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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 34, 1889.
S art; Ucht
.00;pulverized H * A, New York^^ ^13.1a. 1
maplef) ^ auc.
ehs,s7amf; roasted Kio mad (oats Rica, M^: roasted Carttaio, ^: roasted Mocha and^Java, SHGWiOr: Arlniekle's. 3.1c.
TeasJMMk sntcnoc: Kiiirlisti breakfast, 40c^a^^l.ttO; (Sunnuwder, 46eti^*J.au; extra Youhk Hy^^son, .70^^f.^o.
Pickles Kastern 3 iral., ^S.^; 3 K^J.. ^3.80; W^Sal., ^o.oo.^Potatoes^St.7S per cwt.^Cabbage^Ivr cwt, ^J.^Ban, per i w, Ss.uo.^Butter, per ^,^Chme, per ^^, 'ju^se.^-firl
Fruitsl^rieu apples, per ^-^ packages, 7ftr^
K: ditto Hlicetl, !*^*^ iMixea, 14c per *^; peaches,^IjE l^e: apricots, 3^c; evaporate*! ditto.^Be; blackberries, Ifir; raspberries. 3Ac.^4'alifiiruia fr.iits, ^.%.i^Kim;..h^ per caae.^3-ts Htamlant tomatoes, a:i. j.-v,^*-*^ Htantlurtl corn, aa.iio.^2-*^ Standard |m^as, ^:^..V^; seconds, 92.75.^!-^^ striate and I .una tieans, $J.tr.^I^rted Beans-Navy, 90.00 per 100 ^; Uma,^^7.00; Kayos, ^H. jn.^Wheat, No. i. per ion t\r.^.oo.^Corn, cracked, per loo ^^, ^1.7R.^Hran, per lou If., 9l.nu. bran and shorts per 100^t^, fl.ai.
Hour^ I'er ion *^,I*lllHlmry's best.94.ao; Oicdea,^^S.nO: Htraifilc ^llaixy^ S3.0M.
t'ornmeal, |^er l(^ #^, ^xno.
Oatmeal, per loo !^^. 94.M.
KreahMeats^ Tork l.V; beef ftSKiOr; lamb,^quarters, T.rK\(i.l.i^^; mutton Tiitl.^'-.
HaltMeats^ Hani hiGi-JOc; baron Uc; corned^beef 10c; ixirk 15c; sausage r_M ,^airic.
CoalPer ton, hard ^!!^. soft ^i).SO.
WoodI'er cord ^4.50.
Hay Per ton ^^25.no.
straw Per ton f u oo.
Oats-I'er cwt. Sv.00.
WARM SPRING DAIRY.
Amilk route 1 as been established In the City^^,f Anaconda, anil patrons will be supplied^promptly and regularly.
theMilk furnished by the Warm Spring^Dairy la
AbsolutelyPure and Guaranteed^to Be Such.
DIVIIKNI^ NO. 4^NOTU'K IH HKKERY^given that at a meet ing of the Hoard of Trus^^tees of the ^'^eur d'Alene Hilver-I.ead Mining^Company, held on this day at the office of said^company. No. West Broadway. Unite, Mon- I^tana, dit idend No. 4 was declared of four |3I^cents a share ii|m^n .m^).i^^^ sliares of the capital i^stoi-k of said com|n^ii^, aswrcinttini; the sum of |^^ I.Visit, latyalde on Hie -JStli nay of November. ;^A. I^. Inau, by .loseph V. bintt, Tn usurer of sai^(^company, at the l^anking house of lloge. Hrown-^lee ^ Co.. 1 tin It-. Montana. Ami the transfer '^luniks of said cotn|KMiy will close on the 'jnth day^of November, Iski, aud will n-opcu on the JIM^thereof.
Byolder of the Board of Trustees.
.1.K. t'l.AKK. ITesidcut.^CIIARI.KS I*. WAKKKN, Secretary.^Bated Soveiulier 1st, I^^:i.
I.anii^ ikkh k. at Hki.kna. Mont., ^^Oct. II. Iww. i^Notice Is hereby given that the followlng-
nametlsettler lias tiled not!^f his inteiilion to
makefinal proof iu su|^|x^rt of his claim, and^that said proof will lie made In-fore the clerk of^the district court of Beer Wslge counly. Mont.,^at Beer l^slge, Mont., on Nov. lit, isn't, vi/.:^liarduer Hond on pre-emptionds.. No. !^..v*t, for^the nwl^ kc'^ sec. 30, Ip. 5 n, r. II w. He names^the following witnesses to pro**.- his continuous^residence upon, ami cultivation of, said land,^viz : Jacoh sttickey, Iturtou Vincent, t'harlcs B.^Jones ami Alberto Stevens, all of Anaconda.
TheMost Select stock in Anaconda, go lo
Minneapolis^ St. Lonis Railway
ANDTHE FA MOI S
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
AndAll Orders Will Receive^Careful Attention.
11West Park Street, Butte, Mont.
TheBest Conducted Restaurant^in Montana.
AFew Reasons why It is^So Popular :
Itla famous for It* Home-Made Plea,
Itla famous for ila Coffee,
Itla famous for Its Uood Butter,
Itla famous for its Oood Cooking,
Itla famous for Its Boston Baked Beans every^Sunday morning.
Itla conducted by a Business Man on Business
Principles,It la open at all hours. Day and Night.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
GeneralRailway and Steamship Office fool of^Main street. Anaconda, Montana.
S.D. BEEBE, City Ticket Agent.
J.A. LEWIS, tJeueral Aiceut.
THESCENIC ROUTE ; ^^^^^.i^.^...it..
TwoThrough Trains Daily from
St.Paul and Minneapolis
Yl'llhiiuli hann roam 11 Ins allh I hi fast Train*^of all lines for the
The Direct and Only Line Kiiiuilni: Through^I 'al H I el wea n
MinneajHilisand Da Moines, hi..
VIAAL1IKKT I.KA AMI KOItt IXIIM.K.
SolidThrough Trains Between
jMinneapolis ^ St. Louis
IAmi the Pr'n -iii.il Cities n* tin- M^safsatMri am!^aassWatlsM in I'lilon Oepol for all |m^iii1s^Soiiili and Southwest.^Man- hours saved, ami the ON l.V LINK run^^ning trains daily to
KANSASCITY, LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON,
Makingconnections with the I'nlon Pacitlc^iind Atchison, To|tcka ^ Maiiln Kc Railways,^j Close conn,.bQMM made in I'uioii |ie|M^t Willi all^trains of th^-St. Paul, Mmnca|^olis ami Mauito-^1 ha. Northern I'acillc, St. I'uui ti Huliilii Rail-
CanMake Better Time by Mail in Reaching Every^Point in the State than any other^Newspaper in Montana.
SENDIN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITHOUT^LAY AND ORDER THE STANDARD^SENT TO YOUR ADDRESS.
GOEAST AWL^ WEST VIA
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
AllPoints North ami ftortkwttt.
si.LsMftM U.iilwitv Jtri- ^-oin|M.si'i. ^^f ^'onifortuliU*^l^:ty ^ o;n 1m^*. NlH^nitti t-nt I'uIIimhii rli i l+UM^i'Hi s. Miiitoii KiH'liiiiu^ ^ l.air 1'uim. ami our just
Palace Dininp Cars.
OUTEARLY EVERY MORNING.
1vi ll.s. of Itacitatre checked Fltl'.l^. I'are al^^ways as low as the lowest. For I line lahles.^Ihroiuth tickets, etc., call i.|m^ii tin- nearest ticket^aitent or w rite to
Gen'lTicket and Pass. Agent,
BetweenAn.-tcomla. Untie. Helena, Marysvllh-, rM^ I I I,'^ / ' 1 I I / ' \ i ' / i^SI. Paul, MinneaiMihs t'hica^o andIHIV V Ills AVTU
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Theonly line ninniUK Palace Sleeping Cars,^Luxurious Hhiiiik t'ars. Magnificent I lay ^ 'oaches^and Free Sle^^pint: t ars for Second ^ las* I'assen-^Kvrs between
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
Trainleaves Hutte daily 8 :M a. ni.
JheDir\ir\g Car Route au-vd Qreat^Short Lir\e to all
AUI.THBOOUH TKA1NS are Equipped with^Fullmau and IliniiiK Cars each way.^Fast and West.
troughFullm.in Car from Butte
UseFastest Tune to and from Chicago, Canada^and Eastern Points.
SleepingCars In charge of Train Porters^for accommodation of Second Class^Montana Passengers Free^of Charge.
_, , _ - _ . ^, , _ | Milwaukee unit Chicago. Its trains
Safety.Comfort and Courtesy for Our : . ... .. , ^ - ,
**' iicct with tlinsi- of tli^^ Northern Inn
Hutteto St. Paul In 4s hours.
.Is the KiiMt Mail Short Lino from St. I'uui^| and Minneapolis vim l.a ('n^w mill Mil-^^ waiikee to CMM0B mill all |m^intH in the^KiiHtern Stati-h and Canada. It is the only^line iiinler one maiiuireinoiit Ik-Iwii-ii St.^I'uui ami ^'liif-aK^^. ami is the Finest^K^|tii|^|m^^l Railway ih the Northwest. It^is tin- only line rmnniig I'lillniaii IlrawiiiK^K^m^iii SliM-piiiK Cant with liixiirimis sniok-^itHf rtMMiiH, and tin- finest iliniiiK earn in^the world, via the famous ^River Hank^Route,^ along the ahores of LiUr Pepin^and the Iteautiful Mississiiipi River to
itile (.rami Union Do|^ot ut St. Paul. No^I elianire of ram of any cIukh ImMPsMI St.
A.C. ivkh, den. Maniuter, Helena.
H.H. I.ANCI.F.Y, Hen. l'ass. Airt.. Helena.
I.E. HAWSON. tlen. Agent. Butte.
timetallies, ami full information apply to^any nMSMM tii-k^-t wni in the North-
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow I'rcparcd to Deliver Coal from its
MINESRT RED LODGE
Toconsumers in this city. Foi domestic and steam purposes^Rocky 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.
E.L. Homier ^ Co., I leer Lodge.
TheMinera' l umtx r Compuny. Butt*-,
U.E. Millis. Park City.
RushaA nuiley. Big Tiiuher.
L.S. Hoilier. Boseiuun.
FatesA fonnell Company, Aiiaeoniht.
teo. '1'. Young, Livingston.
\V.II. WhiU-. Stillwater.
ForAnaconda, Deer l/nlgc, Carrisou.^^Blel.-iia, Philipshiirg and Missoula. .. I^.00 a. m.
*KorAuacomla8.J0 a. in.. 4.:tn and T.30 p. ni.
ForAnm-onda, Ilwr I^xlgi-, I iarrison
sadall through |K^ints Fast to St.
Paul,St. Louis and Chicago: als^^ to
Pints West, viz: Missoula, Spokane^alls, Tacoma, Portland and San
Francisco3.00 p. m.
ForStuart, Ileer I^odge and Oarrlson^(Freight trains)6.20 a. in. and s.oo p. m.
Steamshiptickets for all points in Europe via^say line crossing the Atlantic at cheap rales.
Forfull information address
CHAS.^. FEE, Oeu i Passeneer Agt.,^St. Paul. Minn.
V-HiVAKi, Oeneral Agt.. am Main St..^1Opp. Honaer Mercantile Company,
Havingpurchaaed the husineHM formerly condiicte^l by James MeNulty is now pre^^parer! to furnish liia customer* with the finest hraiids of
Domestic,Imported and Key We^ Cigars
Tobe found in the city.
Fr.-r.hand choice. A well assorted st.K-k of STATIONERY.
JOS.F. MURRAY, - - Main Street. Anaconda.
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 ottlce, 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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