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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MOKN1NO, NOVEMBER f. 1S^I
ABOUTGREAT ST. BLAISE CiarlieReed's Big Bliff and What the^Me^spap:rs Say of IL WILLIT PAY HIM THEY ASK Bern*,Central Sportlna Gossip That^N.iy Bo ^^^ Interest Stones of^Men of bruins and^Munc i ^. TheNew York 7ri6unr says: Let^Charles Herd's inaaniltet'iit Mull go down^lo I'osit r.iy. Lbs it roll ulonir tlie corri^^dors of lime slid lie su incentive to the^youth of the country. Ni^ rwa^ a liuinl^better played. Tlieimalny Ormotitlc, the ^horse of^the century,*' as KiiKlisliiiii-n luve lo cull^I.mil went to the stud of Mr. li'iuc.tn,^nesr IMM Ay res, fir *7ii,i^ii, ^ trice^only i c|ii.illi'il hi tliut lime by Dimcaater,^for whom Has Dtiki- of \v ^^^iiniiikii r |^unl^fTO.ltt) lti MR atfo. tllair Alhol. the^most beautiful horse, il is soul, thai ever^raced in Knsianil, MM mil, the^owner of the I ohli.in Stud cous^^in*/ the world to wonder when he^bought hint a', the faluloiis mini ^^f fiilV^SOU. In sixteen seasons this relebraied^liorne earned in aiuil fees llio enormous^sum of i;'..,i,uH Mellon went to Italv ut^I50.0UU, ami Verm ml to lliiiiKiiry at e-t'l,^000. Mr. 1'rawfoid cavo jri.uofor l^tili-^oniy. and Mr. Illi-nkn 0:1 IH.sTj| for Scot^^tish thief. Hubert the I I.-Vll fetehid f1)000,llnmi'tou r:^i i^ii^, Macaroni ^:^,-^600, 1 lie I'alniri |ai,i^J0, tiladiateur, the^greatest Frenchman ol thin till, J ^*).'^^),^Silvio fll.'i 000, and others of almost i i|ual^mem sums rangine/ from f i on dowu to^f*5.r6 ', the price paid for 'J he Huron. Illthe celebrated stallii m ^old in the^United States Ir^ quoin fetched the blith^^est price, (^-iii-ml Jackson paying (or^him IIM.OOU. 'J l.e ^aiue ifi iitlemau^secured l.uko HmM at tJO.ooo.^Galore, importod I'V Mr. Maxwell lor^racing purrsnscs in Iks1, fetched in Knit-^land $10,0UU, and was bold two yearn later^as a stallion to John A. Morris for ^3 ^,- 0^^. He never raced in this louiitry, ter^^rible exposure at sea and the barren^wastes of I. ^mr Island rendering him^unfit for trainuiK. Mr. Swiueri t^uve ^-,,-^C0U for ill** uubi-aien Tremout, known all^ever tin- turf world as tin ^black locomo^^tive.^ '1 he immortal Lex ngtou fetched^only fl5,0^0. Kentucky, a dd as a race^borse to Leonard \V. Jeromo for 140,000,^fetched (l.'i,000 ss a stallion, Auttust Bel-^moul being the purchusi r. Mr. liurper^refused $,Vi,000 for l^iuglcllow as far^bark as IKil, and ^Jack^ I limn laughed^^t an offer of *:i^,UU for Leonatus. Incomparison with these prices, the^$100,1110 P^id for St. Illaise may well^aiunS'* and confound ihu breeders of^thoroughbreds in all parts of the world.^He was regarded as fur I^ low the llrst-^class in Kilt-land. Ids Derby was looked^on as a fluke, and win ^^ Mr. Uelmout^bought him the general Inlief was that^be had made a mistake. Tin* price was^only 115,(100, ami Lord Arlington, bis^breeder, fell that the horse was well sold.^He comes to America, in in the stud five^years, go* h under lie- hummer, and is^knocked down at $100,000. That is a^new rccoid, anil it will staud. IsSt. illaise worth $100,000^ ^1 make^my own songs uud s.nir them,'' nays 1harles Keed, a man oi strong individ^^uality Ind striking originality. ^All we^want M is a little lin k,^ iio add^, ^and^the succ ss ul K.iirview is assured. We^bom* some good mares down there. Mr.Reed was not looked on ns a possi^^ble purchaser of St. Itluisc. Hi-liust-rilicd^tiinisclf loo ofu ii us a poor man. It was^believed tliat one of tie- in joy millionaires^of the Kast or of the I'aedlc slope would^secure the horse, publ.c opinion pointing^strongly toward 1'ierrc Lnrnlanl, (,'cnerul^Sanford, V. 0, roller, .l.icili Kiippcrl, J.^B. Hsggin and Marcus Daly. 1'oorHeed,*' to use his own words,^waiite 1 the horse and made up Ins uiinil^to have him il (KiO.oOO or fil l.t-ou could liny^bun, and going to work viiy quii-uv he^gathered tog*.Hier Sid.oni. I his stun he^had with Idm on I'mlay. Ilu attended^the sale of brood marcs anil weanlings^on that day, and was horn 11 'd at the ex^^travagant prices, and returned from^Hunt's IViul with th ' conviction that St.^Illaise would letch $lii0.00u and possibly^in ire. tin Saturday lie ut-onc eaily. ami^ill the i xpr*-*.sive l.iuguaue of the Wesi,^bustled. Win ti night eauio he look his^place at the suie ring with $101,' 00 ii cash^m bis iii' ul pocket. Theonly c:iuiii'e It e l has is to earth^^quake these leil,^*^.,^ was his mental re^^mark as he pulled his hat low down on^Ilia forehead and let Ins glim-ring eye^fall upon Lor,liar', llaggui, l(ii|.|**rl.^Potter and oilier t \|x i t* d ^'^^ni| etilors^with millions at their back, Uem-rul Sail-^ford sat lieside him, shall eaiised many^to imagine tuat he v*a-. liuliliii*/ for the^Attistt rdum man of car|iets. Hut there^had Iseti an uuderstaudiug between tlie^two, broiiflil about in Mr. Heed's diplo^^matic say. Seehere, Sanford,^ he hail said in the^course of llio afternoon, ^you nru a^millionaire mid can afford to give any^price for thin horse. If, id is n |oorin^ti.^Now, don't yi u bid against u poor m in^unless the price goes beyond Ins l.in.i.^K'ed's limit is iliO.ooo. Allnclit.^ said the general, ^if the^other fcliows don't raise you 1 won't. (until i. tig Ms uii mi.iI r*mark* ui tin*^ring side, ^ l'o ^r It e l ' said : ^Ve^, K..^*d's^ouly chalice is to rurllnjil.ikc tbelll II li*^^r'ovtn'lti.nkv ti e I inn in g;ny high those^millionaire fellows win get in the |hii^cheap and stay along. ... |l,nulaim* don't^look very big. I'll stiirt in so strong that^they won't draw uuv cards. '1line bids of $50,000 wore ui ide siiuul-^tsneoiisiy, one fram Tierre L inll.ird, SSaS^from Liieu*ti Appl* by, win, in the egcite-^meui ol the nuonc n i-too I up unit raised^bis hand, and the tli.nl Iroiu an unknown^source. Tinn enme tli*' biggest bluff of modern^times, when ^1'.or Keen's ' tlOl.iAAl bid^rang ibiough ibi h nise. Ofa truih he iian enriliquuked them^If the grnlllrl hud op^ in d and sw.ilhiwid^Ihi m th* y could not bar*' mopped their^bauds qui! ker. Jhe uueiioiiecr'a ivi ry mailt t fell with^a rsp so hard as to split th, *lesk, and Si.^Ulalse paused into tl.c poss^Ssloll of Iht*^master of Fauview, tin- BSSEM of Thura^ami tin- biriiipltice ol Yorkville lieile. Mi.Heed said yesterday that In- would^bsve gone to $110,000, uud taken Un^^charge of raising me fctt.O 0 that he diilu't^have ui his pocket. OsasraJ Sanlortl, it^Is understood sinoug his fneutls, wss^prepared to stand oil thu other wdiiou- airesat $150,(00.^Willi ^Poor Heeti,''^Ins own songs and^The sum total of^eluding the horses^sold in December,^and the unexpired^farm m Kentucky,^horses were sold. butbe kept bis word^tbe man ^bo makes^sing* them,^tbe Nursery sale. In*^in training which were^tbe farm at Babylon,^lease of the breeding^is $707,645. Iu all 131 TheNew York paiiers are naturally fudtooveill iwoig with Charles Heed's^pluck in buying St. Blsise and raising the^original bid $j0.0OJ to MkaflsW V-,1, at a^single hound, a leat thai was never per^^formed tie lore. All ogree that it was a^shrewd move, and ready renu let! in tbe^horse selling for le-n thsn he would prob^^ably have fetched had Mr. Hei d fo.lowed^Ibe usual couis i and bid $l,OX^ or even^^.'^,^*^ o ut a tune. The New York 7i^ic^^argues the ipu-stioii from a paying point^it view us a speculation, and says: The^hor^o actually sold cheaply, ill Ihe light^of his capacity as a dividei.d^earner. Ha m hut 11 years old, and^he has iteforu him the a in ^nt absolute^certainty of an many mare years III winch^he will he usetul to his owner as a sire.^Should there develop next yeur four ^.t^ers among his get hkt* Potomac, Las^Totca, St. r'ioriiin and ^ besu|*cuke^and^the t hane* a are that there wil. ^ lln-n lie^would lie the most valuable piecu of^horst fl sli in the world. '1 he reputation^gained hy those four will do until others^conic to add to Inn slrcady illustrious^fame. Had it man who owned no other^horse bought htm lor $60,100 more than^Charles K cd pual lor hnn, he could be^math- a more paying investment than n^similar sum of money put into any other^business that in known. Supposea in in who had $160,000 to in^^vent hail bought him, and placed him on^a farm in Kentucky an a public stallion,^as nires that an* not kept for private line^are known. Lint year Mr. Belmont bred^him to lis of bin own mares. An owner^lining him us a public stsllioii would^breed him to say 40, or p -rhaps So mares,^nnd he could easily secure that number^from the owners ol hiood mares that^would willingly pay $1,0 4) each for his^services. His earning capacity would^then lie in bis first year one-third his^cost. In four years he would pay lor his^original cost and all the expeiisos attend^^ant upon Ins keep, iiiaurauce, interest on^the investment, and every cither ex|s^iisc^attendant that can posmhly Ihi imagined.^With each year he would iucreasc in^value, pr^ vided that Ins owner tllotllil^only uil iw him to ho broil to the very^lu st of mares in tile country, so that his^offspring should constantly Iio in iking a^reputation for him on tb^ turf. Betterstill, hail tho purchaser in the^supposititious cine made have limited^him to, say 141 mar* s of approved breed^^ing ut $.'.0*i, or Hi ll $l,uOJ the lllare,^there would have been all earning ca^^pacity that would have insdi the horse^pay for hiiuaelf very quickly, uud then^ihere would have remained to his owners^a half dnar-n or more years in whicii all^the earnings of the horse would have^la-en clear gain. So had a man who^cared nothing for tbe horse, simply be^^cause he had a nplcnd.d lot of ur.ires to^breed to him, been the purchaser, he^would have been a good investment at^double the price at which he was sold.^Mr. Keed got him cheaply, for II^ has u^lot of man s to which he can well he^bu d, ami from which ho must produce a^magnilleeut lot of racers that will noon^i* pay him for Ids investment. Mr.Heed, says tho lime; showed a bit^of the shrewdness that so endeared him^to John Morrissey when he was the right^bower of that very shrewd man. He wus^sal is Hid that $10J,^J00 was tbe pine that^had been set as the piobubleoiieat which^tho stallion would Ins sold, and ho knew^that there was at least one man in Hie^crowd that hud said that if he could buy^him for that amount he would own the^most sensational sire of the age. He had^further said that he would riol give a dol^^lar more ihnn that nninunl. So Mr. Heed^torestulled him bv Ins single hid at the^cutset, mill he knew that so far us this^particular c inp-titor was concerned, he^had th - g tine won. Thou he leaned back^uud waited. He hud played lie* only^trump that he had| il proved to be the^^Joker,^ and no one could or would^take ll. Hadany other course been p'irsticd, it^isdoiib.lul if St, H aise would be to-night^the property of Mr. Kccd. If some one^had started the borse at $., i,o o, us Mr.^Lordlard tried to do, ami had thu bidding^pr* grensed upward bv $5,000 or $10,.), 0^bids ut a tun,-, Mr. Keed knew that there^would have l^ecu aroused, an there alway-*^is at such times, a desire for posai-snton^that a bid ol an auditional thousand or so^would not overthrow, and that then^Ihe bids might, and probably would,^mount lieyond the limit he bail set^for himself, uml that he would lie^^fi, I, n * ui^ if the mtlliouaries got into a^light for the horse. Si he played ''Ire* BS^^out'* himself, and that settled il, fo*- it^made Mr. Ha.gin, with his unlimited^millions, gasp for breath. WhenMr. Haiigui gal hack to his^hotel ami thought the ihuig all over il^in.isi have remind*'.! ban of the little^game o! poker in which he once plajreil a^hand. I'. was a number of years ngo,^when Mr II iggin ami ax number of mil^^lionaire friends of his were on their way^up to *he Pacific coast on ;^ sieaun r^bound for Or* gou. They were in^the cabin engaged in tt lit lie game^of draw. A few pasacngera only^were on the steamer, and among these^wus a ci mini rrinl person, known in the^vernacular as a drummer. Knter to the^cabin tins young person, who has a^itoghiy gooti opinion of himself ami of^his financial stalidiug. The gentlemen^ci'gagi d in the game were unknown to^h.iu, but that made no difference to a^until of his ilk. I'lltake a hand in if you have no ob^^jection,^ n marked the young man of the^sample bag -. H^wis lit' ssked tbe particular mil^^lionaire, who happened to btiv ^ the deal^as ho glanced curioiidy nt Ins associates. *'th, let tlie young man in, ' growled^Mr. ll iggiu, uml the others acquiesced. Thereuponthe y, ting mall su nt down^into Inn inside vest pocket, ami pulling^lioin ihe n il of bills that he drew forth^a cr sp lull with $100 on the back of it, h,^threw ^i jauntily on the tsble, conv.nced^that he had shown the party thai he w.^s^^right in it. Ni chips were forthcoming, anil the^sx mmeretal p -rsnii gaged at the dca'er^wnh an air of sutspriority, ami veiiturii)^the remark: ^Wha''a the trouble^ Can t^you change uT Or isn't in. mom y^II ' '1here was a smile on th^ face of i|i^banker ol the party slid on the fac -s o.^h.a telluws, uud lbs banker tun.nl to tin boardand asked: ^How about ll, gen^^tlemen T ' Oh,giro tbe boy a white chip,^^grow led ihs gr iiled Haggin, and I be^drummer fill over against a chair until^hs tould calcb his breath. Charley^KcaJ didn'if ive Mr. Haggin^a rhsnre to gel even a while chip at^that sals on Saturday evening. Thogreat international bicycle tourna^^ment held at Madia* n Square garden.^N* w York, has been brought to a verjr^successful conclusion. As was ^ xoeoled.^ihe previout world's record of 1.4o5mila^,^made hy Scln.rk, was easily beaten. The^winner turned up in Win. Martin, the^Irlsf Ann rican, who completed a total ol^l.HH, miles 4 laps. Ill order to lake a^share of the gm receipts each com petttor^had to cover 1.11 0 tunes. IP si le tha win^^ner five others did the n quired distance,^ss follows: A^hing^r, 1,441 miles 1 lap:^Lam I, l.UW in lies; Shock, l.U-'H miles ^^lap*; Alien, 1308 miles ^ laps; Uoyst,^1,1101 miles 5 laps. Martin ah-pi lb Hours^^ luring ihe week; Asiuuger 32 hours slid^H minutes; Lamb 31 hours and :6 min^^utes. 01 ihe gate rtceiois it is estimated^the v inner will receive $1,000; the second^man fJ.OOO uml ihe lour others $1,000,^iH^l, 57 0 i n I s.MW rcs|K-clively. Ourl-'.ooo people wire present at tbe^finish and the whole affair was a decided^tuecesF. Thereis tbe dickens to psy at Inde^^pendence between the prob Intiouists and^Mr. William*, the owner ol ihe celebrated^k i li-sli.i | ail ironing track. Alter the^August rucrs Slier.ff Slcff came in for it^hoi and heavy from the total (.btrainers^for allowing gambliug, bquor and pool^selling to go unmolested. Tinsso ratlltd the sheriff that bo deter^^mined not lo get into the same trouble^again, and, one day last week, h* stopped^Ihe wheel of fortune ami pool selling and^sc:xetl all the I eer he rotild lay hands on.^Williams in much woiked up over the^mat n r. When he Luill Ihe Ir. ck tw* -^thirds of the stores were empty- now^i veiy place is let and the busiiuss men^*ay liny have been doing a thriving^nude. Horst men, judges and others are^rapidly clearing out of ihe place, lndig-^nutioii lucent.f;a are being held ami the^stori keepers Heel no that the town will^be luimd if the | rahiunionists have their^way. At present pandemonium reigu-^siipreme uud there is no knowing what^the outcome will be. Theentertainment at Ihe Spokane^Athletic club hist ^ v -ning was unusually^interesting. It consisted of music and^athletics by professionals. Cleveland's^minstrels hail been invited to lake part in^tho entertainment, anil after tho pn-^formance ul the Auditorium they were^receive I at the uthletic club. Tlie event^of the evening was a nix-round glove con^^test between Tommy I), vino of Helena^nnd it liiihiweigiit named Cole from San^K.aucisco. liteMils llietcls Kicird.^Hi re is an historical table given In the^*roffi*/i Ci/e/isf of llio mile record in En^^gland and America since 1881:^Yelir.Am i 11 1:n. IK-Jjni 51 5sM Is4vm .ns 1st, -.'in IS 2 51 IKS*BV Jl 4 .'*s ps;2in :^^^ 4 r.i Pss-ilu l .' I-s9MB 5*4 5s las^2m -...., laIm Ks Hr.gllsli'.in 41 i ss 'Jill41 MS^2111 .1 * 2 ss '.inM Ssts^2111 ^ 2 2-as^:m .11 -Ss 2111Jl Ml^I iii M 4 As^Jill tils STORY OF A QUcER PIPE. AMule, an Old Man, a tilrl. slid a 1'olice- usii's Good Lurk.^From the tVntliiDutui) 1'ost. Itis said that gray mules never die^^thai they simp y disappear and go into^nothingness, but whether this is true or^mil Officer Thompson of the Eighth pre^^cinct, lias a pipe made from the right^fore knee i tin of a gray mule, and^since ho came into |iosnession of^it nothing but good luck attended^him. Ho is rather reticent in^tu'kiiig of the queer pipe, hut^I Ifllcer Htiiton, who is familiar with us^history, sasS that should it gm lost his^brother ollicer believe* some ill-luck^would ul once befell him, and lor this^reason he keeps a closu watch over ll.^The pipe wus made, il is said, by an old^negro who Ived years ago on III H ad-^eiisburg road, and was presented by n in^to a colored girl to who*e rhurins he had^succumbed, l liegnl was urrested. anil^when soarciied the pipe was found in her^packet. Afterit had passed into the arresting^officer's and the station keeper's hunds^she refused to receiva it back, saying that^ihe ^charm^ wan lo^t sbici* a while man's^hand had touched, it. Her reason for be^^lieving this was that tin* old negro had^warned her never to let a white in in even^look ut it, ami if she did she would have^bud luck and finally lull into tho hands^of the ^night doctors.^ So strongly Old^Ihe giri he.leve ibis that when re ea.cd^she Wi nt out of the station sobbing i ke a^lost soul three days atler resume ion. Strangeus it may appear, ihe g rl dis^^appeared from home within a few days,^uud bus never been heard of since.^Whether or not her body ever resi ded^the dissecting table lo be slashed uud^cut by whiie-aprom d students of^anatomy, no one cau nay, hut her^disappearance was as mysterious^and sudden an that of the gray^mule. Whatever b-caini* of the o d in hi^is not known, but he disappears*!!, evi^^dently not ui tin- hands of ^night thin,^tors,^ because Ins personal effects diaaBs^poared at the some tune. 1ins story r uche.l the ears of (Pile-r^Tin ni icon, and lie determined to tall^li* ii lo the queer pipe, mid h*- did. It i%^said that since he Ih-cuii smoking it he^has hail perl* cl health, Ins clothes lust^tw ice ns long, uml ^I'ucie Isaac^ never^bus found cause to report linn. '1 in*,^la rli.ip-, is the only pi|*e of the kind in^existence, and there are few men wuo^could be 1. uud Who would smoke It. AN OLD DAKKKY'd LAMENT. IllsDlseuarss to ^ hiueli-tl isr^ on t-liaugaa^of l asliious. I-rem tin* WaKlui.eton lo. . Hewas a typical old V rginiin *|^-.^key, ami hy Ins halting gait might hive^been an old man years 'hef'di do ivili, '^Iio had a genial siud^* ami a ^line^ui iwnin', sail^ lor eveiybu iy he met, and^bis observtit onn on things which at^^tracted Ins alteiit.oti at Ninth and D^streets \ ester.luy morning cuteri.imed^more thin one passei-by. The- id m in bad atl eye to faslnnns^evident y, for when two young ladles^came along with ilieir pnnei b ^nkn in^ham1, en rouu* lo church, the phnosop ,er^entered into a long lecture on lite change^in apparel since ^ole inisaun use to weah^de finest ob silks ole mars could fin* any-^w h ir 'lioni. Trailslodis yerc ole mtg dj dat vot.ng^missuses am gen u' miglny stuck up m^d.ir guwmeiits. Jen l.k^l^ at di in ataxias^goui' * v.ih yon lab.^ and the . Id man^i oiiiieo to awe demur.* el ut\ Ii goers,^a hose sweeping trains raised ion ist as^much dust as the regulation EMIUU^sweeper al U o'clock of a summer moru- ingwhen there has been no showers t *r^three wreha. ' Ole Miss war nnber put^un In such flggabments as di m,^ eon-^tin urd the orai^ r, ^and I'm teliiu' yer de^ole man begin tor wish dat de angel's^trump hat done gone soun' fob h m befoh^anodder yeah. Withthis parting shot be ambled ^*^Ninth street and some of bis auHimr^concluded that the philosophising of tbe^old darkejr was ^ sermon with au unan^^nounced test. NATIONALBANK DIRECTORS. Tliry sbou d lie as^IUailila^ Mare Thaa^Msre'v Nam last OOleiala. PinmIhe Toledo Blade. Oneof tbe tilings congress should dn^priiinii'ly at lis session next wniier is to^amen.I tho national banking law so as tn^compel th* directors of these ha ks o^perform cert..in specified dull s, aim^making tbem luily hub o for any def * *a^lion. A recent ilsHision of tbe Uuiteii^Slates i uprr me court is to the rlfeel tin*'^under tbe pros n I .w th* dire tor of tl ^^un bona! bunks an* meicly nominal o^llciuls, buving no dini-s that are com^^pulsory and mi liabilities which they cau^ie made lo meet. 1his should lie remedied at once. It^was intended that thev should diet the^Ihi,mess course of the bank, and ass line^ail rest ousihdity It eref r. I'uuiic con fi^^ll* Ms* will Jurgciy lie shaken in ihcse in^^stitutions iin ess congrcts inaks. this^really si. When fsilu es and defalcations^me so cemm* li. the matter become* an^ui'l'i rat vf one. It is said 'hot the i o no-^trolh r of the ettrre cy wdl, in bis rei or .^specify tbe nature of the needed pi vis^inns, and thai President Hsrrisnn win^probably call lie- attention of congress^thereto in Ihe forthc inline message. Th GeleLrated Frenclj Hare, wurta^APHR0DITINE,,rj,3 IsPolo ot a P08ITIVSC'JA^ANTCE torttrosuyform r*!2cr'ou*.ulfc.^u*o^r.fuzy disorti'jrof^His lencratlvsor-^I no! e.lliorn-x.^y. hefher srislay-'^friiii'.hoexeesslvc u.oolBiiiauUnu,AFTER TobaccoorOr!: i.orthroiudi youtliful In ,!^eT*v^!ii u,ovcrlr.'.^: aconite .lui'mi Ix sinf Hr.tln^rawer. Wake' ^ tuei:,Besjicgdyarn faluslntl.a^lir.i'X,!'^r-.lcaM\Vi';3e*s,llyncr:a, N^r*oui rroe*^trntlon, Not^u^ir.l I'tni-ilous. l.c.teorrlnrs. l)!z-^liaess. Weak ^ie:aor^-, Lortoi l'owcrsud lm[ o-^Iraey.Wbtchll ur^lcetcilriftcn K-s lto pis;map: 9^. :*l aire ctil lnssnltr. Price $1.00 a Nix, 0 Lo- J^li r tVKlL Kent by null cn rsrcli.t cf erlro* AWBlIirSlc: AflAl.TEE is given for^trerf $5CBorn*vtlvXwtv|lo**sOr^hu^i t'auinaurv if^n Permanent cere It nr* efTeetetl Ws Mtt^Ihesuaoasol t**s^'::t'*niols fmr.to'il r.nd yncrg.^^.f Isitlisexes,i. ViiIt.' ^l^cc:i Bjersssjawntly rut* d^ty Uicu*e^*f Ai*aroditiaa Ctfewlarfrse* AsaWeM THEAPHRO MEDICINE CO.^H'ssiwu hia...j. IkiiS.i'oirUMsOa I^It HALE 11V U.A. D ACHELL, Di u -eia. fil TIE, SIOST DKLtNQUK.KTAH-ES1MI NT N ^rit.K-^i ftice of the i omli n itiou M Mng a ^^!^Mill n: loiitpiuiy, wh ise works are iuea ed a:^I'.iaci. Pine, l*e**r laslge coiuitv, M mt. Noticeit heieby givea that there is delin^^quent iiism the tohowing stock on neeoiuu of^s sessnieni No. 3, ievie.1 bv an order of tha^Ssafe of Iruslees, niadn on the Uth day of seu-^telnb'-r, l^l'. the several all.nu t-t set nun ^^sits the names of the retweuve slisieholdert,^in follows: ^ruXe.^No sliates. Ass t. .11.2'ii'* harry.J. J..^1 mnii'giin. M^litsnara, Alice US^Unas, Joseph..Hi Hall,a. I'1U4 tl^^**. 1.11**1, Mrs. M.h M Kane,mm....$51^lj*ntiiiiig. It.. ioi^Mil Ulan. Jus. .. vi^McMillan,m. aim;^m S.ll ^' a .1 3 Blley,W. li.. Ke.k.i.. .1^Ul - wall 1) A Ihrcn*TihIs I- ,K. iiA .hi161 M4M^4*7^4:^^. -.ui^411^11. Ill^.ml Tlie er. 11 Wallace.I^W, lis. u. 61 M^ti^mi^11 Mlt*a a Sun ^* DO l nu .01 Ml no 5l no hii^no 11 'sit1.4 fI . I0) 7Si I^| is) m in IMi R 1510^75^1 51 ite 3is)^3 OD^1 61^1 .'*0^I o 1 1.vi^I 5*1 3tS)^I lO^ti in^73 :j Cost *s 3 M ll.* m Total|1 7S 0^^7 73^3 JS 1uu 17t^I .3^1 On^IS 23 IUU .150 II-'5 S7:^I 7j I73 ^1 J37) ff 1 wi Aiil in aceonlatiee \v Hi las- anil ths nr.lsr af^the board o trustees, ins le on I is said ID. h ^! ly^of .se|it- nfl'ie1,1s -I, so in any shares of ea 'li .are n^of stock ns may be neee.saiy wdl lie said a', th-)^Office of the rcereiaiy o; ihs sa d eouipaav at 7^c'cliK-k p.m *^ii tne j st .ay of November.^1WI, to nav said de.iii'i'ieiu asu-ssinsnt, to^^gether with tin- cost o: adier isu' and ft-^tenses of the sal^ .lose|*h it liari*er, seere-^tsiy. nftWM--'.'-' Nertit Mt.n ^.'.reel, iiui.e City,^Mom. Dale ) Ueiutiei .'), 18H1 PNEUMONIA! LUNGPROTECTORS Arethe en j saferinrd svaiosi this terrible^disease. We lime ihe larg*st stock of^Luag I'tolectors an I ChamoisVests Inthe stsie. 51s I orders sellcile i. gi-od cliett^^m ssi.r.-nirnt rMtrnFt sii^ it ii ii i) 223N:rtb I iio St, Bu'.te. I*nirretrd In Ihe Wisconsin f rntral I.lass asthe iniert i*ute lo and Bent Milwaukee,^( hii.iso totil si. isiint. Kast sad Eeutti Twa^Ihicuiili asi limns Willi Pullman Vest buiea^pi. i i, in out N.eetsis and tin- Ontralsta^Biout luiiiiiK Pais ^lla. hid cucn way da.lv. n-^ismi Minneapoilt sail ^(. 1'sulsad MUnaases^and Oxuca^u. ^T QTTL Manufacturingand Supply COMPANY. MANUFACTURERS KNHCONDH */ORKE. ^T \MApriN OA MINING,MILLING! CONCENTRATING MACHINERY -OFl'liK- + IN SECOND HAND MACHINERY IMJLUDl.Ma 6oSTAMP MILL COMPLETE, tWUlte bold Hi i.aiteriei ot 1 Ktamps or more.i ORECRUSHERS^Blake. OREFEEDERS^Challenge. CORNISHROLLS^Larcre and Small. Jigsand Revolving Screens^Many Patterns BRUCKNERROASTING FURNACE, small,it Ik x MM capacity! a: t lonsi HOISTS Lidgerwood. Kendall. Criiby. Union Iron Works.^BOILERS^Our own and other makes. AIRCOMPRESSORS^Rand and Burleigh. PUMPS,MINING CARS AND BUCKETS. MONTKNK Lumberand Produce Co., -UoALKUa^i^- LUMBER.LATH. SHINGLES.^DOORS. WINDOWS. MOULDINGS. WholesaleDealers in FLOUR. Wholesale and^Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard^and Soft Coal. We carry m stock a^lull line of BAIN MITCHELL WAGONS FromQuartz Gears to Llarht Spring Wagons.^Also Clark, Perry, Studebaker and STANDARD. BUGGIES ^ AND ^ CARRIAGES sodamil IBM of KosU tarts of ties! mass*, osroen tltv. Clipper sad C^Uts* IVwx, i.^^ L~ nl'eieis sml klorUer hies.' Cunconl Ilornsss. tmiui, \^ onliinirtoa fcOo. a CarrtXf.^fcl^sJ ss*iaoriisss, css^o-es. V. ***!^, iwues *u uususra. sal M ruuoa l^ertauaiai le-i*. Cauend took ihreugh our btocL it ts com,\etj in ail ilu different lints,^and ut ae/y c mft .'i/w* J.T. CARROLU MstnesStM*.