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LOCAL NEWS NUGGETS.
Look out for irairie Ares
Mal 0ms can lmsa , of a Ililding boomu.
O. W. Kelly returned fromn lUlinga last
GabriWal Dlwuahnt yamen throughb ton
Mrs. Dr. Rawn has been suferilng frnm a
severe sor thrMot.
EUlane Coal Oil at (Iroeoeck Poland's
The Plala restauranlt will serve a Clhickem
laper next Munday.
N. T. Diaan.;ure naket a specialty of
Travel on the Billings, BJnton A Malden
tage line, is ilproving rapidly.
How tlhei ttee waould nmjoy a dies ofdt
ila trpical weather we are ejoyiulg.
Patroniie ILwue enm'ery and induLtry land
drink hmollllig but Maleun Ilreaery beer.
Fur ient-l)welling Iuuse. Three ruamis
and Cellar. Enqujire ol 1.. IisLAtOSM.
The largest and ItAlsl ao.nietl of Bo tsI
and lheOm at N. T. l)io.*nure'. *
Mbl1s, (Grapes, Ales, Pl'ralhet, re..,
just rreivd.l at I. i;let' tlrult iorm.
Mr. Williaueioan tld lainllly, rmllioved to
Ilmir ranch on Cotlllawood creek, to-day.
Mrs. Frank Mills and chikldren Itll on
Monday'L coach. for theinr old hb,,e ihn
Mrs. L. llli ,,eir returnelI fromt (aitnalha
ta Maturday * vuiiig. alter an absence ol
The driver oul tl I'et 'ea.u:l repouts a!
deltraltive tllller tire thle weIal end tl
lie Slunowy riaage.
A good girl for gemIIal lotUMlework, will
ili e lllupoyltct ll y allling Oi Mrs. 1..
lartul loals ptirocullrale timl I'alace
rmstauriamt aimy howtm aly m mra lgt.
J. )i. Vrmiammm, mai the Amamci, ratur ied
ca tW Iny gest Ius. ' th blllan cani1, Owe
·r~y eyes lear
HI. W. Mailer, of 6't. .hlsaaasais. wa.. iii
t ,wii1 last l dndy mulii ii.aiii at pilaig st
tall at the Am, a .alla.ar.
.lRiaa.asber itat lin Pssltcive restsiiranlt
serves a cbiceuin diniHer as ..r2s ?"uunlsy.
P. taunde~r'p livery stabue lia s reni'ieil a
o W Coat 05 t..ail. whicgi reatlyn iyiiljrui'r.
oin to tle ci liaxatr tor Iilefiltit
Thea rollr aksring aiul. i ill bi. aauailet l
ini ahout ist tsaya.. l i aiua:. vitrpre."
fsac the. olptningi *tit~,.
t lltockurU en's oil I'..:t- atd uta,~ g
Lined IDuckt t'itLer. .&.. at! Iiiiusttuaure e
Two of our tlocal ap tlrt euugagel in a
nrgh-and-ltuaautle fglhi. tallulay last, hut
wre Sseparated tltl",fl u11 II goru weer ..til.
?X. T. itiasatanre aawh> i.a s a hiIl tltle alt
linted andi taiiiaian ,4:ruzi'a.Iuau Mu
iBkouknna' ant an iiia"tlaer alaE wthase
san. wedidist le'ara, englage.l iln alispalcel
faI Street flatit vtetar-las Na ,arnrests.
New btwflsl at liuitir+' it:laaia. a.alsi-titait
of Velvets, giblbona, I.aai., Wloaven, Courues. i
tCR., Nonan aa. ru.a. aaf Mil'frlet.
H. J. 5rother, msnager or the et inaain i
)iuang Co., rrtorntl froai Jliurelan caci.
Mr. Fltcher hias our th1an:iaa flir a liiu,
sleieawtin odfore frialun theit Il .r \'anl lolde.
A few totes like ssatuiI. woaalih! tharne the
-OanerS taiodpteieataqil richu.
Our enterprisaaun liveryai iin. itr. P. Panelaa
deata is baailditag an aaldtitliain tio tii. tIbra,
14380, whiacl, when alalaii.ll~Q, wit! il.
usiedl as san ullumsanl taaraias. & isatdlta rouial.
Piper Kedal":cg, Neal of Northa t'arolina.
ranity Fair, Durlaaa aaasd Mete Heard
Tobacco just received at H. W. ligiley'a.
Elegant tine of Iteatnlsg 1-ovaa jahnt ra'
claved at Iroetibeck t t'al ot's a. tity ine
NOW at a reasonasble, !arhe.
A gentleman bythla nataicaul lel.aazglaitta,
wIll, in all aruiebaily, be engaga-wl to
teach our winteriatriiaof wlia.at. i The Main
is now correspanding wiUth ittu.
California Raai aad iblue Flaaseli., and
Fanry Katd Unila wentr at N. T. tliasuare's
C. H. Williamsa' new Iactildiag tan Wons
Lana sgest is ralptly apiparoaclhing twof
elatoun Noatea sltreet, lanai of Main. wlli
"oola preasetal aslid !rout.
While at plaI b!et Tiasraiday. Mr. Ed.
L athro a' s little d a u g h ter, M a isel. fei liawt a afima
welt shot teas fat in ste~ia. itut it Latajig~ dry
nu thle tin.., its. chld wee eaaclaaa wtliatat
injury. other than a tew artuiar.
While In Chlago, ')ra.L. P eleassetr 1aur
which anr see etn route to Maidea. Waait1
eand se these goods beaare p'urchasuig else. a
where. They will hea.1 otl at tie. vary taoi.
.Anyonae wishinja iiu ltu.ru iuihl silt Ileats
!..are their orders alit .ru..t!ck a
Tb. $l',tt.tl Ihorse arrastre conmenced
o, rat ....e t;.ie ,eming and if everything
woir. wl1.. will .,ontinue indllaStely. A
lolr!.' It'tit. .I iairsr itrade ,re ia now
The .Magi.n cvoospan is dally espct
ler a pumpl, fr their well; when it arrives
the water supply will be greatly Magmented
and the umill workaed to its uost eapaety.
Maiden can't have a emirn hut we are go.
lug to have a roller rink. The Ilrt night
will surpams any irms performance on
earth. The fall of nan-and we might may.
wounman-will be literally portrayel.
Mel. Keith e in eharge of te O. P. C.
O. U. c. lothing atore during the absence of
X. T Dinsmore who is at White iulphur
'Springs. He warreant all clothing to wear
down to the buttonholes. Call and ee bhis.
The timbers for the bridge arrom the
Mulaaahell, at Lavina were received fraom
Billing on Saturday and the bridge wll
son he completed. The bridge at Round
a.p aees the same trstmas is being pushed
rapidly to completlion.
While returning from Maden,. last Sun
day one of the "boys in blue." who had
probably partaken too freely of l"taruatula
juice," was thrown from his horae, while
riding through MaIden glch. sustalining
painful though not merous injuories.
J. B. Pauleoner t Co.. bhae rented the
Landtusky stable and have opened out in
the livery business. At present, they have
only saddle borses, but will soon he equip
ped with wagons, Itaggle and sleighs.
Parties desrLing anything in their line
athould give the new nrm a trial.
While In New York. Mrs L. Iklasner,
made a purchase of the very latest amid nob
biest styles of Ladies' Hats, to be found an
the mearket. They have arrived, and Mrs.
B. is now reedy to meae the weats of her
nulmerous patrons. The air mse ahould
lose no time in examining her goods. a
LWeut. S. C. Robertson. of Fort Magnalns,
*who ha been on detached service at Ft.
Snelling for the last two msontihs yased
through atown, Friday, on his way to Buil.
fati creek wlwre he will join his company
which has been in iIursuit of Imndian borse
lion. Jaes ersa I .m, lies written a lettler
to the editor of the Billings (Giastte deny
ing, as charged by the editor of that Imper,
that he was the author of the law lamed at
the lat seslion oftbheterrltorial lehgislatmre
li,litihj ju-.etie:s fees to six dollars in any
We tleer,, tat lion. P. W. McAdow of
I:l1'hm wh, is part owner of the tpo)tted
l.rse lolide, le of the best propertles It
the minlng ditrit. tand for which one
hensedrel thousand dollar Ihas been offered
rand refu-il, .,leontrllem:lates LiakLingi Maidenl
his plerluelletll releeirce. The agoodi peolll
Iof Mallell will rive .Mr. Mer.dow a helarty
wei.lvite lshouol, lh.e.melude to cast his lsot
SOfl r John C4hran, of t$idne.y. ..N
baka. arrived in Maiadel, oun Friday even,
i. halling in charge a nun nilU ed I 'lrti.
whomb he arrested toar I'liaggrt. I'nrli
is wanted in Netraska to answer ito the
Schargele rattle ateulilng. Mr. t'.lhran left
with Inia prillner on Mnlllday lllrnilrgl
e.awl, lor lt illings, and froll tlhence wil
pIr, etvl to Neblraka.
. ,.r.. I -. t'. .nthrlp. I . I'.. Milliken. A
r-ugh l ll II. W'. Ili . ley. .4lt town tn
day well vuppliedI with gll.u, i nnll unition
and l ther 'upplia l. uually tarried by al
well rguilatll hltuittng Iartiel, tlo try theli
skiI anetng the small ,.atne, which Is now
\fry pilntlil'tl. They returnd Monday af
tltnoon it the het of .pirit-, and rep,uri
Iavinlg kiled fiftly-our hikeusll. t) ide
1duet,k. rabidts etc.
Mr. Itirge.t int· rms u+l that h le propme
to put up machinetry this fall to work the
ore of theliohlent Egle ltine, .situatedl In
the ('o.e Iutte dlistrict, of which he Ila one
of thle owners. .Mr. Ilrges itllende It
haul e.lmen o his ore to Maiden this week
I. test it by the procesl iht tIae here in olrder
that he luay have a better knowledge of
what kitnI ol marhinery will be the best
toll lture. lie lts aa large body of are on
Hereafter, the oeach rIunning betwee•n
Maiden and Uthta will run on little different
tiame. Leavilng here at 7 a. tma. the coaeh
will make l.utntea ranch for dinner, arriv
ing at UI't b.etweeu 4 and 5 in the after
tlooln. Rlcturniig. thle ioah will leave
iintmmediately after tile arrival of the cachlla
frota lientltLu ld Iillings, instead of wait
ing there 1,hr s'veral lhours after their die
Iartlure. TrI hie lhange t l..t e that iill be
greatly apreteiat.l by the traveling publici
adl the people of Mailt ili Ilartlielar.
Swl Gr PGar r ilme
a'harleh, Youn oalt Mai e Peidl'eutoll re
turtee, last Fridy flin tilhe Sw.t (iralle s
Hills. To ait AwaTre relporter. Mr. Yotung
appIears anlythitr hillt "stucllk" on the New
Eldo.,radlo. He r,esiderm it the greatest
.ilk yet discovered ain i oys there hi not a
gulels itl tihe vicinity ,o Malden but will
sholw mlore colors to the p.n. lie llthirk
that fully $10,015i worth of work Iha. been
.!-ne in sinking .hafts and running drainl
ditches. with uint jprecious little to shlow
ftr the outlay. Tintier for ruininig putrpo.
seetl ha to be trattslwartedl eight antd ten
wuilem. While water It not pltentifl, Mr.
Young thinks the ,uiply" iI suatllci ent for
the l demand that will tIe uiadle i len it.
TheI only thing that i. iba,ly needel is good
paying dlirt. lie woirked five days and Ihad
hlard work to prcduer a coltr. Fully forty
oten. are 44 tihe hills prospecting atid wait
inKl for omaethilng to turnl up. At present
thiey hate plenty of "grub,' lots of leilare
and brilliant exrlectatiun, butt Mr. Young
thinks that belfore winter etas in they will
b" alort ol lv:riirMt ti t but amn appetite and
a desire to get away froul the hills. A.utt
ixty htorses have belien tolen. from the
aminers In the hest ew weeks, which leaves.
la.y of theu without aela.s of tranaulr
",tii. 1Bth lndi.e an.]l white thieve'
htae een "getting theier work in " Frank
Mcl'artlii. Johlin Peek aid ]Pi'k lheun of
M htil 'e 4. are i en l .. H ill- . a niig for
t ;hb in 1 . tri- e Ir.i nt
LIAIIgIW AMi 1IIQIIT.
I rI. e, '.h1o startednt faOr the Sprinqr .u.t
i Sunday. to attendl outrt.
A trio of preachers with a private senre
tary. were prospecting here lese week or
town lots and money to builds a arsonge.
We are unable to say with what success.
Slossa of the young mne in the tow- and
vieinity have organized the Penpus Literary
Culb, and have ordered the leading reviews,
asmgasines and papers.
The ladies of Cottonwood are making an
aeort to secure the services of Mr. Vivian
to superintend the ebbath school at that
place. Tom is ladifferent and pleads in
On the afternoon of the Ith Int, a li
tie daughter of Mr. myrthe. had the mis.
fortune to fall fros a board on which she
was playing rneaw with a playmate, and
I bras her are. Id. Hase wa called and
set the njured menmber.
II ~- a- unm
Ci. C. Ray, formerly with Iennett Brea,
ea led and made a short stay. He is now
travelling for thre tIshandman.
A. It. iarrows will soon commence the
hnildingof a earn to accomndate T.C. Pow
er 'Co.'s stage aock. It will have stalls
for sixteeen horses and aapacton granary.
Messrs Tasker & Carter, eattle owners of
the Judith, paid us a visit last week.
B. T. Stevens and E. M lpear go to the
states this fall with St . Hobson's cattle.
Mesars. Pye, Edgar and Hopaine, who
have been associated in the sbeep business
at 'tics. went to Billings by private con
veyance. Mr. Edgar is accompanied by his
faalily and will spend the wilter in St.
S'hua. Severance. who has just returned
fren the east, when: he has been attending
to thie sle of his mnuttons, reportsn anor
1mus sas amoullint of sheep being shipped.
mluih Per Ugh
A ine, light Cutter. nearly new, for sale
cheap. at Fort Magilnin. Inquire at this
lnselutsei ae Partaeeshlp.
Notice is hereby given that the partner,
ship heretofore elint:isg between Warner &
Wtilnon. was mutually dissolved on iep.
tensher lst. My late partner: Mr. Wilson.
will collect all hills and settle all accounts
against the firm. I.. R. Wasxa.
Maiden. iept. 24th. Ins..
Thiejury in the I) Mores nmurder trial
retired at 2:.30 p.m. on tie Ilh i nst., and in
five minutes returned a verdiet of "not
guilty." But one vote was taken in the
julry mroom asi4 not on word was spokeln.
The jury was conllpuoed of tie leading busi
n, , t ,n of Biasmarck and the verdict Is re
gar.is.d as a just soise.
Wishing to clove out the foillowing goodsi
I will nell thelm at I.FJ. THAN AirAL
llue Fl~nnel and Cal lIInerP. Over O Ihirts.
It'ndershirt. •ill drawer.. of all kinds.
',credne. ''i,'i m and While Nhirts.
Itoio. iW,',len tlllt Fast(-% hmalf Hone.
N ck Tit'm. ml'arfuts anmii ~tullN'li.rs.
I'ainhri., Ien ato Silk lHandmlkerchiefs.
Jeweiry. Iao,'y Imod manm i Notiolns.
IE:ve'rything mIIIrked on new ite r and ini
plhin tigllreis. Coni)lll andl see for ymourselves.
C. Ilt*Ies :.itLLT.
Memteletg of teimmtslmem..
Notice in Iterchy given that the komrd of:
COmlltty ('otmllllllinnern will elek at the
Cmourt Hiloue, itn White Sulphur Spring.
"4. T., on
Meaday., sept. tilat, J.
for thle lpurctlse of corrtctingl tlie AmmeIm I
mn,,it Hlll, and for the trunrnction of tsuch
other builnessms maly proierly cilue beftre
Ihemll. Ily order of
TM lsmd d cumrI Cemmhismlus.
I.. lurrwoirr., Clerk.
IDited Seltenmmtr 10, I0,.
('.e.ty tlk ased Peer.
Notlce ia Iereby given that all bills will
lie rtjetted for the care and mainlltenance of
aliy sick or ~)nor aplying to the county for
relict. unlems :,otice i Intinmedliately mse to
the (Oltmaty Clerk. toKether with the aifida
vit of the Ivrson asking alistance front the
('ounty. stating il such adll avit the the le
of alllilcamnt'm reiience in the County,. anid
glviig such other information hearingl oil
lithe case, a may be desirable ior the lHlurd
of' (')lIIoty ('olntUisiuioers to have.
Ily order of
The lmed d curdy Casmasslmes.
L. RoTWirr. Clerk.
Iatel eptemnber to. Iw.
erw etIdltig )teere.
Sealed ,iropomls will te received at the
(ioulty (lerk's Ol atcr, at White nul)phtur
Slirings, 31. T., for the bniddng of a bridge
iver tclhminhl Creek. about twenty (20)
feet above the old emrmoing near C(hanber
lain's. The bridge to be a forty (40) fint
aimn. with five (.) stritger Strilgers to
ie no tum than twelve (12) inches. at irall I
eilds. with arched truss and iron romll of
,not le:- than It round iro.tl. Tolp of trus.
to be int iluethan ten (lii) feet above the'
flnring. Ends of stringers to rest on twi
ahutaments well illed with rock. The eaI-'
1iroachea anld coriluroyilg,. all to be lsisl.ed '
ii a gooll, workmlatlise mlannler. Work
Ito le accepted bhy Wstm. lierkin, County'
LIonmintteioner. Hids to be in by
etaboer 5. Iwe.
Hridge to be oltapleteil by I)ecetber lIt.
tIt,. For furtiher informatini. address,
Wiii. lerkin. ('omlnmiioler. Cotton<wood,
M, T. By order of
The limd C m r C.imumus. i'
I.. Rorwln'. Clerk.
uted Snitemniber to. 1i4M.
A PRiZE a,.r: Cepatmap. mcii
ga, s whick will Alip )ue to moIeR w. ;
magimi arway ba yatiaetl r ts wTea.
roid e t.Lr iwr Immi lm wsee tl e wolehe . me alaoiey
.urm. At i" cmtlm-TII'e. atI I'i.. Aiuim.aa. Mlaus
*S !eaed proposals for lb. buildizl
AL IAWr eIwn, will ber reived at the
Cou.t, Clark's 05(13. Whti ilielpiui
$,Ing., untl Uepbsmher 2at. 11M
Plan ·ad upeclieatoee coa be mom at T.
C. Power a bro.'s .for., Lewistown. amad at
the Count, Clerk's 03ce, White MulhJuiw
diiOI Buildlna to be couupa,4te by
November Nld, 1M6.
By orderof the
BMern d b.uu bmfluwg.
L 3OrWIrr. Clerk of BDord.
NL3A. - M@TABA.
Inanennanne Punatunre C., - Pvunu s
MLast Me" eblrenbrlet my pae Ins lb.
Teleq. Len"i a the (rpis, it is /M see"
et b. demleet puted eanleim lb. bite"
heM Ibebedel and Mleanpupl nees
hoft, Pee Veew. t616, "Oh fn Lien"..
I ma ntw a "Pe AnM (
ab Prepared to llII Orders for any and all
dead in your Orders and tkeu'r
-- AT -
International Hotel Bar i
Nrmul S llmr,. Prlep
- Vane lIne of -
CARD ROOers 1% (i.-EtS. .
-AIDIIN. - - MONTANA.
And Graded Bulls
For ale at a l rlirg , in.
M-- em k fuls at BAirets A Foars cCae.
1i Easnr Baooaas,
Lewistown, M. T.
rwo Illocks from Head of Mdain St
I'(Wtond Work at Fair Priave.
GIVE HBR A TRIAL!
Best Laundry in Town.
1Jf)I0(00 .x raamnra GIVEl AWAY. eed use
mi's r eal " si ag .n~sin. .4 h1 mail y.. eilla
et" rints paekaer of goV. ( lareer a
. (),OWj) tal that wiJ Haiar y. llt work tla Ia
till at oncet bring yu in raomy lster that aty
ilg ri In Asrri ca. All a"-at tea Lw.4 in
otrsl ia errk boa. Agent, waated etrvwmre.
.aiter eat . t all ya for anll tle lw, or astrt
mre oly. tA work ay at their =v hern.
'rte.. for il wrbte aLolullase rl. Ia,'t.
slay. f. ILLIT"r & 'o.. Partlbd. Mains.
N. T. Diu oe,
THE ONE PRICE C. O. D.
Cor. Main and Montana Sts.
New Goods and Latest Styles
N. T. DIMISMOR'L.
Chas. Lehma. & o.,
wher.a. I.A Retl in... s. t
... . . ............................. ýg*.. .* .
Girocerie. and Provision.s, Clu:oting and Dy A, 1 and e t' dr-:
nilhing l (Mud, Bed and Beddi, Ha, Caps, Boots and taea, alN
kinds of IrtuberGoods,CroeLryand lassaware, Hardware
and all kinds of
S --IRMIG taNIII uY-
Including Wagons, Threshing Machines, Self-Binders, ýoweu, Bases Ite.1
COOK AND HEATING STOVES. BUGGIES.
and all Kinds of Hardwood.
Tobaooos, OCigars, a fall tock of Drugs, Maedisins, Motions.
In fact Everything to be found in a Complete stock.
New Goods ! "W" invitg~ npetio" Low Prices !
Polite Attention. All Languages Soken. Orde Solicited
WhIeit. ma , R.tail Du.r to
Notions, Drugs, Jewelry, Clothing,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoe,
GENTS FURNISHING OODS,
FURNiTURE AID GARPErT,
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
- Best Brands of -
W(ines, Liquors, Beer, Ale, Oigars and B arneds.
All Kinds of
HAKIDWAREK.. (;IG.ASSVARE. LQUEENSWARE and WHOODENWARE
i 'All my goods are bought from I IKrlI hands and in large quantities. and
I propose to give c:ustomers the benefit of
Low Prices First-classGoods
Call and Examine my toek and uak Price.. tifdactioa Guarantmeed
H. W. HIGLEY,
Suooesor to Thompson b Bglegy,
(;enlms' Furnishing G;oods. Hlats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. New
,tnck Ju .t Re'eived.
Montana Foot of Main Street. - Malden