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theanaconda standard: wednesday morning, december II. 1889.
aHi. while- tor l^ni|^ lioi.u awl t^^ Imrn^Tha- \ iltK^ alnner may rrtiini;
K-uHr^t thy MHll ^uk1 ^MVt^ II.^^^Alas!^ rwlalluiil th^- wlirtit iMilahlr,^^That liltuMnir in to mr alrnlail,^Kur I'm Ihi' tillatii slm m^|^|^Ilf^l^^|1n' t-irviilathHi ^-^Ttitt^l
Amidaily ^fnals\ it.
n*rliflila- In all an-hltii't*
Ihit h urici* tin* wim- a-atmnmnal:
;^^Imiltl your Iiimim* H|nhi Ilia- wis,^Ami not u|H^ii the ^aml.
Hittbaiilaluut ii|^ a i-hararter.
Win.Ii aliall suimlaiiil all ^hnck^^of life tin imihl ii|hhi yitur ^^^inl,
Aminot iiihmi your ^ns-'ss.
Thr All !^^^ It.
^When-an- ^ou iimim. my |^r^-tty HHf
Intomk iiI), Mir.^ ^h^' wtial.
MavI tfo with you. my |iri*lty msid'.'
'Ifyasi'w |^l^-ut^ of mom-y, kinkI ^ir,^ slit- kuld.
Ihaven't a ih-iiii). in\ |^r^-tt^ initial.
'Iwi*h ^ou ti^^^\ moriilutt. *ir!^ Hlmaahi.
Well,floor.^ saiial Mr. I'aTentlieb,^MMrtH lii* wif^-*s room. ^I've MM tlint^girl of mot alM^tit Iht Inisiiit-ss.
Mpa,t ^arc*mlisli ksiktMl lip witli a start.^Site wilt. Iillttnllillix Haiti's aproll, |^atn iitly^f^Mowing !^^ til alhnit tlia- room as lie friHke^l
^What'.^'Haiti hIw. in a dismajrtxl voi^f.
Ih|m^ke aliHlinetly HmM| tlialn't 1'.' I^^have ilisalinrHfal Liu-y!
Butl.iley never a-amltl liav^^ l*-^'ii iiiho-^lent.^ pla-ualcal Mrs. l aVftuliHli, twiti-'iitiK^off tlie laat liuttain from lloli's apron in^her |ietiirlM^tioii.
Oh.a-oiilalu't ah*', tlionsli^ 1 Juat wiah^you luul lte^^n there, that's all.
What^^^^! mIm- Hay, JatiHW^
Itold her alio wan half all hour Is-him!^with hreakfiiM anil askiil her what ahv^meant hy it, ami hIh- tohl nM^ slw wiw do^^ing the hettt sin- amiltl ami eouhln't tlo !*^^-^U-r if all tlie world tla-|s-iial^-al upon it.
Hut..lames, the |Mwir girl is nearly^frantic with toothache thia morning.
Ican't help thai; ahe haH no Iiiihuii-mh^to aiiHWt-r ilie impudently. It wasn't tlie^wortls mi much it wan the manner.
PoorI.iicv ! A nil you have diachanred^Iier!
That'nyou all over.^ aaid Mr. t'aven-^tlisli, angrily. ^I believe you'd take iiny-^txxly else's part aiptinat me. Yen, of^eourae, I diaclianfed her. I tohl her to^have her tliinjpi outaiile of the houm- in^two hours or Vtl fiiiiK them out of tin-.win^^dow.
But.1 ami's, what am I to do^^ aaid^Mra. ('avandiah, who hail hy thia time cap^^tured Kthcl, the aea-oiifl chihl. and waa^buttoning h^-r boots with norvaius rapidity.^^With one of my aiek heailm-hea eouiiiifx^on. and Willie and I'eu down with the^meaah-h, anil not a soul to lift a hand for^me!
That's a pretty i|iicatiou hi ask,^ Haiti^Mr. Cavendish, standing with his hands^in hia |MieketH.._i ^One would think you^women were made of augur or Halt nowa^^days. My mother luul ten children^ten^anil did every stroke of work for 'em her^^self year in and year out; and here you^make such a rumpus la-cause you hap|M-n^hi Im^ left without a servant for twenty-^four hours Im-cuuho, of course, 1 shall ex-^lane t to atop at Wiggins' and send you up^a Swede or a Norwegian this afternoon.
PoorMrs. Cavcmliah luirst into tears.
James,^Haiti she, ^l.ucy was till- la-Ht
frirl1 have ever luul. You should not^lave sent her out of the house in this^way. How would you like it if I went^down to your wholesale I mm it anil slits'^place and ilischargi d your clerks v
1should say you did lM-rfectly right,^^returned Cavendish, ^if they answered^you imiM-rtitieutly. Sow don't snivel! If^there is anything I hate it is a scene. I'll^go downsuairs and laiil the coffee myself^-any one can make coffee anil you hur^^ry down with the children as mhhi as you^can. There's plenty of lire.til anil hotter^anil colli Isiiled ham, anyhow. Nolaaly^evcr starvt-d on that.
Mr.Cavendish luul ^oani|M-d out^ a^good ileal during his luu-helor days, anil^succtiilcd in preparing a remarkably^gixMl pot of i-oftcc. The lireatl ami liutter^and cohl ham were not InuI of their kind,^hut the children cried aloud for milk.^The Cavendishes kept a cow, anil the^milk luul not yet hM lir-oiight in.
Amithat was what kept l.ucy!^ invol^^untarily cried ^lrs. I a vcmlish.
Condensedmilk is go. .il enough for^anylssly.^ asserii11 Mr. Cavendish.
HutHoh and Kthcl declined to drink it^on any terms.
Starve'cm to it,^ Haiti the father,^drinking his hot col ice in prtsligious^gulps. ^Healthy children liavo uo Iiiini-^iichs to Is- ilaiuty.
Amihe caught up his hat and ulster anil^made a Im-i- hue for tin- train.
Mrs.Cavendish l^ nik. il piteoiisly arouml^at the iliHortleretl talile, the asii-eh. iketl^tire, the general tlesolatioii of the room.^Her heat hie he was gradually working it^^self upto the supreme moment of dcs|^er-^ation. The children upstairs wen-crying^for breakfast; Hoh was sailing his shta- in^the cellar pail of water: I tin I was feeding^the kitten from the call of condensed^milk.
Ma,^pipa.fl up Holi, ^there's a tramp^at the kitchen winder!
Hutit was no tramp. It was Miles, the^stableman.
Oil,Miles, I am so glad!^ said Mrs.^Cavendish. ^You have brought us the^milk '.^'
1haven't that, liliini,^ said Miles.^^Till- cow's lost, all* it an't mm in^going to track her through tin* swamps^an' Isigs. If the master wants his cow^took care of he's got to pay me a dollar a^w^--k more wages,
jott. , Miles v
Yis'in.' holdly retorted the man. ^I^an't to he put upon no longer. I^r. Miller's^man
Verywell.^ said Mrs. Cavcmlish; ^you^may go!
Ma'in!^ ei'hiM-tl the astoiinditl servant.
Youan- tlisi-hargeil.^ saitl Mrs. Caven^^dish, firmly ^at once!
Milesslunk away ami disappeared.
Mrs.Cavendish went up to her nsiiii,^ami after iiiiuiHteriug an well an she coil It I^to the wants of the |s^or little victim of^^^^easels she threw herself on the lied with^a wet towel ImmiiiiI around her head ami^despair ill her heart.
There'aone comfort.^ Haiti Mrs. Cav-^ciitlish,gloomily smiling,^if he tllsehargetl^Lucy, I have sent away Miles!
Mr.Cavendish hail all unusually busy^^ lay in the city. As he was hurrying to^^ward the depot in the aftorniHin he re^^membered tliat liiH mission to Mr. Wig^^gins' famous ^intelligeiiee la-reau^ was^yet iiliftillilletl.
^CollftMllltlit!^ said Mr. Cavcmlish to^himself. ^'However, to-morrow will tlo^just as well. My mother did without any^help at all.
Atthe station no buggy was in waiting.
Iwonder what that lazy villain Miles^is about'.'^ saiil Mr. Cavcmlish. a dark^frown gathering alsiut Ins hrow. ^He^may think he's got a snug place of it, but^I'll teach him I'm not to Is- he trilled with.
Whenhe readied Althea lodge every^^thing was disorganised. Ethel waa pull^^ing the feathers out of tlie peaeoek'a tail:^Bob waa gallo ^ing around the barn-yard^on the baek of Pounce, tlie pony.
We'rehaving aueh fun, pa!^ be cried.^^Pounce hasn't been fed, 'cause I couldn't^find tlie key of tlie oat bin, and tlie cow la^lost. Such fun!
Whereis Miles^^ roared the father.
'Causelie talked saury to her.
Mr.Cavendish stood a moment staring^at the pony and the peacock, tlie boy and^the girl.
Ethel.^said lie, ^let that bird go.^Robert, get off the pony at once and come^into the bouse.
Ethelobeyed reluctantly, Robert with^alacrity.
We'vegot company,^ chirped the lat^^ter youth -^^company, pa! I'm out forgot^to tell you. And ma a in bed with head^^ache, and there's no one to get them any^supja-r. Hooray!
Mr.Cavendish hurried into the house.^Tlie parlor was undusted, yesterday's^flowers were wilted in the vaees, and the^lire hail died into a mass of feathery cin^^ders. Through tin- open door waa visible^the ilining-riMim, with tht* remains of the^breakfaat atill visible as dispiriting a^scene as could well Is- lieheld.
Andthere, in the midst of all this for-^lornity. Hat Mrs. Burgoyue, his sister from^the west, to whom he luul fretpicntly^hoaHtfd of the |M-rfcctiou of the wife's^housekeeping arrangements, ami a Mrs.^Kitlgway, who once, years ago, hail Is-en^a sort of old sweet Is-au of his. Of all the
IM-ople, he was most anxious that his^tome should appear pleasant in tlie eyes^of those two women! And now
Hemade tlie Is-st of it, however. He^extended to them all ostentatiously hos^^pitable welcome, hurriedly built up a^Musing can nel coal tire in the grate, ami^liastcued upstairs to win-re |MM^r Mrs. Cav^^cmlish was deluging her forehead in^cologne and endeavoring to twist up the^wet bruiils of her heavy hair into company^order.
Julia,^aaid he, ^what docs thia mean
Idischarged him,^ aaid ahe resolutely.^'You said I waa is-rfectly juatifuthle in^impertinently to me.
tloingho if he s|Hikt^Ami he did ho.
Hutwhat am I to do^
I'reciaclythe tpicstion I asked you thia^ma truing.
Mr.Cavcmlish hail nothing further to^say for himself. He simply muttered^some kind of an anathema Oct ween his^cloacal lips.
Doyou know,^ he aaial, ^that there is^company flown stairs ^
*les; but until thia moment I have^heeu unable to leave my Is-tl.
Mydear,^ he suial, compassionately,^putting his arm arouml her shoulder,^^iIim-h your head ache so hard^
Itis Is-tter now, James.
Ido hclia'vc,^ slowly observed Mr.^Cavcmlish, ^that I have been a fool.
Iwish I hadn't flown into such a pas^^sion with poor l.ucy. And all alsiut^nothing, tasi, when one comes to think of^it.
Mrs.Cavendish laughed histcrically.
Weall make mistakes, James,^ aaid^she. ^Wait a minute, dear, I'll go down^stairs with you now, if you'll give me^your arm. I eouhln't ask your aiater and^her friends up here with the a-hildrt II sick^with the measles, could I ^
Whois with them now -the ehilalren I^mean ^
Ahandy young girl from the village ^^Lucy's sister.^
Couldn'tcouldn't she help us with^the dinner^^ ventured Mr. Cavendish.
Sheis too young. HesitlcH, she has had^no experience. Hut, James
^Ipeii confession is gissl fair the soul,^saial Mrs. Cavendish. ^Lucy a-ame hack^to me alsiut two hours ago. She saitl you^h-ul sent her away, but that she could not^ls-ar to leave me at such a time. She is^getting dinner alowu-stairs now.
She'sa triiiini,^ cried Mr. Cavcmlish^Scarcely hail he iutraslui-eal his wife to^th^- lathes in till- parlor than the folding^doors of the hack rasim slid ti|n-n, reveal^^ing a bright lira- ami a well-spread tabh^de^ oraled with spring flowers- aluiTaslils,^tulips, and u few purple spikes of blue. A^pair of ducks luul Im-cii roasted in the liest^anal most tempting style. There wen^sweet breads and chicken salaal by way aif^a-ntn-es; a delicious steam pudding sent^forth its perfume from the kitchen, and^Lucy was just bringing in the tomato^sou 11.
Mr.Cavendish nodded gco l-humontlly^towanl her. She t-ourtt-Hia-al respectfully.
Youneedn't worry alioiit the horse anal^cow, air,^ aha- saitl. ill a low voice. ^Peter^Kriuk from the Low farm is coming to at^^tend to them.
Whilethe family wen- tliseussiug the^steam pudding anal prune pie, Lucy slip^^ped into the parlor, anal, to uhc her own^terms, ^straighten up^ the disorder then-,^anal the last impression taken away by^the visitors was one of neatness and com^^fort.
Mr.Cavendish drew a long breath as he^watched the n-trcating f.sitstcps of his^company towanl the road that leaal to the^train.
Julia,^Haiti lie turning to his wife, ^I've^come to the conclusion that times have^changed since my mother did the work^for 10chiltln-n without any servant,
'Itllli.e agree with you,^ Haiti Mrs. Cav-^clitlish.
AmiI was entirely wrong when I sent^Lucy away: ami you Were unite right when^you tliseharged Miles. He lie c forw.inl, my^ah-ar. we'll try to mingle a little common^sen e with our housekeeping. Kli shall^we.
AnalMrs. I'ava-ndish suiilctl as she as^^sented. Hf/fit iintrts tit f'hiitnii'tfthitl Nur-^ut'ttittl Si\itit.
TheMonism! Mate Teaa-lters* Assoelut Ion.
TheMontana stale teachers' aHHta-iatioti^has decided to hold its first annual con^^vention at Hilloii from BbmMH to^lla-ca-mla-r 3H, inclusive. Mrs. M. S. Cum-^mills,, of Helena, is preaiak'llt of the asso^^ciation. It is expected then-^I.uire attendance from all parts^state. The local committee has mailt- ar^^rangements for the free entertainment of^all teachers that may Im- present. The^railroads have la-en n-tpia-Hta-al to grant^low rates to all Ilia sac who tlenin- to attend,^i la it lee of which will Is- given later. The^^ ^^-^^gramme will is- ready to ilistributc^Ila-a-a-uils-r .^^. Let all teachers of Montana^turn out anil make the tlrst annual meet^^ing of tlia- asaaM'iatiain a grand success.^For further particulars address
JeefceyaMew Con*^aslant la the
Easternpapers are lamenting the acare-^ity of good jockeys, and the Sun aay^ there^are now only a few really good ones left^that can ride at 115 pounds or under - via.,^N. Hay ward, Hamilton, Garrison, Barnes,^Taylor, Unnohue, Murpby, Bergen, and a^few others. When the New York and^American Jocka-y clubs clashed laat mouth^and ran In daily opposition, owners were^frequently compelled to scratch their^horses because a Jockey that could be de^^pended upon to command all the animal's^speed and staying powers could not be^had. Frequently crack riders like Hamil^^ton and Garrison were engaged weeka^and months ahead to ride in certain races,^large fees being held out as an induce^^ment for tha-ir services. Of course many^owners hud to put up stable boys or infer^^ior Jaickeys in order to get any of tlie^money that was heing alTspenaeal with^such a lavish hand, especially during the^fall ma-ctings.
Thisisiliey is nait a good one, as those^who trietl it can vouch. Dave Pulsifer^will always believe that his colt Tenny^would have wain tlie rich Reaiiiatiaui^stakes, worth elU.lUtl, had lie Hamilton in^the saddle Kretl Littlefleld, who is a^gassl, honest Isiy anal a rider of far uitire^than average ability, nsle tile erratic son^aif Itayou d'Or, anal the public knows how^ha- came like a whirlwind at tlie cud and^finished at Salvutor's throat-latch, a few^inches tarn far away to land the A-ya-ar-old^priie aif the yeur. Hamilton was the rider^Pulsifer iiiti-ntlttl putting up in the race,^but u few alays Is fore the time set fair tlie^contest he learned that Senator Hearst,^fair whom Hamilton wus under contract to^ride, would semi Philauala-r to thejMstt, anil^that ha^ would Im- unable to wear Pulsifer's^real, white anal blue stripes. Pulsifer^was tin- most tlisupiMiiiited man in New^York, anal his friends were not at all^backward in voting tlie opinion^that Philander was heing started by^Senator Hearst for tile solal piirposa- of^keeping Hamilton from riding Tenny, as^Im* was alsiut tlie only formidable aippo-^nent Mr. Haggin's Sulvator would have^hi meet, anal with a jockey up who was^familiar with Teuuy's ens-hets there waa^every n-aaon to tielieve that McLaughlin^coiiltl win the race for the Califoruians.^Senator Hearst and J. B. Hoggin have^been very warm |^crsonal fricti Is for^years ami their business intereata lie in^almost the same gmves, so pasopla- luul^plenty aif reason to conjecture. Salvator^won the raa-a-, while Philander was never^prominent, but thoHe who saw the contest^steadfastly avow that with Hamilton up^Tenny conlal not lutve lieen Is-atcn.
HEDISCOVERED LA BLANCHE.
ALittle Sport Kr.mi ^'aaada Tslla of the^Marine's First tlo.^A little group aif sports stood discussing^the merits of various pugilists in a well-^known sporting n-sort yesterday after-^ntMin, when Tom Barry appeared upon^the sa-ene. ^The marine call do lia-mp-^sey.boys,^ he said,^and it dain't make any^fliffa-n-iiee whetha-r the glaives are large air^small. I claim the credit of bringing La^Planch, out. I was laying arouml Mon^^treal Im ike in 1M7H - that is, I had a few^tlollara, ami only a few at that. Bui I ran^across a pugilist from Troy, N. Y., hy^the name of Dick Listen. 'Come on^Dick,^ saitl I, 'let's go down to^Oucls-c anal make a few dollars.'^We went. After I got there I went out^hunting for a man to wind up with Dick,^ami in my travels 1 stopped into tlie cita-^ala-1, when' Colonel Stranga- was then in^command. After I had told him what 1^wanted he invited ma- to take a stroll^through the gymnasium, and, saitl lie, if^you final anylMMly that you think will do,^take him. I he Marine was sparring with^HomclMsly when I cuten-al. anal after siz^^ing him up 1 saiil: ^I want you to wind^till with Dick Listoii to-morrow night, ami^I'll give ytiu #111 fair your services.' To^make a long story abort, he accepted, anil^tha- way ha- kiiis-kcd pass- Listou about^was a caution. La Blanche outfought my^man at every point mid I finally advised^Listoii to clinch tai aave himself fmm^further punishment. He did clinch anal^tha^ Marina- tlm-w him over hia head^ho a|iiiek it made my head swim. I^learned afterward tha* Billy Madden, who^bail liecu obliged to run away fmm the^states lie. ails,- of the Wca-ala-ii-Walker^light, ill which till' latter was killed, hail^la-en giving tha- Marine Isixiug lessons^under the name off Prof. Wood;.mil that^Miller, the wrestler, luul taught him all^he knew ill that line. A funny snap,^wasn't it^^ anal after Tom had chuckled a^while ha- added: ^I telegraphed La-^Hlaliehe just before iii- fought Dellipsey,^saying: 'Hit him once for ma-, George,*^ami gait an answer that n-atl: 'You ls-t I^will anil I'll hit him hard, tasi!^ I guess^ha- alial it, tasi,^ anal Tom smiled know^^ingly.
THE ROBBERY EXPLAINED.
The Arrest of the fiirt Worth llaak^KoblMini Nllver Hollar* Kt-i'iivrraal.
KoktWoktii. Tex., Ih-a*. ^. Tha^ mli-^ls^ry a^f tha- Karma-rs* anal Mechanics'^National bank is cleared up ami the two^men who stole the 5,0110 silver dollars arc^under arrest. Monday night a hack-^driver named Lm Kodly was olisci veal to^i Is- -ponding new silver dollars with all^i ai|H'll llallll. He called John t avclllics, a^: fria-ml of his, to a|m^nd the money with^| him. and in two nights tuili silver dollars,^i coinage l.-vs'i. hail Im-cii squandered on^- wim-, women ami llna-a-lotht-s autl siipiM-nt.^i Kcilly anil ^ avenues went to Dallas, where^1 Marshal Farmer of this city found Ra-illy^j anal arrested him, as he ami t avaimcs^1 were in a bank getting ^flOO in paper for^silver. HeillytolilcolltlicliugstorioHalnM.lt^' where he got his money. He h id won it^i ill Doming. X. NL, gambling; he had solal^I a lot in Dallas, he bail 1st-n told where the^' money was in an opium joint ami he luul^will la- a i ilug it up. These tala-s not agreeing the
K.Hanks, chairman^Dillon, Montana.
Intlie Cmnln Case.
(iiir*i.(i, Dec. !*. Korn-st resumed his^argument on behalf of the defense in the^Cmiiiti a-una- this morning, lb* tlrst dwelt^on the danger tif n-lyiug implicitly on cir^^cumstantial evidence. Then he took up^tha- apiarn-l la-tweeli tha- Cnmiii ami the^aiiti-4'raitiiii factions of the f luii-liu-Gui* 1^ami claitmil that it was Irish hate which^was furnishing the remarkable evidence^against tha- prisoners.
ClM'INN.vri, Da-c. !t.^ageal TO, a market woma^erty, was stabbed to death last^Hefore dying she saitl John Smith
neighbor,alial it. Smith^The munler was for the Kasypai^Is'ry-
VI^^ t-.li- retl.^Hritlget Hyrtie,^i with some pnip-^light.^near
aliving. She came out at a bank with a^young girl the other flay and noticed a^^touch^ looking youngish fellow on the^curb observing them narrowly. Giving^him an obeervina- glance In return, she^and her friend cro^ed the street and went^up to an office in the third floor off a build^^ing there, where ahe save the money juat^drawn to her husband, and then started^with her friend to New York. On reach^^ing the street again she noticed the same^^tough^ eyeing her closely, and gave him^a look that waa full of warning. Then the^two ladies proceeded on their way, think^^ing; uo more of the fellow. In New York^they separated, intending* to visit differ^^ent acquaintances. The next day her^young lady friend told her that as she re^^turned to Brooklyn in the evening and^was endeavoring; to push through the^crowd at the bridge entrance she^took out her pockethook to get the fare^and held a $ft bill in it up be^^tween her thumb and the clasp.
Justthen she was pushed rather roughly^and the man behind her leaned over as Iff^pushed hy the crowd. In that instant the^Ave dollars disappeared, and turning to^say that site had flopped it to the man who^hud leaned against ber she aaw him^sqaieeaing his way out and recognised him^as the very ^tough^ who had been watch^^ing her anal the lady who narrates this in^Bnsiklyn during tlie afternoon. But he-^fon- she could apeak he waa out of sight,^and tin- crowd was impatient all around^her, anal so she let it go. So it appears^that tha- thief had watched them go^into the bank, and probably saw^one of them draw money; had fol^^lowed them to tlie office building spoken^off, ami thence to New York; had Anally^mode up hia mind that tlie younger of the^two, ami tlie smaller, woulal be the easier^victim, anal had tracked her tlie rest of^tlie afternoon anal evening until lie got^the chance to snatch tlie bill at the bridge^entrance^a pretty solid tlay's work for ^V^;^but tlM-re need Is- no doubt that lie would^have Is-en willing to thniw in assault untl^battery, with possible munler, for tlie re-^wnnl if circumstances bad not rendered it^unnecessary. But then, the $6 might have^been $S0, you see.
HiaI'sd ^in^ Out of Place.
Kninithe New York Hun.
Rathera funny occialent, but one of^which the audience waa not made aware,^occurred on Thanksgiving night at the^Standanl theater in the performance of^^Tlie Seven Ages.^ In the scliool-room^scene, then added for the tlrst time, Hertir^Van l.^xi is onlered to get on Jamb Van^H'ort'i back and n-ceive a birching from^tlie schoolmaster. He tloes so, and jumps^over in time to allow Van Wart to get the^full benefit of a terrific blow. On Thurs^^day night Hrriir (Mr. Dixie) in jumping^over the hack of the other boy I Herbert^Greshaml accidentally pushed the pad^which Mr. Gresham wears entirely out of
Klace,so that, when the schoolmaster^rought the birch down with all his ferce^so that it should make a resounding^whack, the actor got the full benefit of it.^His ktii-e breeches wen* thin, and he must^have felt the blow acutely, for he grinned^ami ground hia tea-th for a full minute to^keep from crying out.
Lathamis but 29 years old. and yet he^has three wives, all of whom are living.^He sartcured divorce* from two of them.^Comiskey once remarked hi Latham: ^ If^I hail half your trouble I would be either^in an insane asylum or a |ienitentiary.^You're harum scanira and don't know^what trouble in.^ ^ Now you're shouting^Cap.^ waa Arlie's reply. ^Nothing I Kit It^^ers me. I'm right in the city all the time,^no matter whether they come in carriages^or hearses.
itliccrswent to his hotel ami found 1,215^silver dollars in his valise. Kcilly was^brought hen-ami kept ill confinement by^the otllccrs. At 11 the night watchman^at tin- bank was urn-steal.
CharlesWolcott, the night watchman,^tells the whole stairy. He says Riley^wautctl him to go into a schema- to kill a^rich Chinaman anal nib him, but he ale-^elinetl. Afu-r this nibbing tha- bank wus
suggestedlltlal wllt-tl the Isiokkeep. s fuilefl
ttiturn the knob of the combination hick^mi the vault one night he knew the oppor^^tunity had come. He sent for Riley, who^came with his saa-k ami tha' two carried^the silver out of the vault. Riley tasik it^to the river ami threw the boxes in, mark^^ing the place. Kilty afterwards got thai^money ami la-gan s|m iiding it rapidly.^He gave svn one night to the pmprictn'aa
'of a house of ill-fame to close her tltsirs^with no man in the house but himself ami^a friend. Wolcott says he never got a^dollar of the money. Wolcott claims the^hookkoe|m r hail several times asked him^to close the safe for him. but on the night^of the robbery hail only pushed the
Kruiiithe Hrtsiklyu Citizen.
Tha-story' tohl hy a lady friend, shows,^among other things, that imliistry ami^|s-rsa-va-ruiia-a- an- as necessary to success^ill thieving as in holiest means of earning
HOLIDAYGOODS.^We offer the^FINESTCOLLECTION
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J.R. Boyce, Jr., ^ Co.^Corner Main and Broadway, Butte, Moot.
CornerFront Slid Main Streets.
TheFinest of Imported Wines^Liquors and Cigars
ToIn- fasinil iu Ilia* rlty a-aiimtHIitly am liantl.
AnElegant Free Lunch
Hervis l Iwith Hay ami Night.
I'llAS. HKKTHTII. Prop.^Main Street. Near I- rout, Atiaitinilu. Mont.
INTIIK llf I ^If I I'OI'KT ItKTIIK COINTV^of iH-t-r lysine, state of Montana. In tlu-^iiiatti i' of tin- estate of Kiifliarlsta- rYAoanUer. aa^-^asatMta; orilt-r to slmw i-aiiKi* why onlcr of saleoff^ft Ml estate slionlil not Im- mailt-. ^1'ierre l.t-iiiouie.^the ailiiiiiiistrstor of the a-st.ite of Kiieharistt
lateof saiil tleceaMctl appear hefore the saiil l^ts^Mat a'oiiit on Motiitav. tin- 7th gay of January,^IHMi, at in o'floek III ilie foreiitsiii of sai-l tlay. at^Hit- court nsiiii of saiil llistriet t 'mm. at the court^^oaga*lasaWOaant) of ls-er l^mlyc. to show^cause wli\ an o iter shotilil not Is- i-ranttsl to the^saitl 1'ierre l^-nitnne to sell so milt h off the real^estate of I lit* saitl ili-et-ast-tl Kiit-hariste l*elis|iiier^as shall tie nt-'-essary. Ami that a eopv of this^tinier In- putilishtsl mice a seek for at leant four^^an el^six ^^ weeks in Ana. nil.la Stamlanl. a news-
}ta|n-rpt iiiiftl ami piihlisln-tl in saiil I leer l^slge^-^Hiiitv.|i. M IH'HKKK. Jualge.
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AndMachinery for the Systematic Reduction of Ores by Amalgamatiaia,^Concentration, Smelting and Leaching, Builders of the Homes take. Gran^^ite Mountain, Drum Lummon, Anaconda, Blue Bird, Lexington and B*-^Wetalic Companies' Reduction Works.
Gearedand Direct Acting,
Prospectingand Development Hoists. Builders of
TrueVanning Machines and Embrey Concentrator. Electric Light Planta.^Agents for Rand Rock Drills and Compressors, Otis Elevators, Knowlate*^Pumps, Root Blowers, Kingsland A Douglas Saw Mills. Pennsylvania^Diamond Drill and Mfg. Co. Baragwanath Heaters.
UnitedState* Electric Light Co. New Haven Machine Tools.
SALTLAKE CITY, UTAH.
SoleWestern Agents for
TylerWire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
E.C. FREYSCHLAG ^ CO.
Bart^ Packard and Laird, Schober ^ Mitchell's^FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
FURNISHINGGOODS.^L^jrd^chober 3g Mitchell.
Desiringto close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishing^Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we wiu^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.
Er.O. FREYSCHLHG ^ CO.,
NextDoor to Bank, ... - Anaconda. Mont.
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Largestand Best Assortment of Lumber In^Deer Lodge County.
LATH,SHIXf il.KS. WINDOWS AND MOULD-^IN^:s ALWAYS IN STOCK.
ALLORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Ofl1oa anal yard m-ar Front strwt,^rsllruaul ^tatlam. Anaconda. Maiutana.
WOODAMI COAL ALWAYS IV BTOtat.