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- G.d .afp. - ~ ~- d Nil d dM whMes heaed t.s at wuar he .setmd how he -ame uw -" s d In the a.r.. .. e .sew ..,s eM lhe. "It was the ams ath ý a m was har Almuamh a rws I ythem. I was m wamayr thus, al thne mWla, ast r e rs.e A.inabls, st am bl heald who was a ~esr se thim artr. I was the. a e hriwea plaer ind he Luew k. Tle Wadd a at s . wI. :urkl~. as o.SU ma.um. aW tha war lt e bs7as7 theb all. lame.md whoaL he had staked and lot his se eahe pauled lis .evolver and took eey t I Iead aoarewmd e over bhuem ea m to another until I landed a tLhe ball ps at Alesamdr. I was e.med at to kill, and oas at tbs devils a Ikni runlr it up the back .. w eAbPrlcU rt, .Ultln i .o the nack. potest leather uboes were all burst Swalkln bi.. d I was alenst dead. be sds ed.' I ueeded La gs oat the prlso aned over to ash wlom eon s. Stluet Los loaned Sae sak~ l."~ SWa s thatall e your war expeerlena?" .aked e atl the aa. Tat was Cap Owen owce asked w ina very surprised way whether I had thrown ad r hads wham they sad est. I makldid. Well, I wouldn't have done it,' he "*No, you would have whipped the a.ni. I couldn't." "You wanted no mnore war, then, in youars?" "N lndeed. Soe time afterward. in Nw York I met a frend of mine who was an oee conected with the army of the Cumberland. He and several others and mymelf were hattlang, and they were telling me how manyu baels of money I could win iit I woukld only go with then to the rmy. I listened, and then came over me eeoetona dof mny one night's ea -perliee at the front. Geatlemen,' I makl, 'I believe it is all true whlt you tell me about the money I could wln. I guess I could win a hou lul, but I can't whip that confounded m fy of the Cmarerland any more than I Swhip the Army of the Potomae. he yn see I couldn't get away with the Ato Odd 4..blatea. A Cbhiaman and a gorgeoausly arrayed young man who is heir to millions were Jammed close togethe In n Allegheny st.eet car yesterday, says the Pittsburg m$petek, and I remarked the contrast the par afforded to the theatrical man who sat beeide me. "Yes, that Is a contrast," he sakl; "thut talking of combinations, which are akin to contrasts, let me tell you of one I saw this summer in New York. One night a party of us were killing time in a tour of all the theaters, museums and concert halls on the Bowery. In the course of our Journey we came across a sort of beer garden near the London theater, adauls sian to which was free. We went in. and. as we had been doing everywhere that night, we took meats away down front, right under the stage, on which, as we entered, a very stout wsnan in green and purple velvet was sisginl a s about a dude. In accordance with the rules o the house we gave an order for four beets, and leaked about us. The usual mixture of or-a- hss l senso, aternly omn, -ad Imam,.atnw lads sat about us drinkin. the mawkish beer. The stage was Nall bt the dreaieon was smaler, and the permoerees, mostly very large, -mams lineoooklu ~omenMst on the steps Mad. u dorn!ors it. They were constantly u smadwsiches and other eatables and dria t beer. Presently the walter who had brought us the bees-which we did not drink, by the way--eses to our table with a tray on which were several sm all trays containing-what do you think ? Hard-boiled eggs and plums-the forner ripe enough, but the fruit looked like cholera In small packages. I asked the waiter it that was all he had to offer, and be replied, contemptuouyl : 'An't din good enough for any gent ? what der want? Ice cream an' strawberries' How that combination of eggs and plums made us laugh. We had to keave at once to avoid a disturbane. An Obstreper.es Cem.ssdia. A rehearsul was proceeding placklly in the gloomy interior of the C'aino during the storm yesterday, says the New York mHn. when the second comedian threw up his head, gave a wild, untamed snort, rushed across the stage, Jumped into a hox, and began to kick a number of plush colored and highly ornamented chairs into a bewildering collection of splinters. The first comedian, who is Jalnme K. Powers, followed, and seising the smnall Jackass who plays with himh by one of him ample ears endeavored to pull him over the edge of the box, but the ass would not move. He lowered his shaggy head, thereby yanking Mr. Powers into the bos, and let his heels fly again with a crash that sent shivers throutgh the company. Pauline Hall climbed into the box, ad (desmed cooing epithets into the diten gaged earof the ass,and st, oked his shargy neck. Meanwhile other nmemsbe of the conrany carefully removed the furniture which was in a general radius of the second conedian's hind legs. Nince Miss Pauline Hall had been carefully feeding the ass an apple a dy during the reheral of the "Drum Major," her cooing had mits eact and aftra lon anul ory uv I e'd o sus~e~n she rsuc~cetded in leading the lit tlack Fently out of tlhe box, up the side ase, and around through the stage door. He resumed his place in the rt.hearsal arain, but whenever he rolled his ears thmhese ners of the eompany who iha. penedi to be behie.d him scattered in a wa that reminded the spectator of a bunch or straw in the face of a whirlwind. Te Cerperasl. An Ohio republican, who was promi nent on the stump in the last presidential campaign. an: who is a well known apos tIe of the high tariff gospel, told this story of Tanner yesterday. says the New York World: "The only time I have seen binm of late was in the pension ofce in Wash iaton, where I happened to be on husi nes. He greeted me and Invited me to his private olBee. He showed the magni tude of the force and the perfection of detail which rendered the transaction of business as regular as clock work. Then be saidl: "Would you like to see the wheels go round ? I'm boss here, and I ss I'l give you an illustration of it.' Ro be st down to his desk, took his o.iEcal pad, and wrote out a peremptory dishare for te clerk at whose desk--. was an tat one-he and I paused a moamsnt in our tour of the buikline. ('aling a uniformed m~eenu er n r. Tanner sent out the dishrarge. and in a frw mIlutem we saw the poor fellow with mmmigj a d . M al: Su-- trr Mt-tt a" 3niub lfcr d esMd6 an da -vabod to mia. Ana *& Wmmhblat.. P#W, am belatiwiu ineiiiat: ~I was whndiwIne1 my sweat dam. raising SW 11r 1 m - MW 1haunt to hum. tmura OR IMPOmlaut hmmISmu. Into the mbpsit of a mii.. A" heapv tau Co e fA raan Im.4 at that n"Uamt passed "Ou.f Sb. eyed r froer out;W--;3zz erthe sMvhelter = ata m' baroUs and to accompany ber tohe ml deace. Mw. courteously accented the wre vice. Having arrlved at her hoime which wa mea th p"Mwidet's bouhse after moast **nnrile eonavesation on the way I had bidden her adieu amw turned to depart. when she said, with all the sweet polite neas of olden times.: 'To whom an I In debted for this great kihdnees-* 'My name ' I replied, *is Burr.' *And mine I she added-emnotion enapowerine her &l mnot to fantlic-'ls Hauniltoa.' I had un k o v n Ift smarted the widow of Alexav * ,der Hamilton, our frst .ecwetary of the treasury, who wat slain In a duel by one whose name I unfortunately hear. Im. Harper Ilm r. Propersia di Rossi. a maiden of rare beauty, waest reflnement and unusual edu eation, mlve herself very early in li to the study of art. "Minute tracery" was ba. forte. The fLrt work of this giftcd girl was earving on a peach stone the crudel~b ion our Saviour-a work com priing manmy fgress, executioners, diei enwen an d eodlders, all mest ra 9, and anu e.hl le distribution o the ups. In the eabinet of ges in the of Florence i still to bhe seen a cherry stone on which is carved a chorus of saints, In which seventy beads may be counted. Among other women of the sixteenth eenstury noted as soulptarso fresco painters .anl ee.rwe one of Titian's pupils,. Irene di. iimb I highly educated, sue rounded luxury and with everything beautiful abot berdevoted herself wholly to art. Hone of her works are still extant and she must have used her tide and en ergies to great purpose, for she died at the age of 1U. The friends of a young Alhanaln have been making life a burden to hib for soe monaths by their hilarity, smay the E.r pres. He Invited a young woman to at tend a danee. He sent her lowers, and on the night of the oceasion be arrayed bln melft I evening dress and was already to sally forth. pon conmudltin his watch, bowever, he found that be lhad ten min utee to spale. As he was very tired he thought he would lie down and rest for a few moment so he threw himself on the )un. Suddenly h started up to find that be had been sleeping. He knew that he had just domed a mecond, but when he looked at the time he found it was exactly 8 o'clock In the morning. The thll was over. The girl has never forgiven hint. Whaem Jamell Is seted. Fros the New York Nun. "I'll have no trouble about getting a bearing in congreus."-Joahn L. ulsliuoa's kffer. Scene: Congress (mome years hence,. npeaker-All those in favor of the nmo tion as stated by the chair will manifest it John L. i valln (toudl)-Not SpeE r vosery falntlyi -The motion is wet the Way to Lemsm a maared. Fron the kustom Herald. Joel Poster. who resides on the Pelhan road in Metbhnen met with an accident while out hunting this forenoon. His ramrod beaame stuck In the gun bahrel. and he endeavored to loosen It by poutxl Inly the butt of the un on the ground. Tel weapon was discharged, shattering Mr. Foster. right hand Dr. McAllister amputated the band at the wrist. Oseateaad tae Useael. From the New York Evenling un. Between clerks in a big counting-house: "Did you hear the news, George ?" "No. what is it, Billy'.?" "The cadkier has skipped to Canada with SIO.OUO beloenging to tbe hobs." "Well, well, retty smlart an't It ?" "And he also took away your silk umbrella you left here yesterday." "Confound the rascal A Novel Test t (emaalaeeaess. Fr.n the Jewekers' Weekly. De Sneak 4to a fellow-thief, lookingl at a tray of diamonds In the winlow of a country jewelerr : "I'm afrakl they're not genuine.' L~ Grahb: "Smash the glass. PIl grah thie tray an' ren, and If tihe jw eler don't follow we'll retulrn ther( to him." They lTook Advantage. FrYmu the New York sun. First Livery Stable Horms-Pegasuas. at th. hour of 12 o'clock to-naiht I shall hlang myself by ,ay halter. Second Ditto--(I, Bucephalus ! Why? First Horse-Because I amu so slow that every young n.an who has a cruddlkesumn girl wants to hire me. (oea Legs rem la DetrsLt. From the letr.Mt Free Press. "Really, now," says a Detroit tailor, "but it is wonderful how ascanr a well proportioned pair of legs are in this day and age. I have Bo) customers amuong the hbeat blooed men in town, and I can t re member more than two pairs of prrflert legs among the lot." How Luxury Pluames selMrof. From the Men's a lutLtter. Customer--These cult don't seem to Ibe reversihle. Clerk-No, sir. These are what are called the self-resp.et brand. Carriages, Buggies, HRRNESS. SCHUTTLER WAGONS The MoNt elect Sb ok In Anaonda. 6g to BARRETT & JACKY'S MAIN RTREEr. JELL, HILL & THERRIEN, Contractors and Builders. Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Work. Some of the Finest Buildindg in Helena and Anaconda Have Been Built by this Firm. Oruwlm let Ise J.sbhlas at I. P. Eart' Hawdws sne wcll rw.W veo preempt antenson. JELL, HILL & THERRIEN, ANACONDA, - - MONTANA. J. L. H 7 1I ILTON I. Wholeema aund .eall deark in Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions. Goa oaod and l .w prin.. SPWCI.RL MTTWiNTION TO I]U.ILY TRLD*I dMai Street. Ae Ace , - - - - Opposite Opera House. I8uccessor t I. F. IKIR BY. ..Cm,.--. Announces the arrival of Two Car Loads of Heatirg and Gook StoVes FOR WOOD AND COAL. Come and see the Handsomest Line of Stoves ever shown in this market. Don't forget to come. MAIN ST., - - - - ANACONDA. B. F. MAHAN, ORi L STRTe 7 I INING BROK~ R. And Colleeting Anent, First Street. Near Main.. Anaeonda. Mont. E. JACOBSON, Dealer in Office and House Furniture, CROCKERY. STOVES AND FUNERAL GOODS. I have the Finest Assortment in the city of Bed Room Sets, Parlor Sets, Plain and Easy Chairs, Tables, Desks, Etc. UNDORTRKIHG IN XLL ITS BRXNCHOS. E. JACOBSON, First Street East, Anaconda, Mont. ANACONDA BREWING CO. Manufacturers at K<O lND BOTTLED BEER. STRIGER & PAUL. Proprietors. .rewery at West Knd Fourth Street. -RSK I. R RN CONDR BBB~R er rTH MONTANA, Anaconda, Montana. OPENED JULY I. 1889. (In: of the hbanlnarmel at aI must elegratly al pojaited hotels in the United t4ats.. Thmrunmmly fireprmnf, and pruovided with .i.vablrsa. ele-trs. Ills, Ire arlarms. rulnnigr water, htrths, ste-ru heat, oprun fre plurst and all mIleriro eam.*.n teakrls. l.ana en mllt. and '.Inlad. 4 utdie and m.nrke itrt-ly itrattaa. kate. fr(iu $3.50 per Day. Upwards. a.4nor1ung to s.ru antd ,harsat."r tEf rmuole *occupI.*d. IK.l. HA.HAt'KH iII. Manager. ANDERSON & THOMAS. Contractors and Builders Haring IcAll arc p hal a sr" to d. a gerrial CONTRACTING AND JOBBING BUSINESS. And Nalme Irlrltt sLre rt Pt¢. r hlumryr. SASH. DOORS. The Estes & Connell LUMBER CO. Largest and Iet Asertmet of Lumber ls Deer Ledge CatIy. I.ATII. 4nlS/l.KI. , WI.IMNwr N" .-\ Is 1 I.I .lI I:i;,4 AI.WAY.I IN J14T4M'K. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. I aik " land yar.l .war Yrnest .tr.n4. iass orf Ilt railrmanl stal. a,. Au aiu.. a mla. SiIotatiaa. W' \I1) S .NI *' 1. A .M' %v" I MN Ie l . Anaconda Livery Stable I). [. B("4I IMN KI... 11 l.a.si 1rrt .it. Bruigie.. Saddles and I1 rNe for hlire. Al.rn prprr.t. r of Pa tnorr. I .U d KI prss HIIar. I EUisni.tl.i Ir .. with aUll Iran. I W1. and .rallle First str-.t. An~a.um.vl.. MoYt. THE ANACONDA NATATORIUM I now *oprWL t the- I %aIia. THE FINEST PLUNGE BATH IN THE STATE Th,, water is fr..e ll tlhror s.."e f.vi4 dL.p. awld i kL..t at :. .. ar, t.n.sll"ratur.-. l.rrsysnt ru.*llse f.r all. Private Baths for Thee Who Wish Them. woba Baths ter. arthb Thakets, pear. , .hare detr IS yurs, a rts. West sei u.1u stret, eM b.ulrk frim lb.. naL la tel. ;I E).. H. MAVAG E. MasuIWr. A. T. PL7 YTER. First Street, Njear JHain, - Anaconda. DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC. Particular Attention Given to Pre scriptions. ANACONDA STANDARD SUBSCRIBE FOF IT pOW IT IS THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED NEWSPAPER IN MONTANA. S7'IIi IH)Alrv STA.DAoAn has t/se most conmplete news service in th/se NVorth west. In addition to the regular Associated Press dispatches it has a special wire ex pressvy to cover the general news from every quarter (f the State. The S rAt).'n.an will giv'e to its readers evejy day all the news relating to politics or to the business and social life of the day. Try the S 'A.vnoARD for the campaign. You can get it for one dollar a month. JOHN \. PETRITZ, WHIOI.ESALE IDEALER IN * --INi -* KENT.UCKY WHISKIES. IMI'OER'FI) ANDI IWN)%I.TIC WINES AND LIOUORS. Pure California Wines and IBrandies a Specialty. SOLE SHIPPER OF PABST. Formerly Phil. Ikest 1Brewing Co.. Celebrated Milwaukee Keg and iBottled Bleer. Also the Best Tonic. A full line of liar Glassr.tre. Flasks. Etc.. constantly on hand. Promp t delivery to all )part, of the city free of charge. Iremember the place. Stune B uilding. West First Street. Anaconda. Mont.. ANACONDA FURNITURE COMPANY. We carry the larget and best .dock of FPuriture ir tbis pass of bMiu . Come and see Our Bed-Room Sets, Parlor Sets, Lounges, Chairs, Etc. Upbolsterig and all kinds of repairing pmprt done. We invite sey tof spect our stock of - CRRP rTS-- - The arest maemaortst and best gods i town. The oaly eol.esbly FVummhi stUse In PA1naeod~. P. ."CIVIrnBTH. Pad