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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THUB8DAY MORNING. MAY 9 l^SV.
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QfTlCIAl.PAPER ^^F LKWIS AND^CLARKE C^,rSTY.
rH iNDEPENOE^*1 ^ 'arswr *^^* elreulav-^ion tr.n any ^^^^^^ 81^eortiand and a i*1-**' escalation than ae*^aaas* t^o oa '^ o^pars pwhIUfiad In Montana.^, ^^ ^0 ^.^^ rwm mrrtl, Ita aubacrlptlon^sooaaara oo^^ to inspection, and it la alwaya^-aad^ to ;pro.a tr-at its circulation Is at rapra.^tan.aO
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BUtBMXtNO. '.i^ Th* following pradncta of^l^^wla ar.rt ^ lark* coanty Au.'nrti, C'an;oa^i :.^k. ' ar ontile, ^ r^ur. Desrtjorn f'anj-ro,^Mitch-H e liaoch. Middle Fork of Dearborn,^U.x-k Croak, Baatn, Horaa, Jay Oould. Bmptre,^UtaaM ^ataajpfcal M^rj*v U^, silver City. Valley^and i,.,o^l^rlns and also th^ followlnu pr-clnrta^af CaSawM eoanty: Mlaal' u, bun Klver. Bfjaj^Hirer Leevliws and Willow ^ r ^k.
WILLIAMMY V^i Alt,
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0ITK'^ T NO i:t-Tlie folHwlng i rectncta of^i.e^l^ aii ^ 1 ^rk^ ri.unty But er. K mini, Ut-^'la Ji*na'e, Moutli ^-f Nel- in a.r.,1 Ke^^ler a. axil^tLe t-Iftu and r^oartb warda of the city of
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CIIAKLESW. TL'KNEK.^UIbI'HH'T :^^ 11 Tbe Firat, Second and Tblid^war.1- I ci-\ of Helena.
JOSEPHK. TOOLE,^MAKTIN MA^.1NM^.^Dl-^Ti:K'T N^^. 15.^The Mxth and Seventh^, ^ si KM I Ity ^f bet n^ and the following^pr-^- nrn of LsaaSJ and t'larke French Iter tnd^basks* e. (ut Helena and I nimville.^JOHN S. M. NKlLL,^\ 1. K \ A NT ^KK K. H1KNK^.
Asexplanation of the large emigra^^tion from Iowa has been discovered in^the M that there are :i.:w*J physicians^I.rar'.H-ing in that Jtate. The lowans^it i-..u'111/.f a danger when they see it.
Kii.i i. vk advertisers in the ImjEPBK-^I)Kni wlni desire to change their ailver-^tiseuieuts in Sunday's paper hereafter^must furnish their copy not later in the^^Mfc tlian Friday evening, in order to^give the printers time to do th^ ir part of^the work.
Asth* I nili'd States has come to be^known ou t!ie other side of the ocean as^'^L|ie tfre iter Ireland.^ t^ecause there are^mure Iri-h in this country than in Ire^^land, -n Manitoba promises soon to have^a greater Icelandic population than Ice-^laud. Already W ii.mpeir has a larger
numberof |;.i.- from I hot far-north
countrythan Kykiavik. the capital of^I eel md.
Thf.gentleman who was appointed^I'nited Mates attorney fur the northern^district of New York, the other day, is^almost a carpet-bagger. He Ha- a re-i-^deiit of Iiidiana|xilis when, through the^influence of Gen. Harrison, he was ap^^pointed fifth auditor of the treasury by^President (iariieid. and retained the posi^^tion until the inauguration of Cleve^^land. He has only resided in Buffalo^about three years.
Tbeappointment of Col. Frank W.^I'almer to be public printer is a welcome^one, because it will set at rest certain^nnpleasant stories which had a tendency^to iliM-redi: the administration in the^minds of a great many people who do^not like to think an ap|^ointnieiit to a^z^\eminent office U being made a sub-^ject of liarter for personal or business^ends. I'er-oiially Col. I'almer is an up^^right and honorable gentlenn-.u,^although.as was stated recent'y in the^Independent, he made the postoulce at^Chicago a political machine in ivvi to^aid the republican candidate for the^presidency in an unfair way.
AMisTAkE of the Bntte correspondent^in reporting the republican nominations^for the Silver How county districts^caused it to appear that Messrs. Sargent^and lialdron were the nominees in the^twenty-third district and Messrs. Dyer^and Bourquin in the twenty-fourth,^whereas the two first named belong in^the twenty-fourth and the last two in^the twenty-third district. With this ex^^ception the list of nominations through^^out the territory as published in the In^^dependent yesterday is absolutely cor^rect and complete. This was the first^paper in the territory to print snch a^list. ^
Inthat elder day,^ said Kienzi, ^to^be a Roman were better than king.^ In^these later days, however, to be a Hoosier^is tietter than a Koman, even. A special^providence is at the present time look^^ing after the Indianians, and particu^^larly those who have at one period or an^^other been connected with the Indiau-^apolis Journal. Cp to date the follow^^ing named people who are or were iden^^tified with that newspaper have been^appointed to offices under the Harrison^regime, it being unnecessary to explain^that the Journal is the home organ of^the administration: John C. New, pro^^prietor, appointed consul to Liverpool,^one of the three best places in the consu^^lar service ; F:ujau W. Halford, editor of^the Journal, private secretary to the^president ; D. S. Alexander, formerly city^editor of the Journal, I nited States at^^torney for the northern district of New^York ; and now Capt. Meredith, formerly^foreman of tbe Journal composing room,^is to be superintendent of the bureau of^printing. It is doubtful if the above list^is complete, but it is sufficiently so to^to point a moral, which is: If yon would^obtain an office y^^ur chances will be^letter if you can show that you are a^Hoosier.
AKEPI HI.H*.\ N t Kl i.tUE.
StephenW. ijor^ey. of star route^fraud tame, has org^uizt-d a combination
tostump Moutana and the Dakota pn-
CSdingthe October election. Ostensibly^the company will be on a sight-seeing^tour, but tneir journeyings will b* so^timed that they will reach the territories^named at the time Indicated and be^prepared to disseminate republican doe-^trine to the masses. Mr. Dorsey hi* a^ranch in New Mexico aul interests In^some other sections of the west, and^professedly to instruct congressmen in^the necessities of the country he has or^^ganized a party whom he will take in a^well provisioned Pullman car from^Omaha to Fremont, Neb., thence to Den
ver,then to Cheyenne, Salt Lake, Boise^City, Seattle, Spokane Falls, the Coeur^d'Alenes. and finally through Montana^and the Dakotas, traveling only by day,^in order that the tonrista may see the^count -y through which they are passing^and have the evening* to harangue^the faithful. The company will com^^prise Kepresentatives Hayden. of Massa^^chusetts; Stewart, af Vermont; McKinley,^of Ohio; Burrows, of Michigan, and^Bayne, of Pennsylvania, besides Gen.^Nathan Goff, of West Virginia, and Gen.^Brooks, commander of the military de^^partment of the Platte. All except the^last named, who as a soldier is supposed^to have no politics, are republicans and^rabid protectionists, and Messrs. Bur^^rows, McKinley and Goff are expected to^do the heavy talking for tbe edification^of the benighted westerners. The dis^^patch to the San Francisco Chronicle^which announces the coming of these^crusaders makes no concealment of^the real object of the expedition or of^the fact, which is a damaging one to^those who know the public career of^Stephen W. Dorsey, that he is to be the^guide and instructor of the party. The^text of the orators will be the need of^protection to infant industries.
NklaWW-wAVU JOlKNAI.IsM
TheIndependent is not, like some of^its contemporaries, afraid to publish the^news, and holds that its readers are enti^^tled to know what is being done in both^political parties. Whereas the republi^^can papers of Helena have printed the^list of republican nominations to the^constitutional convention only, the In^^dependent has published the nomina^^tions of both parties. The era of nar^^row-gauge newspapers is rapidly passing^away in Montana. Subscribers to a news^^paper buy the news, not of a party, but^of all parties, and at a time like this,^when we are on the verge of an election^for delegates to a convention to frame a^constitution for the new state, people^are interested in knowing who are the^candidates of both parties. The Inde^^pendent does not consider the election^of next Tuesday a political one, but^judged by the pettiness which character^^izes the senior republican organ of this^city, in printing a list of republican^nominees only, when the Independent,^from which it took that list, made it pos^sible to publish all, republicans do re^^gard the convention as a political body.^The difference between the newspa^^pers is indicative of the difference be^^tween the parties they represent. The^democracy is broad as the universe^while republican-i, judged by their jour^^nalistic organs, are as narrow as a knife-^blade. From a business standpoint the^Lndependent cannot object to the pol^^icy of its contemporaries, for it obliges^those who want the news to buy the one^daily paper in the territory that pub^lisbes it, irrespective of party.
Oneconsideration which requires a^newspaper to print both parties' nomin^^ations is the fact that under the minori^^ty system of representation each district^is entitled to three delegates, and neither^party has nominated more than two del^^egates in any district. The paper, there^^fore, which prints only its own party^nominations in no case names more^than two of the future delegates from^any one district, and so proves itself in^no proper sense a purveyor of news.
SanPranrUco at the following rate* from^Helena, (roing and returning via Ogden,^$75: going via Oeden and returning via^Portland | either by rail or stearner between^San Kranciec* and Portland or vice versa.^WO. Los Angeles and return, go'^*^ VJ*^Offden and returning tame. f*5. Ticket* to^the above poinU include side trips. Ogden^to Salt Lake City and return. All tbe^above ticket* are good ^ixty days gotng.eii-^treme limit six months from dafc- of sale^and allow stop-over privileges in both di^^rections within tbe limit. Through lull-^man cart between Helena and Pocatel.o^via the Montana Central and butte, leav ing^Helena daily at 730 a m.
A.E- \ EAZIK,
Trav.Paa*. Agt., ^ at Main at.
Canyou imagine any evii that will make^a good naturad person go peevish, diaaatia-^tied, ill-tempered and cranky at biliout-^nesa^ There is no reaaon. whatever, why-^anyone should tufler from indigestion, dys^^pepsia, torpid liver and loss of appetite,^when Dr. Henley's Dandelion Tonic,^which everyone know* it a certain cure,^can be so easily obtained, sold by K. S.^Hale A Co.. wholesale and retail agents,^Helena,
Gentlemenfrequently complain of their^barber shaving them too close, and the tare^and neck breaking out into -mall pimple*.^If Dutard'a Specific is applied to the face^immediately after shaving, no matter how^close the shave, all aorenea* will be pre^^vented. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co., whole^^sale and retail agents, Helena.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.^THE MARKETS
STtX'KS.
MawYobs, May H.^Bar *UT*r. -.
Copper-Nominal \ lake Kay. 114.
LeadStrong and active; domestic, $4.
Themarket to day waa leaa active bat etroneer^then U wae yesterday, and as a rule all the losee*^were recovered and In tome cases fractions In ad^dltton A f u r tbe first hoar St. Paul became the^great fseture of the day, the baying of that ttock^be:nit specially ^--od and the advance waa well^maintained to tbe does, f^overnmsct bonds doll^an^l steady.
Petroleumopened weak at M-t and closed^at --^ ^,
Governmentfronds. 4s, l-~-^. 4^s. 106\;^Northern Pacificpreferred, fc-'S: Orevon
Improvement,M\: Oregon Navigation. Wile,;^rracecontinental, M%; l nlon Pacific. 61S
Moseyon call easy, at J^i--, Prime tuercan^tUe paper. ' ViS-'V Merlin* exchange ^iulelacd^steady; unchanged
L1VBSTOCK.^Cai'-aso. atayS. -Cattle^ Kecelpte.lO.nOO. strong^on Ueht; weak on heavy; h*evee. $4^4 35; steers.^$115; Texas steers, JS 'U.
Hoite-K-celpu,1T,0^p. stronn; mixed, ft^4.T5; heavy, f^ 54*4 TS : Ihrtat. ^4 Snfe4.it
SheepKecelpts. T.ilOO; slow, lu to 15 cents^lower; natives. sMun^ss. weetern, $3uu^i4.70:^rexane, pl.~v^i.lu
CHICAUOPKoDU' K.^Ciioito, May 8.^1:15 p m -'.'lose-Wheat-^strong and higher; cash, ^^a; June, SSfa: July,^TV 11 1^.
Cora-Firmer;cash, V1*: Jon^. i'^S: July,:*.
Oata-higher:casb. SS; June. M: July. J*S
PorkStroog and higher, c^s:. and June. $15.06;^Jaly, S15.it).
L*rdfirm; raeh, ^*$^^^ June, fh.^5; July,^$7f0.
I'LKSOXALAM) GEXKKAL.
Anew invention to prevent collisions at^ae t. consisting of a small plate fixed at tbe
s^te of tbe vessel, has been very success^^fully tried on the Thames. Electricity is^the active agent. Tbe approach of another^vessel within two miles causes a bell to^sound, ami an indicating arrow shows the^direction whence it comes.
Allthe bath rooms in tbe new house of^Mr- searte, the widow of Mark Hopkins,^at Oreat Harrington. Mass., even those in^the servants' q*iartera, are floored and^nainsroted in marble. Tbe kitchen is also^wainscoted in Nashville marble within two^feet of the ceiling.
Mrs.Edwin I*. Whipple, widow of the^well known critic, still lives in her old^home on lieacon Hill, Boston, where most^of ber married life was passed. Tbe house^is filled with rare books and mementos of^he famous men and women who were con^^stant visitors there In the ^golden age^ of^Huston.
TheHistory company of San Francisco^s;ied T. W. F^ aly, of Napa, Cal.,with whom^i written contract had been made to pur^^chase the Bancroft Histories as they were^published. Mr. Fealy refused to pay the^subscription after receiving a volume or^two, and the court which was resorted to^to compel a compliance with the contract^has decided in favor of defendant, whose^defense was the agent had misrepresented^the books.
TomKeed, of Maine, has been telling^how be was admitted to the bar. He was^examined in California by Judge Wallace.^Keed says: ^The first questiou Judge^Wallace asked me was. 'Is the Legal Ten^^der act constitutional '^^ I didn't hes tate a^moment. I aaid simply, *lt is constitu^t:onal.^ 'You can paes. said Judge Wal^^lace. 'We always pass a man who can^settle great constitutional questions off^^hand
Mr.lUrnum once entered the Church of^the Messiah, New York,of which the Kev.^Robert Collyer is pastor, and quietly took a^hack seat. The preacher saw him and^said, in a loud voice: ^I tee P. T. Barnum^in a hack pew in this chuich, and 1 invite^turn to come forward and take a seat in my^family pew. Mr. Barnum always gives me^a good seat in his circus and 1 want to give^him as good in my church.^ Mr. Barnum^wa^ rather surprised at this public invita^^tion, but of course he accepted it.
JohnBoyle O'Reilly, editor of the Boston^Pilot, ha* two hobbies^the cause of Ire^^land and pugilism^but in behalf of any^^thing that strikes his fancy be is the most^ardent of enthusiasts. In build he is^^stocky^ and very muscular. He has^made an exceedingly interesting book^about his capture and sentence for intro^^ducing Penianism into the British army,^with a description of his subsequent escape^from an Australian penal colony and final^rescue by a vessel.
RheumatismIs caused by an acid in the^blood; therefore, external treatment affords^no permanent relief. To eliminate the poi^^son and make a thorough enre of the dis^^ease, nothing else is so efficient as Ayer's^Sarsapanlla. Give it a trial. Price 31.^Worth s5 a bottle.
Msmmaito her little boy). ^Now. Ben-^nie. If you'll be good and go to sleep, mam^^ma 11 give you one of Dr. Ayer's nice^sugar coated Cathartic Pills, next time yon^need medicine.^ Bennie, smiling sweetly,^dropped off to sleep at once.
Excursionsto Cal fornia.
Onthe 15th day of every month the^Northern Pacific Railroad company will^sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and^return at J75: to Los Angeles and return.^jHi. These ticket* have an extreme limit^of six months frcm date of issuance, and^can be used icoing any time within sixty^i rtO) days from date of sale. Stop-overs al^^lowed at any point d^ sired^either going or^returning^within limit of ticket. Ex^^cursionists have choice of two routes from^Portland^by steamer, or by rail, via the^famous Mount Shasta route.
Bearin mind that the Northern Pacific is^the only line running through sleeping and^dining cars to the Pacific coast.
A.D. Edgar. General Agent
ABolted Door
Maykeep out tramps ami burglars, but^not Asthma. Bronchitis. Colds, Coughs,^anil (^roup. The best protection against^these unwelcome intruders is Ayer's^Cherry Pectoral. With a tattle of this^far-famed preparation at hand. Throat^ami Lung Troubles may be checked and^serious Disease averted.
Thomasg. Edwards. M. P., Blanco,^Texas, certifies : ^Of the many pre|^a-^rations before tbe public for the cure of^colds, coughs, bronchitis, ami kindred^diseases, there are none, within the^range of my experience aud ol^ervation,^so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
JohnMeyer. Florence. ^Y. Va., says :^^ I have used all your medicines, and^keep them cnnstantlv in my house. I^think Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my^life some years ago.
I).M. Bryant. M. D., Cbicopee Falls,^Mass., writes : ^ Ayer's Cherry Pectoral^has proved remarkably good in croup,^ordinary colds, and whooping cough,^and is iuvaluable as a family medicine.
Ayer'sCherry Pectoral,
PREPAREDBY -
Dr.J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Boldby all Draggitta. Price (1; tlx bottles, a*.
SPOKANEFALLS, W.T.^Washington ^ Idaho
FAIRASSOCIATION.
RACEMEETINGS
July3, 4 and 5.
Sept.23,24,25,26,27,28, ^89.^$8,600 IN PURSES.
SeptemberTIcetlug.
Trottingand Running Stakes for^two-year-olds, $40 entrance with $200
added.
lHrby Stakes, $50 entrance with $250^added. Close June 1, when first pay^^ment of entrance will be due.
Addresssecretary for information.
A.A. NEWBERV, Prealdent.^B O. VAN HOU'EN. Secretary.
THEMERCANTILE AGENCY
R.a. DUN * CO..
Proprietors.
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841 ^ lldOfflm.
CnitkdStatis, Canada and Ruboi j.^Manager of tbe Montana District,
R.T. GAINES HELENA
(MBcecorner Stb avenue and Main Street.
MASSENABULLARD,
attorneyAnd Counselor ai Law,
hblkma,MONTANA
Will;^ rartlce la all c*nrta of record In th* Tar^-unrv Offlcs In Unld Blnrk
aan. rtrLsaw.
a.a B'ooimix.
PAULSEN^ M'CONNELL,
ItConaumptlon Incurab***
Keadthe following; Mr. C. H. Morrfs,^Newark, Ark., say*. ^Was down with Ab^^scess of Lungs, ana friends and physicians^pronounced me an incurable consumptive^Began taking Dr. King'* New Discovery^fo; Consumption, am now on my third Dot-^tie, and able to oversee the work on my^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made. '
JesseMiddle wart, Decatur, Ohio, says:^^Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis^^covery for Consumption 1 would have died^of lung troubles. Waa given up by doc^^tor*. Am now in best ofTiealth. Try it,^Sjainple bottles free at R. 5. iiale A Co.'.^drugstore.
SanFrancisco and Los Angeles Excur^^sion Rates.^On January 16th and the same date each^month thereafter, the Union Pacific rail^^way company will sell excursion tickets to j
ttfnd Stnctlf to irchrtwcturoJ Work
Planssad apadaraOona drawn Work tnpar-^dasd
oywirnWilson Work. Hslena. avgtait.
W.LONG,
i'aCTKBUrABYBUHOBOS.
tJTaCaT ajpaata* Plsbsr'a Btablas, Uuwsr Mats^street Tstspbons No taD.
DR.M. R0CKMAN,
PhysicianSurgeon.Acooacber. Oculiat
stndAarist.
memberof San Pracciaru Medical Society, alac^Nevada Stat* Medical Society.
OSes Parcben'a ^^ raj^ su re, corner above Male^.ni Broadway. In trance on Broadway and Jack-^lon. Helena, Montana. ^ oasnltadone In German
^n Snglleh.
R.G. DAVIES,
ATTORNEY-AT-IiAW,
aOOM\. and 4 ASHBY BLOCK. hiuna, x t
ASHBURNK. BARBOUR,
Attorneyana CoQDselor at Lai
WASOMCTEMPi.-, BlUtSA, M. T.
M0NTFORDS BACON, M. 0.^Physician, Surgeon, and Oculist.
HELENA. M. T.^3]^^claJ staenUoa gtv*a to th* Ira, Bar and^^Uroat- 1^ran tainrrr^ I of arOlelal eye
RUPTURE
mtextitcr*n^e^ sab^ tat
IDEMELECTRIC TRUSS
fOalyOawrm lunax Vara* la W Nu
raritnaa-ruiaa.at.tas iia.nima
ewSatet.ri SX. visa Sa^a*Oae^^San aU^t aa* *V ^^^^^-^^^ ^ *-f i - -
miiit.Pm. Saat aanaau aa Minn, run SI a*t naaar*^H asiliieraa. M.SAIMI.
HELElsTA
PressedBrick Company
MANLKACTURFRSOF
Common,Fine.Front and Ornamental Brick
aia.^3-Ot^i Clay ^irrocL-ca-crts.
Office: Gold Block. f^4 North Main Street
F.L. SIZER, General Manager.
MING'SOPERA HOUSE,
JOHNMAOUIKE. Manager.
WEandMTDoARY3DAY,MAY 8 and 9
Fikt Production in Hllkna ^^k the Famou*. Comic Opera,
ERMINIE!
BYTHE
ENCORECLUB!
AGRAND CHORUS OF
5oVOICES 5o
16 ENCORE ORCHESTRA 18
Castcf Oi^-oxa-cters :
JAVOTTK
MARIK
I'KRISK
PRINCESS
kkminik
SIMON........
DeLAINAY
.. mr.-. IIakrisonKRNKSTMr. JACKSON
Mr.- COHENCHEV \ i.i kr .,,Mr. MKTTKN
HUB WILCOXMARQUIS....Mr. GIBBS
Miaa SADLEREUGENIC Mr. MARTIN
Mrs. HKRSKYCADEAUI....Mr. WALLACK
Mr. BURNSRAVENNE8........MB. THOKNBl'RGH
..mr.UrORI K^ 1'KR
Saleof eeats commences at Pope ^ O'Connor's Drug Store^Monday morning. May ^^. Rk-kkveo Skats, ^1.25; Gallery, $1.^Three Front Hows in Balcony Reserved.
MONTANARELIEF
(SANITARIUMAND -INFIRMARY.)
Hair-wayHeteewn Foatofflre and Broadwater's Hot Spring*. Bauitr Avenae.
Forthe Reception of Patients with diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose^and Throat; for the treatment of Chronic Ailments,
Andfor the treatment of hemorrhoid ^Dilea^ and other Rectal Dlaaatat; Stricture and allied^dlaorders, Dlaeiset of the Bladder and Kid nay^ all affsctlons surgical and medical of the ^alvle^Viscera and Diteaeee of the Skin. All m odern Improvements All private roome. No wardt
Hot,Cold, Medicinal and Electric Baths free to patlentt of Sanitarium Take Motor at either^depot for Sanitarium Tbe alte It plcturetque. haalthy and and Inviting Office corner of Main^street and Sixth avenue, over Murphy's atore, reached by horae car and motor.
Forfull particulars addr
OR.M. Q. PARSONS, or^OR. HEBER ROBART8.
NB r.mporary arrangements for patlenta are made until May 16th, when the Sanitarium
willbe completed.
A.J. DAVIDSON.
Preeldent.
UUWAR!)SKbKRB.
Vice-Preeldent.
1 r. ^UI1i^Treasurer
iilOb.J. UAVIDBO^^Secrete
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
(iKoonrotiTtD.)
Jobbersand Dealers in
AgriculturalImplements,
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
GENERALAGENTS FOR
BainWagons, Whiteley Steel MOWERS and Binders, Cham-
8ionMowers. Bonanza. Tiger, and Hollingsworth Hay Rakes,^liver Chilled and Moline Steel Plows, the Flying Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CONCORDZHT^RTSTKIiSS-
CommonHarness of all Styles. Buggies. Carriages, Moun-^taiu Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagons, Carts, Buck boards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
Lawns and Gardens.
LawnMowers, Lawn Sprinklers and Rakes.^Garden Hose, Hose Stands Tand Reels
InGreat Quantittes and Low Prices,
WeMake a Specialty of
MOWERS
KUKCUTTING
HIGHGRASS
EXAMINE
OurStock
BEFOREPURCHASING.
A.M. HOLTERHARDWARECO
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
iSTACLISr-.ED 1677.
JAS. McMIIXAN ^ CO.,
llKTL.RbOK THK
MinneapolisSheepskin Tannery
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS, FURS, WOOL, TALL0V
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPEIiTS *. FURS A SPECIALTY.
Mt,103 6t 105 Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. MINi
ShipmentsSolicited.
Writofor L lrciilara.
ThePioneer ol the C3-reat West.
COSMOPOLITANHOTEL.
HELENA,MONTANA.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Th*OMrwt. Mc^t Rpllablo. Leading Klrat-cltws Hotevl In th* Torxlterv
BI.BAEUETT,
-DKALKBIK-
HIDES,FUR and WOOL
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacific Kail road dVpot. Helena
NOE^EXPLOSlTv^^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
GIANTPOWDfcF
a Mmars, ftatlroaa Obnt^aetora anal aiist-sea ov th. suSUl. In sjamral as ^^^tronajMI Safsat ant) Beajt sf all nl^n a.sluanaa,
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE GO..
OHNT3B*T AOT^rTTf HHLEN A MONTANA.
--^ ~ ^ *
C.A. BLACKBURN
lathe most reliable dealer in the city. Thirteen^years in the business
Office800 Bridge St.
Telephone11C.
THE
HIVE
BABYCARRIAGES
FineRwni Body, Tapestry I'phdMer-^ing with Parasol attachment, continu^^ous handles, four springs. Velocipede^wheels, regular price |lo, this week^only, tlOOO
SameSiyleas above, niade with com^^bination attachment, so aa to nse same^either as Bed, Cradle. House Carriage or^buggy. Something new. Only. $16.00
SPECIALRIBBON SALE
Toclose out our immense line of Silk^Ribbons, we shall offer this week 5Ui^Pieces of Satin and Groe Grain Ribbons,^plain and feather edge, in all shades at^the following LOW PRICKS
No. 2 at I cents per yard.^4 ^ 4
6^ 5
714 6
y12^16
910
HOSIERY.
Ma
50c
100dozen ladies' cotton hose, in^blacks, browns, nary bine and^stripes, a regular 25 cent hose,^thin week12 1 So
Ladies'imported regular-made^Baibriggan hose, worth 50^cents, this week at
50dozen ladies, brilliant lisle^thread hose in blacks, stripes^and two-toned boot patterns,^value #1.25. this week at
25dozen ladies' silk hose in all^of the latest shades, worth^#2.50, a great bargain, this^week onlyt 1.60
15dozen extra fine quality of^Belding Bros.' spool silk hose,^formerly sold at #4.50, in all^shades, this week only
50do.en llissen' fancy ribbed^hos ', in browns, navy blue,^ecru and coffee brown, a reg^^ular K5 cent article, only
2.50
.35
CROCKERYAND GLASSWARE.
:iv:Ensrs hose
Men'sBallbriggan Half Hose in ^ hite,^Black Colors and Stripes, worth 50 cts.^per pair, this week only, 26c.
200dozen Extra Fine quality Men's^Lisle Thread and Ballbriggan Half^Hose in Solid Colors and stripes, worth^75 cts., this week at33 1 -3c
coesets.
aMisses Hip Gore Corset only
.25
LadiesBoulevard Corset only
.40
LsdiesNeilson Corset only .75^The al^ove line of corsets is worth^double the prices quoted and are con^^sidered extraordinary bargains.
Acomplete chamber set, deco^^rated in all colors. Oriental^shape, very cheap, at t
Asplendid decorated tea set.con-^taining 56 pieces, value #10,^this week at
Decorateddinner set, containing^112 pieces, a bargain at #20,^to be sold at
Crystalwater set, pitcher, four^glasses and white metal wait^^er, only
Decoratedlava cuspidors in all^colors, an ornament in any^room, only
Glassstand lamp comlete, a reg^^ular 75-cent lamp.this week,at
Importedbeaded decorated stand^lamp, burnished brass trim^^mings and globe complete, a^#5 lamp, this week at
375
0.50
14.60
I25
.3646
3.00
carpetsweepers.
Theworld-renowned Bissel car^^pet sweepers are conceded to^be the best in the market. We^are selling them at $
2.10
WHITEGOODS.
LadiesChemise embroidered^yokei OO
LadlesCbemi.se Torchon Lace^yokei ,25
LadiesChemise with tucks and^inserting^ .05
LadiesChemise tucked yoke em^^broidered .86
Childrens'Dresses, plaited front^rnffled neckband, WTistband^and skirt, only .60
Children'sPresses shirred front^and back l.OO
Children'sDresses fancy tucked^front and back Hamburg edg^^ing ou Collars Cuffs and Skirt^only 2.00
LadiesNight Dresses tucked^yoke with inserting and tuck^^ed sleeves only1.25
LadiesWhite Muslin Skirt with^tucks and 12 inch lace ruffle^only 2.15
LadiesWhite Skirts ruffles and^tucks only .50
InfantsLong Dresses, tucked^yoke, with inserting, Ham^^burg edging and three rows^of cluster tucks, Lonsdale Mus^^lin. A Bargain 2.75
SpecialBargains.
ORIENTALLACE.
Toclose out a large line of Oriental^Lace we have decided to cut our prices
inhalf as follows: _~m r~ 2
One 10 cent per yard lace at 6
20 ^ ^ ^ .. - ^ i(i
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^15
40- ao
JERSEYS.
LadlesBlack Jerseys.a bargain^Ladies Jerseys, heavily bratded
inall colors and sizes, worth
350 only^Ladies Jerseys with Persian
Vests,all colors and sizes this
week
l.OO
2.50
3.25
FinePersian table covers, size^54x54. with fringe, something^new, only $
Ladies'Lucerne Cashmere scarfs^silk embroidered in all colors,^only
Infants'white flannel shawls,^very heavy, silk embroidery,^only
Ladies'pure silk lace mitts in^all colors, worth 50 cents, only^large line of Ribbon Ruffling^A all colors, per yard, only^100 Celebrated Ansonia Alarm^^ locks this week, only
2.00
1.50
I50^.25^.20
I26
LADIESVESTS
20dozen ladies' white Jersey^vests, for summer wear, in^all sizes, only #
Alot of ladies' Baibriggan vests,^full fashioned, in all sizes,^worth #1, only
Ladies'allsilk vests, in cardi^^nal, cream, pink and light^blue, worth #2.50. only
.25
.50
ISO
MEN'SNIGHT ROBES,
2odozen men's fancy embroid^^ered front night robes.unlaun-^dried. excellent goods and new^patterns, only t
l.OO
MEN'SUNDERWEAR.
36dozen men's colored Baibrig^^gan underwear, fast colors,^French finish, donble woven^neck bands, worth #2.50 per
suit,this week
S1.50
CUSTOMsuns.
Weare sole agents for the well known^merchant tailoring establishment of H.^M. Marks ^ Co., Chicago, and carry a^large line of spring and summer samples^to select from. Suits made to order at^#25 and upwards, and a fit guaranteed in^every instance. Call and see onr line.
Men's,Boys White Shirts.
190dozen Men's and Boys Tnlaundrled^White Shirts, full siz*s, linen bosom^and wristband, equal to any #1.50^shirt in the Market, this week at 50^1 1
THEBEE HIVE,
KOHLBERG^ CO.,
5N. MAIN ST., HELENA, M. T.
Carpets-WallPaper
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.,
Wholesaleand Rotall Dealers in
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.^Hanging, 15 cents per Roll.
J.JEl. SANFORD.
G.O. YERGY,
i'CCIBtORTO
GEBAUER^ YERGY,
iiiaxirin
Lumber,Laths, Shingles. Sash, Doors, Mouldings and Finishing^Material. All Kinds of Hardwood Lumber Constantly on Hand
Officeand Yard corner National and Ljndala ave., foot of Rodney a tree t Telephone No. i.^Ontere Promptly Attended to. Country Orders Solicited,HELENA. M. T.
Wooldr^lcL.g;e TTcru se
laPEISTZISrBLOCK,^205 South Main Street, Opposite International Hotel.
KverythinzNew and Complete. Prices reasonable. Rooms by the day, week^or month. Steam heat, g^a and elevator. Call and see us. The only fire proof^building in the city.
TITT!^L-LJ'-L'-bdOX^OT ,T3T.A^T,
PHILIPSBURG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY'S HOTEL
Runon Both American and Kuropean Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mrs.T. H. MORSE. Proprietess.
BYBCYDie
DIAMONDSand WATCHES
OfAll (iradeS and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
THEATLAS,
TEICHERT6l WICK, Prop'rs
ATIA C t^ I C\r^ W ENTRANCE ON JACKSON STREET;^A 1 L^.t\Zj r^lL.WV^I\, Also, raoM MAIN STREET.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP.
MANUFACTURERAND DIALIR IN ~m --j
StockB Saddles, Side Saddles,
Liirht and Heavv Harness.^Bits, Spurs. Quirts, Whips, Lashes, Blankets, Sheets, DusUrs, Slickers, Nose Bags,^Sweat Collars. Horse Boots and all other goods usually kept In t first-ela* har^^ness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.._ _
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
HARDWARE.
iron,Steel, Horse and Mule 61 jw. Horse Nails.^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose, Belting, Tinner's Stock, Force and Lilt Pumps,
GasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Xocu
aSaAavnta 'or tna Oalaarataa
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORN^^Cooking aDd Heating Stoves,
And W. O. Ptonor a Olnoltmatl Hotel and Pamliy
WROUGHT IRON RANGES.
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cbests. Water Cooiern.^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood aod Willowware Giw^and Uueensware, English aud Americ^u C^French and American Mirrors, Plumbern QtMMja
Supplies.House Furnishing Goods, Ktc, Su
Tarjtxxlju raapacttau, loritad aoaraU aatf tnapact tea :.Ah'i
andm.ait ^Osa\A^m rvocJ or
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOCL Or WOOD* !V Til
NORTHWEST
Pilar, fraaa law Oaunir, aaiiaitaaJ ana ^^aai^. Prarr-si attattian art* ami^a^a*i
UtaatOT'ULLT
CLARKE.CONRAD * CTTRTrN.
INTERNATIONALHOTEL
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887. _^The Largest Leading H^'tel. Has the very Bee Accou^modations in the eitj. Hates Reduced; $2 pe ay ant^upwards, according to location of rooms.
HELENALUMBER CO.
aaV. M. Ooemba ;
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
AND
FACTORYWQP.-R-
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Co^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX la BAZAR
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTBL.
THEPROMISED
ANOTHERRELIGIOUS
Rev.George Jacob SchweJ^Illinois. Openly Lays Cl^the Messithship
Chicago sprcial Abuut ill^Kattit-rtHl in a private parlor in^last Digbt- They were the dea^^Kev. i ^'i i m Jaroh Schweinfi^man ha* a larice farm near K^^where bla followers have l^^ ^^log him as the Christ nn.n,..^While tacitly accepting this hi^acting as a teacher of divine tri|^never until last aitfht. openly^claim to the Messialiship. A pi^his talk to his disciples, mostly^follows:
1am the same Jetus who a^earth 1*M^ years a|to; the same i^When 1 came Oelore 1 did not de^aud his devils. ! left my work if^1 have runic now to fiaisn it up.^1 will not leave a Liche or conn^a single lnip can hide. 1 am th^child, which is to brmse the seri^lambruisinttitnow. Kveryacti^of my lite in it icts a bruise ou the ^^1 know thai 1 shall be scoffrd ,^upon by the world. Some peopl^1 am crazy. (Mh.rs von say I a|^Hut the church will opp.^M^Tiruie. tly thau the world. i I^has become so infected with^all faith has lett iU It would^if it could. Shall 1 be crucified^as 1 was befor*'.' nn.n. to^ment of governmeut since 1^earth last. 1 shall probaliiy m^crucifixion this time. Bui 1 sha I^spiritual crucifixion in the ab^H^church and the diabeliel wt IbH^my divinity . It will be as hard k^people believe 1 am CMal now )^before, tiod * ill need lo kiioca^down to make them MsrM in^(rod has chosen me ai.it he v. ii^work. He has chmru asi ssj ^!
fie. 1 was born lovtly, aa pr. \\^saiah. 1 am not beauiitul ks i^In fact, I am homely. tl..w .|.^am Christ'.' 1 will tell you^vision when I was five ^^^.^^^that 1 should meet a In^who would be to me my apiriiL.^and tram me for a divine me. 11^came true. 1 met Mrs. Berksjasji^come to save tlioM- vtho don t ^^saved. 1 have come to mckr iu|^els.
Areyou realty Cl net f^speptical reporter altei the^over.
Certainly.
Everseeu (rod
Certainly. 1 have .-^ u him^face.
Canyou perform miracles^^Certainly.
Changewater into wine ^ '
Certainly.
Kverdone so'.'
Ifyou come here in a skeptics^cannot enlighten you; but if you ^^^!^faith in your heart:^^ and he paul
Howmany followers have^there '.'
About300.
Mostlywomen'.^'
Yes,mostly women.
Isn'tit liable to lie misconstr^^sort of free-love farm '.^'
Tbemisconstructions of the^cern me not. They are the agoml^spiritual erui'ttixioii I am suffering]
Whatdo the^e women do'.^'
S^ekthe truth, and the knowh^the light of my gospel.
AMUD WOJIA v.* PKNSlI
Threel^a^|il^ Arrr.lr.1 In Mi..,,
Pnartlrlna;fraud KiKblrru lr|^St. Louis special: .lacoli Little,^soldier, was captured In I and^Andersonville prison. He left a^who, in 1X71, was awarded a |^ensiol^a month. About the time the^obtained Mrs. Little married a man I^Karnes, from I'ettis county, Missoui^pair made preparations to move^state, but Mrs. Barnes died and wax^in Ohio. Barnes took possession^pension papers and returned to|^county, where he met a widow^Rogers, who resembled his dead^face and figure, and quietly man^lie induced the woman to imperw,^dead woman and draw the pensioi^Witnesses were produced wh^oath that she was the^person. Mie had her papers all riu^the conspiracy proved atun .- :|^drew the pension until the death ol^in 1K7W. Then she tell in with a man^Kitt, who learned the pension stor^woman, it appears, wanted to mm^ing the pension, but Kilt compelleai^continue and she drew the money^other ten years. Then a sep^ratiJ^eurred aud the woman ceased drawil^money. After several hundred dolls^accumulated the government^thought it oueer that the woman r. 11^draw it. They began iuvestigatin|^case, and have been at work on it fo^ly a year. To-day Mrs. Karneit wS^rested at somerset, ('/.ark county, an|^waa captured in this city. A Mrs. (.^who was one of the witnesses ft^Karnes, was also arrested.
Affoayrim Courted
Kypersons who, attacked by a miM^of rheumatism, neglect to seek i^^relief. .Nubse'iuent torture is prevent^an immediate resort to liostetter's M.^Kitten. Might exposure, an occaH^draogbt, will beget this painful aw^where there is a predisposition to it I^blood, it is not difficult to arrest O^ble at tbe outset, but well nigh imi^to eradicate it when matured. Nor,,,,^in relation to this superb bi^*id dcpu.-l^more positive than that which ^ I^iU efficacy aa a preventive anu a ref^for rheumatism. Not only is It thord^but safe, which the vegetable and mil^poisons, often taken as curative^disease, are not Kesides expeilini^rheumatic virus from the system, it^coines fever and ague, biliousness' c,^pation and dysnepaia.
tlactrlcBlttsra^This remedy is becoming so well kt,|^and so popular as to need no special^tion. All who have used Electric J{nj^sing the same song of praise A pL^medicine does not exist and it isguaranl^to do ail that is claimed. Electric l',u|^will cure all diseases of th.- Utwmt ami^neya, will remove 1'imples, Koils.^Kheum and other affections caused by]^pure blood.^Will drive Malaria from^system and prevent aa well as cure^Malarial fevers. ^ Kor cure of Meadai^Constipation and Indigestion try Kl. ^^Bitters^Entire satisfaction guaranteid^money refunded.- I'riceSOcta. and SI I^bottle at Hale A Co. 's drug store.
HowCan I'arenta
Allowtheir children to cough and nlil^and cough and calmly say, -Ok, it is o^a little cold.^ and keep giving them eh^and dangerous medicines until they^down with lung fever or consuuiptij^when tney can be so easily n-li-ved^Bents'Cherry Cough BjlayT It has^superior and few t oiiais. For sale t,y^druggist- K t^. Hale A Co., wholCi^and retail agents.
Ahare Care for file*.^Ur. Kirk's (ierman Tile H.ntinent^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching t^when all other oiutmenu have failed^absorbs tbe tumors, allays the itching^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant^lief. |^r. Kitk's (ierman Pile Oiutm* n^prepared only for piles and IU:hing ol^private parts, and nothing eit.e. Kv^box is *airanted. .v^ld by drugg.-t-^s*nt by mail on receipt of price tt) ct^and SI per box. .V.ld by K. a. Hale i (^Helena.
Apain in the back often leads to com^cat- d diseases that are almost incurai^Oregon Kidney Tea cures tbe first and i^vents the latter, it is purely vegeta',)^ i_^l^ warranted and sold by K S. Hale * (J^wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
To1)1.;.. I Cold a,
Headachesand fevers, to cleanse the i^tern effectually, yet gently, when costive |^bilious, or when the blood i^ impure^sluggish, to permanently cure habitul^constipation, to awaken the kidneys^liver to a healthy activity, without irfl^tating or weakening them, use Syrup^Pigs.
Dr.Bo ^-ao.^In his new discovery for consumption, snJ^ceeded in producing a medicine which^acknowledged by ail to be simply marvel^oua. It is exceedingly pleasant to thl^taste, perfectly harmless, and does nd^sicken, in all eases of eonsumptioil^coughs, colds, whooping cough, croud^bronchitis and pains in the chest it ha
fivesuniversal satisfaction. Dr. BosarJ^o's Cough and Lung Syrup la sold at^cents by K. v Hale ^k Co.
TheCleax-Headasinaaa of Youth.^While the merits of the various blc^purlAers are being shown up to tha besl

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