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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 30 November 1889

muxiid bv cxs^i^t^ nr^'^'^its nou iw mmm mmnrH. VOLL^NO. 74. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1889. _*^t xdusstisi 1 PRICEFIVE CENTS. umiwm^mcards.^D. J. MCDONKLD UaVUKOH BOSTONS GREAT BLAZE ElietrteLight Wins Gum I Ua if^UlUou it tht Bib. Unl Luk. T.D. FITZGERALD, ^st mioihtka1e, justiceOF OON- VKYANCKK,Ac. THE F3.BROWN* AHorsey at Law.^la Barrett ft Jackys Block. Mala street,^Annr anils, MoitM^ ff.O'LBAIT, Attorney ud fcuwUf at Uw. PracticesIn Ul of the Mate and United mates^oourta. Collections promptly made. Special at-^xnnttnn given to Mining Properties and Mining^law. Heal Estate. Loans and Insurance. Prop-^arty Rented and Rents Collected. Office rooms^S and 4 MatUe Block, corner of First and Oak^1 Anaconda. Mont. TV F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. FirstStreet Between Main^Anaconda, Montana. TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIIt^hy a new process. All classes of Dental Work^executed In first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without riates. H.W STEPH9NS, PHYSICIANAND 8UHOKON, MONTAN...

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. — 30 November 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER JO, iRtpu THEANACONDA STANDARD ISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. bycantor or mall a* trm dollars a^yaar. tkroc dolUt. a quarter or one^^nUar a mouth THB8TRNDRRO laUta on If daily newspaper with tehtrrai**) dla-^i In Iteer UnIk* county. II prints^telegraphic news than any other^newspaper in Montana. leneesixl iMisiness letters slMNild be^aililri'ssi'il to THESTANDARD,^of Main ami Third streets, Aiuwomla,^Montana. SATIROAY. NOVKMHKK :^^. 1H^^- FRIENDSOF S'LVtR^The St. Louis silver convention is at^^tracting more attention in tKast^than the Wall street crowd thought^possible. In the very stronghold of the^money kings prominent financiers and^^ankers are helping in the light for the^restoration of the white metal to its^proper position. Hanker Kt. John ill a^recent letter to the New York Clisunlier^^f Commerce, asserts that his plan to^retire I'nited States notes w ill enhance^the price of silver and maintain that^advance 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. — 30 November 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER *^. 1889. He's AUthe aunJI^Wkatr'rr he alM.^Tte wide waaMaJ pralanu Who tHoflly) iMk'khd.too. am: Tlaehall-Aal *ulay**.^id yet harw sail it In fur him.^T^ laieat ^prime from earUeat nil.^Til Umt, with ^ntfliiiiK elm* tat eat^Than hm y mhiw alama- h|^ en laallc. l^aually^^The^ ball playerI^ ,. -^ ^hfcrm/^ Jfoil. IT LIVES BUT A DAY. WM.L. HOOK, MARCUSDALY, Vic* Pres't-^W. FirstNational Bank -OK- ANACONDA.MONT. Alarloaa Aretle ^ lower That^la Mlavrta. AFrench paper Hi vr^ a faaciiiatitia; aar-^eount of a newly tliarorered flower, of^which ruruora hare from time to time^reac^b^d tlie eara of floriculturiata. It ia^called tin- anow Mower, and ia aaid to have^been diacovcrcd by fount AntboakofT in^the moat northern |M^rtion of Siberia,^where the ground ia contiiitionaly^covered with fnwt. Thia wonderful^object alMJotM forth from the fro^^aen aoil only on the flrat day^of each aiiecceditia' year. It ahinf^a but^for a aiuirie day, and then re...

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. — 30 November 1889

TMBANACONDA STAMM1D: SATURDAY MORN^f^^ M)VEMBBR at HOVBMIM. TRAVELERS*GUIDE. ANOFF DAYAT HELENA loQtoraa ii the Lower House ud lo^lev Deielopneats. IBBB HiMA. M. From Hutte and Harrison^^U*ra Huttoml io:j^ A. M.. Silver Howu.^^^J^A. M., Stuart II:*.'. A. M. C^niw.l^^l Ht.iart^with train wlilcli l.-aves Harrison at lo Mi A. M , !^^^' p^fi^. -Freni' Hutte I-rsrcs Hurt*' r.M.. Silver How H:V. I'. M.. Stuart r^:l^ P. M. taw f. M. From Hutte -l^*avi*s Unite at^ *^iJ'^F. M., Silver How 4.43 P. M., Stuart P. M. Teasr. M. -From ^:arrisoii -Leaves UMW^^ **y at.. Uwr lAtdge ^:^T P. M.. Htuarl fm vmAiaan^r^RT. f^^^ A. M.^For llutre unl Harrison Arrives^at Htuarl 7 A. a.. Silver How ^::*)i A. M..^Butte* A. M. Tris tnUn eniiiiccl* :il Sliiurl^wttti train for Harrison. wlii^ h arrives at l**^*r^Ufa ^:^^^, Harrison 10 A M. ,|] V. M.^For Harrison Arrives at Muart leer bmtga 4-iei, Harrison * ^^.^idtV. M.-K^^ Hull**-Arrive* at Stuart 4:1a,^Bllver How 4 37. Hutte 4^- ~ ~- -For Hiitte-Arrives at Stuar...

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. — 30 November 1889

TUBANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORM1NG, NOVEMBER 30. iSSp. UTENEmFROMBUnE Ifl*iKldtits Before Jid|e^lnUrk in Police Coert BMMBIOner^nomlrof of Uw Borne,Nov. SB.^Thanksgiving day^PMMid off quietly in Butte. ^ few ry.^turned thanks by getting very druu*.^Thankffivinc services iu the church**^well attended. The crowd a^t tha^buUM in the evening was en^f- I J 4%a for a couple of day*. It in^ff wu a, 111.111 in Butte who^fellows happy on Thunli THIJURV PISAORBKD^TrM| ^* Ike Cnaa mt Anincident which illustrates the good-^^eaa of Judge Newkirk'^ heart came under^the notice of a Stahoakd reporter on^Wednesday evening. Several of the three^hundred men who paid ^2.110 a piece to the^aooundrel alcCaiiuleee to procure them a e were known to be without money,^ring paid their last $2.0O tor a promise^of work. The big-hearted juatice wna^^ing a gang of |^oorly dreased and^ry looking laborers upon the street^id happened to hear them deploring^their financial condition. The Judge^^topped and said: ^...

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. — 30 November 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVB MEER 30, 1889. AMural Oariassa.^T1h^ rtty gaT* ^ ^|Utfr i-^Ni*arii;^Then*'* a a* ^^f limitr* ^^'^^ luw^ to torn.^Though she nuty claim with aiitti) heat^Hue t^WM-ati^Mi * t|Uite oHiiph'tc. tthndon't kao* varlm from |^i/.-n^Nor iMNhm' niiH-h almm the fi*.-il*-^That'* |^rt^|h-u-^t ti^ iriw lh^' stis-a.^Nor ham ^MI earth lo lunl :^ rlm-fc. Mi^ gin^rally nhi-'n ^ke^-rt of l^nr^.^Ami hollfnt 11 you ni.iit n^u alian;^Aad a^ fi*r nm aiHl goal-, that ^ mild^^h^^'^ km.I. r k^|Whh^k that Ihi-y'rf wild. Mhei-an'l ^^tlmh fi-mi'* ^^^^!. ^or tn-i--..^Ami 3m ^ 110 n^' ill MMk In t ^,^liul tlifii. ^^^ take m-r all in all.^Nn' t lairiy ^^!^^^^^ I In- HI) sail St.Itf'.l'li* '^ J'MI Mil/. m^ ^^^ 1 SPORTINGGOSSIP. Tla \V^^*t^Tti Turf t 'i^iitrn-^k, at it^ n--^^-^-nt annual MMftiiiii, i-llt-i-tiil a MMIHf^of rliutiiifM in it- riih^ ih.it will make |^hoiim-I liiiiw of a Mir amoiiK lurflinn. Imnx- |^owiH-ra ill |tartii'tilar. I In- moMt iiii|x^rt-^ant iM'tioi...

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. — 30 November 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER JO, I tap. THELOCAL MARKET . D ewYork. .pec 100, ^t^ ^m^^pulverized H * A* IMS^^MMftaaf^lfefe, Maple ^ |t^H HU*MaLinS ni^U^aVaW^l^nilaluiiiif snr!^Mocha, 37^lMOr; roasted Klo and C^jU Hk^, MO^Ei BSl Carhoio, 3ac; ISaassii Mocha and^Java, Manor; Arhuckle'a, 3flc. Tea*Japan, lasSSi Engirt breaktart.^^I.oo; tlunnowder, 4ftc^^^si.n0; extra Young Hy-^aon TMati ^^^. Hcklca-Eastern 3 ical.. taJO; 5 sal.. *Uv cent*a share upiM stockof aaid cnsnpaay, amrri-citlinK the nun of^payable no the -JMh day of November, 15,01 A.1^. Potatoes*1 .TA per cwt.^Call base Per cwt. ^3. ma,by Joseph V. Ixmue. Treasurer of salt! riy,at the hanking house of llisre. Brown-^To., Ilatte, Montana. And the transfer^books of said company m ill close 011 the -joth day^of November, tiuw, and will reopen on the .'1st Hyorder of the Hoard of Trustees. J.K. t'l.AKK, ITcsldeol.^t'HAKI.KH H. WAKKKN, Secretary.^I^^t^l Novetnl^er la^ ' Rajsa,per ease^Butter, per *^, Cheese,per ...

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. — 30 November 1889

THKAMACOMDA STAMPARD: SATURDAY MORNING, ^OVHMBBR 3D. BONOSAND STOCKS. atam^^ th. NawY^MtK. Not. Stocks ww actire^I material I^ from We^lui-^-^i rtwiluol, though in the aft^-r-^aomewbat better condi-^i of affair* than in the early portion of^The rloee wm weak at aliotit the^a-iree of the day, m^t one of the^ar-tire IW showing an ad ranee. Cnieago^gste lost s^^ Praneiaro, preferred. *H.^awar SVi. Tenneaeee roal 2H. Wlaeotieiii^Central ami Woatnni Union l\t ^ a *h eon-^eolirlatcd gas ami Transcontinental 1H^eh. Rock Island and Northern Pari fir,^pfereed, H eaoh, St. Paul. Denver,^land Hi. Worth and I'll ion Pacific^1U each. Gorennnentboiiilit dull find steady.^Petroleum ii|m-ihiI mphik nt l^fi^i, ami^advaii^^t^d to It*!}*', tlion wcnhi'inil and^decline*- to im1., a rally followed ami the^cloxiiitt ^i^h tlrtn at lnf^'4. ^ !^^.^^^I lifi'j. StockKst'liaiiw fssMMtitlgl l'^.^%; liigli-^eat lOtiM: lowest ltM'4; 1-l.muig- Ii Coiiaoliil.ifeilK vi'tiTtuiri- OpciiiiiK: KM;^highest, KKVi: lowest,...

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. — 1 December 1889

D UUI NEDOUJCR FBW MONTH. heJlnaftifiM BT XDUSIvTISINC It VOL.I.^NO. 75- ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER x, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. jTwcDONHLD UK-IKONDENTI8T.^orricB otu joi. r ktkrs co., P.*L. ST. JEAN. A.B., M.D., CM. iceoa Second street. M. J ran BulldiUK-^OflW on First St.. In 8t. Jean Building.^^ Hours: ^ to 13 A. M., Si tot and 7 to* P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, rOUCR MAUISTKAiE, JUSTICE OF THE^I'KAC'K, NOTARY PUBLIC, CON-^VEVANCKK, tit: Hta*****^*****-. Anaconda,Mont. Attorneyat Law.^Office In Barrett fc Jaeky's Block. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana. f.O'LEABY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Practicesin all of tbe Mtate and United Mates^court*. Collections promptly made. Special at^^tention Riven to Mining Properties and Mining^law. Heal Estate, ly.aiiH and Iiisurance. Prop^^erty Kcnleil and Kent* Collected. llttlce rooms^^ and 4 Mattie Hlock, corner^streets. An;iconda. Mont ofFirst and Oak F.P. Firststreet Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana. NOTF...

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. — 1 December 1889

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER I, lS titleAnd tb^ fact that be is a brother of^the Marquis off Lanadowne. Tbo bride is^XI y^w old, and though not strikingly^beautiful, la oonaidered exceptionally^brilliant. E8TE8 GONNELL NCORC7CNTIL.OCOMPKNY. Ourstock of Fall and Winter Goods was never so com^^plete as now and prices will be found as low or^lower than can be found elsewhere. BARGAINSIN EVERY DEPART^^MENT. DRESSGOODS! Inthis department we are excelled by none.^We invite inspection and take pleasure^in showing the Latest Novelties. ThisWeek. 54-inchall-wool Ladies' Cloth at 65c per yard. This cloth is cheap^at 90 cents. 38-inchwool Tricot at 40c per yard, well worth 75c per yard.^The newest styles in Dress Flannels at 49c per yard.^Extra Heavy Twilled Flannels at 50c a yard, worth 75c.^40-inch all-wool Tricots, new line of shades at 48c per yard. HOSIERYAND UNDERWEAR. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY raaby carrier or mail at lea ...

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. — 1 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER I, 1889. SPORTINGGOSSIP. Anentthe value of the turf of the United^States a well known turf writer baa calcu^^lated that the pursuit ajires employment^to 60,000 people and iudirecthr assists^^0,000 more to a lirclihood. The thor^^oughbred Htalliona and brood mar^^on the atest stock farms are valued at^98,000,000, and the sons and daughters of^these stallions and brood mares earned^above *2.UUO,000 more during- the last^season; the value of the stock now om-^iojred for racituf bein* valued at $7,000,-^00, while the capital invested ill race^tracks and stable* is ^K,OuO,0UO. The stock^farms embrace 14O.U0O acres of the Mnest^land in the country and last year the^yearling foals footed up to ^l,UOU,0U0,while^the attendance at race courses numbered^over ^,nO0,OU0. Speakingof ^Inuondr'h sale an KiikIihIi^writer says: ^It is always with regret that^we part with such horses as Ormonde, but^I believe that the duke, who used to fre^^quently ride h...

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. — 1 December 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i, 1889. DECEMBER. 714 31 a TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TKAlNl*A HIII v K. lliSOA. M. From lUitlr ami IJsrrlann-^Lbmpm lllltti- m IO:Vl A. m.. Silver How 11 -fin^A. M.. Niiui II :.tj. A. M. Connect* al Stuart Trithtrain which I- awsiiarrisoii lit iiijo A. M..^*vr Unlet- 111:4-1 A. M.^S:40 f. M. l-'nuii Unlit- l.cii\c* Hutte .t:tn^V. M., Nil tor BowI^. M.. smart 3:li^ I^. M. 4:1*I'. M. From Unite U'av.-k Unite at r..:a^^P. M., Silver How .Via I^. M.. Stuart li-.or. I^. M.^TtSS P. M. Knun ihirrinoii l^-ave* tiai rl-ton :*ll\ M , Dht Unlit* 6:47 P. M., Stuart 7 :e^^P. M. tka1nh(iki'ikt. 7:4*1A. M. For llutre ami Harriotts Arrive*^Sl Mil.trt 7:V. A. M.. Silver Haw s : u^ A. M..^Butte s t^, A. M. Ti is train connect* lit Stuart^with tram for Harrison, wlii- li arrives at Itser^I/O-Iri^- IJL llsritui l^ A.M. :Ao I*. M. For Harrison Arrive* al Milan l^ecr U*lgt^ 4 :^^^, narrinoii 4 4it4P.M. Km Hullo Arrive* at Muart 4:1ft. SilverHow 4 :t7. Unite 4^TilS...

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. — 1 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER I, 1889. S ITLOOKS LIKE MURDER ABotte Painter Charged lit- Murder^^ing His Wife Yesterday Morning. toLittle Chilli T^llfl^Th^t Her Father^DM tits Miootlng - llarrlrrr Ha} ^ That^Mia Wife Mini lirnxtir^toa-^II let Ins Tent i mow jr. pacta!to the simulant. Bdttr,Nov. :w. -The little groon paint^^ed, one-atory house on tlio south side of^Baat Uulfiia Btrvtst, and numlx-lfd SO, w;t*^thr) scene thin morning of w!i:tt the evi^^dence hIiowh to have beeu a runnier. 'J'lio^bouse is divided into three small rooms.^The one room opening into the Ktnvt in u^aitf.-tr store ; this ^^|^eiis into a rear room,^aacd as a sitting room, and still further to^tun rear is a sloepiiitf MM This room had^u eiitniiifc from the rear of the house.^The rooms were occupied hy Mrs. Julia^Barriere, who tins morning was found^dead ill tin- sleeping room. The only wit-^acaaea of her death were her biistuiud.^Joseph liarriere ami their little daughter^^ot unite four years ...

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. — 1 December 1889

THEANACONBA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER I, si Mats^M his drowsy propers,^Aaai Dm^Mows ovi hh^ KM. th^ oiji maid. AkMM she trad lifr'n dn^rv st^^r. HowUmmr you ask. Vh, w.41^Wk; nmi Um- Wr aw tell Imit a*^. *rUse* wiU V* Jud*. IHAVK ^-HAN^^rt^. IkliT I her Inr asrsaothiT's sake. Butnow U^- yi-ars ii*t^ I^^wii,^I'M very Ktad fi^ (f t the ckaar*^To kiss her wr her own. KnuwtKntrriirtiw. mrrON K IN TKN.^ley write out their naini-s in full^Who wield an author'* lieu.^Am llli-hard Horn ton Haiidi-rsoti.^As Dr. frttrharil Morton Anderson.^Itr. Heury lit-iim-r lieuu.^I say: ^Toor fool*,, you think a uiune^In ssrttoos three will lirtnx you rstrue!^^But do they wiu that il.-kle diuni-'.' Notoof In leu.^ ^,. ^nJBBk THEAFFAIR ATGOULTERS NOTCH. iiv ahiikosk HIKIK'K. Doyou think. Colonel, that your l^r;iv^-^CouMur would like- to put one of liis guns^iu h^rt^^ the (^^'imrul usk^-^l. Hewu apparently not altogether^nrioua; it certainly did not kooiii a plar^o^wborei any artilleriat.bowcvnr hr...

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. — 1 December 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER i, 1889. THELOCAL MARKET 1Bwi D^y is.no; loaf, ^is.io, maple V .1-^.. -^roo^; green Mo. : Java MamlaluW. -klarket SSSeSa,at^te'; rauud Kto and CBEJH. sstf^^e; r-^-1-1 CarlwUo, ^^; rnwlM) aturba aud ftiVmaiMtr. Arrmckle's. ane. Tw-Japaa,3n^.'^r: KogUah breakfast,^tl.ao; Hiinpowder, 4^C^S1.O0; extra Young Hy^^son. .7Mt4l.un. rfckles-Eartern-Sleal., 93.90. ^ gal.. ^3.80; 10^^Sj., tO.00. Potatoes-S1.7R per rwV fylissnx 1*~T t-wt. 03. tot,per rase, Sium. BiU^*r, per *, KruIuT'iTr'l.-,rH'pj^i^per 6-^^ pack**'*. THc*^^Si .00: ditto sliced, !^^-^^ boxes, t*c per S^; peaches,^^alt fjtke, iSc: apricots, 30c; evaporated ditto,^^c; blackberries, ifie; raspberries, SBe. Callformiafruits, ^.-..aui^ti.so per caae. a.ft Htamlarti tomatoes, S3.'Jb, ^^Htandard corn. 03.00. ^^Htsndnrd peas, *XV^; seconds, $2.7*. -l^atrtnp and I .una beans, fti.75. DriedBeans Navy. o^i.oo per 100 ^; Lima,^av.no; Bayou, Ss.Sa. Wheat.No. l. per 100 *^, t^.no. ora,rraeketl, p...

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. — 1 December 1889

THBAM ACQ WD A STANDARD t SUNDAY MORNING,. DECEMBER i, 1889. ived^Tlio w'l.n m9 eriod, stistira Mm seedin^at Glen-^^rid^ntly^uid to hetratevnBBat^ Mrn bothelaitn^sflW^r * celebrated Ial^ found in Missouri. Inthe Caaeade'l^^p*Bfl Hout aoven ty-BTOmiles fr^m^saV-kWsWine, in to l*^^found the groat Sunken lake. It is aaid to^siaiss.li 3,000 feet down to tlte water on all^^Idea. Taw depth of tlie water ia unknown.^It is about fifteen milea long by four and^ewe half wide. Thateditor of the Salem Journal waa^waylaid Msmrtay night by a tin horn^^amhler naanwd vi sorgo Wood, and hia^wife on account of an article that ap^^peared in that paper. The eouple were^are^ted and duly fined. The editor man^^aged to aa vn a whipping by* iMsJrur hia^tangup until aome policemen arrirefl. Thetiiaho County ftw I'rrjt* aaya: ^Nea^Peree Joaeph Tlaitc-d General Gib^^bon in Portland recently, and etartod his^usual whining complaint about the trcut-^mant be ^a_a)s*iia peo|de hare^from the s^^Vrnawiit and ita ag...

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. — 3 December 1889

DIUXMID^V CXHIM XT^assam mi i w*n^ ^|R MONTH. ghejVnaean-fta kT XDu^irrisiHC 'jtTTHi IVIIMU VOL.I.^NO. 7* ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUBSDftV MORNING. DECEMBER 3, l88 PRICEFIVE CENTS. UMMItlCAKD*.^DR. D. J. MCD0HKLD UBO BOM DBMTIBT.^ovFioa or mm joe. Ma F.U. ST. JEAN. A.B., M.D., CM. nBeeond ^tm. BC Jtu Building.^^Office on first Ht., la BL Jean Building.^Hours: t to 13 A. M., S to^ and 1 tot% TM. T.D. FITZGERALD, POLICEMAOIKTBA1E. JUSTICE OF THE^PEACE, NOTARY PUBLIC. CON-^VEYANCEB, Be. mm^rwt, Amaeooda,Mont. F. BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Office In Barrett B Jacky's Block. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana. T.O'LEIRY, Attorney ut Counselor at Law Praetkseain all of tha* State and United KtaU^s^courts. Collection* promptly made. Special at^^tention given to Mining Praiuertles ami Mluli^Law. Real Estate. Loans and I usurancav. I*ru_^erty Rented aud Rents Collected. Ofncc rooms^S and 4 Mattle Block, a-oruer of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. FirstMtreet Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, F.P. CHRI...

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. — 3 December 1889

THEANACONDA tTABDARIh TUBSDAT MORNING, DECEMBER 3, iMpi THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY 11 innni- a quarter m THBi rdaily newspaper with telearaph dla-^^ In I^eer hode* county. 3t print*^^telegraphic newflhun any other^^ |in1and bustnna letters should ba addressedto THBSTANDARD,^off Mala and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. TtTfcSDAY.DECEMBER S, HISSILVER RECORD^It's no difficult task to net Montana^republican iiewuapers rigrtit in regard^to Speaker Heed's silver record, and the^relations of Congremman Carter to that^gentleman's election. In April, lNNo,^Mr. Reed voted in favor of the susneii-^^ion of silver coinage. He voted Hg-uinst^the Bland bill. He has l^een conspicu^^ously and consistently the enemy of^silver. He took active measures to hurt^the cause of silver in llarlield's time. Whenhe came to Anaconda, on Fri^^day-. September t^, to speak for Carter,^Mr. Heed was handsomely received and^expressed himself hiffhly frratitied with^the r...

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. — 3 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER J, iSSgi U.HOCK,^MARCUS DALY, Vic* PiWt W.^ ANACONDA.MONT. vidanUjria Aaihrer awl, look!) tr-weiaatdevtoe to an^wUcb knaeW a Turk, CAPITAL, mmmwita calm -9100.000 iApril n, 1Mb IS^bia iimoiI baton.^Cloak borates la^i exquisite p-iarcsd sises,of the^In sirrer. Arival to tba txpnulT* sartor claap ia^sas new riWar mm fold stocking support- [^ara now in the market. novel eoneeption In scarfpins ia a I^aold anvil, in treat of which ia aunk a per^^pendicular line of diamonds. Opara-arlaaaholders in chased gold and^ta stained Wory aad silver deposit are con^^spicuous ia Jeweler*' displays. novel Hem in card receivers is a silt^hronae heart resting upon three da.ru and^containing at oae end a tiny cupid. Briea brae novelties include a terra^cotta heart with a cupid'a bead and ^ boul^^ders smilinc through the center. Numberedamong the fanciful hairpin^devices is a blue tinted moonstone, set in^a diamond-shaped frame of rubies. Littlebroase trou...

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. — 3 December 1889

4 THHANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3. r^9- TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TRAIN*AKKIVK. ll.noA.Knmi Bull*' and Garrison - |MTnHutte al 10:.W A. M., Hilver Bow II :^ls^A M., Smart 11:32. A. M. Connects at Stuart^with train which lca\e*t^larrbton at lO:-JU A. M.,^|Wr 1.^nI_'^- 111 4-1 A. M. _ |,40P. fi. - From Hutte W^avea Unite 3:*^^V M , Silver Bow ^.':!^ I*. M.. Smart 3:l^ I^. M. (,10P. M. From Bull*' U*svcs Bull)' al H::^t^P. M., KUvcr How .v^ IV M.. Stuart * **^ V. M. Tillsp. M. From liarriwtn- leaves ^larnson^^ m V. m., I^wr Unltr* H IT P. M., Stuart 7:JU^P. m thainiorrAKT.^7:40A. at.^For Butte ami tiarrltwin Arrive* MStuart 7 v. A. M , Silver Bow s:.^i A. M., Butle^ A. M. Tris train colct* al Stuarl withtrain for Harrison, wlileli arrives al l^cer 1mIim* ^::vi, Harrison in A. M.^StM P. M. For (.arrison Arrives at Slimrl ji.v l^^s-r I^Mlire 4 tlarrisou *^^**.^^ :00 I*. M. -For Unite Arrive* at Stuart 4:1ft. SilverBow 4 Butle 4 :*^.^Til^ P. M. For Butte -Arrive* at Stuart 7:1ft....

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