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libr, M. I'.ir Stuart. ^.i.*ir*^*ii. sHwr !!^^^^an.I Hull.- Arn^r^ at lliilti- *:lfi !'^ M. ^'^^ii-^ui-t-t*.at siuarl with tram for Carnsmi ami all^^.mint*. KaM ami Wt-*.t on Northern l*Hrille K. It.
1:1ftI^. M. Kur Stuart. ^;ri-tfs.^nSilver How.
Huttean.I all 1i^ ^^^^ I'tali ami Northern
mi.Iriii.ui I'ai-illr ^y^tt-ui. AiriM-h at Itutle^^:JU IV M.
Arrivaland Departure of Malls.
maii IlKfAKT 1^\ii.v k^iu
ptrrIxmIko. Il.l.na ami |Miuilit North
madWeal u%llclf nu n.tat A. M.
Buttet'tlv. Mont ^.^^^ A. M.
Butt.-. It.'l..|ia, IHvt IxMlKf, Sluait
Butt.-,Helena, all Knutrrn, South.-rn
amiWe*.t.-ru Stat.-* T.I* '^^ M.
Carroll^.^^^ IV M.
Cattleami l*yreiiei**, Il.iru A. M. Momla). WVtl-
AIMviiiiivk iiaii.t ritoM
Bantami Ituttt-. 11.** A. M.
Helenaami l^f.-r UnIkhII..IT* A. M.
Buitei'llv. Mont^--jn IV M.
Allpoint*. North ami F.at.1 of liurriMiti 7.r*i IV M.^A.B iw4lll^ NortUaiHl Wihm of tiarrimm 7..-.u IV M.^Carroll ..... ...... .A- M
ralil- ami r*|li*W. I.im IV M. Turtalajra, 1 Mttrit-
Allmails clow 4A minute* Itefore departure.
Tlw^laily reeortl ^if tnv thermometer in^^Ilia city i^ reportetl by A. T. l'luyter.^4ruBRi^t. Kir^t Ktr^^^-t. Tin- reeor ffnryra-^B-rtlay wan: 7 a. 111.. 1-' ileRrtUH; VJ 111., .vi^^iifiiia lli I^ I* 1I1 1111 111 H p. 111.. 41^^l^*irrt ^^*^*.
8vl*criplfi^is to tin- Stitmitini will Itr r+-^iritvii iit f/i*. IniHitf*** nftirr. or (it the mUtrr ^\f^Qmekrt ^f Kiny, Mum xtrret. Ailrrrtiniwj^rutr.s r^^M lie liBBBBTf nt the bitsmr** ttflire.^K'uiuhi nl Huililum, corner of Mum anil^Third Ktrreln.
Complainti- mailt' Ix i au^f tin- tn-in li^in ki'pt Bfaata aa Itmix. It i'ammt In- Im-I|m tl^an tin- pi|m liaH mil yi-t Im-i-n ntci\-^tl.
Tli^ iiioiiiImtm ^^f Mm lineal military fum-^pmy known aw tin- Wolf Tom* ifilartln will^Im- iiiii-t.'i-t .l in Ity I'.il. I.. K. Ht^liii^'H t.*-^niirlit-
TIk*iiii'IiiIm'i-m i^f ihi- I.. I.. L. ^*lul^ wi-ro
CM-KtHat nil ^^njti.vitlilf* r..^^iiti..11 irivi-n*^mi ^^vt'liiiiK at tin* rt'Hiilciifc of Mm. I^. K.^Millar.
Tlwif.ml. Ulan from Mutto ^ lio w^m ar-^roHtinl for HliM-pinu; oir Iiih drunk in tli^^^^tn-i't 011 Moiuluy niiflit, iufoniiMl tin-^court yi-sti-nlay that Iiih iianii* wua John^Dim- ami Hint Ik* liail m-vi-r ilom* HolM-fon*.^anil would m-vi-r do no atxuiu. ^ In tliia^prouiiM-, Ik- was diM-lmrip'd.
W.W. TI-aynipHoii, alias tin* liouldcr^Kid. was arraiom-)! jn tin- polut- court^y^.^tiT^lay on tin* r-liur|rt^^ of luri'i'iiy pre-^ferrtsil liy Mrs. Stairir. Hin Mtor^* that klM^had uivi-n tin- *K^ with which to play faro^had no foundation. Mm, Stairu; m vor^haviiiK Hiir-li a thoiiirlit. It lia|i|H-m-d that^h^^ wan owinif h -r fislii for i-oom rent. Tin^^prisoiii r ^-IT^^'^-t^-^l it Hfttlcmt'lit, paiil tht-^costs antl wan ili^.cliitr^rtMl.
TlicI.Mlcst t ^ ret nn i * rr#^n.
Kron1 Hit- I^NiiavUlt* ^'onrn-r .loiirnal.
JohnII. Kclili-'iii, Hon of the well-known^atock dealer at Itourlxiu HttM'k yards, ami^Miss Mary l.intiier. Bin of this city,^elopt-il !^^ JefTertMiuville last iiiirht and^were married by Justice Kelitwiu. They^rlaiuieil th it tliev eani^ over for the sake^of obi tin 11; a pleasant, eo.il ride in the^ferry'^oat-
OwenHntfaoB and M:ss t'arrie t'ocker-^^^II of Methli I11111, Hart county, made a^haaty diumrtnre frattt tlieir home yester^^day after 10 111, ami were married in JelTer-^^ouville by Justice Ke| (will. MisH t'ockor-^ell wus ho timid that she refustsl to remain^at Jiidire Kelgwlw'a house until her 111-^tcuileil Ii 1 is. 1.11111 e.iultl priM*ui*etlie liceiiHe,^for fear that some one woultl kitluap her^iH-fore Iiih return.
AnItem o f I utereat.^NothilliriH ho pleasant to the eye ana^well tli'i-sHcd lady. It will In- of interest^to our lady readers to look over 1^. J. ticn-^nessy M.-re.1 iitili- l'o.*sad. of ti^-diiy, refer^^ring tin 111 to that class of itimmIh and trim-^^iiiuil ktock. l^lieir line of tliene ij.mhIh ban^Im-cii carefully selected, and it will pay^every lady ill Auacoadu to iunpect them.
STOLEHIS OWN CHILD
PeterMartin Grata His Little Boy and^lakes His Escape.
Mr*.Marlla Matte m BMatf Kare. I.ttl BBM^^^at mraaa - A Warrant awwra ^^Ml^for Martla'a Arrwt nn a Char**^of K IttnapplrtB-
S|hsi:iI to tin- stamlaril.
Bl'ttk,t let. i^. There a-an another^Mfiittutioual tlevelopiiient ti^-liltfhl in the^^ mhuppy ctmjuiial rclatii^ns of Mr. ami^Miv. Peter Martin It will Ik- reiiiemlM'retl^that .tlxtut six w.-cLh i4lfo Martin, who in^a ni|(ht watchman. |iukhc^I his house in^lliiblin ifuh'h. trlaiiccd Ihroiitrh the whi^^tlow, antl tlifll. ifoiiiK insidt , Itatl a rouuli-^anil-tiuiilile lluhl with a youliK man^named Mel ntyre. who wan with Mrs. Mar^^tin at the t inc. One or two^shots were llretl. Melntyrc was^ha lly iiHtnl, and for a few^weeks thereafter was carefully nursed by-^Mr-. Mariin. Mr. Martin wan arrested^for assault ami latttery ulatut ten tlnyn^at,'... Martin retaliated bv hM^Hnl*H| Hint^auaillst In.-, wife for divorce. I'lie papers^have not yet Im-cii served, as Mrs. Martin^has lived tpjietiy antl it was thoiiKht by^the ollU'crH that she had left town. The^i it is si ss i. ill tif the the three year old chilli^of Mr. anil Mr-. Martin has Imh ii an ob^^ject of the IiiisImiiiiI ever since their^troubles Im'ituii. Ill the Hint Mariin^askeil for ciiKttMly of the child. .Martin^tired of waitiiiK for the law and imtdc sev^^eral attempts to kialll |MWtHCHHioll of the^child.
At7 o'clock this i vi-iiini; Mis. Martin^left the Metropolitan restaurant in Went^I'ark street, where she ia in the habit of^takinu; her meals, to ifo to her lodirinir^rooms in Went llroatlway, whither she^movisl after their home 111 lliiblin Kuleh^hail Ih-. ii broken up. She went up Acad^^emy street toward iiroatlway. lf*MtliiiK^ her^little chiltl hy the left luuitl. She had^taken but a few Htepn up Acailcmy str. et^and was but a short instance from the^(Milli e olllce when I'eter Martin ap|H-ared^anil without nayinu; a word itrablM-d^the little boy from its mother's if rasp^lifted him ill hia amis anil alnrted on a^full run down Academy street.
Sirs.Martin save a yell of friifht, and^then started in hot pursuit. Martin^turned into all alley leatliiiu; from I'ark to^(ialena, with Mrs. Martin close Ixdiiiiil.^but in spile of the fact that the man hail^the baby ill Iiih arms, he made hin iwii|ki^in the dark quartern of (.ialena Htreet.
Mrs.Martin despaired of the chase and^went to tin* police ..Mi.-e, and Hobbiui/ly^lolil her atorv. A warrant wua aw. r.l^out fair Martin's arrest on a oharifo ui^kidiiappiiiir. but it is doubtful if he is^cauifht. A tew weeks aifo Martin Htole^the chiltl, but the woman re^^covered it on a writ of habeas^cor| 11 . Martin in still in town, but ia^thouichi to 1m- in hitliiiK.
K.S. liiMilh, Martin's attorney, refuses^to say auylhiiiK about the matter, except^that Martin is the lc|ta! cust.shall of the^chiltl anil has the riifht to its chai*Ke. It ia^stated that while Mr-. Martin has a deep
ESCAPEDOM A TECHNICALITY.^The Pretty l*era^lralar m^ m tluaar NwlaaU^Nat at Liberty.
Fromthe St. Ixaiin INaU-IMapatrli.
Witlia bunch of retl roaea at Iter throat.^La Toac-it alip|a^ra on her dainty ft et am'm^white straw hat perched jauntily on her^head, Amelia Harria appeared in the^court of friniinul corrc^'lioii Ihia moniiiiK^ami liatt'titsl to a decision rendered by^Juilifc t'amplM'll in tin- raw atnlimt ber^! for attempted fraud. The i'aae waa a pe-^| culiar out*. ^ the afternoon of the (lay^I prceediiiif the woman appeuretl at the^i Htore of l'. H. fiiKitlla, on Cave Htreet, antl^had piirehased it pair of diamond ear-^riiiKs, valued at t~~- Ten d..liars waa paid,^down ami the balance wuh tt^ la- coll.s-t. d^in time itayuifiitH. Mr. IiiRalls^hiins.lf made the sale, and on^aeeoiint of the niallliera antl ap|a-ar-^ancc of bis customers tleviatetl somewhat^from the business rules of the house ami '^acei-ptttl the woman's wortl without re-^t|iiiriuir security- or iilcutilleuliou. In un-^^ wer to tpiestioiiH hIm- hail atittetl that her^BBMM was, Mrs. Amelia Harris, wife of a^restaurant keeja-r at lltl South Sixth^street, mWM at ;t7.r^ii I'.valls avenue. She^stated that she waiitt d to Use the dia^^monds that evelliim. haviliK all eii|faifi-^melit to attend a reception, and she asked^to have tlii ui delivered at her home as^s.miii as possible. Mr. luifalls consented,^but after aha hail (rone la-camf suspicious^of tlie transaction antl sent hia brother,^W. K. lnualls, to till South Sixth atreci.^t . ace Mm. Harris' husband. The brother^simmi reliirned with the information that^a Mr. Harris kent a restaurant at^that iiiiiiiImt, but added that the proprietor^was a ctMtl-blaek negro. A Ilieaaclujer Wits^sent to the house on Klaus aVfliue antl^found Mrs. Harris in the hallway. He re^^fused to band over her purchase and let t^to II111I an olllcer. On his return the wo^^man was ifone. It then ile\elo|Mtl that^she had called at the house that aftcrlliH.ii^and stated to the mistress that she had^on It red Home kimmIh delivered to that^MMBW by mistake, and politely asked^IMTiiiissioii to Hit ill the hall until the ines-^senifer should arrive. Her shrewd attempt^at fraud was then apparent. Later ill the^day she returned to Mr. Inifalls' at.in-^and dciiiaiiileil her $111, ami waa arrested^by Oltlcer Faifan, who locked Iwr Up at^the central tliHtrict station. There alee^told a talc of iM-iiiB abandoned by her hus-^halid ill lirooklyn, and ifave a detailed ae-^eiaint of her pursuit of the fugitive ami^hia paramour. J in lire t'amplM'll tlia-^eharifeil the prisoner on a technicality.^He hclil that the contract entered into Im-^tweeu the Itartii'H was not made in k^mmI^faith, Mr. Inifalls showinir a lack of sin^^cerity by doubtiliK tile womall'a story ami^iuvesiigating her statement la-fore he de^^livered the k'hhIs. Owing to the youth^and iM-auty of the defendant the caae at^^tracted considerable att.-ii'ion at the Four^Courts. Attorney It. \N'. Uootla defended^the action, wh le Attorney S. S. Haaa re^^presented Mr. lngallH.
AMissouri .loll Troller,^(^en. John Ii. Clark, clerk of the na^^tional boiiseof repn'Heiitatives, who shares^with other men more or less great the dis^^tinction of hailing from an entire atute -^uh, for instance, ^^from Misaouri^ rather^than from some particular city, town or^county in it, waa on ^change yeaterday
LATEGOSSIP M BUTTE
SheriffLloyd Deaies Ttat Irs. Sten-^berg Has Left the City on a Visit
OIHeeraHave Bum Kerplng Cluaa
fHer. and MB* Will Nat Imp AI^lowetl la Laat*^ Her a.. 11^MUM la Prtaoa.
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affectionfor the little In..v. she tlrove her wil|, t;^v. Prancis, sayn tht- St. Lllllht
.in r-_. .Ill 1 I 1 1 iirliler t^ u* - ^ ^^ I f. ,ti^ i 1... ^ 1 a . 1-. ^_ ' _
7-year-oldilaiighter away from I1.m11^ceiitly tellinif her to if^ ^ to her father. Tht^father now has both children.
latwlatttlC'luli All Keatly lo^Hit Merle* ni Kecepl Ions.^A date has finally Im-cii fixed for^o|m'iiing of the Low land club at-aaou. It^ia announced that the flrat of tht- aerit-H of^reeeptioiiH for the year will In* given next^Friday night at the Montana, and it ia^proposed to make tht* o|M-llilig reception^one of the most brilliant of the aeiiHou.^The inauagem of the club wish to impress^011 all meiiiIm-i-m the fact that dancing Im-^gina promptly at nine o'cltM-k, antl all^who attend are earnestly re^|ilestetl to Im-^reatly for the t-vciiing'a eiijoyiuent at that^hour. This will allow ample time for the^supper ami for the completion of the pro^^gramme of dances at a seasonable hour.^I'he reception will Ite given in tht- dining^room at the Montana. atip|M-r iM-iug nerved^in the breakfast rtMiui. Kxcf lli-nt music^has been seciirt d antl arrallgeiiieiita niatlc^for the most brilliant reception ever given^by the Low land club.
tititi-ury 10 Nature.
Host.11'I lanat-ript.^An idea has just come into my
NVliatd'ye in.-an 1
t'tiia|tllt*alltina ArlaliiK Ainonic^Players mi a faro llaak.
SwanAutlemon, known in gaiuhliin;^eirelcH as ^ lljitchy.^ was arrented yester^^day 011 a c ha rife of larceny, in picking up^money and bets from a faro table ill llig^George's place that did not la'loui^ to him.^The ease was tried last liiirht ^^^ the |Miliee^court before a Inrgi- ami interested audi^^ence. The defenae waa tluit the priaoner^Ifave another itambler money with which^to buck the tiifcr. and it was a portion of | line^of his money that he picked up. It was^arifiied that while faro banks are licensed^by tht- territory, nevertheless irniuhlinir^transactions an* not cutitlt*d to the pnttec-^tiou which the law throws around MM*^men'ial uetfotiatioiiH, anil that a person^who givt-H another |ieraoii money with^which to gamble may nt-all auch money,^ami may legitimately appropriate it if lit*^can iret hia hand ii|m^ii it. The court tlia-^chargftl the priaoner.
IUltthr-ltrmocrttt. The ifelieral's father wan^a famous character in Missouri politics in^Iiih day. State Tn-aniin-r Ktl T. Nolmii of^JelferHoii City tells an amuaiiiu atfary il-^hiHtratiug a striking featun- of tli^* old^geutlfmaii'a ilivemillt-d abilities aa a jury^lawyer.
Hecould bring team to hia own eyes^or to any out- else's, for that matter, at^will,^ aaid Nolahd, ^antl won many a^murder ease by coming tin* aympaftictic^tltalgt* ill court on susceptible jurors. I^^net him for the Hmt time in Jellemon^City one day while Im* waa there utteudiitK^the aiipreuie court. -General.' said I, ^No-^land ia my name. I've hoard my father^a*m-ak of you often. He told me that you^wen- the higircat old humbug on earth,^and that among other thinga you ooaltl^fool any man with your team.
'It's not true, air,^ aaid tht* general, ^I^never imposed on any one in my life;^your father tl^a*a me an injustice, air.^My tears Mow from natural causes, air,^and out of sympathy for a suffering hu^^manity. Hy the way. my tlear laiy, tht*^last time I met old man Nolaml waa at^the bedsale of a ilyiuif fr'eutl -an old sol^^di, r who had served with 11a in the Mex^^ican war. Ah! he waa a noble man. In^the prime of life, tia^, anil just to think^that the gtMal Lord should take his pre^^el, .us life, whih* worthless iM'inifs like No^^laml and myself attMal by to see hia pre^^cious existence slowly ehbiuK' from him.^When I think of that scene my heart^hleeds. Youuir man. may you never^hiitt-htih.lMMi-who-who!^ ami the oltl gen^^eral t ried like a baby. What is more, I^was at^ affected I cried IM, When I dried^my t'yeH ami looked up then* hPmhI the^general with a broad grill on his face. He^had Im-cii playing with inc.
S|k'ciall'arrt*k|MMiilrutt* of the stamlaril.
Hi'TTK,Oct. ^SI. -Slieriff Lloyd feel-^agrievttl at the statement made in th.^Nuier this morning to the eiTect that Mm.^Steula-rg, who waa releaaed on lai.il laat^^ light, had left for the east to visit her^brother. The sheriff aaya that the n-port^that Mm. Steula-rg hat I left town ia untrue.^She ia ut home in attendance upon her^sick lathy. He aaya that if Mm. StenlM'rg^hail left town, even while miller bonds to^ap|a-ar, ahe woultl have la-en promptly^brought back hy the authorities who, in^fact- of the evidence in their |MMtat-KHioti,^could not thing of permitting her to leave^these parts. Sheriff Lloyd also says the^statement puhhi-la il in the Miner that I|m*^bov August Steula-rg had la-en placed^ill a tluugeoii to extort from^him evideliee of the guilt of^either his mother or Smitzger ia uiitrue.^I he Imi^- has Im-cii eon II tied as an ordinary^priaoner and treated aa audi. If lie has^toltl anything in eoimccti ^u with the tt 1-^rntlt* need which nearly deprived hut^father of life, it waa told voluntarily and^without eoiupulaiou. Mm. Stenla-rg, Iter^aim August, and Smitzger will Im- given a^preliminary hearing la-fore Judge New-^Kirk to-niormw at 4 o'clock. Tht- prose^^cution claim they have very weighty evi^^dence against all the prisoners.
Mr.Jarrett, advance agent of the world^renowned magician Herrmann, ia in town^to-day making arrangements for the ap^^pearance of that great lii-cmmeiiccr m^the Opera House here on Monday, Tues^^day anil Wednesday. March 4th, Ath and^MM,
TheButte Hardware Company to-day^entered suit to recover 91,447 balance of^account alleged 10 Im- due that company^by W. K. Clowes. Mcltritli-tt- Holdoru a| -^p. ar as attorney for the plaintiff.
1. S. Merchant has entered suit against^James W. h'orbia, assignee of the^estate of Wharton A Noyea, groccra,^t.^ obtain possession of certain mcrchan-^dise valued at $tSf$tUO which Mr. Mer^^chant claims as his pntpcrty.
I'has.1'hol, aged :^), now residing In^Untie, waa to-day granted license to marry^Catharine K. Ht-riie. a lady of L't atinuuem^anil a resident of Hutte.
JohnHlarnglia), aged U8, has obtained^I'rolaite Juilge Irvin'a |a-riuiaaioti to^marry Sophie Anderson, agt-tl L'M.
Chaa.A. Bolder has been granted liet-nac^to marry Louise L. Cole.
OlllcerCtirrati found Mike Hart drunk^and aalt-ep ii|ain l^uartz atn*t t.and gather^ed him in.
IIns was a big day ill the police court^Ox er 1 score of drunks, vaga and others^of similar ilk were before the bar.
CharlcaO'Brit-ii antl wife of Weat Cell-^terville, rejoice in tht* birth of a sou.
BillyWilliams found a fellow tramp^aaecp in a Im-ct hall on Last I'ark street^laat night and stole the kIiih-h from the^alumlM-ring geutlt*mali*a feet.
TheButte 4k Boston company have^leased the ^Might Bower^ mine near^Meadt-rville anil will commence to work^it at once. Machinery ia now Is-ing put^in position.
Thecity is full of visitors just now^brought hither ill most instances thmiigh^a desire to witiit-aa tie* election trial now^ill progrcaa la-fore Judge Do Wolfe.
Messrs.McNulty and Keppler, of Ana^^conda, passed through the city tot lay on^their way to Great Kails to attend the^grand lodge session.
Tht*cntwil that attended the preaeiita-^tioli of Milton Nobles great melodrama^..From Sire to Son^ at McGiiirca o|a-ra^house laat night waa the largest that ever^attended any play which occupied the^iMHtnla since the house waa built. By^H o'cltM*k cards were being hung in the^lobby of the o|m*ra house, announcing^standing rOOM only could Im* obtained.^Half an hour later fully five hundred ia-o-^ple had I mm - 11 turned away Is-ing unable^to gain admittance. The house waa jam-^ed from atage to roof. The play itself and^the manner in which it was rendered by^Mr. Nobles antl hia excellent company^merited the magnificent audience. By^main to-day every aeat in the house had^laa-n taken for the performance of ^Love^ami Law^ which waa pn-sentttl to-night.^To-tuom^w night Noble'a greatest drama.^^ The I'lita-iiix^ will la* pn-Kt-titttl.
D.J. Hennessy Mercantile Co
AreNow Showing the Finest Line of
Silks,Plushes, Fancy^a74d Plain
liveryet brought to this city.
NODRESS IS COMPLETE UNLESS IT IS WELL TRIMMED.
WeHave Just Received an Hastern Importation
Latest Novelties in Trimmings.
Itis a little early to think about these floods, but^call and look over our line. It is no trouble to show^them and it will be worth your while.
Weare making a special effort this fall to meet the^demandsol our customers in the NOTION KINE, and^with our COMPLETE STOCK feel confident of suc^^cess.
D.J. HHNNESSY MERC^4N71 LB CO
CornerOak and First Streets.
THE NAPKIN AND
IHi, come now! That's contrary
Filmishedrooms for light h^ msekeeping,^by mall anil wife. No children. Address^Mel'., this otliee.
Ilrilkselscarpet BOB Al l.ste
Himl. Boh. nn.in and Hodman 1st rut^Jack I liiarlicim'*., the only place ill the^eity to gel it.
TheMaul ill.111 flit* s shirt was n-rcived^jft-KU-rday ut Kstea A ^ oimell's.
thelinest fiiriiishings^eivetl at I'atea A I'on-
Largeinvoice of^for gents, just n*t^acllV
Onefine .'1-year-old man-, g.....l to drive^^itigle or tloiiblc, antl good saddle horse.^John Barkovich.
All-wool ladies' cloth *Bte. at KaU-s A^tuunell'ik
Puredrugs ut A. T. I'layter'a drug ston-. j
Theelection ia over, t'all at John liar- !^kovi. h's. he has the ehoiceat li.pior ami^^igant in town. Corner Sueoud ami Cedar
in u.i.ierwear at
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I'resliletilt'arnul'a l utbrollw.
Ft..111 tin* I ...ml.hi stuiulartl.
lliiringout- of the last days of Pn-aidclit^C^arnot'a stay at Kt^titaiueblcau the pn-s ^^dent met aevt-ral persons at the palact-^gate and atop|aal to siM-ak with them.^There had tai*ii a shower of rain, ao NL^Cartlot plact-tl hia umhn-lla against the^wall, float- by waa an I'llglishm.ui. who^wi-hetl to have a souvenir of tht- presi^^dent. The umhn-lla caught hia eye; he^acixed an opportunity when he imagined^he was not observed, ami ran away with^it. Some watchful |M^lieemeii had, how^^ever. witm-sstMl the incident, ami as lie^i .mi.- running by placed their hands on^tin- disconcerted man's shoulder. At tin-^police station it was iliscovensl that the
Iu-isoiierwaa a iii.-iulier of a distinguished^-'.uglisli family. He hail taken the 11111-^brelht to add to Ilia colli-ctiou t^f curiosi^^ties. M. I'arnot, IM-iug iiifornietl of th.-^cireumstanees, not only onlen-tl the i*e-^h-ase of the priaoner. but gave I11111 the^coveted umbn-lla.
A4*t^tivlat*littf si inptttiit.
Millii-entJamie, |hi|hi has given men^m-w- watch, and it is the moat bashful lit^^tle en-atun- in the world.
Jamie- bashful V
MillleclltYea. Jamie, it holds its hand*'^before its face all the while.
Idahomlllionalreaa: What's the price^of them then* liooka^ lltatkacllt-r: The^novel by Henry James is (L.'itl ami that^cloth copy of Kbakeapeare'a ^^Hamlet'* ia^Mi cents. Idaho millionairess: (iinime^the 91.M 1ms.k. I tloii't want 110 cheap^trash.
TliisMlnrt-Chilil In llur|H-r^s lla/nar.
Youmay have ht-anl travelers acoff at^tht- practical Fn-uchmau who atulfa out*^corner of hia napkin inside his ahirt-^co'lur, anil spreads it fully over tile front^of Ilia person from hia chill down to hia^knees. This ia the practice of the Kreilch^p ople of the middle and lower claaat-a,^who an- thrifty antl prudent, anil who^wish to eat al their eaae antl not aiatt^the;r clothes.
Then-ia nothing ridiculous in this- prac^^tice. Then- is a reason, ami an excellent^n-aaou. for so spreading the napkin, and^if I wen- dining at home, or alone itt a I^n-staurant or club, and hail on my a|k^tteaa ]^shirt aiido|M*li waistcoat and clawhammer^coat, all ready to go to tht- opera, I should I^eertaiiily apn-atl my napkin over my^manly ami snowy latsoui. just aa the I^I'Vom-hmati ihs-s, and so I should dine at !^my ease, serenely and without ^ are, know- j^itig that I had thus ciisuntl (Jit- itmiiacu-^IMMMM ^if my linen. However, let it la- ^^i-.-uieiiilx-i-etl that company inaliliers ill^all countries nspiin-you simply to spread^your napkin loosely over your knees, anil !^to eat cleanly and decently.
TlteI.cpl limtti- llraimt.
I-'ioiiililt- Aln.-l ii-all.
YoungManager You an- making a^great deal of talk alatut the legitimate^drama. Now. IM like to know what you^mean by the legitimate drama, anyway '.'
(lid Manager The legitimate drama,^my dear la^y, is made up of those plays^whose authors an- tlead ami on which^managers need pay no royalty.
VlrwislI'mui a lnn.r.1.1 ^l^tn^l|^.^ltil.
FromW ats.^u'k llliniiiiuitor.
Youngwife Yes, 1 am worried. You^see (ieorge has gotten into sued a habit,^when we goto the theatre, of going out^iM'twccti the acts.
FriendOh, my dear, you look at it the^wrong way ; you ought to la* thankful that^Im* comes in Is-twee 11 the drinks.
Krointin- Nc* Yolk Sun.
KiratKa/or How ilid the day go'.'
SecondItazoi- All right, but I had a^couple of close shaves.
J.H. Haggiu. of Sun Francisco, ia cx-^|m^cti-d to arrive in Butte this morning.
Auditor( alder head, tif Butte, ia regis^^tered at the Montana.
Sidney.1. Jennings loft Aiiae.yula yea^^terday and will sail for Liveriaail in a few^days.
It.('. CliatiilierH, a guest at the Montana,^will spend the ^lay ill Hutte.
J.H. Weist. of Omaha, A. ('. West, of^Helena, and J. A. Clark, of Chicago are^among yesterday's arrivals.
Thecelebrated Holroyd's underwear at^Kates A Council's.
Kxt-uraluii to Malt Lake t'lty.
ctio^^ paoctw kail.wav^Pahmknokk Dkp't.,^Bt 1TK, Mont., Octola*r 21. lt*^. )^Agents: Garrison, l^ta-r Ltalgc, Warm^Springs, Stuart. Auaetuida. Silver How.^Hutte. Divide, Melrose. Dillon, Bed Bta-k^and Spring Hill, Montana^You may aell^exciiraioii ticketa tt^ Salt Lake City 011^I IctolaT ^^th, 2!Hh and :^lth, at rates given^below. Ticketa gtaal going to anil includ^^ing Octola-r :Ust: good returning to anil^iiicliitling N'oveiiilw r tith. 1MB. This till^attaint of the ^(iihuorc -lubilee.
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Thelatest fall antl winter ahu|M^a in the '^ei-lelirattsl Christy hats, ut Katt*a A C011-^llell's.
Asituation in gna-cry or fruit aton*. by^marrital man. Haa live years* experience j^ami can write ami s|x-ak Fn*ucli antl 1^Kugliah languages. Address 1'. ^ |. Imjx 52t*.
Moneyto hull! oil improved farms nillL.^city property. Se^* advertisement North-^western (suaratity Loan Co.
K.stesA Coiuiell's fcl.itl ladi.-s' cloak ia^worth JU.on.
hwi'A Maxwell are agents for the cel^^ebrated Rial Seh.ail House shoes. Every^^ stir warranted.
Fromthis day and date henceforth^there will appcareach week in this^column something new and to^your intersts in the way of Cloth^^ing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and^Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Al^^ways look out for Special Sales,^as from time to time we are bound^to have them.
ESTESit* CON NELL
Guaranteeto save you from 10 to^15 per cent, on their new line of^Clothing if you will buy from^them, as 4hey have bought at
Erices which cannot be reached I^^y competition, owing to the fact^that they buy in larger quantities^and carry a larger and better se^^lected stock than any other store^in Anaconda. They have the new^^est and latest styles and designs^of Cloths direct from New York^in their
Consistingof Imported anil Do^^mestic Manufacture. A PER-
1TCTFIT is GUARANTEED
orno sale. Now is the time to^buy your Clothing, as the stock is^new antl not broken. Call this^week and examine our goods and^prices is all we ask.
Wehave recently secured the^sole agency for
Stacy^ Adams' Fine Dress Shoes
Inmen's wear, and as this shoe^has a world-wide reputation for^style, finish and durability, anil^being the Iiest Shoe for the Least^Money it will pay you to look^over our shoe stock.
Asplendid dress shoe can be^bought forWe are also
sellinga shoe for S2.75 that we^guarantee you can not buy else-^were for less than S3.50. Our^SV50 shoe is a rattler, and we will^also save vou Sl.OO a pair on^them. Right ^ Richard's Shoes,^which always sell for S5.00 every^^where, and are hand-sewed, we^will do them up for S4.00 a pair.^We have a good line of nailed and^unnailed shoes for heavy work,^I antl the prices are right for you.^The boys are always plcasxi'd to^show goods antl prices, antl they^are certain at the prices you w ill^get that you are bound to buy.^Inspection of our stock is cordial-^Iv invited.
Watches,Clocks, Jewelry, Op^^tical Goods, Silverware, Etc.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealer*
Beef,Mutton and Pork, (-
ka1h i.kai im
ANACONDA,MONT.^roritTrot ii truixumi
CornrrFront :iml Main Htrerta.
TheFinest of Imported Wines^Liquors and Cigars
Tobo found in the rtt yrnott uiitly on hand.
AnElegant Free Lunch
ServtMboth I tor and Night.