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THE ANACONDA STANDARD
" USMEp EVERY MORNING IN THE
WEEK EXCEPT MONDAY.
S~ W -a . .a' g" t um doma" a
ý. ciba. a qiittt mOSS
dMawar m r bbt
% Ma arf daly mewu.wnp with aekwwaa~b dl.
Mrbs Ml Amrig 'ounty. Ui prlS
mwe S.*Wtaifrad as than amy .*het
Si týaaI -e barsd . lefev abmua Iwld be
0 a Male ad Third greta. Anacomda.
TUESDAY. DECEKMBER ii. uirN.
At the head of the ways and means
eoamittee. nla the house of representa
tlres. Mr. McKinley is is a position to
I the country better service than if
Swad beewn elected speaker. lie is a
emger man for the place than Mr.teed
would have been. The omission of Mr.
Kelly from the committee is explained
io this morning's dispatches.
City Marshal McArthur of IButte de
earves the endorsement of every citizen
of that city in his fight against the
hardy houses. The march of progress
meet sooner or later stamp out these
evils, and the female beer hall employe
will be forced to join in the procession.
Hardy gurdies are relies of frontier life,
and it is high time they stepped aside
and allowed the procssion of civiliza
tion to move on.
George (lould imaveigkle lais father
into a scheme to hull .Missouri I'aciftc
last week, but the old gentleman's
laus maiscarried. Every wire was laid.
but somehow the market didn't boost
worth a cent. And after 1ieorge and
his dad got through boostinig anid
stopped to catch their breaths and see
where the trouble warn, they discovered
that young Eddie Gould had been sell
tng short his father's railroad stocks.
Itis said that Edwin is richer by*I~l,4lMl
by the tuasle with his elder brother and
Not many days ago half the republi
saa press of the country was turned upi
side down and a big majority of
the managers in republicamn politics
were thrown into confusion by the ap
pointment of Leech to the otfice of di
rector of the mint. That official comnies
to the front now with cordial endorse
ment of Mecretary Windom'- "lplani"
in comment that is absolutely beyond
the grasp of the average reader and
that is as meaningless as the whirling
of a detached wildnilL That's what
Leech was hired for.
Hlutte is having a wrangle over rival
Are-alarm systems. Nome of its skler
mem are going to Malt lake city on an
expedition that is absolutely useles, if
experience is good for anythingl and if
tests count. It strikes us that the
ebole between rival systems of alarm
service for Itutte night be made iln
Afteen minutes if the question were
treated on its merits and if thelw city is
sistled to take what the best towns in
this country have approved, irrespective
of polite and suggestive attentions paid
by Interested agents to mcmblers of the
AT THE MINE
It is altogether probable that ten days
will elapse before the Anaconda mine
at Butte will be opened agaill. The
utmost was done by superintenldent
Carroll. last 'aturday. to reach the
bodies of the unfortunate victims ofthe
fire, and in fact the exploring party
were at one time withinl a hulldred anld
fifty feet of the spot whelce it was
hoped to remove them to the surface. I
The presence of gas made alother adl
vance step impossible.
The bulkhleads ill tile -t. I.awrelince
and the Anacolnda were out until late
Maturday night. They were Iput back
in place again, it ibeing the judglmenlt iof
Mr. Carroll that longer time shouhl ltw
given for the complete extingulisnment
of the tire. The inspectioln. however.
furnished no cause for alarm as to tihe
extent of the ldames. and the milie had
been open for nearly ten hours before
any quantity of smoke was encountered.
The chief annuoyance experienced oln
Saturday was due to the imnmense qualn
tity of gas which lay like a dense cloud
on levels near which the tire was origi
It is contldenltly expected that the
delay caused by tihe tire will not ie
greatly proloiged. In any case, cur
rent stories regardiing its alarming ex
tent have no foundation anmid are ot
supported by the testimony of any otth
eer connected with the mine. Nuperimn
tendent Carroll expressed deep regret.
yesterday, that the remuoval of bodies
from the mine could not have been ac
complished wlwni atuirday's explora
tion was made. A tire in a vast mine
Is, of course. always attended by seri
ons possibilities. anid the conltlagration
in the Anaconda is bad at tiwe bet. At
the same time, tile presnt situaltioni is
such as to furnish ample reasonm for a
hopeful feeling regarding tihe situia
WAITING FOR THEM.
We may not look for any offers of
eompromlse from democrats, in settle
meat of the pending trouble at lielena.
Two attempts were made, last week. to
end the quarreL Iloth of them came
trondemocrati c members of the senate
sad house; both were flat failures.
The plan of the democrats was to
bring the warring elements at Ieleea,
t a fall and searching investigation of
the dkm d votes t the tuasei pe.
-n The eontrol~r m~tlwv with the
mephiaaem was to s to any ar
raeameut that would ine f theo t
party the election of two United -tatas
senators. Evidently the rascality which
had its birth two days after the t(kto
ber election has not yet lost its grip,
and its intluence in party politics Is
stlU the commanding feature among
republicans at Iletena.
We muay expect, therefore, that noth
lg will come of any suggestions that
contemplate a review of the vote cast
at the Ilomeetake precinct.
In this view of the case, there is no
teling how long the legislative block.
ade may he kept up. Meanwhile, all
the purposes of the people are over
turned and all the demands of the pub.
he service are disregarded.
There is a point, however, beyond
which delay will no longer he tolerated,
and theen the people of Montana will
call to account the handtul of republi
can aspirants who started Il to steal the
vote of this state, ansd who, thus far,
have failed at every point. This state
is going to furnish a new proof that
justice may sleep but never dies.
IN TrIS CITY.
It is no wonder that people in Ana
conda should worry about the condition
of affairs at the mines of the Anaconda
companly in Butte. It was hoped. of
course, that last week's inspection
would fild the Anaconda in condition
for a speedy resumption of work, and
all reports received in this city, aup to
midnight of Saturday, were of an en
couraging nature, but it was generally
knowna, a few hours later that the tire
had lnot yet died out and that the hullk
hwads had been restored.
The smelters at the upper works and
at ('arroll are runnliang with full forces.
Sixty-five carloads of ore for treatment
at the lower works are comling into
town daily, and the supply of conceen
trates is very large. Ilowever, the
enornmous idaily consumption at the
works rapidly exhausts supplies, and it
will not be aany days or weeks before
this city will need ore from the Butte
properties now closed down. If thle
reasonable expectations of WSuelrintent
dent c'arroll are realized, there will be lno
break in this city, and any prediction
regarding a shutdown has no other
foumdatioSn than is found iln the general
theory of tiumse wlho, knowintg none of
tihe details, are sure that the mirne
will be closed for months.
It is certain that no conclusion to
close the Anaconlda works Last been
reached, asd the present sitlatioln war
ranlts a hopeful feeling which all of us
sholkid uaintain, as olong as we have
reasonable ground for it.
('ollis lP. Iluntington, railway ma.g
nate, and part owner of Primice Iatz
feldt, has m.oured the endornwvment of
the New York ('hasaher of (onmmerce
in hIis eflorts looking to the repeal of
the Chinese restriction laws. The man
who can afford to pay #2,5t0i,JoU) for a
pauper prince, is greatly ilnterested in
tihe importation of paupelr labor, amid
he lisn't at all backward ini making his
interest known. (Of course Mr. Hlullt
imn.tonl argues that it is for the good of
t-me country anid all that, and while the
gokld barons of the chamber of con
mierce may be hardly able to pay a fair
price for a fair day's work, it is doubt
ful if the Americanl public will approve
of any plant which contemplates the free
admisslonl of this class of immigrants.
The Chinese question is too thor
oughly unsderstood in the west to call
for argument here. To nie a much
quoted phlllrae. it is a conldition. ult a
theory, that confronts us. UInder our
lax laws tllis country is being filled up
with a class of ilmmigranlts who are not
entitled to become citizens of tlhe
I'United States, anId i maIn who is not
tltted to enljoy the rights of franchise
ought not to ,w permitted to enllter our
'there are plenty of workiugmen in
the I ilted 'tLtesl to supply t lheldmant,
asld tlhee iso lirgenl t tedtni for thlealwr
laibor. Plerhaplilis. it ome of stur million
sires would contenlt tllemllmelves with
fewer luxuries inl the way of exlpensive
son-inl-laws, they mighlt not teel tihe
terrible strain onl their pocketbooks
caused by tlme demand of the American
workullluigan for fair remunuleration for
his services. The country doesm't need
pauper labor any more thanl it sneeds
HE IS FOR IT.
If President Harrison wants to make
an issue of the propositionl for a unation
al election law tle Democrats will be
glad to try it on.
The aim of tne measure is to give the
general governmenlt control of the elec
tion of mnembers of congress, the expee
tation being that if the republicans,.
now in power, caln get control of elee
tions inl the S.outh, they will chainge the
politics of members fromn that section.
Tihe country remembers what manner
of mnen were brought into political im
Iportance. Inot )o Imanlly years ago, wenll
the replublicanls were runnling electionsl
in the soluthetrn states.
The suggestion advanced by the
'residenlt foullnd its way into tile rep-tllt
liHean platform adopted in New York
state iln September. The NTANSIDAIII.
referring to it at the time. rel'nmarked
that a mneasure akin, to it lhad Olnce
beenl passed in cOvnilgrel onlly to be pro
inounlced uncolntitutional by the ina
tionl's iighiest court. Tihe party is at
it again,l however, and a Illeasulre to piut
the nllanagenllenlt of the elect ion of rep
resentatives unlder the control of con
gress will doubtless be pressed onnce
more. It caunlot be that congress will
permit it to become law.
A settle treat c amodu r bo beon
robbed of Sis. Bumiee on 16euIeta
stueet ear lines mu. be pickian up.
The 'hineme mlnister to tbal comauty
myn the Chica'b o TmWa, im. aid-to be feod
of walking. It is just as well that he is
for if that threatened revolution shetld
transpire its tle* celemtial kinldom the
mninasiter miuclt mave to walk ibomn and
thie distance is long.
TN.< trnll "uilwak emay," applied to a
dri.Ni.,lac.. witlhmet a licnse., has e
come piwnpllaril-al iln Philaedllphis. The
Q"maker City is m (eaI a quiet town, aym tMh
New York Tr~hno . tluat tih limahltle of
strsll pelucm have to ape"uk easy to eteape
thei nothi. of tel Iolice.
Ix-Govetror White saps In agn isi
view if he were the lieutenautatenvs
be would settle the whole matter In 36
hours p' thbrowinry at Menlear Mes
moars and sesting Mr. Watesam, the .
tested candldate of Fe.gus county. Whit.
is black after all and let no one !di:ug.
the propoamtion that four and fomer mske
The announcement that the rump ,
pulickans at Helena think of electing l .
Platt ('arpenter a United States se ato-.
luhas et the state of New York ln a broad
grin. If Carpenter were known ..er,.
where as well as he is in New York there
woukl be achb a arin across the eatlre
country that the man in the nsoon world
think this continent mad split in twain.
The wife of the postmaster of M armilles.
Ill.. is masuing him for divorce, allegigg
among other things that he dlashed a pail
of codl water over her while she was in
her nalght rowes. It is not always clear
what actuates a nman to throw cold water
on his wife, hut in this came poerhaps she
had expressed tlh hope that le had saet
the letter she gave- himn to nail last sm
An effort is heing manade in Great Britain
to reIpeal the anlcient law ceordig to
which Jurymen are de.kled refreshmeant
whenl they are eonesklering their verdlets.
The Lo.Mdua Lauerw, which is the princl
pal organ of the English medlkal profes
Joan, calls for sme relaxation of what It
lesignates as "the antkque rigidity of the
law" oml the muhjeet. It surges that anet
pers.ns whlen hungry he~Kolm angry, and
the irritat.ed mind is sebmore J.st.
Youe don't have to bother mecurlnag me
served seats in seuse of the Mexican thea
tre"; for there are no seats at all. You
lust mend yaour servant ahead with one of
your chairs. and lie does all the hustling
neceImary to secure a gourl prsition. If
yoam don't have a servant or a chlair avail
aide, you can hire a chair at the door for
O cents front ans old woman who, as you
may her, will unurmur, "Give me a cigar
ette'. mentir, for G(od's sake," in Iqukil
'astilani. Shre doen't t mean to he irrev
ersent; she ia only isiing a ecnumusn idiom.
Atkelina Patti. having Itemea aunnormed by
the apt)lsaraele of a few silver threads
"ansuIe lher raves Iloks, nco.lsk*dedl that to
dye Ilseal blaUk would curly he a confes
!onl of age, ma she has had all her hair dtre
a rukills aIrlOwa. The ad.llixture of the
brown may keep him away for a while. hgt
the w i:.e horso which is uasually attensd
ant uIsp,: esrb inflrnuities of the aImr nmus
-n* exptcted hy Adeliesa at any tieio, to
gether with hisi rkler. wlho.. accmrdilla to
ancient tradltion, has a great deal to do
A Baltimore Justice uha deckide that
the ust of the word "tanu m" is mnot pro
fanity, unles it is coupled with the name
of the deity. Its character and respect
ability beling trum established, andul eing
regular. tralnmitive. short, expressive aind
the ponesmmor of all other qualiflcations
esselsial thereto. there seems to be mo
good reason why this verb lshoulk not he
smhaltituted for mconjulgaton in the gram
mnars fur that odl deceptive, illogical aind
inakIlliable verb, "love." Espe.ially
wou kl the strng points of the verb
"'l"dala" h' Iwrought to the front wheni the
class reached the conjugation of the uLs
perative nuatl, and that easse with wlahkl
the dullest would learn aand the eagerneens
with whkich all woukl recite to the teacher,
"uldanan you. or you It' dlsaniued" woultl
Tomorrow will be celebraterd the cu
teantial of thle openilng of lIo Anwricasn
cOulgrees. While Iso elahorate pruagran
for the onbervance of the day uha
been prepared, it is srnderltoml that a
majority of conarres will celebrate at a
formalil "ogllning" of Ut'le Levi's tbar int
thei evenllilagt. Th'le melosl o.llwilng lan
. suwe hblane atlvaultagew over the first. for
hllile tinh ONEllilg of conII1KsW is a fit.
lhistoric(atl evest. tl. lprmlper c~cele'ratioln of
w.iichl Iar inveses.ary liluitations, as to
tmlll', the opllning of ttIe vice-prelkleslt's
saltIn hIII not evens t1he .strictions of a
mnovable feast. I.lt Isaiy O ce'ltwratedl at
a.)y timhe any C.lelhrautr thinks 1we has
it.nisillon to LelebMrate. There will le a
tIlirtd .lwnilng -the upelsinag of the ey'es of
his conIltittuellt Init that he won't feel
Mormonism is .ob.ULm.
Konmu Ilse kluI.N Travelker.
MlonnuaismiU s Hn Uh llasi mand aboqaki be
Irratwk as sucb.
5%.rhaps . M~am (Ca FIrd T.h .
Vnun Ike Vhkeawm Tunes.
Stasaley hIaIs arrived at the coast aU nato
a mid msound. hbt snmuw o1 the minse who
started jIm to .enee kn bm a still lont.
A Twadliwun K Ip.d.
Frvrm the St. 1wmli· clkdw I*usulf
(t tl of tkhe naist intseeting thitg in,
nu,,rection with the pnrrksident's *nwUUm
Is ulw fact that it waie kept a profound see
(lit Up ) 1) 1tw lust 3IkofWflct by a wonYUa--
t1H. white' leous' mteitgiaruper, Muss Sun.
\uo 3.1k. rh1tu c ll k a.
( Igr t"%t."ntIH MeumItetnporawy. the I'taila
tl.ItIhiti l...ymuirvr, putidu1a.I. a M)yU)oMiutnf
oln list- qhtkiln. "In HeaveOn a Plaee 7"'
TI'.e Rllentl .tntkulIIa~nI of fl5phinon we..,ni
jib In .l ut It Io nio) aIII it Plaee - PbIaIak.I
Thy Wansl Haone.r a C.Irm.
-Frn thlw Atlbany Argun.
(General Hovey. presklent of the S.rvice
Pensllon ausoelat.nn. wants a pe.ario fIr
every man who served at least sixty nays
In the Unions arnuy. principally as a mark
of ho.aor like the Victoria crros and the
French cordon of honor. Why on earth
not give the sixty days' amn cre.ses or
Mh ao rulhmoam In dm. In Ragland mUd
vftf..v Gasmaum Herov, mmo.hv aloha
Ammilm thim am" of themamommy tbaft
maw~ I~ moth .1 bu rn t.
any umbr of house
7umm Ut Now Yotk Worl.
Wbhe sucb aa Iullentall epublicmn
newspapermua thb Slasa Coy Jourrm. do
(larem, hs problhldm .uperlment a fallow.
- politilall of soun--maad cmli. an Obw
rvopmacma party of laws to uwenauuLu thin
fama nti cease makina a fool of Itsef, b.t
enumwriung offset of the recent repuhil
cmai defeat in lmt mate becom apper
Ifthere hue hues mp daub" Utha thu
MaItawIs dwmt.e~s were thuswuaukhr·du
it Iu dimipaud hp SWU uu .a to reunpre.
mire wih thre wuulk'aa, us thar th Eu.
insutreb apr be eaumvud and a eumaor
orbos. haw e=k partp. The denMwets
are in tU rulht and they knw it, mad
they do not mass bt o idown and 1st the
sepsbie nsm walk over thug.. Caoe
qssaty the Moatana dommuate have the
nml iud whe ci evr lovesr at hair piat ya
that couamtrw h.useintiv at usrtr
The tse of fBrearm in war in England
was introduced as early as thme reign o
Edward III. 131T).
Wildmills were not known n England
at the conquest but were Introduced in
e.. than a century aftrwad
A trade with Norway Is known to have
been carried on by the Heotch in the be
ginning of the thirteenth century.
Tim coast of C.onectieut was first ex
plored by one of the early Dutch naviga
gators, Adrian Block, who. in 1614, was
the firmt European to eail through Hell
Gloves appear to have been very rare
among- the Aglo -NaMonse. Among the
representations of male figures they are
never mnet with, but hrpst a law of Ethel
iurd the Unready it may he Inferred thatat
the close of the tenth or tihe beginning of
tihe eleventh century they were great rari
ties five pairs lormning a considerable
part of the duty paid by a society of
German merchants for the protection of
The Boston port bill, a law paNned by
ngland to ome the port of Boston. went
into elrect June 1. 1774. The day was oh
served in Hartford, (Cnn., as a day of
public mnourning. The town house was
hung with black a copy of the hill was
posted on it, and the bells were tolled all
day. Even so far of as Virsinia the house
of hergeses attended a solemn religious
.-ervice on the occasion, and heard a patri
otic serearon froen the chaplain.
The two colonies forned by colonists
who caine out under Governor John Win
throp. the Plymouth and Massachusetts
bay, were for many years independent of
one another; but the Plymouth colouly,
though the okler of the twu. grrew far
nmore slowly than tihe other, and was at
last united with it in ltN2 tunader the nsame
of Massachusetts, the name bein takeLn
fromn one of the tribes of Indians inlhabit
lst the. noil. The me.nling of the word is
maid to he "Blue Hills."
A TICKET SWINDLR .
Hew tle. Relaeal 1nee.esel to Vletimnlag
the. IPatroes a is .uret ('Ows.
"'Amunt a year ago" sakid a veteran of
the rinog to a New York uon mans, "I was
with a rirs.us traveling through the west.
A more arrant set of thieves I have never
seen than those with this show. They
were all swilndlers and they seemed to be
glad of it.
"To begin, one fellow aid $50 a mnonth
for the privilege of selling tickets. Forth..
privilege, mind you and as be had to pay
s own expenses be had to rteal $0 from
the public before he eonlamenms.n to nake
ally money. He had to make a good many
"m-utakes' in order to cane out even, but
he al ways managed to he tA or $IM
ahead at the end of .a . mo nth. Tbi'
amount (kl.pegded one the amount of husi
nae clon. by the show, for It I. hard to
make very many prolitahbl mistakes ex
cept in a rush.
"The show was a small affair. and stakl
from two days to a week in a place, and
charged 10 cents for admisslon. You see
it is a great deal harder to mak.e change
for 10.tent tickets than for ttekets selling
for 25 and 50 ents. In the latter ease the
tickeS-.eller never has to hand back saore
than two coins when changing Si or legs,
while in the former be has to hand froma
two to four coins back. and not so nmany
eole e"offer the exact change. This par
Ceur ticket-seller was what the tre
prietar of the circus called
c'lain-lilghtn iag. He was a smart
fellow, and he was aware of it. He
would sit in the ticket wagmll and whent
there was a rush he wouldl nlake errors
withl a precision and to sBuch purpose that
no one wlo IhandIed In ovter M0 rents would
get the Ipoper aneatcent of eltange. Most
of the people who were swindled did not
motice the difference. Sonse of then who
did notice it would not create a row for a
small amount iln such a crowd. BuLt s.nse
of them woukld kick. and in that case they
would receive the pro)pr change. arccon
panied by such a pleasant and hearty
smile and apology that they could not
feel alggrieved at the attempt to cheat
"Whenevet r a guy kleks up a rumpus,'
be would may. *1 auas grvea him the rht
echanme and pretests was all a amo ke,
and there never was a strirhbter man than
me. TIet is ther beat way ter treat tber
bloke, fer if yer tries ter argue and bluff
him be will raise such a song and dance
that every blasted guy ins ther lot will tum
ble ter yer game, and will watch tr se if
yer tries ter bold out anything. ee T"
"But the easiest victims were u l
lows who had girls along. As the
seller put it: 'They are just pie.' You
tsake a ynsag fellow with a girl o eahob
arm and gloves on bli hands and he is a
bnb that a cirr.s mnn regards as a
boundest duty to flee-e and be performs
that duty et,.erfully. The poor -0llow is
anxious to appear in the best light before
te irk. ,and when he ets his tickets he
prsents a $10t or daD bill.
"Thl. cents fromn a twenty," says the
seller. her,,e s your tickets and hewr is
your change." and $19.70 Is carefully
counted Ifron one of tie showman's lhands
to the other and tack again. "I believe
that is all rightt," he says a be counts it
the second tine. It is all right and he
urs the changlle into the outstretched
had of tl' swain. who I. anxious to treat
amonetary matters as of little importan-e,
sad be dropa the silver into his pocket.
He gore on his way rejokiing, and feeling
that no circus ,man can beat hint. But
the tickbt-seller is satisfied, am be is R
ahead. having deftly 'palnmed' that
amount wheln he twtended to pour what
was the correct change into the hand of
the maln with the girls.
"Another bold scheme is for a man to
;mount a box and begin sellin concert
tiebkes at the close or the pe snae.
l. sells tickets all right sil se one
MmYLo rn follow im----R the o 01 a"d
Maness tIno t he .d crwdTb-a n
he changes h elathes. Of course
the snm who huas, e swindled
creates a dlotWotie., but that gi all the
wnod t does him. The circus men are all
too blts to Hieten to hims, and if he he
con too n osum burly canmrUan
wil whip blm. Of coarse this game can
be worked only whrn there ham been a
large attendaseU . At murb a time. it no
one presents a bill to ste fakir he will In
dute some one to do so by offering a tick
et for nothln I a Imle bill is offered.
marin tt Uta shbbow oe not want so
much silver as it is too ineonvenenit.
"With the show I was with there whs
one shrewd fRnaneer who sold tickets for
the reserved eats. He had a henevolent
look that woull meven to indicate him na a
nice victim for a conflhk.nre Iunm, but
there were no insects perceivable In hin
inuseeliate neilhborhoin. When we
reabeud a new town he went to all the
ca.ndy, eiar and toy stare., the news
rtad«l* and the postollce and iecuredr all
the nikel th = peent s that he could.
These be would pasu or dins very read
ily. epeclally at nihlt and lon the old iejo
ple and eohldren. Oh. yes. the.e felkIw
would swindle a &-yar old or a ceienear
iant with equal deliglat. Tlhiy ldkl iuct
seem to have a particle of honor when a
penalr was in conissa ration.
" Fifteen thouasand dollars was too
mubch money to let go by. It was more
than he could era in several years of
wskh at the h be was getting. while
If I got t I thens have enough to
start .. se good business. settle down and
live like a respectable gentleman. At
last mews reached my ears that the chief
of pollee had resigned his position, and
was about to leave the city. Froae that
time I ekldom let him get out of mny elht.
and when he started away I was with him
and even in the same car, although he
did not know it.
"Well, to make a Iong story short. he
went to New York and put up at one of
the best hotels. I had the next room to
him. He not the lottery ticket eashed
r.ane there. ad then, after a few days of
ouaidoieeetng. hl e started hack for the little
Colorado eity. During all this time I had
no chance to get at the money, although I
knew he had it with him all the time, Ar
rived home. however, he was hot so vigi
lant, and I found out that be stowed it
away in asmall sate in his house.
"The Irst time he was hobae was the
only time that I could get the coin, for I
felt pretty certain that he would hank all
or a part of It the next day. So after the
lights were put out and everything hee.ame
quiet in bislboume I ented tere oneof
tae windows, aind golng to thel I had
but little trouble .n opening It. There
was the money in crip, new bank notes,
in ..000 hills. I hurriedly put it in my
pocket, and leavin the house caught the
night express for the east, lnd was miles
away bore the ex chief of police dieov
e.e his loss, and I'll bet the little Color
do city did not contain a madder man
than he was when he discovered it."
" He stopped there," said the narrator,
"rand I thought he had finished, but after
a nmomenet he went onl: * I brought all the
money East. intendingll to divide it evenll
with time wikow of Iny old pal, but when I
arrived here I found that she also had
died, and so the whole of the big lottery
prie fell to me. and I think I worked
ar for it, don't youl "
"There, that is tie story just as I heard
it from the lips of the masn himsnelf. He
is a respected citisel n one of the large
cities In New York state, and llt o-ne
man In a00) who knows him knows how
he got his start on the right road."
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