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IHfc ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2^, 1802.
MRS.MARY E. ROBINSON Proposesto Ride a Bicycle From Port^^land to New York. OREGON'S NhW FISH LAW WillardEllsworth Accidentally Shot^arid Killed By a Companion Im^^proving Snake River Rocky^Mountain Telephone Co. Firstin Montana, Firstin Idaho, Firstin the New Northwest, Olioof tlio most ^li^trrssiii(j n^f-iilent*^Hint lias ix-ftirntl in h lout; time liu|^|x m il wwill'* wjM wr of bwJwMi lii^1 Wcdncwlu)evening, rusting a gloom over^the entire iuliubitnlitK, s.tv^ llie lilulio^FhIIk Timr^. It was one of tliuw iiicHleiitu^u lii^-li frequently WW from the WWsWa^use of a Knii. Little Willard Ellsworth,^nued and Charley Shortliff. hkimI ll^,^wjwj f^^r a rabbit limit. Little Wil^^lard titit really and started out flint. He^vn lit to some liuystaeks where juek rubbits^fri'i|iiented, and eonecaleil himself in the^but of a hay stack, about three feet hiuh,^lo watch for rabbits. Shortly his com^^panion. Charley Shortliff. WWWWi at the^st.icks. sti pping lightly, wutchiiig Isf ral^-^Mta^ His attention was attractetl by Will-^aid's head, partly eonecaleil ill the hay,^iiud thinkiiiK it a rabbit llred the fatal^'hot. the full charge taking effect in the^In ad. killing him instantly . (hi ascer^^taining his great mistake.Charley WosMW^almost crazed with grief, and at once unti^^tled the parents of the terrible result. The^grief-stricken |^uicut* at once rushed to^the scene and found only too true verities-^lion of tiic Imi^*s stor^. ASpragtie, W ish., special to the 0W^WW says: Deputy Littlelield arrived^this evening with (i. U. ('rotter, who was^arrested at I)a\en|jort oil u eharge of se^^duction. (;. B. ('rotter is a comparatively^well-to-do ranchman, residing si\ miles^north of Davenport. He is about :*^^eant^i f age and married. A .voting girl named^Lhzahcth Rogers, aged 15 years, employed^in the family, is the victim. Three days^ago a Davenport physician was called to^attend the girl for an alleged WW of^WWi and the physician at once WW^that she was ulxmt to become a mother.^The girl stated that Crottcr had seduced^her. and the father of the .voting woman at^once hastened to Davenport and tele-^giaplml Sheriff l'ish. Crottcr hull a pre^^liminary hearing, and waiving examina^^tion was placed under ^'.'^^^ Imnils, in dc-^faslll of which h^- was brought to Spiaguc. Thellrst case lor violation of the new^fisli law. which provides that only citizens^of this slate and Washington shall take^salmon from the waters of the Columbia,^was tried at (ioble, in Columbia county, a^few days ago. John Woods, an Knglisli-^inaii. was found guilty of violating this^l aw anil was lined $T^ and costs. ^ This is^only a MWWWWWWtt* says the St.^I^^'!^ ns Mint. ^For the Hist jear this new^law Is In force there will be a great WW*^Imt of am sts made for violation of Un^^law . as the larger portion of the fishermen^ati' not citizens of the I'liiteil States, and^also arc ignorant of such a law having^been passed. A great many who ale^iauiiliar v ith the law . but have not been^citizens the n tpiired time to Is* entitled^to tlsh. w ill endeavor to defy the authori^^ties ami tlsh anyway. The proper thing^for the fishermen- those w ho have a right^t^^ llsli is to make an exampli ol everyone^they catch unlaw fully* taking salmon, and^see to it that he is punished aecordiuglv.^I'ulcss this is done the law vv ill he v iolatcd^continually.^ This is one v if w of the law .^Tlieotlierisih.it the law is unconstitu^^tional and cannot Im'enforced. ^ WpwiWa Idaho'srepresentatives in congress have^ilii-lareil their intention to assist in every^IMvssilile way llie congressman from Ore^^gon ill si-curing the passage of the bill in- 1^HoiIiicihI by him asking an appropriation^of .'fiMO.eui for the purpose of piakiug ^nal,e^river navigable from Huntington bridge^to a WWl WW the Seven Dev ils mining I^camp, thus opening Snake river to nav iga-^lioti for a distance of uImiiiI aw miles. |^The Idaho delegation eertainlv should 1^work for this measure, since the o|M*uuig^a ml development of the richest mines in^the state depends lo a great extent ti|siu^the nav igution of the river Itetweeu those^poiuts. I'.I'. Spiaguc. well known in I'oit^Tow nsciid as a variety theater manager,^is in jail in Salt Lake City, being held in^^^.'^.^^^ nil a charge of counterfeiting JohnHurley, a vagalioiitl WWW of ^t^Towiisciid. telegruphf d his niother. in the^WM of James Wilson, that he was dead^and ^JI were needed for funeral swaM^'J he WW woman, who lives at Kretlerick-^tou. V II.. did not havc the mouev. but^vv rote to the chief of jsilicc. w ho was able^to inform hi t that live son was not dead, i^but in jail. Mrs.Mar;. I'. Robinson, aged .V-i. pits^poses to ride a bicycle from I'ol I land across^the Rockies to Now York eit v. the jourtiev^lo iM'gin in the spring. The fCust Oni/oaiea^savs: She came to Oregon in tin* early^ilav s; has a family of eight children liv iug^iiud is also the gram I mot her of sc\ oral, all^of vvlnilll have attained the age of ma^^turity. She stand i live fi-e* eight inches |^|H Wr stocking feet: straight, sinewy ami^muscular, and is the type of that strong. ^^iron-w illed woman of the West w ho WW ;^shirks a rcs|Hinsibihly nor w avers in an un^^til rtakiug once resolved upon. She was^seven months in the frontier war at Fort^Rlttfllnff Dakota, ill IMki w here her hus^^band w as sen iug as a soldier, and was^thcoiilv white woman in camp at the^time. She is alt accomplished bicyclist.^WW ride a eaviise like an Indian ami .^throw a lasso in a way that would make a 1^I'SJSJWW ashamed of WW having IsWdftad j^a n^|io. She w ill carry I he glorious ensign i^of our independence the stars ami striwa 1 dippedin the placid WWWWWW ^f 'he '^I'acitlc. to lie reivuptizi'd by her ow n hands^in tin- turbulent water* of the Atlantic:^alter which this Hag. borne so triumph^^antly over IW lioekM'h. will Im^ sent to the^world's fair at Chicago, to be exhibited^thoie with the other curiosities of the^times. Newsfrom Fergus county is to the effei ^^that work on the telephone line between^liig Tiuilver und l.ewistown is progressing^inpiillv. The line has WW SBBWS] through^nillk.i. and MWWSMW^ up as far tiotih^u^ Trout creek. The liuefollows the stage^Mad as far an practicable. The workol^st ringing the vv ire w ill Is gin'Fob. I. It is^IHtlle probable that the Rockv Moiititaiu^Telephone company w ill put in an ^ v^ehiiige.it Livingston, and in that wav an^arrangement will likely lie made whin tiv^they will extend their line to Dig Tunis ,.^TillssrlM give Helena direct coiiiiiiuuica-^tiottwiili Lew istov. u. (Ifliees have Iss ii^i si.iblishod at MW and Cottonwood. t'uriwwsW Mssr fwWi I TheStandard Firstin News, Firstin Circulation, Firstin the Hearts of the People. THE STANDARD ChicagoIron Works. GAIL,BUMILLER ^ UNZICKER, BUILDERSOF \ GoldMills. \\Y; and Dry Crushing Silver Mills. 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