytcr,^dnuraiM. KirKt *tni-t. Tin- n-ctml foryes-^tcnlay was: 7 u. m., 41 iwirrees; 1-' in., ~'~^ditrrees; 4 |^. in., 7ti tlcirrccs; H p. in., 47 Aejajajaa, Svhsm'/ifiVnutIn Ihr Slitnilanl trill l^r rr.^arirrd ...

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