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THE ANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1892.
TRAVELER'SGUIDE nunMARKivr. 7:os A.m. Krim Stuart 1^-ares *tiiart am.Mill Creek 1:33 a in; tlioi* ^ ^v. u in.^8:52 a.m. From ltntt^^ Leave* lliitto 7:30 itm, hilvir H^iw * a ni: Stuart n::w a in.^1 i :50 a. m. From Unite an.I liarrlMMI lavr^ Itiitte 10 ^^ n in: Silvfi Bow IrcJJ a Ml Nuaitn-.iii in: Imibi UarrlMtn to in am; Deer.LaaM 10::V.^. a in. Warm S|^riiim^ II II am.^6:30 P. M. Frum llutte anl tiarrUnn 1i-avMs Unite .'. i^ j^ in: Silver Mow ^:^.'!^ rn; MuaitC.ln pin: leaves *..ir:i-^-n .^. m p in, iH-erUnlit) O.-'l p in. Warm Spring- 0 it p m. ISMMNMI 43:20A.M. I'nrStnai! Simps R.il a m; Mill^Creek n;;m a in: arrive stuai t ^^ Ut a in. B:I OA. M. For t.arn^on smart am;^W arm spr^ni;^ vvi a in, beer U^lge a.jj a in,^ariive cun-na U:r^l a m. 6:1oa. m. rior Mil assart Ma a B| Mi^^ter How h:m a m: arrive Unite in r. ,^ in 2:4-+P.m.Vot Unite owl Oarrtaoa smart^V: oO |^ in; Silver II. i.\ j j; pm. arrive I Si it I u^St* pin; \V;ti ni Spi in,^ :i :i, p in: | ^, ,^, |.,^i ;a^^ m p m; arrive i.mKou i.jo p in. electh1c railway time card. lakesefleet .Ian. I. 'v.'' TISA STRANGE STORY ARomance of Oleson Gulch Ten^Years Ago. THLWFATH^R TlMilailv RMi of the HmmmmIh i^^tliis i-ily fi.r xeslrnla.v . as ii'|Mirte^l by C^\V. Bramloii. wa.i as follnwa: 7 a. ill.. nVJ^rli.|irecs alaivi': I:.' in.. .'IK il*'i:ii^i.s ubovr*; I^|^. in., :h. it^ pi ii's abotTOtl p. m.. iil ilcnifpa^uIkh i . IlilllT Till 4 ITV. Mr.-I ii aj|i .ilil mm rri 11\ i1!pi! from a^MttoiM illlicht;. T.I.r.nv ^.f foml ^ii .V l^arv. Fnoil^^tri'l, i.^ ^ir.e nf tmt la fl i|i|w'.. latest vir-^tinn . Mi^. I . ^ PMMUa, vfatl li.i - iu^t uii'li-r-^^MM I MOM painful BHmjk il ^I^ ralinii. is^PMMPMMMi TileHis; vol ^ In-; ^ in iln- Mitfh aelMfll^lias taken up ilie iiplv of Ixilany : the MM^mill \far i lass ha-i iiicied upon liie Ktudy^i.l pliv a. . ii.mi Henj.iiini ami ktMi mwm just pm turu.'ilto An.i-'onil.i. anil Ml MMllJ^liie.simu'mil lii.'li - ^T lln ii niaiiv Irioiuls illthis rft] . JoliliMacum ^ as in this ( ily yesterday^arraniiiiifi fur IMS aWMMMMO r'xans^Ml In.Use i arlv in Feluuary of HM^^DtHrile' X'K ii.ui^ ami flan Sully. V.I^. \\^ i. ti^tti.i!:^'r of the Nlissoula^bMBCh of IM T'uiih .Niaiiut.K nilinu A^Suppl'. i.oupatix's husiii.ss. MWM to^I ha GrardeD I ny yttMnrttof, afier a brief^\ isil liorv. \MJM n iineil t l'Seil. who h.v Iwen in^tin- BiMm1 lio-piiil rii.pirnily (.^^ m ,it.^itie-it for heart 'ii ease, is now coiiliueil in^oin ,.| lln w.uil. w ith a severe attack of^la prip}M*. Mrs.F. Porter relili lieil rt-n inly to \nn-^eoinla from lioston. She Inoiiyhi wiihher^a riaMWM ^ase at la arijipo. wlueli in all^lis elmra' lei isii^ .. ii m iiiIiU stlip true MOM lan.iarticle. Uoyllaviilsoii, a yuinu lail. was acri-^nuslv hurl nliilc MiMajMatiMJ M MM Kirch^sireei aUdaliial niltiti A RyiBa;bubatnaHi JOE DOERHOFFER'S TALE How His Companion. Emll Hani-^berger. Disappeared in the^Hills and Never Was^Seen Again. hima 11 n ililc blow mi the head, eiittiuu il^ilia Verypaiaful ninuer. DMtMI^e^ii^, for several yeara past nu^i^fficient .'iml iru.o-l cni' loyc at the ,\iia- romiasoil ttera. tuu reaajpMal ins Mjattioti^mill, ii laaaldf he iviii anaMly leave f..r GreatFall:-, where be has a responsible^:tn^l lucrative position awaiting lilm. Mr.^I.i wi-. durins iiis ri's|^h iiee in Anaconda. hasmmm im l.- oi ii lends ^ ho ^ill regret tonee lutu leave the (*op|MT l ily. AIO' Veil, v ho w as stabbed last Sunday^ntfiht. was ciinsiileii'd by his ph.vsieians to^lie in a fair v ay hi reco\ crv up to yesterday^afternoon. He had rested vied and no^unlav oi able sviiiploilis had ilevelo|ied^until alxvut 4 o'clm k, w hen he Is (ran to^Vomit blooil. He v. as prouiplh,- treateil^for tin-..lid laie lasi night he ua- attain^laetlng quietly V'alia, the MM w ho cut^ti'N.-il. when arraigned battMe Jitdije^KoeKw. h waived preliininar) esamiMtioa^and was bald to the diatrict courl in $.i.ix^i bonds.Waife cvpii ssi s the iliH-|M'st ri^-^^Tet Over Hie . .^ ^ in n in .^. but *avs he did^the deed onlv lie.nr hiinscll froie ^ F Veil'a^t iolenei. The ihrci iiicu w !io were ai the^sialyl11' l ho i e at i lie i i:n and wMm s^ed th affray aas that0*Neilwaavery vicious Midaetmc 111 an cveeeiliiiyly c\as|)oratlllg manner.Theai wltneeaai aaj tbat Waita actedcniirelj in n It defensi anil that he^wa- not in the ieaat ineaanie to blame. It s.cms that I i Si ,I has liyiired in several^Mgbts in t his ^ ii v durinu the pa-t inotilh midthai lie hid islned the rroutaUon^^jMBgnia fellows as l^ ing a bully and a^very ih-a^n cable and daii^rennis man^w hilt drunk. A at ntleman told a KTAHDAB8^raportet l ist bmIiI that O'Mail was thrown^oni of CoUina' bo nxhiii; Iioum' for abusing^tli^ servant tii I-. Tin wounded man baa^little to say and is now as docile r.- a child^to the aiaTeea erbo aummud blabad. Dr.Rtivd euai.ini.^^ ^ i tire in all case* he atsdertakea.for lie will not ireat a ms. whichlie thinks be cannot run . Forhale Afl eiirhl-rtionied Iwxirdinir^house on Alder sir^*ci. on ^ as.* n mis. Kit*^quire of (^has. Hutu k. Porcelainhaths. the flm st in the coun^^try, oi Montana hot. I b.iiber shop, for L'l Mi Dr.Beels '- ^ u t.u rli medicine cure* ca-^Mrrb. I.U. I iaiidou'silruff store. Earlyin the year lf*l two young Ger- mnns,F.inil Hansherirer and Joe Doer-^iKifl'er. left Butte on a pnis|n-cti!!g trip.^Tliev had lieeu ^ huins together in tier-^man) . they came to America on the same^houl, worked for the samu firm in N^-w^York city for about a y^\ir. and when they^had acquired enough money to |iay tlit ir^fare to Montana they came out here,^lured by lh^ fair) tnlca that^were then being retailed in New^York about the golden opport unit lea^to lie found by fortune hunters in this^rich region. They arrived in Butte in 1*711^and worked in several mines there until^1N^I. All this time they roomed together^and were the most intimate friends. Most^of their sav ings they sent to their friend*^Mid relatives in the fatherland: the bal^^ance they spent ill having a good time. .VolIs iug satisfied with lalsiriug for^other mi ii. they resolved to take their^chances of tludutg a mine in the hills that^would make their fortunes. They left^Untie in May and prospected along the^hills of Silver Bow- and Warm Springs^canyons. F.arly in June they found tin ni^^sei ves in Oleson gulch near where the^ticorge mine now is. The men were in^the habit of so pa rat ing from each other,^hunting around through the hills during^the day arid returning to their camp al^night. Ihie day Hansls-rger was on the side of^the big hill at the extreme up|ier end of^the gulch when be heard the crack of a^rifle ami iiislantlv maUasd that a bullet^had hit him ill the leg. The ball |^asseil^through the fleshy part of the right hip. In^a lew moments a man carry ing a rifle aas^I^can d from behind a clump of timber^and admitted that he had tiled the shot^that bit Hanslierger. The man said hi*^name was Tom ^\ Harrington and that he^had been for a long time employed as a^miller at the Alice m Butte. He said he^wasoui then^ prospecting and had fired at^a rabbit w hen the ball hit llatibberger.^The latter was helped to his cabin and^giien treatment by Iiis companion,^Hisrhoffei, and Harrington. As it was^only a flesh wound, and as it was a long^way from any settlement no doctor was^summoned, and under Ooerhoffer's^earo the injured man soon recovered.^Harrington in the meantime expressed^the deepest regret for the accident, and^offered his services M the injured man.^He went to Butte and on his MM^brought some provisions and medicine^back to the camp, where he made his^headquarters fur days siici ^^cihug the^shooting. Hariiiigion thusgaincd the con^^fidence, of the two Germans. Shortlyafter Hansls rger recovered from^hi-wound he left the camp one morning^lor the adjoining hills. Harrington left an^hour or so later, going in an opposite di^^rect it hi. From that hour Uoerhofrer never^saw his companion. When he left the^cabin Hutislicrgcr had 1Mb in gold sewed^in his Im-Ii. His sudden disappeaiaiiee^caused his companion great anxiety. Hal-^riligtoii returned to the cabin laie at night^aaaTevaeaeaasl great surprise w hen Hnns-^herger did not return at the usual hour.^For more than a wi-ck follow nig the d|s.i|^^bmmmm'tK Hattsliergei . Harrington and^lloerhofTer searched the hills for some^trace of the missing man. hut none could^lie found. Becoming alarmed. lloerholTer^returned to Butte and searched that city^for Ins lost companion but nothing con^^cerning his w herenbout* could he learned.^The nieu had never had any quarreli^they had been close friends for years and^Uocrhoffer felt sure that hi* comimnion^would never have deserted him in that^way. He concluded that Hansberger hud^met w ith foul treatment and that his dead^hod) had been hidden in the hills by his^assassin. With another man Docrhoffer^returned from Butte and resunud the^search, which was kept up for several^weeks without result. His'ihoftri then^notified the authorities and soon alter^left for Germany, w here he rcniaini-d a^attar. l'|s^n his return to America lWr-^boffer worked in the mining camps of^Colorado and Arirona until a few w eeks^ago w hen he returned to Molilalia. 1j4sInight a Si vmivi.'ii reporter met^Mr. Itoerliolfer in Powell A Wall.up's^saloon and from him learned the forego^^ing strange story. D.s-rhoffcr is a man of^wfflMsi aejpaaraiice and is alsiut 40 years^of age. Hesaid : **l have returned to Montana^hoping to find some trace of my friend^w hom I lost nearly hi years ago. I do not^want io do any man any wiiing. but IsMM^long thought thai Harrington knew when^we were searching for Hanslierger w here^he could have been found, lie knew that^no friend had a little gold: I believethat^Harrington siient that money. I have just^been up in the region where Hanslierger^disappeared. There arc givsl mines in^abundance then1 now . bill I could find no^consolation in my search tor my old chum. tif Harrington 1 can learn nothing.^^Itisi licfoie I went to Germany he left for^Helena and I have never heanl from MM.^since. If lie is in Molilalia I propose to^find him. He i* a tall man. light com-^plexioiied. now about 45 \ears of age. and^formerly wore a sandy heanl. I am eon-^vinccd now that Hansls rger was mur^^dered, ns he never wrote to his people in^Germany. My opinion now is that the^Hist shot ma) have boon accidental, but^thai it was a bullet from the same gun^that silcnctsd him forever. VVaiitril. Afirst class watchmaker with good^rctcieiice-. Apply to standard office, \n-^ocoiida. I.ono l iu'. M t.rlppe Cureddaily by the use of the Winard^cough syrup and UMM Wi/isrd liniment.^For -ale by the smith Drug Co.. Anaconda.^Mont. Hon'tforget tin' beautiful wine set and^two gold watc lie* to be given away on^January J3. by I. C. Wahh n. the Philips-^burg jew eler. so every pun baser of pub^worth of goods. Ifyou want io i. ...I the Met newspaper printedin Montai t. suhscrtlie for the^Si vmiarp. It i- ti li me before day^^break every mormug. Doyou want ativ groceries^ If ao, you^will find the most ^llperior iiticlos at Itt.^vine Bros.. Kit -' itreet. Anaconda. AT PHIL IPSBURG. AHark Driver IIsported to Hare A. ted^In a Hrutal Msssrr. Kpeclalto the standard. Ppilipsriia.. Jan. 77.- Philipsburg is^at present very quiet and the travel be^^tween here and Granite is light and in con^^sequence, it is said, one of the hack^drivers, Henry Soil, yesterday undcrti^^k^to drink most of the w hiskey in tow n to^drown his sorrow land change hia lin k.^About midnight Mr. Foil made for home^in an extremely hilarious condition, ami^for the pupose of asserting his authority^he drnggiil his wife out of Ix-il by the balr^of her head and cuffed her around the^room. Mrs. Noll is sick w ith the gripi e^ami unable to leave lie house, and it a^rumored that her brave Ion! and mast, i^had i lungs prctt) much his ow n way. She^found other quarter* to-day unci vows^ncvei to n turn. She says Noll has h^-^ n^in the habit of licking her and breaking^up the fin nitiire every time he gets tlnntk.^and that lately he has l^ecu drunk most ..f^the time. C.I. lihoadc, late lsMikkee|s^r and op^era tor at Flint Falls, goes to Black Pine^lo-inorrow to nccept a MMlMsl with the^Com).million compatt). AnaeondiitVio k ingmen ^ I'nlea Meetsat Matttc building hall every Tues^^day at 7:30. Members are mpiested to^attend. Those desiring membership^should come at K p. in. All invited. P.SoMOisON. President.^M. B. SPtin. Keccading Secretary. Pr.Boyd, the oculist, nurist and special^^ist from Butte, will Is- in Anaconda fnnn^Jan. 'J* to :n^. and can lx^ found at tint Coni-^MMHMl hotel by all his |^atients, from M^to U a. in.. - to 5 p. in. and 7 to 9 p. in.^each day. Callat King A Kennedy's for bargains^in fancy gcssls. stationery. dolls, cutlery,^pianos, tv|^ vvriter supplies. Isioks, eye^glasses, s|MH^laeles, vases, cups ami^saucers, etc. Allpersons indebted to me will pleas,^settle their accounts by the aith of this^month. All accounts not settled on thai^date w ill Is- giv en for collection. Kcspect-^fitlly,M. S. AmTIHUH. Forthe best wflies, liquors and cigars^call at John Barkovich'a. -U chestnut^street. Milwaukee lieer a specialty. lr. Bead Mares strsrtaara, all iktn lion*and blocrl disc asc.. I i- ForSale a aaaapli it restasaMag outfit. Fiiil'atrickA Strickfaden. 'M Eaat First^strict. Hr.Hcebe'e Med I led Ail Inhalation^mm i.iianh. C. V.' B iI^dM*a drug^-ton . Just24. InJu^t U boars ' V 8. relieve* rnnstlpatlea^sod ai'-Js hcsiiartaf. Aftrr it sets tbe iystem^under ^ entrol in nrrsiloual dose prerenti return.^We refer If permtwlou to\V II Msnhsll. Bruos^wick House,8. P.; dee. A.VVernrr, .131 C alifornia^St.. 8. r.; Mr*. C. Mclvln, 1W Kearny n , 8. P,^and minv others who have found relief fmai^ronstipatlonandslrk bcadsrbet. G W Vlucent,^of 0 Terrence court, S. F. writes: ' l sm SOycsrt^nf a|eand have bcra troubled with eoniiipatlon^for 25 yean. I vm recenilv induced to try Jojr's^Vegetable ^ar*apsrill^. I rreofuited In It st^enceanherb that the UestraM used tngivtcu^In tbe early MVs for bowel ir ^uble^ il rame to^Csllforir.s in and 1 knew Ii wonld belp mt^and It has. For tbe tint lime In yean I ran sleep^wellsnd my system li regulsr snd in tplcmlld^condition. Throld Mealesn hrtbsinthliremedy^are a certain cure la constipation and bowsl^troubles.^ Ask for VegetableSarsaparilla ForRci a by NrwRRo Iirio Co., Brrrr.. COMMERCIALHOTEL Jou's Thishmise has l.e^n refltte.1 and refurnished throughout, FrtfSample Rooms fur ('nmmrrrial Trartlcrx RatesJ-.' and Upwards Per Day.^J. B. REYNOLDS. Proprietor. W'M. i Hour. ^1. P. tlKOW Ni KIT, R C. cham- arns,maki is kai.v, e. r.. sarueast. BOGE,BKOWNLEE * CO., BANKERS, BUIIE City, MONT. Transacta general hanking business. Ev^rhanse drawn on all the I.m.Iuij ^ iue, of^Kuru|ie. t'OLI-tCTlONSITtoMrri.Y ATfFNDKD TO Well*.Farce A. Co.. New^York; Wells. Fargo ft Co.. tult l^ke, Weill Correiiondent^: ivelK.i arc'- .. Kaigo^ Co.. ban Francisco, iitnaha Nallunol !r. r.udris, M West Pad 'ails,. avenue,UJ) llauk,Umalia; 1 Irst National tiauk, Unialia.^yiltsT NATIONAL HANK. ana. osua. T.I). Fitzgerald, NOTARYPUBLIC, RealLstatc. Insuran-e, lollections. OFFICF. . - SIANIiAItU BUI I'IM. Q1TYLIVERY STABLE. PHILIPSBURG.MONT. fl.W. MclNTYRE. .PROPRIETOR . . AGENERAL^TRANSFER^BUSINESS^TRANSACTED. Ull-TCLASS KN\ii AND DOI'BLK lllfo Omnibusto all trains TelephoneNo. 23. e ^ ^ ^ ^ Wearc .is anxious as the average merchant at this season of the^year to reduce oui itcm k, and the lame stale ^id chestnuts f^^r the^public to crack appear invariaMy from Reason to season. Nevertheless^preparatory to inventory, ami to move our immense stock, for the next^30 days we w ill make prices that DEFY COMPETITION. Positivelywe will meet all prices and go one better.^Under no condition of circumstances^will we be undersold. PRICESTHAT TALK: Men'sHeavy Natural Underwear, $^Fancy Stripe ^^Scarlet All Wool MottledUnderwear,^Lumbermen's ^ M^ Ex. heavy, Men'sNaturalM Ribbed, Children'sKnee Pants, - Suits.-^Men's Suits, ------ BlackWorsted Suits.^Extra Fine Corduroy Suits,^Pants and Vests, -^Chinchilla Pea Jacket and Vest,^Leather Coats. - - - - StormUlster Overcoats,^Chinchilla Overcoats, st Si M ^^st .75a suit.^1.00^1.25^2.00^2.00^2.00 .25 .753.00^7.00^6.50^3.75^4.00^4.00^4.50^5.00 Men'sShoes, 85c and $1.00, Ladies' Opera Ties, 00c, Ladies'Line Kid Shots,and $1.50, Mioses' Line Kid Shoes, ft.25, Children'sSchool Shoes, $1.00, Ladies' Croquet Rubbers., 25c. 1OOPair Gray Wool Blankets at $ 1.75 per pair.^1 OO Pair Extra Heavy Blankets at 2.75 Remnantsof Dress (ioods, Carpets, Etc, ATLESS THAN COST. Wecannot afford to lose our reputation for low prices, and when we say^we will meet all prices ami go one better we are in earnest, and are in a^position to do so. Our trade is entitled to ANew Years Benefit, AndMOW is the time. Come early and often and see that we do what we^advertise. EstesConnellMercantile Company. Whol-ial an-i Rrt.ill liral.ru In BEEF.MUTTON. PORK. GAME. ETC. MainStreet. Ammnla. HFNHV M lifBr.NAM. I.,.'11..I K . ' ' adtic11c cu v 1 trnmum* furassbe*1^AK I IS I l^ SM iN j ., ANDf-PLSrO ,^,^^^ 0,orjtl^^, PAINM RS. t 1 JTT--fi.r-i Oak Wrirl. hi twr.n seromt ao^t TlilrU Ana-^ruuila. M.'iitau.. JyV^ERRILL ; CO JEWELERS, 106FIRST STREET -I''.Ni^F THi-: Bl'i Gc^LI^ WATCH.