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lewisand clarke county.
^ INDEPENDENT hese B^iBf d*ll^ clrcula-^Hantaan en^ r,e*iu^o*r between 8t Paul and^^orttend end ^ hn]V circulation than any^gimr two dei'v piper* published in Montana^t has no pr^et roowiftnti, Us euhecripHon^aooktara open to intpaction, end It la always^ready to prove that Us circulation It at repre^^sented
enteredat the Post office at Helena ai eecoi d-^^ ittt matter
KitJulys'^ criticism In thn house^yolcrriuy upon the next U'liuini-trationV^H ^ ^ .a BfgBfl wan a little liarnl BeVjSBeV^ering it Ib Huch a tender ywuiig thing^Q KM it Itim-, Mr. .loslyn.
'Iiik jHM.ple of NvVHiltt voted yesterday^upon the adoption of a constitutional^amendiueut forbidding the establish^^ment of lotteries ami the playing of^game* of chance for uiouev or other^thing of value.
TliKNew lork [^.(|-t i- are dividing^their attention aUmt equally between^the ^li*cu-eion of den. Harrison's cabinet^Helertiont slid what will happen should^^Johiiii^^ Ward refuse to play base-hall^witti t e BoBtnB club during the ap^^proaching season.
Anattempt ll being made hy the re^^publican pre^s of Montana to draw^attention from the fact that the^republican I nited States senate^and the republican legislative aaheuihly^of aluiituna ure lighting against the ad-^^Iffifrl of the territories uuder a hill^Wall li at leant is satisfactory to Montana.^The effort won't aucreed.
AKM i id.n an president four months^after ;^is pattyls national convention^had dfdarod ^that the appointments of^oflin r- in the territories sliould he ina^le^from the hona tide citizens and residents^of the lemtoiies wherein they are lo^BtPVi BMt a citizen and resident of New^Tork to occupy the executive oflice of^Montana. And yet repnhllcan journttls^tell their m4Bfl that their parly has^violated no pledge to tlie territories.
Col.ffiunh K. Sanurus Is of the opin^^ion, as indicated in his communication^published in the Herald on Saturday,^that mile-- Montana is admitted to the^union hy the present congress it will re^^quire extraordinary efforts to securo ad^^mission within the next year. The pres^^ent in a crisis when whatever lulluence^the legislature may |s^ssess should he III^voketl to ot tain the passage of a^hill which would (nit It within^the power of this territory to enter^the union. The ^ iiisulliciencv of^the judicial system, the discrimination^against the territories In the national^mining laws, and the general unsatlsfac-^toriness of the territorial system of gov^^ernment reijuire that the change he^mad'* speedily.
effecta legitimate sating to tbe terri^^tory of thousauds of dollars Id^the course of each year. It might re^^duce the emolnmenU of sheriff, and in^that way hasten the abolition of the^fee system, which in alike vexatious to^eonsrieutluua officers and costly to tbe^counties, and In this it would be effect^^ing a beneficial result.
Avery disagreeable scene occurred In^the New York senate, the other day. In^^stead of having a stated chaplain, the^senate has placed in the hands of a com^^mittee the duty of inviting different^clergymen to petition the throne of grace^ou behalf of the entire body. On tbe 5th^Inst, the prayer was made by Rev. 8. V.^Leach, of the First Methodist Kpisenpal^church of Albany, who, according to the^World's correspondent, ^habitually tells^the Almighty that the faults of politics^are due to the democrats aud the bless^Ings to the republicans,^ and who on^this particular occasion referred to the^corruption of elections in great cities^and prayed for deliverance from ^the^political gamblers who buy up tbe votes^of the iguaraut immigrants, who com^prit-e such a large proportion of the^population of the cities.^ After several^members of the senate had scored the^preacher for ^assailing the political ma^^jority of our cities as being Ignorant^immigrants committed to superstition,^^one member alone defending him, the^lieutenant-governor ruled the whole dis^^cuss Ion out of order.
Thecomplaint again I the preacher^was well founded. I nder the laws of^this country foreigners may Income cltl-^zens with all rights as such pertaining^to native born men. The assumption^that they are purchased at elections is no^tnoie likely to be true than would be the^Name charge again t native Americans^of the same grade of Intelligence. It^ceitainly leads men no nearer their^creator to covertly attack their political^party through the medium of a prayer.
Inconnection with the subject of the^establishment of a territorial system of^Irrigation, it should I* remembered by^legislators and taxpayers that whatever^expense the territory input to will be^more than repaid by the increase on tax^able values that is certain to result^Staff acre of arid land that Is reclaimed^hy Irrigation and that uicthod will re^suit, if capital Is given reasonable en^coaragement to engage in it, in the rec^lamatiou of hundreds of thousands of^acres will add to the taxable wealth of^Montana. The immediate cost of initia^ting a system such as the Helena U^ard^of trade's bill contemplates will be^trilling In comparison with the advau^tagei it will ensure. The bill has not^^ei been introduced in the legislature^those who have the subject In charge^being engaged in a llnal revision of it^I he legislature, composed In large part^of representatives of the agricultural in^terests, 1h fully alive to the Importance^of the subject, and doubtless wilt deal^with it In a spirit of fairness.
TheExplorer t Success In Dealing With^tlve Afrlcana
TBIfdaf resolution offered In the^council faierdaf to adjourn sine die on^the 2Kth Last, is not a novelty In legMn-^Ufa proceedings. Similar resolutions^have BBM adopted in one branch or the^other of several previous legislatures,^only to be rej.-cted by the house whose^concurrence was necessary to give it ef^^fect. If the assembly gets through its^work withiu the statutory sixty days It^will be doing very well, even though^one 0| two of the members are obliged to^forego the pleasure of a visit U^ Wash^^ington to witness the inauguration cere^monies. The bouse, if it reaches^that body, will probably vote^^l iwn hr. Cole's adjournment resolution^and M convey the advice to tbe council^to ^saw wood^ until the time arrives to^go home,
ANkw Yuhk paper states that Presi^^dent and Mrs. Cleveland will, after^March 4, remove to the lierlach Hats, ou^Twenty-seventh street, near Jiroadway,^New fork, where they wlll(s*cupy apart^^ment- i nh-i-ting of two connecting suits^of rooms on either the third or sixth^lloor. I he suit will embrace a parlor and^large salon, fronting on Twenty seventh^sin 11. in the rear of the parlor are bed^and hath r^*oms. In the rear of the salon^are library, another parlor, three bed^^rooms, hath and dressing rooms, all^opening on two long private halls. Other^people at present living in the (ierlarh^are ex l'oetmaster-(ieneral Thomas L.^James and wife, Postmaster Pearson,^(ieorge S.l 'oe. President of the American^Kxehauge Hank; Kev. I ^r Vermllyea;^Mrs. Krank Leslie, Chevalier Scovel and^Wife, John Higelowand wife, Johu (itlaey^and Miss Kmma Tharsby
II.II. JaaaaBfl relates a Htory, laya tlx1^New York Tribune, which strikingly re^veal* one great BMBBl of Mr. Stanley'a auc^tm in dealing with the uncivilized trlhvj^of Africa. On one occasion Mr. Man ley^went to meet an important Sut rather un^^friendly chief named Ngantahu on an^island in Mauley I'ool. The chief came^with a great retinue and with his ances^^tral fetish. This was a repulsive-looking^thing, made of a inwnkey * skull and red^clay, stmhled with cowries and hung with^little hells. In It Nganlsliu believed the^spirlU ot his ancestors dwelt, and lie^treated it with m neration, and from time^to time poured wine upon it and^placed chewed up
WinterExcursions to California.
Onthe Ifith day of every month the)^Northern 1'acibc Railroad company will^sell excursion ticket* to San KranclaroaDd^return at f 75: to l.o^ Angeies and return,^8V4. These tickets ba^ean extreme limit^of six months from date of issuance, and^can ne used going any time within sixty^i '.o days from dale of sale. Mop-overs al^^lowed at any point dt sired^either going or^retumtng-withln limit of ticket Kx-^rurtionlsts have choice of two routes from^Portland ^hy steamer, or by rail, via the^famous Mount Shasta route.
lar in mind that tbe Northern Pacific is^the only line running through sleeping and^dining cars to the Pacific roast.
A.L. Mtokich, General Agent
JoljWork.^The Ini^kpxm^knt Job rooms are now^the most complete In the territory. Within^the pant few weeks we have received a^cetuplete line of new type, and are now^prepared to do both plain and fancy work^ou the shortest notice.
Wehave within the past few days re^^ceived many remittances from subscribers^who fail to Rive their u*^stofnVe addresaea.^.Several have also negjeeted to sign their^names. Many wish to have their address* t^changed, but fail to give their former post^office. .Subscribers will confer a great fa^vor and save unnecessary delay hy giving
rreetlythe name of their present and^former addresses.
TheUnion Pari tic railway company will^sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Council lilurTn, Omaha, .St Joseph, heav^^en worth and Kansaa City from Jan. 20 to^^1, inclusive, for -1^ for the round trip,^good ninety days from date of sale.
A.K, Vka/ik, Agt,^28 N. Main St.
Curefor Sick Headache.^If you want a remedy for blltoutneas,^pimples In the fare, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask K S. Hale ^ Co., the^druggists. ior n tte. sample of Dr. Ounu's^Liver rills. OMy one fur a dose; full box^26 cents. _________
HTOas.^Niw Yoiia.Peh 11. Bar tUver.MV^O.iipar-lJull and stronger, lake, February,
Led Weaker and iiulet; dooiaetir, $X.7t).
Thettosk mar it ft wee remarkably strong to^day, although lli^ ad vane** scored were la eper^laltlea prlt-ftp-ally, and the three leading gmupe^of entree, trunk lines, bnb0sm and coal at^n **.^m*rn all fpilet and fl m tueied w lthtn the narroweet^IImile At the opfnlng the feeling was v^ry^hulllsk, but first prUee were quits Irregular as^romper d with final figures Haturdty. epetlaHl^e^took the lead In th^ upward movement, hut Ore
onHbort Hhf came to lti^ front and waa ermn^id lowed he i nloa Haclflr Barltl^ly atta^ km] In the afternoon and
reetwaa so inn what reetrlrt^d. 1'h^strong at generally be*t figur
Utirlltitrlonwaa etrong^trading In ttm^e market rloaed^' ^ ^ ^ ^ n, 11
bawds'dull hut drm
i'etmleumiipened strnnif at - , and rloaed^^taady SStW.
Uovernmtnt oonds. 4e, \ . 4'-40, lutfS . North^ern I'trtfir, I71|i preferred, ui\. Oregon Navl^gatlon, b^H OtSWM laSpsovamaati Trent-^^ .ntlnentai. M^\ , (rnlon Psdte,
Moneyon call eaty. '.r,- , r*rlme mer^f an tile lap^r, i^- Merlin^ eichange flull end^tteady; tlxty day hills, $1 hi,, demand, $4.nHH.
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OBWIMFeb. ii.- ^ ttUe- Kacwlptt H^fBI|^etrong for gfi'trf, nth^m etetdv rh^lr^ tti extra^hnevwe, $l.'^^i44+t. rteere, f ^ ^ ^ *4*^*.-^1 ^ elockert^and fwetlere. $2.4^ 40.
IlogeaasttptSi SV^^^ tlow , V- lower, mlied,^W^4.V.^ , heavy, $4light, ^^ **Hb
MiefvplOf .dpte, h.isju; firm; U* high-r; nt-^Uvea, |-.weetern ct^rn fed, %\ t04M.hu.
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Clote-Whettetrong and^Wty, 11 B .
'Hi'ir,Few ii.^higher, raeh, ^^Dora Kas^ raeh,
tau^ steady, rath.*: Bay, M r-M^port Ravy; ceeh, |ltJTH; M.rrh^May, ilLCTH.^l.ard btetily; raeli and March, to*)
d111 1U mouth.^Vhe ehlel iBltodueedthe fetish to Mr. Man^ley, rather anxiously. The average white^man would probably have laughed at It ami^asked the chief why he Udieved in such^absurdities. Itui thin great eiplorer sent^for a ramp chnir ami respectfully placed the^fetish in it. so tlmt Ngautshu's ancestors^might be presapl st the conference; and^when lum h time came and Ngantahu put^food into its mouth and poured wine upon^it, Mr. Hlaale) did the same. The result^was that N fan tab u signed a treaty and he^rame for all tune Mr. Stanlev's devoted^friend. IVrhsps hy this time the mission^arles have taugbl him to forsake Ids^wretched idotstr^ . hut they would never^have hatt a chance to do so had not Mr.^Staalej lirnt treated his faith with courtesy.
JURY-DRAWINQ.A -uhject which 1h likely soon ta come^before tbe legislative anHemtdy Is the^method of drawing grand and petit^jurors and Hutrmoulng them to appear^In court, luder tbe present system It U^easily withiu the power of county com^^missioners to summon a grand jury^which shall do a certain thing which^should not be done or not do some other^thing which should be done. The exist^^ing law It is proposed to amend so that^the drawing shall be by lot In fact as^well as in theory. There la room also^for improvement in tbe line of economy^in the method of eammontug jurors.^The preaeut system Is a most^costly one, permitting as it does the^collection of mileage fees, often far^in exre^a of what the law contemplated.^It has been suggeeted that for this sys^^tem there be substituted one which shall^provide for service of notice by publica^^tion, aa is provided In certain sulta at^law, or through the mails, or both, fail^^ure I) answer such summons to be pun^^ishable by suitable fluee. The proposi^^tion 1* well worth considering when it^U remembered that its adoptiou would
GreatFall* Tribune: A vlgllaare com^mittee of something like It might be useful^it baTgiaiies ooatiuua. The merchants^should also form a protective association^agaist ^dead hests.^ The losses from such^amount to a big sum annually.
hewlstown,Fergus county, is agitating^the question ot ehtahii^hlng a hospital. It^is proposed to raise a stipulated sum to es^^tablish (he hospital, the amount subscribed^hy each individual entitling him to medical^treatment aud nursing for the period of^one year.
MevrnsviiieTribune: since the ioth of
Orlotwr,iHhs. the .sU'veiisvllle post oftice^has issued ^3,UUU In money orders and^post .1 notes. This oflice receives over^ft.000 letters every month, and over 2,000^papers and packages every week. These^figures represent a vast amount of work^and tint little pay as this office is rated only^fourth clsss. Mr. I,. U. Ilatrh. the present^Incumbent of this office has proven himself^capable and efficient.
ItiverPress Wni. IJynn, who has just^returned from the Sweet Wrass hills, re
Krts that while there Is considerable snow^'twe* 11 the Muddy and the Marias there Is^hardly any from the Marias to the hills,^where there is about four or five tnuhet^There is splendid feed on the other side of^the Marias, and cattle are working towards^the hills and ttie Milk river, lielng on a^business trip and pressed for time Mr.^Klynn did not go to the mines, so there it^nothing fresh concerning them.
the Chamber of Torture^Is the apartment In which tbe unhappy^MihVrer from lntlsmmatnry rheumatism is^contined. If, ere the crisis of pain Is^reached, that hue preventive, Hostetter's^.stomach Hitters, is used hy persons of^rheumatic tendency, much unnecessary^suhVring Is avoided. .Nervines, antslynes^and sedatives, while having none but a spe-^rlAc effect are yet very desirable at tlums.^Vet can they produce no lasting effect ou^rheumatism, because they have no power^to eliminate from the blood the rheumatic^virus. Hostetter's Momach liitters does^this and checks at the out et a disease^which. If allowed to gain headway, It Is^next to Impossible to dislodge or to do^more than relieve. Kheumatism, It should^be remembered. Is a disease with a fatal^tendency from its proneoess to attack tbe^heart. A resort to the bitters should,^therefore, be prompt. Dyspepsia, kidney^complaint malaria and nervousness are re^^lieved by it
BoulenftrMay Marry an tmerlcan.
ST.Louis, Feb. 11.^The Republic an^^nounces It has good reasons to believe that^If (rem lioulanger obtains a divorce he will^marry thedivorced wlfeof Joseph 1) Lucas,^of this city. The lady is very haudsome.^and is now In Italy. She belongs to an old^promineut St. I.ouis family, and first met^lioulanger in New York, in 1881.
Theimport Hire of purlf;. lu^ the bSOSSl fati-^not |b ovrrextim.it^d, for \\ lioilt BBM^blood ^otl BBBMl tBjsfF KI he 'Mi
AtIbis laaaSB nearly every one ucvd* a^good aw^BBBf to purUy, vtt.dlie, and aBIB h^the MaBBi MSi Hood s Mfl IV II lUa SI woitl.y^your conflUenee. It Is peciill ir in tli-t It^Strciurthelie and BBBSls BptBS 9) -teln.eie itl s
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IOODoses Ono Collar
APleasing Sense of Health^and Strength Renewed, and^of Ease and Comfort
Followstheuaaof Syrup wf Kigs, as it^acts gently on th
KlUNKVS,LlVKR ^2 BoWMU
KfftxtuallyCleanting the Syeteui wheu^Coelivs or bilious, Ihtpalliag
Culds,Headaches and Fevers
andpermanently i-uruig^HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
withoutweakening or irritating the or*^gausoo woich it ai ta.
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CALIFORNIAFIQ SYEUP 00.
Hastaasciauo. Cat.,^Loi itviLLa, Kt ,Niw Yoaa. s t
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
Drttigimt+'dD**p^^flitory of iht*^I tiii.ol titat^B.
Paid-UpCapital - - $500,000^Burplua and Profits - - 000,000
8.T. Hi' -kkrTealrlent
A.J. Da viaVlce-PreHidHnt
T.U. Klbinhchmidtkm't Caahlar
boamd OS OIRCOTORa.
8.T. Hauaar, John C. Curtln,^A. M Hoit. r.K. ft. Hamilton,
(tranvlllaHtnart. 0. P. Hlgglna,^K. W. Knight, A.J. bavla,^T. H. KlfiiiM-f.nii.it. Henry II. l'archen,^T. C. Powar.
Gnnral BANKING BusiiiHSB
tranea ted |VIniereet ^ald on time depoaltt.
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
iUS onroeti to i
JobherH und Jir^lere in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
MainWagons, Whiteley BCmbI MOWERS and Binder*, Cham-^pion Mowers, Bonanza, Tiger, and Holliugsworth Hay liakes,^Oliver Chilled and Molina Steel Plows, th^ Flying Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
ComnifinHarness of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagon^, Carts, Buckboards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. I .
301Drake Block,St. Paul. Minn.
Paidin Capital - - $150,0C0^Surplu* and Profit* - 140.0CO
LH. HERSHFIELU, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'i^AARON HERSHFIELD,Cash'r
TUOBaai'KUHB, M. bandh,
S.H. HUNTLIY,W. U Nil ^|fi|.AH,
aj. davidhon, voaaa Boiuua
UH UBkHUFIXLU, A. UBHMUrZBLO.
WB. m ^ .sALU
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
8.0 Aehbr a Co., plalnUffe, M. 0^ J. ftuefea,^aaMaaast
Toeold at aberlff e eale et the Ackte; ram h,^n^*ar Witlf rreek, Montana territory, on Friday,^tm, at, l*Mi, at 10 oVImtk a. m , of eald day, eil^las rl^lit, title an'l Internet that tha d^'ff ndant, ('^J rttuefen, hae le and to tbe followluK dnarrlited^uroucrty, elluatml In l^ewle and t larae coaoty,^Montana terrlUtry, to.wlt
Twentytone of hey,
Eightfcme haled hay,
('noht^intra bay i reee,
Onehay horee, hranded (V J right kip,^Uae Wooda inuwer,^Oae eorrel horee, n brand eeen).^Oae itay mare, white it lip on forehead, branded^0. J , right hip.^One blark r^lt, etar on fereheed,^Oae grey horae ino brand eeen).^Two nay work huret^e,^On*t Mct'ormlf k hinder,^t)ae hay huref, dim brand l*^ft hip,^One }^^t[k'1ng rart,
TwentyAve coee, eteere and ralvse m- r-^ or
(HAS M JRKFKKIH,^Sheriff Lewis and Clarke tounty, Montana Terr!
Kb. I^s*le, atti^raey for plalntlffla, tieorge^Mielton aad A V Rotkln for defendant.^Dated Helena, Mont,, Feb 11, ism.
r-rupoaalator Field Heeds
r.8. laniAN *aavirs, i^Caow AoiecT, Montana, IHat*. \^ftealeil propeeale eudoreed ^rropoeale tor Fli^ld^aeede^ and addreeeee* to the umtarilgned at Orow^Agfiirr. Mont, will he received at tula agency^uatll one h'cleck of Feb.'/7, 1HHV, for furelehlug^and delivering at the Crow Agency, Mont, abont^^^^ ponndi^ ee**di core, t\iw) ponnde eeed oata;^\ii*o pouuda eeed potatoee; 4,oui p. umIi aesd^wheat
tlaTIF'Ili ( HSt as.^Karb bid mast be accompanied hy a certirled^cherk eo tome C 8. depoelhiry for at leaet b per^rant of ibm anionat of the proposale, which check^^.r S-aft will he forfeit* i to tbe C S tn raee any^bidder 01 l^ ddere r^^c^lvlng aa award eball fall to^promptly viecute a contract with g^^od and euS^na t eeretlee. otkeraiee to be returned to tbe^bidder
r^r further lnforiuatien epply to tLe nnder^BlgSMSi,
Kr HKI-COI.^V. S. Indian Agent.
BatfatBlhereby given that the ro partneretil^heretofore eilitlng l^etwevn tbe uodnrel^under the flrm name of KtMcbum A^thla day dleetdved hy mutaal ^onafitt
!1 UN p. K K H'H I'l^H. tV, UKNU1S1.LI
Noticela hereby given that the andereltrned^have thla day entered Into a ro partnership unf er^tbe firm nam* of KetcSam, DeN:oeUIe^ A Co. The^firm aeeime all llahllltlt*e and (ollectaall aeeeta^da ^ the old flrui of K^*trhuin A IMNoellle
j F K.BTCHIM.
i U. t^tTCHIU.
InterestAllowed on Deposits^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Busln^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe
L0. Phrlph, V1os^Ptm. and Aet. Cash
h.k. AtkinsonAssistant cashlar
A.0, Ci.ahrr, Hrrman Qanb,
H.K. (iALBN, Fstrb Larson,^C. W. Cannon, R. C Wallacb.^8. C. Aahby, 1.1). McCrtcHrow,
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
IncorporatedCoder the Laws of Montana
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THON.CKUSK ...^T. H. CARTER..,^WM. 4. CUV8E...^0. L DAULKli....
Allows0 per cant. lnWsst on Savings^Deposit*, compounds! January aud July.
WagonSheets, T^ntsf Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent sty lee of Window Awnlaft^and the laleet Improved flit area tor Saattlng^Canvas of all kinds nod wldtaa from *^ incbas
wideto ISU lachee wide always In stoca.
Thelatest Improved Camp Oooda.^MAIN STKRIT .... net ^vi
ia a 11- ih^t New im
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
1M*u*. mi J. kht '.
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linpfumM'toirf ^ll olh.
P^-'t; sejaaj^^awsa n^^*nhi^The aanden Electric Co. 109
Ihave carried out the very beat work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to me in the shorteet time and give^clients the benwtit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference in time.
Acompetent superintendent always at hand.
AM.HOLIER HARDWARE CO
WhoUwsalojBi.dKotall Deaiora iw
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Hone and Mule Sbjee. Horse Nails,^8teel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose. BeltiLg, Tiuner s Stock, Force and Lift Pumps.
QasPipe and Fittings. Carpenters' Tools
o4eAganta t*r the Oeiebralew
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORN
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
W.O Fleher a Olnolaaatl Hotel said tfeuoliy
CentennialRefrigerators, Ioe Cbests, Water Coolers,^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, (Has*^and Queensware, English and American Cutlet v^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods alio^Supplies, House Furnishing Goods, Etc., tv
MrwjooAjUrawveeerallyUtrttad K^raU an4 Inapect ths LAiiUlbT aad BSBB mmvlammxA'*
WlOLbSALI AND RETAIL STOCK W GOODS II 1ftt
OeMaireaae law Oauntrv BeHlellael ana Seeelva svampt Attentian artel asiewtawt.
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HillingMachinery and Railway Supplies.
Westcrti'sDifferen tial 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 MABKBT.
*orAtlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam Pumps,^Howe Scales.
TeeHelena Steam Heating and Supply C o
sndMill HappUea, Iran Pips sad nut hp*. Hraee (iooda, Plumbers',
703m. 0am St.
Useend Hie am fiusn^rVa/ana
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
War*hons*oppoeite Northern Pacific Railroad depot, Helena
JNO. T. MURPHY ^ CO.,
AND DIALBHB IB
UQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCC
MINING STJPPLIIS OF ALL KINDS.
TL. KlCBARDa, Vice PractOeoi
T.H. aLSlNBK'UBiin . rreasurat.
HAB'LI. SILV1BMAB, 8ec'/# Oan l Man
OFFICEAND WORKS NEAR DEPOT.
THJL.BPHONH187P O. BOX 8tX
Oreaof AiiKinsi Barrel** an^ Ballsfseliaer Ouamnlasai far BbSBSBBBM aSSrass Maaasra*^WantanaBamaMnaj Warha.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very BeBt Accom^modations in the city. Kates Reduced; W Pe ouy ant^apwards, according to location of roi^nia.
UavlnKleased the two appr floors of the David eon block and connected the same with aar already^lmmeoee saleero4ima, we now occopy four entire floors extending through tbe whole block from^lerksun u^ Main street, storksd throashoat with soodS of every u-reae and at PfsSSS that defy coapev^Utlon. Everv purchaae made tTftUCTLT FOK t'Ahll DIRaCTLY FKOB FIRST HANDS and^shipped In CAR
reryBTaae ana ai in^DIKat'TLY PRUB^An examination of goods and comparison of prices solicited.
A-u_s^o Departm ent.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MEROHADISE.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
hides,sheep felts, fuhs, wool, tallow
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPELTS ^L FURS A SPECIALTY.
101,103 ^fc lO^SecondSt North.
Writefor ^ ireuiara
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
aiOv Miners, BallroaS Ooniraetore, Ms| enelorseS be the nubile in genera1 as i^^Blrongesi, Safest end Bast of all high eaploelves.
atHOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
OBNBRALAOHNT8. HHLENA MONTANA.
(Bueeessersta V M. Ooombe.)
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corres^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
Tomake room for stock to arrive I will sell Carpets at cost^for 80 days.
rtLSPMONI f Ta.
Gran Lighting, Burglar Alarms, Door Bella,
Seethem to operation. Model making and repairing of Sewing Machines aad^small machinery a specialty. DENTAL GOODS IN STOOK.
With0. T. MORBBLU Israel Block, Clore^St.
OfAll (JradeS and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
Diamonds,watches, Fine Jewelry
ThePioneer ol the Great We^t
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN, PROPRIETORS.
ThsOldest, Most Bailable, Leading Klrst-class Hotel In the Territory.
EstablishedFact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONBDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL