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Anaconda is to have a $92,ooo
Gans & Klein intend erecting a
$25,000 business house in Butte.
The Montana Woolgrowers' Associa
tion will hold their July meeting at
Benton on the 15th and 16th inat.
Gee. H. Keefer has been appointed
veterinary surgeon for the terntory in
place of Stuart, resigned. Dr. Keefer
was strongly endorsed by the stock
Marquis de Mores and v ife, John N.
Simpson and other friends will go into
the Big Horn Mountains this summer
to hunt the grizzly, a Ia Theodore
*fli N. P. Ry. carried 3,733,000
I~onnds of wool out of Montana dur.
tng the year 1884. From points west
of Helena tl~ere were aS3,oco pounds
shipped, the balance coming from van.
oma points throughout the territory.
Charles H. Wade, father of Chief
L ustice Wade. of Montana, died at
hi residence at Andover, Astabisla
county, Ohio, on the 57th of June, in
the 87th year of his age. Deceased
was one of the oldest settlers in Ohio,
and a brother of Senator Bien Wade.
The cattle shipped from Washington
Territory to the Eastern Montana
ranges this year were collected as fol
lows: Yakima, 157 cars; Kennewick,
9o; Pasco, 41 ; WWallula, 202; Land,
185; Sprague, 15 and Spokane Falls
104, making 762 cars.
During the month of June the
Northern Pacific Co. sold ,1,657 acres
of land in Montana, a larger number
than was sold in any other territory
save Dakota. The aggregate sales of
.lie company for June show a hand
some increase over the camae month
A River Pres, representative inter
viewed T. C. Power & tiro. in regard
to the movement of wool down the
river, and ascertained 'that there
would be boats to carry all the
wool that would be brought to this
market, even though the* amount is
twice what it was last year, and the
indications are that it will be almost
that. We have heard some fears ex
pressed that there would not he up
freight for the boats late in the season,
andthat in consequence they would
not come for the wooL There are no
grounds whatever for such apprehen
sions. Every pound of wool that ar
rives in reasonable season will be
taken out, even If the boats have to
come up empty, which they will not
have to do."
bees d Casd
The American Architect some time
ago called attention to the general ad
mission by geologists that all coal beds
once formed the bottom of lakes of
fresh or salt water, and it is thought
that this fact indicates an explanation
of the production of coal which will
remove the difficulties of the old
theory. It is hardly conceivable that
wood, especially through the loss of
its hydrogen, should ever become con
verted into a substance plastic enough
to flow like a river, taking the impres
sion of objects along its banks; but it
is not difficult or unreasonable to sup
poe instead of this, that the stagnant
laes of the coal districts were, ages
ago, when the temperature of the
earth was higher anidve'-etaion more
luxuriant than now, falI d with little
plants which even now discolor our
drinking water, and that these, dying
and settling to the bottom, may in
time have so accumulated as to form a
layer of carbonaceous ma'd of consid
erable depth. Something of the kind
still goes on in such ponds, the bot
toms of which are usually covered
with a light, black mud, while the bub
bles of carbureted or phosphureted
hydrogen which rise when this mud is
stiired show that it is in process of
conversion into something at least very
similar to coal. Such mud, if it could
be supposed to accumulate undisturbed
would present, perhaps, all the quali
ties necessary to fit It fur conversion
by decomposition into coal. The
presence of certain salts and mineral
substances which are often found in
coal ashes, but never in wood, might
be due, on this theory, to impurities
dissolved or suspended in the water of
the carboniferous lake, and even the
formation of petroleum, naphtha and
bitumen, in connection with coal, is at
I-ast as easily explained by this hypo
thesis as by the old one.
Philadelphia Call :-l'leasc descrnbe
the man you saw talking to the pris
Prisoner-"I don't know how ter
do it, yer honor."
"Can't describe him? Did he look
like any of thcse laa~vei's lDid he
look lik: mue?'
"No, per honor-. He looked like
an intelligent gentleman."
V WOLIN'S '
Biet. Ft. Ilaginn~t adl Rocky Point.
GodTable Good Ned. and
114. bard /tabken
ups ta muh 15 atho truss Pat Nlagirnat. md 40
n miles le rn Ranky PoilaL ma Zaa ownad a, Rlt
i..' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ " k'oilte "adiaw.
City $Anopping Place between Fort
)l Iaginnia and Rocky Point.
at Two BMocks from Head of Main St.
xj /WOood Work at Fair Price..
e. GIVE HER A TRIAL!I
a Beast Latandry in Town.
k. Notlow of Final ENtry.
Ii .Aht) )tFttL AT It.: L'tA. MOTtANA,
Juno .i7th. INNS.
M .4to. is hereey given that the fotlawting-uaiued
atise hus aisi .,oliaw at bin intartutonto napah
le saul inu :r mrrt ut hi. claim. anat that sal
Suewlille Mat befoee Ijiewetlyrn Rubats 'sta.rnsy
ell Mic. in anal tor)e Mottwre.Unt>. mutuenge at
er Radtf. N'Sgher conuty, N. T.. on aletannata
of who made t~etelta7ae Sltatarsn Mea S, b
th I l namusa the folowing witweanar to pians hi.
trodtiornuJ tuniduwee apes, .eaad er ltInap1t4a. neTho
ýý J. MaoaudtIrnam. Pi'ddy. llsriet at t
memberc county. ilnutana.
Id FV. AnatilsaS. Uqgister.
teA Grand Combination I
is The Mineral Argus
)t Atad IS. L.wt~levttfr Wuehty
pCsoturier " Journal
ld oma yewl far sai) Si. Two Pa.m for littl
tidn m.thaa thepctasat ewe.
DO ay playing un to Fow wilt ruesiv toe .me year
ham Irnaue it ther ta e h uK u ww.th
beS ,u aud bwMth. brn hight.'aut madtsl O
w hila the Coetrd alaa~. The Peehky Crnaceie
to JsramuiS the Iauelsdat ruuemt s a~la sarta.
Slt.em ansy eswnpapee iw Aaaeei'a. These wha
td uualuin~~ th-ins Cuef
Mai ool eit iI. " da~
paedeier, To .11 wh smpea eat wai guda wea will
put r iste wayof okn wrimla moe iul
a SelriJlyamr fthall w.. satar týtat earib. bot tie
lay Aitres. MytreowACo.toet~laadc. emaiar
aWe wrtil spay &arwar of theehortldto
icy maiy ºlyf mtured that ywi leand ltemrmi
edvro of say peedmie. aT a pmall who ehantea
wiark anyto lhe hipes.w s ale/ thi lea oeealad
cald oba-Toad i ho vanlod weall-sane baad we lef
ehealde. t J o taae-Mrold o Creek. s ul
paeteula. deatl Ful.at : setAht, (n . 'r.n a
lay. ddres $05.00Al Co.. Portan. XaAr. a
Wwilpya ada a thes ha aret doear" i
framy lowinatled toa bwood mar lathrmesle rate., or
am ehrlee; o aad pto anch hoser. wieho at lvngrtio.
band carefel awmdayt.e aiwy.hro with thr tobrulor
thvia; n igthtp. Noo tram toe Istal rewaln h
.erea batd the reath. Vo enietoaa branm oargft
A solot, Tigt-t)Maa d Cook. A
5ME~iM SMU~T " weM. T
~atvin )epsid te iowalin"or .ad
Usea. heabmiad V bearginght J s oheldrmsa
MWadT KieE"h at mmUS Pa" o.
Meatad-.A ahev tramc lief rite. tliwlTt.
A arel armede- h~evter alwat of t boil, ck r
ingothfem d 'rondo,11 h i' trn. sf orl ok
the.~ Iro ngts. lFel' iiriom t.. stalto can h
k.e a fth ameh Juith Refesua to thnu Little.
A loerw. TH kIde OrdA, i11totr...~
Ijoomiz Edr and Ana toi re ho
f I SSK f .%TTLE r NFANt.
T. V. PowEK. )lasutger. P'. t,. Ft. Bent...
I1. I'. I itMjKP, $11111.. . P.4. Lewusttawu. a
Brand-As abuv et. - ip.4 sl.. with hrlwa
lar,.s rltgh rils.
tlVeal-it.. amduswgth h.#.e-.h. ba.hma.
Nazk.-l*WIUp a brluket.
Al... owners .dr%.a 1.ft hip. U.... brandftd d
° aslef thigh.
I. stok.e1. odwithout vuming. .__
N ter Pacific'
THEDill WS LINE BTWI'?%
][oatena, Idaho, Washington
aid osrr.. Tral.. PallI. l. to wl.rI .w tarbeMt
ar''PUI .IMAN PALACE BLEEPE1I .
ml Elegant Dining Oars!
No cangpe of cars
IT, PAUL and PORTLAND
a , Ills anylAM" of Ticket.
Uaiigrant Slimpers 'RDE!
te TUB ONLY ILL RAIL Lint To TOOK
IYELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK.!
CNAR. M. FEZ.
-nt MT. 1'.t'l, inell.
Minneapolis & Bt.Louis
-AND' TilE FA~aiitih
Two Thrwough Trains Daily
retti ST. PAUL Anie MI'.AI~h'ILI$
Without ('hmnac ennuot~n with the PAST? p
TIIA tN4 of ol lhtee IP,, the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
The litir~riad ON(LY LINK Ynneing7 TIIk~t'lIi
C'AKS between 111 ltEAi'U I. ae
DES MOINUS, IOWA,
vie ALBERIT LEA ANO FT. DOtittE.
WarUSOLJI) THBHflLUI TRIM!s-%I"
and the Pincipelpe ('Rii. sp tahe Nhehiwnl~i Valley.'tasbltl APStfN17ait
1MAST ESIRh mAYS. and the ON(LY LIN~E
runnin TWO TRAINS DlAILY to Sonsa.nCkg.
£.awwn Ot pad Me ia..e. sknsoit crpttr-'
tbena with the Unio PariSa aottAtchltt.. T*.jehn
A Neat. Fe Mallwaye.
/yt'(oa 'onttectione made In tttien 1010.4 witit
all traite of the tit. Peel. Rluea erapoi &l )ituitot;
Notthern Pariae; toe Pau Ap uth itnilwa~t,.
frnmenditonipninta. NORTH 401'tt .ttT 11WI ST.
33U3333SI! The Tmamm. of the XiYtiNN ).\
Lit' A MT. Llls~t iIAILWAY err r." te~oeeei ot
(ioufnghin1 If, (earhW. NoaaoiA ent eiionett
flte~itt lac ttopreiialntn (hoir t'arp., atri
our Jnniiy eri~esttnieºd oaiw 34.8mg Camn
sellS lilt'. (OF RAtitiA4.E (it EC1KEII FiIYEK.
Fee. ienv a ,or. hiswmtih iOw*ei!OSn For
I..eTab,.e.-.hrtoghkTickets.. etc., rai niaan the
nearest Ticket Agemni or write t..
a. V. SOTS.
Hee'l Thi. A iPin. AgI.. )iinnenp ii.. Niien.
SEND YOUR ORDER8 FOR
-Comamercia1, Job Pri~.ti~i -
To The Xineral Argus. First-Class Work.
I Groesbeck & Pornd
Cook, Heating and Camp Stoves,
Tin and Granite Ironware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
-Powder, Caps said Fume,
P'owder, Caps said 7use,
= ick, Drill sanl Spring Steel.
Pick, Drill sand whpaig Seel i ir
ounsad. Square said Tire Iruua.
Bu~lýo Portable Forges.
Door1., Msmls slil Mutultlnag' Shelf and Biklidng Hardware,
Buihllng and Tar Pahier, Hardwood and Wagoin Rlepaiss
P a itOl and Wltingt Ollne and
Iknsbw, ala.umn saw.
Window Glass, Putty, Etc.
In Connection where all Kinds of Job Work will hie Done orn Shfort Xiii Ice.
C ROESUECK £ POLAND,
T. C. Power & Bro.,.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Judith Landing, K. T.
New Goods Just Received:
Special Attention Given to the Trade of Ranch and Stockmen,
SRLECEWING AND FORWARDING. ,
Special Indttemeniet offered to those haini tg Ore and Bullion fo r Una, n
$bhipiiient fromu the M[a,.muat MIin~ing lktegutut
WOOL- STORING FACILITIES.
lArge Warehouse on the bank conrtructed with a Special View to the Storittg
of Wol Wool (;rowers ini the Judith andi W~olf Creek cutuuiy will find
this the iuost con ve1ietit point to haul thteir wool. whether
desiring to selI or shipi.
esY-ORDERS IlY M UIl . IVEN l'Ro sl''r ATIE'I'N.1''ui
BILLINGS BUSINESS HOUSES.
U.CL RK& WHOLESALB MERCHANTS.
Millings - - Montana.
LaOO2c at tO3.eee I'zeoe
Four Ace Flour .....................................1.2lJ per sack.
Clear Smuokedl Bacon ........... .. .... ............... 10 eta. per lbi.
Ham.,................................. .... ........ 12 eta. perlb.
Brekfat Baoa........ ............. . ... ..... 12 eta,. per lb.
Clirnax Tolteeoo i............ ..5 ('tn. 1eer lb.
All other Goods Equally Low!I
Wbukok..i anetanit th4ak~r. ini
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Blacksmiths' Supplies and Sporting Soods
And owning the largest Warehouse located on the ritilroad right of way.
We can handle large and small ahipments of any description. Merchants
and Banebtuen will consult their own interests by havitng goods shipped in
Billings, care Camp Bros.
We ean and will make Promp~t Shipments, and but little costs for ha filing.
Try us. Correspondetnce Solicited.
CAMP BROS., - - BILLINGS, K. T.