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AN IRREPARABLE LOSS.
PRESIDENT OAKE8' CIRCULAR
HePays a High Tribute to the Star^Worth of N. D. Root-Local^Railroad Notes.
luimsdtat*.*after the funeral of the late^N. I). Boot, President Oases laauad. the^following circular: ^'On the afternoon of^the 13th Instant, at Taroma, Wub , In the^discharge of his duties, Mr. N. D Root, as^^sistant areneral superintendent, was fatally^Injured and survived but a few houra.
^I'dIs a previous loss* personal and^official, and is scarcely leas keenly felt by^the undersigned and other aaaoclates of the^deceased than by the bereaved family;^while to the Northern Pacific Railroad^company It *eeros almost irreparable.
Mr.Root entered the employ of tha^company In December, 1881, as chief dis^^patcher of tut* Minnesota division at Hraiu^erd, having previously served the Michi^^gan Central and other companies in simi^^lar capacities. Ills eicelleut uualttles of^mind and heart were soon discovered by^bis new employers, and he was^in the following year given^the title of train master, and^lu-lHSS that of assistant superintendent.^A vacancy occurtog in May, 1887. he was^appointed superintendent of the Montana^dividlon and tranches, but In the following^fall returned to assume the full title of su^^perintendent nf Minnesota and Wisconsin^division snd branches, this In many res^^pects being the most responsible office of^that grade OSJ the line. In December, ML^ha was selected for the office of assistant^general manager in charge of middle divi^^sions by reason of his eminent fitness for^siic.u preferment, and on Feb. 1 insL, under^a reorganization of the operating depart^merit, his title was changed to aaslstant^general superintendent. Involving mater^Inlly extended jurisdiction and response^bUiitsjs,
Whitethe Ion of so estimable a husband^and father, so amiable an associate and^friend, so ffticient an officer, is sincerely^auouruwl, It should be a source of consola^^tion to his family and others that his pro^fessional success- was well earned, and that^his character and career were not only^above reproach, but are to be remembered^with pride and satisfaction.
T.P Oak eh,^President and General Manager.'
TbfiHeelder ^ anyon Rous*.
Sentinel:The party under Messrs. For^shay and Mclienry, division engineers of^the Northern Pacific railroad, which left^here last November, are now on their re^^turn to this place on a survey via the Jeff^^erson canyon. Friday morning they were^surprised to find a party of Union Pacific^engineers and graders at work on the old^Utah Northern grade near the mouth^^f the Houlder river. What this^movement on the part of the Union Pa^^cific la. can only be surmlaed, hut In all^probability they are golog to make strenu^^ous efforts to keep the Northern Pacific^from using the canyon, the latter In places^leaving barely room for one road, let alone^two, unless one of the two roads Is placed^at a great expense In river crossings.
TheNorton Pacific engineers will be^here In a Its w weeka if everything works in^a smooth manner.
Froma reliable source It was stated yes^^terday that in ih- construction department^of the Northern Pacific the advisability of^adopting the Pipestone paas for tiie new^branch Into Kutte is under discussion, with^fair prospects of this line route being de^^cided upon. In this event the Koulder and^Gallatin receatly staked out will probably^be abandoned. Some Immediate action^will be taken, however, aa a short line to^Butte for the transportation of Rocky Fork^coal will soon have to be constructed.
Col.F. M Malone, stock inspector of the^Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul, arrived^last night to celebrate the admission of^Montaua.
Themany frlenda of Conductor W. E.^Preston, who had charge of the train run^^ning between here and |llope, will hear^with regret that he will probably lose the^sight of one or both eyes. His case U a^very sad one, considering bis youth. Ha^la receiving the beat of care at m Peter's^hospital, and among his constant attend^^ants is a young lady to whom he^If engaged. ills trouble aroae^from grau ulatlon of the ey el Ids.^About two weeks ago an op-^aratlon;was performed by a local oculist^which had an effect for the woree. Ue^feels his loss greatly, which adda to the^sadness of the case. The chief surgeon of^the Northern Pacific Is expected to arrive^to-day for the purpose of visiting Mr. Pres^^ton and looking into his caae.
ChiefEngineer Kendrlck did not accom-
Panyhupt. Ainlieas reported. From St.^aut he sent a dispatch to Agent McCatg^at Hutte, tendering the services of a corps^of Northern Pacific engineers to make the^survey of the Pipestone Paas. The Hutte^board of trade promptly refused the offer.^Their reason for this is given that they^don't propose r ^ take an) cuances on hav^^ing what they termed ''another doctored^report^ submitted CM this route. They will^employ their own engineers.
GeneralSuperintendent Alnslie and M^C. Kimherly left on last evening's delayed^Northern Pacific train. The new aaslstant^superintendent Is being made acquainted^with bis duties by Mr. Alnslie. Their tour^will extend to Portland, at which point Mr.^Kimberly's Jurisdiction ends. It Is with^no small degree of Interest that the em^^ployes along the line are awaiting the de^^velopment of Mr. Ktmberly's policy.^Whether he will make any changes has not^been given ut, but It Is supposed he will.
JosephMcCabe, chief dispatcher of the^m Paul division of the Northern Pacific,^has in i ii promoted to superintendent of^the division to succeed Mr. Klmberly, whs^succeeds Mr. Root as assistant general sup^^erintendent
ItIs understood that the Northern Pacific^A Manitoba Railway company, which Is^the Northern Pacific In Manitoba, will ap^^ply to the dominion government for a char^^ter to build into the province of Assiua^bolne.
Arrangementsare being perfected In St.^Paul for seven Raymond excursions over^the Northern Pacific next summer for tha^Yellowstone Park and Pacific coast
Superintendentof Motive Power Small^and Traveling Engineer Rltchteen of the^Northern Pacific were In town laat night^an their way to the east
A.P. Frye, of the Lake Shore A Michi^^gan Southern, arrived yesterday.
W.J. Footner. of the Montana Central,^returned from St. Paul yesterday.
W.K. Jaffray, of the Grand Trunk rail^^way, Is at the Grand Central.
HHaskell, maater mechanic at Mlaaoula,^is in thj city.
J.D. Menden ball, of Duluth, Is aaeJn in^the city.
Lettersfor the following persons remain^uneal I ad for at the Helena, M.T., postofflee^en ^ei^. 21. In calling for them pleaae aay^^advertised.
ok.Nrik.MKS l list.
Allard,Alfredliemis. E P.
Black.G H.tilanchard, A. O.
Borlase.Jos.I low den, A. L
Boll.WilliamIlritton, J. M.^Brackett, William Starr
Bruckner.HenryItuchholz. H. C. M.
Ballard.Witl F.Butler, John
Carr,John H.Cam mans, Chaa.
Chisholm,An heyClark, T
Clark.T. LUlarke, K ^^Combs, T. L.
Connelly,J. H.Coyle, Frank
Cormack.AdamCramer. J. C. ^t
Currie,Geo.Davis, C. A.^Desmond, Humphrey Dlebold, Joaeph
Jersey,liDurnen. E. P.
Duval,J. C.i)UDn, J.mst
BFay Ed Z.
Fuhr,FerdinandGarrt t, W. H.^G'^^n, Harrison 11. Gallntek. Felix
Uough,F. afGrorenor, W.
Hancock,Jaa.Havca, P. H
Higgard.Wm.Hall. N. S.^Hedin, August ft) Heydoo, Aaa T.
Jackson,ft. C.Jennings, J. A.
Jenson,AkselJohnson, John t.
.lansson.N. J.Keasier, L.
King.Cbarley H.Koeanletn, Fred
Kuhn,C. G.Larson. K. K.
Lawrence,JackLeandfraon, M. A.^Liens tens tein, at li Lorsns, HeisaaU
Logan.C. W.Lundgran. at J.
Maxwell,T. D.^Martin. Q. W.^Menard. Israel
Mitchell.L. U. Dr.^Miller, John L^Mouusey, Honore^Mc^eniie. K. H.^Mclntyre,L H.^McDonald. Donald^Newburn, Wm.^Nelson. Kver
Medley,George^Miller, Christ^Moore, fa. J.^Mundy. Thaddeus 3.^McKlnnell, G.^McFadden. Hugh^McCowed. 1. M.^Mearborn, Frak^Northorer, A. O.^O'Connor^Husband nf Frances (FConner.^O'Grady. James Olaon, C. F. (t)^Olson, John F. Oleaon, Klmer K.^Olsan, Alberto'Regan, Wm.
Pederaen.Johannes Pilling, James^Ramsey, saiu'l T. Reynolds, A. R.^Reld. FrancisRivers, Arthur
Richards,H. ^ Riley, O. W.^Ryan, W. KRyan, Michael
Sanders,James Sawyer. Charley^Mtwyer, Alson Sable. Roger^schoman. August .Sing Charley^Slmmonds. Matthew Shaneabrolch, Peat^Smith, H. IISnodgraas. Oliver
spitgelberg, W. 8. SUckney, R. M. A Co.^strobe), JohnStrowbrldge, Thoa. 2
Mrand,Lewes Sullivan, Thomas^Sundt John Andreaasen^Sullivan, Daniel
Thomas.Charles^Turner, Chaa.^Walrath, Saml W^Wells, L. G.^Wlniklo, Oliick^Wilson, Francis^Wood, H F.
Ulricb.John C.^West, Charles^White. F. W. C.^Wilson, John^Wollman, S.^Wooakt, John
AHew, L. Mrs.^Brenon, Bessie Miss^Cullum, Carrie Mrs.^Fischer, Ell Mrs.^Fitzpatrick. Anna^Uarvey, Clara Miss^lllggins. Mary K.
Bechitel.Julia Miss^Brown, Minnie Mrs.^Kdmuuds, Rose Mrs.^Kraier, H. A. Mrs.^Gleeson, Ellen Mrs.^Ilolden, M. C. Mrs.^Hubb, Nellie Mrs.
Kennedy,Sophie Mrs. Martensou, Llasv^Madden, Anna Mts. Munton. Mary Mrs.^McCafferty, Jno. Mrs.McKinsie, Katy,^Olson, Kmma Mrs. Ratle, Lile Mrs^smith, Mattie K. MissWells. Minnie Miss^White, Hugh Mrs. White, H. L Mrs.
C.D. CvRTit, P. M.
ATerrible Mlefortuns.^It Is a calamity of the direst kind to feel^that one's physical energlea are falling In^the prime of life^to feel more nerva eas,^more dispirited, weaker every day. Tet^this is the unhappy lot of hundreds who^surround us. A source of renewed strength^which science approves. In behalf of which^multitudes of the debilitated have and are^every day testifying, and which. In count^^less instances, has nullt up constitutions^sapped by weakness and Infirmity and long^unbenefltted hy other means, surely com^^mends itself to all who need a tonic Hoa-^tetter's Mornach Bitters is such a medicine^^pure, botanical, soothing to the nerves,^promotive of digestion and a fertilizer of^the blood. Dyspepsia and nervousness^^the first a cause, the second a consequence^of lack of stamina^depart when a course^of the Bitters is tried. All kinds of ma ar^lal d mease, rheumatism, kidney and bladder^trouble, constipation and biliousness are^annihilated by this standard family medl^cine.
SanFranciaco and Los Angelas Excur^^sion Rates.^On January 16th and the same date each^month thereafter, the Uniou Pacific rail^^way company will sell eicuraion tickets to^San Franciaco at the following rates from^Helena. Going and returning via Ogden,^^75; going via Ogden and returning via^Portland (either by rail or steamer between^San Francisca and Portland) or vice versa,^$90. Los Angeles and return, going via^Ogden and returning same, psk. Tickets to^the above points Include side trips, Ogden^to Salt Lake City and return. All the^above tickets are good sixty days golng.ex-^treine limit six month* from date of sale^and allow stop-over privileges In both di^^rections within tha limit Through Pull^^man cars between Helena and Pocatello^via the Montana Central and Butte, leaving^Helena daily at 7:20 a ro.
A.E. Vrafib,^Trav. Paaa. Agt, 28 N. Main at.
Dr.Bo-au-ko.^In bis new discovery for consumption, suc^^ceeded In producing a medicine which la^acknowledged by all to ba simply marvel^^ous. It Is exceedingly pleasant to the^taste, perfectly harmless, and doea not^sicken. In all caaea of consumption,^coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup,^bronchitis and pains in the cheat It has^given universal satisfaction. Dr. Bosan-^so*s Cough and Lung Syrup Is sold at 10^cents by It. s. Hala A Co.
Itchingpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^form, aa well aa blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to tha applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acta directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the Intense^Itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cent*. Address The Dr. Bosanko^Medicine company, Piqua, O. Sold by K.^S. Hale A Co.
ABare Care for Tlloa.^Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment baa^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointments hava failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays tha Itching at^once, acts aa a poultice, gives Instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment la^prepared only for pilea and Itching af tha^private parts, and nothing else. Bvery^box Is warranted. Said by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, so rents^and SI per box. Sold by R. K Hala * Co.,^Helena.
Thebeat salve In tha world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tettar, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, andpoaitiveiy^cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guar^^anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^money refunded. Price 21 cents per box.^For sale by K. S. Hale A Co.
Car*for Siek Hssdschs.^If you want a ramedy for blllousneaa,^pimples In the face, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask K. 8. Hale A Co., the^druggists, tor a free sample of Dr. Gunn's^Liver PUla. oiHy ona for a doae; full box^^ MSJtfc
Ihave used St. Patrick's Pills.^ says^Mr. J. Reynolds, of Mayfleld, Ky.. ^and^pronounce them superior to any I hava^ever before uaad. 1 do not hesitate to rec^^ommend them, knowing than to be reli^^able.^ They are thorough, yet gentle In^their action and leave the system in splen^^did condition. As a catharthlc, or for dis^^orders of the liver, St Patrick's Pills hava^no equal. For sale by U. M Parehan.
Personstroubled with rheumatism shonld^try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One appli^^cation will ceaae the pain, and Ita contin^^ued uae baa cured many caaea of chronic^and mflamitnry rheumatism that had re^^sisted other remedies and aven tba treat^^ment of the best physicians. Price 10 eenta^per bottle. For sale by H M. Pareben A
Chamberlain'sCough Remedy Is famous^for its prompt and effectual cures of coughs^and colds. Tba most severe eold may be^loosened and relieved br a few doses of^this valuable remedy. For aala by U. M.^Pareben A Co.
HELM*.,Oct 7, 1M7.
1waa suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of tha beat phvslclans^In Helena, whoae prescriptions failed to^relieve me, 1 became alarmed, and at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's Kngllah Remedy for coughs, and^after taking it according to directions was^completely cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend it.Jacob Switzeh.
Ihad a racking cough and inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and waa entirely enred by It I^consider It a never failing remedy for a^cough.J. FBLDBBBe)
Acker's^ngllsh preparations are for sale^tn Helena only bv R. A Hala A Co.
Doyon feel dull, languid, tow-aririted, Hfa-^leaa, and ludtMK-rlnably miserable, both pbyai-^celly and mentally; experience a sense of^fultueas or bloetlug after eating, or of ^goo**^ness,^ or empUtiaas of stomach In the murn-^ing, tongue coated, bitter or bad taste In^nniitb. irregular appetite, dUzlnees, frequent^headache*, blurred e^ ealg ht,^ Moat lug specks ^^be for* the eyea, nervous prostration or ex^^haustion. Irritability of temper, hut Hushes,^aiteruatiuf with cblUr sensations, sharp,^btuiur, transient pains bare and there, ooM^feet, drowalneaa after meals, wakeful urea, or^llaturbed and uurvfreehlngr alevp. constant.^Indescribable foeilug of dread, or of Impend-^Inv calamity
Ifyou bave all, or any considerable number^of these symptoms, you are suffering from^that most common of American maladlee -^Bilious hyspephia, or Torpid Uver, aseociated^wltb Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Tba more^ooraplluaud your disease has become, tha^greater the number and dirt-ratty of symp^^toms. No matter whet stave tt has reat bed,^Dr. IMercv'e 4.oldcn Mnliml Ulecu% ery^will subdue It. I taken according to dlrec-
gitmsfor a reasonable length of time. If not^ured, complications multiply and I'onsuujp-^UonoMbel.unga.Sklu Uiesmace. Heart Dieeoea,^Kheutnatiam, Klduey Dleases, or other grave^maladlee aie gulte liable toect In aud, sooner^or later. Induce a fatal termination.
Dr.Pierce's Uoldait Medical Dis^^covery acta powerfully upon the Liver, and^through that great blood - purifying organ,^MBMBBI the system of all blood-taints and Im^^purities, from whatever cause arielug. It is^.ijualJy efficacious in actiug up. n the Kid^^neys, snd other excretory organs, cleansuig.^Strengthening, and healing their diseases. As^an appetUmg, restorative tonic. It promotes^digestion sua nutrition, thereby building up^both Mesh and streugtb. In malarial districts,^this wonderful medicine has gained gnat^celebrity in curing Fever and Ague, ChlUa and^Fever, numb Ague, and kindred diseases.^Dr. Plerce'a Uolslen MedleaU Die-
froma common Hlotch, or Eruption, to the^worst Hemfula. 8nlt-rheum, '* Fever-sorea,^^Scaly or Hough 8kIn, In short, all diseases^caused by tiad blood are conquered by this^powerful, purifying, and Invigorating medi^^cine, (treat Kating Ukx-ra rapidly heal undar^Its benign influence. Bspeclally has It mani^^fested Ita potency In curing Tetter, Eczema,^Erysipelas, Holla, Parbunclea, Sore Eyea, Scrof^^ulous Sores and Bwelllngs, lllp-jotnt Disease,^^White Swellings,^ Uoltre, or Thick Neck,^and Enlarged Glands. Bend ten cents In^stamps for a large Treatise, with colored^plates, on Skin Dlaeaaea, or the same amount^for a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections.
'FORTHE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.
Thoroughlycleans^ It by using Dr. Pleree*s^^;oldcn Medical Discovery, and good^digestion, s fair akin, buoyant spirits, vital^strength and bodily health will be cetahlished,
whichIs Scrofula or Use lung*. Is arretted
andcured by this remedy. If taken in the^earlier stages of the disease. From its mar^^velous powor over this terribly fatal disease,^when flrat offering this now world-famed rem-^edy to the public. Dr. Pierce thought seriously^of celling it his ^Costsmmow Cpkb,^ but^abandoned that name as too restrictive for^a medicine which, from Ita wonderful com^^bination of tonic, or strengthening, alterative,^or blft^d-cle^nsJug, antl-billoua, pectoral, ana^nutritire propertiea, la uuequaied, not only^as a remedy for Consumption, but for all^Chronic Dlaeaaea of the
Liver,Blood, and Lungs.
ForWeak lAinga, Spitting of Blood, Short^^ness of (heath, (Tironlo Nasal Catarrh, Bron^^chitis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred^affections. It Is sn efficient remedy.
Soldbf Druggists, at $1.00, or HIx Bottles
teBend ten oenta In sisin ps for Dr. Pierce's^book on Consumption. Andreas,
odd'*Ditpnury Msdlcsl Association,
t^3 Hain m, ^l l l ^io, IV. V.
ATHELENA, M. T.
ONETO FIVE DOLLARS.
$60,000for SIM,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
Andloas Saadraa an J flftyihrsa otbar prlaaa la^cash to be awarded to Urkat boLders at a grand^dratrlQK to s^ bald at Mm* s Opera llouae, Hal-^aaa, Montana, bj the Montaaa lavaatmant Con-
faar,under the lamed lata aintervlslen of the^Ion. T, II Klalaerhuldt, ax Mayor of lielona^aad sasistaat cashier Klrat National bank; lion.^W. H, EeayvB, ax-Bsrur of ButU; Him J. M^Moment. Probata Jsdn of Laorla aad Clark*^conntr, Montaaa, and Hoa A. A. Ameo, Maror of^Minneapolis, Mlun
OneOread Prise coaslstlnn of the wall known^^bora Hooae. a magnificent brick hotel 1S*S4 feet^square, coTonag a (joarter block, with all modern^lmproremcnta, aad situated to Dee Moines, Iowa,^the great railroad center and caplt *1 of the state,^with s population of from bw.UOO to ^^,^IK^, valuea
1cash prise i^f r '^liri
Iwum BSJO IsBOO
90^^^ 100 la6,000
100^^ 10 i1,000
secureUcketa for the (irand Drawing Haturday,^March ^, IBM.
62,600Tickets at 16 Each, 1312,600.
Rememberthat the areeeso* of the Hoa. Oea-^Uemea whoae names occur la tble annoancement^aa commleeionero, le a guarantee of aheolnte fair^aeee sod lotegrltf, thet the chances are all eqsal^aad so one can poaalbl* tall what number will^draw a prise
ThaPlan of Drawing.
Thenumbers correepondlng wltb tboee on the^tickets, printed on separate - aide, will he placed^In ooe wheel. Tha 1M prlaee aimllarly printed^on separate cards will be plared In aaothor wheel^The wbeele win be revolved aad the ticket* thor^^oughly mlsed, aad a number win then be drawn^from (be wheel of aumbere hj a cbUd complete!^^hllndfolde*, aad at tha same time a prise will be^drawa from the oilier wheel by another child^completely hllndfotded. The numhere and prise*^drawn will be exhibited to the aodien-e and re^^late red br the committee, the eric* being placed^against the number drawn. This operation will^be repeated aatll all tba prises are drawn oat.
ThegTand drswing of the Montana Investment^Company for the Aborn House at Das Moleee,^and na raeb prtree ranging from |A,ono to 110,^will take publicly at Helena M. T , en Saturday,^March 80, ISSf.
Thedeed In eecrow.-Rsmember that the deed^to the capital prise, tba A bora Hone*, ts now la^escrow at the First National hank, Helena. M. T ,^ready to he turned over to the holder of the win^nlng ticket.
Howto Make Remittances:
Remitby Postal Note, Express,^Money Order, New York or^Chicago Exchange or^Draft
Siaal^ Wfcel* Tleketa$S o
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Beakaf ft Whole Tie h ete| 10 nsj
Rook#r id WMeleTlekeSa40 Oe
saek of tft Wh*l* Tleketa I ^^) UO
rinkTTeketa, I i ear a..
Apereea can order as many FIFTH TICK ITS^sa desired, six o* MrrenssT srasaaa
Forfarther information and ticksls address or^apply to
inMowT^a* IsTSsrsiBirr Cokpait,^Qrsad Cenuai Hotel Blora, Helena, M. T
WagonSheeu, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydtfemt styles of Wlmdow Awalags^and tho IsSsat Imswawad Sxaaree for oaajlaa.
Cowvan os* all klade sad widtke from 89 locoes^wide le ISO lorhae wide slwars la stock.
Theloses* impisiad Osmp woods^MAIN ST KB IT .... llin
Propooooto start for Hew York so pnrchase^tlprlng Goods wttbln a short tlsua, there^fore will offer
OverTen Thousand Dollars'
MILLINERYr FANCY GOODS.
UrealBargains will be offered in Iriuusd aad^I'otrlntued
Plushes65c per Yard.
Kid Qtovee. Embroidered Bocks. 76 eonts.
Goodsmust be eold within SU da)0 to make^room fjr Si'r'rn (ioods.
H.TONN,^I hurth Mai i St, Helena, Mont
(Successorto Johneen A King.)
HaootsifumUhaxl for Weddings,^Fuunrala. Balle, Bco, at Reason^^able Rataa.
Bftggagetranaf* rred to and from^^U imine to ail parts of - tuu olty.^0HA3. P. STUART Prop.
Office41 rami Central Motel. Telephone
l'nfermented and not^intox irating. Acta like^charm in all cases of Diar-^rhoaa and Pyaentery and all^stomach snd bowel troubles.^Grateful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescents. Uives^s delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or sods-wstsr.
Importedsnd bottled by^Mihalovitch, Flbtcbbb A Co.^CinoinnaU, v For sale by
J.SWITZSR, sols saent, Helena, Montana and^all wboleoale and retail Droggiato, Llqaor Dealers^and Wine Merchants s very where.
W.H. BAKER ^ CO.
LowPrices On Kid Gloves.
4Bntton Embroidered hacks, In Black to
4^ I'ndreosod 1.00
Ladlea'rollors, o cenU.
Bargainson unr ^ an ' 10 cent eonnters.
Ctruer Broadway and Warren 8tree'f^Opposite U. 8. iffsay oftVe,
TH08.0'BK1^N A HON, Props.
Mewl*PHtod aad Newly Farnlebod Uiroafr.boD(^Ladles and Uenta Hatha. Barbershop, Bar sad^Blllard Hall, wltb all Modem Improvements.
Withspecial accomodations for Commercial^Travel*
'BUSRUNS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS.
Allkinds of msrehandLss snd othet^freights, Including ores, promptly trsnsv^fnrred from depot.
Officest J. Feldberg-'s Store snd st the^depot. Orders will receive prompt at^tsntion.
ChemicalLaboratory.^J. T. OOVB,
OoldsodSilver $110 Ztne.00
Silverg Id and lead 8 0S Tin ^'
Laodi ^ Antlmoi.jft 0D
copper....1 60 Areenk SS
Silica1 Iff Iroa1 80
E.0. DUN 1 00.,
Forthe protection snd promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841^110 Offloa*.
OifiTBO8tatb8, Canada and Kubope^Manager of toe Montana IMstrtrt,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
MMcorner Sth avenue and Main Street
jasfsV Murray's Specific.
Jo-AyA giaranteed core for all nervous die^ffT-ilT **a^-s sack a* Weak Memory, ^1^f***1 .Bralo Power, Uveurlo. IIendsrso, Pole^aaaawaaWSj the Bark, Servoas Prootratlr^o,Wsko^fulneeo, Leocorrheea, C'atverool I^oosltodo. He ml^nol Weaknoos, Isinotoacv and genorol loos of^power of the fieoeratlve Orgeoo^ lo eltoer Sex,^ranoed hv lndlecretlftn or over exertion, and which^oltlfnatelv lead to Premature OU Age, Inoanltv^and Conenm plloa ffl s box or six hexes for $K^Sent hy moil on recefut of prlra. foil partlr.alars^la pamphlet, seat free to overv opplkaal-^We Gaarawtoe Sis
Kaosso^ Ht. ifo^For sale In nelena by H M P* oca as ^ Co
Whereas,oi the flrat meetlajr of the atorkhold^era of the llnmootaae Uold Mlolag ompaoy (Urn-^lied , ffxed hy the by lowo of said company, there^waoaet tsro-thlrds of the stock of sold ooapoay^which had been issued, reproewoted;
Now,therefore notice le hereby g^vea. that the^first anneal wenUoaof the Hosseetoke Gold Mis-^taircomnoov (Urolted^ will be hold at the offloa of^Carter 4 cloy berg, lo the city of Heleaa, Lewie^aad Clarke roantv, Mootaoo territory, on Boo-^doy, the Slot day of March, A. D ISSS, at 7 o'clock^p. si., for the perpoee of electlog Ave traoteee to^serve for iheensalag y*or, aad each other baol-^aess sowey properly coat a eefore each sase*lag^This sa sot log prcalled paraaoot lo toe hy lowo of^eold cots easy.
P.M Caaooevoo. Proolflent.^Athass- ^ J. CaoTsa, Socretarf
WEAKAdvice Trao I Hsw to Act I
mrHUtP* eoaoroTiMitaeeoal ^| t ^ ^. ,
Dr.Liebig ^ Co.
WillImi iu Meli us A prti Ut ts 7th^st Ptctttc Hot^*l, Main sit., siul st^the w iii.Nur iawawj Hutu,^Wan h 20th to HOth.
ofwdtosAlsnd Surgical Institute),^^01 suit S^e VYeet Uth St.. Ksuasa^City, Ho , sud 400 Gesry St..^Ssn Krsnclaco, Csl.
Fortho Treotmont uf all
Chronicl Surgical Diseases
Beetferllttl^^e, opparatus ana eqalpmeato for^succosoful trooimobt of eterv form oldleeaoere^i^ulrlug medical and surgical treotmeol
eisiytwo oew rooms tor patlente; best o i in^mt-dstions w* st ^ f New ) or a.
Writefcr Ulutlreted papers on Ih f^^rinltt^^a,^'inti feet, Curvature of the \ in.. Piieo, Tumore,^' s^ ^ r. Cotorrh, Bronchitlo Ii halation, hMec-^irirl y, Magnfolum, Faraiysto, Bpilepey, Kidney,^lliadoer. Kye, Kar, bkln and ulood, and all^hi-r, i a. op^ rattoaa
I)leaaeeeof women a specialty. Hook en dla-
Theonly reliable Mtdlcal and Surgical loolltute^moklng a eiMHielty ^^f private cloeoors
Allblood Dlsesseo surreeefully treoted. ttrph^llltls V\ lsoa removed from the system wiincnt^mercury. New H^wu.rathe trestment for loee of^Vital Power Toroone nnoble to visit os moy be^trfoudot It imeby rorreopoodenoo, All^ommn^rilcetl^ne ronfldeotlal Medkloeo or lneir^inbm. ta^oeat by mall or expreea oecuroly pocked i^na^peraoaal Interview i^refarred Coil and roneult^us, or send hletory of ^^ut case and we will seed^In plsui wrapper our Hook free, eiplolnlnsT why^thoufande tannot be cured of Private, hpflitl^and Nrrvnuo l^leeae*s. Seminal Wooknraa, Hper-^motorrhtra, Impoteory, Hyphlllo, UoLorrtiiro,^nit t*i. Vsrlco* le. air., etc
HotlflcCooot lneiltuto estahlUr.ed for nearly o^auerter of a ceotnry. Corner of ^^eary and^Moson streefs, Kan jryamtliaa, ^ 01 Plsi^enoary^and urug More oceni vlov whole correr of block.
Firstclsos rooms and Hoard for ^*^ po lenta ot^the sanitarium connected wlih tha
Callor addreas Kansas City, Mo. or Hoe Krsorlsco^California
IIasJuat reoolved o full Uoo of
Thefluent erer brought to Helens.
Metaiic,Metahc Lined and C oth^Covered Caskets,
Foradnita and cklldren. Lotest designs lo^I ad lee' sad gonto' robes aad wrappers,^floral wreaths.
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday and night Practical undertaker In^rhorge. Bodies taken In chtrgo aad preserved^ony length of time. Orders from ths eouatry will^receive prompt attention.
Proposalsfor Field Se*ds
11.H. IsmuH Bsnvira, i^Caow Aaoacr, Mootano, IMS. (^Mealed propoeals endorsed ^Propooole for Kleld^Hoods^ and addreooed to tha undMrolgoed at Crow^Agonry, Mont, will be rwolved at this egenry^no ill one o'clock of Fob. 87, llffS, for furelshlnit^and delivering at the Crow Agonry, Mont , about^SUU poaado eoodl r^^rn . 4*.^o^) oonnde seed ooto:^:u,Ht^ pounds st*ed potatooo, 4.UUU pounda seed^wboot
caonriBDresRi^Rsch Md mast be eccompealed by a nerllfled^check or. soma V 9, dvpooltory for at lesot ft per^cent of tbo omouot of tLe propoeals, whit h check^or d'oft will tie f or f el to I to the U. S. U rose ooy^bidder or b'ddere receiving aa award shall fall to^promptly oiocute o roatrect with good and ouB^cloM surotloo. otherwlos to be returned lo ths^bidder
Forfurther Information apply to the under^elgued
IP BKI'roB,^IT M. Indlon Agent
Notlcole hereby el von that there will boo meet-^log of the stockholders of the Mao Hlver Canal^compaay at the law office of Aebburo K Marboar,^Mseeulc Temple, rit*of Beleno territory of Moo^tana oa ^*rf-..*^J^y, Fo^rnary 87ik, A. D. Ihov. at^4 o'clock ^, m. of eold day. for tho pnrpooo of^eaemitting to the oto^ kholeero of sold company^ths prop^ oltlon of lnrraeolag Ike ropltol stock of^sold company from throe hundred thouoood dol^lors, dlvldod Into twonty 8ve thousand sbaroe, ut^one million dollars, divided Into two hundred^oaoSMBJM sharao. of the par value of Sve dollars^sack.
ANTONM. HOLTBR.^IIBNHV K IK I s^JOHN 'I M' IliTHF,,^MSNKY M PAHCI1BN.^S. T s.M lilt
Dated,Heleaa, M T., Jaauary 1Mb, A 1^ ISSS
Ipreocrtbe end folly oo*^dorse H f 11 ri tho ootf^speelBc fortheccrtaloowJl
_!.UI*HAHAM.M \,^Anuooerdan}. N. T.^Wo hove eold Big C for^'nony year*, and It has
Kventho boot of eotie^.rtlon
n.av dtciif a oo..
r'hlrftgo111^Sl.ee. SoM bp avrogglaov
aS. Hale a Co., H. M. Pareboa a Or wkolo-^eaJe agenu.
IOS Lawrenee Street, Helena, sj. T.
Appliostiotifor s Pstssl.
U.SLoan Omoa, I^Uelena, Montana, January i, gm f
NoticeIs hereby glve.i that tht helro of Angu^t^/oUer. dVxeooed, by Louloe Poller, admlulotratrlx,^whnoe poetufttco adaasss lo 11 Ima, Montana,^bao thle day 81od opidlcatlon for a patent,^under the mining lawa of oongraos. for s plat er^u^lnlng claim doelgnated so lot No. M, enrvev No.^HIM. eifaated In unoreanlred mining dletrlct.Lewta^and Clarke county, Montaaa Terrltorr, la ^^^^ u a^M, towBshlu Id, north reagel wool, which claim^la not of record, and dftorrftted *ao tollowo In the^official plat and Bali notao on file In tbla olBoe:^Hegloning at corner No. 1, o Umeetooe lttiTi7 Ina^and rnniiuig thenue a 88* a 1 as rhaloo, thence n.^^r e.8.14 chains, thaaos a. 4Sa o. 8.8S cbalne,^thence ii StfV* bM ilialna. thonco a. W\* w.^t VV cholne ui corner No 8 of this earvoy, tho^same belnu corner No. IH of lot No. 47. p!oc^r^mining claim of Henry Hay et oi from which the^V oectlon corner on eeot boandory of section 88,^townablp 10, north range 4 weet bears n Be* Nf o.^dlotant Vsh choioe, theooo o. 18* 88 w. 8.7V^cbalne, thoace s 081*a w 8.60 chains, thonco ^ 41*^w. 8 80 chelae, thence o t-V * 8,l^eBeloe to the^i 1m ^ -t ^ Hi' tii; , *^mbrarlng one and elightv ola^one huadrwltb il.be) m ret, npon whlck a sotice of^eold appll* all on waa pooled toe 17th day of^A eg us t, lr^s7 Tho odJomlng ctalmaate to theao^prowlooo ore Henry llay ot al, placer mining^claim lot si lu eald t wnsblp.
B.W. LANOUOKNB, Hegtster
Comlya FiH^te, atlorneya for claimant.
Klretpublication, January ^, ISMS
Applioationfar a Patent
i'MITBUHTATBS i v - ^ t ^ ^ B. I
HoIobo,Monuoo, Jaa 8, i8k8. i^Notice le hereby glveu thai Marrleon Asbury,^WUllom MaAo and John U Hardolrk, wbooo poet^^ niio atldre^o Is ueleaa, M T., bave ihlsdaj died^their appllcatloB tot a patent for oae hundred^and afly-eevon and 01 \w acres of the plater mlav^tteorlug gxdd. eltuated In 1'norgantzed mlulng rila^trlct, t ountloa of l.ewte and Clarke and .kffwison,^and To* rltory of Montana, ai d deslgoaletl by the^Sold Botes and ofticlel plat on 81e In thle office oa^lute namber 1 8 and a, and lae aw. % n* W ot eec^\ In township 8 a., range 1 w , of pilnrlpal baoe^liiO and mortdlsn of Montaaa Territory, contain^tOirlb^ 01 HNi ac.es.
ThelocettoB of this mine Is recorded In the re^rorder's office of I o^ if and Clarke couaty In i ook^V ot Ii. and D. Tho adjoining claimants ore ub^knowB.
S.W LANUHOHNB. Keglaler.^Jobb W. Idut, attorney for applicant.^First publication Jan. lO, 1^W8
[No.2206J^^PPt lUATION FOR A PATtNT
D.8. I.*i^o omoa, t^Hele.it Montana, Oetember ^*, 1888. f
NoticeIs h'ireby gtventhat Jainee r*. Porter,^Henry W Feole, Thoo.Moffaod Frank K bbaffer,^wkooe piietofflt e addroes Is llslena, Montana T*t^rltory, have this day Sled their application for a^uatent for atteea huadred linear feet of tno Dlee^Fau^tua lode mine or vein bear lot* gold, etc., with^surf nee groaad all hundred feet la width, eltuatetl^la Helena unorganized ailnlng district, county al^Lewis aad Clarke oud TerrlU^ry of aoatana, and^ilel^-nated by the field notes and official plat ^m^n If in this office oa lot No. 88, oer, is in to* oohlp^le, north range 4 weet of principal oose line and^meridian of Montana Territory, sold lot No n^^^NSBff as follows to wit: beginning otc^ir. No. 1,^from which the nttrthweet tor. to sec 18, tp in,^n r. 4 W. bears N 41* n W S.OfKi feet, thence N.^off' B. 161 feet; thence ih 7^ 8*1 K. ^T7H (est; the^co^ft. M* B 1.870 feet; tbe^ce S M* W. ttU feet;^thence N w' W. l jag feet: thence N. 8' U 1 44ft^feet to place of beginning, containing IV II acree
Thelocation of tula mine Is recorded In the re^^corder's office of Leo Is and Clarke county, lo^booka 8 of lodea. Tke adjoining clalmante are^University lode oo tho nurtn and the Oood Faith^lode oo tho weat, both anaurveyod.
B*W. LA NofloKN B, Koglstor.
JnoW. Ril.lv, ottorney for claimants
Kir.ipubllcatloB l^oxember u. IBM
UbttbdBt*tbb Lamu Or*l(tb, I^Hbi.bba, Mobtana, ^^Jaaaary 18, 1188. \^Notleo Is hereby given that Timothy WUcoi,^HarrieoB Aabury. Oliver C Klaker, Ma B.^Torgp sad William Tlato, whose poeP fHco ad^dress Is Helena, M r., have thia dav DlKl oppli^cation for a patent for three hundred aud te-wity^acree of tho Flarar mlae bearing gold,^eltuated In anore/aiileetl mining dlstrld, county^of Lewis snd Clark**, aad territory of Moutaua,^aud design ted by the field notao and orilclal plat^on file lu thle office so tho ^ , of eectloo la^r no hip 10, a rouge i. w .f prlucipsi hoee line^and uierldaa or Moatana territory, ciatalnlug :Wo^ac os. 1 ho location of thle mine Is recorded In^tho recorder a office of * ewls oad Clarke ttturttr^In hook Kef K and O 1 be adjoining clslmanta^are uuknoea.
WLANUIIOKNB, Keglster.^John W Eddy attoraoy for Applicants.^First publication Jaa. 17.
Noticets hereby given that there will l^e a^meettegof the alof kholders of the llslena aad^Klmlnl Mining Com pany, at tho office of tho eald^compaay, to wit, at tho office of the A M Holter^Hardware Compear 1** the rity of MHona, Mon^^tana, on Monday, the 8Mb day of Kobruarv, IBM,^al 8 o'clock p. sb. , for the purpose of snbinlttlng^to tho stockuoldere of sold r4oporatloa.a piopo^oltloo to loooe and sell all or a portion of the^property of the oatd H-1- tm and Klmlnl Mining^company to tbo V, H. Public Hauipling Company,^or to some other com pan v or perton.one year or^loos Hold losoo to provide for tbo privilege, oa^tha part of the leeeee, to purchase sold property^or a portion thereof during the lerm of sold leooe.^The property oo supposed to bo lesoed, with priv^^ilege of eale, lo la the couatv of l^ewieand Clarke.^Territory of Montana, at^d lo dlotlnctly aporlfied^la follows to wit: Beginning ats etatta set on^the aoulh houadary of the nortboaat quarter of^of the northeaol quarter of sec tion numlertwon-^ty.three of townohlu aumber ten north it range^number four wool of the prln^ tpal boos line and^merldlsn of Montana Territory, and. wlilrhotake^bears south HU'lA ooot8.8H chains distant along^aalfi south boundary from tho southeast corner^of said forty acre tract, aald aoutiieaat corner^being ma*ked by a stoke on ths east boundary of^aald section number twenty-three which Wore^juth O'Sft eeot distant ^ SB chalas from ths^original corner to ooctlons numbered thirteen,^fourteen, twenty-three and twenty four, which Is^marked by o granite atoao with three oott bee ob^Uio ooulh edao, with pits end mound, thence run^SffSff eouth n8'l^ weet 18 8U chalna alona said^ooutb tMtuodary of said f^^rty acre tract to a atoke^Bttbo south weal corner of the aame; thonco^north 0*J^ west 7 88 chains along the oeat bound^^ary of aald forty acre tract to a staka markeo as^tho norttiweot corner of this lot, thence ooath SA*^80 eoot .88 chalne; tbeare - ... M' ooat | ffl^chains, thence south dS'SV east .78 chains;^thenceooulh ooel
*88 chains; thence oouth M'SO eaal^1 VI chalna, thonco eouth urin eoot 157 cbalne.^tbeBceauutb 81*12 eaet 1 %8 chains; thence south^nl'41 oaat .78 chains; thente oouth t\ tf oast 1.58^t halns; ihenro south W* sast 0) chains the-ce^bob lb 84* 8V eoot 1.8*1 c hal ns^point of Imglnnlng, Tbo premlseo hereby con^^veyed containing 4 81 acres, o ore or laao. The^wbitle iMtandory from tho northwest corner of^sold lot lo tho point of tiertonlng, b^vlng )^oen^laid out by offoeto two hundred feet distant from^ths renter of the Northers Co* lrt^ railroad track;^bbvo oud escept oo much of sold property as was^^iBveyed by Alfred M. ffeler and Ophelia Kalor,^bis wife, to tbo Mon ona centra! liollwa* Com^pany for right of way purposes, by deed dated^August JO, A. 1) 1888, said eireptec portion con^^taining I 8ft acree.
Maldproportyao prfipoood to tie leaaed aad eold^being tho esrne wberoon Is situated tho Ksl**r^CoBcentrator. Hold sole and leaeetotaclDde conren^trator and all otbor bnlldlnga and Improvements^npon said property, togethsr with all tenomonU,^hnredlUmesto and apjiur aaanros tbereunht i^o^longing. Inclodlug all from hleeo and prl^llegea.
'SBK,HOL1 K it,
hT HAL'^A M,
A.M K-I.KH^FRANt IS Fori.^K, H HA LI,^W. B. FMBUBKICK,^I ruotees,
Notioste Co 'Owners.
ToOoo Bo wen : Too are hereby notified tbot I^have ospeaded two hsndred dollars la labor aad^Improvomento open tbo LUsle quarts lode, ollua^led about two thousand feel northwust of the Lit^^tle ff soma qsarta lode mlalsg ciol-a, near Ja^ keon^creek aad the Br ndon quarts lode, ^'*^ ted about^ooe kalf mile northeast of the Little Br. mo qaortg^lode mlolag claim and about two tboasana feet^north of JeckeoB creek, with tbeHnmnor lode oo^the eeot aad tho i Irate lode on tho west, both In^neorgo' laod uilnlug dlotrlct, la Jefferson county,^Montana territory *^ will ap|^ear by rertlfliate on^file la tho office of the recorder of eold coanty, In^order to bold eald premises uoder ths urovleloos^of Hoc. ^1J4, roviood siatutes of tbo t'nlted Mateo,^being the amvuat required t*i hold the oame for^the year ibw aad If within nlnetv days after this^notice you fall, or ref iae to roBtrlbnte \our pro^portion of surb eipenilltere aa a co-owner, your^late rest la sold Lissle and Brandon looe claims^will become the property of the ^nberrlher.
Holena,l.ewle and ^ larko coanty, and territory^of Montana, Jaa. 17th, 1888
TaCharles Whltcomb and U B. Davis: loo^ore hereby notified that I hsvs oipendod one^buodred dollara In lal^or aad ImprovemoBte upoa^tho Virglnlus quorts lode, altuatod la Lewla and^Clarke ceaoty, Moo tons Territory, la Ht mplo^(om^rgaalaod) mining district, aad is txiuadod on^theeost by the Cleveland lodo and oa the wear by^tbeComeiock ood lerueha lodes, to order to hois^aald premltee under the provlolons of sertlon^t,\M I(evlao4i HUtutea of tbo I sited stotee, belag^the amount retjulroo to hoid the soms for the year^1*4), sad If within ninety davs after this aotlce^yoo fall to or refaae to contrlhsto your propor^^tion of such expenditure as a co owner, your In^torool In aald Vlrgiolss lode claim will become^tho property of this S'jbocrlber.^Ma/ysvit'e, Lewis aad Clarke county, Jan. M^IrfHl
KKAN In KKYAN
ToMr. A S. Dousrlsse, who Is a co-owner with^J.c.Ps-.laen aad H. B Orant In the following^deer rlbed property M Hof H^SHof ^W 1% of^sec W Tp 10 N of H 8 weet Too are hereby^notified thai I (the nndonlgnedf have expended^one huadrod dollara (810^^ lo labor sad Improve^aisnts upon tba above dee rl'ied property, as will^appear r^r ^eruflrato filed May 'n 1NT7, la the of^^fice of the recorder of sold county In order to^hold ths sold promisee under the provisions of^se^ una I 344 of the Roviood nutates ul tbo Ceiled^Melee, being the amoo.nl r^q u red at law to hold^tho ssoio for tbo year ending Doc. ll, lSjej A^d^If within ninety days from tbo publication nf this^notice yon fall or refaae to contribute yonr pro^ortloa of sack sipeodltura aa a ^ o owner, vonr^aterest In sold claim will beutme the property of^the ssbecrlber under saM oe* rloa Z,\H.
-igneu ^UAHOI.D K. OKANT
Heleaa,Lewis aad Clarke county, Muat., Jaa 81,
LENOIRHOUSE^8teem Hoot. ~^*^Cor Main St. and Helena av., Helena, Moatoaa, Bvery room a first-close frost itom
PAOISIOMOTfL Steam^Main street, Helena, Montana, tiiolneoe renter of tho ^ ity. First claos. AH street cars yssa^the aaove bouees. Many restaurants In close proalmlty at all prices. Koobh 80c 7^c fil 00, sal^f I fiu per day according to location special weekly rates. B. O. LINOIM, Prop koto koaaoo.
Underthe Laws of Montana.
Totak*^ place Publicly in tho Court Hoouse, at Billings, Montana,^Monday, April 15, 1889.
PiobtPaisB-Tka wall known aad popular
Valuedat $81,000 MOTS A Warranty Deed for tha Hotel and Res Men ceo. free from oaraaS'al^Inrnmbrancoa, has been placed on dopoalt la tke Flrat Natloaal Bonk uf BUM' go. to bo oVHvaraeljSo^ths poroonsholding tbo lucky Butabers ob Uio day af drawing. n. 11. Ml/NH, Cashier,
HULHUAM, Asst. Cashier.
SECONDPRIZE^A Two-Story Residence Valued at $5,000.^THIRD PRIZE^One Steinway Grand Piano Valued at $1,ooo.
10 ^ Friwa, st $ im each .
W ^ ^ ^ %s ^^1U^ ^ ^ ^ 10 ^^1006
AggregatePrizes, $75,000. 15,000 tickets at $5 each
N.B. Ths I'roeldeat of tho I*rlelatUe Council, the Speaker of tho Houoo of Kepreeentotlvee, aa^a third t^eroun i. be ooloctod by tho vote ot those Ucket holders present at tho drawlnt wl
Ago stow acted In every town In the Territory, at good oommteslone. Addreos all Communications to
J.J. NICK BY. Box 178, Billings. Montana.
HARVEY'SBUILDING, GRAND STREET,
II.ifBlock But of Flrat Nitlontl Uuk.)
DlnotTifrom 12 U. to 7:90 P. M. Busiaeas Meu'n Lanoli from II A.U. to I P.M.^Short. i 'I' M at all timea. Spvrlal attention paid to iwrrlng famillea.
Thet Id Reliable^Mueclallat of niaoy^^ e a r s' eiporlen.e.^tree a with wonderful^eoc/^re all I. I N (1^THHOaT, CAM Kit,^'^^ LkH, KIHTCLA.
acored^* with out^pain or hindrance
ibanife of Life. Coosnl
or(Jloba ^n'i far end net
/MLAm from roots^^fl Kforms Throat
J^^fta_-r9^Blw*M^^SMTfl LLeaaaaaaaV1 r
'iioeeois 1'efnrm^WMk tm llleelorl.-i^HH ala this
VJH Bi^sT^BoassV '^linlrr sr^o
roDtemtilsto ^. if ,- to
HotHprlnis for the treatment of any Private or^litood dloooeo cat bo cored for ooe third the coot^et our friva'e lMipenaary.
Hythle treatment a pore, Lovely^*mpleiioa, free from ealloworee^^ ^ ^ ^-, black beads eruptions, stc. Brilliant
^^^ ^ ana perfect health ran t^e han.^|sr~That'-tlred'' feellns and all fsmals wosA-
aoeeeopromu'lyrnted. Bloitlnir; lleonorbeo, Nor-^v^^uo Proolrarliio, ^^*noro Doblllty. Hloepleoen^o,^i'*,.'.^^ai..r, o 11 Innigootlon, Ovarian troublea,^; i. nam at Ion ord (!|rerotion, PaUto*- and Dloplaco^menu. Hplnai Weakieee, Kldnov complaluta and^Consult the ola Doctor.
Arntoor Chronic In^flaniatloaof the Byellde,^ar BbSbtednnos, laverrloa^of the lids. Scrofuloao ICyos, ulcorotloo, Inflams-^Uoob, AtMoeeoea Dlmnoee of Vision of one or^bot*^ oyoo and Tsmore of lp
IW~ Ir.Rsioaton of tba Ear, Ulceration or Ca^tarrh, Internal or Kxternsl l^f^afnees or Paraly^^sis, Hlogln.; vr KoarlnK noliea, Thlckeoed Urum^stc.
UCDUAIIClability, hpermatorrhora. Hem^nCniUU^in.l Looses. Mght Ktuloolone.
lxeo nf Vital Pitwor, HlMepieaoaeee, l^ooiioodoocy,^Utm of Momorv, Coafosion of Ideas. Hies re be^f^^rethe Kyee, laoeltu'o, Lao|[oar, Olotiulnroe,^I^^l*reeolon of Hplrlts, Avproioo to eotlety, Kaoy^IMsf ourared. Lack of ConSdenro, Dull, l.lstieee,^I'oSt for Kt-dy or Buelae s are lade life a Har^^den: Ho'oiy, Permanently end Privately Cared.
BLOODAND SKIN. ,
(coolhorrible In (to rooulto completely eradicated^without ths uae of merrnry. Hcrof uia, Biyolpelae,^Kever sorea, lllotchse, Plmploe. Ulcere, I'eta In^the Hood eod Hnn-e Hyphllltlc Hors Throat.^Month Bad Tsbkbo, triangular KBlargsmsat of^tho sock, Hbeumatlam, Catarrh, ou , Permanent^ly Cared whin ^tb*re bave foiled.^IIDIUADV K1 *** ^d Bladder trouble*,.^UnlnAni v^r^aH i bk Boralng i rlne, Tre^^juear^ of I rlnsllng, I'rlns blah c^ilored or milky^setllmeat on etandlntt. (ionorrhtea, Oioet, Cyotltis^etc , promptly and safely cured, chorves reason^Shis._ _
BloodPot^m. Venereal^Ions, lose of
seiueJpower, woakaess of the eszual orirano,^waot ff deolre la male or female whether from^tnaortnleot baolts of j aog or eoxaal habits In^mature yeore, or aay coaso that dobliltatoe the^a* x ual hahli le mature yeare, speedily and per-
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MedicineHeat free from observation to all parts^of ths raited Mateo. CorroepoBdeaco receives^prompt attention. No lettere aaawored no loee^accompanied hy foar cents lo stamps. Bead ten^cents Is etanipe for pamphlet and Hal of questions^^poo Private, Special sad Nervoae Dleeoaee,^Memlaal w. akn-ao ^poruatorrhoia, Impoteory,^Nrphtlll , tlonorrl ojo^ (ileet aad Varlcocle.^Teraia strictly coeh. Cal^ on or address^Off. POWtLL HttVFS a E BUN TON'S
PRIVAttDI8P8NSARY^Corner of Mslu and Wall streets, opposite Cos^^mopolites Hotel. Uelena, Moat.
Taint,jr,lei^t stricture, seminal oaitwl
Noticets hereby gives that tha copartaershlp^heretofore ^iletlnf between Joseph Cuoielly and^0. a llollenbeck under the firm name and title of^i usksl.y *Co, lo hereby dleonlvod by mutual^cooeeni, Jeoepk t ^tiokell^ retiring The bueioeee^will bscontiousd by C. A Holleobock and Kraok^Hlchards, under tbo firm name and title of^Frank *1^ hards A ^'o., hit hards A Co. sesuuitog^all laoebtedaoos and collect all ou'sUndJoir ^c^coubU.c a HOLLKNBKCK,
R.S. HALE ^ CO.
WHULBBALIAND kk I a1 l
DealersIn 1'atost Medldnss, Paary Tolls^floods, Lao lorn Lam pa aad Lamp Goods, Sloes,^Palais. Oils, stc Harirlcal instruments. ' retchee^Hracee, etc Wholeeole aesnts for Cars fa^Coughs and CoMa, kirk s Pileotntmeat, Wltche^ifigop^^dlam, Booonko Medlclneo, Dr. Kilmer'^Heaiedt, Mandelloa Toalc, OrogoB Kidaey Tea^Dotards apeclac.
ComatOBClBgon Pebruary let, 1888, and ending^oa March Hot, 1888, ws will offer for sols lots ta^South Mloenals from $ju to $100 seen. Bad osrteda^ooraor lots at %V0.
Lotsare 30x100 fast.
Nostreet less thsa luO fast wlds. Oa 1st of^April, 188B, we will raise oar prices oo a seals^with adjacent property,
Ladiesaad Uoatlesnoa's advanced class Moa^day evening.
Ladlesand Gentlemen's beginner's close^Wedaooday evsslng at 8 o'clock.
Chlldroo's class Saturday altera ooo at 8 o'llssfc,
PrivateLeoooos gives al aay time.
Hailcaa be) rented tor halls sad parties.
sooomWBLTHALL, UttAMITS ulook.