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Pcath of Won. I. Irvine.
from At Nem Ntrt%mml CWmil Wm. L. Irvine was bom in Jfndieon coenty Kentucky, Dee. 4, 18». He bed the edventage of e liberal eom •m eebool education. On reaching hie wtfortty he engaged in burning and «Éock trailing. In 183« he wee married to Him Fannie 1. Hurt, by. whom he had ive children, all at preaent living in Deer bodge coenty. In 1837 be joined the CÜmätian march to which he remained frfthfel and dovated to the end. In MM he aoia hie fluro in Kentucky and remov ed to Jfiraoarl, where he erttled fifteen aiileeaoatli of St Joseph. Here biein tellectnal endowments and high person al character brought him inio promi nence, and he took a leading pert m the politfaw |and material enterprise of the atate, 'being one of the leading spirit* in ninny of the internal improvement* of Northwest Missouri. Luting his first wife he married |tr 1H80 her sister, Mis. Lydia K. Wiiliauis, who survives him. Although opposing seeession his sympa n strongly with the south, and lie,fine estate he had accnmula iof the bestand most valuable infant section, was confiscated or swept away In the fierce ravagea of the border. In 186 he removed to Deer Lodge val ley and remained until his death. Since 1886 our paofne have well known Colo nel Irvine, and those who knew him . best respected and esteemed him most. Highly intelligent, w ith a large experi- ence in public »»flairs; self reliant and atndying earncatlv all ouest ions of public import, he waa one of tne few who arriv- ed intelligently at well eonaidered eun- i-l osions and whether popular or not avowed them. His opinions were con- victions and they were resontcly adher- ed to. His clianietor as a eliristian gen- tleman absolutely above reproach and aomiuanded the respect of all.. He was a type and exemplar of the old school gen- tleman, hospitable, proud of his family. - that grew up In honor ab sit him, and in his later ycaiwrenewed his life and love in intimate relations with them and their children,.,. Sut g few weekgago be gathered fup to his table to celebrate hi* aeventieth birthday anniversary. Never physically strong, never as it may be aaid knowing what perfect health waa he has been failing rapidly the past two yean, and having reached three score sod ten felt that tneend was near. lie raemed to know tbat.tliis was his lsst ill ness; made disposition of his property; bade good bye to friends and kindred, and passed to the portals of the Beyond as peaceAilly and calmly as a babe sleeps within its mother's arms. Peace to his ashes. Good-bye, old friend, goad hye. A Remarkable Operation. "I hrfre the pleasure, gentlemen,'' said Dr. William If. Pancoast, at a clinic in theHiiliadelphixHospital, " of intruduc iag to you a young man who figured in one of the must wonderful feats of modern surgerv." The person referred to was G. W, Lytle, a good-looking and weU-dremed man of twenty-four, resid ing at Conecllsville, and hia only pecu liarity was a deep scar on the left check. Jie was warmly applauded by the students. Dr. Pancoast then gave the class an account of the operation, of there has been but three denbnned, one each in London, Paris and Philadelphia, the great surgirai centres of mis lern times, and which consisted in cutting apart two children who were congenital . ly attached. The operation was perform ed twenty-jour yeans ago by the elder Dr. _ Pancoast, when the young man at the clinic was an infant of seven months.— The child was born with a hideous ap pendage growing from the left cheek, and which was nothing else than an imper fectly developed infant, with bands Ret and trunk, but no head. The operation was performed at a clinic in Jefferson College, and was witnessed by all the physicians of the city, among them lie ins the elder and younger Gross, and others, who have since become equally famous. It was considered bold surgery at that time, but Dr. Pancoast was confi dent of its propriety and accordingly performed it, with what success was shown by the presence of the patient himself a quarter of a century lajer: An interesting feature of the operation is its having been performed with the ecraseur. then a new instrument, and the first, of the k>nd ever used in America, and brought from Europe by the elder Pan coast It is still in the possession of Dr. Pancoast. Upon dissection the monstros ity was found provided with a heart and gastiro-alimentary tract, as well as the organs already referred to. The case attracted considerable attention abroad, and at the request of the eminent English surgeon, Sir James Paget, a east of the •letached mass ail 1 a photograph ef the child before the operation were furnished to the museum of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. Dr. Pancoast exhibit ed a copy of the dageurreotype; sent to Sir James Paget, and said he would have a photograph or the young man taken af ter the interval which has now elapsed, and which testifies to- the wisdom and success of the operation. Dr. Pancoast is positive in his belief that all double children, such as the Siamese twins, should be severed by the surgeon's knife. This knowledge was determined by the field upon the once famous : twins, Chang and Eng, after they had been brought north by Dr Pancoast and placed in tile museum of a medical institution in Philadelphia. The Vanderbilts. X. Y. Utter in CharkMon Ainr*. William H. Vanderbilt, the liehest pm« in the world, may be aeen driving hia mare, Maud 8., which rumor says he is spoiling by injudicious handling, al most any fine afternoon on Fifth avenue. Look for a huge, heavy man, with dark eyes, swarthy skin and black side whiskers. an intently earnest but not over-intelligent face. If the weather is euld, the owner of untold millions will be wrapped up in a dose-fitting coat of sealskin, and have over his knee another robe of the same ihr. The superb horse or horeea that he happens to be driving do not seem to be going very fast as they dance along, but it will be noticed that he foes fester than other people, and the group of sightseers who stop for a moment to gase at the well-known figure, wrappedup in sealskins, as he flits by, get but a brief glimpse of him. Per I that a man witii auch maguiii oant opnartunitiea for making more money does not devote hia day» and to it mat rad of trifiitw away hia time driving feet horeea. Jay Gould never drives fast horeea or indulge» in any kind of sport except money-making From 2 :30 to tin every afternoon Vanderbilt drives hia hones. Then hi* horn* got to their stall* of mahogany, trimmed with silver, and Vandertnlt-goe* to hi* palace. He ' not this year since Wallack'* was opem January. When the Baron James de Rothchild died in 1888 near Paris, hi* wealth was estimated at 700,000,000 franœ, and he was accounted tne richest man in the world at that time. At the present the distinction of being the richest man in the world certainly belongs to William H. Vanderbilt. With the 870,000,000 which his father left him he made twice ♦hat, gum, and. moreover, put hi* railroad property in a shape that it produces an income of at least 8 per cent. At present he has an income of $10,000,000 a year, or $20 a second. Thirty years ago he did not know where to tarn for $5,000. Van derbilt hra eight children and eleven gran dchil dren. His four daughters are married to New Yorkers, and two have been presented with smalUpalaces cost ing $800.000 a piece, while he »building houses for the other two at the corner of Fifth avenue and Fifty-fourth street, ad joining 8L Thomas' Church. The ground for the two buildings cost $400,000 last Bpring, and I suppose the houses will cost double that. His two eldest sons, Cornelius Vander bilt, Jr., who seems destined to occupy toward his father the same relation that William H. held to the Commodore, and william K. Vanderbilt, the second son, are already millionaires in their own right 'and are now finishing palaces which even eclipse the new house which Vanderbilt, moved into last year. Corne lius Vanderbilt is the financier among the sons, while William K. is the «esthetic member of the family, having employed Richard M. Hunt to build his whitestone chateau at the comer'of Fifty-second street and Fifty avenue, and having paid $$65,000 for the carving alone on the in •ide of hia house. Some of the tapestries fair hia house are nom on exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum. THE CHURCHES. TJ« Hj morning i «venins at ■ :■» 4 flKV. I.h:\vis. I'll.tor, M E. rilfiu.n.-l'iwuins every Sals a bath al II n. m. and s p. nu Sunday School at teti a. in. !.. M. .loues, Superin tendent. T. 11. GRAY, Pastor. TJRKHBYTKKIAX CHURCH. - Servier« MT will be held ev ery Sabbvth morn In* at 110'cirak, a. ill. and al O'clock . p. m. ^ <-. !.. Ufl llARIIS, Pastor. SOCIETY CARDS. A p. A A. 21. — < «allai in JamIjt«*, So. 0. A, meetsevery swtind and Fourth Sat urday in each month, at # o'clock, at Maxonle Hall. Hojoumlna tircthcm imiiyI tally Invited to attend. L, t'LAKK, W. M. K. SPKHLI.NO, Her. A P. A A. M. — Bozeman IamI«», No. M, jflLe meet* every Pint and 'lliird Saturday In each month, at # o olock, In MuNonlc Hall, Sojourn Inc href hern cordially invited to at tend. GKO. It. XI« IH>I«S, W. M. MATT. M. BLAI'K,See, T Ö. O. F.— Weilen» star I.oilge, No. meets *» Hall, every Monday hrethem an» eordtally evening. Sojourning Invited toalfend. K NIGHT!* <>F PYTHIAS. — l-ytluigore Ixxlge No. *.*, me«!« every Tnekday at 7:»i o'clock at Castle ilml. C. (>-lt. r. VIVIAN, K. of R. & S.. GKO. \V. HA VIS BUSINESS CARDS. T'V C.CAMPlir.I.L, " ATTORNEY \t law, BOZEMAN, - - - MONTANA. All business eiiim«te<l to me will receive proinfft attention. tail it. M. wiimiFiarr, nrruvxi HR. Mo.NKOirs H1SPÄNSAUV. Hcrtldcnoci—XoHliern 1'ocir.c Hotel. W. MONRO** * PHYSICIAN ASH HCRUKON, BOZEMAN, - - - MONT, Office:—Corner Main and Traey streets. Of flee boun from 10 a. m. ty 4. p. m. T UCK A ARMSTRONG, U ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BOZEMAN, MONTANA. ««-Land and Mining eaarn a specialty. Office:—In Haler'* building. Main Street. TpROF. L. VAN ORTON, WILL GIVE INSTRUCTIONS On the Violin, also tunes and repairs Pianos and organs. Office at the Laclede Hotel, or address P. O. Box 274. A. L. Kcmkku., J. W. Bbwbri JJPSSELL A BESSERER, Sum-reora to Yerkes A Ml worth, REAL ESTATE DEALERS AND INSURANCE AGENTS, OrricE ox South Boxeman Street. BOZEMAN, - - MONTANA rpilOMAS H. CARROLL, M. D, N. P. SURGEON, Office and residence at Tracy's old reeldenee Main St, Boaeman. rpHOS. R. EDWARDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice In all the Coarts of the Terri tory. All bustneu entrusted to me will celve prompt attention. •yiVION A CASTERLINE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BOZEMAN, - - - MONTANA. Will practice In tlie Courts of Montana. Office:—On Main Street, over the Postofflee. W E. ROWE, * PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office:—In Hfnchman A Alward's Drag Store. Offlee hours from 10 a. m. to2p. m. and 4 to 8 p. m. B IIT RYE'S 'BOMERANG. Is THE 1.1 VK WESTERN DAILY AND Weeklv of the Rocky Mountains, stirs up the Indian, Mormon, the Grizxly bear and the Politician. It is juicy and peculiar, grand, gloomy and eccentric in the extreme. Address Boomerang, Laramie City, Wyoming. GREAT BARGAINS I IK SASH & DOORS. We keep eonstantlv on hand a full lins of STOVES and HARDWARE of all des cription. WM. H. NEVTTT, Next to A. Lamme A Co.'s rjlHE NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. To he Land Explorer, To the Business Man, To the Farmer, To the Mechanic, To the Laborer, To the Tourist, To the Miner, To the Sportsman. TO ALL CLASSES ! ! For and good crops, For Remunerative Investment, For Business Opportunities, For Weird Scenery, For the Raising of Wheat, For the Rawing of Stock, For Ready and Cash Markets, For a Healthy Climate, THE COUNTRY TRAVERSED BY THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, HAS KO EQUAL ! SAVE YOUR MONEY By p urchaalna tickets through, and buying them before getting on traîna Round trip MafceU are sold at all ticket offi ces to all statua at reduced rate*. Coupon ticket«, at red need rates, to *11 points In the east, on aale at Boaeman, by DAVIS WILLSON. G. K. BARNES, General Pare and Ticket St. Paul, Minn. Northern Pacific BILLIARD HALL One door weet of Northern Pacific Hotel Is «ret clam ln cv.ry respect the only MONARCH TABLES, In Eastern Montana, they are kept In good re pair for the lovers of the game. The Bar ie stocked with the flneet Liquors ANO Cigars In the West. No Music, Singing, or Hnrrah bualnew; bnt neat and quiet entrance through PAT. WORSHAM. , PROPRIETOR. S EBREE, FERRIS A WHITE. BANKER8, BOZEMAN, MONTANA. Transact a general Banking Business. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS IN Moxtaxa Idaho and Utah. Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bogghf and sold. A j ; Bozeman. PRODUCE STORE I| OPIt USITE STAGE OFFICE. Having opened a Produce Store an Black Street, ttg g eoplej of EGÖH 4 POULTRY;' MICHIGAN APPLE*. wv are now prepared to raptf Bozeman and wclnIty with r j 2Î klmu! t LKMp>8 f and_V^e^AB|*I«,rOTUl Kmaa, ' : • ! ijri.uvi.vn, raaawa v 'i -«« —— - 1 " . FRESH OYSTERS * FISH A SPECIALTY. raah paid for Ranch Produce. Ordan by ■nail prom pi > (HIM. A. A. Deem . JNO. W. SMITH, —HEALER IX— ; j ! FINE KENTUCKY WHISKIESI A largo stock of IMPORTED SHERRIES, CLARETS, PORTS, SCOTCH AND, IRISll WHISKIES,MATTGAN ATO.'S BRANDIES, GINS A RUM, Warrantor! Absolutely Purr-. •bT'Familim in want of pure wines, ay Brandies for medicinal purposes are as sured that no finer goods can bo had west of New York. FORTY BARitPIJS Of four and six year old whiskies of th? most popular brands. 8M CASE* FALK'S MILWAUKEE BRI», And a most somplet* assurtmaat of Saloon Goods gsnaraPy, offend to the trade st fair priera. A large assortment of IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, Bass Ale, GninneUs Stout, Ginger Ales. Apollinane Water, Vichy Water, Congress Water, Hunyadi Water, •DeLatour'« Soda Water, $®*The heaviest stock of fine goods in the Territory. JgOZEMAN NATIONAL BANK, OF BOZEMAN, MONT. EMORY (!OBR D. F, SHERMAN President, Vice-President, aw-We buy and sell exchange on principal points in United 8late* and Europe, make loans, handle accounts of merchants, formers, stockmen and others. Special attention given to collections and banking In all Its depa ment« attended to. located at present in Mb. Frank Esler's Habnebs Stobx, MAIN STREET, BOARD OF DIRECTORS« THOMAS LEWIS, WM. H. TRACY, CL W. HOFFMAN, EMORT COBB, G. W. WAKEFIELD, FRANK fSLEB, WALTER COOPER, C. H.-COBB. Frank W.Y&nAllen JEWELRY, 'BOZEMAN, MONTANA. ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHER SOLID AND PLATED JEWELRY, SETH THOMAS AND GILBER A 00.-8 CLOCKS, JULIUS KING'S SPECTACLES AND EY E-GLASSES, -Repairing of all kinds promptly at tended to. Geo. E Clark, Dealer in all kinds of HOUSEHOLD & OFFICE Furniture I SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, lot of mark*, My Stock consist* of a staple goods selected expressly for this r and will be sold at price* that DEFY COMPETITION. I bare a Hair Picker and am prepasvd to repitfit and make over OLD MATTRESSES AS GOOD AS NEW at ahort notice UPHOLSTERING Of all kinds neatly done. REPAIRING AND JOBBING Of all kind* promptly done. Undertakeri* Trimmings, and UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. Call made at the store will be answered any time of the day or night. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. .fiVGooda delivered to any pert of the City. Storr Wert end of MAIN STREET, B0—if, - NORUM. | j RESERVED FOR RESERVED FOR. RESERVED FOR RESERVED FOB RESERVED FOB RALEIGH, LAMME A 00 RALEIGH, I.AMME A HO . RALEIGH, LAMME A OC., RALEIGH, LAMME A 00., RALEIGH, LAMME A 00., DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. i87a ESTABLISHED. 1883 . Strasburger&Sperling DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL LINE OF SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. LAR BRANDS. DRY GOODS, TOBACCO, ALL THE POPU BOOTS A SbOES, CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS. LIQORS AND CIGARS. We beg to call your attention to the fact that it is oar intention to qaitlhe liquor bunneee, we therefore offer oar entire (took at cost prices. 2 Cooper's Armory. WALTER COOPER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, & REVOLVERS. Ammunition of Every Description. Manufacturer of the CELEBRATED COOPER BUFFALO GUN. COOPER'S IMPROVED SADDLE GUN. IMPROVED RELOADING IMPLE MENTS COOPERA IMPROVED A PATENT RIFLE SIGHTS. Fine Auxiliary hands 48-70, fee. 40-46, Ac. -Aoeotb for Dpponr'fi Fowbbr Co. GiAnT Powder Go. Giant and Powder of all kinds. Black Blasting Powder. Géant etpe and Fme Always in stock. Role agents in Montane for Winchester Repeating > tel Crt United States Cartridge Co. Hopkin*a A AUeoFlneAna* Oo. New Pocket Army Revolver takes Wincherter^RifleJCartridge model 1873. THE FINEST STOCK OF THIS LINE ON GOODS FOUND IN MONTANA, FINE BAMBOO BODS, REELS, LINES ARTIFICIAL FLIES , FLY BOOKS, AC. VARIETY. POCKET CUTLERY, FIELD GLASSES BELT CUTLERY, IN IN FACT Everything in the Sporting line. GUN REPAIRING, RESTOCKING, AC., DONE IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. CA8H PAID FOR HIDES, ROBES AND FURS. WALTER COOPER, BOZEMAN, M. T. Julius Basinski &. Bros, BOZEMAN, M. T. Beg to announce for this eearnn that we are now well etockeil and ready to snpply the trade witii everything appertain ing to the -STATIONERY LINE— PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCOS, DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS. Which we offer to purchasers at special inducements OUR FANCY NOTION DEPARTMENT la complete in every particular. We also carry a fine line of SILVERWARE. SILVERWARE. SILVERWARE. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES. WATCHES IN GOLD A SILVER CASES. IN GOLD A SILVER CASES. IN GOLD A SILVER CASES. fine diamond jewelry. And an endless variety of Solid Gold Jewelry. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ITALIAN STRINGS, CHANDELIEB8, LAMPS, BAR FIXTURES. MIRRORS. MANTEL AND WALL CLOCKS. BRACKETS, FRAMES, ENGRAVINGS^ FIELD fe OPERA GLASSER WALL AND BUILDING PAPER. And each other goods too variooa to rea sier ate. SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. For Books and Periodical s ELEGANT VALENTINES. MASK fe FURNISHING DIARIES FOR 1883. MEN'S FURNISHING : GOODS. STYLISH HATS. WHITE AND CHEVIOT SHIRTS. Silk Haadkerebeife, Glove*, Ac. W* carry an excellent aranrtmra». We invita the attention end examination of the public to oar stock end priera «km la Med of anything in oar line. JULIUS BASINSKI A BROS. * Clearance Sale I OfL ORSCHEL A BRO., This firm has recently located at LiviNGSTon with a good Stock of Groceries, Clothing, Gent's Furnishing' Goods. And will Bell their entire Stock at greatly reduced prices J. M. LINDLEY, (Sneceraor to WMtoOrifee.) AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. TAYLOB fe SQUIRE* TOBACCO SHEEP DIP, Rdf— MILLS, ANTI-FREEZING PUMPS, F1ÖH BRO. A Wagons and B' PLOWS, STEAM THRESHING MACHINEB, AND SAW 1 Time ralra on Town L ate end Leaaber. Agent tor frie ef Reel] •taütart iMfrtwfd «ad «■«■fiovid