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a r . p. J. Brophy, who arrived than gilder U*t evening, give« the partie Jgof the stealing of live hones from JJJ, Wick«» Tuesday. Two bays wen 2*frou» Messrs. Kempsey 4 Mein ft bay buckskin from Mr. L'boM»; *n«l * buckritin and bay 5, |lr. K«« 1 *. Two parties Immedi 2»- started iu pursuit, one of which led »>y «beritt Easterly and the •berby Mr. Kempsey. The thieves ^traveling very rapidly at last ao ^ptsaud g*dng towards Dillon. The .fl^peete were favorable Ihr t o thieves overhauled by one of the parties 2lt to highly probable that such is ,be excitement, that short work will be ^ of the daring gang If they an ^pHired. Now let some one say we 2,*t need the vigilantes! ppnisat ion of the 8eoond National Bank. Fiom the Helena Herald we extract tbe following in reference to the organi jjjiou of the Second National Bank of that city: Tbe director» of the Second National ^nk.comptwed of R. S. Hamilton, D. &Wade« George Bnek, John Kinna, A E. Bunker, John B. Sanford, C. L. Vtvter, C. K. Cole, Cbrie. Kenek and j, a Edgerton, met Saturday and fitted the following gentlemen officers gtbebsnk: President, E. D. Edger tao; Vice-President, D. S. Wade; Cash ier. A. E. Bunker. Tbe Second National Bank will open hrbiainest» about July 13th, in the Aserbsch stone building on Main fUeK, two doors below Broadway. The talk bas a strong directory, the gentle U composing it being all substantial aad well known citisens of Helena and ddsity. It has monetary basking in few York and Min n esot a , and ought at M early day to build up a lucrative bo ssas in this growing city and the fast developing country tributary to it. COUNTY OOMMI8SIONBRS. At the meeting of the County Com •hdonere Unlay a complaint was pre dated against the laying out of a road ha the Bell mine to the Parrot tmel dr. Surveyors have already acted In Ihe matter and appraisers wereappoint rito.mess the damages. Also a petl tha was presented asking for a road test the crossing of Silver Bow cre ek via Baxter's ranch to strike the main naise ur Suprenant's aiaatia. Surveyors vue appointed to ley ont the road. Asother petition for a private rood tfanagh Vemosche's raneh to the tlm tor. Allowed and surveyors appointed. Ik Cotnmlmionera then adjourned. 9n.üamnd Word and Gee. W.Ir te, Esq., returned last evening hem er Lodge valley, where they have is for the purpose of making a settle nt with the ranchers along the line the Utah 4 Northern for right of ij. Nearly all the parties have been tolled, and with the few remaining ne to no doubt of a euttolhrtory agrée nt The grading to now done over If way to Deer Lodge, and m the wriest portion of the work to done, It practically two-thirds of the way to hphee. On amount of high water if will be retarded somewhat, but are U advancing rapidly. I* Deer Lodge on Monday the twen j-tve ranchers of Deer tedge *nd Yarm Spring valleys, of whom arrert •ration was made in the Mines, bod 'preliminary hearing before Pr obate hrige Emerson and were discharged, tore being no evidence against them. We learn upon good authority that toe whedule time tor the arrival of the Utah ano Northern trains drill be toaxged about the Airt and It to said tne toils, instead of arriving at 8:3* P- B,, > ▼*11 reach here at .9 a. m. • This change b contemplated on account of the In cveaie of speed on the Union PadAc. Charged* Witte Aaannltiwg Mia Write. The trial of David Morrison, wf Deer todge valley, who to chsrged with m teolting hte wife, to sot for trial on Fri next. Morris to now under •»* >er is without doubt the best nannfertured. Several mo* 1 ^ tin this eity hem Mf.>« Salt Lake agent, n, and the admirable hart___ r tills gentleman * r# ^ TW ^r' Un» number « J" rdedloaapMteof Vtoh.l*' Mtau. Mr. Hull leerftM ^ gentleman with *>»*■* *» Mr. Wm. Hl» loin town. Mr. A. B. 8pier from New York. arrived Mr. O. R. Allen,of Colorado, ls< bit to Butte. ▼toit to.Butte. ben'imM] * I ° W *' » rriT « d nepe several days since. Mr T y d I. . arrived in n..*t °* Warm Springs In Butte l»t evening. llr. Frank Beardon and Mr. J. H. Bean came up from Idaho last «fr L f b. Wade, wife and daogber came over from Deer Lodge yesterday. Msasts. W.T. Dunn and John O. Lea, painters, have dlsolved partnership. See notice elsewhere. Mr. F. F. Westtiavellng for the hard ware firm of Simmons 4 Co., St. fiiiii« •too gave us a call yesterday. Miss Elisa Fumy and Mbs E. F. Mc Cartney arrived on the Utah 4 North ern last night from Ogden. Mr. L. Lillis, representing the f rm °f J* W. DeMitt 4 Co., St. Joe, arrived here last evening and called at the Miner office. Mr. A. H. WdfA mining expert from Chieago, who has been examining some properties here, left for the East Tues day morning. Hon. J. C. Kerley who recently went to Ogden to meet bin steter, Mts. R. A. Bigelow, arrived in the city on fast evening's train. Mr. Wm. Lenant, a contractor of Gunnison, Colorado, arrived Sunday, and since which time he has taken one contract and to promised three more. Mr. Robert E. St reborn, well known in Montana, is in the Wood River coun try, and following up the mote of the Oregon Short Line. He will probably write op the country. Colonel Hooker, rep r e s enting the C. R. I. 4 P. R. R., Is In the city in the in terest of that road, bes des taking obser vations of mines in which he and hie friends are interested in this dtedrict. Mr. Isaac Dean, of upper Dear Lodge vallev, and of the firm of Norton 4 Dean, sheepmen, arrived In the city last evening Mr. Dean while here form erly was recognised as one of oar most prominent citisens. Mr. M. D. Hathaway, an old-timer, and taforably known all over Montana, lett yesterday for Tidal Wave district, Jefferson county, where hohes several valuable mining properties. The Mines sincerely hopes ha may «trike It rieh. Mr. P. J. Brophy, ote of oar mort prominent citisens, and of the Arm of Chary 4 Brophy, rrtbmed last evening from a week's visit to the Boulder Hot Spring* He looks nigged, and evident ly enjoyed hie trip. Tuesday evening quite a stir atsd on the platform at the depot ae the gJOpmmngor train same in, by the run ner of on# of Batts's Amt dass hotels, dlmbing upon and riding from the plat form, Lincoln, the Chieago runner for the depot hotel. Lincoln was badly licked but swears vengeanm against his adversary and there will probably be another squall to-night* Railroad Wan. A forty-team form of Mormons ftws Cache valley, Utah, commenced work on Friday last on a snhmntiart award ed by Memrsb Dunn AFyhrie, on the Spokane, twelve mile» «art of Helena, itete force tort ymrwm mnployed on the Utah 4 Northern extension, and are experienced railroad graders. Men and teams will beat work on the North ern PadAc till late next autumn. The grading contracts have new all ^en let Hf,H the ground covered from Helena mt to the crossing of the Missouri at Indian Creek, a distance of thirty odd miles. An excursion from Minneapolis omr the Northern PtodAe to the end of the Yellowstone division has been arranged fortbeaJtbinrt. Tickets for the round trip will besold for$W. The Northern PadAc will dnk thir teen artesian walla along Its line. Mormon, who Intend working on the Mlmd in »irt»in, it Mtaronln »■ great numbers. — »■■■»«■• Traek-Ujrl.f «■ ***• J > *Jf tension of tbe Utah 4 Northern will be . __ j». e | 5 ||| inst. gteo.th.l SM._____ t| , e two General Anderson sa^ ... ___ t «nds of the Northern PadAc will mort in Affuntana in 1088. Heseystheschenw ^ wortS to the center over the Utah 4 Nt^rn tow been doctored off. rht to Ib lb. «roe °f Fl *" k ÎÜT.ld not um .»«I w" <Hrob«ed. ibV*ooieditor «b. jJSi mè tbw ««« •* - F» There ww o^wtrauK whonlead guilty to using abnrtve ww W in tdm •■••il, » wees sg>> law im tort accounts hte body had n >t been re peXL, never will be. >ot Onr The Clarke's F« rk misera »re still ■ticking to their claims like s crab to a small boy's toe, a d grimly smile as they thiaa o. tlie glittering dust they will gather when the warm weather seta in. A man named John Hiner, recently from Deadwood, was drowned while attempting to erom the Yellowstone ia aekifl; » week ag > faul Weduesil ty. At as the Yellowstone seldom gives up its dead. The Josephine, on hdrdown trip from Bouton last week, had 180 seeks of po tatoes on board. Three cow boys were terrorising the dtisens ol Miles City tost week by Br ing »volley at the comet. They were arrested and each Aned $ 40 . Col. Ilges will anon take command of Fort Aseinnaboine. U. S. District Attorney Eastman is in Beuton. Among recent sales of cattle to one ef fected by Sands 4 Co. of 0110 head of beef steen, deliverable from their range on tbe Teton, Northern Montana, next Augurtat 034 per head. These cattle will be driven to the nearest shipping pdnt in the Ydiowstone valley and for warded ov r the Northern Pacific to Eastern markets. • The Billings Herald of the 1st says at about dx o'clock this evening Wm. Pres ton, who was formerly deputy sheriff of tote county, was met by a former part ner of hte, Daniel Leahy, who, present ing a Sharps ride, said, "Damm you if you put up thoswbum I will shoot you." Preston, realising Leahy meant what lie said, ea led out, "Dan, don't shoot !" crouched towards the ground an par tially shielded bimsrifbehin« cue of hte herders. When Preston stooped Leahy A red and Preston immediately fell with his head against tlie loge near the back door of Leahy's saloon, which abutted on tl.e corral. It was ascertained the hall had entered the upper third of tbe leg (at the thigh), passed Inwards and upwards, severed the femoral artery and torn through at the back. Surgical as sistance was of no avail, however, as the artery continued to gush out the life of the Injured man, and Ina few minutes life was extinct Tbe immediate cense of the shooting oms business disa it upon the dtesoiii tion of partnership. Mr. Preston leaves a wife, daughter of B. F. Donnen, Esq., of Kurtsville, to whom be was married last winter. Mnir City to lively. There to a go 4 deal of bad feeling in the Clark's Fork country at present, caused by millske jumidng. A six ty-th roe-pound piece of quarts from the Alameda mine, near Virginia City, to said to be* worth $700, which would give the ore a vaine of about $22, 01$ per ton. It was taken from tbs vein 180 feet from the surfeee. On Sunday tort $*000 in gold went south by express from Helena. Lmt Saturday H. R. Baker, of Hele na, sold the An# mare,Miss Ella, by In quirer, dam Matelte, by Australian, tu Con Kbore for $060. Billings Is without a port office but desires. The Ripon colony, numbering over 900 people, who am now In the Yellow stone valley will settle in section 20, on what to known as Valley creek. Billings to to have a street railway. Niae hundred shares of stock have already been taken. Billings Herald: A story te going the rounds to tbe effect that a party hired one of Mr. Preston's homes which he took dewn the valley for a short dis tance and sold, he then returned to Mr. rrastnn's establishment and procured another which he rode off, and has not been beard from since. This man most be a cool hand. on route to with a view to interestin lifted j hThnSên and tl»8butbir«* will p-tt and flnd a fer m0 re remunerative Ael<* in Montana, for mineral development ! î. ,»t i. MW ntM MU»« RiU of promise. J. Cook, Jr., of Phila 25-«* uûimndv. toraelv interested in 8. P. Young, for years general mana ger of the Ward milling and mining company of Wall street, New York, with headquarters at Parrel, Mexico, to in the cityVen route to Montana, looking uu investments. He will make a personal inspection of Üie faiaginnto, Barker, Butte, Clarke's Fork and Helena mines tbe capital be It is stated Hiiil^li^y torgelv interested In Clarke's Fork, and New York, Bnston and Phitodelpbia capital generally to being dirêeted to the new Eldorado. Mrry«MHg> ' » «d ypw of Jobs Gropp« o' «>. "Open." »bi« nonlM ipmUir rotprirod.rorfmloM ____. . ; b, aquiltlBC bror ob tb. aid« , lt off Tb«, troyfa. iro BMdteUlj .rMJed ihiroroiTro"f ! prot.Bttyto«*».'» whlf mSJUrn the long drswnslghs of perfect oonteni, i - —-- « —-uemml J 1 IMMENSE DISPLAY OF yw House Fumisihng Goods E. L. B0NNÈR & GO'S. CARPETS CARPETS ! Silk Brocatelle, Turkish Damask, Antique-Notinghani Curtain», Carpet Border, Rug», Mat» and Hussock», Wall- Paper and Decoration, WINDOW SHADES, POLES AND CORNICES. Our »Stock is the Finest Ever Shown, in Montana, our Price» Lower than any other house in the West. Only On&Price House in the City. and OPENING SPRING SALE Of Fine Dolmans, in Satin Sarah, Satin Rhadame and deLyon* Stylish Cashmere and Morte Wraps, Spring Jackets, Ulsters, in Latest Designs, at Lowest Prices, at sa H RS A BOY CE'S. Lovely new Satin de Lyon Surah and novelty co mb i n ati on Drrtres at New York retell prices. The largest and mort elegant stoek of ■uric-ap germante ever shown In Mon tana and suited to the wanta of the trade. A BOYCE, N. MNJKKY Si CO. v JUNCTION CITY,----------------IDAHO. DBY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GENTS' FUR NISHING GOODS, HARD WARE, QUEEN SW ARE, ETC., ETC L SPINNEY, V0. U XBAXV1T IRSV« ________ i*id *t umaiiarof •nflVri ag Ira g: fnr __MofMvfclrtor aiwS i r wMaki rams sa* tails to sais MIDDLE AOED MEM. itan sie many •.* thssas of thlrtv to swty a**—Jt aîe Qn fg^f finim ihffi miinsry MpM* ^"ir-sitgcuigyLB J. ■WM* b«. v sa ou —* —^ "* of Um i 'SLnSSES.^k istot. EDWnf B. WATEBBU&7, AUOTIONEER is «rrt Satins! Satin moires In stripes and brocade satin, D'Lyon and Surahs to elegant new colorings In all qualities at attract ive prices. Now open I Our apriag importations of foreign draw goods, comprising the folgert va riety of fkney and stylish AUwies in the city. Choice novelties in invteible cheeks, silk and wool plaids, stripes and wool mixtures. Plain febriee in serges, ahoodah, carn al hairs Amaaon cloths, heather mixt ures, 4c., MMBI_________ in the city at î » » » » -SHIPMENT OF GOODS! aXCBIVBD DAILY % i i nm biwert, Wyoming Street, H.J. Hoppe, - Prop WM SMP and BotUfld Bmr of tos flmrt »soi Ity Topft oo notnntly on p mupily loosstssMn. Too tro ts or PHrort« VHbHIw. OatalB «»O Bm. Hsras rt lkHy so jisl«** MoowlU» «ns Urawor rtiolnsat fff In lo suppllod wlUi ths WtmS, LIQUOB8 S GI0AMM, Hosiery and Hoves! Fkney hosiery in ombre colorings, em broidered lisle, open work and silk hose. Sara Bernhardt and tore book gloves In black, opera and straight shades* lace mitts., dec. Parasols In endtoas variety, compris* faring the totest spring novelties. New ruehing^ties and fkney neck wear, Rib bons, LseeSfCoreets,underwear for todies in toes and embroidery trimmed, Chem ise, Drawers, Gowns, and newest styles in Drawing Bacqocs, 4c. SAMOS A BOYCE. GRAND HOLIDAY PKHKANDDAHCE At Poplar Grove, JULY 2d, 3d and 4th, 1882, Under the snopleeo of Prof. Leford't Dancing School ▲ tall brass bond will be In mttendanee. ond diem stpnpulsrsekcUonowill be plsyrd. Refreshments will be served on the grounds. TICKETS, . 41 .BO. Wo Oldest loos Ms persons allowed g rounds _ J«**«* Vaiuble hoperty FOR SALE CHEAP. One half of Pie valuable Kenmeay F*a mg Claim...................::••••,•..... .'S Tb« Potoei Mining M«»Mi-«'l>uiiliig..... JA» Tue Nora Ml»lng Cl-tl ................. *£• The Fb invln Mini f CW" •••••v...... ÎÏ one Hon^airl Lot. Dnbllti gulrh....... 3M One Howie. Barn ami 1/1.1«< ......... Prof Ha-well* Hones.Wert quarts Three Lots lunar. ra*ÿ ..... ;"V/."-*-îîî-22 riv« I 4 »nt|n Pfisier ▲ L rgaftsdf*--- « to#3ta Mantle* Werebou-e anrt Lot Quartz si., near Main............................... »•• ÎJ? T»*e two l*»»t are guod bu. ines.- lucaile *»e and ** 725 » selling out a large steck oMlt»e«nler ■sound -hamt goods e' ear». One genuine Hlnger Honing Mnebl e, as gnml as new, « ly *3«. Sharp* rifles. Wt »-h s*er. rmboily a..J Borgs fbr sale. Musltjal liiNtrumenu. jeweli> and watches for aale chea t at J.Chsnvin's, Quarts street. Butte. M ontât A. 2Æ. EL ANS AYER. BUTTE, "ONT OFFICE* WEST PARK IT.