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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. Court peer Lodec. No. 7,50, A. O,?., meet. eve. tAEourt vsening at 7 Al o'clockt, at Union Ball. All Trý.t.rethren are cordially Invited to attend. ,1tiug... WELLING NAPTON, C. R. J(,i GlALDLtAITn, Secretary. 967 ORDER OF IRON HALL. 7 temein of Branch No. 605 of the order of Iron , il be held at Union Hall, on the trst and third Fridy evenings of each month, at 8 o'clock. .. riend; of the Order are cordially Invited to Viith reI JOSEPH McDONNALL, (I. J. m'iih BTrlrFs, Accountant. 916 ANCIENT ORDER'OF UNITED WORKMEN. A -: Powell Lfgle No. 1, A.O.U.W., meets Wi drt and third TueudsYs of each month, atUnlon l at 7.0 p. m. Visiting Bretbren are cordially In. iled to attendd J. E. VAN GUNDY, M. W. p. B3tss, Recorder. 966 GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. eglar Assemblies at Union Hall, second and fourth pidyls of each month, at 7.10 p. m. Visiting Com Ade are cordially invited to attend. SB.. M)IT., Adjutant. H. A. mxons, P.C. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Valley Lodge No. 6, K. of P., meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, at Union N All visiting Brethren are cordially invited tob 'present at the meetings. EMIL HANSEN, C.C. C. S. SCHROEDER, K. of R. & S. 96 MONTANA UNION TIME TABLE. Arrival and Departure Of Trains at Deer Lodge, T'laking Effect Oct.16, 1b88. Bound South. Bound North. No.4Exp..,12.34 p.m. No.3Exp.., 6.15p.m No.6 freight, 7.23 a. im. No.5 freig't, 10 05 p. m No. 2 H. to B. 7.27 p. m. No.1 B. to .1002. a. m NOBTHERN PACIFIC AT GARRISON. No.1 west bound limited expasss 1145 a. m. No. 3west bound express........ 5.00 a. m. No. 2 east bound limited express 6.53 p. m. No. 4 east bound express........ 11.35 a. m. All mails at Deer Lodge post office close 20 minutes before departure of trains. Marriage, Birth and Death Notices inserted free, if information thereof is sent to this office. Obituary Notices, Resolutions of Condolence, Notices of Meetings, etc., will be charged for at advertising rates. AWARD FOR WINTER SUPPLIES At the U. S. Penitentiary, at Deer Lodge, September 29. Following is the award for supplies for the U. S. Penitentiary here, made September 29, 1888. The rates are very low, potatoes es pecially being lower than ever we have known them, the bids varying from 90 cents down to 52 cents. There were seinme twenty bidders. There is a good store house at the prison, so that supplies can be laid in in quantity, thus enabling advantage to be taken of the low market. Marshal Kelley says the Territorial rate of 75 cents for feeding, cloth ing, medicating and guarding has just about been paying the cost, and that these low rates of produce will go to stand off the ad. vance in flour. The awards were as follow : 250 cords of cord wood at 3.75 per cord, to Kleinschmidt & Co. 50 cords pole wood at 3.50 per cord, to Kleinschmidt & Co. 7,000 pounds of potatoes at 52 cents per 100 pounds. to Kleinschmidt & Co. 5,000 pounds of cabbage at 69 cents per 100 pounds, to Kleinschmidt & Co. 2,500 pounds California onions at 51.99 per 100, to Kleinschmidt & Co. 5,000 pounds rutabagoes at 44 cents per 100 pounds, to Kleinschmidt & Co. 1,000 pounds of beets at $1.37: per 100 pounds, to J. W. Fox. Bucklen's Arniloa Salve. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by the Deer Lodge Drug Company. [955 ly Attention, Ladies and Misses. Cloaks and Wraps-over one hundred dif ferent styles, of the latest Paris Fashions, just received, and will be sold at lowest Eastern prices, by E. L. BONNER & CO., 1003 tf Deer Lodge, Mont. Smoke the "Silver Wave" Cigar, finest in town, at the City Drug Store. 1003 tf GEORGE COOCKELL, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. J. I. Case Eheoas Anm Tsasasms, McCormick Harvesters and Mowers, Peter Schuttler Wagons, Drills, Seeders and Cultivators, Sulky and Walking Plows, BARBED, BALING AND BINDING WIRE, Genuine Hollingaworth May Rakes, Bill's Concord and Peter's Team and Boggy Harness, Will handle only first-class Goods sand guarantee ries lower than any other Implement House in the Terrltory. 584 tf Pullman Vestibuled Trains. It is universally conceded that, notwith standing the advent of old and new lines in to the field of competition for passenger traffic between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Milwaukee and Chicago, the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul railway maintains its pre eminent position as the leading line, and carries the bulk of business between these points. It is not hard to account for this, when we consider that it was the first in the field, and gained its popularity by long years of first-class service. It has kept up to the times by adopting all modern improve ments in equipment and methods, the latest being complete Pullman Vestibuled trains running daily between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis, and its route being along the banks of the Mississippi, through the finest farming country, the most populous and prosperous towns and villages, it offers to its patrons the very best service their money can buy. its dining cars are celebrated througout the length and breadth of the land as being the finest in the world. Its sleeping cars are the best belonging to the Pullman com pany, being marvels of elegance, comfort and luxury; its day coaches are the best made, and its employes, by long-continued service in their respective capacities, are ex perts--courteous and accommodating to all. It is not at all strange, therefore, that an in telligent and discriminating traveling public should almost exclusively patronize this great railway. 997 BRICK FOR SALE. I have in kiln, over and above amount re quired to complete my Deer Lodge contracts this ear, 500,000 to 600,000 good quality brick, which I offer for sale at reasonable figures. Call on or address A. O. ItcaEaBDS, Sept.25, 1888. [1003 tf ] Deer Lodge. -. - ALWAYS READY.-If you will take the pre caution to keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand you will always be ready to cure any form of bowel complaint. It is prepared es pecially for that purpose, and is a sure cure. 25cts. per bottle. Sold by J. H. Owings. 1004 W. W. HIGGINS, WHOLIALU AND RITAIL GROCER! KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Complete Assortmsnt of Goods -IN HIS LINE-- Which he offers on as good terms as any house in the Territory. Sole Agent for the "CALIFORNIA POWD.R WORKS." Agent for the Celebrated Snow Flake Flour. Carpets. Carpets. Carpets. We are now opening up a full line of Car pets, comprising Moquettes, Body Brussel", Velvets, Tapestrys, Ingrains and Hemps-b50 choice patterns of the latest designs and col eriags, selected with the greatest care from over 3,000 samples, from the largest manurfa tory in the United States. Call and get first selection. Respectfully, E. L. Boa.n E Co_, 999 tf Deer Lodge, M. T. STO-. WINDOWS Save more money in fouel than they eost. We re now taking orders for two or three car loads. Send your orders withoutdelay to lILcasleST BaOs. & EDOGA, 1004 tf Helena, MontaUa. oO uj - o 'O 0C, LI'I o y oC til oC co >Idc I C)Cj r #." o - 0 y Oc:t or qqC EC o , to u,: CD 04 g~' (D 0 Ht trMC O 0t C,,% -" y v l O '-9 I"0 ~3 ~0 PERSONAL. Mr. C. T. Meader, of Butte, was in town yesterday. Miss Lizzie Irvine, of Anaconda, attended the leap year party. Mrs. D. .. McDevitt, of Butte, was in town last Saturday. Mr Sam. Robertson, editor and publisher of the Boulder Sentinel, was in town Monday on business, and made a pleasant call on personal friends here. . Col. W. F. Sanders, of Helena, Mr. J. W. Casey, of Portland, Col. Thos. C. Marshall and genial "Dick" Eddy, of Missoula, were among the guests at the leap year party. Messrs. M. B. Henderson, Butte, Wm. Cohn, New York, and F. S. Doremus, Hel ena, representing the Germania Life Insu rance Co., have been in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Hoover, of Gold Creek, who also have a fine farm at Greeley, Col., where they spend their winters, ex pected to leave for that place yesterday, to remain until April. John Carmichael, Esq., U. S. Inspector of Government Surveys, was in town Sunday, and went hence to inspect the township sur veys made this summer by Surveyor H. B. Davis, west of Philipsburg and near Helm ville. Mrs. McMillan, wife of President McMIl lan, of the College of Montana, returned Friday evening with her children from Chi cago, where they have resided the past sev eral months. They have had excellent health and a pleasant visit. Mr. C. E. Gable, Superintendent of the Sydney Mining Co., is in town, and expects to leave for Butte this evening. He is look ing at some of the best mining properties in this vicinity, and may arrange for the devel opment of one or more of them. Mr. D. C. Calkins, of the U. S. Geological survey, expects to start from here in a day or two with compass and odometer, to make a traverse of the roads via Avon, Blackfoot, Jay Gould, Stemple, McClellan Gulch and other points in the north of the county, which will occupy about three weeks. Messrs. W. H. Dixon, A. G. P. A. of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, and Mr. J. W. Casey, Traveling Agent of the same road, located at Portland, Or., visited Deer Lodge last Friday and Saturday. The gentlemen represent the best road between St. Paul and Chicago, with their own or con necting lines in every part of the interior Northwest. Their roads are unexcelled, the equipment of the best and the service in the hands of competent and accommodating oicials. Travelers will find it to their in terest to travel by the C. M. & at. P. The call of the gentlemen was a pleasure to their frileds here, and we hope to see them in Deer Lodge again. A. CA H.D. To the Voters of Deer Lodge county : To correct any misapprehension from re ports which I learn have gone abroad, I desire to state that I am and will remain a candidate on the Republican ticket for County Treasurer. I did not seek nomina tion for the office, but it having been unani mously tendered me, and at the solicitation of many friends, I accepted it, and if elet will do my best to properly perform the duties of the ofice. As my opponent does not contemplate a general canvass of the county, neither do I expect to make one; but thanking my friends for past favors, and assuring them I will appreeiate a contlun arce of the same at this election, I remain, Very respectfully, Law. COLEIAN. Deer Lodge, Oct. 10,188- 1005 t THY LATERT IMPROVED WESTERN WASHER, HORTEN MANUFACTURING COMP'Y, PRICk 8l . AT O,'NILL t MILLER'S. Ie@ LOCAL BREVITIES. The school house ground are to be fenced. County Commissioner Batterton anad Walker were in sesmion this week. I offer for rest a good piano; also for sale one canary bird. 100 tif Mas. Jxo. F. 8TnaLAn L. Gift Books in eleIant binding, and stan dard works bound in eloth, at Eastern prices, at the City Drug Store. 1003 tf. Just received, at We. Coleman's, the finest and largest line of Silverware to be found anywhere on the West side. 1002 tf Work on the Methodist church, which was delayed by the non-arrival of material, has been resumed andthe exterior work is nearly completed. If you intend to purchase an album the coming holidays, buy the metal back. It stands at the head. I. S. ELDnID, 1006 General Agent. The Northern Pacific Company, which heretofore charged double fare on the tunnel section from Buttes to Elliston, has reduced the rate there to single fare. $150 will buy from W. B. Miller, Deer Lodge, aspan of 5-year-old horses, sound and kind, and good travelers,with set of harness, nearly new, and wagon. 1002 tf A storm blew out of the Gold Creek mou.a tains Wednesday evening, bringing with it just a cobweb cover of snow for the earth the first of the season, and it went with the morning sun. The meeting of the stockholders of the Cottonwood. Mining Company, called for Saturday evening, is postponed until further notice, a number of the officers being unable to attend at that time. The Montana Union time schedule was changed again October 15th, the only ma terial change being that the morning ex press from Butler to Helena arrives a few minutes earlier. See time table. Mr. W. B. Richardson and wife arrived a few days ago from Colfax, W. T., and Mr R. has established a jewelry and watch and clock establishment two doors south of the bank. His goods will arrive in a few days. Mr. B. M. Douglas, with his United States geological survey party, now in the vicinity of Lincoln,-is expected at Deer Lodge in a couple of days. The field work for the sea son ends November 1st, when they go to Washington for the winter. John O'Neill and Harry F. Peterson have an interesting serial story in this issue. It is copy right and yet not copyright. It is a little rough on dogs, street games and nui sances of one kind and another, and is astep toward the better government of the town. Professor Lee will give a grand soiree at Lodge & Beaumont's Hall next Wednesday evening, and thereafter on Saturday after noons, from 4 to 11 p. m., will instruct ladies and children in dancing. Make application for membership at Deer Lodge Drug Co. 1006 It The big Deer Lodge Democratic demon stration of the campaign is expected to take place at and in the vicinity of Anaconda this afternoon and evening. It is expected from 60 to 75 will attend from Deer Lodge Hon. W. A. Clark and several other speakers are announced. The Inter-Mountain a few days since pre sented each of its local subscribers here with a twelve inch " golden" rule, but the Fire. mens' Fund Insurance Company is going it two better and giving each of its patrons a yard stick. It comes high as rates now are, but we have it. We are requested to solicit a full attend ance of the members of the Deer Lodge Re publican Club at their headquarters at 8 o'clock sharp to-morrow, Saturday evening, to nominate township officers and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the club. The examination of Elliott for shooting E. A. Strand, Axel Webber and James James at Elliston last week will take place before Probate Judge Emerson at 1 p. m. to-morrow, Saturday. At last accounts Strand was get ting along well, and Webber is already around on crutches. James was only slightly hurt." Three children of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, of Deer Lodge, have had scarlet fever this week. The disease is fortunately in mild form, and the aflicted ones are get ting along as well as possible. Mr. Wilson has quarantined his premises, and every pre caution of fumigation and isolation is taken to prevent any spread of the disease. While the penitentiary contract for pota toes was filled at 52 cents and temporarily established a rate, we are assared these prices will not continue. The potato crop in the valley is far below the average and prices will advance. Oats, which have been rated at 85 to 95 cents, will also advance. Formers who are not pressed will do well to wiwa tha market a chance. The New Minnie Palmer Mining Company designed to work property near Beartown has organized this week on a basis of 500,000 sbares of a par value of $1 each, Mr. Sam Riehie, who has worked the property for some years, affected the reorganization, and Will have ample means to do effective work hereafter. More extended mention of the enterprise will appear next week. Dr. A. H. Mitchell came up from the Dunkleberg District Wednesday evening a very happy man. He has opened a vein of ore in the Forest Rose four or five feet wide that will run 200 ounces of silver to the ton, and it is now being mined and sacked rapidly. The Doctor says: "I believe it is one of the best mining properties in Montana." We hope it will fulfill his expectations. Mr. Joseph A. Hyde's house, the finest res idence that has been erected in Deer Lodge, is now ready for the metallic roof, which will be put on by Zenor & Trask. O'Neill & Miller have the contract for the plumbing, and W, O. Redmond & Co., of Helena, will put in the steam heater. If the good weather continues it is possible the building may yet be ready for occupancy this season. The Rocky Mountain Telegraph line was completed between Anaconda and Philips burg Wednesday, and the transmission of the speeches at Mr. Clark's Philipsburg meeting the same evening evidenced it was in good working condition. The automatic attachment throwing in the words "un bounded entbusiasm" got away with the operator fifteen or twenty times, but we have assurance this will be corrected not later than November 6th. The line will be a great public convenience. Superintendent Ed. P. Mills, of the Cham pion, was in town this week. The shaft is now down 250 feet. A 10-foot "sump" has been sunk, and it was expected work would begin on the crosscut to-morrow. After crosscutting the vein levels will be run. There is a body of high grade ore in the shaft, and others have been cut going down which, when united, will make a fine body. The call for the option stock has been liber ally responded to, and the company has a sum in the treasury to do a large amount of work. The drug store at Granite, recently owned by A. W. Gordon, is ordered sold at Sheriff's sale under execution. This will offer a rare opportunity for some enterprising druggist to engage in a remunerative business, as the stock will doubtless be sold at a bargain. Date of sale will be announced in next issue. Any communications relative to purchase of property should be addressed to Cole & Whitehill attorneys for plaintiff, or to Le Coleman, Sheriff. Deer Lodge, M.T. 1000 It A SURE CURS FOR PILES. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointacent has cured Blind Bleeding and Itching Piles when all other Ointmenta hvefailed. It absorb h - tumors, allays titcllg at once. act as poutic', aive instathrelief. Dr. Kirk's (er man Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the privateaprts and nothin nelse Every box is. warranted. Sold by drug gists. or sent by mail on receipt of price, SI per box. Dr. J. H. Owing, gt989 lyD Lodge, M T. The most alarming and violent attacks of Billions Colic or Cholera Morhus, can be promptly relieved andicured by taking Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Darrhoea I Remedy. Sold by J. H. Owings. 1004 Prescriptions carefully compounded. day Snight. at the City Drug Store. 100.f. CAUGHT AT MBDICAL LAKB. Gum Johanse, the Murderer of John L. Carlson, Captured. Our readers Will recall that on-the night of August 24th Gus Johnson killed John L. Carson in a saloon at Anaconda. Carleon was sitting in a chair. Johnson asked him to drink. Carlson declined. Johnson im mediately shot him and Carlson died next morning. Johnson escaped to the moun tains. Under Sheriff Hatton followed him, or his trail, to the head of Bitter Boot, when overcome by exposure and overexer tion he had to give up the chase, and was confined to his bed several days by illness. On the night of September 5th, on informa tion received, Under Sheriff Bell started to Bitter Root for Johnson, but found the sus peated party had "jumped." Sheriff Cole man personally offered $100 reward for his capture, but no territorial reward was of fered. As a matter of fact Johnson had reached the railroad by that route, gone to a stone quarry about eight miles from Spokane and went to work under the name of Ed. Lan den. After being there a few days he wrote a letter to a party in Anaconda and gave it so W. H. Farrer, the foreman of the quarry, to mail. But before he mailed it the other workmen protested so against the filthiness of Landen that he was discharged. The foreman recollected that Landen had also worked in the quarry before under the name of Johnson, and suspicion being roused by some cause that he was wanted in Anaconda the foreman subsequently mailed the letter to Sheriff Lloyd, of Butte, supposing Ana conda was in the same county as Butte. SheriffLloyd at once notified Sheriff Cole man. - Requisition papers were obtained from Governor Leslie, and Under Sheriff Hatton immediately left for Spokane Falls. Arriving there he found Johnson alias Lan den had been discharged and gone away two weeks before. Securing the assistance of Chief of Police J. F. Warren and his officers, who rendered every assistance in their power, Mr. Hatton searched the surrounding country and camps, and after nine days' search found him working on the railroad near Medical Lake. The Spokane Falls Reviewo says: Johnson was working a scraper when SheriffHatton stepping up to him said: "Hello, Gus, how did you get here ?" Johnson turned pale, but pretended not to know his interrogator. "Oh, yes you do," remarked the Sheriff, you have seen me lots of times in Anaconda." "How did you know me?" gasped the criminal, as the Sheriff covered him with a revolver while an assistant slipped on a pair of handcuffs. He agreed to accompany his captor without a requisition.' Mr. Hatton had no difficulty in bringing home his prisoner, arriving last Monday and placing Johnson alias Landen in jail. Lan den in his letter, which was written in Swede, and the translation of which was se cured by the officers, told where the pistol was hid with which he did the shooting. He will plead before Judge De Wolfe to-morrow (Saturday) morning. READY. WITNassas.-Any one who has ever tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or seen it tried for Cramping Pains in the Stomach or Bowels, Cholera Morbus, or Diarrhoea, is ready and willing to recommend it. It always cures quickly. Sold byJ. H. Owings. 1004 HAIL AND FAREWELL, A Masonic Soelal Testimonial to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Stackpole. In testimony of their esteem and as an evidence of their regret that Mr. E. 8. Stackr pole and family are about to leave the com munity where they have resided so many years, the Masons of Deer Lodge, No. 14, A. F. and A. M., Deer Lodge, and their wives tendered them at the Masonic building Wed nesday evening of this week a "Hail and sarewel" parry, wrncn was plesasant in ai its features and which they will remember with gratitude as long as they may live. The reception was in the Lodge, where about 100 Masons and their families assembled, and an hour was spent in social entertainment. Succeeding this an elegant supper was served in the banquet room of the Lodge, its first use, and heartily enjoyed. Incidental thereto Brother A. B. Howard and Brother Hiram Knowles made some appropriate re marks, the former being one of the youngest and latest arrivals of the craft, testifying at their request his and the members' indebed ness to, and affection for, their departing brother, while Judge Knowles recited some interesting facts of the establishment of Ma sonry in Montana, the circumstances under which Deer Lodge No. 14 was organized some twenty years ago, with personal alla sions to Mr. and Mrs. Stackpole and their identification with the early history of the community and lodge, which "brought down the house." Mr. Stackpole responded in manner and words that indicated deepest gratitude. Concluding, he said that when leaving Idaho for Montana some twenty-two years ago, among those in the gulch who came to say good-bye was an old miner, who grasped his hand cordially and said: "I ain't going to make no long speech, Ed., but good-bye, and may the Lord take a liking to you." He had thought often of his old friend's kindly parting benison, and going hence now from amid so many friends he had learned in many years to love and es teem, he could not speak the feelings of his heart better or more truly than to reverently repeat the words with all earnestness-" May the Lord take a liking to you all." After the banquet the hall was cleared and with dancing, cards and social festivity the hours wore well into the morning before the "good-byes" were regretfully said. Mr. and Mr. Stackpole expect to leave some time next week for their new home in Athens, Tennessee. Mrs. Jacob Scondue, while visiting with her father-in law at Gaynor City, Mo., was taken very sick with Cholera Morbus. A physician was sent for, but as the doctor was not at home, Mr. 8. E. Wible, a merchant of Gaynor City, handed the husband of the sick lady a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. and asked him to try that, and if it did not cure, be need not pay for it, but it did its work and before returning to their home in Springfield, Ohio, they called and procured another bot tle. Uncle John Scondue, says he will never be without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Sold by J. H Owings. 1004 INSTALLATION OF REV. A. F. BISHOP As Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Deer Lodge. Owing to the non-arrival of the train on time, the ordination and installation of Rev. A. F. Bishop as pastor of the Presbyte rian church, Deer Lodge, was necessarily deferred from Friday evening until Sunday morning, when the services took place at the Presbyterian church. The services were conducted by Rev. Wm. Cobleigh, of Cor vallis, Rev. Hugh Lamont, of Missoula, and Rev. D. J. McMillan, D. D., of Deer Lodge. We are pleased to welcome Rev. Bishop to the pastorate here, and trust his relations with the congregation and people may be for the welfare and to the benefit of all. A WARNING. The modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that more persons die from diseases of the Throat and lungs than any other. It is probable that everyone, without exception, receives vast numbers of Tubercle Germs into the system, and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at frst slowly and is shown by a slight tickling sen sation in the throat and if allowed to con tinue their ravages they extend to the lungs producing Consumption, and to the head, causing Catarrh. Now all h i is dangerous, and if allowed to proceed will in time cause death. At the onset you must act with promptnees; allowing a cold .to go without attention is dangerous and may lose you your life. As soon as you feel that some thing is wrong with your Throat, Lungs or Nostrls, obtain a bottle of Boschee's German Syrup. It will give you immediate relief. i642.1y-eow THU OsDORJ NEW NO. 4 LIGOBT-RUNNINo Mowera, m all Osberne MExtras, now at Joan O'Nell's. ' SOitt SUCOND-JUDICI AL DISTRICT COURT.I October Term, 1888.-Stephen DeWolfe Ass elate Justice, Presiding. Prank B. Corbett, Clerk; Welling Napton, Deputy Clerk; Lew Coleman, 8heril OcTonBa 11, 1888. 2678-Territory vs. John Perkins. Tearinl down fence. Jury unable to agree and are discharged. M. W. Trask put upon the regular panel of petit jury. B613-Territory vs. Patrick Dooley. Asea.ul with intent. Arraignmet and, plea not guilty and trial set for October 18. 614--Territory vs. James Campbell. As sault with intent. Arraignment and defend ant given 24 hours to plead. 2588-Hilp Bros. vs. Toothaker et al. Cause placed on calendar and A. W. Gordon, one of the defendants, confesses judgment foi $2,531.50. 25M-Mary Daly vs. James W. Daly; di vorce. Placed on calendar and default of defendant entered and cause referred to J. E. Carne to take the testimony. 2.46-Lotta Snow vs. Albah Snow; divorce Judgment for plaintiff. 2612-Territory vs. Theodore Milroy. As snult with intent. Defendant arraigned and given statutory time to plead. 25863-William McDonald vs. Mary J. Me Donald. Leave to file an answer. 2579-Territory vs. John Perkins. Assault and jury find defendant not guilty. 2326-George Parrott vs. Mary Hunkleberg. On trial. OcTOBER 12, 1888. its-Territory vs. Theodore Milroy. Plea not guilty and trisl set for October 19, 1888. .2614-Territory vs. James Campbell. Plea not guilty and trial set for October 18. 2619-Territory vs. Isaac Milroy. Assault with intent. Arraignment and statutory time given to plead. 2608-Territory vs. John Stewart; perjury. Defendant arraigned and given statutory time to plead. 260--Terrimory vs. Chris. Lannen; perjury. Arraignment and 24 hours given to plead. 2606-Territory vs. Jerry Wallace; perjury. Arraignment and 24 hours given to plead. 2604-Territory vs. John Lannen; perjury. Arraignment and 24 hours given to plead. 2607-Territory vs. Edward Lannen; per jury. Arraignment and 24 hours given to plead. 2597-Territory vs. John Walker, August Holquist; injuring jail. Separate trial of John Walker; jury returned a verdict of guilty and fix punishment at one year in Ter ritorial prison. 2597-Territory vs. John Walker, August Holquist; injuring jail. Separate trial of Holquistand verdict of not guilty. OCTOBnR 13,1888. 2149-William Kelley vs. The Cable Com pany. Motion for new trial beard and post poned until October 20 by consent. 2499-David Simmons vs. Johanna Sim. mons; divorce. Judgment for plaintiff. 2592-Emma E. Eastin vs. John L. Eastin; divorce. Demurrer to complaint overruled, 2557-George Sweeney et al. vs A. Labrie et al. Writ of certiorari dismissed and pro ceedings stayed until November 1. 2566-N. P. & M R. R. Co. vs. N. P. R. R. Co. et al. Default of defendant H. August Whiting, and judgment that plaintiff be let into possession of property in controversy pending the determination hereof. 2609-Territory vs. Isaac Milroy. Plea not guilty and tiial set for October 19. 2599-Territory vs. James Edwards; burg lary. Trial verdict one year in penitentiary OCTOBER 15, 1888. 2590-Maggie Barker vs. Hiram Barker; divorce. Default of defendant and cause re ferred to D. M. Durfee to take testimony. 2604-Territory vs. John Lannen. Plea not guilty and trial set for October 22, 1888. 2605-Territory vs. Chris. Lannen. Plea not guilty and trial set for October 22, 1888. 2606-Territory vs. Jerry Wallace. Plea not guilty and cause set for trial October 22, 2607-Territory vs. Edward Lannen. Plea not g.ntfy a&uu uLUa o.D fer t.ial Ootobcr 00 2608-Territory vs. John J. Stewart. Plea not guilty and cause set for trial October 22 2592-Emma E. Eastin vs. John L. Eastin. Defendant ruled to answer ion the coming in of court October 16. 2598-Territory vs. Joseph Courtland; at tempt to commit burglary. Trial verdict ol guilty and one year in Territorial prison. 2610-Territory vs. John R. Burton. As sault with intent to do bodily injury. Trial and verdict of guilty, with recommendation of mercy. 2546--Lotta Snow vs. Albah Snow. Decree signed and entered. 2499-David Simmons vs. Johanna Sim mons. Decree signed and entered. 2476-F. B. Holman vs. Barney Peoples. By agreement cause dismissed at plaintiff's casts. 2561-J. M. Long vs. E. Christie. Cause continued for the term. 2560-Thomas F. Hynes vs. Frank Barnes et al. Continued for the term. 2423-Ed Zimmerman vs. Moses Roberts. Continued for the term. OCTOBER 16,1888. 2444-Territory vs. Theodore Milroy; ob. structing public highway; nolle prosequi en toered. 2611-Territory vs. Gus Johnson; murder. Arraignment and defendant given 24 hounrs to plead. 2530--.F. Parkinson vs.Nicholas Connolly Demurrer withdrawn and defendant given leave to answer. October 19, 1888, fixed for passing sentence upon John Walker, James Edwards, Joseph Courtland and John R. Burton. 2493-Joel P. Catching vs. John Lannen; libel and slander. Cause on trial. John Bielenberg fined $10 for contempt in disobeying service of venire for jury. OcTOBER 17, 1888. 2564-Wingfield L. Brown vs. William McDonald et ux. Proof of attorney fee, 2592-Emma L. Eastin vs. John L.Eastin; divorce. Default of defendant and cause re" ferred to W. L. Brown to take testimony. 2594-Frank J. Wilson vs. Purtle & Lynch. Placed on calendar and set for hearing on matters of law for October 20, 1888. 2611-Territory vs. Gus Johnson. Demur rer to indictment and set for hearing on de murrer October 20th. OCTOBER 18, 1888. 2493-Joel P. Catching vs. John Lannen; libel apd slander. Trial resumed and com pleted and jury retired. Territory vs. Patrick Dooley. Demurrer to indictment sustained and notice of appeal. Defendant held to await the action of Grand Jury. Territory vs. James Campbell. Demurrer to indictment sustained and notice of appeal and defendant held to await the action of next Grand Jury. Territory vs. Theodore Milroy. Same as above. Territory vs. Isaac Milroy. Same as above. -- J - A Favorlte School Teacher. Correspondence New North-West. Naw Carcaoo, MONT., October 14,1888. The term of the public school at Willow Creek, of which Miss Mary Mullen was teacher, closed with a fine exhibition last Friday night, attended by the largest assem blage that was ever gathered at the school house of Willow Creek. The expressions of the parents and visitors were very compli mentary to Miss Mullan as a teacher, and the affectionate parting between pupils and teacher showed that they held her in high esteem. Miss Mullan goes to Sunset to teach a winter term there. The good wishes of the people of Willow Creek will go with her. Hoping your crowded columns will give space to the above from this part of the coun try, I am respectfully, X. A Woman's Discovery. "Another wonderful discovery has been made, and that too by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discoveay for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking the fiat dose that she slept all night, and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C. Ham rick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Get a free trial bottle at the Deer Lodge Drug Co's drug store. 986 N. BENNETT, President. W. BENNETT, Vice Pres't & Manager. THOS. MORGAN, Sec'y and Treas'r. BENNETT BROS. COMPANY, --JOBBEBS AND DEALERS IN Farm lmpln nts, W' Wiaol ad Carriages. Montana Agents for the Following Celebrated Manufacturers: Studebalor Bros. Schattler Farm Spnri Wsapi, ller BUesi ani Carriags, Uilm and StudebaIer Carries and Buis Esterley Binders, Crown Mowers, Hollingworth Rakes, Hay Loaders, Saw Mills sad Engines, Seeders and Drills, Leffell Water Wheels, DedricLk Hay Presses, Steel and Chilled Sulky and Walking Plows. Also a FUL.L AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS; From the Cheapest to Hill & Co's Concord-in Team, Single and Double Buggy. Barb Wire, Baling Ties, Fan Mills, Carden Hose and Lawn 8rrinklers. In fact a Most Complete Line of all Goods Pertaining to our Business will be found in our Warehouses. AND WE GUARANTEE BETTER GOODS AT LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN MONTANA. CALL IN 971 and see us, whether you wish to purchase or not. AN ASSESSOR ASSASSINATBD. Lewis Sweet, of Yellowstonb County, Shot Through a Window. Bdlings Gazette, October 11. Considerable excitement was created on the street yesterday morning when the news was circulated about town that a telegram had been received by the coroner summoning him to Park City to hold an inquest on the body of one of the best-known citizens of Yellowstone county, Assessor Lewis Sweet. The first impression seemed to be that Mr" Sweet had committed suicide, but from the most reliable information that can be ob tained at the hour of going to press, and probably all that can be learned before the result of the coroner's inquest is made pub lic, seems to indicase that Mr. Sweet came to his death at the hands of an assassin, and that the deed was one of the most cold blooded murders imaginable. It appears that on Tuesday afternoon Mr. Sweet loaded his shotgun and stood it against the wall in his bedroom, and at the same time asked his son where the revolver was. At about 9 o'clock in the evening, after Mr. Sweet's two sons had retired for the night, and as Mr. Sweet was preparing for bed, a shot was fired, and the boys, jumping up, ran into their father's room, which ad joins their own and is separated from it by a doorway but no door, in time to see their father fall to the floor. One of the boys immediately went to Park City and told that his father had killed him self. The shot was also heard by one of the neighbors, who went to Mr. Sweet's house and found him lying on his face and side at the foot of his bed. His face had been scratched when he fell to the floor, and his left side was riddled by a charge of buckshot. Mr. Sweet's gun was found with both barrels leaded, where he had placed it in the after noon, and the revolver was also found with every chamber containing an unexploded cartridge. A wire screen in the window of the room occupied by Mr. Sweet's sons has a hole through it and is covered with burnt powder, which would seem to indicate that the shot was fired from the outside of the house, through the window and doorway connect ing the two rooms, these two points being in line with the position in which the body was found in the second room. Mr. Sweet's sons also say that their room was full of sparks when they first sprang out of bed, and there are tracks near the window through which the shot was fired, but they will prob ably have been obliterated by last night's rain. What the motive for the shooting was, or who did it, is at present a mere matter of ooftJo6.r, anad until th. myatery is solved by the authorities must remain so. Coroner Kelly continued the inquest until to-day, and it may be some days before much light is thrown on all the facts and circum stances surrounding the death of Mr. Sweet. but it seems probable that the truth will eventually be known. The fight between the Democrats and Re publicans will be a bitter and determined one this fall. Both parties are sanguine of elect ing their man, and are straining every effort to place their candidate in the presidential, chair. While we do not venture an opinion as to who will be elected, we are prepared to wager that the worst case of back ache or kidney complaint can be effectually cured by the use of Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold by Deer Lodge Drug Co., Wm. F. Shanley, Manager. 1006 It The Leap Year Party. The Leap Year party, the burden of pre paring for which as an impromptu affair fell on Mrs. Dr. A. H. Mitchell and Mrs. George S. Miller, took place at Lodge and Beanu mont's hall last Friday night, antI was a splendid success. The ball is new, this being the first time it was used, and it has com mended itself as just the place for elegant dances. It is large, with high ceiling and with a finish dressing of the floor will be all that can be desired, even forgreat occasions, if the gentlemen of the Deer Lodge Club will, as on this occasion, kindly permit the use of their rooms therewith. For club dances, or dancing school, it will be first rate. Our people,tbrough an impossibility the past year or two to secure a suitable hall, have almost forgotten how to dance, but the discovery of this new hall will doubtless re sult in the early organizatipn of one or more clubs. We hope, too, a dancing school will be started, not only for adults but children. We may be going against the convictions or prejudices of older and better people, but we believe sincerely in instructing children to dance and letting them enjoy themselves that way indoors during winter months. Two or three hours of Saturday afternoons could not be better employed than in instruc tion under a good teacher. It is good exer cise and it gives a grace and ease of move ment that cannot be otherwise acquired. There is no pleasanter and happier sight than a room full of dancing children. But about that Leap Year party. It was very pleasant, indeed. Mr. Kennicott furnished the music and the ladies the collation, which is sufficient evidence that both were good, and the dance lasted till the very reasonable hour of 2 a. m. A number of distinguished gentlemen from neighboring cities added to the gallantry of the occasion, and the fair ones had ample choice of partners. The pleasure of this occasion will add to the re gret that Leap Year is so nearly ended. A lady who was afflicted with Salt Rheum on the face and other parts of the body for many years and who was treated by the best physicians on the Pacific Coast without any but temporary relief says, Dutard's Specific has entirely cured me of my troublesome complaint, and although I have not used the medicine for many months, I have had no return of the disease. I shall always feel grateful to you. Sold by Deer Lodge Drug Company, Wm. F. Shanley, Manager. Extendlag the Water System. O'Neill & Miller, who do the work for the Deer Lodge Water Company, are this week extending the water mains from Connifi's corner to the depot. the company having contracted with the Montana Union to fur nish water for the locomotives. A fire plug will also be put in near the lumber yard, which will afford protection by short hose to the station buildings, etc. Work has also commenced to extend the mains by three inch pipe westward on Third street and across the river to West Deer Lodge. where a number of residents desire to use it. Last winter and the past summer and autumn demonstrated that the Deer Lodge Water Company's pipes are below frost (even at 570 in new earth after a long severe spell), and that the supply is amply adequate in an ex tremely dry season, although the insuarance pool, to which we will devote some attention before the Legislature adjourns, has ad. vanced the insurance rates in Deer Lodge. Whether the system will be extended to West Deer Lodge under the river or over the bridge we have not learned. The Silver Bow county tax for the ensuing year is-fixed at 15 mills. COURT NOTES. Incident to the October Term at Deer Lodge It is perfectly evident now that very few civil cases will be tried at the present term of the court. The principal causes which have been tried so far are criminal, and there are a number of other criminal causes set for trial, and which will it is thought consume the entire time of the court during the balance of the session. One or two un important civil causes have been sandwiched in and disposed of, and one important one, so far as time is a question, that of Catching against Lannen, was tried this week. Many of the cases have been standing ready for trial for two or three terms, and the costs to litigants are simply enormous. Something ought to be and doubtless will be done to relieve the crowded state of the docket. There have been four convictions for fel ony up to the present time, Joseph Court land was convicted of an attempted burglary at Anaconda, and John Edwards of a burg lary at Philipsburg. These parties each get one year. John R. Burton, a colored man, was convicted of an assault upon Andrew Sullivan last June at Anaconda with intent to do bodily injury, and the punishment left to the court. These parties are to be sen tenced to-day. APPLES! APPLES!! APPLES!!I Choice Michigan Apples at Lodge & Beaumonts. We have two Cars of choice Michigan Apples-Baldwin, Spitzenberg, Northern Spy, Russetts, Etc.,-the choicest varieties for winter use, due to arrive in a few days. Reserve orders and get choice Apples at low figures. LODGE & BEAUMONT. 1006 It San Francisco, Cal, April 2. For several weeks my wife suffered sever vl with kidney affection of a very aggravat ed character which seemed to defy all the usual remedies. I finally tried the OREGON KIDNEY TEA. The effect was an immed late improvement, and she has now entirely recovered her health. H. G" PRINCE. Salesman at Cutting Co. For Sale by Deer Lodge Drug Company, Wm. F, Shanley, Manager. 1006 tf Prison Evangelists. Mr. Elizabeth A. Wharton and Miss Mary Moorman, Prison Evangelists, in which work the former has been engaged five years, during which she has visited every State and Territory in the Union, were in town last Friday and visited the jail and penitentiary preaching, praying and singing with the prisoners. They spent most of their time at the United States prison, where many of the prisoners took much interest in the devo tlonal exeruises, anai austLaurzed Wartdel McTague to give the ladies $25 from their savings as a contribution to their work. The ladies desired us to express their thanks to the officers and prisoners of the institution for the great kindness shown them and to express their commendation of the condition and treatment of the prisoners. The ladies held street service in the evening, and a liberal collection rewarded them. They talk and sing well and seem earnest in their work, and while especially desiring they should not be mistaken for Salvation Army people, said "there are some good, well-meaning people among them." The Prison Evangel ists expect next to visit Europe and go to Palestine. They "travel by faith, without scrip or purse, trusting entirely to the Lord," but'they seemed to have railroad passes over the entire continent, which are quite handy as an auxilliary agency in case they should be overlooked in other quarters. The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testi fies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of rheumatism of ten years' standing." Abraham Hare, drug gist, Bellville, Ohio, affirms: "The best sell ing medicine I have ever handled in my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thou sands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kid neys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at the Deer Lodge Drug Co's drug store. .56 DIED. BURBRIDGE.-At Red Bluff, Madison Coun ty, Montana, on Wednesday, October 3, of dysentery, Hattle, youngest daughter of Delia Barbridge, aged 4 years, ADAMs.-At Red Bluff, Madison County, Montana, on Sunday, October 7, of dys entery, Goldie Myrtle, only child of C. R. and Nellie Adams, aged 1 year, 4 months, and 21 days. KAyNTNER.-TO Deer Lodge, M. T., Friday, October 12, 1888, of inflamation of the stomach, Lewis Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cantner, aged 5 months and 24 days. This bereavement falls with sad severity upon Mr. and Mrs. Kantner, they having lost five children in the past few years. Only one remains, the eldest. They have the ear nest sympathy of the community in this affliction. s8top That Cough. Great danger often results from neglected coughs, and it will not do to experiment with medicines boomed by imported testimo nials of parties whose very existence is ques tionable. The proper thing to do is to al ways keep in your cupboard a bottle of Acker's English Remedy, which has proved so satisfactory to our own fellow citizens: Read this home testimonial: -DEER LODGE, Oct. 8,1887. I have been suffering some time from a painful chronic cough, and have used Shiloh's and other medicines without experiencing the least benefit. Recently I purchased a bottle of Acker's English Remedy, which has cured me. I firmly believe that for affec tions of the throat and chest it possesses marvelous curative powers. THOMAS MORGAN, (with Bennett Bros). Acker's Blood Elixir and Acker's English Remedy for coughs-the most reliable medi cuines on the market, are for sale by all drug gists; in Deer Lodge only by 95 ly DEEa LODGE DRUG Co. PROTECT YOUR EYES. Mr. A. Hirschberg, the well known St. Louis Optician, has appointed Wm. Coleman agent for his celebrated Non-changeable Dia mond Spectacles-every pair guaranteed to suit the eyes for lite. The best Oculists and Physicians pronounce in their favor, and all who use them are only too glad to testify to their clearness, durability, and comfort and ease they give to the eyes, even upon the most difficult work. Call and examinesome. Wx. COLEMAN, 996 Sole Agent for Deer Lodge. Information Wanted. Missing from Minneapolis, and supposed to have started for Montana, a boy 12 years of age; fair complexion; dark brown hair; tall for his age; long, freckled face; will probably go by the name of Herman Baker or Henry Lumpp. Information with regard to the above will be gratefully received by his mother. Address office of the NEW NoRTa-WaST, Deer Lodge, Montana. 992tf Mr. John M. Barrett, at one time eaitor of the Independent, died recently at St. Paul. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. A Democratic barbecue meeting is to be held at Boulder, October 24, with the big guns present. The Record of Sunday publishes an excel. lent portrait of Hon. Thomas H. Carter, Re publican candidate for Congress. The Motor Line Company in Helena have received one of their new Baldwin engines, and will have two cars in a couple of days. The Manitoba, and Montana Central Rail roads will begin running through passenger trains between St. Paul and Butte, Nov. 10. The Northern Pacific Company, after thor oughly testing, has contracted for the entire output of the Horr coal mines at Cinnabar. The Horr coal mines near Cinnabar have been putting out four cars of coal daily. From this on it is proposed to put out 10 cars per day. The Record says Helena is to have a new hotel, to cost $250,000. It will be built on north Main street, in the vicinity of the Power Block. Butte produced, says the Inter-Mountain, about 9,890 barrels of beer from January to October 1, 1888, beside selhng 5,900 barrels of imported beer. Ralph Bailey, the young cowboy who ac cidentally shot himself at Miles City a week ago, died of blood poison. He was aged 28 and from Columbus, Ohio. The N. P. R. R. Co. have about a hundred men at work changing the road to what is known as the Marshall grade a short distance east of the city.-Missoula Item. The Lewis and Clark county Grand Jury indicted Bryson for mhrder in the first de gree for killing Annie Lundstrom. The evidence is circumstantial but very strong. Four footpads waylaid Gus Nelson, the N. P. Express Messenger in Missoula, a few nights ago, but a shot from his revolver put them on the run and Gus proceeded to the depot. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Emma Hedges (youngest daughter of Judge Cornelius Hedges and wife, Helena,) to Mr. Woodbridge, of the First National Bank, Helena. At Granite last Tuesday evening, Ruby Lodge, A. F. & A. M. was chartered, conse crated and its officers installed. A number of visitors from Philipsburg were in atten dance.-[Mail, 11th. Last Saturday W. A. Fry crossed Sun river with 7,000 bead of fine stock sheep. They belonged to Nick Bielenberg, of Deer Lodge, who is driving them into this section to be sold. They were a fine lot of sheep.-Sun River Sun, 10th. Col. A. M. Woolfolk, an old resident of Helena, where he practiced law and journal ism for many years, is visiting that city. He has for a few years past been a resident of Chicago, engaged in developing and patenting inventions which promise him rich return in time. Charley Fisher shot and killed "Shack" Wheeler, a soldier of the 25th infantry, at the 4-mile house, about a mile from Fort Mis soula, Saturday. Fisher and Wheeler were friends. The former claims that he pointed the gun at Wheeler in sport, and did not know the gun was cocked. The many Montana friends of Mr. John A. Creighton, or Omaha, who formerly lived in this Territory, will sincerely condole with that gentleman in the loss of his estimable and accomplished wife, who died at Omaha last week. Mrs. Creighton was a lady of broad Christian views, whose magnificent yet unpretentious charities made her re spected and beloved by all classes of people. -Inter-Mountan . The Northern Pacific had hard luck last week. Two freight trains came in violent collision near Hope, and one engine ex ploded, killing two men. Both trains were badly wrecked. There is also a wreck at Grey Cliff and another near Mandan. A train was also wrecked by the caving in of an embankment on the Clark's Fork of Colum bia. These accidents delayed passenger trains for several days past. Base ball players, athletes, and all who take any vigorous exercise should know that Dr. Henley's Dandelion Tonic is a thorough good bracer. It produces new vitality, strengthens the muscles s.nd enables them to perform twice the usual amount of work without becoming fatigued. Sold by Deer Lodge Drug Company, Wm. F. Shanley, Manager. 1006 It INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC Will be given by the undersigned, as applied to the PIANO AND ORGAN. Applications may be addressed, care of Shanley's Deer Lodge Drug Store, or through postoffice, to S. A. KENNICOT. i Mnsic furnished for Balls, Parties, etc. 1004 tf 1N'W. TO-DIA.Y. -AT LOGDE & BEAUIOFl'S HALL, -ON Fridy E. le'L Oct. 26,1888. TICKETs, $2.50. Good Music has been secured. Supper will be fur nished at the 0. K. Restaurant. W'Tickets will be on sale at the Postofcle after Monday, Oct. 22. 1006 2t By order of COMMITTEE. W. B. RICHARDSON, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Wishes to announce to the people of Deer Lodge and vicinity, that he has opened a Jewelry Store in Deer Lodge, where he is prepared to do any and all kinds FINE WATCH REPAIRING. Also Repairing of Jewelry. And solicits a share of your patronage. All Work Strictly Flrst-c!aes and Warranted. irrStore 2 Doors South of the Bank. N. B.-A full lineof Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Is now in transit, and will be received in a few days. 1006 t Estray Hone-$5 Reward. Broke away from my corral In Deer Lodge, Wednesday eveninmg, October 17, one dark bay horse. aged 7 years, weight about 1,000 pounds; branded (blurred) on left bsoulder E D;, one white hind oot; d harness and bridle on when he got away. I will pay 15.00 Reward for his return to Ward's Livery Stable, Deer Lodge. 1006 tf JOHN EDMONSON. SEED POTATOES FOR SALE. 1 have this year produced a sumfcent quantity of the famous "Early Maine" Potatoes to offer seed for sale. They are very early, very productive and nearly all large, and for cooking are as Sne a potato as I ever raised. I very heartily recommend them. I will deliver on board care at Bear Mouth, at $3 per 100 pounds. 1005 U ANDREW WHITlSIDES, Bear Mouth.