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VoL II. No. 38. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 30, 1885. Price 10 Cents
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FRLL & VROOXAN.
Entered at Maiden P. O. as Secsnd Ctass matter
TFI:S II . e I s <it-cili llTION
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AD1'lti'rl. IN IAI.TES:
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7 1s " as
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lipria" l tales gives .,% largo se at,. .i:t andar
fintal testIices 1:. cetat I.r h h*ti
ýrlal attemlwaents ~av .'I Vraril 1.In ad
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11A.4RM.NN & :i IN l1:.
I ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Tr . iIF:. XTs ) , '1. '1'.
HWill nttvend4 to .111 sn s nrni It
.Nlr eaIrs frtmII Jlaside.n s nal ci."ntitl.
W~hlsale~a anal Iit tra th akc r" in
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Blatz 0eor. Cards and Bar Giss.ware.
.1I . I N STU I AT, \I 1 I .I IN. MI -1.
M. P BYRNES & CO., Prop's.
A:1 kinds of Fresh D t. l o: o . Muldon.
1 !'. I' . t c .. Ic \
Feed and Sale Stable. E
lc.h ;' t a natul St., Abliden.C1
ELigs of all Kinds, I'ine Saddle
Animals nr~d best
P. Saunders, Prep,n
Day's House, 1
FRANK RAY. P opri etr.
W. H. CULVER. ta
MAIDEN, MK. T.
" Af mr th "- w .: 1 t " i .
408))I . . ..A101 1< i l
Bank Exchange Si ben,
Wit5Uk S~ F AT NK DYD. P ropI ri -L. ,
Finust Brands of WioesJ , Li_;
Wit.e- Sulphur- .Spring
uors and Cigars.
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ADMINISTRATION OF M1ST1C1 IN MEAONIt
I iler the alive caption, speaking
of the recent term of court and our
iriu.:rk' thereon, the Helena Herald
of thc 23,1 Inlt st.s:
The tl ixt iu. A k;t s of the i6th
Au tout because the grand ju-y, at
, cleleit term of court, did not litu
Ssal .. indicttient. In the report of
ti, r *graind jury, as published in the
f l u i'aduiann they say: "We have
founld idictnents of very grew im
Ipt.int e to the people." Al.w utl
, "I that one or the other must be
i tistiken, and farther, that the grail
pjrb would be motst likely to know.
l Te grand jury's report wauld
lej.a one to inter tiit there was sloe
Id cause fir t w action of the dis.
trot thtlorney, a. ecl a, for it, cwn, in
ý> ,11 -WC , crepl censure the high
hu leih* uirliiitrI A irll Iilt gaul miethiot I
IX'1 by the ju 1 In tUis County for
the ix month, it s: pas!." * 'Ii v
this report io.l tention is made ifofi
iii jstitcis' court, s .; .aidcn as Icid
f, theslrc'es 'lIo gratify personal ani
sal:::.a: f oI .,te patties" and furtier
Sapp rent v to uphold by t'
S.0' hg lian l hjuting in court their c
oin ir tritni' c sO . and with a toti! ti
ili.e ard of Ii .ii :d evidence anda
Cr 1,1 'isi I -eice." After tiis we
:n bl~ r sec iet the Ai"cst caii al- "
here ti its .t lciinint that the grand ti
itry found no in hictitnets, or thi, is p
buit :: serous an indictment as c,
'oiill well le thiund inside or outside
~f a jury roii.
iur reliort (if the court proceedings it
wta,. of itiisity, githered from s. tii.
(0111 cititens wno had just returned from
the 1 unttu-seat, all of whom expresseI
uhtantially th it we stated. Lattr
thu nail bright us a M1S copy of the
lilt! jtry's report, that stated "in
ihicnient, haid been fotuld,' yet the
partiic azdinst whom such indictments
hii ti eln found were iound ovus to
n, 't tern of court. * .' (.irntly
our .-ltershnit to the contrary was inI
p It i orrect-the grand jury ftnling in
!uo jindiitient to submit for trial at
T e w'14ri4nw: ti to 4he Iitices as
4tch Iy the iferaM!. awi to itlrch we
Itised in the IL c' 1nt4.ining the
.r tn4. jlu report. WAs. we .: 'itcede,ant
144I.t4444nt I4 i 4 a 4pculi lr linl a grlat4
ii., <...r 0 . 4t( iin ,,.a4 L'[4cta4 lv.
u1't a 'r'' ML4 " whIle ;u 11the14, .4
i 44u rte.! rub ,k.
4I 41 4.3 t !4 1. 1 il: i i j 4,1r:
I n i 1 4 ill, 1 r sI nlu lnll et of I
th .1 : Iac ti in 1r 4!. 1 v ur
Slot o r' I',\1 mt.1:i. \\'n:. I, I erl.::ul.
I-I . it j hlj br juIV e t, c lii u ri
as thait pape11r have at timu ;1n d the
t 4.11-, 4 14i 4 (icti 4' l ; " , 1
the g uil joly, a.l4 i i 1I l
4:tt ui 14 14l41 )olme 41 1 4 in tcriial
. 'l 1 ipre .on4 4 :..
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1 Lita:a , of u't / comt, t, .u thinlj
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II". er 4141 1 to 4r1 nt '' e 4 41 ial9i4
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EA Itreateil as unworthy of consideration
by the district attorney and grand
ur He have and will continue to op.
Id pose cases of a trilling nature wherein
the Territory is made plaintiff, the set- I
Lb tlement of which in no way benefits
at the people in general, and with the
I lerald we believe the practice should
h le most emphatically sat down on l'y
a o law-Abiding, taxpaying citizens.
To advocate lynch law at the pres
d ent stage of civilization and settlement
of Montana, is t lly, and io one
knows it better than the Herald. If'
ijtice is not tieted out as a rule in
e any given justice court, the toimmis
signers know the proper and effective
n remedy and should not hesitate to ap.
ply it. But when the district court
r ails to perforrn the duties for which it
u 'was created, then the I herald's advice
is opportune; at least several cattle
men of this and adjoining counties I
seem to he of that opinion, as after ]
trying in vain to have the district court
rconvict aid sentence stock thieves,
they associatel themselves together,
and la.t )ear brought up be:ore the I
imerciless Judge Lynch a score of vic
timis, ga' e theln time to pray, and then
put tten in a condition where they a
could introduce themselves to the
(.reat Judge, and all because of the
imspotency of the law as administered g
in district courts' b
Vet, alter all, with things going his s
way, it looks as though "Hill" was still is
sulkiag over his "walk out of court."
t - - - -- ----- -
at The trasli itimd is a dandy.
r to Two hogs for sale. EI.miire of J. M.
ttly Ik-atty. Maiden.
iln Strtawberriei are now uofered in Butte
ing market at :w cents a hor.
I at liblen has one rekemintig feature
it Iha tm roller skatinmg rink.
as ,'harhin lirttn arrived from u.Inctitn
le ICity oil attrday e''cating's cItalIh.
il l'ii t'"tadi s in this section will
at 1,i1 I 't Li, Iell the 1it it and -t! th of
!lard to lind-thc man who is mit
gu 3g t. pureha.e I ticket for the hene
The Pol1er lint of ttjjar .11is'ouri
of lpack,"ts kn<. Innight out the (oulsonm
ur .Ie and mill thi- Year run live lsat ..
mil. linn. l ha-. N1. Minrk, the newly all
'r ,t..tled usinlist, r tit Peru. I- a couisin of
,, Ilon. Jlrl ace If. t uIh';, of l'tienton.
lilThe tnggje tion of I ol. del.'cey for
iti ulr"%oal 101511!, I, mueeting Inc al
in' In:y V Illond fret the territoriali
tlht'I cam1p. It . 'om11' flott ('hiiago
to tale , har' ~f tilth ooks in theC torl'
1 l'l SI e Iny illp from hi, fr nihi
r- unal 1. at:;1 ammned the 114, with one
a of hit1 lis< ty , i-Ih ji , il h h ha:
['d t~ r"pen. in th'e-. p.art-. ý
lu -tt .t ,,r It atht tor. h -ft Iii-i uatek \'
It 1 1 " 1 o n thlt _ I ;I1, :1 141 is '
t ",t,.ly L rrench the head of w oign a
Ill'n a'lth .,If1 1 .e!I III
Nil-. >!, l'i.-t arriie~l frn tn !t. rton, ".
01, ,itur ": , - 1 i," t .,, h. %Ir . 11 I t..
L Iw it . .
Si - I" I 1 n li I ý,. ill (, ,111 to
' I v "n r t' of e I
I , " t 1 .t " . t, I L n r. * Y e s
n ilomby tiralham is in Billings.
nl The "gold" discovered near Bismarck
proves to be a comabination of granite,
p- Iorphyry, feldspar, goniss, hornblende,
in iron, mica, and yellow pyrites, making
t a grammamted rock .rithont a trace of
ts gold or silver. Next'
e Livin"ton girls have to load their
a skirts down with shot, on account of
the *"horrid wind" which prevails
I there.--Ex. The poor creatures would
blow away entirely if the largest part
4- of their Isdues were not anchored on
it the ground.
e Andrew Fergus, who has been at
f' New 4?rle'anm anmd visiting in the States
n since Lust October, hami Wen very sick
at the oame of am old friend of the
r family in Moline, Illinois, but is recov.
ering and expects to be home by the
middle of May.
t The Judith round-up association has
aboumght of Mr. Conrad Kohrs 100 high
grade short horn bulls at a cost of UIak)
per head, to be delivered on the Judith
t range in June. They are a fine lot of
r Montana grown bulls, being bred by
Mr. Kohra, on his own ranch.
r The population of Maiden Is increat
ing quite rapidly. The coaches on
both lines bring in passengers nearly
every trip. The Junction coach brought
in five last Saturday night, leaving
three behind who were anxious to get
on imiral. Still there are more to
T. C. Power & Bro., have just received
37 ounces of gold dust from the Little
Rockies, valued at ,loud. Now that
spring has opened we may expect regu
lar shipments of the precious metal.
This together with previous shipments
which have been made, ought to set at
rest forever the statement that there is
nothing in the Little Rockies.-River
Il. To Whom it may Ooosrua.
All parties doing business in Meagher
to county subject to a license, are ex
pected to pay the name invariably in
The attention of merchants in called
to Sec. 798, page 576,, Revised Statutes
Irt of 1omntana.
Ilutel keepers to 5ec. SL11, page .i77,
l Revised Statutes of ulontana.
ill Sah keepers to Sec. 801, page nil,
of Revised Statutes of Montana.
ifamabling house keepers, to Sec. 8wi,
t loge 47, of laws parsed at the Thir
teeith Regular Session of the Legis
Parties naking application for Li
rices will remit ala aimmunt suillcient
to pay the rates specilied in the above
iaieiatjonied sectiont .
- The tra'airer expects to collect all
if licenst'. By voluntary paymaent if he
1a .ni,: by l% if lie narat.
r I). F. Futs.as ,
;tTreasurer of Mlenghur Co.
1t 1l11F. -t>I li it 8 PRIN* ., April 3h s
Ilitter- M iain.laa.
Ihac miling outtlak for .Montana
gruats .r iglter with each succeeding
rhay. While the plrslametion of every
of iar taills and tarrit.ry a it the mliaioaa
hala %. aIa falling o11 the output of thia
taritory is .onaatamtly increasing, and
util thiiyaar he anat leas thanatL ..i,(Ns.
a a a. I r. 'ir 1'haihli.aaatg, Jllarysvilli',
wicks-, k Niliart, rin anad tlemaala.
aria Ina-t a 'f:ttaorry reports--n ot
aii ut alit it + inten(dedl to be aloie, but
ailout ai tod aiaomnplishii.nts, which
f r fli t- only relijhable test of merit.
'II " aranitr. iruntair has iit hi-gati
to paly aevilend': ta'w lrara iuiulmo
Ia nr jr tiiut ill ij'ji'a i rouae antar ahip
plit" i11 l ii..1 all its aIti(lta tittle
,it ii- IrL-tu . W" 1 , 1: i s altne r i.
t anutan un:it ii abu n * of fair grail.'
,h r-la.rl irbhii n: i lt strike, ii.
i" ' tat ii I \. *In It. w i re ilne rnat
h -ar' I ttal'a.,i i :uiaa's are ot' ru
II.** th II ti- r _.ar itlinr at ul..ti"n,
t- know i to I ae .a'-a .e'rve- of gaul
ir'a t thi la ileelag a,, taaarhl a.
r, misrb enI oan tatung it, monlthly- divi
'Hi-, if itilah it lane p'riil av.'r #7th,.
lii l 'uin th** part ttrae'r year-. O.tlher
Ii rt ri al ''aunlty haloa* are alu
b' 'r.';iur'llr-al aaim.. rIii' heavy pro.
at *i t 'a i r i ita a r -aid to ' e
-kuý. Ii, a d recent arreportaot *(is
hair ii ala'.el*. tlrattaawla,. ha
a sa', at tin' fruit taid always will
"r lk-, -a 1a1 anal never
a- '"I '"''hh ItI, at l'rase'at. Everry
* ' ta r t l . l , nn ei-trator exce tli
at a. . t. 1 -' aae ,ful tl ar.e
'''a aIill rita ll ce.aa ,- .
\" , nun r." I ultly b, ink ,
.,," a lrb i. . , , " v .I ' . n t