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MI .J'ZBtZ tI TEIL
' A reanoe k'ould 9pP tbek
BY THE LATE F.rD. W. LOtINO.
Ini the summer of 1871 a weary traveller
might haive been seen riding through the
verdurous lanes of Oweu'sj Valley, Call.
T'lhe ecenery about him was unquestiona
bly high toned in the extreme. To the
right the Sierra Nevada, with its snow cap
Ipd peaks and purple sides, stretched its
slow length along like a needless Alexan
drine. To the left willows were seen lining
the fertile meadows; and the musical ripple
of innumerable mountain streams. engaged
ith Irrigating just as hard as they could, was
The traveler could not be called hand
amine. His complexion was black and tan,
his hltir, short and spiky, was admirably
calculated to defy the atteupts of any Indi
ans to secure his scalp; while his beard
flowed in irregular but luxuriant masses
over his chin and neck. In justice, however,
to the rider, it should be remarked that his
attire- wee not calculated to enhance any
personal attractions which he might other
wise have been credited with. A bluascar
,e *ad green flannel phirt, much fedkb and
hrigtiken, abd entirely destitute of buttons,
enfolded his thorax, and was itself partially
covered by a tattered vest, whose lining
di.ated in shreds behind him in the breeze.
The brim of his hat bad apparently suffered
iunstication, while the crown presented a
- c.ushed.and-sat-upoh "aspect. One sus.
pcnder held up his blue army trowsers, on
- tle cerculean back gr6und of whose mate
rral stain and black thrdaad could be dis
cerned. Yet this man was a youth of pro
tmise, with a rising literary reputation and
a liberal educatlon. In his pocket was a
peacil and a note-book, and on his brow a
shadow, which might have been care or
might have been contrariness.
"Comue, get up, Evil Merodach " he cried,
addrcsaing his mule in an encrgettIo manner,
with feuiible language, "for we have a long
way to go before we reach aamp. Hallo,
there's a ranche. Perhaps I can get some
milk there." He spurred his mule forward
until he reached the gate. A small girl, ap
parently nineyears of age, alIpeard at the
"Have any soldiers gone by here?" he
"Yes," said the child, "and they're is
camp about a tuile from here?"
"Then," said the stranger dismounting,"
"I can wait a moment. lsyour uother iun?'
"No, sir." said the child. "Idon't have her
art und here, you bet."
"Well, is your father In?" asked the stram
- "o0, sir," said the child. "This ranche
ain't h1e old man's, no way. It belongs to
BaUter--Jahez laxter, Esquire.'"
"Well, is Mr. Baxter In, then?"
"No, he ain't."
":Well, is his wife in, thou?"
"Yes, sir. I ant her."
"What!" said the stranger.
"I'a Mrs. Basti r," said the little girl.
"Mrs. Baxter," said the stranger, "how
old are you?"
"Going on ten," said Mrs. JaIsbez Baxter.
"And howw old-Mrs. Baxter, do you read
'One in a whle," said Mrs. Bater.
,"Balter, then, I suppose, does not take
r "No, sir," said Mrs. Baxter. t.Bat he
Arrows one sometimes."
"Well, said the inquisitive stranger, "'I am
going to interview you. Were you ever in,
tervipwed, Mrs. Baxter?"
"No," said Mrs. Baxter. "It don't hurt
huneb, does it?"
"'6J!t as'a rule," said the inquisitive per.
sotf t.ting his note.book out.
. Well,. say," said Mrs. Baxter "'I ain't
lgoing let you do it for notling, you
"Certainly noes"'akitib inquisitive per.
son. "flow much do you wantl?"
"Well, saout four bits would be right,"
aid ]Mrs. lBater.
'Give m a iglass of milk," said the stran,
ger, "and answer some questions, and you
ahall have four bits."
"Go ahead," said Mrs. Baxter, concisely.
'Tell me,,, said the hqtquisitiv person,
"how you cLedn to marry 3DI. lBaxter."
_"Well," said Mrs. Baxter, "women is
d..tlareu d here, and Baxter wanted some
sItd, and he Won't have no Chinese around
busing things when he's away. Me and
s: Mln's both do 'n oen thenm fellows. So Bax t
ter and dad, who was old partners, deter
mined that I'd better manrry him, as .1, was
the oldest; I've got asister living; she's only
seven. She wanted to; but marm said she
wara't geng to have it. no way. No child
of her'n should be married before she waI
eight years old."
"'Your mother must be a nice woman,"
said the inquisitive stranger, writing. "1
should like to know your mother."
"Oh, she'd just as lieves," said Mrs. Buax
ter. "She ain't abilt particular, she aln'L"
"And-it's a delicate question-but are
you in love With Mr. Baxter?" asked the
S"I gues so." said Mrs. Baxter. "lie
treats me pretty well, and he lots me go for
them Chinese that he employs; and that's
bully opd fun I tell you. But I reckoa
'I'll get dtvored before long. I know a girl,
she oh'Lenal tireosyelp, .ide11 me. and
she's nrried to- lie" )bscond .tustuba
'You're a rule, then and not an excep,
lion," said the inquisitive person.
ý'p ydald ailr. Baxter.
Sthere mitty other girls of your age
around here tl.toUrsearied?"
"Three or for, 'said Mrs. Bater. "You
ask a heap of questions, don't you?"
'1 'Ide, Mrs. Bater." said the stringer,
"amid it is thus that I acquire a princely 1.
Aotlne and a world wide reputation.
areyour four bits. Poor little girL Teg
Mr. Batter that I will send him a news
paper betore long. Do I keep to the, right
"To the right stranger,"'mid Is. Baxter
'Come, Evil M , let'sgo to camp,f
said the stranger, and, mounting his mule
rode buoyantly away.
S " * ,C*: ," ,
This is all Ie great American roman
that I am glo to give to the readers '
talpe*r at present. The soene will
'ilaf ull, Massachuetts, and the villlai
will be ,hotod-keeker there who charges "
transient guest ffty-eunts for using a towl i
After that I suppose lcan never visit Hu I
again. But no matter for tta4, It is m
intention to expose in & t~htiisant manneI'
some of the abuses of American..
evtn if I forfeit the delights of T"' for'.
.lt treea or )rgl'yea t or' nil ol tMr
.skaititt lesr wJl lint
physically and meotaay, than now, thank
Oa 5aOMakste OCalltPAW Is adndit be
erallesn the seltd l.
you story re ttore.UOt , e s
te.e. too, is tole hoped that the "risini
yOuag jrmnalls" who iatr ,oervireo wil
A' a S us e hh asd Iith
_; Fahwge MiQeaf _
b· ETnll r-1 ..
THE FrLATH" ADS ANU. TTII ELA t'.
Below wiln be found the two bills intro
duced into Congress by Mr. Clagert, having
for their object the removal of the lathbeds
from the Bitter Root, and providing for a
National reservatki at the headwaters of
To provide for the removal of the Plathead
and other Indians from the Bitter Root
Valley, in the Territory of Montana.
Be itd enacted by the eatle and Bowe of
Representaties of the United Sates ofl
Amrer(a in C'ongress Asemscba
That on or before August first, eighteen
hundred and seventy.two, it shall be the
duty of the President to remove the Flat
head Indians, (whether of full or mixed
bloods,) and all other Indians connected
with said tribe and recognized as members
thereof, from the Bitter Root Valley, in the
Territory of Montana, to the genesal reser
vation in said Territory, (commonly known
as the Jocko Reservation,) which by a treaty
concluded at tiell Gate, in the Bitter Root
Vasle, July stterntl hteea hundred
and fifty-five, and r by the Senate
March eighth, eighteen hudred and fifty
nine, between the United States and the
confederate tribes of Flatheads, Kootenal,
and Pen d'Oredle Indians was set apart and
reserved for the use and occupation of said
confederate tribes; and to defray the ex
peases of said removal; and to aid in the
subsistence of said Indians during the first
-yetr there Is hereby appropriated ou. of
the Treasury, out of any money not other.
wise appropriated, to be expended under
the direction of the Secretary of the Inte
rior, the sum of five thousand dollars, the
same toibe reimbursed to the United States
as hereinafter provided.
Sic. 2. That the lands in the Bitter Root
Valley abovs the Lo-Lo Fork are hereby de
clared open to settlement, (except the six.
teenth and thirty-sixth sections, which are
reserved for school purposes in the manner
provided by law.) and shall be sold to actual
settlers only, said settlers being heads of
families or over twenty-one years of age, in
quantities not exceeding one hundred and
sixty acres toeach settler, at the price of
one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre,
payment to be made in cash within eighteen
months from the date of settlement or of
the passage of this act. All lands located
after December first, eighteen hundred and
seventy-one, shall be sold in square form.
and town-sites shall be pre-enmpted as an or
tinary cases. An accurate account shall be
kept by the Secretary of the Interior of the
money received as the proceeds of sale of all
lands in said valley above the Lo-Lo Pork,
which money shall be invested under his
direction in such United States securities as
shall yled the greatest return, the interest
on such investment to be paid semi-annually
and expended by the President for the ben
efit of said Indians, in such manner as he
may deem proper, at least twenty per
ceutum, however, of said annual interest to
be devoted to educational purposes In or
der that the provisions of this act may be
carried into effect, there is hereby appropri.
ated out of the Treasury. out of any money
not otherwise appropriated, the sum of ten
thousand dollars, to be exoended under the
direction of the Secretary of the Interior in
the survey of said lands; the said sum of
ten thousand dsllars, as well as the sum of
live thousand dollars appropriated by the
first section of this act, to be reimbursed to
the United States out of the proceeds of sale
of said lands. Any of said Indians being
the head of a family, or twenty-one years
of age shall be allowed to pra-erupt without
cost one hundred and sixty acres or land,
on'the same terms as other citizens, who
shall, prior to August first, elihteen hun -
dred and seventy-two, be admitted to citi.
benship by some competent court, upon
proof of sufficient clvilization, and compli.
ance with the law for the naturalzation of
SEc. 8. As a recognition of the services
and sacrifices of the missionaies, who for
the last twenty-nine years have labored to
civilize and Christianize the Indians in the
Bitter Root Valley, the RIteve d Pather
Lavalle, or tn casehe shall fail to set, then
the priest having chargeof the Saint Mary's
Mission In said valley, is hereby aqthorize4 1
to locate and pre-empt without cost, i one
body and in slcmlre form, six haunded anad
forty acres of land In.saM valley, embracing
the site of said mision church and build*
lugs: Proeided, That nothing in this section
sheall be so cestruued as to authoriae said
grant to be laid upon any land to which any
other person hase a prior or superior right
under the laws of the United 8tatss: And
providedfurtier, That amid ioesatian shall be
made witha six months after the passage
of this act.
A BILL 4
To set apart a certain tract of land lying
near thehea4 watersof the Yellowstone 4
River as a public park.
Be it enated by the S&nate and Hoeu u
Repres.a.tiew s f a United Bet. .rof Aer
,r in Vongre. aermn.aed, That the tict o
land in the Territories of Montana ant
WyonPdg. lying near the era ters o
the Yellowstone River and described as fol.
lows, to wit:'Cbnimendng at the junctior
of ardiner's Riyer wlitJ the Yellows top.
River lnd -runlng east to theIbe.iiaM t
passing ten miles to the eastward of thd
most eastern point of YeoIwmrtone Lake;
thence south along said meridian to the I
piarallel of latIiitud pasl g e iles soutt
of the most southern point of Yellowstomn
-rake theace wres aIongarit psallelt the
meridian passing fifteen miles of the most
western prn.t o :MIadeon Lake; theno
north alop said meidiin to th Ilsdl of
the juncuton at the Telow'stone and ardi
ner's Rivers; thencu es o the ilpe of
inning, is hereby reserved and withdrawr
fron settma o nIy, or sale, n; d
ground for the ismb Saa o sa of the
people; and all penrsons who phil., after the
passage of this aCt, loesteor ~absitlr tb
sme,r any t.treof, except a a
tnert'.1ived; 'la> be consider trespes.
er and removed therefrom. i
_ id ' it iJf ii lih ePagabasii.Lee
der.he excl.srn .rol of the Ul.mtorI
of uthe Interior, whose duty it shall be,
necessauryo for the
within sasd k .akand .
his discretoi n M for d
porno faUi ttI exsr YdI s
smat pra ce s eA
?,mn, Irl 4
'1i'T ~ i'.wb,'t,"I
Advices from the Capital startle tha Br
aid with the IfawrseMes that 60x. a9Ma Is
disposed to og-roll, coalesce, or, more to the
point in our Imdii dilect, "swap" with
the Democratic Counclemen in the. matter
of the appointments at his d i -b ink
an Auditor, Treasurer, Superntendent of
Publio Instruction and three Commision
ers of the losane. This may appear arW
Mag. viewed from a political eaapoint.
where an intensely radical. Rpuailcaa Ex
ecutive.bha the appointing power, sad an
equalty radical Council has the power to
confirm or reject .swah nominations as the
Governor may send to them; and while the
Herald mny eonederit sa Gubernatorial re
apse, and plt to the late Gov. Ashle as
a shining light o political consatency, we
are not diposed to bink Gov. Potts is "go
ing back" on his politieal fiends or his po
litical record in this "swapping" airange
ment, if there is any foundation for it, but
we do think that he s acting for tbh best
interest of the people, and is endea$fbring
to prevent the trouble, liti , etc., which
characterised the admiistration of Gov.
Ashley in this particular matter. It would
no doubt be vey graditu to the Repub
licans, as well as to Gov. P to have all
these osoes illed by Republicans, and
equally as agreeable to the Democratic
Council to have them all filled by Demo
crats; but. as an attempt to do either will
fall or cause endless trouble, the beat way
we can see to harmonise and prevent any
future trouble in these ofices is for the
Governor and the Council to compromise
the matter and give as honest and capable
odtcers 'hea present incumbents of the
two first named pitons suits us well, and
we believe suit tpeople. Uspt Rodgers
the Auditor, s a sterling Democra, and is
thoroughly shooest, capable and eicient.
'Mr. Hcki.a, the resent Treawrer, is as
deeply died in the Republican faith, is in
every way qualified for the posiion, and
will prove a faithful omceal.
Mare We a Heakby asn Assg mas..
It is the custom now-a days in spoeupg.
of the physical condition of the American
people, to assume that what ever character
istica belong to them are to be traced back
to women; and even the casual obserr;
perceives that we, as t people, are subject'
to various weaknesses, or disorders, the
consequence is that the delicate shoulders
of women are weighed down with a. heavy
bundle of complaints and advice. Against
this we protest It is not courteous, to say
the least; and l.ides, the assumption is
unsupported. When it comes to a matter of
healththe qOpeston is ,ot one of sex, but
one of race;, and Ialthoigh it i undoubted
ly true that no people can long maintain itl
self without healthy mothers, yet it is just
as true that no people can long maintain it
self without healthy fathers.
Have we a healthy man among us? Yes, as
Individuals, but he is not what is caAm.s, In
current talk, "the average man." This is
the land of patent medicines, and the sup
ply is equal to the demand.
There are two specific causes for the ill
health of men. In the first place every
man is trlg to get o In life. We begin
when we are boys. No one is born to a
place in society. Every one is told and feels
that be must make for himself a place. And
so, that he may step higher up he Is ean
tinually aiiuinjy t a star rather than a tree,
or often exhausts himself in seeking that
which is atll beyond him.
In the asond place, the pleasures of men
often ipuire them. The young man at col
lege rows iridielt out of health; while the
man at ,besines mistakes esoitement :or
pleasure., There must be something pun
gent and almiost acrid about even the occd
patlqssuts day,.leisaem There is so time
ia these dlay fur one to ait in the sun aa.d
sing songs. Something more is charged
upon woman. In her devotion to fashion
its said she renders herself ufit to become
a mother, . But how is it with men? Has
not indulgence as often ruined the fatiher,
as fashion the mother?.-New York Bee
-An eldirry genatle was recently
"confidenced" on a tnral rdnning into Keo.
kuk, by sharpers, who Induced him to buy
a draft (worthless) nm Buffalo for 9187 40,
he paying them to $100 bills, and they
~syhig him $10 as euang.I The con.
diactor o, the trai took the first oppottu
alty to qily suggest to the innoeent old
gentleman that he was afraid the draft was
a fraud. "Well." was the bled response
of the .htpesable greedny, "it it is any
bigger fraud thean my two one huedr_
dollar notes were, then I am not fortythrge
dollars ahea4-vbich I think I am. I am
not in the habit of dealing in counterfeit
cunency, but I always keep a littj of that
sort of stuff about me for the benefit of teat
sort of customer. .
"A good ns i .s"b.ett'rthel a aleus A
shmrwd bet uaprladldes -buaesl cd.p
lately attended the s ts o haioel Ia Olhio
. hadast. WeAkpM paekei, but he sood
cup and bid behi, mTeltraght tbousmmd
dedleus." It whakeookeddowm to iaad
'whe. tqu1esbW.anlr abdl, "h o is the
purchaser' this audacious scamp replie4
The "'Pe.nylraaia a akd". Of cosee,
be w not reqaired in person to pus mp the
maney from an lmiel bijer like that,
w,! reby hoe was !b&14 . )e. corse of a
few days to sell the wholk, spother part,
for sU4000 d.ll, o cear the dlbsrence.
Thbae patpry is pr seltd O befall of siniapp
buft f hot4 ,, r$iqn.for w rsIlm o
Wasl proablt yl li'iae
;~n ~dr~ iiilseLdrIs ai st~l r i .
nation wisthout -hittli u a.
rdblgi ,bis ai h!4g te .4I
that papa had mmdpesm so.qodcal pie
hto a..mdo, ý_a. s l _- a-tSt dIsaster
ad theo u---si _-ý_ie l-..Maki,
y e t has lee. e. B r ke
so that a IUsi sad while aurtooa
eitdwewklli as uthe
i .. '.l:. . . .
nQaO'eg 0pt is now, aptgn. ;vbit to
a Ue -1atetal_ - s u .e astie.
The 4psectaoeqpe.hasabeen brought into age
I. vicae. map g~o s . oaew and valuale
'.- dot. s beve a o fbeen few
-lone Ap strnuttamast 4rns das Eacks
devoted much as and labor to peove free
the com . called after his name, that th.re
existsa resisting medium in spa*e which
retardi Its movement. The statemeat Is
often masde tha the esseeae of atter hI
sma lees th.s demomtemlnt P._
that all other astrono ical evidences of a
resisting medium, which have bees adduced
from te to=m time, have been succelsvely
dispreved, thoam t far the 1*ins . t the
planets seem o be in s.tic accord with the
law of gravitation; and that Encke's aomet
stands alone as a strange asomely. He
shows that the eualclados heretefes made
are not inPclusve, sad rges that they
should be tested over apmn, with the prob
able result of showlag that they me not
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL,
(DEER LODGE MOUND, M. T.,)
L B.ELEOE& ..... ...............P...prir.
OPrIED onr eOaSTs SPT. 18, 1871.
tP'fio l her the plaessm oat anoo
r~te,%ewr A. d Elegantly rWlhed aBte
ituhted'at Deer lodge Mound, and provMed with
'SIgle sad Swimming Baths,
'CGreat hi.dlolnal sp itne of Montana
is now a..aptelte~d Open for sests.
Good S eablinr ea the Premfi Pleasure PaUties
fe.' Dl.asnd wa other npMait b he seried with
h bmu enad o Short lwotdio sud I First
• Game and Fis always in thelauder.
Invalids . ed with larg wel-vutiUated and
le.sis m .The Medital Vistas of thesm wa
,trs fork oamru .cotilona Compaints lepo
"oasned by emtnaet Chemlets and numerws put
who hew med them, to be easealed oe t.e.uOlti
OHllaer Sasliehsr Overland tige Use carries
dirsti to the Hotel Distance from Deer
,1 miles, ever the best read in Mesiata.
CHARGES REASONABLE. The ptronage of the
Publi is respeatteuy seolelced.
L. EELENO0ER, Propr.
Warm SpriRs. Sept. 4 18ti. le
Taosa Srass. Wu. U. ramu.asao
Stra.g & Riehardson,
TI, COPPIt AND 8uLDBurT 10 WARE,
T is, c WaaS, u Fm MutAr N moia,
aye m hmlbd aduhlt te
Largest Itook ofG1oods
eer brght o this pertsi et Meama.
SEILIN AT ENLENA PRICE.
Parlor and Cook Stoves,
Tmsh Japesmad Pressed Warm,
si@tbrblea HIisaulo i esseds,
oeaur:ais Ike a oor odiras,
4 vartesl of Tin mad Copper a .
,o· Weor POaIs'er DONE 1.cO 0M 0 A1
Ordersn and ape fmaDealer Solacited.
STRANO a rBICUARDSN.
THRASHER & HYDE
5Ons EaesD crr,...... . .
MAKE T A SPECIALTY TO SELL ONLY
GOOD WATO. ES?!
SCheep I.WatcAe. RetaileqL
0jATb meet fatrtiat Wa tches epir s a a
er sesd twesien the TrritoT, nd atinUCN
PRICES to-st the tis.
uleta buin se speintedsra arb lmqe el
tio and brillaent in snish. Please *1 ear al
sad Inspect or varIous styles.
NEGlll Eg PRESERVED,
me dmllsUes ae nhha e usa uma
Thra'her Id. d~
withdraw their lottery, .d . hen.lr-tkt
ee 1a- h - .,, l , 11" . . -. -,
SIGN OFq TlE RG IRON HORSE
l t ý 3 l "1
ID ee· f r ,( t m·· t
ffC. # i >t ;)1 ".
iata`if JJ4 gtjjeg f
w jJIIJi~rY I
Sash and Door Factory.
7 NOW HAVEE OýUR NEW MACHINERY IN
nn mpltew ur s rdear and isre prepd o do
an =! hi n wIIN aetame and dl pacb, on
Keep coaatl on bhand and dress to order, Seas
e let 1 bsamber drsro ·description.
umAOM. PLANED AND MATCHED FLOOR
ING, SEASONED PLANED SIDINGS,
tANNEL mrrTU, RT.,
LATH AND 8-INGLES,
OF EVEr SIBE AND VATTERN.
Doors, Sash and window
Always on band, or made to order.
Wood ansd Iron Turning,
And resawlg oi every description, done to order.
Ravitn the baet and most complete machblnery to
the. Trritory. and located in Murphy & (o.'s Im
maseee lamb, yard, contalning over 61.000.000 feet of
muerd so-ei lumbre we dear greater iuduce
meats to Carpeontprs aot Bllders, or those desiring
o build, tham ner mis been oRered here before.
CITY ORDERS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE.
Danoe ft Stuart.e'.
(115 Deer Lodge, . T.
DANCE 40 M URPHY.
Chas. Map.y, W. a Deoas, Oranvil Start.
Murphy & Co.,
[~Ge: Deao Stuart A Cc's]
Have Im hed and will s at reasemals rates
general assortet of lmber. inclding
Lath,, Shifnles, Eto
at their Lmber Yard, Deer LodgeClty.
l o. lumbercutto order on short notice at our
Steanm law MiI,
and vered at the mll, byour ow In Deer
Loe city orte cnrrampe;n camps, at rates that
P avss sanmro Lmnan whit. ~nw rr ni,
NýVA..s To oo.xuwCAT wrru us
arena runcmaaxe suLsamma.
Addaer or callon
Murphy ad Co.,
DEER LODGE, N. T.
rare of Dance. Stuart A Co. S6n10
LATH AND SHINGLES
OCHEAPER THA EVER !
" BRUNDY MILLS"
LWMM3E YARD, OPPOmTE MURTPTY £ CO.'&.
OFFICE, AT KLEINSCIIMIDT A BRO.'s.
SEASONED LUMBER !
OW EVERY KIND ON HAND.
BUILDING LU MBE E !
cUTr TO ORDoR ON SIORTEST NOTICE.
Delivered in Deer Lodge
:gust as pepari to asel ewsr tied iit
a5~n ere a~.
~r ~ mad' Feet! b~~~ ~·~dtt b$el
sc. C , , 5,
TO L *A RI.....L. .... j.. ?M..I( pri
' war j T: - 1 V d s>
m tw~e l *3,r hlu.ýi r hs 2 t e :-º.
ýi dRViguisjm at
i. flWIIIIDbA 00., PROPRIIoas,
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Clarke, Conrad & Curtin,
CLAR, Co nr a CURIN
CLARK, CONRAD & OUHTIN,
NO.54 MAIN STREET,
HELENA, - - - MONTANA.
IMPORTERS OF AND
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TIN AND I-HARDWARE
Glass and Queeswar. Mner.s,
WHIELER A WILSON'S
Mineral, Agricultural and
To Our Friends,
And the Trade Generally,
pAHE openinag of the summer trade affords us an.
T other opportunity of calling your attention to our
large and splendidly selected stock of Buck & Wl ight.
Brilliant and Peerless Cooking Stoves,
No.. 6 7, 8. , 10 and 1I.
New World and Dexter Plow and Spring Steel,
Cooking Stoves, Toe t'alk Steel
Beating and Parlor Stoves Anvils, VlsesBellows,
Tinware, Japanese Ware, Rasps, Hammers,
Pressed Wate, Borax, Etc., Etc.,
Building Hardware, Spria Poiut bhovel,.
Burden's Horse Shoes, G(old ans,
Burden's Mule Shoes, 10 and 1t in. Sluice Forks,
Northwesetrn Horse Nails Custom Made Picks
Iron, Nails, English Brass Nozzles,
Pcck, Drilla Square Stoel, Hydraulic Pipe. EtE.
MOWERS & REAPERS
Wood's Mower, Willow Baskat.,
Ta lor's Sulky Rakes, Baby Carriage~i
, and 4 tined strapped Baby Ola9
Hlay Forks, i,5, 19 and 1Jiuch Riubber
Grain Cradles, and Leather Belting
cythes and Snathe, . and 1 inch Hlose
Hay Kniver, Hemp and Rubber Packing
Brush Scythes, Babbitt Metal,
Spades, UnIon Washing Machines
Stiff Point Shovels, Home asthing Macldnes
lHoes, Garden Rakes, Novelty Clothes Wringer
Mower and Reaper . Fluting Machines
Grass and Grain Seetions, Sash uews
Section lilve, ete,, Circular Mill Saws
10. 12 and 14 In. Plows, Cross Cut Saws
Tabs, Buckets, Droodis, Whip Saws
Washlboard, Uard Wood,
Wooden Bowls, " , tM and lIneh
Butter Moulds, Gas Pipe
Butter Ladles, House Furnishing Goods
Well Buckets, Etc. Etc. Etc.
WWA tremendous stock of Tin, Japan and Pressed
i An IUmmense stock of Glass and Quecnaware.
SO'Copper, Tin and Sheet Lroe work done In the
best poseslle manner.
The whole of Our Immense Stock
was bought for NET CASH and is now offered very
low to the trade.
WLOrders solicited and leld at lowest cml rates.
Moat iespectfully soliciting an inspection of our
stock and prices, we are
CLARKE, CONRAD & CUETIN,
105 heleas, Montana.
New Goods New Goodr
New Goods New Goods
New Goqds N.oew Goods
New Goods New Goods
New Goods New Goods
Just Received Just Recaived
Just Received Just Received
Just Received Just Received
Jast Reelived AT Jest Received
F. B. MILLER'S
Main St., Deer Lodg., M. T.
A large sad varuled assortment, cousltlag in pert
a general stock of shelf and heavy
A RD W ARE,
dal.,.ic . .-au.l.
A Iwbe wilibe cloda;
LAOW= T AIrul WPI s.
Oeim a 1 t bewLoe pwsebgi. ..
JM l b emeaat, FasWb am.m
"wet, .ttt m PM` lU t e a t tN
14 aacc o.,
I iýi i , .i !.
The f4gft Ig-e.a1c I 'overy I
SEundireds f Thousands u
S Dear t,.tlnony to their 'Wo:.,;r. "
C2 taut Curat.vo Eltectu. ' .,
..d WHAT ARE THEY?':'
O THEY AIM NOT A VILE .
Made of Peor Ram, Whliske, Proof
Spirits and Ref.se LIquors doctored,spicerl
and sweetened to please the taste, called" Ton,
les,""Appetizers," " Hestorcrs," ac., that least
the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicine, made from the Native Roots and
Herbs of California, free from all Alcoholc
Stimslaute. They are tV'4 IEAT BLOOD
PURIIFIEI nn:| LIFE I(IVIN( PRIN.
CIPLE . Iri-'vt I tenovator and Invigorator of
tae System,carrylng off nil poisonous matter and
restortng the blood to n healthy condition. No
person can take theose Bitters according to direc.
ItI : and romainlon:g nwyl.
IFor Tnflamanuntory anud Chroie Rhoe.
maiattlem Wqqd (sont, i)yspeptan or ladl.
.sctiou, liltous, ltemtittest and liter.
r:!ttnt FPeverr, Dimse-.se of the Bleed,
litner, Klt ays+, and Jllttdter. thesce Bit.
tors havu been most succeessftt. .uck Die.
camea are caused by Vitlnte I Bleod, which
is ge:orally produced by d.rann.ment of the
DYMPEP1SIA OtR I.NDIGEITION.
Headache. Pain irn the Sihoulders, Coughs, Tight.
:.'s of the Cheat, Disuineas, Boor Eruactat!ons of
the Stomach, Bad taste in the Mouth Bilious At.
taoks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
the Lungs,Patn in theregiona of the Kidneys,and
a hundred other painful symptoms, are the uto.
springs of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpidliver and bowels, which render them of un
equalled efflcacy in cleapsing the blood of all
impurities. and Impartag new life and vigor to
the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions,Tstter,
Salt ltheaum.Blotehes. Spots, Ptmples, Pustules.,
Bolls, Carbuncles, Mug-Worms, Scald-Head, Sore
lyes, Erysipelas, Iteh, Saeur, Discoloration of
the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
andearried out of the system in a short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such
eases will conviaoe the most incredaulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you ad
Its Impurities bursting through theskin InPim
ples, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse it when yor.
Sad it obstructed and sluggish in the veins;
olease it when It is foul, and your feelintags will
tall you when. Keep the blood pare and the
health of the system willtfollow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are efreetually
destroyed and removed. For ftll directions, read
earelly tihe elreular around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. B. H. McDONALD
CO., Druggists and en. Agen. Ats, San Franietseo,
Cal,, and M and SI Commerce Street, New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DIALIS..
In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of
the Territory of Montana, in and for the County of
A. Green, plintiff, against lVm. Itomtane, defendant.
-Action brought in the ltitrict ('cout of the Se.
ond Judicial Dij.trit of the Territory of Montana
la and for the county ot I..er Lodge, n thie uflice of
the Clerk of said District Court.
The ;,eople of the Territory of Mont.uut, setl greetinLu
to William fromane, defendant.
VOU ARE HEREBY REQUIIRED to appear in an
ictifon trought against you by tile Arbve nymod
Yll ltlff In the District Court of the Secolnd Judicinl
DIiriet of the Territory of Montana in and for the
county of Deer Lodge, and to anlwer the (complaintllii
within ten days. [exclusive of the day of .,rvic..l af.
ter the serviceon you of this summons, if served with.
in this county; or. if served out of this c:nlty, Fllt in
this distrlet, within twenty days: otherl i;e within
forty days. or judgment by default will hbe tktnn
against you, according to the prayer of said complaint.
The maid action is brought to obtaiu it decree of this
court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgag-. cexc
cuted by the said William Homane on the il (lay of
April, A. IP. 1871, to seoru the paylenilt itf a coltati
ptomin.ory note, dated April , 1871, made by the sald
Wm. Rtomnae for the sunl of $Olo. payable six mouths
after the date thereof, to Alfred Greeni or order : that
the premises conveyed by said mortgage, to wit: Lit
-No. one, if] in block No. two, (2) on the North side
of Main street, In 1' hiillilburtl, IDeer I.odge comeity.
M. T.. together with the huildings lnd inlprovtements
thereto belonging, may be sold, ani tule pruoceeds ap.
plied in the payment of said debt and cost,. and scrh
other and further relief as the Court may Clus.t in the
And you are hereby notified, that if you fi'il to ap
pear and answer =aid complaint as above rqulirtul, the
said plaintiff will appiy to the court for the re'lif de
matndd in the said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the District
Court, of the Second Judicial i)iDtrlct of the
(L.B] Territory Montana, in and for the County
of Deer Lodge, this 10th any of Janulllry in the
year of ouar r one thousand eight hmndred
13Sl.d O, B. O'BANNON, Clerk.
" N o. 73.j
Application for Patent.
U. S. TAND OFFICE,
R.ItA ,M. T., November0th, 1th 171.
NOTICE IS 8 EiIEBiI (UIVEN that William K.
" Winchell. James Hf..+buckle and Samuel Mar
shall, have this day made apldieatkin for patent under
the act of Congress approved July 0th, 1870, for the
following described tract of land as a Placer Mining
Claim, to-it: The south-west quarter of the soath
west qarter of section two, and the msouth-east qust
ter of the south-east quarter of section three, and the
north-st qnarter'of the north-east quarter of section
tea, and thetomth-west quarter of the north-west quar
ter of section eleven. all In Township No. nine, north
of range Range No. thirteen west contalilng an area
of one undred and and sixty acres. The adjolingclaim
at.t, these promises are Hlenry A. Gruwell ad Daniel
W. Uruwqli. This claim is more fully described by the
notice d diagram filed in this ofilce, copies of which
are conspicuously posted upon the premises claimed.
1 ADD. I. SAND)EIfS,
1-188 Register of Laud Ofiie.
Sn_ PVM Court of Montana, Second Judicial District
x't i inttery of Loeis * Coleman, bankrupts-In
A. in bankruptcy has been slsued by
- sad toutg.m ainst theM estate of MamaDel Lewis
aned Itw. t.sl p coparto era eier the ,snipe and
tef Lon"sa ce omianof the o dty of Teru Lodge
sa thus.tay of Montana, is sidi lstrulet of Mon.
"A-=a-ga n es banknrupts upon the petition of their
tote, thee' paym.oaft of any deht -and tihe de
llerty of al tyiepJ eog i p a soaaidhakrupts, to,
.lem or tot.L use and the tripfer of any property
ctdraof libakrnpte, tn ro~u their dbts stud
co- me'eor amoreasuignaee*'6r taior' estate will be
huat aCourtof Bnktrnsy,1 to be held astirh is
city In the countyof Madiso in sa mid Territory anth
DiIselot of Mentanar on the idayd'ofsh Jawu r 1%..
.u)..e:€,._ m., of said dr a.t .Io~ q Tao
_am}', oa'MntYcreel of safd towl. d; .. . ..
iSStd By Jon (Umw, Deputy.
I..tl.partmant to mllnerm.
,fSGt Mteey , of -ontsh, 1
- ot.m!ý P y pi8elon i4 the Territory that is legally
. .uacf ehamam lls.gsief slanoney. for patent
,i ss O ad s ts " matskd when the prelim
t:wlmell Iqaaias t blfofo we at the
w addressme eel5sun, f usees ., cailupon
1o ha T-res f t s ,a of .1.a n sation.
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