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OAROIWNO HOU ,E BLOWN UP.
g aI"sm KiNmld a"U emml Imj .red"
Is tm KEspImlsat
RAVANmAn. Ga.. July 2t.-W. L. Bul
ld's hoarding house in this city, a three
Ory dwelling. w-a blown up early thil
melrgMi. Three persons were killed and
tw Injumd, one of whom will probably
di. The re we people in the Ihoue.
The expiolln shatterml the walls and
Scollai|ped in an instant ;ianIl fell In a
am of ruins. Most of tihe rc.pants of
dre ouse ween asleep and were hurled
frm their beds anil either buried or
thrown on top of it. The killed anr Mrs.
J. Bullard. lAwkley and (Gus Robit.
THE OREAT STR.IKE ENDED.
NiOw erk Clakmalkers will .etmrn to
Weork this Morlnsl.
NLw YolK, July 24.-ThM, claklmkers
strike was settled to-day and the nmwni re
tunled to work in the morning. Through
he exertions of ('oroner Levy anI agree
ne.t was reaached which is .atisftory to
both parties. The manlllacturers recog
ilas the union amnd will discharge the noIn
usion men in their emlloy, reservingl the
I k, however, to retain the Anlierlea·n
who ar working for theIIm. About
Hebrews will return to work t4i-mnor
P'. ae Has Detubed Its repmuatioe lm Tmw
Vesars The istate Ham 404too000.
DsN. E.R, July 2j. -The(two certil ule"r
visor for ('olorado have ~ far conmpleted
their work as to ie able to, announce that
the population of the state will 1w very
daee to 4(I,(KUU. TIe thrte larlget cities
in the state oiutside of ILknver are as fol
lows: Pueblo ".4,M5. uladville 1.:.3M.
(olorado Sprinns II·, . Pueblo lays
claim to the honor of hw.ima tihe only .ity
in America whikh b has dohibled its jlopulla
tion in two years, the. retulrlln inl I.N
giving that ciit)y 13.Mi.
HIs lory adinsg.
Vrnui Ilh ittlhlugs (kialet*.
The glory of thw cowt*y in aIndian terri
tory and Kansas.wheLr" once Ie flourishiedl
as a green bay tree. has kdelarted. Not
many years has the wild and woolly, lard
to curry specimen eistetl, biut his career
has been one continual rmand of pIleasunre.
and vanislwu snot in tie whirl of pist)ol
shots tIat ushered in his reign, bilt in a
quiet disbanding. With te closei of the
greet round-up in In dialln trritory last
week, Kansas and l.w territory will Ia.
free fron. ranchmenl, andll cattle in that
art of the west will hereafter he Iulnder
fence. A half mnillion IH.ad of cattle that
have Iell graling on the ('herokee strip
and the leased lands are oil ti le way out
of that nsetion of the ('oluntry. ('owloys)
from all parts of the welt were enIgagedL hi
the late r ndlllt(ui, atli regardll it as 1the
closing event of the cowlony reign.
Twenlty yearns age thee)w.Isy as is known
ina the west, first mniade Iasi aphls.arallcue
the lgenuie howling e.rror. we iaI1n.
New Me.eteo alndl Arisona now ailortd thl,
last abiding Iplae. for tlhi varety. Iluf
falo Bill only auticilatrl a few years
when lhe rllnceivel tIh ide.a of and carrield
into su.cncsful elt.rt his W'ildl West Ihow
in which tilhe conwl".n were objects iof fllr
greater interest than tilh Iundilns or brlnl
chos. To-morrow- ia moutllh i y.ear,
uaylbe, thle recllection of "Sage husl
Bill" or "PIark Saddle Juack" s. lie looked
and talked in W., ousthle trail, will re.nind
us of the departti glory of the -atleth
A M0targwumu 4 .rr)ya Ia ('rsan.
Imut tmhe Astorilan.
Capltain 1iillonl of tl e ..ni'alluner I'islhrr
June .1U hmunghit upi a sturgeon which hiad
been caught in the la t trap lat tihe mIIloutll
of the ('olun)lihii. alllsuat to tihe w. e'ian.TI'
pecullarilt itlumNt the° ftlul in that theler
was attachiel to him ie cha.liim nsearly five
feet lonla alllut i1w site of a haltler chain.ll
He head l eln elught iu tfore, lill ona thell
under sidI.e of hiis mnusth is holed had hesai
c*L. Throughi this the chlatin had li'.en
peed alid tihrough ai rineg on th ch.'ain,.
thuss formsinsg a ihow kmnot or lhoip airloun.
his undler lip. Tihenl he hlitel devidenltly
beenl faistell to a poli or stake, with a
rope fast.et rl 'n the tinc' l lof time cluail. Af
ter the riol isrike the tHis was at liberty
to leave, and how lolerI h I s9IN' has I* l ,llll
llng whim 'itih the rlllin hiagig to hlis iouitlli
is a ineyilry. If any of .our exchaniigel
knLow wherl tller fllh halis etapmed fromll, or
when. liald will s.Iate it,. it miay, form. an iln
lerostingl sketch as ti hw Ilnl tie "llsh
hba carried tll.he chain alil whe.r it hiuam
been travehling. Th.e sturgeuoi was (uiiit.1
poor, anld ou l of his Ilis, wis I.artsally
worn off ly the rmbltng eft tihe cha iu,
sho.winrg tihat he had traviieltl wtllh it a
N, w YaORKH . July 24. '1'h s. rikimmg clUak
lua &em an-nu mmtuinI tumrbu(ltent used ar
S.aurtinag toi 414 ( vinf lmehum to *'mfonrw
hreir detiai~lulN. 141.t nighjlt tau('It of
tbhem .ent4.rwd tha.. ,:I tu1.(Ift. of Mra.
C(Juia iiltamer. No. 4 Allni r.ltrvt, I d Iwmtat
amslw~tl Mr. Ik·4ltLer'r orrnllllr .
Pock Laborer. as a strlke.
IA?1141?4t, Jul) 24. .-Wotrk onI thle IALugti.,
amn St. Cathan e,' tLdwks bar utonplwti. that
dock latwnbrr of thit utiluigi tlaeilvs oh9IreII
out th~t iour eniEIlhhlu)tul on tile IIcks ill
Co@.EtaluheW of te dlirewtor t riofuaing to
allov retrtNtlltattite. of thl n*lllilll to goI
Inside of the dok to ateertujia if thle Iseems
hve propIer carwm. isstuet b.y the saujion.
Thbe kaukkruplca Bill rrnasul.
WAhHI M(dln1, Jill' 2.4. Im tIlhe Ilholse' lo
day a tote warn takeII ella lIIi' Iltitlority' sll.
utitut' whilllhL I. knlown am lIlt "vlelultayr '
baokruptcy bill." T'is wuit ci ygirdel to,
yemw 74. lnay 115. 'Ih.. "T'.srn'y Iuink
rupt'y l111' War tlhe'ii IuiWW'il withll at - 111
lla wllUtwl aeladg ent; IS.. o 117. lan' 11..
WA A,.lllrtllN., Jily '14. I t isll maltr,.tax
that t'ip(ll'r antd Holar cof theu %euiat.'
@lamitta'4' cull rritegc' an dlil ec i'Ii'tioi
who have tarn 'haarge'd with the' wock of
Pavlsin tlw Lotlgt' election 11111 hav\e 11In
hWned their draft oft thC mi'art~hin' andlent.11
hi to the unriiter.
WurphL ItoacI Over.
gedai to U.e' itmucant.
HMnaaOt .4. JUt)' 21. Tons Miurphy,' whlo
pouded the Swede at Steveniville, ha..
*aa hound over in thai ucuns of *ItXN) to
appear before' t1w griand jur'.
Ratensive foreet lirty are rnaginlg Ie'
*eo her'e aind Flat 'reek.
Nooey I. Hip I'.Ne.i.
Young Snaalliurwe-Say. will ).MI write
as editorial on 11w terrllle ,ffectM of INi
- in ice cream.
Edio-r-I muiJJM4 it c.,uld he. douic. at
our ar rate.ufor nmolding pulilce otuie
le Ada gukling te affair. of the matmola.
* a Mae. What in your subject 7
Yo.. bmnalPll rse I want to rendl it
MM'ý,ed opy to Daisy Perkins. anad it will
b momasy in my poc-ket evcel if you charge
" a line.
e rsrrs ims wM O a
New York city ta l llthaull dlitle wl
dies of all sorts,and preemaly it wv be
until the mine"lusm dawn and them, t
noamore wickednems In the werMe e
bte New. The podkae y that these ae
somewher. about ten thousand pe-.an
there who depend on petty "ded .,eat"
tactis for a living, and who Je.t -ma-am
to evade the rpedge of the law.
course they waste more energ to ddo this
than would earn them an equally good,
honest livingb.ut then they wouldn't have
the fun of skinning the unsophitamted
or the excitement of keeping out of the
(hOe of the most flagrant of the mnlor
swindle is that which fishes for its vic
tims with the seductive bait of a "buel
ness opportunity." The extent to which
it Is carried and the success which attends
it are almost Incredible. It usually em
ploys two people. One is a man who has
an office in a reputable neighborhood and
the other a plausllte "beat." The first
furnishes the capital for the advertise
nlelts and t the theater of operation, and
also indorsew the resp ltalW oi his
assuociates. This worthy usuall has a
patent to develop. which requires a little
money to start, a dramatic company to
put on the road for an out of town tour,
or sote small manufactrning business to
He only requires a couple of hundred
dollars for has prlpos., sti! his dupe is to
he the treeaurer or cashier of the concern.
If the latter auma. the drain on the purse
is hbgusn at oMs1. There are bills to be
paid andl purchames to hI- made. all of
wihich are codhotedlh ins due fotrm. The
victim is moon tired out astll lis purse ex
hallatedl, and the, swindller hlas the one ex
corm: "Well, your capital wasn't big
e.nough. If you could play in a couple of
lmdnrel Inorme slow we'd be all right."
Tlmern im no rntdree. TIhe plundered man
.aum paid no moIney dirnctly to his plun
dk.rer, though the latter rha received hil
mharea of every dollar.
People who advertimse pawn tickets for
sale are generally fra(uds. The tickets
are in moamlly cases supplied by lawn
brkers to aly one who Inay apply for
tlhells with sulfhfi-IInt inllteret to enjoy
their colmlldelce. They are all for sucih
mluredrle.'ed pledg!. as would not pay the
espoeuse of sale. The advertiser sells the
ticket for a lmere u ong. The purcmaser, if
le i. smuspicinou, may not he willing to Iuy
the ticket without seeing tile artice it
repr.el nts. Ilm that cawe lie is taken to
ftie pawlnlroker, to whom lihe 1ays 2 cents
or tle privihige of examiloat on. Til ex
anination invarllaly l.lad to rCjection.
Int that camoe ti.e ticket swindler gets
half of the mearelh monlley. Womnen are
tihe chief practi(cern of thim swindle., and it
ii. mo extemsive a one, to-day that there are
certain Imawml.hom in this city which have
helir regulatr toolsm andl do imorne lbutine.Im
with l)igus tickets tihanI ill timhe rial trumlle
for which they arem licllenedl. leally honll
cst lw.,ple who dleir, to ell palwn ticket,
('la always flllid pul.hlmarunr for tlhum in
tihe projprietor of tihe mIIllany "olid curiomsity
slhopm" e.Uattered all over thie city. T'lhmee
siel'lllatr lllllakeL i b lusine.s of retlellln
lnig useful articles front l.wlii and sell
ing tlenmi aIt a Immoderate pIr+fit onl their
Tlhe heeilig letter fralul liha. come, to be
ia Ipe(riar feature among oulr hIoal I 'tty
nwindlers. He. or lshe, is usually of En Ig
Ilsh olrigi. wIher'i that Ityle iof swindller
has tloerisaeNlt for more, thamn ia e.'atury, in
s:lite of the vigoreims Isnis ofi Fieldlinig and
lickelns, hitIl of which great authors
lovedtl to lay larl lwhir lhamelessl traudlu
lelrey andi thel nilreilehss aBliissllhultration of
ite laws against mne.ltlicaney. There is
as relularly eorgansi4I a lodly of itwgisn g
letter writers in this city as therm is in
IeIlllndol. T''lte ileulll'rn complllricse lotllh
sexe. and are generally lseophe of more
lXtian alve'rage il.llucation and inrm tellgence.
Thl'lir asuuraule not lonly borderl, hut ac.
tually oveireachel s nci the incre lible.
They write' to everylsly whlii, tlihey thinkll
like'ly to assist thesll, or wlon linnr, Ian fact.
eany ilunoly at Illl. without the slightest ex
ucl r cller lallmi uplon tlweir charity.
Thel profession.i al writern of Lt.lllyg g let
teri are udoulhtelll hly tihee usccit worthless
andll utterly lllhameful fi til petty iwindl
ler.n who prey iullcim the city. Thhey arei
plophle whose eldulcationl and natural giftl
relunder it teasy for theins to, earll lneeset liv
lugse. Thei' are rank hlayi'rlitesa,uing the
lutist r voltiag profeilons oi f piety to
hawk tIlir dele'hnadlsle. Th1e Isnonley they ex
trle.t frn the hlose purIses of foolilsh
lihilthllropistl invariably goes for pIur
Icltues of detbaIuchery. As a writer saidl:
"'l'Lhey are thle fouilel t andll ilastie'eet of all
thll fotal and nasty hiinl whi'h subsisut,
ilnsaard-luke, eia thue othiel et the towln.
Shi'lisinslg, deleicable huisaeIcs. C'eteuiiareldl
with whlian is luneaik thlitef i a genlle
A familiar fraud on tuhe New York pul,
lic is that e.'rtpatrattle by the Ilagu smunug
iler. This typical "Leat" is in all casesi a
jvial ie.rinatg ill a blue tflaimel suit.
His favorite hulltinlg ground is il lownll
town1 olle~e*., whle' cumnlllimr clerks yearnl
for Ibargainms.. He blasts l is l|in aaele,
lshiverl. lhis. tli lher.r aIdtal W.e larsl oather
strange sta barths after thu stunst apSpnbvel
style,. cllmwi tthoa'co like IIlay, walks witll
a 'rollling gait amid is always ue'olent of
ruam. Hillut imalehow or other he never
lbai.ks, to the initlatedl , ike, what a school
la.sy would all a "real sailor." He tells
in a myt'slerio.uis mnanner of how 1e was
te'wnard r "sie'suI " or sHnae otlher rol
licLkillg faunctionary on a nseagae4.ig craft
aitdl how. ay virtue of his pinitiont . he ln
joytdt ealviablela oplilartullittler to itatrl aurdet
rare aind valuable l l i.nmnlalitieas into the
e(lnaltry. 'T'he aui loumim s.It ,' Ih lnow htas
foIr ale at advaLit1t.laagusly low lr(JltCI.,pr)m
v'Idld his patruns will al "',spllit' on him.
They umsually ,onsist of Itnlia shawls,
uealts of the Ibe.st English l Irnm(k'lothl ,
Niesi olf ranre 'iglrs or ltittlis. of lry rnll
and eonmmasdl aI rleadly ale. The s.hawl
anr tie Ia.st Paisley,thle cIloth always turns
out I.e punure s.lilltly, the ciglars clea'ar
eamtase amml tIhe. Iay rumn a lead Im ixtune
'lThIern. in a class of f(lmoale swinillers
whll aldvrtis. a as housek.'leers.. T'iheme
are allset always. of til.e lowes t onler ,of
i'alhflil'ee' Womi n. They 'have a'll ai ms.L
,'iItte of tIhe other se'"x mill os''iupy fur
liishIel rabib-, if which their tenanclsy as a
th'eting one.. If their advel.rtisemiment me
'ltnrw' ll anlll.wer th.ey inllluace lh, hre l.alndl
e'IIt to raill. ansl e.nltageI hiltll iln ca llversa'
to. i, in tile middlh of whic'h theb lnill'e as
maciate elterls. ''lhe woutall at olnie ea'
'uses. her caller of ilplleilprieties, helr al
legee hlusbanId nreits them', and tile du1le
Is glad to Iai? for his. r lap.", unless. Ire
laa'en's to knomw i-noaugh of lifte to tl.
aware that his swinmdlers dare not temlpt
Ipualicity, amil anr tryaing to beluff lalll.
Often' a 'aw of t Is st.yle of blacklulail
ComHes IM'fonre ialr 'urlts. lint tlh. nimlrs. of a
year, bH t vie'tllis contIlIl.nme to malIeke it
po)itable foir this style of fraudsl to Iis)
the' Ilalers for ldverll'i.lrtnis g tIeI'n.
Matrimonial aahe'rtsmalnlets,a. l thel part
of lboth mallte anld e'iLLa.. aLnr usuaImlly inl
w.rtedl for tie Ip.lrls.ie of ulllcllnllg ai cor'
renuimllskle*'. wlllaesl tmhe' aui'vertile'r nlma
utiliz.' foIr tin' purls.). of et)ortllng bIiliack.
Mhe I. Si. fsli 4rt.
1'alia ailma %lw .it. Wu111
"Is thinl Mr. 1tize'"
"Tihe ilsimt'r tof miiaIatllr.. '"
".'lat'll y)'ol charge taa priunmt as Ilfe'-.izt'
millaiaturat of Ia)ny daughterl, '
now to Ne5 an Umboela.
Fre the New 4psa paft m.
"Certainly, bt you do't need any."
aid a slemeen In a Chapl atret sore
esterday, to a eustomer who had just
bought an umbrell, and who bad asked
for a rubber ring.
"But I want to keep the end of the ribs
from spreading when the umbrella is
rolled up," and the customer held up for
inspection the umbrella he bad just
"Let me show you," kad the salesman,
as be unfastened the hand and bsook out
the folds. Grasping the stick so that his
right hand hold the end of the ribs close
to the wood be began rolling the silk in
the curve of his left hand. Whenever he
gave the umbrella a turn he kept the rlls
in their original position, and when the
rolling was complete he held up the um
brella, and showed that the metal tips
re. eql as closely to the stick as if rivetd
"Bronson is a lucky fellow."
"He went to a strawberrry festival thli
other day and got the strawberry."
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Permanenly mted in
At outhe.at Corner of Main and Broadway.
Private Kntranee at a Broadway.
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TuMsands of cases cured. AUll mdicines are e.
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No time lost from business. Patlenta a a dis
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sent everywhere ree from gIaze or breakag.
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All blood diseases succesfully treated. nypb
Wltis IPoson removed from the system withOut
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omce hours fromn to 5 and to f p. m.;or by
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Making tih falhtd time to all loinlt
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But ll toI Chllago witholut hlng.it of .arr.
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Ilullr to lan Fral4.vieu with bill o.n r ,Igl
Superb Vestibule Sleepig Cars.
Vestlbuled Palace Dialg Cars,
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Free Colonist Sleeplg Cuars.
Elegut First ud Second-class Cesah.
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Jenn Lind Frut Doors
Ioors and Windows of r11 kinds, Mouldlungs
Pickets, Brackets and itAIr Work; als a
ltrge stock of )ry Iuumilr and Cal at price
M low as the lowest. Cal and examine our
S. C. KENYON, Manager.
W. M. THORNTON,
* FIR .E
.TNA. of Harttord.
ANGLO-NEVADA, of ian Vrameaoo.
CALIPORNIA, ofat fa Franoeteo.
C(OMMOCIAL. ot C~lforIa.
FIREMANtI FUND, of (bilfornia.
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IMPERIAL. of Lendon.
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QUEEN, of Iverpool
UNION, of California.
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Interest Paid on Thme DepositL
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Beef, lntton and Pork,
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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FLOUR.
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From QUARTZ GEARS to light SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK, PERRY,
o --Standard Buggies and Garriages--->
And a full line of Road Carts of best makes. Garden City, Clipper and Chilled Plows. A full line
of Peters' and Morley Bros.' Concord Harness. Smith, Worthington & Co.'s Carriage, Buggy and Track
Harness. Saddles, Whips, Robes and Dusters, and everything pertaining to this.
g"Call and look through our stock. It is complete in all the different lines, and we defy com
petition J. T. CARROLL, Manager.
F II -8STRICKFADDE
Anaconda Real Estate Agency.
FIRST STROET, RNRCONDX.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, minng arokers,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
Cigar Manufacturers will please take notice that I am, and
for years past have been, the sole and exclusive owner of the
trade mark for cigars entitled "CUBAN BLOSSOMS." It
has come to my notice that a number of cigar manufacturers
have manufactured and sold goods under the said brand. I
therefore hereby caution all persons from putting up, selling
or offering for sale, any cigars under the said brand of
"CUBAN BLOSSOMS," as I shall institute proceedings
and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any and all
persons who are handling or manufacturing cigars under
the said brand of "CUBAN BLOSSOMS."
sas Secad Avesem, New York, sad St. Jesh, Me.
CHICAGO IRON WORKS.
Gail, Bumiller & Unzickor
General Mining and Milling Machinery,
Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills,
SMELTING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS
Hoisting and Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips,
Ore Buckets and Water Buckets,
SELF-OILING CAR WJIHEELS.
Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing
,RPrENTATVE I MENNO UNZICKER, Butte, Mont.
aD% woks I Hawthorne Ave. and Willow-st., Chicago, Ill.
F. STEPHENS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers i
Meats, Groceries and Provisions.
XLL ORDERS PROMPTLY XTTENDOD TO.
M7rIN STREET. - r.NRCONDR