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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 12 January 1890

Jhc^StandardV SpaciaJ SerVica^beads Montana's Journals. The^Standard^ Prints More NcWs^than any Paper in trie State. VOL.I.^NO. zoft. ANACONDA,MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY ia, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. EXCURSION TENDEREDBY M.J. CONNELL TOALL DESIRING TO A^T*TEND THE GREAT Quarterof a MILLION DOLLAR Fire Sale wjhtedby the times P.I Iberidtn Offered $100,000 to Tes^^tify Milnst Paraell. TtteMnry mt thn Allom|^l to Muufkrtur*^^ nf-J^-a^-D^ A(^l^l Hits Cli-eat I risk^ncl Maw i k^* ^TImm^^nwaUtU* ^iot Loft. THEBONNER STOCK, BYSPECIAL TRAINS OF FIRST-CLASS COACHES OVER THE NorthernPacific^ Montana Union R.^THURSDAY. JAN. 16,1590. R. SEETIME TABLE. POSITIVELYNO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF WEATHER. TI7Vf E TRAINLEAVES Betterone boor early than one minnte late, as train leaves exactly at tbe time mentioned.^A FEW LITTLE BREEZES IN PRICES ThatHelp to Make This CYCLONB OB BARGAINS. DressGoods Dept. ColoredSurah Silks\ PlainColored Taffetas Silks [_^Light blue and cream Gros ! d'K.ro^i^ej AllWo...

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. — 12 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY M. iSpft. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. Deliveredby rsrrier or msll Ht t.-n .lollars a^y^mr. thr*r ^I^^11mi^ * .|imrt^ r or one^dollar ^ month THBSTHNDHRD^I* Um anly tUlly iwwsrisp'^r with teleirrsiph dls-^atrh.-s In llwr UnIkp i-ounly. II prints^^sort lehirraphir new* than any other^nrwn|m|^er In Moinmin. Onrrsspontlcncrand misirws* letters should be^addresneil to THESTANDARD.^Corner of Main ami Third streets. Anaeonda, Montana. srXDAY.JAXVARY VJ. IKIO. I.iwutenaiitGovernor lliekartls got^his theology all stirred up yesterday.^He announced that lie wan going heme^to stay there till he watt sent fur. This^he said to the lieaverhead senator^whose answer was comprehensive if^not thoroughly classic. It wouldn't^quite do to quote this Iteaverhead com^^ment on the STAShAitii's editorial^page, but those who read it in this^morning's news will see at once that^the lieutenant governor will either^have to...

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. — 12 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY ia. 189* GENERALAND PIWONAL. RobwtBrowning ia eaid to bar*^up aermpa of vara* when ha waa^child and to bars done aometbinc in the^of torn n a la Una; Horace whan but ^^old. MaryAnn Carter, the oldest inhabitant^of Allegheny county, Maryland, died at^her home at Mt. Sarage laat week, aged^10a years and 10 months. Forseveral years the receipts from the^aalea of public lands in Canada have not^been sufficient to cover the expenses of^surveying and management. Laat year^there waa a deficiency of more than $81,-^000. Inthe laat twenty years more than 9100,-^000 worth of pearls have been found in^the United States in that family of mol-^luska known aa ^unioe,^ or fresh water^mussels, the same that abounded at one^time in the rivera of Scotland. Aprominent druggist baa just returned^from t -e gum section of northern Maine,^and reports that in regions usually pro-^lific in this product it cannot be bought^at any price. There is no gum to be had^...

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. — 12 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY xa, 1890. JKNUXRY. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TMAINsakiiivk. 11,SO A. M.-rnwn l^^lte and V^^^',^,~^Leaves Butte al U^:V. A. M-, Silver Mr II :^s JM^St^l^rt lt::^. A. M. C.s is at Stuart withtrain which I. aves liBrnixai at MM A. M.. .Jl.r^.-Krf,m Birtle 1-env.^ Hutte ,. ^, VM Silver How ^:-^^ I^. M.. Stuart S:lt^ I^. M.^a,JO P. M.-Krom Butte heaves !*'^^^^^ at 7M Silver Bow V*l I^. M.. Stuart I*. M.^Tian I*. M. Kn.ni ^iairisoii^^^'7'*.' -jo l\ M., IKt r UkIks e:4; P. M.. Stuart . :.fi PM ihiiv HMM^T:40 A. Ht.-I m It.ilte slid Osrristin Arrives atStuart 7 v. A. M. Silver How *;:m A. M.. HutteiV. A. M. This train i MIBMrM ut Stuart wttitmK fT.rV:^rri^.n. width arrive* at IXrr |jxl.ri il::wi, C.ui risnii l^ A. M.^^ iM I*. M^ K^^r Oarris-.n Arrive* at Htuai SrV*^^rr^-'^r^rs.u.rt*: S^. M^ Huul^rive. at Stuart 7:15.^Silver Bow SKfs Butte ^ ' Arrival and Departure of Malls. MMHMM uaii.y n^^^Deer lysine, Helena ami points North andWest of Helena7.411 A. M...

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. — 12 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY la, 189a I TOWNTATTLE IN BUTTE InterestingBits of Gossip Overheard bj^a ^Standard^ Reporter. HowtlM Prant My^t^-n mt Trvlm trtt^i-^I wm Mla-at be MaMsrartorlly^IwpraTnt I pon ^ Oilier^NatM and Owaip. BriefIts NEWSAND NOTES. ^of la SpecialCorresuonileiire of thtt standard. Buttk,Jan. 11.^The expression of in^^tense judicial surprise which MHM over^Jiicltfc McHattou's features when informed^by the rlerfc of the district court tli^ other^day that there are two men ehiimiilK to Is*^^heriff of Silver Bow county, would have^made the fortune of any artist able to^c itch it. The idea that Judge McHutton,^the man who has HtotMl in the front rank^of the fight out the throwing out of the^Tunnel precinct, who hat* been the leader^of the battle since the infamous act was^preferred, in whose name the niaiitlunius^was issued and unfiled, the man who has^been the must prominent figure in the^fight all through^the idea that he, J. Mc^^Hutton, should have...

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. — 12 January 1890

THHANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY ia, THENECKLACE. Sow,muUnut, what do you think of^thattuknl Miut^. Valois, drawing from^a little mauve-colored velvet MM a neck^^lace of curious heads of a sulistnnco re-^semhling amber, but having in the heart^of each a light like that of the finest o|^ul,^and being generally of Mat color of which^we apeak as crushed strawberry. ^What^arc those stones^ Ithink the necklace beautiful.^ I re^^plied. ^But you niuat tell nic what the^atones are, fi^r I can not even gm-^s; I^hare never aecn anything like them, nor^^lo they tally with any descriptions ^hat I^remember. MineValoia lookcil pleased. Ah.matlame, 1 .-an not tell you.^ abe^said, spreading her hands abroad; ^nt.r^can any one. I believe. They have Iwcn^examined by many |h^oplc learned in auch^things without bavins a name given to^them. They are pretty now, but when^the warmth of tlie wearer'a neck acta up-^on them they glow like mbiea. The little^claap alao l^ecoiiica transparent, ami ...

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. — 12 January 1890

THBANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY la, iSoo. THILOCAL. MARKET. IWI$Uay. kMM per wo, ^C^ r^.no; Hunt^ York, 913.- krowu.fBJMt; pulvt-risrd lib A, Nrw^^o. Umi 913. lO; maple per pound JOr. CtslcwMarket strung^Costa Kim. l^uVBr: J i^.*-... Kio ISOMr;^ara MasMlahlinK, Ok'; Mocha37^*tOc: masted Kk^ ami Cost* Ki.a, Mil^toe; roaateil Cartstio, roasted Mocha ami^Java, MOaur: ArlMM-kle'm. s.v^. TeasJapan, Mn^Ma: Knauan Break fart, 4SrQ^^1.00; ^^un|M^wiler, 4Bi'O9l.0Q: extra Young Hy^^son, 7Sc^frl.i^o. iHekles Kastern 3 gal.,5 gal., 93.00; 10 gal.,ajj.wi.^Potatoes-#1.78 per ewt^Cat^lMMff Per rwt, 93.00.^K^cs^IVr caae, ^*-^^^.^HuTter^ IVr ^^. antMOr- Cheese-Nr -jimi^-j.v. Kruits Pried apples, per ft-^^ packages, IMi^91.00: ditto ulintl.SHi lioxes, 14r per |*-aclie*. BaitLake. !^^^^; aprii-ots, W; evuporalrd ditto,^tOe; hlacklierrlcs, Mr; ntaplM*rrlea, 33r. Californiafruit*, V..t**ii*\.'^n |x^r caw. S-* Htandard tomatoes, #3. jr.. t-B standard corn, a3.n0. 2-S^ Standard im-hk, iKl.Mt...

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. — 12 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY u. TORTHE WORLD'S FAIR lr.Dtpti Presents the Claims of Hew^York for thi EihiblUoi. (kl^C* ImIMi m taa Klfrats mt^^lr^al mm* Olartoas WMl- Hur^rrwMl mt ths Hear^^ing s^^^a^rraav. WAKHimmw,Jan. 11. New York^rrwnUUnv to-day prem-ntwl their claim*^for the location of the w.will's fair h-fore^toe senate special committee. Mr. Ih'pi w^waa the Hrst sprakrr for New York. After^alluding: to tlte Paris csliihition anil tua^inima.il ^American exhibit there,he sakl: ^Now it aMMBM our ^^^^ocasitjr to lioltl thin exhibition of the^Tnited Statett on a plan whieb^sliall he ao lironil in its) char^^acter, ao international in it* invi^^tations, in itM lio*|^ituliti^'^, that all people^who can produce, who wunt iiihIituiIb or^have the opportunities for tr.nlu^shall come here with tiicir pro-^ducta to exhibit and nee what^we ran do. If our friends^from Washington. Chicago and St. Louis^would diamiaa from their iiiumIn the local^prejiMlieea a'ifl local uuibi...

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. — 14 January 1890

A e YKe^Standard's^ Special S^rv.c^^Leads Morvtarva s Journals. The^Standard^ Prints M.or-g NcWs^tKan any Paper in tKe State. VOL.I.^NO. 109, ANACONDA,MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY U, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. EXCURSION TENDEREDBY M.J. CONNELL TOALL DESIRING TO ATTEND THE GREAT Quarterof a MILLION DOLLAR Fire Sale THEBONNER STOCK, BYSPECIAL TRAINS OF FIRST-CLASS COACHES OVER THE NorthernPacific^ Montana Union R. R.^THURSDAY. JHN. 16,1590. DEATHIN JJIG WIND GreatDamage Done by a Terrlfle Storm^Sunday Right Mcveralrrrwu Killed la Ml. I.oul. Fatal^^ities Rrpiirtnl rnn Kmtui k; Th,^atom Traveling Kwtwarri at IK*^Mat* of 7.1 Mil.-, aa Hoar. itpassed before reaching Clin- SEETIME TABLE. POSITIVELYNO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF WEATHER. TITO TRAINLEAVES StuartGreg-son^Hackney^Ross SilverBow^Blue Bird^Ar. at Butte ItHIT'UMM: .1:1*11I*. WILLM. ^^K '.m. I.K.WKIM'TTK AT^SAMK BAY. Betterone hour early than one minnte late, as train leaves exactly at the time mentioned.^A FEW LITTLE BREEZES IN P...

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. — 14 January 1890

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY x4, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. by currier or mail at Hi year.three AnHata a ^i^:^^^^r ^r^dollar a month arma THESTANDRRD^* only Aaltv iirir -.jiaivr wit h l^-l^'vraph dls-^atche* in lirri UmIw i-omily. It prints^rtr|et-ra|^htr iiewmthan any othrr^^|^a|wr in Montana. laI Oerrpnnrlrnrr ami l^u*in^-^^ lettrrs slmuld tor^ad^lrr^iml to THESTANDARD,^dewier ST Mum an.l Thlr.l strert^. Anamnua, Tl'KSDAY.JAM'AKY U. 18HU. Accordingto jr^^^d authority, Itutt^'a^new dailv is poinp t^^ a weekly.^Town talk in Hutte has it that a total^of *7,(^^^ in ready to go into the new^venture. Time and republican differ^^ences alone can tell whether a news^paiter can ^jaw back^ ^^ne day in Keven^and make it pay. Our fancy picture*^a weekly that will ro to press about^once a day when Unite is in war paint^and feathers for next spring election^and which, thereafter, will go to press^whenever the type takes a not...

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. — 14 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY i4, 189* SPORTINGGOSSIP. New York dispatch sajrs report* have^{mm printed that tit* hone Hindoocraft^W in excellent health and is wintering^grandly. The* are all wrong, and the^probabilities are that be will never face^the starter again. Ha hurt bis right for*^lag before bis last race at the Brooklyn^track, when be ran third to Badge and^Broiiaomarte, and that accounts for the^poor showing be made. Dr. Sbeppard^was railed in and gave it a* bis opinion^that with a winter's rest the horse would^be as good as aver. Ha has. bad the rest,^but the leg has not improved and be will^very likely be retired. Thebattle for the middle-weight cham^^pionship and $1,800 a aide between Jack^Uempsey and BiUy McCarthy, of Aus^^tralia, is the theme of much discussion in^^porting circles. When the match was^made the universal opinion expressed was^that it would be a wholly unequal contest,^but the tide has turned and now McCarthy^has nearly as many admirers...

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. — 14 January 1890

THE*ANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY x4, iSpo. 6 IS19 13 *J0 JXNUXRY. T.I W. T. 714 31 3 1ii 2 M 23 TRAVELERS*GUIDE. THAIS ABIHVr, andtlarrlson^^Ml Mow ii^'onnecta at Stuart tliM^ a. M. Front Hull^Leaves Hull, n ul.WA.M withiVu1n,:wh,:i,i^^^rrt^M,- HI *. A. M.,^lwr UhIp-I.. ^ A M |^av^i Butt* 2:40 *e M Wlv.V How ^M.. Stuart 3:1* I'. M. ^^O l- M Kroin Butte l,-..v^ Putt.* at .VJi pii *Hii^.irSS5 7mM ^ s,,mrl MS LiM *.as i* {i Knim Harrison U*avca iiarrlson^T^ft3.lV^r;i^^V;T^I^ ^ ^^..^. M.. Stuart 7:*. 7=4oa. m. tr\sta^iftm tStuart 7:.V. A. M.. siu-r ^*^*^^Huttc * A JUSTHOWJT HAPPENED Bje-litnesseaTW1 What They Know of theSUbbing of Reese. Originof the Qmrrvl^fiminoii^Ft rat K nnrknl l^..vr^ hy^Lawyer Harkrr ^i MR.O'BRIEN ON SENATOR FISHER.^I risk MaltoMlIM ICslss-ls^ Hiflxili :^ A. M.. M This train ^i^iiii^-t^ id Stuart^with train foriiarrisoii. which arrives at Deer j^W. ,^ Burh-,1^r^Vms,uart 4:15, , P. MW K.Thtut'^' Arrive, at Stuart 7:l^.^Silver How ^ mfi, Huttc * :^-^^...

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. — 14 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY x4, 1890. GAYTIME FOR THE I.O.O.F Officers ofThree Lodges Instilled^Last light at Butte. Onuul^^lr.n rimat to Asslat la tfas^CcmmmIm^A B^M^^* ^^^^^ ^^^'^^^^^(loud Hpurlm toy Wfll-HMim^MMubcn of the Order. BperlalrorrfkpiMMlnice of the Standard. Bitttk.Jan. 13.^The ^Kid Fellows of^Butte and Walkcrvlllc to-night Joined in^the greatest anil most siicccssful itoeietjr^demonstration in tin- liistory of Butte.^The spurious Fidelity hall wan beutitifully^decorated ill appropriate colors and em^^blems, and wan filled at 8 o'clock by :M)^Odd Fellows anil tlieir lady f ricntls. The^Fidelity, Kiikfley and Olive Branch l(Kl|tcs^united in a triple installation of officers^and the result was a demonstration that^will long be remembered in the annala of^Olid Fellowship in Montana. The cere^^mony of installation was performed with^fitting pomp by the following* grand of^^ficers: K. 1). D. G. M., J. B. Coulter; U.^M., W. Murphy; G. W., N. C Kinney; G.^K...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY J4 If. NEW^^FACTS^ IN HISTORY. ^tas M^ll^n^AIM If rirakaM.^i ikr Mtauinlii News.^Mhv events of historical importance^accepted M entirely settled,^i are alwaya set afloat In connection^with every Croat transaction atoriea that^^re aot fully authenticated either by the^records or by witiiewir*, and yet which in^the absence of refutation keep coming to^the front as facts. The two cited are of^this class. Agentleman of stand ins in the state^was at one of ttie hotels recently meditat^^ing on a curious and apparently well au^^thenticated story that had come to his ears.^He had not been granted the privilege of^disclosing names, but he knew the relat^^ors to be |m^rsot^s of character. They had^^aid to him: Recentlytliere died in Kentucky a^man who knew all the tletailx of a re^^markable traiiMuctiona in which Zach^Taylor, general of the I'uitod States^troops at Hiicna Vista, ami Santa Anna,^commander of the Mexicans, wore the^IMtrticipantM. I...

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 January 1890

THE.ANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY i4, iSpo. THELOCAL MARKET.^QMtatlm Arm Wm90mWt mmm Car- rstissslKvairy IVmy. lUrtit *uKr^^Sntnti1:tt^il. |wr ino, ^^^^^ Mm:^brown, *k,i^i; i^il^ iru^l II ft A, N^w York, au.-^^o, l^a^f il3.l0; maple per pound JOe. (MM-Market strong: grarn Kl^^, MsftMr;^^oata KU-h, iwaxh-: Java MandahltaK, ^^^;^Mocha J7^SW^i*I roasted Kio and Costa Kiea, ^-^^^^*^SOr; r^ststetl Carlialo, 32r; roasted Moelm and^Jkva.wifW''. ArlMK-k !^^^^, SV. Teas-.T:t|^in, :i^(*^^r; Knicllah Breakfust. Maf)^^1.00; ^^nu|^^wder, Vksjtfl.oO: extra Young Hy^^son, 7!V^tl.iin. Rckles Eastern^S ical., K.fiO; 8 ami., 93.00; 10^gal., nana PotatoesSt.7^ prr cwt. CabbaaeIVr cwt, fct.iw. Kmc* l^er caw, *u^i. Buttrr-IVr ^, a-sJfrsWe. Cheese IVr ^^, :^*^^^. FruitsDried apples, per B-^^ nark .-ices. 7.Vs^^^ 1.0o, ilitto sliced,Ml. Ikixch, Ho |*^r ^^^: |n*aches,^Salt Ijikc. !^^^: apricots, 2W; eva|^orated ditto,^ajc; lilacklicrriew, l.ic; rasplierrlcs, arse. Californiafruits, $.^..m^.w;...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, THEDAY IN CONGRESS PintDiseases tM Alaska^Sail Pbheries CoitncL taallovrrn BONDSAND STOCKS. ai'a Kick** Msts IWa^^red t^ a rorp.ir.ll.. Whlrh^Tttmm Mcwa KukM to ray^Kaorsaaas ItlvMai WAammrrox,Jan. IS. In the ^ n^te^today a resolution li^*i*i*tof^r^ oltiTinl by^Plumb rrauectin* the loaae of the islands^of 8t. Paul and St. George to the Alaska^Commercial company win token up and^Mr. Plumb prcn-eedtnl to a^lilre^u^ tin' aen-^ato. He said tin* time for pro|^oaula for^the new lew wa^ too short and the pro-^IMwal liuiititi** t^. ui,im) the nuiubert^f w all^to la* taken the flint year, if not t-xtraortl-^inary. o|m-ii^m] up a wi^lo liehl for^eonjtfture. He k|m^ke of Us preferciiew^mhow 11 the Alaska company, anil suid a^certain Louis (ioldstonc had made a liiglit r^bid and also otfered to |^ay Hjy. cents u^^kin more than the Alaska CouiiuiToiiil^company, and 55 cents a trillion for all^seal oil extracted. The Alaska Commer-^cial company a...

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 January 1890

Startdard's^Special SsrVics^|f*f*w*w* Hor\t*rv^'s Journals. TK Standard ' Prints /^lore NcWt^than arty Paper ir\ the Stats. VOL.L^NO. no. ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 189a PRICEFIVE CENTS. EXCURSION TENDEREDBY M.J. CONNELL TOALL DESIRING TO ATTEND THE GREAT narterof a MILLION DOLLAR Fire Sale KUNZGETS A NEW TRIAL Burke,O'SHIivan and Coughlin^tUMd to Prison for Life. Sen- Mewthe Miar.1. rrr^ tuwltnl Ik* Wrdlrt^^tell r.^r Kuna fixed mi ^VI^ihi^Tte* Hteir. tM*JW| May Nut^Try III in A Kit I ii. v:ii were hurried from the jail, strongly^MMM(M and ukfii to Juliet nn tin- !^^nVlwk tniin. Tliey arrived at tho peni^^tentiary ahtait midnight ami with little^a^l^^ were |Mit in solitary ^tlii^^iii.-nt un^^til to-morrow morning, when they will he^formally rntrml anil clad in tin- i*-iaon^garb. The sudden transfer wia a trxnl^surprise to the prisoners. It api^'.ir that^Stutc**' Attorney laaflMaMI jHaM^early in the evening to Inku immcdiaic ad^^vantage of the ruling off Judge M...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. nvilTrrerthy carrier or mail at ten dollars a^year, three ^loll.ti^ a quarter or one^dollar a month TUBSTKNDKRD^la Ik* saly ^tally n^r^i^pw wl,n tcleirranh die^atctie* in l^ecr tuxlm- enmity. It print*^ptclecraitlilr new^tli:in any other^nrwmpajwr in MaHti arresp-ondriireand MMi MHM should be^ail'lrf^eil to THESTANDARD.^Or^rner of Main and Tlilr.l ^tnft^. Anaconda, Molilalia. WEDXKSDAY.JANUARY 15. 1HMO. TheStaniiakd was the first news^^paper iti the 1'nited States to come to^to the front with the declaration that^MIWHMlM picked out in Helena^ought to l^e sent hack to Montana by^the upper lionse in Washington. That^position was taken by this newspaper^long before the MHM were held,^no that there was no taint of per^^sonality in the proposition. Through^^out the country. this sentiment^finds favor. We hope it will commend^itself to the jiuttrtneiit of the august...

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 January 1890

THHANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1 J NORTHWESTNEWS. fGee ml IiUmt to Rf Fur It* thatthere Apnetoffiee has been established at Al-^r, Fergus county, Mont., with Row E.^relclen aa postmistress.^There are at preaent Juat lift newspa-^1 publiabed in Oregon. Of tbeae four^I publiabed In Benton county, tiro in^in, five in Lane and six in Yamhill.^Astoria aspires to bare a S^O.OUO bui ki^^lns; for the use of the chamber of com*^The papers there talk as though^^880 would witness the fulfillment of this Acave has hoen discorered in Douglass^iinty. Ore., near Oak Grore station.^J^he I'luitutealrr says ^it presents evWU'iiee^if haring been used as a place of worship^sy a now extinct race. Ofthe 34 counties in Washington, Col^^ombia county stands sixth in wealth. The^Ive wealthier hum in the order of their^realth are Pierce, Kins, Spokane, Whit-^^n and Walla Walla. Fannersof Whitman county. Wash.,^^ memorialist lis the legislature of that^state to tax mortgages. Perhaps if t...

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 January 1890

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