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Shl e w aees kls S.
o1emwb kheatmi. hewr owrm
bre "Wr elmr eibrp
An be wakimp uhkep
1hhrthe' ambd skim arr bright.
7TWeVIDNin tankth b bh;
And mmwr *hoom a bWre Ught.
Natw brielbod a mvfter air.
Thi. erm the ea.that Suil lb beens
of this meeok quaker maild.
empts t and Palbtli. Mary or Leadsa'
P. W. mbiMan ia tr M.iasagpuls. Tribuar.
.meatllnag had gone wrng -ulttey
wret.--with the gas pipes in Wheatarshe
-r-ie, Whlitebapel I The main had takea
to leaklag, or the pip.. bad mufered from
oo mub hard ward-like mamm of the
dealuems of Whemlmabea stetue ltmIf, for
that matter--sed the narrow oead was
open foam ead to end. All vehicular
tearf was saspended tll tie new pipes
were laid down, m. as the sbreet was a
by-teboroaghfar. which eosters with their
barrows hdieB pamoalard as a asort cut
to Mile Sad Road or Brick Lane. and it
was e of a dumky labyrl. tb of .r-lanes
aed onarts aud alleys horvabouts, moone
tat thbe nUativ of the straet wan very
mach pat omt tlbe eoste.esive altera
Thre paemenlt -what there was of it
was . l dlti t a.sd mpen to pedestrilns
ad, Ied. thebs place at dnights wars
-r e ad lighter than i had been
kamew for yse , beineg may withb laatras
pl-eed at varous dangeraous earne mand
aae.-. at te earthworks to warn ceance
waryarer f om uppina of the footway
nto aversom dept below. Every care
had bees taken to rbield the pedestrian
-fle amseldsat. There was a gas taeda-d
bhrning wh..ee the work had stopped for
the day, sad when a reckless disregard of
thu eoaummptina was evineed hba raged
m--m of Ibm a yar d ad half In laeent
a blmaiig wgat lit the bs est till day
brueak mind tIee was old spurwa r to look
after the gam theb lanter wth tbs he red
Sand thebs eamdle behind thebs rd
the lgths of old ppe, and
sp ik sand panew_ pipes that wre sto
te olml wheak wereb enumbne
Sthbs mpavemlt Juas at present, and over
tese careless folk who never wll
look whsle am's g' a plunged no
lIn it toot; sldak. Agnes of men mad
wosmen were forever ittsu down it. some
mareumsr hast as It in dead of a "rrun
l-" er o ben eaght red-haded
wih somebbdy eseia's wateb or hadker
chiel or brestpilt I tirp ir posson ,;Bme
as of poMlk, unfrmn d . adt aof un.
form hopye and girls l.anm es.m or turned
aout o bhome to suake rom for lodger;
honest Pm and tisulw*et. some living
i nf aý tsteve4 itself, and .earI-a
flytream a nrul, all the s diUlbeuL. of
Igetl is or out t te he stet door; peopkl
up late or out early, mess ad wasmn very
had aup ad mes aid wm u very drunks
Upos all hstateomsofhmnty Jamies
Spuarway kept hi small gra eye a be
crura lmedt ith sg ea t coa a pile
ef debenri. aid stuadied life in his
esneass way as i dlowed ps his
Mtle cke - in the edot stat.
He might htave* bnee DIgeses. with
an esetm number of lanterna at his
eommaoad peering ahout him for a bon
eat . m , as keen an ,outook did be keep,
and so rrins and sour an Individual was
he is his outward pe-a Diogeners with
a short clay pipe I his moutsad with a
great meat St ad oace bungul to a
ma twiss his miss wraed rad blahim
ike ru. and am old top lit whihb lime
or halls hundred of bricks, had hatls'eJ
lonof mnre out of shape. A disreputable
lakin arrtaker was Mr. Npurway e*
m od ad asbab:t . and with a count
mne.as wrlnkled like a o 's. But he
was In keeplng with general scur
ndl -Is tonae ua it were, with
Wbmlaftr sftt,e asd the life and clha
aw Ihar.rr ambas San .t.ah.
It was sesI ehenary waeather too c'nid
and raly said eofo.eet , with frsht oil
and arn -geeralya on sh t ne small hours,
when late wayfar. gslanced wistfully at
the brsigls Sre b lu La tb rhe ty bSrai,
hAso which Mr. stRa ey nad d
warmed his Imndls, ge g bhinmself well
warand thbeugh_ n e ao"t hnportant
pait. b lae oudllg IaUk to his artfully
couastroute l shelter works. A new folk
enight mleak to him ,n iuaeusant. butt her
dik. t always answer the.ln. uald wlstn he
did It was after a fau.kien that he. didl not
eeourare costversatli. (.onvermstiaao at
that ho Iar ant .taisedlilsg |lfort. his fire
and interceptinag tih warntlal. aUad
takin u blis ta sie and hilderi... hin
froslt dosing ou a bit ; Sistll .onetime.l.tlir"
were ell1lA" who wepnhl slltl go. away fair
gnt. oral whoI were a lllsansll ai part of ti
dark sight as* Ie wasits. I nl. wam a claiSl -
a gawky girl of It r o10 yearsn of Itag. wlne
wan e.vkkantiy growriag very rapklly oelt of
every.thi.uanI l had on selal that wa.ln't
orlb --a shloless, stockisaleks giOrl *ith a
pirt.ud,. dirty face that I .loskel like a little
old wosemais, sret Smak ina the reeMrsen of a
tbonnet whichl had belongwl l her astnther.
ietw.an her and Mr. Slwrar wywes hlad
been esea --on n a e first eva.nlinla
somewhat high worda oe Mr. Spurway a
part. as th.remst lady hIdl coolly opened
a anterna at the renntest distance ueo
tween hee and its custallian taking the
lthlte candle out, scraped o* tlaie scltedl
t.llow round Lthe wick. "sle.k.ked" her hair
w ih t, returned the eatadl* to the llan
tere. and dgoae quietly down the street
deaf to all the struong iL.nua whibrl haai
followed her, till she turned thel corner.
()a the sroead evinimur she appear
O--imn, and ]Mr. Spurway, boiling with in
dignat.tu---which war not a lad me.na
tie considering that theti. were six dbe
sea ofarost vegitersed Ila Whiteehalel
nthat l -was prprd to psonce upons
her theis timne aond smke hera, Id onnce
mae laterfeesed with thos propeie of
the Coalkatd Eastern Gas cmpany
ever which he kept faithful watch and
ward. Bet she went past i a hurry with
t bg hoaemet very murk oes the
Sher betdL and took no1
tieof hi.m or his lanterner she was ab
isalmsy rnannila-rbhi.. png over mouands
gas pipes like a aanI thlng, aLid .eLnt
as se rs~ne. Mr. wpurway sat down
.a i he was an apathetic old entleman
aehi t easily searprised, hat he woedsereel
Slle she was sareoring about in
wal hle I Wheatahete urtes t a.w
her. estnight night she was hbrougbt
t minead Lagait h ia apassn the nU
a othee way hly awd painala l.
se i id In a depimiied .nnditi.on of
.and was very laae. He kept bhi
Sbe nard Us lansterns, but he was
Stea r tal am a .iseostlea in sauspe.tCing
em Ms awemao of any fSaelous In
b- All- i ea k atws wv s
}bete last a!te Mgl to wnd Weh aned l lII
G"lead night, eM ean."
P dhd net resposed to as
a L~rm'Let : =tet w aw a.
jlbhee in lnrswoins, as
He dpt M a hrd not de s
eUrso teoadtelems bid n S$*
an bor afterwae.d he found aher t
coo.e his beala. nolding en.n.
feat w ieds sthe uer wthd aln
tabe dis lely. Her ar.. were
sHred out toi keep beraela
in poain, and, with her thak toward
h m n and the IMb k of that very M o ua a
thsree i the morn ing
Jamdes oarw though e woukd niot
have waerie it, Ihad hi'es asleep
-dosing quietly at hi pos and acuall
dreaming of his daughter Be' coitage
in the country-down at Elton n Hut's
a thre.-corasered little place o wbhic he
oinreyed ow .a year at Bank Holiday
tser. we trais were extra
e woke up with a jum and a sb . at
Andinag this black shadow of a girl be
tweels hisen and the r e..
"Hullo, there! what sae you tap to now'?"
he asked roughly.
The girl sprang aside in her tur, , ut
Dher oot down, turned r , u uand .od
"It's all right, old 'un," she said. "I
was on'y haver' a bi of warm afoar start.
mlg or again. It don't uert you, d'pose."
"r ain't a rbbin' you of muer am I ?"
and how deeply she had aggrieved hinm.
onaroua crouple o'a idtI otr m" ago
"Did though Well, you s old
said the caretaker, who was evidentlys
pun oil bson thi point: "you kanow bet.
so be asin you shirty-hlke-tbut I'll
tell you all bt it. It wasn't to take
mysI up a tbit, you see, I sneakhed the
fat. I wasn't going to any hevenang
partyor any so o that a sort-lt was Jest
uto ures the wind."
"What are you talking about?" growled
thast ol 'an--but the wind in this lessed
e which won't keep a gal's hair
when it's as elong as mine is.
ok er now, how it bloews about ad
its nuaslak to last T 's wind. That
was all over the ho.a seemed to coe
out of all thonse besy hboles you've been
a-dl4gfI3 that did. st look here."
ao l dewent the 's bonnet. and
sueeog a mass of tangled hair was
uhreeme stirring in Wheat.
shet street that early maorning and
streseaid Iran her head, as tse great
Mame of Are from the upright gas pipe
was stresanng further down.
"Put your bonnet on," smid the old man,
"don't you see It's drilsaing with main; or
are you blind as well as sury t?"
biie pulled her bonnet well over her
head on being thus adjured and said:
"oh! I ham'n't e cod- rm used to
cold-although it does catch at your toes
smonetin-en-my eye !"
"Haven't you any shoes-or stockings ?"
he asked, caurkIously now.
"Haven't hal any stocking. since last
(bgust twelvemonth. Boots I've had
p.ime urs too. But that was a Clristnumas
orirl'ag me e tn swells at the mission
shop-and nmather had to sell 'em sharp."
"How was that'?"
"Wlen she's in rsg'lar health. I
mean, she's dreRlul bthi. She Isn't
now-oh no--not a long chalk, oor
" said the child, storing gravels the
"How's that 7" the old caretaker felt
msonehow c. tpelled to say.
"Ces she's In qgod."
"Oh, she isT"
"Seven days this tine. Hard ines.
ain't it "i'
"Shouldn't ears for it much nymself."
"You ase there'd been a bane-
reg'lar fght-a night or two ago. D.dn
you hear a row down that court yoader?"
"Not more than uemmL"
"Ah, they took her to the statio it as
tfther end of our court. There ww i.u
amrrmln unciage to oese this wn. T'hE
whole ki an 'en, would have * nwa
one. of thee, galley boles. I cat
and nomte nyur.elf, too. Jens kil
me it I ave him anoy wmore .. l
as it I wase sn to s y m
knocked aht' hin. As if=w
"W.bo's Jen ?7'
"I don't know. Mother's feared a
the a. Blest if I shmalkae't like I. job
hklie n im yself. I ýshoul really.
And I gosh. I will momr day. You see.
Mr. Spurway was not prepa.id for so
much dranmtki aw.tionm fro this wikl
looking chilkt In the big bonlnet-the child
who wan tranatuforied ow, was looking at
litts with ey,'~s dilated aund ani exre'ussiont
uposl her fatce that mlium him feel creepy.
And yeIt caki tllai was -he faneled that ihe
haul .e'tn swn.ettllethiig like it efore - semose
wlmhere at smnlle tieml'e or odiler--own ill
tiHe co(eselery whlere his eldest dlauightter
liv.ed still. TI'at wars a esaol nilly years
agis. wie'st asnother dat.hlte'r, very IatUth
%.'lll.mger wltel pr.ttiter, waeei wr..g. TIHern
wals a gre'at musarr.l and lIw tmrl.ed her .nut
of eliars: lie. rellaem.hr'al it all verr well -
te.n well. And she hald looked like that
the last tiIme i" had ever seen her and Iaad
e'alled her by an awful nalne.
".ie hemre. gal," saidk Mr. 14nrway in a
stern. parretal way even. "you d better go
itmdoota's than make a pljly-atltig silly of
"Indoors --oh ah."
"WIay nott What are you rlnmaging
habou the' streets like this for, nigtt after
"I ain't not tio mon(ey to pay the remnt,
arid tlh'y won't have s.ne In till mnUoter
co.nse Ibeck. There ain't no romost."
". Ill, that's it."
"Yes, that's it. That's why I coni. here
for a bit of warm. old --gentlean. I wish
I was ou though."
"Yours must he a Jolly life-taking care
a' things and the fire alters handy, and
nusluk to odo."
"I'm not dead-et on it ayse lf," mut
"Have you been me'nding gas pipes and
big holes all your life.?"
'Thalnk goed, no."
"Where' were you afore this game,
"I was in the country. What a kkl to
he aLkilg such a heap of questions! and
what A t.lten kid, too" he mutter to hltn
"4)h, I know, the country. My mother
was a re-q'lar country-woman once -down
"Eh. what do you a ty?"
. "' nda s the country it if. "it
oen't rain Then it's orful mucry, and
spoils your clothes so. I've beeu, -.I iy
with mother an' Jem hundreds. of times.
"kDo't tell no lie gal. You can only
hoe, -one a year, can you ?"
"I don't know. omes on us about here
are alters on the hop and-"
And before concluding this remark.,
Whieh Mr.S- um m14111
orasa piosg aLas%1
mwb. ad un~ aa~m
ltte that; -e- tham Eaop
of boue-MsoM - o wam -
and &be bad, forge Slog bar 8M1ms
*pcd*wirInto tbh> dbota"C"6
A ht. burly umUn Cors-*o-ialong
wltlbbonds~t in bie poelu `-« inU aM
teem eedurir Jacketl, Id wkth sap, that
looked made of 0111 ulr
tl~rbr v~r han d suNd IkkAfrRi
bindfi-s, ft-1** >^ ýf-»>« VMMM
whom no onBel a wl-BIHO
would csB to meet alivne to a
on a country road. A man =vw knew
Chathanm well, and Wormwood -iruha
and Portland -It was all eolsery tmarked
upon bin forhkdlin eounteefli,.
-Hero hI-" be caled to Mr. purway
"have yohs seen a gir bul here to.
Mr. Spurway thouiglt he would take
tinMe ta' ennshl, heat Jemn was not quiet
ure tShat tih watclhioan had sot BUaie to
0leeu with hims hack arinut the poles that
lh the lantenas, so picked up a clod
of earth &aRIC threw it at him.
"Hollo." said Mr. Spurway. "blw. what
the devil are you up to. Just stop that."
Jena repeated linu Inquiry, and te ear"
talker saki evasively, "yea," be thought
IM- had seenM isoiteoiie aesswevrligo the
" w 1i, I shboul like to may exaetly.
"Well, lookee bree," aid Jesu, coming
degare a m to Mr, Spurwly's eoiln
or pe b Y 1 . om ess this w sal jinn
vantage, "t ]eln
Il r b"s mo . bar's c sn4bk--arnd so
she'd better look s.srp,'
"Have they let her out before her snte?"
asked the watchman.
"Oh )! rou know all about the row, then ?
Well, o courseO you would. Yes, she's
"How long has she been back T"
"A hour or so-all their umssed artful
ness getting her to eoue out afov her
time to bother us. Ther knew what was
up, well enough. Trust em.
"Knew whamt ?
"Well, she's dead now. But don't you
tell the kid that " he added, wth the most
malevoenst of gla at the earetaker
"os It wouldn't be good for the llkes o
an old man like you to blow about it.
dag wouidn't conme ack-I knew her
a ame ad ons or two morse measn to
have her oack now Jeny/ Spurway's
booked it. Beos'-wbat Ue-ar you
bosming at me like that for T"
"N-n-nothing," ts dd man.
"All right. I toubts t was a St. Tell
the girl to look sharp-that her mothr's
werry anshum-ktoe see her, and th.'
she's brough homse smse ern. Mag's
maur to coae along in art an hour or so.
She's nowhber to go."
"Poor girl! Nowhere."
Mr. urlaid his short pipe on a
pile . lotm b and Jein took It up
and put it betweess his ront teeth and
slouched away with It in the dirottion be
had come. Before the man was out of
t Mbr. UCrw had Bopped down all
unt a rn .- tchanotic road
.ire God ! be walled forth. "ht is-it
He forgot that his pipe was stoler s he
set aside his grim Imperur.abllity, born
of much wltchimr of s pipes in Blonely
treets at dead night horn of his ow
desolate existence, and was extravagas
and wild in his grief, finging up his
arms ev*s in supplieatinl attitude to ies
dark sky whence the drtssling mnlo was
coming down like a blight.
"Jenny's girl my Jenny! After all
these years-like this "r
There was true enmotion, ea u.a,
and tragic fore I h ist man, 4 took
eare of n road awnd dage.rignal
tern ansas pie bt one ea earth
wtansesed the . epLp-ase
down Wheb eaf sree tagala-w she
did very eautioumsly . am emtIp oe
--she was not able . detesam ffer
ence in Mr. 4. aw rve that he b sensed
to have a his head, pad that
was natural enough l sert beastly
.e beo.amod to hme, and .m she ap,
proacrhd be maid:
hHes bfor you-lba hisg
, . t asm .es away from a MUtle
" bias-I know. He came amd
pIe to IU. I was e-wat.ila'."
"You'sw to go home, be isai."
"Y ea~m" said M with a shiver. "hot
me Wi moher coesues bek."
Swill you do till then "
O~ , ehad* on momehow." was
the reply. "I aln't athJ, only bin.
He's an awful brute he i."
"Woukl you-would you like to go into
the eetry illU your mother does esne
be', Y To hide like, and to be
rutakes of-by good peopk.-people I
I bur' makes shouldn't I though ?"
:" tl.usu take holdd of this bit of
ýsr. ' 'where I live. Go ther and
-l till I eane home to breakfast; tell
SI seal py---it's not far frot here
l ooked at him steadily from the
depthof her coal-scuttle bonnet. She
wa a girl who suspected the conduct of
gmos.t l Ins the world, and who had
So oodl it. But there wasre
-omntethinh ila St old "nun that was a my n -
tery to beew--t imapren.d her; and his
thisn gray liuip were tretsubling sou- alostt
as much as his hands-a-lnd he cn·~ad sm
i"rcloum sour about somewthing!"
"Yea I'l l Brefast,. did )you say,
tees Y" He .
"*I shoud nk I would go, then
Nhe took the apr, and wan arne like
a flanh of lighta w ith a large bonnet
Hliear after, whebr It war daylight and
Mr. ~.urw was oeduty. he lakl a visit
to the en ea theoat or Whashef
str·a. Ibe door u upon one hinge, to
there waso dlsa . \in gaingla admit
tance. e , wasr always how to
get out again Ia the fak of the violent
opposition and the of the black.
mail. The, were two oh womnen la
thew narrow =emme= = and Sem was stand
Ing at the pe r of d nowtn on the
k'ft, smaokin Mr. Sw 'm pipe.
I" h. I all to too ask--l the
girl has ..ns hoie ?" ld Mr. Spurwa".
"No\ she ain't and whoa he dos she n
ceatlh it. Hot?"
"Ins her unlamer ia-thereT" Mr. Spur
wyasked in a hbury w
"Yes. She is."
"Abh and she don't look I, either,"
cried a shrill vole ban n-a voice
with it. "Poor aid Iwy
thatru was t a l rle t te pee
would you like to we bed. ' 1
"Will etr pay yet fotl' a goel
man ?" asked Jeta4 wih a la•ugh.
"We're had up jumt now, ami or
"There they are." sal the Old man,
tendering blm the anar for the show.
He paused in. The am dil Ilke a
charnel house already the lhames of
prti inextricably ml i with a, the
. on mone loose somw. wseepbg
woman. In the room--n te hba. heard
-lay ok er tolk ,so. sein Id
tere were one or two sewab w e
ws.% havi'n "paidr his [oo "
t getnhelow. Th veed wears
despite the lapse of thut l. was
who awak- nkwd
buit wrailowga nmue to meadi huae
"Take cma eat hut," ohm looter?~~U
I come dow next mndaiad. =O26
anuqimv lm. Jeay Is dead. aod dsi Is
AdJi-aesv~L!ue agM fernPOP that
and id ams todor rvoaib hbit 66im
hrataa that had tuicaed ht: as bp a
scaft-b of Gaod'. hand froledi deep 4and
EDISON STUMBLED ON IT.
New thbe WlAedm t es Pak I.s. Nap
. anveent she PmirsngrsP.
Vrom the New Yark World.
"I have dever seesa Is ine a true arc
count ao bow Thomas A. Ediwson ms crtam
celved the iea of the phonograph." re
marked an sbeetrcian who was at oae
time la the "Wimad'.s" empk. "The
phamograph ti the wadser at the worlt.
and one od a few anventions which en
vinu rivals Ihve not charged Edison with
havlhg stolen. In fact, even his bitterest
rivals for fame, all o whom appear to
barber the kles that It I. their duty to de
tract from him reputation for genius and
honetry, as a rul e oncede tbat 'rEdtis
dki really Invent the phonograph.' It
is an nateresatin story hoaw be samen to In.
vent is. Mu years ago, when .le.on
was still at Menlo Park and workLin
ni·ht and dy fr fame. be devoee
monbths to pe n the telephoase, and
maem t did nmo than any other an
the carbon plate Into the tra.smnt.
thes t.e eoe Ed -sohd constucted a
maher d memall sheeska drumbeads to
est their val as dap gm as em
pared w eban mas and other
"To somwe d these sheepskr d
lsh e thad atmeahoed a mai maSetal
whleh was tenhtsad to h rst to
wads thes n and amlst rmav
Ia the vbrra emisd b e the huma
vaols. The sheegmka dind a ew did
no tl t heaal pions epto andt e
discardd theam, and, as usual with ap
pla.ers he declde to he uselsr, the
wee thrown iaside to e rweoved it
t"His a ssistant so dismovered that ht
i.d soun. d t tweear the d dar s
noie apprtoo hl.ng soad]e co auld e
dcamd e coverlg a scomb with thln pa
nd hummiug a tne oan it. In
s one ci the wmeu u a on a
dlaspmm one day. Disn f r at
to stop the sol by u ingl the
metal pla with his fnger, and
no sooner had he doe so then he gave
ones his peular starts. 'l ! What's
TT sad he Tbiebl anastoalshed the
thamthathedro'sa d th d.a elr d
I o his evident delight. He went
seme timne asking one after an
U his assistants to hun or sing
eteMant n l i i his fiager.
"I have it.' d b.tlally and he r
dteed to his den and commesned drawlin
d mfor new machianery, which his
a.. n asedmlI made, and a few days
later the srt ponograph w put
gather. It was a crude affairL, the pin
mkl an Impression on wax and it
talkedty but It didkl well enough
to show dio that he was on the r4sbt
track and e rapidy Lamproved it until
now it is nearly rt . A hundred
san amight have lt the vibration that
is attehed to the piece of sheepskina,
at it took an Edison to instaantly eaulise
that the vibratious might he uade to ln
desnt a soft mubstance and be suseptible
Sreproduciaang the exact msounds the
human voice that caused the difflerensat vi
brations The Pbonozrrpb was rarded
as a ti.at first fot P 1Ud mO,
----DALM I N
Fresh GaeOyten and Fh,
Liquors. Ciars. Candies. Nuts and
Fruits. Butter, Fresh Eggs. and
COVNTRY * IRODVCý
I" VIrk1 pmr. Amnammad NaO.
Now York Merchant Tailor.
on Iat 3....d. eail heed. ma"
1,000 - S MP r LES
Of tbe Latest 5nd Jbat latterns.
I am agent few H. M. Mark. & Co.. leadin
taiho rs (inhkrgo and New iwok. Eery auW
fIrautced perfect ftting or nasey refunded.
rs for eveurybody. You t IfiMA\
K. H IN MA.
W Front mrtet. near Main.
ah1itauiketiuri anduci ed dyeing dune on
Anaconda Livery Stable
D. U. BIOWNILL. PmoPrmIaro.
Buggies. Saddles and Horses
.m . pv.. . . . . . . . at am w t. e -
Ole. asd Sablb First Mset Ainmeemei MeaL.
oh' RJUTICKIM C J. T1 NF AArCNDA
V= tar f wrcr.16~tC(
kuaut uiVern" 8W.N. A m PFa, Jm.
Flu?, 3aalu~J.,rr I Jy I~ -
Tbe People of tlb Teltory .1 Mos..6 to the
before am M. J. FzL'arlUt a Junt f ta
PryIn and for the emuev oil Lde. at
oab ~ ot " o f
da, rb ate. sý
therto ink. awr theee ter, dhe
there She t e .d abo ab e e
.CUMPeraer the -a of
for rem orf ooe qurlbypht ft" Jmeb.
l8 I to A% ,. ý thei m my
Mr, A. U. 1 m.
FRASER & CHALMERS
•-C H ICROO--*
Aad Mv b Se ..r t.e .u W.mde, e su , O., to Abealamiamd.
Ceret..raedi.., Sm..ias sad -aba- s. ne.m of the -me-- -La m
Io Moutaine, Drm I.mmea, Aman soa, r. Ehdi. biulragwns and U
Metelie Ceaabspr' edmhlo. Work. i
Geared and Direct Acting,
Pvoepuctla. and Devrlopment Ioa.. sderlm, of
IMPROVED AIR COMPRESSORS,
* Wire Trarrm~ays *
Tre Vassla Machs.la. and ntubrly Coaseetrator. KleestH Liht Pla5.
Asueat for MaUd aoek Drils and Co pr.eera, OUs Klsetors.e.w, Kw
PAia.p, Mo Dowe ., rIlamý.ed & Doue.as few MiUl. Pane4wamlia
Dienomd Drill and Mif. Co. Dewaasratb Hleaer..
SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES,
Umaitd btate Zlectrie Light Co. New Haven Masesa. Tools. Mee
L. C. TRENT, SALT LA[B C1TT Og gg
GEEIIAL W MTrNa MANAGER..
Sole Western Aients for
Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
E. C. FREYSCH LAG & CO.
LEADING SHOE DEALERS.
Burt & Packard and Laird, Scbhoer & litchll's
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
CLOSING OUT SALE
cUoUER Mrrem ..
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.
W. C. PRSYSCH LP[ & CO..
Next Door to Bank. - - - - Anaconda, Mont.
JOS. F. MURRY,.
Having purhebmed the businss femrerly conducted ba James MeNulty Is ew n .
ared to furnish his cusanmers with the Ineet brand. of
Domestic, Imported and IKey West Cigars
To be found in the city.
iPRL.ITS A ND CON PsCTION RY
Tresh and choice. A well assorted steok of STATIONERY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROQIS
THE HANDSOMEST IN ANACONDA
rM @ ,eeek Wa mL iAR muea.
WUOLIMALK AND UTrAIL DoALt 3i
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
tasn Fren" Fruts sad T·oM V"meaM
GOOD WIN, LIQtfORS AND DOMA.
rtC AND IMPORTED CIeAm
ame wra9mm. Asim.a, Ma