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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1889.
Kit*, cotiir rfl! liw n riscnrfttr.^Just mi you ll^ it In Wmii( u^i^in I!^^ fur, ^^ ^^! ilujm w In n nr^t I iiift^My lUrk-t-yttl fair in NVw Mrxi.n.
lo vim mnnulirr tliotu* tiny*. t'lili|itUe.
illvrcI* st lniHk^ ami tin- Mr.^n:t^*r pair^1^^ur fatltrr'u lifrtlfin lirmnrlit to ^oiir In l,
lri|^|iiii)[ with r^l. frtmi tin- l^. ;nl Km1! iriiil'.'
Horn, JiiHt A plll'll of tlif r.i-ii.iyn
Huwit llu\i^r^ III** poon-sl vwd!^A owl for tilt' liKlitti!^ pivxl! .^/^'; hr*tn:
Ah,youth it I* t!uttIk tiff iuiltf.1:
Ain I how you won hi:n to lif.- ntatiii,
Bfiiilln.:over Willi infinite !^^^^^.^l.lH|iiuu tin' tiMiKiit* of your sunnv Spain,
Fannin.;Iii* fori'Iicutl with soft, -.t ai^lis'.'
HtsiM-ra hurt In hi* lu-art tlirr.' lay^Thau wlit-rf tht* Aiwwlif arrows nrlftl
Twatia falr-liairtil jilay-iiinti', far away.^With blur eyjn traittir* auil l.p- tluit lii'ti:
1had a letter from her lo-nl-fht^^John, I wan wr.mtt! Twai a mistake!
Amilime linn hiimliliil my li-urt to write^Oh, lo\e! iHHne luwk, for our olil lo\e*s saki*!
lo you think I wouhl u;o, mi *foi\^^^ ^ yours sliall I hoari'l P\
Willilove like yours shall I hoard regret*.^Anil our Ixirefool l.alitu around tlie door^^N11! Uieii a kiss and a elKari lte.
theWILD uosk lit' tiik nks.v.
Writeiifor the Standard.
Thevisitor to Taylor*^ museum. In Den^^ver, GMlMMM, will not fail t^^ uotiee^amouBthe niuiiy curiutia tliinjjs on exhi^^bition, tin- partially pifservt'tl form of an^Iritlia.li woman. eiielii^etl ill a la rift' Khun^crnae. Tin^ mummy us it may falh-tl^in of slight luiiltl, uml tin- shrunken feat^^ures, ilmwii mill blitekeiieil l^y MMM anil^time, convey to tin- IhIioIiIii' a MM^MX^of ItuitliiiiK ami ill-irust. A lit I yd MM^liitleous thiiiK ^^m otiff tin- iM-aiitiful In-^ilian maltli ii. Wulitmmetu, siunifyini: tin'^Willi Huse of tilt- Mi ni, who wum tilt- tit ^^lilllit of tin- eyes i^t' lit^r fatht-r, tin- i-liief of^MM I'li's, ami tin- |K-t ami tin- MMM of the^tin- fiitin- trilx'.
Theliriuul Mi'Mi of Colorado laytl Im-^t wi'i ii tin- (iiiniiistin anil (iraml rivers, ami^in a vuKt elevated platfuiiMOUftft alMive sea^ievi'l, ami is divcrsillcd l^y grove*, lakes^uml o|^eii parks. 4M4M in pM anil^M, it wan a veritable paradise for the^Italians, ami in tin- MMM month* they^roamt'tl its wide NHM ill search of^Kami', ami in winter tlieir tepees rliisteti'tl^ut tlif foot of tin- mountain in tilt- shcl-^tefetl vullcy, where tin- clear witters of^the Gunnison uml I'licompaliure nut t.
Luteone ufttTlioon ill tin- early fall, a^few years ago, the writer with two com^^panions, was dcscc liding the tortuous uml^ilaiiRi-roiiH trail leatliiiK from the Mesa to^the valley. We were reluriiiiiK from u very^Miieit'ssful hunting trip, ami were each^mounted 011 wiry ^'olortulo bronco*, ami^followed hy it string of pack animals^heavily louilctl with hiilt-s, meat uml^heails. Oncoming aroimil a Im-iiiI in the^trail, we were brought to an ahrupt halt,^hy finding that the trail, for n tlistaiiee of ;^several rods hail Iki-:i curre'il away hy u ]^slitle. While tlchatiiMI on the hest way to '^hritlpe the chaaii, we wi re snroi'isetl at ^^hearinu uroittis eoilliliu irom Im'Iow us.^f laBltlHMI down the ris ks, we fountl all^oh I UMM siillerinu from iiilernal in- ;^juries, uml near hy suihlle pony MM a
ImeUhorse were |pMM with lu.-ki :i limits,^t st'i'ius the ti'i'.it'hei'ons ixrolllltl hail^given nwiiy as he it^le over it.^anil pM eipitatetl him MMl his hor.^t's^tlown to tlie Ititikeu ris k . a luitttlii il^feet In-low. \S'i- shot the atiiiiials to^1 ml tiielr Mtireiii:(.Ts, Mill nftt i'^treat tlittlelllty and Itabor sm eei'ili',1^ill ^ettillR the Iiiiliuil huek to the trail,^kttMMiilingnnr ^nlmwlii aeross tli.-'ai ak, :
weeoiisti-iieti il a rWMjtl litter, iiiil piai-.n^^tlie Huirt-rillK savaiie on it. wf rt aeheil the^valley M the MM IM seltnio. lie |^o;'iletl^out n i'ottonwootl criivi' soiil^ ^list;iiiee^awa.t, uml ilesiriil us to take MM theri-:^he sititl, ^ rhere is the urave of Wuhnu- (^Mil for forty taimmiTH 1 have watelu-tl ,^the Wild rose.- MMM their hlMMMM theif,^MM] 1 have hrou ^lit eaeh KUIIIIlit'r, meal^anil fruits anil skins for her spirit, ami^MM I am MMM the happy MMMMJ |^t;roumls of tlie I'tes. I want to tlie near I^her, that she may show me the way.^ We ;^foiiml the irruve, ami laying Savufiero WW^leunietl that was his mime -IttiKidf it, we J^muile htm as comfortable as |M^ssihle, amla^then, while my -ompuuioiis pieketetl tin- \^liorses, ami ni-.tile prcparatitms for sup|^er, j^I MMMlned the ^rave. I fount I it was^coiistriiettil of a circular wall of boMMj^to it heiixht 'if ahoiit three feet,anil covered^with sticks ami lioiitrhs. The MVMrWM^hail evidently bMM reeeutly ifinovetl. All^arouiiil the wilil rose hushes BMW in profu^^sion, ami the sui'itiuiiiliiiirsshowtti that for ',^MMM some loviiiK hnml liail Im-cii at work,^^l '.ifhtiiiK our camp lantern I MHMMt I^truiii'c, MM procceileil to MMM the in- i^terior; the Bnumil was neatly MM over I^the entire surface with tit er skins, MM u j^canopy of the same stretcheil on a frame i^work ^of sticks, MmUx'ted the occupuiit^from the weather. With her face to the^east, seated on a MMf covered with I^Iwuver skins sat wikMMk Mf lunly^was covcreil with a rohe of lieaver skills^trimmed with the bright feathers of the !^Ilicker ami mountain Jay; her hair fell |^loosely over her shoulders to the MMM) |^in one hand she held a brunch of the |^bright nil Ivcrrics that grow in that local- j^ity. ami each arm was encircled hy half a^tlozeii riiios of alternate steel MM brass, i^Near by was a jar of water ulid some ilrietl I^veiiittou. For nearly half a eeiitmy hatl that |^liorrible lookiiiK semblance of Immunity^reposed ill that primitive vault, watched \^over and eared for hy the barbaric faith ;^anil undying love of the savuge, who lay .^^;aspiiiK his life away outside.
Lateron in the night, Suvuncro irather- !^itig his streiiixth, tohl us Wuhuiiiuetu's j^storv. It was a strange m-ciic; Is'ie-ath^MB iiuge trees, whose leaves were MM^by tlie BOM night wind, the three MMMM^sat around the caiup Jlre, with grave^faces, w.i'.tiug for the grim messenger that^liually comes to all. The lire, MMImM^ami failing, showetl tin- form of tnfl MfM*^trate Itidiun, ami the tomb bejruudt ant!^then left MM in the shallow. All aei a-^sional snort from one of the horses, MF the^tlistant iMWHllg of a coyote, was the only^MMMM that broke the solemn alienee of^the nitrht. At his rts|iie.st, we plMBQ Sav-^MN in a aittilMJ p tsitioti utul propped^him up with saddles and blankets, and^listened while In- MM us the sad tr.nri'ily^of his early life. Wahiiuim'ta. the Immii-^tifill ami K'aeeful. Wils loved by all who^knew her, w ith one Meeptioti; this was^Artiyta, a yon II if st|iiuw, who was in^love' witfi Sava'iero. and whose jealously^was uncontrollable when she mm that^Savatiero and Wahnaiiieta w. tf beleutbed
i,inlitii; to the customs t.f ihe I'tes.
Hellhuth no fury like a woman mmmI,^MM Aroyta was no exception. The eyen-^imr MMMM 'he marriage was to take piacc^MM pMMMMMd the lllia^lllll tlnjf trirl to fga^with her to tin- suuimit of a cltn OYorlia IM^MImiMams bmmm of jnthnrlm^to|utzes, ami wateliiiig her opportunHy^she hnrleil her into the torrent Itclow.^Suvunero.whii hap|M'iaed to Is- iTiis-iiii: the^river near by, MW the MM*^ uml w ith ^u-^pMMM ^lllHMlll drove his Uml to the^MMMM his Is'lovetl, but too late; the^fearful fall aod the cruel waters had done^their work, and the f.tirest anil netitle- t^maiden that ever jihieketi a Hewer of the^mesa was tlt-.td. There w as mourning for^many days for the Wild Kosc. uml Suvun-^rrti stayi'd by her grave fpr weeks, nuanl-
ingit by day ami night, and us year hy ^^year went hy, they f until him bringing :^fisxl ami clothing to the spirit of the lost j^Wahnametu. ami when the i^ovcriiiiiciit^Dually reiiiov^^^l tin- I'tes from the state. .^soon after tlM- Meeker massacre, lie would^MMM the long pilffriuiatfo bu-k each^Mummer to proviiU- foml for the ',^spirit of his lost love; it wits while iter- ,^formiiiK this duty that he gave up his life,^for just as the cold gray dawn was break- '^ing lie died, his glazing eyes fixed on the 1^mound that covered tlie object of it love |^that neither time nor death could change.^We buried him there, Is-side her. utul ill^silence we packed anil suddl.il our horses ]^and left the place, never to MM it since.^Some time lifter I learmil that, for tin'^sake of a few dollars. Home saeriligious^hands had dettpoiltd Walmitmeta's tomb^and bartered her remains, ami suing into^the Denver museum otic day I saw ami^rectttfiiiaeil, among entirely different sur-^roumliuir*, the same form, strippetl of the^ornaments uml coverings that Suvuncro**^love hall ilccl.nl it with, but still the same^fort i ami blackened, repulsive features^that had once inspired a love that the his^^tory of the human rare cannot show an
A*U1IMU, Si'litl'llllsT I, lO-.l.
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Quotationsfrom Shakespeare in raisnl^lectern apjicar iil^on stmic of the newest^bangle bracelets.
Thevery wide turn-over collars t.f pure^white linen arc not Itccomilig to many^women who uliect them.
MMMoti the^Ifowtis represent
Someof the MMJHmp^new BmjmIm MIMMMMMM
itshirt waist of mm silk, ami MMOV I^this is a poiiitnl ffinllc trimmctl with line |^Unea at Mold hem id. There are rows of the
bmldmm down mm fronts of mmMmm
waist,w hich is fastened with small gold^tuition*.
Thegreat fashion this season for town^toilet is that of gloves of real Hussiu^leather genuine in color ami MMMMt^They have MMMM iptitc popular in l'aris.^but MMM advise a trial of one pair at a^time to MM if the MMM of these MMMM has^a disagreeable effect UjMUi the lit rves, for^this is the case with many ImhMMj
Mich iiigt'Munity has MM brought to^hear on the designs for the season's cm-^broidery. CJraiM's are worktil with much^faithfulness to nature on black. tJray ami^gold blend on velvet, ami black lisse ami^black grenadine are alike richly embroid^^ered or brocaded with the mmmm wreaths^with which Nupolcuii I. made himself for^^ever ussociuttil.
Greenhas in no way lost its hold upon^the fashiotiuhle. All the imported gowns^ami mmm for the autumn trade, which^MM just iM'triiiiug to come through the^custom-lioilse, show some shade of green^all the similes of Is.ttle. Lincoln, gray^uml mMmMM green for stn-et wear, and^absinthe, lime, lettuce ami water-green^for evening.
('anI mi' ymi it moment in private*.^*^ipierieil a miilille-ngtil stranger of ^ lllleer^ihlttou ut tlie Third street th |s^t tt day or^two ago. accttrtiiug to the lletroit frre^/'crstt.
Youcan sir. What is it'.^*
Itis thi^ llrst time I was ever placed in^this MHtitlon, ami I feel very imit h cue^harrusstil.
UutMe truth is I've lai-n itiblail and^want to ask von for the loan of sl.
Wherewere you roMaed'.^*
JustrteUXU in cash.
Wasthat all ytMi had 7
Kvcr^^dollar. If ym couhl now lend^91 I would try uml get a fresh start in the^world.
Itwouldn't lie business,^ reolitil Hut-^ton, after a little reflection. ^You might^accumulate a: lot her fortune ami again Ite^robbed of it, ami it would Is- encouraging^crime.*'
Yes.thut's so. I hadn't taken that^view of it ln'fore. Siipimwc you g've MB a^MMM 1 will give you my word not to^attempt to get a fresh start on that ulltlcx-^pose any one to teniptatioti. 1 see how^w rong it would Is-, ami I'm determined to^never at cumulate another fortune.
tinhis solemn promM* to that MM)^lhutoii compromistil with him for loecnts.
Itfllcflit t'asv ^if Mmipy MMMM),^I/rum the tiloliedh'liiiK'ri'.l.
TmMMure four sources from which re^^lief may come if any actual MMMMktl^stringi ney is MMMMMj l*irst, tlie Set ^^iftary of the MMM may increase the^price which he is willing; to pay ImMMMMi
Mi'ontlly,MmmMnild^rs, attracted hy the
higlirates for money in New York, MMM^turn their MMM into cash at pit-sent^treasury rates, ami throw it into the mar^^ket: thirdly , the seerelary of the trc tsury^may prepay a year's interest on all the^| outstanding hoittts; fourthly, the higher^! rates in New York may brine; MMf over^j from fore'gn llnaiieial centers, where il is^1 cheap ami plentiful at present.
.1tit en lit* MMMMK
KirstSmall li y l^*ye MMMF that^'^^ tlay las* week w'en wc got into rarmer
Haystiil'so.'eh'tl V^^ MMMj Small M Yes; nil* tl'yc re-^; MMMMM what a lot of apples we got '.'
Yes;an* d'ye MMMM^ how the dog^\ got after us ail tore our clothes V
S'cs;an* d'ye remember what a lot wc^cut w'en we got away V
Yes;ail* d'ye MMMMf how sick wc^t all wus'.'
I ^Yes; didn't we have n bully time.
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST.
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siltus iti.|H^rttil for early^arc light-weight eaiiiel's
Thellrst w^autumn wear
hairsand cashmere.-. The-c gisils are to^lie bound in dull rich new colors like dark^old-rose or laurel nil; in greens of I u-t^MMMM ranging in blue, MMMtlM hues,^ami in the gruy-greell res.il.i colors ami^ill grti'iis UMI mousse. t appet' color,^called this season ^condor,^ from the^plumage of the MMMM South American^bird, is shown in several shades, ranging
lustH Lot IT. lllll - All.
KrtHiithe Ainei ii an t'iHiiliti'rt'ial Tratelei'.
Ilany,when wc arc married will you^stay in at night'.^'
Yes,my darling. I will.
(all I have a horse and carriage'.^'
Yes,my darling, you call.
CanI have two servants, IS MMMMM^and !!^ dresses every year'.'
Youcull have all your little heart tlc-^siii's.
Then, Harry. 1 can't marry you^don't think you are a real man.
BEGINYOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITH THE FIRST
GETYOUR NAME ON^THE LIST NOW !
lOUTEARLY EVERY MORNING.
tronia pale tint ith.li^the MMl metallic e
hi^w-crowneif llirei-toiif hats with Mat^brans, with- in front MMl narrow behind,^have MM imported lately, with MMMM^of short cts'U's feathers around the crown,^the merest MMMM tips of the feathers lx-^ing used with four or live in a hunch.^Large loops of rihlwiti are MMMMM the^clusters, ami the MMMM hat is I^1.iek.either^of chip or of crinoline icallctl WnopnUtMH^straw i with an insertion of straw luce^around the brim. Wings are much usiil^for yachting hats, ami will Mj v ery g^^ally worn in the autumn in^ami country alike.
Beef,Mutttm and Pork,
ROMthe date of it^more readers than
firstnumber^ins other dai'
hatsfor tow ii
TlieFrench dreatttnaki rs have naiuti^one of their new InventiitlM in honor of^the Yuiulerhilts. who ure among their liest^customers. ^L'luibit Vaiulcriiilt^ Is u unit^that is extremely popular this suimuer.^^ ^nc of tin in which Mrs. Willie K. brought^home with her the other day, is of white^tlowcrtil foulard, with satin MM in^thrti- shudes of green. The Molitcspan^slti'vcs ure trimmed with miitit lace, as is
thi'neck, the laiMMMMMJ ill a julmt
downthe front. It is worn with a little^dross of willow-green silk,shot with silver,^the edge of the skirt finished with a thick^niching.
A( mil MM4Mi
iiione of the biggest law MMl ill the^city, says the Sew York .Sun, there is it lit^^tle pith-faeed Itoy whose bright eyes are^forever on the alert to MM MMMM^He tliM'sn't MM MMMI what it is so that it I^violates some of the rules laid down by^his employers or seems to him to Is- wrong^MP needful of correction. His contempt^MT wealth uml power is MMMMMML MM^he will dctc*t st^inc slight fruetiire of the^rules hy a famous man ami chide) him us ^^tpiickly as though he were the |ssirest cli-^MM on the list of his employers. His little^MMk is near the MMMM and MM he ^^sits throughout the tlay with his |m^inttil^chill in his hands ami his eyes llxetl ii|miii '^some bloody tale of hairbreadth MMMi^Hut his wits an- always on tilge ami the^nil of the lightest MMMM without causes ;^him to prick up his ears anil listen with^every liocr of his MMF. When the person '^enters he asks:
Whodid you wish tosti'V
'Whattlitl vou wish to sec him MM '.^' i^^I w ill tell him.^^^Yery well.
Thentlie boy resumes his reading and^; the visitor, after a MMM glance at the^row of little oltlces, t.uys:
PIMMti'll Mr.that Mr. Smith is
outhere and wouid hke M mm him.^^^What alsuit V
tUessyour illipudt nee, what's thai to^you
Theboy returns wearily to hi- hook and^pays no furihcr attention to anything out^^side of it until Mr. Smith weak- ns and
Tellhim 1 want to see him about that^' Hlank luatti r.
Thenthe Im^.v looks up and say- w it It an^air of renewed interest in life:
t)h. hut you can't; *OMMB Mr. isn't^in. He has just stepped out.^^^When w ill he In- in .^*^'^Don't know.
Willhe lie in again to-d.ty'.^'^^t^.|ess not.
iloyouknow where he i-'.^'^^Yes sir.^^^Where V^^^^r.tiro|^c.^*
,I Carriages, Buggies,
SltM'kin Aiiat oiitla, u** tn
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rectory,i* ^r i^l*r\ it ft^r a^Tin* An ao
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