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   Independent (Newspaper) - July 21, 1880, Helena, Montana                                VOL 13. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 1880. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR ftreenliood, Bohm Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 1880. Established 1867. CHARL MARKHAM WHOLESALE AND IttTAlL DEALER IN AND Manufacturer of Harness and Saddles HIDING SADDLES, t PISTOL ROISTERS, 1 HOBSK COLLARS. I BItMNO BRtDtlt, SIDE SADDLES. L BO rFALOllOBES. I SAttDLta, 1 8PAK1SB BITS, t BOCK8KIN3. I UOB3E BttDSBEs, j HEZICAN SPURS Montana Concord Harness Collars Round and Flat Bridle Fillings. Ivory and Horn Martingale Rings, Etc. LEATHER TIOSETTES. HAD 1IOU8IM1R, ANKLE ROOTS I KERSEY G1O HODStNOS I fAKCY FBONTB, I CORUT COHBS I LEATHER GIQ BOOSING8, i MAKE COMBS. 1 SLIPPEE STTtlRtTPS, Highf st Cash Price Paid for Hides Fnrs, REPAIRING DONE SHORT BTOTJOK I llf s MININC MACHINERY in.i1. 1 1 1 )K ou i1 i' i' CH1CACO.ILL, IS Ninety-Five Per Cent: 8TERLIH6 RUBBER BOOT, 1LADK BV TllE OO. NEW HIVUN. COXN. I if Bittcat m of l Baitw, JitlC an init NICK MILLEIM, Sole Agent for Montana, HELENA, M. T. Monthly Drawing of tbe At MACAUJiEY'S THEATRE In Die CItj ot Saturday, July3lf I88O. T1IESE DRAWINGS. AUTHORIZED BY THE LEGISl.AlUllE AND SUSTAINED BY ALL THE COURTS OF RENTVCCV. anording to a contract matif with ttiu ot tiio rrant'ori, Krant, viul OCCUR BEGULAKLY ON IHfc LAST DAT OF EVEllY UllNTU (SUNDA1S AFD FKI DAYS EKCEPTEDUOr tbe PBTIQU ot UVE TEARi, term tnall UK on Jua4 Tne United SUies Ulrcil't Court OH Mw< U   KFM cults RHEUMATISM ASP COUT. llkiLS AND OP THB CmiCLK AM) COUNTERACTS CONTAGION. Tin) Standard External Remedy for Erup- tions, and Injuries of the Skin, not only s I'ROM TIIE CoMi'LExioN Ail BLEM- ISHES nriiinc from local impurities of tho blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those pi educed by the sun ana wind, such OS kiu rind ficctilcB. It renders the CUTICLI UAK.VLLOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and rLtvtT, and being WHOLESOME BEAVTIFIER is fu preferable to any cosmetic. All Ttlt REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SuL- PHUR Itvrus arc insured nv THE USE or Sttlphitr Soap, fat addi. tion to i is punfjing effects remedies and PKE- VEMS KIILUMA i IS.M and Gour. It also PIS INFECTS Cl-OllIING and UXEPt anj PREVENTS DISEASES COMHU.VICATtD 11Y CONTACT with the IT Dissolves DAKDRnrr, bald- ness, and retards grnyness of tlie hiir. speak of it in liiijh and 50 Cents per per Box (3 60c. ami 20. HAIR AVD WmSKEK Black llron rt, 53 CL I. CtlTTESm 1 'inth N B bv Prepaid, on iccemt vf aod 3 Ofni> Hrr m.h CiLe WOOL! I Am MONTANA For Caatcrn Wool BMlers sad Hsaa- and am prepand to say the Full Market PJrice For the Wool of tills Tern lory, MT Principal Office Will be in Helena. COBKISPOHDEHCE SOLICITED. PARIS GIBSON. THE G8EAT ENGUSH REMEDY ft oofur-ftlllns Cure NerTous Debility, ex- haunted Vitality, fteiulnml LOST in AH MOO O. Impntenej', PuraljstH aod all wr- rtble effccis of self- Abnie, yontbrui t elites, and ex- In maturcr tut.li as Loss of Memory, Lassitude. Nocturnal Emlmion, Arfntom to 80- of Vision Nafcea In tlie vital Du id in ma urine, and ma- ny Mber dl states Uiat to Insanity and death Bit. HUNT IB will agree to forfeit foraom-of tote VITA I, (under hta optical Bitvlrfand DotmnhorroTMirlklnff Impure found la It. VK MitlTIB all Private DliMMM WKeefflfullT wlUMHitBer c.urr free. Tnwoujrb cxsnl- nut ion and advloo. iDjluUloB of urloe, {5.00. TrtCOOt VllSil SSOOabOt- tie or ttift riuantity, gent to any Dpoo receipt ol price, orC O, D., Iron i observation, sod In private If devlred, by A. B, MINTiB, m. 1 1 Koaruer M., Han Franclaco, nn. KIDNEY REREDV, NKPnHBTIOlJn, caruaall kinds of Kldoe and madder Complain .Conorrha-a, Gteoi. corriwa. For bjr all drumbta, 00 a bottle. Mz bottles SI 00 PI tbp bml and ana SME.lv V9 euro in Uw naiket. brail To Wool Growers! Harding, Martin Co. 98 Pectoral Street, Boston, Mass. Solicit Consignments of Wool, to which they will give their best atteitiei. AU. or mttBmT wnvi. BC PROMPTLT ANSWSBED. Will Advuuw thne-quwten of the less freight, on Drift, Bill of Ltdfng attached, Tkrms: WRM a A FAMOUS DUEL The Fatal Meeting Between Broderick and Terry. AU El c iMtereatlUB: Htatori Ittew ToA aaa.1 Tike immediate cense of the quarrel grew out of a Bpcech made by Teny he the LtC'Hnpton Democratic State coo ventioo in Sacrameato ia 183d. He called Broderick an arch traitor. He teid' (the aati-LecotnptonitM) are the ol one man. the personal vbat- te'i of a single individual whom they are utmiued ot. They belonjti hear I, soul, body and breeches to David C Broderick. They Are yet ashamed to acknowledge their waiter, aod are cnlling theniielrei, aye, forsooth, Douglas Democrats, fthon it iskuouti, well knuwn tc thvm IU to us, thut tiio galUnt Senator from Illluoll, wbosc voice has always been in the advocacy of Democratic who now not disunited Irom tbw ptriy, baa no affiliation with them, no feeling in common with tbem. Mr Pics- aod gentlemen, I am mistaken in de- nyiog their tight to claim Douglas as their leader. Perhaps they do sail under the flsft of Douglas, but it is the banner of the Black who'c came la Frodctlck, not Stephen Broderick read tbia speech while nt breakfast in the International Hotel, and smiled, I he remarked to D. W. Pcrley, ft la-w-yer fborn lii Wood- Itock. N. B., and a Mend of the Owin that Terry baa been abuilog me. 1 now take back the remark that I once made, that he the only botkvst judge on the Supreme Bench. I wai his fittnd when he was In need of friends, (or wbich I am sorry. Had the Vigilantes Commit- tee disposed of him as they did of others, they would bare done a rightcoua act." lie alluded to Terry's arrest by the tlantea in Auguet, 1850, charged with cut- ting a nisD named Sterling A. Hopkins, in the attempt to free from arrest Reuben Haloney. Had Hopkins died, Terry would probably have hanged. As U was, it took tbe etroogoet influences, fthgonic, press and other, to save hi in from bantilimont. Potley resented Broderick'a remark. Tie professed to he a warm friend of Judge Terry, and even went ao far as to challenge tbe Senator on hla own account. Ills challenge was curtly declined with the contemptuous remark "Sir, I 6ght only with gentlemen ol my own Parley hurried off to Terry and repeated slighting remarks. The spark did not need funning. It was already alight, The Judge wrote a letter o{ in- quiry, to Which Broderick returned tbo following reply: FBIDAV ENLNO. December 0. 1850. HON. D. S. of tins date baa been received. The rcmarki made by me were occasioned by certain 'ulTcQiivc allusions of yours concerning me, niado In tlie Convention at Sacratnento, acd re- ported in the Union of the 33th ol June Upon the topic alluded to in your note of this date, my language, so fat as my rec- ollection serves rue, was aa follows: Du- ring Judge Terry's incarceration by the Vigilance Committee I paid a week to support nowepnper ID (youi) de- fence, I have also stated heretofore that I considered him (Judge Terry) tho only honest man on the Supreme Bench. But I take it all back." You are tbe proper judge us to whether this affords good ground for oflencc. I remiuu, etc D. C BltODBHICK Judge Terry considered the Senator's remarks "fighting talk." and there waa a resort to the code. Calbonu Beobam (now practicing law in San S 11. Brooka (State Comptroller nt tho time) aod Thomsa Hsjea attended to bis interests, and Joseph C. McKibben, David D. Col too and Leooidsa Haskell acted for Senator Brodeiick. r f The itconds held a conference and the pittoli were examined und loaded. Judga Tvrry won tbe choice ot weapons by the tots of K half dollur. Mr. Hayes marked oft tbe prescribed distance, ten puces, find warned 8 pec tutor 9 to get out of the hoe of fire. Meantime tbe respective seconds were busied about their principals. Tbe Terry party were cool and collected, as old bands at the business. Mr. Urod ertck's friends were apparently nervous nod lies tat iog. One incident was not caU CUlste'l to put the Senator in good heart Mr. partly on tied the Senator's cravat, ond tbcn walked ofl a few paces hia hands aa though overcome by hu leellnps. lie then returned and re- moved tho oeckercbief. Broderick waa dressed in a long bluck surtout, and wore usolt wool bat dniwo down over bia brow. Terry waa tlmltnrly attltod, When the principals were played tbe punctilios of tbe code were oliservvd. Catboun Beobam, Terry's chief second, ap- proacttcd Hr. Broderick, and passed his bands closely over hia sidta and chest, eesrching for contenled mail. Mr, ben made a similar examination ot Teny, but be only touched bis to hie waistcoat, bowed and withdrew. It has been 11) ought Uiat Mr, Benlmm'i aotton irritated the Senator und impttirud bis poitu, Bvforc this Mr. Broderiok bad taken some en in from his vest pocket aod pawed them to McKibben, Terry gave hii loom C lunge to Bee ham, who scattered It contemptuously on the sward, All things being iu rendinwe, the pistols were cocked and tbt hair triggers ftl by the sec- onds. They were then delivered to the It was observed at this time that Mr. Broderick Appeared nervous and ill at eMe. lie repeatedly twitohed the ekirts of his eurtont, as though they Were to hia way. lie wee also somewhat out of position, and Hr. UcKtbbcn corrected him. Broil trick closely measured with hin eye tlio ground between himself and Terry, Ben ham read the conditions ol the meeting, and Mr. Col ton followed with instructions to the finite. Ho had wnn the word. Broderick wna Mill nervous, but Torry stood nod erect, a silhouette against the eaily morning light. The men held thtlr mumle downward. A moment At painful silence ensued, said Mr Cotton, tn clear voice, "are yen Both replied, bwt Broderick delayed few eecoada. He then Eaid, am ready." "Fire! was a report from tlio Senator's pistol, II wot auwered In a second; by Terry's weapon. Broderick'a pistol wus discharged before be brought it to a level. This was probably OMsed LT the fineness of tbe hair-trigger and bla want of familiarity with that particular weapon. The ballet burled Itielf in the gtottndj of tbe distance between bfmaelf and bia antagonist. It waa a splen- did line shot falling abort of mark. Broderick bad the reputation of being an expert with the pistol, and this result sur- prised those who knew hia skill. With the crack of Terry's weapon Broderick winced, turned half around, and then made an clTort to recover himself. ''Hard his tricods murmured. Theio words were proved by hii uuavaillng effcrts to maintain an upright position. He droop- ed until dually he fell prone ou the gror.nd with His pale face toward the sky. He waa bard hit. The wounded Senator Itty on the swaid hu bead supported I.J bia seconds, Cotton and BaakcIL Hia surgeon, Dr VonLoehr, was nervous, and seemed uncertain how to act, and incapable of taking prompt mea- sures, air. Broderick'e life waa ebbing tiway, and his face was pallid. Mr, Brooka, one of Terry's advanced, and, on behalf of hia principal, tendered the serv- ices of his surgeon, Dr. Hammond. "Yes. for God's exclaimed Mc- Kibbcu, wbo was greatly eicited, "send some otie here, or Sir, Broderick will die where he lies." Dr. Hammond then came to Dr. Loeltr's assistance, and cut away tho wounded man's clothing, exposing the chest and tbe wound. It waa a sorry eight. With every breath arterial blood spurted from tbe wound in bright jeta aod etainnl the fair skin. The group surrounding the fal- len man shuddered. Strength of consti- tution, fortified by abstemious babtta, might enable him to bold death off for a abort but the brightness of the blood told that he was doomed. The ball shatter ed tbe right breast between the second and third nbe, passing under tbe sternum, fracturing tbe edge, aud then took a course over tbe heart, through tbe upper lobe of tho left lung, striking the fifth rib on the left side, and, proceeding upward, pasted tluoueh tbe left arm-pit. IU tortuous course was most remarkable, and the rend- ing of the vitala must liave been terrible. Ho wonder the senator was unable to maintain an erect position for a aecond shot, and uo wonder that he aank nerve ICSB to the earth. aaid be, on hie dying bed, to hie fast friend tbe orator, soldier and they were the last worda he spoke to I tried tn stand Qrm when I was struck; but I could not. The blow blinded Terry remained in bis place. His arms were folded, and the muzzle of a pistol projected behind him. He stood erect, with face raised and an enquiring look, aa though awaiting a demand for a second His coolness and nerve were shown in the rematk just after lie delivered the fire; "The shot is not mortal; I bavcatrack two inches to tbe right.1" Others say his words were- "Ah, I struck him a little too high" Being- assured of the helpless condition of his antagonist, he moved toward the carriages and then drove hastily to the city. lie went to Stockton, where be owned a and quietlyawalted events Here be wrts arrested on the 33d ot Sep- tember by twu San Francis so police offi- cer a, brought to the city and put nndcr bonds, Air, Broderick was removed from the ground three-quarters of an hour after he wits shot, plated on n in a spring wagon, and taken to the residence of hta friend, .Leonidas HittKell, at Black Point, lie lingered in great pain until Friday, September 16th, and expired at in the morning. _____ _ ______ An Complexion Is, like a sweet voice, excellent tiling in woman Whore It docs not Isc naturally, it may be imparted by artifi- cial means. "Gt.ENN'fl SULPHUR SOAP" removes all the unpleasant oftocts ol duet nod perspiration, obliterating blotches, tan and all other decolorations of the ekin more than this, it civee a healthy tint to the cheeks, and a lustroua whitnesa and smoothness to the seek and arms. It is the fashionable cosmetic at tbe watering places, and, as science vouchee for its banuleasneaa, no lady need be afraid to use it. Be ware of counterfeits. See that "C. N. CmrTENTON, printed on each p.icket, without which none is genuine. Sold by druggists ut 25 cents; three cakca GO cents A. fitting toilet ac- companiment is INSTANTANEOUS HAIR which Changes gray or any obnoxious color to a beautiful black or brown in the space of a few minutes, and contains no mineral poiaoo. Follow fast upon irregularity of tbe bow- The liver is thrown out of gear, the stomach is hampered by undigested food; flatulence, heartburn, sick headache and tmenaisets in tho region of the livet infalli- bly ensue. But by breaking the partial blockade which produces them, and open- ing the avenue ol discharge with that IU pur I a lively fine aperient, Hosteller's Stomach Bittern, a rolorra of these disor- ders speedily takes place. Nothing can be more dissimilar from the action of a drenching purgative than that of tbe be- nign alterative Batted. The laxative effect is produced without pain or inconvenience aod the excretory organs are invigorated welt as relieved, which ia not (fee case when they are abruptly coerced into action with a cathartic of Interior efficacy and violent operation. The nee of the Bitten win soon be found by one ol consti- pated habit, to be productive not only ol the aiiecial result sought, but of general benefit to health. The fllareknll, Wilt sell their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 tnat. Spee cure They what they sny. Write to them wftbMtt delay. NO 104 Wbtt tt w hart to tell. tuy two jtan ot elected to Congress from BwubUctD district, Md oo aoubt he tqwUf tnjoys patting Democratic coutltutotf lu office in publicwj adntlDiitmloa. Thii it one of the bentfiti of Bpefcker. No head of department eta wort to refuse to ant uiy rtqiuet the Spwker of the flttoowke. .BwtrtUlitie rather o4d to etx or tight DcMocntt IB offica in one department by raw's It is fitTottttt among gesjltemen of Newspaper Bow when RtjidsJtfi black bone ud eoape are to front of the TretMuy, inotbeff Philadelphia Democrat into the Treasury." Mr. Randall's experience aa a soldier was brief, but eventful. There is In Philadel- phia a fanuwe cavalry company known aa the City Troops. It WM organized in 1774, and I believe, at one time the body guard of General WashlDgton. It is be- yond question the oldest unbroken organi- zitioa iu the courtrj, tad it baa alwaja been composed of rich and laahioMMe men. Uofera I am te> error it haa OB all the right ot the even though regular regiment mar be in the proceaeloQ. To this company Mr. Randall belonged at the breaking out of the war. The company offered Its to the government for deye and thev were accepted. The iurnished their own bonei and eaulumeDta and accepted no pay. Mr. Itauaallwu promoted to the rank of Sergeant, and finally became net or Captain, The served under General Thootu. and It waa Mr. Randall's letter to the War Department that first called attention to the great capacity of old Pep Tbomaa aa officer. Captain Randall took bis Troop back to Phitadelpbla he wae complimented for hie eerricee the Governor of PeoneylTanm and by orders from the War department. Plaeaafor Holding tn Montana Tear 188O. FIRST DISTHICT, In Madltan county, at Virginia City, second Tuesday in April; second Monday in October; first Monday to July for trial of ones without a jury. In Qalletln county, at Boxenwn, Brat firat io May; second Monday In November, IB Jefferson county, Raderabnrg, third Tuesday in February; first Monday in Sep (ember. In Cutter county, City, looith Monday in third Mood ay 1 n Septem- ber. Ia Deer Lodge county, at Deei City, second Monday in April. Fust MaMsjy.in September. First Monday In December. Io MiMOttls, county, MisBoula, fourth Monday Io June; second Monday in Mo vember. In Beavernead county, at Bannack, firat Monday in June; second Monday in Octo- ber. TflTUD DISTRICT. In LeWte aad county, at Helena first Monday in March; first Monday io November. In Meagber county, at Diamond City third Monday in April; tbird Monday io October. In Choteau county, at Beaton, first Man day in third Monday in September. U. S. are also beld at Virginia City, Deer Lodge nod Helen at tbe same tunea tbat tbe territorial are beld at those places, and so much at the first MX. days at tbe may necessary, ia devoted to the trial of causes arising nader tbe constitution and lawa ot tbe United States. __________________ BLOOD VOSSKLS MMraracra xtutsr by whooping cougb. HxiJe'e Homr or HORRIIOUNO AMD TAB relieves it. PTKK'S TOOT a AC HE DROPS CURB IN ONK Mm UT K._______________________ AUhop Tutlle'e for 1889 The following an the appointments of Bishop Tuttlei ia foi tho present year Friday, July 10th, at Red Bluff. Sunday, July 19th and 25th, at Bozeman and Fort EUw. Monday, July at Hamilton. Tuesday, July at Lower Wulow Creek. Wednesday. July 28tli. at OaUatin. Thursday, July 20tb, at Radcrsburg. Friday, July 30th, at Centreville, Sunday, Aug. lit, at Helena convoca- tion. Thursday, Aug. Oth, at Belmont. Sunday, Aug. 8th, at Ben ton. Sunday, Aug. 15th, at Shaw and Sun River. Saturday, Aug. 21st, at White Sulphur Springs. Sunday, Aug. )2od, at Logan. Sunday, Aug. at Helena and Ca- tonville. Monday, Aug. SOtlt, at Jefieraon. Tuesday, Aug. 31st, at Boulder. Tbnndayt Sept. 2U, at Scitoot- house. Friday, Sept. 3rd at Son day, Sept, Oth, at Bannack. Wednesday, Sept 6th at Lembi Junc- tion. Sunday, Sept. 12th, at Sal mom City. Dip ATTBNTIOlf WOOL OW mp wMeb Is wanaatsf weave BBO Dissolution Motrao. warmer in manufacture ot hrleli, it thts bT ran- tnai Tftt huilMW will M Nick wlm win pay all and collect an Helena, M. T., June m. WORMCR. CHARLES D. NOTARY PUBLIC   

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