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SHELBY ELI DILLARD, EDIT)OR AND PROPRIETOR. I s 2D- :-EVERY-:--SATUTEDAY, TER.IAS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ne' year ..............$3.00 SMix 3Months...... ..... $2.00 Advertisingl llats Mlade Known on Application Enteicl at the Post-Oilice at Red Lodge, Mont., as Second-(lass Mlatte. FEB. 27, 1892. I T O FOIE TGN. ADVERTISING AGENTS. I will not accept anty foreign advertiselenti for less I han hIolme rates, The money ilmust a.c compnl:i. each advertisement in order to insure its insertion. I will reserve the right to reject at' advertisements-as there are a charactar of patent medi.ine advertisements that are a dis grace to tiny respeetaule journial. We venture t h a..sacrtlion Ihat we hve thrown more adver tising propoitii ons into the fire than any news paper in ,Montanla. If you doubt this look a.t the columns of our paper. We would hoe corn for 50 cents a day before we would defile the col llllns of the iED LODGEo PICtKET with vile and loalthsomlll ate, S:rLrovY ELI DILLAuRn, John N. Armstrong is developing into a veritable "Brick" Pomroy. Mr. Armstiong is a keen and in cissive writer and wields a pen that cuts like a razor. The fewest numiber of women in the world have a heart. But the most refined and delicate little fe male blossom you will meet in the whole course of your life-has a gall that would take the bark off of an oak tree. The Butte boycott is driving the Chinamen in every direction. We have no more love for a Chinaman than we do for a rattlesnake and hope in time that every town in the United States may boycott the pig tail devils and that they will be forced to go back to China. It would be a paying proposition for this government to send all of these demoralizing heathens back to their homes. The ;rantsdale Bugle has ex posed the corruption of one judge in the Bitter Root valley, and has been the in ans of ridding the country of hiiin. The nanme of the man we refer to is Judge Burker. I)o we know Judge Buker? We are on speaking terms with the "Jedge," and hold his note for sixty-nine dollars and interest. We will pre sent the note to John N. Armstrong as a gift-if he will accept it. There is strong talk all the time of county division in Missoula and it is about timte that we were oc casionally referring to this matter in Park county. There will be no opposition from Livingston, or in fact from any source. It would be a great convenie:lc to everybody in this section to have a new county with the county seat at Iled Lodge. There is nothing small about us, but out intellect and it is growing. Great Falls is up in arms and shouts and invr;kes imprecation up)Oh the head of Senator Wilbur F. Sanders because the new land otice is to ;e located at Fort Benton. It is perfectly natural for Col. Daniel Searles to niske a fight for his town and secure every benefit for his subscribers and patrons, but there should be some limit to his: roseate gall. The people of Fort Benton have rights and privileges and are citizens of Mantana. This world was not created for Great Falls alone. The Republicans are as uncon cerned as so many plow-horses inl regard to the actions of the labor movement in Montana. If the la borers want to put a ticket in the field-it is their own business, and a matter that- only interests the masses. The State of Montana is Republican, and so pronounced a Republican state, that it would take half of the vote of Missouri to change it. The millionaires of Montana know in their own souls -that it is the rankest folly to at tempt to win this year, but will have to make an effort for the sake of outside appearances. No iman with sufficient intelli gence to feed a yellow dog ever had the bighead. This malady is con fined to low, ignorant, illiterate and opaque dolts. Some men attempt to pass hog-ignorance off as genuine intelligence, and are at the same time the laughing stock of all crea tion. If we are elected a member of the next legislature, we will in troduce a bill that will cover this doltish malady. The penalty will be for bighead as follows: The chump to wear a placard with thie in.erip tion on it for ninety dao s. rain or I shine. "''I anl a hog igno:'iiit fool on It general principles, n.:1 don't know it, Lut the rest of the wtrild are dead on to mte. Chunlmpisn anld h1ighead ' are Loth a disease, and l eyond the cureative powers of the imedicine man. The Bible teaches us that fools rush heaid-long, where sag,- & cious angels dare not tread, oia.n it fool is the most tispicable crea ture in the eyes of God." NEW TOWN. L BILLINGS, Mont , Feb. 25ih, i.)2 t SHELBrY ELI DILLARD, t EnIro RoED LoDGE Pic;E ir: --The Inew town of Allendale is being L. If out s at the mouth of Clark's F' ok, three :il's c below Laurel and one milei from the N. P. road, on the bank of the Yt llo:Ltone, v which overlooks the mouth of Ciark's Fork and the rapids of the Yellowstone. r A 75-barrel roller process flour mill is being made for this great water power and the contract for tle fotndation ihas been let to Butte st.u: e ::.sous, iho art. going to locate in the .o. ni. A! i farmer I who will raise corn, wiheat ;and buck wheat, can depend un haviog the grain made into flour this fall. And we further wish to co-operate with ited Lo.lge in all commerce that can be successfully used, as coal, lime and otner praoducts which time will develope. Our town is to be a: temperance town and many of the lead ing temperance people have alre:ady taken hold of the enterprise. We are central y located in the Clark's Fork vae~s, a.d we are in the gateway to the Clark's Fork reservation and all northern trans portation; also the Great Lake and Judith basin country. We are in the very best possible route for the 1. & M.. I. It. and the Bear Creek Coal mines. (;uo w-. ter power will be the manufact uring point for woolen facto ie: sslci tes and cani _ng factories, as we are on the maini lil.e of the N. P. We have a perpendicul;.a water fall of twenty-five feet, and a :ind and a half ditch will give us untol. i power. Our vast farming otld gi;v cs Is a foundation which no other resource can equal, while our geographical loca tion is all that can I,e it-sired. We shiall be glad to interest the right kind ot men in our new enterprise. Respectfully . ours, W,. A. ALLEN. OPEN LETTER. ALRLAND, Wyo., Feb. .0th, il.,Ž. SHELBY EuI DILLArl), EIrrTOR RoED Loea Pi',r:tT: --There i.' destined to be a big boom Le'e in the spring time, when the hlttle bir;s ki_. the kiss of felicitious love, and tle. oh ! hazel back, dish-faced and antiqu. t"d maid, becomes as frisky and shy, as a country horse when m-tde to face the sizzling and fizzling noise of a ec nan ioco motive. It is a nud fact aol can )e demonstr: ted by the naked eye, that several fine looking mining locations have been dis covered since the dalys when Noah and his ferry boat skii nnedl along on the virgin waters. The new tinds, arc as the talented and erudite legal fraternity would say, in a divorce canse, whre they had a voluptuous cicet on hln:---ui rosa. Will D. Edgar, thI: Horace . Gr.ley o i FWyoming, has a con; ract to let his de lectable pen flow in a superb write up of the Wood River mines. Mr. E is ar is a man who swings a pen like an n:g." , andh his pyroteebinal expressions irc la.*i-. with comnbustiblee that catrry con'' ictiotI to the heart of the capit.:,lists. The swallew-taile;l dde, anrd feather bed tenderfoot will be in this camp dur F ing the summer and we will treat hinm white-in spite of his affectation a,:d top-lofty airs. Hlowever, we will take pains to see that he is thiIr'oughly acci mated before the amooroous days of the heated term have flitlcd. Please find three etrt wheel doiars for the iRlo LonGE Pit'rEr. You are no I prude, nor firey temperance man, I am : aware, and you are not as pious as a gospel shark, but you have sterling; bay horse characteristics-that will kep you , out of the clutches of the devil. Very Respectfunlly, JoiN F COI' . HOUSES FOR SALE. -3 One house, C20:0, on M'ain strrct suitable for dwelling. One house, 18S:30, on .iV.rd avenuel suitable for dwellng. Both of these are supplied with substantial out-buildigs i One Stable 22x21, in rear of the black Diamond saloon, roomi for ,3 horses and well within 40 feet Apply to GoIF'nEY DEM'AAT:, On Main :tr-ect property. ANDREW P. McANELLY, A'TiTORNEY AT LA.W. }^n - MVJ ai- Street-< NEW BARBER SHOP. :-: I .av Opened :-: A TOONSORIAL E MPORI UM IN RED LoDGE Three Doors North of Hanley & Fleming's Liquor Establishment. FIRST-CLASS '11VOR IC Ladies Hair Dressing a Specialty W. G. Schmelzel, I 'rc'pricto'1r. NOTICE p Durring the coming winter the Rocky Fourk: CGo-i tcimnpay will deliver screened I lump coal to itI patrons in Red Lodge for $3 p( r ton of 2,900 lbs , and lull weight guaranteed. J M. Fox'. Manager. Wanted-Books To Keep. A thorloe()llv'y co niletentlt ac'cota llttit, whoi is atl liberty during- part of the tday, wishers books lo lekO p) or otlter Ifi'"e work to to. H.ts irecon ime:ttl: ions of the highest chiarneler ae to t:iitit. intj inltegrity, andi can rete' to Yege.:, Tal to.age & Co. 1Ueavt'e work with the alsoi e-ann ed firm or tAil dret s H. ItA'.ity, hox 1), ('ity. SEALED PPOP&SALS [NOTICE TO CONTIA..A.C'ittS AN D It;OU.Diins.] Sealed bids for the custruction of a Catholic ciluril ito the town of N-ied Lodge, Park county, :,'.t,:to of Montana, to be built of stone. 'i'Th dimensions of - the church edifice will be as follows: Thirty feet by sixty. The bids of the said erection of said church wil be re ceived up to March 19t]h, 1892. The plans and specifications can b? viewed at the oiffce of A P. McAnelly. The trustees will reserve the right to reject any and iall bids. Red Lodge, Montana Fe'). 27th, 1892. ILE.WA.II) 1Oitl A i(,Uu,*)EtiIkt. I'our tua, red Io,:s -f'I' -re- d for tr Capittore of Jack Ric.-- Alularderer of J. 1I. Tw.h.g A reward of four hundred dollars is ctfferetl and will bte paid to anyone who may capture one Ja;ck Rice, who on the 10th day of December, 1891, murdered tmy husband, Jerry M. Twohig, in RIed Lodge, Park county, state of Montana The party who apprehends this murderer vwill be required to turn the fugitive over to Sheriff Oliver P. Templeton of Park county, or some responsible deputy sher iff or oflceer in Park county, and every dollar of the above reward will be promptly paid. .1ast after the murder of my husband it is thoug'ht that the murderer went to Wtyoming and is at I : irt ti:e-teie ,i ,re inu tl.hat st.ite. 'the s-hri .f of FLcnlout county, W'yc, ain;i:; other o liciiis of thait sbate art T rl-qust.e'l to keep a .ilalrp lookout for the - ecciptd murnerer. -A '1-71'-I-- 'TI-- N. As near as can be figured out aind given a, to t, !he deicrip:,ion of ,Jac' Hice, is the f llowing: A ,. ut oP years of age, iheieiat 5 fee't 10 ii ch ', bIie et-es, fair enttXt~it, utt' t ied ffo'f .aposie .oi -ihe teatler. Ito had a lisp or imtpe:li ment in his speech, an .1 it co tv:-rsatio: wv's on the irtid-o io ,rier, and was very Lumpt) acked an' st,.e,:-d shoulder id. The a:n hIt ani:st a ranlia for ,i ninLg talk nd -t v 'ould occasionally SgCak of his '-eqie ild Mexico, and S. El Pau, e'itxas. IH' hi d ibeen a locf imoti :'e f:reman, hiut had been in the - - n't'h'i 'o' yeLtr aS z 1:-sptecttr aE( , e vr tir.idi .ioi talkiJ of uartZ. H-I' has mi , h - i r- .t:. il t., .;in ! ; , Water it mines a ', ),, :. _.oty, :Tvo1'ing. Red Lodge, Montana, Jan. 25, 1892. ot PROPOSALS FOR -UILDING BRIDGE. ( RienD LOt- M.': . Fan. 19, 1892. Proposatls will be reetid-ed by the un ldersi,ced fl'r buildhin'g a bridire across Clark's Fork, at a point 20 1hails from II Red Lodge on the stage line between - Red Lodge and Meetse, up to noon March at, ; crac o b . "I idth of rbedway 10cc fetI ; dist plance 'rim brulkt to - ctk, 140; distance sorll i3 waer about feet; tteo baks, 8 ed Lodge, oee r.ach lid to b -e accompanied with plans .e d L o d ,t ; \l o ,:t a nc ,. . N, ii ,of It .. l... ic. .; : to 'ol. Ti. i ' ",1. . I;t ;::-orrdf-"et a\ilih the' ipro) siiti:: of s'-tioun . "nl's:nlid ,,'intions p], c'r'b'1i by the HIono.r al!I'e Se-,relnarv of Itt In teo:',r Mla 5it-1!, 1801, IN( ' -:' -,' e ' i-.;' I, ie fl it l at I! lit the exaliit-' taa (of t :r0:l? -- .-e,"'.VS f' ur t7ill h i d ph . ll i,!Iio)l , ! u!: T ! i;', w'e will liO ki it 'ii t-ii a!l i liii toil !, 1. i, ' i . i.1ecretalry f 1:;'" interiot' ofr : ,t "fro!ty l''!it 11i:'" rTnae pilal i forill aii i-:. i 1 ; i ',: i.ii" iilura pifS,.G iln', . (ii1i'' i "itl he !iti t h itin c i for" the , ill - ( oor1 l; i fli 'i li; Y an, i. h. li. Otlihpip l. mnvlh 11.' luntd i':ar-h If Il. ;S, t :id relh - :eii,:i ng K r,,n miin r , 7r - 1 1:- d, -It orii: ; of' f;Ll! Ior'l of tn 'ei; slid o aintd heiion e , fo r :! ' i t pi r l ll ' s l , n o n-. l in I - 'llr !d .rtint.:, Ift.lt:' : in llit"he tir t ihf iP il Stat, e of rJt it. i intir I i tt ,tir [ ll Firit publield at i Feb. th, o f on.] LIr:S t ou1 .AINTE NANCL OF POOR.l ( o ;iceli of i(olntyril ('lak, :tt!i-ik co n-t lk. iviit.t odg, ront .liMlonir Ia, an. 5 2. 4,.:l,. l t pro),.isalis for the 'lure, s i lpiort turd ,:i.itm,.!::ire of t hu ,.irk, po),r antid ilii'ln of this earl)l , ý p°.er eanyile, ib. the wol .k; irh ildini." lin. All tire sonf ieinh and cltni i, l and Io till tll-rllh i.e;n.,ed, to the'f, for of liicvo:1r ,& Miina , me l A 1St, a of2, will eid re'tiived il l tlhis. ollIte u l il t:el Irth , l :,- , i at 12 o't lrck ii. ]I;; or("1." of the (1o017'1 of 'ounyl Com mission S. I)EI TTI'S t, ('oii.ly 01: rk and Riecorder, [L First utblihlh':Llon(ii Feil). (1th, 1592.] ;.MIds Fc r Med¢!ic.-l .tteldvance. (Otiiee ofi'i:oun.t ('h,;'lrk. Park c(oon ii", LivrNow.ru N, MN nnt.-na, Jan.. 25th, 1892. i'alie pro) osa.ls f;r1` frl'lnilslhin lmedihal atten In.ire (iniluding medicine) for the Sick poor of the ,"ount:y and Such others as may ve county cleur0es for the yoeu enii.eeding' Marc!! 1st, 1592, wi'1 he re : ived at this offihe until march 7th.1892, at 12 o''11lo(.'k" tlt. IBy ordi' of the Bfoa'rd of County Commission ers. ,. I)EUTS('H, o'ounty Clerk and Recorder. (Fir'st publhietion of .Jan. 23:1, 11(92.) A SAL!.E OF SC1700L I:NtN, . 3 The Bl'nl'd (of Trustee s of School Dii:si :'ict No. 21, Red L.od.g'e, Montana, ilivite sealed bids for the i-rch:h se of"nvds in h tie; surn1 of'six hundred di] l- ( tlars paable in 2 year.S, witih inlter'.n t t 7 tier 1eni. per '11t11 1;.; inter.al pa blV:le m. 1 semi a7nulllly. aidl bonds to he t.sol at C. C. lBowen's office on i ri;h:t to rInject ally or all bids. 11y order of tire Trustces, ',. L. STIR.UTHtERIR. District, Clerk. Ited Lodge, Mont., January 11, 1!)2. ( Fist pbliation Nnt. 21, 1592.) All persons in and around Red Lo'1,e that are indebted to the firm of Ihabroock & Miles, are re nested to pa" the 5;iml1 to A. I. H 'ah)ook at. the n ,ld St 1.11nd of the said ti' oni" llHahi' k & 1tiles, !Al'.)thicK & Sill,FS. I+:,I In 1.,i-', .tafn.. 2011, ;`.112. BERNARD O'HARE, Keeps in Stock the Best of WINES P AND LIQUORS. ALSO, CHOIOCE BRANDS OF CIGARS. Licensed. Cambling in Con nection. -led Locide, - /Moit. - -1 WORPMAi4S DAVIDSON. ,,Ornamental,', '.'Sian Painting'.- of Disteniper Colors, oir :-:Can-vas, Fire IProof:-: All WXork GCuara.nteed. ;:io;'-IN ii::.lt or McI:NTryIae'S AITl S.''It o RED LODGE, - - MONT. Red Lodge Saloon. ICENSE LD GAMBIN3LtG. I keep an excelent stock of WINES LIQUORS and CI(,\ARS and would be pleased to have my friends call ane see me. THOMAS NORTHY, Proprietor, BOAi I- HOUSE. I a"'- located in tljl( -ell -Block arid ain to set as~ good a tablle as tilhei nI:rket affodrs. Mrs. C. W. Pratt, Proprietress iE Led;r, Mont. NEW\V BOOK. Siifo'r Tomen-i of Ainerica" Nearly 550 octavoe pages, fly :d iapproplri ,ttely illu:strattted. Low pr<ico, libral terms on. rei'ht laid. The look will sell sAoly in this it:ate. Eveirybody will be interested to read Ilihe sto'ry of the privations, strigrels and l!rlois.t of our "l'Pioneeri \\ lomen." .11n ai ld wtenu)1 w-nted to canvass thiir own townships. Ex pe'ienll llnot ILnecesaary. Sid for fil pail Irticul;rs to, S. S. SC(iANTION & 1:'1., Puai:ishers, IARTFO '1 D t, CO :,N. D ENTISTRY. The Painless System is used by Dr. J. E. Feathertoil. Teeth extracted positively without pain or danger. Fine artificial teeth always on hand. Practices all branches of dentistry. '2ee in Beikoap Biock, Billings, Mont, Transcontine nta Rot e, Passes through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Manitoba, Montana, Idalho Jregon and Waslhington. -THE DINNING CAR LINE. Dining Cars are run between Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Helena Butte, Tacoma, Seattle and Portland. Pui:ran Sleoepng Car Route Pullman service daily between Chi Sago, St. Paiul. Montan;a, and the iacific Northwest; and between St. Paul, linn a polis and Minnesota, North Dakota .nd Manitoba points. THE POPULAR LINE. Dally Express Trains carry elegant Pullman Sleeping Cars, D)iining Cars, Day Coaches, Pullman Tourist Sleepers .nd Free Colonist Sleeping Cars. Yellowstone Park ROute The Northern Pacific R. R. is the rail Line to Yellowstone Park; the popular .ine to California and Alaska; and its ;rains pass through the grandest scenery if seven states. THROUGH TICKETS Are sold at all coupon offices of the Northernl Cacific It. R. to points North, East, South anl West in the United States sand Canada,. rime Schedule & Connections at Bilings nRRIVlS. WEsT noiiD. ItEPA'.TS, :15 a. i. ......Pacific Man.il, No.1...... 3:2 a. im. EAST BOUND. 02 a. m. ......Allantic Mail. No. 4....... 6:12 a. im. RED LODGE BRANCH, :30 p. m. ....... Accommodation...... 7:5 a. inm, For Rates, Maps, Time Tables or Special Infor mation apply to Agent, Northern Pacific i. It., it Rid Lodge, or CHAS. S. FEE, p General Pass and Ticket Agent, ,T. PAUL, :-: :-: MINN Northern Pacific Trains, RED LODGE BRANCH. nRRIVs, DEP'AITS, 1:55 a. m. ......Accommodation...... 1:45 p, im, A. E. llRaslisuE. A, en.t.R'1I; THE DUUMHAM INING COPMPAY. INCORPORATORS H. B. DUNHAM, J. H. CONRAD, $. C. HUNTER, OFFICERS S. C. Iturnter, Presidenlt; A. E. FIger, Sec. & Tres., P1. B. Durjhanr-, Vice Pres. Capital1 Stock - - - 1,500,000O 150,000 Shares $10. Each. StoLck i n Treasý.ry - - - - 0,000 1ares. The Companie's prospects con- miles south of Red Lodge, Montana. The Good Hope has exposed a sist of r The principle development work vein of galena and mixed ores .22. T GEM e,s is done on the Geyser, Good Hope inches wide, at a depth of twenty THE G(o~,D H.OP, and Christin ,Iines. five feet below the surface. TILE CHHIiSTIAN and On the Geyser there is exposed The Christian is also showing a THrIi (oAl "11" Lodes a well defined vein from three to fine vein of galena and copper ores. Are situated on the South Fork four feet of galena and other mixed Two tunnels of one hundred feet of the Stinking Water river, in i ores, at. a depts of thirty feet below each, will be driven this summer Freemiont (Coumyi, Wyoming 95 the surface. on the Geyser mine. :Parties de ziring stock can 'et particulars and make subscsip tion- by ap.ylying to A. E. FLAGEIR, Secretary & Treasurer RED LOiT GE, .Montana. IJs. B. I)unfhl ary Gerrneral Manager. J3iOH Z. CONEIaD SAMUTEL C. HUNTER 4J. H. CONRAD & GD E" IED LODGE, - - - - MONTANA. :-T" rnsa ot a General Banking B "i "n-:-: Inter est allowed on all Deposits left for a Specified Drafts Issued on all Principal Cities in United States and Europe. Money transferred to all parts of the United States by Telegraph. COLL"ECTiON aIVEN P O7IBLT .TTENTZON ~iTE SOIIaIT "YOTRt BUTSIlNESS LOUIS HUNTER, Cashier. l- I l l i A. Chaffin. I', I). addres s, led Lodge, .lout. . Range, IRed Lodge '' ". - i Creek. C. M. Baldwin. Cultle salme bran d as Cut on left shoulder. Range, Bear Creek. P. 0. address, Red Lodge, Montann.. W. F. Chaffin. I'. O. address, Red Lodge, Mont. Rlange, Red Lodge Creek James H. Cooper. STONE AND BRICK WORK, 1Plain and Ornamental Plastering And General Work. Estimates Given. REI) LOTDGE, MONTANA. H. 3. Armtr~ong & Co. DRUCCISTS, Red Lodge, - - Mont. C. W. PRATT. Have you engaged PRATT to Paint that building of yours or if you have Paperhanging or Kalso mining to be done be sure and con sult him. Estimates given and materials furnished if you wish. ALL WORK GUAR ANTEED. None but first-class workmen em ployed. C. W. PRATT A. P. Webster, ASSAYER and METALLURGIST,, HELENA, MONTANA. Office No. 602 south Main st., opposite Cosmopolitan hotel. P. O. No. 1017. Prompt Returns made on Sam ples Sent by Mail. Four years Assayer on the Consol~dated Virginia and Consolidated mines, Comstaek lode, Virgil nia City, Nev. Over Twenty Years Experience. Mines Examined and Re ported upon. Prices for Assay : Gold and Silver - $1.50 Silica - $150 Gold, Silver & Lead 2.50 I Lime 3.00 Lead - - 1.00 Zinc - 3.00 Copper - - 1.50 Tin - 5.)0 Tron - - -.00 Antimony - 5,00 Bismuth Se44