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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORXIXG. JTXE 4, 1880.
rielena,Mont., Jan.- 4, l~fe9.
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-1 N f ft NOE N r ha* ^ larger dally clrcula-^,on man an^ newspapar Mtwaan St Paul and^^ortlartd and a largar circulation than any^ataar two dally papara publlahad In Montana,^t nti no pras* roam *ecr*t^, its subscription^aook* ara ooen to maaoction. and It is alwavs^r.adV to prove tnat its circulation le aa repre^^sented
Enteredat the PoetorTtce et Helena ee eecond-^^ sis snattar.
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Thefollowing communication wan re^^ceived last night from I^elegate Carter,^explaining the charge that he hail ap^^peared at Washington an a paid attorney^iu the hearing before the secretary of^the interior upon the question of the ad^^mission of lead and lead ore free of duty.^The statement of Mr. Carter that he ap^^peared solely in his capacity of delegate^in congress fur Montana, and without^fee or reward or hope of reward from^any person or association. Is entitled to^all due credence:
^Hki.i.na.Mont , June :(.^| Editor ludi-^pcmleut. ] ^ Assuming ti.at ^ou were no:^a.tuabd !^;^ malice in charging me. in your^Minday ^^ur. with having accepted corn-^is ligation lor my service* at the recent^heating la-tore the secretary of the tr^ as^at] : but that \ou made the charge through^ii. - , i :^ - on of tact, 1 ask you topuh^lull this statement as au act of simple jus^^tice.
TweDt to, remained at, and returned^from Washington at my own expense, and^acted ni ttie lead hearing for the people ot^Montana, arid without lee or reward or^hope tl.t-reof trom any person or persons,^corporation, association or company.
1expressly stated in the opening words^of njy address that 1 appeared for the peo^^ple ^I Montana, and the secretary of the^treasury understands that 1 was not the^attorney ot any client.
1 he mistake which led you to error oc^( urred this way: .^Senator Wolcott was se^^lected to close the argument for the Amer^^ican lead producers. That distinguished^gent.eman did not undertake to reply to^lli^' legal (mints presented by the represen-^tames of the Mexican lead producers, nor^dnl lie review the testimony presented at^the hearing. His address was general in^it.- term* and very brief.
^Incommon with others who had par^ticipatid in the work, I felt that it was^prudent to prepare an argument which^would inert the legal questions raised by^the other side, and likewise bring out in a^forcible manner the strong points in our^case.
'isenator Wolcott agreed with this view,^but did hot have tune to assist in the prep^aratioii ot the argument. 1 took time, and^in conjunction with Messrs. Bennett and^Van lii.rue, ot I tan, prepared the argu^menl. 1 he was suttdivided, Van Home^and Ileum tt taking the second and third^parts, while 1 was detailed to prepare the^first part relating to the principles of res^adjudicata and state taMa 1 dictated^that part and handed it over to Mr. Ben^^nett without signing it. This was the last^1 saw ot the r. cord until it came out in^print.
1did not sign mv name to any paper in^connection with the matter, as attorney or^otherwise, nor did 1 tell anyone else to^sign tor me. Messrs. Bennett and Van^Hume, knowing the work done by ine,^doubtless felt generously inclined to give^me credit, and with the best^of motives inadvertently placed me^as one of the signers of the^argument which J had helped to pre^^pare, and affixed the word 'attorney' in^^stead of 'delegate.1 When the books a ^ i -^printed it w as too late to correct, save to^explain to the secretary.
Americanlead producers consist of all^the miners and laborers connected with^mines, smelters arid transport! rs ot^ore and bullion in Muntaua and^elsewht re. There is no organi/itk*a^of that name ot which I have ever heard.^The term American had producers was^used at the hearing, as opposed Mexican^lead producers.
Inthe contest before the secretary of the^treasury an holiest , Hurt was made in Is-^half of the American producer.ami I would^not detract in an) way from the contrihu^tion made to the effort by any man. ^^ n^ator Wolcott did all he coulu, considering^other pressing engagi merits, and if oui^cause can Is- made stronger oy siving li'iu^ail the credit, so let it tie. 1 seek a change^of the treasury ruling as the desired result.^That is the matter of importance to Mon^^tana.T. 11. Caiitku.
Itis to Ih^ hoped the treasury depart-^paitmefit will he brought to a realiza^^tion of the fact that until congress shall^w* lit to remove the duty from lead ore^and lead it i.s not for executive officers^to consider the law as of no eff^ct.^W hile the duty is^lected.
asof no^legal it should lie col
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TheSt. Haul (tlobe characterizes the^action of Minister Keid in renting a^house in I'arts at $20,000a year as an^exhibition of snobbishness. The gener^^ality of people will take a diff- rent view^of the subject, which after all is of chief^concern to Mr. R^IA and of very little to^the rest of the world. Mr. Keid is a man^of ample means, having been successful^in business and in matrimony, and if tie^chooses to spend his money lavishly^while residing abroad as a representative^of this government, it is all the better^for the credit of the l uited States, which^does not pay its diplomates enough to^enable them to live iu a style equal to^that which other tirst-clas* governments^require of their diplomates Mr. Keid^will probably have not much better^quarters iu Paris than he has been re^^siding iu New York, and possibly it^never entered his mind that he should^spend no more iu Paris than his salary^as minister amounts to. A first-class^mission is not a ; :i that a man in^even moderate circumstances can afford^to accept, and few of them desire one for^the purpose of saving money from the^salary that attaches to it.
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DelegateCarter has bobbed up as a^senatorial candidate. The Washing^^ton correspondent of the St. Paul^Pioneer Press, who may fairly be^auppesed to obtain his knowledge of^Montana politics from Montanians^who most frequent the national^capital, started the ball a-rolling^by stating, in a dispatch dated the 24th^ult.. that ^Delegate Carter has made a^record here which will go a long way^toward making him I'nlted States sena^^tor from Montana, provided, of course,^that the state goes republican at the fall^election^^a proviso that, under the cir^^cumstances, is very judiciously inserted.^And noting the statement, the Bozeman^Register declares that Mr. Carter ^has^shown himself to be an able representa^^tive of the people mi his position as dele^^gate, and his election as senator would^he a fitting recognition of his eminent^public services.' Thus it seems Mr.^Carter's senatorial boom is fairly^launched.
faithfulmember. So long as Irish na^^tional societies, or similar societies com^^posed of natives of other countries. con-^One themselves to lawful methods for^the betterment of the political or social^condition of their compatriots they will^not be interfered with; should it develop^that the freedom of this country is^abased by murderous conspirators, the^government will be under obligations to^suppress such organizations. It should^be easy for the CUn-na-Gael society to^clear itself from the aspersions of the^murdered man's friends, and it will be^reckless of the patriotic interest it rep^^resents if it does not join bands with the^civil authorities in the effort to bring^the criminals to justice.
Cox,kes.-max-elect Kelly, of Kansas,^has plenty of ammunition for a tour of^the states. When in Arkansas, on the^-'^th ult.. he denounced the authorities^for failing to bring murderers to ju-tice.^^roing to Illinois, he might score the^officers of the law for not arresting the^assassins of Millionaire A. J. Snell and^Dr. P. H. Crouin; in Wisconsin he might^inveigh against the administration^which would permit of the robbery of a^railwav train in a thickly settled section,^as was done last week; and so the Kansan^might find just as flagrant failures of^the law in nine-tenths of the states as be^found iu Arkansas.
Idahois moving in the matter of^statehood, and Shoshone county has^chosen eight delegates to a constitution^^al convention to be held at Boise City on^July 4. If there is any doubt of Idaho's^utness for the honor she seeks it is only^necessary to state that in the Shoshone^delegation of eight there are three^judges (including the ^silver-tongued^^i Liggett, formerly of Montana;, a colo^^nel, a major and a doctor.
Blainewas taken into the cabinet to^do the twisting of the British lion's tail.^The delay in beginning the sport is^proving vexatious. Possibly the Behring^Sr-a controversy may afford the occasion,^but if not some other pretext must be^found.
T.C. Platt is to spend the summer in^Alaska, where the temperature will be^not less chill than he has found it when^in the vicinity of the executive office in^Washington.
Awriter in the New York Sun says:^The method 1 have followed in the earlier^training of canaries is not original with^me. I am Indebted therefor to a Catholic^priest, whose entire success therein en^couraged me to make some efforts on the^same lines.
Iacre are two important preliminaries^in the process: First, you must have no^one else in the vicinity of the bird's cage^^or, better still, in the room: and second, a^rare degree of patience is requisite. Of^these two essentials, moreover, t would^place the greater stress on the latter.
Thesmall bunch of fluff and feathers^and warbling unceasing, whose dainty^tricks shall form the burden of my sketch,^1 called Cap. lie was of a bright yellow^tint, but had a black spot topping his head^and extending well down to the eyes. This^ebony spot, so aeatly placed, suggested his^name. When he first came into my pos^^session Cap was a bit fractious^for a bird.^Here, then, is the method by which 1 tamed^him.
Ata dozen intervals in the day 1 ap^^proached the cage slowly, and, placing^one finger near the wires where the perch^rested, instantly jerked the finger away.^I 1:1- action, which may seem rather fool^^ish, 1 repeated over and over, but always^in gentle fashion, so as not to frighten the^bird, but only to excite his curiosity.^Well, it gradually dawned on the tiny^brain that 1 was afraid of having my finger^pecked^the very impression my action I^was meant to convey. The canary's shy^^ness was becoming obliterated through^i lie novel idea that I was actually afraid ot^him! Cap began i|uite soon to act on this^idea, and with lessening caution each few^Mines. Nor did I fail to give bim oppor^^tunities. By slow degrees I got closer to^the wires and intruded my finger at great^^er length between them, withdrawing it^dir. ctly on the bird's approach, and if he^chanced to overtake and peck it 1 simulat^^ed much misery if not pain at the mishap.
Well,it got so at last, simply by follow^^ing the above rules, that, whether Cap was^eating or bathing or picking his feathers,^be lett off the task and Hew to the side ot^the cage the instant my finger appeared,^and later on, in fact, if I dared come with^^in a yard of his territory' His enjoyment^of my supposed fear of him was merged at^list in genuine temper, and he would^evince it by outstretched wings, sharp^squeaks and eyes that bad as much of the^devil in them as they could hold. At such^unmannerly times he stood on one leg,^grasp the wires with the other claws and^bade me particular defiance.
Capwas now tamed, so the aggravating^measures employed in bringing about this^'omirion were gradually dropped, and a^coaxing system, which varies, of course,^with bird lovers, was adopted to win confi^^dence where I had effectually displaced^fear. Once you tame a bird, M is advan^^tageous to give him the liberty of the room^tor a couple of hours every day. lie thus^has the chance to improve an acquaintance^made behind the bars. But tame him first^in the cage: that is my experience.
Andnow let me recount some of Car's^cute accomplishments- I have time and^again had him alight on my shoulder or on^the top of my head when I was writing,^and he had a trick ot fluttering around or^below from these points and poising with^perfect sang frotd on the bridge of my^nose! This, indeed, was his favorite coign,^albeit a tr.de awkward for me.
Sometimes1 placed his bathing dish on^the palm of ray hand, which 1 held out in^^vitingly, and Cap made not a particle of^b mi ^ a'mut alighting on the dish rim and,^after a few preparations, dousing down in^the water and making it lly while making^his ablutions. Having finished, he would^seek the top of my head, shake himself^thoroughly, and then make the circuit of^the r ^^^in warbling at the top of his voice.^My door often stood open while Cap was^out of his cage, and if 1 left the room his^Invariable practice was to fly after me and^have a ^lift^ down stairs on my^bead or shoulder; while often,^when he heard my steps coming^up and 1 had previously crept out without^his seeing me, he would tiy down to meet^me. Occasionally through Inadvertence,^the cage door has been left open over night^and Cap has awakened me in the morning,^sitting demurely on the bridge of my nose.^This may not appeal very strongly to the^credence of the reader, but it Is a fact, as^are each of the Instances named of my can^^ary's talent for making himself perfectly^at home In the hands and at the expense of^the writer.
themarket. Sold by K- B* Hale A^wholesale and retail agents. Helena.
Ifyou are nervous or irritable, feel lan^^guid, dispirited, or ii yon have sick head^acne, sallow complexion, or offensive^breath, then yoar liver is out of order and^needs rousing. Dr. Henley's Dandelion^Tonic restores the liver to healthy action^and tones up the entire system. Sold by^R. S. Hale * Co., whoiesa.e retail agents,^Helena.
Mydaughter was greatly troubled with^scrofula, and, at one time, it was feared sae^would lose her sight. Ayer's Sarsaparilla^has completely restored her health, and^her eyes are as well as ever, with not a^trace of scrofula in her system ^^G King.^Kiltingly, Conn.
WhenBaby waa sick. w^ ga^r her Ceetoria,
wl.naba waa a OM 1. sr.- Tied for Caatorla,^When she bneame Miee. she clung to Caatorla,^When aha had ChilJreo. she ease tbem (
yrupof Figs Oleenaes the System.^Syrup of Figs I* Pleasant ana Effective,^use Syrus of Fiae for Oonst oet'os.
STOCKS.^is Toaa, June bar sliver. ,
Copper-Doll,lake, June. $:.M ^^Lead^Strong and fairly active;^%
Thestock market to-day e sa more animated^then os Saturday and there was decided strength^In many of t:.e leading shares. Moat of the tm.^portent stocks are higher this evening. The mar^^ket opened weak, t^ot bn)lng and concessions In^prices BJVBM4 larger proportlone and the bot^^tom war i dckly reached. Northern Pacific^storks then suddenly sprang la to activity and^sharply advanced. Rumors accompanying the^improvement were to the effect that the expected^settlement ^f tl.e points at lreue between that^romnany and the L'uion Pacific had heen satisfac^^torily acjueted end It hsd become knows that^l'reslilsnt Oakee had left tor the wee'. The only^important changes were advances of IS, in North^^ern Pacific preferred. Its In Delaware ^ Hudson,^i^ In Jersey Central and 4 per i-n! In Oregon^Mevigetlon. governments steady
Petroleumopened at -- ^. closing at
(sovernment honne. ^e, Hf; **e. !!^.-,^Northern Pacific, to. preferred, Oregon^Improvement, Mi Oregon Navigation. '^^^^;^Transcontinental. :;^vi. Union Parlflc, ^^% .
Moseyon caU easy at ;^: . Prime inerten-^tUe paper, 3^.1. MerUnir exchange dnll and^steady. sixty day bills, fr*.-^^v I demand S4.^u.
Caicaao,.)one .1^1:15 p. m^Close^Wheat^^S eady; cash, TSH^oS; .Inly.
Corn-Steady;cash. ^V inly, MVi.
Oat*-Easy rash \ tt: I ulv, -Ms^***.
Pork-Steady;cash, fli TVit'.l ^O; July, $11.75,
t-ardSteady; cash. $^ n.'sniA July, io.Ti^'ii^T5.. __
Cmcaeo,June :i ^Cattle^ Hecelpte, 15,nnn; 5^^10c lower; beevee. $4 ^^^$4.17H; steers $3 Hfift^4 20; Blockers an i feeders. fii.Kifri 6 ^; Texas cat^tie lower, ft fs^Tj.$.'! H6.
Hol-s Hecelpte, Ai.OUO: slow and 5e lower;^mixed, $1 4*avt ii; light, }4 ASH ^ : heavy, 94 ^^04.40.
SheepHecelpte, l.miO: shade easier; natives,^$11Hi; wee tern shorn, t- *^'ii'
Hakesthe lives of nunr people miserable,^causing distresa after i.itlii^', sour stomach,^su k headache, heartburn, loss of appetite,^a faint, ^aU gone^ feeling, hau taste, coated^_ .t^ii_-ii'', and Irregularity ot
DIStreSSthe bowels. Dyspepsia does
After not P' t e-f itself, it
P f-re.juires r.ireful attention,
tafltlg aaW ^ r~.!y i tn flood'*
Rarsaparlll1. wiiirli acts gently, yet efficiently,^it tones the Momach. regulates the diges-^rion, creates a g-^d at- JSjck^petite, banishes headache,Jj .
an.ipsfrwahe* th.- iinna. Headache
1 have been troubled with dysi^epsla^ I^bad but little appetite, and what I did eat
Heart-' ^'^ ur ^*'d n'
Klit,le eiH^'' AfI, r e;ain^ 1
DUrn ajaaM tmm .1 faint or tired,
art-gonefeeling, as though I had not eaten
anything. My trouble was aggravated by
springi took Hood's s.ir- SOU'
saparilla,whleh did mm an StOfTiaCh
Immenseamount of good. It gave me an
appetite,and my food relished arid satisfied
thecraving I had previously experienced.''
OeokueA. Page, Watertown, Mass.
Boldby ail druggists, g!: six for f.\ Prepared only^ay C. I. Hi Hill A Co., Apothecaries. Lowell. Masa.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Glove-FittmpCorsets Sti I Ahead
aranow made with our
Smnn'hh !^^JSf am
Toavoid discomfort^caused by ihe lapped^^earn, formerly used.
Aperfect fit with abso^^lute comfort now guar^^anteed
SHORT.MEDIUM.^EX R* long
BestGoods, Most Comfortable to^Wearer, and Cheapest for Quality.
Agentleman who had suffered great an^^noyance and pain from barber's itch, and^who bad been treated by the best physi^^cians, without relief, says that two bottles^of Uutard's Specific cured bim and left bis^face perfectly smooth, without a scar. It^never fails in skin diseases. Sold by K. ^^Hale A Co., wholesale and retail agent*.^Helena.
Portlakd,Ore., Jan. 12.
Havinga severe backache last summer. 1^tried the Oregon Kidney Tea. 1 used one^can. which sffected a radical rare. 1 would^reoomruend it to all who are afflicted as an^unfailing remedy.Jt'Lics At a.
oldby K_ S. Hale A Co., wholesale and^retai agents, Helena.
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Forcetheir way into many a household^that might be protected from their inroads,^i by the simple precaution of keeping in the^bouse that benign family medicine and^safeguard of health, Hostetter's Stomach^^ Hitters. Particularly where there are chil-^^ dren, should tt be kept on hand, as a^I prompt remedy for infantile complaints^; in their outset easily conquerable, but^i which if allowed to engraft themselves on^the delicate child sh organism, are easily^11 is lodged, and speedily work grevious^i mischief. Irregularity of the bowels. In^^digestion and biliousness, are ailments of^I common occurrence in the household. Chil-^: iiren luing in malarious regions, are more^! liable to be attacked wtth chills and fever^than adults, and the ravages of that fell^disease In their system are speedier and^' more serious. In remote localities, far^from professional aid. it is especially desir^^able.
FORSALE EVERYWHERE.^I. IM.Iiov, BATrHELLEB A co.,
Successorsto THOMSON. LsNGDON ^ CC.^New York,^sole masithttriss.
No.S8 South Davie Street.
Po Box Mt Helena, M. T.
Pontichnlldlnm. church ee and dwelling houses^decorated In the latest style.
Willtarnish designs Decorated Hon. W. A.^Clark's and M J Talbot's residences, Butte.
scratchwork and Xmboaaed Ornamentation^erented. a specialty.
WhoLas fine Ha'.r. and desires to pre^^serve its color, abundance, and lustre,^should use Ayer's Hair Vigor as a
lri^It keeps the scalp clean and
cool,ami U by far the most exquisite^toilet preparation in the market.
B.M. Johnson, M. D-, Thomas Hill.^Mo. says: ^^ I have used Ayer's Hair^Vigor in mv family for a number of^years, an l regard it as the best hair^[^reparation I know of. It keeps the^sealp clean, the hair soft and lively, and^preserves ^i.e original color. Mj wife^has asnl it for a loug time with moat^satisfactory results.
Mrs.S. A. Rock, of Anderson. Texas,^writes : ^ At the age of 34, in Monroe,^I-a . I hail a severe attack of swamp, or^malarial, fever. After I got well my^hair commenced coming ont. and so con^^tinued until it hsyl well nigh all gone.^I uses! several kinds of hair reeforera,^hut they did no good. A friend gave me^a bottle of Ayer'a Hair Vigor. Before^finishing the rirst bottle mv hair began^to grow, and by the time I used three^tmttles, I had a fine head of hair.
rsiriuuby^Or. J. C. Ayer ^ Co., Lowell, M^Bold by I irufgists and Pertui
3North Main St., Helena, M. T.
Thisweek la oar
Weshall display an Eleesnt Line of
TKlXXBDaxtdOTKIMMID HATS and BOS^NBTB
FLOWSrk the sreat erase for this as aeon, we^are sbossiay in greet profusion
Wecall attettioa to our heeatlf ol collection of^M'MXEK DRaSSESfor Ledlaa, Misses sad
Inour IM'\^T^' DEPARTMENT we display an^extensive and elegant Hoe of i-OSli and^SHOUT CLOAKS. RuHIS, slips, SKIKTS^In flannel and musiln, etc., at most re as. sjs^^ble prices
OilClothing and Horse Covers
SnagProof Rubber Boots.
St.Panl Branch M Ka-t Third St.
MinneapolisBranch. 201 Nicollet Ave.^John j. Tallmadgx, Manager.
Forsale by all dealers. Ask for them^and take no others.
W.F. Franklin,^Resident Salesman, Helena
Thefinest pleasure resort and^pic-nic grounds in the vicinity^of Helena.
TakeMotor for Kessler's and^a free rich' will be given to the^Grounds and return.
Openat all times.
(Successorto Johnson A King.)
Hacksfurnished for Weddings,^Funerals. Balls, Etc, at Reason^^able Rates.
Baggge transferred to and from^all trains to all parts of the city.^OHAS. F. STUART Prop.
Olfice^Grand Central Hotel. Telephone^205.
CornerBroadway and Warren Stree^,^Opposite U. 8. Assay Office.
THOS.O'BKIKN A SON. Prope.
Agentfor Butterirk's Patterns and^Hall's Bazar Forms.
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WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awnings^and the latest Improved, fixtures for hanging.
Canvasof all kinds and widths from X Inches^wl'le to liO Inches wide always In stock,
Thelatest Improved Camp Uoods.^MAIN -s: ksht. .... HKLBNA
Officeand Ware rooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday sod night. Finest stock ot goods In^Montana bodies preserved any length of time.
J.B. MiNNKTT. Manager
Furnishedat the Yards, Montana Central
Materialhas been furnished for Court House,^Flr-t an . Montana N*u r-^i i w,g.
NewlyFitted and Newly Furnished througacu^Ladles and Uents Baths. Barrier Shi p.. Bar anC^Blllard Ball, wlU all Modem Improvements.
Withspecial accomodations tor Commercial^Travelers.
BfSRt va TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS
J.K. RAIN Agents.
AHistory of Our Heroes, Our Statesmen, Ou^Scholars, Our Men of Note In Every F laid.
TheOnly National Standard,
Appteton'aCrcloptedi* of American Bfoerft-^pby^ contains t m^^trraphlcal sketch of every per-^eon eminent tn American civil and military histo^^ry. In law and politic*, in divtnltv, literature and^art. In science and In Inevntlon. fncinalne d is tin^eaiehed persons horn abroad that are related to^our national history, and embraces all the conn^trie* of North and Socth America. It to a com^plete history of the New World In every branch^^ human achievement.
PAULS. A. BICKEL
Isprepared to do all kinds ot
Onshort notice: to furnish plans, specifications^and estimates, and sui erintend construction of^t^rld^^e, roofs, masonry, foundations, sac.; also,^to examine and report the condition of existing^enidne*^rlnc works in reference to their strength^and safety.
Room7, North Main street. No. 119*.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,304 dearboui rra,
Attorneyand Counselor at Lai
MASONICTSM! ,.E HILXXA. M. T.
VT^HISAflY BUBO MOM,
i Brack * Piarjer's tsteblee, Lower Mils^s:trees Telephone No. iso.
Limit*',number of :ot^ In this addition Mr sale.^^i*t dealrable residence property tn the city.^For prices and terms, enquire ot
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PAULSENA. R O IE
The112th Anniversary of American!^Independence will be Celebrated^at Helena, on
THURSDAY,JDLY 4 1889,
WITH GREAT DISPLAY AND MAGNIFICENCE.
M'CONNELL,^I I T E O T S
Theeventful day itself always affords the occasion of a grand demonstration,^bnt supplemented as the day will be by the assembling of the members of the^Constitutional Convention that is to form the fundamental laws of the State, prob^^ably for a century, will add a significant feature to the anniversary that can never^occur again. On the Fenrth of July. \W. the people will assemble at Helena aa^lawmakers, patriots and citizens to bid farewell to Territorial bondage and join In^a general thanksgiving and rejoicing over another year's existence that shall see^forty-two stars emblazoned upon the azure field of the grand old flag. At the^same time there will be Foot Days' Racing at the Fair Grounds by some of
Granddisplay of F1RK WORKS, MOVING TABLEAUX of HISTORIC SCENES^and IXDCS IRLAL FLOATS. The city PAINTED RKD in the evening by the^rrandest pvrotechnic display ever seen in the Rocky Mountains, and by the parade^of Flambeau Clubs. SEVEN FIRST-CLASS Military and other BANDS will en^^liven the procession and pageant with appropriate music, which will also give an^open air eon cert, free to all. A distinguished speaker will be announced later as^the 11 rat or of the Day. The Declaration of Independence will be given by a dis^^tinguished artist. The people of Montana and the adjoining Territories are cor^^dially invited. Excursion tickets will be iseued by all the railroads, good also for^the races.Helena. June 3, 18*^.
WhiteleySolid Steel Mowers and Binders!
UnqualifiedlyftkiBest, the Lightest, Most Complete Strongest, and the Only Absolutely Satisfactory Machines on Earth.
TheOld Reliable CHAMPION Front Cut Mowers.
AFull Line of Hav Rakes, including the .TIGER, HOLLINCSWORTH and the^BONANZA.
HayLoaders and Hav Presses.
Nichols6l Shepard Co. and Bellville Threshing Outfits.-^Binders* Twine, Wool Sacks and Twine and Sheep Shears.^THE CELEBRATED BAIN WACONS.
AFull Line of Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, Concord Harness, Etc.^Duplicate Parts for all Machines Kept in Stock.
A.J. DAVIDSON ^ CO., Helena and Bozeman.
F.S. LANG ^ CO.,
STOVES. RANGES, CROCKERY,^Glassware,
LAWNMOWERS, GARDEN HOSE,
StoneJars, Wire Fencing,
.Ice Cream Freezers,
CALIFORNIACABBAGE AND NEW POTATOES.^MICHIGAN APPLES.BUTTER, EGGS,
ARRIVINGDAILY BY EXPRESS
CHEERIES -A.2STIJ^ STEAWBEHRIE8.
OtherCalifornia Fruits as Soon as in Market.
M.G. COHN ^ CO
CornerEdwards Street and Park Avenue.
NoGoods at Retail.
Halfway RctMsrii Postofflrp unci liroadsrmtpr's Hot ^^|^rlne^. Hsu^sr Atciiu..
Forthe Reception of Patients with diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose^and Throat; for the treatment or Chronic Ailments,
Andfor th. Irsstmenl of hemorrhoid ipll.si and other Rectal Diseases: Stricture and allien^dlsordsn), OlisMsiof the Bladder and K Idners . all affections surgical and medical of the Pelvic^Viscera and Diseases of tn. 8^in. All modem Imorov.ment*. All private rooms. No wards.
Hot.Cold. Medicinal and Electric Baths free to patients of Sanitarium Take Motor at either^depot for Sanitarium The sit. Is picturesque, heslthy and and Inviting Office corner of Main^ttrssl and Sixth av.nue. over Murphy's ator., reached by hors. car and motor
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURlifo
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. 1
Wholesaleand Recall Onaiora li.
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildin*.
irou,Steel, Horse and Mule blues. Horse NaU^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Qoois,^Hose, Belting, Tinner's Stock, Force and Liic Pumps,
GasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Tool;
at.A^^nM r.r tn. Oslscrstss
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORIV !
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
AuDd W. O Ptaner^ Cincinnati Hotel and family
WROUGHT IRON RANGE.
OenteunlalRenl* erators. Ica Cbests, Water Coolers.^Ice Cream Pre szers, Wood and Wlllowware, Qlaas^and Queensw.re, English and American C .tltry^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Gtcte aid
Bippiles.House FurnishU^ flood*, K.U... tu
i^*ry t6j u ^f.-tUtuU'r last**- nnei.lise*. ^ ^ UUM *^^^; u^^3 not rr.^- mmM tt
WOUSAil AND KtlAIL biOtk Or CVdUk II fB
3'e-s fr.ro t^^ 0*.-xtr^ tslltltM in tssslri P-r ^si^i ^tusntl^p istftiwiii
OI.ARKE.CONRAD ^ CUTlTIN
ChemicalLal)oratorv.^A. W. HAND,
Galen Rlo^k, Foot of Broadway, Helena,^Montana. P. O. Box 711.
Forfull particulars address
OR.M O PARSONS, or^OR. MtBfcR ROdARTS.
NB Temporary arrangements for pat'anti ara mad. until May 15th. when the Sanltarlun^will b. com; teteo
Doesnot slack when exposed to the air as most all othei^Boft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^thracite in character, and doe* not till the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 BWAY
ito V H. ooorim |
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corre^^pondence solicited. Yard and Factor1, near N. P Depot
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
eM .n.rs. ^^i I -oao Ossllstsi, .n. .ngprssd by tn. (ublls 'mi'.rt' as^^tro^^s^M. tsfssl and tsst of .n kt^h ssslsshss.
A.M. HOLTEK HARDWARE CXX
OHNsTRAI.AOfTNTS, HB.HWA MONTANA.
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.
NEXTDOOR TO P0ST0FFICE.
Stationery,Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ot Notions,
.Lumber, Laths. Shindies, Sash, Doors. Mouldings and Finishing'^Material. All Kinds of Hardwood Lumber C nstantly on Hand
Offlc and TsM ro-o^r NscionaJ an4 Lroial. av... toot if hVxlneT street Tel^i.tio^^ No. t.
i PrompUj Attended tu. CuuD) ttrOers ^.tldted.lilLgNA. M. t.
ArtwtdStncttr to trehrtttturml Work
riansmmi mctacMtou drmsrm. Work nptr-^MM
TheNew York Herald makes the perti^^nent sngiresjtion that before the Cronin^murder ease Is finally disposed of the^Chicago police should ascertain beyond^doubt whether there is any law, written^or unwritten, of the Clan-na-Gael society^which sanctions the murder of an un-
BARNETT,MAY ^ CO.,^Real Estate and Insurance
Nit odp person in fifty arrive! at the ace^of forty, who u not troubled with kidnry^or urinary complaint in some form. To^those afflicted with pain in the back, noo-^retention of urine, nervous debility, paio~^ful or suppressed menstruation, we can of^^fer a remedy that has been in constant use^over twenty years, Orefron Kidney Tea.^This preparation has done more for suffer^^ing humanity than any other medicine in
Havingrepaired and ea arged aj Laborascr*.^am boss prepared to give all kotos op ASSAYS^a!td CHEMICAL *URK at short m^dcc. Mm^from the ro-ntry by mail or express receive^prvmpt attention Samples kept six rsonths, and^all woafc ^uaraoteed
Willexamine, report oa acd isiynttste the sale^of ^Lixtea.
JacAinnstreet, rear rirst NaUocal
GoodBargains in City Property Always on Handf
ChoiceLots in the Best Additions to Helena.
FireInsurance placed in tne Strongest Companies,
ROOMS5 AND 7,
ICE, I C^C. A. BLACKBURN
Isthe most reliable dealer in the city. ThirtteD^years in the business.
Office2C^0 Bridge St. Telephone 110.
TEICHERT WICK, Prop'rs-
A*TT A ^s PI c\c^ v KXTRAN^-F ON JACKSON 8TRKKT^r\ Y L^^ f\ D L^KJk^ t\ , Altjo, ruuu MAIN 8TRKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
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ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL, HOTEU
ROBBERS OF dead PI
HungarianGhouls Suffer I^Crimea at the Hands of^dignant People.
JonjtsTtkn. June 8^At ^^yesurda) mornuiK an old rail^had walked trmn ^s:itf Hi.How^to a number of turn who were c|^on tne platform ot the station^Tille and *tid: -tietitlemen, lw^Kun with me half an hour ago 1^bra murderer, jetwttb no f*^hav id u u^ r fur m^ crime,^below here I watched thre- if^aloiiK the bank stealint; jeweli^bodit^ ot dexl wive* and dttught^who had been robbed of all Hit;^on eartn.
H' had no sooner finished til^teiie^. u an hve burlj meu snif^way to the scene ol 11 under, i^con ot tujir and auultier wilti^In twenty minutea they had^two of their victims, who^the act ut ruttinx |^oces from]^and nutters trom ti e bands^the dt .ut women. With a revol^at the scoundrels, tiie leader o^shoutsd: ^Throw up your ha^blow your beads off ^' Witt^faces and trembling forms they^order and begged fur merry,^then searched, and as their pocl^emptied ot then Khaaiiy hiitls,^llou of the crowd waa tnki^when the bloody lineer of an li^cled w*ith two tiny itold ritiits^amonir the n.under in ihe iea^i^the cry weut up, ^Lynch t'n^them.^ Without a moiiittit's i^were thrown at^out tlu-:r n^ i h
weredan^m.h trom limits at I
branchesot which an hour t^etort^tatiKied the remaius ot their
.lustas the shadows besjMtl^the earth Saturday eveumn (hut^gariaiig were MMeMl sUaiilm^their way sjouk the banks ot^mauirh towards ^ang lluiiow.^ot Uietr puroose, several lsrn.i^themselves and started in puts^their most horrible fears win^the It unitarians were out lor ftm
l.yiiiKupon the shore tbey c^the deatl and mantcletl In hiy ot^Lpon ber t^erson were a nuiutwr^^ is. jewelry and two diamond^their eagerness to secure the nl^11 uuiraitans not into a ...^which one of their uiiniiier ^ \er^Her ui ou w hich were the ruiiis a^to run with his feartul prize, i In^nature of the deed so wrought u^suitix tanners, who by this tunc^at hatitl, that they nave immt tli^.Some ot the Hungarians showt d^being outnumber^l were comp. ll^for their lives. Nine of the brutes^but four were driven into the sur,^and to their death. 'Ihe human^whose atrocities have been descri^anion* the number ot invoiun^rides.
.lamesWalters, attorney, spent^in Alma hall and relate* a thrilln^One of the moat curious occurreiu^whole disaster was how Walters .^hall. He has Ins otlire on Hie set.
Hishome is at 1X^ W alnut street.
hewas in the house with till^the wat. rs strui k it. AH^away. 1 lie W alters family^roof in another direction. H^down several streets and alleys^came to the hail. His dwelling M^^^ditne and he was thrown into^office, .tin ut two hundred pel^t Ken rt tu^e in the hall and we^second, third and fourth stories.^h^ Id a meeting and dn w up som^which all wete hound to respect,^was chosen present. Rev. Heal^tn cbarK- ot Un- se^'^^nd rl(M^r. A. .V^the third Moor, and Ur. Mattliru^fourth floor. No li^ht wan allowt^whole u^Kht w as .-pent in dark bi n^The scenes wi re most agon ,^heartrending. ^hneks, aolm an^pierced the Klooiny darkness, and^of childien was mmitled with^pressed sobs of the women. Not^during all the dark night. Many^hours in prayer. Their supphcatu^mingled with the roar of the wat^the shueks of the dying. In all^ery two women gave premature^children. Dr. Matthews had seve^crushed by limber and his iniuri
verysevere. ^ el U^UM sick. W i . n t^across the^two other^and admin
lsurrender**! ui^ t/ie^ng day as the resul^M;^s Hose Vi ^ung,^i :n tl.e hali, w... tnj^sed.
Thevocal organs are strengthens^use of Ayer's t'herry Pectoral,^men. lawyers, singers, actors. ^:..|^speakers hnd this preparation the [^fective remedy lor irritation ami *\^of the throat and lungs, and lor^tions of the vocal organs.
Kmkirn's Artilta ^al^.
Thebest salve in the world Itl^bruises, sorea, ulcers, salt rheiio)^^ores, tetter, chapped hands, t^corns, and ail skin eruptions, an.^ly cure* pile., or no pa^ i ^ ,^guaranteed to give perm t sal.si^moie ^ refunded. Price 'Si .-^ :it-^Kor sale by It. Hale A Co.
The^ lear-ll, aolfs.1,,, ,,f
Whilethe iu^ r ^- ol the van .;^purifiers are being ^hown up to tl^advantage possible by their sev r |^la. Hirers, we would suggest to^feeling the need of such a medici^tl.. ) try a dose of BL l^atrirk's Pi^as- re th.m that they will not or.lj^prised, but delighted with the^I hose who wish to feel the am^buoyancy and ch ar headedneas t.^should take Nt i'afnrk's 1'ills Kl^t^y II M. I'archen ,v Co
inhis new discovi ry for
ceetiedin producing a medicine wi^acknowledged by all to be sunpl^ous. It is exceesiingly pleasai^la te, perfectly harmless, and^sicken. In all easts of consuul^r^oughs, colds, whooping etmgti.^bronchitis and pains in the chest^gives universal satisfaction. Dr.
centsby H. .^s. Hale * ^^,. * *^ '
CareKm riles.^Itching pile* are known by mnlatuj^perspiration, producing a very dis^atile itching after getting warm,^torn., as well a* blind, bleeding an^trudmg piles, j ie!d at once to the ai^tion of Dr. IVssankrr's pue Ut-m. dy^act* directly U(s,n tiie paru ahV '^sorbing the tuners, allavmg the ir^.-tchi'ig and effecting a perinant-rii^Kifty t erita. Addrees 'I he Dr. ii,^M.-diciije company, I'igua, t) Sold^S. Hale A Co.
TheNew His. , , ,
Tonhave heard your friends and^bors talking about it. Vou may yt^be one of the many who knows Iron^^onal exi-erience ju.t how gnud a th
is.If you have ever tried it. you ar^of its staunch friends, because the wi^ful thing about it is, that wh^-n once^atrial. Dr. King's New Discnverv
orChest trouble, secure a bottle at^and give it a fair trial. It is guarar^every time or money reflinrtt d.
Tnalbotths free at R. .^y Hale A^dr ug store.
ASure Care for FUm.^Dr. Kirk s (rerman 1'iie Ointment^ei r* 1 Klind, !'.!^^-d;ng and Itching^w t all other ointment* have faile.^ah. r: s Un- tumors, allay* the itcbii^once, act* aa a poultice, gives tnstan^llet. Dr. Kirk'* German I'lle Oinime^prepared only for piles and Itching ot^private part*, and nothing else. Y^box is warranted. .V^ld by drugg.s^Rent by mail ou receint of once an* .^and tl per box. Soli^Helena.
R.is. Hale A
toagh ' and Coagh '! ami Cough I^What in the worid :^ the reason you^cough and keep coughing and still c^trying interior medicines when He^Cherry Cough .^syrup will positively rei^your cough at once'.' Thi* is no ad vt^ing scheme, but an actual fact and^guarantee iL for sa^e by all drugg^K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and^agents.
i Blood Elixir la the
Blood Remedy gua^toed. It la a positive care for L'lcors, E,^tionaor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies^whole system, and banishes all Rheum^and Neuralgic pains. We guarantos^For sal. by R a. Haia * Co.
AnExprsssloB of Itellgat.
^boota week ago,^ says a Lot^galea, CmL, druggist, ^a Chinaman can