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THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ift 1889.
of im-Imc toe Fltmt to^^vrr a Motllatetl Horf^.
1Uk New York Hun.^After the rkw off tbc war Texas, Arkaii-^Kanaaa and Missouri Mwaniutl with^I men. I'min 1MU^ to I.-** law ami order '^ami military MN almost powerieaa j^a^raiitat tin- lawless liaiitl* ami igaiifpt ^^^^o-eaperudoc s. I went weal ami wax em^^ployed aa a government whkiI, %^tit la-ina I^wound**! hy an Indian arrow in ^1 ^^^ sprint* |^off IHK7, I sot a tint-.- months' leave of an-^wnn- and went ^l^^ 'i on die IVtiw coast I^to recruit. 1 li.nl la-e,i at liuliaiiola alM^nt ^^four weeks, Itoardiiiir at a private hoii*-c, I^wlieii 1 took a small saillsiat one ilay and^went otf up tlie inner luty on a Ion K^trip. At noon 1 ran into die mouth^of a creek, wla-re a ealtill wax in view^cilciil.it i i in on if'ttiliK some lilatel.es i^to replaee my Htta*k. Tin* ealiiu wait^alaait llfty feet from the water's ctlirc.^ami after a ^hillo!^ which was not an^^swered. 1 lauded ami walked up to the |^liousc. TIa- dour ^*i^hhI wide o|h-ii, ami (Ml^tlM- floor lay a man, cold anil ^)^^-^^I. having j^la-cn f hot in the Itrcast. After a inouieiit^I entered for a rlmuT investigation, and^fell of the ln^il^ anil foiunl it eolil. Heath :^liad ixi'iirnil several iMHira previously.^The ealtill was a wn tilled structiuc,^IMiorly furnished, and it did not seem af if^the motive BMW have lieen roMt-ery.
Ihail retiirueilto Mm dour, illttliililit; to^hasten to Iniliaiiola and give the alarm,^alien a tlshlioat, enrryiiiK four men, '^landed ie the ereek. I went down and^related the liewm, ami all of them returned I^to tla* house with me. Tlir nu ll satisfied '^theinxelvex that the hody wax eold, ami^presently drew apart anil ln'U.in toeonxult !^together, ami after four or live minutes *^tln'ir leader said to me:
Mymates an' agreed that this don't look I^right, xtraliirer.
Howdo you mean^^^^Why, thar'x hin a murder hero.^^^So then- lias, hut you don't eouneet me^with it, do you V
Well,we found you hen- alone.^^^But I had only just arrived. Supit-oMt- I^bail found you here. That ImmIv, ax you^ace, ia atom- eolil, showing that death took^place hours ago, while I left town only at^7 o'clock this iiioniiiiK- He wax dead then^x^r aoon iiftcr.
Tinyconsulted again, anil ti|eli lie Maid:^^You may la' all right, hut you'll have to^prove it. We Hindi take you to town,
Iexpn-xxed my willingness to bo anil^asked them to purtif ularly rcniemljer the^state of tin- Issly. ami to examine my re^^volver and note its condition. I hadn't the^Icaxt idea that I hail got myself into trouhlc,^hnt I mmiii tliacovt-re-d to the contrary. I^wax given in ctinrge of an officer at Iniliaii^^ola and a party went tip to view the laxly.^There had hecii a murder. SomelMxIy wax
rjilty.I wax found then- ami alone. If^waxn't guilty then I must prove myself^iimiM'cnt. That wax the way of the west^then. Then- wax hut one lawyer in the^town, anil he wax a |xx^r one, hut I secured^his service. I wax confined ill an old^hnildiug iixcd ax a guard houxc during^iluring the war, ami ax simhi ax the party^returned and rei^ortcd that no trace of^tin- murderer could lx- found piiltlic sent i-^meiit wax against me. A warrant wax is^^sued hy the local justice, ami the next day^I wax l-ought for examination. There^wasn't the slightest proof to hold me on,^lait the 'mpiiro, who knew nothing what-^ev^T of law, and wax hardly intelligent in^the onliiiao* sense, ordered me held until^further investigation. Small mpiadx of^^lien were xeut out to Is-at up for the mur^^derer, hut at innhi on the third day all^had come in except one, anil hail met^with no success. I xat looking out of a^woollen hnrrcd window facing the street,^when I saw live or six men stop op|Misite,^and hegiti to argue ami discuss. They^were talking when my lawyer entcrtHl,^and ciMtlly olxwrveil:
Well,they haven't fouml anylMxIy else,^and the hoyx nay they an- Koing to hang
lnlinmaaMHttad Atloptetl by a Lon^^don Mother.
fromthe l-emlim Telegraph.
Kcccntly,in one of the London polic*^courts, a married woman wax cliargcd^with cruelly ill-treatinir her soil, aged 7, hy^placing a hot |x^kcr in his mouth. A lodger^ill the xauie house ax the prisoner stated^that on Saturday afternoon the prisoner^^cut her lx^y on an errand to a liakcr'a^^hop ami that the child returned ami said^that he hail lost the money, three |M-nce.^Sliortly afterwanl the pris oner went out,^ami on her return she told witness that^^h^- did not Ix-licvo her son's story and^that sh^- had gone to sec the woman at tlx^^Kiker'x shop, who told her that tin- la-si^way of curing a child of telling false honda^wax to Inn ii its tongue with hot curling^irons. The prisoner added that she had^not tlii' irons, hut she would use a poller,^ami then went upstairs to her nxnns. Wit^^ness ilid not Ix-lieve that prisoner would^do such a thing, '^it x^xm afterward- she^heard the Ixiy scre-aiiiing, ami, riin-^tiinif iipstaiis* to the prisoner's xit-^tinrx nx.ni xhi* xaw a small |xiker in the^fin1. The prisoner admitted that she had^used th^' poker ill the way she had threat^^ened lo do, ami witness, on examiiiinir the^child, found that his lodflMe and the side^of his mouth wen* hunit. She was untaxed^at the cruel conduct of the mother and^eouimunii atetl with the police. The pris^^oner wax taken into eustixly MX after- ,^wan Is.
Aihx'tor who had examined the child^said that the front of his tonuue waa^hiirncd, though not very seriously, anil |^also tin- side of his mouth. The prisoner,^ill defense, xaiil that her moii hail on two i^or thn^e different la-eaaioiix, when xent on I^errands, stolen some of tlx- money and 1^afterwanls told lies alxult it. He had also |^told lies alaait other matters and on Sat- I^tin-day, in coiixc4|iM-ucc of the advice given |^la-r hy the woman at the haker's shop, she^determined to break him, once for all, of^the habit. The woman told her that if she 1^used a pair of hot curling irons or a j^xkewer it would cure the Ixiy of lying ili-^xtaiitly, adding that she must not make^th^- instrument loo hot, but hot enough to J^make the child feel it. The Woman said^she hail known two or three children to^lx- cured in this way.
'Butyou know I'm iiiuix-ent '.^'^'^ ^f course 1 do, but they don't Ix-lieve
Anilthey will hang an iumx'ciit man^Ix-cause they can't lllid tin- guilty one'.'
'That's alKMit the xixc of it. I'll go out^and have another talk, however. You^know we don't go much on either law or^IP mom-1 around here since the war.
Hewent out ami a crowd gathered ami^I IleanI every won! of his mimhi-Ii to them.^He mounted a Im^x and said :
Now,then, what's tin- use^ Let's lixik^at the facts in tin- cam-. It's morn's likely^old ^ hihlers wax shot afore tin- prisoner^left home. What would lie want to kill^him for'.' The old man had nothing to lx-^mblx-d of except a gun and aomc traps,^anil tin- prisoner didn't have them ami^wouldn't want 'em. Then, too, he wax xhot^with a rille ball, and tlx- prisoner only^had a n-volver. If he wax guilty he'd^havi- run oil' when tlx- HkIiImmiI came up;^but he went right down to meet it. Now,^don't you go ami hang a man who is inno^^cent.
Amithen one of the crowd got up on^the same Imix ami said :
Tom'xa-talkin' fur pay. I'll leave it^to any man hen- if the prisoner pmviil his^inuiM-eiiee. Wasn't he tharV Wax any^one else thar'.^ Wax any one olxo tharV^Hill In- prove he wasn't thar'.' If he didn't^do it who did T How do we know it takes^live or six hours for a dead man to get^eold f How do we know he didn't get into^a dispute with the old man V
Severalothers s|x^ke against me, all^using the same empty sopistry, ami then^the lawyer returned ami said :
TheIxiys is ImhiikI to do it, and you^had Ix-xt get really, they w ill give you an^hour.
Ifelt it was useless to fur thin- argue,^anil wrote out a statement ami a couple^of letters, gave my guard din-ctionx nhout^certain matter-, and wax then ax n-ady ax^1 could lx-. Wax I nervous^ Not a hit.^While I Wiis certain that I should lx-^haiiged, I did not feel like Ix-imMiliillg my^fatc. If I had Ix-en armed I wouil have^made a light for revenge, but ax I wax de^^fenseless, I simply waited for tin- crowd^to come. 1 woiidcnil how they would^hang me, ami when I n-llect^sl that they^hail no gallows anil that I should Ix-xtran-^glcil, 1 hail something like vertigo for a few^minutes. It had juxt passed away when^five or xix of the cmwd came in.^I wax let I out c oiiiliii-ti-tl alsiut a^t|iiurter of a mile to a tn c. ami after I hatl^had ill)' arms and legs tied I was lifted to^the head of it whisky barrel ami the mxixc^of the nipt- dmp|x-il over my head. They^wt-n-vi-ry ctxd itlxmt it, ami I heard some^of them -.tying that 1 evidently meant to^ilie game. When all was n*aily I was asketl^if I had anything to say. I replied that^I tin I. and for about ten minutes I gave it^to them tlx- Ix-st 1 knew how, ami hy no
llll-llllx neglected tilt* juxtifc, who sttxxl
closehy. I wax astonished at my own^nerve ami ctMtluexx. I hadn't t|uitc wound^up yet when some one discovered that the^laxt party out wax appnuat-hing. One of^the men wax waving a hamlken-hief, ami^when I aaw it I knew that some discovery^hatl been made.
Iatood with the iiikn' alMMit my neck^for xeven or eight minutes longer, but ax^aoon ax the men came up then- wax a sud^^den change of Imimc. They hail got on the^track of the murderer, hunted him for sev^^eral iHxirx.autt finally hatl xhot him down^and bad Iiih hody in the ImmiI. I was, of^course, releaxeil, and everyone sought to^apologise for hix actions, anil it was only^when the whtile affair wax over that I shiv^^ered at my near approach to death.
Heim a int-an man who, on meeting an^accjuaintanc-o who is afflicted with the^ague, nays: ^Shake!
Mauyof Thrm Think a l^ally Hatli in^It,-ally a Net-rxnlty.^fit-auliiifxs ix a virtue which is not^xiipppo-xetl to Im- practised to any large ex^^tent among uncivilized |Mt^ples. It ia facts,^however, thut at Hue xavage trilx-x are^cleanly ill their habits, and in this n-xpect^are far Minx-rior to many |mh^ple who live^in civilixetl lainlx. In xcori-x of African^trilx-x the daily It-ath ix reganktl ax a ne-^cexsity of life, and the llrxt duty of the^morning ix to bathe in the river or little^atreum tlmt llowx near the native village.^Many Africans also never think of eating^without w ashing (heir hands and faces^after the meal. This habit ix widely^practised, ami has Ix-en observed mil^only among such advanced |m-ople ax the^Wagamla, hut also among snuiller anil^less promising trilx-x on the Congo.
Itmay xurprixe some people to learn^that tlx- use of tixith brushes ix known in^all parts of Africa. The African ix noted^for hix line white teeth, hut he tloex not^keep them white without an effort. The^toothbrush used hy the native African^couxixtx of a short stick of llbr-oiix wimmI,^which ix flicwcil until the llhrcx at the^entl resemble hrixtlex. The nalivcx xiM-utl^couxiilerahle time rubbing the end of this^little xtiek over their teeth. Mr. Axhc xayx^that tlw- Wauyamwcsi, who have xph-iitlitl^teeth, seldom have the brushes out of their^mouths.
Wewoultl think it very hartl lincx were^we coiii|x^lletl to keep clean without xtwip.^But mauy Afrieanx havi- their soap. ttx^,^which, though it ix soft and rather dirty ill^ap|m-araiiff, anxwerx itx pur|xixe very well.^Tin- Wagamla. for instance, placex ashex^ill plantain leavex foltkil up in the form^of a funnel. Water ix |x^un-d in, ami ix^caught ax lye in another veaael. Then fat^ix added to the lye, and the mixture ix^ImiIIimI down. The prtM-exx ix almost ex^^actly the same ax that used hy our farniers^ill the manufacture of xofft soap. There ix^little doubt that it wax introduced into^(he euuatorial Arrica fnmi Kgyp( ami die^Soudan.
Iam hungry'; will yon give me enough^to get a meal with'.'
Iwax on Hoy( xtn-e( going toward^Pulton, xayx a writer in the Bnaiklyn^(Vfi:iu, iinil turning I xaw a large, well-^tln-xsetl man, of prolMibly 41) years of age.
What's(he trouhlc, friend^^ I aaked.
IIs long to Haltimon- and eaine up^here expecting to get something to do,^^the man replied. ^I have found out my^mistake ami am left widiont a cent in the^world.
Igave the mail a tpiarter. and wishing^him Ix tter luck, passed on. rinding I^hail forgotten my keys I turned back ami^retraced my steps toward home. I saw^(he man whom 1 had just aided coming^out of a saliMin with time others, all^ctpially well dressed. My man was smok^^ing a cigar. They got on a l-'ulloii street^ear and went lip town.
IIx'gau to muse. It wax Tuesday morn^^ing. These men hail hail a gtxxl time the^night Ix-forc, had -pent all their money,^ami doubtless hatl devised a scheme by^which they con It I get enough to have an^early morning th ink to set them up and^la |xiy (heir fiin-x home. I'mtadily each^man hail adopted (In- same plan ami been^-u Hit-it-iit ly successful to attain the tit ^^sin-tl etui.
Tln-rrMay tie Trttulnle.
Twoyoung ladies who an- tpiite friends,^anil who an- just now living under the^same i-,s^f, have- pels, xayx the Atlanta^CwnafifafMJM. ( ^ne owux a line Scotch ter^^rier. The other owns a pel rat. Both rat^ami tlog an- full grown. Naturally the rat^is afraid of the tlog, ami the dog knows it.^To keep the rat alive iMitli ladies are con^^stantly on the guanl.
Itix tpiite ilitcre-xliiig and not a little^amusing to xce tin- ladies, each with her^|M-(. in the same rimiii. The rat-owner,^with her rodent tn-asun- ill her lap, will^gather it (ti her Imixoiu as the tlog enters^the room, at tin- same time crying:
^IMl, I'll.i, for the love of heaven, put^that miserable, ugly, cruel, wn-tchctl tlog^out of hen-.
Oh,put thai horrible, gnawing Daia*^onions rat in its cage or kill it,^ will be^(he answer.
Theladies iin* tin* warmest friends^hut if that terrier ever kills that rat it'll Ix-^war to (he knife a war which only the^death of the tlog can end.
ATrlaiimk ^f Art.
Lady-Yillicrs: Splendid! Magnificent.
Boxkinxist-lf-matle iii-iii : I'm 'appy^you admire 'em. lsnly Yillax.
Oh,yea, they're very- line! Very frraliii:
Hoesyer ladyship mean the historical^battle pictun s or (he xt-a lamlxca|M-s '.'
KhVOh -oh o! I lieg your iwinlou ; I^meant the frames!
Nomore -uprising change hax been an^^nounced than the rejection of the pointed^toe hy Knglish boodnukerx, of course in^defen-iiec (o the demand of higher author^^ity. With it will go the high heel.
TtteWBtm of a Cool Harglar Wta l^eft
HixColl at Will.^( ntc night laat ^ letober John P. t 'amp-^hell, editor of the flay tTenter IMmjmiIch,^waa awakened hy la-aruig nonw one stum^^ble in hix room, writex the Kanaax City^eorrex|Minih^nt of tlx* Ulnhr-ltemttrrnl. He^sprang to hix feet, revolver in hand, anil^confronted the intruder, itiipiiring hix^I business. The maii very etsilly said :^I ^I wax juxt passing the house, anil, Im^^I hig tmt ot money, tlMMight I would come^ill ami -ee if could find some. Ax I was^' going away with (hix little bundle winch 1^| hull gathered I lrip|Mtl mi this rug ami^^ awakened you. 1 am very sorry indeed^' thai I tlistiirlxil your l-cst.
Well,you an* a c^x^l one,^ ejaculated^' Camplx'll. ^1 guess you hall bettor xtiind^I when* you an* for a few minutes until I
tln-ssand 1 will take you down to the !^! sht rill.
Youan- very kind, indeed, (o go to so 1^milch trouble for a stranger. 1 w ill lx- -^| very glatl to make (he sheiill'x aetpiainl-^am ^ , |M^li(ely n*x|M^t.ileil the burglar.
CaiiiplM-llexeortetl hix prisoner lo the |^i jail, w here he till mil him over to Sheritl' I^' James Sterling, tt lling linn that the man^\ Wits probably insane, lie wax placed in a '^| cell, ami next morning he was taken Im- I^I fort Justice -J. W. Miller, when- he gave 1^\ the name of Henry Carton. He waived |
fexaminationanil was returned (o jail in !^il fault of fljUUO hail, to await (he action I^I of tin- grand jury at the January term of '^i the cm lilt court.
Thejail at ( lay Center is u two story^I brick anil stone building with latest im-^pnivt-meuts in xteel cells ami gratings,^I ami is eoiisitlen-d the strongest in the^I state. AI m.ut iiimiii on the day of the com^^mitment Carton sent for Attorney K. 1*.^| HurknexM to come to the jail to talk about^t the ease and define the line of defense.^W hen HariUWM w ent to the cell Carton^hatl not a Word to say about hix case, but^confined his conversation to scientific ami^literary subjects. He appeared to Im- all ;^exceedingly w-ell-n-atl man and surprised ^^Ihirkiiess by lux erudition. After eon- I^-aiming an hour in this talk Mr. Harkm-xx 1^became impatient and asketl Carton to I^speak of hix case.
You play hillianls, don't you'.^' was*^the -uprising reply.^^Vex, why ^^'
Well,I will meet you at (but billiard ,^hall aemxx the way at H o'clock this ^ ,eu- '^ing, and while we play we can talk ; Ixnit^my ease.^ I
But(he sheriff won't let you go out (o^play billiards. You must n-meiulM-r yon^an- in Jail.
That'sall right. You meet me there^at k o'clock this evening,^ answered Cur-^toll.
Harkiit-sxwax convinced that hix client^was insane, hut hix manner wax so earn^^est ami etxil that when evening came on^he could not n sist the temptation to go to^the billiard hall. Promptly ut a o'clock^the door opened ami ill walked^Carton, whose entrance cn-atcd no^xurprixe lo anyone except Hark^nexx, for then- wen- only a few ill^town that wen- awan- of a new prisoner^Ix'ing in jail, and none hail xecu him. He^went tlin-etly up to Harkness, anil the two^men Ix-gau a game of hillianls. While^11 n game was in pmgrcxs Sheriff Sterling^entered the place. He did not rccognizc^(he prisoner, hut Harkm-ss, who wax now^completely nonplussed, called to him and^^HI ^l.iMik here. Sterling, ix it your^usual custom (o allow your prisoners (o be^out playing hillianls at dux hour of the^night V
Whatdo yon mean'.^' asked the^xlx-riff.
Why,I im an that this man Carton wax^committed to jail this morning to await^(he action of the grand jury, ami now he^ix hen- playing billiards in the evening.
Sterlingturned pale from tin* slits k^and fear that then- hail Ix-en a jail hreuk.
Don'tget excited, old fellow,^ aaiil^Carton; ^I only wautctl to get a little^fresh air; but if you object 1 will go back^now.
Thesheriff, the lawyer anil the burglar^cmxxetl the xtreet to the jail, where every^iltMir wax found closet I and locked, eveli^the cell tltxir Ix-ing fast. fn all intpiiriex^aa to how he got tail Carton made no re^^ply. He wax n-plat-cd in the cell, anil bid-^tling lux companions gtxxl night, prepared^for Ix-d.
Threeor four ilayx afterwanl Carton^asked the sheriff if he could not take a^walk around the (own to get a little frexli^air. Sterling laughed ami toltl him thut it^wax against the rules. Carton did not ap^^pear to Im- disappointed, hut next morning^when Sterling came from hix apartments^to the jail entrance he wax astonished to^see Carton tniietly sitting on (he steps^smoking a cigar. ^ ^ll seeing the sheriff^he an is ^ ami saluted him, telling him that^he needed fn-sh air so badly that he con^^cluded to take a walk Ix-fon- breakfast.^He wax lix-kcd up again by the sheriff, who^was thoroughly alarmed at (he fact that^this man could at will pas- through tin-^walls, apparently, of the strongest jail in^the state. Carton toltl him to give himself^no uneasiness, UH he liked his tpiarter- too^well to leave tlit-in until winter wax over^During the latter part of Novi-iillx-r, the^liK-k on the vault of (he Farmers' anil^Merchants' hank iMt-ame deranged, ami^the tilth-ials wen- compelled to undergo a^teiii|Mirary siis|M*iisiou until (hey could gc^some one to o|x*n the lock. All the Itx- k^smiths in the town ami the hank lock ex^^M-rts of Kansas City- tried their skill on^the refractory Moor In vain, and the bank^^ers wen- going to send to New York for an^expert, when Carton toltl (he sheriff to^oiler his services, ax he thought he could^o|m-u the vault. He had given Sterling^such good reason to Ix-lieve ill lux powcr^that the sheriff had no hesitancy in tell^^ing the bankers that he hatl a man who^could o|x-u their safe for them. Carton^was escorted to the bank, ami in the^pn-sem-e of the sheriff ami the liauk^otllciatx went to work, in half an^hour he swung (la* door open^ami then examined the hx-k and adjusted^tin- part which hail given the (rouble. Af^^ter receiving (he thanks of (Ile banker^he was (aketihaek t o hix cell.
Whenthe district court convened the^judge fouml a very large diM-kct, and the^MM wax that Carton's east- had to be^postponed until the August term. All^spring ami summer Carton ttxik his regu^^lar nightly exeurxiotix ami the matter Da-^came so common thai the sheriff Ix-gnu to^lose his fear of all MMM l.a-t Thurs^^day, however, Carton'x cell tltxir wax o|m-ii^ami the prisoner wax not standing on the
jailsteps. (In a stand ill liltII wax a
noteto Sterling, thanking him for hix^kindness ami stating that pn*ssing busi^^ness further west necessitated his hasty^departure.
Thiswax startling, bill when John A.^Moss, cashier of the Farmers' ami Mer^^chant-' bank. o|m-Ufd his desk thai morn^^ing he found a note fniui Carton stating^that he hail taken $*JIIO from the safe in^the vault to pay hix traveling ex|x*nses,^and that he couxidcrcd this ax a fair pay^^ment for hix services in fixing the vault,^for which he never received pay.
Mossrushed to the vault, and in the raft-^on a pilt1 of mom y he found u receipt for^RAM, signed ^Henry Carton.^ An exam^^ination showed that this wax all that waa^taken fnua (be thiiuxumlx of tlollara that^wen- at h.nnl. Not a clew has' Ix-cn found^that wouhl h atl' to the discovery of the^mail, anil Sheriff Sterling llrnily la'lievea^that he hax hail charge of xome xii|ieriiat-
Theillusion Ixmnets will Ix- worn later^this season (ball they hayc Ix-cn hereto-^fore, anil il ix said that they will even be^prepared for autumn uxc.
Aalim, rye gla^cd, erimaoa-aaabod^dude bad an unlucky experience at tba^Xoo yeaterday, xayx the Philadelphia
tlfconl.He waa in the monkey houxc. ^ A^dear girl waa flinging tremblingly to bia
foat-alecve, anil both were encaged in the^innocent amuaemeut of adminlatering^peanntx to a group of Darwinian theor-^ixtx. Then- wax one monkey, unfortu^^nately, wbuae tastes were rather eatlietic^than epicurean, anil it took him but a^minute to size up (Im- ttamlxiyaiit waist^^band. In a second the monkey had the^sash anil wax scrambling to the nxif of^the cuge.
Theyouth gave a horrified shout, tile^maid shrank ill terror, but Jocko wasetxil^anil collected, lie amused himself the^rest of the afternoon by chewing silken^nigs ami |x King hix brethren wilh the^tpiiil^.
I-lolll i i lip.
I.lxiie/er: Dili you waler tl.. cows to^^night, Hiram V
Hiram:No, I forgot.
Youshouldn't have forgotten, but then^we will water the milk, and that will do^just as well.
laiibmidcryof all kinds in xilk, metal,^ami in Ix-ails will Im* out- of the principal^ornaments for winter toilets of all kinds,^^ lay or evening.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers
Beef,Mutton and Pork,
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OneCarluail of Spring-*. One Carlnad of Mat^^tresses, wo Uetlruotn Suns.
One4'arloatl of the Kinext Parlor Furniture^ever brought to Montana.
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GoodLunches Served at any Hour^of the Day or Night.
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RKAXONAIII.K I'll 11' KH
Produceof all Kinds.
TheMontana Central Railway^will sell tickets to Columbus, O.,^September il to 14 inclusive, at a^single fare ( 1 5 ) for the round^trip on account of the Sovereign^Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. conven^^tion.
Goodreturning until Septem^^ber 30. For further particulars^apply to\V. I'inkham, Grand Rep^^resentative Sovereign Grond^Lodge, or M. C. ticket office.
AnilMachinery for tin- Systematic Rttlnctioii of tireu by Anialiraiiintion,^CoiK-ciitnition, Smeltlns and Loat-liiiiK, BuiliU-ra of tin- Honii stakc, Gran-^itt- Mountain, Drum Lummon, Anaconda, Him- Bird, Lexington mid Ili-^Mctiilic Coiu|^aiiics' Kttlut-tii^n Works.
(iearedand Direct Acting,
t'roK|MH.-tinirami Developni^^nt Hoixtx. IStnltlcrs of
TrueVanning Machines and Embrey Coiicentrator. Klcctric Litflit Planta.^Aift-utx for Hand Rock Drills and Compit-xxorx, Otix Elevatora, Knowlea'^Pumpa, Root Blowers, Kinsxlaml A Douglas Saw Mills. I'cinisylvuina^Diamond Drill and Mtg. Co. Barairwanatli Heaters.
UnitedStates Electric Light Co. New Haven Machine Toolx. Mason
Genkkal Wkstkiin Manaokk.
SALTLAKE CITY, UTAH.
SoleWcxtcrn A(rentx for
TylerWire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
EC. FREYSCHLAG ^ CO.
Bart^ Packard and Laird. Schober ^ Mitchell's^FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
Desiringto close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishing^Goods and handle nothing but Hoots 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.O. FREYSCHLHC St CO..
NextDoor to Hank. .... Anaconda. Mont.
Havingpurchased the business formerly conducted hy .lames McNulty in now pro-^pared to furnish his customers with the finest hranilti of
Domestic,Imported and Key West Cigars
Tobe found in the city.
Freshand choice. A well assorted stock of STATIONERY.
JOS.F. MURRAY. - - Main Street. Anaconda.
SuitsMade to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies'^Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty.
rarerDoors Below Orand Central Hotel. Cleaning and Krpairtn^ Promptly AUt utled to.