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am33 LODOE CITY, FRIBAT, SEPT. 1d.
A Bsee fore LAe.
A BAsred ugisewr Chasd bp Fire-A
-.s _ -,,' of -the N buas (1Mih.) ghle.
* * * To make it a intelligible mat
ter to the reader. let me y that the BUf
.i.l Corry and Pittsburgh road intersects
tse ee Shore .ead at this place. The st
tion at the Junction is named Uroncton.
Now let it be understood, that from that
point to Mayville, at the head of Cbautnu.
qua lake, (a distance of only ten miles). a
train Is carried over an elevation of 700 feet.
Prom the statkin to the summit, the grade
Is about 80 feet to the mile, with curves
whch increase the distance four miles. It
ia over this mad that Imnmense quantities of
petroleum are brought.
On Tuesday evening, about nine o'clock,
a train, consisting of six oil cars and two
passenger cars, reached the summit on its
way to the junctkion. Here, by some cause
as yet unexplained, one of the oil tanks took
ire. The lassenger ears were at once de
tached and the brakes stopped them. Next
the oil ears were cut off, and the locomotive,
tender and a iwax car, containing two valu
able horse and two mem. passed down the
road, the engineer supposing that the brake
men on the oil cars would arrest the course
of these, but what was his horror, on k4mk
ing back, to see the six cars n pursuit of
him down the grade, enveloped in lames.
They not only pursued but overtook him.
striking the box ear with inconceivable
force. knocking the hores and aen flat upon
the door, and yet almost miraculously, not
throwing the engine from the track.
It was now, with the engineer, a race for
lUfe, admi he gave the engine every ounce of
steam. Looking south from the placeof my
residence at that terrible juncture, one of
the met magnifcent spectacles was witness
ed that a m.sa ses in a lifetime. A sheet of
intensely brighit ilSme, sixty feet high, was
seen coming down that southern slope, ap
parently with the speed of a hurricane (.0
miles an hour): for pursued and pursuer
flew over the course, or rather down it, and
around uhe curves, at tie rate of more than
TO miles an hour, as tie engineer declares,
nd as ever ylboy can believe who witnessed
the sp.otace The wihde heavens were il
Iuminated, and the landscape was lit up as
If by noonday light. Onward and down
ward flew the engiae, sad behind itfew and
thundered the huge fiery demon. Twice its
prodigious weight was driven against the
fugitive, as I Intent with a purpose to
drive it from the track. It seemed as if to
the heroic engineer and fireman there was a
perfect environment of peril The speed of
he ueagtie was such that it ceased to pump;
thes, oan, the Cincinnati Exprs was due
at heunctin at this time. The engineer
of te oil train whistled "open switch," and
shaking hands with the firtman they lade
cech other farewell, knowing tlal their lives
depended omn the opening of the Lake Shore
swateb by their friends below, and this was
to imperil the express train coming down
fL, the West with its living human freight.
Tbe aLneer on this train saw the fdr when
t first roke out at the summit. and suppos
hag he could clear the Junction before the
laming terror rcachei It, he, too. put his en
gine to its utmost speed on a level grade.
A le short of the junction he saw the ef
aet wa a vain one. for the dying confgra
tion had rushed out upo. the Lakem Shre
tWlkt, and was roaring onward in the direc
ton of Dunkirk. Ho checked the headlong
zuds of his train and brought it to a stand
still. It did not proceed until thme o'clock
In the moraninlg.
The ease toot i another danger, and it
was imminent. A heavy freight train was
eoming up the Lake Shore road. All I will
say of the wape of this is that it did escape
to the side track, and only escaped by tl
Ia minute of posibility.
Running o'. to a safe distance from the
depot, the enkineer of the oil train detached
hseagin.e, and left the six ears to consume.
I .lays hs saltion was fully realized toy
i.m. Ue expected to lose blife. At every
omenat he expected his engine to leave the
track. he saw he was going at a lperious
d6 of speed, but there was no help for it.
The deaa was behind him, and he declares
ih t looked like a demon. With that
fondness, or resl aifetion, for his engine
which tihne men dplay, he said, '"I thought
veraltng. of ay eng, ad was deter
mianed to stay by i to the lasut." The fire
muan made one attemspt toswcapeby jumpin
farees the teader, but the engineeren
him. Altogether the ocurrence was a re
m.adsle one, sad lia prs remarkable for
this, no ies were lost.
ews LOOM (rOwL
ea s etde aetimmmu, Aemt A h.
We have some further news form the new
.lasw, cbiedy eourmatory of prerious e.
prts. Dr. ateus, of Idaho City, writes to
his wife, Auset 15th, as follows, which we
are permitted by a friend tocopy:
"I was to late to get any g. ground, as
it was ill claimed a and down the creek for
welve miles. I belleve Itls a ood iad rich
wamp. No houses rt. I sheep under a pine
tre. Timber is salber plenty but small I
aossed two thousand dollars for an Ingrt
in one claim, but eulsd not buy it. No lurm
ber to be bhad unles awed by band, which
tripgs two hundred and Md dollars per
thoemamd. There are about te hundrel
here and more coming. No provisions here
At .everal trals are expected in soon.
a will be no t ghi t asm at of money
taken out this faM. a it will take some time
l get lambe to work with sad open clams.
miere will beabl stoa dh tslilem mehn ea
gt their claims ready to work next springt."
In addition t the aby Dr. Beta aeloses
a leaf tor from his smeradum book, with
sa oalues , Aust t
I wil not be bar lWbs the middle of Sep.
The"fi.temt li :DBols eounty has
igiehed fever heast. Everybody has goneor
i golug. Ia fact, the towns are ae osit de.
ertede lare amoatse aaelebandlis have
oies hipped frm Idah (ty, so theane will
Jack omer ar iv, a Idaho CIt rom
'Ordt t thto o . ei . He I hl
life. Another dea t about 0 ie
sout, is also u i but ha had not
iseen anp d oeaf .rf ih tll Te det di
the reek to twenty in dep is to ban,
bed at ahiWoes elateo'L whih a-top
Thoaee la what w,*
have b."e vn m*.e..a... e last im.."
and the sommaes bun whirt we -iker it.
The reanrds of th I~pul Lad Ofneshaw
that In twentyuar itlgn S I. esoa
Srn-a, r d
w wwe err r4Mt " ·d'- .,·
rO eao ouwtas rcuperss.
Thl oudsh is a child ov thsshes. TM1
akhornts for their being so salt.
They are caught wil a book sad liie,
and bite a steel trap and hang on like a poor
They are good eating for a wet day; they
are better than an umbreller to keep a man
c od eodfch is one ov the luxurys or
life. hbt codfish three times a day would
weaken mil confdence in them.
Codfish vever venture in fresh water they
would soon spile if they did.
I never haw been codfisbing miself, but
think I should like it better than fishing for
. think I could ketch frogs well snuff, but
I should insist upon their taking themselves
off the book.
I had rather take a boss bumble bee in m
hand than a live frog, not bekause I am afraid
the frog would bite, but I am afraid ov their
I hav noticed that the codfish alwus has a
stiff upper lip, but i think this is more ow
ing tow the bone that izin him than it Istew
The mackrel i a game fish. They ought
tew be well edukated, for they are alwaysin
They are very easy tow bite, and as
caught with a piece of old red flannel petty
coat lied onto a book.
They ain't the only kind or fish that are
caught by the same kind or bait.
)h1akrel inhabit the sea, but those which
inhabit the grocery alwus taste t, me as the
they had been born and fatted on salt.
If I can hav plenty or mackrel for break
fast i can generally make the other two meals
out ov cold water.
The pollywogg Is created bi the sides or
the road, out ov thick water, and spends his
infancy in pollywogging.
After Ihe has got through pollywogging
he maks up his mind that this workl wamt
made for pollywogging, and "' nothing ven
ture nothing have," and then he turns his
ottenshun tew bigger things.
He looks out upon life with the eye of
wisdum. and studying the various animals
or creashun. lie comes tew the konklusion
that the best thing he can do is to bekum a
ohis is the way that frogs fust cum tew be
made, and pollywogg teow be lost.
The pollywogg now leaves the water and
spends part of Ilis summer upon *and.
He has tew iSte his way through life, and
generally goes on the jump.
Being better at diveing than he is at dodg
ing, he often runs his bed against sticks and
stuns that the boys throw at him, but his
two tmotal enemies are the Frenchman and
The nch man is estisfied with his bind
leggs, tbuot the smalk swallows him whole.
I have seen sum good time made by the
frog and the snalk, tihe snaik after then frog,
and the frog after dear life.
If tihe frog can only reach a tree and
klimb it, he is smif, for a snalk kant travel a
T1re BULL READ.
This remarkable beast of prey dwells in
mill ponds and mud puddles, clue to the
ound, and lives upon young lizards and
They hav no taste to their mouths ana
never spit out ennything that they kas swal
They her two ugly black thorns sticking
out on the sides of their heads, and are a
dangerous tew handle as a six bbded pen
knife, with timhe blades all open to wonst
They are like a kat, yu hay got to skin eso
before they ar fit tow eat, and after they
are thoroughly cooked, if yu set them away
in the cupboard until they git cold, they will
begin life anew, and bekum as raw a a live
They will live, after they are ded, as long
asan striped snalk ban.
I don't advise enny one tew fish for bull
heads, but if yu feel as the yu must, this is
the only best way to do it.
Take a dark, lot. drizzly night in the
monthof June; steal out quietly from honae
tell yaure folks yu are going few tie nasors
to hwrry a setting orv hb's eggs; find a amw
log on the banks ovr a stagnant mill pond
one end ov which lays in the water; drive
the mad turtles and water sailks of from
the log ; stranddle the log and let yuare leggs
hang down in theim water up tow yure gapur
ters; Ibit yure hooK with a chunk or old
ljun rubber sho; as fast as yU pon up the
ball heads, take them by the0 back ov the
neck and stab their horns onto the saw log;
when yu hay got the saw log stuck full
shoulder thime saw log and leave for homs
git up the next maorning early skin the bull
heads, and spllt up the aw log into kind
ling wood. le.t ure wife e06k them for
breakflst, and sware the whole uamily to
k7 dark about it.
his is the only repeetabei nay to hay
e-nythtng to do with bull headm--.'. 7.
WAmDns-hos M ax.-'Tb Soda!t Sd
ene philbophers of Great Britain ae be
coming alarmed. They have dacuvered
tha the disproportion between men and
women is increasing so rapidly in thateouna
try as ti threate an overwhclindn redun.
dmscy of the feminin gender. The stats
tics appall them. Outof every 100 womedl
in Oreat Brlitai above S yearuof age. It has
been ascertained that 07 are wlves, 18 wid.
ows and 80 splisters. Of a little under 3,
000,000 women between $0 and 40 In Ej
land and Wales, 1^,41,We were t
The philosnpbors cast about them for aope
memans to escaape this impending sapS ale.
A wholesale hegia o enamles to tbhe United
Sta3ts is mauemmnded. 3ra the "poor
things" would be "'unlng" fom t .ft
Ilag paninot thie ' T elrt rt i. i
ready on the Undld qipose their en
Ster lIsts of the New
Wad, lnch by Lnch. And why shouldn't
they, beIng Uhewles greatly is easem,.s they
are, of the men ? In s pelati or~ twelve
hundred thoasand, for eatidp 5. Nasna
a.usetss, tihes wen forty h n mre
women than me at the etahM of the bast
Duerveranasw Marsowr.-The follow=
lag pargraphs ae the a and mega of
the * pe.o.ale' ih ts tIWerem O AMrusu
of Angu t ath: .
Genomera . 0. Hnlety of NMemeau s at
of a'le . J i ii-.
ta t. I ln L ;at to
as h 4.i Nset as the alntmous
eadtis sthat hhe
AIM J !f 0
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rs i mt i
AYWT o IL Ii j
W. F. 1A . IDrr .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Orris ui m Wmars e manus,
ELA. Y.... MONTANA.
. Lhawrns. e. samase
LAWWN A EDSM,
Mls t.ret, Oppeiw Neatil >e,
Ew.h, . .. . MurA.
A. N. MaTs. Loi. N.Nuuwsu.
IATEEW R NeNURTYT,
DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA.
VW. L. CLA.eas, w. w. now
CLAOETT a DIzON,
-1ty DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA.
]1. is. IARRIaON,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
es witkh .mer . Broew, ioet Bw.. sIms
DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA.
II. CM EPuw I,
Physiolan and m urgeon,
DEER LODGE CITY, MOrTANA.
DENTI ]STKY. •
Dr.J. A. Nichols, Dentist,
CErrIAL orres IN
All work wranmted aIMtw,
And premueod by .a who
have see his work to be unezedleu
Jstt to the Unlkd sist.
. T. latnm, J~a S. AzsMse,.
First National Blank,
affe street, Rate, ][oetna
D..us.ara Dhroearro or vz Uwisswn rAmr
HC.mEY, DALBEI & CO.,
an Drs to GoM Dus, Cai ,rd isEeased
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah TrrJ.ory:
J tIGtINA mie E LNA, moslsa.
Bohms 4 Aub,
mELEA, . . . . MONTAIA.
T qbCe Tranlee am Dreas Said es a pelrso
he U VStates aft Emope.
Hghest His h!aft seld tesea a oL
SIL Us.ummes A. UIgnuwina.
L.. I E3IWIELD * E1 .,
Yas Stmu. d asereds me~
LENA,. . . . . **MONTANA.
slght Drat em al parts io the UsLesd See
seeler Isn GSlE De, C, Crm.rsr,
eemknttes pr..ptl terowdvd.
lsT NATIONAL BANE
ABUaT O@ICE I ABSAY WIC3I
0.3* D1 Mi D 3lfe .mud lob am, auu."
V. S. 3MDT STAIDA2I
Gre. acks Paid (or: rl4 lrut!
hwAT, Dasuw, N. T. i I
Geo. W. Irvin,
Au ii t Ausmssr of t tsrad l m...s
Oses wkb a.git * Dice.,
COURT DoUM sQg7ANU uinioai. N. T.
Druu and M.4hsim..
Woir &s Pope,
xuuxoper ( rom raco~lAs
PAINTS AND V*wr
CITY DRUG STOU'E,"
bass Lofou cmTE, UeStiSA.
jfi7i s ý b so t I ~ s
tQ4 -r~rr~hr -V1 b
4IY DR StES '-.ý 7 c
. . : ' S N ) .! M· i f
p 0000ft cap- I JAIco.
& . a~.w m4e mnaPr.
Door Ltidg* 'ity,
r~lccU ·- UUAZ ~ 0
Gtoowerlr G aroeeries 2
Del Coeds Du Coe00ds
0" oGosh, 1r Goosh,
Dry Goosh 3 y Goshý
y Osb Dry Goodh
Dry Goas. Dry Gush.
Dy Geodh Dryush.
A TOLL A8SOITMIIT Of
alebh~ or I& 3535. CQuIbII
1300TZ AND MUOE !
Bo. rs Boo
fWL IL YO<o
Seatt Quality of I tatioaery
f GOO0D STlOCK OF
A WNWO1ITE IIA~iDWLIlE.
Our L.R mad Veled Assrtmen o God
An ORWM L~ ~w for Crlr I
WI bs'e ise dit hepautble od. a weswrre
see ponds o low Urt fie e rwelL paid witr
tM gods w rkl9QorCkaN ded· r
" sr. detemassd to am as ctissp Y th
BONNER & WELCH,
Leer Lp (*ly aiu IkEbida, I. T.
WIDOLESAL AN NAZ
Gnerov1 Merohand lue?
NEW STORE AND NEW 64OOD).
We Jti vuuk e. Iupi Iu 6
Vesut Boots and Shoes
1. 8" -- a m!M c . ~
: dYY : .
EKA.TS AND 4 CAP.S
".:s £$ emr
ýº"'_ `i" u, eW#,tcs
'1 P1Y . ¶?R¶l P'k ' £
Sy·I- I~~l:llQ ~ 1... 1
PPVJMJJ? "h~f iL-rCI~'. 4 : *P: 9v' J . A
~dYkC~r l a...s1·::(
1r. thU.zo 3.pWitia. W. A. >"myn
YAIU,~ IUSSIa~ ai ED.,
Grooers sa p4 CQosrn Si-ou
Wrr, wkirr rPb i skmlpI I. f
3.. i Ma iml avut Heismeai. I'
IEL NA, MONTANA.
WhobrIm amuDet lm Dukmm sm
e3ms CLIJIU TON AE tI4AWHING
BOYS' READY NADE VLOTRIN(*.
A J,.mdweanddudmbek .1rq
Ta~, P rss X011114%~ lgW6
Now Trading Port.
SMITH & GRAETER,
OF BDANNACK CITY,
WTORiLD ameld usme. i th eb Ibabtatea
Voil e~aimu~s ml~ and veaIty, that Shiny have
opened a Moose at
On the amd.. Diver, whre th . as Shgm"
biAFeeriss, pigan, Ciga ir T,7
Hudwmr, Iawmue, Slimware,
Cudot~ dorwq lrwarc ,
Clothlaug 1m, Crpe, V euwsmt.
And a fan meuutet oa
aurlm - 0.o.. 3.eis and Sho.
We a - low " my Esu la Virdoii. Cemutry
hnre Imdoouemlm eabrente Jobber.s ud Counr
14m SMITH s UBARTR:
J. A. Cusuoatow, W. It. 7doxmoo
CREIGNYONf A NONIGE,
FOIRWABDING ANDCOMMISSION MBRCIlANTS,
wSLUUSL AN m aYA. ouetoum.
General Outftting hiouseI
1000. FIRST 1800.
Coummed R Esf.6le i.ie a aaiw.
WORDEN & CO.,
Whd.h.k n d Retl Desk,. I
Dry Goods, G rpoortos,
HATS, cAFI, HOOTS h' D SHOESP
hAidP W mlandmIa' k~pptampmL*.
MI ..uma Mills, Montana.
zardwa'ae, tovl Tl waarr'..
Taw. Slma. Wa. H. B ILeam
Stran g k IIohardaoa,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tip, COPPER, AiD SmEr IRON WARE,
m DoGE mstY, UOTAIIA,
Ha. >aadiiauMu Rai"
Largest Stools orGoods
SELLING AT HELREA FCEJ6L
Parlor and Cook Stovoes
Vmwtl1qmwl d iP i& war%
OsHbmnla Hydravill einzales,
AUik~ ~riui~h Csw Wm
Wtwiat nare lladet
JO waux P3DIUflI DOER TOO==S AT
* ilre W.Ud Tle lipab
.' B. u' O1 tn
'¶4 it. OO e ,~ :.
ý 11rtbrit Ilb~k tek '
I~tr~~tsir~a~,:ao ~ '1 sir
,L F~· OY'
'AX'Ic B-1V RY
dU.'Sse, De Lois Cur, M. T.
nusT' LAGhI DUIRER
DIALRIS AND DRINKlRS.
T%" nMr Is ane" wted. aslin nJesmsa cle-as
Tr the Paeofoi, Try t* Paefle.
a WASrrEs, - POwrIaruao
"sle O Trl manOTE oes.s."
Blnsel db Hamaper,
UNION BREWERY AND SALOON.
The best oqult oft eer n the mammoh glasses.
KINTEINO A WATSON,
B. C. KINTZING & CO.,
rowese.a Briok 1emt,]
MAIN S1T'R, below eodew, HELENAL , L T.
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
CIoARS AND TOBACCO.
We call attetoa toe o se stock d Pleet, C(mtllHe
A Co, ma Thomae Bhie RANDIB~iA I e d Ia
le. Our aeck ot Dombes Whisky essd aed he
bd-n chofJbd. P. w .btAe O.
ýd Woen dn.w. KII'rTZINO " WATSON.
Oriental Lodging Mousme
Reopened adJolais the ZANJBAN,
wood Sres, Heena, Motana.
-Re ta es
* d Clean Bed.
XI.Aiv e, t dsle SlCtable
sign of the Iron Horteo
VALITON & CO.,
Feed and Ltvory "tablelo
MAI1N STREET, ýDEER LODGE CITY.
Coeah and Express Lines top Here.
The tareling poblic wif ad good attention given
to theiranimle at this wen and favor
M hknpwn Stab,
1.la VALITOR A CO.
W. . ranvIS c. a. ramI.
TRAVIS t BDUO.,
No 10 Mae Street,
elena, * * * ,n-tana.
Sign ortho Iron H-oraeo
FEED & SALE STABLE.
Ths.fastt mest w omplete
P AUTICUL.AR ATENTION PAID TO SELLING
tock at Asuctlom a ad PAiwaks aLe.i Kiosd all
lalde bwegt and gold mad uaitrlekaco gousuateu ha
Thlor LIvpa'y Outfit i
aed: ý aMIe Ynrt Ildwded. eg316
Wied to aft gg eat hkoeta
mea Ina st yle soQY· r mail. k brrt b
Hay and G rain on' u md
at all ti with Pt"brooufsr IIlObgad ho e,
mad anrlsl ettradsa'gtven to the feedlegofKoeck.
hemaerri Co for
A FUNE HEARSE
Is at all times in readine eud, topibar with the ag..
wsary aanrlqg wiD Msfmrmlhbd at mdium. chrgs.
ti t TRAVIS £ BDO.
J@WSlt aU4n Weatoes.
F. 3A3105. A. K. wIL..
Dawt..o & Will,
kn~~brk u ·~w srevu ow r~4
Jewely, Deaeres UnemIas. ..i Fa el,
U.N snd sem Walsh
M9AIN WflUTE!, 85 SELFNAN. 1'T.
*UO*AVISII ALU KUANU UINO
b ths~r ull~ b.tyh.
0001 WEl Stll >srn1ag dew
b Ma nu.im ,')umerb
ý,ý 'lhrý ýMýRlýM .uet
ý t. ;,iw e s,·
f ..t.it lltJI&M`M--"- L QI1Y *, ~
. 4e ,,) *t i
oeer, d L9 o Metaa.
S. Sor, C O - PRORItpi,
Idiees wM Bad this to seqat my Id la ee
lr'A MB and aps Coadce op hane.,
The Table Is inppUl with
The beat !nt. Iab
s.Na taenshd reems a, n aiMate and , p,
CLEAN EATUZE BEDS, ALWAYS rBAD1.
paint LoUis, Alotel,
THE POPULAR HIOTEL OF MONTAII
Newly paInted and t isbe., sad the Table .p.
pied with the besat of everything eatable.
Employees attentive and courteous.
UmUmiled Aeeemmedieda by Goeet.
U~a~lled ~ La--S kedr oeats
ESIDE the steach aparteat of the hlotel pre
per, havre fitted s upp floNjlr , ofoUmg other .
l ý a elod utdl tS` aN.ao acoaatodate a88
I-aS C. D. SULLIVAN, ruorarn.eo
tManh Sest, BIlakeot Oity, oatan
Eon. a WILSON, Propheetr.
as ezcusatlai or wewyta
Is kept supld with all the lzuriks that the marhk
.nd taee r aford.
I shall endeavor to maintain the very Battering repo.
tation the house now enjoys, and am determined to
The beat N.teppllg Flmes the Territmr.
A call Is sellida . uytly
" H AN * AN"
Rostaurant and Bart
No. h Wood SI.et,
Zmmaerman dm Robinson,
aUae e anywhere for the eabty a" y e
viand" sk.m l eoakiag alnd aes to I, stsla
a call traver ss, asuulg t
TUE BEST VIANDS IN TRE MARKET
ON TAE TABLEUSO TUB AEAN-KAI.
Deer Lodge Brewery,
Deer Lodge City, Montana
P. Valiton, * * Preprietb.
TUE PIONEIER an.Wa,
AND ALWAYS AUlRAr
I am perpred to furnish, whotsale and reta.l
'quality of ae uurpasd, It equalled, in Mount.
B tt'lod Porter,
With ody. aeand ravor tocqarseu& ft. the
and haslethus lt ar Iwisus Iswessefm Itqmmar
Orderl Prompti., Ft.Led., '
"JO 4NlN1 SA.X;1OON,
eituto Vanton * Stone' LIira,
DEl l LODGS CITY, MON1tTANA.
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