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THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, sM*
LATENEWS FROM BUTTE I
'Sum(TFirrtU Itowi Seiertl Feet^the iir it the Anicondi line.
APrtUttn Kiploaloa Will Prohaltly Cm*^^In HU Uft^-Or. tlbWHl lajurtaa'^ta Uw Late Kt r* Alan Thou(ht^Fatal Othor Mote*.
BtrrTK,Oct. 9.^A terrihle accident oc^^curred tliia mortiiiiK ultuut 4 o'clock w hi rt-^by Jamoa O'Fairell, an employe of ttie^Anaconda mine, will Iom^ IiIk life. O'Far-^rell, who ia a atout young Irishman of^about 28 years of ntfo, wu liluatiiiK in the^mine at the Unto ^^f the ac-cident. He had^lighted three cluinpn, and all of linen i^failed to go off. O'Furrell returtieil to |S-^litflit them when one of the churife^ pre^^maturely diacliarsed while the unfortu^^nate miner wum almost alamliiiif overlt.^He waa blown sen nil feet, and when^picked up wum found to be mangled in a^moat horrible manner. From the uImIo-^ommi to the top of hia head was an uliuos.1^^hapeleaa mass of bruiaed and blackened^Bean. A large hole was driven into his^^kull Just uIhivc the right eye. Stouea the^^iae of an ordinary tieuu are emlM-dded^into hia arms, fac e and Intdy. The un^^fortunate man was conveyed to the Sis-^tent' hospital immediately ufter the acci^^dent, and ia now receiving every attention^which kindness and skill cult auggest, but^it ia doubtful if he will ever recover^O'Furrell ia unmarried. He has one^brother hero who ia ut hi t Is-dside con^^stantly.
DocGloaaoti, who waa so Itadly burned^in the recent big tire in this city, was U^-^duy reported to hu dying ut the Sisters'^hospital. A reporter of the SrASntltU^visited the ward where Gleasoii ia lying^and found him still living but suffering^most intense agony. The unfortunate^man's whole face and heuil is one maufc of^blisters. Hia hands are literally burned^to a crisp. His eyes ure completely closed.^Gleasoii has Is-en delirious almost mil-^^tautly ainoe hia removal to the hospital^The opinion ia given hy his medical at^^tendant and friend. Dr. Johnson, that he^can ot live 24 hours. Word has been sent^to tileuson's father, who Uvea in Muloue,^^ N. Y.
Poor Gleaaon was a general favorite^with those who knew him. He waa u gen^iul, whole-souled individual who had i^cheery word for every one with whom lit^came in contact. He was burned, it will^be rumeml^ered, by remaining too loop^Dr. Johnson's house on West Grunitu^atroet. A man who came out of the buih^ing almost ut the same moment as Gleu-^sou, escaped unhurt. Hut Gleaaon re^ccived a Hash of flame right in the face^and though he passed through it in a mo^^ment, the results are Ukely to prove fatal^Gleaaon himself did not think he was ho^badly burned at the time, as a few mo^^menta after the accident u Stankakd re^porter encountered him in u drug store^seeking some remedies. Gleasoii said lie^felt great pain, but did not anticipate any^serious results. His face ut this time was^covered with enormous white blisters that^have since spread, until now he is totally^unrecognisable. He has no relatives in^this city or state.
Tilere ia grout rivalry Just now between^agents of the different tin; alarm systems.
Ingcrsoll,the mull charged with at^^tempted incendiarism, was this afternoon^brought before Judge Newkill and given^the statutory time in which te plead, and^it is likely he will uppcur uguiu liefore^Monday. He has engaged Frank E. Cor^^bet* city attorney, to defend him. lugei^^^ soil when brought into court was hudly^frightened, though accompanied and hup*^rounded by un army of policemen.
ColonelSanders, ^the war horse,^ is^here on some roal estate business.
Mrs.Shaw, wife of the proprietor of the^Gold Boot, is spending a few weeks in^California for the benefit of her health.
SamuelMorgan assaulted one John^Doe, and was fined $10 and costs.
Thefine new Hibernian Hull in Cen^^tre vi lie is approaching completion. It^will be occupied by the Walkerville, Cen-^terville and Butte branches of the^A. O. H.
RobertWilson was to-day sent to Warm^Springs asylum in custody of Under Sner-^ilt Tomes. Wilson has been coutlued in^the Jail since last Sunday, and hia mind^appears to be completely unbalanced.
LeonardFortier lives in luxury anil idle^^ness with a woman on Galena street. Last^night he got angry* and kicked part of the^bouse ilowu. It cost him $25 to sett 1* in^the police court. Vl
PatrickO'Largey has filed, notice of^water location in Little ('amp en ok.
JohnHughes, Mike Nevin, Mike^Hughes, have tiled notice of locution of^Last Chance lode claim and Butte Silver^lode claim in Camp Creek distrist. '
MichaelO'Douuhuc bus tiled notice of^location of Free Trade lo.le claim in Sum^^mit Valley district.
J.F. Prowse has applied for letters of^administration in the estate of Jacob^Hootmuu. The estate is worth 91,545.
GeorgeH. Allen of Basin Gulch, to-day^was granted license to marry Miss Alnua^Gideon of Basin Gulch. Alma is only' Id^years of age.I if
GeorgeBaonnor, age 3*1, rosiiUnoo^South Hutte has a license to marry Mary^Deluuey of the same place. Mary's age is 3t^.
Unfearing a fatal result of Smith's injur-^birad a rig and drove out to Con Sulli-^tne valley, and leaving bis team^in company with a companion,^ked to Woodville station, and since^n be baa not been seen. In view at^extraordinarily brutal nature^the attack upon his brother.^John Smith thinks the authorities^have been very careless in allowing the^principals to get away so easily. This^opinion is sliured by many others with^whom the reporter conversed. Mike is a^powerfully built Irishman in the prime of^life, and that his terrible injuries have not^resulted fatally already is due more to his^cxtrnordinury endurance than to the^(-lightness of his injuries. John Smith^says he will stay in Hutte until every' man^who was a party to the assault has lieeu^hunted down and punished.
HutteUral rotate Koeoril.
SiM-cialCorres|s^ndcnce of the Standard.
BtrTTR,I let. ^. ^ Uelow is to-^luy's^r~tatc rifonl:
tVills-rF. Sander* a) ux to l.uliiu ^^.^Fcruier. wife of \V. I ^. Fcmier.a i|uit^i lsiiu ile.il to lot y ill block au, Hutte
JohnA. Cannon to .funics Nauu'lii-^n.
l-t \'^^. 4, Thornton addition to Hutte^Jos. II. Hat rt al to Jeba Crowl, lot
..^. lilK'k T, Hullo town site.^Luna Oruslein, adliuliisUiill l\ ef es^^tate of Jacob Ornatcln, to .lolm F.^Williams, in ati-ortlaiice with an or^^der of |irot^ate comt. lot No. a^7. 3,^gtm w, comprising tin- surface^around of the llouie lisle claim^F. A. UMM et al to Wilbur K. San^^ders, lot !^7 7. 3 n r. s w, foi l lot ^ in
blockJO, Unite townsilc
Tlios.I^. Heir) Ui Win. Kane, south^h ilf of lot iW, ^ orn|irisiilk' the sur^fare ground of Home lisle claim..^K. M. Carr, of l^elHware i-oiint). State^of Iowa, executor of estate of .lolm^Carr. of same place, to \V. L Fahlla,^ot Hutte. lot* 1 and I* in block .'.!^,
IlcrtinKeck with to .lame* K. Jacobs,^one sixteenth interest iu l^nnc star^lode claim
MikeSmith Is Lying In a Precarious ('^^-
dltlonFrom the Assault t'pon Him.^Special to the standard.
Butte,Oct. 9.^Headers of the Stand^^ard will remember that on Sunday morn-,^ing, Scptcmt^er 29, Mike Smith a laim-r,^residing in Centerville was set upon iu '*^Centervillc saloon by u gang of toughs,^beaded by William Moylau, a shift Jboas.^and kicked until hu became inaeufcihlo.^Some spectators interfered or Smith^would have ln-eti kicked to death in a few^moments by the brutal toughs, who ap^^parently hud no other cause for the as^^sault than that Smith refused to drink^with Moylau, the leader of the gunk'.^Smith was sent to the Sisters' liospit.il. It^wus found that his right arm had been^broken in three places and his face cut^anil bruised in u horrible manner. To^^night Smith is iu u very precarious) ren^^dition, a IiIihmI vessel ill the injured arm^hating liursted two days ago. lie was^very weak when wi-ti hy a Staniiaiui rc-^porter to-night. He says that the gang set^upon him without pnivocatiou, and that^he was knocked down before he knew an^assault wus intended. When he fell^to the floor he wa- knovjied^and beaten by everyone in^the gang wno could get u hlow at him.^Smith's In-other, John Smith, an employe^of the California mint, who wus state sen^^ator ill Nevada for three t -rtus, wus tele^^graphed for and is now ut bis injured^brother's bedside. John complains oftls-^mariner in' which the authorities frere^treated Mike's assailants. It appears^that after the assault was committed ^^n*^Pat Sheelian, an eye-witness of the d*e^l.^^wore out a warrant for the arrest of Wil-^liam Moylau. This warrant was sworn^out on Monday and placed in the hands^of the sheriff, luit notwithstanding^the fact that Moylau was to he^found iu his usual haunts around town no^effort seems to have been mode to arrest^Finally on Thursday at uuuii Mcy-
PeterHansen and wife wen^ gn-utly sur^^prises:! and gnWiflcd ut the arrival of a pair^of twin boys at their residence cast of the^Kattlesnuke lust Thursduy. Mother and^chsUlreii an* doing well, but Peter is some^^what amazed. -Missoula Item.
Aprize fight to a flutsli was arranged^for Sunday evening l^otw^-eii Gordon and^SylT, who un- suid to he very clever iu the^manly art. It wus to have occurred in^South Missoula, but owing to somo hitch
atheproceedings was |ioat|^oncd. ^Mis-^^fan.
Mr.Frank Bain will ship from the Port
Sintoll stock yards to-morrow uhout 2,riOO^i^d of mutton wethers. This shipment^with 5,:*K^ head belonging to Libby ^ Mer^^rill and Charles S. Gibson will make 7,muu^head to go from the Benton stock yunls^to-morrow ^ thirty-llvo douhlu-dcck car^loads.^Hirer I'rejut.
Mr.('bus. S. Gibson drove* a herd of^mutton wethers across the bridge from^tht! east side of the river yesterday. The^sheep will lie loaded ut the Fort llontou^stock yunls to-morrow for shipment to^Chicago. This herd and 2,500 heud of^Libby ^ Merrill's sheep make 5,:hJU lie.nl^that will go nway from the stock yunls to-^,Tll/^m^w. This shows what kind of u shi|^-^ping point Fort Benton in. -Hirer I'rexs.
B.S. Clark of New York city has lieen^^^pending u few months ut his sbMp ranch^near Clioteau. Mr. Clark has arranged to^connect his dozen or more winter sheep^camps by telephone, involving uttout^eighteen miles of wire. By this urrange-^nu-nt, in case of a storm, it will be known^at beadcpiarters whether all bands are^safely housed or not and help sent where^needed. Mr. Clark leaves this afternoon^on the Manitoba railmud for his eastern^home. Next year he pn^|m^ses bringing^his wife with him and visiting the Na^^tional park.^Great Fall* Leader.
Atripto the great coko camp of Coke-^dale will repay the visitor. Neurly the en^^tire plant of 80 ovens is now in successful^operation and tuniingout large shipments^of the product every day. The washer Is^now in operation and docs good work in^removing impurities from the coal. Sev^^eral ovens are charged with the ct^ul^treated hy this concentrator and satisfac^^tory n-sults are anticipated. It is expected^that by this improvement to the com^^pany's works, coal hitherto unfit for coke-^iiig purposes will lie utilized and the ^|iiul-^ity of all the coke produced will lie mater^^ially Improved. ^ I.irinystnne Enter/irise.
Thisafternoon Joe Solomon, the man^^ager of the new stn-et car line, gave the^city utld county otliciuls, tin- newspaper^men ami a few prominent citizens the first^ride on the new line, tin the second^trip Joe gave the children a ride, which^all enjoyed. The curs ntn very smoothly,^niul all expressed themselves very nivch^pleased with the line. The stables were^also visited and found very convenient.^The cars will commence running on reg^^ular trips tins evening to the 10 o'clock^train. Mr. Solomon is to lie cotigrutu^lated on the enterprise he has shown, and^Which gives Missoula a regular city look^-^Missoula Item.
TheGlasgow /feralti suys in its last is^^sue that through the carelessness of Clio^^teau county ollicials poll Issiks wcru not^sent to Smith's ranch, a pn-cinct in th^Little Rocky mountains, by which 37 vot^^ers won- deprived of their right to vote^We desire to exonerate our county clerk^as well asset ourosti-etnod cotitom|^on^.ry^lis^ Glasgow Herald, right, by explaining^that the |k^11 Itooks wen- first mailed in^due time to reach that |iii lil^t. A genth^man who came to the postoffice for th^^books, telegraphed that they wen'^not then-. A dispatch was immediately^sent telling him that the Issiks had been^mailed but that another set would Is- sent^by the evening express. This was done.^Still another set was sent later by a rail-^nuul conductor for fear those on the ex^^press might Is- curried by the station.^Anil again a fourth set of IxMjks was sent^through thi- mail. It ap|m-ars that neither^one of the four reached the hands for^which they were intended. How itsohati-^|H-ii^m1 we cannot say, but we do know our^county clerk attended faithfully to his^duty. ^ Hirer I'rest.
RAYHAMILTON SUBS EVA.
aysMm Has Asstaw Waissaa. Stat^He Cant Prao It,
theNew York Hun.^The anticipated suit of Robert Ray^Hamilton against his wife to have their^marriage annulled haa been begun in this^state. It is not for divorce on the ground^of adultery, hut for annulment of the mar^^riage contract on the ground of fraud.^The complaint was handed to Judge Pat^^terson yes ten lay upon an application for^an onler for the service of the summons^by publication. This onler was granted.
Hamilton'scomplaint, in referring to^his marriage, says that his wife's maiden^name was Kvuugclinc L. Steele, ami that^they wen- married by the Rev. r.dson W.^Burr on January 17. lsrtR. Iu describing^himself, he says that he has la-cu a citizen^of this stall- JO years, anil that he owns^n-ul estate and personal pn^perty here.^The defendant, lie states, has been u citi^^zen of Ni-w York, ^but is now temporar^^ily absent from the state.^ She is in jail^iu Jersey.
Followingthis, Hamilton dcclan-s that^his consent to the marriage was obtained^through the defendant's n-pn-sentatioiis,^iu Mau l , IKS*,, that she wus alsiut to In^^come a mother, and that the child was^his. In the same year. lh*ceiuber 17 and^January lit, he nccived letters from the^defendant, who was at I'.lniira, rcpn-scnt-^ing that she bod lsi-njileliven-d of a child.^^ Ml January B, the day before the mar^^riage, u female child was pn-seiiteil to the^pluiutiir as his own.
Thecomplaint then goes on to state^that the n-latiousexisting between Hamil^^ton and the woman prior to the marriage^were such that her representations might^have Ims:-ii true. ^Those n-pn-si-ntatioiis,^^he says, ^wore made by tin- defendant^with the intent that the plaintiff might be^^lieve them ami might thereby Is- induced^to marry her. well knowing that hut for^these n-presetitations plaintiff would not^have married her.
Hamiltonsays that hi- has now good^and sullieielit n-usous to Is-lievi- that the^representations wen- false ami that the^chilli was foisted upon him by the defend^^ant for the purpose of inducing him to^marry her. It was iu August of this year^that he first learned of the deception, and^he stales that since that discovery he has^not waived any of his rights by cohabit^^ing with her.
Therefollows a statement, made on in^^formation and Is-lief, which may explain^why Josh Mann anil Mrs. Swiuton were^tuken out of the Tombs yestenlay on un^onler from the district attorney's office^and hud a long session with liis|ss:-tor^Hyrncs at police headquarters. It has Iweii^asseverated in ticws|iuper n-|s^rts of the^case that F.vatigi-litii- was married to Josh,^and that then* were reports that she hail^married another man still. The reporters^were unable to get any proof of this, and^Mr. Hamilton up|m*ars to Is- much in tin-^sail ie tlx. His complaint suys ^that at the^time of the celebration of the marriage^and prior thereto the defendant had a hus^^band living, and that on January 7, lss!t,^the former marriage wus still in force.
HutHamilton says that hi* has not Im-^ ii^able to obtain any of the details of thi- de^^fendant's former marriage. He prays^that if hi* should succeed hereafter in ol^-^t.lining them he may Is- allowed to insert^them ill the complaint.
Therest of the papers consist of three^ufflduvits. One Is from Joseph Kunz-^muim stating that he has Iss-n unable to^make |s^rsoiial service on the defendant,^^ other from Edward R. Vollmer reciting^the trial, conviction, and se item ing of^Mrs. Hamilton at May's Landing, audthu^third from Mr. Kuusmuiiii describing a^visit of his to the prisoner at May's l.ainl-^ing when he was informed that she was^soon to Is- taken to tin- state prison at^Trenton, N. J. Mr. Kuiizuiauu's visit has^already Im-cii dcscrils-d ill the .Sun.
Itwas on the strength of Mr. Kuzmmin's^testimony that Judge Patterson onlerod^that the summons be published in thn-e^|ut|iers in this city, and that a copy Is-^mailed to the defendant in the county jail^at May's banding, ami another addressed^to the state prison at Trenton, N. J.
JoshMann anil Mrs. Swiuton were^taken to the Tombs after their long talk^with Inspector Hyrncs. The iiispcctiar^had nothing to say concerning their visit,^but it is supposed that the interview was^held in the interest of Hay Hamilton.
Whatwere supposed to be deserts^rapidly vanishing before the advance of^civilisation. Then- was a time when the^I'tlited States had only one of no sinaU^siae, when it was considered that all the^land west of the Missouri river was a bar^^ren waste. The farmers of Kansas, Ne^^braska and Uukota have disitoscd of^much of the great American desert, says^Iron. Once upon a time large -tortious^of the interior of Africa were be^^lieved to be and anil uuculti-^vuble. Now we learn that they an- fruit^^ful anil well populuW-d. The interior of^Australia lias Im-cii hclft up as an awful^example of a howling wilderness, desti^^tute of water and of animal or vegetable^life. The illusion is now Itcing rapidly^dispelled. Keci-nt i-xplon-rs n-|sirt that^inner Australia is no ^aharan waste, ami^that, though uninhabited, can support a^large |m^pulatioti. I hen-an-grassy plains,^large lakes, and also traces ..f gold and^precious stones. A north und south rail-^way is now Is ing made through the^center of Australia, and doubtless with its^completion the last trace of the desert^will vanish. The in^n horse is a woiiiIi r-^fill dispel lor of illusions of that kind. The^truth is, that then- are vast regions in^America. Asia and Ailstmlia which are^barn-n from die standpoint of primitive^and ignorant agriculture, but which.w hen^taken iu hand by tht* t-ducatis.1 farmer of^tin- pn sent day, with his implements, de^^velop into fertile th-Ids and pastures.
AjHHMMl-iip, MWer months old. lie wore a^collar, no nanieouit. A liberal re^aril will Is*^for tin- rtluiii of the iloic to its owner.^M. Moore, 'Mistmuster.
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HavingJust closed one iif the most phe^^nomenal engagements cw-i played at^hush street Theater, sun^Francisco, with the
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F.achdepartment displays the latest, the^quisite and exclusive novelties^lar line, all offered
most select, the most ex-^in its particu-^at
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H-TH6 HIGHSST NOU ELTieS-H*
InCombination Suits, Embroidered Robes, Cash^^meres,Series, Suitings, Satin Melanges, Ladies'^Cloths, etc., etc, Above in all the^most popular, newest and^staple shades.
OURSILK KND VELVET DEPARTMENT
Assortment anil Choicest Selection ever
boastof the Largest^brought to this city.
Fulllines in everythinp* pertaining to our Domestic Department,^all departments are constantly receiving new uoods.
ANDTBI STRONGEST COMPANY TRAVELING
Connoisseurs.Irroni Once ^ Week.
Mrs.Tnn- t.i ntc l ^Cirssl iiiorniiiK.Mrsi.^Carrots, troiiia* to New York to ilo a littli*^Slioi^|^iiiK *^'
Mrs.Gushy f'arroti I whom* IhisimwhI |MM^bit stamliinl oil, ami aii-uirtHl suclclen^rie-liesi^No. I've just returned. I lioiielit^a nice Riilx-rtH this moriiiiiir, ami I ^1^-^el.\r^.-! VaVM I ealleil at my lins!^amI s of^^fice lu* toliS un- he hail Isiutflit a K^-ui-^brniult hy the same artist yi-sU-nlay after-^ptaSi
In the slilrl.
Promthe riotliler anil Furnisher.
Saulone shirt stud unto another,
Itseems to me. my itear tw.u hrotlier.^Together we had best condole^For. l^y my life, we'rr in a liole.
AnInsane I^as^cnicer on the Steamer Aus^^tralia stall* Himself.
Fromthe San Fr:uiei^^si ^ ^hroulele.
Tilt*sti-aiu^^r Australia arrivoil in port^last eveiiitiK, seven ilays from lloiiolulii^She broiiKht 31 iMisKt-iiffcrs in the rabill^anil Iri in tho stii-raifi-. Then* was one^less in the steerage than tin* minilx r^which left Honolulu, U. M. I'litnani liav-^intr kilh'il himself on the iHissauo with a^large i-arviiig knife.
Hewas a marrieil man, living at Hono^^lulu, when* his wife now is. He was en*
1loyi*tl as a Itartender at the islands, and^^uil obtained a vacation to visit his rela^^tions in San Luis i Uiispo county. While^iiiakifiK* bis pn*|^aralious for the trip, Put^^nam. iM-iiiK of a convivial nature, drank^more than was ifissl for him, and^when bo went on hoard tho Aus^^tralia bo wus considerably under^the influence of lit-uor. For MMM^time after the steamer sailed he wus not^seen oil deck, till last Monday afternoon^however, he u|^|M-urtil, ami bis friends no-^t iced a eoiisiderable change iu bis looks^His eyes were wilil and his face huirKurd^and his whole demeanor indicated that In^was lulMiriiiK miller sonic ti ni|^.rary illu^^sion. He tisik a turn about the deck : then^drew a largo carving-knife from under hi^coat. He stissl facing tin- |s*opli* on deck^for an instant, a horrible grin distorting^his features; and giving vent to u shrill^laugh In* plunged tin* blade into bis ulslo-^nicn and through bis btaly.
Thesuicide fell to the ground ill the^throes of death. Putnam was huriisl from^the steamer on last Wednesday evening,^^ apt.ini lluuilletti* reiuliug the burial ser^^vice. The dis*eas4*d was 43 years of age,^and a native of Massachusetts. He leaves^bis mother and a brother iu Sun Luis^t ^bis|^o county.
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TanI'lsvers lllsni Isseii.
Fromthe S:m l-'raneiMii i hrisiirle.
Iinlgi-Hix ilisniissi.il a large uiinils-r of^Chinese yesterday who hail Is-i-n arrested^f-^r playinir tan. Hi- laMMMli that un^^der the dii-isioii of the sii|s-rior court anil^of Judge l_iwli-r it was useless to urn st^or convict the tan players unless tliey^wen-caught ^^^ the actual o|M*ratioli. Coii-^se.|in ntly ail the prisoners wem dis-^i-hargtHl. This leaves the ehinejM* fn-e to^iKirry' on their games Is-hiinl clositl ihsirs.
A.Indue ul Arl.
FromVie Itnme Si-ni uiel.
Itnlilty(to his sister) Is Mr.^your I-can, a judge of tine arts
Sister A very good judge. Hobby^whv do you ask '.*
Bohhy-Oh, he told me last night that^he waa going to get the man who painted^your portrait to paint bis house.
RsthrrKl.ky. ~^From the Yutikt-rs Statesinau.
^Whatan- you doing now^^^^^In with 'the greatest show on earth.' ^^^You don't say-.^ What particular line^^^^I g^^ up in a ttulloon and jump down^with a parachute.
Youdo that ut the conclusion ^f the^perfortiiuiife. 1 aup|ioae^
tlb,!!^^; I leurtiisl long ago that juni|^-^mg at a conclusion was dangerous.
Wereceived this week by express an elegant line of I.atlies^ Seal Plush^Newmarkets, Sac^pies. Jackets with elegant satin linings, also an^elephant assortment of Children's I'lush Coats, in a variety of the^very latest colors, in sizes to tit a^jes from I to 4 years.
Marriageis Not a Failure!
Thatia If you are married and living In Anaronda and buying your STOV KS of tae
Whoarc always to the front with ^ Full Line an I t hoSelect loo at prices bound
tosuit. We ^huw tliis week a Iksir full of
Hardand Soft Goal Burners and Wood Heaters
Alsoa complete Hue of Hungcs ami W ^^ si and Coal ftsik stoves.
TheMost Helect Htis-k In Anaoouda, to
paperir\ the State
ofMorvtarva, subscribe for
Itsrates are ten dollars^a year, three do^lars a quarter, or^$1 a morxth.
Weare hraibpi.-irters for Cartridges, Center and Kim Fire, Shot llun Shells, Isith^gauge, tisi cheap to talk slsnit. Shot lluus. If ifles six I Kevolters. linn i as.s. Csrtrnlge^tin-7't-lebrat^sl ShulUe I'uwder, Call aud ve us. OI'KN I I I.I. TEN AT MtillT.
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Lquora, Cigars, Candies. Nuts and^Fruits. Butter, Fresh Eggs, and
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