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Vol.XIII. No. 36.
LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, HONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1896.
Price10 Cents.
REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY.
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Treaaurer^^nrgi: \V. Oaat
Clerkand RecorderW. S. Perkins
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ClerkIJi-.lri^l CourtIt- A. Meagher
CountyAtt.irneyKrank K. Haattk
Aaaeaaorlalnea M. Croll
Surveyorlieorge M. Stafford
CoronerOr. Cliff UaaVaaj
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DAY^ KNUDSON,
FRANKE. SMITH,
Attorneyand Counselor
ATLAW,
LKWIMTOWM,MONTANA.
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cannotfail to meet the approval of all. We are determined to do the grocery business of Fergus County^and if quality of goods and popular prices are what the inhabitants want, we will accomplish our purpose.^Make out a list of your wants in this department and let us quote prices. This is all we ask.
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C0RT^ W0RDEN,
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Lewistown.Montana,
BurtonC. White,
Attorneyand Gounselor
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MolinePlows,
Harrowsand Seeders.
CHISOLM^NOT GUILTY
AcquittedAfter Seven Days Trial^Jury Out Twelve Hours.
TheDefense Greatly Strengthed Since the^KM Trial. Keport uf Other^Court l*ri^ceedinirs.
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MONTANA.
W.F. HANSON, M. D
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VVehave a larger stuck than UMial and will fUMT*^antee riy,ht prices. An examination of our implement*^iind prices will he mutually beneficial to both yoii ami
HOBENSACK^ SLOAN.
DR.S. B. STONE,
Oppotte Day Home Telephone Connection.
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JUDITHMERCANTILE COMPANY
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
GENERALMERCHANDISE
JudithLanding, Mont.^New Goods Just Received!
SpecialAttention Given to the Trade of Ranchand Stockmen
Tin-(rial uf Alrxamlcr ^'insulin for^(lif iiiiii-fi^-ruf RakcrtM(MMtMHBB|tm^tin- I'xt lttsivt- attt'iitiun uf tin- dixti-it t '^hmH fruin Tnt'Kiln.v nturiiiiiK uf lawt !^wtt'k nut il latf'l'iifstlay cvi'iiinji. last-i^iiiK Mm ilnys. As tin- ipwl mass uf :^t lie l-\itlfiifc was nut niatt'i'iall.v ^lif- |^ffffitt ffum that oft'rrcil tit the first ;^trial and t-xliaustivrly rapovtai in j^fjMM COlWMMI last N'uvfinbt'f. Rt^shall jfivt^ tfto tt;siintuit\' riitlt- RtMaV^tiuli oxrt'|^t WrhHW it ilf\i'lu|m'il new j^farts OV tlMVW WOT lijjht npun thf;^i-ansf uf ili'athuf 1 hr tltt-rastMl.
Thrunly nvw tcKtiinuny uf runst'-^qaeaee wbh-li tin- statt- uff^MT^l wan'^that uf T. I.. IMltll. w ho stated Unit^on t In- nioi iiin^ ^ if t lie dra t li of Soincrs^he int't ^ 'hisulin anil t lit- hittrr. in t hr^rottrsr of conversation, said that 1^^l^uli had sold thr ininr and if hr^tlun't srttIr with inr I'll kill him.^^ThrrrusH rxainination runsistrd uf ,^thr reading uf trKtimuny g|ff^ fcjjr^thr MUM witnrss tit thr first trifil^anil iittrtnptinK to lirrak thr rffrrt uf^tlM hittrr statrinrnts. lint without^appai'i-nt rrsttlt. SrM'ral minor^puinls in thr statr's casr writ'^st rrn^t hrnrd and Inn fur tfejB litter^braaklwj down uf thr rxprrt trsti-^niony jrixcti liy I Ir. .Munahan, thr^statr had prrsrntrd a much stroiiffrr^casr. Pr. Monahan trslitird niittrri-^ttlly ;ts hrforr, lint it wtiw rvidrnt as^soun its Attorney Ilnntoun lie^tm^Ihrcruss rxaminatiun that lie tvun^prepared to assail the weak points^and dest ruy the rffi-et uf trstiiiiuity,^w hich at I hr first trial w as thrhard-^rsl lilt' ilt'li iiKi' liittl hi I'limliiil. With^Dr. Llndsry at his side the ,'l t I oitiev^quoted authorities which contra^^dicted thr witnrss and asked i|ues-^liuns whieh cut aim led l he w itness su^t ha I t he hit ter wascumpellrd In wit h-^dtaw several statements and the^datnafiiliK ,'f^,-^'t uf the ev idence was^coinnletelv Harried
Thedefense offered considerable^new lest imuliy. st relict lieninn their^enrar lit every point and evincing^much study and laliur on the part uf^the attorneys, imperially Ml*. Hun-^toon. Thr trstiniotiv of llrs. I.ind^sry and Slune contradicted l^rs^Monahan and l.on^ and stilislan-^tiiiteil the theory uf the defense,^.lames I'isher. Xichuls, ami Thomas^Merryllehl, who were inetuliers uf t |,e^mi-oner's jury ami had exaininrd the^mine at tlietiineof the ilti|Uest, lMa^]^lilied that they had examined the^mine mi the ^7th inst, and that Ihe^shaft had been MWMMPMl with since^Ihe fnriner tlate. That tit the imptest^blast hule about
LEWISTOWN.
MONTANA
W.H. CULVER,
Photographer!
MailOrders Given Prompt Attention.
CHARLESC. LONG,
' I offering; corroborative evidence and^(he state calling a few experienced^millers tn testify, in rebuttal, as In^the effect of different kinds of powder^w hen discharged under cei laincondi-^t h his.
Ihearguments be^an a bunt:'. p. lit..^Mr. Ubrl npeniiiK f^^r the defense and^Mr. \'nn Tohel for the prosit tttion.^The addresses were in both instances^st router t lian t huse delivercd l^y the^same ^entlenien at the former trial^and treated the testimony exhaus^^tively from the different standpoints.^All*. Curt made a strong appeal tn^the sentiment uf the jurymen. The^furre uf Mr. Vnn Tubel's wnsev idently^worrisome to the atturneys for the^defense as they interriipte^l tilt'^speaker frei|iiently until l-eprinninded^by the court. At the evening iwmilon^Mr. 11 ti 1111 it ni closed for the the pris^^oner and ^'utility Attorney Smith for^| the Ktate. the court room being^i crowded to its iitmoHt capacity.^I The fnriner did nut indulge in orn-^j tory but made a distinctively argu^^mentative address, dwelling particu^^larly on Um breaking; down uf the^medical witness. Dr. Monahan, and^attacking the reliability of witnesHes^for the state. T. I.. Ittirke coining in^j for a most severe roast in); Mr.^Smith made an excellent address,^much more forcible thail at the first^trial, and undoubtedly influenced the^i jury to a considerable extent. The^'long chain of, strong circumstantial^evidence was linked and the good^character of the state's witness'h^iinpressed upon the jury. A long rc-^i view of the testimony ami an apjieul^for justice on behalf of the silent^wit ness concluded t he chhc.^j Tin- charge wus much the same um^at the former trial mid gave every^i possible advantage to the prisoner^which law anil justice could allow,^j The Jury was instructed that they^cutihl tlml the prisoner guilty of^murder in the first or second degree,^1 the following being the definition of^I the two degrees as laid down by the^court': ^If all four of the ingredients^! of willfulness, premeditation, delib^^eration ami malice aforethought^'exists, it is murder in the lirst degree;^but if any of them be want ing except^malice aforethought, it is murder in^the second degree.
TtMjWyretired at !^:1^^ p. in. ami^after an all night sesssion brought in^a verdict of ^not guilty^ at !l::w^ a.^in. Wednesday. The several ballots^resulted as follows:
als,grand larceny. IMead guilty to^|m-tit larceny and sentenced to six^mont lis I m prison men t.
Instateof Francis ^'. Kussell. distri^^bution of estate decreed ami admini-^I rator discharged.
Stateof Montana vs. Win. Foster,^grand larceny. (Two cases.) No in^^formation has been or will be tiled.
Inall cases on the docket wherein^the Aminon-Stivers Mining Co. are a^party I'igott ^ Veazeyof Crcat Falls^well- substituted lor A. if. Shores as^cou nsel.
Wednesdaymorning wnsconsiiinetl^in hearing arguments on demurrers.
Naturalized:0. H. Longman. Isa^^bel! Hill. .1. I.. Sullivan, Kmos Nor-^Nornian. Klzear I'aul, Xels Carl Nel-^sen.
TheHouse Conferees Recede.
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IIIdischarging the jury the court^said ttutt while the cntte wan one^which should have been prosecuted^ami the state's attorneys had done^well, he had always held a reason-^able doubt us to the guilt ot tin- ac^^cused and believiil that the jury had^done their duty. Chisoliu thanked^1 lie jury men with much filling
Washixotox,March 'Jti.^The con^^ferees on tin- Cuban resolution have^agreed to accept the resolutions as^passed by the senate.
Thehouse conferees were reluctant^to relinquish the resolutions pre^^pared by their committi'e, but the^plain alterative was presented to^l hem of the senate or no resolutions.^TINS were informed by the senate^confeii-es that the only course out of^t he difference was one which would^shut off the senate from moredebate.^They were told that Senator Hale^had served notice that if theipiestion^was brought forward again in the^senate. It would be debated to the^end of the session, if m-cessary, by^the opponents of recognition to the^insurgents. Thesennteconfeit'es also^said they believed filibusteringtaM*tica^would be resorted to in the senate^to suppress action, if any opportun^^ity for their exercise wus given.
TheserepiTscntations prevailed^upon the representative of the house^to accept the senate declaration, i VT^^The first sivtinn uf the resolutions^was acceptable to them from the^start, but thesecund. uf which Sena^^tor Cameron is the author, seemed^to them entirely impracticable of^exivution.
I'mlerthe arrangement, the senate^MMWM will report the agreement^to the senate and the question will^he closed, so far as concerns that^body. The house confei'ees will re^^port to the house a recommendation^that it accept the senate nvobitions,^and the house will vote upon t he^ratilicalioti of tl^e report. Chairman^Hitt now ex|iects to make a it-pori^tomorrow.
Highestof all in Leavening Power.^Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABMLUTELYPURE
SHEWENT TO CHURCH.
TheName of the Man She Came to Missoula^to Meet and Live With.
AKIZONAAND NEW MEXICO.
Manufacturerand Dealei in
LBWISTOWlt.
MONTANA.
CHALLENS
CONTRACT
AND
ORDER
RECORD.
ftUHMI,printed Mi indexed^KB ^d!l^S tn enter terms Mai^ataka ^^f AUVKKTISlNIi nn.l^other rontnicts; .duo, for or^^ders. laaairiM ^nil replies t^^ayateiiiutixe work. Require^the least possible writin^^^can lie instantly referred to^^SAVK TIME, labor, momrj^Worth ni.mv times cost.
WalterW. ^Jcora;e. Publisher.^6 Barclay, St., N. V.
Lumiber.LatbSliiiig'les
ALarge Stock of Material on Hand
MILL-- -On Middle Fork of Beaver Creek, 4 Miles South of Barr Smith's Ranch
P.O. Address,
LEWISTOWN,MONTANA.
theyhad noted a
sixinches deep in the ledge of ns-k^at the foot of the shaft, which hole^appeared Ml though a preuiattire dis^^charge had issued t herefrom and t hat^the collarof the hole had been chipped^off by t hat discharge. That at their^last examination they noted that^where this blast hole was situated^tt slab of roi k. fifteen inches long,^six inches wide anil five inches deep,^had SMI removed and at that time^no such hole w as to be found. They^also testified that the blood which^they hud sivn on the face of the shaft^at tlietiineof the inquest, had been^scraped off. The two former of these^witnesses were stibpu'imeil for the^first trial, but. Is-ing on the Missouri^river, did not arrive until too late^to ti-stify. The cross examination' McKeiirie. debt.^MM to shake the tcstiinoiiv al-. Ueo. V. Ix-wis
Afterthe retirement of the jury lute^Tuesday evening the calendar was^railed ami the following cases set tor^t rial or dismissed:
IraWoolsey vs. W. F. IJansou, and^S. II. Stone, damages. ^Sot for today.
S.S. Hudson vs. Frank Fj'Wjs. Con^^tinued.
JohnShea, vs. Amnion-Stlvern^Mining Co., deht. Continued.
A.M. Holter Hardware Co. vs.^A m ni ori-Stiver*. Mining Co., debt.^Continued.
FirstNational Itauk of fireat Falls^vs. Fergus County, damages. Con^^tinued.
II.\V. 1 lutein an vs. H. C. Jolly,^debt. Default entered.
Hankof Fergus County vs. Jos.^Continued,^vs. Wm. V. Lewis.
Hills Admitting Them to be Considered Next^Week.
Washington,March 'X.^Thestate-^hood bills for the admission of the^territories of Arizona ami New Mex^^ico will be again passed upon by the^House committee on Territoriea at^the meeting next Thursday Today^the committee decided, without any^formal vote, to take the hills mi next^week ami vote upon them the second^time.
|tis claimed by the advocnti-s of^statehood that two committeemen^who voted against the report^^ing of the bills, have come to the^opinion the best plan will be to lay^them Is'fore the house and let the^whole house take the responsibility^of passing or rejecting them. This^course has ls^en advis-ated by some^of the party leaders in the house.
A-UKInle) Club.
(Missoulifl.il.)^Mi's. .I. Irving of Ilruinmond came^to Missoula yi-sterday on the West^bound train. She came on a sad^mission^to rescue her daughter from^an infatuation out of which no good^could come, her love for a man who^induced her to leave her home, if re.^ports lie true.
Theerring daughter has been^living in Missoula for several^weeks as the wife of Kd. Church, a^gambler Church is a gentlemanly^upiienring fellow and when he came^to Missoula witlt plenty of money,^go oil clothes and a good looking girl^whom he introduced as his wife, he^was immediately taken into the^politest of polite ciivles of a certain^circular kind of circle. At dances Mr.^and Mrs. Church charmed dy their^grace of motion, pleased dy their^quiet tastes and manners. Mr.^Church came first and his wifcshortl.v^afterwards.
'1hey took rooms on Main street^ami were circiiins|tect in dehavior.^Mr. Church gaindleil. drank moder^^ately, and made himself generally^agreeable to all he met. Mr. and^Church were in a fair way to^MMSSM pillars of excellence, and (s'r-^haps would have done so had not^Mrs. Irving made her ap|s*arance in^search of her wayward daughter^Alta who ran away from her home^at Drumuioiid, follow ill her lover^here and assumed intimate relational^with liiin, it is alleged.
Mrs.church, or Alta Irving, as^she really is, shortly after her arrival^here wrote ami told her mother that^she was working at a restaurant in^Missoula ami doing well. She even^paid her mother a visit in order to^show her some tine clot lies she had.
Somehow,the mother was never^satisfied with her daughter's stories,^ami set inquiry afoot w hich soon^succeeihil in running down thetrut li.^Alts was living in Missoula as Mrs.^Church. The mot her knew no mar^^riage had taken place so she came^after Alta and found her. When her^mother came up Main street yester^^day afternoon looking for the hliK-k^in which her daughter was living,^the daughter had her head out of the^window anil saw her without being^seen. She lieeaine alarmed and sent^forKd. but someone warned him ami^he tailed to materialize, in fact, he^kept very much in the rear.
Mrs.Irving found her daughter.^There was an affecting im-cting.^The foolish girl consented to go^home with her mother ami will leave^today. Mrs. Irving is a kind look^^ing old woman and it is said used^nothing but the gentlest language in^talking to her child, who is not a^bad girl by any means, but foolish,^as such girls are^attracted by the^tinsel of flattery, the brass of pre^^sumption and the display of a few^dollars, which mean so much to a^poor girl. Church is still in Mis^^soula.
HorseMeat Factory Closed.
Thehorse meat factory at Cort^^land. Oregon, is reported to have^abandoned the dnsiness. The tirin.^which operated under the name of^the Western Packing company, and^has deen in oix-nitioii six months,^found a market I'm- pickled hnrse-^flesh in Antwerp, anil had slaugh^^tered about 7.INNI animals: but some^Chicago packers who sent to the^same market shipped a lot of flesh^from diseased horses. The Itelgian^government found it out and closed^the country against American horse^meat on tin-lirst of this month. As^.a result the Cortland company has^had to close its adattoir. as the re^^ceipt from bones, blood and waste^meat for fertilizer and from the sale^of hides, tails, etc.. w ouhl not dalance^t he cost of horses and slanghter.
Agreat many ueople are influenced^by what others do. and that is one^of the reasons why so many take^Simmons Liver Kegulator. ^I was^suffering greatly from chills and^fever and the more quinine I took^the worse I felt. I was told of Sim^^mons Liver Kegiilater. by a friend in^Arkansas, ami I didn't in-cd to take^much of it before I was entirely re^^lieved.^^ I'.yron I'.radley. Tallahas-^si-e. Flu.
Duringthe winter of IMSW, F. M.^Martin, of Long Uearh. WM Va..^contracted a se\ere cold w hich left^hiui with a cough. In s|s'aking of^how lie cured il he says: ^I used^several kinds of cough syrup hut^found no relief until I bought a bot^^tle of Chamberlain's Cough Kemed.v .^which relieved me almost instantly,^and in a short time brought about^il complete cure.^ When troubled^with a rough or cold use this reined.v^and you will not Iind it mi-essary to^try several kinds before you get re^^lief, it has been in the market for^over twenty years and constantly^gmwn in fnvnr and popularity .^For sale at % anil .^si cents per bottle^by C. F. Little, druggist.
SIMMONS
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thoughwitness*-* for the promvution^contradicted the statement in toto.^The visit of the jury to the mine,^though moved by the prosivution. is^said to have he)|^cd the defense.
Tuesdaymorning the taking of^testimony wus routined, the defenae
debt. Con tin lied as settled.
Geo.V. I^ewis, executor, vs. Win. \.^I^ewis, debt. Dismissed as nettled.
Hobensack^ Sloan vs. J. D Waite,^sheriff, damages 'Laken under ad^^visement .
Stateof Montana vs. Kd ward Koy-
Dknvkii.March 2K.^A McKinley^club was formed in this city laat^night, with T.'i members, and with^Neil I^ennison. son of Ohio's great^war governor, as its president.
THE
SPRINGMEDICINE
isSimmons Liver Regulator^dont
forgetto take it. The Liver gets sluggisl-^during the Winter, just like all nature,^and the svstetn beiomes choked up by^the accumulated waste, which brings ore^Malaiia, Fever and Ague and Rheuma^^tism. You want to wake up your Liver^now, but be sure vou take SIMMONS^Liver regulator to do it. It also^regulates the Liver^keeps it properly at^work, when your svstem will be free from^poison and the whole body invigorated.
YougetTIIKBKST BIAX^I^when^your svstem is in Al condition, and that^will only be when the Liver is kept active.^Liver Remedy once and note the
Drivethe crooks from the city or^to thegallows,^ says the Butte Miner.^Why not drive them to the gallows^first. and from the city afterward-^^^Madison County Monitor.
Trv a Liver Remedy (
Idifference. But take only SIMMONS^It will be an agreeable surprise to J tVER REGULATOR ^it is SIMMONS^IH'rsons subject to attack of bilious LiVER REGULATOR which makes the^colic to learn that prompt relief may i difference. Take it in powder or in liquid^,. .^ . ,. alreadv prepared, or make a tea of the
be had by taking i ^hamberlain s ,^uYuke'S,MMONS LIVER REGU-
CohV.Cholera and Diarrhis-a Kem- j LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every^edy. In many instances the attack I package. Look for it.^may Is- pre'vented by taking this! J. H. Zeilin ^% Ca, PbilauJelphiav, Paw^remedy as soon aa the first smyptoms^of the disease appear. ^i and at) cent^bottles for sale by C. F. Little, drug^^gist.
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