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N RIVER SUN.
r ,IBttIVElRtY 'itl IUVMDAY A' n River, Montana Territory. 1 1 6. >1 . f 55. lr . tl f15. Se Cl. I xl soe nutlees in 5l matter, I6 cents -jwuIlnt o, rt, r , e . i d vatlr sd.ret atts last to . ttled for quar. S-5i ortletnft add ehwwillsavye fxmter tner no, i r .'ufltsU5O wIt l.t ortt frot SUNBEAMS. pid You see T.'he photor, Wa will reletrnte. BlRne men areo ubilant. Neihart lint tWO e0loons. Crtplet partles are in season. Attend the meeting trMay eve. Will Rest Ilar been in 'Helena the past Aek. a A HIastle's Sherry coblers are hid.. Helena In to have a strawberry festival the 15th. A match for Poek's bad boy Is la town. ,e is a terror. )Ir. Iatt Carroll canme in from Helena Ttuesday's coaclh. Cut worms are destroying cabbage and her garden plants here. A wild raft of poles was seen floating town the Missourl Saturday. The man Who was snake bitten, is at t, Shaw, lie Is recovering. Try one of Rose's hot or cold baths, eby are highly recommended. * Florence 4th of July celebration meet. ug, calme too latn for tills issute. We regret to learn that Mrn Thomas lasry has been seriously indisposed. The River Press has raised its sub. tription price to 50 cents per month. The law put forth her strong arm llst week and strlaghted things to sonime ex eat. Several commnunlcatlous were crowded out this week. They will appear in our neat. The rain of the past week halies done un told good to the fatmore crops, and the range. The name of the Teton post office is to be changed fromn Old Agency to Chotau., Master Walter Gilbb has accepted a po. ,silion Bourk, Kauffman & :o.'s plan. ing mill. Mrs. J. W. Nixon gave an ice cream party to a number of young friends Thurs day evening. Chas. Miller formerly of this place has located in Dillon. Charley is a daudy behind a bar. The pig pen near the planing mill is giving ofd an fifluvium which is anything but pleasant. Joseph Largent and fmnily of Slhergold, have been paying friends here a visit dur ing the past week. Strangers must lot fool around our town girls; it is imposslble for us to stand it. Ain't it boys? Blossom & lIastie are shoving the best cider over their bar that ever came to Sun River. Try it. * The lit. Rev, L, R. Brewer, D. D., will preach boere on Sunday. Ile arrived at Fort Shaw on Mondays coach. W are greatly indebted to Mr. N. W. Scott for assistance rendered us at the SLx cases during the past week. , John Largent and James Strong are putting up neat and substantial fences about their houses on lierkly Ave. Samuel Burd sold his cattle last week to Main & Dennis for *41,(tU). Half cast: down anud balance I September. We meet in society smany beautiful and attractive women whom we think would make excellent wives-- for our friends. When everytingp else falls to bring rain, let the sheep mlen begin to shear their leeks and that will fetch it evry timne. A number of Indians from the Agency, hare been nll town the past week, They are camped just outside the town limits. Joseph Largont returned from a visit to the Sand Coulee coal mines on Friday. Ie is very sanguine as to their ultimnate results upon tbh prosperity of this coun try. An Impessible order: "Aw, will you kinidly givemew a piecem of soimething 'alf as swert as yom'urlf, aw, poi, yer know, 21W 1" Owinlg to the deatl, of our ansmsliate's little child we have beolt anable to give our readers as mucIh nws* as usual this week. J. M. Power, the gentlemusly iuperrl tendent of tihe ielena & Benton stage line has been in town during the past week.' Fd Cuarothers advertises three wagons complete, si horses and mules for mde. A good opportunity for any onme that wants a team. A caml of Noble Tinds have pitched their tent.s just albove town, and are beg Sgtg a aubsistaneo from the citizens of this town. Tks-ingular fact is noticed, thast lilaine': Ilmk quite ignores the e.xistauce of womelln ill the United Mtat-cs sxceplt In on:e or two incldtntal tai unlimportant hn:stane's. Thi' wnst'rs of I;tn Iliver surronuded the resitdelnce of tShuler ('Coson lnst weeck stid he cthnrthered thlo goodl slip P'eanllOw to mIlake trips to anld 1'lu0l tilf t li- mai lInd. Ont of four huadrd trees that BI, W. Murray act nit this year, only four have died; the outhers are leaved out and look well, Tuirc SrN IltsiAt' S i. maly Lie found on sale at T. 11. Clewell's News Depot, Main Street, Ilehia, nold at Thotuns lRose's News ,.tulln, Sun River. *tf Klisollpaugh, ('rter & Co.'s lumrber is universally arknowledged to 1, the best that coimes to this market and is sold stralght through for $83 per M. * Mr. Iteaso srrived In town on Sundiay morning's conth, to take charge and run the iitchliwg machine to be uscl nit the Elderndo ditch near Old Agency, J. (G. iliaus wats nominaated for Pres. Ident and John A. nLgan for vice lPres. Ident, by the liihflirinsm Nationnal con. vnutlon which convened at Chicago on the Ilrd. Paris (libson arrived front Johnstown Sullndy Iorning to meet J. J. 11111i and som other nother noable who are experted to arrive here on Monday evening by private coinveylnce from Helena. Ilboeman warns all tramps and loafers to depart from her sancred precint, by the mystic legend "7--444," which we suptpose like the old time "8,7,77," Is Intended to suggest heinpen soclnblee. James Lytle of the Forks of Sun River, was in town Saturday. le says If lie did not raise 100 per cent. of lamhs that he cane very near It. lls sheep look spln. did and will shear heavily. We regret having to ntnounce the death of the wife of an esteemled friend, Mhrs. Frank Comnlbs, who died on the evening of the 1th inst. Frank has our sincere sympathy In his affliction. IRobert Vaughn was in from his ranch Sunday, lie met with rather it painful ncchident n short tine ngo front which tihe Is only just reovering. A horse trod on one of his feet crushing it severely. It is said that It Is not easy to le n widow; brcause one must ronssunne all tie modesty of girlhood, without being allowed to feign its Ignoranc. It Is very much tile same with widowers, too. • R. N. Morrison arrived from Carter. villa Friday, to take charge of Klssil. pnugh, Carter & Co.'s lumber yard, uanh to make arrangments preparitory to starting a jewelry store and watch repalrlng ushop. J. II. McKnighit & ('o. are hi receipt of Fresh sugar, hams, spleed roll and break. fast hacon, chear sides, Inrd, dried fruits and canned goods, which they are selling at dottom prices. Ploase give thelm at call. * Georg Steill & Co. have there goodl:. about straightemnd out, and they cortaluly make a grand dlsphiy. Read their manu. inoth advertisement and see the induce. ments which they are offering their pat. mro. Jesse Armitago han just opened his splring Invclre of elegant and artistic ji.welry, watches, clocks and silverwnre. lie lihas ilso incri'easted his repairinlg ficelli. ties. Jesse is the boss Watch repairer of the Territory. * Rix teaums and nlicut O0 moen pcassetl through town on Sunday en route to Ma. pie Sidicng Canadian PJ''iflc railroad. The outfit canne from (.Ilcl'he V'alley Idtlaho, and are going north to work on I'ackers contract, as graders. ('llhas. Hlt and wife paid the Crossing a visit during till, past week, The haby nIow tips thie lamn ait six pounds, iand its ipl thinks that if the Shlergold nlosquetoes don't get away with it, that it will weigh eight pounds by fall. George Steell received by the Ulidla stage, Saturday, a sack of coal from the I)eep c'rok mine, which is acknowledged by Iall who hate seen It to be the beet speclminil yet exhibited here, from alny of our numnerousl coal mlines. lion. E. lieach of n'orth Pork Sun liv. er calme clownc on Friday". We undcer staind he has sold his sleeip, or rather mlrg. od thell with his ranches, into a stock company; of which the Rev. Flint is one of the heaviest stoc'khollders. Clny Stevenson auind wife if L'iidla, while in town lart week made tihet Sex oflice a pleasant visit. Mrs. S. has onlly Ieen Ihi Montana a few montih, yet ex. presses hersell as grently pleased with the country iand lnot at all hoinesick. John U. T.ynVi'h who was chosen temp. orary chairnllun of the ]JRepullicall n conl. vellltio at (C1.'icgo, was anll Ignoralt slave Il'fore the war, flut is now c'onsideredi onl of thie Ihest ind blrightest presiding ofilcers of pulli c itodils in thie I'llted Stateils. A. C, ilroaulwater oif ollnhnn, J. J. 11111, Mr. ShielLcc'rid sll 'era'iil other 3MiinnO. iapiolis gentlemnii, (line in from heleon on Molnday evenilng, tniid dtlcnprt'cdl early Tuesday ilmorning for the silt of tici Fcltulrc' GrOelt and thie .iad ('Clces cual fields, Lost-Near Sucltliver Leavhings; i coat with bIook, comtalilnng papers and accouints with T. C. Plower & I)ro., Ft. linnton. The fl:ndcler of tlie salle will obligeo y retucrn. inag sime to' Stcll & (o.'s store at Sun River. Joni. Ccimacn. Mr. (ieoi'ge F. ('moley the gei.tlemanly Superinrteldent and ilManlatr of the I)ear. bhorln Sheep ('o. 's hlrds on fieo nouth forc, 'was in town MSfllrdcliy andt reports that litce company have had excellenit uccli('is with thior sheellp this lll'ring like s.ve'vyhlody elso. There is it beautiful openingii here for a paper bag fctiory iind ii stenicll plate vion dtr. A iblanc orgianl grinder would ice. miclie weoilthiy i c shol't utie', whllc iie i rag ian (,ccolli, In c fiew yoi'rs, 'return c' l lieh' off 1fth far of tli land for the inalcncie of his Ilife. Alex. Worik of l'ihl. hbs einteredl h1is ch. c.G lc'illtfe nlid (ch, f. Ilna (lei, for thlh cult stake~n to be rcunmi ciitl I'otte[d at liit' fal rclle; t iiftenth nli al l -xl li ibition Montania igrl'iciturcl'i, miiinlg anid me. chairnlea s (sseloilican o be(, hIlcl ill Alfl eon fioii S l.lpt. Ith to fitlll. ]lozo Fllln l ccilli cltori's Iave, aclitilolcid theii' neiiw ill fl tile l ' cirryluig their hill for col l'ction. 'ie' articlh 'e rIse( iiII,,'s .n i 'rrl' dlinn, laid has n l ppy fecit .cnllin the debt. or, whlio, ric.ther hfian le tortl uilred I il del'li icy such ni ilustu mnelil, it. rel.c'ers at nic'o n c .and icuucl. ilti' 1:' ('h'rouich'. A Cattle Euuyer. SIr. Danvie an English gentleman who t recently arrived fronm Ft. Muclood, which u pi'ne he Ieft solne weeks ago, aromnpani- t ed by a man named Davis who claimed I to know the road and to be capable of guiding Mr. Davies to tun lives. They t had not come far on their way however, r until he saw that liai guide knew nothing shout the country through which they were traveling, anad in consequence, they hecame lost and for thee days wandered over the Ipraire, now following a dim trail nnd again 'utting across the country, as the guihle said, "to strike a trail over there." Fortuunately meeting a o:ct boy, they were dircrted aright, and Mr. Davies took charge of the prairie schooaner and succeeded in safely piloting her into Old Agency. T'his gientleman han n large lease of land in the vicinity of Plincher creek anud Is hereo ow for the pllrpose of buying cattle to stock it. lie also has some idea of prchnasing a hand of sheep. But Is in no hurry its it would he impossible to drive at the preanut time owing to the high water in the numerous rivers to be crossed on the route. lie thinks the price asked for enttlo here is tflctelous. lie also informs us that the failure of the Oriential and other English banks will etbeet the North West Territory consider. able, andt especially some of the large cattle comlpaalieslocated there. lie doubts that their will be as many t dtle driven from Montana this year tby tuose collpas nles as heretofore, on this account. It appears from Mr. Davies' conversa. tion that the lease law in force in the North West Territory is not popular with the lmins of the people. The Cochran ('attle lianch company have purchased U0t00 head of sheep which they will drive onto their leuse near Macleod this sum. user. Mr. Davies is very favorably IIn. pressed with Mlontana in general and Sun River in particular, at least with as much as he has steen of it, but thinks the Mre. lead country is quite as well adapted to stock raising ias thiss. BLACKFEET AGENCY. .Thslleg are in a deplorable condition here. A .t'irving Indian is a fear. full foe. We are more secure from the ('revs than these Indians. Lieut. Bell anid Iis command will remain here until a hetter state, of affairs dawn on the Agen. cy. lie does not deem us safe under ex Isting circumstances. The worst has never ehen told. Ex-agent John Young shoutl have made an estimnate for minore than one.cighth rations, liNi alone I re sponsblhl for the wretchedness and star. ration here. We ltbehold the sufferinganld aret powerless to relieve it. As high nas four Indians II tiny are dying, they say "lby the whil man." Not by his gun or or knife, but by hlis Ineglct and illtreat. ment, it neglecting to furnish thest tihe sustenance which is their due by treaty with him. Father PI'ratlo is here doing all he canr to prevent trouhly. O)ur school is doing well considering the starved condition of the childre'n. il1.ACVlxET AclN\cY, June 0. M3t:tois DIED On the afternoon of the 8tlh instant4 Little .1ihn, only child of unr Iasserite, Will lnltks land wife, aged U inn. and 22 day s, Poor little Jim Was a bright and lovely1 child and Ills disease was of t chsraneter so strange and severe and utterly hopeless withall, thait nall the tenderness of even a stranger's heart would have beeoon clled forth. How agonizing then to tihe parental heart. Bult now those days and nights a(re paisendanmi tlin pt andl undetiled h,'i fontd freedom fronm earthly ills, 'J'herefore mourn niot for lith habo front Illy tenderness riveil,ere stain oil hills purity' fell 1 T'o thy questioning heart loii an anl swer front heaven-'Tls well with thi child: It is well. Chins. E. J)udly altld C'lhfls Cooper who ,v, re "stoiod tip" in thellir way to SopI ltiv'er last Tuesday, returned to Ihelkaiip on Suntday, and were greeted by a host of sympathet.l' friend. ''lhey were cleaned out entirely by the ''urpins of the roadl. but appelars to take the miatter lilhlosophl. cally.--lolklnap Suni A soldier from Ft. Shaw canel to tow last Friday evening, driving a simall slpa of eyIlnsies, twhi(cti werel not altogether mrc' liable, as they bllked once or twice o the street Ilufore he left town, anil It a i ptu'"rs, when just opposite Steell's resl dence', refuse(l to gio a step further, and the solldier lost plitience and lroiiptl)y boat thie stilbborn anital to deathll. / Mr. Ilumnphry of the lrmn of Iluimphiry & Fl'ields, Sand Couleo horsemen, arrived from Ilelhcna Frcli'y wit a bland of abluolt seventy-five hlorses which lie is tlaning it) their rainch i the ('oulCe. T'lhy were as lillcllsonli a lot of horseas are often seeni, sllowliig strains of Carib'oo, Morgal, Illack Ilk:nond wrl Mat, bl~io Wbood. Mrsli. .1. W. Nixon and Mrs. N. W. Scott paid the Suill oftilte ia Ilenrianlt call one dtliy this week. Mirs Scott is aln exollnt milt rapll type setter aniid kindly set uip a stick fall or two t lthlpii (ouit sceing thiit we wre sliort handled, Mrs., NSoun askted permission to sweep out this oil'e, kini ly yet finilyl wII rI'fiseti he ' ilrequiest. / We ciip the followiirg froit one, of onl, orxchllnges: A Montanla att'e king ricelt wtnt to linii-lsofti,. The' ftirt weiek thller hie eincounteridti''i t cylone i thei Femioiund ie was shit at twice, libeing miistakenii foir a timber triee laild jumper and the thlir'd it ctros~s.-eyed woalllnnl hinsisted on imaking love to hit. le say's lie iiinhl stanuidt the first two,hlut tie' third was too lmulch for himll Mr. Snith ftliehr of (ioi..ge Smith or) ' of the Noirth Fork scheomen, arriveld frlon Mlil inapt lli ont Sunditay ttldl left for hlls ins vn iii i llc iopliaolpy w illi lliainh 1' In iio Motlnay, Mr. S. npaid the Slimn utller a pla.nsatit cilil during hils stay in tower, inil ixpi.sted himself ins greatky piliieil with trhe poritlins of iontuian which li has alreti'ly set). 1He will spedl thl siutliit'r ill this territory. L. S. Wells is our aullhiirity for' statigll hint ]ils W 'rsuhlll's charge In tile jlll' lanit l'rhiny nighit itwas one ll the llir'i'til, oratori lid ft iis otver thy de i this town.', andr tat it fwa.s worthy of :nt O''Connor l r I1gersol, and will be remembi.ed when the shades of oblivion have fallen upon ul of today. It will be inarrthed upon I the pages of our town's history in oed Ink. There are no known laws that govern the giggle of a girl. Bhe giggleth with. out cause or reason. Giggles in joy, In sorrow, in anger, in grief, in life, in death she is prone to produce the same ste.ro t'ped giggle, without an effort. Girleare fearially and wonderfully constructed, but their giggle is an uneplained and unn. icountable addition to the other myster. les of their general make up which no human nor divine being has ever mntis. ¶actorily necounted for.--(Extracts from She diary of the lialdheaded Scout of the orth Land, We understand that a new road Is now being laidhl out from the 3Muddy bridge to Jlllhnstown. Road oupervlsor Zook vill proceed at once to plaro salue in re. hare. TIe cost will not exceed $1,000. This Is a small amount considering that klere is twelve miles of the new road. Mr. Zonk deserves great praise for the eplendid work which he hal done in Sun ltiver lane. (hotean county seeras to be doing her duty in the way of huilding roads. What is the matter with our road supervlsor ? and why don't our county spay a little attention to this portion of its roads? Whyl P. A. White the nrTstlint bemk agent, is lin town deliverlig the orders whichl he took last wihtr . Ills books are giving general satisfaction. 'le is agent for J. (. lilaine's lbmk, "Twenty Years In. (Con. gress, from 1801 to 1881, from Lincoln to Garfield." It is a succinct and hlpar. tinl history of national legislation ulon thie great question arising from secession ilndi the civil war, Including enmancipa. tlonl, reconstruction, legal tender paper ink the return to rpeile. The impeach. ilenlt of lPrrsident Johlson ; alto sketches of the leading and prominent mehn in conlgress four tle twenty yeors included it tihe history. It is Illustrated with bean. tfu steel teel ugravings of Lincoln,Garfield, Hlayes, Grant land other great men of our land. It is a IH)ok that no one who is at all luterested in tile political events of our country can afford to be without. Mr. White sells the book at the same price asked in the East, where 000,000 copies have alrendy been sold, From the Dairy of the Baldheaded Scout of the North Land, IEntlimast Inot at person by hbi statul , for a three and nhalf foot man often packs molre celfeonicit thln t six.footer. When a man endeavors to empregnate your mind with the magnitude of thi labors li dally performs, doti't believe him. lie lies. The aslstptilon of dignity by a dwarf creates to the world another fool. hIe whlo,wrestles with us add strength to our arm andl lierve' and sharpens our skill. u(ir lenemy in otirl helper. Let womnll talk and giggle, for (God for omlle mlysteriollus reanson has maIldo them so. Thuigh your niighbo' lie it fool God nnmade hI, therefor let himl pass for a South Fork items. ln:rTi P Foul, f., T. hJune 0th, t.itlor ot tire snh: Eight miilies of the Siun Illver canal is uilnder advertisement. The n lit Rlver Canul Co., is organized, and litwgal its work, MaIy inlihiitetd sile. cess atteld It; anld its object he a sorlltir of wealth to its projectors, as it deserves to Ibe'. Two lilhlPe of thel Yloi'ree' (el1nal Is 'mpllllettd. Lanld is going, going, nld will soon lie gone. The long looked for postoflice Is estah. liShed alt ('cell with D]eWitt t', HIolbrok as postmlaster. A pe1tiionl is helngclrcllated to ask thll Collnty ('omnislloners to builld a bridge across Sun l iver. It is a ipublil nlcessity and should not be delayed. Ezra says that the fellow who says he was In the last ditch, is a --------- Well iboys, lets Irrigate. It. X. PowrITFR. Challenge. The "l3ll.tossicrs;" of Fort Shaw will Iln.y 1I mat1(ch gailn of nlaschll With any ilie ati Sun li R Iiver, oni the 4th day of iJuly 1884, for fiun or for a "stake," Tllime of dayn', pltie andl stake, if any; to be lift to thilisrr'l'tlon of the Sui. ltivrites. A. .1. A. J. (hEENot:i:o, Sec. Fort Shaw liall-tossers. P. S. The ov chaliiillenge is slhlltl in a friendly spirit for the purpllsei of plrl imtliig full on the 108th lllanniveli rsary of our itin lependein, ------------- The Fort Shalw bo chilll(enige our iiniie to pllay a inltcllhed glllneof base ball on the 4th anld we hope that the young Iil of tllhs town will have lenterlpriseo enolltiui to i(ceplt their chilliegei and arrrllg i gamlle. All citizens wito r ni at all intereste'd in the clelebraltionl of the comnioig 4th of .July are requeltedi to allttlll a meetin g whic'h will ile(t In Ml rrlay hall on 'Tlihirslday at eight o'clock p. ill. )on't forigt pleaseI , - --*----- The wilter in the Yellowstone is very high for this season of the year. The wairm weathl'r which followed it coolA lnckwrird spring in rapidly ilelt ilni thli great masis of snow in thil lmountlRin districts and every strelliln is tsml linlg great voliumes of water to swell the lrailn river. This early rise will have the effect of loe:ssi!ing the freshet that colnes in June which rit one time prolised to be allrlrningly high.-- Ex, Theo nmtuiber of cattle shipped to date ndll contracted for dolivIry in the next 30 days over the Northern Pacitie from the East, aggrIgato 7i,iU().- Miles City Press. The Bozolnili grlaod jury hlls foundl inldi(jttltlln on two counts lagiiust J. D. Nicholas, forimerly railway Ipostail clerk between Livingstonll alld HIoleoii. The Dillon tempoerao!cn reformni cili, is ioulnoing dissolute again aIllo is ill danger of dissolution, LOUIWE REIL 3Oes to the Saskatchewafl Territory to Aid His People. A delegation of four halfbreed gentlemen from the Saskatchewan country, N. W. T. arrived hero a few dsys ago to confer with ito~os 1ieal, and if possible prevail upon him to return to their ecnmtry with them, for the purpose. of explaining and proving certain rights promised them by the Canadian government at the time of the confederation when RIel was at the head of the then existing provisional governmnent On Thnrark day the party again passed through this town on their way home and Mr. tiel was with them. Accompanied by Michwl Dumes one of the deligiates. Mr. Hiel paid the SUr ofilcea' short call. In conversation with the gentlemen we learned, that they represent the halfbreed element of the North West territory, or the unsnrveyed portion of it, that is the people who aroliving or land that the government has not as yet officially surveyed, and while they are not Telegated by the white settlers, they have their full sympathy and good will. The white emmigrant settler has the same grounds for com plaint that the halfbreeds have. As early as 1805 halfbreods and white settlers klcated homes on the two branches of the Saskatchewan river and built homes for themselves. The land had not been surveyed, but the settlers established their lines and bonndries satisfactorily among them selves subject to a government survey when such should be made. Now the Dominion government refuses to re cognize or acknowledge ny of these settlers as having any right to the land they occupy, and refuse to survey or grant them titles in direct violation of pledges made to the people of Manitoba, at the time of the confed oration of the provinces, which was to be a precedent by which the same matters should be adjusted in all the -at that time--unorganized territory west of it, as soon as such became necessary. This delegation is composed of the following gentlemen: James Islistr, nabriel Dumont,.MNsms Onellette and Micheal Dmnar, who are wealthy and educated, residing at Prince Albert a settlement at the Forks of the San katchewan river. Mr. liel says that he is all American citizen, and that Ike considers the land over which the stars and stripes wave his home, and now only goes to assist his people as much as lays in his power, mud after which-- be it. much or little he will return to Montana. Meeting Louis Riel today recalls another day some lifteen years ago, when led by the now famous Colonel Wolsley we with some five hundred others marched in close column over the ground where the city of Win nip og now stands, and up to the walls of Fort Garry, then occupied by Mr, Riol and his rbeol army. We rom e.nber how the massive gates were battered down by the excited soldiers, how we rushed in ot·u' the fallen tim bers expecting a hand to hand conflict, but to find the birds flown. the fort empty. It was queer to sit and talk to this man, and remember how as a drunmmer boy of fifteen we longed to spill his blood (or aco someone else do it) as ardeutly as any vet. in the reg imont. We recalled the opening of Scott's supposed grave, in the court yard of the fort tir coffin pulled from it, opened, its contents: bricks and shavings. We renmembered that Scott's burial place was never fount, but *o did not ask Mr. R. to tell us where those bones await the fnal trumpet call, because we don't believe he knows, All the same MIr. Rieal has our best washes for the success of his mission. ADVEJRTISEMENi'TS. REMEMBER THE: -MEETING At Murray Hail, Th irsdy 1v ., To make arrangements for CELBRAIGi T HIIE TH,1. Heleua& Beuton ST'A +Itl LING., ('och for Heolna leI;vos Sun Riv or (,very (.venhig at S o'clock, excc1pt Sunday ovening. C'oach for Fort Benton leaves Sun ]i)vr every morning at 4 a' eIc.t'k, oxcrpt ot ,t1,lny Int..niig J M POWERS, Managr. HELENA AbVE1ITIMSEE.?NTr SANS 1BR ERS Dry Goods, Suits, Wraps, Carpets We Quararrteealf good' sold lower than elsewhere, Special Bargains let:eiey W 'ek. Sasples seat f lapDltatioa. ' -; 8ands Bre.'s (hrder fr.,m Ow aounV.I wI1l.rm.e .o tmpt attentlo. l le.ne, Men.t . Cliotean HIge Old Reliable. Best Kept House in Benton. Je"* Aulliva..n Pron. H. H . WP. i.LHOUSER (lardenor aind Dttler an 1)AI RY and GARI)EN PROD1)UCE II yon art in n.@d of Milk. Butter yr Von.:.' tabel., you will do well to give I no a cn1. Ilorkly nve., . Sn River. Laughlin Bruce, BOOT AND SHOE IMAKBR. Itpairing neatly don.. Ordens by melt *wil e.oelve prompt attention. lnn Ilivor. Montanm. 2-1411 LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. DLAND Opact' AT It.a,.iosA Jnnoe 6, 814 N'ice I hrev ivcn t. the., folwln ied tr hlllur hl its f f:id htc Tls I.ttcnUtin -to nitke inaljlr.",fln "lllUplxt oif hits rthl, ed thn L *l*l hi prnm)lwlll heo etcii Magra thil notgietr Adi latel of ie t .. .in ll tilr tlll Irlieni, ii t. lilts Jul I o1nh, 4ul44, vii: Hymn iStr/oh *lo Indule homw. sti'i appliatioun No. 1174, o.r th, swi, sil t iw' andi lints lbmntl 7,ooi 19, s pl t U I p l . It. namem the following witnltns to proo his rontinulllnol rlidanrc ulpeon, anld Cultivition of, Pilldl luid, vii: John M.ItwHlnmy icniTlJoniiit Wt. nun lo Ilf ilns tT. mid Willlinmn M. Wyatt and -ldwarl W Ihill of Uiiddis. T. i. ADwKi %.SO N,lltellte.r Notice of Final Entry. LAND OvwuO AT lsi.UAl, MONT., MAY W, 110i . OTICH is Iherby given thit the folloWll cIf nam nd lm*ot l l thr h fud nti of hi l5liidW, lion ut ntlke lrtollof In u tl.irt hofils el, IA ltd that sd prt wll madi e i efon, thle aZMlM' (and Mu OuE t uons, TN. iTj Jae 31$ via.: Fraunis II. (lron who made, e omnte lls licatliion no. IMIi. tlt thAe t, rli e l( AMl at w',4 giti use. N. Ill. ia N tf a 7 W. Ho names t.heollh.ilig witnnsoeuiLo pr**n hit continuous rus dvci# ope.mn unil dultivftiun o sold luinh, via: fliltien It. itakel end ihnorgn W. Hlmithll lt olhil, Albert 1)uipoanod tiilltth iilierlt of Flurolorence, M.F. !. ASKINOON. llq. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND OF()lil AT UNLENAi, MONT., Jhne 6, i4 4. Nm TYI('I Is hloreby arvool thait thnL t( lowlal nollllti, wtleir i.t wlimd notIti of his lntient ithn to lnllsk.lnMal rtitW haIn nplport of hllsslmr tlot that wtold protr wiii h allll efoie e John Kierhr, Notlry Pulllc In and fir Lewl e ('larks county Mouitit, at Ulidli, nlalsat, on July' ii, lttlt, via: il.nyr W. Kolliywh maeeIl pt'lnlitolin Le No. 412, for the NM~N Me 0, tiVl 19N l K. .!n iftet ui tle fitlloing wlina.tiei to plo's hliI' u,,tlnils reoshlotio uolLn ant lll nlvlelati, lihl land, via: 'ilhgln l'olt. Jllon Hi. Wool bltergit IU.ili nad Alom der Wirk. all of Nuit lilver, M. V. F, A)KINSON, Regiser, NOTICE OF FINAL LNTRY/ LAND Orinon AT LLNNtNAt MONT.. Jmuo 6, li8. utinlncct sleltu hu. tilwnl nwtiae of his inbl'ntioq to nllh final pratin itmupourt ,l his illJn, iload tllhat muld llrif will I'. mlS, lish,,re ('hclrlýa L. i 'ricer, lk itli (htirk of th Tlhird J lityl It(illr( , 1. in tlllli fur (Illtltnn ('ointy, at Fotl Ileittin on July 1llh, l18i4, vin i Johl A, NKeDtnnlhl wihll, nhide irt.nttlinn four tht' cwl- l wi4 eta'. it', t4l enI-i ilid iwl.41M4 0t6' 9, 9i, i. 'LIn. r. h11w. i,' nnmto the fo)owllis wlinesniw to p/ro(n ile (llltnlotttis rr.nli ntl* Iiitlen, stll ntltivtolt of olLd lald, vhi: (harlos W. tiny, ('hirlrs W, Thlone , Juhn lldirldl nalnd AlllKtt iltrlrtu ll i Old Ateouy, (hIlotelo (s'olotz M T. . AKjINSOUN, lth"ftol. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND Ornuo,' fl.flA, MoNT. I NOTI('l' in hl!rbhy :lifmn that tIha fllhlwing. N uII ti giil a!tler linlel tied hii tntentioi ti, ma.k tiniil proolif nl Olulllirt t ilhe haim,, sllt that said Ilpiruf will Itnrotdte tefuru (t lih, u'tlter illtul lii. itlver at thu Uultevl n'llL . n I ili rhoi in Ilelietri tl;iltetia, July Itlh, 1864(, via: i+lwlt',d W, Hull wht,, notal, lprt.tt,lioli d.thirttiiy stitlnetint NI, 4:i'37, fur tIhe awl-4 ntl.4 u." V-01-i sac.t, .owli sW Hl nulltuC the f.llowltg witaiseesi tO ploys hil ioutlitluteltice tiril tll dil onltlvetitui nf sd:lil ulit l roti !.ringf ltd WillInil Wy'tt, buittie lilli, Migl , ln1,1:'3'. nunl ('ter. ntlhii ?tllnnit itr.i..hilwiw ('nel buti of sun Heiwe r, l:ewls'.Chin:lk k ,uqnh' H. T, F. ADKI NIi4N. Ileiltar, Notice o' Final Entry. lAWL e O y.1tt AT UYiti ,. t. T.. I Jiliin, ', I44, Nll'1'1('I1L lhorl,y nlvan tint lh e th.fIIw,iaPll )I)1IIII'1 (tlr'r lien BIri notItion of is Y It)Wit ire Ii, mkiek il' F ul otproi hIii ttort if hI laIne, fallll i h nd that sold cIref wirlll It, mid'li .'l, I. N. lln lett ai Notary l'utllh, initi fod ('lihaton utiluty, Men. tuai, lit ililuocl, i.1'. T. Oi July I1, l15t., viz: who miIail., Jtllomnsd A ppllhlication allni. f1I.5r tllht cei, nw'0 and"l lle lIad c. url'l f1 tIur Ip 'dN. 11i4 W. llnoiiu ri'tbibllout utpon, an curltivatlon of, tiulil li vid i lheirnr' ?Pt1i'frsi i.Jliu l.' l i',ttr illt , Natlltiunhi I 'llint nniell aulh r r vaiit vil, ol o. ( 'tinlioilll iotlnlty A3.'1 . J Ni. Wt'. EnviY, NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. lA: Orii'e'i I r lt .e , , Mii';r,i 0luu :lkt 101. i N .i h t r ,b y g eni& t th iia t th i- f u ll w l g u tcliv d sIet he r hill-t lhlltl sl~llu , dT hlsll i iteut t tll~ ulilko Milid ,r)fl ( ill sUo lI) rI f hli illll, tittLl thlit .ailil Ipr.m will I iv tiil' ti'f,,', (If' 'hnrli I1. `l ,'n(',l .i ntllly) cl-rk -t l Il lirt ji 2 tt,'ilil cr1 uri, J le) 11t' li i i roiin a i hi (' tiuil'liu v lit tty, ait uet l tlr ltl iv' li lla luny Ii1ihiioi t viz: J ht lllltlh',l t-ud whillllolc 'ld f Ail'll '*Il ll,'112ill'lllili hlt l ,1'iI- li NOr , :.s for ilt , "I-1 ..l l. , w A, u 1IK ll 1 -IN2, udlrini·-1 it'-ln . ,o 21 Ill0 "1 IIci if 7 s u·, li, 3 I. 11 i is. .1hl o m'li ii tll, \ 'itll 5i ncus. I. hIIIu , UN.. IW.tVR: .: t -L Steam. Laundry, WltRI W o , rmrdr TIýe pnprl..t m of thr suv named L na,. 1iST-CLASS L .1 Y4.R Family Washing SATISFACTION Quaranteed, AND NORTHERN Three trips a. weet, -te n 'St i River r.id Old ; Ageucy;,' i , Thursday and Fiur. BIEHXPL MoioGAN;, IK p1etO FirstNat,Bank Fowr BaNTon, Mo...sA.. ,.f Opittal1, - *1 00 000 Surplus. $70,000. Wx .. CoNRAD, Pie. JoAn W. Powas, .Vice-Pres. ED. MLCLAY; Cthfrr. ' Do a General Bankirng Eqlly ('erreponden. e Bollofto,; . wP'Intretet allowed on aNima p dp.itb.; ULIDIA EXCHAN(G. FORD & QUAIL,, .rprlitors. Keok on hand a chole el.tcon et WINES, LIQUORS., . OIGARS. BILLIARD &d POQL ;1'AIUE8. trLIDIA, Mo, , r I Bird Tail RloSe 1 fleot of accommo:.aione for the traellng pub. ic. (Iocd tablJ" umrv tesu a .4hev. ueas at all hnEraj Saloom and Billiart faI aftacghed blve u a call. JAB.LE, Proprwifor Nick. Lauerman 0olTACTORl ANTI BOIMtl. Bck AND Stone ''orki. Plastering a speluilty. P. O. AI. MIan River. H. L. HULL, Carpenter, Contractor & Builder. Wfeihoet Inform thle pbhlio that he wU oen. [uuc, to i.tke eont,.et sna other gooostl lobbing. Plane ualdt .otiuetluosol trurlt.lL and atJ-fa. lion agnsrsuiitd. Apr. 22, 188. JAMES MANIiC, COMNTRACTOR BUILDER Of Brick and Stone Work., Speial attention given to pluatering In ali..t broanchs. u netlunatee furnished on appllntion. Sun River, Mont, JOHN LARCENT, lBst. )MS Ig)SI.tBL T'OWN AND RANGH I'PROPERTY For sale at ronsoinabtl ratos. ('orroeslonteucv eolihited. .; tun alver.jM. T 2-14, JOSEPH L %RQENT, M UsoUti I1txN N(ltl, Horses pastured at $1.50 a head Per month ilay f'd wlull rtqll to dt o, timts per huar Ia r I. , .! ar , Ntan ltiv r, Mon , -14 '