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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 15 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY ^S. HEIS WANTED IN DEHYER lattbevIcArthu knutoA in Bitte on^a Charge of Seduction. TALKOr TUl TOWN. AMr whlrk Cans., tl^^ I SST^ Colora4^ Mat her^rtaaly-Hh Molli*r ^ Wntthr^Idmt of r^l^rada Syrian-. a*Yo^^f isrlslCorrespondence of the fttandard. Buttk,Jan. 14.^At 10 o'clock this^morning business watt lively at the black-^amith shop off H. H. Becker in Eaat Mer^^cury street. A young man who has h^^t^n^known around town an Frank Wilhert^waa just driving thv third nuil into a slios^of our of Ranchman Moore's Iiuiwk,^when Marshal Me Arthur entered the shop^anil, after a moment's rnnvcrxation with^Mr. Becker, tapis-d Will^ert on the^ahoulder and aaid : Youngman, you are wanted. Wilhertrested an instant from his work^and inquired: Wheref InDenver,'* said the olllcor.^Wilhert turned a triile pale. Then he^resumed driving the nails which fastened^the shoe to the hoof, took olT his apron,^put on his coat ami hat ami walked with^the marshal to ...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY .5, 189*. TRACKAND SEA. Itwaa what sea salts rail dirty weulher^outside the harbor of New York on the^morning of ^ Christinas ^lay away lawk in^Um^ seventies, and tin- gootl steamship^Leviathan erept alone almost im|*-reept-^ibly through the all-emlirnoiiig f^W. The^proapeet of a genuine Amerieaii Christmas^dinner on land looked dim indeed to the^liassrimrn, and the vast majority, men-^tally ami physically impregnated by the^tog. hail resigned themselves to tlie blues^and the inevitable annoyance of the situ^^ation. Inthe amoking room, however.two con^^genial spirits were detenulned not t^^ lie^influenced by the gloom of their surround^^ings, and by the aid of a good old-fush-^ioned ^Regalia^ and a huge tumbler of^brandy and soda they pa**^-d away the^time recalling to each other's remem^^brance interesting reminiscences of the^past in which they had soon interested. JulianHawthorn, the older of the two,^was a typical southerner, who ...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY l^ iggo. THELOCAL MARKET. to.no:light AnI^isslssl Enrj limy. onMIH p^ ^^^, **^^^' kmwn,^*,(^; pulverized II ^ A. Xrw York,^^0, loaf 913.111; maple per pound-iOc. CnsreeMarket stmiur: pwn Kin, lOOSsr;^Ooata Hlea. iw^Mr: .lav* Manilahllm.-, ^^^;^Moeha 374**^r; nutated Kio and f'usta Kiea,^tte i niastitl ^arl^aio, 3ar; roasted Mut-hu autl^Java. WU^K'; Arbuekle's, SBe. Tmi-SmKaaonor; Kiurtish Rreakfust, 40r0^DjN; tliinpowder, **^^^^* i.oo: extra Young lly-^aon. 7.v4*l.^^^.^pUim-Mmi-s gal.. Mi a gal., S3.S0; to Potatoes^l .75 per rwt^Caahag^^rVr cwt, *uio.^Kaaca^lVr rase, **.m.^Mutter-IVr ^. a.jtt*k-.^Cheese IVr ^^, MK FruitsDried ai^ples, per 6-t^ paekatres, 7.ie^fc^: ditto aliretl.at-IA lioxes, 14e per ^^; iieai'lies,^(jtke. Hi4-; n|^riitits. a*-; eva|m^rated ditto,^sat-; lilaeklierrli's, i.v: niMplierrii's, Me.^California fruit*, ^r^.^mrioii..-4i |mt rase,^a- s^ Mtaiidaril tomatoes. $3.'J!^.^2-t^ Htandnrd corn, *.!.^^^.^9-t^ Standard pe...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1890. MR.PLUMB S BIG BLUFF ftTicketed tkt Senator From Florida^aid Foaad a Hornet's Rest How MtUlaas mi Asmof Pnblle l.sod^OckkM I^ My Vmr-^I'wlrr Ihr K^m| Art. NOtAND STOCKS. Ops mmtha Wahhihiit)!i, Jan. 14.--Among tin- bilU^r^pnrt^d from ^*omiiiilt^*^^ and pl^i*^*^l on^the calendar in tin* MNk totlay wcrv^tbo following: To (toclare unlawful trusts^and conthiuatiolis in restraint of truth*^and production iShvrnwn'ii hilh ; autlior-^iaitiaT the iMircluiM- of a sit** for a huihliiiK^for tlM^ supreme court. Mr. t;^*or^z^* of^^fered a revolution wbicli wiw n'furrwl, in^slnu-titiR the committee on II nance to in^^quire into the propriety of rcdiiciiiir penal^IkmhIs required of manufacturers of li^p^iioth in all MM, or at least where manu^^facture is curried on by ni.mu.il labor^the manufacturer. Theresolution heretofore olfered by^Mr. fall in relation to claim* in Florida^under the swamps laud grant and in rela^^tion to alleged unlawf...

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. — 16 January 1890

JK ^Standard V Special Service^Leads Montana's Journals. TKc^Standard** Prints Mors NcWs^than any Paper in the State. VOL.I.^NO. MS. ANACONDA,MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1800. PRICEFIVE CENTS. EXCURSION TENDEREDBY M.J. CONNELL TOALL DESIRING TO ATTEND THE GREAT Quarterof a MILLION DOLLAR Fire Sale EDJHE UPPER TEN MinisterAttacks the Drama,^ovelists and Society. I)rpu^ta| thr ^^rmriui-llon of ^('aliilllr'^Mm I'm fur Tnuky l.lirralurr I'uh-^llr Mm of l to- I^^^^^^!^^ !^^^^ !^^.- iKiuiirril as It..U.s. THEBONNER STOCK, BYSPECIAL TRAINS OF FIRST-CLASS COACHES OVER THE tNorthernPacific^ Montana Union R.^THURSDAY, JHN. 16.1590. R. SEETIME TABLE. POSITIVELYNO POSTPONEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF WEATHER. I7VT TRAINLEAVES Ms mica, Jan. l.V - St a-lot y in this^city mitl at Ottawa will Is- turned inside^out by n sew sat i.^nal i h delivered l^-^fore the Wlutc t'roaa s^m ic|^ by the Hcv.^I^r. DtMHA^. proaident of tin- Wcslt-van^Met iKadM tail lege. It Villi Pit* iii. St kwi'i'i)-^ing ilt'iiu...

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. — 16 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY I* itpo. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY morning IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT monday. bycarrier or mail at trn dollar* a^year, tin** dollai^ a qiisrtf r or one^dollar a month TUB STRN DWRD enly rially ii^-w*i^u|^ r with tehirraph dls-^atchr* in IKt-r I^^lirr rouuty. It prlnta^ptchirrsphlr iirwn than any other^pw*|^^|m^r In Montana. rncfami ImKimm letter* should be a1^lrt*K^rd to THESTANDARD,^^f Main ami Thir.l streeta. Anaconda, THUMPAT,ja\rARY 16. ueo. helenahad them. Helena'lias had it not the grippe,^but the ^ smooth-tongued agent of a^Minnesota building and loan associa^^tion.^ The Helena Jmimaf suys that^a numlier of Helenites were induced^to invest and it adds that the investors^were ^ not long in rejrrettin(r the step^taken, as the association became en-^Telo|^ed in a series of complications not^at all complimentary to its manage^^ment. Thisis th^ old story. The concern^to which the Journal refers is said to^travel under the name of ...

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. — 16 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16. 189* ANIWMOV'I KNOWLEDOl. tham la-auif Iaqeirer. YoufeUen t'ink dat SuUiran la a coocoo^rtdderaita. don't yer^^ remarked ttx^^tern ad newsboy to bia confrere in ain'tbe^^ questioned Preeklea.^Didn't be do Kilrain up proper^ Yer^it t'ink dat coon, Jackaon, can do him, r* Thelearned newsboy save bia arm an^ratorieal sweep. 1ain't aeoine^ inter da merits or da^^merits o' rival claimants fer pue'listio^onors wot now is between John L. an'^ake,^ be said. ^But before yer ol' man's^1* man fought o' bein' burn, Prerklea,^Ion* before cist, too, dere was a^ilokr-y wot'd knock Sully out in leaa'n a^nund. Wat're givin' us,^ put in the fat hoy.^Oooseon a stofkin' ^ Naw,I a'nt a aivin* yer no goose^. _a-e nn a stoekin', Pete Hr^-^li. I a Kir^^s' yer de straivht gnotla, an' if yer don't^rant 'em yer dou't have ter take 'em,^net Yerneedn't get round-shouldered er-^out it. I woe only kiddin' yer.^^^ I don't like no such kiddin', an'^-^^^Come off de...

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. — 16 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 189a TRAVELERS'GUIDE. traim4akk1vk. 1oa a. M. From Hutte U-aves Butte at *:^^^^^a \li S^ \-r- .1 '^' A. M.Stuart H:4T. a. M. ii^a'^^a. m. Kinmii Hunt' and ttartlawp LmvmiButlc:tt in W A. M.. Silver l*.w I MM^A M Stuart II ^:^^-^. A. M. fomi.-vta at Stuart^with train which I- au siiiirrlmiu ^t hi-.JOA. M., ^iSr^'^^^- Butte^P M Silver Bow J: V^ P. M.. Stuart S-.M 1'. M. 'up N. Kroni Butte and liarriaoii Leaves^lliitt.-' at 7 HI I' ^!-. SiU.T Bow 7:*T. I*. M.,^Stu.rt - l ' I^. M. tonncta at Stuart with^trai'iilhatlf.iv^- liarrisou at ^ :JO P. M., llcer^IxhIku ^^^^ ^* tkaini*nr.rAKT. ^so a. m.-For Harrison Stuart *:M A. M..^ilecr Utdtfe ^:.^ A. M.. Ciarrisou at l^^:im SO^A M. Kor Butte Stuart at ^:3fl A.M.,^Silver Bow !^:.-^^! A. M., arriviim at Butte, IO:lti^A M SiAa'p.M. For Harrison Arriv.-a at Stuai^^^ .^-. | v..,., i ,^i.-t. 4 Harrison 4 ::^^. flk P. M. K.n ItuttV Stuart at .!::^! P. V .^Silver Itow 0^3 P.M., arrivinu in Huttf, 7:...

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. — 16 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 189a FORA CHANGE OF VENUE John E.Lloyd Files t Petition In till^District Conrt Yesterday. ^Vole of Urnnl PrrtlwU Quest louett^by Ihc Attorney tmr the Kepul.ll-^rau ^ awtldats^ Other UmMU^for His Cwla. SpecialCorrespondence of the Standard. Blttk,Jan. 15.^In district court at 10^o'clock ihis morning Thompson Campla-ll^filed a petition anil ImuuI iu the contest^cave of Eugene I). Sullivan vs. John K.^Lloyd. The motion was for a change^of venue in tlH^ raiw to the diatrirt court^of tbe United Stales, ninth circuit. Tlic^bond was for $2,5Uu. Tlic answer to the^complaint of Sullivan shows that the TALKOF THB TOWN. Stray nitsof Oinl,^Itutte ( ^rr Ciattarred^^^^^4^^t. S|M-t-ialOsffSgpimil ei m ^^^ of the Standard. Bl'TTK,Jan. 15.--The city waa without^water front yesterday afternoon until thia^evening. The bursting of a ^Y^ near the^pump houxe shut off the aupply and left^the people in u had way for water. The^court houxe to-day bat. in c...

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. — 16 January 1890

THKANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY tt, iWfM. ANADIRONDACK YARN. iIk* hoys gatltered in the postofBce^niadit Tor their usual weekly^^ of opinins Mid lOMip, says ^^(N. Y.l letter to the New York^cooverution turned on duck*^I durk-abooting. It seems not a little^i that the lakes and streams of the^Adirondack*, or at least the west side of^the Adirondack, should bo well-nigti bar-^ran off ducks. There is plenty of them on^the t'hara plain side. As they began to^talk Cnele Jimmy Keys raroe in. bringing^a fine tame mallard with nun. He listened^to what was said about the dueks atten^^tively, but failed to nod approvingly, as^ha usually does under such circumstances.^The boys were of the opinion that ducks^were scarce ticcmiMc there is nothing in^the country for them to eat, and that a^transplanting of wild celery to the hike*^heroaltoiit would t-lutiige the condition of^affairs. ThenUncle Jimmy showed his tame^mallard, and (.us ^^^|it sititl lis citlcuhttod^be'd swap a pound ...

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. — 16 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 16, 1890. THBLOCAL. MARKI Ivarjnay. ftaaarOnuiuUtod, per loo, r^^n,wu,|^,i^; pulverUed H A A. XrwV SiSl^lO;'maple per a: Ujrht^i'urk, fix- -Markrtatrooc: rrwn Rio. laSlli :^Soata Klea, laaftae: Java MandahlinK.^Mocha sn^tt*ne: roasted Rio anal Coat* Ki.a, '*^^^.^aoe; roaatwl Oarbaio, xtr; roasted Mocha ami^Java,; Arbuekle's. ane. TeaaJapan, ^**^*-^ Kuzlisli Barak hurt, ^r^^91.00; Giiajjowdrr, tfrtitai.W: extra Young lly- ^ekles'l^!aatrrn 3 Kal., HM. 5 gal., S3.50; 10^gal., am.oo. Tutatora^1-TS per ewt^fa bar Prr ewt, sa.oo.^Kinra^l*er eaae, aa.on.^Hutuw-lVr *WH0.-.^Caeeee Per ^, ^i^V.^r. Fruitsl^rled Maka per ^-t^ packages. 7V^^^St .00; ditto alleeu,5ik-^^ boxes, 14e |ier ^^; |^whr^,^felt Like. 10c: a|^rteota, 2W; evaporated ditto.^Me; blackberries, Irtc; raspberries. Me. * Californiafruit a, V*.mc^4^\.-*^ per ease. 3-B Mtandard UMiiatoes, Sy.uS. a-t)Htan^lar^l eoru, axon. a- Htandard peak, 4M.3ii; seconds, 93.75. l-t strinu and Lima t...

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. — 16 January 1890

t THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, xSpa. NORTHWESTNEWS. Ttffe.tT (nirtl UUmt li Dm Four Hew^Elwwbara. According;to the report of Kiiperinteml-^cut RrniMHly for the month of Dwniher^the Seattle schools hail H,B43 |Mi|^iU. Thepeople of the Okaiiotran country^look for a lunrc Influx of iiiiniiffratioii in^the apriiHr. The mines aboundinc in this^ration are the main element* of attra tunnelfrom Carpenter creek and will tap^the lead at a good depth, running the tun^^nel in 86 feet, and ahouhl It still prospect^^ncouraainKly, ^ large force will he put^to work In sinking, running levels and^ng ore.^ Great Fall* Tribune. J.A. Ross, editor of the HV^lm Hr-^porter, the organ of the negroe*. will, in a^few weeks, bring to Tacomn three or four^carloads of memliers of his race for per-^nianent settlement. TheSnake river country, WaMhlngton,^is destined to become u great fruit growing^section in the near future. Tin- tpiulity^of the fruit is well known. Tree* there^have borne t...

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 January 1890

Standard's^Special S ^Wicc^Leads Montana's Journals. The-Standard^ Prints JAor* NcWs^than any Paper in the State. VOL.I.^NO. na. ANACONDA,MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17. 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS. DR.D. J. WCDONHLD HDKOKONDENTIST,^ornci ovm jo^ mtkhi co.. - Anaconda, Montana. T.D. FITZGERALD, i BtAOISTKA'lK, JUSTICE OF THE^PEACE. SOTAUY PCHUC, COS-^VKYANCKK. *c. Rtreet, -Anacouda. Mont. F. BROWN* % Attorneyat Law.^tin Barrett a Jacky's Block, Main Street.^Anaconda, Montana. O'LEARY,Attorney aid Counselor at Law. in all of the Htate and United mates^Collections promptly made. Siss-ia! at-^ntion given to Mlninit Properties and Mining^tw. HeAl Estate, Uouns and I iisuranee. Prop-^Kented and Rents Collet-ted. OIHce rooms^1 4 Mattle Block, corner of Klrst and Uak^s. Anaconda. Mont. F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. rice.First Street Between M:iln and Oak,^Anaconda, Montana. KETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN SNl'SOf r_ Artificial bya new process. All classes of Dental Work^executed I FIGHT...

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 January 1890

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17. 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN THE^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. ISlivered by carrier or mail :^t ten dollars a^^eai. thrm' iliMlai^ ^ i|iiiirtt^r or one^^loll.ti .1 month TUB STR IS D W R D IsOm only dally newspaper with MaMfe itia-^atclii'o in Beer Uslge iisinty. It print*^^^WMTtf li li jcinphir new* than any other^Bcwiipa|nT in Montana. 4*Trespoii^viii-e ami luiiineu letters hImmiIiI Ik* ailitrcsMslto THESTANDARD. tJnrnerof Main ami Thinl streets, Anacoada,^Molilalia. FRIDAY,JAN TAR Y 17. l^^t). Theliutte tutu- A/nniitniit ^-linys to^t'arter, which U very complimentary to^the congressman, yet our eotitetn|^orary^does not see the walls of a federal I mi Id^inir rising in llutte us a result of far^^ter's good offices. Carter hails from^Helena, so does Sander*, ho does I'ower.^Were the fruits of conspiracy to ri-^cii.^three republican residents of one east-^side city would represent Montana in^the national congress. No...

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 January 1890

TMBCASH. #a Cnwd veof us in on* day at Sjmcuw, W. Y..^manner ao aiiek that be walked off^i our raeb befrare we bad a suspicion.^I wae a rainy, dismal afternoon, and a^men^acenta, drummers, ^ I rover*^bera^were sitting about the office,^one read a newapaper clipping^r^ a bigamist who bad seven wires,^pretty aoon each one bad an opinion^advance. Finally a welt-dressed, good- ilngman rentured tbe olsu r ration:^'I myaelf could have married a dozen^omen on an hour's notice. It's all in^rat impression created.^^Some agreed and some differed, and the^isenssioii began to assume a more vigor-^is tone. By and by the same man uiraiu^prved: Youmay think me conceited, oentle-^len, but I'm only telling you what I know^can do. I've always hu^l extraordinary^uek with vnnmn, I'll venture to say that^can (o down to the depot, pick out the^zSt looking woman in the waiting room,^nd if she is not already married,that I can^ke her tot lie ixarsons inside of an hour.^^There waa a grand laugh at this, hut...

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 January 1890

4 theanaconda standard: friday morning, january 17, iSpo. JRNUXRY. 7.40A. M^7.4U A. M. .M. 4.^ r. m. 4.uol^. M.^Wed TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TRAIN*Mtlttvr.^^ ^^^% % M. From ltntt^- U-aves Bntle at n*M i .'ao A M. rr.Mii llutte *^^^^ (Samson -^l.^vesliutteat to v, A. M.. Silver Bow Mim^a M S t . ^i l l IIConnects at Htiinrt withiVaiu ^ln. ^I :.x. ^(:.irrisoii at |^:JUA. M.. sJieTr^fe,WKn.m^ Butt. ^^^*..-'iT i-\|.V ^^.^ - I- M . Sliiarl 1 !^^ I'- M. M,V%i'^* M I'r Butte ami ilarriwMi l-;'a\es Butte'at 7 ^^ I^ M.. Silwr Bow 7:4^i I. M . it^art ^.-' P. M. . Is at smart wl I. trainDial leaves (Sarrtsou at t.:Jo I. M., I^^ r^S^^a 1; 47 r. M. THAINMHNM ....0* m. I'or tiarrisoti Smart * 44 A. M.,^lieerl.odie :^M A. M.. (iarrisou at M 4-'VoM% m.ForButt.' smart at ;^:^.-. A.M.. Silverli^w^M.arriving at Butte, v\l ^V% V MForHarrison Arrtv.-ti at Stuai a-lSl,!^ M. For llutte Stuart at ^;::^^ IV M..^silver'Bow ti:.\i I'. M.. arrlvitiK in Unite, . :^^^P. M. Arrivaland Departure of Mall*. m\ii.hnri-AHT ka...

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 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 17. 1890. JUSTICEWILL BE DONE Beginningthe Infestation of^Court Affairs in Butte. Police Th*Whole Natter Will to Prolyl to Ito^Holtom ami trie fault Will He^^tewMllMt-toaw fart I f-^ular Bythe Standard'* S|^ ial Wire. Hittk,Jun. 1^5.^The inveatiirution into^the condition of affairs ut Judge New-^kirk's eimrt will In* conducted in a tlior-^onfrh manner. A1iUtiii.hi Co wan has^been busily cuiraKcd to-ilay in oolli*ctiii|f^evidence on tlio cane. He says ttiat lie^has learned tint in the Harrier.- case al^witnesses reported to the court ^lay after^day for seven or eight days, at $1..V) each^|mt day. and that tliia was often because^the judge, had absented liiniHelf for a^whole clay at Hit.' court. The alderman has^heen looking into tile iiiiiiiIk r of cat^^which have la*en delayed in their trial ut^the court. It in stated that yesterday^eight witnesses reported ut the court,^havitltt been subpoenaed for a trial, hut^the Judge waa not present...

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 January 1890

!might yaw be looking whohad boon ailtlr^rrt^^^looking younfl fellow. wearing m^^t and bearing in bia band a^traveling^ hag - turned aa the words were^spoken and aaw behind* him a heavily^built. ehlerly man of the fanner -^^rt. who^carried in bia band a long whip ami won-^a broad-brimnMHl felt well pulhil over hia^eyebrows. AmI looking for -omelxxb- !^^^ n-^peatetl. ^Yea, air. I'm looking for Mark^Mellish. He waa to meet me here ami^take me down to hia plaee. I've been^walking that atation platform ft^r a fidl^hour and, aa the aun i* going down and I^have no idea where I am, I ^* Herehe painted, evidently thinking it^heat not to utter the remainder of hia aen-^tenee. MelliHhbad k^mnI reaaoiiM for wanting^to meet roe,^ he added. ^I'm beginning^to think that lie never got my telegram.^Have you a hotel or tavern hereabout V Nothingbut the tiourdiiig-hoiiMe at the^millet-,^ aaid the farmer, ^but when you've^got there you are at MelliHh'a. Hut if^you're Nelaon Noble, then ^** lam,^iitfer...

Publication Title: Anaconda Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 17 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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 17 January 1890

t THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 17. sSpa OmAND STOCKS. NORTHWESTNEWS. Cpsmm* Dnm la Hirkrl TaiM* the^New Yartt Bsaas^^^^Mew York. Jam. W.^Stock* su-day^were leas active than for the past few^days owing in part to tlie atopoacc of^the tickers of the Commercial Telefrraph^company, which seriously interfen^^l with^the haasim-aa of many broker*, anil partly^to the apathy of traders who are affain the^prineipal maker* of quotations. Tlie^feeling at the evening session waa dullish,^but pressure ii|m^ii I'nion Pacific extcnih-d^to other stocks, and traders turned orer^to the boar aiile for a turn ami a general^decline waa the eoitseiptcncc. In tin- tin-^liated departments, Npf MaWlM ^'^^^run up about 2 |^-r cent, on covering of^short*. Wisconsin Central waa again^materially lower on continued Ikjuklation^and Jiwy Control, late ill the day,^ilro|^|^^ I suddenly fr^^iii l'-':t to liV1'.,. but^rrr^m'nil it |h^rtioii of the loss. ('041!^stocks were remarkably strong uguin and^R...

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