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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1
IYou* Pfeyifclu Whose Life His Ben^Wrecked By Morphine.
Wluk*MMrkt H^if Hmh a Rrllllaat Car*^Ruined By the Hiatal I y I^ru^- Otkrr^Notes and ^!^^^!^ of
ftprcialU^ tin- Hlanalaral.
Buttic,Oct, 12.^About M oVIock hist^night a mull nioviiig r^'Htle^^ily alxtut in^front of a drug atoru hi Wa-st Park stni t^attracted the the a-ttriamity of puHwrH-liy.^He won a until of about ;ti yours ^.I^i anil^Ii!h fact; was one of tin- imwl pitiful ever !^well ill Buttf. Hi' win* ili-athly pala-. at- j^U-miatcil ami liugKuril. Tin- frightful !^paleness i^f liis fucf wim rt-ii^l^-ri-^l mora-^liorriblu by it lil.u ki'in il i-yi- of larga- |^ro-^portioiiH, with a cirolf of livid nil around j^the orb. Tin* you lie; man wan ilrcsscal I^neatly in Muck, his hWM were pohshcil, J^Imk linen was faultless. It was tin- ynuilg^mull'sIllowilieutittliutat- j
than his iflinstly death-like fait-. He^eonlil not si.mil still an instant. Di-m-^Mionally In- would |m^er into the window of^the drug* store with a Iniiginir ku/i-. but |^kept uioviiiK all the time. His hamls,^like his feet, were kept eoiistantly in iim-^tioli, sometimes in dritwing his well-tit^^ling KloveM on ami oil and HouietimeM in ^^fumbling with his hamls nervously in his 1^vest pockets. ( ^^^i asioiially he would^start up the steps of the drug- store, but^would always come down attain shaking^his head and mutt.-ruin to hiuiHelf, before^his liand Krasped the door handle.
Thename of the yaiiiug man is Dr. Win.^Lorraine, and for three years he has^Iteen known as the worst morphine^eater in Hutte. When he eame to Butte^1U years afro he was considered one of tile^brightest and ul^l^-st yoimcf physicians^ever in the western country. He eame to^Hutto from the coast, hut wan originally^from Montreal, where he received a^splendid liheral and medical education.^It is only within a few year.t past that In^^dus acquired the habit of cuting morphine.^The habit has ri-siilte^l in making liiiu a^physical wreck, the object of pity alike^from friends and strangers.
Dr.borraiue'M case eame to public no^^tice by his being arrested on Thursday^night, although the case has Iteen kept^tptiet by the paalicc It seems that l^r.^Lorraine, while scarcely knowing what^he wait doing, owing to mor^^phine, went into a restaurant^in Hark street for something to eat.^He ordered eolfee ami pie. 1 he waiter^had net the bread before him, but his^actions led the waiter to HMM that the^man was intoxicated. He thereupon told^him he had better leave, hut the doctor^refused, claiming the right to remain as^long ittt he paid Ins way. The dispute re^^sulted in the doctor lM-ing roughly han-^dlotl and thrown out. Olllcer Lrf-yson^picked him up.
Arrest that man,'* criiil the doctor,^|M^inting to the waiter.
**No; I'll arrest you,^ said the oltlccr.
Theonly entry' put on the police l^ook*^was: ^ W aiter, for slugging Doc.
'*Yes, they hud me in a felon's^cell,^ said the doctor lust night, ill^rehearsing the story to a Stamiakii^re|M^rter. ^ I was never so low as that^before. They locked me up ill the^poliee eells first, and then took me up to^the court house. All night long and all^day long I cried for morphine, but they^wouldn't give me a bit. 1 Nutt'cred horri^^bly. To-night my friends got me out.^Yes, morphine has wrecked my life. Rut^I can't help it. I must cat it. 1 never^touched, liquor or toltacco in any form. I^wasn't drunk in the restaiirant.jainl didn't^tlo anything wrong that I know of.
SHEWANTS A DIVORCE.
PtoM Ttutt Mas Al^Hhown HtMliomt Keturns.
Hpei-UI^ orra-s 'nniilt-tia-a* of the Mtaitalarat.
Puny,Mont., Oct. 12.^Worm luts com^^menced on the new mill and concentnttor^at Pony, under the sii|m^rinten^lenee of^Mr. Frank Ristshtirg. formerly of the An^^aconda Smelting works. A Hall steam^stamp is to be erected with Cullom jigs,^round tables, griuth-rs, copper plates ami^Krue vaiiners, some of this machinery^having already arrired.
Twohundred laliorers from Miiinea|s^-^lis arrived here a few days since. 1 In y^will go to work on the Pony branch of the^Northern 1'iicitle.
The Red Illuff mining interests are^. , looking up, as considerable iut|iiiry is lie-^have at their command j nut^le by ^ l.-veland ami St. Paul capi-
lltalKipcrlonrtt of at urnUh^Ulrl In Hutte.^Hperuu to the Mtamlaril.
HlTTTK,Oct. 12.-One of the worst^eases of cruelty and desertion ever^brought to light in this city^appeared to-day in a suit for divorce^brought by Mary Richards of this city^against her husband, John 0a Richards.^Mrs. Richards a little over a year ago was^a pretty Cornish girl named Mary Stead.^She came to Montana from Cornwall 1^^^months ago and soon became acquainted^with Richards, who is a Cornish miner.^They wore married September M, lWf.^Richards was in humble circumstances^and his wife cheerfully shared his fort line.^At first he treated her kindly, but last^July began maltreating her, it is charged,^acting cruelly and threateningly toward^her while she was con fined^to her bed. While in this condition,^Richards packed his trunk and declared^he would leave his wife. His unkind and^harsh language and treatment rendered^the young wife well nigh distracted. The^result was that Mrs. Richards gave birth^to a six months' old baby. The chihl only^lived two or three days. During that time^and while tin- young wife was in bed ami^near death's door, Richards continued to^abuse her. He refused to provide nour^^ishing food or such stimulants as were^needed under the circumstances. He pro^^cured one bottle of |^ort wine, but that^was all drank by the husband and his^motlK-r.
Theclimax of tin* husband's inhuman^^ity apiM-arcd when Richards refused to^provide for the burial of his child. ^It don't^need any coffin!^ he exclaimed.
Theyoung mother pleaded piteously^that their child lie given a decent burial,^and the husband said finally he would^take care of it. Hi- then stuffed the little^Ixsly in tin empty raisin box, and carried^it on his shoulder to the cemetery, where^he left it cx|h^scd on the ground nil night.^He told his wife the next morning what^he hail done. She then attempti-d to rise^from her IkkI and declared she would go ,^to the cemetery herself in her pitiable I^condition and bury the child. The brute^then consented to bury the Ixsly. t ^ne j^mouth after this Richards secretly packed^all his |m^rsonal property in his |^brother's trunk, und unknown to anyone^got it out off the house. His wife has ,^seen nothing of him since nor heard any^^thing. She is left entirely destitute, lie-^lienileut solely on the generosity off friends^and neighbors. She lias applied through^Attorneys McHrldc A Hallidorn for a di^^vorce. Diligent search has Im-cii made^for Richards during the past few days,^but he has left town and is believed to^have left tlic territory'- He owes several^hundred dollars, it is said, to various par-^til's. Mrs. Richards will undoubtedly be
I-ranteda divorce. Tin- husliaiid left town^list in time to save himself from severe^landlitig at the hands of the friends of
The^'^^e or Yonne, Unit,^gperlal Oorrinponueuce of the Standard.
Buttk,Oct. 12. -McBride A Halidoru to^^day, in b.-half of Frank M. Lewis, ac^^cused off murder in the second degree,^petitioned Judge IN'Wolfe for a writ of^habeas corpus. The petition claims that^l^-wis is illegally imprisoiu-d. there Is-mg^no evidence to warrant his imprisonment.^The object is to gain the freedom off the^prisoner. The petition is returnable next^Saturday.
Wit* Walk^Rather Oa a-foot Tttaa Drive.^apecUtl correspoDueitcr of the Htanaiaral.
Bl'TTK,Oct. IS.^There is perhaps as^little carriage riding indulged in by the^luilies off Butte as in any city of its siBe in^the Knitcd States. There are, of course,^a few well-known society tallies here who^are familiar figures in their handsome^e*|tiippugea upon the streets, but as a rule^Butte society people have not adopted that^form off recreation which is so common in^other cities. It must not for a moment be^thought that the luxury of carriage driv^^ing is not indulged by the ladies of this^city because off its ex|M'iisi veness. Such^in not the case, as it is a well-known fact^that Butte ladies
forcurrent expenses more really money^than their fair sisters of tin- eastern cities.^Carriage riding would seem not to accord^with the instincts of the hardy western^lady, who does not fall in with the notion^that she should go through life support^^ed by a chair or cushion. The enervating^pleasures of the effete east are not |m.po^^lar lien-, win-re, under tin- influences of^the b'-ee/y mountain air. the heart Is-ats^quicker ami stronger, mid the circulation^of the Mood, like the circulation of^money, is more rapid. Rutte ladies who^are well able to afford a carriage prefer^to walk, and during the bright autumn^days off the |^ast week the sidewalks have^laa-ali lined with many of the fairest faces^anil richest costumes in Hutte. It is Im--^eoming unite fashionable for Rutte tallies^to take brisk walks even to the outskirts^of the city anil up the sides of the steep^mountains that environ it. A Staxiiabd^reporter, who was climbing the hutte a^few days ago, met half a dozen of the^prominent ladies of this camp on their^way to the top: und a happier, prettier,^livelier Is-vy off women were never In-fore^encountered by a serilM-. There was no^evidence there of spiritless, languid,^exhausted womanhood. K very one^of the party looked as if she^would scorn that form of physical cow^^an I ice which leads too many women, and^men too, to Is- afraid of wind or rain or^mini. Against the largeness of nature we^an- better able to see the littleness of our^own lives; against her infinite calm, our^own paltry excitements: against her^strength und Is-auty our habitual ffi-cbh-^ncss anil foolishness. This is why a walk^on the gray hillsides on the grayest anil^gustiest of afternoons is immeasurably^Fs-tter than a few hours ride in a carriage.^The Ixsly is refreshed and invigorated^with the mind, anil the ordinary cares of^life are thus made lighter.
Thex^x-ial season has scarcely opened^yet in Butte. A few pleasant private^parties have Ix-en inaugurated, however.
Itis observed that tin^ fall style of man^^tles as worn in Hutte are of unusual^length, which, while very difficult to walk^in, are still a great protection to the^dresses.
Crowdsof anxious ladies an- awaiting^the ro-opeuiug of Bonner's, anil Hen-^ncsy's,
JudgeMeCoimell of Helena is register^^ed at the McDeriuott.
A.B. Cook off Helena is at the McDer^^iuott.
K.S. Staekpole and child of Deer Lislge^are in town.
Mr.and Mrs. ( has. Freyler have^turned from a six months trip to Kuropi
Mrs.M. B. Sanders of Helena was in^this city yesterday.
J.A. Lewis, general passenger agent of^the Union Pacific lias Ix-en east on^all extended holiday trip anil returned to^^day. He came back alone, much to the^surprise of some of his most intimate^friends, who had a well-dcvelaa|acd idea^that his home-coming would tie u signal^for congratulations.
Rumorshave been revived this week of^the ilt-treittmeut of a certain society lady^noti-d for her Is-auty anil stylishness, by^her husband, who is a very prominent^person hen-. If this thing continues some^very sensational revelations are promised^as the lady lias revealed to some tiff her^friends that she will not lx-ar her hus^^band's treatment much longer without^taking the public into her confidence.
Mrs.W. A. Clark and her aminblo^daughter. Miss Katie, spent a couple of^days this week visiting friends in Deer^Lodge.
Alarge concourse of the s^ aa-ii-ty people^of Butte visited the Hotel Broadwater, at^Helena, to-day.
Missl'.ttie Stapletou has returned from^a very pleasant visit to friends in Deer^Lislge.
Manypeople in Hutte regret that Mrs.^W. A. Clark ami her family will leave to^^morrow to reside in the east. Mrs. Clark^is a tally much esteemed here anil she and^her accomplished daughters will Is- great^^ly missed in Butte.
MissLizzie Thornton will spend the win^^ter in New York.
Residentsoff Rutte Who Hectare That They^Are Not the Next Postmaster.
Bt'TTK,Oct. 12. -^Say, did you hear^tlutt Rutte's new postmaster has been^appointed '.^' inquired a well-known rcpula-^lii-aii of the wTAJfOAKI) reporter to-day.^The serilx- admitted that he hail not re^^ceived the information. ^Well I guess its^trui-,^ continued the republican, ^tin- ro-^port reached lien- this afternoon that A.^1^. Hray has been ap|x^int^-d tosuei-iiil Mr.^Talent. I hope it is not true but I have^it on good authority who says that Hray^has really been ap|x^iiited.
Tin-reporter at once sought out Mr.^Hmy who when questioned about the mat^^ter said hi- had received no notification of^his appointment. Hi- saiil he hail made^no effort to secure tin- position and^would not take it if it was^offered to him as tiis business was worth^more money he said. Mr. Hatchelor, who^has Im-cii for nine years a faithful employ^^er of tin* Butte |xistolllec and who lias^Ix-en frequently and favorably spoken of^as NIr. Talent's successor was also inter^^viewed |,y the ro|x^rtcr. Mr. Hatchelor said^he did not know whether or not the news^that a new |x^stmaster had been appointed^was true. Hut he did know that he had^served about us long as he intended^clerk. He expected to receive the^appointment of postmaster Ix cause In-^felt he hull earned it as much as any one.^If a new man were to Is- ap|xiiuteil over^him he would feel it was time for him to^1'Mik for another job. Tin- sentiment of^the public is certainly in favor of Mr.^Bute he lor's ap|x^intmetit.
talistsfor mines in that district, and it Is^quite probable that the sale of the tiol-^eouila group of mines, with the mill^then-oil, for ^1 ^^i. will Is- followed ill it^few days by that of the t.rubstake ami^nMHWMg mines for a large sum. A^mill. with a capacity of thirty tons^|s-r day. will Is- built to work^tin- Golcolida ore. Late mill-runs on this^ore have Ix-en very satisfactory, yielding^'^'^ p. r cent of the gold in what has hereto^^fore Ix-cll called rclx-llioiis ore. Ill mill^^ing ;*^ tons off on- the loss of mercury was^hut two pounds. Tin- cost of reduction is^estimated at #o |m-r ton by the Carter pro^^cess adopted here.
TheRevenue mine and mill which had |^Ix-cu shutdown for repairs since the fire^MM mouths ago is running again. The^vein on tin- lowest level of this mine shows I^sixteen feet off -laying gold ore. S. K.^Knox has purchased tin- Monitor and a^claim adjoing it from Judge Reel for '^^'jn,ill^, and has men employed in ih-vel- ^^opliient work. Helena parties have Ix.lulod^the mining interests of l^. M. Haggerty on^Richmond Flat for #'_^-^^.^^^^. NettietnR and 1^Northrup, who recently acquired the J^Washington liar placers for the modest (^sum of $2a0.u^^. have just concluded a^remarkably line clean up and have closed^ilow n for tin- season.
tinRichmond Flat the deep tu-Ion
theItigomar group is Ix-ing driven ahead.
aiidit is saiil that tin- ap|s-itrauif the
leadsthere fully justilh-s the enterprise off^the owners.
The represetitatives off tin; syndicate^having its lu-ailquurtcrx in Kansas City i^are cxis-cted here during tin- coming |^week, their piir-x^se being to examine tin- ]^Southern (oil group of mines in l'otosi^district. These show very large veins,^some off them Ix-ing nil feet Ix-tweeii walls, j^The formation is -xirpliyry and granite, j^and th^' character of tin- ore autimoiiial^silver. The district possesses great intl- |^ural advantages, the facilities for mining^Mid milling Ix-ing unsurpassed.
Itis strange that a region in which such^vast mineral wealth is contained should^have received so little notice as this |x^r- j^tioii of Madison county has had up to the^I past few mouths. Hut the advent of rail-^MM is attracting attention towards it^! now and there is no doubt that Is-fore^long it will show up pretty high on the list^of ore prtMliiccrx of Montunu.
TroopsItelotiKliig to the Militia to Itreak^I amp at fori Kills thU Morning.
s)|x-i-iulIn the Stamlaril.
KoKTK.i.i.is. via Rozemaii ^ let. 12.-^After a successful anil profitable week of^drill. Colonel C. F. Lloyd eoiiimaiuliiig^olllcer has to-day issued instructions for^the breaking up of the aiiuual'eiieaiil|^-^meut of the state militia to-morrow morn^^ing. ^ 111 account of the excellent aeeoui-^m^slat ions which have Ix-en at the disposal^of our home army, many regret that their^military' life as a Insly is now over for^another year. The encampment has Im-cii^be lie fit-ial to otlicers ami men alike. The^attendance has MMM large, all of tin- re-^s|sH-ti ve companies Ix-mg well represented^anil those ill a |x^sition to judge say that^there has Ix-en a marked improvement^ill the ap|m-arance, military tactics^anil maneuvers of our national guard^when compared with their drill of lust^year. Tin' Fort has presented quite as^active an ap|s'aram-e during this week as^it ilid when tx-cupicd by the regulars. The^l'x-atioti is exist-tally adapted for our an^^nual encampment, not only on account of^the buildings and grounds, but lx-caiise^KUis is geographically tin- center of tin-^state. The citizens of Bozcmun, Living^^ston ullil the surrounding district have^taken great interest in tin- soldier life and^regret to think that the old Fort will^again Is- abandoned for an indefinite^|x-ri^xl.
Thespecial train for the return journey^will leave at 7 a. ill. sharp. The Hutte^1 and Dillon companies will reach Hutte at^4 p. m. Tin-eotii|Htiiy from Virginia City^will return overland, and the Ueleuit cav^^alry will gain further cxis-ricncc as to en^^durance in tin- saddle by following tin-^old stage road for the next three days.
MsntlyWith mn Ax.
Hit I K. Oct. 12. Late last night Frank^Wilson walked into the Picaililly sahx.n,^kept by Steve McNiehols. He held a^hatchet ill his hand. John Curraii was^standing at the bar drinking.
tii-t out off here.^ yelled Wilson, with^a dirty epithet, brandishing bis hatchet^anil starting for Curraii. He raised tin-^hatchet over Cumin's head. McNiehols^juiiqxsl over the Kir. soizi-d the wrist that^held the hatchet, and with the other hand^choked Wilson. Curraii went out and^called ill i llliri-r Swalisoiue.
Wilsonwas arraigtuil this aftermxiti on^a charge of assault with a deadly wca|xni.^lb* pleaded not guilty and said he hail no^rctiiciiihraiicc ajj all of any such is-eur-^rencc. Tin1 sahxm kccix-r said Wilson^was very drunk, mid he couldn't tell^whether he intended to brain Curraii with^the hatchet or was only fooling. Itoth^sides say there had Ix-cn no quarrel or ill^feeling Ix-twccii tin- men.
JudgeNcwkirk has reserved his decis-^ison in tin-case until Mnnd iy.
TheJury la the K anal I a Can^He Is Hnne.
Specialt ^^rrcs|a^nilen.-e of the stamlaril.
DckrLoiM.K. Oct. 12. William Wi. r off^the Upper Deer Lislge valh v is down on^business with the ProlNtte court.
TIm-county attorney caused Nick Kaha-^lin, the man who used a hatchet ti|m^n his^wife at Anaconda, to Is- brought Ix-fforc^tin* Probate court to-duy anil examined as^to his alleged insanity. In-fore any indict^^ment was returned by the grand Jury.^Some witnesses were brought from Ana^^conda and examined. The nnwt that^could he made out of the evidence was^that the wife of Kahalin would annoy him^in small ways ami that MMMMMM he^would become very' angry and violent.^Anil this se, ins to have Ix-en all thatix-ca-^sioued the outbreak when he struck his^wife with the hatchet. Dr. (o orge C.^Douglass was MM of tin- jurymen who^were empanelled to make I he ,i.,-uiry. ami^he gave KmmIm. and all tin- witnesses^produced a searching examination, the^result of which was a verdict that Kahalin^was not insane This seems to ace ^nl^with the vow-a of tin mm- on t he outside w ho^heard the testimony. Kahalin w ill then-^fore have to stand his trial in the district,^though he w ill doubtless then- set up the^the plea of insanity.
Thegr ind jury has Ix-. n constantly at^work since it was empanelled W ednesday^morning. The judge has not Ix-en present^since then, MMMMtt| m^ bills of in^^dictment have Ix-en returned, but we may^expect a Istta-h off tln-m on Monday morn^^ing, when tlx-court will convene.
Mli||x^-al Through Their I infers.
S|Mi-ialto tlx- Ht:tml.ird.
Rt'ktk.Oct. 12. It has been known for^sometime that the police have Ix-en on the^track of two men who are sus|M*ctcd of^having Mum implicated in the recent in^^cendiaries firm in this city. They wcre^saiil to Ix- pals of Ingen-ol. tin- man now^uiiiler ai-r^ st. For alxait three w ~ek~ the^siis|m-cts were can-fully watched by a^minilier off special detectives but notwith^^standing the negligence of the ollleers mm^of (the fellows skip|n-d and the other^would doubtless ha ve Is-en a llowcd to do^tin- same hut he Kfl sick in lx-il. It is^thought that by the i id of his force of^MMl detectives. Marshal Mi-Arthur w ill^Is- able to catch the sickiiiau lx-fore he^n eovers siilliciently to get out of town.
S|Mstiil t'orri-s|MiiHlena-e of the Ststnlanl.
Bi'TTi.Oct. \J. to-orgc It.x kwcll was^to start cast last night and just Ix-fon- go^^ing to the dc|k^t ol.u ed his trunk out in^front of his lodging house in south Main^stn-et. Then he went to look for a li.u k-^in.in to take tin- trunk and himself down.^Ii^- secured the hackmoli, hut after he got^back to his lodging place, the trunk was^nowhere to Ix- found. He said it contained^about el.Ml worth of gaxxls, of little value^however to anyone but himself. He went^to Chief Smith with his story, but the^trunk was not found.
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SewHoae for Hutte I In- l^wltlles.^H|M'ri.tl l'oni-k|m^inlence of tin- Ittainhtril.
Bin*., Oct. 12. The lire committee of^the city eouiicil to-day ordered I.Ull feet^of new hose to replace that destroyed at^the n-cetit fin-. The hose will Is- tin- ls-st^in the market, the multese c ross kind. It^is to Is* furnished by tin- toitta I'l-n-liu^Rubber company of New York. Then-^was also ordered a two-w heeh-d hose cart^from the same firm, and two dozen tin^^man's h.idgijs. The total cost will Ix-^rl.iion orlfl.rnt). The lln- department will^Is- ill goutl shape when these supplies ar^^rive. I hey are to In- here ill ^*^ days.
Itla h Strike in the To teal.. Mine.
Ktxs'inlto tin- Stamlaril.
Hit i k, Oct. 12. William It. Ilmwn^n-achisl Butte this aftertliM^ll from the^mining district la miles southwest of Di^^vide station. He n-ports a very rich strike^ill the Tuxado MjMJ hi that district owned^by hmi. anil says then- ix apiite a stir of^excitement there. lie tarings s|ss-imeils^of rich ore to Is- assayed. '1 In- strike was^made at u depth of .V^ fa-a-t mill seems to^Ix- very extended anal vahlabh-. The or^-^is tin- sulphurate on-, eaiiitainiug silver^anil cop|xT. Tin- s|ms-iuu-us will In- as^^say i-d on Monday.
APit I r of Itruuks.
Illi ik, Oa-t. 12. -John Peters was found^at an early hour this morning lying in a^gutter in South Main street, licnmcartsl^from In ad to foot with mini. In a haiul-^ki-n hicf in his side pax ket was wrap|Mil^up tkto.Ua, Is-siiles smne valuabla- pa|x-rs.^He was sa^ drunk In- couldn't move, and^was taken into custody by Officers l^-y-^^ la-n and Smith. In doUm court to-alay he^was lined t\ ami costs.
-I Tali F. Sa-a-la-y was found drunk on tin^j sidewalk in Last I'ark stn-a-t last night^I anil was lineal $1 ami costs.
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oursilk wnd velvet department
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nillines in everything pertaining to our Domestic Department^fact, all departmental aMC c^^nstantl\- recei\ino new Bjoode,
receivedthis week by express an elegant line of LMiies* Seal flush^Newmarkets. Sacipies, Jackets with eleo.tnt satin linings, also an^elegant assortment of ( hiltlren s Plush ( 'oats, in a \ ariety t^f the^\ery latest colors, in sizes to tit tgH from i to 4 years.
Marriageis Not a Failure!
Thatiai If you an- uutrriasl ami lit Imk in Aiuta-onilit anal liuyuiic your s ro\ Ks of Uta-
Who art- altrayii to the front with ^ full I It ami iholci- s. i.-.tn ^u at pru ImhiimI^to M, Wa- tliotk thin ^.-. k a ttoor full of
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Alsoii coltt|ila-ta- 11 lit- of li.uiu- s itlnl Wiaoal .in.I lo.il i . - ^k Stoves.
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THEANACONDA HARDWARE COMPANY.
-Ilitniitiiti, 11^M i jors' .ulili-
l.aa-Wa*^l I |i the lta-cortl~.
S|Msial to tin- stamlaril.
Bum,Oct. VJ. t ity Marshal M. Arthur^nml ^ liii-f of Police Smith to-^lity Iim Ui iI^up tlic |Kilice court roeiinls in oraler tli.it^ilie ra-|mirta rs might not |fi-t any news^tin-rt'ffroni. TlllH Kta-p WiiB taken Im-c iiisc^one of tin- tliiily |ui|mtm ra-a i-ntly pnlilislical^an article which Ma-Arthur thouirht ra~^Hi ^-ta-il on liis.liifiiity as ail otlli-a-r. Tlia- ac^^tion of tin- police authorities in this mm*^ta-r tins MM] 11 iroaMl ^h al of iiulitfiiatioii^ill ttia- ranks ,.f tin- laical MMti It is^IP'tit-rally a-ontaifiVrtHl that Marshal Mi-^Arthur lias arroguwil to hiiu-i If t-^. ^ much^authority ami tlutt lit- is tiiim-a'cssarily^ja-aloiis of his ra-piitation ax all oltleer.^Sim-f h ^ is va-r^' fur from In inn uIkivc la^^intimate critia-ism in his puhlic mMM if^ha- IMTMistH in the MMMjS III- lilts aalopta-al^tliirinir the p.i~t few mouths he may huva-^his Oiirtiity sot new hut nilHttl.
'Iii.- Ill-Hi I -lull- Ita-a-atral.
SlM'ci.tll'iarra**|iannla^lla-a* of the Htullilanl.^BCItra. Oa t. U. Iv. l..w is ti^alay*^i,h I t'stata- ra-a-oral:
harles ( '^ illaa-rt to ( hat h^lot iat f^-a-t we-t of Curtis a*^tioll to Itlltta- for #l-.'i.
It.M. ( ohh.m to James ^'. Sullivan for^;*^i^^. lotK No. B, X 4. .1. 7. f. ^ anil M in^block a in l au-ett's aalalitiotl.
lamesW. Korbis to .James ('. Sullivan^for f-_'Hii, lot in I'laea-r appUraatiun Na^. 7*7.
ImMII. I.v in h to Joliii II. 1.- } for^*'_'.! ^^'. a |Ktn-a-l of lallll ill Ilia- \\ .ishoa^1^^ h- claim.
Faiinia-Hota-hkiss to .lames f. Sullivan^Sullivan for $^^.'^^^. Jots 1, ] .mil :t. ami blm-k^tl of the l^a-|f|fat a%r l-'orita-r aalililiou.
MMW. Korbis taa .James f. Sullivan^for .*U.'i. lot in thi^ Mineral I'l.n a-r a|^ph-^catioll No. 7^^r.
.James\V. Korbis to John Hub. n for^V7'_'.*^. l.mil in Koiithwost cornel of blin k 7^in ttica-'s aihlitiou.
I'ompla-ti-lim-aif 1 itrtriilifa-h at Anacon^^da Iliinltviin- Cii't,
(ioto liawa-n for tlna- work in photo-^irraphta.
Kmi lla-iit is the finish of H.iw. s's phatt.a-^kfi. 11 ^ 111^ art.
BtMjafair ra nt at Anai oiiila llanlwa.-a-
('a ^ s.
Ksta-sa^ t'olllicll have ra-a-a-iva-al their lla-w^fall stock of a lotllllllf.
(aimsanal MMJMMjMImi at tin* Atiacoiiiki^' tiitralwart- I a^^^.
I'holographs in all tlia* lata-st nova-ltia-aa^I at H.iwa s's I'alaa-a- Stuilio.
I'orst^-|a^. ifiMMl i/immIs anal a pa-rfai-t fit.
goto BMM ^ t'olilla-ll's for MT a-|a^t||l||i^.
I.oailiilsha-l|s at aMMMl llaralwara-
Newllllf Jerwe.-tr. a ^va-r-s|| i rt s, na-a-k wa-ar,^liat- anal caps. Units ami sIiim-h. at l^sta-s^A ^ oiiiii-H's.
(mil-anil rith-s at Amu 0111I.1 llaralwara-
Afterthe Iftth iiist. Mr. It. K. Mnliuii
Willrcca-iva* 1111 - Mlttlne staM-k a|llot.itiolls
,of tin St. Louia market il.ulv.
I'.~tasA ^ a ^ti 111 -I I are in.irkiiiK tliair RM^stih-l, off a-lot Jiinxf .11111 furtiishiiitf u'-mhI- .it^pa/-ea-s that will pte.^si- all who want first^' a-|.|s~ MMaa
Iffyotlwaul a suit of a-la^tlia-s MMM ta^^airah r call it llsta-s ,V- ( otim-ll. Tha-y li.ivr^' aivi r .Hall MjMjplM la a -o-|a el ffraalll, Itllll ifllar-
atitaa- a |m-rfa-a-t lit.
(all mill see tlMwH' plu~ha-s at .1* 1 cuts a|^Ksta-s A ^ oiieell Ma-ra-atitila-('o.'h
Th*- Ntotitaiia l.tiuitit-r aA I'n aaluai- Ma-^I pally will name you laoltoni pria a-soii hay,^Haiti anal fa-a al 111 larva- anal small lots.^They carry the iMMMat stiM*k ill town.^I tlllrt call ami sas- iIiom* :^m a cut
I p|l|^Jia-H nOW oil silla' ,tt till* K.sta-s ,1 ('oil**
.m il Ma ra antil.-
MyWork is all First-Class and of the^Styles. Enlarging, a Specialty.
PA A CB S TUDIO
OverPeters' Store, Anaconda.
NOWIS YOUR TIME TO BU\
in inula rwa-ar at
Lookat tin* taarirain*^l_os^i- A Maxwa-ll's.
1umii-i11.iti I^ . bricklayers to watrk on^tin* ^ I'ltoiirka* builihiiK tu Hutta . w.tKa-s t~^pa-r a lay.
I.osaa-A Mix-Ail I an* nf/i-ntit for tin* i-a-l-^a-bratail Ita-il Sa-liool lioiisi* sIhh-s. Kvt*ry^(Kiir wan-.mtail.
njni.ai fl^^ --^r-!4i|^tit^ t
th-- at*-[a. at.
A tiist a-las*. lilaa ksmith w tnt- al^i.ii.liiiiiC anal in iv work. No oihcrs^i^II. K. I*irran, t rotil street, OfafaaaaltaV
\-|stuia*l |^ii|a. tin*.lamiilis olal. He wora- a^allar, mm n:in ii A litia-ral t' ^ ;iril ^ ill bf
Itrn for tlla* ra*tliril of tlia- alii-* la, owner.
i'iics\|. Mmiri*. p*siiiiasia-r.
HAVEJVSTR^CBJVBD A CAM LOAD of CHOKB^('AHFORNIA caxxi d noons which WtgJL^/./^. SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES.
STAPLEAND FANCY GROCERIES
Additionsha i t AflN made.
./inku *M fir Sold at