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HILUNU8. MONTANA. JAN. 17 1885. IN Time to dome. [Eben E. Rexford.] Tha Bowen era d.'&d that made a Slimmer splendor. Br tvajreklo nooks and on the sonny bill. And w.-tii regrets tae^o hearts of ours grow tender, As sometimes all hearts will. We loved the blossoms, for they helped ti brighten The lives so dark with wearying toil and car a, As hopes and dreams forever help to lighten The heavy loads we bear. How like the (lowers, whosa transient life is ended, The ho|«s and dream t are, that for one br ef hour, Hake the glad heart a garden bright anl splendid About lovj's latticed bower. One little hour of almost perfect pleasure, A foretaste of the happ.uoss to corn», Then sudden fro:t—the garden yieidj its treasur.*. And stands in sorrow, dumb. On, listen, heart! The flower may lose its gl ry Bcneat.i the touch of frost, but does not dK I i Spring it will repeat the old, sweet story O. Uoi's dear by and by. In heaven, if never hero, the hopes wo cher ih— The flowers of human lives we count as lo-t Will 1. ve again. Such boauty cannot perish ; And heaven bos no frost GREELEY'S LAST ARTICLE. Just Written After HI* Defeat and Before His Mind Broke Down. [From The New York Tribune, Nov. 7, 1873.] There has been no time until now, within the last twelve years, when Tne Tribune was not supp-KseJ to keep fer the benefit of the idle and incapable a sort of federal employ* ment agency, established to get places un lor the govemmant for tho e who were indis posed to work for their living. Any man ★ho ha 1 ever voted the Republican ticket believe 1 it was tho duty and the privilege Of tho editor of this pt.px to get him â place in the custom hon e, Every rai r.ose 1 politician wl o bad cheated at the can eus and fought at the polls looksd to the edi tor of The Tribune to tecuie his appoint mant as gauger or as army chaplain or as minister to France. Every campaign orator came u,!on us after the battle was over for a recommendation as secretary of the treasury or the loan of half a dollar. If one of our party had on interest pend ing in Washington, the editor of The Trib une was telegraphed i.i frantic haste to come to the capital, save this bill, crush that one, promote ouo obj jet or stop another. He was to be everybody's friend, with nothing to do but to take care of other folk's busine n, sign papers, write letters and ask favors for them, and get no thanks for either. Four fifths of these people were sent away with out what thsy wanted, on'y ta become straightway abusive enomios. It was the worry of life to try to gratify one demand in a dozNi for the other fifth. Tue man with two wooden legs congratulated himself that he could never bo troubled with cold foot. It is a sour jo of proud tati faction to us that office-seekers will keep aloof from a de feated candidate who has not influence enough at Washington or Albany to get a sweeper appointed under the sergoant-at arms, or a deputy sub-a sistant clerk into the paste-pot section of the folding-room. At Inst we shall be let alone to mind our own affairj and minige our own newspaper, without leing called adde every halt-hoar to help lazy people whom wa don't know, and to spend our strength to benefit people who don't deserve asidnn -e. At last we shall keep our offio clear of blatherskite; and political baggars and go about our daily work with the satisfaction of knowing that not the most ere lulou* of place-hunters will suspect us of having any credit with the appointing powers. That is one of the results of Tuesday's election for which we are ourselveijorofontid'y £"lîeî"L Wheat and Flour In England. (The London Miller.] Tbs abandonment of the wheat-growing industry in England would be one of the most momentous events of modem times, yet we seem to be within measurable distance of such an event Briefly, it may be said that the English farmers have for some time per ceived the desperate character of wheat growing, but that now they are perceiving : more—they are beginning to see their way out of wheat-growing. In Ireland wheat growing has gone down 25 per cent in a single year, and millers must face the chance of a similar decline in Great Britain. For millers th ; outlook is a serious one. So large a portion of American wheat is now sent us in tha form of flour, that an ex tensive dependence on the United States is a matter which English millers are gravely concerned to prevent From India we still receive wheat in an unmanufactured form, b it the large recipts of Australian flour com ing by the Suez canal have given us warn ing that the shipments of flour by vessel which mu <t pa'« through tho tropics is by no m« ans impossible. If Australian flour can reach ut cool and good, tho flour of any j other country may reach us i:i tho samo coa ditioa _ Wanted To Be Bon*. [Chicago Tribune.] It comes pretty hard on some servants to give up the.r position when they cau run things and settle down into the bumble posi tion of wive >. "Mary," said a lady to one such, recently, "have you come back to be a hired girl again! I thought jou left us to got marri od and have a h u e of your own." "Bo I <!i 1, mum." "Well, what have you eome back ter!'' "Well, you sea, mum, John's done party well, an' we kep' a hired girl, too, and a'm kind o' tire 1 av tho way of life. I thought I'd like to come back an' be boss agia ft r a while." Sarraitl«. [Chicago News.] He entered the coal office with a small market basket on his arm. "Give me a tm of coaL" "Yes, sir," replied the coal merchant, "where shall I send it?" "Ob, ju t put it iu this basket; I'll enrry it home myself." "But we bave a wagon right hero and can send it up at once." "No; I can carry the coa! easy enough, Lnt you might send the bill up in a wagon." A Good Suggestion. [Exchange.] A French druggist advocates the employ ment of cylindrical white bottles for medi cines to lit taken internally, and square colored bottles for those intended for external use The difference in shape will prevent a large number of the night accidents now so common among people who cannot, or will not, read a l abel. ____ Never Sober«*! Him a l'article. [Cor. Chicago Journal.] The foolish voting man who, on the night after the election, walked no less than fifty feet in crossing the broad way sidewalk, hi« c oar e zig-zagging front the doorway of a gorgeous y raggery to that of a cab which stood at tlio curb, was very drunk in leed. He wore an evening suit wbi.h, at his early outset had d< uLtless been neat and smooth; l.ut hours of carcusal Lad incapacitated him for tbe nice management of his toilet, an! bis clothes were nil awry. "Shay, Cabby," thickly raid to the driver the beiuddlcd fool, "I waixht t' sie p 'n Lour " Here be fell into tho vehicle and lay Lack iu the sea", "Go up'n down the sthreet ono hour, mind. Then rou-rou-rouso me," end bis voice faded away into slumber. The cabman tange 1 tbe door shut, peers 1 in at tl.e uucons aious passenger, 1. d the horse round the circle anl Lac.: to tho starting point ond opened the door again. "Hi—bi! wake up, «fr," he cried shaking th a man roughly ; "your hour's up. One dol lar, please." The inebriate tumble l mit, fumblingly I>aid an hour's fare lor two niinu'cj' riding «•• ! f ' r 'l - '..ered 'Che fruit crop ot too ecuutry k a. une tea lobe vrtilh il40i\V,PA). A Revival In Whaling. [Cincinnati Enquirer.] It may lie o' interest to the general publie to know that the whaling industry as fol lowed by our ancestors on the eastern const of the United States is undergoing a revival At the t ; «na of the revolutionary war the thing had been run into the ground, and tbo appt arance of a whale on the coast was a rarity ; they were completely driven away, and evar since then have not been followed, and the result is that they are coming baek again, and almost ever/ tea port on the coast bos a regular whaling outfit and boats and men ready for the appearance of the great game. Tne whale once so common on oui omet, and now reappearing, is the black whale, or the Bald ana Cisarctioa of natur alists. Their reappearance has attracted much at tention, and a number of large and Interest ing specimens have drift'd ashore cr been kill. d near New York Oue fine specimen was taken lately off Long Branch by a crew of whaler* that make their headquarters there, and tha animal was towed to New York harl<or. The black whale is one o* tha mo;t shajiely of the class. The specimen was about forty feet in leng'h, black; the head about one-third the entire length of the body, and the mttnzla enrioudy produced and extremely graceful in shone. Faith by Proxy. [New York Graphic.] "Ilello, old maul I'm glad to see yon out again. The last time I beard from you, you »ere pretty sick." -V, 3. I haven't been out before for over a year. 1 "What doctor did yon havoP "Half a dozen. The las one wes a preacher. He used ilv» faith-cure, and that brought mo out all right. ' "Faith-cure 1 Why, you nsed to be a regu lar infidel. Did you have any faith in it/'* "No, but the preacher had." The Sacred Flag. Queen Victoria has bad the sacred flag blessed by the mebdi and pro anted to her relegate;I to the attic because it was so dirty and smelled so badly. CITY BEER HALL ! WILLIAM F. EILERS, Proprietor. Fresh r eer Always on Tap. The Bar it Supplied with the Finest Winer, Liquors & Cigars Good L unch Can Always be Obtained. J. C. BOND BLACKSMITH AND WAGON "MAKER. Horse shoeing, Wagon Repairing, and all kinds of Blaeksmithing Promptly and Satisfactorily done. 27th Street North. II« «teller's Stom ach llittcr* is the article for you It srimulatrsthe fail ing diet pie*.invig orates the hotly and cheer* the mind. It enables the system to throw off the debilitating effects of undue fatigue, gives re newed visor to the organs of digestion arouse* the liver when inactive, re news .he jailed ap petite. and encour ages healthful re rose. Its ingre dients are safe,Mini it* credi ntia'H, — _ ^ which consist In the hearty enporsemnit of per* >n* of every daw of society, are most convincing. For sale by all Druggist* and Dealers generally. BITtÏRS Tell the children to ent out and save the comic silhouette pictures aa they appear from Irene to issue. They will be pleased with the collection. /C I This spas« is owned by B LACE WELL'S BULL. Of courre we mean the famous animal spreering on tbe label of every geuuiuo package of Black well's Bull Durham Kmoking Tobacco. Every dealer keeps this, the ISmoking Tobacco mad;;. None genuine without trade-mark of the Bull. iminimimimniFiiimam n ii^g ia Cures Cuts. Wounds, Bruises. Bites of In sects, Poisons, Kto. Is warranted to cure Burns ft Scalds with out leaving a Sear. Cures Fever Soros, Ulcers, Chilblains, Chaps and Chafes. (giwlisake (arbolisalre (Sjiwlisalve All Itching*and Irrt- /*> 1 "I, 1____ tarions or tho Skin | and Scalp, oured by ^WIA/liOUIIU For Sore and In- . 1_ «g^Ä®öoJisalFB Caution—Beware of Impositions. The wrapper on every package of the genuine Is Black and the betters Green. 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Good Active Agents wanted in Every Country in the World ô/iUra-S Victor Well Auger and Machine Co., JOHN TINKLER'S BULLETIN Of P opsrty for Sate. Ranch of 32-4 acres, 2 houses, largo barn, good Milch liuusi-, never filling spn-gs, 10 t ow*. 9 S earring calves, 9 2-yenr-olds, 1 Durham bull, 8 rood mares, 5 colts, 2 wagons. 6 harnesses, farm implements, chicken house and 20 chickens; 7 mile* from Hillings. Three hun Irert ami twenty acre ranch, flue land, 8 miles from Hilling*. One hundred and sixty acre land 7 miles • frem Billing* Three hundred and twenty ncr s choicest land , In the valley, 4 miles from Hillings. One hundred and sixty acres with the best im provemen's and farming tools. Everything goes, i One hundred and sixty acres near Park (Tty, ! flr*t-cluHB house, good burn never failing well of water, hewed log corral 250 feet square; farm-, ing implements, consisting oi reaper, mower, rake, wagon, plow, harness, etc.: 11 marcs, all young: 1 stallion, half Norman and hHlf Morgan, weight 1,500 pounds; 15 head of cattle, princi pally cow*; 5 hogs; 60 acres broken and sufficient seed for crops. One hundred and sixty acres land 9 miles from Hillings. Three choice lots in block 58 Hillings. Good milk ranch with flrst-c'ass improvements and never faring supply of water; 5 miles from Billings; very cheap. Two lots in block 120, east front on 27th street; one of ihe very best business locations in Hil lings, cl cap for rush. Very fine stock ranch on the Mn selscell, 160 acres fenced, some breaking, 2 good houses, good corrals: will be sold for co.it of improvements. Twenty lots in block 205: will be s Til altogeth er for les* tliHU cost. Lot and good log house, size of house, 20x10 in Hillings; cheap. House aud lot for sale on north side of track. Farms for rent adjoining Hillings, to desirublc tenants. A few very fine coal land chances; thickness, of vein from 6 to 14 feet. 'The great advantages which the town of Bil lings possesses, together with the new enter prise* to be commenced this spring, will pre clude the above properties from remaining long m th-market at t .eir present prices. For pur tlculars apply to JOHN TINKLER, Over Fenskc's Wholesale Store. Montana Arc.. BI LUNGS. MONT NA. Do You Know THAT LORILLA R D'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO with Red Tin Tag; Rose LcafFine Cut Chewing; Navy t rippings and Black Brown and Yellow Snuff's ire the best and cheapist, quality con sidered. $ 200,000 in present* given av ay Send u- 5 cents post- j age. and by mail you ! will get free a package ' of go ds of laigc vnlue, that will start you in work tint will at once bring you in money faster than anything else In America. All about the f2'0U00 in prcscuts with each box. Agents wanted everywhere, of eithc- sex of all ages, for all the time, or spar- time only, to work for us ai their own home*. Fortunes for all worker: ahsolntelv assured Don't delay. II. Hali.Ktt & Co.. Portland Maine. The Buyers' Guide !» issued Mardi an l Sept., each year; 224 pages, 8}xllJ inches, with over 3*300illustrations— a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale prices direct to consumers on all goods for Ç srsonal or family use. ells howto order, and gives exact cost of ev erythingyou use, drink, cat, wear, or have fun with. These invaluable hooks contain information cleaned from tho markets of tho world. \Ve will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of the postage—8 cents. Let us hear from you. % Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Ser * IW» Wafcaab Avcaue, Uhagg MX. $300 REWADft. We will paya reward of three hundred dollars for any In ormation that will le id to the arres am) conviction of any person or per»on*. who shall steal, brand or drive away any horses with our brand, viz; | J on left hip. No sale to be recognized unless brand is vented. Vent—same brand on left shoulder. Range—McDonald creek. SELIGMAN, BAILEY & KENNETT, FORT MAGINN1S. M. T. JOHN DTJPPIELT Brauii—Three inch cir-lewith dot in cente on left shoulder. Vent bar straight through P O.—Utica. Montana. JOHN SHOALES. Range- Musselshell. Horse Brand— ■ left shoulder as above. Cattle Brand same. Vent—Same on left thigh, l'ost fiee address—Martinsdale. Montana, HOSKINS & M cGIRL. t 1 Range—Crooi.cd »ltd Razor t tick Basin. Brand—A on It-f sfd-. Also acres* hams. •» Mark— Dewlap cut down Vent— on left loin. Ib r.'e brainL,-* e.n left ' -ldcr^*» Vent----- -- * 'honldcr'^ Vent, st-ire on su le reei-gif'zed tin os v.-nt.-t r. » — iluatn-y. M T. tbifib. '& Gtiiccgy an J ivlon.ana Li.edochCo. Bkand—T hree pointed star on :i'>s left side Range—H ull Muunt-ins and Musselshell IIomk Ranch—H alf Breed ereek. P. O. Address of r<>mpatiy — National Life Building. I^'-alb- street. Chicago 111 M. I. B. RICHMOND. Superintendent and Gen eral Manager. P. O. address. Billings, Montana, or Manchester. Iowa. W. HUNDLEY CO. o> •S3" 0,1 t ^ ,e °' vneT * same oil lef. sho'.ibler an<i jrj- on left shoulder. Vent bar straight tlir ugh. Fur mark—crop both curs. Ci.t—Dewlap up. Horse brand— JD- on left thigh. Vent—Bar or left shonl- er 1'. O.—Utica. Montana. Range—Judith. S- S. 2E3Z OBS ON. Brand— 12 on left riba. Vent—Same on lef shoulder reversed. I nr marks— «Top right eat split left. Also owner of braiul %# on left thigh. Ear marks the saine. P. O.— " Utica. Range—ludith. KC. SWEET. Bhank— (O I on right side. Cuts—Holes in each ear. Range—Judith Basin P 0 —Fayette Iowa. ___ SAM GARVIN, Owner. Ear mark, crop and under bit in right ear and crop oft' left ear. Horses, same brand as «'Ut. Range, Litth Timber and Duck creek. P. O. Melville. M. T. <3-. K- -WILSOÎT. Brand—T wo dots on right atm left hip. Young stock 1 svj key handle in brisket. Also own brand two dots on left 1; Ip. Uld stock have hanging dew Up. Horses branded two dots, one above the other, on left shoulder. P. 0.—Martinsdale. Montana. E. S. iUlf, Postomce, öiilmgs. Range Yellowstone I Also owner of brands 80 on left riba and 08 on left thigh Horses branded 80 m I.-,#* at>A«*MaV 1035 HARPER'S WEEKLY. xx.x/crjsTSfc.A/rziD. Harper's Wkkxi.v ha»now, for twenty year*, maiutaine its position ns the leading illus trât d weekly newspaper in America. With a constant increase of literary and artistic re sources, it Is able to offer for the ensuing year attractions unequalled by any previous vu]umc, embracing a capital illustrated serial story by W. E. 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PAPERS ON THE CIVIL WAR. The important feature of The Century Maga zine for the coming year—indet'd, perhaps the most important ever undertaken by the magazine —will be a seri- s of separate jiapers on the great battles of the War for the Union, written by gen eral officers high in command uoon both the Federal and ihe Confederate sides,—Gen. Grant, (who writes of Vicksburg. Shiloh and other ba - ties), ' encrais Longstreet, McClellan, Beaure gard, Kosecrans, Hill, Admiral Porter and others. The series opens in the November Century w ith a graphically illustrated article on THE BATTLE OF BULL RUN, written by ih? Confédérale general. G. T. Be n regard. Brief sketches.entitled "Recollections ol a Private " i*a|iers ehronielina sp< eial events, descriptions of various auxiliary branches of the service, e c.. will supplement the more im;or tant series by the 'Varions generals. A strict regard for accuracy will guide the preparation of the illustrations, for which The Century has at ils disposal a very large quantity of photographs, drawings. i>ortruits,maps, plans, etc., heretofore unused. The aim is to present in this series, not official report-, but command ing officers'a counts of their plans and opera tions,—interesting personal experiences, which will record leading events of the war, and pos stss. ut the same time, a historical value not easily to be ca'culuted. FICTION. In this line The Cenuuy will maintain it* pres tige. and furnish Ihe best stoii s by American writers that can be procured. In November begins A NEW NOVEL BY W. D. HOWELLS, author of "Venetian Days," "A Modern In stance," etc. This story dt als with the rise of an American business man. A novel by Henry James, a novellele by Grace Pciiio Litchfield, and short stories by "Uncle Remus," Frank R. Stockton. II. II. Boyeseu, T. A. 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