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THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. 1891
7 THEGREAT NORTHWEST InterestingHtppeilifs U Tib, the^World's Fiwred Sectioi INDIANS HATE CHINAMEN Th Stalk of a Lily Sayan Feat^In Halajht^On Board a Jap^^anese Steamer^Pe^^culiar Spring. Thefirst load of new cats this season^we* bauled through the atreeU of Dam-^ersvills, laat Mondar. direct from Rama-^dell Bros,' farm at Ezan. The price at^prraent la 91.76 per carl. OnFront atreet east, Westminster, in^rear of J. W. Haivey's premises, is a^sprint worth note. A barrel bas been^sunk in tbe around, close under the bank,^end about 60 feet below tbs lerei of Co^^lumbia atreet. At all times of tbe year,^dry, wet, frosty or otherwise, the barrel^is full, exactly to the brim, with the^clearest and coldest water. It nerer^overflows, but always remains exactly at^the aame level. Aluminousmeteor shot through the^sky shortly after sundown Friday even^^ing, says the Nelson Miner. About 10^seconds elapsed from tbe time it ap^^peared above the mountain tops north^^west of Nelson till it disappeared behind^the mountains on tbe southeast. It is^dcscr.bed as looking; like a rocket, tbe^hall appearing to be shout aix inches in^diameter snd tbe tsil 30 feet in length. TheWathinglonian says: The work of^rescueitig tbe rails from the wreck of tbe^Abercorn, which has boon successfully^prosecuted for a few weeks past, bas been^suspended until another season, because^of the increased risk caused by tbe surf,^which begins to break more violently at^this season of the year. Already aome of^the wharlluir bas been destroyed by the^waves and the divers have departed. The^engines and rescued rails were aafely^mov-d to the shore, and we learn that^enough rails ha v .^ been secured to cover^all expensos thus far incurred. The work^was commenced rather late in the season,^but another year will be taken in hand^early and tbe work completed in all pro^^bability. Thestesmship Zambesi moved down to^the Portlsnd (louring mills wharf Mon^^day, says the Uregonian. to take on about^1,6'ju tons of flour and 100,100 feet of luni^ber, which will lie brought along side her^on barges. She v. as to get away for Japan^that night or early Tueaday morning. A^louk down tho main hatch of one of these^bugo ships when a few hundred chests of^tea hsvu been hoisted out is enough to^make one think that all the tea this coun^^try would need for tbe next year or two^was on board. It is like looking down^the crater of an extinct volcano stuffed^with chests of tea. There are also many^curicus things to he seen on one of these^big steamera from the orient Tbe for^^eign style of clothes worn by the officers^and tho Jspanese even attract attentiou^The low-crown soft felt hats, ornamented^with a ^puggaree^ or strip of thin silk^around the crown, an Indian fashion, is a^curiosity to Oregonians, and so is the^^punkah^ in the dining saloon. This is along eloth attached to a pole suspended^from tbe deck beam* over tbe labia. A^cord attached to tbe pole runs out through^one aide of tbe saloon, and when the offi^^cers tit down to tho table, a ^punkah^boy^ pulls this rope, causing tbs pole and^rope attorned to awing back and forth^over tbe labia, keeping up a circulation^of air and scaring away flies, etc. Than^there are always a lot of strange pels,^birds, monkeys, ate, on board, to say^nothing of tho strange races of men, with^their strange cooking utensils, etc. AJapan lily on exhibition* at the Mer^^chants' bank, in Port Townsend, cut in^tbe garden of Mrs. Emma Plumtuer, is^one of tbe finest specimens of tbis beau^^tiful flower ever seen there, says the^Leader. Tbe stalk of the lily stood seven^feet high and its blossoms make a solid^mass 18 inches in diameter and 28 inches^high. There are 23 perfectly formed,^full-blown lilies in the clusterand 14 buds^nearly ready to blossom. Tbe flowers^are very fragrant aud ibe great white^petals, with brown and golden spots, ars^peifjctiu shape in every one. The vase^which holds tbe lily stock is quite attrac^^tive to many as lis contents. It is a beau^^tiful piece of Japanese srt, the decoration^on the blue groundwork being a flight of^swallows in mosaic, esch bit of plumage^formed of a separate piece of shell, with^silver wire between, and tho whole col^^ored true to nature. APress-Timet representatives visited^the Sncqualrae Hop Growing associa^^tion^ big lauch Sunday, and reports that^250 tons of hops is the amount of tbe^product to be picked from tbe yards.^Two or three hundred Klickitat Indians^are on the premises ready to go to work,^having arrived Saturday. They are a^fairly good-looking, active people, and^come prepared to make a great holiday^out of tbe bop picking. A few have^musicsl instrument!, and a violinist was^entertaining a crowd of full-blooded^Klickitat Indiana at tbe ranch yester^^day when tho t're*M-l'^ne* representative^broke into their c-amp. His melody wss^tho ^Arkansaw Traveler.^ Some of tbe^Indians joined several white men, who^were executing a clumsy jig, and tbe^^traveler'' himself was not master of as^many d.flVrent steps as were seen there.^Only a few of tbe Kliekitats were taking^part in tbe dance, however. They ars^said to be tho largest and most uctivo of^any of the tribes except tbe Sioux. Tho^superintendeut of the ranch said thai^one Klickitat would pick as mauy bops^aa two Sound Indians. Those at the^ranch were all well-built, active fellows,^and those who could speak English^seemed to bo much more Intelligent than^some of the whites. They hate the^Chinese and have a groat contempt^for tbe Sinash Indians. One of them,^when asked if they were ever going to^war again, answered tho somewhat^stupid inquiry in an impressive man*^hit. He took a small quantity of corn-^meal iu his band and said: ^This Kliek^^itats.^ Then, seiiing a large double^handful, said: ^This white people.^^Napoleon himself could not have an^^swered a question more sententiously. THISWAS LOVE. Neitherof them knew very much about^sailing, but tbey had watched the sklpp* r^carrfully the day before and thought th^ y^knew pretty much about it. It would have^besn all right If they hadn't j.bbsd in^^stead of going about. They both dodged^the boom and then sat on tbe edge of tbe^boat and watched the water pour in.^When tbe boat held all it could it gradu^^ally keeled over to leeward, and they both^climbed up on the windward side. Itwsa rather damp and uncomfortable^on the edge of tbe boat, but they watched^tbe sponge sink, and then tbe wooden^bailer and the center board stick bad a^very interesting rsce. Uut wbeu every^^thing bad floated out of aigbt, and there^waa nothing left but an ugly sail in front^of them, Ulled with water and seaweed,^and back of them tbe shingles of their^newly-rented cottage glisteuing in the^sunshine, tbey began to feel bad and^wisbsd they hadn't com^. Tommy tried^to whlstlr, and Jack said something^funny about breakfast. Tommy, entirely^by accident, b-gan whistling ^Com^^rades,^ but sfter entering into the first^chorus with considerable seal tbey gave^it up. Tommy ran over bis repertory of^songs in his mind and happened on^^That is Love. Jsckwas very much enamored of a^lady at tbe hotel, and ^That is Love^^sort of went to the right spot. When^Tommy bad sung the second verse about^tho two churns lost at sea, and how one,^Undiiig the plank wouldn't hold two any^longei, slid eff and let his pal live, be^stopped and thought very bard. Well,Jsck,^ be said at last, ^I've de^^cided tbst's what I'm going to do. What^^said Jack. Slideoff the plank and let you live. ^iilthere's room enough for both. Well,1 suppose there Is,^ said Tc mmy,^^unless there should be a tidal wave; but^it seems to mo if I have to drown out hero^I'd belter drown aaving you, even if^there's only a small chance of your being^drowned. Jacklooked gloomy. Finally he said:^^Tommy, I'd be only too glad myself to^die, but yell see^I suppose there's no^harm in lellingyou uow^thai girl ovrr at^the hotel is dead stuck on me, and if I^should drown it would break her heart.^^Tommy didn't say any more, hut pulled^out his watch^tho silver ono his mother^had given him^aud told Jack to take it^home if he was dually saved and give it^to his little sister, and to tell her that tb i^blowing on the lid was only a joke, niul^that all she hud to do was to press tho^knob at the top. Thenbe said good-bje several times^and fell backward into the bay. The^water waa very warm and rather pleas^^ant, but before he had gulio very deep his^head touched something soft and sticky.^He was sure ho had ^ r irk a sea strpent,^nud struck out with both hands. At the^first grub he pulled out two bandluls of^serpent, and then bis feet struck it, and,^stcudying himself, he stood strsight up^on its hack. Then m* looked ubout and^found that ho was about ksrsw feet away^from the boat, up to bis waist in water^and violently holding on to two handfula^of mud. tie looked at Jack and Jack^looked at him. Then Jack climbed down^and walked through the mud a few^hundred yards to the sboro. CHEIPADVERTISEMENTS. Attverrtmmunesurmr das asas ^** rent psr^vorrf each mxmm; smsssI rots* ^m amtraats^^e^ ifi nsnods. A o aavrtftineni oocrpurf MISCELLANEOUS. THKMIM.F.S^iHaralag hot^Park aud Montana streets KAH-KK. Vrt tlrsl Mass^house; bonis cook int. Corner InsI ^A split nosr ^rll^ r. while, limwurars.^J A llbei al rewa d will be paul if rrlnrneil to^.^ a \\. Park st, Butte.^^ I in FORSALE T.V)inALk^A arst eisss bakery, toe iiillnn^I good nmso slid delivery w.iron. s itlie^rut At cost ft..ta^; will lie sod tor f^0^ if I iken^helots r*|^:. r.. boo.i line of tr .de and pa.lnt^business; o^n-i is s'tuv b*ek to i.einnm.^keaet h- desires to sell. Addreis II rai)in,^'^lent rails, Mont. IJVIKSALE A food tmardtni; housi having^Mi nosidera st presrut ttuie. eheap. Iii^iun ^^or Harry Brenaan. U2 hast Hioadway, Unite. HeWealed to Uls Heroically, bat the^Conditions Were Mot Bight, Fromthe Evening Hun. Unknownto their families. Tommy and^Jack bad gone down to tbe wharf at sun^^rise and were now away out on tbe bay. JudgsBallot's Ksperleoes. Pf.ndlkton,Ore., Jan. 12.^Having suffered with my kidneys, I was^induced to try tbe OREGON KIDNEY^TEA, which relieved mo in a short time.^1 take pleasure in recommending it to^the public as a safe remedy for kidney^difficulties.MOMS W. Hailky, CountyJudge of Umatilla. Askyour dealer for tbe Irwin Cigar. I.M. THORNTON, FIRE InsuranceAgency REPRESENTING JrTNA.of Hartford. AMSIO-NK V ADA. of San Franelsos,^, CAMFORNIA. ot San Francisco, COMM KHCI AL of California, F1KF.MAJ.1IFUND, of CauIoroU. HAKTFOBD,o! ItarUord.^I IMI'KKIAL of London. L1VEUIUULand LONDON sad uLOBB, LONDONA LANCASUUUt, NATIONALof Hartford,^i NEW ZEALAND,^j MACAKA, of Nsw York. 1I'.ul.M-V of London, UlEEN,el Liverpool,^^ I N ION. of California. V.ho I r.UN. of Toronto.^^ AEstablished iSS;. *Npttt A Strickfaden ANACONDA Real.Estate. Agency, FIRSTST.. ANACONDA. tWRealEstate and Insurance Arents. Miu-^uifc- brukcis. Collectors anil Couveyaucera $500Reward ! WTwill p*\y the ^lwr^ rrwarti (or mnj MM **t Mrrr C\ni|iJaiiit. I^ya|*t^.is\, Hirli Hcadnciir. tuttlj/^^tlon. Orta* ti|usii^nat* i .-i. ^t i wu t'.4tiit^t nn ^ ,t u v ii \iV ' .1 ^^ l.ivtT IV K v ' . i tbe itasMMaM strictly^MsMMawl with Thf y in ^^ ,-nrt ly Vo^rtablai, and MMf^fatitortvn tatlvfftvtlon. MfMF*'osited I..^t ^^ll(^tnili|t M 1'ilN, ^^^ t ents fU*^.r*3 of . int.rl.Hii^*n l mi^jih'tif. Tho MfMswM msnitf.k-ttin-il ouljr by^tl^i^ lollH C Wlbl CUJUrAhV.CUlv.AUO.ILL THESMITH DRUG COMPANY, -bOLj*aokjcw^^IUOI STKEET.dtJtACONDdt, MOM WARMSPRINGS ] STALMANN^ LEWIS, raorKiRToas. FRESH DELIVEREDEVERY DAY^IN THE WEEK. JOHNSC0Y1LLE, Imager. WM.JESS0PS0NS sysjsjfjjp SHEFFIELD,ENGLAND. sTAjnTfACTVEUSOP BESTCAST STEEL FORTOOLS, ROCK DRILLS, ETC., WAKIiUOValli 714N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO., EZRAH. LINLEY, Agent. THE SMITHDRUG CO. DRUGGISTS.Read's Old Stand. JIUHRTINSt FOX. DEALKBS ix FineCigars, Tobacco and Confectionery. wbstesslsand HetaU Dealer la^COHL OIL.r NORTHERNPACIFIC BetweenMissoula, Garrison, Helena,^Butte City, Boxeman, Livings,^toe. Billings, Miles City^sad Glendive mad^ail Point* ERST HND WEST. luersis r.rti ^n7 better then tbs Serviceoa THEDINING CAR LINE. Tlrenth ruMtran Kl^erlnz r'srs anil firmlshjol iouristbieepers Usii/ avetwosn l^oUits id MONTANA/ THE EAST. 120Miles the Soonest Llae tl^ST. P1DL, MINNEAPOLIS AND CHICAGO. racUcCoast trains p^^n; gjasags Minns^sola. North IhUuta. M n ap i. l iai.j. Urrg-si^an.i wash.ag^:^Q earry eumpitfis e*i'iipm^ac of^J nUrnsa raise Meriuns Cars, First and See-^end Ct-ss psaenea, iniHuiaa lomlM ana r'res^Uko..i Bleeiisrs. and SSSgSjnt Duiutf cars, THROUGHTICK6TS Aresold at all coupon eff ees of gM Northern^l'arlfic isi-road to points North, Kast, .Viuta^sad west la ilia I'nded Males sod Cjsnwla, TIMEBC11KDULK ahkivsat i i its, No.ICT-rVirriiisn repress.r^ip m. ho.lie^ Ion) expressJ....i.ltn. m. Nat At.aniu- mail4J0p. m. Nnt- I-1^^ Die ^^ sito ji f, is. Mivsouiaana lirlens ripresst..u+ m. DRI'akrrimvi i.i i re Ko.1 ^Pselflr i. ..irjBp. m. No.4 l'a^-tie M.ii . Ihrouicli train ... -MIS, m. No.4- Atlantic mall4:X ,.. in. No.lot 1 ^*^ i ^ 1 espirss^ :o:i*^p.m. No.lit' ^Tonyevpr. KS.'. tr.a. m. Missoulaand HHi-na expressK^a rs. Bojcnisnevnri-ss sriivt-t an.t leaie* iroia^N^.nli^rn Karinc di^|H^L Nos. 3 an t 1, ^-^^ in I^rast U^und. arrive at ami l.-av. from Montana^Lmon drtiiC No.. 1 an.t 4 carry li-cal nia.l. KorI talc*. Maiis, Time 'tanlc or bpecisl Is*^frnnaiiou apply tu sny a, cm. Northora I'sciaj^tauioud. 11A I: i KS k. VT.K,^ttcacrsl rtssrsi:ersi.d VicketAsent. st.rani, Miaa, JAMI .s Mct'AIO.^i.cncr.il Aifcfit,^Fast I'.roadway. I.utte. Mont, KEATNORTHERN K'Y LINE MontanaCentral Railway.^111 ''iii Nortlicrn Railway.^K.isi.-in Hallway of MiiiuiisoSa,^Millmar *i Hums Kails KaUway.^Diuuaa, Wsurwsii a fscuko aaUwas, AGreat Through System Tlieonly line runninca ma^ntneently rqulppad^tram eom|^o^eil of Klccperi, lunlnc Carjl^ay^( utuiio ami Frro Colonists' i^t from Bulls^t., tu. t*aul and Muuieapous millioul cuauda CcnnecUonalor Culeaco sat ALLEASTERN POINTS MadsIn Union Depot at terminals rntnfurther aottes ualns will depart ftaei Bullsa.loUuws: No.4. Atlantic FTfire**, litis for Helena.^Cleat Falls. M. i'aui, Miaucauoua ana I istdCl^^joints. ho.2. Helena P.incest, 3 to p. m,^For inloruiauon as to sleeiitnK car reservation,^tickets and tliue moles apply to IVII. LANIil.KT.J. F. nAWSO*. l.en.Ui AiU M. C. By. ^.^-n Ajrein, Butta^UtJena,, F. I. WJIITNKY, Gen.i'ass au.I 1 st. Ada^I liU.Sjr By* as. FsisV GO U MB^I A FA OF COLUMBIA FHLLS ISRSSURED ITIS the Future Railroad Center^of the Flathead Country, at the^junction of the Northern Pacific^line and the Great Northern Pa^^cific Extension. Itis the Only Town that can con^^trol the Timber trade cf Northwest^Montana. Itis at the junction of three large^rivers and the trade of the North^Fork Valley, the South Fork Valley^and the Upper Flathead Valley. Ithas the only Smelting Coal in^Montana and the largest coal deposit^in the world at its doors. Ithas the finest Natural Mill Sites^and the only Natural Water Power^in the Flathead Region. Ithas the Rich Mineral Regions of the South Fork^and the Main Divide tributary. Ithas a complete system of Water Works, Lumber^Mills, Sash and Door Factory, two Shingle mills,^Flouring- mill, Brick and Tile works, and more manu^^facturing enterprises than all other towns in Northwest^Montana Itis at the head of navigation on the Flathead river^and is the center of the Timber,Mining and Agricultural^Industries of the Flat^^head Valley. Itwill be the First Rail^^way Town in the^Flathead Valley. MillMen, Merchants^and Manufacturers^are Invited to In^^vestigate Its Re^^sources and In^^ducements. HDDRESS NORTHERNINTERNATIONAL IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, COLUMBIAFALLS,^MONTANA. ST0CKHOLD6RS: S.T. H mser, Hc'.ona: J. E. GaylorJ. Bu.tes W. 1. Chalmers, t'hicag-; Andrew J. Davi^. BaMtl J- L. Lovering, m. I'au'; Jsines A. Tslbott, Butte; L, C Trent, ^ait Like City; L'jcieii Warren, St Tsui.