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TELEGRAPHIC.
PITTSIII'RG. Dec. 20.-Alter an idleness of
several months the Steel works of Hussey,
Howe & Co., will start up next Monday.
BRILKIANT, Ohio. I)Dec. 20-The Spauld
ing Iron Works. which have been closed
down for some tinte, will resume in all de
partoents next Monday.
PHILLIrPS CirY, I'a., Dec. 20.--''he fire at
Thorn Creek:w.,lls which began yesterday
is extinguished, except Fisher No. 8, which
is still burning furiously. The loss will not
exceed $30,000.
NEW YOIK. Dec 20.--lThe weekly bank
statelmenlt shows a reserve decrease of $1,
563,000. The h:nks now hold $40,686,000
in excess ot legal requlirements.
I ?A :coroner'- jury was empanmeled to-day,
but the inquest was adjourned. The funeral
of the victims will take p)lace to-morrow
and the interment will be in the cemetery
of the Holy Cross ro Flatbush. About noon
when the workmen had almost concluded
that there were no nore bodies buried be
neath the debr-lis, they came upon a group
of six more, all of which we-re burned to a
crisp. Thi, makes sixteen bodies in all re
covered.
N OTICE OF FINAL ENTRY.
Land Office at Helena, M. T.,
December 24, 1884.
Notice iL hereby given ,hat the following-named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proot in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before L. Rotwitt Deputy
Clerk of the Third Judicial District Court of Mon
tana Territory, in and for Meagher connty, at
White Sulphur Springs, on Saturday January 31,
1885, viz: George W. Collins, who made D). S No
4600 for the as s e 4 of section 19, and the n 3
n e H3 section 30. tp. 9 n r 7 e. He names the fol
lowing witteosses to prove his crntinuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Al
mon Spencer, Kleber 8. Tipton, Arthur W. Bias
andl Harvey Spencer, all of White Sulphur Springs
Meagher county, M. T.
7 F. ADKINSON, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY.
Latl Office at Helena, K. T.
December 24, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof wih he made before L. Rotwitt, Deputy
Clerk of the Third Judicial Dlistrict of Montava
Territory, in and for Meagher county, at White
S-ilphur Springs, on Thursday February 5, 1885,
viz: Hector W. tintchinson, who mile I). S. No.
5045, for the n e It w a)d n n e iic section 36
tp. .8 n r 7 e, and lot o< e (1) section 31 tp. 1s n r 8
e. liHe nanmes the following witnesses to pIrove his
continuous residence upon and coulti tivon of said
land, two of whom will testily on Saturdlay Janu
ary 31, 1885, before Michael '., Larkil, Notary
Public at Khibb) . Meagher county, Montana, John
W. lirown, Arthur Ford Jolhn S. Moler and Van
ltenderltder, all of Cora creek, Meaghcr county,
H. T. F. ADKINSON, Reglsteir.
NOTICE OF FLNAL ENTRY.
LAND OFFICE at Helena, Montana,
December 22, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
nal proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before L. Rotwitt, Deputy
Clerk of toe Third Judicial District Court of Mon
tanaTerrAtory,in and for Meagher county,at White
Sulphur Springs, on Friday January 80, 1885, viz:
Sh'ne, F. )ormc whio mdrle P. '. o .381, for
the s s swI an d s Q see . 5 tp. 8 nr 12 e.
Ifenanmes the tfi l lowing gwh iie,- s to porove his cni
sinuous reeidenee upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: henry ILandes, Geige It. WVlron, Jo
seph E Ihl1 l an bert! I'ounI. tll11 o c Martins
dale, Mengher county 1. U.
7F \It)KNllON, Register.
HoU.stein 'tock 1Farm.
(Four miles west iof White Sulphur t- ,rings 1
For Sale.
One l'nre Blood Bolstein Bull, and one
7-8 Holstelin Bull.
I also have a few choice Bronze
Turkeys and Plymouth Rock
chickens which I will sell.
For further particulars, call on or address
FRED. KLAUE.
BLACKSMITH SHOP.
DOWNEY & BRADBURY, PROP'S,
White Sulphur Springs, M. T.
All kinds of Blacksnmithirig, Repairing,
Horse Shcting, etc., done with
Neutness and Dispatch.
Shop-next door to Husbandman office.
ONE PRICE STORE
CLOTHING.
Gents'
Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS & SbHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
Cigars &Tobacco,
Crockery and Glassware.
L. MARKS, Act.
JNO. POTrTa. J. H. MoE. JONAS HIGGINS.
BANK
-OF
Meagher County,
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, M. T.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
Buy & Sell Exchange.
Deal in County warrants and
Local Securities.
"-Collections Promptly Attended to, and Tran
sact a General Banking Business.g~.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
POTTER, MOE & CO.
Montana National
OF HELENA.
C. A. BROADWATER - President.
A. G. CLARKE, Vice-President.
E. SHARPE,- - - - Cashier.
8, E. ATKINSON, Assistant Cashier.
Designated Depository and Finan
cial Agent of the United States.
Paid-up Capital, . $250,000
Surplus and Profits, - 35, 000
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE ACCOUNTS
OF MERCHANTS, MINERS, RANCHMEN
AND THOSE ENGAGED IN STOCK
AND WOOL GROWING.
DIRECTORS.
S. C. ASHBY, B. F. PO r[TS,
HERMAN GANS, H. F. GALEN,
S. H. CROUNSE, C. W. CANNON.
R. B. HARRISON. N. H. WEBSTER,
All of Helena.
A. iH. WILDER, of St. Paul. 16
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK,
OF HELENA, 1i. T.
Designated Depository of the United States.
Paid up capital - - $500,000
Surplus and profits - $250,000,
(Largest Capital and Surplus, and Pi
* oneer Nat. Bank of Montana.)
S. T. HAUSER, A. J. DAVIS
Preet. Vice-Prest.
E. W. KNIGHT, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT,
Cashier. Asst, Cashier.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
g~ General Banking Business Transacted.
DIRECTORS.
S T. IIATJSER, R. S. HAMILTON,
T. 11. KLEINSCHMIDT, C. P. HIGGINS,
JOHN, H. MING, JOHN C. CURTIS,
E. W. KNIGHI', A. M. HOLTER,
A J. DAVIS, T. C. POWER
H, M. PARCHEN.
Associate Banks.
First National Bank, Fort Benton, M. T.
" " " Butte, M. T.
Missoula National Bank, Mlssoula, M. T.
UBET, OKA,
XMARTINSDALE
-AND
White Sulphur Springs
Stage Line.
LANDES & LINTON, PROPRIETOS.
Good stock, quick time. and first-class
accomtn odatton- . 3
"Old Times,"
2nd door above P. O.
News, Nic-nax and Novelties
Tobacco & Cigars,
Fruits, Nuts, Confections,
Stationery, Etc. Etc.
10 R. T. RIDDLESBARGER.
NOTICE-TIMBER CULTURE.
Land Office at Helena, Montana, t
November 18, 1884. S
Before the Register and Receiver.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Eddie Suter against Benjamin F. Trofton for fail
ore to comply with law as to Timber-Culture En
try No. ..9 dated July 26, 1882, upon the E X 8 E
;E X N E sectionl 11, township 17 N range 12
E, in Meagher county, Montana, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleg
ing that said Trofton has not broken or in any
manner cultivated any part of said land and has
wholly abandoned said tract, the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this office on
the Slt day of December 1884, at 10 o'clock A.
M to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged failure, nd the parties are notiuned
hat testimony to be used at said hearing will be
taken befor John P. MoSweeney Notary Publico
at Stanford, Montana, commencing at 10 a. m.,
on December 27, 1884, and continuing from day
to day until all taken.
S F. ADKINSON, Register.
Carriise Paintin a Specialty.
All kinds of in and outdoor work done with promptness and dis
patch. All work warranted first-class.
GE32. P. REEVES & CO.,
manufacturing Jewelers.
JOHN STEINPEMEr
(with Geo. P Reeves & Co.)
Stone Cutter and Sette*.
Isnow prepared to manufacture from native
gold and silver ANY DESIGN.
ALL WoRK GAURANTEED.
WATIlCHES AND CLOCKS.
..Main Street, I-elena, M. T.
LUMBER, LATH AND. SHINGLESI
BIG CASINO AND MOCCASIN MILLS.
DRESSED FLOORING AND SIDING.
LARGE STOCK CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Prices Reduced to Suit the Times.
Parties about to build will find it to their interest to call up
on us, as we will not be undersold in the way of legitimate
trade. Very Low For Cash,
W. H. WATSON.
A. G. CLARKE THOMAS CONRAD, J. C. CURTIN.
CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN.
Established 1864.
52, 54, 56, Maitn Sreet,
TH1ELENA, - - - MONTANA,
Importers of and Jobbers.and Retail Dealers in
HEAVY SHELF AND BUILDING
RDW RE.
Sole Agents for the Famous
PRIZE, SILVER AND ROYAL ACORSN COOKING STOVES.
Also exclusive agents for the Celebrated
"SUPERIOR" STOVES,
And Wm. G. Fischer & Co.'s Cincinnati
. _ WROUGHT IRON HOTEL RANGES.
Waverly Base Buoner Parlor Stoves 2 and 3
The celebrated Forest and Modern Acorn
Base Burner PARLOR STOVES, MONTA
NA MINERS' STOVES.
A complete line of English and American Cutlery, Rogers & Bro's. Plated Ware, Eng
lish and American Glass and Queensware. French and American Mirrors, Wood anid
Willowware. Scutt's 4-point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Naylor & Jessop's celebrated
Pick and Drill Steel. Norway and American Iron, Scales, Axes. Etc. Com
plete stock of Rubber and Leather Belting, Rubber Hose and Packing,
Hydraulic Pipe and Nozzles. Tinners' Stock, Plumbers' Goods. Gas
Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, etc., Hardwood.
The whole of this magnificent stock was bought for Cash. which will enable us to name
Low Prices on all goods in our line.
Please give us a call when in the city, and we will take great pleasure in showing our
goods. CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN.
P. S.-Prompt Shipmemts and low Rates
LUMBER AND LATH.
New Saw Mill.
The undersigned have purchased the Scanmmon Steam Saw
Mill, on Newlan Creek, and are prepared to fill orders of every
description for
LUMiBER AND LATH,
To Ranchnmen and others at prices to suit the times.
1 CARR & McCUBBIN.
SHEEP. AL Farmers WOIL.
Interested in Sheep Husbandry, or in the now fast increasing
Angora goat industry, should read the
AMZR... hIC EPN 3.P BRODR,
The most ably edited, best pointed and finest illustrated special journal published.
Only One Dollar per annum. Sample Copy Free.
Address AMERICAN SHEEP BREEDER,
Chicago. Ill.
S. R. AND RUS,
Painting,
Gralningg
uaiimminng,
PAPER-HANGING,
DECORATING, ETC.
White Sulphur Springs, M. T. 32
Watch Makers
AND DEALERS In
Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Fine
Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware.
Special Attention Given to Repairing
WATCH.S AND CLOCKS.
SARATOGA,
DUNHAM, MALONEY & COATES,
(Next Door to Springs Hotel,)
White Sulphur Springs, M. T.
ESTRAYED, TAKEN-UP, ETC
Estrayed.
On September 1st 1 lost, near Msrtin dale, two
horses, described as follows: A light bay, bald
face, four white stocking feet t;ne $las eye, 4 or
5 years old, branded Son left tlhigh, vynt on
left shoulder, and weighs about ,0oc. Ihe other
is a dark bay, roan nose, d years old, and veighs
1,05tO pounds, branded P1' oni left shollder.
L. S. LEAVITT
6 Kibby, M. .
Taken Up.
('ine into our band, on the Musselahell, on,
brown 3-year-old stallion. branded 11 low down
on left hal. Th'le owner san havye same by prov
ing property aidi paying charges.
El). SAYIIE & BRO.
6 Alartinsdale, Mont.
E.ntrayed.
One irOnlgray horse, 14 hand- high, dim brand
on left shoulder; light tind foot turns in; had a
rope on loot when left. A fair reward given for
hi- recovery or itlormation leading to the same.
White Sulphur Springs, M. T.. E
Estrayed or Stolen.
One large light bay, bald-faced horse, branded
LAD on left shoulder; One dark bayhorse, JNR
combined on left thigih has had awiney; both
eavethe "US" "'I C" brand on. Both hadon
leather halters when they left. Suitable reward
for any information. Wx. Loosie.
Ubet, Montana.
Taken Up.
dOne bay horse, 8 years old, branded e very
dim on right shoulder. The owner can have himi
by fully describing the horse and paying ch sages.
Address Husbandana Office.
35 White Sulphur Springs, M. T.
Taken-Up.
Ose dark bay horse branded D G on left thigh
white strip In face. Also one light hay, no brand,
both about 16 h,,nds high. The owner can ascer
tain whereabouts of same by paying for this no
tice. HUSaANDAN. 25
Taken Up.
One gray horse, branded AL combined on left
shoulder. One gray horse, branded H uon left hip.
Toe owner can have the horses by applying at this
office and paying chargee.
Stolen.
On the night of the 27th ol June, 1884, one gray
saddle pony, nearly white, branded with a conm
bired 8-8 with a small w over t as represented.
.talltd is on the left shoulder and Is very plain.
He is 11 years old and is the children's saddle po
ny. Any reasonable reward will be paid for his
return or for information leading to his recovery
JOHN W. WiNTER
3'5 Philbrook, M. 1T.
Taken Up.
Two work horses came to my place on Cotton
wood creek. Uoe is a roan with bald face and
three white feet, branded P O) on left hip. The
other is a dark bay, branded L 7-14 on right
shoulder. The owner is requested 5 to call, prove
property and pay charges.
i. S. BAKRER.
50 (Cottonwood, Mont.
Estray.
One five-vear-old bay horse, stafar In ferehead
caddie marks on right side; branded with a small
n on left shoulder. One light bay, three years
old, large of his age, with leather headstall on;
branded AHM combined left shoulder. One brown
mare, about six years old branded a triangle
with a handle to it. One t oree-ycar-old horse,
bay with white is forehead; branded MB combin
ed on lelt shoulder. These horses estrayed from
Flag tail, on the Musselshell. Address J T.
More or Andy Holland, White Sulphur Springs,
Montana.
-TOLEN HORSES.
the following is a list of horses captured from
horse thieves and t, tie folnd at Stuart, Kobra d&
CO s. rnaeh, 1ei lo, Ft gio sterbrib:
One .onu horse, 'i,,ut lit hands high, lour white
feet, idark iniie alid tail, no brainds. tie light
brown honrse, freslly blyitled HR combined on
left shoulder, and 217 It on let fore hoof; about 18
ha is lhigh. (ne sorrel horse, absout 16 hands
high, branded ill' eomblned (fresh) on left shoul
der; both hind feet and left tore too: white; ap
pahrently 217 B has been erased frol left fore foot.
tee dlarh bay her -, about 16 hands high, right
hInd foot whtte; freslay brandled Hi combined on
left shounler and 217 on left fore hoof. One flea
bitten gray horse, about 16 hands high; freshly
biranidel itL' conhbini.e o\er a dash on left shoul
der over dim MIP brand; also 217 on left hoof One
bay horse, about I6 hands high, blind in right eye,
branded dim2 B on left thigh One bright bay
horse, ahout 15 h.,nds high, branded TH combin
ed on left thigh and :ll on :eft shoulder; also 2
on left side of neck One din horse, stripe in
face, branded C on leftll shoulder, and 45 connected
and S on right shoulder; also S on right thigh;
both hind feet white; medium size One red and
white speckled horse, medium size, branded PL
combined (blotched) on right sihoulder. One bay
roan horse, medium size, tlree white feet, brand
ed fresh B C over a dash on left thigh. Ole brown
nore about 1 hands high, braided fresh A with a
,urve over it on left shoulder and LIIK combined
on left thigh. One roan sorrel horse, medium
size, bald face aid four white feet; no brands.
Two iroiigray horses, medium size; no brands.
One light sorrel hiorse, medium size, branded
tomahawk on both shoulders aul E with a curve
over it on left thigh. One bright bay horse, me
dium size; no brands. One bay roan, medium
size, brandeld fresh R on right flank. One dark
boy mare, about 15 hands high, branded x7 and
diamond on lePt shouler, snid dlasond A on left
thigh. One lig t sorrel enire about"15 hands high,
brnded t I oni left solldler and A tn lelt fluiik;
hind feet white. Otnel.un horse, small size; dim
T oU left shoulder. ()hte chestnut sorrel mare
small size, hind toot while, sol ip in face; branded
a squlae with ita selnl-ci rie over it on llet ehoulder.
One small br gilt by a:,re, hiid feet white: fresh
biranded i square witth a semiiceircle at the top on
left shouler, over dim hrand. One smill dark
dun matre. iblack mane alt tail. three white legs:
brulnded dim .1 V ii left osihouller and fresh B C
oer tlast th on lelf thigh, and q" combined on
right shiltider (Une ii.tl I Itright bay niere brand
el cloos- on lef thlgh: has sorrelll mare colt One
sltlll I ght roalt hioure, frillt feet white; tslanded
U U on eti sh ildier and IU I) above a dasha on
lel: thih-h-fresh. cOne aillt sorrel lhorse, light
mnie and thuil: hiranded fresh U I) in left shoulder
iil U I) aiove a daslh on lil't thigh One nsmall
roilln horse. tihree white feet; tno brllands
Ownier., will plhtse call, prove pr. perty, pay
chtarges, III1s tllke their Inalllllllli away.
Proposals.
Clerk's Officer Mesgier Conutty,
White 5ulphur .5trings M. . Dec. 9, 1&4.
Notice is hereby given that Sealed Proposals
will be received at the ('ounty Clerk's office of
Meagher county, for the care support and main
tenance of the sick, poor, and infirm of the coun
typer capita, by the week for the ensuing year.
saidproposals to cover the entire cost of feeding.
clothing and nursing of the said -ick, poor and
infirm and all burial expenses thereof. said pro
sosals will be received until Monday, December
29th, 1884, and the right to reject any and all
eealed proposals Is hereby reserved.
By order of the Board of Commissionera.
5 L. RfiTWITT, Clerk.
' be lilUyl:yi, 1itl-u is iss!'tu March
anol Ueit. eah year: 22 pa ac, .
ir ies, with over 3,300 illht·-ttions-
a whole picturegallery. Clives who;.,::'
prices direct to consumera on all goods fr
Pcrsonal or t family ini.
'ells how to order, alnd
gi..es exact cost of ev
er thingyou use, drin':,
eat, wear, or have f.n
wI h. These invalua:.9a
- 3 con: 'r in.ormation )l,.'ane" t'. n
i markets of tihe worldt. Y e will tr il
a copy Free to any address tupomn re t
of the postage-8 cents. Let s 1...r
from you. Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & Co.
Surf J at u w~aJ. &Aveas., . iei. lU

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