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THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL.
VOL. PHILIPSBURG, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1887. NO. 14
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THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL
Bryan & .oy. Prepretors.
Issued EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered at thel otfce at Philipsburg, Deer
Lodge .un % Meo.ntanaas second- clasmatter
for tr ansmisson through the mail.
TUMS Oi SUBS(IPTION ;
One year, in advance .............. .....a O0
Paid at expiration of Fear ....... ....4 00
irmonths ........................"......" 1 f
WOTION TO PATaOXs.
Local notices ten cents per line.
Professional Cards (1 inch) $18 per year.
elar advertisements payable monthly.
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Msho notify us promptly by postal card.
E.tray.notices, 8 for first animal described,
and $1 for each additional animal described.
Remittances by registered letter, postal order
or draft at our risk; but not at our expense.
Any person taking this raper can have the
same discontinued without trouble by notifying
ms and paying up all arrears to date.
W. H. ALLEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Diseases of women specially treated. Offe
next door east of Hynes' Hotel.
ParLIrsPaB , - - - MONTr
FRANK D. BROWN,
General Legal Business Promptly Attended
to. Mining work a specialty.
PIlIuPSRGo, - MorrANA.
D. N. DURFEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Prosecuting Attorney for Deer Lodge county.
PmLPrz'auua, - MoNTANA.
WINOGFIELD L. BROWN,
ATTOamx AT LAw & NoIaar PtBauo.
All legal business promptly attende to. Spec
ial attention paid to collection.
MILOT BUILDING, - Painpsa.ass.
CAMPBELL & DFPFY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
J. H. Durrr. Tuoxrsoa CAMPBaLL.
Thomas' Block, Park Street,
BUTTn CITY, - - MONTANA.
W. L. Brown, Campbell & Dulry,
Philipsburg. Butte City.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Legal business of all kind, to be transacted in
Philipsburg or vicinity will receive prompt at
tention. Address firm at either potoffice.
Q. a. KELLOGG,
[Drtrrr U. 8. Mineral Surveyor.]
Orders for surveys of mineral and agricultural
lands will receive prompt attention.
Dnra LODGE. - MONTANA.
W. J. SWARTZ,
havring, Hair Cutting and Shampooing neatly
and promptly attended to.
GBRAxNIT . - MONTANA.
T'E MINERS' HOSPITAL,
Anyone subscribing $L25 per month to the
above institution will be entitled. when sick, to
all the privileges of a first-class hospital without
A. Labrie, H. D. Prop.
CONSUMERS OP WATER,
Are notified that all rates must be paid prompt.
ly by the 20th of each month. All persons using
water from the Company's hydrants and not pay
ing therefor will be prosecuted to the full extent
of the law.
Wn. T. ALseox, S8pt. and Collector.
ALL PARTIES ARE PROHIBITED,
From fishing or hunting on the ranches of the
undersigned. Any person or persons doing so
will be prosecuted to the fall extent of the Irw,
Mas. H. SolxarmL,
Las C. DaenasaBT,
D. A. MOPasA..
FoR THE PHI IPSBURG MAlI
Subscription per year only $S00; si months
Shlngles For Bale.
Star A Star Shingles for sale. For particulars
trrquire at offioe of Frank D. Brown.
McIntyre & Matthews,
Orders from Granite and vicinity will receive
Hard Wood For Sale.
BaOADWAY, - PIzIPBsBUBO.
THE KAISER HOUSE
I. Kaiser, Prop.
First - Class Table.
Fire Proof Brick Building.
Headquarters for Commercial Travelers. All
stages stop at this hotel.
M. KAISER, Prop.
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Contractors and Builders
And Dealers in.
Fine Furniture, iash, DoAn - ;d
& Geieral Uiidertaking Business nt
Ofice and wareroom located one door west of
Hynes' Hotel. Broadway, Philipsburg.
COLE & McDONEL,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
The house is supplied with billiard tables and
every convenience and comfort for the enter
tainment of its guests which attaches to such an
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Pork and Veal.
Branch shop at Granite, where the Granite
public will be attended to.
J. E. Meyer, Prop.
THE HYNES HOUSE,
UPPER BROADWAY, Philipsburg.
The tables are supplied with the best the mar
Rates, per day ... .........................
Bates, per week ........................... 10o
MRS. H. HYNES, Prop.
Yee Wo & Yee Ah Yoat
Washing and Ironing,
Clothes called for and delivered. Office back
of Cspioe & Smith's store.
TERRIT.I IAL NEWS.
Items of Interest From Both Sides
of the Divide.
Notes Clipped and Condensed From
Exchanges Published Within
Dillon has a band of"gypsies.
Helena is to have a bicycle club.
Great Falls is to have a flour mill.
The board of trade, at Benton, has
A lodge of Odd Fellows was instituted
at Sun River. last week.
A cavalry and militia company have
been organized at Helena.
A sawmill is to be built as Elkhorn by
Messrs. Manahan & Lee.
The farmers near Missoula are selling
wheat for one dollar per bushel
Montana ministers want Sam Jones,
the revivalist, to visit the territory.
The population of Helena, according
to the late census, is given at 10,671.
Immense quantities of supplies are be
ing loaded at Bismarck for the Manitoba
Wood is $3.75 a cord and lumber $20
@$23 per thousand at Lewiston, Fergus
The republican city nominating con
vention of BUite will be held at Butte on
Nellie Boyd is coming to Montana
again. She will be at Dillon on the 23d
A carload of slate for W. A. Clark's
mansion at Butte has arrived from
A Butte lover presented his lady-love
with a poodle dog instead of an engage
Henry Hammond, of Missoula, is get
ting out 9,000,000 feet of lumber for the
41 contract for carrying the mail be
tween Martinsdale add Ubet has been let
to W. Jo. for $472.
Councilman' Waters, of Billings, has
been appointed manager of all the Yel
lowstone National Park.
A Northern Pacific train ran into a
band of deer at Hellgate canyon last Fri-1
pay and killed four of them.
Two indictments for bigamy have been
found by the grand jury of Fergus county
against residents of that county.
The Sisters of Charity, of Helena. are
taking steps to erect a new academy, the
present building being inadequate.
W. A. Clark let a contract to Mc
Connell & McDavitt for a 52-room hotel
at Soda Springs, Idaho, for $50,000.
Katie Putnam has been stricken with
paralysis and a report was in circulation
att Butte this week that she had died.
H. Spauding, of the Missoula Times,
has bought a lot and will erect a two
story building for his office at that
The Inter Mountain publishes a rumor
that Butte will have a $150,000 hotel, on
Park street, just west of the Lizzie
It is estimated that $250,000 worth of
powder wifl be used in blasting on the
Montana Central's big tunnel in Jefferson
The Manitoba road has now an im
mense force of men at Minot on the ex
tension of that road to Great Falls an&
E. W. Kline. of the Big Blackfoot, shot
a timber wolf the other day and disposed
of the skin at Missoula for $6.-Mis
The president has appointed Newton
Whitehead McConnell, of Tennessee, to
the chief justiceship of Montana, vice D.
S. Wade, term expired.
Robert Munday, a miner living in Dub
lin gulch, Butte, has disappeared, and is
supposed to have committed suicide, as
he took a gun with him.
An extensive snow slide at the Boze
man tunnel, on the Northern Pacific, ob
structed trains on the 20th. It was 100
feet long by 10 feet deep.
The report of the police department
of Missoula for the month of March
showed 19 arrests, 17 convictions, 5 paid
fines and costs, and 12 were committed.
The Butte water company is going to
pump water a mile up hill, from a cis
tern in the valley to a reservoir above the
city, in order to increase the water sup
The Husbandman says there are about
40 men from Neihart at work on the road
down Belt creek, in order to give the
trade of that camp an outlet to Great
The opera house of Butte is to be im
proved. A row of boxes or stalls will be
placed in the dress circle in front of the
main entrance. A large ventilator will
A special session of the Knights of La
bor, with delegates from all parts of Mon
tana, convened at Helena last Friday to
consider matters which have arisen since
the last annual convention.
At least a score of men have left for
the Libby Creek country and Scott An
derson and Phil Lynch made the return
trip in two days in order to record their
claims without delay.-Missoulian.
A heavy swab stick fell 100 feet in the
High Ore shaft, Butte, a few days ago,
striking Ben Trezma square on the back,
compelling that gentleman to stay at
home a few days.-Mining Journal.
A loaded cartridge with which an
eight-year-old son of John Connolly, of
the Shonkin, was playing last
week, exploded, and a portion of the shell
struck him in the eye, putting the eye
Austin Merrill, a well-known pros
pector of Missoula, was killed last Fri
day by the accidental discharge ofa re
volver. It fell out of his scabbard while
he was stooping to drink from a moun
An attempt was made to burglarize the
residence of Louis Lineman, of Butte,
one night last week. Mrs. Lineman, being
the only person in the house at the time,
called out to the burglar and threatened
to shoot, whereupon he ran off.
A prisoner working on the streets for
the city Wednesday made a bold dash for
liberty, but Marshal Kenney and a man
man on horseback wore him out and re
captured hiin a short distance below
Judge Stephens' ranch.-Missoulian.
Inter Mountain: M. H. Keefe, of the
firm of Larson, Keefe & Co., who have
the ctntract for the Butte extension of
the Montana Central, took a life con
tract at Helena last Monday, the other
party to the contract being Miss Winnie
Deegan, daughter of Ross Degan.
The sheriff's office at Butte .is in re
ceipt of information from Anaconda that
a boy about eight years old was found on
the north-bound Garrison train on the
evening of the 20th, and as he would give
no account of himself he was held there
awaiting identification -Tnter Mountain.
William Egan, section foreman for the
Northern Pacific at Gold Creek, was se
riously stabbed on the 20th instant by Al
bert Osborne, while in the act of quelling
a drunken disturbance between Osborne
and a man named Donhardt. Sheriff
Coleman arrested Osborne and took him
to Deer Lodge.
The Montana Stockgrowers' associ
ation convened at Miles City on the 19th
and continued two days. About 100
members were present. Following are the
officers elected: President, Joseph Scott.
of Miles City; first vice president, B. F.
Potts, of Helena; second vice president,
William Harmon, of Miles City, and sec
retary-treasurer, R. B. Harrison, of Hel
ena. A grand reception and banquet was
tendered the members of the association
by the citizens. The convention ad
journed sine die on the 20th.
Petitions were presented to the
commissioners of Silver Bow county and
the city council of Butte, at their last
meetings, asking right of way for street
car lines from the depot through Butte
and Centerville to Walkerville, and out
Park street and to Meaderville. The line
from the depot to Walkerville to be oper
ated by cable power, and the branch line
-o Meaderville by horse power. The pe
titioners are Thomas and Geoffrey La
vell, Joseph A. Hyde, E. M. Trask and
one or two others.
Doings Throughout the World and
Items Taken From the Latest Tele
graphic Reports on Subjects
Lugonia, San Bernardino county, OaL,
refuseB to tolerate a liquor saloon.
Goldenstein, the San Francisco child
murderer, will be hung on June 10.
The queen of Servia has separated from
her husband and returned to her mother.
Major John E. Blaine, brother of James
G., died at Hot Springs, Ark., on the 21st.
Bridget Hughes was cremated in a
burning building at New York last week,
Immigrants continue pouring into
Walla Walla, and the hotels are full, says
It is expected that another call from
Washington for 3 per cent. bonds will be
made in a few days '.
The Western Union Telegraph Co. has
watered its stock once more to the
amount of $1,200,000.
Six men were condemned to death on
20th inst. at St. Petersburg for attempt
ing to assassinate the Czar.
A London dispatch states that an
earthquake was felt last week over the
whole of the island of Jersey.
A strike of 250 men occurred at New
York the 21st against Tiffany & Co., the
largest jewelry manufacturers in the
John Grady, a Pennsylvania convict,
had arun of bad luck. He died one day
and therelvn lost $200,000, to which he fell
heir- next 'day.
Postmaster C. W. Roby, at Portland,
Or., has appointed his wife to the office
of Assistant Postmaster at a salary of
$127 per month.
The war department has ordered the
removal to Mount Vernon, Ala., of all
the Apaches confined at Fort Marion, St.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
railroad is ordering $1,000,000 worth of
of steel in England. Prominent iron
men are given as authority for the state
Lieutenant John W. Dannehower, one
of the survivors of the Jeannette Arctic
expedition, committed suicide at the
naval academy at Annapolis, Maryland,
on the 20th.
John W. Mackay, of the Postal Tele
graph company, is going to run a branch
telegraph line from Virginia City, Neva
da, to San Francisco, to connect with his
Arrangements are now being made at
the treasury department at Washington
for the construction of a new silver vault
in the building to accommodate the rap
idly accumulating silver dollars.
Sir Stephen and Sir Donald Smith,two
Canadians, have donated $500,000 a piece
for the founding of a hospital for the
poor of Montreal It costs $65,000,000 a
year to maintain the royal families of Eu
A bill permitting pool selling on race
tracks in New York has been passed by
the Albany assembly, and now goes to
the senate. It allows pooling not to ex
ceed 30 days during the season on any
The queen of the Hawaiian kingdom
has been a guest of San Francisco the
past week. She will leave for Washing
ton to pay her respects the President and
his wife, and then depart for
England to be present at Queen Vic
toria's jubilee in June.
A Texan named Walter Ridgely killed
seven of the Murphy family in one month
near Texarcana. Ridgely was assaulted by
two of the Murphys for defrauding a
drummer. He shot and killed them both
and since then different members of the
family have tried to kill him. He exter
minated the whole family, brothers, cous
ins and uncles-seven in all. Ridgely is
34 years old, and was formerly a scout
with Custer's cavalry. He was promoted
to be a colonel, married well and is now