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THEANACONDA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, iStfe
Ileaned on the stile
Butneither of us spoke unltl ^ both^Just said sood-by
AndI went homeward to our quaint old tens.
Andhe went on his way;^^ nil he hat never rroaaed that nrl^1 that time to this day.
'If be ever gives a thought^To what he left behind - .^As I start sometimes, dreaming that I hear
Afootstep In the wind.
Ifhe had aaid but one regretful word.
OrI had abed a tear.^He would not go akioe about the world.
NorI alt lonely here.
Alas!our hearta were full of angry pride.
Andlove waa choked in strife;^And so the stile Iteyond the yellow grass
Wandsstraight across our life.
Mmie.Bernhardt aays alto haa never^quarreled with lier ilnvsiiuker.
Mnu-.Marches!, tbt^ famona tiwher of^sluging ^' Paris, has written Iwr memoirs.
Thepresent queen of Spain ia t!^^^ find^queen of tin- country to allow smoking at^a court dinner.
Mrs.Curtis, iicc Louiau M. Ktiapp. ia^aaid to receive $10,UUO a year for edltinir^the ljudiea1 Hume Journal.
Tilecmpreas of Japan haa Juat taken^powM nan ion of her nt^w palitee, which haa^coat $4,000,000. Nho propoaca to viait^America next spring.
Mine.Patti-Nicolini sails for New York^November 23. Meantime she ia to King- in^eight concerta in Kmrland, for which abe^will receive nearly **l,COO.
GrandmaBrown of C'oldbrook, Maaa.,^who will celebrate her ICOth birthday an^^niversary October 17, if she lives, had her^eyesight completely restored a few duya
Dr.Emily Kempen. who iaau LL. D. by^grace of the 1'iiivornity of Zurich, ia about^to open a law school for women in New^York. Not beiiur naturaliaed. Dr. Kem^^pen cannot herself practice in the courts^of that city, but she has law offices there^and prepares cases that are presented by^her young-muii assistant.
Apretty tale of devotion came to light^in Bayonne City recently. Maggie Kane
rettybrunette 17 years old, fell in love
THEC RON IN JURY.
theCroniri Jury^beemuaw it has 'pinions.
NowYork Hernia : If Chicago doesn't^hurry up the day of judgment will over^^take her before she gets half way through^the C ronin case.
CincinnatiEnquirer: Chicago holds the^third place In the base ball race. But in^IMS abe hopes to set the world's fair and^a ^ 'ronin Jury.
BloorningtouBulletin : Four new Jurors^were sworn in yesterday in the ( ronin^rnaa. There are now eight. We expet t^in our Christmas edition to give the names^of the remaining four to be secured.
I'sowtae'a AVin (Milwaukee) : Chicago^aaka for suggestions for novel attractions^to he presented at her world's fair. If a^Cronin jury ia ever evolved it will be the^greatest curiosity of the age.
Milwaukee.Vesta: Compiled in a vol^^ume, the witticisms of the press on the^Cronin jury, Willie Taacott'a escape, the^world'a fair, ami Chicago girl's big feet,^would make a volume larger than the^bible and Welstter's dictionary combined.
Philadelphiafresm: It looks somewhat^aa though Chicago would get a world'a^fair long before she got a jury to try the^alleged murderers of Dr. ( ronin. And^this by no means signifies that she will^have world'a fair as curly aa lrtittf. ^ ^ ^^Chicago'a most lonesome and melancholy^citizen nowadays ia the man who haan t^beeu summoned and rejected us a juror^in the ('rollin case.
FortifyingHerself.^From Harper'* bazar.
YoungMr. Si say (who meets Ilia pretty^cousin at an evening entertainment) :^^ Ob, Maude, I am so glad to ace you, and^I want to have a w^ al long talk. But ttrst^mayn't I bwing you an ir-e or something^^^Pretty cousin : ^ No, not an ice, Charley ;^but you may bring me u little ether,^thanks^^
JamesMcMilliu, of Bardwell, Ky.. is^said to have documentary evidence that^be ia 113 years of age.
JAKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
THR HKW AMD
POPULAR SHORT LIXE.
BetweenAnaconda. Butte, Helena, Maryavule,^tn. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago and^all points Fast.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Theonly line miiiiiiiK Palace Sleeping Cars,^Luxurious Hilling Cars, ^lauiitneent Hay Coaches^and Free Sleeping t'ars for Hceoud-Class Passen^^gers between
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
Trainleavea llutte daily s :I0 a. ni.
Safety,Comfort and Courtesy for Our^Patrons.
Butteto si. Paul In ** hours.
A.^'. IV ML Urn. Manager, Helena.
K.II. I.ANOI.KV, lien. Pass. Airt.. Ilele
1.K. DAWSON, lien. Agent, Butte.
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST.
ayoung painter. Her mother o|^posed the match and locked^her room. Slie cscn|^ed, however, rejoin^^ed her lover, whom she found in financial^difficulties, and endeavored tn aid him by^begging on the street. She waa arrested^for the offense, but promptly released^when she told her story.
Thefeeling of alarm which the public^has endured on account of the highway^robliery and horse-stealing of pretty wo^^men is considerably mellowed by the com^^missioning of Miss Alva Button, of Cireen-^up. III., as circuit-rider in tilt* United^Brethren church. Only a few days ago^another young lady was ordained an elder^at the session of the central Illinois con^^ference, and two married ladies were ad^^mitted to the conference ut the same time.
Theearly settlers of New York differed^materially from their successors, in that^they regarded gold with contempt on ac^^count of its color. Kill mill blue were^their favorite hues. Even so long ago.the^use of cosmetics was one of the Hue arts^in Manhattan. Tin- difference, however,^between the belles of that time and the^Itcllcs of to-day wus the rich, dark, ruddy^akin, rather than a pub-, white one. To^this end the forests were acarched for^herbs and the earth for minerals to pro^^duce the desired effect.
Themarried women who commit sui^^cide are slightly in the majority over the^unmarried. ^Vith men it la the reverse.^More single men take their own lives^than married men. Out of every three^married men who commit suicide two are^without children, and out of every four^married women who commit suicide three^are without children, and the same pro^^portions hold good among suiciding wid^^ows and widowers.
Mrs.Christine Lathi Franklin, who was^made a fellow of John Hopkins university^for her mathematical achievements, takes^a deep interest in the pluti of the collegiate^alumna; to maintain, each year at least,^one young woman, already a graduate of^an American college belonging to the aa-^aeciation and who gives promise of fol^^lowing in the footstc|Mi of Darwin and^Huxley, at a foreign university. The^scheme ia, in part, Mrs. Franklin's own,^and its object is to lend some assistance^.in the settlement of the vexed question:^Will women ever add an iniportunt dis^^covery to the world's st^s-k of knowledge^by establishing a fellowship for the sup^^port of young women likely to become^capable of original research while they^obtain the ts-st preiumttioii |sstsible for^working alongside of the world's scholars.
LONGLEASES OF LIFE.
OneMcDonald, of Beloit, Neb., gives^his age as lOH, and aays that bis father^lived to be 117.
TheGreek patriarch of Alexandria,Mgr.^Sophmnius, is 9il years old, and has tieen^a priest for 70 years.
JamesTunny, of Boston, ia 102 years^old, and in the full poaseasioii of all his^faculties. He was bom in Ireland.
HuldallKI wood Rockwell, of West port.^Conn., recently celebrated her lOUth birth^^day, rihe haa born nineteen children.
SamuelWildrick of Stoddartavllle, Pa.,^aged 97 years, walked to Wilkeabarre,^over twenty miles, tn visit a man. Mr.^Wildafck ia the father of twenty-tight^children. A few weeks ago lie cut two^new teeth.
AWaterloo veteran begun his 101st year^lately in the province of Parotia, Brazil.^The Genitalis in tho neigblioobood assem^^bled to do him honor and put a crown of^laurels on his head, which, by the way, ia^not yet bald.
Thereseems to he a contest among tho^states in respect to which one has living^within its borders the oldest pair of twins.^Massachusetts claims the championship^with Mrs. Sal lie Cole and Mrs. Hepzibnh^Kverett of Dcdbum. They were born in
DeborahPowers, the senior partner in the
bunkof D. Powers A Soua, Lausingburg,^N. Y., baa juat i^assed her WHh birthday.^She is still in full posscsaioti of all her fac^^ulties and takes a lively interest in current^events. She has been actively engaged in^business for more than half a century.
IfMrs. Harriet Cue of Grand Rapidv^Michigan, lives until January 11, 1HK!^. ahe^will be 1UH years old. She was born in^Hartford, Connecticut, in 17K7. Her father^Alexander McNeil, was a soldier in the^^ war of 1812, and her grandfather. General^McNeil, was a soldier in the war of the^revolution. In her 100th year she bad a^paralytic stroke, and it waa thought ahe^could not recover, but site did, and now ia^in a fair state of health.
Mrs.Luvina Fillmore, widow 'of the late^Rev. Glexen Fillmore, who waa a first^cousin to tho late ex-President Millard^Fillmore, celebrated her lOJd birthday^Aug. 3d, at her home in Clarence. Erie^county. Mrs. Fillmore ia without doubt^the oldest person in western New York,^and retain* her faculties to a remarkable^degree. She wus born Aug. 13, 17H7. and^r was married to the pioneer Methodist^preacher, Glexen Fillmore. Sept. Jti, 1MUH.^^ She has lived in Clarence ever since her^buahand died, in 1875.
OnSaturday, October 19,
At9 o'clock. A. M., at
DAVIDSON'SNEW BRICK BLOCK,
Firststreet, east of Cherry, Anaconda.
^^) ^ ^
CanMake Better Time by Mail in Reaching Every^Point in the State than any other^Newspaper in Montana.
SENDIN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITHOUT DE^^LAY AND ORDER THE STANDARD^SENT TO YOUR ADDRESS.
OUTEARLY EVERY MORNING.
Clothing,Dry Goods, Fane; floods,
LADIES'AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Tobe sold at a tremendous aacrilli**. The above stock has lieen brought here^to be disposed of at once, regardless of cost or value.
CLOTHINGAND FURNISHING GOODS.
Men'sGood Suits,^Wool Suits.^^ Cassimere Suits,
$4.,ooworth $7.76^4.9o, ^ O.OO^6.25. ^ I I .oo^8.75. ^ 14.oo
Anda Full Line of ( vitaway Suits in Plain and Fancy Patterns.
Men'sJean Pants. -7oc. worth $ 1 .So
Worsted Pants.- - SI .00, ^ 2.00
Corduroy Pants.- - I .^5. ^ 4.oo
CassimerePants.- 2.4o. 4.5o
ImportedWorsted. Cassimere and Cheviot Pants, ^2.7ft, IO.no,*3.M^. H.OO and ^n. worth double^the money. Turkey Red Handkerchiefs 3 for 10c. Men's Knit Sock* Be, worth I-^^^^^ Men-* shirts^aud llrawers, 40c, worth T5c. Suspender* ISc, aur, 2.1c, .^^^^, worth '.^^^-, 36c, so and TV.
DRYGOODS AND FANCY GOODS.
PressHoods, Indies' and Children's Underwear, White Goods, Hosiery in Silk, lisle Thread. Wool
aud^ as*i mere.
WEN'SOVERCOATS AND PEA JACKETS
aa.ro.IM.oo, tmn% ^6.O0, *7.00, 99.00, * 10.00, worth Just doulde. I'KA JACKKTN in Chinchilla^and Astrakhan al a Tremendous sacrifice.
ThisMurderous Slaughter of Merchandise will not last Iouk. ho conic early and net a Bargain,^as the stock must be dis[m^sed of. Item,-Hitter the date and place,
SATURDAY.OCTOBER 19. 1889.
Davidson'sNew Brick Store, First Street. East of Cherry,
G.E. MAULE cSc CO.,
RealEstate Dealers and Money Lenders,
Havefor sale and at inside price*, desirable Ogdcn pro|^crtles, both business and residence, I in^proved and unimproved. Are also proprietors of the beautiful sub-divisiou known as
Inwhich there are still some of the most desirable lots to l^c had at original prices with a cash i^iy^meut of 10 |ier cent, and same amount monthly without interest. Lots ran ice in price from #ivi to^f-jooeach. Here is an investment whereby you save ^o,ir money and get some returns ^ith a ic-smI^profit. For plots and full Information call on or address
G.E. MAULE ^ CO., Butte, Mont., or J. A. STEPHENS, Ogden, Utah.
ROMthe date of its first number the Standard will have^more readers than any other daily newspaper published in the^Northwest. It will have plenty of interesting matter every^day. It is good for office, shop or store, for mill or mine, for hotel, saloon^or rectory, for farm or fireside. It is a paper for the people.'^Try it for a month. It will cost you one dollar.
TheAnaconda Standard gives particular attention to its advertising^department. It directs your attention to the skill and care and taste with^which its advertisements are arranged and displayed. No newspaper in^this part of the world can match it in this respect. Kach issue of this paper^will be a model of the printer's skill in the display of its advertisements.^The terms on which the Standard takes advertising are moderate and^every prosperous business man in this region can put himself in communi^^cation with the public at rates that will pay him handsome returns. If you^want live advertising send in your copy or write t^^ the business office.
Strangersvisiting Anaconda are invited to visit the publishing house of^the Standard. It is complete in every department. It is the pride of the^town.
TheSt andard is an eight-page daily having the full service of the As^^sociated Press and a thoroughly organized special service which brings^news direct to its editorial rooms by special wires. It is a Democratic^paper. If you belong to that party you can read it with profit. If you are^a Republican you will find in this newspaper a fair fighter and can have all^the opportunity you want to ^talk back.^ At all times and under all cir^^cumstances the St andard will be inspired by ^ determination to treat all^men and all issues in that spirit of fairness that distinguishes successful^journalism everywhere.
Thede partment of the Staxdakd relating to news will be most complete.^Its general and miscellaneous reading will be edited with greatest care.^Men and women will enjoy it and it will be a safe and suggestive paper in^the hands of every child.
Orderthe Standard sent to your address. You get it for three and one-^third cents a day.
MiliF.N ^ IFFICK.