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A LANI) LEIGUE CIRCUJfLAR.
pTie tr!LS , Qauncil Deeming It;-Un. n: cs ....,r to Call a Special Session. c-TALv,.o, N. Y., Nov. 13.-The central ,,;lcil of the Irish National Land League (f .n\, icxi to-day issued the following s.sit N ._ION AL LANIX LI:ELUE OF, i-iO--FITL OFFICE.A -UFFALO, N. N, 1ov.', 1882.--In answetI- to in i ;vivcI from many of the Land ,,,,.: i::.chc as to when we would call . !:::1 ,onvention to rearrange the plans ,i·' ,,;rg (,~,iation and adopt ,the changes i .. te .,.it national conference ,., , 1 1; , . ould state thlat in our i ; t " (1°ti is unniecessary, as the . ,: ,:,: I meetiiing is not far off, . , ',, made in Ireland and ren .. " . atby tile stringent laws in S n...ot materially affect ofiit of our leagues here save S:..v pAtus and a more defli S: 'The programme marked : the imnperative demand for :, - : .t ne , ," lreitami, is meriting S. n fll sympathizers. Feeling , ,a iz:ti..: is in entire accord \,,-:,, i. ~i' ,: ptlan of the Irish leaders, it t,, incur the expense of an : .!ii. o to lpu)t members to , . of traveling long dis St. .. . Whatever changes i. ; ,. ., be ,i i' ily deferred until : ; . :mi: 1 me1ting. We have ... .hit Mr. PIarnell as to S c. Y neces.ity of changing , . ,:.'... ii , .i if s, what it would , i 1". .::. haits not been a. , ,. -s yvet, butI is . ....-,n . -. oinrta ce they will be lt~t;.lll:' . ! nii' )i':i i lieal. atn early date. S : l ha expressed their ,~,, ,," ;..~' <,io t numed support, :,tI.','' , . ;c wi still generous S:: h ave done so in the S , tcrefi-ore, relax Sour interest flag. By z, ,los. i"; and enthustl iastic i:( t" Land league so ,., ," ,, ilnin it will be an easy l( t oll into line with our i-:, 1reland it whatever efforts :. : i.g to bring prosperity and .ji ;.' t, la: .1 pressed and misgoverned hmbi.. A F ('II-TFUL EXPLOSION. i Fout~r . ii ined «i ( ovel(and 1Wilil a a IP boranyOrs .laingled. CI...:,' ai.L; > p, O.. Nov. 13.-Several un acoutli.i all' nilanor explosions have occur red witlini the past three days in the iron mills,a. nit to-night saw one at the Forest Cit\ miili bi:t carried destruction to the buildih~., kilied four !men outright, and 0l.gelrou ly injured several more. The day e.em: were just going off and the night men comiiig on, lwhien suddepily thaomain boiler weat..to pieces. Hl$-:f of tthl roof was klocied : ww.ai, and through it went the main portions of the.boiler, being found in ..scattL'Ord.firag~Ints for hundreds of yards around. The lire that naturally ensued was spoon put out, and after the smoke and dust inad.gleared away, the search for the shattered '"and broken 'fragmenlts lying about ryas begun. G. D. Wright, of Wyandotte, Mich., who had just come into the mill in scarch of work, was terribly. mangled, the whole top of his head heing blown off. A young inan front Chicago, :aiied William Wilson, who had accom panied Wright to t-h. city, was thrown to the earth, :and so injured that he cannot walk, though he will probably reccver. Jonlt GCfallugier, a filer, was fearfully .in juredýtlbout tiie :heedaPd chest,. ani died itt 9 ' o'clock. He filts c.iiscious all the timll, anld. gave directions as to how he shlol:l i be moved. John Williams, the nlmstcr mneclcatlic, was instantly killed, his fac:we ..! ihe.: being flattened out so as to be u.irecoglnizable. William Atkins, a roluer, was also killed. He was blown ful ly tw o hundred yards, and his body literal lv( iut >1 two. T. P. Bradley, a mill-car l)enlic:, id an armtn and a leg broken, and caai;nt li. John Malltney, a fireman, had a leg broken. A man named Hanna, who sit beside Atkins when he was killed, was tilowI a hundred yards and knocked iisens:iblc, but was not killed. There were inatu of the other employes who received severe bruises, a;id it is thought that when daiylilght :comes still other bodies may be foiiild among the ruins. The loss in the way of property will not exceed $5,000. JEas s lip Railway.Seheme. Ni.w v Yc)., Nov. 14.-Capt. James B. Eads, of .:tlds jetties fame, has returned from Europe, and is stopping at the Fifth A.venueC hotel. lie said to-day that the prosp)ects of sueeess for his Mexican ship railway sclinem v eve good. lie truthfully remarket tihat the iill providing for a sub sidy from the United States is still before Congress, and asserted that it would come uti, tefr di:scussiomn at the next session. S'!,es y ou..r hope rest in the passage of that bill?" he was asked. "Oh, no. As an American, I have felt desiro.s to see the Government of my country share in the honor of carrying through what will be one of the greatest works of this country. IfCongressi h6w ever, refuses the subsidy, there are plenty of people on the other side of the water only too eager to lend their assistance. While in England recently I received pos itive assurance that the money necessary for the execution of the project was ±t" my disposal. My negotiations over there could not have had a more favorable re suit."' "'I as the .lexioCu government done itnything to help yoi?" ~.' t has made the necessary concessions of land, and will, I have no doubti give other material aid before long. In short, I have evoey reaswO.t be.taiaft d with the progress of the sesiemi :: TEAC1i*-J OF MUSIC. dirs. Josevpt`i 5s gl 4 tioYinai tnaf g h5in it8tiw I5 no'9tf Ir I ~ l FIENDISH BRUTALITY. An Illinois Countryman Literally Stamping out his Childs Life. GOLCONDA, Ill., Nov. 12.-News has ar rived here of a fiendish child-murder, ~rhich occurred near Dixon Springs, in this country. William Phelps, a shiftless worker at odd jobs, was eating dinner with his family, when his six year old daughter commenced crying because something she wanted was not on the table. Phelps ordered the girl to cease crying and eat what was set before her. The child, quite as much through fright at her father's manner as through wilfulness, only cried the louder. The father giving lose reins to his temper, slapped it hard enough to knock it down. The mother interposed to protect the little one, but only wrought the brute to such a pitch that he jumped upon the half-unconscious infant and stamped it repeatedly with his heavy boot heels. The mother, who had frequently experienced his violent outbursts, sum moned the neighbors by her wild screams for aid. When they arrived they found Phelps still crushing tne inanimate child under his boot. When he saa his neigh-. bors he seemed to realize what he had done and making a break through them escaped to the woods. They waited long enough to ascertain that the child was dead and then, reinforced by a dozen others, began a pursuit. Phelps, knowing the country thorough ly, has so far evaded arrest, although the people for ten miles h:tve joined in the hunt and his capture is only a n ataer ofi time. Hie has long borne a most unsavory reputation in the neighborhood, and the stories of his long suffering but hitherto patient wife indicate that she had endured the torture of an earthly hell in her daily efforts to protect her children. All her maternal instincts are now in arms against Ihim, and she has told enough to make it reas mnably certain that if Phelps is cap tured the State will be at no expense for his trial. The Grand Jury Ordeal Proves Too Much for Her Weak Nerves. SPRINGFIELD, I11., NOv. 22.-In the cir cuit court at Taylorsville to-day Miss Er. nma Bond, the victim of the gross outrage of June last, the particulars of which the public will remember, appeared before the grand jury. She was but recently able to leave her bed and during the examination , was overcome with one of the paroxysms which have so often come near causing 1 her death. Medical aid was called and i she was temporarily restored. The ex amination proceeded again, and she was again prostrated. She was restored and the examination resumed, when she was seized a third time. In this spasm her suf ferings were terrible, and her screams re- 4 sounded through the buildiing and were heard in the streets more than a square distant. She was finally quieted and taken to her uncles house, where she is now ly ing in a precarious condition, though rest s ing with comparative quiet at a late hour to-night. I ASuccessful Experiment. The Burlington Hawkeyv: "I have been f told, said Mr. Dubious, watching the great steam hammer in the rolling mill, "that a 7 good hammerman can break the crystal of a watch with that 32-ton hammer." "Yes, sir," said the hammerman, "it can be - done." "I should like to see it," said Mr. Dubious, eagerly, feeling in his watch t pocket. "I can do it," replied the man. "And will you?" replied Mr. Dubious, - draIing out his watch. "Cosme, I am 3 anxious to see it tried." H le laid his watch on the great anvil e plate. The hammer rose up to its full e height, and the next instant all its ponder s ous weight with a crushing force that shook the ground for an acre around, came a down on that watch. "There, sir," said the hammerman qui etly; "if you don't believe that crystal is broken, just stoop down and you can see it sticking to the hammer." ' Mr. Dubious swallowed a whole pro ', cession of lumps and gasps before he could speak. "But I forgot to say," he exclaim t ed, "that it was to break the crystal with e out injuring the watch." d "Oh, yes," said the hammerman; "yes, n I know; I have heard that rubbish myself, e but its all gammon. I don't believe it can e be done, But you can break the crystal every time," hoto11 Hose HxClia i! Lacapitana, El. Elba, and Flor de J. MT. Marales, FINEST IMIPORTED CIGARS, Just received at Choteau House Exchange. Also depot for the exclusive sale of original Blue .icet and parlsbadder Natural Mineral waters. augldawtf Lost. A NOTE BOOK containingin a number of names printed on slips of paper. The finder will confer a favor by leaving the book at this office. ADELAIDE STOCK FARM. Lake Park, N. P. I1. R. Short Horn Cattle Shropshire Sheep! My herd of high-bred Short Horns now contains tams some 70 animals mostly pure Bates. Have for sale a choice lot of young bulls and heifers all by this imported pure Oxford Geneva (24,221. This grand breed ng bull took sweepstakes prize as yearling at the hiladelphia International ~xhibi tion and will serve a limited number of approved cows outside my herd. Catalogue on application. Have a few high grade Shropshire lambs for sale now coming in and am booking orders at 40 per pair. IYl. E.d, drEGLEBBONNER. ' r . . .--- ..er .-,- -c.--" .% . 1 C.WE 18, lWoiesale sad F sab e Repairing done. Bend for circular. ai BBOADWA Y.e .w York. F cron~ag ,9 .Walker St., and Vien , Austria. 8 d 4WAMBP5 UM A V' S) BER PFO B$ 4LL TOJlN LOTS FORi SALE. SEVERAL LEVEE LOTS FOR SALE [OLD Townsirej inquire of JOHN W. TATTAN, Agn't, Nov23, 1wd. JfO1E.E E'AKEN UP. Roan horse, branded 11 5 on left thigh. The owner can have same by applying to J. J. Healy and paying charges. Nov24tf NOTICE TO STOCK MEN. Wanted to Purchase 5000 Head of Yunsig Cows & Heifers Between the ages of2 _d and 3- years. Also 100 Head of Yotuing Thoroughbred HEREFORDS x [IRE BULLS. Parties having aov of :1i ; i,,veb for sale will please communicate wvii thei , statin..c sig.cd, stating price. •i'tE tULLIVAN, t(h'ot.3u hiouse, Blenton, M. T. nov25d &v l:J'd SBARN S HOP. I F /s GRAND I Nii) -i.',!. L biltDING Pro irietors. The proprietor cacl;: t~e :tu.;lan of the afflicted to his fine Containing all t c .ii.iti.,n ,arts of the most celebrated mineral -;ri-,:.. r the cure of Rheu matism, Lteunitgo, ., Comptidts and Scor butic Affecrions, a t.r i. r ,disea ses of the flesh and nerves, prelpared irn a recipes which have been securedfr,'a ;o-":,,,.` the m..st expert analyt ical chemists ofti With th:,nks hot r::- - anu hoping for a continuaunc of i> ;> .i,'r. we rmai'. d64tf. GEO. W. BcLLET. A. A. MARTIN GRND CETTgTAL OPPOSITE THE C~:URt" HOUSE, BENTON, 1 IONTANA. Only First-Class Restaurant in the City! Where Everything in Season Can be Had. OPEN DAY- .':IGHT Board by the day o: week. RItLLETT & I ARATIN, Proprietors. ep-9tt Steady employment and good wages to competent ,nan. 14EO. (.vUIuE, [leoad: ol Arrow Creek. August 2`, 1882. SPW : 1T E All horses of t!c Cana::dlian Pacific Railway Company, between Stroing Current Creek and Calgary. M. T., branded C. P. or C. P. R. on left shoulder. Address C. H. PERRY, or I. J. T. MUCKLE, x ort Walsh. N. W. T. Septemoer 1, 1882. (fim DISSOLUTION OF P ARTNERSHIP. To Whos m it I.lay Concern. The partnership itercoiore existing between Daniel Kelly and -aŽi Slag has Ohil day, by mu tual consent. been iii ele v.d. the said Kelly re e tiring. All the acciouits due he 1i m and all lia bilities of the firm tio e setti.(d with and by said Sing. IT '. FL KELLY. s 3M SING. November 29, 182. Prolbase Nonice. In the Probate Court, in r., i for Chotean County, Territory of Montant. Notice is hereby giiv: that John I. Evans, having filed in this court a d ,cumient purporting to be the last wi-i of W. W. Austin, (deceased and petition for issuanjce of letters tes'amentary the hearing of the <ieab has been fixed by said court for Mtonday he 1lih, ayof December, 1882, at2o'clock, in the aftevr.ntiof said day, at the courtroom thereof aL Baton, the said countyof Choteau; and lil persons inierested in said es tate are notified then and there to appear and show c-use, i any there be, why the t said will should not be adnitted to Probate, and letters testamentary issued to said John H. Evans. Dated December 1st, 1882. s (SEAL. JO !N W. TATTAN )r deltf Ex-oflicio Clerk HOLTER & ELLS --HAVE - 100,000 Fot i f Lbmbor Besides a large quantity of Laths and Shi gles Sj On the way toBenton. Ordetsralef~t with W. 8 Wetzel, Fort BUaton, wili receive immediate attention. IHOLTER & ELJLS. SI, coc - je l- ··: ·,-. . : · if~I::~ GRAND UNION HOTEL, FORT BENTON, MONTANA, The leading hotel of Montana Territory. First-Class in all of its Appointments, STEPHEN SPITZLEY & CO., Proprietors. -o THE FINEST AND LARGEST hotel building in the West. Opened to the public November 2, 1882. First-Class Accommodations for the Traveling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers. 0 This house is centrally located and all coaches arrive and dep)art from the doo First-class Bar and Billiard Room in the house. CHARGES - nov29tf REASONABLE Benton Assay Office. We have now an Assay Office equal to any in the Territory, and guarantee satisfaction. CHARGES MODERATE. GEO. W. SWEET & CO. au3ldlw wtf KEENAN & PAYNE, F House and Sign PAINTERS Graining, PAPERING AND Kalsomiinig, T BENTON, : MONTANA. mrl8-d Tfohn W. Dewey, CIVIL ENCINEER. A.RCIIITECT I -AND U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. FORT BENTON, MONTANA re Geneva Nurseries, P GENEVA, N. Y., W. & T. SMITH, Prop's. ESTABLISHED 1846. Five Hundred Acres in Cultivation -OF FRUIT, ORNAMENTAL TREES, OSES, SHRUBS, &C. J. A. GOODHUE, Gen'l Agent, Helena, Montana. CHARLES C. CRIFFITH, GCivil at inial E ginieOr U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL CRIFFITH & CALDWELL, CONTRACTORS! Estimates and Drawings, Irrigating, MIachinery, Bridges and Earthwork. Special attention given to methods of water supply. IOflice in Cummings' Block, Bond street, - near Mam. (sepl8dtf) Coal and Wood! Wanted to contract for coal and wood for the new hotel, to be delivered on or before the 10th of October, 1882. Apply to H. ILNGWALD. Benton, Sept. 1,1882. (dwtf) $850. REWARD. Lost or stolen from the Shonkin Range last , spring, one span of iron gray mares, branded half g circle heart on left shoulder, 4 years old. The 1 above reward will be paid for their return or $25. r for the return of either to d FRANKSTRONG. d, &wtf Fort Benton. July, 16, 1882. S BENTON : MILK DAIRY PATRICK MURPHY, SProprietor. F iamilies, Hotels, and Public Entertainments snn plied with PURIE MVIILK Snrarn Anti Rutter. HORSES TAKEN UP. Three Horses and One .uale. SaNE SMALL BAY HORSE, HAS BEEN SHOD, V brand obliterated, One black mare, blotch brand on the right hip, horse shoe on -left shoulder. One bay horse, right hind leg wbite, collar and 1 trace marks, no brands. One bay mulan, O on leftshoulder, with brand on the outside. Owner can have animals by applying and paying charges S;. to rJtona I, iK Sept4itt. , , Fort Conrad, M. ;. t: /,,. e/ ",:·-R:: . '- ,:. ' Cor. PVower & erankfl in Sts., FORT BENT:ON~, - M. T. IRUFUS PAYNE, Proprietor ---: o:-- HORSE-SHOE IG .AND WAGON PoEPmA ITZlTlNG-, BLACKSMITHING In All I2 BraFAnces. Good Work at Reason able iPrices. RE-O P ENE D ! der the Management of Mrs. Dena Murray. This old and always popular Restaurant will be re-opened to-morrow or next day under the personal supervision of Mrs. Murray, and no pains or expense will be spared to give entire sat isfaction to customers. IIALI AT ALL HOIJR8, -o - Chops, Steaks & Cutlets TO ORDER. Q- Everything First-Class. ORINTAL ALOI o! Bakery and RESTAURANT! CHOICE Wines and Liquors CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Open Day Night. HOP LEE. Proprietor. y5dtf TO BUILDER$1 WVe beg to inform those wbo contemplate building and who wish anything in our line that as soon as the river will permit in the spring we will ship to Ben. ton the largest and best selected stock of cut stone ever brought to this town. This stock comprises window and door sills and caps, stehs, key-stonres, water-tables &c., &c. Our sills will be from 3 to 12 feet in length and of every style used. If you intend to build call on us. On account of our river transportation we can fur. I nish rock cheaper than anybody. JOHN F. KEILHAUII, Fort Benton, M1ontana. TOWNSITE NOTICE. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That pursuant to an act of Congress, approved August, 1882, the addition by said act of Congress made to the townsite of Fort Benton was duly id regularly entered at the Land Office, at Helena, Montana Territory, on the 7th day of October A. D. 1882. And further notice is hereby given, that any person or persons claiming any lot or lots in a did addition to the townsite ot Fort Benton must file a statement of his or their claim, or claims, at the office of the Probate Judge of Choteau county, M. T., at Fort Benton, within sixty (60) days from the 10th day of October A. D. 1882, said latter date Sbeing the date of the first publication of this no. tice. . JOHN W.TATTAN,; Probate Judge Chotean County, ; T. r Dated October 10, 1882. . . '( [Blank applications wilt ,be fnrnihed at the Probate Judge's office. BARGAINS BARGAINS ! AT COBST! Ouer Ezintire st~ol3 of Jewelry" RINGWALD BROS. & CO. On Main street Nearthe Centre Meat Market. ---~~an-0- M" Ranohmen and farmers who have produce for sale are nuvited to call on the new firm who will purchase from them at the highest market prices. nov- - FURNITURE ! Furniture ! Furniture ! The only Exolusive Purniture House in Benton! F. C. ROOSEVELT, Proprietor; ------: o :-- Every article in the Furniture Line, from a common deal Table, to the most ELEGANT PARLOR SETS ! An extensive assortment of Mantle, Swinging, TOILET AND PIER MIRtOROS. STANDS, BOOK SHELVEI, WALL POCKETS, COMB CASES, TOWEL RACKS, MUSIC STANDS, TOILETS, CORNEi BRACKETS, SIDE BRACKETS, ETC. The: ,ost BeautifI Chamber Sets.. Ever brought to Montana.,consisting of Plain and Marble- Top' goods of, new:and Fashionable Designs, solid materials and fine workmanship. Call and examine. our $700 'CHrAMB3 R SET. aug2dawtf · -C- . . "- . - =--- t :. LKEINNSCGHMIDT & BRO,: 'LEADING GROCERYHOUSE F MONTANA ! Have the pleasure to announce to the public of Benton and vicinity that Mr. C. Bothz"e... Has assumed the management of the Benton house, and for the future this branch of the Great Grocery House of KLEINSCHMIDT & BRO. will have his personat su r perintendence and control. Staple Fancy Groceris, Wines, Liquors and Segars, Are the specialties of tha. firm. But in order to accommodate-their large wholesale and retail trade an immiens stock of GENERAL RMERCHANDISE H as peen added ~onsisting of , urd wre, las se ad queeneware, le y And Implements of the m-m populartanufLturers, among which may be mentioned Id BRDPLEY.S ?IºQ$OVF~T. .CHANGEABLE SEED MIOWIERS, BIA .L.. 'S I. ROVD. SINGLE SPEED IOWX WIS, S` PH 'UROIN `ARBED WIrME. W fte aefts tis the Asve, and eai aupply the goods AWith extras for the Mowers8, e.. it s ngtihe and,# hirat6t mrket priee. We also have a-large steok of