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THEANACOHQA STANDARD: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER i, it**
AitiMiiLay mt tste
-nMairlanlpptiur. but I KtH Donip:
My spacious kslgirtK in the park are cotd;^The weather seems t^ have me ou the hip.
Andthese rheumatic* make me feel quite old.
Myventilated tun are much Umi thin.
Thepave I* chill t^ my uuinwnletl wde;^My eye* are full of ilust and I lietrtn
Toweep; alaa! my tear* I caul control.
Myonly handkerchief lit 'rotiml my neck^I've lost my collar button ami must tie
Whatwait a collar but i^ now a wreck.^To save my lunirs- 1 am too ^ouu* hi die.
Ihie me to the sulHirlts for a meal.^But fate accosts nie with a visaoe Intnl.
Besiciiii!for Juki a bit -1 wtxild not steal^^I gel it from a ^^uc dotf in the yard.
Theseason's cold! The worbl Is colder sttl!
Ittreats me Just an thoiitcll I were a w:unp!^The night coiniK on! Could I but have my will^^^ I'd be a bank cashier, ami not a trainii.
.^'^^^Vwfc il^ rulil.
Jack:Arc yon |r^ili|f ^^^ invite Lou^Kaaer to your weddiiiK '^'
MissCanton: Why, Jack, I'm angry^with lior. We haven't h|h^kcii for over tt^year.
Jut-k:Then you wouldn't mm for licr^PMMM t
Mis*)^'anion imnsiiiiflyi : Well, I miirht^invite In-r. I should like lie r prcseutM well^^ enouifli. *
KelteveU.from the Hostou TraniK-rl|K.
YourIiiimImmmI wiw u irreat sufferer in^his late illness. Mrs. Kooley ^
Yes,M awful sufferer. But, do you^t know. I think it is a mercy lie died. If^lie'd livetl lie'd never not through litlkinir^about thut illness. Of course it would^have been a great pleasure to him, poor^man; lint think how all the rest of us^would have suffered!
AProved Mimical Error.^From Munsey's Weekly.
Tommy:Doesn't it suy in the bihle that^^a soft answer turuetb a way wrath,^^mamma7
Mamma: Yes, dear.^^ ^I don't l^elieve it. u.ayliow.^^^Why dear^
Ishouted ut Billy Bin-keys to-day ami^he answered me with a soft toinuto, ami^I've been mad clear through ever siliee.,'
A^tood Way to Bscviim I nponular.
1don't think President Harrison lias^any designs on a awotid term.
Ik-causehe hus Just pardoned a poet.
*Thess QuoUltonn An Revised and Cor*
Hu-car-C.ranuliitcu. per 100. ^C^ ^!^.00; Unlit^hrowu. Sm.uO; pulverized 11 Jfc A, New York,^^l:l.T.^: lostf. *i:i.l^^, maple V *^ -J0c.
Coffee-Market stroUR; tercel i Kin, l!*^D24c,^Costs, Kn-a, Hia . Java MamtuhlinK. 40c;^^ Mts-lut, 37(^04O^-: roastefl Klo and Costa ltica, ^*St^aoc; masted Carbaio, Ms. roasted Mis-lia and^Java, 3tk^.mc; Arbuckle's,;^.-*^.
Teas--Japan, 3K^noe; Kniclish breakfast,^^1.00; tiiuiiMiwder,-iOeAJJl.00; extra Youiik Hy^^son, .T.Vu ^!.^^^.
Hckl.-s- Kastern - 3 teal., tl.w. fi gal.. S3.3S; 10^Ital., ^^;.^^.
Potatoes-SI.7.1 per cwt.
Cabbage Per cwt,
KICK*,per caw-, Ss.no.
Hutter,per I^, 3.Vi^40c.
Cheese,is-r lb, MsMss.
KruitsI ^ried apples, |^er B-Vt^ packages, Tftrijfc^^1.00; ditto sliced, .^*^^^ boxes, 14c |s^r ^^; pearlies.^Halt fjtke. Itlc: apricots, -J9c; evaporated ditto,^-JBC; blackberries, Iflc; raspberries, 3.-*;.^Callforuia fruits. ik'..ou^fc^^.V^ per case.^j^ 3-*^ Standard tomatm-s, Ja.-.M,^3-s^ Htamlard corn, Kl.oo.^^j-t^ Htamlard peas. Ki.SO; seconds, $'2.7S.^i string ami l.nna lieans, SJ.75.
PRINCIPALPOINTS schottler wagons
TheMost Select Stock In Anaconda. SJK to
NORTHand SOUTH ! BARRET ^ JACKY'S
(SeurralKail way and Steamship Office *im4 of^Main street, Anacomht, Montana.
S.D. BEEBE. City Ticket Ageut.
J.A. LEWIS. General Agent.
JAKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
THR MKW A.OD
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
BetweenAnaconda. Butte, Helena, Mary set lie.^' St. Paul, Miuiieaisilis, CliieaKo aim^all points Kast.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis Railway
am^TIIK KAMOl S
TwoThrough Trains Daily from
St.Paul and Minneapolis
Witboutebaime, connecting with the Past Trains^of all lines for the
The I nr. . I and Only Line Kiuuiiui! Tlimuuli^Cars I let seen
Minneapolisand DwMoines, la..
VIAsUM UU AMI KOUT MM*
SolidThrough Trains Between
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
Amitbe MmM (mn of i lie Mississippi, aud^eoniKs line in Ciiion Hcpol for all isiints^Soutli and Southwest.^Many hours saved, and tin- ONLY LINK mil^^iums trains dally to
KANSASCITY, LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON, I
Makinuconnections with the I lll.'li racirlc^and Att-liison, Tofieka ^ Santa Kc Itailways.^Close istllllections made ill l llioll |h-|M^t wilh all I^trains of the SI. Paul, Minuea|M^lis ami Maiiito- i^lw, Norlhern I'acilic, St. I'aul as Uiilulh mm^ |^ways, from and to
All Points Xortli mmd Xorf/totssf.
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST.
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.
Theonly line runntn;^Luxurious 111^ami Free Sle^^Iters between
linerunning Palace Sleeping Cars, Iasssa ii-tivsnu
ping cars for Second^ lass lMssen- . S| |.^^i^ Hallway arii|-is.-d of ^ omfortabl.
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
yare eoiii|Mised of Coinfortahlc^Hav Coai-lics, Magnitteeut l*ullinan SIccpiiiK^Cars. Morton K.*cliniug Chair Cars, aud our Just^^ly celebrated
Trainleaves Butte dally ^ 10 a.m.! 1^(1 hi CC /) I NI/I C (l/'S.
CMedMeans -Navy, SU.uo per 100 B^^^7.0ft; Hayos, sa.'jn.^Wheat. No. I. per 100 IV 92.00.^Corn, cracked, per too *^, ti.TS.^Bran, per 100 t^, ^1.00; bran and shorts per 100^w.Sl.ao.
Hour IVr 100 k.Pillsbury's best.S4.SO; Ogden.^^3.60; Htrague ^Ihtisy,^ S3.no.^Corn meal, per too fc, U^Oat meal, per 100 ^^, S4..io.^Lard -\attl\tc.
PreshMeats^fork 16t^; beef StMSc; lamb.
auarters,7nc6tl.00: mutton 7015c.^Halt Meats Ham logfeaoc; bac
.pork10c; sausage 12HOISC.^Coal - Ver too, hard SIM. soft ^^.SS.^Wood^Per cord ^4.3*.^Hay^Her ton ^-jn.no.^Straw -Per ton ^U.0S.^tints-Per cwt. f'.OO.
Safety,Comfort and Courtesy for Our^Patrons.
Butteto St. Paul In 4n hours.
A.C. IVHS, Oen. Manager, Helena.
B.H. LANtlLKY, ^ien. Pass. Art.. Helena.^I. K. HAWSON. Oen. Agent, Butte.
1ISO lbs. of baucaue checkes] FKKK. lare a I^I ways as low as tne lowest. Kor time tables,^' through tickets, etc., call ii|siu the nearest ticket^^ audit or write to
Gen'lTicket and Pass. Agent,
GOEAST and WEST VIA
NoithernPacific R. R.
TjKc Dirving Car Route ar\d Qrcat^SKort Lirve to oil
ALLTilKOt'dII TKAINS are Equipped with^Pullman and liiuing Cars each way,^Kast aiuT West.
ThroughPullman Car from Butte
TheFastest Time to and from Chicago, Canada^and Kasteru Points.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow Prepared to Deliver C^al from its
MINESAT RED LODGE
Toconsumers in this city. Foi domestic and steam purposes^Hocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily,^makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
PrincipalOffice: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
RUchriKtHit mi. A Ktlirnr, Helena.
E.L. Bonner A ('^^., Iht-r Lodgi-.
Tin-Mitiers' Lumls-r ^ Oiupaiiy. Ilnttc,
O.E. Millia, Park City.
Huahitdr Mai ley, Hig Timber.
L.S. Hollier, Hotfiiiuii.
KstesA ( oiiih-II ('oiii|Mtuy, a11.1.I.i
A.t'razor, HillitisrH.^^;^^^^. 1'. Young, I.i\ inn-ton.^Ib-rg HroH., Towiist-iitl.^\V. H. White. Stillwater.
OotonistSleeplnt; Cars In charge of Train Porters^for accoiiumHlation of Setstnd Class^Montana Passengers Free^uf Chartce.
ForAnaconda, IK-er bSsMsvHarrison.
Helena,I'liiliiMtbiirt: ami Missoula... S.no a. m.
ForAuacotidau.au a. m ., 4.M and 7.30 p. m.
KorAnaeoiida, ISer l^slge, tiarrison^and all thi.-nu-li |siints East to St.^Paul. St. liinus and Chicago; also to^points West. vU: Mlsanukt, Spokane^rails, Tacoma, i'ortbuul and Han^Krancisisi3.0O p. m.
ForStuart, I leer l^ralge ami tiarrlson^iKreiglit trains)car. a. in. and 9.00 p. m.
Hteamshipticket* for all points In Rurope Tta^any line crossing the Atlantic at rbeap rates.
. For full inform.in.^n address^^t II AS H. FKK. tien i Passenger Agt.,
JAS Mc*^AIO. fSeneral Agt., aos Main St..
Opp.Bonner Mercantile Company.
G.E. MAULE ^ CO.,
RealEstate Dealers and Honey Lenders,
Havefor sale and at Inside prices, desirable Ogden properties, both business and residence, im^^proved and unimproved. Are also proprietors of the lieautiful *ub-^llvlslou known as
inwhich there are still some of the most desirable lots to Is- hail at original prices with a cash |^ay^ment of to per cent, and same amount monthly without Interest. I.ct^ ranice In price from SI 'i t^^^9'jim each. II. re is all investment whcreliy ran save your money and g^-t some returns with a gissl^profit. Kor plots aud full Information call ou or address
G.E. MADLE ^ CO., Butte, Mont., or J. A. STEPHENS, Ogden, Utah.
Havingpurchased the huainewa formerly eotnlucUtl Iry James McNulty is now pre^^pared to furnish bis customers with the fluent hramht of
Domestic,Imported and Key West Cigars
Tobe found in the city.
Preshand choice. A well aaanrtesl stock of STATIONERY.
JOS.F. MURRAY. - - Main Street. Anaconda.
FROMthe 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 j^ood 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.
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