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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

DIUUIMDBY CKMIM XT^ONB DOLLKR FEW MCNTH - ^ ^ *fc ^T XOUeRTISING RX^tt^JIT THE BUSINESS OFFICE. VOL.I.^NO. 88. ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINE.SSCARDS. DR.D. J. McDONRLD BUBOBOMUBNTWT. mciovm jo*, nmw 00., T.D. FITZGERALD, rotKEMAOIRTKA1K, JUBTICB OP THE^PBACB, NOTARY PUBUC, COX-^VEYANCEK, Be. PintHtr^K, TOSENATE AND HOUSE FullTeit of Cennor Toole's Pint^lent* to tM Leglslatin. Anaconda,Mont. F*.BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^(MIm In Barrett ft Jaeky's Block. Main Street.^Anaconda. Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney ud Counselor at Uw. PracticesIn aU of the Stale and United States^courts. Collections promptly made. Special at^^tention Klven to Mm inn Properties and Milium^Law. Keal Kstate, l^^ans and Insurance. Prop^^erty Bented aud Bents Collected. Offlreroomi^S nod 4 Mattic Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. F.F. CHRISM AN. D. D. S. Office,First Street Between Main and Oak,^A naconda, Montana. TKETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT FAIX^by a ...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER x8, xtt* THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. bycarrier or mail at tra dollars a^three ilollai^ a niiarler or om THESTHNDARD^only daily new^|*^P^*r with telegraph ^*!^-^rtrhes to Itrrr UmIkt founty. It prints^ftelejrraphlc news than any other^rwspaper to Montana. numnndfOTand business letter* should bo^addressed to . - . THESTANDARD,^of Main and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. WKDNF.SDAY,DECRMBER 1H. M THEGOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Asa compact state paper, exact in its^details, pointed in all that it recom^^mends, broad in the sco|^e of topics^treated and unerringly patriotic in its^purpose, the message of tiovernor^Toole is a credit to its author. This^maiden message does ample credit to^Montana's first governor. It is not so^long but that every intelligent citizen^can read it from end to end, and its^crisp survey of public quest ions rentiers^any editorial summary difficult and, at^the same time, unnec...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1889. MONTANANfW^. Plumb,ot^1 ^ 1 mn of MnnUMi which^to look aftar Its IntMwta, ud baa Intro-^dueed Um firm* bill of Um ^^^^ton which^had to do with the interests of MootoM^exclusively. It was for a public bulldina;^at Helena, and asked for an appropria^^tion of tiMO.utXi. AWashington dispatch aajre: Repra-^eentative Carter ia holdina- down the Mon^^tana representation alone, and haa an^^^^j time in reeve bins; an aaraeroent, and^it ia only when the appointments that are^atrictly aenatorial patronaaw are in ques^^tion that any difficulty ia encountered.^Mr. Carter ia preparing aereral billa in re^^lation to mining that be will introduce^early in the ^^^^ion. Cattlemen,abeepmen, horeemen and^in fact everybody are Jubilant over the^favorable condition of the live ^tock in^^terests in Dawson county. The winter^ia more tliuu half vone, and stock of all^kinds are in tine condition, uiid should^tlie weather turn to its worst,^the loss ...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18, si TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THAINil AKHIVK. tl,MA. M. Knm Butte and Harrison-^LMTMButlrat lO M A. M . Silver How II OK^A M.. Stuart 11:3a. A. M. fonnwti at Stuart^with train which I. avesdarrlnou at 10:20 A. M.,^l)orr lyodjrc 10:44 A. M a,40 P.M. From Hutte I-rave* Itutte .V40^P. M , Silver How SJWi I*. M . smart ^(^* I*. M. ,*OP.M. From Hutte -leaves Butte at ft^JO^P. M., Silver Bow 6 ^ I*. M.. Stuart so/, p. M. 7:^^ P. M.-Krom (iarriaon - leaves Harrison^^ 40 P. M.. Deer UMltn ^:^ !*^ M., Stuart 7 JU^P. M. TRAIN*ItKPAKT. 7:OA. M.^For But re ami (iarriaon Arrives atStuart T W A. M . Silver Bow 8::m A. M.. Buttex v. A. M. Tri* train connect* at Stuart withtrain for (iarriaon. which arrive* at l^cer Ixti;e ^:.^, (iarriaon 10 A. M.^^:o^l*. M.-For Harrison- Arrive* at Stuart S:la,lleer l-iMlite 4 Harrison 4 .'si^4t^M^P. M. -Fi^' Butte- Arrives at Stuart 4 I... Silver B.^W4::tT, Butte 4 : W^T^15 P. M.-For Butte Arrive* at Stuart T:!.'^, Silv...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1889. 5 4 THEYSAW THE FIGHT leiWho Attended the Gtllighir-Ward^^ill Under Arrest Hi' rOItm tha OMcvr* th* Blip a^I* Tkoafht tm H^t La ft Tawa-WU-^^mw a* tha Cwinr'i Uqiwt^^ to Testify. did Middon't^them. Ito the Htaadard.^Butt^, Dec. 17.^At midnight last night.^City Marshal Mr Arthur. Chief of Police^Smith, and a corps of policemen begun^making arrests of those who were prevent^a* the terrible Ward-Gallagher fight.^Ward died at 10 o'clock and on learning^of the fact it was derided not to wait for^the county attorney to swear out com^^plaints, hut to proceed at once. The city^marshal and Oltlecr James proceeded to^the house of Gallagher, the surviving^principal in the tight, in Kant Park^street, near the Central hotel.^Gallagher liven in a very fine house, which^was built by Ward, and was the occaHioii^of the dispute which ended in Ward's^death. The city marshal would bare^gone after Gallagher ^. oner, hut friends^had circulated t...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i^, H winterquips. AWkN Mulm.^The Maxim her* a-ootainftl ^ wis*. Analfrom the hi^rl ^l^ith a-.^iin- ;^A fistilKh ni:ui i^ he who lrlt*a^Tat drown a grief In rum. -MM t 'omrtrr. AINtlnleJ H^^^t^^riaM sugarsthhi la^ ritiratu Yaurva*rHatti of a mallfr ;^Kite nar who Italia*!-* with limww^Ik mir who alas-* not flallrr. -tVatfaatW-ialaiI'trm Oaa Klrat hlghler.^In-sih'-. a dark and aohinu matter. VolI In* i^m' the truth exacts ;^Kntka will 1111** hn footfalls' patter^tiuiau '^it lM^lweeu the art^. KrteYork Press. Outol l^r^. Iiioiv l^^a mi alartiitu's pirture on the tti-arli^down by tin* ^^ .^^n^.kl ta.Hild uU'iwm* I hi- little Inly I'd :t notion^Hilt. ^!;!*! that alaiiily liiaiiifU will no louder uo- l!^-^^ 1111% Forher smile look two f^x t wi.l. r than the nana* -KnrY-irk .Sun. *. Allnwintr. Then-nut ymini; man from the Nile^^A lio tliouieht hmiM-lfupon ^trie: I'.iri^ il.^^ he would dn-Miii^^ In tin- Mill of th^- slreitm^Amifitl in a rai...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER x8, 1889. CONNELL MERCANTILE ^ COMPANY * 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 Boxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums, Ornaments of every description. The^largest collection of Beautiful Fans ever shown. REDUCTIONIN SILKS \hfeon^er 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-^1 ments. ClearanceSale of Arcwmarkets. m 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]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 18 December 1889

t THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18. 1889. ^PORT TOWNSEND, WHSH. f TheCity tliat Butte Capitalists Have PastFew Months. adeMoney in the Wehave Well Selected Tracts of Acreage Suitable for Platting.^Anyone Wishing Information or to Join Syndiactes Mow IBeing^Formed, Should Call on us at the McUermott Motel, Butte. WillRemain Until Friday Morning. SISELY ^ BELL, REKSr TOSENATE AND HOUSE Cam/inao*/ frttm p*ir^t I'mjr. public-iM 111 lt-i 1 ^in tioliliiiK it rant fill^pin- as a imiti rattle ratitft' for tin- ownim^^^f l.irni' lia^rals of is t nek. I'iioii tin' con-^tntry, it will be a ul.nl day for Montana^when Iik^m^ immense In ants urt' hroki n^up anal Hit- stock int4-rt'htM hIiiiII lie alivkIi-^I^among tli)' IMMmn ^^^ MMiitll lots. I Ins^will insure their pro|M-r fi-oilim* MM^tslia-lta-r, an.I furnish cliiployma-llt to lurtfu IIIIIIiIhTs of |M l-olis who lllllst also In Iirov11 I.-^1 witli tin* in-ca-ssaricH of life, all^of which will Im* a-onchicivc of 11 more^naui...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 19 December 1889

OHID9LLXR rail X#NTH 2m WHTTH^ BUSINESS OFMCI. VOL.I.^NO. 89. ANACONDA,MONTANA THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 19. 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. USIMKSSCAKDS.^DR. D. J. ncDONKLD SUBOKONUKNTOT. T.D. FITZGERALD,^roue, magmt^i ^. Jgg^*^. the PEACE, VKYANCKK,*C. F. BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Office In Barrett * Jacky's Block, Main Street,^Anaconda. Montana. r.CLEARY, AtUrnej and Counselor at La^. PracticesIn all of the Mate and United Stales^courts. Collections promptly made. Special at^^tention.given to Mining ProperUea and Mining^Law. Real Estate. Loans and lusurance. Prop^^erty Kented and Kent* Collected. iMflce rooms^S and 4 Mattle Block, corner of First^streets. Anaconda. Mailt. NEWBILLS IN THE HOUSE Ionlui t Tkwsttt Itttim litrt-^dacoi TMtirday. andOak F.P. CHR1SMAN, D. D. S. Office,First Street lletwecn M:iln and Oak,^Anaconda, Moutaua. TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN^by a new process. All clause* of Dental Work^executed lu first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plates. H.WnL. STEPH6NS. PHYSIC...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 19 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER X9. xttp. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. oraudi at M dollars a^a quartar or on* m THBSTRNDRRD I*Mm aaly daily irwipaprr with telegraph dhv^^ ^ la IVer Ixxlge county. It prints^i telegraphic nfwi than any other^la ptmtamemand buaineaa letter*^addreaaed to THESTANDARD. ofMain and Third^Montana. THTJRSDAY.DECEMBER 1^. 18 ASTO CORPORATIONS.^It is (tovernor Toole's judgment that^the habit of conducting business under^corporate organization ought to be un^^der restraint by legislative enactment.^Ills mesnage rondemm the existing^statute wbich permits every character^of business and industry to be the sub^^ject of incorporation, limiting the lia^^bility of stock holders and putting^many people dealing with such con^^cerns to disadvantage. The Coventor^would limit the right to secure incor^^poration to the following purposes: 1.The aupport of public worship. 2.The support of uny benevolent, charitable,...

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. — 19 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 19. 1889. 3 INA^^ V BOB-TAIL.CAR. *Trl 1the Washington Post.^Coawmptirc gentleman baa a fit of^soughing. Nice, motherly old lady, in a^lit of anxiety, touches him on the knee^mud offer* bim a white lounge, probably^a mint couch drop. Consumptive gentle^^man mistake* it for a nickel and drop* It^In the slot. Nice, motherly old lady throw*^up her hand*. All the passengers case in^^tently at their feet. Consumptive gentle^^man catches on, and politely asks for an^^other which he drop* into the slot In hi*^face, bow* thank*, and everybody look*^relieved. Then sour-faced driver poke*^bis head in at the door and demand*: Whoput that button in the fare-box^^That'll cost me Just five cent*. Bverybodytrie* to explain at once, and^the consumptive gentleman hand* the^driver a nickel. Scene2. Polite young man touches^^tending young lady on the arm.and offers^ber his scat. Young lady takes it. saying^in high soprano voice as she is jounced in:^^Th...

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. — 19 December 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19. i^p. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TsutimiABBIVtV^11 iM A. St.^From Butt* and Garrison^^LHmtBatl.at to 3ft A M., Silver How II*^ATM.. Stuart II At. A. M. Ownw-Utl Stuart^with train which 1- ^ve^t;*rrl^oa at to JO A. M . sSSTrff. IOKn^m Huttr Leaves Hutte* Jp^r M.. Silver How S-M P. M . Stnurt 3:19 I*. M. tiMP.N. FrRutte-l^e*^ve^ Hutte -vap p.w Silver Bow 5:43 P. M.. Stuart *M I^. M. lullP. SS.^From Harrison - tiarrls.ui^S:J0 P. M.. lH*cr Usl** 4.47 P. M.. Stuart 7:3U r.m. TRAIN*nurAtiT.^7 :40 A. ML-For Bntrc ami tiarrison Arrives atStuart : v. V M.. Stiver Bow a ^^^^A.M.. Butte*^*.'^ A. M. Tri* train connect* at Stuart withtrain tor Harrison, whii-h arrives at U^r LodireSrfBJL Harrison 10 A. M. .^SjtftA V. M.- For tiarrison--Arrive* at Stuart 3:1.1,Peer L*l*te 4 ^^^. ^iarri*oii 4 :^^^4 ,MV. St. ko' Butt.- Arrive* ut Stuart 4 SilverBow 4 :17. Butte 4:.^. P.St.--For Butle Arrive* at Stuart 7-.IK, BtlverBow *Butte*:-J0. Arrivaland Dapartura of ...

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. — 19 December 1889

THBANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 19, 1889. S LAIDIT ON THE TABLE Ikat it BittiAltera*. Did Witi^Business len s PeUtlon. the tAmy^Alarm Mystssss Which^tits Tu-Pajw^Cosset 1 UutNight's MR. O'DONNELLAOAIN. Ito the Standard^Bom, Dec. 18.^The city council to^^night in a cold-blooded manner cut the^throats of the best business men of Butte.^A formidable petition was presented by^the city's leading business men protesting^against tne council's previous action in^adopting the Gaynor Ore alarm system.^The objections in the petition were that^the city cannot afford to try an experi^^mental Ore alarm system at 9B65 more^than the Gamewell; that the aldermen^should not place their own opinion^against that of such men aa^chiefs or Ore department of Denver, Kan^Francisco. Chicago, New York and 300^other large cities; that the quest ion of^non-Interfering boxes should be consid^^ered ; that the city cannot afford to take a^system which is a step backward in the^line of progress; tha...

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. — 19 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19. OLIVE'SSTEP-MOTHER. ^MM,dearest nwlurc^' said Olive ^ igilvie. enthu- hat Sheis the^In the world!*^^test ire II j Humpht^ raid Mia Jsnc Herrirvrton.^^People didn't ua^ to talk so of step^^mother's in my day. Butthen, you see,^ retorted ^ Hive, with^the air of one who effectually silen es ar^^gument, ^there never waa exactly aueh a^ste|^-mothor before. ^She'snot ten years older than visir-^aelf,^ aaM Miss Jane Barrinctou. Andthat ia the very reaaon that ah^^sympathises in all my intereata and pur-^auita ao heartily. Shemarried your poor, dear pa for a^^ and to avoid the neccaaity of going^a ^jovernees,^ uttered Miaa Jane^Harrington with aet^rhity. Itie false!^ cried Olive. ^She mar^^ried him heeauae ahe loved him. Humph!^aaid Miaa Jane Harrington.^You're bewitched, I see. You're under^the clamour, if woman ever waa. But^you'll have a disaarofahle awakening^aome day, Miaa ^ Igilvie; see if you don't.^Perhaps you luiveu't mrtired Not...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 19 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 19, 1889. CONNELL MERCANTILE^ COMPANY * 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 Boxes, Writing Sits, Photograph Al^^bums, Ornaments of every description. The^largest collection of Beautiful Fans ever shown. REDUCTIONIN SILKS \Kfeoffer great inducements in this depart-^VV 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 nour Underwear, Corset and Notion depart^^ments. ClearanceSale of Newmarkets. Lookat our elegent wraps at $5 00, $7.00 and^$10.00. Our assortment of plush garments^is still the best an...

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. — 19 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19. 1889. BONDSAND STOCKS. Oswasla ^^rk^t V^l^^ ^^^Nsw V^rk Kwkwp. NewYokk, Dec. IH.^There was the^usual uuict business in stts-ks to-day ami^the usual iwepoitderaiire of new a|m^cial^storks in deelines. but the hoars resumed^control of quotations ^nil the tone off the^market underwent a chanee 'or the worse,^though the impression mailt' u|m^u values^was generally measured by small fartions^only. Sugar reflneries was as usual the^jrreat feature of the market, ami it waa^hurt by the growing impression that re^^cent ^^Ins have been for inside account. Governmentbonds were dull ami steady. Petroleumopened firm at 104J4 and^after a slight advance became weak and^declined to UHVS. Then the market re^^acted and closed ateady at 104 V StockExchange Opening, KMhigh^^est UK; lowest lot*.; closing U**,. Consolidateil l'.scbaiige ^^|iening at^lOK^; highest, 1^^;t4; lowest, lift; closing. Totalsales mi.UKI Iiarrels. Closingstocks. .H.4V reKiali-n...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 20 December 1889

_*, kELIUIMDBY CXRRIIR XT^ONI D6LLXR P^B M9HTH .$ lieUnaJotifta Statidafifc 't xdkbntisinc rutm 'ktthi business omci. VOL.I.^NO. 90. ANACONDA.MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. McDONKLD BVBOKONUKMTX8T.^wnci on T.D. FITZGERALD, rOLICKMAOIHTRAiB, JUST1CB OK THE I*SACK, NOTARY .PUBLIC, CON VRYANCRK,*C. FirstRtrwt, F. BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Id Barrett * Jacky'a Block. Mai a Street, T.O'LEARY, Attorney aid Counselor at U^. PracticesIn all of the State and United ntates^court*. Collections promptly made. Special at^^tention jdven to Mining Properties and Mining^Law. Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. Prop^^erty Rented and Rents Collected. Office rooms^B and ^ Mattle Block, corner of First and Oak^streets. Anaconda. Mont. F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. Office,First Street Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana. TKKTHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN bya aew process. All classes of Dental Work^executed In first class manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Hates. AR...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 20 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER JO, il THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE byearrlsr or mail at ten dollar*^. Ikm dollai. a quarter or one^a month THBSTRNDRRD^eeJy daily new^i^aper with telejrraph dls-^itrhes In l^eer l-od(ro county. It print*^^tore telegraphic news t turn any other^newspaper In Moo tana. DMand business letter* should be^addressed to THESTANDARD.^Main and Third street*,^Montana. Anaconda, FRIDAY.DECEMBER 30. !^*^. THEYWANT IT FIXED UP Republicansare as ready as the rest^of us to doctor up the Australian plan^of votinR. The rump house at Helena^went at the business as soon its the^OoYemor's message, with its sugges^^tion on that subject, had been given^to the public. Some of the republican^newspapers pitched into the message,^finding a good deal of fault with its^suggestions on the Australian plan, but^the republican press is evidently not in^sympathy with the republican rutnpers^who are talking up more radical^chang...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 20 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ao, 1889. NORTHWESTNEWS. Ttpic*tf Gratrtl literal ii tk^ Pwr^SUtw wU ElMwhert. Tbecommittee of the Seattle city coun^^cil Appointed on the purchase of tbe plant^a* tbe Spring Hill Water company have^finished their labor* aa far aa examina^^tion of tbe company's works and valua^^tion of -tbe same is considered. They^bare made the company an offer to pur^^chase tbe works on behalf of tbe city.^Tbe exact amount offered Is not mad*^public, but one of the committee states^it is considerably Apetition baa been forwarded to the^poatofnce department praying- for the es^^tablishment of a postofflee 11 mile* west^of this city, on the main line of the North^^ern Pacific, to be known as Vater, with^K. B. Vater as postmaster. An office at^this point would not only accommodate a^number of ranchmen in that section, but^also tbe coal miners surrounding.^L.triny^^ton Knterprism. Articlesof incorporation of tbe Yellow^^stone Milling and Smelting company ...

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. — 20 December 1889

* THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ao, iMp. TRAVELERS*GUIDE. train*arrive,^11,44) A. SI.-Krom Hull* and Oarrisoo-^Imih Butt* at 10:^ A. St.. KiW^r How 11 oh^AM.. Stuart 11 :S3. A. M. Ctmneet* at *tmtrt^with train which 1. aves Garrison at to jo A. St., .srfi:'^- B^^t^ lwm nu.t* rM.. Hllver Bow 2.In I*. St., Stuart 3:1^ P. M.^4),so P. S4.- Kr^m Butte- U'^vf^ Butte at.^P M Silver Itow R:^3 IV M.. Stuart ^i :^^ l*: M_. tinr.m *J0P.^. M. TSA1NHimi'AKT. t:44 A. MFor Hntrc and Garrison Arrive* atStuart 7 5.'. A. M.. Silver How JJIA. M..^Butte 8 ^.-^ A. M. TriH train MMrfl at *t''-^ct^with train for Garrison, which arrive* at Deer^Uiji ^ sSS, Garrison\tf A. m. iAA v. St. For Garrison Arrive* at Stuart^S:IR. Deer lysine 4^^, Garrison 4 4-noP. St. Fo Butte Arrive* at Stuart 4^Silver Bow 4 :iT. Butte 4 :.'*i. TilaI*. St.- For Butte Arrive* at Stuart . :1ft.^Silver Bow M :Or^. Butte * : JU. vernow .-^:*.! i .r^ui^ii ^ '-- ^ - *^ 4LProm Garrison -INM Garrison^., l^eer IanJk* 4:47 ...

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