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BY WILL IIANtS. tll3A , pir Tar. StricllyinAdvance .... $S. Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. Iet, 1884 f lAwI s Aowne s fo o Tna oAST-aUl KI4A TAINSI O'INO RANt PROM IIhglNA e -Atl ntik llRe.prls .................8:o m TRAINS ANIVI P1OM THI WEST 4N 3AatUle EiprR ................. 30.am TRAINS "1N30O WI PROM HUtINA We 1-Paeelfo Eipma. ................:l p Wickes Branch. w el iaa tt.................... tD p is .VO ilobrlld it ..:..... ".......... ltp a a _ .Ote le]IM ......... ...... .... i)l a Helena and Butte Accommodation L.ewf Hela o ...........................aea O, . Arrlve Ti .................... .......1 . IA p Arrle at Hi · ........... ............. nO ip m, ihaw#e7Jms. eima.~ hIma~ma~ adDila-an u EXC$ANOI CULLINGS. Kennedy of Missouls,has introduc- ( ed a bill providing for the posting of estrays in this Territory. We ven ture the assertion that, in the event of its passage, nothing short of thor oughbred stock, of the purest strains of blood, will ever be taken up asses. trays under its provisions; and, even then, the taker up will be lucky if he be net bankrupted before proceedings are ended. In accomplishing the al; olition of the practive of taking up animals on which the taker up may fix his fancy, however, it is doing a good thing, and should become a law if it will do this.-Madisonian. The defeat of the Dearborn county scheme in the House was somewhat I unexpected, as Mr. Taylor, the father and champion of the bill, is a member of that body. But this settles the question effectively and for two years m.ra at least, the matter;of county divsion will be lcst sight oL In two, or at least four years, from now, when the Indian reservations are opened sad nethern Montana has advanced in wealth and population, new coun ties can be organized with some show i of justice, and by that time it may be that we can have a general rearrange meat ofcounty lines. There will not 5 be many regrets over the defeat of 1 the Dearborn oounty]bill except on I the part of a few who expected bene its in the way of an office or some- I thing of that kind.- -Press. Oh, you I old mossback. how you cjiatter. The suferings of Gen: Grant, as desorlbbed by his physfcians, in the New York.World, are somethiug-ter' rible. To the anguish of the cancer, which is eating his life away, is added acute neuralgia, which, as every one knows who has been afflicted with it, can come aboit as near making life intolerable as anything. The physi cians do not believe that he can, at the furtherest, live through the month of May, and admit that his death at any time need cause no surprise. Still, he works at his book, and, when pain assails him with all its power, he hardly makes a sign. He knows that he is soon to die, but turns to where "Death's pale flag advances," the same unruffled look that he wore when'the fate of his army, if not of his countryhung upon his making no mistakee. No dying couch in Ameri ca was ever so sorrowed over as Gen. Grant's.--Salt Lake Tribune. And now Dakota has followed the example of Wyoming and Washing ton Territories in extending the right of suffrage to women. It has been aotually found out that our political fabric will survive even such a radical change as this. The actual reduction of the principle to the test of experiment has not, so far as we have ever learned, justified the hopes of female suffragists or the fears of its opponents. We admit that the experiment has not yet gone far enough to speak of results establish ed. The Eastern States say that it is well enough to, allow the experiment in the sparely settled Territories where the females are in a great mi I;ority and where the lone bachelors want to hold out inducements for women to come and settle among and around them. We believe the most anthusiastic advocates of this change will admit disappointment at the re salts attained; at the general indiffer once of a large portion of the women who have a right to vote. The goner ulty of women vote as their husbands or brothers do, and it makes little difference with the general results and the division of parties. So far as legislative protection of the substan tial rights of women are concerned, it Ssems to advance no faster with the allowance of female suffrage. When it comes to questions of controlling the liquor traffic, prizo-fighting and such other social and moral qnestions there is little doubt but that thir fo. male vote would go pretty solid in one direction. And it is this foer thatt will present the sturdiest opposition from the male voters. With this, the ¢reoitest odstacle in the indifference of women to have and exercise this ndditionnl ri!:ht. Htrnld. A Motatnalia Atnazon A friend in the East sends us n clipping from the Cincinnati Cow ntercial Gazette, which contains the following concerning one of Helena't well-knownl "girl's." "My name is Mollie Gore: I'm from Helena, Montana; I keep a conce'; hall there." Thus spoku an attractive young wo nman il Jlnurkhardt's Foulrth street street store ye.terday afternoon. In five minmtes she looked at and itonght two elegant sealskin Newmwu'kets, paying therefor $750. She emptied the porkets of the cloak she wore, took it off, and, putting one of.the seal garments on, directed that the other be sent to the Queen City Hotel. Shortly after she had left the store one of the salesmen found, on a table in the ladies' boudoir. where the gar. ments had been shown to the girl from Monfana. a roll of bills amount ing to $900 a diamond pin worth a thousand or two, and a package of eigarette. Word was at once sent to the hotel, which was the first intima tion she had that she had lost anqy thing. . While in the store she spoke of investing $1,500 in diamonds. and pleasantly referred to her residence an Montana as flowing with cham )t' younl woman was not the wife of a roller-skating rink proprie tor. She is nother than Ada Foy. a Covington girl, well known in this city, who went on the stage at Wood's Theater several years ago, and whose somewhat adventarons career has not infrequently been the subject of news paper articles. She appears to be roll ing in wealth. Horses Gone, ci Messrs. Green, Niehoff and Mor ron brothers have. been for the past week engaged in rounding up their horses. At the conclusion of the work it was found that Henry Niehoff is short about twenty horses and F John Green seventeen or eighteen. ( Not being whore they were in the habit of ranging the country was c thoroughly searched but no trace of them could be found. There is a strong probability that they have been stolen by Indians during the winter. The stock taken from Green were nearly all saddle horses, and quite a number of saddle horses were taken from Niehoff. Another vigorous search will be mado.-Press. Some Still Stay. The citizens' committee in starting i a number of "hard cases" on their ' summer tour some time ago, did not, it seems, start enough of them. Hel ena is still cursed with a goodly num ber of thom. Every day or two com plaints are heard of their depreda tions. Several days ago, Mr. O'Neil, living in the south part of town found that some would-be burglar had at tempted to oenter the house during his absence. Not being able, for some reason or other, to effect an entrance a by the door or window, the miscreant had attempted to saw a section out of one of the house logs, but, it seems, a was disturbed by some one, and so failed to complete the undertaking. Citizens will do well to look to their looks and bolts.-Indopondent. Navigation of Hudson Bay. The exploration commenced last summer to determine the feasibility of establishing a line of steamers from Fort Churchill through Hudson Bay and Straits to Europe, will be contin ued the coming summer. The Otta wa Government, is fitting out the Dominion screw steamer Lauedowne, 488 tons burden, to proceed to Hud son Bay in June, to continue observa tions commenced by the steamer Neptune last year, and to bring home in the fall the several parties who wintered along the coasts of Hudson Straits and Bay for the purpose of making observations. Parliament last year voted $100,000 for this ser vice, and year will vote $80.000 more, the object being to discover if possi ble, whether or not Hudson Bay can be safely navigated during the sum mer months as an outlet for the pro ducts of the Northwest Territories. ---0*-· ·- Talks of Seceediag There is hot blood in Manitoba, and the talk of the malcontents is for se cession from the confederation, and for changing Manitoba into a crown colony. The Winnipeg Sun insists Manitoba shall not be the serf of pol s iticians or art admiui:itrative platform prepared a thoushnd miles away, and s it gives the Federal Ministry to un r derstand that the people will not per I mauently accept a position inferior to t that of other Canadians. The Ottawa e administration is charged with "sot ting up an audacious claim to a pro p riotary ownership of the country by n purchase," and Mr. Norquay is con demned for promoting the establish Ls mont of a commission nominated by ,o the Ottawa Ministry, instead of seour sing a regular provincial government, s representing the people of Manitoba. - There is a very breezy condition of it affairs in Manitoba.- -Horald. 1o TEIIIIRRITOIAL MAKE-UP. K Benton will rinkulate. d A postollice hua boon established at Buev.±r Creelk. Hoelena ha;l ia 1ollor-skating contost t last Satulrday. n Helona has been visited by the fire Sfiend frequently, of late. S Antelope Shirt, who escaped from a the 13Bnton jail some months ago was renptured Ist week. Theodore F. Singisor, late delegate from Idaho, has been appointed and confirmed register of thie land oflice at Mitchell, Dakota. Singiser has been an oflice-holder every since he was old onough and his friends seem disposed to give him as long a claim on public service as possible. His capacity for wine and his love of wo men which eommnended him to the notice of ex- president Arthur are said to have placed him in his posi tion.- -Enterprise. One of the largest cattle ranches in the world was recently sold by Capt. Richard King of Texas, for 411.00. 000, to the United States Investment company. The property consists of 800,000 acres of land and 200.000 head of cattle, sheep and horses-Ex. An intelligent compositor and re sposible proof-reader in handling the latest books about Dickens have brought down the wrath of all Maw abusett upon poor Dulby. who is made to describe Hston as the "iut of the UniverM." LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Luý m O mrras A? WRmaa. M T. ! eNotes th trlowiLm ae tl ve ifs make fnal puuod i t appmed betoa thet m, end that mes idrf will be hf00or Ite,. Mrt stand eseIer MA U.l.sm.M T. em Ap.41 I1, John W. Eddy, attornfo W y for arPpW . tion 2 and 14.E 0 tlt 4 od setioin 1 Niwss No ce of Final Entry. H nane tlflA owino wieses hib ootlon to m pf n nd culn o vottuo n.o s . nild tadt vida Foe Oo w T rner. Bor Al. Thomoas auelwel a A r Norh, a of C estnutt t . f ot a DIN O 4 an R ehister. John W. Eddy, attornt Ai.t.oro apppriclt. 1, Notice of Final Entry. Lo. AN Ofror A aLNsia' , 1W . T.S NOTICE i hereby gien that thfollowing named settleor hlsed noutice of his inten. ttou to make prold in supnort of hbt claimo od ma t id ad proof wlll e marde before .hWn . enoer. Dupay C 'lrk of the Third JideTalD 10. op .4 NE r.4t o W9, towsh. p2S of R w. He names the followlng witannses to prove his soninuous areidne upon. and uNOreationw o said !and. via: Julkn F nurd. W imn D J s. Charles It Scotlln and Dick Kiss; all of Dupoy F. ADKINSON, ResiLster. Notice of Finar'Entry. LAND OrFIcE AT anLNA. K. T., March 2. IW5.. NOTICEC is hereby alwn that the following named settler he' fl|(ed nicte of Iis intention to make final prof In support of his claim, and that sid proof will be made before ('brles L. Spencer. DeputvClerk of thTidirdJudlcial DIe. tri t Court of Montanm end for ('hotn county, at Fort bnton M. T., on Aprll 10.188., via Ju'ian F ltnr. who mod, pre--mption b. 8. No 4719 for the r SW oVI W !i 1i3 '., suction 10, township I8 N of iRt 7 W. Ieh nane., tl. following witmeesee to prove his eontinnne rinlpenco upon, and coltivwtion of, sold land. via: Jamnes Drone, William I) Jonas, Clrlortslt Scoin and Dick lWg; all of Dupuyer, M. T. F. ADKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. LAND Orrioe AT Unr i.NA, MONT., S185. NIOTIOR in hereby lved that the following nnmod ' ttl.cr hao filed notlon of Iri y nt-n tlon to minik ial tlroof in oupport of his el.lm, ilnd thatt he nasld proof will hb made hh'.fro ('h L pi.ner, Deputy ('irk of the Third Jn'lill Districnt CCurt of Monrm gfor ('hotnau county. at Fort Benton, M T, on April 10 1885, viz: William D Jones. who mad.. pre.omntion D. B. No .124 for tiet, HM 1. H . '4. n 138, Nl t NE 14, see 2, township 28 N of It W, lot 4. Ile nnme tLi followingr witnpienr to prove hif continuous rtsidence upon, and cultivation of dwll land viz: Julian N Bard, Jams M Deans, Charlle It Beffin and Dick King; all of Dupuy er, MT. F. ADKINSON, Register Notice of Final Entry. LAND Orrmo AT IILPNA, MT. Febrouar 2t, i. l. I.ITICN ia horey giv,'n that the following. S•named seltler has filed notice of his mien. tion io makn final proof In support of his claim, and that wid proo will be ~ tfore Cohae . Spcncer. Dto ttr laerk of thehn i Judi:cial dl.. Otr tm t of Mlontna .n and fo Recister. tyot hrt Ion , M. , o .Ai888 ia9t . tpphlaat oai Io o9 for the m t4 (b bE qla 4 and INWivar lW i re14, tp19, b , 11 -1 Merdh2nth wsaimofs: i4 an duinti s nenamesthe llowing wiltnesses to prove hle continuuns esa.ence.uon. nad ultivation of,. sMid d, vitl awnlpns o.LMpon, ndmewA wlCk e, onowtho on 0.l Martims AenDonr, ill of Ostro. Am INoON, Reter. Notice of Final Entry LAND OiVIOI5 7 AT IIaNA, MONT., February 5 1185. Nl OTIC i hereby iven that the ioiownag. ame settler f ies tied noticeof hil intention to n ake l proof in support of his claim, and that nid proo wil be m d beforth Regis.r 8. b,(/t for the s e !; of e4 sct on 10, township ,I r ndr, u r and ti he ; of wK andlot l, lo Iti, name the followlna witnesses toY ptvn hi eontinuou reidene upon, and cultivation of. said 1lnil, vis: Alphoam. l tmpkin, Andof e . Knowlton, RJohn O. Vattn ie i and Uarwin Da John W. Eddy, Attor; for AppD .ltster. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND Orz'on AT f Ha1NA, MONT.. N OICE da herebyivoen that the Hoilowl tg. w ol resma ettler haw fled notiee of his minttin Intoa proof in i suppot of his i lai m iiid that aid proof will be ma le teforel tier dti tir and Ditciver of the U. i. Land Offie nt lnt. antr, MIr , tin March reAt, IuI, vie au id n h. dh ureIlell, iw on md homeltead sppl 2loat io for lota 5 n 6, s w !. n o! • n w % a'seotian 4 io aton i trwnid t, i n ton of r 2 o. He name tlhe following witnesses to prove his continuous rwidslde upon, aud cultivton of isaid land, viI: William t. Wuthrie, of nelena. ontaniuwt, Obuort 0ahni. Wllahun Ulm aenti Nichols B. AOln, of l n o irwnr. . T. F. ADKINi.ON, lRelster. Notice of Final Entry, LcLAND OF i' ATrIAIirtA, M T. Fobruur y 15, 1885 NIOTIC1 Is heroby given that the followlng. "naln, d settler has filhd his intentol n to make Iro will oni ldbefori tata t Rei l,,ister anlald . rive:r ilf the t SH. li (utica at lhlon, hi, T. on ) olnApil h, 145, viz: Alphonzo lampklrin; wlho matde .lrol:mption D H 1557 for the I o' of il w t, i µ n w 4 and tt 5 in suction towllship 21 , i iltuenacles thi following wit ineve to prove bis f contlnuolt r.eid'nloe u eo0 aund ucultivation of soid Iund, viz: Johllni liat euv indew Ci. aKnowlton, Jollhn O. nttihu.u n Darwin D Outruns. All of ']olnmvot --,l. T. F. AD KINHON, Receiver. John W, Eddy, Attorney for upplicant. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND OIr'ICr. AT IrIY.r.NA. ) Ftbrunry 14, t"14 it ý, tll' r h, tin I " ,,I) I ,'¢ of hl s illlcl tinall I ;ltto on April 1, Itt . vlz: Willilam Ii. Vl.al-r.n who ilrld1 It ',, ,,lt)lnptil 1) H N o 4'177 lfor tlh l!i S .;W ' , .c 8 ' 2 3, i N W '. I 8o l. Ir 5, t p 2 5 N o f II W \ I'. ADIKIi' OS , ilat·l·er, There are Breakers A.ead! But they do. not scare us. We wait not for danger signals, but throw to the winds both prices and profits! Realiang the fact that there are huge stocks of goods now unsold, we have determined to show that by energy and pluck our 5ick ca b1 reduced to proper proportions. 0-ARRIS OF H1ELEn1 NE PRICE !- CLOTHIER SQUARE DEALING Offers a line of goods that will induce a purchase if low prices are any consideration, anyone can get suited; and oiffers a systemof busin that pleases all men of fair minds. Where a child can purchase as cheaply as the smartest buyer none can be injured, and that is our Iystem. One price and plain figures. It don't smit old fogies but we do not care. On Monday, December 15th. we place on our cheap counter a line of 500 suits at $7.00, $8.00, and i10.00, which we defy any dealor to duplicate for less than $10.00, $13.00, $10.00. We also place on our cheap counter 800 Overcoats at $5.00, 67.00 and $9.00, for which you will pay $8.00, $11.00 and $14.00. REMEMBER! We have cut loose. Profits Go, And so will Goods i lI. . O d.e- will Receive Ca O eful .Atte tion . $ . ZE.A. RIS, a uST. LOUIS MAIN *TREET.EE ..EN Phil. A. AManiz, AUGUSTA, M T, Dealer in GENERAL -:- MERCHANDISE LUMBER & SHINGLES. The people of South Fork will find by examing my stock of goods that I am fully able to-meet their demands, in qualty and price. I have recently received a large stock of goods. Ieopt., P. A. MANIX. P S. H ale & Co., (HALE'S NEW BLOCK), Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dru s, Chmica1s and Medicines Fancy Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils & Brushes. And all Roods to he found in a thnmorutly stocked drug store. Particulnr attention Riven to orders from country physicia. m .nd cutomere. All mru:,ilre warranted freih end .nulin, and of the best quality ~-orael ancd .a.tt.e cndition powdret sheep dip, Sc. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. E. B, LARGENT & CO., Dealers in General Merchandise, Grooeries, DryGoodh, Boots 8& Shoes, Clothing and Hardware. JOHNSTOWN, MOST 1 " Imparts a tborouh sad practioal education iv : " isu`Mcommuercial branchines. The advantakee of tide institutlpi equal to unp of the far. Tommercia lle ý ege. Tuitio n e no hsher Kiotsset flar te c r& Coo. Tie earn. txt s and manner of instrautions are used here ao 811. te l&e.ading Biyant a Strltton mmenr. p and AboUk-kRtln t gs pecialtr. C CARTERVILLE, It. T. nS14 , Correspondence Solicited. JOHN LARCENT, EAS 5IOM DEUIlABLI TOWN AND RANCH PROPERTY For ale at reasonable rate. eorreepondeouae ollecitd. ua River. M. T. 2-14r Bird Tail House! Best of accommodations fonr the travelipg pub i.. Good stabli and out and ray. elAs st all bours. SalooN and Billiard alil attached. Give us a eall. JA. LEE. Proprietor JAMES MANIX, COTRATOR AND BMILDER Of Brick and dtone Work. Speoial attention given to plastering Ia all its branolhe. Estimaste furnished on application. un River, Most. AND NORTHERN Stage IT.4., Three trips a wee between Sun River and Old Agency; Tue.iday, Thursday and Saturday. RAPhlIEr, MOItGAN, Proprietor. Helena &lentonStage Line Coach for Helena loaves fun Riv er every ovening at 8 o'clock, except Sunday evenillg. C(onchfor Fort IBenton loaves Sun Rliver every morning at 4 o' clock, except Monday morning J M POWERS, Manager, MICHAL OXARAR r. rmnded sme as cuDteep .lso owner of honse bruded on left thigh ranpbetwoea North fork of Bun river unp Deep Poet ofee -Anatsta, Montana O.n -UAL: Wn ll roken saddle, draft and Also sevral blooded stallions from 19 to 14 hands high COX & THEBO. Also T, C on left Shoulder, ^ on left hip. tall.uo--'l'dtoM, Willr.w ('reek and Deep Creek, P. t), Add,'uc--Choteau, Montana, Well lwroken sMddlo, druft and buggy bosses eonustantl onu hand and for soalu Will H Clarke I nANCHOR. lh.A' ir,l -Sun liver Also owner of M hbri.l on left rllu'del reW,.ilCk, l , nldru l al hg h ,s i.l\ .yi. hJallllll(|d rli far |sl, ..i,,ll. ('so.r or WIrLLj II. tL Llslcla a. Canadian Pacific RailwaY Notice to Stockmen, The CANADIAN PACIFICo AILWAY COMPNY are now prep red to ofer , cilities for the transportation of CATTLE from MAPLE CREEK, N. W. T., to Cilcag0, St. Louis & other EASTERI .1M OUR INDUOEMENTS: Low rates, fast time and good attention to stock. Good feedi, stations at regular intervals along the road. No duties to pay, a stock can be sent through in bond without extra cost. It will pay tb Stookmen of Montans to inquire into the advantages of this route. Address ROBT. KERR, Gen. Freight Agent. WZNNIZzNPa, Manito . I jl ll _ - FORT 8HAW LIVE 8TOCK COMPNY. F GEO. HELDT, rv. VateS left ,he., se cretar y. P.O.. Address-Ft. Shaw, M.T. Lar querop .j, RANGE--South side or BSu mask ftwo uaadraihsu· River. Iloree broad.- aleft shoulder, torsee bread.eSL . d" Also owners ol'oattu branded.-, 4gdM A. Pembriie. fnnnon-- o u th Rao: n r . .1' I( r drcn Ft. `,rw. Ilone brand eme ua cat W. P. Turner& Sons. TIOROUHBKEI SHORT-lOBl Yearling Bulls For Sale. PRIOl $00.00 Also owners of the followin brands: Pon lift ribs. WT on left sholder. Won left oulder Ton left tlold . -P 0.dJr--Forat Conred, via Ft. eantes. Alex. Werk. RNoaA-We t Fork Rmlthhrver PeatOffice Addrees--Ulldla, II T Ed. Mathews. Vent am .as brand oulelft shoullcr _ a n e--outh of Al Dupee IANGIC;E Siuth ForkRun hli cr. P. . Addrse., Vhiren.me, M. I. James Adams "I1orle brand;on lft ,houl ler. F $ Goss, Fork I 'O Addrif FIlorence Owner of fl lowing bl.ad 0 on left kip W oan U it nd ame ui nL John Laird ow Crtreek [Animal brand, d name a, abote oeldifil Owner of L band on lift Lip. Ellis & Berkenbule, palt Olfce ad dresSc, IsluviU . Ioniaaa. Ear mark" half under 0a0 on left o;a Alae owllrel the folIo wli brdn: Son lft hip. Thomas Clary, The Cochrane Ranche Co. [IMITR.] hlotrr rlollliO lffo, C[€ ii o rrue+ deutlt.................... ' llm .'O!A Vh.o............... ....... NoS otld'l'lrleu .. ............. . iM pnal or loaplnn a. Venat'-Inverted t oan loft lhii). tll rir. Also Owa ,r n of ontlo withd. rWlip.llO eapanmo and nouapaaeon rig 111h hip. Mount Head Ranch CcmPany' 11.It1Trzrl] Ilunre-llh p,; eW,. .,: il¥s I I., ,,r I~r I~r