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WFIJIB ooMX ->M 1CON".
-b alm 3ewv"" Was a Nave to ]RAe.
Th--1Me Ilea Vto -ishs RxetmAbr.
Almons t b l %1M * br wan* Ule
pI we"ta ladmple tbumAa anwd us he a
me. imnemre, me ufoma mer eaoumemsab.
His wisibos wer exseuted to too boomr
Tene In Mule bo o es about the
Imrn*r In which she einbesr off so suow
-lf was aI&M to rest, but now that he la
- uali aora off stra"gs torlo&s arn
- ot about his We,& Umd themieranet
nereft ot the noelws" who -osb ahere
ala things to bshild MmmiiK m" his hame
hMs the gawe a"d eamunalsu of his fellow,
mas, ame the tople of the haow.
UdhMad Yats at the bell rValiun in l
ai.n5d article In in paper. th London
Wrln, In whkh be says:
It was durin the pregrfs ofr th
lloasntsoe,' I believe thatWikieCo.ll
Sart acquired thbelelul habit off taking
sedatives, which he continued mom or less
truAwbout his life. Excited beyond mes
are by the constant nerve pressure created
by a necessity of having eve" thread of
ham tOUNT eocstantlyj within Js grasp. suf
fbring under a sharp attack of rheunmtie
sout in his eye a distracted at the smae
time by the serious IllUess of hi another,
to whom be was devotedly attached.
Wilkic Collins did - C'oleridge, De Quin
cry and no end of otler eminent men In
the fraternity had done before him-be
sought and found relief In anodyne&.
6*On Shia subject I almost fear to write,
last I should be suspected of eua-craton
but frot what he hinmif told meana d
from what I beard from triends of even
greater intimacy with him. I believe that
about that period and for a greater part of
his after life Wilkie "olin was In the
habit of taking daily and without apparent
serious effect move laudanum-not Bat
Wey' nor any other minimnising solution,
but absouteolt pure-han would have
suftwed to kill an entire ship's crew or a
whole company of soldieg. This amount
waa, of coune, arrived at slowly a"d by
An actor wrh. knie Collins intiaat
-.ar-edro to teNew York World orn.
po--Adet to-da at the fhueral:
"IL have seen Collis drink Ave slasese
o laUdanum at on swallow without it at
..etig hiad In the east. He msurred
.-lnjary whea a foras man, whick
-endered it meussmary that he sbould take
b-n to kill the pai. L.he would hav
ealaon e unham ts o him witout
I wll bt moms days .btebre the will of
WlkU. Colelis ws offered bo to
hut it is well ksnown lishai
'iends tlat .e provides L i in it for
the thbee r c en whom e acknowedge
a his own. Thus were at the funeral
-with their mnetlter, and ome of the m.
-_ heaueti l whicth U er-s
routded the o-I- t r b thmu. Dut
th were not amogu the chief murne
hd kept ot of view as h as pomel
never wenat near Wilkie CollI'
hoese, and w eWOver heard of them.
In his will W t.. na refern to thee.
children as his owand leaves one-half
Sbts stat h e which kid, will not es
Deed Ti to be divided in their ater
t. T amother of the children was a
boaaemaid in the employ of Wilkie Col
lins' mother and was very devoted to her
while she lived. The other bait of Wilkie
Collins' fortune oe to his housekeeper,
s. Gav, while she Ive. aml to th
rsovelmis ad t d dauhter r artley
. her mother's death. ThVs adopted
ught, a child of his houmekeeper, has
bee a seat pt of Colli. ,or years do
iag all his work as amanuensis.
Olive La 's iuvaluable article Ia this
n-o.nins's Worl lives to the publie for
the nst time Wilie Collins's method of
"`I had been that mornain to the British
umeum." writes Miss Logan, "where in
- old amagsisne I had found a paer bt
uiwer Lton on tbeartof writing ction
n which he said that all that was neces
=. wa to msart and then preeedi-=
ebsdasan doeonmanentnet o nove
..t themselves n route. I I wonder
Lernd hb saniLty undar suack a
"There s but one way to write a •god
novel." said Mr. Collins.
"That way mast be very familiar to
yo-, se e have written so manArm--?-d
e-s Wll ouynot ima ait to sae
"With Saure," s the sgreat inov
clas. "ýalwesa adtosv bLhat to
oung writers. In the arst plare you must
bLank out our pit in ts main features be
ere yTou put pen to paper. You must
know low you are going to continue and
- end your story. You must then divide
r novel In parts whkih I myself call
"OkS," sand whlch corespond to the ats
a . The most thrillisg nlcident
ust eome as the denouement to end your
fourth part, and number.five is a satifac
ery unravelinr of everything, as in the
an t a .c
"Unfth o l y incidents and char
at will muist themselves as you a
writing, and may. in somo degree,
..sdify your original Iention, but in the
m-sai ones the method should be what I
have said, to know how you are going to
nd befsore you bagin.
"The secret of the study of human na
ture is to get out of the beaten track in
deas. Tie popular apresson. I believe.
or ages has been that fat people are nec
esrily good hutmored. Now, I never ob
served that ft fat people were ally more good
bnmored or virtuous than any other peo
dpe. and that I. the reason why I made
Count Foaeo a fat man. A fat villian was
an absolute novelty in fiction, though not
so, I maintain. iln act."
"You are so prolifle a writer that it is
evklent you must work very hard."
"I write all day long, absolutely. I work
like any other laborer. Immediately after
breaktast I seat myself at my desk and
work without intermission until luncheon
time, and then again straight on till din
UI used to write at night, but I was
om nelled to give that up.
How about the ghostsyou have sum
moned for use in your fiction T'
"Yes; aceaomanted b their frirnds they
clustered together Just byo the smoke
from my pipe and stared at me with glassy
yes. and at times I was forced to jump up.
--r ,3 -4 - - 1. .L'
.samI my rI, a , 5v - v a·wU.
IHs Wu Inteamwrta.
-Fm the Yankee Blade.
Teaeher--aro. I would like to imaprea
upon our young mind s the necemsit of
forulvlng and forgettlen. aForive the Ia
j .ry your oompanouns may have doae oua,
aia foget the feeling of revenge that
have ailed your heart.
Small BoD (whispering to teacher)
Teacher, won't ou please sa that all
over agalin 7 M enr Pease ays he'.I
-.On to w nae within an inch of mn
Rlfe after udrtsrcol. and I want hlmn
to Oretn aU aaous IL.
raom the IhrNtmIsa Free Press.
Wetern Ud duate-Don't you
albomnmate colhlee dmpline? . o uman
mrlr severe, you know.
Eastern Underaduate- ,J beastly t
Wh·at ame oos of your rules ?
Westerm Undegradu-e.-Let me ae. I
ean't rIsemener hut two of them Jjst Iow.
One is that no student shall burn the col
e bul and the other is that under
•o sha ll a student shoot a
OPDHED JULY 1. 1559.
" osa I the hamrndea amo mee ehslye g a
pu"" h buacas b the Ulled plate.. Tho omshhy
Iropvme. am pmwled with ekwatue. eftr tri
hlls, Ir. alarm, mamlag water. baUts. stema
Iheat, "Pun a. pacs am all m oderM eswreve
Ismfre. ROOM evute mmd" aiale. CuJ·lda md
errlse eltrly Irstoam. hates trove
$3.50 per Day Upwards.
aos'gle to mmd eha m at., roeam
DmL HAIUAUGH. Mellow.
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5Wr U 'PFAL.is, Octt. L-Returna. rom p.
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anders, democnratlic candkilate for comn
mray whi. The rest of thecouaty Iftn:
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toe In 14 preelmwts war McNa- ICSe
ra, democratkic 410( Watwm nRe H1
la.n 457. The vote, on riJ,- i
tativeas In the sname prccliestn IUK*
earrows, democrrat, &1w, Milliaee
t, 4111; Von TohbeU republicanl.
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THE FINEST PLUNGE BATH IN THE STATE
TM rn three to Meca tet d~ep
R Mock Lw I~i `,'ý a Wea eooo
ýi rth .r.
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Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Work.
Souse of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been Built by this Firm.
(ob.. let s.w ijbhlmgo I. L. bl.ed NWiwa we.. Nr.i wi r.v.e pr..mp a~eM o.s.
eEswag I tenkEketiched.
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J. L. H- MI.. LTO N.
Wbole... wad wrtail tdwlear in
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Good good. ad Mw prices.
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I. Fw. K IRBY, a.tdhm c...
Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of
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FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown is this
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RORL OSTRTe ~ I N IN B ROICOR.
And CoU.etlas Awns,
irstS , Wt e N, M mn r , . . . Ama. , Mont.
Dealer in Office and House Furniture,
CROCKERY. STOVES AND FUNERAL GOODS.
I have the Finest Assortment in the city of Bed Roonm
Sets, Parlor Sets, Plain and Easy
Chairs, Tables, Desks, Etc.
UNDORTRKING IN XLL ITS BRXNCHES.
E. JACOBSON, First Street East, Anaconda, Mont,
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Mr. IlHley has done some of the tfinest plumbing work ill Mon.tana. lie
did the work in The M.ontansa Hlotel. AIun( oda, W. A. ('lark's retidence, lButte,
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4u12 T -oker retitg. hom.s In Mouth Butte. uo larFe hit an eb.1uew. kwiallty two easy terian, $I.am.
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is A Burser t and 4-rotam lWIti on motel jHu *i.iin.
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it Two niew bmws and lots ZxIS fe.t. each ..n An N-rr.mtwi 1.tus) hsrk. Wi-ll nlsmwl and
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