Newspaper Page Text
vOL I. No.33. Maie and a ginnis, M. T., Thiday, Marh 26, 1885. PrIoe 10 Ceots
MAIDENI, TIII' IDAY, Ms.esh a, '8.
IBSlHY.DKI) ElY TUI1WJDAY i
]ALEL & VROOM&N.
veo e IM aei P.. toe "m a ao mosýn r.
TEURS OF S1't$SCRIFIION:
-* mes...-..... - ......... Ie.
a i e . l en. ................... ... I.
I s * -- --- -
It s."",s .. *«. ........ 2 i..».. .
If w p r ... ... ....»............. l
gpealai ami s ieam Ilar se sp mod sundieg
Lastd ait.e ta seap l.psie.
lpela aidwertlmens peyable strietly Ia ad
"a. " rWAt1A. oI. u. Mc IhTRL.
WATERMAN & McINTIRKE
SATTORNEYS AT LAW I
ST. BENTON, M. T.
WllW attend to all bnxitewm itntruted to
otur care frotm llaitlen nd vicinity.
Wlbt.aIl and Ietl Dealeal In
WinesLiquors and Cigars
rtat seer. Cares ad sw Ilssware.
MAIN STREET, MAIIDEN. M.T.
K. . 3aT I & 00oo., Prop'.
AV ki~a: el Fset Siew, Pek, Eaas.
Cawsages. .. .
MI.N ST. NEXT To) IDoi.aeoteault'e.
O' Frv..l Vegetables, Cheese and But.
tar Alw.tys oitn and.
Feed and Sale Stable.
Norvi IlM5er i t., I sdea.
Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle
Animals and best
S It olu w ft t a ir t-ci.a I,. i r, wilt t1r l.
atddl burv. ,.r tuuwl nI t ini . slre me a cull.
P. Saunders, Prop,
ON BIG SPRING CREEL.
Rati.our, Mru t "ri, C' .. T.
II.. p'c.ntlty at/ bited ut, in the w ry bt of l.stil
fLr the a·. ...m.oadtitm of Ilh traweling publie.
QOO1) 9$ AillIIN\t FOR II6oI1LEI
In lnn trlir.n with tll house.
FRANK DAY. Pr.egter.
JOS. H. OLFF..E, Propr.
-raN C ...
Table and Rooms
T. MAGINNISi. MONTANA.
.. " e %%
Bank hange axo0,
ULNaI Al ASS Pwqisms.
rinse Brands of Wines, Lkq
non and Clgars.
CLUBROOMS IN C,'X ?CTION.
White Sulphur Springs,
w =_ if 1I
e. tsatu d a trIaru4 .1 asag~Os whM
b u"a".: aasa at~atpaape..s~ut ,hat bstaaa
hadu., akil ai itnisame ama putM aL.
- a -
Tiax .-. rnIegtet ":'." . a- c14c.?5r1. few Vol.
Iasbtvjculk fl t . &s. "", P,~tIas tS Pea .p?
t"-kiogusat aadr rfroLu,' ata.t 'J ephu~i. u"ataW
Theý"nnt Ciago.::, Cot tage Or, . Ce. f'
LChllelase1t5. US.i. W . 0: =J" tr.
SAVAGE AL L: riLU. F:. miay
C 3d L,%t:D. tI1S1;_ ""
'PHI& POPUBLAR OND
Ittstracuen noo~s wd Plus · WWhr
QstaIsoO d h FTLv 1*·. 7 r*a Sb. ra.
The Chicago C~ottage kree Co.
~'CamaNarae. sadN~ sad Las wE ceapas
O Stocs Fam
On~ )kO~ lih.
"VM 17"NU, sortllot
A. Srock sideted *a the .t etritesaaddr.
M aartlidh tits$sd a Ih·kuc of i~qr s h
M the D.:rnrit kirer. tea Dl ºern th Citr. sa
Isaceasil a rearmd sad sprol~st tiatrr
trt fawilh w~h f listlaa ay cal at Clk* Oli*.
to th haw.ie ut M pýryrie. y tee
.awaaa dl N Ir.
e.. - ha Crm.welJns a see, umm h t
Be it enacted by the Lqgislative As
setnbly of the Territory of Montana:
Secrtov I. That the Board of
Cc.unty Commissioners of Meagher
county, if in their judgment the public I
interests wil be promoted thereby.,
may, during the year Ua8, construct p
at Lewistown, in said county, a county
jail not exceeding in value the sum of
$7,Soo, of the most approved plan for h
that sum, with cells and cages o steel
and may pay kr the same by warrants
on the county treasury of said county
of Meagher, drawn as are other war
rantsdrawn, and the deputy sheriff fmay
be appointed keeper thereof.
Ss. a. In the settlement provided c
by law to take place between the board
of County Commissioners of the
County of Meagher and the County
of Fergus, when the same shall be or
ganized, the cost of said jail shall be
added in a sum of money, which upon
the settlement, shall be found to be
due from the said County of Fergus
to the said County of Meagher, and
thereafter the said jail shall belong to I
the said County of Fergus.
Si:c. 3. This act lhall take effect
andll be inl force fiom and after its
Helenaites are preparing for a muni
The temperance folk sur crowding
things at latte.
Eggs are worth only il cents perI
dozen in Missoula.
TI"e amuch talked of Benton flour
mill is liable to go by defauk.
The wells in Anaconda are all dry
and water is worth So cents per barrel.
The last legislature appropriated
out of the territorial treasure only
SSixty-two bars of silver bullion
valued at $96,ySs were shipped from
Butte for te week ending March 14.
One hundred ounces of gold dust
were received at the U. S. assay office,
Helena, from the Cuanr d'Alene's fast
'llse Bentonites are going crazy i
with the rest of the world stmilaily il
althcted, on roller skates. That city's P
rink is now in iull blast. t
The county commissioners of Lewis I
& Clarke county have announced
their intention of holding the treasurer
for all uncollected county licenses.
Iour coal miners working in Bridger
canyon last week were I.arlied b'neath
tilt, feet of snow, anti their cab.n de [
moiralized by a mammoth snowshde.l d
Wallace Bell, one of the principal
owners of the fatuous Montana Bell
mine, as very ill at the Sister's hospital. i
llekns. and is not expected to recover.
His allnment is consunmption. '
A three foot gokl bearing vein oftl
quartz has been discovered hard by i
the city of Helena, that gives aI t
average assay of $a6. The lndepend
ent predicts a mill min short order.
The road from Thompson Falls to
Caur d'Alere mines is now open for
sleitghs to Murray, bridges in goodl
condition, and tin to twelve passengers
er day traversing the road. A quartz
inull is daily expected at Thompson
for use at Murray.
An etfort should be made at once
tor the increase of mail service be
tween the Springs and Neihart to,
se,v tlmes a week. It is also sery I
Lnecessary that the six tmes a week I
mail Ibetween Maiden and Ubet Im" ,.
;extendcd to the count+-seat.-Hus
Tue p.rand jury of L.ewi, & Clarke
county, in their report to tile presiding
iude, I). S. Wade. alter dtiligent
search are unable to tdesignate the
pirty or parties implicated in tohe haag
ing of Con Murphy. They deplore
the 'act and cite the court records as
proof of ronviction of criminals by
lawflil means, claims to, the contrary
notwathsta:,ding. The ,herift is ex
honor.t :I fromn all Iti. forw ti es"ape I
f .: x lr,;, Cer-<. at i t c jury renis
I.l.d tla.il. tihe couty coumnisioncrs.
furnish an assistant jailor at the county
expense. They hind the bookt kept in:
a lax tmanner and showing a total deft
cit of $37,oo0, and reconmmend that
t~o expert accountants Ie employed
tv e.a:uince . :ecords.
T ee cc I.1; v.l-em into efect on the
third Mondry ot next December ex Ii
crpt as to the offices of assessor, ustice i
of the peace and constable, to which ,,
it is now applicable. to
L er rlan lsa. gil.le Iet. w
Eas. MitasAL Axocs:
Fren the tenor of the article n
Verges county, is your issue of the
1th inst., it Mould smcn that our rep
resentatives, Meer. Hatch asnd Moore, i
have Ineen alewlmat severely critiised
bas bing hostile to the till creating the
new county, which was not the rea,
and in justice to thenm I would state d
that at the Ieginning of the session,
Mr. Fergus, Mr. Hatch and myself,
consulted to;ether nd decidkled to fid
low down Rotlerts creek frmn the Belt
range to Musaelshell river, as a portion
of the western boundary of the new a
county, but after the bill had been c
introduced, quite a large delegatiom
I came froml tnmth river and upper
Musselshell valleys, aind protested I
against tile Roberts creek line, and
inmsisted th:t the line should pea lby
the held of Rol,ertrs areek, nakng the I
Belt ranige to JudiLth G(ip, tiwence enm a
the Gal) and run eott alonlg Illt sulllanmit
of the Little Snowy nmountains to the
109th muerdian, and thence south along
maid meridian to, the Musselshell river. a
The views of this delegation, were en- I
titled to fair consideration, and they
After umine discrueson a compromise
was agreed upon Iby extendling the line
from the west side of Judith Gap, east
to the nearest bramnlh iof Carkes creek,
aald dowl said creek to Musselshell
The course of Mesrs. Ferges. Hatch
and Moore in the matter was fair, open,
and highly honorable to themselves,
I and just to their contituents, and
Mergher county was Iver better, or
more ably represented, than during
t this session.
SWith the consent of the members
from, that county, that portion of Chou
teatnl lying soutl of the Missouri river,
between Arrow creek mnd Musselshell
,tri-v rmsa atldled - in 'sagurs county,
its contour amd topmgraphy being such
tha it i naturally al irolerly belongs
ill the tile Ilew caunty. but on the final
s pnsange of the Iill, Mr. Taylor of t'hou.
tealll, olbjected, ulad that nairrow strip
was strickenl out.
G Un.tVIl.LE START.
r M.Ann 213st, 1i85.
Fcllowilg are the nimes of those
tmetal| v:ailed at over $1,i.KI ani avoir
dupois pound, the figutrer given repre
senting the value per Itmund:
t'.liu-A-A. white ,seli discovered
f In 1 , $104.40.
Itui.idu ,t - An ? alkalino metal. so
ntllcl fir ,xhisitullng dark red lines in
the i eltue ru.. , i, R-i. $*.I.070.
Zir1 ..al .,--. r ,,,,s : ..lained from
the tot., r:.l. ,,.,, . .i hy: itth.h inl
the ,,o'm of il l k ,s ..r. ki .r. .
Lithini - An actliiso met.il; the
lightest metal kntownl. S7,UkI).
Jlucilnuii-A imlet l ill thle form of a
grayi.h black powder, 6$,400.
Caeium-The meIttlic base of limiie,
Strotntium--A malleable metal of a
yellowishl color, *$1,').
Teriiun--Obtained froml the mineral
gadouliite, found in Sweden. $4l,0.U.
Yttrltil--Discoverred in 18.1e, is f at
gyrayi.h bl;ak color, and ilts luster Ir- i
rfctly mtetallie', t,Ueih.
ErtliUli--T'he 1 t,11 found|li itasociated
with yttlriut, $ A,400
t'eritne-A mvtal of high spevific
Sgra.vi). ia grayish white culur, anil j
iartull.lr texture, V3,'4U0.
IJ'Mt,,n-A metal found awssociated
with .erium, $l,'.UU.
ILutheniutmll-Of a gray color, very
hard and brittle, exttcttd front the
ortes if platilmtts, $1,4t0U.
lthahim,--Of ai white color and me
tali: hluster, and extremely) hard and
brittle. It requires the strongest heat,
that ca, be piritdcm'ed by a witnd furnace
for its ftiion, 0.30&0.
Niolittn,-PL'revii.tly named colunm
binuat, first dis..ovred in alt ore found
at New London, totm.. $2,3tO.
[.arltllu-'e lttat ltle hiof m lhartyta,
8 1,S: e.
I'.Ildium - A netal di.scovered i"
I8' ;tild f.,u d il v'. iy atinsitall grainast, of
.t steel gray cvolor anid liibrous stlature,
Uisnitui-A .brittle,.gray-colored umet
al, foulnnd with platiUu. o, 1,).
Iridium-t- outnd native as an alloy
! ittl uenium in had gray antes, and as
ithe heaviest f knowa Sebetamse,
eni il lager aa
W. F. Wilon, Ed. Knlpe sad L H.
Herendeen, cmamenemd work eo their
ll:isme nle this glch about Desamber
1t, 1884. They Sem sunk a ift., shaft
to bed.rock and then drifted mouth 80-ft.
until they strock the pay streak, which
was six feet wide, ton hinh they drifted
10 feet up and down the Bulch. While
drifting up the p'leh they struck a
granite reef, whrih prevented tbe r
progres and ecessitating the sinking
of another shaft above the obstruction,
in which thby found vlry rich dirt, but
owing to the rapid accumulatiun of
water in the shaft, they were obliged to
sanldon. Netwithstanding the srd
den check to their search fo ete hidden
wealth, they have an iumelnse pile of
pay-dirt on the dump, out of which
they expect to realise a handulnen
"stake." In testing the ground as they
preemcrated their I ar they ha ve wabed
out as hig, l as $4.OU to the nu. Of
course 1th average will fai fr helow
that figure, still the boys will make
ad wages; whihh is far better thea
sitting around waiting fr something to
turn up. A few more suhob wkers
wtudi plet eenn leeey into oerulation and
snm deson mtrate the wonderful riheb
nae of our mineral depotse. The
luys will commeeue sluicing as u oon
ao the weather will perseit.
FrelMa uLsa eL
The Franklin Literary Society met
at the school house, Box Elder creek,
at 8 p. ia., on the sath last The
society adjourned er deS, having con
vened every othes week ince last
November. sad proving a immense
succes, afording amusement sad ea
tertainment that could not have been
otherw me obtained, while the debates
ansd paper were the msoce of iatelec.
tusi improvement and developed am
Among the active members df the
society we notice the kollowiag I P.
Chandler, W. H. Peck, H. Blanchad,
W. W. Parrott, Mr. Welter, W. O.
Chamberlaina, Oscar Stepbhe sad
David Hilger, ad amo the ladies
Miss A. Fegrs, Mr . 0 . Hilgr,
Miss Linda Stuart and Miss Butter
The exercises conmeaced by a rec.
ation of "Rm's Maniac," by H.
ilanchard, which was well delivered.
iss Maol FerPgus, (ge e ywsm )
ad "Too -" ien Su edi k, t
eying every sylable c r and ct.
E. P. Chandler read the old dock's
'Forever-never." in his usual earnest
uood. The paper was then read by
W. C. Chamberlain, which was a cap
per and contained much to amuse all
present. Mr. C.'s efforts were a suc
cess, the paper containing some good
poetry. At the conclusion of this it
was decided to dispense with the de
bate and after the adjournment the
Ms aiden string band struck up "She
mus O'Brien", which was secured for
the occasion, and the "light fantastic"
(barring out Hilger, Parrot and Will
Fergus) was participated in till early
From the expressions of the connte
nances of those present we noticed
that W. H. Peck. was somewhat ad
and !ownheartened, the came, it was
rumore !, that he "'gt let." His par
tiv brot per, W L. Peck, wantsitunde
stood ttt his feet are his own, and
whether he wears No. is or not it
does not affect his youthful looks
Chandler says he will loan his nose to
the N. P. R. for a snow plow but
he don't want to have anybody make
iun of it. The ladies say that Cham
berlain Jpn't keep time with the
music, an was the best looking young
gentleman present. Hilger maht do
for a sheep herder but we wtll be
hanged if he can call a quadrille.
Stephens sat in the corner talking
sheep to the "old man" the whole
evenan--now, Oscar! Wanchard can
cut a New York swell in good shape.
Parrott was too modest and Landreau
The followiagisone of the verses
n, "lttr mee t t.ugs sitr
Ad tewell turgs. fim ,wtfl eam
To mt-htIeM putls.
This is a slight refection on some
bachelors that got left:
TIM dessapd kinq up" te mmo
tske tSemi, meek si ep.
while Ir Nk' sle eew Mt e t:
-(WO l do e el beY.'
Chandlertbroke the dashboard from
his buckboard in his recent trip from
Maiden, and it appears that refects
this way :
Hotw oft we think ,d olldbeers peag
let ees 5e lcmue " imneam
With an apongythe above is s.