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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 18891 S LATENEWS FROM BUTTE DemocratsoT Dwr Lodge County Coi-^fldent of a Rousing Victory. Card*or lh^ CMipalfa mm Bring^Played la Karnnt and tko Krpub-^ll^aa TlcK^t la iWlaa;^Coppcrad. TOWNTOPICS IN BUTTE. KpM-talCorremtontlence of tin- Htanuanl. Butte,Sept. 'Jb. ^ The clotting dajra^of tlie campaign find the democratic^party in thin eity active, eon 11-^tlent and wfcl^^-awuko. The rcpulili-^cuiiM are no leiut active, unci i-xpniw ihcin-^aelvua aa no letta confident; hut it in ol^-^acrvuhle that their confidence is mainly^i xpn sscil in regard to Carter, w hile the^^ lection of Toole is practically collect let I^here. Kepuhlieuiut are straining every^ciiurgy t^^ carry Silver How county, for, ^h^they nay : ^Aw Silver Bow county goes, so^If004 the territory. There in no disguising the fact^that the Democratic ticket hus^been greatly strengthened hy the^udiiiiruhle selection of candidate* for the^county ticket. In every ease tin- nom...

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. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER sp, 1889. TH From jlor the 1-hUade l|^lit^ Time*.^Um- Kiuriu of IM^li^Ui. Atthe rkar off 1811, in the estate of Ne-^naimdorr, tiavrilo Uavrilovitch, a Russian^proprietor. Hia unbounded htatpitality^and frail knew won him many frienfla^^motif Um^ neighboring proprietors.^While many would visit him to partake of^hia hospitality or play a came of curds with^hia wife, Paraakova Pietrova, an aimahle^and prepossing lady off 40, the thfMights^and aspirations of tla- majority were^chiefly centered ii|mmi Ilia 17-year-old^daughter Masha, wIm^. in addition to her^line manners, pretty PMM and statue-like^figure, waa a wealthy lieireaa, ami many a^aleepleaa night did that little circumstance^cause the young men of the town. But^like many other girls of her age and^atation in the Russian provinces. Muslin^had heen hrtMight up on the French novel,^and it goes without saying that alie was^passionately in love. The olijeet of her^affect kmi,w1k^ wan a...

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. — 29 September 1889

THEANACONDA bl'ANUAKU: bUNUAY MUKN1NU, bbflbMbtK 99, LOVE LBVEL8 RANKS. v ofthese remarks about love,^^^aid tit* cap'n, rubbing bia now with the^hack of bis tarry thumb, ^always rounds^ma to under the flaab-lta-ht of Fred Lark in*'^absorbing; and fatal passion. Now,to begin with, no one was talking^about lore or anything else relating; in^any way to the tender passion. For^over an hour the sailors and the^eap'n bad been sitting on the dock^discussing the relative merits of^pure pork fat and asel sag^ for slushing^yard and topmast. And they had Just de^^cided that pure fat well rubbed in on a^freshly scraped spar was far superior to^the best brand of axel grease ever made^when the cap'n squared away with his^love story. But then that was bin way.^Often in the midst of the most interesting^deep-water conversation tile eap'n would^drop a-Htern ami ait in pensive Milenee for^a long time. Then he would suddenly^break in with something utterly foreign^to the general drift, prefacing the s...

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. — 29 September 1889

t THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 99, 1889. TENTHOUSAND HORSES TMGoieriment Tikes t Pride in^Fonr-Footed Stock. Its AHIk* Animal* ai* Kt-qtilrT.1 tm Conform^With Cv-rtnln H^^nlnllon^ A Hon* l^u^Mm Year*, ami la Mold h^ Ami Ion^tm the Hlghfl mutter. Washington.Sept. JB.- Whenever, up-^on the occasion of any public itarntlt-. tin-^cavalry stationed at tln^ jrnrri^oii at Port^Myt-r fornia pari ^^f tin* profession, tin-^lliajrilificciit ap|m-araii^'^' of tilt- hor-ow^cites tlx- universal atlmirutioll of the sitct -^tato.-s. Their size, for lliey art' ulstvc the^ordinary Imil I. siiirjfest-. in itself tlie i.l.-.i^of strength, while the uniformly ^!u*|mhI^Iwat! ami l.irifc prominent eyes tell of the^intelligence of tlit* animal. The horse is^as much of the eav.ilryman's outfit as his^sabre or Ilia carbine, ami he must mills^|m^asesK the strt'llKth to ellllliri- lolltf forced^marches, ami the iiudfi-Mtiindiiur to la- of^the most |MMsilil^^ Is-ut-tlt to liia riiler in^fight...

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. — 30 September 1889

iboinv^uh subscription^'kith thi first month. tonftafft. VOL.I.^NO. 23. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1889. CBT*d*^*tisihc rxtes^w^t the bus)NeSS offic*. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. ncDONKLD BUBUKONDENTIST.^orricR ovu jos. pctkhm co.,^... Anaconda, F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. enceon ftocood street, St. Jean Building.^Office on First Ht.. In ttt. Joan Building.^^ Hour*: ^ to 12 A. M., 3 to ^ and T to ^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, POUCKMAUIMTKA1K. JCHT1CK OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER. *c. PintStreet, Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOKRKKN, ATTORNEYAT LAW.^maiv ar., ovu uauc * jacutI wom, T.O'LEARY, Attorney ud Counselor tt Uw. PracticesIn all of the State and United State*^eourts. Collections prisnptly made. Hpcj-ial at^^tention given to Mining Properties and Mining^Law. Real Estate, l^ans and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Rents Collected. Office rooms^S and 4 Mat tie Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont. F.P. CHRISM AN, D. D. S.^Off...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 30 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3^, iSSQl THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE bycarrier or mdm at tea dollars^year, tan* dolls.^ a quarter or one^, month TH ( lathe only dally newspaper wttr^eles.iaph dla-^i In l^c*r IamIki- county. 11 prints^I telegraphic new* than any other^newspaper In Montana, andbusiness letters should be^addressed to THESTANDARD.^Main and Third streets. Anaconda.^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. ForOnset lias.^JCWBrM K. TOOI.K,^I a ^i^ and Clark Count v.^for IJctitenaiiMiovcrnur,^JOHN II. I DNAKI),^finder County. ForCongress^MAIM^ I N MAISINN1H,^Uewis aud Clark t'ounty. KorChief Justli-e,^HTKI'HKN A. DaWOUT,^Silver How t'ountv.^For Associate Justices.^FKANK K. AHMSTKONO,^nulla! In County,^\V. M. MfKFOKl).^Missoula County. ForAttorney tieneral,^W. V. FKMHF.KTON,^Silver Bow County.^For Clerk of Supreme Court, ukok;k f. coi'k.^MadiMHi County.^For Secretary State.^JOSKTll A. HKOWNK,^Beaverheutl t'ountv.^For State...

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. — 30 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1889. LATENEWS FROHtBUTTE Dementsef Hlw Bow Couty Goi-^Meat el a Rotsli* Yletory. BACKINGTHEIR OPINIONS. pedalto the Standard. Butte,Sept. 2^. ^ The cloning days^^f the campaign find the democratic^party in this city active, confi^^dent and wide-awake. The republi^^cans are no lea* active, and express them-^aslvea aa no lens confident; hut it i^ ob-^aervahle that their confidence is mainly^expressed in regard to Carter, while the^^lection of Toole ia practically conceded^hero. Kepuldicaiia are straining every^a nervy *^ carry Silver Boa- county, for, aa^they aay: ^Aa Silver Bow county goes, ao^goes N^^ territory. There ia no disguising the fact^that the J^eiiiocrutic ticket lias^been greatly strengthened by the^admirable selection of camliilatcs for tin-^county ticket. In ' evi-ry case the iioiiii-^ueea have added an elcineiit of strength^to the ticket aa u whole, making the^whole what ia acknowledged to be the^stroiigcHt political...

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. — 30 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER JO, 1889. SBPTIMBBR. 1 TRAVELER'SGUIDE. TRAINSAMK1VK. 11:SO A. M. Krom tlx- Smith, East and W'^t-^LMvnHuUrm li^:V. A. M . Silver How 10 'o^A. M.. 11 reason's II :IO A. M.. Stuart II 1^ A.M. r. M. Kr.Mii Hutte Iratm Untie al 5JO^I^. M., Silver Bow .v+^ V. M.. tSre^r*ou'* ^:^l I^.^M., Stuart ^^fi I*. M. 7tAo l^. M. Knxn all point* on Northern l'a^rifle railroad, I leer l-iMlgc and Warm Spring*^lawve Harrison at t!:-.i^ P. M . Ileer U*lge 6:47^I^. M . Warm Springs 7:3* IV M . Stuart 7 .is^l\ M thais*pki'ant. A. M. - K^^r Stuart, Warm Soring-*, l^ecr^limine. Harrison and all l.*-al |^^int^ Wtwcen^Missoula and Helena, inclodtiur 1'hlllipsl.uri:^Also for ^Sr.-tTM.Mi. HUver How ami Hutte Train^arrive* at Harrison at lu A. M., al Hutte *:.**^^A. M. SiSaH. M.^For Stuart, Cretpuin. silver Bow^.n.i Hiitt.- Arrive* at Hutte 4:1 A I'. M. t'on-^nect* al Stuart with train for Harrison and all^points Kant ami West on Northern I'aclnc It. K. 3:1.1I*. M...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 1 October 1889

BCINYOUR SUBSCRIPTION^'MI-Hi THB FIRST MONTH. traftmM [STKD1CORTISINC RRTSS^'RT THB BUSINOSS OFRICO. VOL.I.^ NO. S3- ANACONDA,MONTANA TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. S A Ml 4* 0 businesscards.^DR. D. J. ncDONffLD nlKHEON1^KNT1MT.^orricK ovu j^^s. i-ktkhs ^ ^^..^Klrst Htreet,^ AMcumU, Mnutaua. f.l. st. jean, a.b., m.d., cm. Kesldrnreon Heconil Urcft. St. Jean HuiMing. Office(Mi First St., in St. Jean HitildluK-^Offlon HiHin| 9 to 1*J A. M., | to 6 ami 7 to t^ I' M. t.d. fitzgerald, POLICEMAI1ISTR Al K, Jl'HTH'K OK TIIK^PEACF., NOTAItv PUBLIC, CON-^VKYANCKK. ate. Firststreet. Anaconda,Mont. J.R. BOHRMHN, ATTORNEYAT LAW. MAINST., OVBB HAH MKT * JAIKKVI sTOKK, Anaconda ... Montana. TO'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIn all of the State and United states courts. Collections uroiimtly made. Hi**cial at^tention given to Mining Prois-rtic* and Mining^1-aw. Seal Est at e^ Uhius and Insuruuee. I^r^t|t- ertvRented and Rents collected, office rooms^3 and 4 Matt...

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. — 1 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER I, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE Milat ten dollar*^aouaia a qoarler or one^a NDJWD wlth5'l.tcrit|^li ^lls-^rounty. It |Minu^an say other^la Montana, andbusiness letters should be^addressed to THESTANDARD,^of Mala and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. KoriSovernor,^JOMKTH K. TlMU.K.^Lrwta and Clark tisintv.^^^or IJeutenant-^^^^^^^rnor,^JOHN II. t OXAKIl,^t-lister County. KorConitress,^M A It 11 N MAIilSMM.^lA-wit. and Clark County. KorChief Justice,^HTKl'HKN A. HkWOI.K,^Stiver How Count v.^Kor AswM'tatc .liistti-ea.^KHANK K. AHMKTKOXO,^^ ^allatin County,^W. M. ^lt'Kr*OKI^, MissoulaCounty.^For Attorney tteoeral,^W. Y. I'KMHKKTON.^Silver Bow County.^For Clerk of Supreme Court.^UKIlKtlK F. COI'K.^Madlsoo County.^For Secretary of State.^JOSKI-H A. lUHIWNfc,^Heavcrhcaal Countv.^Kor State Treasurer,^J Kit It Y COLLIN*. t'ascatleCounty.^For State Auditor.^THOMAS I). KITZtS ...

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. — 1 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I, 1889. 3 BOLDBLUE BURROW8. iMe Molds l^ a Trmi^ la Mtoto-^^Ippl la Tarillla. Mtyto.^The Mobile and Ohio aoutb-botind mail^and p^pi train was held up at 3:10^this mornius by train robbers at Bucka-^tunna, UIm., a station seventy miles^north of Mobile, says a Mobile.^Ala., dispatch to the Louisville^Covrirr-Journal. The train was due^here at B a. m. Just before the train left^Buckatunna two men moutitlid liehind^the tender and, climbing over, covered^Engineer Jack Torrell and Fireman^Thomas Hust with their revolvers. The^robliera were disguised with red liandaiina^liandkerrhiefs over tlie lower part of their^faces. The leader ordered the engineer^to pull out and stop at the bridge twenty-^lire miles below Buckatunna and place^the train so that the express and^mail car should be on the further^side of the bridge from tlie rest of^the train, the bridge being a tmstlc over a^deep creek. ^You obey instructioiiH or it's^death,^ he said. Tlie...

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. — 1 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUHSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER x, 1889. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. TKAINHAKHIVK. 11iSO A. M. From the SiMilh. Ka*t an.l Went ANINSULT TO THE CITY ABract of Federal Spies Appointed for^Election Day. M..Silver IVlW iii M..small II A.M^W-aveK Hull.' Ill .V: M.,lirrttwin'ii I v IT l/euve*Hutte ;lt I^ V. V^A. M.. lin-irsou^* II in A :*^^ l\ M. Kriilii Unite^I*. M . Silver Him .^.:^^ I*.^M.. Sluarl mm T. M. TiMI. M. Krotii sill imiIih* mi Northern I^citle ntlliiKtil. I leer limine iiikI Warm KlHiliin^U-ave Harrison at ii:.n I^. M.. IV -r l-mlae ^'^^l\ M , Warm Si.riiiK* 7:.m I^. M.. stuarl 7:V.^I*. M. Tit\i^^ MMWi A. HI. For Stuart. Warm S|irin^^. lUir^l^cwlce. ^iarris^Mi anil all local |h.iiiI- Mwii-ii^MisMiula ami Helena, im-liiilim: I^liill 11 ^^^^Alaofur tSrv^wttl. Stiver How nml Itiille 'Irani^arrives ill Harrison at 111 A. M.. 11I Ihille *^A. M. Si*JII'. M. KM Stuart. IIIW, s.lxer l^ow^ami lint 1 ^^ Vriivcs al Hull.- 4:l.^^ I*. M. ^'^^^-^mi-th.il Stuart witli train for i iarri...

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. — 1 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER i, 1889. V OYERTWO MILES LONG ATrenndoBS Demonstration Winds Dp^the Campaign in Bntte. WithTon-Km Wlille^tae Crowds Ckiwr Tool* ud Ma-^glnuU l^jr thr Hour^The^iUpuhllrmu* Dismay**!. AWILD MAN OF THE WOODS. apeclalto tll^' Standard. Buttk,Sept. at).^The closing 11 itfli* ^f^the campaign in Bntte waa marked l^^-one^of tilt* greatest |s^liticul demonstrations^^'V^t MTU in Montana. Tin- MM |^n-^seiitcd on tli^^ Ktrects to-night wum inspir^^ing to the democrats ^^f Silver How. At K^o'clock tin- streets were literally packed^with people anxious to see or |wirtic i|tutc^ill tile great fleinoeriitie parade. The pro-^eessioii was more than two mileH long,^with live men ahreuat in c liw Ille, anil^'J.MR! torches were carried thmugli the I^main streets by eiithusiastie democratic^voter:.. It was a grand exhibition. Main j^street wus a forest of torehes. The pro-^eessioti had to counter niareh in order to I^^ret room to turn an mini within the eity...

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. — 1 October 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER z, 1889. rros Jualge.^The Imnim* vw alarki*neit fair the wtiw, L4MrniMwl the mnsli-V iii.wni .^With arum ontmrt-trhiil ^Im* vaudrml In Andlia-lal Hi. stain* alow-. Her\^ii.t- ^4^^li- thrmiKli the hn-Mtlilatut lno.li InMl* it Iwm, tMilMlneil ;^Heart lir^ki-u latllxM llinll.it anil Mlol ThatlinW'iiint: iiiulliliiili-. exaltation of lirr look.^Hrr |Mire and nul-li- wsi-e.^t'lsmliin il Willi ilra|h-ry. hwiihiI lo innki-^A trlnpW* of lilt* |^iai r. A-nMK tin- urcen-ltsisa* inanlt-u ^^^nl,^Winn' Irciiiiilint: iiiooiili.uht vet-nil. MHctrailtil Iht Ion;: white Mttiu train^And Mow l\ iliKa|i|teuml. Stillfor a moment Iht sim-11 Tin-Sll.ll.m-v iH-KUllltl,^When tliumlor kImmik tin- rmif an^l wiill^. AmihaiMlken-ltii-N went wild. lintas mIic |ni^hoiI into tin- wiiiit* Hitvotea- rauit ^li^ ill ami ^-l^-ar:^^I in. wh.Tf tin- mis In, f ^^ that Kir* Matilda.lirliiK my li-er! TOWKND TH6 COLON6L ATKNNKMMKK MT^^RV. ColonelBuggla-ton Meggs is a -MMiiliur...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 1 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I. 1889. AJERSEY^Mb writinft,one^_ the Philadelphia^startled by a voice^kinm up I saw a tall,^^ ^arin^ a most ililapi-^Many color* and piece*.^Sad and aahy, her eyea^hasel, the peculiar 00111-^an unuaual appear- wantertrade' rlanr-inaThung on close fin datedHer faee^a kind of^foliation allfen aiwe. Gotany ote cki'^ yer^^Ih^ inquired abruptly. So,I think not,^ I answered, a^at ^he haakeU of herriea which I tieranna.. . ,. Bettersit aonier deae here berrios;^^ley'a mighty nice. 1'U take n^oa' ai^y-^thilui for Vim. Gimme aonie ole metl cine^ef you ^ot any. Some of u^ ia purty iiirIi^always nick. Ishuddered to think of the consequences^that might result from my venture In a^L second-liand ilru^ establishment, but be-^I iran to contemplate my stock of old clothes^as she seemed determined to ^trade. It^was an evil hour, indeed, that led me to^begin a aeries of ^tradings^ that grew^with the weeks and strengthem-d with the^mouths until years ev...

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. — 1 October 1889

4 BONDSAND STOCKS Immmmm |W la Markrl V*Im^ tit*^M^w York Kirhuitr. NnrYork, Sept. SB.^The st^^ck market^I vw veiM-rull)' dull; hut few leading^lis mofiopailiaed the inta-rest in trading^while the vonoral list tratlail in n.vensl^mm es.tr^-mely narrow raits**. Favorite^stocks ntatlt- whim- timrked movement*;^but final change* wen- irregular ami for^ntll fraetiona.otil^- except in a few ^aita-a-^laities. Jersey Central roM- H^e., Man^^hattan Sr., Manit..Ui li ^ while AU-liituui^wont down 1H**. Gownillit'iitawere stctMly. Petroleum^opencal nl^'4^ily at ;*V^e. uikI after sonic^narrow fluctuations Inn-aim- tlull anil n-^maine^l m^ until thcrlatae.wlik'h wax Ht^^-^c.^The Mtoi-k exchange a^|iciiitig at .Vv.. Mia-^highest |m^itit, IttwcM o5^,,e, clavting ut^M6Se. l'oiiKo!i(i.it-t.l Exa-haligf Petroleum^Openinit at HR^i-, lowext Tiyu-.. a-laming^at HftV^e. Ttttitl will*. :e^l.U^^ Iwrn-U. Thea-laMiug quotatioliH were:^V. t*. f^ re^:istera^al I'-T V l^. I'ra'faTrcal V.H. 4n l'.ui|n 111 I*,k. ...

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