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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 11 May 1890

Printedseven days in the week.^The cheapest and best^^aper published in Montana. ~j -- naftmft r Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ZT TWELVEPAGES. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY n, i8oo. PRICEFIVE CENTS. WHYTHE GREAT RUSH -TO- Missoula Becauseit is one of THELEADING CITIES or- +-MONTANA+ INTHE KAISER'S REALM TheLabor Bill Regarded as Very De^^ceptive. LittleExpected from this Session^of the Reichstag Bismarck^Thinks the Emperor Will^Have to Recall Him. np)right, I*^.^^,^Pri-at*-. bylilt- New^ Vurk AsstM-ialnl ANDTO-DAY Thereare more buildings being^erected in Missoula, and it has^greater prospects for a remark^^able growth than any other city of MONTANA. ACORNER IN SILVER. \e billih ii deception unless much uiixlifled.^This spirit of opposition promises a sc- Missoulahas doubled its popu^^lation in the past twelve months,^and will certainly more than^double it again in the next twelve^months. Money invested there^now will net...

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. — 11 May 1890

1HE ANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY n, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. flNO'fic al Piper ot Deer Lodge County Deliveredby carrier or mall lit Mi dollars a^year, three dollar* it (MM of^dollar a month. THESTHNDRRD Ifthe only dally new^|*t|^er with leleirraph dls-^patrlies in Ifc-er UKlge county. It print*^lix.re telegraphic news than any other^Drwf|^u|h-r In Montana. Correspondenceand business letters should be^adillrhvd to THESTANDARD. Cornerof M.iln and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. S1MIAY. MAY 11. IH80. Whereare we now ^ ((Dice chairs^and paint |m^tx are Mm tlirimKli the^dir. records are ransacked and charges^MM i^ volleys. We said when this^Thing started that somebody was going^to get hurt, and that's what will hap^pen. The local contestants are tossing^off endearing titles, hut that is only a^delicate way of saying ^You're anoth^^er.^ Last week's two asylum lires il^^lustrates the theory that, in this world,^events move in pairs. And here w...

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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY h, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. Topicsof General Interest in toe Four^Bet States and Elsewhere. MONTANA. Thejail at Doer Lodge is crowded to an^extent that prisoner* are compelled to^sleep in the corridor* and on top of rage*. Thecollection* of the I'nited State* in^^ternal revenue from the district of Mon^^tana amounted to ^.8uu on the last day of^April, the end of the fiscal year. TheFirst National bank at Great Fall*^was entered hy Burglars one night last^week. They stole a ritU', revolver.bufTalo^coat and clothing, but got no money. Arattle snake was killed Thursday in^front of T. ('. Power 4 Bro.'s store hy^John Meridian, one of the clerk*. It^measured three feet six indie* in length^and hail five rattles. Mujor Dunne'* lit^^tle daughter, while passing the store, was^the first to sec it, and heard it rattle. The^reptile was brought in on a load of hay.^^ Fort Brnton /Ves*. Throughthe carelessness ^^f a half-hn-ed^hoy a tin- started in the tim...

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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY Eg. 1890. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TK.ll^ AHUM K 4:03 A. M.-Kr.^m mm l^^^vi*i Mk Hi K:^i^A M 8Uv^r Bow ^ m A. M, Stuart 8:4ft A. M. 11so A. M. .'ruin ButU MM tSiirrliiiii^iMm Hull* ^t i^ .mi A. M.. silver Bow \\^A.M.. Stuart 11 x'. A M. I'.mn.il.at Sl^-^rt^with train wlilchWv.ii.iirrlioii at I0.M A. M.,^:wi I/hIlt Id ^ A. M. 6OO F. M.- FP'lii Hull.' N-av.-i Hutti- r.rOO^P. M . Sliver How fll.% l^. M., Stuart 6 :*^ I . M. OOP. M. From l.arrliori Uwvt-i i.airlw-n^6 M ,I^err I ami*. 6.47 I' M ; Smart T:*i^^^ M THAINKIIFI'AKT H^o A. M.-Kor ilarrlaon -Stuart ^:40 A. M.,^Ixxlicr IM A. SI., l.airlwnal I0:W ASt 9tO A. M. For Until' Stuart at !^:^ A.M.,^silvrr Bow iO:^m A. M . arriving al Hulti-, Hill^V M job P. M. -For llnttf anil Harrlion Arrfvei^^t Stuart litt, DfM MtliM. i.arrU.^i ^l JO, SUvrrBow :( 4^. F. M . HiiH^-4i^il'. Sf. 7-IS 1^. M.-For llmic-Smart al 7:3ft m..^Stiver Bow s u'. I'. St., arvivlliK in Unit.'. ^:^^^^^ St. Arrivaland Departure of Mall...

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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY II, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD to la Clerk's^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number to 258. Advertlaementswill be receivi-d at the Rutta^office of the Standard till s nVlnck^P. M. for Insertion In thr follow^^ing morning's paper. TheStandard li delivered to Butte subacrib-^ert early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Arrive.Leave. VdIodPacific Express PoratrUoArroiiim^Mlstlun^Northern Pacific Through Express .VP/Helena ^ Mlssoulak PhllipsuiirgAciu'diit'n AnacondaExpress| AnaromlaExpress AnitcnndaExpress 1-in p.m.^11 M p.m. 7no p.m.^1 i^j p.m. 8:30p.m. 2:40 p.m. 12:10p.m. I 8M^.m.^^ in i^. 11.111 ^ s-no a.m. t4 on p.m. 'in -t\ A III. t rnuu p.m. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train.^'Express. MONTANAirntkai.. TOPICSOF THE TOWN THEFREIGHT HOUSE FIRE. Connection^Foeatello and^Pacific. withI'tah ^ Northern train for^points rant and west on L'ulon (XOSIMiAND AKIMVAI. OK MAIIJt. OddBit...

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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY u, l8go. IrvJke SWim. ONETHINti AND ANOTHER WHICH THE SOCIAL WORLD^LIKES TO TALK ABOUT. Tin-offlee and lobby of the MooMMi^^ nli the adjoining reading risim. would^p;is^ miMtcr in any country. The s|iaeloua^quarters arc handsomely furnished, the^decorations arc artistic and tin- place ^^brilliantly lighted. The main court iM an^jolly a place- for an assembly room as can^he found. Its hospitable hcarlliM. its laiy-^looking arm chairs and its c^isy corners^are always tempting for those who arc^fonil of an after-dinner chat. Thogciitlc-^men inoilo|h^liie all these pleasant sur^^roundings anil the StaNIiakii wonders^why the ladies do not ipiictly take |h^sscs-^sioli. It is true that the hotel ha* its^spacious parlors and its lialcony over^^looking the court and olllee t nit.^after all. the handsome central^olhee is the pleasalltesl part of^llic Montana anil if. for an after^dinner hour, the ladies would grace the^scene with their presence they w...

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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY n, 1890. 7 STAD^RD. * E 0 Ia 195 01 5^0 MeitlOrgan of Deer Lodge County. TH9BBST ADVERTISINGMEDIUMS IdMontana. StandardPublishing Co., ANACONDA,MONT. PROFESSIONALCARDS. rp D. FITZGERALD POMCKMAOISTRATK. .USTICF. Of THE^PEACE, XOTAKY PI BI.1C. COX-^VF.YANCF.K, ETC. Firl Street, - - Anaconda. Mimt. T. OI.EAKY Attorneyaud Counselor at I.aw. Practices In^all of the State and foiled Statin eourti. Col^^lections promptly made. S|iecial attention Kiven^;o Mining aud l^roliale Ijiw. Office1 ROOMS 3 and 4 MATTIE BLOCK,^Corner of First aod Oak streets.^Anaconda,Montana. F. V.CHRISMAX, I^. I). 8. jIBce,First Street Between Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^By a new process. All classes of Dental Work^executed In first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. d Office h. R.W.C. KSITTI.E. PHYSICIANAND KJMMfe^HHiUINS AVE., (Opp. city drug store),^MISSOULA, MONT. TV*Father of Photograph j. Rev.K. Hehe Newton In May Arena. 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. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY ii, 1890. Sportirvg. SOMEOF THH FINIi HORSLS OWNBO BY S. li. LAMMS 0*^DOM LODGE TRACK TALK^GENERAL GOSH*. KlMH'liil!^^ lln^ HtandMnl. Hki1. l..n^V^.. May U^. ^ ^nc of Hie men^who ll doing a largo sharo towanls push^^ing Montana ^ lit^ ^ the front rank as a wMtaearalrmtaaMa mmm i^ *^ m i-ara- hic.Mm millionaire bMMM of [Ml city.^Mr. Larabic is one ^^( the pinnccr liorw-^utcn ^^f this state, ^ml, like -very branch^of business be Im^- ever ciigagi-d in. bis^string of fast horses have Im-cii made a^of revenue to linn instead^of an cxiM-nsivc luxury- ^^^' ^!'^anient adinin-r of H^^*' horscllcsli^and* fees siiccc.-dcd during tin- past few^yciifT hi collecting untlcr the roof^,.f his coniin.Mlious stables at IH-cr l-oilgc^Ml of Mm ^^eel anil most valuable studs^in tin- country. Hut Mr. l-iralms with all^his fondness for lliu horsesvcr ne^^glects to make Um training anil mM|^of hi- fine st.sk conform with the prac^^tical lni-.in. HnIImmIs which have...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD PACES o TO 12 ANACONDA,MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY H. SPRING. Bclmlil!'.he * ^f spring sre here. Allusturr sinus in Joyful time,^Tin- hinllt'lK warhli- sweet ami clear.^Ami Hi-- small Isiy in Hie m-xt yard, amuses^himself l^y altacliiiiK Ills sister s |^ct dull to^it full-mown, alili' lHMliiil lialliHin.^I ln- tree* lireathe lineiise iMin- ami sweet. Thesk)is blue, the i'lisiils arc white,^TUe leaves arc pressed liy fairies' feet.^Ami the innrliiil feline |^r^ieeeils to rehearse her^HHW seicnailc all thriiiiith tile ilcw^steeped ninlil.^The sii:h nu yonlli writes sonnets to Ills girl. Tlietailor maiil nun' ilrcaniiof Kownsaml hats.^The lilies sweet tlieir banners white unfurl.^Ami ti c hoarse Miiing man with the law anil^tlabbv countenance makes life hideous li^^loudly IhiwIIuk ^Hluul n sprats!^^The liners stroll the shaded lanesaloiiu.^The genial tramp from each MJ drains tin-^Im-ci-. Thegrass now sprmiteth upward green and^strong. Andliv carefully taking note...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 11 May 1890

10 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY n, 1890. Womarv'sWorld. INTERHSTINC.BITS OF GOSSIP FOR AND ABOUT THF. FAIR^SEX VERSATILE KATE FIELD^A QUAINT MARKET. KateField, who is charu. terized by a^prominent journalist as the very hram-^icst woman in the I'nlted States, IBM^easy woman to interview, writes a New^York rorronjM.n.l.-iit ..ftlio Philadelphia^4m.ric.rM. She thn.ws herself back in^her steamer chuir which lias gone nil over^. n ation nn.l a pari of ^ aiia.la with her,^MM |,. r small teM and begins talking^.,- slowlv as if dictating to a ty|^ewritcr,^giving you plenty ..r time to jot some or^N T ..pinions. ^I sympathize with the ill-^tcrv i/wcr. ' she sai.lto ^^-. ^for often ax^a journalistic relaxation I interview someone.^, - This brilliant, au.la. i^^us, aggressive^^..man talks much as she writes, in clear^caustic stvh* Mid with .1 smile on her lips .^, von wh.'n dealing Ibe most cutting^blows. She is ^ eunam mlature of Or^ploroacy ami fearlessness now voi hug |^lier n...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 11 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY R. II Joldby Old Timers. WHY HELEFT TUCSON -LIVELY POLITICS IN DAKOTA^^A COWBOY WHO SAW BILLY THE KID SHOT. AGUY FROM TUCSON. Hr I'layed High and Opvnml Several^l-Hriff Bottle*. Iloin the Scuttle Journal. JimWelsh anil Johnny Josh, the MMaV1^uns, were in a down-town sulonn lust^evening talking over old times. There^was no one el^te present, save the barten^^der, and he wan dozing in a ehair. Theyhad got as far in their travels as^Tueson, Ari^ when a do|M^ llenil who had^just taken a shot dropped in. Hi' tried to^get into the eonversation, hut was ipiietly^sinilitM-d several times. Finally he inter^^rupted them liy saying: Wonderif this man has gut any liipior^lie wants to sell V^ and asked the two men^up to the bar. Thetrio drank, the newcomer being lx-^tween them. When he lifted his glass he^turned his lmek to the liar saying: You|^eop' was just talkin' 'bout Tue^^son. I has more money in that man's^town- Hehappened to think he owed for the...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 11 May 1890

12 THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUDNAY MORNING, MAY U, 1890. INMATESOFJ HAREM Talesof the Qoeer Home Life of Opu^^lent Turks. TheWomen Kept In Close Seclusion^But Not In Indolence Their^Dainty Embroidery and^Passionate Love^Of Music. IV^|^I^- in general, write* a lady from^CoiiKtaiitiiKiiile. have an iilea that Tnrk-^^nIi w omen absolutely ilo nothing *l^at in^either useful or ornamental UHiile from^lh^'i|e^ oration of their own iH-rwitiK, hut^that is not altojrether true, an my reni-^rienee of over a year in thut country^kiucht tile, for they are really ilexieroiiM^with the uceille ami ^lo work which in an^line as that ilone hy the sisters in the eon-^Tents .,1 that of the wives of the feudal^tinlili men of ohleti times. Thefavorite pastime of the Turkish^women is the hath, which hriutfs together^Hie wives and slaves of all the well-to-do^Turks, ami is like a picnic of schixil^children. Thesewives, most of them very young Mime,indeed, not over I- and 14 years^eld take their lunch along, 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. — 12 May 1890

r Im printedseven days In the week.^, The cheapest and best^Paper published in Montana. - v J It Theonly Newspaper in West^^ern Montana that RoesTiTTts^Readers every Monday morning ~) VOL.I.^NO. 212 ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1890. M - PRICEFIVE CENTS. WHYTHE GREAT RUSH -tip- Missoula THATOHIO CYCLONE FartherParticulars from the Devastated District. Becauseit is one of THELEADING CITIES -or- f- MONTANA^-f ANDTO-DAY Thereare mere buildings being^erected in Missoula, and it has^greater prospects for a remark^^able growth than any other city of MONTANA. Missoulahas doubled its popu^^lation in the past twelve months,^and wiil certainly more than^I double it again in the next twelve^months. Money invested there^j now will net the investor a hand^^some profit. CONDITIONOF MISSOULA PROPERTY: Climateperfect.^View magnificent.^Soil Fertile.^Water excellent.^Title Perfect.^Prices Low.^Terrn^ Kasy. Wewill sell you a house and^lot for $2,000, $oo CASH Balance$30 a month. I DESCRI...

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. — 12 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. Th#OH.o^l Paper of Deer Lodge County Deliveredby currier or mall Hi ten dollara ^^year, M dollar, a MM or one^dollar a tniiuth. THI STHNDKRD ! the only dally Sjggtgjgpsj ml,n telecrapli di^-^patches in Ifc'er 1/odce county. It prints^irr.re telerraplih' MM than any other^D.ewk|M|^er 111 Montana. Co ulenceand lnislnenn letter* alnaild Ive^Hitdi vised to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Mam and Tlilnl street*, AiuuiHida, MONDAY,MAY U. lMK). WeImil it list week from the St AMD-^^M^'* evening, contemporary in I tut t^*^Uiat the whole story of democratic (lis^integration in Untie would he out in^two days. The shadows of prophecy^lengthen the two days have liecome^live, and pMpM on the political watch^towers discover no signs of the coming^contest. The Nta \i^ auk has M in^er^est in any mythical rows. It isannoyed,^however, to rellect that an excellent^arrangement for appointing mcnihcrs^Ol the ...

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. — 12 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS kt 1 icsof General Interest in the Fonr^Rei States and Elsewhere. MONTANA. Tracklaying began last week on the^*e^l Bluff branch at Pony and it is thought^he roail will be completed in the next few^lay^. TheMMV Huul Buylr says: Joe l^es-^-liamps, game warden, was in the valley-^last week, looking for law breakers that^(ill game ,mt of season, put saw dust in^Isli streams, and for giant |iowder fiends,^loe will give $.Vt to iiersons giving evi-^lenee that will convict persons of killing^sh with dynamite. Ponyis offering extra inducements just^now for the importation of a ijuuntity of^the opposite sex who would lie willing to^lo housework or work in the dining room.^A good girl can earn WO a mouth, hoard^mil lodging included, and besides she^nil^ a good chance to ^cop off^ a Imelie-^lor^wlw has just sold a mine.^ Pony^tV;jrrs^. L.( . Trent, representing the Fraier A^L'hahr.c rs linn, arrived ill town last Mon^^day, and...

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. — 12 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. MAY 12. 1890. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. thais-akkivr. nOS A. M. From Hutte l^vn Hutte at * ^m^A M Silver IV* ^ U A. M, Stuart H:^ A. M. IliftOA. M. I 1..111 limit- ^^^^ Harrlmn^Leave. Hutte hi WW A. m., silver HowJl*^A.M., small 11 i'.'. A. M. i'milHM-tlH Ktiiart^with train wlileli Iea\e^(iarrliuiu at 10:*J0 A. M.,^Um Ixxlire M 44 A. M. iOO P. ft. From llulle U-avri Unite P.M , Sliver Bow 5:1* I*. M., Stuart b:4D P. M. :OOP.M. Krnm CarrlMin - Uvvm CarrlMin^^^JOP. M., IWl Ualce 11.47 P. M ; Slliart 7:4*1^P. M tkaiNH dki'akt. 11:90A. M.~ Knr (iarrtann SHiart ^:40 A. M..^l^^er UKlu-e 8 S3 A. M . OlrffaM 1 to*^)^A M :S'o A. M. For Unite Smart at 9-M A.M.,^Sliver Bow in im A. M , arriving at lliitle, 10:15^A M JOO P. M. For Hull.' anil tlarrianii Arrive*^at Stnail lilt, Iks! l/^lire4^w. (iarrlaon 4:30,^ftawBow:! 45 P. M.. Untie 4^i I'. M. 1:15I*. M. For llulle si1ihi1 at . X. I. M.,^silver Bow k ^it. P.M., arriving In Butt*,* *u^^. M. Arrivaland Departure 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. — 12 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD it in Clark's^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number is 258. AdTrrtlsementswill he received at the Butte^office at the stankabd till ^ o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning'i paper. TheStandard ii delivered to Butte subscrlb-^en early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Connectat Muart with lis-ul Anaconda train. KxineSK. MONTANAPFNTKAI. HESNARES TENDERFEET AdOld Timer in Butte Who Worts Seek^^ers, Bat Does Mo Other Work. Rounder Whose Stories^Olden Times and Grumblings^Against the Present Keep^Him in Whiskey. of Arrive. St.Paul Kxprew HelenaAccommodation leave. 7:30p.m. 8:05 a.m.^11:10 a.m. !:^) p.m. Connectionwith I'tali ft Northern train for^Vocalcllo and points ^ ast and west ou Union Pacific. (XOSIM1AND AKK1VA1. OF MA11J1. Close*.Arrive. I Halfor California and thel 0:40 p.m. Southernstates7:30a.m. I an a.in. Mallfor Hast via M. C. Ky...

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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY Z2, 1890. MINERSAND MINING. Reportsof Rich Strikes, New Prospects^and General lining Mews. HMMl.owr^-, ^ well-kima^ |^rim|HTtt^r aminii:ier. iliwl at hi* |MM i^ !*^'^^* IsMm,Sunday, after a f^-w ^li^^^^ mhm^with piMMMi TheKctchum. Mah^^, Kryttme mi^^^jtihhI r^ |m^rti^ still rontiiiiif ^^ ^ '^^^^^ WM^^Warm SpriiiBH crtfU. ami |wuii^-a M^^rated ther^ think the total ^Hlt|Mjt c^f ..re^tlit*- m'.imiii will far rareed that of IHK.t. Ap.*^l iM-sinnitiK ^^^ I^^'-^ ^,'^^l*1'^^ilTort to (^^talilishMin ltin^aiiil iron works^in CkMM |M^M| IMH h^^ ^- already miIm r'iiM-.! $i.uw ^m^ h for thm jmpmm, amiliberal ^ul.wri|^^io^i^ an- ollered on^every luind. ^'..rrei.|^^^iiilei has Ihtii mm^i with the Vmjm rariw mummers atOin.iliu 011 tlH-sulijtft. Ih, miner* in the Wolverine, nt Hmi-^11,1. I.laho. have not yet Micctt dt tl1 in^flll.illiU either end of the pay finite. 1 he^vi in run* from three to MM feet, anil^the ore average* alxmt t~^^ |^er ton. I here^i* ...

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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1890. STAJD/IRD. c0 I OfficialOr|u of Deer Lodge County. TH8BEST ad ^ADVERTISING MEDIUMS z 0 InMontana. StandardPublishing Co., ANACONDA,MONT. AVETERAN GAMBLER. Table!^ His T. PROFESSIONALCARDS. D.FITZUKKAI.l. POLICEMAGISTRATE, .H'HTICE OF THE^PEACE, NOTARY PUBLIC, CON-^VEYANCEIt, ETC. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mont. T. OI.EAKY Attorneyand Counselor at Ijtw. Practices In^all of the Male and lulled Slates courts. Col^^lections promptly made. S|tcclal attention gi\eu ,^to Mining ami l*robale Law Omce:ROOMS :i an.1 4 M ATTIE BLOCK,^Corner of First ami Oak streets.^Anaconda,Montana. F. P.CHRISMAX, I^. 1). S. iidle*,Fir* Street Between Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT FAIN^by a new proceaa. All classes of Dental Work^executed In first class manner. Artlflclal^Teeth Without Plates. HaDies at a Koufr at Ml HidYear. TheWorsen Courier states that an extra^^ordinary character haa just passed away^at Monte Carlo. ^Old 1.ml wig.^ ...

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 May 1890

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