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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 27 December 1889

WHOWILL BE THE MAN BitteAttorneys Dtecissing Jvdge lc-^Hattoi's Probable Saccessor. THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1889. lgm^l^m War* IIh^^bnaraor May Appo^ItHiltM to th* vmm^Tli. Other t'a a it I data t ejr TALKOP THE TOWN. lirrtalrorrniniHlrDn- of the MtaoxUrd. BOTTB,D(c. 2B.^The question hh to who^will he Appointed district juflae in the^place left vacant by the resignations Tues^^day of Judges McHatton and Hamilton,^who both claimed the right to the posi^^tion, ia being canvassed tiiuronitlily by the^attorneya of Butte, and has excited much^general interest. The pressing need of a^aeaaion of court in Silver Bow county led^the judge* to the action they took. Legal^business haa been accumulating at a tre^^mendous rate. Furthermore there aec^med^no proapect of speedy aettlement of^the diapute. The aupretne court judges^indicated that they would not meet until^authorized to do ao by the legislature. It^ia not likely that any legislation will lie^done by the preae...

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. — 27 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ^7. MATHIN A TREETOP. inkKv atm fltltal Tracer la iFrancisco Kvaniiiicr.^W. S. Mill** ami Hrnry Evkhai-tof t'oliuta^county, who nwntljr returni**! from a^rani|viiift* Imnl anions; tlx- i^^a^l mountains^of atenriorWio, tvll of m remarkable fln^l^atnoiiir *I^*^^ sTr^^ut mlwiwil for****!* of tliut^part of the state; a story wliieh, for^thrilling. w***ir^l. woodland tr.t^***l^- excels. Inthe iiortliwosU'rii ,Ktrt of the county,^late ^^im^ afternoon, just Iwfor** sunset,^while Um^ hunters wore makiiiir their way^to ramp, tltejr niHiood that the mys ^^f the^atin in tho trevtop* c^f ^ ^I^*iih^* grove fell^on and lift-titod up a white-ohjoot up among^the bru.iirh^*^ of a large madroiin tree. AppriMtehiUKthe foot of the tree for the^purpoMe of vetting ^ nearer view of the^white ohjeet, they were ;*-t^^in-.|u^l to IIml,^lying ^n the ground at the foot of the tree,^the remains of nil ohl Keiitneky ritle-ltar-^r^*l. with part of a inn. Ii-^|t ^-.^y...

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. — 27 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER Tj, 1889. 7 THILOCAL. MARK wsitsn1JItwjt Day. JUtht XurarGranulated, per ino, ^1^' an.i^brown. ^^,00; pulverized II A A. New York,^^n,loaf^l.llO; maple per pound Mc. OoHee-Market strong; green Kin. tgfftMc:^Onsta Uica, l^U.J3c: .lava Mand aiding. **^;^Mocha Mfer; r.^-l^l Kin and CiwU Kira. 3H^.^joc; roasted Carliain, .t.v; roasted Mocha auit^|Mi 3s**ftnc: Arhuckle's, Me. Te^^,U|^an. :iv.(i.-rt': Fnghsh Breakfa^t, ^Or^k^^140; tlunpowder, 4Cc^tai.ou: extra Young Hy^^son. TBc^M.OO. incklcs K-asteru :igal., ^^.^; 5 ami., ^3.60; 10 ml.,aeon. Potatoes ai.'fi per rwt.^Cabbage lvr ewt, ta.oo.^K^n^-IVr case, a*. 00.^Mutter Per m, 3nfir.av. -Pert^. anfr-jft.-.^Fruits- Ilricd apple*, per *- w^ packages. T.vflt^fl.no, ditto sliced, ^^^-^^ Iscves, l*e per ^^; peaches.^Halt Ut, nic; aprieotii, ^-^.^^; evaporated ditto.^mV; blackhcrrie*, l.V; rasplterriea, 3Bc.^California fruits, a'^.ur^ii;.a0 per caae.^3-tv Standard tomatoes. ^J.'J5.^^t^ standard cor...

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. — 27 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27. H RIOTSIN BRAZIL.^M Tranbl* CMlmt4 l^jr OWetml Dec.M^MmMM trnni Rio^Janeiro, received in cipher hjr the iwwt-^, pnntoin important ami ileeply' in-^ting facta about tho political iiplit-av-^al reported there aa liaving oronrml on^the 18th instant. From the information^contained it is undoubtedly conwt tliat^the proviucial t^ivpnmiMit found itself^confronted hgr a very formidable and^iwlivf oftpoaitioii, among the memlwrs of^which were numhered many soldiers, a^good contingent from the navy, harketl^up by several of the friends frewn both^branches of the suki veil. The whole^number of citisens itlmiloined the revolt^in favor of monarchy. These Ivimltol to^^gether and paraded the priueip il stn-cts,^giving the full aggregation a allow of their^ecntime nts and the very aerioua fighting^revolt waa not Miinpress4^d until the moru^^las of the Jnth instant, when regularly^organised troop-, overcome the riotera^and monarch ata. The proviaina...

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. — 28 December 1889

lBLIUBRBD IV CKRRIIR XI^OKI D9LLXR PBR K9NTH QT XDUBffffTIBIMC MTM^*T THI BUSINESS OFBICB. VOLI.^NO. 96. ANACONDA,MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. MCDONALD BUBOBON DKHTWT.^or pick ovu Jom. rami co.. T.D. FITZGERALD. rOUCR MACISTKA I K, JUHT1CK OF THK^FKACK, NOTAKV I'lHUC, COX-^VKYANCF.R, *C. FirstHtrwt, Anaconda,Mont. ,BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Office In Barrett * .larky'a Block. Main Street,^Anaconda, Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIn all of the State and United Slatea^oourta. Collet-lions promptly made. Hneclnl at^^tention given to Milling Prtniertiea and Minimi^Law. Real Kstatc, Unaaa and 1 nan ranee. Prop^^erty Rented and Itenta Collected. Office room^^Sand 4 Mattie Block, corner of First and Oak^atrcvtx. An:u'onda. Mont. GETREADY TO SNEEZE Whatu Expert Medical Antnoritj Says^of Rossian IilaeBia. F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. Office,Kir at Street Between Main and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana. TEETHEXTRACTED WITH...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACOrfDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECHMBHR j^, gS THEANACONDA STANDARD PVVUSHEO EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. bycarrier or mall St ten dollar*^. Unr riouai* a quarter or on*^dollar a month THB8TBN^sstly daily newspaper with telegraph dis-^gThrr. la Deer l-odire rmioty. It print*^rUfcaiaphic news than any other^ft la Montana. HvaapaWMM*and business letters should be^addressed to THESTANDARD,^sjssw at Mala and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. BATl'KDAY,DECKMBKR 2*. 18S9. ITSOWN FIGHT Somerepublican has Ihmmi saying in-^snlting tilings again about the Inter^Mountain Some other republicans^fcave been Insisting that, if the rump^republicans want to select for senatorial^Domination two decent candidates, out^of those now in sight, both will have to^come from the east side. Wecannot guess who the fellows are^against whom the Inter Mountain en^^ters protest in lines that tit its accus^^tomed editorial pen. We do not pre^^sume to know why the west-side repub^^licans need t...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 28, xt SPORTINGGOSSIP. Astory ^^ ^oin^ the rounds of the Cali^^fornia press that Pierre Lorillard miaat*!^a Bond chance to obtain El Rio Key and^bis brother Roy del Rev. It is said that in^the Spring Theodore Winters offered the^two for 930.000. Mr. Lorillard was satisfied^with the price, but wanted El Rio Rey^^hipped east for inspection. This Mr.^Winters declined to do. and the sale fell^through. Later in the season, that la, be^^fore the meeting at Chicago, El Rio Rey,^Joe Courtney and others in the Winters^lot could bare been purchased for $30,000.^Nobody wanted them then, but two^months later El Rio Rey could not lie pur^^chased for *50,000. CaliforniaAthletic club men generally^are satisfied from recent developments^that they will hare the Sulliran-Jackaon^battle in their club rooms, notwithstand^^ing the rote on the proposition not to give^the men orer S10.000. It would apitear^that Pre^Uleut Fultlii has gone quietly to^four or ...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER travelers'guide. thaikm AHKIVI. lliS*A. H. Fnsn Butte and Oarrlenu^^iMVfiTB.UU- st 10 :^ a.m.. Kllver Bow 11 n irk.,smart ii u^. a. m. Vmmmm **^^rt withtrain which !^ avem;arrt^on *i lOrjo A. M..^TWrUHlff l^h:^ A.m. ur u pM . Silver Bow i:V, i^. m.. Htnart 319 P. m.^^ ^*^^ ^^.- From Unitel-eaves Unite at ^::^ p.M , Silver Bow .'.:*^ i\ m.. Ktiiart a** P. m.^Tills I1. M.- Knuii Uarrlaoti- Leaves llarrwM sop. M.. Deer UmIiwP. m., Stuart 7:30 p.M. trainsnKPAMT. 1:10A. M.-For Butte kii.I lisirinon Arrive* 12Stuart T SUA. m , Silver Bow *.:^^ A. m.. Butte^:^.% A. m. Tri^ train ronn*yt^ ^l s^.l'!^r withtrain for tiitrriMiii. wlileh arrive* at Deer l*ure '.i.:a, tlarrinou lo A. m.^^SB 1*.For tiarriiem Arrlvi-a at Htua^rt S:l.V!e^^r h.luMJii, ^Sarrlwm 4^4:OOP. M. -PO' lliitle -Arrive* at Stuart 4:1ft, HlWcrBow 4 ;:^7, Butte 4 :H\ ^ p.M. KorHiilte Arrive* at Stuart . :1ft. StiverBow ruift, Butte *:^.^^^ Arrivaland Departure of Malls. maii niir...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1889. BARR1EREON THE STAND Telll*His Side of tot Story of the^Shooting of Hit life. 1 lastThrMtanMl to l*armly m. Hl^ ^a^Mora Than Ob* OtmhIm^Kls-tath awl I mmt Uay of tn UBlMllW. ftoerialCorreanotMlrnce of the standard. Butte.Dec. 27.^Tbia wu the eighth^and last day of the Barriers examination.^At 10 o'clock this morning Joaeph Bar*^riere, the defendant, waa put on the stand^in a crowded court room. He waa on the^atand all the forenoon. The substance of^bia teatiniony waaaa followa: ^I wus do^years oltl December 25. I waa married to^Julia Barriers by Judge MrHatton three^years ago laat June. I had no children by^ber. About three months before thia^trouble we lived together. I waa working^down in South Butte, but used to come tip^town to aleep, not every night but three or^four nights a week. I waa working at the^Montana Central depot in South^Butte. My wife ut that time^bad the cigar store at No. SO Fast Galena^street. For three ...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, si kUTIFULVAMPIRES. Its Tmtmmtt BlM^wall*n mt fcew^Tarh fWlwU Thrlr Victims.^Hew York OorrwiMiodooce of the Cotirtcrsjour- Forthe pMl two week* New York has^buna in toe full title of a Parisian sensa^^tion. In a city wltoae conditions art' so^prolific of crime, it is seltltMii tliutu mere^luunW attract* more than a paaaing iu-^tt-rct-t- But the shooting of Ste|^l^uu^IVttus l^y Hannah Southworth wan^more than a mere iniirtler.^It had all the elenieiita of a^li aunilj miii li aa^lhjuioM uiitl tilt* iinxloni^aebool of writer* of realistic novels ^le-^litriit in. It waa a romance within a ro^^mance; a tragedy within a trairttly; aiul^it diaehaMHl a |N*ir^* of human interest^which every one read and sliiiililcntl at.^Of course, public opinion ia divided over^the Southworth-l'ettua affair aa it al^^ways ia when a pretty and clever wo^^man ia ac4-u*ed of crime, und yet luis^aome apparent justitlcutioii for her act.^A hijjh-^piritcil Kent...

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. — 28 December 1889

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 28, 1889. THELOCAL. MARKET. An niliiKvmry Day.^^^nnaulatad, per too, **C^ a*. NewY fcrwwn.^*/^; pulverizer) II H A.^^.kW $13.10; maple per pound^(Wlw^Market strum^: (reel Ji or*.^i3.- Kio,ISwfcttr;^dahlia*-. ^v. Him,ls^s33c: Java^laswaa 37^Woc: roasted Kio ami Costa Hii-a, juw^^Me; roasted Carhaio, Mr; roasted Mocha and^Java, 3*^a.v^r; Artaickle's. 3fic. TeasJapan. 3BAnor; Kntcltsh Breakfaat, ^or^k^#1.a^; ^^iin|^^w.ler,estra Young lly- sswi,TftcCt i .on. Ftokle* Kaatern 3 gal.. p3.90; ^ sal., a3.n0; 10 sal.,an.00. Potatoestl.Tft per cwt.^dBmi Par cwt, ^a.oo. KtoraI'er case, as.isi.^Butter^Per 1^, :wv^'Mtte.^Cheese^ Per ^^, -jMiftMr.^Frails^Dried apples, per M ,SU-tbl paekaiwa,T8e* ft.^^; ditto sliced, So-1^ boxes, 14c per t^; peaches,^NaH Lake, tec: apricots, 'jar; evaporated ditto,^^c, blackberries, Mai raspberries, 30c.^California frutta, ^.Yuniiti;. r*^ per caae.^*-^^ HtiuHlard tomatoea, 93.30.^^-t^ Htandaril corn, #3.00.^Vt^ Sta...

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. — 28 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER OIRMANPEASANT UIFE.^I HHH Fklam of Mow lh^ ^^^^^! tMss^^ l*a*a Away the TIsm.^i the New York Mail ami K\pn^.^TIhtp in aomethina: pictureMiue and ro^^mantic about ttiv life of a ti)^nimn |*^^-^^nt. At least every one but tht^ |m-t^aaiit^bimaelf bw^ it in this light. You look at^a pretty picture in a gallery and aee the^country people gracefully grouped at a^rustic wedding. You hurry by in a train^ami catch Might of them in tlicir provin^^cial and quaint coatumea, ilitnr^'^8 peat or^making hay. Ynti at roll into the country^and watch them eat tlicir mid-day meal^in the ahade of Home tree. It la all pic-^tureatpie certainly, hut ill every caae you^are only one Hide. Thepcaaalita never live in imitated^lioiim-H ulamt their fiwnis. They conic to^gether and form a little Hettlenieut, aome-^timcH not more than a doccn builtliiiira in^all. So it is not iufrtH|iiciit to hcc a -mall^valley thickly dotted with these dorfn, or^villatrex, which, i...

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. — 29 December 1889

QBUSCBBBDBY CXRRIIR XT^WONB DOLLXR mt MONTH CeT ^DKBItTISINO BJ^WKT THE BUSINESS OFflCB. VOL.I.^NO. 97. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29. 1889. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. MCDONALD SUBUKONDF.NTIST.^ornci ovu jom. rnui 00., Montana. T.D. FITZGERALD, rouremaoistkaik, jphtick ok thk I'KAIi:, NOTAItY I'L'HLIC. COS-^VKYANCKR. Mu: An:400mla.Mont. Ftrt sir*-*. ^.BROWN* Attorneyat Law.^Offlee la Barrett H Jacky's llluck, Malu street.^Anaconda, Montana. T.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Lav. PrartieenIn all of the State and r nihil states^court*. t'ollcH-tloim ^^r*^uii^tly iiimle. Siiertal at^^tention given to Mining Properties and Mining^Law. Ileal Kstutr, umim un.l lumirain'c. Itiid-^erty Itenteit and Kent* Collected. Office roaims^S and i Mattie Itluck, comer of First and Oak^streets. Anucomlu. Mont. GOTAHEAD OF THE LAW CausesWhich Led to the Shootii* of^Eight legro Inrdercrs. F.P. CHRISM AN. D. D. S. OtlW.First street between Main and Oak,^Aiiui-mnlu, Montana...

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. — 29 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 39, it*. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. byearrler or mall at ten dollar* a^. three dollai^ a n^^T or ^^*^dollar a Biouth THBSTRNDRRD^teSBS saty dally newspaper with telegraph dia-^Strhrl in IWr l^dge county. It print*^Marc telegraphic arm t nun any other^newspaper in Montana. andbu^in^^ letters should be^aUitrciuu'd to THESTANDARD.^Main and Third streets,^Montana. Anaconda, SUNDAY.DKCKMHEM !M. BtTTERSHOW UP. It'sa good building hii^1 loan associa^^tion that keeps its appointments with^people whose cash it has carted off. It^would be eminently to the credit^of the National Building and Loan^Union of Minneapolis - if that's the^right title were it to send its amenta^back to this city. if. indeed, they are its^agents, to carry out agreements they^bave not met and to remove suspicion^from the mii.ds of individuals whose^money they have taken. lieforeit knows it, this ^National^^concern will be in tro...

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. — 29 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ag. 1889. NORTHWESTNEWS. ftpi *f Gtitral literat li th^ Poor Rew^ud Elstvker.. TheUnited States land office at Burns,^Or., took in $13,000 tbe first three months^^hat the office waa in running order. Such^figures ahow the extent of the Eastern^Oregon country. JohnF. Oilman, who waa recently exe^^cuted at Emoire City, Or., for a most bru^^tal murder. Just before execution fully^exonerated his wife, against whom some^people had entertained suspicion as hav^^ing been a party to the crime. Saysthe Oregon Bifida: ^There will be^about 7,000 head of cattle, 2,500 head of^horses and 25.0U0 head of sheep fed in the^Eagle Vallt-y this winter. This valley is^very small, but it can furnish more alfalfa^ami timothy hay than any oilier spot on^earth and is ju^t us good for fruit ami^vegetables. There hat been 4,000 tons of^bay sold there this fall. NoahArmstrong, owner of the great^race horse, Spokane, is at Seattle and re-^l^ortM that his famous ste...

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. — 29 December 1889

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER a* 18891 TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TKAINHAKKIVK. lliSOa. M.-Ftnm Butte ^n^l U^rrlaon-^Lmvei^tutte |U !^:^ A. M.. Silver H..W llflt^AM.. Stuart It -.32. A. M. t'onnt-vta ^t Stuart^with tram whli-hl* eatJarrlaou iu Ma*A, M.,^lteer l-otlite IO:-M A. M._ .. S,40r. ft. - From Hutte^l.envea Butte 3*t^|. M silver Bow J-.V-. l\ M . HtHMrt 3:19 I*. M. 1,111p* M. Kri^m Butte - leaven Butte at ^::*^^P. M., Silver Hiiw ft:43 IV M.. Htuart I . M. i,,UP. M. Krom ^.xrri**i^ii I cavern t.arriwm^^-J0r M , IH-er UhIk^ 6:47 P. M.. Htuart 7 :3t^^P. M. train.*!DUTAHT. T.40A. M.^l-oi Butte iiiuHiiirrlaon Arrf-ea^ml Stuart 7 .v. A. **., Silver Bow H .^^ A. M..^Butte a 4^. A. M. Thi* lr tin roiiiiet-ta at Snian^with train for ilarrlaon. wlileli arrive* at l^eer^Ural-re ^-'^3. tlarriann in A M._ ^HA V. M. Ki^i ^iarri*^n Arrive* at Stuart^^ -.in, l^eer I/nl-re 4 ^ ^-, t;arri^.in 4 ^^ 4OO I'. ^t.--Kt^' Butte- Arrive* at Stuart 4:1s,^Sliver Bow 4 37, Butte 4 .'.i. ^ TilA...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 29 December 1889

theanaconda standard* sunday morning, december jfc i88 TOWNTATTLE IN BUTTE InRussian Influenza Hat lot Tot Struckthe City. Tfs* Kama of Crialwd l Young Mm* 1^Tnlaaa Ho la ti row I ma; a^Fair ml Hnrui. Affairs la Police ANOkoSSIP. stray i ICorresDoadenr* ^^f the Ktan lsril.^BurrE, Dec. 2^.^ Inquiriaa have been^made to-day by a reporter among ^ea I-^inj phy-uciuua an to whether th^* Kua-^aian iiiftuensa bad yet struck this town.^The uniform reply was tbat no influenza^baa yet appeared ao far as the phyaiciana^know. It ia true tbat several young; men^, and two or three married women have^told pbyaieiana that they believed they^were afflicted with tbe Russian plague.^They have been sneezing ao much as to^lead them to believe something unuaual ia^tbe matter. Tlie wife of a prominent^lawyer of Butte triumphantly claimed^to her physician that she bad the flrat ease^of influenza ill town, and wax greatly net^^tled when the sago doctor told her that she^bad nothing worse than a cold ami^cata...

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. — 29 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 39, 1889. DISHONE8TFEMALES. rWmM Wlw WinUd^^V^Mew TImjt l)hUI^r^l U^1 fa no question l^ut that the aver-^tje^ta**r^tiv^ bad ratlu-r dt*al with five^male IkM one female lawtire-aker, writes^^ police officer in the Now York Mm.^^^atoli m woman hreakinir the* law and ahe^will Miami to a acore of tricks and subter^^fuges unknown to men, and if alie ia not^hardened ahe will moat always manage to^invent an excuse calling for mercy and^opening- a wajr of eacape. And it l-i very^seldom an officer gets any creilit in a^woman eaae. She ia tbo weaker |^arty,^even if wickiil, and she will have more^or lea* puldie aymiwktby, no matter bow^clear the eaae. ^ii^- of my flrat experiences waa in Ga^^lena. 111., a rood many yeara agu. A nter*^ebant fuuiitl tltikt lie waa lieiug rolilsul in^a mysterious mitiiiier, ami I was sent^iluvu from ('hie-ago to investigate. He^hail ihnm lx^y clerka in Ilia store, anil it^waa in tlte ol^l (lays when every elerk lit....

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. — 29 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 39, 18S9. THILOCAL MARKET. IraaAwm rsstsatWC.mtf Day. ranulated.per Ma, ^C^ t^^New Y .__ll^n^^ork, ^I3.- kravD.^s.on. pulverized H * A.^^Xin^/^i3.io; maple per pouml OraTe*-Marketstrode;Rk^, . RostalUra, la^Be: Java Mandahllnit, 4nr; JEklSSlArtM'a.aiP. - . Tea*Janaa,MOM*; Knulish breakfast, *a^^91.00; ^tunpowtler, toco* l ou: extra Young Hy TlJkk^1^iurtrrn 3 gal . aa.aO; 5 c*l.. $3.BO, 10^aal ob oo TMSSai M.te per cwt.^Oahhaae Per cwt, $3.00.^B^Pl^r cane, oh.ou.^Butter^ Per ^^. 3r^^MOe. Oh6^ Per ^^, JOW'-'Se- _ . rrmtta-Iried ai.pl.-*. per 5-l^ paekajtea. TBrtt^.00: ^titto sliced. Ao-t. hoxes, l*c per ^. peaches,^t IS ^^^^; apricots, 39c; evaporated ditto,^_ ; hlackliernes, I V; rasplierrles. aoc.^tVUIfornu. frulta, ^n.noa^.no mr eaae.^*-^^ Htaudard tomatoes, ^3.35.^^-^^ mamlard eon, fa.^^.^^^^ Htandard pea*, fo.no; eeronds, #a.T5.^S-S^ Strinit ami Lima beans, 92.7*.^Dried Beans-Navy.iier 100 ^; Lima, T.00;Kayos, aa/JR. WheatNo. I. par ...

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. — 29 December 1889

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 39. 1*8* TEACHERS AT DILLON ProcMdligsof the First Session of the^State Association. p.f RfM sa^t tit* ronvi^Wlir i In K^erjr^^ of^flats! aK ^^^^. H|ui Isl iVfTi-sisMidiwr of ttin Mtanaant. Iii.i^h, Mont., l^cc. 38.^ The first an^^nual meetinjt of the Montana State^TcuclKm' association was hold ill tin* tine^new tuffh sel'.isd huildiiiK at Dillon, on^Thursday, Kriilay ami tu-^lay, ami wait r^-^niarkable.fi^r itH surrnss in ulmusl every^particular. Oror 100 Iciwhera and educu-^toni from all i^n^ of tin- stuff uttfuidcd^tli^* attssions ami ull took a lively interest^in the Will imiUliMs. which were conducted^tlirouirliout willi mucli ululity l^y Mm. M.^S. ('uuitiiiiiK, of Helena, president of the^nsHoeiatioii. The pmtirumiuc ^ a^ a vciy^lcnirtlry and intere stintf one. Many of the {n|it. clit'itt^d dist'iiNsii ^ns which ealiliot^Hit lie pr. slm 1 i ^^^ of iniK'li future (fiMxl in^Montana teaching eirel^^h. ^u Thurduy iimrninK, iii the abs...

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