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OFFICIALPAPER t'F MoSTANA AND^LEWIS AND CLARKE COUMTT,
ThaINOEPENDEN r has a tartar d*^^ circula^^tion than ^ny nswsospsr bstwsanBt Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^Sttasr two dally papart published In Montana^it hat no press room secrats, Ita subscription^ooohaara opan to inspection, and II la always^raao^ toiprova that its circulation la at repre-^tan tad
Entaradat tha PoetoftVe at Helena at eecond-^ttast mattar.
SknatoKPmmh's pralwe ^^f Secretary^Whitney's ttriaiinlNtnttiuu of the navy^department is bh denerved a- it i* NBC1^Looted, romiiiff ae it doe* from republi^^can Houreen. l'lunili tnlkn like u Hijuare^man.
Thkprinting hill offered by Mr. Col-^I in- tu tlie leglHlatlve council In a very^motle^t affair. It make* the conn tie*^favored patruiin of the printer, gettiutr^rate* for official advertising ami I^*khI^printing that would not tm accord-,1^buslnetw hoime*. ^ ouHiderahlw improve^^ment might t^ made In the bill without^imposing any unjuHt burden upon the^eountieh; and while the uweiubly in at^it the distinction Nhould In- more nharply^drawn between publication and print^^ing.
Lawvkk,^whocritlclieHln the Herald^Hunt's truNt and mortgage corporation^bill, nhould he, more familiar with^Hlackntone than he la with the presi^^dent*!* Knglinh, else tie will have diffi^^culty in aiding auch client- aa may fall^in hU way. H1h metaphor n, however^are an striking aa those of Sir Kuyle^U'Koche, wheu he apeaka of congreHH^^throttling the giant atrldea^ of monop^^oly. H1h ^froze Hiiake^ and ^watch-dog*^which lead the sheep and hark at alarm^and hite in battle^ betray a familiarity^with fable* and war and pastoral life^which stamp Mm a* a protean being of^no ordinary type.
Amhkdiv,to Col. Julian Allen, of^SUteHville, N. ('., there can be no longer^any question aa to Jamea 0. Blaine^being secretary of state over den. Harri^^son. Jt can readily he believed, from^what Is known of Mr. Blaine, ttiat If Seal^Harrison ^cordially tendered him ttie^secretaryship^ he ^am-pted It in the^aame spirit.^ Had It been tendered to^tiim reluctantly he would still tiave ac^^cepted it ^in the same spirit.^ There's^nothing mean about Hlaine when it^cornea to helping a president save the^country by holding down an otttce. It^must be remembered In this connection,^however,that Col. Julian Allen,of States-^ville, N. I'., is an eiposition promoter,^an t those who tiave had any relation*^with men of his particular business will^wait for continuation before accepting^his statements.
Thkbill to permit mortgage and safe^deposit associations to he formed is a^measure which virtually amends our in^^corporation laws now on the statutes.^These present statutes are very inroin-^plete|aud contemplate ^trust, depo-it and^security a*hociationH,^ but do not n atrial^them or provide for their |M^wers or re^^sponsibilities in any complete way.^Chapter *_'s of the compiled laws of Mon^^tana is all there is on the subject. The^bill i- one introduced by Mr. Hunt by^rtJjMBt of Helena men, and is nearly^identical with a similar bill which^passed one branch of the legislature two^years ago hut which failed of enactment^lu the hurry of concluding the session.^Mr. Hunt, when asked about the Herald^article, said he sincerely hoped that if^there was any ^giant monopoly^ in it or^any provision which would crush tmy^one, that it would be defeated, and tie^would himself vote to kill It if upon con^^sideration anything was discovered in^the measure which could possibly impair^the rights of any one. Mr. Hunt has no^Interest, direct or Indirect, in it, but^will let It stand ou Its own merits. It^Is certain that amendments to ttie pres^^ent law are needed, or outside capital^will not come into Montana.
whichshould be cured iu a proper codi^^fication of the statutes. It certainly is^not reasonable to suppose that the law^contemplated the payment of fees to at^^torneys unless some corresponding ser^^vice was rendered, the more particularly^because, as Mr. Keene has said, there h^no provision in the statutes requiring^Justices to report to county attorneys.
SENATORSON IHHIQATION.^A dispatch from Washington, speaking^of Senator Stewart'-* resolution provid^^ing for a select committee of senators to^be known as the committee on irriga^^tion and reclamation of arid lands, re^^ports that the proposition meets with^great favor among senator*, who recog^^nize the fact that nearly all the remain-^iug public land-* require irrigation to be^made available for agricultural pur^^poses and homes. A great deal in the^direction of irrigating can he done by^the states and territory most directly^interested. Independent ^ f the action of^the general government. The latter^will probably routine Itself to surveys^for resenolrs ami to eiperimental work,^such as lri^ring artesian wells In the^arid belt, while Montana and territories^similarly situated will be left to work^out for themselves the details of the plans^suggested by ttie national government.^It is. however, encouraging to learn from^the dispatch in question that leading sen^^ators, both republicans and democrat-,^have eipressed a willingness to serve on^the proposed committee, which, If it Is^created, will tiave leave to sit during ttie^congressional recess and report to the^senate at the next regular session, In^December, what legislation Is necessary^for the work In contemplation.
COUNTYATTORNEY8' FEES.^The Independent has received copies^of a correspondence between the county^attorney of Meagher county and 11. L^Keene, justice of the peace at ^'antou,^which shows the faultiuess of the stat^^utes in relation to the collection of fees^by county attorneys. On the 1Mb ult.^C. W. Jones, county attorney, addressed^the following letter to Mr. Keene:
Und^r aection H47, 5th division, page^K70 ot the compiled atalutes of Montana,^you will tax an attorney's tee of $13 in all^raaea of mt*denieanor where a conviction^la had and In every preliminary examina^^tion whrtiier 1 am present to conduct (lie^caae ^^^ not Where coat* are paid you will^please forward my fees to me on tbo 1st^and 15-h Insta. of each month. At the^aame time where costs are to be taxed^against the county you will please give me^a statement of the case (giving title, crime^charged, date of conviction, and penalty),^so aa to enable me to render my bill to the^county commissioners.
Mr.Keene replied, under date of Jan.^-M a- follows:
Oaexamin itlon of the statutes you refer^to i rind the law a little lam**, hot in my^opinion your construction of Itis much more^so. 1 can find nothing in ttie statutes in^structlug me or any other justice to pay fom^one cent or to give you a statement of any^case. 1 therefore deem it unjust to com^^ply with your request.
Thestatute which Mr. Jones cites pro^^vides that county attorneys may collect^fees ^for each conviction in case of mis^^demeanor, $.1; for each preliminary ex^amlnatlon, |o;M but the phraseology of^tite succeeding clause^ ^for each crimi^^nal trial conducted by him in the circuit^court, ^10M^furniahee the basis of Mr.^Keene^, refusal to give an account of the^(mb collected by him as a Justice of the^peace or to charge fees for the county^attorney iu cases in which that official^does not appear. While the position^taken by the justice may not be sustained^in the higher courts. It directs attention^to an ambiguity in the existing law
DelegateVoorhaat Talks o^ Hspubllcan Hotllil-^ty lotha Territories.
When1 find came to Washington as a^delegate,^ said Delegate Voorhees, of^Washington territory, to a correspondent^of the M Paul UIoImi at ttie national capi^^tal, ^I came to work for my BBBplBh My^republican successor comes to op|^o*c state^^hood, aa 1 am informed.
Whyshould he do that /
Therepublican* do not want ttie terri^tortus to come Into ttie union under demo^^cratic BBJBBJbBBi By delaying for a few^months, they might have hu extra session^ot congress, and come in under republican^husbandry and bring forth fruit of repubil^CBB votes on the strength ot that guardian^^ship. As things now are, with an excellent^i'a for admission under the omrnhus bill,^the delegates elect m Washington ami^Montana will have to tight llo-ir battles^owr again next November. I shall not be^a candidate under Bay elKUBtttBOeBB, but^1 shall be in the cainpnigu. It will be my^i urn to point to adsalsflOB an a result of^four years' hard, unremitting, uarequbBad^becaase unappreciated toil. It would en^^able sae to say, 'i told you so.' it would^be greater satisfaction than ttie holding of^any office to be able to say to m^ trienda^that Washington territory comes into ttie^under democratic auspices, and MB direct^result ot my labor.
Whatsort ot an instrument Is the con-^htltolion ot '^'.'
1have careiully examined It, and, wltti^slight amendment*, it will prove to sb ssm^of ttie best conntltutloiia adopted by any^state In IBis union. I here must be differ-^fiit judicial districts and different salaries^paid to various otticials; but as a general^thing, the constitution os '7a Is fresh and as^applicable to our needs as tt could have^tit en If prepued III ^H. It evidences far-^m eing wisdom on ttie part of Its framers.^It will Ik* a ^t|..n l-r the statv
ofWashington a bundled years hence.
Howdo your people tike Mr. ^prmg^ r's^proposed new names of Wallula or I n^cotna v
Ido not know just what the people^think of tin ui. Hut 1 am under (tie im^pfSBSlon that they tHdleve themselves com^petent to m lecf a name for themselves, and^ttie name of Washington seems to suit^them pretty well.
Willthe new (date tie democratic or re^^publican
Oneyear ago I should tiave emphatic^allv said deiiMMTatic. Hut It will In* a^struggle between the two parties now. and^no one can safely predict which side will^wm. The^ are prett) ^ real] divided*
IBBS plainly now. however, that the re^^sponsibility is shifted, and 1 am glad of It.^t he democratic party tins be *n to blame,^but the republican part) is now shoulder^^ing the responsibility of keeping the terri^^tories out ot I he I n ion. There Is no aVsuM^ot it. 1 blamed Bll parti when It deserved^cciiMire, and I Bo not now hesitate to^charge the republican party in the senate^with the meanest and most degrading of^partisanship, in keeping us out an^other ^ear, sole!} 1 *^r party advantage ^^The senatorial caucus today decided to^keep the terntorn n out of ttie I nion dur^Ing this OODgresS. They may den) it, hut^it Is true. The republicans think ttie ter^ritorb s should come In under republican^auspices in the house of representatives aa^well as at the white house. When it was^Huggented to Senator lugallsthat maybe^the democrats will filibuster and prevent^the BdSslssioa ot the territories at all in the^next Boogreas. be curled his cynical mus^^tache and said:
Willany northern democrat dare vote^against ttie admission of the territories in^any manner ptescriBed hy the majority t^It is politically unthinkable, t'ongress^nu n least of all men slaughter themselves^merely for pastime. Any northern BjBBM^erst who voles against admission votes^against his own reiiomlnatlon as well as^against his own re-election.
1h# Cham bar of torture
Isthe spartmetit In '.vhich the unhappy^sutTerer from inilamriatory rheumatism Is^coniined. It, STB the crisis of pam is^reached, that hue preventive, llnstettcr's^Moinach Hitters, Is used by person* of a^rheumatic tendency, inucn unnecessary^suffering Is avoided. Nervines, anodynes^and sedatives, while having none hut a spe^^cific cited, are yet very desirable at times.^Vet can the) produce no lasting effect on^rheumatism, BfBBSUS they have no power^to eliminate trom the blood the rheumatic^virus. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters does^this and cheeks 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. Rheumatism, It should^he remembered, is a disease with a fatal^tendency from it- prom ness to attack the^heart. A resort to the hitlers should,^therefore, be prompt. Dyspepsia, kidney^complaint malaria and nervousness are re^^lieved by It.
WinterExcursions to California.
Onthe )5th day of every month the^Northern Pacific Kailroad company will^sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and^return at $75; to Los Angeles and return,^HW. These tickeU have an extreme limit^of alx months from date of Issuance, and^can he used going any time within slaty^i'Ml) days from date of sale. Stop-overs al-^lowed at any i- ;t dt sired^either going or^r turning^within limit of ticket. Kx-^o irslonlsts have choice of two routes from^p n land h) steamer, or by rail, via the^famous Mount Shasta route.
HearIn mind that the Northern Pacific Is^the only line running through sleeping and^dining cars to the Pacific coaal.
A.li. hToht ^, (General Agent
NiwYou.Psh U. Bar sllrar.Wf*.^Cop par Hull BBtf stroagar; lake, February,^|MJfc
l*ad-W^*ker and ^|ulet; BjMBtt*;
Tba-^r* bad aaotber Inning lo the sloe*^market to-day and ^^^^ r^ti.lntf ylehlafl to tha^SBSHBH brought BJBlBat s%B Usr, aJtboogh tba^unly mark#d dedlne were In gran^**r eU^ kt.whlrb^ax** still the nioet valnerabla apot Id the list I be re^wtaasuddaD drive u.vic atralnet Puliinan and^the stork tnrukf over eix points and ne*^r folly^recovered the loea. ^urtliwe^terii tieraiue tbe^v*^*aS BjbjBbM In IBB afternoon and was fullowed^hy I nion I'aelBc and Bjl anatUvn stia'ea, among^BjBiaB WSBBBSBSt SBsalB losaeat, Illinois ^ entrai^loelnK and the ott.ers mhi l^r am junta Ttie^market rloeed a^tlv^ and iSMBfl at generally frar-^ttone t^elow last evening s figures. Government^hondeduU ttut flrm.
I'etroieuuionened steady atand closed
Government^...nds. 4s, 1^*V1'^. North
SffBI'act Ac, 'JT., preferred, Bttsi Oregon Navl^gadon,Oregon ImprovemHat, 'U^ , Trans-
o.ntlnentai,-'S . fnlon Perlflr.
Moneyon call easy nfr-' r'rlme mer^SaasssS 1'ape.r, ^W'. Merlin^ etrhanire dull and^ateady. sixty day bills. $|sa, demand, $4
I'HicaitoFab. V4 * atUe Hao*lpta LBB}|^weak, shade I wer; rtiok* to e^tra lawvea.^$4 :t*tiA To; st*^ere, % . i^sj^^4.iu; enxaers and^tenders %i t'tL St 7'esas steere, $v nU
Uotrs-ItMelpu, ^4,ii^' fairly artlv% I'SftlV^lower, ml ted $4 4.'^*4.T'l, heavy, |4 l'^^4 ^^(,^llgbt. |4 ^^i* SU.
hheej.I(ere|[,te, ^,^o, weak; V. lower na-^Uvea. | SR; weaUro torn fed, 14 Ha^t.TO. Tes^as, $ ls% B
(air*a-.. Fab. M. -Cloaa-Wheat Steady,^raab.fi 0S\.^I'urn Firmer; casb, A%, Mai 1 . , Mar.
dale-Htealy . rash, S^. Slav,^fork Kasy. cash, $11 J'. M-rcb, $11 H|^May, $11 BBH,^Lard K out nu-k^ ^ caah and March,
Tie-lini'ort BMM sj I'Miifving ttjf aBaaMlCSS^^not BBSBBsBBssltSsl, tsf v\ MMNbI BBfl^Blssd fSSJ SBBBSB enjoy |ags| t.'-.ilili.
Atthis ISSaswB Bcaisf StCfy SSaS BSSdlS s^y^.^\ in* bsMbB to fi'ii ify, v ii diss, sad sartcB^the Mood, and llowJ ^ s o- ;^:.rillB Is Vortstf^your sMaMtSMsBSB] U in SSt aUaf lu Ui ^t It^slrengthtus ami ImiUN ni'tl,^ ^\ i-ci.irests!^BB BBBSBetBi and sSMS U S 'ii.'- Iksa, wl.iiv^It cradle;iti'h ^!^*^^;^*..^. tin.- n :t 1i. il.
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IOODoses One Dollnr
M.0 Ash by B to., nlalntlffs, vs. 0 J. Muefee,^defendaiit
TuIm* sold at sheriff s sale at (be Arkley ranrh,^near W.^lf rreek, Montana territory, on Friday,^Feh. ^t, lHHtt, kt lOo'rlook a. m , of said day, all^tbe light, title and Intereat that the defendant. ('^J mueten, baa lu and iu the following d- e'-rlhed^i-ro^rty, situated In Lewie and i larbe touni),^Montana territory, t ^-wlt
Oneheiitlrk hay t rees,
^owt^a^ horse, bramled ^' -I rlicbt bin,
^ne^^ rrel horse, ibo hrand seen).
^ne Ulai k rolt, star on forehead.
Onegrey bore* (aa trend seen),
Twonay work ^ ^^^.
onehay Iktu1, diai hrand left
Onej .^li.,' r*rt,
Twant)Ave cows, steers and calves -more ur^leasi.
CatAS M JirPBBJB^sheriff l-ewls and Clarke ^ounty, Montana Terrl
KD ['.'-. attorney for |daintlfns, Ueorge^hhalton and A ^ Hotkln rof defendant,^hated Helena, M.tot,. Feb It, lwn.
rropoaals for Field Seeds
r.h. i'. ias sksth a, *^('How iMMffi M^^ntuia, 1 -- ^ (^sealed |troposals endorse ^1'ropoaals tor Kleid^heeds ' and addressed lit trie und^rf at ( row^Agency, Mont , will he received at this s^enry^ii mil one o'^ Ux k of Feb. 1^-*. f^^r f rr.lt- Mux^and delivering at the ( row Ages**, MmnI , ahuut^n^'iinda aeed SOSBJ l\aai |.onn^is seed oata.^iSyBSyasaMMBlBSSB potaUe's. !,^^^^ |.,,unds aaed^w asal
BHTIP'Sli ( III KS.
I'n' 11 ttld must Ik* accompanied hy a rertined^check on aonte U^ B, # ooellory for at least 5 \mr^(ent ^^f the amount of the pro|^u^als, whb h ^ heck^ur d aft will t^ei to tbe V. B. In rase any
'bliler or b dders receiving an awanl shall fall to^bflkBptfl SSssSaSS acimtrart with . ^^^^\ and sufB-^i le t sureties, otherwise to returned to Mie^^BBSS
Forfurther Information apply to the under^slened.
Kf BUBOOB,^I'. H. Indian Agent.
NoticeIs herelty tflven that the co partnership^heretofore eilstlnw t^eiween the underslgneti,^under the Arm name of Keirhum A heNo-dlle, ts^this day dissolved hy inutnal consent
JUUM^'. hi.I' m w,^k. hhNolKl.LK.
NoticeIs bereh* given that the undersigned^have ibis day entered Into a co-uartnersh'p uoiier^the 0riu name of Ketcbum, I^eNoellle a ^ o t he^firm aasnme all liaiillltlea and collects all assets^du^ the old flrm ol Ketchum A Ile\oe||le
J.r. kk i ^ ill M.^k W I'h m m Kl I K^^ K. Oi k 1'v'll KlL
TbeCnlou I 'a- ' railway eompany will^sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Council Uluffs, Omaha, SL .losepli, LbBSJ^en worth aud Kansas City from Jan. a) in^j'^. inclusive, for $40 for the round trip^good ninety days from date of sale.
A.K. Vkazik, Agt,^1^ N Main ht
Cur*for dick Haaaacha.^If you want a remedy for biliousness,^pimples In the face, snd a sure cure for^sick headache, aak H. S. Hale .v Co., the^druggists, tor a free sample of Dr. (iunn's^Liver 1MI1S. OlAy one for a dose; full box^26 cents.
CoiAstni's,O.Feb. 11^ Owing to the^continued rush of creditors the Ohio A^Western railway at noon made an assign^^ment to Gen. A. Hall.
BbertJ h Sals.
NathanVtstal, plaintiff, vs O M Nunner. da^feadant
Tobe sold at sheriff's sale at tbe front do tr of^laasaart aoaSi. tS Helena, Montana Terriu^r^,^on Wednesda^, the sixth day of March. A. P.^1HHU, at IS t.'ctock. noon, of aaturday, all the rltfht,^title and Interest that the defendant, t). M I on^ner, haeln aud to the following descrltted real^SMBSStf eltiiau^d la l^ewis and l larka conaty,^Montaaa territory, to wit:
TkeJiiiiiIhi lode mlnloit i lalm, sPoate. ijlntr^and ttelng in Ten Mile unorgaalsed nilulnir els^trlct I ewl and Clarke ^Mon ana terrl
tory,the discovery shaft b lng situated on tbe^east side of l^n Mile crweg between said rn**k^and the county r a i and a boat INi BMB a'tora the^saSBB of eald Ten Mlla rreek, county road and^road ISSSBBfl thence to J II KuseeH's cam a, and^at^oat a mile above the moatb of beaver iraek^and betwaen the Ossael 1^m1h itn the north and the^Keyue lode on the aouth. which said ntinlntc^t lalm Is ore nartt ularlv descrllMMt In thenotltw^of location thereof fllaii f.tr re^ ord In the nfil. m of^the* lerk and recorder of Lewis and ^ larks conn^t^.M.T., on the SSt| oay of Ket t-mber. a 1^^sSi, and recorded In h. ok II of loBS Lt^atlons^at p^4.e 7 of tbe re t^rde of said cont ty, as fol^lows, to wit rta^nnlntc at a stave set flrnly la^ihe irmui.d, tshlt h stake eian^U In tt.e west end^llneoftlu claim, about laiSS (Bl feet wast from^dlecorery hole, on which etake a notice of this^location Is posted, and running tbencw nortl.erlr^feat to a stake marked ^A' northwest coiner^Jumbo IimIv, tltema westerly along trta aoolh side^line l^io feet to a a'ake marked ^B' i ortheast^corner J untt o lode, thencw - * - u ^ ti-^i t v along the^east end line m feei u^ a stake marke^1 * t ' south^east orner Jambo lode, thence westerly alone^tha south side line lvm (feet to a i-take marked^**U,^ balnu a bewed stumi^ marked ^ti^ s^^uib^weat corner J umho liMle, thence n^^rth^rl^ n^i feet^to the place of hegianlnu*
Alsotba Kef us quaitr. lode mining claim, site^ste. lyb if and bela* la Ten Mile unOffSBUsMl^n latBB ^l-tr ct, UswtS and Clarke o^naty, M n^ta'ia terrlto y, deslKnated as lot No. IBB, and am^hrac4r.ii twelve hundred and twenty seven t^^^STt^linear feat In len^r'ti along said Keyus lode or vein^and more esritrularly sat forth and de*crl*^*d lo^snrvsy No Vut In the sBsSS olsuneior general of^Mo'.taaa tenm^ry aa follows, t.- wit Bsclnnfog^at tbe southwest corner lor corner N'o. I from^which the tnltlvl point No. * for survey In town^^ship No. * north of range No \ weot, Montana^territory. Waring touth ^1' 43 9u* aw at, BBfl |^feet to Initial point No ii, thenca north I l* east^^iisl fast to corner No t, theme n ^rth If' u east^/TO feet t'i corner No 1, thence north ^** 11 east^'eel feet to corner N t 4, thenc* south \* || wast^SM feet to corner No. ft] thence soath SB* H west^ISBf feet to ihe place of heulnalni, containing In^all 1 tS acras. ail of which Is m^ re folly set f^^rtti^aad deacrlhedon ibe official plat of -a lo w S^In the of re of the surveyor general ^^t Montana^terrlt ^rr, on the SSth dav of October. \. U 1KS4,^to whlcn -aid Dial roferer.ee Is hereby made, to-^neth ^r with all the dtps, spurs, anRlea, and aleo^all the metais.^res, go d and altver hearlni; BBSSti^rock and earth therein and ^ll the rluhta, prhll^SSJBS BBS franchisee tbertunto loclden' append,^ant and app'irwnant or therewith a'ually bad and^enj tyed, and also all aad slQk-ular tbe tenements,^hereditament* and ap|^iirt*ranree tuereunto bo-^Inn^dng or In aaywlae appertaining
(HA^. M. JKrPBKts,^sheriff Lew la and Clarke county, Montana Taril^lory.
Datedthis litb day of Feb . A. IV im.
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
DHaignatHtiDepoHitory of ih**^I hi'.-l StatHB.
i'aid- Up OaplUl - $600,000^Burplua and Profits- 600,000
T.H. KlbinbchmidtAm*t Taahler
Obo.H. HillSecond AaH't Caahler
8.T. Hatiaer.John C. Curttn,
A.M. Hotter.K. 8. Hamilton,
Oranvllle.Stuart, C P. Hlffglna,^K. W. Knight, A.J. UbvIh,^T. H KlHlnafhmMt. Henry U. Parchen,^T. C. Power.
OlaMffl HANKING BuBin^B
transacted . fT^Interest paid on Uma depcailtB
Paidm Capital - - $150,0C0^Surplu* and Profitl - 140,000
L.H. HERSHFlFLD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD.Cash'r.
904ft0Of 01 Ht C TORS
THOIIAB' H' hS, M HAN Da,^B ^. HiNTIKY,W U NIl'HOLAB,
AJ DAVIOHUM,MOHBH MOHHIB,
I.M UBstbUriBLlJ, A. HKKHrJKI BLD^W U UUUNALU
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
a.J. DAVIDSON. Howard sibkbb. b. f. wbiti. thob. j davidboii.
Presldoatvica I'roaldent.Traaaorer, SacraUr;.
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui^lion. Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit^^Left for a Specified Time,
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
Ii.fl. Phkmv, Vlce-Prea. and Act. Caah'r
A.^i. Cl.AHKK,^li. K. (iAl.KN.
C.W.Cannon,8. Oa Ahhby,
Hkkman(tANB,^Pktkh Larson,^R. C Wallack.^1.1^. MtCm iiKnN.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
ofHK1.KNA^lnrori^urated I'nder tha Lawa of Muntana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.II. CAKTKKVic^ hsslilBl
AUowh6 per cent. Intereat on Savings^Uepoeite, compounded January and July.
No.m South Davis Street.
PO.Isb MB, BMaSSML M.T
1'uMlrhullcllnt;e, c hurrhes and dwelllDK booaaa^1.m , .t-nUhi In the loteat ^t^ Is
Willfurnish dHsttfns. Dororated Hod. W A.^Clark's aad M J Talhot's realdnncea, Uutte.
Hrra( h work and UmbosotKl Urnaniantatlon,^i specialty
No.12 Warren St.
Lato*otWastern I'nlToralty, Fa Room 0 Gold^Block.
HAVBNKVBK UBRN^KOl'AL TO l'KKrt^BNT MAKB.
M0K B I'OI'I'lA |^THAN BVBK.
Mrrt, Medlnm and^Bxtra Louk
Heat^.. .,u an* Cheapest for^Quality.
NTSals hy KAI.KIUH A CLARKB. Helaoa^Mont.
KMKi-.n I \ v v ^^ a co, Boseman. Mont^MlasotLA MKKi'ANTILI ru., Mlaaoola,^Mont.
Thomaon.Langdon. a Co.. Now York
t as i v ih ^ Nsa^tlr^t .. Beit M
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Jobbersand Dealers in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
BainWagons, WhitMey Steel MOWEBB and Binders, Cham-^pioo Mowers, Bonanza, Tiger, and Hollingsworth Hay Kak^s,^Oliver Chilled and Moline Steel Plows, the Flying Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CommonHarness of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagon-, Carts, Buckboards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Ihave (tarried out the very best work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to me in the shortest time and give^clients the benefit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference, in time.
Acompetent superintendent always at hand.
AM.HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
DBALB KM IN-
MiningMacWnery anil Railway Supplies.
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) MABKBT.
Agent*for Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam Pumps,
TbeHelena Steam Heating and Supply Cr
PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
OK STEAM HEATING ATPARATUS.^JOBBBHt* IN
Mine^d V m BoppllM. Iron Plp^ ud rlt-iw, BrsM Uood*. PI ambers', Uu ind Ht**m Klttsn
203# 0am St.
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacific Kailroad depot, Helena
JNO. T. MURPHY ^ CO.,
AM) DBA LB KB I*
LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCX
MININGSUPPUB8 OF ALL KINDS.
BBNHkBLBIN, ProHdeM.T. U. Bi.aiNBeU B11TI', Prsssuxsr.
T.U HICHAHDB, V\cs PrMldMl.BAM'L L BIL-VBHMAN, ttr'^ * ^+*n ^ Mu i
HELENA, - - MONTANA
OFFICEAND WORKS NEAR DEPOT.
Or of AM Kinds Umslsi^Monttns B^mpllnt Works
P.O. BOX r.w
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ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest L#eading Hotel. Has the very Best Accom^modations in the city. Rates Reduced; $2 pe. r.ay ani^upwards, according to location of rooms.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^. CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T ,
WholoeaKandRetail OeaUora In
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Hone And Mule 3b job. Horse Malls,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Ooods,^Hose. BeltlDR. Tlnuer's Stook, Force aud Lilt Pumps.
OasPipe and Plttluga, Carpenters' Tooti
aoisAV^nts tor in^ OsiabrtiN
SUPERIOR^and Famous ^ACORN
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
AndW. Q Plabers Olnolnnatl Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ioe Cbests, Water Coolers.^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, Glaa*^and (lueensware, English and American Cutlerv^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Good* m
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods. Kto , Ur
WIOLESALKAND RETAIL STOCK UK GOODS IV v;
Org.rsfrasa tha Osunir, aoiisitM sns ^^^^^.^ Prompt AitMlion sna m
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HavingIsjaaM the two appr floor* of the David eon Mock and connected the same wltk oar already^Immense salesrooms, we now occupy four entire floors ettondlng through tbe whole Mock frn^^^ tarksun u^ Main street, stocked throughout with goode of every grade and at prices that defy coaps^^Utlon. Bvery purchsaw made btk1ctlt FOK CAHU DIRBCTLY FROll KIRMT UANDb sail^shipped In CAR LOAUH ONLY. Aa sxanilnation of goods and comparison of prices solicited.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MERCH ADISE
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS. FITES, WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
sheeppelts ^ furs a specialty.
101,Ml.l v 105S^eoudSt North.MINNEAPOLIS. MINT
Itipmriia Solicit* d
Writefur ^ irculara.
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
4ssommsnsd by Minora, Ballroaa Oontrastora, ana MsBMBB bv tha pubiis m gsns'si as la^Btroncast, Bafaat snd Baat of all high eaploalvaa.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
OBNHhALAOBNTH. HE1LBNA MONTANA.
rstO V M. Ooombs )
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corren^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
Tomake room for stock to arrive I will sell Carpets at cost^for 30 days.
Gha .Lighting. Hurglar Alarms, Door HellH, An
Seethem In operation. Model making and repairing of Sewing llachlnee and^small machinery a Hpeclalty. DENTAL QOODB IN STOCK.
With0. T. MOKR8U., Israsl Block, Clors;nt
OfAll Grades and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St,
ThePioneer ol the Great West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TbeOldeet, Host Reliable, Leading Klrst-clam Hotel Id the Territory
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONEDOOR NORTH OP THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL