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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anaconda standard. — 21 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY a*. 189a ALLSAME NEW YEAR HupGood Time Enjoyed by the China^^men of Bntte. TailMoua^ sb* rlrm Crwkm Hrlp to^Hake tmm Dajr a Msrry Ow-Kmni^Tempting l.uiirhr^ Nurvnl to^New Year-* la Un. to-day. Bythe 8UkmUrd'^ Mprclal Wire. Bum:,Jan. 'JO.^The new year didn't^reach Chinatown until 12 oVhs-k last^night. It was ushered in with consider^^able noise and eclat. Tin- CMMM regard^it oh a great point of advantage ^'^ their^system that they huv^^ u lease of lit days^longer in which to celebrate before tlieir^annual swearing olT. TheJam house, in Wi st Gulena street,^whore tile celebration wan at its height^last night, is distinguished from MM^Chinese houses in the row by having (wo^storieM and a haloony. Lust night^two immense Chinese lanterns^were suspended in the bal-^cony, besid*^s several candles, giving^the place an illumination that was almoat^brilliant. Kvery Chinese residence in^Went Galena street likewise liad its illum^^ination, consisti...

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. — 21 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY Si, iSgo. THOUGHTS ON THE LATE WAR^tar aalns you, agtu it hside was winner,^at'* la it. Iwas for union yo^'^^fears Ilk* to m i^UaW ^ aow sad _. Lc'^(^Ui diniM-r. Le'skiSMlAM do lo'tMiHdown together , . ._i annif pardnrrsliip furgittln Talk.amy. for Instance, 'ImhK the weatlii-r. Krsotnrpin- ^ttur. Thewar, you know, '^ all done and enclc-cl. And^n I changed n.^ pints n' the reiaipass:^Both north and south the lu-altirs Je^ ^|^l^ mini^As for a- the rum | hi a. Theold farm* and tin- okl plamation-^mill ^Mi'i|ui-t^ tlie'r old poMlions,^l-a's (it bae-k lo uid Ml nation- Anilold ambit ion-. Ir^a let up an this Minna-, infernal TisaguevlaHllin'anillap-Jacket vanillin .^And get hae-k lionn- tat Ilia- il-riiul tainwe're a-watilln . IYmt kin.I a* sort o' Milt* m^ iH Whnwomen dam my rcsikhr fair ma-.^Ther* wasn't am-rly nnu-li l^li- et IHirin*tin- army.^Jhih^^ n'Hitnunl) HiUu ^'^ ^^^ n/nra,. THEPOLE'S ANGELUS. -Yam ask why it in that tin- mauul of...

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. — 21 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD*. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21, 1890. THELOCAL MARKET. atW ArmBss-lssJ mm* Cmr~ toe.t^id l^^7 Day. nwir^per ion. ^C^ lf.fr^. li^ht ttrowaYavau;pulverized II ft A, Ncw\ork,^^0,loaf A13.IO: maple per pound Sac. }v^. Market uniux: mm Kin. l^OMe;^KV-a, leOXfc-: Java Manriahlinit. ^^*^;^_j sTOMr: roasted Rio aatl C^U Kh-a, jaft ., roasted Carbaio, Sir; roasted Moth* aod Java,saannr; Arbockle's, anr. TeasJapan, 3.v^r.n^-; Knaiish Break fan*. ^nc^^^ai.oo; ^^iin|^^w^l^-r, i.-^*if*1.00: extra Youuk lly-^^ EaUrn-3 gal., r.'.so; 5 gal., KJ-DO; 10 on,TsrAl.in. Potaltw*#1.75 per ewt.^Caabaip tw ewt, ^3.on.^loP-Wr case, ^^.^^.^gtW IVr ^. 3jWWOr^. FruitsDried ajyCt*. per S-fk packages. 1.00ditto sUeed.M-* (Mixes, 14c per t^; peaches,^oajt Lake, tar: apricots,evaporated ditto, 16V;blackberries. Mat raspberries, av Californiafruit*, IMHW per eaae.^3-t^ Htandard tomatoeii, aa.25.^^^^^ Htandard corn, feMn.^3-a^ Htandard pea*, ^3.-K1. seconds,^a-ta Mtrtnn and Luna bewnm, 93.75.^Drie...

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. — 21 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY ai, 189a NORTHWESTNEWS. Topicswt General Interest li the Four Hew^and Elsewhere. Readersof the Hazelle will reinenibee^the myaaterioun disappears!!, a- of it young^irirl hjr the name of Kdna Wilson from la*r^bomr last summer in the BUr Horn MMT*^try Just *rriMK tlie Montana line, ll if l^-^lieved that the irirl van niurdera-d. The^remains of a female have been found ami^the following aeeount frtHii the Bonunsa^nrwipniMT Motuc lifrltt i^ thrown upon Imt^mysterious t^attMMMVI Mr. MW^who baa a rana-h on the Big Htirn helow^Kirhy c-n-^-k. while |^uM^iiig through a eart-^umiwimmI gnivi' mm Ma piai-^*, was ha^rriih-d atheholdiug tlx- Met-ehing Isam-aa of n^human tteiiig protruding from tlx- earth.^Upon elnse examination tin- ImmI^- proved^to la* that of a woman. From the -ur-^roundins-n it was evident that tin- Issly^had Is-en hastily tltrii^t into a kaMn gra vi^^and that wild animal* hail ilug away the^earth anil i arri^-al a^IT a |M^rtioii ...

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. — 22 January 1890

Stojxdsrds^Special Service^beads Montana's Journals. Th.i -Standard'* Prints Mors NsWs^tKar\ nvj Paper in the State.^*^*~ VOL.I.^NO. 1x6. ANACONDA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. JIUSINHSSJ3ARDS. DR.D. J. HCDONHLD HUKUEUNDENTIST.^OFFICE IN tTAMH HLOCK, OralStrwt, Anaconda, Montaut. T.D. FITZGERALD, )UCI MAtHHTRAl K, JUSTICK OK^1'KACK. NOTAKY PUMUC, (ON-^VKVANCKK, ^.^ . THE Mr-Mi, Aiut.on.U,Mont. r.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ctueslu of the state aud United States^CoUccltoua pmmjitly made. Special at-^Kiven to Mining Properties and MiniiiK^jfeas Katate. l-ouns ami Insurant. Prop-^rrty Rented and Kent* Collected. Office riNiiiiH^1 and 4 Mattte Mock, corner of First and^1 Anaconda. Mont. Oak F.P. CHR1SMAN, D. D. S. FirstMtreet Between Main and^Anaconda, Montana. Oak, TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN bya new process. All classes of I^ental Work^executed in first clas* manner. Artificial^Teeth Without Plate*. THEDAY JNCONGRESS ATilt in the House Oier...

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. — 22 January 1890

a THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY aa, 1890. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE IWIrrmlby carrier or mail at ten dollar* a^year, three MM ^ a quarter or one^dollar a month THESTRNDKRD UUwonly dally ii^^|i^|^'r with tclcirra|^h itls-^atchc* in liecr lysine county. It prima^snore t. leirraphlr new* than any other^newspaper In Montana, Correspondenceand huainesa letter* should be^addressed to THESTANDARD. ofMain and Third streets. Anaconda,^Montana. WEDNESDAY.JANUARY 22, 1KW. OUTOF COAL AGAIN. Acheerful little item tloatiujr amonjr^the newsp.tiKTS of the state says* tliat^there art' ^upwards of two hundred^cars of ItiM-k Spring coal now in the^yard at Anaconda which, with the^Sand Coulee coal in stock, would per^^mit the Anaconda works to tide over^any blockade that is apt to occur. Itis time to call this wandering^wairtet in. There was a time, not long^ago, when two hundred cars loaded^with coal stood in the Anaconda yard.^These, wi...

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. — 22 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, 18QQ. 3 NORTHWESTNEWS. tola Mitel T*eOlympia K*vi^w says the,* WUIlaro-^jb Abrou^bt in from their f*rop wmthe Satoop and put into the bay ^^^slton last week IS lose that scaled a to^^ol MOgOOO feet of lumber, or an n^fu^^7,100 feet to the lo*. FiveUnion county. Ore., farmer* hare^irtcnered 490 hoc* tbia winter that aver-^ie^d 317 pounds. At four centa the pork^^rill be worth $6,70B. If there was more of^this practiced in Oregon, in a few yean*^tbore would not be an incumbrance upon^s single farm in thin state. Thenatives around Puget sound will^have a merry time one of these days. A^little steamer encountered a severe storm^the other day, but by throwing her cargo^of whisky overboard she reached a place^of safety. When the whisky readies^ihore uuothei storm will be raised^Ore- offiMortl burnt li tho tm ftt w Pintnational Bank OFHELENA. PioneerNational Bank of Montana. ORGANIZEDIN 1866. DesignatedDepository of U. S. PaidOp Capital,...

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. — 22 January 1890

4 THEANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY m l^pa THERECORD JIF A DAY LittleBusiness of Interest Transacted^tt Helena Yesterday. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. THA1MIahkivk. ^^^% A. M. Knim Hull.^ leaves Butte al H:^a^^A M Silv.-r How S:IS A. M..S^iimH h A. M. u,Ao A. M.- Krom Bull* hihI Harrison^^liave* Bull.-at lO .V. A. M.. Silver IV^w i|:^k^AM Stuart II A. M. I'lmnwUrt Slimrl^willi train which !^ av^-^ Harrison al IO:S0 A. M.,^lleer l.mlgc 111:44 A. M. _ a40 I- M. I ioiii Unite Uavii Bull*- 2:4^^H M . Silver Bow j v. IV M . smart SlM P. M. nn i' x. Kna^i Italic and liarri*tMi -la-avcs^Hull.-' at T:^^ I'. M.. Silver How 7:*i I*. M..^smart h I ' V. M. Connects at Stuart with^train thai leaves Oanrtsssa al Sds^ T. M., larer^Lotlgu S*4f I^. M. TRAIN*DKPAKT. fti40A. M. Kor Harrison- Stuart ^ M A. M.,^Deer Lsli-'.- ^::U A. M.. Harrison at UMm^A M 1'-^'o *1. M. Kor Bultc sluart atA. M., SilverHow ;^:.-*^ A. M , arriving at Butte, lo in^% M S:AAI*. M. -For Harrison -Arrive* at Htoai^3:IS. Dee...

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. — 22 January 1890

THBANACONDA STANDARD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 189a THEHOUSES OF ILL-FAME Hoi tBotte Offlcltl Proposes to Settle^the License Question. OMMflcmM^ ^^^^ Prep aia ^ Ortllaa latht^ Hand, of tht. ^'..nn^ ll Com^niltn ^ Haw lis fm,l,I.m^Mi(ht Haw Hmm Abawi. Mow Bythe Htan^lar.r^ Hrs-i-lal Wire. Buttk,Jan. 21. -About two months ago^an ordinance was prepared by the city at^^torney and preeented to tin- eity council^which provided for the arrest each month^and lining of every house of ill-fume,^every inmate of u house of ill-fame ami^every one found enteritis or leaving such^a place. The ordinance was referred to^the Judiciary committee of the council for^Ha approval. At last week's meetiiiK ^^'^the council, the chairman of the commit^^tee reported that tho committee hud not^yet been ahle to mwt. Inhis sermon on Sunday evening. Rev.^Mr. Groenveld said, referring to this or^^dinance, that ^an attorney, who kuowa^the dark ways of municipal law making,^told roe that it was sleeping the sle...

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. — 22 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY JUSTA SONG. ._ pennilrw young eora-^I a g^I room at the Bu- happy there, however,!or he00*1 td now and thru catch a elimpae of Mil*.La Ctannin* heraelf on the flint floorbalcony. He fell, of courae. tlesper-^atehr In low with her, and, a* ^be wait a^mincer, he composed for her a boh* winch^be called ^Lore's Dying Dream. Whenit waa complctctl be ran down^stairs with it. reaolvt-*! to knock and bund^it to a ^errant, hut ft tilling the tloor o|^en,^. he alipped in. There w^a ha* |m^rtrait on^^he boudoir tabic, and he would have^kiaaed it if a acreain uiid u growl had not^startled him. He turned. The acreuni cumc from^Mile. La (* .the growl from a gentle^^man who accomjK^nicd.hor, and on tlx- in^^stant two hantls ruiui'down on K^-riii^ii^h-*s^shoulders and the miniature wax wn ^lfd^from him. HowrarelcMH of Ani;iista.^ cri^l the^latty, ^to leuvc tin- wMV ^^,m-ii for thieve*^to enter l^y. Thegentleman called lii^tily f^^r help. KernumlcHait...

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. — 22 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY aa, 1S90. THELOCAL MARKET.^B^iUHm Ar BmyDay. brow*.BSJW; pulverlaad H * A. NewYork, flS.-^iTZj SlSJIO. maple wr pound JOe. Coak Kk-a, l*4*23r: Java MatMtahlinir, **^ ^^Mocha SStv; roa^ted Kk. sn.1 OsuaKiea.-J^r.^55cCarbsio. 33r; roasted Mocha and ^^a^^iSK'fcS^Break fa*. ^o.v*^1.00: (tun|^^wtler. 4fie^^^l.uu: extra Young H^- 1*ekleaKasteri -Kaateru^3 sal.. ^3^0; 5 iral., M.ao, 10 ^^gj^^_aj.75percwt - i^ w.. ^ ^ . J _. - CabbaKeIVr rwt, S3.0O.^Bags ^l*er case,_ ^*^*'^-^Huiter u,^. rvr ^, 3n^^-. sj-teLurMapples, i*r S-B rswkages, T!tr4^^^l^n. ditto slb*^d, wi-B boxes, He per ^^: peaches.^Halt tike.apricot*. Wr; evaporated ditto, Be^ btaekherrle^. Me: raspberries. Mo.^California fruits, *.vo^t*4i..v^ |ier case.^s-B IMandard tomatoes, S3.J5.^a-t^ Htandard eoru, ^3.oa^S-B Mtaitdartl peas, S3. Ml; seconds, $2..^^.^S-B Htrtntc and Lima lieans, s.'.T.'..^Drted Beans-Navy, S6.U0 per 100 fr; Lima,^^7.00; Hayes, ati.'i^..^^KTwr i, per ton B rJ on...

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. — 22 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY aa. BONOSANDJTOCK8. Wmmm ^^^**^^ t^i^m ^^ ^* nw Tar* SMkngh^Naw York. Jan. 21.^The upward^movement in storks inaugurated yt-^tfi-^dar made further prnfrrai t.wlay. while^the market Haelf perreptihlr hroailt'iit^d ntt-nt persiatent prraaure hy upon the liat waa t-oiiapiciioua t^y ita^In the aftertuaui aiurar ronni^r-^ies. for no apparent rraann, waa hit] up^rapidly, touchinc AAH ati.l flnsiuff at M^.^The market eloae^l dull but Arm, iri-nfi-^ally at or near the Im'hI nirurea. Tlie^great majority of the liat ia hitfher t^v^niajht, though aflvancfa are conn lied U^^amall fraetioiia. Governments^-^^re dull and u. ak for^the foura. PetroleumTin- markft oia-iit^tl II mi.^at 1UK, luit after a aliirlit gain in early^tritdinir l^i-.^m^- weak, and tln-lint-il to^liWJ-i. Tin- market then rallied and^ekiaed firm at 107%. StockEicluuiKe-Openiiui. !(^*: lnirli-^eat U**'^; lowest WK'i; cliating 1U7V^- CoiiaolitlutflKxt-lmiurt- ^l|a-uiiif|-,liCV^;^hi...

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. — 23 January 1890

jr\e^Standard's^ Special Service^T Leads Montana's Journals. TKi ^Standard^ Prints More NeWs^than ny Paper ir\ th.2 State. VOL.I.^NO. H7- ANACONDA,MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1890. PRICEFIVE CENTS. BUSINESSCARDS.^DR. D. J. KcDONKLD KUIMiKONDKNTInT.^orriri m btahh ih.^x k.^Near Main, on .-'irst Htreet, Anaoouda, Montana. T.D. FITZGERALD, 1| MAtllMTKAl K, JPHTICK OK T1IK^I'KACK, NOTAKV l^l U1.IC, CON-^VKVAM'KK, Ike. FirstHtreet,--Anaconda, Mont. f.O'LEARY, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PracticesIn all of tin-Slate an^l United (states^courts. Collect ions promptly made. Sia-cial al-^t.-lit 1011 giveu to Mining Properties ami Minnie^law. Kcal Kslate, l.i^aii* and Insurance. I'rnp-^erty Itemed ami KrDIt Colh^wl. Oitlee nanus^3 ami 4 Mttttle Itlia-k, corner of First ami Oak^^tr.fis. Aiuiinula, Mout. F.P. CHRISMAN. D. D. S. FirstStreet Between Slain ami Oak.^Anaconda, Montana. TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN bya new process. All classes of Dental Work^execute.! in tint class manner...

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. — 23 January 1890

s THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY S3, iSpo. THEANACONDA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING IN^WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY. THE ndlnmlby r^rn*r or mall at M dollars a^jmr. three dollai^ a quarter or one^dollar a month THESTRNDHRD Utkt only dally newspaper with n-lepra|vh dls-^alches in Itcer l.^^li;^- i-ouuty. It prints^^ tclem-splilc ncwsthan any other^newspaper in Montana. , Correspondiii.-cami Imuimi letters should be^addressed to Cornerof THESTANDARD. Mainami Third street,^Montana. Anacoii.lH, THl'HSDAY.JAXl'ARY at. 1bh0. THELEAD HEARING.^Trotihle involving the tariff on Mexi^can It-ad Itcgitn with the interpretation^of the law of 1SK1 A a every reader of^the NTAMi.tini is aware, aeeretariea of^the treasury, in construing the law,^have heltl that when ore contains more^in value of silver or gold than of lead it^shall be deemed a gold or a silver ore.^Mexican silver ores more or less rich in^lead come pouring over the border duty^free under this ruling. The Northwest^suffers ...

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. — 23 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAYMORNING. JANUARY gfc iSpo. ININTOLD Th _m hare tbeir^as litUa men. says the Keokuk OaU^and a number off the intellectual^who hove Ueked the moral roorafe^hum to control tbeir appetites (or^drink forma one off tbe most aston-^_ port ion ^ of biowrapnical history.^Mni way back we find Plato taking a^nutinal cocktail, Horace warming bis^jratem frequently by mean a of alcoholic^rtitnulanta, while Ariatopbanea, Euripides,^and Socrates were all ui ven to im-^^iblnc wine freely.^The austere old ('ato was often tbe pan-^near of a Jag that paled tbe beat effort*^^f tbe habitual lusher*. Tasso would vio-^ate tbe orders of bis physicians to a^rra-^rate his mental irritability by potations,^and Goethe used to make it a business to^Irink three bottles of wine daily. When^*oetbe attended tbe theatre he was never^[uilty of annoying the audience Ity going^tut between the acta for a drink, but with^*Mnmeudable connideration hud hia^rlasses of punch served to him at his ...

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. — 23 January 1890

4 THBANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY ^3. sftpa. JXNUJWY. TRAVELERS'GUIDE. TR*1^ VHUIVK. OA A. M. Kr..m Hutte leaves Butte at^AM .Silver H..W ^:!!^ A. M, Stuart h:^ A. M. it-VoA ^^. Prom Butte ami 9M7MH^1 .eaves Butt- ^l 10:M A. M.. Silver B..W II :^W^AM Smart 11 M. A. M. haaBWOlS at Stuart^with train whh-hb-av^tlarrlaua at to:jo A. M., .!.^ i. From Hull.- 1-wtv.t Butt*^^.^:^^^P M Silver Bow -' V. I'. M.. Stuart 3:19 I'. M. .SAP VI Kroin But!.- ami Harrison- l/'Hiw^Butte' at 7 :^^ f. -^!.. Silver Bo^ 7 *! P. M..^Stuart ^ I^ I'- M. Connects al Stuart with^train thai leaven Oarrison at ^^ -^^ 1^. M., llccr tiiain*HK.PABT. a--n *. M. For tSarrlsuo Stuart ^ 44 A. M..^Iiecr;^:33 A. M.. Harrison at MM aM. For But to Stuart at !^::^ A.M., silverBow ^:3^ A. M., arriving at Butte, 1^:III^\ M i.vt'l'. M. For tiarrison^ Arrives at Stuai^3-1.1. l^^-er l-odge 4:'^:. liarrlsnn 4::m. 1.1 l^. M. For Butl^- Stuart at ^'.::^' P. M.,^Silver Bow g:.-^;^ I^. M., arriving in Butte, J :u~^^f. ...

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. — 23 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1890. BOTH MIGHT RESIGN Omli| to Settle the Dttpite Oter the^Sierlfs Office li Silrar Boi. TALKOF THI TOWN. Bythe atMdard'a Hpecial Wire. Butte,Jan. 28.^Mattel* bare come to a^complete standstill in the district court,^owing to the delay in settling the shrieval^^ty dispute. The court met at 10 o'clock^tbi* morning, adjourned until 2 o'clock^this afternoon, and then adjourned again^until to-morrow,only a few minor matters^being diapoaed of. Wliat tile outcome^will be, no one professes to know. Sheriff^Lloyd waa in consultation with his attor^^ney, Thompson Campbell, this morning,^but tbe result of the conference is with^^held. It ia thought that mattera will re^^main aa at preaent until the decision ia^given in Helena in the mandamus^case of Representative Thompson.^Thesupremecourt, it ia expected,will give a decision in this case^in a day or two. The action of Mr. Sulli^^van it is said will de|^end somcwliat on^tbis decision, whic...

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. — 23 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY S3, 1S00. goes higher _they, in winch 1 see^all 1 desire: ,with portals wide,^Ua broad Lawn graceful sweeping^(HVMl row ml on rvrrj lidr^Uo up the trellis creepum. Asilver lake comes to the lawn Aad laps tta verdant edges.^Watte la aad out the graceful swan Glideslightly through the sedge... Thehappy bomr In which I li* ^^. Belovedand rti'h aa Cro-aii*,^With open band to siiend oi ^lvr. Juataa my fancy please*. * AndPhyllis lair my home to unu .-. Andlove ate truly c\ rr^^Mweet l*hylliK with her beauteous fare Thaunuorian equal mrtr. 11. IBy another hand I^They nuulr the gentle port's urntr^By the aide ^if the |^eaccfiil ri\cr.^Where the soft uiKht brec/r I hat comes o'er 11^^^^wave Maknthe moonbeams lh;litl^ ^|itl\er: AndIlie bright green cms* grows light i\ o'er. Awlthe myrtle kihI violet^S|m-I| ^Taken away isgcd twenty-four' Bythe deadly cigarcttec.4' It:'II ^^'^ ^^ ^' MOVEDWHEN A CORPSE Lawreporta of the sixteenth ami seven^teenth ...

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. — 23 January 1890

THEANACONDA STANDARD; THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 23. i*S^o. THELOCAL. MARKET. |WIDay. pulverizedII ft A, New York. 913. Bute per pound Mr. Marketstrung; (rem Mo. laQMe^ra, IHW: Jara MaadahUnit, *^' prrm, ^O^ t^.on; UrM ^TO ihll masted Rio and Coata Rkc-a, SOe;roasted Caroaan. sir; roasted Mocha and^Java, aaaaoi': Arbu.klen, Mr. Ta^-Jap^n, aatMo*; KnfUsh Bre^kf:i^t. *M^1^ta^Ouapowder, 40rSMl.se: extra Young Hy- *plekle^ Kaatera-3 gal-.3 teal.. S3.50, 10 11.75per cut.^OsMan-m cwt, ^3.00.^IVr ease, ^h.oa fBb.Driedapples, per 8- f^ |^a.'kiiK^*^. ~^*^t^^1.00; ditto slleed,ao-*^ Isixes, 14r per ^^; pew-hf*.^SaK lake. ISr; apricots, Mr; evaporated ditto.^Me; blackberries, Wr; raspberries, air. Californiafruits, ^ft.outaa.no per rase. 3-l maudard tomatoes, #3.23. a- tMandard cora, S3.on. a-fcHtaadard peas, ^S.ao; seconds, ^_'.7.r^. a-t HtrlUK and lama beans, #J.^r^. DriedBeans^Navy, ^6.00 per loo ^^; Lima,^^7.00; Bayos, ^6.-ja. Wheat N o 1, per 100 t^, ^2.O0. CornCracked, per 100 ^^, (CM Bra...

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. — 23 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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