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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 22 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER PICKINGOUT A SITE Bittelerchints Discos the YiriMS^Locations for the lei City Hill. OfWMkM Hlorknl by th* UmmIImIi la^tha City CmmII-Muj Favor Um^I way Ml*a Walla Others LI he^Oraalta WyniIsl Ci^rrcin-ontli-noo of the Htumlanl. Binrr,^let. JO. ^ At the meeting of tin-^city couneil on Saturday evening, it wai^^uoveated hy Alderman McDerniott that^an the council seems never likely to conic^to an agreement altonl the tiite for it eity^hall, the opinions of the business ineii of^I Main street be consulted. There an- three^plans, ran' of which is to enlarge the |^n-n-^eut hull hy pun-busing the udjoming lot,^and n second to huiltl on the lot whieli Iium^heon pure luiscd on KitKt Hroadway, aaa^^situ the St. Nicholas hotel. Hut it taken^a two-thirds vote to Hell one of^those I lota ami there are just^enough ulflernieu op | wised to the^Park street site to prevent the sale of the^Broadway site; and just enough opposed^to the Hroitdwuy lot to pr...

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. — 22 October 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER aa, 1889. filaceraa' iw aa' Montr Jake*^Put up rr )oi^ nn llsc-a Moakc-.^Hatc-cl to link thta Injun lurk^He*el ti-r do it te*r erisngv ^xir lurk!^We wuc at* H^iit n' at old Port lle-rre-^Markers *'iu ac-uns* an' 11% In* dmrt^^'re*dll wtu itotn- an' what te*r do.^Nary er out* ea u^ critters kne-^^RuUwarmrraarted kinder ^h^ ;^All ^' the Imyn wii/ gettln' fly.^Wouldn't give ii^ ^T lilt or play.^WfNiklnt iMH-k iw erne* her day I I1tni r wuz caiiuin' but wa nt u^ hunw.^No ^ MM* would tackle- our Iwtlr name:^Jakr an' tstn*n*r an' mf will linike^Rarkot-|MT luul our irsnic In wiak!^Whisky ma^ wuth two bit* rr drink^He*d te-r rustle- le-r ruin*- mime- e-liink! Bs-rlymiK'tl this I'uin Snake-,^urea him low IVr er leecUe Make.^Said 'at he-'el like ter have* -heap fun.^^Tried U-r humor tlic-r aw ov rr Run.^Took in hi^ blanket* ami other truck.^Also the k|air^ ov thia Injun duck.^Hlew in IiIk miiiuw and two |iu|hm^m-^tltit fer thrr kid* we hrd mi u...

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. — 22 October 1889

theanaconda .standard: tuesday morning, october aa, iSttp. NERVYMRS. M'OONALD. toIM ts s.-Tram the New York Hun. ~Mr*. Mike McDonald's prewnt defiant^attitude ia not one that aba baa aaaumed^to bridge over her present difficulties.^Site baa been known for years aa a woman^of remarkable courage and great |tresenee^of mind. Tbe police force of Chicago^have more than once had occasion to^call upon Mrs. McDonald, and have aa^often left Mrs. McDonald mistress of tbe^situation. Severalyears ago there was a general^raid made upon the gambling-bouses of^Chicago. Mike was at the time proprietor^of the most notorious gaiuhling-house in^the city, known as ^ The Store.^ There^was a warrant issued for Mike, which,^with all his |x^liticul influence, he seemed^unable to avoid. About this time Mike^had made himself very scarce, and a num^^ber of ^ the finest^ were detailed to search^the gambler prince's residence. On their^arrival they were admitted to the hall,^and, after stating their errand, wer...

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. — 22 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER BONOSAND STOCKS rmmla Marks* V^Im mm tke^Mmm Vark Kirkup. KkwYom, tlot. SI. ^Th^^ r^to^*k market^more active, but tbwitktlly wt^k Vxtay,^and the djuclinea made were very material,^r aching all portions of the Hat. although^^i usta, imiifm nml stocks were tit* prin^^cipal sufferer*. The entire active list ia^mstsclslljf lower to-night and the moat im^^portant decline* were: Sugar:^V^, Delawure^and Hudson *%. Manitoba 2yfc lead and^cotton oil each WH, C. V. C. and St. Louis^and Burlington each IW, Lackawana 1*4,^Transcontinental 1*^^. Northern Pacific^preferred 1H, Miiwonri Pacific 1H, North^Western and Lake Shore each 1U, St.^Paul IS, Rock Irditiid and I'nioii Pacific^1 percent. Governmentswere dull Imi^ steady. Petroleumopened Mtoaily at WWJfcc, and^moved up to Sl.uny{ in tlie flrst hour, when^the market hccitmc i|iiiot ami reinailied so^until the cIonc, which was ntouily at^$1.UU^4; ntm-a cxcliuiigo opening^highent *l .Ml*.. lowi'm l^*...

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. — 23 October 1889

VOL.I.^NO. 4a. ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. KCDONRLD CKUEONDENTIHT.^omcK ovum job. rirua co., n F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D., CM. Residenceon Heeond atrrrt, St. Jcau BulldlnK. OfficeonFirst St.. In St. Jean Htdlding.^CMBce Hours: ^ to 1J A. M., 3 to 6 anil 7 to 9 P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, rOLJCRMAOISTK.UK, JUMTICE OF THE^PKAt'K. NIlTAKV iTHI.IC, CON^^VEY ANC Kit, Mm: Kin*Htreet, -Auainnda, Mout. J.R. BOHRWHN, ATTOKXKYAT LA W. MAINst., OVKK MMM A JAI KM * STOKK, Anaconda- Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIn all of tin- Statu ami L'uitt-^l States^courts. Collections proinjitly made. SiM-i-ial at^^tention given to Milium- Properties aud Minna;^Iz^w. Heal Kstutc. bonus ami Insurance. Frop-^^^rty Kcnled ami Kent, t'nllcctit I. i lfll^-^-r^Mims^S and 4 Mattie, block, corner of r'irst anil Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. THEJURY BOX IS FILLED TwelieMen Ftiallj Stored to Pin Jtd|-^meit Dpoa Cronln's Assassi...

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. — 23 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 33, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY toy(wr tr or Mil at tea dollars^year, tan* doUai^ a quarter or uo THBSTKNDHRD^la Mm oaly dally Bmpap-t with telegraph ^li^-^aatrhre In lteer Uslirr county. It prim^^BMireteleirrarthlr new* than any iKhcr^la pondfueeand business letter* alrmiltl l^e^atltlrrasrd to THESTANDARD,^at Mala ami Third atruetn. Anaconda, WEUSKSDAY,(M'TOHKK Si, Kvidriitly.the menilHTs ^^f the hii- |^preme court left both republicans ami i^democrats out of account when thev J^ordered the h|iecia) term. HepulilicMiiH ,^will now tie able to |ret what they have^been cryiiifr for. and democrat* wlio ^^hare never believed that the case need ,^ed to go into court will simply have to abidethe event. 1 Morethan a regiment of men wen- I^in court before a jury was agreed upon^in the t'ronin case. The scandal in thecanvaaaers hare onlyin part cor^^rected the wrong perpetrated by demo^^crat*.^ ...

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. — 23 October 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. toJo* Pla^^it him, n it im MikeBreslin in^nertjr's cUiwng* to impossibleto act down to US pount la, but^that be will make a match with any one at^VJb pounds for a stake or purse. FullyBOO people gathered in a Bold near^Ten* Haute on October IS to witness a^prise lUrbt to the finish between Harry^Gales of Brazil and Steve Kerns of Peoria.^There was much wrangling- about the col^^lection of gate money from the crowd, and^the upshot of it was that no tight took^place, much to the disgust of several^hundred men who paid 91 for a ticket. DannieNeed ham, the light weight who^fought Billy klyer, whipped a heavy^weight at Ashland on October 13 in live^rounds. Frank Besow, a full-blooded^Chippewa Indian, was the loser of the^fight, which was a contest of terrific slug^^ging, mostly on Needham's part. Besow^fought gamely, and did not give in until^be was so blinded by blows and weakened^by fighting that lie could reina...

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. — 23 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER a^ iM* OCTOBER. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. TMAINXtltlllVK. Fromllw South. F.*^*t ami West M.,MtVI* lloW III:.^*! M..Stuart ii :ts V.M.^|m^N Mull.- at ^^ :w^M.. ^Jri^tt^^^ii'^ ^^h^i i' lliSO A. M UmvesIti,11.- m Ui :\r, A.^A. M.. Orccaaa'a n :M A :^^!^. M. Fnun limit-^I^. M , Kilter Hi^w :.:^ I*. M. Stllillt i. all I'. M.^ ., 1lAO I*. M. From nil |^iitit^ t.n Ntnllit-rii la^clttf railm-nt. Iieer h^ip- ami Warm **^i^rtiit*^^^Lmvc ^;^rrlaun al n-.-Jo r. M.. I leer lattice tj^.^I^. M., Wiirm S|triiti*:s T.-M I^. M.. Stuart .^P. M. trmxh pki-aht. A. M. For (Miuirt. N\ ill in S|ti inn^. I^ei*r^l-txlirt-. tlarrisnn and all mm-mJ uimiiIs Mwwi^Mtsso-ul-i and Helena, im lu.hni: l*tnlll|MlHir^^Also fur ^irt'i:tt^ii. mIm i lun\ ami limit- rnUH^arrives :it Hamsun iit m A. M.. al Hutte* :*.%*!'.M. Ka* sluart. i li e*i*-i m. silver I1^*^ami Hiitlf Arrives iit Kiltie nr. I\ M. l^av^ntfte ai xinaii ^ uli train lor llamann mm all^points Fu^i ami Wm mi Nurtherti ...

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. — 23 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. 1W9. CASHEDIN HIS CHECKS TougJohi L. BUliigs Tikes His On^Life by Morphine. larud Talrnusl Ho la Ruined by the^laallom of the Ksn. Hank -^Kln.llUK* of Ik* Coroner's^alary. financially*mb. many BlTTK,tlct. 22. ^John L. Billings, u^well-known young man ahout town, i'om-^mitted suit-i tic toslay by morphine-. Karly^in the morning he went into Singer's tiring^^tort* uiid nske-el for tlie- tlr-iiK, suyinir that^he- hail Ih*.*ii (IriukiiiK anel ilcsinsl the*^morphine to epiie-t his nerves ho that he-^eiMild ire^ to sleep. JetT Thoniitiflmiuii, tlie^elerk, re-fntxtl to Hell him any morphine-.^Hilt put him up a ileisc etf hntmiele- of p^^- i^tassinin, whie-h, he- Haiti, would have- the j^deMired etTi-et. Tlie clerk anel his cus^^tomer we-re- ae-^|iiuintane-e^H anel Hillings^sUkmI Is-llim! tlie- pre-^e-riptie^n e-ase- while*^Mr. ^riietroiiKhmaii waH fiiicuircfl in eoni-^pollltdillK the- (lose-. Soonafterwanls Mr. Thomiiirhiiiaii^went out, ...

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. — 23 October 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER *3, 18891 WrliiOi.Ml f..r i-ralsi imr lnw^) ilay Itut im llw |i^rr.^Hrhm ua. rlMiltng irrrrli aixl rtrw. HUirmn toy;^A tune ihftv ImtH ^ wnmrr ^k^.^MM ^ g^M wtut drifting l^^. Shfwort- 11 ^u^il^^r dmw ^f IMiir. AMtikar luit.^Her now tunnel uiv Imt what .rf ihsf Orif in view^Home Uny frn klo wrrr, rtM^ ^lif^In bmmI r^-^|^c^lt ^|Miir Mittwl ^^^: Swrrtntnil! 1 kix-w hrr rhffk wiwiltl l^ile WilliitUwl HurpriM*^A* fch^- with rtnuHrfnii ha*t-l ey* HmnlIi.n^^'* ol.l lair.^II nuwti' my heart Willi intrrrirt atir^To think ln^w m-^ 'I would In- to hi-i. Tliirty-flvt-hundred,^ aaid the look-^rait, aa Im- nvr tbe money to tin- dealer. Thirty-livehundred.^ aaid the tlealer,^M be gave ttte big wad to Bill. Thirty-livehuiiilre^l.^ said Bill, aa he^Jammed tlie hilla into hi* pra-ket. Heplayed pretty lueky,^ observed the^^m-nlt-r, aa lie marked down *S,fiOO on tlie^losing aide of a little aeeount hook for the^proprietor to acown at when tbe aeeoutit...

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. — 23 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1.889. 7 1 ti i AVINOIO HIS OWN DEATH. Hill KlM la-^Kllled RtaL^ten Kr^^W B^I^^^Port Abraham Lincoln to Fort^Sully, hot* on the upper Missouri river, is^a bee line of 1^^ miles, but the distance as^a rider has to make it is fully 300. It is^on record that the first dispatch passing^between those posta was carried in my^l^o^-kt-t. and that at a time when ttostile^Indians almost besieged both forts. It^was on this rifle, unci about forty miles^above Sully, that a strange incident oe-^curred. From Fort Union to Yankton, a^distance of ^KJU miles, the Missouri runs^along a chuin of mountains on the east,^while on the west there is scarcely^a hill to he found. While the route^flown the enst hank is naturally more^difficult, it is also more sheltered, aiifl^that was the route I took on the occasion^referred to. While tliere were plenty of^Indians in tin- mountains and in the^mountain valleys, there were none of them^on the plains, and my...

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. — 23 October 1889

8 THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ^, ^^8 WYOMING'SCREAT GAIN Increasein the Assessed Valuation of^Property in the Last Few Tears. MM HMWUI Mlandillg la titturi and TvrrtlarUIHomU ^rr at armalan^lin^^rM^r'^ Annual ^^^-^amrt Mast* I'ul.li.. thegovi-nmr of^lie to-dity. In atatea tlutt tile Oct.Mb Tin- n^|^^rt of^Wyoming wuh untile ptllt-^Ii!m rc|*^rt the fonrnor tiMKj-HMolvaluation of all lr^^|M'rt^ in Wyoming in I*** waa fctl.sHI,-^uw iiu-aiiiMt ^M.r^ni,u^^ in imhd and *;.!C4,u^ ill1h7k. Thcac atatc uiotita, tin- governor^aay^. do not represent more than mm-^thinl ami proltalily no! limn- than on^-^fourth of tin- actual valuation. The finan^^cial ^.^ ^ ' ng of Wyoming, tin- n-|^ort^nays i^ h. ;li. ltou^l^ of tin- territory l^'^r-^uig ^^ f^'r ^^^^tit. interest an- aolil at Ml^premium, anil territorial warrants are al^^ways at |ntr und |^roui|itly |^ai^l when |^n-^fcutol. Thegovernor urtfi** i||m^ii eoligress the^adoption of a more lilM^ral |^oliey in the^matter of surv...

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. — 24 October 1889

VOL.L^NO. 43. ANACONDA,MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 18891 PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR. D.J. McDONHLD BUBOBON DENTIST. jo*,rnwu on.. omcaov F.L. ST. JEAN, A.B., M.D.. CM. aSecond street. Ht. Jean Bulldln^.^Office on First St., In Mt. Jean BulUllnu.^Office Hours: ^ to 12 A. M , | to ^ and 7 to ^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, POUCHMAOISTKA1K, JCHTU'E OK THE^FKACK. MITAKV PUBLIC, CON-^VKYAXCKK. Sic. SHEWILLTAKETHEVEIL Misslite DnitU Decides to Dewte Her^Life to iMktairt Colored Girls. WESLEYELKINS' CONFSSION myTell. H^^ ad NMhrr. J.1 Str*t*t, An.uomla,Mont. R.BOHRMHN, . ATTORNEYAT LAW. MAIMST., OVBH 1iarkkt * JACKW '^ STOKK,^Anaconda- Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney tad Counselor at Uw. Iractlce^ in all of tlx- Suite and Cnlted states^courts. Collections promptly made. Hiieeial ^t-^tentioo Kiven to Mining Properties and Mining^Uw Heal Estate, Loan* and Insurance. Pro|^-^ertv Kcnted an^l Kenls Collect isb OITlce rooms^3 and 4 Mattle Block, corner of First au^l Oak^streets. Anaconda...

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. — 24 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER M, zSSQl THEANACONDA STANDARD MiBLlSHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. byout *- or MU at trn dollars ^^three dollaas a quarter or one^dollar a month thbsthndrhd Ionly daily arsrspsper with U-l^urH|^h tlls-^atrrir. In Dmramnty. It print* soreMiKi j^i^1ii^- news than any other^neWHuaoer In Molilalia. neeand tnmtneiui U-tter^ should be^addressed to THESTANDARD. ofMaiu ami Ttilrd streets, Anaeonda,^Montana. THVRSOAY, (H'TOBKK :M. MMk Itwearien people in tliitt part of the^world to read of a parade in Salt l^ake^City which was |^ostpoiieil Ml MWMl^of rain. Such an occurrence is ho rare^in Anaconda that the oldest inhabitant^didn't recognize last night's little^shower when it came. TheHelena J our mi I industriously^quotes the rode, line liy line and pre-^^ept by prei-ept, to prove that the courts^of Montana cannot do what they never^have dreamed of undertaking. The^trouble with our contemporary is that^it does not keep up with 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. — 24 October 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER a4, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. John pno train*forth* 'Smith, who hmm been released by^the Cincinnati club, says he will pitch for^KiiniT City next year. Columbusis Betting together one of the^hardest bitting clubs in the association.^With another pitcher like Mark Baldwin^it will be a dangerous factor in the pen^^nant race nest season. Deckermade a poor showing in the^I sac^^ ^^ * batter. However, be was not^played often enough to enable bim to keep^Ilia eye on the ball, and if worked the ulariywould no doubt do better. Mulveyplayed the game of his life this Kur.With the possible exception of^nny he put up a better game at third^than any other third baseman in the lea^^gue^or for that matter, in the country. JamesMurphy and Jack Delancey, who^are to make their first appearance on the^Pacific coast before the Occidental club^on the 26th inst., are in active training,^and many predict that the tight will he a^good one. Thisseason Bufllngton w...

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. — 24 October 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 94, 1889. OCTOBER. TRAVELER'SGUIDE. MMakbivk.^11 .SO A. M. From the StHith,J-*** anil Was*^^Lnvn Butte .-U |0::^ A. M., Silver How MM^A. M., till^Mia*! 11 :1^^ A. M.. Stuart III.'. A M. :^u I^. M. Kn^m Hull.- W-ave* Hull.- ut ^'^::^^^^r. M.. Silver ltt^r .'.:44 1'. M., lirt-trsoiri. i.itil V.^St., Stuart ^^ t*^- I^. M-_ ,. 7iAOI*.M. From all points on Northern 1 a-^cine railr-KKl. Ifct-r Unite ^n^l Warm Spriiin*^liraw ^; unison at ci:.i^ P. M., l*-er l-otl^e ^^:*'^V. M , Warm Sjiriiin* T :JU 1^. M.. Sr.iuit . r.m. TRAIN l^rVART. A. M. For Stuart, Warm Spring*, ftmt ijjp,Uarrtaonami nil ka-al iiouus la-twecn Mikwuilaaii^l Helena, lli. hullUK l'liilli|^il-ur^^Also for Hrein-m, Sil\er Itotv ami Kittle Irani^arrives ;^t Carriaon at in A. M., Hi Kiittr sum |,t' P. M. For Stuart. SfasBML SiKer Koa^ami Hull.- Arrives at Kittle 4 *r, V. M. t un^ncets at Stuart with train for liurriwm mimI nil^points Hast ami West on Northern I'aellle K. K. 7...

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. — 24 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1889. LATENEWS FROM BUTTE AtUaptlade to Bin tltt Su^Frucisco ResUimt r^tl^r^^ A ran Ml (^M Cmnmrml Uw Hull*llaK tloalanlnlt -Olhrr ^^^sad (ioaslp. MONTANANEWS. IsjmiM CorreiipiMHlfOfv ^^f th^- staiHianl. Bittk, Oct.At 3.3U oVItiok thla morniusauotlmr attempt**! inceii.litary^fire wa^ diaoovr-red at tlie San Fwaneiaco^rtnttaurant in Weat Park atroet. A flush^of flro at tlH^ northeast corner of tin- r*-s-^taiirant attracted tlie attention of tlM^^waiters and Isianli-rs who were eating^^itle. The tire wax extitifruislifHl utmost^mm noon an clis^-over^-4l. Wliat math- the^fire of a more aerious nature than otln-r^of these many many attempts, is that^under tin- eunuT where the tire sturtcfl^was found a laittle about tin- sixe of a Ix-er^bottle, nearly tilled with ronnnoli hlaek^powder. Anotlier liroken Isittle was^found, with powder actattere.1^around. A fuse, formed of^tissue pa|M^r rolled tntfctller I.-.I^into the neck of the inihroke...

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. — 24 October 1889

6 THBANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER M, 18S9. AMt^^H^^tll tVatury l.ljrl.^Th*-y mei. liy the blueT^^ summer. She.all muslin iumI !^^^^^ ami hat;^A ad br a vmrth .la. I In wlillv Manuel. Brightlaatrr ami startling ^r^^ at. Tn*-rrwere moriiliiK* of lennt* ami Browning Amihowls in a gay wagoni-tir.^A haminm-k hung |iori'h at r\rn. ami TheI mi II of a ^ly i-tgarettf. Thryatroiksl on a iaHil^le-atrewu hears, lardipeeitin tin-foamy wave,^^vrr toMumt and tuiiilHing in Joy - ThatrruuirfHl an arm ntroug and brave. Tbfirwere sail* o'er a pale, tnmw^A kiss -do y^ai think it a ^iu Andwane li.^|^l'^. rollirkinit ^u^ng^^To the thrum of u niamlolin.. -washed^en. Andnwaytng to ^WaldteiirelV^The maid ii Ma*a'a a mist of white lull**;^A stolen walk and a uulet talk^In a garden ^wMi-^-ruinl ami pool. Theyranted with hand i-l^^|M and si^h^. Willi^m^. th:il i-aol! ^^^^ he'll reiiiemlM-r.^Home brown ryes iiHIsnlod him ne\t d:ty. Shr niarrKil a lord in September. -Tiiar. THOMASMARTIN'S WILL. ...

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. — 24 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 94, 1889. 7 AMEXICAN BOSS TWEED.^Itla O^ ** s /1 .s. AH. th. 3. S. ILE OS. EU_. r hinrwill^it is our I. IBS. bus )ND1 mannerat colonial naj or ^corral! n^^^the Mexican Tote In California ia quite^different from that practiced in the eaat.^While the California method ia equally^effective it ia more romantic and partakes^more of pleaaure than of political hnai- BuenaVenture, California ia a little^town of about three thouaand people,^about twenty per cent, being Mexicans.^But the Americana have overshadowed^the deacendaiita of Montciiima, crowdinc^them to the wall, or rather to tli^^ outskirts^of the town, where there ia a distinctive^villase of adobe huts. The Mexican does^not feel ^at liomc^ in any kind of a house^but the air-tight hut of adobes, roof.il^with red tiles. In the northern end of^thia town of ^Uood Venture^ is a^lono; ailols- house roofTed with re^l ties.^The walls of the house are four fi-ct in^thickness, painted white wi...

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. — 24 October 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER M, 1889. AORIS ART WORK^VMlkM flMlu Wka la rrwotaf a 1 hi. emi* h**^l St.Laaiis haa another prodigy, says a^h-tter frnm tlutt pity, and alw may hi- wen^at any hour durinc the day tlreeaed in a^brown blouae skirt. Jumper jacket, and a^little round hat. fnwolnf the walla of the^Southern Hotel. Her nani*^ la Carrie^Meyers, and ahe resides with her father at^106 South Fourth atreet. Though only 15^years of age, Carrie has, unaided, designed^and executed the fnwoing for a large^number of the finest ruonta in the hotel,^and a* regarded ^^^' her employers aa an^able and aeeontpliatied fresco artiat. She^ia very pretty and grueeful. anil alan am^^cot^dingly shy. Under the protect^^ing presence of Iter father hIm' carortcd^the re|Kirter in her Ktiitlio. where all-^iaiil^rmniof aa many different aulijecta fracedthe walla ill cluirming ecuifuaion.^.iiM-ioiiH iMiiiehea of fruits ami Mowem^hung hcaidc anil over meadow ami wimmI^^i-i-iim, and an old...

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