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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 3 December 1889

theanaconda standard: tuesday morning, december 3, 1889. 5 LATENEWS FROM BUTTE 1mTiuel Pnciiet Plan a Ptrt ii tM^(Mice of Pablic Admlalstrator. MewWko Waat to Taaa Cku|^ ^*^Uh Mite of Mn. Barriere^Mr.^Marehy la^^f Her POUR^OTTLE8 OF WINI MMW I ICorrMPondence of the MMMMrt. Butte,Dec. 2.^The election trouble* of^this city art' likely to bo further compli^^cated in the matter of settling up the es^^tate of Angelique Barriere, the woman^who was killed on Saturday momiritr.^The office of public administrator stands^In the same situation as that of sheriff.^The democratic candidate, James W.^Murphy, is elected with the vota of pre^^cinct 84, while without that precinct,^George Pascoe, the republican can.^didate is electetl. Pascoe is the for^^mer administrator, just as Lloyd^was the former sheriff. Lloyd lias^retained the sheriff's office, and^the question is whether Pascoe will en^^deavor to continue performing the duties^of public administrator. The case of tiie^Barriere woman is the f...

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. — 3 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3. iSSg. MY LADY'S WATCH. O rt*r J OAto my lady I ha^a loa*^Tuo Una of day. Onrtouda of laoa, ao sort and U*-M,^Upon her bosom, ao wars and wnn*.^^fa away from out of al*-nt,^I lie. aeraoely. Haaa days 1 quit* forgotl** Ua,^And erarcetjr bmh^ her oueettnala*;^Nor hear her softly. wroUy ales.^Tin- monieota eniding- Oftwhen the twilight eliade* appear.^Her litII.- heart seems wild with fear.^And taperinK Bnsvrs stealing^In hast* withdraw me. Hereyea ^^f auft and llunld brown,^t'pon my round whlta fare look dw^And then onee more wit Ma bar gown.^Kite ^|ui^akly slips me. Iknow her well, her heart rereale^The fear and trouble that ahe feela.^auilit that o'er her red lipa elaala^la for her lower. Hemnut and to hia heart at laat a*ylady's dreary momeata paat,^er hiti^|^y ones ones ara flying faeti,^lie tomlly clasps bar. Ataneh a time I tremhllnK 11a, Andemilil I utter atasp or cry,^I'd lieu him wnli a pleading algh^To ai^are my i-rystal. And...

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. — 3 December 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3. ^^-* THCLOCAL MARKE1. Parnate, RI^^SS^^rtbr^f^ ^*^^ COUNTI^.aa;Gum^owdcr.4Boattl.^^; extra touag Hy- a..TWlU, ^. . _ aaaw.es Risks Kantara IWL.gKJi; Beat.. M^l . SAMPRAM EN KO. FreshCine, Oysters and Fish, Liquor*.Cigars. Candies. Nuts and^Fniita. Butter. Fresh Egg*, and rv^ PRODUCB .amt7JSj.Tr t5per ewt.^.. _ rrirt, 93.^asr ease, as.on. hdwr^esTper S-ti^fl at, ditto sliced, sfcfc boxes. Ma per ^; Matches,^^alt Ijske. Me: apricots, -j^c; evaporated ditto,^^Be; blackberries. 15e; raspberries, 3ftc.^GaUforala fruit*. |U*Ma per ea^a-a^ Htaadard tomatoes, aa. JR, *^*^ rHandard corn. ^3.aB. *a.B^tttandard pea*. a.-i.id; seconds, aj.Te.^%^% string ami Uma beans, #2.75.^Dried Bad^ Nary, as.oo per M dors,cracked per 100 *. $1.7S. ,^Bran, per ion *^, ai.so; bran and ahorU par I SB Lutse^^l^'d 4T Rdnt, Mort., I^CVt. II, la*, f^lea U hereby s+rea that the following M*^; Lama, Uertuuf'Jled m^tlce of his intention makeAnal proof In support of hi...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 3 December 1889

THttANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DBCBMBBR J, iBBf. REPORT. nil: tudei Wamudotor,Doc. 2.^SwreUry Noble's^MM^I report for tbs department of the^interior ia unusually large, covering 187^of printed matter. Ita introduovnr^relato to affairs in Oklahoma which^a population of ^0,000, with W arhoola,^m churches and 22 newspapers. Much^apace ia given in the report to the census,^which ia to be taken in 1880. In the way^of preparation for that work the secretary^: MAa an illustration of the magiit-^of this undertaking, it ia only neeea- to mention the fact that it is estimated thatthere will lie employed in taking the^11th census, 42,OU^ enumerators, 2.0OO^clerks, from 800 to 900 special agents, 17ft^supervisors, aud 25 experts. The hiiiiiIht^of published v-lnnies will iimhnlily exceed^those of the lOth census. The calculation^has been matte that if the inuiiiry in re^^gard to veterans should yield l,li(JO,U0O^names, it will take eight quarto volumes^of 1,000 pages each to contain the...

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. — 4 December 1889

DiuuMiD^v cnnmmn kt^^MB DOLLXR rail M9HTH. r*. f ^ . *^, * *^*BTXDlfBffTISIHC RXTM^w^t thi BUSINESS ipnc*. VOL.L^NO. 77- ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. KCD0HRLD UBOKONDENTIST.^omcB ovh jam. mm co.. F.L. ST. JEAN. A.B., M.D., CM. onHeeood street. St. Jcm Building.^Ontee 00 First St., la St. Jru BuUdins.^Hours: 9 to v2 A. M., a to e and 7 to ^ P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD, rOlACK MAC1STKA1 R, .ICHT1CK OF^PEACE. NOTARY PUHLIC. CON^VEYANCEK. sit. THE Anrondk,Mont. F. BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^order in Barrett * Jacky's Block. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana. f.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. rractlceHIn all of the Slate and United States^courts. Collect Ions promptly made. Itoeiiiai at^^tention given to Mining Properties and Mining^Law. Real Estate, biuns and Insurance. Prop^^erty Kentml and Rents Collected. ^MBee mom^S and t Matlle Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. F.P. CHRISMAN. FirstStreet Between Main...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, il IHEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. .bycarrier or Bull m H^n dollar,^year, tlirw ^tollai^ ^ nmtrter ur one^dollar a month THBSTHNDHHD laMk* only dally new^|i^per with ti-Wnr^ph dla-^ateiw* In l^eer I'M tire county. It .print,^f icIcKraphic new.than any other^DrwspaiM-r In Motitaua. rncpand Ninnrw 'i-tti-r. should n*^atlilrcKsitl to THESTANDARD. ofMain and Third RtrceU. Aimu-oihIa,^Montana. WK1NKSI^AY. DKCKMHKR :t. lxw^.^^ ^ ^ WhenIttissell H. llarrimm hurried to^Washington intent on petting his^father to help fraud in Molilalia, he tot -^gnt to reniinti tlte old gent leiiian that^Montana would like a little lift on sil-^^er. If you don't lielieve it, read the^paragraph in the President'a message^^n the silver question. Youcan get the Stam^aiu^ for a^whole month at the modest price of one^dollar. To every miner in Montana^this morning's issue alone is worth that^amount, as it prints the testim...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4. 188ft KINOJOHN'S DIATM. 'Manalek erf A.bysinnia^Um ffollowlnc account of the death at his^Kins John, to ho drawn up^I officially-circulated: ^TtaMfmwM^^MMrhlng acainat the troops of Menelek^when he received the news that the M^b-^dite had invaded bis territory and had^reached Gondar, where they burned^eereral ehurcbes. Kin* John immediately^retraced bis steps and returned by forced^marches to Gondar. Warned of this^movement the Mabdists Intrenched^themselves behind a formidable^work formed of several lines of defeuse.^Without loosing an instant after his^return to Gondar the king led his troops^in person to the attack. The first six^lines of the Mussulmans were carried with^admirable dash, but at the seventh, com^^posed of anattis, covered withjiine |K^ints,^the Abysinians hesitated. They fought^with naked feet and many were cruelly^wounded by the spikes which the Mab^^dists had placed in the ground. Seeing^this, the negus rushed ...

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. — 4 December 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, iM* ITM^31 w. IIis itI* 13 T14^St^38 TRAVELERS'GUIDE. train*AKKIVK. UiMA. M.-Knan Butte and Harrison^^Lmtn HiKtc at in Vi A. M., Silver Bow llfl*^A. M., Stuart II :.*.!. A. M. Comiei-ts ill Stuart Rthtrain slilchl* a\csi.arn*-.ii at lti:JO A. M.,^nl^to' i^ ^A.M.^S^40 I'. M. Kit.in Butte- l.c*\in Butte .1:411^r. M., Silver Bow 3:X^ I*. M . Stuart :i:l^ I*. M. ^^^^. M. -Fn^m Butte l**^vin Italic at n:.^i^K M,, Silver Bow .%:^:^ IV M.. Stiuirt I*. M. 7tA.I I*. M. From i.airisiMi - leaves Harrison^|*r. M., Peer l-oilgu ^:47 P. M., Stuart 7 : r.m. train*DKI'AHT.^1:40 A. M. For lintre ami t;^rrl*on AlllVM^at stuart 7 .v. \. M.. Silver Bow *:.m A. M..^Butte K :4% A. M. Ti is train iimini-ts at stiuirt^with train for Harrison, wlu. li arrive* at l^ecr^Wstgi- i^::ki. ^!urri*ou to A. M. iAA l\ M.- For Harrison-Arrive* at Stuart^^ :1ft, llwr LNtge *^^^, Harrison taTsV 4i40l. M. K^^ Butti' Arrive* at Stuart 4:1ft, SilverBow 4 :i7, Hntl. 4 r...

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. — 4 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4, 1889. S TENEWS FROM BUTTE PfttopaMiOrdiiuce Which^to Tlx Hoists oT Ill-Fame. Wk*Will Visit Bait Lake City^Um (It/Mr fire^^yatoas^MM ltoolosn I^Um City C^mII. IIWMMWof the Htanrtarrl.^Butts, Dec. S.^An ordinance baa been^prepared, and it ia expected will be pre-^lted at to-morrow night's meeting^ of^1 city council, which baa for it* purpose^1 taxing of Butte's houses of ill-fame. It^1 a well-known fact Unit one-third of the^ublic expenae of the city arises on^int of these women, and yet they pay^lothing into the city treasury. The sa-^la and gambling bouaea are taxed^wily, and the propnaition now is to tax^inmatea of the bouaea of ill-fame,^propnaition ia to arrest the women^sh month and fine them. City Attorney^Jorbott has been preparing^ an ordinance^d this effect. It has been submitted to some^nembers of the council and will probably^^e praaeiited for approval or rejection to-^norrow night. Some members of the^louncil favor a il...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 4 December 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4. l^* ODDBITS OF LIFE. J.B. Toonier recently told tbe Athena^^tia^.| Banner tl*^ following story, that i^^mm singular mm it im interesting: Aboutfive iiiih'H from Aiken, S. ('., on^the Charleston dirt road, and in might of^the railway, im a little plaee which won^first ehriitteiied ^Pole Cat,^ but after^^ward* ohaiured to at oiitmorenri, tlie^French for that otiorous little annual.^Many year* ago a young wtmiau eame^with her pitcher to draw u bucket of^water from a well at Montinorenei, ami^Met the Tiwcl on a stone i^^-t that aome of^the railroad men Ii.mI inovetl there. While^drawing the water a flash of lightning^came that struc k the chain to which the^well-bucket ww attached and the^woman wax killinl in her track*. Her^the remains were removed, but the pitelM-r^was left just where the ile.nl tfirl hail set^it. To this day the pitcher remains in the^^tume place, anil so far from Is'itig n-^niovml it im said that no living hand ...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 4 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4, 1889. THELOCAL MARKET. led.par mb, ^C^ mm-. _,_ pulverized II ft A, New York. loar.9ia.lu,uuple V ^ 9*r. . CoBeeMarket strong; green Rjo, ltM^Mr;^Rica, lsttar; Java, MandahUax, ^ar;^- or ; nm-Uxl Rio an. I Costa Kl.m. HU^CarluUn, SJe; roasted Mochaand^Java, aaaaur; ArtMw ku- *. anr. Teas-Japan.ass^SI ISk breaktest, ^ar*^^^t oo; (lunnowiliT, *Se^^#l.0O; extra *oung Hy- ririUrVgstsra^B gal.. ^2-flO; 6 sal.. BXBo; lo rotatorsft .75 per cwt.^Cabbage^Per. - i cwt, s3. bbs.per^Butter, per ^^, 3B^*ip. Knnts-fTrled'apples,^per *-^^ paekagea, TTSraB^^1.00: ditto sliced, ^^-^^ hoxes, t^c per t^; peachea.^Halt Ijtke. 16c: apricots, 39c; evaporated ditto,^ate; blackberries, tac; rasplicrrles, SBc. Californiafruits. ^a.oaaA.ao per caae. s-t Mtaadard tomatoes, Ba.-Jft,^^a ^-t^ Mtamlard corn, Sa.in.^* ^-^^ Standard pea*. BS.SO; seconds, B2.7S. -^^string and lama Is-an*. B-J.7.V DriedBeana-Navy, Bo.uo per 100 t^, Lima,^^7.00; Bayoa, b6.-'5. Wheat...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 4 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1889. VERYLITTLE CF SILVER Continuedfrom F\r*t fag*. Mill mi 1111 upon the erlls and incon-^eenfenoca fto be remedied and the heat^methotle f ^r tl.cir correction will iiroha-^hly not he difficult. I'ni fortuity at all^our porta'm eseential, and effectual mcas-^urea should be taken to secure it. It ia^equally desirable tint tiuestions affecting^latea and classifications should he^promptly decided. Thepre|M^ratit^n of a new schedule of^costotns dutieM is a iiintU^r of great dcli-^eacy because of it* effect iipt^n tin- buwi-^neae of the country, of ifn'al difficulty lie-^rtuae the wide divergence of opinion aa^the ohjocta that limy tw^ promoted by^aurh legislation. Some tlistiirliancc of^ttusinerta may perhaps result from con-^aideration of this subject by congress, but^thia teui|M^rary ill uAtsei will !^^^ reduced^to a uiiiiiiiiinii by prompt action^and tin- a^^uruiit-u wlucli the^eountry enjoys tli.kt any neccsaery^changes will In...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

1. LIKIMDBY CJVRRI^I^ JTT^DOLLXR Wmn MONTH. 4 ITXDM4^l^TISIf.C^'HT TNI BUSINESS VOL.I.^NO. 78- ANACONDA,MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS DR.D. J. KCDONHLD ruk;ron DENnirr.^orriOB ovu -on. rarana 00.. F.l~ ST. JEAN. A.B., M.D., CM. onSecond street. Ht. Jcau Building.^OAce on First Ht.. in Ht. Jean Btdkuag.^Hours: 9 to 13 A. M., I to e and 7 to t P.M. T.D. FITZGERALD. MUCB MAtSIHTHAI F., .IPSTICF. OF TIIK^I'KAlE. .NOTAItV PC libit', CON-^VKYANl'KK, Ftrat Ht AOconda, Mont. BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Office In Barrett ft Jarkys Block. Main Street,^Anaconda. Montana. I.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Uw. Practice*in all of the State and Cnited States^oourtM. Collection* promptly made. Special at^^tention given to Mining Properties and Mining^|j^w. Real K*t^tc, 1,1 inn* and Insurance. l*rop-^erty Rented and Rents t'ollectctl. Omce room*^S and 4 Mattie Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. F.F. CHRISM AN. D. D. S. OftVe.First Stre...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1889- THE ANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE bycurrier or nut 11 at ten iMSM ^^year, thrtf dollaUk a quarter or ttua^dollar Ik mouth TUBSTRNDRRD^only dnlly iww^|^^per wllh telenntph ^ll^-^Mches In IVi r IxhIkc county. . It print*^^ tt'lticraphh* i^ew^ t han any ot I if r^Dewsu^|M-r In Molilalia. norand l^u^ne^^ letter* slioulit In-^addreaMHl Ut THESTANDARD,^of Main anil Third streets.^Molilalia. Amu'oiiila, THURSDAY.DKI'KMHKR 5. Ihhh. POSTALAEFAIRS TheiM^Htin:isl^T-K^-ii^T:irs MMMMl re^^port (fives a runciiM* review of the con^^troversy in which he have bw^n ^'iina^^ ^l^with the Western Union Telegraph^company. Mr. Wananntker started in^with a demand that a rate should he^made to the government of one mill^per word, which was reeWoned as the^equivalent of about ^2^i,(I^l Hf year for^the service he required. The negotia^^tions have not been successful and the^lime for the meeting of congress linds^M...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1889. rIt. Onlythis week I was reading Gaga. Dou-^hlsdar'j story of Gettysburg-, Mad the day^before I bad wen the old Beneral on the^street, says a writer in the New York Star.^Hie praeenee in New York and hie book^combine to recall to ray mind a very prac^^tical Joke that waa played upon him at^Gettysburg by Captain Joe Parker of Gen.^Hancock's staff. Col. Billy Wilson and^Joe Parker were Gen. Hancock's pets.^They were hotn young, full of mischief,^and only saw the ludicrous side of every^^thing, no matter bow serious. Inthe very white beat of battle on^Cemetery hill July 3. 1M03, Gen. Hancock^was severely wounded, and Capt. Parker^immediately rode off to And Gen. Double-^day, who was tbe senior division com^^mander, and put in command of tbe sec^^ond corps. He found Doubleday sitting^under a big tree. He saluted him quickly,^and sakl: Gen.Doubleday, Gen. Hancock tio^^been Ht-riously wounded, and you will JuHtat that moment, befor...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, *^9- TRAVELERS'GUIDE. tkainkakhiyk. lltMA. M.-From Butte and ^i^rrtn4^n^U^m Butte at Hi v. A. M., Htlver How lux^A. M.. Hluart II:*!. A. M. Cimnn U at Kirnrt^with train ^hidi !^ u\c^t;arrtieou hi U^:JH A. M.,^llrn l/Klp' i^' *4 A. M. Si4^ P. M. From Butte I .cave. Hull.- 3:40^P. M , Hilvc-r How a:.v\ P. M.. Stuart 3:1^ I^. M. (it*P. M. From Hull.- leaves Itutte- at .'. :^^^P. M., Hilvt-r How .V*^ I*. M.. Stuart u-ur. V. M. Ill*P. M. From ^;arriscrtl U-atcs ^ litrn^ ^^i^M., l^^r Ia*\u^ 4:47 P. M.. Stuart 7:3U TRAIN*nKI'AKT. 1i44)A. M. For Hutrc ami Harrison Arrives^at Mtuart 7 :.v. A. M . Silver Bow ^ j^ A. M.,^Hutte k :4A A. M. Tria train coiiiu-cts at Stuart^with train for Harrison, which arrive at IH*cr^tinder v-.xi, Harrison to A. M. iSA 1'. HI.-For Harrison Arrives at Hluart^^:I.V lVrr l.o-licc 4 roe;. Harrison 4-.s^. 4-eMtI-. M.- For Hum.- -Arrive* at Stuart ^:!^,^Silver B.iw 4 ::c. Butte 4 .m. Till*P. M.-For Butte Arrive-* at...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5, 1889. 5 NEWROGUES IN TOWN ftttyTUiro lake TMofc Uwlj for^BitteV Police Officials. Jas* M^g^ to Jail at Uw ic.no. h to ^W^t^County's^Paw abrokcn^WaUhlag. r\-iM TOWN TOPICS IN BUTTE steal* oppptaUCorrrt UMleoreof the standard.^Hitte, Dec. 4.^At the meeting of the^hqfrd of cotiIIty commissioners to-day, a^lietition wiu presented by W. H. Harn-^heck, unking for the appointment of rood^supervisor. Other petitions were presen^^ts*! asking for the appointment of Thomas^Dt^yle and of Joint 4. Hafgerty. Com-^ruataioiiera Vfelnevney and t'apliee fa^^vored the appointment of t\ H. Smith and^the appointment of John J. Haggcrty.^Commissioner Palmer objected to the re^^moval of Mr. Smith and railed for a vote.^MnKKiTly wan then apiiointcd by a vote of^HaMertV wan called on to fur-^offcfUU, which he did at once Carrrsuoadeacoof the Standard.^Bum, Dee. A. -A new Rang of thieve*,^rogue* and robbers baa struck Butte. The^old worker* are not disposed...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5,1*89. 'Aril* O.la*it ahou* yon ht**th^^r bill, Whrri-foofa' ^-..ni^*s IhiI nsrvly,^Taurr Is * house they |*^lnt iniI still. WVri'tlwfli the iiuui Airli^*.^Hr wotp ^ tvml o^ houdrn stray. Iliahand wm hard wt lHl^or.^Bin still hi* hast a Immih-Iv way O'ataiidinx l^^ his nrtuhlNir. Ill*burly launch niad^* me rvJuW. Iliawords the nemhlN.r^ nui.le.l.^Th^* link* liairnifs lo\^*d hi^ volii*. Andin his aniili' ,-onh^l^*^l (^Th.* words to-^Uy that Iff! his lip nvnuni'a dt*t*^l to-morrow.^H.Hit man I Ik- fri^-iMl*.liil^ of Ilia HTi| W011I.Ilift th.* hoarl o' at^rr..w. liewas list' loud, Ik- was na' proud. Hi*lat-kfd iu It-ariiim: satrly.^Ami yi-t yi'M pick Inm from a,-rowd. ThisImhm*sI nisui ^^' Airlii*.^Ilia wealth il WfM na^ in Ilia land. Itwaa ua ill Hit- . itv,^A mint ^^' honor waa Ins hiuid. Iliabran a Miwr ^^' pity . Il*'s dead and com* this priik-r ^^' Hifr, Mini'in Ina burly lautfldor.^Hut, all! till' IllUaif of Ilia lit.'. Thaihkln...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5, 1889. THELOCAL MARKET^^ itaMiai An a*^r^iiranulated. per 100, ^O^ Ss.oo; U^ht^krowu, S*.0O; pulverised II * A. New lock,^^UU^; lo^$!3.J[o, maple V ^^ JOe. Itttstc. Or^roasted Klo an.1 lolU Hi.*, MS*^Carbaio, Sic; WMH Moelul sod JY^as^3a|!an*3S^^W^ tiitfush hrrakfaat, ^0r^^^I.OO; Uunixiwder, UoQSl.OO; extra Young Hy-^auo, 7(Wfc^i.^^i. picklesEastern^S ical.. |M^| 6 gal.. ea.BO; to^^a. oo. Potatoes*l.7ft per cwt.^Cahba|re-rVr ewt, S3.^Em, per caae, *^.^^^^Butter, per 3HMDr. Cheese,per ^^, ynawfle. _ KrulisDried h|m^1^k, |^er B-9^ parkajres, 7BrO^^1.00: ditto sliced, 80-*^ boxes, 14c per ^; peaches.^Malt liC We: aprii-ots, JSC; evaporated ditto,^^c; blarkWrrles, laCj rasptterries, 3ftc. Californiafruit*, fn.ooaii.fl0 per case. S- Standard tomatoes, S3.25, 3-9 Standard corn, S3.0O. *-t^Standard peas, ^^.!^; seconds, 92.75. 9-t string and 1.una beans, S-J.7IV. DriedHeans^Navy, 90.00 per 100 ^; Lima,^^7.00; Mayo*, fu.25. Wheat.No. C |^ r...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 5 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, si NORTHWESTNEWS. topicstf Gwml liternt li the Fwr Hew^States tid Elsewhere. Seattleis to lwvt^ a new opera house^which it is Mid ^ ill cost t^M^^i. llamUnpn^|to ^^^^^ to inane bonds for tlio^purpose of ilimti'iir an nrteaian well. TheKldorud. ^ btu* sapphire* art' about^to prove to be valuable Tlx* mines will^be worked eEtetiitivt^ly next year for ttiear abrother of tli^^ lute Hon. l.oriiiK B.^Rra, of Vlilt-M City. showed signs of ui-aii-^ity Suntlay, mid ^ a^ placed in i-hunrc of^an attendant and tukci, east for treat^^ment. Grief at tin- loan of hit brother it is^supported tiiilMiluiietil liis niiuil. Jam.*McaclrickM, living on tin- l.tiekin-^mutc, re|Mtrts apple trees in lil.x.m anil^the air lailen with tin ir perfume. The^bard winter wliieh Iiuh In ch prophesied^lias not yet Iickiiii in t Ircifon. AtSilots atfeney m ar Yaipiina, an In-^^lian drove Iiih fain and wuk^^m into tlie^Nilcta river for tin- pun**^' cleaning hia^wuriii...

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