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They All D. it.
"Wbeci n" ae ye St. insyr orotV nam,,**
mMI va.y w MedM
:Iuu" S4Ie.Sy- d UW7EyIP 1iA' uhe raw.
" ,. msr.wmry`Hf"d.. *
4. wish .au rwud mmunias. sir!" w.hed.A
A DQMESTIC CHIRONICLE.
"Well, my dear." smkl Mr. Cavendish.
entering his wife's rooeu, "I've sent that
girl of yours about her husinesl."
Mrs. ('avendsh klooked lp with a start.
Nhe was huttosingl Boh's apron, patlently
bollowing him about the romm as he frisked
after the cat.
"What'?" said she. in a disnayed voice.
"I spoke distinctly enough, didn't I? I
.'What fore, Jan.'?"
"Insolence: that's all."
"But Lucy never could have been inao.
lent," pleaded Mrs. ('avendis, twitching
of tls last button froee Bob's apre in
"Oh, couldn't she, though? I Just wish
you had been thee, that's all."
"What did she ay, James ?"
"I told her she was hal an hour behind
with beiakfast and asked her what she
meant lu it. and she told nm she was do
lag the best she could and couldn't do bst
ter If alt the world dp upon It."
**ut. James4 the p sgirl is nearly
frantic with toothache this morning."
"I can't help that; she has no business
to answer one iampudently. It wasn't the
words so Rmuch-t was the mnanner."
"Poor Lucyt And you have diseh.sged
"That's you all over." said Mr. C'aves
dish, angrily. "I believe you'd take any
body else's prt a.inst mne. Yes, of
euer. I discu bher. I told her to
have her things outside of the house in
two ours or d fling them out of thewia
"Buet J what am I to do?" said
Mrs. ('avand who had by this timae eap
ursed Ethel, the second child, and was
-utoling her boots with nervo rapidity.
"With one at my sick headaches ca.sng
on. and Willie and Pen down with th
as-roles and not a soul to lift a hand for
"That's a ty question to ask." aid
Mr. (Cardih, standing with his hands
le his poekes.,j ".Ine would think you
woaen werede ad of sugr or salt owa
days. My mnoaher hmd tan chbldren--ene-
and did every stroke of work for 'em her
self year In and year out; and here you
make such a respus be cause you happen
to be left without a servant for twenty
four bours-Mecause of course, I shall ex
peet to stop at W ns' and send you up
a wede or a Nore this afterssonom."
Poor Mrs. Cavedis hearst into tears.
"James," said she, "Leay. was the best
girl I have ever had. You should not
have sent her out of the house in this
way. How would you like it if I went
dow to your wholeal boot and shoe
Sanddlrhce d gsur clerks :"
"I sh1oulk say You did perfectly right,"
returned ('avendih "if trhy answered
ou imperCtienetly. Now do't snivel! If
toere is ansything I atew it isa s ene. I'll
go downstairs and hoil the cofRee mnymlf
--any one can nake cofree-and you bur
ry down with the chiklr.es as soon as you
can. There's plenty of bread and butter
and cold biled hamn, anyhow. Nobody
- ......°a.~,M ...-. . .,
Mr. ('avemndiab had "%ampel out" a
good deal during him hechek.r days. and
uwmeeeded hia ng a remarkably
good pot of ee. The hied ati lusltier
and cold ham were not had of their kind.
but the chiklrerl cried aloud for milk.
The ('avendllshes kept a cow, and the
milk hlad rIt yet t.ePen brought in.
"Aadu that was whalt kept Luwy!" invol
untarily cried lMrs(:Iaveradish.
"('cea.lldesd lsilk is groud ellnough for
anrvily." asserted Mr. (Cavendish.
But Huh alul Ethlel declined to drinlk it
0n6 any terns.
"Starve 'een to it." saki tihe father,
driakiLng hss hot coffee in pnodll-e..
gulep. "Healtlay children have to b -
ne. to .he dainty."
Anld he caueglt up his hat and ulster and
made a lher line for the traeis.
Mrs. C(avendsllih lkedr piteouly arneausi
at tie dlisortl.ertl table.. 1l·w laa-choked
fire. tHse i1ne.raIl dltaltatine of Iew nanr,.
Her IH·ralauclw was arrallrrally worknllg it
melf up .t tu set ullrlrrw ae e.lm a's set of .Iespe r
ation. TiM el lillrerl upstairs were crying
for hrakfall t ; int, was aiN.lilag his msI. ini
the tldar palil .of water; E*tlwI was feedi. -
thIe kitten frulsu the caell of .iadeiasntl
"*a." Ipilied tap Ikot. "tlher'as a traenup
at the kitr lwna wislkr !"
But it was san tranlap. It was Mllkes the
"O)h Mile., I amn so rlad!" saki Mrs.
Cavlndisth. "You have broulght us the
"I hlaven't tlat. aInua,." said Miles.
"The row's lost. al'l it aU't · neuwelf iL
oiln 1to track her through tim nwausups
an' ta.s. If t.w mnastr want. hims cow
took care of he's got to Sway Isme* a dollar a
w***k monre" wage,'
".Cot t. , Mile' '.
"'Yim'ta. ' boldly .etortedl tihe nr . "I
aMr't to ,e put Us M s no lo'ger. Dr. Miller'sI
"Very awell0" ,ustl Mrs. ('nvenlldis;st "you
do ih. finly "aht oonce!"
Mileh slunak away and disalppqared.
Mrh. ('avendisth wesnt up to her rootm,
and after emili.tering as well as be.a oli
to the walts of thw poor little* vkrtiun of
uneasels aI.w threw herself o t the eate with
a wet towel bound arounld her lueal and
aman lr in her Lheart.
-T bere's one eoufort." saud Mrs. (av-Y
eodIlgoloonily silinl. "lf he dilrchaged
L.. I have sent away Yllod .*
Mr. Cavendish had an unusually IMuy
day Is the city. As he was hurrying to
ward the d t It the afternoon he re
meatbered that his nmisaion to Mr. Wig
lins' faouas "-ltelligel.e Ixwreau" was
"Confourdl it!" saki Mr. ('averaldish to
hmmself. "However. to-m~u row will do
as well My mother did without any
pa t all."
At the station no btaugy was in waiting.
"I wonder what that is vilLain Miles
i aboult?" said Mr. Cavendish, a dark
frown ga-. erlng about his brow. "He
y CtLnk le' sgot aa smut place of it. but
I'l teach him I I snt tobe be trifled with.'
Whe. he reameed Alt.eS oogev r
tbl was diasorantd.a thel was U
Ing the feathers ou the peit-, i
Bob wa parlle-oiin aouwdU iSkr=d
on thelw bLck f Paown thepo.
"We'e hbaving seeb n, p i he cried.
"Pounce hasn't. sn fed, '.s I eouldta'
Ind the key at th oat bin, and the eow Is
lot. Huh fun r'
"Whebr I Miles?" rosed the fahter.
"Ma's dlrbarged him.,'
"'Cause be talked eury to ber."
Mr. Caverndiah stood a moment utarti
at the posy and the pmecock, the ba d
"Kthel," saki be, "let that bird no.
Robert, et off tbe pony at once and come
into the oue."
tbel obeyed reluctantly, Robert with
"We'e got comnpany." chirped the lat.
ler youthb-"company, pal I'moet forgot
to tell you. And ma n bed with ead
ache, and there's no one to get tbm any
suaner. Hooray I"
Clr. "Cave h Inhemed lunte the fhoes.
The p-rewr We uadultn u s.td
swers were wiled La tshe . ad te
lr, had died lutes a ess of fethed
ders. Through the open door was
the dlalte.ro vsm with the rema.ls of the
bwelhktas mUI vile-ea dispiriting a
eene. s ncould wel be beheld.
And theo. b en the midst of all this fa.
lorlVty, wt Mrs. nea e, his .rm etsaw
the west, to whom e ad fhed sntes
boosted of the perfection of thewife s
houesekeplig arrangements, and a Mrs.
Rldwa, wbho once, ers ago, had hbeen
Sso o old sweet beau o his. O all the
en be wa amost anoumas that his
Sshould appear pleasant in the ewes
of those two women And now
He made the best of at, however. He
extended to them an ostentatiousy ho
abt weLeome, hurriedly built up a
nsg eaen mi oal ra lan the tr.e, sad
hasteneald upstair to where poor r. a
endish was deluging her forehead Inl
le4a4s and endeavoring to twist up the
wet bris of her heavy hair Intocosupsay
"Ju's lia, ea he, "wrat does this mean?
"I dihim" said shes resolutel .
"You aid I ~w et Jaillabl,, la
dY no t e I spae lmpertinently to mse.
"But what am I to do T"
"Precsely the question I asked you this
Mr. Cav'enldl had nothig further to
may ar hiknmelf. He mamply muttered
os kiud of an .nasthema, between his
"Do you know," be maid, "that there is
---pasy down stai r ?"
"Yes; but until this mnment I have
been unable to leave may bed."
"My dear." be maid. crmpnm anately
tng his arm around er oulder.
your head ache so hard ?"
"It is better now, Janes."
"II do believe" slowly observed Mr.
Cavendis "that I have beeoon a fool."
"Oh. James "
"I wish I hadn't fown into such a
siae with poor Lury. And all about
nothinb , too, when one omes to think of
Mrs. Cave(nd.a lhauAdM hieerl eally.
"We il mnake mistakes Jeas.m," sad
he. "Wit a minute, dear, I'll o down
stairs with you now, if you'llU ve m
our arm. I couldn't ask lour sister and
her friends up he t s cwith hildI n ick
with th me couid I "
"Who is with them now--the children I
"A handyr oung girl from the villae-
"ooukln't-coukln't she help us with
the dInner?" ventured Mr. Cavendish.
She is too oun. Besklesk she has bad
no expon c:. girt. James-"
"( O n eonfesion is food for the soul,"
makiM. 'avendish. "Lacy camse back
to nse about two hours ago. She smid you
bhd sent her away, but that she could not
hear to leave me at such a time. She is
getting dinner downstairs now."
"She's a trump," cried Mr. (Cavendish.
Scarcely had he introdmued his wife to
the ladies in the parlor than the folding
doors of the back room slid open, reveal
in ba t fire rand a well-spread table,
decorted with springa Iowere--d.fodils,
tulips, and a few purple spikes of lilac. A
pair of ducks had been roasted in the best
and Imost tempting style. There were
sweet breads a chikeln salad bh way of
entrees; a delicious steam puddig sen
forth its perfunm from the kitchen, and
Lucy was just bringing in the tomato
Mr. ('avendiah noddtd go l.-hunnortlly
toward her. She courteaed espetfully.
"You .eedst't worry abohut t ohe asetl
cow, sir," sa. said, ie a low voice. "Peter
Fnlk fromn the Low faurn is coning to at
tend to dthes."
Wlhile the famuily were diucusing the
steamses pukling asldt prune pie, Lucy slip.
pedI into the parlor, and, to use ler owre
terlsei, "stmraigtllre up" thL tdisorer there.
and tIhe last Ilanpresllo taken away by
the. visitors was onea of neateness and coeu
Mr. ('avendish drew a long breath as he
watched the retreating footsteps of lisl
empamny toward the road that lead to the
"Julia," aid be tureling to his wife, "I've
coc -vu tho te conclustlon that timnts have
clUmage .,ince naty mlotlher did the work
-fr it) hilulrken without lanIt serVant,"
"I alll. agnree with y)'o., said Mrs. ('av
"'Anal I was eutirly wm.ngt wlhen I selt
llo'y away: auetl yolu weresluite right whetl
.ni dli.hargedl Miles. Hie.,tuorwnertl, any
clear. we'll try to lninagl a little c.unlansli
-sen-e with our hou..sekee.ling. E -shall
And Mrs. ('ivelldish snailed as she at
"entled. -11v1E (brse.rs is I'AiluadeIphi.a .a1-.
The Metaa ms eat. Ta "hers Aes.Slattle.
The. Montana state teacher.' awert.atlon
amu d~rikk. to hold its first annual eon
vesatltl at Dillon flroa Dembr. er 21 to
.elentlar I. Ilnclusive. Mrs. M. S. ('unn
naitas. of Heletna. i p.etldent of te arao
eaitican. It is exmratea.l thlre will Iai a
large atteindain.e front all parts of the
state. The lh.al colenlittee bh manua ar
raingemeuts for the In te entertainment of
all teachers that may Iw preP.ent. The
railroads harve hees, ryuastadl to grant
low rate. to all thEme whIt desirte- to attend.
not.ce of whlklh will .e given later. The
par.gramnmen will I*. ready to distribute_
Ike.aahetr 5. Let all teachers of Mosntana
tun.r olut and nake the first annual lnee*t
inl of the asaociationl a grand success.
ePr further iaartiularn adderkess MisL M.
E. Hank. cuhairunasa eat-·utive otmnittee,
Ia the ('res (Casm.
('m.uo'). Ik-e. 9.-Porrest resumed his
argeumeame oe be half of the defense in the
C'rnin rwse this morning. He flrst dwelt
on thae danner of rnblya. impllitbly omi cir
rmnmtan.ltial| evidcal(e. Then Ihe tok up
the quarrel bwtween the ('rnnin and the
anti('ra rin factions of the ('lan-nai-;al
and clainled that it was Irish late wlihklh
was furnishing the remrarkable evidence
against the ipranlners.
Am Aged Weama Ms mllerlwd.
C('iaI'ATurl. ecI. 9.--Bridget Byrne.
ageml tU a market wosnan with sonme prop
ertr. was stahbed to tkath last night.
Before dyin she saikl Johln Snithl. a aar
neighbor. did it. Smith was arrested.
The murder was for the purpose of rob.
THBV Anm MOAmOM
osei oeshri New c~ a af P m
miuam s* (os .
Ieatern ppse rs ~ tinn mMm- e.
at o.o md obersa ad . sS se .there
am now oanrl a sw really gad e. s left
N. Hayward, HamUilton, Garwir Barwns.
Taylor. Donohuse Musrpbr, Bfs , and
fMw othem.. WhM the Now York and
Amserikea Jookey eeluielalshojmatemth
and raM In daily oppto, o er were
frequenUly eompod to sralb s-ir
hores beeaume a joekr Ua~Wtm eme bt de
pended upon to comuand all the snial's
speed and staying poweres ed not be
bad. Frequently eMrak ridm Nke Hamil
ton and Garrisoo were ouegaed weeks
and moueth akead to rldo Ia eoartnn reees
large beoinf t d aout as an induce
ment for their mer vice. Of eorer many
owners bad to put up stabSo bope or infer
ior Joukeys in order to gt any of the
money that was being dlspenlom with
suc a lavish hand, especialy duringl the
Thb i polly is Unt a eo e i eau thum
who tried it ca vou ve Puletlr
wi. always belemov that his set Teuay
would have won the rieb isation
stakes, worth aS, had he haleloe in
Use saddle. led ietl, who e
-ood, honest bto and a rEle a ftar ._n,
tuhan averse ability, roed the setIc son
of Rapon d', ad the public kaowu bow
be ne like a whirlwind at the enl and
nalshed at Halvator's thraatlat4eh a few
iaches too far awar to land the I-gcar.old
eof the pyar. Hamilton was the rider
Pudlfr inateded putting up il tih raee,
but a few das before the time set for the
contest he lrned that S ter Hearst.
for whom Hamilton was uader contract to
ride, would send Philander to the moat. and
that he would he unabe to wear Pulafer's
red, white and blue amrlpes. PuIsir
was the n.ost disappoted main in New
York, and his friends were sot at all
backward in voting the opiniont
tiha Philaader was e started l
ueator Hear for ohf old aa e o
keeping Hamilton from rkilInm_ TY.y, as
be was about the only formaie oahie
aent Mr. I a's Salvatr would
to meet, nd with a Jocker up who was
familiar with Taeenºr e.eboste there was
ery reason to that MeLaml_
co.uk win the reme for theb Califtornas.
Nenator Heasrs and J. B. M n have
bsesan very rbmroa sitb-l fo
ear.r tn their b nesa iaterests li La
a tbn s e s e a ves, so peoiue had
plenty of reaen to eoleet;m. Malvato
won the rae, whPhlleoilnder was never
promlnent, but those who saw the contest
steadfatly avow that with Ha.tlton up
Tea enayold not have bae boeate..
nHE DICOVERED LA BLANCHE.
A Little apet Frees aaes wa. e or theb
Marsees Iret e..
A little group of aports stood discuwssln
the merits of varlous pugilist. I a well
known sporting resort yesterday siafte
noon. when Tom Barry appeared upon
the scene. "The marine ean do Demp.
seyr,boaV" he said,"and it don't make any
diferesnce whether the gloves are large or
small. I claim the credit of h4naging La
Blanchv. out. I was laying around Mon
treal broke in 187--that is. I had a few
dollars and only a few at that. But I ran
arsoss a pugilist from Troy, . Y., by
thnanme of Dick Listen. 'Come on
Dick,' said I, let's go down to
Quhbee and make a few dollars.'
We went. After I got these I went out
hunting for a man to wind up with Dick,
and in ny travels I stepped anto the citl
de, where Coldonael Strange was then in
eommamnd. After I bad told hi.m what I
wanted he invited me to take a stroll
through the gymnasum, and, mi he it
you find anybodythit you think will
take him. The. arine was p with
somebody when I enteed. rand aesit
inl him up I said: "I want you to wind
up with ~ick Lson tomorrow i"Ht, and
Irl isve you $10 for your services. To
make a Ion story short, he accepted, and
the way be knocked poor Idston about
was a caution. La Bmanche outfought my
man at every point and I fnally advised
Laston to clinch to save himuelf fro.s
further ptnlshment. He did clinch and
the Marine threw him over his head
so quick it made mfy head swim. I
learned afterward that Billy Madden, who
had been obliged to run away from the
states hbecause of the Wee-den-Walker
bght, in which the latter was killed, had
been ýiving the Marine boning lessons
under the name of Prof. Wood; and that
Miller, the wretler, had taught him all
he knew in that line. A funny snap.
wasn't it ?" and after Tom had chuckled a
while bhe akled: "I telegraphed Le
Blanacle Jest before he fought Dempsery
saying: *Hit him once for nue George
amid got an answer that read: "You btest
will and I'll hit him hard, too!" I gusm
he did it, too," and Tom smiled know
THE ROIIERY EXPLAINED.
S Areet t the Vort Worth plak
RIabLhs--Irvor ollare Iie.mveer .
Fomrr Wo.Tr, Tex., Dec. s.-The rob
bery of the Farmers' and Mechanic. '
National hank Is cleared up andl the two
mensl who stole thie 6,t)O silver dollars amr
utnder arrest. M.llliday nighllt a hack
driver IsanmIl l.A* Reilly was ol.served to
te swlltdinlg Iw silver dollars with an
oplll halnd. H. rali'al John (avenues, a
friend of his, to spend the nsullcy with
hin,. allld in two nights HIW/ silver dollars
coinage late1, had bea squtlandered on
wine.l wonwHIn and fine c(lothes andl suppers.
Reilly and ('aveusll. went to IDallas, where
Marmlhal Farmer of this city foun.d Reilly
anrd arlestedl him, as he alldl ('avaanes
were .p a lank getting $IiU) in paper for
silver. Re.Illy told cotnl'lting stories about
where he, got his mon.e)y. He hall worn It
in anlltig. N. M.. gIambling; he hado mold
a lot in )Dallas. he hald been tldl where the
nllney was in an oplilna joint lnld he had
inhu It tsp. These tales not agreeing the
oltuters went to hbi hotel alnd found 115
silver dollars in his valise. Reilly was
brought hIere a.d1 kept In cn.tIllsmaenegt by
the ciiterrs. At 11:4 the night wateobnan
at tie hank was arrested.
- ati, hl bank was .nunatral..u. .r_._
('hlrlk. Wolcott, the night watchman.
tells the whole story. He says Biley
waltedl him to go into a scheme to kill a
rkich (binaman and rob hint, It be de
.litssd. After this robbing the uank was
suggested and when the hookkeep. failed
to turn the knob of the omnthilnation look
on the vaultt one n he knew the oppor
tunlty had come. He mont fkw Riley, who
came with his sack and the two carried
the silver out of the vault. Riley took it
to the river and threw the hose. is. mark
lalr the place. Riley afterwards got the
ntnery and blega spelnding It rapI.ly
He gave $ 1IO one night to the propri.tress
of a house of ill-famine to clhae her doors
with no mnn inl the house but hiilmnelf and
a frk*nil. NWolcott yarw Ihe never got a
dollar of the naoney. B'lNcott claims the
bookkeeper had several tinmel asked hiam
to close the safe for himn, bat on the nlght
of the robbery had only pushed the
A Peasevertsg Thief.
IPresm the Blruoklyn Citizeln.
The story told by a lady friend. shows.
amnong other things, that indlstry and
perseverance are as neccssary to sanes5s
in thieving as in honest mneans of earing I
. Hying. Uoh e-o ou- as a haks with q
at E ri tam ether agd -ta adsea
Se" etlmag ahe mawth Geid w OMlf
him an Oheerving glasse in uetM, Ae
abd her ars ede tmen e me m d wee
up to an odose I the dtd Sam eo adr aUd
Sin tamor whoe. se av th moie e Just
draw to her h=- d, l amd mem storted
with hr frieMd to Now York. On meb
Oeg the str age se i h amed mte sam
t o oti tun oerWalo nny. Td hen.M
in. no mome of the fllow. II New York
they separated, ined to vis diU,.
m*at rauld m es. ThbeIn t da br
tw be thumb old her that ase
Od te n be a the ee A- and
was emsaverlag to push thrug the
peord Ia the hbrwde en tamne she
took out er pocketbook to get the tam
and beld a 05 hill in it up be
twees her thumnab and the cl
Just then she was pushed rather ra
and the man behind her leaned over as
pushed byhe the crowd. In that instant the
Brie dollara daprZ and turnin to
ay that hbe had pped to the man who
bad leaned against her she saw him
esq*esing ble wa out and recwgnised him
as the very tou" who had been watch
inr her and the lady who narrates this in
Brooklyn during the afternoon. But be
fore bse could speak he was out of siht.
and the crowd was impatient all arond
her, and so she let it go. So it appears
that the thief had watched them go
into the bank, and probably saw
one of them draw money: had fol
lowed them thethe ofBce buildinf poken
of. and thence to New York; had Anally
made up his mind that the younger of the
two, and the smaller, would be the easier
victim, and had tracked her the rest of
the afternoon and eveninr until he ot
the chance to snatch the bill at the brid
entrance-a pretty solid day's work for Fg
but there need be no doubt that be would
have been willing to throw in assault and
attery, with posible murder, for the re
ward f eireumstances bad not rendered it
unnecessary. But then, the 06 might have
been 60, you me.
Fm'm the New Yrk tas.
Rather a humny aeekide, but one of
which the audionee was cmt made aware,
ccurred on Thaahkiving night at the
Stnadmad theater In the premnace of
"The e Bee Area." In the school-rooe
sane. then added forthe uset thns. artii
Van Loo Is ordered to get on J.eob Van
Wert'. back and receive a, brlblsn from
the schoolms--er. He does so, and aspa
over In tim to allow Van Were to get the
full benet of a terrfle blow. On Thur..
da light Berti (Mr. Dixie) lau i
over the back a l the other
Gresbam) aeoldenta pued t pad
which Mr. OGrea bmwes. one ot e
Sso that, when the r. boeemsintr
sthe bich dow. with all hli fers.
a, it shouldA make a rseonndi
whack, th a·tor got the ful beeSat of 1
HisL kee brsech.sa were thin, and he wst
have felt the blow acutely, for he grinned
and ground hib teeth for a full sainuts to
keep froe crying out.
Lathem I. but fmeas old. and yet he
ha three wives. all of whom are lving.
He soured divorces from two of them.
oh'miter oae semarked to Latbuam: " I
I had half your tmrublk I would be either
ln an insane asylum or a penitentiary.
You're hrem s .arum and don't know
what trouble s." "Now wou're hootg
Cap." was Arlie's reply. " Nothing both.
r mrns. I'm ight n te ity all the time,
no matter whether they came In carriages
MON TAN A'S
Popular Price House.
We offer the
Ever shown in the city.
And get the
J. R. Boyce, Jr., & Co.
Corner ala uad Broadway, Butt, Meat.
AM ON" TA NA 'S
Popular Price House.
TI E ARCADE SALOON
co-etr FratM oMad Man aeee.t
The Finest of Imported Wines
Liquors and Cigars
To tw iuwd m the cLty enma tatl am hmed.
An Elegant Free Lunch
mwvvmt both Dy ansd Ntght.
ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS
41HAIL BURTMIW Prop
Main a1Rwt. Near hat. Ahema. Moalt.
SN THK DIIITRICT C(WU' T OF THK COT1TY
Sof lter Ialyg. ale of Momtana.--I the
matter of the estate of tl ~ e Petorklulero de
temsd: miter to show Cume why order of salen t
nral estat* shoukt not be made. Pierre Ilrmotse,
the alminsteatew of the estate tof Kurharilte
tMsslusis.r. dearamed. having hSt his pestitio
herein praing for an or.der of "a L of the real es
tate ,of ukl dew.dent. fr the lurpoes terein
et forthl. It iLs Ierfowe ortdlre dlY the U rof
skal sartl. thabt all srrin Inlteretd In tL e
tate of saud desm aaptr bfore the said m I
trfrt t'curt os Musday, ht 7tth day it January,
lhi, at to o'eluek In te forena o i of salot day. a1
the solart roaml of mak. Istrkm t (hurtat the ourt
hbume In wakt Co(unty of lIer ladge, to show
a.oou why an o der should mat be granted to the
said lIerre lamoine to sell ma mash of tbe trml
estate of t he maL draesad Kucharlate Peuirr
as shall te ne.eeary. And that a copy hof
order e pubti.hed once a week for atl .Iu.
eevaesitrve weeksu i As maooda aitaYda a news
par pri.ted and pubigshed I sd eeI Ldge
ant tD gRr., Judge.
Weiid ~. me. sa
FRASER & CHALMERS
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Omi.MgtsM. n. mlMug n mm L.ai.. misr . ms nhsa .ems.
r Camab ". BmasI.as. Weft-s.
Geared and Direct Acting,
Puespetlag and Detelsopest HBel.e. ealkdes.
IMPROVED AIR COMPRESSORS.,
T'un Varmlas Maesalas. and RUianr Comem. ator. lsseetr Llgh PIeam.
Assl fbor ued Iaek Drill and Camspr .ors. Ole Elvators. me wlm,
Pamps, boost bkw..,. Iagslad£ £Douglams w Mills. PemIClHarla
DIaemodDri aUd Me Cs. .amemgwmFmea Heste
SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES,
Uattd t3asi 3Slesob Ight Co. rOw iayee ubains..s Too.. Maase
L. C. TRENT, SALT LM CIT, UTA.
OGs UL WTU M x xAsm-.
Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Minin Cloth.
Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
E. C. FREYSCH LAG & CO.
LEADING SHOE DEALERS.
But & Packard and Lard, Schober & ltchell's
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
CLOSIIIG OUT SALE
Desiring to close out our entire stock of Clothing anud Furnishing
Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we will
continue our sale of Clothing at Actual Cost until every garment is
sold. If you need a suit, a pair of pants, or an overcoat. See our
prices before you buy and save money.
8. C. PRUYSIICH LRC U. CO..
Next Door to Bank, - - - - Anaconda, Mont.
If you warn
e* best News
japer i$a re State
of MouMsa, sbscrie fir
Its rates are ten dollars
a year, three dol
laes a qnarter, or
St a Month.
The Estes & Connell
largst al t musMrtmmt d ilbw
ew Wge LCumtj.
LATH, sIurLo. WINDOWS AND MOULD.
IOOs ALWAYS IN STOCK.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
WOOD £31 COAL ALWATS 1Y 1eam.