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THEDAILY IXDEPENDEV1: HELEXA. FRIDAY MORXIXG. MAY 31, 18^f^.
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OFFICIALVAPKR OF LEWIS AMB^CLARKE ( Ut'XTY. *
rre IN3EPE MOEN T naa a larger aa II, circula^^tor than any rcwfMpar Between fat Paul and^^crt'ana and a larger circulation than any^^^^^^ twa dally aapen aubitahe. In Montana,^t nti no praaa roam aacrata; ita aubacrlptlon^eookt are open to napectlon, and It la elwava^ready to prove tnat it* circulation la aa rep*e-^aen,ed
tnte-eoat the ^oetofBce at Helena as aeeona-^^ all matter.
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hr.Croriby *p.ike 1^^ the litfltt of^fxpfrifucti v.hfii tit- -anl in the Frestiy-
It-riaMirft-UtTal a-mt-IIlbly, oil ill .^Hal rtofidtttUtiOtid.1 prohibition Would^r^-^iil Hi ti^^- ruin. '1 hut has tieeli iJeili-^oioiratrtl in Iowa, wlit-re a strict prohib^^itory law ha-i bi-fii ill foriv for neveral^(MM au^l wtirre the sale of liquor iu^-fvcral of thr counties is a^ largr lo-Jay^n.i u rw wa-. 'Hit* same is true of other^-late- wliicti have attr-ujjjte^l to li-Ki-.latf^away the u*e of iutuxicatiuu; liquor, riie^effect la not what has brt-u hoped by the^aciv^K-rtt^-^ of teiu|^f ranee i which, by the^vsay, is in many ca*s a uiisuooitr^wlifii aiinlietl to prohibition;, because it^not only fails to check the evil of drunk^t uiir--. I ut it breeds au irreverauce for^til.- lav, which is injurious to publtc^uiorain. If uit-n liud they can with iui-^uuuity t i -^k the law iu one particular^UMJ an more than apt to luiaicine thai^there i- no virtue iu keeping it in other^regard-. Jt may well lie questioned if^there was eithi r good logic or sound^ethics iu the words of W llliam O'lirieu
In-forethe i'aruell-Tittles CoOlttlission^when he said: ^The Irish have au earn^^est, healthy repulsiou for criminality.^As to illegality, meaning irreverauce^for the law as administered, illegality is^bred iu us.^ The fact that a people^have a coinlempt for the law as admin^^istered is almost sure to be supplemeut-
edby a contempt for all law and for ito^^ preventatives. So there is a double rea^^sou for not enacting statutes that are^impossible of enforcement. A child who^Uu^ls that a parent's commauds, often^inconsiderately made, can be disregard^^ed with impunity will soon pay very lit^^tle he.-.i to the wishes of that patent in^anything. The stale. lik^ a parent,^should be particular to command uo;h-^ing that it does not mean or has uot the^power to enforce.
called.It should treat all alike. And^especially if It U designed to regnlate^the beating of drums and the blowing^of horns on the streets ^ u Sandays it^would be an excellent plan to forbid^such playing except by permission of^the mayor. There is little to choose be^^tween the two rival bands that parade^the streets of Helena on Sundays, as well^as week-day eveniDgs, rending the air^with their frightful discords.
At OKhESPONDKXT of a city contempo^^rary, who is right in the main upon the^question he discusnea, says he objects to^the location of the city cemetery in^stoue quarry, -where every grave mu-t^be blasted out, much to the discomfort^of the silent dead.^ It is the height of^rrduement to consider the comfort of^^the silent dead.
TheChicago police are fairly revel^ling iu theories regarding the Crouin^murder. It is a poor detective who can^not find a theory, but at least a little^ability is required to find the perpetra^tors of such crimes as the one they are^now struggling to explain.
^^ M M I K^ I Willi) V n \ i ^ A.
Awitness before the senatorial com^^mittee on commerce witli i anaila, which^has recently been in session at Tacoma,^testiiinl that thi building of the Cana^^dian Pacific railway would never have^been justified as a business venture bad^it beeu supposed that it w ould rely solely^upon Canada for its tratlic; that it pre^sen Is the spectacle of a road built as a^military connection by the British gov^^ernment, subsidized by British mouey,^thriving on American business to the^detriment of our national commerce.^The fact was also brought out that if^the long and short haul clause of the^interstate commerce law is not revoked^or amended materially the American^transcontinental liues will tie iu large^measure at the mercy ^f the Canadian^I'acilic company. The necessity of put^ting roads on this side of the interna^tioiial boundary line in a position where^they may enter into competition with a^rival corporation on tlujother side needs^no argument. The interstate eomoir ce^law has proved so faulty in its operation^that its amendment is imperatively re^^quired. As it strtiids it gives a foreign^corporat'ou a great advantage over com^^mon carriers within the borders of this^country.
MBCat! i.itti.k wool.
Thegreat cry the republican papers^have t^eeu making about frauds iu the^star mail route contracts under the^Cle\elaud administration has come to^naught, the assistant attorney general^for the postothce department having re^^ported that though the contracts are ille^^gal and void the proposals upon which^the contracts were based, while irregular^in many respects have not beeu deemed^absolutely void. The july inference pos^^sible from this Buusbiau opiuiou ^as Is^an opinion^ is that the contractors are^amply able and sufficiently bound to^carry out the provisions of their con^^tracts, but that there were some imma^^terial omissious iu the form of letting the^awards. It is a far different case from^that which Involved such bright and^shiuiug lights in the republican party as^the two Stephens, liorsey and Klkins.^aud Assistant Postuiaster-iieneral Brady^iu au attempt to rob the government.^The recent allegations of fraud were^started with the desigu of blackening^the democratic administration, and^would never have been dismissed as they^have been had there been the slightest^possibility of scoring a point against^Cleveland's postmaster geuerals.
Ason of L. Q. C. Lamar, of the United^states supreme bench, is a drummer for^a wholesale boot and shoe house. As^the yoniig man does noijfollow his father's^example iu the matter of hirsute adorn^m-ht, his adoption of the life of a trade^missionary will readily be forgiven.
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NewYork Tribune: A good deal hat^appeared of late in the public^journals in relation to the schools^wt to-day. Many of the good points^^^: these institutions have been brought out^into o.ild relief, and so have many of the^: id one*. Such a discussion, if conducted^in a candid spirit, must be productive of^i MM results. It cannot take too great^n range nor concern itself with too great a^number of details. The progress of the^rare, not to speak of what is known a-i the^manifest destiny of our country, of course^i^ largely conditioned upon a school sys^^tem wbich meets the best expectations at^all points.
Whilethe subject was informally under^consideration tiie other evening, a gentle^^man was asked why he had withdrawn his^sou troiu a well known school^a school^which has a great reputation. ^1 did so,^^w at the reply, ^because I had come to the^conclusion that my boy's tuition was cosl-^iuk me considerably more than it was^worth. If be was a bright, forward boy,^probably 1 should not have had any reason^to complain. But he is a rather dull^b ^y^not stupid, you know, but dull.^He doesn't learn easily: isn't one of your^Macauley chaps. A great many things^which some of Ins fellow students^wm l. rstand at a glance were to him puz-^/ aa. But that circumstance did not seem^to be appreciated by bis teachers, or if it^was appreciated it wasn't acted upon, lie^received no more attention at their hands^than the most precocious member of his^class. If he made a poor recitation he re
- ived a low mark, but he did not receive^extra assistance. The conseijuei.ee was^tuat his mother or 1 was compelled to^supplement the school. We labored^with him over his arithmetic or his Latin,^or whatever it might be, taking care to find^out just what the points were which he^tailed to grasp, and patiently explaining^them to him. So it came to pass that 1 was^pay ing out a large sum ot mouey every^quarter to a school which did little more^man hear lessons that had been prepared^at home under our own supervision. The^orunt of the labor came upon us; the teach^er's task was comparatively a light one. 1^obj cted to an arrangement which 1 re^^garded as umair and withdrew my boy.
Thisis by no means an isolated case.^The same criticism is continually being^passed on some public aud private schools^the country over. They are conducted on^a principle which works well so far as the^ready pupils are concerned, but which ig^^nores children whose mental processes are^slow. They are not graded so as to afford^aa opportunity for the teacher to do his^neat by those who have most need of in^^struction. A distinguished lioston clergy^^man who has given much thought to the^school problem declared not long ago that^M iiii.-crvatmn bad convinced him that a^lame nurnOer of institutions of learning^might properly tie dehned as buildings in^wind! children were made to recite not
*hat they had been taught in the build^^ings, but hail been taught out of it.
1he tleiitleman whom we have quoted^a i- asked it bis boy had ever been invited^to remaiu alter a recitatieu or after school^af rs in i rder that a lesson in which he^. ii marked zero u.;ght be explained^; ^ lion. He replied that he had asked his^h i) that question, and had learned that no^^tack invitation had ever been extended.
IIe duty ol a teacher is to teach, not mere^^ly to listen to a lession that has been^taught. The school which fails to teach is^a failure.
drenchingor weakening the blockaded^bowels, a consequence always to be appre^^hended from the use of violent laxative*,^which are among the most pernicioas of^the cheap nostrums swallowed by the cred^^ulous and misinformed. The bat 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 remedy ing^and preventing kidney and bladder trou^^bles, and fever and ague, it is without a
AHandsome Book for Tourist*.^A copy of an illustrated book issued by^the Home. Watertown * ogdensburg rail^^road, entitled ^Route* and Kates for Sum^^mer Tour*,^ has been received. This bock^is undoubtedly the handsomest and most^complete work Of iu kind published. Be^^sides giving to summer tourists more In^^formation than any other book, it contains^expensive folding maps and numerous il^^lustrations and is a complete tourist's^guide. Exclusive of the maps it contains^J^ pages of general and readable informa^^tion. The book is for gratuitous distribu^^tion and will be mailed to any address on^receipt of ten cents postage on application^to Tneo Butterneld, general passenger^agent, Oswego, N. V.
ShortLine for the East.^Take the Montana Central and Manitoba^railways for St. Tsui, Minneapolis and the^east. This is the short line, heave Hel^^ena at 11:35 a. m., arrive at St. Paul at V JO^a. m. Only forty-five hours for the trip,^t'at-sengers going east can connect with^morning train from Chicago, taereby giv^^ing a daylight run through Illinois, Michi^^gan, Indiana and Ohio to their destination^and ^ daylight arrival at many points in^New York state.
Ho,for St. Paul Races.
TheNorthern Tacihc railroad will make^a rate of v.;, from Helena to St. Paul and^return on account of the Twin City Jockey^Club running meeting, to be held at St.^Paul in July.
Ticketsto be sold on July 21st, good to^return until August 2d. Oo and see the^great Derby winner, Spokane.
Chas.Pick, G. P.4T.A.
A.O. Edoak, Ireneral Agent.
National Educational Association^Meeting.
Korthe above meeting to be held in^Nashville, Term., from July 8 to 20 inclu^^sive, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of S4H.40 from Helena to Nash^^ville and return.
Korfurther information call at the^Northern Pacific city ticket office.
A.I^. EDO AH,^General Agent.
W'henHah7 waa sick, we gave her Caatorta,^When aim waa a Chil l, the cried for Caatorta,^W hen ahe Ixs-ame Miaa. she clung to Caatorta,^When aha had Children, aha gave tbem Caatorta,
Combinesthe juice of the Blue Figs of^California, so laxative and nutritions,^with the mediiinal virtues of plan:*^known to be most beneficial to the^human svstem. forming the ONLY PER^^FECT REMEDY to att gently yet^promptly on the
KIDNEYS,LIYER AND BOWELS
Naturallyfollow. Every one is using it^and all are delighted with it. Ask vour^druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu^^factured only by the
CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO,
SanFkanci^co, C*.i_.^Lori'vn l^, K v.v Vo^, N. V
3North Main St.. Helena, M. T.
Tolaweak la oar
Wef hall display an Slegaot Line of
TKIMMKDand UNTK1MMSD HATS and BOM^^a^T8
FLOWERS,the ereat erase for this season, wa^are ehowlag In meat profusion
Wacall atteiition to oar beautiful collection of^MM.M EK DK'SSBS tor Lad lea, atlaeee and
inoar INFANTS' DEPARTMENT we dlapiar an^extenelve and elegant Una of lOXU and^SHOKT CLOAKS. RoBEM, SLIPS, SKlKTk^In flannel aftd Kaalln, etc., at moat reaeona-
Agentfor Butterick's^Hall's Bazar Forms.
SPECIAL)NOTICES,^^yrup of Figa Olaanaea the Sratam.^Syrup of Flge la Pleasant and Effective.
leeSvruD of ^Igi tor Oonstloatlo
Itchingpiles are known uy moisture like^,^ ^-.-juration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^orui, as well as blind, bleeding and pro-^iruding piles, yield at once to the applica-^ttaa of Dr. liosanko's Pile Remedy, which^aeai directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^.tching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko^Medicine company, Piqna, O. bold by K.^i. Hale ot Co.
Slightderangements of the stomach and^tinwels may often be corrected by taking^only one of Ayer's Pills. Through not^having the Pills at hand your disorder in^^crease.^, and a regular fit of sickness fol^^lows. ^For the want of a nail the shoe^was lost,'* etc.
1*th;it impurity of the Wood w hlch ]^ri^duces^unsightly luiuj'S or ^.welling'* In the berki^rli causes running sores ou the amis,^_s ^t IVt-t; which develops ulcers In the^^ j ^ t ar-*, or none, often causing blindness or^th fmami WIM W the origin of plrni^s, can-^crrous growths, or ^'humors;*' whionTfasten-^iiig upon the lung*, causes eon*tr ^ and^ilt-ath. It is the most ancient ^ f -^and very few !^*^ rsons are entirely i.
Bytakm^ TTund's SarsaparUla, which, by^the retn.irk.iMe cures it has accomj'Ushed,^has proven Itaelf to be) a potent ami peculiar^iiMfilrhie for this disease). If you stiller from^^^r..fiila, try etoaft Sarsaparilla.
^Everysprtni my wife and children have^been tri.til.lcU with scrofula, my little boy,^three yr.rs old, ticlng a terrlhlo sufferer.^I.:i-t spring lie was ono mass of sores from^head to feet. We all took Hood's Sarsaparilla.^and all have l^cen cured of the scrofula. My^htile boy Is entirely free from sores, and al'^fiuir of my children look hriplit and healthy.^^W. R. Atiikkton, Passaic C.ty, N.J.
8*M by ^11 ^trugL*i^t^. f 1; nix f^^rf ^.. 1'r. p;tr^*^! ^.n!y^by ^ . I. HOOD ^* CO., Ap^thi'i-ant-*. Lowell, Maaa
IOODoses One Dollar
'R W. JAMES,^ASSATIST
Havingrepaired and enlarged my Laboratory,^am now pi^pkred to give aix aiiinfl op ASHAYs^and CHEMICAL wOKK at short notice. Order*^from the country by mall or expreea receive^prompt attention. t^ample* kept Mi month*, and^a 1 work guaranteed
Will*xamin**, report oa and negotiate the aale^of mines.
(irandand JarksoQ street* rear First National^B^nk, Helena. M. T,
No.SB Sooth Davta Street.
PO Box T^, Helena, M. T.
Publicbuildings, churches and dwelling houses^decorated In the latest style.
Willfurnish designs Decorated Hon. W. A.^Clark's and M. J. Talbot's residences, Butte.
Scratchwork and Embossed Ornamentation,^a tented, a specialty.
B.9. S^N * CO.,
PhysicianSurgeon,Aceoacher. Oculist^and Auriat.
Hemher of San Francisco Medical Society, ^^Nevada State Medical Society.
Ofllc* 1'archen'e 'rue store, corner a^vov. Mala^u^d Broadway. Entrance on Broadway and Jack^^on. Helena, Montana. I oasultauonf In German
Spokane,the Flyer.^The Montana Central railway company^have made arrangements to give the peo^^ple of Montana an opportunity of seeinu^th^ phenomenal race horse, Spokane, Mon^^tana's pride, at the races which will take^place at St. l'aul in July next. A rate of^^^'..^^ t.-r t:.e round trip from Helena to St.^l'aul and return will be made. Fur fur^^ther particulars apply at the citv ticket^ttiee. Mantana Central railway company^No. 34 Granite block.^Jxo. J. Fallon, P. P. Shelby,^City Ticket Agent. tieneral Manager.
Thf.St. Louis (i 1' 'Ik- I 'emocrat has been^emboldened to remark that ^it is not at^* all certain that the Montana democrats^will carry the election for member of^congress^' Well, as l^ean Swift re-^tnar kerf.^Nothing is certain in this world^but death anil taxes.^ but next to those^two incidents it is safe to reckon a demo^^cratic majority in Montana on Oct. 1 of^this year of grace. The hope which the^^ i.-D. extracts from the hypothesis that^^three out of four of the immigrants^which Montana will t-ecure will come^from republican localities^ is decidedly^strained, unless it be conceded that^localities where republicans predominate^are such as m^n wish to leave for appa^^rent causes.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will make^a Sunday excursion rate of one fare for the^round trip from Helena to EUiston and^A win and return. Tickets will be sold^for train No. 1 Saturday night or train No.^T Sunday morning, good to return either^Sunday night or Monday morning.
Theabove are the best trout fishing^places In Montana.
A.1^. EnoAR,^General Agent,
Add'ngto a long series of continued^success, the I nion 1'acitic asain **kes the^lead in rurnirg superb dining cars on the^solid I nion Pacific and Northwestern^train from llenver to Chicago. Meals, 75^cents.
InSums to Suit on From Six^Ifoatbfl to Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate
W.H. Cun ^ Son, Gen. Agfa
Boardof Trade Room, Plttabur* Block, Ueleno.^CHAS S. BLTiyt.B, Agent at Bntte City.
R.G. DA VIES,
ATTOBNET-AT-LAW,ROOM 3. and 4 ASHBY BLOCK, HBLBN'A, M.T.
Theclamor for otlice has been so great^since the inauguration of President^Harrison that it may well be true, as^Bishop Potter says, the president has^^not one hour for statesmanship.^ So^pertinacious aud shameless is the pur^^suit of office, in fact, that the Philadel^^phia Press, a thick-and-thin republican^organ, is moved to say: ^Three months^have gone by since the administration^began, and we have heard uothing bnt^the contention for place.^ Theevilmust^be very apparent when it calls for re^^mark from such a source.
K.iitorof the lNDEri.vDurr: Please an^^nounce in the columns of your valuabV pa^^per that we are sole agents for St. Pat^^rick's Pills, the most perfect cathartic and^vi r pills in the market. They not only^physic, but cleanse the whole system; pu^^rify the blood and regulate the liver and^bowels; they are vigorous but gentle in^their action and can always be depended^upon. For aale by ii. M. Parchen a Co.
Cough! and Cough !! and Coach !! 1
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trttng inferior medicines when iieggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it- For sale by all druggists.^K. 8 liale a Co., wholesale and retail^^gents.
Dr.BoHva-ta^in his new discovery for consumption, suc^^ceeded in producing a medicine which Is
acknowledgedby all to be simply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly pleasant to the^taste, perfectly harmless, and does not^sicken. In all cases of consumption,^roughs, colds, whooping cough, croup,^bronchitis and pains in the chest it has^givea universal satisfaction. Dr. Boaan-^ko's Cough and Lung Syrup is sold at SO^cents by K. S. Hale ^ Co.
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tmndStrtctfr to trchifctural Work^Plane aad speclacatkma drawn Work in per^OeTICm^ Plttatmrg Block. Helena. Moatana.
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^i and worse complaints. Hostetters Stom-^I^ the city council takes any action at | Bitters U the precise remedy to remove^all upon the subject of street music, bo j the obstruction effectually, bat without
FITZGERALD,BURKE ^ CO.,^Masons, Builders
Room4 l nion Block, Helena Montana
ASHBURN K. BARBOUR,
Attorneyand Counselor at Lai
MASONICTBX! ..K helena, a. t.
.rrtCI Breck A Planer'^ Btablea, Lower Mils^Street. Telepnoas No. 1^.
Limitednimb-r of lots in this addition for aale.^Most desirable residence property la the city.^For prices aad terms, en , .ire of
104Broadway,^ED. L. FLAHERTY,
II Warren 8t. TaleohoneJiO
ChemicalLaboratorv.^J. T. QOVB,^aiuNA.*- t.
Goldaad S^Stiver gold^Laws...
Korthe protection and promotion of trade
EstablishedIn 1841^116 Offices.
Tnitbd8tatks, Canada and Kubopk.^Manager of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA.
Officecorner Ath avenue* and Main Street.
(Bncceaeorto John*en A King.)
Haea-Hfurnished for WoddlngB,^Funerals, Balls, Etc, at Reason^^able Bates.
B-.uaaaotrattfi rred to arid from^all trains to all parts of tbe olty.^OHAS. P. 8TTJABT Prop.^Office^Orand Central Hotel. Telephone^206.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
elW* t 11 q|
HSLINA M t
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Wlmdow Awnings^and the latest improved fixtures for hanging.
'.'anvasof all klnda and widths from 30 tnchi^wide to 120 Indies wide always In stock.
Thelatest Improved Camp Uooda.^MAIN STRUT. .... UK LB MA
LargestStock and Lowest Prices
ARENOW TO BE FOUND AT THE
BabyCarries aad Wapas
:Ladies' Underwear ^ Hose BEEHIVE Pictures and Frames
theTarda, Montana Central
Materialhas been tarnished for Court House,^First and Montana National Banks
J.K. K A IN A cents
PLUSHCASES AND ALBUMS
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Fineststock of goods In^Bodies preeerved any length of time.^J. B BENNETT. Manager
Openday and night.^Montana.
Isnow prepared to snpply the purest Ice now Is^the market.^Telephone 882.
icave orders at Lindsay A Co 'a. KdwardaSt.
5N. MAIN ST., HELENA, M. T.
F.S. LANG ^ CO.,
STOVES, RANGES, CROCKERY,^Glassware,
LAWNMOWERS, GARDEN HOSE,
StoneJars, Wire Fencing,
TWODOORS BELOW BROADWAY.
Hair^ ay Betewwn Poetofllce and Broadvater'i Hot Aprlngrs, Banwr Avenue.
Forthe Reception of Patients with diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose^and Throat; for the treatment of Chronic Ailments,
Andfor the treatment of hemorrhoid |plies) and other Rectal Dlaaasea; Stricture and alii^dleordera- Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, all afTectlona surgical and medical of the Pelvic^Vlecera and Dliaaaaa of the 8km All modern Improvamenta. All private rooma. No warda.
Hot,Cold. Medicinal and Electric Baths free to patients of Sanitarium Take Motor at either^depot for (Sanitarium The alta la picturesque, healthy and and inviting Office corner of Main^street and Sixth avenue, over Murphy's store, reached by horse car and motor.
Forfull particulars addreaaDR. M. O PARSONS, or
OR. HEBER ROBART8
N.B. ^ Temporary arrangement! for patlenta are made until May I 5th, whan the Sanitarium^will be completed.
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 fill the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
,ORANGES,^CALIFORNIA CABBAGE AND
HIDES,FUR and WOOL,
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacific Railroad depot, Helena
ARRIVINGDAILY BY KXPRKSS
CHEERIES -A.2ST1J STRAWBERRIES.
OtherCalifornia Fruits as Socn as in Market.
M.G. COHN ^ CO
CornerEdwards Street and Park Avenue.
NoGoods at Retail.
ChemicalLaboratory.^A. W. HAND.
GalenBlock, Foot of Broadway, Helena,^Montana. P. O. Box 711.
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 BDWAY
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
Awawwl^ an.aw or atlnwra. .ailroao Oentraatora and arxtorssw ay i ha suwlla I. .anaral aw ^'^^trongwat, aa'asi an. Bad of all hlwh aaploatvaw.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO..
QFN-FRAL.AOptnts. helena MOMTaVNA.
Cn to V M COOTIDS :
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTiN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. 1 ,
Wholesaleand Rotal! Dealers in
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule Slues. Horse MaJb,^Steel Nails. Mill Supplies, Blacksmith s (tooto,^Hose. Belting, Tinner's Stock, Force and Lift Pun p^, .
Os Pipe and Fittings, Carpenters' lot- -
a^aa wants far ins Oataarmta.
SUPERIOR and Famous ACORN^^Cooking and Heating Stoves,
AVBdW O. Fisher e Olnolana^tl Hotei and 1*1 aii-jr
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Coolers,^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, Glass^and Queensware, English and American Cutlery^Frenob and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods anc
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc
wvsTTDoayta rawpwrtfoii; In mad toscall aad Isapact tba UH8MT aaC aaoaS ooa
WIOLESALi AND KfcTAIL STOCK OF ^00DS
0 a*r* rrwas taw OwuMrv awwM ana .aaaivs Pr.aswt atlsntian .iw) IiIishi
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CTJRim
Ordersby Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Corres^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
Lumber,Laths, Shingles. Sash, Doors, Mouldings and Finishing^Material. All Kinds of Hardwood Lumber Constantly on Hand
Ofllosand Yard corner National and Lyndale av... foot of Rodnnj^Ordera Promptly Attended to. Country Orders Solicited.
-PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.
Isthe most reliable dealer in the city.
yearsin the business.
Office300 Bridge St.
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TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP.
NEXTDOOR TO P0ST0FFICE.
Stationery.^Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^VffiAKlil^^iiiL,fietpL Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic-
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tureFrames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ot Notions,
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
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