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Plain 00New Yeak "Um.
A Mart Seed l Canmp Bonk, la the
*Me f Weadhmll, Seulse cowunty. femed
he Wk blsmeamb its bak an the far
ullarrnagtons. Wh.e the watee.
it was found tiht a ledge of rack
had bs espoad tq the wasrout. The
wrmk es-mld a s ubta.nc that ytklded
*ls kalsd Uke leMd. A quantity of it
was sOat of the atone. It wa very
hamvy, ad nmlted in a lade readily.
This disroever ba revived Interest in
he traditlnss of Seubhen county* about
e Mand salver mines that were known
-- to the aIdlans. One of the tradltio.s
Leeod a lmad alne In what is now the
owa of Woodhull. and cltartn of that
Sawn believet at the lng bare hy the
lood of the ledge with t traces of lead
in La tas oyes thin a clue to tbh exact
6o1alty of the old Indian mine. unt that
hr as now a prohabllity of the mailn t
pMt bei dliovered. t ther legends of
mrala despitt and bhidden treasures a
asiled to old reeldent of the county by
tls unmovering of the alleged lead ore in
Woodhull, the most interesting of which
has It mnesm% laid In the town of Jamper.
"The original Mttle-r of Jaiper believeal
as confidently as tliry believed in anry
thilng that monlewlhM'r within the boundalr
of the town a ri.h sliver mine eslated."
ways an okl rekh.nt of Hasulallnmonldort.
"and their dekresnlantu, niany of IthIeu.
helieve It still. This belief is hubd Hon a
legend. About thlw tlwrking, ont of the
Prench anll limlilu war two Quaker
brethers of the nlanie of Dickinonn c'nunw
into the Cohorton valk-y to tonul, with t.th
raai. TIe bratuers gained the r mst
ders at thte Indianse to such an extent
that he latter discovered to the Quakers a
sdlver mine, the e:issence at which had
eaag been a ·scret with the Ilndian. This
mle war sosmewhebw alongel Bunett's
eeek. The hrotherms lst no tinw ile tak
lag advantage of this diasrovery. and they
worked the mine, the silver In whkich was
---- ngly pun._, ight and d.ay. The
they took fini. the mierw the.
stged in a ave, the locration of whkib
war khown onlyto thensuelves, it heln
their lntestion. acrelne to the .seanu,
o have it emoved to Plldelphi.
"Th ue uakers had another hbrther Ir
Pildelphi. There was also with them
In the wooda an old and trusted famaly
---at. but not okl engt or trusted
--nuh it would sermn th' tenor ( a the
to te loaken into the, coafidenace
at the wl Quake. Near the clsme of
the re and Indlan wars a straumer
ap rdon. day at the cahin of t ta
ke .whihe was in the deepest part ofat
wilderness. He maid he had stumahed
~ the enhlin b. accident as he was Seeing
rles pit. aiving deserted frIn tlhe
m . anu. Just where the army was
the lend d. m not states. The ntranlge
ed for food and shelter. whic was
ISuurnishd him by the henevolent
That night after he Ihad rr
tiod the eouch oear skins prepared
for himn aI one cornera of the absin be
overaeard the Quakers talking abouat their
hid.ea tueasue. sand from what they maid
he larned that they intmksded to start
their old servant the next nnar~ain onel his
war to Philadelphia with a nwauage. to
their brther ther. This macusage was'
o give the bhather nminute instructiom s
as to the loeation of the cave, so
ththe could find it in carn anything hip
p ed to the brothers n the wilderness.
This tLhuehtfulae on the part of the
kind old Quakers started the stranger to
thinaking a little on his own accant. The
result of his thinking was astltenamlnation
Skill the two Quaern the nraingl
them fallow the old servant as he wended
bimtf y the important nmauage himself
and all that ittilplied. The legelnd doesn'
ay heat It I. to hbe p.eesan.d. that the
wgaWt Frenchr deserter thet said his
S'rithty t neet mara ng the ol ervanit,
with the tratetul nmaol hikkktn hi hin
gisemtm, adea ea I adlieu to his
e and turned hi atrtps toward
pt. The ench deseter while
tha the Quakers for their hospItality,
-w-lb7dhis knife fen his habt or msne
w mreand htabb.d thena to death. Thene
le flo the old .ervanat and at last
overtook hins. He buried his ksalfe it the
faithful hehman' harlk, andl witlwmot
ay eplanation rilled hint of the newreuao..
The sUvant died right away. and tier
Seadish ex-nklier tore ogen the imieur
that was to reveal to him the sto wlumass
of untold wealth. I hanlnlom e' was
about the hottest assn amat ever lived
when be foulnd that the Qaakers l bail her.
-so lanukkatr~ae Uas to write the InesuEa.
hn cipin. The chanres are that the
l~re Jusn t f nmoe than hopped alnd
_a-re Ia that pimeval forest altugl tbe
semd rldoesnt ateually mnake that 4lla
tbtiol. He was unablh to fled a ker trhat
wemld solve the nmystery of tihe ilpher
and the legemnd nas that years atte.rwant
a grinning skeletonm was foundl with its
boary hands clutching Its skaldl where
there ad pnesslualldy heeal luair at one
time, sitting at at ncrlllnhllllg table In the
Quaker'es cabin, while. Iefore. this -ren
inisa·nce of a stans la?? I lpaapar. yellow
with age. and inseritla with maysterias.*
figure;. TIme parYer ahoNok itbm-f into ia
*sial~,loisa. dammat - wlmrt it aaii4 itomtmiiI. imil
lthey f4*l lto tl&, vail lito e if ~or. The-i vk.levmk
Wa*I awco-i4.al a" thlat& if tl18 4. l're-mmci
.Mebl(11r. anid 1iwi vaamitesishit p*almir waste thi,
Cthaukr-a cail;,lir mmme*M.oarce. opf 4eitir . T. tll
Fvetwlunartot hail ditdl whiaite Niroigirmin to,
wAIve it. ThI Iram4 ull tiN 4it ljafaet-tiIm
the' kgemwl wamuhi m1wive -lmUe Iseumm...e m.mttha-r
whet. thiay we-tit tin thim l nrt tot Ste-taloeti
enulity aind lsrl e..4lipta1 th wiloihirie'e.a.
*Now eottie WD81l64 illiehahetut eeitite11 tam1l
with thim l1egenaslar7 t-alsuame-l that art- e'
m-acct are too hav hmm.*,a eol4 eeto tmnkiiray Witll
*op-lk. wit" anr livilg i-larc . lut the-y amn.
tiofacm tlhee eawr tratsje. I aleumnt kimeiw tiesit
to hev utru. but tht.ne. arse pe-ople. %%-loo Hoaly
tha-y dob kiloS thisti too lo. trte,. If thiiy
m*-, they arv ostrangr thanI anty lit"& I avwtr
he-ard. A nuau stmo-mie, Gn-wtb~ry lizirdn~~g
mettledl its t om e t tw cut Japelpr e-ilghty ya.nir
aeor. Hv numadcoa cas uritg there. Al tmaitt
tinbe tims leaenel op tiUs eailvtr mmitin, 4I,1 lime.
QUakeret' haiuheli.,, -at ve. ef trealnm' witsa ia
=uabJ..edl cit ily atbel, atleut i aillfbiii m tie.
psaltaneed mai.*'eav-. 1I arelilAg bautiea' t IDet,-1
its that i.xaaiity I4016 Wlieti Ii- 11s1itel itre.vtmim I
H.. drivas sio ithati mair haif -. ijgll IWi,.,. s a,
a CeaV4. UP' 4P kIimmgr eat wmiivi Wits C.e'vaorw"a
b a laurge i-riit 0IeIs.. mmjIell tvliei SiWs at
"jolm-ar kiatt ie. lt flw. 4Eao-. wats paetcveel
encornsmaii w4 Attli its silve-r. misl it waap4
cuaralal toy twe pillmetjly H.larcills
otmehlualed mliii to, iiave~*ailgaie* hi aaet iarLur ay ·~if
this dreaum,. %opt Itotac aftetrwartl a twi!1
huther of HKardivi Jamatmedlaltui mut I0,1. wil
elernewu. Tim- firet ulisti lit- wai thflavr
this twitn btotlmr lusel a , r eoisu, hist emine
uendedl its every way witme thust elt GrimK
ary Harding. Thin wave rearded bvy dho
woe oguotiorout i cvlt#valert of the· e'av~~
walmsntom. and Utse hbe-toeim-, nsutati a teimtimlm
fur the* tranure troyve. The-y founttod tit#
lcality Junt an tho-Y hadI me-em it ill thteir
dreaus. maid sliaee-wverd the- c,)5Mb·Cr koeu
and the Eat rot-k; but. rmtnwnSmri ig the
two specter that qrnsrunki the- tmreauamn Ise
Ib . they I'olvOe. ncot Ut dliuttarls, the
ImdM ploce furthm-r at that tintu intid
i to list sagas of thlig other owettlers it nnl
!iM nd thaou.. mo to mixeak. In retman
1w=ehe'ouragling promsen-cw at the
opI, ig at mome fuure tiUn. The next
GyOrgryP Harding was kilWtal by a tree
Swarn falln , and his brothmr was thrown
frum his borse and killed. The secret of
she eave', loclity died with them .
'7%p fase of tie HaroUlng iutlio.rs
.emo . b ha di.eosndwm the Ittlers Ir
mlout the whereabouts oU the see
Seaes . and no *oart was
madto get the dW ea pital It contained
untl aboeat Ul06 In that year the Rev.
Amaon G , of the G@m-ev valley . t
Sold at a behme to recot the Qai-'
weath. Mr. Gesen wa a.MtJ t
w.-,ebh. and ecmmque.U was in eud
a1-o -' money. He bad Tund young
ay somewhere in Ge4nes county who
ie a remarkable plece of glasm, by look
i lanto which she had done soame won
drrfl dlaoerig. He brought her over
Into Jasper and set her to loolkin. She
only gav oue look in her glea and saw,
u a plain am day, the rave where tbe
t ur of the mudered Quakers was
bkdden. the treasure telf, and the exact
loraties of the cave. Mr. Green asked
her with ome a.U nety. if she could make
out with any ditinctness the two saoetre
watchmen. She aid she coukln't e
anything of them at all. Then Mr. Green
told her to come alon and they would
o and unover the reches and take it
ck to the Geneee with them. She
went alonm and found the place where the
rave was, hut at that moment she was
stricken hlind, and was unable to ee a
a thing, eren with her manlic la.
kDominie Green le her away to the houne
of the Rev. Jededlah Stephens, who lived
in the vkicinity. and there she got her sght
kmenik( Ge.s told what had mbhwaP ew
and Dominlec NStephens' son Silas id bhe
like to take a hick at that amr. Silas
looked in ties gl and w the cave, and
all the a rtenanes thereunto htarkg
la, but Ua wasr the onlyr eaR tlhe faai
My who could see it. Silas hebther Nathan
wanted Silaes to go right along with him
and ther'd Afnd hcave and go onmarck
oan the silver, heat .ilae sakl he guemes be
womakln't go. But Nathan Insisted, and at
last Sila kl t the way to the a.e. But
there wasn't any se. Just as they got
near the spot Silas warn strk*ken hlnl
the Paine as Iloeuale Greet's see rss ha
beets. Nathan tokl hi hbrother to sever
mind that, but to Just descrihe thing to
hAlns mu he hadl mene them In the glass ebut
the. Silas, h eskkew win hblind. wars susd
denlye knsacked sperehkns, anid they had
to conw' hack. Silas got both hlis sirlht
aSnd his sperech when he reached bLmueew.
Since then folks have been care-fel to let
the' hosts of thols two unfoartute Qetnk
ers alone In their watch of their treamsure..
and I relle don't belie ve snwr thmt we'll
a ver get a hold of tit mnura honer"
TRAGEDIES OF MT. BLANC.
The Ves0r a t Was the UImrkemt ins he
Mesmery of ma..
Frms the. lktatm Trmas ritld.
It warn abrat 4 o'lerek in thbe after.non,
after nine hauir of as interesting a ride as
I ever took - adIHI have eoveredt a gnxal
deal of Eurnoean gandul sirae then-ca--that
we enteed thel village of (Chanesxnal in
I.). andl halted at our hontel. As we did an
we notiedtl that sun.wethint unusual huul
ccearresl. Gypuaim of iael and wmiolei
were stasdcling aruemndi in the little macUare
in froiet of the village elalar.l, all earnestly
disueaneisldngr sme applarently importanit
iUatter. Malay of theM wom.lo were weep
ing, and there was ia seade of UadnIaes ca
all time f~ees that attracwtedi ne notice. At
first we attribeated It to the* war that was
then raglear only a few leageass away.
We were Iot lons i1n earning the truth
however, for we had hardly deacecadeul
from the diligence before the terrible an
nsounccelter.st was ciadee that eleven Iamln
had been lout on Mont Rlaine. What that
meant to the dwellers in that seel.me d
village we in the great and bhuy city of
Boseto can a.reely reallie. AmIl even
uponl us, utrangers and mojournera fwr a
tay, it left an impremeoio whbkh the lapse
Syear has not yet effaced. An intelli
senrt Bnglish jgenmaimrn, who bad been at
Chalmoui smere time, and was nmaversant
with the facts, told us the ad story. He
aid that on the prevkmas Monday maorn
inc--this was WeddeLday, iNeprenher 7
three travelers, two of whom were Ameri
cans, had started with three guides u.el
ve porters for the to of the mouataitu.
Their neae were Jon C'. Randall, of
Quierny, Mass. . Dr. James. B. Beam, of
altimalore. Md., and G. M. (corke.dlak., a
They th . guide were the be"t and mast
reliable In the village, namely, John Bl
nat, Joseph B.ettona ad August ('ottet -
all well known anml estenmed by the mrs
fesilonal munstatlsm ellnhera of that tinw.
The party had e wul al thei Grand Mulete
and spent the night of Monday thlre, .et
ting the. ussal signal to inform the dwell
r beow of their mate arrival. ()as T.o-a
day nwirnisni they umpaleted the aieseelt
and reached the mualnnmit, peling th.* us
ual timew there. ( .a the afternoon of that
lay they wron scam* skowly dresmeedlng lthe
upper part of tlhe nutaina Trhey looked
like fies crawling over a white. sheet. All
at once, hea mak tlhre seemed to Is- a veil
thrown over then, and they vanlasled r.mUs
hbl sight, never to he sewn agailn. At first
not naucn anxiety was felt Iln tla valley,.
as slight snow stornes an- sot unommonl
at that aseen. . But when l.lght ca.ne) o1
and there were no signals net at ther (rual
MuaLkta, or any lights to Ier seenl about the
little hlut where theyr shukil have spelat
the mecondl night. fe-ars eLganI to take
'hal.s tlhat sumnt terrible h .atantropl.el lhad
take tI lluhe..
As an)ot asci tihe pCwl l'atl Imartially rc
('Ove rt4l from the shwuk oeas*iuioawl rb a
realisation of what uhad o*ulrrdl, the
Mairm of the villaney wilho was also thlr
chikf irukle. 'alkld for vo4lulnteern to ago] in
nU·l1 of lthe mlinasa.ng nwl-,. How forlorsn
a lho.x it was numy Irh infermld frl.m thI
fact lhe woulkl acept n uo suearrkl nleLn,
uneither any whoa wearn over :I) ysears of age.
It was about I o'clkrk wlisl these volusl
teerm. 30 in nullnslmr. with palckl of cloth
ing atId provisionas on their h.aks. coils of
-ope saIl axes over tneir h.ouklers, and
altpess.to-ks isn their lhand., a.irtdwrl in
front of t LheiMalre's oflk. to get thelir
final lIlstructlosas. They weere to o Kup to
a certain point that nsight, examine the
ground cawfutnll an lty ww llnt; tlhen IIw
-re.l .ext manoining to the mslunmit an1d si
lutl hack what saress, if any, they had
hall in their search for the missingg Ieen.
Thalt suIghth therel cfaw oni, sniit t
o'elock, a tnp.enat of winsd and rain, ar'
cuiinalaikd ly thuldker anld llglthniunng..uch
an I have raIely listea'led to or witntesedl,
eeplt i. n tien. wilss Alps. TIe s1 Ixt
mlorinilg, Lkuking fr in oir hotel windows.
we sw that lsmaw bai fallen upon thee
mnoulntain tlllk far town toward htie val
ky. anid we Isestinctively felt that tl'
etrtn.t of tle. brave vls,truerrs ,ust haIve
pnecn fruitcew., ceecn if thery tla'naselves
had anot fallen a sarifle to the fuiry of
the lclenents. n Hit ablout oi o'ckilk that
foee.onooe they werll m'l.es umeSorgim. g fo.ml
the wonds amid weres seiuo greweting their
friends. yet with saddenled faces. The y
reported that they had rsached a coamnk
ee.able isht whlen the stomnl sutekk'nly
overtook thell--a storme1 not of wind aml
rain, as we had had it, hut a firce ter
pest of wintry sleet and now. They had
.ltlt te.* ni ht under the hest shelter
l could isea--and mnall e choice It was
--and early the neat wornia bad pro
.eeded on their upwa. jouner. It was
not fa', however that ,the. .a1kl go fur
the snow had baiM' in such quantities
that noat oly were all landmarks and
paths obliterated. tut it was impousihk' to
misake aan progress without mnenentary
danger a beihng murled into aons. abyss
which could noat re avokided. because bhld
dun under a trh'hersumseoveringga sneow.
They knaew also too well, that no hunean
belin could have urvived semch a night
and Isch ýa tlpet rt aba point above that
whAh twy hadr reached.
Amul nlow. dear reader. y~ne know wihy
there was mwe g a"d w1a1g that bate.
rn.of Dg. 7, singei, hu we s.d
cSrn eept, =n mentoe f ChamWa
I-M t ra n Id hravrus -iN
Md I wiped ot of eil tanes a l a
iiwaowd the up. 8 e n irft
famalihisada - -audparentgjpin
eat upo.s thsem for ppwere
all ver peor. r lte sasse had btee mad
for them. The French and Gerua war
had kept awar isy r to a mle estent,
and ersvyabd was pitasalngno the
rd. time* a so a mubrlpt usamin
to upward of 1,00 fane was raie
a-su the etArnasr who were tur, aid
ditrIsLtud bI tls Mfuir.
It was several weeks aftrwrd tht I
learned the sequel to this terriblt aRalr.
A week or more elapsd before It was
demesa practleabes to attempt another
searrh for tbh missing sen, ad then
only wh the e bar expectaton ofndl
and blrinin down their lfekle bsodt.
There was no other hope.
Fifty of the most experienced aesun
taneers of the villae were detailed for
this ptapoer and after a lon and tedious
wearbh they eanr upoa the tUrened
eares aof several of the party, amon
whb wer thoee of Dr. Beane sad Mr.
Corkendale. They were In a sitting pos
ture, as though they had mat down to rest.
and so had perisbtld. In the cold hand of
Dr. Beane was fousnd a note book earinr
several dates, the last of which wa that
terribhle night of .Spt.mber 7. The record
stated that they had been two days In the
lkilst of a terrible snow storm; that they
ad hi ul trouble with their akldes and the
party hlul ieonmne separatel. Tbhy were
rmnneioas that they were lst, for the rec
ord clmoed as follows: "We luve dua a
grotUt in the snow at a height of 16,00
feet. I have no hope of descending, nm
fe<t are frosme, anld I am exaustod. I
have only trn.lagth so write these wordr.
I *li*. Ihlievilsk in Jesus Christ, with the
*sweet thoafIit of my family, my frienld
klhi;s, und all. I hole we shall meet In
hleaves." Dr. IHekan was a highllyesteemen
yotgl physlicias of laltilnore, iand had in
his pMounse.ion letters from promnilnslt
ottle.aI cotmsnc-t-l with thi. Snlthintian
Insttitltio.. The old 4.t of his visit to
C(laillmssinsl ml his ftatal Iastent of the
noimutain was smnaiely for Mck.lntiflp li<ves
tigetlion. Mr. lalmiall, wiho M-rished at
thl- msuale tihol, ltit whose boldy was not
remover.d, I helieve, untItil momedlays after.
wasi a well kinown relident of (lincy, ldll
I think was treasirer of the *avinigs
It is sali that Maot .lane claims at
least one vetm n every year. hut the year
1M70 was pr-e.nalnesatly its own;a fo this
terrible afarir-the wort that had ever
bhet remnembered at ('hauouni--was not
the only fatality of that season. The
other was in this wise: During the pre
vious nmonth of July an English geatle
man with hi buride visited ('hinsouni.
The lady was very alr ious to go part way
up the montaltain, mo two gukles and a
porter we*e secured, and the gestleeman
lias wife, and aa lady companion started
on their upward way. L'po0n reaching the
Grand Mlulets they found the ascent no
agreal.tle that they aonclurkd to go on
The gentlenan and guider started oas
ahead Ifr a short distancej , is order to
mare out a path for the ladies, leavlng
thenl in charge of the porter. Th had
gone iit a sthrt dista.l. when they
a ure-esesion of shrieks, and, upona has
teliang h-ack to the spot they had so re
cently left, tlhey tant the lady apan
ion standing aslne and dared with fight.
The bride and the porter had discpparaed
forever Iron the face of the earth. A
soon as the frightened woman could speak
she explained that they were all sta.pnga
their feet Iusxns the snow to keep tm
warn while waiting for the return otthleir
male osulpau.es, when it seultdnly gave
way beneath thens, and in an instant the
bride and porter were one goe e from
sight. They had beaen standinsg over a
tuarrow hbt deep crevasse, the surface
openino of whrch was hidden by the
Those who have crossed the Mer de
Glare will know what I mesa. The
treacherous crust hand fnally given way,
and the snow falling in upon thea, haid
forever shut theesu out from Intuman sight
and mound. Every possible effort was
nuade to recover the odies. hut without
avail, for thuse crevasses are somewtime
hundreeds and thousands of feet in depth,
thoulgh often not more then two or three
feet wkle at the top, wbk A. renders them
all the more dangerous after a snowfall.
I have heardl people speak of the ascent
of Mlont BlaneW as a pleasant sunnmmerday's
jaulnt. Bilt I ant quite sure tlhiy have
never tried it; neitlher luave I. The Mer
k.e Glase was enolugh for ne. There were
at that tinme :i) lwurn on the roll of gukles
at ('hamoun, but a few only of that nsaun
her were' allowed wr Ikcnsed to take any
one to llw t p of the nountain. Those
who know it best fear it nost. A fee of
100 francs--- about iG--was paid to each
guide who taade theI asucent.
.Two Exarters to each guikial a all s r, -
ir edl to carry the extra cloth l , provis.
kos,, ete'.. of tihe Irty. The ltter are
takl etas kklralle leas thlau the gukk"s anid
lnoe tern nslratu. fho they share quIally the
speril and mnore tilals share the toll of the
ascent. The'y tr" ar noblehk hxly of men,
lItnuitl te g. thier ly very strougl tie.t of ynll
patly antl frindsllulslp.
asaght a Waelt Npllder.
iraml tht* I'hlekage. Tribunm-.
It is snut often that ia wolf )pklhr is fouind
in Illinlois, astll it is Ilnot arprisinlg. thers
fore, that Mr. H. M. Truaux. of Morgais
Park. was eoIanklekrably startled the other
morsintg while trilnntlag his lawn to runa
aro ass oe of thelw ill-favo.el insects. He
qsllckly nrwetvere from, his surlrise. holw
ever, aIdl soom lanTi thie creature suiely
lclnpriomteld in a bottle. The spikkir he
lot.gedl to ltle Mgale faially.. ais lI dig
ailned with the Ltin naunmse' rma Fat.s
era, or wolf spkker. The sperisnens in
questk.s silaeasur s on(0 aslid ..ne-halt lanches
in krngth. and Its body is e.eredl with a
shell*like slatane.. Its sting l s deadly
poison. It is a native of Northern Eltrpe,
altlhousgh bIrnaches of the Mygal e fanllly
are found in the wanrmer climate.. of
Anmerca. Mme. Menrki il asathority for
time statesneslt that the Asnerlanl Mygale
atttacks tned kills small hirls. e-ven goi~ar
so far as to drug lamu. ninlg birds osat of
their nests ,and devour thenlu. Th. wolf
spider is the sL su*a fer.-keus of the My
guales, whlcrh, auereliia to It. Walek
elnear, are dllviklel into thirty-uris p*eries..
The qesestionl is': How dkl tihe slpkilr e..t
to Meargant Park'.' Mr. Truax's thelory s
that it was inl sogae way Ilbrougt over tIy
a glang of Italians who .ireratly arrival isa
this e'esniitry slid asn- now at work its Mll'
Fromn the W ashitugt I'm ..e
Tint Ikxama aul his wirf. wat Might.
Wecr driakla' av lb. cruytura
Whim enntrhing tmated up a1.
And they Mint at It
Amwodhw to their nature.
t irady sad neilf samsl near.
lCpew4lmg lutnody auurther.
SnIs e to W: Les inteTrfere..
Slut . pretends not to Iwu.
Moved f a i'ttle further.
Lave of. ye brute.' usau he In Tim.
*'Nn amn wudal 4hr .* a lady."
Hut IWih ton Ihukams turned up him'.
And in a whlis the two at thin
Were waflupim' tOurady.
Thai mighi hi was I'si bnthi ague, in heel.
Y~I,~mhentm thir 1'r
I uwsI the m*Mrn in my head
lust the wisegt word fIer ukid
Was the uae that wasn't pu&k.,n.
WT" Ymsib a in ono
In Denve Obw seems toe wide mhel
to Nhew anb of mum, -sowsw
whe, bas in explainmimsfe humehess
who he upends a kM~ amwa fro bwa
The dwel &hs - arn memmunl fluleg o
oweeps In ansk4elows oboust Deaver
wm the thremdeg M.- I a
see umini mt h. 611 adbws Vssow
DeorIsie he0, th os amuhh i the
tbo fikuds almml . hs tme thI
am oilies musm". ater hend ao the...f
D~envuer tbw he s pioed Awf IN "l~eeu
eft psIds I a slls the m Tinhis
biathet Ie no~t~ "0 1iai thet sede In know
m, amemlo musdsbepitd s oeist Is
bcie the insewiptios upon IL. Hem it Im
OPUN ALL NIGHIT.
OAwUA. DamXVms. .us,.
Thi IN to aeulyt~ ho Mr. -woeS
at the - both* an mig*A.
It is to he presumed that this certificate
promot-. pence sand candor$ in Denver's
BIELENBERG & GO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Hutton and Pork,
Jus received at
1s Bedroas Mults.
1oe Carload of $prlagm. flue Carlod of Mat
mes.. S Bedroum nults.
Ose Carlkad of tib. IFlnee Paro Pr urltlkr
ever bmrouult to MotLama.
A FULL LINE OF OFFICE DESKS.
dokeasm ad Aecretarles
FRENCH CHOP HOUSE,
vIRST STRKET. ANACONDA.
F. B. HUGHES & CO.,
pltedl wmels serdvd tae m 5 A. M. Lto I P. M.,
at prees hfrem U efuts up.
Good Lurches Served at atty Howr
of the Day or Night.
[ee. Fortes the Phee,
First Street, Near Oak.
The Mot Select Mtock i Anaesda. go to
BARRETT & JACKY'S
FAIR DRAI.IN0 RAUOmARLUW PwICI
J. P. DUNN,
-- Al D-.-
Produce of all Kinds.
FIRST RT. ANACONiDA, MONT.
0O1OOD 000) CLmRTRLU.L TRAT'MRlT
The Montana Central Railway
will sell tickets to Columbus, O..
September I to 14 inclusive, at a
single fare (168.15) for the round
trip on account of the Sovereign
Grand Iodge I. O. O. F. conven
Good returning until Septem
ber jo. For further particulars
I apply to W. Pinkham, Grand Rep
resentative Sovereign Grond
SLodge, or M. C. ticket office.
-O HI IRC -
cessemwnmsal, Usinshleg ade easbge.gl~m . " lowh., O.mb. 0.
M Mem.lN . M Iium In.."i. s Anr., t, . Sme, ImagsMr nmd M.
Meuan. Ca.m_, a ise Weeks.
Geared and Direct Acting,
Prospecting and Development Hoits. IBulders of
IMPROVED AIR .COMPRESSORS,
* Wire Jramnvays
Tr.e Weaning Machines and Zmnbrs (Coaeentrator. Eletric Light Plarts.
Agents for Rand Rook Drlls and Comnpressor. Otis Elevator. KEnowles
Puaps. Root Blowers, Kngelsand & Douglas Raw Mills. Penntylvania
Diamond Drll and Mft. Co. BDragwanatb Heaters.
SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES,
United States Electri, Light Co. New Maven Machine Tools. Masme
L. C. TRENT, SALT LAE CIT, UTA. .
GKENRAL WcsmTKRN MANAOER.T
Sole Western Agents for
Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
i- nn - !-- N I . . . . ! n
E. C. FREYSCHLAG & CO.
LEADING SHOE DEALERS.
Bart & Pikard and laird, Schober & Mitce's
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
CLOSING OUT SALE
4L ,ciioscaq,. MITCHELL.
Desiring to close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishing
Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we will
continue our sale of Clothing at Actual Cost until every garment is
sold. If you need a suit, a pair of pants, or an overcoat. See our
prices before you buy and save money.
E. C. R:.RYSCH LRC a CO..
Next Door to Bank, - - - - Anaconda. Mont.
JOS. F. 7,URRAY.
Having purebated tte business formerly conducted b~ Janmes MeNulty is now pre
pared to furnish his custoners with the atnst brands of
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be fouad in the city.
=PRUITS I N D COG N IBCTION ERY
Fresh and chaie. A well assorted stock at STATIONERY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
J. S. PATRKR a& CQ.
Suits Made to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies'
Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty.
FPONT WEIrI - - - - - - ANACONDA
Tr Daoores UeInrbw Or. CmeraI as.l. c'lealg ead U .yarlu aPre)- AtLsed t.