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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 14 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER i4, 1889. 5 BUTTECITY FINANCES ,Peeling ii Regard to the lew City^Hall Project myCttluM Wko Dwa't Hrltava la 1^^Ulfj About the Maw BalUlaf^lMmw la tks City'sImmw. IpnetalCorresponaenc* of the Standard. BUTTa, Dee. 13.^The commissioner on^inking fund, consisting of Major Kenjron,^:ity Clerk Graves ami City Treasurer^^cobs, met to-^lay and set aside fci,UUO^alt of amounts left unexpended in other^inula to pay tt months' interest on tlie^toupon bonds issued by tlte city last April,^hereafter the interest will be payable^-annually on January 1, and July 1,^since tbe coupons were issued in^Lpril, the first nine months, interest will^mi paid at one time. The interest is ti^Mir cent per annum on bonds to the^mount of $MU,OUO. The Itonds, as will l^e^^ememhered, were issued for public im^^provements, and were all taken by S. A.^teens A Co., bankers, of New York. They^lave been sold by the bankers almost en^^tirely to Peunsylailiu people.^The ...

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. — 14 December 1889

6 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, iMg. THE LADIES' RAID. up,tramp 1^wim U^ aborning ^-^.^^*^ st t^ti,^^he *ktnim^d llw sfrvet with fimt^4if^i IWvt.^And hltsttud tin- Umi^t mm. Tramp,trani|s tramp !^Hike MMMMl iii* dr^ (food* More,^And with nrkninc trrmd Ihr .Ih.im.i- led Allover th^* iTowdud floor.^Mhr charsvd the thruue where the liar-tain* Andrvrryfcody made war tnr h**r ^^Wamrw-r sn^* ww ^ palntfd Kiini^She made fur thai ^|^* a prom** l^ee line .^Whalnrr waa old or whatever w^^ nfW^Mm- hail il down and ^h^- looked it throuirh.^W hatever it wan that ^ autcht her eye.^rilu-'d ^t^H^. and |^ri.-^*. anil preteiHl t^i miv ;^Hut Iww either too I-ad, too ^-omnioii, oriinnd.^Ho ahe did, and nfie wouldn't, and didn t and^would. Andround the iisnitsr* and up the stair*,^la attle and Itamtnntt ami everywnerea ;^The aaleamen fiiintrd ami ciudi 1-oyn dro|^|-*d.^Hut rtdl ahe ^lii^|^|x-d. aud mIu^|^|mh1, and^^iKMiped ; Amiround, ami round, and round, and round.^Like a wiirII...

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. — 14 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER i4, I Mo. THELOCAL MARKET. .^5ew York, Coffeeitwkct varyDay. ha,'57^*^Or: roastrd Kio mad l oata Kk-a. M^:;rtMtnl C^rtwl^^. aar; routed Mocha and uKSSSmw, 4acO*l^^^; ^xtr^ Young Hy-^100. .70Otl .ni. vjHSeTKaatern-a gmX., 9aJO. s sal-. BUD; 10^gal., W.00. Potatoesf 1.75 per cwt.^Cabbaice^IVr cwt. S3.^Baa, per case, t*.m.^Butter, per ^^, Ctaeeae,per ^.^rrults^Dried i. 1.00:ditto allied, *^-^^ b. . BaitLake. 16c: apricots, Wc; evaporated ditto. llrults^l^rled aianes, per B-^ paekagea, 75cO^^, S^-^ boxea, !^^^ per ^; peaehem. _b;btackberrlea, tac; raapnerrlea, 36c. Californiafruit a, ^A.ouO^.ao per s-Bstandard tomatuea, 93.23,^S-B Htandard corn, S3.o^. a- Htandard peaa, $3.00; aeeonda, $2.75.^S-B string and Uma beans, Bt.76.^Dried Beana^Navy. Btl.OO per 100 B; 7.00:Kayos, B8.2S. Wheat.No. l. per 100 ^^. ^2.00.^Corn, cracked, per too B, ^1.75.^Bran, per 100 B, ^l.fio, bran and shorts per 100 b.^1.50. HourFer 100 B.miabury'a best,*4.SO; Ogd...

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. — 14 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i4. x^^. ESTES ^ CON NELL MERCANTILE ^ COMPHNY HolidayGoods and Christmas Presents 3he Largest Stock we have ever shown. Large^reduction in prices in every department,^rand exhibition of novelties, elegant Toilet^Sets Glove and Handkerchief Satchels. Collar^and Cuff Hoxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums. Ornaments of every description. The^largest collection of Heautiful Fans ever shown. REDUCTIONI ft SILKS Weoffer great inducements in this depart^^ment for Holiday presents. 24-inch Black^Uroa-Grain Silk (extra heavy ) at $1.50 per yard^this week; is actually worth $2.25 yd. Black^Faille Francaisc at 75c and 51.25 yd.; reduced^from $1.25 and $2.00. Fine Silk Novelties at^reduced prices. Silk Plushes at JfC yd. Col^^ored Surah at 50c yd. SPECIALREDUC9 TIONS Inour Underwear, Corset and Notion depart^^ments. ClearanceSale of Xewniarkets. Lookat our elegent wraps at $5.00, $7.00 and^$10.00. Our assortment of plush garments^is still 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. — 15 December 1889

f\IUVIND^* CXntlBR XT^^OMi d6llxr PBt* -i-BMTH iV r 7* C*Txdmbwtisinc rnnrmm jitth^ business Off*^icb. VOL.I.^NO. ^ ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER is 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSOKDS. DR.D. J. KOONKLD BUKOKONvHTin.^^HCt oru JO^ra-r^n* ^^- T.D. FITJGBRALD. rOUCKmaoihtra*. jR-CTir^^c28 THE^peace. N^^ta* PUMt-^ . *-*-^-**-^VEYaCKB, Ac. MmHtreet, - - Artanmda, Moot. .3ROWN xt^^-y at i*w. .Jacky's Block. Main Street,^Anconda, Montana. Propertiesanil Mining^anil lusuraiice. Prop- T.O'LEARY, f tornej and Counselor at Lav. PracticesIn a ^t ^^^^ state autl United States^court*. Colle^lon^ promptly made. Hpwlal at^Sb ftiveu o Mining Pro!^Law. Real Htatp, Loan* uu ertyRented .nd Rents Collected. OnVe rooms^S and 4 Mult^' Block, corner of First and Oak^Streets. Aas-onda. Mont.^ FP. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. Office First Street Between Main and Oak,^Anitconda, Montana. TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a ifc-w process. All classes of Dental Work^eiesuludI FRAUDON ALL RottenCondition of Affa...

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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1889. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. bycarrier or mail st ten dollars ^^. three dollaik h quarter or one^dollar a mouth TUB manly dally newsiwiicr with telegraph dls-^atehes In lln-r l^odite eoenty. It prints^^Mtretelccraphii- news than any other^nrwK|ui|^t-r in Montana. poodrnceand business letter* idinuld In-^addressed to THESTANDARD. orMain and Third iirwii, Anaconda,^Montana. SUNDAY.IIKCEMBER Hi UW^. t'neasylien the head that wants to^wear Montana's senatorial crown. The^bauble has uncommon charms for many^men, and it* attractiveness is enhanced^by the fact that one of the winners is^to serve six years, while the other is^fixed for four. The are no two-year^terms for Montana. Duringthe week not a few people^living in Butte have been fortunate^enough to get out of that smoke-^enshrouded town without a guide ami^they have come to this city to get air^fit for human beings to feed on. unsur^^...

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. — 15 December 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, NORTHWESTNEWS. Ttfkstf Graml UUrett H tto Few Itw^SUtM nd ElMwhert. Thework of sinking the 66-foot shaft on^Ux^ (West Granite! ElisatietW waa begun^the Utter part of last week. Theoutput of the Granite Mountain for^the week ending December 13 was U bars^of bullion, containing 77,BOO ounces fine^silver and 174.4 ounces fine (old. Itis stated here on good authority that^the famous Dakota mine of Neihart has^been bonded to a St. Louis company for^^130.OUO. The bond baa been taken for^one year and the company are to expend^*J0,UUO in development work. Hu^(^i^J- TheGranite Mountain company paid^its taxes to County Treasurer Coleman^last Monday. The amount is *4_,7Ma.9_.^The Anaconda company** taxes, assessed^in this county on its improvements at^Anaconda and eiirlit miles of Hume,^amount to $11,116.1*).^AorrAieasc. Awayhack in '64 Sam Sterling was well^known in Rogue river valley as the ilis-^corerer of the old Sterling mine. Sam^has lus...

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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IS I8^9- f DECBKBBR. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THAIMAKKIVB. lliMA. MU^From Hutte and Harrison-^LMrves Butte at 10.V A.M.. silver Bowttm^AM Stuart 11; J.'. A. M. liniutrtsal Stuiirt^with train which !^ avcsUarrison al |0:-J^ A. M..^Isser liable 10:44 A. M. S.4* P. M. From initio U-avcs Hutte 3:*o^P M . Silver Mow 2:1V. I'. M., Stuart :^:V.^ 1^. M. i*'o P. M. From Hutte- leaves Butte at 5::in^P. M., Silver How :. ^ I*. M.. Stuart ^:^* IV M. TiilftP. M. From liarrison leaves t;^rriM^u^4 30 P. M . imr Uslns ^i:4T I'. M., Stuart T :.fJ^P. M. TKAlNSKFI-AKT. 1:40 A. M.^For Biitre mm! tiarrlsoa Arrivw^at Stuart T V. A. M.. Silver Mow *::^^ A. M.,^Eojtild A. M. Tri* train connects at Stuart^with tram for Harrison. ^Mn arrives at Deer^Ustire ^::w, Harrison to A. M. .:^^P. M. -For t;arri*^n Arrive* at Stuart^^:!^, IVrr l/sljre 4:-^;, liarrlsoii 4::W. 4:OOP.M. Fo. Millie Arrives at Stuart 4:15,^Sliver How 4 :s7. Butte 4 *il P. ML-For Mull.' 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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER is 1889. 5 ACIIT ON THE SOUND Whitu EittnUsde Besidut of Port^TovDMDd His to Siy. MntklaiCmm I'revent the Tow* from I^routing IMP Metropolis of ttle OlMl^Norlhwnt-lte Naluml Adnni-^tMyr^ ami HcMiunn. portalcorresismdence at the Ktundard. Birrrc,Dee. 14.^Anions the prominent^arrival* at tin- McDcrniott Hotel to-day,^wan Mr. Lyman A. Sisley of Port Town-^^ond, Washington. Mr. SUU-y is auuior^member of the real estate ami land bro^^kers, Sish-y A Bill, and is one of the most^energetic unci successful young business^men of that wonderful ^city on the^Mound,^ of which Butte |M*ople have heard^mo much during the past few months,^as large fortune* have been made during^the past year by a number of Butte people^who were fortunate enough to invest in^Port Townseiid property. A Stahdakd^reporter sought out Mr. Sislcy^for the purpOMe of eliciting^from him Home information in regard to^the place which might lie of interest to^the S tank a kk'h read...

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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, ittp. -Writesse mm c|^4r ^ lh^ warrior said^~Victory, valor mm! story frlther,a halU.t.^ esrtalased lb* kalgM^Trowess. adventure, and faith unite. Asodv to freedom,^ U^e patriot crtod^^Liberty win and wriHij; defied. Olveme a drama.^ the selstUr Theliuter world In Hie miter massed. Frameate a ixHim-t,^ th* artist prayed^^lvwer and isssskmi In harmony played. Sineme a lyrie,^ the maiden sighed^^A Urk-u^ae waking the morulas' wide ^Nay.all teoUsut,^ *^M the busy^^Write me a line iuslead of a tmzr. The^wlft year* ^|^^^ke. the |**1 heard.^^Your poem write in a sniffle word. Helooked In the maiden's Klowinu eye*.^A moment jaWM at the starlit skies. Fromthe IikIiIk below to the ll^hU above.^And wrote the one word |ioem f^ve. Wttttrr Itriu* in HUK-hW^iV^ af ^itf.^^*^^e. NAVAL.PUNISHMENTS. Howthe 1.01 uf American Jaek Tars haa^InpraiKd Within the l.a^t Thirty Vawa Tin-of Mm jolly Ja^-k Tur ^^n tMstnl^l*nit^sl States ri'mh'la at tin- present...

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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, 1889. THELOCAL MARKET QaotaUonAn rmetm*Ev^rj Oay. %Hmmr^OrsnuUtvd. p*t 100. ^C^ ^^^^. U^*^^^^WwnT SS.O0; pulverized II * A, New \ork.^^l3.flO; loaf.^13.10, maple v ajar. _.. Ooee-M^rkrt strouii; ^wo Rio NOMr;^Costa Kii-a, laOSSr; Java Maadahllnfc, 40C;^Mocha. S7Q40r; roasted Kio and C^u Klem, wa^aoc -riiasted Carbain, Sic; roasted Mucha and^Java, ssanor; Artmekle's. 38c. _^- i^^T^p^n. XW**-. KnaUsh break fart, WrO^wder, ^^^^.^^^^ l.uo; extra Young Hy- 6gal.. S3.S0; 10 1.00;tlunpow l*Ickle^Kastern^3 nal., 02.30 PotatoesSI .7 .*^ per rwt.^Cabbage^ IVr rwt. S3.^Kjocs, per eaae, as.im.^Butter, per St. 3(Ste*^e. Cheese,per *^. ^K^:^c..^ Fruits l^rte^l apples, per 5-S^ packages, TV*4^^^1.00; ditto sli. vd, 6U-t^ boxes, l*r per *^; peaches.^Salt Lake, l^k*: apricots, aid-; evaporated ditto,^^c; blackberries, 15c: raspberries, SBc. Californiafruit*. Sr^.iJU^*^J.r^ par case. S-B Htantlard tomatoes, S3.-J6, a-H Standard corn, 03.00. 3-l Htand...

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. — 15 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15. i8S ESTES ^ CON NELL MERCANTILE ^ COMPHNY # HolidayGoods and Christmas Presents XheLargest Stock we have ever shown. Large^reduction in prices in every department,^and exhibition of novelties, elegant 1 oilet^Sets Clove and Handkerchief Satchels. Collar^and Cuff Boxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums. Ornaments of every description The^largest collection of Beautiful bans ever shown. REDUCTIONIN SILKS Weoffer great inducements in this depart^^ment for Holiday presents. 24-inch Black^C.ros-C.rain Silk (extra heavy ) at $1.50 per yard^this week; is actually worth $2.25 yd. Black^Faille Trancaise at 75c and 51.25 yd.; reduced^from $ 1.25 and $2.00. Fine Silk Novelties at^reduced prices. Silk Blushes at 35c yd. Col^^ored Surah at 50c yd. SPJSiIAL REDUCTIONS Inour Underwear. Corset and Notion depart-^1 ments. ClearanceSale of Newmarkets. Lookat our elegent wraps at $^.00. $7.00 and^$10.00. Our assortment of plush garments^is still 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. — 17 December 1889

DELIUBMD^Y CXMUR XT^ONI D9LLXR PiU MONTH CT XDUBNTISINO RRTM ntthi Business omco. VOL.I,^NO. 87. ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. MCDONKLD OKOBON1IIKTIKI. errtcaoru -torn. T.O. FITZGERALD, POLICE MAGISTRATE, JUHTICB OF THE^PHACK, NOTAKY PUBUC, CON-^VKYANl'KK, Ac. PintMmt, Anaconda,Mont. BROWNO Attorneyat Law.^lo Barrett * Jacky's Block. Mala Street,^Anaconda, Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attonej and Counselor at La*. PracticesIn all of the Slate and United States^courts. Collection* promptly made. Special at^^tentiongiven U^ Mining Properties and Mining^Law. Heal Estate. Uwm and insurance. Prop-^arty Bented and Rents Collected. Office rooms^^ and 4 Mattie Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda, Mont. F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. Office.First Street Between Main and Oak, Auamnila,Montana. TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN bya new process. All classes of Dental Work^executed In nrsl class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. NEWB...

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 December 1889

I THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. ,^toy carrier or mall at ten dollars^mi. |m Mm a quarter or one^dollar a month THBSTKNDBRD^M) only dally new^i-^l**'r with teleirranh dis-^Krhn in lleer Usl-ie county. It |^rtnt MelegTaphtc news than any other newspaperIn Montana, lenceand business letters should be^addressed to THESTANDARD,^of Main and Third streets. Anai-onda,^Montana. TUESDAY,DECEMBER IT. 1W^. ASTO THE GAMEWELL.^Butte is anxious to Ret the best tire^alarm service at command. It needs^it. The city is a constant sufferer from^Area. The popular belief is that they are^incendiary. The losses lately sustained^are enormous, and the prevailing alarm^ia so intense that, not longer ago than^last Saturday uignt. fatal results would^have followed, but for ample exits,^when an alarm of fire needlessly started^an audience in the Hutte opera^house in a headlong chase for the^street. Ithas taken the auth...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 17. itt 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. f*ptaif Umni literal ti Un trnt fttv TkwmU to baiJd a hotel to eclii^anytbin^- on Um NortbwMl Pari lie coMt. Victoria,B, C, ronlrmpUIn the^^ton of a ai|^r refinery and flouring; Fcattle will hare an elevator to^300.000 buabeU of aralr by the let of the^Now Year. Bom*children at play at Portland Sun^^day found a man's ear on the sidewalk.^No owner has been found for K. SixChinamen who crossed the line at^Tia Juana hare been arrested. They were^well armed and inclined to be ^i^ly- 11the public schools and^ churches at^Heppner, Oregon, have been ordered^closed on account of the prevalence of ty^^phoid fever in that town. Sixty-twosticks of giant powder caught^fire and exploded at Portland Tuesday^and shook the whole city, but nobody was^seriously hurt. The building in which the^powder was stored was blown into f rmg-^roeuU. Mrs.H. W. HHilton, the wife of a well-^to-do farmer living near Spangle, Wash.,^was found d...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, TRAVELERS'GUIDE. 11.S* A. M tra1mmakmivb. -KmnHutte and^Hutte at 10:M A. M Harrison SilverHnw 11 KM A%7wuut U ja. A. St.^ Connects at (Jtuart^with train whirl) 1. avestlarrlsou at lO:J0 A. M.. STArt-Vr^ fritte-leaves Butte SiJO PM. tUlvrr How ^.^:^ I*. M., Stuart I . M.^^,SO F. M. -From Hutte^l.eaves Hutte at H::m p.w Silver How 5:4.1 V. M., Ktuiilt ^:^V l^. M.^TiU P. M.^From Barrisua- leaves Harrison :S0l'. M , Heer UxlK^ ^:47 F. M., Stuart 7 J F.St. TKAINHIlltl'AKT. 1^^^ A. MFor Hutre and Harrison Arrlvi-s atStuart 7 :.v. A. M.. Ktlver How kusi A. M.. Hutte A. M. Triii train ronnei-ts at smart withtrain for Harrison, which arrives at ilcer lndse IA Harrison tu A. M.^t:^^ P. M.^For Harrison- Arrives at Htuart 3:15,l*cer l^oihce ^:^^, Harrison 4^^:OOI-. St. Fo. Hutte- Arrives at Stuart 4:1.1, SilverBow 4 :^7, Butte 4 :^^. . 111*P. M.^For Untie Arrive* at Stuart ^ :1a. SilverBow s :^^. Butte H ;jn. Arrivaland Departure of Malls. .40...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1889. FOUGHTTO A FatalResult ofa Sunday^liar Bitta. FINISHPrize Figkt ONEOF THE PRINCIPALS DEAD Dtsa-ateOwr^n~Th* Bmt ilwt Tsr-^rtely Isjersw^Mora TfeM a^HlMlra4 Ko*n4^ rowkl. TALKOF THI TOWN. Vpay *: ofthe standard. Butte,Dm.* 16.^ William De-Van.^stranger from the east, waa assaulted^foot-pads laat evpiiint near the^work a while coining up town front the tie-^pot. Two men lumped on him and^knocked him down and began going^through hi* pockets. During tlx* proceaa^DeVan got away. He loa^ no money. TheBaiidntann Comianjr began it* en^^gagement thin evening with the perfor^^mance of ^Hifmle*. TheJuTeaJie. Fipe Brigade held a hall^at Rriwliaw ^ Hail thin evening. It waa^largely attended and waa a derided auc- ps-talto the Mandard. Butta, Dec. 16.^The fierce^t, longest^and moat serious prise-fight that ever^took place In Montana was held yester^^day afternoon at Crystal Springs, near^this city. Both the principal* are in a^critical con...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, iM* SPORTINGGOSSIP. *^Sweet. ^ California ralrhcr, iBoa ton brotherhood tram. Hsse-BallLM|in of Grwl^organised, and talent^will be luinrlnil from this country. Iffall ^om well in the brotherhood ramp,^nest year will furnish the liveliest base^^ball on in the annaU of the same. IthiflM to look as though m finish fight^would be arranged between Mr-ralTrey^I Karrell before many more ilays paa TheCiisbing-4'ihhoiis match, which ia^likely to be brought off any day, ia excit^^ing great interest in eastern sporting^circles. (larkaoo is evidently tlie champion liar^of them all. for it Is almost a certainty^that be stgiml a contract with the Boston^league club before he left for the coast. PlungerBurton, the bookmaker, has^fallen into the hands of sharps I looters at^Nashville,who an* said to have taken $15,-^OOO out of him in three sittings. MichaelTierman, the clever right-^fielder of the Giants, is still on the fence,^and seemingly unabl...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 17, 1889. CONNELL MERCANTILE^ COMPHNY HolidayGoods and Christmas Presents 3*he Largest Stock we have ever shown. Large^reduction in prices in every department,^rand exhibition of novelties, eleeant Toilet^Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Satchels. Collar^and Cuff Boxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums, Ornaments of every description. The^largest collection of Beautiful Fans ever shown. REDUCTIONIN SILKS \Aie on^CT great inducements in this depart-^YY ment for Holiday presents. 24-inch Black^Gros-Grain Silk (extra heavy) at $1.50 per yard^this week; is actually worth $2.25 yd. Black^Faille Francaise at 75c and $1.25 yd.; reduced^from $1.25 and $2.00. Fine Silk Novelties at^reduced prices. Silk Plushes at 35c yd. Col^^ored Surah at 50c yd. SPECIALREDUCTIONS Inour Underwear, Corset and Notion depart^^ments. ClearanceSale of Nezvmarkets. Lookat our elegent wraps at $5 00, $7.00 and^$10.00. Our assortment of plush garments^is still the best a...

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 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17. 1889. * PORT TOWNSEND TheCity that Butte Capitalists Have PastFew Months. [adeHoney in the r Wehave Well Selected Tracts of Acreage Suitable for Platting.^Anyone Wishing Information or to Join Syndiactes Now Being^Formed, Should Call on us at the McDermott flotel, I3utte. WillRemain Until Friday Morning. SISELY ^ BELL, KE^KK THEYARE GUILTY Ctmlinunlfrum h'ir.il I'mje. cntnprotiiiao the matter with their^science, 110 matter how conclusive^Judgment might Im^. hy favoring life uu- i^prisonment in lion of tin- death |M'iialty,^nil Itefause the immi w.m oiii^ of circiiiii- 1^^tuutial e^itlein-e. 1Iteltevc you fi-cl relieved that there I^has n^^l Ixh'ii a ilisagrecni. lit 1do, inoNt MMwdltl although if the^Jury hail disagreed ami it Ikh-uiw iiccch- j^sary to try tin- i'uiw tit;.tin I hIiouIiI not^liavu llincliisd from presiding over the |^same east* again. Aliout\ o'clock ail Asus-iatiil press re|i** |^res. ntative went to the jail anil ...

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