Jefferson County Sentinel (Boulder, Mont.) 1885-1899, July 22, 1887, Image 1

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4 9 Pr/ JEFFERSON COU r SENTIN - ea'a EL titir VOL. II. rrhe 1.10,14,1- Nt 4-wa4ps% parr s _ er of Ari-fili-raitita \ottitty-e-A Family Joittanttl—Iiiiiispori(le - tit hi Polltitr\aie 1.1)E1?, i\l( - NT. FRIDAY, .1151.1\ 22, I T. The Northwes - • . EsTa fats!' i No. 1 4t l'FIRST NATIONAL BANK t ern ! ;add i u u : , Owing to the fact that our store is enlarged, we have decided until the sell everything in our line at from 10 Now is the time to buy your Spring about to be rebuilt, remodelled and above alterations are completed, to to 20 per cent. below regular prices. outfit! Oar stock is complete, ern are receiving new goods right along Dishing Goods be sure and call at Before buying Clothing and Fur - HE NORTHWESTERN. lioltsr's Block, Opposite Grand Central Hotel, J. 1). GlIOESBECK, i n p a cook,Heatin ct nva , - Wan and Came Nails, Giant POWDER, CAPS and Fuse, WOODMINTW.A_Pd, CROCIC=2;1 7- , Lamps, Chandeliers, Sash, Doors and Moultlin gs, hated Ware, Glassware and Bar Goods. A g ents for the Celebrated. Buckeye Force Pumps and. Shut's? Wa g ons, --- .-0 :0— \a• TIN SHOP p In a i c r ? m u g s ex,c. n ill be v , :i 4 li m er e e all k c i ) n pp d s u o s !te J ft u N r v t o r h il t i se nd lie. Boulder .31Losa(.a.cia, nst Re-ORllod, llo-Paforstu I Boulder HOT Spring Wonaerful Curative Properties I IN ALL CASES OF Chronic, Muscular and Inflammatory Rheumatism, Lead Poisoning, Constitutional Weakness, and. General Debility. A PLEASANT RESOIZT MIST -CLASS HOTEL AND BATHING ACCOMMODATIONS. Roaelaod by Stage from Helena, Butte, Wickes, Elkhcrr, Comet, and all Points in the Territory. Terms moderate. Allireislass Physician DR. IRA A. LEIGHTON, Is consissay in attendance. For full information addl.- e rat)TT ER & KEENE, Boulder, Mont. The Windsor House. KEENE & TROTTER, Prop's. BOULDER, Mont. L i tiverything BOARD PER WEEK, $7 00 \ DAY, •4 2.00 tit GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL FRANK FARNHAM, Proprietor, liPv17 Built, Heti Furnished Throuvhout alld Centrally Located. THE LEADING HOTEL IN BOTJ LDER. The Tables are Supplied with the Best in the Market. BOARD A tin LODGING $7.00 BOARD PER DAY 1.50 kilts/yes From All Points. Stop at rrlil.s lIoteL Taken Up. e tee iron gray horse, 8 years old, weighs about 1,000 lbs., and bears an arrow brand on left thigh. Own- er can have the same by proving prop- erty and paving charges. Inquire of JOE FLETCHER, Frauk Hopes' ranoh on Lows:. Beatifies a Stria) Strayed from Philip Wagel's remit near Cornet, one red steer, two years old. branded W on kip, alit in right ear and hole in ,ame ear. One white steer, two years old, brvidesd W on hip. slit and also hole in right ar. A suitAble reward - .c . d . bk. paid for their recovery. Pnii.ip V.1.0EL. 4 ealeista. liELF.N.A. U. P. retnisokei( ory, Capital, ... 4500,0'7).0 and Profits. 325,000 DIRECTORS: S. T. Hauser, E. W. Knight, Cashier, Preat. A. J. Davis, Vice Pr T.H.Kleinschruitit. Asst. Cash. A. M. Hotter, John C. Curtis, El. M. Parchen, R. 8. Hamilton, J. IT x\ne. C. P. Higgins, T. flower. 1.FES n . t . s° Carpatc. (1',Yai 3.4 Ail kinds of 'Doors and Window Frames, Stairs, • Counters, Etc. made to Order. Plans, Specifications and Estimates prepared. BOULDER, Meant F. Mai° W A N. PRACTICAL Brick aria Stone MASON. He has secured the best brick -maker In Butte, and will have BRICK FOR,'SALE at $10 per thousand. JE3OTT . 1_,I) 1/1 _ : Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partner- ship heretofore existing between J. D. Groesbeck and Frank 8. Lang, doing busi- ness in Boulder, in the herdware and stove business. tls) firm name being J. D. Groes- beck & Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, Frank S. Laug retiring. a. II dROF.sBECK. FRANKS. LANG. MONTANA C•OURT. , . The •'.1ipreine Court Maki- , an Drier as to Districts Tern. The Supreme rotirt nt the following ordere rtzttin.tito . courts, in-Aigutn.dit (•f j11 , .1 . ‘.es, court tot - tile terriierr. \i i f It is 11.'n'ty that tae courts sit- ting to hear and den rinine causes arising uder the o• 9tai laws of the United State, 14 , Pelt' as follows: For the First Dist:ict, in, Bcw.eman, the county -seat of Gallatin -Otv for the Second District, in l ;lie coun- te-seat t•: I). I • far the Third Le '1. ,• county -seat of Lewis v. •,- sanity; for the Fourth Disui. the county - seal al Custer JUDGE', 74 ED. And it is fur Justice Jamee it. the First Judicial Justice ‘Villiain to the Second .11 1;• :it As ;nciate ueeigned to at Associate asaigned I that Chief Justice 1). 5 A las iniaigned to the Third Judicial I - ;-tuid that As- aocintle Justiv., Ti. (., glee he as- signed to the F , •:: • District. And it is IP' • At ordered' that the coarts slut: , and determine causes ariainZ alet: constitution and laws of the United h dl be held as follows: At Bozeman on ' • tali Monday in 'March, and the 'loader In October. At Deer Loti i _ • •:, the first Mouday in lbw, and the feerdeibionday in Novem- ber. At Helena on first ,Munday in March, .the brat M y in July and' the first Monday in No lnber. At Miles City on the third Morday in April and the fourth Monday In October. T R RITORIAIL. COURTS. And It is herebffbrther ordered that • the territorial courts pall be held as fol- lows : FOR TILE FIRIT DISTRICT. Eggs for Hatching! Plymouth Rocks, $2 per dozen; White and Brown Leghorns, $1.50 per dozen. In- quire of SouLz Boos, Jegerson City ontana. OL fields ars sesras bot Moot who art* is- -iciness *Co ,Portland, Mataa.will rreri•I •rea fell naformaturn sews work wble0 `ley can do, sod Prost. hocuo,that slit pay hoe Iron Se. to 1125 Per dal- 00 „ , \ ,b 6 / 1 ! ovot h. a dilkv Either 041,30ftelir Of Ole. Lapilli nine required. Yoq are started flee. Mom. who Carl at 00011 aro absolutely aura of 'wog little fatalism. All to atm St ray t F One black horse, eight Icrs old, sad- dle marked on back; wetele. 400 pounds; brandeu X on left shoulder. \ FELIX SANDERS, Gregory, Mont [4-4471 Notice for Filkel Proof. Land Office at Helena, Mont., June 9,188'7. Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his cleitn, and that said proof will be made before J C. Kerley, PrcLate Judge, Jefferson county, at Boulder, on July 23,1887, viz: nen- ry Killian, who made homestead ap- plication No. 1348, for the wi nek nwi see. 14, tp. 5 n, r 4 w. lie names the following witnasses to prove his continuoub residence up- on, and:eultivation of, said land, viz!' Edward' Ryan, John T. Holt, JaIIIVS n. Ho rt and Monroe Dunks, all of Boulder Valley, Mont. S. W. LA NGHORNE, Register. Ask if Jar Cruggist for Morgan's kidney Cure! For Kidney sri nladder affections, female complaints and digestiveekliaorders. FOR SALE. One Hundred end Fifty Head of Stock Cattle; 1111 1 0 Twenty Mulch Cows and sev- eral Beef Sierra, well traded up. Must be sold soon. Dommary BROS , Cotd Springs. Pr lot 14.; Independent , Daily and Weekly—Helena, Mont. Indopsadeat Publishing Co., P tabliske ila.s the largest circulation of any paper in the Territory. Located at the Capital, It is the organ of the dominant party, and contains the Latest Local, Territorial and Telegraphic News DAILY Per Year, $12, Cash in idvanee WEEKLY, 44 8 3 46 44 SA if Net Paid in idianta4 Gallatin county: Bpzeman, the fourth Monday in Minch ani the first Monday in October. Madison county, at Virginia City, third. Monday in May and third Monday In No- vember. Beaverhead county, et Dillon, the first Mondayin June aud'ahe first Monday in December. ale FOIL TUE SECOED DISTRICT. Silver 13 ,, w county, at Butte City, on the fourth Monday in February, the first Mon- day in July and the fourth Monday in September. Missoula county, at 31-issoWa, on the second Monday in June and the first Mon- day la November. beer Lodge county, at Deer Lodge, the first Monday in May and the fourth Mon- day in iCovember. TOD TUE THIRD DISTIIC'T. Lewis and .Clark 4 couuties. at Helena, the first Moudar in ;.the first Mot. - day in July and theitrat 'Monday in No- vel i n e k ;e r ilson county, at Boulder City, the tir-a Monday in May and the third Mon- day in October. Cheteau county, at Fort Benton, the third Tuesday in May and the first Tuew- day in October. - FOR TlilE FOURTH DItiy ICT. Custer county, at Miles City, the third Monday in April and the\ fourth Monday In October. Damien county, at Glendive, the first idoaday in March and the second Monday $0 October. 3leagher county, at White Sulphur Springs, the fourth Tuesday in March and the fourth Tuesday in September. Fergus county, at Lewiston, the first Monday in April and the second Monday In September. Yellowstoue county, at Billings, the third Monday in April and the second Monday hiist ovember. a S. WADE, Chief Justice WS. J GALBRAITH, Associate Justice. J. U. 34cLeary, Associate Justice. THOS. C. BACH, Associate Justice. The Woman .Suffrage Bazaar. To the Friends of Woman Suffrage. The success cif the Mat.saehusetts Woman Suffrage 'Bazaar of 1886 warrsets another for 1887. This year the New England Woman Suffrage Association invites the friends of fitly and all the states and tyrritortes to c;, -operate with them in a Bazaar for national purposes. The western states especially are calling upon the Treasury of the Ninerican Woman Suffrage Assoeiatien. for money to help them. By the Bazair ( i g 1886, in three months' time, we pet 1P6,378.78 into the State treasury. The west can furnish legislation if the east will furnish a part of the money needed. We shalt try to do it, for their suc- cess is ours. We want more Kansa: victories. The Bazaar will he held in Music Hall and Burnstead Hail, Boston, December 12-19, 1887. The basis of division is as follows; Each state will.receive for its own*tate treasury fifty per cent. of the net receipts from its own donations; the other fifty per cent, will be put into the American treasury, to be used, at. their discretion, in carrying mu nici- Li. e'r‘• pal woman suffrage bills and consti- tutional amendment!? in any of the Also a choice lot of - states and territories. Please assure us of your co-opera- tion by letter to our headenartere, 5 Park t : itreet. On the first of Sep- tember we shah move into beautiful rooms at 3 Park Street. We - invite --0:n ` i • - and expect all friends in the country ; to make these rooms their headquar- ters whenever they are in Boston. Comes and see us. LUCY STONE, The lady who lost her arm on the Fourth CIGA RS, inns, FRUITS I C01 7 7ECTIOVS. MRS. IE. 1311Itt.'11114alt, N. E. W. S. A. of July, 1884. Chairmap Executive Committe. Main Pet. W h'k e ts . Mont 5 Park St., Boston, July 1,-1887. - I \Don't . you find is • ting here all the tinee . nevolent old lady of the clue], a] , a dime museum. \less. mum,' was • the reply, .-hot I will lave a change as soon as our scenic artist has mv - tattooed 'kin painted.\--Pte-. • A German professor is e, minded thatleerecently sent hiteself a hirthday ta;r11, upon the reception iiteh - So this is frt tut my dear friend lititzengeiger. God ii;ess hint be has not forgotten A KANSAS MUNB041..)l tow. a ME CiiiI' CONDITION A vaing some of the more 1 The avera7e In Dakota, Minnesota an olo, .Yrivan tribes there is an ea il e e- the States and Territories in • Inc United States. ' r en c \ a l i t n a t st i e t c of i e 31u In b i ° e j s u ti l c n ds Jumbo,\ -' f :The followieg is tne creii summnr: i . woic . will be printed in this week a , eelee. Whenever the wives and Farmers' Review; Drought throuei , daughters of the tribe manifest a spirit of undue independence of their lords and masters a fearful appari- tion, arn:ed with a scourge and clothed in fantastic apparel, roars horribly in the shades of night _and chastises the unhappy females into a proper state of subordination. Such an apparition has recently ripening shown himself in Kansas, and is too fast, and will hardly make three -fourths of an average crop k twirl' as \Ingalls.\ Unlike ' his it the drought continues. The esti- African prototype, however, he casti- mate of the average yield of winter gatt's the women only with his wheat in the difftrent states from the tongue, which is of extraordinary reports of the spring calc4ations of length and armed with a sharp Anil probable retairns are as follows: Six - rave. sting. He first appeared sev- teen counties in iilitiols, fifteen bush -e teal weekaago in a place called Abi- els. ' This is a falling off of twe lane, and . roared hem-il I ) y at the bushels HS compared with our 'report woinao there. He has since been 1 of k kast week. Morgan county reports seen and heard at Topeka, ttl! Staters a yiel l d as high as seventy-five bushels capital, and announces his intention and 6s l ow as eight bushels: Twelve to vist other localities. counties in Indiena give an average At A b:lene he warned the women . - of fifteen bushels per acre to forty. • riot to vote any more, under penal- Kansas counties report a yield of Ii' s vague but terrible—\penalties eeventeen bushels, but others :quirt not upon themselves alone, but upoti returns as light and to be very poor. their unborn children, upon the men For the who state the yield is un- ited upon the state:\ doubtedly poor. Four counties. in Kentucky, 11 bushels; three Michi- • gen counties, 13 bueheis; eleven icounties in Missouri report average effect upon his audience. Strange -a1, of I9 bushels. Our Ohio re - a to say, the. women did not seem to lard ir itorts indicate a fair to good yield of he greatly aiatined. . Indeed, a few wheat but figures are eot given'. . Having uttered this . ' sonorous, though somewhat incoherent, Jour, Mumbo-Juinbe paused to mite it:, (Retie and bellowed: \It is not that they are less intel- ligent, less moral, less capable; it is because they are women. When that point is reached that is the end of the argument. . The advocates of this idea, this thcory, insist that we shall ignore the question of sex, and treat every woman as though she were iierl one of inferior capacity to ourselves.\ But how is it tteatina a woman as Oi inferior capacity to atlow her to vote? And wrat has the taut of sex to do with the right to vote? cried these illogical wome». Then Munb 'Jumbo waved his nand majestically atal said: \I dare not say what an mind and what is in the mind of ev - - cry man and every woman in the audience. The conditIons of deter; mining the relation of women to so- ciety are such that no man can speak of them without offense, and that is why argument is impossible. It is impossible, without breach of deco- rum and propriety, for any man or woman' on the platichn, in public, tO dwell upon those facts which consti- tute the vital and pentium:tit und radical differentiation of the sexes, and that is the reason that it has been recognized by every people upon the face of the earth that :WO - man should not vote. Do not forget .that these limitations are not placed by men. They are due to a higher power, and there is no legislation that can vets) the ordinances of na- ture or abrogate the statutes of Al- mighty God!\ Here MutniJo-Juinbo looked so preternaturally solemoond sagacious that one moan (a saloon -keeper), un- ger the dread•of the p4iss9310 sures, fainted,. while fieetral gaily - dressed \society ladies\ fled to their homes much bewildered. But the great body of women stood their out- the Nerthweeturn stares is injur- ing all crops more or less. Corn, al- - though irot materially damaged, is commencing to show the effects of the dry season, arid must suffer con- siderably if rain does not fall soon, and -in sufficient quantity. As a lay suit of the drought the oat crop Is veteured t.. \ask: \\ 11Y will \ t1 \ 127 Reports from Wisconsin place the Yield at from 14 to 20 bushels per acre. Reports on conditioe of spring wheat,are as follows . . Nineteen cowl: ties in Iowa place average at 72 per esue suyli :earful caleireitiee ? Wla wile ea le• apt -del mai.culitie end :‘• 55i.,,1:..? Are not \hinter) cote' tetcnt to :ott.T? '1 sot Jowl o struck an at- c tit. Carroll, Cass, Clavton, How- ard, Iowa, Keokuk and Madison counties claim an average crop, but in some coueties the crop is almost totally destroyed by insect\ Eleven counties in Minnesota piece condi- tion at 7 per cent. Elevea counties in Nebraska report an average con. dition of 84 per cent., end seven counties in Dakota 89 percent. In - are doing cousiderable damage in some loceilitieerto cdin. -Chinch btigs have, as we inferred, attacked this crop after the harvesting el - the ainter wheat. The average condi- tion of the crops, as calculated from our reports received last week in dif- ferent states, is as follow: Twelve counties ip Illin,ois report: the aver- age conditiaT1 - per cent.; 12 Indl- ana counties 93 per cent.; seven comities in Ohio 98 per eget. r Four- teen Missouri counties report condi- tion as high as 106 per cent., while thirteen counties in Nehritska place it at . 104 per cent, and•e0erity-feur counties in Iowa. beat these figures with an average of 103 per cent. Four.een counties in Minnesota re- port the condition at an average of 99 per cent., and five Wisconsin counties report a like , average. The Dakota counties lead the whole lis with an average of .120 per cent. Six, Michigan counties place their average at 107 per cent., and Ken- tucky counties report this week. at 100 per cent. Nine counties in Kan- sas report an average condition of 102 per cent. Pastures are suffer- ing_ from lack of rain, and Potatoes and apples do not promise more than e half crcp. Hay hardly reaches that figure. THE FIRST REGIMENT Of Montana Militia Organized by the Election of 0111mrti. Yesterday officers of the seven companies of infantry belonging to the Montana Militia met in Ad'utant General Turner's office in Helena ground and cJ.ed . upon Muinbo. for the, purpose of electing regi- Jumbo to speak out ar.d explain These ‘‘ terrible facts of differeatiaL mental officers. The attendance was tion\ which forbade Kansas women large, every company being to vote. They suggested • that Ivo- sented. The companies are: men have been voting in all elections Company A—Butte. in Wyoming for nineteen years; in Washington Territory fer five years; upon school quektions in favrteen states; upon liquer licenses in two states; in municipal elections for . Company B—Butte. Company C—Velena. Company D --Virginia - Company E—Dillon. Company F—Butte. if Coe- pany G -Butte. years in England, in Scotland and The election resulted as follows: in four provinces of Canada. They thought that time exercise of ,political Colonel—S. J. Reynolds, Butte. Lieutenant - Colonel—a ss power had :agreed remarkably well Dee- gan, Helena. City. repre- far fifty years with Queen Victoria, , Major—David Lemont, Dillon. and had not seemed tO diminish the number or health 'of her many sous Surgeon (Major)— Dr. Schmaul- and daughters. Ono woman went hausen, Virginia City. so hr as to suggest that Kansas soil, Adjutant—Dr. Holmes. Butte. being fertile, was prolific of chest- • Quartermaster—Frederick Loeber, nuts. Butte. Instead of replying. t .. .;ci horrible It was somewhat of a surprise that Captain Reynolds was promoted to Mumbo - Jumbo .1111tled from their - - the regimental comtnand, as it was sight. But he---reappenred a few nights later to the - women of Topek At the last accounts they, too, were calling ct NI - _ , tilio-Juinho to tell them in -dish what there is in the fact of ti • sex which makne them nefit to vote, and wherein the women of Karsas differ from thoee of Wyoming, who have voted for nine teen years to the entire Satisfaction of themselves, their husbands, their fantry, there are two companies of cavalry, one at Helena and one at children and mankind in general. Bozeman, yet unattached. II. B. 13LACKWE.LI.. It is 'improbable that any regiL mental encampment will be held \Uncle Tom's Cabin\ was most in this year, as it is imprebable that demand at the Free Cireulating/ arms and equipments will arrive itt brary of New York t ye, next to that Jules V,- - Outi Island :\ after that i ittia:•• • of Monte Cristo,\ and the I DiCke/IS. 'ooper, Scott an -1 Prff - of understood that Butte wduld invite Mr. Hon. W. A. Clark; .hht it seems that some cofnplimenatry votes given Captain Reynolds were enough to give him the required strength on the first ballet. Ile is captain of the Union Guards, one of the crack com- panies of Butte. Beside this First Regiment of in - Maier Maginnis, of Helena, V 4 114 invited to sue ept the position of coke . but declined with : proper ex - ions of his appreciation of the Italeperelent, Jell- 17 PIT H Af•ay PONT; A tato. Word If you love me me. we , Coal is very high; Father Minks it Isn't right You should come here every night, Ktav!rti.- t.11tne Orris low. 1-- spoon sad sigh • -Art may yeari, Jets that muse a t.. kroad feet O'er the meter Love. I IU:Hrir. COmpletsly fills Ltfe's roil gallery; Yet while these dear moments tuurtilt Think how Alliany donors create - Coal and gas arid other bow- Patbres ealary Then. 1 swithee, deer hat, brace: Do not speak the word: rise must I to father ylakl; Else must you vacate the feet 11.90• TE11.131 some one take your place. tocks wai bonds\ preferred. -Cali Gould in Lifa She ' , trough! a Friend. A story is told of a pretty little tietreto atrei figures in the bills as Miss. though she boil been a wife and mother these bait dozen rears. She e - as recently invited out to sup- per by a stage door masher, and she accepte4 with the condition that she be allowed to bring a friend with her. The supper giver said be would also brings friend to make un two couples. On the evening appointed. Wei. host and another man were waiting, and OA table gave evidence of preparation for an elaborate supper. \Oh you are here, are your sai.1 .Yot and tour friend. Well, so am 1 and ray friend.\ And with a quick movement she slipped in, threw the door open, and arliallipneed: \MY husband, gentlemen.\ The super was eaten, but it was a hurried and ratheraLlient meat, and madame is hardly likely to be invited td supper again by that inan.-Exchang.o. her Fate. Teum?Spriggins fell madly in love. But the maid whom he wooed wool l not wett: He called her his \pet\ and his \dove.' But in vain for bar favor he plead. \I never shall marry.,\ mid \A man with a name such ae yours 'Mrs. Spriggins' I never will be So long as this old wortd endures: - So Spriggy rushed off in deapeir, 1 And drowned himself----allit young fooff For the hard hearted girl didn't care - Hard hearted girls don't, as a rule. • But, alas! now she's toothless sad bald; And her pride had a terrible fall: 'Mrs. Spriggins\ she never was For she tie rer was \Mrs.\ at all! -Wm. II. Halt Not an Enthusiast. A newly made Benedict, while lazily lug along one day last week, was met by is friend who in bitehelder days had been a boon companion. \Hello old fellow, glad to sit# you once more,\ was the salutation,: then, in the same breath. accompanying a hearty handshale, came the natural query: \Bow do you like married lifer \Well. you know, 4 dmwlea the Detualiet, with a smile, \C never got very enthusiastic about anything.\-‘ Washington Capital. Hard ta Beat: The careens on the line, my deart Get out your alpenstock And play a forte f nguc thereon Four hours by the clock. You need a tonic, so you say. And at. this time of year The mails racket's just the thine, go whoilp her up, my deai. And if 3 ou crave variety Just bombe that \Turkey.\ too. Aud prif the - Taperstry\ on tap As Ursa your wont to do: At \Erased*\ get your Prietke up. And just to ere you cheer Wherie'er your '- ¶Vitte\ I will slag. \Now whoop 'eat up. my glees • - Y tinkers Otk.e. Education is a Great ThIngi \I sod that a post mortem examination Ii often made in murder eases, Whet does I post mortem mean r staked a young Lewistort wife of her better half. - \A post mortem examination, my dear, it intended to allow the victim to state, verb; ally, his own testimony against his assailant, and is taken down in writing.\ \Thanks darling; and you won't look down on me, will you, because I haven't you! education r' He said he wouldn't. -Life. Too Mean to Eat. Ile got so mean he would not eat Of any kind of digh: • His friends d.d ur-e„ ntly entreat That he'd partake of fish He gave consent; 'tutu; all he'd give: But all his friends felt mad, oh: The fish they found on which he'd live Was nothing but a shad -ow • Goodall s Sus A Fly Bawl. 'That's a lie,\ said a little boy to hie mother. \What is a lie, Jirnmier uCatehing a base ball on a fly.\ \That is only a baseball player's expression Jimmie.\ \But it's a lie, just the same. A fly wouldn't let a base ball get on him.\- National Weekly. • On a Colored Brother. A man 'to fortune tad to fame *Unknown\ be was, / wren, . But on his brow the blush of shame In life was never seen. The pallor that fronsfeer iloth rise Across his fare neer stole In danger, for the man who lies Here was as bLdz as coal. -Boston Courier' Sec '!, -,,,, tights Are nest. 1\.\.? LI! 4 ek* Dee.. bite , --Derels Fil ft tiff \spieious 'bout oat muster. It is de twit time itt ray chu`ch sperience dat I've seed one on a ber'l RS dis time o' night. Ghent it's dangerons ter tech it. -Judge. A Sort et Worsen i'Isan.\ Old Mrs. Bentley -John, I hailia seen !loth in' of Silas Wilson lately. • What's become of hfryli Bently- ! il - unr,o. The tim-c. I heerd at him he wtt-- after art Old ltrst, Bently-Whatt qtrwt -

Jefferson County Sentinel (Boulder, Mont.), 22 July 1887, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.