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   Independent (Newspaper) - July 9, 1882, Helena, Montana                                VOL. 17. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1882. NO. 89. BIG SPRING BOOM! THE BIG ONE PRICE HOUSE OF THE WEST! WASHINGTON NEWS. The Doctor's Disagreeing on G-uiteau's Utah Commissioners. An Exciting Scene In tlie tnorue the Lie to Uoboouu. An Almost A correspondent of the Salt Lake Tribune says the ouce famous camp of Pioche baa a I romantic history, but of its people, are now cone, the mills and mines are now idle, and it is enough to give one the blues. Of its story, many of your readers I know more than I do. It can be seen, town and mines, some miles away, perched on the southern slope of a quartzite mountain spur. which is capped with a black lime, and dry as a powder-horn. Gen. Connor brought in Grand Gift! Eveybody buying Goods fom us to the amount of 5Oc. and over gets a tick- et free, entitling him to a chance in our Grand Gift Enterprise. Everybody stands the same chance. Tickets will be pre- sented from now un- til Fair Week. OUR GREAT AIM IS TO SELL ONLY A FINE QUALITY of GOODS AND ONLY THOSE OF THE FINEST MANUFACTURE, WHICH HAS GIVEN US A GIGANTIC LEAD, AND WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF OUR FRIENDS We will Keep the Lead. OUR INTENTIONS ARE TO SELL THESE GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES! LOOK AT THESE PRICES! Fine Suits, Upwards Hats, I and Upwsrds. Blankets, Upwards. Quilts, Upwards. Shirts, 50c. Upwards. Overalls, 5Oc. Upwards. OUR OBJECT IS TO PUT BEFORE THE PUBX.IC water from the range of which Piocbe is a Everything in Stock at Proportionately LOW FIGURES. We Solicit a call from Everyone before making their Purchases. ONLY STRICTLY FIRST CLASS CCODS .A. to be Within the Reach of Everybody's Means. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Designated Depository of the United States. Paid Vp Capital, Surplus and rrofltn, S. T. MAUSER, A. J. DAVIS, E. W. KNIGHT, President Vice President Cashier C. W. CANNON, 1864. Dealer in REAL ESTATE. 1882 T. H. KXEINSCHMIDT, Cashier We transact a General Banking Business, and Buy at Highest Bates, Gold Dust, Coin, Gold and Silver Bullion and Local Securities, and sell Exchanges and Telegraphic Transfers, available In all parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent. made and the proceeds remitted promptly. DIRECTORS. 9. T. HAUSER, R- S. HAMILTON, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, C. P. HIGGINS, JOHN H. MING, JOHN C. CURTIN, E W. KNIGHT, A. M. BOLTER, A. J. DAVIS._____________ New Advertisements. LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD, Money to Loan on City Property and Im- proved Ranches. Parties Wanting Business or Residence Property, Should Make their Purchases Now! A WOED TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT The Northern Pacific Road will soon be at our Doors. Agent for Black and Hercules Powder Caps and Safety Fuse. OFFlCE-Cor. Broadway and Jackson Avenue. DREWS RS NO US INGTOHOLDDOW LEAKING PfWDE IITAMBOUHDTORISC If alum or any injurious substances can be found In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pos- itively PURE Being endorsed, and received irom such chemists as S. liana Hays, Bos- ton- M. Delafontiune, ol Chicago; and Gustavus Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk. WASHINGTON. July doctors ap- pointed to conduct the autopsy on the body of Guiteau, Messrs. Latnb. Hartigan and Sowers, are quarreling among themselves, imitating in a small way the scramble of a or more physicians who attempted to treat President Garfield's wound. Dr. G. M. Beard, of New York, was called to Washington at the request of Guiteau on the day before his execution, to make ar- rangements for the autopsy. lie invited seventeen physicians to be present at the operation. Some of them came, aud those present deputized the physicians named above to conduct the autopsy. Copious uotes were taken, and Dr. Lamb, who is a surgeon in the Medical Museum, took pos- session of the manuscript, and this morning notified his associates by letter that he had prepared a report and forwarded it for pub- lication in the Medical 2feicsof Philadelphia. Dr. Sowers, in conversation with your correspondent this evening said: "I under- stand Dr. Lamb has prepared a paper which lie calls a report of the autopsy on the body of Guiteau. This paper cannot be termed in any sense a report. The public under standing that three of us were appointed to make a report, will scarcely be willing to accept the conclusions of one man as a true statement of the facts as ascertained. The autopsy was conducted by Drs. Lamb.Harti gan and myself jointly, and we ought to have been able to reach a harmonious con- clusion. Dr. Lamb, in publishing his state- ment without inviting Dr. Hartigan or myself to approve it, has prevented such a result but we will join in the preparation of a majority report within a few days." Dr. Lamb said: I have prepared an official report of the autopsy aud it will be published to-morrow. I conducted the au- topsy myself and no one else lias authority to make a report. A man may have some assistance in writing a book, but that does not compel him to priut the names of his helpers on the title page. WASHINGTON, July Pcttigrew, of Fayettveille, Arkansas, Democratic member of the Utah Commission, said to-night: "I do not know when we will get away. I think about the last of the month." Mr. Ramsey, one of the Commissioners, was here a few days ago and told me as soon as Con- gress adjourned he would call upon mem- bers to meet in Chicago for organization. We will not reach Utah in season to super- intend the registering of the August elections when members of the legislature aud other ollicers are to be chosen. Mr. Cannon, ex-Delegate from Utah, told me upon his return yesterday all the people wanted out there was that we should carry out the letter of tin: law. Tl- re was an exciting scene in tho House to-day, while Kobeson was engaged in de- fending his administration of tlie navy department under Grant. The man who pursued ttobeson most relentlessly during the 44th and -Will Congress was Kepre.ienla- tive Whitlhnrne, of Tennessee, who was then chairman of the committee on naval affairs that exposed the alleged maladmin- istration of the navy department. Uobeson with wonderful patience, has bottled his wiath for years, apparently waiting the time when he could strike a crushing blow. That time he imagined has arrived and he poured in hot shot at short range this morning There was a full House and members paid the closest attention to his remarks. He paced back and forth in the space before the Speaker's desk, gesticulating fiercely, his voice rising from a hissing whisper to loud screams as he portrayed the character of his assailants. He was pi acceding by this .species of inuendo to describe Whit- thornc when the latter left his seat and striding down the aisle to where Kobeson blood, his face white with passion and his clenched fist raised above his head, he shouted, "that is simply a lie, whoever tells it and repeats it." In an instant the great- est excitement prevailed. Members rose and gathered about the two in the space in front of the clerk's desk. Every one thought that Whitthorne meant to strike Kobubon, but the Tennesseeau had satisfied himself. spur. The Raymond Ely has produced ch SSttt'sSouISeMwo white hind Utttance above UIB anltle, and a u round. A wetter B with the nuttfe. The owner tolrequerted to call and proTe profMfty June 19, 1862. Ten Mile, H. T. je90d4w from a pay chute 200 feet long, and extending only to the 900-foot level, the Meadow Valley has produced and other mines, perhaps. The croppings are said to have beeu discovered and located by Mormons aud to have been relocated by Connor's sol diers, after overawing the Indians who drove away the Mormons. It was _... from White Pine and Pahranagat, however who m 1869, first made it of account Uncle Billy Raymond, in debt at Pahrana or brought a five-stamp mill to Bullion villc, bought the Burk ground, upon which and other ground, the Raymond Ely company was ultimately orimuiy.cd.- It is said that the Bank of Cali- fornia offered him for shaiesof the company stock, total shares then lie declined, It was then selling ut and paying per sluue m dividends, monthly, aud ultimately packed his blankets out of the camp as he had paeked them in. But he has not lost heart, and still expects to recuperate his fortunes at Pahranagat or in Arizona. Such is your genuine prospector, now a millionaire, now a pauper, always with a heart equal to any fate. CHAPMAN, HUDNUTT CO., Civil and Mining Engineers, North-Eaat Comer Breckenridoe and Jaduoo Stt. HELENA MONTANA. ATTENTION TOURISTS! Everything required by Geyser TourUtt can lie bad at the store of WM. ENNIS, to the Madtooc Valley, which is on the main traveled road to Wonder- land. Mr. Kuala makes a specialtyof ists and keeps on hand toe very beat quality ot which he guarantees to sell cheap an can be pur- chased at any store In the Territory. Give him a call. LOCKEY'S LAND INSURANCE A Farmer's LucKy An amusing accident, which might easily have been a "serious one, recently befell a farmer living near Dover, Del. He was rolling a piece of plowed ground, when he slipped and fell. Before he could rise the roller passed up his legs and rested in hollow of his back. At this point the oxen which were supplying the motive power, becoming conscious of an unusual resist- ance and feeling no special inducement to move on, came to a halt, and began to chew the cud, in placid enjoyment of an unei- pected rest. Manifestly, it would not do for him to start them, for in that case Hie roller would inevitably pass over his head, to the great detriment of that valuable or gan. He accordingly began to dig liimselt out as noiselessly as possible, and he h.id al- most succeeded, when the oxen advancing a step dre.v the roller across his Mioultlurs. Thus pinioned, his only resource was to wave his legs silently in tliu utr, in the liopu that some passer by -would bo_at- tracted by the unusual spectacle, this tedious maneuvre was unsuccessful, but at the cud of an hour some men at work in an adjoining field, wondering why the oxen should stand in one spot so long unattended, approached to ascertain, aud the farmer was rescued, out of breath, very dusty, but un- injured. No wise woman who has flowers in her house or garden will throw away her soap- suds. They are a most valuable fertilizer for (lowers, and especially for the verbena. If this iloral favorite is plentifully watered with soap-suds and its sued vessels picked off it will flower profusely. Soap-suds are good for vines and currant bushes and fruit trees; indeed, they arc the food for plants, corresponding to milk for animals, and it is very wasteful to throw them away, if there are plants anywhere in reach that may be benelittoil by them. Helena, Montana. A General Insurance, Real Es- tate and Mining Broker Business Trans- acted. TITLES EXAMINED, LOANS NEGOTIATED, ttENTS COLLECTED, TAXES PAID, PROPERTY SOLD, AND EXCHANGED. For Rent. RESIDENCES, BUSINESS HOUSES, OFFICES, CABINS, STABLES, ETC. For Sale. An Improved 80 acre ranche in Prickly Pear Valley, near Helena. The valuable property ot Mr. Jaa. Hallord, ____n Pine street. A flue dairy ranch and 100 cows. Improved ranch (800 acres) with stock, machinery, etc., in Prickly Pear Valley. Hay, grain and stock ranch ot TOO In Prickly Pear Valley. Also 320 acre stock farm. Several valuable placer mines. One gold quartz mill, engine and boiler complete. Residences, ranches, town lota and mines Invarioui localities. II you wont reliable Fire Insurance, go to Lockey'a Anency. If you want to buy property, go to Lockey'i Agency. If you want to sell property, go to Lockey'i Agency. It you want information, get it at Lockey'i Land Agency. RICHARD LOCKEY, Notary Public and Conveyancer. KetchuQ Mm, Corner ot Broadway and Jackson Streets, Con tractors, Builders, i 287. 289 291 E. Water St. AND BANKING HOUSE LlHershfieldyro. Rrlcf Telegrams. SELTZER PAYNE'S The Klnc of the ItoAj is the brain: the stomach its main support; the nerves its messengers; the TboweS the kidneys and the pwes its safeguards. Indigestion oreates a violent revolt among these MuSR the regal organ, and to bring to their duty, there Is notblng like the regulating, EVAPORATORS. Clore Street, Helena. Stock Sales Every Week C. L PAYNE, Proprietor. dJtwtf-feMR A WEEK. 114 a Day at ealsly made. CoMlyoatatfree. Address Twnc Wanted! Men of ADility, TO REPRESENT CHAMBERS' Dictionary of Univeriml Knonletlye, Being a Complete Cyclopaedia of Every Day WanW. This is the Most Usoful and compact Literary Achievement of tho Ago. It has no competitors. We want competent Solicitors. No need apply.' Circulars, Riving full description, yent oni ap- plication. J. H. CHAMBERS. v Mto. III. Atlai St. Mo. W. rmm Chicago. 111. anta, W. 0. Preuitt Go. Helena, Montana. SrCCESSOllS TO Mansfield SticJtrxey antl T. C, Grroshon Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers! DEAL IN THK CHOICEST IHIANDS OK Pure Kentucky Whiskies Brandies, Wines and a Full Assortment of Liquors. Parlies Knlrnsting us with Orders can Rely upon gelling the Purest and hest goods made. THIS PAPER to cm m i in" well A Co> FREE find it to their advantage to examine our goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Family Trade Solicited. HAI.KICH, N. C.. July Cox is re-nominated for Congress. WASHINGTON, July naval appro- priation bill passed the House. Yeas, 119; nuj'H, 75. I'OKTL.ANO, Me., July Democrats nominated Dane, the Greenback candi- date. BOSTON, July are two cases of yellow fever oil the steamer from Man- tan zas. Me., July of the First District nominated Joseph Lane for Congress. Duiti.iN, July Jfreemtm's Journal states the government intends to employ bloodhounds to track murderers. WASHINGTON, July statement that Minister Lowell was ordered to resign is officially denied at the White House and also at the State Department. OTTAWA, Ont., July arc Chinese employed on the Canadian Pacific Kailroad works in British Columbia, and that number will be increased to in August. LONDON, July dispatch from Alex- andria this afternoon slates that Admiral Seymour sent in an ultimatum to the author- ities demanding the stoppage of the con- struction of earthworks under the threat of opening fire. The work has ceased. The Snn Dance. ?'.The annual sun dnnccof the Ponca In- dians is described as having a considerably civilized aspect this year. There were blank- ets instead of buffalo rolws, paints from a drug store instend of dyes from horbs, ropes instead of rawhide and glass beads instead of wampum. The savage character of the ceremony continued, however, un- changed, the principal rite consisting of lac crating the flesh in various ways. CABINET MAKERS. SPKC1AI, ATTENTION GIVEN TO Stair Building. Furniture Repaired, Doors and Window Screens Made Helena Montana. Draw Exchange on the Princi- pal Cities Throughout the United States and Europe. AND GEMEKAL JOBBING DONE. Satisfaction JeH-dtt Guaranteed. Train's Gallery. COLLECTIONS ON ALL POINTS SPEC- ATTENDED TO AND PRO- CEEDS PROMPTLY REMIT- TED WHEN PAID. First Class Investment Secur- ities Purchased on Favor- able Terms. DEPOSITS RECEIVED PAYABLE ON DEMAND OB WITH INTEREST WHEN LEFT FOR A SPECIFIED TIME. Bank: BANK OF NORTHERN MONTANA, Fort Bentoni M. T. Cutler street, near tho head of Main street, HELENA, RONTANA. We are always on hand to oblige old and new cus- tomers with the best and all of the latest styles of 1'hotocs, porcelain and Photoo Oil, which to a new Also, a fine assortment of Stereo and larjto rtewi of Montana and other points. O. C. Notice of Meeting of Stockholders of the Banner Company. Notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the stockholders of tho Banner Company will be held for the election of Trustees 
                            

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