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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1889.
BACKFMOM THE PARK
TOLD!N A LNE OR TWO
,tmwml mm n%mv%mmm l'arl^ tm^Hm Vr I k^tt ^tmmr.^^ ^^f Iter stalMlnr.l.^Ttar Aimm'immIm |MtffriiiiM who mt-x tan^ainnrthltUT ovit m month it|r^^ f^^r tlx* Yel-^|^t^I uurk, retiiruetl to town ^ ^n r'ntluy^afternoon. Tliey l.a.k. ^l Duur tin* ^i^ix-^fur tUmr fxp*^it^tu-**, ^^^^-^*pt tlu.1 tin- iw~^^of the littlto* exhibited rulher an e*liilitr:i-^tioii of t-otor. i'tif thin peo|^h* euiiie Ivwk^fat, ami thf fat ^^m-^ Usui, ao all wre ,^plt-ttMil. TIm* party all t lee lure thut tli.-y^Itatl a apleiithtl time. TIm- horrtica ^^t^t-ttnip Itiaeuit art* l.a Aet| I mm* k upon u^^merely no litany temporary huirataaa.^whit-li haw vanialietl into tla- tlepllia of^the paat, an the rvverii-ert^iit^iia ot tli^- :^rook a wliiapor have ttintlty liwn awui-^luwiil up in tta* iMiwiiuf tin- everltiatiu-f^hilla. r or the ta-iit-tlt ot IImmm- wli^^ ar^-^interesitetl in knowuig, the nun^ ^ of ila- .
Kirty art' Mrs. StuUuiu.ii, Mia* fc.ll^'ti-^^tkir. Mlaa Hallaltaii, Ur^. fw-kov.-r.^Mii^ ( uiiu, Mrn. Mt-lt'lMT ami Mr^. 1 utile.^Six gentlemen were expts-tts.1 to eoniplete ;^tlM* party; lait ulua for tlit- Uwli'w titlarie ;^of a vwion! tour, for out- rt-aHoii uutl :^auotht-r, vuiiiahetl till two only were lett.^Like tlie liruxe onis of 1 ueriuo|m^lu*^tliey atoutl ill tin- ffup, uutl tlareti wliat wum '^hetore tlH'iu, ami were even uiitlaiintttl |^by tile HUiuri'-4tiou of one of the younger ,^lullle- til.11 tliey were two Mormon filler*^tmvitlinif Willi tlM-ir wivea. 1 wo teuma^tt\itl two Muldte horHfM eurrietl tlie party,^aiifl it erew ot tour Itatkt-tl out for the^work it tfuiiiHtei', two laiya ami ii nmk.^Woe to tlie iiiiiaturtl-plualfr tiiat eiiretl^that eook of Iter eoitl! t'rovitlenee la - :^Mtrotle iter with ImMMM^ an.I liie iliu of^Iter voeul elarion lasum.- an tlie murmur^^^t xt-pltera umoiiuT tlie pines; hut mis^^taken philuulliro|iy Hiuorit.tet! niuntanl,^mill a howl as of isairiiiM. waters was let^loose on the pally tor thirty lonu; ilays.^Tin' trip ilow11 was l^y way ot tlie I'i|m-^Htollf pa-s, ilowu tin* Jeileraon valley,^then the Gallatin, tlimiiirh Bo^WMMi ami^Livingston to the Yellowslolie valley, ami^the nee to the park. The air was smoky,^and the roads dus.y down to tlie \ ellow-^stoue valley, r roni there on the air^elearttl, anil tltf isniiIm were excellent.^Twelve days were s|ieiit ill tlie fKirk, ^iv-^ili|f ample time to see what was to he^seen. i he party visitetl the Mammoth^sprniKs. tlie Norris liuaill, the falls anil^Wl-uml eanyoli, the lake and natural hrid|rc,^and the upper ami lower tjeiaer linama,^while some desei'iided Mount Washhuru.^A eamp ol one or two days was inutle at^eaeh plaee of interest, and at Yellowstone^lake i'lloii-fh llsh was eutiirlit to last till'^party a week. The traveling in tlie park^was excellent, with plenty ot irfnss for Un^^horses ami very few Hies. On the 15lli of^Aiurust the parly were eaiurht in a mill^storm, which mhiii turned into sleet, mak-^^ ^ifr things unpleasant, hut not interferiiiK^with the good liiimir of the party. The^ice froze that night in the litieketa nearly^all inch thick. The only wilil animal that^interfered with the party was a |^olc cat,^who t(ot into the ladies' tent in the uiurht^while they luckily slept on in hlissful nn-^foliscioiiHIiess of its existence. The cook^was the llrst to wake up. She hail a niirlit-^mare in which she tin aui.-d that tin* meat^was iMiruiiiK- The trip liue k was hy way^of Harris* lake, through Virginia City up^the Madison valley, then through the Itnliy^l^ai k hy way of l'i|Msioiio pass to Hollo^and them e to Aiiacoiiiln and home.
ATTHE COUNTY St AT^^^The Mimi.tiisra-- iiaii.v ..1st ^r Iii:. i^ ~iiiiu
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DtHHII.OIH.K, Sept. o. The I loan I of^t'ouuty ^ iinuiiis.-loiiers met in regiil.ii- ses-^si.^n .vest.-rcay. tlc-re la-iiif1, a lull lioaisl^present. No tmsiiioss of importance has^I/ecu tralisa. led up to this time except the^allowing of a few small hill-.. Huriiitt^yi'stciilay ami lo-ilay tl^t' Issird has lit en^eotisiileriuir tlM* appointment of judges of^the el.i'tioii pn-eiiicts, ' ill the list is in^^complete and w ill not Is- gfcpaM out until^tomorrow ait. -i'n.siu.
Tin-mnrriaue of Henry H. Davis, demo^^cratic candid.He lor county surveyor, to^Miss Lizzie Woolfolk. will take place^Wednesday moiiiillif at o'clock at the^I'resliyteri.ui church. The oflh iatinjj^minister will l^e Rev. I). .1. McMillan,^president of Montana colh'^c.
Mr.Thos. Ford, of tin- upper Deer^Lodge valley, is visiting the city in attend^^ance till till' Hoard of f omiuissiollers.
r.O'Lear.v, attorney at law. of Ana^^conda, is visit inif the capital of the county.^He thinks Deer Lxxlge the most heaiititul^town in the t. rritory.
H.K. Whitehill, attorney, of Auacoiida,^came down this moriiiiiK to visit his^family.
W.A. Hi'intley, of l*p|^or I^eer Ixtlge^valley, was in town to-day. He is always^a welcome visitor.
Tlieprobate jutlgf to-day issued a mar-^riuire license to William Killiher and^Hridiret Flainiaifhaii, Itoth of Anaconda.
W.F. Flinty, repiih^iean candidate for^clerk and recorder, has just returned from^IMiilipshurK ami Granite, where he has^Ihh-ii to look after his 'xilitical fences.^They are in hail repair in that part of the^country.
Thet 'ollegc of Montana will o|m*ii day^after to-morrow. Students are hrwhinltUf^to conic in ami hy the .lay of ;.|^e1111m it is^expected the dormitories will In' pretty^full.
Anew luillilitf company has just Im-cii^incorporated under the name of the Mag^^nolia consolidated mining eoiii|Htiiy, with^a capital stock of .Mm,n ^i shares of the par^value of 5^ 1.1Xi iht shai-e. S.-vcii dii*cctors^were selected last evening. Hon. Win. 4.^(ialliraith was eleetetl president and .John^F. Straiihal s.'.-r^*tary. The cor|Miration^mill develop the Magnolia and Blue^^loiiutaiii I.hIcs in the tlrii Finn milling^district, within a half mile of the ^ ham-
Itiolllllille. The olliee .if the compall.V^MM Imv ii o|^'iied ill the Klein, Schmidt A^t'.i. hl.m-k ami ttic st.M'k has hccii pia. *-il^on tin- in trki't at ten cents imt share^Twenty six thousand shares nave *MMi^taken ei-day hy parlies outside of l^eer
(MMMptoa st.s k is selling at from 7t^^^ eiits to one dollar per share, and Moun^^tain Linn at \-\'. cents.
AtI o'l'hs'k this aficrliis.il only -It*^voters had registered in the Dc^-rl.^Mlgc^r^-i;i--tnitioii watrict.
Thrj'are W'i.lc Awake.
tptHmtt ^ the Stan.kiril.
DKKKLotniK, Sept. .I. -Tile ii^ ni.M-r.its
ofDeer L.Mlge held all enthusiastic llle.-t-
iur t.Mii-flit in the engine house. A chili^was orgiui/ed with tin iiiciiiIm'I's, in the^1 belief tlu t tlii- roll w ill run to :ttai meiubern^as the cauipaigii advances. TtliWIf W.^|Ward was elected president of the club^iiul W. H. Trip|h't Heeret.try. Arrang.-^knt*uta weri* matle for thorough orgaiiizu*^|ioii in order to provide for as largo it^t'gistry as possihlc. At the inc..ting en^^thusiastic spcecli'*m were made hy Ii. S.^Icily. A. H. Mitchell. James It. McMa ^^[rs and others. The hall in Kluusch-^Viilt's block has Ix'eti si eiin d and will lie^four nights in the week. I'rep.ir.i-^iis have Im-cii made for a grand rally^}%i TueMliiy night when distiugniKlMtl^takers from out of town will lx* prt-s-^Ktlt. The ilcuifMTittM of De^ r Lodge wish^TWa aitntMinee that tliey are in for tlie light^from now until election day. ami they^dirii't want anylMMly to forget it.
Srimpynays, for a girl to cut a fellow^klitl pretend never to have seen him, 15^lint-tea after he haa Im-cii iutroduc^-d to^liutmjdeueed mean.
In-amery butter at C*. M. Parr's.
Babycarriages at eoat at tine Bee Hive.
Picturefrana-i math' to tanler at the lh-e
Milwell. t|M- watchmaker. 1st the He.
La-ksrepairtsl and keya flttetl at tin-^Bee Hive.
Goto Hawea for Hue work ill photo^^graphs.
Dreiaetlapriug ehiekeii tui h-e at f. M.^Parr'a.
Tallat f. M. Parr'a f.w Mne vtMifee-^tionariea.
Excellentis tin- Hniah of Hawes's pboto-^graphic art.
Haveyou aeen those tine hanging lani|M^^at the He*^ Hive*.'
KatesA Council have re--civttl their new^fall atot-k of clothing.
Photographsin all tla- latest novelties^at Hawea's l'alaee Studio.
Forstyle, gtaal gaaala and a |s rfcct tit.^go to Katt-a A Council's for your clothing.
Newunderwear, over-shirts, neck wear,^hats anil caps, laaila anil sin as. at Kates^A CouneU'a.
Ayoung daughter of Mr. T. H. Ma I lory^ia slowly recovering from it st vert- attack^of typhoid f^-ver.
Aftertlie 15th inat. Mr. H. F. Malum^will receive the uiinillg stia'k tpiolatiolis^of the St. Louis market tlailv.
Thewonth-r ia that in a town of tin- size^of Anaconda cattle of every description^arc freely allowed the undisputed right of^way.
Ifyou want a g^aal Domestic, Imported^or Key West cigar, go to D. Tietjen's^cigar store, corner 1st ami * ^ak streets.^Anaconda.
Kste.sA t'oiiuell are uiai king lii.-ir new^st.m'k of clothing and furnishing gaaals at^prices that will please all who want first^class goods.
Tha-Alert Hose company will hold an^important business meeting this evening.^All lueuila-rs arc reipiestcd to Is- in at-^t.lidauce.
StreetCommissioiier Vineyard has^nearly completed the work of cleaning up^the town anil is now engaged in Idling up^the crossings.
Ifyou want a suit of clothes made to^order call at Kstcs ^ Council. They have^over ;*M^ samples to select from, and guar^^antee a perfect lit.
H.F. Malum is agent for the Alps Min^^ing Coui|Hiiiy's st.M'k the rich gold milli^^on Harvey Creek. Tlie stia-k is selling at^present at ten cents.
W.J. Johnson having purchased the^IIxtiirt's of the Cornelius sal.Min on Main^street, has restta-ketl the plaee anil put^John Guler in charge
K.Jiicolisoii, proprietor of the Anaconda^Furniture Store, has just MJWMh) up one^of the llllest lilies of furniture at the low^^est prices in Anaconda.
Fornew sailor's turliaiis. names anil all^the latest novelties in fall millinery, go to^Mrs. T. H. Mullory on Main street. ^^p|Ms-^site Montana hotel.
J.F. Murray has closed tin* hotel harla r^shop, and having recently purchased Jus.^McNulty's cigar store, is now devoting his^attention to that husim-ss.
TheMontana Lumber A Pr^ a luce com^^pany will name you laittom prices on hay.^grain anil feed in large ami small lots.^Thev carry the largest st.M'k ill town.
Thenew hall on First street, built by^/.. Kvans, will la- completed la-fore^the end of the Wil li. It is HbM feet in^size with thirteen anil a half feet ceiling.
It.F. Milium, deputy clerk of the Dis^^trict court, has issued during the past i'oiu-^ilays moil- than five hundred naturaliza^^tion pa|a-rs |o foreigners ii'-iiling in Ana^^conda.
(icorgcHai ieh Uaa moved hi- (.roeoi-y^r-t.irc to the brick building upgif ttz~ lesol.l^stand on Fi.-st stii-.-t. The new ptl Illfaw s^are neatly and convciiiciilly lilted up and^the st.M-k is materially iiici*.-ascd.
Nol.l.'tVKhret arc .'ompletiiig arran^re-^meiits to lease their planing mill to An^^derson A* Thomas. Sir. hhrct cx|h*^ ts to^Ill-ike a visit t.i his boyli.MMl home in Al^^sace, Germany, as aiain as he is rcb asetl^from hiisiness h.-ii-.
Police.bulge Fitzgerald had an average^day's husiiicss yesterday. The following^cases well' dis|M^i*od of:
WilliamThompson, for ilisturliiiig the
ia-iieeof Front str.'.-t. was lined ten d..|-^ars anil costs, w l-.'. li be paid.^Charles Wills wtla adjudged guilty of a^breach of the HAM ami bad to represent^in the sum of live dollars and costs.
JamesKent could show no g.mmI reason^why he should Hot advance a like amount
HE USED TO l VE HERE
fora similar tsf^ordered.
NewtonSmith^Honor on a cbargt^same la'ilig duly^lined ten dollars ;^to liipiitlate be was
(III Foil, tin.ling
and it was so
peai-ed la-fore bis^vagrancy, and the^istalltiate.1. be was^osts. Mi-iuu lllluble^oinmilted.^winter approaching
andlacking suitn'^le up|atrel for that aca^son, surreptitiously helped himself to a^white niaii s coat anil vest. As a result^be was awarded thirty days in the city-^jail.
.lamesHyau ami Joseph Mi-Ilityre were^simply charged with la-ing diiink, ami the^evidence not la-iug siittlcieiit to convict^them, they were ^lischarg^tl.
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Augii.-'t:tl, I**!!:^It irktnind, Malts^Haulf, John II.^Raulf, Mrs. Mai a^Rirmliiitlittni, Fi'itnclfi -
I'.u-tt. Frank 1
Bradley.Kd. It.^Iturict-, Mrs. I.II. n^i 'arlauB, s. \\ .^i ':ii lsoii, ph Julian^i Itartex, Harry^i 'iiiiiHillcy. 'riiom.is^i 'ralg. A.' I.. ^-^^i niter. V.i.^l Ntfr) . I ii la i ii^I wwwri aii M.^1 turn us. IB an a^Klklua, I.omis^l-'ariian. I'at^Fitzicerulil, Wm. M.^Flfrr, K. j.^rranltniit/- Jtili
I'l .is i . JatUtaz 11. 3^i Italtlitrit. ^ liarlrj T.^Hrtali . ^^ii. Thos. .1.^Ilittalikk'l, KtMla^.l.i kson ^w Leaiy
Incallinji for Ihrai^must c.dl f^^r advert i^date of this list. i^iected f-ir ci.-h Ictte
withintwo weeks till^dead letter olliee.
uiiclaim.*ilin Ana-^r til.- week ending
.lohnsoii.Miss Itrtar)^^ loi .loti. \i ,ss M;ir^^l-aek. Haraiat^Mail,I,-1,. .lolin^M.-^'nl.v. M. .1.^M- I -.iH 1,1. .lain, s \\ .^M-Kcl-A. Han^Milias, Ii p^Miller. Otuirles K.^W.
Murray.\\ lan.l,^i lisou. A
IHiwrra,j*n e. I'..^Ituipiiiiritl^It -s. .1.,^Rule. It.^ahi'i uutl^Thalr. (1.^Waller. II .^w Hiker, MI^W ils,.n. I
leiti-rs the 4pp|je.mi
scd lettersjjj, ,.
lie cent WiJI |M. col-
r.IT not called for^^v 1m- ^^n\ l^( |j^.
II. I^. M Ml ^-^, p _\|
Illthe .Sail olliee.
YoungMan: 1 would like a pbu , on^the stall if you have any poaitioii Vacant.
Managing1.(liter: Do you ^'i'ur||nn),|^shirts, young man '.'
I'm- no. I don't.
I'msorry, sir. but I have nothing. ,,,^offer you.
I'neFar tile c olll.
Metra.-kle : I Ml that a movement in^on foot to indue, the Government to n^p,^half-cent pict-ca.
M.-Corkle:Yea, it ia thought that 1-ra-a-c^lasiplc could he induced to contribute to^church colleetiotia in that ci
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Ntaxgleia the name of Mm man who^kilhtl I crry. tla* otb-r day. in defense of^Justice .' .-hi. Naxle In, a national repu^^tation now, and th.- continent knows all^alMMit the cirt iimsiaii.-es that have made^him fam.aia. Alnua^t without exit-plioii^tla- pr^-ss ,,f the country justifies the -.|i,,i^tlutt cost Terry his life, anil th. man who^siM-ecssfuilv alut.lowetl Justice Field is^emphatically the hero of tlie la air.
Anacondaknows all alaitit Neiufla-. He^Used to lie,, here, and bis life in tla-sc^|^arts was not altogether withiMii ineiiletit.^**1 reiiM-nila r die fellow well.^ a.iitl one of^this city's ol.lcst residents last evening,^^lie came here iii I;v^.-.. I think that was^tin- year. He was small, considerably la-^lew the average size, but, la-fore be bad^la-en la-re long, everybody knew that^Ncagle pro|Musc^l to take care of himself.^Hy the way. I notice that his name ia^printed everywhere as Ncagle. My^memory is tli.it here it was always spell.si^without the '^-.' | think he came here^from Idaho. He bail lai-u in California,^anil all alamt the Northwest. I r. iii.-iiiImt^that be cam.- originally from i l-w.-go. N.^V., where bis father, who was a soldi. - in^the I'nioli army. Im.i-c an excellent reputa^^tion. My memory is,^ continued tin- gen^^tleman who talked to a Si \Mi\Kli ro-^|m.rti-r. ^that Ncaglc's llrst work was on^the Hume that nilla ikmro the canyon to I he^up|m'i- works. I think it was here that he^had an eiieouuter with a fellow w hom he^laid out with a pickaxe. He knew how to^take care of himself llrst rate. I don't^think he was in any sense a vicicii . man,^and he certainly wua not iulcui'a-ratc. In^fad, I never saw him showing li.pior m^th^- time b^- lived her.-, lull he was always^ready to take care of himself.
Itap|M*ara that, aft.-r a time, N.-agle trot^a contract for delivering w.mmI to the An^^aconda sim-ltcr works. Il^* hail his camp^near that now under the control of Mr.^Met line. Here it bei^|M-mil, one ilay.tbat^be got into some sor' of a i|iiarn-l w ith a^man in bis employ. \i-agle was coming^down the canyon at the time. He was^prctiy ^handy M ilh a gun,^ ami the result^of the ^pl.irr.-l was that In-plant.si a hall in^tin- leg of the man w h. ,,hc as-ci ted attacked^him with a knife. No one was witness to^the iplarrel. Ncagle was arrested and the^case I,Miked a little hot for him at the^time, but be got out of if all ill good sbafa-,^and, directly t her.-after, he left ihc-c^parts, never iM-ing again he.us I of until hc^turucd up in tb^- Field-Terry all'air. ^You^can't scan- Ncagle,^ saiil one of Ana^^conda's old timers yesterday. ^He's little,^hut he's very game.
Inconvoration with a reporter for tbe^Sati Francisco ^7i^-o^i^7c the other day.^Ncagle saitl: ^I let Terry got the kuifc^ovcr bis heart almost, anil then I drew^my pistol with my left hand, as I am^left-banded, ami llissl the shot. When^Terry iss-oguizcil me he bail a terrible ex^^pression on bis face. I never la-fore^saw such a demoniacal expression in a^^nun's face in my life. It meant murder,^anil I knew it in a moment. What was I^to tlo V The thing was done in less time^than it takes to tell it. I tried to stop^Terry, as I have auid, without drawing^my pistol. I might just as well have iried^to atop n tornado or monkeyed with a^wat. rs|m ut. Tin ts' was a terrible gleam^in his eye. He bail turn.si away from^Field and I was to la- bis victim. I didn't^want to la-, although I la-lii-vc I would^have Im-cii cut to pieces if Terry had MM^lost hi- head for i MMMMr-tat, Therefore |^claim that I did try to do my duty a- an^olllcer ill the BrM place.
tilerin t aris.lt.
Theis--istry olliee iii Carroll reports m^total of 14:i names on the le i. The olhec^of registry is in Walker's hotel. This^oltioc takes care of C.irr ^ll. Warm Spring^and Lost t 'is-ek.
Thework of aubatitutilur iron for w.muleii^buildings at the -inciter works is progress,^iug rapidly*. The lioitcr house and p-.wer^hoiiacs ais-already enclosed. The frame^work of the Hew smelter is all ml com^^pleted.
Workmenarc l iving a double track for^the smelter high line.
Thenew brick machine in the works^near the Auacoiida I 'ommcrcial company^will he In running oislcr-by the close of^this week. It will have a capacity of^ll'.uim Ills- brick |a-r day. The machine
(uts a pressure of over jii tons on five^trick..
Th.-Cansill ili-iiLM-ratii* club held a^rousing mis-ting in tla scIi.miI house at^that place, last .'Veiling. i fver Jim enthu^^siastic men w-.-is. pis-scut. Aihlmaai ii^w.-is- made by W. W. Thorutou.'Silveu^Hughes ami J. H. Hoarmaii.
liekm-w lti^* llMni-r.^The lat^- .bulge W ilki-r of Aurora. I ml.,^was. it is said, tin- |a-rsoiiitlcation of poiu-^IMisity. lie was proud of biniself, of bis^family, ami of all his iMatacaaioua. Illus^^trative of this trait of character, a story is^told of tin-old Judge. Shortly la-fore bis^death be built a splendid mansion on the^high hill hack of Aurora, .bulge Walker^was inordinately proud of this bouse,^which could l^ seen for miles up and^down the river, line day he was return^^ing home hy steamer from Cincinnati,^^ludgc Walker no s.m.m-r caught sight of^bis residence than bis whole a*t.-ution^was ll\. .1 up..ii ii. ||. woti.ler.-d if every^one else appiss-iat.sI th.- Im- oity and strik^^ing loe.it ion of the bouse. Finally bc^walketl IIfi to a stranger ami said : ^| Im-g^pardon, but ,ih can you tell me who is^the own.-r ^^f that ah palatial a I all hxaxaj^UfMl mansion on the bill '.^^ ^Y.-s, sir,^^is'pi i. si t he stranger, prompt 1 v. ^ I hat old^barn tMpft-MMJa to.ludg.- Walker, th*-biggest^f-.ol in Indiana, alihotigh he ihiuks him^^self a -a!'^-.^ T he Judge's curiosity was^^ ^lit-: i^ s.,tolled.
I'uiII ^^ I ami in ti.
Apeculiar accident happened to a horse^iM'loiiging i't llai \^ iuioii. Conn., the other^day. A uoi-.- WmM l,--.ii-il in tla- barn, and^on go.ug to si-.- w li.it the trouble was, th.*^men found the h teat!! lying on Lis side u lb^one of his hind i.-g- .-.eight in his montll^hetwcieii the boof and tha posiern joint.^A ft.-r . , .as,,|. i ib|e irouble, attended,^the Hartford /^^^-'. h) no little danawr of
gettingbadly hurt by lb. struggling of i he^aiiim it. h.- w.i- finally is-lc eeij from his^uncomfortable poaltiutl apparently none^tin- -^v,.i'-. for the adventure, Appwn etl
thehorse, w l lit- light Mg Mies, re e l,. I h.s^head amtlttaj to bill* th* iii oil. and at the^same lime raised his t ,. a it, stamp tueni^oil ..lid got e.iughl iii that w.,y.
-a.illl.-li.iug i 1.1, i ii..lis ttlMlttl It. *
KrnMIht. Waahingtoa l*uat.
Itis not our iliafamitioii to alarm the^puhlie, but wh.-n wi^ at a- all flic Kunifieuil^kings ami eni|a-rora and potentnMta unit^iM.t.'lltalt^es going about hugging ami^kissing each other are f.s-| that war is hov^^ering ill tin* Immediate vicinity of the
pis-senttime and that lh^- market prif
Americanhrcadstufla ia crouching for a^pretty tall spring.
Tin-%t r.ma I lull.
Wifeito husband coming in late- : Hero^you are with a big head again, John. Ami^it tsHliea from that baleful old club, ttai.
Husliunil:Yihi juab la^t it due*, wife:^but I don't Illume that club 'aiiiucb as I do^that heaatly p'liahmau. He ia tla- mull^for you to tackle.
INFOR THE PiGHE
la-lsi,p. Ileiimml. i.. llii,K Keaaly for iii.^tta-tol.cr I ^^ttteal.
|^snil loth.- Standard.
Hi.i.r.M.t.Sept. :i. This city .iiul county^feel tla- imiM-tlla that was given to the^^leiiKa-ratic licki-l in tb^- state i-niiu iui.ui^held ill Anaconda. It may la- said, a it li^^mit aueee-aaful coiilra.li.tioii, th.it the^ileniia-rnls of Lewis ami I lark wi re never^~o w ell organized aa I Lev are to-tkiy in^every precinct of the tajaitity. In evi-ry^ward of Helena eiithuautsm prevails.^Kvery i-ffaart has las-u put forth in ihe^.his ^ lion of making tin- registry as com^^plete as laaaaible. It has las-u iliacoveretl^that the new law involves many new fea^^tures, but these will la- fully . ompliisl^with so far as that is found lo la* within^th.- range of |ais.aihility.
InHelena th.- work of organisation has^la ,'ii piisbisl with ciitbiisiasiii. A eily^^h'tiMM-rutie club has Im . n organized. I ho^attt-iitlunee at its llrst meeting, last even^^ing, was so much larger than bad las-u^anlici|vat.sl that all informal ratification^m.s'tiiig was la id ami the greatest en^^thusiasm was evinced. Major Magiunis^was present. Hia a|M-t-t*h touch.-.1 on thc^vit.il issues hivt4%*etl in th.- cain-^p.iign ami was tsss-iv.-il with uii-^la.iimUsI ciithii-iasin. Judge I'.-uila-r-^loli ami Juilgt- Mel ..im.-II were present^ami ts.th gentlemen wets- tsa-civcl in a^spirit that gave assurance of earnest mil^enthiiaiaatie auiajaart of lb.- ticket framed^at tla* atate i'oliventiou btst w.-.-k. lutcr-^eat in this city c.-iilcrs partially in tin-^.-IVoris ^,f | la- youug.-r eh'meiil in the^il.'iu...-r.itic lairty. I lie. are the ims.1^i-arn.-st worker- in the tie-It I an.l th.-y^pro|m,-c lo lake an active part ill tin- can^^vass until its eioeis
Tlit* retriatralkaji law is severely criti^^cised in iii.ui't.v ami in th.- a . lion of
Molilaliaeast of Hcl.-na. ITie Liuslcli-^atajIM- registrati^^ii law has las-u hel|.ful^to tla' d.-m.m-iaii^- canat*. The law is in-^1i-iccly unpo pular tliroiigh.ail t-aatcrtl^aAoMtatla. Re|Marta of lb.- haislships r.-^sub iug f is ii 11 its ,ippbi-;it ion ais- c. .iist.mt l\^coining in. A letter is-. I veil to-day m.-ii^lion-eight.-.-ii voters w ...i arc one hun^^dred and twenty miles fisiui th.- neat.-si^place ef registration. Then ais- buiubssls
Hon.Joseph K. T.miIc ami .ludgc Pcm-^la-riou, il.-m.a-rat'.' m minces for potcnior^aml attoriic,v-gcm-ral. startcil t.sslay for^Fi-rgiis county,twin n- tla-.v will visit re-^mote si'ttlcmeiits seventy mib-s from tin-^la dr. mii Is. Mr. T^Mile's ap|M^iiitineiits ais-^alls ady ma.lc for every day of tla- t-aiie^paign. I liber s|M-akcrs w ill follow I lies.-^gelltlelllell ill the Held until every sas lioll^is visitisl.
Asurvey of the entire Held at this time^shows the .l.'IIKa rats evcryw here unit.si.^alert and eonlldeiit. ami tin- opinion of^conservative judge- ia that nothing but^the haislships of the registration act can^|aa.silily prevent complete ami sweeping^iIi-iii.M-ratic siicccaa.
VIra. I ...in Ii Ii ii K miekeit lit el-a llarli-t% I rs-^I ci.,-.- t^^ a l'H,,iiK^-r Train.
Mrs.J. W. Coiigldiu. tin- wife of a la^^ta.ring man living on lilair street near^Wi'sti-ru avenue, St. Haul, hail an exciting^cxfa riciicc one afti-rii.m.n la a week,^Imis'ly csi'apiiig d.-atb in a peculiar acci^^dent. She was walking along the Mani^^toba track, at a poini whets- it cm v.-a lis^waisl the city. Her Ml wcis' covered^wiih a lai'g.- sun-l m iim.'t ami ajyj di.l m.l^b.-ai* th.* train as it cam.* tearing around^till- curve Maf her at a s|a-*sl of forty^miles an hour or tin- whi lit' that as a*^blown to warn her of tla* danger. Th.-^tr IM could not Im- stopp. il and as th.* cii-
gille.r is-. er-ed sic,mi III- .'lose.! bis eyes
toavoid the au I II i ight that appeared in^^evitable. TIm- train slopped within aim^, fc.-l. bill ii -^%.,-- i.mi lute. ^triking lh.* w.s^man in the hack w ith tcrt-illc force die en^^gine fhrea lie:^ from lue ir i.-k over i b.n-l.^^ He fence t.iiid.ug iiisii it and into a va^^cant lot. There she lay motion!. her^skirls thrown over her h.-ail.
Aalh.- train atopped tla rtmtllM't,a^ and^several pas-ei^g. is jump. .I to tin giounil^ami ran low.usl ibi- uiil'ortu'ian- uoiitaii.^Suddenly there was a rustle of white gar^^ments, a pair of arms pi- itruded from un^^der the skirls alMiul her b.'.nl. and in a^sis-oiii I in* ii'*- a woman w buar r-yea Haatail^His* st.mmI atiirii,g at th.* now Aaiottlaked^MM. She adjusted tin- new MMe-tnMMta-h^and shaking ^ w^ ll-hi-owiicd hand at the^eoiiihietor she exelaitiiisl: ^Thai's righi.^look at in.*. I like to know if it all^! bad^'liough to mash my clean clothes all up^without stariii that way; rot your dirty^engine.
Thero#it of her s|ass-b is.ul.l not Im-^hciitsl, ami as she started out across tin-^lot at a rapid pa.-.- tin* trainmen MJofcrd at^- each other in amazement. H. for, start^^ing again the engineer took a careful sur^^vey of the cowcatcher to see thai nothing^had Im'I'H broken.
llowtill* Monitor \% i-iil II..a II.
Awatchman in one of the departments^at Washington who MMM not want to la-^4|U^.t.s| recently -iiid: ^I was iin oidiiiary^' seaman on th.- origin.il Monitor w hen she^went down oN Hatter.is. She was no*
builtfor heavy seas, and waa la-mg towel
bythe steamer KImmIo IsI.iu.I. It ia not^known, bill it is a la. ' that the KImmIc^1 - Ltii.I cam*- near going down with our^honta and nolmtly w.add Imte la-en left fat^te|| tin- laic. T he hawser either parted or^was i-ut. We we is* sinking anil the^Kltnde Island wa- slow in ge,i:ug out her^Im^.iI-. W^- Ihi.iigiil she was going to ile-^serf us. 'I hi- In-a . y gu.is of tin Mouilor^w.-is- lurnc.l on her by some of tin- MMM^iiml w^* int.-mleil to MoM h.-r out of the^water before Me w.-nt down. Ju-t as we^wets, alaaii to Bra Ihe shot tin- IcImmI.-
Islaml'slaiats w.*re loa-eissl. The shot^was not lir.-d. If tor Rhode I-laiul bail^la-.-n prompt none of air nu-ii would have
Im-.ii lo-t. ^1\i.-.'ii Went dowll.
lh.-Hi iii Mi.- nilut.
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(ala.lys ellusi\et\ i *, I ii.-lc Joe, tin-^g\p-^ who told my foriuiie -ay- I am lo^marry a iiohlemuli.
I'cel.- Joe: Well, Id's liope for 1 lie Im si .^Y'oii MMkl d-. . yoii know.
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