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TTTEDAILY IXDEPENDEXT: HELEN A. TUESDAY MORXIXG. HAT 14. 18S0.
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8TORYOF CORWITHS FAILURE
TheFather * Attempted Manipulation^of Lead Spoiled by the Opera^^tions ot the Son.
Chica..-j. May IS ^A strange diw!o!^ur^-^tv-oiftht when it wan aaoouueed^that Nathan C^rwith, st , tiad b^-t-ii v. iy^ill and that his dtrath wa* liable t^^ ocour^at any minute- A year a^ro OswvM waa^thn r.chest l^*a^t m-roriant in Arat-rica. The^approach of death caused in^juin^-^ which^reaulted In obtaininR th-- ImsMsm un^^known story ot his sudden descent to pov^^erty. The supposition has be^-n that Cor-^with s giirantic failure in bus'tess was^solely the result of an illtiuued attempt to^oriK r the lead luarbtt of th^- world. As^now revealed. th^- real r^-a.-^ ^n was very^different The facts a* related In brie! are^that Corwith's every move in specula^^tion was beinn ^^^^^^i^l^-r^1^ with hi*^own capital by his own son, tiur-^lon Corwith. and that 'w-fore^the inevitable crash came Jl.luO f^JO had^l^een dra v., I r m the old man's oonVr. and^sunk in th ^ operations in which the j ^^uDir-r^^ 'orwith had Ivnim- hopelessly inv^^.\ed^Young Corwith was at the time a uieta!^broker ot New York and induced tin father^to l^eiieve he had exclusive information in^regard to the plans of the Kr. nch copper^i-yndicate as to lead. The lather was in^poor health and allowed his sou unusual^leeway nH the actual collapse was^reached. Corwith believed be nad an^enormous amount of lead on hand and^paid tor, when the fact was that the lead^purchased had been sold and the proceeds^entirely wiped out by young C^rwith*s^operations. Young ^ ^rwith was placet^in confinement tor a time, hut afterwards^released, and his father sh^ ulu-red the^Kiss, making what- v r settlement was pos^^sible.
bleax the outset, but well nigh imrxMsible^to eradicate it when matured. No evidence I^in relation to this auperb blood depurent is^more positive than that which establishes^Us efficacy aa a preventive and a remedy^for rheumatism. Not only la it thorough,^hut safe, which the vegetable and mineral^poisons, often taken as curatives of the^disease, are not. Besides expelling the^iheumatic virus from the system, it over^^comes fever and ague, biliousness, consti^^pation and dyspepsia.
AHan Cur* for file..
InKirk's (German i*ile Ointment has^c ired ii;ind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^wheD all other ointmenu have failed. It^tbaorbs the tumors, allays the itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re-^1 -f. I^r. Kitk'a tierman Pile Ointment is^,.r-; ared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box is warranted. .^old by drugg.sts or^sent by mail on receipt of price, 50 cent*^and !1 per box. Sold by K. S. Hale ^k Co.,^Helena.
Dutard'sSpecific Is an absolute cure for^all eruptive disease* of the skin. Salt^Uheum, Barber's Itch, King Worm, Scald^He d and all other itching or inflamed con^^ditions of the skin, whether arising from^disease or exposure. It is guaranteed in^e.erj case, sold by K. S. Hale A- Co.,^wholesale and retail agents. Helena.
PittsburgDispatch: Dr. Tanner, who^Some years ago created a sensation by his^forty days' fast, now asserts that the out^^ward signs ot death, as accepted and de^^pended upon by iihysiciar s, are all decep-^live, save one^and that alone is infallible,^lie says: ^1 have so disciplined Bay mind^and bo^iy that 1 lmii take upon iiijselt. at^vol lion, a trance state, and while in that^i ondition I propose to be I uried, just as a^^ lead person is ordinarily buried, in a se^^cure, regularly made coitin, placed in a^^ rave hve teet deep, which will be filled^up and the earth compactly put in and^mounded over. 1 snail remain th-re tour^weeks, then be disinterred, resuscitated^and fully restored to the full vigor and^strength of my normal condition. This is^i ot impossible: it is no new thing.^ Or.^Tanner expects to have all his arrange^^ments pertected by May 15, which is the^^ ay be mentions tor the carrying out of^his stated intention.
Itis well know n that the fakirs of India^have the power of suspending animation.^^.nd the Journal de Medicine. Paris, of Keb.^7, 1HKU. gives a very interesting account of^the preparations w hich the fakirs make lie-^lore ^ hibernating,^ and It proceeds to de^^scribe cases so well authenticated as to tie^beyond question where fakirs have been^buried for periods varying trom six week^^to four months.
i - . _ I. | Hi-! t ough ' ' anfl Cough !!!
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trjing inferior medicines when Beggs'^Cherry Cough .^^yrup will positively relieve^^ our rough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact aud we^g iarantee it. For aale by all druggists.^K. .n Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents.
ure fur Mrk IlnMiavrhe.
Ifyou want a remedy for biliousness,^pimples in the face, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask K. S. Hale A Co., the^druggists, tor a free sample of Dr. Ounn's^Ltw 1'ills. Orrty one for a dose; full box^25 cents.
Woman'smost faithful friend is Oregon^Kidney Tea. It is specially adapted to^complaints peculiar to delicate systems,^and works like magic without leaving anv^unpleasant after effects. Oregon Kidney^Sea is a purely vegetable preparation and^i* unequalled in kidney and urinary corn-^plain's Sold by K. S. Hale A Co., whole^^sale and retail agents, Helena.
CureFor rue..^Itching piles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at one* to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acts directly upon the parti affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching anu effecting a permanent cure.^Kitty cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko^Medicine company, Piqna, O. Sold by K.^^. Hale A Co.
TheIndependent job rooms axe now^the most complete in the territory. Within
thepast few weeks we have received a^complete line of new type, and are now^prepared to do both plain and fancy work^on the shortest notice.
Portland.Oregon, July SI.^While 1 was in Tillamook last winter 1^was affected in my back and kidneys so^that it was almost impossible tor me to^reach Portland. When I got here 1 was^Miuilar cases have been ' imjuoed to try the Oregon Kidne^*Tea. 1
reportedfrom time to time, and it is im^^possible to doubt their genuineness. If w e^cannot explain those cases, we can bad a^host ol aualagous facts in the lower ani^^mal life, as, for instance, the hibernation^ot do-rmice and other animals, the revivin^cation of fish and frogs after a winter^oassed in ice: the vital resistance ot toads^and other living beings inclosed without^nourishment for many years in small, hol^^low, places, etc.
Neverhad a preparation a more appro^^priate name than Ayer's Hair Vigor.^When the capillary glands become en^^feebled by disease, age, or neglect, this^dresmng imparts new life to the scalp, so^that the hair assumes much of its youthful^fullness and beauty.
drankat my meals, the tea made from it.^and it has effected a radical enre. 1 can^highly recommend it to all who were af^^flicted as I was.K. Cohn.
xildby K. S. Hale .v. Co.. wholesale and^retail agents, Helena.
eemingl\Kradicated^With repeated and powerful doses of^'luinine, chills and fever, in some one of its^various forms, springs into active existence^again, often without ttie slightest apparent^provocation. To extinguish the smoulder- |^ing embers of this obstinate and recondite |^malady, no less than to subdue it when it^rages fiercely in the system. Hostetter's^stomach Bitters is all sufficient. When^every resource of the phariiiacopo' has^been exhaust* d against it in vain, the Bit^^ters conquered it^will remove every ling^ering vesige of it. Nay. more, the Bitters^will protect those brought within the in^^fluence of the atiiiospneric poison that^begets malarial disease, from its attacks.^Disorder:- oi the stomach, liver and bowels^are among the complaints to be appre^^hended from the use of miasma-tainted^water. These are both cured and pre^^vented by the Buters. Kheuruatiam, con^^stipation and renal complaints yield to its^action.
ToI ii.l Colds,^Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet gently, when costive or^bilious, or when the blood is impure or^sluggish, to permanently cure habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without irri^^tating or weakening them, use Syrup of^Kigs.
Editorof the Independent: Please an^^nounce in the columns of your valuable pa^per that we are sole agents for St. Pat^^rick's Pills, the most perfect cathartic and^liver pills in the market. They not only^physic, but cleanse the whole system; pu^^rify the blood and regulate the liver an^^bowels: they are vigorous but gentle in^their action and can always be depended^upon, for sale by II. M. I'archen A Co.
(icntleraenfrequently complain of their^barber shaving them too close, and the face^and neck breaking out into small pimples.^It Dutard's Specific is applied to the face^immediately after shaving, no matter how^close the shave, all soreness will be pre^^vent, d. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co., whole^^sale and retail agents, Helena.
Nasalcatarrh is probably one of the most^disagreeable ailments that a person can be^afflicted with. If Dutard's Specific is used^with a douche or even snuffed up the nose^according to directions, morning and even^^ing, a radical cure can in most cases be ef^^fected. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co., whole^^sale and retail agents, Helena.
Helena,Oct. 7, 1HX7.
1was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, in) lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of the best physicians^in Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. 1 became alarmed, and at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's K.nglish Remedy for coughs, and^ait. r taking it according to directions was^complete.) cured. 1 therefore cheerfully^recommend t.Jacob Sw itzeb.
hail a racki;..- cough and inflamed^throa.' and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Reviedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely enred by it. I^consider i^ a never failing renn-dy for a^cough.J. Fei.dbebq.
Acker'saJMBafe preparations are for sale^In Helena only bv K. s. Hale A Co.
Readthe following: Mr. C. H. Morrfs,^Newark. Ark., sa)^, ^Was down with Ab^^scess of l.uugs, ami friends and phy.-icians^pronounced me an incurable consumptive^Began taking Dr. King's N^ w Discovery^for Consumption, am now on my third bot-^tle, and able to oversee the work on mv^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.''
JesseMiddleware Decatur, Ohio, MfK^^^Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis^^covery for Consumption 1 would t a\e died^of lung troubles. Was given up !iy doc^^tors. Am now in best of health. Trv it.^Sample bottles free at R. S. Hale A Co.'s^drugstore.
Tliei '..it II. .....in,.- of Youth.
Whilethe merits of the various blood^purifier* are being shown up to the best^ad\anlagt possible by their several manu^^facturers, we would suggest to persons^feeling the need of such a medicine, that^the) try a dose of St. Patrick's Tills, and^assure them that they will not only be sur^^prised, but delighted with the nsult.^Those who wish to feel the animation,^buoyancy and clear-headedness of youth^should take St- Patrick's Pills. For sale^b) U. M. Parchen A Co.
tnhis new discovery for consumption, suc^^ceeded in producing a medicine which is^acknowledged by all to be simply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly pleasant to ihe^taste, perfectly harmless, and doeis uot^sicken. In all cases of consumption,^coughs, colds, whooping cougn. croup,^bronchitis and pains in the chest it has^given universal satisfaction. Dr. Bosan^^ko's Cough and Lung ^yrup is sold at 50^cents by R. s. Hale je Co.
Apain in the back often leads to compli^^cated diseases that are almost incurable.^Oregon Kidney Tea cures the first and pre^^vents the latter. It is purely vegetable and^is warranted and sold by R. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agents. Helena.
'h*nBahy was sick, we gare her Castcrla,
Whenshe was a (^lull, she cried f or r^astorla,^w - .fie beeaioe Miaa, she clung to Castorfa,^Wbeu sii. Lad i'uiklren. she fare tbsm o^i
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NoticeI* t-ersby glvsn that the co-partershlp^t-r.'..fore extsttni; between the undersigned,^^1 line b-i^1nee^ ^t Bast tielena, Mont., under the^friu nam* and title of Sscii-1 Jt to , Is tt.ts day^^lli^olved by mutual consent. Robert Sandel re^Mrtnit. the business to be hereafter condurte-t by^K l^t AbercomMe, to whom all debts dne the^Arm are payable and who assume* all outstanding^inde- telnese of tiienrm
KUBTAttn i i'Mr-IS
EastHslana, Mont. May IWk
Ismrn statss liirn Omen, i^HiLr.tiA. Moct . May ^. 1*8. t^rotnplr.lnt hsvtnk* been entered at this office by^^lle ivter Chrletoffsen a^mlnst James McEenzte,^for tMln-e to romply with la* as o ^ tim -r cut ure^entry No. 3*1. dated September 1, l!*^!. up-^n the^^Ht sV^s and *H ee1., sec. 33, twp. 10, n r 2 w. In^Isel'i and oiarke county, Montana, with a view to^the ' ancellation of said entry, rontestaat allectnt^rbat tb-rlslmsnf has In no way complied with the^la. in break n^r. cr* pp:ng or seeding sale land,^saw I at such failure still exists The said par-^U**e are ! erebT summoned to appear at this office^in il:-'. th 'aV of Jun-, lt*^. at io, o'clock a m.,^o respond ai_d famUh testimony concerning said^alleced ral,ure
.W LANGHORE. KeK-i*ter
Aneminent phy.-ician says: A healthy^liver secret-s from two to three pounds of^bile ^^ery twenty-four hours end disposes^of this secretion where it will do the most^good. No* if the liver is out of ord-r. the^a hole system is in trouule, the spirit* are^depressed, the mind is not clear, and a^Miasm whose liver is not performing its^dut) is verv s^*^n unfitted for regular oust-^nets. pr. Henley's Dandelion Tonic^rouses the torpid liver and enables it to^perlorru its proper functions, thereby reg^ulating the whele system. Sold by R. ^.^Hale ^ Co . wholesale and retail agents.^Helena.
Noticeof Stockholders' Meetuogr.
Tothe Stockholders of Boulder Vabsv Ditch.^Minlna and Milling Company.
Ant \| iof I^ellght.
Abouta week ago,^ sajs a Los An^^geles, Cel.. druggist, ^a Chinaman came in^with a lame shoulder. 1 sold him a bottle^of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and guaranteed^that it would cure him. He came in again^last night, and as soon as he got inside the^door began to swing his anus over his head^like an Indian club swinger. 1 thought^the blamed fool bad a fit, but he finally^stopped long enough to say: ^Medicine^velly fine, velh fine; alle same make me^feel plenty gust^ Chamberlain's Pain^Balm is without an equal for sprains, rheu^^matism, aches, pains or lame back. For^sale by U. V Parchen jc Co.
Bypersons who, attacked by a mild form^of rheumatism, neglect to seek prompt^relief. Subsequent torture is prevented by^an Immediate resort to Hostetter's Stomach^Bittern. Slight exposure, an occasional .^draught, will beget this painful malady, 1^where there is a predisposition to it in the^blood. It is not difficult to arrest the trou-
YOUare hereby notified that s meetiuc of the^sd^kh ldersof the Boulder Va ley Ditch.^Mining and Milling company, a corpora-Jon duly^tt corporated under and hv virtue of the laws of^M ontana Territory, will be held at the office of A^M Hotter A Hro. i being the offlc of said com^^pany' in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and^0 lark territory of Montana, oa fStclaT^ISMi. at .-o clock, p. m
ASTONM HOLTKR,^M^KTIS M HOLTKH.^JOHS W. Mc .^^.!^.
DatedHelena. Montana, May S Ists
LaSVJOmil at Hel.cna, Mowt., i
Aprilrr, aMSX |
No-iceis herebv given that the folio.ine^named setUer has lied notice of als Intention to^make final proof In sarport of nls claim, and taat^said proc^f will be made before th* register and^r. reiver at Helena. Mon' , oa Jus* Sfl, ltJBa, vu^Albert ward, who made final homestead entry^No 711 for the e-, ar^^ ae^^ ne\ and lot 1, sec ^^,^tp 10 a r. S w.
Thisnotice Is publtshsd in obadasaos to letter^C, est July a. lass from the Boa. commissioner^^t^^l and office requiring a proper .^eacripa n^of the land
Anynerson who^allowance of such proof.
^^pswsaat ipaM Baa^or wha knows of any^the law and the recr, a-
q.t.sot its interior departmsat, why^should not b^ auowe l, will he riven aa opp^tunlty at the atviTe mentioned time and place
crossexamine th. wltnof said claimant a; ^i
tooffer evidence in rebu tal of that submitted by
8W. LANGHf RNK.^First pabUcitlon April ^^. 18HS
THE( HAMPIO!* O tHSMEX,
I'BCMO OTREB SEMEIlV FOB
Sprains,Strain*,. Soreness, Stiffness^Aches and Paint.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Boldby I^i ugtists ami Uealers.^the CHaKLEs * V00ELEH CO.. Bartimom. k4^no. ie*e.
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bank
Debignate^d Depository of th*-^Uuit^^i States
Paid-TJpCapital ^ *fi(^0,000^Surplaa and Profits - - 6^.0,000
8.T. lir - -vPrwldnnt
A.i. Da via.Vlw^rTfejident
K.W. K.MifHT( arthler
T.H. KlxinscmmidtAset ''a*hie-r
Seo.H. HillHeoond km'\ Ca^Llf^r
L.G. Phelps, Vlee-Pre*. and Act. Cash'r
S.K. AtkinsonAusistant Caalilni
A.6. Clarkk, Hxrkan Sans.
H.F. ' j a Lk.n.PETKB I.AHaON,
.W. Cannon. H. C. Wallace.
8.OL a3hbtD. A. COBT.
r*aid.n Capita) $150,0(0^Sii'plu* end P^o*tti 140.0-C
RSLai k Co
LH. HERShTltLD, P^s'l^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pr^^AARON HERSHFIELD,Cash-f
3.T. Haoaer,John C. Cnrtln,
A.U. Hotter.K. 8. Hamilton,
firanvllleStnart, C P. Hlgglns,^K. W. Knight, A. J. Da via,^T. H. Klelnschmldt. Henry M. Parehen.^T. C. Power.
General BANKING Busiiie-ee
trapear tad QB~ Interest paid on nnr deioalu
3North Main St., Helena. M. T.
Thistteek In oar
Weshall dleplaj an Eleirant Line of
TKIMMEDand UNTKIMMID HATS and BON^NETS.
Wecall attention to our heautlfnl collection of^hUMMEK URBSSES for Ladles, Misses and
Inoar INFANTS' DEPARTMENT we dlsplaj an^eztensire and eleirant line of lOHW and^SHORT CLOAKS. ROBES, SLIPS, SKIRTS^In flannel aad nias.In, etc., at most rsasona-^ble prices.
Agentfor Rutterick's^Hall's Bazar Forms.
C^ruer Broadway and Warren Street.^Opposite U. 8. assay Office.
THOS.O'BRIEN 6% SON, Propa
NewlyFitted and Newly Fumlsheo throarhoal^Ladles and treats Baths, Barber Step, Bar aoc^Blllara Hall, with all Modern Improvements.
THOMASC RL SB,
a.b. hlntlet.^A. J OAVLDbON,
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0lKC TOM^M. SANDS,^W. D. MICHOLAr^^^^t)B8 ^otiEIb,^A. HBRSHFIBLT
PurchaseGold and Silver tivl^Hon. Gold Dust and Conn^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit-^Left for a Specified Time
AGeneral Banking Businex^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFHELENA^Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.CKI SK ...^T. H. CAKTKK..^WM. J. CKUSK...^C. U DAHLKlt...
Allows6 per cent. Interest on Savings^Deposits, compounded January and July.
'BUSRUNS TO AND from ALL TRAINS
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awnings^and the latest Improved fixtures for hanging.
Canvasof all kinds and widths from JO Inches^wide to 120 Inches wide always la stock.
Th*latest improved Camp Goods.^MAIN STREET. .... B BLBNA
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights, including ore*, promptly trans^^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and at the^depot. Orders will receive prompt at^^tention.
AHistory of Our Msroes. Our Statesmen, Ou^Scholars. Our Man of Not. In Every Fl.id.
The0 :Iy National Standard.
Api^!r^^m'^Crclopvedl* of American Blogrt^^^phy^ contains ^ hlo^rraphlc*U sketch of *v*rjp+r^too t^mtn**ntln American civil aad military histo^^ry, la law aod politics, in divinity, llteratiire and^art. In science ar.d In lnevntlnn, inrl:idlne distln-^^mlshad ^^erenQP ht^rn abroad that are related to^oar national history, and em braces all the conn^trim* of North and South America. It la a cora-^petet history of the New World in every branch^of rinnian %rM^^v*me^Tit
Weclaim this is the finest chew of Plug^Tobacco ever offered to the public, and^any lover of a good chew will acknowledge^it has no equal after one*- trying It. We^want you to taste it; your judgment la^better than our praise.
Ouraim is to excel. We think we hare^It. The rapidly increasing demand for^BLUE GRASS provea that it has merit.
Madefrom the choicest and most care^^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky. BLUC GRASS ia a tough and last^^ing chew, superior to any Plug Tobacco^produced. We aak you to try it, feeling^confident you will appreciate the quality^which haa made
Famousfor its HIGH GRADE OF EXCELLENCE
Tothe stockholders of the West Granite II o on^Lain M'n'ne Company:
Mutfcai^ hereby Riven that a meeting of the^stockholders of fhe West Granite Mountain M lo^^in j Comi.any ^a corporation duly Incorporated^under and by virtue of the laws of Montana terri^^tory), will be held at the law office of Masseur*^Bui lard, in the city of Helena, County of Lewis^and Clarke, territory of Montana, on Saturday,^the : - 1 day of May. A. D. lHtJV- commendntr at id^o'clock a m of said day, for the parpose of su.i-^mlt'lnt* to ihe stockholder* of said corporation. ^^t r^ poeition to sell all of the mining irroand,^hoisting work*, and other pro. arty of every kind,^character and description neloK^lng to said cor-^po atton. Each particular tra* t or piece of prop^^erty ao to he sold being dls'lnctly specified as fol^^lows, to wit' The following described quart*^mining claiins aod mlnlne properties situate,^lyirg and being in -ttntrreek unorganised mln^ing district in the county of Deer Lodge, and ter^^ritory of Montana, to-wit:
Haiti**rake Lode, ^he same being designated^j or the Surveyor **enera* of Montana aa lot No.^112, In township number seven north of range^thirteen weet, and embracing eleven and sixty-^five one hundredths of an acra^Butte LoJe, the same helng designated by the^j said Surveyor i^eneral as lot No. 113, in said^I townahtp aad range, and embracing five acres and^three r^n-*-hnndi^ dtbs of an acre.
ClearWrit Lode, the same being designated by^the said Surveyor (i^neraj as lot No. 114, in eald^township and' range, and embracing eight and^eighty five one hundredths acre*. .
FractionLode, the aame bring; designated hy^the said Sorvevor (General m hit No. ::*., in said^township and range, and embracing two, and^four one-hundredths acre*.
AlamedaLode, the same being designated by^the said Surveyor General as lot No. lib, In said^township and range and embracing nineteen^acres and eight hundredths of an acre.
LittleDaeey Lode, the aame being deeignated^by the said Sarveyor Oeneral as lot No IK, in^said township and range, and embracing nine^acres and eighty-five one-handredths of an acre.
ElizabethLode, the aame being deeignated by^the said Surveyor (General as lot No. 94, in said^township and range, aad embracing eighteen^acres and ftftv -^iz on* hundredths of a^ acre.
Theabo^ e 4eacrlt^ed lode* selng an designated^ard described in the official surveys thereof ny tb*^Survevor (teneral of Montana
Alsol^ uglae Lode and Douglas Lode No 2, a*^said Uouailae and Douglas No. 'i lode* are de^^scribed In reapectlve notices of location t^ereof^recorded in trie offlc* of the county recorder of^said county of Deer l^dge. Also all machinery,^fixture* and personal property of ever* kind,^character and description belonging to said cor^^poration. A is . all water, water right*, ditches,^acqueducts, reservoirs, times, franchises ana^privileges upon, leading to, connected with, or^usually had and enjoyed in connection with said^described premise*, and eav-h and every part and^parc^l there* f.
Itis intended to submit to said stockholders the^preposition to sell all property, real and personal^belonging to said corporation.
aTON M.HOLTBK^SA Ml'KL t. II a I SBK.
('hask walls,^i. k fardke,^a a. Mcdonald,^bd i. zimmerman,^h v pah- hen,
Trusteesof W'aat ^*ranlte Mountain Mining Tom-^pan v.
DatedHelena, Montana, March 26th, iwe^.^bewer Connections
r.s.hale ^ co.
WHUI.ESA LB AND RETAIL
DealersIn Palest Msrilrlnes, Fancy Tnlle^Uoods, Lantern Lamps and Lamp ^*^ od., (41sas^Paints. UUs, etc. Sarelcal Instruments, ^ retches^Braces, etc Wholesale svents for t'nro fo^t'^neLs and C olds, ^ lrW - Plledntment, Wltcbe^Bosanko Medirlnes, Dr. Kiln..^^^Kemedy, Dandelion Tonic, Uretrun Kidney Tes^Dutard's Mperlflc
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday and night^r.' ^
Fln*t stock of goods in^Bodies preeerve.1 anv length of time
Medicaland 8urgloal Institute,^301 and 303 Weet '.^th St.. KanBae^City, Mo., and 400 G^ary m..^Sau Francisco, Cal.^For the Treatment of all
Chronici Surgical Diseases
Bestfaculties, apparatus and equipment* for^successful treatment of every form of dleea** re^^quiring medical and surgical treatment.
Slzivtwo new rooms for patients; beet accom^^modations west of New York.
Writefor illastrated papers on Deformities^Club feet. Curvature of the Spine, Pile*, Tumor*,^Cancer, Catarrh, Bronchitis. Inhalation, Klec-^trlctty, Magneel-jn. Paralysis, Kpllepey, Kidney.^Blade.er. Eye, Ear, bkln and Blood, and all^burglral l^peratlona.
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book en die-^eates free.
Theonly relleMe Medical and Surgical InsMtute^making a specialty of private d'
AHBlood Diseases surceeefully treated. Hvph-^Ultls I't l*on removed from the system without^mercury. New Restorative treatment for loas) of^Vital Power. Persons nnahle to visit us may be^treated at home by correspondence. All commu^nlcations confidential. Medicines or Instrument*^sent by mall or expreee securely sacked. On*^personal Interview preferred. Call and consult^us. or send history of your case and we will send^in plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^thousands cannot be cnresV of Private, r*peclai^and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhea, lm potency, Hyp hills, Uonorrho^*,^oleet, Varkocle. etc., etc.
Pa iflc ^ oaet Institute estabUshed for nearly a
Inarterof a centurj. Corner of (4eary ana^[aeon streets, han Francisco. ^ ai Dlsi^ensar^^and 1/riig Store occupying whole corner of Muck^First etas* rooms and b4^ard for 300 pa'ient* at^the sanitarium connected wlib the
Callor address Kansas ^ It j. Mo. or Maa Francisco^i allfornla
Mainstreet. Helena, Montana, h islt ess center of the city. First class. All^'he above house*. Man; restaurant* la rloa* proximity stall prices European Flam. Rooms Ste.^^^ $1.U0. suits $l.w per da^ aecordlne to location. American Plan $!.-^ to 1S..'0 per daj. hpscla^So dlsrepuuhe triple allowed.B. o. LKNUIH. Proo. both
Idlsreputab'e people allowed.
b.U. LENOIR. Prop.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
Havingleased tbe two upper Boors of th* Davidson bloc* and connected th. asms with omr alrsadj^lm mens* salesrooms, we now occupy four entire floors extending through tbe whole block from^Jackson ti^ Main street, stocked throughout with goods of every grade and at price, that defy cosapw-^Utlon. Erery purchase made STRICTLY FOR CASH DIRECTLY FKOM FIKsT HANDS amd^shipped la CAR LOADS ONi_Y. An examination of auods and comparison of prices solicited.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCl^A-DISE.
E.L. Sliter ^ Co., Proprietors.
FinestImported and Domestic
OppositeTGrandCentral Hotel Helena M. T.
MorphineUaMt Carrd In IO^tm 20 ri - Nu pay at 11 cured.^'^^^- J. teu'istaeua. Lcbauoo, OttJa.
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
Stationery,^Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ot Notions,
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
FORALL SKIN DISEASES.
TheGelebrated French Cure.
IsSolo ok a^posinve
GUARANTEtto cure a it y^form of nervous^disease, or aw]^disorder of ttie^C'lieratlre o[^iraus of eitlici^rn'X whether ar-^i^;ng from the^em i.-nt- use of Slimalanta. Tobai^-o or opium^orthrougli youthful indiscretion, over iudnlif-^eucc. Ac, such as Loss of Braiu Power. Wakeful^uess, BeariuK down Paius iu tbe Back. Seminal^w^nkiievs. Hysteria. Nervous Prostration sc-turn^a. Enii^^ions. I^-iirorrhopa. Iiizziuess. Weak Mem'^^leVt^rof7inPi!I ,dJmJl^^ 7t-^^ The owners of property on the west side of Main
fv Pr i f M ..'t i^,^^'1 ^:n1.d' ! street, t-tw-.n (.Wr ^d l-.wrence streets, are
mailon reUh^of ^ce.h* ^^reby .otltaj1 .p make connexion, with the
aw itt.- v^ 1 .d^ x.--v^v_. ^sas^ aaaai I afwer on sal - M - ia ptrt-et wi b n thlr^ ^ days from
order t . rTTml gPAmAMT*^ forpvoryf.OO ^ d^ hmntmri,nnwU.^r.. md^ i made
rurei^ nnt effectJl ThnnlinV.in arcord^nre with Ordlnanca ^o. wbi-h |^ra
fmm^M iVirt T^iSi^ nl w^l- J!^^..wollt*,1' v^doth^t thing., a* folium*
Shv XrHnZSSm ^^S^frT*rm^l!e.^tly ^ 7 No omnectioQK^ha.l he mada with any^THF APHRO uSnttf nX*9* I ^-r without ^ It fr.m the ,Bp*rfnte^.d. t^f nt AKrIKO MtDICINE CO. of r-ewera, and no non*. drain or private aewar^w^^ir^ rr4nch.will h#^ allow*-* t * be pot In place, nor any of tbe
PORTLAND.OR work In coDoe Uot* therewt h commenced or pre*^Sold by R. S. Hale a ^o., wholesale and retail ^oted nn.etw the permit to con* roct the drain or^drag.lete, tole agents for Helena. Mont.1 ' ^ \p th* l^o^ee*-lon of the licensed drain-
1 lay**r at the site of the proposed work or with one
ofbis employee eniracen tbecvoa, aad any open^in k or connection made Into any eewe*r without^such permission or in any maarer different from^j tbe code preacrihea for sach openings or con pec-^tions by this ^ r inance ^bail upon conviction^1 there*^f subject tie person maktn. the aame ax-d^the occupl* r t r owner of rhe i r - mlsee dlr-^ tine It,^I to a p*nalty o* not lea* *h*n ten nor more than^I ^dc hand'ec d'.liare ft^r earh and ^^vety day said^-^ r.n*h tl n or ^ ;--r irt snail remain after nottce^try tbe ^npertntt-ndent of sewers to don* ar d dl*^^oonnect tbe same
Vir'b-r Inf. r mat ion can be procured from the^superintendent of e*^were.^By order of the city council.
Alsxn. BoTKin City ( ri^Date* Helena, Mont, April 15 It**
R_s. Hale * Co.^sala ae^^^ts
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done^!c ii . 1 ths oar}^sr*ectoc iorthectrvJocaja
H.IN*.ilAH AM. At. .^1..
Aaistsiasi1 ^i. T.^We havs sold Bt( C for^many years, and it has
Seenihe beet *f aatia^^tlon.
.B, DTCHF A CO..
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B.M. Parrhwa St Or whole
P|lII f-t Weakasss sTBsdyaad Wmi Effetti^V^ (J li^l of Errors ortreesstsia OUsr Tsaaf.
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Hftoksfurnished for Weddings.^Funemli Balls, Etc, at Reasoc-
Bugt*gei trarjbf. rrt^d toaudfrorx^ail trains to all parts of ^toe city.^^HAS. F STUART Prop
OfficeGrand Central Hi^U-l. Tr-lephonr^206
HELENA,MONTANA^IRON AND BRASS
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Aa^arantes. care f^^r all nerreos ais-^naeee. sncb as Weak Memory, Low! of^.Brain Power, Hrswta. Hrarsctc. Pas^1 la the Bark. Nervous Prnstratlao. Wake^I fnl.su, Leocorrhcra, L alreraal I^nttide. Ses~l^nal Weakneae. Impoteacr and teneral lows of^I power of the 'Generative Orsans^Io eltaer Sex,^^ canssd hj ln41scretloa or over exertion, and whl^ h^uluxaatelj lead to Premature Did Aics, Insaal-j^1 and Conenmptlon 11 a Hoi or six noxee for IS^Sent rrr mall on receipt of price, full parttrilars^la pamphlet, sent free to every applicant.
WtGianatMMi Baits^lo rare any case. Fur every $5 order re-^eeaved, we seal six boxes, with a written
eaara.to refund the money If our^lflc does not effect a core. Address^all roaimnnlrarlnnr to the Sole Mansfac-^tnrere- ths murray MEDICINE CO,
EanasiCity. Mo.^For sal^ In Belenaby b M. Paarejan a Co
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LnfermeDtedaad noi^intoxicating. Acta like^charm in all caaes of Diar-^rhcea and Drsentery and all^stomach and bowel trouble^.^Grateful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescents. QtfM^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by
MlHaLOVTTCH,FtXrCHKB A Co.
Cincinnati,O. For sale by^j. swrrzBR,
Wewish to thank our many friends for their very liberal patronage since the Spring^trade opened. Our store has been continually crowded with eager customers who go^away delighted with their purchases. The coming week the public will be awe-struck at^the Novelties we shall exhibit and prices asked for the same.
Extraordinaryin Combination Suits.
Also,an immense variety of new weaves and styles, including the entire range of New^Spring and Summer tints.
WestEngland Broadcloths, Antwerp Broadcloths, Beautiful for WALKING DRESSES or^Riding Habits. New shades in Henriettas, Ottomans. Serges, Coburgs, Empress Cloth,^Tennis Cloth. Alpacas, Cashmeres, Summer Flannels, Silk Mixed Effects. Etc.
Wealso exhibit a most attractive stock of Cheap Dress G-oods. 36 to 40 inches wide.^2500 yards will be placed on our centre counters and will be offered for 25c per yard. Th^goods are very sightly and cheap at 35c, 37c and 40c.
Ourstock of black and mourning goods is incomparable. Pure silk warped Bombazine, silk^warped Henriettas, all wool Henriettas, G-erman and French Serges, Tennis Cloth, Nun's^Veiling, Camel's Hair Cloths, Diagonals, Balmoral Crepe, Mohairs. Brocades and Sicilian^Repps. We append but a partial list, having many new styles in Black Goods too numerous^to mention.
Carpets,Draperies, Lace Curtains and Portierres.
Inthis line of goods we are offering special prices. We are always satisfied with a small^margin of a profit from which our customers derive a full benefit.
Moquettes.Three Plys. Art Squares. Hemp Carpet. Body Brussels. Ingrains, Linoleum,^Stair Carpet. Tapestry Brussels, Venician. Mattings. Smyrna Rugs. Chenille. Portierres. Tur^^coman Portierres, Silk Portierres. Door Bracatells. Irish Point Lace Curtains, Brussels Lace^Curtains. Bobinet Lace Curtains. This department is most thoroughly equipped and chal^^lenges comparison in the west.
Umbrellasfor Rain and Sun.
Inall sizes. New styles. Long handles. Silver Handles. Gold Handles. Buckhorn han^^dles. Elegant goods. An immense selection. Prices from $1 to $20.
SummerWraps, Newmarkets, Jackets and Peasant Circulars,
A. ~M~ A TOHLESS STOCK.
Hereyou will find Rich. Novel and Exclusive Goods from the Famed Fashion Centres of^America and the Old World.
allgoods sold at new york prices
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.
CornerMain and Bridge Sts., Helena