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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1889.
A REMARKABLE DREAM.
MAJ. PAYNE'S STRANGE STORY.
TheBungling of the Bald Knobber*'^Executioners Foretold in a^Vision.
Ozark^urr^^ n.deter M. Louis Globe-^DeibucrM- Of ail th- dreamt that had tor^their ^'ttiBK* Hallow* architecture and^itrantfulalioo b^rT^r^. that of M^j O. M.^Payne, senior counsel for the Bald Knob^^ber-. ti:e niabt befi.re the hanging was the^most remarkable on account of it* piienom-^ensl prophetic character.
Kromthe day Bill Walker was sentenced^to ban^( b^ Judge ilubbud, in April, Iw,^Mr. Payne had said he would never see^one of the Knobbers executed. The^sympathetic attorney could not bear to^bear the verdict acainxt young Walker^announced by the j ,ry, but left the court^room tu tears *oiue minute* before^the event, having anticipated the^nndinir of the twelve men who^had retired to deli Derate on the fate of the^youthful Knobber. On the Thursday af^^ternoon before the execution Attorney^Payne attended the baptism ot Bui Walk^^er and bid the three condemned men a hual^farewell. In a few minutes after leaving^the jail Mr. 1'ayne went aw ay from Ozark^and did not return until the next day after^the hanging. No one in town seemed t^know anything about the missing lawyer's^hiding place, but every body undereUiod^that he had gone away to avoid witnessing^the tragic spectacle so long dreaded and^fought against.
OnThursday night Mr. I'ayne stopped^at the house of one Pruitt, a friend living^several miles south of Ozark. He did not^retire to bed till late at night, and then^found no restful sleep, so busy were his^thoughts In reviewing the tragic history of^his Bald Knobber clients, ximetnue *tter^midnight exhausted nature yielded U^ the^demands for rest, and the lawyer slept a^few minutes. No l^-gal triumphs and ver^^dicts of ^not guilty^ gave happy^dreams to the d.-teat^d K:iol^ber coun^^sel, however. The grim realit les^with which he had ben wrestling for^over two )^-^[^ pit^^e.) n wild, fantastic^mockery betore his ejes. lie every^horrid form ot the hangman's ghastly art,^and scores of revolting gallows scenes^which only dreaming lancy could conjure^up. In the morning the unretresned attor^^ney arose from his bed. and told Mr. Bruitt^a part of a dream in which he saw the trap^door of ihe gallows fall with the three^doomed Knnhl^ers. and the rope around Bill^Walker's neck break, letting the young^man drop to the ground, tie told his host^that he saw Bill Walker hanged the sec ind^time after the failure of the first attempt.
Mr.Pruitt came to Ozark on Friday and^remained in town until after the hanging.^On returning home m the afternoon he re^^lated to bis friend Payne the events of the^hanging, especially the horrors attending^the death of Bill Walker, which, excepting^the breaking of the rope, had been so^clearly seen in the lawyer's dream the^night before.
Begantaking Dr. King's New Discovery^^ r i ..:.^ .:ii|-tion, am now on my Hard bot^^tle, and able to oversee the work on my^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.''^Jesse Middleware Decatur. Ohio, says:^^Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis^^covery for Consumption 1 would have died^of lung troubles. Was given up by doc^^tors. Am now in best of health.^ Try it.^Sample bottles free at R. S. Male A- Co.'s^drugstore.
ToDispel Colds,
Headachesand fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet gently, when costive or^bilious, or when the blood it impure or^sluggish, to permanently care habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without irri^^tating or weakening them, use Jsyrup of^Kigs.
TheClear-UiaadedacM of Youth.^While the merits of the various blood^purifiers are being shown up to the best^advantage possible by their several manu^^facturers, we would suggest to persons^feeling the need of such a medicine, that^ti.e) try a dose of St Patrick's 1111s, and^i- them that they will not only be sur-^j.r.-e.i. but delighted with the result.^Those who wish to feel the animation.
rmoyancyand clear-headedness^should take ht. Patrick's Pills,^by H. M. Parcnen a Co.
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BRUISES.
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LivingstonPost: ^ Mi Monday last. May^20th, the contract ot the Park Coal and^Coke company with the Northern Pacific^expired. It is now their intention to cease^the production of coal and to push their^coke ovens to completion as rapidly as pos^^sible. Owing to the fact that no more^coal, other than for coking purposes, will^be produced, it necessitates the discharge^of about sixty miners, as in the operation^of the ovens as many men will not be re^^quired as formerly.
THELOST ATLANTIS
Formany centuries thers haa been t^tradition of a long lost island called
Atlantis.
Thetireek geograpeis located it ia^the Atlantic Ocean, west of tha norths^west part of Africa and the Pillars ol^Hercu.es. The sea-kings of Atlantis are^^aid to have invaded Eurojie and Africa,^and to have been defeated by the Athen^^ians.
Allthe legends agree that it was a vast^Wand, of inexhaustible, resources, and^inhabited t^v a race of superior people.^For ages this island has existed o;ily in^legendary lore. But now, when the light^of modern research is turned full upon^the investigation, behold theloet Atlantis^at our very ^I.j..rs.
Sothe bigoted medical fraternity goes^groping about in the dark, seeking for^an Atlantis or Keculapius, when if they^would investigate, they would behold^the lost Atlantis at their -very door.^With their ancient text book, a case ol^physic, a pa|^er in their waistcoat giving^them license to practice, experiment and^dose with their injurious drugs, . outer-^lie and perform unnecessary acts, with^no person or law to hold them account^^able, they continue their bigoted, un^^justified practice, staring into vacancy,^and imagining that they see in them^^selves an I isculapius.
Wrappedin ancient bigotry, they are^crying out against all improvements that^have I ^ eti ni de in medical science.^They denounce any new idea advanced^by a layman or an opposition school as a^fraud.
Why
I!evai]*eImmanitv will not be bene^^fited^ Not at all^ but because their^^js i ialisin did not make the discovery.
Yettli. v concede that there is no rem^^edy known to their materia niedica that^will cure an advanced kidney malady^and the di^-eas-s arising therefrom^al^^though many of them know from crown^^ing proof that Warner's Safe Cure will^^but unscrupulously treat symptoms and^call them a disease, when in reality they^know tiiev are hut symptoms.
Afew of the more honest physicians^admit that Warner's Sate Cure is* a valu^^able remedy, and a great blessing to^mankind, hut say in so many words,^when asked why they do not prescribe^it, that they cannot, according to their^code.
Nevertheless,the world is fast becom^^ing satisfied that the cure for kidney and^liver diseases, in whatever form or con^^dition, has been discovered, an 1 there^is no doubt hut what Warner's ^afe Cure^and its fame will live long after such^bigotry as w e have instanced is dead and^buried.
Thelate eminent physician and writer,^Dr. J. ti. Holland, published in ^Scrib-^ner's Monthly.'' ami showed his opinion^of such hijotry. and no doubt was satis^^fied that At antis might possibly be dis^^covered in a proprietary medicine, when^he wrote e^I.tonally, as follows:
Nevertheless,it is a fact that many^of the bawl proprietary medicines of the^day were more successful than many of^the phy.-icians, and most of them, it^should Ik- remembered, were first dis^^covered or us^! in actual medical prac^^tice. When, however, any shrewd per^^son, knowing their virtue.and foreseeing^their p 'pu'.a ity. secures and advertises^them. then, in the opinion of the bigoted,^all virtue went out ot them.
Savagesexpect to imbibe bravery by^drinking the blood of their brave enemies.^A more enlightened method of vitalizing^the blood is by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.^It braces up the nem-s and gives strength^and fortitude to endure the ills of life.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Derangementsi f the liver cover a mul^^titude of ailments. In all cases where the^functions of the liver are interrupted or^disturbed, and the bile its constituent se^^cretion, lett circulating in the biood, some^disorder will follow. Dr. Henley's Dande^^lion Tonic will restore the liver to its nat^^ural duties and promote the secretion of^bile, thereby preventing Jaundice, Dyspep^^sia, biliousness and other ailments. Sold^by K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents, Helena.
Forchapped hands, roughners ef 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. S. Hale A Co., wholesale retail agents,^Helena,
AnEiprrwton of Iseltehl.
Abouta week ago,^ says a Los An^^geles, CaL, druggist, -^a Chinaman came in^with a lame shoulder. 1 sold him a bottle^of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and guaranteed^that it would cure him. He came in again^last night, and as soon as he got inside the^door began to swing his arms over his head^like an Indian club swinger. 1 thought^the blamed fool had a tit. but be finally^stopped long enough to say: ^Medicine^velly fine, velly fine; alle same make me^feel plenty good.^ Chamberlain's Pain^Balm is without an equal for sprains, rheu^^matism, aches, pains or lame back. For^sale by H. M. Parchen A Co.
IsConsumption Incurable^^Head the following: Mr. C. H. Morris.^Newark, Ark., says, ^Was down with Ab^^scess of Lungs, ana friends and physicians^pronounced me an incurable consumptive
11KI..-..na. Oct. 7, 1WT.
Iwas suiTerlng from an unusually bad
ough,my lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of the best phya: isns^m Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. I became alarmed, and at the^- iggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's English Remedy for coughs, and^sfter taking it according to directions was^completely cured. 1 therefore cheerfully^recommend it.Jacx^b Switzkb.
Ihad a racking cough and inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^tnend. and was entirely enred by it. I^ler it a never failing remedy for a^cough.J. FBLOBKRe.
Acker'sEnglish preparations are for sale^in H'-iena only bvk. S. Hale A Co.
ASure Cure for I'IIm.
Or.Kirk's (rerman Ille Ointment has^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's (lerman Pile Ointment Is^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price 50 cents^and SI per box. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co.,^Helena.
Manyvoting ladies are ruining their com^^plexion by the continued use of cosmetics^and so called face washes. The greater^number 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 beautifier, in as much^as it removes all blemishes from the^skin, instead of covering them. It cures^cnapp. d hands with one application. Sold^by K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents, Helena.
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Lii fermented and no^intoxicating. Acta like^charm in all cases of Diar^rhcea and Dysentery and al^stomach and bowel troubles^Grateful alike to women, chil^dren and convalescents. Give:^a delicious flavor to ice-water^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by
MlHALOVTTCH,FLITCHSB A Co.
Cincinnati,O For sale by
J.SWITZKK, sole airent, Helena, Montana and^all wholesale and retail Druggists, Liquor Dealers^and Wine Msrrhants everywhere
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1^^ ^ you 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 your health and^.1 .dor's bill. A few doses will prevent^liright's Disease and insure you health,^comfort aud happiness. Sold by It. S. Hale^a Co., wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
Kncklen'aArnica |N^lve.
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 cures piles, or no pay r- , i.d. It Is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.^For sale by It. s. Hale A Co.
It'sonly a question of time,^ and a^short time, too. as to wten your rheuma^^tism will yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
(iiltedge dressing never injures the^finest shoe. Acme polish beVs the wi rid^for brilliancy, one shine wears a week.^Sold a^ Fred (ianier's.
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TheGolebrated French Cure,
APHRODITINE
Wurranretl
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Ikstreatment of ninny thousands of casts^of those chronic weaknesses and distressinir^ailments peculiar to fetimU-s, at the Invalids'^Hotel and suru.cal Instuute, Buttsio, N. V ,^has atTorii'ul a vast experience In nicely silnpN^Ina* and thoroughly testiuir rem# 'Iks for the^cure of woman's peculiar nialii'hcs.
Dr.flcrn'i Favorite l*re^crlptIosi^Is the nuteTowth, or result, of this tin ut and^valuable experience. Thousands of testimo^^nials, received from patieuts and from plivsi-^ciuns vho bave ti'Stisl it in the more RKs-ra-^ve.ted and o!^stinato caetw which had tiMttled^their skill, prove it to be the most wonderful^remedy ever devisedS relief and cure of
sufferingwomen. It is not rccomnicnd^-d as a^^cuir-sTl,^ but as a most perfect Soecinu for^womnn's pei^ulisr allm^'nts.
Asa powerfui, iu v iaoral 1 tic tonlr,^it inipuits streuntn to the wii-.:.- s.vstem,^and to the wouib and its app-ndsges ia^particular. For overworked, worn-out.
run-down, debilttated teachers, nnllmers,^dr(sisniak^'rs,seaiustnkMSL^s, **shop-gn Is^ Ij1 'list*.^kc*'|s'rs, niti-smir others, and fet-ltle womt-n^generally, l^r. i'leree's Kavonte Prt-seri. t.oa^is the greatest earthly boon, being uneo,iia]ed^asanapp* I Etaar vstnlial and restttrative tttnic
Asa Moottiiiir and ^irengiheiiing^nervine, '^i.norlte Prescription'' is urns
aualedand is Invaluable in allaying and sub-^uing nervous excitability. Irritability, ex^^haustion. - - -'ration, hysteria, sps-ins and^other disriessmg, n rvous symptoms com^^monly attendant upon functional and organic^disease of the womb. It induces refreshing^aleep and relieves mental anxiety aud de^^spondency.
Dr.1*1- rcc^ Favorite Prescription^la a legitimate medicine, cart-fully^compounded by an ^xperiencod and skillful^phvstcian, and adapted to wttman's delicate^ork-ani/atlon. It is purely vegetable in Its^composiUon ami perfectly harmless in its^Jt-^-ts in anv co-.dition or the system. For^morning sit kness, or nr.usea. from whatever^cause arising, weak ctouiac h, indigestion, dys-^pt |tsia and kindred symptoms. Its use, in smaa^oost-s, will prove very beneficial.^^Favorite Prescript ion *' la a post.^Ive cure for the mttst complicated and ob^^stinate c.f^^ of leucorrbea, excessive flowing,^painful mcn-t runt ion, unnatural suppressions,^pr^^;..p^n*. i r falling f the w mb. weak back,^female weakness/7 anteversion. retroversioo,^t. .:- :ig-d ..ii s. neatioiia. chrt : :.- congestion,^inflammation and ulceration of the womb. In^^flammation, retin and tenderness in ovaries,^accompani. d v, h ^ internal h.^t,
Asa regitlatnr and promoter of func-
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ii..t that criiical pt ritsl of change^1 to womanhood, ^* Favorite l*r^^nt.
whenments
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ip-rle. tly safe remt .i.al as--^' ^^ only good rrnuits. It is^.11 i 'lis and valuable in its effect*^i r those disorders and derange.^nt to tlist later and nn -t critical^:i a^ ^ The Change of Life.^^ic Prescription,^mtji n taken^in oonnevtioo with the use of Dr. Pierces^GoMen ^l - i -al Iiiscovery,and small laxative^doses of Pr. Piorcv's Purgative Pellets (Little^Livir i\i^.'. cures Liver, Kidney and Itladder^tnseases. Their combined use also removes^Nis-wl taint.*, and atsilishes cantvrous and^scrofulous humors from the system.^^Favorite Prescription^ is the only^-^'f ^rwrtfnen.sold by driigc:- -, under^a positive guarantee, from the manu^^facturers, that it will give satisfaction In every^caae-or money will be refunded. This guaran^^tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper,^and faithfully earned out for many years,^litre bottles .1,0 doses) *l.tX),'or six^bottle* lor S5.tM^.
Forlarv.. illustrated Treatise on Diseases of^fvomen (MO nsctil, paper-covered I, send ten^cents in stamps. Addrt^s,
World'sDispensary Medical Association,
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BEFOREii tm frooa the AFTER^cx^ eo-ssie ii-.- ..f mnmilaiits, Mojbi ^^r upturn,^or through patatlifvd iii'lisererion. over iiHiulfr.^eiHO, tV^ mit h a^ l.o**^ of Brain Power, Wakciul-^^Mi I emkmtmwm MM !^ the Back, Kern ina,^\\eaa.i,e^s. Hynteria, Nervous Prostration Noeturn-^al Emissiotiw. I^eueiirrh^pa. lMzzines*.. Weak Mem-^ory.l.ove^of Power and IrnpoteiM-y. ^hi^h if ne^pt**i t^'.I oft.-n to preinafureoldaeeand in^an^Ity Prieell no a box. fi boxes for$.VUO Sent bv^mail on receipt of prire.
\\\ Ki l l F N l.| All WTKK ' BtylMI^or-ier. to refuti^1 the innn^*y if a l*^Tinanent^cure i^ not effe^*teil. Thousands of te^timonialn^from aM and youne, of both sexe*. tm-rmain'iitlv^cured hv ATHRoniTiNR. rireiilar free. Ad^1reso^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
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BLUECRASS
EXTRAFINE
PLU6T0BACC0
Weclaim this ia the finest chew of Plua^Tobacco ever offered to the public, and^any lover of a good chew will acknowledge^it haa no equal after once trying- it. We^want you to taste it; your judgment is^better than our praise.
Ouraim ia to excel. We think we have^It. The rapidly increasing demand for^BLUE GRASS proves that it has merit.
Madefrom the choicest and most care^^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky. BLUC GRASS is a tough and last^^ing chew, superior to any Plug Tobacco^produced. We aak you to try it, feeling^confident you will appreciate the quality^which haa made
BLUEGRASS
Famousfor its HIGH GRADE OF EXCELLENCE.
MANUFACTUREDST
PERKINSft ERNST,
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Summons.
Iatbe dietrlct court of tbe first Indi lei district^ot tbe t-rrl-err of Montana, la aad for the coaaiy
K.Porter. k B.^D. Campbell,*e-
R.G. DAVIES,
ATTOHSIY-AT-LAW,BOOM S, and 4 A8HBY BLOCK. H1LINA, M.T.
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T.J. K h-rte. plalntia, vs. A^Porter. Jobs Mctiilvraj aad W^f-n e sat*.
Thei^o - Is of the territory of Montana send^greeting to tbe above ntuned defeadaata:
Yonare hereby rvquir. d to appear In an actios^bruiu bt aealast yoa by the above named [tlalnuff^in tbe dletrin court of tbe first judicial district of^the territory of Montana. In and for the rx/ODty of^Lewis and v. larke. and to answer tb. complaint^filed therein, wltMn ten days (exclusive of the fay^of servlcei after tbe service on yoa of this wim^mons. If .erred within this county: or. If served^oat ot this county, but In tbls district, within^twenty days: otteiwise mitnin forty day., or^judgment hy default will he taken a^cain-t ^ou *c-^cordtrgto the praver of said complaint The^said action is brought to secure Judgment aetvlrst^said defendants for the sum of five hundred dot^lars, wi' h Interest there.m from the 'Jftth day of^May, l^tw, at tbe rate of ten per cent, per annnm.^for sots and labor, mat rial, f-rnlshed and^money laid oat and expended by plaintiff for de^^fer dants, at the special instance and request of^defendants, aad for t ost of suit.
;*nd yon are hereby notified, that if you fall to^appear and antwer the saiu comple'at, as above^required the said elainufl* will take judgment for^the sum demanded in the complaint, to wit the^sum of five hundred do lars. Interest nd rrtevs
Givenunder mv hand and the seal of the dl.-^trlct court of the first judicial district of the ter^^ritory of Montana, in aad for tbe c. unty of Lewie^and Vlarae this *^th day of May, In tbe year of^our Lord one thousand eight hundred and tlgbty-^nlne.
[saai.]W. F. PABKEK. Clerk
AC BorKin and Gsonsa r SaaxToa, Att trneys
forPiaintHI
TimberCulture Notice.
CrraT^ eTarae Laext Omen, t^Haxssa. Mont . May ^. l^eS. (^Complaint havlnr been entered at this office hy^Nile Peter Christoffsen against James Mr^enzle,^for failure to comply with law as to Umber culture^entry No. SB. dated September 1, lSeS, op~n the^^-^ ewv, and ^H seV. sec. :a, twp. 10, a. r. t w. la^Lea is aad Clarke county, Montana, with a view to^the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging^that th' claimant has In no way complied with the^law In break ng, SSI pp'ng or seeding sale laad,^and that such failure still iiasjla The said par^^ties are t ereby summoned to appear at this office^on the 13th cay of June, use, at ID, o'clock e m ,^a respond ate furnish testimony concerning said^alleged tailors.
8. W. LAHQHOBK. Begastar.
MuntolDeUBonds,
Tbedtv of Heiena, M on tans, will sell at pobUc^auction on the 1st h day of j una, 1S8S. at lz o'clock,^meridian, at the office of the city cierk In said city^the coupon bonds of said dry to the amount of
elUI
tar6 per cent, in^ten years, and .^I and principal payable at Helens oi^the option . f the holder The sac^saTJ issssaliud to .-ep.^it %.'. .
ew^Yor*
requiredto cep.^or a proportionate sum for lass lass^issue, at the lme of iha sals.^By order of the Civ Council
ALBXC BOTKIN, City Clara.^DaAed Heiena, Moat., May a, ISS^.
FirstNational Bank
OFHELENA.
PioneerNational
Bank
OFMONTANA.^ORGANIZED IN 1866.
DrjoijfTiateMiDr-pository^United ^tate-8
ofi b
Paid-TJpOa.pltaJ^3nrplos and Profits
S.T. H ^' -k -.
A.j. Davis.
K.w. Kmaht
T.H. K LKlN.-i H V.IlrT.
'tBo.H. Hill.
asoo.ooti
60O.0OC
Prssldem
...V1f*wPresident
Cashier
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BOARDOS OIRCOTORS.
S.T. Hstissr,Jorin C. Cxirtln.
A.M. Holt^r,B. S. Hamilton,
GranvilleStnart. C. P. Kiegiiti,^K. W. Knlirht, A. J. Davis,^T. H. Kleinschmldt Henry M. Psrt^h(^n^T. C. Powfr.
Oen.jral
transacted
BANKINGBusine.
s-lnterestra^^1 on tlms fleroelts
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s,tSb
MERCHANTSNational Bani
HELENA
Paid^n Capital - $150,000^Surplus and Profits - 140. C
LH. HERSHFIELD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vioa-fWl^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cai^'
asc
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A.i. OAVIDSOM,
UUWAKI)SSBRSI,
Wee-Freeident.
a.r. whits.^Treasurer.
THOtS.J. DAVIDSON^Seers i a
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS,
thebain WAJGON.
Carriages,Buggies, Etc.,
WoolSacks, Twine and Shears,
ConcordBugsy ^V^r Plow Harness.
OFFICEFourteenth Street snd Helens Arenas.
WAREHOUSEand WAGON YARD^Oil National Avenue, between Montana^Ceutr*! \nd Northern Pacific Railroads.
3
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LENOIRMOUSe Steam Heat,^a Cor Mam St. and Helena av . Helena, Men tan a. Svery room a flrat rises front
C'
tOtHO
THOMASO'KUBS,^S. S. HUMTiJIT.
a.i. Dav aaaSew
SIHECTQH3
m.UMk).
w.o saWntaSA
mokbsMuHiala.
I'sKHtiyiBUu
W.B HUF.NAIU
ColiectloasReceive^Attention.
Prcsn*.'
PurchaseGold and Silver Bt^^^lion, Gold Dust and Couo^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Depor i^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Busfnev^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Prhv^pal Cities of Europe
KDNro^EA
UINAKH^W^TROUBLES.
Drhaley's ^**rnlsI i n
\Appetizer.
curesinpigestion.
FORALL SKIN QlSEASES.^A* POlJTi ArJrfeftR CC
R.S.HALE ^ CO.
WH I.KSALK AND KKTAIL
DRUGGISTS.
MONTANA
NATIONALBANK,
helena.montana.
UNITEDSTATES DBP081TORT.
CAP1TAX, SaftO.chk
8cbflc8$50,000
DIRECTORS:
OLA. BboadwatkbPresidpnt
L.G. Phelps, Vice-Prrw. and Act. Cai*h'r
8.E. ktnmmm..^a. G. clabkk,
H.F. It A LAN,
c.W. (^A^.NOR,^8. 0. *-hby
..\^1-tHi.i Cashlm^Hkkman fiANS.
FktekLarson,
b.C. Wjujci.
D.A. Cory.
THE
Thos.Cruse Savings
OF II 41.UNA
Bank
r/iir,'^rs*.-.: I'ader the Lawn of Montunft
Paidin Captai, $100,000.
rHoa.cruse
r.h. cak I KK
WM.J. CKUSB.
,l*SsaMssM
.Vict 1'rcside.r.-^. .^vrerar)
DealersIn Patent Medicines, Fancy Tolle^(ItHxia, Lantern Lamps and Lamp u.tode. Glass^Paints, Oils, etc. ^t'ireirai Instrnments, Cmtcbes^Braces, etc Wholesale asents for Cnro fo^l ongtis and foils, i Irk s Pile Ointment, Witche^iKpu. odium, Btteark., Medicines, Dr. Kilmer'^K^medy, Dandelion Tonic, Oregon Kidney Tee^^ '^ '^'^^'^ HnetriSr.
LrWReKARD
^^that reery fmlr to SMSSMI^Tbe Bi ,t a 1 a. ^**^..
KorrsotShape.^^VI BT,
1 PAMI.KR.Tr-aeurer
AIIowh^ ppr cent, lntr-rent t^n Savinge^Dt^i^^.ilM, eonipoiirirlpil JanuarT and 4nly.
InButte City, Ju- e 1.
DK- L'BBIt. A CJ., From the
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT.
Ifvon want perfection in fit. with freedom from^corns nfi 1 an discomfort yon will always wear^^* Burt ^ Packard Shoe. It at acknowledges
asthe Pe.* mmi-ii r the U,i . ^irlMf and Wtott e^luA
tsentit men tt ^h^te made in the world.
Don'tspoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes.
Th-Burt ^ Packard Shoe costs nomore than vy
Iother nnessaw.St iiiaa aj.ee- 'i;n .'-i'A ,'r Sj paean
Allstyles in H in.l inatle. Ilanti-welt. and Bnrra t:^also Boys' and YorTitt'. Il not sold by your dealers td^bis nttme sntl veur address to
n i j e r~- 1 1 irt-t-ssors to Burt A Par^t t
Packard^ rield, Brockton, Mass. Sold y
FREDGAMER. Helena, M. V
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
AILW A^and tiik famous
LIEBIGWORLD DISPENSARY
ANDINTERNATIONAL
Medicaland Surgrloal Institute,^301 and 303 West (th St.. Kansas^City, Mil. snd 400 Geary ^t..^San Francisco, Cal.
Fortbe Treatment of all
Chronic1 Surgical 0 seases
Appliancesfor Deformities.
Tbeaheye I. ng eatabllsbed snd most s cceesf nl^epe.'iallste will open private reception parlors at^th- n trtheaet cornert^f Main street aad Broad-^wa^. near Windsor hotel, Butte, Jane 1st
Beetfacilities, apparatus ana equipments for^sr.rceestnl treatment of every form ot disease re^'julrinir medical and surgical treatment.
Sixtytwo new r.etms Tor patients; beet accom^^modations west of New lork.
Writefor Illustrated papers on Deformities^Clnb feet. Curvature of the Mplne, Plies, Tumors,^cancer. Catarrh. Bronchitis Inhalation, Klec-^trtcliy, Maenesl ,tn. Paralyls, Kptlepsy. Kidney,^Blad.-.er, Eye, Ear, hkln aad t^looa, and all^Mirzlcai Operadttns
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book on dls^eates free.
Tbeonly reliable Medical and OurKical Institute^making a specialty of private diseases.
ailHii^od Diseases successfully treated. Sypb-^Ultis P. ieoc removed from the system without^m- rcury. New Keetoratlve treatment for lose of^Vital P. wer Pereoes unable to visit nt maybe^treated at home by correspondence. All commu^ntcations confidential Medicines or lustrum*, ts^sent by mall or express securely packed - ne^ie-rsonal Interview preferred, t ail and consult^is. or send history of your case and we will send^In plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^thousands cannot he cured of Private, rpeclaJ^and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weskneea, aper^maiorr1 rea, Impotency, Syphilis, tyonorrhcea,^teieet, Varirorle. etc., etc.
i'aclscCoast Institute eetshHsbed for nearly a^q-iarter of a century. Corner of Geary ant^Meson streets, ran Francisco, Cal Dispensary^and Drue More occupying whole comer or block
Firstelaes rooms and Board for 300 pet*ei.te at^the sanitarium connected with tbe
Liebig World Dispensary.
City,Mo. or Sen Francisco
ALBERTLEA ROUTE.
TWOTflROUGH TRAINS DAILY^FROMACL and MiNNSAPOLIS
TOCHICAGO
WithoutCumi, ^'ommktix* with thi FAST
TRAINdor avIX LIlfBS FOB THB
EASTAMD SOUTHEAST I
Tbe'DIRECT .and ONLY LINE runnlni^THROCOH CAHS between MINNEAPOLIS saw
DES MOINES, IOWA
VuALBERT LEA on fort UODOE.
tm-SOL.D THROTJOH TRAIMB
bet We EN
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andtbe Principal Cities of the Mississippi Valley,
connectingIn I nion Depot for all points
soi'thi^u Kit
p.^t rc^th*
E^t I
MA NI HOIKS S\VEI)sV,n.0aai3
TW^ TRAINS DAILY to 1' 1 \V K I ITV^LEAVEN Vi ^ RTH sndJrti V^l 1 I.
ATCHInN, making connections with tke Union^Pacific and Atchison, Topeka A canta Fe Railways
K
sT*Cloeeconnections made In Union Depot with^al. tra'ns of the -t PatiL Minneapolis A Sanltoha.^N. rthern Parific: St, Paul A Duluth Ral ways,^from and to all points NteRTB and north W Est
mum
pose
MAI
Callor vldrees K^t aillt-.-aia
Noticefor Publication.
Lassorm at Bujva, Most .
April*7, 18MI.
heTrains of the MINNEAPOLIS^A *T. LOI IS RAII.WA v a e com-^toeed of CO at Ft t RT A BLE DAT C ACRES^N1FICENT PCLL - AN --LEEPINii CARS.^UORTON RE LINING t HAIR CARS, aad .tar^1 uetly celebrated
PALACEDINING CARS!
HF150 LB-.OFB i, 'Ai.BCHECKEDFRBK^rare alwa^e as lew as '(.^ lowest: For Time^Tallies, Through Tickets, est, cell soon tbe^nearest Ticket Agent or write to
Ch. H0LDR DGE,
ActMlnreeioiie Minn
teen'lTkt. A Pass
LSTAEUSeiED1c77.
jas.McMillan ^ co..
PnK OF THE
sIinneapolis Sheepskin Tannery
BZSB,SHEEP PELT3, FUIsS, ^WOOL, T-^-IeL0 V
Ginstngand Seneta Root.
SHEEPPELTS Sr. FURS A SPECIALTY.
lOl.103 A 105 Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. MIT^
ShipmentsSolicitedWrite for t ayseaaSSSsl
NEWSDEALERS.
PERIODICALS.
PALACECIGAR STORE,
E.L. Sliter 8c Co., Proprietors.
FinestImported and Domestic
CIGARSand TOBACCO.
OppositelGrandCentral Hotel Helena M. T.
[Ns.2285.J
Applicationfor s Patent,
CtrrrsDSrarss Lawd Omcx t^Helena, Montana, Mar. 11. 1*^. f
NoClreia hereby given that Idmonil R. Tandy^Aneelsm j. DayiHetn, John s
noticela hereb
erebyse
assmm
thefollowing^his Intention to^make Anal prt^o* in support of his claim, and that^said proof will be made before the register and^receiver at Helena. M. nt . on June 30, lSBk, sSs:^Albert Ward, who made^Ko. Til for the eSi set. aei*.^tp 10 a. r. ^ w.
Thisnotice is published is obedience^C, of July 4. ISfS from the Hon^general and ^ fflce requiring a pre per cescriptl.-n^of the land
Anyperson who desires to protest sgatset the
tooSer^evwlenee is rebu ts! of that ^utmitted
S.W. LANGHORJII,^latst psJvWcstVss April ^. 188*
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's C-storia.
M.N. 111. Thomas^J. Davids--n, Will.sas tsaseavpo t, IVa Dereaport,^He^ry NeUl. aad Fdward D. ^eUi, lr , ^W^po-t fflce address Is Helens. Lewie ard ^ larke^countj. M. T . here his dav Alee I heir application^f^r a -arent for three hnsdred aad afty 9) 100^seres ef the placer mine, bearing .situated^In ut orrncJreti mining district, county of Lewie^and Clarke and territory of Montana, aad desig^^nated ha legal subdivisions se follow*, to-wtt: eVt^seta; as, of eei^ of nei^: swv^ aei^; ws, er^s^: eH^of eH of swi^; eH ofse\a of nwV sec S4: tbesw^w ^wVa aad lot \ sec. ^^, iisi lust las SS0 a^100^acres In twp IL n r 4 w.
Theli-caron of this mine ia recorded in tbe re^l IIISsi ^ ofSce of Lewis and Clarke county, M. T.^in book -F of ranches aad d tehee, pages S*7 and^US. The adjoinlnr claimants are unknown Any^and all pernors claiming adversely any norttoa of^said placer ground are required to file their ^^Teres claims with the register of the I nlted :^land office at Heiena. In th- territory of Moa^during the slit, data period of publication^of. or they wtu hs barred by rtetas of^Ions ef the statute.
.W LAMttHOBHB,^First publication May. 14, 18BS.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
woolci ride,e Hou.se
205South Main Street, Opposite International Hotel.
KFerythinKNew and Complete. Prices reasonable. Rooms by the day, week^or month. Steam heat, gas and elevator. Call and see as. The only fire proof^building in the city.
PAOISIOMOTtlSteam Heat.
Mainstreet. Helena, Montana. B lslneee center of the dry. First class. Ail street cars .^the above bouses. Many restaurants in close proximity at all prices. European Plan, blooms^TV. $1 in, suits S1.S0 per day according to location American Plan $1.* to fi'o per day. Specie^weekly raise No disreputable people allowed.B. O. LENOIR. Prop, both houses.
Lawns and Gardens.
LawnMowers, Lawn Sprinklers and Rakes.^Garden Hose, Hose Stands and Reels
InGreat Quantities and Low Prices,
WeMake a Specialty of
MOWERS
fobCUTTtM
INTERNATIONALHOTEL
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Bes Accom^modations in the city. Kates Reduced; $2 p+*. ay an!^upwards, according to location of rooms.
ThePioneer ot the Gri'eat West
COSMOPOLITAN-HOTEL,
HELENA,MONTANA.
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Ths01(1e^tt. Voert RoHahlev. Letatllne Klrst-class Hotel In th^ TsiTltrtrw
PHILIPSBURG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY'S HOTEL
Ranon Both American and European Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mm T. H. MORSE. ProDrieterM.
HIGHGRASS
EXAMINE
OurStock
BEFOREPURCHASING.
A.M. HOLIER HARDWARE CO
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
BYB ITY INS
DIAMONDSarid WATCHES
Of All IiradeS and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel. Main St.
arthurp. curtin.
Furiiiture, Carpets, Wall Paper
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS.
Hayingleaesvl tbe two upper floors of the Dayldsnn Mock and connected the eejr.a with oar already^immense salesrooms, ws now occupy four entire floors extending through tbe whole block froxs^Jarkeon to Main street, stocked throughout with goods of every grade and at prices that defy ceaSSaV^tltlon. Krery purchase made (tTRiCTXT F'jK CASH PIBB'TLY WHOM FI HfT HAN DM and^^hipped la CAK UOADt) ONLY. An exsmlnstlon of guods and comparison of prices solicited.
PIAXOS,OBO^KHasid MUSICALMERCHADISE.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS
FOESIPZEHHSTGr.
NothingSucceeds Like Success!
SpecialSales Every Day!
AMatchless Stock!
Wemake times lively by selling goods at NEW YORK PRICES. Our grand business for May has been a phenom^^enal success. WitQ every department filled with new and choice goods ty choose from brings us many congratulations
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
MOREATTRACTIVE THAN EVER.
Herean artistic taste 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 bave every thing the imaginary mind can suggest, in alls zes elaborately trimmed and suitable for^anv change ol season.
PeasantCiisulars. the second lot received this month, no two the same color or style, all sizes. Entirely foreign to^auything in this market.
Newmarkets:Eeautiful all-wool Scotch Cheviot Newmarkets, in latest styles, with fine satin facings, for Spring, Sum^^mer or Fall.
SEE OUR
BEADEDWRAPS,
SAILORWAISTS
-AND-
SummerJackets
BeadedWraps, Sailor Waists,
WALKINGJACKETS,
AGrand Variety!! Every Price!!
SHE OUR^
BEADEDWRAPS,
SAILORWAISTS,
SummerJackets.
Silks, Dress Goods, and Wash Fabrics !
NewSilks in new stylsstare added daily to our enlarged stock. The latest agonies in new colors of^Plain, Figured and*Persian Silks. Our btock of Dress Goods and Wash Fabrics is beyond comparison.^To see is to be convinced.
S.. mm II aeavea, U m 11 s-. s-% f i^^1^1 An elegant assortment for rain and sun, or^Un U niDrel laS I ^araSOlS! m fair weather shades. Ail sold under^guarantee. Prices to suit everybody.
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 Cloves.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena

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