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TURJNS UP ALIVE.
A Man Supposed to be Murdered Is Discovered By an Old Ac quaintance. NCINNATI. Nov. 7.-For some years past a bitter feud has existed between the Hatfield and McCoy families, who live in the vicinity of the junction of Peter creek and Tug river in the eastern part of Ken tucky. A year or more ago on election day one of the Hatfields was brutally butchered and three of the McCoy's was charged with the crime. They were arrest ed and while in jail were taken from the hands of the officers by an organized band of men and transferred to Virginia. After being kept there a few days they were secretly carried across the border back into Kentucky, and their bodies rid dled with shots were found tied to trees aday later. This cold blooded triple mur der caused much excitement at the time, and five of the Hatfield family are now un der indictment charged with its commis sion. A short time after the last murder occurred a German appeared in that part of the country, who professed to be inter ested in the undeveloped silver mines of that section. lie gave oiut the report that he was about to start down the river for the purpose of securing some necessary machinery, and getting all ready to start, su(ldenly disappeared. Ilis very sudden disappearance caused much comment, especially since on the river bank below were found some of his clothing and a scattered deck of cards he was known to have in his possession. This had the ap pearance of foul play, and the river was dragged, but no trace of him could be found. No one knew who the man was, and all sorts of theories were current. It was generally believed that the man was a detective, and that he had been put out of the way for reasons known to those who did it. The Hatfield family were charged with the murder also in addition to those of the McCoy, although they were partic ularly eager in the search for some trace of him. All hope of finding the man was given up and he was almost forgotten, until a few weeks ago, when W. II. C. White, a traveling salesman of this city was passing through Gates' station on the Elizabethtown, Lexington & Big Sandy railroad, and this same German, whose name is not known, and whom Mr White had been acquainted with on Tug river, boarded the train and entered into conver sation with him for a few seconds. The man left the train as it pulled out of the station, and Mr. White had no time to question him closely, but he was willing to make an affidavit to the man's identity. So the IIatfields are credited with one murder too many. . .. . .. . ,. . . . Accidents and Suicides. From the Toronto Mail. ST. JohNs, Ntld., Nov. 7.-The coal sheds on the south side of the harbor fell this morning, crushing several laborers. Walsh and Guess were taken out dead. 4 Four were dragged out seriously wound. ed. It is feared that others were buried in the coal heap. BELLEVILLE, NOV. 7.-Alpheus Brick man fell from a wagon in Ameliasburg Friday evening and broke three of his ribs. PrETERBORO, NOV. 7.-Saturday night Arthur Tomlinson was accidentally shot by Dildine Phillips, in Chandos township, this county. While the two were walking together Phillips drew and fired his revol ver to test the weapon. He was about to fire a second shot, but the revolver went off prematurely, the ball entering the right side of Tomlinson's chest. There was no doctor in the district, and a man had to be dispatched thirty miles in order to procure medical aid. Tomlinson died yesterday, having previously declared that the shooting was accidental. Phillips is in gaol. BROOKLYN, N. Y., Nov. 7.-Peter Brockwit, freight agent of the West Shore railroad, suicided this morning. His son I was recently killed by Indians in Texas, and since then his mind has been affected. READING, Pa., Nov. 7.--Calvin Haines, his wife, and three children were poisoned last night by eating bologna sausage. They were all seized with kspasms and vomiting. The youngest child died, the others are still ill. MIDLAN1D, Ont., Nov. 5.-Thomas lIark ley, a resident of this place, was drowned off his yacht, near Boasley island, on Fri day night or Saturday morning. An In dian living on the island, whom he was in company with, reports that he left him to watch the boat while he went on the shore for the night. On returning in the morn ing, no trace of Harkley could be found. The report reaching here, a party went out and searched the vicinity, and after a long search found his body near thec shore in about two feet of water. It is supposed as he is well advanced in years, that he missed his footing and fell overboard. ST. JEAN PORT JOLI, Quebec, Nov. 5. On Saturday three men from St. Aubert started on a spree, and when on their way home one of them named Henri Choui nard fell from the vehicle intoxicated and was left on the public road by his com panions. Yesterday fears were entertained as to his whereabouts, and a gang of men went in search of him. He was only found this morning, lying dead, and was taken to his residence at St. Aubert. An inquest will be held. Alarmlng Mlortality. OrrAwA, Ont., Nov. 7.-The great mor tality in connection with the Home of Bethlehem, conducted by the Gray Nuns, has given rise to considerable comment. The government inspector's report shows that171 out of the 193 children admitted to the Home the past year died there. Since 1880 the institution has interred in Notre Dame cemetery 500 children. These alarming figures have startled the com-r munity and led the city council to in struct the medical health officer to inves-`. tigate the operations of the above charty. The House of Bethlehem is a lylinag in; h pital where unfortunate women .eei 4helter dur their illness, and thtir legma sprg are farmed Ot at so piit . per oa! JOHN T MURPHY E. G. MACLAY. W. W. HWKINNa. MURPHY, MACLAY & CO. a Wholdsale and Retail Dealers in e n HARDWARE GROCERIES! d WINES, LIQUORS P CIGARS I Glass and Queensware, Stoves, Tinware, I Aaricultural Nplaieuts, MACHINERY, &C. it We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated SCHUTTLER WAGONS, t, Buckeye, Binders, Buckeye Mowers, Buckeye Table Rakes, Furst '& Bradley's S ulky w Plows, Sewing Machines, A. W. Coates & Co's. Lock Lever Hay Rakes, It Scutt's 4-point Barbed Wire, and Schlitz Milwaukee Beer. to We also carry in stock 4-pound Wool Sacks, Wool Twine, Ward & Payne and Kan garoo Sheep Shears, Little's Chemical Fluid, the great English Cold P' Dip, a perfect cure for scab and a complete eradicator of as lice and ticks. Also Hill's pure Sulphured Leaf Je Tobacco and Hill's Tobacco Extract, the strongest and best Tobacco s, known on the market. It as s TIN SI OX.0 ut We manufacture everything in Tin and Sheet Iron, Sheep Tank Bottoms, &e. 10 -d Highest Cash Prices paid for Robes, Furs, Skins ahd Peltries. se Come and see us. We guarantee you honest goods at bottom prices. c cc as n MURPHY, MACLAY & CO. C. I I I I I S FOR SALE! e 25 Thoroughbred Merinos, 50 High Grade Merinos, 30 Shopshire Grade Rams from import a ed Shopshire Rams. f Prices reasonable. Apply to GEO. D. PATTERSON, sel2d3twtf Fort Benton, M. T. e KLEINSCHMIDT & B RO. Fort Benton. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 1 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Canned Goods a Speciality. 1Benton Meat Market, Next door to W. S. Wetzel, Front St., Ft. Benton. t BEEF CATTLE, SHEEP, COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS, o Hogs, Poultry, Game, Etc., Etc., t Purchased at highest market prices. e A share of the trade is respectfully solicited. T. McCUNE. t HOTEL SALOON Billiard Hall ! d d (Next door to Largent House,) SUN RIVER LROSSING, M. T. d All the best and mostpopular brandsof i- WINES, LIQUORS, S.EaARS AND n TOBACCO 0 Constantly on hand. 1 PIO NIEIR BOOK BINDERY d d --AND 1e BLANK BOOK lAANUFACTOrY rt HELENA, MONTANA. i id This house is prepared to execute every thing a 1- the line of Book Binding. SBooks and Blanks of all descriptions Baled, S Pnrnted, Numbered and Bond to any desired order. All ordur per mail reeeive prompt attention. GEO. E. BOOS, Helena, Montana. f myg7w NIMNE-ULE HO111E. e Plm rt-Class Aoomnmdatlons S For Man and rbat4 I[I "FIN-ESTSF WINES UilORRA)# * o A l of eler, CENTRE ProducE MARKET, EGGIB A&Y&TU, Pr0i' . VEGETABLES, Poultry, Oysters, FISH, Eggs, Butter & Fruit, On Main Street, Near Centre Meat Market. W" Ranchmen and farmers who have produce for sale are invited to call on the new firm who will purchase from them at the highest market prices. jlysltf -GO TO aln river "Kin Bee" -FOR- WINES, LIQUORS -AND- CIGARS. Meals at all Hours. e J. A. WHITE, Prop. aeptldwfm BENTON MILK DAIRY PATRICK MURPHY, Proprietor. larlies, Rots~ and PNblio Zinturtamwentsayp plied wit PURE MILK Cream bnd Butter. John W. Dewey, CeIVIL ENCINEERi. 0 1. .. . . ... ARCHITECT -AND THE PROMINENT BILLINGS BUSINESS HOUSES. KING & CAMP fROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hardware, Ai gricult'l Stoves Implenents and Tinware, Buggies, Wagons, Blacksmith carriages TOOTS and and BA. 1 B SUPPLIES. & WIRE. SPO.TI.LT N GOODS OF ALL KIJKIDS. 8 Correspondence solicited. BILLINGS, M. T. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN -AND General Merchandise. FI.?ST-OLASS GOODS ONLTY, AND LOW PlaICES. -Aents for LADD'S TOBACCO SHEEP DIP. r'Our teams make regular trips to the Judith Basin, and we will haul freight to and from the Northern Pacific railroad at low rates. Billings, M. T. H. CLARK & CO. A, L. Babcock. A. W. Miles BABCOCK & MILES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hardware, Implements, Stoves and 'iirnwvtvare, Iron, Steel, Pumps, Sporting Coods, Paints, Oils, Tents, Wagon Covers, Etc. Headquarters for Barb Wire. Agents for WOODS' 1IOWER, and STUDEBAKER WAGON. l "II lll I  ll-- li ll- El ""I Il l"II+ |III I ll This space reserved for Headquarters Hotel. -1 STEBBINS, MUND & CO., BILLINGS, - - - - MONTANA. TIANSACT A GENWE14AL BANKINGG 'BUSIINESS. Advances made on W ool on the most Favorable Terms. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. B'Correspondence and Business Solicited. 8. IL .RWIN, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wines. Liquors N Cigars. Imported and Domestic Fine Whiskies a Specialty. -ALSO A FULL LINE OF Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. BILLINGS, - - MONTANA. C. E* WESTBROOK iqnu,4 d aly ab1g. Best and Cheapest Stable in the City. Block North of P. W. HclAdow's itore, 37th street. BILLINGS, - - - MONTANA. H. H. BOLE & CO., S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BILLINGS, - MONTANNA. TE LAOST T K 0 08088 TIQiL'E A l.RTIQLfES 830WIT Lx ~ ~ - T. C. POWER & BRO Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTllING, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES Centlemen's Furnishing Coods, Furniture and Carpets of all Grades Fancy ' Staple Groceries, SHEEP MEN1'S SUPPLIES, Wool Sacks, Mewing Twine Sheep Dip, &c. NOTE :-We are Territorial agents for Ladd's Sheep Dip, warranted to oure any case of scab in sheep. -- -(o)--- Wines, Liquors, Beer, Ale, Cigars and BAR SUPPLIES ! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Wood's Reapers and Mowers, Hapgood Plows ! Twine Binders and Extras ! Hay Rakes and Gardening Tools, all of the Best and Most Reliable Makes. This year we will introduce the celebrated CCJOP"EDR. T' T.A.'or011, Guaranteed the best made Our stock in the above departments will all be complete on arrival of the first boats, and being selected wi.h great care and shipped direct from eastern markets, we will be better prepared than ever before to offer Inducements to the Wholsale Trade. All our goods are bought from FIRST hands and in large quantities, and we propose to give dealers the benefit of Low Prices and First-Class Goods. We can furnish low figures on application on all kinds of Hardware, Glasswar Queensware and Woodenware. Inspections and Orders Solicited. T. C. POWER & BRO., Benton M".T. unon m m n GRAND CENTRAL BENTON, : MONTANA. Su~ OT CO Noted for its Taste- w ful Elegance, superior When you visit Ben Appointments, and a ton don't fail to dine Cuisine unsurpassed at the Grand Central, by any in the city. , the ONLY First-class Families can have Restaurant in the their meals ordered city. from the Restaurant. inller Parties lnl RCeDtionl Seoreo i the lOst8lan t and supplied at short notice in any part of the city. People coming late or early can always order first-class meal, as we keep open day and night. 1WA First-Class Bar Attached...A epn GEO. W. BSLLETT, Proprietor. LUMBER AND SHINGLES I BIG- C.ASINO Mills! Four Miles from Reedsport, Mont. Splendid Timber, FIRST-CLASS MILL Competent Workmen. Fl'AIB PRICEs I FIll s1ock costaIlly oa hail. BIlisioa1 sis tO Or i or W. H WATSON. . PITTSBIIWG III4 0 CO. Incorporated Uaner the Laws of the Territory of Atoltana. J. M. GRAY, President. DAv~n BROWNE, Vice-Prest. W. B. Srrri., Attorney. D. G. BRowxz, Treasurer. Wx. B;zrrz, Secretary. CW=TAL TTVcn., 06 ,F#~, 1 ..., Os~ rsmat #1Oic prlar. OPIQr: * * FOREBE]Rog , SI CTIOI HO SE, At the forks of the roads to Montana District, Barker and the Wolf Creek and Judith Basin senatry. Blaoksmith Shop and Stables In sonnetion with the house. JIO iTIOJ &IL BOQIs, baeharge of Y3n.M ºsEaw W'UW LW:~JP: JI!4tf·.: