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THEINDEPENDENT
ttelena, Mont., Jan. 1,
evu*a^^ ^^^^* Momnui^ IicirT Mop da t.
INUiriNUBNTFOB. CO.. Pt'BLISHKHW.
thepant, people may be pardoned if they^lanpeft that the race question ha* been^rained by Prof. Sullivan in order that he^may uot have tit- laurels taken by the^coffee-rolored geiillfnian from Australia^or the pet of the California Athletic club.
0blu*ationorm a.
BROADWAY
TKHMSor SUBSCRIPTION
litHah*Tthaw, *j cvrtor.s^r month|1 ^
qjHiiiper jmt
JoTrain*, t n#witx^y^ Md nm aUad*^Wiwkljr. iH^r y^^r
orrwiALpaper or Montana and
LEWISand clarke county.
ThaINOEPENDEN r hai ft larger dally circula^^tion th*n any ndwepaper balwaan 8t Paul and^Portland and a lorgor circulation than any^3tb^r two dolly papora publtahod In Montana^u hoa no proaa room aacrota; Ita auhacrlpdon^aoofcaara opan to inapactlon, and It la olwaya^-oodv to prove thai Ita circulation la aa ropro-^^an tad
Enter.,]at the Poetoflted at Molano ai aocond-^^t*^a matter
NOPAPER TO-MORROW.^No paper will iasue from thin office to^^morrow.
Thinannouncement calls for an ex^^planation.
5ewYear's day, unlike rhrNtman,^Thanksgiving, ard the Kourth of July,^Ih what might be termed a new^ proiluc-^lng djy. Indeed, with the facilities for^the collection of news that are poHHeHHed^by the iNDEPKNIiKNT, a paper might be^advautagejuNly indued even the day*, fol-^lowiugtheanniverHarieN excepted above.^Three general holidays have come with^^in live w-rk-. and it was the lnteutlou^of the 11 HI 111! II't to break, to^^morrow, the rule which has prevailed^hitherto of suspending publication on^the day after New Year*- and hM a^paper as uaual. Hut in the I arly days of^of the Helena Typographical union, as^In the Infancy of unions elwwuer*,^when coinponitors were scarce, a rule*^was adopted that work on Hunilayn and^legal holidays should call for double pay.^Klsewhere the rule has been rescinded^in deference to the wishes of the public^and because there la now no scarcity of^prlutern anywhere. The effect of the re^^peal of the double-price rule has been^that daily papers In towni of equal lw^port ince with Helena are printed every^day except Mouday, and in Nome caseH^even on that day. Bat unfortunately^the Helena Typographical union has not^kept pace with the nines. The Inuk^pendent compositors are the only ones^who would be affected by the repeal of^the rule, and to a man they are^favorable to such repeal. The^Indkpendent !^ the only news^paper iu the city that would^avail lttelf of the repeal to issue the^morning after a holiday, but In spit^of these facts, and iu spite of the fact^that those compositors who would not^care to work would be permitted to en^gage subntitute*, of whom there are an^abundance, the Helena Typographical^union, dominated by printers not^directly couterued and by tramps and^buuimeri, has refused to r*roke the^double-price rule.
Theprinciple of double price for holi^^day work is utterly altsurd aud unten^able. The very tramps who voted^against the repeal would protest^v.'h ^m.Mtly should the men behind the^bars, where they upend the most of their^earning*, exact ^double price for holi^^days.'* A grocer, a milkman, a domestic^who exacted an extra price for goodn^eold or Herv*ceM rendered on a holiday^would have M opportunity to ask it^twice of tin' name liouneholder. lint^compositors or some of them regard^tilt-nine|ve* as a privileged class and at^once wrung the employer and his sub-^Mrtbtti by setting tip a rule that is^virion* in ita conception and dishonest^iu Its workings, aud that only operates^to deprive men of one day's pay, which^most of them can ill afford to lose.
1M,
AQUESTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS^The civil rights amendment to the^coustitutiou has been assailed. The^attacks comes, not from the south, but^from Fi^Mton, the home of Wendell^Phillips, the stronghold In the day* of^auti-slavery agitation of the abolition^^ists. Had the capstone of Hunker Hill^monument fallen from its place the^painful surprise would not have been^greater than enscee upon the declaration^of Prof. John Lawreuce Sullivan that he^canuot meet Prof. Jackson, late of^Australia, upon terms of equality In the^twenty-four foot ring; aud uot ouly^that, but he will decline to permit the^light of his countenance to shine or the^weight of his mighty left duke to fall^upou any one who has so far forgotten^the digulty due a gentleman and a^slugger as to put up his bauds in a trial^of dexterity iu giving and of endurance^in taking with the gentleman from the^Antipodes, who, though a son of Ham.^has shown himself to be wonderfully^well equipped for argument In the^school of logic la which Prof. Sullivan^has hitherto been supposed to stand^supreme. It might be injudicious to^suggest that the length of reach pos^^sessed by the Australian, his agility, bis^science, his racial hardness of scouce,^his indifference to attacks that might^mar the symmetry of a Caucasian nose,^have something to do with the decision of^Prof. Sullivan to not countenance the^aspirations of this particular represent^atlve of the colored race to a social^equality with the cultured professionals^of the occidental world. To advauce^the theory that what befell another ex^^positor of the tittle art, McAuliffe by^name, who debated the question of race^superiority with Prof. Jacksou at San^Francisco Friday night, has influenced^Prof. Sullivan to take the Htaud he has^assumed, would be to admit that he has^pre-emiueut qualities for membership in^the noble aud Illustrious Order of Wind^^jammers, which certain envious rivals In^the Ustic philosophy have Utrlbuted to^blm for the last six or eight years, or^*ver sines Paddy Ryan's truss won a^world-wide fame at New Orleans. The^truth may never be known. It may be^approximated, however, when it tran^^spires whether or no Prof. Sullivan^really iuteuds to meet Prof. Kilraln and^discuss the question at lseue between^them according to the Loudon P. K.^rules. At preseut, aud la the light of
THEPAS r YEAR.^The old year is dead; a new year,^Is born.
Theyear that expired with the strik^^ing of the midnight hour has been a sad^one in many parts of this country.^Karly in July the yellow fever obtained^a foothold in Florida, and before it was^subdued by the arrival of frost it had^scored something like 5,000 victims,^most of them residents of Jack^sonville. Iiecatur, Ala., also was^visited by the plague. There^have been, a* usual, disastroas floods,^fires aud tornadoes In different parts of^the country the ever memorable bliz^^zard In I'akota, Nebraeka, and Kansas,^in which many live * were lost and^much suffering endured, and that at^New York, where business was complete^^ly embargoed for several days, perhaps^constituting the most remarkatile. A tor^^nado at Mount Vernon, 111., rehulted in^the death of thirty-nine individuals and^the destruction of much property, while^other wind storms later in the year did^much damage. There weie (Ires In^cities and towns and iu the wo^s1s, of^which the greatest was at Buffalo,^caused by the explosioa of natural gas^and where the jo- was about $1,3J0,(M).
Abroadthe record is daik. Floods iu^Mexico during July drowned perhaps^2,^mm people, while in China !^,'^^^^ lives^were lost by an earthquake iu the Tuu-^neu district. In Japan island over per^^ished by a volcano and iu the Phillip^pine islands rOOwere killed by u sum^liar eruption. Mine disasters were of^the usually frequent iMVfJMa The^greatest was in Africa, where 1,000 men^were entombed. At the W lckes tunnel, on^the Montana Central railway, a cave-iu^killed eight or nine laborers.
leath found some shining marks la^t^year on tsith hemispheres. Two em^^perors, father and son, were taken from^(ierinany.lhe aged William dying March^I aud Frederick III. June 15. Seyyed^itarghasb, sultan of Zanzibar, and ex^President Salomon, of Maytl. also died.^In this country the foremost among pub^He men who fell were (ien. P. II. Sheri^^dan, Koscoe Conk ling, Chief Justice^Mormon K YYuite, ex-Attorney-iieiieral^H. H. Brewster, ex BOf^ John T. Hoffman,^den,Q, A. Ulllmore and C. (i. Memmiu^ger, secretary of the treasury^la the so-ealled confederate gov^^ernment. Literature and art lost Prof.^Hlci.ard A. Procter, D. H. Stro^thei Porte i'rayon Matthew Arnold, K.^P. Bit, A. Brouson Alcott and Louise M.^Alcolt 'father and daughter, who died^within a few days of each others, F. ^).^C. barley, Mary Howttt, the widow of^Harry Cornwall, and Kohert Morris, ^the^p^H^t laureate of Free Masonry.^ The^I- pi -copal church of VYJscouhIu lost two^bishops John Henry llohart Brown, of^the dhs'ese of Fond du Lac, and Bishop^Welles, of Milwaukee diocese. The^Catholic Archbishops I .amy. of New^Mexico, and Lynch, of Toronto, died^during IMA James Freeman Clarke,^equally distinguished as a Unitarian^preacher aud a (iterator, also Is dead. Of^journalists who have crossed over the^dark river may be mentioned A. S. Abell,^of Baltimore; ex-Lieut, linv. Uorshelmer,^of New York; H. M. Pulsifer, of BoHtou,^and U. R. Locke ( Petroleum V. Nasby).^Among others who died during the year^were W. W. Corcoran, the Washington^philanthropist; Commodore Kittson, of^St. Paul; Charles Crocker, of the Central^Pacific railway; Qaarga II. Corliss, the^inventor of the OortaN MCUttJ Br. Cor^nelius Aguew, of Philadelphia, and Mrs.^C. 8. Lozler, the pioneer of women^physicians.
Theyear has been marked by some^memorable Uboi disturbances, notable^among which were the strike of the^engineers ami hreiuen on the ChlMfO,^Burlington A putney railway ny-teni;^that of ths Amalgamated Association of^Iron and Steel Workers, which took out^KjOOO men and lasted eighteen da\s, re^^sulting In a victory for the associationj^the Indlaiiapolisand Denver switchmen's^strikes, aud the strike of street car^drivers in Chicago, which resulted in^some serious rioting and the defeat of^the men, many of whom hist their situa^^tions. The strikes were, as a rule,^equally damaging to employers and^employes.
Marsh,by a coarse adventuress known aa
Auu(Kiella Lisa Debar, claiming to be^the wife of a Gen. Diss Debar and a^daughter of the notorious Lola Moutez^by the king of Havarta, aud who pre^^tended to possess supernatural gift*, by^which she was enabled to paint portrait*^of persons deceased and living In an^Incredibly short space of time aud iu the^presence (except for a screen) of the per-^sou for whom It was intended- Mr.^Marsh was a thorough believer in the^iinpostreflH, and paid her for scores of^daubs that were manufactured lna gar^^ret by ^tf.-n ^ Diss Debar and palmed^off as portraits by the glib dame, his al^^leged wife. At laat, in order to save him^from financial ruin, the relatives of Mr.^Marsh sought aud obtained the appoint^^ment of a conservator over him and in^stltutod criminal proceedlugs against^the DUh Debars, which resulted In their^condemnation to prison. At the lame^time the children of Madam Diss Debar^were given iu charge of the New York^Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to^Children. The terms of imprisonment^of the Diss Debars having expired, the^mailame weut Into court la-t week to^claim the custody of her children. Her^attorney was her dupe, Luther It. \Lu^who took occasion In the course of his^argument to reatlinu his belief Li the^genuineness of Mad .tu Diss Debar't al^^leged spirit pictures, thus giving one^more evidence of the truth of Moore's^poetic declaration!!! the ^Veiled Prophet^^that
^fanatic faith, once wedded fast
Tosome dear idol, b^ig^ it to the laat.
Th^ imposture, was ho palpable, the^character of the manipulators was so^had, that the moet credulous and the^Uajt familiar with the tricks of that^clans of people would have been Inex^^cusable for falling into the trap; but Mr.^Marsh is a lawyer of more than ordinary^ability, presumably trained In the detec-^tieu of cheats, and yet he became not^only an easy prey, but a willing oue.^The case illustrates forcibly ths ease^jvlth which claims to the supernatural^will overcome the minds of men lin-^pervlnus to deceit under other forms.
tMtHMPeWeWI issues no ^holiday^number^ coniptsted of back number cuts^and stale reading matter, but It preseats^to-day some Interesting facts about the^growth of Helena in the last year, be^^sides an exhibit of the banking business^done In the city, vital statistics, and^many other things of Interest- The^lNHKl*KNbKNT of Sunday contained a^comprehensive review of real estate and^building operations for the year l(*^8, In^advance of any of Its contemporaries.^The lM^r.pKM^KNT is uot a oue-iasue,^spasnKslic journal, but au every-day-ln-^tbeyear newttpsper. Begin the new^year aright by subscribing for the lead^^ing dally of the new northwest.
STJACffiOIl
REMedyAIKI
XI*CONQUERS PAIN.
R*H*Teaand curat
RHEUMATISM,
NKUKATuGIA,
Sciatica,Lumbago.
HEADACHE,
Tocthacha,Sprains,
Hit!INKS,
Burnsand Scald*-
AtI^rtigiflafa and f^^al^ra.^TMI charles a. V0QCLES CO.. ^a't^mora. U4.
mo.iaae.
FirstNational Bank
OFHELENA.
HODGSON
ARCHITECT,
PioneerNational^OF MONTANA.
Bank
ORGANIZEDIN 1866
DHsirtateKl Depository of ihe^Uniu*d State*.
Paid-DpOapltal^Burplus and Profits
$600,000400,000
8.T. HaThkbPresident
A.J. DavisVice-President
K.W. Knh.htCashier
T.U. KmcinhchmidtAss't Cashier
Geo.H. HillHeoond Aea't Cashier
boardos oiRCoroaa.
8.T. Hatwer, John C. Curtln,^A. M. HoltertIt 8. Hamilton,
GranvilleStuart, C. P. Higglna,^K W. Knight, A. J. Davis,^H. Kleinschmldt, Henry M. !'archen,^T. C. Power.
GeneralBANKING Buhuihjb
Iranaartnd |W~l^iAr*^t paid ^m Mm* daitoatla.
(inkmore reason why haHte should be^m tde In the admission of Montana U^^the l uiou la that Hen. Harrison may^h i^e the privilege of drawing upon this^future great state for a member of his^cabinet. And Iu this connection the^Indepknuknt respectfully suggents for^secretary of war (ien. Charles H. Warren,^^Hrst In war, tlrst lu peace, and nrnt In^the hearts of west side republicans.
THEMARKETS.
STOCKS.Maw York. I^*\ Mar sliver. W\.^t lajgfMf Meal) Ifckt* and January, $17 40.
i.-vinun hut firm aasaealta,H-iaH.
Thlawan In all proliattllUy to* dulittat full day^of iUm jfH^r. ami mAf la tin* flrat h ^ur and attain^In thf laat hour ^aa tht*rn anything Ilk* anima^^tion aaoWB In the market- At the ^aiio^ Uiu* tha^|MMtalBSlftaf In a h*lt^r Urn* roinlinr, after th*^rlr^t ^^f Hit'naw y^*ar Ivd to |una bo^ 1 n|{ and tha^t ays#4 aasUasa was Irai aimoat turo if^nut ih*
rtafTh* BMtaat tSMti Srru, th 'iuh dull at^ftacUosal sSvf oas f^r tut* day. ioi^arnruenta^ilnil h J ^t**ady to t, n
ea4n4aSi . \^- Mrors at \ ahovn Haturday'a^rlima and ^ low*d linn at S.'1
Uotwasaantrrursii. Is. Ult 4Ma, luK, North'^wrn I'arISc, ~ ^ V , ijr^^r^*rn*d, ^o% ; tir^nn lm-^pff^Va)Bicm,: 1 \ (trvvon Navigation, W\ , Trana^^ ^ntlio^ntal, ii *; rninnl'acinc, ^-\'%
afoM]m tail vtrlntc'nt, rantflnK fr in r^lO,^I loalBg at 10 (.Id PrlSM H'*-r^ ai tit*- - *\ ^^^, ^mfc*. \^^iarlUir hm t.Mit'^ dull at m-S4for elity-4ay r^iUa,^iM $1 Mt| lor d^maiul
n-.-.i
MVSSTOl^a.
thi^ **e^, oVr. SI i atU#^ itoreH'ta,^atas4] hlamt, ft I^, atorkwrp and^^TH, $'i^^U.H'' l^*^H- cattle, %-ivn^ no
itotr.Kacwlpia, 11.800; airawgar: 5lo vh htvh
^r riimeil,It), heavy, $.Mi.'^I'..:S, ll^ht,
t,Httl IV
SaaauR^ ^ li 4,909; natlvaa. |H.tBn^-4 TO^w.aiern, |lT^iana, %i UK^WK
tlllt'AWo rWH^UrB
GUITEAU'SCUHSE.
Adispatch from New York printed It^Sunday's Issue reported that Dr. Mc^^Donald, a specialint in mental diseases^and whose svideiuv in the trial of ^lul^teau helped the assaseln of 1'restdent^GarQeld on hi-t wav to the gallows, had^beet^nie insane, and slluded to the fact^as another ^niugular api^arent col net^deuce of the 'curse of (iuiteau.'^ The^coincidence is jiurely Uuagirmry. It is^no uucommon thing for men who have^made n study of Insanity to fttil vistims^to the malady themselves, especially If^they have come much lu contact with^the lusaue. aud the reason for this is nut^hard to tlnd by any one who has visited^a great himpital for luuatlcs.
Asto the Inference that others have^fallen victims to^tiulteau's curse,^ there^is as little basis, or less. Col. Corkhill,^who conducted the prosecution, is dead,^but the causes of bis death were purely^natural, and nothiug specially seiiM-^tional marked his demise. He had been^a busy man, a lawyer, a journalist aud^a politician, aud his intense activity^doubtless tended to hasten the end of hli^days. Judge Cox, who presided at the^trial, which was notable for ita length^and the luteuse strain it imposed upon^the court and his officer*. Is still living.^It would be singular, indeed, if some of^the many people^witnessess, jurymen,^lawyers, etc. connected with the trial,^conviction aud execution of ths assassin^should not die under unusual circum- ;^stances, but to In any way connect Ml^deaths with the curses of a 'renzied i^murderer Is unworthy Intelligent peo^^ple. The Almighty does not arm the^disembodied spirits of such men as^(iuiteau with thtiuderbolts to launch at^those who have been instrumental tu^bringiug them to justice In this world.
tioa*^ Wheat- W^^k^January, $l.t'IV May,
May
imi. tfto, Dae. si.
lower:caah, $1^$1 o^^V
roruKaay; caah, M, January, 34S-U, May,^87 N%
Oat* Me^w, rash, Ml May, h^$ IS.^Pork- Kaay; caah atd January, |U hft
%\^).
I.ard S*e^dy; caah, sod January, |7 BJ|
May.IT.T7Si
SPECIALNOTICES.
ayruffof Hn O'aanaaa |ha Syatam.^Syrup of Hg. la Plaaaant and fcffactlva.
uaaHvruv of *iga for wonatlpatlon
Dyspepsia
Mattertl^^ live* of many poopl* mlaenM^^ratiMtiif dlntreoa after eattag, aour atomara,^aiek lo .Kl.ii he. Iieurtburn, loas of apprtlto,^a faint, ^ all goue^ filing, \*iu\ ta^te, rooted^...tongue, and Irregularity of
DiStrOSSmo buuelH. l^^^|H-|i!tiadoee
After not 1 Wl 11 u* Hatta it
mlequlret rarcful attention,
taring anJ a renietly like flood's
BaM.i|arl!la, which acta gently, yet cCcWutly.^it tone- tlio atomarh, reguUfrs the diges^^tion, creates a good S|^- Alok^petite, hanlshes headache,Jj u
.iteivfjaawiaM the unmi. Hoadacho
I have been truiihtcd with dynpepala, i^had but llltlo appetite, and what 1 did eat^Moirt- naweaeed me, or did me
KIUtl* 8,mmI' Aflrr eatin* 1
DUrn w..uld aavt a faint or tired.
all-gntiHfeeling, aa though 1 had not eaten
anything. My trouble waa aggrmvated by
Aiybu^tne^8, painting. Laat
apnng1 took flood's 8or- - WU
saparllla,wbl. h did m an Stomach
hniiicnneamount of gmnl. It gave me an
appetite,and my food rellKhed and aatlafled
thecraving 1 had previously experteuced.**
(SuiKia .\ r ^ . , Watertowu, Maaa.
Hood'sSarsaparilla
Soldhj all dnuifUiU. f I; tlx for $*^. Prepared only^^y 0 I Uoon A CO., Aputhecartae, Lowall, m*j
lOODoses One Dollar
MERCHANTSNational Bank
-OF
HELENA.
Paidin Capital - - $150,001^Surplut and Profit* - 100.00C
LH. HERSHFiFlD, P'es't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
*GiHDOf
tuomahckuaa,^a. a. uumtljy,
a.j. na viiMtoM,^b H n s unit ki ai.i^,
own:whs^m aAMoa,^w. o. MituoLaa,^soaaa MOHRia,^a uaKsHPiaui
wh buonalu
CollectionsReceive^Attention.
Prompt
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui^Hon, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit*^Left for a Specified Time.
*\General Banking Business^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Prlncl^pal Cities of Europe.
301Drake Block,
St.Paul. Minn.
Ihave carrind out the very best work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to me in the shortest time and give^ottMtl the benefit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference in time.^A competent superintendent always at hand
FERGUSON^ JOHNSON'S
BBTWKBN
MURRAY AND THOMPSON FALLS.
Fine Ea^y Spring Coaches and Comfortable Sleighs
LeaveMurray and Thompson Falls Every Morning Except^Sunday at 7:80. Carries U. B. Mail and Express.
$5.00.
Officesnext door to Fashion Stables, Murray ^ Allen's^Hotel, Tohmpson Falls.
ARTHURP. CURTIN.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS
Haink' Ifaaad tha two uppr floora of tha David aon block and conaartM taa aam^ wlta oar aireaa:.^Immenaa aalaarooiua, wa dow ocQpy four antlra flmtra axtendlng throaf a tha wbola hlork fron^.1* kaon u^ Main *tr*^t, ato k^d thrmitrh wltb tiooda of wvery ijra^m^ and at i^rlcaa that d^^fy MBM^UUon. tvarr parchaaa made MTK.CTLY K* ^H CAHl! UIKErTLY FKOM k1hht UANbS ao^^ablpped in ( A K LOAUH ONuY. An examination of go^^da and cumpartaoa of prlcea aollcile4.
-Mlixslo Depax^t i p ent.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCHADISK
A.M.HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
-DIALaKHIN
montana
NATIONALBANK,
HELENA,MONTANA.
UNITKI)STAT KB DKP08IT0RY.^uapitaL)aaeo.ooo
DIRECTORS:
C.A. BhoadwatkkPrMldent
A.ft. ClahkbViCrVPTrWideilt
K.Hhahi eCanhier
S.K. AtkinsonArwUtant Catthler
C.W. Cannon Herman Gans,
S.C. AaHBV,H. K. flALKN,
K.0. Wallace.
THE
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OKiie1.KNA
IocorporatadCoder tha Lawa of Montaaa.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.niPSKI^TH^i^lHnt
T.H. CAKTKHVl^*^ hSSSi
K..). CAKTKlLSwrKary
C.L. OAllk.KK.Treasurer
Allows6 per Pent, interest on Saving^DeportltH, couipouudtMl January and July.
ColiseumTheatre.
No.19 Wood St. Helena, M.T.
lire.Jogephlne Henaley - Proprletrewi^Hilly Mack .... Manager^tteo. riaytoo8taa;e Manager
Prof.Fred Tuthill ^ Musical Director^Wm. (traham ^ - Leader of Braw
Forthe waek mm menrlng Monday erenlna;,^ill
l)t-c**rutMr
Notice to StOOkholdera
thata rti^^ttnev of the^ti.e lifl^aa Hu^e.in l'owt^r ar^\
AVICTIM OF DECEIT.^It is nearly a yetr ago that th iiowh-^paptr readerri were vutertained with the^arcouuts from New York of the beguile*^meat of h wealthy aud highly reelected^aud aged lawyer of that city, Luther K.
N^ti. e U h#^rt*hr g\^^I.^ Ui I '^ r-
LUhttngr nit ^n^ will he hald \n tha parlora of^ih^ Plavt Natl W aeak la Uterltvi f Helena, la^the count^- f l.^wte aad t'lama. Territory of^MuntaLa. raj u fiin.*adaf the tlttb dav of Kehrn^arv, A. U. 1*V. at T:td o'cloca p m.. for the m.^Maaajf ounaidrrlni ami vutlDtf ui^oa a pr ^poal^tlon t^^ kaWraaaa th^ aapHal at^^^a of the rnmpany^from the eum ^^f Af'v *n aaand dulia a t^i ireanm^ut on** b indr^^d th^^uatnd doUere All ato^ khold^era are rvqieeod to be ,jree**nt Inn or by
proxy.
EW KM'.II r^H v e ^ nits^k 11. klkinm iiamr^UKHMAN U^N\
Egfa
5 ]STew Stars 5
KngaireraentBitrairtllnary of Callfornla'a moat^Fop alar Mar,
HOLMESGROVER
Andthe I'owerfnl Emotional Actrete,
MissMay DeLome,
WhowUI pyodace the m^wt aeneaUonal drama^ever written,
THEJAMES BOYS;
oa mi
Ontila-wKings,
Witha powerful raatof charactaie,
\1KKK A PHANKS,
UKTLAWA ALTON,
BAKKKTTBROTHER*
Aada'l tbenld favnrltee retained, making In^ail a
MagnificentHoliday Bill.
M3 r h o o d ^ ^;t^m^
IIIUIIIIVVUty.iiMubMl.ac Jhavipc^tnc! in *atn rtcry knowu runady. naa J^**V^erad a^^tint ^ lvur^. which he wtU aaod MM* to li
-3*iuS5SL rMuC bm ^m bot mom*
G-eneralHardware
MiningHaciery anil Rai
Weston'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^| Hand Blowers and Forges.^Atkins Silver Steel Saws.^Lumbering Goods,^Fire Brick,^Mica Roofing,^O K Building Paper,^Iron, Steel and Wire Nails.^Also Carry the Most Complete^Assortment of Builders' Hardware
IN THE MAIKBT.
Agents
AtlasEngines and Boilers,^Howe Scales.
KnowlesSteam Pumps
INO.STEINMETZ.
MAINST.
HELENA,M. T.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
3aand 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T..
ATYOUR OWN PRICES
HARNESSAND SADDLERY
SlightlyDamage J at the Late Fire in the
KNICfHTSOF LABOR HALL
SaddleryHardware
Willbe sold In job lots at prices^Call at the old stand.
consldrablyBELOW COST.^K. of L. LWLn
A.). DAVIDSON.
CLOSINGOUT SALE
CARPETS.
Tomake room for stock to arrive 1 will sell Carpets at cost^for 30 days.
rtL.PHOW,]m SANFORD,
ThePioneer ol the Great West
COSMOPOLITANHOTEL,
HELENA,MONTANA.
schwabA zimmerman. proprietors.
TheOlrimt, Mont tollable. Leading Klret-claa) Hotel Id the Territory
Wholesale nd Bo tat I Dealer* lo
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildin
HARDWAR1
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule Slues. Hor^e Hallb,^8teel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose. Belting, Tinner's Stock, Porce and Lift Pumps.
GasPipe and Fittings. Carpenter^ 1 oy; i
o^.A,.^t. rer ih* o..^bmtm
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACOP*
Cookingand Heating Stoves.
AndW. O. Flaber'a Otnolnnatl Hotel and FAmliy
WROUGHTIRON RANGFL
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Coolers.^Ice Cream Preezers, Wood and Wlllowware, (Hate^and ttueensware, English and American Cutler^^Frenoh and American Mirrors, Plumbers Qoode It)^Supplies, House Purnisblng Goods. B^.o.
urmjbuajIt ni^ OvUj larttad Mull and hMKM U^^ LAiiUSMT ut r'w rxmvlmu m
WIOLESALi AND RETAIL STOCK OF G001^S [|
NOKTHWHST
Orator*te%m ta^ Ooi^m.^ ^o'i^ita^ m*4
JtaPfOTrULLV
CLARKE.#CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
LSTABLISHED 1877.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
MinneapolisSheepskin Tannery,
.iIDE3,SHSEPPELTS^PTOS, ^wool, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
p.heeppelts ^ furs a specialty.
Ul,lOa ^ IM Second St Nurtb.MINNEAPOLIS. MUfW.
irliijim-nt*Solicit- d
writefop ^. irctilar^.
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^fUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER,
GIANTPOWDER
^aimwn^| tot Mlnajpa, flallroM Oenlractora, md inncua bv tha ^ybli^ Ingsnavml M tm^atrons*tl, Bmtmt and Baal of all hl^h Mp(o^lvM.
A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
OBNBRALAOBNT8. HHL.HNA MONTANA.
4SMHVttiiBlN. fraalOMt.
T.L. KK'HAKUH, Vic* PrMldent
HAML I. KiLVSKMAN, ttoc'r A Uea'l Ma
MontanaSampling Wor
(INUOBPORATHD)
HELENA.
MONTANA.
OEFICEAND WORKS NtAR DEPOT.
THLFiPHONB114.
0r* of All Kln^l aamplAal and ttatltfAttlnn Ou^rmnla^u^^*ontan^ fimmpWng Works.
P.O. BOX 800
9m^fertlaultrt addraaa Mai
INTERNATIONALHOTEL.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Lariat Leading Hotel. Hats the very B^*at Accom^^modations in the city. Kates K^duced; $2 poi day an4^upwards, according to location of rooms.
TBHsleoa S H5 and 9r Co.
FLIMHtRS,GAS
MANUFACTUKKRSUK
AM)STEAM FITTERS.
HEATINGAPPARATUS.
STEAM
J Ob Hit KM IN
MineMi l Mill Sji^i^Um, Iroo I'M^* and ^ .pm,- UraM Uoodit, Plamrier^', Uaa And HteAm Fltatn
bappUdd.
703* Haw St.------ Nefrnm
HARMON1A HALL AND bALOUN
Broadway,Next to Independent Office.
FRANKKENCK, - PROPRIETOR
TheMoat Popular Beer Reflort in the
Otty.
HELENA
tud
Rouehand
LUMBERCO.
Lumber
irttoV. h Ooontbd.)
Finishing
paotoettwoek,
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corres^^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
ELECTRICALSUPPLIES.
Gas Lighting, Hurglai* Alarms Door Rolls, An
nuiiciatoi*HKtx\
S*ethem 1q operation. Model making ami repairing of Sewing Machine** and^^Mil machinery a specialty. DENTAL OOOUS IN STOuK.
WithO. t. MOKKILL. Iirwl Blork, l'l^^n^ P^r.
J.IT. GIBSON
S.BAENBTT,
DKALKR IN
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Wan*hous**opposite Northnru Pacific Kailroad depot, Hflnoa
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
I18L Xj Ba/LZij
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.

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