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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING, MAT 31, 1889.
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ling'sand Finishing^nstantly on Hand
INJACKSON STRKKT;^^ a MAIN STRKKT.
TAKENAWAY BY AN OLD LOVER
Experience of An Idaho Man Who^Went to Missouri to Wed His
Carthier.Mo., special, May M The^priBfipal topic of conversation on the^strt-ets in this city to-day is lhn sensntional
eiop-ui' iit^if elopement it can be- called^^of a young lady immediately after h^r^mamaa^- with her former lover. YesKlay^afternoon about 5' o'clock J. !^^. Pntchett. a^young man from Idaho, and Mis* Haniinie^Imel. a young la^ly residing in^the country near this city, called at^tfoc office of the coun'y recorder for a^marriage lir-nnsn, aft. r which they went to^the othee of the probate judge, by a|M^they were marri.il A few minuter after^they lett the recorder's i.itice a young farm^^er name^l I. imer enteral in a very excited^marmer ami a-k-.l fat tri.tu. and after com^manding the rsstSwal not to record the mar^riage license just :-^ .ed. rushed out. The^np*.i ti.arr^ '-^- hail ifu-- to a dry
goodsstore arnt IBM I. tSs wife was left w hile^her husband srepj^e.j out a f~w moments to^attend *o^ i... ii',^itiess. iiiiiiuii f.i -afisence^I'lmer made his appearance at;^l informing^the young wife that her mother was wait^^ing outside, seized her arm and hurried her^out onto tli ^ -treeL TIBS couple went sev^^eral Hock*, trie Jady stopping now and^then to enter a protest, but she was si^^lenced in a tone of authority by her com^^panion and led hurriedly along. They^finally entered a grocery, and after some^earnest conversation they entered I.* liner's^buggv flBsnMBwM near and drove away.
Inthe meantime the husband returned to^the dry goods store and finding his wife^gone started in search of her. Supposing^that siie had returned to her home in com^^pany with I'lmer, he started tt,cre shortly^after dark, vowing vengeance on the man^who had stolen his wife. He returned to^the city this morning, being unsuccess^^ful in finding the runaway couple.^What course he will next pursue he doe*^not seem to know. Me ami his stolen^bride are cmi'ins. They were engaged to^l^e married befan he went to Mass*, saw^during Inn alis^-ti'-e sfii- ;^ came **ngak'ed to^I liner, and tl.ey were to bave kvaaj mar^ried next Thursday. Iteceiving an invita^^tion to the wedding, the Idaho lover sud^^denly put in an appearance, and a wedding^with a s^ nat onai denouemt M w as the re^^sult. The parties are all well known and^reputable people.
IJegautaking Dr. King's New Diacovery^for Consumption, am now on my third bot^^tle, and able to overate the work on my^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.
.leaseMiddiewart. l^ecatur, Ohio, saya:^^Had it not been for I^r. King's New Dia^^covery for Consumption I would have died^of lung troubles. Was given up by doc^^tors. Am now in best ofhewlth.' Try It^.-Sample bottles Ire* at K. Hale ^Jt Co-'s^drugstore.
Headachesand fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet gently, when costive or^bilious, or when the blood la impure or^sluggish, to permanently cure habitual^cori'tipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without irri^^tating or weakening them. use ,-yrup of^Figs.
The^ lewr-Ueadesluese or Youth.
Whuethe merits of the various blood^pari tiers are being shown up to .the best^advantage possible by their several manu^^facturers, we would suggest Jo persons
f eling the need of such a mraicine, that^tf ey try a dose of fit. Patrick's I'llls, and^assure them that they win not only be sur^^prised, but delighted with the result.^Those who wish to feel the animation.^D'toy ancy and clear headedness of youth^should take M. Patrick's PUls. For sale^by H. M. Parchen A Co.
IUlsm,Oct. 7. 1HK7.
1was suffering from an unusually bad^. my lungs were wire and congested,^d I consulted one of the best physicians^in Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. 1 became alarmed, and at the^Miggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^A.-k.-r's English Keruedy for coughs, and^alter taking it according to directions was^completely cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend it.Jacob S^ itzkh.
1had a racking cough and inrtamed^throat and bought a bottle of \cker'^ Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely cured by it. I^consider .t a never failing remedy for a^Cough.J. KiLiimKG.
A- -r'^ ^nglish preparations are for sale^In Helena only bv R. ^. Hale A Co.
intoxicatitig.Acts BB^charm in all cases of IMar^rhcea and Dysentery and a:^stomach and bowel' trouble^^Grateful alike to women, rh;i^dren and convalescents. Gi^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by^Mihalov-ttch. FurrcHia A Co.^Cincinnati, O. For sale by^J. SWITZEK, sole agent, Helena, Montana sad^ail wholesale and retail Druggists, Uqaor Dealer*^and Wtne Merchants everywhere
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.^ORGANIZED IN 1866.
TICELASTIC TR to;
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ChicagoTimes. An old lady from the^country is v isiting friends in the city who^live on the south side, .-sunday being a tine^day the old lady too* a ride on a West^Madison street car and teturned from the^trip fully impressed with the idea that she^had met a man possessed of a most re^markable memory.
Wewent along the'rack nuite a ways, ^^she said, ^when the car stopped and the^conductor put his head in at the back door^and called out, 'Curtis!' He said it rather^sharp like. 1 thought, and a half drunken^man, who was asleep in one corner of the^car. got up and staggered out.
Atthe next stop he shouted /May,' and^the most sty lish miss I ever saw'got up and^walked out as unconcernedly as if her fa^tin r hail called her. Pretty soon we stopped^again and the couductor yelled ^Ann. A^young woman with a baby in her arms^smiled at the conductor and got out. 1 was^just clean beat, but didn't say anything. It^wasn't long till he opened the door again^and said 'Elizabeth' in a voice loud enough^to be heard all through the car. A silvery^haired lady, old enough to be hi* grand^^mother, got up and left the car. not seem^^ing to notice that he called her by her first^name. 1 did. though, and if he had taken^any familiarities with me I'd have given^him a piece of my mind. It's a wonder he^didn't holler 'lletsy' at h.-r.
Atthe next station he told 'Ada' it was^time tor her to get off. Ada was a little tot^of a girl about 5 y ears old, and he picked^her up in his arms and carried her out. A^little further on he jerked the disir wide^^pen and yelled: 'Eoomis and Sheldon!^and two men. who w^ re talking earnestly^in on,- end ot the car. got up and left. Then^in a short time he called for 'Paulina.' and^an old maid lowered her eyes and b.'ush-^ing'y left us. And that's the way he rat^^tled off names all the way out and back,^it's not at all unusual lor folks to be well^acquainted in country tow ns, but goodness^mi. w hat a memory a man must have^know tin- name of everybody in a city^soD.nOO people.
asiure Cure for File..^Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment has
.n d liliml. Bleeding and Itching Pile*^a hen ail other ointments have failed. It
.sorb* the tumors, allays the itching at
acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment is^prepared only tor piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^^^x is warranted. .^Sold by druggists or^sent by ^tail on receipt of price, 50 cents^and ^1 per box. .'Sold by R. ^. Hale A Co.,^Helena
Manyv .mng ladies are ruining their com^^plexion i.y the continued use of cosmetics^and so called face washes. The greater^numlxT of these preparations contain min^^eral poisons, that In time, shrivel up the^skin and give the appearance of dissipation^and old age. Dutard's Specific is not a^paint, but a great beautiher, in as much^as it removes all blemishes from the^skin, instead of covering them. It cures^chapped hands with one application. Sold^by It. S. Hale dr. Co., wholesale and retail^agents, Helena
1POSITIVE for l0et or fail rue KAi-rHoci. i
MrVwl lift. G^rr.*r^i Mi HEBYOCS DEBILITY,^flTTTJT' w.lkriMs of B-cymd Einr. tf:^V/ U A^sU o* Error. orEn *^*^*^.* in Old or Young.
f.Hwat.*. Ma^ ^] ^ ^. Hf N ^^ full- lt-*ie^re-*l. Harat i. Filar** a.4^rMrrw^ th n w|t..l MiiMUin lit: i^^^a I iKTs ' |M^1^T.^.I*. I leir y^f^ 'i*^ Hi'VI ll.i tlifM-tt-r t^i. Isj ^. 4mj.^U+m Is-atlfy fr-a. 4T *til-s T^rrf1 ^*^*-^. aad rarrlnfantrW^Iwsj r^j. writ* Uses.. H.*^k. fuH riplaaattas,, ftad bi^^r. saftitr
D.lPIERCE s New Gal^CHAI1T BELT wUSk^nc SutptfUftory. roar^^d th^ KiOMt power'a]
Deignste^d Depository^United Slates
Pftld-TJpOapital^Surplns and Profits
6r.oB. Hill. .
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..Aas't Cashier^Secxmd Ass't C^flUet
S.T. Hauaer,Jobn C. Curtis.,
A.M. HolW,R. S. Hamilton,
Sranvlll*Stuart, C. P. Higgins.^K. W. Knljrht, A. J. Dftvfa,^T. H. Kleltischinldt. Henry U. Parrhen,^T. C. Power.
General BANKING Basins
ftjaSMBaSSi ay Inter-s-t paid oa Mm* ilepnetts
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AnExpression ttf I^ella*tit.
Abouta week ago,^ says a Los An^^geles, Cal., druggist, ^a Chinaman came in^with a lame shoulder. 1 sold him a bottle^ot 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 arms over his head^like an Indian club swinger. 1 thought^the blamed fool had a tit, but he finally^stopped long enough to say: ^Medicine^tell] fine, velly fine; alle same make me^feel plenty good.^ Chamberlain's Pain^liaini is without an equal for sprains, rheu^^matism, aches, pains or lame back. Kor^sale by H. M Parchen ^ Co.
Doyou ever have pains in the back and^loins'.' If you do, attend to them now,^don't wait, delays are dangerous. Nip the^disease in the bud and save y our health and^doctor's bill. A few doses will prevent^Hright's Disease and Insure y^w health,^comfort and happiness. S dd ftj It.8 Hale^a to. whuiesaie and retail agents, licit oa.
Thebest salve in the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly circs piles, or no pay required. It Is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.^Fur sale by K. 8^ Hale A Co.
It'sonly a question of time,^ and a^short time, too. as to wben your rheuma^^tism will yield to Hood** .sarsaparilla.
Giltedge dressing never injures the^finest shoe. Acme polish beats the world^for brilliancy, one shine wears a week,^^sold at Kr^ d Gamer's.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria
Who :^ 11. II. Warner. (4 Roch*at*r,
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W.irer's MftiwCufw, ln\e aiiaineil^ftw cews and celehri'y at hoots
. ;tio;i is inspired a* mti-'h by
^'i .na- Liir-oarty. ^ htrw UssawjsJl his^i.strm*islality i1.10 ^i^ ,^f thousands.
iii Mi liemis; 'ooe-. kave l^eeii restored^to Ism th arid b ipp ftfsw.
1m II H. W rner. then. i^ a leading^an I 1km! n iijileHi ^^f RsjcswMasa*, n^ t
r,1 .ut a tesoniiaeftt and influential^ritii n o! Use I n t .1 Statftl. On eever.il^rwi swiims 1 Imwrn by l:ii party a* a Na^^tion,1 ieWsot e I ^ awsniskftw* a IVeaawftwl
,i tl e ItepaHi ^. he kft* ^eeii a nieiuber^oi tli I ,^;^ an State t'omtnittee and^ol i - l!xi-, ntive ^ ^^ lira nee. He in a^1 e saber si the A titer ten ^ Institagsaal ior^t e tdvftne ment ^ ^:' rcisSKS P-e i lenl^01 Use ltu^ hea er Ctuusihsjrat 1 'etmssftMat j
iias*tsathl and usmight basiasKta ina-i.^Ile has gieaa sw iy tartwsws n ^ hasHiia.^'I lie Ktebsftted and ni-t y U^.truer^Otiftt 11 aftuSy of Itoi :,c^-cr was ,0 ipvsI.^endowexl. an,I i* BawiswftSSied t,y him.^His aawayifcsn |^n/.es bv thsj wifteoeftry^^f cftwastsIsas ^^^^ii at ^^ ^^ the ^ ^ . t^ani ,l^Ur.o1t ,.i Utr ^ eo' Er was hi.
Tlteye.Iow fevers, ^iir.i in the s- nrth,^the OUft 11, ^is. t e I e di-a-ter- ^^;^Ratcisawh rand other . it;rs awakene,! his^prolcmiidest sy nij atliies and in each 11-^Manre his , li,-ck lot from $.H^0 to 9*^i0tXI^swelled the several rehei funds. Where^other wealthy men irive tene and lnin-^dre'is. he gives hundreds an i tliausan 's
Hischarities are as readv and magnifi^^cent a* his enteri^risee and puMic spirit^are boundless.
Theworld h is nee^l of more such men.
Aninci-l' iit led him into the manufact^^ure of medi ine Seized some twelve^vears ag'i with what the.tb'est physicians'^termed fatal kidnev disease, he was^miraculously restoreil to health by what^is now known as Warner's Sal's Cure.^At once he resolved to make known the^merits,,i so potent a remedy, and the^consequence is that to-day he has im^^mense lal^oratories and warehouses in^the Cnited .Mates. Cantda. Kngland,^Germany. Austria. Australia and Bnr-^mah. Sa!es of his Safe Reme^lie^ are^enorm 'ti~. and their power over disease^simply marvelous.
Themerit of a prxsluction is in exact^keeping w.th the character of its pro^^ducer. An honest and reliable man him^^self. Mr. Warner makes h mi est and^reliable medicines^ a fact abundantly at^^tested !^^ t! e 1 phenomenal efli, at y and^popular.lv
Atasrante^il i ure for all n*-r ous^disease, surrt as WEAK .KM
UKT,UMSOI HKAIN rown^Hysteria, Hev!ar^^. PAIN IN^rllK BAl K, NBKVOi s PKO -^TRMION, W AKEKI I.NEss,
BeforrTaklnfr L'N 1 V ^ H s) A U
NBSf,BaapaSScO anil issreral^lose of p,,wer of the Ivenerallt*^Organs. In either sex, c . --^1 hv^BaawMSSWS. or over-ezertlon. snil^e-hlrh ul'tnistely lead to I'K ^^Bf ATI' KE OLD \^K, I^si*vi-^r\' u.d CU-M MPTION Jl a^Ssa or six boxes fur *V beta Bft^tn%il on r^t of price. Fail^pamphlet, sor.t free t , every applicant
WE^.l HUM I t six BOXES^to cure any case for every ord- r reeetoed, we^^^ id six boxee. with a written gnaraM^e to re^fund the money If oar specific doee not effect a^care
Addressall rommanlrarlons to the s0ie Masu^factaren, THK ML kkav MEDICINE CO.,^Kaieae V'ity. Wo^For sale In Helena *y U. M. I'oum^ ft to
Inthe district ronrt of the first Indicia! district^ot the terrltorr ,^f Montana, In and for the connty
AffprTaking,^pvrtlf Itas in
K.I'orter. H. B.^D. v'anipheli. de-
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria
.savates expect to imbibe bravery by^drinkim; the blood of their brave enemies.^A more enlightened method of vitalizing^the blood is by taking Ay er's Sarsaparilla^It bra^-es up the nerves and gives strength^and fort:tude toendure the ills of life.
Curefor si, k tle^^U^he.
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, lor a free sample of Dr. dunn'r^Usftt i'ios onsy one for a dose; full box^25 cents.
lerangeruent* of the liver cover a mul^^titude of ailmenta In all cases where the^functions of the liver are interrupted or^disturbed, and the bile its constituent se^^cretion, leit circulating in the blood, some^disorder will follow. Dr. lienley's Dande^^lion Tonic will restore the liver to its nat^^ural duties and promote the secretiou of^bile, thereby preventing Jaundice, Dyspep^^sia, biliousness and ^^'her ailments. Sold^by K. B^ Hale A Co.. ^ asftwaww and retail^agents, Helena.
Korchapped hands, roughners sf the^skin, pimples, or blotches of any kind on^the face or other parts of the body, apply^Dutard's Specific. It works like magic^and is warranted by the druggist- Sold by^K. a Hale 4 Co.. wholesale retail agents,
IsConsumption incurable^^K-a.1 the following: Mr. C. H. Morrfs.^Newark, Ark., says. ^Was down with Ab^^scess of Langs, ana friends and physicians^pronounced me an incurable coi
ofLewis snd Clarke.
T.J. Roberts, plnlntlff, vs. a.^Porter, John Mci.llvray and W^fendaate.
Thepeoile rf the territory of Hon tar.^^.-reeting to the above named defendants!
Vonare hereby reoidrrd to appear in an action^brought against yon ny the eeov* named plaintiff^In the district court ot the first jidlrlni :1stnet of^the territory of Montana. In ant. for the coanty of^L# wis and clarke, and to answer the complaint^ni^d therein, within ten days (eirlaMve of the day^of nerviest after the service on you of this sum^m,ins. If served within this countv; ^^r. If served^ont ot this county, hut in this district, within^Twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or^jadgavent hy default will be taken again't you ^c-^roratnglo the prayer of said complaint. The^sa [a tlon is oronffht to secure judgment agalrst^s^l^: : r^ndanta for the sum of five hundred dot*^lars. wi'h Interest thsrsoa frost lae SDth day of^Ma^. BBaft, st the rate of ten per cent, per onnnm.^for work and labor, mat rials finished ana^m ^n*^v laid sat and expended by plaintiff for de^^fendants, at the special instance and request of^defendants, aad for , ost of suit.
sndyoa are hereby notified, that If you fall to^a; pear sr. . answer the aaid complaint, as above^required the amid rdalntlff will take jailgment for^th* sum dem-nded In the complaint, to wit: tLe^sum of five hundred dollars. Interest rnd costs.
^iien under mv sand and the seal of the dis^^trict court o' the first judi, la1 district of the ter^^ritory ot Mcntanv In and for the countv of Lewis^and Clarke ihla Sth day of May, In the year of^onr Lord one thousand ehcht hundred and ^lghty-^nlne
.-xal' W. F. PARKER, cerk^A c H.^T^i^i and OtoK.li F Sasuroa, Att ^rneys^for P ainOff
Applicfttionfor a Patent-
L'arrsD^t*tbs Lawd cmca, i
May11, low. I
Notice1^ hereby clv-en that Edmond R. Tandy^John ft, M. Neil), Charles B. Evans a'd^Henry T vrKollock, whoa* postofflce sd-^,1rees Is Helena, Lewis snd Clarke cnantr,^M. T. have this day died their application^tor a patent f-^r *d^:hty ai-liTi scr'ws ef the placer^*s^,riti i:o,d, situated'In cnur^anl-ed mlalnf dis^^trict, county of I ^wis and - larae, and territory^of Montana, and designated by legal subdivisions^as fellows, to-wtt: Lots 1 and 4, sec. '2. la town^^ship in, a r. 4 w., coatalnlnn ^' acres.
Thelocat on of this mine is recorded in the re-^aasawrM office of Lewis aad Clarke connty. at^Helena. Mon'ena. In book ^F^ of ranches and^ditches, page hii. The adjoining claimants are^on the n^,rfh. the placer claim of Edward R. Tandy^et al it's other adjoining claimants are unknown.
Anyar.d a l t*ers *na claiming adversely any por^^tion,! said placer ground are reqaired to ale^their adverse clams with the register of the^I'ultcsi states, land office at He.ena.ln the territory^of Montana, during the sixty days* period f pnb-^ilcatton here t, or they will be barred by virtue of^the provisions ef to* itstnte.
s.W. LAMtHoKSB, R-eister.^First w-^Ucatlon May ISSS-
Applicationfor a Patent.
I'smnrsTATas Lawn Oma i^Helena, Montana. May. U, l*v. f^Notice te hereby clven that Edmond R. Tandy.^An^elsm J. Davidsoa, Jobs S M N. HL Thomas^J. Davids n, wul'.am Davespo t, Don Daveni-ort.^Hairy NeUl. and Edward D. NeUl, Jr , whose^po^t ffice address is Helena. Lewis and Clark*^coanty, M. T . have this day filed their application^for a patent tor three hundred sad fifty a) 100^scree of the placer mine, 1-eartag .situated^la unorraalied mining district, county of Lewis^and Clarke aad terrltorr of Montana, aad desig^^nated as legal subdivisions as follows, to-wit es^ssi*: w^* of srV of ne-%: aw^ aet*. w* seA^. *H^of SM of swm: SM of se\ of kx, sac. S4: the sw^V rm\ and lot S, sac. ft, isxl i si las. BSS aVMft^scree In twn 1L lilt.
ThelocaCon of this mine Is recorded In the r*^corde. s office of Lewis and Claris coanty, M. T.^in book ^F^ sf ranches aad ditches, pages BSB snd^Se. The adjoining claimants are unknown A ay^and all ;^nwu claiming adversely any portion at^said plater ground are required to file their ad^^verse claims with the register of the Cal'ed states^land office at Helena In the territory of Moa^. .:.:..: ihe s:i'- ^la,t SSSl StSf . SsBasMaMM^of, or thsy will bs barred by rlrtas of
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F*M*,NKKTLYCVREDby asic/ thf
,l^rfe^ 1 ,|\m.. i rj!|,ni^^ad Nteerli CtTWL Worn with rissi ' am^^^ri night aad 4^r. This ^^^ l^^-ni romtiiiea HeieMiew Our^^^ur. Pows-r. S^:d^ti-:M , u ^^ ^ ,... I'rlre M. *^*- lllu-t'4
TheCelebrated French Cure.
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M*^f Miniulmtim. lotsa^orthniiitch yourhful ln^iii^eretioti^^lite, ii'-.. nurii as I.m-* of Hram l*i^iH-v-. |t. n: ;ut:'t-'wn Paiiid iu the Ba^*k. .^iniual^lrV t'Hkm*^v H j *f^'na. Nerv^m^ !'ri*strarion Nortnru-^al Etin^Moiis, 1.4'U^orrhova. I^izziiie*!^. Weak Mom-^ory, l.iw* *^i I'lj Af-r Hii'i ImpotPTiry. whir!) if ne-^p erted often lea^i to T^remature^^'^1ak7t-nn^1 Iman-^hy. Pri.^^ $1 00 a tef.x. 6 U^xe^ for $.\00 Scut bv^mail *^ti r^'^ eit-t of |^noe.
\H II I 11 t n (.1 \lt WTI I^Order. To refuini tiie Tm-n. y if a iVrnianeut^cure i^ not effected. Thou^andu of tt^^timouialfi^from o!., and rounsr. of i**th m*xe^. iBt-rnianfnTlv^cure^i bv Aphh-'Ditinf. rirrnlar free. A-l.lres^^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Mlhf H. S Uale .\ t'o , wt oh sale and reU^draufcrlft*, sole a/eat^ f^ r lielena, Mont.
Paidm Ca-jita^ - - $150,0C0^Surplut and Pro-f'ts - 140,000
L.H. HERSHFiFlD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.
WoolSacks, Twine and Shears,
ConcordBuirary ^^ IP low Harness^.
OFFICEFourteenth Street and Helena Avenue.^W AKKHOrSE and WAGON* YARI^^Ou National^Central uj Northern Pacific Railroads.
LENOIRMOUSe-^Malri st, aad Hslsns ar Usasaa, BBoaUaa Iwj room a arst-ciass froal rooa
jas.McMillan ^ co..
i'Riir^l: 1 KTv K^. Or 1UK
TrJOMAl-CKUSJB,^a ft. BUSTLII,^a 1. DAVIDCKJM,
W.o. NICilULAa,^BBU8B8 MUKBItS^A. UBIKHHriBLII
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
oor opium,^over initulg.^r. Wsk. ful-
InterestAllowed on Deposit'^Left for a Specified Time
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Princ*^pal Cities of Europe
forall skjn diseases.^- tSURKM^OfC//vf -^^^ T0BTl^rlD;0H. ^-
R.S.HALE ^ CO.
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS, FT7RS, WOOL, T ALLO V
Cnsengand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPELTS Sr. FURS A SPECIALTY.
191,10.1 ^ 1*M SscondSt North.MINNEAPOLIS. Mills
PNiTKDST VI^KS DKPOSITORY.
L.tt. Phelps, Vtce-Pree. and Act. Cash'r^8. K. Atkin-onAssistant Cashiet
A.G. Cl.AHKK, HKHMAN i. .n
H.K. rm.bn, Pktkr Larson.^C.W. '*^.sNON, R. C. Wali^acbs.
8.C^- ^ ht D.A.Cory.
E.L. Sliter 8c Co., Proprietors.
FinestImported and Domestic
OppositelGrandCentral HottJ Helena M. T.
205South Main Street, Opposite International Hotel.
EverythingNew and Complete. Prices reasonable. Rooms by the day, week^or month. Steam heat, gas and elevator. Call and see as. The only fire proof^ballding in the city.
Bfsin street. Helsna, Montana. Hi sin ssa center of the city. Firs* class. All street can
tfsabove booses. Many restaurants In does proximity stall prices. European Plan, Rooms
Oil,MB $1.*^' per dar accord Ins- to location American Plan $1.* to $i.U^ per day. Ppecla^No dlsrepotable people allowed.B. o. LKNuIR. Prop, both hones..
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Be8' Accom^modations in the city. Rates Reduced; $2 pe^ i ay an.^upwards, according to location of rooms.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
N.WCos. I3th4 Oob-e STJ OMAHA, NEB.
forTHE TBFATMEVT op all
CHRONIC^ SURGICAL DISEASES
APPLIANCESFOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES.
.fi'seilihes.Apparatus and RsmsdisiforBucceaaful^Treatment of every form of Disease requirina:
BBTDICALor SURGICAL TREATaTXNT^NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
Boardft Attendance. Best Accommodation, in West.
CWRITE FOR CIRCULARS on Deformitie. anc^Braeea. Truaaea. Club Feet. Curvatures of Spine. Piles,^Tumors. Cancer. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Inhalation.^Electricity. Paralysis. Epilepsy. Kidney, Bladder,^Eye, Ear Skin and Blood and all Surgical OperaUona.
DISEASESOF WOMEN si^Vi^TSiS
k HOI I I III T ^l^l^n^ t I 1 im..!\ 1,11 ,KI ^r\t l^K
^^J^FH'tJ ^,n,*'^^',t stbictit SHIVATt.,^Only Reliable medical Institute makinf a Specialty ot
AHBlood DtMBa#^w iQrfrwftfollT timted. Srphllitle Potsoa^r. rsored from the iratetn without auerrvrT. \rm lt^winrsil*e^TrmwmmM Tmr Low* ^^f *1T^L PimKli. pBirtiea una.hi* to tisit
U tn* v hs^ t re-atexl ftt bnaVe hf*l-oDrlvBr^e. A 11 roBTUD l. n I r-ftv-
tib.s eonl.lf otia1. MtMiraaea t in^travct. sw^ni ht aaatlnr ^^^^^prrti lecnrplt rarked, Doaaark* to Indie,^One [-eTaonaj interTiew preferT*^rI, Call^fclstorj of tout eaae. and we will .en l
BOOKTO MEN, fBEE
Ilia,Gleet and Tarieoecle. with qoesrti
OMAHAMEOlCAl ft SUBGICAl INSTITUTE^OMAHA neb
OSJIiTMANUFACTORY^IN WZST OT
TRUSSES,/^:El^ctiiic Batteries j
lncortioratedI'nder the Laws of Montana
inCap tal, $100,000.
THOS.CKl'SK ..^T H l AKTFl:..^WM. J. CKI'-sH..
AllowHfi per writ, interest on Savinjrs^D^*rx^F)itH, rompounileri Jannarr and July.
UealersIn Palest Medlelnee, Faory Tolls^Hood., Lantern Lamps and Lamp ^^i^ods. Glass^Paints, Ulls, etc ~ i^ al Instromente, Crutches^Braces, sic Wholesale ssents for Cnro fo^CiiDEhs and Cops, hlrk . Pile Ointment, WItche^.Kiro:s^lium. If war. a-^ Medicines, Dr. Kilmer^^Kemedy, Dandrllun Tonic, OreroD Kidney Tea
InButte City, June 1.
I)KSLISBIC. A co.. From the
ThePioneer ot the Great West.
SCHWAS^ ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Th Older-it. Most Reliable. Lreadlntr Finit-elasw Hotel Id the Terrltor
.ipsburg,montana.Formerly sparey's hotel
Rnnon Both American and European Flans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mrs T. H. MORSE. ProDrietees.
Lawns and Gardens.
LawnMowers, Lawn Sprinklers and Rakes.^Garden Hose, Hose Stands and Reels
InGreat Quantittes and Low Prices,
WeMake a Specialty of
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
OfAll Grades and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S Op. CosmoDolitan Hotel. Main St.
UaTlngleased tbe two upper floors of the Davidson hlock and connected the sane wits oar Already^immense salesrooms, we sow ocenpj fonr entire floors extending through the whole blurk^Jscksen to Main street, storked throughout with goods of every grade and at prices that SjS^rJOon. BTery parchase made STRICTLY POH CAf*H r^shipped laCAH LOADS UMlY.
S7*^^end at prtcee that defy^STRICTLY KlR CAMH DlkBCTLV FKUM KIKMT HANDS^An examination of goods and comparison of prices solicited.
PIANOS,ORG-A NS and MUSICAL MEROHADISE
CornerBroadway and Wsrren str^-e ,^()ppofrit^ 9. 8. Assay Office.
THOS.O'BKIKN c% SON. Props.
NewlyFitted and Newly Furnisher! th'os/too'^tsMBwS and (tests Baths, Berber 1.1 p, bar sec^Millard Hall, with all Modem ImisT-wi-snta
LandOrnci t Uelf.sa. Most.,^April J7, l^l
NoticeIs herebv given^named settler has filed notice of bis Intention
makefinal proof In support of his claim, and that^said proof will be made before the register and^receiver at Helena. Mont, on June 311, 1HB9, viz:^Albert Ward who made final homestead entry^No TU f ir the ey^ seV *-^% ne'e, and lot 1, sec ^,^tp 111., r 3 w.
Thisnotice Is published Is obedience to letter^c, of July 2. Isee from ihe Hon commissioner^general land ^ ffice r.quiring a proper deacrlptlt n^of the land.
Anyaerson who desires to pniteat egsinst the^allowance of such proof, or who knows of any^substantial reason, under the law and tbe regn'a-^tloos of ths interior department, why such ; r - f^should not he allows , will he given an oppor^^tunity at the above mentioned time and place to^croee'eiamtne the wltn'esse of said claimant and^to offer evidence In rebu'tal of that submitted by^claimant
8.W. LANUHORNK. Register.^First T.nMlcstlon April ^. Ttt*
L'umnstates Lave Omca. 1^Hslisa. Mont.. May ^. lse^. f^Complaint having been entered at this office hy^Nils Peter Chrlstoffaen against James Mc^enzte,^for failure to comply with law as to timber culture^entry No 38S. dated vp'en.her 1, Is*-.', upon tbe^s-i .w*% and *H se^a. sec B, twp. 10, n. r. 4 w. tn^Lewis and Clarke connty, Montana, with a view to^the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging^that ths claimant has in no way complied with the^law in break ng, cr pp ng or seeding sale land,^and that such fsilnre still exists The said par-^Use are tereby summoned to appear at this office^on the 13tb ens of Jon*. at 10. o'clock a m .
jrespond ard furnish testimony concerning said^alleged failure.
8. W. LAMQHORE. Regsstar
Noticeof D ssolution^ship.
BUSRUNS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS
Dr.Swallow offers bis ssrWee In buying and^selling Mines, thinking his long acquaintance with^the mines of the country and forty years expert^^nee In mining m^y be ussful to operators He^has several valuable mines for sals, and has bus^aee. connections with several eastern parties wh^^wish to bny Montana mines.
officeSt Louis Block No. 17* Main street
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights, including ores, promptly trans^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and at th.^depot, (frders will receive prompt at^tentlrwi
aHistory of Our Msrpsa, Our Statesmen. Ou^Scholars. Our Men of Hots In Evany Field.
AMI I NTBRN ATIONAL
Mrdleal and Surgical Institute,
301and 90 West iflh St.. Kansas^Oity. Mo., and 400 Geary St.,^San Francisco, Cal.
Fortbe Treatment of all
Chronic1 Surgical Diseases
Theabove long eetabllehed snd most s. cceeefal^specialists will open prtvsre rsceptton narlora St^^h^aet corner of Main street aad Broad^^way, aear Windsor bote), Butte, Jons 1st.
Beetfarllltlee, apparatus and equipments tor^successful treatment of every form or disease re^qulricg medical and surgical treataWsat.
Sixtytao new r m# for patients; bast accom^^modations west of New York.
write for Illustrated papers on Deformities^Club feet. Curvature of the Spine, Plies, Tumors,^Cancer, Catarrh. Bronchitis. Inhalation, hlec-^trtdiy, Maenesi .m. Paralysis, Epilepsy. Kidney,^Bladcer, Kye, Bar, r kin aad ylood, and all^surgical Operations.
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book on die^eat*e free.
Tbeonly rellaMe Medical and Surgical Institute^making a specialty of private diseases.
AllHlood IHseases successfully treated. Byph-^llltle Pi ieon removed from tbe system without^m- rrury. New Heetoratlve treatment for loss of^Vital Power. Pereone unable to vl.lt as may be^treated at home by corresp ondence. All comma^nlcatlons confidential. Medicines or Instrnmer.ts^sent by mall or express securely packed on.^personal Interview preferred. 1 all and consult^as. or send history of your case aad we will send^In plain wrapper ^onr book free, explaining why^taouear.de cannot l^e cured of Private, Special^aad Nervoaa I'leeaees, seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhea, Im;.otency, Syphilis. '*onorrhcra,^tiieet. Varicorle. etc., etc
PacificCast Institute eetshlished for nearly a
Iuarterof a century. Corner of Geary and^lason streeis. sen Francisco. Cal. Disi-ensary^and Urug Store occupying whole corner of block^First class BSSSMB and Board for Wi parents at^the santtarlr.ro connected with tbe
Kansas'I ty. Mo.orSaa Fr .nclsro
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
NothingSucceeds Ljke Success!
I'tJJor %ddn^' Alii rr.ifc
Sasthat sssrv pssr to BtSSBSSS^Tss Scar a l ici.tr
NoticeIs hereby given that the partnership b^^tof' re existing b-tween the rndsrslgned under the^firm name and stvls of Sccmldt A -'o. is this dm)^dlseoived b. mutnal consent Mr Bovd T Dick^^inson has sold oat his ln erert in said firm aad is^the business thereof t . Mee-rs. John W. Schmidt^and John F. ^choir, who assume all outstanding^UabulTtes against said firm, aad who alone are^authoriz d to collect or receipt for moneys doe^the same
DsttdHelens, Mont, May 4. 1*^
B.T. DICKINSON^.^JOHN W. SCHMIDT,^JOHN F. SC HL LZ.
Thecity of He nna. Mon'ana, wli; sell at public^auction oa the lMh day of June, lSSS. at 14 o'clock,^meridian, at the office I f the city cerk in said city^the coupon bonds of said city to the amount of^^ ns hundred and thlrtT thousand dollars Said^bonds will beer I per cent interest aad will be re^deetr able in ten years, aad payable la twenty^years interest aad principal pavable at Helena or^New York, at the option f the holder. TVs ewe-^will he required to deposit ti^^nare eum for leas than ths entire^Issue, at the lme of iha sale.^By order ot the c ltv Council
ALBXC BOTKIN.CiryCsark^Dated Helena. Mont-. Mav s. I^**
Iprescribe aad rally eav^dorse B g '* ' ^ the owl}
re-itrfor tbe ccn^-n car*^Si this d sease.
o.H. IN ^ ^ KA HAM. M. -*N-^N T
TheOnly Hatiosal Standard.
Appleton'sCyclopwdla of American Biogra^^phy^ contain, s hi igrapl.lcal sketch of evert per^son eminent la American civil and military histo^^ry. In law aad politics, la divinity, literature and^art, in science and in lnevntlon. iadi^gnlebed sereon* born abroad that^our national history, aad em^^ race^tries of North and South America. It Is s com-^rl-tn history of the New World la every branch^of human achievement.
PAULS A. BICKEL
Isprepared to do all kinds of
Onshort notice: to furnish elans, specifications^and setlmstes, and sui^erlnread constractloa of^brtciges.r^sifs.mssx-Bry.fcandatlc4M.aar,: also.^to sxamlze snd report the fx ndliioa of siietlng^engineering works In rater ewes to their atjwngta
Mooml.North Mala street. No ^:
SpecialSales Every Day!
Wemake times lively by selling goods at NEW YORK PRICES. Our grand business for May has been a phenom^^enal .success. Witn every department filled with new and choice goods ty choose from brings us many congratulation-
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
MOREATTRACTIVE THAN EVER.
Herean artistic caste is displayed. Original designs and beautiful patterns in new and modern colorings. Oriental Rugs,^Art Squares, and real Point Lace Curtains. New styles in Portierre effects.
TeaGowns, Peasant Circulars and Newmarkets.
InTea Gowns we have every thing the imaginary mind can suggest, in alls zes elaborately trimmed and suitable for^anv change of season.
PeasantCirculars, the second lot received this month, no two the same color or style, all sizes. Entirely foreign to^auything in this market
Newmarkets:Beautiful all-wool Scotch Cheviot Newmarkets, in latest styles, with fine satin facings, for Spring Sum^^mer or Fall.
see our^^beaded wraps,
Silks, Dress Goods,
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT.
Ifto. want p. erection ln ^t. with rresSsa frees^corns ^ . all discomfort^t - Burt A Packard Shoe. It U 1
asthe s*.s ims/i' isrfAr. the Ivsf v-nanaas and u^ _
ZfcllT'SoXfiinrrcheaptW Elam- Figured and*Persian Silks. Our stock of Dress Goods and Wash Fabrics is beyond comparison.
th ^ To see is to be convinced.
NeySilks in new stylss^are added daily to our enlarged stock. The latest agonies in new colors of
T^ Burt A Packard Shoe
othertin. Sas. r* ^ y* snv massnarA tf as pals^All style, in Hand roads. Hand welt axk^slsn B.^T^ sr. ! Yr.rTH.\ If BOAsosd ty J^*H^Bus ux. it. : -. ur s.l !ress to
n 1 1 ^ r u i.ocresaors to Sort S Parhi
Packardot Field, Brocaton, **
cDcn,..cou u , Sun Umbrellas! Parasols!
FREDGAMER, He'ena, M. i. gruarantee. Prices to suit everybody.
Anelegant assortment for rain^in fair weather shades. A l
andsun, or^sold under
Wehaes w.^! B e G tor^maoj rear., aad it has
Keenthe bast sf .alia
D.R DTCHE A CO
Sl.SS.Sc.d sy Dracc-aia^B. 8. Hals * Co.. B. H. Parchas A Co whoas-
Beecber.j lsiacW, r^. Franit B. Nor^rlac. Ncrrls:^To be sold at shartTs sale at the froat door of^the coart house la Helena. Montana territory, oa^Friday, the Slat day of May, a O Ism, at ^^o'clock nooa, all the rtsraB, title and interest ^a-s
Norrishare in and t^real property, sttaated to Lewis scd clarts^ty, Atowtaca temsory, t -wit
right,title an^k B Nnrris sod
torritorr,t ^^^1, and four
Interestthat^' Ha-cia C.^foUowime osarribed
4 . in Moss one (1) at^1 city ot Helena^chas M. J^foert* Lewi.and Clarascooaty,^OsSsd this nth day of Hay, A. D
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
1BOHFBU 2VTS A HHAVT MaasI* CsaSTOBBS
Webeg to direct attention to our superior stock of Corsets, a line of which we^carry to the exclusion of any other Montana firm. We are also the agents for^Foster's Celebrated Lace Kid Gloves. .
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena