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THBANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3. ^^-*
RI^^SS^^rtbr^f^ ^*^^ COUNTI^.aa;Gum^owdcr.4Boattl.^^; extra touag Hy-
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SAMPRAM EN KO.
FreshCine, Oysters and Fish,
Liquor*.Cigars. Candies. Nuts and^Fniita. Butter. Fresh Egg*, and
t5per ewt.^.. _ rrirt, 93.^asr ease, as.on.
hdwr^esTper S-ti^fl at, ditto sliced, sfcfc boxes. Ma per ^; Matches,^^alt Ijske. Me: apricots, -j^c; evaporated ditto,^^Be; blackberries. 15e; raspberries, 3ftc.^GaUforala fruit*. |U*Ma per ea^a-a^ Htaadard tomatoes, aa. JR,
*^*^ rHandard corn. ^3.aB.
*a.B^tttandard pea*. a.-i.id; seconds, aj.Te.^%^% string ami Uma beans, #2.75.^Dried Bad^ Nary, as.oo per M
dors,cracked per 100 *. $1.7S. ,^Bran, per ion *^, ai.so; bran and ahorU par I SB
Lutse^^l^'d 4T Rdnt, Mort., I^CVt. II, la*, f^lea U hereby s+rea that the following
Uertuuf'Jled m^tlce of his intention
makeAnal proof In support of hi* claim, and^that aakl proof will be made before the c lerk of^the district court of Deer I^dgt^ county, Mont.,^at l^eer I-odge, Moot., on Not. W, law*, vl/.:^(iaidner Bond oa pre-emption ds^ No. ^^,.'^^. fi^r^the DWt ne^% sec. Jo, tp. 5 n, r. II w. He names^ths following witnesses U^ prove his continuous^residence upon, aad cultivation of, naid html,^viz. : Jacob Muekey, Burton Vincent, Charles B.^Joaes aad Alberto Stevens, all of Aaaconda.
Perino aubury a b^^.^^^^^; 0*dan,
KlOUrmm aw ^ a a
Cornmeal, per liio kK*S
atmeal, per 100 B^, ^4.aa.
Lard 106*1-V... .
FreshMeats^fork l.Te; beef SSBSOa, lamb,^aaarters, 7Sciifri.no. mutton 7^iftc.
SaltMeats^Ham lisauar; bacon MS; aaraed^beef iac: pork Mc; sausage V_^4d^l5e.
Coal-Per ton, hard $19, soft f9.fi*.
WoodI'er cord H.so.
BayPer too $^.'.'..^ m.
Straw-Per ton tu na.
OatsPer cwt. a-J.on.
WARM SPRING DAIRY.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
AA milk route lias been established In the City^*of Anaconda, and natrons will be supplied
promptlyand regularly.^Ths Milk furnished by the Warm Spring
AbsolutelyPure and Guaranteed^to Be Such.
GeneralRailway and Steamship Office, foot of^Main street. Anaconda, Montana.
TheMoat delect stock In Anaconda, go to
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST
Minneapolisft St. Louis Railway
TwaThrough Traina Daily from^St. Paul and Minneapolis^to Chicago
Withoutchange, connecting with ths Past Trains
ofall lines for ilm
PATRONAGEIS SOLICITED,] 8. D.
BEEBB.City Ticket Agent,^. .^ . ^J. A. LEWIS. General Agent.
AndAll Orders Will Receive^Careful Attention.
tlWest Park Street, Butte, Mont.
TheBest Conducted Restaurant^in Montana.
illA Few Reasons why It is^I ' 'So Popular :
Itla famous for its riome-Made Plea,
ItIs famous for Its Coffee,
Ula famous for its Good Butter,
ItIs famous for Its Good Cooking,
ItIs famous for its Boston Baited Beans every^Sunday morning.
ItIs conducted by a Business Man on Business
Principles,It at open at all hours. Day and Night.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
AKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
THK KKW ANU
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
BetweenAnaconda, Unite, Helena, Marvsvllle,^St. l'aul, Minnca|m^l!a, Chicago and^all points KukI.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
ThelHrect and Only Line Kiiniiing Through^t'ar^ nMMaB
Minneapolisand Des Moines. la.,
VIAALUKIIT LEA ANU KOKT DOIHJ*.
SolidThrough Traina Between
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
Amithe Principal Cities of the Mississippi, and^connecting in I'nion Depot for all intuitu^Mouth and Southwest.^Many hours saved, and the ONLY LINK run^uing truins daily lo
KANSASCITY, LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON,
Makingconnections with the I'nleii Pacini^and Atchison, Topcka 4b Santa IV Railway*
(liisnin cltons inailc in I'nion Depot with all
trainsof t he St. l'aul, M!niie.i|^iliK anil Manito-^ha. Northern I'aeitlc, HI. l'aul ^ Dtilulh Rail^^ways, from and to
AllPoints North ami Northwest.
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.
KE MI: M B1: R g^g
si.IxmiIm Itailway Hiv i-iiiii|m^mh1 of I'lmifortRt'W*^I ^;ty I ht*H. Nl ;iirnni. .m l*iillm;iu Kl^ ^ |^l ars. Hoi t^^ii Ke^.*liuiUK ^ hail 4 ais. ami our just-^1^ crlt'ttraltHi
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Theonly line running Palace Rleeplnc Cars,^Luxurious l^ining Cars, Magnificent I lay Coaches
andFree Sleeping Cars for Scan^gem between
oliilClass 1'ass. ii
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
Trainleaves Butte dally 8:10 a. m.
GOEAST AMD WEST VIA
NorthernPacific R. R.
lMlbH. of rmKKiMf** ^^iiwkwl KKKK. Fart* ml-^wa^s a.as low as tlu' U*W^*at. For linn* taltlt-H,^through li^*kt*t^, **t*-., call ii|m^ii iht* n^*art*Ht ltok**t^a^i-nl or writ** to
C.H. HOLDRI DC E,
Gen'ITicket and Paaa. Agent,
Safety,Comfort and Courtesy for Our^Patrons.
Butteto St. Paul in ^S hoars.
jKeDirvirxg Car Route and Qreat^SKort Liir\e to all
A.C. IVE^, Oaa, Manager, Helena.
B.11. LAN*!LKY, ^ieu. Vass. Agt., Helena.^1. K. DAWSON, (leu. Agent, Butte.
THKCHICAGO^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL RY.
Istho Fit^t M:til Short Lint- front St. Pitul^ami Miniii'U|M^liM via Lu Caaaaa Maa Mil-^wailkii- t^^ ( llicilgo ami all |M^intM ill tin^Kastcni States and Citnuila. It is tin- only^line under one manatrement lietwceii St.^l'aul mid t'hieairo, and is the Finest^K^|iii|^|^ed Railway ih the Northwest. It^is the only lino running I'lillnian Drawing^Kooni SleepiiiK Cant with luxurious Hinok-^ing rooniH, and the finest (lining ear* in^the world, via tho famous ^Kiver Hunk^HotiU'.^* along the ahores of Lake I'epiti^and the tieuiitiful Mississippi Kiver to^Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains eon^nect with those of Uie Northern IIuom in^the ^^rund I'nion Depot at St. Paul. V^cbsuge of cam of any class hctwii'tt St.^l'aul and Chieairo. For throuuh tickets,^time tallies, and full information apply to^any coupon ticket agent in the North^^west.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isr^o\v Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
7-TINESHT RED LODGE
Toconsumers in this city. Pot domestic and steam purposes^Pocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily^makes hot fire and-leaves little ash. Try it.
\TliroughPullman Car from Butte I Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena
ALLTHROCOH TRAINS are Equipped with^Pullman and Inning Cars each way.^East and West.
1Fastest Time to and from Chicago, Canada^and Eastern Points.
SleepingCars In charge of Train Porters^for accommodation of Second Class^Montana Passengers Free^of Charge.
GilchristBros. A Edgar, Helena.
E.L. Bonner * Co., Uoer Lodge.
Theafinertr Lmnher Company, Butte,
O.E. Millis. Park City.
Husha* Bailey. Big Timber.
L.S. Hollier, Boaemuu.
KsteHA Connell Coni|^any, Anaeonda.
G-^i. T. Young, Livingston.
W.H. White. Stillwater.
ForAnaconda, Deer Ixidge, ^ larrlsoa,^I Helena, PhiUpshurg and Missoula. S.no a. m.
ForAnaconda'^^.:*^ a. in.. 4.:^o and 7 JO p. in.
VarAnaceudit. IJi-cr I^MlgeCarrison
aud all through points r-ist to St.
Paul.St. I^uls and Chicago: also to
PilotsWest, viz: Missoula. Sfiokane^alls. Tin-onia, Portland and San
Pram-iscoS.00 p. m.
ForStuart. I leer I^odge and liariison^(Krel^ht trains)a.aft a. m. and a.aa p. m.
ateamshlptickets for all points In F^aay line crossing the Atlantic at cheap
Forfull information address
totsIn Furope via^rates.
(HAS. s FEE, lien 1 I'HSsenger Agt
JAB.atoCAIO, General Agt.. MS Main St..
Opp.Bnaasr MeraanUle Corapaay,
Havingpurchaarxl the business formerly conducted by James MeNnlty is now pre^^pared to furnish his customers with the finest hrauda of
Domestic,Imported and Key We*' Cigars
Tobe found in the city.
Freshand choice. A weU aaaorted atock of STATIONERY.
JOS.F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
ROMthe date of its first number the Standard will have^more readers than any Other daily new spaper 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.
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