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THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1889.
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THEINGENUE OF FICTION
A( hu^lM Xmmmm W*mm We Meet la
Avery pretty *firl. with eoft ^l ark hair^^ltd A ^MMffill Aiurr, was sitting on tlie^(ato immetlinU'ly before mr, with a book^in her liaiul*. 1 knew her at um*. I^knew thut Iter nir reeerabletl a tlelit-ate^pink a^*a-abell. 1 knew that tier eyelualiea^muat inevitably be Ions. She van the^rltanning innocent type. Tlie bero IIikIh^her thna in Iter -ruileleae villa-re aimplie-^ity, readiittr aome barnileea story, in her^inexpensive white dreea, with the knot off^^ 'omutoii or garden -geranium at the neck.^He startles Imt a^ be |MutMea,and she 'Imp*^ber book uml he picks it up. It ia thiM^that the intimacy bea-ins. She ia tlie^Oaujrlitcr of the poor vicar, and lie ia the^aeion of a nfihle liouae. He haa come to^the village for the aake of rent, or flahinir.^or aketchili-f. Whichever it ia. Ite dnea it^rutber better than anyone elae. It ia a^way tin***** heroes have.
Thepoor. old. vray-he.ided virar iroea^^tottering about liia -rnrricti. uml never^aeea that a train for a tlirce-Tnluiiio novel^ia being laid iiutl.-r bia very nose. He ia^devoted, of MOT**, to bia ouly daughter,^antl hia blindneaa pit-cocci 4 paitly from^ibe childlike aiutplieity wliieb ia natural^lo theac aylvan lia'llitx, but also Im*c ailse^be muat la- aware by tbia time that the^-tory i'ihiUI not poto-ihly net on without it.^'So the hero makea love to Imt. because he I^ia not in the least ill love with her: and |^she does not make love to him, bee aura*^she ia very much in love with him. In^tbia sinful world the heroes tret most of^the undercut. A* a rule be kisses her on^the eyea and mouth alone; hut the nose^ami laiek hair are the only part of the
firl'shead which t be hero never kis-es.^le leaves the village anil marries some^^one elae. Then taMM the breakfast table^scene, which we all know and hate ao^well. She takes up the ucw*|^a|^cr with a^merry luugli, and auildcnly hiw the udvcr-^tiaeiueut of the hero's marriage. She^turns deadly pale, grasp*, tlx- table to save^beraelf from falling, anil, murmuring^that the heat is too much for bcr, and^that ahi* will be better presently, stagger*^front the room.
Thecomplacency und hlaudiioaa with^which this excuse ia always received ia^simply maddening. ^I'^M^r child!^ the^vicar luuriiiura |M-uaivcly, as he aipa bia^last cup of tea. aril then goes out to play^the fisil amoi.^ tin- azaleas without gi\ inir^the matter another thought.
Iftin* liook ia to la- sad, a he ia to pine^and fib-; if it ia to la- cheerful, tin- curate,^who has all the time adored her ill aecrct.^now comes to the fore, kisses over the^same old Krounil. and II n.illy marries bcr.^Aa I looked at her I felt sorry for her. 1^determined to give her a little variety in^her monotonous existence. So 1 steppi d^softly up to Iter, took her Ity tin* hair, and^kissed tile tip of her nose. There waa a^whirr anil a click as of machinery set in^motion. Then she gave a little frightened^cry anil Muttered like a bird. 1 might^have known it -a kiss ia ua certain to pro^^duct* this effect on the innocent and auto^^matic doll of fiction aa the placing of a^iwiiiiy in tin- slot ia to procure fuaeea wl en^you want wax vestas.
NOTICEOF SALE OF BONDS.
It)order of the City Council of the rMy of Aa-^aeoutla, trtere will la* soul at public auction to^the liinbift and tat* I.utiler for rath. MMf *a^coupon city Is.nds of said city, ia denonilaatioaa^of Mau and ^ I.ouo. ia from of II. ^ r irst National^Mauk bMlaliUK in Anaconda, on Wednesday, the^^juthtlay of Nuitmhrt, A. I), laaa.at I be hour of^j iiVhl I*. M. Said ImuhIs m-rr authorized Ity^a vote us thr ^^uali'teu elertani cf said city at a^Kciu-rai led li-u held for said |Mir|aMW oa the loth^day of Octol^-*r. I*at^. Said laaid* arr Issued fur^sewci a*ce purposes, art* rrdcvnialdt* in ten ami^payable in twenty year*. They hear intcre-t at^6 |w^r cent |a*r anniuii, payable semi-annually on^the first ilays nf January and July at Aiuviimla^or ia New York rity. They can ant he sold for^less than par. J. K. HOAH.MAN. City Clerk.
THECHICAGO^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL RY.
lathe Fast Mail Slant Line from St. I'aul^ami Miuuea|m^lia via La t'roast* and Mil^^waukee to Chicago anil all points in the^Kaateru Slates and Canada. It ia the only^line under one management between St.^i'aul and Chicago, and ia tile Finest^Kt|iiip|Mtl Kailway ih the Northwest. It^ia the only line running Pullman drawing^Kooni Sleeping Car* with luxurious smok^^ing room*, und the flueat dining cars in^the world, via the famous ^Kiver Hank^Koiite.^ along the shore* of Luke I'epin^and the la*uutiful Miaaiasippi Kiver to^Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains eon.^licet with those of the Northern lines in^the t.raiul I'uioii l^c|^^t at St. I'aul. No^change of cars of any class between St.^I'aul ami Chicago. For through tickets,^time tables, and full information apply to^any eoii|a^u ticket agent in tin* North-^weat.
EstimatesFurnished on all Classes of Work.
Someof the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda^Have Been Built by this Firm.
FirstStreet, JMear ^air\,
toftfar Jobbing at I.
F.Kirhy'a Hardware Store will receive^Correapoiideiice solicited.
JELL,HILL S THERRIEN,
Wholesaleanil retail dealer in
Stapleand Fancy Groceries and Provisions.
Goodgood a ami low prices.^^ SPECIAL KTTENTION TO r=eX7WflL.V TRADE*
DRUGS,FANCY GOODS, ETC.
ParticularAttention Given to Pre^^scriptions.
I.F=. KIR BY.
ELLAWHttLfcR WiLCOX FOUND OUT
Mere'*One I ^^-.^, I I tone Ity Stealth that Meea^Sunlight.
NewHritain di^|Kttcb to New York Sun:^lit-njainiii Winebeater. mi yearn old,of thia^^ ity, baa every reaaoll to bleaa the day that^Mrs. Klla WlM*eler Wilcox viaitiil tbc\'^*w^Hritain home. Several month* ago Mra.^Wilcox mad** a abort visit to tbia city, ami^while her,* abc waa taken to the home, aa^one of the allow places of the town.^Among the himatoa was Mr. Winchester,^who was totally blind. Hi' attraetiil the^attention of tin* poetess, und iMfoming in-^tercalctl in hia ease, she felt sure that if^be could la- treated by some off New York's^famous oculists bia sight conlil la- re^^stored. Mr. Winchester Itnully con-^teiited to Itave the cataracts which hail^grown over bia eyea removed by the atir-^gi oil's knife, anil be was sent to New^York ut Mrs. Wilcox'a cx|*cnat*. T1k^ llrat^o|M*ratioii proved only partially success^^ful, but it was enough to give the aged^man considerable pleasure and encourage^the ptM't-philunthrttpiat to try again. Four^weeks ago Mr. Winchester went to New^York, again at Mrs. Wilcox'a expense,^and submitted to another operation.^Tuesday Ih* arrived home, and stepping^from tile train, he recognized people^whom he hail not seen la-fore in ten^years. He walked ofT without aid. anil in^step and appcurall(*e he apeareil to he on^^ly about 50 yeara old. He was dressed in^a new suit off clothes, also given him by^Mrs. Wilcox. A happier man than Mr.^WiuclH'ster ilcM-a not live in New Britain^to-day, nor baa Mra. Wilcox a more cn-^thusiastic admirer. He aaya hia llrat read^^ing shall la* the Poem* of Paaaion given^him by hia fair Iteiieffacti-esa.
OPENEDJULY L 1589.
iMic at tlie li:milsonn'^t anil muat elcKitully ap-
|ainti'^l liotelv in the I'lliUnl stales lliortaiglily^^eaawtcaXi M*a1 |^ra^i^le^l with rtevatora. electric^la-Its, lirt* itlarum, running water, luttlis, steam^Ileal. co'.ii tire places ami all iiiiMlern iNmven-^leiK'leik. l'^aHiiN t-u suite mill ainglt*. Cuiaint* and^^set kw sf nelly to si-clawi. luit^*a frniii
$3.50per Day Upwards.
k.Kllnyt^^ si/.e ami eliara^-ter of rooms^uccupiial.
Announcesthe arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heatirvgarvd GooU Stores
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Comeand see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this^market. Don't forget to come.
MAINST., - ANACONDA.
FirstStreet, Near Main.
SUBSCRIBEFOR IT NOW !
ITIS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED^NEWSPAPER IN MONTANA.
KECHND BOTTLED BEER.
STEIGERA PAUL, Proprietora. Hrewcry at Weat End Fourth Street.
ItKb.IIAICHA I (ill. Manager.
HSKFOR HNHCONDH B
UKDaily Siaward //as the most
compittttieii's servict in the Arorth-
Inaddition to t//t
PracticalPlumber and Gas Fitter.
SANITARYPLUMBING AND HOUSE DRAINAGE A SPECIALTY.
inMontana. He^MMMm, llntte,^private buildings
DangerIt Inked hy t'lerka In thr^Treasury Vault, at WaahIagttni.^Krom the St. buns lllola* |teiina*rat.
Silvermeney pileil up in b^*ti|^a, like^eorilwoial or lumber, ia very daiigeroua,^aa it ia very likely to topple over and crush^the clerka. I know it aounda like a futile^to fellows whose suspeuilera have never^ta*cu aaggi'il by more than a listful of^^liiartcr dollara to talk of the risk one runs^in a place like this of netting crushed to^death under an uvelaiiebe of goixl uml^lawful coiuctl money, but the doligcr ia^great. Iicvcrtholesa. Tlie other day we^noticetl that one high wall of bags of ail-^Tor dollara ^ $501) in each hag ^ waa laig-^ging out in the miilillc to fail. The old^clerka all ran to let it come, hut the col^^ored man, ignorant of the tremendous^weight of silver, run up to the caving pile^and pushed with hia bauds, thinking that^he could brace it up. Aa well try to hold^up ao much falling atone.
Downit came with a crash, and tlie col^^ored roan bad a narrow escupe, getting^off with a few bruises and scratchet*. Six^inn ago, at our old office at Sixth and^LucuhIh atreeta, a pile of bags off silver,^^1,000 in a bag, fell ii|ion me ami bore me^to the floor, aiy head bad a narrow ea-^eu|M' from getting ci-uahed ill like an egg^^shell, and I was buried from the feet to^toe breaat. The Irishman who waa our^watchman then sprang to my assistance^and clawed tlie Ixuga right and left off me.^When I caught my breath again I waa^thankful for my escape from being^eruahed to a pi dp. There are people who^would like to take their chances of -ret^^ting buried under a heap of money, Juat
iapien-^foolish are to he found^among tlM* I'nele Sam hirelings whose dai^^ly toil consists in shoveling tlie surplus
Aceo rail tig to Mathematics.
fromthe Chicago I.iilger.
^Willie.^said the father, aa he opened^the arithmetic the little fellow brought^home and pnweeded to examine him on^hia lesson, 'what will two apples plus two^apple*, make^
Ifthey are where I can get at them^they will make a stomach ache,^ replied^the truthful boy.
Insome houses where tatardcra arc kept^the Wfukucss of the cofTco ia often oil set^by the strength of the butter.
Largestand Best Assortment ef Lumber in^Deer Lodge County.
I.ATII.MMMUw, WINDOWS AND MOUIJ^-^lNUB ALWAYS IN STtX.^K.
ALLORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
OfHie and yard near Front Mrret, east of the^railroad station. Auaeonda, Montana.
WOODAMU co A I. AI.WAVH in stock.
KimStreet Anaconda^vholmaij AMD RVTA1 L.
+B V^-T-C M-B-1
ThrOnly Fimt-Clojut Family^in the dtp.
Mr.Hitsley has done Home nf the finest plumbing work^did tlie work in The Montana Hotel, Alltu-oiida, W. A. ( lark's^Florence Hotel, Missoula, mid iu many other line public and^throughout the state.
Partieshaving plumbing to do should not fail to get terms, etc.. from
lbx ft.iO, Anaconda, Montana.
HREHLESTHTE FOR SALG-K*
NICHOLS,HELEHANE ^ CO.,
62East Broadway, Butte, Montana.
Press(/is/^a/e//es it has a special zcire ex
pressly to caver t/n^every t/uarter of the State.
WarmSpring Livery Stable.
fortlie sake of being where there^ty off it,but none ho F^*
Anew 4 room house and lot near N. I*. de|a^t^^MS
Tworhoiet* cottage homes lit South Unite, %^***^and at,jo.
Atwo story house of is nanus, hard fltSnhe.l^and well furnished, with large haselnent, hikI lot^.11 !^^' 10 j feet, ill center of city, al a haritaln.
Twonice houses and lots ;*^\ loo n-ct, each on^Arizona street, at a bargain
Abargain In a hulldiiiK lot ^ion^A barber shop iii a good hs alion with oat*^year's lease at ^ i.'. |mt mauth, f'.ra^Two nice homes on t'idorado street, f 1 ,'ssi antl
AMM hrlek, eentr illy lo. ,t. ,1, tJ.Tro.^An s rivoni. two sloiy liriek well Aiuslusl and^large lot, |y|t
MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FINEWINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS.
Billiardand Pool Tables
OpenDay ana Night.^MAIN HTKEKT. ANACONDA.
XIWest Park Street, Butte, Mont
TheStaxdakd wild jgiz'e to its readers^ez'ery day all the H4WS relating to polities^or to the business and social life of the day.
7rythe Sjaxdakd for the campaign.
canget it for one dollar a month.
SAMPRAM EN KO.
TheBest Conducted Restaurant^in Montana.
LANDAUS.BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
Our;SAIMU.KHORMKM for Ladles and tern la^are the Finest In the new (Mate.
CHAS.W. FRENCH. Proprietor.
Ktratstreet, Weat of Main, Anaconda, Mont
I.am*(irricK at Hki.k*. a. M^^*tT., i
^Ct 11, 1H*i. i
Noticeis hereby fcivrn that the fiHlowiug-^nanietl settler lias Died notice of his intention to^make final pnsif iu sti|^|h^rt of his claim, and^that said proof will he made h.-fore the clerk of^the prohaie court of I leer^at l^e**r Nxige, Mont.
..u ilner bond on t^rt^.'ni|*tioads.. No. 9..v1o. for^the nw^^ ~-s^ ^ec. tA tp. I n. r. II w. He nane-*^ths following witnesses to prove his conliiiuou^^resilience ii|s^n, and eultivation nf, said land.^vlj : Jacob stiickcy, Iturlon Vuirent. I'harles B.^Joues aud All^*rto Stevens, all tif Anai-omla^^^. W. LANvJIKIKN.
FreshGame, Oysters and Fisb,
Lsqwert, Cigar*. Candies. Nutt ana^Fruits. Buttar. Frash Egg*, aata
IxmIkccounty, Mont,^on Nov. Ism*.*, ^i/.
Ba Kim fMreet.
CIGARS. TOBACCOS. ETC^PoatoflBre News Stand^ANACONDA .... MONTANA
AFew Reasons why It^So Popular :
Itis famous for Its Home Made Pus,
Itis famous for Its Coffee,
ItIs famous for Ua Utmd RuUtr,
Itis famous for its ^iood Cookiuc,
Itis famous for Its Hoston^Hak^tl Beans every^Suaday nioruing.
ItIs rood netetl by a llusiaess Man on HusinetM
Principles.It is open at all hours. Hay and Night.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
*CITY^ BILL ^ POST6R-
UMorders at this office. All work promptly
a:tendedto. Auacouda, Montana.
WHOlF.SAl.K DKAI.KR IN
IMPOKTKD AND DOMKSTIC
PureCalifornia Wines and Brandies a Specialty.
Formerly Phil. Hest Brewing Co., Celebrated Milwaukee^Keg and Bottled Beer. Also the Best Tonic.
Afull line of Bar Glassware, Flasks. Ktc. constantly on^Prompt delivery to all parts of the city free of charge. Bememjbev^the place. Stone Building. West First Street, Anaconda, Mont.