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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 29 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD ie ia Clark'*^Bank Building an tha corner af Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number ia 258. tdvertlseaenUwill be recetwd at the Butte^office of the Standard till ^ o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing moraing'i paper. TheStandard li delivered to Butte subscrib^^er! early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. montanai'xion. Arrive. Leave. VulonPacific Express....^Poeatcllo Accommodation^Northern Pacific Through Express N.P.Helena ^ Missoula*! PhlllpaburKAcm'dat'n. AnacondaExpress AnacondaExpress AnacondaExpress Connectat Stuart with^^Express. 1*^ p.m.^11:15 p.m. 7:50p.m.^1:00 p.m. K.11 p.m. 2:40 p.m. 12:10p.m.! K00a.m.^tio .na.m. ^ n^)a.m.^t 4:00 p.m. ^10:50a.m.^t RAO p.m. IochIAnaconda train. MONTANAi r.NTRAI- ~T~Arrlve.I LeevsT St.Paul Express HelenaAccommodation 7:30p.m.^11 to.1.m. 8:06a.m.^1:00 p ill. Connectionwith Utah ^ Northern train for^Pocatello and points mst aud west on Union^Pac...

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 May 1890

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 39, 1890. MINESAND PROSPECTS ARei llnii* Company Organized at^Phllipsbnrg. TheProspectors Think They Have^Found the Long Sought For^Iron Mountain Lode The^Metal Market. Maxrial te ClH staixlai ^ I'mi-irsmi;^.. May ^. Yeatcrday a^party ^^f gcntlr-iiim met in this city aa^as^^KiiniK'il what into Ih^knownaatbc Kurcka^(.oi l ami Silver Mining ^*.^ni|iuii^. Tin*^inoonmrnlors an- J. M. Merrill, J. I^.^Thomas, J. V. Mae, Juines I'slti'ii. A. S.^Huffman ami M. I'.. I^^^t'. All of tli^*^al^ ^v^' iiumiil gt-ntli'ini'li, with the excep^^tion of J. M. Merrill, were m*l^*^li*^l a^^(ru^Iee^ to wive for the next three^ill,mills. A.S. Huffman wa^ eh-eted |^reaitlelil^ami H. V. Titus iw^-n-tary. There an-^:(MI,tUU fhareH of aHwMtahle -.link with a^l^ar value tif ft. One liiimlred thoimaml^share** of trpuwiry ftix k will lie plaeetl on^the market for sali- at not una than ^^rents imt nliari'. The pro|MTty i^ xitnateil^U'tween thi^. eity ami tieorgetown, 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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1890. HERREWARD. Itwas very embarrassing to Bertha^Hoyt to have her seamstress faint on her^doorstep just as the catch of the season,^Mr. Herbert Hammond, had come to take^tier to a ball. He had not hesitated to^carry the poor girl Into tlie parlor, where^lie placed her on a sofa and sent hurridly^for a physician. Oh,dear, dear!* cried the girl who^brought what lie had asked for on a little^tray. ^Why, it's the young woman that^did the embroidery. I told the cook after^^ward my heart bled that I didn't ask her^to come into the kitchen and have a bite.^It's what I ought to have done when she^was scut ^^H without being heard. It's u^-Inline the way the rich serves the poor. MissBertha heard and winced. She^made some si.ft remark about being in^ignorance of the young person's sit nation,^tint it is doubtful if Herbert heard her.^He was trying to m/fce the poor girl swal^^low a little wine, while the muid ruhlied^her cold hands anil shed t...

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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY ar^. 1890. THE NATIONAL GAME. InIhe National ^*^^^^^^-. Bk.hiki.vs, May ^. Tin Hrooklyn^U'aaiif rliiln-anilydi fi-nti-il Ovrlanil tlii^^afternoon. Atti'iulnmi'.'aW. Soor*1:^HnmklMi0 ^i 4 o 4 9 ^ 1 ^^U IVwUuxt^^ ^ ^' - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^' Hits.Brooklyn ^,Clt'\i'laii.l i.. iTn^r^, Mnrnk-^Ivu is ^ li^\p|uiul :i.lMiltiTiri^.Un^ ^^lii mill Ziiiiiiht.^trrry amlt lark.-, iniipir.'. MriJuaM RK^TtiN, Muy ^. TIh' Li-amn- tuim^^tin* afternoon was hotly competed^throughout. Alt MHN Hft MWl^Uosioii1 (i ^i 11 ^ 0 ^ ^ I t'lIMUlliilll . . . ii ii 0 0 II ii II II II Hits,Boston X, I int'luliali ft; innrs, IUihIuii .'.^I ill. .1111.1:1 I Uilt.llf^. Mflmls iinil Ht'limlt.^I^ui^i a .iini Ki^-nnii iimpm-v I'nwi i aial /jic till!l'.o. NiwVu.'k, May ^. - The league^leant 1 ami' near wiiiuinjr tbe *amc ^^^ ^)^^'^last inning. Imii tlir lirilli.inl pluyiiiK of tin-^('hicae^ n am mi veil it. Alteiiiluiicc, IUO.^Jxoori': KmVniii' ^ 0 ^ ^ ^ 11 ^ ' - nmm^1 - ^ 1 1 ^' ^' llil-.S...

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 May 1890

r Printedseven days in the week.^' The cheapest and best^Paper published In Montana. I \ . Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning VOL.I.^NO. 230 ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. ep I). KITZQKKALD POLICEMAGISTRATE. JUHTICE OK THE^PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER, ETC. KlttlMMAnaconda. Mout. P P. CHKIHMAN, 1). D. 8. OMce.K!r^t street Between Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a new process. All classes of Denial Work^executed In tint class manner. Artificial^Teeth Witliout Plates. H W.STEPHENS.^PHiSlCIAN AND MM nac'omi^a... montana OrBesin Barrett ^ Jacky block. Kostueneeoo.^Second street weal, opposite Montana Hotel.^Calli promptly attended to. liraduate of St^Louis Medical College. AMIDMUCH ENTHUSIASM Let'sMonument Unveiled With Impos^^ing Ceremonies. TheBlue and Cray Unite in Hon^^oring the Great Southern^Leader Richmond's^Observance. INTHE SENATE. The hy...

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. — 30 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. *S OMsjaj Piper o* Deer Lodge County Deliveredby rarrlrr or mail ^t ten ilnllari a^)r^^r, thrw dollar* a quarter or one^dollar a month. THESTRNDRHD ||the only dally MNMB w*lh teleirraph dls-^patebm In I^^-er l-odite county. It prints^n cre teleiaaphle newn than any other^newi|^a|HT In Montana. ..^rre^pondeT-ee anil hunlneaa letter* Khotild In-^atlilnfiied to THESTANDARD. orDer of Main and Third ^treet^, AnaculliU,^Molilalia. FRIDAY.MAY :*l. 1WW. MEMOR'ALDAY. Theyears that separate us front tlie^realities of civil war deepen the interest^taken by the American jH-ople in the^uliservanre of Memorial day. A ^|iiar^ter of a century has sj^ed since the^eventful days when the life of the^uation was in peril and the continent^^hook beneath the tread of a million^armed citizens. Mindful of the service^our countrymen rendered and Kratcfiil^that their work has endured, the people^of a rede...

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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY jo, 1890. NORTHWESTNEWS. 8 *Topi ofGtnertl IHinst ii the Four^lei SUtes and Elseibere. MONTANA. Yellowstonelake will be well provided^with hoats this ^umroer. Beside* the^law steamer a number of row boats are^at the springs awaiting transportation^to the lake. | Alire, which could not be accounted^for, broke out in the wood camp near El-^lUton. burning al^oiit 10,000 cords of wood,^most of which In-longed to the wood^chop|htk. Tlie company's loss will^amount to about 700 cords. Itis rumored thut very soon the North^^ern Mm company will NMNN the^work ^if enlarging tlie repair shop at Mis^^soula. This ix made necessary by the^greatly increased volume of business at^this |k^int. The round house will also be^enlarge!I, as it wdl be too small to accom^^modate the muiiy engines wh eh will be^brought into use on the new ('our d'Alene^branch. NoahWebster of Boieman, who passed^life's meridian several years ago, wooed^and won a damsel fair through He...

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 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 30. jjjjj. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THAIS*AKRIVK. OAA. M. Krom Bulti- I .rave* Huttr at ^:00^A. U., BUver Boor ^:\^ A M.Muait ^ ^6 A. M. II16OA. M. Krom Unite and liarrlwin^LMtM Hulli- in 10:50 A. M., Htlver How II K^^A. M., Htuart 11 :*!. A. M. foniieet* at Stuart^with train wlilrhleavi'iiiarrliuiii at 10:J0 A. M.,^Deer IxxWr 10:44 A. M. 600 P. ft.-Krom Butte l-eave* Initte r.rti^P. M., Wlver How s is I^. M . Htuart.'. 40 P. M. 8OO p. M. From (;arrl*ori l.eave* liarrtxou^6 J0P. M . Item lAHiic- *^^' M ^ Stuart;:40^P. M TKA1N*iiepaht. :*^A. M.-For ^iarrl*nn -Htuart 8:40 A. M.,^I^eer liOdgf 9:.^ A. M., tiarrlmn at 10:00^A M B:tOA. M. Kor Butte- Stuart at !^:3R A.M.,^silver How io:O0 A. M., arrlvlnt! at Butt*, 10:16 JrOwt.M. For Butte aniHiarrlmn - Arrive*^at Stuait S:1^,l^eer lANlire 4 ^ ^;, tiarrlaon 4 30,^Silver Bow 3:4.1 P. M.. Butte 4 :^m P. M i:16P. M. - K^r Bulte Stuart at 7 S5 P. M.,^Silver Bow tun P.M., arrlvliiK tu Butte, k^i^^*. M. Arrivala...

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. — 30 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY jo, 189a THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD to in Clark* ^^Bank Building oa the coraer of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number to ^s8. AdverUscneoUwill be received at the Rulte^office of the Htaniiakd till 8 o'clock^P. M. for InierUon in the follow^^ing morning's paper. TheHtamdakd It delivered to Butte subscrib^^ers early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Arrive. l,eave. foionPacific Express PocateUoAccommodation^Northern Pacific Through: Express VP.Helena ^ Misnotil^ Phlllptburga i'iii'ilat'n AnacondaExpress AnacondaExpress AnacondaExpress Connectat Stuart with^^ Express. urnp.m. 7:5^ p.m.^U M p.m. l.-oop.m. 8:00p.m. 2:40 p.m. 1JHi p.m. k ^v^ a.m.^^in ir,a.m. ^ ^ ml a.m.^t 4 .^m p.m. till:.*) am.^ t .'i Ml p.m. localAnacouda train. montanai'bntkai. Arrive. St.Paul Express HelenaAccommodation 7:30p.m.^11 .mam. leave BKKSa.m.I 00 p.m. Connectionwith Utah ^ Northern train for^Pocatello and points cast and west on Union^Pacific....

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. — 30 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. MAY JO, 1890. MINERSAND MINING. ^portsof Rich Strikes, Mei Prospects^aid General lining Mews. Anotherrich utrike in n'||ort^'^l in th^^^Hiawatha mine. Cataract diMtriet. Acoal mine hu^ Ihm'Ii loratetl ^^^^wrt.| of Unrrison. I^^ Juilfft'J. M. O'Neill^atul MM other purtica. TheAmerU'iin Knhy mine is luokiiiff^well, and it in aaiil a 4^^Htani|^ mill will Im'^l.in U in the near future. WoodKiver mine* are ^ij more^uroiiiiKiiiR tlnw m-umhi than for some yeant^hfuk. Several of them thai have la-en^^ lie for a year or more will ^hi|^ large^uiialttitiex of ore. Inthe Flint ( reek ili^trict a t.yndii ate of^Kncheh ^ a|iit.ili^l^ are Mlk| to gain ^^fimt hold, having made a law offer for^the Hed Lion. They have an ex|iert on^the (round and report has it that the deal^iv uImhiI to lie oonMimmatod. Anumlierofcitizen* met at BoaUw^luM week and made up a Imhiiii- for the^IMirpose of indtieiiitf Helena itartieK to run^ilit sampliiiK worKi- diiring the niimmer,^...

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. — 30 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 30, 1890. 7 ASUNDAY SCHOOL MASHER. VanHbou Lm, the Yate ^h lawman, awl^Hit Whit* Admirer*. VanPbou Lae, the Chinese graduate of^Yale who is accused of infidelity by his^white wife, formerly If iss Jerome of New^Haven, denies stoutly the charge made^against him and declares that it is the^outgrowth of the hatred which his white^mother-in-law hehtw Mm. The papers^with which he has been served give no^clue to the names or residences of the^people with whom lie is accused of having^been too intimate. His wife, ever since^her marriage, has been very jealous of^him, hardly allowing him out of her sight,^and she feared every woman whom he^^net would fall in love with him, or that^he would capture her. Shewas especially troubled over the at^^tentions which Sunday school teachers^und other ladies interested in Christian^work paid him, and was desirous that he^should be less ussiduous in his attend^^ance at places of instruction and worship^where Chri...

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. — 30 May 1890

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30. 1890. FROMTHE GARDEN CITY TheOptra House Transformed Into a^Boier of Beauty. Programmeof the Parade To-Day^Another Posse to Follow the^Horee Thievea Other^Missoula News. Kisvtali.^ tho Ntandant. Mioin, May S^. tipnorul I'as-^m*np^r AiP'iil ^'nl^lrrli^^ail lia* givi'ii^tin Imiw. lull Ii*:iiii ^ ayaaW^rate of one fan- for tlw rouiiil^trip from liarTiwiii to Aiiaronila nt-xl Snn-^tliiy. MaiKMPT SU-VfiiH hh^-h lie will lake^trti player* with liini Im-miiIo a MllinlxT of^grntlt'iiwii who will iro to wr Anaronila.^the K*m* Iiall team and the Montana. Ml--Ilara Flemilitc i'iiterUiine^l a party^of friend* la*t evening. Most of the time^ara* |uinm^iI in enj yintc music. PnrtleALynch went through tm eity^lo-ilay with their *awniill MMM en route^InC/uartl ereek, where they will *et up^two |Mirtal^le mill* ami *aw hridge ami^trestle timber for the Northern I'aeitle A^Mi^*oula railroad. IK'ptityShrriff l-ing. from the Klathead^country, wan intervie...

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. — 31 May 1890

Printedseven days In the week.^4 The cheapest and best^TtPaper published in Montana. y Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to its^Readers every Monday morning ~) VOL.I.^NO. 231 ANACONDA,MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. I L^. KITZtiKltAI.il POLICEMAGISTRATE, JUKTICE OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER, ETC. 'trstStreet, Anaconda.Moot. I'. CHKLSMAN, D. D. 8. Ufflce.PM Street Between Main ^nd Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^af it :.^^^^ process. All flames of Dental Work^^^-^^^ led In lint class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. ITliSlCIANAND HUUUEON, UTAfXMOM^^- MOKTAHA Otttcetn Barrett ft Jacky block. HeaMsnceon.^Second nrret west, opposite Montana Hotel. nesswill^\ at^han lot* reat sellliles H. WSTEPHENS. 'dti iiromptly attended to. Graduate of hi^Louis Medical Collexe. JJK.K U ST. JEAN, M. D.C. M . PHYSICIAN TO 8T. ANN'S HOSPITAL.^Offlff in Ilwyer Block. MillMfl ^:30tol0r30a. m., 100to3:OOp.m...

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. — 31 May 1890

2 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31. Iftfc THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. ThsO^cal Paper of Deer Lodge County Deliveredby carrier or mail at ten dollar! a^year, three dollar* a quarter or one^dollar a month. THESTRNDHRD latheonly dally m-wapaper with t.-lettrapli dl^^paten,* In IWr l/idse rounty. It |^rlnta^^xre telegraphic ^^^^^ than any other^in ^^i^|k i In Montana. ('orreipondenceand l^u^lne^^ MM ah'iiil'l M^addrcaitcd to THESTANDARD, 'orner of Main and Third ^trcet^. Aiiacuwla, SATTKDAY.MAY Itmakes considerable differeoM lo^this country whether the section of the^silver act of 1K72 that demonetized sil^^ver was put through congress by hon^^est methods or otherwise. Mr. Daniel^talked very distinctly on this topic in^the senate last Tuesday. Senator Stew^^art and others have taken no end of^pains in looking up the old files. They^aver that the very section mi which^the trouble hinges does not appear in^the record of proceedings. That is the^sect...

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. — 31 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. NORTHWESTNEWS. 'fTopI of General IiUmt ii til Four^HeiSUlesind Elsewhere. TlifFlatbrad lakes are beromiiig fa-^1 nmit. for fishing and hunting. PeterRonan has been reappointed^agent for the Flathead Indians. Kightmineral locations were Hied in^the county clerk's office at Missoula Mon^^day. Chinesepheasants arc becoming quits^plentiful along the creeks back of Van^^couver. M.Bosworth of the Grand Hotel at Bil^^ling* was stricken with paralysis Sunday evening. Mr*.Lydia Wellmau of Seattle eloped^with l^ r husband's half-brother, James^Wcllniai), last week. AitotOofllce ha* Iieen tnttaltlislitsl at^Carter. Missoulu county, with William^Kryati as postmaster. Thenew hotel at hlma, Washington,^costing 146,000 without furniture, will be^completed by July 1 and a grand ball and^banquet will be given, with excursions^from Olympiu, Tacoma, Seattle and^Portland. Thebig Blaekfoot mills ut Bonner are^running night and day, never stopping.^Th...

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. — 31 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31. tSpo. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TKA1WSAKKIVS. OftA. M. From Bull.- U^vm Bull* ttl *X*^^X. M.. HUvrr Bow H 19 A. M.,Mlialt ^ :^^*. M IliMA. M. Front Hutu and Harrison^Um Butte at lOflo A. M., HUvrr Bow 11^^A. M.. Stuart 11 Si. A M Nw* at Stuart^with train which Iravrt(iarrlmn at 10 JO A. M .^DMTlXMfarr 10:44 A.M.^ 6:00w\U. From Butte 1-hivii Butte A a)^T. M.. SUver Bow 6:15 l\ M., Stuart 5 *0 I^. M. OOP M. From tiarrlaon I cavern lixriixui^*MT. at., l^eer I^t|re 6.47 P. M ; Stuart. :4ti^P.M. TKAIN DEPART.^^ iM A. M.-For (iarrlion Stuart 6:40 A. M.,^Doer Lodge ^.;^ A. M . Harrison at lo oo a|Vo*A.sf.-r^or Butte- Stuart at 6:S6 A. M.,^HUrer Bow iimhi A. M., arriving; at Butte, 10:15^A M i.eio P. M.^For Butte and Harrison - Arrive). atStuart 6:16, Deer l^id|te4M. Harrison 4:30. SilverBow 3:48 P. M.. Butte 4 MP. M.^7:1^ P. M.-For Butte Stuart at 7 :.V^ P. M., SilverBow .-or. P.M., arriving In Bulle, Mflo gM. Arrival^nd Departure of Malls. MAIIAItFI'...

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. — 31 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. THEBUTTE OFFICE orom standard t^ i* cu*v BankBuilding on tbt corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number is 258. tililtlsi^iillH will be w*lvrd at the Butte^offlee of the Htandard till t o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^lug moraine'1 paper. TheStandard 1* delivered to Butte ^ubsrrlb-^er^ early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. UnionFaclfte Express....^Poeatello Accommodation^Northern Pacific Through N.P.%etena ^ Miismiiaa.^PhlUpaburg Acm'dal'n AuacoodaExpress AnacondaEx preat AnacondaExpress Arrive.heave. 1^i p.m.^11:33 p.m. 7-JO p.m. 1:00p.m. S:30 p.m. 2:40 p.m. :10 p.m.I x 00 a.m.^^ 10 in a.m. ^ mm a.m.^t 4 00 p.m. *H0:Sna.iii. ^It 6 -on p.m. Connectat smart with local Anaconda train.^^ Express. Montanaenrnuia FLOWERS_ANDTEARS ToDcbtMEilogles of the Dud Heroes^of the far. plateto-day 1^lilicrty and BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Mm.J. J. Cussick haa ajajM to Itonver to^visit frieails. J.B^ Hathaway, a promine...

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. — 31 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1800. MINERSAND MINING. Reportsof Rich Strikes, New Prospects^and General Mining Mews. Tlwplacer milieu of Neal, Idaho, are^paying from #4 to *i |kt day (^^ ^Ih^ man. Allthe miner* at Mm Konlyii i-oal mined,^Waahington, have ximiiili'oiitn.rtK for all^^ot Iht year. ThePaoitli- Coal anil Coke MMMK of^U-a^lville. with a eapilal alia-li of ^^,^^,^lieen orgaiiiiril. TheBrush Heap mine at Kingston. New^Mexico, has Imh-.i sold to Miehigan |wir-^tio*. The prlt*' |^aiil was f ltiO,^X^^. Thealwnilon. il Jackson rrvik eop|m^r^mines in Nevada ha^ e txi-n rvlooutistl and^are turning out extensive and rich. Thenet profit from the Wenbali mine^at Cortex. Ktin-kn county, Nevada, is said^to average ^jn.^^^i u mouth, the cx|m-iis^- of^the production is RMH a mouth. TheLeadvillc l^i*i^ntrh announces that^a large Iwsly of ore has Im-cii opened up^withm l.'i f^^et of the surface on the Dome^claim. The wonders of the great earixin-^atc licit will never cea...

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. — 31 May 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. HATCHINGBUTTERFLIES. How^ New Haven Collector Easily Replen^^ish** Hit Collection. JohnMaier is of Teutonic extraction,^and be ia a tailor, says the New Haven^Palladium. Whenever be can he devotes^hia time to catching butterflies. This in^his bobby. What doe* he do with the in V^He simply chloroforms and f rumen them^by thousands. About the walls of his^store are sis audi collections, averaging^about two and a half feet square. Mr.Muier has certainly done some won^^derful work in gratification of his whim.^Take any one of his collections. It con^^tains at least 600 butterflies of all *lia|^es,^sixes, colors and shades, and tiiese are ar^^ranged in circles, and crosses, and all^sorts of figures. The largest and rarest^are placed ill the center and the lesser^lights around them. All are placed with^wings outspread, perfect specimens. Duringthe spring and summer mouths,^Mr. Maier uses a net in collecting speci^^mens, and in the fall...

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. — 31 May 1890

s THEANACONDA STANDARD; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31. 1890. WILLBRO^Mr I BENEDICT RETRACT llll Ml l^ Ia. iir-tlv Calif*! ^ P^^^ *^^Hrv Mr. Wootl.^HiMTtal to the Standard. m1--0:la. May Tlio publiralioti of^tin allcffCHl tacU in the damlcr unit to he^ttroueht by Rev. U Uauaiii^^ Itev. J.L Benedict hii- called the attention of^parties interested to pertain statements,^the substance of whieh your correa|K^nd-^ent learned from |^rties ;i^^|iiuintrfl w ith^the matter, hut whieh are ili'imil by^friend* of Mr. Wood. They refer princi-^imlly to the removal of the clinnli furni^^ture'to Woodaidc ami to tlte matter of the^rhun li organisation. Mr. Wood did not^orgamxe the ehureh here, u^ the rt-conU^ab^w that it had Ix-en organised Novem^^ber Y.i, INC. I^.v Rev. Donal Moregor and^hat^ been in existent ^^ MOT since. Your^rurre^|M^uileiit hitH al^^^ ^e^'ii letter- from^an office of the Home Ms^SUM Hoard M^New S'.rl* to Mr. Wood, wlut-li show that^tlie hoard liave not authorized the action^of partie...

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