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latent,Mont., March 27, 1H8W
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Th*iNDEPE NDEN r hat a targar daily circula^^tion than any newspaper batwaan 6t Paul and^^omand and a largar circulation than any^^thar two dally ptpera publlthad In Montana,^t has no praea roam eacrate, it* subscription^aooks ara opan to impaction, and it Is always^raadv to prove .that Its circulation Is as rep re-^^an tad
Enteredat tha Poet of*ca at Malana as sacond-^^ lasa mattar.
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Noticela hereby glwn that pilmary electlnne^will be hald at pi* M indicated halo* at h o'rJock^on the evening ^rf Tueeday, Mer'h Jh, ihm#, for the^purpose of ebooelntf ^andidatee for aldermen la^tha eeverel wards of tha city of Helena^aad for tha ee'ectlon of t**n delegntee and tan^alternate dm]**^**** *'^ the ' ny democratic conven^^tion, which Is ' 1 ^ Appointed to b^ hald on^Thursday, March etj 1h*W, In Encore hall, at I^o'clock In tha fitting of said day* for tha purpoe*^of nominating I andldataa for tap ofBcaa of mayor,^t sjajajsj a- | nj*Jnj magistrate of tha city of Hal^ana, to to im votad for at tha regular city alactlon^to Im^ bald on Monday. April 1, 1(#^.
Thaprimary flectlone hamhy ordered will ba^bald at an* following dealirneted plaraa, to wit:
Barond Ward Engine llonae oppoalta the^Conrt llonae^Third Ward-P. J. loan ^ ^ ^^Fourth Warl-(*erheueer a.^Klftli Ward I'ayna'a Uotal.^Mith Ward Hone Honaa.^bVetntli Ward Frank Jncohy'a^By order of tha commlttaa.
k w knm.IIT, chairman^Wiu.iah Tati.^^, ^erratary.
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ThereligloiiH lfiHue U cropping out in^MM Mpramble for federal ollireH In New^Mexico, bm It had appeared in Montana.^A. L. Morritton, who In an applicant for^tht* ffoveruorHhip of New Meilco, went to^that territory aaaHHociate jti-tte** a num^^ber of yearn ago, being appointed from
Chicago,whore he had In active in
organizingIrian-American republican^club*. Ah a matter of courae, he went^out of oflice at the expiration of hi*^term, which occurred while Cleveland^wan prenident. The dlapatche* puMiHhed^thin morning atate that ^(General llarri^boii irt inclined to do aomethiiig in recog^^nition of Morrtaon 'a aervicea in the laat^campaign. There la. however,^ the din-^patch continue*, ' 'opposition in New^Mexico. The moderator of the general^BMHembly came all the way to Washing^^ton to protent againnt Morrlaon'a appoint^ment. He intended toaeaiieii Hurrlaon,^but after talking with Secretary llalford^went away nalWtled. lie preeented pro^^bata from varioun rellgloun bodiee In the^territory.^ The baaia of the natlnfaction^of the gentleman who bore the ^protent*^from varioun rellgioun bodlen,^ at the ter^^mination of hin Interview with Private^Secretary Halford. can be readily nur-^mlaed. H In quite likely that it wan^with thin New Mexico leliglo-polltlcal^controversy In mind that the white^home correspondent of the Helena organ^of the admiiiHtratiou naid, in Tuesday's^issue of that print, that ^the president^will a|ipoiut renldeutn of territories for^governors, wecretarien and other otllcoA^in every instance, unlesn the home re^^publicans fall to agree upon the noni-^U\^^.^ It will be very convenient, In^certain contingencies, to find ^the home^republicans^ of New Mexico have failed^to agree upon the nominee. The truth^however, seemn to tie that the religious^belief of Judge Morrison has entered into^the content to a disturbing extent.
MayorKleinachmidt can be nominated.^The latter^ effort*, while he waa in the^office, to foist a water contract upon the^city upon terms most favorable to the^compauy and uot at all advauUgeouI to^the city, came up to plague him, and^many of Mayor KullerV official acta were^severely criticised. 1 hile a majority of^the delegates present at the caucus fa^^vored the nominatiou of Mr. Tory, there^were enough absent to leave the action^of the convention to night in donbt. The^convention will prol.al.ly is* marked by a^lively contest.
OIKI NHAI'iM HUENDB.
Inai.other part of this Issue of the^In'Iikpkxijknt will Is* found an editorial^article upon the appoint01*0* of H. K.^White to be governor of Montana, copied^from the Herald of yesterday. While^the article undoubtedly correctly repre^^sents the feelings of a la'ge faction of^the republican party in MonUna, it^would be in better taste for the Herald^to take Its medicine and make no wry^faces. It Is true the men who have^borne the heat and burden of the day for^the republican party in this territory^have been downed, and that by a mere^stripling in a political sense, but the^defeated should remember that this^havtd who has slain the party's (ioliath^with a [^ehhle from the brook only last^caused the announcement^made in his Helena print^^he in takiug do part^than that of a citizen^of the territory in the election of the^legislature, of I nlted States senators or^any other othVers.^ The omission of a^Mpwillc denial that he was then or had^b. t ii exerting his influence with the^president in the Interest of or againnt^anv person was probably an oversight,^and should not be construed to signify^that he was Interesting himself In he-^half of Mr McCtitchism or against Mr.^Hershlield. One who Is to have ^absolute^control of 'KeslieV west of Chicago^ can^^not Is* supped to have time to mix In^the petty politics of a territory. Ami a^man who Inherits, or is Mipposed to In^^herit, the political sagacity of four gen^^erations of American statesmen would^surely not be guilty of the blunder of^raising the religious |mm at this late^day. The suggestion should uot be en^^tertained for a moment.
Votrkswho did not avail themselves^of the opportunity to reginter on Monday^have one more opportunity to do so. The^registry offices will be open on Saturday^from I until l^^ o'clock p. rn , and those^who value their votes should be sure to^go In person to the place of registration^and have their names properly entered.^Kach person must appear personally be^^fore the reglnteriug officers. Those who^neglect this part of the business of voting^will find difficulty in remedying the^omission on election day.
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Offensivepartisanship,^ says the^Washington correspondent of the Helena^Court Journal, ^is not to cut any ligure^in tliis administration. That Is to say,^men will not be removed simply because^they are democrats.^ And a little later,^speaking of the removal of Gov. Leslle.the^correspondent explains that 'It Is In uo^way a reflection on that officer. It is^simply the operation of a general prlu^ciple. The president and cabinet cou^eluded, at the very outset of the forma^Hon of their policies, to place new offi^cars at the heads of all territories an^soou as good men could be determined^upon.^ From these two statements It^would appear that consistency in not one^^f the weak point*of the administration.^It might be put this way: No official^will be removed because he is a demo^^crat, but republicans mmi be given the^offices because they are republicans. It^would require the wildest flight of im^^agination to class Gov. Leslie among of-^feu-he partisans, and any one who^places any faith in the Court Journal's^declaration that ^men will uot be re-^amoved from office simply because they^are democrats^ will And himself the vic^^tim of misplaced confidence. Democrats,^however, should uot complain. The ex^^ample set by the Harrison administra^^tion will be a good one to remember four^year- hence.
Thedemocratic primaries last night^were marked by a harmony of spirit and^a hopefuluesa of toue that argue well^for the success of the party at the ap^^proaching municipal election. The can^^didates for members of the board of^aldermen are exceptionally well choseu.^They are as follows: First ward, Marcus^Lissner, renominated; Second ward, J.^R. Allen; Third ward. W. K Kuphal;^Fourth ward, Kd L Zimmermau; Fifth^ward, Stephen C. Gllpatrick; Sixth ward,^Denver Dayton; Seventh ward, John^Workman.
tassUNtnow that the decapitation of^postmasters has begun, the Butte gentle^^man by the name of Kingsbury who was^an applicant for the pordinastership of^that city under Cleveland and who, fall^^ing to receive It, became convinced that^the tariff policy of the democratic party^was wrong, can now make hin play for^the posltlou as a republican- It would^be poor encouragement to zealous ueo-^phytes to pass Mr. Kingsbury by.
\ Tilkuk already a revolt In the re^^publican ranks agatust the attempted^domination of the semi-official organ^^The ^general manager^ couldn't get the^aldermanlc nomination for which he^pined ; in fact he received only three out^of more than a hundr. d votes cant at the^primaries for delegates, ml there In a^strong suspicion that he cast one of the^three votes himself.
Anerror occurred In an editorial^article In ye^tenlay's issue of the Im.K-^PKMiKNT It was the writer's Intention^to say that ^the aldermen have already^voted IllOyOOO of bonds,^ etc., but in^some unaccountuhle manner the word^^electors^ was substituted for ^alder^^men.^ The voters pass upon the action^of the board of aldermen ut the election^on Monday, when the general city elec^^tion also takes place.
v UKI who knows the man or his^course since he came to Montana but^will recognize the falsity of the state^^ment by the Inter Mountain that Gov.^Leslie ^has been remarkable for nothing^but the rankness of his partlnannhlp.^^If any man should be excepted from the^accusation of offensive partisanship, that^man is Gov. Trenton II. Leslie.
v*m. n of the distinguished journal^^istic venders of musty etiestuuts will be^the flrst to announce that the dark horse^In the gubernatorial race was White
Tukrepublican city convention that^meets this evening promises to be any^^thing but harmonious. An Indkfen-^uknt reporter was present at a caucus^of the delegates last evening at which^an ineffectual effort was made to come^to an understanding upon the question^of the mayorality. The result was to^make it apparent that neither of the^gentlemen heretofore most frequently^mentioned in connection with the office
iapt. Fuller, the present major, or ex
Havingnow secured the governorship.^It only remains for Dillon to come over^and carry the capltol across the range.
IsaacMurphy, the jockey, known an the^^colored Archer of America,^ aays: ^My^annual salary Is as much as that uf a niem-^f^ r of President Harrison's cabinet. Out^^bids of my salary Mr Hald win has given^me $1,000 every tliue 1 have won the Amer^^ican Derby for hiin and my extra mounts^each year hnng me on an average as much^as my salary. 1 heheve my percentage nf^wins to the r umber of mount* is the best^on record in this country, as stnee my first^rare in 1K76 1 have ridden in l.OKT races, 411^of which 1 have won.
W.\V. Thomas, the newly appointed^A in. ican minister to Sweden, Is a rugged^man, with a weather-heaten complexion,^auburn-brown beard, long and thick, and a^luxuriant head of hair. Ills wife is a deli^^cate, pretty woman of the tlaxen blond^type and with a compltxion ^like a rose-^tinted sea-shell.^ During the recent cam-^padru Mr. Thomas addressed more than^fifty meetings from Maine to Minnesota in^the Swedish language. !).^ was graduated^at the Bowdoin College ; n iHrto In the class^with Representative ^Tom^ Keed.
Awhale and her suckling calf were^waaned up on the beach at Santa Barbara,^Cat. durlug a storm last week, and, be^^coming stranded at low tide, could not^get off. The mother whale was about sixty^feet long and the young one eight fee'.^The discoverers rigged up a windlass and^hauled up the earcanses on th^ beach and^will try out tho oil They expect to get^several hundred barrels The whale Is of^a kind never seen In that vicinity before.^Its color la black, with lighter gray spots.
Aclever fellow is ('apt. WUsman, the^* German explorer who in going to Africa to^look after Stanley and Kiniu. ^He pos^^sesses,^ says Sir Charles Wilson, ^all of^Livingstone's indomitable courage, his con^^stancy of purposes and his kindly feelings^toward* the natives: and be has twice^crossed Africa In its widest extent without^once firing a shot In anger.'*
Thewidow of Marshal l'rim. Donna^Kranrlsca Aguero. has just died at Madrid.^aft**r three years' suffering, since h^ r^husband's assassination she has lived in^strictest retirement, and during th^ last^threw years her reason has given way.
Dr.n-ott. of Ku'.gera College, hss made^an Inter eating discovery relating to the
foundingnf that Institution. In looking^over the old records of the college he baa^found out that the charter of Kutgera was^granted in TM, Instead of 1770. The^change of four years will make Rutgers^the sixth oldest college in the country.
Anorange train of nine cars recently ran^from Ogden to Omaha, a distance of 1,0J^^miles. In thirty eight hours and fifty mln^utes. which Is devrued remarkable for the^winter season, though the run has been^made in the summer In thirty two hours.
KingAlexander 1, the boy sovereign of^Sen la, is leas of a child than his l^ years^bespeak. He already sneaks Krem h, ^ NaT^man and Itussian.and snows great capacity^for atudy.
Thelast of the curfew bells, which were^to order people to bed at II o'clock each^night, was that at Moris, m Jielgtmu. Its^ringing has bt*eu stop|^^1 at last by the^authorities of the town.
TheMarquis of l^orne. It Is rumored, is^to l^e governor nf o-j Ion with h Mtinry til^MO ^iou a year, rriucess Louise will go^w th him.
AdmiralI'orter and his wlf^ were mar^rted fifty years ago this month.
I*ii ^ hfllf OaWl Ut Kanaaa City.
TheMinneapolis *t SL Louis railway,^^Albert l ^ a Route,^ ever ready to meet^the demand* of the traveling public, upon^March 17th, lHhv, Inaugurated a through^chair car service between .St Taul, Minne^^apolis and Kansas City, leaving St. Taul^daily, exrnpt Sunday, at V:10 a m., Mlnne^apolis at V 50 a m.
Thesecars are models of perfection and^in many respects are superior to those run^by any road. The luterior Is finished In^selected aud exquisitely polished woods of^mahogany, cherry and oak. The curtains,^cartrt'ts, etc., In harmony of design ami^color form an ensemble pleasing to the^eye and gratifying to a cultivated taste,
Nopains or expense have been spared to^make them the most comfort assuring ve^'.,-.^^^ of their class In A mertca.
Kormaps, rates, time cards, etc., address^nearest H K. agent, or wrlta to
ftF. Hoi l^, ^i. T. A T. A.
SanFrancisco and Loa Angeles Excur-
OnJanuary 16th and the same date each^month thereafter, the I'nlon I'acific rail^^way company will sell excursion tickets to^San Francisco at the following rates from^Helena. Going and returning via Ogden,^$76; going via Ogden and returning via^Portland | either by rail or steamer between^San Franclsce and l'ortland i or vice versa,^fUu. Los Angeles and return, going via^Otfden and returning same, $KG. I leksjU to^the above points Include side trips, Ogden^toSaltLaae City and return. All the^above tickets are good sixty days goln^.ex^treme limit six months from date of sale^and allow stop over privileges in both di^^rections within the limit. Through Pull^^man cars between Helena and I'ocatello^via the Montaua Central aud liutle, leaving^Helena dally at 7:20 a in.
A.ft VKA71it,^Trav. Pass Agt, ^ N. Main st
Dutard'sspecific is an absolute cure for^all eruptive diseases of the skin, such aa^Salt Kheuru, llarber's Itch, King Worm,^Scald Head and all itching or inflamed con^^ditions of the skin, whether arising from^disease or exposure. It is guaranteed In^every case. Sold by It. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
vrupof Figs Qiaanaasths 8y*tam.
yrupofFigs Is Plaaaant and Effacttva^Uaa ayru^ of Figs for Oonstipatlon.
NswVoaa, March ML Bar sllvar.tt
(oppar- vuM, lak^ April $14 DO.
Laad-Htoaiy;flu mastic, |M M^.
1hs stock market was (airly s^U\p, with con^slderatile fevarlshnras anil derided weakness Id^^f.'^ laadloK sbsras, ^utside ul which, huwsvar^th*rs was do fsatura or inovsmsat f interest^Tha contlDUrtd ^mt^our of long stock In Atchison,^BurllDirton and KfK-k Inland was tha irraat faator**^In tha daallntfs Tha rnirset finally rloaad rathsr^batty itHvarnnifnt h. nis war**dull and ^ -sdv
Petroleumoi*nad firm at and closed steady^St Ul He
uovarnm-onds. is, u*h%; * 10b,^Northern 1 x, )B^%; prefarred, ^h, Oregon^Navigation, U'^V4j Oregon Iinproveinan^, 45;^I'nlon Pacific' Transcontinental, V%.
Moaeyfin rail aaav at ^Hr^5 par cent Prima^mercantile paper, 4S%^flV olarllOK exchange^dull, flriu and nn. handed
DM4Mfi Marrh m ' atUa-Kaeatpts, IggSai^closing easy: l^e^*vea, $.'1 U^il stocbers and^fnedere, %i 'i's^l V^. (Vxans, $4islSJI.tf.
HotfeKecelpt*. lr.lKSI, slow, Ilk- loffaff' cloeliiy^had; mUad, $4 h.'^l wt; heavy, IIm^mhi, U^hr,^|4 7^ W
HhaepKaceh^ts. IV1*'; steady; natives, MMJUk)^5.UU; western, $I.HXj^4.;0t
f'inoAau, March - 1 lf^ m. m t'loaa- Wheat-^Firm, ra^h,April, f 1 ou^ : May, $\ H\%
('rn 1 inner, cash, Hiv%c, April, M\c; May,^ml
^aui-Kirmer; rash, '24\r: Mav, Jfi 5 lftc^Pfprk Kltuier; May(tUh^; .lulv, fli i,r^.^Lard Firmer; rash, $: u5; May, $7 1^H.
riiii.Ai.si.i-nu,Marth 26.-Wool Is gulet aud
THEMAYOR of Balti^^more writaa: ^/ hum^many frtaUjf knuJU*4^ly lit SN s/ A^Tncob* ^h*m
TNI0HAS A.V00ILIR CO.^BaLTUSoaa, mk
CornerBroa4w*y and Warren Sim*,^OpptMlt^ U. 8. Amy Office,
MKl.KNAmx) nt a14 a
THOB.CTBKIKN A 8QN, Prope
Newlyntatd and Nawly Famished taroaxnoa*^Ladles and Oanu Hattas. Barns* Bhop, Bar anc^Millard Hall, with all Modern Improvemaaki
Withsitarlal arcomudslli^ne for rommerclal^Travelers.
Bl'HKl'VB TO AND FROM ALL TKA1N*
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
IKONFHOHTB a^ hbavt HILL CAJrTlItlsl
THIMtW Of PA RTUPC ORUMB
f\arama^1e ^lih patent oouhls acting ruds and
foidii.trknee rest. Lifbt,^subsunttal and handsuine.^t'sed laths bast Ban.lt and^Otrheatraa. l'n^jui'^1 for^tone, surpass all others In^nnlth and appearaxea. 'f^naarrst Muaic dealer does^nut keep tbrro, write to as^for Illustrated Cataiugaa.^4 HIALV. Ct ,^.^^, iiu
Hki.kn ^. Hunt ana.
Allktoda of merchandlne and other^frel^htM, inrludlug orea, promptly train^(erre^l from depot.
Officeat J. Feldherir'a Store and at the^depot. Ordera will receive prompt at^^tention.
lathat firtj-tirity of ihe M^kJ ahlcb produces^iiutigliity Juiuj* or sai-lllDgs In tha neck|^wliirli raust-s ruiiiilng sor^-s on tha anu%^l* k% or fi^t, ^lil^ h d^veloi^s ulrars to t^^ ^ ^ * ^-;ir^, ^tr n-^n-, oft#*n ranslnf blindness or^^!^ ifneae; whirh Is the orlfcin ^f pimples, can-^pt'HHjs Krtiwths, or ^humorsi^ whlrh.fasten-^Ins; upon the ltiri(fs, rauses aMssMM - and^sMtMaai It Is the sjhhjI bjbjsJbbjI ^ f^and very lew |*eraons are eutlrely 11
Bytaktnit Tluod's SitrsaparUla, wtilch, by^tho reiu.nk.thle cures It has ariHJtDpUshed,^h:is pruvt n Itself tu h^ a pottTit and peculiar^iJK-dMne for this dlvaae. U ^ u suffer fruia^si ndula, try BsjSjf*] Karsaparllla.
Eveiyspfliitt my wife and children Lavs^Im mi n^ubk-d wlih scrufula^ tuy Uula boy,^Ihrea years old, being; a Urrlbla sufferer.^I . i -i i a be was one maet of sores from^head lu feet. We all took Hood's Maraaparllla,^and all have been cured of the scrofula. My^Utile boy Is entirely free from sores, and aV^four uf my children look bright and healthy.^^W. B. AtukhT'in, Passaic City, N. J.
Holdl^r all druKS4^U.for Si freaaradouty
^ 8 1- HOOD A - *^.. Aj- *r:. , LuwaO, M .*
lOODoses One Dollar
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
DfftignattttlDepository of ih^-^Uiiited St^tt*.
K.W. Kmoii rQsjMMsj
T.H KliinschmidtAmi CaHhler
Qbo.h HillBaoond AmI Canhler
S.T. Hauaer,^A. at. Holtur,^aran*11lP Btuart,^K. W. Kulffht,
JohnC. Curtiu,^It. 8. Hamilton,^C P. Hlgffina,^A. J. havk
T.H. KleinHfhmldt, Hnnry M i'archen,^T. C. Power.
transacted VIntereat i*ald on Oma deposits.
Paidin Capital ^ - $150,0C0^Surplus and Profit* ^ 140,000
LH. HERSHFiFLU, Pres'l.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'l^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
#04*0Of 0i*^CT0*J^rUOMA* f Ml ha. M. SANDS,
H.B. humtlby,w u HICHOLAl
A.J. JMVIUtftOM,MOaiH MOHsfe*,
UH Ji^ thHKiMI.i^, a. HlKhBKIBLJJ
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui^Hon, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
interestAllowed on Deposit*^Left (or a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Buslne*^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
uKl.KN A, MONTANA.^UNITKD STaTriB DKPOSITORT.
L^i. taJki f|sBj nm and Act. Csvih'r
8.k AtkinsonAjHiatant CanhlAr
A.0. Clabkk, Hkbmam Oanb,^H. k. Galbn. Fktkb Larhon,^0. W. Cannon, R. 0. Wau^acb.
8.C. AflHBT. D. A. COET.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFublbna.^Incorporated Uader Iba Laws of m^oataaa.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAKTKRVice President
AHowh6 per rent, inttrent on Saviugn^UepoHttrt, oouipouadtHl January and July.
WssHiaaTOH,D. 0 , Feb. 1, lHs*.^PRuftMALb will ha racelrfxl at tha Coatrart^Offlca of tbls Departmmt until 4 p. m ot April 10,^1hhv, fur carrjrlnn bm malls of lie l otted eialew^sad acci^rdlDt[ to thn eched ile of arrival aad da^partaras, speclflad l^y the Dapartmant, In tbe Tar-^rltoryof Moatana, frtm Jaly 1 188S, to JsnsSO,^IflH). Lists of roiitaa. with schedules of arrivals^and departures. Instructions to bidden with^furrus for rantrarts and boada, and sll other^Decatsafjr Information, will be furnished upon^Sppllratlon to tha Hecond Assletant Postmaster
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A.J. DAVIDaON.HOWARD HBBRBIb f. WHI I K. THOB. J- DAVIDSON,
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
Jobl**rB and D^alerH in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
(KNKKAL AGKXTS FOR
MainWukoiis, WUttltf Btotl MOWERS and Binders, Cham-^iiion Mowers, Bonanza, Tiger, and Hollingsworth Hay Rakes,^Oliver Chilled and Moline Btoel IMows, the Flyinff Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CommonHamess of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagon*, Carts, Buckboards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
A.M.HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
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
IK THE MABK.HT.
Agentsfor Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam
(Buaaassor*ta V h. Ooomto.)
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive frompt Attention. Corre*^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICE8 PAID.
WaMimih*opposite Northern Pacific Kail road depot, Helena
NEXTDOOR TO P0ST0FFICE.
Stationery,Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Qold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment of Notions,
NewStore! New Stock! No Old Goods!
InteriorDecorator and Paper Hanger,
Intvllasordara raqulrlng corract taata and axact workmanahl* Largast and bast aalactad^slock of Wall Papar, Room Mouldinga, window Shades, Curtain Polat, ale , I0B Grand atraat,^back of Flrat National Bank MalTOrdara promptly aaacutad.
THEMONTANA COFFEE AND SPICE COMPANY.
Familytrade a a^aclalty. Free (^allvery to all parte of tha city.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887. _^Thn Larflfst L^adin^ Hi'tel. Has the very B^b! Accom^modatioiis in the city. Hates Keduced; $2 pe i ay ani^upwards, according to location of rooms.
Ta\.l^Aft*^^^ - - Y*o\\*\e\ot
jas.McMillan ^ co,
I'RfiPKIKToU^ Ok' T1IK
HIDES,SHEEP FELTS, FURS, WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.^SHEEP pelts A furs a specialty.
101,103 at l(^ft SaxxmdSt North.MINNEAPOLIS, MINr
Writ*for ^ irculara.
TbeHelena Steam fleaig and HCo
PLUMPERS.GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM HEATING APPARATUS
Klnaand Mill tjoppttas, Iron Pi pa and PUtinta. Brtaa Uooda. Plnmbara , ^iai aad Htaam Plnar*
203* 0am St.
Doesnot Black when exposed to the air as mo^t all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite irr character, and does not rill the loom with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
33and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T..
Wholesaleand RotaII Dealer* in
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildm,
Iron,Stael Horse aud Mule Shjes. Horse N^lli,^Steel Nails. Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose. Belting, Tinner's Stock. Poroe and Lilt Pumps,
GasPipe and Fittings. Carpenters' Tools
o^ 4^anU tmr ta* Oalabrviaa
SUPERIOR^and Famous ^ACORN'
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
And W. Q. Fisher'* Cincinnati Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cheats, Water Coolers.^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Willowware (Hast^and Queensware, English and American Cutlet y^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods am^Supplies, House Furnishing Goods Etc., Kit
vwytwoyu rwpactfullj mniac loacall and Inspect tha uahgbht and moat ooiaptata tajc^ o*
*10LhSAKt AND RETAIL STOCK OF S00DS IN Tl
0^ara tr*m laa Oa^.ur, ashaltaai an^ Ra^al*a Prampi Aitaolltn ana ^hiHr^ ^
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CTJRTIN.
Diamonds,watches, Fine Mi
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED FOWDER
inanaMby Mlnara, Bailroad Oontraatora. anal aniaraaal by tha aublla Inaanaral as lb^^iron^aat, Aafaat anal Baat of all MgH aKploalvaa.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
GENERALAGHNT8, HELENA MONTANA.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
Havinglaaaad tba two appr floor* of tha David aon Mock and eonnartad the aama with out airaad*^iromenae aalaarooma, w^ sua ocrnpy four ^^ntlra floors aztandlny tbn^ayh tha whole Mock froat^farkson u^ Main *treel, atorked thr^^ut;h^^it with uoods of every gran* and *t prlco* that defy coapa^^dtlon. Bvery purchaae made HTKit'TLY K^ H CAbll D1KKCTLY VHOU PIHHT 11 a Mm and^ehlpped In CAR LOAU8 ONLY. An examination of (ood* and comparison of prlcaa aollrited,
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCHADISE
Carpets- Wall Paper
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.
TI3E] FATHEE'S C^CTieSE3.
anaatio^'al^omaatlc 1 ragndy,
tour N^^w- Lad-ies
ThePioneer oi the GhPMt West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldest, Host Reliable. Leading Pint-class Hotel In the Territory.
OfAll Grades and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
FormerlySPAREY S HOTEL
Kunon Both American and European Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mrs.T. H. MOOML Proprietess.
Not).^ ta harabj ptvan lhat th^ annnal alactlon^of city ofHcari of tba city nf HalaD^ will t^a hald^on Mi n 'ay, tha Ut day of April, 14^U Tha pol ^^will open at 1 o'clock p m., and doaa at 7 o'clock
'Tha plaraa whara votaa will ba raaalvad aad tha^ja'iK*** uf aliM-tiim ar- aa fMilowe:
K7itVa*d-atyHall;Jod^aa,Win Uiray.S. F.^aianay m
Sacod Ward-KnglD- hooae. Jud^aa, Curoalloa^Badaaa, Ed L riah**rty
ThirdWard-Armory Hall; Jud^a#, loa ^ann,^P. i. Conanr.. _w
mortn Ward-Uarhaaaer ^. jadgaa, Tbomaa A^Ray. W. W. Rroan-_ _
Flfh Ward -K ^t'ic light offt.*a; Judgaa, W. S.^Ua*k^JI, M. ^ KUia'rtck.
MiltaWard-Boalaahooaa Judg J.C Stobaa,^P. J Parrla*.-.
HaviwthWar.l-anathwaat'corner i^f lir^^ k-n^ridif# md Davia ^tra#la; Jidgaa, W F. * baalar,^Oavld Kath.
Hyordar of tha (Ity ^ ^^ ^ It.
ACSrTAIW, ri^y Clark.
DatadIlelcoa. Moot., March ^. laSQ.
The Montana St Canada R** lway
NOTK'I.-Tha unrtaralirn*d. rorpor%U^ra of tha^M^ Dtan^ a Canada Hallway 4'ompahy. hara-^by jrlva notha that tha b^m^kt for roralvtog lub-^m rfptloot t ^ the cat ltal atocfc of tald - orp^ ra'Ion^will ba opened on tha 4'h day of April, lew*, at^their office la II^lena. Mi ntana.^capital tv* k, $4,^mi,h)ip. aharaa. f 100aach.
HEKVfiYBAKHOl H,^T H KLgiNM HltlDT^u. K AL km,^H. I^. HAI ^KH,^UIO. II. UILL.^UeUna, M T., March Mb. 1SN.
Uk A KD prhpoaala for tha parchaae of QfAj^O Warr-nu. b*artiu( T par cant Imervat, to tna^amount of %i.M\ will ba rarahad at my offlr ^ |a^tha Court llonae until haturdar. March to \mt^at It o'cJock merMiao. ^^R. P BARDKN, rityTreiaurar^Helena March a, MW
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX L BAZAR
ONEDOOB NORTH OF THF GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.