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Parllandand a lerger circulation than any^^lh^r two dai'* pap*'^* publtahad In Montana^n nti no pra^ roam tat rata; Its Subscription^eooki ara op^n to m^parilon. and it is alwave^'^^d^ to pro** tnat ita circulation is at rapra-^I anted
Cntaradat the PoalofTVca at Matana aa aaco..d-^class mattar.
Thereport of th** Ford ^N#iiKrt***s|r^nial^comoii-wiort oil iuiniltfrittioii remm-^men^K a^* a mnh-tirt* to check the influx^of foreign pauper*, aiiurrhlhtri and cheap^latMirnrH, the aH*cwuieiit of h tax of
tBBflli ii(H)U all iinmigrunK lo he^collected frnin tin* transportation coni-^panle-* brlnK^n^ them hither. The plan^may increase the revenue* of the gov^^ernment a few hundred thousand dollars^a year, M it will I* ineffectual an a^uir-an-of checking the Influx of objec^^tionable fi-reigner*. To x Kurop**an^municipality which tie-tire* to rid itself^of a pauj^*r or two hy -^^n hug him or her^to America, the BMll hudi of $^ a head^Will l^t* -earrely worth considering; the^anarchist* call generally contrive to pay^their own ; i**^age to a country where^they may pl^t and conspire without In^^terference, and they can aa well pity the^proposed tax; while aa for contract^laborer*, the protected infant iii^lu-tri.n^which hring them over will merely he^otdigvd to a id the $5 tax to the riVhit ac^^count of the imported laborer and with^^hold the Hum from the wages to be paid^him. Ih- fMBt practical suggestion of^the Mill BftatfjaJ. is that which relate--^lo the t'l.ui'iiiation of immigrant* hy^consular aKeutt of the l'iiite^l Mates,^^feBM i'ertiilriite should he required of all^bxTboiih lauding in the Tutted States.
Accordingto the report of the Konl^BBtBaXiBBtflffti a large portion of the im^^migration that tluds its way to the coal^tieli- of I'. nii^ylvania is quite as unde^^sirable as the ^hiuese. ^1 hey are,^ says^the report, ^of a very low order of in^fHlg^QB 1 hey do not MM here with^the intention of becoming citizens, their^purpose being to accumulate by p*r-^HimoiiiouH, rigid and unheallhful econ^^omy, a sum of money and Ih- n return to^their native land. They live Jn misera^^ble nhed*, like beasts. The food they cat^ts mi meager, scant, unwholesome and re^^volting that it would nauseate and Hf^^gn-t an American workman, and he^w.mld lal It ditlicult to sustain life up-^ou it. Their habits are \icioua, their^custom-' are iil-giisting. and the effect ^f^their presence here upon our nociety 1h^to be deplored.^ There should be means^for as Bffective exclusion of hucIi peo^^ple as have been invoked against the^('nines**. America has still a welcome^for the immigrant who comes here to^make liis home, and who (tossesses in^^dustry, intelligence and virtue sufficient^to mak^ of film a good BllaffXI of this re-^public. As for the classes which are be^^ing stmt Btfl Bff are coming to tiud^a^yluuii in winch tfiey may be main^taiued in idleness at the expense of tho**e^who labor, or where they may plot^against th-- peace and ^^rder of hociety.^they should be rigorously excluded.
Thedispatches yesterday brought the^gialif^ing information that the appro^^priations committee of the national^house of representatives had decided to^recommend the appropriation of |180^^000 It QftlttXXjB MbI work of surveying^and locating siteH for reservoirs for irri^^gating arid lands in the West. This is a^Hubject in which Montana has a B$fy^large interest, for the work contemplat^^ed will lead to the redemption of hun^dretls of thousanda of acree of fertile^lauda now comparatively worthless by^reason of the lack of water.
Butwhile there is much to be hoped^for in the survey under national govern^^ment auspices a great deal can be done^by the territorial legislature before nrac-^tical results can be attained by the ua^tioual project by a thorough revision of^the laws relating to water privileges,^which laws as at present existing are^conceded by lawyers generally to be ex^^ceedingly defective, and the court cal^^endars skow that out of these defects^grow a very large proportion of the cases^which come up for adjudication. The^organization of the territory Into im^gatlou distrl' i-, each under the control^(no far an relates to water rights) of a^board of commissioner!* with full power^to determine disputes, tlx the court* of^irrigating canals, and assess the rates^against property b*uelHe4, should be^authorized by statute, to take the place^of the existing chaotic usage, out of^which have grown more than two score^of murders Mnce the territory was or^^ganized. The law which is probably^best adapted to the needs of Montana U^the one uow in force in Colorado, which^has given very general aatlsfaction in^that state and under which the reclama^^tion of arid lauds his been proaecuted^with the greatest aucceas. l uder auch a^law as Colorado's, capltallata will invest^in the construction of irrigating canals^who will hold aloof ho long as there la^the existing absence of aystem. The ef^^fect will be to stimulate agriculture and^to bring to the territory the beet claae of^Immigration from the older aectiona of^the country.
Histravel*- as Inspector of consulates,^an office created for his special benefit,^did uot InthehMHt widen the Intellect^or Ideas of Kev. John P. Newman, now a^bishop of the Methodist Kpiscopal^church, but formerly known xa ^Grant's^court chaplain.^ In a recent addrees at^Charleston, S. r., the bishop said:
inthe rural districts of some states^there was getiuui** alarm felt lest Cleveland^abould be rt-ei^c*e^l and the papal at*^rstaOiiBhed in the United Mates. The ap
prehensionwas so great! that life long^democrats voted for Harrison.
Theex court chaplain Is the only man^thus far who has obs^rved auy alarm^lest the [ apal aee should be established^through the success of one preeidential^nominee or another, and his declaration^that the proe|a^ct if there-election of Mr.^C|e\eland gave occasion for on easiness on^that point will onlytHidto bring the^profeaaion of the I hristian ministry into^contempt.
THEGAMBLING BILL.^The territorial hfuse of representatives^spent most * f v -d r lay in discussion of^Mr. Hunt'-) bill for the suppression of ho^called sure thing gambling. Since the^bill was Introduced it has undergone^some alt'ration-, which have widened Its^scope in a -mall degree. It was con^sidered in committee of the whole at the^forenoon sewdnii *^d adopt* d by the^committee. A llual vote will be taken^upon it at this morning s session, and^there Is no doubt of Its adoption, as the^negative vote in eommittee ..f the whole^numbered only four. Kath of those four^opposed it upon the ground that It did^not go far enough and prohibit gam^bling entirely. The majority argued^that a prohibitory law could not be en^^forced, and that it was better to regulate^the vice than to permit it to exist with^out sauctiou of law and with the at^^tendant unfairness which is held to^charactorize all clandestine games of^chance.
Th**Hunt bill is so specific Inltsprovla^ions that there should be no difficulty In^procuring convictions under it of auy of^the managers of the robbing lay-outs^that abound on I pper Main street. It^contains an emergency clause which^gives It effect frM and after Keb. I,^proximo, which would give an opportu^^nity for a full test of Its workings before^the legislature adjourns on the nth of^March, and in caae It Is found to be^faulty amendments could easily lw made.^It has yet to pa*^s the council, hut there^Is little question of its meeting the ap^^proval of that My. It does not meet^the views of Governor Leslie as ex-^pressed in his message to the legislative^assembly, but it is not thought the gov^^ernor will interpose his veto. The pflBfl^pert N, therefore, that the bill will be^^come a law at an early day.
Itis a significant fact that the most^HftffB critics of tin* Hunt bill are the^gentry who run sure thing games. Out^^side of this class are tlMBt vtho differ as^to the method which might be most suc^^cessfully pursued to suppress the class of^pMMB Milled at, and the few who oppose^the bill because they believe prohibition^is the only decent course.
THEADMISSION BILL.^K.rilowiug Is the text of the amend^riieiit- to the territorial admission bill as^passed by the house of representatives^on the Ivh Inst, and published in yester^^day's Issue of the IsifKPKNDKNT. The^:^!-; is an addition to Section J. and^reads:
Andthereupon the president of the^I'nlteit Mates umy ItslftB his proclamation^destxrtXg the itatT Ofl Montana ailunltt-d^as a atan- mio the t'nlon from and afW-r^the date ol Htich proclamation.
Thesecond, which applies to South^Hakota, is a sub-Ulnte for the seventh^paragragh of Secthm t, and is as follows
.seventh.That at the election for dele^^gates to the constitutional convention lu^BoBttl Dakota BBBk BBBfXxf may also have^M ntteii or printed on hi* ballot the words^'lor the MOVB fatts constitution of IKV^.'^or the words 'attains! the Sioux Kails eon^stitute i ^ i-- audit a majority of all^votes caat on tins uneatlon shall be 'tor the^.Sioux Kails convention of i--.. and If a^division of the, territory Is authorized as^provided in this sei tum. then it shall Is* the^duty of the convention which may asaem-^hle at Sioux Kails as herein provided, to^resubmit to Ihe people of South Dakota,^for ratiii ^atiou or rejection at the election^provided for in thn act, the constitution^framed at Sioux Kalis and adopted Xovem^i^ i U, IhKi.and ftltB the articles ami prop^ial^UoM tepafatel) lUbtnltli d at that electnm,^IXClttdlXg the ijuentl^U of ItN'atlng the tern^purary M at nt gov eminent, with such^changes OQll hh relate to the name and^boundary or the propoeed state, to the ra^apportion men I of tin- judicial and legm^lative dial nets, and such amendments as^in a ^ be Xece,^^'U) in order lo comply with^the provllloni is* this act; and if a majority^ol the votes cast on the ratification or rejec^^tion of the eonstitutlou shall be for the^^ onMiiuti^ii Irrespeetlve of the articles Rep^matt I) s ibolllU (I. then the prvtideXl of the^United Matci may issue his pps'laination^deelarloglht itateof south Dakota adu.it^ted as a slate in the Ualox frisxi and after^the date ^^t itirh prtn'lamation. And the^territorial government ol the territory of^Dakota shall continue in existence there^ait. r him) appl) to that portion ot tbe tcrrl-^tor^ not ^ mbrai ^ d m the atxteof south Da^kola until the itale ol .North Dakota la ad^^mitted Into the I nlon: but the archives,^records, and IsNiks of the territory of Da^^kota shall remain at the capltol of North^Dakota until ttn agreement in reference^thereto is reached by said states.
Thesuhstauce of ttiese amendments
wascorrectly stated In the preface to the
hillas published yesterday.
JohnWANKMAkKu was a long time^alOBBM with Stxorxl Harrison ill the^latter's tmck p.trlor at Indianapolis Wed^^nesday. Mr. WauamaxXf has a large as^^sortment of ready-made clothlug lu^-tm'k, of various ^|uallties and sizes and^at prices to suit. Whether he obtainetl^an order from the president-elect or not.^the dispatches did not state. It Is Inti^^mated, however, that Mr. Waiiamakcr^wishes to be secretary of the exterior in^(ien. Harrison's cabinet.
Thkcappers, stool pigeons or boosters^for the sure thing houses on I'pper Main^street have come to the conclusion that^If it is legal for their employers to rob^visitors In their roams it Is also proper^and allowable to rob the robbers. It's a^case of dog eat dog, and every instance^such as the one reported 111 the INDK-^FhShKNT yesterday serves to direct at^^tention to the iniquitous practices of the^sure-thing gamblers.
DlrattorPowell Empiaini to tha Mouaa Hla^Plana for Racialmlng tha Waila Piacaa
Wamiisoton,.Ian 24.^Major Towell,^director of the geological survey, to day ex^^plained to the house committee ou Urri^tortes his plan for the reclamation of the^arid laws by Irrigation. He Illustrated by^means of a map the location of the propoaed^reservoirs, dams and canals in the Jemea^river, New Mexico, and said he thought^reservoirs could be constructed for $460,000^whereby 195,000 acres ot land could be re^claimed. The lands were worth nothing^now. but If reclaimed by irrigation would^Vcnuie very valuable. Major,Powell said^that between ninety and mie hundred mil^lion acres of arid land In the west could be^reclaimed by irrigation. After the works^had bern constructed and were in opera^Uon the annual coat to the farmer of irri^gating his land would be from $1 to 12 per^acre.
Thisremedy Is becoming to well known^and so popular as to ne^ d no special men^^tion. All who have used Klectno Hitters^Mini; the same song of praise^A purer^mcdh im- does not exist and it \* guaranty^to do ail that is claimed. Klectrtc Hitters^will cur** all disease* of the Liver and Kid^^neys, will remove I'lmplea, Holts, .Nail^Kheum and other affection* caused by im^^pure blfssl. ^ Will drive Malaria from the^svstem and prevent a* well as cure all^Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,^i onstipatlon and Indigestion try Klectric^Hitters^ Kntire satisfaction guaranteed, or^money refunded.-Trice 50eta. and -I per^tsdtle at Hale a Co.'* drug stare.
aOl^ In th* Nib*.
Jfon the right side and lower part of the^diaphragm, though playfully meant and^delivered, is calculated to evoke profanity^from a chappy whose liver is out of order.^When that region is sore and congested,^pokes aeeni fiendish. Kook at a man's^countenance ere you nnsl him under the^rib*. If his skin and eyeballs have a sal^^low tinge, you may infer also that his^tongue U furred, his breath apt to ts- sour,^that he has pains not only beneath his ribs^hut also under the right stioulder blade.^Also that his bowel* are Irregular and his^digestion Impaired. Instead of making a^jocose demonstration on Id* rib*, rerotn^mend him to take arid |ST*ist In taking,^HoatetU i s Stomach Hitter*, the finest antl^bilious and alterative medieine extant.^Incomparable Is it, alao, for dyspepsia,^rheumatism, nervousness, kidney trouble,^and fever and ague.
Headthe following: Mr. C. II. Morrfs,^Newark, Ark., sa^*. ^Was down with Ab^*ces* of ],ungs, ami friends and physicians^pronounced me an Incurable coiiHiimptive^llegan taking Df^ King's New Discovery^tor l onsumption, am now ou my third BM^tie, and able to overset* the work on m\^farm. It is the finest medicineever made. '
.ItsseMiddb-wart, l^ccatur, Ohio, says^^Mad it not B^f*J tor Dr. King s New Dis^^covery for ^'on*uiuotion 1 would have d-d^of lung trouble*. Was given up by doc^^tors. Am now In best of health.,r Try It^sample bottle* free at K. S. Hale A Co.'*^drugstore.
HTOt'KH,hsw Yoh*, Jan M. Har allvar, WS^Cop in* r K^v*-rl*tj, !ak^, January, $17.
Firm. rainy a^Uv*^. domaatlr,^in^ ^^'^' k mark^^t was stillaitiva t^ *-*!^^
anddt-alb ifa w*r# ^*w^d mora than uaaal of lat#^davold of npxial ffalura hVn k Uland arid Ht^I'aul i r'-''-rr**'i war* th*^ obly *Um ka In ^hlca^thar** was any ma'kad liuiir vviiiwnl, ^*arli loslnif^aWSf a point, altboaifh h^^ u rwovarod tandatim*-!*/^toward *h^^ rluos, which was dull hat Arm. Moat^ut th#^ list ar^ adifbUjr Mylier hat lo BSI rata la th*^IssXceaafafof aiuti Uian a tra^Uon. Uavtffi^ma it iMinaa dull and ^dy.
I'atrulruui^-[^-iifd dun at % and ^fXBBl at^BML
teivarnma'.tiHmda, 4a, l-T^ 4S(s, 100, North^arn I'ailflr, -g^ pr**f*^rn^il, *#^^^ nr^nn Navl-^KaUon. t1u^ rrarisc'^ntlr.t^niai. X] L'ulon 1'a^Mil' ^ \ , Oregon I ^ ^ 'it, til.
Moui*yon rail waa ^^aay at i \mr c*^nt^Prim* ni^*n anUl** i aj er, ^!^((^*^*a. Starling mi^sXaaxa firm , sixty-day hills, BtXsaf^t^aJi
LIVRKTOt B.^CsjKttoo. Jan 24 ('atUa hocalpta HUM|^alow, waak, phaCe low*r at^rs, $i wx^-i.vo.^fi^, kars snu ftwdars, B^ltSXaMj Texas i.aiilc,^|l *,'^((,* :^^.
io..- ^ ^^^^'.. ^. ^^^. wak, floflnv V lowar.^ml tad, $i ;0SJ^4.tt*; h^av), ^4 vu. Ilttht, |4 78
tlH^-1.lu-.-ij.u, ]u on Irrt-^ular. nstlvaa, f ^^OA.40 ^n fnd, |4 40(frl.:.v
Mi'iaw.,Jan M, -ClSaW Wh^*at Firm. rath,^ISIU, SVaSsaw, S*H; May, W^i
(..rn htaady; caah, aft. Ki-bruary, BH^| Mav,^as \r^ in
oata-Firm; cash, N4%; Kehrnary, M \ , May,
Irkat^^adj: caali and I ^^' r-iar^. $11 70, May,^fit 10
l.ardSu^*^1y; rash and Fe'iruary, BaJMj; May.^HJl
Ifv^i nave made uj^ y ^ 11r initi-I to tiej
III i S*rsa|t.illil.l tin liot In^ ludiK . d to I
myother. A lioston l.ely, whovc ex.iiit; le I*^wi'ithy Imitation, tells ber et|^er1ence l^ tow .
iii bsjsj store W In ic | Went to buy I food's^Harsapiirllla the cl^ ik tried to IndiH-e me buy^their own luMead of HimxI's; he told me (heir's^would XXl aXMJMf| that 1 might take It on fc*X
'ays*trial; tlilt If I did not Ilk** It I need MM^SMJf iiii)tbitig, etc. ltut hu rotdd not pii \..d^ii me to etiutiire. J told him 1 h id \aI^ n^IimnI'i HarHJiparilht, knew what II was, BrS^aliened witb it, and did hot want any otla i.^Vln ii I bej-an taking If ^ ^mI'h hai-: i .!Ia^wan fcellnn real mKcrat le w .th ib *\^ o-i,..^and mi weak tl.at ut times 1 |TlH Barat]
stand.1 I'Miked like a person in con^mne^-^Uon. IIimnI's haisaparilhi did me so ii.m Ii^BBVl that I wonder at m^si if aajsjsjsXjv^and my (ilendt fic^|Uenlly s]m-ak of MJtaj^Ki.i.a A. tioKK, til Terrace hire, i, Host, a
Soldt^y all ^trtitri!UU. ft, *1i for fS. Pr.-psr-d^ay C. I llo*^|^ A t o., AiHitlo caiiei, 1,..h. :i, M*-j
IOODoses Ono Dollnr
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Propoaaa fur Ftold b eda.
vH. Indian Batlks^, I^Crow \^-u v Monfana, ISMi. |
Kaalmlpro;iossl^ ^*^d^^rs*Ml ^TiopiMialB for Fud.i^^^^^^'^ attd addrfs**d to tin* un.|**rf^lgi.*Hl a' ('row^\'-n' v Mont., will im rectdvM at this ar**nry^SBllloMu'i o. k of Kftt ITUi, iss^, for furnlarjnt:^and .MU.-rh'.,' *t th** ^ row v^hi i y, Mont . aboul
NWlpourula BflH rorn, la,000pi nnds aaed oatt;^r^t.(Hiu pounds saed potatot^a, 4,ouu poond* n-eS^whaat
KMIiriSl) i IIBlK*.
Bath bid must ha a* i onipanl**d by a r^rtlflpd^i tifrk on soma It. S dtmotltory for at laa*it ^ par^ont of tlia amount of tha proposal, wblrh caarfe^ot'arafl will if f rf.lt d 10 ta^ U71 In I aaa any^MaMSM or h atMSTS r^*olvlnfr an award aliall full to^promptly **x^hht*- a rontrart with t*^n^^\ and aafll^clt-nt ^ uratie*, uth^rwlaa to ba raturnad to thn
Korfurther Infurmatlon apply to the under^sbfni d
Ki' Hit 1st 'OB,
DN, Indian kgmnl
t'nfernu'iitCHland not^intoxicating. Acta like^cliarni in nil caaea of Piar-^rlnea and dysentery and all^stomach and bowel tmuliles.^Grateful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescent*. Qtvtl^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by^MuiALovrrcii, Fi.rrt'iiKR A Cu^Cincinnati, ^) For sale by^.1. MWITZBK. so|^* atrant, U-lena, Montana and^all wholaaal* and retail DruiftCinte, LstMMBJ lit*ab n^and Wli a Marrhama evfrywhar*.
Dr.Swallow offera his aarvtcaa tn hnylnu and^sel BXBJ Mlnea, thinking hla Long acquaintance with^thamtnaa sj tha country ajj forty yaara pi pert^anraln mlnlnK mty bo useful to operators. U^^has several valuahle BBX4XJ for aale, and he* boat-^nose connection* with several eastern parti a* who^wise to buy Montana mtnee.
rMne Ht. Lonta Hlork. No. 1^H Main etreet
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights, lnrlarlitig ores, promptly trans^^ferred from ilepot.
Officeat J. Feldberg'* Store and at the^depot. Orders will receive prompt at^U'ntioo.
AIMcasintr Sense of Health^and Strength Renewed, an J^of Ease and Comfort
Follow* thouaoof Syrup of Figa, aa it^acta gt-i.tly ou tho
KfloctiiaIlyrii*nNiiii( tho 8ystein wln u
Colds,Headaches and Fevers
andjajnnanently ^ 'irinK
without weakening* or irritating' tho Sff^^, u,^ oi) winch it act*.
forMain In AiN- and xi OO Itottlea hy^mil I.failing lirufja'sta*
MAKtrAtTl*Bb SjSJafJ ST Til*
CALIFORNIAFIG SYEUP 00.
HanKaasciato, Cau,^Lai isviu s, Kr.,Msv Voaa. X. Y
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
0KGAN1ZEDIN 1866.^[hrerigMtot! Dnpository of the
PaidUp OaplUl - - $600,000^Surplus and Profits - - 400,000
ft,T. H ai -Kit.Prwldeot
T.H. KlkinbchmhjtAan't Cashier
Oku.H. KillSmjond Aaa't Caahler
h.T. Hauatv, John C. Curtln,^\ m n 11. rR. 8. Hamilton,
liranvllleStuart, 0. P. Hlgxlna,^K W. k. lfaTht. A.J. Davfs,^T. H. Kleluaohmldt, Henry II. Parched,^T. C. Power.
transattan IV'lnlareet i^ald on Urns deposits.
Paidin Capital ^ - $150,00(^Surplus and Profits - 100,00f
LH. HERSHFTLD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
$04*00* QlHtCrOM^TUOMAB CUUBX, M HAMDB,^S. S. UUNTLXY,W. D. MICBOLAtt,
AI. DAVIOHOM, XOHIH Molt Kits.^L It i. ^ ^ -m ' K ]^ A HBHUBFIBLD^W X. UUDMALL.
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit*^Left (or a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Busln^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Otles of Europe
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OKHBLKNA.^Incorporated Under tha Laws of Montana
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
Ihave carrind out the vnry best work in Helena, and will^t arry out all work ^*ntriiiit^d to nin in th^ shortest time and give^clients the benefit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference in time.
Acompetent superintendent always at hand.
MURRAY AND THOMPSON FALLS.
Fine Easy Spring Coaches and Comfortable Sleighs.
Ieave Murray and Thompson Falls Every Morning Except^Sunday at 7::*o. Carries U. S. Mail and Fx press.
Officesnext door to Fashion Stables, Murray ^ Allen's^Hotel, Tobmpson Falls.
ATYOUR OWN PRICES
SlightlyDxmageJ at the Late Fire in the
KNIGHTSOF LABOR HALL
Willbe sold In Job lots at prices considrably BELOW COST.^Call at the old stand, K. or L. Hall.^j
A.M.HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
MiningMachinery anil Railway Samjliss.
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 THB M AB KELT.
Agenttfor Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam BPump^,
AIIowh^l jM^r et^nt. InterMt on Savings^DBfBflltB, rompouiidml January and July.
aEL, EN A, MONTANA.
I..Tun.is Vlw-Prw. and Act. Cash'r
A.( LAKKK,^H. K. (ULBN.
C.W. Cannon,^8. C. Abhby.
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
UtOHKH^ NTS* HBAVY MILL fAUTlNWI^a
MorganPart Military Academy
**ha lUit B*ty'a Boarding Behool In tha Wa^^^liwntli i^v twtflna f*^j^t. l^th Hand for t'atn-^loirna ^'^^^. fcD. K. KIM K I A L^ VTH,^Kup(M n*rgaa Parh.4 ^m^b II*.
Tomake room for stock to arrive I will sell Carpets at cost^for 30 days.
tblbphom..t..]9 r# sanford,
Gran Lighting, Burglar Alarms, Door Bells, An
Seethem in operation, ftlodel making and repairing of Sewing Machine* arn^small machinery a ttpeclalty. DENTAL OOODB IN ^TOOK.
Witha T. MOKKBLL, laraal Block, Clura.Ki.
J. IT. GIBSON
TieHelena Steam Heating and Supply Go.
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
MANUFACTURERS OK STEAM HEATING APPARATUS.
Minaand Mill Happllaa, Iron Pipe and ruUnjf^^JBrr*aa (iooda, Plambara', i+aa and Mia^m Klttara
203M 0am St.
ThePioneei' of the Great Went.
SCHWAB4 ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldeet, Moat Reliable, Leading Klrwt-rlaee Hotel In the Territory
OfAll Grades and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op..Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St,
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURB
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M T.,
WholeoalevanaHatall Pea lira Is
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule 8b job. Hone Nail*.^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmltli's Goods,^Hose, Belting. Tinner's Stock, Force and Lilt Pumpi,
GasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Taoli
olaAfa-nts for ih^ OstskrttM
SUPERIOR^and Famous ^ ACORN 1
Cookingand Heating Stove*
AndW. Q. Flahor'a Cincinnati Hot*) and Family
CentennialRefrigeratory Ice Chests, Water Coolers,^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Willow ware, Glasn^and dueensware, English and American Cutlery^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods ana^Supplies, House Furnishing Goods, Etc., u
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WIOLhSALb AND RETAIL STOCK Oh GOODS IM IBl
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CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
Havingleaaad rha two nppr floors of tha David aon block and coanectad tha aajn* with oar already^Immnnaa Sftlaeroous, we now ocenpv four entire floors eit*ndlng through tha whole Mock from^Jackaun to Main #tr^^^t, storked throughout with uooxls of ^verv grade and at prloee that defy cobs pe^^tit Ion gvHry purchaae made HTKlCTLT FOR CASH DLUKCTLT fKOM P1KHT HANDS and^ahlpoed inC'AK LUADH UNlY. An examination of goods and comparison of price* aollclted.
-Lxe^o Depart m exL*t.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCHADISE
jas.McMillan ^ co,
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS, FURS, WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
sheeppelts ate furs a specialty.
mm. 103 at lOft SeooudSt North.MINNEAPOLIS, MINV
ShipmentsSolicitedWrite for C irculara.
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^lUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
nmmmeneM*v Miners, Railroad Oontrestore, an* snworse* b-y th* eublle In t*ner^i as II^^trongMt, tef**! an* Bael of all high a^ploai^ea
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE co.,
OBIN ORAL AO0NT8, HE3LBNA MONTANA.
T.L. HIOUAHiM, Vice Pr*atd*nt
tlAM'LL H1LVBHMAN, h**c'v A ^ *u l Mao
HELENA, - ^ MONTANA.
OFFICEAND WORKS NEAR DEPOT.
Oresof All Kin** n^mpi^^ an*^Montanalamellng Works.
P.O. BOZ BIX
'or**rtl^ulars a**re** M^n*#i
JNO. T. MURPHY ^ CO.,
AND DBA LB KB IM
LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCC
MINING SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
Cmssee sore to V. H. Ooomb*.)
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention Corr-a^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
HARMONIAHALL AND SALOON
Broadway,Next to Independent Office.
FRANKKENCK, - PROPRIETOR
Thf Most Popular Beer Resort in the City.
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Korthr^rn Pacific Railroad depot, Helena
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THB GRAND CENTRAL HOTFL.