ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Court Deer Lodge. No. 7,50, A. 0, F., meets eve
Thalda i evening at 7.30 o'clock. at Union Ball. A
iting rethren arWELLIN NPTON, C. t.
a(one GALtBArn,. Secretary. 967
ORDER OF IRON HALL.
The meetings of Branch No. 625 of the order,
TIn flail, will be held at Union Hall, on the first an
I.r' Frid"?y evenings of each month, at 8 o'clock
Viaitiue Fricuds of the Order are cordially invited i
mert with us. JOSEPH McDONNALL, C. J.
wa' II. TaBIPPE, Accountant. 966
ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN
ioat Powell Lodge No. 13, A. O. U. W., meet
first. and tiird Tuesdays of each month, atUnia
hll at 7 0 p. m. Visiting Brethren are cordially in
vited to attend. J. E. VAN GUNDY, M. W.
p. BaDEB, Recorder. 966
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.
Regular Assemblies at Union Hall, second and fourtl
FridaYS ot each month, at 7.70 p. m. Visiting Com.
rde are cordially invited to attend..
B. F. IMarT, Adjutant. H. A. S.nmr, P.C.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Valley Lodge No. 6, K. of P., meets every
Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, at Unior
Hall. All visiting Brethren are cordially invited
ro be present at the meetings.
JOSEPH McDONNALL, C. C.
C. S. SCHROEDER, K. of R. & S. 965
CATHOLIC-Services every Sunday. Sunday
School at 2 o'clock each Sunday under direction
of Sisters of Charity.
CHRISTIAN-Services every Sunday at 1134
a;m. and 7% p.m. Sunday School at 103 a. m.
Services also on Wednesday evening at 7% .
pRESBYTERIAN-Services every Sunday at
11% o'clock a. m., and 7% o'clock p. m. Sun
day School every Sunday at 10% a. m.
E. 1. GROENEVELD, Minister.
EPISCOPAL.-Services on first, third and
fifth Sundays, at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School
every Sunday at 2 p. m.
every Sunday at B. HOWARD, Rector.
MONTANA UNION TIME TABLE.
Arrival and Departure of Trains at Deer Lodge,
Taking Effect Feb. 56, 1888.
Bound South. Bound North.
No. 4 Exp..,12.14 p. m. No. 3 Exp.., 6.42 p.m
No.6 freight, 6.50 a.. No..5 freig't, 7.18 p. m
No. 2. to B. 8.08 p. m. No.1B.toH. 9.30 a. m
No. 6, south bound, connects with U. P.
south bound at Silver Bow.
No. 2, leaving Deer Lodge at 9.30 a. mi.,
north bound, connects with west bound
Express on N. P. at Garrison, at 11.22 a. m.
No. 3, leaving Deer Lodge at 6.42 p. m.,
north bound, connects with east bound Nor
thern Pacific Express at Garrison, at 7.27 p. m.
No. 2 and No. 4 both make close connec
tions at Stuart for Anaconda.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS
Ar THE Dean Lonne CITY PosaroPicu.
9.30 a. m.-Receive all Southern mail.
9.30 a. m.-Dispatch all Northern mall.
12.14 p. m.--Receive all mail from west of Garrison.
12.14 p. m.-Dispatch mail only to Butte and Ana
6.40 p. m.--leceive Butte and Anaconda mail.
6.40 p. m.-Dispatch all mail for west of Garrison.
8.08 p. m.--Receive all Northern mail.
8.08 p. m.-Dispatch all Southern mail.
All mails close 30 minutes before departure of
GEO. W. CARLTON, P. M.
Marriage, Birth and Death Notices inserted
free, if information thereof is sent to this office.
Obituary Notices, Resolutions of Condolence,
Notices of Meetings, etc., will be charged for at
All Advertisements in this Department cost 15
cents per line for first insertion, and 10 cents per
line for subsequent insertions.
SEE TOM CONNIFF FOR HOT SCOTCIH.
SEE TOM CONNIFF FOR BROWN STOUT.
ONION SETS 25c PER QUART at Dr. Owings'
Drug Store. .976
DR. OWINGS HAS THE AGENCY for Landreth's
Celebrated Garden Seeds. 976
ThE FINEST LINE OP CIGARS ever brought to
Deer Lodge at Owings' Drug Store. 976
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES in Art Goods at
_ Owings' Drug Store. 973 4t
DESIIRABLE LOTS for sale. Residence to let
971 tf GEORGE COCKRELL.
LARGE ASSORTMENT of Fresh Candies just
1 . received at Charlie Kenyon's. 935 tf
FOR RENT--A six-room house near the College
CALL ON A. P. WINSLOW and have your eyes
Stested with Julius Kirg'sOptometer. Afullline
of Spectacles and Eye Glasses justreceived. 964 tf
FO0R SALE--Cook Stove and Kitchen Tinware,
I two Carpets, Furniture, and a first-class No. 1
Piano for sale or rent. Inquire of H. A. McPherson.
DPLUMBING WORK.--Baving in my employ a .rst
I class Plumber, I am prepared to do all work in
that line promptly, well, and at reasonable prices.
973 tf J JOHN O'NEILL.
DRAFT AND DRIVING HORSES FOR SALE.
I have for sale several Draft Horses-half blood
Normans, sired by Figaro-sized and matched, from
1,100 to 1.300 lbs. well broke and true pullers. Also
a number of well broke, trotting-bred uriviar Horses
from good sires and dams. PHIL E. EVANS,
974 3t Deer Lodge.
BUILDINGS FOR SALE.-I offer for sale the
buildmes on Main street. Deer Lodge, now oceu
pled by C. D. Kenyon, Mrs. Carey's millinery and A.
P. Winslow, Watchmaker. Must be removed oa or
before April 1st, to make way for new buildings.
Price $200 each. Inquire of
U75 t JOHN O'NEILL.
An Expert Accountant.
New York Sun. I
"Do you not think, Miss Smith," he plead
ed, "that in time you might learn to love
"Possibly," the girl replied, "if you could
render me a statement of what you are
worth, Mr. Jones, I might learn to love you.
I'm very quick at figures."
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by the Deer Lodge Drug Company. [955 ly
J. I. CAS EGNoEa s AND THREHEBBS,
McCormick Harvesters and Mowers,
Peter Schuttler Wagons,
Drills, Seeders and Cultivators,
Sulky and Walking Plows,
BARBED, BALING AND BINDING WIRE, 1
Genuine Hollingasworth Hay Rakes,
lill's Concord and Peter's Team and Buggy Harness,
Will hnadle onry firstCtlasS Goods and guarantee
prices lower than any other Implement House in the
Territory. 684 tf
A Swell Luncheon.
A maid on economy bent,
Wished to give a swell luncheon in lent.
Dried apples with water
She served, but it taught her
A howling swell brings discontent.
W. W. HIGGINS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAIND
A Complete Assortment of Goods
-IN HIS LINE
Which he offers on as good terms as any
house in the Territory.
Sole Agent for the "CALIFORNIA POWDER
Agent for the Celebrated Snow Flake Flour"
We have just received our first car load of
Spring Goods, consisting of Plows, Harrows,
Fan Mills, Scrapers (tongue or drag), Fresh
Timothy and Red Top Seed, Hollingsworth
Rakes, Crown Mowers and Wheelbarrows.
We also have a large stock of the best Rub
ber and Cotton Woven Hose, and 4 and 8
arm Lawn Sprinklers. Call and examine
our stock and learn how cheap you can buy
from [I975 tf] BENNETT BRos. CO.
After a test of SEVENTEEN YEARS, the eel
ebralsd Granadina Cigar has proved itself
the best Domestic Havana Cigar on this Coast.
Mr. William Coleman, of Deer Lodge City,
.T., is the sole agent of this brand for Deer
Lge City and county, M. T.
9Manufactured by F. Conx & Co.,
90m San Francisco.
and lock Wear
In all Different Styles and Coloring
NONE IXCEL AND FEW EQUAL.
THE SPRING STYLEI
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Celebrated Turner & Johnston and Mur
phy French Calf,
BOOTS a SHOES,
SEAL OR CAMELOPARD TOPS,
In Bals, Button and Congress-of all Widths
Our Ladies' Stoe Deoartmell
Is as complete as any in Montana, comprising
all of the Latest Styles and Beat Makes,
and AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
TO ARRIVE WITHIN THE NEXT
laets, U siteriy Idn Wll a.per
RECIVED AND EN ROUTE
10 Cases Wall Paper,
50 Pieces of Carpet,
Comprising the latest Shades and Colorings
in Moquette, Body Brussels, Velvets, Three
ply and Ingrains. Fancy Patterns in Uphol
stering Goods, Mats and Matting.
iTOur Stock of Family and Heavy Gro.
ceries is Always Complete.
Judging from our constantly increasing sales, show
ing that the Trade in general is satisfied with our
way of doing business, we shall always adhere to the
SLrictly One Price System, handling only first-class
roods. Full weights and prices just as represented.
E. L. Bonner Co.
DEER LODGE, M. T.
A. S. Higgins, Esq., was in from Philips
burg on Thursday.
Henry Carman and Alfred Kimmerly came
over from Avon on Tuesday.
Ed Mason, the jolly miner in Ophir Gulch,
was welcomed on our streets yesterday.
Constable F. M. Fox, of Anaconda, had
business In Deer Lodge on Wednesday.
Thompson Campbell, Esq., of Campbell &
Duffy, Butte, looked in upon us Wednesday.
R. L. Davis, of Helena, was in town on
Saturday last, a witness in the Romain trial.
Dr. J. A. Mee is building a story and a half
residence on the east side of D street, west of
P. Hoyt, of Race Track, while fishing one
day last week, fell on the ice and sprained
Mrs. E. A. Pearson, of New Chicago, was
in town last Saturday on business with the
Mrs. R. L. Davis, of Helena, who has been
in our town several days, is quite sick at Mr.
John F. Stauhal's.
Wm. M. Thompson, County Clerk and
Recorder, left Deer Lodge Monday evening
on a trip to St. Louis.
Geo. W. Johnson and R. G. Terrill, of
Race Track, were registered at the Scott
House on Wednesday.
Mrs. A. H. Mitchell expected to go east
with Mr. Thompson, but was too ill to ac
company him on Monday evening, and is
John M. Evans, son of Mr. Phil. E. Evans, I
and F. C. Webster, of Butte, have formed a
partnership for the practice of law and I
opened an office in Missoula.
Geo. Mason, Special Postoffice Inspector
of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Mon
tana, made a satisfactory examination of
Deer Lodge Postoffice affairs yesterday.
Capt. James H. Mills and Judge Galbraith
left on Monday evening for Miles City.
They are Delegates from George H. Thomas
Post to the Department Encampment of the
G. A. R.
R. A. Eddy, of Missoula, is in San Fran
cisco, and ten or twelve days ago had a
friendly shooting match with Ed Fay, of the
Grand Hotel. Eddy scored 32 birds to Fay
28, out of 36.
Rev. A. K. Baird, Supt. of Presbyterian
Missions in Montana, occupied the pulpit of
the Presbyterian church in Deer Lodge last
Sabbath, and preached two excellent ser
mons, with the good old Scotch ring to
Mayor Steele, of Helena, arrived last even
ing en route to visit his brother, Joseph
Steele, who is quite ill at Pioneer. Dr. S.
expects to return to-day and will, under di
rection of the Governor, examine the Peni
tentiary and Insane Asylum.
Mr. W. W. Reed was advised by telegraph
on Monday of the safe arrival of his wife
and children, with Mrs. Leavitt, in Skowhe
gan, Maine. They were delayed on the road
by the storm, and stopped one day in Boston
for the purpose of consulting physicians,
with encouraging results.
Miss Lutie Evans was taken with neural
gia of the brain and heart while at her
brother's, near Garrison, last week. She
was brought up on the noon train Sunday
and conveyed to her home on a mattress.
The attack was a severe one, but we are glad
to learn that she is recovering.
THE PERFECT LAMP.
I hlave on exhibition at my Store
The N:w 200 Candle Power Rochester Lamp,
which creates No MORE HEAT than an ordin
ary Lamp, and BREAKS RO CIIIMNEYS.
Call and see these before buying an infe
rior Lamp. JOHN O'NEILL.
Assayers' certificates of the beat form ai
the Naw NORTH-WEST ofice.
Rev. Mr. Groeneveld will preach at the
Dempsey creek school house April 1, at 3:30
Mr. Van Orton, of Butte, is in Deer Lodge,
having, we learn, secured good classes both
in orchestra and band music.
Mr. I. 8. Eldred, of the News Depot, now
delivers the Daily Helena Independent to
Deer Lodge subscribers on the day of its
'The Good Templars will give a Neck-Tie
Social in Cottonwood Hall on Friday even
ing, March 30th. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Our old friend, W. W. Higgins, successor
to Murphy, Higgins & Co., has put a brand
new delivery wagon on our streets. It is
very neat, substantial and commodious.
The person who obtained the loan of
"Macky's Symbolism of Free Masonry"
three or four years ago will confer a favor on
the owner of the book by leaving it at the
Nzw NoRTH-WEST office. 976 It
We learn from Luke Finn that be was told
at Avon that the remains of Jeff. Davis, of
Blackfoot, were brought from Georgia yes
terday. He was sent south a few weeks
since on account of his health. He leaves a
wife and child.
The time for holding the election of school
trustees occurs this year on Saturday, April
7th.. Trustees are required by law to post
three notices of the time and place of hold
ing the election 15 days previous and to pub
lish the same notice in one newspaper pub
lished in the district or in the County.
Good people in Deer Lodge who went to
bed early on Monday night were surprised
to see three or four inches of snow on the
ground when they rose late next morning,
and the sun shining. But good and bad had
the benefit of the rest of the snow storm dur
ing the day, and we had five to six inches of
the "beautiful" before 2 o'clock p. m.
There is but little news to be given this
week from the mines in the Oro Finc dis
trict. The Cottonwood claim has been sur
veyed during the week and may be consid
ered secure against "jumpers." The Moun
tain Lion is holding its own, work being
pushed on the tunnel, and stoping on the up
raise continued. The Champion Consolida
ted is putting up hoisting works.
The amount of the indemnity bond given
by the County Commissioners to S. E. Lara
bie for bail forfeited by Cole's Circus Co.,
and paid into the school fund some three
years ago, and apportioned among the school
districts, has been paid from the general
school fund. amounting with interest to
$1,113.00, which accounts for the lack of the
usual apportionment of the school fund this
We were shown a few days ago the hand
tome design for the block of two-story build
ings which will soon be erected by Klein
schmidt & Co., 80 feet, and Lodge & Beau
mont, 40 feet; making a continuous and uni
form building of 120 feet frontage. The first
.oor will have iron columns and plate glass
fronts, while the second is of brick with iron
fnish and in beautiful architectural design.
-oritz Bien is also in the notion of building
with Coleman and Lansing, and if he does
Dr. Mitchell will also build to the same de
sign, adjoining. Main Street will look like
i brick yard this summer.
A Couple of Songs.
We give below the words to a couple of
tongs written by Mrs. Fannie H. Sherman,
sf New Chicago, Mont. The Song of Spring
s a trio for female voices set to music by
Tulius E. Ward, and printed by Louis H
toes, Boston. It is a favorite song in the
cast. "Moonlight" is a recent production
f equal merit.
sONG OF SPRING.
Raise your glad voices in triumphant song,
Winter is over, the glad strain prolong,
Break from his power, rock, river and
Heard are the voices of Sprlugtime again.
Birdlings are carolling sweet in the trees,
Zephyrs are sighing so soft in the breeze;
Joyously sing we the gladsome refrain
Winter is over and Spring comes again.
Crowned with a chaplet of radiant flowers,
Filling with fragrance her beauteous bow
Spring wanders blithely by meadow and
Waking the flowrets from Winter's cold
Over the earth her green mantle she
Sparkling in sunshine the freed river flows;
Nature rejoices o'er valley and plain,
Winter is over and Spring comes again.
Life.giving Springtime, with hearts light
Sing we thy praises, thy promise we see;
Decked are the valleys and hillsides with
Floweth the fountain in silvery sheen;
Violets glisten with diamond dew,
Fielding their fragrance and beauty anew;
Joyously sing we the gladsome refrain
Winter is over and Spring comes again.
I am sitting alone in the quiet night,
Bathed in the gleam of the moon's pale
I gaze on her face in the fathomless sea,
And think that she somewhere looks
down unoon thee.
And to her my spirit breathes a prayer,
Borne on the breeze of the evening fair
Shine o'er the loved one peacefully,
That he, beholding, may think of me.
Snowdrops glitter as diamonds bright,
Stars lend their beauty to the night;
The moonlight glimmers with silvery ray,
While I think of thee, love, far away.
FNNIE H. SHnanMAN.
MEW CHICAGO, M. T., Mar. 15, 1888.
Pablie School itemas.
In the following districts winter schools
have been taught, and have closed, or will
Blackfoot- Miss Cora Lane, teacher, 3
months; Lost Creek- Mr. J. P. Stagg, 3
months; Pioneer-Mr. D. C. Dodge, only 2
months (on account of sickness); Stuart
Miss S. Batterton; Warm Springs-Mr. L. P.
Corcoran; Willow Creek-Mr. I. N. Shan
non; Sunset-Miss Mary Mullen; Granite
Mr. G. J. Reek.
In the Anaconda school Miss Jennie Kin
ney succeeded Miss Hobson. At Beartown
there has been no school. Hon. M.W.White,
of Helmville, has been teaching at Melrose,
Silver Bow county, this winter.
Summer schools have been opened, at Race
Track, by Mr. Singleton, of Ohio; Elliston,
by Miss Maggie Logan, Willow Glen, by
Mr. I. N. Shannon.
Miss Lutie Evans will teach at Drummond
this summer; Mr. T. B. Hammond at New
Chicago; Miss Hattie Mitchell at Stone Sta
tion; Miss Gertie Galbraith at Jones'; Miss
Mary Mullen at Dooley's; Miss Mary Gal
braith at Gold Creek.
Lincoln district has been re established,
after a lapse of six years.
Granite and Race Track districts will build
new school houses. Jones' district built a
new house last winter.
Diphtheria Near Gold Creek.
The family of Mr. Dennis Mahoney, who
lives two or three miles west of Gold Creek
Station, in ,this County, are passing through
a trying ordeal with this dreaded and dread
ful disease. A daughter about 12, and a son
14, years of age, died within a week's time,
and two daughters 12 and 16 years old have
been very sick with the same disease, and
were not expected to recover, but at latest
advices they were slowly improving.
Win. Meadows, a young man 23or 30 years
old, who was nursing at Mahoney's, took the
disease, and is recovering from a severe at
tack. Miss Doyle also took the disease from
nursing, but has recovered.
Renews Her Youth.
Mrs. Phwebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co.,
Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
the truth of which is vouched for by the res,
idents of the town: "I am 73 years old, have
been troubled with kidney complaint and
lameness for many years; could not dress
myself without help. Now I am free from
all pain and soreness, and am able to do all
my own housework. I owe spy thanks tc
Electric Bitters for having renewed m3
youth, and removed completely all disease
and pan." Try a bottle, D 0o and 51, at Deei
Lodeae Drng Co'S Drug Store. 958
G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
Proceedings at Wednesday's Session- A
Special to the Miner.
MILus CITY, M. T., March 21.-Delega
tions from all parts of the Territory are pres.
ent at the Annual Encampment held to-day
of the Department of Montana, G. A. B.
Fully 50 outside delegates and comrades
are present. Helena was decided upon as
the place for holding the next Annual En
campment during the month of April, 1889.
The election of officers for the ensuing year
resulted as follows:
Department Commander-J. G. Sanders,
S. V. C.-Henry Romeyn, Fort Keogh.
T. V. C.-V. A. Cook, Boulder.
Medical Director - Eagan A. Koerpor,
Chaplain-Rev. S. A. Wallace, Billings.
Council of Administration-Commanders
Wilkinson, Willson, Shoemaker, 81loane
sepresentatives to the National Encamp
ment at Columbus, O.-Jas. H. Mills, R. E.
Fisk; Alternates-Jas. E. Calloway and M.
A banquet is in progress to-night and a
ball will take place to-morrow night.
Racket Near Warm Springs.
A feud has existed for some time between
Sam Whitten and Walter Phillips, which
culminated last Friday in personal strife. It
seems that Phillips had made some threats
of violence towards Whitten, which were
known to Mrs. Harrison, with whom the
men were boarding while cutting poles in
the mountains. On the day of the trouble
Phillips went from Mrs. Harrison's ranch to
Warm Springs and returned somewhat in.
toxicated. About the same time a man by
the name of Gibson put in an appearance on
the ranch. Mrs. Harrison, seeing that the
horse which Phillips had had been driven
hard, went out and put him out herself, and
seeing Gibson at the stable, advised Whitten
not to go out there, as she feared an encoun
ter. Philips soon came into the house with
a knife in his hand accompanied by Gibson,
and advanced toward Whitten. The latter
retreated and avoided an attack for some
time, but was forced to go up stairs, where
he took his revolver and warned Phillips not
to come up. The warning was taken and
Whitten came down revolver in hand, and
wishing to avoid a conflict went out of the
house. Phillips followed, and Whitten
again warned him, but being followed
around the house Whitten turned and struck
Phillips twice on the head with his pistol,
knocking him down.
Phillips then wentto Warm Springs to have
his wounds dressed, and told the Station
Agent that Whitten had shot him twice in
the head. The Agent immediately tele
graphed this statement to the Sheriff, who,
with Deputy Sheriff Hatton, went up to
Warm Springs the same evening. They met
Phillips on the platform, waiting for a train
to Deer Lodge, and told him if he wished to
swear out a complaint to do so on his arrival
here, and Whitten should be arrested next
day. Phillips came down that night but
concluded not to make complaint. The
officers were satisfied, after learning the
above facts about the affair at the ranch from
Mrs. Harrison, and other facts with regard
to the feelings and actions of the parties en
gaged, that there was no cause for arrest.
Whitten is an old resident of the County,
and known as a steady and peaceable man.
He made no effort to escape or avoid the
RACY RACE TRACK.
Closing Meeting of the Dempsey Creek Ly
Correspondence New North-West.
A rather sudden change in the weather,
with a few flakes of the beautiful.
Nothing daunted by threatening skies or
lowering clouds the industrious farmers con
tinue actively at work and will soon be un
der full headway with thefr crops.
We learn that Messrs. Welton & Scott are
soon to put in a saw mill on Modesty Creek.
We wish the gentlemen success.
P. Hoyt, of the Junction House, while out
fishing a few days ago, had the misfortune to
slip and fall on the ice, straining his shoul
der, which caused him considerable pain,
but no serious injury. Be a little more care
ful next time in landing the speckled beau
The members of the Dempsey Creek Lyce
um desire to express their sincere thanks to
the Editor of the NEW NORTH-WEST for
his kindly expressed sentiment and friendly
encouragement in regard to amateur dra
matic, literary and debating societies, feel
ing sure the winter's experience goes to con
firm the correctness of those views so happi
The closing meeting for the season of the
Dempsey Creek Lyceum was held as per
previous arrangement last Saturday evening.
The programme was very creditably filled,
and the question "Resolved, That the stage
has a moral influence," decided in favor of
the affirmative. After the transaction of
some business the society adjourned with C.
K. Hardenbrook and M. H. Willard leaders
in a political discussion for the next regular
meeting of the society, to be held the first
Saturday in November. It was decided in
the meantime to give a dance under the
auspices of the society some time about the
1st of April, of which more anon.
RACE TRACK, March 20, 1888.
We have just opened a nice new lot of
Parasols, Spring Shawls, Spring Wraps, and
Men's Hosiery-samples bought of a trave!
ing salesman at a discount, enabling us to
sell them at the wholesale price. These are
all nice goods, and have only been on sale
since yesterday, and are selling rapidly. You
can now buy a nice Lace-covered Parasol
from $3.50 to $5.00 each, which sold last year
at $8 to $18 each. You can have a good
choice, as there are no two alike and a large
variety of styles.
OUR MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE
has proven a success, and every lady who has
made a purchase or seen the lot seems to ex
press with us the opinion that the goods can
not be made for the price. We will continue
the sale throughout this month -nd the
mark the goods up to what they are really
worth, and put them in regular stock. So
come now and get the benefit of low prices.
975 tf A. KLEINSCHMIDT & CO., Limited.
Now You See It-Now You Don't See it.
The administrator of the estate of Raphael
Boisvert, deceased, sold to J. W. Estill the
Boisvert horse brand. Last week John
Romine came to town with two horses bear
ing the brand, not vented. Mr. Estill
claimed the horses, and Romine could not
satisfy him that he bought the horses of the
administrator, before the brand was sold.
They went to law about it, the case was tried
before Justice Hartwell, and upon the testi
mony of the administrator, was decided in
favor of Romine. Somebody, it seems, did
not follow the law with regard to venting
stop That Cougih.
Great danger often results from neglected
coughs, and it will not do to experiment
with medicines boomed by imported testimo
nials of parties whose very existence is ques
tionable. The proper thing to do is to al
ways keep in your cupboard a bottle of
Acker's English Remedy, which has proved
so satisfactory to our own fellow citizens:
Read this home testimonial:
DEER LODGE, Oct. 8, 1887.
I have been suffering some time from a
painful chronic cough, and have used Shiloh's
and other medicines without experiencing
the least benefit. Recently I purchased a
bottle of Acker's English Remedy, whpich
has cured me. I firmly believe that'for affec
tions of the throat and chest it possesses
marvelous curative powers.
T~oMAs MORGao , (withl Bennett Bros).
Acker's Blood Elixir and Acker's English
Renmedly fur coughs-the most reliable medtli
cines ou the market, are for sale by all drug
gists; in Deer Lodge only by
95 ly 9DEER LODGE Daus Co.
The Northern Paclfis will soon be known
as the great tea route, says the Tacoma Led.
ger. It has just closed a contract for the
transporting from the Pacific Coast to 81.
Paul, this season, of 10,000,000 pounds of tea
A St. Louis dispatch of March 18th says
that Thomas L. Kimball has been appointed
Acting General Manager of the Union Pa
ci8c railroad, and J. S. Cameron will take
the'place formerly occupied by Mr. Kimball.
The Northern Pacific has issued a new
tariff on emigrant movables, taking effect
March 1st, by which slight reductions are
made to some points, and has also announced
a reduction of about 25 per cent. on west
bound stock cattle, stock hogs and stock
We understand that the Northern Pacific
will sell 500 mile tickets at 4 cents per mile
for the accommodation of the Montana peo
ple who are in the habit of traveling short
distances on that road. This will save such
passengers the trouble of purchasing tickets
at stations, and some expense.
The Pioneer Press of last Saturday has an
exhaustive article on its first page extending
over to the second about the Northern Pa
cific Railroad, in much the same vein as the
"boom" write-ups that journal contained
about Helena, Butte and other places. There
is a good deal in it about the land grant of
the road, but no reference to the company's
effort to capture the mineral lands of the
mountainous region of Montana, which ne
cessitates the earnest effort of the Montana
Mineral Land Association to prevent its ful
The Minot Tribune says: On April 1st a
eifigae Will be made in the train service.
First-elass passenger trains with dining and
sleeping cars attached, will run from St.
Paul to Helena in competition with the
Northern Pacific Railway. The dining car
system is a new feature with the St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Manitoba railway and will
be hailed with delight by the traveling pub.
lic, who will then be able to enjoy their
meals at the proper hour, regardless of the
running time of the train, at the nominal
charge of seventy-five cents, which is the
least begrudged expense of the traveler of
Asa Cornforth Shot Near Fish Creek.
From the Madisonian we learn that Mr.
Asa Cornforth, an old timer of Iron Rod,
and whom the people of Deer Lodge know
as the father of Mrs. J. E. Dickey, was shot
in his wagon while on his way to Butte a
week ago Sunday by William Lucas, a man
with whom he had a suit about money mat
ters in the District Court of Lewis & Clarke
County, and won it. Lucas waylaid Corn
forth at Iron Rod, but finding that he had
passed unobserved by him, followed on
horseback, overtook him at Dry Creek and
demanded a settlement of their difficulty.
Cornforth proposed that they should go on
to Bruffy's and talk the matter over. Lucas
would not agree to this, but drew a revolver
and shot Cornforth in the right leg below
the knee. Lucas -then returned to Twin
Bridges and gave himself up to a Justice of
the Peace, who held him under bail of $1,000.
As he could not "put up" he was lodged in
jail at Virginia City. Mr. Cornforth suc
ceeded in getting back to Iron Rod, and he
was taken to Butte at once for surgical aid.
The Inter-Mountain of the 19th says Corn
forth received a serious and painful wound,
but the physicians hope to save his leg.
The Deer Lodge Club.
This is the name of an organization effect
ed by the young men of Deer Lodge last
Saturday evening. They have rented the
house on the corner of 2d and F Streets op
posite Judge Emerson's, and furnished club
rooms therein. Sixteen members were en
rolled at the first meeting. The object of the
club is to furnish headquarters for social
gatherings of young men for diversion and
amusement. Gambling and the use of intox
ientuwg aiqwsin- ati ub -ouma9re strictly
forbidden. The officers of the Club are as
President-C. F. Reed.
Vice President-To be filled.
Assistant Secretary-F. H. Shaw.
Executive Committee-C. F. Reed, W. F.
Furay, Joe Whitworth.
The Purchase Made by W. A. Clark, Esq.
Clifton, Arizona, Clarion.
Great excitement was caused to-day on
receipt of a telegram by Murphy Bros.,
brokers in mining property, 'containing the
intelligence that the United Verde Copper
Company's mines, and mines at Jerome, 30
miles northeast of here, were sold to Mr.
Clark, of Butte, Montana. The telegram
does not state the price paid, but it is esti
mated at from $2,000,000 to 84,000,000, as the
former owners held the works at $3,500,000
before the recent rise in copper. The prop
erty has been idle for some time, owing to
the excessively high rates prevalent on both
the coke and the shipment of bullion. It is
said that at present the ore from the mine
yields silver of sufficient quantity to defray
all expenses necessary in mining and treating
the ore. This is certainly one of the richest
copper mines in the world, as experts state
that a mountain of copper is tapped by the
mine. Mr. Clark will at once proceed to
improve his property and demonstrate the
feasibility of mining in Arizona.
A Fact To Be Remembered.
"The Bard of Avon" asked: "What's in a
name?" and left no room in his answer to
doubt the skepticism which prompted the
question. The Rose, with the reputation it
has acquired, could not easily be deprived
of its name, a fact which applies to other
things as well. The Dunlap Hat, for in
stance, its position achieved and maintained
through years of expeaience, painstaking
labor and honesty of purpose, to be accept
able to the public, must not be called by any
other name, an exhibit in each of the well
known trade mark being an evidence of its
genuineness and an indication of the wear
er's good taste. 976 2t
WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND?
7_Your stomach, otcourse. Why ? Because
if it is out of order you are one of the most
miserable creatures living. Give it a fair,
honorable chance, and see if it is not the
best friend you have in the end. Don't
smoke in the morning. Don't drink in the
morning. If you must smoke and drink,wait
until your stomach is through with breakfast.
You can drink more and smoke more in the
evening, and it will tell on you less. If your
food ferments and does not digest right; if
you are troubled with heartburn, dizziness
of the head, coming up of the food after eat
ing, biliousness, indigestion, or any other
trouble of the stomach, you had best use
Green's August Flower, as no person can
use it without immediate relief. [9611yeow
COLLEGE OF MONTANA.
Items and Incidents of Interest.
Mrs. Thos. McArthur, of Butte, paid her
son Robert a visit at the College this week.
She was accompanied by Miss Rills Layton,
so well known as an efficient teacher in the
Butte High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Pardee, of Philipsburg, are
paying their son Joe a visit at the College.
Miss Linnie Batterton, who has been ill
the past week, has returned to school.
Easter vacation commences on Wednesday
next, lasting one week.
Mr. W. H.. Morgan, merchant, Salt Lake
City, Fla.. was taken with a severe Cold, at
tended with a distressing Cough and running
into Consumption in its first stages. He
tried many so-called popular cough remedies
and steadily grew worse. Was reduced in
flesh, had difficulty in breathing and was un
able to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption and found im
mediate relief, and after using about a half
dozen bottles found himself well and has
had no return of the disease. No other rem
edy can show so grand a record of cures as
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption.
Guaranteed to do just what is claimed for it.
Trial bottle free at Deer Lodge Drug Co.'s
Drug Store. 958.
N. BENNETT, President. W. BENNETT, Vice Pres't & Manager. THOS. MORGAN, Sec'y and Treas'r.
BENNETT BROS. COMPANY,
--JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN
Farm Imipee'lnts, Waons and Carriages1
Montana Agents for the Following Celebrated Manufacturers:
Stulaeker Bros.' Farn and Siring Wagos, Miller Bugies and CarrianEf, Ullrn nd Studle. er Carriage ndat Buale
Esterley Binders, Crown Mowers, Hollingsworth Rakes, Hay Loaders, Saw Mills and Engines, Seeders and Drills,
Leffell Water Wheels, Dedrick Hay Presses, Steel and Chilled Sulky and Walking Plows. Also a
FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESS.
From the Cheapest to Hill & Co's Concord-in Team, Single and Double Buggy.
Barb Wire, Baling Ties, Fan Mills, Carden Hose and Lawn Sprinklers.
In fact a Most Complete Line of all Goods Pertaining to our Business will be found in our Warehouses.
AND WE GUARANTEE BETTER GOODS AT LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN MONTANA. CALL I_
971 and see us, whether you wish to purchase or not.
White Sulphur Springs and Great Falls
will vote on incorporating those towns on
Attorney J. H. Shober, attbnding court at
Boulder, was robbed of a watch, chain and
$100 last week.
Judge McConnell held court at Missoula
last week only two days, and adjourned the
same until the 3d Monday in June.
The Butte City Council has condemned
the water supplied to the city by the Silver
Bow Water Co., and invited proposals for
a new supply.
There is talk of putting on the Philipsburg
and Anaconda stage line again. The uncer
tainty of connection on the Garrison and
Drummond point is the objection to the rail
The Hanks Real Estate Agency at Great
Falls sold between $40,000 and $50,000 worth
of property within 40 days. The Townsite
Company of the same place sold 15 lots for
$9,500 in half a day recently.
The committee having charge of the mat
ter of collecting testimony relative to the
lands in Silver Bow County claimed by the
Northern Pacific, forwarded to Helena on
Monday 150 affidavits of a general character,
as to the topography of the County, and pe
titiens to Congress with 300 signatures.
Dr. Holloway, the Territorial veterinarian,
was in this section on Saturday last, exam
ining into the health of live stock. We un
derstand several cases of glandered horses
were discovered, the animals promptly
killed and buried and measures taken to
prevent the spread of the disease.-Avant
Cascade seems to be a growing place, and
gives promise of becoming quite an impor
tant little town. Several new buildings are
now in course of erection, among the num
ber a large and attractive depot for the Mon
tana Central. Mr. Gdrham, the owner of
the town site, is selling lots rapidly, and ex
pects his town to have quite a boom this
season.-Great Falls Tribune.
The Fargo Argus publishes a letter from
Los Angeles, California, which says that
President Hill, of the Manitoba, is making
arrangements to enter Southern California,
and that A. A. White, who has had control
of the town sites along the Manitoba rail
road, is improving his vacation in California
making desirable contracts on lands. It is
said that from Great Falls the route will be
over the Montana Central to Helena and
Butte, and thence southwest by the Utah &
Northern to its terminus. The remainder of
the line will have to be constructed.
A Glendive special to the Helena Indepen
dent says: "The Grand Jury has indicted A.
Bickford, T. J. Chestnut and Charles Stierle
for conspiracy in defrauding the Territory
underthe'bounty law. They were arraigned
and admitted to bail in the sum of $500 each.
These frauds were committed last fall before
the bounty law was repealed, in the Lower
Yellowstone valley, and the amount secured
by these frauds aggregated about $3,000. The
cases were continued until the next term of
court to secure Important witnesses. Several
more parties are implicated in the frauds,
and County Attorney Haskell is doing his
utmost to bring them to justice.
The sale of the Fort Shaw Hound Club's
dogs at Cascade March 10th was well attend
ed, thus proving that our stockmen appre
ciate the services of hounds in ridding the
ranges of wolves and coyotes. The sale
netted the club something like $420, but it is
said that had they given their dogs away
they would still consider themselves ahead
of the game, as the benefits already received
from the introduction of this one pack have
already been of inestimable value to stock
men. The club claim that they have demon
strated to the satisfaction of range men that
their scheme of ridding the range of wolves
and coyotes, and that from now on every
stock ranch in Northern Montana will have
its pack of hounds.-Sun River Sun.
Another Fire In Missoula.
Wagner & Pelikan's brewery, corner of
Higgias Avenue and Front Street, and its
attachments were destroyed by fire Monday
night; loss estimated $5,000, covered by in
surance. The origin of the fire is unknown.
It was first discovered in the malt kiln or in
the fine above. The ice house roof was
burned, and the steam from the melting ice
and the damp sawdust retarded the spread of
the fire to the saloon and shops on Front
Street. Missoula seems destined to frequent
and disastrous visitations of the fire fiend.
Killed on the Northern Pacifie.
Ed Monroe, the freight conductor who fell
from his train as it was approaching the sta
tion at Gold Creek a week ago Wednesday,
died from the injuries he received, at the
Northern Pacific Hospital in Missoula last
Saturday. He was about 29 years of age and
Mike Carroll, a section hand, was run over
and killed at Bearmouth last Saturday night
by a special freight train. Both legs and one
arm were eevered from his body.
A Bad Break.
New York SAuu.
He stole softly up stairs, and in the dim
light began to rock the cradle and croon.
"What's the matter, John?" asked his wife,
"The baby wash nes'ling, dear," repllied
John, "an' I (hic) got up t' quiet him."
"You had better come to bed, John; the
baby is in here with me."
MAHOY-Near Gold Creek Station, March
4th, of malignant diphtheria, Clara E.;
and March 11th John H., children o
Dennis and Clara Mabony.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaran
teed to Cure you. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug
SHILCH'S VITALIZER as what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness, and
al !symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75
cents per bottle. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quicklty
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For
sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. 898
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale
by Deer Lodge Drug Co. 898
For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For sale by
Deer Lodge Drug Co. 898
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that
terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for
you. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. 89
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is
sold by us on a guarantee. It cures Consump
tion. For sale by Deer Lodge Drug Co. 8t8
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath
secured, by Shiloi's Catarrh Remedy Price 60
cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by Deer
Notice of Election.
The annual meeting of School District No.
1, Deer Lodge county, for the election of one
Trustee, will be held on SATURDAY, APRIL
7, 1888, at Ihe District School House. The
polls will be open between the hours of 2 and
6 o'clock p. m.
J. E. VAN GUNDY,
776 2t Trustees.
Notice of Election.
The annual meeting of School District No.
2, in Deer Lodge county, for the election of
one Clerk and one Trustee, will be held on
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888, at the District
School House, Race Track. The polls will
be open between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock
NEILS J. BECK,
Dated March 19, 1888. Trustees.
OFFICE OF MOUNTAIN LION MINING CO.,
Deer Lodge, Mont., March 12, 1888.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
the stockholders of the Mountain Lion Min
ing Company, will be held at the office of the
Secretary of said Company, at Deer Lodge,
Montana, Saturday, March 24, 1888, at 7.30
o'clock p. m., for the transaction of such bus
iness as may come before the meeting.
JAMES H. MILLS, President.
JAMES B. MCMASTER, Sec'y. 975 2t
The co-partnership heretofore existing between
John T. Murphy and W. W. Higgins, under the Arm
names of John T. Murphy & Cs., at Helena, M. T.,
and Murphy, Higgins & Co., at Deer Lodge, M. T., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued at Helena, M. T.,
by John T. Murphy, under same firm name as hereto
fore, to whom all debts now due the firm of John T.
Murphy & Co., are to be paid, and who will pay all
the liabilities of said firm.
William W. Higgins will continue the business at
Deer Lodge, M. T., under the Arm name of W. W.
Higgins, to whom all debts now due the firm of Mur
phy, Higgins & Co., are payable, and who will pay all
the liabilities of the firm of Murphy. Higgins & Co.
JOHN T. MURPHY.
W. W. HIGGINS.
Deer Lodge, Mont., March 7,1888. 974 4t
FINE MILLINERY GOODS!
Waterbury Building, First Street, near Main.
I HAVE IN STOCK, AND AM CONTINUALLY
receiving by Express, the Latest and Finest Styles
of Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings, Flowers, Ornaments,
etc , at
Prices to Suit all Purses.
I will keep in stock Goods to suit the most fastidious
tastes, and respectfully invite all the ladies of Ana
conda and vicinity to call and examine. No trouble
to show Goods. Come and look over stock and prices
anyhow. I want your patronage it I can deserve it
by quality, style and prices. Respectfully,
974 tf MRS. M. E. DAKIN.
S. R. ANDRUS,
HOs10180 ald Si Paltling,
Main St., Deer Lodge, M. T.
First-class Calsomining and Tiltinu Done.
fin Paper ranging anl Decoating a Spcialty
MPLeave Orders at Deer Lodge Drug Co's Store, or
at Shop, ju-t opposite. 974 tf
NORTHIERIN GROWN SEEDS
N1oBTRIP, BASLAT a OODWIN CO,,
SEED GRO WERS,
OF MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Selected Stocks Especially Adapted
for the Northwest,
Deer Lodge Drug Co.,
DEER LODGE, MONTANA.
DEER LODGE, MONT.,
Keep the Best Brands
WTrIIB liO CAOIli I
Tinware, Queenswaro, Glassware
Iron and Steel,
Caipeiter alFarers' Tools,
Iron Pipe Made to Order,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
NAILS, WAGON MATERIAL, ETC.
HENRY HARRIS, Proprietor.
Johnny Cerber's Old Stand,
DEER LODGE) MQNTANA.
I have opened the shbove SALOON AND BIL
LIARD ROOM, stocked the bar with the best Liquors
and Cigars, and solicit a share of the public patron
age. 908 tf
Having recently purchased the City Hotel property,
and refitted and re-furnished the same, the public will
find t a
Pleasant and Home-like Place to Stop.
Single Meals, 0c. Per Day $1.50.
Board and Lodging, per week, $89.
MRS. AMELIA CURN.
Deer Lodge. February 10. 198. 970 tf
We D4en the Clmpsign Year 188
WITH THE MOST COMPLETE
SU SL IN UNDERWEAR
Ever Known Hereabouts.
-TBH LOT CONSISTS OF-
Large White Aprons,
Hamburg Flounce Drawers,
Trimmed Night Robes,
-AT PRICES FROM
19 CENTS EACH TO 69 CENTS.
These Goods are positively as advertised,
and are a Bargain. They ARE SELLING
PAST NOW, and will GO QUICK.
OUR SPRING STOCK OF
Dry oods, Notions, Carpts, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SROES,
AND MEN'S PURNISHING GOODS,
Are all now in and on sale.
The handsomest lot we ever opened; and
our trade is immense, which is quite an en
couragement, and makes us feel justified in
offering Good Bargains.
OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES
Is Larger and Better Than Ever.
And to Dealers, or in Large Quantities. We guaran
tee to meet Helena or Butte prices. Try us and see.
. KllINSOHMIDT & CO., L'd,
DEER LODGE, MONT.
In the District Court of the Second Judicial District
of the Territory of Montana, in and for the county
of Deer Lodge.
David Simmons, Plaintiff,
Johanna Simmons, Defendant.
The people of the Territory of Montana send
greeting to Johanna Simmons.
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in
the District Court of the Second Judicial District of
the Territory of Montana, in and for the county of
Deer Lodge, and to answer the complaint filed therein
within ten days [exclusive of the day of service]
after the service on you of this summons, if served
in this county; but if served out of this county
in this District, twenty days; otherwise forty days;
or judgment by default will be taken against you,
according to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this
court to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing
between yourself and plaintiff, and that the custody
of Anna Laurie Simmons, the issue of said marriace,
be awarded to plaintiff. and for such other and fur
ther relief as to the court may seem just. This ac
tion is based on the ground of the willful desertion
and abandonment of plaintiff by you on or about the
23d of January, 1887, without the consent of plaintiff,
as will more fully appear by reference to the com
plaint on file herein.
And you are hereby notified that, if you fail to ap
pear and answer said complaint, as above required
the said plaintiff will take a default against you and
apply to the court for the relief demanded in said
Given under my hand and Seal of the District Court,
S'..---. in and for the county of Deer Lodge, Terri
SEAL.. tory Of Montana, this 15th day of March,
-h "in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eiehty-eight.
F. E. CORBETT, Clerk.
975 4t BY W. NAPTON, Deputy Clerk.
D. M. Darfee, Plaintiffs Attorney,
Desert Land, Final Proof--No
tice for Publication.
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Helena, M. T., March 9, 1888.
Notice is hereby given that
CHARLES P. H. BIELENBERG,
Of Deer Lodge, Deer Lodge county, Montana,
has filed notice of intention to make proof on
his desert land claim No. 1182, for the whole of
Sec. 24, Twp. 8 N, R. 10 W.,beforethe Probate
Judge of Deer Lodge county, Mont.,at Deer
L6qe;Mole, On MofndaY. tlbe23d~da odyfAprit
He names the following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of said
land: James B. Wills, Albert Neitz, Samuel MaI
turin, Frank B. Deane, all of Deer Lodge, Deer
Lodge county, M. T.
975 ft S. W. LANGHORNE, Register.
O. B. O'Bannon, Att'y for Claimant.
E. H. IRVINE & SON,
feal IZtate, Mining
AND COLLECTION AGENCY,
East Cranite St, BUTTE, M.T.
We solicit the business of any who desire to buy or
sellimproved or unimproved ranches; citv property
either in Butte or Deer Lodge; or who may have
notes and accounts for collection. Our extensive ac
qsaintance throughout Deer Lodge and Silver Bow
counties giaves us a superior advantage in our line of
We refer by permission to Clark & Larabie, Deer
Lodge, M.T. 960
• EVENING STAR :
H RIS!TAURANT! !
JOHN MUNKER, - Proprietor.
In Rear of Van Oundy & Miller's Union Block.
Board by the Week, Day or Meal.
WA"Will serve first-class Meakls at all Hours of the
Day or Night.
GIv.E E A CALL,. (973] JOHN MUNKEIR.
Came to myranch, near 8tualt, one
large brindle cow, branded on left hip,
left horn off, and left ear about half off.
The owner will please come and prove
the same, pay charges and take her away.
W. A. BENSLEY.
Stuanrt Mont., Feb. 5, 189. 971 tf.
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