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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 1889.
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WORKOF JUDGE LYNCH.
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Broadway,Hrlena,^). Box 71*1.
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FICE.
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ROBBERS OF DEAD PUNISHED.
HungarianG^iou'i Suffer for Their^Crime* at the Hands o* an In-
dgrant People.
witha lame shoulder. I aold him a bottle^of Chamberlain's I'ain Balm and guaranteed
thatit would pure birn. lie came in again^last .^ t. and as mno as be got inside tbf^door besjao to swing his arms over his bead^like an Indian club swinger. 1 thought^the blamed fool had a fit. but he finally^stopp.-^l long ennagh to say: ^MVdicine^velly fioc. vellv fin*-: alle same make me^feel plenty good.'' Chainberlain's Pain^Balm is without an ^-^juaJ for sprains, rheu^^matism, arhes, pains or lame bark. Kor^Mia b^ H. M Parchen A Co.
HOK-E AH.WTTVTS.
J^^^^^ Jasaa ^ -At 130 o'clock^ye-su-rda) w -ri. - an '-Id railroader who^l,a^i walked from ^ang Hollow slep;^ed up^tn a numbe r nf men who were cmgregate.l
^n tb- platform of the station at Curran-^\ille and stid: ^lientlemen, bad 1 a shot^^gun wltb me half an hour ago 1 would now^be a murderer, yet with M fear of M^having to self r for m^ crime. Two miles^te-low here 1 watched t.'.rei- men going^along Uie bai.k stealing jewels from the^bodiiof de-a^i wives anil daughter* ot men^who l.ad be^-n rubbed of all they held dear^on earth.''
Hebad no sexi^e-r finished the i^^*t sen^U-iii.e ti an hvi- buriy men were on their^way to the; I lender, one with a
conot rope a;.d another wish arevoivei.^In twenty mn. .^- ihey Lad oveitakcii^two of liieir victim*, who were then in^the act ot cutting BaMM tr^iu tne ear^^and fingers from the hands of two ot^the drael Sjaam. With a revolver levele^l^at the scouudreir. iae leader of tbe po^sc^shouted, 'lliro* up your hands or I'll^blow your aeads off '.^ With blanched^taee-a and ir^ mining tonus they obeyed the^order and :.. gg.-d for mercy. 1 Ley were^then searrlied. and as their pockets were^emptied ot then gLaoti} buds, the indigna^^tion ot 11. etowd was iiiU-im.ti-.l. and^when the o.oody Lnger of an infant, eneir^cl'il with two t.n^ gold rings was found^among the p.under in the leader's pocket,^the cry v^e-ji up, ^^Lynch tbem,^ Lynch^them.'' \\ iluoul a moment's delay ropes^were thrown about their m-cks and tLev^were dangling from limbs of trees in ibe^bajajajsjSjsa ot wnicb an hour f^etore were ,-ri^tangled the remains ot their pluudereu^Bseajsaav
lustas the xbadnwie l^egan to tail upon^the earth .Saturday even ng VMM lluii^garians bbbbbj noi.rni otea.tliily picking^lln-ir ve.iy u.'.ng the hank.-of the Cone-^maugh e.warns .-ung lioiiow. (tMpatawajt^ot their puroo^e, several l^riu^r^ ainml^ttieuiaeives and started in pursuit. ^ ^. n^ir most horrible fears were real zed^^the Hungarians were out lor plunder.
Lying.pon the shore they came upon^the dead and mangled body of a woman.^I pon her person were a number ot trink
*is. jewelry and two diamond rings, in^their eagerness to secure the plunder tbe^iiungauans got into a Mjuabie, during^which one ot their number w-M-rrd tne bn-^ger upon wLirli were tne rings arid started^to run * ith his fearful prue. t he revolting^nature ^^f the deed so wrought up the pur^suing farmers, who by this tune w.reclose^at hand, that they gave immediate chase,^.^sonic ot the Hungarians showed tight, but^being outnumbered were compelled to flee^tor their lives. Nine of the urutes escaped,^but four were driven into the surging river^and to their death. The human monster,^whose atrocities have been described, was^among the number ot involuntary sui^^cides.
lamesWalters, attorney, spent the night^m Alma hall and relates a ti.rilling BBSCy,^One of the moat curious occurrences of the^whole disaster was how Walters got to the^hall, iie has his office on the second floor.^His home is at 135 Walnut street. He says^he was in the bouse w ith bis family when^Uie^.ii.r^ -^ruck it. All were carried^away. 1 he Walters family drifted on a^MM in another direction, lie passed^down several streets and alleys until he^MM to the hall. His dwelling struck that^^innee and he was thrown into his own^oil.-e. About two hundred per^ons had^t.iken re luge in the bull and were in tin^MMMft, third and touitb atones. The men^held a meeting and drew up some rules,^which ail were bound to respect. Walteis^was chosen present. Rev. ileal was put^in charge ut the second floor. A. M. Hart of^the third tloor. and Dr. Mattnews of the^fourth floor. .No light was allowed and the^wholt ii'ght was spent u^ darkness.
Themm wire most agou'zing and^heartrending, shrieks, sobs and moans^pierced the gloomy darkness, and the cries^ol cbildien was mingled with the sup^^pressed sobs of the women. Not one slept^during ail tbe dark night. Many knell for^hours in prayer. Their supplications were^mingled wan the roar of the waters and^tbe shrieks ol the dy ing. In all this mis^^ery two women gave premature birth to
.li.ii l^r. Matthews had several of his^crushed by timber ami his injuries were^very severe, yet through ah be attended^the sick. When two women in a bouse^across the street shouted for help he with^two other brave MM cliuibed across adritt^and adiiunisten c'. to their wants.
Noone died during tbe night, but women^and children surrender^ uo their lives on^lb. MMMttMJ day as the result of terror^and fatigue. Miss Rmbj Young, on^of the^young ladies in the hail, was frightfully^cut and bruised.
%MaMal i ^ f^|^lni^*n.
k.Hainbridge Mundv. baj^, county at^t'^.rn^-y, Clay county, Texas, says: ^Have^u^ed Electric Hitters with most happy re^^sults. My brother, also, was very low with^malarial fever and Jaundice, but was cured^by timely use of Ibis medicine. Am satis^^fied El^cilia Hitters sav.d his life.
Mr.I^. L Wiicoxsoii. of Horse Cave. Ky.^adds a like testimony, sajiLg: He posi-^t ve,y believes he would have died, had it^not bee:n for Electric Hitters.
Thisgreat remedy will ward off, as well^M cure ail malarial diseases, anil tor all^Kidney, Liver, and stomach Ilisorders^^tands uneouaied. Price 50c. and |L at K^^ Hale A Co.'a.
Thevocal organs are strengthened by the^use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Clergy^^men, lawyers, singers, actors, and public^speakers find this preparation the most ef-^leetive remedy for irritation aud weakness^of the throat ami lungs, and for all affec^^tions of the vocal organs.
Iliifklen'- Arnirs .salve.
'Itie best salve in the world tor cuU,^bruise-, si r.-s, nV-rs, snlt rheum, fever^sores, tette r. emm, pod hands, oiuiblains,^corns, and ail skin ^ ruptious, and positive^^ly cures pio-s. or uo pay required. It is^guarante ed to give peru-ct satisfaction, or^mom y reiumle-d. i'riceij cents per box.^K..r -a'e by u. ^. i! A Co.
The^ lear-lleiiile,lii.^^ ot Voath.
Wt.i.ethe mi : ^- oi i ^ various blood^^ rs are in-itig ^^^^^ up to the best^advantage possible b^ their several manu-^facturers, we would ^ ..itu-M to persons^fe eling the nee-d ot sue *i a medicine, that^they try adi se of m. Patrick's Pills, and^a.^.- r.-ti . in that the^ will not only be sur-^iri- d. but deb^'lite-d wi:n tb- result.^I hose who wish to teei the animation,^buoyancy and cl^ ar headeV.ness ol youth^should take ^t. PMrtrk's lMis. Kor sale^by H M. Parchen A C^e.
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inhts tit w disc, v ry ior cnusuuip' on, suc-^ceedesl in producing a medicine MM h is^ai-kin wlMlged by aii to be sin.ply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly pleasant to the^taste, perfectly harmless, and does not^sicken. In ail cases of consumption,^coughs, colds, whooping cough, cioup,^bronchitis and pains in the chest it has^given universal satisfaction. Or. Hoaan-^ko'.- Cough and Lung ^yrup is sold at 60^cents by R. S. Hale * Co.
CureToi I'iles.
Itching\^il-n are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree-^aide' itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blintl. bleeding and pne^tr..ding pile... vieldat mnv to the applica-^11. n of l^r Itosankie's Piie Kemedy, which^acti direct;^ upon the parts atTected. ab^^sorbing ti e tune rs, aila^ mg the intense^itching and effecting a pi ruianent care.^Kiftv cents. Address The Or. Uosanko^Mill!'':.,.' ^uan, PMMh O. S^^ild bv r.^^^ Hale A
1lie- \e-%^ IHmnvery.
Tonhave hi ard jour friends and neigh^^bors talking about it. You may yourself^be one of the many wh.v knows from per^^sona! experience just bow M] a thing it^is. If you have ever tried it, you are one^of its staunch friends. It cause tbe wonder^^ful thing about it is. that ^Ii-d once given^atrial. Or. King's New O.scovery ever^after holds a p act in the house. If you^have never used it and MMsM he afflicted^with a cough, cold, or any Throat, Lung^or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once^and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed^everv tune or money reflmded.
l'uall.ottl, s tree at R ^. Hale A Co.'s^dr.ig store.
AHur^ I'urf ror I*ilea.
b. Kirk's C^erman Pile Ointment-has^ci I 1 Hlind, Weeding and itching Pile*^w i all other ointn-.e^nts have failed. It^aba ri s uie tumor*, allays the itching at^once, acta as a pe.ultice. gives instant re^^lief. Or. Kirk's (verman Pile Ointment Is^prepared only for piles and itching of tne^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box is wai ranted. !y^ld by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price. 60 cents^and SI per box. Sold by R. S. Hale * Co.,^Helena.
Coucht auef Coagh '! anil Coafh !'!
Whatlb the world is the reason you will^cough ami keep coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when Heggs'^Cherry C^ ugh Syrnp will positively relieve^your cough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee :t. Kor sa'e bv all druggists.^K. B^ Uale A Co., wboleaale and retail^agents.
XoVc^ o hl^^a E'uxir is the only^*V^**^V-* * Blood Remedy guaran^^teed. It is a positive cure for Clear*, Ernp-^tionsorSvphilitic Poiaocing. Itpunfieathe^whole svstam. and banishes all Rheumatic^mnA Xeuralgie pains. Wa gnarant^ la.^For sale by R s. Hale * Co.
AnKiprvMlon or l^^tlatht.
Abouta week ago,^ says a Los An^^geles. CaL, druggut, ^a Chinaman came in
TnDi.pel Cold..^Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet gently, when costive or^bilious, or when the blood is impure or^sluggish, to permanently cure habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without Irrl-^tat ng or weakening tbem, use Syrup of^Kigs.
vVvviAvv vre-uld lujoy Touf dinner^^ J .^and ar^- prevented by Dys-
i.Acker's Lyspee-:* Tablets.
Tlseynr- a ]~ m::ve cure for Oyspepsia, In-^^tkaa. Flatulency and Constipation.^We guarantee, them. 25 and 50 cents.^F..r si.- ' v K s Hale A Co.
C\\f\ and reliable Medicineaare the best^VJVVV to depend upon. Acker's Blood El^^ixir has been prescribed for years for al 1 im^^purities of the Blood. In every fonnof Scrof^^ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, itia^invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equal.^Tor. a^e nr K^ Halo A Co.
MACHINBRT
JOHNSTEDMAN
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
Founderand Machinist,
HOWFRO NTH * fa KA VY HILL CatlTTOttM^^ * ^-^^^^ ^*
J.L. SMITH.
FreightTransier Line,
Hklkna.Montana.
AHklndn of merchandlne and other^freight*, Inclndlng or^a, promptly trans^^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Ke id berg's Store and at the^d^pot. Orders will receive prompt at^^tention
FITZGERALD,BURKE ^ CO.,^Masons, Builders
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Contractors.
Kon 4 I nlon Block, Helena. Montana.
MASSENABULLARD7
Attorneyand Counselor at Law,
HSLKNA,MONTAflA
Willpractice tn all csrarts ot rarord in the Tar-
rltorT. Office In Oold Block.
Moneyto Loan!
InSums to Suit on From Six^MiMjlhn to Five Ye-ars Time^on Real Estate Security.
Mutieyon Hand. No Dnlay.^Cash Paid for RVal Estate^Mortfrafxes, by
W.H. Clark ii Son, Gen. Agt'e
NORTHWESTERN
GuarantyLoan Co.
Minneapolis,Minnesota.
Boardof T-^d- Knom, Pltuharz Block, Hsleao.^CHas ^. BL1 IM.e, Aft^at at Batte ' ity.
UTAHASSA'/ OFFICE
-hom.cal Labointorv.^j. t. eova.
BKlJI
ooliiand Silver
Mllverg ,ld and lead
Lead
Copper
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Iron
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TBEMERCANTILE AGENCY
S.Ch DU1T St CO..
troprlrtors.
Korthe protection and promotion of trad
Establishedin 1841^111) Offices.^rjsMTKD 5JTaT^^, CaJKAIjA AA'D KlTBOPB.
Managerof the kl^n aa^ Ptstrtct,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA.
n*ce eorner *tth avenue and Main Street.
MININGJXP6RT.
Dr.Swallow offer* hl^ eerrlcee la bajlnir and^^elltac Mines, thinking hts Inns acquaintance wttt^tbe mines of tne country and forty rear* experi^^ence In mining mfy be MsM to opes seers Be^baa seTeral e^0:^^le mine* tor sale, and has en*^aess Connerti-.n* with several esstera partle* wh^^wt*s to hav MoDtans tr o.e*.
Office)^t. Loel* ^l.erk No. 1714 stain street
DR.M. ROCKMAN,
PhysicianSurgeon.Accoucher. Ooul'st
andAariat
MMssi ^ ^^n Prand He4l %. ^i-i^t) ^!*^^Meerada Mtatr sledlcal Society.
i.effireI'arcnen's rrag store, corner shove Mats^iSMl Broadwvv. Satrance on Emsdwsy and Jack-^vt. Helena, Montana I'oewnltattoae In Utrcu
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i\dwit Orm r^ISS Perfect Het*.r.. .^n.t^: It relie'ee em ^^: c ^ ~.n^t^. Eeteb 1.-^-1 Pamphlet No 1^^ 5 CO
Kefnset, TIL,^May 20. ISA.^Mr mare caught
cold:rv^u:f swelled^limbs; lump betwe^Sore Ies^ and Int^mation. Cared her^with St. Jacob* Oil.^L.O.GAKDNEB.
befspe
AFTER
W:nboro, Tex.,
JuneX. 1888.^Uj bone *^^ hurt^t I^F on bind les;: suffered^10 zs.ntht; was cured by Jacobs Oil; cure^baa remained nemuumiL W J. CXJML
TheCelebrated French Cure,
APHRODITINE
l Sold M *^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE
tocure a ti y^foim i^f net .ous^^ii^-^-^^e. or an^^I.^ . r ol |ti^*^Kt*iitrrati\e ot^traa^ of wittier^j**'X wht*t*is^r ^i-
laillirfr^^ia tlie
X'*^miiw* of Stimulants, Tot^mi m ^^i 'tpintn^*^r t QroiiKU youthful jti^iisrTMioii. owr ttMtulc-^twt, A* . *uch mx lst#* of Brain t*ower, WalwssH-^H^-ai iiikT flown Cm : iu the Back. IV^!sail^^ ^ Mk ^)^-^*. Hy*r^^ria. NnrvorjaPm*^tratH^t) Nfacturu-^al Emi^^ious. I^*ur-iirrh^r^. Inr.ziw-^ w .-nk ^!^^*^^*ory.Ix^*aof power an^1 Imfaoteury. whi^*li if n^^-^n (-v'is^^l ofr^ii is-n-i to pr**Riature^il^1 aceatxl inaan^itv. Meg $1.00 a box. * U*xes for I ^ 0U .Sent by^mail on rw**iT*r of t^rir*.
IWKITTKN ..I ARANTH^Ofiitr. to rnftiiiii the m^^t.^^y if a I'w-riiianer-iit^^ urv i^ not effifv'f^^^i. Th^U*ari i* ^^! te^t:monials^fr-m oM and y.-une. of both M^xe*. T-trmanently^curt**t APHR'-niTiJiit ^'irr*i]iar frt-e. A'l^.refrs^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
*i5tik' branch-^BOX 27IHjRTLAND. UK^Sold by H. S Bate A Co . wholesale ana ret*^^lraK^lst4, sole *^:ent- fur ilelasa, Mont.
Summone.
Intbe dlstiirt coart of tb* first tndlrtal district^ot tbe terrttorr of Montana, In ana for tbe coanty^of Lewie sn l Clarke.
T.^!. K b-rtvs, plaintiff, rm A K. Porter. H. B.^Porter, Jotin If coilvray and W D. ^ amp bell, de^Ifm ^i ants.
Tbepeople cf tbe terrlt. rv of Montana send^^reaHlcic to tbe above named defendants :
Tonare hereby reqalrr d to appear In an action^brought avals at you ny (be nbov** named plaintiff^In tbe district coart of tbe first jadi^-lal district of^tbe territory of Montana, In and for the county of^L*e^is and larke, and to anewer lbs Cfunplalnt^fil**d therein, within ten days texdoslve of the ^^ay^of service) after tbe service on too of this sim^mons, if served within tble county j or, if served^ont of this county, but in this oietnet, within^twenty days; otherwise within forty days, or^judgment hy default will be taken aeain^t yon ac-^toralcK to tbe prater of said complaint. Tbe^said action is brought to secure judgment a*rain-t^said defendant* ior tbe aam of nve h indred dol^^lars, with interest thereon from tbe JfHh day of^May, ISrM, at the rale of ten per cent, per annum,^for work and labor, mat- rials furnished ana^money laid oat and expended hy plaintiff for de-^feD-iant*. at the tpecial Instance and reqaett of^defendants, and for i oat of snlt.
Andyon are hereby notified, that if you tall to^appear and answer the said complaint, as above^repaired, the said plaintiff will take judgment for^the sum fi^^mand#^d In the complaint, to wit: tbe^sum of fiv^ hundred dollars. Interest and costs.
Givenunder say band and tbe seal of the dis^^trict court of the first judicial district of the ter^^ritory of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis^and Clarke this ttth day of May, tn the year of^our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ^lghty-^nlue.
[sBalJW. P PARKER, Clerk
AC BoTKiN and (.^Eoitus P. bBiLTtiR, Attorneys^for Plaintiff
Noticefor Publication.
LajiDOmen at Uexkva, Moht.,^April 27t lttelf. s
NoticeIs hereby given that the following^named settler has filed notice of his intention to^make final proof In support of his claim, and that^said proof will be mad* before the register and^receiver at Helena. Mont, on June ^*^, lHt^, via:^Albert Ward, who made final homestead entry^No. Til for the ew s*!% ss)a ne% and lot 1, sec^tp 10 n. r. 3 w.
Thisnotice Is published in obedience to letter^C, of July ^2from the Bon commissioner
generalland office requiring a pri per descr1i^tl^ n^of the land
Anyperson who desires to protest sg*eln^t the^allowance of such proof, or who knows of any^substantial reason, nnder the law and tbe regula^^tions of tne lnteri^ r department, why such proof^should not be allows i, will he irt en an oppor^^tunity at tbe above mentioced time and place to^cross examine the witnesses of said claimant and^to offer evidence in rebu'tal of that submitted by^claimant.
SW. LANG BORN R. Register.^First publication April JH. 18H8
TimberCulture Notice.
ImtkiiMatic LinuOrnct. i^HsutKa, Mont . May ^, |^Complaint h*.viDir been entered at this office by^Nils Peter Christoffsen against James McKenxle,^for fbilnre to comply with law as to timber culture^entry No. 383, dated September 1, Pitt!, npr-n the^sSri *w*% and sH seV^, sec. 33, twp. 10, n. r. '2 w. in^Lewi* and Clarke county, Montana, with a view to^the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging^that th* claimant has In no way complied with tbe^law In break ng, cropping or seeding said land,^and that such failure still extete. The said par-^ties are hereby summoned to appear at this office^on tbe 13th dav of Jun*, 1WU, at in, o'clock a m^j respond and furnish testimony enncemlug said^alleged failure.
S. W. LAWQHORE, Register.
MunicipalBonds.
Thecity of Helena, Mon'ana, will sell at public^auction on tbe 15th day of Jun*, 1HH9. at 12 o'clock,^meridian, at the) office of the city cl*rk In said city^th* coupon bonds of said city to th*- amount of^^ n* hundred and thirty thousand iollars. Paid^bonds will bear ft per cent, interest and will tie re^^deemable In ten years, and payable In twenty^years: tntsreet and principal pavable at Helens or^Sew York, at tb* option ^ f tbe bolder. The snr^ceesful bldd*r will b* required to deposit $*'^^^.^or a proportionate sum for lees than the entire^lseu*. at 'be ime of ih% sal*.
Byorder of the i itv Council
ALL\ C ROTKIN, City Clerk
DatedHelena, Mont., May 9, I^t*
Public Works-Broadway Sewers
Seal*d proposals will be received at the ofh^e of^tbe undersigned, room Bolter bloc^ cntll Moo^day. June '^^, ^^*'-^. at i. o'clock noon, f r ron-^strnctlng Broadway sewers in tbe city of Helena,^Montana, accordtn,^ to plane and f-peciflcatlon^ on^file in tb^^ office of th^^ superintendent of eewe s,^room ^., Mrk**nfeld block.
Abond with two vutncl*ct sureties in a^sura ot at least twenty (J^ \ c nt of the gr^ *e^am^^unt must accompar.y each ; r ; ^ ^ .1
Tbecity reserves the right to r-; *- t any and all^bids.
Byorder ot the cit j council
A.a B'iTKTN. my clerk.^Da'ed Helena, Mont. May M, ISM*.
PublicWorks^Fifih Av-nue Sewere.
Sealedi ropoeaJe will b* rereiv d at the office of^th* nrdersigr.ed, room **. Bolter block, until Mon^^day, Jane 10,18^9, at 12 o'clock noon, f^^r con^^structing Fifth avs/nne sewers in the city of H*-*-^ena Montana, ecrordlna* to plans snd^specifications ^ n file In the . ffice of tbe r.;-r.n-^ter-Uent ^ f sewc-rs, ro* m a, Bira^enf^'d block.
Abond with two sufficient earetiee In a sum of^at least twenty (20, per cent of tbe jcroas amount^must accompany ea* h proposal.
Tbecity reserves the right to reject any and ail^bids
Byord- r of tbe city council.
A.C. BflKfN. City Clerk.^Dated Helena. Wont , May .^^, lv*v.
[No.2286*1
Applicationfor a Patent.
Unrrso^*tatbs Lamd Ofpics, 4^Helena, Montana, May. 11, ISM. f
Notice!^ hereby given that ^ dm* ^nd R. Tandy.^Anselera J. D*virison, John S* M NfUI. Thomas^J. David*, n. Will:am Davenpo t, D^ n Davenport,^Henry NeUI. and Kdward D. NeUi, -Jr , whose^po^tofflce address is Hebn*, L^wls and ^ Urke^county, M. T . have this day filed their applicatl ^n^for a pat*nt for three band red and fifty W 100^acres of the placer rain-, hearing ,sltukt*-d^tn unorganized mining district, couaty of Lewis^and Clarke and territory of Montans, and desig^^nated by legal subdivisions as follows, lo-wit: eH
'a ^H of ^^ -ea f r ^*a ; sw*% B^-Hrj : ^ -t- i
ofesi of sw\a ; *H ot a*H of nw^, sec 34: the sw^^r^V and lot i, sec. 35, embracing V*) *s^;on^acres in twp 11, n r 4 w.
Thelocacon of this mine is recorded in the *e^cordsi *s office of Lewis ard Clarke county, M. T.^In book ^F^ of ranches and d.tehee, paces 527 ax.d^S25. The adjoining claimants ar* unknown Any^^ d all persons claiming adversely any portion of^said placer gmend are required to file their ad^^verse claims with the register of the ^ nlted States^land office at Helena, In tbe territory of Montana,^during tbe slxtv de*s* per*od of publication here^^of, or the^y will be barred by virtus of the provis^^ions e^ th* statute.
s.W LAN^tf!^ ^KN B, Reeleter
Firstpubllcarlon Mav 12,
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saiiciEiccTtic eo.. saiaatR noct ocsvti.cct.
FORMEN ONLY*
1DflCITIVC y^ lost or paiinro stAITHOOr
ArUOl I If E General uj STKRV0U8 DEBILITY^ATITT'D 1^ * ''w-^j^ * Mini Efftx-j
*it .ii feu, * ,.weein r.n. imi.m. h^ t^ Kaurv. ...^ani^^s)iew^^a.taejeesBHaMaaaa a r^n^orioeT.
weakW^mtl Bow uie:'
Strong
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*C3*rh Wedirtet*. Sjasjsl^^- -(.4i a ^* rmi ^^' . V.^% P.mm. * - ^ ^.
Sheriff'sSale
lataSrsT.vs. Jasaea Morse
Ilei and* r Mclatoeh
aa.lKatfaeriae Morse.
Tobe ^^ Id at sheriff-* sale as the front door of^the coart house, tn Helena, Montana terrKor^, on^Wedneeeiay the ^Hh i%j of Jose. A. D 18W, u is^o ci.xk doob f said dav. all the rhrht. Urle ard^Inlereet that the defencents. Jamee Moras and^Katherlne Moraa, hare In aad to the Mlowtag^reecriheei property. Ml anted In I ewts an 1 I ark*^co iat\ Montana turrit 17, to-wit'
Lot*No '. ^ ^ and 10 tn bio** Mo. S of the^toenail* of MaryvTlll*. aceordtns; to the e'et^thereof em ale In th* office of the county clerk^of said county aad territory to-
Aa*Me4* Hhilhc Rf*BK TSUTtlM-
Smwi.^ify ft n 1* Ti.ii 1 TAeeSaeSjei *m4 Set 1 bi. ftaeaaSea^lewnwaw. I11I. iwi. ilmlln, eeSsieeSi ^Sea
^^ii-tut sttficAi e* *^ 'rats, a. f.
LiFERENEWtF
SB.PIERCE'S Hew G _^eanw CHAIM BELT wilt^Tl^'-r'-' Saspeneery. ewux^vi.vee-. vae Bmo-t po^-r'^d*r*o.* end perfect i^bx..^He: tecr in :1^* world Our*.
withoutmerficie*.^lath. Berk.K'dner.
retherwttk all and Marnier the^ltaraents aad
appartenaatsI^ap pertain lac.^CHARLX.ei M
v:r;:.ry t.
JlPrKRI^,^PherhT of Lewis and Clarke eonnty, M^this 14th day of Kay, A. D. MSM.
PebUitj.Miaaasesa
pr^n^^- rwll orwK ^tairl .r
SIAGNETICFj_t8rirTKr^~on,,^o*
- ' - ^ ' ^
IsMMMS end felly e*^^dome Bis U 11 the only^sreennc rurtheccrtuacarl^, T this disease.^U H.L^ -RAHAM.M ^^AnaaterSnm. N T.^We he.* eole Blc s3 tor^many years, aad it has^rven th* t^e*t ef sate^facttoe.
D.K DTCIEACO..
e'hiracnI1L
at.. Sold by Cea^.-ia^R. 8. Hale A Co.. H. M. Parchea ^ Or whole-
8-'-^ -ir
Ll-Mill
Mil.11 BMLISH KI.HI.llt
MURRAY'SSPECIFIC.
Araaraoteed rure for all n^r ^^^^^^tleeeee. sach as VYK'k mem
URV,lA^^*OFBRAl^ I*^ WEX^Hret-rta, HeeVac-. HAIM IS^Tin BK, R, NEBVOC- Pmi^tkv ^Aairil.Ms',^LEI^' riRnLCEA^cn I V i R . a L^TsTftirftl ^ -..^ k-^^gsis liuj^te'.e-T nad renrr^^ioes of ;^-^aer of the ^.en.rat sa^Or^ere. In either Sex. c u*-0 b.^Indie r-tlon ^f over ererttofi. snd^ehltt. Qi'lrnslely l^at to I'Re.-
xtiI'mu'.u^^^*^.
vTard^ ^'^M MITUM $1 a^box or six boxes for f*.m Seat by^BBsfl est re^e-lpt of ;.nce Full particulate^pamphlet, sent lr-e t every apulicant.
EG(.lRAVTkK MX BOXE1^to core any case For e^r^^ ord^r rerelBed, w^-n k x^e. with a wrtt'e-n vu*raate^e to rt^fund the money U our repeeiflc does not esTeit^MSS
Addressall rommanlcartons to the ^ole Man^fac.tirer*. TUB ML hKAV HEDli INK CO_^Kan*ar Clt ;.. X^For sale In Helena hy H. M. Pamcbbb * Co
NO.1 saw.
FirstNational Bank
OFHELENA
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
ORGANIZEDIN 1866.
DesiKnate-d i)^*P 't,itory of lb*^Unit*3d Statr-8
Paid-UpOapital^Surplus an J Profits
BOARDOS OIREOTQfta.
9.T. H.tt.John C. Cortla,
A.If. hit--..H. ^. UamlltOD.^Granville Stiiart,C- P. HlgglH^.
B.W. Knlgrlit,A. J. Davia,
T.H. KlPiuMohtnldt. Henry If. Parrhfin,^T. C. Power.
GeneralBANKING Busin-sH
transartexi tyintsrest paid on time deposits
MERCHANTSNational Bank
-Of-
HELENA.
Paidin Capital - $150,0CC^Surplut and Profits - 140.CG0
L.H. HERSHfIeLD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'i^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
S04/10Of
THOMASCRObK,^8. 8. hl'mtlmy,^A. 1. DAVIDHON,^l. a uaK8HKI ^;:.^.^,
01ft CC TOHS
MHANDS,
W.D. MIt:HOL4^.^MOHKM MCM M^HI-'-tMBFIMLU
WB li1 i ^ .
Collections Receive Pro^r^v^* Attentlort.
PurchaseGold aad Silver Bel^Hon, Gold Dust and Coun^ty Securities.
IntrrestAllowed on Depcsi^^Left for a Speeded Tisne.
AGeneral Banking B^slnes;^Transacted.
Exchinee Sold on the Princ!^p^l Cities of Europe
MONTANA
nationalbank,
h-i.LENA,MONTANA.
TMTKI'ST*.TKS IiKPOSITORf.
CAPITAL.aa60.OtX
SCPLDS$50.00(1
DIRECTORS:
C.A. BhoadwatkrPTHftldeni
L.G. Phelps, Vic^-Prue. and Act. Cash'r^j 8. k. AtkinsonAHnlntRiit rayehl.
A.6. Tlarkk,
H.F. OaLKN.
c.ST. Pannon.^8. C. Ash bv
BkhmanGans.^Pkteh Larson.^B. Wallaci.^I^. A. Cory.
THE
Thos.I ruse Savings Bank
OPUELS.NA^iBCori.orated Cnder the ..^^^ r^f Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.CKUSBPresidt-ui
T.H. CAKTKKVic* Prw^.dnjT
WM.J. CKUSKSerrfta.-j
C.!.. DAH1.EK.Treasure
Allows6 per cent, interest on Savinio^Deporeitri, compounded Jannarv and Jaly.
KIDNCY.TEA
UaRlN AH W^KI CM4MR0UBLES
Appetizer.
CURESIhlDIGESTION.^FOR ALL SKtN DISEASES.
StreetGrading
Sealedpr poeels will ^v^ rerelx-d at the office of^the undereWoed. r ^ ^^. v Hotter tiloca, until June-^1^. i-*^Si, e^ VJ w. f r the erarilne it Benton eve^nne from l iar, street to 1 al; h etreet, acrrrdiBK^%^ plans aa 1 st^ ^ iScetlODS on Hie tn the office ot^the city engineer Ev a Md tr.net he ersotn-^peole-r t^. a e-ertlSed rh'ck fer $.V^ ae a guaranty^tiat the bolder will execute ecentract lis accor-^daanre wltt. hie prcpoteJ
Thecltv reeervee he ri^ht to r-; ^t any and all^Mds.
B ^ rder of the drv oonnril
ALBX.C. BOTKIM. City CUrk^Dated Helera. Moiit. May ^. 13SB.
No2386.:
AppbcatioDfor a Patent.
L'limxisrevae Uiru urr.it, i^Hslsha. Most aba, ^^May 11. 1S8S. I^Notice la hetvby rive* that Edtnond K. Tande^John S. M.Charles B. ^ ^- - , 4
BenryT * KoUock. whose postoffi e ed-^draee is Helena, Lewie aed Clirke ce.nat.,^M. T have thie day filed their appll'a i. n^tor a patent for elehtr J*-lfl0 arreee sj the plai--r^he.rue eold, utuated In uorzanl ed mlnln*
BLUECRASS
EXTRAFINE
PLUGTOBACCO
Weclaim this is the finest cheer of Plus^Tobacco ever offered to the public, and^any lover of a good chew will acknowledge^it has no equal after once tryins it. We^want you to teste it t your judgment le^better than our pra.se.
Ouraim is to exes' We think we have^It. The rapidly increasing demand for^BLOC GRASS proves that it has merit.
Madefrom the choicest and most care^^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky. BLUE 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
whichhas made
S8co,oec
(500,000
8.T. H . cPrealdeot
A.J. Davis.Vice-President
K.W. KMltiHTCai-liier
T.ti. KmiNSCHMiDTAss't Cashier |
Qwo.ti. BillSecond Ass't Cashiei
BLUEGRASS
famousfor Sj HIGH CRUDE OF EXCELLENCE.
MANUFACTUSIDBV
PERKINSft ERNST,
COVINGTON.KENTUCKY.
R.S.HALE ^ CO.
K-A K AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS.
Dealerstn Patent Medicines, fancy ToUe^iloods. Lantern Lamps and Lamp Ooods, Olsae^Paints, mil, etc. '-^lrrtcai Instruments, Cratches^Braces, etc Wholeeale agents for Cnro fo^Cuaghs and Colds, kirk s Pile ointment, Wltche^^gotiodlam, Beeeanko Medicines, Dr. Kilmer*^Kemedy, Dand*^'ton Tonic, Oregon Kidney Tea^Dutard'e ^peaMa.
I'nfcrmcntedand not^intoxicating. Acts like^a charm in all rases of Diar^^rhoea, and Dysentery and all^stomach and bowel troubles.^^ irate-ful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescents. Gives^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by^MiHALovrrcn, Pi En her ^ Co.^Cincinnatt O. For sale by^J SWITZGP., sole agent, Helena, Montana and^all wholeeale end retail Druggists, Liquor^and Wine Merchants everywhere
^*^that rr*vc pair ia UTrpaS^Tb* BBSS A race a an.
KorrswtShape.
ITCONFORMS TO 8HAPE OF FOOT.
Iff*m wtrni perfection i^ tit. wttk irefulom fw^n^corns aa I all discomfort jom will alway* wear^^ i Burt ^ Packard Shoe, it acknowl^M
aathe *^ ^* aMajMaiC, th*- iv*/ ^rMtrtaf and aaaat SjpSSl
Bnti*-mans ^hoc ma^t^ in the worM,^on't spoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes.
Tti*Burt ^ Packard 8hoe -^tj^ no more thaa njr
Oth*rfln^*-lit-f.fAo.ff/'V ntm* tymrrMirh it in r^i/^*a.
Allat vies In Han.l rua^lv^, Fland welt, and Bnrta t:^slao BoV*' and V^^rrF^ . If not avid by your dealer* ^d^bu name and Tour asSSaaj to_ ^.
m. ^J a f-^ ii i^uri'*^eiea-^r^ tx^ Burt 1 Pa- Xt n
Packard^ Field, Brockton, Mass. aoki w
FREDGAMER, He'ena, M. i^In Butte City, Ju^e I.
DKN-LllBlli. Kiom the
LIE8IGWORLD DISPENSARY
ANDINTBRNaTIONAL
M.-dioal and SurKlonl Instituts^,
301and Went lab St.. Kansan^City. Mo., anil *nn Geary 8u^San Francisco, Cal.
forthe Treatment of all
ChroniciSurgical Diseases
Appliancestor Deformities.
Theahr.\e lone eetaillebed end mew*, s ccesetul^eiee'laliet* will open prlveee reception parlor* at^th^ n'rtteeet cornerof Main etreet aa i broao-^wey, near et indeov hotel, butte, Iaae 1-t
I'-t facilltiee. apparatae ana equipments for
awceeefnltreatment of every form of disease re^quiring medical and snrgle-al treatment
r*lx:yteo new Mom for patients. beet accom-^me*dati..aa ^ rtif ^ew \ork.
Writef^r llinetrated papers on D^ f rmltlee^t'lnb feet, Curvetare of the w{Ma, Pirea, Tnmora,^t ancer, I etarrh. Br nchiue Inhalation, Met^trtel y, Mfcr-neei m, Paraiy-ia, Bpllepey. Kidney,^Bladcer, Eye, Ear, Mtln aad olood, ana all^rorgtral ^^p.tatl^^ns
Dleeaee of women a specialty. Book on dls^eate^ free.
Tie only reUa^'le Medical and gnrgical Inetltnte^mac Inge epedalty of prlvete clseeeee.
AilHI.Kw Diseasee ^nereeefnlly treated, sypta^^ll ttAs P, leva rem- veel from the eretem wiiKoct^ra-rcary. New Kewb ret! ie treetment f r lose of^Vital Power Peeeone unable to vleit us may be^MbbMSJ at hums hy correeporide-ace. AUcovma^nlcati. n* con^dentlal wedtcmee or lr.eirun-. t,^seat by nail or express eeenrely packed i sat^personal Interview urefened. ^. ail and consult^as. or send history of your case aad we wUi seae^In plain ^ rapper oar Boe k free, explaining why^thoioacds rannot be cared of Private. -perUJ^aad Nerroae Mleeaees, Seminal Weakneea, Mper-^matorr'a^a, Impotencj, syphilis. Uooorrbtea,^irleet. Verkorle. etc., etc
PattficCoast Inetttale eetaMlet.ec for nearly a^qaarSar of a centory Comer of t.eary aad^Maeon et -^'p -an Pran'-l-oi ^ al Die ^neary^and lernr Stfre ocenpring whole corner of Mock.
Flretclear rev n e aad Board f. ^r V^ paOecU at^the saaltarlaBi connected with the
LiebigWorld Dispensary.
Callor %-Vtrese Kansas City, Mo. or Ma Ft.acascc
CaUic-ala
JOHNKINNA ^ SON,
No.20 Main Street, Helena, Mont.,
*^-*^^^^~-^ ^^^^.ewmwesweaw-ew
WhoVsalc-and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE,TINWARE,^STOVES,
Mineand Mill Supplies.
AliENTSKOR THE
CharterOak and Garland Stoves.
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LENOIRHOUSE^ Steam Maat.^Co Mala St. and Belene SB . Helena. Me.ntana ^very room a eret-claas froat
NEWSDEALERS.
PERIODICALS.
PALACECIGAR STORE,
E.L. Sliter 8c Co., Proprietors.
FinestImported and Domestic
CIGARSand TOBACCO.
OppositeXrandCentral Hotel Helena M. T.
ofMoetaaa, and deatrnated hy kBfBB suhdiTleione^ee fclP we, to-wit L^t 3 and 4. -er. x. ia town^^ship :^, a r. 4 w . con'ai-.ln. t^ ^ .cre
TV.kv-aroo att this mine Is rec rded In the re-^c. rders oBce of Lewis an^! ' larke c anty. at^heiena. Monwra, In hook ' V of ranches' and^dltchee. pap. WS. The sdiMnlrg claimants ar-^oathe a.*th. the plecer c.^im . ' E..^ a.-c R T^ndy^et al ; t-e other edj jti tne rlelra^nte are BBknown.^^^ ^^d t} H2 f* cU mi^* ^d^reely any por-^BgASig^^^1 an reqalied to die
l*aMMj eaaM_was the register of the^UalMatbtatee lend ..fflce at H-.-a.1c the territo-y^ofMoretana. daring the stxtj daj s period ..f pnb^^eawnihere- f, or they win ^ *rred by virtue of^the prt \-iaiots ^ f the statate.
a. W. LANtiHoRsa,
FlretpsbJlcatloe May IS, 1SBS.
ublic
WorksHelena^Sewers
Avenue
eeledpr' poaals will be ree-elred at tbe office of^the undersigned rrom * H bar block, oattl Moa-^eay Jure l.. !*^, at 14 o clock aoon, for eoa-^etrocttB*: Heleae sveaae sewers in the city of^He!ee3B,Moat*aa. according to pleas sad eperifl-^c tUon* oa fJe la the office of the sBpertaa-adeat^of sewers, room ^, B^rkvn'eld block.
ab- nd with two rufflclent sureties la a sunt of^at least twenty (^) per cent of the gross asaoaat^leret arc mpaay each p rope-eel.
Thecity rveeree-i the right hi reject aay and all
Bvorder ef th* city council
A.C BOTKIM,City Clerk.^Pali I Mslsai, Moataaa, May si, IMS.
WooldTldge IHIo-u.se
205South Main Street, Opposite International Hotel.
EverythingNew and Complete. Prices reasonable. Rooms by the d iy, week^or month. Steam heat, gas and elevator. Call aud see us. The only i re proof^bnllding in the city.
INTERNATIONALHOTEL
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Bes Accom^modations io the city. Hates Reduced; $2 pei ay an^^upwards, according to location of rooms.
Vco\w^tve\ot.
TheF^iorAeer ot the O-reat West,
COSMOPOLITANHOTEL,
HELENA,MONTANA.
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldest, Most Reliable. Leading Klrst-claag Hotel In the Territory
BYBCTLNG
DIAMONDSand WATCHE
OfAll Grade** and Make*
AtRINGWALD'S Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
ESTABLISHED1877.
JAS.McMIIXAN ^ CO.,
PKOPKIKTORsOF TUK
MinneapolisSheepskin Tannery
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS.FUlv-S, WOOL, TaAI-LO'eC
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
phzeppelts tV. furs a specialty.
lOl,103 A 105 Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. Mil* .
S!-.i|,rri'-ntsSolicitt.^iWrite tor f ^ e
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PACiIC HOTEISteam Maat
Mainstreet, Helena, Montana. B lelneee center of tbe fjty. First rlass. All street can pass^the aoove tannaes. Many restaurants In rleee. proxlmlt, ar aU prlcea Knropean 11am. Hooms* sue.^73c Ii m, .ults fi.H* j^r (lay accirdln^ to location American Plan $1.^ to MjM per dav. Hp eta^weekly rates No illsrrpaUhle peopls allowed.B. O. LKNOIK, Prop, boti^--
Lawns and Gardens.
LawnMowers, Lawn Sprinklers and Rakes.^Garden Hose, Hose Stands and Reels
InGreat Quantittes and Low Price*,
WeMake a Specialty ot
MOWERS
PVJKtlTTlNG
PHILIPSBURG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY'S HOTEL
Runon Both American and Knropean Plans.^Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Mrs T. H. MORSK. Proorletess.
HIOH GRASS
e:x~a ivr ijste
OurStock
BEFOREPURCHASING.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
ARTHURP. CURTIN7
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS
BLavtacleased the two upper floors ot the Davidson Mock and connected the same wttk oar already^immense seleerooms, ws now orenpy fonr entire floors extending tbroiifrh the whole block rrov^Jarkson to Main street, .locked throu^hont with eoods of every grade and at prion, that defy romp.^Utlon. Every purchase made hTKiCTLY FOH CAr^U DIRECTLY FKuM Y'.KsT HANDb tvat^ahlpped In CAR LOADS UNlV. An .-xamin^tiou of ^tx^ds aad ce.mparlsoa sb prices soKcltad.
Mizsio Departmen t.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MERf'H ADISE
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
FOEJXT2STE.
SPECIALOFFERINGS!
NEWYORK PRICES
Weare the acknowledged Leaders in Dry G-oods for Montana. Our Store Rooms are Load^^ed. Our Basements are Loaded. We are selling quantities of Fine Goods. New York Prices^nave given us unparalleled success. We carry onlv first-class merchandise, and receive our^supplies from the Fashion Centers of America and the Old World.
Ladies'Misses' and Children's White Suits!
Webeg to direct your attention to an elegant line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's white^dresses, which you will find in stvle and finish far beyond anything you will see in this^market. Elaborately trimmed. Manufactured from exquisite patterns of embroidered linens^embroidered lawns and embroidered nainsooks. All new. All sizes and of the most modern^cut. Prices from $2 to $45.
DrapryNetP.Cream and Black^All-Over Laces Cream ^ Black^In Polka Dot and Stripe.
LLAMALACE FLOUNCING!CHAN TILL A LACE FLOUNCING'
VALlENCIENNES LACE FLOUNCING! SPANISH LACE FLOUNCING'^ORIENTAL LACE FLOUNCINU!E RENCH LACE FLOUNCING'
WISSNAINSOOK!CAMBRIC FLOUNCING'
c'ur*tockofLace8 is very complete The wearing of Laos has been considered stylish since the time^of Cleopatra. Our buyer is a connisseur in this line and has purchased novelties tuch as cannot be^procured outside of our house in Helena. See our 50-inch Poltca Dot and Striped Net Draperies.
CHINASILKS.
PERSIANSILKS
Figuredanan.n PERSIAN SILKS N EW CO LO RIN G S Sl,rah Regatta Silks.
ri4IM \ CI I 1ZC STRIPED, PLAIN and FIGUSEDPuritan Silks
NewEffects L Ii I i\ A vllLKO,STRIPED. PLAIN and FIGURED. _
r-rtro c-n a . a, o . , ^'Sattlll De LiOTl,
c..Umsilks. ndcoiored NOVEL STYLES, GRAND DISPLAY s,^^^SMd^t
DressGoods in Extreme Combinations and Black.
ThisDepartment is Evidently App eciatfd riy thp Ladies a w-ll-knoWii fact bv the gratifying success^ot our buemess. Good Values Hocest Gocds and Polite Attention receives its just reward.
KidGloves, Corsets,
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
Weare Agents for FOSTER'S Genuine Laced Kid Gloves, which, for^Fit and Finish, there is no Equal. A GUARANTEE given with each^r^air.
Ourstock of Corsets comprises the most popular makes.^Our stock of Ladies' Furnishing Goods is very complete.
KIDCLOVatS.
CAUTION!
KidGlovea bearing imitations of^Foster's Lacing Hooks are offered^for sale.
Thegenuine Foster Glove Hooks^do not catch in Fringe, Laces, ^fec,^nor accidentally unfasten.
AllGloves with ye-nuiae Foster^Lacings are stamped
FOSTER'SPATENTS.^Demand them and ass that gtm get them.
^WAR! Or* IMITATIONS.
FOB ULS IT
NewYork Store.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled.
SatisfactionGuaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena

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