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TSI ARIZONA "KICKER."
.a.. mod ..m.a 3Vme Am a
eamve Wessew me.a.goS.
We rm he 3lgaft rVe r"WI-L
We estruet the buoying born dhu lao
ma. at ther Arienes. Kidr:
A DlOtLu HIrw.--ia- week ceertaq folk
who wst to see us downed were ebuck
e tbesea we were not Invited to the
enud autumn *mree given Iw Mrm. Juda
Giderud eve of Jacka Heilrbl. It was
a socal anub on us, we'll admit, hut te
abrsesad churklins bas ceased. It broke
hbart of day before yestrday when the
erir atrrived from (Omsh Mand tapped
the Judge on the anoulder and asked bina
hor the Lbusiaes at cow-stealing got
pm aubmede I. maos a eIIosu in Is
ON th he tle CwAM In
au d vhsM bif sW awd. cold
nt t us we wentehdwn to the tale
uvspb ol tad III rMbm the uberif to
e sau oe. We this e about eves.
It Is not the policy of this paper. as we
haue oft..s staitw, to dapIeN mour pap.uul
tibs g "svirin away" uur citigeuma but
no one must try any aaaaekey-sninae with
is.. We arr eere to stay.
AIrAYs AMrAD.-- .I take pleakstae in
sasaouue-ine to the UUhkl I thies manner
thna we ave estaablsad still amnother erN
- oiu eatoanection with TAh Krio.r.
M ew York WoVrld hbe its wary ot show
hyl I~ s enterpris and we hia aurs. We
havea't g. t fourteen Webb erea at
werk, nor can we aff.td to senm asn expq.
ttloi to Afria-not yet. We have had
har. roma tune under one roof a newema
per olo., a growey. a feud store, a bar
mses .bap. a eandy store and a glove fei
taou. We .ave now added a butcher shop.
Wfieall these things will he run in :con
neetkiot with TAr Kiud.r, and by the samee
editor4al staff, seaubsrbe. won't he
oied to take anything beat the paper.
e oeh. otrn to do the beang, but
we thbik we can justly point w tl prie t
this nmamoth aggregation of anew
ll edited by one central hed and ll
4teadily improving in geaulne merit.
Tan WacArmaasr.--Our subrsribers have
been both surprised and pleased at the
way we have hit the weather for the last
two weeks. We didn't expect to do so
well in the start-of as the only instru
ment we had was an ukI horbeshoe, a two
foot rule and a war map of the battle of
GO.ttynsurg baut we sum e no mistake.
Our lhrat prediction was that the follow
ing week woued he cokld, clear., eludy.,
warm sand varible, with possibhly rai.
We hit eveto to e variable. She va
ried frohaf hot to uach a hot alnht that
r ho kicked the quilts off. The rina
idnmt ast but three days, but that was
u.llBluI nt to let us out.
Our second prediction also bit it pat.
We wedicted wind., calnus, sunstaine.
--oudai prenure over the Aretic
--reagu, and low pressure armand the manuth
of the Anmasan with a considerable wob
ble between .ere and the Pacific. She
wobbled. We got ju.et what we expected.
and roen thin out we arei goisag absl * like
a searrl Jack-rabbit bunating faor cover.
WatEh our smnoke.
ALGERNON M'STAB'S REVENGE.
BIing anm Eptle.s in the Caramr mof Marta
-mra the t' ('ihle Tribunte.
"Ha! Youw rtefut.n e, do you. Minn Ham
The man who asked this question had
passed the first flush of youth. He was
no longer, prope.rly speaking, a young
man. Yet he was well preserved. He had
Cnot rrached the age at which it meenmed
expdlk.aiet for linm to part his hair above
his ear and pIlater a thin layer thereof
over the top of his head. He had thrown
asdle the walking-atick of young man
hood, but bad not aa.sulmmd the casle of
It is well to speak of these facts. fnr they
arm necessary to the full understanding of
this paaimful history.
Moreover, they cost nuothing extra.
"I do, Mr. McStab," maki the young lady.
"T'1en listen to me, Rachael Flk'k~ et
Hlantagg !" e hilssed. "1 swear you lasl
bitterly repent it !"
Wilt whistled the bleak wind. Disually
moaned ther aug clie tree tit rasped and
seratched itself againsat the cre.l ed of
the shinglesl o the rornkce. bhrilly
shrieked the weatlhemrck o0 the barn
roof for a drop of oil and ir~.wsoml.lt
groaned Agerbnu Fits-Thunpuon Mcta
as he st.ole forth in the de-.d of nighlt,
nuuk e his way cautiouily by a circuiltous
route to the ancesntral su..keIlusel in the
backy·yard and went instkl.
"I'll show heel" he mnuttered between
Fron hbeneath his coat he drew a caen
pa.t lbuldlke of letters. cut the string that
bound them together, struck a msuatchl
made a bonfire of the collectionl, an
watched them slowly consume to ashws.
while the cray rbullding shook as if with
indignation and the wind sighed hoarsely
like one in sympathy with the wretched
hut wrathful nsa.
He was burning the letters he had writl
ten in hlappier days to RachaeLHantag
She had returmel thnea to hint scornfy.
I. S S S
Thlis is so sudden," said the widow
blushlingly. and so unexperted. I--I
thought your visits to our house were for
the ipurse of seeing .my dauhter."
""be is too youn, a replaa the vtiLtor
deckledly. "I told so last evening.
WVe parted in a friendly spirit, hut I gave
her to unlerstand as (klicately as I (ouki
that I shoukld not call to see her any aure.
This I suddten. it is true. but I trust inone
the less agreabl on that account. May
I not velnture to hope "'
~Wlhy, sir, I -
n' d now nay dkar," lie said at the end
of IhaW half hour. as he gently lifted
her hel-ad from his shoulder. 1"I should
like to wre ysor-or. perlial I n(ight to
say our-daughtor, to tell her of this hapl
h"5'1all I call her."'
'"If you please, any dear."
"'taeha.l." said AInon. FPit-Tlhonmp
saga MeStab. pkmeasai , "reu will he glad
to knlow, I dare ay that I am to iae your
fatlthr. That is all wie wished to say to
her, was it any love? You .aly o,
laehaei. Pklase close the door, nay child.
as you gnar nOlt."
Chaassey U.apews SIap (hair..
" Ever bohear how Chauncey M. Depew
git the ship chair he tuld on him last trip
to England? " asked a niember of the
º New York conus0lidlatel elchangle.
The RI.rid had not heard and the
broker proceeded to unfokd.
The day before his departure Mr. De
pow anrd a friend were walking on Fourth
avenue. In a conspicuous place on the
sidewalk In front of a small furniture
stoae were two shlp chairs. each hearing
a placard inscribed. "okl to ('baunacy
Mr. Depew caught sight of the chairs,
and, rsmratchilr his chin a moment. maid:
" By Jove. I had alnlut forgotten about
thse pky chairs. Got to take them
right a t now or I'll not get 'em aboard
the ship.' and swinlging the two light
chairs over his shoukler he walked rapidly
up the street.
Tim fmrWld ma* *=a Ger WW
l mse r meis hpts sho amdi
M. D t to op th s cha irT an id asUi
effloer who arrived o the ense as Sthe
ftiurela ma nm re p peWS wd blow
"~boD foler. carry air mie shaire!" b.
xcltaimed, an son as be roulk get carw
maeud of his breatb. "I vast dhbeu tniken
righs away to der court boean.."
"Yoau e the insription on ther
chalrs," said Mr. Deptw qestalr to lth oll
ctr. as he pointed out the d "-old to
('lbunc.-y . Del.pw." and be- took a card
frmn his orket amnd harmn it to thb
olftier. "1 sail for Eumpe. to-meu w and
tbese are ship-clhaw I expect to ueM on
Tite shopna began to mrake omse ex
"T t bol .. awn ttty." iluapte- d
the oleer. whoreauld nso se awbur any
mti.ac expldanslion couMld her made.
"You've dMldese ~hais, to Mr. Dep.w
any ai.alboents e ill this kna't tIen
plaes to apte b . t.Dona' . se an ytiae
settin' hark o roner shop, or I'Il ru yr ine
for di ".urlan' the sews. Na.*"
"7rTht'. a4b~ck thesn -loew have."
askl Mr. Iepaw to Wi.s uompagbloau. as he
nrroslaed wlth a ba. todeliver ther .eblr.
on basl his steMaser. "Thb.e chal. do
not bario*a to me any m.r s thain they he
long so the shah. bat thry will come
lhanly, a the same. The fnrnimure man,
or seome of his clerks, beard I was going
to Eurepe and putting nay 'naee on the
clahi. anad displaying then ova the skie
walk was sima a advertising trick.
The proper place to advertise is in the
ners~ apers. I am not a ne'wpappr. man
bt I'm oppond to skiewalk advewrte
"And that," concleade the broker. "In
how Mr. Depew got his slhop chair."
WeI With a n ewh e..
(ourage against ameendly unequal add.
inspires a certain respect. in spite of the
amauuenent 't .Uetimes creates. The
J"asy of "Pu.'.n*'s Vktory at Gaudine.r'
Bay." told w the Sag~ Harbor .rpry.a,will
make the reader snmile, while he feels a
patriotic pride in the heiro' pluck. 1'nlike
the geot that defied tihe loromotive. Mr.
Paine bad an bone-t gi.kvance and a
plain case. and the British eonnamatukr
was a gentleman.
"In 1812 Monstauk was a commons for
the towns of Easthamnptue and Nouthamp
ton. The people of thase towns pastured
1,000 or 1,210 bead of cattle on Montauk
during the summer. The cattle were in
charge of three keepers. who lived about
theme miles apart, one of whom, nanmed
Paine, conquered the English with a
canoe, a rawhide, and a crew of one In
adian. It htnn.usnl thus:
**Tase nglturab laed cmea ashowe ii their
host. snd killed one of the cattle in
his chalrg. Thboey wanted fresb he and
took it. Mr. Paine dkl not propone
tia.t his herdsi should he thus rar .vu with
impunity. He armed himself with a raw
hide. Next hi found an Inadian, imnpressme
the Indian withll hi rawbklk", and foened
him to paddle off to the admiral's lhip.
mr. Paine was hailed front tihe Ihlip anid
asked what he wanted. He said lhe warnted
to toae onl board. He was allowed to
"He was thela asked what he wamtetsL
He wanted to nsee the admuliral. What kial
he waist to see the admsiral for? T'Io he
klt for oate of the cattle le his cae wlhich
wla heean sll byh tieadm sini's. people.
What was he goin- to do about it mn ease
hea was Iot paid .' tlaey lnqsamired. Well, he
was- going to take it out of the Entgish
Sle.s. What was hle I.aig to take it out
withs? W.ith his rawlmk.l!
*'*'Itw admiral wp i...so *ed tlhat a Yan
kee was on Isoar tlhreate.:st at deocy t
the fleet with an arnmua.ae t of one canoe.
one Indian and a rawaskle. The admniral
was not alarmed, hut he war amused and
inteesk dl. He earns on deck in his cocked
hat and emulettes and all the glitter and
glory of te ttled Brklt:. tar of eighty-odd
"Th asdmiral and Mr. Paine eonfroeated
eachb other. Mr. Paine did n( U ack down.
He epelated latI demanld and hias threat.
""Well." aikt the admiral, 'o are tie.
bravest Ylankee I've seen yet.'
"He ordered him to be paid. Mr. Paine
reteivdy the value of the stain hieast in
larl shining, yellow British gold. Then
with his fore. Ime rowed asborr., leavilg
gained a brave hbut htuaotles victory."
TO test Uid alm Cfea.
Hiwe is a new way for ar irl to get rid of
a late beau.who Is Inlpervkis to all hlits.
She gives hinm a paper sad a pencil and
with one of her sweetest smiles sarys:
"Now nma.e a row of ek.ven ciphers, low
make a Iper dieular manslk dowawaral oan
the riht w the first cipher: sulnwaals on
the right of the fourth ; downwards on thle
right of the fifth; upwards on the right of
the seventh and eighth; downwards oln
the right of the tenth." Ask birn what
be has written. The effrect is eleet*iral.
0. E. MAULE. J. A. NTEPHENS.
G. E. MAULE & CO.,
Real Estate Dealers and Money Lenders,
Raw for male and at lamide prLr.e, desirabler l e (k p rtuiteel. h tusuah s and r sidrn**. Im
proved and unimproved. Are also wuprigtor of the bemisltul sublUvlaunm known as
EAST L.VN N[ E.
in whirh there arr iU1 .nme of the mautl desirrabhe ot to hr had at OWiidal plo.e with a ca rgl
mesrt of Gnor ert. and same amount monthly without latereut. lads range n fWr slt f lo t,
e e t. ere Hs an I navestment whereby you uave yur mone 'nd get .urme r sturn with a g.uul
preo. or rod full Istformatsa call aoa r addra s
G. E. IAULE & CO, Bltte, Mont., or J. A. STEPHENS, Ogden, Utah.
BUTTE OFFICE. XMDNWL OFFIcK.
JOS. F. 1MURRAY,
Having purvhamed tb. hsa.ineeus fnnneiy cand eted iy Jae.e. MeNulty ie now pe-.
pared to urniah his eu.toaeeru with the Ilest hriamad of
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be lfoad Im the eity.
PRJ ITS R ND CON ECTION RY
r*eeh and choice. A welle asorted stock of TATIONr.Y.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
1Whvmp qmmo~fiý Ave 111lemad semed C.
remst" siery slay.
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