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A Faamous Mansion n In Wash ton Bought
by Senator Clark.
Stewart Castle, the old home of Sen
ator Stewart of Nevada, the scene of
some of the most sumptuous entertain
ments ever given in this country, was
sold last Friday by Senator and Mrs.
Stewart to Senator Clark of Montana.
The terms of sale are unknown.
Stewart Castle is a landmark of
Washington It was erected by Sena
tor Stewart many years ago, and later
it was occupied by the Chinese legation.
It is believed that Senator Clark will
erect a large residence on the site of the
historic strutcure, which occupies a
conspicuous corner on Dupont circle, in
the heart of the fashionable section.
Between the M. E. church and Par
kerville, a black cloth cape. Finder
leave at J. J. Carmichael's livery stable.
A. MCINTYRE, j
CHARLES BOYD WILLIAM BOYD
CHARLES BOYD & CO,
BEEF,VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, SAUS
AGE, SMOKED MEATS. FRESH FISH
AND POULTRY ALWAYS ON HAND
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SHOLLY BRAND i
And Preserves never fail to give
satisfaction. Preserves in glass
the finest article in the market.
A full line Just received.
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$, The Leading Grocer
Livery, Feed Breaking, Sale
STABLE STABLE )
New and First-Class Livery Rigs at Reason
able Prices. Horses Boarded by the
Day, Week or Month.
ROBERT M'DONEL, STOCKTON STREET,
Our Store Brimming Over
WITH FIRST-CLASS, UP-TO-DATE GOODS, WHICH ARE BEING
sold at most reasonable prices. Then, again, we guarantee every
article that leaves our store, and you are assured courteous treatment,
prom pt deliveries and fair dealing. You need only to snake a purchase
to demonstrate these facts.
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QUITE A SCARE.
A Little Philipsburg Girl Disappears for a
Mrs. D. M. Durfee, who is visiting in
Missoula for a few days with two of her
children, had quite a scare the other
mght. says the Missoulian. Little Marie,
about three years old, strayed away
from the Missoula hotel at about 3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon and dili
gent search by a score of people failed
to learn her whereabouts. The mother
was greatly worried and was afraid she
had been kidnaped or drowned.
About 8 o'clock Chas. J. Wagner of
the Missoula Souvenir, who was stand
ing in front of the Missoulian office
when the mother told of her loss, started
down Main street and after a walk of
several blocks located the little child
talking to a number of children and a
couple of ladies. The little one could
not tell where she came from and they
were trying to find out. Mr. Wagner
picked up the little child and returned
ner to her overjoyed mother, and it is
unnecessary to state that a more watch
ful eye will be kept over the little one
in the future.
School books and school supplies for
sale at our store. As these goods are
sola on close margins they are sold
strictly for cash. Positively in no case
will we vary from this rule.
M. E. Doe & Co.
Pilson-Are you going to take part
in that guessing contest ?
Dilson-Oh, no; they'd rule me out
as a professional.
Dilson-Yes; you know I am con
nected with the weather burean.-Co
lumbus (0.) State Journal.
Butter paper, the best vegetable
parchment, any size you want at The
Mail office; a large shipment just re
SMake Good Endings."
You are making a good beginning 'when
you commence to take Hood's Sarsaparilla
for any trouble of your blood, stomach,
kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, this
great medicine 'will bring you the good end
ing of perfect health, strength and vigor.
For Sale Cheap
S, A Good Stock, Grain and "
Vegetable Ranch, with or with,
out Stock and Implements A.
* ''THE PHILIPSBURG MRIL,"
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HALL AND VALLEY NEWS.
CARRIAGE TEAM PULLS A DRIVER
OVER THE DASHBOARD.
A Heavy Wind Storm Visits the Valley
Campers Who Thought They oaw
a Bear- Soeial Gossip- Etc.
From Our Regular Correspondent.
Hall, Mont., Sept. 14, 1899.
Mr. John Clawson's family met with
an accident Thursday evening while
driving home from the Hall school
house. Their horses in some way be
came unhitched from the carriage and
ran, jerking the driver over the dash
board and finally broke loose from him
and ran away, leaving the carriage
and its occupants in the road. The
horses were soon caught and brought
back with no damage to them. Mr.
Clawson received some injuries in
jumping from the carriage for the
purpose of assisting his son in trying
to hold the horses.
The camping parties returned Satur
day with spoils which consisted en
tirely of huckleberries. It is rumored
that some of the party thought they
saw a bear.
Quite a hard wind storm visited this
valley Tuesday evening, in some places
accompanied by rain.
O rain! rain! go away; come again
some other day, when we have gath.
ered our grain and hay.
Mrs. Duncan Dingwall, who has
been quite sick for a few weeks, is not
gaining as fast as her many friends
would like to see her.
Miss Nellie Fahey and Miss Mary
Pelletier went to Philipsburg Saturday
to attend the fall term of school.
Mr. Gillis, who was visiting in this
vicinity for a few days, returned to
Josie Walberg and Lizzie Weaver of
Philipsburg were visitors in the valley
Mr. Will Pinney took the train for
Granite Monday, returning Thursday.
Fred Herring and family returned to
their home in Philipsburg Tuesday.
Fred Westine made a trip to the
burg this week.
E. H. Smith went to Philipsburg
Good Mines on Harvey Creek.
L. Winegar was in the city from the
HarveV creek district Saturday. Mr.
Winegar has been out there nearly all
summer, doing development work and
representing somne mining claims owned
by himself and George Gundacker.
These gentlemen have several very prom
ising claims in that section which will
make them rich some day. Work for the
present has been suspended, but Mr.
Winegar will return after several weeks
and prvbably make arrangements to re
main at the mine all winter. He is now
looking after other claims in the Willow
creek district in which he is interested.
A Merry Camping Party.
One of the merriest camping parties
of the season returned from the Clear
water and Blackfoot country last Sun
day, where they had been for a two- I
weeks' outing. The party consisted of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McRae, Misses
Maggie, Mamie and Laura McRae, Jen
nie and Ida Hboades, Messrs. Rod Mc
Rae, Charlie Northover, Alex. McLeod,
John McRae, J. J. Blackburn and W. S.
Campbell. After fishing and hunting all
day the evenings were spent in dancing
on the green, singing, games and rowing
on Seeley's lake.
Solid Gold Rings 50c up. McClees. *
C. E. Lewis of Garnet spent Sunday
with his family in this city.
Famous Climrax kettles-all sizes.
Thomas Long & Co.
Archie McPhail of New Chicago was
in the city Tuesday on business.
The news you want; to get it sub
scribe for The Mail. *
Judge J. M. Julian of Granite was in
the city on business Wednesday.
Finest Roasters and Bakers. Thomas
Long & Co. *
Frank Provence of the Gillis and
Provence dairy, was in from Rock creek
Walter Darlington went to Missoula
on Monday's train, to remain several
weeks for the benefit of his health.
Harry and Alice Weinstein will de
part Tueseay morning for the east to
resume their studies at Ann Arbor.
Mrs. David Loughrin of Butte is vis -
itmn friends in the city. She is a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc
The camping party chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. John Neu broke camp on
Rock creek last Sunday and came to
town, having had a most enjoyable
lr you want a nice, pure drink of beer
call for Garden City Brewery beer, man
ufactured in Missoula-the best in the
state. Strictly umon product. For sale
by Wharton & Campbell. *
Rev. H. G. Wakefield and family have
taken hp ther residenoe is the "Jacky
housee,"vhtuh will be known for the
tutnre. as long as they remain in it, as
"WE st m6gbt ~ve o," if that IItle
cough hadn't been rslehted, st the sad
refectilon of thouawds of oonmtumptives.
One Minute Cough Cre cares oouehs
and colds. M. E. Doe A Co.
Alf and Edward Ballard expect to
leave soon for the east to visit their
grandparents near Augusta, Maine. Ed.
may remain during the winter and at
You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Eat good, wholesome food, and plenty
of it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
food without aid from the stomach, and
is made to cure. M. E. Doe&Co. *
John G. McLean was in the city Tues
day, having come in from his home on
Rock creek to meet his old friend, Sim
Shively, who arrived from Seattle on
Thomas Rhoads, Centerfield, Ohio,
writes: "I suffered from piles seven or
eight years. No remedy gave me relief
until DeWitt's Witch Iazsel Salve, less
than a box of which permanently oured
me." Soothing, healing, perfectly harm.
less. Beware of counterfeits. M. E.
Doe & Co. *
AT THE CHURCHES.
Religious Services In Philipsburg sad
Neighboring Towns Neat Sunday.
St. Andrew's (Episcopal) Church-10
a. m., Sunday school; 8 p. m.; evening
St. Peter's, Granite--ll a. m., morn
ing service, 2;80 p. m., Sunday school.
Preaching services at the Methodist
church next Sabbath morning and even
ing: Subject for the evening service:
"Is Christ the Light of the World?"
Sunday school at 10 a. m., and Ep
worth League at 7 p. m.
The first quarterly meeting will be
held Sept. 80 and Oct. 1st, Rev. Jacob
Miller presiding. All are cordially in
vited to these services.
Rev. J. A. Smith will preach at Gran
ite next Sunday afternoon at 8:80.
Presbyterian Church, September 17.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Topic:
"A Lesson of Cheer from the Unbelief
and Faith of Thomas."
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Y. P. S.
C. E. at 7 p. m.
There will be no preaching in the
Rev. James B. Butter will preach in
the Presbyterian church of Granite next
Sabbath evening. Sept. 17, at 8 o'clock.
Topic: "The Doctrine of Atheism,"
The Stove for Camp Cooking.
An ideal camp stove has just been
constructed by Thomas Long & Co. for
Wm. Neu, to accompany the party
which starts next Monday for the Big
Blackfoot country in quest of 'dolke.
This stove is no:doubt the best thing
ever made for camping purposes. It is
light and durable, made of sheet steel,
has large firebox and oven large enough
to hold several good-sized duck roasts.
It can be taken apart and made into a
convenient package when not in use.
Several other points of merit have gone
into its construction and the design is
worthy of being protected by a patent.
No party that goes camping should be
without one of these stoves, and all who
have seen this one have pronounced it
the best camp stove they ever saw.
llness of Mrs. Schneppel.
Friends of Mrs. H. Schneppel will re
gret to learn that she is again confined
to her home, sont! of the city, with
sickness. Mrs. Schneppel has been in
poor health for several months and only
about three weeks ago she returned
from Missoula, where she had been at
the sisters" hospstal for medical treat
ment. Dr. J. M. Sleigh was called
from Anaconda during the week to at
tend her It is to be hoped that she will
soon recover and regain her former
The California House store, with 1.i
furnished rooms above; best business
location in Granite. For particulars
inquire of Mrs. Fred Elliot of Granite,
Mining location blanks for sale at
The Mail office. *
W1WUUWIDIWIWIWIW1-1 O O I
In Order to Make Room for Our
F1PR LL WINTER 8TOK I
.Now arriving, we will add several bargains to the
many already in our Great Clearing Sale and
make a still deeter out in some that move too
slow co suit us.
MEN'S RUSSET SHOES
Men's $3.00 Russet Shoes for $2.30 Men's $4.00 Russet Shoes for $2.90
Men's $3.75 Russet Shoes for $2.40 Men's $5.00 Russet Shoes for $3.40
0Ladies' Banner Brand Shirt Waists
75-cent W aists for...........50 cents I $1.00 W aists for...........75 cents
$1.25 W aists for............ $1.00.
LADIK8'AND MI88K' GAPR8 AND JAGKKT8
Rcnmember, we arc the Sole Agents in Phliphsbarn for
C. M. HENDERSON'S
"RED 8CHOOL }OUKS" SHOES
They Are the Best School Shoe Made and Every Pair Is Warranted.
Next to Pesff BI-METALLIC MERCANTILE CO.
DEATH OF D. H. STAPBIRD.
He Was a Well-Known sawmill Man in
the Vlelntty of Drammeod.
D. H. Starbird, a sawmill owner well
known in this county, died last Satur
day evening at his home on Gold creek
of dropsy. The remains were taken to
Deer Lodge, where the funeral took
place Monday afternoon, Bev. .J. R.
Coleman of the Presbyterian church
officiating. Mr. Starbird has been oper
ating a sawmill in the vicinity of Drum
mond for many years; he was the senior
member of the firm of Starbird &
Greene and known as a straightforward
business man. He leaves a wife, one
son and a brother, E. D. Starbird, to
mourn his untimely death.
Notice to Patrons.
I will leave Philipsburg about Sep
tember 18th, and all bills owing me not
paid at that time will be left in the
hands of George W. Suppiger, with in
structions to enforce collection.
Dr. W. I. Power.
Phihpsburg, Sept. 6. 1899.
Miners' Union Election.
The semi-annual election of the Gran
ite Miners' Union resulted in the selec
tion of the following officers:
Vice President-Paul Boruttau.
Recording Secretary-Wm. Enderline.
Financial Secretary-John Neumeyer.
Treasurer-L. V. Graham.
Warden-G. P. Nelson.
Conductor-Wm. H. McKeen.
Financial Committee - Harry Gale,
J. D. Ross, Chas. McGowan.
Harry ·Lwney is..re- elected President
and .John Neumeyer succeeds J. C.
Duffy as financial secretary.
All of the above gentlemen are well
known and amply competent, and the
affairs of the union committed to their
charge will be ably conducted by a set
of conscientious officers.
Will Trade a Self-Binder.
We will trade our new Osborn six-foot
self-binder for horses, hay, grain, or any
kind of farm product. This is the only
Osborn binder we have left and will
dispose of it at a bargain.
John A. Spencer & Son,
Lower Broadway, Philipsburg.
Notice to Miners.
7 he Princeton Mining Company will
receive bids for sinking 50 feet of shaft
on the .1 etferson lode claim. For fur
ther particulars apply to C. C. Rueger.
Lexington mine, Butte, Mont.
A Word to Mothers.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe could need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate
nor narcotic in any form and may be
given as confidently to the babe as to
an adult. The great success that has
attended its use in the treatment of
colds and croup have won for it the
approval and praise it has received
throughout the United States and in
many foreign lands. For sale by M. E.
Doe & Co., Druggists. *
A umls asAsP eu as. or alTAs PWns
Highest Honors, World's Pair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair
Avoid Baking Powdersl ontalniag
alum. They are Injurious to health
Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns,
cuts, braises, sprains, wounds from mustT
nails, insect stings and ivy poisoning
quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hame
Salve. Positively prevents blood poison
ing. Beware of counterfeits. DeWitt's
is safe and sure. M. E. Doe & Co. *
CHAS. A. WILSON
Swiss and Cream Cheese.
Climax, Saskatchewan and Sun
Crown Flour (Every Sack Warranted.)
Choice Pickled Pork.
Iowa Corn, Blackberries, Lima
Beans, String Beans and Peas,
per can ........... ....... 10
Try our Mocha and Java Coffee,
three pounds for............ 1 00
(Also our 20c Coffee)
Spider Leg Japan Tea ........... 55
Lalla Rookh Tea ................. 65
Choice Honey, per gallon........ 1 25
Smoking Tobacco......... 25c to 75
Chewing Tobacco.......... 50c to 85
Mason's Fruit Jars
Pints, per dozen ............... 7i
Quarts, per dozen ............. 1 0O
STONE JARS AND CHURNS.
A Share of Your Patronage Solicited
CHAS. A. \ILSON