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THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEN'T : HELENA. THURSDAY MORXIXG. MAY 30,
THEINDEPENDENT
Helena,-Mont.. May 30, lt^69.
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thanthe three which the return- to the^clerk of the house of representative*^show. The inference is unavoidable that^it is the intention of the republicans to^decide the sixteen contests which will^come up according to the dictates of^party necessity rather than upon the^merits of the respective cases.
Thecorrespondence alluded to points^out that with the present small republi^^can majority it would be possible for the^democrats to break a quorum at any^time they saw fit. Besides, tw^^ mem-^'^^^!^- on the republican side are in such^poor health that it ia doubtful if they^will ever take their -eat- again in
THEMARKETS.
STOCKS.Haw Tom, May ^.^Bar lUrn,^Copper^Nominal; lake, Jane. $12.00.^Land^Dull and Manly domaadr. (*-*^^^Tk^ heavy adTanca la the stock market mat^with a check to-day. and while the business dona^was materially am alter thaa that of the past tew^days, the Hat at the close waa InvarlaMy lower^and the lonn In anme of the late favorltee were^^ lite marked. Keck I ^land loet 11a. Atchleoa,^Missouri Pacific aad St.Paul, each IS. and North^^western 1 Bel cent. (m m*nt boo da doll and^steady.
Petroleumopened eteedy at s.'V and after
movingop to Ms the price yielded under west^^ern selling to Wi A sushi rally foil. ^^ a, the^Con- market cl. sink eteadr at S3V Waiea, T3b,u0^ bar
Tneindesenoemi haaa 'erger dally clrcula-^ion than any aewaoaper between et Paul and^^oetiand and a larger circulation than any^ether two de'ir papers pubiiahed In Montana.^i baa no press roens secrets, ita subscription^aooksare open to inspection, end It la alwara^^^aa. to pro^e mat it^ circulation I* ^^ 'epre-
gress,and this will leave the republi^^cans of the house with only one major^^ity upon a full vote until they can be re^^inforced by the four members they ex^^pect to gain from the two bakotas and^Washington. Therefore party leaders^advise the president against the calling^of an extra se-uion because an accident^mlgnt result in throwing the power of^organizing the house into the hands of^the democrats. Their policy is to take | *~-J^4 *^'
rels.
oovernment bonda. 4a, US: isfca, !^^'^^,^Northern Pat lac, Mt%i preferred, ^*^; Orevoii^Impnivem-nt, M. Otetf'-n Navigation, ^i^Transcontinental, m\; L'nlui Peclflc. ft.lv
Moneyon call easy,. prime merrar.tlle
paper.Ss4i-'-^ Msrllnir ex. r. an m-dull and eteedy;^^ixty-day bill*. fr4.^''^. demand ^.* ^4
siassmatter
Thewomen-stiffragi-t.s are busy in^Washington territory endeavoring to ob^^tain the insertion of a clauae in the con^^stitution of the new -tate-, or failing in^that for the submi-^sion of a separate^rlause, conferring upon women the right^to vote. Tli- proposition meets with^comparatively little favor, and there is^-mall reason to expect that a vote upon
thatquestion will be taken next ^ ictober.
IELK^.atk C'ahey, of Wyoming, Is^working hard to create a sentiment in^Hi territory in favor of statehood, lie^does not liud all unanimous spirit, but^the Laramie Boomerang reports thai lie^has succeeded in winning over unite a^number from the opposition. It will iie^reiu^-inhered tnat dot. Moonlight took^strung ground against admission to the^union in an address delivered last No-^ieiulieror l'ecember, basing his objec^^tion upon the ground of iusutlicient^I^.(.illation.
uochances, but wait until the addition^^al members can be made available. The^probability, according to this particular
enteredat tne PoatoftVce at eieiene a* second- correspondent, is that there Will be UO
extrasession called, unless the president^should elect to trust his own judgment^in opposition to the advice of the party^leaders, which would be a serious step to^take.
whate-.er the decision of the president^may Ire, the democrats have nothing to^fear from an extra session. The results^of called sessions in the past have been^detrimental to the political party re^^sponsible for their being, and with the^many embarrassing questions to come^before congress now the danger is^greater than usual for the republicans.
LIVlrJTOCE.^''^icaeo, May ^ ^Cattle^ Kecetpaa, w.v^..^easier: beevae, $4^4^ stockera aad feeders,^tt.wSaWI 70; Texss rattle $2.8. to*) TO; (3.4t*^4 IS.
Hoi--Kerelj.ts, vj,0iO strong and active. mixed^S^%nuVt50; heavy, *4 BsfaM v^. lltrht, $4 nxjM.rfl^Sheei^^ rtecelpts, s,^^); strung, active; natives,^wi stare, shorn, $3 Ss*ac30; Texans,^^bora, fS -'SJri ^*
('UK'auoPKODrr*.
('Rioaao.May 2S ^1:15 p. m^Close^Wheat-^w- ,k and lower, cash, ^^^^ : J an^, ^: July, 76 IMS
I..rtt^Steady, cash, Jun*. S3fc: July. S4 1-16.
Oete Kesy; ^ ash, il \: J una, 11 \: July, i!V
P-.raSteady; cash 111.80; Jose, (11.75; July,^111 -'
uard-steady: raeh, Jnne. $^-, (rryj; July, J*. 75
Iiik i tlicial count in the Marysville^.lisirict shows that Messrs. (jillette and^Burns, republicans, and Mayger, demo^^crat, are elected to the constitutional^convention. For a time it was supposed^Mr. Kalston, independent, had been^elected instead of Mr. dillette. \\ hat-^ever may have been the previous party^affiliations of Mr. Kalston. he has of^late l.een too much addicted to the^Henry iiHirge distemper to make him a^di-iral.le man in the convention. The^result of the official count does not alter^the complexion of the convention as it^has been heretofore stated in the I.m^e-^i'ENDE.NT. The democrats will have a^majority of three, which will be quite^enough for the purposes of organization.
Till,husband of J. Kllen Foster, of^Iowa, is heing urged lor the office of^register of the Uea-ury. to succeed that^arch rebel, den. V\. S. K.i-ecrans. It may^be as well staled that the urging is com^^ing mostly from .Mrs .1. Kllen Foster,^who bases her importunity upon the fact^that she held back the prohibition re^^publicans of Iowa from bieaking for the^camp of the enemy, den. C. B. Fish, in^the last presidential campaign, a work^which she accomplished with her gotid^^ atom tongue, which is said to be huug
inthe middle and to wag at Imth ends^t. nneit rosier is la nnnsrirninr
Iowaattorney, who would never have^been heard of but for the fact that ho is^his wife'- husband.
WhenRahy waa sirk. we gave her Cestorfa.
Whenshe was a ( nil 1. she cried for Caatoria,^W'ben alie be*-erne Miaa. she clung to Caatoria.^When alia Lad I bil.jreu. al.e gave them Caatoria,
ImpureBlood
Isthe cause of Boils. Carbuncles,^Pimples, Eczema, and cutaneous erup^^tions of all kinds. There can be no per^^manent cure for these complaints until^the poison ia eliminated from the sys^^tem. To do this thoroughly, the safest^and moat effective medicine is Ajrer's^Sarsapavrilla. Give it a trial.
For the pavat twentv-five years I^have sold Ayer ^ Sarsaparilla. ' In mv^opinion, the best remedial agencies for^the cure of ^n diseases arising from im^^purities of the blood are contained ;n^this medicine.^ ^ G. C. Brock. Drm--^gist, Low ell, Mass.
My wife was for a long time a suf^^ferer from tumors on the nei k. Noth^^ing did her any good until she tried^Ayer's Sarsaparilla. two bottles of which^made a complete cure.^ ^ W. 8. Martin.^Burning Springs. W. Va.
Wehave sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla^bere for over thirty years and alwavs^recommend it when asked to name the^best blood-purifier.^^ W^. T. McLean,^Druggist. Augusta. Ohio.
Ayer'sSarsaparilla,
PKEI-AkCtlBY
Dr.J. C. Ayer ^ Co., Lowell, Mass.^Price $1, six bottles, $4. Worth $i a bottle.
RW. JAMES,^iiSSiiTIST
AND
METALLURGIST.
H.TONN
3North Main St~, Helena, M. T.
SpecialAttractionsT
Thisweek la oar
MillineryDepartment.
Weshall display an Elegant Lias of
TRIMMEDand UNTK1MMKD HATS sod BUT*^NETS.
en
areshowing In great pn Suslon.
Wecall atteaUon to our beautiful collection of^SIMMER DREsSBs for Lad We, Misses and
YoungChildren.
Inour INFANTS' DEPARTMENT wa dlaplav aa^extensive and elegant Una of ^.ONU and^sU^.RT CLOAKS RuBKS, SLIPS, SKIRTS^in flannel aad Boslln, etc, at boss reasona^^ble prices.
H.TONN,
Patterns
Agentfor Butterick'i^Hall's Bazar Forma.
and
PEKSONSAM) THINGS.
Tin:observance of Memorial day.^which occurs to-day, promises to be as^general ad it has ^ \er tx^eu -iiitv the^custom was instituted. It is not de^^signed to k.-ep alive the animosities of^the civil strife that rolled through this^nation more than a ^|uarter of a cen^^tury ago, hut on the coutmry as time^passes the tributes paid on each recur^^ring Memorial day to brave men who^fought on either side in that greatest of^modern wars have Income more fre^^quent and spontaneous. The day will^be appropriately celebrated m Helena by^the Iirand Army post assisted by the^local militia and city council. An ad^^dress at Kucore hall in the evening by^Chief Justice Blake will doubtless have^a large and appreciative hearing.
KB1hi.ii \n papers in Montana are^endeavoring to ezplaiu that the Chicago^Kvening Journal's ill-tempered article^upon the ^confidence game^ played by^Montana in the last presidential election^shouldn't be taken seriously, first, be^^cause the Journal is ^foolish.^ a propo^^sition that will excite no controversyt^and second, because the republicans of^Montana do not agree with or subscribe^to its suggestion that the president be in^no hurry to issue his proclamation de^^claring this a state of the union. The^fact remains, however, ihat a recognized^organ of the republican party has made^such a suggestion, and not in way of^jeet, but in all seriousness. The fact^indicates too plainly the intolerant^spirit of the party, which is worthy only^of the era of witch buruing.and to which^a considerable portion of the party would^return if it were possible.
fjsjsjififty bare ball clubs have bees^tormed in .-south Australia since the Amer^^ican players visited that country.
EmperorHorn I'edro of Brazil is ver^ ill.^and his death, which seems to be immi^^nent, may be followed b) a revolution.
1lie work of clearing away the snow^irotn Uie Bireeu) ot Berlin during the win^^ter cost i..i municipality about Soo,uuu^marks, or st25,uou.
Al) writer four inches square has^Liven invented by a Londoner, it is said^to do lis work well, and it sells lor (wo^shillings and sixpence.
Themarquis ot Donegal recently stated^in the bankruptcy court luat his liabilities^amounted to si,6t*t, 125 andhia tola! income^to oiny 93,400 a year.
ThomasA. Kdison said recently: ^1 am^busy at present endeavoring to turn the^Ural Hum coal directly into electricity^without having to use the battery or^dynamo,
1he .Southern Pacific company is mak^^ing arrangements lor building a budge at^Rubtbl's Landing, wblcb is looked upon as^evidence o^ Its intention to complete the^Northern California railroad extension to^mat point as soon as possible.
Mariouliar land says that whoever es^^tablishes a reading club in an agricultural^disliiLl does more to check the ucadly pro^^gress ot larmers' wives to the insane as^ -^iuiu man all the doctors and medical jour^^nals in the land.
Anattempt to rob two infants whose^mothers were kneeling in devotion at a^church at .^auia Pe dunday ot riuga thai^were on their lingers, was prevented oy^the sudden cry ot one of the cuudren,^whose linger was loo roughly bandied.
Asea captain who has gone north from^\ ictoria to hunt seals declares he will re^^sist capture b) United stales vessels with^toice anu Urearms it necessary. It is just^possible he will change his mind it me^liear or the Kusn shouid pay bim a visit.
JamesL^ Uabcock, ol Ann Arbor, the^young man who must marry or lose a for^^tune, will spend the summer in Cuiope.^He starts irom liuston May In. While in^Europe he will hunt up some of his Ml^correspondents on that sideot the Atlantic^1 be base of MM tower in Paris occu^^pies inree and a halt acres) ot ground. On^me nrat piallorm, HoO steps nigh, is a wiue^gallery, altording ^iaioi,ng room tor o.UOU^i^ o.i.s and lour large lealaurauts. xiy^means ot ihe elevators 'J0.0U0 persons a day
SPECIALNOTICES,^^yrup of F'gs Olaanseathe Svatem.
Syrupof Figs la Pleasant and Effective
JaaSyrus of Flga for Oonstioatlon.
at
Theexcavations tor smelters below^i'oriiand. Or., are completed anu the^Noiiiiein 1'aciuc railroad has nearly nu-^.shed its switch to the Works, tlum^buildings are m course of construction on^Ism giouuus. Tne company expects u* nave^asUielUl luuning oy August 1.
MissLW-ile JoLuson, ot Chicago, has been^eiikageo. o^ the Ea^t End I reoOj teriau^eiiuicu at 1'iiisouig, i'a., to sing soprano^on a j ear al a salary ol S2.UU0, wincU is^aj.il lo Ire lass largest paid to any cuurcb^iioger in uie country. Miss Johuson uas^.'^ hi singing in l'iy moulu churcu in Cui-^cago.
t.eorgeliancrott, the historian, is not in^iailing health, ail stories lo me coutrarv^iioiwiliisiauding. tut a man who was^Ssarsj with the ceutury, Mr.liaucrutt's vigor^.1 uiiuu and body is very remaraaoie. tils^ii..si recent literary work 18 a lite of Mar^^io Van tiuren, which will shortly be pun^^ished by Harper Jc liros.
The^an Marcial Reporter says: Within^lit teen miles of San Marcial, up and down^the river, there are over tiO.ouo acres ot Cue^ootiotu lands, which can oe irrigated by^means ot short canals trort Uie iiio Wrandc.^and there is also, tributary to Una place,^many limes that acreage ot irrigable mesa^lands. Moat ot these lands are on the Ar-^mendaris grants.
Mrs.Langtry has accumulated over^Ssoo.OOO In America, and, it is said, intends^when sue retires from the stage, locating^iu Calilornia. which she describes as being^the most delight!al spot on esxtb. She^has purchased a large farm iu Lake^county, and has stocked it with some of^the finest bred livestock obtainable in Eng-^iaud and America. Adjoining the landed^estate in Lake county, which consists of^stJI ml thousand acres, much of it under^cultivation, is a farm of like extent, the^property of Preddie GebhardL
NinaKirby Smith, dauther of (^en. Kir-^b) smith, ibe Confederate chieftain and^now professor ot mathematics at the Se-^wanee university, Tennessee, eloped last^week w ith a student named Buck of the^university. The couple were married by^a justice in Winchester. Miss smith was^to nave been married yesterday to a man^named lioylston, a wholesale mercnant at^Atlanta and a vestryman of St. Phillip's^church, the fashionable congregation of the^city.
Theim;^irt.ince of pm jfj u,g^not ls^ overestimated, f..r^IiIikhI you cannot cnj..y goml I:, u'.lit.
Attl.is season ncaily every oi.c nrv.|^ a^P^mm1 tiii-diciiie to pni ifr, vil..:./.-. ;::nl^ i.i ,. Ii^the IiI.mhI. and tltajd's Sarsap:.r:ilj i^ SMrtLy^your confidence. It is jH-^-i:;i.*r in 11. -t i.^strengthens atnl liuiliN up the -tetii.cr.- ' -^uii aplM'tite, and toxaCS II S ^!.,. -; isa, a;....-^it eradicates dis. :i-i.. Il.vcit ItrLxL
Mood'sSarsaparilla is sob] I vajlati tcri-t-^Prepared byt^. L flnsal ^ t I aaifl. Hsiir
IOODoses One Hollar^Glove-Fitting Corsets Sti l Ahead!
THOMSON'S
nPHOVEO
CLOVE-FITTINC
CORSETS
arenow made with our
SmflO'uFIMni
Toavoid discomfort^caused by the lappe.J
AreMore Popular
ThanEver
Aperfect fit with abso^^lute comfort now guar^^anteed
ThreeLengths,
SHORT.MEDIUM.^EX . RA LONG.
Havingrepaired and enlarged my Laboratory,
amnow prepared to give au. Kisna or ASSAYS^and CHMlCAL ^uhK at abort notice. Orttera^from the co: ntry by mall or exprass receive^prompt atteatloo Samples kept six months, and^all work guaranteed
Willexamine, report oa and negotiate the sale^of mines.
Urandand Jackson streets rear Klret National^Bank, Helena. M. T.
JOHNA. SCHNEIDER.
FRESCOPAINTER,
Mo.38 Month Davis Street.
PO Box 7R% Helena, M. T.
PnnUcbuildings, chnrches aad dwelling houses^decorated In the latent style
Willfurnish designs. Decorated Hon. W A.^Clark's and M J TsJtxH's residences, Butte.
Scratchwork and Embossed Ornamentation,^atented, a specialty.
THEMERCANTILE AGENCY
s.a. sun * co..
Proprietors.
AK. Presort
DBALBBVt
MARBLE
AMD
GRANITE
AUK)
IKONAT ssHOINSs^H ELMN A W T
LargestStock and Lowest Prices
ARENOW TO BE FOUND AT THE
co
JamesTwiford,
MAMUFACTUBMKUP
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awnings^an1 the latest Improved fixtures for hanging.
Canvasof aU kinds and widths from xu Inches^wide to 120 Inches wide always in stock.
Thelatest Improved, Camp (roods.^MAIN 8TKMBT. .... HKLMMA
Korthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841^118 Offloes.
Unitkdstatu-, Canada and Rubops.^Manager of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA.
Officecorner ^th avenue and Main Street.
PianeerHad Co.
(Successorto Johnson A King.)
Hacksfurnished for Weddings,^Funerals, Balls, Etc, at Reason^^able Rates.
Btifraturu transferred to and from^ell trains to all parte of the city.^OHAS. F. STUART Prop.
OfficeOrand Central Hotel. Telephone^806. -
DR.M. ROCKMAN,
PhysicianSurgeon,Accoacher. Oculist
andAariat.
Memberof San Francisco Medical Society, slat^Nevada State Medical Society
tMeceParcten's Crag store, corner shove Mala^vnd liroadway^ Entrance on Broadway and Jack^^son. Helena, Montana. Consultations In German
n^1English.
HAMMOND^ CO..
GraniteDimension Stone
OEALL KINDS.
Furnishedat^Depot.
theYards, Montana Central
anilPaper Bonud Boots
hhCarriages anil Wapas
EE
Ladies'Underwear ^ Hose BEEHIVE Pictures and Frames
PQ
Materialhas been furnished for Court Honse,^First and Montana National Banks.
1.E. KA IN. Agents.
TheHelena
UNDERTAKINGCO
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday and night. Finest stock of goods In^Montana. Bodies preserved any length of time.
J.B. BENNETT. Manager.
ICE.ICE.
D.W. M1DDLEMAS
Isnow prepared to supply the purest tee now In^the market^Telephone 252.
I*av orders at Lindsay A Co a. EdwardeSt.
CROCKERYAND GLASSWARE
PLUSHCASES AND ALBUMS
co
weIve
rddes!
tne
ost Comfortable to^Wearer and Cheapest for Quality.
forS^LE EVERYWHERE.
LAX.DON,H IT^ HELLKK A CO.,
Successorsto THOMSON LtNGOON ^ CC^New York.
SOUXiAKrrACTt'BBKS.
Rfcl'llll.lt t\^ m i'kohibition.
Thereappear* to be a differeuce of^opiuioo as to the attitutle of the republi^^can party ou the subject of prohibition.^Republican newspapers ainl orators haie^been in the habit of assuring prohibi^^tionists that there is no occasion for a^prohibition party, that the republican^party is the recognized champion of the^temperance cause, and will take care of^the morals of the country if the prohi-^biiioniste will but vote for republican^nominees. t^a the other hand, and to^make things comfortable for the liqoor-^se Hers and li.|uor-^lrinkers who form so^large a portion of the republican party^the mouthpieces of that political organi^^zation take op the other tune at times.^^* when the St. Louis ii lobe- Democrat^said the other day:
Prohibitionis not a political question,^in the ordinary acceptation of Uie term.^All the contests which have taken place^on tbat issue heretofore have been wag-ii^on Hon partisan lints. The attempt of the^democrats, therefore, to identify the repub^^licans in Pennsylvania with the movement^in favor of putting a pr..!.ibitory amend^^ment into the constitution of that state is^weak and silly. The majority against pro^^hibition in Pennsylvania will be about^equal to the majority which the republicans^have over the democrats in regular partisan^contests in that stale.''
Slightderangements of the stomach and^bowels may often be corrected by taking^only one of Ayer's Pills. Through not^having the Pills at hand your disorder in^^creases, and a regular tit of sickness fol^^lows. ^For the want of a nail the shoe^was lost.^ etc.
Clearthe Way
Withoutloss of time when the intestinal^canal is blocked up by reason of constipa^^tion, chronic or temporary. It should be^borne in mind that this ailment is prone to^be lasting and obstinate, and breed other^and worse complaints, iiostetter's Stom^^ach Bitters is the precise remedy to remove^the obstruction effectually, but without^drenching or weakening the blockaded^tsiwels, a consequence always to be appre^^hended from the use of violent laxatives,^which are among the most pernicious ot^the cheap nostrums swallowed by the cred^^ulous and misinformed. The nat of expe^^rience, and of the medicinal fraternity,^sanction the claims of this standard apperi-^ent. Not only aa a source of relief and^permanent regularity to the bowels, liver^and stomach, but as a means of remed) ing^and preventing kidney and bladder trou^^bles, and fever and ague, it is without a^peer.
Kditorof the Indepksdkst: Please an^^nounce in the columns of your valuable pa^per tbat we are sole agents for St. Pat^^ricks 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 and^t^owels: they are vigorous but gentle in^their action and can always be depended^upon. For sale by H. M Parchen A Co.
Moneyto Loan!
InSums to Suit on From Six^-Months (,, Kivf Years Time-^on K^ al Estate- Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgapes, by
W.H. Clark ^ Sox, Gen. Agt'e
NORTHWESTERN
GuarantyLoan Co.
Minneapolis,Minnesota.
Boardof Trade Room, nttatmru Block, Heleno.^CHAS s. -LTIM.g, Ageat at Bntle City.
R.G. DAVIES,
ATTOBKIT-AT-LAW,ROOM 3, and 4 ABHBY BLOCK. HILINA, M.T.
a.t. ^ ^ i - *.
M'CONNELL,^: I T IK O T s
o. rati
PAULSENL a~L O S
F.S. LANG ^ CO.,
STOVES. RANGES, CROCKERY.
Glassware,
Refrigerators Water Coolers,
ICECHESTS,
LAWNMOWERS, GARDEN HOSE,
SPRINKLERS,
StoneJars, Wire Fencing,
IceCream Freezers
Woodenware, Brooms, Etc.
KOHLBERG^ CO.,
5N. MAIN ST., HELENA, M. T.
TWODOORS BELOW BROADWAY.
MONTANARELIEF
(SANITARIUMAND INFIRMARY.)
Half-wayBeteewn Foatofflce and Broadwater's Hot Springs, Hauaar Avenne.
Forthe Reception of Patients with diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose^and Throat: for the treatment of Chronic Ailments,
Andfor tha treatment of hemorrhoid piles and other Rectal Diseases. Stricture and allien^disorders. Disease* of tha B.adder and Kidneys, all affectlona surgical and medical of the Pelvic^Viscera and Diseases of tha Skin. All modern improvements. All private rooms. No wards
Hot.Cold. Medicinal and Electric Baths free to patients of Sanitarium. Take Motor at either^depot for Sanitarium. Tha alts Is pictureaque. healthy and and In.ltlns; Office corner of Main^street and 8lxth avenue, over Murphy's store, reached by horse car and motor.
Forfull particulars addressDR. M. G. PARSONS or
DR. HEBER ROBART8.
NB.^Temporary arrangements for patients are mads until May I 6th. whan tha Sanitarium^will be completao.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.,
Whoieealoand Botall Dossier* tr
HEADQUARTERSFOR
PRODUCEAND FRUITS
LEMONS.
ORANGES,
CALIFORNIACABBAGE AND NEW^MICHIGAN APPLES, BUTTER,
PINEAPPLESPOTATOES.
EGGS,
ttitndMtrKttf to Architectural Work
nansaad specifications drawn. Work super-^^ad.
UrTlCl-I'ltuhnrg Block. Helena. Mi
I\TK.t si.sslov I'KORAHILITIIX
Dlscussiouof the question of an extra^sioii of con(rrera*, to be called for an^early day in tKctober. has again been re^^newed. In a dispatch to the Chicago^Tribune the statement is made that the^president favors the holding of such a^session for the advantage it would be to^the party in preparing a policy on the^tariff iseue and in disposing of some of^the contested electiou cases so that the^republicans may have a majority greater
Cough: and Tough :' and Cough !! t
Whatin tbe world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when lieggs'^Cherry Cough ^^^mp will positively relieve^your cough at once'.' This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^kTuarantee it. Kor sale by all dragpisus-^K. ^^ liale A Co.. wholesale and retail^sgenu.
FITZGERALD,BURKE ^ CO.,^Masons, Builders
astd ,
Contractors.
Room4 I nlon Block, Helena. Montana.
ASHBURNK. BARBOUR,
Attorneyanil Connselor at Lai
MASONICTIxPi.1 HSL1NA, M. T.
W.LONG,
vri'ihikabtSDBQBOB.
mcs^Brack at Fisher's Stables, Lower stab^street Telephone No.llO.
MauldinAddition.
Umltailnumber of iots In this addition for sale.^Moat desiraMe residence property la the city.^For prices and terms, enquire of
J.S. FEATHERLY,
104Broadway,
ED.L. FLAHERTY,^UNDEETAKER
II Warean 8t. Teleohone ^ 10.
ARRIVINGDAILT BY KM'KKss
CHERRIESSTEAWBEHEIE8.
Other^California Fruits as Soon as in Market.
M.G. COHN ^ CO^Corner Edwards Street and Park Avenue.
No(ioods at Retail.
ASSAYOFFICE
ChemicalLaboratory.^A. W. HAND,
GalenBlock, Foot of Broadway, Helena,^Montana. P. O. Box 711.
Carpets-'WallPaper
Alllof the Latest.Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW* AT 112-114 B'DWAY
UTAHASSAY OFFICE
ChemicalJ. T.
Laboratoi*v
QOVH,
Dr.
Inhis new discovery for consumption, suc^^ceeded in producing ^ medicine which is^acknowledged by all to be simply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly plqpaant to the^taste, perfectly harmless, and does not i^sicken. In all cases of consumption, :^coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup, ;^bronchitis and pains In the chest it has^given universal satisfaction. Dr. Bosan-^ko's Cough and Lung Syrup la sold at SO^cents by K. a. Hale 4 Co. 1
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Lsad.
$1V
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Zinc.Tin ..
Iron
M.T.
i
.5 00^. ^ 00^. i 00^. 1 90
WEAK--'ice Frw 1 Hot to Aet 1
Vssaj\ ls^^ Tty-r t**d hnn^ nmo*m^ |*r-s,
iP*-^pC maV ^-^^- sv F . ^ -- a ^ ^x^-;.
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.
SANDCOULEE COAL
Doesnot slack when exposed to the air as most all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^thracite in character, 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.
E1STETT,
DBALBB IN
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacific Railroad depot, Helena
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
GIANTPOWDEK
f^s nere ^tellraaa Oentrastaea, anal endorses tar tns eublls In^^trongaat, Oaf salt anal Bast of all high aas'oalvas,
M.HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
OHNRRALAGENTS. HELENA MONTANA
Jas
HELENALUMBER CO
Rouehand
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
HARDWARE
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule 8n jes. Horse Malls,^ateel Kalis, MM Supplies, Blacksmith's (roods,^Hose. Bating. Tinner's Stock, Force and Lift Pumps,
QasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' looU
aleAgents far the Os lepra tea
'SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORN^^Cooking and Heating Stoves
Aad W. o FUhere Cincinnati Hotel and FtoiBify
WROUGHTIRON RANGES
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cbesta, Water Coolers,^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, Qlass^and Queensware, English and American Cut^^ry^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods ana
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Et
vsrvboflria ftarpacaraUr Is vised toscall aad lisped tha LArMKST aad I
rVIOLESALE AND RETAIL STOCK OF 600DS II Til
NORTHWEST.
Oiaars fr^e* the Oawatrv a^iteitew anal wa sales Pram at attantian sr** ^S'ssaeat
e^^^tlOTFULLV,
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
it*V. M. Owoeaaa.)
FinishingLumber
X ^WORK
Ordersby Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Corre*^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
G.O. YERGY,
scocaasoato
GEBAUER^ YERGY,
I.Ell.EErs
Lumber,Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors. Mouldings and Finishing^Material. All Kinds of Hardwood Lumber Constantly on Hand
Ufflresari Yard co-aer National and Lvndals in., foot of Kodn^7 all sat.^Orders Promptly Attended to. Country Orders Solicited.
TelephoneNo. S.
liELKNA.M. T.
J.R. SANFORD.
Calkins^^ Featherlv,
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 of Notions,
C.A. BLACKBURN
;i the most reliable dealer in the city. Thirteen^years in the business.
Office2( 0 Bridge St.Telephone 110.
HEATLAS,
TEICHERT 6l WICK, Prop'rs
ATT A C DI HP IV KNTRANfK^.\JA^'K.-oN STREKT^A 1J 1J 1^WV^ l\ , ilMKWWm MAH STRKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX L BAZAR
ONIDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL. HOTEL.
RUSSIANSON THE
ROBBED THEIR PARI!
Startling Revelations in^with the Burning^Church
SanKracciwo sp*^cial: Start^turns in connwtion with tbr^the Russian church here tfis* i^conittiK in from u.any QbbVsSj^ntftht B. M. trODschiritcti. a dis^church, who has tHt-n rrarlt-^.^l^assert that he beluved tie^work of a taction of fiends in til^who were ver^ anxious to deaJ^ords of their piferinK of the p\^riwiter of illesTitiuiate children^tain Russian and lireek famill^Krancisco, was aet upon t^y tive|^whom struck him with an iron '^deep cash in his cmn and ma:^his jaw. He had sufficient^mina left to tire a shot tioni ! i^^them while on the icround and^be assassins retreated.
Thetrouble in the church^n.anyytars. Ten years a^o t^diiiu\unsky had charge tif the .^priest came from Alaska to Mri^two months lat. r sent tor one ot^children (illegitimatei. a Kir^Kussian fell in love with and ui^and they had been oedded soni^he round out the secret of her^was a severe blow.for he belonge^cellent family. He immediate!)^interview with the bishop, win^to assist in s. curing a divorce^synod ol ^.^. I-, tersl'iire. ^^ a ^:^^cured in a court would not be^by the church.
Thepriest, father of t'ie newi^Kirl, tried to ffet the bishop to^matter up, and not send tin- pail^Petersburg, but he refused ami i^reled. One night Just as the |ia
deat several hours. That lie was^ated there can lie no doui^t. Imt^er or murderers were never pi|^and the report lo ^t IVierstmrt:^he fi-ll drill im the sidewalk wh^cated, a base falae:itx .1.
Since that time tlhurch
splitinto two or more tsu-to'ii- .^charged that thousands of it.. ..,iJ^from Alaska and procoids iron.
Itis alleged that to hide Ir .in r^their many climes the church w,^tire, and the end of the troubles la^stories are told of money taken^phaned children and poor wtd.^were left on the\erge ..[ ^ts.i\^i^the priests of this church were s'^in champagne and eating the !^^ ^^be procured.
AavertisedLetters
Lettersfor the following peison.^^uncaileal for at the Helena, M.T.. i|^on May SG. Jn calling tor them pi^^advertised.
OKNTl-KUES'sLIST.
Atx.rn.K. S.^Bailey, (i. 11.^Jtariu-tt, James^Rergeron, i,. R.^iieimers, Chas,^Bou 1 ware, K. C.^Brown, Joseph IL^Bruc e, James W.^Carty, Mock^Campbell, John^Chesley, Kdward J.^Clark. B. A.^Coan, 1^. J.^Crone a Mi^ i vin^Ilavey . W. \V.^Dale. Mward^llallas, O. M.^Dunne. t^. H.^Kmmel, John^Kvans. Henry A.^hell. Theo. H.^Kisner. Hermon A.^Kootnn. Henry^(iipson, Mr.^Hanson, R. M.^Hanson, A. I'.^Hastings, C. II.^Ha/leu. J. N. (2l^ilottmsn, ii. orge^Hught, T. i.^Jllbett. Kdward^Johnson, C M.^Kahili... Wail. r^Kesler, l-'red^Keller, J. V. iS)^Keisey. ('.^King. Fred M.^Lawrence. Kdward^l^arken. Mn..^r.yons, T. H.^Lyons, T. T.^Lynch, T.nu^^Sanson, .Nils^Macs.^^. Samuel^Marr, Chas.^Miller. Mr.^Morgan, J... i. C.^Murphy, Kugei...^Mutphv, William^Mt' '.irinick, J. J.^Mclt.ii.aid. .1.^McK^cheii. lames^McLennan. K. A.^Mc.Nutt. J K.^Nystrom. A ug.^Oliver. Tims. M.^i'allller. (Jsajsassj
Parks,W.
rsww,Kd
I'owell,L. Q
Ksymond,II
Reese,II. IL
K'ggs,Kre^l
Kichardson.
Riley.James
Koe.s. B.
ituasell,J. 1.
sandhach,W^Skiles, McArthur^smith. K. Webtrer
*~mirri.K. H.^Sperling, t.eo.^^ Prague, Wm.^Stearns, M. II.^-t.ilts. Andrew^Thorn, James A.^Thompson, Frank^Thomas, O K.^'I Imagna, Kdward^I Irick, A. 11. (S|^Ward. A ill- rl^W altou, J. K.^Walden, W. W.^Win. C.^Whitney. J. It.^Wilson. J. J-^Wright, t.eo
J.W.
R.
H.
I.AD1KS'LIST
Albert,Miss Albert Bannon
Amelia,Cam!^Kartle). .lohrl^1
Btxelow,A ll^Blake, Fred^Bovey. Kelis^Bradtield. (i.^Briggs, tii-o.^( alley, tins
I^ i.-tin. n i.l
Clarke.C. I'^CtMik, A. C.^t'roiii ti. KranJ
t'ustle,f. It.^I^avls, John^Han user, l^.^Oufticy, Jam
Krckson,K^Ferreli. Uessra^Ffc tetter, i;ici|^Foley, Jim^(i.-rry, W. B.^(rroasinsn, Kll^Hanson, t' {|^Hansen. Lore!^Hattensauer.^Herher, Chas^Hoggatt. I . \^llutehlriwm. .L^Jones. K. V
Kessler,.lacot^Kingsley, Jai^Kortum. K.^Lay ton, '1. .1.^Laffertv. W.^/.ton. ('. W.^'.mill. Nos^-k^Maholiey, Mik.^Mann. Usui^Martin. .1. W. '^Milner. Ira^Moriahsii. Mr.^Murphy, ( has.^Murphy. John^Mulve\, Johaa^Met ori.iiek. W.^McH.iti.tid, M.^M Kay, WilliatJ^Me N air, Altser^Nelson, .lis* I'.^O'Council. W.^Calmer, T '1.^Park, a. K.^I'att.trson. Jam^PtflsT, M. A.^I'nckett. J ihn^Kamsey, a V^Reynolds, II. Hi^Cice. Louis^Kichardson. S. I^Kick. y. ^^Kobt rtson. ii^liii|^ert, J. Y.^seadden, [ lion,^Sheldon. I^....kv^Smith, Cat^Smith, Jams A^Si^encer, W. II^SUfford. Win^Stateler, W. M.^stable, L'has.^I honi|^son. K .^Thibeau, John^Tonn. Jacob^I Tide. (;.^,.^\ av.ess, ^i. K.^Waik'ns, Willia^Warunngton, It^Wt li li, Joaepli^WM'., J.^Williams, T. M.^Wolter, Ariion
Broton.Miss Alia^Brown, Miss L. ft)^Craig, Miss Kmma^lloran, Mrs. Mage^trleason. Miss Nelli^^ ireen, Mrs. Sarah^Harris, Mi-* ( lark^(rordon. Miss Ida^Landers, Mrs. Jaa.^Martin, Mra. J. W.^.Nelson, Mrs. L. (S)
Mis
Brant,Mrs.^Connolly, Mrs.^fulkin. Miss Ku^Duignan, Mrs. t^^ ^^^ ham, Mrs. M.^Haines, Mrs. Ol^Holmgren, Miss^Jones. Mrs Ce^^Mack, Mm. Ilatt^Maynard, Mrs. (^O'Brien, Miss^v. i). CrRTi-. 1^.
CureKor I'lles.
Itchingpiles are known by moisture|^perspiration, pnsJucmg a very diss^able itching after getting warm,^form, as well as blind, bleeding and^truding piles, yield at once to the appi^tion of Dr. Bosanko'* 1'ile |{eme^ly,^acts directly tip^ui the parts art^-ct^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the i^itching and effecting a permanent^Fift* Besjta. Address \ ^ ^^ l^r liosal^Med I pany, 1'mua, o. sold i.l^S. Hale ^S CO;
D'-rangementsof ihe liver ejsswsj^titudeof ailments. In all cas. s wh^functious of the liver are interrui^disturbed, and the bile its constitu^cretion, ^ ^ I^disorder wiil follow. Dr. HfSSli j't h-l^lion Tonic will restore the liver to its]^ural duti.s and promote the secretJ^bile, thereby prevrntuig Jaunriice. I ^. - J^sia, tullousness and other ailiiientr. 1^hy IL S. Hale A- Co., wholesale and rj^^genu, Helena.
BozetnanChronicle: Helena proposs^give a celebration on the Fourth of JuJ^honor of the day and In commemoratiol^the mwtingof the delegates to the consj^tional convention. Tne plan is laudal^and we hope Helena will make the day]^long to be remembered. i
asure Core for Pile*.
tw.Kirk's (rerman I'ile Ointment I^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching 1-j^when all other ointments have failed.
absorbsthe tumors, allays the itching^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant^lief. Dr. Kiik's (jerman I'ile Ointmend^prepared only for plies and itching of^private parts, and nothing else. KvJ^box is warranted. Sold by drugg.st.-l^sent by mail on receipt of price, 60 cea^and 81 per box. sold by R S. Hale * (J^Helena
Forchapped bands, roughners ei j^skin, pimples, or blotches of any kind I^the face or other parts of tbe body, apj^Dutard's specific. It works like trial^and is warranted hy tbe druggist. Soldi^K. s. Hale A Co., wholesale retail ageij^Helena.
laConsumption incurable^^Bead the following: Mr. C. H. Mori^Newark, Ark., says. ^Was down with A^^cms of Lungs, uo friends aad physic^!
1me an incurable consumptl

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