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A BATTLE WITH BJUFFALO.
Starved Crow Indiane Stampede a Herd of 4,000 into the yellowstone. From the Cbs lo Times. An oficer of the regular army, who left Fort Keogh, Montana,ten days ago,arrived in the city on Thursday evenong, and is the guest of friends living on Prairie avenue. The ofeoer traveled by buckboard from the Yellowstone river to the end of the North ern Pacific railrad near the Little Missouri river, and thence eastward by rail. Couriers had arrived at the post before his departure, bringing the latest intelll genoe (fom the Crow Indiana, who were then absent from the Oamp, or agpoyon a grau buffalo bunt. The news brought in by the oourier was very exciting. They re late that after riding over the mountain for two days the Crows came upon a Aen herd of buffalo in a narrow valley near the Yellowstone. There were four hundred Indians and four thousand buffaloes. 'la Crows had been forced by the fear of star vation to take to the chase, and the keen hunger they were suffering only sharpened their eagerness for a tilt with their fellow nomads, the noble bison. The game stam peded down the valley in the direction of the Yellowstone. The chase was hotly fol lowed, half a hundred buffaloes biting the dust before the river was reached. One of the most vehement of the pursuers, who had distinguished himself for bravery in two or three fights with the Sioux, fell from his pony in the midst of the flying herd and was trampled to death by the frantic beasts. Toe Yellowstone, a roaring rushing river even at the lowest tide, was booming with the regular summer freehet. the outpour of the melting snows in the high moun tains. Wjien the river was reached the game made a bold stand, and for a time it seemed doubtful which held the mastery ; bat the incessant fusilade from 400 rfles, together with the desperate proximity of the formidable battalion, drove the herd in dismay into the roaring torrent. Beside themselves with the excitement of the mo ment, the Indians urged their ponies into the stream, unwilling that even a ood should spoil their fruated sport or out them eff from tbeli game. The territe corent, made tumultuous fro the bug piles of roek here and there is the 4banel, widred oufaloes, ponies and Indiamalong at a be wildering veletry, uatil the thousands of beasts were rolling and writhing in inextri cable confusion. In the disy evolutions of horses and riders the latter were left to struggle for themselves in the water and to be jammed to death between the sara tog masses of drowning beasts. Some who foresaw the danger in time and turned shoreward foud safety on terra firm, but those who ventured hr enough to be em braced by the resistless tide, and to become envolved in the tangle of struggling a*i male, were all drowved. The story brought to the post was that thirty Indians and fif ty ponies were drowned,besides 50or 1,000 buffaloes. Inqutry at military headquarters in this city elloted from Col. Sheridan the infor mation, oorroborative in part of the forego. log narrative, that the Crow Indians had aten up all their food and gone out af ter game. The dispatch conveying this intelli ogence to military headquarters gave no particulars, out intimated that the Indians were desperately hungry. .. . . m - - . . . W hat Has Happened Sinco ie.o. 8 Lippincott' MaNsulne. It is not too much o say that no gress invention whloa bad not its begintning in d the decade of 1840-50 has appeend in the Ii pas thirty years. In that period ooonrred II the most signal dvelopment of the appli- b eatio of obemastry to mnuafaoture and agrioultre; an ermous expansion of b oommeOse sad oessa tsamebips; the di - o covery of ether;and the perfbtion and difruesiof a e of di meestpeulos em* - tributonv ser made ht the welfae ol " mankind. I 's only ma4 riles ol rairoead had beens sopleted Is the United State.; I In '0 they ad beend erd w trebled--818 ; 's U'4 they had bes mes erl qsadape- t 8,,7U. In '8 Boson swas consented with Woreseter, and Wanlagtos with Bell sore; Ifrem Pilelpi the traveler eold go no farther west by rail than the ' sasqutms aat ElnibtI. In 'M ri.os.on bronsh aver the propeller to these hoep- I te blsheo e. In '4 the Canard tlo .. osn steamer. was established, but for a time side-wheeles wese toleratd. The I aret regular ship the Britan, reaobed i otonafter a trip of femrtes days and eight boes. Mor's telegraph, after ain offers as both sides of the Aantlno,, at I last suobidlsd by our own governmestnd in '44 eommunloties was opened between Baltimore and Washington. " What bath God wroughtr' signalled Morn at the Capital to Alfred Val at Baltimore. The news diepatebed to the pres by seoaroa-l graph, or magnetio telegraph, were Ue gre, while publi patronage was so timid that the wits of the day made fun of a de lighted father in Baltimore who " wired " he ews of the birth ofa grndeo to a postomoe ooidl at the capotal-"as if the mail were too slow" at twety miles a hour. in April. '40, Goodyear was in the debtor's prison, a lodging almost a feasd tar to him as his own bom, In Boston ; be had the year before found the else to the velossaslng of rubber; but the prooess was not redaoed to a ortainty till '44. At about the same ime the Meoralk reaper was oosdrmag the rndepedesc of the New World of the Old as a granary. As late a '8-4 wheat bad been imported into bhe United tesa horm Patdgal and ta Baltic. The awing maebhe devised by Blies Bowe .n '48 was petead 'd4, bobse importance of this nvetl was aot faly reali.d or m .e than a dases ves afern - ward. The daguerrotype dues emh 'A, and In '40 the asepesltalg r. Plae taking lIinkesss in Boston, with snesems for several month. rl years ln ter isgaeres we to be fosed na onlb in that city, but is New York. Phladel pbti, Batiaoeed Waington, sad seev Dussne, Iowa. Finary, J3i 4'7, tic patent was eeoa smr 'eiMghinsges-ss with Impruesion euindes, the type rev lig as a ceiseatr bed,iad a printing .ape tty at ten i twel4 theasdI Itpresiss as hour. abal . In uI ll n ri LammeL I ha cunselt! re pposite bes lady I eep*relb 4 tb ps s g es who tobe sore thep balf esp as oiesws. I heard "Marti amaibig aesamono. TM esort Airhee m Ier msmes. Teamu cs tewni losr hoeaLm OWed her she 2esic ~ -:-~I.-. .i ..1_ A RELIC OF THE ATALANTA. it Her Fijurehead Found Floatng in the Atlantic and Pieked Up. St. Johnas orr. New York HBertld The British barkentine, Girl of Doves, Captain Grant, arrived here this morning H from Plymoath, England, after a passage U of 27 days. She brought in with her a large, white, painted figurehead, which the captain sarms to be unmistakeably the ei head of the ill-starred trahiing ship Atalan ta. Your correspondent went on board the barkentine this morning, and, in company t with Commander Robinson, Royal Navy, b examined the figurehead. In aooardance s with the ordinary scale tt would fit a ship ranging from 700 tosOOtoo. It is the gure of a goddess, and very similar to fig- b uars of Diana and Atalanta, as represnted by Roman and Greek mythologiste, It is a three-fourths lengths figare, with a ouro- t net fillet on the head. The robes that flow loose and gracefully over the figure are T gathered by a bookle above the knees and b a few inches below the figure is truncated uj and takes a fluent, trunk-like shape whee re it entered the ship's entwater. As a con siderable reward has been offered by the British Admiralty for any authenticated fragment of the missing ship, Captain Grant will retain his prize until be reaches England in his own vessel. Meantime C Commander Robinson has made a crayon sketch of the figurehead, which will be immediately forwarded to the British ad. miralty, togethe* wit full explanatory B particulars. In a eearefully-executed sketch of the Atalanta that appeared in the Lon- 0 don 1mws of sme 24th of last April, now ly ing before me, the figurehead, as there rep resented, is, as to pose of body, redooed scale, esie and all essential features, the the same as that now on board the Girl of Devon. When Captain Grant first saw the floAting agure, about a quarter of a mile distant, there was a seagull perohed on the bust. The position of the ship at the time was latitude was 480 12' north, longitude 220 80' west. One noticeable feature about the figurehead is the evidence of great vi oleone, either by collision with ice or with floating wreckage. The large metal bolts that testened it to the cotwater ae rudely bent and broken, indicating the application of a trememdoes shook to the bows of the shbip, and the lower pers of the figure is Sbroken nd splintered, which tends to strengthen the story of collision. The Fasting Doctor. The papers all over the United States con. e tao aeonunts about Dr. Tanner. The fol d lowing is a telegraphic dispatoh from Mi. it neapolis, Minnesota, and will be of some interest : Dr. Tanner is a well-known character in . this city, where he has gained some noto. t riety sines his fast of 49 days, made to this city two years ago, He is reported as a Sman much given to bobby-riding, and, though possessed of more than average o ability and great acquirements in his pro -. fession, has not devoted himself much to - the practice of medicine, giving more of his 4 time to the temperance cause and to die oussions in the Liberal League, a society of athelsts,rationalists, etc. More recently p he has given his time almost entirely to reserbch and correspondence on the subject of long continued abstinence from food, in which capacity he beeame a newspaper of floe nuisance with his inevitable bundls of manuscript. Love of notoriety is not the t least of hiseooentrioities. An unusual ten n deacy to socumulate fat when his appetite e is given unrestrained sway first led him to I limit his diet, by whloi means be reduoed - himself from 900 to 160 pounds, and those d who are familiar wth his habits asrtthat I he e.ts searesly enough in 34 hoars to make one ordinary-sied meal. He has boarded Shimself in lodginls daritg most of the -time e b has resided here, It has og b f a hebby of Tasser that abstiamoa from food was the suret.remedy for bodily all meats, snd is his own e he hasu regular ly prastedit, oftn panrsinlg a policy of Sthis kad for 13 days. h On theooasda that be is smld to have . 'ahsalnod from food for 4 dasp he was un S6er the srvellasse, of Dr. Mayer, who heas -no dolbt that he homsetly lived withoat , eSting fod during tt time Dr. Mayer ·. statd yeterday that the haraeterletie do - velopmoat durlng the mease are those en sia oastnd by him befoms, sad hebeh no . pprehesios . for Dr. Teaer's nfot and SI for his ulla int eseoss in his enperiment. SI The posset iy ci the thing was a serprise I to his, but be easuot doubt its aoo Splbshmmt. Dr. Mayer deesu the physi doises and helpmrs will and Dr. Tanner an aurul potiset, who watll have his owa way th in the master, aod will not be thwarted in he his purpos. Thoe who know the doetor be have no doubtthaSt he will eommplish his. - terrible task, umsseubJeeted to unnele- ar- ey and unusual annoyas s, cate of the Handl. A writer for an eastern esbhage sys : It does ot lods wwa bh look the worst do the moet work; but it may prove that the hands have been trated oaelessly, and I might sey, erioly. For lstaunce, when a woman plunges her hands into hot water till they look like boiled lobs~ter, or Wlal hold the hadles of bot keitles, or atros, ausing tm to be come like some people's eonesenee, "sared s with a hot Iron." How it looks to rn a well-draessed lady, with hands all brns, soratebes or arg e I have woaened If they did not almost wish they oould take them of and leave them at hbome when ever they went into ompany. Have plea. y c soft, thiek boldes ear the steve to tae bold of the Lanies d heator pes. to bring In wood, work to he gardes, aor to pat a when you swep, that yaour hads may noet become lloes. If they are lia ble to apinse plal y of glyailu.eor wese thee with ve.sgar, and when you s dow stme grator, rub theas wish sapbor, and will ma thme e soft sed abl that y will be mebled to head the aseset fer wleit ito asdmeesg t ear die r.& Ipf u70s wer 1* wtIt .at rbem, me jasr e Iar seesp whskU is al m ist Ia Idmfe e remedy. Ksep a bottle with a byw a!e T dait r qualie iSd di solved in Itypd marked poises, wisewbere ye haers bees sen aespat sapor old garments, se a few draps a the stlsed pertds ad they wll dmp9ree. If yps a. is the habt et seapleg the pass pnr s with ySar ser ail, detao 1b-saeers gils; but haep mni LeM t fer that per pns Iletsstalshe seedcat f narLp beidsd pr uer p unt d a see foar pyewe at*e aed fo, year eate.t gai ypr essees. e1e I r*am r~i F ug mm·"~ 12~ t,two persons can easily stand o it and be beyond eah other's reach. I To go out of the Loom with two legs and some ia with sll. Not dibolelt tf one thinks to bring a obhair along on the return to the room. 8. To act the dumb servant. The per on who bas the Sorfeit to pay must act out theo answers to the qeestio(m put by the ma--ter of oeremouia, as " Row do on make bread'" ' Hw do you eat sou t?" eto. This forfeit will cause much merri ment if proper questions are put. 5. Pet one hand where the other cannot r touoh it. One can get out of thbi diiculty by putting one hand on the elbow of the other arm. 5. Place a pencil on the floor so that one cannot Jump over it. This may be done by putting It olos to the wall of the ioom.. 6. Put a question that no once can an swer with a `n oo." This is not bhard if one thinks to ask " What does y-e-s spell ?" 7. Put yourself through a keyhole. This was a great pussle to us for a wile, but when the word yourself was written upon a pieoe of paper and pushed through the bole it was clear. Why a Letter Doesn't Go. The Cineinnati Boturday Night publishes the following reasons why a letter doesn't go: Because you forget to address it. Because you forget to stamp it. Because you forget to write the town or State on the envelope. Because you used a stamp that had been once cancelled. Because you out out an envelope stamp and pasted it on your letter. Because you used a foreign stamp. Because you wrote the address on the top of the envelope, and it was surely oblitera ted by the Post-Ofoe dating, receiving and cancelling stamp. And because you put your letter in a blank envelope and sealed it,and forwarded it to-the Dead Letter Office, where thous and upon thousands of valuable letters are daily destroyed because people are either eareless or ignorant of postal laws. And to the above we would add a few reasons why an answer dou't come: Because you do not sign your name. Because you sign it so indistinctly t can a. be read. Beasse you do not give name of Post Odoo Because you do not give the name of the oounty. Because you do not give the name of the State. Because you write with a penoil, which is rubbed off and illegible. Because you use ink so pale and dim it cannot be read. Because you write so poorly no one can read it. Because you do sot enelose stamp to pre pay postage on the answer. OMAR 6INKS HENRY T. HOWLIS. W SINKS & ROWLES, , COSMOPOLITAN .A.LOON Door Lodge - , - - Montana. B K. REIOLBS BOURBON WI1T A SPECIALTY. a Only the Best Brands of WINKS, LIQUORS and SMOARS Wilt be eered OWDrop In and sample he .Ooods... 1 SINK s D OWLMt, trop Doer Lods, Jan. R. U1Q NEW GOODS8 - AT -- M. BIEN'S i Furniture Store Main Stre.et, Deer Lodge. *artme" arme s ats everry descriptso, 001Av. Io sOC 0P r .tear so parl of PARLOR SUIITS, EID-ROOTI SUms, LOUNGES, mIRROBS, BRCIKES', CORNICES, MUSICAL CASIdNN , PIANO STOOLS, BEDDING, mTmHE1S, WOVEW WIRE AND SPRING IATItirSES. CALL AI EXAMIME IT STOCK H. O. W RD. JOHN BUNN Kentucky Stablesi I18, FEED AID lIrnT, onoma xasueis v Deer Lodge - Montana. Ward & Duan, Prop's. HMmO u IQ05 AND TEA3D. Dr pesi /rr .s Us- £dsmd sdee eppflabd A So re of FatreagSe Is Respst" s lsostwnd W m. Coleman & Co., DEER ISOZG, yUT! PHILIPSBURG. 01S.is In STOBACCOS, N (c 2na ~trpr9 - T'HE NEW ENGLAND ORGAN COMPANY. IC.L t Is ' S nufactres seven octave instrument. MISS C. P. LTNCý)Lj, M Psr Coof i e. Moft t rans. Diebold Safb_ = Lock C2ompanv. The Diebold Safae Preserve Thao U~nbroken Record! NW THE GREAT CONFLTAGRATIONS S1NT DAKEOTA And other States and Territories. JOHN W. NORRIS, SMamnager Westers and Southern Departments, 67 8tcte St., Chicago. R ad the following TESTI MONIAL.S from well-known and Reliable men : Dsaswnon, D. T., October 4th, 181 ., JeIs W. Sovss. EUa,. Ideseral Agdet Diebold dafe CaO., Cbigo: I' Bir--Beewlth we give you order fora s o. 8 Firs-Prooof ate. being a depl.ste of the one per cbdfou .lst year. Our old ter passed suc ou lly through the Desdwood Fire. falling from the secod story nt the basement or the hlatin, where it lay and roasted for three da',e before It was sum etenty col to be haulld.n.n oeming it, the con tents of the Mate were f cd to be In perfect preerva CLAGRTT A DIXON. Daeuwooo, D. T., October 3d, 1879. J os W. Nuoan.s, eneral Agent, 57 State Buareet, Chicago: De-r Sir-At the time of the Firs whlrh destroyed our town we wers eslug one of your Vault Doors I and on1t your Berglar-Iroof lms, both of which were hsubected to a very severe test, and stood it perfectly. The contents came et Intact and tn per ferteondition. We regard your work as good as any iROWN 1 TIU, Beankers. A DanwwooD, D. T. October Id, 1859, Jouw W. Woueas, Vice President. Chicago, Ill.: Swr 84ir-On the 16th of teptember, when the city of Deadwood was almost totally destroyed by ire, we bad In olur oce a No. . D.erld .a.M e, the contents of whicb were found to be to as good coa diltos as wheb placed In the ate.s Very rsspettally, oew obedlet seranrt el KENNON & ZENOR, CORNER OF FIRST AND C STREETS; Deer Lodge, - - Montanh. B mfuMatus of an D malur in TIN, C~OPPER TiN -AND SHEET - IRON WARE, - (o)--- OOOING AND HEaTIG STOVES -OF THE Celebrated Albany Manufacture. QUEENSWARE. CUTLERY, B, OUHSE.PURNISHING GOODS, SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWAKE. Tools, Implemets, Eard Wood and a. All Hydraulic Appliances. 1K 0 PIPE, IOZIL ,Etc, E All Goods Sold at Reasonable Rates. Having Imported this masse a large stock of gssdsoltheahove use, bought for cash at lowest aarhk metes tram Srot ba. we mse ° p to supple eseames t low a rates m d to mstle facto with all articles we sell. We have also espet workm. a omplete rase Iacurluug estahtlhmest. sad will do owork of all kinds promptly to srtsrsble prces alr oth. 18s0 a.4 UyIbn~L.ta( V 1880. : 4880. 1880. CO M 3IN3 ED BENTON P LINE I Eight 'Pfn Steamers. huIt dhs i ' I y A on-Cheap Ratons Pit ' '1astOippipabte Riding. U- ss em VOS SLA... a.. o a..m4 s........... &li~P~ge~:~~l~: -~l~ ull~~L I·l~g bsnmi WOOL Commis- ion Merchants, 98 Federal Street, Boston, ]ss.,, Give esperial attentun to the bandllog of MONT 4NA WOOLS. Consignments Solicited. Liberal Caiha Advances Made. gWAll letters of Inantry promptly answerad. A WOOL! I am purchasing agent IN MONTANA, For several Eastern Wool Dealers An M nuf1acturerS t nd m prepared to pay the Full Market Prioe For all the Wool in Montana. y! g p4lnNrl l offce will he at (Helena. COR RElPuNlDINC 8l 0OCIT D. E6U Paris Gibson. EMPEROR p a L Imported Clydsdale Stallion. The servioes of the Imported Clydesdale Stallion, IEpln eror, will be olered to the public for the S Meason of 1NO 1 at my breed farm, near Helena. Montana, at the low pcris of lor thea season, or to Insure. Ped It re: e a Imported apaer tlydeedaleI, bred by Mr. leb Stewaud, Och itree iaU, Unllthlowlthire, eotlod out of his prise mare, Nease [Nancy), winner o a many prises t Scotland and dam of many prse at. male, was got by Lut han Tom. lmperor was got by Vanqasber, halt brother to Rlntain Itobbi. winner of irst prise at Dumfries Highland Society Show, beating the Prince of Wales the only 1 time he was beaten. Vanquisher got by a01 Be.tuam ; by Old Rob Roy. Umperor galied the rat prie as a yearling at Lin thlgow ; the £40 price at Brampton, Scotland when three yars old, and the Bar prte at the teena Mota. , Pair in 187l. SEmperor i a beaotifal dapple hay with black legs,* e rs.. ld this srng, stands 17 hands high and weighs Baln pounds. He was Lmpoated from botland Is 1i7 wby Hon. C J. Douglas.. oak Ridge, canda, I Ia a eoaseto4 Good pestarge will bhe frnished free and the beat p o care taken of tok left in our charge, but will .tbe acoeotable for any accidents. Breeders are Ivited to call and eramine the horse. i O. B. F. POTTS. Eac/a, M T., March . 18. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District ot the Territory of Montana, in and for the county of DLer lodge. ~Thoma M Lowrv and Sil. IP. King, Plaintlffs, vs Timothy Kelley, Defenatlnt. The t.ople of the Perritory of Montana send greet Ing to Timothy Kelloe. Defendant. You are h'ereby required to appear In an action broughtharalnst yon by the above ,iame.d plaintiffs is the District Court of the Secund Judicial District of the Territory ot Montana, in and for the county ot Deer Lode,s. and to answer the comulaint ied there in withinu ten days. (exeJusive of the day of service] after the service on vou of this summons. It served within this county: or if served out of this county, but in this diatrict. within twenty days: otherwise within forty days; or rudgiment by defullt will be taken against you, aco'rding to the prayer of said cocuplaint. The said action i brought to recover of you the sum of 1,900 with interest at the rate ou ten per cent per annum from this date. Said aLm is alleeed to he due and owing irom you to plaintiffs upon your cer tain promissory note. made, executed and delivered to J A Murray on the 4th day or eptember, 1819, and afterwards for a valuable consideration duly as signed to plaintiffs. by the terms of a hich yoea prom. iser to pay plaintitif on demand $700, antd for the further sum it #1.*O money loan. d to you at your special instance land request on the lst day of August, 1t79, and tor costs i.f suit And you a-e hereby notifled that, if you(t fall to ap pear and answer saMIt cmplinut as above requiirrd, the said plaiutil will take a detault and judgment against Jou fur said imws above named ano for interest and costs of sut. tiven under my hand and the seal of the Dis trict court ot the Second Judicial I iltrict of the Territory ot Montana, in and tr the I [SaAL,] county of Deer Lodgethis 4th ida) of August. hi. the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty. hundred and . W. iRVIN, II, Plerk. BY A. S. HUre.as, Deputy Clerk. A. I Marauw, PYlantif's Attorney. Administrator's Sale of Real and Personal Estate. Notice is hereby givea', that in pursuance of an or der of the Prohbate Court of the County of Deer Lodge, Territory of Montana. made on the Sith day of May. 18 .in the matter of tile estate of ieorge I. Sample, deceased, the undersig.ed, the admilnis trator of the esta e said deceased. will sell at public auction, to the highest oidder, for cash, currency of the Unuited State. and subject to conurmatiun by said i'obate Court, on Saturday. the 21st day of August, 1850, at 9 o'clock, m. at the front door c1t the Butte Stewery in the city otf utte in the county of Deer lodge. all Ibe right, tile, interent and estate of the said deceased at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has by operation of law or otherwise. acquired other thln or in addition to that ut the said deceased at the time of death, iu and to all those certain lots, pieces or par eels of land situate, lying, and being in the said county of Deer Lodge, Territory ot Minmtaua, a.d bolunded nd described as tollows, to wit: 'tit uin divided one halt of lots No. 41, alid 45 in block 7:; the indivitded one-third of lots No 10. 11 anid 12 in Block 1i. Ail atcordig to the ofticial survey ,it the town site of Butte in said county. now on tlk ilL the contUty clerk'sa ,ttie. Also a lot of pc rsonUil estate consistting of beer kegs, bar fixtures, chairs, one three ttln:h taiuo, two setLs lEa hltIUie-+. iSo tllulCi of the real ecstate will be sold as will be sufficient to pay' the dcbts to the said deccased. TerLler and coiwu.itosi olt Stle: Cash currency of the Lncted States. l)Ded atexpeune ot pu:ctlaacr. lthlDyIHlt'K h. +LKabUlN, Admoinistrator of the staite it said deceased. July 22, 1i U. Order to Show Cause. In the Probate Court in and for the County of Deer Lusge, Territory ot Montana--In the matter of the estate of TBhomas W O'Clnnour, decased. Federick K. tileascil, the administrator of the es tate of Thomas II. O'Connlor, deceased, havint" died his petition belern pray ilg or ani order ot sale of the persuoal and reale tate of sa'd deceased, for the purposes therein set torth, It is theretore ordered by the Judlge of said court that all persons interested in the estate ot said deceased, appear betloe the said C'ourt on baturday, thLe 2 It day of AU'a.t, tied). at 10 o'clock in the tluenouni of said dlay, at tilhe Court toom of Paid Court at the Court lHouse in the town and County of Iker Lodge, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said adminuistrator to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as shall he be necessary. [igned) OtRREN EMERSON, Probate Judge. Uated July ith, 15t10. 7-4t Public Sale of Real Estate at Butte City Montana. I will offer at public sale in front of the banking houseut Dounell, Clark & Larabie, in the town of Butte, Montana, on Saturday, the 7th day of August, l~s, at 0 o'lock p. m., the tollowing real estate, belonging to the estate of U. C. Wiebbuld, declaaed, to-wit : S Ltes on Lower Main street, SLots oat hast Broadway, 3 Lots otn Upper Main swreet, all In the moat promi nent and deslra le part of Butte City. A so, the Gold Btill quartz lode, The tavLin Water Ditch, A large .torehouae ant fire-proof cellar, situated in the towu ot Silver Bow. 2 large ditches conveying water from Divide creek to the placer linaes titaSbllver Bow. Also a valuable placer mining an erest near Silver Bow. 5717-t WM. A. CL B1tK, Executor. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Preston lcett. deceased. Notice is hereby given by the underastued, admin istrator of the estate of Preston ScotL, deceased. to the creditor. and all persons having claims a.ainst, the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neressar) vouchers within 4 mouths after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the city of Butte, in the county of Deer Lode. PATRICK TALE T, Adm'r of the estate of Preston Scutt, deceased Dated July 8, I.W0. 574 5p Aotice to Creditors. Estate of Hugh B. McCleery, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, admin istrator of the estat.e t IH. B. Mctleery. decreud, to the credilors of,aud all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhiblt them with the necessary vouchers within 4 mouths after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the Valley poatoflce, in the said county of Deer Lodgie, TIsiMaS Fr)ttD, Adm'r of the estate of Hugh B. McCle: ry, d.criaed. Dated July 8, litiL. 575 5t NOTICE TO CREDI20ItO, state of Jacob &hbimoley, deceased. Nodres is hereby given by the undersigned admitie trator of the estate of Jacob Schimoley, deceased. to the creditors of. and all persons having claime against, the mid deceased, to exhibit them wtth the recessary vouchers within ten months after the Brat publicatioo of this notice to the said adminslatrator at the town of Deer Lodge. In the coaunty of Deer Lodge. FREDtifItK Z. GLBAtSON, Adminiltrator of the estate of Jacob eichLmoley, de easaed Dated June 21, O00 5318-lt Notioe of Final Entry. U. 8. LasD OmscL, HEstanl. M. T.. Joly S., 108s0. Notice isto hereby given that Benjamin T. Ua usawbite, who hled Pre-eanption Declaratory Statement No. 8.,5 for the W . of SW A of Section in T. 4, N of i 11 W, has iled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and secure final entry thereof. and that said proof will be made hetore the Probate Judge of Deer Lodge county, M. T., at his ooe toin the town of Deer Lodge on Monday, August 10 A D. 1880. and a hearing had at this ofice on Wednesday,September 1st, A.D. Itie, at 10 o'chtck a. m., to determine as to the right of said claimant to cuter said tract of land. Said claimant names the following witneases to prove his contianuose residence upon and cultivation of said tract to-wit: James O'Boyle. John P. Thomas, John (lark and Daniel Thomas. all of Warm Spring puostoce, Deer Lodge county, . T. J. H. MOI, T577-t Register. Notice of Desertlon. Notieeis hereby riven that my wife Carrie Uhler having deserted me and left my reach at mouth of ilk Oreek on theMd of July, 110, without any proper cause or provocation, I will not hereafter be responsible for any debts of her contracting. and all perswos are hereby duly warned arnaint truating her on my account. CONRAD UBIRII, a57-4t Yreka. M. T. Notice for Settlement. Noties is hereby give that we are now closing our Phillpehorg House and the bosiness will he settled up immediately. All peraonsindebteded to us are re apatelBy reqmated to call and settle ou or before August 11,1980. as after that alf accounts will be placed in the bands of an attorner for esliectmon and oues will accrue. WM. CULEANN A CO,, Phthpaherg, M. T. Jal t, 1880. 58 st. FOUND AT LAST! "Dobyn's Sure Cure I" f For Catarrh, Neuralgic i And. Nervous Headache. 1t / tthe eoem e" sew and ,. se +" + IImm " B' 4cBUNEy ioUsE, DEER LDoqE, 3T' NICOLAs IOT'yL, - B OTTE, AYLESWORTH & McFARLAND, Propr ietors. TERMS, $2.00 and $2.50 per Day, Aordiln to L3:atioa of R13ni, SINGLE MEALS 50 CENTS. A e o_ f t1 of .re F Ellic tic .I. itlI fI:flic is u[ DLti.!1 SoIY icitc. MITCHELL WACONS I TIE BEMST FARM &FREIGIIT WAGON Ever MIanufactured. ON THE MITCHELL WACON 18 USED Patent Steel Skein! The STRONGEST and BEST FASTENING FOR A WAGON-SKEIN EVER INVENTED! JOHN S. M ILLS, Deer Lodge, 31ont&12nn, Agent for Deer Lodge and Missoula Counties. BOOT AND SHOE STORE Peter Lansing, Deer Lodge, -HAS ON HAND A COIPLETE STOCK OP CUSTOM-31IADE I UOOTF, 81]1OES AND SLIPP Elt Gum Boot.. LUdileo,' and Childro.n'*'. MI.h+O. g1lRepawtring Done in the Best Manner at Reasonabw Pri'cs. .et -ALSO IN STOCK A FINE ASSORTMgNT OF - GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. W. F. S.ANILEY. E. B. STACKPOI.E. Shanley & Co., xsag~st. and Apot~eosotes. -PoST-Ovrtca STORE DEE=3R LODGE, MONTANA, CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED At all Iloure DAY OR NIGHIiT. Paints, Oils, Glass Varnishes, Etc ~--- ALSO DIALERS IN FINE CICARS'AND TOBAOOCOS. -.0-.).. A 7.11 U.. e Stationery and Blank Books, Cutlery, School Books and Stationers' Godss, WIuCO WE u oahRAT W I-IO L~SAL AA N D A RETAI L, I'AT. LOWIST POSIBLt.E PRICESi.AJ Ord.r. br li or aim I masla v Ueid sad forwardd. THIRTY YEAR's' EmXPERIE1NC I. "WILLIAP.M BE ?YDE, Pr aetial Watchmaker, Jewreler anuld F-graver. DWR iLODGEI, )ONTAN 4. tO1'r Ati. tw , ýwr""v Yrtv Ie tr *I rn ~p It tuIW e= a` rp ;$tit 1 66." "ý t.'4 'ý.n, t.'ant~ka~ll~ aIM. C0I4VA NURSERIES. Gw, T. ?,; W'. A& h po'. no" w