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ao n coatinuned to live at hi
aend b his wife lived with Ilr
m werp e upo r goi toh
/:. eir I.::Lora o" th..but .b.
deelimi to sake the et oe
S-..and earnyd ab hd.-~rl -u -
Tbe ost of the luarriage was writel
b· a fmd Yaount Van de Linde, -aid
was pulishl d afternoon. The
brids visited h. hu at him ofie
ar, i the afternoon, and he took he to
Sear to go bhe before the elose of aumi
mes. On him war to the ee he be.,
Ythe par mdel read the artle. T
rwd.et.em auon him . o ubed hai
depirl, mmd he ws- maod to
oh w - and esuited lw Patrick
a at~it ams In the offe.
hies what wasr the matter.
lla reply he cut the article from the
Usmdthae. A fnrIsd mfmewretot. A
aie sort a friemd hela." Defowe lrone
esald ead t Vas de Lde told bl. to go
ap tow to se about lay carpet said
amd he maud rend timb on as wr.
si started a ad de Ld tLt
se e was soud seeream down
the stret t th oppoite desee
pp.e Ier foud theo
to lb. once is an bor. He noticed
that thee habdes we dowand the oce
dVas deL e de d at his desk.with a
ballet wound in bit bead, and the pistol
attil asPeId hin bIband. He bai evi
denW mnade tie exemse to get rid of Iq
as and then had returned to the office
and killed himself.
Mr. Van 6d Lind was esteemd by ll
who knaw him, and was attentive to
ness. He trd been omo b hi bs uncle
since be was a Tbb. wiowed klde
is a beautiful irl 18 years old. Her
mother is widow, When meen last even
iag, before the news of the tranei hadd
resched ber, oung Mrs. Van s de Lin
said that her husband's relatives were all
satisfied with the marriae. When told
of the death of her husband she was bye
terlal with grief, and hastened to the un
dartaker's where his body was cared for.
A Parteam Jets.
From the Mimerapous Joursal.
The many acquaintances of Mr. and
Mrs. Reynolds, prominent members of
the First Baptist church of this city, are
teling a amuusing story in which the two
were the chief chraoters. The amne is
laid in ga Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
recently made a lengthy uropean trip.
While in Paris they were the patrons of a
ashionable hotel. For mmral months
Sis to lal fos r the tour abroad
ons uiled all her
esergies to studyingthe Vbangcaags.
She wars an unusually apt scholar. n
the time for leaving haome am
s. Remold's teaher congratulted her
upoa the mraJid manner in which she had
mas.ere te isanga.e, and Mrs e
oidas personally buelieved she bwa S
deent enoughl to coe with the Parisa in
their own teague whm the great metropo
lie should he reached.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds spent many a
pleasant day in Paris and only have in
resembrancs one brief half dy of agon
llmiosery. It happened this way: In
ariian hotel the attaches ae mauve
and obliging, One afternoon Mr. Rey
30h Io ves down town alon*. When
Mrs. Rnod found bheself reard to
leave her apartanents she turned to the
brigts-eyed waitisngmaid and with the
best Frsenh at her command told thegirl
to tell her husband when he retured to
the room that she had gone down into the
publc parlor, where she would wait for
"Oul, madme," re.lied the girl, with a
knowing smile and alow courtesy. It was
evident the girl had had such commands
given her before.
Mrs. Reynolds passed down to the pub.
n r .Shek wailted a full hour for her
eo and 6 that time became very
nervous over h non-ppearance. She
ran upstairs and went out upon the veran
dah. When nearly opposite her a
menta she heard strange sounds
within. Passing quickly to the window
bhe was thanderstruck to ss her huband
he aoor at a livey gait. gsstieula
Id thftwith his hanld and mausering
ea e KEver and anon bo would ty
S It would not opam. M. R
to Ikr l w ias l.norn o foll-owed
er up, N so to agak.
.1,1 to ey she should
her husband in the room when be e-I
and steerwards -
the joke u ly._----
Ls_. tit. Plo.
raPm a.e CbhImo, Ladgwr.
' we obe st.la law, Joe..."
"No, ..e." t"
wIIo I'd read sheat hal1 through
" ]i, Imes."
" Had a bookmark to keep t/ place."
"Sao o.e sole t.he bookmak. I
euld met End ny place, and had to
beask tck to b . sine . pan d sed the .rtsd
book all o.er aulia.
3g.-Sh Omaha 3e
Time: Saoar-Ddroam in thme D
eur nmumoiom- a. a.
Mm. Du 3. (ia an lnjured fto)--"T~whr
is no ,u wrua L you should eCae horn
aM this boors m comaditio. It Am snrnm
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MAIN ST., - - - ANACONDA.
B. F. MAHAN,
R RL . STRTO I NING BROKe R.
And Cofeotig Agent.
irst Steest, N. Main, - - -. Anaconda. Mont.
Dealer in Offmce and House Furniture,
CROCKERY, STOVES AND FUNERAL GOODS
I have the Finest Assortment in the city of Bed Room
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SJ-. A. HASLEY.
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr. ladey has done some of the inest plumbing work In Montana. lie
did the work in The Montana Hotel, Anaconda, W. A. ('lark's residence. bIutte,
Florence Hotel, Missoula, and in many other line public and private buildings
throughout the state.
Parties having plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc., from
J. X. HXSLEY.
Box f630, Anaconda, Montana.
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Two hah. emw am. Lm isouh .1S, Sm
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Assmi osem4.h emrgaS..
Awbma gnlgS at. bruatla
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FRENCH CHOP HOUSE,
IMfT WrErT. ANACONDA.
F. B. HUGHES & CO.,
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t fresSm 21 centsoe up.
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Mu" Set, M.
J41s restev.d M
se ýedroom Uia.
Olm CIrd W(tat4 ri 1M of1.. MM st
one rtutoad of she reLw ur turne
ever boughto to'
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