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Helena,Mont., March 2ft, le^6^.
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OFFICIALPA PER OF LEWIS AND^CLARKE COUNTY.
ThaINDEPENDtN T haa a larger telly circula^^tion than any eewipapar betwaen 8t Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^thar (wo dally papora publlahad in Montana.^Uhwno praaa roamaocrata, Ita tuhacrlptlon^oooktara opan to inapactlon, and It la atwaya^-eadv to tprova ,that Ita circulation t^ aa repre-^^an tad
Enteredat tha Poatofflca at Halana at tecond-^tlaaa mattar.
mMm UATH Ctn COKTKVTIOII
Wotkala hereby M)HM| that primary election^will he hald at pla^*a indicated nalow at H o'clock^on tha awnlDK ^if Tuagday, Marti *V Wm\ MB lha^purpoee of rhooalng ^andldatae for aldarmai la^tha aavarai wards of th* city of Maltha^aad for tha aaiarUon of too d^l^k*ataa and Wo^alternate itMl the rlty damocratlr ronvan-
ttoa.which la her-(^y appointed to t^e held on^Thuraday, Marrb MBt, In Inaire hall, at H^o'clock la tha evening of ^^ld day,forth** purpoaa^of nominating landldataa for tha office* of mayor,^t reeaurer and police tnagiatrate of tha city of IM-^ana, to to I* votad for at tba regolar city election^to \* held ^^n Monday, April 1, IHHB.
Thaprimary alectiona hereby ordered will '^*^^bald at thr following daaignated placee, to wit:
PlratWard * Hy Hall.
Batond Ward Kti^tna liouae oppoalw tha^Court Ilouaa^Third Ward- P. J. OConnora^Fourth Ward-^*e-hanaer a.^Fifth Ward I'gvna'a Hotel^Hlith W ard Hoaa Hone*.^B^^nth Ward Prank .letoby a^By ordar of the committee.
k W. KM(^IIT, ^ I.airman^Wiuiah Tail' R, Necratery.
TheHiihjpctN of Queen Victoria wIiohp^nuniHH urn aH well known to American^rearterH an that of John Bright, who died^yesterday, could eanlly be counted upon^the lingera of one'H handn. He took hii^active part 'in public affalra (Wore he^reached tiU majority, and In ^ wonderful^gift of eloquence, coupled with an earn-^^^HtneHH of purpose and acute neiine of^right, mad** him an important factor in^KritUh politico. He wan oik* of th*^^earliest and moat active workerH for free^trade in Kngland, and next to Richard^Cobdeu did more for the repeal of th*^corn law* than any other man in Kng-^laud. All hit predilection* |t*d Maw to^Hympathlze with the n ^rth in the war of^the rebellion, and that in npite of the^fact that hiH biiHiiie^H IntereHtH were all^the other way. IIU defection from the^liberal party of (treat Britain and^the Heverance of Mm long Hlanding^friendship with Mr. (iladHtone began^with the latter'n Kgyptian war policy.^Mr. Bright, being a Quaker, oppoeed all^wars upon principle, but particularly^did he denouuce the war in ojiPHtton an^uncalled for. wicked and impolitic. The^outcome justified all that Mr. Bright had^naid agaiiiHt the campaign, which in per^^haps the darkest page in tN- career of^VN illiam K. ^tladt^tone, Hhowing an it doe*^the aaeriuce of deu.Oordon ut Khartooiu,^where lie was aban lonod to hi* fate by^the government to which he hit 1 devoted^one of the wont wonderful liven of which^history ha* to tell. Mr. Bright drift*- !^farther Htill from hiri former political^a-Horute when Mr. (Gladstone fell In^with the Taruellite programme of home^rule for Ireland. Hi* courne in thin matter^co*t Mr. Bright very dear, for it aiieu-^Ated from him aome of hi* own children,^who sympathized with the movement for^amelioration of the condition of lrelaud.^Whatever hi* later njietakeH, Mr. Bright^rendered yeoman t+erviee for the right^when he wbh In hiH prime, and hi* death^will be regretted wherever hi* name 1h^known.
Therepublican city convention la*t^evening renominated Capt. Kuller for^mayor and J. G. Sander* for |k^lice^magistrate and eet up vSamuel It. Doug^^las* for treasurer. The evente of the^evening showed that the mayor had^played a Hkillful game in the primaries,^and without showing hie hand had se^^cured the appointment of delegates^who were favorable to his candidacy.^Mr. Kleluechmidt found early in the^evening that all hie tine calculation*)^lacked the element of accuracy, and that^acores of delegates upon whom he had^counted were pledged to ('apt. Kuller.^The latter ie not aa strong a candidate as^Mr. Cory, whoee name waa before^the caucus Tueeday eveulng, would have^been. The brief interval before elec^^tion day will be needed by Caf^t. Kuller^to explain acta of commisaiou and acta^of omlHaion of hie administration the^pant year, many of which were based^upon his failure to recognize the fact^that ^public omce is a public truHt,^aud^that a servant of the people should not^permit his partisanship to interfere with^his dutiea to them. The democrats ran^pit against both Capt. Kuller and Mr.^Douglass meu who will command the re^^gard and couudeuce of the community^in a larger degree.
BEthktaky VYiNUOM announces, in^eubstance, that he will pursue the pol^^icy regarding the extinguishment of the^interest-bearing debt of the Tuited^States which was inaugurated by Secre^^tary Kairchild. The announcement is^made in a manner that would lead the^casual reader to suppose Mr. Wiudom's^was an origiual policy, but such is not^the case. His plan (by adoption) will be^to use the mon**y in the treasury in ex^^cess of the requirements of the govern^^ment to extiugulsh the Interest-bearing^Indebtedness. At the same time he de^^clares that he will make his purchases^of bonds in ouch a fashion as to prevent^holders making an undue profit by sur^^rendering. In other words, he purposes^going into the market for the purpose of^porchaslug whenever prices warrant his^doing ho. and not otherwise. This Is ex^^actly what has been done the last four
KiNfcwords butter no parsuipeM is an^old saying that will occur with some
forceto ex-Senator Warner Miller, U^^whom General Harrison feelingly refer^^red aa one of the brave men who, In the^last political battle, ^felt outside the^breastworks.*1 Mr. Miller expected^nothing short of a seat in the cabinet,^attheontaet; but the iutrigues of his^political rival, T. C. Piatt, soon destroyed^that hope, when he was led to believe^that he would be appointed minister to^the court of Ht. James. This auticlpa^tion, too, was uot to be realized, for yes^^terday the president nominated Robert^T. Lincoln, son of the first republican^president, for the position. It Is now io^order for Mr. Miller to pick up his politi^^cal remains from where they fell, ^out^^side the breastwork*.^' and give them a^decent a burial.
I'KEMbENTHakhi^in has Issen in a^state of mind nio*t alarming, according^to the Helena Dally Bon, which said In^Its yesterday's issue : 'it was expected^that the senate would adjourn on Friday,^but ... . the Inability of the presi^dent to agree upon a minister to Kug-^laud makes it a necesnity that the senate^shall remain In session until the middle^of next week.^ The president, however,^has made out to agree, and yesterday^sent to the senate the nomiuatlon of^ltohert T. Lincoln to he minister to (ireat^Britain. As previously stated, this is a^good year for son*.
Thkharmony that pervades the re^^publican party in Montana at this time^is so perfect that It could not be frac^^tured with anything less than a ton of^giant powder. Kspecially i* this true of^L 11 Hershtield and his friends. Mr.^Hershtield was helpful in paying cam^^paign expenses. Just now there is no^campaign afoot, and Mr. Hershtield isn't^as useful to the party a* he was a while^ago, and so he Is permitted to take a^r*wt in the interest of harmony.
Mrs.(OUaWtOaMi widow of the car-^driver for whose murder the two Barrett^brothers were hanged in st. I'aul on^Friday last, was married three days be^^fore the execution to Morris Lonsberry, a^widower. The ^]uality of the sensibili^^ties possessed by the pair may be judged^from the fact that they went^to the jail on the day of^the double execution and asked that they^be admitted to witness the affair.
TijkSalt Lake Trlhu'ie is urging the^reappointment of Judge)/aue to be chief^justice of Utah territory. Judge Zane^was fearless in the discharge of his du^^ties when he was on the bench; but as^the president ha* declared his Intention^not to give the offices to men who held^thern prior to the Cleveland administra^^tion, it Is not likely the Tribune's sug^^gestion will be effectual.
Thkstyle and diction of the editorials^In the Court Journal the last few days^warrant the Inference that the writer^thereof has been, previous to his advent^among us, exerclsiug his intellect upou^advertisements of corner lot* and at odd^intervals flashing It upou the world^through the medium of the redundant^and flitniboyaiit circus poster.
Itis not observable that the republic^^an city convention last night did any^^thing toward healing the wound Russell^B. Harrison inflicted upon L. H. Hersh^^tield and the people he represents
TilI ASK Of IU.I D.
\ MntfMiftil In Hi. H^ imti' to Id i Ii
iiH NoilllBalliili ) OIllHlllt**,
Washingtonaptfial: WhitHaw KHd has^some very strong eiiemleH In the Uulted^Statea. He not only i* opposed t^^ the en^lire democratic Hide of i^ie chamber, hut it^Is reporU'd also that live republican aena^tora voted with the democrats to-day to re^commit the nomination to the committee^on foreign relations, with Inatructlona to^reconsider the nomination and report back^whether the committee la Mill in favor of^liia continiiitiion as minister to France. If^the report aa to the entire democratic vote^and the live republicans In correct, It la^not ^et settled that Mr. Held will be min^^ister to Kram-e. Kumor la buay with^the namea of five republicans who
aresnt h oppoacd to the confirmation of
Mr.Raid thaw they are willing to vote at^leaat to recommit. The Hat which rumor^foralabai is not alwaya the name, but these^aaaaei appear on moat of the current Mats:^Plumb, installs, llawley, Kvartsand Davis.^Whether, in tact, theae gentlemen did so^\ot.% and whether, If they did, they had^reasona which will ever be publicly^known, can not he stated with accuracy^until the aacrtti of the executive aeaaion^shall ht* revealed. Nome of the gentlemen^named in this list have In private conver^^sation, long before the name of Mr. Held^was sent to tin- senate, expreased their Of*^position to r, in and to the course of hla^newspaper in auch an emphatic way that^if they ahould merely follow their own Im^^pulses it can readily he underaUMHl that^they would vote to recommit or even to re^^ject.
Lettersfor the following peraons remain^uncalled for at the Helena, Ml. postofflre^on March 'JH. In calling for them please aay^^advertised.
Anderson,('has. Anderson, QL J.^Bethel. John 1).^I*erg, Alfred^liooth, K I).^Hurrowa, Jaines K^Iturke. It. II^liullette, Jamea^Carthrae, A. K.^Cheap Jake^Cook, B I,.^Co tin. M. O.^Cornell. .1 U^CafTrey A h^lm^ton^Denton, Nick^Donley, Charles^Duplanthy, Louis^Kldridge, K K.^Kenans, M. K.^Koat, C. C.^Kredrickson, Kuudt^*ianther. K. V^1111 in a n Cbaa.^Uorder, (iustar
lierg,Olof^Iteauhier, D.^Ilorgeaon, K. W.^Cuekley. Martin^Hurk, }. 11.^Cable, W. K.^Carney, 1.. a.^Clark, .1.^Cook, Wm. K.^Connors, Dennis^Corse, James M.^Daley, Joaeph K.^Deyner. EtoOttl^Dudley. L. (1.^Kckles. Charles K^Kriksou, Soloman^Keulkner. Chas.^Kortier. Uemle^Oardlner, s. a.^^iilli^an. Michael^QersalelL Joaeph^^ireen, ^ h ah.^(iraham. William 11. drosli, inland 1*.^(ireat Western hand Co.^tiuatapbaon, K. A. Haynen, Wm^Harrison, John^ller/.og, A.^II. - ht. M.^lleldt. Joseph^Hunter, John^Hughes, Kills^Jack, John^Johnaon, Louis,^Keii, sauiuel^Kennedy, Daniel^King, J. M.^Landan, Kred^1.- ihiueaux, A. I'.^Mndatrom, t*us^Linden, Auguat^Loreng, C
Harrington,f. T.^Hcnderaon, (leorge^Henderson, A.^Hoiten, 11. M.^Hutchinson, William^Huiaon, Mr.
Kafn,Wm.^Kelts, John^Kerr, James^Kuehn, Theo. G.^Larrabee, John^Leanderaon, M A.^Ljungberg, C. O.
I.uter. Jamea^Matheaon, Hugh (t) Mahoney, Kane^Mustt-n, NileMattaon, M. A.
Mi.i.-n.LarryMilot, K. A.
Morrow,W. ^.Morton, L. It.
Mullanly,John M^ Kernan. P. U.^McKeaain, James McKly, John^MeKay A Neill, Mcguade, William^McLaugbliA. 11. Neel, George^Nnon, JosephN'oonan, John
irrw. r. Wm. A. Herce, Krank J. (2)^IVnnebaker. Waller Pearl, C. C.^Lend d'oreille Lumber Co.
Plutt,Joseph,^Kelt, (reo.^liyon, W.^^VhrofT, Theodore^^Schneider, Captlat^Shaunon, li N.^Smith, Itt-mie J.^Smith, N.^Swe^tland. J. U.^Tbevlene. Seraplin
!TlIn|S.e,Matt^Hlcbard. John K.^Scrogga, It. ^L^SchlanbuaM h, Theo.^eheridan, John^smith, Ornie
Sweet,William^Springer, A. 11.^Tnerletm. John
u*-v irur, .iriaiiiiu | m^-| .^Oil
Weat,K I'^Whalen, John^White, Kichard^Wigh, John^Wight, H. Q.^Wilson, William^/eimanz, ChrisUff
Whit*-.Samuel G.^Whltalter. David^Whitcomb, Chas^Wlsahrod. Kred^Wllkina, John^Wolf. C. C.
Anderson.Hilda^Harmon, Ll/zie C.^Coburn, Mrs.^Ctmaanev, Miss Kat^^llamui. Mlaa liertha^Howell, Mrs. Klla
Hupfer,Mlaa I hereala Ci)
Haruard.Kitty^llernard, Mra. Uoea^Cole. Amelia^Granite, Miss Marie^Hauaon, Miss Alblna^Lovenlwrg, Mrs.
Jackaon,Mrs. A. J.^Johns^^n, Mrs. M.^Lach, Carrie Mlaa^Lyons, Philip^Moore, Marv A.^McKey. Lizzie Mra.^Nora, Tilda 0.^i;e|.i^) Mary^St. John, Mattie
Sweeney,Mra.^Tbompaon, Pearl^Weking, Anna.
Johnaon,Mlaa Ina^Johnson, Mra. Lealle^Luderger. Mra. K. U
Morris,Mra. Mary J.
Neuland,Hoaa^Sherman, Stella^Stevenson. TrUle^Stocking, May Mrs.^Sunt, KluatH-th^Tim ma, ^ iertie
C.D. Outim, p. M.
Thefollowing real estate transfers were^filed In the recorder's office ynaterday:
JohnWlrk at M U^ Frank H. Clark al ot,^lut Id hlork I, llakna tnarnalta
B.I. stonaat as to ^^, W. Houglitaa. lot^'M, hlnrk ^ ^ttona a addition
Ill/atwth\ awtar to Hanry l.aUcb, lot -M,^i ^ h HT, H^^lana towoalla
K.oranraA Bu ktnan lo Daa .1. v*alaa.lft^a, hlor.k ^*'^, an4 lot V. Mock MS, Uobark^v ' hi.i. i, ^^ addition
UarvttyI i lark at al Ut * tru* h rPiurrr.^Iota 14, 1% hioro S4, Oatrai addltlan....
CyrtiaaV Bourar Ut KUsa ( lark, lota 14, \\
K.ii Mowar, probata ju1i(^, fo V I' Star^Mag, part of lot *l, block i\ UH*n*^lowualta
Throng-h( halrl ar* to KanwCltj.
TheMinneapolis A SL Louis railway,^^Albert Lea Route, **v^r ready to meet^the demands of the traveling puhtic, upon^March 17th, IKHW, inaugurated a through^chair car service between St Paul, Minne^^apolis and Kansas City, leaving St Paul^dally, eicept Sunday, at W:I0 a. in., Mlnne,^apolis at M:S0a. m.
Thesecars are mode I^ of perfection and^In many reapwta are superior lo thoae run^by any road. The Interior la finished in^select, d and exquisitely polished wocxl* of^mahogany, cherry and oak. The curtains,^earpet*. etc., in harmony of design and^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^^hicles of their class in A inerlca.
Formaps, rates, tune carda, etc., address^nearest K. Ji. agent, or write to
ft \U^\ i^. ii. T. A P. A.
JobWork.^The Indki'Kndknt job MM are now^the most complete m the territory. Within^the past few weeks we have received a^cetuplttte line of new type, and are now^prepared to do both plaiu and fancy work^on the) shortest noti-v.
Chamberlaln'aCough remedy will cure a^cold In less tune if.an any Other treatment^Its effect Is to loosen the cold, render the^mucus teas tenacious and easier to eipect-^orate, and cauae its expulsion from the air^cells of the lungs. It also opens the secre^^tions, allays the fever, and restores the sys^^tem to a natural and healthy condition.^Sold by It, M. Parchen A Co.
imtard'sSpecific IS an absolute cure for^all eruptive diseases of the skin, such as^Salt Klieuin, Barter's Iteh, King Worm,^Scald Head and all itching or Inflamed con^^ditions of the akin, whether arising from^disease or exposure. It Is guaranteed In^every case. Sold by It. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale ami retail agent*, Helena.
yruaof Flga 0'a*naaa tha Syatam.
Syrupof Flga la Plaaaant and tffactlve.^oaa tvrua of Slga for Oonatipatloa.
NiwVohi, March W, Bar allvar.wl
(oppar QMaM* MtMM| laka April $14 ^.
Load^I'm banicad ; dumaatlr, |MMl.
Thaatork markat atartad out this morning with^a burat sjf artl\lty wbhh, howavar aoon dlad^a a^ ay, and tha usual dul.'nesM wnsuwl, with a da^rlioa from tha hlKb prlraa of tnaopanln^ The ra-^aultof tha day a oparalUns, howavar, la to laava a^ureal majority of tba list fractionally hlgtiar,^with a law marked . n\ . ^ Tba cloaa was qutat^t^ut firm, aod Kannra'ly at cl ^aa to ^ jit-nlio; fltCiiraa^^Hvarmnvnt bonda air*^ dull tint firm,
lHtrol*^iin^ opanad ataad) at ^M h^^ ,E* loi-ltiK doll^at VI Hr.
UovarnmantlM^nda. 4a, 1-jh^ , 4^a, 1UH;^Nortl^arn|I'arlflr, V , prnfitrred, t*^\ j Oraaton^Navigation, KM. Uratfon Inn rovetn^nt, 46;^Union Pacific, Kt; Trana^ontliiar.t^i,| \is^.
Moaayon rail aasv at ^^ par cant, l'rlma^inarrantlla papfr, ^^vii*'-*% m^til^u axchanRa^dull, Itrni and unchan^(Md.
LIV HTOCE.^Cmihaoo March T, 4'atU*--Ka^alpta, 1.1(H);^ataaly; ha^^vaa, $4.V(Vga440; ataara, anuo^4io.^utiK-karn an^l fM.Mlf ra, %i40. Taiana, $'
uoga-Kacalpta,LMJ] alrona: mixed, M M^4.S0; haavy, $1 I sr.. Il^ht. |4 W^^4 Mf^.
Nbfwphmcipta. fi.no. atroDJfJ natlvaa, |M M^t^.00; waatarn corn fed, %*:B*m,\Xk\
cuu'a(K ritlHH ' k^C'nicaax), March 1:1ft p. m. Cloaa^ Whaat^rloaad Irragular; caab. W%iIt May, fl.ois. July,^SSc
Cora-Firm;cash, S4fcc; April, SSc; May,
Oata-Firm; caah.'^c; Mav. X^\
Pork Strongar; May. |IK^eU; .Inly, fl'J.BTH.
Lard s ^ ^dv . rash. $'. , May, f7 10.
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
HONSMOOTH A HIAVY MILL CAMTIMttSJ^a a^araaLTT
karamariu ^nb patrnt dinihia acting roua anal^folding knaa reat. Light,^.auhauntUl and handaum**.^I I'aad In tba baat lUn.it and^Orcbaitraa. Unrqualad for^tone, aurpaaa all others In^flnlah and appeeranea, 'f^nearcat Muiic dealer doea^not keep tbt-m, write to aa^for llluatraied, Catalogua.^* HBALY. Chtoano, Hi.
Allkinds of merchandise and nth*^frnightH, Including orea, promptly trans^^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and at the^depot. Orders will reoeWe prompt at^^tention.
AHlatorv of Our Haroaa, Our atataaman, Our^Scholar*, Our Man of Noto In Cvory F|^ia
TbaOnly National Standard.
Applotoa'sCTcli'j.aMla of American Bto|rra-^phy ^ rontaina a b|ogr^|^hlral akatrh of avarr i^ar-^e-.n eminent In Auarlcan civil and military aiaio-^ry. In law aod polltlca, in dlrloltr, literature and^art, Is eclenca aod In lnevntlon. laclndlag dlatln^irulabad aaraona born abroad that are related to^oor national hlatory. and embrace* all the coun-^trtee of North and soath America It la a com-^pel*l bietory of tba Now World la every branch^of ht
Tin*liniM^rtar^ce ^f puiif^ n.y the M^mk| r ,m-
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Attills a-uhon iH Jtjljr r\oy u,.' nee^I^ ;.^bjo^m1 m^ ilii iite to i,r.t i:y. \ ,:...j ^ it .^ ..
theMood, uixl Hood * lajs ipafUla i* *^ rtlij^your eottfldt'iu-r*. It h |- ^ ' : i l!. *^alratigilniis ithd but Mi ii j' I In i t^ i
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100Doses r n
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
QOWARUrtlUKKBV P. WHITE.
DHBignatHdDepository of the^United Siai^tt.
8.T. Ha user.Prealdeut
T.H. KleinschmidtWt Cashier
Geo.H. HillBaxsond Aas't Cashier
S.T. Mauser.^A. II. Holtar,^Granville Stuart,^K. W. Kutf(ht
JohnC. Curtlu,^R. 8. Hamilton,^C. P. Hlgglns,^A.J. Uavis,
T.H. Klelnsohmldt, Henry M. Parchen,^T. C. Power.
tran ear tad.
Intoreal uald on time tepoalls.
Paidin Capital - - $150,0(0^Surplui and Profit! - 140,000
LH. HERSHFiFLDf Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'i^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
90AHUOP OIKtC TOMS
THUatAH^ Ml MB,a. WANDh,
E.E. HUNTLJO,W. D. Nlt'UULAax
aj DAViDaoN, Moaaa mohhis,
La. UEUHMrifLD, a. HBHUariXLD
W.B. H I'DNALU
Collections Receive Pnianpt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^ty Securities,
InterestAllowed on Deposit*^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Busine^t^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
hki.hna,MONTANA.^fJNlTKD 8TATK8 DKP08IT0BT.
L.0. Phelps, Vice-Prm and Act. Canh'r^8. K. AtkinbonAaalatant Caahler
A.G. Cures, Herman Sans,^H. K. Salin. Peter Larson,^C. W. Cannon, B. 0. Wauucx.
B.C. AflHBT. D. A. CORY.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
ofHELENA.^Incorporated Uaoatrtha Laws of Moo'ana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
AllowaA per rem. inttreat ou Savtngt*^DeponltH, couipoandrxl January and July.
WaaatsaToa,D. C, Feb. 1, ltttf.^PKDPOtlALb will gfl re.elve,i gt r.. . onUact^omca of this Dapartuant unUl 4 p. m o* April 10,^lWa, for carrying tbe malla of tba I nlted HUtaa^and according to tbe acbadila of arrival and de^partnree, specified b^ the Department, In tba Ter^^ritory of Montana, fmm Jnly 1 1HW, to June 11,^1m) Llata of nrntaa, with acbaduUa of arrlvala^and dapartarea, Inatrm tlona to bidders with^forms for contracts and hoada, aad all other^neceeaary Information, win be fnrnlehed apoa^application to tha Second Aaaiatant Puatmi^General
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
Jobbersand Dealers in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
BainWagons, Whilelaj Steel MOWERS and Binders, Cham-
fion Mowers, Bonanza. Ti^er, and Hollint'Bworth Hay Rakes,^)li^er Chilled and Moline Sie*^l P1^jws, the Flyinff Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CommonHarness of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagons, Carts, Buckboards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
A.M.HOLTER HARDWARE CO
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Weston'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^Hand Blowers and Forges,^Atkins Silver Steel Sawsf^Lumbering Goods,^Fire Brick,^Mica Roofing,^O K^BuUding Paper,^Iron, Steel and Wire Nails.^Also Carry the Most Complete^Assortment of Builders' Hardware
IV THE) MAh K.B7I.
Agentifor Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam Pumps,
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive hrompt Attention. Corres^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
HIDES,FUR and WOOL
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warhons^ opposite Northern Pacific Hail 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 Motions,
NewStore! New Stock! No Old Goods!
InteriorDecorator and Paper Hanger,
intvttaaordar* raqulrlng correct (gala and exact workmanahlg Largaat and beat a^ tec ted^Block of Wall Heper, Room Mouldlnga, Window Brtadea, Curtain Holaa. etc., 109 Qrand atreet,^back of Flret National Bank Mall Ordera promptly executed.
THEMONTANA COFFEE AND SPICE COMPANY,
Fauill/trada a apecialty. Free lallvery to all parta of tha city.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.
TheLargest Leading Hotel. Has the very Best Accom^niodations in the city. Katea Reduced; $2 pe^ ay ani^upwards, according to location of rooms.
jas.McMillan ^ CO.,
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS, FURS, WOOL, TALL0 V
GinsengAnd Senec a Root.
SHEEPPELTS ft FURS A SPECIALTY.
101,103 at Haft Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS, MIN.
Shipm-nta^ Solicited.VVnla for ^ irculaipe.
TheHelm Steam Heating and WCe
PLUMPERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
manufacturers of steam heating apparatus
Blnaaod Mill Suppltgg, Iron I'lpa and PltUnga, Bragg Uooda, I'lambera , Uaa gad Hiagm Flltgr*
203# Mam St.
Doesnot slack when nxposed to the air as most all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal ib similar to An^thraeite in character, and does not till the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
Office-Montana Central Depot.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32aod 34 Main Street, Helena, M. TM
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers Id
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule Slues. Horse Nails,^Steel Nails. Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's foods,^Hose. Belting, Tinner's Stock, Force and Lift Pumps,
QasPipe and Flttlugs. Carpeuters' Tools
ateAgent, ft t*e Oelgbrate*
SUPERIOR^and Famous 14 ACORN ^^Cooking and Heatlug Stoves,
AndW O Ftoher'e Olnolonatl Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cbests, Water Coolers.^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Willowware, Gl^s*.^and Queensware, English and American Cutinry^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods ana^Supplies, House Furnishing Goods, Kto. Sit
Iverybodjlg rggpgtttaUy tgrligd bet ell gad Ingpgct tha LAKUlttT and mogl oonineie at org ot
vVIOLhSALb AND RETAIL STOCK OF WOODS IH TI
0 #art trgaa lk^ Ovwnlrv a)^4laileg tag Hgaglvg *rgmgi *iu^non angghtpmant
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
noblesexplosive dynamtie^tudson's improved powder
MeeoinmandM^* Mlnera. Rallrogg Oonlrgalerg, ang anggr*e4 by the pubila in general ea Ife^^Vongeat, tafeet end Beat of all high eaglggivgg).
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
GENERALAGHNT8, HELENA MONTANA.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HgrlDftlagged tha two nppr floon of tba David wm block and connected tbe eeme wltk oar already^Ira men ae aalaerooma, we now occupy fonr entire gggjfg axlandlng tbrongb tbe wbola block from^Jat kaan ti^ Main atri*at, atorkad throuKhniit with good* of evary grade and at iirlcaa tbat defy combo^Ullon. Bvery pnrchaM made 8TKHTLY k^i^ . ^ ^m UIHBOTLY PKOM F1K8T UANDb god^ahlpped Hi * Alt LUADH ONbY. An examination ot gooda and oom)^arleon of prlcea aollclted.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCHADISE.
Carpets- Wall Paper
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.
ThePioneer of the Great West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN* PROPRIETORS.
TheOMeet, Most tollable. Le^dlnf( Klrst-claw Hotel In tbe Territory.
OfAll Grades and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
FormerlySPAREY S HOTEL
Runou Both American and European Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mr-.T. H. MO0RK, Proprieteee.
Nt'fl^^a barat^ given that th- annual ala^Hon^of cil v offlcara of tbe cltj ot Helena will be bald^on Mi n 'ay, tbe lat day of April, iTbe (^ol a^will opan at 1 o'clork p m., and cloaa at 7 o'clock
Tbaplacee whara votaa will he teeelved and tba^JndkC*^ of election ar* aa f'kilowg:
Ftai * ard-t'tty Hall: Jadgee,Wm Lorey.8. p.^ainnay
SecondWard-Kngiu^^ booaa; Jud^ga, Cornallaa^Bed gee, Bd. L Flaherty
ThirdWard-Armory Uall; jadfga, Jog Oana,^P. J - Conaor. m
urtb Ward-Uerbaaaar'a. jodgwa, Tbomaa A^Ray, W. W. Hn.au. _
rifibWard -Kifctrtc light offloa; jodgae, W. i.^Haakeli, g, C Kllpatrlrk.
MathWard Engine houa* Judg *, J.C BCSMa,^P. 4. ParrlDe.
HeventhWard Southwaat coru-r ^-f Bracken^ridge md L^avta atraeU; Judjc**. VV K wbtaler,^Havtd Hath.
Bvordar of tbe City Conn'tl.
a:0 BuTaiN, Cliy Clgrk.
DatedUalana, Moot., Mart h ^, ISM.
The Montana A Canada Railway
\OTI('B-The tmopreik u^m1, corp^^rgton of tha^Montana A Canada Kailw^y Company, here-^hy give noti^a ibal tta^t txM.ka for rerelvlag anb-^arripUona to tba cat lial atock of aald rorporatlon^whl be opeaed on the 4th day of AprU, lbMW, al^thalr office In H'lrna, Montana.^CaplUl atock, $4,(K)u,aou; abaree, flUOeach.
HKRVBYBaKBOUR.^T U KLKINM'UMIDT.^U H AL KM.^H D. MM -RK,^(iRU. II HILL.^Helang, M f^ Marcb Mb, 18W.
OKAKI) prhpoggla for th^ parchgaa of Cttr^O Warr^nu, Waring T per cant ln'ertat, to tha^amount of ai.Wai, will be rerelvetl at my offl^ * In^tba Court Mooaa until Saturday, March 80 IBM.^at H o'clock marl^llan. 1
Hr 1UKX^KN, t lev Traaaorer^Uelana, March a, imJ mmmmm
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX L BAZAR
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE OttAND CENTRAL HOT1UU