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bwtng. Ober aew
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a SMewhe toe maui ~e p LE
01funny little dtmelik
I~peslttionaD loand meslue
Who will wear I Wonder,
Tiaw. quaintly rulae and ainewr
Unrmnentsa? Is 11w,, under
ThE com.wr a flawn,
Mae m"ain who wsitiIO aim to
(let inside such gear?
Are they for a lonnamT
(4*are they 14w- well. well!
Nmn, that little woaniata.
As None beneah a ajee I.
Will sit and new In silenec..
Wily, tii,.. alone taua tell!
i. M. 11. us In siwus c.hsr.
BETRAYED BY A WOMAN.
S(' ptae.r md ath o Generals JoIhe
SmnLmbtl,. (1. C.) spee.il to mt. i.aus (lobe-lMg
Perhaps no avaslry oae of the eon
federate anny was more popular tham
General John H. Morgan. of Kentucky.
His troops idolised him. for no
e was gallant or eaosiderate in
the treatment of his men. His
ragle death and thb eapture of
hi. personal staff at Greenville,
Tenn., on the 4th day of September, 1884,
is thus narrated by Captain James Rogers,
now a resident of Ahbbeville. this state,
Swboho was a mebnher of General Morgan's
star, and was present on the occasion of
bOn the third day of September, I &,M"
said Captian Rogers. "General Morgan,
attended by his staff, eaosisting of (Ca'
b-in Albert G. Withers, ('Captaill H. B.
C(lay, Major Garrett and myself, started
t'an Carter's station. Tenn., its command
of about 1608 eavalr, omposed In part
of the brigades of (antrell. Gilluer and
Everett, ad a reiment from General
ubn'Ms brigade, n e~nuuand of Colo
sei Bt dford and a secton of artillery.
Greeaville was reached about o' clock on
the eveniung of the d. The troops
were quarterel in and around
the town, with headquarters
at Mrs. William's whose reai
donese was situated in the eastern Iprtion
of the town. Colonel Bradfurd was or
dered to roads le.di in the direction of
Bull's Gap, the stronghold of thte enemy
as it was well known that General
GQllamn. with about 8,000 well-untanlted
non, was at that ?awe. It was t.w tan
pose of General Mrgan to move at 3
o'elock on the mnornin of the 4th of Sep.
temher. and to attack ith' enemy as soon
as he could reach hisU; but at about
I o'clock ons the murning of the
4th a terrible rain began to fall,
In consequence of which Gen
eral Morganl countermanded his orders to
move at 8 a. a. On the ighbt of the kld ass
old resident of Greenville camne to the
house of Mrs.WWiliaius, approaeled Majr
Garrmtt and I while we were sitti on the
front plasau of the bhoele. and Inormed
as that the junior Mrs. Williams had left
the tows. As it was known that her hus
basd was with the federal command at
Bul's Gaps. he believed that she lnendeod
r tetwry General Morge it prtible.
nowhere be found. Having implicit con
idenee in the onB ers in chare of dthe
kets. Gieral Morgan and staff retired
fra the niebt.
"As befuore stated. at about 1 o'clock the
trin came dllwnt in torrents. The couriers
and orderliei were quartered in the hack
p or portico of the house. General
orga ever mindful of the comfort of
his en, bhad gonedown-stairs and moved
t he bys Inside of the lower hall. The
house was a double brick. with four
roms on each floor. the, ecod story he
ll reaclhed by a winding stairway.
Te general occupied the upper front
room on the right. C(aptain Withers
and Major Garrett occupied ronlenl the
one opposite Captain ('lay and m li, the
other iln the rear of the general's room.
All was quiet until about daylight on the
4th when the writer was asked the cause
of so much firingl. It being very unusual
I approached the back window and found
that the hack garret and back yard were
lled with federals who were having a
regular duel with the orderlies and
eouriers below. No time was to bhe lout. I
rrn out and looked in the ge,
eral's room, and emane in collision
e with Mils Remhought, a sister of the Mrs.
Williamlls who had deserted and betrayed
is the night before. Miml Remlhought
was going to General Morgan's room to
inform him of the presence of the neliiny.
General Morgan was up and dressed in a
minute, and, accompanied by MIjor Gar
ret and nyself, left the house. We first
went to a small church situated on the left
and front of the yard. Finding that we
could not conceal ourselves here thie Gel
era ti ent Major Garret to the entrance
from Main street, to see if it was pos
eible to make anl exit hb that route. I
a Mr. Johnson, who was clerk for the
Shuatant-general, remained with General
n. We crossed from the front
ard of tht preulnies to tw e.arde.l of the
old hotel. whiich ocrcupied the southL~st
earner of the square. From the rear we
paensed into a small vineyard. By this
m tse of the staff who had remained
in the ilonlsu we're capturem, anul the whole
I town seemed alive with Yankee sol
diers. While in the vineryard we were sur
rounded. and General Morgan was killed
after the party had sairrendekred. The
old story that he foughlt until delath is al
solutely unstrue. as nlane of the party fired
a silot. The gleneral's body was the-l
thrown across a horne In front of a caval
rmnt , who aruled the streets shouting,
e your borsthief,' &c. Those of us
who were captured and the general's body
were remloved to the top of the hill, west
of Greenville, where we net Giilaln and
his conºmnand. By tlhi time the clothing
had nearly all been stripped from his
Sbody anld be lay like a hog in his
wallow, covered with blood. General
GUllm., however, righted this indignilty
as be should. He had the body placed in
an anmbulance,. and in charge of Captain
Withers. (lar and myself t was brought
beak to the Williams residenace, where it
was washed, dressed and left for re
moval by the Confederamtes. The oleers
of the staff were afterward removed to
Knoxville, froun thence to Chattanooga,
and in transit from the latter place to
Nashville made their ec-ape from the
ears. Captains ('lay and Withers went to
an(ada, and I joined General Hood at
the hiaw at tho e mth I.
stha of the AIra
WWr ANDrw rurr
wIn r- WUUAT
YMImiw o k nouwm. MAp bar m -
eselal tslw editorl tu loosom ers r.
She wIM no~e Iuses as wish an ley. us...
A w Laans ma bse sand far this wedi
The Du.hm of Prtsland lamt known
among the great - b spmm. labs sti
urs hier drerne as masseod rate, imne
psve e r 5M where se dW tom.
Torh br is msaid t. p jtrt of gist
pramrla r5 Usb Pai lpris kl twa mouth~
Amrkena artist. It 1. I5 lw 1feet mand
repreants She dIesovear of Sb, river
PINin. I 1516. T. arrti is Mi.. trbana
A woman who. like ('hark". IDk kaaa'
Jenny Wren, .mdd her living 1w dressing
and repairing doll., died in its. Paul 1"tc
week. Hundred. of her 1155k. friends are
mournIng her lom..
Mrs. Jimo: pOn't may7"Pairof wrl"nrsin"
L.alnu ay "'slssors." '
Lulu: How much did they .ast you, ,
mamn a ?
Mrs. Junus: Fifty ents a pair, dear.
T are ,00D medical women in the
Uinid .tates who.e inconos rsu~e. fr.mn
eIJlo to *1).oon a year.
Queen Victoria doesn't wear a geat
deal of fur. She bha an ad clok, how
eve in whic she eomfmrtably enases I
herself when travelin in the eaki
weather. It is made entirely of ermine.,
and the ermine is outlide. The cloak
gives her a very regal appearance.
Miss Bllen Terry says that she thinks
that "t girls like a eigarette and it doe.e
not harm them or any one else, there Is
no reasen why ther shoukl not enjoy their
quiet little pufr." er contra, Miss Nellie
PFarrn thinks that for a wonuan to m.aoke
"ls simply baostly."
A young lady of Columnauw. Ga., has
made a crazy quilt out of rlusisi.aa state
lot er tickets that failed to "connect"
with the prise wheel. The numbers are
worked In milk of beautiful colors.
Beri Djgger's dreams are now attraeet
ing the attention of the Bl5s Ridge' (Ga.I
Post. In 1871 he war a canlkidate
for the legislature. His opponents were
J. R. Chastln, youngest son of thei
late Hos. K. W. ('han.an, Jamues K.
jickey, H. H. Goloway alsd (:lharlk
Waters. Excitement went to a white
beat during this campaign. Mr. Dug.ser
was accused of selling out to Candler in
the congressional race Just preceding.
Two years before Dugger had taken the4
stump Il self-defealse, and dlid it to his
friends' satisfaction. The night beforeh
the legislative election Dugger dreannl.*l
of going to the legislature, and when he
not there, was confronted by four big
rattleslakes. He took bisa gun front
his shtoulder and killed three of
thena at tme first shot. The other still
showed flalht. He reloaded and tried to
shout the fourth one, hut hisl gun refused
to fire. He awoke and prediceted that the
election would result in a tie btwemen
himself and Chastion. When the returns
came in it was a tie sure enough. A new
election was ordered. The election he
tween Dagger and Chastain took place on
December. . DfIer went to Ro :Creek
on election day. O-n his return he stayed
all night with W. L. Vansant. Here he
dresaed of going down the
river on his army with his rifle on hbis
shoulder. Across the river he eplied the
buse dismond rattlesnake which be had
tried to shoot before. He tried to shoot it.
The snake reared his bead, looking as
venemen as possible. His gun fired, and
the rattlenake tuarned out to he a maus.s,
and with els.ns shot out, tell into the
river and floated off. He awoke andl told
Vansaat his ddeao, and said that he had
beaten (hastain. When he and Vansant
got to Morgauton the returns were all in
and showed Duggur to be the represnts
tive by eighty-four majority.
Wlidom In Ik41..S.
Vrum the lloton Courier.
Yellowly-We wrw peakingrll Whitely
the other day; I maid I thougrht him to hto
a very intelli nft man.
Browllly - You soke it fun, of eourne.
Yeilowly--Certainly out; I wa rin : oudt
Brownly-Why0 man. hlae's dlanih an an
orster in enmulpon. You rnever lea)l
blnt talk. Whewr doer he show hil. in-te
Yellowly--He seows It by keeplilng his
G. E. MAULK. J. A. STEPHveS.
G. E. MAULE & CO.,
Real Estate Dealers and Money Lenders,
Have for sale sad at inside prie.s. desirable Ogden propgrties, bo h hbuies sad resideeve. IsW
proved and unimproved. Are also iprprietor of the banutiful sul~abl-dMlisr known as
EBST LYN NN .
in whlic there, are st il mme ofn the an.n deslrable l.ts to be had at original prices with a cash iy
meat of oU teir cent. and msaue aionunt monthly without Interest. IAds rangy Irn i-re from StI toI
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profit. For puts mad h.ll Infonuant*m cllu or aaddre.
G. E. MAULE & CO., Butte, Mont., or J. A. STEPHENS, Ogden, Utah.
BILT"F. OFFICE. 4M31)N OPrIE.
JOS. F. ML.URR. Y.
Having purcbhased the buiness formerly eon.ulted hr Jaunm MeNulty IL now Pr.
pared to funish his customoer with the finest brands of
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be found in the city.
PRVITS R ND CON CTION ERY
shab sad ehboie. A we. smorted stock of STATIONERY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street. Anaconda.
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2-banvda..j. a WU.. 410S
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Luxurkiuns IMnalog M r les. Atnt Il m..hes
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Safety. Comfert and Courte.y er Owu
Uutte to Nt. Paul In 49 haurs.
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First sreet. Wed of Mat. Aaa..... M.a. .
ILAND Wrlc*K AT IIKLKNA. MOWT.. I
(Mt. I I. aMw.
N4ce is elwrte1 gtien that t.e 1.e.,ºwtng
natme-c w4-er has BledS mtuw of him lnllltc t1,
mnake inaul jwif in sulctstl oI his .-lain. And
that uaid woou will be mmcd Iwfci. the cSh~k if
tie- jurc ubmie c'net '.1 1kw *ANIrd coa~nty. Mnaut.,
at ICer u IANIMC. Mont.. mn Nov. 2i tn... viz.:
Icmnlauer Hand oin ne--eStu tS.. %o. r.N. fear
the nw' ma rts.·. 3e I. . % n. r. It w. He name-s
lbs fn1orwim witnessesm to prove his eimtiurncum
r-sickw.. uona. aud ce111,atkin ou. said ltand
riz : Jacob MUcwke-yitautl VI e-at, (Vharlem It.
Jone mad Alberta Myevu. all of Anacebnds.
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