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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 8 June 1890

r 7\ Printedseven days In the week. The cheapest and best^Paper published In Montana. vJ fattda Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning TWELVEPAGES ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. GERMANY18 TROUBLED GeneralOpposition Developing Against^the Army Bill. TheOfficial Press Instructed to^Speak Respectfully of Bismarck^as a Statesman Who Has Out^^lived His Usefulness. Copyright.:*!^^, I^y llir New York Assis-isled^Prt-s- Bkiu.iv.June 7.-Chancellor Von Cap-^rivi did not send a note to the |h^wera, nor^did he communicate with any foreign^representative except the Austrian am^^bassador on tlie subject of Bismarck's^utterance* in interviews with newspaper^correspondents. The alleged remark* of^the prince to the effect that Germany was^not bound by treaty to assist Austria in^the crept of war with Russia in the strug^^gle for dominance In the Balkan penin-^^tula, caused Count Kalnoky to inquire^how far the emperor and...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE | 1890. m oplcs THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. *h O^ c.a Paper of Deer Lodge County IVllvri-edl^y farrier or mull at leu .Inllart a^year, MM SSSSM ^ ^I'^ner ^ one^dollar a monili. THESTRNDRRD litheonly daily newspaper w^h telenrai* ^llt-^V^atf.het in liwr l/slitr county. It print!^nx.re tele(trH|ihlf news than any other^ne^nua|ier In Montana. orrrspooarjiceand rmnlnrst lelten should be^addressed to THESTANDARD. i'ornerof Main and Third streets, Anaronda,^Montana. SUNDAY.JI'NE K, 1880. ABoston man has been arrested for^stealing a Bible. He seems determined^to be a Christian at all hazards, but if^lie auccceeds in getting to heaven St.^I'eter would do well to padlock the^harp and crown room. AChatanooga pajier has been inquir^^ing into the composition of the 358^members of the chamber of commerce^^^f that prosperous city. The result of^The investigation showed that 175, or^'ess than one-half, were born in south^^ern sta...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. NORTHWESTNEWS. opicsof General Interest in tie Fonr^Mew States ud Elsewhere. MONTANA. Anew postofBce turn recently been es-^tahlUtieti at Harlem. TheTongue and Yellowstone river* are^reported bank full and Mill ruing. Thepursuit and capture of the Band-^inann hone thiereH will rout Missoula^county over $1,500. Anumber of small landslide* are re-^IKirted along the railroad hctwtcn Chi^^nook and Porayth. Thieve*are at work at Benton, two^rolilxrioi, having l^'en committed Satur^^day night and Sunday. Anew national hunk with u capital of^Sl.VJ.OUO will shortly Ik- started in Living^^ston. K. T. Gaines has been delegated by^eastern capitalists to apply for a charter. Workwill commence shortly of exca^^vating the Crown Butte canal, the con^^tract of which was let Thursday. The^ditch will water all the Sun river bench^and the IT in flats east of Table mountain. Thecommissioners of Meagher county^have let the contract for the projected^br...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE ft. i8go. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. thainhahhivk. 1OS A. M. From Rultr leaves Untie at Kjn^X. M , HU\^-r H^^w k I'.' A M.Stiiurt H M. 11:50 a. M. Fnrtii Mil^'' *'Ml (larrtsmi^U-aT.-n Bull.- at 10 M A. M , Sllvir Ml ^^a. M., Htllart ii :.f. A. M. fniutwU Hi W'lH'l^with train wtllchlr^vr^i i ar r i ^^^ i ..t 10at A. M.,^t^oer lAljie N ^ A. M. :00 P. M. From Bulle l^^vr^ H*^ ^^^^P. M , Silver IW.w VI* I . M , Stuart '^^r.M LOOP.N. From i;arri^oii }'i\y^i-*^i'^^C 30 P. M., l^-er I^^Ik^- 6.4T I M . MIAMI ^ :^^^P M TKA1NKiiki'akt. :^^A. M.-Kor liarrtann Stuart ^^^^^. 1,^Dwr Ixxl^r ^ :u A. M.. (larrls-m a^ MflO cVo'a. M. For Butt,. Htusrt at ^-^-M-.^Kllvrr Bow lo^i A. M., arrlvm* at BiiMa, Mill^a M JOO P. M. For Hiillf awl ttar rtaon-Artlrri^ml HtUATt S:I5. I^wr l/xlire 4M, (ISFtllDIl^mivrr Bow 3 ^^ P. M.. Butt.- 4^^ V. U. ^^7:15 P. ^. For Boll^ Smart at 7.^ r. SliverBow ^ 06 I'^W. M. M.,arriving In BuUr, ^^ ArrivalAnd Departure of Mails. BAOJDrrABT daii.t...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 189a THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the Si ANDARD it in Clark'^^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number ia a$8. AdvrrtlMimraUwill be received at the Butte^urBoe of the Htanpakp till s o'clock^P M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning'* paper. TheStandard Ii delivered to Butte subturlb-^eri early every mornlntt. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. Connectionwith Utah ft Northern train tor^PoceteUo and point^ east and west on Union'^Pacific. CIXWINOAND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. Closet. Arrive. Mallfor California and the ^:^0 p.m. SouthernStates.:;^^a.in. t.:wa.m. Mallfor East via M. C. Ry 2:30 p.m.; Mallfor Raat via M. ('. Ky 2 JO p.m. 8 40 p.m.^Mall for Went via N. P.Ky p.m. BUTTECURRENT NOTES. Hon.T. L. Greenough of Missoula vis^^ited tlx* city yesterday. AlexMcDonald, a well-known resident^of ('able, in visiting Butte friends. ('.S. Warren left for Hope. Idaho, yes^^terday morning to look after his interests^llierc. JudgeEd...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 189a lr\JKe SWim ONbTHING AND ANOTHER WHICH THE SOCIAL WORLD^LIKES TO TALK ABOUT. Kov.W. K. Sies in a|iendiiiB i^ few ^!^^^^in Butte. Mis*Column will i^a^^^ the summer in^MiMMiula. Mr.ami Mr*, II. H. Hog.- will almrtly^loavo Anaconda. P.F. Miller mnile a HyiiiB trin to Ana-^comlu laat evening. Mr.anil Mm. Wt, II. liulilwin ure MM*^liyine t!^' Miller rt-M^l^-tiee. Mr.anil Mr*. U ^^. lxi^iiuril arc- a|h-iul-^ui(r the clay at Silver laiae. Mi. Murray Mile* will visit lier frit-tula^in Anai-ouiln during the week. Mr*.W. M. Thornton Ntart^ to-morrow^for Portland, where iihe wif) remain ^ov^eral week*. L.R. Maillet of Butte ia at the Montana,^having just returned fn^in an extended^trip in the Kaat. Mr.and Mr*. (ieorgi- l.lnaley have taken^possession of the Lainont n-aidi-tu-e, for-^nor of ^ lak ami Fifth street*. Mr. Frank Kennedy started laMt inula^for Salt Lake City, when- nlie will k|m-iuI^the summer with Mi*. L.C. Trent. Dr.anil Mr- l/ciwr...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. HE18 A DEALER IN COIN AndHandles Millions of Dollars' Worth^Every Tear. TheMan Who Buys and Sail* Small^Chante What Ha Does With^the Nickels andlPennies Nickelsand.Penni^He PurenisW K11M11llii' Brooklyn Ktfb.i.i, Everyworking day, ck^^(l or sunshine,^during banking boars, a faded wagon of^Blight frame and leather covering, drawn^by a Roainante, with a meek visage and^tbe cut of a worker, may be seen ^ landing^a few minutes at a time in front of some^one or another of tbe many banks that^abound in the neighborhood of tbe City^Hall. Prom this wagon descends a man^with an active tread and dark hair gray^^ing under the rains of probably fifty^springs. In his band be holds a canvas^bag of large site and evidently of heavy^weight, which be draws from the back of^tbe wagon, and wjth which he enters a^near by bank. If he does not take a bag^into tbe bank the process it reversed and^be emerges with a large bag of money,^deposits it in the 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. — 8 June 1890

f THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. Sportirxg. AUTHENTICACCOUNTS AM^) TIMELY ITEMS OF INTEREST^BRIEFLY TOLD TO STANDARD READERS. ON THE DIAMOND. ii^^- I iiii ii ii ii i .1^I o ^ fl ^^ ^ I^iii. i-rrins. Cine wadswialli11ml Kalrl^e\ Yealenla^ anil All^Lames Were I'laycil. I.I.AI.1'1l.AMI^i I'U'VkLAMi.June 7. The ( 'IfvelamI-^OMNM MMN chilis playiil sM PMM |Mtrf|mmm MM* l.'J*^ MsflSsMi^I'irst game: fk11 Ma1^ 1 Mragn 0 ^ '-' Hh, I'liM lmi^! i'. ^ Im-atio I.UMli. i llll'Hpl ^ hattt i !^^ Uniniri.Hiiii'hliixMi ;*ti^ 1 ainredjre. umpire.^I \n-1.^Si ciiiiiI : CteYt-laBil.. - ^^ ^' ^ .^ a u I - a iI,,ii I ii 0 ii ii 0 ^ U I Hitsi 1 i-laiul II. I liiravo.'-. batteries. Ilenliu^mill /mini'^'. 11I1I111 .mil Killrnurr. umpire. LAIl'll Nk Yokk, June 7. Tin^cluli MM MM game ii^ MM^to-tlay. 1MMWMM l,^^i. NewYorkn ^ 0 HoMon11 ^ ^ ^* ' ^ ^ 11 ^ ^' Hit-.Ni^ York it. notion JO; crmm. New^\..ik 1 Hiatiin Iiatlcries, ItiiHlr, ami Bin-fclf^ .^lietzelii ami liaii/ri; umpire. MrtJiSMle. Ci...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD PACES o TO 12. THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. THECOURTSHIP OF ANANIAS. Tansjust outside tin- rity gate, Wheut-wninii shades were falling^That Ananias lingered lair. Misvows of love ri-calling.^II. il tried with all IiIh liiiielit ami main Withpity to inspire Iter,^Yet AUDiM all III vain Mailwooeil the sweet Sapplm a. Allfruitlessly my suit I've plied. Mynature s trails disguising;^When truth's own iiniiiiUiiienu 1 tried Vourcoldness was surprising.^Come. bend your wrinkled visage old, Andlint to your admirer.^Twhk thus that Ananias Isilil S|mkeunto sweet SupiihirH. Your eyes are dull as those of fish;^Your mouth's a yawning eluism t Vour faee ii like some senseless dish :^Your brain- 'tis protoplasm; Your form siuucesU 'excuse met Nines;^i if fear yoiire an iuspirer; Twas thus that he in tender tones^Made love to sweet Sapphira. ^No longer sigh,^ sue quickly cried,^^ I will return your iiassiou.^'Twill do me iiroinl to lie your liride. Youli...

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. — 8 June 1890

XO THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. Woman'sWorld. APLEA FOR llimill IIM AND UNMATED WOMEN-A NEW^FAD WHICH HAS STRUCK WASHINGTON VERY HARD. Inthin land there in very Uttlo fjnw^for a homeless M, says tlie Burlington^Harbiw.irr. He is n social trump. As a^rule, ho ran ^Her |*x^r excuses for^lua condition. Hut tin- miniated anil^homeless woman. wIkmm- lirow may never i^lie crownesl with the l^ay* of liouseliolil^authority, claim^ not our pity, hut our cs- ;^term, iMiraclmiratifin. IHHM it is ^o^^always her fault that she ha* M home.^Sometime* she hasn't ha^l a chanee. Ami^we love these unselfish ami devoted liven,^whieh work in Hingle harncHs, and curry^ko rlieerfully life^* Ittmlens and fan*,^with BMW of IIiiim' lieautiful ineenlive* to^duty whieh animate the married sister.^For ^he, the patient, clieery gleaner,^ha* never euught the speaker's eye. ;^and to her Hoait can never lx- j^more thun a brother-in-law. Alone I^^he sings and Klculisand Bathers after Of^rea|x-...

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. — 8 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. 11 THEIRONLAWOF WAGES AnInteresting Letter Fran I f ell-^Known Writer on Labor Topics. ThePrice of a Day's Labor Gov^^erned by a Standard of Com^^fort and Decency Tha Law^of Supply and Demand. TIiomjwho toil for a living need no dia^^gram to explain to tbcm the significance^of the term, ^The law of wages,^ writes^Dyer D. Lum in the Carfienler. They^keenly realise that then' is some subtle^power, some impalpable restriction.which^net- as if with iron hand to repress their^Hhare in the distribution of wealth. Adam^Smith said that labor created all wealth,^hut he also says that wages are deter^^mined by the standard of comfort and de^^cency, below which it would be indecent^for even those of the lowest order to sink.^David Ricardo, who early in this century^reduced political economy to exact and^logical precision, defined the law of wages^to be at what is culled ^the subsistence^line.^ This, Malthus pithily described as^^food, clothin...

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. — 8 June 1890

12 ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8,1890. TAUGHTBY J LIZZARD HoiLord Aylesford Broke the Bank^at Monte Carlo. TheEccentric EnRll^hman Won Half^a Million Francs by FollowInK^the Tip* Given Him by a^Chamellon. Krutn1 Ik- Clncutiu Mail. Tti.y men' talking about alliRutorn ut^tlie I'nion league club the other day. A^gentleman in the |iarty bail Just returned^from Florida, ami ba^l Ikh-ii telling itomo^rathrr arrobuti^' hIoHch about shooting^Iho naurinns from the di-ck of a river^steamboat. ^An alligator.^ hi' explained,^^in only a bin liiard. anyway. All these^legged and tailed r^-|)tileit belong ^^ the^Name family, but vary in site and habits.^Wliy. I've wvn liianU an inch long and^alligators M feet, yet their anatomy is^about the name. Sitenkingof lizard*,^ said alKitber^gentlemen, ^reminds me of a story in^which one about two ami one-half inehoH^long played a prominent part. Hid any^of you ever know the late Ixird Ayles-^fortlV He die.l in Texas a couple of yearn^ago, I belie...

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. — 9 June 1890

rintedseven days In the week,^he cheapest and best^per published In Montana. -'i r Theonly Newspaper In West^^ern Montana that goes to Its^Readers every Monday morning ~7 VOL.I.-NO. a4o. ANACONDA,MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9. 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PROFESSIONALCARDS. I).F1TZUKKAI.1 DLICEMAGISTRATE, .Il'STICE OK THE^PEACE. NOTAKY IT'IH.IC, CON^^VEYANCER. ETC. tSi:.^^^*., Anaconda.Mont. r, I HKISMAN, I). 1). S. nee..list Street lletween Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana.^KXIKACI'KD WITHOUT PAIN^|.riK'^^. All rlasse* of Dental Work IKTHby a in^ev A111 ins; claxs manner. Artlllclal^Teeth Wllliout Plate*. W nMsn MOUM ANDSCKOKON,^KACOXl'A- montana Offleela Uam-lt ^ Jacky block. Kesldenceon.^-eond itrect west, opposite Montana Hotel,^ul* iin.iuptly attended to. Graduate of Ht^jul* M-uieal College. SHOTHIM IN THE NECK lr.Hale Got the Drop on His Brother^tn-Lai, Young lr. Coiles. TheSon of the Famous Cleveland^Editor Kidnapped His Own Child^^A Sensational Tragedy^In Montreal. AMURDERER. toK...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, iSpo. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN^THE YEAR. Tn DMttal Ptper o* Deer Lodge County Deliveredt^) mrrlrr or mail H^ ten dollar* ^^vesr, Mat ^li^llar^ ;t VMM or one^Ml * Mli THESTHNDHRD I*the only rtslly new^|^|^er with telegraph dl*-^pati-hes in I ^eer l/xliie eoiinty. It print*^n.r re tetegnphie news than any other^newnpaper In Montana. .'orretpondeneeand hutlneM letter* ihoiild be^addretned to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Main and Third afreet*. Anaconda,^Montana. MONDAY.ICnt, Kx- lovernor Koraker lias been moved^to say to his republican enemies in^Ohio that it is much better to lock^arms than to lock horns. Foraker has^lieen learning wisdom from his exper^^ience with Sherman. The trouble in^^ ihio now is to lind the key to the sit^Mtfim Itwas bad enough to meet the solid^^ ipposition of the pronounced Wall^street republicans who were brought^into line by Spraker Iteed last Satur^day. Hut matters are made worse by^the fact that He...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1890. NORTHWESTNEWS picsof General Interest In the Poor^Hew States and Elsewhere. MONTANA. Theeastern wool buyer* are scattered^er northern Montana gathering in the^IMH at fair prices, t.rcit Falls ami^L-iitou will 1m- the centers for the wool lis. Attachmentsto the amount of |U^,.r^Utl^ive liecu j^laeo^l on the Pine Creek Mill^Mih. if ('oniiiaiiy'f. pro|MTty at Pine^i'k l.y the Dillon National luiuk. //... Mrriw. JohnHoffman wan l^rt^ii^lit up liefore^istiec llohleu. at Dillon Friday, eharged^itli n^-,. ::: with intent to kill, the vie-^in licit _r .'lis wife. Mrs. Hoffman. The^^fcnilatit was hound over to tin graml^ry in the mm of tist.uno.^('. VanBlankeiiKteyn came down^inn t! ^- liosebuil on ycstenlay's train^id is , rts that a pi rson call jro any-^lierc the table lands in a Mat boat. Ill^KaiiI to the Indian scare. Van says the^leyeimes arc anything but harmless at^^esent.- Y^llim-stunr Journal.^Work will commence on the great canal...

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. — 9 June 1890

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 9. 1890. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. trainsahhivb. mOA A. M. From Huttr Illiittr at ^:^0^A. M.. s. 1 \^^ 1 How i i!' A M..Stuart * ^ A. M. 11.ftO A. M. Kn^m Hnttr anil (Jarrimn-^Uavaa Bull.- at IO:Si^ A. M., Silver How II -Hi^A. m.. Stuart IIM. A. M. toun.Tta at Htiiart^with train wlilrlileavi-atiarrlain at in *) A. M.,^Dw Uxtire in 44 A. m. rtOvi P. ft. From Biill^- l^^^ BoUri 8*1^P M Hllvcr How 11S1'. M.. Htuart* 4or.M. Hoo P m. Kvoiii liarrlHon l-^avra ^iarrl^on^tmr. WL lKt r la*** 6.47 P.M'; Stuart 7 ^* rm TRAIN*DRTART.^* *0 A. M.-For tiaiTlton-HW^rt ^^^ A. Mm \oUA.M.-For BuUi- -Htuart at MB A.M.,^Wrrrr Bow lo-mi A. M., ariivtmat Butt*. W:la iiab'r.*.-For BtMa ^ ^ I^jttztthJ|'f!X^at Htuart s .i^. l^-r 1/xiiic 4 -oa, (tarrfaoD 4 SilverBow 3 45 I^. M.. Butt^^ 41 MO f.M.^1 IB P. M.-For Butt*^Htuart at r. E,^SUr^*r Bow mia P.M., arriving In Butt*, 1* Arrivaland Dapartura-o* Mail*. MAIL*pitakt dau.v ro*^Ocrr lxxllf. Hrlma and potoU North lioW^5t of H...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 189a i THEBUTTE OFFICE^Of the S7 ANDARD U in Clark's^Bank Building on the corner of Main^and Broadway. The Telephone^number U 258. tdverUMsaeatawill be received it the Butte^ofllee of the Htahuakd till I o'clock^P. M. for Insertion In the follow^^ing morning't paper. TheHtaxdard li delivered to Butte subscrib-^en early every morning. BUTTERAILWAY GUIDE. MONTANAUNION. 1KM p.m.^II Jip.ttl. 7:B0 p.m. 1KM p.m. 8:30p.m. 1:40 p.m. UnionPacific Kxpress ...^PocaieUo Accommodation^tforthere Pacific Through N.r.Heteaa'ai Mlsiotilaft^PbUrpnborg Acm'dst'n^AnacondaExpress ... AnacondaExpnw AnacondaKipriie. Connectat Stuart with local Anaconda tram^^ Express. Arrive. Leave. 12:10p.m. I tlO:Ua*.l*lsWa.1^t 440 p.m. tioiiovm. It5:00p.m. (Map.m. MONTANAi'CKTRAL. Connectionwith Utah ft Northern train for^Pocatellb and* points east and west on Union^PactOe. CUMINOAND ARRIVAL OF MAIM. Closes. Mallfor California and t be 6:40 p.m. SouthernStates7:30 a.m. Hall...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1890. MINERSAND MINING. Reportsof Rich Strikes, Mei Prospects^and General lining News. TIkLoiif Pine mill t^tur^^-^l up ^'^IK wry'i Flat lout Tui wluy. ll i^ workinir^on M from tli^- IVtinirill mim- iiihIit^Ioum- 1.1 tin- Jny Hawk MiiiniK ^ oiii|^;my. PMmTrihimr. At.1 il^ |itli i^f ll:.' f^*^,t M i-i^lil f^'l vein nftin^al war. ^lrm k in lln-artixiau w.ll'i.ar I'nion P.i.-itl. ^I.'ix.t HI Wr mn.. I'lic .icti.f '!^^ loVHM) water hriuif*ItinMJM ^f it ^^ H-' ^tii'facc. Tin\. .^^ .\i.; '/ci^,./ soys the Mi-Hit-^luott roui|^any Iiiik liail t^^^ a^^ays inailc^fioin I B ^.n ki^ of MC now ii-aily '^^'l''^mint. Auay Xo. 1 went KSkMi ^^^ ^p|x-r.^KM fold ami ^. ailrer: Intel. flKUMt aaaaj^So.:^7M io|'l^i. MUO tfolil ami It^liver; total, m.P. Two hundred ad-^allliiinl in k^ will be al naoe ailed ami^lii'M ^! ^ !. a ^ht|^inent of nij sh U- will Im'in...!'. Ma ban ,\ Unafel at An.nla Ii.im.1 afieeimen from tlx McDmmuM.^wbieli .ii-s.iyt. ^ITi. in khIiI...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, i^90- 7 THESEA PULL. It I.Ike. Kllssarste and MM^Weather. Fromthe Times-Democrat. Visitor*to the water front of late have^do doubt noticed that the uoi^y, white-^winged sea mill is no longer a frequenter^^^f that busy neighborhood. With the^breaking ^'P ^ llar^l winter *^^*' *^^^^IMtcks up hi* thins* Mid leave* for a more^frigid clime. He eamtot stand balmy^breese* and warm sunshine. Hi* *y*tem^erares blluards and cold drissling rain,^and hi* yearning in this direction 1* *o^tttrong that even the tempting dainties on^the garbage scow do not tempt him to^^tay. Itwas a common sight every afternoon^during toe winter to see hundred*^of the graceful birds flying and^screaming along in the wake^of the deeply laden scow. Now the^scow move* on alone to the dumping^ground on the other side of the bay. With^the return of cold weather the gull come*^back to another season of wet and gar-^bag*. At present the Taeoma gull la so^^journing in the regio...

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. — 9 June 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1890. SEVENOF THE EIGHT Fatallerraination ot a Young^Fishing Excursion. lens Trit- Boat Capsized and All Were J^Drowned Save One Who Sank^lor the Last Time tout^Was Saved. Hi-1o\,.Iimm x. Tlii^- NMvnlag aisM I yout.,1iiiimi -tui'U-il fur u IUIiingo*riirifc^ 1^ill a k.iil l^Mt. WIm-ii i.ImuiI a mil. fri.in ,^Thinii|^nuV inlunil. iii HurclMnttT hay, j^the ' it h^ ktrui k liy .1 ^|iiall uml oa|v- '^sjsjsxi. All liiii one srrn kwiitiiucr*. ImiI^inMr.nl ^f trying In ItlH ii^1i^^it. tlu-y ,^triiil I i pliinli iiit'i Hi'- l-'-.tl, whii-li was mi t^hcuvily lisllsatad ilmi tin ir ^i-i^lu VMM^fori i-la i 'm in-.iili Iks -infai i'. limine^ttwm ^^riiKKliiiK in^alir. In tliis niaiiliii tin itrvnulli of' lln- mu'll was | iMOstedatxltinysankone i^y inn-until^hut him'wu* Ifft. I*li^- ^urvivur, Waltal^Oliinl.in. Iiail sank for tin- I in-1 time wlii-n^tilt' hout, in nunc i aim- up lllllK-r liim.^lifting liim alhivi- tin- Hiirfan . Hi- tlmiliil '^ill an ti...

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