HAND@OUP WITH A I TOlY.
-A U inlase4me I mes a lb f -
Poem 1he Washingms ofte.
Thas pair ahe made ha s. a elery.
Thl uaer was w aaat veamain of
tbh Svent preelact, aad hl polted to a
pir a i-sket-plaltd "heaasetas" whhi
wM bhasmt nwar the teispaema in the
"A hieory ?" quired the reporter.
"Yea, and oa that I ahall never orgt.
a-. years ago, nearaI, a nMogr nmaaed
James Carrll perpetrted an autese Up.
SMMr. Richard Thorem oBt Dkeye
Iow, Va. He made aood blhs searpa d
four days after I arrsed him here, after
a ehaO f two or three mtils. The lock
was srihklag when I brousbt him In the
dqpr. It was deeided to send him to Vir.
&nint at once, and O( reor Beniuin P.
a nd myself started with hilm.
There was a stron feelin a.ainst the
flend ant we feared trouble. Mayor Mo.
herty of Freder'ik, Md., was telt raplbd
to meet as. As the train topd at Tu.
carurs statiole about aW men huarded it.
Everythilng was conducted in the alost
quiet manner atxl notbing whatever maid
to the prisoer or us. The train switelhal
of as thePoint of Rocks. statito for Pred
orik. and as it slaoked its speed more
than MO n e1 ratlhew d around and, armed
to the teeth, tlwy iarnkdd the train asln
begaln cryil for v .iageance. We ap
pealed to them, hbut it did no o
They were bent upon their mii
of vengeance., aul a reiulnent ft
hraver Ilen than we could never have
stayed their hands. Carroll war draged
out, though we struNrged hard to retain
him. We were pushed to th o ther of
car and kept there unstl the lyncher hbad
gone with their mian. The men who held
Mu at hay were no anxious to see the lynch
ing that they left ns and we followed sup
the crowd. Again we were picked up by
main force aid carried hack to the
train, andt there guarddk until its depart
ure for Prederick, Fully m U men gathered
around the flend, and with a rape around
his neck he war giveni a few nimoment to
make his peace with his maker and then
was strunrg up. It was quick work. Many
of the lynchers hore tme tract of yearr.
as gry hairs covemr their heads; mnay
were yo.uan men ini the prime of life; all
were honest farnuerand had left mothers,
wives, daughters, anI sisters at their
homen, and the vengeance they had taken
war for their future protection. This was
late Thanrlday and the Iholy was waitched
until the next morning. witen it was cut
down anld turned over to the coroner. The
handcunfs were taken off and returned to
me and I never look at them without re
suemherilln the terrible experience of
that day. Ueut. Skippon had charge of
this precinct the,. and when we returned
next day we found hiims inlinue. The
news of the fearful affair was nore than
he could stand, alnd to-niigt he Is an in
mate of St. Elisabeth asylum."
BACK IN SYRACUSE.
A Chat With ltniphl A. Mes, ma Nas
L"s In the West.
From the tyrlruwe t4taeardt.
"N. A. Estes. Montana." is a nanm on
the register of the Vanderbilt House. Al
m t everybody who was in Syracuse ten
years ago will remember Mr. Estes, for
few naen were more popular than he
while he was here. It is just about ten
years since he took it into his head one
day to invade the wild and wooly west,
and from that time unatil Thursday last
he has not been hack to Syracuse.
"Now. I don't want to he interviewedI,"
he said to a masudard reporter, who run
outl of him in tie lobbhhy of the Vander
bilk. "W'hat do you think I could say
that would he of any possible ilaterest to
"You miglt tell lue wlhat changes you
notice in t 'yrrluse sils.e you went away ?:"
"('ha.bges, mImy dear sir, ankle frouw two
or three new business blocks and the new
city hall. I notice but little change. Why
t really seenms to mse as I net my old
friende that it was only yesterday that I
went away, for they. too are practically
unchanged. Of course. if I should go out
into the suharbs I have no doubt but I
would fall to recogsrise mansy of the kld
familiar spots. for the city has rrown
wonderfull. Perhaps rne reason why I
notice but little difference in the place is
that I read a Syracuse paI er every day. I
don't kip a line of the local, and so I
know pretty well what has been going oan.
I am enjoylng my trip immensely."
"How do I like the lWest ?"
"First rate. It is a rrand place to live
on many accounts. The chances for In
vestment are as golrn if not better, than
in the east. and the return. are quicker
and better, as a rule. In the west every
man has a chance., and if he has any abi
Ity, I care not in what line. ihuiselms or
the wprfessions. he will surely succeed. It
is tie place for yountg men, aid we'se
looking for them as fast as they come.
Anaconda, where I live. is, I think, d.
tined to herone a great place in tinme."
"How about politi(ks in Montana ?"
"No, I don't think I care to talk politics.
The fact is that we haven't had any
thling hit politics in Montana an so long a
time tlat I'm heartily sick of it all. Th'l
election didn't appear to settle munch of
THE ORIGIN OP "HURRAH."
A Britlsh Antheritv May* that the Cry
spriags Fraom the (erman.
Writing to the London Times with refer
ence to the reumark of its Berlin correa
pondent lhat the' exclamati.ni of "H urrah"
"is said to be of Selavoutie origlin." Dr. C'.
A. Buchanann of Kinlg college. London.
says: "I prestunet your (corrneT)ondent
must have some authority for this asser
tion, hut I hope you will allow mne to point
out that. as far as I know, the word is of
purely German origin. It is generally
assumted to he derivel froal the inm
itative interjection hulrr describing a
rapid movement. from which word the
middle Higs-Gernan hurlrn. 'to move
rapkily.' or rather to hurry. has been
formed. Hurrah is. therefore. nothing
else but an enlarged form of hurr, and. as
I maid, of purely Teutonic origin. In
Grimm's "Wortcrhrbch' we find the inter
jection quoted from a Minnesinger. It
also occurs in Danish and Swedish. anti it
would he interesting to know when it was
first introduced in this country in the
Anglicised form of 'hliLry.' In Germany
it was fr~quently mused during the Na
poleonic wars by the Prussian soldir
and it also occurs in some politics
and marshal songslll of those days.
Since then it seems to have been adopted
also by other nations, even by the French
in the form of hourra. That the interjec
tion did not berome so xppular inGer
many as a cheer at convivial gatherings
as in this country is probably owing to the
circumstance that preference was ylven
there to the brief exclamatlan MHoht!'
forming respectively the end and the be
grinning of the phrases *er lehe hora' and
b.ach soil er lehen.' Of late the word
hurrah seems to have become rather pop
ular in Germany. It is just possible that
the English reinsported it there or that it
was reived th through the magnificent poem
of 'Hurrah, Germania!' written by the
poet laureate of German people. Ferdi
NPew underwear. over-shirts neck wear,
hats and raps, boots and shoes, at Eate
W.M. L. nOn, P.isenL
MARCUS DALY, Vim P t.
W. 1. TIMemM4, Cambmr
. .--- - ---
SFlnt lltonil Bug
CAPITAL. - - $100,000
CaommeSe hidMsees Apr i. 1O.&
3my mMW al Dmoute and Pmw" Exchage
IaM tramait amenri ll btnlr l
oLmtku2 Lo. .....u..k.m. *I.
trhaNyw. I .ubLd.....a... 1 lW-i -
mhading ecitte oCf Kurope.
Aminrkwai Exghae NaUomal Hank... New Yorik
riteginha NUUUiU.m.. ... . ..(mtmalm
rta u l'Nat .o.al ank ... ........ 1Helena1
Cltark & Samb L.b . ............ ... LAdr l o
United States Depository
Capital (paid in) - $500,000ooo
S .mpls. - - - $S0oo0oo
C. A. PdK)AAWATEt....... ......Prslet
"L. 4.:,-,l,....... .,- . r e Ant. C'ashier
N. K. AT INato ...........AlstIaat ('ash.er.
A. U. Cara. e lerma tans
H. V. UtIA. IPetrr Lairsm,
C. W. ('man, IR. C. Wailar.,
f. C. Asy, . A. ory.
First National Bank
P.ioeer National Bank of Montana.
ORGANIZED IN x866.
Designated Depository of U. S.
hid Up Capital, - $00o00
krplu ad Prelts - - 500,000
8. T. HAUNR .......................Preskient
A. J. IDAVI.......................Vice-PreIklent
K. W. NIIIHT....................ashier
T. t. KI.INt'HMIi)T........AEstatot ('ashier
(iWKo. It. HILL......... aenmnd Assistant Cashier
HOAKI) OF I)1IKC'TOiU :
. T. Ilauser .John ('. t'urtin,
A. M. Hlter. it. N. Halniltnm,
t.raumtlle Ituart. V. P. Hitins.
T. H. Klenar.hmidt, enry M. larehen.
T. C. Power.
(enteral haking Iminess tranaseteld. Interest
paidkl tilme dLotralts.
CLARK f' LARABIE
(W. A. (LA..KJ. I. ('LARK, S. L. LNAIIAR).
BAN KE S.
BUTTE, M. T.,
lo a 4lruerall Hanklng lasiness and )raw Ex
clhatng on all the PrinLipal 'itles of the World.
ully :(old lust, (khd Iars, 4ilver ltullhuk and
'County Warrantu. Collet-los promptly attend
ed to. ('orrespmndent: Yirt NatS.luatd Hank,
New York; Bank of Blritish Northl America.
Montreal (ontlnental Nat lonal Ilank 4'hl tau:
OlmStana Natlnal Bank, Onmaha; M( .ormumlk A
('o., Mt Lake; Flrst NaLtioal Hank, tan Fran
Guaranty Loan Company
Capital, Full Paid, $1,000,000
MONEY TO LOAN
on town and hlIproved farna pr.,jrty at low
rater of interest.
FRANCIS L. IDE. Agent,
(Mile temporarily with J. R. iuarnan.
But One Chance of Cas from
HELENA & BUTTE TO CHICAGO
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAYS.
TheC. & N. W. also Makes Direet rnio I)epo
Cofnet*ons at hDenver with
U. P. & D. & . G. Trains
Lad ae Tlhrough
Vestibuled Dining Car Trains
TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGiE.
Many Hours hvred, and the Onlyr Is e Avoiding
Troues soand Lhaog I-ays at
DENVER AND COUNCIL BILUFFM.
ti sr by Everybody a the "~t lllatT
LINE" fro. the Wer and Northwest
To Chicago and All Points East.
Further information hfralshed brjnlon Ia
cilsc Tricket Agents at Helena and RuL
FRED GREENE, G. P. A.,
Salt Lak Clty, Utrh.
JELL, HILL & THERRIEN,
Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Furnished oa all Classes of Work.
Some of the Finest Buildings in Helena and Anaconda
Have Been Built by this Firm.
i I l ft . e J.hi'e as l. f. K .'s Hiadwe.s. n .w will us.alv. prnmpt .matio .
JELL, HILL & THERREIN.
ANACONDA. - MONTANA.
I. F. IR FBV. 8 ,,TmGc.,
Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of
Heatirg and Gook StoVes
FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Come and see the Hlandsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this
market. I)on't forget to come.
MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA.
B. F. MAHAN,
ROR L. STRTe u I N I N BROIKeR.
And, ('ollectlag Ant.
lirst Street Near Mails. - - - - - - Anaconda. Mont.
ANA COLNA)4 BRE I.VI \'G CO4IIPAilNY
KICG N D BOTTLED BEER.
STEIGER & FAUL, Proplietors. Brewery at West End Fourth Street.
-SK ORR NOONDR B1mm
FERG7L ESTATE FOR SALLe*
NICHOLS, HELEHAN & CO.,
62 East Broadway, Butte, Montana.
A new 4-remen lnesle, and leot neaw 1. P. depet A bargain In a btuiling lest
*l1uI. A btarwl.tr shop n a g.Nnl kNhila with ane
Two chtkce emtt&ge hlmane, in I4'nathl, Ihtc, u yaru lease at Ln oeur lueee te. Mna
and *ilJli. TwI*. nice Iom,.au .N ('ie.rI'a.Im sutret, iI,U0m and
A tw ty hums. of ti remsn.s, hard finished w ,itinr.
land well fturmmismal|t, with larl.s e ha.in.itelt. a.ai lsAt
atI by Ite feet. Ill re*llter of .*ity, a.t a mar, iU . A ro-ngM brlek, e t~r*ally l*.ate*d, t..7.n).
Tweo Wae," itenese ad lots Souedan feet. each me An -r-oon.. Iwo stry brick. wellU lulaled and
Arizona sitret, at a bargmirs. large kit. &twfvu.
MINING STOCKS .BOUGHT AND SOLD.
I *.C. SCHULTZ,
A. M., M. D.,
-- Practical Physician and Surgeon
I~~· 41K% It H )LI%·' AlIrI· Il14lI;All V.A~
r(**ul ~ ill )rvTi~ ~ll:r, · IIT rrr~* l .I
*b:( r I* k 114 a~ IaHn · 141ar(,·ra lt'a.4a47anl a. ,n
Vt s 're ha-~* l ha tat ito -m. mz~~lI rea*I~ ~llu na~. ha, hi
a *a la~t I nu~b *hraamga* MIMIu· m Lru~m al.
atnyh~·r. 4 l~larin Iw *.l uali·lc y ga.;;i~ t~la. .a.1.a1., Ira I a m*gm )1I'itiw l la..taaaai11a1ii
atir. Ta...1.sat aran a wmp a aat . r r (ul. Tr% lai a. I I. u ahal 1 a 1, 1.13kllL~~. ama, a la~,r. 'mmml.. ha.l
autataI au~r a.Illll ,I~ ll~\lw·. rl·,uln w ~r~lll·r~ rIl;~l*
I alra pus,. at ah .1~···s gatamIa aaral 3g hapmma r.l It *ay aamtpmliati~la iiO hl na I) a. almla;tlu mat %amaaI~· fai 1 natwM
I1V.~l~ I' IIy tlr' TL II* I. I*~1 mil··l'~i. aas-ultm..I ha mat~lstall almutr f r·lmlsmlam atl.-aigm. 'tll Ia)'rlro· (I b· u
u,11anaal 4alara..a~a alircrr o '1'*rIIII )~Iu ~~I~~ ~ r~l
Fresh Gae, Oysters and Fish,
Liquors. Cigars. Candies. Nuts and
Fruits. Butter. Fresh Eggs, and
COLJNTRY * IPRODIJC
-A arM'84 <%
Rat trs n. Assnumwa. MonL
BIELENBERG & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, Mutton and Pork,
OG ET,. rTC.
PAIR DUALW I KMAMONAll.L PRKICtI
J. P. DUNN.
-A 1 -
Produce of all Kinds.
VIltT ST. ANAc'ONA. MONT.
...ilt. (1001i OO4(O1c'TI3tU TERATNR.It
GEORGE W. AVERILL
Ftanll Prrlr*, ailn larrg.t Ih-ntal IMci. In
M.ntanla. Ikn*s all tIh lat.'t and eemnt lues in
In,.erTrn' dcutistry. aI'rr"* aln cruwns n r.rnts.
C. 'iape. IgldUt hrtdr~-w.rk. ,.hld alid asalminum
lttr elooa. In the higlhest styl*. of the art. All
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without
Pals when Desired.
Paorters ad OAces er loe's Store.
R. T. -L.'TE R.
First Street, P¢ear JLain, - Arscond
DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
Particular Attention Given to Pre
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J. L. HUV!WE LTO N.
Wb tieeaae and retail dealer in
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Good soods and low prie...
'Mil lC IG L MT PITI 0N TO I MILY TRMDU
Maim Stret. Amakda, - - - - - O pmlk daUrn
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