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DEER LODGE CITT, FRIDAY, SEPT. 17. THE NEW NORTH-WEST ALMANAC. LYi.AX.1iO5 FOR RETElMBRI. F'Oew M otsa .... ..... Ith da,.....:..o h. Ca rm . ICve. First (qulter........ Ilth day....... I b. n! m. Ior. Fldl Moon, ........)th day....... 1 b. II om. rve. Lae lt (I earlm-r ........ tth day....... Is. 40 mn. Evc. I.'N It N jNININ y-, t T'iE WE:EK. fil*E#. METM. W(*$ AT lt1.Y. 1 .... . .... 1 5,.42 i lJ .4 3.17 IM,INIAY ............ 19 5.45 t .(aI RIMs. TI'1E I.1,Y, ......... .. 21 6.47 5.I 0 . i.44 WI. IN.I .ilA.Y, . ..... 2 5.4 5 4 5.511 7.510 TII'Ii'ltAY.......... 15.49 5 55 7.3 (H111 OONOLOOICAL. &N pte'r. 17, I111-.John R)olan hung at Nevada. " " I44.-Gov. Edges ton rIwahed Dannack. S.etrr. II, IN 1i-Kcilly and Fuoter's prize fight at Vir lnla ('lty. eptt'r. 1V, I ,-t4etrmer Gallatin astUk at. Dophan' IRapids. ept 'r. 9., I.T7- Fianlk Lovejoy killed. iqpt'r. 2Z. 15II-s-Lewis and (1ntrk returned to It. Louis .plt'r. 21, lft~i--Miurph)'s Gulch, Ilighland. dlacov'd. The, above data are derived from tIe Montana Statls Ihctl Alt:manner. M31.TLojIOLOL(;iCAL Ef 11ID. LATIT='=E 41i 40 in. LONWT't 1C lIt40 in. Af.TI*PIVi 4.140 feet. 149 7 A N.J P Il P MAvo'uaj aso as. 49yn oI' :s30 Al:i ti7e IO ('lCenrand cailm. "I I t 4.5 3n 42t% NW w. alight rain. " 1: 4 5? 48 47, Clheur sad calm. .. I;: :i ii 7: 49 N ' .. " . " II 43 (G7 41 .41,, Strong west wind. '" :12 1 : 47 47',('*tnr and calm. " Ili 40 I05 411 4 51'i NE wind. Wu.ekly nv.rage I(,'4. A light rain fell on the 11th, with a simaa.kllit of .now oomrlg well down op the nounltalr . The tlhe are nearly extinguished on the rang'e in sight. The foliage, Is perceptibly tinting under the frons. , N'iti the heavy clouds betoken the ln tuIIInl days(l1 are ilere. jJ)O(!AL NEI1VS. WANTElI--Ik*er Lodge (ounty Warrants, for whih c ash will Ie lupaid. Apply at omce of NzEw N'OaTa-Ws.T. Persoeal.--Generl Neil Iowle nmade an Incursion into the Valley City the other day, and findingithe departmtent at peace, speedily relturned to tihe hostile side of the miountains. -Mr. Jaluels Middaugh cavie down from "' Top (o' I)ep " on a conlvalescing trillp afer his recent illness. lie looks as well now as we ever saw hi,. lie returlned ral Helelna, iand will " spell" Wesley while the latter pronounces justice in this hereatlunts. From the Social City. Lester Y. Iloys and Willial II. I'louis, Esqlrs., on a pleasure and business trip-pleasure being second to and derived froml the great philanthropic object of introducing to the notice of Deer Lodge business amen the superior quality of "yeast powders" ma le In Virginia, and re commended to country dealers with a small Capital. Comel again, children of the South. -4 iovrnor Ashley returned on Thursday from his Missoula campaign, well pleased with thie country. Mr. Henry Hall, of To ledo, who ac..omp:inied him., purchased the old " ltevens Iktnch " in the "Cow Coun ty " just because lie liked it, and has gone ournieying for pklansur to Pen d' Oreillo L:tk e.-- J. B. 11ubbell and A. J. Simmons, Ea.rs., buggied into town on Thursday eve Isling frotll Helena, an:d were welcomed by lise Itralitioal o I hosts of friends." We arz informei le that II lIon i is placarded I.O$T. ItItAtIU (In ITTtILIEX! " TiE SEAT OF (;o()VEtII MET." A liberal reward will be paid for its return to lUlena. NO Qtn'lTIONS AIKED. tlgnedl LAStT CHANCE. This may have sometllng to do with the visit of theme gentleuman, but we think not. They are shrewd business men. "Coming eventh," etc. A good many of that kind are visiling Deer Ldxlge now, ilnquirii the )rice of lots and building materiaL " Thcr Is ever a welcaote for lthce."-It is rumored that President Grant will visit MIontana soon antd stop a few weeks. He is struck after " Long Branch" just now, and the Missouri is the longest branchl in the coun try. That is about the only chance Helena hIts to have the seat of government located in it at prement.-- This may gettoPersoa. al and must stop. Now opened and parnlizeud day and night by crowds of delighted patrhna, the EiX(I'LilOlI BOWLING SALOON, J. M. tTKswAa3 & Co., Pauransmoss, MaN ttretl, - - - Deer Lodge. Evervthlng new and Itted up in a style of elegance Iniquildl In the Mountains. Lovers of the delight ful garne can find pleasant and healthful amasoment, and good attentionm. Cail at the Exedleor. Peterson Uulch.-We assisted Judge W. B. Dance to hold down the buggy springs on a trip up this gulch, a few days since. It extends from Deer Lodge some six or eight minlcs up into the mountaln·t For three years It has been esteemed valuable, and ii the scene of Aanual stampedes, but has never been opened up by systematic mining. Mr. JosetphCowan, the disoveor, who has labored in It faithfully and dilii gently, has proven that it is good pay dig gings, and some twenty or thirty men are now engaged in it opening up glound, although there is no water. Among other comlpanies we found at work was the "Bel glans," Adriance & Co., Joseph Cowan & Co., Kelly, DeWitt & Co., Phil. MoGovern & John Mcl)ermot. The gulch is narrow; led rock four to six feet, with some boul ders occasionally, and prospects from 9 to 2.i cents to the pan generally, although as high as $1 has been panned. Nex t far it will be worked pretty thoroughly, and, we believe, will pay a good deal over aver age wages. The water of the gulch is taken out above tor Caraboo gualch. A few days sas!e, mnwevpr, the Stuart Broth.r, Ieis Keyser, and Mr. Cowan, who own ground in Peterson, purchased the Lues ditch and the Lawson & Alport ditch, which run from Peterson to Carab.o; 'd will brbig the water back to their ground at a height of 60 or 70 feet, enabling them to hydra.ll the ulch and ibars Thee .'ditkte ves ..,A pacity of 700 inches, and will furnish all the water needed during any Oadbqwtal m.aI.i We expect to see 200 men proflablymploy Od in Petersop gulch b tr s ap~pwr . . I 1 The sbacriptlomjor the l.gbrtiwit s p asp a with noo. i of toe Nrw temr u.Wss. Thue a tis point, don't youe? AU eomamnaealmam mslig greeshs ck. few" (attet on. mot Wallace Ollman, J. H. whit . Jame Prous8dej m l 1,' , M. e. li tb, C. awry New Firm.-The a~c i meet of' Y.'1 WItlox'& Co., wilf bo fou'trln our -"*ewir1 colupm. Mr. Wilool, -.we; knpwajasm j old established and successful St. Louis mer chant, has shipped to Montana several heavy invoices of merebsadi, atdat ww.k Lok ing carefully over the sold has decided to locate In and identify himself with thes it ing fortunes of this town and county. That is one of the indiations, showing how Deer Lodge is estimated by those whose experi ence gives weight to judgment. Mr. D. B. Halderman, the well known merchant, in associated with him, and receiving as they are a large stock of fresh and choice goods, which they purpose to sell at Helena prices, their invitation to Deer Lodge county mer chants to examine their stock, should secure favorable consideration. With the fine stocks of goods now offered in this market, at the prices they are, country dealers can do better by purchasing here than elsewhere, and the wholesale trade is bcewiniu, am 1ia, portant feature. There is no reason why goods brought here in bulk direct from the States shon!d not be sold at prices to sue cessfully compete with anry Montana mar ket, and our tperhbants are fighting it out op that line. That is the way to build up trade. "'What crowd of people, pad still they earn0" 8uch Is the exclamation of all who witaess the crowd that throngs the METROPOLITAN BILLIARD SALOON, Dais Loss c.arw t > Meesrs. Boswell t Lane spare neither effort or ex peae to otlo the petromsad m.ral ts4rh .us mh tt. aneot liquors and cigars. That accounts for It. New GUlch near Batte.-From Mr. Gil christ, County Clerk elect, who' gave ns 6 call ea route to Helena, we learn that quite a stampede occurred on Tuesday to a gulch 2 1-2 miles west of Butte'City. The gulch was discovered by John Philips. He took $1 to the pan from discovery, and washed $18 from three small wheelbarrows of dirt. The ground on discovery s.naly. about 1I Inches deep, but increases in other parts of the gulch, which is three miles long, to five feet. Wm. IIHaynes was madle ireedoder of the district, and some 40 claims recorded. There is no water in the' gulch 'at it.reseft Parties are working. with rockers j g s)ring water. The luml)phrey Brother's ditclh, iiw in process of building, will bring plenty of water in it next spring. By the way, Humpnhreys are working 25 men on the cut and tunnel of their new ditch. The cut is 2,700 long and the deepest cutting about 15 feet. Beside this they have to tunnel 1,000 feet. It is expected it will be completed during the winter, and carry 700 inches of water into the rich gulches in that vicinity. The section of coun try about Butte and Sil ver Bow is not surpassed in Montana for permanent, good paying, mining ground. g-' A GOOD WOOD TURNER cn ind ,teady enployme't by appiy lng to J. Thompson at JOHN O'NEIL'S, 404. Deer Ludee City. To Whom it May Cneeru.--R. W. Ray mond, U. 8. Commissioner of Mining Sta tistics, will present to the next session of Congress his report on the mineral reasurcea of the West. Mr. Raymond not being able to visit this Territory in person, has appoint ed the undersigned to collect the mining statistics of Montapa. it is ell import ant that our mineral wealth should be fully set forth and our resources properly repre sented, supported by reliable sad detailed data, the undersigned earnestly solicits the co-operation of every one having the inter ests and prosperity of the Territory at heart. Every one in possession of correct Informa tion, relative to our nilnes,' placers, 'mills, furnaces, production of bullion, yield, cost, loss, labor. etc., etc., is respectfully request ed to forward the same at once to thel sub scriber. Proper blanks furnished on appli cation. Address, AcoaUa*s STrrit, h. E.; Helens, M. T. The first person to Introduce In Montana the system of " oel advertising," now so unversal, was Cololel E. K. iunn of the Klyus, No. 8 Wood street, Belena. To the unprecedent suarwe and populaity of that Institution, owing to the excelleneof tes goodssand the urhanity of ts ecashier and clerks, is attributable the amount of drinking done there. Geme.-Bishop Tuttle and family left Vir ginia for Salt Lake City on the 7th inst. There they will make their home. Montank has had no people more highly esteemed. There is something practical in the Christi anity of Bishop Tattle The best' f our people loved him, the worst respected him, even editors. The people of these Western countries need live. practiesl, earnest human beings, of the same flesh and blood as them selves to preach a religion they can apprei ate. There are "Clne" all tlie'tfne forthat kind of ministers. We hope the Bbisopand family will find ialt Lake City a pleasant place to reside, but if not, and whether or not, we but express the wish of all, in hop ing they will some day returhio make their home In the lind of the momaltains. Econoay is wealth. Rich Oyster and Clam tews for 75 cents at MACS BROWN JUG, 1,000 Manl ste.t, H..eNts Game-'rhe pluaiklest little hunster thi neck o' the mounts).s is Johanny Powell, the thirteen year old Snake Indian boy, of French Gulch. When be goes lar meat, meat eemes. If it tfedti "er tr lsiats in the mountains alone, it's all the same to him. ' One day this"w.dlekI eame aifr get ting hie quietus. He had gone from French eGlt, hana e fthidrWI lfi Mdkt -. aloe. One he 4reased, mad ws about put ting his halfe in the neek of the second, when the only womnded sad infuriated ani mal Jumped to Its feet, knocked him down, and sprang upon him, striking both ime feet in hi e. lHe at lasbt beat; n-off for wear. Parties went out and brought in the game, the el h died ei the 4ld of bat 'd 1aJ for more hunts. Shsvag sawd Hat Vyttleg doa to Dtrdas s s. FerABArR. TJa 14To n i.-The tim withi s wh ., t a There are some 1,00 kJts yet rema.iangl ma of th em U (Ina!IlbUV !u wood the past two days. ThO blat Is sonme eight miles above town; the discovery six ir eight miles up the gulch. Job Harvey The ground prospects as high as 90 and 50 -0ents to the pan. Some 50or 60 claims have beel taken up, tht most by ' psiwhle epresentation. The grou~s from 8 to 1Q fest deep. .:It Is a bestifl gulh to work; very little water at present, but plenty eat be brought on at a small expense. It is the opinion of all miners thai It p. . ound. Job liarvey Is iecordet anh will givo 'a.l the boys a square deal. aM 6A1 WURm ismIr 4lRn ... will crowd Helena with strangers. Consequently JOE KUWARTH, JOE'S BAKERY, has made arrangements to accommodate THREB THOUSAND PFOPLE , with the best viands, liquors and cigars to be found i the city. GO TO JOF'S. BAKERY and eat fnom he sh.d ampit.p6ti si0ead'tile ts Helena. tirnerla Wood a s.d ~a Or for Lono C .-L-'red.' White, Jo seph Sweeney, Fmrank Malone, Francis Mc Koy, William MdKoy, Dick Packet roand -Pat Gillesple, passed through Deer Lodge on Saturda last, bound for the Lomn Creek mines. They had a dozen horses packed with everything necessary to str$ a .Sup,. but pay gravel. Their projected course was by French Gulch, across Big Hol and down' hb ~l th'i'orck. Tie tfmfredin here was estimated at seven days. From all we ca~in0m rogm sgeanaugoenqp 9gPg1ý geteap from reliable parties, we would urge-don's go to Loon Creek. " ZIMMERMAN ,& .0 . , -6x, No. 5 Wood street, Helena. Tai Moast 5s.ULA a5a5trAUf Uf. MONTAxA, The resort of all epicure.. i l MA A R OB IION , Sil)t ediled.-The trial of Lincoln d at versus Rogers e al, in which an injunction was asked by plainktdto prhibtl defdapt from running the tailinags of their sluice xes on the mining claims of the plaintiffs in Lincoln District, Cablfentts'dulct,'tnd asking damages for injuries alleged to have been sustained.romn.hp,smne cqus~,occupied fire days of the Court, and was disposed of on Tuesday night. The jury come in at midnight, finding a verdict for defendants, and also finding' for 'thiem on all ipbcial points submitted. Paintlng and Glasling. The subscriber having loeated in Deer iLdIe, is ieo pared to do louse Painting, Grilning, Glazing and Patent WhitoealMdg lva womlNali m s axer hd it moderate prices. Shop in rear of Bozwell a Lane's. Orders left thee promptly attedid to. tf J.L. TURNER. Th' Masoule Hali.-The plans and speci fications for the Masonic ITa1l have not yet been decided upon,;but, Avl-et ip a day or two. They will be published and proposals Invited from builders. It has been decided to build a frame. Among those who have taken'nsto&, are : . 7 ..: THOMAS STUART, PETER VALLITO1N, JOSEPH ALGER. JAME. SITUART, THOMAS 'WIGNO. N. 7. osWMLL, D. B. HALDERMA . T.. KE: NON. H: 9. ID w A number of others having signified their desire to assist in the laudable enterprise. The building will probably be commenced within two weekdi ' ' WOOD WANTED.-Wlater emel We wat Wood. You want a new paper. A eitr exchage tle rsbbery. TIw New l oar-Wmr wll be ofinshed oneyear foro scod o wood, each to be wl sea soned. Judge Hosmer is writing up the Yellow stone excursion in his happiest vein for U1K readers of tlhe Repubican. Don't forget, Judge, to relate that little anekjoko the Ex Gov. got In on you when you were '" in a hurry to get home and take care of that pa per." If you can tell it as well as Jlshop Tuttle relates his Bannack experience it will be irresistible. BOARD OP NQUALIZATION. A aaemd meentting oetde board for the qgauaatlea of Tax Asseusments will bheld at the Court BHoue In Deer Lodge City, on Monday, l0t Instant. All per sons aggrieved at assessments made hoes the previous meeting of the Board 'are-sothbdt d'ptbD t their cases e that day. ly orderot jhe Board, 10it' TIOp. IL IRYIN, Chairm Pler -g.-This morning a.pary eon posed of Governor Ashley, Dr. Mitchell, Mr. A. J. 8immons, Judge W. B. Dasse, Mr. J. B. Hubbel, Mr. E. P. Te ion, Mr. J. B. WiltIx, mn.ni X. A . l' t A er, (wits phoograpltdl apparatus) left for L Jovs dW Cheerek. onm a pldasure sad dMbg excur. sion, expecthing to be gone until the exhaus tion of the eommnlsery department compels a return to the bs e pf platons, which will occur on the Arst day. Photographict NVotoe. ber. and remaain bat a few days. Calf ad examine pecmes.. ' A) APBHRABhE. *44di Desth.-Another .,fit ;eduth occurred in Deer Lodge city on Wednesday. Charles Muller, a man of some 40 years of a4e9,h laady 4 r. tiserf;i dond dead in his ,be-. 4a, rbeen suffering from dome dea e'of the litpgs for a long tlme, but rdtre. a for the night hn usmiilhealth it we jlofivr *A l J'o .a ron the Pascific coa* s 41'.mi was at one tle wealthy. He camm her fromNem vaI d I~ S ; i MaGuire A Wright's new paper at fls me - ...y.ilsa.lsd th - -f -e- e.. May it haves psistill 4ih0ir, and it'paub. 1 *sevi e Iupuaoe saidMasseda thelb a4 syng od the haied ona.that, Mac! Pat Gageek dote pJ Lanm John McLean and Thomas Patterso., Pioneer, Idt e tls ee p mohrl. nw. nnw, a n White P.On .., $ i w juno ý oneOlIn coteon Th h.y. ?1 -. ler" w ok.) A ivodl*sa bi Ti. h. " White Pigeon" .ag :li bertom's b. b. "4. Ar srds 2r u fr RS of ovia io an l ' be run uQW1 ty' after noon. There is fuo Ifn'ihe aind. COURT HOUSE gEXCHANGo COURT SqUARE, D.na Lonew, Co(box LI Wns, Propritors 'he drinks manipulated at the .·z lspies eloquence, quckens jad emen s iii. mous veOlet of " tiptop." 1 A "Joteph " .ai Dasniel" are having a little pet-to on the (local) side in the Helena papers. Don't throw hard stones, boys. Joseph got his name u by going In the *' pet," ancd $1n I bid' adi6dgh old flght h 4 "den," you know. SNap44&w, f n5P )e ow has bis aldlery shop in Deer `Lodge under full headway, inIlloats his banner to the breeze in 1 advertslng lu.spu of the. Naw .Noa.rn-. anr. He will do work prioiptlj and welL Give him a calL The patterns for the eastings required to put the James Stuart mill in working order agaln ausat BeodrZ Aog's fpyutery,, Iel enas, sad rltie' co tpieed I ti tfea tyji. ' 6OTICE TO b)EThORS. Having dosed my Commission business and desiring to settle up my books Immediately, persons knowing themselves indebtedtowe wil lpse call and settle their apeqofutwithout delay. D. B. IALDERMAN. see-Lodge City, Seplt. 17, 18s. IA1lIRIED. eolli, .by HIs Honor Chief Justice Warren, 1. Ribkcr. o New Yotkidt,.to fiss. Zelphb Whi ney, of Meadow Creek, Montana. Of dust. Uod made Ado, apd Eve of his IM An& that MA lkt theb 1emptsr beguile her, But this R6& L, the tempter, beguled our MIss Zelpha With his srqt ew York ways. that ae viler. So a caution we give, the iolnt of this gqulb --Ak s s t tae n each helr bamer An oath on the knee. and eaeb true man to see Tbqqp so £iw4edaone la Nontana. Saoxa.-At Helena, Sept. 11h, Mrs. Mary ., wife ofJ. W. Stoner. t*tmrrr.-- HIelena. Sept. lfth, Stillman Merritt, agedlS. Home, Otis, M:sachnastta. Lt! leamck ySept. rb* , L Ia Mayber. MULL.a.-In Deer Lode, enpt, 1rth, ChAtles Mal ler,:of tlambsg. Germay, go4 years. Excx.-- n Htlena. September 18th, C. J. Kenck, Infant son of C. and T. Ke.ck. H vp-l--n Dier Lodge City, September 14t, infant son of A. and Z. 0. Heath. * HO IN. Cox.otsLr.-On the 11th, to the Wire of Ed Con nolk'y. IHi.a, a son. Dry Goods, Grocerlie Etc. R. W. DONNELL, MI. ED. LARAIIE. Iyts ouses. Mo. Der LodgeCity. 1 . 'W. DONNELL &. Co., WROLUUALU WUOLEMALU· WUULUeALZ wuoL~rL A a t""Ati~s WEOL UAL* W OLruALW WISrALU w AI a - wROLKSALZ WHOLESALE wuoLuan~3 WuOLSLUL . ' warUSeAL3 VUOLKALUI WUO 5SLU wUOIZSALU WUOLMALE - ~V3W.EhLu WWou*w W UOLSUAL WIhOLESALE @300331 " aococ in anocusa * aocm 330c331 30~C1A 050033 030033r GROCERS, amoc... aaocm~ aaocmae 030C3 OUCCUDI 0503. 0300331 __ *hot a1o Gr oocer., DEER LODGE CITY, NONTAI L * "`.; .. I EXCLUSIVELY A CO ISSIO: HOUR. John McCormick a Co., Uelena, onta3Ia. II V Mock a[ LE A LAWW ANDWELL SELDO. AX $ad 1IiROCt OROCRIM ROCERIE ,0UOCC *1W "'ROC'BRCBIB OBOOltllIIC Anwar' ; - '1:!º` ,Ids " LIQUORS LIQUORS IIQUQI7 LQUORS ugosLIQUORS t eiO~ta aw·I, a i rik .,4r as Ir aor CALL -m al 1- - ' I1 'Sca Iul Ig4; miUeral atTm d Fatr + EMCION 1.-HORSES. 30WUN AL iWa3eban. stallion a yrs old and over 0 lbest $ stallion uader 8 ysoM l 0 I beat 15 -mare 8 yrs okl ad over 80 tlbest 15 . n, sa. s hde a wer . 1 1bdbet it - r oldcoult, bor r mare 0 S bes 10 clt a best 6 cf .* .,ay ROADSTERS.8 L : , -. Best hoe, mare or geding, 140 al best 30 Sec. 8. HEAVY DRAFT. Best bose, mare or gelding, $40 3d best IS Best havy draft team 40 It bst )0 See 4. TfMtVTING, RACKING PFACING. Jadge will award prelums, in this daes, upon speed alone; and all horsem entered must up inside of four minutes. Open to all horses except br. g. "Amos Townsend." Best trotting stall!ou, $50 d best a best tro4ting mare or gellng 0 brat $3 best pacing.bah e tr mare * , A Mbet 1 best trotting team [double] 75 3d best 40 See,& 51 XTR.LARGE PREMIUM ON TROTTING Preaf.tadt binddtItses' promlaums-ope~ to - hboese In the Territory, except br. g. "Amos Townsend" UvLt.-Nat .le tban three to mater and two to o, -uile heats, bestthree In Ave. Best tfotting horse, mare or gelding $100 3d best 100 S6e. t IWEEPSTAKE PURSE FOR TROTTINO. Free to al ases Bst two in three, mile beats, in harness. Best trotting horse, mare orgeldi. $lO 9d best 50 Sec 7. MATC.IEB AND SINGLE HOIISES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. Best pair matches, geldingsormares, $0 d best 5 ZULas. Best pair mulems s" $ best 15 SADDLE nousr . B Ig ll any ago 4t A Iib est Ia behost mare, any age l1 Id best 15 Sec. 8. RUNNING HORSES. RIUL-Not leis than fve to ater and three to go. Best two in three, mille hbet. Bat horse, mare or geMdinga . $300 d eat 100 SMarLE DA.D' or ONE rIL. Boest horse, mare or gelding, 100 INO.LE DAA O OOP..MWALP 1.3=. Best horse, mare or gelding, 100 l tarree, afti r g d f, 160 Sec. . SWEEPSTAI.S. Best stal:ion of any age or la, 5 bept mars, an" ags o s best jaca 9$ Id best 10 best jennet d I elawst 10 buet mule .0 * lu best 10 Sec. 10. BREEDING CATTLE. Best buall over 8 yrs old 40IdM bet 90 best bull calf aarate yrs old h M best It best cow 3 y'r old and over 4 l0 2 best 20 bet heitfer calf under 8 yrs old t0 9d best 10 best 9 yr old Iull )10 9d best 15 best ling bull 0 d Ibest 10 best bull calf 6 best 2 yr old hlfter 10 Sl best 5 best yearlin eIfter S 21 best 4 earst hl.er clfr 5 She.1. OXEN. Best pair of work oxen Idil best 10 best se4er 4 r old 90 d bst 10 best t .i? a 8 yre ed: l dbest" 5 best yr okld tat steer 10 91 bost 5 Soc. 1. FAT CATTLE, SIIEEP AND IIOG8. Best fat bullock 90 tkl best 10 best fat cow U " 10 best fat sheep - best three fat hogs 2 ) cc. 18. 100HG Bet bear, 1 yr old and over 0 Id hest 10 hset bour. trnder 1 "r 10 " best sow, I r old aud over 15 " 7 bhet sow. le 1 fr " 4 beat shoals, under 6 months old 10 " 5 Sec. 14. 8IIEEP FOR BREEDING PURPOSES. Best b..c, of any ae, $10 d boat 5 best ewe "8 " 4 Ihat flock of not lees than 5 * 15 " 10 eoc. 15. POULTRY. Best pitr .cehIkes 5 wild geese 5 " fowlsa " lne. fowls 10 Best eel of poultry oft allklads 6 Agargrt1aItura uJeprraront. BeSec. I. VEGETABLES. Sdozen Mrrl ot i' bushel rtruip " S cabbages 8 " 6 caullowers .- euec:in tomatoes 3 " } bushel onions 8 ". 6`tchi Goey " white beans I SS qts Lime beans 8 " Irish potatoeis i S8 qunasbhee any kind 8 " winter squash I S8 Yankeo pumpkins 8 " 8 wat.r melons I " nutmeg melons . S lection of egetables b one exhibitor It Best collection ard greatest vriety Irish potatoes, (samjIl I peckeechJ 1i Sec. 3. CEREALS. Best n bnshel co In ear $ a best $ S,," ".e 10 '- 8 S4 " spring " 10 " S% " rye $5 Best } bushel oat. 8 " " barley 5 " % " buckwheat L 4' % "timothy seed 8 " % "b'nchgrsa'd Se. . Exhibitors in this Class must accompany their entries by a statement in writing embracing the followlug facts, verled oatb or a :armatin: 1st. Quantity of ground on which the crop grew. d. Quality of soil, whether bottom, uplandorprale. ad. how imted, how often, and when. 4th .alro, if aly used, kind and quaeity. 5th Time and manner of planting or owing. 6th. Time of breaking depth, ard mode of tillage. 7th. Cost per acre of producing crop, Including seed, manure and tillage. Best acre wheat, winter 5! Baet aerewheat, spr'g $9 burley 10 " ye l " oats 10 " acre potatoes Mechanlcal Department. Se. L Beet stationary engine manufuctured in Territory, $0 " wheat drill Diploma and I " Sld1seller * 8 " two-horae arrow " a A" , 10 " cheese press Sclothes wrnger I " wheel barrow Diploma and 8 Sec. . EDGE TOOLS AND HARDWARE. Best collection of e tooles Diploma " assortment cutlery ' eollection irearms, " parlor stove " collection s tin and sheeot iro wan 10 " w O ajny kind , S. aspau bpnned hwardar " axe 44 matteck " prhorse shoes " . " eamp coklag et-It olectio c teir and pertabe platform scales, '4 See. L WAGONS AND CARRIAGES. " dusglesislgh 5 See. 4. CABI aE't WARE. akaetared in tlit'errlte.r B e0parIeot r -'ad 54 " bedstead " 10 - se d -d ~ h ir * , d " ale s and 1 " esatrtable 10 See. 4.I BD Wmb :A -ACTURE"S. 1 artleles sl setdr la I d list be meastect s meak wrlts isestfer di poma £ ' imsrecid YlaI ' do " 100 lbs aro lsal do 5 " 1er09 $s( ea t '! " , do S o bes teers E de Senobseem do 5 do te I do S dodo II5u?4q xS 31ha u· ~.j~sr.5 -k e ~~ MONTANA MINERALS, FDLDN IYONES, etc 3est specimen builditag atm s 5 do do marble 6 Specimene to he not lai mtl a M tfoot dl mtnsiaon, and specimen to have attached a atatement to writieg, ot Trhere Mab, thick Bset speemno worked mUlle 10 do blarrl of lime 8 do lot of brick 8 do.breriok de ) bhobel Montana coal 5 do spci n ~Eot lasslabauthrl 'd bari gqo'tZ S do specimen toi.er bearinn qq'tt 5 do do copper a do do iron ore Diploma do do galena ore Drpkna do general colklection of ores 10 do collection folsls and precious stones found in in the Territory 10 Lvgesl gold bar 10 Be silver har b Sec 7. .MECHANICAL PRODUCTS. Best lot of Montana furs $ 8 do collection gloves and mite Diploma do do men's clotbiug do do assortment of hrshes do do speclmendentll ery 5. do do silver plJting do d cane of silver ware do A 5 do caseof jewelry manufactured in the Ter. do 10 do epecmen job ptinting do A 5 do do do do gold neckchain do a 5 do do fobor vestchain do A - -D plain goMring do 5 - do mo aatring do & PREMIL'M FOR LADIES' RIDING. Each competitor totfunish bet own hotse. Best lady rider, side saddle valued at 4 ,t beet, large silver goblet do 40 btuest, set silverteaspooas do 30 Ladioes Department. Se.. 1. NEEDLE WORK. Be-t specimen embroidery $ " do do needle-work $5 t best 8 do do tatting do ottrana cover do famcy worked chair cover S do do chair tidy do do worsted work do, pincushlon do sofa cnhlon do fancy worsted work 3 do ornamental hair work x do worked slipper 9 do fancy worked handkerchief I do specamen ornamental bead work 3 do do do shell do 1 do silk bonnet $ 8 best straw bonnet - do calico dress 3 do slkdres is do wollen dress, any goods, do dspla of millinery 5 do collection ladies' furnishing goods, Diploma do child's dress do do ladies' head dress do do shirt do do diplay plaain sewing do S do do silk lnbroldeiy do A 8 do do wox.ted do I do do cotton do 3 do do crochet work, worsted or cotton do A 8 do do tattinet work do 3 do wool knitLsoks do 3 do do mittens do s do woolen comfort do 2 do home-made rug or mat do 2 do cotton knit stockings do s do display of knitting-work do 8 do do braiding work do 8 do dressing gown, genut's do 8 The most ueatly dressed doll by girl under 14 years of age. 3 For evidence in taste and skill in plain needle uOm k by girl nader 15 years of age, Dip A 8 Sec. 2 QUILTS. Bost worked quilt 8$ do patch-work quilt 8 do white quilt 5 do counaterpane iI do double coverlet. woolen, Diploma A 3 do do cotton do 2 tSec. :L. HIOE MANUFACTFRUEd. Articles in this section must be made by the exhibitor. A statement nust be tiled in the SOcrttary's office, at the tiue of entry, specifying the mode of manu. facture. Best loaf wheat bread. home-made Diploma A I 8 d beat do 2 Best loaf corn bread do 2 do sUnol, cake do 5 display cakes and pastry do 5 do o bread, blcuit and rusk do 5 do 5 lbs of butter do 10 Std best do 5 Best diplay sour plkles do 2 do do swted do d do do fruits, air-tight vessels 8 do do vecetabs '" do do jellies do 8 do do jams and marmalades do 8 do do coutectionery do 8 do 10 Ihabar soap, home-made, do 3 do 5 gallonu soft soap do - do 10 lbs candle., bome-mado; do 1 Sec 4. DRAWINGS. PICTIlRE FRAMES, EN (GRAI'NGBt, ETC. Best picture fame, Diploma do specimen steel cngraving, do do do lithographing do do collectto. mirrors do do do steel engravings do do do photograph albums do do drawing of Montana scenery $ 2d best do do do 8 Best collection of business writing 5 do puncU drawlrng do pen do do slgn paintlng8 doletter do do archItectural drawing a do crayon drawing 8 do portrait, in oil 10 do plain card pbotograph 5 do collection 1 z 4 do 5 do group. not less than three figures 8 to collection photographs of Montana scenery b do specimen artifdcal flowers Diploma & 8 do do wax iowers do 8 do phantom boaquet do do cullection rustic work do - do display hair work do - do do feather dower work do 3 do do shell do do 8 Velocipede Exerelre. Not less than three to enter and two to go. For best time and skill on track $90 9d best do do do 10 The Wonder of Helena S A Fountaln of Health I MEDICATED RUSSIAN BATHS. The Establishment Nol Open. MAIN STREET - - - - - . ELENA. (Opposite Hersheld's Bank Building.) Tub, Shower, Russian, Not, Cold, Medicated and ieo tric Baths, with Booms for Invalids. Cleanliness is Next to Godliness. A S'RB CUBE for Rheumatism, Mountan Fever, ad all Cutaneous Disans NO CURE, NO PAY. 170 Cases C(ured by the Med loated laths. refers to all who have been under treatment This establishment, the best Bathing institution in e mountals, aywere, with seven superb bath oms, is now n complete runninla order. Beside these are Russian, Vapo Medicated and Galvanic Baths, i which, ad by w , without other treat met or medicine the r or guarantee a quick and cmplete cure for Rhemati, Mountain Fever and al cutaneous diseases, or no pay will be asked. W Private apartments for Laes sad hamiies. The Tonsorial d ttin this establishment is a marvel of ele.enemd ate. Only the most expert women retained. Hair rshiaglby steam. Power suppled by a model .hborse power steam eagae. $4 _ E. FRAm E, Propristor. Admnimttastor's Notice. Ix Tm A"YR oRf eeeae of James IL. ese Is .hr_ w Court 4e Dear ladm esiedn lthe estate t James U Reese, decnesed, that R ~to make EAualettlmeat e sad estate at the oto! eterm 4f the Probate Court tof Deer Lodge eenty terthe peer ISS. Dear ledge 1, sgmt . 18 8-41 TlOSo 0. paOMND, Adminlstrator of said tate. Wailter W. Johnson, CIVIL ENGINEER, t4 s nesa asoi. o timate. (e rwaobo9 work lathe jN OTIR - - ATTORNEY - AT - LAW% COURT saovp3 MqAvuP.. Der Lodge Oity, MoemnS. Ooie with M. B. II*hoa. W. F. SANDEBS,. ATTORNEY AT LAW'. OricEa IN TaU WITn.ATce BUILaxwO, HELENA, . ... .. . MONTANA. a. 3.AWaNYC3. e soDna. LAWRENCE A HEDGES, Attorney -at-Law, Main stret, Opposite National Bank, HnIt.sa, . - - MoNrvxA. A. E. MAITar. Lo4 s McMUramr. MAYHEW & McMURTHY, ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW, DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. jy,..y W. U. CLAOSET, W. W. DIXOx. C.LAGETT A DIXON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Court House Square, 1ay DEER LODGE CITY, MONTIANA. aM. E3. HAn rsoIION, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Oae with James H. Brown, Court House SquateQ DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. Physlolans-Nuargeons.. Dentists 1I. CI5 EP iN, Physilian and Iu-rgoon, DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. 1-ly DENTI$TIUY. Dr.J. A. Niohols, Dentlst. cENTRAL OPTICS n, WHITLATCH BUILDING, HELENA. All work warranted Afrt-class, And pronounced by all who have seen his work to be unoxcelled jyI-tf In the United States. BIANK ERlM. -. T. HaI.vS, - _- Jxo. t. Acnasox, President. Cashier. First National Bank, Main Street, Helena, Montana. DssiexATsr DavPOesoaS or Tas UmrTan STATS. jyn4m HUSISEY, DAHLER A CO., BAN KEUI And Dealers in Gold Dust, Coln and Exchange, SALT LAKE CITY, Itah Territory; VIRGINIA and HELENA, Montana. jyg-tt Ii o I & a d Aub, BANKERS, HELENA, - - MONTANA. T,.lgaphlc Transfers and Drafts Sold on all parts of the United States and Enropl. Highest lrice Paid for Gold Dust and Bars. L IL Hansawima . A. Ilssaurua L. H. HERSHFIELD A BRO., BDANKLTER Main Street, adjoining Bontley's .ock, HELENA, - MONTANA. Sight Drafts on all parts of the United States and Europe. Dealers in Gold Dust Coin, Curreny. AmD UNWTSD STATEI w.UOaITYIU. Collections made In all parts of the Territory, and remittance. prmmptly forwarded. ASMAYERS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ASSAY OFFICE, H~asxA, MONTANA. Arou..s STnrrz, A#yser. joura ASSAY OFFICE ! ASSAY OFFICE ! Gulch Dust and Mill Retort melted into Bars, aeca. rately assayed and guaranteud to conform to the U. S. MINT STANDARD. Greenbacks Pald for Gold Dust! CHARLEs RUMLEY. B.OADWAT, HULUNA, M. T. jy-tf Geo. W. Irvin, Assistant Assessor of lanternal Reveie, Oice with Clagett I Dixon, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, DEER LODGE, M. T. 1-17 Drugs and Mhedleines. Weir &d Pope, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. Madn Stre, Hdea Moartaa. MII1NG CHEMICALS, PAINTS AND VARNISHES, PERFUMERIES, ETC Phymielans' Premoriptions accurately aed withfrsh, paure Drug.. SOrder promptly rled and shipped. ,,g 1-am L. IBY SERB, CITY DRUG STORE, DU LODGE CITrrr, MONraNA. Wholeskls and Retnd Dealer m DRUGS AND IRDICINfE, Palat., Ols, Dye stars, Stationery, Brash.r, anq U0oes, Perfumew, etd mewM from oak. eap. popy 6.s asod Book and News Depots. B.- k lA -Bo amttatoteer.yu Mt e!r P OST OFF= ac31IWnfGº The oest rlsenbel sp -newspors TvertytUF 1t the Statle$ ery . e. D. S =ETON, P! 3IMk t, .