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alrota«Mmtal Sam IIII -r
Ai^ ig ggi fto" In O who
SU bmgq. mm ll pd ..
ýý OAId'w wowtLO.
Mme. tsthe tamous teaheer d
i- n Pa, b wete M r memorsm.
prTl esnt queen ofd Spk Is the St
esa tf the euntry to ow smokin at
a emers dinner.
Mr. Cards, e Louisa . Kn. Is
The emprees at Japga has just token
p$m,00Do t. her new palace, which hae
eaes s pross to vish
Mmew. Patti-Nkillnl ealls for New York
November 5. Meantime she is to se g Ib.
,emeei ee Eld for which ile
Grandma rmmw d Colddrk ass.
who will cslbrat her Ith birthay mm
. Octaher 17, it she I.. sbd her
eomglstatly msented a dar
D mii Kemase. who is an LtL. D. th
rnea d the Uanrm nd Zureich, i. about
Yle ..ot na turalisd. Dr. Heem
am ean emt hrhl prael the sorts
of that city, but ls ess llaw o es temre
sand prepare eases tht ae preesnted by
her young-nan asuistant.
Apr tale of devstion came to light
n ~aysoe Oty receut. Maggle Krse.
yun Onter. Her motherS _o
Sther motesd etlocked MIale a
ead her lover, whom le d einancal
dissulties, and endeavored to aid him b
leait os the street. . he was rmets
for the oense. tbuts promptly reiessed
when she told her story.
Theb feeling alarm which the public
bs endured on acc nt of the ighway
y sand Te are-steang of rtweo
men I cnastetrably mellowed by the cam
missionrng d Mirss A. eutton. dof Gre
s II, as circuit-rider in ts United
B h church. Only a few days ao
another young lad was erdined an eer
wt the session of central Illinoi con
ference, sard two married ladies were ad
mitted to the conference at the same time.
The early settlers of New York differed
materially from their sucessors, I.n that
they rsegrded w with contesot n a. c
ount nt its dl . Red uand blue were
their favorite hues. ven so long agothe
eas of osonetis was one od the ine arts
in Manhattan. The difference, however,
between the belles of that time and the
beles of today was the rich, ork, ra.ddy
skin, rather than s pale, white aonse. To
this end the forests were seasrched for
hesrs and the earth for minerals to pt -
dues the desired effect.
The marrird waomen who commit sel
elr saM slgtly in he hnaeaoritr over the
unmarried. wth men it sthe reverse.
More single men take their own lives
than married men. Out of every three
married men whbo omlit suicide two are
without children, and out of every four
married womens wo commit suicide three
sae without children, and the ar pr -
porthne bod ead ausp deo dina.s w
ow and widowers.
Mrs. Christine Ladd Franklin, who was
made a fellow of John H ies university
for her mathesmatical at, takes
a deep Interestin the plan of the col t
alumm to malintain, each year at least,
Sa nAeiacollege belonging to the ma
seelatlon and who wves promise of fol
lowing in the footsteps of Darwin and
Hlualey, at a foreign university. The
scheme isn part, M Franklin's own,
and its objects to led sine assistance
aIn the settlement of the veoed question:
TWIll women ever add an Important die
eovery to the world's stock of knowledge
hay estblishing a fellowship for the sup
part of young weens likely to becoame
eapah. of original research whle they
obtain the bes t prearato possible for
working alnsde of the worlds scbolars.
LONG LIEAES OF LIFE.
On. McDonald, of Beloit, Neb., gie
h. a be 1 and says that his father
.-ed to be 117.
The Greek palarheb of Alezandria,Mgr.
Sophronius, s year old, and bha been
a s for 70 years.
James Tunny of Bosto Inr 10
Iacl wa b orn Ia Ireland.
Hluldab wood Rookwell. d Weet4g
d . $he n anieteen children.
Samuel Wadrik of stoddareville, Pa.,
aged I years, walked to Wilkesbarre
over . miles, to visit a man. Mr.
s a the e ather of twenty-esight
.A few weekl ago he cut two
A Waterloo veemahmat hi. l01 stmr
~ThU]rmana in the neigbooood Bm
bledo do hm honor and put a rown to
laurels on hl head, which, l the way, I.
mot i bald.
ThI essee to be a conteet ramo the
states Iin respect to which one has lvig
within its border the oldet pal of twine.
Deborah Power. the senior lartnerin the
tank of D. Power. & Sons, Ls nbu,
ult.e and take a leiterest la irrent
evente. Bhe has been actively esa-aed in
Ueleaesa H mere than half (a rr.
If Mu.. HearieS Co. of
Michigan, ives until Jasuaru ii, iin, abe
d wlM tbe 1 years old. She was horn in
Hartford Corsetlut, In 177. Her father
MeNlwas a soldier in the war of the
revnluta, Ia hehr 100th er bshe had a
aralytb e sroke, and It was th ht he
net r..r but abe de, ad inew
Ir a tratr . health
Mrs. lvina lPllmore, wio* the late
Rev. GlOes PIlnre, who was a urst
cou, to the late es-President Milla, D
llmors, celebrated aer 10 birthday
Ag. l, her boame in Clarence. Eri
hcon S /w.FilmWhore i without doubt
e oaldest person in weetern New York,
sad taine her faculties to a reuarkable
deree. She was bhrs Aug. 13, **n
S-e smarriede to the pi-eaer17
* has A Claeee ever sice her
hus.and died, in 1*.
Hf m s-i- mwlC~ umv. B
now yi ~ s t e ou d f
a NIN Ia Ow ba- ball -.
to NM»Mo«t, ths, d* fter 1-!3
UlesimgU SUb: Vowno
wtore wornin poJto~rdw inw th
mne. mT.aw Pp, eight. Woe aOpe*t
CW h e= to give tbe eMuM0 s
1rqmaMl #amo to Oki MOute. tt
Yinawdanes News ( *weeks*~: Chicago
asks 1 1, for emi wow &t'" ouo
So be 4.d at her woul'o. fnir. It a
Croum!IJl Is eer evolved it will be Oh
Milwaukee Ne"s COa Muy In a vth
ausesdw muprioms of she prons n. the
Cronino Xm 16* TlTacotts thm
worde st * faird Ciago ge l ar. "fer=
woulda mask. a volume larnde thman the
Philaelhiad Pay l: It look. wo.bamht
aee tough C *!MZ would get a word's
fair thg beronn to Irv the
lledmurderers, a Dr. Cronin. And
thbio sno ueesa slguifalis that abe will
have wiul's fair&&acsub'sUW 1. 0 *
citue swaa~i te anwho Ib:,"n t
In the Cronin ceac.
Taus Mr. . l. (who masta hi. prt,1M
.osada at an ."emmalas eats iaam.atb:
..Oh, Mwau., Iam U o gad tos . you. and
I warnt to hay a wal long talk. Buat ALi
I brl·COa. leeciaeaa ethlag?"
maret Ibwng va n r as~ nee~ ar
W4 d r Ic,Chbad.1
St' [u may buug -r a listt eher.
Ja.. MeMIlia, of Badwell, Kg I.
said to bhav doeuaeatas eviderne itt
he Ie 113 ernes d ag.
On Saturday, October 19,
At q o'clock, A. M., at
DAVIDSON'S NEW BRICK BLOCK,
First street, east of Cherry. Anaconda.
+ $8,000 +
Clothing, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
To be sold at a tremendous sacrifice. The above stook has been brought here
to be disposed of at once, regardless of cost or value.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Men's Good Suits - - - 4,oo worth $7.75
" Wool Suits. - - - 4.o, " 9.oo
" Cassimere Suits, - - 6.25, " I .oo00
" Black Worsted Sults - - 8.75 " 1 4.oo
And a Full Line of Cutaway riults in Plain and Faney Patterns.
Men's Jean Pants, - - - Too, worth 1.6o
" Worsted Pants. - - $1.oo0 " 2.oo
" Corduroy Pants. - - 1.95, "* 4.oo
" Cassimere Pants, - - - 2.40. " 4.50
Impoebd Worsed. Cae.er sad Cheiot rmsts. s.Tss. M., as.as. s.s msad S"A. woeth double
the msey. Turkey l .4 ll adkerehiefb Slor le. Mea's Knit Moks ae. worth s.Ie. Mess Shirts
ad Drawers. Me, worth Tee. aspeaders ste. Se., eie, oreth w e. Me., m sad Tee.
DRY GOODS AND FANCY GOODS.
Dress (kfloods, Lades' and Cldre's underwear. Whie aoods Hosb iery u lko ie Thtead, Wool
MEEN'S OMERCOATS AND PEA JACKETS
ea.4s. ase, gase,, Aea, wras. np.es $Sa., worth just doable. PEA JAC.KrT la c himshllt
ad AstMeham at a Trem.adous Saors..
This Mardere.e Slaughter of Meremadle will not lest kiag. es ame early and get a Bar.rgasl
M the esetok mut be disposed et. Memember the date anmd pIaee,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1889.
Davidson's New Briok Store, First Street. East of Cherry.
G. E. MAULE. J. A.. STEPHENS.
G. E. MAULE & CO..
Real Estate Dealers and loney Lenders,
Urnf .alee l.d M Imdi rIle... deinlraaM. Odr p gies rtl., bath b.uala and rrehdterp. far
pvred had smhmp,,,ud. Are al.. poutntorn of the bebamUffI .rbdIv o. kauw a.
E7gST LV NNH .
r wUhk thbee are a. ta .a. drlrsbtr lae to be bhad at d·J I prh r wb a eel per
alelt of IS der ee·t. -- nomty Ithout wt. Lg raseat rl r fi. at. tb
Ma shah here i r Wres yu .eurr ossy n d - p ý rwits a poad
pr'd t ud p I int. heat .w seern atdrer
G. B. lADLE & CO. Btue, lout, or J. A. STEPIHEIS, Ogden, Utab.
RUrI. OFFI1CE. 'lOD)E OYYICE.
TAKE THE SCENIC ROUTE
POPUtLAR SHORT LINE.
SOpma fr Pam r Trak.
SOLID THROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
BUTTE AND ST. PAUL.
Tralm tav.s e dil ls:a. m.
,abte. Ce. a-.. CmOse. ber Our
Re. $. tm l. PTa am a bours.
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