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A A1rTTM WIMANTHNOPV.
why Iomb omues never eam s tm Se.
amws w m on m a -_ g MIm
ewho h aUes sme ea le man
4=y I am of all mem mnst moem
mommoltabte and I Ua-eenmmea.ag a tLh I
amver de t0 open the windtow for a
qm, evert loe tle doorfter tafr t brke.
masNn ha aoes out and tahen the ed of
the ema asd a creahlmg maoie wih hbim,
never er to tr a s for two lMMea
who wieb to memponllme owr lMisage with
a trip pas ama a sealper teket never. Ia
haoret oAe any of thoes ltte aeatasse
to my blbw1rvelte whitebh the fmb
o - memad th ige asplde em am
ar me amld glId to extend. I plead
aiuUt. I mver do. I wil do 4 nythng I
m asked ts do, if I have iume, ad feel
just Ulke amd thesm seema to be no good
r aoa why I shoukldn. but I won'Ut o
nomaer to do anjyti on tb trlain. I uaed
ta--oon.. I am olker now, and know so
meue lse than formerly that both my
mnsibhosm t tbh reed and mayelf get
aloc smuch nsmme comfortahle. Year
and yearm ae I one day picked utp a shawl
which fell frm a ladr's lap inst the asise
*f the ear. As I picked it up such a mro.
eellaneous aaorstaent of articles. norly
of an edible nature, fell out of that shawl
that I was paralysed with anmaament.
and nothing but the lurid laLiMrgua
of the owner brought alintit tie reavc
tion that was nmIecIrry to lsae mny
life. For the largest fee I ever was paid I
never afforled a ear ftll of people
murb agmuaeinent as I did for nothil
that little amt of kilslnde. With the es
oeption of the lady whom lunch basket
the xhawl was and myself I think every
body wa pleased. And pamnae.rs in tih
other ears, all the way from the snoker to
the sle-pers, hearing tshe umsond of muirth,
eane into our car and asked mbotas it.
And tie people who had rhe loukdest and
learest voice* told the ickident referringu
to nw e "a that man," or, to avoid taSstology,
as the story had to be repeated many tiines
in the course of 146 iuiles "thIat fellow."
or "that chap,"' or "that nuan mettles
there." I sawed woodl very coniielatiounly
for a lossl time after that, Ihut on another
evil day I entertaited another traveling
audience by tugging as a ear wimlnow
which had never been opened siare the
car wa built. I wore a porous-plaster on
the plinth of my spinal eclumn for a
couple of weeks, and refomred again. I
burned the old reiolutionsa on the tablets
of memory and engraved th-bm with a pen
of iron os msay heart. I al&o made top ny
mind that I would endeavor to renmlber
Mai an a seral sla io, amnd t jt a wev
star.d again half a doesn tSale vwos
shrilled out upon the started air: "O!
Oh! Oh! T g- left-his
umbrella! Oh! 'll-se seega-win i
Call-bhas-qmuek I Oh ! Throw-rlt.outo
bal-dodok-Do-throw - that-younag-ran-hs
nbrelIUa!" And as they pointed at the
sees r n-n asud shrieked at mue I hastily
taed the window. the powers of dark
neas assisting me. yelled at the youung
man, burled the umbrhella at hit. like a
Javelin, and we were gone.
In about two uninmutes a young man two
stories aiul a maneard talk.r thae.
any member of my whole family
came dowte the aisle of that ear with
a darkened brow. anmd looked
long sat earnestly into the vacalt seat
whence I had Just fired a silk umbrella
with a hamperci-silver head. He looked
under the mseat and theos he1 looked into
rack. Then he looked at nme. I dklli't
look up, hbut I felt hlim. eye gocknarthrunglr
me, as I gad Aix d:y out of tihe window
and tried liard to thinlk of the forn.
of prayer to be used for a masms
who expects to spend the rest of
the winter in the hbopital. Before I
coald remember it the athletic-looking
stranger said kindly but very frmly: "I
left am umbrella in this ueat a few min
utes ago." For one monent the ghastlest
silence yoa ever heard settled down on
that ear, and then the shrieking women
giggled as though it were a light tailng to
die when you had a eturn ticket in your
pecket that would be wasteeL Itried to
ell the strumnmthat the young mit who
was sitting in the seat took it with him,.
butIthouht I had done enough wicked
ness and folly for one trip. I owned up
and told him the truth. He was a magnun
imnaes mans and he spared nme. But it was
a moment of aon .u mid to-day there are
white hairs on the back of my bead that I
tnever saw before. and I .ever pass
through Maeron station without a shud
der. And I never an.in will offer to ex
tendthe slihtet helpfl courtesy to a
trar. ho; if a train should lump off
a bri 4.000 feet high into a cataract
fieeer than 10.01 Nliagaras I wouldn't
offer to hold a lone woman's baby anb
et hebr haabmg out of ths rack foar bher
while she put on Lhergm 'sadr l bunted
for her los chet k in case she should want
her baggage when we got to the bottom.
IaOme Loemmonl om Pwere.eer P.ltpm" ne
eent Artleoe en etulms no.m.
Prom thIe C(hristia ltegtMter.
Hell as been painted as a place of es
treme heat, and also of estreme cold,
where there is chattering of teeth. as a
place of darkness, as a padeknonilun of
unearthly uounds. Just what details of
torture. horror and disgust the human
Imagination could devise have been set
forth with remarkable power hb Dante.
Professor Phelps' recent article in the
Capgrvpationalist i. a kind of translation
of Dante Into (alvismltlc prose. No Sgure
or emblem which oukl add to the teror
at bell hba been ontter Among other
thing we are reminded that "oe. of the
t-blical emblems of the fture wee ap
pease to be addressed to the sense of
asmell" Do we not And thw germ of
this In one of the most appalling dis
eses of the curse with whih sin has
aagreed this material rmet It on
ss nsaladies which eate disgusig
mad Interable odors.
ire and darkness and nfernal noise
ed to be the main weapons of the hbel
anter. T sense oif smeU has neer
worked up to the mame otent. Per
t m be beeause the nose is less
-aeonmLeted with the eoseismee
or the seome of fear than sme other oar
ga.s. Mdue themg has mmesemeded La
= hk~odern f tbs w -. I ore poten
thme b ptis.al water. It Ls dispelled
thebs darkness ty Introducing the usatnho
of God's t. It Ams rduced ito noises
to mame, s od to harmony, and we
even the bottomless pit.
A WI.e We.sem Mepesm.es.
Ftm the Lemnsue Leader.
Last uinday a young vaquron by the
eare of Billy Wilkes 'loped of with one
of Viamia's tair daughters. Miss Ivy Fra
ci., and brousht her down hea to avoid
the parental storm. It seems that the old
folkU were not inelined to favor the ardent
young vaquero's suil for their daughter's
heart .ad hand, and pat a quietss on bhi
as'tdoms to her a abort tise ago. Sb.
had another bean. howevr, who wars quits
attealve to her, and las Sunday No. 2,
Uipalm adim ia hr, ha sm
::.eVwWa. Hie whohb smug wm
sad . xaswe no . he w
.!Immhela at his Ode.,
rime a40MIML As If t
wi. em mmftkv towari hi. As I
diaws alr mo-m ~ his ,i. Oh va
IMM44"ff ekboe ri la him
Sla t a. she's mine," be thns
"Johnny. mop a wainut.." wara &be. aud
liahb etuapg. ON am inimus uo
that UUCPsqwem, the ecuie a
around Rod dhive e 6 9W apkflv, -
Jhnnyaa - mouped."
Tb. Siartiss emm down to lawmsopm Haw
d*m=.vnly qaw rsad um ined al lebsi wish
fMsdiL. 1~left on Monday amorning'
wow lor low W . th#w&e music."
_m !r. l g ·rm (w..) 'h I
Vimws the areaeta 43s.) TBae.
Vor the rut day or a threw has ben a
r..or d i bhmW haigbeen at sight
oeat Oak ueove eemeaevy. A wspeptvr
go wind this amd wea out for as I.
Jve atls. "Yes, sik," said a olored
ua who lives in that neighb
hood. "there I.s tat ot whosts over
thees; my wlfe emys she saw them
e sight." " Is yoar wie at houset?"
asked the repoter.. "No. sir, she ain'l
here and you can't am he, be If you will
go to he ffth house on the right d
.Sld down there you will And ad
ryl Ieen He will Il y all habot it.
fToll owed thu direteus as
neerly as saatenl, amtd isising tio tme
dour th hos.., ing awa on a
at watrameioeswas the d negrohisied
ray fno res umns with age. The repsr'
trad him abeoM the ghoss.
The old man tarted his cousne
nane. having a troblad, fig-tened c-.
pomsiof as hIe oa his stsry. und when be
adlfa hd bad e s peapiration stood
eut oas Aia faee. "I'a al so, hor. The
ghost Is over these for I dose seess 'e
n.llf. You . the other sight Larys's
ba w w iak, and he asked me to go
out ad brinm in oses wood to make a
ASe. Whenl werts oa I sarter looked
over toward the grave yard, and, boas. I
was esared and sared bhad. Right there,
under rthe trees. I saw three white
tbhh. TbaV5 .thd up rere hoding 4band.
au wasof n 5lnw bada light. I watheas
them for a little whle and they j
weat up ever the ns of tte trees arnd
disapupeared. Boss, I didn't wal theme o
g any wo ed ur osthisg. I ,pl. r _ed
up and yest to May's eGs s eand I
have stared thee ever sine. wo.kd '
seep down hed again fer anthingn fSor
them thig waold it ha m mina all
the tiron. I tell yeas they are r.o I
see '. uyf, and If you wi ses dow
bore anay iht jea s 1 o'clock you can
see 'en, too. y this time qulte a crowd
bad congregated arousd the poreb where
the interview was head, sand several of tam
darkies carroborated the story.
I IS Is Deswbeba.
Item Haupmru. Hit.
I*1S' YE'Ur Uk'. to have a Cotmp Inahad
of a room in a hotel. You don't hear Se
amidM sweeping the haiLa at14 a. urn."
'No hut you bear the lawn mower mov
Inl the lawn oa 4:35)."
OPENED JULY 1. 1389.
e of the aIdsasmet aand on" e..ty al
pl-ated bAnls in the United lates. Thoroughy
Irepruof, sad pronvded witR elevators. ssetie
bels. sre alarms, ruanning water. baths. g.sm
leat. open are places and all modern monven
iernks. Moums em suite and slatle. Cuisnle sad
service strictly ire-t-cis. atses frees
$3.50 per Day Upwards.
aerordiag to size ad character of ruorm
UDL. HAKIAUUH. Manager.
The Estes &Connell
Ilugst rt M seltma o L Iu b
Nyew. jow. o
LAT UEINLM WINDOWS AL D OUOlL
116s AsLWAYS aI sOVc.
ALL O.DERS PROIPTLY FILLED.
WOO £A EIAL £AWA S 1o 35cMt.
W. P. BURROWS.
CENTRAL + MARKET
F-'N, Stree Ammammin Magt -
".l €- II-Tl. b.I o
TA. Owsl FLPr-tCi-l Feemiy Mark.t
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimaes Furnished on all Classes of Wor.l
Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been luilt by this Firm.
Orw * t jbAs asO L N .1 K. w21= sesgive pas se smsmem.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
ANACONDA. .. M OIPNTAA.
J. L. H 7I. LTOHN.
Whael .lllo mb d vIti dealer tI
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Good eds mad bow priye
*SPCIIcL. XILrITNTION TO PMIrlLY TMl[DM
Maim treet. Ammsi, * - - - Opposite Opera Hass..
I. F=. KIRY.I IB .
Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heating and Gook Stores
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this
market. Don't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - ANACONDA.
.. .... . . . ..... !unto--- m- .h -- n- m- nn _m u n m Nm u
B. F. MAHAN,
RM M OST T* re K N i N B RO1C*R.
And C.II..ne ya...
1i..t 8wet. Kn. Me l.Main - A..mwdrn. Mead.
ANACONDA BRE WING COMAPAN Y
IKEG NHD BOTTLED BEER.
BTEIGER PFAUL. Prog.riers. Brewer at Wert End Fourth ntreet.
- SK POR RNRCONDR BSER -
J. A. HASLEY,
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARY PLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
Mr. Hasley has done some of the finest plumbing work in Montana. 11e
did the work in The Montana Hotel, Anaconda, W. A. ('lark's residence, Biutte,
Florence Hlotel, Missoula, and in many other tine public and private buildings
throueout the state.
Prties having plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc.. from
J. R. HRSLEY.
Box 430, Anaeonda, Montana.
AREAL ESTATE FOR SALe44
NICHOLS, HELEHANE & CO.,
62 Eaut Broadway. Butte. Montana.
A ew freoom house and lot mear N. P. depot A bargaim In a building lit s4a.
IMS0. A barber sanp in a gnst lu.ration with one
Two chole ettagae homes In mkuth Butte, SOwa year's leas at 5i per mantOth, S.wA
and $"00 Two nce hoiaes w Colorado . (.r. i $l,00 n
A two story bos.e f s rooms. hard fnished T ne hore orado treet S ad
and well furnished, with large hamment. and kt
In by ie fee, to enter of citly, at. a arain. A r-ome brick, centrally located. 52,700.
Two nce houss and ots s s0 e eahn An l-rom. two tory brick, well Snished and
Arisoma street. at a bargain large lut, Saue.
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TOOOY & H U NT.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Billiard and Pool Tables
BLGXRNT CLUB ROOMS
GP..aor a" Msee
MAIN IrUWr. . ANACONDA.
SAM PRAMEN KO,
Fm h am . srsn and ih,
Liers. Cgers. Cad*is. Nuts and
Fwets. Sutter. Fresh Eggs. as
COUNTRY * PRODUCI
-A eracW w?
CROCKET & KING.
Stationers ,p Booksellers
CIGARS. TOBACCOS. ETC.
AAOOIFD A .-. -MoutA-.
1 wist Park sedt, utte, etL
The Best Condcted Butwrut
. i laontaL.
A Few Reasons why It is
So Popular :
It bis s ,or us Home-Made Ptes,
It Is t hter s oee ee..
It Is bams tr Ms 600 Batte.r
It is famt hr eas (lod C8ag &
is Meeteagdaked fours every
It ausiuee d by a seI.e Mat - 3mb..ss
It is opus a hears. Da amad NI M.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
*CITY * BILL POSTOR*
ADVEIIHTIS AND DISTIIUTOIR
L.rve Orders at t\l Oeer. All Week prm
asmemed LI. Am d, Maeis.
First Street, tear Jlain, - Aacr.oýd
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
Particular Attention Given to Pre
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