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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 May 1890

r Printedseven days in the week. The cheapest and best^Paper published in Montana. J Jl 1\. Theonly Newspaper in West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ' zr TWELVEPAGES. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. WHYTHE GREAT RUSH -TO- Missoula Rccau.seit is one of THELEADING CITIES + MONTANA^+ 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. Missottlahas 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 the investor a hand^^some proat. uOiOmOMOF MISSOULA PROPERTY: Climateperfect.^View magnificent.^Soil Fertile.^Water excellent.^Title Perfect.^Prices Low.^Terms Kasy. Wewill sell you a house and^lot for Sr.ooo, $,ooCASH BaUuiCCS30 a month. ANINTERESTING TIME Proceedingsin the House Yesterday^were Yery Tnmnltaoas. AHeated Debate Crows ...

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. — 18 May 1890

tlmm THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. Th OMtW Piper o^ Deer Lodge County Deliveredhy carrier or mall Ml Ifii dollars a^yew, thrw (lullsrs a i|U^rter or on*^dollar a nuwlh. THBSTBNDRRD Istbe only daily ncws|i^iM-r with tele^nph dis^^patches In lieer lAxlttr rounty. It prlnti^mote teUw^|^lili' M than any other^new^|ia|H-r In Montana. Correspondencean^l lninlnest letters should be .i.l.lli am i! tO THESTANDARD. ronierof Main and Third stri-cU, Amusmda,^Montana. Sl'xday.may 1*. SOMELfcFT ON IT^Tlie little railroad urobilin i'^ tMi^city if indeed, it has arrived to the^difjnity of a pnkkH MMMMl Ik* said^to have reached a i^^int where it lie ..iocs iiiterentiiiK. Knoiigh of it is re^vealed to show that a number of gentle^inen.several of whom haveall the capital^required, propose to build a road from^tliia city to some point not yet defined^up Warm Spring Creek canyon. He-^carding the proposed road, the Stand-^miii halt expressed the opinion that^there is an inviting l...

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. Topicsof General Interest in the Four^He* States and Elsewhere. MONTANA. Tlu-fa^t train which the Northern Pa^^cific intended to put on this month lias^been |^o*tpoiietl until the middle of June. Bo*man's first building, erecte^l in^18B4, will be removed from the kite of the^new hotel and carefully preserved as a^relic. TheLivingston fW says at the congre^^gational conference it was decided to ap^^point a committee of ten to take the^necessary steps looking towards the en^^dowment of a Congregational college in^Montana. The committee wus instructed^to receive bids from the different towns^for the college and also to decide upon a^location. Hutte. (ircat Fulls and Living^^ston are already in the race for the col^^lege, anil of course it is needless to say^that Helena thinks she is entitled to it.^Rev. Kowler was dclcguted by the confer^^ence to solicit subscriptions in Livingston^and it is bclicve^i he will be succe...

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 18. iSgo. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THAIM*AHH1VK. :MA. M.-|from BiiU^- -1/cavri RuUrat 8:00^A. M.. Wlvrr Bow* 19 A. M.,Stu^rt ^:^ A. M.^II iM A. M.-Kmni Hull.' and Harrison^Imtm Butte at 10:80 A. M.. HI'vit Bow 11 At^A. M., Muart 11 :K. A. M. Connii-ts al Ktu^rl^with train which traviniiarriKin at 10:30 A. M .^Dser l/adgr 10:44 A. M. . . :0^ T. ft.-From Biitlr l-t-avr* Butt*^ n^p^r. M., Nlver Bow 5:15 I*. M., Stuart 5:40 F. M. IiNP. ^t. -From Harrison U^vn (iRrrtwin^6:^ T. M., IWr Unlp- 6.47 1^. M ; Stuart 7:40^P. M thin^ imrAKT.^^:^0 A. M.-For (liuTlixin Stuart ^:40A. M.,^IVrer l/xl^e V 33 A. M., liarrlstM al 10 00^A M iM A. M.-Kor Butt* Muart at J X A.M.,^mm Bow 10Mi A. M., arrtvltit! at Butte, 1015^A M job P. M.^Foe lluttr anil Harrison Arrives^at Stuart SI*. IM l**\gr 4^K, Harrison 4:30,^Mirer Bow .14.-. T. M . Butt* 4*0 P. M. Til5P. M. Kor Butte Stuart al 7::15 r. M ,^Silver Bow MO P.M., an lvlun III Butte, HMU^g M. Arrivaland Departure of Malls...

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD is in Clark'^^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number it 358. Advertisementswill be received at the llutte^office of the Htastdahd till 8 o'eks'k^P. II. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning'^ paper. TheBtawdabd li delivered to Butte lubicrlb-^ert early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. montanaunion. Arrive.l-cavr. UnionPacific Express.... l K^ p.m^PocatfUo AcconuiKMlatiou^Northern Pacific Through Kxpreni N.P.Helena ^ Missoula ft, PhlllpsburgArm'darn. AnacondaKxprrss AnacondaKx press AnacondaExpress 7:S0 p.m.^1 :U0 p.m. 2:40p.m. 11m p.m.^8:30 p.m. 12:10p.m. I 8:00 A.m.^^ in i.-. a.m. * siOtia.m.^t 4:00 p.m. ^10:80 a.m.^it ft AO p.m. Connectat smart with local Anaconda train.^^ KxpreM. TOPICS0F_THE TOWN GossipHeard in Butte Abort Many^Hatters. aMan Who Worked with Artemas^Ward Evidences of Butte's En^^terprise The Fourth of^July Celebration. montanacentral Anive. St....

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY x8, 189a 1rv Tke SWim. ONE iHINti AND ANOTHHR WHICH THL SOCIAL^I.IKES TO TALK ABOUT. WORLD Itvan known wii'ks ago Unit, in tin-^Kant, a murriaRi- h '^'^^, to '^*' c^'U'l^rut^'(l^with M. J. Council ^^f Hutte us ^^nc ^^f tin-^high r.mtrartiiig l^artieii. Mr- ^'^^nn^'ll^wa^ ;^ nifinlHT ^^f tin- old Ciont c-lnli and,^in hainNonn' ri-cognilioii of the coming^nuptial*, ^ complimentary dlnnef ^^^^tciula-rcil to tin- m-ntlrinuii Inst evening^l.yCol. S. A. Kata's ami W. I- Ha age of^this city. Tin- affuir took place lit the^Montana ami was Ix-yond eomimrixon,^the hiimUoinect iliuner ever given in Ann-^eoiula. Tin- ualii|iict wan wcrviil^promptly at 7 o'cloc k. I iagrant Howcw^gruciil the talile anil every ilclicucy that^the in.^M exacting palate coiihl ilemaml^hail its pla^-e in the tempting menu.^TIiofc iirexent were M. J. Council. \V. I..^Hogc. S. \. KfteK. M. H. Hrownlec. J. H.^I^yann, MureiiH Daly. Silven Hiighen,^S. Tu'.tle, John H. Toole. J. H....

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. — 18 May 1890

STAJiD/lRD. t0 nas 310 JHH i o Officii]Organ of Deer Lodge Coontj. TH8BEST oIRDYERTlSlftG MEDIUMS laMontana. StandardPublishing Co., AJSA.COJ.D1..MONT. T. PROFESSIONALCARDS. FITZGERALD 1). POLICBMAGISTRATE, .HKTICE OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PCBL1C. CON^VKYANCKK, ETC. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mont. F. Office, RCHRISMAN, D. D. S. Fir*Street Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana.^EXTKACTKD WITHOUT PAIN^by a new process. All claaaet of DentalI Work^executed in first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. TEETH H W.STEPHENS. PHYSICIANAND SUKtiEON,^ANACONDA-^' _ MONTANA omceIn Barrett ft Jacky block. Resldenceou.^Second street weit, opposite Montana^Calla promptly attended to.^Louis Medical College. Hotel.Graduate of St J-vjR.F. L. ST. JEAN, M. I). C. M., PHYSICIAN TO ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL. OfficeIn MM Block. OfficeHourf: 9:^to 10 30 a. m., 1 00 to 3:00 p. m.,^7 OOto 9:00 p.m. JR.N. 8. 8NYDER, OverPlayter'f Drug Store,^VISITING BL'KGEON to ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL -1 AND r MONTANAUNION RAILROAD....

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1890. Sportmg. INTERESTINGNOTBI OONCBRNtNG BASfc ball PtAYBRS,^THli TURF and THK cindhr PATH. THE NATIONAL GAME.^In Ihe Natli.lial iMffM Piiii.M^r.r.rm May IT. The^kagui 1 lub defeated ^ mi iniiati this after^^noon l^y fortunate l^uii^-tiiim of Mtt I^ ^^'^^Iuntil inning. Attendance^Itiilatk-lfhiH.. ^^ - ^ ^^ ^' ^ ;^rm.mrt.il 1 ^ -' Hits.niit;i.lflpliiii i s ^ iri. inuuH Itllls.l.-lllii.i :i. ^ 11111:111 - Oith.t.:-.I h'.t mill n^^IMaV Bkih^m a n, Ma^ 1^^League ckab got even loll SciM^0 I^^^ ( inns,Iiallrl les. V lckcl^^11:111. umpire, M burgr.iiirtii. New York ami Philadelphia liefor fifth, Cleveland seventh anil Huf-^falo last. The NMl is: i1 i [nni i ill groom-to-day ^^ml^clean, r ..II .imiiml * i!i' Kami'. Tin'Pittsburg^with tin' Pride^lefeated item by^^rk. Pine fielding^Attendance I .hii. markoSi-ore: ltr.^klwi^ I ^ 1 ^ ^ 1 1,tl^l^iiii.^'^ ^^^ ^ ^' HIU,Hri^iki\ii^. nttahurt*: errors, HnsiklyB 1l*Kt*buni ^..'liiiH. ri.^^. IIiikIh ^^ s...

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD PAGES a TO 12 ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18. Jer\dall's Brotker. TERRIBLERACE AGAINST TIME ON A LOCOMOTIVE WITH A^LIFE DEPENDING ON THE RESULT. Therevat a snowstorm on the morning^of til* lay fixed for the execution of Jonaa^Tonih. who had l^ecn convicted ot the^murder of the old farmer. Joseph Ken^^dall. The down train on the branch from^X^ to the county wat had come through^without difficulty, and the up train, with^a load of morbidly curious men who had j^taken passage for the purpose of witness- ]^ing the hanging, was at last re- '^ported as having reached the^county seat. So the road was open, and^if the kiiow did not drift into the cuts^then- would lie no need of sending out the^snow plow. JonasToms was looking through the^grating of his cell when the whistle of the^up train reached him, and for a half hour^he waited cx|^ectantly, ho|ie not failing^him. -intil the sheriff came to the cell door^and t-hook hands with him in silence. Shedid not com...

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. — 18 May 1890

10 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUDNAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1890. WomarVsWorld. ASECRET SHE CAN KEEP^A PAIR OF CELEBRITIES WHO^WERE DUMB IN THE PRESENCE OF WOMEN. Theproverb* of most MMttlMMn rich^111 all subject* relating to woincn.although^frequently they are far fnun complimen^^tary, aay* the Amrrimn Xnlr* ^i^^'^ytirn^^. Indeed,it in curious tlial ill ttiin BSBJPM^of literature we should II il l ho much iII-^iiaturcd sarcasm -oft hues an unjust us it^ic untnie. According to a well known^Italian inlaw. ^Whenever a woman will,^she can.^ n saying wliieli lias its equiva^^lent in other countries. Hence, too, we^.ire warned how: Hi.man's | i.h.i w ho thinks l^^ furi-cur skill^To s|.in I he ton.nl i.l 11 woman's w ill;^Tor if she mil. she ^ill. \..n luav .Ii |n ii.I on I,^\11.l If kite wmi'l sin- won't, and there's an eli.l^.1111. Thenotion that woman cannot keep a^-c^ ret is ssabodicd in many a proverh,^anil it i^ alluded to hy ShakcspsaCS, who^inakeii Hiilrinir ~a.\ to lux wife, in ^King^Henry ...

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. — 18 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18. ii Joldof yictors. BRIGHTMEN WHO HAVE GRADUATED FROM THE VARIETY^STAGE^THE DRURY LANE GREENROOM. Thevariety show i* a good school for^comedians, to judge by such graduates as^Knine's Wilson, Henry E. Dixey, I.C.^Goodwin, Edward Harrigan, James Pow^^ers aud many other funny and really^artistic actors, while negro minstrelsy has^Kent to the dramatic stage Neil Burgess,^Charles Reed, Frank Uaniclsand similarly^successful entertainers, says the New York^Sum. Powers talks autobiographically as^follows, and whether altogether verac-^iously is a matter l^etween himself and^his conscience: ^I'm a New Yorker by^birth. At the age of thirteen my father^took me to see a performance by Bryant's^minstrels. I became stage struck then and^there. I thought of nothing else but that^l performance. I couldn't study my lessons^and I was withdrawn from school, and^my father got employment for me to run^cable messages for the Western I'nion^from the Uey street...

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. — 18 May 1890

12 THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY it, 1890. CROOKAND CUSTER IN 76 IStory Tfaat Has All the Freshness of a^Current Event. Th Massacre Described by Flnerty.^Who Went to the Sioux Coun^^try as Correspondent of the^Chicago Times. Thefollowing extracts are taJsM from^f^ Wncrty'i. book on ^Tin- ^ 'oiiqiii'Ht^of the BsMH in l*:^i.^ Mr. Finer!)- wan^will oul Willi tlie i'K|h-dilioii M war cor-^rt^k|k^iuk'!it by a ^'Im ago |^a|m-r: Therehail raged f^r many yeunt a war^between tin' Sioux nation, ooiiukkmhI of^altont a iloien ilifTereiit tribes of the same^rae^ utuler various- designation*, and^nearly all tin* other Indian IrilK-n ^^f the^BailtlSSSl. The Northern Cheyenne*^wen generally eonfeilorateil with the^Sioux :n the lleld.aiul the eomnion enemy^would seem t^ have Ix-eti the (row or Al^- Ktrakenation. The Sioux anil Cheyeh tcigelhir were M than a in.itch fur all^the other lriliee e.unbilled, and even ut^this day the former pMp|a hold tlieir^11111nerie.il mi|k'riority i:nini|^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. — 19 May 1890

r ntedseven days In the week,^he cheapest and ^est^per published in Montana. Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that Koes to Its^Readers every Monday morning VOL.I.^NO. 219. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING. MAY 19, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. YTHE GREAT RUSH -TO- issoula Becauseit is one of ELEADING CITIES f-MONTANA^ + NDTO-DAY reare more buildings being^cted in Missoula, and it has^ater prospects for a remark-^c growth than any other city of MONTANA. lissoulahas doubled its popu-^011 in the past twelve months. will certainly more than^ble it again in the next twelve^nths. Money invested there^will net the investor a hand^ic profit. .DIT10NOF MISSOULA PROPERTY: liinateperfect.^ricw magnificent,^oil Fertile. 'aterexcellent. itlePerfect,^'rice-; Low. ennsEasy. rewill sell you a house and^for $2,000. $300CASH anceS30 ^ month. DESCRIPTION: ,ot50x120, within one-half a^^ from Court House; trees,^den, excellent fences and out^ldings, all completed. House^ew one-story and a half, six^ms, b...

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. — 19 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19. i8ga THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. The0^icW Paper ol Deer Lodge County. Deliveredby currier or msll Ml ten dollars a^year, three dollars ^ quarter or one^dollar a inonlh. THESTRNDRRD 11the only daily newspaprr with telegraph di^-^patrhe* In liorr Lodge county. It prlnti^irxire lcl.-(rr^|.lilc news than any other^ncwk|ia|^'r in Montana. Correspondenceand MM MM Ml he^addressed to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Main and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. MONDAY.MAY 111. !^*^. Weshould like to sec the letter.^Iltitli lull i MmMI Thisrefers to the letter which wan^the subject of M milch MM) litst^week. The lulu Mmiiituiu in MM^about it. The wonder is that it dUln't^appear to ^like to hi*- it.^ when the let^ter was formally placed al its disposal^in its own establishment. Itcosts an enormous sum ot'money^to keep Cermany's army in shape and^the empire feels the Imrden, yet the^total amount called for in the (ierman^budget for army...

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. — 19 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. picsof General Interest in the Fonr^Hei States and Elsewhere. Helenalias organised a society for the^|reventioii of cruelty to animals. Therelias been an alarming number of^|eatliN among the Indiana on the Simroe^enervation the past winter.^The tlispatcli sent out from Cokcdale^(nnouneing the shooting of Detective^Jony Kurtz proves to have been without^oundation. TheNorwegians of Helena celebrated^pic seventy-sixth anniversary of the inde- pndenceof Norway by a meeting and a illSaturday evening. SenatorJ. M. Snow, of Douglas county,^[Vashington, has been arrested, charged^rith the emlieiilemeut of county money,^\nt\ placed under $5,0110 bonus. Fairhaven,Washington, is one of the^|iost ambitious little towns in the world. 'itha population, according to its own^kgurea, of 1 .sun, it p^illeil Monday a vote^\t UN. Twohuman thigh lxnics.wcll preserved,^Jrere ploughed up by the workmen en^^raged in excavating for Mr. Sto...

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. — 19 May 1890

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. MAY 19. 1890. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THA1KIAHH1VE. :OJlA. M From Biilte \**vn nutle ^l^ f^A. U., HUver How n.ih A. M .Stuart C:46 A. M. 11iftO A. M. Knmi Unite Mini 6MMH^Lnm Hull.- .1 lO:Sii A. M.. Hllver How ii 4*^A. M., Stuart ii M. A. M. ^^niini-U ^t Stimrt^with train wlitili le;.v^^i ;ari i-.n at Hi JO A. M.,^Doer lxxtc.'10 44 A. M. _ S:0OV. M. Kii'in Butte l.ea\e^ Bnltf r^^t^^P. M.. Mlvel How S 15 I'. M., Stuart 5:411 P. M. :OOP. M. From ^;arn^on I ^^^^^^^ Harrison^^:^P. M , llnT l-mltf- C.47 P. M^; Stuart;:*!^P. M. trainspkfaht. to A. M. For t;wTl^^ii Stuart ^:40A. M.,^n*rt l/Hige 9:33 A. M . QSrHSSS at 10:00^A M :SO A. M. For Hullo Stuart at 9:38 A.M..^Silver How A. M., arrtwnn al Butte, 10:1ft * M, , ^ 4.00P. M.-For Hullo aiuH.arrlaon Arrive* atStuart 3 15. l^eei l/xtire ^ Km. ^ iitrrlton 4 30, tUIwrH..W .14.S P. M.. Hullo 4 ^^^ P. M.^71I6 P. M. For Hullo smart al 7 P. M., SllvorBow OKI'. P.M., arrl\tt^n In Hutto, n^) gM. Arrivaland Departur...

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. — 19 May 1890

THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD to to Clark'^^Bank Building on tha comer of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number to 258. Advertisementswill be received at the Butte^office of the Standard till 8 o'clock^P. M. (or Insertion In the follow^^ing morning's paper. TheStandard is delivered to Butte subscrib^^ers early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Arrive. ft.Paul Kxpress HelenaAccommodation Leave. 7:30p.m. 8:06 a.m.^11:10 a.m. i at pas. Connectionwith Utah ^ Northern train for^Pocatello and points east and west on Union^Pacific. OSVOsVJMAND AKHIVAI. ok mails. GIDDYYOUNG OFFICERS HowVerdant Fellows Become Disciples^of Haifcshii at $1 Per Head. Amateur Detective* Who Strut^About Attached to a Badge^as Large as a Bar^^rel Head. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. John('apliee is aliseiit on an eastern^trip. JanusDavey, of Helena, is at the St.^NieliolaH. ThomasCotter of Onialia is a late ar^^rival in Butte. SheriffJeffreys of Helena was in the^eity yesterday. J.MoGrath, of Chuinpioii, i...

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. — 19 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1890. ASELF-EXILE. Intin^ t'ral mountain*, which ilivitte^frcM'ii. cliwrless NiU'rin from Ktissia, arc^hs atcil the largi-Ht sheet iron work* on^the globe. They are owned ami eon-^l rolled by tlic Ro^-erniiiciit ami constitute^an entire city, which is fortified again*!^the rest of the world. Knssian sheet iron^u^ Kiipcrior in totuthness anil finish to that^produced l^y any other nation, ami it^^firoccKk of manufacture i^ MkM^fruurdcd by the authorities. No one who^^Mi the service ever again m-cx the oiit-^^iile world. He sacrifice* freedom and^intercourse with hi* family and friends fora few imltry roubles a ith. which willbe delivered to anyone to whom he^choose* to aend them. Not a wonl.thoiigh,^concerning an eni|^loye can !^^ gotten^from any government olllcial. He might^live Ji year* after entering the work* or^be might die the following day and hi*^family would be none the wiser, unless^the non-appearance of the monthly sti^^pend ^ ...

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. — 19 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1890. f STARD. c0 M la I1 OfficialOrgu of Dm. Lodge Countj. th9 1st advertisingmediums InMontana. StandardPublishing Co., ANACONDA,MONT. PROFESSIONALCARDS. rp D. KITZUKKALD POLICEMAGISTRATE. JTSTICF. OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY pvbuc, CON-^VEYANCKK, ETC. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mout. P Y. CHRISMAN. TLD. P. Office,Firit Street Between Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a Dew process. AU classes of Dental Work^executed In first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Platei. J_J W. STEPHENS. PH/8ICIANAND SI ROEON,^ANACONDA - - - ^ MOT*^*^OfBce in Barrett ^ Jacky block. Resldenceoi.^Soeond street we.t, opposite Montana Hotel^Calli promptly attended to. Graduate ot Bt^Louli Medical College. P.L. ST. JEAN, M. D. C. M., PHYSICIAN TO ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL,^omce In Dwyer Block. OfficeHoun 9so to 10:30 a.m., 1K^ to 3:00 p.m.,^7K^to9:00p. in. JK. N. 8. SNYDER, OverPlayter'i Drug Store,^VISITING BURGEON to ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL ^\AND} ...

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. — 19 May 1890

s THEANACONDA STANDARD; MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1890. THEKENTUCKY DERBY.^With ^.^^r.rly mi KsTorl KII^-^ Won i'nmi11m ^ Mi' ^P' * int.-- M.tv I V Ov*r 12JMJ pasMYa i-Ii^'^tt^1 tin- iill-win-^Ut favorite. Kili'V. Inline t wlay. it^ I^' ^'^'^^Ok- Kentucky Ikrliy not only in lirilliunl^style Uil just a^ lie pleuneil. llothlllK lieillK^in at the !lni^li lint tin- winner. IH lt^^*^--^ally MkVMl MMf from lii^ Mi* Whilenot a^ law as laut year tin- at-^letirliinee was alMinl n| ^ to the average^tlcriiy cmwil, the dull house, graiul Maiul,^and U ttinj; ^IkmI Im-mik tax*-*! t^^ their^raimt-ity. vvhile tin- free tielil fairly tllloil^Uuii |^art of tlii' uroinul. It Ml^nearly uii|MMlblc to ae* tin- i-turt of^the raced where tin- Held* were Kent oft*^from tin- |H^^t ilMIMN MM at the i.tanil.^It was a fairly repreneiitativ e race crowil,^turfmen fron* all |^arts.if tbo cunntry Im-^niK in UMMMi M fart, nearly every^slat* .im^I territory of the I'nioii M'lil MM^^^n^ ..f Us MtMHsatoaM tin1 ureal rai...

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