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LATE NEWS FROM BUTTE
I bl 1*hlm 1k r k.NSl :
s" es ss Qmee ,,p 5 u at.
pINOalW tthe "lman .r
Dtir'u ODt, .11-Albout 0 o'eock Ist
lgh a aan enoig res.lslyo about in
froet ata drug store la West Park mruers
atteastad t the earoslty of paesere-by.
He was a ma of about years old andl
his hfa war one of the mnost pitiful ever
see In utto. He was deathly pale. at
teauted and haUsard. The frightful
paless of hlis face was rendlered more
barrible by a blarckened eye d large pro.
paortio., with a circle of Iivrl ed arouqd
the orb. The ounl nlunu war dre.med
eeady in blak his shoes were polshed,
his lea was faultless. It was the youang
man's mowsments that at
trated mnore attention even
than his ghastly death-like face. He
ould not stand still an ilstant. (ea
slonally he would peer Into the window of
the drug store with a longing ga1e, but
kept moving all the tine. Hw hands,
like his feet, were kept constantly ina no.
tio, ooetimes in drawing his well-It
tin g s on and o and gsometimes In
fumbllng with his hands naervously in bl
vest pockets. Occeaslonally he would
start up the steps of the drug store, but
would always come down again shakingll
his head and mutterinr to himself, before
his hand graped the door handle.
The ms ote theyoung man is Dr. Wa.
Lorraine, and for three years e has
been known as the waorst morphine
eater in Butte. When be came to IButte
10 years ago he was considered one of the
brightest and ablest young physicians
ever in the western country. e came to
Bustt from the onast, but was originally
from Montreal. where be reratved a
splendid liberal and mnedical education.
Iti s only witin a few ears past that he
as acquired the habit or eatingr morphIine.
Time habit has resulted in mnatitg haim a
sicoal wreck, the object of pity alike
-rn trieads and stranters.
Ir. Lorraine's case came to public oo.
lie by his being arrested on 'hursday
nih althogh the ease has been kept
quiet by the ~lke. It seems that Ur.
ILorrtne, whleo scarcely knowing what
he was doing, owing to mor
Sline, went into a restaurant
n Park stret for something to eat.
He ordered coafee and pie. '1 he waiter
had et the bread before bhim, but his
actions led the waiter to believe that the
man was intoxicated. He thereupon told
him be had better leave but the doctor
refused, claiing the right to remain an
long as he paid ts way. The dispete re
suited In the doctor beig roughly lans
died and thrown out. Oflcer Leyson
picked him up.
SArrest that man," cried the doctor,
pointing to the waiter.
" No; 'll arrest you," said the officer.
The onilr entry put on the poulice books
was: " W ater, for sluggin roc."
Yes, they had aLe in a felon's
cell," makl the doctor last night, in
rehearsing the story to a STAYNL4Ao
reporter. " I was never so low as that
before. They locked me up in the
polIee cells frit, and then took me up to
the court house. All night long and all
day lom I eried for morphine, hut they
wouldkn t give me a bit. I suffered horri
bl. To-night ay friends got me out.
Yea, morpiane has wrecked nay life. But
I can't help it. I must eat It. I never
toched lquor or tobacco in any form. I
wasn't drunk in the restaurantmd didn't
do anything wrong that I know of."
SHE WANTS A DIVORCE.
fad tUatramasme Uspeerenses Ut a Cemset
da to tbe M aadl I.
BUrTT, Oct. 1.-One of the worst
cases of cruelty and desertion ever
brought to light in thibe city
appeared today in a suit for divorce
brought by Mary Richards of this city
against her husband, John G. Richards.
Mrs. Richards a little over a year ago was
a pretty C'ornish girl named Mary Stead.
She came to Montana from Cornwall 16
months ago and soon hecame acquainted
with Richards, who is a Cornish miner.
They were married September 8, 1118.
Richards was in humble circumstances
and his wife cheerfully shared his fortune.
At first he treated her kiindly, hut last
July began maltreating her, it is charged,
acting cruelly and threateningly toward
her while she was confined
to her bed. While in this condition
Richards packed his trunk and declared
he would leve his wife. His unkind and
harsh lanIuae mnd treatment rendered
the young wife well nigb distracted. The
result was that Mrs. Richalrdi gave birth
to a six months' old baby. The child only
lived two or three days. During that time
and while the young wife was In bed and
neat death's door. Richards continued to
abuse her. He refused to provide hour
lshing food or such stimulants as were
needed under the cirumstances. He po
cured one bottle of port wine. hut that
was all drank by the husband and his
The climax of the, husbalInd's inluman
ity paerared when Richards refused to
provkid for tbs hurial of his child. "It don't
.eed any comlIn !" he exclainmed.
The young mother pieaded piteous
that their chld he given a decent ur
and the husband maid Onall be wo1ld
take care of it. He then stuffed the little
hody in an emnpt raisin box. and carried
It on his shou r to the cemetery where
he left it exposed on the ground all night.
He told his wife the next morning what
he had done. She then attemnpted to rise
from her bed and declared she would go
to tib ciemetery brrself in her pitiable
condition and heary the child. The brute
then consented to eary the haldy. One
month after this Richards secrettly paecked
all his personal property in his
brother's trunk, and unknown to anyone
got it out of the house. His wife has
seen nothinl of him since nor heard any
thine. She s left entirely destitute de
pendent solely on the generosity of friends
and neighbors. Sh ehas appled tlhrlgh
Attorneys McB4de & Hallidorn fr a li
vorer. Dilignt search has been made
for Richards during the past few days,
but be has left town and is believed to
have left the territory. He owes several
bhundred dollars. It is said to various par
ties. Mrs. Richards will undoubtedly be
nteda divorce. The husband left town i
ust ain time to save himself fron msvers
and~ling at the hands of the friends of
the young wife.
Th case .1 YouTas Lews.
Specil Correspondene of t.thr Ltandarl.
Burrs. Oct. 12.-M- erikd & Halidorn to
day, In behalf of Frank M. Lewis, ae
ceaed of murder in the second degree.
petitioned Judge DeWolfe for a writ of
hbeas eorpu. The petition claimsn that
Lewis Is illegally imprisoned, there being
no evidence to warrant his imprisonment.
The object is to gain the freedom of the
p r The petition is returnable next
UITTIE OCiAL WOILU.
WSet e Wha Wh Smetm WWWrt
bilees of ber tt b a sy h er Io teN ie la
the UmWlid Atat.e. There ade. of ea
S .w w.U-kmeowm melty ladies here whe
ar. gmilMt. ag.s In their heamd.nr
equelppgmse upe the msets, beet as a ruet
but. meO e peope have not adoptedthat
tIwe of reersadM which is n o egamota
other eitie. It etN et te~a mnmeat he
thought that the lumey of earriagw dlrl
lug is not nldulged by the ladies ef this
city because of its espealhvetne s. tuch
Ies n the cae. as it Isa well-known fact
that Hb ute. ie. have at their command
for current expenses maoe ready nmoey
than their fair sisters of the eastern cities.
Carriage. riding would etn not to anccord
with the instinclt of the harndy western
lady, who doe not fall in with tim notkln
that she should go through life support
ed byh chair ca cesuihk. The enMervating
plesures of the efete east are not pmpu
tanherq% wlere. UInder the infltuencs of
the breesy mountain air, the heart heat,.
quicker and strwcager, and the cic-rlation
of the blood, like tie cirrulatioon of
nesLey is more rapid. Beatte ladies who
are well ahbe to aardI a carriage prefer
to walk. and during the bright autumnml
days of tiem past week the asilrwalks have
been liled with many of the fairest faces
and richest costumees in Butte. It ih In.
emingll quite fashionahle for Butte ladies
to take bIrtsk walks eve-ai to thie outskirt
of the city anid up the skies of the steep
mountaias that environ it. A 4TrArnA.nI
reporter. who was climhing the buette a
few days ago. mise half a dosn of the
penmninealt ladies of this .amp oe tlheir
way to tie top; and a hamppier. mretti.r.
liveller bevy of women were , ever before
encountered h a scribe. There was ino
evidence there of spiritlesh, langulkl.
exhausted wonanhodl. Every one
of the party hnked .s if srew
would ncorn that fernu of physical cow
arlice whkich leads too anlly womlen,. aglt
men too. to be afraid of wind or rain or
mud. Against the largessnm of nature we,
are better able to se tos littlenuas. of our
own lives; against her inflnite cam enl our
own paltry exiteetstsn st against her
sstrength ald beauty uear Imbitual feeble
ness anid foolishesIs. This is why a walk
on the gray hillsides on the grayest and
mustiest of afternoons is isinea.nuracly
etter than a few hoare. rie in a crriage.
hehe aodl is refreshed and Invigoratod
with the mind. and the ordinary cares of
life are thbu anad lighter.
The social seaseos lhas imarcely opened
yet in Butte. A few pleasant private
parties have been Inaugurated. hovoev.r.
It ia observed that the fall style of mas-=
ties as worn in Butte are of sallusual
ensthl, which, while very dliflult to walk
in. are still a great protection to the
('rowds of aluxiol ladils are awaiting
the roepening of Bonner's, and Hen
Judg Me('onnell of Helena Is re.gistr
ed at the McDerm.ott.
A. B. Cook of Helena is at the Me*)Der
E. S. Stackpokl and child of Deer Lodge
are il town.
Mr. andl Mrs. Chas. Preler have re
turned fromn a six monlth trip to Europe.
Mrs. B. B. Sanders of Helen was in
J.. ewe l passenger agent of
the Union~s P fe Was been eat on
an extended holiday trip and returned to
day. He came haek alone, mnuch to the
surprise of some of his most intinate
who hIdl a welll-developed kea
t *thhi . ahohlnlg would be a signal
Runors have been revived this week of
the ill-treatment of a certain society lady
noted for her beauty and stylishness, by
her husband, who Is a very prominent
person here. If this thing continues some.
very seMsauio.al revelatis are promrised
as the lady has revealed to some of her
friends that she will not bear her hs
band's treatment much long¶ without
taking the public Into her eonidesnce.
Mrs. W. A. (lark and her amiable
daughter. Miss Katie spent a couple of
ds thls week visiting friends in Deer
A large concourse of the socriety people
of Butte visited the Hotel Broadwater, at
Miss ttie Stapkltou has returned from
a very pleasant visit to friends in Deer
Many people in Butte regret tlhat Mrs.
W. A. ('lark and her family will leave to
morrow to rrside iI, the east. Mrs. (lark
is a lady a uch esteemned here and she and
her aeeomplished daughters will Ie great
ly missed in Butte.
Miss LUssie Tlhornto will spend the win
ter in New York.
NOT YET NAMED.
resldemts of liattn Who oIectare that They
Are Net the oeat Peteaastoer.
BLr'TT, Oct. 1L-"Say, did you hear
that Butte's new postmaster has been
appointed ?" inquired a well-known repub
lican of the STANDAIbn reporter to-day.
The scribe admitted that he had not re
ceivedl the information. "Well I guess its
true," continued the repulblican. "the te
port reached here thls aft.ernoon that A.
F. Bray has been appointed to suteed Mr.
Talent. I hope it is not trie Ihut I lave
it on good autlhority who says that Bray
has really been appointel."
The reporter at once sought out Mr.
Bray who when questionerl albout the nmat
ter maid he had recelved no notileatkion of
his appolntnient. He maid he lad made
no effort 1to seure tle pjositlonl and
woukl not take it if it was
offered to him as his business was worth
more money he said. Mr. Batechelor. who
has been for nine years a faithful employ
er of the Butte postolilce and who has
been frequently and favorably nlken of
as Mr. Talent's suceeeor was alto hiter
viewed by the reporter. Mr. Batelmelor said;
he did not know whether or not the news
thata new postmaster had been appointerl
was true. But he dlii know that he had
served about as long as le intended as
clerk. He expete d to receive the
appointment of postmaster beceause iht
felt he had earndJ it as mnuch as army one..
If a new man were to he aHtlpointud over .
hin lie would feel it was timn foar lhia to
look for another Job. The sentinewnt of
the public is certainly in favor of Mr.
,..aked tp the 1 etr d..
Spea to the Standtard.
Btrro. Oct. 12.---i7ty Mdarsual MrArthur
and Chief of Police Smith to-day lotked
up the policek court records in ordekr that
ih· reporters mighbt not get any news
therefro.n. Tis step wasu tlaken herause
one of the daily papers recently publis·tl
an article which McArthur thougrht re
flected on hsdlgnity as an offlicer. The ac
tion of the polire authorities in this nmat
ter bas caused a good deal of indignation
in the ranks of the local srribhe. It is
generally consuidred that Marshal Me
Arhur has arrogated to himself ton much
authority and that he is unnecessarily
alous of his reputation as an officer.
ince ha is very far frown bring above le
Itimte criticism in his public position if
be prist. in the coumu be has askytled
duringthe past few mob he may have
his digity so.mewha ruled.
. MAOWQW MINES.
ofmewsagnes ee me**e
ge `carr emdse tOLRsl-- Wmen ,
Posy, Mr ., (e 12-Wink hem. eno
mamed an L.e new mIl d se ertra*
at Pn. mu tl . te *mueml*e at
Mr. ameak Rambueg. imme.ly at tsh Am
,easd.el tm.mltlum works. A Daull str.am
s~emp Ine .e ese" with (lruin J ll'
romsd etablsa. sEl.. p.M amd.
Frum vaners..s m d titehalts
haviag alremlv arrivee.
Two hensued labsne.s them Minnepo
u arirved here a few days mine. They
winlo to ork oan the Pony brnerb of the
The Rled Ber o luinm int ts are
looking upas .onstelerbe is
Ilus aahs Clevelasd amnd Stt.Paul %p.
tall.st for mines in that distr.ict and it M
quite pramalhte that the made of the Gal
eetxda group of mines' with the mnll
tharewon, for SOUOMk, will I- followed in a
few days by that of the G;enhatake and
TippeWans nainea for a large sum. A
awIll, with a eapaeity of thirty tons
ur day, will i hbuilt to wtwk
he Golhonta ore. Late enill-Hreies oa l this
ore have ieetn very uatisftact0ry. ykikelng
96 per rent of the gald in what hasm her.to
foe'. bhee called r.wllinean ore. Ins msill
lag tons of ore the Ilams of nme".ury was
bht two poesnts. The eost of rehlrtione is
eutilluatud at 0 per toet by the (arter peot
St.sa adkpte*d here.
The Reve.asue mel autd mill whikhs had
heen shut down for repairs since. the flue
ouete enontlts ago is rnnisg again. The
vein nut the lowest leverl of thliu tmine shows
sixsten feet of payi. gldd ore. S. K.
Knox has puechasead te Monitor and a
lain aiJoit it fruon udage Reel for
tAM.IUU, and has mnen esmloertwdr itn clkvel
opeWent work. Helena uartk.a hIaves hintkld
the mininr nfte.r est of D. M. HI.tl(ry on
Rk~hnmom Flat flor S~'xIt. Ne4ttl eet and
Northeap, who recently nquliecel thies
Wa\ahlavrttem Her oltarer foer etw maolkst
tumn of mi'UUO.UM, IhaVLo juet e.otkIaltIkl a
reasaarklatbler ne clean up aisse haur* .Insed
tdown for ta. rseaatn.
O(n ich(tIntdnt Plat the dee*p tunnel on
tihe Inlruanar stqwl) is bfinlg driv.* a.elimul.
al1t1 it iM Mak. tlutI the a..*ara.Nee of the
la.tls thenr fully justitl.s time .'at.rrprim*. of
Tib. repr-sentativer of the syntclkate
having its hea.lkuarter. ill Kansais (ity
are ear' tetd hee tduring thIr cotuuing
week, their purpuow hteing to elasunine theI
ioutherrsl Gal group of nilnes I, Pot.ai
distrkct. Thele show very large. veins.
umeu. of tlwheni eig rI) fheet Ietw.en wailles.
The formation i.s prlphyry andti ranite,
and the character of tih, U1t antin4nLiia
silver. Tahe district iwasewesm great nat
ural advanutages, the facilitiest frw nilniig
and millilg hting ullnisumlrlr .asul.
It is stralUe that a regian is which sseath
vast mineral wealth isn .nItainetd shoulM
have rceived sI Iittle unotice as this ~,er
tion of Madison county hams had ul too the
past few ollths. na. t tine atlr~sent of rail
roads Is attracting attemntion. towards it
now rand ther is no fdoult that Ielfore
long it will show up jmwetty higbh on the list
of we producers of Montana.
THE ENCAMPMENT ENDED
Treeps Deleselag s. th 1me ilitae t. meaek
t'amp at et /CII.6 the mrnsing.
ispor*3t to the itasastarst.
Poea ELLIS. via Brsesnan (k-t. ( 1.-
After a suecesful and profitable week of
drill, ('ohonel (. F. Llrod oirnunalling
ofllcer ha to-day issued instr.etk.en for
the h.eaking up of the anllual.encamp
nmet of the state militi to-mnorrow morn
ing. (In accout of the excellent areosu
nmodations which have been at the dispumal
of our home. arnuay, nmny reget that their
military life as a brdy is now over for
another year. The encampenent has hee.a
benealial to ofikers and mens alike. Tem
attendance has heer· large, all of the re
spective companies being well represented
and thonse in a position to judge may that
there has been a mnarkel Imlprove ent
in the appearance, military tacties
and maneuverm of our national eusmed
when comlared with their drill of st
year. The Port has presented quite as
active an appearance duringl this week as
it did when occupied by the regulars. The
locationtl eec~i ially adapted oer our an
nual encampment, not only on accomunt eo
the huililngs anel grounds, but because
Ellis its geegralteaelly the center of the
state. The citituns of Boa.eman Iving
ston atnd the surroundilng district have
taken great interest in the oldiler life.. aned
regret to think that the okl Fort will
again be ah.ndos.ed for an in..lefinite
The spelal traisl for the return journey
will leave, at 7 a. in. sharp. The RButte
and D)illonu cm lpanies will rle-ah Butte at
4 r. hn. The en.palmny from Virgisal ('ity
will rturn overland. anid the. Mlena car
alry will gain further exiperlen.ee as to en
dlurance Iln the saddlek by foliowing the
okl stage rIad for the. next three dtays.
Hnrdy Withu as An.
BLc'rr. (Oct. 12.- Late last nuight Prank
Wilson walked. intol the Pikadilly naloon.
kept by Steve McNicho'ls. He held a
hat.let in his luand. John Curru.s woa
rtanudin at ti hbar drimnking.
' Got out of here." yelled Wl . ann. with
a dlirty pitwt, h.randilhinag lis hatclhet
andll startilg for ('urran. He raised the
lasthet over ('urran's Ihead. MekNichols
ljunpeel over the bar. wsedil the. wrist that
held the hatchet. aDd with the other luunul
clhked Wilson. ('urran went out and
called in I )tlkter Swatenu..ne.
Wilson was arraigned this afterI on ot oI
a cluarge of assault with a dteadlly weaiol.ii
He plea·uld ulit guilty and sail hi. lbetl Ino
r InelueirallNes at all of a"ny suc·h .wr"esr
Ience. Twhe aloon keepe.lr said W'il.n
was very drelnk, andul e c.ltldn't tell
whether hIw ilente.de to brain ('urranl with
the hatchet or waLs olly fonilimng. H.Bth
rskla say thenr had Ih.een no eIart.*Il or iII
Irfuling I.etwet.n the' niesl.
Judge Newkirk has ue e.rved his ditrio
ion in thle u.nIe euntil MoseId:ey.
T. Ra Il Vatat. Ite..,,rd.
!ttcer" (orr~timailr mn wr th.· ritlliartrl.t
Bl'7Te. t het. 12. R."Lw i* too-dy's r.-a
C'harles (ollN-rt to ('hart... Hamnmuim,. aj
lot 611 feet we--I of (murti.M & Mt.tj..r..' aitli
tioui to Butt.- for $1)2..
Ht. M. ('nbbas to Jaunwe C. Sualiav:um fur
Jt(U). lots No. 2. 4 4. S. 7. $. i* atnl lP ini
hblok S In F.asmoet't auklitioua.
Ja,,iq-. W. l'.,.4ii to Js1g,.'.'.f C. Smalliviust
for >U. lot Ie e 'laeu.'r aiHiall."utiao No. 7147.
Jauw-s H. lIhvn.-h to Jolama H. L. 3 .,oil for
2.uOIr. a pun.l of land in th.'Ia" ha,.Ie
Fatnlne Hotr,-kiLu to Jatm-Nw C. Stilliv~..m
Sullivan for "WI. I.t.. 1. 2 aand :i and blII· k
11 of the Le.Pat & Forstr addition.
Ja~nw3 W. .whi· r to Jame ('. ?iullivirn
for 0128. lot in theº Mine.raal l'liewr appli
catiorn No. 7N7.
James. W. Porbis to John Huabe.rt frw
795. land in wsaihttteiwo.t 'thnr of block 7
in lRic'er additionI.
Look at the bargains in ,und.'rwear at
Loses A Maxwell's.
Inmnediately. brieklayers to work on I
the (/'Rourke building in Butte, wage.. 7
Losre & Maxwell are agents fea the eel
eabrated Red School House shoes. Every
.,..I no In smw.
aperW tCrranm" - at ttn, M ar
Dm Iamlax. (OI. IL5.-William Will a1
I. CUmpp r Dee dma vallyi te. on
bueid m with the Pubka. casrt.
Th. county ahmnemai t. d Nick RaIa..
Ne. th maus whom wed a hsrbel upn. his
wIft at Anacouda, to be hromabll busts
lbe Probate court to~da sad .suaamind a
to his alleged InsanIty. hulot. any edhir
menas wes rM'tmwmd by tb. Bured jute.
Masoe witawue wer. buomaht Ifa.o Ann
e use amid .wuuan ed. The mart that
Gould he made out of the evldene was
that lbe wile of Kabalin would anhly hint
In ...Il waym and that threaupon he
womld hlmrue very angy semal violket.
And this a'm . t., heave hwnm ail that inca
msionl the iumatbreak whens he 'ru-k hi
wife witl thr huachet. Dr. (MOifi' V.
lhneagkaui wiaM n "n gi the jarynnwmm whIm
Were E'tI)35a51.l ikl to musk. 11w imaqeumy. emmul
h aeKahaaliua mamml mall ON'wWitnaewamm
pr a saiararhiaigzin mlamaimslatksl.. the'
remslt of whmIm"1 WIan ia iciwhm thlmatKahealism
Iwr w int immumaia. Thia ae.'su n n aur.bnl
with the view, o.f thsen. ta tflat iwmtulele WIND
besed th.. at..timasi. Kahamlim will tLier
foew have (t. stand his trial inl the- district..
though lie will iklslletus tisera wet usa tim
the pica of lss..mammity.
The- riluml jury ham limits i' .istaumtly at
work siiNii it we.M11 etSNli"l W.".Imimsmeay
nrimima. T'lN. jegIR1. l iii nut Imeets phro.wit
mimmem t~na, eibmilsi Iaml)y mi hills cal Is,
dictmunet av Ihave nitararueel. but we mumay
expert a heatei oft tlmema .o 1 Memday I1MaIna
Ing. whama time enMart will inmivsine.
flipped Thvu.gh There' ri ers.
$p etal to the. Mianularel.
Bli,,4t. 4 lt. 1.2. It linss hb..n knsown for
owH tinul- tluti t ne mwJliee i a, bee Hn.e. the·
track of twa. ,Iaeses whon aom- esessqe*tail of
having I. as inmjslietesI isa ti.. nreesst in
eeeaellarli." ,lre's. ina tl.i e·ity. Ti.')'y wr."
Suai tol I l- padf. Iof slaji r14 l. the twust now
ansk'r aam'r.. Vita as oIsnt tls ' ww'k.s the
Msta.sletes wer-' eise'fslly watched".1 by is
sesadmhe ..t sp.'s'ial .eh.teetive".s best smotwitim
ataadinagdi the- saeglig'aav.'' ..f thme ottlee~rs 0h
of 111w fe"llow. * ipped auri tI.. o.lier
woedleI eeIeei)tles.s have- In4'i5 irllowt4 dl to 414.
the ineaasm' thet ie' -i. .siek' in hedl. It ibs
thsem, t that ly ItN, I. 14 of lei., few.'." of
OW- 4i4'le't'cijVe.% . Mars-shl Me Arthese will
hst able to eaateh tb.' .ait"kns a be-fern uhe,
flN'rvtW4'ii eaflh'ie'tly to t'1t out of town.
Ks Trunk Nttl*.'.
ItwtaIW Cumrr.*.unale..saew of 11w (tasslanret.
Burri:. (4 kt. 12. -Ge.eaege Ikeus'kw.'ll was
to .start esa.t la..t night amIn ju~st is-fury' go
ing to otw-e clellelt nlaea.d fa. treusk twit in
front of Ii. lolging hotaue. in seetla t lain
.tre't't. lThas Ioe went tt leik forw at ha.k
fln to take- the trunk and hisma elu f eluiwta.
He eet"re'el the' " ekanuaca. but afte'r be eot
hesek to laise k eglag plate. the trunkh was
u p-when- to h. G tem d. H." eskl it sesttaintae
aaeut $1L0 wusth of etosiss. lf little vala..
however lu. anyonlit e but lsiasself. H." waist
to ('Chkf Snaitta with Isle utory. beat tIse
trunk wan. not foecisl.
New ame ter lste. Sire La.dLe.s.
perial 'c.rr.omedcwre of he IasUar.mli.
BVrTl( kht. 1. - TI.he nS r. -eOtlllte" of
the city eaItncil to-day ordlres.l 1,WJt feet
of new lome ta slWllace that nde.tne.yad at
the m.etat tire. The looum will he the teat
iLa the Inarket the nualtae* enme kinsl. It
I" to he feanraslalhd byr the Gustta Petr*le.
Rubbher resauL sy of Ne*w York. Thela
was alsm ocerlarl a two.-whlaekd hIumw *art
fulna the hia nes:m , IrSan two Edoule lStre
mana' hastliq. Thei to.tal osu. will be
*1,sIWl ('., .3 The fne deplartnmest will
he in o ahape when the.e aappliem ar
rive. Taey ar. to he Itrea in a dar.
ISkek Ut e Srhe s l Trsed. Me...
spa-,ial to atw 4tandiard.
BrI..T, Oct. 12. William H. Brows.
reached Buste this aftrnoosn frosts the
nilsigll district 1 mile. uluthawest of Ii
ivkk'e tation. He rlwarts a very rich strikel
in the Tuaedlo laini, in that distrikt ownled
by him. mad .ays theow is quite a stir of
exeitelneat thet. Hl hli. ea. peli.lenaas
of rkih ure to he aomye.l. '1 .r strike was
nulm e at a leptlh of A? fe.t alsd ea.esls to
t. very extesaledl asdI valuable. The* ars.
is tilhe sullphusate crae. cstaisalsal silver
assul m lpper. The s.aeciltlens will he as
smayed on Molnday.
A Psir eq Uamkm.
Ik rrK,. (et 12. - -John11 Pa~te.rn wan. fan1imal
at all early hour thin lannaiaeg lying lea a
sgatter in ouatlh Main utrr.t. heuwuaarni
fruumn hadl to loot with and.ul. In a hansd
k.rnlai4"f In hbis. sickn t.oakat wan wrappedl
1111 6:i5.0b. taeeskkman 54)1454 valatabi- Ian4gna..
How wan 30 dnlruzk liot (toilet Iuovi antl
wan. taken, into acmi.taady by 4 ilfla.ra Lay
clak- anid Smith. lIn iolkce. court to-dlay The
wan. flud $1uaid csnts.
John. V. Sa..Iaey wan. found drlunaik on that
nkknwalk Is. Efat Park strict lasrt maight
and( was fimed $1 nial costs.
TOLD IN A LINE.
('CNaslrta Ii ip of ·aartmltge. at Anact-on
ala Haraiware' (lu'..
Gon to Haw~es finr flue waik Iin phot~i
Kiualient Is tin. Na Isin of Haew... phot.
Guiana for await at Anaiomlal Haraiwa.e
Este. &s (naCImuilln have ret.~ lCYel tlagir now
fall ntiwk of nIuthlimig.
Ges.- anal aauaii iitioi at tin- Aainr annala
Pia.iogra 1.hn in all tin. iatevat smoveitie.
at Haawos's T'aiaa- Steadata
FIr stykl . ga Nsl gain-s amd a p crf. qt fit,
gon te Kut.. s ac manma-Ils fatr )our clouthinag.
New aauulcrwe~ar. .ve~r-sumirtn.. n. t k wear.
Iunit iflal a~aia, Immal,, nand slnaain., alt Settan
& 4 .aaumaaelia.
(:miaan andl rift-n, cnt Aina'aanela Harinr.wan
Aftt r the. 15tln insat. Sir. It. P. Malanams
a ill naeeocive. time manilnUg astanak eieltoatie.mi
if ii." St lengain mtainrket .ilnaly.
S1-ta". 4 I e.uusall 1nar m"nlarkimag their an.*w
ate H"I alt alaiiahima a :1,14 fIurtaa.lhiiug guam. at
airi."- tinet awill i.e.":a.. nail wla' atmin irst
a I lr Ici. u laIIlltruI ·rlscec l
If y-.iqm wa-at u ..alit eat e~lotlmen. amaneadi. tea
a arals -r ':11 it E.t... & ( .naammeii. rhaey lanavi
en..a. r" II) ieamaplst i*" *.4"4*. fanin. antni gtuttr
amit.n".a lis~reit lit.
(':ail ~and aieo then4... 111i0611ln-1 at .19 aem~itn its
Em-n." & ('onmuell Mleren~untile Co.'s
1'in." Meinataaa Lumaai~r & Pmnulaaac coneu
i''~) will ,aauiia." yiill Iiattiitai jria-tn. man tiny.
iju-3asa iald few-tl in Sargi. andl snealal lute.
They' cary ti. largent sctaak iin town.
LadIles crail antal .-. tboas 34 aent
pleaheslw now ann mule at Ur Easte & (onl
14.1i SIernanaatile- /'al.'e.
L tiru t-ela.. lila. kanuith w :uataei un gye-raI
I,.i b.5y! anal ai-w w.aark. Si i.aarn.aM...ar PPh-j
14. I~. 11.rasn, ta-amnt .tr.'. t. anity.uit$" its alapa
t Puuaiel poi'. thlrea-.- aaamn.ilaaa oil. Ht- wur- a
alBlnar, so nanm.anºn it. A aaaa.-ne 1-ars-d s-ala Is
rI la.a' Ahr the return on tha dell te its naW s.
M I~t~ . Veen'. iss4144a.1.r.
M. S. ASCHHEIM.
* 1889-CGRND OPENING-1889 *
FALL STYLES oF DRY GOODS
This and next week will be devoted to
OUR ANNUAL FALL OPENING
And He respectfully ask all who are interested in the
I.atest Itashilns to visit our
M.]aR[MOTH DRY COODS EMPORIUM.
Each department displays the latest, the most select, the most ex
quisite and exclusive novelties in its particu
lar line, all offered at
MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES.
In our I)ress (;,ods )cepartment we are now exhibiting
+ -THe HIGHEST NOILELTIeS-*
In Combination Suits, Embro)idered Robes, Cash
meres.Scrges, Suitings, Satin IMelan ges. Ladies'
Cloths, etc.. etc. Alove in all the
most po)pular, newest and
OUR SILK XND IELMET DEPRRTMEENT
Can boast of the Largest .Asortment antid Choicest Selection ever
brought to this city.
Full lines in everything pertaining to our l)omestic Department. In
fact. all departments are constantly receiving new goods.
We received this week by express an elegant line of l.adies' Seal Plush
Newmarkets. Sacques. Jackets with elegant satin linings, also an
elegant assortment of Children's Plush Coats,. in a vartety of the
very latest colors. in sizes to fit ages from I to 4 years.
M. S. ASCHHEIM.
Marriage is Not a Failure!
Tbat I If you are mi.rrul sad lwving ia Aiamsned and buytlg yotrw wTrovl Dt 1
Anaconda Hardware Company.
Who mae always tohe frot with a Feul LUme and ('hobe Neteet.U at el .uand
to sut. We show this week a mor fll of
Hard and Soft Coal Burners and Wood Heaters
Also a eumplete line of Wagre' and Wood and ('.oJ a('ook tve.
** M L7VJ N ITION * *
W'e ari htul.leamurt-r w ('autrtdgr,. "tinter aind Run Plre, WKh E lam b ot Na* agh o
a.a r l, echeap o tlatlk ahmut. W4h.at tln,. Illsa* a. l Htor veruley ua t'aT4' ( 'il m T.
th ('-elbratr d 1hutta Huwde.r, ('all aad -re us. I)KWE TILl. TLI. AT .I
THE ANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
My Work is all First-Class and of the Latest
Styles. Enlarging a Specialty.
Over Peters Store, Amacoeda.
A.VOII' IS 1 (OUI TIJEl TO BUY.
MAcCALLUM & CLOUTIER
I 1 "I '1E UST RItt CII '!1'D A C AR LOAD) OF CHOICE
CA LIFORN.IA CA.V'EDI) GOOD)S IiHICCH W.LL
RB SOLD A T BOTTOM PRICES.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
COWfNTS' FLRNISHING GOODS.
Lman. I.ortant Additius have . irrS de, whish wil SWh at