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Local News ,
-'T'he Springs hotel anoulrces a grand
Christmas treat for the little folks.
-A. Spencer has killed eight turkeys for
the Christmas of the White Sulphur Springs
hotel.
-Buford Farris left Tuesday morning
for Texas and Missouri. He %% ill be absent
about a month.
-Ile who makes the young heart glad at
the merry. merry Christmas time, is indeed
a benefactor.
-'l'h Butte Miner, in speaking of the late
appointment of Governor, says that the
preidesnt is usino Mtontana as a dumlping
ground for cast-off politician-. It does niot
state, however, whether it i ftor d(illlpilig
hliealings or tailings.
-The Helena Businllss College. udlller the
mainagemllenlt of Profs. 11. I. Englelhornl aind
E. O. Rail-back, is meetinig with far greater
succttess than way anticipated by ally onIe at
tile titie of its organizationi. If it now ini
the seconll ytear of its existence and has an
llenrollllent of forty-five studentl-. All ot
last year's graduiates are filling Iesponsible
positions antld giving ulniversail suibsfa(lctiOi.
Young tpeople de-iringa priactical edcilations
should not forget this schoold. See advter
tilse, i it.
NEVER WERE LOST.
We find the following in tLe Murray, Ida
he, Sun of l)ecember 13th, under the setna
tional caption. "Cowboy Deviltry-Four
Cteur d'Aleners Butchered in the Little
Rockies."
Bu'rtE, Monianta. Dec. 4, 1884.
FRIENI) BE :-i wish you would take the
trouble to find out who wenit to the Little
Rockies witll Jack Smith, as the entire par
ty was killed by cowboys at Rocky Point
on the Missouri river. There were four in
the party. The name of one was Charles
Ryor, a tall German or Sweede. Another
was a young man fiom New York. a drug
gist. I think. Please find out their names
and address if possible, and let me know as
soon as you can. It wa. Anderson's gang
theft (lid the muriiiiering.
L. F. BRACY.
Jack Smith alld Charles Riar reside at
White Sulphur Springs, and have since the
Little Rocky excitellment subsided. Mr. Ri
ar walked here on Thanksgiving agtinst
time. alid had our Butte friend been a read
er ofthe papers he would not have committed
such a blunder. 'fThe other three men of
the party, Butler. Chapmanii andti Burns,welit
down the river lit a mackinaw. and arc ere
this taking in the sights at the World's Fair
at New Orleans.
InI regard to thll severe measures resorted
to In eastern Monltalna, we wouli state that
the cowboys are not a reckless band of mur
derers, but are an organization of trusty
men guitled and directed by the best and
most influential men of that section, and an
ilnAcent man Is as sale in their hands as lie
woultl e at home with his wife and babies
by his own Hfireide or under the parental
roof.
A MERRY-MAKING FOR THE -301 AND
GIRLS. Je
'l'l.he. will te a merry Christmas party
lor the little trlks it the White Sulphur ra
Spring.s hotel, No tiidayi evening, Dec. 29th.a
to wlhii all the school chihirell, boys and
girls iu the ioe i and vi,.cinity are cordially a
invithd. I. is the ite t ioii to have a regu
lar '1hl-ta-hioedl .'hihliretn's party, without at
lmoney or il rice. Coll one rndl all nd haive
lots I l inn. A. SrP'NCErt,
Maniget'r Whitr Sulllr Spri'igs Hotel. Li
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The followiiig lre tile arrivals at White
Sulphur Springs hottel for the week ending Si
Wednesday Dec. 24 :
Jailles Fairweatherl', Jamllles BrarIb(er. Mar
rar ; Rev. M. J. Hall and r'aiuily, city; W.
'T'otterndrle. Birch creek ; .1. C. 'lipton, val
ley ; Win. Linton, Martinsdale ; Geo. Ber
ry, valley ; J. T. Moore, Fort Logan ; Winr.
Johnsonll. (Gray-oil creek ; Ed. Catlinl, val
ley; John 0. lfussey andl wile, city ; Fred
Miller; Wrm. Boyi, Birch creek; Janes B.
Phelps, valley ; J. E. Strom, Elkhorn.; P. 4
Nickolonri, Richard llurren, B. Tierney.
Spsinig-.
ABSTRACT OE ABBESSMENT ROLL.
'lThe hollowing is a complete abstract of
lithe -aisr'elselet rioll o.f Mellgher county :
ARTI LES. NO. VALUE.
Acres of land.......... .... 1,323 $ 89 6(55
Value orimnprovm'ts on land 491 785
Town lots................. 913 43 240
Val of implrovement on lots. 148 895
Merchandise.... .......... 2019 14
Capital in manufactories.... 6i9 050
lor's ........................ 14,191 5125 340
rlules or asses.............. 42 219 345
Sheep orgoats.. .......... 252,465 70)1 074
Oxen & steers over y2 r old.. 477 25 150
Cows over 2 veare old .. 6S. (4 :14 )10
Hleifers & steers bt'n I & 2 yr 841 12 71t5
B ulls ........................ 5 2 7 )
Stock cattle..... .......0,377 1 Sir 120
Hlogs arnd Pigs... .......... .85 5 745
Wagons and carriages..... 1,418 72 255
Maoney..........5............ 2 Sti0
Credits ........... ... .153 745
Watches .................. 224 5 7511
Clocks . .. .............. 37 275
Pieces of jewelry........ 11 880
Pieces of gold or silver plate 2 41
lMusical instruments.......... 50 3 5.,
Household furniture......... 800
Stock or shares in corporat'n 93
Grain ............. ........... 2 099
Harness .................. . 21 65ti
Patented mining ground.... 9 815
Improvement on mines...... 611 960
Allother property........... 36 925
Total ................... $4,856 20.
Special road tax collected $2,442.
" " `" 2.250.
DIE D.
At Helena, December 20, 1884, Alex Ii. Beattle,
( lerk of the Third Sudiclal District Court.
Townsaint Vancouver Hair Works.
WIII always purchase horse hair in any quanti
ty, and pay the hlghest prle.
A. F. TOUer W.INT.
Vancouver, W. T.
-A neat little cottage of three rooms, all
nicely furnished, for rent two or three
months. Inquire of B. W. Badger.
-The Skating Rink has been completely
refitted, and is now one of the nicest and
most complete halls in the Territory. It
has been wainscotted, lathed and plastered
and the new Maple Floor laid. It will be
open every evening during the week and
Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Rates of
admission to the hall, 50 cents for gentle
men, or six tickets for $2.00; boys under
twelve, 25 cents. All gents in the hall,
whethdr they skate or not, will be charged
the same. Ladies, free. The gallery is
comfortably seated( for spectators and is free,
except at times when special attractions are
offered, when an admission fee will be
charged. We have a movable stage which
can he put tip int a few hours, for concert or
theatrical purposes, and chairs luffilcient to
seat the hall. i. S. PRICE.
-'T'.:P. McDonald & Co. request an imme
diale settlement of accounts due the tirm
for beef.
-Andersotn Bros. have a tilne assorslment Fi
of fur caps of the nobbiest pattern, and are
selling them cheap.
-Kulnpe's Hlair 'I'onic is becoming a
nrlot polpular article for hair dressing. It
also cleans the scalp and I)revents the hair
frotn fliling out.
-Just received, a full supply of perfumes,
soaps, andt toilet articles; Wostenholm's A
cutlery, etc., at A. W. Sias'.
-A large stock of toilet soaps, odor cases, iI
dressing cases, etc., just received at the C
Di ug Store.
-Diamond Dye, for coloring silk, wool I
cotton, leathers, basket work and all kinds
of fancy work, at 10 cents per package, at
the Drug Store.
-Paint brushes in great variety, at Drug
Store.
-Paints, oils, varnllishels. alnd artists'goods
of every variety, at the Drug Store.
-Lots of fun at the Skating Rink. If you
don't believe, it go and try it for yourself.
-Camphor lee, the best known remedy I
for chapped hands and lips, at Kumpe's.
-"Sure Kill" Fly Paper at Drug Store.
-Try Kumpe's Condition Powders-the
best in use.
-Inlpearling Fluid, an elegant and useful
article for cleanlsing and preserving the I
teeth, at Kumpe's Drug Store. Price 75 cts.
-Cool draughts ol Soda, at the News De
pot. (
-Just received ai large lot of the clhocest
brands of wines and liquors at the Drug Store
-St. Paul Paint & Color Co.'s prepared
hou.-e paints, the best in use. Try them.
Geo. E. Kumpe, Jr., Sole Agent.
-Oranges, lemons, peaches and plums
just received at A. W. Sias' new stand.
-A good billiard table with halls, ones,
pool-board, etc., for sale cheap. For partic
ulars enquire at this oftice.
-Full supply of a.Usay outfits at Drug
Store.
-Go to Baker & )elLorimier's for youlr
Jerseys.
-Baker & DeLorimier have received a
nice lot of Ulsters. Dolmans and Cloaks for
tall and winter.
-Just received it Baltker & DeLorimier's
a large assortmenllt of ('orsets, includingl
Glove--nurlitnu. 800 hlotue, F'renlch Woven
and Clara Salin.
-Kalsonuime in all tints, at Drug Store.
-All elegantl ai-ortlient of itesksecker's,
Lundliwrg's and lulin'-I perilutms, at the
Drug Store.
--Smoke Gold Flake tot) ,co, at Sias'.
-Morri- Bros'. contectie imery. at A. W.
Sias'.
GR.A D
New Year's
-AT THE
HEICIWN HOUSE,
WHITE SULPIIHUR SPRINGS,
On the Evening of
Decemb'r 31ST"
Admission for Gentleman and I.ady to Both
BALL and SUPPER, $2.00.
The management begs leave to announce that
this Ball is given by request, and the above
charge of $ 2 00 per Ticket is to defray actual ex- i
pense only
IIELI NA
ANI)
ENGLISH TRAINI'G SCHQOL,
BROADWAY, - HELENA, 1. T.
Re-opened Monday, September 1st, 1884, and
will continue throughout the year.
A Practical school for young men and women.
COURSE OF STUDY.
Commercial, Stenographic, Preparatory or Eng
lies Pen, Art, and Crayon.
The same text-books and manner of instruc
tlon are used here as in the leading Bryant &
Stratton Commercial Colleges in the United
States.
Evening Sessions Fromn October to
April.
PENNMANSHIP, BOOK-KEEPING AND STE
NOGRAPHY A SPECIALTY.
Send for saw CIRCULAR, giving course of study,
rates of tuition, &o. Address.
Ii. T. ENGELilORN, or 1
E. 0. RAILSBACK, Principals,
46 Helena, Montana.
I l In li N in i I
C. E. KUMPE, JR.
White Sulphur Springs, Montana.
DRUGGIST & PHARMACIST
WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALER.!
Pure Wines, Brandies and Whiskies for Medical Use.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Toilet Articles, Perfumes,
Stationery, Notions, Etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnis :es, and Artists' Goods.
Cigars and Tolbaccos.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at all Hours, Day & Night.
,~"TERMS STRI:I''LY CASH.`i
(Parberry's New Block)
ARE NOW Cor. Second Cotton Batting, Bed Spreads,
& Main ,
Spring . Feather Pil- Lace Bed Sets,
Estahl ishe lo Bed aor
lows,Bed Coim- Lace Curtains,
And are show- : a a br
nd gar fh fonterds, Blank- Lace 4ambre
ing a fll ande ets, Mats, Rugs quins, Shades,
complete line
rocade Dress and Crumb Poles,Cornices
Brocade Dress 'Cloth
\ C.loth, Trunk
Goods, Plain Fringes, Cor
e and Valises.
Dress Goods, Red Flatuels A fine line of sets, Ladies'
Plaid Dress Gray Flannels. and children's
Show Caseats,
Goods, Cash- WhiteFlannels Good &. Suits, ats,
meres, DeBel- Blue Flannels, p Hosiery, Per
ges, Camel's Plaid, Checked " . 5 't umes, Fancy
Hair, Shordah & Canton Flan- Soaps, Fine
Cloth, Lady's nels, eached Leather and
Cloth, Calicoes Muslins, Un- -s Plush Goods,
Si n g ham s, bleached M us- 6N 'P Carpets, Mat
Lawns, Mulls, lin, Sheetings, A ' ' tings,01 Cloth
swisses,Plques Pillow Casing. . ° Main St., and Linoleum,
Cretonnes, selesias dril'ngs I 1 t Dort Benton. &c., &Ac., Ac.
MEAT MARKET. I
White Sulphur Springs, - - Montana.
We keep in stock a first-class article
of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fresh Ranch
Butter and Eggs, Poultry and Vegeta- A
bles of all kinds.
TTHOS. P. XVcDONALD & CO.
LUMBER! LUMBER!!
LATH AND SHINGLES,
AT J. G. PICKERING'S NEW YARD,
White Su.jihur Snrings, - Montana.
liHe has the best equipped mill in Montlna, and can till orders for every description of
Dressed Flooring, Siding, Dimension Stuff, Lath and Shingles, in any Quantity.
TALLY HO ! TALLY HO !
The Finest Coach Line on Earth.
From White Sulphur Springs to Townsend, Daily
Making connections with the Northern Pacific trains.
Through Trip in from Five to Seven Hours.
J. =. MaAlRKS.
WHIT SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL,
SALMON SPENCE7 f , Manager.
The only Hotel in connection with the
Springs, and headquarters for all
the Stage Lines running into
and out of the Springs.
. EVERYTNING THE BEST THE MARKET OR THE COUNTRY AFFORDS.
CHARGES REASONABI.E.
s. 61
FOR SALE.
________________________
For Sale.
- head of Stock Cattle For Sale-Six good
Dairy cows in the lot. Enquire at
3-4t HueBANDMA Office.
FOIt SALE.
My ranch, situated about three miles west of
White Sulphur Springs; also my herd of about 125
head, more or less. of slock cuttle, now running
on Smith River valley: also 3 horses and a wag
on. The above projperty will be sold at a bargain
for cash. For particulars pply ton L. Jiotwitt, at
the Clerk's otlice, or to the undersigned.
-27 ~.NGLEBIIRT' FITZ.
White Sulphur ,prings, M. T.
450 Bucks for Sale.
We have now on hatd aitine lot of thoroughbred
Merino, grade Mlertno, cross hetlv en Shropshire
down and Merino which Iwe.are oilering lor sale at
a reasonable ilgure. '1 hose wishing bucks will do
well to give us a call. SM3l'l I BROS.
7sartinsdlale, M. T.
JIHEV1EP FO1i SAL.E
I will sell cheap Ibr casi six thousand sheep-
four thousand breeding ewes, two thousand lambs
and eighty-fivl runls. The sheep are tree from
scab and iI good condition S. S. IIOB~ON.
Agent for 1. 11. Klemschmidt, Assignee, Utica,
M. T. 42
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
News Depot.
(Hennessy's Block.)
Choice Line of
Cigars and Tobaccws,
STATIONERY, CUT'ILER Y. ETC.
Sole Agent for Norris Bros.'
Pure Home-Made Confectionary.
Morris Bros,' Soda Continually on Draft.
37 ARTIIUfR W. SIAS, t'ro'p.
WM. WOOLSEY'S
Stake, Ex resa & Frtight Linl
-FROM
LIV IN ( S'ON
-To-
White Sulphur Springs.
Leaves Livingston on and after the first Monday
in March, making one trip n week as tollows:
Leaves Livingston Mondla) arrive at White Sul
>hur Springs ,uesday; leaves White Sulphur
prings Thursday, arrives in Livingston again on
Friday.
Passengers and express safely carried at reason
ablerates. Also heavy freight transported o or
from either point with dispatch.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .
JAMES MACDONALD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLERY AND BARNESS,
WIIIrrt SUI'L'H SPRINC;. M. T.
{eep always on hand a full line of custom made
Harness and Saddles,
together with a large stock of Saddlers' Goods.
H1l Work Warranted, and Prices Low.
Macdonald's Brick, Main St.
Grand Christmas
BALL,
-AT
Good Templars' Hall,
Deoernb'r 25.
To be given by a committee of ladies, the pro
ceeds to be used for a charitable purpose.
A good band of music will be in attendance,
and a splendid entertainment assured.
TIKETS, Including Supper, $3.00.
j"-A General Invitation is Extended.'tl
Higgins House
WuHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, M. T.
E. C. DYER, - MANAGER.
The Finest Hotel in Montana.
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS
A three-story brick structure all
New and Elegantly Furnished.
Every department is very complete in every
respect, and the whole is run without
regard to expense
ltC(all and See Us u 6
PHILIP ZIMMERMAN,
THE TAILOR,
Has moved to Hennessy's block, in tbhe rear of
Cusick's Jewelry store.
Suits Made to Order.
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done.
He also cleans and repairs Ladies' Dresses.
Cloaks, Dollmans, Etc.
Il-Call and see him.

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