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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 25 May 1890

r Printedseven days In the week. The cheapest' and best^Paper published In Montana. ^ ^ -/ \ - Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning TWELVEPAGES. ANACONDA,MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. INTHE KAISERS REALM CriticalComplications lay Arise B^-^tfMD England and Germany. SADACCIDENT IN IDAHO. Negotiation*Concerning the African^Question Abruptly Suspended by^Lord Salisbury Prince Bis^^marck and the Emperor. Copyright,l^JO, by tin- New York Aw^.-lalei| Press. Ukii.iv. May 24.^The negotiations with^England concerning territory hi Africa^has Imm-ii abruptly suspended by the Brtt-^isli ambassador under orders from Lord^Salisbury, and the ambassador intimates^that they will be resumed only on the^basis of a reeog-nition by Germany of^English rights on the west coast of Lake^Tanganyika and the territories north of^Tanganyika, including Uganda. This^abrupt action, which the foreign office^attributes to public clamor in Engl...

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. — 25 May 1890

2 THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. ~h OfRaW P^P^' o' D^*r Lodge County DrUvnvdby carrier or m^ll at ten dollars a^year, M dollars a i|iiurt^-r or MM^dollar a month. THESTHNDRHD litheodI^ dally iicws|^|ht Willi t.4f|rra|^ti dls-^patches In Invr l/alw1 county. It prints^n-*re telesniplih' MM than any other^newipaper In MouUtna. rorreapondeni-eand business letters should be^.t-1. L1. sv, ,i tn THESTANDARD. comerof Malu ami Third streets, Anaconda,^Molilalia. SUNDAY.MAY -2.',, IKilO. ITNEVER HAPPENED^Til*- Unit* liitn- M'liiiitniii would^tiiid it dilliciilt to produce tin- proofs^in support ol a little story recited yes^^terday in its columns. HeferriiiK to^tbe bitter feeling Unit was aroused by^the ^ ^ctober election and the senatorial^contest, the InU r Mountain adds : Yetiu the midst of all this eveitenieut ami^crimination and recrimination the nras caine^from \Va^lniiftuil one ^lay that Sain Hansel,^\Y. A. ( la...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. Topicsof Gtntrtl Interest in the Four^Hew States ud Elsewhere. Seattle.* to linvc a 11 if new (kid Fel^^low'* hull. Aprominent horse raiser of eastern Fer^^gus county has been losing quite heavily^recently of horses, an J It is believed to he^caused from loco poisoning. Seattlereal estate transfers from Jaiiu-^ury 1. MNt to date foot up l^,648,*!^t.51.^During tlx- week ending Saturday there^were '.W sales aggregating *^57^^40.Ht;. Whiledigging a ditch to drain a marsh^on the Snoqualtuie, near Novelty, says^the Snohomish A-!/', a farmer unearthed^an Indian canoe, four feet under the sur^^face. CaptainSeatc, one of Custer county's^leading horse growers, says the Yellow^^stone ./or^ /ki/, will move his ranch to^Tongue river, about *0 miles distant from^Miles City. Quarter*are in the course of erection^at Fort Keogh for the 1U0 Cheyenne Indi^^ans authoriied to be enlisted at that post^from Cheyenne trities only. Forty ...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 25, i8pft TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TRAIN*ARRIVE. iUA. M.^From Ruttr -Ifvtm Butt* at 1*0^A. M., SUv^r Buw * 19 A. M.,Stuart ^:^ A. M. 11MA. M.-Krom Butt* and Oerrtooo-^I Mil nulli 1 io:flo A. M., HUrrr Bow II OS^A. M., Stuart 11*2. A. M._foon*rti ^t miurt^with train whichlravi'tiiarrlion at 10 ^ A. M.,^Dew Lode* IO:44A.M. i4MP. R.- From E^^-UM Butt* S^)^r. at., WIvrr Bow 5:15 I^. M , Stuart 5:40 P. M. i4MP. M.-Krom tiarrlMO-l/^v^ (larrlion^C:3or. M., Ini-i bodir* C.47 V. M^. Ktuart7:40^F. M. TRAIN*DKFABT. ^ 00 A. M.-For tlarrtaoo-Wuart ^:40 A. M^,^Deer UtAge v.xs A. M., (iarrtmn at 10*0^AM ^*'^ A. M.-For Butt* MUiart at ^:^ A.M.,^Hllvrr Bow 10*0 A. M., arriving at Butt*. 10:18^A. M. 4:00 F. m.-For Butt* and tlarrlion-Arrlvei^at Stuart I 15, IWr U^d|r* 4 *^. (iarrlaou 4 JO,^BUv*r Bow 3.-45 r. M.. Butt* 4*0 V. M. 7:IS P. M.^For Bull,- Stuart at 7:30 P. M.,^Sllv*r Bow 8:05 P.M., arriving In Butt*. H AO^K M. Arrivaland Departure of Mails. MAIL*nrrAKT DAI...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 189a THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of ths STANDARD to to Clark's^Bank Building on ths corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number to 258. advertisementswill be received at the Butte^office of the Standard till ^ o'clock^P. M. for Inwrtloa la the follow-^lag morning'' paper. TheStandard U delivered to Butte lubwrlb-^n ^arty every morning. TOPICSOF THE TOWN SpicyBits of Gossip About luy Utters^of Interest to Bitte. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. UnionPacific Express....^Pocatello Accommodation^Northern Pacific Through Kxpreea N.P.Helena ft Missoula PhUipsburgAcm'uat'n AnacondaExpress AnacondaEx preH AnacondaExpress 1Mp.m. uuup.m.j :30 p.m. 2:W p.m. 12:10p.m.| 8:00 a.m.^tlO:isa.m. ^ n:00a.m. t4:00 p.m. tio.SOa.lll. It 5 :O0 p. m. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train.^^Express. Arrive.Leave. 7:G0 p.m.^1 KM p.m. MONTANACENTRAL Arrive. St.Paul Express HelenaAccommodation l.lVf. 7:30p.m. 8:05 a.m. 11:30a.m. IP pja. Connectionwith Utah ^ Northe...

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. — 25 May 1890

ft THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY as, 1890. IrvThe SWim. ONETHING AND ANOTHER WHICH THE SOCIAL WORM J^I.IKHS TO TALK ABOUT. Tl^^ lailUN Wt* will\Mrt ' n-iiilfi.^lnll ^^^^ next Tliurxluy night un-^utill working lianl ami practicing every^night with t-awlleiit ivhiiUh. The i-iiti-i-^laiiiincnt will lake place at Evans ^^|m-ra^Ikmisc. A ^|^ace fnuii the mU^b^- half way^hack to the mm ^^^ the hull will be n-^serve^l for the drill. The watt, for the^audience will be placed from the middle^of the hall Vo the rear. The gallery and^th^' stagr will al~o lie ihi-mhiI into ser^^vice. The mmm mm tm i^- in mmmrmmm^and some of the costume* will I*' Mir-^prioing uk well a^ pictun-wiue. Much^ingenuity hu^ U'cn displayed in invent^^ing designs to repo'senl tin- difli-n-iit^Drills and some Klartliug ctl'ects may In-^exiic* nil. All X\h- lailh-^ will carry ban^^ners of various colon, and desigiiM. The^following onions will In- exwuteil in the^drill. Mimi. Ml mmt MM ^'i Mil f^^ii fioni. eiHi...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1890. 7 DRAWINGFOR FURLOUGH. Prop* ^^ciiii|i'n^/it nti(.ir ^.mil' Iii draw hit* fur fur- Nirheart* stood shirk still, no' the Fourth OafKiM nhm^k tlkr rurn^When the wind strike* It. 'tloln' to draw lot* furfurluuxli!^^We all knew what thai meant- -three er fn' WSUldJfO Homefura s|^-ll. an' the rest -wall, if f ami bc'nthai ) M-ir,^Vmi caul understand. Tin-sergeant held the hat,^Au' we all stepped out, oue after t'other, an' drew lllauks.:uiost of us; I K^* slep|ied hackto the ranks^With my eyes blurred,^i inlv one furlouirh left. t'orp'ral Tweedy not that-Cut Tweed), a slim, smooth-faecal chap from Aukunfa, Whoouyhter lien home id selnsil. 'stead of^Aghuu', ISnthrave n a Hon, Hamuli his face was tha|^e^l^like a irirTH.^He lookeil at the pa|st-r a :iilnute. au' then^He turned to me an sez: ^Here, Bill, you've not^a wife. I111 tingle. Take It.^ That was all. hut I knew^lie wo/ lonitln to Kee his mother.^Wall, I took it. an' eiiiue liaek tw...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 25. 189a Sportirvg. AUTHENTIC ACCOUNTS AND TIMELY ITEMS OF INTEREST^BRIEFLY TOLD TO STANDARD READERS. THE NATIONAL CAME. Inth* Nallimal l.^-^*iir. Pliii.^KU'iiiA. May 24. Tin PliilauVl-^pliia Ltauiu- dill) ^lefi'iit.Hl Pittidmrw tlii*^afternoon l^y fortmiatf bunching- of liita^in Mm sixth, materially aaalstcil by Gray's^wililn^-^. AtU-inlani'1,2.HMI. S^-orc: Hitsriiil.i.h-l|ililn n. nii-lmru 10. i-rrors,^I'hiliMl. Ii-lna f. PMInlMira .(; I.alt^-rl.^. l.l.a^on^ami s.hn\cr, ^:r^^ ami hVrsrr: iini|^lri\ M^-^i.itiai.1 KrMYork, May 24. Willi Rusk- in the^I..i\ the local 1.. iiirin- flub waa loo much^for Aiisoii'h colt* tonlay. Attcnilancc, MM. Soon-: asjVat*'-' ^ I I ^ ^^ ^' cm,ac-o o o o o ^ ^ I a^ a Hit',arm York :.. Cntrapi 7. riroix ^ Imau^^.-. Ncm \^^rk T: iHilti-rio, HiiMr ami Hm klr).^Itoisjrtiliii .iii.l KIU relay: iini|^irt^.. /-n-liarlHiaial^Tnaii. |HMMay -'4. Tin- Lc-aauc |MN^w^k closely coiiIckIciI. The Itostotis were^unable to but Uu...

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. — 25 May 1890

ANACONDA,MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 35. JUPITEREXILED. Mi-sits amid the dreamland of the wow.^In lonely desolation. far ami near^Lie barren bluff* of moorland, white a* Fear Amicheerless an Despair. No breeze* blow Withsong of binls or gentle river flow.^But the oM deity's de*|*initiiig ear^Heart^ only murmur* of the norland drear. Andmoan* from that far land of lonx ago. i (kid unwhered, forsaken^as thou end^Mads', hurled old Saturn from his throne su^^preme. Monow a new light o'er the world ha* bund.^And neither force nor beauty do we deem Imine, but iiarts of that wlili'h is the first-^Kternal Love, a ^i^d ami not a dream. -ArthurL. MM FAITHAND DUTY,^tiod made me; I will not aisHogixr^The workmanship U his: If firm and fair,^The credit of his strcuirtli I ilo not ahare.^If It be rudely reared, and men despise^Its iiuaint design, and deign to criticise.^I make mi murmur, for I have mi care^I qurstksn not the Bulkier, hen- nor there,^believing still that all Id* way* are wlac.^Th...

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. — 25 May 1890

10 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUDNAY MORNING, MAY a^ 1890. WomaiVsWorld. THEAMERICAN GIRLS APTITUDE FOR THE DETAILS OF^TRAVELING- WEDDING SUPERSTITIONS. InIkt aptitude for th.' detail* of travel- was .lie win. llrst used them. Great Kuro|ieaiinative on hi^ ^^^ n heatli. uast ,,0|lriM, of ,^,^. ti^.y brought tliem to the^^umner, In I-cumingtoii, an American^girl wishing to have her ^luggage^ MBMM^to tlie railway station, and being loeatixl tonear it herself that there was n-d illtaking a cab, went to the station ami^asked to have a |m^rter Ml around for it.^1 They do not have I menage HMM in^England.) Om mentioning thin little in-^1 idem in the presence of an Englishman^and an army olllcer he wnn utterly sur^^prised to learn that mich a thing could bo^done, and suid he jwM never have^thought of doing it, hut would have Imh-ii^^liiite helple^H in Biirh an emergency anil^obliged to take a ^fly^ in order to get hi*^luggage to the station. He had Iiih doubts^as to the success of this hit of A...

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. — 25 May 1890

II THEGREAT PASS1QNPLAY Preparationsof Its Production it Ober-^ammergiB, BaiirlL SomethingAbout This Strange Re^^ligious Festival and tha Peo^^ple Who Take Part In It^-How to See It. '^^rrt*ii|ion^lriitof Xrw York llrralil. Ihare just returned from a tour through^the (Jberainroercau, where all is bustle andpreparation for the decennial cele^^bration of the Passion play, which com^^mences this year on May 2t^. There will^tie a dress rehearsal on May 111, to which^tin- public will In- admitted. The little^highland village has undergone many^changes since my last visit to the Bavar^^ian Mecca in 1MM0, changes which, how^^ever, I am happy to say, while promising^a greater degree of comfort to the spec^^tator* and an increase of the simple per^^fection which etiaraeteriies the represen^^tation, have in no way modernised the^general ap|^earance of the ^happy vale^^or robbed the peculiar Bavarian village^of it- Volksthtimliche and characteristic^attractions. The new railway to Parten-^kirc...

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. — 25 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING. MAY at, itp LONGEVITY'SDECLINE HisIll's Life Gran Shorter ClTilillttM With AnInteresting Argument Deduced^From Biblical Records and^Modern Biological^Results. (hicrnunstrode tin- earth like a Co^^lossus.^ Now he la ^hrtink almoat to an^^nihilation. Venerable legi-nris oome down^to its from primeval world* that he onee^carried the (Ire of life for ages. The days^of Mcthuslah were nine hundred and^sixty-nine years. Why should the welling^up of the deep forces nf physical immor^^tality have erased and man liecome the^mushroom of the hour^ The flames of^that ancient and divine lire seem to huve^du-d out of human clay, for very few men^in these degenerate days |^ossess one-^fourth of the vitality of the patriarchs. No^one at the present day contemplates re^^maining on earth for a thousand years, or^seriously thinks of ixT|^etuating their^species at the good old age to which the^venerable patriarchs did. Sacred history^tells us that Methuslah ^ lived,...

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. — 26 May 1890

r Printedseven days In the week. The cheapest and best^Paper published In Montana. -y 7 ttafottta Jftmftafft. Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ~7 VOL.I.-NO. 236 ANACONDA,MONTANA. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. p D. FITZGERALD POLICEMAGISTRATE, JU8TICB OP THE^PBACK. NOTARY PUBLIC. CON^^VEYANCER, ETC. Firststreet, Anaconda.Moot. THEWEEK IN CONGRESS fbit Will be Done Duty tbe Pres^^ent feet p ^. I'HRISM AN, D. D. 8. Office.First Wreet Betwera Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a new process. All classes of Dental Work^executei In nnt claai manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plate*. Appropriation BUI* to be Consid^^ered In the House The Silver^Question to Come Up^In the Senate. H W.STEPHENS.^PHi'SICIAN AND HI'KG EON, ana* un da^^^MONT aha Officein Barrett a Jack^ block. Resldenceou.^iVecond street went, opposite Montana Hotel.^Calls promptly atteodel to. Graduate of Ut^Louis...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. TheOfficial P^p^r ot Deer Lodge County Deliveredby Hurler or mall ^t t^-n dollars a^Tear, three dollars ^ quarter or one^dollar a biodUi. TUBSTRNDRHD Itthe only dally n^-w^|^a|m-r with telegraph dis^^patches In l^eer l/odjje ronnty. It prints^n x^re telegr*|^lil^- pew* than any other^newspa|x^r In Montana. Correspondenceand tiu^lne^^ letters nhoiild l^e^addn-tsed to THESTANDARD. ofMain and Third streets, Anaeonda,^Montana. MONDAY.MAY 3i, 1^K). 1'ndrTordinary i-iminiHtaiutu this^newspaper would I*.- willing to leave^without special comment the decision^lately rendered by the supreme court of^Montana in the Lloyd-Sullivan case.^All the conditions involved in the con^^tent are known to the public. How^^ever much opinions may vary, the de^^cision of the court is the last resort both^for respondent and appellant and the^^U fti' t'i possession of the olllce of^sheriff in Silver How county stands in^accordance with the exact letter of t...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1890. 1 NORTHWESTNEWS. fopiof GtMfil IiUrat ii tki Pour^Hei States ud Elsewhere. GeorgeT. Allen of ('athlamet la proba^^bly the oldest living white man in Wash^^ington or Oregon. He came to Vancouver^in IKS', which was then a part of Oregon. AnI ndian baby, one of the Crow scout's^children, fell over the bluffs at Fort Cus^^ter, 90 feet in height, Saturday. In its de^^scent and when half way down to the^water its breechclout caught on a root^and held it suspended in mid-air until it^was safely removed. J.H. Penberthy of Taroma. Wash.,^would like to learn something about the^whereabouts of his brother, Richard Pen^^berthy, who was in the vicinity of Boie-^mati in August or September last. His^mother, who resides in Wisconsin, would^also like to hear from him. Thebuildings at Fort Laramie, Wyo.,^having been sold at auction by the gov^^ernment are many of them being torn^down and the lumber hauled away to^ranches and distant points. The pri...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. MAY 36. itpo. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. tkaikiuim :MA. M.-FYooo Butt* - l*avn Butt* at l^0^A. Stiver Bow 11:111 A. M.,Stu^rt ^:^A. M.^IliM A. H.-Kroni Bullr and OaiTlsoo- tYI, ItHtll Sl 10:80 A. M., KllviT BoW 11 ^l AMTltaMt11 12. A. M Unrxwtsat Htuart witatrain which W^vM^larrlt^t^ at 10 MA. M., DSSTtodgC 10:44 A. M.^tiN rVM.rrom Hutu- l/^v^ Butt* ^ S^l r\V,BUrer Bow 5:15 P. M., 8tu^rt ^ ^P. M.^^ ^Mr. M.-Prom Harrison l^vrs Uarriioo jMP.M., IWr Utigr ^^^ f. M\ Htuart7:^i trainsDEPART,^a it* A. M.^For Harrtano-Nuart *:^A. M.,^Datr lodge ^:33 A. M.. Garrison at io oo^AM iM A. M.-Hor Bult^--Btuart at ^:3S A. M..^SUrer Bow lino A. M., arrtviiiK at Hutte, 1U 15^A M j,MF. M. For Butte and (iarriann -Arrives^at Wuart 8 15, Peer IjnAgriM, Harrison 4 30,^Stiver Bow 3:*5 I'. M.. Butte 4 ^1 I'. Bt. il^P. M.-Kor Biitte-Rtuart at 7:36 P. M..^SU^er Bow *^K P.M., arrlvlnK In Bull*. * .^^^M. Arrivaland Departure of Mall*. MAIL*PKl-AKT DAILY POK^Deer Lodge, Helena and p...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 189a THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of tbm STANDARD to to Clark's^^uk MJhg oa tto^ MM * VUim^and Bros* way. Th*^number to a-jt. adv wulbe raolrml at me Butte^. of the Staxda^d till t o'clock^r. M. for Insertion In the follow-^lug morning's paper. TheOtaxdard U delivered to Butte subscrib^^ers early erery morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train,^t Ex press. MONTANACENTRAL. Connectionwith Utah ft Northern train for^Poeatello and polnti rait and west on Union^Pacific. CIXMINDAND ARRIVAL OF MAIM*. Closes. Arrive. Mallfor California and the ^:^0p.m. SouthernHtatee7-30am. l:30a.m. Msilfair Hast via M.C. Ky 2-sop.mJ Mallfor East via M.C. Byi 2 JO p.m.. s :00 p.m.^Mall for West via N. P.Ryl' 9:15 pm. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. T.H. Sharpc of Hcli'iia in a Mc-Dcrmott pmC A.L. Holter of Helena, visited the city^yesterday. H.F. f'otlett of Great Falls is at the^MeDermott. WilliamWoller of Hotiltler, is at the^St. Nicholas. W...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. MAY a6, itQO. WHATTHE ISSUE WAS PointsThat Were Argued ia the Lloyd-^Sullivan Case. TheTwo Leading Features In the^Brief Submitted Before the Su^^preme Court In the Silver^Bow Contest- InMM Sulllviui-I.loyil raw. '* ^ ^ bi-fttrethe aupnmif court, the admirable^hrief for the rt-s|x^ii^lciit wa^ |ire|iaiMtl l^^^John W, (otter Mi M. Kirk|^utriek. The^material uitenlioii* iIim-wmmiI an' those re-^\a\ii\e to the qualification of eertain rcui*^lrre^l voters at |irceineU 'M ami 3^. Itwan eontemlifl by the coiitentalit Lloyd, that a deolanition of intention to^hecoine a eitiien must Im- made either Im-^fon the court or in the elerk'n ofUcci that^^ he pla^e iH of the enwtiee of the actor^eercinony, and if not then' made it i^ mill^and void and confer- no ritilit whatever 11the declarant. The respondent^* argu^^ment showed that, ill Michigan, the exact^question involved was passed upon by the^supreme court, which said: ^We cannot^require the action of the...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, MAY 36, 1890. MININGINFORMATION. TheMissoula Oatette says about a car^load of ore is being shipped daily from the^Curlew mine at Victor. The Bitter Root^Valley railroad is preparing to put in a^^pur from the main line to the mine about^a mile and a half, when the ilaily ship^^ment will be largely increased. Anexchange says that white men are^giving the Chinamen a literal interpreta^^tion of Judge Sweet's decision, up in the^old Warren district, Idaho. They are^jumping John's claims. There is very^little placer ground now worked by China^^men in any of the old eiunps that is worth^jumping. Arich strike was recently made in Hon.^U A. Brown's celebrated mine, the New^Departure, which is located about 12^miles from Dillon, says the Tritium-. The^new vein is about six feet thick and assays^:tUO ounces in silver to the ton. Mr. Brown^is at present shipping about a car load of^mineral per week. Thereported discovery of large i|iian-^titicx of free mill...

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. — 26 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; MONDAY MORNING. MAY 36. 189a INALABAMA. DEVIL'SLAKE In.lisnl^^t-nd sf IU Origin ^(^ AlM.riu- iMlNimlbiil.akrol l^r^tli I^mm ihr Vrw York Kim. lVvilVlake,^ in ( allioun county, Ala.,^TW mile* south of tlii^ city, is out- of tlw^most remarkable natural rurionitlin lo lie^fouiKl in Atueriea. Like many other in^^teresting plaeea in that region, there is on^Indian legend eonneeteil with it. To many^people besides the Indian* it i^ a lake of^horror, uolcwstlinu U |^ersoiiti having Ix-eii^ilrowiMtl in it^ water*. The lake in ovul in^itha|m- .mil ri.vem uhout four acres of^groiiiul. Novegetationofany kind grown on^iIh hank* and nothing lives in it* waters.^Even unakea and terrapin* ahuu the wat^^er* of Devil's lake and llsli plaeeil in it^die in a few hour*. The water in iinpn-g-^iiatiil with lime and haa a |^ ^ uliar taste,^which makes it uii|^alatal^le to either^man ^r beaat. Horse* and eowa will not^drink it no matter how thiraty they may^In-. Hoop down Ih'Iow the s...

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