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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1889.
NOTESON SOME OF THE MINE8.
Prospects Which Give
Developinginto Div.dend Payers^Before Long.
Elklki Gi i.' ii. .lr!Ws^,^i Ounty. .1 illy^5. ^ [Special Corrcs^udeuce ^t th^- 1 i.^3*^^peailt'Dt. j ^Your correapoadeiit. having^taken a few days much needed rest trouj^arduous labor, put in the time visiting the^different mines in this vicinity, with a view^to Increasing his own knowledge and fur^the purpose of dlaminating such infor^^mation as he might acquire through the^columns of the i.M^E^'^:M^tJiT for the ben^efltof the public at large.
Aboutone mile north of Jack's moun^^tain, on the head of Jack's creek, u situat^^ed the quartz camp discovered by the^Fisher liro*. last July. About a dozen^men are in the camp, and some ten or^twelve locations have been made. The^country rock, or, as the scientist would^say. the ^bedding plain,^ is of granite and^porphyry. The leads bo far as developed^are very promising, toe ore consisting of^carbonates and galena, and running well^up in gold. 'X he best developed lode^and the one show ing the greatest quantity^of ore is Uie liullioi owned by the Fisher^brothers. A tunnel 100 teet in length has^been run in on the vein and upwards of 400^tons ot ore taken out by two men in the^past six months, and the face of the tunnel^shows a body of ore seven feet in width,^waich samples $50 In gold and silver. To^a depth of thirty-five to forty feet the ore^consists of cartionau-s with an occasional^bunch of galena. Below that depth it^changes to iron and copper pyrites and^gray copper. For the amount of develop^ment it is the best mine 1 have ever seen.^A contract has been let and the ore is now^being hauled to Wickea for reduction. The^other prospects have mostly been discov^^ered this summer, and are not developed to^any extent, but they show good ore, and if^they prove to be an^ thing like the bullion^the camp will be a hummer within another^twelve months.
JudgeDbWbB, of Helens, has several prop^^erties bondfl in the neighborhood ot Over^^land gulch, which is just across the divid^^ing ridge, lying Del ween liasin and lata^ra- t. on the Cataract side.
Mr.bummersiil, of St. Bouts, is develop^^ing the old l^ouie }^chiii . .. property, on^overland, bill Winkleman is running a^tunnel on his lead at the head of K ^cker.^The Azeboys are pegging away at their^placer and quartz claims, and seem to be in^a fair way to make a fortune, after more^than twenty years spent in mining. They^helped blaze the trails for most of us now^in this section of the country, and deserve^a suitable reward for their patience and in^^dustry. There are more than a hundred^other mines and prospects on Cataract.^Overland and Kocker are deserving of^mention, but I have not had the time^to visit them, and if X had it^w ould take a page of the InBraMII to^do the subject anything like justice, which^is probably more space than you would^care to devote to a single article. Work is^still progressing on the Alpine company's^mines on the Three Buttes, and a survey^has recently been made with a view to se^^curing a government patent. A large^body of ore has been encountered in the^Little Alma lode, but as yet it is low grade.^.Some rich specimens of gray copper have^been found, however, which indicate a^better quality of ore ahead, and if the mine^is worked systematically and intelligently^it ought to pay. The Barbary lodiv, situ^^ated about one mile southwest of Bald^mountain, is producing a tine quality of^ore from a seventy foot shaft. The streak^is over two feet in width and rapidly wid^ening. Average samples gave returns of $20^in silver and $46 in gold. The Talequah, a^location on the same lead,is being developed^by a shaft, and the prospects for a good^mine are first class. Work is to be com^^menced next week on the Mugwump lode,^situated near the above, and a 100-foot shaft^wlil be sunk.
Themountains are covered with pros^^pectors, and most of them are navmg good^success in discovering leads of value. They^all seems to be diggers, not scratchers, and^are not afraid to delve into the earth.^With the right class of men in a camp like^this tit-re is no reason why we should not^rival the best of them. Look out for the^!^pper ha^.a country. In another year we^will astonish the natives with the quantity^and richness of our mines.
ItIs with great regret that 1 announce^the closing down of the Lady Leith prop^^erty on account of financial difficulties.^It has long been considered oue of the best^mines in the district and 1 am positive in^t.he opinion that a few hundred dollars^,ud^ciously expended in drivirg the tun-^nells ahead would place it on a self sus^^taining basis tid eventually bring it in the^column of dividend paying mines of the^territory.
X'heLady Lett.', west mine has also been^closed temporarily on account of too much^water. Ore running o*.er |M to the ton^was encountered at a depth of 100 feet but^Cie Uow of water was so great on cross-^^ulling the vein that it was impossible to
it in sinking. 1 understand the^owners have ordered a steam pump and^hoist, aim on its erection will sink to a^^tenth of 200 feet.
Theweather has been very tine, with the^fxieptionof this afternoon, when amiid^snow :. r... prevailed for several honia.
Tothe National Educational^Meeting.
TheUnion Pacific Railway company^will sell tickets from Helms I to Nash^trtlle. Term., from June 80th to July Uth,^inclusive, for the above meeting, at the^rateof one fare for the round trip ^SSX.40i^limited to return until .^sept. 12th, tt' geu^not good for returning before July Wth.^Transit limits in ^-aeh direction (^i^ days.^Kor further information call at the I'nion^FtacMe office. No. 2H, nrrth Main street.
A.E. Vkazik.^Fassengsr Agnnt.
CommencingJune Sand continuing un^^til ^ept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one fare for the round^trip from Helena to Livingston and return,^on the following conditions: Passengers^o purchase a round-trip ticket to Livincs-^on and either a $90 or $40 book ticket^through the park. These tickets include^rail and stage transportation from Livings-^on and four and Ave days, respectively^board and lodging at the Park association i^hotels. For furtber information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.X^. Km, ak. General Agent.
WhoWants a Fortune^^On* hundred and forty acres notching^into Ea-- Helena at only v per acre. It^will make *^ lots, each 50x140, after mak^ing allowance for streets and alleys*. This^will make lots cost less than SIS 50 each.^Terms, $2,400 cash; balance,one, two, three^and four years, eight per cent.
J.W. Mekkill,^Koom A Union Block,^Over Lang's store.
Tbe Verdict Unanimous.
W.I). .^Suit, dniifKist, Bippus, lnrt., testi^^fies: ^lean recommend electric bitters as^the very best remedy. Every bottle sold^ha^ given relief in every esse. One man^took six bottles, and was cured nt rhcuma-^tWm of ten years' standing.^ Aorariam^11 are, druggist, Bellville, Ohio, afhrnis:^^^ I he best selling medicine 1 have ever^bandied in my twenty years' experience, is^electric bitters.^ Thousands of others have^added their testimony, so that the verdict^is unanimous that electric hitters do cure^all diseases of tbt liver, kidneys or blood.^Only a half dollar a bottle at K. s. Hale A^Co.'s drugstore.
MMTimely Ad tire.
Letus give the readers of the i n, ::-^PESPiiST a little luaely advice. Hot^-v( s'her is corning and with it colic, cbo'era^BM us, dysentery and diarrhoea. The^onl^ Mte way to comb it th^ s^ diseases it^^ ^ I vp some reliable ren.edy at hand,^nnd all who have tried Chamberlain's^. Cholera anu Iiiarrtuea Kemedy will^...iiint that t is tue most prompt, r. liable^and successful medicine known u-r these^complaints, it costs but 26or 50 cents, and^nia^ he the means of saving you or your^family much suffering, if not lite itself, be-^fore the summer is over. Kor sale by H.^tL Parcheu 4 Co.
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CureFor Pile..^Itching piles are known r^y moisture like^perspiration, producing a very Jisagree-^ahie itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of r3r. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^nets directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko^Medicine rrmpsnj, Piqua. O. Sold by H.^5 Hale a Co
Spokanewill surely appear at St. Paul^in the July race*. The Montana Central^will sell excursion tickets at $48 f0 for the^round trip. Tickets on sale July 21. good^to return until August 2.
^%noth^rwonderful discovery has been^m*^v- ^md tliat, too, by a lady in this coun^^ty. lMsenae fastened its clutches upon her^and for seven years she withstood Its ae-^verest testv out tier \ita\ oruan^ were r.n-^dermined and death seemed imminent. For^three montn. she coughed incessantly and^could not sleep. She bought or us a bottle^of l^r. King's New Discovery for Consump^^tion and was so much relieved on taking the^first dose that she slept all night and with^one bottle has been miraculously cured.^Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.^ Thus^writes W. C. Uamrick Jt Co.. of Shelby. X.^C. tret a free trial bottle at Ii. S. Hale it^Co's. drug store
touch ! and Cotagfc 11 and tough ! 11^What in the world Is the reason yon will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying Inferior medicine* when Beggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^roar cough at once7 This Xa no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it. For sale by all druggists.^K. S. Hale A Co.. whole^le and retail^agents.
Bntairo. --amies ^aive.
Thebest salve in the world for cats,^braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^tana, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^earns, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly cores piles, or no pay required. It is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^money refunded. Price 26 cents per box.^for sale hr ^. ^. Hale A Co.
Tle Northern Pacific railroad will make^a Sunday excursion rate of one fare for tfie^round trip to all points between Helena and^Butte, via Garrison; also to Marysville,^Wickea, Boulder and all points on the Hel^^ena a Jefferson County, Helena, Boulder^Valley A Butte, and Helena A Northern^branc^;eu. Tickets to be sold on Sundays^only, and good to return on date of sale.
A.D. Edgar, General Agent.
SundayExcursion Rates.^As Sunday is the only day which can be^claimed as a holiday of the laborer, farmer^and business man alike, the Montana Cen^^tral Railway company will, until further^notice, make a special rate of one fare for^the round trip, good for that day only, be^^tween all stations on its line, thus affording^the country people an excellent oppor^^tunity of spending the day in Helena or^Butte, and at the same time affording the^city people a chance of spending Sunday^amid the magnificent scenery of the canons^of the Missouri and Prickly Pear or Cen^^tral park.P. P. Shklbt,
Spokane,the Derby Winner.^The great Montana flyer will certainly^appear at the Twin City Jockey club run^^ning meeting, to be held in St. Paul in^July, and in order that Montanians may^see this remarkable horse, the Northern^Pacific railroad has made s rate of S4K.SO^from Helena to St. Paul and return. Tick^^ets will be sold on July 21, good to return^until Aug. 2. This is a material reduction^from rates previously announced. In con^^nection with the above, tickets will also be^^old from Helena to Chicago and return on^same date at $71.90.A. D. Edgar,
GeneralAgent, corner Main and Grand^streets, Helena.
National Educational Association^Meeting.
Forthe above meeting to be held in^Nashville, Tenn., from July 8 to 20 Inclu^^sive, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of 4^^ from Helena to Nash-^vtlle and return. Tickets on sale from^June 30th to July 11th inclusive, good to^return up to Sept. 12th, but not good to^leave Nashville before July KV. Transit^limit in each direction six days.
A.D. Edgak,^General Agent.
Spokane,the Derby Winner.^Spokane, Montana's pride, will surely^appear at the St, Paul races. The Mon^^tana Central will make a rate to St. Paul of
$48.90for the round trip. Tickets on sale^July 21, good to return to August _
Inconnection with the above tickets will^be sold to Chicago and return at $71.90.
TeachersNational Educational Asso^^ciation Meeting.^For the above the Montana Central will^make a rate of $68.40 to Nashville, Tenn.,^and return tickets on sale June 90th to^July 14. good to return until Sept. 12.^Transit limit of ticket six days.
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Thefollowing is _i* article copied from the^Seattle Dally Preea:
Areporter who had heen In poor health for^some time *cd had received no benefit from the^treatment of several physlclane, wae attracted Ny^an advertisement 1 tnu paper, bat beln* very^chary he determined to Had oat If thed-^ctor coald^do as he claimed. He atxordliiglv called on Mr^M. o. Bullock lo the file room of the Stetson A^Poet mill.
Reporter-IandoTdtand that ^on have been^treating with Dr. W. Norton Davis What success^hae he had In your ce*^ i
MrBullock-1 wae afflicted for about twenty^years with catarrh. Tte macus wou'd paee bntk^fro : my noeelnto my ttiros', snd - * ^ . th^trouMe began to extend down into tLe t.r nchla^tnbea.c itielr. j a shortneAtj of '^r *ath and wa^/la--^ae if of asthma My ears w*-re also very much^affected. The ebort time I have been treating^with Dr. Davis hae been eufficient to stop th.-^wheezing and I am improving every way eo faet^that 1 frv-1 corfideot that 1 ehal soon be well.
J.s. Cole, contractor and builder.corner Eighth^an'I'Weller streets, was the next one Interviewed
Mr.Cole^Yes, I believe the doctor can do all he^claims. I would have attacks of hemorrhage near^ly e.ery day, which weakened me down eo that I^had scarcely any *trength left. I had a slight a'-^t%ck the next day after I commune *d treatmen*,^but have bad n *oe since for c * meie than a^month. The trouble la due to catarrh.
UU. Da^ts, Washington etreet.eeemed very^enthu^taetlr, saying that he c^^n^ract^d a ^ :i h^which lasted for several month*, which nothing^would relieve, uetit he ci-mmenced ..^^^:- z Dr.^David' sseliral Inhalation, when he was cared at^once,
Avoung man working m the electric light work*^expreeeed hlroeelf aboat ae foi
I yon know The Wllnge of ^ ne who fears that^he I* about to 1- ee hie mind y^^n will understand^my rv ahen I firet pot m\e-if nnd**r Dr.^care I wtM so * -sent mioded ih^t wuen one^woald spoaa to me I would at suer ^t random or^d t at all, ax.d it peeocd a- if I coald a t rsmem-^ber ^anything. My back was very w--a. ana my^nerv-^ne ^yitem wss e un.-^ rang tnst I wo a id b**^etsxlied b; the slightest r*osi.d. I pat mjseif an-^der k..^ doc*or'* caxe, L tvlng bat Utile fait a, bnt^frr m ^he ijoimkdiAye Improvement I wae satien-d^thai he untierstood my caee. and nt^w la leva than^two months I am happy to cay tnat Ay fear* are^none and 1 am sound and well once more.
FrvdK, Thompson, Ninth nnd Ho *ell etre-te, a^machini**, said that f^ r years he hau I een sffiU ^^d^with kidney atid alamadcr tro i ^le which had baffled^the skill of some of the seat \ Lytic 1 ne lie went^to see Dr. Davis to get his opinion, with no idea^of raking treatment, Hut after the doctor had ex-^^nutisd him he changed his mi ad ^He went over^my b^idy. Jay* be, ^ae I would over a piece of^machinery ttat ^ as out of order, and before he^ex; reeess- an opinion if he did not know what the^tri able wae It wae not hie faun I ^ei9*d at once,^shewing that my confidence h^d not t^ean aiie-^placeti. 1 never enjoyed Defter health than I do at^present, raving treated jaet one month.
Fromthte ^-Tiden e inerrer was sati-fled
andImmediately pat himself ^nJer the doctor's^care, aid he firmly bellevee if any on- ^a^ c^re^htm Dr W I orton Davie will do so
urDavie is the founder of a system of medi^^cine be ceit* Ckuli utatbi .which consists la the^employment of lAiatenal locally of through the^blood,'ln which unhealthy ceile are deficient, to^^gether with Vegetable System ttaUder* electricity^and magnetism.
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AtDRtGonm amp l^ i. .: i f:-^THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO . Bailimort. M4^r ruposalB for Water t-upp y.
NoticeIs hereby given. That, pursuant an ^^order of the dty conn 11 o; the city of Helen^Montana, the undersigned c mmittee on water, i^the eaid city of ileirn*, ai^l receive bide until U^o'cJ^Kki)3 the 1st day ot Ausuetall^^orsupplytng^said city of Helena with water f^ r i. re, sewera^^and otl'er ; arp-'see. and the contractor wlil be^required to comply with 'he following specifics^tions and ^ onaitrons, to wit
1.A full, ample and sufficient supply of good,^pure, wboleeoiae and ^ieer water shall be pro^^vided for the nee aao want4 of the inhabitants of^said city, and sufficient to provide said city for^fire, sew-rage ^maintenance and construction)^and other purpos.ee: and such supply shall be^fuil, ample ana s a Scion t for the preeent poputa^tion of said city, and for tte f t.r ^ population *t^said dty, as the aame me* be from time to time,^during the full term of the proponed contract^ana said wale shall be pore and wtoleeome, and^free from animal, vegetable or mineral sab-^stance-, such ne wou'd render it anbeaithful^unfit for domeetiC uee.
2.The press are in mains and pipes at the^level of the first fioor of the court house of Lewie^and Clarke county, situate In said city, and at all^other points of eu,a -1 height, shall be maintained^at not lees than sixty p unde t ^ the square Inch,^If reservoir w rke snail be need; and if the di^^rect pressure system shall be used, sixty pounds^to the square in h, fire preeeure, and twenty-five^to forty p ^unde to the square Inch, ordinary pres^^sure, shail be maintained at said point, ana at ail^other s of equal height.
3.The contractor to whom the contract for^furnishing said water may be awarded, shall lay^or furnish twenty miles of mains within ihe lim^^its of said city, exclusive of the amount of mains^connecting the a rksof such contractor with the^point or p tints of distribution, and sue a mains^^ball be of the following siz^e and on the follow^^ing streets in said city of Helena reepecUvely^At least ten Inches In inner diameter on Law^^rence street from ben ton av#^i*ue to Main street:^on Kodney street from Broadway to Helena ave^^nue; on Main street from Bridge street t ^ Helena^avenue; on Helena svenue from Main street to^the right of way of the Northei n Pacific ueiiway^company, on Broadway from Main street to Hod-^ney street At least eight inches in inner diame^^ter on Madison aveaue from Lawrence^street to Davis street, in the Hauser addition: oa^Lawrence street from Madison avenue to Benton^avenue; on ^odna^ street from Bridge street to^Broadway; on Kilt:, avenue from Warren street^to Uobeck s'rset, on Ninth avenue from Kodney^street to Idaho avenue. At lewit five Inches in^Inner diameter on .tenton avenue from Mdwsrde^street to Lynda e avenue; on t lore street from^Bridge street to Benton avenue at Flowerree^street; on Lawrence street from Madison avenue^to the western boundary of tn* townsite; on^Clark street from Strawberry street to l lore^street; on Howey street from Adams street to^Clark street; on Jefferson street from Adams^stieet to Ming street; on Ming street from Jeffer^^son street to Howey street; on Bridge street^from Clore street to Chaucer street; on West^Main street from Bridge street south 1.U6U feet^on itodney street from Bridge street south 1,450^feet; on Wood street from Main street to Kwing^street, on awing street from Fifth avenue to^Helena avenue; on Jackson street from Wood^street to Mxih avenue; on Sixth avenue from^Jackson street to Main street; on Broadway from^Rodney street to Beanie street; on Fifth avenue^from Hor^nck street to Tietjen street; on Gallatin^etreet from Helena avenue to Fiftn avenue; on^Lynda.^ avenae fr m Benton avenue east t'**) feet,^on Third street. Northern Pacific addition, from^Helena avenue north 500 feet: on lirand etreet^from Jackson ^treet to Warren street; on Warren^street from Broadway to Helena avenue; on^Hemlock street from Madison avenue to Harrison^avenae; on Chaucer street from Bridge street to^Broadway, it least four inches in inner dleme-^ter on Dearborn street from Lawrence street to^Davis street. In llauser addition; on Cutler^street from West Main street to Rodney street:^on Pine street from Jollet street to Rodney^street; on Water street from Cutler street south^430 feet; on Breckenridge street from Rodney^etreet to Beattiestreet; on Kighth avenue from^Rodney street to Ho back street: ^ n Ele.entb av^^enue from Rodney street to Hoback street; on^Hohack street from Eleventh avenue to Pflaume^street. At least three Inches In Inner diameter on^Davis street, in llauaer'e addition, from Madison^avenae to Benton avenue; on r ira^ -rry street^from Clarke street to Lawrence street; on Adams^street from Howey street to Jefferson street; on^Beattie street from Broadway to Filth avenue; on^Hoback street from Fifth avenue to Eleventh av^^enue.
4.The con'ractors shall place down and con^^nect with tue twenty miles of mains herein pro^^vided for, at points to be designated by the city^council, or a committee thereof, two hundred hy^^drants, and shall maintain said hydrants during^the con tin lance cf the contract. .Such hydrants^shall have double nozxlee, and shall be non-^freexing, and of the latest and most approved^pat era Provided: that If the contractor use any^system of pipes and hydrants In sdd city, said^hydrants need not be changed or removed, and^said council shail not relocate or change the^same
ft,The contractor shall be required to lay and^maintain. In addition to the twenty miles of^mains heretntiefore epecified, sue. main , of^such sizes, at such times, and upon such streets,^as the city council of said city snail from time to^time direct; and ehaU place and maintain one hy^drant for each OLe-tenth of a mile on such addi-
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IsSold us a^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE^to care int^form of uervoaa^^1:w^i^e. or an^^diw^rcl^r of the^ffrnprativa ot^iraas of either^pel whether ar-^i.iDK from the^ei^ r.-i\^ u.e nf srimalanta, 1..^.^, ,^^ ^r upi'tm.^or through youthful indiscretion, orer indulg^^ence, drr., iuch as I-oas of Brain Power, Wakeful^^ness, Bearing down Pain. In tne Seminal^Weakness, Hysteria. N'erronn Prostration Nocturn^^al Emhwiuua. l-eneorrhapa. Dlaalneas. Weak Mem^^ory, Loss of Power and Impotency, which If ne^^glected often lead to prematureoMazeand insan^^ity. Price si 00 a box. S boze. for S6 00 8eut by^mail on receipt of pnee.
AmtmVOI 1RAMEE for every f^.Ot^ortler. to refund the money if a Permanent^cure 1. not effected Thousands of testimonials^from old and young, of both sexes, permanently^cored br AritRopiTiKC. t'irrnlar free. Address^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.^wgrraaK pr^m h^BOX 17PORTLAND. OR
Soldby B. S. Pale A Co., wholesa e and retail^drnggtats, ao,a agents for Helena. Mont.
AnInfallible Cure for
This!^ not s patent medicine that effects a cars^by undermining the system, bat s remedy com^^posed of powerful ingredients that while la no^wise lnjnrloas. works directly upon the blood^and drives the disease out through natural Chan^nels.
ofChronic Cases of Rheumatism have been ef^fee ten by It daring the past year in Montana.
J.r. MURRAY A CO ,^Manufacturers, Aaaconca, M. t.
PUPE,v O CONNOR, Agents
Paidin Capital - - $150,000
Surplus^nd Profit* - 140,000
L.H. HERSHFIELL), Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'i^AARON HERSHFILLD, Cash'.
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Aguaranteed core tor all nervous^disease, sach as WKAK MRM^ORY, LO^^ * ^^ BRAIN POW8K^Hvsv-Ha, Headacb, PAIM IN^TUE Back, NKKVOt s PRO^TR*.T ION, WAKRPCLNES!*,^. LKl'CORKHCEA^beforeT^,nf. CNIVBRHA L.^Ll-N I i 1^ . ^ E V i ^ a !. W-.iK.^NIH.S 1 ru potency and general^loss of power of the Generative^Organs, in either sex, c used bv^tnouvretlnn or over-exertion, and^which ultimately lead to PKK-^MATVHK OLD AO*. 1S^*M-^TYand CO v-SUMPTION fl a^box or six boxes for $s Sent by^mall on receipt of price. Pull^pamphlet, sent free t every applicant.
WKI.I IHIMII M\ BOXES^to core any case For every $-*^ order recelued, we^send six boxes, with a written guarantee to re^toad the money if oar Specific does not effect .^care.
Addressall common icarlone to the sole Man-J^factorere, THE ML RRAY MEDICINE CO.,^Kansas City. Mo.^For ^e!e In Helena bv H. M. Paitrsrra * Co
InButte City, June I.
DK.S-LIIBIU 4 CO., From the
plants,everv or.an Is composed of cells. If tl^cells are deficient in any of the histological^mente the animal or plant becomes ill. The I^ecientlBc, as well as rational system of medicine^U that which restores these celts u^ a coadltlen of^health, and in this^he caa core many^tar arable-^He caa be consulted hlmse'f free of charce, tor^a tew weeks, at the M..chants Ho'ei, from 10 a.^m. to S p. mx., after which one or more physicians^who tht^rv airhly undevtand the system SfJ con^Ur ae the practice. Cellalovathy Is so popular la^Mpotane Falls that two pbyasctaas are kept baay.^Tte eecret of succeea is that all phy.iciane are^regular graduates, and no case la treated If U_s^tioctc)rs do not feel certain of suco se.
.^o. 2sae..^Appliostion for a Patent.
VSTTBD!*T.TBS LaSTO OSTICB, I
HaiaTia,Moarrajia, ^^May 11,18BS. }^Notice la hereby given that Bdmond R. Tandy^John S. M. Meill, Charles B. Ivans aJd^Henry O M. KoUoca, whose poseomce ad^^dress Is Helena, Lewis and Clarke o nnty^M T hare this dsv filed f1 elr^for . oatentfor eightv a^,:0D sri iss at _^fold, eftuate^i In -.norgani ied m^uty of Lewis and Clarke, and^of Montana, and rtsssffastnr) by legal^se foilowa, to-wit: LotsI ana 4, sac x. la^ship 10, a r. 4 w . containing 8S at lee scree.
TTvelorstlna of this mine is recorded In tbe re^^corder's oAce of Lewis and Clarke county, at^In book ^P^' of
tionalmains, if the same shall l^e of a diameter of^six inches or more, or if the same shall be ot a^c.i.m-^ter of leae tt.f,n six Inches, then one hy^drant fur es h one-seventh of a mile, said r-y-^drants to be of the pattern above specined. no hy^^drant to be placeo on any pipe lees than four^Inches inside diameter.
t. All mains ana pipes shall be laid at tbe^depth of dve feet below the established grade of^the ree.iective streets, and all repairs and exten^^sions cf such mains and pipes shall be under the^supervision of such street commissioner as to^grades, locations and streets. Provided: that, if^any system of pipes now in use In said city shall^be occupied by tne contractor, it shall not be^necessary to take up or relay any pipes now in^place.
7.In no esse shall said mains or pipes in any^manner interfere with any mains or pipes laid in^said streets, so se to Injure or obstruct the same;^nor shall said mains or pipes Interfere with or^obstruct any sewer now existing in said srreets:^nor shall there be any In erferenee with or ob^^struction of any mains or pipes which may be^aereaiter authori/.ed, laid or co structed by or^inder the authority of said dty by trains that^niay be hereafter laid by said contra tor; and at^all places and points in the said city where said^water mains or pipes approach t:as mains or^l^lpe^, there shall be at least six Inches of earth^between them.
S.The water which may be required by said^city of Helena for the use of any and all buildings^owned and ocenpied by e%td city for municipal^purposes, shall be furnished bv the contractor,^without cost or charge to said city.
9.In case of unavoidable accident cr b-eakare^of machinery, due time shall re Liven to 'he con^^tractor to repair the damages, but he shall receive^no pav from any person or corporation for any^time during which ke falls to furnish water in^the causes in this section stated.
IS.Tbe works herein provided for shall be so^constructed and maintained as to interfere ae lit^^tle as poselh e w^tb the rights of others, and any^damage resulting from such works, or the erec^^tion, construction or operation thereof, shall be^rHpair^d and paid for by the contractor
11.8^la works, and tbe water system con^^nected therewith, shall be completed and In^rea.'.-,: fjr t' e oonve\an^ e and rlstrlbution of^water through ^ut the twenty rri es of mains^h^rein'-f,-i e pro.lded tor,'^ o. b'tore the first^nay of J uly, A D.
Hi rop.isals shvJl sp ^ lfv the maximum rates^at which water shall be furnished said city and its^InhaMta'-te f r tbe varloue purposee for which^witer may be used under tbe contract, if s con^tract shall r^e awar sd.
13.Th* mayor and com r ltteeof the city council^of is aid citv.and any officer or other person author^^ized hy eai^3 council, shall at all limes have free^screes lo the satire works snd system herein^contemplated for the t urKo.-^e of Inspecting, ex^^amining or testing the same, or any part or^portp n thereof.
14.In case a contract shall be awarded, the said^council of said city, in 'b^ ordinance providing^for sal' con:r-cr, rusv sddeuch otuer safeguards^and provtsioi s for tbe pr.'t~c.ion or said city and^tte inhabitants, and for the car and preservation^of the streets ana al eys In s^id city, and for the^reg.laUon cond :ct and m nagecient of said^w. rk-s as to the said city council may seem for^tne beet Interest of said city aid its inhabitants.
15.All terms, ccn.l'loos and provlal ns of the^contract. In caee one shall be awarded, shall ap^^ply to and bind ae w 11 the original parties there^^to as their reep*-c*.ive success* rs and assigns.
16.Water u-.^ir. proikkd forsh 41 befurnishsd^eaid ctty for a term ot noa leas than one aor more^than fifteen years from the first day of Jan ,ary,
Proposalsshall be sealed. Indorsed ^Proposals^for water sup: ply.^ add rs seed to the chairman of^the uk'ie - , committee, a- d left with the city^ctork of sa*-d al^y oa or bef'^r^ the hour herein^first above earned.
Proposalsmust be accompanied by bonds In^tbe earn of five thousand dollars to eater into^contract If bid shall be accepted.
Tuertgiit to reyrct any and al. bids Is ex-^preeelv reserved-^Dated Helena, Montana, June if, i86s.
JACOBlUEB^C. A. DONNILY.^WM HARRISON.^Com Tiit'ee oa water.
Medicaland SureTtcal Institute,^301 and 303 West Uth St.. Kansas^City, Mo., and 400 Geary St..^San Francisco, Cal.
Forthe Treatment of all
Theabove long established snd most sucreeef n^specialists will open private reception parlors at^the northeast corner of Main street and Broad^^way, near Windsor hotel, Butte, June 1st.
Beetfacilities, apparatus and equipments for^successful treatment of every form of disease re^quiring medical and surgical treatment.
Mirytwo new rooms for patients; beet accom^^modations west of New York.
Writefor Illustrated papers on Deformities^Club feet. Curvature of the Spine, Pllee, Tumors,^Cancer, Catarrh, Bronchitis. Inhalation, Elec^^tricity, Msgnesl .m, Paralysis, Epilepsy. Kidney,^Bladder, Bye, Bar, bkin and Blood, and all^burglcal Operations.
Theonly rellsMe Medical and Surgical Institute^making a specialty of private diseases.
illBlood Diseases succeeefully treated. Syph^^ilids P^ ieon removed from the system without^mercury. New Restorative treatment for loss of^Vital Power. Persons unable to visit as may be^treated at home by correspondence, AH commu^^nications confidential Medicines or Instruments^sent by mail or express securely packed. One^l^ersonal Interview preferred. Call and consult^us, or send history of your case and we will send^In plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^thousands cannot be cured of Private, special^and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhoea, 1 nipotency, Syphilis, Oonorrhora,^Oieet, Yaricocle, etc-, etc.
raclficCoast Institute established for nearly s^nnarter of a century. Corner of Geary and^Mason streets, San Francisco, Cat. Dispensary
PurchaseGold and Silver ^^Hon, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposii;^Le/t for a Specified Time.
c\General Banking Busines.^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Print 1^pal Cities of Europe
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ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OP FOOT
Ifrnii want perfection in lit, witti tr^s-loin from
Cornssjsd all discomfort ^i u will *lwsv^ wesr^fiie Burt A Packard Shoe. It m srknowl
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esthe svk*. issysi ssfte, tee ssxt
KLi*-mena ^hoe ma !-^ in Uh w^n't spoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes,
ThsBurt ^ Packard Shoe crmt* no mors thaa
etberfln^^ slmr, tAn .f/K ****** lapnpn^m-t\ it in txa/aasA,
AH-tries in Han.l nis.de. HsDd-welt. snd Bnrtm %;^alw B4^t-i' sjsfl TeVISBJ*, It notsoid by ^ourdesJers si^kis mnic snd v^-tir Hil.Ir^*w to
r-ackarddt Field, e-^^^FRfc D GAfVER, HelertMcnt ,
DealersIn Patent MeJldn-s, Fancy T..I ^^'ioods. Lantern Lamps and Lamp floods, Ulsis^Paints. Oils, etc - Maruiral I astro menu, L'rutcbee^Braces, etc. Wholesale aeents for Caro fo^Coagbs snd Colds, Kirk s Pile Ointment, Wltche^JttroiKXllnm, Boeanko Medf iaea, Dr. KUners^Remedy. Danrielton Tonic, ureeon Kidney Tea^Dncard's Specific
Paid-TJpCapital^Surplus and Profit*
T.H. KleinschmidtAss't Cashier
Bmo.H. HillSecond Aset Cashier
easesof women s specialty. Book on dls
andDrne More ocenpying whole comer
Firstclass rooms and Board for 3W patients st^the sanitarium connected with tbe
Callor tddress Kansas City, Mo. or Mas Francisco
T.Hanser,John C. Curtln,
A.M. Holter,K. 8. Hamilton,
SranrllleStuart, C. P. Hiirrins.^K. W. Knight, A. J. Darfc,^T. H. Kleinschmidt, Henry ^ Parchen.
T.C. Power.^General BANKING Busineee
transacted. WInterest n.td on time deposits.
L.6. Phelps, Vloe-Pres. and Act. Cash'r
8.B. AtkinsonAssistant Cashier
A.g. Clark B, Hkrxan Sans,
H.V. galxn. PaTKB larson,
C.W. Cannon, B. C. W allace.^8. C. Ashbt D. A. Coby.
PaidUp Capital, - - $7d,000^Surplus and Fronts - - 20,000
'ntei ^ at Allowed on Time Uepo.lt.
E.D. KDGERTOjf^C. K, C0LB,^GKORGE H. CHILI),^JOE N. KK.NCK, :
:pbe8ident^Vick-Pbksident^Cash ikh^Assistant Cashieb
*head of mares and eeld n s weighing 1100 to^1400 pounds, bred at Wlllowhnrn Farm Beaver^heed Vallsy, tbs ge-. of lmpor.ed Perr.hsrrm and^French draft stallions have all heen driven to wag^on. ^^ his stock will reach Helena by July 3 and^can be seen at the Baxter ranch on Montana Ave^^nae north of ^ I' depot. Bone bayers are re^quested to call snd see them.
Territoryof Montana, County of Lewis and^t'larke^as..
laj ^.stice s Court, Ueleaa Towi^b, F Woodman. Justice of the Peace.
HelenaProduce and Commission Con plaintiff,^vs J^a'^ stftca and John Edwards, partners as^Slfton Jt Edwards.
1be people of the Territory of Montana, to tne^shove named defendant, John Kdwa Oa. greeting.
sadappear tie-^of the peace in^Clarke, at my^on w*edneeoay, the^th nay of Augnet, A. D. 1SBS. at 10 o clock a. m.^of said day. then aad there to make^answer to the complaint of Helena Pro-^dare end o mmiseiosj company, the above^nam^d plaintiff. la ^ a civil action a*^recover Klghty-one Dollars and Fifty rents, foe^annas, war- s sad mere I^r.v pleiattff to defendan^stance aad reqiset an 1 upor. ,^furnished defenrtsnts bv F P^assignee! to ^'ajr.tl^. snd in 4i^mcnt vclU^bw^i^MiSiied a
Dollarsand Fifty five o^their hehaif expended.
Vouare hereKv summoned lo be^fore me B ^' Woodman, a justice^aad for the county of Lewie and^la the dty of Helena
titvenunder my hand this JXh lav of
Justiceof mm Peace of said town-hip.
125ACRES^Home Grown Trees,
etc.always at the^and retail. AU ssnck warmst-^a as rep reseated order early.
WHITNEYBROS ,^Payette, Ada Coaaty, Idaho.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Applicationfor a Patent,
I'ittidHt.tss Lasts Onus, I^Helena. Montana. May. 11, IBM. f
Noticeis hereby given that Bdmond K. Tandy.^Anselem j. Davidson, John s M. Nsill. Thomas^T Davidson, William Davenpoit, Don Davenport,^Henry Nelll, and Edward D. Nsill, Jt, whose^postofflce address is Helena, Lewis and Clarke^county, M. T , have this day died their application^for a patent lor three hundred and arty 80-100^acres of the placer mine, hearing , sltuaasd^In unorganized mining district, ccuaty of Lewis^and Clarke and territory of Montana, sad desig^^nated by legal subdivisions as follows, to-wlt: eH^se^; *s of seV^ of ne^%; sw^t neVa . wH sel*: eH^of esi of swat; ett of sei% of n^ V sec. M. the ew^% swia and lot b, sec. 35, embracing S50 XO-100^ac;es In tap. 11, b^ r. 4 w.
Tbelocation of thla mine is recorded *n tbe *e^ccrde. ^s ofSce of Lewis and Clarke ro jnty, M. T.^in book ^P^ cf ranches aad ditches, pates 527 and^MS. The adjoining claimants are unknown. Any^aad all persons claiming adversely any portion of^said placer gr on^t are required to file their ad^^verse claims with the register ot tbe nl'ed States^land office at Helena, In the territory of Montana,^during the sixty davs' period of publication here^^of, or they will be barred by virtu, of the provis^Ions e' the statute.
8.W LANOHORNE, Register
Firstpublication May. 12, lr*v.
Rockand Earth Excavation and Tunnelling
Sealedproposals will be received at the office of^the company, in ogden, L tab, until noon, July SO,^lSett, for the coastrur-tlon of the tipper twelve^miles of the Bear Hlver Canal from the head^works, on Bear river. Box Elder county. I'tah. in^accordance with plans, prvfliee and specification^on file in the office of the engineer in charge, at^Ogden.
Tbeamount of work to be contracted f r in tbe^first sec ion is apnroxlmatrly_as follows; 2SO,ouo^cubic yards solid rock; I'^rock: 1AA,W0cubsc yards^tunneling.
(orjtrsctors will be required to glee s sufficient^bend for tbe faithful performance of Ihe con^^tracts awarded them The company reserve the^right to rej-ct anv and all bids.^FhSD MATHYAS. Engineer In ^ .. ^rg
AHistory of Our Msross. Our latsemen. Ou^Scholars, Our Men of Note In Every Field
19,000cubic vards^Is earth; l.JX lines
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFHBLBNA.^incorporated Under the Laws of Montana
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CARTERVice ITeeident
C.!^. l)A U l.ELK.Treasurer
Allows6 per cent, lntereet on Sarlnt-^DepOawte. compounded Jannarv and Jub.
CornerBroadway- and Warren Street,^Opposite U. 8. AMaj ' f!V*.
siL*wa. mosta:...^THOt^. O'BKIEN A fON, Prop*
VewiyFlitad aad Mew ^ Faralere^. :t^n ^ r;^^ lies aad Qsne Baths. r,r^i j.. ; ^^^- ^^BlUard r.- ail. ^^: all Mcvien Improverr-eats
HieOnly SauonaJ Standard.
Appleton's Cyelopssdia of American Biogra^^phy* contains a biographical sketch of every per-^;ln American civil aad military uiito^politics, la divinity, literature aad^and in tnevntlon including dletra-^as bora abroad thai are related to^^^TJ^^A s-mbraeas aU tjs eoarav^of Morta aad SosA AmerVa. It to a com^^plete history of taw New World In every braack^.-* human achievement.
Goldsad Silver ... $1 SO^eliveegcjada^lsad.. a oa
.5 00^. 5 00
'BUSRl'NB TO AND FROM ALL TBAINS
iau^e Fast-Mall Short Line from M^Paul and MiuueapolU via La Cro^*^^MUwaoae* to Chicago and all polntn in^ihe Kan tern States and Canada- It is the^only Una under oue managemeT.t be^^tween St. Paoi and Chicago, and is the^r lueet Kquipped Railway In the North-^weet. It is the only line running Pull^^man Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars with^Luxurious Smoking Rooms, and the^Finest Dining Cars in the World, tU the^famous ^River Bank Route,^ along the^shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful^Mississippi River to Milwaukee and^Chicago. Its trains connect with those^of the Northern lines in the Grand I nion^Depot at SL Paul. No change of e of^any class between St. Paul and Chi eago.^For through tickets, time-tables, an 1 full^information, apply to any coupon I icket^agent In the Northwest. R. lclUer,^Sen'l Manager; J. F. Tucker, Asst Gen'J^Manager; A. V. H. Carpenter, Gen'l Pass,^and TrL Agt; Geo. H. Heaflord, Asst^Gen'l Pass, and Tkt. Agt, Milwaukee^Wis. W. H. Dixon, Asst Gen'l Pat*.^Agent, St Pan! Minn.
attorneyand Counselor at Z.BW,
Willpractice ta all ourts of record la t s T^r^rttorv Office la HsU Block.
PhyaicianBurgwon.Aooouchar. O alMit^avad Aarist.
OSSee Parcaen s ^: rug store, i^aad Sioawwaj. Batraace oa .Mosslwai as Jaa't-
aaoBBDSgrway. antral^^ -^^ l Miialaas^aad lactkaa.
QuUrsnCry tor Pitcher's Castx'ta.
lnfermented and not^intoxicating. Acts like^a charm in all cases of Diar^^rhoea and Dysentery and al!^stomach and bowel troubles.^Grateful alike to women, chil^^dren and convalescents. Girta^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Imported and bottled by
MlHALOVTTCH,FlXTCHXR A Co.
Cincinnati,O. For sale by^J. 8WITZER, sole agent, Helena, Montana and^all wholesale and retail Druggists, Liquor Dealers^and Wine Merchants everywhere.
Havingrepaired and en arged my Laborat ory^am no* prepared to give all bistds or ASS AYS^asd CHEMICAL '.OKK at short notice. Oners^from the country hy mall or express receive^prompt attention Samples kept six months, and^all work guaranteed.
Willexamine, report on and negotiate the^of mines
Urandand Jackson streets, rear First National^Bank, Helena. M. T.
ATTOKHET-A T-IiA W,^ROOM '. and 4 ASHBY BI.OCK. HELENA, Bf.t
Weclaim this is the finest chew of Plug^Tobacco ever offered to the public, and^any lover of a good chew will acknowledge^it has no equal after once trying it. Wi^want you to taste it; your judgment is^better than our praise.
Ouraim is to excel. We think we have^it.* The rapidly increasing deman_ foi^BLUE GRASS proves that it has merit.
Madefrom the choicest and most care^^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky. BLOC GRASS is a tough and last^^ing ohew, superior to any Plug Tobacco^produced- We ask you to try it, feeling^jonfldent you will appreciate the quality^which has made
famousfor its HIGH GRADE 0T EXCELLENCE.
Malat*t. and Helena av., Helena, Montana, Every
rooma flrst-class front roost
Mainstreet. Helena, Montana. Bulnsee center ot the city. First class. AU^the above hoasee Many restaurants in dose proximity at all prices. European Plan,^TSc tl.nn. suits il.Vi per day according to 1.^cation American Han SI r^ to iirW oer day^weekly rates. No disreputable people allowed.B. o. LENOIR, Prop both
Furniture, Carpets, Wall
Havingleased the two upper floors of the Davidson block and connected th bbbBS with oar already^immense salesrooms, we now occupy four entire floors extending through tbe whole Mock fro**^Jackson to Main street, stocked throughout with goods of every grade and at prices that defy coampa*^Ution. Every purchase made STHlCTLY FOB CAnH DIRECTLY FROM FIRST HANDS mm*^shipped in CAR LOADS ONLY. An examination of goods and comparison of prices so lid Bad.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
fortDlrrrit mitA da
raai sejctlt n-RKDky aatsasx.
BMwSwia.TBir TRl'AA inWotui
r**+\KK I M\^ U. ^i^ ins lisTi^rrKtiit.^_ J ^,-f*s^rl^ ^ ' KK. Wftrt with Rtw.cS^ ^H:^TLi- Wtm ln^i.l.n^ rritntunca Hrlsjct. r^^r^d strlrt'v oo V- ^V^ PHcc *S AS* l.Iu-i'.J^SANBf fi. SAWKI ftlMK.IEMVERv C3
~Kti^ hj the Ol-'^I)U 1 iFfirK'H PATK\ i^-ACiUTlCELASTICTRUS.
V-a. vai-'va, AVD 'islt OfVTIV1^Floctric Trw^s Ivrfsrt R^t*inr^r.^East to sMs-Fir. I n^tan: ly rsi!^^-^^^^ mvt- ^^r***^. Has con-d thon^wiD'la. Kstal J- ..^^^n.i fur ^ r*~ ] i-'r-st**.! I'snipn l*)t N^-, J
rM ^ACRAMyyfo ST hA.V FKANflSCO CA '
iPfKITIVF FcrLCSTorFAlXniG MANHOOD;^m ruai I ll t General snd NERVOUS DEBILITY;^/^ITTT1^ X1 Weskness of Body snd Blind: Effects^^sw XwsbU of Error* or Exces^es in Old or Young1.
Rohsial,S-.KIa IIMIIMIII rNM, R a.orvrt. HsssTtn t n la r^^. a r^4^S(rc. s-th. a ^ ft It. IKLOPrP l^H*.,%s * I'tKTS. ' I 'll.
llH-i^Fii t^Nralll^atT HOIK TKKaT^*.*T^ S^^*^Sta Is ^ mmj.^R*^ Icallry rrnsN 4 1 Hlatc^. Terrirwrtta, aatd Rsarrlera 4 nuniri-a^Ton r*aa write lhc*a. wU-tk. full.t Isni'n.n, an I ti wif* at alls-,
UStm. ISn. ill! HEIICAl C- *' FALQ. R. V
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Corres^^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
Caroets- Wall Paper
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
-PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
Wewill inaugurate a Mid-Summer Clearance Sale commencing July 15th of monster magnitude,^goods, stylish g ods fashionable goods will be slaughtered. Wejnean business. All must go!^no goods over.
valueswill be ignored!
Ladies,you have he.d the kindness to patronize us to a high degree this feaeon. We rtc procate by^pivicg you unheard of bargains during this salt- No snap side-show goods that has been in stock for^20 years, or none covered with mold and mill-dtw, resurrected for a ehove sale. But beautiful values,^charming effects will be p'aced upon our counters at prices unhtard of m Helena before.
Thepublic well knows that the NEW YORK store is unapproachable in style. How can it be otherwise,^with MANY, MANY years of experience, abundant resources, a most qualified buyer, a fashionable modiste,^give us advantages far beyond any wild hope competition may have. We are the leaders in style, the lead^^ers in quality and leaders of low prices ! The key note of our great sale will be, to seekers of good values:
BEADEDWRAPS MUST GO,
REMNANTSxMUST^- - Monday, July
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena