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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUBSDAT MOHXIXG. JULY 11, 1889.
TheGamewell System now in Ope-^ration in Helena^Thorough^Tests Made.
Old Fogy Systems Effectually Rele^^gated to the Misty and Silent
NothingIn thr ^^n^aUon
Mail*-Graves -Lwal ^ewa of^Interest.
TheCn^i and official ttrat of the trame-^well tire alarm telegraph was made laat
eveningfor the benefit of the council com^^mittee, Aldermen HajT.son, Kentlierly and^Donnelly. Mayor Fuller also accompanied^the coiumittee In the inspection of the^work, which was conducted by J. I*. Stack,^the person who put the ijsteui in. Every^alarm box in the city wa^ U-*Ud, aud for^^everal hours the big Ml in KM tower,^which rau* with unuauu vitfur, was kept^busy. Only one hitch occurred during the^test, which waa that at ^uuuii:^ tne tower^beU refused to ring, hut 'hat ^ iu cau*. d by^some person interttriuK at lue tow^r. li^was soon remedied, and no iii-.re truubie^t,,llow^-d, the indicator at the central sta^u^u and the tower bell faithfully recording^x'.r numbers from each box.
Ue'oiestarting out the committee in-^^pond the machinery at the engine house.^1 tiia ^ onaUts of a circuit n peater, gal-^vanoui-tera, to test the strength of the^rlectric current, a lightning arrester, switch^i*^ard and circuit sounders. This ap^^paratus is called the automatic central^ort-.ee. The circuit r. plater is a very in^^tricate aud rxpeusu e piece of iuecna.iism.^ami is ruclostd id a glass case. There are^two galvauoai'-ters, one for each circuit.^They act similar i ^ a steam guage and in^^dicate at all tim^ s tne electro-motive torce^of the batteries and the exact electrical con^dition ot the circuits by the defection of a^magnetic needle as plainl) as the guage on^a steam t^)iier indicates the pressure -^steam in its index.
Onthe same door with the engines and^hose-carts the battery is placed. 1 here are^seventy-one glass jars on three shelves, and^the battery is wade ot copper, blue stone^line and water.
the signal boxes are of cast-iron, cot^^tage-shaped and contain clockwork with^spring or weight motors aud are perfec^^tion, never tailing U^ do their work well.^The clockwork is enclosed in a dust tight,^iron, round box whicii is placed ia one cor^^ner. The case contain*. in addition to the^round box, a lightning arrester; also a tel^^egraph key and call bell for police signals.^The alarm is sent in by pulling down a^lever which projects through the inner^door, and the ndinner of the station will^ring four limes. There are about rive keys^to each box. The nearest residents to the^boxes and policemen will be furnished^with these. N^ mistake can be made in^sending the number, as the clockwork^does that itself.
Atthe central station is hung an indica^^tor combined with a large gong. It is an^ornamental contrivance resembling a large^clock. The indicator plainly shows the^number ot the box from which the alarm^is given, while the gong, simultaneously^with the bell in the tower, sounds the num^^ber in loud, clear tones. These indicators^and t'ong, though on a smaller scale, are^placed at the residence of Chief Fire Mar-^*^ *l Wit in- r and at the Water company's^office.
itwas noticeable during last night's test^that the tower bell rang out in loud and^mellow peals that smm never heard be^^fore. The reason for this is that the elec^^tric bell striker placed there hy the Game-^well company striken an moo-pound blow,^and is capable ot stiiKing ^ blow of double^that force. The \.t^-ran tower watch, Sam^Uichardson. is her^ t^^ relieved of the labor^ot tapping the bell, w :.ich he has faithfully^done tor the past eight years.
Thecommittee will probably report at^the next meeting ot the council. Those^who have investigated the woiking ot the^system are unanimously of the opinion^that the city fathers never made a more^judicious expenditure than when they con^^tracted for the Gamewell tire alarm. It^was secured for S4.2U0. Fireman McKin-^non said ^ ^ sterdaj tuat the Gamewell is^used in New York, Chicago, Brooklyn.^Denver and over :^^^ other large cities and^it ought to be good enough for Helena.
BOATRACING IN MONTANA.
Teamsfrom Butte, Hslsas alio Great Falls^tm Contest at Central Park Next Sundvjr.
Itis proposed to have a big time at Cen^^tral Park next .Sunday, as that is the day^set for the grand opening of the resort^it has been remodeled. A feature,^iy new in Montana, will be a scull^^ing race, which will take place in the arti^^ficial lake which a score of workmen are^^till engaged in constructing. The waters^of Bison creek have been turned into this^lake, forming a .iieet of water nearly a^mile long and several hundred feet wide.^Thirty new row-boats and a steam launch^have arrived at the grounds from Wauke-^gan. III. Kowing clubs have been formed^at Butte, Ureal Fails and Helena, and^these will compete in a race next .Sunday.^Prof. Price and MTle Viola, the seronaula.^have been engaged to give a double balloon^assension and parachute leap on the same^occasion. Improvement is the order of the^day at the park, which now presents an at^^tractive appearance. The novelty of the^sculling races and double balloon ascen^^sion will undoubtedly attract the greatest^crowds of the season from Butte, Helena^and intermediate points, and the Montana^Central will make a low rate for the occa-^-ion.
AShort Session Held, at Which^Numerous Resolutions Are Pre^^sented and Referred.
TheMethodists Want Incorporated a^Plank for the Enforced Ob^^servance of Sunday.
TheSense of the Convention That Two^Sessions a Us; at Present is^Time Wasted.
G.U. A- G. :!. (iatos Key West cigars at^Swend Carlson's.
Lawyers'Uriels gotteai np In Beat^fiTiu aud on short notiec at litis otllef
Nothingin It.^An inquest was held yesterday upon the^bodies of two children who were disin^^terred from the old Catholic cemetery.^Their graves were discovered by a d t.-^^tive who had been etuplojed by parties^who wished to create a sensation. One^was a premature birth, to wnich fact a rep^^utable physician gave t, slim.my. Al^^though the burials may not and were not^In compliance with the law, yet the sensa^^tion promised is still to come out. the^vent'e-t was that the children came to death^from natural causes.
Ladies'Swiss^about half price.
embroideredrobes t^r ai.hii.i' ^ Clakkk.
SmilingAlbert's Smash.^Something wearied Smiling Albert latt^evening. He had a woeful cast ot countt -^nance and a loaded cane. Business had^been good with him. He had sold a car^load of beer and distributed 3,000 plates of^clam chowder to the hungry. But he was^dissatisfied. He remarked that some one^was attempting to do him up, and rather^than stand that he up with his cane and^smashed the transparency in front of his^place of business. There was a wild rush^for the place as the sound ot breaking^glass smote the ears of the pedestrians.^Smiling Albert stood in his door and re^^marked to a burly policeman who came^up: ^1 did it,^ That was all there was ot it
Ladieswhy surfer with your feet when a^good comfortable slipper can be had at^Gamer's for SI that will give relief.
Lawyer*Briefs gotten up In neat form and^qn short notice at this office
GesangVerein's Purchase.^Yesterday the Gesang Verein purchased^through DeLacey and Loeb a corner lot on^Hoback street and Eleventh avenue. The^lot is 177 feet front by 140 feet deep, and is^within a short distance of the motor line.^The society will at once build a large hall.^The site ia considered one of the best in the^city and the price, $4,500. is considered^very cheap.
Remnantsof dress goods at about half^price^dress lengths.
SellsBros'. a liarrett's circus and mena^^gerie will appear in Helena July 16, and of^course everybody in the territory will^come to see. Sells Bros, are well known^all through Montana, and their consolida^^tion will add attraction. Whatever is^advertised on the bills they show, and the^price of admission is within the reach of^all.
Lawyers'Briefs gotten up In nest form and^on short nof.e at this office.
Helena,July 10, lvw.^All members of^the Montana Bar association are earnestly^requested to attend the meeting of the as^^sociation, to by held on Thursday, the 11th^iwt., at ft p. m. A resolution of gTea* im-^^ponance to the profession has been set for^consideration at said meeting. By order^of the association. H. G. MiTktire.
Orderyour Milwaukee beer through tel^^ephone 1ST. F. J. Kenck, agent.
lskenderBey. the distinguished dealer^in genuine Turkish rugs, portieres, em^^broideries, etc., has just arrived in Helena.^He intends to make an exhibition of his^goods in this city and sell tbem at auction^in a very short time.
O'Brien^Sore n so n.
M.J. O'Brien and Minnie Sorenson were^married yesterday at the residence of the^bride's sister. Mrs. W. C Stephens, by^Judge Sanders, a few intimate friends^witnessing the ceremony. Mr. O'Brien ia^fire marshal of Butte, and is one of the^most popular young men in the Smoky^City, and his bride U a general favorite in^Helena. A dinner was given at the Bon^Ton to his friends last evening, after^which the happy couple loft for Butte.
Nomore beer received at the Louvre^from Boesmann Bros, or R. EL Klein-^schmidt. W. H. Baker and Smiling Albert,^proprietors.
Lawren' Uriels gotten tip In neat^Ilim fcgMgaasjsjfjM sitaisoavr.
TneCommittee l - the Ikeml With C. I^Colbert for 1 SO Arras.
Yesterdaythe special committee ap^^pointed by Mayor Fuller to purchase a^cemetery site purchased from Charles K.^Colbert and wife a tract of land containing^120 acres about four and a half miles from^the city. The price paid was 83,600. For^some time the cemetery committee has^t^-. n i-ndeavoring to get a suitable place for^a burial ground, and numerous proposi^^tions have come from private individuals^to furnish a cemetery, none of which were^taken advantage of. Out of the many prop^^ositions, Mr. Colbert's waa considered the^most liberal, on account of his refunding to^the city 8500 for a burial lot for himself^and family.
Theground was examined yesterday by^the city engineer, who says it will require^but little pumping to get the water upon^the. highest ground. Most of the ground is^under ditch and can be covered at any^^time. There is an abundance of water^500^inches go with the deed^a good house, and^the superintendent of the cemetery will^have a large aniouat of ground to grow^tiowers upon. The city has a bargain, if^the reports of the committee are to be re^^lied upon, and there is no reason why they^should not be.
Lawyers'Briefs gotten up In neat^form and on abort no'Ire at this unit e.
Fifteenand ^ cent lawn for 10 and 12^cts. atKai.kk.h A Clarke's.
Thebest SI corset in Mo- tana. The^price is SI 50 elsewhere.
HananA Sons' men's 8^i shoes for $4
Thepolice did not make an arrest yes^^terday.
Anattachment for sxv2.04 was levied^against the Helena Pressed Brick company-^yesterday.
JohnLesser, a native of Austria, was ad^^judged insane by a jury yesterday in Judge^Howey's court.
Jackson,the accused murderer of Bruno^Leveille, will have a hearing before Judge^Howey this afternoon.
TheMrs. Tool.- whose death was noticed^in Tuesday's Independent was not the^mother of J. K. but ot J. K. Toole.
AlbertKtleigh, son of W. B. Kaleigb.^shot himself in the hand Tuesday and his^finger will probably have to be amputated.
I.idaGardner and her company of female^mastodons, including the famous minstrel,^Billy Arnold, appear to-night at the opera^house.
Marriagelicenses were issued yesterday^to M. J. O'Brien, of Butte, and Minnie Sor^enson, of Helena; Thomas McCardle and^Mrs. Annie Cooper, of Helena.
Healestate men report the market as dull^as ever but prices as firm as the straits of^Gibraltar. A reaction of the spring activ^ity is not anticipated until after the fair.
Acomplaint was filed with the city mar^^shal yesterdey protesting against the^stench arising from the sinks in the rear of^Boyle's restaurant on upper Main streeL
Dr.Wynne, oculist and aurist, is build^ing two new five-room brick|houses in the^Central addition, back of A. J. Davidson's^new warehouse on Helena avenue, and^will have them completed by Aug. 15.
itis probable that a large field of bidders^will send proposals for furnishing lielena^with a water supply. The bids will be^opened August 1, and Alderman Loeb is^ruily receiving letters relative to the prop^^osition from the east. There are five bid^^ders already.
GeorgeMitchell, a street car driver,^knocked a would-be thief out Tuesday-^night. The unknown jumped on the car^at Helena avenue, and with pointed pistol^demanded Mitchell's money, when the lat^^ter knocked him off the car and continued^his run.
Theattorneys for Johnson, the murder^^er under sentence of death and now con-^nned in the Deer Lodge jail, were to have^i^een heard on their motion for a new trial^in the supreme court yesterday, but all the^papers were not in and the case was post^^poned.
Thisevening the officers of My rtle Lodge^No. S. Knights of Pythias, will be installed^for the ensuing term. A banquet will be^given by the newly elected officers in honor^of the event. All members and sojourning^brethren are kindly requested to be in^attendance.
Thetown is well billed with handsome^paper and creditable pictures of some of^the notable horses that will run at the Twin^City Jockev club meeting which begins^luly 23. 1 he railroad companies are also^booming this racing meeting, offering^transportation for one fare for the round^trip.
Ladies'silk vests, the best value in town^atKalkioh A Clarke's.
Lswyfra'Brlela gotten np In neat^lorru and on ^hon notice at this office.
Tryour best patent flour, the beet in^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
JossT. Mummy A Co.'s.
Mrs.Fridley. of Great Falls, is at the^Merchants.
Then.Gibson, of Great Falls, is at the^Cosmopolitan.
UnitedStates Marshal Geo. irvin was in^town yesterday.
Col.C G. Bradshaw, the well-known^turfman, is in the city.
ArchieMcGregor Is in town again, and is^staying at the Cosmopolitan.
JosephNewman and Sylvanus Wilcox,^of Elgin, HI., are at the Grand Central.
Leo.Chapman and A. V. Kiggs. of East^Helena, left last night for a visit to Athens,^Ohio.
Henry(reigerich, manager of the Ana^corMa Flume company, is at the Grand^Central.
E.P. Simpson, business manager of the^Walnut street theatre, Philadelphia, is in
WillN. Ten Ey ck. of Boulder, and J. M.^Page, of Twin Bridges, the home of Spo^^kane, are at the Grand Central.
JudgeJ. W. Strevell. of Miles City, is^here to attend the meeting of the Montana^1$ it association, of which he is president.^He ia at the Merchants.
JohnJ. Fallon, the popular local agent of^the Montana Central railway, has gone to^Birmingham, Ala. having received news^of the death of his newly-born child and^the serious illness of Mrs. Fallon.
Mrs.S. K. Ainslie, wife of the newly-^appomted general manager of the Wisoon^sin Central, passed through Helena for the^I'oast yesterday in a private ear, accom^^panied by her mother and sister, of SL^Paul.
W.C. Flanderand J. D. Connolly, Minne^^apolis, B. ii. Jones and W. C. Church^^ward, White Sulphur Springs, H McMil^^lan, San Francisco. Alex Rosa, of Butte,^and James Stephenson, Winnipeg, are^among yesterday's new arrivals at the^Belvidere.
Thehigh position attained and the uni^^versal acceptance and approval of the^pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs^as the most excellent lavative known, illus^^trate the value of the qualities on which^its tnoeees is baaed and are abundantly^gratifying to the Cal. Fig Syrup company.
Newsateens and parasols at
Lawyer*Briefs asttan up in neat form and^on short notice at this office.
52to $3.50 ladies' hose for SI; SI to 51.50^for 75 cts.. and 75 eta. to SI for 50 eta. at^Raleioh A Cl ai-.k i -
twelfthsessions and was elected from^Meagher county as a member of that body^in the thirteenth ^^ ssion as well as to the^fifteenth session. Mr. Kanouse was mar^^ried In Illinois in lftfVS. He is a democrat^in politics, an eloquent speaker and a fine^parliamentarian.
Theconvention was called to order^promptly at 10 o'clock by President Clark.^After roll call and prayer by the chaplain,^Kickard. of Silver Bow, presented a^memorial from the Methodist conference^recently held in the city, praying the con^^vention to incorporate a clause relative to^the strict observance of the Sabbath, mak^^ing it compulsory upon persons to observe^Sunday as a day of rest, and that no work^other than that which is necessary or^merciful (should be done. The memorial^also prays that there be incorporated a^clause prohibiting the manufacture and^sale of intoxicating liquors or stimulants^except for medical or scientific purposes.^Referred to the committee on miscellane^^ous subjects.
Bickford,chairman of committee on pre^amble, presented a long resolution em^^bodying the subject matter ol tne whole^preamble. It was read and referred to the^committee on printing with orders to have^printed.
Thefollowing ordinance was presented^by Hart man:
Theperfect toleration of religious senti^^ment shalhbe secured, and no inhabitant of^Montana shall be molested in person or^otherwise on account of religious views:^that the people of Montana declare that^tbey will in nowise appropriate any unap^^propriated public lands that are within the^limits of lands held by any Indian tribe^until such title shall be extinguished by^the t'niled States; that such lands shall re^main under absolute control of the^I'm ted States; that proper'y owned by^parties outside of the state i^ all never be^taxed higher than ;h lands i f these resid^^ing within the borders of tue state: that^none of the land owned or to be owned by^the United states for its use shall be taxed;^that the land of any Indian or tribe of In^^diana will be taxed as are surrounding^lands when they may be obtained other^^wise than by government grant and speci^^fied as such; that the debts and liabilities^of the territory of Montana shall be as^^sumed by the state of Montana; that pro^^vision shall be made for public schools, to^which all the children of Montana shall^have access and shall be free from sectarian^control: that this ordinance shall be irre^^vocable without the consent of the people^ot the state of Montana.
Referredto tne committee on ordtances.
Lucepresented a resolution to the effect^that none of the lands granted by congress^to the state of Montana for school purposes^shall ever be sold, granted or in any way-^disposed of other than leased. Nor shall^any moneys accruing from taid lands be^used for any purpose other than the sup^^port of the public schools of the state.
Itwas referred to the committee on pub^^lic lands and boundaries.
Callawaysubmitted a resolution in sub^^stance that no c rporation or employe of^any corporation shall give to any member^of the general assembly, state county or^city officer a free pass for transportation or^to any member of his family. Any corpor^^ation violating any provision of this ordi^^nance shall forfeit 81,000 for each violation^hereof, and any officer accepting any tree^pass shall forfeit his office and the emolu^^ments thereof.
Burleighoffered as an amendment that^the provision should be enforced by ap-^prom iate legislation.
Referredto the committee on miscella^^neous subjects and future amendments.
J.K. Toole i ffered a resolution pertain^^ing to exemption from taxes of United^States lauds and state lands, and taxes ^-n^mines of all descriptions, and it was re^^ferred to the finance committee.
Joyoffered the following resolution:^Resolved, That every male citizen of the^United States above the age ot 21 years,^who can read and write the English lan^^guage and who has never been convicted of^treason or felony, and who shall have re^^sided in this state one year and in the city,^county or district where he may offer u^^vote for six months nett prior to any elec^^tion, and no other person, shall have the^right to vote in this state, provided that^nothing herein shall disfranchise any one^who is a legal voter at the time of the^adoption of this constitution.
Itwas referred to the committee on^rights and suffrage.
Ilogansubmitted a proposition in sub^^stance that the state shall not have the^power to contract the labor of anyone con^^victed and confined to any individual or^corporation. Referred to committee on^labor.
Whitehillmoved that all the articles^from No. 2 to No. 17 inclusive, of the con^^stitution of 1km. be referred to the appro^priate standing committees, and they were^so referred.
Kennedyoffered a resolution in regard to^the establishment of new counties that they^should be named in regard to mountain^ranges, rivers or any natural feature in the^vicinity of the said proposed county. Re^^ferred to committee on city, town and^county organizations.
Middletonmoved to change rule No. 3^i^so as to provide that committees Nos. 17^and H should be allowed to report at any^^time during the sitting of the codvention.
Themotion was seconded by Burleigh^and adTipted under a suspension of the^rules.
Burleighsaid that it was apparent to all^that the bulk of the work of the convention^would have to be done by committees, and^he thought it useless to hold two sessions a^day. One session a day until such time as^the committees are ready to report he^thought was sufficient.
Maginnisagreed with Burleigh, and^spoke in favor of one session a day.
GovernorCarpenter also was in favor of^one session, and to test the convention^moved to adjourn and the motion pre^^vailed.
4)1R I'tlKTK AIT GALLKItt.
Lawyers'Briers gotten ap 1st neat^in i 1 wtSee at tata aSatoa.
ParisGibson.^The subject of this sketch is not what^light be termed an ^old-timer,^ but he^has lived in Montana^about nine years, and^during that time has^shown himself to be a^man of sterling busi^^ness integrity and a^valuable acquisition to^Montana. Mr. Gibson^first saw light in Maine^in 1*30, and at the age^of 21 years graduated with high honors at^Bowdoin College. In 1855 he was elected^to the Maine state legislature and was the^youngest member of that body. During^ls5h he removed to Minnesota, and there^engaged in the first manufacturing enter^^prises of that state. His business associate^was W. W. Eastman, and they manufac^^tured rtour and operated woolen mills to-^k'e'her until 1*79. Mr. Gibson took a livtly^interest in the affairs of Minnesota^and was largely instrumental in establish^^ing its present extensive manufacturing^industries. He built the first flouring mill^there. The year 1K80 found Mr. Gibson^permanently located in Montana and par^^ticularly in Cascade county. He at once^engaged in the wool-growing business, and^in 1882 acquired some lands, and in the^same year founded the city of Great Falls,^which has bad a healthy and substantial^growth since its inception. Mr. Gibson^evinced a deep interest in the affairs of^northern Montana, and having great con^^fidence in the future of the territory, he^displayed his zeal by the outlay of large^sums of money in the city whieh he created.^When Great Falls assumed the dignity of a^municipality, the father of the place was^elected mayor without opposition. He is^vice president of the Great Falls Water^Power and Townsite company, a director^of the First National bank there, and^heavily interested in wool growing. In the^constitutional convention he represents the^Fourth district, and is a useful as well as^handsome member of that august body.^Mr. Gibson is married and has two sons.
Ja*. V- Kanouse.
lamesEdgar Kanouse, member from^Meagher coanty. was born at Woodstock.^N J., in 1845. He crossed the plains to^Bozeman, Mont, in^1886, and has resided^In Meagher county^since 1H68, now mak^^ing his home at Town-^send. He is a lawyer^by profession, but is^also engaged in busi^^ness as a member of^he firm of Marks A^Kanouse, warehouee-^Eaam, contractors, freighters, stage proprie^^tors and wholesale grain dealers. He is^interested in the Arrow Cattle company,^range on the Marias in Custer county. He^was chief clerk of ^^loghwalain ia
thelower boos^ of the^beta the eleventh and
Mr.McAdow, who is the democratic rep-^r*^.\- of Fergus county :u the onsti-^tutional convention,^is a native of Ken^^tucky, and in two^more weeks will^have compl- ted the^fifty first year of his^age When Mr. Mc^Adow was one year^old his parents re^^moved with him to^the Piatt Purchase,^Missour. where the^the family resided^on a farm until 1850, when they started for^California. The elder McAdow di-d en^route, at the isthmus of Panama, after^which the son. arcompai.lf d by a maternal^uncle, returned to Missouri, where be re^^ceived his education at the Masonic college.^In 1857 he went to Fort Bridger, and in^18ih accompanied Johnson's expedition Ui^Salt Lake: at that place he found employ^^ment wiih Gilbert A G~rvish as assies^man, but in the suuitu' r ot laoo returned^home to Missouri. In the spring of lhfil he^started up the river to Fort Benton, but the^boat on which he took passage caught^fire at the mouth of Poplar river.^350 miles from his destination,^and exploded her boiler. Mr. McAdow^lost all his baggage in this accident, and^was obliged to walk the remainder of his^way to Fort Benton. His first winter in^Montana was spent in the Bitter Root val^^ley. His discovery of gold in Pioneer gulch^in the spring of 18H2 was the occasion of^the first excitement over mining in this ter^^ritory. Having taken out about 81,000^worth of gold, Mr. McAdow in the autumn^moved to Bannack, leaving what subse^^quently proved to be one of the richest^placer claims in the country. Mr. McAdow^and his partner. A. S. Blake, had some sue^cess at Bannack, but thought to do better,^and in the spring of 18*^3 they and several^companions started down the Yellowstone^to the Big Horn. On the wav they were^attacked by Indians and two of^the party killed and as many-^more wounded. In fighting their^way back to their friends at Alder gulch^one of the party discovered the first^gold in what has been, proba dy, the^richest diggings in Montana. Mr. Mc^^Adow put up the first saw mill in Alder^gulch, while his partner mined. A year^later Mr. McAdow sold out at Alder and^located a ranch in the Gallawn valley. He^erected a grist mill, and the second season^raised ninety acres of whest, which was^ground at his mill, and as Hour was then^selling at 825 a sack it can rea lily be imag^^ined that he was as profitably engaged as^though his energies were devoted to min^^ing. Mr. McAdow owns a great deal of^property ia Bozeman and Billings, and a^month or two ago sold his Sis^tted Horse^mine, near Maiden, for 8500.000 Much of^his prosperity is due to the tireless energy^of Mrs. McAdow. who developed decided^business talent early in their marriage^eareer.
JohnR. Toole, of Anaconda, is a nstive^of Maine, Sy years of age. He came west^sixteen years ago^and has since lived^in Utah, Idaho and^Montana, and for^the past six years at^Anaconda, where he^is engaged in min^^ing. Mr. Toole ^ 4S^treasurer of Custer^county, Idaho, for^one term,and served^Deer Lodge county^as member of the house of represei, .tives^in the fifteenth legislative ass .nbly.^Wherever he has been he has comr. inded^the respect and esteem of his ftl',, a ,-iti-^zens. He was married in 1882 in Idaho to^Miss Anna Hardenbrook. Tbey have two^children both girls, aged 5 and 3 years, re^^spectively. He is a democrat.
Nomore beer received at the Louvre^from Boesmann Bros, or R. H. Klein-^schmidt. W. H Baker and Smiling Albert,^proprietors.
The ItoMton and Montana Itanri Kxpreiw^Their Nynipathy for Prof \aeger.
Inspeaking of the death of his son Prof.^Yaeger said yesterday it was not the force^of tae rocket that did the fatal work, but^the explosion. It was a four-pound rocket^and exploded inside the breast, shattering^the heart in such a manner tha* death was^instantaneous
Inconnection with the sad occurrence^the following preamble and resolutions of^condolence were unanimously adopted by^the Boston and Montana band, at a meet^^ing held at Butte July K. About the time^of the occurrence Prof. Yaeger wes escort^^ing the band to the scene of the pyrotech^^nic display:
Whereas.It has pleased the Almighty^to suddenly remove from his loving par^^ents and playmates. Lancelot Yaeger, and
Whereas,It is but just that we should,^give expression to our sympathy for the^loving father and prelessional friend. Prof.^Yaeger, therefore, be it
Resolved,That we, the Boston A Mon^^tana band, extend to Prof. Yaeger and^wife our most heartfelt sympathy in the^hour of their sore hereavment, and
Resolved,That a copy of these resolu^^tions he engrossed and forwarded to the^bereft vert parents and ordered published in^the 3utte Inter Mountain and the Helena
Theresolutions are signed by J. H. Viv^^ian, President; S. W. Treloar, secretary:^Thos. Watters, treasurer, and nineteen^members of the band.
Hanana Sons' men's 8^5 shoes for 84 at^Gamer's.
G.a. R., Attention.
Onaccount of the annual encampment^of the Grand Army of the Republic in^August, the Northern Pacific Kailroad^company will sell tickets to Milwaukee and^return at one fare for the round trip^(S58.^0).
Ticketswill be on sale August ;.^ to 2H,^inclusive, good to return until Sept. 7. The^final limit returning may be extended at^Milwaukee until Sept 30,
A.D. Edoar,^General Agent, Helena, Mont-
Ladies'50 cent gauze vests for 25 cents ..t^Ralek.h a Clarke's.
arenow in fine order for preserving.
LindsayA Co., Limited.
TheBee Hive has just received a large^lot of baby carriages, and w:ll sell them^on Thurtday and Friday at the very^low prire of 810 00, worth s15 00. Call^early if you want to secure one of them.
Noticeto Tax Payers.
The15th day of July will be the last day^tor the return of tax lists. All lists not re^^turned by that date will be made out ac^^cording to law with twenty per cent added^to amount.w m J. Bickett.
Greatspecial sale of ladies hosiery now^atRaleigh A Clarke's.
MontanaCheese.^Mike Reinig has just received a fine lot^of Montana cheese, the same kind that be^has been handling for the last twenty^years. Also a fine lot of fresh butter.
Nomore beer received at the Louvre^from Boesmann Bros, or K H. Klein-^schmidL W. H. Baker and Smiling Albert,^proprietors.;
RealEstate Transfers.^The following real estate transfers were^filed In the recorder's office yesterday:
JamesBlake to Ueorge Vessay; lot 8. block
PBlake additionf 900
AUrleauurer to Hollie Byrnes: lot ^, blocs
HELENA IN BRIEF.
O.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to 5 at the Bon Ton.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor, No.^15 North Main street.
E.R. E. Carpenter's dental rooms, room^SO. Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
Goto Chicago shoemaker for repairing.^One dollar for half-soling. In basement of^Atlas building. Frank Boeder, proprie^^tor.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to SL Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11:36
-IaHelena, July la, by ^.^of the peace. Thomas M.
CA V ILIA^COOPIK^F Woooaun, jasiice of^CtteaUaaad Mrs Annie^noataaa.
VBRIKW-aOll Wfm la Helsea, July IS at^the residence of the bride's assSsr. Mrs * L.^s-tspbeaa. Jadga Bananas ^^awlfag, at- *.^u Brlea and ~
RealEstate is Uuiet,
Justnow, the midsummer lull having^set in, and consequently the present is^the time to bay. We have a few special^bargains and qaoie them, without com^^ment, believing that ail that is neces^^sary is to name the property and its^price to effect a sale. As samples, we^quote: corner lot in Northern Pacific ad^^dition No. 1, 50x140. at $425; lots 50x140^in Hewins' addition, t- ^ ^. lots 50x140 in^Northern Pacific second addition, f275;^lots in Broadwater addition, (275; excel^^lent lots 42x100 io Easterly addition.^$450; corner lot on motor line on 12th^avenue at ^^ ^ . in Phoenix avenue ad^^dition at $325; on Breckeuridge street,^$4U^; corner lot in townsite. on ea^t side.^(550; corner lot, 50x150, on south Rod^^ney, for *^*^, payable #50 down, #25^monthly.
Inthe matter of hoosee, we have fif^^teen or twenty for sale on the install^ment plan, at prices ranging from $750^np. with a down payment of $2^^i, and^monthly payments of $25. Among them^aT4 a new four-room cottage with good^lot, city water, etc., on Breckettridge^itreet, at $1,^^I0; a neat cottage of four^rooms, pantry, rloeets, on Kighth avenue,^within 100 feet of motor line; a hand^some cottagre on Madison avenue, within^two blocks from motor line. $l,tio0; a^well arranged dwelling of four rooms*^on Lyndale av^ uue. within half a block^from lielena avenue, at tUMOj a six-^room dwelling on Madison ave.$2,2(X^;city^water with each house. All these bouses^are new.either just finished or spproach-^it.g completion; modem in design, built^of good material. It will pay two classes^of people to buy these houses^those who^pay i ii' and those who want an invest^^ment that will bring speedy, safe and^large returns.
MATHESONft STEELE.^12'.-'. North Main Street.
At111 N. Main Str.
C.A. COOPER, of No.5 Union^Square, New York, has re-^mov^ d his business to Helena.^In order to introduce my goods^to the beople of Montana I will^for the next IB days make a^special sale and sell diamonds^gold and silver watches and^line gold jewelry at half the^usual prices.
111N, Mun Street
JOHNMAQUIRE. .... Manager
3 nights only 3
THURSDAY,JULY 11^Lid a Gardner's
2( swinging beauties^8 serio-comic ladies
3solitaires^19 lady amazons
Theperformance to conclude with I.ida^Gardner's beautiful burleeque,
THE CRYSTAL SLIPPER.
Ticketsnow on sale at Pope ^ O'Con^^nor's drng store. F. Barton Colville,^Advance Manager.
OnSAT CRD AY, JCLY 13, 188ii, I will^sell at public auction at No. 308 North^Kwing street a choice lot of
2SACES SUGAR,^8-F00T SHOW CASK,^COCNTERS and SHELVING.^STOVES, SCALES, DESKS,
Anda complete STORE 01' TFIT.^Also, a complete Confectionery Manu^^facturing outfit,
COPPERKETTLES and PANS,^MOULDS of all kinds and descrip^^tions.
Anda lot of material for making^Candies, etc.
Saleat 2 o'clock. P. M.
C.A. PERRIN, M. D.,
Residenceand office opposite ^rBoolhonae on^Madlaon avenue. Telephone
Officehours from I to 3 P. M. and from 6:30 to^8P ^.
Room10, Third floor, Astby Block.
P.O Box ML Helena, M. T.
Pan11c bnlldlnrs, churches and dwelling houses^decorsted In the latest style
Willfurnish designs Decorated Hon. W. a.^Click's sad M. J. Talbot's residences, Butte.
s..-atch work and Embossed Ornamentation^t^jqte^l. s epedaltr.
Isiier'e^^sMee, Lower Mala
'!^ohnaa No. lie.
Noticecf Pledgee's Sale.
Noticeis here St given tha: tne ncderslsned^will, on the 15th day of July. 18S9, at lz o'clock, at^the oftce of Porter, Muth * Cox, Helena M int ,^sell at public auction, to the highest bieder, the^following shares of stock la tae Shields Hirer^Baacfa acd Catt.e compear. Cemficstee No. sard^3 of l:fH shares each, and certificate No 4 of V^shares In name nt *'tlter Afrault, and certificates^So 5 aad ^ of l*i^ ehsree ear a, a-.d certificate ^0^7 of SO shares In name of Henry T. Ceparly. Total^l.'^ shares of par value of flOOeach All of which^satd stock was pledged to me by the parties to^whom tne same was Issued as security tor tae psy^*^ slcned by said parties
Physician8org*on,Acooacb^r. Ocaiirt^mad Aorta*.
isjrj la 'be city of Hilsaa. Moataaa,
beforethe^of the said^on Moa-
Root-i Attas Block
$1finn 1 AfU* In six months,|l,S0oone^I UUU ,ear bu ^ l.sou front feet by IA feet^mmm: street sixty fee wide In front aad si nee n^foot alley In rear. Is this are in clod* d three cor^^ner lota The proper / Is a short distance from^the comer of Monbal avenu* and Broadway,^where lota only 10H ft^t deep are selling at %:i to^$31 a foot, while this 1 only $1 SO per foot. There^are no huusee, street car 11: es, water or eas In^this addition, and when theee facilities come, aa^tlu-r are sure to he furnished within a short time,^theu this land will sell at f J t.. $^. i er front foot.^Th^re are two applications before the city cooa-^cU for street car franchise to build out Broadway,^and one of the applicants offers a iwnd that tbey^will complete tlf road within ninety days from^ism day the franc hue Is granted
KH. FLOYD-JON Br*.^Room 1, Atlas Block.
KM L*^ Side saddle with bridle and mar^Ungale complete,at Whitehead's, Broadway.
TjXiKSALE^At the Montana Lumber A Manu-^JJ facturlng Co.'s , lacing mi.l, near gas^works, nice planer, shavings and aawdust. suita^^ble for stable neddlag. W. H Oebauer, Hea'y.
FiXK SALE-A well eetabllrbed, thriving bust^1 neas In the growlr g town of Missoula. Capi^^tal rt',aired about $S '^^'. Own-r desires to go^out ol business Apply at this ofB,e.
ljXR SALE ^The furniture and fixtures com^C1 plete of a hotel and restaurant, tlrteen^rooms, cheap: In a thnning town near Helena,^doing a giM^a business, and long lease. Inquire^at Independent office
woksals At .Marjsvllle, 13-room house,^^ property of August I'lnklem u. rooms all^occupied and rer.ta for ft:, per month; will be sold^tneide of thirty days; price |W0. T. B. Warren,^agent.
lilAM an upright Orand Piano, by t,abler^I Bros., New York. Very One touch. Price,
$300.Also a violin, bow and case. Also a ^Fault.
lees base-burner heating store, No. W Enquire
jVJRSALE^105 feet front at 31^ Pine street^^ Inqalre on premises or ^ Edwards street.
LDpapers for sale at this office.
ii OL'sE and Lots for sale. A Brick House^1 1 of eight rooms, corner of Rodney and^Bridge sts , ,3xt*S feet, 16 One shade trees; also 50^feet adjoining same fronting on Bridge St.; alao^1^1 feet fronting on Rodney st. and r,J feet deep,^opp.ielte new residence of A. O. Clarke.
KP. STOUT, Agent,^102 South Rodney st.
Advertisementsunder this bead will be in^^serted tore* times free of charge.
\17ANTED-bVA WOMAN Work by the da^** ot rare of turnlahed rooms Address J. T.^Independent office.
SiriATlO.NWANTED^By a young man^clerk In grocery store. Uood reference. Ad^^dress M. C_ this office.
WANTEDYoung won.an wants situs Ion to^do second work and plain sewing or as^nursery governess and asrletant with housework.^Would go to the country. Address M. Mont^a-oruery, Helena P o.
iMITATION In private family by good drr^O maker. Addreea, 0. H.. th'.s office.
SITUATIONaa gro-ery clerk, 10 years expert^ence, beet of references. Address, L^ av. li-^this office.
(VITIATION by a young man who Is SJeMmm to^O do any kind ^ f w.-ik. can speak the English^and Scandinavian languages; has had some buei'^nee: experience. Address, a. V., thlB office.
fXBlTiON A8 HOUSEKEEPER; is a com^petenteook; no objection to leaving town^beet of reference given Addreea L. S., this office
i'A LADY', position as,cook or any respecta^^ble position. Address J. Cook, l dependent-.
OlTlATlliN to do h,iuse work by German girl.^O Address ft,** renton avenue.
TWOt.IHLS, just from Chicago, want places^in private l.mlll s. No 21 Edwards street
SITUATIONWANTED^By a competent steno-^O trapher and typewriter. Can give good^references -^ ddreee K 1! s. Cohart, this office.
ANTED^A girl to do housework or take care^of children. Apply TUT Fifth avenue.
1I HI.^Competent girl, \^Jl Hosencraue, 11,' Kitth a\enue
wagee $25. Mrs
WANTED- OlKLs- Wtjfm $30, $35, $40 and^$10 par month. Call at Wumana' Ex^change, 11 North War ran street.
U7ANTED At on:e, a good, reliable and expe^^ rienced bookkeeper. No other need apply,^Address po. toffice box -^.*t
\*7ANTED A nuree and second glrL In plre^* * at Capital Employment Office, 212 us^rence street.
ANTEDAn experienced housekeeper for^hotel. Answer p. O box city.
O KBINDER immediately by Inter-Moun
taint'ubl.ehlng Co., Butte.
BELLBOY at Pacific Hotel
CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-Olrls^tor places and places for girl- at 212 Law^rence street. Mrs. L B. Lyman.
hjMFTEENGRANITE CUTTERS. Wages $5 50^per day. Montana Granite company's queiry
WOMANto do (tewing.^Kodoey.
Callat SiO South
1I II li ii I v r*N WAN TIE i) to buj overalls at^IvvvU 50 ceots per pair. An lmaieaae
stockof BblrtaVocka and gloves at b*^d*roca price*.
jkCubeo. Main street, next to Montana Central
ANTEDA nurse girl,^avenue.
Applyat 729 Fifth
Forriant^Dwellings, fiugineas Plaoea ,^to
VHJRRENT^Four room^7 south Benton avenue-
house. Apply 31
LpORRENT^Brick house corner Dearborn and^JO Haueer streets. Enquire of Dr. E. R. E^Carpenter, room .10, Pittsburg block. Take ele^^vator.
FORRENT^A very pleaant five room dwelling^b mas on south Rodney street. Apply to L.^r'. LaCrclx A sou, room 20, Pittsburgh Bl, ck.
1/tOHRENT^Storerooms In l ean block, also^JJ storerooms and offices in Pittsburgh block.^Inquire of John W. Thompson, ro^m 12, Pitts^^burgh Mock
Booms Furnished and Unfurnished.
LjMjRRENT^Nicely fumlshtd rooms; quiet^JJ and pleasant; refitted; new parties la charg-.^No 312 i lark street.
RRENT^First floor 1027 Eighth avenue, on^Motor line.
l/MJRRENT^Three furnished rooms for houee-^P keeping. Enquire on premises. 424 Herri^am avenue.
IjXiRRENT^An elegantly furnished room In^X1 a desirable locality. Address M. D , this
| HE PACIFIC or Lenoir H:xtsa^Steam heat,^X elegant rooms; 50, 75, fi, s Ito $1.50 per day.^No disreputable characters allowed.
HARVEYHOUSE, Grand street, new and^elegantly furnished rooms, single or in snlte
LOSTSmall (pocket) aneroid barometer In^morroco ca.e. Suitable reward paid If re^^turned to tbls office.
ANTEDTo buy for cash, a large first class^safe at the Lenoir.
1ESSONSgiven on piano or organ by com^j petent teacher 1 ^rmi verv reasonable to^beginners. Address I. M.. this office.
STRAYEDfrom my ranch, near Town send, a^span of horses, one black and one bay Tha^animals weigh about 1,400 each. The black la^branded T.J oi left hip; the bay la branded r J.^on 1- ft shoulder A reward of $ao will be paid for^the return of the animals to Towneend.^JOHN MAS1X.
MONEYTO LOAN upon Helena rami estate,^upon reasonable terms. Apply to Edward^C. Hue sell, room 0 Thompson block. Helena.^Mont.
IARGE amounts of money to loan on Improved^i_j and aalm proved city real estate aad oa^ranches at low rates. C F. Kills a Co^ Insurance^agents. r^a estate ai's^te. ^.^rtagea loans.
ANTEDA few scholars for piano, termt^very reasonable. Addreea M., this office.
WANTED10,080 men wanted to examine^Sam Cohen's (next door to Montana Cen^^tral office I immense stock o. fine cigars aad Cali^^fornia fi ult at bedrock pr^cee.
MONSY to loan on Improved Helena property.^Time and terms to suit. 4 no. 8. M Nelll,
r,mi 6 sad 7. Aaksy bsjlamtg.
ANTEDA man with several teams to haul^wood For information address or apply
toF. A. Schmidt. Blllston. Mont.
OANSon Improved real estate at low rates^i of InterestFOLK A DBYINB.
Isnow Incased ia Pittsburg Block, at^Ik, Mala street Takatae '
Porter,Muth ^ Cox,
AGBNTSfor Bradford, Brooke, Amen,^Bellevue and Highland Park addi^^tions.
pOLLKGKPLACE.^Now is the time to^\^ buy acres at the College. Motor^line to be built to this tract at once.
Lotsclose to new ho-
ASMALL payment down and $25 per^- k month will bny a tine residence^near Motor line. Water and all con^^veniences.
VEWTRACT near Broadwater hotel^^ ^ soon to be offered. Lots cneap.^Profits assured.
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX,
THOMASCRAHAN ^ CO.
SpecialIaducementsfer this Week
BUYA LOT Dl
Thefinest, mo^t accessible and^sightly additions in the city.^The new Motor and Cable lines^will run through both additions.^Montana avenue runs between^the two additions and extends^to tne valley, making the finest^drive in the city.
Lots5oxl40 in Flower Garden for $350.^The terms are the beat, only $00^down and $50 every ^0 days until^paid for.
Selectedlots in Grand Avenue, corners,^100x150, on proposed Motor line, $12^per foot. A Inc. corners and iu-ide lots^in all parts of this addition, one-third^cash, balance in one and two years.
High,level lots, 50x140, in Northern Pa^^cific No. 2, at -$250, $300, and $400,^$50 cash, and $5o exery GO days. 8^per cent, interest.
Choicelots 50x140 in Northern Pacific^No. 1, corners. $450. Easy payments.
Finelots on Boulder and Livingston av^^enues at $475 and $5)^0. Requires^only $5o cash, balance to suit pur^^chaser.
Fulltilo-k in Boyce addition at $3.50 per^foot.
Don'tmiss this chance, but come in^on the ground floor and get the benefit^of all the advances. Make your selec^^tions at once.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO,,^Thompson Block, Room 10. opposite
CrandCentral Hotel.^Telephone 270.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,^Real Estate.
Rooms5 and ^'^, Union Block.
50Feet Best Main Street Property, $500^per foot.
100Feet Main Street Property, $10,000.^144 Feet, corner Lyndale avenue and
Mainstreet, $7,500.^50 Keet Main Street Property, $2,750.^50 Feet on Tenth avenue, near V^ arren,
125Feet, Montana Avenue Addition,^Broadway frontage, $2,000.
Lotsin Grand Avenue addition, at foot^of Main street, at $520.
Atine corner in Bassett's addition, $^J00.
FlowerGard'U addition lots at $350.
Broadwateraddition lots at $235.
Syndicateaddition lots at $250.
A50-foot lot in Cox addition, with front^^age on two streets, very cbeap.for $280
400Feet in Northern Pacific Second ad^^dition, $2,000.
Lotsin all additions.
Residences,from $800 to $15,000.
Severalfine acre tracts will be sold very^cheap.
Ranchesin Montana and Dakota for^sale, or will exchange for Helena^propert y.
NOTARYand CORPORATE,^AT KEMP'S ASSAY OFFICE,
HELENA, M. T.
InSums to Suit on From Six^Months to Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark*^ Son, Gen. AgtV
Boardof Trade Room, Plttaburs; Block, Helen^CHAS. 8. ILTiyGB. Agrat at Butte 'ity.
Andeverything in the Concrete line by^the Hot or Cold Proem.
Allwork guaranteed, .
Residence,315 Montana avenue.
P.O. Box 384. HELENA, MONT.
DeLACY,LOEB ^ CO.,
BaalEstate, Mortgage Loan and Insur^^ance Agents, Rooms 20 and 21 Gold^Block, Telephone 266. P. O.^Box 144.
OFFERFOR SALE:^Choice City and sabnrbac Property. Improved^and asJUnproved
AcreTracta, ripe for ssbdtviaaoa aad tessaa
MonsterClearing Sale !
Jt*1 oldest and Jarp^t dry floods house in Montana is goiBg to^b^ LARGE. Although we occupy mote space for dry goods^and carpets than my house in Montana, it has not given us the^room we needed this spring, and the crowded condition of our
CarpetDepartment has led us to look about for MORE ROOM.
Allour departments must be reduced to make room for the^workmen. Our importations for the fall will arrive in August,^and to accommodate our constantly increasing trade we are^driven to secure more comfort by erecting another story This^will give us when completed, a laige carpet hall 130 feet deep^and 35 feet w ide
Ourintention is to throw uron the market the balance of our^spring goods at manufacturer's pri^ es. This sale will include^everything in our Dry Goods departments, also every grade of^Carets, Wall Papers, Curtains aud Draperies. Th s will be a^rare chance for the people of Helena and surrounding towns to^invest their cash to advantage. There will surely be an advance^i i Carpe's the comii g fall. All small lots and remnants will be^disposed of at BO cents on the dollar Regular goods we quote^at manufacturers' prices. Years will pass before another such^sale will take place in this city. There is no humbug in this^grand offering. We have the goods to show and we own them,^for thev are pai I for.
Weneed and must have more room; and desiring to open our^new quart rs with an entirely new line, a e take this method of^reducing our stock.
Twenty-liveyears before the public have given them confidence in
Itis a question of money with ninety-nine in a hundred what^clothes they shall wear. You are not a sure judge of Clothing^^nobody is. Th- best judges do not pretend to l^e. .Nobody can^be. really, who is not in the active Clothing trade. Why, then,^is it a question of money!^take it all in all, to you that make it^so^for ninety-nine in a hundred don't go wrong in a question of^money. We venture to assert that our Clothing is less costly^and more reliable than many others. That is, take it steadily^week in and week out. We call attention to the very big fact,^however, that low prices are nothing unless joined to reliability^and quality. It is by this union of reliability and quality th*t^our name has received its meaning and following in trade. Our^title to your patronage is simple. We clothe you better. We^charge you less.
CornerMain and Broadway.
AModern Drug Store in Our Midst!
EverythingNew and Neat. Comfortable Easy Chairs. A Clean^and Carpeted Floor. Clerks who are anxious and willing to do^all in their power to please customers. A Prescription Depart^^ment in perfect order. Physicians' prescriptions dispensed aa^promptly as is consistent with care. The above are all to be^found at
115 N. Main St.,
Common,Finejront and Ornamental Brick
axxcLOtlier Clay r,x*o^i-vxc'bs.^Office: Gold Block, 54 North Main Street.
F.L. SIZER, General Manager.
TEICHERT6l WICK, Prop'rs-
AT T A ^ 12 1 f^\f^\Z KXTRANTK ON JACKSON 8TRKKT;^t\ 1 i^/\wj F) Y^KJK^ Pw , ALSO, rao* MAIN STKKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP.
MANL FA (TURK H AMD DXALXK III
Stock [Saddles, Side Saddles,
Lulit and Heavr Harness,
Bit*,Spun, Quirte, Whips, Lashes, Blanket*. Sheets, DnsUrs, Slickers. None Bags,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boot* and all other goods usually kept in a fint class har^^ness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
*Children Cry for Pitcher's baton*.
U.S.Public Sampling Co.
Samplesand Assays Made of all Ores. Consi(rnments Solicited^Samples of each lot Submitted to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
WBTTBFOB TERMS. City office with Hklkna Cab Compart T^i^^h^^^No. 71. Sampling Works at Northern Pacific and Montana Central raTlrold^junction. Take Motor Line Watt.