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~~___ _ _DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY,
Ite 3%liutcral .xgus
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'5 11..I ;tIE WI,:i..' v ¥
FlLLl & l o0AI, : Llilrs prnli-m
Ettred at Maiden P. O. as second class matter.
TERMS OF MiTll$i(RIPTI'IN :
It paid in Ialvane.)
O .T rear ...........-........................-- ....
MS a meaths ................ ... .....-...- I.
Thrc ssmontL .............. . . ..... ........... 1.0)
AFTER THIRTY DAYS:
(ie y w ..b ..................... ..............
ltixr matcS.. ....................... ..................... L
nThree r sm..e ............... *..... . ............ I..
AIDVERITISING I:LAT :
I tnch, ane isrlrtinM .......... ........... ......... 1I.5
I * mstb ............... - ...-..- 3I.t)
It lx " ....................................... . 1 5. r
I '" 5 year .................................. . 2tl.
Spreial rates given n- lar., lºs.i' and ,andingn
l.cal o aLes Ii rents per lile.
Special advertiernwllt.ll.+ ,a)a.b sle lry Il al
R. VON TOBEL, JR.,
Attorney at Law,
EI.WISTOWN, . . NONTANA.
a, I'. t'. t.Iard 1Ot11, I'ls of all an, y d,. hli
in Iti. Judiit, lIls in, itllh siltraclt ."f all tilinie
allell. e.rn . hal w ll y I ".
Wh,,l. , " teand 11 )t1 lv,. alera itl
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Blat- Beer, Cards and Bar Glasswvare,
MAIN STrrtlE'r', MAIIEN. I.T.'.
Mcunt!actrer of and Dea r in
Cigais, Tobacco, Pipes,
tIaglr msd I1Karetlr lieldera.
M|N 'lTFIE, . 11 .1IISEN.
M, in StreaLt next to N. T. oin sor·'s.
4"1 i5 D. lI' .1 .. IN, - 'r 'ri h r.
. .al N o hl Inst , t, 'ii ,.t X hid-le.i-.
1' i.It h,,.-t'r utisl (' ;,irs k< lpt in .
Maiden, - - Montana.
Feed and Sale Stable.
North Mnotani St., Maiden.
Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle
Animals and best
*ll-f y,,u wn! a va t a Scl',s bu¢isn.. wy, ws tral.
asille h.cr. or gooud .tSbling, iv~, ,. a .all.
P. Saunders, Prop,
O1 BIG SPRINGS CREEK.
RELIseoin, Mounvall: (7o., M. T.
HIas rwe."ntly Ienu 1t.in d u., in the rt r% In t .f .1)1h,
fur the aPrCeml atllli ol fil o the" a U tl a u.'lli . | lltll.
t;o0l) TAlILING FOiR I1TIIitsE
J a . unniei ol wu ilt the I:,e.
FRANK DAY, Prprietor.
D)rug', Pattent Ifltit'ist, ''Tilot .rti
eles. 11oouks, Etc.
PRESCRIPIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
tPharma'ey next door to .'tr~Iu sli"e.
:Ea:t Montantt St.. Mafiti,.n.
a. Cas be !Venaed Day er SIgei. ,
AlU kibd Free Beef. Pork. uttcn,.
Sausage I., Ak.
Main Street, - Maiden,
.t(P4hl.Frtr PmYtiP r.F.
F41 " >w aQ
7 w' O V co
" W A n
~ 0 ~ I0 .
.9 -1 m
W. H. CULVER,
1'tt I p tu i i=u..i
The Instaataawis Process Ewmployed.
Gallery 3 lh,.r. Ah.,,e Ar~tu.Oik~.
If a ttwl'w · Islbd it an fwf ofe lcila rh wich
ulrlu" u rl~null'rkr .
It zootn~uit tHv..y t.mpy ctaiviit thus Liu zitr
pits-, rkill nzJ wuon.y can pyrndcun
AIXý ` VAIL
Ts 2c hnaLATED
CXdr. : 4,. E ARS
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THE BF" ''PA! OILCAN""
asrc.~ tmd a iJ. JO%
i ; rtr I:...., r ., tree:-.~ FytJ!r
I tOEDIlALC i leunu LewE.
SRambig ehat Freom a kefng Ra sal a
TcLenoc, Olhio, Sept. 5th, 1883..
Rendiers of the Ael:cs who saw the
,otice of my escape from Constables
Mills and Washburn, at 'hlet, may bhe
anxious to know where I am, as well
as the hottle. The latter was left in
Ifillings for safety--it will be gathered
in on the return trip. All danger from
sn:lakes having been averted it was no
longer a necessity. I see by the paper
that the other horse-thief arrived s:afely
at White Sulphur Springs. I told him
I was in holpe he would,when we part
ed company, and after seeing Mills and
Washburn practicing on grouse with
their revolvers, I lhad no further anxi
ety for his welfare.
It is rather late feor me to remark on
mlly trip nast over the Northern Pacific,
but it had many pleasant features; in
fact, at thie tinme of the year, it is par.
ticillrly interesting owing to the large
ilnlebler of toulrists and distingulished
pieople on their way east from the Yel
lowatclle Palrk alld the Paciie coast.
Every train carries enthusiastic travel
ers who have visite and gazed upon
the wieill-rs of the ftr west. In our
.'sleeper wais an ilte.re'stiing group-the
mnames of soeime are n it striani' to Mon
leli:inas. There wa:n (Gen. Albert Pike,
fornmerly ofArkanisa libut now of Walh
ington ('ity, poet, author, high cmason,
tc. lie is i Irilliat conversTtional
i-tis and story teller. Gen. Pike is 71
ye.trs old. biut is still hale and hearty
cIicil aplarctilely golcI for ita umlber of
yeiars yet. lIt i a I.lrge Ilianl, deep
ichelted, witih i oaignilicent headi frnom
iwhich hcngs c lnumerouis silver curls that
extenicid Ibeyond his coilt collar. Ieh is
:i greit rea:lir lland tialker, and delightllt
in hiis nceerh-eaun pilpe which he can't
keep lit five minultes. 11i will use a
ox of liptelnt matchesi: ill trave.ling 00
mile-. 'liad en oiieir iicneeid bei liii thilk,
Itowever, a illiigly vol eieri.d to keep
tie pipe lit. What tihe old lian did lot
kiow ailotl " i ,previousi to or bflore the
war' aii d Ilicrimi thie waer wavs not worth
knl wilng. lie wias can hLi wihn in poli
ies, andl iiltlhough Li'orac il Malssaclhus
etis, lie casit his ft lti iic, with the dsouth
when tLi,i war irkll " Co illt, ellling theni 1a
IC-lhlent of A.\Lrka t-s. li knew every
Ileiticinicc anild -coltier of noitte north andii
southl. Hisi r'niii ieis es were highly
entertaiiinig. li, knew IHlenry Cliey
well. anid is half of his -eit ins shire.l
by a grala l-on oif the old coli onoliir,
the coris't-ation wacs cnever liickiin:
intercles. Lieutci. (liv, oif thliie regular
urnly, wac cnc his way to Ft. Leaven
wortlh from Ft. lE,lh. In the stcne
groupi was also Major Eakin, of regular
armmy, stationed in (Oregon. The nmajor
served all tihrough thel war. from the
tirinig iupoin Sumter, in which ihe coin
c lili iie l ba lttery. (' iIngressin, i
lirown, of I'Penesylvaiia, wias also on
iof courset we had l variety of the
human family atlong. There wai the
'"*.pider-legged duide'- a young doctor v
who iadle a cspciaty if "hyo ""stria and
femItalhe troubles,' a1l h1 11 lMeeIIed to
have glrat trouble" taking care of three
females. He had bItel to thi. p:irk, of,
cturs. 1h haul aloing with himi a;
Vinch.ite.r rifle. clhit gnt, revolvor
and u ilowi knife. ie pilrohIly di I
InOt kill atiytliit g tlr.g' than ti mi - :I
qogito, ai(thltgh ih. aito ti I all on hoari|d .
by tielling how hle killed lifteen out of
with his Winchiester. lt titik it flr
}grante that when they oappt d tlak
into their holes they jht-L laid diown
aind died. T'hey might iavre--,ti of I
Arrivinig at .lisieai olii. the itutr.
p1 li- , f tlii' IIt.r'linw -t,. with i t s l
UItiiol of 12.,#,1,44. w,' wjr." .lurpri.sId ait
the iiiarkiid clinge in one brief year. s
. itPaul will lhive to b ii co tent ii lt a
-.cold pl.o,'. T ,, "l'oat" l.'it w il ,1
Le.,aviig linaneiatli- at night the
".t iloriinig foui ui welli into thet
S. "l l l t ' o f 1 . vl,', I t - 1 ,it/" fo r i .r o - r
iii-ition, pork and poiilii,,. Everyt ni i
i n a politician in lon,. Them 'r yo1 n
ti d str ltr iht pr,,oi,, iini-t-,prothilbition- ,
r plblhlltan ri. , i - rl.:ms . lr enhaiketr a
it-i i-t ltt and d ieocrtt.il-. We tried to ti
tih, l :t pr"t i iti ili i- . trat billt w.sl :
to l ih a il a in , hi iii ,l beeiini the.
-l.te thirty- even %.;iii that i ii "trevlrr
-aw" hill ' t thin." lind wa forced t,, a
hb , on e . i nrch. T1 in repu,"lieIa - L.
, lltn " I.ntr.il am ,i fi a i or gor "r orl
,hib ,, *h.n, .rr:,t- i.:av, iuorinl t.,I *
i .oil 4:1 , H ,ii, 1 \ . 1lh l' ti
. 1 . 1 , i I l h . ..... . .it .
o-ee backern have fused on Whiting
whilethe republicans .and prohilition,
ist have apparently gone to work hInr
moniously for the elctnlion of Ianrralee,
hut there is liability of defection fRo,,
Times are dull in Iowa and price,.
low: egg, 81 cents per donetb: bIttlr,
10 oent per pound; oats, 20 cents Ip-r
bushel; wages, wheat fruit., rents, real
eastte, etc., all down to hard lpan
People seem to be in a Rip Van Win
kle leep. It requires a cyclone every
week or two to keep then. awake. (;.id
never does anything in vain. Iowe
gisul should be thankful.
Hlere in Ohio prices range shout tihe
same as in Iowa. I purchased ha:lf it
eck of pears last night tfor ln rents,
that would be worth 15 cents a piece
T'f' Tri-State fair opens here Mon
lay. It embraces a part of Ohio.
Michigan and Indiana. The displayd
promises to eclipse that of preceding
Imnadly and Foraker are the candi
dates for tile gublernatorial chair which
the former now occupies. Have not
felt of the public pulse, but it is safe to
ray that one or tile other will be elected.
Hop.ing to soon be on Montana soil
again, I remlnain,
Yours in secret,
J. M. V.
Helena has a Y. M. C. A.
The reception given Father Up
church, by the A. O. U. W., of Helena,
was g. grand success.
Road agent Jackson, languishes in
the Lewis .e Clarke county jail, in de
ault of F.S,oco bonds.
Slenry Meyer and J. WV. Johnson,
were found dead in their beds in
lutte, on the 6th inst.
The merchants of White Sulphur
Springs have agreed to close their
stores hereafter on Sunday.
"What is an opiun fiend ?" asks the
Helena Herald. A biped that is con
mnually stumbling up against a "joint."
Dr. Laurin, a young physician of
Iutte. took on overdose of morphine,
and came very near ):assing over the
Ciara l:chb.:r", the little girl that
:as so cruel:ly beaten by liher fther,
lear Helena, a few weeks an,, died
of her injuries.
II. C. Kessler has been app lilnte.i
'tIrasurer byn the Board of Colnulis.
iolners of Silver Bow county in place
uf \\Welch, resigned.
A ledge of serpentine marble 50 to
So feet wide and about 4.oo0 feet in
length, has been discoveredl in Vilpund
district, lieaserhead county.
A saw mill to have a capacity of
150,ooo feer per day, is being built at
the mouth of Big Illockfoot. The
mill will ie thle largest in the territory.
The gate receipts of the IHelena
air were $5,678.34, and the bar priv
ieges, pools, etc., almost t.ice that
lmount. Tae fair, for once, lhns h.dl
a prusperout scison.
Thiere is some talk of putting freilht
ing steamboats on the .Mlissourl rivet,
abvle Great Falls, for the purpose of
supplying Helena and other pJints,
with freight--wood and coal.
Helena's new court house will lbe
built over old placer shafts and dil hi,.
In ext avating for the foundation. a
shaft 2o-feet deep was (discovere 1. that
had beel sunk by 0. I. T'i t.ti in ';.
uu.tel Ford. of Siun River. :,t:rted
ill the tattle business in i .,t , itI
31 heid; has sold the yearly :nc,e. "-,
,o steers, shlied 450 head to JIau'ag',
la,t \%e-k aid has i.,"oo o(n his 1,"L4e.
J go ,1 sahuwing for 15 year la.ior.
lveliobly in this town wlh I,:d
:iu) nti~ionl of ging biroke. Iih it ,i
rce.ly done so dtrinig tiL i 'v',
stliiltglnt tiles, and we don't k i t.ts .,
anv tint are It.ft is ho are in the it
danter. tnicn , it be onle Of Lb.t t
Tom Roberts. who attemilpt to
rape a little ix )eair old chi;di l ii.
Cty, a little town a few miles :W!it\
(iendalc,. 1 .c:l.sely followed Iv a
miob t hlat the shcriif of lheat cilr a l
SitS his tt';tn himi frut thi j. I
a,! hii, ha A htnlii scrcte 1. t, atteii l
o tLil the ai\ncges, who ;re on t;.,
' Ihe t.l. i ter o unifi u . g ti.
41 tiids of the l'nited St ti I ri ,i ..
whil, !i . lr, 'jced, ilut lit L.u ,.
la. t )year., is now lolt tug comitlitl..
.and t!he ntiinIl-tll. are expi ct ! :,.
ie' t' . I .i c I.t lr " i ,l .'. ii I
',t, of "i . . .' ,l, Iui l i lt , l t.
t I i sil 0 .. .,..
S l . l i ... . l, .h , ..
National Park from vandalism, have
been taking advantage of their posi
tions and s.ystematically robbing the
piblic by arresting anl fiaing,. for
trivial and imaginary o*)e.ises, any
pcron whom they thought coual lie
workel. T'hey have gone the length
of their rope, however, and will now
have a hearing in court themselves.
BIshtp Dre-'rs App9ntren.
lishop Brewer's appointments from
date, are as follows:
White S. Springs, Sunday, Sept. 27.
Martinsdlale, Sunday, Oct. 4.
Ulbet, Frid vy, Oct. 9.
Cottonl t)ol, Sunday morn g.(Oct. r t.
lewistown. Sundry even'g, Oct. i i.
it. M.aginnis,Sunday morn'g,Oct. aS.
Maiden, Sunday evening, Oct. S.
Thei Coledwrs Oice.
Collector Fuller has called in from
his deputies tlhroughout Montana and
I labo all revenue stamps in their
hands andI his ottice is inow and has'
been for someltime in complete readi.
ness to be turned over to his successor.
The outgoing ofticer, expected to be
relieved not later than the 1st inst.,
and all his arrangements were made
to step out at that time. The delay
of transfer has been no small annoy
ance to him and his prayers are th'tt
there may be no farther hitch in re
leasing him on the day last promised,
Indians and Rsslrvatimn.
Rev. Geo. Comfort, who preached
in la~lren and Lewistown last Sun
day, in a letter to to the Avant Courier,
puts forth the following thoughts re
gardin: the Indians and the opening
of the reservations:
My impressions are very decided,
that now is the titme to begin a per
manent work for the good of these
Indians. First, estabhbh schools at
every poasible place among them.
Have lmenti n, teachers who ate rilac
tical, full of character and com
non sense. 'Tleach themll every practical
and useful thing first, then add motal
and religious, etc. Tl'eachers should
;be :aion.arllTIes, le'ara he:ir 1, wggr".
anI prove themselves true friends.
T'Iis can. aiwl shonli. he done, until
tilhe lli:ndin will come to trust in the
white roin, and desire to become like
himn. Theli government should at once
!lrow open to settlemllent all their res
creation west of the lig Hlorn river,
n.ikilng its center the line, titus leav
ing to the Indlians all they need, anl
atllrding a thou.sa.l homes to the
white titan. to enrich our territory. i
al tohl that this can be obtained
with proper tlilbrt on the part of our
The tile has comlc to, act. If these
land:s are not ols'iled to settlers, the
Indlians will t.,r a long time be ex
cluded from the benefit of contact
with that industry and true economy
which is so necessary for their welfare.
More than this, they need the cx
ample of the white man b.ftore them.
besides the benelits of these lands in
money to coolle to theml as it my , be
applied tor. I:ut tile ftat i'. if these
ln. ;are not thiro;wn openl it settle
ment, th.ey will ie leased by cattlemenl
-Iper;aps ouight to be. It is a bIurn
ing shame, now that the ailroad has.
colie, that a distance of a hunldred
or mnore miles atl mg it- trtck, on.,. of
the tii iest lertions of Moiialn s.houild
Ie tItii c,'xcludel I fruil settlilent, when
ilt ieeld cii by the Inlihals. Iet the
!ei..f. of Loth tall Iti: tlnl '. cll. o -
tin c o I'ic. :itlaak , aild petitioln
" :, ,ito t:l.- ti :i.;- ilitl . i1 .r
I 'ti i ; ....ili toi buth races .iin.
% 'T\ell%"u 1i Ii' (thon.lt:\. )onli't
0; of l this thi:,.4. ). CtiI/Cini oi
1I 111 - I.
" i,. r r ;centiy bu It at T stlo ,
..I ,I ro i t dnwe o14W1nse111l, 1,
144<t ,l ) ii.Ili4U.il l .u i' ?ll \ il1 I' , l .! 4 -
S)rt : 1 ei' .t " T r'i' . te:" i l ... lit I a
t ', i in FliIn i, i'll w4 ii Ii tlhe
nitI :. .ut prn pt) il l l:t:l to A.
\i, I, -l+ W r. I,,rliirly o. ..\l.ti en.
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' 'll ou i" lm , , ll. 10 !er
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ii _ • , ,.l I . - ,I 4 . -. 1 , it t 1 4 , . 1 , It
ir t' .e ,a m ot.
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1 l tilt, , . i " t . ..m i -' . t ,iI il."
1 in' !1 ,.10, ,1' t ..!!t 1\ t 1. t':, (1 m+il.'t,
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Gold and silver rofined bullion to
tqe amount of o70,ooo was received
last week by the First National Bank
of Ilelena from the Boston & Montana
Mining Company at Gloster, the re
sult of the works for the month of
as hmptmnt Mnai k.L
A letter has just been received from
Maiden which states that the War
Eagle and Alpine mines of the Maiden
district had been bonded by Denis
Ryan of St. Paul and T. C. Power of
Montana for a large amount. Fur
ther particulars are not given. These
properties are considered by com
petent experts as among the most
valuable in that district.
It is gratifying to hear that a season
of prosperity is to dawn for Maiden,
which has been languishing but hope
ful since the failure of the Collar mine.
Resi lents of that section have all along
been confident that the camp would
yet be the best in Montana, and the
bonding of these mines proves that
their confidence was not misplaced.
.Iow the editor of the River Press
got the notion into his head that the
Collar mine failed, we know not. The
oldki scheming Collar Mining & Im
lIrovement company went by the
boards through choice and to avoid
~3)ing its indebtedness. The then
Collar mine, now re-located as the
Skookum, is being worked by the
Skookum Mining & Milling Co., em
ploying a force of 30 miners. About
25 tons of silver-bearing ore is being
nined daily; some of it carrying as
high as $S,ooo to the ton. Please
bear in mind that the compvr, not
the mire, failed
A Oakela Llar C igae
'4' I1, 'eL. s, rearked a s*,ar-fai.ced, ,prle
Iweron l's Ikibg pIassenlger, "D'akb4tat In a
realt Country. I've juat comne froll there.
It' goin, g to twe a great faringi region. stand
thlre will bw gi)ol towns up there by tlhe
huntldtedals. That'sa lly businesa-starting
Ilew tlowllns. illing the last two yeare I've
Iall 1lat, inamed, atld started upl three new
tlwls. MloUty il it? I should ary so.
What dol its brinig? I don't sell. No sir;
hlaventL oldl a lot for ftaeen months,. hlive
ail aw:ay--every last one of 'emr. You can
Ihave the tillt, dea.l of a dozen right now if
'yon wantl ',lt. "o, air lee, the lan that
tries to sell tw, low ts in Dak.ata gats left."
"Hlow in the world can you lailke any
alllblaty hly gvitng away toawn lotsa? "
"Jlst as easy as rolling ont a log. There'rs
lbIt9), tlttl l'e .pl in Iils counltry lhtingry to
geat lh ll obf allytalitag they can gelt fr Intill
ing. They swallow town lots as if they
were b'ster. I .enld out a peck of deedis
ev,-ry wee.k toI eattern parties whit, have re.
:.li.ll to lily IlIIItu gratlonl circulars. The
ibts doala't cost I thell a centl, but they litstt
I'ay tile rbclrdilog fees. Myv on-it-law is
the rveorller. Thie sulrveyor'a chlarge.s Itmst
WI laid. Mly youngest son Il the surveyor.
l'lhat's jst a starte'r, yobl know, to Itutrel't
Il, iwntters it tlheir property, as it were.
That's wlhat we call the prepasrastory state.
Thenl'lll tal'.s the' bustine" part of thel trtan
sactionl. l.ea':.l illtnprovenellets Inlllt lbe
allealb', allal tia'b city cobutcl (that's tile, lily
stuns, san-iil-law atind two hired mblbin) levien
it ' .'iatl a, iaellt. Thile first thingl l isa
gra lig etreetb; thell cmluels sidaewalk; tllenl
s'ewer, aLa'I If' they bstald It we clalp lI a
few.ii'. :lat ti l, l-lst lof 'elii W t't sta tll it .
Ier laying oullt a tew I tialhundred dollars LIatr
graa.litg and .iliewalk the Illolast of e'll |tail
to whlack IIp. bif tisaurse the city treastlrer
a latsew take, t'Ioseesil undier the law
i'hly, shitt andtal at Itwo dollara anlid lifty
an tl ab r,', Iht' revorder' fee. alo')te
aikl, iaa ,Vtael, tll tle alecial aesseastal lts
a, -r,]lar talzbaa. 'Cal I l.;ve you a
.,,.L 1, lt.- -.I a: ' --- 'liit.iago Helald.
.At tha lbe'tilIg of the Mlotallia
'ihaliia- as h.a-l :at tlelenll, A ugut l.th,
I,,-., it as; tba Ilnll:liutIsly voted that
:la'h ,to' we1l hlad signed tihe' roIll ,of
Pioneetar- :uial e:ve'ry ione enltitletd s. t4o luI
4,1 , Lal I. i,'a -tdl tu furlislh the 'car
S"p ,ile, -, r, t.try,durilg theb.Ollning
: r. a Irlf --kt,'hl of their lives, far
tit.- lah Ii" " .e If ia.kilng up a "'l'ainbers-'
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