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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 6 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. HOWIT WAS SECURED. JosephK. Toole's Memorable Plea In^Behalf of Montana. ANMrrluif Speech that Took Ihr Nation l^^ ,^Muriu ami ^t|^'iiml the n^;^to Ktatetiotxl. ToJust'ph K. Toole, more than t^^ uiiy |^other in.ill ia line the fuct lli.it the torri- '^tory of Montanu Iium state ImkmI in siu;ht. I^While a delegate ^^^ rbiigniM, Mr- Toole !^fought for Mtuti-hiMMl, in season atltl out j^of Wilson, his efforts culminating in the j^famous speech of January 15, at the^opening of which ho suhl on the floor of^the house of representative!*: Montanawas mr\ vil ^'it of Idaho iiimI on.tu.ii- j^lze^l us u territory May J.i, tsii4. our iiioktcs- 1^hits lM-en onward and upward from ili.it day j^steadily. We latsr iMir rutiui for statehood upon^no llliusy pretense, hut are willing to lie ulcus- ;^uretl liy tlie same standard proposed liy three- j^f^nilh^ of tin- states of the union al the time of {^their admission. We have outgrown a system ...

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. — 6 September 1889

_ THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. thai^m Never apokra j^w^ (irral Men. Fromthe t'lilcagti MM. American history ^^* '^^^^ ^^' llicnlclita^lliut an* striking ami of b^mm1 intercut.^Many of these hat I their origin ill tlx- |^^^velltM of tlM' flay, hut tlM*n^ art- a goodly !^number of sayings that an- imta^|Uf railing I^in tlie name of hiatory tliut MM tlicir e*- \^i^liiii'^' t^^ tin- imagination ^^r excellent ,^memoirs ^^f ^^nr annalists, aiitl art- hut tin- .^repetition of ImUnMI ami e*|^rcsa joint^that hatl a previous ami foreign hirth. j^generally under dissimilar circunistnrteca.^An excellent instance of thin kind of^liri'HKioii ia t^^ Is- foiiml in \\ i'listrrV eu- 1^logy ii|m^ii mi- ami Jefferson. Sinkor swim, live or die.^ etc. In his \^eulogy Wchster makes Adams nay: 'Sink or swim, live or tli^-. survive or^perish, I give my li.tiul ami heart to thia VOtf. Tlieprolmhlo origin of thia saying in^Webster's miml waa tin- knowledge of a^conversation in 1774...

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. — 6 September 1889

theanaconda standard: friday morning, september 6, 1889- TH ROM AUNT OF A HAIRPIN tlrmylittle cjctakcr, ciiim-i rtnt,^i im^|h-.I In tli.' corner of tin- ^ ^r, Iwatched ^.m l^-af from leaf ^ll\i^l^-^In that |mm^r novel ^Like it Slur. Your|utper-kiiife. 1 il^ declare, \\'a l^ut a lutiriHii froai yoiir hair. Amiwhile the hairpin leil tile wax. Itiiw xoh Hinile from imge to |utuv.^Ami notl ^our lieuil as if lo say: Till*Mtory .loth my heart cnicutfr. ^^Hut kiMlilenly, unlike a laiuh.^You shut Hie volume with a slain. Whatdl^l the precious heroine ilo ff^I'rove false, t hotitcli mokt ilix inclx fair, i^r ille untimely '.' Would I knew^That I mlKlit make the placid air Whereinthe uovelna exists Avery hurricane of lists Ah! WfHihl that I miirlit |^n a tale.^All fashlonctl for your ears alone : Alittle ship with kilvcr kail I'rcmkapphire se-a* of Kros Down, Hutno ! you put the hatriiln hack Amileft the train at lla.keunack ! I'itt*lmr\iiH.'iMilrh. th6rknsow. t'liaiiKt-fiilum twi- Andel Luti...

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. — 6 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6 1889. ISSHE A BIGAMIST Mr*.KaWr-rt Wmy Hamilton Matil t^ Havr^Ancithrr II ikImiiiI. ATt*AITH' CITY. Sept. .V There i^ u^Ktorx- in conucetioii with Robert Ray Ham^^ilton uml IiIh allc^iil wife. F. vall|rolillo,^that in worthy of Hifrni flout it mention. It^in that Mi^. Hamilton is a liiirainisl ami^that ulie was m:irrit^tl in Kuro|^o to Joshua^Matin, ami that Lunar i^ not lie son of^t.minima Swhitoti ami that the Utile irirl^in really the il.tu^litcr i^f Mann. Thi*^MHT wan privately circul.itiil a few ilavs^uiro. Inn was if^veii tio criilciicc. The^wmiiKkil M irv Donnelly ha-. roller -te^l it^ami it may (^^ ^.-.il^1 v have some foiiml i-,^lion. The lawyer who repres^^i^t^ tin^ ^le-^fcneo was asi^e I as to the triltttfulncaa of^this statemc-i; liy tin- iuj-irc.l woman. I'c^positively refiisiil to say. and si.He,I his^iluty as h-^al a^lvi^^r of Mr. ami Mis..^Hamilton pre* hi.I. .1 h^m frfMM gltlllg[ f. ^r iul^l:eatioii any at the materi...

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. — 7 September 1889

f DBCINYOUR SUBSCRIPTION^W**ITH THE FIRST M3NTH. niinmiJvt TENDOLLARS AR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. |ETXDUGRTISINC RXTBi^KT THE BUSINOSS OFFICB PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESS DR.D. HI uo^MM ov^Ktrst Mi-wet, J.F. DUNC,^TONSORIKL +^^HRLORS. I'UH.A1.11X .AJfll h i km I' ^r^. ONHLD KNTlrVT.nmw pbu^Anai-tntta. Montana. ANA*ONPA Hunsiuer, Barrett ft^Wholesale and k Kami!All ^ inler* I^NTiop on Kirst sin -* O. T. ONKRH 1hi 1 m^rt^^ ^ ;mtl I ^ FineWirves. Lii of Alanproprietor KIMIMM,tin- lull MONTANA urnett, 1Butchers. .-laity,of Cjeiriii'. \\ AtoMlA rs. AGAINHE IS THEIR KING ReturnFrom ExUeofJ^Jtaskf Ruler DIDN'Tv/ED HIS LANDLADY^AIU.rO* Ityn-f-ri-wftt fur Hr^/k#York, S^^|^t. ^^. I'AI.Aik hami'i.k Kimiiiihin llif t Uy. Afi.'U'iuiila,Mont. Kirststreet, lie .^ H i'. ^-itk*t ii K HANK i MAKKSA Sl'KCUfLTY OFFISK CltiAltS^iHiHMi uyu/'oirrKii ami kkv aa kmt. Y/ F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B.yM.D., CM. Kealtleiieeon Nti-tintl mi. i-t-**U. .Iran fiuilitinit;.^OflW-c on Kirst St., in ...

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, i^9- THEAXACOXPA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY THE Itetlvered li^ carrier or mail at tell iloli^year, three ilollaii- a inuirtcr or imc^.lollar a in.mill THESTHNDHRD l the Jmilyjlaih ^ iH*w^|^t-por with leh*ur^l^h -patchesin lieor I .mine enmity. II prim*^i^ more l el irrapliir new s than any other^newspaper ill Montana. '^^m^^|^^:i.I.n amilinninc*-* letters^ail.lresMil to vlioul.tlie THESTANDARD.^Corner of Main and Thiril sliccis. Aiiaeunda,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. i^iir liiocrunr.^.Uisl'.ril K. TlMil.R.^I.cwj-. anil Clark Comity.^l*or l.ioiilrtinnt-l lev t'rnor,^,liill\ ii. i on \ISI^.^i hsht I'oimly.^Kor I 'ongrcss,^MARTIN MAtllNXIM,^I,r^i^ ami Clark t'oimty.^Kor ^ iitel .lustl ^^^.^MTKPIU'.N A. IWWnljr,^Mlvor How ^ onnty.^Kor Assoeinle .Instices,^KKANK K. ARMK1 'KtlNII,^i ;.-^it:at la ^ ^iniH.^W. M. l!l^ KKoi;n, Missoula^ 'onnly.^Kor Attorney tletieral,^W. V. PKMIIKKT*^N,^^ii\or now ^ 'mint y....

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. 3 Tand m^ quaint a^uauuta tlie pal k;^though tilie ttorr* me,^^ nw In the dark. Utilemlu an^Hbr adurea me. _^When aite meets softlyaliura she gently swing* she.^Hound ami round niy rustic i-liair.^Near aud nearer clear ami clearer^^Fairy muaie iloats in air. Nowshe presses ^u^tt caresses^On my Min-lmrneil, hiimul lirow^W hue Klie wiMMt me, sleep put sues me^Dreamy visions come and- o o-w!! -Timr. Afterall y^Hir golden dreams ofgolden fountains aud gnldeu streams. TileKweat of patient laltor seem* Ttrue ractohhcaii water. THINGSTHEATRICAL. Mine.JanaiiMclick, who is now in Row^ton, intend* to aet again during the u|^-^proocliing *euaoii. LillianNortlicn lias Im-oii engaged for^Abbey's ol-emtio tour of UMMi It in^stated kIic im to sing ^^i Tainauiio'h night.s. ThePhiladelphia Revtni thinks that the^his dramatic events of the ^ onuiig season^will be the H^k^th-M^^^lje.-.ka starring tour^unci Lawrence* Hurrett s original produi*-...

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. SEPTEMBER. Arrivaland Departure of Malls. M. MM \\. al- A.M.^A. M. r.EE^p. v A.M.^I'liur M\ll- MVM^ MIU^lWr loit^n-. Hi WW anal |^^in1^ North aUMlWa-sl ^^f Helena ^-'^' Butt.-fit*, M'^nt'^^ *' Bulla', llel.-na. H^-ar Waalta-. Miuirt analM ini. ~n;i^ *^^^ Itutti-,Hi-l.-n.i. all t-'asli-ru. soiiilia-ru amiWntrfi MatM a.la arr.alt^ ^ ^ ^^ 4'ahla-ami Pyri n.-, s. 11.^^^ A. M. M..u.!.'^. imulayanal l'rnla^. MAIL-tHRIVKHAIl.t run* Kat ami Itutti-. -V^Helena ami INs-t U^li:^' Butt.'( it \. Mont ^*^'^** Allpoints North ami Ka^; Carroll... ^ 4'alila-ami hniiifN 4.am I . M. I ui^..a^^.^^lay. Katiiriia^. Allmails i-losa- :^^ iiiinitti-i- l^-fa^ra- il.-|aartiiri-.^THE WEATHER. Tin-i!;iily record aif dn- tlirnii'inu trr ill^this city is n-|*aria-al liy A. T. I'layior.^druggist. Kirst i.mvi. T1h^ n-a-onl forya^tcrday was 7 i^. in.. Ml ala-gn-cs: M in..^degrees : 4 p. 111.. r.^ degrees : l^ p. in.^degn-cs. PMPwri'jifiiMri '^^ 'fca- Wnml'in...

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. THEBUTTE FIRE LADD ES winla IWfclelt ThMlm S|Mflll tti the STAMUKIi. Bittk,Sept. ^. ^Tlicre is pros | a set^of lively times in tlx- m^ur future^in Butte's tlr^- tlc|aii-tiiictit Kvi-^tlciieea of approaching;, war tire en^^countered at every turn. The situation is^peculiur ami somewhat resembles the dif^^ficulties winch a few years afro, uniM- in I^New York lietween tin- newly oivuuUttl |^paid fire tlc|atrliiie of that city ami t In^^famous old voltiit eer Hre brigade which,^in Ita day, wax oik- of the ts-st on thf con^^tinent. The Butte City lire britfadc wan^oiYuiiisttl in 1M7i^ and incur;-.rated untie r^the lawa of the Territory of Montana. It^la a clime corporation and is governed It}*^an excellent code of laws. For many^yeara this brigade did the city K^aal acr- |^vice in protection pro|a ,iy from deal rue- |^tion hy tire, and indeed to this day it in^considered one of the very licst volunteer I^fire conipniiiea in the c...

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. toldby tars. '!^^Ilumlml V Mb _j Hwmi in MM Mfek^In a selection ^^f ^.L^ri^t. fnmi inaiiu-^at-riuta of the thirt. -enlh and fourteenth^IMMM there is a Jeu d'ea|^rit turning^upon the ctnahict of landsmen at ^^mi dur^^ing ^ storm. A certain tt^a^aeiig-er, while^almost every one elae ww weepinir ^^r^l^ruyiii^. hegan to eat hi* Ml ^f salt u^'*^t,^aa if be exuct-tcd a famine. When asked^why be tiki no, lie replits.1: ^1 will buve t^^^drink a gr. at ih ul ^f water |^riHonily, ^-^^ 1^must eat salt meat. * This is like IU' talc^of a Spanish sailor wh^s wIm-ii suuiliarly^situated, la-gun to eat uwuy at a l.Kif i^f^Itrt-ad. His reason w.wt, ^M^-ih'^ut comer^uti pot|iiiti^ |^ara hcla-r Utnto,^ tone must^eut u little to drink so imim'bl. lleiuolia*^an aneieiit brrrk, iiihiii iM'liitf uskcd it lie^were not afr..id lest on- tli.ll w.mitl eat^him, replied: ^1 should not eonipluiu,^since 1 nave eaten so many ot iticin in my^life. Tlicfollow...

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. — 7 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. 7 ASPANISH CIGARETTE. Kit*, cotiir rfl! liw n riscnrfttr.^Just mi you ll^ it In Wmii( u^i^in I!^^ fur, ^^ ^^! ilujm w In n nr^t I iiift^My lUrk-t-yttl fair in NVw Mrxi.n. lo vim mnnulirr tliotu* tiny*. t'lili|itUe. illvrcI* st lniHk^ ami tin- Mr.^n:t^*r pair^1^^ur fatltrr'u lifrtlfin lirmnrlit to ^oiir In l, lri|^|iiii)[ with r^l. frtmi tin- l^. ;nl Km1! iriiil'.' Horn, JiiHt A plll'll of tlif r.i-ii.iyn Huwit llu\i^r^ III** poon-sl vwd!^A owl for tilt' liKlitti!^ pivxl! .^/^'; hr*tn: Ah,youth it I* t!uttIk tiff iuiltf.1: Ain I how you won hi:n to lif.- ntatiii, Bfiiilln.:over Willi infinite !^^^^^.^l.lH|iiuu tin' tiMiKiit* of your sunnv Spain, Fannin.;Iii* fori'Iicutl with soft, -.t ai^lis'.' HtsiM-ra hurt In hi* lu-art tlirr.' lay^Thau wlit-rf tht* Aiwwlif arrows nrlftl Twatia falr-liairtil jilay-iiinti', far away.^With blur eyjn traittir* auil l.p- tluit lii'ti: 1had a letter from her lo-nl-fht^^John, I wan wr.mtt! Twai a...

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. — 7 September 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7 1889. UNCLESAM'S PROTECTORS AlMlItwrihiu^I'Mlta-al ^-late- Army.^Wakhisiuton, Sept. ^. Tla- Subject of^tlcaertiou from the anny will he tr-eateil at^length in Uk^ fortlu-omins: r-c|a^rt-^ of tla-^MFirtur of war. It i^ one tlwit haa had^NwtvUrjr Proctor'a ^nu^t roiiaider-ation^from the la-irinniiiaT ^v well a* that of thc^^adjutant ipfiuTiil's ^t^ff. VarioiiH chituriK^in camp ami lumirk life with a view to^in-t-reaalita- tlto aoliliera eomfiat, and inter-^oat in nia command liare been^instituted notably comailiilntial na-aa^and canteen ayatema. These ltarr^worked well wlierever triiil. and^the riflilt lias la-en that the |a*roont-^aa*e of deaertinlia lias heeil il^*on*.^-^il^all hi* IMKi, Ofthe desertions' ninety-live |a*r eent.^oeeur anions men mtvmiu their tlret and |^aeeoiid year of enliatoiciit. Ill May, last,^M ajor Tbeo. Sehwuti, assistant ailjn- |^taut general, under instructions of Si-cn-^tary Vroetor. made a tour of iii-|...

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. — 8 September 1889

ECINYOUR SUBSCRIPTION^PMITH THE FIRST r*ETXDUORTISINC RXTH^WXT THE BUSINESS OFFICE TENDOLLARS A YEAR. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. ncDONKLD HI'KliKONDKNTIHT.^nrni'k o\ kh M i-ktickh ^^^^.,^first Street,- Anaconda. Montana. J.P. DUNCAN,^TONSOR1HL -4- PKRLORS, HElMAIN AM) PlltST HTM., ANACONDA .... MONTANA Hunslnger,Barrett k Burnett, Wholesaleand Retail Butchers. familySupplies a S|Mi*lalty.^All Onlera IH-llvereil frw of charge,^shop on first street- |M0NM - ^. T. ONKRHEIM Importerand Ik-alcr in FineWirves, Liquors arvd Cigars. Alsoproprietor of the HI Mil hami'I.k^kooms, the It nest Chili ItiMims ill the t-lt). fir*street, near Main.Anaconda, Mont. hx'iiIHITK Til K han K i If.4 KKS A SI'Kl 7-1 LTV Oh1 PINS CWA US^ImiMKSTIC, MMHI ami KKV ^W F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Kesiiletieeon Heeoml^Olflee on first St. street.St. .lean Itllililillg.^, hi St. .Ii .in lluililiiig. Officelliairs: U to 1- A. M-. a to li anil 7 to '...

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 September 1889

a THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. THKANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY IhIimti-.! itjr i-arrier or tit ^ 11 at ten tl'illar* n^year, three ilnllai^ h ,|iiaileroc one^.lollar a iihhiIIi THE STBNDRRD I*the toiiu;,! ul^ new^|n*.|^er wiili telegraph ili^-^pMM in Ii.it IMP enunt^. U print*^moi. l l ifraphii- n, Knlh.ui any oilier^n.'Wk|Ki|M^r in .Momana. C-orreni-Hitleoeeami huaineim letter* ^Ihmi1iI Im-^t*it^l|-f**oil to THESTANDARD. Cornerof Mam ami HM MVMtki Anaennila,^Montana. DEMOCRATICSTATE TICKET. Forto^\^ rn-.r.^.losl I'll K 1t^o|.K.^I.i'wIk iumI ( lark I 'inmty.^Mat I i-'iiti'iiaiii-i1 rin^r.^^I.HIN II. ittXAKU,^I MM* I'muity.^l'or l '.Higri's*.,^M AIM IN M UllNNIS.^Ijewi* ami ( lark t'ounty. For^ 1M .lu*l )tfi^STKI'HKN A. UttWOlK,^Hiher Bow fount).^I'or A***oei^tr ,1 untlee*,^KHAN K K. AHMSTKHMi.^llaluMin County,^W. M. lt|t'KFi^IM^. Ml,Mil.1 ( .Mllll) . I'orAI10111. \ ^; -neiil.^W. \. I'kmbkrt* ^n ,^Mhil |io\v 1 01.illy...

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 September 1889

N THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. GLIMPSESOF THE PLAYERS. fMaltarltlMof Homr mt thr A. AtHWhoAnm ilk* Town. Seenthrouith tlx- eye* of one- of the in-^(Ik-nee, De Wolf Hopper, who tit at preaent^playing ('(wiiurr in *H ^lover,^ is a man of^unusual alimneaa ami ili-lieai-y. He also^aeeina to lie appallingly awkward, and be^ia mo^in the play^ beeause lie is a eome-^tllan, and it la hia duty to make people^laugh. One of the men in the tlieatre last^night expreaaed surprise at Hopper's^ability to twiat bimaelf into ao many^k ha pea and to twirl bimaelf almut ao vio^^lently. ^He looka too weak for aueb^violent work,^ aaid the man. The faet ia^that Hopper ia not only not weak, but be^ia a trained athlete, with bleepta, leva, and^wind whieh make him an antagonist that^any man might he afraUl of in boxing and runnit iathe silleiitof the tlve preai A's,whieh he has built up to its present L- formidableproportions, anil there ia no^fear that it will ever languish while...

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 September 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. september. Arrivaland Departure of Mall*. anahpmi jr^rri pm IWrIxmIco. Il.-l.-im jumI points North an.lWt-M of HrlfimH.^^ A. M. Hullt- it^. M..IHw..hi A. M. Hult.*. lli*l.*n:i. l^-i*^r UnIjt.-, Stuart un.lMmii.-wrta3.10 P. M. Haiti..tl.*li*ua. all K.iMi-rn. S.Milli.-rn un.lw-Mtani MMaa ! ^ ^^! Carrotl^^^^ ^ -Mt.l^- MM IM-.-i*.*.*. 11.tin A. M. Moinla*.. n.-sla\ ainf Krnlax. aim^^^^ ^aiu raw Kanthii.1 Holt.*.A. M. Helrlutami I - |4M|;*VI1.3T. A. M. Ktrin,Mi J ^ }J- All|Niinl^ Norm 11111I l^.aMk.:it. I . M. Carn.llv .. ... . M 1'al.lcait.1 l^\ri-inf^, 4.^^ I'. M. lucMlaya, riiur*-^^lay. Salnr^1a^. Alimails ^*I^hu*:^^ iiiiniit.-k Ix-for.- ^l.-|^artiir^*. SmbmeripHtm*ta the Standard will re.^eeiretl at the h%u^iue*M afiiee. or ^tt the *tore of^Crocket ^f Kiua, Main mtrret. Ailrertixintj^rate* ran tie leainetl at the wmm ^Jffire,^Standanl Huildina, earner af Main and^Thirtt street*. THEWEATHER. Tin*daily ni-oril of tin- IMMWM ^^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 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. BITTERROOTJS AWAKE EierybodjTim Out to Hear Major^Illinois ob the Campaign Issue. ThatWor* at H^11 Amual. Ym^m* Flaw la a UUtrtrt Familiar^tm Ktrt-ry Old Mlaar la Specialto the standard. Mikmula, Sept. 7.^Major Mujrimiis^and Judge Stephena IumI a rousing iiitset-^iiiir at Corvallia lust niirlit, whieh waa^largely attended and wait one of the moat^enthusiastic of the trip. Thia evening a^meeting waa held at Ntcvcnsville, whieh^waa one of the moat at irring e ver tieltt^there^hy any party. At 6 o'clock thia afternoon a^a|mm^ial train left lien- with W. M. Biekford,^and ahont fifty citizens who went to Stev-^enaville. The party uaeorted Major Ma-^ginnis haek to Miaaoula. The trip through^the valley resulted in mueh good. Strongeiforta are made to bring Bitter^Boot repnhlieaua into line,lint the attempt^ia a failure. They have determined to^puniah the Kepuhliean party of Miaaoula^eouuty, and they will atiek to it. To-night^Major M...

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 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1889. CORNON THE COB. MykwerUM-arl rats ^nn ou llir Hh. rtnsweet U^ her |utlsl^- ami rye,^Thiiul: IU^ k.-in.U w^ msum Isilsuli Andset her tail' li-stare* aary.^- la Uutti-r Uii-|ii) iniuu-rMtl, ThinIhhnc niit with lu-r i Hi^r^ noli;^tMi, Uu^ of my ills is mm w^m4 My^*^^^ tlieait em* iurn am thr coot^IHi. eis-n ou tin- cob! I^h, corn on the ^^^!^!^It jitvr* nu- a \rry hmhI |wiii in lh^- kuoo ToIh-Im^I^I my own ileal- FttmrliMt lissitli ear to ear^In the eauiiK of cum ^^^ Ut* ^ol^. Mysweetheart rata rorn on the cel.. Amitaint* ln-r ii^mi^lrxii^u of i*-ail^V ilh the Barker's own total, tnai would r^m Mbrauly tin- loveliest trirl.^Iiiiui rclteet w ith a Kroun. Asmy t-ariluu- fin iiifctiiiiK^ '^^^^With anguish, liow ^an kIii- atom- Kureating- thin com on Hit* cob^^^ Hi, corn 0111 he rob! ^ ^h. mru ou the rob ^^It make* my i-sui'tuncus u|^ ami itown bob AaI think of tin- wo* Thatmust urlo* Iter, I knew,^When my *^^ tnllit art cuts com on ...

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 September 1889

theanaconda standard: sunday morning, september 8, 1889. HONOR'MONO THIEVES. TWTrwMMMvrmt a Charttabl* I lotitutIon^H^^ H^r IWkel I'lekcl of Its I^mU. KriMiith^ Chicago Tunes. Aft-w year* ago, at the* uiiproaoh of^the Christina* season, tlie iiianairers of^that e-xcelle-nt institution of cliarily, the^day nuncry, cave a fair to replenish their^treasury* aaya the PittMhura; lh*)^atck. The^fair ww very aueeeiwful, ami at its clone^the treasurer, the wife of a wealthy Phiht-^delphiun and a lady whose family is ex-^tremely well known in Pittsbura; noeiety,^folded up some fcffO In bills, the profits of^the fair, and putting-them in the pocket of^her dress started for home. The bills^were wrapped in a piece of note pa|^er. on^which was written this, or somethina to^the same effect: ^Proceeds of fair uiveti^for the day nursery,^ and the treasurer's^name and address. Itwas a disagreeable day, and she had^sent her own carriage home early in the^af term mm . Mrs. Blank, as we may call^her, ho...

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 September 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, il notesfrom butte Taplfmt Uwral lalrrnt t^ Our Many Kpn-talto I hi* standard. BiTTlt,S'pt. ~. -Mr. TlmmpHon Camp^^bell, chairman of tin- republican county^rrntml cotuiuittw, romra to tla* front to^^day with ^ couplr of hundred liaiid-hillM^which hp haa Inn I dist ributisl around town,^offeriiur a rrward of 90BO for tlM^ arrest ant I^eonriction of any imtmoii who rofri^tcrs in^any two districts or who registers ami ia^no* ^ ^|UaliflfHl vntiT at tlu- time. Tin-^fact that thia little Mil haa been dis^^tributed hy Mr. Campbell sIuhiIiI not he^au flic lent canac to induce the people to re-^lax their vitfilam-e over the actioua of^aome of Mr. I aiiiplieU'H political friend*.^It may he the old mac of eryiliK ^atop^thief^ to allow the culprit to get away. TheHoivlrr ia the name of a diwerodit-^ahle campaign aheet at present lieiug^issued in the city in tlie interest of the re^^publican party. No one ap|M-ars to know^where the paper ia prin...

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