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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 16 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1889. S LATENEWS FROM BUTTE Lettersof Interest Welch Will Come Up^In the City Conncil lectin*. Hyatrma and Mm Now City^Hall-The lit da fur Conrtrartlng^Nrwrn- Othrr Notes and it 4 portalCorrespondence of I lie Standard. Butte,tlct. 15.^The city council will^bold an important meeting to-morrow^evening. Anions' tlMi important items of^business will be the reeeption of tlie n-^l^ort of the tire eoiiimittee. Tlie commit^^tee will niukc a re|M^rt of iliteri'Ht regard^^ing the adoption of n lire alarm Hystcni.^It ia untie rsttaal tliut the eonintittee will^llepreeiute the present lin-lli.xU of olt-^Luinuit, information of tlie existence anil^ks-ulity of tires, us Is-iug etude and do-^feetive. Tin- committee will recommend^a change, and will mention four systems^that have Aiiudo oiTcrM for improving the^lire aervice of the city. The tlrut^ia the automatic Kyxtcin of the^Uuuicwcll couipuiiy of New York,^represented hy H. Somcrs. The actc-...

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. — 16 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1889. WaMla'r*r tae ^ mt Im Mat^tMwry: d mt I rtrktitlct-t Thatere nle Hwlnic in tilt- lane'^Klght ami pn^i^T. I e\|tcci. ntdtimes can't itmic Imh k sk^in.^But I want to atste. if they^^'unlit cisa-- lis 'k. ami I ^-^^^ 11 I *^^^What nv |wi ud In-. ^ jing!^I'd an. lluame tlx* idtl ^^in*^^NundtT the hm-ii^' lni^^^ aa the ^aa Item-. t-f ^^^! iiIch^c.^Itaaclin' l here a illilisli-^m-f ere,^WaiUn' fer tin- est In die! I'd^ajr. tMnwir Ihe idtl ka lift Iif bsrcfmitetl. hiuii;r^ lean,^^ar'a'ry Istys ^^m waui in hanic Wbrnytsi'it- itrnm^^^! uii lancet ^^ in. tut '^The ^M ir^anlfii |^ali-li. tile old^Truant*, ami I In- stuff art- Mttltil:^The old Kl4Hii|^in^ ur^Miii', a lien* ^c^Wore thf grsts* on. a lid ami f i ^^^^^Aa tm- iwinip of I In' ot^l ^winy.^Where ae uoi'l to clinilt ami cling.^Ami is-int rutin', and tliclit. and lit^V'attM' f^T the eat In ale! IVantlike I moot tillits i-nultl^HaiuK the lustiest ^.l tile t-rowil^Jsa aalluii there...

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. — 16 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER x6, 1889. THEWOULD OF WOMEN. P for WI^m ^^^1^r^^l s irsce. beauty and caprice^Hutkt Mil* golden portal; t.rueefulwomen, chosen men.^lat//lcevery mortal. K^hi ro-ii. Nine-tenthsof tlx- unhappy inarriajft-s^^re the result of giwii human calves Ix-^iiig allowttl to run at large in soeioty |mim-^turea wlthtMit any yoke on them, iiliwniii^the Astoria (Ore.) Tranmrri/tt. They mar- 1h *i^1 towork the week out. Such a biriiur only^Usee the rate of wages, and not the time^of we it ire. Therefore, while a ^week's^not ire or a week's pay^ may lie proper^and commendable, it is not obligatory. ThePrimrose league, of England, num-^hers MI.IU) strong Tory women, ami the^Women's Liberal federation numht'rs H4.-^OOO just aa strong liberal ones. Therectors of moat of our faahionahle^city churches might take a hint from tlie^Archbishop of Canterbury, who. a few ryand have children before tliey ^lo nm- I s'^^^^f^ ^*^^. following the example of his^father...

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. — 16 October 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER id, 1889. BONOSAND STOCKS Va*and H^m In Market V^l^r^ ^^^ tt^e^Km Vork Kxrkaair. Kr.wYokk, Oct. IS. The stock market^to-day ^w moo- iwtive f^^r the remilar^list, I Hit ^|UM^t for trust*. Tln-n- was ft-rrat^irnipilarity in tin- marki't tlinoiis-liout the^day. ami stock* ww movlns: ^^|^l^^^sit^-^directions in dilT^n-iit part* nf the lUt at^the ^ ms time uliixwi all day* l^ns. The^hears srare deckled ly ngan^Miin' and tltoir^cMMTutiortK were almost entirely reapousi-^hle for the chance* in quotations that^were made. Au Iiisoii ww unite strong,^^^serially ^^^ the early part of tlie flay, up-^^n the Mianumtwnit of the reorganisa^^tion plan. Hut realisation* at tin- improve^^ment gave an op|m^rtiiiiity for considera-^hle hammering at tlie regular Hat, ami^Atchison not only lost all tin' early ad-^vanee, lait acored a deelilie in addition.^The market ^-oiitiiiii^sl heavy to weak^througlMMjt tin- afternoon and claHaecl^rattier lieavy at clo...

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. — 17 October 1889

VOL.I.^NO. 3ft. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS^DR. D. J. MCDONHLD SURUKONDBNT1WT.^emci or mm job. nrrsma oo.. F.In ST. JEAN, AS., M.D., CM. dBaeood atreet, St. Jtsan Building.^Office on Flrat Mt.. In Ht. Jean Building.^^ Hour*: ^ to 12 A. M., a to 6 anil T to ^ I'.M. T. D. FITZGERALD, PbLlCE MAUIHTKAIK, JUSTICE OK THK^FKACK. NOTAKY PUBI.Il', CON-^VKYANCEK, Au PintHtreet,Anaconda, Mont. J.R. BORRKRN, ATTORNEYAT LAW. MAIMST., ovkk hakkkt A ja^ kk\-h stohk, Anaconda ... Montana. T.O'LEAIY, Attorney tad Counselor at Law. |-Tartirc In all of the HCite and United State*^courts. Colleeltonn promptly made. Mix-cial at^^tention given to Miniutc Properties and Mining^Ijw. Real Kslate, luiuus and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Kent*. Colla'cted^a and 4 Mattie Hlix-k, .-oritur^street*. Anaeunda. Mont. TANNERGIVEN THE LIE ACircaltr Isued by tht 1-terior Dt-^partiMit RtguAlil Pensions, Itoaled hythe Ka-CsmaiUaloaer^hy tt^T^ramat Ol^r'a Wilt Kicum far^Hla Aftlou. FAMILYDUEL laTaaaa wmiMeal- OH!....

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, iMfr THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY snwifry rsrrlrr or stall at t^-n rtotlsm ^^year, thrw ^Inllai ^ a qusrter or noc THBSTHNDHRD^la Mm^ enly daily iM-w^|^^por with t^lturajih ^ll^-^yMrlm In IWt l-islm- nmnty. II prints^t ti-li-irn^|^hi.- urn I linn any oth.r^arwspatw-r la Mmitana. Ifii.t-and Inislnra* IHU-n ahiHild be^a ldrnuird to THESTANDARD,^of Main and Third *tr^-^H^, Anaronils,^Montana. TrU'RSDAY,^H TIIHKH 17. 1H*^. Thincounty is r^*a^ly to Ii^ I^m^h^-ii^Die knot that ties the joint r^-pr^-s^-iitii-^tivr for l^^-er I.imIk** ami IU*averliea^l.^If in tlir-ciul tl-r lawful count in tin-^territory Htaiiils. tli^^ ilciii'm-rats will^have a majority of tlirrr on joint hallot.^takliiK Maccount of the Kennedy lin^^net tir. This roiinty will iIoiiMU-hs^propose Kriiiittly for the s|H'^-ial run.^ami if Mr. DMMMM wants another^wluu-k at it. l^e^T LimIw is r^-:uly to^leap into the riiiK ami wait for ...

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. 1889. ADUEL IN THE DARK.^^Ill mm Promthe Bmm Francisco RuHlMt. JudgeHoffman bad another nian-killer^before him yesterday, but be didn't know^it. The docket only ahowed tltat Harry^Hill waa to be tried for peaaing counterfeit^dollars, and made no allusion to the fart^I bat be bad been engaged in one of the^most sensational duels aver fought in Ne^^vada. Neitherdid it bint that Hill was a Vir^^ginia democrat, and bad fought in the^union army during the tbtee last years of^the war, going in aa a drummer boy at the^age of 14. and concluding with participat^^ing in the battle at Appomattox tltat^forced Lee's surrender. DoI know George Hill^^ said an old^Nevada!!. ^Well, I should auy I did.^Harry be calls himself now, hut his full^name is George Henry Hill. I knew him^in the army wltcn he was only a hoy, and^be waa a better soldier tlian lie has turned^out a man, I ant sorry to say. Hewas 14 or 1ft years old when he^Joined the Sixth corp...

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THtfltebAV MORWTOO, OCTOBER 17, life OCTOBIR. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. tmaimmakkivk. m^^^ A. h.-mn thr Mouth. Kant and Went^^U^vn Hulle at I0:.lft A. M-. Silver flow IO:.Vl^A. M., ^lre|{i^Mi'a :^'^ A. M., Stuart II :ir. A.M. :^o 1^. M. -From Hulle - U-avti* llutt^* at v:*^^P. M.. Silver lV^w r^:44 IV M., Un-uKon'ii^ sit r.^M.. smart r. -iM'. M. T^*o 1*. M. From all point^ on Northern l*n-^elllc railrtKul. II^^ib^^ ami \V;irm Sminir*.^li*ave OarriHon at *:^ P. M.. l^t-i-r l-odi;*- ^i:it^IV M , Warm .St.riuj;H T:-^o i\ M.. Stuart 7 M r.m. nunmmmti A. M.^For Stuart. Warm S|^rintr*. l^^t-r^Lntliti-. CarriMtu ami all l^^al immiiI*. bet WW^MiawMila ami Helena, im-hnrtnc I^liill^'iin^Alwifor ^;n-ts.^ii. Silver l^^w ami llntte Irani^arrives ai tlarrinon at to A. M., at Unite k ~t\^A. M. StS.1I*. IL-fW Stuart. lin-KMin, Silver How^aail Butte Arrives at Hulle 4:11 I^. M. ^^ii-^nn'lsui Stuart with train ft^r ^;;irriw^u ami all^poinlK Kaxt ami West on Northern I'm MI. It II. Ttl I...

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, iMp- iHARGEDWITH ARSON ttmit tM BiurfirdM or^Mti's iili^d nn-bt*. ITolls Hit Hide of Mm It tar jr.^Trtoa to Kxplala Matter*^Lively^Tilts Mwwi Uw-^yerm. tothe Standard.^Butte, Oct. 16-^Frank Insereoll, the^in under arrest charged with setting^-jflbr* to the building* in the rear of Sol^. ij Levy's Sideboard Haloon on tlie afternoon^' of Ortober 7th, ww to-duy arraigned for^trial before Judgo Newkirk. ^ Iwiim to the^1^* fact that Ingei-soll's record, as presented^to the people of Butte, waa not u bright^one, and to tin- prejudice in the mind of^the general piiblie against imy one sup-^poaed to be in .my way connis-tod with the^recent incendiary tires in this city, it watt^thought Is-st not to take the primmer out^of tlia court house, and he waa^accordingly tried in the county^, eourt room. Though the fact that^rm the trial would lie held this afternoon waa^not made public and uu effort waa made^to keep the all'uir as uuiet na ismsihl...

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. iM9 Inaw her walking am the slss-e - Ithink I see lia-r uuw:^A Batty saUts* hat she wore AMIbangs u|mmi ln-r brant. tlrrdrum wm urh lu ladies ^ i-sr Wknon ^ yacht inic rrulsr.^I aotsetl. too. sba* wore a |stir tWUnjf runnel nlloc^. WhileBtrattliac there lirsiak- i hi- saa-s. Hergaze u|m^u it In*iit.^Her hsaalkrn hia-f. * tula- i^i*-ln^ nr. t+hedra^|^|iral ^^^ IMMI 1staaipnl. she also stasipeal, ana] l^^' UurReads taigct her ramc^I frit ray ra^ ^- U-kui i^ glow Hrrc'lm-ks were all aflame. Itook the ki-n-liirf Inmi III* Mauit Amihaadeal it tit hir:^Ami an she teok il from my liaml Km saial: ^I thank you, air. Thathrokr thr li-r. ami for a whila- sin-nun mI ami i-hatta-al I Inn-;^I IhiMiKlil *ha- hail tlm ^^^*^^!i-^t miii Thi-nioslliewilchttig air! Aloos tlx* Milver^ mmiiIk we walkral BmiiIctin' nil*it) m-a:^of yarhU ami saili-iu InkiIm we talked. Andsa-asiilai Mri*ner^. *a/eleft tin- Hhora.'d hitir iKisi om- Andililu-il ^l tin- a-itf...

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. — 17 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSO/. V MORNING, OCTOBER 17. 1889- 7 SPORTINGGOSSIP. BelleHamlin *m campaigned tint in^%***^ when a flve-jrvar-old. She won two^race* and quit the ^^ with a mark of WallaceRow baa announced in an^F.ngiish paper that be would like a match^race with Ed Hanlan over ttw Thame*^ihampionabip cotirne for $500 a aide. JohnHuche*. the six-day pedestrian,^has Usued a rhallvnsja to row any man in^the world in ei^hteen-foot working boot*,^from Cornwall, on the Hudson, to New^York, for fbOu a side. WhenSable Wilke* trottetl in 2:18 it^was prpdioted tlutt he would long ^'main^the thr^^o-ye^r-old champion ; but Axu-11.^2:12, baa act a mark HM will remain^untouched longer than the rt^^-ord of Sable^Wilke*. Atthe Brooklyn jockey club track the^three-uuurtcr mile race for f2.M!U Is-twcen^the SHtVO colt Gnirnry and Kcclare, waa^won by tbe former. ^ir^ ir^ry rail the half^mile in 47Vf. wonderful time, and th^^ dis-^tance in 1 A:\y.. ArchieMct'omh and Ed. Skinner, the^famoiiM pr...

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. — 17 October 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 188* CLAIMA BIG ESTATE H*nominee of Jacob Heeler, Who^DM a Millionaire. forty NkwYork, (tot. 16. -Jiu-ol^ Hcicler, who^died in the early part of tbU yvmr in South^^ern California, leaving* an ostute of $1,000,-^000, was not known to have any immedi^^ate family. It lias been learned, however,^that a claim ha* tiecn made to tlie entire^fortune by relatives remitting ill Lancaster^county, I*a., and tliat they will at onec be^^gin au action to have the estate divitlcd^among tin-in. Tin- claimant*, about fif^^teen ill iitimtier, arc all poor people, and^are old (tt'niuui settler* in that old-Mettled^portion of the state. This is another case^of a long-lust Im^^- who wandered to Cali^^fornia ami math' all immense fortune,^of which kind of rawn the law courts^of the Htatc liuvc hail ho very many. Over00 years ago a young Lancaster^county farm liand immnl Jacob Heiglir^left his home, near Hird-in-tbe-Hutnl, to^seek his fortune. With his ...

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. — 18 October 1889

LIUBRIDBY CXRRI8R XT^NB DOLLXR P^H MONTH. fond*i /*1T XDKBRTISINC It^URT THB BUSINESS OFF-IC VOL.I.^NO. 38. ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. HcDONKLD BUROBONOBMTWT.^ernca oru jos. fitni co.. Boats 4 F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. onHeeond street, St. Jrsn Building.^0^Bce ob First tM.. in Mt. J eon Building.^Hours: ^ to U a. M.. 2 to ^ and 7 to ^ P.M. |T. D. FITZGERALD, IOUCEMAOISTRA'I E, JUSTICE OF TUB^PEACE. NOTAKY PUBLIC, COS-^VEVA.V til, ojc. Firststreet. Mont. J. R.BOHRWHN, ATTOHXEYAT LAW. MAIMST., OVKH BAKRKT * JACKKY'S STORK, Anarood* ... Montana. I.O'LEARY, Attorney tad Counselor at Law. Fractiieslu all ^^f the state and United stale*^courts. Collections promptly made. Special at-^lenliou given to Mining Properties ami Muting^Law. Ileal Estate, Loans and Insurance. I'rop-^*^ erty He Med and Kent* Collected. OHioe rooms^S and 4 Matt it* Block, corner of First and Oak^Stri-etK. Anaconda. Mont. JURYFIXERS IN LIMBO Yeste...

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. — 18 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOI xl, THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY bycarrier or mail at tes dollars a^rear. twree ^:^^llai^ a quarter or ow TH lydaily newspaper with telegraph dls-^^i la 1 r I^mI county. It prints^t^-l^Ttr^|^titr. ewslhsn any other^newspaper la Moalaoa. iim|iiii I ii i and business letters should be.^addressed to THESTANDARD.^SjSSJ | of Mam and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. FK'UAY.(X'TOBKK IK. 1W8^. RepublicanpajHTs in Pennsylvania^think it would M a shame if the party's^majority in that state falls IsMow thii:..'^thoiniaiMl. Probably it will liolil up to^thai mark without any trouble ax^Pennsylvania now has to array itself^^gainst the republicans and democrats^of New Kii'rlaml. New York, and a^^arjfe portion of the West in the litflit to^defend itself HKitinst the universal de^^mand for a long list of free raw ma^^terial. Itwill be a mistake if the constituted^authorities in Montana neglect the si I^vsr roiive...

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. — 18 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. I TheCincinuatis won all of their ten^^^law played with the Kinwi t'itys on^the Cincinnati ^founds. BUlrLakeland boa turned out Exile,^Tattler and Tea Tray. alias Cody's lea; is^still very bad where she was cut in a race^at Brooklyn. Thehill on the upper turn of the West^^chester track will be cut down and the^track reduced to a level before the first^meeting next summer. Syntax,who ran some good races at the^openituj meeting at Morris park, having^broken down in bis sound leg, has been^sent west and placed in the stud. PresidentStern of the Cincinnatis says^that he offered Von Der Abe $6.UU^ for the^release of Arlie Latham, but ^der boss^^asked |MW and the deal did not go. FredDunlap leads the league second^basemen in tlie table of fielding averages,^but lie would not do it by n long shot it be^took as many chances aa Fred PfefTer or^Strieker does. ('litratC, and Lonthth have lioth been^tin-nod out for the seas...

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. — 18 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. 1889. OCTOBER. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. THAIS A K It Iv h. 11iSO A. M. - From the South, Kant ami \V**t^Imvm Riilli- M IO::ir. a. M.. Silver llow lo .Mi^'A. M.. llmnum's II HI a. M., Smart II iW A.M. :^0 I-. M. r'rolll Hull*' l..*\.s Hull.- ill ^'^ ^^^^I*. M Stiver How .^.+4 I*. M.. lin'Kw^ii'^^^l I*.^M , smart Hiir. r. M. Tt^ I'. *^. Kroin all point* ..n Northern la-^cifle iailr*^a*i. I ^^-^-^ | mi as ami Warm Narlaga^una llarrtaoa at stiW r. H . lie** l^^li:^- hit^1*. M , Warm Si^rlnjr^ 7:ju 1^. m., Maori Ids^P. M. tu\ts^ MT \ht. A. M. - For Stuart, Warm S|irimr^, Ihfi^IxMlKf. tiarrikon anil all lot a I |h.iiiIs Im-Iu.-* ii^Missoula an^l Helena, in -lii.liim l^hUllp^lMiri|^AIho for t;ri'^^-in. sil^^ r lt^^w kikI llutle Train^arrives at Hiirrison at in AM . al liutles :t)^A. M. ,^.% l\ M. For Stuart, tireinton. Silver How^and Untie Arrives at Itiitte 4:U P.M. ^ou^^nce! k at Stuart with train for tiarriwHi ami all^points Fast ami W est on ...

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. — 18 October 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. il iATENEV^FROM BUTTE loreGonip Aboit the Location of tht^lei City Hill. Californiafavor of it^^lot a two-^and roiiao- limiHICorreatmndenoe of the standard. Butte,Oct. 17. ^T1m^ problem an to^where tbe new city hall ia to atund seems^mm far from settlement mm ever. At last^^light'ii nii-i-tiug ^^f *'^*' council, instead of^progress Ih'Iiik mado toward a settlement^of tbe question, the matter wan plaeeil^farther from wettlemcMit than h^*for^*. Am^stated in this moriiiiiir'a StamhaRD, when^the question of selling the pro|xTty in^East Broadway neur the^brewery came up, 7 voted in^and S against it, which was^thirds vote of the council^uuoutly the proposition fell through. The^sum of $100 had already been received^front the lutrties desiring to purchase the^property, but City Attorney ( orltett was of^the opinion that this would not bind the^city, inasmuch as the committee bud not^received the requisite authority to make^the sale. It wo...

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. — 18 October 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. 1889. Mkla Uf^-^AU Vamr*j Is the orraa'B ahwrr^Wkm Inm wra to stray; TWraMW'i yrll la heart m^ I maSM mmm to i*a ilyhearh la hart-^WRf* at oiled the besu sad belle. They're t~ j now at wax- otherwhere i 1the bea^-h hotel. Andrw tovrlkf bsther* Mr. Thrmatroa and tin- maid.^Who aaaabutrd on thr sends, and Ihfff Theirahapel) limlm displays* TheHinmrr airf ^Ml, where la ahe^Who wore mm-Ii prettT i-mthes. Andsard to walk health- the aea.^Adaaiml i^^ all the hesus Themaiden of the sunny brow. Thr('tree of the strand-.'^Hhe's home again, when nbihtly nos HheImumck the upright (rand. Thehoodlum* have departed too. Whoto the lM-aeh estme down j^They ra.w no more the wild liiirr.^ They'renitldinn now in town. Hutsueh la life. The M^aaon^ t.rlim Theeliaiiiti- that i* n-^|tilriil:^If It wax all mr kiml of thimr. - - Wed imiclity soon ii.-t lire fluafonI'nanVr. DICK WAGGINS' WIVES. IIV II. M. HAtHKOI'CK. froml^rake'i^ Monthly Maaca/iue. Yea,^ri...

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. — 18 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, iStfe Ileaned on the stile Butneither of us spoke unltl ^ both^Just said sood-by AndI went homeward to our quaint old tens. Andhe went on his way;^^ nil he hat never rroaaed that nrl^1 that time to this day. 'If be ever gives a thought^To what he left behind - .^As I start sometimes, dreaming that I hear Afootstep In the wind. Ifhe had aaid but one regretful word. OrI had abed a tear.^He would not go akioe about the world. NorI alt lonely here. Alas!our hearta were full of angry pride. Andlove waa choked in strife;^And so the stile Iteyond the yellow grass Wandsstraight across our life. ^7uV^i^.^ Time*. WOMAN'SWORLD. Mmie.Bernhardt aays alto haa never^quarreled with lier ilnvsiiuker. Mnu-.Marches!, tbt^ famona tiwher of^sluging ^' Paris, has written Iwr memoirs. Thepresent queen of Spain ia t!^^^ find^queen of tin- country to allow smoking at^a court dinner. Mrs.Curtis, iicc Louiau M. Ktiapp. ia^aaid to receive $10,UUO a year for edl...

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. — 18 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1889. SPltOBY A BROTHER. aw^ ta-Year-Ota ttwy Kept Mia rrH^ Klwplns: Willi a Marrlnl Admirer. St.PaVA* t^ct. 17. An clopin* couple^front North St. Paul witk captured at the^I'11 ion depot tlita afternoon. They were^George A. White, who five* Ilia a^e aa 34,^iMit who look* nearer :*^. *^^! Berth*^Laura Fetch. ^ ^irl of Ma daiurhtcr of a^widow wbo keep* a hoardin^H^oi^se at^North St. Paul, where White hua lived for^the but two monttiM. The ^lrl*a Iwother, |^^ smart little lad of lo, ia credited with^fruatratlnc the plana of tlie couple. Thelittle fellow IumI observed White's^attention to hia aiater, wlio waa infatuated^with Mm man, for kow* week*. Yester^^day niorniiiK. awakening earlier than hia^mother, he discovered that hia aiater'a^trunk waa ^ou^ and tliat ahe hail depart^^ed. He went to White'* room and found^It MM deserted. Without waiting to tell^hia mother he rushed over to the station^of the Wi*eon*in Central road and^learned ...

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