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>L. v. NO. 47 BOZEMAN, M. T., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21 188 -7 —
U nt Odd Fellows' Hal" every Mon
Ingand sojourning brothers are oordl
vlled to attend.
.IF DODHON, FRKD. BITCHI.KR,
Rec.Hec. N.O.
U sing Hun E ncampment N o. 8.
k at Odd Fellows'Hall on second and
'I huroday evenings 1:1 each inonlli.
lug and sojourt.lng l'utrlurchH cnrdl
viicd to attend.
.IF IHUMON, O. A. IA'NDWAId.,
XANflKIt I.A18T,
ASSAY EH.
Mir of •"hemlstry in the Bo/.einan
il; di.no promptly and In n satlsfae
IIOZF.M AN, MONTANA.
■torneys -at-law.
! A LUCK,
MTOUN EYS-AT-LA W,—
fire—Mcmlenhall Cottage,
, u , t _ Montana.
THONG & HARTMAN,
|T< HtNEYH-AT-IjAW
Ainine's Block. Main SI.
Montana.
VlVION.
ATTORN EY- AT-LA W.
Office over Taylor's Store.
AM - - MONTANA,
.r act ice in ali courts of the Terri
tTAATH,
ATTOKN EY AT LAW,
-Over poat-ofllee, Donniui, Slontnuu
m.-tlee In all the Courts ol Montaiui
V.
. ( AMI'BELL,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
AN, - - - MONTANA, j
sliiess entrusted to mo will receive |
sicians & surgeons.
A. I). CI.AUK,
Physician and Surgeon.
IIve Kim-i ^uud Templar uvenu.-,
AFMPKIN
IKK AM. ClIUONIC I ItSRASKS.
rtduv ami Hat unlay «»r eneli week'.
|| AM I'.LISS
9ICIAN AN1IHUIMJICON,
IJTSOH & TU1.I..
\'\CA1. ENGINEERS ,
I X I X t i KXFKH1S.
'p'isH ut'lVu building. Entrance In
,'I'F.U ( OOPER.
KEAL ESTATE,
^■riy, Farms and Ranches.
foal aii<l other mines a specially.
p Block, up stairs,
j,,.j - - Bozeman, M. T. '
(P. O. Box, 080.)
ANKING HOUSES.
•MAN NATIONAL HANK.
u< ./.F.MAN, MONT.
. Lewis • Vlee-l'resldcui
i II. Cobb, - Cashier ;
nnsact huaineaaln all the department*
Masonic. Block. Main Htroet.
1 ol iJtremoni -Tnom«i« >.e\v In,W
hi, plinory oobb, W. U, Tracy, < . H.
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t?na College. I
XGL1S1I TRAINING SCHOOL. I
:i: "m ain a ftiXTii a v k ., 11 f.i,kn a |
U k - O i'k»w» T uk 8 day, 8 f.it . '1st, and . -
ntlnue throughout tho year. 1 .
Helical school for young men and wo
v I s I i I hk to acquire a t ^Yn"truetlo'i !
•«Y here"'*!*' Commercial, l'repamloiy j
ilisli, Htenograpliy and Ty|»e |
A, i'rayon and Architectural drawing- j
• M'.PIKU, I'KNMANKIIIHailtl KTCM»i J
i-iiine text-books and modes oltciul.tiiK
ed Were as In tlio celebrated llryunt A
long session from October to April.
' circular giving course of study, rales
", Ac. free. Address,
II. T. KNUKl,IK)HN,li» r
>r E: O. RAII.8BACK.1
mONAL BANK
GALLVTIN VALLEY NATIONAL
BANK OF BOZEMAN. |
l» CP CAPITAL. - - - $100,0(10.
■SON STORY, .. - President.
W1LLSON, - .. Vice-President,
1- MARTIN, - - - Cashier,
<K'H, „ .. Assistant-Cashier,
e transact a general banking busi
1 Buy Territorial, County ami Gov
»ent securities.
"y and h<*1I exchange on the ootnmer
centren of the Unitetl States ami
Collections receive prompt nt
boaro of directors.
LSOS; nX )RY. E. B MARTIN.
MARTIN, J .8. MENDENHAi.L
L. S. WILLSON.
W. J. FRANSHAM,
W holesale and R ktaii Dkai.ku In
IMPOLITIC I'> ANI» DOMESTIC
Wines, Brandies, Gins and Cigars.
Leading Brands of Kentucky Whiskies, j
Agent for B, J. SEMMES & en s
YENNISEE RYE MAI L WHISKY
Especially Recommended for Mcdiciunl I'mpt.ses.
j I'ltillip H chI , IJrcwinii Company's Milivniiki'i' Sclirt m«l
Export liter.
Pure Apple and Peach Brandies
Finest. Ouliliu'iiiii Sour and Sweet. IVinc*. Finest I.ii|uorfl
for Family Use at
LOWEST PRICES.
BOZEMAN, - MONTANA.
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CH RISMS, ■ !
What, is moaning of this great commotion nt tlio store of
3. II. TAYLO F£?
| Wl.y, SANTA I I..U ■' mlrunw «!:<•„, hn» nrrivi .l in II. im.l w |<l «!,« Inr^o j
HEADQUARTERS STORE,
Attractive Holiday Goods !
An will hi ion lie Keen at I In* Oil Slan<l
Santa Claus Headquart'rs
Here is a partial list of the leading
articled:
Kanev Toilet iIo-hIh in New Svyles.
Piling's > iirisiina Cards ami Novel
Fancy China »V; (ilassware, Vases, etc.
Rook* in atlructivn hindinus for old
,
The Nickle &Dime Counters j
Are riimiiiii; «»v< r w ith Little Things, Pretty Things, Cub Things, cheap
Thin-ps just the Things yon need to till up the chinks and make 1
your purchases for Christmas complete. Do not fail to
call at the ''Headquarters Store."
J. H. TAYLOR, - - Bozeman, Mont.!
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E. J. OWENHOUSE,
(Successor to Frank Ks-aler,)
Saddles, ® arn0SS ' <
Quirts, ' Oinchas,
Spurs, &c.
T1IF, FINEST WORK FOIiTHE 1 .EAST MONEY,
til vk Mk A Cali. Brkohk Pi'uciiarino Eiwewhkue.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES. WOOL. Ae. and OATS TAKEN IN TRADE.
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Pre»ident, THOMAS ELLIS, Vice Pres.; E M FERRIS See'jr^Twas | ^
WE AHE
Now Ready For Business!;
NEW GOODS, ii
LOW PRICES.
Bozeman Hardware Co
(SIM'CKSSOIIS TO KEBBEK, I'HUI'.IK WHITH (OMI'AXV)
We are now located at tho old staml, llarner Block. Our sio.k is the mufti
complete Wholesale 'and Retail in Eastern Montana. Alt who aiv
interested in low prices and ro<mI goods will Hml it to thetr 1
ailvintage to examine our stock and priii's before purebs^- . ]
iitjr elsewhere. Wo are here to stay and propitso
" to make it an object for people I •
of us, if qualitv of poods and .j
I»rices will do it.
A Word to the Wise is Sufficient..
Ili-ioeinlicr bur slock is Shelf and BuHiIerH'*IIardwnre 1 Iron, Steel, Hots.* anJi
\fiiltt Sli'M-s lbirse Nails, Toe Calks, Blacksmith ami Miuiitc; Tools and
Supplies, Drill Steel, Pick Steuk lb««', It.ibber : »i,.l Ualhuy
Bellin" Iron KoriHj Pumps, Wo«kI PuiupH for llwoso ami
stocl: use ; Ous Pi|»o, (ias PijK< Fitting
S.ili* Axilla fur ill' 1 Kum.ms Cl.art.-r Oak Sf.v™, S.i|»riorl'o..k Stows ISO,k'i
Itriiliui.l mid Ci'iiiKlock Castle Stoves ami Raiures. U.- will mak. ib.e
Hbmi bus!ness a specialty and will carry the lar-st ii.sertim>iiK
of Cimik and Heating Stoves in Montana.
I" Cream Freexers Refriirenitors, Water C^xilers, Wooil and Will-w-wai-o <
' wire Tinware' 'English and American Cutlery, House Furuishimr iio.-da,
* Peld's iV: t'ooley's Celeiirated Creameries, Chums and Da.ry
Supplies. Wa'-'on Covers, Tents. Wau'-m W.wid
vim i u..in f..r California (Bant Powder and Caps. H-w./.o*! KjvrrtSrt< '
... | . 1 1'i 11 Shop in connection with our business, lilted t.'Tov vno;.f wftf»
Iil-'li' 1 :i iniiiioved tools, ill ehsnp of a flint chiss Tinner and . »
. ..,1 ilreparwi to do all kinds of Job Tinu. i . <u s'mii rj.-i-.
' Aucut lor Fairbank's Platform and Couaier .-.d.-s.
Bozeman Hardware Comp'y
I Bozeman. - Montana.
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Library Lumps in Eleyant Fillings,
Pictures with and withou Fraines.
Photo and Autograph Albiimn
. Cabinet Flames and Easel Min us.
Sleds. Wajrons, Rocking Horses, &u.
STRIKE !
Strike at Timberline
HENDERSON BROS.
Have made a strike for the best l.ine
of Timber" for
Building Materia'
In Gallatin Conty, at the head • .
Bridger Canyon. They are prepared!"
lill all orders on SHORT NoTP I! AT
REASONABLE PRICES.
Those intemlini! to build will r.■ ;
money by having us iijiiu.- .,11 11,. i ■ !
hills.
I#tmhcr ilressetl or undressed.
HIiNDHKSON I5K0S.!
Leave orders at shop, one door south '
"f Gallatin Valley bank, or at Sander's & I
Maxwell's store.
WANTED!
IMMEDIATELY,
40 TEAMS
To Haul Ties.
—AT—
Mountain Side.
ENOCH HODSON.
CHAS. KREILING'S
Livery and Feed
STAHI/UK.
Opposite Northern Pacific Hotel '
Having Re-opoued the ji I kivc Stables j
I can always be found night or
day. Special attention will
he given to feeding and 1
caring for horses.
©ST GIVE ME A CALL. ;
CHAS. KKEILING.
A I FY DDOCCITT
MEAT MARKET!
FRESH & SALT MMAIS :
W 'll:rlrPJll" mill 1,'i'l.lil.
SIM'< WTRKKT. - llnZi:N!.\N.
MONTANA
University School
SEPTEMBER 7th, 1887,
It will Im ^ under the personal niaiingeineiit
ppof. J.B. patclj, A.W[.
whose 'educational work III Virginia and
twenty years I h Ht111 most luvorahly I'eii and
re«'OKiii/ed IhnaiKhoul ILeenllrolimitsoltlic
'| This Hohool will l»e made a noble and
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PEltMAHKNT PLANT,
In lloxciunn, and will ajlord .-iiptrlor ad van- j
grades of seliolarshlp lo youth In Molilalia. I
For special liilormallon 111 i«*sai«l lo icriiiN |
of udiulKsion, rales of scholarship anil tuition
und boartllui! ae«iiinmo«lalloiis the puhlle are
r «M |uesteil io send I'orHchool i'I iiii I hi- s . or iiji -
ply in pe*11 to the Presidi'iil, ^ ^ ^ j
—C3-0 TO
J. D. BOLIN,
Red Kla«,
EAST MAIN STREET,
j VmiI get prices oil all kinds of
FEED, .
HALED HAY,
11 UTTER,
EGGS,
CHICKENS
ANI> VKOKTAin.KS, j
[ lioods delivered I rue lo all part* of Utel'lty. j
I A share nl the Public palmnatsc N res|KMU
fullv sollcitiil.
INVENTION tlie^-olldduiina llm :
p n * re** Ss a' ViVe'l h od * 11 d sysieiu ol Work lli.il 1
ran be \K'rU1 r1 ( '.J,,J| r r
V'nv lli«'ll»l: an vone e*n do lhru.nl,-. i-illi.r
*.\. v<-ui)K or old; no K|ws-ial al.lliis ie <1
I .rij.itul Hoi jiivdeil: yanare slitri. il iv. y. < 11
porianw lo you, Uml wPil^ si^n >., u ,<■ i.n
I !' ran d ou ?il I* rm' ""vdilrif 'rrucUi o\
LA.ND OFFICE NOTICES
JjTOTIl'K KOli PUBLICATION.
Noticc l» hereWy glven^ IfLl the following
nmiitd settler has nTed notiflp of his Intention
lo muxc final proof In supbort or hla claim
anil that said prcnif will be ldade before HokIs -
ler ami lUntelver at Bozeman, M. T., on
1 Imrsday, Deo. 20lh, l«87»Tte:
JOSEPH HERON,
I > S 7I!», for the NWJj Hec 3D. Tp 3 R It 5 E
lie names the followlnft witnesses to prove
lion' l orw!d U ?»m| re vi*. 0n8e B1> ° n and cu " ,vn -
..'t".", WllUanis, George JtV Krattcer. Ed
■.. *' ' Horace T Kelly, all of Bales
vilie. *i:iIlatIn t>»unty, Moitlana.
1-- mus w .£&r'"T~' Reg,Mer -
^ 1 ' I'U'K FOR PuiElC^i^S;
I,and Officef$g^^j*°nt.J
V i l'' tbat the r °" OWIn K
• 11 jake fliial proof ln°8npport of h?g
"M hat said proof will be made before
" " ^receiver at Bozeman, M. T., on
swan lIANfij .V, !
: | ui1 HI W V, Hoc 8, Tp I, N R 2 E.
1I10 following witnesses to prove
!■; 1 i!!i'id rC vlr, e - nC0 UpOD ftnd ct, Ulvu
' of Hillsdale, Gallatin county,
Niciioias liUnd, Thomas Lane,
Three Forks, Gal latin Co.,
1 ication ^Nov* R ® g '■' ,t<5r •
^ ' l '"R i'tT BLXCA TlON.
' VNn ^^'e^IIOEeman, M.T.,)
N; ; " lieraby given %lM'tho following .
■'•Her has llicd notice of his intention
' m ." Cm S p p „SVIii S p Ke or tt£*!i , i
«isi, i aii(l Uecelver at Bozeman, M T 011 Hat*
unlay, Jan. stint, 188H, vi&
FRANCIS M. TITUS.
Lo »' 1 i
He names the following witnesses to prove J
■»*«"■*- ;
'Ttf Aue.iSM.ISKS I
A
fy "TICK FOR PUBLICATION.
I .and Office at Bo/.eraan,^Montana, j
'"'"'r-'liynlyen that the following
!. i.nllJ « k " r . ,a * "'r. 1 n " Uoe of his Intention
I . ,1.. , ."i 1 ,,ro 9 f 'H, » u PP° rl of his claim,
and that said proof will be made liefore Keg
,,n
GEORGE PKRCTVAL,
Tp?V'" o.?Ift, E. N °" 891 ' f0r th ® NEJ4, PeC '
fie names the following witnesses lo prove
tion t or« "»|"ttnd l * ,, | de,,Ce UP ° n ' UDd cu ' l,v °
• •<Vrory 4 \V|snrH™" moa & '.M
«* ko . W. Mohror , Register.
1'irst publii'allon lice. lith. 1SS7.
^HTH K FOR PU BLIC ATION.
I .mull Ullce ut liozcman, Montana.
Dee. l th, ISK7.
Not lee is hereby t-'lvon that the following
iiameil seitlei- has Hied notice of his Inten
i Ion lo II like Mini proof in support ot Ms
claim, ami thai sul<l piool will be made In-fore
Register and Receiver at Bozeman, M.T.. on
1 liursday,.Ian. liilh, IKKS, vlt:
HAN FORI) F. DURHAM,
II. E. No, lis, for the 8EJ- 4 'ofNWJi,KW"i NE
!-i. ol svv -i, Hoc. S»I, Tp. .1, N., R. a E.
He names tin following witnesses to prove
bis continuous t^hleneo upon, and cultiva
■ y \ M VW C \. Gallon, William
i;ar.:Sifis , iSMTT- ^ Mnum *■
rub. ii«, imif 1^: Mo, " iol! '
^•OTICE TO CREDITORS.
.. ,. ' ;s Jato of James Kent, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned
executrix ol the last will of Jumes Kent, de
jc im-iI, to the creditors of, and all persons
exhibit them"wffh The n 9 decea8ed . to
w.IhiJ> fourmonth's,after"^i^?pabllaftUo!)
strong «V llurtm'uii, at Bozeman? M. T., "the
NUiie being the place for the traiimotlon of
ousinessol said ostate In the WUQ ty of Oal
Kxecutrlx or James Kent, Deceased.
:
^Notice is hereby given iliat In pursuance of
in older or the Dlstrh t Court of the Sd Judl
1 In, territory ol Montiuia, ^made on the^lst
M-tiiement of the' late linn of Htrasburger &
Sperling, late of Bozeman, Montana, the
iiinler-igned the receiver of said partnership,
will sell nt prlipite stile to the hlgnest bidder.
i.H 11-I1, and subject to contlrmatlon by said
l". i. 1 <-• Court, on Monday,^the autl^dayof
., ,-i,.,"i'. hi '>n of said day, at the oltfee of Win.
\ in.. ~.in said city of Bozeman, M.T. All
.1 I lu'iiig In the said city or Bozeman,
1 • unity, Montana, and described as
1.1.1- . -even (7)and eight (8) ol Block "B"
First Addition to the town of
1von (7) and nineteen (19) feet off"
ol Lot No. eight (8;. btlng forty
iit on Mai 11 street, Bozeman, M.
11 teen (l'O and sixteen (1(1,) all lu
I Hie original plat of the town of
.. | lii^HoalVs addition to the town of
1 own of HoMiiiRn, M. T., an^ijot
in. it appurtenances thereunto belong
lh- i.i any wise appertaining.
S i; , property will bo soldaBa whole or In
pui.. i>, as shall seem mist advantageous to
-aid partnerselp. Terms and conditions of
sale, cash, M per cent of purchase money to 1
lie |iaid or deposited on (lay^of nle, balance
Court. Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated this Ulh day of December, 1887.
WM. A. IMES,
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1JOZEMAJ*
PLANING MILL
O. I'. JONES, PROP.
|>ca!crs 111 all kinds of Lumber, and
Manufacturer* and Dealers in
ali ports of
11 ()I SK FURNISHING
.MATERIALS.
variety of Moulding and Sa»di and
1 Windows and Doom, nianufac
1 1 order In a first-class niauner.
Any style of TURNING done to order.
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Home Evidence
No other preparation has won success at
home equal to Hood's Sarsaparllla. In
Lowell, Mass., where It U made, it is now,
as It has been for yean, the leading medicine
for purifying the blood, and toning and
strengthening tbe system. This " good name
at homo" is "a tower or strength abroad."
It would require a volume
People to print all Lowell people
- have said in favor of Hood's
O" Sarsaparllla. Mr. Albert
Lawn I I Estes, living at 28 East Pine
Street, Lowell, lor 15 years
employed as boss carpenter by J. W. Bennett,
president ot tho Erie Telephono Company,
had a large running sore como on his leg,
which troubled him a year, when he began to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The sore 300n grew
less In size, and In a short time disappeared.
Jos. Dunphy,214 Cen
tral Street, Lowell, had Praise
swellings and lumps u . ,
on his face and neck, M O O CI 8
™fco"X"iy a c3: Sarsaparllla
Mrs. C. W. Marriott, wife of tlio First As
sistant Firo Engineer ot Lowell, says that
disorder and sick headache, which nothing
relieved. Tho attacks came 011 every fort
night, when she was obliged to take her bed,
and was unable to endure any noise. Sho
took Hood's Sarsaparilla, and after a time
the attacks ceased entirely.
Many more might bo given had wo room.
On the recommendation of peoplo of Lowell,
Hood's Sarsaparilla
8oUbyalldru B KUH. Jl; si if or 85. Prepared only
100 Doses One Dollar
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HITKP WMNIiKltS exist In tlions
"y , j [, 'j'I/'rv |* M 1 Y r, ' 1 Kl "l , aK*ed
who a» in need of profitable employ
Hhould at once send their \»ddrcss K to llallett.
A Co., Portland, Maine, and receive free, full
Information how either sex, or all ages, can
earn from $5 lo ft£» per day and upwards
wherever they live. You are started free.
Capital not required. Home have made over
t*) in a single day nt this work. All succeed.
NEW YORK STATE
APPLES!
JUsr R1CCKIVEI),
One Car Load
OF NKW YORK STATK
WINTKR AITI.KS,
Best in the Market
In Boxes and Barrels.
No combination, no co-operation,—to
keep up the price and work off inferior
fruit.
Call and pet apples for winter use.
Jake Webster.
MILK, CREAM
BUTTER
I am now prepared to furnish to the
Boxcman public
MILK. CREAM AND BUTTER
IN ANY QUANTITY.
* Orders ran lie left, at
PENDLETON'S KHU1T STORK,
ai.d will be promptly and satisfaf torilly
filled every morning. My butter is
Wilt-edge and 1 guarantee to give
the best of satisfaction to all
who may bcBt"\v their
V. E. CLINE.
TH E MONT A X A I' XIV ERSITY I '
School.—Having leased tho entire | 0 ,
Rountree property lr<->iiiii« on lSozeinau
and Mendonhall Ktivets, tlie l-'niverwitv A
School will hereafter be confined to this
block and these lutildings in all it»aj»- ]
]H>intment8. This arrangement will add
to tho facility, economy anil safety of
the pupils, and will he wholly placed at
the command and disposal of the school.
The president's office will also lie in the
Rountree block 011 the west side of Boxe
man street. No pains will he spared to
render this school a coinplele and per
Tne president's tlmnks are heartily ten
dered the citizens of Bozeman city and
tiallatin county, who, without respect to
party or creed have so unitedly and cor
dially endorsed his undertakinc, and 1
sent in the noble youth that now grace 1
his recitation rooms with their prcsenco. 1
Patrons and pupils at a distance are in
formed that everything is now prepared
to receive them lo comfortable and
choice appointments in the Rountree
block, and nothing will lie spared by
the president and steward to render this
college home a delightful and secure
place of intellectual resort to all the
youii!.' gentlemen and ladies who shall
attend upon • his school.
Further information can be obtained
by addressing the president,
PnoK. J. B. Patch , Bozeman, M.T.
J^"0TICE.—To ALL WHOM IT MAY OON
There will be an election held at each
of the wards in the city of Bozeman, on
the 27th day of December, 1887, to sub
mit to the ipialilicd voters of the city of
Bozeman the proposition of bonding the
city in the sum of $2o,000, polling places
to lie as follows: 1st ward—city hall;
2nd wunl—T. Power & Co.'s; !ld ward.
—Benepe's; 4th ward—Speitli & Krug's.
By order of tho city council.
I» O. ('ampbkli ., City Clerk.
P.ozeman, Dec. 1st, 1887.
NOTICE.— In pursuance of an order
of the Probate Court in the matter
of the Estate of John M. Sweeney, tlec'il
late of tho linn of T. <'. Power »& Co.,
all persons indebted to said firm are re
quested to make immediate pnymcnt oil
or lielbre the 17th day of December,"1887.
After that dale the tsHiks will lie in tha
I hands of un Attorney and forced i-ollec
J. W. BKHSKKBH,
Executors.

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V? I ( .111 \ r« ad this mid t hen act; tlwy
uiviiii » will find honorable emptoy
homes and I nillles. The profits are Imukc
and sura for every Industrious |H|rson, inawy
hundred dollars a month. It is easy forsny
one to make ••> and upwards |H-r day. vvfcM<U«
willing to work. Klther sex, young oral*;:
capital not needed; we start you. KveryrtOme
new. No speeial ability riN|Ulr«d; yum.
reade«, eau do It an well as any one. Write u*
usatoueti for full puriieuUtrs, wlil'-h we iinuli .1
free. Address Mtlnsou A Co, Portland, Me
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Indemnity Grants
Washington , !>«•<-. 11—Insti*ad of
deciding the inse himself. Secretary La
mar has aent the Northern Pacific land
question to the attorney general for a
construction of the joint resolution of
May 30,1887. In the letter transmitted
the case to the attorney general the sec
retary proponds '.lie following question:
Does the joint resolution above refer
red to authorize a second indemnity of
lands provided by the charter of 1884 V
Second, if you decide the above question
in the affirmative, will you answer this:
Can lands in the first belt be taken for
losses the state or territory in which I
the indemnitv lands lie?
The matter has been referred toSolici- j
tor General Jenks, whose view on this I
matter have been expressed while as- I
sislant secretary of the interior. This i
dis|>osition is very satisfactory to the
officials of the road as it is believed the
decision will lie in favor of the validity
of the second indemnity withdrawi.
Gen. McNanght, general counsel of the
Northern Pacific, has had a conference
with tne solicitor general iu regard to
both questions involved. However the
questions may be decided both the sec
retary of the interior and his law ad
visors express the opinion that pur
chasers in the second indemnitv belt can
find relief under the law of 1887 the same
as if these lands w«re in the first in
demnity withdrawal.
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What a truly beautiful world we live
in ! Nature givesgrandeurof mountains,
glens and oceans, and thousands of
means of cnloymcnt. We can derire no
better when in perfect health; but how
often do the majority of people feel like
giving it up disheartened, discouraged
and worn out with disease when there
is no occasion fou this feeling, as every
sufferer can easily ohtatin satisfactory
proof, that Green's August Flower, will
make them free from disease, as when
born. Dispepsia and Liver Complaint
are the direct cause of seventy-five per
cent, of such maladies as Bilionsnecs, In
digestion, Sick Headache, Costivencss,
Nervous Prostration. Dizziness of the
Head, Palpitation of the Heart, and
other distressing symptoms. Three
doses of August Flower will prove its
wonderful eflect. Sample bottles 10
cents. Try it.
A Woman's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has
been made and thut too by a lady in this
county. Disease fattened its dutches
upon her and lor seven years she with
stood i's severest test*, hut her vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly and could not
sleep. Sho bought of us a liottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery foi Consumption
and was so much relieved on taking first
dose that she slept all night ami with
one bottle has been miraculously cured.
Iler name is Mrs. Luther Lutx." Thus
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The Vsrdiot Unnniinous.
W. D. Suit, druggist. Bippus, Ind.,
testifies: *T can recommend Electric
Bitters as the very best remedy. Every
bottle sold has given relief in every case.
One man took six liottles, and was cured
of reheumatism of 10 years' standing."
Abraham Hore, diuggist, Bollville, Ohio,
affirms: "The liest selling medicine I
have ever handled in ^0 years' experi
ence, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of
others have added their testimony, so
that the verdict is unanimous that Elec
trie Bitters do cure all diseases of the
Liver, Kidneys, or Blood. Only u half
dollar a bottle at W. M. AI ward's drug
Hucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, I
Fewer Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands;
Chilblains Coras, und all Skin Eruption,
and positively cures Piles, or any requir
ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect
s.itiafaclion, or money refunded, Price
25 cents per box. For Sale bv W. M,
Alward.
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HOW TO COOK AND CUIUS A COOK.
It was only the other
I A V day, again, when a cook
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ablaze, and stove and all are blown in air to
serve this stupid craze. With clothes on fire l '
and tortured limbe a cook is cooked in- fl
deed, bnt a certain cure in such a case is v
the real friend in need. For burns aud <1
scalds and blisters too, it cures them to ^
perfection, but be sure to uae it every time I
in accordance with direction. Yes, f
strictly in accordance with directions. .
Scores of people daily brought in con
tact with heat, steam, boiling water and
combustibles are hourly injured by some ■
mishap in the nature of a burn or scald, j
and tho usan ds have been cured of such j
by the beat known remedy for the cure of
pain. The principle of how it works ex
plains Itself. It acts as a counter-irritant
on the surface injured, gently drawing out
the heat caused by the burn, while it
soothes the pain, helping nature in the
healing process, and a cure follows. It is
a specific for pains of this kind and should
be kept handy where fire and steam are.
But SS a precaution to its use where
aeriao* horns or scalds occur, and that
suffering say not be intensified through
tgnoraM% nh sarafully directions for its
aae Mosam»fln« every bottle. Thtu
nnds vkt\lsUfr to being cured of burns
aad itfEBwi so guided, and praise
witheot sUst its virtues by which they
haea but eared. "Gilbertville, Black
hawk eoaaty, la., Feb. 11,1887 — Dear Sir:
I have used your St. Jacobs Oil for bums
aad bruises, and I can say it does its work
as xeoommended to da I always keep it
in the house and recommend it to my
neighbors. Yours truly, W. H. Schroeder."
"Fairmount, Neb., Feb. 7,1887.—We find
St. Jacobs Oil as good for burns or scalds
as for bltee." "Wexford, Allegheny county,
Pa, Feb. 7, 1887.—Have been using 86.
1 Jacobs Oil for many years for burns and
,1 find it a good house doctor." Very truly
yen's, A. Maskey.
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r The Words Spoken by the Crow Chief
at (he Keren! Council a! Hie
| Crow Agency.
J, In hist * sp.-eehattlu sociml council j
held at the Crow Agency after tin* fight I
of November 5, Pleanty Couse. a ehi-f j
I will n d tell you a li • and shall keep j
r nothing hick What 1 s.iv. I want I
voti to take t» the G-ea Fit her at I
Washington. I wan q iite a way oil. Ij
did not gel there before the trouble. The
man who made Mi- trouble (referring to j
Swor.l Bearer) is now dead;buried here. I
] I want to commence new fnm now and j
j he a good people. I do not want to be j
hungry. I want to live well. I wai.t
no more blood on my hands. My people
j are hungry, too. I wan*, you to get them
more rations. I want you to tell them
at Washington that all that has occttred
1 forget. I want now »o talk of other
people. I do not like tho agent. He is
an old man. He talks too mucii He is
crazy. He has had his hands bloody
here. I would like to have him moved
and some man sent in Ins place. I once
thought Mr. Blake was a good man. He
struck one of mv men in the face, and
don't talk straight. He is crabbed and
cross at times. Mr. Steel is not a good
man. lie, too, struck tneofthe Indians
in face, lie works for the agent. I
want the interpreter: Stewart, to go with
his chief. The man right here (pointing
to a Mr. Cummings, one of the Indian
farmers. I would like for our agent.
We want Mr. Barstow. He has been
here many years. He treats the Indian
good, and is always kind to them. (Bar
stow is chief clerk at the agency.) He
never struck an in.dian. He speaks
good to them and is kind to them. I
want n new man, George Washington, to
issue Hour to my people. All over the
reservation there are cattle belonging to
white men on ('larks Fork over to Pryor
creek; they break into my gardens, tear
down my fences, go over my fields
Quick ss the grass culm's up again I want
all these cattle sent awav, except those
belonging to Mr. Campbell, which can
remain on Tallack's Fork. The Great ,
I'alhet chief at Washington, has got a
big lot of money—belonging to us. I
want some spring wagons with tops,
covers to litem. We want some harness \
that won't break and come all to pieces |
when one pulls a load up a hill. We (
don't want the white man to out hay on j
the Indian lands. Give us some hav
cutting machines. Then we will cut the (
hay and sell it to the government sol
diers, instead of white men doing il all. (
Hunt up some good harness ami send us. |
White men have them. We want tho
agency storekeeper to sell us goods just
the same as white men buy tliHU—not '
charge to piices. He charges too much,
I^t. us cut the wood ami get the pay for '
it. Give me the full price. It want two
grist mills, put them any where on the
flour. One thing that the (Vows have '
not got—a buggy plow, such as white '
men have. Buy them out of the cattle 1
money. I have got heaps of land; big
go where they get good hay, goon vtoovi,
near good g'or.ml. When we ciossthe
Big Horn we want a pass to go free. Be
fore so many white people were around
here the Sioux, Piegans and Chevenes 1
were at war » ith us. You have stop|>ed <
Pioneer-Press.
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Maj. Daniel N.' Bash, paymaster in the
United States army, is iu Washington on
military orders Maj. Bat-li, it will Le
remembered was tbe paymaster who was
robbed last summer near Douglas, Wy.
T., of $7,:HM) in government funds while
en route to pay the troops of Fort Me
Kinney, Wy. T. The robliery was made
the subject ofan official court of inquiry
at Fcrt Robinson, and pending the set
tlement of the amount due to the govern j
ment Maj. Bash was ordered to Wash- j
ington to await further orders. The rob
her, one Charles Parker, was captured
during the summer and is now serving a
term in the Wyoming penitentiary. A I
peculiar feature of the case was that
Parker himself was waylaid and robbed
of the money which he himself had
stolen by two frontier desperadoes, who
represented themselves as United States
marshals. So that, although the origin
al criminal was secured, none of the
funds were recovered. Maj. Bash has
applied to congress for relief, bills
having been introduced in Isitli the sen
ate and house to that end.
t'na bill
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The papers aecoaipanyiug t'na bill
seem to completely exonerate Maj Itwh 1
fr .111 anv charge of careless ness in hand J
ling any of the public funds intrusted to *
his care. It is made manifest, from a let- 1
ter from Chiel Pajn.ahler Teirell of the »
department of the Platte, that before 1
leaving Cheyenne, on his trip north to !l
Fort McK:um-y. Bash made preHMcnt I
efiorts to procure a safe iu which to earn : »
the public funds. Failing lo secure one (
from the United States government, he '
applied to the local express company and
was eqially unsuccessful. If he had
obtained the saf- whico is usually giv«n j
to jiayuiasters for the protection ot Mo ir
funds on long trips, instead of thai
which be was obliged lo take,there ism.
question that the money would have
gone safely through to its destination.
In addition to this, the esivrt furnished
for the protecti*n 01 the monev was
greatly Inadequate 10 tbe dangerous
character of tho trip. The tiddi ional
fact that the funds were bnlkv, . us<>•
ing largely of small billsaud silver, mad •
it impossible for Maj. Bash to conceal 1
them upon his pciaous. (Vinmunie.tli >n
from Gen. Crook, command of the de- |
partment of the Platte, and Maj. Gen !
Alfred Terry, e nii'iian lerof the divi i .n ,
of the MisS'iui. heartly indors." M ij !
. Terrell'.- letter, and placed the res|H»u- I
sibility where it pr>>p-trly l»e| mus. up m j
1 providing suitable prelection for ope of \
1 its official charged with tip' con«tod» of |
public funds while traveling through
! the tur.st dangerous and lawless section
r of the northwestern frontier. It is Ih -
- lieved that Maj. Bash will have no di:
: ficulty in securing tbe need *d relief.
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Geo..Ralston, a switehiuan employed
in the Northern Pacific Helena yards,
was run over by coal cars he was coupl
ing near the depot having slipped and
failed under the train as it wa< moving
He was taken to the hospital and l.a i
I his leg amputated, but was uuable to
' survive the operation.
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things territorial.
' At Billinus the eitv .h-liii-pii-iit tax list
j occupies five columns in tho < Sax die.
j The Wi lib g'taids \vi re mustered into
i regular military service Tuesday evening
1 Col Sullivan officiating.
The supply of cord wood at Fort I! •»
I ton h I tetter than it has been P>t years
j and Prices are more renminbi.-, t
both hard and soft, is in go< d supply
I and theie need be no fear of a sear.itv of
I fuel.
! Charles E, Elliott died nt < ireat Falls
| last week. He was born in Pcnnsvl
! yania and was three yvars conductor on
j the Northern Pacific and subsequently
on the Manitoba line.
(ireat Falls urges the establUhment of
a U. S. Signal Service station nt Great
Falls.
Lcwiston is soon toorwiuiz -a Mtsonic
lodge. Twenty gentlemen attended the
preliminary meeting.
Wolves and cayotes nr.- niimeroiis and
troublesome on the sheep ranges, doing
great damage to fiinrks.
The territorial press is tilled with . s
pressions of sympathy for the lude;- n
We have received Vol. I. X >. I ..f 11. •
Enterprise, published at Sheridan. John
son county, Wyo. It is „ biighf. .
anil newsy paiier.
Copper has raised very largely in
the price in the past mouth, and lie
probabilities are in favor of its gi.ing r.ll
higher. The news from the tf-ei 1 h.ili
cate that the mines is practically out of
the market for the next two or three
years.
At Deer Lodge, Judge Gal brat h sus
tained the demurrer of the defendant
in the civil suit of the United States
against the Montana Improvement com
pany, so farai the suit is for the timber
cut on unsurreyed lands.
E. D. Comings, the Rocky Fork con
tractor, reports that the grade is com
pleted fioin tlie Northern Pacific 1 . the
river ami that that the lialam fhi*
contract will b.» <• mi;>ictc 1 by the first
January.
Austin C'orhin, the New York banker
made numerous put chasers at dilleient
points, of'game animals which had been
caj hired alive by local hunter., and part
ly tamed, lie engaged E. .J. Iw-i.ey, of
Cinnabar, to gather them up ami super
intend the transportation of them to
New York City. That geutlemau depart
ed from Livingston W>iluc.-»il.iy with a
part of his collection, among win h were
deer, antelope, elk. mountain s'le.-p and
bufTalo.
The fast trains have paid beyond ex
pectation, and are always cr iwdeU
through Dakota and Minucs da. The
express business, too, is expedited
by the division ofheivy and bulky pack
ages transported on the local train. < oui
plete satisfaction at all principal points
on the line is giving by the rail to id ser
stamls.
It has bje:i deci.l d that th- Pocky
west end of the side track.
The Butte Miner is authority P r say
ing than there are immense beds of gyp
sum on the Crow reservation, hundreds
of feet in thickness ami extending froiu
the Pryor Mountains to the Yellowstone
range, comprising all the varieties of
alabaster, satin spar, selenito, etc.
Delegate Toole has secured two extra
clerks for tho Helena postotlice.
Judge Galbraith dismissed tin Unit
e<l States grand jury and drew a n *w
one la-*t week at Djer L «dgo.
There are at present 1,00*2,141 sheep in
tho territory, which are valued at
148,561, the increase over last year being
8o,843, worth f HI5.823.
J. H. Ming, who has been sick for
some time, is slowly improving.
| J, II. McLaughlin, who lookout the
I first passenger train from Helena o. t-r
the Montana Central, railwav, i- the
champion collar ami elbow wie-i. r of
> the world, lie stands six feet iu height,
■ j weighs 250 pounds, and though 11 y« ars
I of age he does not look to he ovei 'lo.
I j Mr. Mclaiughlin has never tak- u a 1 ii >v
' of tobacco nor tasted a drop of int.- .i- e.
1 | ing liquors in his life.
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finished the construction that i' . a'in
view is evidenced by the new map w h:«• i 1
it has issued, upon which are iracd
several proposed extensions not shown
in the older prints.
Th 'grand jury at Deer Lodge has found
indictments against Thomas F. (>akcs, J.
M. Bncklev, E. L. Bonner, It. B. Ham
mond and T.J. Hathaway for unlawfully
taking limber from the public lands of
the United States aud shipping ilic.-ainc
out of H11 territory. These Indictments
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I lie i-omuiitte oil plivih 'JI s ami * '» I lions
iu the West Yirciein • soe. w :i- | res. nt. d
by Hoar, who .-aid it was unanimous.
The report declares that ( I.as. 1 i. Faulk
uer has been duly elected senator from
the state of West Virginia for the erin
of six years, commencing the 4th of
March, 1887, and is entitled to a seat in
the senate as such senator. The resoln"
lions were agreed to viva voce and the
oath or office was thereu|»on administer
ed to Famlker. Hoar then moved that
Faulker be assigned to tho committee on
claims District of Columbia, mines and
mining, anil pensions. Agreed to,
| Tl.e most remarkable cures of sendnia
on lecord have lv-eii accoinpliahe.1 by
; Hood's Sarsaparilla. Try it. Sold by
I all druggists.
iiow r< u<l>,au'l o - ..l i-un.
llpEiv -, , ;
|.re#ervulIon anJn-M»rttl 1011.-rii. ti -
atnouolofluleresupiainlunni-injt li - ■ "
tiiK, the calrn.I.ir, astr.ti»..ii.i. al .
littna.ohrunoloclctil in nis, Ar , uri-1 •-1 1 •
with grtal care, ami will U- I..1111 •! .-i-oolv
uocumle. Tbe uaue or ll.11.lrtl.-1 - .Min i
for 18# Will urobably be tlir Inrgi-.-l .11 ■ n
..f • luiOirni work f»«-r iniliholi.-l e •">
country. The proprietorsM.-s»ri». Il.i I'li.r
.* Co., Flttaburgh, I'a., on r.i« i|it »• a i«-t
1 cent atamp. Will forwaril u copy liy stisul i t

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