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An uw wCOr HIIN ART~.
£m wm~e I&IS wamums
ab A assiu hommaslf aSum
ala ashes. Ma-rel, fln-.-rmil
gwoma ew wlHsk loaks Ot- ot
ýi bw t swalllws bp y Ihe
wM fer Mm ua studio In WA bhe
hemsac -e -ir bu- whis h onalat@ the
sude feWMo. The lay Btum' answers
,v ps offap model, tlit. MarveIl
Isd VMS o as mwe B~eside, me
41,0,011 eanm f;altfi Ilm belowg ibm. to
unminrus ths migM If Nhbe aseured the.
senses ota plump a^" pretty female wBo
Ifa s law for bms In matrte bi e dUt
ap4 wW~d And the re in no dmd
Our that the lay Gurem will fall in love
wi him, - a midel mifgt, few Marvel
aardies Is mothing If not fibing.
The other sight young handfii. deter
mimie to take Miss Mebitabi. ?Iaadflieu to
-w the piftures at the expoaidon. Miss
MahiableIn related to Marvel, but the re.
latiamahp is distant-so distant "th Mar
vel wrished to maske it cloase. He did not
cmb' owedome. Arm's length was too far
Mia Mebitabe demurred Ulightly at
$rms when Marvel mked her to acoampany
him to the art gmerries. She bimbed
ramwy as she mkid:
"I al-a--a-raid that t I. not a p-p-
U plau , r Fi a -la--lamoont ail
me to. is it, Mr. !andAles t."
sn? dessanded S.andtles bold
Ibp Io tao thi mater out at
one. Hekw what wn colams well
e.agh. He bad ot fjha t the questson
t de plae of the nude n art over and
er again with his mother, without har
Spet good du etanding of the
:;astid C oMi. Me hataie "thesw
ag asp agea these that-thet
e aoew of the kind," ne
"Ob bm arimest ve such noioues
el what I. atm sand w"rong."
"I don't tink I madeteand You, Miss
MM ra ssof w omen." replied
e~.n arblign her b.wrath as hl
arh e smmene of women
thage, estab .ru NeTw 'oone chas
-. :ms la.t i a meaaklnn Jacket with
a walk. What's wrone with tha for
" that isnt the klind !"
"Oh, you know well enough. Women
withoeut- without- withouat - w-l-thout -
M"Ye. ar Of coue."
"Yels that's You know what I
"Of c-ses. But thous pictues are all
iI anmd the demmed ones ae all wrong,."
"Oh Mr. andlesg bow can you may
"Yeassw HE true."
"W pre You know in the garden
of dea befoaR the 'hll' there was no
shk a . Mrblactk drapereh and Sounces
anud w. Ev aeyt was pue asuu l
Ie sauad inexpenlve. No malliner.
msuh like. Bt after the 'fal' cames
the 'winter of disoteaat and people had
to dress or easeh coll. Beat it wasn't nat
eral or pure a or aa~ythi ese esut
a tek to e their lnnocence."
"eanb . Nsiltes., how did we
eau e to dimeas s qaae q ues n so free
"Caa't u. replid Besndul.s, as the
O weeded w desr i owa rd
ab prkluae fa coamclesnee eings al
ld d ~all of her curinesty beina
The rs tlcture before whom the dea
esadnts or the immortal nladties who
ease over I tlh ark st d was that
faelfel one Will H. 'ow . enatitled
Lave DIsarmed." A giral whoea
elamis robe has sapped d to her
bhause., haol the rguaes.h young arch
"There." exclaImed Mehitable,mnudgN
Marvel wita her elbow, that's what I
"Beautlful, sn't It?" ejaculated Marvel,
Sals hes admarngrly on the canvas.
tI ot hink so! retuarnted the young
l , hait turnlng away.
Oh,I don't mean that eh is aLs hsuti
ft a. you are. you now,"a eclnaled
Marvel, tsenking t h chi mapanion
"How do you kno-that Is-I never
thought tihat you thought, you aknow, that
I"Bu I' ta. PrIettier than bse i.
e .go a nice comnpleslon. hasn't
Sshould say so; tht's what we artists
call luab tints."
"Ye-It's nmighty hard to get right."
"Cet!t Ah, pardon me. I meant cer
"Hut even if she has xxl flesh tints. as
you call them, I don't think the picture I.
r....,do you '
t! What's not proper?"
W anyway, yaou never saw such
green leaves as toe are on that tree."
"No, perhaps not. But this is an kial
picture. You never saw a little boy with
-tngon Ike that one bha."
" o, and lon never saw a woman with
no more lothe on than she has got,
"Haven't I, tbo-eb? What did you
? Oh, of course not. The picture is
_to be used for decorative purpases."
tb o wou e people umoved lngruidly
"It Is a fine collction, Isn't it. Miss
Htty ?" ventured the young artist.
"The atalogue says that there are 476
painting here " returned the young lady
ortly, as i the great number settk'l
the value of the collection.
"rhat's a big lot, ain't it?OLook at that
sue. So natural Isn't it?"
"Now, that sky-"
"Yes, that sky is so blue."
"You can almost think you arn out
doors, can't you ?"
"But It don'tklook like the sky over ('hi
"WI, bShe b use it's too blue."
"It isat asmoky enough, ebh "
"Tat's it. How clever ou re."
"Oh, It runs in our family."
"iHave you got any pictures here, Mar
II-o. I haven't. I sell all of mine as
eem. a. they ame tod."
M C repbd a thing that i," said
Marve psiato 'i poeture of two young
W I thl lpt How mean of you
uo ed sMn e pnee` P y th/in s'
&U a&Uelte l painti 'hinn j
" ara gla to know agt.
" u4ers 4 would be. Just look at
teaha ton hi theack. There is a touch of
"I e tk itis a toauch at nature at
ai. It nsmn to me to he like what you
w u eaw Suhhmoe
^*)l«Th ~ *OThM-ha ha hsu
hasw M =W. t8m
«Hs rmu Ohvaer I What
how So-n akarI,
eversims Clm clusrwar
ubt TYom betw tell ibr you loev IM
Iftelmad Olter NMI"ehu
"INt I dou't love her. I thougit I did,
ut h *I. un wothyii .w isv.. Now, you
saee Marvl, wtn* a fta1miytre..P'
"That's so& a pIcs. 'a a an
"V.r7. I think. It'19 s haam to haTy a
wP of that man In bed In a place like
What does the cataloas mey Is the
"Medallon portrait at Robert Louis
"He is a reporter, isn't be?"
"Well, that amcount. for It. They ame
awfully bad people. They baveu't any
sense of deeueraior anything."
"He might at leart have bad hIs portrait
taken on a sofa."
"But in bedI The idea! It's perfectly
shameful! It nmakes moe think, Marve
that perhaps it's time to go home."
"Is It? Wellt TeUl you what I'll do
take you to your Inmne to-night If you'll
let nm take you to nmy bonep smeonw time for
"Take nw hoen, Marvel. right away."
VIIU DIS VIONROINS.
ew thbe Phames Swima estteat nl Ma .
et the ea a geis Was CeoerMatd.r
prom thse C(lka Times.
The world-renowned fete des Vignewor.n,
Ir which the people of Vevey, Swltser
land, hav heen preparing so long, has at
last taken place and Veveyr, lmnmtalised
hp Romean, Victor Hugoe and many
others, looked like mnedi.val picture with
its tasteful decorations. Every hore was
covered with Sage and garlands of eve
reaon and remes bmu ftro window to
window, while the white eoms of Switer
and the brilliant combinations of colors
representing the cantons were seen In
Tradition tells us that this festival d
scended from the Greeks and was Intro
dured into Helvetla be the Roanas.
However, a are destroyed the arwhives of
the brotherhood in 1i , so that nothing
deflte I. known before that date. The
ost likely origin, however, is aeribed to
the Benedictine monks of Haut-( ret, who
nlatrpdued vine culture in 1140 on the fa
mans "sldes" of Desaley. Those who in
spected the vines every autumn at last
forred themrselves nto a "l'ontrerle des
Vignerona," celebrating their annual ex
animation with songs and dances, after
whichb was a banquet. If any vigneron
or vine dresser was found to have nse
lected his work his grounds and vines
were confiscated to the society. Little by
little this fete grew less pastoral until it
attained to the magnificent performance
which has Just taken place.
Never has thisb garden spot of Swiltser
land been eo crowded. The trains and
boats which arrived hourly brought more
and more until t seemed as though there
was not another place to sleep in. Over
100uu0 persons visited Vevey during the
week, and hundreds slept on the quary
every nigh. Monday morning, the sth
Inst. fthte was to have conmnmenced at
7 o'clock. but uearl in the morning a
frightfl tb set sorm cneaup and last.
ed until , and the fete was postpon un
til fah, theen it lpoured In to
rens, msnlar the decoratiose of
the town look ashamed of them.
selves and the ump l arches which
spanned every availa er seeed
nything ht trium n. There was a
gat deal of confin, as people were al
radr Ia their seats before daylight.
ad there wias a lnerda incination tonut
up umbrellas, al h. t was forblklden
In case of either sun or rain. consequently
lively discussions took place • between po
-le and spectators. At 9:.) the sun made
ls earance and the scene ecaume one
nmpo of grandeur. Imagine a grand
stand in the form of an arena,
with row above row of gadleries reach.
ing to the top of the highest houses
surraunding the mnarket-place, and
holding 120U0 people, not counting the ims
sense numbers on the roofs of the neigh
boring builklngs. At the upper end of the
square were three triunmphal arches
erected to the three rei.ing deitles. The
one to the left beek to Pakle, the ad
dtes of spring. It was beautifully deco
rated with spring flowers, flags etc. The
one to the right helonged to ('tree and
had for ornanment immense sheaves of
wheat and poppins, while the one belong
Ing to Baccbus was in the center and
covered with grapes al green. At the
top was the otto "Ora et laborh."
lthe troke of 9J10 Irkidstth chimes
of St. Martin and hboomin cannons, a
procesion entered the arena, each rrop
its respective arch, with ndveh
pln a march. There was loud yp
plause when the Swis guards entered the
ring in their pleturesque and brilliant
costumes of red and white. They ann a
"Satult a la Patrie," with the anlcent hlag
held low. Then anme a discourse by the
abbe president. All the brtwotherhood were
in the costume of Lousl XV., while the
vilnerost s wore green costl mand straw hats
with hunches of grapes. In the meantime
all the troop were entering the aremna.
There were the attenldanlts of Pales in
Grecian costunw of light blue, white, and
silver, then the high prekwt in his flowing
robes: after hin canwe Pales on her mag
nifeent chariot drawn by white oxen, and
followed by shepards and nwhepherkdeses,
dener.. reaper ha akers, herdsnmen
leading their cows, etc. At the same timen
on the other side entered the attendlants of
(eres in red, white and golkl followed by
her high priest, and then she, herself, in
her chariot, ol y groups of reaper.,
leaner., threshers, hinder, etc. Through
the central arch came the attendants of
Baeehls in the costunme of Romnan soldier
his high priest in robes of rd. green, and
white covered with gold, anld w on his
chariot, astrke a barrel and hoklln a
cup of wine. He was followed by vine
dremmers, hurrel-makers, satyrs, fauns and
hacehalltes. Thie cotmanes were of a sur
prising richness anal very nmagnliteenet.
After all were in their ilaces the crown
Ing of the two successful vignerons took
place while about U others received
First Pakle was drawn to the center of
the arena and there her high priest (M.
NSran. tenor of the rand ra at (e
neva,i sang an invtoationl, while time ter
ers of tme sacrifices, which consisted of
romes, aid them at her feet. Then canme
the dances of the followers, after which
Ceres was drawn forward amid the ceretmo
nles were repeated before her. her macri
fie bell shlaves popples, and bee
hives. Last came Bacchus. The oflerings
to him were grapes. The high priest of
Bacehus was impersonated by I. Dauphin
of the grand opera of Geneva, while M.
Romleux took the part of high priest to
A flavor of nmysthlgical nmystery was
noticeable throughout which gave onle an
idea bow the gods and guklk.ses were
honored in days gone by.
All the different illdustries were repre
sented by song and dance. Anmong the
pttiest were the aheph*rd"' ard shep
ýerdleses' danre and tie wild anld grr.ce
ful bulhclanale of the faulans and llxweL.ll
i-& - - - -
JDOIN S ASuI A.
MI I g .Ira Iae Ji a Veep s -en
erem me leI Yek t W.
Ae asy ei jo - N4 seed e a aI
waibI Aumeriean auh.um. noew I
Fals e awe: No end wt haple aem talk.
ie sahout se Amrneeen .eea e PI ,aris
anM a D deal t teo medpl Is mat M fr
the eas at dehtmates. It s eanesetabts
fast that the mota Inan ag ps are
weary always tsme who bays emne a
a shade he. fr momel scale. ThIs mese
lag, fir laaee, as I was eamig eant
the i ea Marebh I mtised th eges et a
lot of Frenseh woman tamed toward
a ceral victoria draw two
sorel peaone and dro o I' a
veory -Coret laoking tD alenil eneb
mas. There was a m spbd d hi est
the ep am t which attre.d tloa
even in iit cit superb Oa
the Mat of the viloria recallaned a womesan
In a well-tti sow, with her gloved
bands idly rd nd a look at languid
Intenvt In her lusterlesse gra y. she
was thin and he ood
bealthbut every . In be. 46A
br little red boots to the tip o t well
Attin aer was perect. She a ona
of her d nlagees beekoned a eom
.mlonlre to her, gave him an tl r in
Eng ish and ems ed her ngui ae n
the arriare. Nobody knew ar th
thea.aat Fe den, dand I deuat very
mchif any Aericans would r g ls
her. When I saw her I st I wasr qui a
iand she was rolling down uodoa
Is M harooue behind Col. P
bahorseas. At that time Joele )Mansald was
arued taked about lo theo
suicide at a man in (allfor.sa wI was in
love with her and made notorioas through
the friendship of PFisk. After the ath of
Fisk she disppeared and all nretee rum
are were afloat. One darpep would
read t her death in nasne New =evyl
lage and the following day a mational
ataey about her madden appeavaes In a
Pesnharem would crop out. 0one
aceanrn I emember I was do on a
yacht cruise with my cousin and w puAt in
at ag Hlarbor. There wars a treeands
amount of whinpered talk ae the
rachteenes then about Josie MeaL e
and they painted out the huse where she
was supposed to he living. It tareed out,
however, that during all this time the was
living In Paris and she in here yet with a
er co fort bl rninhed "boue and a
s stable full o hres."
UNDER MESMERIC TRANCE.
smea, tl sser, t t a D elleate tagieal
tOpermte. teA Parts.
The famous experiments pedormed
many years ago by Dr. Esdale, is which
that well-known surgeon operated on Hin
doos during what was called nesmeric
sleep, are now being repeated, and with,
it i aid. a successful result. The latest
news we'have ofan operation under the
messneric trence, says the Loadond Laest,
is from Paris, where, in the Hotel Dien, a
young woman is stated to have bhen sub.
Jected by Dr. Mesnet to a painfulre.tting
operation "of - the class called
dangerons and requiring great
delicacy of manipulation," she
being at the time "wholly insenasibe to
pin, showinr no en o surfferine, and
awakenin," not fm an anethetle of
the ordinary kind. but from a mesmeric
sleep "wholly obvious to what had taken
P .We want the full particula of
I hoperation before anyr satisactorex-.
ression can he offered in respet to tbut
we mary . at once that ilnilar Iresult
efve t en been reported with little after
eect in the advaneement of the .upposed
The phenomnan r eaeptal. They
are usually observed In persons of hystere
ical type and offering for the moment the
greatest h mare quashed quickly by the
niserable failures with which they are at
tee ue soon as the mesueric plan Is
applied to patients at large. The fact is
that ancesth.esi differs according to con
stitution, not largely, but in some In
stances ecneptknally, to a deglie little
understood by the public generlly. There
is a form of hysterical aethesia just as
there is hysterical byspermsthesia, and
whenntatives of the fti of e rst class
cane under the hands of the mesmerist
they are such perfect specimeon of his
suasion that they give hdm the most tri
umphant returns. These cases call for a
special study in regard to anethesia since
until they are eluickated there can be no
sound prre. We would give an ear
nest warning in this matter of mesmeric
hypnotismn, assring our readers that they
must not expect more from it than ex
ceptional remults, and these due not to
trt.e anmthesia, but to ildividual pecu
MUST STAND ON THEIR HEADS.
If Tley De Net the Ge. WIN Ereap.e fl m
From the Washintot ruost.
"I hought some champagne of you last
spring." maid a gentleman to Hugh Fegwn
the other day. "I supposed it was all
gone, bat last week I saw some bottles in
the top of a closet and took them down.
They were champagne. My wife had
'saved' them, woman fashion. But they
were an flat as Rhine wine. What was the
"They were standing up, were they?"
asked Mr. Fegan.
"Well, the carbonlic acid had all escaped
thro. the corks. If they had been aa
ool place and restin on their heads they
wouhl have been all right.
"It takes two years for the champagne
wine to properl echampagnise. There is
a heavy r frm brelakage. When the
a develol chalupagne cellar sounds
ike a tattle. The bottles esklode with
trenmndous force and are dangerous.
Over twenty per cent. of the bottles
treak. That is one reason why chant
pagnle is so high-pricedt. Bottled eider will.
champagenise if raisins arls Ipnt in it. Some
years ago I put p at bottle of cider for the
white homes. The stewanl insisted on
uttingr a whole raisin Il teach bottle. I
tokl bhl a quarter of a raisin to a hbottle
was enough, hilt he had his own way. The
result was that he didn't have a bottle.
Eve.ry bottle explo.ded trai the pressure."
A Wast. me Goald %mrls.
irom the Pvidc ne Jmurnal.
A fool and a arrel have nmade the trip
through the Niagara rapkid, and neither
were materially injurml. as the barrel was
on the outside and took all the hard
knocks. The only danr attending these
experiment. Is that the barrl is sonmtimes
A Hard Jobt.
From the Itadtmore Amerkaa:
Weston, the father of pedestrians has
been secur'd to solicit suheeriptions for
the New York memnorial arch. It will
prove the harlest walking match he ever
A LUOKW UNUN
lle -ams a -- Wffmm -M--- Vos MOl aft
owwwor oais do an ene own, - *um
-n irn Ta he mmg. - d
abso farm as - he wa d tswlmieeg
hed boms. o9th. 5d.e, adr emfily. t
oks. dos% l-lly and- hlMdy, he Ip I M
oa em - lade. miklfed
im wkidev. weedis, waikiag que ty e
10the wt r hes edkUe After baying lehked
(s heethd 9. me the * 3kUulb .mieye
&ban lOW a motee-dnt am w Innm amom
intt oat ===c had been p t otf
&V ane the rivenft. The
rMeuer OeRe hae n o th eand, and
reeortie hJic eent hatpliedhee
Her Inohe wete wA~p In w1th twinklil
or an eve.Striking Tl okt fr fout for
doee e lady bewreach aed b ef. she monk
for am third Slowm ------
His mide- Ufelee beuadm owad m mdein.-u
cont boat, which hind Ien u out from
shoe sfl two bMe aw ee The ea. and her
reseumor were take iit thi emt mand.
rwetiwales having been pied, the
loel nt, al in black miaeopened
her eyea e ad asked to he crd home.
Her wishes were compled with promptly
and her gaflaut reseuer accompanied -her
W aoemd-baronial villa not far from the
riverside. Next day the engineer called
to mee the lady whol tanked him most
warmdly and "4;a him to come again.
He did an he wasn requested, keeping up
his vaets for nearly a week. a the Wend of
which time be succeeded in winning the
hand and heart of the lady whom
he had saved fromt drownIna. As she
happen. to bhe %heyoseemewoff a hand
some Jointure, maswe l am of houses. lands
abd hariote. alies about to go an merry
m a rrl a r e b oll, a n d th e " We d d in
Marc" w~ beplayed In a suburban
church at no distant date. It is needle..
to add for the benefit of those curious In
Such matters that the fair widow ha. been
eaten up with ennui, and that life became
t unwt to live for, In her estima
tion, that she resolved to end it by a cold
both in the Seine. Luckily the young and
Intrepid engineer appae at thej proper
moment, mavey h ldr and will now be
able to teach her that chopenhaus-r, Leo
pardi, and all their crew of petty pessi
mists are absurd rearnoners, and that "life
i. worth living"9 after all.
me Was Caem..ed.
lrem the New York am.
A New Yorker who met a reanss man
at one of the hotels the other day heaved
a igs as ho maid:
"I was n you townwn two years ago, Lad
that piece of poperty west of the railroad
station was offered to me for SMOA."
"I hear that It was sold last year for
"What shortsighted prople om uso
auwI Had I bout at n 0 I could
orw robably h ell or $10a 0. Think of
"My dear friend. let me coole ou.
That piece of perb cca n be you.
day for .14.00- T r am bas tol.
Making e.ed wrosr.s.
From the Wa bigtae Capa.
"How are you getting along with your
work on the piano?" asked BUnkins of a
young woman. "Oh, very well. I ean
e att " " .W th~famils that lived next
door moved, away within a week after I
commenced to practie. Nhe next family
staid a month, the next ten weeks, and the
people there now have remained nearly
Je.s reeved at
Oe Cuamid q spriagu. Os. Cartoamd e Mat
treae, la edroom Badti.
Oneo Caxrtud of the IPles Parlor Puraua
ever brought to Montana.
A FULL LINE OF OFFICE DESKS,
loklammea and .creta Ule .
FRENCH CHOP HOUSE,
FIIST TIrEKT, ANACONDA.
F. B. HUGHES & CO.,
Bplendid p1t servned from 5 A. M. to 12 P. M.,
at prices from s cents up.
,ood Lunches Servd at any Hoar
of the Day or Night.
Don't ForgC tPle r.ee,
First Street, Near Oak.
BIELENBERG & GO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Mutton and Pork,
ORM . BTO.
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LEADING SHOE DEALERS.
Burt & Packard and and aird, Schober & Iitchell's
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
. CLOSING iT SALE
Desiring to close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishing
Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we wi
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
prices before you buy and save money.
B. C. =RBYSCH LRO & CO..
Next Door to Bank, - - - - Anaconda. Mont.
JOS. F. MURRAY,
Having purchasbed the buineus fomery onducted br Jaes McNulty i no pe.
pared to huarnish bhis customers with the inest brands of
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be found in the city.
PR1. ITS IN" D CO SPRCTION B RY
Fresh and choie. A wel assorted stock ot BTATIONKEY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
J. E. PIRKER & CO.
Suits Made to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies'
Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty.
FRONT STURM - - - - - - ANACONIDA
Tree Doors Below Orad Central Hotel. Cleeas an Repamrl a Promptly Attended t