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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 1 June 1890

r Printedseven days in the week.^The cheapest and best^\ paper published In Montana. r \^ _j n/ \ - Theonly Newspaper in West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ~d TWELVEPAGES. ANACONDA,MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE i, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. rp U. FITZUKRAM) POLICEMAGISTRATE. JL'HTICE OF THE^PEACE, NtrTAKY PI BI.IC, CON-^VKYANCKK, ETC. KlrttStrwl, Anaconda.Moot. Hi P. CHRISMAN, I). D. H. ,ru,-.Flr.t mi.t-t Between Main and Oak, Anaconda,Montana.^TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^M a new process. All classes of Dental Work -xeciitcdIn lint claw manner. Artificial^Teeth Without ^ H W.^TEPHES8. PHiSICIANAMI Hl'KUKON.^^SACOKDA - MONTANA^OUles in llarrelt ^ Jaeky block. Reildenceon.^*^^.^. ind street went, oi^l^^*ite Montana Hotel,^falls promptly attended to. (iraduate of St^Pauls Medlnal OeiM, J-JK.K. b ST- JEAN. M. D. C. M., PHYSICIAN TO ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL. I^fflee In Dwyer Block. OfficeHo.ll t: (MM 10 Ma. 111., 1 M to 3:(^p. m.,^;^)tos^:iiu |^. 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. — 1 June 1890

3 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I, 189a THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. ~ie 0^'C *l Piper o* Dec Lodge County Deliveredb) rarrler or mull Hi trii ^loll^r^ a^year. Uiree ^l^^llar^ ^ nunrtir or one^^loll.ii h inonili. THESTHNDHRD Itthe oety ^Uil^ newspaper with telegraafc^patches in Deer l-odise enmity. It print^^nr.re teleirr:t|^lilc new* than any other^nrws|u|K'r in Montana. i'orreipondeneeami liimltieM lelteis shoul.l lie Ulltll'ASl'Uto THESTANDARD. (oruer of Main and Tlilnl itn^Montana. -Is.\naiomla, KtTNDAY.JI NK 1. lww. senatorI ngalls ^if Kansas, was the ^ratur at tin- field ^^f QaMytdmrg 1111^Memorial tiny. ^ hi that very field Ab^^raham Lincoln mire addressed the as^semliled iniillitilile. The )^oiiit of chief^suiicriority in Lincoln's address was^not that it was briefer than last Fri^^day's oration. Lincoln's remarks were^impressive, patriotic, inspiring; Ingalls'^address was patriotic. suggestive, sen-^-ational. That Mr. Ingalls helieves h...

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 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I, 1890. NORTHWESTNEWS 'Topics of Geieril Interest in the Four^lei States aid Elsewhere. MONTANA. Hayi^ now telling in Sun River at from^to $'^^ i*t ton, and is hard to procure^at tliow iiiirli prices. WonI was received from Mr. Boeinan^of Koaehiul yesterday that the hone rid^^den by Robert Kurguaon, whose myster^^ious disappearance wax noted in the Jour-^mil a few days ago. had been found dead^from a gunshot wound, but no traces were^found of the rider. It is now feared that^lie came upon a |^arty of Indians ens-aired^in killing cattle who, being caught red-^liundeal, killed him and the horse to save^themselves from punishment. Yrlloic- sfoMfJ(H^ run/. SheriffRobertson of Gallatin county^had a narrow esca|^e from lieing shot last^Saturday night. In company with Night ifflcer Robinson, lie went to the Hocker^buildintr. now owned by the hotel com^^pany, for the purpose of arresting Martin^Hcx-ker. why wus sleeping in the l^ase-^ment of the b...

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 June 1890

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE J. i8go. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. tka1nkAKKIVR. :OSA. M.-Krom Butte - UM Butt* at *_^^^A. M , Hllvrr lkiw K:l^ A. M.,Stuart ^:^ A. M. II:MA. M. Kr^m Butte and Hllk^^iMM Butte ^t IO:.K) A. M., Silver Bow 11 Or,^A. M., Muart 11:S2. A. M. CoriDeeU ^t Htu^rt^with train which leave* I larrUirti at 10:30 A. M.,^Dot I/mlire 10 44 A. M. 6:00P. ft.-From Butte l.e^vef Butt* inn^T. M., Silver lV^iw ft 15 1^. M., Stuart S ^n P. M. Hi**P. M.-Kmni ^iarr1^^n l^eavn ('arrlwm^6:30 T. M . Ilm Uk1|[.- 6.47 V. M'; Stuart 7:40^P. SI. train*hpi aht. :t0 A. M.-K^^r ilarrlaon Stuart ^:40 A. M.,^Dttr UtAge ^:M A. M.. (Sarrtaon at 10:00^A M iM A. M. -For Butte - Stuart at 9M A.M.,^Silver Bow iomi A. M . arriving at Butte, 10:15^A M Soo P. M.-For Butt* aniUiHrrlaon -Arrive!^at Stuait 3:15. IWr L^ltHi^;. Harrison 4:30,^Stiver Bow 3 4.'. P. M lllltte 4 ilO P. M. 7:1*P. M.-For Butte Stuart at 7:3,1 P. M.,^Silver Bow Ij06 P.M., arriving In Butte, KM!^M. Arrivaland Departure of...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 1 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I, 189a 5 THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of tht STANDARD i^ in Clark'*^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number is 258. Advertisementswill b^ received at the Butte^office of the standard till k o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning's paper. TheStandard li delivered to Butte subscrlb-^eri early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAl-NION. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train.^^Express. montanacentral. Arrive. St.Paul Express| 7:30 p.m. HelenaAccommodation. II to a.m. lA-ave. kof. a.m.^I mi p.m. Connectionwith L'tah ^ Northern train for^Pocatello and points ^ a..l and west on Union Paeiflc. 'IXMINll AND ARRIVAL OK MA1IJI. Closes. Arrlve. Mallfor California anil the fi(0 p.m SouthernStatesT :30 a.m. 1:30 a.m. Mallfor East via M. C. Ky -i:.w p.m Mallfor East via M.C. By 2:30 p.m. s in p.m.^Mall for West via N. P.lly 9:1.1 p in. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. JudgeKiltly i- ill with inllnininatory^riieuniatism. Ju...

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 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE z, 1890. Ir\JKe SWim. ONETHING AND ANOTHER WHICH THE SOCIAL WORLD^LIKES TO TALK ABOUT. worncntcii.iin- Kvvrybnilyin Anaconda tiKik a lively^iiUci-ot in tlie trades drill ^ivon in the^^H^ ru house, Thursday ni^lit. The enter^^tainment wn* a iliiidiil novelty ami the^lirreikioii displayed liy the Indie* in the^evolution* merited hearty oommemUUon^^ml rocciviil warm applause. It ^'^^^^JgPMi by all that c|^ccial eoini'lnneiit^im due Kev. \V. K. Nic* for hi* ptHNM^anil energy In the effort t^^ make the ilrill^t MHHn^k. Following is a full ''^'^tlnni- represented ami the costuiin^^I Thnrwlay night's uni^|ii^^meiit: Anuronilamine Mm. II. F. Malum:^while India silk. A large .ina. omla eoiltil^al^ nit her. Two small wris'iit- repre^^sented llif ^'alumct ami Hccla:lMr of whitesatin with an an.ieomla. AitaeomlaSi^Nli\iti^-Miaa Maet alliim;^white satin dress covered with ^Ana^^conda Si vMiMili^ priiitiil in gold. MM^Imliii silk sash w ith same deeorati...

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. — 1 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I, 1890. GETTINGON. WI ii-ii I wux somewhat yoiinjp'i. Iwiu reckoned purty itay-^I had my fling at cvcrythinit Ina rolllckiu' coltish ^ay.^hut times nave strangely altered Slucesixty years ago -^Tills aac of strain an things don't si-em Likethf age I used to know.^Your modern innovations Don'tsuit inr. I rimless.^As did (he wavsof the k^mmI ol' days HutI'm gettiu' 011, 1 guess. Iset on the piazza An'hitch 'round ^the sun^sometimes, mayhap. I take a nap. Walllu'till sclusil is iloue.^An't lien I tell the children Thethings 1 ilone In youth,^An' near as I eau as a vcnci 'hlc mail' Istick hi the honest truth!^Hut the looks of them 'at listen Seemsometimes to express^I'he remote Idea that I'm cone ynu sec .' An'I'm gettiu' on. I guess. rget up in the inoruin', An',uothiu' elseto do.^Before the rest are up an' dressed Iread the pa|^ers through;^I hang around with the women Allday an' hear em talk,^An' while they sew or knit I show Thehahv how to...

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 June 1890

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I, 1890. Sportirvg. AUTHENTICACCOUNTS AND TIMELY ITUtt Of INTEREST^BRIEFLY TOLD TO STANDARD READERS. THENATIONAL CAME.^In the National l.c^^u^'. Most,v Max H. Tin I'ittsliiuit Id-ague team i,.,uo i^-ti' .l ^ Ui kwin, Itnaton's -im |ii|i liiT, a-^Mary nW-*-i\. Attcndnm-i- I7.ini. Si-ore Bjaacll^^ 0 ^l O S A 0 '-' * mivu 11 ^ ^ i^ .' ^ ^^ l Hit.I'msion 11. Illtsluim 1:.; errors. Iln^tiui 4.^nttsturt: : Iwtftcrii-s. i liirkson. Iliiincll all ,Miiki i ami Wilson. niii|dii-^. l^n^ci anil^^!^.. fun^l'l i i ^i v. Maj ::|. Tin- lisal Iciikiic rtul ill [i'Htiil i leu-land tins after!^^ ii|i|hii MrIsUtiiin. ii^^iati-d optsMienl's errors. At^EBhMa -..i^i. ^*^^^^^ MilUni.li.liiaii ii ^^ -' * ^ ^^ ^ I CV. laudI ^^ - '^ ^ ^ Hit-.Phiuidriulila ^, ^lew-land ii; warm^rtiiUili i|il^ia .1, rkurtwid ;t. hatled^*, HlaM^aial i Ii tin Ms, I.in. .Mil iml /.iniiiu'i . lllllfsrc, Mr lOTWHt KfcwYoKk. May Cincinnati la-at^Its New York Leaguers for tin- fourth^tiiiM-...

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. — 1 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD PAGES 9 TO 12 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 1. 189a HECOINCIDED WITH HER. LOVE'SCONSTANCY. MrMM to steal a kiss, aud *lir.^Indignantly, from linn drew ^^, liemarking, ^Ymi air ratlirr free^on short a^t|iialnlauif, I must say. He*usw ered, ^I've i-ome here to woo^Come here In woo ami ^Ui you, zweet, SliullI put sit ami look at you''^I ^!ir^ not. pray resume your scat. Shefrowned anil said, ^I'rav ilo not liolil^My liauil. though wiss-d, 1 ^tn not yet won. lleh-ssemi', please; you an- tisi Istld,^I think, and MIH sat upon. Hi*tin w her il'-wu upon his knrt',^^You sweet, you charmiug litlU' elf. You'reright. I think no, too,^ lie said,^^Au.i *M Mfc love, by your^elf. fJo*tll I IIMTII 1. Anilwmild'st II1011 liave an Instrument well^strung Toliappy iiiibkU'.' Then on my heart-^ lionU^lHav. 1mil rc*|K^usivc inuale, hrlght ^'^' gay. shallmeet thine ow n: for though with anguish^Th tis enough if I lull heai thee sav. .lay. wrung. 'nun..1 toiie^ for thee rem...

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. — 1 June 1890

10 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE L 1890. Wonr\ar\sWorld. MAYMARRIAGES^HOW APARTV OF AMERICAN GIRLS SHOOK^# HANDS WITH THE IRON CHANCELLOR. Therein an ^^1^I Knglii-h saying that^May marriage* arc unliicky.liiit it I* plain^that the proverb flif* in the face of na^^ture. It i* in the spring that animated^l^eing* feel the tlirill of renewed vitality^anil the pulsation* of sympathy anil joy,^ami May. in our latitude, i* tin- ipimtf*-^^ence of the vernal wiumii, Kiy* the New^York Lei/orr. The Mayilay fcHtivul of^our Kngliith forefullier* wax of immemo^^rial antiquity, anil, although it* ^yuil*^l-^ikiii wan lost sight of. it lion- interesting^testimony to the primeval recognition of^the prompting^ of spring. IfMay wen- not pre-eminently the^month of weddings, human lyings woulil^^lisolM-y an all-pervasive impulse of the^world in which they live. 'I hey can no^more resist the incitatioii to coiiuuliial^liappincss that dawns with the vernal^equinox, than they can withstand the^...

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. — 1 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE I. II .R. Qreat FIVEGRUESOME TALES StrangeOccurrences lot Accounted For^ii Oar Eyery-Day Philosophy. AQueer Boston Timepiece Which^Always Foretells Death Lang-^ley's Specter Pitcher A^Murder Exposed. Wehave not exactly u Banshee in our^house who foretells by her wailing an ap^^proaching death,^ said a lady to the^writer yesterday, ^but we have hud mys^^terious warning of such given us time and^time again by an old clock, which has^l^een in our family for the last 1JU years,^^writes a Boston correspondent of the St.^Louis Ulubr-Democrat. The works were^riiincd.by a shot fired by a British soldier^(luring the revolutionary war at my grcat-^Krandfathcr, which shot, passing entirely^through his body, killed him instantly,^and then broke the glass door, |R'iictrut-^ing the works and stopping them forever,^though innumerable attempts have been^^nude to repair them, it seemed that some^unknown power kept the clock silent ex-^re pt when ileatli Hug...

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. — 1 June 1890

91 H I ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNEi. ANOLD JORTY-NINER IkRambles of Ton Steitrt Through^the Country. HowHe Arrived in San Francisco^Forty Years After His First^Entry Into That^Country. MiiMrtiiR^rtnii^ in in town. H^- might^have hecn Horn yeatenlsyilriving about on^hurklMinnl driven by n |^air of Hinall^brown limit's, miyit the San I'runriKco Ks-^^nmi i. The rig b u curiosity in its way^ami the apiK-arancp of general ileeay^tliat lingers about it tolls of the hardship^^s-miicIi which it hax |^a^^ted. While muk-^iiic a tour of the city yesterday Tom was^Hie niacin t that attraet^^il all i-yes, ami^win i lie nulled up alongside of the riirb-^stotu long enough to visit a convenient^saloon a crowd would gather to iiiH|^eet^the 11 Ul craft. TheInn kbnard lias a seat large enough^to lM^ld Tom ami hi^ dog ^Huston,^ a^^ruler spaniel of um ertain lineage. (Mi^tlie bark of the seat is strapped a rusty^army musket, which ha* been the close^companion of its owner for twenty years.^Wl...

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. — 2 June 1890

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 VOL.I.-NO. 233. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. D.KITZOKHALH POLICEMAGISTRATE, JUSTICE OF THE^PEACE. NOTARY PCBLIC, CON^^VEYANCER, ETC. KlrslStreet. Anaconda.Mont. |s P. CMKISMAN. I). H. 8. flee.Klriit Street Between Main and Oak. Anaconda,Montana.^TKETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^^^ a uew process. All classes of Dental Work^-veculed In flrtt rlau manner. Artificial^Teelli Without Plate). II W.STEPHENS. WHATCONGRESS WILLDO TheProgramme Laid Oct for the^Coming Week. PM.SICIANAND SCRUEON,^. s.. ..MIA^^^ MONTANA Officein llarrett ti Jacky block. ReiUlenceon.^second atreet west, opposite Montana Hotel.^Call* orotnplly attended to. Graduate of 8t^f/v.tts Medical College. 1) It.K. U ST. JEAN, M. D. C. M., HOSPITAL. PHYSICIAN TO ST. ANN'S officeIn Dwyer lllock.^Office Mount: 9:30...

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. — 2 June 1890

2 THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. 'heOfficial Paper ot Deer Lodge County Deliveredby rsrrler or mull Rt ten MM ^^yesr, tluif riiillsr* h iimuler or one^dollar ^ iniuitli. THESTANDARD Itthe only itall^ iiews|m|n-r Willi tcleitra|^ti dls-^(^trhct In Dm iMJi foiiniy. R prlnu^irxirr telegraphic nrwn than any oilier :. ^s;,.,|.. 1 III Mil III. ill. i MSSapoDdencrhiuI business letters ^limilil be^^asSSSMSl 1 THESTANDARD. O.mer of Main hiuI Third streets. Anaconda,^Meiil.ina. MiIXDAY. JIM. iwsi. TinM IMi Uili is thi ^ill;/ 111 MMftgfH /^in Wtnti ru Mmtlaun tlmt firiutu n^Mmitliijl mm liili;/ ulitimi. This wad^1111111 hi i is ililinml t'i all IMkr /ill t lulls IIHll is nil Mill nt III lis 1I1/nits .a.1 nil nil tmills. MfefeHkm mho^tiiiltiiimin tin Momdmtf arffKaa mtti 'iifi1 a farm- If iii/m niiii;/ tin ftSSSl^iitssiijfiii 11fthi J'm t. WIkiBays (lie North American In^^dians an- not MMfMl to civiliza^^tion The tiiemaw...

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. — 2 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS Topicsof General Interest in the Four^Net States and Elsewhere. Almut^^,(^JO ha* lieeii raised at ^ Myni-^piu for the Northern Pacillr 8iibi^i(ly. Tin-antlers of -VI elk were shi|^|.oil^from the Columbia river tn EiiRlutiil last year. W.F. SliearU, of LivitigHton, hM r^--^reivot] from Victoria parties a niuiiiinoth^pillar liear skin measuring l.t1. feet from^tip to tip. Thin in suitl to lie the largest^liear skin ill this section of the country. TheGlendive artesian well is down ;W^^feet with the drill in Moap^tone. At 130^feet water wuh struck that row to within^UO feet of the surface. Contractor Brock^ex|^'ct^ to strike the artesian How us soon^as the present stratum of soiipstone is^penetrated. ^ver at t tlympia a man can he a Meth^^odist and join the militia, helon^ to the^^ Mil Fellows, the Masons and the Knights^of Pythias, or even run for otllee, says^the Spokane Falls Heriew. Hut he can^not remain in that go...

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. — 2 June 1890

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 2. iSgo. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TRAIN*ARRIVE* os a. m.-Krnin Butte leaves Butte at *M^A. M , Stiver B^^w H l!^ A. M .Stuart A. M. 11^ao A. M.-Kroni Unit.- slid tlarrlsoo-^Lnrn Butte st 10:1*1 A.M., Silwr Bow lltOS^A. m., Muut II :*!. A. M. Daaaastl ^t Ntimrt^with train wWiis Iss i1Oartlsna ^l 10:20 A. M., IXrr Uxln-10:44 A.M. :o0 P. ft. From EiHJMMLlf^P. M., Silver Bow .'. t r. I^. M , Smart 5 40 P, M. :o0p. m. Krom i iarrisi in 1 .eaves (isrntoii^^:^ P. M , l^.-er l^d|te 6.4T V. M I Mnsrt ^ 40^P. U. TRAINSDEPART. 10 a. m.-For Harrison smart l:^A.^Deer Vndgf 9:13 A. M.. Harrison at 10:00^a m a,0 a. St.- for Butte Stuart at 9 3ft A. M.,^HUver Bow |M A. M., MMI Hi Hutu-, 10:15^a M joo r. M. - For Hiilli- Mint Csrrlson Arrlvel^at Stuart viMWer I/slue 4 :^8. Osrrlsou 4 30,^Sllv.-r Bow I-4B IV M.. Butte 4:0f^ T. M. 715 1^. ^l. For Butt.^ Stuart al . I . M.,^surer Bow H:iK^ P.M.. arrlnni! m BulU-, K :^^^^W, M. WHYCROSBY SUICIDED HisWill Pnrnisbes Som...

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. — 2 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. 5 THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the STANDARD is in Clark's^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number it 258. advertisement*will be rwflvwl at the Butt^^^ot!W of the Htanuard tUl ^ o'clock^P. M. for luwrtloii In the follow-^lag tnornlnc'i paper. TheHtahda^d 1i delivered to Butte subscrlti-^er* early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Arrive. UnionPacific Kx press .^Pocatello AecofamodaUop^Northern Pacific Through Kxpreu N.I .Helena ^ MIkhou1h PhulpshtirgAi-iu'dat'u AnacondaKxpreu AnacondaKxpreu AnacondaKxpreu 1:^^i p.m.^II M p.m. 7:B0 p.m.^1 too p.m. 8-11 p.m. 2 :M p.m. r.'i^ p.m. R :00 a.m.^mi l.r.a.m. ^ 8:0Ua.m.^t 4 im p.m. 'in .Mi a.m.^t 111 p.m. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda train.^^ Kxpreu. MONTANACENTRAl iArrive. St.I'anl Kxpreu Hi'lenaAifiinim.Mlatiiui 7:.' p.m.^11:.v a.m. 1-cave. s^i6 a.m.^I mi p.m. Connectionwith l'lah ^ Northern train for^I'ocatello anil point* nut and west on Union^P...

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. — 2 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 2, i8go. MINERSAND MINING. Eeportsof Rich Strikes, Hei Prospects^and General lining Mews. m.ualmc(iilwoii. alio Itu* Ikm-ii proa-^imtnifr in K^^h^ Hole tlii^ ^priiiB.^town Monday and aliowiil miiiu' wry^l^n Uv aix-ciiiien.. ^f tl^w^i ^'f K^^ ^^^p|Hr^ore. H^- lian lavn unaiKVfiwfiil w^ far in^rtndiiiK tin- load fnmi wliioli tin- tloai^canio. Inn lias consilience in mat locality hiajmaj mm MHm MmI /^^;'^^ Tin-news from CaiMlo i^ that dio ^to^ W^Of MM Ainoriraii mino i^ now incctiliR^with hrisk wile and proiiiiafa to rome^prominently to the front within a few^week*. Mr. Wo-tbrook. who has doiio^the il. viloHBMl so far on thr pmia-rty,^luis nfforod to |.111 iho shaft dow n anothor^hiinilr.-.! foot and take Mock in |.ayinoiit^for his work. Tin load i- said to show^four foot of on- at tlio Ixittoin of tho shaft^ami tin OWMI fi cl mm h oni oiirajfod. 'Ihoiniiiiiiit ii^'ii from tho BomMw^country who liavo wintcreil in laviiiRntoii^will start for th...

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. — 2 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. PUZZLESTHE MASONS. nOld Mtuumir Jug Whirl) U IVr|il.-xii.K^the Craft. Avery old masonic jug Iuih juat come^into the |M^8M-HKi(^ii of an EngliHh tfcntk-^maii, winch U said to have heon limuglit^into the country over 100 yean uro, kuj k^tlic Brooklyn Kuyh: It ^taiuU II inches^IiikIi. and measurea live and one-half^inches across the iiiout|i, and ciijht and^one-half inches in bulg*. It bears out its^afce when we examine the texture and^finish of the crockery, and its haltered^and cracked, chipped and stained appear^^ance, together with the fact that every de^^sign on it has liecn engraved land beauti^^fully done, too i lead us to conclude that^it was a costly ornament when first^limiglit. although it has lost the freshness^of its early days. In front, under the lip,^inside a circular wreath of leaves arc^^two pillars,^ standing on a ^square^pavement. ^ These pillars are alsait two^and a half inches apart, anil across the^pavement is w...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 2 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. COUNTINGAND QUERYING TheHigh Tide of inquiry Which Will^Flood Montana This Month. specimens of the Delights of a^Querist's Role und Reminls-^censes of Bad Quar^^ter Hours. TilingsIibv^* i-liangi-il ^ii^'e ^!^^^ ^^^^^^when Noah laliitttl liix incnaifcric on lli^^^summit tif Mount Ararat ami pNMMM i^^Ntatintieit art- Ix-t-oniiiig iiion- and more^complicated earli rear. Any lapite of^mpmory HbJ l^art of \^xili. M to ll^'^pasiM'iiiier lint ^^1 tin- ark or its freight,^eouhl have Ix-en eaitily verilleil hy count^^ing the BMp|a on Ins IliigerN anil eheek-^illgolT the animals as they walked ilo-^eoroiiHly ^ 1..wii the gang iilank. ami with a^pleasant ta ta to their late traveling eoin-^paliiolis, strolled down the side of the^mountain ami followtil the reeeding IIimmI^until de^irahle pl.n-es to liegm the world^over again were nneovered, says the^I'iimrrr I'riw*. Hut human nature then as^now ruine in joh lots of assorteil sizes and^it is a...

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