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Independent (Newspaper) - July 21, 1880, Helena, Montana VOL 13. MONTANA TERRITORY JULY 21 1880. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR Bohm Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in AND FURNISHING 1880. Established 1867. CHARL MARKHAM WHOLESALE AND DEALER IN AND Manufacturer of Harness and Saddles HIDING t PISTOL 1 I SIDE L BO I 1 8PAK1SB t I j SPURS Montana Concord Harness Collars Round and Flat Bridle Ivory and Horn Martingale Etc. LEATHER HAD 1IOU8IM1R, ANKLE ROOTS I KERSEY I I CORUT I LEATHER GIQ i MAKE 1 SLIPPEE st Cash Price Paid for Hides REPAIRING DONE SHORT I llf s MININC MACHINERY 1 1 1 ou i1 IS Ninety-Five Per 8TERLIH6 RUBBER 1LADK BV TllE NEW I if m of l an init NICK Sole Agent for M. T. Monthly Drawing of tbe At THEATRE In Die ot AUTHORIZED BY THE AND SUSTAINED BY ALL THE COURTS OF to a contract matif with ot viul OCCUR ON LAST DAT OF EVEllY AFD FKI DAYS tbe ot UVE term tnall UK on Tne United SUies Court OH U ren tde follow ing Com pan r Iw tbe Attention tA tbe liberal baa popular and tor JULY 1 100 1 I WD 18.000 1 PrUe MW 1.000 10 10.00O 30 B B Prizes ioo 9 ion 1 MO Half 27 950. 66 Remit Post Bank Draft or Express To i nan re and nnd places of residence giving nil in bur of All toon trie Ira lion ud for tit dels loR Journal Brood New Tone Dr. SPINNEY 11 all Chronic WHO NAV HE tbo effects ot foil lei or will do well to Mm booc laid at tbd altar Of human I OK SPINNEY will Io forfeit for every case of or ot anj kind or bo ia at tbe of thirty are troubled too of the often or and a of tbe system In a manner tbe cannot On the di aften be at will or color be of a attain to torpid urn men die of IMS ignorant of is tlic second stage of Dr. S a Dim in all and a of the urinary organs aoi n to from 10 to 11 M. anil S. Of of tor a cure all will bo Kunito on receipt of ten Call or 11 San near the hod of Main We oo tn old and new with ibe Ml ot the Intuit or anil OPT Also a One of nnd of Montana and O. O. Auditor W B at M Grant p. 0, Auditor of the for six I urn t boron eh I j with iln ft attention given Io the Of of all Matt and Will piw Mie Supreme Court ot 8 Court of Land P. Hon. JM of U U. SULPHUR CURES lie THE KFM cults RHEUMATISM ASP AND OP THB COUNTERACTS Standard External Remedy for and Injuries of the not only s TIIE Ail from local impurities of tho blood and obstruction of the but also those pi educed by the sun ana such OS kiu rind It renders the SMOOTH and and being WHOLESOME is fu preferable to any All REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF arc insured nv THE USE or fat tion to i is effects remedies and VEMS i and It also PIS INFECTS and anj PREVENTS DISEASES 11Y CONTACT with the IT Dissolves and retards of tlie speak of it in and 50 Cents per per Box 60c. ami 20. HAIR AVD Black 53 CL I. 1 N B bv on vf aod 3 Hrr CiLe I Am MONTANA For Wool sad and am to say the Full Market For the Wool of tills Tern MT Principal Office Will be in PARIS THE REMEDY ft Cure ex- haunted LOST in AH MOO O. aod all of self- t and ex- In as Loss of Nocturnal to 80- of Vision In tlie vital Du id in ma and ny Mber dl states to Insanity and death Bit. HUNT IB will agree to forfeit tote VITA hta optical Impure found la It. VK all Private nut ion and of tie or gent to any receipt ol orC Iron i sod In private If by A. m. 1 1 Han KIDNEY kinds of and madder Complain For bjr all 00 a Mz bottles SI 00 PI tbp bml and ana euro in Uw brail To Wool Martin Co. 98 Pectoral Mass. Solicit Consignments of to which they will give their best or BC Will of the less on of WRM a A FAMOUS DUEL The Fatal Meeting Between Broderick and AU El c ToA Tike immediate cense of the quarrel grew out of a made by Teny he the Democratic State coo in ia 183d. He called Broderick an arch He are the ol one the personal of a single individual whom they are They hear body and breeches to David C They Are yet ashamed to acknowledge their aod are Douglas it well knuwn tc IU to thut galUnt Senator from voice has always been in the advocacy of Democratic who now not disunited Irom tbw baa no affiliation with no feeling in common with Mr aod I am mistaken in de- their tight to claim Douglas as their Perhaps they do sail under the of but it is the banner of the Black came la not Stephen Broderick read speech while nt breakfast in the International and I he remarked to D. W. ft lii N. and a Mend of the that Terry baa been me. 1 now take back the remark that I once that he the only judge on the Supreme I wai his when he was In need of wbich I am Had the Vigilantes tee disposed of him as they did of they would bare done a lie alluded to Terry's arrest by the in 1850, charged with ting a nisD named Sterling A. in the attempt to free from arrest Reuben Had Hopkins Terry would probably have As U it took tbe press and to save hi in from resented Tie professed to he a warm friend of Judge and even went ao far as to challenge tbe Senator on hla own Ills challenge was curtly declined with the contemptuous remark I 6ght only with gentlemen ol my own Parley hurried off to Terry and repeated slighting The spark did not need It was already The Judge wrote a letter in- to Which Broderick returned tbo following December 0. 1850. HON. D. S. of tins date baa been The made by me were occasioned by certain allusions of yours concerning In tlie Convention at acd re- ported in the Union of the 33th ol June Upon the topic alluded to in your note of this my so fat as my serves was aa ring Judge Terry's incarceration by the Vigilance Committee I paid a week to support ID de- I have also stated heretofore that I considered him tho only honest man on the Supreme But I take it all You are tbe proper judge us to whether this affords good ground for I etc D. C Judge Terry considered the Senator's remarks and there waa a resort to the practicing law in San S 11. Brooka Comptroller nt tho aod Thomsa attended to bis and Joseph C. David D. Col too and Haskell acted for Senator r f The held a conference and the were examined und Judga won tbe choice ot weapons by the tots of K half Mr. Hayes marked oft tbe prescribed ten find warned 8 pec tutor 9 to get out of the hoe of Meantime tbe respective seconds were busied about their Tbe Terry party were cool and as old bands at the Mr. friends were apparently nervous nod lies tat One incident was not caU to put the Senator in good heart Mr. partly on tied the Senator's ond walked a few paces hia hands aa though overcome by hu lie then returned and re- moved tho Broderick waa dressed in a long bluck and wore wool bat down over bia Terry waa When the principals were played tbe punctilios of tbe code were Terry's chief Hr. and passed his bands closely over hia and for ben made a similar examination ot but be only touched bis to hie bowed and It has been 11) ought irritated the Senator und bis this Mr. bad taken some en in from his vest pocket aod pawed them to Terry gave hii loom C lunge to Bee who scattered It contemptuously on the All things being iu the pistols were cocked and tbt hair triggers ftl by the They were then delivered to the It was observed at this time that Mr. Broderick Appeared nervous and ill at lie repeatedly the of his as though they Were to hia lie wee also somewhat out of and Hr. corrected Broil trick closely measured with hin eye ground between himself and Ben ham read the conditions ol the and Mr. Col ton followed with instructions to the Ho had wnn the Broderick wna Mill but Torry stood nod a silhouette against the eaily morning The men held mumle A moment At painful silence said Mr tn clear yen Both bwt Broderick delayed few He then am was a report from Senator's II wot In a by Terry's pistol wus discharged before be brought it to a This was probably LT the fineness of tbe hair-trigger and bla want of familiarity with that particular The ballet burled in the of tbe distance between and bia It waa a did line shot falling abort of Broderick bad the reputation of being an expert with the and this result prised those who knew hia With the crack of Terry's weapon Broderick turned half and then made an to recover his Theio words were proved by hii to maintain an upright He ed until dually he fell prone ou the with His pale face toward the He waa bard The wounded Senator Itty on the swaid hu bead supported bia Cotton and Hia Dr was and seemed uncertain how to and incapable of taking prompt life waa ebbing and his face was one of Terry's on behalf of hia tendered the ices of his Dr. for God's exclaimed wbo was greatly some otie or Broderick will die where he Dr. Hammond then came to Dr. and cut away tho wounded man's exposing the chest and tbe It waa a sorry With every breath arterial blood spurted from tbe wound in bright jeta aod the fair The group surrounding the len man Strength of fortified by abstemious might enable him to bold death off for a abort but the brightness of the blood told that he was The ball shatter ed tbe right breast between the second and third passing under tbe fracturing tbe aud then took a course over tbe through tbe upper lobe of tho left striking the fifth rib on the left proceeding pasted tbe left IU tortuous course was most and the ing of the vitala must liave been Ho wonder the senator was unable to maintain an erect position for a and uo wonder that he aank nerve to the on hie dying to hie fast friend tbe soldier and they were the last worda he spoke to I tried tn stand when I was but I could The blow blinded Terry remained in bis His arms were and the muzzle of a pistol projected behind He stood with face raised and an enquiring aa though awaiting a demand for a second His coolness and nerve were shown in the just after lie delivered the shot is not I two inches to tbe Others say his words were- I struck him a little too assured of the helpless condition of his he moved toward the carriages and then drove hastily to the lie went to where be owned a and events Here be arrested on the 33d ot tember by twu San Francis so police cer brought to the city and put Broderick was removed from the ground three-quarters of an hour after he wits plated on n in a spring and taken to the residence of hta at Black lie lingered in great pain until September 16th, and expired at in the An Complexion like a sweet excellent tiling in woman Whore It docs not Isc it may be imparted by cial SULPHUR removes all the unpleasant ol duet nod obliterating tan and all other decolorations of the ekin more than it a healthy tint to the and a and smoothness to the seek and It is the fashionable cosmetic at tbe watering as science vouchee for its no lady need be afraid to use it. Be ware of See that N. printed on each without which none is Sold by druggists ut 25 three GO cents A. fitting toilet is INSTANTANEOUS HAIR which Changes gray or any obnoxious color to a beautiful black or brown in the space of a few and contains no mineral Follow fast upon irregularity of tbe The liver is thrown out of the stomach is hampered by undigested sick headache and in tho region of the livet bly But by breaking the partial blockade which produces and ing the avenue ol discharge with that IU pur I a lively fine Stomach a of these ders speedily takes Nothing can be more dissimilar from the action of a drenching purgative than that of tbe be- nign alterative The laxative effect is produced without pain or inconvenience aod the excretory organs are invigorated welt as which ia not case when they are abruptly coerced into action with a cathartic of Interior efficacy and violent The nee of the Bitten win soon be found by one ol pated to be productive not only ol the result but of general benefit to The Wilt sell their celebrated Belts to the afflicted upon 30 Spee cure They what they Write to them NO 104 tt w hart to tuy two jtan ot elected to Congress from Md oo he patting Democratic lu office in it one of the of No head of department eta wort to refuse to ant the of the rather to etx or tight IB in one department by It is among of Newspaper Bow when black bone ud are to front of the Philadelphia Democrat into the Mr. Randall's experience aa a soldier was but There is In phia a cavalry company known aa the City It WM organized in 1774, and I at one time the body guard of General It is be- yond question the oldest unbroken iu the tad it baa been composed of rich and I am error it haa OB all the right ot the even though regular regiment mar be in the To this company Mr. Randall belonged at the breaking out of the The company offered Its to the government for deye and were The their own and and accepted no Mr. promoted to the rank of and finally became net or The served under General and It waa Mr. Randall's letter to the War Department that first called attention to the great capacity of old Pep aa Captain Randall took bis Troop back to he wae complimented for hie the Governor of and by orders from the War Holding tn Montana Tear 188O. FIRST In at Virginia second Tuesday in second Monday in first Monday to July for trial of ones without a In at Brat firat io second Monday In IB Jefferson third Tuesday in first Monday in Sep In Cutter Monday in third Mood ay 1 n Ia Deer Lodge at second Monday in Fust First Monday In Io fourth Monday Io second Monday in Mo In at firat Monday in second Monday in Octo- In aad at Helena first Monday in first Monday io In at Diamond City third Monday in tbird Monday io In Choteau at first Man day in third Monday in U. S. are also beld at Virginia Deer Lodge nod Helen at tbe same tbat tbe territorial are beld at those and so much at the first days at tbe may ia devoted to the trial of causes arising nader tbe constitution and lawa ot tbe United BLOOD by whooping Homr or AMD TAB relieves it. TOOT a AC HE DROPS CURB IN Mm UT for 1889 The following an the appointments of Bishop ia foi tho present year July 10th, at Red July 19th and 25th, at Bozeman and Fort July at July at Lower July 28tli. at July 20tb, at July 30th, at Aug. at Helena Aug. at Aug. 8th, at Ben Aug. 15th, at Shaw and Sun Aug. 21st, at White Sulphur Aug. at Aug. at Helena and Aug. at Aug. 31st, at Sept. 2U, at Sept. 3rd at Son at Sept 6th at Lembi Sept. 12th, at Sal mom Dip WOOL OW mp Is weave BBO Dissolution warmer in manufacture ot it bT tnai will M Nick wlm win pay all and collect an M. June m. CHARLES D. NOTARY PUBLIC
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