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Probably ,itr 'ilat. people have too lmucrh to :lo ,, i i. i a holidlay in this busy sea 's(ii, )'r le'rlia:i they prefer to devote the y ( re-'t and home recreations instead 1,,f the q.e'otio'ble pleastures of getting ,tenL aitt.l shooting firecrackers. But, as :il thi otlher tow v of our Territory pro 1'. to, c'lebriate, l.Bentont ought not to be :t ,iii' the !':sion. 1\ trip to the F:alls, as "') t o1in tu'ary suggests, will not be p.ri'it'able, owing to low water, but horse rai.cs, t'-iiie and otnhe ont-door aimuse m)(qn., ',,' ,hi andll( young, mightu be in i!.A.,i i fl wili plt'a.ure if not with profit, ;Ovui till I andll and iron cannon will ft'i,' bi :dl the noise IIneessary for the occa . i" m, rle is net'eded some (chin mlusic in i ý, t i a Ltinker lill oration will S rtad that o.r couonty. fathers :' !:lig of the expediency of an iron 4 :ss Belt 'reik. What the people :: i- t' irth,,, I.is year, and from a geln Il,-wi ,0I i, posted we learn that a wood ( i·Ti . a lco-t of, say, $2,000 to $2,500 Si.., in the near future. Parties ti i, c,,tr'ict to build such] a bridge It''\ , :NUl I';-c- lass timber can be got on S", . 'ihere hains been talk of build '9 I ''"::.,a,... brid.,e for the last eight v:I;.;, lltat n ,r:,ng has been done. A little visl ti, a t this juncture would be a ' -~,' td ;, l itet';, the town mIn y th.I ca.nt of ~the bridge. I : enit ilg a sociiatou is getting along S ,l t aeir' new residences. The nt-r' oui' blcX with the association is that tn .ic.., I re witt the late Jimi Fisk Vta;,Ii ',n".cursed with cauttion." In li , oi .'eting three houses, which were '(-'i Itf belfore the company had decid , hti!, 1,hey should have put upiat Hrt thirty buiildings ' suitadl.e for small t0iuiif. 1"1e uelstion with them is, not t', ul. buildings they can e.t or sell, ol,,t h, : ,lany they will have to dispose t'h I olliits of the Episeopal chlurtch held t mlteting t:i the ilousl: of M t. James Stan ir tltlily evening for the purpose of dRi i i" 'tyS and means to get up tian e ttrthilt; elit flor the benefit of their church. 'er..:l ;l;.lnl we're discussed, but the meet io ..uljolurned Without coming to any defi Judge Ly tte. ----.-.--.--.. We take tke pleasure in the anniouncemnent that Judge Lytle, a prominent Kentucky la yer, has formed a partnership with ' fr. VY. B. Settle, of this city, with the view to practicing hi, u . ofcsion and making Ben ton his pernia'lent homie The Jidge was i tor aln : resident of Carlisle, Kentlcky, 1- and one of the ,most popular citizens of that place, and would probably have been elected to the State Senaitorship had he chosen to accept the position. The follow el iing front the Carliile 3Ir;'curUt of the 1Sth ultimo shows the Poptularity of Judige . Lytle among his ellow-citizens: Mr. Ly3tie has been the recipient of many I handsome conlpliments throilgh the news ppers in ceonnection with the State Sen & I a:toship, all of which we fteel are mertiten. J e is one of o'ur self-hmade men anti de serves all the mor'e credlit to" it. iis great natural ability coiiupied with his polished n' i ners and I ig-hearted.ness make ihim i iostI of wari friends evervwh-l-ie'le he "oei 1 anitd speak volntiies for him in t-he et;;co Sri al contest. hIlie tiliowi,,g is from the In conve3rsation with momole of the promi vtien lleaders thLe i '.eoor'iet- tt'of Haririson c'Ounty the other day, the que Otlion was ask ed whio would Ir.obabily ! e IHarrison'; Steice fo r ep('resentLative in the State Seni ae. 'lhe reply was to thle ei'ec, tlat, ow , ing to the eourtesy of Judge Charlie Lytle, . of Nicholas eounnty, having retired in favor of the lion. J. T. legibbet in the prelihm iinaries of the other contest, it was but jus tice in HIarrison conceding himn the right of her cheerful supporxtin te next conitestF and therefore deemi it her diuty to standby hi . I ' We were informed lthat influential frieinds of Tiytle's ii Hlarrisoni had put the (uites tioni direct to hiiin, whethie or not he wa r going to move to Texas, and that his an \swer wsI' that he was not Th. e strt lt'. ti:erefore, indicate that Lytle will be lU.r ri -oiln's tcan(idate, Knights of Pythias Si Kixiigiltis of ythiius haivin l ailed to j'i s l'i-dh the ieco Rt wi h at i ' of I,_ t(' proseedings of la t night's teetinse, we take the following frame the River Prii s The iol!lowing <.,i ier7 of C r( c n:l 12: t Lodge, e. 4, K. of P., wre ected last night and 'uly ialed by D1 D. S. C, Bla ckLs to0.1 -. tf C .--Ch;is. Cr<atwford C. .--T. E. -;olliis. ; C. C.--If. G. 5ilitiire. .oL.of E.-David G. Brownse. 31. of F.-Joh ni F. M tphy. K. of R. and S. --(;Geo. WV. Crane. 1. a"t A.--Wili J. iddle. 1. G.--Fred Blcksen. SC.-J. . SE. tevens. ittenda:ints-_iHu ti IR. M3organ, Frank The lodge oi-gn'izes iider the imost fa veabi auspices, iiving a i'harterit mi S)erii.hip of twenty oit. ' I'!1i fol !owiniKit are the nianies of the ciarter !le!mbel.er- its the order of their initiation: : J. E. StevCen, Muth R. Mortgan, E. R. tl Ciligfan, (George 1W. ur:ane, i1. (. tc:n-itiei' i I'red. W. Buckseon, H. Dinsnore, T. E. ( olli.s, Ciharl',s Cra"ovlord, W. J. lin..r, Frand !Iuey, WM. m 11. Todd, Herman lrhiinkman, Jerry C(olliS', James Gordon, ohn I. Murphi y :andt D. G. Browne. The other ci'harter imenii'-ers who at'e out.L iif ti 11i at present, are (u.-. Senieulr , S. Kohiberg, H~arry .T>rown an,". John W. The first r'egtiai ...eetii. oi the od-t ;vill be held on next; Mondaiy evening at u the (Masonic halli, at which all mienbers it are requestei to be present. The Barger Districh. d oFrom Col. J. J. Donnelly, secretary of s the Wright & Edwards Mini.ng Co., who arrived frlom the Barker District to-day, af ter in extended stay and careful examina . tion of the mines, we learn that the mine , continues to improve with each stroke of n the pick and every foot of progress that is ia j made on the levels. The Colonel ordered all work on the upper levels disconti:ued and all the force available for day and night shifts to be set to work on the lower level. The wisdom of this is shown by the fact that by working the lower levels the same result will be obtained as from the upper level, besides taking in the ore body between the levels. The superin tendent will also have a winze sunk about 153 feet from the tunnel, tapping the tun nel level, to increase the circuiation of air. As the level progresses in a northeasterly direction another winze will be sunk 138 feet from the first, and others as the ne cessity for circulation requires. The first I station at the end of the tunnel is cornm pleted and timbered and the vein widens and improves in quality as the work pro giesses. Up to the present time the levels have been run both ways from the station about ten feet. Col. Donnelly states that the camp is much excited over the new discoveries of Fitzgerald and others. E. S. Fitzgerald's discovery is in the Montana District and promises to be something wonderful in the history of mining. The lowest assay of the mineral taken from this lode was 1,002 to the ton and the highest $1,162.80. The most remarkable feature about all the' discoveries made in this section is that the lodes are all wide on the surface and show large bodies of ore from the croppings. The Sainpso.n Lode. The Sampson lode in the Montana Dis trict, discovered by Peter Fernbach last winter, is just now creating great excite ment in tihe Barker and neighboring dis tricts of the Montana. For weeks past we have heard wild statements regarding the great wealth of the Sampson, but prefer red waiting until some definite and relia ble information could be obtained before making more than a passing mention of the discovery. Last evening, however, we were shown assay returns from Helena which gives the Sampson ore a value of 635.74 ounces to the ton, which places it among the richest silver-bearing mines in that section. The vein shows up ten feet and is widening as development progresses. t The owners are preparing to work the mine extensively. Mr. Tom F. Healy is [ one of the principal owners of this valua ble lode and has already declined several tempting offers for his interest. He values his share atla million dollars and would not care to sell for that. Further information s regarding the Sampson will be furnished t from time to time as future developments and other assays are made. Frank Williams, an old driver on: the Benton and iIelena stage line, will hereaf ter handle the ribbons in the place of Gfis Schaffer between here and un River av- a ing. 'The Hieleu a Tragedy. nt i[From the Ehelena in-lependent.] y Last evening about half past nine o'clock the sharp er:ack of a pistol in front of the Cosmopditalu Hotel was distinctly he.ard to along Main street and was followedi by the n- rush o th te crowd to the place friom whi(ch as it camie. Two hundred people gathered in, front of the hotel after the shooting, i' !when 3Ir. John Hugile, traveling salesman of (Greenhlood, ,ollhm & Co., was found ly ten itg upon the sidewalk, weltering in blood, he while his assailant, Mr. Theo. Shed, book keeper of the same hose, was also seen tlowly ri'l-ng, pistol in hatd. from thei" sidewalk, on which ,e had failen-knoeked Ige down, it is said, by H:Igle, the moment the pistol was fired. By the side of tihe ny fallen en were seen the rearing andi Splunging horses attiached to the Bozeman coach, which had just driven tup at the Mtiihe of the shooting antd were frightened lto madn:iness by the affray, while the driver Iat - Charley Brown-with his foot upon the he brake, was shiuting to the runnini g and exch1e.I :r<owd to keep IwaV f:o0n tlhel e The woundel i 1mn0li was at oncei retnoved ie to the oilice of Dr. W. L. Steele, above \Webste"'s store, and Air. Sned at the same i_ iloment was arrested by the night police on m1in, Mr. Witten, and t:ken to the county k- jail. A eporter of the o11idei)ene1it on en Si teringi the office of Dr. Steele found the wtindel(d man lying upon a reeilining chair and bileeding prouely. HI e complained , of stran:gulation from the blood aec1 ntu ,i ating in his throat. The bullet had struck - hill in the fae fee :bout an inch below the Ilef!t e'ye, and passing tilrough the fasal of cavity to to the right, 'cae )llt jlust at the Sexternal orifice of the ear. )octors Leiser and Steele were in attcmt;tlance tupo:n 1i), and onsti tleh'ed1 the wound dlangerous :lanl serious, with chances in favor of recovery. 'T'e gI."e 'tet Idanger i ls thatl inli'f llm tioli ,.w ill set in w Ich will re:ich the brain. iThe p!isiol was so close at the time of the shooting tlh!:t powder .stains could be seen i:pon, the face of tihe wounded 1in,:ll and the smell of piowider was uponi his breat|h. After iem.tlaiiigtit abouit an hour uponl the (cIhir, e wa:s assisted by his friends to a Scarri'a.'e mn: d taken to tihe hospital, where, to at htlris ,accou'ts, le wt a restin easily. 1' THE E xCOUN°T ER. S ~ t'eloi the iimany conilictirgr accounts of ithe i xgirt, we regarld the tollowing as the m;lot reliable] : u lur. Shedl was st'andini, Sulonl the street in tfiont of the Ciosmiopol itaRn hotel when su idenly Ir. iHgle was seeed to haVe' :cMlle froni tie hotel. Shed step ped back as his axs:tailat advanced and was in front of Webster's store when he raised his pistol. At the same instant Ilugle dealt hiit a powerful blow. The report of the pistaol and the blow were simultaneous and both men fell togetheri. liiugle evi dently r'egarded his wound as mortail, and 11t1r1tured aIs he w;as lifted from the Side walk: "3My name is IfHuile, and Theo Shed shot k '1110."I Shed was perfectly calm wvhen arrested. . When ':.utstioned by by-standers :is to what vwas the "imatter, .hi'esimply anaswered "Olh, p nothing~; that mnan--pointiing to Iug'le° 1.ruck me .and I s'hot him."' lie declined Sto make a.ny e xplanation as to the cause of the, dif.iculty to the oiiicer who arrested hiicm, and 1maliltltilned the s t ti aui l'I " /TO " t l jail when our reporter and olthers soughtti to internview himn upon the sai jcict. C ANOTHERI ACCOrI'ST. After the above was in type, another ae coun't .of he diflleulty, given by two or" more pariies, who claim to have been spec tator15 , w:.s t the elfect that HIugle wnXaiiked :pi to Si-i .X ,hili standing oil tlle street andi i' '-,, , it n the shoulder', a'sked, "Are you!i hultig for me?" "geni d:ifn yoee," e answered the latter, and tired at the 0 a' e instant. THtE BULLET 'as a 38.alib|re ball, and the 1pistol used is said to L1tve .been of thle kia t kiiown as tthe. ''"En:lish i ull-,log'." The bll, after pass ing throughi the ihead of Ilugle, rangedi _ aeross the street anId stru!ck the granite corner of the i)unlll)y BIlock, sevenlity-tive yards distanlt, Lby the ellntranee of Levine's tailor shol, It passted between Jl. F. Blatt ner andl John Btiless, who werie standiing in fronta of the shop at the timne, narrowly ilissineg thiem. THE ORIGIN OX' TIIE D)IFFICUI'TY datIes ibek to some two years ago. Both of the entiemelln werie emlployedl then as nowX by Messrs. (reenhoold, lo.in & Co.. :tllnd we liundeirstanrd thai the first trouble arose iifrom lr. I ifble in:dvertcently putting on :a butLdo overcoat owXiInel by Mr. Shed. The (oa t, in wet or cold weathel, thadcl been fre iquently use! by employees of the store, and Hugie, who had buit recentlvy entered the empli loy of thie hloune, I:aving observed this, whenl SlLhedl otbjetted. Huigle ait once pull ed offi tlhe coat :rld apologizedi for putting it o.. She,! then sta' td li that he could use it, but said 1ie likedl to be asked whel such privile es wereX1 taken w'ith his property. Iugle declintedt the proller of tihe coat, alnd ever afterwards the two younig imen were enemies--1 never splenking, although em ployed in the samie ho1use. Both were what is known a1s "high strunig;"' but Ilnugle, who is a young man of fine phys iqulle and courteous anld agrieeablle manners, never carried a pistol iand was evidently not expecting a mortal dtifeulty at the time of the affray. WVe were unable to learn the immedliate cause of the tragedy last evening. Both Mr. Greenhood and the employes of the hIouse are ignorant of any recent trouble between the parties. (ustonn Suits. Messrs. Gans & ICKlein, The Clothiers of Montana, are agents for Messrs. Devlin & Co., The Clothiers of the United States. * FOR SALE. One Hous. and Lot and Residence on M"ain street, Fort Benton. Apply to DR. J. W. WHEELOCK. FOURTHI OF JULY RAFFLE, Five dollars will buy one chance to win a fine Burgy lHarness, Robe and Whip at the Fountain Saltoon, July 4th, 1882. Tickets for sale at the Fountain. HOCK AN I) SODA, (Lord Byron's drink.) Dublin Ginger Beer, all the Mineral Waters and Fruit Chamn pagnes, Fresh Imported, and the Cho teau Belie Segars at the Choteau House Ex change FOR SALE. One side bar top wagon, by a celebrated maker. One set single harnees. One portable forge. En quire of T. A.CUMMINGS & CO., RECO.Dn BAilding. SHEEP S1EARERS TWANTED. Competent men only. Apply at RECORD office. $10 REWARD Will be paid for return of a dun pacing mare, branded wine glass on left shoulder, bunch on top of withers from healed wound. Lost on High wood range last August. [my24-lml P. II. HUGTES, Barker. STRAYED OR STOLEN. One Bay Pinto Mare branded 69 on left hip. Also one Yearling Pinto Mare Colt, no brands. When last seen they were in the vicinity of Ben ton last fall. I will give $10 for the recovery of the animals or for any information that may lead to their recovery. Call on or address S A.B. IIAMILTON, Old Agency, or J. J. HEALY, Fort Benton. FOR SALE OR RENT. The Thomas Ranch on the Dearborn will be sold or rented to a good tenant ore year:with the riv Ilege ofl ve years; good security reqiuired. This is a desirable stand, aid parties wishing a goodloca-. tion ma alto ap, :-_ J. lfOMAS, Dearborn. MONEYY to LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN a_ Sa Brothrs & Co. -/ ---- DBiAI: IR <OKIF, OPTItIANS AND JEWBLERII FORT ItDE.1TiO1. - - IAXND HELENA. EALERS IN Diamnonds, Fine Gold and ý Our prices are way downv. We employ Silver !Watchles, Rich Jewelry, Silverc none but lrst-elass workmen. All work and Plated ware, (Clocks, Fied1 Glasses, guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive Miners and Surveyors' Instruments, Hand o01r prompt attentio: . Levels, Quartz ( lasses, Agents ior Pikes P Peak Quartz Specimen Clockl. R W L BRO.' & I PE-,IALTI}ES...Di)amno ,Fine 1111 . ] (iold 1Vratckhe, U. .. Signal Front street, Fort Benton, i[. T., next F'ield GIlasses. door to Postofttle. Sign of the Big Watch DAVIDSON & MOFFITT, aManufacturers and Dealers in HARNESS, SADDLES, Saddlery Hardware, Etc., Etc. WOOL SACKS, TWINE, SHEEP SHEARS, TENTS, ETC, ETC. Agent° f<or Hil's Concord Buggy and Team Harness. Ctash Paid for 1Hides, Firs, Peltries, Wool, Etc. t.epairing XNeatly andPromptly D)one. ' RIGHT EBWARDS MINING COMPANY! It ii, I OFFICE,: FORT BEINTON, MONTANA. d of l t CAPITAL, $i,000, 000. 00,000 SHARES. Owns the Wright & Edwards aiiiei and Mill Site Attached. TlJOIN W. POWE. Ii. . WRIGHT, JOSEPH S. HIlIL T. HE COLLIN, e J. J. DONNELLYY. J,,i'OSEPH S. tHIL.:, tiesident; IH. L ., TRIGHT, Vice-i'_rcident ; J. J. D.NN;E LY, See'v; T. E COLLINs, Treasutrer. I u red I cuhe r (of Sh-res of 'r es ry ,o:k is r~ tre1 r- sale at 50Q cents per shar ( ntil further i:ýv.i e wirbout !tice W. S.Vetz e1, 1 1FORT BETT''ON, . . . . . . TANA/ OCER fIIOLESJLE 4I.:D L ET JL SATD JALJ 1J IN& CLOTHING 2 CUTLERY, DRY GOODS, AND CROCKERY, BOOTS and SHOES, GLASSWARE, And the Best Brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS. -:o. Our lines of Fancy and Staple Croceries are complete in every respect and having been personally selected are known to be the best the eastern markets can afford. We have a large stock of Agricultural Implements: McCormick's Reapers and Mowers, and Taylor's IHay Rakes. Fish Bros'. Farm & Freight Wagons. --: O :--" We offer special inducements to the trading public--a large assortment of every variety, a stock earefully chosen and the best to be had, and prices so low that every one will find it to his interest to buy of us. -: o :- i~gWe pay high prices for Robes, Skins, Furs and Peltries. TW N Ns - .... . .. .. :+? ·:y;/;.[~:-: :i-:; ·. : + :+ , - : ++ + + , · j.B a k e r sPrING oi" 1SSB. i" N DEPARTURE . Siudini that osur rapidly inc;rea:ing sales are not allowing us to attend properly to all our former lines of trade, we have sold out our lard .are, Furniture andt Queenisware, and will confine oaurselves to Dr) Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps1 Gents' furnishing Goodse Clothing, Wooden and Harness and Willow Wares Saddlery. d re will also keep a: Iful and well as- I a - lt r nfeutiA sor'ted line of :U'm otbe. SBAIN WAGONS CHAMP MOWERS, MITCHIELL, WrAGONS, IAIMP[O'N RE OPESi, Mi LBURN SPRIN-G WAGONS, TIGER IIAY RAhES, TOP BUGGIES, I)E IDRICK HAI PI 'RESS l Furst & Bradiley BREAKINO G.rt & Br1..a!'v z..( -r .T YPýLO -s, and STIRRING PLOW li`;ille .S.i. ;..O. , 12 to 16 ilch, FANNING MILL8. SCOTCH HARROWS, SPEOIALTI ES : LADD'S TOBACCO SHEEP DIP, SULPHi.URE. SCUTT'S THREE STRAND BARBED 2TEEL W IRE, (Orders for the latter must be in by Miay Ist=) TE NT AND WAGON COVER.S, HANt an:d MACHIN-E MADE, al sizea, We will ship the largest and most comlplete line of Groceries that ever came to Fort Benton for that trade. We have nade our requl. sitlon for Fancy Shelf Goods very elaborate, and will undertake to furnish anything in that line that may be called for. Our fa cilities for filling orders are greatly improved, and all orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Owning our own steamboat transportation we wviil lay our good, down in lenton this year at one and a quarter cents per pou nd from Chicago and St. Louis, and we propose to give our cuas tomers the benefit 'f this low rate in prices on our goods. Having gone out of the Indian Trading lui-nss we will. devote ourselves to the trade of Farmer~ and ranehmen, to whom. we oiler special Inducements. "iZ (I. ~Baker & (3. Haliot1 & H187eti, OLD AGENCY, - - M.T., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SGENERAL MERCHAND)ISE AND We have just received a full and complete a.sor tmuint of Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, California Blankets. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Queensware, Hardware, Drugs, Notions, and Toys. Call and Examine our Goods and Prices before pur chasing Elsewhere. The highest market Price paid for Robes aladn Peltrles Jan.3,82d&wtf MO NTANA STABLES! ReopLeneci UTn der th e Dersonal management of CHARLES CRAWFORD, The Best Hay and Feed to be had Always on Hland and Careful and attentive hostlers in attendance. -- CARD.-Thanking my many patrons for past favors while in the basiness, I will he glad to meet them agail and as many new friends as may come, and I will try to deserve their patronage. Janl2d&wtf CHAIIRLES CRAWFORD. lir, I I t I [l I I , MANN'S RANUH! On The Road to Barker! Within One Day's Drive of BENTOT OR THE MINES! Is a convenient and delightful stopping place. The Best ofAecommodatlons for Man and Beast A t Reasonable Prices. .I" , . ' :, ;.s b LN ew Ferry Boast ! Running Regularly from the foot of Baker $t. ACROSS , MISSsOURI Prices Reasonablo, LYNCH &, FLINT apandwaO -Ownersa and Ma:naghe.