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   Inter-Lake, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1891, Demersville, Montana                              HE CARRIED A REVOLVER I N ARMED AMERICAN NEWSPAPER MANS EXPERIENCE IN Authorities Allowed Him to Keep Weapon Cmler Absurd Police Spy Ylho Sacc dinted to tho of The visit of William OBrien to this ntry reminds of the liilte I first met tho in when person of a gentlema manner of a I saw th JTUwbrand of tho There connectedtrith my visit to Irelan is wonderfnlly characteristic1 6f methods which OBrien so flercclv dt It was in 1882 that William Henry the editor of The Yor decided to me abroad to write TDK 07FICKRS pp the Land league At that time Arabi Beyafterward Arab was making things lively theEnkish in ana Hurlburt hadsome idea of ordering me to the seat of As the result of this when I my valise 1 Placed in it my Colts navy with a box of y The steamship of the Cnnard anchored below Queensitown about 1 o clock m the A curious look tug with oscillating engines and paddle SJlS far the and the three passengers besides myself who were ashore down to her deck morning was cold and and iour s run to the town was abovit as un in the suiffy cabin as it well could When we land ing stage the custom hooso officials exam edand passed the luggagoof my ons in we were all cold damn Xtr before openinK As nothing In the trunks was disturbed prised to find a pound promptly confis rafterward got Uick a pay But it woswMu er Bn cartridges werf found fthat the officers became They at once taken and hastily carried off an inner where they were locked A conference was had to stabulary inspector with had any R tnp to vala ot i lugged that load of Iron simply for the pleusura it tfavo uia to report f think every inspector in to know me and my and I tffink I contrived to mako them al heartily jick of It was not until Lord1 then tha lord lieutenant of took his trip through Connaught the cream of the joke began to get I had secured permission from Courtney the private to go with the party and of course my revolver was to go When I informed Uia central office man that I was going with Lord and wished to report 4he departure of the they manifested some Ihey Urged I did not need anything of the kind in and offered to take charge of it I told them I would as sopn go without my trousers as my re volver when 1 wag and they promptly swallowed this An Irish official believes that an American carries a deck load of weapons all the time As up to that date I hod not manifested anymur derous desire to slaughter they could not think of reason why 1 should aot carry and so I left on the But we hnd not stopped at more than three stations In order that the addresses might be presented to his lordship before J noticed a manina brown suit of clothes daughter Tnoriow an ac complished strident of Miss Helen vvrota Ccim ing Thro the beUeTps that there is Rothing for the complexioni fie Jwlio seemed to be near Dur irig thfe second day I became I was tho objget of the brown suits spe cial and that I am sorry to the wearer fell from grace Irish whisky did and it cost me two bot tles of Jiimison before he went under but during the time he became very affection ate and and after getting full directions as to the method of securing a place OQ the New he told mo hia business wiw to look after rne especialJ It seems that the addlo pated officials in Dublin had made un their alleged mind that my extreme openness about tho re volver vrns merely n arid that some did not know exactly was behind it Not only was 1 honored by having this detective at my bu myself and my revolver were reported to all the police oloajg ibe That nitrht AFFKCTIOSATE AND packed the revolver aort and early In the Ehoda Brpughton is 50 years white haired and sonny She has writ ten twentytwo but only ten of them have Oscar Countess Wald Laty Mount Tuwnple and Lady Sandhurst are the drens dressmaking establishment in London Mount rises fro height of and only twenty nine persons hare climbed to Its Btunmi of whom Miss Pay of i the only the widow of Indian is a black haired woman of me diuin height and gracious Ee complexion Is and she is the pictrar of health and a Mohammecliu young is the first Mohammed in woman who received an and the state has granted her special permission to practice her profile Lady Eandolph formerly Miss Jennie is a capital inuHi cian did any reversas come to she could support herself family with the proceeds that her paLatT would A daughter of Bosocrans is an Ursuline who until recently wins assigned to tho convent at Santa Fifteen years ago she was one d the most charming and most popular of ladies of JL ObverAil Old you want to xasamy ay yoong you must first get your insured in her Enamored eer Which company would you recommend Old I think it betfcet the Pay All Claims They York SMITH COLUMBIA MBaffiSfflBpsBKB We have an agency in New to purclirsc cur in order to enable us to sell at lower prices than Our agent has instructions to watch every Auction Call and see what we have in the line of Tinware and Sporting Gent s Furnishing A new line of all the latest styks New 25 cent Stationery and Notions of all Fruit and What is use of wast n ou can saveit ing a dollar when you can YENNE Proprietors of the East Side very THE TIVOLl BY Graham and White Flour made to our present facilities for sawing and and matching lumber we are prepared to compete with any mill in Place your orders for matched or planed liumber with and you will always find prepared to fill your orders at as rea sonable rates as Mill east OLD MERCHANTS FREE the finest line of AND IN THE PABST MILWAUKEE KE3 BElijj Always on Furnished Rooms and Lodging PAUL M prop MONTHS it SENERAL DEALIEdS IN Dry Fumishing Hats and Boots and Gloves tt HUNT Props FW i WB Having bought Ine Cliff House property and r 1 the same are prepared to accommodate u tfaypUxg I man from being ofended at all the inci was to the last degreo would hay5 pleased me more thiui being locked after examin and tafciuifpotaeBsioln of j allowed to go on my nron a Promise to visit magistrate an soon as possible It was Uociock before I could see Mr y the resident magistrate la chftrte 1 i eosan8ento living In one of the prettiest houses I I told Daly m 8tory and produced my as well as per of letters ot introduction which Mr As I talked I no ttuit ha reforrej to a paper on his from time to wfajdrVas Finally Daly to bb comrtnceJ that It was sateto let with ostriagand bo gave me toe following which I have kept as a canons memento I called on v me central office and told 111 my experience in the I thanked them for the pClice 1 had en told them the name of my own de tectiVe is well aa those of the others yho watched after he drunk tne brown suit was aa vrax in riy and informed them that the revolver wag at the Thoreat Inspector r tis you that has ben makfhij1 feattte of us said the revolver isi at the but I expectto take it to Kng land Shall I report it again or will this do J replied Tis a step to itickey and Mickey baa vrhLiky in all Come wi me an have mercy oh But the revolverf If iver ye mention that BALCIL VIA af leaving Dcmcrsvillc at i jo arriving at Columbia Falls at jo DamersviUe oflloe ni CtlFJT Colum bia Falls office at Egan office at KAMSDEIX SMITH 20 and 25 Cent All goods are sold at Bed Rock a trial NEWS Stores at Demersville and PEOPLES Our tables are always supplied with the best market Fresh and all kinds of wild game in their season jEfrace our tables every HI IjTEPh revoiver and cattridgw proiniiic to proeeedtog to Dublin Swuld routo Reekleut Anned with this purmit I visited the eODstabalary officer who had my valim to I askixl for Jbe things he very kindly offered to send by one of his meo to to which proposition I naturally It Wa occurred to nw that this on his ptirt secured MM cnstody of the gun until I got on Tho valise was dolj delivered TALES OF THE Hamlin is said to have re fused an offer of for the trotter Prince Regent Prince Bagent reduced Ms record to the first time heirtart in a ta of who raised and developed the fa njoua pacing atallion Boy is the fortunate owner of three faU sisters of the great and also his The fillies are reported to be good individ An authority on turf matters eafa that there is no age ia the horses Bfe when oats la not a good feed for him A young colt may be taught to eat it very and it is absolutely neces sary when the mares milk begins to or it becomes thne to wean A handsome gold engraved tUportwIta of Director aidfcS best and Mar gwet been presented to Bahburybythestiite board of agricult ure of Calfprnia for the beet trotter and nrosMnv at fairs for past THE CLUB JAMES We have just fitted up a first class saloon opposite Cliff House and have elegantly furnished pri vate rooms for business men who wish to have a social chat with a few friends by keep the best i have just purchased Hie Demers ville Chop House and will it the same up in firstclass There will be a firstclass dining room in the rear We have the best cooks and HIJBBRARTS LIVER LFdKgci Good Driving and Saddle GRA en In Dublin got my thie which 1 The chestnut geMing one of ie greatest steeple chase horses of his now owned by Superintendent of the Saratoga daily tank is to hcwejn drawing that keeps The old fellow now fat and An experienced horaeman claims that poltg ghould be teiined to The wdking grtt will make less baity horses imd unsound Walking horses will keep in muoh better jwndition on thasOTw get there if not The horse hard Onven walks very and so loses to be Call and see us and be made HflRTHEBI PACIFIC If any fault is found please re port to the bar who will attend to you and rectify all The fBest of Liquors constantly on also Imported Give us a SCHROEDER Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dealer in in Clocks apd all kinds LANG TIEDEMAf PROPP OF Butte iBilJ Milea City ALL P The Ut0e inteodnctlon 9W of tlie sensational trotters of 1890 a hone EAST There IB nothinp than iho THE DINING CAR LINE 8s80 races of the the and fifth 8 Injlj 98 8 Mary MONTANA AND PAOL MIKNEAPOLIS HP w of PACtFJC pOAsT TEAESg PAS3INO THHOCOH North Mon Oregon and Washington Carry cjomplpto eqnipmimtof Pallmiin palace aleepnir Jruwtand secondclass doachos Pntoian tonrist and Free colonist and Elegant Dining THBflBSII TICHTS t Carpenter and Wheelright Boltpn Props We keep constantly on hand a full line of readymade CPFFINS AND We keep a full line of Trimmings on hand and can fill Special Oraers 4 M v Shop past of Market in rear of Missouri Mer eantHe FLATHEAD SHINGLE AND The Little Pioneer For clear and common to the Little Pionee saw mill 6 miles northeast of Ash i Miles East of Mon Eureka T FISHER Missoola Iron FISHER Mine and Building Casting Machine and Boiler done pn short Works 9q Bitter Root neilr Place and I will guarantee good 14 reasonable M When building give us you order U M B V E and if we have not got what you want on we will saw out on short Live is our Mill 3 mileg East of Demersirille PROCTOR RlsAL E8TA1 barn principal streets Government years oice lots for Parts and a residence   

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