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A SPANISH CIGARETTE.
goosee milase ,mmafdoVU
3)*=qftW bmr dam claiamr f.
IDeipla. w~ iD fa hrdman,*. tram,?
now. J"g a pirne~h ot the taewoam
And bow youn won khi to life apa,
limpe a burg Im his heart the". lay
Thnwber Ow. Asaneb. arrows fpried -
"rwa. a b1u-bir-ld ~~rnaearawy
J load a letter Manm her to-9vgh- Mitae
And U1iw as hisoMhbet1 my h-art to write.
Oh, love! eWme. bark. hur tnwi ad kme~mms ke!"
tie? Ito youa think I woulth mi 4ar,
Witis km like yeui *IUnmd -r
And our bare tecit liabes amouusl fthe ditmw?
N4o! tUwa a kin* aaad-a elgarette..
its WIL.oD os9 OF TUE MK.sA.
Writre forw the tauWard.
The visitor to Taylor's nmuaetaun, in Den
vem Colorado, will not faill to notice
among the many curious things on exhi
hition. the partially prmserved formn of an
Indian woman, enclloed in a large gin s
case. The mummy-as it may he called
Is of llight bulld, and the shrunken feat
ures, drawsl and lacrkened by (k-ath and
time, convey to the beholder a feeling
of loathing and disgust. And yet this
hileous thing was once the beautiful In
dian maiden, Wabuameta, signifying the
'Wild Rose of the Mesa, who was the do
light of the eyes of her father, the chief of
the Utes, alnd the pt and the prkkie of tlhe
the entire tribe.
The Grand Mesa of C'olorado lays I
tween the Gunnslon and Grand tiverr. and
is a vast elevated plateau rD fcet above Ysea
level, and I. diversified by groves, lakes
and open parks. Abounding in game and
ftsh, it was a veritable paradise for tl.
Indians, and in the summer mgonths they
roamed its wide expanse in search of
game, and in winter their tepees clustered
at the foot of the mountaln in the shel
tered valley, where the clear waters of
the Gunnison andl Uncompahre mseet.
Late one afternoon in the early fall, a
few I r aago. the writer with two eomu
panio. was drseendingh the totuosa arid
dangerous trail kding fromn the Mesa to
the valley. We were returning from a very
successful hunting trip. atn were each
mounted on wiry ('olorado broncos, and
followed by a strllng of pack animals
heavily loaded with hkides, meat and
heads. On couning around a bend in the
trail, we were nibrought to an abrupt halt
by finding that the trail. for a distasie of
-several rudI haul Itwea carrid awsay by a
slide. W'lile detlltingl on tinme bet way to
bridgE the chiuan, w*. were surpr.setd at
learing groans l.mnitag frnlls *-low ius.
('lanering. down tlc r.cks, we fnluall an
cId Indlan sutTelrinlg frona intenal ins
juries} anld ltner by It maiklle ialy and a
i ok Lr were blin wilth hr.ke. liitll.
It s.ialemn the itraealtrounsII gru.ut Ihad
given aw*ay aI IW rMuk. over it.
and p..rt'ipitate(l ILi aid is hi lrsaw.
dlown to t I broken rxek~a a hIaulheIl
feet ltlow. 'We shlot tlhe ;lalilu.l to
enid tlwir saft.erings. a after
gareat ulifltculty and lanbr s.mieehmksl
in gettinl. th.l Iatlian bsck to the. trail.
After ge.ttnllg our aun-IIIn,1 aer.ms- the l..nak-,
we cnltstructtel a. rough litter, -ntl ltla'ilng
tie su.llrerinlg savage laon it. we r.e .ldt tlw I
valley as tlWe su1In wa"+ settiing.t lHe peilledI
.11t a ctottol.wool gropve .e1nte (distamiet
away, aml da irdl us. to take himi the e:
he maki, '"Tlwre is tlle grave of Wahlua
nIwta,fw forty s.lntmmuers I hIave watmlled
tlhe w ill roses ewamn thleir hlao.tlats tlwer.
and I lhave hrn.ul.ht eacth sumluner meat
and fruits and sk isn for her spirit. aind
now I ant goiwug to the happy lhunlting
rroulndas of tihe t Ite. I want to die near
her. that she aunny show me the way." We
found the grave, and laying Savanero-we
learned that was hllis an.--Ieside it. we
made him as cunfourtable as possible ands
thlen, while nmy ..supaionls p)ikete the
horsues, and madek pret.irations for asupper
I examinedl the grave. I found it was
monstructed of a cfire"lar wall of boukleras.
to a height of about three feet..and covered
with sticks and boughsl. The coveril.
had evidently ellen recently remloved. All
around the wild rose hushes grrw in profu
alon, and the sumroundina.s showed that for
years some loving hland had been at work.
I :ghtinrl ourcamltp lantern I found an en
irance, and proceeded to examine the inu
terior; the ground was neatly covered over
the entire surface with deer skins, and a
canopy of the same stretlhed on a franme
work of sticks, protected tlw occupant
from the weather. With her face to thel
east, seated on a boklaklr covered with
beaver skins sat Waohtameta. Her body
was covered with a rote of heaver skin-s
trimmed with the bright feathers of the
flicker and inoLuntain Jay; Ier hair fell
loosely over lher shoulders to the ground ;
in one lhand she held a braunch of the
bright red berries that grow in that local
ity. and each arm was encireltle by Lallt a
d(Iose. rings of alternate steel and brass.
Near by was a jar of water and sone dried
venison. For nearly half a centurl had that
horrible looking semnblanle of hllnua.sity
rposed in that primnitive vault, watched
over and eared for by the arlbaric faityh
and undyitng love of the savage, who lay
__ýa.. t aI ...-.ao ...."..LL
Later on iu tho night, Savanero gather
ing his strength, told us Wahnameta.s
story. It wai a strmani sce ne; tlwnath
the tu trees, wlhoe leaves were rusted
by the cool night winad. the three huntersc
sat around tlw ctulnp lre.. withl grave
faces, waiting for the grinsl anesseaigr that
flnally coman to all. The lire tflashing
and flaing. showed rlw" form of th.e proe
trato luadianl. and the tomb beyond, and
then left then Iin the shadow. An acca
sional snort from one of the hlornes or the
distant howlsing of a coyote, was tlhe only
smoundls th.t broke the soletun silecee of
the night. At his re.uest, we placed Sav
anero in a sittilag position and propped
him up with addle( aCnd Islankeits, anti
lintened while iw told us thle sad tragedy
of his early life. W«:lhauianletai the Ixr:u
tiful and gra.eful. was loveId y all who
knew her, with one exception ; thlin was
Aroyta, a young sequaw, who was isn
love with Savau.ern, and wlheine" jealoul.ly
was uncontrollable whlea sla fesmud thliat
Savanelr' and h'llllnlneta we.r htwttetrtl
according to tlue ueast~ans of the 1'14s.I
Hell bath no fary like. a wonuLan se.ornael.
sad Aroyta was non exceptiotn. The even
ing before the marriage was to take place
sh.e rswrsuaded the unlsuspelting girl to gui
with her to thei sunlnuit of a ClitRoverhll.a:r
ing the river, on a ...utelse of gathtriing
topazes, and watclllng l.er opportUlnity
she haurled her illnto tin torrent below.
$avanero.who hapglwnehl to I·e crossing the
river near bv. saw the dee*l, and with sai.
Iperhailnaula strelltll mldrove his boat to tlh
rescue of his hlovted, but too late; the
fearful l all and lthe cruel waters had done
their work, and tlhe fairest and( gentle.t
madklen that ever pIhltwktC: a flower of the
usesa was dead. Tlshee was nmourning for
ay days for the Wild Rose. and Savan
er stayed by her grave fpr weeks, guard
amne a. m ker thle bhek erld
ofd his o lea It was while
iming .this duty tlha hte mve up himr
for ý s dte as l down was
that the, cold Rq dwn wars break.
msdr t i hd, b ua e eves fcaed am the
smeami that meyweed the aita a love
that utbsr time aor deatb cald chanle.
We bed thim theew, beakle he.. and In
,llmet we mýedanedmaddled our blhorw
sead lal te monev n tee it mnes.
Same tiume learned that for the
bam4 bad Op "ImlawbwuL s la- b
and ar r rher seenalas an do Into
the Dlenvesr usnmeeam m. dnsw and
reoesdcad. au mmes eer dee e-ne a
,euamdlant.e thnean ~re. teeped ot the
IM ani d covi ars that -vanero'.
lov decked It with, bet still the maimn
ifoau and blackened, pu. e features
that bmd once In a love that the bI
taor of the human race cannot show an
4AGI I AWI.
Ai as.ur.eA, Ie$EeaIr I. a15.
Quotations from Shakespeare in rai~ed
letters aprpar upon soni of the newes't
The very wide turn-over ollars of pure
white linen are not hbeooming to mallny
woaen who altte them.
Some of the negli.e' ormsag'es on the
new Empire tailor-nmale ownsll repreent
a shirt waist of corded s:lk. and hebIw
thtis i L a pointed girle trimmed with fine
lines of Iol brald. TIhere are row's oe thl.
,brid a l4,. (Eown the frtonts of the loose
waist. which is fastemledi with nmall gold
The great fashion this season for town
toilet is that of glove of real Rutsia
le ather genuine in rloar and perfum e.
They have bronwe quite popular in Paris.
Ibut should adviwe a trial of one lair at a
timne to see ii the m.nll of these glove han
a distagreeable effect upon the Iwrves. for
this, is the case with nmany ladkes.
Mwihh ingenunity has heen brought to
hear on the delrsign for the meson's enm
Iwoklery. Grapes are worked with much
faithfulnees to nature on black. Gray anid
gokl blend on velvet, and black lisle alnd
black grenadine are alike richl embrokl
ered or brocaded with the enpire wreaths
with which Napolan I. mnade himself for
Green has in no way lost its hokl upon
the fashionable. All the imported gowns
and monnet.. fur the autumn trade, which
are just begining to ensne through the
customi-houae, show soeue dat.u of greeal
-all tlw shades of bottle. linei allgray
and mnig~roneute green for street wear, and
atmilltlwt, limna. k*ttsee anld watert.grela
The fIlrst wooalc* i:la.n.rted for early
autltunu wealr arl lighllt-weiht ean"l's
hairs atd caushtluaaea. The..-, lnals arel. to
Ix houslld InI dull rich new colors like dark
4oIl-roe or aintslr. reit ; in greees. of last
euaiIon ranginL g In ble,. sei.rIp.ltw leaesill.
aill inl thie tgray-gr.wn l re."wLa e rIIs atl -
ill rre.stn like lnous.4e. t'jpl.- eilor,.
. .ulk*I this leason "eon.lr.," froll thea
'iunuage of thd hideotas SIouth Amwrican
ie. i, i shown ia l seeveral l.. Ilies. ranmging
I rounm a (ale thiIt almuott a1 light i.s ecria to
t hlwe dee.'t nuettllic eop-sglr ;ae.
.I..--rWIuIaf Iirp.ltoirai Il(ta witlh flat
Irianii, wkl4 in front (and nurra.ow Itiwili,.
ltvae l.h'in illiIne.rtl latiely. with cluallt-"*,
nof .lao rt ewsk'w featliara uirnauill thie e"roWuI,
the lmelrtet curv(rl ti|s of tSw feathers I:-
ing iused witl four or live in a bhunela.
Lalrg loops of riht)on are betworts tine
lunters. ansul the lentire Iat is hlac;k.eithner
of clalp or of ucrinoli.ne alhled Ne.sqolitarl
straws with ann insertiosl of straw lace
a.unaad the brim. Wings ara" nilMsh umsea
for yachting hats, and will Ihe t-er ginesr
ally worn in tle. aulltlluna inll hat for tow.s
anmd country alike.
Tihe Frenll(h dreshlnakerls lave -nalnled
one of their Inew inventiolns ils honor of
the Valderbtlilt. who are amonll g their .heat
custorners. "L'babit Vanderbilt" is a toat
that is extresnely populhr this sutanuer.
One of theln which Mrs. Willie K. brought
lomne with her tin other day, is of whirte
flowered foulard, with satin revers ini
three shades of geree.. The MonLtespanlU
sleeves are trinuned witl point lace. as is
the neck, the lace exten.ding in a j.hot
down the front. It is worn with a little
dres of willow-geenl silk.shot with silver.
the eldge of the skirt finishedl withl a thick
A Cowl oder-B.y.
In one of the biggest law offices in the
city, says the New York Sun, tlwre is a lit
tle pale-faced boy whose bright eyes are
forever on the alert to detect u.rnmethlinlg.
He doesn't care much what it is us that it
violates sote of tlwhe rue laid down lay
his employers or s~eams to hiut to Is. wrmail
or needful of correction. His conItemaipt
for wealth anld power isn unsurplaIaldI . Isd
he will detest some slight fracture of timw
rules by a faltous lmanl as(l hidlo lailt as
quickly as though he were the Inmoreo t cli
eilt on the list of hisi employers. His little
desk is near lw etrulance, and ltre bhe
sits throughout the day willt his liiisted
chin inl his .hands andl hi. eyes tIzedl panl
sone hI'xxly tale of hluirbre"adth.t escualws
But his wits are always oin edge amid tle
fall of the lightest foot-step without causes
hint to prick ui his earn and listen. with
every tliaer of his body. When the l**'seunw
enters he asks:
"Wilho dkl you w is to see
"MWhat dlid you wish to see hian als lt "'
"I will tell hl.."
Theln tlhe boy resutnies his rsa.uling aad
tlhe visitor, after a puzzled glance at thws
row of little offices, says:
"Phiase tell Mr. - - that Mr. Smltlh in
uixat heIa anid wuuld like to *.ee himt."
"Biless your lalmpu.htele. what's thalt to
The hoy returns wearily to his ltIsk anld
pays no flrtler attention to uaytlahing .ot
sick. of it until Mr. Smith wea.ken.s and
"Tell lahin I wait to see illa utIsat tlhat
¶ Blank natte.r."
Then the laoy looks up and . ayl . witllh an
air of re.t.wed interest in. life:
"(I., lait you canl't; 'ei.use Mr. isn't
In. He has jlut step se, l oat."
"When will he he I" ?"
" kDon't knaow.
"Will le he itn aganla to-lday "
"Do you know whl.nre Is i-":'
Iuportmt to Ciglar Ihairlrr.
If you waUt 14 suit yo)r CcuPt&mOal' inl
c ars get themn uade to order at I).
TletPu's cigar factoe, earner 1st and
Oak street, Anaconda, MonL
oameo a camugemputms.
"Cam I s.e you a momsent in pSivate T"
B.r at the Thied .s despa dary or
two a r. aeemdinu to t re tbdt Sw
"You can air. What I. t ?"
"It I. the this tier I was ever placeld I
this position. and I fel very nsuch em
"Dat the treuath i I've bee ro wehd and
want to ask you for the loan of St.
"Wherne were n robbed ?"
"Juas ~ ina cash."
"Was that all you had ?T
"Evr. donllar. If yal could now lend
$1 I would y and et a fresh stairt in the
"It woukl't he tuminess." remled B.ae
to, after a little reflection. "Yotu .igbt
asemneslsate anoteur frustwe and aga in
rmhhed of it, aud it would h-e eweouragisag
"Yes, that's so. I hadn't taken that
view of it he-ofw. !sppore you givr e r
quarter. I will give you oy w..d not to
attempt to get a f res start on that andle -
pose any one to tem.rtati.on. I re how
wrong it wotkl he, and I' en detPlrnlladsI to
never acuctnldate' anothler fortusne."
(). his al'.nn. promnise to tlat effect
Button comnlwprotisd with iant for lo1 ents.
Nelief S. come IefMeey liulam.mev.
Enna t.e 13Ew-lh trr*unU.
Then.are four mounew frrnn which ne
Bet may come if auiy actual thanlcial
mtringency it tlm'eaterumd. Firat, tte S4ec
retary of the treat~nuv}} uuaay increaseie thp
awetually, hnIumlh4aIden.'. uttrctedl by tlwh
high rate. ftw Ina4)ey its New York. stasy
turn their sokhliag" i,,t. e-a..l at rl',441t
treasurry rate.. and thnrw it into ts mu* sar
ket: thirdly, this wuwrretfay ii theM tn*:1M5157
,may prepay a year's interest oii all the"
uiutsstitasliig bcatnds; finurtily. thue higher
rutcts ina New York nsity Wrg I ue)iey over
fnswa for-'go financial iulters.. where Is ihi
4.hwagt auwital atiful at preselnt.
First Snue1l l Wy- ry." r.unwiah~r that
tIhy hns' week w'*tI we got into Fainner
Huysclrs s urc Ili al .' l~ r· r
Secoaad Smaill Boey -1 Y an Lt aye n"
ranetastur what as lot of apptles we gaot
*Ye.s; an' ndIe rsanwle a r how tme clog
got arter lit ani tore ouar elothwes :"
*Yeea; eau ul1e reteu tiller what a lot we
eat weln we got away ''
"Yes; asn' dye rem embelur how slk we
all was :"'
"Ye; dkln't we laave a hldly tiie ."
dust a eIveCr. T eas AIL
Frnastl ta Aaarkrran tnsaanwrniaI Ta elh r.
"Haany, wlrse we stn- narrkied will yua
astay Its at night :"
6Yesg. my dlarliwag. I wlll."
"('an I have a horse and carrLage'
'"Ya, nsmy darling. yuiu cats."
('Caa I have two aservantas. 12 bonnet,'
anad 111 dretses every year .'
"Yost can Irave all your little heart ile
"Tilmit. Harry. I can't marry you. I
colot thaink you are i real nuttan."
\'hlesale andl R ail lDeale.rs
Beef, Mut n and Pork,
AIOtr i. ETC.
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Th Malt * M'ark in Aunasanda, n t1o
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