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VOL. 1. IIEI) LODGE, PARK 0COUTY. MONTANA. SATURI)AY. PECElURER R 21. 18F.>
W. F. Meyer.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ANT) NOTARlY PUBLIC.
X 'LAND) OFFICE BUSINESS
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
. _,d Lodge, ,__Oit.
Allan R. Joy,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
COUNTY ATTORNEY
MONEY TO LOAN.
INSURANCE-§-REAL ESTATE.
O()IE AGENT FOR
Riverside town lots, N, 1. Railroad
lots and N. P. Railroad lands.
U. S. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
A SPECIALTY.
Livi.gaton, .Loat.-.
Land Office Business.
J. V. Bopget.
Practices In all matters relating to the
Public Lands before Montana U. S land
offices and the department at Wasting
ton, D. C.
Special attentiox given Entries and Con
tests. .t"Correspondence solicited. 1-8
Eomsnra, Montana,.
J. F. Rowe,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rod Loage, MXattana.
Houses for sale and rent.
F. R. MUSSER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN
and
SURGEON.
Office next door to the PICKET.
Geo. W. Monroe, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at II. J. Armstrong .& Co.'s Drug
Store.
EI:I) LODGE) , MONT.
H. M. Woodward,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Collections promptly attended to.
RED LODGE, MONTANA.
E. E. Batchelor,
NOTARY PUBLIC
Office in Conrad & Co.'s Bank.
Red Lodge, - - Montana.
W; -M. Frost,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plastering and masonry work.
WORK GUARANTEED.
l'lans and estimates given.
RED LODGE, 1MIONTANA.
George W. Devin
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS,
Billiard and Pool table repairing a
specialty.
Bet.XLoake. MoAtana.
R. J. Philpott,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Work Warrant~d.
Job Work a Specialty.
Tenam Work done.
House Logs for Sale.
Mrs. E, A. Baldwin
TEACHER OF VOCAL AND) IN
STRUMENTAL MUSIC.
&od Lodge, Montana.
Report trios, i , T mnd,
«cr L ajjpl Thvns tc; &
n4 orr's. c.i 's
A. S. DOUGLASS,
IEFI) LIOD(;E,, - MONTANA.
Rough anl:(1 Lttced Lum
ber Latih, Moulding,
'ash:, doors,Wia(o ws, Etc., i1c.
Red Lodge, M0ontana.
P. MIll, Prop.L
A1 khind of
ShLACKSMITHING
and WVAGONMAKING
Speocal Attention Civen to
HORSESHOEINC.
1e-1. Loge, onzt.
Patterson house.
BOAR.D BY DAY, WEEK 1OR
MONTH.
--Everything irstclass-.
THE TABLE IS SUPPLIED WITH THE
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Cilbcrt Patterson, Prop.
Western Union ["ai and
Stage Company.
C1 a. Grabmr, Division Suyer
intondent
STAGE LEAVES RED LODGE
EVERIIY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY FOR ALL POINTS
IN WYOMING AT 1 P. M.
G-O EL,_ST
-VIA TIIlE
Northern pacifi
AIILREOAD.
TIIE DINING CAR ROUTE,
AND GREAT SHORT LINE
TO ALL EASTERN CITIES.
175 Miles the SHORTEST Routeto
CnIICACO 4. ALL POINT' EAST,
-and the
Only Through Car Line.
LOW rIATES! QUICK TIM3I!
Plllhialu Panl&e, ctarIs.
TIME TABL_ý.
Atntlllh I treas for the lEast-
. . .lytt uls ll ............. . ....... . i, I.
Arrtvos ut . sulla ot ........................... n 135 i , 111
ultte I }ll," l .-
trrie.e l hI lissl a ......................I 1) p. II
hlenl Exprler-.
le nv es ntiasos Jp ................................ 70 n. l
C. S. FEE.
Gen. Pass. Agt., St Pau',
A. D. EDGAR, Gen'1 Agt.,
I!elena, Mot.
r..i. J. AI .MST. G & . CO.....
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Druga.
Window Shades. Paints
S , GOils,
Fishing Tackie,
Wall Paper,
Stationr.'y,
Cigz;s,
Spectaleas,
Perfumes, ..: - '.>
Toilet Articles,
Window Glass,
.ALn± ererythi-ing its o lur o l .
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PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY CO',i?'OL'ND O.
ah lr.
I oa.
ied Lodge. ltna.
WHOLESALE A : E TAIL
DEALERS IN
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinware,
A . [1 r T -.
AGRICULTURAL IMYE&MENTS.
IWHEN IN NEEI) OF A W\VAGON DON'T FA\IL TO EXAMINE TIHE
\WICH FOIL STRIENGTH, I)URAiILITY AND LIGHTNESS OF I
IDRAFT CANNOT BE EXCEL.LED.
EMrn Builders T-Iaravrare a shpezia1ty..g5y
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF THE FINEST*LINaEOF V EA:PTEARS
AND RANGES EVER SHOWN IN MONTANA A.MONG WHICH
ARE THE JUSTLY CELE3RATED
Cha.t'r OE
GUNS and fA.U.NITIO .
Red Lo~dge, Montana.
P. YE GE N 0.
ORODERS.
M}ai OCdrsra fecite Priomp2 a ten
tion.
OUR .COOS ARE ALWAYS FFRESHArD OP FIRST QUALITY
SEND FOR OUR PRICES.
You will find them the LOWEST.
P. YEGEN & CO. BILLINGS, MONT.
0. I P Sadler .A
BILLINGS. ONTa NA1T. .L'T
C,ý.LIFORNIA BITS AND SPU.S.--ENUINE FISHER RIATTAS.
Sing'e and Douh!o Rigged Saddles to Order.
Orders from a Distance Receive
Prompt Attention.
STAR RESTAURANT.
~Re Loa', ont.l.n
SAIRD BY DAY, WNE:.i OR €MONT9.
Table supplied with the best the mudk:t a.flJ:d'.
- TT.Ty_._ Wf-l. 7..,OO02, T-"
rt, AnL 2iENU .
w ture. .. l l 1 'Et - c t o;
in t : Ei:: s r ,-,ntll v T .. iib d the
I niio:i -!: .r.. de I n i s it t was e. n -
Si-ughes, i, t":- e f illow ig wortteei: I:
'"\'Lon Cal;pt. lugiilie.s dioveredi,
that its friids had co:,e to fight
he tc 'E aml ' "mph. eof
slic vds---lOth of 1.!D -, Il ,.!
--an:' roased as fart as pI.ýible to
the battle oround. 11e gt there in
time to ee tie fight ,c:ur as fol
. v.., un t not to ci:t;p iti, s was his
hope: ailt:l a111d liirr were each
to ,ire iwie or ti.::ie at one anoth
oil A\t t, w'cr of -coitnain.t for
the fir; t re: Iai; .iltun f iii:l a ' iurr
o :, lcon1:.r - i, :i:i 'g ,nrr- liuti at
t e second firing ;l.c'iioon fiored in
the air anld linr' shot Hamilton.
llaniioutI thio. it- L.r m .int i to
kill l:in pis lie ilntvit to kill Burr:
thercfr, I:t:,iltonh at ,ti firt t lhrin¾
aimnd t.!h, .ot J airr. Bur:, deitemi ig
that aion lton ;wou!di, o: cts., a:
the nlxt is0ot illo;ear!" a:ai c to!
Nhon of hiui, of eon ; ie ia d h:
t eties and shot l L.tinii.n i. :tin
ilton, not wi-hing to he outlo. byi
Burr. and presumin g that ieurr
would again makie niio i'irt ito nhl-l t
himt, fired his pistol of in the air.
This is the true history of the du i
fought by these two great then."
H, w- to ,eep fo.r H..h.
Never i gin a.journy untiln break.
fast lits -een enltcon.
evierlean witlt your bai k against
anything that is coll.
Never oisit regular b-atline for
unless the skin is in ictive condi
tion the cold wll ilnse the pre
and favor congestion ani d other dis
cases.
After exercise of any kind never
ride in an opin e nringý, r tier tici
.:-indow of a citr for a loitei , ; it is
dangerous to ht,e lth, or evin life.
When hoarse sp !ak a:; tittle as po -
sible until the he bl'sn,.,ss has disap.
pOe Il d. elSe 11:'!. vi loo I bi:hli e per i i
te tly i lu' st or lii a '.utit of th
thro0 t id pro" . i
p h e ,re ial to , c o o le r o :;e k e ,:,lp t h '
monutith clo.:,,l. So t:!at the :lip' bray
be warmlledl on its p g, ltrotgli
the nose ear it reaches the tings.
Merely warn) the back by the fir.
atndi nevI ,r rut:timue key'tin .; the
back l }:o:..ed ltb tic hlt t ":a.ýor it h ,
otherwise is M Lilitat~i.g.
Keep the back, -I.peei;?ly be tw¢.en
the shoulder 1bd,,*, well covered ;
also the chelt well protected. In
sleeping in a co'.l r ra ll c. lish
the habit of Lre-athinig thro loll tth
nose ahnd never thr'ou;gh tts: open
imouth.
V iive.· .
The principal "wat." arc within
and ininediiat.ly adjn::ent to tle
royal palace walls, writes a Moro,:
co c(iirreslponent. These wlls re
studded with small f'rts, and u n.lo -e
a 5(,:t .ri ·iu' r. in Ithe c. intirq 'of w rich
is situated the palace icsel'f- struc
tiue obininig Italian and Siam
ese rlchitectnre with very insli!er
ent results. It is a long. tieo-story
building; on the first floor are the
royal library, stored withii volumnt i
(bought u)rincip:ily on the system
-a yard of shell, a ;'rd f loos:) i
the audience chamber anl hi i Iniu
jesty's drawing roomIs; on the up
per floor, shut in byhv jalou.iOs, live
the queen, the favarate wives and aI
feLw children.
The king has over five hundrcd
gives and, strange as it may seem,
this people with many yearningsi
and ill-reg culated strivings after civ
ilization and culture, still cling to
Ihabits and customns which mu:lt
cripple all their etfrits at thi very
outset. flow can a nation rise
where poly:gaimy i. r lnpav:t, bhoi e
ivwoeiin are c.:r eluc::cd or t:1ight, 1
t!heir ore and on!y i," a ibcing to be-;
come a "'avorit"' wifi, while their]
greatest ambition (and the giddy
i hight to whichl, -al"::" oI too ,!1an-11,
elimb) is to be com:: a ;agie wif-
'- -a r'!i d 0.it t (: i
Then 'the 1ry burs diaon it4.
dresse= her clihidroien i gaudy ciiot..
and sits in h.r ' dravi:.g romn";
h0lling hi r book up i l-doi'in.
in'ily rclko ning up ihr slives
and fullyv heli\evig hIerc-'f to a
correct a:il inli.stinui1hable iop"
if her Eurnpean sister, the 5l'em n
f:arang.'
DRI.EAMY 3I. '.'I)'l:'. TlO.NS.;
Facetioes Pich itin,.;s. IMlrn Fill -
n: to 31.the I'."P,:y L..1u1.ht.
A lank sp.cim in i of lt e1i min
species liassdp I litth m in :ve:ie
yesterdla with an empty fi've allon
oil can attached to his rudd' r. TIhi
can was bulikier than the i(in, conl
seqnuent'ly tii pin-i brute draggedl
the tilwitrr along l:t a vr sl:ow
pace adl frequeiitly rested', ivwhe
hi.: gaze would rev''rt rearwards to
the craft h. h.li in tow and in
doubit wondering why it was so at
tached to him.
Now there is no sport in such a
proceeding an] the wretch wo
would be guilty of pserptrati ig a
cruel act like this, is surely palinl
through the ripening pr ,i.Cs fir t! e
tropical cliiie. It is not only ii
cruel, but a s.,nsilss trick and dis
plays the glaoring ignoranee of ?h:
lipratved c artist who would un!i,llli
ingly hitch a live 'tiilon can to s
:;e gallon dog.
Col. George lee, Davis, who has
arai nch on the crow rleservation near
Laurel, will soon he in tlhe midst
of a little Eden. Ve' glean foio a
letter sent by the Col. to a lied
Lodg'' friend That he has set out
twenty apple, lesids a numbier of
pltu i rind i-terry tlees, lie ao
has a choice lot of stlativherry
plants ready to eact out in in thei
sprilg.
TheCli ol. has lu'e several im
li'provenieint aind contenip!la's inak
ing greater Oines during the .ol
ing seisol. ilis hlay crop turneic
out well, havinhg sold his loose bly
to the amounit of one thousand dol
lias. while hlie Iihas a large q(iantidy
of old hay bialed and eady foir mllar
ket. lhe also writes that lhe has
reciveid a ptenteit fruii tle g'neral'l
overnfrl"llm1t for his large tract of
lanld. The Cuo. is quite a itild
character and eyis that difforel:;t
parties aie anlixiouls to give to tlhe
pullic a sketch of his ev-itfuil ca
ret'. As Ihe los inot coulrt ,.utei
ivy lie refuses to give the points
:' ii fo:.
The tio1. i to ie ',a'gritu:lated ol
hi? vi:n anti , rl''rai l r1t'l ties lne, oni
'iC'. in'ii i Ina u'.iul fa il li the: re s
terva'ti , whien is a just ri euke to
th1,. e who claim that squaw amen
lack a'ntrrprise and are indolent and
shifdnss maortiba at the best.
iviirNe:Ta I'i-iT.
The foillIoing miinig saleP have
been recorded during the past week:
1)avid Noble to Steward L. "Mor',
W. C. Thrall and C. A. Clark of St.
Paul, the Tre:.tell. Extms on,
Little (raite ,uartz lode, horn -ii
v r lode, .Ilyllo,ver, one third ,.f
the Gold I.e iu nd o:ie-half of the
llount:ain View claim in the New
W\orld district. Consideratio, i $2,000.
iDr. W.'l'.Collini has eoun awarded
the contract for for furishin the eoun
try potor with medicine iud medical I
attenlilallnt e d. iig thi,' Glntig year
for 1,2,)0.
The following r'ining deals hava
L.en filed with the. co'l,try ,-h-rk.
Thi.omicas McKeever to I. Ii. Norton
of St. Paul, three-cighths in the
"Ella" lode; consideration, $1,0'0,
I Thol' "s Mdeiever to W. C. Gordon
of `t. IPaul, o, e-eighth interest in
th'e "la" lode ; consideration $250.
.Major Geo. O. Eaton has I ode Icd
a lihe sixtlis interest in the Moun
;t.in Sheep and Grbaham quartz
lodes in the Sheepeater district.
This lode is o,'i;ed Iby Joseph
llrown, James Gourley, Neil Gillis
':i(d Charles I1. \Vymin. The bond
is for i2l4,0-00 and is dated Nov 21st
ian expires August 1st, 1St0.
LivisonSTuS: ENTEaPcuSE.
John T. Lily, one of Rid Lodge's
prosperous lusiness Ioen and well
known in this section of Park coun
ty, i: inl the city shaking hands with
friend.1.
A mining deed was filti with
(C.ity Clerk ):utsch this morning,
co::,e'ing from Mrs. Zo:na Frazee
:i n undivi;de one-cighth interest in'
the Concordia placer mciiong claimt
"a'' -,i i hthti itt-- at ,n thn So,;
- -- ---- .- :
IT, tt p ".; .,.r uni .i;:; cl :im . bP,:
plropirtits siiitittd in the Now W\or],
district. tt h a cunsidtr':ttion cf $(t'
A d,,al wi:.s m:ade y.st.rday, whr
by I . A. ('lark sold to A. T. Frent!
if tim _n, ar hIis transportation lit.,
etw ,,n lr nith i liot Springs an,
Cooke t it. This includes the lho t
-it. coaches. waions, way station
"ind everything ustd i'n the tram,
.iportaiit of fr ;liht. Mr. F:r- ,ia
also tInks the inail tintr-act t,
coeke from (Ma1tmo:h eI t siri
and will hecreaiter carrt iheo
ie tween these points.
Art e'es ofhincorporation were file-,
to-day in the county clerk'~ o: i
f the suiler K iing , iti .:ingsn
---i-tar to
*) u c I. I l" : or.,, , is ,:t .
:ol 3 \t'(',erthy, -Run a br ~whL
i tm,.s M. . r :In,; i.. .:.,. t'. . -n ,i
". lh,, h., J,,i:, L. Fn'\x. S unmm.
"hah.. w i: ,i ' i Ti,,.r :.n i _\Andrn,,
h-w - .t l T i... i.n'.,') '.t" .;e i::iI ,I
. . , . ,., y, h. u in l ( ,h ,
1, 111mum , Sit. Paul
':,t. n, t.,i otic of theicotnp a y wilt
ne i' L.ivingsto , vith a birun.n h of
rice in Stiltlwate., Minnesota.
Lil 'Ul A I iAtl& 1 AUTO Clillo :.
A rtd iet in TtitI 1i hlte Irou lItrs.-,
::ill II, it the ('n )p
Ne't i par,
(let. Carver. ithe Livingston me -
chant, who has 1 urge and varied it
tere:ts inl eiastern Montana, was in
the city on WTedit'sd:ay, says t..
Uozenan Chronicle, attending it
some mattcrs hibfre the court, whtn
he was asked byi a Chroniclt It"pre
sentative if the inltediate pro..-pet
for -t raodl to Cooke wais s god ,
"M,.t assuredly," rclpicl Mr. Car
vtr, "('oke will htav, a road front
the Nothern Paific matin line next,
stilettr inld no mistalike."
"Will it le I uilt frotm ina art?'"
"W !d, that question I tint uitpre
"The :ttlhcrn Pacilh,, however, i
in fi-vo o.i' tf o (li itint;hTF r" tite 1t
the ver'y good and suftlicient reatoti
I that it notw hais a hranch from the
re in line ii (the tlirecti.n t f the
'ark, which it na- :t ki e'p utIl ai
c',itl! ru.t tlh , fi^," a".,!ilimnal 1 .ih >
f r'cd th... t s ci lw ,ly s it no,
,p .: a . i th e 'in ',,: la r b ra n c h .
" If th e ro a d r'L i:, hy a :;y i t, . : , :.:
m it i- built via 'in aii :r, it it itt ,
inuprssi.,n that it will ie l ::e:t
tway of the S.tillwater. The rlhlt
at the head ofthe Stillwater at L.tl:i,
I AAbundance is one of the 'prettiesI ti
have ever seen and people h: v , :il
ready iaide looantion thtre it antit.
ipation of the road running, via' ilul
water. Lake Alunal;ntce is fit,;
mih s ftt nt the pA eset tinvstite o,
I -ke."
Mr. Carver further ad"lded that
considilra;ll of t he opposition ; hib,!
hadi confronted the Cinnabar routi
had been reuli,v!edl during the y:;ai
and it would not be nicessary t
make as hard a fight for t!c righ'
of way, but that a strong fight woul.
be made juet tb he amie.
The surveying orrp: is still at.
work onii the line to Cooke by th11
way of the Clark's Fork:, connectingl
at IRed Lodge with the Rocky Fork.
road. 'hlis prolpsed route has noi:
been abandoned, says Generic l M.rc.
ritt, chief engineer, and will not b,.
on arcc.unt of its ilmpracticaubilit:
It bogins to look as if the royd t
Cooke must go by Red Lodge, un.
less congress consents to the righi .
of-way, which is not at all likely as4
long as another route to Cooke i
deci:r rd is practicalle, which is' g
ing don: by tho.se who do not dclsi,
to see a railroa1l pass alon:g the Ior-.
ders of the park.
Mrs. Snodgrass, "I sie by a scier,
tific article in the Picket that water
contains a certain perc:etge of a'.
cohol. Aintitperfectly ,:im-arful."
Mr. Snodgras., "woiderful, Mrs.
Snodgrass, wonderful? why it's per
frctly awful. You can now acco.in.Bl
mily dear for rnmy straing conduet
the other night. With your a;s\ 2
an:e Ituci.:da, I wiil turn over 0
new leaf, shake off the dread incu
bus and I now swear by thte nelo
ory of your miother who is cnrinlg
to morrow for a prolonged holiday,
that I will only use the vile stij:
Sfor niediinc or bathing purpose::
and never under any circusustancc a
ihibjbe a drink of water straight,,
"Hear me swear."
1But Lucinda htad. lerhi3 hij . b,
fore

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