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THE NEIHART HERALD.
VOL. 2. NO. 9. NEIHART, MEAGHER COUNTY, MONT., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENT Wm.Mueller, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCÂNDISE. A FULL LINE OF MINERS' SUPPL -o CONSTANTLY ON IIANI). Groceries and Hardware. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Drv Goods and Underwear. Agent for Giant Powder Company. NEIHART, Druiner»; DEALERS IN— Hardware and Mining Supplies. Tin Shop in Connection. AGENTS FOR SAFETY NITRO POWDER COMPANY. NEIHART Montana. Henry Wilson, Livery and Feed Stable. Good Turn-outs to^the Mines. JJ®" Transient Stock Well Cared for at Reasonable Prices. Stable Cen trally Located. Hacks to and From Monarch Trains. NEIHART, Charles Crawford, General Blacksmith. All Kinds of Repairing in Iron and Wood Promptly Executed. KT elliart, Mont "W holesale and Retail Dealer in Wines, Liquors Fine Fruits, Candies, Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccos always on hand. Dorp. T~ KRIS*T? HOTIIT* î'"ï ih akt, mori a\ a . MON 1'. j j j I ! ! j j ! I Montana. TABLE TALK. Horrible talo, ! Returned the waiter bye and bye,, Custard, lemon, apple, pumpkin, j Quoth the waiter "What is yours, sir?" Said the guest, "I'll try a pie." Peach or mince, sir, will you try?" Guest facetious,—"Give me currant, Alternating currant pic." Vanished waiter turricdlyc. Soon returned he with the currant— Alternating currant pie. First a currant, then a flyi 'Neatli the crust alternate lie. Perished waiter horriblye. —Life. Thn Poetic Household. Pass the butter, gentle Mabel, Shove it lightly through the air; In the corner of the dish, love, You will find a nut-brown hair. Lovingly I've stroked your tresses, In the happy days gone by; Now 1 strike them every mealtime In (he butter or the» pie. The New Hull road. Fhilipftburg Mail. The lonrr-talked-of railroad from Butte to Anaconda and Philipsburg seemshave at last assumed a tangible form, and is now an almost positive fact that it will be built. The engineers began the work of surveying the line in dead earnest Monday morning, and that part of the work will be completed in short order. The intentions, as well as we can learn, are to have the road com pleted as far as Philipsburg this year, which will make the 'burg a terminal point for some little time. Then it is the intention of the com pany to extend its lines across the range into the Bitter Root valley, tbei'ce north to Missoula and then to the western boundary line of the state. The new line will be of in estimable value to Flint Creek dis j trict, as it will open up one of the j best mineral sections in Montana as j well as one of the greatest timber I IV °f"\ u ' r Vi The neonle of 1' iiht Lroek district have cause to ! congratulate themselves upon the probable acquisition of the new road. Of the new road the Inter Mountain has the following to sav: Prominent citizens of Anaconda have incorporated a company for the construction of a railroad between Butte and that place, and west via Philipsburg. None of the officials of the Anaconda company figure among the projectors of the enterprise, though its chief engineer is said to have charge of the survey which be gan today. But two supposit: • 3 are tangible in regard to the propos ed line. Either the Anaconda com pany is backing the enterprise or else the Great Northern is doing so. So long as the result shall be the establishment of the needed connec tion between the smelter city and the mines which supply its furnaces, it makes little difference who is meeting the expenses of surveying and constructing. The important fact is that the work has been begun, and that it will give ample assurance, if completed, that the business of the two principal cities of Montana will not again be injured by the arbi trary exactions of other railroads in the matter of freight rates. The business interests of Butte and Ana conda involve too much money and the welfare of too many people to be ignored and depressed by a few men like Thomas F. Oakcs, who hitherto could calmly sit in their offices in New York and with a stroke of the pen throw 5,000 people out of em ployment, upset real estate values and reduce the mineral output of a great mining center like Butte. The Anaconda company has spent $40, 000,000 since it began business in this state, and it is entitled to some decent consideration at the hands of the railroad companies whose traffic and profits it has done so much to enhance. If it is denied such treat ment, its only resource is to look out for itself and establish some inde pendent communication through which its operations may bo con tinued. The effect of the building of the new line, whether it be an independent enterprise or an enten sion of the Great Northern, will be extremely beneficial. In the first place it will give employment to many of the idle men of the district; secondly it may induce the Union ! Pacific to resume charge of the Mon j tana Union and shake lose from the j Northern Pacific which has been a ! dead wctglit around its neck; thirdly I it may compel the Northern Pacific to build to Anaconda und perhaps I Garrison, or lose the bulk of its Mpn tann businsss, no part of which it ever deserved. All these things may happen as a result of the building of the new road and for that reason the people of Montana have a right to feel irood over the prospects which ^ * lt igc opcns up . 3 a a CÜIISP CONDESATIOXS. I loi led Down l'rom our LatCft r.xoliHiig* » nml Served While Hot. The Itata has not been seen. Thirteen killed by dynamite at Tarrytown, N. Y. Blaine has not yet said whether he will be a candidate. Spokane's club is cock of the base ball tests this season. Corpse found floating in the Chi cago river. Unknown. A Jap tried to kill the -heir appar ent to the throne of Russia. Drowned boy found in the harbor of Liverpool. Not identified. The Scottsdale, Pa.,' strikers have decided to hold out six weeks longer. Col. Gibson of the Third Artillery, U. S. Army has been placed on the retired list. The war department has allotted a large sum to the states for arming and equipping militias. A hail storm at Gainesville, Tex., laid waste a strip of country 50 miles wide, destioying the crops. A terrible cyclone lias passed over Missovri and Kansas, causing much destruction of life and property. Railroads have adopted a system for the rapid transportation of fruit giving it the rate of speed allowed by passenger trains. The committee on revision of the Presbyterian confession of faith at a meeting held in Detroit recommend ed some radical changes. At New Orleans, Referee Brewster decided the Bowen —Myers fight on fouls. The purse was divided equal ly and all bets declared off. The committee of fifty in their report to the mayor of New Orleans, nj'fr pjrtetv murders have been committed oy *'iie Matia. The Corbett—Jackson prize fight which took place last Thursday even ing was decided a draw afterthe 61st round. They will fight again. Forest fires still raging in Michi gan and Wisconsin. Several farms have been destroyed, thousands of homes devastated and millions worth of property have gone up in smoke. Thirty-first annual convention of the U. S. Brewers association met last week in Cleveland, Ohio, and voted $100,000 for the placing of a building and an exhibit at the World's fair. The convention of the Farmers' Alliance, and the Labor organization held in Cincinnati last week resulted in a union of the six great labor or ganizations upon one platform. They will contend for power under the name of the People's Party. The Trans-Mississippi congress, just held in Denver, has passed a series of resolutions to the congress of the United States, setting forth the vital interests of our western domain. The organization is a com mercial congress and will meet semi annually. Weekly School Keport. Roll of honor, District No. 19, Neihart, Meagher county. Emma Branson 100 Alfred Slnvina 99 Olive Stouk 99 Mollic Stouk 96 Willie Ellis 98 Ida Johnson 97 Estella Boland 97 George Lcville 97 Alex IlarriRon 85 Frank Harrison 95 Charles Johnson 95 Thomas Lnnghornc 95 Eddie Sellin it 94 Maggie Powers 94 Edna Graham 93 Nannie Graham 92 Josie Fisher 91 Intermediate department and high departments for the week ending May 22nd. Mrs. E. E. CoRiiiN", teacher. CSoiiig Abroad. The best posted steamship people estimate the number of Americans who will go to Europe this season for pleasure at 40,000. These 40, 000 will spend not less than $60,000 000 in the old country, and in addi. tion there are 50,000 Americans tem porarily residing in Europe who will spend «50,000,000 more. This 8110. 000,000 will be taken out of our cir culation, and yet there are some peo ple who say there is not euoughmon ey to do business with in the United States. Doubtless there would be more if Americans would generally stay at home and do their touring in their own beautiful land When in Great Falls call at The HOFFMAN Saloon And see the new a EDISON PHONOGRAPH JUDD CALKINS, PAPER HANGER AND CALCI MINER. All work guaranteed to be first class. Orders promptly Attended to P aper F or S ale. NEIHART, - Montana JOHN A. HOFFMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office over Bach, Cory & Co'«,) GREAT FALLS, CHAS. E. BLAIR, bAWYE^, Neihart, - Montana. W. W. PItAUL, atttorney AT LAW, N eihart, M ont. PIÎTBIt M. BAUM. ED. L. BISllOIV BAUM & BISHOP, Attorneys and Councelors at Law Office, Dunn Block, Central Avenue, G reat F alls , - - Montan; of of a a be in H. G. KLENZE, MINING, REAL ESTATE AND STOCK BROKER. Ct Falls, Mont CITY RESTAURANT miie. c. A. ALLEN, Propria^ess. (Assisted by Mrs. Chaddoek.) SINGLE MEALS 50 Ccuts. DAY BOARD $1 Per Da v. Neihart, Montana. County Surveyor. U.S. Dep. Mln. Surveyor WILLIAM E. KERN,A.M., Civil Fvi gineor, Dunn Block, Great Falls, : Montana. THE BANK SALOON MURPHY & GIFFELS, Props. And Is Strictly First-Class In All of Its Appointments. Drop in and Take a "Sniff" of the Elixir of Western Life Fine Cigars and 8-Year Old Whisky SOLD. Noilinrt Montana HOWARD E. THOMPSON, Attorney-at-Lnw. White Sulphur Springs, - Mont. J as. D onatas . M. M. L ytf.r. DONOVAN & LYTER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Sinclair's Liquor Store, Cen tral Avenue; CREAT FALLS, MONT. A.P.WEBSTER, ASSAYER & METALLURGIST, 11K1.KNA, MONTANA. Olllco Nn. IB South Main strcot, opposite Cos mopolitan lioti l. 1'. O. Box 1(117. Prompt returns mad© on all nampka sent by mail. Mine* examined and reported upon. Four year»» assayer on the Consolidated Virginia and 1'onistoek mines, Ooinstocfc lodt», NV vmi I u . Over Xww.t.? your«» ••xperi .'u»-'"'. THOMAS & CRAWFORD, 1 Real Estate and Mining Agents. Correspondence relative to Mining and Real Estate Interests Promptly Answered. NEIHART, < * • Montan« The Armin^ton Mercantile (p Armington, Montana. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in (jerLereil J^ercheirjcLise* THE STOCK IS NEW AND FRESH. PRICES REASONABLE. Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed, also Goods and Prices. (JgJ^Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful attention. McMillen & Soule Wholesale and Retail Nothing but the Very Finest of Stock Slaughtered. Beef, Pork, Muttonj Lamb, Veal, Tripo, Fish, Poultry Oysters, and all kinds of Sausage. NEIHART, - - - Montana JOHN S. COOK, Carpenter and Builder. —AND DEALER IN — Moulding, Finisli Lumber and Flooring. —ALSO A FULL LINE OF— Furniture, Bed springs, Cots, Bed ding, Pillows, Caskets and Coffins Undertaking a Specialty. NEIHART, Montana. Neihart Assay Office, B. Tatarian, Chemist and Assayer. iMeiliart, Mont. Prompt Returns made on Samples Sent By mail and Express. WM. ALBREGHT, Furniture and Carpets. [OPPOSITE THE PARK HOTEL.] GREAT FALLS, Montan« MAYER & WILSON, Real Estate Agents. Choice Lots for sale, NEIHART, MONTANA. FRISCO HOTEL, G-eOrge Roehl, Prop Strictly First-Class in Every Particular. Rooms handsomely Furnished and Well Ventilated. -FINE RAR IN CONNECTION. X KHI A RT, MiAifcbt