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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER SO, 1889.
bUU mad stop your Mcetincaad Usten
now,my no,^This story of apod Joshua is only just beam^^^float like It,^ crossly said the l^oy, kept
I his mill,
'('Minehr's the snail who Ami invented ^^^Ins
I'mall worn out,^ remarked the pants.^^ 1 've been so roughly treated,^ie would i
Iwish sossi' one i^And ask me to lie seated/-
-f'Malrr and Fuml*hrr.
ItetoW,oh, lover, when the days^Are hot, when Hows I lie perspiration;
Whenparting in the solar rays^Men svh for summer's termination.
Wishnot the frtiriil winter nigh
Thattingles earn ami reddens noses,
Forice cream ilocs not come so liigh^As sleigh rides, balls and hot-house raises.
JamsMails.^Mary had a little clam,
HTastenol on Iter toe;^Ami though she raided a clamor too
Itwouldn't let her go.
Itclambered with her up the slope
Vnaiixwcriogto Iter screech^Wherein she lost the mildness of
tiercius* to-Mary speech.
Ittook this ^hase^ advantage 'cause
AnotherMoll, you see.^Had stewed its ma- whereon it vowed
ABEAR SHOOT IN INDIA.
Htory ml mm Kxeltlag Himalayan^Hunt,
Iwas onoc present at u^ great fair at the^capital town. While at its height a bear^was viewed on the neighboring hillside,^hurried up with my rifle and shot him^from above between the shoulders, but^Instead of dropping tie rushed headlong^into the middle of the fair and squatted^in a bush. The people foolishly crowded^round and so prevented my getting a^shot. Presently he rushed forth, and^passing a grain dealer's shop he gave the^owner a slap on the face and passed on.^but that slap took out a semicircle of his^Jaw with seven teeth ottaehed! The^man's nerves were so little affected that^be presently held up the piece of the Jaw^for our inspection when we visited the^hospital, and he was at work again in a^few days.
Thehear was soon dispatched after he^left the poor grain dealer. Though the^deadly wound I gave the hear failed to^stop him, I was more fortunate with^another bear which I got*a shot at going^at full gallup, and I rolled him over with^one shot, so that he never moved again.^He was a big one, but doubled up just^like a rabbit.
Stalkingbears is just a trifle tame, as^they are no easily approached and afford^so large a mark, but driving them is more^exciting. There is all the excitement of^noise and numbers and it is more difficult,^of course, to hit them. In the Himalayas^we had some wonderful aiiots for hear^driving. In one drive ten bears were se^^cured.
Aquaint old planter used to join us in^these battues, lie had a |M-rfect armory of^guns and rifles, but none of t hem modem^or precise. He used to take his black^^smith out with him, who would, on the^spot, adjust the bullets to the required^gauge, and hammer them home with a^high fit! His many ami erratic weapons^caused us more anxiety than the lieurw.^He had a way of claiming as his trophies^all that were shot. He could not tell, I^suppose, what he had not hit!
APrudent Man.^From the Detroit Free Press.
Astranger yesterday entered Warren's^union ticket office, and after gazing^around for a spell he said he wanted a^ticket to go to St. Louis by the Bawash^road.
Neverheard of such a line,^ saitl the^^^!erk.
Butt lie re must lie tine.^^^Say, don't you meun the Wabash^road ^
Yes,that's it. I got the thing mixed.^Yes, it's the Woshbush road.^^^I said WaUish.
Yes,I know. Singular how I got it^turned around. Yes, I want to go by the^Bashwaah road.
Can'tyou say Walmsh^
Theman looked at him in an anxious^way for a long minute and then asked :
t'an'tI gohy some other line^
'Tlien I'd lietter do so. If I should^start for the Wushtinsh dc|iot ami bring^up at the Bushwash dc|^ot. I might not get^out of town at all. I know what t he^name is as well as anyone -it's the Wob-^hlehash road but when I goto pronounce^it it conies out the other way. Give me^something eusy^something I can take^two more drinks on and yet carry^straight.
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Itsrates are ten dollars^a year, three do^lars a quarter, or^$1 a month.
CornerFront and Main Streets.
TheFinest of Imported Wines^Liquors and Cigars
Tobe found in the city ^constantly on hand.
AnElegant Free Lunch
Servedboth Day and Night.
W.C. HHYNES,^LIYERY AND FEED STABLES.
TransientStock Carefully Cared for.
First-ClassTurnouts and Mod^^erate Charges.
FromHarper's Razar.^'^You advertised for a boy.^^^Yes. Do you want a place^^Yes, sir.^^^Do you whistle T^^^No, air.
Doyou carve your name on desks and^benches^^^^No, sir.
Doyou play ball during office hours ^
Oh,no, sir! Never.
I'msorry. You won't do. I wanted a^boy, and individuals who do not behave as^I have indicated are not boys.
estWkst Its Wants*.^Prom Harper's Bazar.
Say,pa, would you mind using the^other end of the ruler for a change^^^asked the bad boy when the spanking^was over.
Certainly,Johnny,^ said his obliging^father. ^It is a poor rule that won't work^both ways,^ and the s|iaiikiiig was re^^peated.
Therewill be an election held In the city of^Aniuiiiula im Thursday, the loth day of October,^A. D. issm, at which there w ill Im- submitted to^the uiuilllled electors of said city, the question as^to whether the sum of *^V,nnn of the bonds of the^city of Anaconda shall Is* issued ii|m^ii the credit^of said city, to run for the term of ten years, and^to draw 7 per cent. |m*r annum on interest, for^the purpose of const met inn sewers in said city.^The votiiiK places in the several wards will lie^the same as designated by the county commis^^sioners for the general election, to lie held Tues^^day', the first day of October, A. D. inks.
TheJudges ami clerk of said election will be^the same persons designated by the board of^county commissioners hi act as such at the gene^^ral election to Im-held Tuesday, the first day of^October. A. D. 1hh^, within the city of Anacouda.
Hyorder of the t'lty Council of the city of^Anaconda.
J.K. Bo a km a n. City Clerk.
AmkkicanGutrH Mini no amd MlLUXOl^CO. or Amkkican (Iiiu-h, Sii.vkk ^^Bow CoirsTv, Mont. \^Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the^trustees of said com|siny held on the 31st day of^August, law, an assessment of two (S cents per^share wax levied upon the capital st^s-k of said^company, payable on or before the l.th day of^October, 1MB, to I.. A. Kins, the treasurer of said^company, at the city of Anacouda, Montana.^Any stock upon which said assessment shall re^^main unpaid on the 12th day of^letober. lass,^^ deem ' ........
ISIU(lie- 1^(11 ^n^ J. r, mi. ,,
shallIm- deemed delinquent and will Im* duly ad^^vertised for sale at public auction, and unless^istynient shall Im- made lM-fore, will be sold on^the 3Uth day of October, tsss to pay the delin^^quent assessment, together with the costs of ad^^vertising and expenses of sale.
I~A. KINtS,^Secretary.^Anaconda, Deer bodge Csunty, Mont.
INTHK JUSTICE'S COl'BTOF ANACONDA^township, in the county of Deer lyodge, terri^^tory of Montana. Before M. j. KiU Patrick, Jus^^tice of the Peace.^Kkank Nkwkikk,
ThePeople of the Territory of Montana, to the
Youare hereby summoned to be and appear^before me, M. J. Kit/. Fatrick, a Justice of the^Peace, in and for the county of Deer l^slge, at^my ofBce, in Anaconda, on Tuesday, the sth day^of Octolicr, A. D. 1kk3, at to o'clock a. iii. of said^day, or within ten days thereafter, then aud^there to make answer to the complaint of Frank^Newkirk, the alMive-named plaintiff. In a civil^action to recover the sum of twenty ^-JOi dollars,^for rent of hhhii furnished you at your s|s-cial in^^stance and request by plaintiff, from June jiKh,^1HK!i, to August Kith, lssii, aud in default thereof,^judgment will Im- rendered against you, Fritz^Keiter, the above-named defendant for the sum^of twenty 1-jo 1 dollars and costs of suit In hi* be^^half ex|m*nded.
Civeiiunder my hand this liitli day of Septem^^ber, A. D. l*e.^. M. .1. FIT/. PAT KICK,
Justiceof the Peace.
A.P. Brown, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Anaconda,Montana.^OPENED JULY 1. 1859.
Oneof the handsomest and most elegantly ap^poiuted hotels in the Culled States. Thoroughly^fireproof, and provided with elevators, electric^b. lls, lire alarms, i mining water, baths, steam^heat, open lire places and all modern couven^ieiicies, Itisuns en suite and single. Cuisine and^service strictly first-class. Kates from
$3.50per Day Upwards,
accordingto si/e and character of rooms^occupied.
JELL,HILL ^ TH ERR I EN,
EstimatesFurnished on all Classes of Work.
Someof the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda^Have Been Built by this Firm.
Ordersleft for Jobbing at I. F. Kirhy's Hardware Store will receive prompt attention.
JELL.HILL 5 THERRIEN,
Wholesaleand retail dealer in
Stapleand Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Goodgoods antl low prices.^*SPBCIIIL BTTENTION TO FHWI I_V TRHDE*^Main Street, Anaconda, ...... Opposite Opera House.
ITf fl+Successor to
#1^.1 ^3 I , Butte Hardware Co.,
Announcesthe arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heatirxgarvd Gook Stores
FORWOOD AND COAL.
Comeand see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this^market. Don't forget to come.
FirstStreet, JSear ^air\,
DRUGS,FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Given to Pre^^scriptions.
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SUBSCRIBEFOJR IT JMOW
FirstStreet, Near Main,
Dealerin Office and House Furniture,
CROCKERY.STOVES AND FUNERAL GOODS.
Ihave the Finest Assortment in the city of Bed Room^Sets, Parlor Sets, Plain and Easy^Chairs, Tables, Degpts, Etc.
UND6RT7CKINGIN HLL ITS BRKNCH6S.^E. JACOBSON, First Street East, Anaconda, Mont.
STEIGER^ PAUL, Proprietors. Ilrcwcry at West Eud Pourtll Street.
- HSK FOR HNHCON DH BEER
PracticalPlumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARYPLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr.Ifaaley lias done some of the Hiiest iilumliiiig work in Montana. Me^did the work in The Montana Hotel. Amu uiidit. W. A. Clark's resilience. Itutte,^Florence Hotel, Missoula, ami in many other line public and private buildings^throughout tlie stale.
l'artiesliavyiR plumhiiig to do should not fail to tret terms, etc., from
Boxft!^J, Anaconda. Montana.
TheEstes ^ Connell
Largestand Best Assortment of Lumber in^Deer Lodge County.
LATH.SHINOI.K.S, WIMHIWS AMI MOULD-^IStiS ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TheMost Select Slock In Auaionda, gi^ to
Matin.'Iea^ed KsMst) Klir.-ti.'^PlauliiK ill are |H-edared^ti* (!^^ a general
CONTRACTINGAND JOBBING BUSINESS.
AmiKcsneetfuiii Solicit a share^of iiiitiie rvsrssssss.
ALLORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Oflleeand ^anl nenr Front street, east of tlie^railroad Mai.on. Ana. onda, Montana.
WOODAND OUAL ALWAYS In STOCK.
onOctober I, I and 3. the I nton l'a.-iti.- vil^^ell exeiirKioo tickets to Wa^liiuj,'ton, K C. at^I tic rate of
$76.65for the Round Trip
romall point* In Montana Thrse tickets srlll^!..^ -.^^l t.^ reach WasUin^'toii a^ as IVInto I^- and icimm! retiimuiic until NiociiiImt j4. Sto|e^,.\. rs will lie alios,at any indtits w.-M of tlie^Missouri river, returiiini! witlnn the final limit.^VII tickets IssujmI h'^inr' ^ -
Missouririver, reiurmni: witlnn tlie tlual limit.^VII tickets IssujmI l.ytthe t'nlull I'a. HI.- will he^n.Kte itiNid U^ returti hy way of the Northern^facsse or tus M ^ud[jtis rail ways U so desire*!.
Eastof Main, Anaconda, Montana.
Iaud clouds ot siuoke were swept by tlie | $B6,UUO, and minor companies f 15.UUU to
Isnow i^|n-n to the I'uhlle.
THEFINEST PLUNGE BATH IN THE STATE
TheWater IS frolll three to seven feet deep,
andis ki |^t at an evres tciiipcialure.^liicssiii^ i.~ilii^ for ail.
PrivateBaths for Tbose Wbo Wish Them.
inuleHal lis :i-.c. aj ictlli Tii ki-ts, m.^^ Inldreii under I ^ears, j.^. ^ cuts. W est N inml^si' ^ ^ t. on. I.I-frolll th. Molilalia Hotel.
.Ko.||. s.\\ AtiK, Manager.
li.^:. RssOWMnXi l'n..i iuich.r.
Bogfies, Saddlft and Horses^for Hire.
Alsoproprietor of Passenger. RaKKWCe in.1 K\-^pi, ss hue. I iHiins-tion made with^ail trains.
Officeand .Mat.le Fn st street, Anacouda. Mont.
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In addition to the regn/ar Associated^Press dispatches it has a special wire ex^^pressly to COWCr the general news from^every quarter of the State.
TheStandard will give to its readers^every day all the news relating to politics^or to the business and social life of the day.
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Youcan get it for one dollar a month.
WHOl.KSAI.K DKAI.KR IN
IMI'OKIKII \\i^ IX ^\| Fx 1 1C
I'ureCalifornia Wines ami H in dies a Specialty.
SOLESHIPPER OP PABST,
Formerly Phil. Hest Brewing^Ke^; ami Bottled Heer.
Co.,Celebrated Milwaukee^.Also the Best Ionic.
Afull line of Bar Glassware. Flasks. Ftc.. constantly on hand.^Prompt delivery to all part-, of the c ity free of charge. ^ Bemember^the place. Stone Building, Wot First Street. Anaconda, Mont.
Wecurry the lurvesl anil bt-st stock of Furniture in this part of Moot
Comeand see Our Bed-Room Sets, Parlor Sets,
Upholsteringami all kinds of rc|K*iriiiir promptly iloue. We invite you ts ss-
S|HSl'tOUr stock of
Thelargest assortment and best go^Mls in town. The only exclusively Fnrnit
cireatsheets ^^f fire I ren held ^^'^i.KlO; Fmnk Mursh afsxit
ftwnitlI'.v liontier uiiil others, St. l'aill.^Fire uml Sun, am| gu,., n. fj.'f) each. I).
ptrt-of the town, h-^| to iue belief tlust | ^hut, mm** ^^Urvdiuipi were ayaiu at work.J lysvd drunk.