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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7, 1889.
AnBtTlMd bsmI Cor-^wtod Bnrj Day.^Kogar^Granulated, per 100. *^^^ ^*.*^; ,U^ht^brown, SS.OU; pulverized H ft A. New \ork,^tlU^; loaf. ^13.10, maple V * ^^^^^.. - .
Coffee-Market stroujc; green Rio, ltkSKMc:^Ci^U Rica, 1M^SM-; Java MaudahliitK,^Mocha, 37Q40r; roasted Klo and Costa Kica, JUS*^3ur; roasted CartuUo, sac; roasted Mocha and^Java,aaaaoc; Arburklr'*, S6p.
TeasJapan, sWjtfUcj Kniriish breakfast, ^0c^^^1.00; Gunpowder, IHMW extra Youuk My-^aon TlstfcSi Tgt
Pickles Kastcrn^3 gal., 92.so; Steal., ^:i..-jU, lo^Sal., ^^^.(^^.^Potatoes^91.7S per cwt.^gHw^- l'er cwt, fa.^Emm per case, Sm.^i.^Butter, per ^^, 3fl^^40r.^Cheese, per lt^, JK^!^v,
Fruits-Driedapples, per R-t^ packages, 7Bc^^^1.00: ditto sliced, ^^^* boxes, 1*! per *^; |^-aches.^Halt Ijike. 16c: apricots, 2Se; evaporated ditto,^u^e; hlacklicrricK, ISc; rasplierries, 3fic.^California fruits, Sft.tMWwJ.SO per caae.^3-t^ Standard tomatoes, ^:i.ir^,^. 2-lb Standard corn, Sa.oo.^\S a-^^ Ktaudard |^cas, tw.no; seconds, a-.^.75.^a-1^ string au^l I .una lieaus, ^'.'.76.^Dried Beans-Navy, Sti.OO l^er 100 ^; Lima,^^7.00; Itayos. 9t\.ir,.
Wheat.No. 1. per 100 *, ^^.'.00.
Corn,cracked, per ion ^^, S1.7S.
Hran,per too t^, ^I.M^; bran and shorts |ier 100
Ftoiirl'er 100 s^,Pillsbury-s be*t,*4.30; Ogden,^^3.ft0; Htraguc ^Daisy ^ *^.U0.^Corn meal, \n-r U^i ^^, ^-,.io.^oat meal, per M^ ^^. *4 .-^^.
KrcHliMkiIh I'nrk MS) l^eef w^joc. lamb,^quarters, 7ftcf.61.uu; million 7^'H.^f.
HaltMeat*^Ham KKflJOC; lutcon V5c; corned^beef Id-: pork 15c; sausage l-.'^aiftc.
Coal-l'erton, hard Sl!i. soft $11.50.
Wood- Per con I S4.fto.
HayPer Um ^an.in.
Straw l'er ton SlJ.is).
Oats- Her cwt. S-j.ui.
SAMPRAM EN KO,
FreshGame, Oysters and Fish, Buggies,Carriages,
Liquors, C^gar^, Card es. Nuts and^Fruits. Butter, Fresh Eggs, ana
Kat First Street.Anaconda. Mont.
LMkMMIat Hki.k.na. Mont., I
tet. 11, 1MHR. i
Noticein hereby given that Hie following-^named settler has filed notice of his intention to^make final |^roof In supi^ort of Ins claim, and^that said proof will l^e matte tiefore the clerk of^the district court of l^eer Uslge county, Mont.,^at Dtvr l-odgc, Mont., ofi Nov. -jr., Irtmt, viz.:^lianlncr llond on pre-emi^tloiids.. No. MSB, for^the Mru scV are. ao, tp. fi n. r. n w. He names^thu following witnesses to prove his continuous^residence uin.ii, ami cultivation .if. said land,^viz : Jacob Stuckey, liurton \ uk-ent, Charles B.^Jones aud Allicrto Stevens, all of Anaconda^S. W. UAMUHOKN,
WARM SPRING DAIRY.
,, A milk route lias lieeu established in the City^- /bt Anaeoiiita. and patrons will be supplied
Ihe Milk furnished by the Warm Spring
AbsolutelyPin and Guaranteed^to Be Such.
AndAll Orders Will Receive^Careful Attention.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
Generalhallway and Steamship Office, foot of^Main street. Anaconda, Montana.
21West Park Street, Butte, Mont.
TheBest Conducted Restaurant^in Montana.
AFew Reasons why It is^*So Popular :
Itla famous for lta Home-Made Plea,
Itla famous for lta Coffee,
Itla famous for lta Good Butter,
Itla famous for lta Good Cooking,
Itla famous for lta Boston Baked Beana every^Sunday mowing.
Itis conducted by a Business Man on Business
Principles,It la open at all hours. Day and Night.
IJOEL E. WHATLEY.
L ai garrison.
S.D. BEEBE. City Ticket Audit,
J.A. LEWIS. General Aitent.
JAKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
TheMost Select Stock In Anaconda, K^ to
Minneapolis^ St. Louis Railway
ANU THK KAM^^l'H
TwoThrough Trains Daily from
St.Paul and Minneapolis
Withoutchanice, conneetln^t with the Fast Trains^of all lines for the
Tile direct and Onl) l ine Kiiuuini: Through^Car^ Between
Minneapolisand Dcs Moines, la..
VIAA1.HKKT l.K.A ami KOKT !^^^1^^1k.
SolidThrough Trains Between
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
Amitile Principal Cities of the Mississippi, and^councctiuic in VaMBBj Depot for all BSaBKS^South and Soutliwcsl.^Many hours kavcil, and the ON'I.V LINK run^ntii^ trains daily to
KANSASCITY, LEAVENWORTH, ATCHISON,
Makiiurronneetlotis with the I'liion Pacific^and AteldacHi, To|M-ka K Santa Kc Itailways.^Clos^* t*oniiiM'tions made in I'nioii l^e|Hit with all^trains of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manito^^ba, Northern Pacific, St. Paul ^. ituhith Itail^^ways, from ami to
AllPoints North ami Northncst.
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^LAY AND ORDER THE STANDARD^SENT TO YOUR ADDRESS.
....ijiiillccnt Pullman sleeping^^'i.rs. Morton lie. lining chair ^ ars. and our Just
St.I.oius Railway are comiMtHcd of Coiufortalilc^ly eelebiated
Pafa cc Din ium C a rs.
GOEAST and WEST VIA^the
NorthernPacific R. R.
TheDirvirvg Car Route arxd Qreat^Short Line to all
*m* Easthrn Cities
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
BetweenAnaconda, Butte, Helena, Maryaviile,^St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago aud^all points taut.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic.
SOLIDTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
Theonly line running Palace Sleeping Cars,^Luxurious liming Cars, Magnificent I^ayCoaches^and Free Sleeping Cars for Second-Class Passen^^gers between
BUTTEAND ST. PAUL.
Trainleaves Butte daily h:10 a. m.
Butteto St. Paul In 4^ hours.
A.C. IVKS, Cen. Manager, Helena.
B.11. I.ANtil.KY, (len.Taaa, Agt., Helei^I. H. IiAWSON. lien. Agent, Butte.
IflOlba.of baggage cheeked FltKK. Fare al^^ways as low as the lowest. For time taldes,^through tickets, etc., call ii|m^ii the nearest ticket^agent or write to
Gen'lTicket and Pass. Agent,
THECHICAGO^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL WW
Iktile Fast Mail Short Line- from St. Paul
millMiiitu-u|M^liH via Ln^ Cn^Kc anil Mil-
wuiikee-to ^*liu-^iro and nil pointa iti tho
KasteriiStatfH uu^l ( aiiatht. It is the only
lineunder one imniagenieiit Ih Iwccii St.
Paul atitl ^ liieiigo, uud ia tin- FinoMt
Kipiip|MilRailway ill the NortliwoHt. It
isthe only line miming I'ullniaii Oraw ing
IttMiuiSleopinii Cars with liixurioiiH sinok-
hsSrtniiiiH, and the flucHt dinins} cans in
theworld, via the famous ^Kive-r Hunk
Route, almig the shores of l^tke Pepin
and the liouutiful Mississippi River to
, ^r\ Milwaukee and f'hieuiro. Its trains eon-
Safety,Comfort and Courtesy for Our i ^ wuh t|jok^^ of jj nort,^.ri1 uut.h in
theGrttnd I'nion I^e|^ot at St. Paul. No^change of cars of any class hetwoen St.^Paul anil Chicago. For throuirh tii ki-ts,^time tallies, and full information apply to^any coupon ticket agent in the North^^west.
OUTEARLY EVERY MORNING.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
WINESHT 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.
^ThroughPullman Car from Butte I Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
A*J.THROL'UH TRAINS are Equipped with^Pullman and Dining Cars each way,^Kast and West.
TheFastest Time to and from Chicago, Canada^and Kastern Points.
Colonistsleeping Cars In charge of Train Porters^for accommodation of Second Class^Montana l^asseiigers Pre*^of Charge.
GilchristHros. A Kdgar. Helena.
E.L. Bonner * ^^o.. IUkt L^slg^-.
TheMiners' LumhtT Company. Hutte,
O.E. Millis, Park City.
RunliaA Bailey. Hig Timls-r.
L.S. Hollior, Iloseinan.
Eatos* Connell Componjr, Ansonnda.
Oao.T. Young. Livinnton.
W.H. WbiSS, Stillwater.
ForAnaconda. Deer l^xlge, (iarrlson,^Helena. PhiUpsuurg aud Missoula. . s.nn a. m.
k^rAnaconilaa. in., *.M and 7.30 p. m.
TorAnaa-ouda, I^eer I^xlge, ^iarrlson^and all through points Kast to St.^Paul, St. Louis and Chicago: also to
PtintsWest, viz: Missoula, S|^okane^alls. Tacoma, Portland and San
Francisco3.00 p. m.
ForStuart, lieer Ixxige and ^;arrison^(Freight trains;6.'JSa. m. and S.00 p. m.
Steamshiptickets for all points In Europe via^any line crossing the Atlantic at cheap rates.^For full Information address
CHAS.8. KEK. Gen'l I*,^Jelp*erl^^
-v JAB. BfcCAIG, General Agt., SOU Main St..^1Opp. Bonner Mercantile Company,
Havingpurc-Imacd the huHiucKS formerly r^^nduet.Hl by James MeNtilty ia now pp^pared to furnish his customers with the flneat hrunds of
Domestic,Imported and Key We*' Cigars
Toka found in the city.
Freshand choice. A well asK^^rte^l 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 new spaper 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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