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Dillon, Montana, 8f.pt. 9, 18S7. HOKUIBLK HOLOCAUST. Two Hundred l'ernon» Burned to Deutli in u London Fire. A London dispatch of the 5th says: A theater at Exeter took fire this evening du ring the performance of "Romany Rye." The occupants of the pit escaped after an awful struggle, but many of them were greatly injured. There was only one exit from the gallery and the crush there was terrific. Scores were trodden under foot and suffocated. A fire escape was brought to a window and many inside were rescued. The fire blazed fearfully, lighting up the whole city. People were soon flocking to the scene by thousands inquiring for their friends. Ths scene inside the theater when the fire broke out was an awful one. Some men implored the audience to be calm, but it was impossible to check the frantic rush. The theater hose was put into use in a few minutes, but the water had little effect on the flames. The actors and actresses were teken from the windows with the aid of ladders. They lost everpthing except what they wore at the time. One hundred and thirty dead bodies were recovered Monday night and the fire burned until Tuesday morning. Two hun dred persons probably perished in the flames. The bodies were almost unrecog nizable. The search for the bodies pro ceeded slowly. in many cases every par tide of clothing was burned off, and the bodies looked black and raw. There are various reports as to the orig in of the fire. It is only certain that the flames broke out in the scenery shifters depattinent. Those who made their es cape say that the special exit was opened. The fire brigade arrived five minutes after the breaking out of the flames, but the ef forts of the firemen were without etfect. It is very probable that the total number of lives lost will never be known owing to the fact that many bodies were com pletely calcined. The London papers in commenting on this horrible holocaust unite in saying that this disaster suggests a culpable disregard of the teachings of ex perience. The London News says: It is safe to say that one effect of this awful disaster will be a general law governing the con struction and management of public places throughout the kingdom. After this acci dent and that of the Opera Comique in Paris, it ought surely t o require no more warning. GLEANINGS FROM TH E ROCKIES. Kvents Transpiring in Our Sister Slates anil Territories. The Idaho Central Railroad, which runs from Nampa to Boise, is completed and trains began running on the road on last Monday. Blackfoot Hr porter : W. N. Thomas who was la6l week discharged by Com* mission Bixy, before whom he was tried for unlawful cutting of timber on the pub lic domain, was again arrested on the same Charge and taken before Commissioner Fisher at Pocatello for trial. John Alderson started from Montrose Colorado, on the 31st ult., with his little boy and girl, on a fishing trip, taking his shotgun with him to kill a deer if he should see one. As he was going down a rocky ledge his foot slipped and his gun was dis charged, a buckshot going through the body of the girl, killing lier instantly. A few nights ago Kd. Schuld a quarter breed, living on the Columbia river oppo site Waterford, < Iregon, went home drunk and quarreled with his wife. During the trouble lie picked up a knife and slashed the poor woman in so shocking a manner that she soon died, They had been mar ried but a short time. The story comes down from the Nation al Park that Hon. E. C. W aters, Council man from Yellowstone county, and mana ger of the hotel service of the Park, has been notified to leave on or before Septem ber 15th, by Captain Harris, militari su pet in tendent of the Park. The cause of this summary action is said tohethat Wat ers deceived Captain Harris in the matter of the removal of aman named Hamden from superintending the Falls hotel. Rock Springs (Wvo.l !ndeprnd< at : A strange story comes fr. m the Sweetwater country of 'be abduction ot a voting girl by four men of whom no trace has been found. The girl was a thirteen year old daughter of a ranchman living near the bridge on the Sweetwater. Four men came to the ranch in the afternoon and told the girl that they had come intake her to her grandmother's who had sent for hot. She went with them and it was shortly at' terwaid learned that she was not taken to her grandmother's, nor could it be learned where she was taken to. BTOTZOXI. Your attention is called to the fact that t h:ne opened a w agon and . .imago repair and paint -hop, one block cast of Marlow s stable. Wood work a specialty. Yours Respectfully, 37 .!. AltMlMVTON. RBMOViKZi where he has p, lii ni to receive i a customers. I Hoots and Shoes. Saddles oing business tit Glendale, tort ot goods to Boulder, ntlv 1-cated. Me will be II inv of hi* oM friends and 37* Notice to tlie Public. I'ersons wishing to purchase tint interest in the following named mining claims, owned by h. O. Hulsizer, are warned not to Imv the Napoleon lode, in Brvant imniny district. rhead county : t.u Livi-lv lo.le, in Silver Hmv county, and the ..... herd and I-ahouehere lode, in Silver Ho 37t f 1ère lode, in Silver How county. JOS KIM I KAHOUClIKKh. .Montana Tin Mining Co. The Board of Trustees intf Co., ha 1 , ordered that companv sh.tH he « ailed into the treasury of the o stock held hv him or her, oft the existing indebtedr pay tor the survey and er mont lode mining claim necessary and proper ohj payable on or before the D. 18S7. G. J. K. Mouse, Secretary Dillon, Sept, «^th. 1SS7. ot the Montana Tin Min each shareholder of said upon to pay five c ents » moan? upon each share of for the purpose of paving m ss ot the company and to itrv of the Globe and Bel «, and for other pressing eels. '1 his call is due and 25th dav of September, A. W. KM ERICK, I'res't. 37 * *t Notice to Creditor». In the matter of the estate of Charles Chase, de ceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Charles Chase, deceas ed, to present the same, within four months from this date, to the undersigned, at Bannack Citv, or to Robert It. Smith, at his office in Dillon, properly proven and verified, according to law. And if said claims are not «o presented for allowance the same will be forever bared by law. JOHN CI 1 1 \SK, Administrator of Estate of Charles Chase, deceased. September fith, 1SS7. 37 '*"'* Notice For Publication. Land Office at Hf.i.ena, M. T., Sep. 3, 1SS7. N OTICK is hereby given th:it the following nam ed settler has tiled notice ot his intention to make tinal proof in support of liis claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk ot the jnd Judicial District Court of Montana in and for Beaverhead countv at Dillon, Mont., on October 'TJ, 1 X 87 , viz : Atwater Lawrence, who made preemption I). S. No. S153, for the NJ 4 NW i » Slit » N W1 ■ 4 and X Kt-4 SW1-4 Sec. 27, Tp 1 N It i t W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous rsidt-m- upon, and cultivation ot, said land, viz: Charles Saiefskv, William II. l-raser, Hcrirv 1 *. Robinson, Joseph MeCerarv. all of Wis dom, M. T. 37. S. W. LA XGlIOKXK, Register. NOTICE FOB FI'BLICATION. Land Office al Helena, M. T , Sep. 3, 1SS7. N OTICK is hereby given that the following-nam ed settler has filed notice of his intention to mike final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the 2nd Judicial Dist. Court ot Montana, in and for Ilea verheud Co., at Dillon, Montana, on October *4'î, 1887, viz: Atwood Lawrence, who made preemption I). S. No. 8152 for the S\\' 5 ^ NK1-4, YM NEi- 4 Sec. 2S and SWT-.»* 7 VWT-.» Section 27, Tp. 1 A* K. 14 \V. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ot said land, viz: Charles Salefsky, William H. Eraser, llenrv 1 *. Robinson, Joseph McCerarv, all of Wis dom. M. T. 37-td S. W. LANGHORNK, Register. NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION. Land Office at Helena, M. T., Sep. 5, 1887. N OTICE is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice ot his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said nroof will be made before 11 . R. Melton, Pro bate Judge of Beaverhead Co. at />illnn, Mont., on October 15,188?, viz: Kmer»on Hill, who made desert land entry No. 1072 for the SKf-4 SEK a»d SEi -.»Sec. in, Tp. 11 S R 10 W, He names the billowing witnesses 1 prove his continuous resilience upon and cultiva tion of saitl land, viz: Joseph Nhinebcrger, (ieo. Ruck, llenrv Johnson, Samuel !.. Hell, all of Red Rock, M. T. 37-td S. W. LANGI IOK X K, Register. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Helena, M. T., Sep. 6, 1SS7. M OT 1 CK is hereby given thatthe following nam ed settler lias filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before Henry R. Melton, probate judge, at DiUnn, M. T., on Ortolier *S, 1887, viz: John R. Lord, who made preemption D. S. No. S.oço for lots 4 and 5, section *>, tp. 13. S it o \V. Ac names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivaiion ot said land, viz: James W. Scott, Alpheus Decker, Al bert/). Young, and Joseph Ilninds, all of Red Rock, Montana. 37-td S. W. LANGHORNK, Rogister. A Janitor Want«*«!. Rids will be received, until September jolh, nt the Dillon Nation;.I Rank, for performing the ser vices of ianitor of the Dillon l'uhlic School build ing. The janitor.ship will he let to the lowest bid der. The requirements of the position will be made known upon application at the above men tioned bank. ■V'b'w l!v order nt the Trustee TEACHERS' EX AMI ,\ AT10N. ■\ 1 „Hie exumin.iii.Mt of the e.telle t Htuvcr head c*unitv will Ik* lwH in tlu si,!).». 11. i i lilt tv r , :it Mill.. l, Montana, on S i urilov. Sep:, mb ■r 17. iS's;. Kx:in m.itinn will Lcyin It one nek .1 HI IV: fliers will pr«»\ nlc them-, ! Vf > \N it!; Icu.d cap p.tpe. . pens and ink. MRS. Hid ■ IN K IAN i < R. v*t« (.'mint S'lpt. 1 'iimn on Public Notice. The f -.-.b; Monday, ti the seat- h. ;tli, as lu. a ■ School of Dill, • 1 .»til of Sept,-ml ne tlu- cause fm W. B. C AR n:,:. !.. C. 1 Y1IKIK, ( !.. iUOMSKX, PI HLIP NOTICE m.i cuvloscd lands hv any person o. of game. No shooting will ! premises hv outsiders w ithout h. cru : 10:1 .,t !.uv for so doing, aft Ml \N i'.lslNFSS, I k, su i s l'un h Dillon. Mont., Aug. is, ,se-. ng subject to p MtTlt'H TUIItl.i; Cl LTl UF t . S. Land i>. i lt -F, Helen I'OJII'LAINT haviiw h tire b\ l-'rank P. Bradley a. t.iiiure to eomplv with law entry No. i.vc, ,kited l-'eh. S', ot SK i - ; an,l SK i a ... of R. a \\\. in Uenverln a.1 . Aug. :o. •ed at 'th en.: Monta Act. leging that the elaim.it. mate an\ of the land .a w ith the ' I'imher Cultu w as not suhjeet to entry parties are hereby summon, .1 to up'."" V-'t'e-'m ho .,,, Ilu .■ ;t!i dav of Oetohev. ,v,- oVoc' a. m.. :«> n-spomi and furnish testimony concerninj s *'*d ti failure. Totiimnv to iv hearing w id he taken h. fi.re R. J. M,we. depat i.chottlu' District 1 »>urt .it Dillon. Beavcrhca: immtv, M mtana, on the i;th -Î iv of <i ",,S T i*v „ „ , . «.«• S HOW Kid Receiver:' IV. »>. Smith, Att \ tor t'onti st.int. *n BONNER MERCANTILE CO,, BUTTE CITY, MONT. The largest general mercantile house in the Northwest. Eastern p r j c guaranteed. Goods may be returned at our expense if not satisfactory in ^ particular. Samples and quotations furnished. We extend you a cordial vitation to visit us when in our city. We check your baggage and parcels^ out expense or annoyance. Reception room on the second floor—reached elevator—where you will find every convenience. 1. Clothing Department. 64 Men' 0 summer suits at $ 7 * 5 ° each, worth 12.00. 25 Grand Army suits reduced from 15 to 10.60. 2. Famishing Goods Department. 7S dozen choice neckwear at 20c each, worth 50c. 15 dozen white shirts reduced from 2.00 to 95c—bro ken sizes. 3. Hat and Gap Department. 107 Men's fine, black, soft hats at 2.50 each; worth 3.50. 4. Boot and Shoe Department. 12. Cloak and Suit Dep't- 196 pairs misses' and children's kid and goat button shoes at 1.55; worth 2.00. 5. Trunk and Valise Department 17 plain, substantial trunks at 2.00; worth 3.50. 6. Tailoring Department. 43 pants patterns, to order, at 7.00. 7. Custom Shirt Dep't. Best work only, at reasonable prices. 9. Dress Goods Department. 2,000 yards Westminster bunting (entirely new)do-; width, at 19c; worth 35c. 10. Notion Department. 1,500 yards Oriental Lace at 25c; worth 50c. 11 . Domestic Department-Base» 260 fine white crochet bed-spreads at i.eo each• vo L5°. 8. Dressmaking dep't-2nd Floor. 16. Wail Pap dep't: 2nd Floor. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Prices much low er than have formerly prevailed in Butte. 50 Ladies' fine all-wool suits at 10,00 each; worth; 00. Any alterations required to secure MADE FREE OF CHARGE. 13. Millinery Department-^ 1 200 Misses' and children's straw hats, latest shapes, 50 and 60c each. 14. Fancy Goods Dep't~2nd FI 500 assorted tidies, at nominal price of 4 for 25c. 15. Carpet Departments FI 700 yards all-vool Lowel's at 80c. 500 Rolls brown blanks at 15c, double roll. 50 ca oi the finest designs in all qualities received i week. BONNER MERCANTILE CO, NATIONAL BANK OF DILLON. Capital and Surplus, $100,000 A general banking business transacted ' on the most liberal terms consistent with prudent management. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. Accounts of Farmers, Merchants. Cor porations, Batiks and Individuals solicited B. I-, \\ Hite, Cashier. Notice to Co-0>vucr. Henry Lucas and llenrv Neill: : are hereby notified that I. vnur co-owner accordance with section .-3.-4, Reviscd Stat ! " liu 1 " lU ' a states, have i mpended in labor .ni'voie.aeuts upon the Silver Bell mining . situated in Blue \\ mg mining district. Be i a«l county, Montana Territory, an amount tor At hohhn^ s:iui claim, according to ar cn«tm'4 Dvcvmrcr 31, inm», tl n«i tm - \ou oomrihutc* your portitm, amounting to.v*- . «Ä noUei" imrpo-, , t«>r tlu* S«*TICE. Parties who have taken slabs from I Birch Creek Saw mill, are requested to come forward and settle with M. F. Kirk ' patrick K~ O. HAT.rjXE_A.Tr, W holosale Coaler in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAR AGENT FOR j J. Lemp's St. Lonis Lauer Beer, the CeleMeS t Sprints Water, aid Deialter's Soda Water aofl Ginpr Ale. —ALSO i ^Dealer irx G-lasswai= Montana St., Dillon. Montana. FOR SALE! FIFTY HEAD Norman-Percheron Stallions, G '»aties tiom Imported Sires and good American Mares, ranging from - to 5 . Vl -A-lso, 200 G-BILilDIOTG-S fostotVir-A -, Ij 5 Can »f. Seen at ° Ur ranc h on Blacktail Deer Creek, Ben verne ' ostoft,ce address, DILLON, MONTANA. POINDEXTER & 0 Rl ■ad t -