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The Anaconda standard. (Anaconda, Mont.) 1889-1970, October 18, 1889, Morning, Image 3

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SPORTING GOSSIP.
*IThehl the« wvPVr y awm Me lTC
DPWu tuAc PWI =6W . SI d thee
trnwak d to a lrvel bhefo. the Ihe
ar . Wt o we -. u good ro at the
purnlin -etumawt -arB ~f, havlag
saw e"ir a"u pow1i the Culmt.rm
thbat e efwed Toa Due Abe UMAO frag
relusue at Arlie L-bM26 but "dur bars"
asked MW and tedual did no€ go.
1usd Dunlap leads asg eauemnd
busume n Usn the table A1 e=l4liaWemm
but be would not do it by a g shoe =6 hM
took -: :Snebance. " Pfeffar or
Stulekeg doso.
Clam, C. and Loanish have both been
1lrand out for the ueamon, Loongal wasr
tsokwMIM to be broken down at one j 0rad
Is now conaidered sure that Cat
tkionnext year.
Ike Weir baa accepted the California
Athletic club's offer and will start for the
waeu next Thurnday to try conclusions
with Billy Murphy. the Australian. The
SpIder ean. uiness this tinm,and uay.
he will give a good account of hinuelf.
Bastlan threatened to mue the Chicago
club for 125 withheld from his salary
when he was releamed the other day. This
was his salary for the unexpired part of
of the season. Rather than have a uit
Mr. Spaulding settlkd with Bastian in
full
P. LorWall has bought back frna W.
H. r the brown stalliou Emhpe. -by
md lt-Vasulite, and the m".
.hd t, m a nd sw dul Vestala. Ran
co- swi no dou o oon beosae as fa
mnou for its taoosaigbrdr as it wars ave
years ago
Muphy and Ware have Lually gives
Sal preteuee of hosltlies sand lortmed a
ePmo and PythL s fenld p. It I re.
ported baat thebsy are contemplating sing
on the road with a co ah.ation. esarst
Ina of Guas Brown. Pat O'Mullivaa, De
a a Ja.a d Dubl Pete.
__ uA"o takesaw stook in kur .nj
pa intive lan of the T
othe rsy it is abmurd. - ag shows
good sense in e ng for the worst.
It Is dollar to nuts that he will
have a team signed befoge. the league
-methg la November.
The latest addition to the Browns Is a
gman from Prededek, Me, named
s-e-;r. He was signmed uaps. ltivet-'s
romessedtico'. Tle later t
aoGet" I a bitter and a sman.
ldes nagan Al out r hbe is a
good pithber. "Stiv" angd "Get" played
.. the York (Pa.) tean.
It is now announced that Jim Hart bha
arranged to take the entire sten team,
sept Kelly and Broa euthers, to San Fran
ceio this winter. Kelly, of course, will
have to attend to business at his New
York saloon, and Broutberh has his trm
at Wappinger Fals to look after. The
Hart Mrrty will start fromn Chicago Novenm.
In reference to the world's chamunpion
ship. Manalrr Mutrie says the series will
consist of 11 games, and the first must be
played on the polo grounds. President
nrt., he says, can arrane the division
receipts to muit hinmelf. In regard to
the umpires, Mutrle makes this proposi
tion : New York to select one man o
then Assaxiation staff and Brooklyn to ap
point another from the League staff. The
arrangement. he thinks, will be fair to
both clubs.
Darby, time ehamion jumper of England,
intends visiting the United States. He
issued a challenge to jump any mnan in
America from two to 20 jumpr, without
weights, storing shoes ared for£20,
the tloe Gasette to be stakebo and ap
point a referee. He also offers toare
a match with any man in America J
running-Jumps, and allow Dane, Hamil
ton. Sullivan, or any man living ten feet
start, for 00 or £1,000 a side. John
Mithehll, Derby's backer, will accompany
Frank C. Bancroft, the well-known base
ball mana states that he has been ap
proached 3a Boston gentleman reps
seatin owners of a large tract of land
near the Hotel Vendome, Boston, who are
anxiouso dpoe o to dito agents of the
Ball Pers' Brotherhood for a new base
,ail p . The lentleman is now in eor
respondenee with John . Ward of New
York and Albert S. Johnson to that end.
The gentlemen will ped themselves to
take stock n a brothrhood club na Bo-.
The following special was received at
the Polies ate ofe froen an Fran.
d.eco: "lntense excitement here in sport
inr eireles over r epor from Sa.a elito that
Jolny Reaan, tee New York pugilist,
who is anhed to t roung Mitchll in
the California Atb club for a purse of
hU1, ba been taken ick withb malar,
and ha beesn compelled to atop trnlaln.
Many believe thit will prevent hia mabe
with young Mitchell taking place, and he
will be compelled to forfeit the 20 he
poated. Regan Is greatly ymparthled
with by sporting nen, and his sickness
bas caused those who were certain to wit
nems a determined battle to he disa
ointed." Billl Reid, Johnny Reagan a
erwho a foreman of the prees-room
in the Pdies G.sette offce. was greatly put
out when be beard the news, and is await
lfurther particulars.
SPANISH WOMEN.
Thatr PIams. Alamen Pers.t. ad" Thei
TtLsts IUqusIite.
Rarely ist that t traveler tough
Spain dooes not ee the young grle agr
where ams bealifal ea angels, e~ys a letter
to the Philadelphla Iaes. They are tall,
eaight as an arrow, with th most pe
feet lgues, and with ames wbhih for a
dark, tader, ead beaualy a eSamne Pisd.
The magnitlceat hair, always clean
alwarseened, alwarys marvelously dem
d, with the Iwevitable Sower In It, I
alike the distlanguishi mark o the poor
e.. as well the richest Spalsh woman. Is
this respect the Spanlsh woman is unlike
any other. ven Italy, the sister pen~l
sla, e closely conasected with Spain lai
the paet-Italy has no auch dlsting tie.
Th Italian peasant doe senot take sch
mare oa his hair, nor does Ie manflese thu
beutifuhlsadulatihar blue-black,
witha ros-bhddbi na tt .ses--t I. be
e s tr~d~avel to look at ths.e
Ia goig Into small shops and humble
oa e ut sees the ausinees f hair
d inpr.rges. On sister ls dress
in the antheor or the mother ie
like ýML yoa w i which they Mi
the aoe side, and ta otr is allowed to
go smooth; It is always becoming to the
face bemeeth it. They wear it much over
the fe. avoiding the Chines style.
Little curls around the ears or ushing
forweas om the imdns sows t
Spnash woman v_ the p.urpose o
hair, wheh is to hade the eye and con
tramt with the complen .
At ti back of the head the auque is
alwapm . ar eful brushamd p. This eugue
NUN ofs T- b-mi .She
as- a .m. on
ads" wavyI.hb wume
^kka-ba-kt-^pU ke LM- brr k^&6fe t^f
hsvwas i wiluen thhei#
hb wiuSN -or 001h-allI ezareamles o
am rfisrs s ISr
The.. The a*. 01v**I. thelmr t Uthe--r
<h» ~ ~ asui trtot Mpjsl uayln Tto
*»~f~Byfl iMZ t Thu. I
Tbwwwaroow!& onlrW-jr MfethM& tb a
tudet off hepn to
fRudout bowtbrtp sea M'.Thw, Aw,
WT «U»foo *=t-in Inpain. Pr~~
tbe &,.lt cam not leotlad 1
ookes and pIntr ad s*eets I ld
But the csrei- Taler capeet. to he re
warded, whem the Spanish wausman smle*,
with & row of pearls, and be in almost
nsver disappointed.
FUN AT OLD HARVARD.
New a asesee seleer Put a weeanMy
Teugt ss Usemtu the MUIl.
Pirm thue Denver Ieuseake.
The secret societies at Harvard are haI
lmg lots of f11 this year at the expense of
freshmen desroues o entering the mystie
cireles. The Initiation ereenmoues have
In soamne Instances been sever, but they
have been uaseeesfully enforced, to the
great enmjawuent of the members and the
mental distress of the v*ctlms.
There Is on young fellow who feels
that be bus fairly earned his membership.
He Is the son of a wealthy Chicag(. n, and
when be entered Harvard this fall he en
gaged the most elpensave suite of romas
ia Beck Hall and Stued them up regardless
of expesme. The furnishings and dra.p
eries were do the costlieet fabrics, and the
higlh pried - brio-ame showed thee was
plenty of money at the disposal of the ao
syoung man, reared in the lap of
luury and lorauntof want made appli
cation for membership laIn Harvard's most
cdarse moety ad pledgd bL- tn
oerm Isobey all the orders t might be
im a dscreed that be should sell papers
and black boots in the puablle square in
CaltIdge forthe space of one week. I
was a tagh b sbutes the applicant showed
his grit tr usn the smandate to the
Iter.
Ever ay for a week after eain the
recitaton room, he went to his tial
suLte of roomus echanged hso clothes
for an old Nuit daubed some e Iing on
his face and hands as a partial protection
ranst the msrutin of passersby and car
r=out the stern geof his order. He
blarked the boots do the professors and
sold them papers without revealing his
kientity, and sauntered along the street
with his kit over his shouklder and his pa
pe ulnder his arm, with as much sang.
osas though he was a genuine street
gamin. He worked his way intothe order
and now the blacking kitoorupiea a prom
inlent place amnog the curioslties that
adorn hi mronsyn.
Mat a SpemdtNrts.
Pren Paris Figare.
"I am dying of hunger," says madame
to her husband onl returning from a shop.
ping tour. " Why didn't you stop at a ree
taurant and get something?" "'Oh, I
don't like to spend money uselesly."
" Well dkl you fimd whlat you wanted ? "
"'es, Ilikeed; some lovely little hats at
96 francs." After a pause--" I took four
of them."
THi
MONTANA,
Anaconda, Montana.
OPENED JULY 1. 1559.
One of the bamdeomest and most elegantly ap
pointed hotels in the United sates. Thoroughly
Oreproot, nad provided with elevator. electrlec
hells. re alarms. rmauW water. baths, stem
heat, opes Se plaes and all modern caven
lenbdres. Mnos auitet. and single. Cuisine and
..ve sJ .etsr icrs.els.. ates .rom
$3.50 per Day Upwards.
aeerdlies so a s.ad eamaner of reams
DaL. 3A AUGeo . Wasger.
L SASH.
DOORS.
The Estes &Connell
LUMBER CO.
Lasiut sl lar t Amrm t of Imb l
LAT., I.txeL, WIxNDOW Aw NoD MOULD
11M 4 ALWAYS Ix STOCI.
ALL ORDERS PROIPL.Y FILLED.
*m &s AL AL upATs ai MaO.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimaes Furnished on all Classes of Work.
Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been Built by this Firme.
Or lme the r bis wa L L 6=v. iw Nauirer. will eelv. premps aMnw.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
ANACONIDA. - - MONTANA.
J. L. HAR. ILTON.
whtl...e. &td v.10m dealer i
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Good wooda ad low prickr.
*SMWCIiL. iTTNTION TO lMI Uin T iMD*
Mim eet, * ** - Opgositee Oa Hoese.
I. F=. I R BY. h,. a c,
Announces the arrival of Two Car loads of
Heatirg and Gook Stores
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this
market. Don't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA.
B. F. MAHAN,
R:qeL. OSTRTT MIr I NINGO BROKER.
And Collecting Arent.
Pirm 8treet, Nea. Main, . - - - Anaonda. Mont.
ANACONDA BRE" I VG COII/PI A Y
Manufactu w of
I.O 7ND BOTTLE.ID BEER.
STEIGER IPAUL, Proprietosr. Brewery at West Euld Pnaurth Strnet.
-- ----SK POR RNRCONDA BEER
J. A. HASLEY,
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr. Hasley has done some of the finest plumbing work in Montana. lie
did the work in The Montana otel, Aiinaconda, W. A. Clark's residelnc, hlltt-,
Florence Hotel, Missoula, and in many other fine public and private buildings
throughout the state.
Parties having plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc., from
J. A. HXSLEY.
Box 631, Anaeonda, Montana.
(REAL ESTATE FOR SALe*
--i--~Y- -
EI1ANS. * NICHOLS • & • CO.
62 East Broadway. Butte, Montana.
A new 4-room bhoar and lot near N. P. depot A Irgain int a budlading lt 4I..e
$1o00. A barber shop In a good Imswatio with one
Two choice eattage homes In Mouth Butte, 4o6 year's lease at San per mouuth, $.o'
ad e ro a Tw nice ohomes on ('olorado street, SI ,ao and
A two story bonus of Is rooms, bard fished St."
and well furnished, with large basement. and tot
31 by lea feet. In center of city. at a Iarllan. A flroom brick. centrally located. $2,7:e.
Two miae bouses and lots 3zlIe fee, each on An s-roum, two story brick. well nluished and
Ariaona street. at a bargain. large lot, a,ge0m.
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TOO0Y & HJ NT.
Demlers In
FINE WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Billiard and Pool Tables
ELBGXNT CLUB ROOMS
MAIN marT. -h. ANACONDA.
Now York Morohant Tailor.
Jut UmH.i. V.at seni. mm
1,000 - SR PL S
o '
f anr mr Lmb
mmd miai be~" u.tYd 473 4.s...
SAM PRAM ENKO,
-DALKm ax
-'..F LU-a 1---I
Freh Gm, Oyters ad Fish,
Liquors. Ctare. Candies. Nuts and
Fruits. dtt. Fresh Eggs. and
COViNTRY * lODVUC
-A srcnaN--r
m"-- il$ Gig mm.B AmammmL Mals.
CAFE ROYAL
It WIt Park Strut, Butt. Iet
The Best Conducted TR arant
i lonotai
A Few Reasons why It is
80o Popular :
It is flme for I. leme- Mad. Ple.
It i flame Isr Co.ee,
It is famme or Ma Good Butter.
It is tameM fr Ms Good Coeklag.
it is fhmes r Ms Bo.stelakd Ueese every
tudy mermiasg.
It .. rooeiated by a Dai Mare as Bdsme.
prrtmagates,
It is opern a h bears. Day Md Night.
Yours Truly.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
GEORGE ELSTON,
*CITY* BILL* POSTOR*
AUVERTISEM ANlD DISTRISUTOR.
,,,=-fa ý 111 A $iO. . All Wert pmpUl
I a~fdad . A o~* Me~amma
A. T. FPL.WYT ER,
First Street, flear Jhlain, - Anaccnda.
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
Particular Attention Given to Pr0
scri ptions.
ANACONDA STANDARD
SUBSCRIBE FOR IT NOW I
IT IS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED
NEWSPAPER IN MONTANA.
* THE DAILY STANDARD has the mo.
complete news service in th/e Nortk
w'est.
In addition to the regular Associated
Press dispatches it has a special wire ex
pressly to cover the general news from
every quarter of the State.
The S rTANDARD will give to its readers
every day all the news relating to politics
or to the business and social life of the day.
Try the Sr.TANAR for the campaign.
You can get it for one dollar a month.
JOHN V. PETRITZ,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
KENTUCKY WHISKIES.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure California Wines and Brandies a Specialty.
SOLE SHIPPER OF PIBST.
Formerly Phil. Best Brewing Co.. Celebrated Milwaukee
Keg and Bottled Beer. Also the Best Tonic.
A full line of Bar Glassware. Flasks. Etc., constantly onm ead
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city free of chare. e.m
the place, Stone Building. West First Street. Anacoda Most.
ANACONDA FURNITURE CO(PAIT.
We wan he Is....s and boas ..ock e o ms If. . sU .h p..
Come and see Our Bed-Room Sets, Parlor Sea
Lounges, Chairs, Etc.
..iene t an kb.e. ir .s .nes w

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