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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 10 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, sM* 3 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE I m 'Sum(TFirrtU Itowi Seiertl Feet^the iir it the Anicondi line. APrtUttn Kiploaloa Will Prohaltly Cm*^^In HU Uft^-Or. tlbWHl lajurtaa'^ta Uw Late Kt r* Alan Thou(ht^Fatal Othor Mote*. BtrrTK,Oct. 9.^A terrihle accident oc^^curred tliia mortiiiiK ultuut 4 o'clock w hi rt-^by Jamoa O'Fairell, an employe of ttie^Anaconda mine, will Iom^ IiIk life. O'Far-^rell, who ia a atout young Irishman of^about 28 years of ntfo, wu liluatiiiK in the^mine at the Unto ^^f the ac-cident. He had^lighted three cluinpn, and all of linen i^failed to go off. O'Furrell returtieil to |S-^litflit them when one of the churife^ pre^^maturely diacliarsed while the unfortu^^nate miner wum almost alamliiiif overlt.^He waa blown sen nil feet, and when^picked up wum found to be mangled in a^moat horrible manner. From the uImIo-^ommi to the top of hia head was an uliuos.1^^hapeleaa mass of bruiaed and blackened^Bean. A large hole was driv...

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. — 10 October 1889

THHANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER io, if thrColumbus lM*i^at^li^tirt^t^eT't here! tlt-tolier's here!^The month of yellow l^mf and sere.^Tin^ mnotli when politic* run* high.^The nuolh of lurious |.uui|.kin |^lr. HieO Is for a thnumUKl ^Oh'a,^^Tkr O for corn that standi* in r^^^K^The T for trees of i-liaiiiciiut suit^And O for ort-liards robbed of fruit. TheB la for Ihe hww that blows.^The K for earth tlial mournful Krown,^And K. thr tost of nil lh^^ troupe.^For oyster fries ^n^l oyster soup. ASPY IN WOMAN'S CLOTHES. Isadnrmmm Olrllsa- In l-ls-ars But Mtroaa;^la Hindi. NewYork One. of the Cincinnati Knquirer Thereis in this town a beer saloon that^ia an accurate reproduction of a noble^baronial hall, with boar*' IioiwIk ami stags'^antlcra protruding- from the wall, with^huge tankards of antique mold lining iU^s-rores of oaken slielves, with a frieae^chuck full of ohl German Iwcctianuliau^poetry, and with huge log* burning in^majeatic Ore-placea. The other night I^found a...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 10 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. -Marvin rum down the homwlwteh^ad the whip frealjr. but the little mar*^her feet well and trotted under the^without a skip in 2 :!^^*. MikeCuahinc and^matched for a n 4 andsimple. A clltterinflt diamond would^no special attraction for the bride,^a irooiu cares not for a swallow tail^coat. They are satisfied with their lot. hareand the nospec) andin this lies the secret of^Better lis 'tis AustinGibbons are^ght for ^500 a side. The^California Athletic club has been asked^to offer them a purse, and if they accept^the fl^ht wiU take place on their grounds. BillyMyer, the champion liatot weight,^has received a telegram from San Fran-^clsco statins; that his finish fight with Car^^roll for $10,000 a side is a go. The fight^will prolmbly take place in Mexico. EagleBird, at one time the champion^trotting stallion in (^tdorado, was recently^destroyed at the Huerfano stock farm of^J. N. cfarllsle in consequence of an in...

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. — 10 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER so, 1880. .,i-.ii sou BONOSANO STOCKS. a*Dwwaa la Marki4 Valves the^Naw Yorh. K^rh^n^^. NewYork, ^*^^. 8.^The stork market milisliiiiigi i 111 t^ni^-than for any (lay dnrlnftlie paxt two week*, and material^^drannw were ^rami in all active atoeka.^The news of the day waa in the main favor^^able, and aa tlie day wore on the upward^movement became more pronounced.^BeportM that rates would he advanced to^and from Missouri river pointa helped^grangers, and there wua some rutiiifr on^pro flu during the day in the last hour, but^the market recovered its tone toward the^close, which was active and strong ut best^prices of the day. I^ccliiies to-night were^very few, and a Iohs of 1^ in San Fran^^cisco was the only one of importunce,^while C. C. ('. A St. Louis is up 2, and^Louisville A Nashville and Cotton Oil are^up 1H each; Sugar IS. Oregon Trans^^continental 1'4 and 1 mm KMI 1 per^cent. Government*dull anil steady. Thecloning t imitations w...

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. — 11 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER II, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE bycarrier or mall ^t ten it^^Uar^^yrmr. three dolla.^ a quarter ^^r one THESX^*MD^TRD keonly tUlly newspaper with telettraph ^li^-^pau-hc* in Hccr Ixslin- i-iMinty. II printa^^ IW^tcra|^hir nrwuthan any ntlirr^nrw^|^a|NT in Montana. San1 ^M^ amilusim-i* letter* ^lnmlit l^e^aalttri-ssetl to THESTANDARD. Mainan. i Thiril stris-ts,^Montana. An^ oii^la. FIUHAY.OCTOMCI 11. a* INOTHER STATES^It would not surprise MM^democrats win- to carry^^lection in Massachusetts,^contention in tluM stat*- over 1fountry if^UM coining ,^There is 110^tarilT and 1 candidate,is sun- to presentedthe situation exactly aa it^turned out not to be. Tlie associated^press may congratulate itself that it ia^not forced to fattier this misleadinK^newi It will be remembered, too, that^the Helena Journal |iersisted iu it*^claims, which have i^rove^l to be alto^^gether wrong, at an hour when ne...

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. — 11 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER u, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. Themost Important trottina event of^the won will take place at Fleetwood^park to-day between Harry Wilkes and^Belle Hamlin. Tlie a-amta-st is especially^intere^tinc an between the beat and faat-^asat rvpreaeiitutivea of the George Wilkea^and Alnioiit branches of tlie (treat Hum-^bletonian trotting family. Belle Hamlin^ia generally regarded uh the moat complete^combination of equine beauty and trot^^ting apeed in the world, but tier owner'*^notorious unwillingneaa to atart her in a^race of more than three beata lias created^a not unreasonable doubt aa to her stay^^ing ability. Aa to her apeed there can he^no question. Her record of a :ll^5^. made^this aeaaon, autneieutly proven it, alnce no^mare except tlie inconiparahle Maud S.^baa ever aurpaaaed it. Belle Hamlin bent^Harry Wilkea at Buffalo laat August^eaaily enough, but lie ia aaid to^be a much I letter hone now, and^thoae who credit the theory of^the mare'a fa...

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. — 11 October 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER is, 1889. october. t.r. 310 IT31 IIis AIS^IS TRAVELER'SGUIDE. thain amiiivk. 11iSa^ A. N. Km tha* Smith. Knot ami wm liT-nxi-hlllltt.- ill HI:.V. A. M.. Sllx.-tf lt^'xv HI:'* Am tlri'ir* hi'^ II :H^ A. M.. Stuart II 1^^ A.M.^^M. from Hull.- l..-ax.-s Unit.- ill .^::^ i*.M.. Silver Itaixv ^ i'. M.. tin ^^on'^ ii:^l i .^M . Stuart ai.-i*.-. IV M SiAtir.m. Kn.iii all txntntu imi Northa-rii I a-^^^^^^^ ntili-naal. IH^r I/^W^ibI Warm si.iui;^^Lbbw tiarrlann at ^:j* r. M . l^.-.r I.imI^i* r.m.. warm wartagi tm 1^r. m. mmi^i'\nt. A. m. Ir'or MMWli VM Sfriiu*-. I^^t-r^l^iNtiri'. tinmsam ami all l.s-al |^.iiit** i^.-i^^-.-^^^MihhoiiIii Mil Helena. im-tiMliiiii l^nilH|wlMirK^Aim for tlreirsaiii. Hilvi-r ttaiw anal Hull.- Irani^^||IW^| Harrison at In A. M.. at Hutlr ^^:.*^ M.For sianrt. HmtML silx.r M^an.l Unit.- Arm.* al Hull.- 4:1.1 P.M. ^^ii^nai-t*. at small with train l.ir t;arn^on ami all ^..nils I .i^t m l XX ^*.! .ill \..rill, in I'a. inr ...

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. — 11 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER II, 1889. MONTANANEWS. Believingthat the fn aUwt prawauti^^^ should be taken affaiiutt the further^of aearlet fever in the town, the Mini^aaanriatioo of Boulder, at a in^-etinir^Monday ereninc deri^le l to reeonu^to the Sunday at-hool ^uperinU'ii^l^ntM of^this plaee the clou ill* of their reapf-etive^^rhooU for the prewiit. It would aoem^that to continue the Sunday arhonlp now^would be to nullify the action of tlie tru*.^tees in cloaina; the public wboolM, and tin*^above action wait takou ai-c. ^riliuiily. ^ Thr Tlieenrollment of aeliolar* at the Miw-^aoula m'IvkiIi ban increaaetl mi rapidly^that it Heeiiia almoat neeemiary to u|m ii^another room to irive pro|h*r attention ellarge of dealing in^counterfeit ailver tU^tltvir eouipoaition a^Mifver luu awakened^wlit-tlieror not the andmanufacturing^Hani whieb have ill^large peref ii luge of^a diMMIHMIOII ^^ to^Swift^ dollar, wlitati Ifor I to allthe pupils. Tber^^ ure now 27R nania s .^on th...

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. — 11 October 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER It, 1889. FairImb.^Vrna tlx Oik-agn Tisara. Indnmw she often conies to me. FairInez. Willi her Innnnm* eye*^AaU nii.lnt*ht m^^ lw,^Ami sweet iiitv^iMm n^nllc siKhs^I hiw her viwt ^i|^Mi the breeze.^I hear lier tlittiuu iih.Ki tin- lni^:^Her laugh I hear like ri|.|^liii^c ^liter^Fair Inez. Mexico's fairest tlauchtfl. Isee her ttaiiitv feet tly last ToMtulMts of siller tasti-llfts.^A* t i that ^*-^*ct, ilcli.iiMls |msl Mythought* return ^itli ailil regret*.^She'* here u|iou my breast, she's iimii-;^I ail ami |toiitler here alone:^TImii oaec attain, in ^wi*ct embraces.^l*l^^p Inez. maul of ilusky ((races. Hhewiiok me with her lanuron* iMaiicc. Shebill* me w illingly to eolne^With laughter, line, .in.I s*niu ami ilanec^Front eominon |^laee of home.^Her iluakv heml lies on my breast^She Inn* me till- me ^ it 11 unrt-sl^With luiiirlitcr. like to riii'MiuK water.^Thin Inez. Mexico's fair ilaiis'litcr Ido hut dream. The |^ast i* iwst. Myealm-l...

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. — 11 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER n, 1889. TimItootan mod his wife, wan night. Wentdriuktn' av the rrayturr.^Whin something atMted up a Aunt,^And thev wlut at rtKrit and light.^According to their nature. O'tlradyand meself stood near, JCxperttagWoody miirther.^Hay* ne tn ine i ^Let's Interfere:^^But I, pretending not to hear.^Moved on u little further. ijlTeoff, ye limte,^ say* he to Tim; Sonuut will strike a lady.^^Rut hoth tlie lloolaiis turned on him^And in a whisht the two av thim Werewalloping o'tlraily. MORTIMER'S AMBITION. DEATHTO DISHONOR. Fromthe Chicago Times. CHAPTERI. Fnliwcaitiff, grt tlioe mmmf Thewon In panic in a Ihmiixo whis|ter,^and Mortimer Francisco I^*-1 Pi-ego Jones^sUikIk-iI w idly down to the front gate and^aTMiM-d the hitching post. For a moment^tilt* liilidsi ;^|^' swam l^eforo liis eyes, lint^with a nii|k-rhiimaii effort he calmed him^^self and raised his head and stood alone.^The moon looked eoldly down u|h^ii his^agony ami silver*^*! the drop...

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. — 11 October 1889

t 'joM, ^^: BONOSAND STOCKS. Val, lewwe I* Market^Not* Tars Km Nw York, Oct. lO.^The imp.ovenient^in the mnnpjr niurfc^^t mailt* further pro^^gress to-day, and the restoration of paa-^mnirr rates to Donrrr, with continued^eiicoumiritiK truffle retiirna^atre the atork^market uhulliah RMa The history of tba^dajr'a transaction i^ chief.y eonipriaod in^effort* of hmn to break down prices by^determined attaeka upon a few atocka.^The ffe^^-ml lii^t wait affected to a limited^emtent by wwMsMMSM in die leadens hut^Huotua*ioiif.,^^ well uh hiiaitieaa done, wua^confined within immiw liniitH. A KtroiiK^feature of t la-day wii^ tin- NortlM-rti Pa-^ciflf group of atocka, which advanced on^what ap|M-ared like inside liiiyiuir, ami^which, ucctMii|^aiiicd hy the atorjr that^Villard had ohtainctl the RaMHMI pro-^portion of stock to carry out hi* Hcheiue.^0|^iiiin*ii^ made at advancca extc titling^to ^-;^^.. but th ^ whole market anon guve^way und ilroo|^o^l throiufh the forenoon,^while Atchison reac...

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. — 12 October 1889

befoitafattita WJITTHB BUSINESS tWC*. VOL.L^NO. 33- ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. KcDONHLD Hl'KUKON1^KNTIHT.^omen ami jo*, rmni co.. m. F.L. ST. JEAN. AS., M.D.. CM. BHc-rond street, St. Jru Building.^Offlrr on First HI.. In Ht. .(fan HiilMlng.^Hours: ^ to W A. M.. !i to C and * to 9 I^.M. THE HEIS KING OF THE TURF Axtelllakes t lilt in 1:11 ud^Beats the Record. T.D. FITZGERALD, fOMCK MAUISTKAI K, JUHT1CK OK^I'KAIK. NOTAKY PlTtl.lC. CON-^VKVASI KK, Sc. Kintturret. Anaconda,Mnut. WIMB^ on tHm Track at I^ri^ HauU^WkfS Ikr w^nit Ww K now ii^Hw i^( lit Other won,Battc ratty ^^cniHl, B.^tbwell third.^Time 1:51V^. *otu^ieifutitkca, eleven-lentba ^^f at mile^-Golden Kule wun. Seymour nmHMl,^Rw^l Garter third. Time 1 :BU%. Sixfurlongs Turn Reams won, Stanley^Thorpe second. Blanche tliinl. Time^l:17yf Sevenfurlongs Beck won. Hess second,^Wlhl ^ 'lie; ry tliinl. Time 1 :^^^. fie* HISFORLORN HOPS^si Ho INTHE CZAR'S HONOR Croiaed...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER M, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY THE bycarrier or mail ^l ten ifcM'ani^ytmr. thrt^r rfnllai^ a quarter or wie^dollar a month THB STB N DB R D^la I a* anl) daily newi^nan*^r with telegraph ^^pate-hen in l^wr 1-odnr iiainty. It Bftata^tfktrraphir new-than any M^o. ^^|km~ 1 In Montana. irf-t^|M^ii4h-iice andI^ii^Iiip^ letter* -IiimiIiI l.^-^:^4ilre^.itl to THESTANDARD. tsren of M^in ami Third ^tn-ct^. Montana. UMWi SATrRnAY,(MTOHK.lt I-'. PROGRESSOF THt COUNT^AMMltal ^ MM MWMrtl tin- ^illiri:il ottntf^^r Dm l^Mijrt- ewwty vll Ml heMHpMli la-fore Muinl:iy next.^KlNewliere the st ax l^ Ann -jives the^tijrtirvs thus far renoi'teil. wliii-li show that tin-^tine iiiftiilK-r of^a Iosh which^ha^l not untie^l.^^ljr^'. Kennedy Iihh rcpiihlicans^^l**^-t^HMislat tire, thedemocrats^pat^^^I. Ill I leer 1majority of HI which,it is claimed, is on^set I iy lien^nett's majority of fit in lUaverhead.^Meanwhile the...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER it. 1889 SPORTINGGOSSIP. Morrisbaa been released by the I'ltts-^hunr Huh. TheDenver hall oluh made *U.00O tin-^past hmmhi. TheNashville fall running- meeting will^he*in Ortoher -J^. TheMarino lusa aeeeutod Jut-k l^eiu|^-^aey'a challenge to ttirlit with akin (loviwfor^91,000 a side. J.B. Huinri^ l^a* given up his Kentucky^farm. His yearlings had been kept at tin-^Swigcrt place, near Spring station. That^farm ia now fur sale or lease. aprivate telegram from New York^state* that Nam Bryant, the well-known^turfman, will ^t^l| CTonte-to-titw at the a|^-^prouchilig Preaklieaa stable aalf anil re^^tire from tbe track. The reason assigned^ia that Bry^^t haa a stubborn aore on one^of bia toes which liaa grown worae anil^threntena tf^ iiieapueituto him for liusi-^neaa. The aale of the bona- ia Haiti to he^advertised, hut Brjt'antV hcotlier-induw^and Ilia former partner liad neither heard^of bia intention to withdraw from racing,^although neither...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ia, it GETTINGFINAL FIGURES Gainstad Losses Which Still^the Democrats All Safe. Leave a NIGHT OF HILARITY. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. Auurnl^^r a tinnril lotmmm iu IteMiiM-rattc 1Mb Mar(ln^^^ Joint Hal-^lleer I..mIk^- anil a^(lata or One It*^^ In I'l.niitt . ~lin' THA1NSAKKIVK. 1 i.no A. M. Knmi ll^' !*^mi11i. I'-tst awl W.-si^|Mm Unlit- at li^::c. A. M.. silti-r Una I^-'^! to tin^A M., Omim'i ii hi A. M.. stimrt It-.in A.M. iwr. m. man Until- laiinn I ii it i ^ - in .^^:.!^^I*. M . Wlver IW^^ .V44 I^. M.. t;rr;;v'ii'^ I^.^M.. HImirt ^'.:^^.% I\ M. 1jlto I^. Si.iii :ill [mints ^Ii Nnrtlicrii I :l clnrrailroad. I leer Ijiam Mwl Warm MwrM ^^Ia-mm- lliiriismi ;il ^'. r M.. ' i I.'^1W ^^^I*. M.. Warn S|triiiK^ 7 jh I*. M. MMrtTM^V. M. lieu\^ MMHi A. M. For MMft, Warm ^.)^! imr-. IM^IamIki'. liarrlsnii iiml all l |^nin^ la-la-ii-ii^Mlaanula ^^^^^^ Helena, iim-IimIIiik Milllliisnurti^M^farHl^lti^iMtlverIhi ^ml llulli^arrive, al Harrison .u m A. M.. nl...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ia, 1889. 3 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE BepiblicusWho kn Being Paid Of^in Their Own Coin. FiledAgainst the Vote ml Three^l'rrriurl^ Kr|iulillr*n Krkniifn^t'hrrknwlrd Other Notes^^^Ml l.osxlp XiMtiitt to tin- standard. IRTI,^^ct. 11. William Jack, chair^^man of tlx- county iiniiiiiiHHioiiiTH, W. K.^Hull, a county couilldaxioilcr, and ^'. K.^Irvin. probate judge, to-day convened ax a^hoard of ruiivUKMTK to count the vote ra-l^in tlx- recent election in Silver lln^.^toxirgo \V. S|^nMil, clerk of the pmlmto^court, mill ('. I'. It.11 tli, county clerk ami^recorder, aeteil ox clerks to tile I man I.^The count was not eoninielice^l until after^ii,m^ii. The i|e|ii^h-ratic party is rcprc-^xciitcil liy Judges Itixon ami Kirk pal rick^unci the rcpuhli^ an- uri' represented by^J111 ll{^ Ktlowlcx anil Thorn, eon (aillp-^lx-11. Tin' republicans endeavored from^the start to curry everything their own^way, hut tlley MH successfully eheck-^mateil hy tlw democr...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ia 1889. AU|^ tUMmmmm fmr Ifc^Mil^^^flora Mia- IIimI^hi ^ inner. *AlwuHmhikIi ^!^^^ fcumiiM-r Im^ ile|^arti-il^TIm- i;nri;i'*Hi^. autumn's Ita-ra*. WhattltrlHI-fll iii. lll.iillll.oi'- Mil' ^ll-*^-rllll^TIllTa-'-*nlUTI' Ullioll- rllMT. Whaltliouuli all kwu-l) ara* the lieaa'ha--. Ini^^^ 11 ilier.'-. l^it of fun.^What l hamuli are 0mm ^^'^^ ^^' 1^-h^ Ii^ Tin-a|aj-*** linn-'^ Imkiiii. Whatttioaiuli tl^- ni^lil^ an* rhlll^ iH-okIuk. AimIoailMile ^tMirtinc'i^ rolil^la imrior-. when- l.niilit ^*^^'^^ '^-^' kI^wi^k Loie't.lair may now hr total. Ttwaurh^irl^ an- IkiiIiiiiu Miit-. fi^r**akiiiK Invlu.n. hIh^ti ^kirt^ Wito^With atkrf rhanin lli^'^ 'ri- ^imhiiii^*!* makliii: Ikniiwp^ ^^in low. ^orthank fiiliM-au. Ihi-rc'a alw:^\^ ra*a*aa,u. I'MnrMiiikliiiiK ^^^ eoliii- rain,^W hate'er lilt- i-haime*.. a-^a-rj miimhi Himc* |ili'WH^iry 111 its Irani. A Nlll| iii KMMIH. roni tlx- Washington capital.^Tin- MMM MMM urows Tin*^ nnls Ih'isiii to roar:^So...

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. — 12 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATUTD/.Y MORNING, OCTOBER ia, l8*9- QUIERVERMONT EPITAPHS.^CMM Imm^H^m^ rmmm* ujr a fmrty^mt Mmnmrr Visitor*,^from the Omaha Wnrld-Hrrald. Aparty ^umiiM^rii^^ at Brattlehoro, Vt.,^haa main* a anirrh of Mi*hhnriim ^rart-^yunla for otkl epitaph* ami n-|m^rtM many^intereatitiB Hn^l^. Anancifiit Httlf rrmrtfri at Vernon^proved a la-rlWt hoaann. At Grafton^waa fount! anotlx'r. and at Lontkniilfrr^'.^UummrnUtwii awl ^.tli^T pl^^-t-K, us wo II^aa at this place tlien^ were aevcral ffuotl^Hilda. Most of tin- t^l^k^r atoms, art- of^^late. Within a few mile*, and nonietintra^within a atoiu-'a thrt^w. VMM atort** of^granite- that wer^^ Ineahauatihle, yt-t tin-^^Id time Vumu^ut^-n^ ignored that tiuit-^defyinv atone ami |*it their tniat ill Mlate. AtVernon witi- epitaph* without nunc^i her, and aorne of them witlKMit eml. Here^in one: Herelie*, rut ^!^^^ n like unri|s- Kruit.^A son of Mr. Am^^^ Tinv.^Anil of Mrs. .Icinmiina lute. In* wife.^^ ;4i in I .laiutth.tii, ^^f ^Imsc...

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. — 12 October 1889

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1889. THEDEADLY CURRENT AnotherHorrible Accident Caused by^Electric Light Wires in Mew York. HaiMlml ^^l IVnM* Wtlara a aiek*^Mlne; In Ihr Mnwb mt the Me^^tropolis Mmor (.rent's^rrnmpl Art Inn. NkwVititK, i*rt. 11. An^elii'ti-io line^^man met with it horrible death tit tilt' cor^^ner f^f Ceiiti-r mill t'liainlMTH Kini l^ this^afternoon friHH contact witli an ohi-tric^light win'. Hi- wu^ employed liy llic^Western riiloti iimi|Miiy and pntrf-liti-d a^terrible sight a^ In- died on the network^of win-)- in mill air, trliik' the ilendly fluid^actually made Ma IhmIj ^i^lf anil blood^piMinil nut 1111 iIh' siile^ulk ami over the^clothes ^^f tin' liorriniil ^pt^ct^ton^. Tin-^accitk-iit mi-tii-ring in ihe inkklk-of tlx- ilay inmil' of tin- busiest pHd of tlil.v. it wanwilniKiwil by a large i-rowil of im-hiiIc.^Tin- maiTs ImhI.v lay limp anil MottsMsfessi^iivit tin- HMM ^'f w ires altaclnil to t!^^ -^(^jpjk*^ of tla' |nt|e. Tin llri-iiK'ii^...

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