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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 4 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, itt* 5 SOGLAD TO SEE EACH OTHER. ~** MlaUtor IHwtMP CmiMm. WAHHiNt.Tow,l^ot. 3^Taui Twoheln,^the newly appointed minister to the^United State*, wu to-tlny preaentetl to the^president by Secretury Blaine. Tin- min^^ister'* atltlrcss wuk a* follows: Mr.preaiileiit. air: I have tin- liotior^to deliver t^^ your e*eelleiicy u letter which^my aiifpixt *overei|iii, the emperor of^China, Iiuh utltlrc*Ktil to you, acrn diliiiK^me a^ envoy extraordinary anil iniiiiHter^pleni|^oteiitiary to tin- flitted State*. It^become* my duty to accept thi* ini|k^rtulit^charge to which I ^im called, ami I^VHUmn it with plcaatire, feel^^ing a greater degree of eon tldeilce^that I may aueeesaf ully uccoui|^ti*h the^(lutie* iif my mission, beeimae of your ^ x-^L.:eelletiey'a well known high MM al.il *p'HvroiiH courteMy. Mr. I'reaiiloiit. it will^be my constant aim to aid and strengthen^the amicable relation* which now exist^hotwt^eii the f lilted States and Chi...

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. — 4 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 18891 LOUISIANA'S LOW LANDS WayIn Wailstana, ^^ ver^ W^** aira^. ThervUvr^l a aiatwvd graitMi. tlry a-alltil Mm lvin|m') Snow,^lie nlayitl .Mi tlr liaiija* antl ^^^^ ^v^^^**^^ .^Fur rtiAiug on ^^^^ Is**** he ^^^ ^^^^ ^rt*ata**H t*ls*r IMiiMuiut lira IuimU. hi* ImihIm, startasl^^^^ t^i Hay fur hortl*. l^*'^etc. nuchlaittl INaii|s- rscsari.liim.. , He ItMHItetl Is-faSI* l^- Wa'lll Wtt ^ l^ig KlH^^ t.f Am^iuiU,i^l^Hi|t tic nswl In* MM samiftlitui- alark M-la*Vu^^iiit^ l^^ *'^l^-!^^ break a iil-ncer'*^^S Mayshe *i^l^* tlsrk bmp nia^\a* ^hmik ^r else I'll *i'l^^ your face.' ...^Hul ala* alark he ilialn'l wvm tummr fnsii mil lit SorfrJ's ill*^ Iwu-k'lic en^*^! hi* head, and al hini In-Weill chunk.^Wha-n ri^iti|i^') In- fiMiml imU Insl it ^'^^ ^lolhliur huta Ktiini|^. lie*luin|i It |irmed a little liant. lis, liaril fair ISaiiiM'y'Mwool.^Kim- whan dry |iull ile hlck,*r^ mil ilf^ found it in mill.. .. hi*,null', ami I^i111 pay In-sk found li-...

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. — 4 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, x^ttfc JOHN W. MACKAV1 INDUSTRY. WwnmUse New York World. Amodwt looking tray that contained^^.he lunch of the prrakWnt of the Commit-. ^ .. Hale.M.* company wa. carri^l into the T^j3ft^J*^',!^^ ^S^fcif *!'S^ff,,*4^top floor of No. 1 Broadway at 1 o'clock affordto mo broke,^people will i ay. thisMTWt U of^only a bluff. It amount* to not nine. It^to a funny thine if the mw will make lar^^ceny out of a man holding on to bto own^check that be has in bto own pocket.^^And ^Tom^ Collins closed the inter- yesterdayand put before a large, gruy-^cyed and serious-lookinc nan who sat^in one of the many rooms occupied by bis^company, iraiing out over toe mairiiillcciit^expanse of New York bay. From BUM or^Mi in the morning until 5d^ or B in the^afternoon John W. Mackay works tliese^(toys as steadily as the humblest tele^^grapher in his employment. He loves^pleasure of the right kind, but lie loves I^work more. Said a friend who often^dines with hi...

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. — 4 October 1889

T THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1889. REVIEWINGTHE CADETS TUBDelegates to the American Congress^Entertained at West Point iMflrtacMMMM ^** ^** ' ^*^^,^n^ ^,r ty^~^rMtralta Pimalfd by Mr. Chi Ma^(Mwntl Nhrrniu'i Tuurh-^Mpeeeh. Warnpoint, x. y.. ^^ct. a. -We^t Point to-dayww the aoem- of impimiug iifr-^motiiea which ere destined t^ heroine n^o-^moriul in it^ annuls. Tin- visit of tin- In-^t^-riiuti^^iial American 1-onaress. anil tin-^on veiling of the |^^rtruilH of Grant, Sheri^^dan ami Sherman, pn-wciiti-d Ity (iiK)rRi'^W. Chillis, wi n' tlie princiiwd featurca. A^apcciul train containing the ^1^-I^^^^;^t^to^tho InUTii.itioinl American congress 11 r-^rivitl iilnMit :^ o'rloi-k. Cmi-tIium-h u waited^the delcgatc^aiid tlwy wnn- drivrli to the^residence of Superintendent Wilson,^where u distinguished company hud^asai-mlilcd to welcome them. The^hoouiing of cannon uiiiiotiiieiil tin-^arrival of the distinguished guests. Tin-^secretary of war ^a^ tin- Hint to alight^fro...

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. — 5 October 1889

VOL.I ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. ncDONXLD 81'KUKUNDENTIST,^omen ovku jos. rnuui Co.,^Pint Street,- Anaeoada, Montana. f.l. st. jean, a.b., lt.d.. cm. Residenceon Second street, St. Jean building. Officeuu First St., in tH. Jean Building.^Ufflce Hours: 9 to W A. M., 2 to c and 7 to 9 P.M. t.d. fitzgerald, POLICE MAHISTIt A1K, JIT STICK Of THK^1'KACE. NiiTAUY PUHUC, CON^YKYANCEK. fcC Flrt Street, Anaconda,Motit. THETICKET ALL RIGHT Reports No Returnsthat Disturb the^lade Yesterday. octoberRsCING. J.R. BOKRWBN, ATTORNEYAT LAW. MAIMST., OVItK BAKKKT * JAI KKl'lt hTOHK,^Anaconda M..ntana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practicesin kll of the State aucl I*lilted State*^courts. Collection* promptly made. Simm-ihI at^^tention given to Minium Properties and Mining^Uiw Keal Kslatc, Loans and Insurance. Pntp-^erty Kciii.mI and Kent* Collected. Ofnce risims^8 and 4 Mattle Block, corner of First and Oak^street*, Auacou...

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. — 5 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ^ ttt* THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. byrwrrto or mull at In dollar* ^^. On* doUatB ^ quarter or one TUBSSTRNDBRD eoljrdally newspaper wilh^k-lmr^ph dim-^In Iteer l/vlge roiiBty. It print*^telegraphic news than any other^In Mo ndbualne*. letiert ^ou^1 ^^^ to THESTANDARd.^M,n, Mnln *M Ml ^treet^, AnacondS.^Montana. SATVRDAV.(M TOBKK ft. 1W^. Thedemocratic majority in the legis^^lative vote remains unshaken by any^returns received within twenty-four^hour*. All the news received yester^^day strengthens the est i mat is made^sine* yesterday morning. Every effort^will he made by the republican man^^agers to count the victors out. They^^r*^ at that business now; and it is^enough to say that they will surely fail.^The people have- fscortled their verdict,^and the people will stand by it. Ordinancenumber two. attached to^the new constitution, provides for the^official count of the vote polled at^Tuesday...

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. — 5 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1889. AMYSTtRY IN A HOLE mtttte Ways la WUtk Ckl^M^m ^-'nn Be Cake^From the Chicago Times. Saturdayafternoon a solemn-faced man^was walking rapidly down the west side^of Clark street. When half-way between^Monroe and Madison lie suddenly stop^^ped, with one foot in the air, and assumed^a listening attitude. Then he stepped^softly to an open eoal-liole at the ^-dge of^the pavement and peered down into the^black depths. As he looked au expres^^sion of great astonishment spread over^his face: then lie lifted his liead, oust an^inquiring glance about, stroked his chin^in a bewildered manner, and theu eom-^menccd to stare into the hole aguin with^renewed interest. Around-shouldered calwlriver who bad^been watching the man crawled down oil^his perch at this point and took a look at^the hole. Then a dago fruit merchant^left his cart and Joined the pair at the^oiteiiiiig. Next a portly old man in white^whiskers and s|^ectucles stopiicd, too...

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. — 5 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ^ Xttp. OCTOMR. TRAVELER'SGUipE. tka1nsakkivk. ItiSO A. M.- Krtmi tin* SsHitti. Kant anil V^v^ Baltr al MflB a. M . Silver How lo*.!^A M . ^inv^^i'ii ii :ia A. M.. Mtiuirl 11:1.% A.M. no I*. M. I r.rtii liultt* I**av..^ Hutte nt .'..:^^^!^ M . HilvsT Row .v+t T. M^ Onus-oil ^ ^i Ml 1 ^^M., Stuart 1-:^W 1*. M.^ lSAor.M. From all mints on Northern la^t-UV railrtswl. I^s. r IxhW an.l Warm Hi.riutn.~_^|Mvr t.arrisssn at ^:-Ju P. M.. l^*'^r l-s^sl^;^- ^.:!.^P.M., Warm S|iriu^tm 7:jo I*. M.. Smart .::^..^P. M. THAIS*PKPAHT. A. M.-Kor Hluart. Warm Serines. I^rs*r^1-osier. Harrison aii.l all lotal |^oiiii* l*s-ts.^-ii^Misiwnila ami Helena, nirlii.liiie I'hllllisilssirg^aiasfsr Omrsoti. Silver How ami Itntt.- Irani^arrives at ^iarri^.n at in A. -W., at Itutte* ^*^^A M I'.M.- For Muart, Oreeson. ;-ilvs.'r '}^w^an.l Butt.- Arrive* at ^^it.- till p. U. Vtm-^a,v|^ ^t smart with train for ^.arri^^n ami all^poinm KaM ami tt'^l on Northern I as-itls- ...

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. — 5 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1889. OFFWENT THE GOLD DtriaiRobbery Proa u Oflct of the^lorthera Ptcilc Express Company. i4 ; n DIMValluml at |3,MO Hlolon at fWl-^^^^Kansas City KM*^Two Others Armtod h^ !^^-^IcctiVM on Htisplclo*. Pbilipnhl'R(, Oct. 4.^About ten day*^Aaont ITe^M-u of tlie NortlH-rti Paoillc^^ipmw coni|M^ny, wan relieve! from duty^at thin place to take chant** of the expreiu*^^flic^ at Miawouta, to which pluee he pro*^^eeded on the following day, leaving liis^relief in charge. Tliat t'vciiiiiR the Ho|m-^Mining company sent to the express ofilce^as was their custom, several l^;irs of gohl^bullion, and receive*! a receipt for^thrm from the agent. The agent^left the liars on the scales, and went to^his hotel for the night. On returning in^the morning he found that the ottlce had^been broken into during tin- nii.-lit and^two of the liars, vittucd at in^), bad Im-cu^removtsl. He r. ,^ ^:-i^ ^^I tlie ense to his^company and the polit e. An inveittiga-^t...

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. — 5 October 1889

1 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, i88t TIM^1 mt Hw MUt.^Hira inrrr the clouds a Sunlx-iuii Klumr. wluh*far down iiu^lir Imn.^With a sulAtr t-barm thai woo all her own. TheMini Kk'aiuatl, fair aud dim. Helooked no h^T with Ilia !^iirninic eye* Andtouted to toll at her f nl;^of all meet tiling* there under the skies ll thought her the Hung niost sweet. * liehatl wnml oft, at^ a SunlM-am may. Waveaud Itlisuusm and (lower.^Hut neter liefore hatl he fell the sway Ofa great hive'* midden |*iwer. Tallclmid inount^iiis ami vast s|*t ^^^^^, Windand tempest ami file^Wluu art- otwtaeie* sneh as these Toa heart that** lill.-d with desire'.' TheMist grew |i^le with a vague, strange fright. Ahfotid yet llen-e he eauie;^He was so strong and In- was no h rig tit. Andhis breath was a Itreatii ^.f name llolill he triMl over ^ loud aud Mai. Kolillyhe ^^;mi through s|^^^'e;^Hhe eaugh tiit- glow of Ins t ^i s afar Atnlveiled her delicate f;iee. t'losct^ lu* heart she w as cla^|^ed ami...

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. — 5 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1889. OREABEDFOR A PENNY. ItkMa Very 1 Irgi Cast's^Worth mf Trosbls.^^^as the Chlcatfo Timra.^^* j^llnancial transaction took place on^(be North Side Saturday uight, the result^ot which *m to break a Urge ^bH hole^in the peaceful Sabbath morn and frees*^op a friendship of several years' standing.^The financial part of the affair involved^two cents, one candle and little Billy Pe-^term^ who, if be develops alone his pres^^ent line, may yet become a Napoleon of^nuance. In the meantime Billy takes his^meals at an angle of 37 degrees, while his^ma and Mrs. Kicket* do not converse as ^lpUvc^rwberetike unhappy state of^affairs exist is a three-story apurtmeiit^bouse ou North Wells street. Kvery Sat^^urday afternoon the women folks on each^^oor scruit tlie stairs leading to their re^^spective landings, and by tliis happy ar^^rangement the suns* are in slii|i-shupu fur^Sunday visitors. Billy and his folks live^on the top floor and Mrs. Ku k...

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. — 5 October 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 18891 DEATHIN A SHAFT. rw, mm Old iMaWllle MlMr.^CnuM ml Kill**. UMMkSpecial t^^ IImi lt^^ ky Mountain New*. Ateleplione call reached the ofllr-c^of the rornntr at noon to-duy, noti-^fyiiur btan that a man IumI heen^killed at the Wolftone mine. Mr. Eel Car-^tar immediately proeetxled to tlie mine and^In an hour afterward* returned with the^remain a of John Lyon*. Tile full particu^^lar* of how the unfortunate man met Ilia^death are u* followa: Lyon* w.i* working^for Pat Boben ami ntlier*. who lutve a^leaae on part of the Brooklyn mine, and^Maiucvr J. H. SU^t*lHir^\ of tlie Wolftone,^allowed the Brooklyn men who were work-^ins near the lines of hit* |^ro|M^rty. tin- uw^of tlie eaaje. At noon the enffe Miirtcd from^the bottom of tin- shaft, witli A. L.^and William IVic- unit ^lo*eph Burncoiit^on board. When the eture ncun-d the ^M^foot level, the one used my the Brooklyn^men, one hell ^ im rung to Mop and when^it got to tlie station...

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. — 6 October 1889

lieJitiitf 0tti^a C67 ^*ov^irrisiNe WXTTH^ BUSINESS ^l^t^lC4 VOL.X.^NO. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. KCDONKLD SLK4.EONUKNTIHT.^^rru'K ovr.K .ion. i-kthmh Co.. - Anst-outls, Moo P.U. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. onSecond ^n*t, St. Jean Hutktlng.^Office on Kim St., in Ht. J^ :in Building.^Hours: ^ to A. M., - to 0 and 7 to I P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, POLICE MA(ilSTItAl E, JUSTICE 4^F THE^PEACE. NliTAKV PUBUC, CON^^VEYANCER, 4kc. FirstStreet, Anaconda.Mont. J.R. BOHRMHN. ATTOHXKVAT LA M'. MAIN ST., OVKK It A It It K T Jt .I.U'KKVll ^TOKK, Anaconda - Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. I'rw'tiri'Kin all of tilt* State and United Slut it^courts, collect ions niwnintly ^V. sta-ciai lU leutiougiven to Mining Properties and Mining^l.aw K^-al Estate, hniiK and Insurance. Pru|^-^erty Krutcd and Kcnls Collti-tcd. ^mice room*^3 and 4 MalUe Iths-k, (amf of First aud oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont. P.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S.^iMBoe. ...

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. — 6 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, lUfr, THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. trymrrirr nr mxll at trn dollar* a^. Uirwr ilnllai ^ a quarter or one^t month THRSTRNDRRD^aoly daily nrwapaprr wttto^rtftrraph |^i In lim IaxIrt county. It prints |^l^^l^vraphlo newsthan any fither^aewspapnr In Montana. j andiMisinowi Irtlmi ^h^ml^l be ! addward to THESTANDARD,^^t Main and Third ^tr^H^,^Montana. AnartMiila. RrNDAY,(HTOBER ^. 1^^. GeorgeWilliam ^'urtis in not happy^^rer the eivil nerviee methods of the^Harrison Hdiniiiistnition but then it^would take a great deal of MttttaU^^weetness and light to make Mr. t'ur-^tia happy. The fact that fifteen thinis-^and fourth-claHH poittmRstera have^hwn removed is a little tough on Mr.^Curtis, we must confess. Still, Mr. t'ur-^tis hopes on. and we suppose he will^hope on forever in spite of the growing^sentiment which he says lie notices^among republicans to drift from the^moorings of reform and in face of...

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. — 6 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1889. WILKIECOLLINS SECRET. arelts*Was n Mlavn to^nana Ilriuklna;.^Pram Um Han Kituk-Ucu Kxnmlner. Almostwith hm (lying breath Wilkie^Collins Mid: ^Iwant a simple funeral and no feath^^ers, no crape, no forms nor ceremonies. Hiswishes were exeeuted to the letter.^There is little to say about the iiiotle*t^manner hi which the master of so mat y^plots was laid to rest, but now that he is^^one all sorts of strange stories are cur^^rent about bis life and the innermost^secrets of the novelist who sought above^all things to shield himself and his home^from the gase aud comment off his fellow-^men, are the topic of the hour. EdmundYates set the ball rolling in a^signed article in bis paper, the London^World, in which lie says: Itwas during the proarcss of the^'Moonstone,' I rs-licvc, that Wilkir Collins^first acuuired the luilefnl habit of taking^sedatives, which lie continue*! more or less^thruugtiont his life. Excited lieyoud 1110a*-^lire...

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. — 6 October 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6. 1889. 1 OCTOBER. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. TMVIN*ahh1vk. tliSO A. M. r^Mil the South. K^M ami ^V.-s|^iMtn Hull.- at IOuV. A. M.. Silver Mow U'JM^A. M.. i:rct^^^sr^ 11:10 A. M.. Stuart II 1.1 A.M. :^^!'. M. From llnlle Uitvea Untie ^t .'.::^^^I^. M.. Hilver How .Vtt IV M.. liri-itsim'i. iH'l l\^M., Stuart ii:.* IV M. 7iAOT. %t. From all paint^ on Northern l^^-^rittr railroad. I kvt Ijakr ami Warm Serin-is^braivi' Harrison at IV M . I'^ ^^^ 1 a*rl^^- 11:47^IV M.Wami Springs - . jn iv M., Stuart 7 sift^IV M. train!*pki'vht. . ~. M. For Stuart. Warm **|^rinf^. I leer^hudm*. Harrison au.l all local |~^itit'^ Istsccii A. __ihij;c.. ^ ;n i is. ^n ;ui.. .. i. ^ .,. ,-.i.n-. Missoulaami Helena, tn.'lu.liiii: riiilli|.Hl^tiru^Aluofor lir.-usoii. Silver llov. an-l Butte Tram^Mrim ml Harrison at H^ A. M . at llrtte ^ :^*^^A. M Siftft1*. M. For Stuart, ^in-fusl, silver Raw^anil Unite Arrive., at llutt.- 4.1ft IV M i'rm^ncct^ at Stuart silli train f.^r Ha...

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. — 6 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1889. S THEYLIKE IT. tmmtml rarrvvnmAenr* of the standard. DmLoim.k, ^h*t. ft.^The ^twntewl auV^miration la ettprniaml here for the no-^railed Au-U-aliuii MyaU-m of voting. In^reading tlie law it ****nia ruiiibpinonie, I nit^in practice it work* smoothly. The juilirc* MAYEXTEND TO THE COAST. tkeO* With1^fc| Tnla^a Ks| mmi tothe Htandard.^kkat PaLlh, Oct. ft.^The ImporUuit^^^y which tlie Manitoba railway he-^eoni*** ahaolreal in a ayatvtn to he known^an tlie Ureal Northern railway, excite* continent liere. It is *tat^*l on ff***l an- andclerka off election here apeak of it* l/*h^citr that tlH^ deal inaurea tlie *|*^-^l.v working* in tlx' highest prai*^*. In the^largoat precinct here, where there were^W7 vote* caat, there wan no trouble what^^ever in the voterx being able. tn ra*t tladr^ballot*. At leant double tltat nuinlMT of^votea could have been caat in tlie Maine^precinct without any friction. The la-st,^order prcvuile*!, the elect...

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 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1889. aUm Orrlwnl.^Prma Ur I Vnlury.^The autumn Iravt** ^re whirled uw^^ ; Theaaitorc aklrs hmk ittmru^aHi fn.t.-al Arkl and wasnllaiiai* era).^AikI thr aluu-t-otaireil town. Thmuiciithe l^n^^ n ^^n-li^rtl ^^ bu^i^ ^;^!^^. Idsad-huea! sown iumI ImshI^Hhiw lauura, with a |^i^a-eful hiiiiIi-. amaiuVii |*rf au^l ic^mmI. Herateep, is-rem- ami ahua'-like rjrea^. Arealaiwim .ir.l licnl; lu-r faa-a-,^Whrre on Us- als^'^. |stle ahaaiaiw lia-a.. Ism.fi with iisim-la-Ms ^r*T. ThefntlH- siuil kMM| ha-r Imm! Thewar la-u\^-* ^l.m^-. aiMl lt*a|^.^Willi haiMl* b-lm-a- ha-r ^ ui^|^^l she ita^- Asill a wakiniz sfsjaa, ToIi.t the Hfh.-.l sl.i.-s art' hriifht. TlienwM't faiHi In fair:^A 1*1 new-r shown a fairer Until. \oilimit li*^l a softer air. OwUant l^^\ e! whaiar iiiuuia- ai t Tr:iiisimit's t^^ sun the shaile.^Tlune arc tin- l^:iin^ that till the liearl IKthis meek Quaker 111.ml JENNY'SCJIRL. 4.ra|hi^ and I'Mtha-lla- HM| ^^^ l '^iiliili'^^\^hll^svh...

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 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1889. LOWLANOFOLKS. Itmml^li frn.a tk*^Prow Um^ Detroit free I ^res*. Baxter'sPrmirie^ consisted of a wttle-^mmt nil inhering about twenty bouauo. It^had two ilom, blackaniith shop, a at-liool^bouae and a .very plain church, and tlte^poatofflc** was kept in the rear of one of^the atom*. In the evening moat of the^population gtltheretl in the acbool bouae.^four or fire tallow dipa were lighted and^an* off the audience announced the oltjeet^of the meeting to he to iiiterehaiige i^k*aa.^I got over nijr |M^rt of it an rapidly anil iw^graeefully aa poaaihle, and waa aucceed^-d^hy a citiaen who bail once bt*t^n In mitred^hy a aeat in the Icgialatnrv. He waa a^large alaveliohlcr In-fore the war, and Itail^not yet become reconciled tit the new^order of thiitga. Tint village blacksmith^aat near me, anil I iiotic^^d that he exhib^^ited much iiitereNt in the meeting. Myfrienda,^ Haiti tin- ^jiiilge,^ at* he^waa called hy compliment. ^I iiiuk wn^...

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 October 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, tttrj. DON'TEXACTLY LIKE IT BiropeuStatesmen View the Ptn-^AMrieu Congress With Alarm. mm HavrawnlIkr Mal-^*^ww In Lommw,Oct. .'^. Although deep inter-^eel is taken here uuil oil tli*^ continent ill^the meeting of tin* congress of tlx- Amer^^ican states nt Washington, this ^rwk,^opinion ia geiicrnlly a^iM|ieiidcd ns to it*^possible outcome. Tlw ^|s^^^cli of Si ^e rr-^tary BluilM' In variously commented u|m^n,^Iwit generally admired. It is looked upon^its more diplomatic than commercial in^tunc. TImti- i^ ^n impression^among mere tiautw in England^nutl France, interested in tin- South^American imHk' that nothing w ill In- done^to distiirtt the present commercial MM1^lion. Tin- statesmen of Europelook ii|mmi^the assembly of tin- congress with far^iMMrMWMt Tin ) mh in it political^coiiscoticiicc off large itu|s^i*t to l'iiro|^c,^Tliey nnd in Mr. Itliiinc'* address tori-^shadows of what thsy fear, although noth^^ing military is expresse...

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