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Lieut. Ruobiawo of Ft. Maginnia, W
made tw a pleasant call yeaterday.
Adam was not adispeptia.-Ex. Who
care Adami whetiher he war or not.
For a (]1 meal, go the Chequamegon
rentaurlat, MontaI:s street, foot of
Mr.. Mel. J. Keith is expected to
arrive on, to-smorrow's !ioet coach,
from lIttaton. I
Tis week we lp.tlisb the exprena and
trav, il. ,.atea of the stage line. termlai
ratiol - ..re. v1.
Thin Mlisouri river is now clear of
Ice. itloata will moain reach the head
of navigation. I
(Iune anld Revolvern repaired at
Joaseph Itelainger, of Quetawc, Canada, u
a nephew of L. Belanger, will spend r
the summer with his uncle.
II. P. (iCanuller, of lDeer creek, wan'
in Mailen yesterday. IHe says there ish
very little snow lnorth of the range.
The toarding house up at the Magi.n- :t
nis mill will be re-olItneit to lday undler
the 'nanagemlent of ('raddock & l.a- .
Fine Watch nd ('lochk reparitng done
at K. T. Marntoon's.
The Maginnis ining Companlllly arei
now 't ,rking three: eiglht hollr shifts in
the tMontalna a Id ir,,'nache n ile.., land
taking out more ore. than t.he mill
A pt 'tiot1 is leing ,.irnlttil in
,illin.gs askig for the pardon of l.ump,
tie ii.n ale. shlt Mig.eins Taylor.
'The felhi.w is a ,imp wale will .iga, for
tCht pardon of Lual,..
ladlies anid ('hlldre.'sa' B1ilk Mitts, at
Mrs. utinton's, head fd SMain street.
The onot serviceal,le ItHot for rwanch
work, is the "lo'wmain's l'ride," at N.
At the meeting of sto, khl, ders of the
Maiden Reductlioln C'omlapny, Ilel last*
Moulay, no businlesof i 'mportance wa
translltactd, there bting but a anmall rep
ree.lntion ,o atot'k in attendance.
II. J. Llrook's execurtive mansiiion,
in wlhi'h Ihe reigns as governor of the
10A1 -a U5r .. I... ' . a- . .c a-. .... ............ -
apaintl-d by J. \V. Kelly. ,f Lev.ali,,lii,
anld presents the tincvt ;appalira:atn Of
any private residelce iin this cill.ty.
.Jef lluowell returied to the Nprings
on Wedh'esday's co...h, leaving Special
D'epluty a.hl Kelly to attenid to the
Uollar sale. Probbailities are the sale
wille ll ltponeld, though we are lnot
aible, up to the time of going to press,
to give reliable information.
The paroeting stetan will somo
COlinIelniCe, , anild those whol hive to buy
lkeddinlg for camping out, will filinl the
Ikhet assoirtitlent of Iltlnkets and Quilts
at N. T. iuinlliore's.
Ladies' and Children's Neckwear, at
Mrs. l)unton's, head of Main street.
II. A. Rediker, of Lewistown, called
ln its first of the week. Mr. Rediker
is a .tew-comer on tie creek, where lie
intenlds to engage in the buil.iness of
harners and saddlery. We believe lihe
has clihope, a good lpint and trust lie
will lietl with sulltantial encotirage
ment fronm the residents of the Judith
In spjeaking of cattle, Gov. Brooks
says the increase this year bids fair to
exceed any previous. The cows are all
in cxcellec t condition, thus insuring
healthy, strng cailves. The past
wialter taken us a whole, was the tust
,ItCi,nisl toi st.tck, experienced for
several years-the Eastern press to the
C.lltrr)y notwithstand ig.
Aln * xperienced cattle hla:sn says the
recent suow fall will work no injury to
sa~ck. He rather .e it snow several
dl:ays than rain. It is hopedl the snow
will entirely disappear belore the lanb
ilg season isegima,whicn is only a couple
iof wicks hence. A few bright days
" ill h;ake a wonderfull change in the
aplearancetl of range-.
Stop in and see lit elt.:ait !'ach'-,
j st rectit'd,.at M.Lrtui':.
Mrn. Brother and d ausghter, family! TI
,af H. J. Brother, manager of the 1Ma- cut
ginnie Mining Co., arrived from ('lo- inaku
orado, on Wednesday evening's t'bet elor
coach. Mrs. Brothers was accompanied was
by Mr. Finley Fraze'e and Thomas Al
Cas,who will make Maiden their home Knot
for the summer.
Mr. Louis Landt and wife, (bride antl
groom) arrived in Maiden, -t'turday I
evening, from the East. Louie went
away single .a.d sad but returns double sUp
and happy; satiafled that matrimony is it a
the only true state and Montana the rent
only territory in which to live. They ing
will occupy Mr. Liandt's residence on new
upper Montana street, in a couple of harg
The May Day party at Mrs. Day's, thin
Reelsfort,is to '.e a delightful affair. In Aent
a letter, she says: "An elegant supper nuoc
will be prepared; the Cottonwood Band, is st
whose excellent music needs no com- Sat
ment will perform. A May Queen is ann
to be elected by the gentlemen, and a
gentleman will be elected by the ladies A
to crown the queen. A cordial Invita
tion is extended to all." t4ee advertise
ment in another columb.
Buy ylar Laces, Ribbons, Flowers
and Fancy Gooda at Mrs. Dunton's,
head of Main street.
The Clothing Store of N. T. Dins
amore shows no inclination of dull trade. w
Low Prices and Relimble toods prevail.
Comlle and ee.eo
On the 1.t of July next important w
poital ch:nges will occur. Letter post- sees
age will be two cents an ounce after (
that date, instead of two cents a half -
ounce, the present rate. Postage on
newspapers, sent to regular subscrib
er. will be reduced one-half. All cities
having more thlan four tlhousand in
Ihabitants will be authorized to estab
lish a slpecial ten-cent stamp delivery
service, by which letters can be has
teaned to their destinatioan.
A surprise party was given at the
residenace of C. W. Gardner, on Monday
evea-ning, of this week. A party of
alblt ifteen gentlemen and ladies
were present. Ihancing and card play- T
ing was the order of :amIusement and Trr
were continued unillnterrulptedly--sav e
to partakae of mine delicious viands
furnishiedl by tlhe ladie-unttil twelve
o'clhsk, when the ea.vening's pleasures
w-re brought to a close. It waeta coml
' lhte surprise.
While politiclly Iemocratic, the
-'t. Patul til(te ende.avors to treat nren
of all parties with eqlj:dl fairness, cour
tesy am .l candor.
t'. \%' . Gardner and Lanie Lmaerosier D
returlned Monday from a prospecting
expl'slition in the Northl 3occasin.
'lThe ir t lighlt they n.aide nmmp one
, of Mr. Giardinor' hoIrses parted their
! cmpany and struc.k out for the Mis
Scouri river. Mr. (iarlner started in
i. rpe it, following the animal clear into
tle bad lamnd. solIme thirty mIiles below
('iagget. While on th chase the recent
heavy snow sborrm overtooak himll anid
conImpelled ana atanlomllent of his
search for the prea.enlt. Knuow was two
fa ,t hlap ldom oi i the Mlis-ouri. lie
knows alaut %iher his horae is and
thinks there will be no timrouble in indl- -
ing him samAS tit as th'snow disaplpears.
Mar. tGardner lhas claceldealrd not to do
anily more paroaweting until spring.
t Fort a iginnis News. MI1
II ma' a*.....t 0..n ;" a "i..........cr, HI.
II. %I. N a sotl, oie leg ta.iesi ereeks', i
wast in town yesterday. nad
The otder for transfer of infiantrv
regilliments has en t iseisti. 1.
l)r. Wvyeth tLnk hiis dleparture onl
Ved.neI(day, for New York.
Thle I)eellit given by thei M;igilnisie
Minstrel Trruecpe to Private English },
wlI well attended.
t'Ol. & Mrs. P'arnell leacves the Post t
'Thrlnrsday, of this week for Souiithern.
I':liforeia. The ('loI,,l is to h;ave eani 1
iudeininite hla ve..
Wddingl at FMrt id.tgais. i
S' ', slll.tan llk·l". j Lt
A wedling at a frontier hItilit:iry i. It I,
is alwiays a rare treatl; therefle, ahl li
it was announced talt the marriage of
Dr. i.tone aend .Mi*s Sword would occur
at thle q:uarters of ('ol. 'iarnell, many ur
frientis at Diee prel'eri.e their aesist
ance to iensure a lively and happy
The Episcoital ceremlon was leer- ,a
fornmed attight eig tel hwk, by itev. Mr. a
Philey,e. ill the Irescure of the rela.
tives of the bride and grseni.
The bride wore it bIeautiful tcostelll, At
the uwn beineg of rich brown -ilk with r,
overdrels orf creptile du chine. Shie wa
att ended h the followi eag e.uneed sweet a
ittle brieles-eeaid., elroeeed in white:
hIelee Itelt 13.. 1erth let .arveyv. leelni
andl Jenny ýWaiV urit,.. qaid I.e.-i.e
eMorrison. while the gro aentetn were
mn:astrs 'ell an.l hIarry i inton. I
A ,rillientat re.ptin. te. h.innitng at
nie i elhc k fillowetl. the hIapi y '. *lj.le
re', si tiatg the 'ngratiielin. of thi,
, mli.,' r. m id - i V.. . . f !,,h. I'.: 1 i
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The wedding and bride's cakes, were
ut at about eleven o'clock, the bride's
ske containing a ring which would
natIre the early marriage of the bach
lor finding the same; Lieut. McDonald
ra* the discoverer.
After a renewal of good wishes the
nests departed declaring it to have
een a beautiful little wedding.
A Valess m ,eIaG
[Foym March Namewr of The Newtbwest.1
"The Sunday Pioneer Press is a
lupner' double rumber, upon which is
evished an array of talent that makes
t a valuable magazine of the best cur
nmt literature in addition to its teem
ng columns of political and general In
news. Especial arrangements, at a .
arge outlay of mneans, have been made
o secure weekly contributions to its
'olumns from the best writers and
hIinkera of the age, in Europe and
n,ierica, and in every point of excel
ence this issue is regarded as the Tol
model of its kind. This valuable issue
is sent to any postolMee in the United
tates or Canuad for two dollars per
A Crand _ombinatlen t
The Mineral Argus
As. snh L,.etvle Weslyt
Courier - Journal
try paing as 4 ye will 5ei 6 eer k. year.
near I paper rwil the Ct M .Serfl the
kDw.:rltie tand for eet r R0
maSy, mad the bet, bteghtest sad shist hmfrl
weeklyr Is the 'sted ataa. The Weekly Costr
Jmrsal hWs the tagest 5imseeraea 5hMtSt
stI .er say sswepaps Is Amerlea. These wah
b sa tomsesathm e a plriesp of Ca nae l
olurlu cnu do w at t ls odor.
And sample Room,
Corner Main and Montana Streets.
SIA. IL =taYsE, Ppnsr,
MAIDEN, - - MONTANA.
Meatl at all holns, day or aight.
The least Wines. IAquor' and 'igars In the
emsty. Tent them for yourself and e eeavined..
Terus ea -h.
Artt. lh, loW. II. M. DRYDEN.
IAY HOUSE, Reedsfort,
dasy 1, 1885_
General Invitation is Extended.
MUSIC BY THE
William 9.. Waeteli, l'aintiri, )
ter J. tianer, et al., Ikfradenlts. )
ao ie sld at her lrMale .ab on tle 14th day ol
, t.1.., at the hlar at :1 a', · f .lak f aid tI y, tih
IIinig drrltsd ir leperty, t,-wit: L.t 3. In
wark It. ,n Main atnt., in the Tein of Maiden.
raglrau c.attt. Holtnat. ata, l La l I. in Block D. -
tin htlnt. It taiden, mele wr .,tnnltty, monlta . I n -
JFF'FI-R.-oN HH,.WEI.I.. sherlff.
l Iit. W. KlW ly. ,alpealt I,,lt yi,ttt al tlf.
Itat,.l nt mtaidkna, nta.egherraanty. etntana, April
JI, IMA. N
rward Burk. et. ai.. I'laintill,
lrane EMatn. tn. a.. Ilefendanta.
e Ir .1 alit a~I..rittlt ' tle. on the 14th dat of
ant. tt, at the iaouar t 3 hclck. at aid tinday, the
,awitng ,I*..a.ri.l pneatrty. tao-Lit: Ia¢ 4, in
latk 1. aen alan Mreet. in 11w twn ,t t aiden.
snatetr aaaanaty., mlotIsas. and alnt nanndicidall
-htICf iatlnntt I1s I atvtd 2. 1t HIllt Is. ol F.rwin
rrt. in the twn ot Nalatkn. Meagher county.
atana, toulther with all tblihiltags stuated
.rnan. .tF.IFEIttN IltWEIl., e.rltrtL,
te I; . W l.ttly. tt.raial lkp.aty rhrrlf.
,)a,'t at'4atdrn, ttaeaolett.t at.alntttatia.aI
,roeln'ater, M'Nat.tra tet. at.
.llar Mining and lmppnnsaeaent t',. i
. . Wllliasana..
atlar Mining ndI 1ntrotwrant ('to
,Star Minins and lttprreant t'tt. i
To be al,aI at aherilf'. ala-. a, tit' 274h day of
aril, Iw ., at '*llar MIt. t'll. Te ar" ' l M inigr. *
.li . tiLattdt a tnryatal M atOllll.lin. itll WaInt i
tratn. Minallig tllriat. in anetar t'.attty. Moun
,it Trritrt, loaetllrr withti all the tnaraarnta.
ratin.t. itaumre. saelhinsry, (l,.. telwreon or it, r
-ý a tl a I ttnaittV therato.
AI-., taa aertain still ite etontaniltnt fire aar r
,rte or lw. nitlaated i tin , tarnta ," rinr g Mining 1
na,ili.t. Meagher t'.,ultta. M.,lotaln Trrrtary,
;ieown L e..a riaiw an ih, .lirakunt Mill rite,
.ttlther waith alll tin priniletta ad applrfltlataea.
, irnt. etn-a l aitrn.t o, rae,,r ki.l wkattvrrer
i, Fl . i ..i ) ttt1 i ... . . .
as Lehman & Co.,
Wbsh sle sad Reail Iales 1n
ieo erra Moerchand1 se
iroceri.s and Provisions., Clothing and Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gent's Fur
nishing (lood., Bued and Bedding, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, all
kiml of Rubber Goods, Crockery and Glassware, Hardware
and all kinds of
-PAR IMG MACNINUY -
nclnling Wagon., Thre.hing Machines, tllfBinder Mowers, E.
COOK AND HEATING STOVES, BUGGIES,
and all Kimle of Hardwood.
besooos, Cars, a Mfn book oe Drug. Meia., Noaons,
In fact Everything to be found in a Complete stock.
Few Goods ! . n"'Zk~ Low Prices !
Pnolite Attention. All Ianguagea Spoken. Orders Salicited
TN. T. Dh.smore,
HE ONE PRICE C. O. D.
or. an and Xontana CSta.
Wholial adn Retail Dealer to
S---DRY GOODS, . .
rotions, Drugs, Jewelry, Olothing,
Hats and Caps, loots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHIN 000DS,
FURNITURE AND CARBPEIS
'ancy and Staple Groceries.
- Best Brands of -
fines, Liquors, mBer, Ale, Cigars and Bar Goods.
All Kinds of
IARIDWARE, G;LASSWAkE, QUEENSWARE and WOODENWARE.
'fAll my goods are bought from FI'RST hands and in large quantities, and
I propose to give customers the benefit of
.ow Prices First-classGoods
Lall and Examine my Stock and ask Prices. liatiafactioe Guaranteed.