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AParty ,of Old Timers Meet and^Talk over Men They Knew in^the Early Days.
MR.JOHNS OF HELENA.
ANewspaper Man With a Penchant^for Headlines and a Desire to Bilk^f verybody-John W. Mackey's^Generosity to a Helenaite.
Aparty of old-timers were chatting^about early days yeatrrday, relating anw^dotes about men who formerly lived in^Helena, and occasionally some one would^tell a story about some one who had grown^grey in Last Chance gulch.
Therewas that fellow Johns,^ said^Hugh MrQuaid. He was a newspaper^man and one of the most improvident indi^^viduals you ever met. He was a bright^enough fellow, but It waa bin delight t^^^beat somebody. He was a great rustler^around the camp, and found out every^^thing that was goiug on. but it was a hard^matter to get him to stay long enough in^the office to write It up. He would come^dashing in, tit down at his desk and dash^off six or eight glaring headlines ami then^rush out of the office. In an hour or so he^would come back and I would ask^him for the tail for the head,^when, putting on a wise look, he^would reply that he had something^a great deal better, and would dash off a^few more headlines and hurry out again.^It was very seldom I could ever get him u^^write anything but headlines, but he was^great on them. One of the bo^s here saved^up a little money and went to Kurope. He^found himself in 1'aris stranded and sent^back for a remittance. The fellow was a^great smoker, and during the time he was^waiting for his money he had nothing to^smoke. Finally the looked-for draft came^and the lirst thing he did after getting it^cashed waa to buy a dozen good cigars, and^going to a bridge over the .Seine sat down^on the railing and smoked six of them. He^told the story when he came home and^Johns got hold of it He wrote the whole^story in glaring, lurid headlines which^made the globe-trotter the laughing stock^of'the town. But as I couldn't stand all^headlines and nothing else 1 had to 1^ t him^go.
*'lremember him well,^ (ieorge Irvin 11^remarked. ^He used to be a justice of the
Kace,and some of his decisions and MM|^his court were worthy of preservation.^Some of the Incidents that attended trials^in bis court will not bear repeating In the^drawing room. Hut he was a dandy in his^business. He would walk a mile to get to^beat any one out of a quarter, and it was^really a pleasure to be oeaten by him. One^time at liutie he came into a room where a^part^ of us weie playing whist, said he^had to go to Helena and wanted some^money. Only one of our party pulled out^his pockctbook, in which there were six or^seven dollars. Johns waved it back with a^haughty air and started for the door, but^before he reached it he returned and with^a Ohesterhelian air remarked:
it)the way, Jim, I will take that; it will^do to distribute amongst the boys,'and it^was given to him.
Therewaa a fellow,^ said Marshal^Hard, ^who took a special delight in bilk^^ing people, aud did it so gracefully that no^one could get mad at him. 1 remember^an incident in connection with him that^was laughable in the extreme, a man^named Judd, who la still in the territory,^made a strike and had considerable money^In bank. He was standing in the hank^one day with a stip of paper in his hand^wheu Johns came lu. Judd adjusted his^eye-glasnes, gazed long and earnestly at^the paper, and pretending (hat he could^not read it, handed it to Johns, saying:
'Whatis thai Mr. Johns^ My eye^^sight is so poor 1 cannot make it out.
'Why,that,' said Johns, *is a notitica-^tlon thai ^!t,000 interest on your lastdeposit^in the bank is due and unpaid/
'Ah!'replied *ud(i, as he buttoned up^his coat and walked away. Kuowiug^Johns' imp* cuniosity he hail made a dis-
rlayof bis wealth merely to tantali/.e him.^don't know what became of Johns, but^he certainly was a character and, as Hugh^says, he was great on head lines if nothiug^else.1'
Youall know that man whom I will^call Undauerbecause it isn't his name^^^asked Isaac Marks.
Theyall knew him.
Well,he lived in Nevada for a long^time alter he lett ami became very intimate^with John W. Mackey. Limlauer traveled^over the country a good deal and on hln^way to New York once he happened to^fall In with Mackey. He asked Liml where^he was going to stop and was told at the^Hoffman house. Mr. Mackey replied that^he was going U^ stop there at d would tele^^graph for rooms at the next station, which^he did \rrn# a at the Hoffman house,^Lindauer waa ahown to a room on the sec^^ond Moor, it was gorgeously apportioned,^and a servant was ever in readiness to an^^swer the summon* ot the bell. Lindauer^stood the luxurlnusness for three days;^then he went to Die cierk and asked him^what he was expected to pay for the room^he was occupying, and was told $25 a day.
Takemy baggage up to the top floor.^Kind shouted, ^1 can't afford that!
Verywell,^ replied the clerk, and the^baggage was taken to a small room In the^attic, where Lindauer remained for a week^longer. Wlit*n he was ready to leave he^asked the clerk fi^r his bill and waa told^that he owed nothing, as Mr. Mackey had^settled. Then Lindauer went around the^corner and kicked himself for having^changed his room.
Anothertime Lindauer met Mackey in^the .southern hotel, M.Louis, and after^they hail shaken hands the bonanza king^asked him what he could do for him, and^Lind tmd him he might draw him a check^for $100,000 He was joking, but Mackey^took It In earnest and drew the check asked^for and save it to him.
Allof the old timers agreed that they^had heard of the incident and that It waa^really so.
Thena number of other reminlsences^were told by the old timers, who sweeten^ed their reeollecti ms with the stirrup cup^and departed on their several wayH.
ALoom'v Drawn Contract Ciuui a Compile*^tlon of Mattart In Court
Thecase of Lansing vs. Lenoir waa up^again before Judge Uowey yesterday and^continued, to give the plaintiff time to^amend his complaint The caae la a com^plicated one, involving damages, and^grows out of a lease given by Mr. Lenoir to^Lansing of the premises beneath Hancock's^hat store on Main street Lansing leased^the property for a specified time and was^aa he thought, from the terms of the con^tract to have taken possession May 7^1888, but did not get In until a month or so^later. When Lansing moved into bis new
quartershe found that one room waa occu-
Kiedby another tailor named Kohrig, and^e waa forced to buy him out not wishing^to have a rival establishment so near.^Lansing then brought suit against Lemur,^claiming $600 damages on the contract^The caae waa tried and the court having^nothing to depend upon but the contract,^which waa very loosely drawn, gave a ver^^dict for the defendant The caae waa^amended and tried again with the same re^Miits, amended aud tried again, but as both^parties iravi led outside of the record time^was given the complainant to present an^^other complaint
JudgeHowey says It Is one of the moat^difficult caaea he waa ever called upon to^determine, aa there is no law governing^the case. The contract can be construed,^but the plaintiff understands it one way^and the defendant another way. Lansing^claims the heavy damages he doea for the^reason that the place is a desirable one and^he was really loser to a large amount by^haying been k -\ t out of it so long.
WonderfulPro|rtti of Helena'! Leading Fi^^nancial Institution the Flrat National Bank
TheHelena Herald: We call attention^to the change in the advertisement of the^First National bank of this city, showiug^an Increase in the surplus and probts to^$600,000, which, with the paid up capital of^$600,000, makes an available banking^capital of a round $1,000,000. As an In^^stance of the marvelous growth of this^favorite financial institution we present^the following comparative statement of the^business of the bank as shewn in its pub^^lished statements for October, 1H74, and^January, 188W:
Loanaami dlacoa nt^ *MH,5M
.Tan.IH^^.^$3 3 ^ i J W
It..11. In 1*7,100
CashIn sight Kx 59
Mirputi and prattle . IB,Ta5 ^4^Individual dapoelta HO,' i M
Thefigures speak for themselves. In^addition to the present surplus and proti's,^however, it must be borne in mind that^since its organization in IK^^H, the bank has^paid $'270 000 in- divid* uds. hueh a IWOffd^Hpeaks volumes for a moneyed institution^as well as for the city and county whose^wealth and patronagt can make such a^growth possible. It Is not only a credits^ble showing for the bank but a comment^upon the business of Helena and the trib^^utary country that would reflect credit^upon any city in the United Stales. An^^other consideration that presenta itself iu^this connection is that during these twelve^jearsof prosperity E W. Knight liis swasj^at the helm of the institution as Ita effici^^ent cashier, and the results speak highly^for his management.
8.T. Hauser, whose name is a synonym^for enterprise and success, has been presi^^dent of the bank since its organization,^and T. H Kleinschmidt, the able assistant^cashier, has likewise been in the hank^from the start. The corps of subordinate^officers is an excellent one. The continued^success and prosperity of this old time and^favored bans is a source of gratification^not only to its stockholders but to all the^citizens of Helena.
Theofficers of the bank are: President,^S. T. Hauser: vice president, A. J. Davis;^cashier. K W. Knight; assistant cashier,^T. U. Kleinschmidt; second assistant OMsV^ier, ^leo. II Hill; receiving teller, K. W.^Knight, Jr ; paying teller, J. V. Jerome.
Boardof directors: S. T. Hauser, A.M.^Bolter, Granville Stuart. K W. Knight, T.^H. Kleinschmidt, John 0. Curtin, R. IS.^Hamilton, 0. 1*. Hlgginn, A. J. Davis,^Henry M. Tarchen, T. C, Tower.
TheNew York Dry Goods company has^succeeded H. Loeb A* Co., of this place.
Kdwinstanyar, of Al'iambra, and Miss^Miss Kanny Dunning, of Canada, were^urarited a marriage license yesterday.
Thefuneral of the son of A. S. Dearborn^will take olace from the family residence,^No. 1,000 Mutti avenue, at 1 p. in. to-day.
Thefuneral ot William Hermann, who^died at Warm Springs Friday, will take^place to-morro a morning at '.^ 'Mi from the^Catholic church.
Thefirm of K. ^. Gage A Co., shoe deal^^ers of this city, has been dissolved. Mr.^Gage retires ani Messrs. Kaleigb a Clarke^will continue the business.
llradstreet'sannounces the failure on at^^tachment of liader A Paulson, of An aeon -^da, hotel and saloon proprietors. The lia^^bilities are estimated at $1,000.
Commencingto-morrow mail will be car^^ried by the Montana Central between Hel^^ena and liutte. This insures closer con^^nections between the two cities and will be^advantageous to both.
ItIs given out that Hilly Hawkins, Frank^Sheply and other local thumpers will start^on a starring tour to-morrow, giving ex^^hibitions of the manly art at Great Falls,^Kenton and other points.
Complaintsare made against the porter^at the Montana Central depot who dump*^the tires in the waiting rooms immediately^after the evening train has left The pea^^nut butcher who has his wares exposed for^sale In the depot has to leave or play a lone^hand at freeze-out.
TheBedford mine has been incorporated^with a capital stock of $6 000,000. Henr^Kiting, Otiaa, K. Wells, Sam Word, W.^N. Morris, Robu S. Hale, 11. M. I'arehen,^H. S. Howell, A. J. Davidson and John^T. Murphy are the incorporators. The^mines to be worked are on Run's Horn^creek, Madison county.
C.K Mlddleton, councilman from Yel^^lowstone. Is out one big overcoat, which^some sneak thief purloined from the hat^room in the court house yesterday. Mr.^Mlddleton doesn't regret the loss of the^coat as miih aa the several bills he had In^it which he intended to preaent to the^council next week. Oftioafl are keeping a^lookout for the stolen property.
Duplicateof articles of Incorporation of^the New York Dry Goods company, organ^i/ed to carry on a mercantile business in^Helena, have been tiled with the territorial^secretary. The capital stock is $60,000, di-^\ nled into 600 shares at $100 each. The In^^corporator are Herman Fligeltnan. Rob-^ett Heller, Henry Loble, Gnorge Frank^^fort and Samuel It Commander.
TheHelena I'ndertaking company Is a^new establishment that is a candidate for^public patronage. The Arm intend carry^ing one of tbe finest lines of undertakers'^wares in the city and to knock the bottom^out of high and fancy prices. Mr. J. li.^Sennett, a geutletnan well known in our^cltyt will have charge of the business.
Inthe ne* Harvey building, Grand^street, near hirst National hank, can be^found the most convetlent and desirable^furnished roo single or In suit*, in the^city. All lltfht, rheertul rooms. For rent^by day. week or month. Weekly ratea^from $3 to S*. S|-erial rates by the month.
But e^ too Prostlng to ^dmlt of Adjourn-^man!
Thelegislature has taken a receaa for^two days, but the Montana Investment^company will know no recess until their^enterprise is successfully consummated.^The office Is crowded day and night with^work and no adfournment will be taken^until after the HOth of next March, when^the grand drawing for a $300,000 hotel and^168 cash prizes runiiiug as high as $5,0d0^each takes place. Whole tickets $6;^fifths $1.
Raadyfor f utmest,^1 wish to announce to my friends and^patrons that 1 am once more ready for bus^^iness and can be found at the old stand aa^usual, corner Wall and Clore streeta.
Wehave within tbe past few days re^^ceived many remittances from subscribers^who fall to give their postoffice addresses.^Several have also neglected to sign their^naiuea. Many wish to have their addresses^changed, hut rail to give their former post-^office. Subscribers will confer a great fa^^vor and save unuei Mtarv delay by giviug^correctly the name of their present and^former addresses.
1injured my eye two years ago, which^caused intense pain ever since, and entire^loss of vision, and the other eye began^failing rapidly. Dr. 1'arsons, iM'uIisl and^aurist, Helena, Montana, removed the eye^in September, since which time 1 have had^no pain, and the other eye has entirely re^^covered.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
G.W. Jackson, music dealer.
JamesW. Marker, merchant tailor. No.^16 North Main street.
Haveyou tried Stradling's famous pork^sausage aud scrappel f
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railwajs, the new sleeping and^dinitnr car route to St. l'aul aud the east.^Through trains leave Helena dally at 11:86^a. m.
Dr.Carrnw Thompson, office with Drs.^Merle and Read, over R. S. Hale A Co.'s^drug store. Practice limited to diseases of^the rectum, or lower bowel, and anus,^nttic ^ hours, V a. m. to 12 ni:, 2 to 6 p. m.^aud 7 t. at night.
Instructions in Voico Culture and^Guitar.
Voiceculture, twenty lessons, $H0; pre^^paratory lessons to unmatured voices, $20;^guitar instructions, twelve lessons, $10.
MihhM. M. HnWi^1M North Rodney Street.
OHKBNMre ( harlaa *. Oraan Funeral from^HI. Hetar'e h wpltal at p. m.
ATHELENA, M T.
ONETO FIVE DOLLARS.
$60,000for $U300,000 for $5
AGrand Prize Distribution Em^^bracing; Nearly a Third of a^Million of Dollars in Value^to Take Place at Ming's^Opera House at
Helena,March 30th, 1889.
And'nnaliiiBdrwi and flfty-thrae other BfflSJBJ In^caeh to b*^ awarded to fh kwt holdere at a grand^drawing to in* bald at Mln* ^ Uix^ra llouee, ll.-l^^miit, Montana, hy the Montana lnvaetiiiHQt Data*^nany, under the Immediate eu/ervlelon ot ir |^Hon. T. II KhdnMhmldt, ei Mayor of Ilel*i,^^and aeemtant caeh It* r Klret National Hank, If on.^U K. Kenyon, ex mayur of Butte; Hod J M.^Clement, Prohdta .hnltf^* of Lewie and ( lark*^eoaaty, Montana, and Uou. A. A. Amea, Ma^ur of^MlnDeapulle, Mum
OneUraid I'meo cnnelatlnr of the wall kaown^Aborn Houae. a inaifnlflrant hrlck hotnl l i*^ feet^aquare, covering a ^juart^r-hlock, with al modern^Improvement*, and equated In !^**^ Moln*e, Iowa,^Che great railroad center and caplt 1 of the Mate.^with a p ^ptilatlon of from 311,1101) to hn.imi valued
1caeh prise of f,'^,iHV^ la 5,^IN
1** ^ 1,1100 la l.iiii
1 ** ^ ^ HOle M(0
MM Hj, ftjSjSJ
Securetlckete for the (irand Drawing Saturday,
62,500Tickets at $5 Each, $312,500.
Itememberthat the preaenca of the Hon. ^^en-^tlemeu whtiee namee occur In this announcement^aa com in la* Ion ere, ft a guarantee uf at^eolute falr-^neat anil Integrity, that ihe chancea are all equal^and no one can poaelhty 1*11 what number will^draw a prlra
ThePlan of Drawing.
uar wudviwmm urn i**^^* wmmt ^^^ ^^-If thor
oughlymixed, and a number will than lie drawn^from tbe wbael of nanibere by a child completely^blindfold* ', aad at the aatne time a price will be^drawafroru be other wheel by another child^completely Mlndfo'ded. The num' era aavi prlxea^drawn will b-t exhibited to the audu^n~a and reg^iatered by tba committee, tbe fin/- being placed^agfttnet tba number drawn. 1 hie operation will^be repeated until all the priaee are drawn ont.
Thegrand drawing of the Montana Inre*tmeet^Company for the A born Hou-e at fkae Moliea,^and IV! raeh atlas* ranging from $5 000 u^ Ml,^will take pubflc|^ at Helena M. r , . r, 8aturoa.',^March *^, 10SV.
|he de d In tHwro*, -H^m*tijb-r tbat the deed^to the capital prise, tbe Ab ^rn ouee, la n *w In^e-crow at tie Ftrtt Nation I bank, Helen*. M. T.,^read* to lie turLfd orer to tbe holder of the ala^Ding ticket.
Howto Make Remittances
Remitby Postal Note, Express,^Money Order, New York or^Chicago Exchange or^Draft.
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(SlnglaU hole Ticket-ft* 0*
l.l It KATKfli^Hook oft Whola Tlfkrte
Bookof 10 II kola Ticket*^Book or^^ Whole TlrkeU^Pink Tickets, * | oack.
Af.ereon can order aa many FIFTH TK'KBTS^aa desired, all or otmurr vi'Maiaa.
Forfurther Information and tlckete ad drew ur^apply to
TaaMoRTaaa Irybitmsvt Coarraar,^Uraad Central Hotel Block, Helena, M. T.
TheGhee peat ana Beet Medium By Which
TOKK It'll TUB MISSES.
AilvertlHeiurutNwill tn* itiHerltni iu^tlii- rolumu f^^r thme tltvtiriujr Help,^wkiuir Situatiou8, havimc Houtwt* or^R*hhuh tor Ktni, Real Km ate lor Sale,^or other aiiiiMUiitniitMitH, at the rate^ofKlKTKKN CEKTH per line per in-^M'i linn.
iX)KAALa Ten tuba of ^rood butter BajBjBj a^1 pound, Addreea, H i i , p. u.
LitI ^ u Ue^ut adilltlju. tM^ feet fr^nt, $jmt; $%0^down Caandler, Employment Agent.
IjMtK8ALI-t*ood muurban lute at loweat ft*-^V urea, email caab payment*, balance to ault.^V, a, tirlMtnaer.
I/*oKSALS -Uoraea. Inquire at International^r lloul
LwK ,-tW.K A larire pair ot wort boraea. Ap.^I1 ply at i - H*nl^^u a%enue.
U't'K^ALK Bedroom aet and folding tied^i1 hmjutre at tble office.
Fordeal-Dwellings, Business PiaotM (^to
LV)KKKNT^FIre roosa brick houae. Cellar,^P cloaal* and wat-r in bouae l^r Mjnne,^room 2, uver Bailey a jewelry etire, M^tn elreet.
AFlKMSdKD Hid SB of five rmime, two^cloeela and water in klUben, I brae biocke^froiu P 0 on Broadway a email tamdy or^tcenUeinan and wife preterrnl, a barHalu to id .^tight party. Knquire at i\* Brtiadway
LOK KKNT -raolu liarn Iu retr of |SJ Dear-^P horn avenue hmji.lre of a. h K, Carpeti*^ter, lot Hrw keuridKeet.iat.
RoomiFurnished and Unfurnished.
HOOMSto rent, aultable for b maa k epin,- at^No. M Uoduey, corner Breckt^nridt(e.
1.^ Koo*H In Novelty block boilalaa. Kn-^1 _ quire I L larael A I
NJ KLY furuleiied roouia wltb or without^itoeru at 11 .Sortu Koduey atreet.
,MKMM1KD Kooas, 31* Clark atreet.
,UKNI^11K1^ rtOOMSu on aveme.
I1U I'At 1K1. i .Mudr HMieo -flteeru baat.
eJeKautroume, .'Mi, T\ $1, mtltu fl.Ui per day,
ArtYtiYUul'Mf, drand etroet, new and^aie^,i,it^ luiulaUed r-wnm, elu^leorln aulU
\ITaK ^ilttt* ItT 1'blilpebuig and one for^MiBtfJula. Fare paia t Uauuler.
A I) 1MMKDI iTitLY A flret claee
unuliiKeuKlneer. n i^, i^ at rouna over^Jacka m e sAsfal atore. Itelereucee reqatred.
AMUIl - ^ tlrat (Imh c ^ok with racom^meudaiionH Add eee, Lore n x
aNThu-Adoveraeer, or i: i I advt-rtiaer,^ana oue to ^brm) aealalanu iStMMJSaSBfJ to^alxe of cuuniy and population/. SM^a Ui.iiitti aai-^ml, aud eipeueee to wVa.aeete, andto aaalvt
anti.SW piHlduuif. No siMaatSlaa. i^uliee con-^liued to makiuir ct^ilectlone, Ulelriliuttu^. printed^mailer, putting up auvi-itiet menu, etS*, oi kiec-^trk UuxHla, axpeoaea advanceo; a^iariee paid^t a* ii u.Miiui. ibucioae tour ceula piieiaa'e tor full^SBtM niteu tine o| advertising mailer ku ut.in 1 m^^iiAL\ AJliu Palace ifuiluinu, i inuuuati, i*.^No atteutiun paid u^ poaUu card*.
awibu to employ a rellablti man in your^tuuuljr. No uxp^rt^nue rcqu rml, pvriua-^ueui poetUou lor inrae yesra. buaiy incr^aa^Hl^eat b year, ukui, eaay, iteuieei iruaiueae. alouey^advauoau for aaiary, auverUainK, eu:. ^mr^tnti^luanutactuiere in our line. aaco*e ^-cani. au^poBiaie Ceutenuiai M|vlu., L incinuaU, O.
I7^.\.n1 nl) -An active agent u^ awl flue '.vrc-^** Uc Jieir aprlriK in au tinea aud umntiee.^li IS ill*' lateei lmift9Wm4 ami i tieapwar Uoor epiiu*^lu the market. Mpet.iai induceiu^uia u* reapuu-^elble amenta Couvretle A Uticcmi., paientoea,^^P^^kau^ r-alle, . i. '
Advertiaementaunder Una head witl be in^^rtaeinrae ttmaa trae ot cnar^a.
CJITUaTI^.N nANj'ttli Kirat claaa mau witn^O lartfe vxperleuce, oe^irea poeluon aa book-^aaap^r i^r act ou^iaot a Ia*eje^a4fc urHc^ man^in an brancnea, ludueliioua aau a nard worker^Can lurbi^b gooa rt-ferec^4. ^duteaa, J rt. u ,^IndepHudeut uttloe.
11.UN 3 watittMl by aeveral filrla. Addieee,^^mm e ai. i.ai.t' -, ^u ll Warren etreet
ANi hi' To Had a home lor a . in u yeara^old. Adanat Ult ooulder aveuua.
\Mhlia eituatlon by a lad/ aa houa^*-^kerper or nurae. Have had aiiUen yeara^eiperl^iic** aa a nuiae lu hoepitaia ^ddr^ee Mm^b. F. Fleuilugt lnaepeud-nt titttce.
ANTaH A young married man, epeaklng^Kugtieb, Ft^nch aud tiermau, wanie wore^of aay kiuu. Addreea A. U , Uila office.
UBtTCai and button Fluder will pl^^i lea\e ml Una oltV
SoleAgents for the World-Renowned
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Clothingfor Ladies', Gents' and Children's Wear.
tdff~Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Prica.
UANS^ KLEIN, Helena Mont.
F.S. LANG ^ CO.
(lNCOimmATKIU WHOLK8ALK AND KKTAIL.
GLASSWAREAND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Granite Iron, Copper and Tinware.
PalmettenGlassware,Mush and Milk Sets,
JapaneseChina.China Dinner Sets.
OPAQUECHINA, DECORATED AND PLAIN.
Haviland'sChina, Decorated and Plain.
Cupsand Saucers, Salad Sets,
IJBORB AM MKTS. WI K SBTS, ROOHBSTBR L A.B0PB.
11Aurora^ Quadruple Plated Silverware.
the bc8t in the world.
WECALL PUBLIC ATTENTION
Newand Exquisite Perfumes
Somethingto PIoiimo Kvorvono.^Ptna Btth ia^l T*ilot Spon-oa, El^viTt Huh Brushos and Ca^ti.
pope^ O'CONNOR, DRUGGISTS.
C.T.PERRY ACQ., Makers, Helena.
LL^T^ A rfaritit-inan i cuflt ^ 1th ^..n! and Bluuv^.ti'.i, Jrluuar will jneaaa rutu a vaiua tu
(0^ KKaAHl) Lmr, a hi ark p^m kuctHMik,^^^^^J Ua*Ml alth rati f^un, ^ ^.man.in.- J , Id^Uaa au^l ^v* dollar Mila. lluurst ilndar |^laaa^ ra^turn tu ufflca Marchaota Hotal.
i^^^r ^^ * caaa cuutalniuK a pair of guld t^uwad^i j ^|^actarl^^. in- Itauar will t a tultahly r^^aardt d tty laavlu^ tua aantt* at this uttlca.
IJ\TKICK l^. hi ..L1VAN U wanb*d lu OatM^X Iraland, t ^ satlla **ntat** of hla father, l^t^lv^.^*' ^^AU) 'if kbowiutf hU alicraahtiuta wlf
pleaa**a-id **^ b atRuawr, H^* **na
ML'M'' ' -n-n par iff--ii, plaoo or organ^l aaaona . . ^ r. at -i . uf pupil rum-^h.uad wlib ttudlea la hariuooy If daalrad. Thi^a^1^4w raU^a fur on^* U*rm only. Addraaa, Mlaa^Ballay, hox M\ ll^*l^*na.
Nyft'NKVTO LuAN on raaaonatila t^*rrae^4^X Ju^^ a M. Nalll, KiatiiS ^ a.d 7 AaUhy^hlock, Main atra**t
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\ylBETH RBGI KAKKY BVKKY MONDAY^*V1 Hvwnlntt a( 7 o rliKl at tliHr hall o*ar I'ar- h^an t drug aUtra. Ho)oarnlnK hratnrHn ara tiirdlaily^invltod u^ atiand.^S A. l^ ilMiN.WM Z AST ROW.
warranted, la bacaoaa U la tba baat^Blood Preparation known It will poaU^tlralT ear* ail Blood Dunaaaa, puriflaa the^whole ^7Bl^m, and thorough] / builda op the^oonatitutioa. Bamember, wa foaraataa It^For anle by K S. llale A Co.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^Th* Largest Ijnading BottL Haa the vnry Hf*at A^;coiu^modationa in thn city. Kat^a Keduced; $2 pn nay an4^upwards, ac^u)rdmg to location of rooma.
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Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will rece ive Prompt Attention Corr^^.^lence solicited Yard and Factory near N P Depot
Tomake room for stock to arrive I will sell Carpets at cost^far 30 days.
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ThePioneer ot the Gnsat Wnt
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Th*OMmt, Moat Ki*IUhla. I^av1tn^r KlrHt-clafla Hot*\ In th#^ Tarrltory
TbeHelena Steam Heating aid Supply Co.
PLUMBERS.GAS ANI) STEAM FITTERS,
MANUFACTURERS OK STEAM HEATING APPARATUS.^jobbsk0 IN
Mlaaand Mill Happttoa, Iron Klpa and Putinira. Hraaa Oooda, IMumhara , Oaa and Htoam FI1
703* 0am St .