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Work has been commenced on the new
Dr. Chiron has purchased the trotting
home known as "Old Smoky."
Mm. Ed. a Aldemon enjoys the honor
of being the best lady roller skater in
Baseman. _ '
The land donated to the railroad com
pany at Gallatin City, is used for side
tracks and a material yard.
The saloon keepem are strictly enforc
ing the law prohibiting minora from fre
quenting saloons, playing billiards, etc.
This is right.
Frank VanAUen and Davis Willson
have rented the balance of the Masonic
building not to be occupied by the Na
tional Ban d.
Frank O'Connell's store rooms are be
ing bandscSnely papered and painted.
He expects his first shipment of goods
this week and will probably get opened
by next _
From a postal card received from
Messrs. Wright 4 Hendry, of Billings,
we learn that these young gentlemen are
about to start a daily paper at Livingston,
to be called the Enterprise. Mr. Wright
has been foreman of the Billings Herald
since its inception, and is a thorough
printer. Mr. Hendry has for some time
been associate editor of the Herald, and
is by fiu the best writer it hss ever had.
Genl. Jas. Brisbin, of Fort Keogh,
spent a day in Boseman last week, look
ing after his teal estate interests here.
The General informed the reporter that
he had recently sold his herd of stock
cattle for |35 per head, to the New Eng
land Live Stock Company. He intends
to go into the dairying business exten
sively, as soon as he can procure an ex
perienced dairyman. His ranch of 1,100
acres purchased from Maj. Pease is pecu
liarly adapted for the dairying business,
and there is no reason why it cannot be
made to pay.
Death of J. J. Qranam.
From the Miles City papers we learn
that J. J. Graham has passed to the land
from whence no traveler returns. Mr.
Graham has been identified with Miles
City and the Yellowstone country since
1876. He has done much for Miles City
and by his death that town sustains an
irreparable loss. Never physically strong
be has labored with untiring energy and
superhuman power to attain an inde
pendency in his declining years. He has
contributed to the support of two older
sisters rince boyhood, and now when
almost prepared to end his latter days in
quiet, released from business cares, he
has been stricken down.
A Question of the Day.
One of the advantages the fair city of
Boseman enjoys is easy access to pure
and cold water. The West Gallatin flows
on the south, the East Gallatin on the
north, Bozeman Creek through the heart
of the city, and the whole surface of the
plain is checkered by ditches of rippling
water fresh from the spring and melting
snows of the foot-hills and mountains.
Also within a two hours' ride is Mystic
Lake, whose limpid waters but wait the
deft hand of man with the appliances of
genius to tap its clear cold depths for all
the agneous element necessary to supply
the wants of any city west of the Missis
sippi. Here is an inviting field for capi
tal and enterprise. Under our charter
the dfy could not be bonded to provide
for the work of supplying the municipa
lity with water from this source, so the
time is opportune for individual or cor
porate enterprise to take the initiative.
A company of our citizens should be
organized to take hold of this prize be
fore it shall slip from their grasp into the
hands of eastern investors who may see
fhther into the friture than those who
have been lonf in this field, but have
not given the scheme a second thought
He is not a visionary who fornees that
water works will soon be a necessity Jand
blind must be the business man or the
taxpayer who fails to see that if we had
a supply of water from Mystic Lake, it
would come with such pressure as would
require no expensive engines to fight fire
in the city. Withasupply of water from
this elevated source only hydrants and
hose would be required to contend suc
cessfully against the fire fiend, and thus
a great expense would be saved.
The insurance rate woald be greatly
reduced and no extra expense incurred
in buying expensive engines such as add
to the burden of the taxpayers in cities
less favored by nature with an altitudin
oub reservoir. Since Butte secured
water supply from above the city, the
corporation has discarded the use of en
gines and reaped a revenue from their
sale. The report of the Fire Marshal of
Helena, proves what an expensive luxu
ry an elaborate fire organization is.
requires a page and a half of the Herald
for the marshal to tell the public how
the machinery was worked. Such pres
sure as could be secured from Mystic
Lake would reduce any fire in our city,
simply by the application of hose to the
fire plugs, and to accomplish this, but
few men would be required as compared
with dtiee where mechanical appliances
amused. In addition to fire facilities of
this character which the municipality
would only be too glad to pay liberally
for, would be the demand for street
sprinkling in the summer, irrigating
trees on the street line, the needs of in
dividual consumers at their places of
'business, including manufactures and
mills, and for all domestic purposes. In
fact it is patent to the most casual obser
ver that the present demand of the city
would warrant a thorough investigation
of this whole subject with an eye single
to business. The exigencies of the inci
pient period of corporate life in an old
conservative and prosperous city, de
mands that something should be done at
an early day for fire protection. We
have withstood the perils of fire long
enough. That fortune has fhvored us in
the past is no guarantee that it will in
the friture. Conditions are rapidly «hang
ing in this community and we should be
prepared to meet them. The best thing
the city can do is to investigate these
new questions and encourage the invest
ment of capital in enterprises for the
public. The question of water works or
some sort of fire protection is one of the
exactions of the times and corporate
orga ni za ti on for individual investment
may lead the way.
Whenever an eastern journalist lays
up for the effects of a spree they refer to
it as a case of overwork.
An Fnglish woman who refuses to live
with her husband is still liable to im
prisonment for her obstinacy.
"Hark ye, Maria," replied the affec
ionato and melo - dramatic Thomas
"methinks I now canst trace a dose ana
!°gy between crushed strawbeery and
crashed pocket books. Take that small
burden on thy mind and muse awhile,
J-^Rg. BISHOP a WELCH, ,
13 » DENTISTS,
BOZEMAN, - * MONTANA.
PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS.
0 M. CHAMBLISS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office on Main Street, over the Poet Office.
T-VB. R. M. WHITEFOOT,
^ OFFICE IN
p W. MONROE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
BOZEMAN, • • • MONTANA.
Office:—Comer Main and Tracy Streets. Of
floe boon from* 10 i. m. to 4. p. m.
rpHOMAS H. CARROLL, M, D,
A N. P. SURGEON,
Office and residence at Tracy', old resident*
Main St, Boseman.
TU E. ROWE, ,
" 'physician AND SURGEON,
BOZEMAN - - - MONTANA.
Office:—In Hlnchman A Alward'e Drag
Store. Office boon (tom 10a. m. to2p. m.
and 1 to 8 p.m.
TV C. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY A* LAW.
OFFICB WITH TH. X TOWARDS.
BOZEMAN, ... MONTANA.
AU bnalnsas entrusted to me will receive
Will A. lines. Cbae.8. Hartman.
TMES a HARTMAN,
A attorneys at law.
Will buy and sell teal estate, Insure your
property against die and make collection*
«-Office In Osborne', block. H-tf.
J. L. Staats, W.G. Miner.
OTAATS A MINER,
° ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Orrrcm Courier Building, Boxem an, M. t.
Will practice In all courts of the Territory.
Proving up mining claims ana all otxnneM
before the U. 8. Land Office, promptly attend
ed to, M
rpHOS. R. EDWARDS,
■*" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BOZEMAN, ... MONTANA.
Will practice In all tbe Courts of the Terri
tory. All business entrusted to me will re
ceive prompt attention.
■TTIVION A CASTERLINE,
' ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BOZEMAN, ... MONTANA.
Will practice in the^urt. of Montana.
Office:—On Main Street, over the Postofflce.
JJOWEN A NEWMAN, u
CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AND CON
Bozeman, ... Montana.
£YEO. A. CARDWELL.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Office at Wm. Nevltt's hardware store.
JJ H. HOLLIDGE,
(Late Assistant Eng. N. P. R.R.)
ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Engineering In all Its branches. Office : Eas
Bozeman Street. Stf
WB WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Call the attention of our Business Men
to the fact that our Job Printing Depart
ment is one of the best west of SL Paul
and that we can supply yop with any
thing in the printing fine. Fine color
work a specialty.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
BUYS TERRITORIAL, COUNTY AND
Exchange on the commercial centres of
the United States Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PRO
CEEDS REMITTED PROMPTLY.
g E BREF., FERRIS A WHITE.
BOZEMAN, . - MONTANA.
Transact a general Banking Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
Montana Idaho and Utah.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought
HE NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
To he Land Explorer,
To the Business Man,
To the Farmer,
To the Mechanic,
To the Laborer, 41
To the Tourist,
To the Miner,
To the SporixEram.
TO ALL CLASSES ! I
F or and good crops.
For Remunerative Iamritnent;
For Business Oumootnnitirat
For the Raising of WheaL
For the Raising of Steel
For Ready andiCash.____
For % Healthy Climate,
TOE COUNT « TRAVERSED NT THE
NORTHERS; PACIFIC RAILROAD,
MAS NO EQUAL!
8AVE YOUR MONEY
tickets thr*agh,and baying
ns on. train»
O. K. BARNES, -^i^LLBON.
St. PaoL Mlnn.
rpHE CBICACKk MILWAUKEE
X AND STL PAUL, RAILWAY
la eeoaaetton with
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC B.R.
la the abort, ten tram Montana to Chicmm
MU waakeeandaU other Eaatern and Souttaam
It li the coljr Itoa ander one manascnaaad
between St; Paul and Chicago.
It 1» the only line running Pullman palme
Bleeping can through Milwaukee to Chias»
I ta River Dlvlaion, known aa the " Kfoer
Bank Route," along the shores at Lake Papin
and the upper M laabalppl Rlver.aflorda lathe
traveler plctureaque views of the fosaal
scenery In the wem.
Three express trains dally between BL Pawl
Close connections with trains of the Stok
ern Pacific Bail way In the Union DepaSatSS.
Through tickets . Time-tables and EdStafta^
matlon furnished by the agents of thaï Marth
em Pacific Railway.
S. 8. MERRILL,
J. T. CLARK,
A.V. H. CARPENTER, G. H. HEAnOBD,
Gen. Pam. Agt. Amt-Gen-PsemAgh
W. H. DIXON,
GcnenUNarth western Passeuse
Q.EO. H. CLARK,
Dealer in all kinds of
HOUSEHOLD & OFFICE
My Stock consists of a staple lot of
goods selected expressly for this market,
and will be sold at prices that
I have a Hair Picker and am prepared
to repick and make over
OLD MATTRESSES AS GOOD AS NEW
at short notice
Of all kinds neatly done.
REPAIRING AND JOBBING
Of all kinds promptly done.
Undertaker's TrimmingB, and
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
Call made at the store will bo answered
any time of the day or night.
g^rGoods delivered to any part of the
Store: West end of MAIN STREET,
BOZEMAN, - MONTANA.
JNO. W. SMITH,
A large stock o
IMPORTED SHERRIES, CLARETS,
PORTS, SCOTCH AND IRISH
WHISKIES, MATIGAN A CO.'S
BRANDIES, GINS A RUM,
Warranted Absolutely Pure.
•^Families in want of pure wines, or
Brandies for medicinal purposes are as
sured that no finer goods can be had west
of New York.
Of four and six year old whiskies of
the most popular brands.
FALK'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
And a moet complete assortment of
Saloon Goods generally, offered to the
trade at fair prices.
A huge assortment of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
DeLatour'e Soda Water,
80"The heaviest stock of fine goods
in the Territory.
One door wem of Northern Pacifie Hold Is
Ant class lnjevery respect the only
In Eastern Montana, they are kept Inge re
pair for the lovers of the game. The g,, i.
•locked with the finest
In the West. No Mr ^ singing, or Hurrah
'"«■s. hut neat r n d quiet entrance through
PAT . WORSHAM,
HARDWARE, nails, tin
r JV ARE, STOVES, ETC.
? 000 rolle of Buildin
ived, also a car load of
paper just re
dear Sash and
We are selling all of our stock very
dose. CALL AMD GET PRICES.
WB WILL BAVE YOU MONEY.
We have a first-class tin shop in connec
tion with our store.
Job Wore Promptly Done.
A COMMON-SENSE REMEDY.
NO MORE RHEUMATISM, GOUT OB
Immediate Relief warranted.
Permanent cube Guaranteed.
Five yean established and never known to
foil In a single case, acute or chronic. Refer
to all prominent physicians and druggists for
the standing of Salicylica.
Theonly dissolver of the poisonous urio acid
which exista In the blood of rheumatic and
SALICICYLICA la known as a common
sense remedy, because It strikes directly at the
cause of Rheumatism. Gout and Neuralgia,
while so many so-called specifics and supposed
panacea only treat locally the effects.
It has been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as rubbing
with oils, ointments, liniments, and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases which
are the result of the poisoning of the blood
with Uric Add.
SALICYLICA works with marvelous effect*
on this acid, and so removes the disorder. It
la now exclusively used by all celebrated phy
sicians of America and Europe, Highest
Medical Academy of Paris reports» per cent
eons in three days.
that SALICYLICA Is a certain cure for Rheu
matism, Gout and Neuralgia. The mom
intense pains are subdued almost instantly.
Give it a trial. Belief guaranteed or money
Thousands of testimonials oent on appllca
tl A Box. 0 Boxes fob IS.
Sent free by mall on receipt of mousy,
ASK TOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
But do not be deluded Into taking Imltm
tlons or substitutes, or something recom
mended aa "Just as good!" Insist on ttagsn
nine with, the name of WASHBURNS dMOOt
on each box, which la guaranteed ebenstes* ly
para under our signature, an lndlsiu— hin
requisite to Insure success In the trmtmsatu—
Take no other, or send tons. mm j
WASHBURNS AGO., Propriétés*,
217 Broadway, cqr. Reads SL, New Yoak ,
The Boom !
Has commenced Booming at the
HARDWARE, STORE OP
Sebbeb. Ferris &
IN HARPER BLOCK,
Where can be found the largest and most complete stock of hardware in the
Territory, including, Iron, Steel, Nails, Blacksmith and mining tools, Table and
Pocket Cutlery, and frill line of shelf hardware.
a SPECIALTY MADE OF BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
The * Agricultural Implement
Containing every requisite for the Farmer, and, among sther things, the celebrated
BAIN WAGONS3IOLINE PLOWS, OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, RANDALL
HARROWS, CHAMPION MOWERS TIGER SELF-DUMPING HAY RAKES
GRAIN DRILL And BARB STEEL FENCE WIRE.
THEIR CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE » Bto<:ke î 1 with the
best manufacture of the renowned Racine Carriage Company, viz., 4-apnng wagons,
Combination Express wagon, one and two seated buggies, and buck board wagons,
all made from the best material, and offered at the lowest rates.
The stove Department contains the finest stoek at stoves ever
offered in this dty. We are the sole agents for the Acorn Stoves, which ate the
most perfect stove in the market, and combine all the late improvements;with cheap
ness and durability. As cook stoves they are unsurpassed,
Th© Tin Shop is now ready, and supplied with a competent workman
Our goods are of the beet. Our terms the Lowest and our determination to please
is unbounded. SEBREE, FERRIS A WHITE.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Gallatin ! Gallatin I
Lots are now being offered for sale in the
NEW TOWN OF GALLATIN
Recently laid out by the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Is situated near the confluence of the Gallatin, Madison and Jefferson Rivers,which
here form the Missouri River.
Is directly on the main line and about 30 miles west of Bozeman in the far-famed
valley of the Gallatin. It is so situated as to command the trade of these immense
area of arable and pasture lands which lie on the Gallatin, Madison and Jefferson
rivers, and are being rapidly settled up by a thrifty and industrious class of people.
Will be the shippirra station for Virginia City, Bridgeville, Pony, Lewis. Red. Bluff,
Willow Creek Hamaon and the numerous settlements which will spring up south of
ths line of road. Good wagon roads now lead to all the points above mentioned.
Is destined to become an important place in the near future. The large mining in
terests in Madison county wtll ffnd it the nearest and most convenient point for the
shipment of ores and bullion, and branch roads will eventually be burlt up the Mad
ison and Jefferson valleys.
Is beautifully situated awl has been platted with due regard to business enterprises
and for handsome residences. Water is abundant and of good qualify.
NOW 03 THE TIME TO SECURE CHOICE LOTS AT FIRST COOT.
i " fca "ä l Ci aJKpÄ B.-..,«
Wholesale LIQUOR Dealers,
MAIN ST., BOZEMAN,
We are the largest|dcalcrs in Eastern Montana and tarry the heaviest and.best
Which consists of Fine hand-made Sour Mash, pure streight Kentucky Bourbon and
Rye whiskies, old fashioned Copper whiskies, Scotch and Irish whiskies, also French
blackberry, raisin, cherry, apple, peach, ginger and line imported Cognae brandies,
Jamaica rum and Holland gin.
Also keep constantly on hand a fine line ot imported and domestic wines and
champagnes, Benedictine. Absinthe, Ilostettcrs, Bokers, Stoughton, and Augostura
bitters,also a full line of Bass's ale, Burke's porter, and Ginger ale, Apollinaris and
Bethesda mineral waters. St. Louis, Chicago and Milwaukee
And an elegant line of fine Imported and Domestic Cigars. We are also agents for
J. M. Brunswick and Balke
Billiard & Pool Tables.
g^-We bny in Car load lots direct from distillery and handle goods only in
the original packages, stamped as they come out of the distillery bonded warehouses
We wifi duplicate any invoice purchased from Eastern or Western wholesale houses
and we are confident we can make it profitable and object for you to buy of us.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Ammunition of Every Description.
Manufacturer of the
CELEBRATEDÎCOOPER BUFFALO GUN.
COOPER'S IMPROVED SADDLE
IMPROVED RELOADING IMPLE
MENTS COOPER'S IMPROVED &
PATENT RIFLE SIGHTS. Fine
Auxiliary barrels 45-70, Ac.' 40-65,&c.
- Agems for Dupom's Powder Co.
GiAnT Powder Co.
Giant Powder of all kinds.
Black Blasting Powder. Giant caps and Fuse
Always in stock.
Sole agents in Montana for Winchester Repeating Arras Co.
United States Cartridge Co. Hopkin's & Allen Fine Arms
New Pocket Army Revolver takes Winchester Rifle Cartridge
THE FINEST STOCKIOF fTHIS LINE OF GOODS FOUND
IN MONTANA, FINE BAMBOO, RODS, REELS,
LINES ARTIFICIAL FLIES, FLY BOOKS, AC.
POCKET CUTLERY, BELT CUTLERY,
Is Great Variety.
Everything in the Sporting
GUN REPAIRING, RESTOCKING, AC., DONE
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
CASH PAIO FOR HIDES, ROBES AND FURS.
BOZEMAN, M. T.
INSURANCE THAT INSURES.
INDEMNITY THAT INDEMNIFIES.
AN ANCHOR THAT HOLDS.
If you want insurance in companies ready to pay legimate losses without litiga
tion call on
~FT! . TOT - Gh-A-iaUIiTElja, AT THE COURT HOUSE.
Who Represents the - . . „
HARTFORD, Hartford, Conn.
CALIFORNIA, San Francisco, Cal..
CONNECTICUT, Hartford, Conn.
PENNSYLVNIA FIRE, Philadelphia, Pa.
INS. CO. of NORTH AMERICA, Philadelphia, Pa.
LION, London, Eng.
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. London, Eng.
GrarcLner & W^lie,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Representing the folllowing Reliable Time and Fire Tested Companies
Ftrkmah's Fund, Sen Francisco. Cal.
St. Paul Firs and Marine St. Paul. Minn.
Liverpool, London and Globe. London and Liverpool. Eng,
Home, New York.
North British and Mercantile London and Edinburg.
City of London, London, Eug.
Sooth British and National, . New Zazland.
Insurance in any of the above named companies, means SECURITY and pay
ment in case of loss.
Julius Basinski &. Bros.
BOZEMAN, M. T.
Beg to announce for this season that we are now well stocked
and ready to supply the trade with everything, appertain
ing to the
PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCOS,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS.
Which we offer to purchaser at special inducements.
OUR FANCY NOTION
Is complete in every particular. We also cany a fine line of
WATCHES. WATCHB8. WATCHES
WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCH 18
WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES.
IN GOLD * SILVER CASES.
IN GOLD A SILVER CASHS.
IN GOLD A SILVER CASHS.
fine diamond jewelry.
And an endless variety of Solid Gold Jewelry.
MANTEL AND WALL CLOCKS.
FIELD A OPERA
WALL AND BUILDING PAPER.
And such other goods too various to enurae»
For Books and Periodicals.
MASK A FURNISHING for Costumes.
DIARIES FOR 1883.
WHITE AND CHEVIOT SHIRTS.
Silk Handkercheife, Gloves, Ac. We carry an excellent esec ri roro l . Wb faWle
the attention and examination of the public to our stock and jzai YllSji naaa
of anything in our line.
JULIUS BASINSKI A IBM.
WE KEEP CONSTANT!. Y ON HAND A FULL* LINE "OF -
GROCERIES OF THE CHOICEST QUAIJTY. TOBACCO, ALL THE POPU
BOOTS A ShOES,
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS.
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
We beg to call your attention to the fizet that it toaar I
business, we therefore oflbr oar eqUro stock at «te l