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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. Court Deer Lodge No. 7,506, A. 0, F., meet every Tharedy evening at 7.30 o'clock. at Unton Hall. All br ELLINOi NAPTON, C. it. Jong GALBBAITU, Secretary. 967 ORDER OF IRON HALL. The meettin of Branch No. 623 of the order of rn l.11, will be held at Union Hall, on the first and thr.d Frid y evenings of each month, at 8 o'clock. ý"nitnn. Friends of the Order are cordihtll Invited to "" t• with n~ JOSEPH McDONNALL, (!. J. Wsi II. T'tIPiET, AccOuntant. 966 ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. Mount l,owell Iodge No. 13, A . O. U W., meets the r!t a.nd thnird Tue.days of each monlh, atUnloo lhi at 7n0 P. m Visiting Brethren are cordially in. vited to attend. J. E. VAn GUNDY, M. W. p. BADER, Recorder. . GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Repjlar Assemblies atUnion Hall, second and fourth Fridays of each month, at 7.30 p. m. Visiting Com rue! are cordially invited to attend.' B. F. MHATZ, Adjunant. II. A. Suran, P.C. '02 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Valley Lodge No. 6, K. of P., meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, at Union Hall, All visiting Brethren are cordially invited to be present at the meetinga. JOSEPH McDONNALL, C. C. C. S. SCHROEDER, K. of R. & 8. 965 RELIGIOUS. CArHOLIC-Services every Sunday. Sunday jchool at 2 o'clock each Sunday under direction of Sisters of Charity. CHRISTIAN-Services every Sunday at 11jj a.m. and 7% p. m. Sunday School at 103 a. m. Services also on Wednesday evening at 7%. pRESBYTERIAN-Services every Sunday at 11i o'clock a. mi., and 7X o'clock p.m. Sun day School every Sunday at 10% a. m. E. I. GROENEVELD, Minister. EPISCOPAL.-Services on first, third and ffth Sundays, at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday at 2 p. m. MONTANA UNION TIME TABLE. Arrival and Departure of Trains at Deer Lodge, Taking Effect Feb. b, 1888. No, lEx,,1 4llp, No, E3xp1, 6142pm No. freight, ,50 .l. No.freig't, 7,18p in No.2H.to B.8.08 pm. No.1B,.to , 9.30 m No. 6, south bound, connects with U. P. south bound at Silver Bow. No. 2, leaving Deer Lodge at 9.30 a. m., north bound, connects with west bound Express on N. P. at Garrison, at 11.22 a. m. No. 3, leaving Deer Lodge at 6.42 p. m., north bound, connects with east bound Nor thern Pacific Express at Garrison, at 7.27 p. m. No. 2 and No. 4 both make close connec tions at Stuart for Anaconda. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT THE DuEt LODnE CITY POSTOrICa. 9.30 a. m.-Receive all Southern malil. e...O a. m --DIspatch all Northern mall. 12.14 p. m.--Receive all mail from west of Garrison. 12.14 p. m -Dispatch mail only to Butte and Ana conda. 6.40 p. m.-Receive Butte and Anaconda mall. 6.40 p. m.-Dispatch all mail for west of Garrison. 8.08 p. m.-Receive all Northern mail. 8.08 p. m.-Dispatch all Southern mail. All mails close 80 minutes before departure of trains. GEO. W. CARLTON, P. M. Marriage, Birth and Death Notices inserted free, if information thereof is sent to this ofimce. Obituary Notices, Resolutions of Condolence, Notices of Meetings, etc., will be charged for at advertising rates. SPECIAL NOTICES. All Advertisements in this Department cost 15 cents per linefor first insertion, and 10 cents per line for subsequent insertions. SEE TOM CONNIFF FOR HOT SCOTCH. O 957 tif SEE TOM CONNIFF FOR BROWN STOUT. 0957 tf A LL TIIR LATEST NOVELTIES In Art Goods at Owings' Drug Store. 978 4t FRESH GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS at Ow ' ings' Drug Store. 973 4t A NEW LINE OF PERFUMES, Brushes, Spnges and Drug Sundries at Dr. Owings' Drag Store. DESIRABLE LOTS for sale. Residence to let. 971 tf GEORGE COCKRELL. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Fresh Candies just received at Charlie Kenyon's. 985 tf FOR RENT.-A six-room house near the College of Montana. Apply to H. A. McPherson, atE. L. Bonner A Co's store. 971 tf CALL ON A. P. WINSLOW and have your eyes tested with Julius King's Optometer. A full line of Spectacles and Eye Glasses lust received, 964 tf FOR SALE -Cook Stove and Kitchen Tinware, two Carpets, Furniture, and a first- class No. 1 Piano for sale or rent. Inquire of H. A. McPherson. 973 tf PD LUMBINOl WORK.-Having in my employ a .rst class Plumber. I am prepared to do all work in that line promptly, well, and at reasonable prices. IM73 tf JOHN O'NEILL. T'RAFT AND DRIVING HORSRS FOR SALE. DI have for sale several Draft Horses-half blood Normans, sired by Figaro-sized and matched, from 1,100 to 1.800 lbs., well broke and true pullers. Also i number of well broke, trotting-bred Uriviag Horses from good sires and dams. PHIL E. EVANS, 974 3t Deer Lodge. The infant child of Station Agent McClel laq, of Springdale, afflicted with small-pox, mention of which was m-ide last week, has since died from the effects of the disease. Another case has developed during the week in Mr. McClellan's family, an elder child being the victim. A strict quarantine is being enforced against the station house at that place, and no trains are permitted to stop at Springdale. The report that small pox had appeared at Hunter's Hot Springs is without foundation, the only case in the county being the one above stated.-Livinq ston Enterprise. Bucklen's Arntca Salve. TaE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures 'iles, or nopay-required. It-isgar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by the Deer Lodge Drug Company. [955 ly GEORGE COCKRELL, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. J. I. CasZ EsonEas AND TanEasnas, McCormick Harvesters and Mowers, Peter Schuttler Warons, Drills, Seeders and Cultivators, Sulky and Walking Plows, BARBED, BALING AND BINDING WIRE, Genuine Hollingsworth Hay Rakes, Bill's Concord and Peter's Team and Buggy Harness, Will handle only first-class Goods and guarantee prices lower than any other Implement House in the Territory. 884 tf Clerk McConnell, of the District Court, was busy yesterday attending to war vete rans proving up their pension claims, which is required to be done every three months. Twelve veterans of the Mexican war and thirty-two of the late war proved up yester day. There are forty veterans of the Mexi can war in Montana entitled to pensions. In each case the clerk was entitled to $1 as fees, but he refused to accept any fees from any of the veterans, an act that on general prin ciples was appreciated by them.-Independent 6th. Very creditable to Clerk McConnell. W. W. H IGGINS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER! KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Complete Assortmoent of Goods -IN HIS LINE Which he offers on as good terms as sa house in the Territory. Sole Agent for the "CALIFORNIA POWDIR WORKS." Agent for the Celebrated Snow Flake Flour. For Bale. One of the most desirable 7-room residences in Deer Lodge, veneered frame, with stable, carriage house, wood sheds and ample grounds. Can be hasl for reasonable price, and on like terms: Inquire of C. P. H. RIELENBE0. Deer Lodge, Feb. I, 1888. 960 tf NOTICE. GARRISON, Deer Lodge Co., Mont. Shareholders of the Lady Vincent Mining Company will hold their annual meeting, for the Purnose of "lejtin- nfier.a for the ensan CUARAWCI A ---Oi-.- WINTER GOODS8 AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT, W8 WILL UIVE, For t Neo t 30 Days Oily, A DISCOUNT Of 25 PER CENT. Co all Our Remauing Stock of Ladies' Cloaks all Wraps, GENTS' OVIRCOATS, Chinchilla Ccats. and Vests, ROHRREO ('A Du .t4od ~oLovs, Her hit Wilter fndeeai And Numerous Other Articles That we are determined not to carry ove until next winter. Only a very small quan tity left. So come early. WE HAVE ABOUT 25 DOZEN Ladies' Woolen Hose, -AND 10 DOZEN Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes A Broken Assortment, which we ShallClose at FIETY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, 'The Best Bargains on Earth IT'Yonr choice from an Assortment of fif/t Oregon City Cassimere Coats and Vests, FOR ONLY $51 About One-third of the Cost to Manufacture, In sizes from 34 to 89. O7These constitute our broken stock o1 Clothing, and we are determined to close them out. Respectfully, E.L. onnerCo. VL., LUUJ)U, Mv. T. Feb. 28, 1888. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. John Gillie, of Butte, were in Deer Lodge yesterday. U. 8. Marshal Robt. S. Kelley is attending Court at Miles City this week. Call 'round and ask Landlord McFarland to-day about the events of 64 years ago. County Attorney Durfee, of Philipsburg, and J. R. Boarman, Esq., of Anaconda, have been in town this week. Mrs. A. H. Mitchell expects to start in a few days to visit her son, Paul, who is at the Academy near Louisville, Ky. Messrs. James Johnson, E. L. Hilburn, John Fitzpatrick, John Ganley, Luke Finn and R. H. Tibbetts were in from Nevada valt ley on business this week. Mr. J. C. Stevenson, Tailor, has gone to Great Falls with the purpose of locating He is a good workman, a deserving and wor thy man in all respects, and we trust will do a good business at the Falls. Mr. Ed. McKinstry, a practical miner aol a very pleasant gentleman, has gone "on the road" to introduce the celebrated Rackaroch powder, and has the advantage of being able to practically show its work. President McMillan, of the College ol Montana, went East a few days ago. He wil remain a few days with Mrs. McMilla, in Illinois, and proceed to New York, ex. pecting to return in a month or six weeks. Mrs. and Mrs. Warren B. Evanwreturned from their bridal trip sooner than expected the Great Falls trip being omitted owing tc a heavy storm prevailing in that region They will soon be "housekeeping" in Phil ipsburg. We are glad to know that Messrs. "Van.' and "Al." Orton contemplate coming to Deei Lodge to reside. If "Van." rocates here we may be assured of the reorganization of the Orchestra and Band and their continuance and the Orton boys coming wil. be a joy te all. Mr. F. C. Lawrence, representing the Butt, & Granite Cable Railway Co., was before thi Commissioners this week sohciting a righi of way order, which will doubtless be granted in the proper course. He is quite is earnest, and has no doubt of the success o the einterprise. Mrs. M. E. Dakin, who we are pleased tU know is doing a good millinery business ii Anaconda, was in town In a brief visit yes terday. Ladies in Anaconda and vicinitl will do well to give her a call. She bhas I fine stock of goods, adapted to the circum stances of all customers. NOTICE. There will be an examination of candidate for Teachers' certificates held in the Cotn House, at Deer Lodge, on Saturday, Marcl 10, 1888. MARGARET WOLFE, 971 4t County Superintendent. Change of Firm. By notice in this issue it will be seen tha the firm of Murphy, Higgins & Co. is die solved, Dr. W. Higgins succeeding as sol proprietor of the Deer Lodge house. Th firm has been in existence since 1871, Dr Higgins having for several years precedin been in the merchandise business in thi county. The firm of Murphy, Maclay & Co I at Fort Benton and Great Falls, are alse branches of the same general firm, whic has done a very large business for man years. Dr. Higgins is a first class busines man-a good and careful buyer, and good well bought are half sold. He has a fint trade, and with the increasing business here has a field in which there is no doubt hi past success will be largely increased. W trust now that he has "taken up" the oppol tunity and is playing it "alone," he wi make "four times and the game." ------ --- . DWELLING FOR RENT. A good new house, with six roonl, as .- .... .r c . SBit LOCAL BREVITIES. Read Kleinsehmidt & Co's "Bargain Sale in the last column'of this page. The Rod & Guan club had a pleasant sheo on the 4th, using up all the birds and mski some excellent msores. The Good Templars of Deer Ledge expe in about a month to present a drama, eRa tied, "Under the Laurels." The Pioneer Press of last Saturday gai Butte a fine write-up. If Deer Lodge dqm get a mention we'll tell how it happened. We had the feather edge of a blizsa Wednesday, but yesterday fine weather can again, with the ground merely whitewashe with snow. The Deer Lodge Drug Co. sell the Norti rup, Braslin & Goodwin Co.'s "Norther Grown Seeds," which are especially we: liked in Montana. Try them. Mr. Andrus,. one of the best of paintes and paper hangers, announces in this isse he is prepared to do business in his li. promptly and solcits a share of patronage. Building has already commenced in Dee Lodge, and old structures are being remove on Main street preparatory to erecting bricl buildings as soon as the weather will permil S County Commissioners Evans, Walke and Batterton have been in session all thi week, and adjourned over last evening unti next Tuesday. The proceedings will appea next week. The Missoula Times says Mr. John M Evans, formerly of Butte, and Mr. F. C Webster, the accomplished stenographer and both young lawyers of ability aind ener gy, are about to open an office for the prac tie of law in Missoula. Assessor J. H. King is busy at his work having already assessed Anaconda, and being now engaged in Deer Lodge. He has to have the assessment completed, under the ne law, by July 31st, after which the Board ol Commissioners make the tax levy. Governor Leslie, on application, has par anarla A lha+ flhnhna fAI thN a (Iunns. an a UVUWI LIUW viVurun iruw du 'U pnu, nu nearly oau He is the man who w ha gered in the railroad camp below Garriso cut one of the section men and was se tenced to one year. Mrs. E. C. Laine received this week large and handsome stock of millinery good including some score of the latest style hat bonnets, plumes, flowers, silks, velvets, o1 naments, etc. ' It is a splendid invoice at the ladies should avail themselves of fir choice. A fine Tulipa-differing from a Tulip i spreading its leaves like a rose-adorns ot "window garden" with its early bloomin kindred, Ornithogallums, Neapolitans a. Hyacinths .The Tulips was house grown i Dr. J. H. Owings. It is low growing, con pact and thrifty, and is a desirable additl, to the early blooming in-door plants. While extending our sympathy to Dep. I S. Marshal Lou P. Smith, who was acciden ally shot in Butte Wednesday, we sugge that if it is not locking the door after ti horse is stolen he had better take out a fu grown accident policy. Only a year or ts ago a fall in Butte seriously disabled hie and now it is a pistol shot. Better insure Lou. We commend a letter from Race Track i this issue. It gives concisely items of int rest in that locality. Such letters are alwa, welcomed by an editor. He desires to, an can generally. find space for them. w would be glad if writers in other localitic would follow this example. Items of ne. clearly and briefly stated never go to ti waste basket. From the Times it appears building i about to begin in Missoula, and the indiia tions are a large amount of it will be doe this season. From what we learn Missoul and Great Falls will have big "booms" thi summer. The latter place s reported to as drawing Helena people there for an i vestment, and there must be a good outloo that will induce this. Some children's stories are true. Here I one of them. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Trask' six-year old boy was at Sunday School a fe, days. Returning home, his mother, desirin to ascertain if he bad given attention to th services, asked what the lesson was abou "About the Ark." "What did it do?" "1 floated on the water with people and horse in it." "And then what?" "Oh, it lande on the Mountain Rat!" Respectfully referre to Benj. Franklin, of Gospel Mountain. Dr. J M. Merrill, Mr. Webster and H. C Valiton, of Butte, assisted by reside. "Archers," had a busy time last Saturda conferring the Royal Arch degree on Bin Lodge candidates. The Chapter now has membership of resident members so stron that it will never again be subject to th tribulations of the past. The Blue Lodge I also rapidly increasing its membership, a though we are told the Masons do not "ea tend a general invitation," or any invitatio to any one, to join the Order. . WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? 0 Your stomach, of course. Why ? Becau, if it is out of order you are one of the mo miserable creatures living. Give it a fai honorable chance, and see if it is not tl best friend you have in the end. Dot smoke in the morning. Don't drink in tl morning. If you must smoke and drink,wa until your stomach is through with breakfas You can drink more and smoke more in ti r evening, and it will tell on you less. If yoi food ferments and does not digest right; you are troubled with heartburn, dizzine of the head, coming up of the food after ea I lug. biliousness, indigestion, or any oth trouble of the stomach, you had best i Green's August Flower, as no person cm use it without immediate relief. [9611yeow How It Works. The average newspaper man is usual hard worked and illy paid. The luxury of ° five cent cigar and a 'free lunch" are so s. dom his as to constitute landmarks in h existence. So far as his treasures are co cerned they are usually laid up in Heave and can't be discounted for cold coin. It therefore with more than ordinary satisfa r tion we learn that the ex-President of t Montana Press Association is now in a p sition to wear gems, and will soon probab e make a tour of the giddy capitals of Europ Congratulations, Captain Mills. - Ris Press. Now that's another of the results of o friend Read's fertile imagination. One mo send off like it would "break the old ma sure." We had a hard enough time rustli. for money to pay "the boys" and buy pr visions to keep the wife and children up I ordinary flesh before that doubtless well i tentioned squib got currency, but now tl very dickens is to pay. We have only take 0 in about $2.75 since-expenses 5483.50. N n body ever thinks of plying a subscriptic now, and if, to make ends meet, we try y rustle up some tough delinquent who owing us 5500 for three years on ajob work on which we originally had a c'e margin of half a dollar, he stands our stat ment of the facts off with Read's yarn at the inquiry: "If you need money so bh ýs why don't you sell some Lion stock?" I rt course, we're ever so much obliged, and h that, and "ding it, boys, we like you a anyhow;" but there'll be a "busted" nes paper man, sure, if this continues. Let ye kindness "take any shape but that." T the folks the Lion's got his tail twisted t and his teeth drawn, and is on his last le - with his claws cut, but never-well, hard le ever-hint to the subscriber in arrears th he he can just as well put off payment. Toni r" know how it is yourselves. is Stop That Cough. ' Great danger often results from neglect coughs, and it will not do to expenime Swith medicines boomed by imported testim y nials of parties whose very existence is qui a tionable. The proper thing to do is to I ways keep in your cupboard a bottle is Acker's English Remedy, which has prov o so satisfactory to our own fellow citizen R, ead this home tstimonia, Oct. 8, 1887 DEleR LoDos, Oct. 8, 1887. s I have been suffering some time from ,e painful chronic cough, and have used Shilol r. and other medicines without experieuci the least benefit. Recently I purchased bottle of Acker's English Remedy, wlei has cure'l me. I firmly believe that for affi tions of the throat and chest it possess marvelous curative powers. TroMAs MoRGAp, (with Bennett Brao id Acker's Blood Elixir and Acker's Engli u. Remedy for coughs-the most reliable met in clues on the market, are for sale by all art KILLED OR THE TRACK. I Aeeldnatal Killing of Johbn Ganley on L Tuesday veninag. ot John Ganley has been Road Supervisor Helmville District, in Nevada valley, I past year. On Monday last he came in otmake his settlement with the Commissions and having transacted his business, a about to return home last Tuesday evenui ye when he missed the 6.42 passenger tra m't bound for Garrison. He then concluded go by the freight train, which leaves imn rd diately after the 8s.8 p. m. train goes soul e As the train came to th% depot from the r ter tank siding, it had some pwitching to at the Deer Lodge siding, and comment h- shifting in cars before it pulled the caboc up to the platform. Ganley had bought I ill ticket, and going out on the platform, e dently concluded to walk back to the caboc and get on. Part of the train had pull Sahead, leaving an interval between it a se the caboose, Freddie Wildman follow m him out, and, thinking he was intoxicate cautioned him not to make an attempt toj Tr on the train, as he might get ran over. Gs d ley then asked him if that was the caboo k back there. The lad told him "yes," a it. again told him he had better notgo back, th mr the conductor would stop for him, etc. B is Ganley still kept on. The boy remained 4 ii the platform, where this talk occurred. tr was dark, and snowing and blowing at tl time, so that objects could only be seen short distance off. Meantime John Dail brakeman, who was standing south of Thu street, gave Conductor Miles the signal back up. The train came back slowi Daily saw some object, a person or aninmi on the track, and halloed to "look out!" bhi received no reply. A moment later he as a light in the middle of the track, as If son g one was lighting a cigar. He repeated h warning cry three or four times-the tra, W moving all the while. As he was about "make the coupling, he heard the brake-bea rattle, and thought to himself, "there mu - be some one under there." As soon as i 5 rnnAh an n,1nnline La uanr ºA 5lk naal .el, WI IU SUM ti vulflhl tUV 4t0 V SUM jltM Wit' he heard the 1se and fouon 1 ma Ii S oteen the rils, Daily soutd andd n, ailed with his lantern violently till it w i- out, Gauley had his right hand over the r and the train was running over it. He v a headed north, face down. He made no noi i, except a groan. His right hand was fina , completely severed from the arm, and a not found for some time, and the arm v d crushed to a pulp from the elbow to t it shoulder. Dr. Owings testified that at I he received telephonic advice of the as n dent, ran to the depot, and at 8:15 Ganul .. ceased to breathe. He had been picked as soon as possible after discovered and c d ried into the depot, but never spoke. i had on his person $219.85. A jury was summoned by J. M. Hartwi = J. P. and acting Coroner, consisting of Jol Bielenberg, W. F. Furay, M. J. Richards( James Carten, Jos. Whitworth and J. Buxton,who, after the freight train returns t examined John Daily, A. Dufresne, Fr Wildman, U. Guilbeault and John Fal | eliciting the above and other less mater, evidence. ° It was evident Ganley had got on the trs after young Wildman cautioned him, , going back to the caboose, did not see or I. the train backing down on him, had ev stopped to light his cigar or pipe, did r s hear the calls of the brakeman and did r see, or did not understand, the signals. T train backed on him, threw him doe turned him about in some way and ran of his arm, the shock being so great that died almost instantly. A. Dufresne testifi e that he was near the train and heard t man under it cry out, "For God's sake to 5 me out of here !" Had heard the brakem h call, "Look out !" and signal to stop, but e was so dark he could not see the cars. Th I be saw the brakeman running toward t hI ead of the train, swinging his lantern acr, 1. and calling out there was a man killed. The Coroner's jury found that "The < I ceased came to his death by accidental meal by being ran over and killed by a car on t s track of the Montana Union Railway QC at the depot in Deer Lodge, while a train r said track was in motion. We also exoneri all persons and said Montana Union Railw from all blame whatever." This was u doubtedly a correct verdict. It was unqun t tionably an accident for which there was: s one responsible. There is some questi, I about his being the worse for liquor, Mr.: H. Tibbetts, who has known him for mai years, thinking net. He was somewl crippled up with rheumatism and walk, strangely at times, but he never saw him i toxicated. It seems more than likely he v excited about getting on the train so he cot make connection at Garrison, and in t storm and strange place did not hear t train until be was run down. His remai were brought to town and on Thursd buried in the cemetery. We understand Mr. Ganley was unmarrih He has resided at Blackfoot, Helmville ai Ovando since 1865-6, carried the U. S. m; for a time, had quite a band of horses, a was -Road Supervisor for some years. I was universally respected, and the news his untimely and violent death will learned with sorrow by all who knew him. TO ARRIVE. In a few days, a large invoice of pril Timothy and Red Top Seeds. These are r tra clean, and guaranteed to be of the b, quality in the market. Farmers will do w to send in their orders at once, and be st of their supply for the season. 970 tf. BENNETT BROS. CO I Deer Lodge Rod & Gun Club Pursuant to call the Deer Lodge Rod Gun Club met at the office of Mr. McMasi -the evening of March 1st- and re-electe the old officers, viz: President, Peter Vs I. ton; Vice President, Frank Conley; Sec, s tary and Treasurer, John F. Strauhal. T club has now about 40 members, twelve whom are "shooters," the others being me bers of the club proper, but not participati in the shooting. An anonymous letter was received stati that parties had gone in to the Clearwat r lakes to catch fish with a seine, but on o of the members stating his belief that su Sauthotity had been granted by a recent s Ssion of the Legislature no action was take ' We have examined the laws and believe ! Smember was mistaken, the right to seine Sact of March 12, 1885, only being granted " the Missouri below Three Forks and in Yellowstone below Clark's Fork. Anyo e can make complaint in a court of compete - jurisdiction against any person or perse ' for infraction of the game laws, but if thi" n not done it is the duty of the District Coi Sto call the attention of the Grand Jury Sthe provisions of the game laws. If fish a being taken anywhere in the County Sseines or giant powder the matter should Sbrought before the Grand Jury. The Sho' ing Club having exhausted its "birds,", Sdered 5,000 more, which are expected here three weeks. The club discarded the "Bi SRocks," on account of so many being brok Sby the traps, and have ordered the red ci pigeons. GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT. S At Miles City Wedaesday, March 21st. S By command of Department Command Waters, G. A. R., the following circul (No. 4,) hits been issued by Assistant Ad tant General Culver, dated Billings, Mot February 27th: d Members and comrades attending the t partment encampment to be held at Mi SCity on March 21st, 1888, will, when purch. . ing tickets from Missoula, Garrison, Helet f Boulder, Bozeman, Livingston, Blllinj SCuster and Glendive, request from agents those stations receipts for the same. Thi receipts will be countersigned by the Assi Sant Adjutant General at Miles City, ani a entitle the holder to return ticket at one-fiI aregular fare. SBadges have been procured for all me bers of the encampment, and will be d'l eredfree upon application at dep:,rtmu . headquarters on the evening of March 20 hI TO-NIGHT. Last he Broom Brigade Drill by College dents-And Later the Grand Ope.inl r of Ball, at Cottonwood Ball. the There will be pleasant occupation for s to evening by the people of Deer Lodge en* Opening night of the beautiful Cottonw a Hall, the "Broom Drill" and "Peake SBi lug, from Alasky" by young ladies of the Col sin, and thereafter the complimentary "He t Warming" Ball by Messrs. Bonner & L me bie, Orton Bros.' baud furnishing mausi th.. oth occasions. Following are the meem wa- of the Broom Brigade: do Captain, Miss Mamie Roe; First Serge cod Miss Ella Thomas; Second Sergeant, I SoB Jennie Stephens. his GQUAD-Misses Della Herndon, Row B%' Pierce, Anna Thexton, Ina Stoner, Mau ose Jones, Katie Evans, Rose Blake, Virgi lied Douglas, Nannie Douglas, Etta Staplel and Bertie Robinson, Linnie BNtterton, En red Reeves, Gussie Quaintance. ed, .nrMtnRxas-Dottie Smith and Katie ] get lenberg. an- These young ladies are proficient in ose evolutions and manual of brooms, and. md people, especially those who have "pacl hat a musket," will be astounded when tl But learn some of the facts. They will be ba on somely costumed, carry Monogram brooi It and if they don't "bring down some of the enemy" in front we are mistaken. After 1 Sa Broom Drill the celebrated Peake Siste Ily, who have appeared before many Crowi ird Heads in Alaska or elsewhere, will app to for a short time, the heavy expense attel 'y; anr ~pn their appearing herbel-b g-r ai -that the management could only afford but secure their presence for a short time, p aw vious to their departure toward Butte a me the City of Mexico, where they have enga his ments at 9:30 the same evening. The tick sin already sold for this entertainment asst the filling of the Hall to its utmost capaci m and as the young ladies have taken their f ist hours of recreation and worked hard to he quire this drill, and the entire prcceeds 0 go to the ollege, anything less thai Sorowdie h oe Wold be unallant Iand Ill Succeeding the College entertainment as Hall floor-a splendid ole for dancing-W se be cleared of the platforms and chairs a Ily the House Warming Ball will begin, to cc ras tinue indefinitely. Messrs. Bonner & La ras bie, aside from giving this opening night he the College, bear all the expenses of the Ba :05 including the services of the Orton Bai ci- and a substantial collation which will ey spread in the next building, and where p up ticipants can go at will any time after 10 ar- o'clock and partake of coffee and sandwicl Ee to their content. Messrs. W. F. Shanley a Geo. S. Miller will act as floor managers ll, the occasion. hn As it is desirable the College enterta in, ment shall be ended by 9:15 It will begin E. 8 o'clock sharp, and, to prevent confusic cd, the audience are rhspectfully urged to be ed place at that time. There are no reserv ia, seats. THE PERFECT LAMP. as I have on exhibition at my Store i The New 300 Candle Power Rochester La en ot which creates NO MORE IEAT than an orn rot ary Lamp, and BREAKS NO CHIMNEYS. he Call and see these before buying-an i riot Lamp. n 973 tf JOHN O'NEILL rer he RAILROAD RUMBLES. ed be Vice President Oakes has advices 1 ke . General Manager Potter, of the Union an cifc, is dying in Washington City of dro it of the heart. n Conductor Howard was killed at DeS station, six miles west of Missoula, a a days ago, by being crushed between 1 e- cars. He was a highly esteemed man. One hundred and forty men are now : he' facing on the Bitter Root railroad, mal one mile a day. It is stated that it wil one of the most substantial road beds in ite Territory when completed.-Northwest bune. a- General Passenger Agent Fee, of is- Northern Pacific, has issued a circular gii no notice that after April 1st tickets wil on sold from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulutl R. Ashland and return good for three mot ny to Bozeman for $52; Helena $36; Butte at Spokane Falls $70. ed A gentleman just home from a trip a in- the Northern Pacific says he was Infort 'a by Capt. Bennett, brother of Nelson rid Willard Bennett that in less than he months more he will bave the great tui he at Stampede pass completed. It is comme us called the Cascade tunnel, and is the sec ay longest tunnel in the world, being 9,850 in length, almost two miles. Capt; Ben: d. will be in Butte about the first of may, ] ad sumably to give his aid in the construct ail of the cable car line between Butte nd Walkerville, which it is probable the I le nett Brothers will begin work on as so0 of good weather comes to stay.-Inter-Mounl be WARNING. My wife having left my bed and be without cause, I herety warn all persons to trust her on my account, as I will not x: responsible for any debts contracted by 1 PETER M. SCHONBER ell Feb. 28, 1888. 972 4t pi ire - PAINFUL ACCIDENT, Officer Lou i'. Smith Severely Wonu( Butte M.ner, 8th. Yesterday morning Officer Lou P. Sn ter met with an accident which may prove all ions, a whic whiic will surely eempel hi ili- lay np for some time. It appears that at e- 8 o'clock the proprietor of a restaurent he East Park street was assaulted by a tral of who demanded money of him. The ger m- man naturally refused to accede to the ng mand, and being somewhat of a stali physically knocked down the would-be hi ng wayman. The fellow after being thus s er marily dealt with sneaked off, but he n ne have soon recovered, for a few mom( ch later Mr. Bocoviclh, the proprietor m es tioned, noticed him virtually dragging '* intoxicated man up the alley and abus he him in a shameful manner. Mr. B. at o by started out in search of an officer and aln in immediately found Lou P. Smith and Off he Young, and to them he briefly related ne circumstances. At the time the offic nt were standing in front of Carr's stable, ns Smith started to reach the alley through Is stable, while Young went by way ofP rt street to head off the offender. In gc to through the stable Mr. Smith changed re pistol from his hip pocket to that of by overcoat, keeping his band upon the trigj e In some way it was accidentally discharg ot- and the bullet enterer the instep of his r- foot and came out near the heel. The In fender in -the meantime had reached te Park street entrance to the alley a secon( en two ahead of Young, who, feeling sure ay he was the man, called upon him to I The order was disobeyed and a foot race the result, the exciting chase being enlive by the discharge of the pistol of Mr. You The fugitive was finally captured n Schener's store and taken to jail, wher was ascertained that he was an old offee r- named Harry Burns. He was held f n, hearing. u- Officer Smith was as soon as possible ta to his residence and attended by Dr. Lea, The wound is a very painful one and cause the laying up of Mr. Smith for sa es time, but it is not supposed that it will re Sin serious injury to one of the oldest and 1 a' officials in Butte. of A Woman's Discovery. se "Another wonderful discovery has b St- made, and that too by a lady In this conm ill Disease fastened its clutches upon her th fer seven years she withstood its save tests, but her vital organs were undermi andl death seemed imminent. For tl m- months she coughed incessantly and cc v- not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of a King's New Discoveay for Consumption I was so much relieved on taking the first ! h. that she slept all night, and with one bo has been nmiranlously cured. Her nam N. BENNETT, President. W. BENNETT, Vice Pres't & Manager. THOS. MORGAN, Sec'y and TrE Stu BENNETT BROS. COMPANY, this --JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN The ters legs ouse for Montana Agents for the Following Celebrated Manufacturers: ts8tdeBaker Bro.' Parl ald Spring Vaons, Illr Buales and Carriags, ilburn al Staleioer Carriaes ead B1 liss Esterley Binders, Crown Mowers, Hollingsworth Rakes, Hay Loaders, Saw Mills and Engines, Seeders and. Drills, Leffell Water Wheels, Dedrick Hay Presses, Steel and Chilled Sulky and Walking Plows. Also a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARNES on, From the Cheapest to Hill & Co's Concord-in Team, Single and Double Buggy. lily Barb Wire, Baling Ties, Fan Mills, Carden Hose and Lawn Sprinkle lie- In fact a Most Complete Line of all Uoods Pertaining to our Business will be found in our Warehouses. the AND WE GUARANTEE BETTER GOODS AT LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN MONTANA. CAL 9ur 971 and see us, whether you wish to purchase or not. :ed hey mnd MININING NOTES. ms, the Items of the Great Montana Industs the *' Jno. Huffman informs 'us that the hol ned the Nonpareil in the Boulder district tear position and work is being actively p nd- cuted.-Philipsburg Mail. This is the: I' Lodge Mining & Retduction Uomp: to property. pre and The Philipsburg Mail says: The sha ge- the San Francisco is now down 375 feel ets the lead pitching from vertical. Woe ure, the winze has been suspended, owin, ity, water. The Granite Mountain's yiell ew the week ending Feb. 25th was 61,505 on ac- silver and 37l ounces gold. are Nothing special from the Champion I a a solidated or Mountain Lion this week, 0ore in te sha(t of the former is said t widening and of apparent good charal On the Lion the air-shaft upraise will do te less be through to the surface in a day or ill and probably next week the new buil nd will be ready for occupancy, when on- workmen will be put on and everyt' ra- pushed. ito all, It is understood that a combinatic nd, Montana capitalists, with Banker Larab he the head, are going to take the Pros ,ar- mine. A company of men went to wor 30 the interests of the syndicate yester hes There is lots of money at the back ol iud operators, and if the developments are s on factory, the result will be the erection big plant in the neighborhood of Virg min- City before long.--Madisonian, 2d. Sat Mr. C. J. McSherry was in town Tues on, He and his partners, Charles Burr and in Sullivan, own the Gladstone and Hi( red Treasure lode claims, near Pioneer. ' have sunk a shaft 75 feet on the Hit Treasure, and it shows up four to five fe, gold ore, one car load of which they 1 shipped, and expect soon to ship anot The lead looks well. They are now in 71 np, on a tunnel to tap It at a depth of 120 fea the vein inclines. Speaking -of the Great Falls Smelts ife- Herald correspondent says the works have a capacity of 225 tons daily. Six lion brick, one million feet of lumber, 2 bushels of lime, 5,000 tons of sand, and 6 fire brick, will be required for the cons tion. This reminds us that a gentleman cently imformed us the company did its r very neatly in buying brick. Adves psy ments were inserted for proposals for a ited number. When the bids were opt net the company took all offered, inclus 'w 4,000,000 from Helena. wo The building of immense reduction w at this place will be supplemented b, ur- construction of a branch of the Mon ing Central to Neihart and Clendennin, ai he terprise of the greatest importance to C ti Falls, as it will render the Little Belt M tain mining region wholly tributary to city. This branch, (which will be a cont the ation in part of the line to Sand Coulee), lug be completed the present season, and it be create a boom at Neihart and the Ba or district that will be felt throughout N tbs Montana.-Great Falls Trtbune. It is reported that a new plant for redu ores by a late process has been erects er Red Bluff and is proving by test to I ed practical and economical utility in the t nd ment of low-grade rock. It is said tha wo present method will be revolutionizedbý nel new application, and mining will recei ly fresh impetus by it throughout the Terril nd Many mine owners have been holding 1 et interests in various districts in hope o, ett future apphcation of some cheap pro re- and it is claimed in these works every d on eratum for cheapness and general effi will be found. Col. Carter is patentee. en- dependent. Yesterday, through his attorneys, Rt son & Stapleton, A. J. Davis entered su the District Court against Warren L. Louis A. Scott, his co-owners in th ard Plata mine. The complaint sets forth not the property is valuable, but that unde be isting circumstances it cannot be in any divided without impairing its value, an therefore asks that the court order it I sold and the proceeds of the sale dir amnong the several owners. It is said Davis has a claim of $80,000 against the i et. arty. The Scotts are not residents of BI and while the mine is not being workt present, it has in the past been a good ith ducer.--Miner, 2d. er- A meeting of the stockholders of the to touowod Company is called for to-mo ut evening, at Manager McMaster's oflice. on ing to some misunderstanding about p, occupancy of the building used by the le- pany as a boarding house, but not owne le- it, and the only one on the location, Ma, art McMaster a few days ago directed worl gh- continued until after the stockholders' in m- ing. The mine is looking just as we st ever, and very favorably. Reports have uts ten into circulation of a conflicting clail en- the Cottonwood, but we are assured, an firmly believe, the conflict is of no ct ug quence to the Cottonwood company. ice "Alma" was located prior to the Cottons ost In stepping off the boundaries of the la er the two claims lying nearly, but not q the parallel, the 600 feet in width surface grt als of the latter possibly lapped a trifle on md extreme northeast end of the Alma. It the require a survey to determine; but even rk does, it is of no material consequence, ng had no influence whatever in the tempt his suspension of work, as the two location hs each 600 feet wide, and the surface lap a ar. extreme corner is only a few steps. ed, t A Horrible Death. of o Special to the Iudependenh. at COMET, March 6.-A Cornishman, alt. 32 years, an old employee of the Comet .n Sa property belonging to the Helena Mi &ed Reduction Company, was killed on Fr afternoon. The accident was a most hon a one, and is without a parallel ir Mont: t He was standing in the 100-foot level tal e down the shaft when the cage came dt ra cutting his head off from the mouth. beheading was as clean as though done en guillotine. The blood spurted 35 feet itt. vicinity of the accident presenting a Ssickening sight. First the headless ti me and then the head was brought to the flt face. The body was livid, all the est having been forced out of it. The head a horrible sight, covered with mud, bloodless, the jaws convulsively opening shutting, the eyelids doing the same. en inquest was held, the jury exoneratin y. company. He was buried at Boulder on nd urday. The deceased was unmarried, et leaves a mother and father. uld ranandina Cigars. ad After a test of SEVENTEEN YEARS, the se ebrated Granadina Cigar has proved tle the best Domestic Havana Cigar on thts Ct is Mr. William Coleman, of Deer Lodge ( m- I. T., is the sole agent of this brand for I tat Lodge City ard county, M. T. FROM RACE TRACK. Y. A Model Letter From a Near Nelghb st of Correspondence New North-West. is in Thinking perhaps a few items frot ose- usually quiet locality might be of inter )eer your readers, I enclose you the followit ny's Mrs. Albright, of Drunimond, is vi! her sister, Mrs. C. K. Hardenbrook. t on Mrs. Welch, of Baraboo, Wis., is vi: and her sister, Mrs. W. T. Elliott. k on The school at the Quinlan school b to under the able management of Miss La 1 for is in a flourishing condition. nces The fine weather the past month has our stockmen jubilant, but the farme: ,on- becoming a little apprehensive in regi The the water supply the coming season, bý The p8ort allned circat ion r Race Track House is s00oou to be riop ubt. This will give us three saloons within ;wo, dius of one and a half miles in a quiet I ling try neighborhood and sparsely settle lore that. Send on your temperance lecture: ling The school trustees in District No. going to make a noble effort to build a n of school house, which is sadly needed, th e at one being almost uninhabitable. )ect The Dempsey Creek Lyceum has suci r in ed beyond the expectations of its most gay. guine projectors. The society was orgai the the latter end of October, and seems to Stis- been growing in popularity ever s of a However, the busy season of the year I inia proaching, and we believe it is the i tion of the leaders to adjourn sine die, s lay. time about the middle of March. M. The Race Track Amateur Dramatic I Iden an outgrowth of the Lyceum, will gi' 'hey entertainment Saturday evening, Mare [den in the way of a comedy-drama eni .t of "Parted." From the fact that several c tave leading "actors" are talented elocutioi her. we may expect something above the avw feet of amateur performances. The entei t, as ment will be given at the Quinlan sa house on Dempsey Creek. We are nm r, a formed what disposition is to be made o will proceeds. mil- Wishing the NEW NORTH-WEST the ).000 cess it so richly deserves, we will ),000 More anon. STRANBIE m re- RAC. TRACK, March 5th, 1888. rork use- The Verdict Unanimous lim- W. D. SuIt, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., fles: "I can recommend Electric Bitte ned the very best remedy. Every bottle soli ling given relief in every case. One man six bottles, and was cured of rheumati: ten years' standing." Abraham Hare, arks gist, Bellville, Ohio, affirms: "The besl the ing medicine I have ever handled in r years' experience, is Electric Bitters." 1 ana sands of others have added their testin en- so that the verdict is unanimous that Eli reat Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, neys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bot an- the Deer Lodge Drug Co's drug store. this i56 inu- - will THREE MEN KILLED, will Fatal Accident in the Goldsmith Mi Butte Last Friday. arth At 7 o'clock last Friday morning Ati cing Lawrence, Fritz Deel and James Re id at entered the bucket attached to a three e of ter inch wire rope in the mouth of the ( reat- smith mine shaft at Walkerville, and the lowered away. When the bucket ha the scended about 170 feet deep, Mr. Hoa ve a engineer, noticed the rope slack sudi ory. and cried out to Mr. Bohm, the top heir "the rope has broken and three me the killed." His apprehension proved too :ess, The alarm was at once given, the rope tsid- attached to the bucket and a man sent d 3acy The men had fallen about 50 feet. Law -In- had been instantly killed. Deel was scious, but dying, and did die before he bin- be removed from the shaft. Reegin sh it in more vitality, but died in a few hours and reaching the surface. SLa Just how it is seems strange, but the that ner's jury found that the Company w ex- no way to blame for the accident. Law way was aged 28 years andti leaves a wife an I he child in Walkerville. Reegin, a young o be leaves a wife but no children. Deel was ided about 40 years and unmarried. that WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsis op- Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is gi itte, teed to Cure you. For sale by Deer Lodge dat Co. pro- SHILCH'S VITALIZER is what you ne Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizzines, al :symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 at Cot- cents per bottle. For sale by Deer Lodge ow Co. Ow- THAT HACKING COUGH can be so ql cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. .om- -- --- -- I by CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Fe aer by Deer Lodge Drug Co. dis- --_ eet- For lame back, side or chest, use Sh Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For si I as Deer Lodge Drug Co. n to SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable b terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the reme and you. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. unse- I- + - The SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption C sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Con. ood. tion. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. ,ter, site, I\TEJW TO-DA.? und - - , FINE XILLINERY GO ifit ANACONOA, MONTANA. and Waterbury Building, First Street, near N rary I IIAVE IN S'iOCK, AND AM CONTINU Sreceiving by Express, the Latest and Finet the of Hats, Bonnets. Triimmings, r'lowerr, Ornal etc", at Prices to Suit all Purses. I will keep in stock Goods to suit the mo't fast tastes, and respectfully invite all the ladies of conda and vicinity to call and examine. No t to show Goods. Come and lookover stceck and anyhow J want your patronage it I can dest by quality, style and prices. Respectiully, ged 974 tf MRS M. E. DAS line, sing Dissolution Notice. iday The co-partnershlip heretofore existing he ible John T. Murphy and W. W. Higgins, under th a, names of John T. Murphy & Co., at Helena, Sand Morphy, Higins & Co., at Deer Lodge, .. D this day dissolved by mutual consent. wn, The business will be continued at Helena, ) by John T. Murphy, under same firm name as h The fore, to whom all'debts now Ondue the firm of Jo by a Muorphy & Co., areto be paid, and who will the liabilities or said firm. the William W. Higgins will continue the basin nest Duer Lodge, M. T.. under the firm name of V unk Higins, to whom all debts now due the firm of phy, Higgins & Co., are payable, and who will I sur- the liabilities of the firm of Murphy, Hirgins toed JOHN T MURPI W. W. HIGGINS. was Deer Lodge, Mont, March 7, 1888 9F and and S. R. ANDRUS, andHos anl 81n Painti Main St., Deer Lodge, K. T. cel- Fist-class Calsomining ad Titing I Dlt. ity, Decorating a Specialty. leer ý We Open the Camp&i Year 1 WITH THE MOST COMPLETE n our est to i BARGAI N SAL titing -OF wlor, IUSLIN UNDERWEI made Ever Known Hereabouts. rs are ird to -THE LOT CONSISTS OF- aed, ie pns, ra Corset Covers, d at Princess Skirts, 2 are Trimmed Chemik oel Hamburg Flounce Drawers, Trimmed Night Rot san a-AT PRICES FROM have inoe. 19 CENTS EACH TO 69 CENI Is ap nten ome These Goods are positively as adverti: Club, and are a Bargain. They ARE SELL; re an FAST NOW, and will GO QUICK. ;h 10, titled ifthe nists, OUR SPRING STOCK OF erage etain 1nool Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Clothi ]t in f the BOOTS AND SHOES, suc Ilose. AND MEN'S PFUNISEING G00o NT. Are all now in and on sale. The handsomest lot we ever opened; testi our trade is immense, which'is quite an rshas couragement, and makes us feel justifies 1 has took offering Good Bargains. tm of irug tsell- -____________ nv 20 amn OUR STOCK OF GROCERI ctric itleat Is Larger and Better Than Ever. And to Dealers, or in Large Quantities. We gua tee tbrmeet Helena or Butte prices. Try us and s, ne at Yours, &c., Aegs A.L INiCH IDT & CO., '1 quar bold- DEER LODGE, MONT. were id de- - - coro--FROM- r, the lenly man, Deer Lodgeare Drug true. grain owa.R LODGE, ONANA. rences Mee-ing con -FROM coro Nas otice is hereby iven that a meeti e Company wil be held at the ofeice of 1 company, in the town of Deer Lodge, onw Ourday evening, MNEarch 10S, 1888, for the tr. SSelaction ofe stuch business as maily Adapcome be d for frhem. A. H. MITCHELL, Prs S AMES . MCMAsTER, Sec'y. 972and Deer Lodge, Feb. 23, 1888.C rickly For DEER LODGE, MONTANA.. Feb. 2, 18 Notice is hereby given that the t annual meetifl rof the stockholders of the Deer Lodettonwood Minin & dle bction Company, will be held at the office of Secretary said Company, tin the town of Deer Lodge on urMonta, on Tigrsday, March 15, 1888, fatr the htr bythat action ofa such business ase ma comeeting. e By order of the rd of TrcLtees.r,, Pres S AttEst: II. MCMAT. ZENOR, Secrtary. P73 2 CITDeer Lodge, Feb. 3, I8OTE. lu Ivin hereently purchased tt the City Hoeannual mprop dn ctiotted Companyd rewfurnis e held same, the pubolice o Secretaryi on d d Comany, et Deer Lodge Pleaesant anIiy come he-like tl mee to ing. Bain.oard and Lodging, per weeke. (IDeer Lode, FebruaryD 10,O188IRS. 970 tel "" AND COLLECTION AGECY, S Single Meals, lc. Per Dsy $1.50. either in Btte or Dee .Lodging, pe; or weekho may Mnotes and accounts for Slection. AOur exteIA CvR Dequaintance througe, Febrar Lodge and ivei Lodge, M. T. : all AN C Fla LECON GENCYali S EastR MONDAY At BUTTEW n E .AY Z s'EHy MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY,