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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. Court peer Lodge. No. 7,506, A. 0 F., meets every I.har,.v eeningat 7.8o lock1o, at Unon lUiall. All ,,ing bretren are cordially invited to attend. WELLING NAPTON, C. R. JouS (GALBBAITH. Secretary. 967 ORDER OF IRON HALL. bhe meetings of Branch No. e.93 of the order of iIronls will e held at Union Hall, on the fart and -'lrd Fr.I1v evenings of each month at 8 o'clock. ,itin" Friends of the Order are cor.ially invited to t wlh uo. JOSEPHI McDONNALL, ('. J. nW II. Tntrrar, Accoultant. 966 ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. tlonnt Powell Lndge No. 18, A. O. U W., meets bthe frrt sl third Tuesdays of each month, at Union ..l. t 7 O0 p. m. Visiting Brethren are cordially in rtc to attend. J. E. VAN GUNDY, M. W. p BADnE, Recorder. 966 GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Regalar Assemblies at Uni-n Hall, second and fourth Fridays ot each month, at Z.80 p. m. Visiting Com Lraes are cordially invited to attend. L F. NMaTrt, Adjutant. Hi. A. SwUaa, P.C. 952 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Valley Lodge No. 6, K. of P., meets every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, at Union Iall. All visiting Brethren are cordially invited to be present at te meetn HANSEN C.C. EMIL HANSEN, C.C. C. S. SCHROEDER, K. of R. & 8. 965 1. O. G. T. Independent Order of Good Templars Deer Lodge, No 32, 1. O. . , meets every Monday evening at 7.30. All visiting members of above Order are cordially invited to attend. D C. IRVINE, C. T. S. C. ROWELL, Secretary. 10111 8m MONTANA UNION TIME TABLE. Arrival and Departure of Trains at Deer Lodge, Taking Effect Nov. 7, 1888. Bound South. Bound North. No.4 Exp..,10.40 a.m. No.3 Exp.., 3.14 p. m No.6 freight, 7.53a. mi. No.Sfreig't, 704p m No.2 Exp... 7.04p.m. No.1 Exp... 9.36a. m J. H. CALDERHEAD, Ag't, Deer Lodge. GARRISON TIME TABLE. N. P. west bound Express passes Garrison at 6.45 p. m. _. P. east bound Express passes Garrison at 3.40 p. m. N. P. Missoula bound Express passes Garri son at 10 a. m. N. P Helena bound Express passes Garrison at 10 a m. i. E. SPUaRI.Bi, Ag't, Garrison. Passengers and mails leave Deer Lodge for East over Northern Pacific at 3.14 p. m. and arrive at 7.04 p. 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., wall be charged for at advertising rates. CHAMPION MINING COMPANY, Developing a Splendid Property-A Big Vein of Rich Ore at 280 Feet. The Lily lode, one of the four owned by the Champion Mining Co, In Oro Fino dis trict, and on which they are at present work ing, has developed on the 250-toot level as fine a body of ore as can be shown in any mine in Montana. The level has been run west some 35 feet, showing 6 to 8 feet of ore, and looking better in the face than it had before. The company has concluded, how ever, to sink 100 feet deeper, and work on the shaft was resumed Tuesday. As soon as this force gets out of the way, a level will be run east on the vein, two extra shifts being put on. Supt. E. P. Mills this week con. tracted with Mr. John B. Toole, of the Ana conda Company, to crush their ore, about two car loads being mined, one of which will be shipped next week. He estimates it will yield 150 to 170 ozs. An ore house for high grade, 18x22, and a platform 16x22 for second grade, has been completed and every thing is in shape for winter operations. The Champion's "prospect" days are past-it is "a mine"-and a good one. Stock has ad vanced 300 to 400 per cent. in the past sixty days. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. THa BzsT SALVE in the world for Cuts, Bruimses Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheom, Fever C4 Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, 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. [1009 ly TOWN NOTICE. All persons indebted for Town Licenses under the ordinance of the town of Deer Lodge, passed October 15, 1888, are hereby notified that the same are now due, and they are required to pay the same forthwith to the undersigned. HABtY F. PETERSON, - Recorder of the Town of Deer Lodge. November 15, 1888 1010 tf GEORGE Ofro AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. J. I. CAoS BGenmIs AND Taussn.ns, m McCormick Harvesters and Mowers, Peter 8chuttler Wsrons,w Drills, Seeders and Cultivators, Sulky and Walking Plows, nl BARBED, BALING AND BINDING WIRE, I Genuine Hollingsworth Hay Rakes, br, Bill's Concord and Peter's Team and Baggy Harness, Will handle only first-class Goods and gusarantee prices lower than any other Implement Honse in the ] Territory. gri "Too Late." Philipsburg Mail, 22d. da An old man named Edgar Fey died at tml Milot's hotel last Sunday morning, at about 6 o'clock. He had no known friends or rela lei tives, and was buried at the expense of the al county. He was at least 70 years of age, and had gray hair and beard. He worked a short ref time at Rumsey, but in the past few days of th his life he engaged in sawing wood at Kirk- pr ville. Saturday morning, however, he was unable to pursue his labor, and was given fr, money by some of the citizens to pay his way H to Deer Lodge, in view of going into the pl hospital at that place. He missed the train Saturday morning and went to the hotel, in- D tending to start on his journey Sunday morn- G lng, which he did; but the journey he took cc was perhaps the one he least expected, but ti was undoubtedly the easiest for him to pur sue. el How often do we hear our friends say: fr "Oh, I am feeling pretty well but have a slIght pain in my back that I suppose will soon pass away." But does it pass away? ai No, not often unless assisted by some good remedy. Pain in the back is frequentlo fol lowed by weakness, flushing of the hody, nucous and'milky discharges, eruptionson , the face and neck, dizziness, loss of appetite, o general bebility and Bright's disease of the kidneys If you have any of these symptoms n do not delay but save time mon2saafa by using Oregon Kidney Tea. It is a safe and speedy remedy. Sold by Deer Lodge Drug Company, Wm. F. Sanley, Manager. 1012 BRICK FOR SALE. I have in kiln, over and above amount re quired to complete my Deer Lodge contracts this year, 500,000 to 600,000 good quality brick, which I offer for sale at reasonable figures. Call on or address A.O. RIcHARDS, i Sept.25, 1888. [1003 tf] Deer Lodge. W. W. HIGGINS, WHOLeSALEa AND RETAIL GROCER! KEEPS CONsTANTLY ON HAND A Complete Assortment of Goods -IN HIS LINEG Which he offers on as good terms as any house in the Territory. Sole Agent for the COALI.ORNIA POWDER Agent for the Celebrated Snow Flake Flour. INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC Will be given by the undersigned, as applied to the PIANO AND ORGAN. Applications may be aJdressed, care of Applaney's Deer Lode Drug Store. or through potofDlice, to S. A. KENCOT IJ-Munsic furnished for Balls, Parties, etc. STORM WINDOWS Save more money in fuel than they cost. We are now taking order, for two or three car loads. Send your orders withot dela to (,ILCcHIST Duos. & EDAR, 100L tf Helenla MontaDnS E. L. Bonner . Deer Lodge, Montana. Led en in tyles: s d CoR I Cr i A S A p Sole Agents for the Celebrated DUNLAP H TS, In all different Styles, inclndin Silk, Stiff, Opera, Soft, Fedras and Paris Design Crushers 4 ' § r The Largest and Best Assorted Stoc4 of Ladies, Misses and Children's C LOAKS AND W[ZAPS Ever Brought to Deer Ledge co ty, Comprising Seal, Plush Sacques and Ulsters, The Latest Paris Styles and Color gs in New Markets and Jac 1ets, at Guaranteed Eastern Prices. Our Stock of Men's, Youth's and Children's c1othinl, S Geits' Fill hills, Hats, Caps. B:ots and Shoes, C imnot be Equalled in the City. OUR STOCK OF CARPETS Is Beyond Comparison with any other itock in Deer Lodge county. Over 100 Different atterns. Boos, Shoes alnd Rae iGoos. J. S Turner and Johnson & Murph Hand-Sewed French Calf Boots and Shoes, to Gentleman's wear. Kelley & Moore, A. J. Johnston & o. and Gray Bres. Shoes-lu all style Toes and ste, for La dies. Misses and Children. OVER 200 CASES RUBBE GOODS. Woonsocket Rubhber Co's and Wales Goodyear are the best Standards. And the Goodyear Rubber Co. is he tdquarters for Fine Specialties. I' We keep a full and complete stoc of the above, and guarntece them to be the best i the world. THAT OUR STOCK O1 Fine Family Cr ceries Are the Best in the city, is never q estioned. AGENTS FOR THE CONTINENTAL OIL OMP'Y. RESPECTFULLY, ET, Deer Lodge, 1V*. T. hel PERSONAL. sti -- fro Mr. Isaac D. Huntoon, of Helena, is over from Helena enjoying Thanksgiving. an Mr. John Bolt, who has beet ill of pneu- Ba monia the past three weeks, is 4onvaleseing. inl Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Elliott, o4 Race Track, ar were in town attending the ball last even- grn lng. tra Dr. A. H. Mitchell, Dr. Chas F. Mussig brod and Mr. Ehrick Musslg rod were in town yesterday. In Mr. L. O. Leonard, of the Re iew and Tele- dii graph, was in town Tuesday, ad paid tribute to Uncle Dick's Treasury. Bre Judge Galbraith went to 4illings a few mi days ago and met his children, who were re- tit turning from their visit to Iowi. ra Messrs. Ed. S. Larable and IC. X. Larabie In left for Tacoma last Saturday, Ind will prob ably visit California before returning. Mr. A. J. Dusseau, one of oir favorite old Q residents, but now of Butte~ was in town w; this week convalescing frors a severe and protracted illness. Mrs. John Gerber has arrived at Garrison from California, and now "Jolhnny" is haplsy. R Her many friends in Deer Lodge will be pleased with a visit any time soon. Mr. Joseph C. Spooner, an old resident of Deer Lodge, who has been it Washington Gulch for several years, has returned here to N convalesce from illness and iremain during ni the winter. ti Mr. Will. F. Furay, Clerk and Recorder elect, left last Saturday for a ionth's visit to friends in Omaha, Chicago ani St. Louis. A It host of friends wish him pleasant journey ft and quick return. The town has been full if visitors this a week-a crowd thronging up street from each h train, and all trying to reach'the Treasurer's office first. Uncle Dick K nnon has had a more callers than anybody ths past ten days. I The "10 per cent." goes on t -morrow. . , "Grandmother" Stuart, th oldest lady in t Deer Lodge, who has been quite feeble re cently, was in critical condi ion yesterday. r Her sons, Thomas and Sam el, came down from Oro Fino, and her ,randson James - came over from Helena esterday. It is feared she cannot long survi e. Mr. A. B. Hammond was ery dangerously t ill, of pneumonia, this weei. Although he -hat excellent physicians, rs. Hough and Amsden, of Butte, specially killed and expe rienced in the treatment of neumonia, were Stele.raphed for, and accom anied by Mr. M. J. Connell, went down y special train. When they returned the c isis was past and Mr. Hammond improving. PHOTOGRAPHS. Those wishing A No. 1 hotographs will Is do well to call on H. M. Rice, asb he a new light and can take a kind of picture you wish, ad always gives satisfaction. 10 lollit DHoliday Goods--Ma e our Selection. JUST RECEIVED IBY THE ' Deer Lodge rug Co., A Splendid Line of'l idaV Goods. ed Stationer e in st Wares, here. ry and make s o r selections and Shave them set aside whi the stock s large and there is ample choice .- First come, first ed Deli' Isdan geýFous. DE E LOD E DRUG CO., Nov. 15. WM. F. Sit Ns.CE, Manager. We 1010 it ar and get a Chest Call at the City Drug y re an attack of Protector. It may save y 1011 tf. paumonias. LOCAL BREVITIES. Hower, "The Photographer." 1011 Ut I inlash all my own work. Howan. 2t W. B. Richardson warrants every watch he repairs. 1012 tf The County Commisslioners will meet in regular session next Monday. The aesat line of Confectionery in Deer Lodge at Charlie Kenyon's. 1007 tf Call on lower; at the Car, for first-class work-corner Court Square. 1011 2t Messrs. J. C. Shaabert & Co. announce themselves as real estate and stock brokers in this issue. "Jes cum"-Faussg CaUToUrTs, no old camlgn phellers, at Charlie Kenyon's. Just received, at Wa. Coleman's, the finest and largest line of Silverware to be found anywhere on the West side. 1002 tf "Dick," a fine bird dog owned by Frank Conley, was killed yesterday by poison thrown over the penitentiary fence. Such work is fiendish. Hower, "The Photographer of Montana," has come to town with his car, and is located on the vacant lot-Southwest corner "Court Square." 1011 21 If you intend to purchase an album the coming holidays, buy the metal back. It stands at the head. I. S. ELDRED, 1006 General Agent. Cabinets are $6.00 per dozen, and I will guarantee as good work as any done in the Territory. Proofs shown if desired. 1011 21 HowER. The dog tax takes effect to-morrow. All dogs not registered and tagged are liable to be impounded and killed. Call on Recorder Peterson and put up. The ladies of St. James Episcopal Guild will give an Oyster Supper and Social at Beaumont Hall on Friday evening, Dec. 7th, i from six until eleven. Supper 50 cents. 1012 2t We introduce in this issue a new feature- Music. "Taps" will catch the old soldiers. Next week we will present a very pretty ballad-"Love's Old Sweet Song," by the favorite composer, J. L. Molloy. A new skylight has been put in H. M. Rice's Photograph Gallery, adjoining the City Hotel, and he can now take chillrens pictures in cloudy, as well as in clear weath er. 1010 tf The W. C. T. U. of Helena are again gath ering books for the prisoners in the peniten tiary. The citizens of Helena have hitherto made them several large and valuable dona tions of that character. One man got licked by an outsider for dis turbing the Salvation Army meeting the other night, and another was fined by ajury, in Judge Emerson's court, $1 and cests $35.55 in all-for putting pepper on the stove. The Salvation Army street racket has abated since last issue. Up to this writing they have merely marched a couple of blocks from their barracks and returned to hold meetings, and they have been let severely alone. This is the better treatment. Dr. Hower, the expert, after looking over the Oro Fino district a few days, said "he couldn't understand how such a district had laid so many years undeveloped." He was informed. But these things are past. It will boom henceforth with the best of them. Parties wanting stock in the Southern Cross gold mine, can purchase a limited number of shares of the Treasury stock, at 25 cents per share, by applying to R. S. Kelley. Preference will be given to those who subscribed stock from Lucien Wolfolk. 1011 2t. Somebody threw poison over the peniten tiary fence within the past week, poisoning two valuable bird dogs-one of them belong ing to Col Marshall, of Missoula. Four of the guards offer a reward of $100 for the pro. duction of evidence that will convict the perpetrator. They were splendid dogs, and it was a brutal thing to kill them. To the people of Deer Lodge and vicinity, I wish to state that, no matter how cold the day, you will find my car as comfortable as any house in town between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m., it being neatly and comforta bly arranged within. A. B. Howue, 1011 2t Photographer. The storm which prevailed along the Northeastern coast Sunday and Monday was the most disastrous that has ever occurred in some sections, and especially severe for this season. By way of contrast, . the weather here was lovely on those days--sunshiny, still, warm-and the children going to and from school without wraps or discomfort. All work by the "instantaneous process," and as good work on cloudy as on clear days. Babies are my special delight-fine re-tonuch ing my specialty. Good work artistically arranged in connection with good back grounds and accessories are my stock in trade. Respectfully, A. B. HowER, 1011 2t Photographer. Helena has its troubles about the water supply, and the Butte Fire Brigade talks of disbanding, but Deer Lodge keeps the even tenor of its way with the best gravity water system in Montana, a fire company that is ready to "turn her on" in from three to five minutes; that snaps a fire out in half that time, and we are still charged insurance rates that would be hieh in a place Bob Ingersoll says don't exist. Go to W. B. Richardson for Gold Rings, dld Watches and Jewelry. Every Watch sold de wn warranted for two years. 1012 tf se nd E IN MEMORIAM. b on th 'y. Resolutions Adopted by Cottonwood Lodge, Be be No. 2, I. 0. of 0. F., Wednesday, No th vember 28, 1888. th of be ,on Ataregular meeting of Cottonwood Lodge, to No. 2, T. O of O. F., held at their Hall Wed ing nesday, Nov. 28, 1888, the following resolu tions were unanimously adopted: ler WHEREAs, It has pleased the Almighty S to God, in his all wise Providence, to remove a from our midst, by the hand of death, our be- t A loved brother, John Albert Bradley : there- P iay fore, be it Resolved, That while we bow with humble submission to the decrees of Him who doeth his all things well, we cannot but express our ach heartfelt sorrow at the death of our brother. er's Resolved, That in the death of Brother( had Bradley our order has lost one of its oldest members, be having been initiated in Boone y. Lodge, No. 1, on the 7th of May. 1837, at Lou isville, Ky., and has therefore been-a faithful and active member for more than half a cen- i tury, and Cottonwood Lodge has lost one of re- its truest friends. His voice, in the Lodge lay. room, was always on the side of toleration wn and brothbely love. - His good words of coun sel and advice, in the Lodge room and out of ] me it, were always freely given. He was loyal t is in his friendships, courteous and kind hearted, honest and truthful, faithful and C ly just, virtues for which he was highly es teemed as a citizen and Brother Odd Fellow. he He leaves a spotless name, and his memory and will be revered by all the brethren of this jurisdiction. p es- ju olved, That the charter be draped in were mourning for 30 days; and that a copy of M. these resolutions be spread upon the records rain. of the Lodge andi publishedt in the NEw 4 nNOITRI-WEST. Notice to Debtors. To facilitate the collection of indebtedness will due the Deer Ledge Drug Co. to July 30, 1888, r the books of the Company have been placed I with F. R BILLt, MAiN STREET, DEER LODGE, to whom all payments are to be made. Cticl. B. S. STACKPOLE, Manager.. Deer Lodge, M.T., Oct. 31, 1888. 1010 3t The New Chicago school. Mr. T. B. Hammond, who concluded his seven months' term of school at New Chicago 'oods, Nov 23, writes us that the average attend , Etc. atlce of the term was 17, and the largest num sale her enrolled, 30. Diphtheria prevailed odur and ing the earlier part of the term. He puts on large ,the role of those deserving special credit, Orin Hughesc5, Charlie and Grayson Prosser, o tan. Johnnie, Qua and Willie Dingwall, -Eva and ger. Freeman Tinklepaughb, Allen McPhail and Mamle Ley Mr. H. makes acknowledg h ment to a number of adults of the District Sffor kindness shown, and reluctantly bids 1. if. them good-bye. THE MOUNTAIN LION PROPERTY. Negotiations for Its Development AgreedUpos and to be Determined in a Pew Days. Mr. C. E. Gable -left Wednesday afternoon, via the Northern Pacifi·, for St. Louts, to submit to gentlemen he represents his report on the Mountain Lion mine, and, if approved by them, will at once order the machinery placed on the mine and proceed with its de velopment. He expects to commence sink Ing by Dec. 20. The agreement contemplatestbat Mr. Gable shall sink a two-compartment shaft 4i by 81 in the clear, to a vertical depth of 200 feet below the month uf the presenttannel,which is in about 600 feet, and has a vertical depth of about 150 feet at the heading. From the bottom of this shaft a level is to run 500 feet eastward: also such cross-cutting as is neces sary, which will give a depth of about 300 feet at discovery shaft. The machinery of the Sydney mine, which cost $5,000, and is as good as new, will probably be placed on the mine, with such other as is required. In consideration of these developments and certain purchases, Mr. Gable and his asso ciates are to acquire a controlling interest in the company on completion of the contract. The Keystone claim, an extension of the Mountain Lion, westerly, is also to become the property of the company, by purchase, for $10,000, from Messrs. J. N. Fox and Geo. S. Miller, if the contract shall be fulfilled and the company conclude they want it, the + deed being now in escrow. Mr. Gable, on I leaving here, considered the matter practi- 1 cally settled, both he and Dr. Hower, the expert, reporting favorably. The only mat ter remaining is to secure the "pooling" of a 1 certain amount of stock until the develop. 4 ment work is completed as agreed upon; In connection with this, it is perhaps well I to state that the Mountain Lion Company I has now placed itself in line with the larger stock companies of the Territory by a re- a transfer of all its property and the issuance I of stock accordingly. Holders are requested + to return the stock they now hold to James I B. McMaster, Secretary, in person, by ex- I press or registered letter, and on receipt 4 thereof it will be cancelled and new stock I issued them in equal amount for the same. 4 There was possibly some irregularity in the I methods of the first issue. This is now cor rected, the company is entirely free of debt, with a large amount of development done, 1 buildings erected, etc., and excellent pros pects. The Mountain Lion has always been consi.iered the vein of the Oro Fine district, notwithstanding the other excellent show ings there and the recent development on the Champion group-that is, as judged by sur face Indications and such prospecting as has been done on it. It is the belief of all miners that it is a mine-and a big one. It may prove a disappointment, but it will be a dis appointment if it fails to develop as a valua ble property. The method of developing it by tunnel only cut across, where the tunnel was run, the tops of ore chutes. The com pany expended its funds in this way, until it did not have money enough to sink and de velop the mine at the depth where, as indi cated by the Lily, heavy ore bodies lie in that camp, and work was continued in the tunnel until the funds received from the sale of treasury stock, on which a minimum price of 30 cents had been placed, were exhausted. It was resolved not to go in debt. There was not enough of what is termed "mining money" in this town to take hold of a project for deep development involving a large out lay, and there has been no development for several weeks. During the intervening time the stock issue has been re-adjusted as stated and to all appearances work will be resumed by December 20. As the shaft will be started probably 40 or 50 feet south of the vein, and the shaft will not strike it much short of 200 feet, it may be four months or mere before anything is known of the mine at that depth. These facts are stated for the infor mation of stockholders. The community generally is also interested in a project which looks to the thorough development of the mines of Oro Fino district, and the work provided for in this agreement is only pre liminary to the thorough development of the Mountain Lion and Keystone. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping paper, but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physi clans that she was incuarable and could live only a short time; she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr King's NewDiscovery, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she bought a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, contin ned its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, Drug gist. Fort Smith. Trnal Bottles of this won derful Discovery Free at Deer Lodge Drug Co's Drug Store. 1012 THANKSGIVING. It is Celebrated with Religious Observance and Social Festivities. o is 1 Thanksgiving Day was well observed in W Deer Lodge. The day was pleasant, and on enabled re-unions to be held, where around ab the festal board gathered the generations of hit the family to be thankful of heart for life, fu health, prosperity and happiness. The services at the Episcopal church were conducted by Rev. A. B. Howard, whose ad dress is spoken of in the highest terms. The th music, as published last week, was delight- in fully rendered, and one of the most enjoys- of ble features of the day. na The Christian, Presbyterian and Methodist w; denominations joined in their Thanksgiving at services at ihe Presbyterian church, Rev. R. of E. Dunlap presiding. The invocation was hi by Rev. A. C. Bishop, followed by an an- vi them of Thanksgiving by the choir, and a at sermon by Rev. John Moore, taking for a Jn text, Psalm 92.1-It is a good thing to give at thanks unto the Lord. After ascng of praise so the services were closed with prayer and w benediction by Rev. Dr. D. J. McMillan. di St Just Arrived. d One car each of Rocky Mountain Bob al Sleds and Clark & Co's Celebrated Cutters all styles and prices. Purchasers are reques- s ted to call and examine these Goods before ft placing their orders elsewhere. Satisfaction it guaranteed. h 1011 if BENNETT BRos. Co. K. OP P. BALL, h n Under the Auspiees of Joe Dowdall Division, a Uniform Rank. -d a The Joe Dowdall Division, Uniform Rank, b Knights of Pythias, paraded the principal t streets yesterday afternoon, with the Deer g Lodge Cornet Band, which, by the way, 1 makes excellent music, in the advance. r f There was a fair turnout of the Division, anti, a considering the short titre they have been t organized, the marching and evolutions were 1 very commendable for uniformity and pre- t cision. They are good material, and will - make a crack Division if they give the drill t attention and practice. n The Ball, which is progress as we close the t forms, is very fully attended by the best of I v our society people and neighbors, and the brilliant uniforms and handsome toilets . make up the brightest and fairest gathering there has ever been in the town. Theit K. of P. Ball is always the social event of the sea s son, and this is "the best one of all." The I , music is by Orion's Quadrille Band, and the ' supper is given at the McBurney House, !d which statement alone is assurance that both a, are all that could be desired. 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 its suit the eyes for lite. The best Oculists and physicians pronounce in their favor, and all go who use them are only too glad to testify to m- their clearness,-durability, and comfort and nr- ease they give to the eyes, even upon the on most difficult work. Call and examine some. Wx. COLEMAN, it, 996 Sole Agent for Deer Lodge. or, ndl NOTICE ! ,nd - Persons who have subscribed to the Meth dist church of Deer Lodge, will please pay It the same to Rev. John Moore, as soon as ide convenient and he will receipt for same. 1010 PHILa E. EvANe, Trustee. JOHN ALBERT BRADLEY, The Oldet Odd Fellow is Weetaa sad the Third Oldest in the Unated States, .Died in Deer Lodge, Sunday, November 35th. John A. Bradley, known better as "Uncle John," died in Deer Lodge at 4 p. m. last Sunday of congestion of the lungs, after an illness of ten days, aged 74 years, 7 months and 24 days. His disease was at first thought to be pleurisy, but ip a few days congestion of the lungs developed and of it he died. He had excellent medical service and the tindest of attention in his last illness,alargely attended funeral, and there is not one in the community but that says a kind word for and sorrows at the loss of "Uncle John." He was born in Green county, Kentucky, March 31,1814. Later his father moved toy Missouri, and the lad in time went to St Louis and learne4 cabinet making. Acquir. ing his trade he went to Louisville, Ky., and thence to Tennessee, where he married. In 1850-1 he went to Califorbia, sent for his wife, and there a son was born to them, and there his wife died. His son, G. W. Brad ley, is now in Colorado. Leaving California he came to Nevada, thence to Beartown, Montana, about 1865, and to Deer Lodge about 1871, where be has since resided and worked at cabinet making and carpenter work until failing eyesight compelled him to quit. He was a thoroughly good man in every way-intelligent, honest, affable, kind. hearted, and had not a fault of head or heart that we know of. Everybody liked "Uncle John." Mr. Bradley had the distinction of being the oldest Odd Fellow in Montana, and one of the three oldest in the United States. He I was a charter member of Boone Lodge No.1, organized at Louisville, Ky., May 7th or I 11th, 1837, and at his latest advices there were but three survivors-one in Oregon and one in New York. He always main tained his membership and good standing, a was affiliated with Cottonwood Lodge No. 2, Deer Lodge, was a member of the Grand t Lodge for some years, and a charter member 1 of Golden Star Encampment No 2. The fra- . ternity always had a high regard for him and i cared for his welfare, One of his brothers, a minister, died near New Orleans not long u ago, and another is living in Louisville. His funeral services were held at the Pres byterlan Church, Deer Lodge, Tuesday, t Nov. 26, Rev. Dr. D. J. McMillan officiating, and the remains escorted to the cemetery by I some fifty members of the I. O. of O. F., Mr. 1 Wm. Coleman acting Noble Grand, and C. H. Tracy, of Anaconda, as Marshal. The I funeral cortege was very long, and his re mains were laid in the Odd Fellows' ground. Telegrams were promptly sent over the 1 Western Union to neighboring lodges, but by inexcusable delay in delivering, many did ( not receive notice until too late to attend. 1 Among the visitors' present were: James L. Hamilton, James P. Mallory, Jere Gibson, C. T. W. Cress, M. B. Pickett, J. C. Belden, I Jos. Wear, C. H. Tracy, Joseph Keppler, J. W. Carpenter, Ambrose Taylor, Henry Templeman, P. S. Triggs, C. L. Millet, Ana conda; P. G, J. E. Bryan, P.G., A. J.White, P. G., Geo. Pascoe, D. G. M., H. McMurphey, Geo. Lindsey, Butte; John Welton, Valley; B. Pizer. Wm. Formey, Philipsburg; and P. Birmingham, Bearmouth. Many of the pioneers of Oregon and Washington Territory have cheerfully testi fled to the wonderful curative properties of Oregan Kidney Tea. It is purely of veget able composition, is pleasing to the taste and can be freely taken by the youngest child or most delicate woman, and is a never failing remedy for a pain in the back, difficulty of holding the urine, general debility and Bright's disease. For Sale by Deer Lodge Drug Company, Wm. F. Shanley, Manager. 1012 tf DEATH OF JAMES ROBINSON. He is Found Dead in His Cabin with the Flesh Torn from His Body by Wild Animals. Last Friday Gus Lavelle and Chris Strauss, living in a gulch a few rods from James Robinson's cabin, went to borrow a wood sled from him. They found bones of a man, stripped of their flesh, in the cabin, and by the absence of two fingers from the right hand, identified them as those of Robinson. The footprints of mountain lions and bob cats near the cabin evidenced they had denuded the bones of flesh. Robinson had not been seen for twenty-one days. Before the coroner'sjury, Gus Lavelle testified that ten days before he passed Robinson's cabin, and seeing a cow inside, he went in, drove her out, and fastened the door. She bad been eating a straw tick which was lying on the floor. He did not see any person at the time, but believes now the skeleton of Rob inson was under the tick at the time. A piece of opium, which Robinson was in the habit of using, was lying on a table, wbittled off, and a knife beside it. The general belief is he died from an overdose of opium. He was a man of unbalanced mind, would go off on long prospecting trips alone, and so his absence at the time occasioned no concern to his neighbors. The following throws some further light on the matter: Correspondence New North-West. of McCLELLAr GULCH, Nov. 24.-Believing be that reports may reach you stating the facts a in regard to the death of James Robinson, tb of Lincoln Gulch, without giving any expla- fe nation of the circumstances connected there- .t with which might cause the public to form fiu an opinion which may reflect on the people di of Lincoln and vicinity, and more especially ti his relatives and friends in the Blackfoot al valley, I will offer a few lines stating facts hi and circumstances connected therewith. V James Robinson had been adjudged insane h: and sent to the Asylum at Warm Springs, tl sometime in the spring of last year, from i which place he made his escape by a win- ai dow in the second story, tearing up his c, sheets and blankets for ropes to let himself p down. Since that time he has wandered fi aimlessly about most of the time, in and ii about Lincoln, shunning all strangers and n shutting himself up in his own house alone I for weeks, and by words and actions estrang- b ing his friends and relatives, and especially p his brother. The last time he was seen alive I was on or about the 28th of October, but as he often went from home for days together, t no one thought strange of it. He used opium j and other narcotics freely. He undoubtedly t died in his bed from the effects of thatdrug- I a piece was found in the bed loose near the body. The worst feature was the length of time the body laid there (about three weeks), f giving vermin time to eat the flesh from the 1 bones, so that the body could not have been I recognized except by the clothing it had on, c a sight I will not dilate upon. It is more I than pen can describe. An inquest was i held, the remains placed in a coffin, and in c - the dim starlight of a cold November night I - each one wended his way home with their I I own reflections, some of us a distance of twelve miles. We all hope never to witness a such a sight again. CHAs. PBYSE. e Dandruff is probably one of the most diffi. cult diseases of the scalp to cure, but Dutard's Specific never fails to remo"e it permanently. g Soreness after shaving is instantly relieved f hby its use. Sold by Deer Lodge . Drug Company, Winm. F. Shanley, Manager. 10121t C THE COLLEGE OF MONTANA. h Special Notice. We have opened a school for Stenography and Type-writing. As our buildings have t. been more than full hitherto, we have been i, unable to give proper space and attention to a- this braich of instruction; but as our new to buildings are approaching completion, we id are about making elaborate provision for in 11 struction in these branches. to TEREMS. id Course of 20 lessons in Short Hand..... 1000 te Course of 40 " " " .... 20 00 Course of 3 months in Type-writing, e. with daily tse of instrument....... 10 00 To students who enter for the purpose of t iking Stenography and Type-writing alone, we would say that no time will be lost, every moment of school hours being spent to the *b- direct advantage of the student. For particulars, address D. J. McMILLAN, President. Deer Lodge, Mont., Nov.20,18W8. 1111tf N. BENNETT, President. W. BENNETT, Vies Pres' & Manager. THOS. MORGAN, See'y and Treas'r. BENNETT BROS.ETRMPNY, -JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN Browns Patent Rocky Monntai Bob Sleds and Clark Co's Cutters, Made Especially for Our Trade, and Used Exclusively in the Mining and Logging Camps of this Territory. Also Montana Agents for the Following Celebrated Manufactures: Stadea er Bros. SButtler Farm i Sring Wagons, Miller Bggies ai CarriagEs, ililrm a Stani ebaer Carriages Bauis 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 HA'RNESS. From the Cheapest to Hall & Co's Cencord-in Team, Single and Double Buggy. Barb Wire, Baling Ties Fan Mills, Carden Hose and Lawn 8S rinklers. 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 1011 and see us, whether you wish to purchase or not. DANIEL SULLIVAN KILLED AT GRANITE Peter Green, the Engineer, Held for Carelessness, An Occasioning the Accident. By an accident, Daniel Sullivan was killed at the Granite Mountain mine Nov. 24. He S was ascending in the cage which slipped by to t the sheaves, crushing him against the tim bers and breaking his spine between the shoulder blades. A Coroner's inquest was GEt held by Justice McInnes, of Philipsburg. The jury found that there was carelessness "s on the part of Engineer Peter Green, and Sr; the Justice made out a warrant for arrest, on mil which Constable Carten arrested and brought of the prisoner to Deer Lodge. At there were and Justices at Philipsburg and other points nearer, and there would be much expense in bringing witnesses here for trial, Sheriff rnet Coleman sent the prisoner back in charge of nes Deputy Ross, and he is to have a hearing to- big morrow before Justice Labrie. Sullivan was to 33 years of age, and was buried at Philips- sail burg Monday. FatherDeRyckere was called and attended him in his last hours. Mr. of Green, the engineer, stated here that he had pro been an Engineer for 20 years-including five years at the Ontaria and a year or two at the ant Alice-and this was the first accident he ever . had. He says it was not his fault at all that we Sullivan was injured ; that it was the fault of for the Indicator. We have no details of the paz matter. gra S- -- bet When you desire a pleasant physic, try St. bui Patrick's Pills. For sale by J. H. Owings. ho, 1012 HOMICIDE AT RUMSEY. as tht P. E. Maher Fatally Stabs James Thompson. On so Tuesday night of last week James Thomp- bu son and three other men, all wood choppers employed at the Granite, occupied a cabin at Rumsey and engaged in a game of cards. Thompson and P. E. Maher quarreled over thi the game. Maher went out doors and invited lis Thompson to follow, which he did, when the ba two men began fighting, and by the time the br two others got out they were down on the th ground struggling. They were finally sepa- .'j rated, when it was found Thompson had fei been savagely stabbed in the back, just under the left shoulder blade. Maher still had in his hand the dagger, about six inches long, pr and dripping with blood. Maher gave him- l1 self up at Philipsburg, and is now in jail Ill here at Deer Lodge. Thompson languished to until Tuesday morning of this week, when hi he died. se The dry cold weather of the early winter months is productive of a great deal of croup among children. Mothers should be on the pl lookout for it, and be prepared to arrest it as T soon as the first symptoms appear. True I croup never comes without a warning; atiay il or two before the attack the child will be come hoarse, and that symptom is soon fol- ft I lowed by a peculiar, rough cough. If Cham 1 berlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as this hoarsness or cough appears, all danger Il and anxiety may be avoided; it has never failed, even in the most severe cases. There is no danger In giving the Remedy for it con tains no ,injurious substance. Sold by J. H. f Owings. 1012 A Cheeky Forger Captured. It Rocky Mountain Hssbandman. to A man calling himself Adamson, who ti worked two or three months for B. R. Sher- S man, and during the time displayed a couple a of checks on Helena parties on a Helena a g bank, proves to be a forger. About 10 days d a ago he secured the cash from J. B. Phelps, of i, the Monarch saloon, on a $100 check, and a Sfew days later left the town. He aimed to - take the coach, but was late getting up, and ' n finding it had left, he secured a team and le driver at James Brewer's stable and overtook I y the coach a few miles out of town, and on t t alighting from the buggy he told the driver t is he had paid Mr. Brewer the livery bill. i. When the driver returned it was learned he e had not paid Mr. Brewer, and the latter gen e, tleman dispatched to Deputy Sheriff McCor n mick, at Townsend, to collect the bill on his a- arrival there, which Mr. McCormick suc. is ceeded in doing. Learning of this, Mr. If Phelps proceeded to Helena in search of the Id fleeing man, and by good fortune succeeded id in getting on his trail, capturing him a few d miles from the city. The check which Mr. e Phelps cashed had been forwarded to Helena, - but at the time Mr. P. left town be was not y positive as to its value, but he learned in e Helena that it was a complete forgery. Mr. s McCormick arrived Sunday evening with r, the prisoner and lodged him safely in jail. m The prisoner had another forged check to y the amount of $250, which is now in Sheriff Bader's possession. of J. H. Owings, the Druggist, desires to in ), form his patrons that he is agent for Cham e berlain's Congh Remedy, the best and most en reliable medicine in use for cough, colds and n, croup. No one suffering from a throat or re lung trouble can use it without benefit. It as will cure a severe cold in less time than any in other medicine or treatment; it is the only it known remedy that will prevent croup. sir old by J. H. Owings. 1012 s Editor Tom Baker's Trial. Madisonian, 24th. i The editor hoped he would be at the helm d's before this; but the fourth week has set in d and he is still flat on his back, though slowly Ige improving in health. For the last two weeks or. every employee of the office has been laid up with some complaint or other-mostly serious eases of mumps, and there have been no "sunb" prin.ters in the town. In this connec tion we have to tender our acknowledgement of the valuable aid rendered us by Mr. Thos. hy Deyarmon in the emergency thus created. ave Had it not been for his assistance,we fear we en should not have been able to have issued the to Madisonian, either last week or this. Mr. ew Bush, the local reporter, has also had his en re ergies taxed to the utmost to perform the In. multifaious duties imposed upon him, havy ing been compelled to act in every depart ment, from the editor's sanctum to the devil's 000 "pig sty." The Rev. E. G. Prout, of the 000 Montana Churcmanc , has also rendered us valuable assistance in this matter. 000 - of THE LATEST IMPROVED !rOy WESTERN WASHER, the HORTEN MANUFACTURING COMP'Y, PRICJ 88, *t AT O'NEILL & MILLER'S. tf eee5 SATISFIED AT SEATTLE. An Old Deer Lodger Pleased With the City on the Sound. are Sm Special Correspondence New North-West. SEATTLE, W. T., Nov. 20.--Since coming la to the Sound I have found it necessary to re- of some the son GEOGRAPHY RELATING TO WESTERN WASH- cal IN6TON. wh The Sound waters extend from San Juan tail Strait southward to Olympia, about seventy lop miles, and northward sixty miles to the Gulf thi of Georgia, with innumerable bays, inlets an and water ways deep enough for the heaviest ani shipping; and strange to say, with a tide that mo rises and falls daily from 12 to 18 feet, I have S never seen the water get up end howl any per higher than on Irvine lake. People desiring kil to enjoy the luxury of sea sickness have to foo sail out beyond Cape Flattery. two Western Washington, with the exception ha of a few valleys, and at rare intervals a prairie, IS DENSELY TIMBERED, lar lar .and in this limber consists muct of its S wealth. Before coming here I had been in- the formed that the timber land here was comn- thr parativ.wly worthless, but find this was a till grand mistake. The upland has proven the the best fir fruilt and many other productions, of but it costs money to clear it. When cleared, however, IT IS VERY VALUABLE, as there is no more productive country in an the world. We raise apples that weigh from one to two pounds each, and the forests are on so dense that game, which is abundant, has hi but little trouble in dodging the hunter. ac A IIUGE OCTOPUS. Fish-I never saw anything like it. Should there be a famine in Seattle the people could t live on fish, as the supply seems to be inex- St haustible. Yesterday morning a fisherman brought ins genuine Octopus, larger than TI the devil fish described by Victor Hugo in '"Toilers of the Sea." It was ten and a half feet long, and with its eight arms could have embraced an elephant. The head and body th proper did not seem to be more than two feet - long, but under the Jaws hangs a pelican- T1 like paunch about two feet long,which seems In I to contain the principal vital organs of the i hideous looking monster. It was at once secured by the city museum. le GROWTH OF SEATTLE. T Seattle is supposed to contain 25,000 peo t ple, and they are coming In every day. ! There were between 6,000 and 7,000 votes s polled at the recent election, and hundreds like myself, not yet eligible, but come to stay. The school children are coming in so fast the school board is puzzled to know what to do with them, even when the two o r large new school buildings are completed. r ON WHAT? C With Tacoma only 32 miles south of us k you may wonder what we are all doing. " Well, this is a great lumbering and coal region. The production of hops and oats ¶ are well represented. Railroads are going to every point where there is a prospect of o traffic, and it will not be long before the Sound has a half dozen cities larger than e any now on its shores, and this will be as a sured by the steady development of its won 's derful resources. One serious drawback to Seattle is that = much of the city land is held by parties who won't sell, or if they do, at figures that many id who would like to buy cannot afford to pay, ik and the owne.s do not build for rent; henee in the city has been crowded into the water on I er the front and into the woods on the rear. 1. The "Moody meetings" that have just he closed have been wonderfully well attended n- and resulted in much good. On the evening r- of the last meeting hats were passed around is for a collection to assist in completing the r. Young Men's Christian Association building, 1 be and over $1,000 was given. ed OLD MONTANIANS. rW Among our Montana people residing here are Chas. Rumley, of Helens, in real estate; Mr. Van Brocklin and family, of Butte; Mr. in Dabney, of Livingston, real estate; Mr. r. Drurys, of Deer Lodge, farming on Lake th Washington, about seven or eight miles east 11. of town, and many others who resided in to various parts of Montana are here in business if or for ionvestment. Our landlord, Mr. Rus sell, of the Belleview Hotel, hails from the - Yellowstone, and his daughter, Mrs. Bur ,. leigh, an invalid, is here, with but little hst hoye of again seeing the spring roses bloom. ud Rev. Myers, of Helena, is here now, looking or after his lost sheep; Mr. Peterson, lumber It man, of Butte, is here for a few days, and my Mr. B. F. Mahan, druggist, of Anaconda, ly dropped in to see us this week, and threat ened to come back and locate. THE CLIMATE. We have agreat deal of rain. It is not unpleasant after one gets accustomed to it, but an umbrella and overshoes have to be Im kept ready for use at all times during the in winter. English people residing here say the k climate is so similar to that of their native up land that they feel quite at home. The ons grass is green; in fact it never fades, and no flowers are in bloom, end i believe the freez tea- lng weather is not supposed to continue ent more than a month, and sometimes but for a os. few days, though last winter ice formed on SLake Union to the depth of ten inches. te The city is full of restaurants, and nearly Mr. every one patronizes them at least a part of en- the time. Ahbhough every available house is the occupied, hundreds and hundreds of families av- rent rooms and board. Our hotel contains art- over 100 rooms, and nearly all the guests arre il's permanent lodgers. When we all gather in the to the.large dining rooms there is "'quite a I few" of us. There is one thing in living this way-you don't have to hurry home to meals, as you can eat any time, day or night. ADDISON SMITH. The will of Thos. L. Napton, Esq., de P', ceased, divides his property equally between his children, Mary and Lanier. The Butte residence is not to be sold, but rented, and the children to receive the proceeds. Game Law Notice. (The following extracts from the game laws are published in the Husbandman by the Smith River Rod and Gun Club, with notice that they will vigorously prosecute any vio lation of them:) Section 1,143, page .65 of the compiled laws of Montana provides that any person or per sons who shall shoot or otherwise kill or cause to be killed any buffalo, moose, elk, white tailed deer, black tailed deer, moun tain sheep, Rocky mountain goats or ante lope, between the 1st day of December and the 15th day of August of the ensuing year, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense. Section 1,147 provides that any person or persons who shall shoot or kill, or cause to be killed, any grouse, prairie chicken, pheasant, fool hen, sage lien, partridge or quail, be tween the 15th day of November and the 15th day of August of the next ensuing year, shall be deemed guilty of a tnisdenteanor, and upou conviction thereof shall be lined in any sum not less than 275 nor more than fifty dol lars for each and every offtnse. Section 1,151 of the same act provides that the possession of the dead bodies or any part thereof of the animals or birdls mentionen in this act shall be taken as p~rinmtfacie evidence that such person or persons is or are guilty of killing the same. ---- - ~~~----- Eupapsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thous ands are searching for it daily, and mourn. ing because they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people in the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee the Electric Bitters, if used according to directions and the use persisted in, will bring you good Digestion and oust the demon Dyspepsia and install:instead nu pepsy. We recommend Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver. Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle at Deer Lodge Drug Co's Drug Store. 1012 Through Trains From Butte to St. Paul, via Montana Central Railway. Take the Scenic Route of the Northwest the Montana Central and Manitoba Railways -for St. Paul, Chicago and all Eastern cities. The only line running Palace sleeping cars, luxurious dining cars, free sleepers for sec ond class passengers and magnificent day coaches between Butte and St. Paul without extra charge. The through Atlantic Express leaves Butte at 8:40 a. m.; Helena 12:05 p. m. Through Montana Express arrives at Helena 5 p. m.; Butte 8:25 p. m. For further particu lars, call on or address any agent of the com pany, or P. P. SHELBY, Gen'l Manager, Helena. M. P. BENTON, Traveling Passenger Agent, 1009 tf Helena. TllE OSBORNE NEW NO. 4 LIGHT-RUNNING Mowers, and all Osborne Extras, now at John O'Neill's. 990 tf MARRIED. MCELHENEY-SWEENEY.-At Granite, M.T., Sunday, Nov. 25, 1888, by Father R. De Ityckere, Mr. Dominick McElheney and Miss Annie Sweeney. I THoi--PERRtIMAN.-At the McBurney House in Deer Lodge, Saturday evening. Nov. 17, by J. M. Hartwell, J. P., Mr. Joseph Thoem and Miss Amanda Perriman, both I of New Chicago, Mont. DIED. STUART.-In Deer Lodge, at 3 a. m., this (Friday) morning, Mrs. Nancy C. Stuart, aged 77 years, 3 months and 22 days. A WARNING. The modes of death's approach are various, Y and statistics show conclusively that more ,, persons die from diseases of the Threat and lungs than any other. It is probable that everyone, without exception, receives vast n numbers of Tubercle Germs into the system, and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at first it slowly and is shown by a slight tickling sen d sation in the throat and if allowed to con tinue their ravages they extend to the lungs 'g producing Consumption, and to the head, d causing Catarrh. Now all this is dangerous, and if allowed to proceed will in time cause death. At the onset you must act with promptness; 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 Nostrils, obtain a bottle of Boschee's German re Syrup. It will give you immediate relief. S!162-1y-eow r. 1\TEJW TO-DAY st Dog Poisoned--$100 Reward. The undersigned will pay 5100 Reward for the production of evidence that will lead to 5- the conviction of the person or persons who se threw poison over the penitentiarv fence last Saturday night and poisoned the Irish setter, r- "Beecher." FRANK CONLEY. Ie SI. MARKS. 1012 It MARTIE GLEA.SON. n. S. M. C. HUGHES. S J. C. 8HAUBUT & CO., Stock Brokers Real lt ate DEALERS, ot ,oNeil &, c1.i.so, De Ldg, i Dontua, it, - be Deal in Real Estatr, ~liining ~tocks, &c. he CorresFondenti in U!ite, Helena and St. he 1012 t Louis. _'" Give usa Call. he ELECTION NOTICE. nd Notice is hereivy .'i veC' ith t asi e!,'tin will b h.Idl in the Thirnd Waird it Ii tow (.i DL)ccr I.m:.ie,. uit ez- the 2itb day of I,'c.-nit; er, A. D. l.8 , Iorthe ILprpose; ne of electing one Aldt-.rmin, for Ihe short termn. in said ward. The polls will Ie opened it S o'chock t. m , ra and close at I o'clock pI . o 1011IIARRY F. ETERSN, ro J. C. F. ENSLEY, M. D., 3: PHYSICIAN g SURGEON, ins Garrison, Montana. are $i Dtseases of Women and of the Eye a Specialty. I All calls promptly answered. 1(1) 3m Bsa lug Estray T.kOn Up. to - _ Came to my stable, in Deer ht. Lodge, Sunday, Nov. 4, [followmng a team that came from New Chi cago,] one gray horse, branded V [andalazyC] on left shoulder. de. No saddle marks, but has old col m t lar marks; had evidently traveled n ome distance by the wearing of his feet. The itte owner , requested to prove properGy, pay hrges and and take him away. H. 0. WAbD, Ketuckyg Livery Stables. IDer LodeT stov. 91,1 . 10ll 4t