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Helena,Mont., April C, 188W
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ThaINDEPCNOEN T MM a i^r(^r OaMy circula^^tion than any nawaoapar batwaan at Paut and^Porltand and a largar circulation than any^sthar two daily papara publlihad In Montana.^^t haa no praaa roam aatrats, ita auhacriptlon^aookaara opan to Inapaction, and it la aiwaya^'aady to iprova .thai ita circulation la aa rapra-^^antad
Entaradat tha Poatofftca at Maiana aa sacond-^^ laaa mattar.
Bon.am.Kft1h a manter of the art of^war by prm-laruation. Hi stewflsti^niauifpHtoes are a* harm lew as hi-*^Hword.
KkoMout of the Miioke and f^^K N^Hutte there MM the rumor that Qtftt^OtatrtM barren hat Mh weather eye^trained spun the jruhernatorial office,^and that he will he sttsN from In that^connectiou .luring thn approaching nuih-^iner.
Thkhkan* thirty applicant* f*^r the^oflice of SSfSfaMf of Alaska, which i*^j'j-t i Hill- le-^M deniralile a [m^^if 1 -m than^that of a lahorer on the Helena Hewer^xynteui Hut the repuMiraziH are rav^^enously hungry for oflice, and nothing^tn ho pMf an to fall to eirite their envy.
Tin^^reat PUk Leader in ili-tinguirfh-^ing Nsjaa hy ditriiHMing the danger that^threaten this country from Kngland'h
r; power. It is enough to keep the^KalNiten awake o' uightH to he told that^^the Hon'* hyena dawn^ may be felt^ui^(|i their defenseleHH throatH at any^moment.
manter,for Mr. Maine Ih not the man to^forget the calinen of Mm |^olitlcal down^fall. The ntsftiou of Mr. \an Cott In a^concession on the part of rretddent Har^rif*on to the demanda of the local bonaeM,^the choice of Mr. Harrison hatinf been^John K. Hummer, who waa an avowed^Miller mau. ThuH Ih the man who ^fell^outHlde the breaHtworka^ once more nacri-^tWd, vicariously, to be Hure, but none^the lean aacritied.
ThkHoulderiteH are exerting them^nelveH to get up a capital boom. Bottld -r^in a promising town, and if the capita)^is neceHHary to its happineaH it *liall^have it^ unleaa aome other city, aa^Helena, for example, nhowH a ^sttsl^claim. Meanwhile, Boulder should it-^vote itnelf to acquiring the proportions^of a city.
Tmkkkhan been a great dual of RlSB|^prehension regarding the amount of^land thrown open to nettlement in Indian^territory hy the prenideut's Oklahoma^proclamation. The land- that are adapt^^ed to cultivation amount to only about^1,600,000 acnn, and aw there are over Is,^000 people waiting to make homestead^entries it in evident that at least one-^third of them will be left out iu the cold.^Montana oflern inducement* to those^who failed to Hud home*, in Oklahoma.^Th^j area of arable land In the great^northern reservation, recently thrown^open to settlement, greatly exceed* that^of Oklahoma.
STAMLKY M iSSMslf.
Acarping criticiMn of such a mau as^Henry M. Stanley, which appeared yes^^terday in a Helena print, will do more^towards lowering the critic than the ex^^plorer in the estimation of his readers.^To say that HUch a man an Stanley \n^impelled by motives of personal gain ii^ahsurd U^ a degree. To MH at the com^meicial hpirit that animated Stanley^previous enterprises indicate* an absence^of knowledge of the commoneat facta in^the world's history. In all times and In^all countries commerce has been the^real pioneer. The mission* of Ue Suet,^Mar.juette, .foliette ami Hennepin would^never have been undertaken hut for the^trapped awl hunter* who had preceded^them into the wilderneNaeaof the Ameri^^can continent. Moreover, the Helena^critic does not indicate anywhere In hi*^remarkable effusion a knowledge of His^fact that the pftMftl extH-dition was un^^dertaken solely in thecaUHHH of ncience^and humanity, for the relief of one of^the niont devoted of men, who ha* Hpent^many years in effort-* for the elevation^of savage people and for the establish^men! of scientific fact-. Kmin I'aaha^was well worth the effort* that have^bevn pal fortfi to re-cue f.iin from the^perils that encompassed him. The^friend and lieutenant of the heroic^^fhineae^ (iordon, he ruled over the^province of tvjuatorial NHid.ui with rare^wi- loin and tatight the natives the rudi^^ment-of agriculture and the manufac^^tures, wiped out the deht under which^the government had been struggling,^and all the w hile pursued an arduous in^^vestigation into the geography, ethnolo^^gy, natural history ami meteorology of^the country. Deaerted at his (tout at the^time QsfSOS was left to his fate, the^Kuglish government tardily awoke to^the necessity of rescuing him, and to^that end Stanley, than whom no man^living has done ho much toward* open^^ing up the African continent to the^commerce and civilization of the Cau^^casian race, WM commissioned to lead^the expedition which, according to the^latent reports, lias been successful in it*^purtstse. There is little of the Buffalo^Bill in Henry M. Stanley that no one who^lit watched the career of tha latter^would mention hi* name in the same^breath with that of the frontiersman^turned -bowman.
Aneasy way of explaining a defeat at^an election was adopted by the Chicago^inter ocean, republican. The city hav^nig given the democratic nomine| foi^mayor overmajority, ^Chicago.
*aysthe Inter Uoean, ^is a republican^city, hut the republicans have a danger^MM way of staying at home on election^dav.^ It would have been nearer the^truth to say that citizens ,,f Chicago are^opposed to ring rule, such an the republi^^can mayor wan giving them, and voted^to ^turn the raacal* out.^ Creiger will^he mayor, which Roche was not, having^been from the Urnt the mere tool of a^political bos*.
Inknomination of Mr. Oilpatrick to^be school trustee fir this school district^1* an excellent selection. The people of^Ib li-na should shew hy going to the Ceii^tral school building, on the east Hide tins^afternoon, and voting for Mr. ililpatrick,^that they take an active intere*t in the^education of the young. Kor once the^apathy that ha* characterized the voter*^of this city in relation toachool election*^should be laid a*lde. The poll* are open^from I until I p. m
(II AN OK OK TIMK
Anothrhblow haa been *truck at the^^iiherty of the presa,^ a* the bombastic^Houtelie would *ay. Hut this time It I*^a journalist who strikes the blow.^Kdltor Horace Kublee,of Milwaukee, was^the Hubjectof aoue cauntic remar k* in a^journal published by Kdltor Watrou*. of^the same place. Both are republicans,^and a* become* a patriot Kditor W at-^rous would fain serve hi* country a* col^lectoi of the port ; but Kdltor Kuhlee^has notified the authorities at Washing^^ton that he would regard Mr. Watrou*'^appointment aa a personal affront, and^as he controls the leading republican^daily of the slate, while Mr. Watrou*'^paper If only a weekly, the chance* are^that Kuhlee's wishes iu the matter will^have due weight.
Thkcollectorship of custom* at New^York, to which Joel B. Krhardt was ap^^pointed by the president ye*terday, i* one^of the most valuable position*, ia a polit^^ical seii-e, m the whole list of federal^offices, a* the incumbent ha* the N^lection of a very large force of depu^^ties, clerks and other subordinate*, num^^bering in all from IjOOO!^ m0ql Mr.^Krhardt was the nominee of ttie repub^^lican* last fall for mayor of New York^city, but was defeated at the polls by^Hugh Grant. The appointment of Mr.^Krhardt to the collectorship and of Mr.^Yau Cott to the postmaster*hip indicate*^that the administration 1* not disposed^to lose any time in puttlngMtself in a^po-ition to wield all the political influ^^ence that it can control. In this the^republicans are wiser in their day and^generation than the democratic adminis^^tration which recently passed away.
iv-TaUMTER Pkabson, of New York,^was retained by President Cleveland be^^cause of the efficiency he had displayed^in the management of a most impor^^tant office. He has been removed by^i'restilent Harrison because he was not a^rabid enough partisan to suit the present^administration. In this connectiou it i*^proper to recall the fact that James ^i.^Blalue aud his friends attributed the^defeat of the republicans In New Tork In^KM to the fact that Postmaster Pearsou^would not close the New York postoffice^on election day and set his immense^force of clerks aud carriers at work at^the polls, as other postuasters had done^before him. Without doubt the recollec^^tion of this Incident had its effect in^bringing about the removal of the post-
Thrnuich( Imlr ( ara to Kama* 4 n,
TheMinneapolis a M. I.ouIn railway,^^Albert Lea Koute,^ ever ready to meet^the demands of the traveling public, upon^Mar^ h ITth. \m^, Inaugurated a through^chair i'ar service between St Caul, Ml AM^apolln and Kanaas City, leaving St. Caul^daily, except Sunday, at l:M 4 111., Mm,.^apoiiM at 9al a iu.
The***can* are model* of NFfMflltfl ami^in many respect* are hu peri or to those run^b^ any road l ite interior in nniHlied lit^selected and exquisitely limbed wo^hIh of^inahoKan^, eherrj and Oftk^ The curtains,^carpets, etc., In barntony of design and^color form an en ten Die phasliitf to the^eye ami grant) uitf to a cultivated taste,^No pain I or . (pi nit) |, iVe t^eeu Npared to
Makethen me most rimfnrt ajgnring ve-^hiclen of theif rlaai in America.
ForitiapN. rates, Une eardi, etc., addreru*^neareat K K. atf^ nt, or write to
dK. B0T1^, ii. T. 4 1*. A.
Minneapolis.C. L Cam ii i D, UflD, A^t., Helena.
SanFrancisco and Los Angeles Excur^^sion Rates.^On JamiHi) 1Mb and the name date each^month thereafter, the Cnhm I'acltic rail^^way company will aell excursion tickets to^Btl Krancnteo at the following ratea from^Helena, t.unitf and returning via i^Kdent^176; going via Ofdca and returning via^Portland - elUisi bi rail or ateamer tietween^San Krencisca and Cortland 1 or vice versa,^SWi. Uoa Aritfeien and return, goinK via^1 igden and returnlni name, $H^. Tickets Ut^tlie als.ve points include side trips, (^nden^Ut Salt Lake City and return. All the
ibovetickets are *1 8|xt^ days gotng.ex-
tremelimit hix innnthH from date of sale^and allow stop over privileges in both di^^rections within the limit. Through Cull^^man cars between Helena and l'^^cate|lo^via the Montana Central and Butte, leaving^Helena daily at 730 a. m.
A.K. Vka/ie,^'I'rav. 1'aart Age, J* N. Mam st
WinterExcursions to California.
Onthe 10th day ot every month the^Northern 1'antic Railroad company will^sell excursion ticket* to San Francisco and^return at $76; Ut Los Angeles aud return,^SW. These ticket* have an extreme limit^of six months from date of Issuance, ami^can be used going any time within sixty^1 HOi days from date of sale. Stop-overs al^^lowed at any point d* sired^either going or^returning^within limit of ticket Kx-^cursionists have choice of two routes from^Cortland^by steamer, or by rail, via the^famous Mount Shasta route.
Bearin mind that the Northern Cat m. |9^the only line running through sleeping and^-lining cars to the Pacific co^at.
A.C Stokkn, (ieneral Agent
ViwYoaa, April 4. Bar atlver.W*.^C* op par Lowar; waak , laaa, April.
Laad-Baat#r,dumesUr, || 7s
TradingId tba atutfc marital to day gave art^danra uf a cnmplata rha^ge la tha a^olatlva^tatnparwblrb haa occurred durlotr tha paat two^daya, and buying to-^lay was hy tba moat promi-^nant hoaaaa, wblla tba aallari wart* prla^tpaUy^tba i ^ ^i haar contlngant, tbara t^alng a tuarXaU^falling off In i - ^^ tailing i^rdara racalvad from out^of town, aapacUlly from Baaton and ' hlcago,^Tha rlosa was fejfcrt at or naar tha haat prlraa uf^tba day ^^ovarnm**nt rntada dull and ataadr
I'atroU*uinopanml waak at V^S, cloalng doll at^M|
UovaramanttMinda ia, l-^V 4^a, 1^**.^Norti.arn I'arlf1', NHj praferrM, ^*e^; Ueeffea^NavlgaUon, ton. Oragon luiprov^^m^^nt, 44,^Traaarontlrtuntftl, ^i. I nlon I'acllc, ^1H
Moat-yon rallavy at \^\tyi p#r I'rlna^inarcantlla papar, 4-^4^ht4 Htarllng ai^ hantra^dull and abaady . Sixty day bills $1 m% lK*tiiand^^UHl.
Cairaao April ^ faitia rW*1t^t*. -^Hioea and l'a higher, !^^^^ ^ gt 4^^4^ft.l*j^4i0. atorkcra and frnxlara, $.'^^*.i^u,^Taxaa aUwra, is v^m.i
MotraIttwHpU, 15.0(0); opana4 steady: rltiaad^Btron^wr . ndi**d, |4 TiKtM.W. haavy, |4 ^^light, $4 00
sh*^p if-. ^naUvaa, $l.uo
O.ao; waatcrn torn M, $4 so.
CUK'AUOPBBMrM.^^icaavi, April V 1 M a^ m ^ i..a^- Whaat-^Maady. caah, *\\, J ah. wis^Cure Slaady, caab, May, 4!^\, July ati
UiU ^t-%.:y raab, *^, Mav. \ July Baft*^I'ork ataa-ly ; Ma/, %U ^C July, |K' MH,^Lard hU-ady. caab.Ma^ f. ^ July.
Paiupsi'in*, April b Wool ^pilat an1 noun^nal
iPiarop.April V-W^il dull, with aalaa of all^kinds for tha w^wk 1 .SKi.Vii pounds.^^ d this amount aSwuuu pounds w**r*^^foralga. Naw Auatrallan 1^ lff|vte| and^la In damand. I'rlcaa of dmnaatli^w.hiI ara haraly atialalba*!, althuatfh thara waa no
h-- (hang** In territory w^hiI Nothing of^linpartaara waa d' n^ owing Ut tha atnail available^atork, hut thara mm uihh v , lr^ r^^r noa on a^be*la of ^u^n,***. Sinhn a^le^ uf 1 ir^.m Hnd^allforula wo^iJ wa/e made at IT^ar, aa to qual^Ity , pulled ^t^'U steady.
Cortland.Oregon, March 2^.^Having ' t ^ .1 the effects of the concen^trate^l eitracts of dragon Kidney Tea. we^cheerfully hear witneas t^i ita benehclal^agfiicy In affection* of the digestive or^gans. It is simple, safe, and sure; it in^easily taken and restores healthy vitality^to the organs it Is intended to operate upon^with assured sip-cess.
Kdltor(Jatholic s*-ntinel.^Hold hv K S. Hale, wholesale and retail^AgetlU, fleiena.
Ifyour cough keeps you awake and rest^^less hy night take Ayer's Cherry pMtwfftl^and ohtain immediate relief. This remedy^allays Inflammation, heals the pulmonary^organ*, induce* sleep, and restore* health.^The sooner you hegin the better.
Whenthe spring time come*^ we usu^^ally rind ourselves drowsy aud eihawetodi^owing to the impure and slugglsti state of^the hltHKl. To remedy this truuhle take^A yer's Sarsaparllla, the most powerful, yet^safe and economical, hlood purifier In ex^litem ha
WaMHahy waa al^ k, we gave her CaaU^r1a,
Whenshe waa a Child, she affal for Caatorla,
WhseiMas seeejsae Mi**, Mas riung to caaP^ii^,
When^h^ had 1 l.il !r-n ahe^ave lh^ m ('aatorla*
yrupof ^aa Olaanaaatha flfatafr.^Syrup of Flga la Plaaaant and Effactlva.^^^e Syrua of Figs for Oonarpatlo*
Thisis what you ought to have, In fact,^you must have It, to fully enjoy lift*. Thous^^ands are searching for It dally, and mourn^^ing because they find it not. Thousands^upon thousands of dollars are spent annu^^ally by our people in the hope that they^may attain this boon. And ^^ t ft may be^hail by alt. We guarantee that Klectric^Bitters, If used according to directions aud^the uae persisUMl in, will firing you good^digestion ami oust the d^ uion dyspepsia^and Install Instead eupepsy. We recom^^mend Klectric Birters tor dyspepsia and all^disease* of liver, stomach and kidnevs.^Mold at 5Uc and 81 per bottle by K. K. Hale^a Co , druggist.
TheC , I., St La A 0. Ky. f Kankakee^Kinej Is the best line to Chattanooga, At^^lanta. Savannah. Charleston, Jacksonville,^st. Augustine, Thomasvllle, Pcnsacola,^Mobile, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Balti^^more. Washington, Kichruond, Vs^, New^^port News, Old Tolut Comfort, etc.
Ifyou tiavo made up your mind to t^iy^II^kh1' 4 bJirHUpirlil.t do nut be Imluci ^1 to leke^anyotbtfr. A |W^hti^n lady, whose ea ueple I-*^Vtuithy hidt.itioii, tills h^T exjH-rh in ^^ h MM I
*'In one store VflafM I m nt to buy Hood's^S trs ipitiUtn the rb-tk Med to (miner M INBJf^Mjejf own lnstr;td of ll(K^ir^; he told MtlsSSt*!^Vtould i.o l louget; thai 1 might lake il on Ku
aya*trial; that If 1 did nut like It I need e ^t^^ay anything, etc. But lie could m t \n^ 1 Ul^n ma to change. J fold him I h.td I do u^lotsl's Sar^apaiill.i, kin-w v.ImI it \*.is, w;-^atlsfled uilh It, and did pot w.tul any oih* r.^Vhrn i iH'gaii tiikiug II .^!'* S.o aparilla^was iMMMej real MMafJtBl M Wttll ffysee|s^la,
*ualso weak tliat ut MMMM I eeMMl Latdly
stand.i lookid like a prr-on In c.nsnnn*.^tioti. HikhI's Sar^^aparlll:i d .1 Mt M M h^g^MKl that i wsMMMJff at inj ^ :f a^iaaeUrtieii,^and my friends fre(|iienily ajMakef M,H M aa^Hi.la A. UoffVi tl Terrace Hfeet, Meafi u.
Soldhy all drutrirWta. #1. sli for a;,. hlSaSei aalj^by c. I BOOB * ^ o., Aik.vIh * an.n, l alsslt. Haas
IOODosos Ono Doltar
Territoryof Montana, county of Lewla and^Clarke, a*
Intha Jn^t!^'^* ^ Court of \ u toauablp,^hafor** I^ -I. 11^ can, .Un^.- of tha IVv**
AleiandarChiabulm, llalntlff, va .John Manea,^tMfHt.dtnt. a
i'lit*1I'Ih of tha Territory of Montana to the
abovenamed defendant greeting:
Youare betebf ^ummoHHd to na and apuaar ^^e^foretaali J. Ilo^an. a .!astl^a of tha neara, la^and tor the ^ ountv of I..-wi- and (iarka, at my of^flea In Angiiita abhln ten days after the soespla^tlon of tha servtes of thia suraHionda to wit
Aftertha *Uh day id April, A. D, i-\ than and^Ihers to inalta ansaer to tha complaint of Alai^seiUf OhM4olsi theahova nan ed plaintiff. In a^rivil artlon to rarovar Urn sum of two hun Irad^and elght^*an and fifty one hundredth dollars^'I Lf name helng | halanre due for aarvlraaran-^d^red and la^M^r performed hy said plalmlff tor^aahl defendant hetweea the 4to day of Septamliar^and tha mh dav of No\ernhar, A. I^ lw^A, and In^default thereof ju lunient will le* rendered against^you, John Manas, tha an \e named defendant tor^thaaumof two huadrad and eighteen and flftjr^ana hundredth dollars and ^ o^taot tult In hla ha^ha f expanded
dveounder my hand this flrat day ^^f Vi rn,^A. h HftD. J. 11* Hi An,
.lastlceof tha Paaca ot eald l ow nehlp.
Noticela harehy given that ih* Board of County^CiBimlaalonera of Lewis andClarkei'ounty, M^tana TeMtory, will meet In aitra aaaalou at IU^o'clock a. m on Monday, April f, IKhs
JB TtK)KKK,^* onnty Clark.
Helena,Moot , April 9 1WW
Ooldand Silver . .^Hllver g Id and lead
I0 AntlrooDy..^1 fui Arsenic....^Iron
(Ml^6 ^M)^5 ill
To1 o ,.. Colda,^lli-adaebes and levers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet tfently, ^ hen coetlveor^bilious, or wben the bbasi Is Impure or^sIuirKisli, to permanently cure habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without Irri^^tating or weakening them, use Syrup of^Kltfs.
08Lawr.nca Siraat. Maian^, M. T.
Iprrarnt^a and fatly aa-^dor^^^ Hlff ii 1 1 ISa oaly
rtins a -^ *s*^a.MTlMt*RAHAM,M '^Amatareain, N Y
Wabava s^dd Big O for^many years, and It has^riven lbs baal af aaua
i it iiYcnr a co.
(.'hlrftfo.111^^ I.OO. Px^ld hr Unisf lau
K.8. Hale A Co., 11 M. Parchao A OF whole-^sale air^nU.
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA,
Designate*!Depository of the^United Siate.8.
Paid-UpOtpitavl - $000,000^^urploia\nd ProflU ^ - 600,000
8.T. if * ^ kuPrwiident
a.J. Da via.Vlce-Pmddeiit
K.W. k Midi i(Wiler
t.h. k i k i n . n v i.' rA^8*t Vmktm
(iio.H. HillH^^ooQd Am't (^Hhler
8.T. h.i .-rJohn C. Curtln,
A.If. Holt*^r,H. 8. HamiJtoaf
OMfUs.Stuart, ^\ P. Hlfffrliu,^K. W. Knlffht, A.J. ImvU,^T. H. Klelum'hmldt, (ienry M I'.n-hen^T. C. Fow^r.
Qwrtl BANKING BusiiiHHH
transais^a (^^Iniaraat oald on time dapoalta.
Paidin Capital - - $150,0C0^Surplus and Profit* ^ 140,000
L.H. HERSHFIELU, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
90M0Of OmtCTOM^TUOHaYH CHUHJa, M HA NOA,
S.I. Hi NTi.m,w. D. MICUOLAw.
AJ. DAVIOHOM,MOSSli MOKKIH.
UU. HBKWtlKlBM), A HBKHH^1IU
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bu)^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit;^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Buslnes-^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Princi^pal Cities of Europe.
L0. PsULVl, Vtce-Prew. and Act. Cash'r^8. K. AtkinhonAsfjlHtant Cashier
a.(r. i i \ it k e, HRHMAN OANS,
H.K. (valkn, Pim Larson,^C.W.Cannon, R. r. Waluce.^8.c. ahhby, d. a. Cost.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
ofHELENA.^Incoriioratad L'n-lar the Lswa of Moataaa.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.CKUSK ..^T. H. CAUTKK..^WM. J. CM78K..^C. U l^.\ H I KK..
Allowsft per cent. Interest on Saving^Deposits, compounded January ami July.
WaaaiHUTun,I). Q , F^*b. 1, 1SW.^PK()po^ALb will be racalvad at tba Contract^Offlra a| thla DepartmtDt until 4 p. m of April 10,^Imh**, for carrylDK the malla of iba I nlu-d Statae^and acrordlng to tha acbedile of arrival and de^parturee, apat lfled by the Department, In the Ter^^ritory of Montana, from July 1 MM, to Jane80,^isvi) Usta of routaa, with schedules of arrivals^and departuree, lnitrucUuna to hlddtrs with^forma for routracte and iMtada, and alt other^nec*teary lofortuatlnn, will be furntehed npon^application to the Second Aaeletant I'oatmaatar^Oeneral
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent it^ieaof Wttndow Awnings^and tha tateet Improved flitnras for hanslng.
Oanvaaofall ktnda and widths from 4^incha*^wide SS 140 lnchee wide alwaya In atoek.
Thelateet tmi^rovod l amp Oooda.^MAIN STREET, .... UILENA
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria:
OameaSimem*. TKt'Sa in * u^j i^r^rf^#i aar iisaa.*)dc iminKn i*t^^4^mi^' i't'sa. a . ^ r ^ita lutt' ^ m-
tortaifhi u^ Aa*. Tkto ImkiI.ibm Mum (^tr*^mbuitw r^.w. SoiS MiittiT MvrlM. ri4wm^j
W.H. BAKER A CO.
iNew aUratcUoas oa out 5 an l 10 ceat coa-^tera.
Uarpars Baxar 1'aUaraa.
H F. WHITE.
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
Jobbtflaud Dealers in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
BiilWigOM, WhlldwJ Steel MOWIBI and Binders, Cham-^pion Mowers, Bonan/a, Tlg^r, and Holiingsworth Hay Kukes,^Oliver Chilled and Moline 8te^d Plowa, tlx* Flyintr Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
OoMsBOflBaUMMOfftU StyleH. Bttflriit, Carriaffes, Moun^^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery^Wagon-, Carts, Huckhoards.^A Full Line ot EXTRAS.
A.M. HOLIER HARDWARE CO
U* ALE KB 1
Weston'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^Hand Blowers and Forges,^Atkins Silver Steel Saws,^Lumbering Goods,^Fire Brick,^Mica Roofing,^O K Building Paper,^Iron, Steel and Wire Nails.^Also Carry the Most Complete^Assortment of Builders' Hardware
IN THE MARKET.
forAtlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam^Howe Scales.
NEXTDOOR TO P0ST0FFICE.
Stationery,Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ot Notions,
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.
OfAll GhatM and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
PHILIPSBURG,MONTANA,Formerly SPAREY'S H0TE L
Kuuon Both American and Kuropean Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mrs.T. H. M(tKSK, I'roprieteafl.
THEMONTANA COFFEE AND SPICE COMPANY,
Pamllytrada a apaclalty. ft$M tfellvarj to all MfSj f,f ths ciiy.
Doesnot ftlat-k when pxpo8r*d to th^ air as most all other^^oft coal does. A lartf* portion of this coal is similar to An^thrarite in OaaaUMttr, and does not till the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON, Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
PTT1 X* Wf(ikne^^ ^f Budyand Hind Eff.^ U^\J w A* JE4 of Errori or Exrcuci in Old or Tounf,^R^^Ni^t. ^^ai^ a^iiiiHti^ ra^h Rmi*fH ii... n, r.u^ .^.t
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WmMJfraa. UJm. (Hit MLOlCAL CI., IUHAII, S. I.
II Wirrtn 8t I wlaphona ' i O
AHIatoryofOur Meroea, Our Stataaman, Our^Scriolan, Our Man of Note In Every Flald
TheOnlj National BUndard.
Applaton'aCrclopa^^lla of Amarlcan Hln^ra*^, i.)- cootaloa a olu^raphlral akatch of avary par^^mamlnantln Anaricao civil and military hlalu^ry, In law and pnltUca, Id divinity, lltaratur* and^art. In arlanra and In Inanition, fnrlndlntf dlatln^KulatiM aaraens born abroad tnat ara ralat**d to^our national blatury, and embrace* all tha coon-^^^f M^rtb and South Amarica. It la a com-^;.*t-i hlatory of tba Naw World tn avary branch^uf human arhlavamant.
Hr.Swallow offars his sarvkaa In buying and^sailing Mtnee, thinking hla long acquaintance with^the mlnea of lha country and forty yeara expert-^^nc^ in mining ra-y be aaafal to operatom Ha^has several valuable mlasa for sale, and haa baa^neas connections alth saveral eastern parties who^wlahto bay Montana mlnea.
Office8t. Louts Block, No. 17V4 Main straat.
A.tCost^No. 12 Warren St.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.t
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers In
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule Shm Horse Nails,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose, Belting, Tinner s Stock, Force and Lift Pumps,
GasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Took)
0 ^ Agente far th^ Oeiebrataa
11SUPERIOR^ and Famous ^ACORN*^Cooking and Heating Stoves,
aVnd W O Ftshore OlnotnnaU Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Coolers.^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Willowware, Glae*^and QueenBware, English and American Cut!';^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods, Etc ^tU
verrbodyla raapactfnlJy Invttad fa^#cai] and tnsvscl lha LAUUBHT and most compuias ^ jt
WIOLESALfi AN!) KHTAIL ST0CI OF GOODS II Ml
J^r| fr*an tfta Oaunirv SallaltM ana) Raaatva Prompt Attantttn ana^nISSMSJ
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
Dlamouds,watches, Fine Jewelry
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^lUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
leeonflrrtentfewtot M nara SJSTSSj Oontraatora, ana erteloraed bvt^ta aubtla In general aa ta^^trongaat, Safaat ana] Baat of all high nxploeivas.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CX).,
QHNHHALAOHNT8, OUI HNA MONTANA.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HavingleaeM the two np|yer floore uf the Davtdsnn Mock and connected the earns with our already^Immnnaa aalearooma, we now occupy four entire tlitora nitendlnu throiiith the whole Mock from^lackaun u^ Main atnwt, Block wl throunhont with ^kkIb of t^vary graiW and at nrlcea that defy com pa-^MM. Bvery purchase m^de WTRK'TLV r^UK i'Ahll DIKKCTLV PKOM FIKhT HANDb and^0hlpp^l in 1 AH LOAU8 ONl.Y. An eiamlnatlon si got*dr- and cumparlaon m prlcea aollclted.
PIANOS,ORGANS mid MUSICAL MERC 11ADISE.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
JIDE3, SHEEP PE LTS, FUES, wool, tallow
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPELTS iB FURS A SPECIALTY.
Ml,103 dfc lt);^ SnoondSt Morth. MINNEAPOLIS,
Shipment*S^^iiuit dwme fop ( irtrulaw,
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacific KailroEd depot, Helena
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.
TheLargest Leading BottL Has the very Best Accom^modatious iu the city. Hates Reduced; %2 pe 1 ay an4^upwards, according to location of rooms.
liAM'HB. - - V^sWvc\ot.
(Suaaaaaor*to V M Ooomaa )
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corres^^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
The Pioneer oi the Or^t Wowt
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldest. MoHt Reliable. 1**1 In* Kirst-Hawi Hotel in the Termors.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.