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ADVID B. BALL:.. ................. ...Eon WILL HANS.................. ...MANAonR T.. i ), .te, .i. *.1i: t A d, anoe.....S.'10 THURSDAY, JUNE 10. MONTANA'S FUTURE. The course, of the Missouri river points to Fort Benton in a distancoof 140 miles. To the northwest there is found in a stretch of 150 miles the celebrated Barker mines and Neihart districts, and beyond all the Judith vslley country. In it there is comr prised much desirable agricultural land, all of It the grandest graing reg ion, aq4 among its hills and canyons eternal walls of wealth. While most of the regions mentioned are directly tributary to Helena, none are exempt from ittribute and all naturally verge In a common center here. These are among the caunsee why a fcity must be bult--a portion of the .Inducement in claiming attention,-and within the di.otd.meiprised l held the "staying powers of e nation. reat as they may sem, or how ever prold.o in - isu ehm.ammary ty appr, it in no manner ex plansY_ f.. .unpralled means of l in the region In oideiml r.,; but rather contains but a portion! Precious findings are oomamon to the vicinity, the baser ores and metals abound everywhere, and, in a common means to.tilise all, re cent disroveries tender to Helena the mostrea ble omeon. Imme diately.down th mi. r, in a dis tae of somd eighty miles, opposite the mouth of Sun Riverand along the course of mith's, and extending to Belt Omek, is found a vast region of coal fields I)vrog. veins ton to twenty ave fst itilek 'd comprising such rea as to be determina in several hundred square miles. The disoov ry is recent, the quallty.'perlorto many a yt found in athe Dontry--ms e.ptible of making coke and of a bIn. tumiuounature. The su aov.wry.: a 1.r onsequence in the if treof Montana. It applies more di recfly to.o le$ as in the supply of ionr, . hiht i.everywhere prevaleht romisin ai y with Pittsburg In al uia. . .A railway t. eHlina in such a ect to 'ort Benton js among the e3.terIis n hand here, and which tvler rare inducement to capital in the i mreamme ftm t r profitable re t urns. 'The Ii, of this nwly Jimrd treasuriholds parallel with al v"edhIm' verypasitprovides a ieans an utl th aser c and metals asin 'mtal the more precious 21u sw.eoemsandsppot in all. bD.Hargerin Ohi agoTimess, -ITEE ThEBITOBRY. The eleeuio lamps in operation in :Duti. ro m $id to make the clocke tower on the courthouse look like ait lighthouse. The Big Hole and Jefferson Valley a extension of the Utah & Northern V ralr.d Is to .be commenced next Miles Oit Journal say:.s With t a j44i" a, opwhoop " five 1 Sow b r td to ro dupthe ele Plate cirous on } afernon Gypsie, the ele h ,,th coming, and as the .4e-r neatr she snorted. It ý #R H . .She hld the winning the leader dropped from o< riking. the ground upon kesi and praying that he may iever have to enoounter "umbrella uers" 4 aln. ObA of the Montana delegates, Lee dattle, wih appointed on the commit- I tee. mlected to notify J. G. Blaine s.ad John H. Loja of their nomina aron that an amazingly rich dis covery of silver ore has been made dthin tene or fifteen milbs of the Siprings durng the past week. The b soetb ye been madeo known. HWp'e aormed ~b~ y reliable parties 1 thaM ore exaeols anything yet die- t ders in Neihart; infact, itis stated that the find is a mine of almost na tive silver. The loeality an4 extent of the new bonanza will be revealed withli another week.-Husbmadman. Tourists are said to.have began to pour into the National Park Much prospecting for quartz is beingdoe In LOu L ou distxict, Mis soula bonnmty. While digging a oellar at Butte the other day Hamilton & Ploutz dis covered a twenty foot vein of low grade ore. James Nagus, of White Sulphur Springs, has two oows with three alves each. It if said that Governor Crosby is not so.eertain of becoming a perma nent resident of Montana as he was a week or two ago. lour silver mines in Butte pay dividends regularly to their stock holders. Her copper mines are also making money. The miners of Murray, Meagher county, have great confidence in the future of that camp. Dores~an did not celebrate Doeora ti4a daywith eitherparade, speech or d9weors Prie & Prise, of White Sulphur Sprlgs, ar'ea going to build a skating rink its that town. The MaIden reduction company have ordered 1' $8,000 smelter frosa Frzer & Chalmors, of Chicago, and yid 1,k00) pash down on the same, t.'e hblIaesyx will be shipped from tClii July' 1th, so that it will be weetoo ltd running in good shape I!h Mlrm -usa ct:'nmnieioners to the I New Orleans exposaition are already Io~tiring themselves in the matter of collooeting an exhibit, and their efforts should be seconded by every rsident of the Territory who take.s ny inter est in advertising its matchless.ro sources. Mr. Wade, a deputy mineorl sur veyor from Helena, went up to Shin nick Lloyd & Maxwell's coal mine last Monday. He finds that it is on government land, and tolls us that he believes they have got a good vein of coal.-Tranchant. Hoelena wants a vagrant ordinance. Two men working on a small vein of quartz between Nelson and Grizzssly gulches pounded out in a hand mortar $`i50 last week from fifty pouuids of quartz. A freight train was wrecked near Gallatin on Sunday. Ten can and engine went into the river and two or three of them were damaged beyond repair. Fortunately no lives were lost. The track was soon repaired and trains are running as usual. Courier. About two weeks ago (the news only came in on Wednesday), three Cree stole some horses from the South Peigans, and to avoid pursuit went up into the thick timber in the mounins, bk of Cut.Bank. The Piegms followed and shot one Cree. The other two got away but not with the horses, which remained in the possession of their rightful owners. Six war parties of Plegans have started for Medleine Hat and Maple Oreek, ostensibly to g even 'on the es, but in all pobability to pick up any loose stock they may strike.- adcleod Gazette. The thieves who recently stole a span of mules at Barker have been captured. The following is the latest story from Benton : A 16-year-old cow boy was driving a steer through Benton the other day. Itot scared and dashed through the beak door of a saloon and out of the front door on a dead run, followed by the daring boy on a pony. As the steer passedi throngh he jumped clear over a table around which were four men engaged in a friendly game of poker, and when the men saw the boy following they dodged under the table, which made the pony's passage easier in leaping over it. Fortnatel the doors were open and were wide enough, both front and rear, to make a good plaee of entrance andexit for the righened steer.-Tranchant The commissioners of Custer county have sent a petition to Washington asking for the removal of the Chey onnes, which is greatly desired by th Indians. The stock growers in meet ing commend the action.-Tranohant. Blaine Republicans of Helena fired a salute of thirty-nine guns in honor of the plumed knight'i nomination. The Independent says : Stand up, Wilber F. Sanders, and whirl the lash around the shrunken shanks of John Schuyler Crosby and the robust form of the editor of the Herald. The 4th-of July oration at Maiden will be delivered by Hon. James Forgus. Tom MeTague, of Deer Lodge an nounces himself as candidate for high sheriff of that county. An iron bridge across Clark's Fork, a mile or so southeast of Bolknap, is about completed. There are said to be over 500 pack animals onjhe Belknap trail now, and that they have all the freight they can handle. Peter H. Conniff, of Maiden, and James B. Phelps, of Neihart, are matched to play a game of checkers for $100 a side. A Buttito named Gerton was recent ly bound over in the sum of $1,000 on charge of stealing $852 from a resi dent of that city last mouth. The bill for the Montana Forest Park, covering the headwaters of the Columbia and Missouri rivers, passed the Senate on the 2d instant. During an encounter with a hungry bear a half-breed Indian, now in the hospital at Fort Maginnis, was severo ly clawed and "chawe d" up. A heavy wager was made at the postofice the other day that Tilden will be the next president.-Press. The Lower Judith Wool Growed' Association will pay an additional bounty of $8 per head for all mount ain lions killed upon the ranges of the . Association. Four tramps broke into a sealed car at Silver Bow last Saturday for the purpose as they stated, of stealing a ride to Garrison. They were discover ed, arrested, brought to Butte, and jailed. The Butte papers are giving Cole's show the very dickens because one of his agents is getting out an advertis ing programme at Butte and will have the printing done at Salt Lake or Chicago. The Independent thinks that Mr. Cole ought to be ashamed of himself. The Black Butte and Moccasin round-up have offered a bounty of $8 per head for all bears killed on their ranges This in addition to the regu lar Territorial bounty of $8 will make bear killing quite a profitable business as a. large bear will be worth in the neighborhood of $75. It is said that Land Commisioner p Lamborn, of the Northern Pacific, has sent the following dispatch to the business men of 3olknap. "The citi zens and business men of Belknap may rest assured that the railroad Co. will do all it can to assist them to perfect titles to the lots they occupy, and that the railroad company will cordially co-operate with them to fur thor the growth and development of that own. There is no longer any ques tion of the value and permanence of the mines, and if your people will op. Y on up the wagon road the future n growth and importance of Bolknanp Swill be assured. There are 20 vagrants in the Butte e jail. o Bozmnan's daily Chronicle has been discontinued. e Bozs:-:tan li's propo, e to orga::izo a military company. Duncan McDonald, the prize fighter has gone to Nova Scotia to visit his parents. . The Idvingston Enterprise does not think that the ofgfl to incorporate that iown.will be .iecessful. The witnes and jurors' fees allow ed at the recent term of court at Miles City amounted to $14,750. Two soldiers confined in the guard house at Fort Assinaboine escaped one day last week, stole two ponies and got across the line in safety. Captain T. P. Fuller United States Collector, received'and deposited to the credit of the Government the sum of $71,880.27 during the months of April and May as collections of inter nal revenue for the district of Mon tana. Six prisoners escaped from the Helena oity jail last Saturday night. Their names are Patrick Sullivan, Patrick Holt, Henry Cokon, Charles Allen, James Watts and Christopher Casey, alias John Brown. So fhr none of them have been recaptured. Among the weekly boarders at Greyso pri. is ltheirrepressible, George Todd. The waters are havn a magical 0oot upon the in c b.ible jester l e can now come pretty near-lytellhnthe truth ones in venteen als . s most intimate ibnds tbink tat in a few days or wreeks at the, farthetdt, he can take a circuit i t eintereit of the foreign msionary ah. The change in our friend Toad is renmarkable and speaks volumes in favor tf those wts as a purifer 6f the thoughts as well as of the 6. In view of this evidence we shall ure upon the editors of the Inter Mountain and Helena dailies the necessity of their engaging rooms at Gregson' tit their earliest conven ience.-Miner. -~---0- A Remarkable Rainfall. There was a remarkably heavy fall of rain last week at Mr. Gurney's on the Muselesholl. The water and hail came down in torrents, and level ground was covered in a few minutes. Ralph Berry, who was returning from martindale, drove his team up to Mr. Gurney's stable and left it untied and went into the house, supposing there would be only a light shower: but when the storm struck, the horses wheeled and ran over the hill into a small ooulee and over a cut bank of about five feet; upsetting the buggy, and, being unable to extricate them selves, were drown by the flood of water which came down where twenty minutes before was perfectly dry. ADVERTISEMENTS. * FOR SALE SIX HEAD WORK HORSES And Two Mules, Six Setri Ilmane, Lead BarI & Chlnis, THREE WAGONS Two !6..ndOne inc. Bheets amnd bows., In. of steel & Co. or id Oarrothers. LARGENT Sun River, Mont. JAMES GIBB, Prop., Corner Main and Second Streets, SUN RIVER, M. T. Boarding by the day or Week. THE EXCHANGE Finest a intod establishment in orthern Montana. 1one Bit rie Finiet 600oI 1[Dt 11 Stock. Recognized Headquarteas of the Sporting Fraternity. ELEGANT CLUB ROOMS Next door from toeell & Co. DAN NETTEKOVEN, FT. SHAW, M. T.. repaoirs all kinds of WATtCHES, UWERY, &C. A specialty of watch repairing. Worn or broken .ar s of watche which have o ben resnwed, wil be returned with watch. B --Satisfaction .:. Guarauteed.. Fresh Lime o GEORGE WHITE I Has frosh white lime for sale at the kiln in Frank's Cnliyon, in the South Fork. Lime delivered or sold at the kiln. e - P itchell House, 0 Head Prickly PeRF Crnyon_ Henlena and Fort Fort B.nton load. A square meal, and a clean, comfortablo bed n ur the inducment. offered to travoelier. The best of Wines Liquors and Olprlh Good atableing for Horses. A' 1-1 n Me )ur MI'rCIIEl.L, PROP. ADVERTISEM'~JNTS. Livery, Feed & SaleStableS. J. W. Nixon, Prop. The finest Turnouts In the Territory will be found at these Stables. Charges Reasonable Give me a Call, 'rt Trountwnrt tw nr U w be urnmlsld wIUb tarn. . . . .. I ..t.-... .. Cor. Brkir An.. a Csw ll 0t. sun Mau e ST. LUMBER. LUMBER. Kisselpaugh, Carter & Co.,:, Would announce to the people of Sun River and the surrounding coun. try that they have. opened a Lumber yard here. First-.Olass Lumber and Building Material at $35. per M. Contractore and Builders will do well to examine there stock ~oQ'T Make any contracts for Lumber until you have figured with these gentlemen. Remember they will not be undersold. A. M. HOLTER & BRO,, Offer For Sale to Meet any Competion at Sun River Crossing, Sun River Ferry, Ulidia, and Landings on the Mo., A complete stock of inber - r-La - l- Shingles, eas ed TL .er, ==seedl.a .as.. "catoched .. la g Windows, Doors, Blinds & Mouldings. Parties desiring to purchase will save money by addressing our agents: Thomas Rose, Thomas Gorham, Sun River, Ulidia, E. D Davis, David Churchill, Sun River Ferry. Shergold. A. M. HOLTER & BRO., Havoe for sale a complete line of -BUILDERS' -:- HARDWARE For bottom figures on Hardware, address A. M. Holter & Bro., Helena. Paynter & Comstock. WHOLESALE -:- DRUGGISTS, have a complete stook of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Homcapathic Medines, Surgical Instruments, Paints. Oils, Etc Bottom palses. Corrupondence solicited. HEELNA, MONT. 1. SILVERMAnN, Proprietor "Eelena. Ar. .ory Arms, Ammunition, Tobacco, Oigars, Tobacco, Fruits and Notions. Main Street, . Helena. "David "E''attoe Has all kinds of Lumber, Lath and Shingles Constantly on hand and for sale at his mill on the South Fork. Or filled and beliver at the lowest figures. P. O. Address, Florence, M. T. Wolf -:- Creek -:- Planing -:- Mill. All kinds of PLANED IUMBES, PLANED AND MATCHED FLOORING Beaide Walnacoatlng, Panel DoorS and Sa made to ortlr, R, N. MORRISON & CO. ADVElRT .MENTS: Clarke, Conrad ANI' Curtin, HARDWAR H uperlor' loo Ml . .toa.. -ALSO- FISHER & 0.'8 A(c'1v wtVto/uiWtr Nmr X1A N prod alol~ t,4whlosic il re. aolerompe ats oenftun J- A ILDa. S o , 54 6&SS M ss a.. Helena, Ment. Roberts and Bg', Manufaeturen sad dealer lan Sawddles, Chaps, Bridtles BIridles, BIts SpaUts, oAnd errrt , Cy l ta r n ris· tenu stnli aharmm mad. Repairing. of all kinds done, on short Notice. GI-o0de Sol. aet "I " a =PBices. Call and examine our stock of igood. Rest., Roberts & Best. El. .. rag. Lo., Dealers in General Merchandise, qoueries, Dry Goods, Boot & Shoes, O1athing and Earldwae JOHNSTOWN, - - - HO~T GO TO THOMAS ROSE'S NOTION STORE For all the leading Papers at publishers prices. Books by all the leading authors. School books, blank books, Bibles, Testaments nand Hymn books. Books for children; books for everybody. A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF Stationery & Wall Paper. Fine fisbing rods and fishing tackle, candies, fruits and nuts. Tobaccos, -: Cigars, -:- Oigarettes -:- and -:- Pipes. Also Jlut seolved: a large uasortment of harp of everr make and styl.. --:Bathing - Rooms- in - Connection:- VTa, ., k.'.so"., Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, &c.,&c. JOB WORI~ SOLIOZITED. Tin Roofing and Spouting a Specialty Ordera from th, Country will reruiro PROMPT and areful altention, and are s.elleteeL ASttck of Builders' Hardwaro on hund, which will be nold ata rreaonable price. MAIN ST., - - SUN RIVER, K. T. 9-14y HOTEL' SAMPLE ROOM. I. S. Corson, Proprieto. Chi'L Wine:, Li:.:'ro andc Cit4an c;:nc-al;:-" c"" ir.n Billiard and Pool Tables. SPPrivate Club Rooms at the dispeeal of parties desiring. MAIN ST., - - - SUN RIVER -141 J. P. Dgs. 8 Cors. The Old R Blacksmith AND WAGON SUN RIVER, shop Mlontan. DYA8 & CORSON, Props. All kinds of repairlna done at resonable rates. A stock of wood and iron on hand. G-eorge Steell, Town Lots and Ranche Property For Sale. Oorrespondence Solicited. Sun River, Mont. .T..'..T3r d"" EC'EB an.. a I-E- 4"i G-I-'r -../ Kissilpaw, Oarter&Oo., CARTERVILLE, - . M. 7 2.16t 'orrespondence Solicited. E;- .-- ~----I--..--. .. TL , Em House and Sign Painters (ontract work soliioted and natlef.ation annrnntocd. MEAT MAREEET Bekenbule & Adams, Proprietors. Fresh Moats, consisting of mBeef utton, Pork, Eto,, constantly on hensL Main St., . - - Sun Rivor, 1.