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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MOANING. AUGUST 29 1891.
7 THEGREAT NORTHWEST InterestingHappening^ In This, the^World's lost Favored Section. FISH IMPEDE NAVIGATION APortland Operator ExpsrImenting^with eiaotrlolty^An Indian Moth^^er and Her Children-Huge^Tree Falls on a House. Bythe fall.UK of a hii.ro fir tree (be new^rvsideuca of Frank Bridliain, at Toledo,^Ore., waa completely demolished. None^of the iainily were in tho bouse at I tie^time. TwoIndian children, aiced respectively^about 10 and 12 yean, were drowned at^a steamboat landing about a mile above^tile town of Hood Kiver, Ore., last week.^Tb^ mother and three children were in a^sit lr, and somehow or other the skifToap-^^ zed. The eldest of tbe three, a boy,^i-wani ashore, while the mother bravely^flouted with the other two, till they were^drowned in her arms. Stepsare being taken to put a stop to^the uselers destruction of deer on Orcas^island. Wash. Thero arc a lot of alleged^sportsmen who have been there this sum^^mer shooting everything in sight, with no^intention of making any us ^ of the meat.^Adoo with a sucking fawn was just as^good to shoot as anything else for them,^and the land owners there say it must be^stopped. Oneday last week Will lymon, while^riding the range on the up; er Wen.is,^encouutercd a big black bear. Lemon^had no gun, but be is very handy with^tho lariat, and bo noon hail i lie rope^around bruin, and with truo cowboy skill^and a bitch around the pommel of his^saddle, he qiiirkly bad the bear oil' of his^feet and dragging over the ground. Then^lashing him to a tree bo dispatched huu^with rocks. YeslerdayDon Palmer, a 13 year-old^Seattle boy, shot a bald eagle which meas^^ured six feet from tip to tip, says tho^I'uut-lntcllitjeiicer. He is tho s'Ui of A. L^Palmer, who lives on Luke Washington,^near the end of the Haulier avenue line.^Yeslerday morning ho went nut with a^Marlin rille, and not far from tho house^suw tho eagle |ierehed in the top of the^tallest tree in the neigliborbo'Ml. Taking^aim at ^juiu^ a distance ho fired, scarcely^expecting to bit the eagle. H it the bird^fe.l and lay fluttering on the ground^when he eamo up. One wing was shot^off, but there was no other injury. The iagle fought savagely, but was captured^alive. Amtiltitudo of fishes! It ia nothing^Isss than this that is in danger of imp d- iix found navigation 1m Iwccn TaeoHia^and Seattle until tbe advancing hosts of^the tinny tribes see fit to stay their^march. The hirbor is literally full of^salmon, and for two days past the num^^ber has been rapidly incrcasinff. says the^Tacoma .Yuen. Indeed, like Washington^wheat und hops, the number of ll.sh in^nulit was never so great before. This is^particularly true of a person who is^watching them from tho docks or a^steamer's di-ck. Tho water's surfuei; is^fairly alive wilh the pink-tinted^sides of the salmon, which are mak ingtheir annual run to the sound^shores and fresh water streams for^feeding and spawning purpose-. On*^notable result of thia interesting condi^^tion of things is the great reduction in^price. I'-ually good salmon bring ten to^twenty-bve cents apiece, even when fully^pleut.ful. Now at a cent apiece the mar^^ket is glutted, tin Saturday I). H. Hume^4 Co., at the wtiarf, threw away several^hundred ll-h, which, even at an unusu^^ally largo demand, c mid not be used.^This morning 500 shining beauties lay on^the floor of Mr. Hume's warehouse. ^I^paid 1^ for tbe lot, a cent apiece,^ said^he, ^and could have got more at that^price.^ Mr. Hum-, who is unques^^tionably tho most experienced fish^^erman on the Sound, declares^that never in the memoiy of the oldest^inhabitant or the most aged Indian he^has been able to find, has the salmon^run now on been equaled or hard y ap^^proached. Small boys, professional tldi-^ermen and Siwashes arc catching tho^fish by the hundreds, and did the usual^prices prevail would make a fortune.^Steamer men and passengers say that the^wheels and propellers oi sound steamers^are killing many ll-h, which turn over^and float ou tho water. In some in^^stances small steamers hava been com^^pelled to slow up somewhat ou account^of tbo density of the fisb-lllled water. Lateyesterday n party of boatmen^found a buoy 11 ^stmg in the water, says^Monday's Press-lYases. An examination^was made and resulted in the discovery^of a large jug of whiskey which had In en^weighted down and was hermetically^seuled. Tile jug was appropriated by the^finders, who claimed it by right of il s-^coveiy. It is ihiugl.t Unit the Indians^line men to buy i lie l.tpior and th.'ii float^it in the sound, in some place where the^swell from tho boats is not likely to dis^^turb it, and go out and get it at their lei^^sure. Tho c Hi*mis are looking for the^men who luriush tho aborigines with^iiqnor. TheIce cavo^ which am seen near^Trout lake are well worthy of investiga^^tion by scientists. Tliey aro on a level^prairie, and after being entered wnlf n^out into most capacious chambers, with^the most beautiful stalactites forming tho^ceiling. Professor Condon, in one of his^lectures in The Dalles, advocated the^theory that these e ives were former chan^^nels through wiiich flowed molten lava^from the active volcano of Mount Ad^^ams, and, the mountain becoming inact^^ive, these holes formed cavities through^which passed cool breezes from the snow^fields of Mi ii it Adams, says the Times- KgbcrtA. Drown, chief operator for the^Paeille Postal telegraph company in^Portland, recently triul nil exoerimeiit^with electricity that bo is not over unx-^ious to rc|^eat, says the Oref;oniun. Hav^^ing heard that the supporters of overhead^wires for eleclr.c ears ela.m.d that only^7u0 vaults of electricity were used in pro-^|^clliiig the cars, and that this was not^sufficient to kill a man, Mr. Urowu con^^cluded to put their claims to the test. In^looking about for a suitable subject he^was forcibly impressed with the great^scarcity of men who are willing to be sac^^rificed in the interest of science^and as a last resort be se^^lected himself. Instead of turning^on the full 7J0 volts of electricity, how.^ever, he took the piecntition to cut down^the dose. He thought that aliout LIU volts^would be enough to start with, as tbe ifleet would he more soo luii^. Taking^one of the electro les in his left band be^placed the other on the aim below tbe^tlhow with his right, and the circuit was^complete. It is unnecessary to say that^he did not maintain the circuit long, for^although the electrode placed on the arm^emitted the electric fluid through a^sponge, Hrowu's arm was bruised as^though it bad V^cn struck with a sledge^^hammer. Tbe ft 'sh wa^ torn and tbe^bruises were draped w.ih a black and^blue fringe that resembles a highly dis^^colored optic. Brown hail i o intentions^ot continuing the exper.neons, anil, to^tell the truth, hr is glad that he is alive. Messrs.Cordon, Stotko, Bowman, Mc^^intosh and Pin Ipi had u battle with a^black bear last Friday near Plum statieni^says the Olympia Tribune. Tticir only^Weupoti of ilc.'ense was an nx ^. but brum^was glad to beat a retreat. '1 lay came^upon ilie bear suddenly and Mr. Stoiko^advanced toward it with tho axe. The^bear J imped up a larg ^ oak, when each^of those present began to pummel him^with stonts until he began to descend the^tree. While crawling down he was struck^with the ax^, and hastily rtguimd bis^perch on tho tree. A/am they stoned^linn, when he jumped to the ground and^made for the timber. V. icti ot tho men^told a thrilling tale of the encounter, but^what most surprised ineir friends was^that they didn't relate how they quickly^killed bun. K-^|ioii^!li.lity.^From the Imlisiian Dis .lournal. Tolook at that young clerk one would^think that tie carries a greater weight of^responsibility than the proprietor.'' Well,ho does, tor tiiat mailer. Tha proprietorcan^losing his j ib. makemis'.akcs without Afarmer in Hamilton county, Ohio,^found a turtle and discovered the initials^on die reptile's Pack, ^*!^. H '' and imme^^diately under IQetn tliose oi ^M W.^ On^the reverse or under shell was ^1M17.^^After consulting the o d people for sev^^eral days they arrived at the conclusion^tiiat the mitiuls stood for ^Dana U - s '^mid ^Matthew Wcllover.^ These gen-^th men were pioneers who resided in that^tonnship about that tune, and to'U this^method of erecting 11 llu mselves a living^monument. WM.JESSOP ^ SONS, 11.mmen).^SHEFFIELD, - - ENGLAND, mamfai Tl hk11s of BESTCHST STEEL Forloo's, Reck Dr.lls, Etc. wVsMBMMBl 714N. SECOND ST.. ST. LOUIS. MO.. EZRAH. LIN LEY, Agent $500Reward ! WTwill pa v Uvs share rewnrU I T n:ijr rj.c nf f.lrar^Cel.i|.:aint, 1 'v-e ^ p- is. t-ii - I^ i*i'.iliir.'-tum. ^^^^^. rtl|u n or t'..^t i.t.i svin, i r ini wits. W. ,t's Vepctiililsllri-rlS'l i, ^ lif H tt.e atSSSttsaS s-rFtnrttjr^rumiilli-il with Th -r are i-uirty VepetaMe, snil ni-vrr^fail t.ifrhe .nttafa. ti^n. S iirar Co ill i l.ari^. Is,law, fvatsMagsi i'tii^, tf* stats B^waio ot esaaeeriiM^unit lasMettsas, l lu- MMslaa awssslsssassi um/ by^gut: JoUN c. west cosi'any.iMCAiaj.ILL THESMITH DRUG COMPANY, -HHiau*^rrs-^^TAIN bTKl ET.a.NACO.nda.. MONT t.rsatSiortaern ICsllway. Fortin- Helena races ilie Crest North^^ern lai way iMontana Central railway!^will m ike a rale of ono fare for the round^tup fftUO. 'licketson sale List to |f)Uj|^inclusive, good returning up to itie uliui. UPer Leads, bill P am, jon printing of^every description neatly Uouo at tlm^r^AxnAi;nollioo. MHRTINSt FOX, DHAI.MU IX PiceCinrs, Tobacco til Cocfcctioncry Viuovsaiesad hstall Dealer ia^^COKL Oila WAKMSPRINGS STALMANN - ^ LEWIS, raorKiKToas. FRESH yiiiii ma DELIVEREDEVERY DAY^IN THE WEEK. JOHNSCOVILLE, Manager. PRESCRIPTION1959 . ... Aweodertul ronipounil er tli^ relctirsts-t l^r Veii'eiix.raris, FnsviIpum im* is ssm on^nMRva t't aiia.m i k to Mm Anyform of '^''f^t f' KEBVOUS MSE1SE, 1( N ^ nistter liow csoseil. K\J} |.^- II MbsH itisiiriler ui tlm \ \ \^' \r ceneisilve ergani of 111'' J iiilier rei. paiu^ .ntlm 1 I 1^A I 1 link, nervous nrostra- I I J*^n,uon, liysti rii. elu. ^X^,^^^n:r aai nts are mnru ;c t lo Kr.ri'\u Axv BtoMY I'AIO Koll I'llRsc-llll-lloN ll'JJ slier* aaiisiuitioiiand rritMANK.vr luus is .Nor^fcrrro ku ^^^ usnns ^u ihjxcs, nissfl h sas or sit noses ior$3 with s-ritti-a^rusLiiiien rs-nt to* mail scvureiy seaiist. A^l-^or.oo nit rrniniuiiieaiions to I). M. Newiira^tun'tt^iiipsuy, M e.i.' e.s. liutia city. 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La i'roiit atnl Mil*^Matlni to 1 lurayo and all points in tlio^1-unti rn Slates and Canada. liiPthc only^lino undiT ono inana^oinrnt betwiM^n M.^Paid an J ( lucaifo, und m the Finest^I i.nippcd liailway in mm .Northwest, il^ii crdy lino ninnini* I'ullni.in Drawing^Kooiu sSlrepinir 1 am wilh luxurious biiiok*^mi; rocmis. and iho lincat ditni.tr rani in^tlio world, via tUv famous **Hiwf Hank^liouU*,^ alon^ itio ^Imrrs of l't pin mid^tho Lm autiftit Mi^^m!-f ippi Kivt-r luMiIwau*^I ^ antl Clnratro. Its trains connect witti^iIioho of tho Northt-m linos in the Liraud^I inon 1^^ |m^i at M. I'aul. No chango of^MM4af uiiy * lass Iw twron St. I'.iul and^Chiratfo. l*^^r ihrouifh tu k^*t-i, tmio luhli*s^and full lTi'orin.iti.m upfdy to auy coupon^i;ck*'t atp-ul in tho Nuiihwohi. CHEAP ADVERTISEMENTS. a4#twftawaaaat uvtgr ttna tua*i *** rent pmr^^r#*rt, tnrh inmrtumj fpmtmm rntm 'Afmi/riai^^m atttitU ^.'.-^:^. ^ u aaverttmemerU acvepi^4 |arlaai tnm% 2S r*nta. MiSCtLLANbOUb. 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MONTANA,^utcnnl #atfasMfoMi Oct. 1, ---wc;. t..},v fip* r'tTit* aaa^aaaaaai aaa] mr*** #^'^^p-tnt aa aaaataala*ia^ai 'n %hm ditaad MatM tlanpaaawf^fri*pn^^if. nn*! Bjawnaatl w.tii ahvvajaara. ataaarai^t't*:u, r.rc ata^rati, ninnini water, li.i tit, steam^I i-.it. rjM-ii :ir.^ pl;u*i*-t . n I iT-.^tl^^rn cftot-n-^t* no**s lit oint rn aataa ftiia miii;.i\ l\u*ica^Mai M-rviCL* .ii.cliy Inl v.xs*. l.aA-s [roiu $3.50PER DAY UPWARDS, At'^ 'l to H/r snil '^^.r.i' :m- of rooint C.W. LOOMIS Prop. glELENBERGSCo Wl.vlrs.ilr an l ICrU'l i'^^^rri It BEEF.MUTTONS PORK GHiVtL-,^TC. MainStrcot. - - Anaconda. HNOTHERRECORD BROKEN. OUREHRLY WesternMontana Edition HASBROUGHT US ARegi JKeJ^loming Jrair\^^ FOR IDHHO Enablingus to reach every part of^that state on the day of publication^has added another, HNDTHE NewR7ULR0HD To(lie Cwr Olci.es ^ H THIRD ^ I T LE^H^D S TH^E m HL^L T HESTANDARD'S CIRCULATION, Marvelousas has been its growth, never before^made such a jump as in the past thirty days.^The intense interest of the public in TkePenrose Murder Gase a^d^Tke DcWis Will Gase hascaused an army of new subscribers to FLOGKTO THE STANDARD whichprints the most complete reports ot these^trials. Merchants,Note our sales on the streets, on^the trains, at the news stands. Comparewith the sales of any other paper^in Montana and you will come to the conclusion^that if you wish TO REACH THE MASSES^you must ADVERTISE IN THE STANDARD. can