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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT.: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. JTJXY 18, 1880.
IMPROVING ON EDISON.
TelegraphingJand Telephoning Over^the Same Wire, th,; Talker and^Ticker in No Way interfering.
Mu3;'J i N. Y.) up*-. !*': IfUM tSalu-^ley, a tAimer liviag i^o+t Lorth-asura^I'ciii.-j .. a, was recently awarded leitera^patent ^^u a cumbmtxl telephone and lele^graph ina'juuieiit. Uie exact nature of^wnich wu auaielhiuK of a m}^tery until^to-day Mr. i, .r.-... . called in the expert^electrician^ J. 1*. MeKinatry. general^^uperintendent of the Cirveland Tetep!^one^company and x-frai otlit-r Wf-nteru ^:om-^paniea, and J. W. Stern, aupermlendent of^the .New York, J'enn^ylvania and Ohio^Telephone companies, with several other^profeaaiunal men to inspect the invention.
Theelectricians found the telephone to^be a tine talking machine. It was run by-^means of a dry battery, which he had in^^vented. The device was a cylinder aaout^three and a half by six mi lies, with the^regulation carbon and zinc, but the con^^tents of the cell were hermetically sealed^with paraltine.
Thetest demonstrated that the dry bat^^ter) was a valuable invention, precluding^such annoyances as thei evap
orationof the liquids, Cnd enabling a^novice to renew batteries without expanse^to his company.
Thegreatest of Mr. liurnley's inven^^tions, however, is the couib.tied telegraph^and telephone device. 1 his was tested^upon a circuit one mile ^u le gth. It en^^able* two persons to use one wire tor the^doubie service of telephoning and tele^^graphing at the same time. This baa never^been accomplished Oefore, and as it is well^known it has hitl.erto been out of the ques^^tion to string telephoue wires on to tele^^graph poies on account ot the interference^from induction.
Atthe b-st Mr. McKinstry too* the tele^^phone receiver, and alter ringing up Mr.^Burnley, who was at the other end of the^urn-, oegan taiiciug to him, and at the same^time Mr. stern carried on a conversation^with another person by means ot the tele^^graph instrument, uning the same line.^Mr. McKiustry found no inttrlerence at^ail from the make kil l br^-ak of the tele^^graph instrument. Mr. burnlt-y has freed^the telephone from the make and break by^the gradual increase of the line ot resist^^ance through the agency of a small cup of^fluid in the line circuit. This minia^^ture tank is tilled with a non conducting^Uuid. Into this Hunt dips a depending^needle, which is attached to a lever, also in^the circuit. In the lower end of the needle^is inserted a non-conducting tip which^sinks into the liquid as tbe lever is de^prated by the operators band as be writes.^When the needle comes into contact with^the fluid a circuit, equivalent to a metallic^circuit, is formed. As the bar is raised by^the operator's hand a thin film of the fluid^adheres to the tip through which the elec^^tric current passes, admitting ot the use of^tbe wire for telephoning, but not of suffi^^cient amount to close the telegraph circuit.^The amount of the current is so slight as^not to operate the armatures the same as in^the Morse system. The current is unbroken^and undulating, and, being constant, no^injurious effects in the way of induction^could be experienced on contiguous lines.
Thein venter claims that a wue a thous^^and miles in length may be indiscrimi^^nately and promiscuously tapped by tele^^phone and telegraph and practically used^tor both purposes as effectually as when^used for either one under the old system.
Themost important advantage presented^by the Uurnley system is that messages^connot be taken from tbe lines by induc^^tion, as is very often the case with brokers^and others having private wire*.
Mr.Uurnley is getting ready to make a^test of the combined system on a long^stretch of wire.
Ayer'sHair Vigor has long held the first^place as a hair dressing in the estimation^of the public. Ladies tind that this prep^aration gives a oeautilul gloss to the hair,^and gentlemen use it to prevent baldness^and cure huui irs in the scalp.
Thereis nothing uncertain about the^effects of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and^Diarrbu-a Remedy. The fact is, it is the^only preparation in the market that can al^^ways be depended upon and that is pleas^^ant and safe to take. Twenty five and^fifty-cent bottles for sale by H. M. Parchen^A Co.
Probablyno one thing has caused such a^general revival of trade at K. Hale A^Co.'s drug store as their giving away to^their customers ot so many free trial bot^^tle- of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con^^sumption. Their trade is simply enormous^in this very valuable article from the fart^that it always cures and never disappoints.^Coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, croup,^and all throat and lung diseases qu'ckly^cured. You can test it before buying by^^HIM a trial bottle free, large size SI.^E*CfJ bottle warranted.
frale From an Kilitor.^Mr. K. J. smith, editor of the Kort Aber-^. limine. Dakota. Herald, says: ^The most^wonderful medicine I have ever met with^.s Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-^rhu-a Keniedj. In case of colic it gives^speedy relief. On hunting trips 1 have^found it tndispenaible. Put in alkali ^^'^ r^it hi.parts a pleasant taste ai.d mimi^sUayrnsBB, wbi^ h alkali water produces. 1^cou! : ^^ ieel safe without it in my uoii.^^.^^^ a. ii to cent bottles for t-aie by U. M.^Parchen A Co.
Lawyer*'Krtet* gotten up tn neat^torin and on tborl no l^ at litis o^h^ e.
roughI and fuaa*ti 1! and Cough!!!
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when Ueggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will posit ve!y relieve^your coutth at once'.' This is no advertis^^ing scheme, i ut an actual fay- er.d ^e^^ .ar. .^ . it. r'.T sa^e by al! drjgitists.^K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents.
Thetransition from long, lingering and^painful sickness to robust health marks an^epoch in the lite of the individual. Such a^remarkable event is treasured in ti.e mem^ory and the agency whereby the uood^health has been attained is gratefully^Mes^ed. Hem e ;t is that so n.uch is beard^in praise of Klectric I'.itters. So many feel^f hey owe their restoration to health to the^use of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If^you are troubled with any disease of kid^neys, liver or stomach, of long or short^standing, von will surely find relief by use^of Electric Hitters. Sold at 50 cents and^SI per bottle at H. S. Hale * Co s. drug^store.
T I Colds,^Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the sys^^tem effectually, yet gently, when coative or^bilious, or when the blood is impure or^sluggish, to permanently cure habitual^constipation, to awaken the kidneys and^liver to a healthy activity, without irri^^tating or weakening them, use Syrup of^Figs.
ASur* Cure for I'llea.
in.Kirk s German Hie Ointment has^cured Mind. Weeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointmestf have failed. It^absorbs C.e tumors, allays the itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. klirk's (ierman Pile Ointment is^prepared only for piles and Itching of the^private part*, and nothing else. Every^Sox ut warranted. Sold by druggista or^sent by mail on receipt of price. SO cents^and tl per box. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co..^Helena.
Th*Cloaina* off an Imporumt Outlet. C^The blockade of a port is not more in^^jurious t i its commerce than is even the^temporary obstruction of the bowels to the^kealtti of the system. Constipation necea^*mri'i^ ^rrest* the se- retion of bile, impede*^and u.-orders digestion and poisons the^eircu ati.in The safest and moat effective,^a* it is also the moat genial, laxative and^ant, b-. i-.us medicine in existence is Hos-^tetter's stomach Bitters, and it is more^than | r- ;^anie that its aovereign efficacy as^a pre,vnDve and remedy for intermittent^and M ';rnt t^ver ut largely due to it* re^^formatory aetata upon the live, an organ^prejudicially involved in all malarial com^^plaints r. is with a tendency alto to^rheumatic, neuralgic and kidney trouble^cannot do better than to antagonize it with^Hoatetter-- ..iaon Bitters, which invar^iably checks it at the outset. The weak,^moreover, are invested with strength bv^this hne i.. ^ rant.
^^ofu^ arnica in *
Th*beat salve tn th* world for cuta,^braiaat, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever^^ore*, tatter, chapped hand*, chilblain*,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and iiiiawlili^ly cure* pile*, or no pay required. It Is^guaranteed to give perfect aaUafaetioc, or^ateawy refunded. Pric* at cent* per box.^Pot ^al* b* K. S. HaleAOo.
Spokane,the Uerby Winner.^The great Montana flyer will certainly^appear at the Twin City Jockey club run^^ning meeting, to be held in SL Paul in^July, and in order that Montanians may^see this remarkable horse, the Northern^Pacific railroad hat made a rate of S4* 1*^from Helei.a to St. Paul and return. Tick^^et* will be s .id on July 20and 21, go-d to re^turn until Aug. 2. This is a material reduc^^tion from raie* previously announced. In^connection wrh the above, tickets will also^be *o!d from Helena to Chicago sud return
onsame date at 871 vo A. 1^. KisjAK,^(General Agent, corner Main and Urand
stree la, Helena.
fortCrawford Mineral Sprin*-.*
Th-twooldest cities in Wise .nsin are^(ireen Hay and Prairie du Chien. The lai-^ter was long a well-known frontier trading^post, and was at an earl) date the site of a^L'nited States garrison, in the war of 1812^it was captured by the British forces and^held till the close of hostilities. From 1815^to 1835 the l'nited State* kept a large gar^^rison here, and built Fort Crawford, a fort-^res* of large area and great strength. The^town possesses remarkable mineral springs,^one of which ha* a depth of a thousand^feet and f urntshea an inexhaustible supply^of water. It ha* wonderful healing powers^in all rheumatic trouble* and disease* of^the liver and kidneys, and some astonish^^ing cures have been effected by it. ^The^Burlington^ has on sale tickets, good to^Oct. 31, at a very low rate, and invalids^will do well to investigate it. Kur full in^^formation address W. J. C. Kenyon, Gen.^Pass. Agent, C. I; ,v \ I. K., St. Paul,^Minn.
Propoaaiator Water Supply.^Putin 1* hereby glvea. That, pursuant to an
orderof the dty ecu* 11 ot the city of Helena,^Montana, tbe underatcsed ccmmlttse oa water, of
CommencingJune 3 and continuing un^^til Sept. 27, tbe 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 Livings-^on and either a S90 or S40 book ticket^through the park. Theae ticket* include^rail and stage transportation from Livings-^on and four and five days, respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association s^hotels. For further information call at tbe^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D. ED6AK. General Agent
a:^J dun ; sec hote^I anttd get along^rithovt St.^J a t ^ ^ a
ATDXCOShvrS AJID I/EAI^JUI
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AKEPoRTEK WAS ^ ON \ IM El^.
HeWent StrmlKlit Away and Labored to^C onviuce Others.
articlec .pled from
SundayExcursion Rates.^As Sunday is tbe 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^tbe country people an excellent oppor^^tunity of spending the day in Helena
Butte,and at the same time affording the^city people a chance of spending Sunday^amid the magnificent scenery of the canons^of tbe Missouri and Prickly Pear or Cen^^tral park.P. P. shklby.
Changeof Selling Dates For St.^Races.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will sell^excursion tickets to St. Paul on both July^20th and 21st in place of July 21st as here^^tofore announced. This will give every^^body an opportunity of seeing Spokane^run.A. D. l.i 11, a it,
(ieneralAgent, Helena, Mont.
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.^The I'nion Pacific railway company will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^Bluffs, Omaha, St. Joseph, Leavenworth^and Kansas City to Montana points on the^following dates at one fare for the round^trip. S4H y0: Aug. 4 and 20, Sept. 10 and 24.^and Oct 8; extreme limit thirty days from^date of sale: stop-over privileges allowed^returning.A. K Vkazie,
ExcursionRates to Chicago.
TheUnion Pacific railway company will
sellexcursion tickets^Helena to Chicago^and return, at a rate of S71K0 for the^round trip; tickets only on sale July 21;^good returning until Aug. 2, 18hV.
A.E. Veazik, Pass. Agent
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will sell excursion tickets from St.^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena at S48 in),^on fare, tor the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. 4th and i0:h, Sept. 10th^and 24th, Oct. 8tb. Good thirty days,^stopover privileges will be allowed within^limit of ticket.
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^S48.M for tbe round trip. Tickets on sale^July 20 and 21, good to return to August 2.
Inconnection with the above tickets will^be sold to Chicago and return at S71.IW.
Thefavorable impression produced on^the first appearance of the agreeable liquid^fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fe m years ago^has been more than confirmed by the pleas^^ant experience of all who have used it. and^the success of the proprietors and maun-^facturers the Cal. Fig Syrup company.
Attention,Comradesl^For tbe annual encampment of the G. A.^11. in August the Montana Central railway^will sell tickets to Milwaukee and return^at ^5h rtO for the round trip ticket Pi be on^sale Aug. 19ih to 26th inclusive, gobd to re^^turn until Sept. 7th. The anal JkavM re^^turning may be extended at Milwaukee-^until Sept, 80th.
SundayExcursions.^Tbe Northern Pacific railroad will make^a Sunday excursion rate of one fare for the^round trip to all points between Helena and^Butte, via Garrison; also to Marysviile,^Wickea, Boulder and all points on the Hel^^ena ^fc Jefferson County, Helena, Boulder^Va'h y a; iiutte, and Helena * Northern^bmncnes. Ticket* to be ^^id on sundavs^only, and ^ood to return on date of sale.
A.D. EdhaR. (Jeneral Agent.
Sooncause the bhasl to become contam^^inated and require prompt treatment.^The most marked symptoms .ire loss of^ajq*et:ie. headache, |mms in the back!^or side, nausea, and relaxation of tbe^bowel*. Ayer's IMlls assist n.iture to^expel the superabundant bile and thus^restore the purity of the bloial. Being^purely vegetable and sujar-coated, they^are pleasant to take, mild iu operation,^and without ill effects.
Aftermany years' experience with^AVer's Pills as a remedy for the large^number of ailments caused by derange^^ment* of the liver, peculiar to malarial^localities, SJi in pie justice prompts me to^express to you m\- high appreciation of^the merits of tatts aaaskeaa* for the class^of disorders I have named.^ ^8. is^Loughridge, Bryan, Texas.
Ihad tried almost everything for^chronic liver complaint, but received^no relief until I used Aver's Pills. I^find them invaluable.^ ^ W E. Watson,^17 Kaat IlHnoht st . Chicago. Ill
Dr.J. C. Ayer it Co. Lowell. Mas*.
Soldby all DruggiaU sod Dealers in Medicine.
10,Third floor, Aahby Block.
atad M jTsIn'.i^^scntch work sad lot^aiawai*. a sparlaltr
aassaaM^ n. *
Th follow.it: ^^ hb^^atUe Dally Pr^s^:
Ar#purtor who hid :*een to poor *.*^^:u. tot^* ir.- Um^* ttii had .--^-elv. fl no benefit fr\^m the^tremtm*^t ot ^*^Yeral physlclaVM, wm attracted v^y^^n avdv*^rtijaf^m#nt It this ps^p^r, hat h#^in*: very^chary Le determined to find oat if th**d *^ t^ r coald^do m he claimed. He accordingly called co Mr^U. O. Baling In the tile room of the Meteon ft^fost mill
ReporterI anderatand that you have heen^treating with Or. W. Norton Da via What eaoceaa^has he bad In yoar ca^^-1
Mr.Bullock ^I was afflicted for about twenty^year* with catarrh. The macaa would J^aae back^from my noe* Into my throat, and recently th^trouMe be^an to extend down Into the bronchia^tabea,caualn^ a ahortn*M of breath a i1 wheezing^ae If of asthma. My ears MM a.* ^ very much^affected. The short time I hare been treating^with Dr. Davie has been sufficient to stop tbe^whtjezliig and 1 am Improving avtry way so fast^that I feel corfldent that I ehal! sxjn be well.
J.S. Cole, contra* tor and builder,corner Kl^'bth^and Weiler streets* was the n^xt ons Interviewed.
Mr.Cole^Yes, I believe the doctor can do all he^claims. I would have attacks of hemorrhages near^^ly every day, which weakened me down so that I^had scarcely any strength left. I had a slight at-^t*c*t the next day after I commenced treatment,^but have had none since for now more than s^month. The trouble is due to catarrh.
S.El. Davis, ^J^ Wa^hln*r*o n atrset,seemed very^enthusiastic, saying that he contracted a cou-.h^which lasted for several months, which nothing^would relieve, until be Commenced taking Dr^Davis1 me ileal inhalation, when he was cared a)^^once,
Ayoung man working in tbe electric light works^expt^osed himself about as follows:
Ifyou know the feelings of ^ ne who fears that^he is about to lose his mind yoa will understand^my case when I first put myself under Dr. Davis^care I was so absent minded that wnen one^would speak to me I would answer at random or^not at all, and it seemed as if I could not remem^^ber anything. My back was very weak, and my^nervous system was s ^ unstrung that I woald be^startled by the slightest soand. I put mjself un^^der the doctor's care, nevlng bat little faitn, but^from th* immediate improvement I was satiehVo^that he understood my case, and now la lees than^two months I am happy to say that my fears are^gone and I am sound and well once more.
FredK. Thompson, Ninth and Howell streets, a^machinist, said that for years he had been afflicted^with kidney and bladder trouble which had harried^the skill of some of the best physicians, lie went^to see Dr. Darts to get his opinion, with no idea^of taking treatment, but after the doctor had ex^^amined him he changed his mind ^He went over^my body.^ says he, **as I would over a piece of^machinery that was out of order, and before he^exi reeseo an opinion if he did not know what the^trouble was It was not his fault 1 gained at once,^shi-win,: that my confidence htd not been mis^^placed. I never enjoyed better health than I do at^present, having treated just one m^.*n'h.
Fromthis eviden'e the reporter was satisfied^and immediately pat himself under the doctor s^care, and be firmly believes If any one can cure^him Dr W ^ort^ ^n Davis will do so.
trDavis is the founder of a system of medi^^cine he calls CELLIL41PATBT,which consists is the^employment of material locally of through the^Mood, In which unhealthy cell* are deficient, to^gether with Vegetable System Builders' electricity^and magnetism.
Inthe human being, as well as in anlma's and^plants, everv or^^an is composed of cells. If these^eelkj are deficient in any of tbe histological ele^^ments the animal or plant becomes ill. The only^tn lentlflc, as well as rational system of medicine^is that which restores these cells to a condition of^health, and in this manner the doctor claims that^he can cure many diseases heretofore considered^incurable.
Hecan be consult**! hlrase'f free of charge, for^a few weeks, at the Merchants Hotel, from 10 a.^m to (* p. nr.. after which one or more \ hyslcians^who thoroughly understand the system will con^^tinue the practice. Ceilulopathy Is so popular In^^poiane Falls that two physicians s*re kept busy.^Tbe secret of earcees le Chat all physicians
regularairadaates, and no case is
doctorsdo not feel certain of saco
A.--:*.-*,- i^: core for all tier out^disease, each a* w B \K MEM^^ORY, LOSS OF BRAIN POWKK^llrebMia, !!-*^^^ ' PAIN 124^THE BACK, NERVOUS PRO-^-^TR*1ION, WAKtFPLMSS,^. LBU^ORRHCEA^Betorf Taking. UNIVERSAL^LASSITl Dn.SEMINAL WEAK^^NESS. Impotenrv and general^toe* of power of the Generative^^ ^r^ane. In either sex, c used by^indiscretion or over-eiartlon. and^which altlmstely lead to I'K*^MATURE OLD AOS, INSAM-^TY and CON SUMPTION $1 *^box or six hoxe* for $5. Sect hy^mall on receipt of price. Full^pamphlet, eent free t*^^ every applicant.
WEGI AB1NTEE MIX BOXEN
tocare any case For every $5 order recelned, we^send six hoxes, with a written iniarantee to re^^fund the money if oar Specific does not effect s
Addressall communication* to the Sole Manu-^factnrera, TUB MURRAY' MEDICINE CO..
KansasCity, Mo^For sale in Helena hv H. M ( ak- hkv a Co
Home Grown Trees,
Thelargest ; na ruoet complete nursery ttock^erowo In the nortnwest Lar*.e shade and orna^^mental trees for street and lawn planting, rose^,^rhrabe, bulbs, fruits e*c. nlwijr* at the lowest^prices. Wholesale acd retail. All stock warrant^^ed true to name ana as represented or-vr earl .^AddressWHITNEY BKOS ,^Payette, Ada Connty, Idaho.
At111 N. Main Str.
C.A. COOPER, of Xo.5 Union^Squate. Hew York, lias re^^moved his busine-s to Helena.^In order to introduce my goods^to the beople of Montaua 1 will^for the n^-xt 3^^ days make a^special sale ard sell diamonds,^gold and silver watches and^tine gold jewelry at half the^usual prices.
111N, M*in Street.
OilClothing and Horse Covers
Snag1Proof Rubber Boots.
St.Paul Branch 131 East Third St.
MinneapolisBranch. 301 Nicollet Ave.^John J. Taixmai*,*, Manager.
Forsale by all dealers. Ask for them^and take no others.
W.F. Franklin,^Resident Salesman. Helena
Th*Minn* anat Bawt Medium b^ w/titcfc
PhysicianSurg won. Aoooui_a*r. Oculist^acd ^uriat.^bar ot 8a* fraacasco Medical Sodstf, tiar
Montana,the uBderaagoed ccmllill***^tbe aald ut; af Helena, wilt ncatve bid* until 12^o'clock on toe tat dat of Au^uet,196!^,f..reaooljtav^aald citj of Helena ^ith w^Wr f^ r ire, aewerave^and .^ter parpoaea, aad tbe coatra. tor will be^required to comply wltb ihe following apedfica^Uon* and c uditlone. to-wlt
1A taU, ample and anfUctent aapctj of good,^, ur*, whole*,. ,e and dear water anal OS ^^11 lad for tbe n*v aac waata of the Inhabitant* of^aalc city, and aeffldent to pro ride said city tor^nre, *ew.ra*w maintenance and c. nttructloni^and o- her p':rpoce*: and aac* anpply rhell he^fail, ample -n^ audaclon. for tbe preavnt popula^Uon of aald ell^, end tor u,e f tore populatl' n A^aaao city, ae tbe eame dm be tr. m time to time,^durinf; tk^ fal. leru. of be propoeed contract^an 1 **ki wale- an ail be pure and wtoleeome, mud^tree from animal, vegetable . r mineral *itb-^laaWf. *ocb a* *a*a d render It unbealtbrui or^unfit tor domeet c uee
iThe p.-eeaure m main* and pi pea at th*^level of tbe first floor of tue cou: t boo** of Lewta^and Clarke county, altuale In *ald city, and at all^other p.-lnui ot e-q i I u^-tkht. aball be in^intali ,^c^at not iees th.n atitv p ucdat tbe sqnar* Inch,^if ra*errou w. ik* *Lall Ke used; and tf tbe di^^rect preesure a^ata*a shall be need, elxty pourde^to tbe square In h, fire pressure, and tw-nty-Cve^to forty pouno* to tbe square Inch, ordinary pre*^^uie, shail be maintained at aald poi-t, and at all^other a of equal height.
3 Tbe contractor to whom tbe contract for^furclsblny aald water m*y be awwded, shall 1*^^or tuniuib twenty mile* M mains wlinln lb* 11m^Its of said city , exclusive ot the amount of main*^connecting thew rite of sncb contractor with tbe^polat or p.,tats of distribution, and aucu mains^shall lie of tbe following sizes and on tbe follow-^lag streets In aald city of Helen* respectively^At least ten Inches In Inner diameter on Law.^r^.nre ef.~t fr. iu denu.n .v. nue to Main atreet;^on Rodney street from Hro*dw*y to Helen* ave^^nue . on Main street from Bridge street to Helen*^avenue; on Helena avenue from Main ^tree* lo^the right of way of ibe .Northern Parlnc Hallway^company, on Broadway from Main street to Rod^^ney street At least elgbt laches in Inner diame^^ter oa Madiaoa avenue from Lawrence^etreet lo Davis atreet, in tbe Hauser addition; on^Lawrence street from Madison avenue to Benton^av-nne; on Rodney street from Bridge street to^Br.wdwsy; on Kit tn avenue from Warren street^to lioback atreet; on Ninth avenue from Kodney^atreet to Idaho avenue At le^^t five Inches In^lnnsr diameter on ronton avenue from adwerds^su^et to Lynda ^ avenue; on Clore street from^Bridge atreet to Benton avenue at Flowerree^ttreet; on Lawrence street from Madison avenue^to tbe western boundary of tit^ townsite; -^u^Clark street from Mrawberry etieet to Clore^street; on Howey street from Adams street to^Clark street; on Jeff-rson street from Adams^street to Ming street; on Ming street from ^iesVr^son street to Howey street; on Bridge *tr.et^from Clore street to Chsncer street; on West^Main street from Bridge street south l.UBO feet;^on bodaey street from Bridge street sonth l,2So^feet; on Wood street from Main street to hwlng^street; on Kwlng street from Fifth avenue to^Helen* avenue; on Jackson street from Wood^atreet to Sixth avenue; on Sixth avenae from^lackson street to Main atreet; on Broadway from^Kodney street to Seattle street; on Klith avenue^from liohack street to Tletjen street, on 1j all at in^street from Helen* avenue to Fifth avenae; on^I yndale avenue fr m Benton avenue east rto fee^on ihirl street, Northern Pacific additl. n, from^Helena avenue north S^i feet: on lirand atree!^from Jackson .tree* to Warren atreet. on warren^atreet from Broadway to Helena avenue; on^Hemlock street from Madison avenue to Harrison^avenue, on Chaucer street from Bridge street to^Broadway. At least four Inches in Inner dleme^tor on Dearborn street from Lawrence atreet to^Davia street. In Hauser addition; on Cutlet^street from Weat Main street to Kodney etreet:^on Pine street from JoUet street to Kodney^etrvet; on Water street from Cutler street south^Ml) feet; on Breckenridge street from Kodney^^tr^-t p. Beattlestreet; on algbth avenue from^Kodney atreet to lioback street; on Ele.entb av^^enue from Kodney street to Hoback *treet; on^lioback street from glevenih avenae to Pflaume^etreet. At least three inches in Inner diameter on^Davis street, in Hauser e addition, from Madison^^venue to Benton avenue; on ett^wberry atreet^from Clarke atreet to Lawrence etre t: on Adams^street from Howey street to Jefferson street; oa^Beattle s'reet from Broadway to Fifth avenue; on^Hohack street from Fifth avenue to Eleventh av-
4.The contractors shall place down and con^^nect with the twenty miles of mains herein pr-^-^vlded for, at points to be designated by the city^council, or a committee thereof, two hundred hy^^drants, and shall maintain aald hydrant* during^tbe continuance cf the contract. Such hydrants^shall have rouble nozzles, and shall be non-^freezing, and of the latest and moat approved^pat ern. Provided: that If the contractor use any^hysiem of pipe* and hydrant* In said city, said^hydrants need not be changed or removed, and^said council shall not relocate or change the^same
5.Tbe contrsctor shall be required to lay and^maintain, tn addition to tbe twenty mile* of^mains hereinbefore specified, sue- main , of^such sizes, at sucb times, and upon such streets,^as tbe city council of aald city shall from time to^time direct: and shall place and maintain one hy^^drant for each ose-tentn of a mile on sucb addi^^tional mains. If tbe same shall be cf a diameter of^six Inches or more, or if tbe same shall be of a^^-Uin-ter of lee* than six inches, then one by-^drant for ^ h one seventh of a mile, said hy^^drants to be of tbe pattern above specified, no hy^^drant to he placed on any pipe less than four^Inches Inside diameter.
H.All mains and pipes shall be laid at the^depth of Ave feet 1m*1ow the established arade of
thereductive street*, and all repair* and exten^^Ion* i f r u. h mains and pipe* *ball be under the^supervision of socb street commles'cner as to^grades, locations and streets. Provided: that. If^any system of pipe* now in use in said dtv shall^be occupied by toe contractor. It shall not be^necessary to take up or relay any pie** now in^place.
Inno case shall said main* or pipe* In any
marnerinterfere with any mala* or pipe* laid lo^-ai: streets, so a* to injur* or obstruct tbe same;^nor shall said mains or pipes interfere with or
b.trnct any sewer now existing in said streets.^n ^r shall there be any In erfereace with or ob^^struction of any mains or pipes which may be^nerestter *atborized, laid or co structed by or
rd*r tbe authority of said dty by mains that^may be hereafter laid by said contractor: and at^all places aad points In the aald dty where said^wa-er mains or pipe* approach gas mains or^pipe*, there shall lie at least six Inches of earth^between them.
8.Tbe water which may he required by said^city of Helena for the uee of any and all buildings^owned and occupied by said city for municipal^purposes, sh*il be furnished by the contractor,^without cost or charge to said city.
V.In case of unavoidable accident or breakage^of machinery, due time shall be given to the con^^tractor to repair the damage*, but be shall receive^no par from any person or corporation for any^time during which he falls to furnish water In^the causes in this section stated.
1*.Tbe wi rka herein provided tor shall he so^constructed and maintained as tw interfere as lit^^tle as poMlh e w^th th* right* of other*, and any^daruage resulting trom such works, or the erec^^tion, construction or operation thereof, shall be^repaired and paid for by the contractor.
11.Said works, and the water system con^^nected therewith, shall be completed and la^readiness for the conveyance and lilsrrlbutlon of^water throughout the twenty miles of mains^hereinbefore provided for,oa or before th* first^os^ of July, A D. lino.
brTopoeals shall specify the maximum rate*^at which water shall be furnished said dty and Its^inhabitant* f^ r the various purpose* for w hi' h^w . er may be used under the contract, if a coa-^trsxt shaU he awar ed.
13.Tbe mayor and committee of tbe city council^oftsald dtv,and any officer or other per eon author^^ized by said council, t hell at all ^ime* have free^scces* to the entire work* acd system herein^contemplated for tbe ; urpos* of Inspecting, ex-^aralolng or testing the same or any part or^[.net!, n thereof.
14.In case a contract shall be awarded, the said^council of said dty, la tbe ordinance providing^for s I' contract, ma} add such other safeguards^and provlslot s for the pr -t. ctlon ot said dty and^tte .nhahitante, and for the care and preservation^of tbe streets and alley a In n-id city, and for the^regulation, conduct and m r.agemeat of said^w^ ras, as to tbe said city council may seem for^the best interest of aald dty aad its Inhabitants.
15.All terms, conditions and provisions of tbe^tontracr, in case one shall be awarded, shall ap^^ply to and bind as w-U the original parties there^^to as their resp. atja* ^^ creesors and '.ssliins.
lt. W^ter h.reln provided forchUl befarnl*h*^1^sale; city for a term of not leas than one nor more^thai, fifteen years from the first day of January,^Ml
Proposal*shall be sealed, indorsed ''Proposal*^for water sap ply.^ adoreesed to the chairman of^tbe onrterplgr.ea committee, ard left with the dry^clerk of ***d city on or before tbe hoar herein^first above earned.
Proposalsmust he accompanied by bonds In^the sum of five thousand dollars to eater Into^contract If bid shall be accepted.
Tberight to reject any and all bids I* ex^presely reserved.^Dated Helena, Montana, June It, lfe^.
JACOB. ^EH^C. A. DOSNfLY^WM. HAiUtiSO*.^Commlt'ee on Water.
TheCelebrated French Cure,
2*Sold on a^| POSITIVE^GUARANTEE
toea re an J^^ m of uervotis^^ :;*eH.*e, or awry^disorder o( the^renerativ* or^^gans of elthei^sex whether ar- -^-:ii! from the AF TEH^of stimulants, iobacco or opium,^youthful Indlacretioo. over in.lulg-^eucc, Ac, sorb as lxma of Braiu Power, Wakeful^^ness. Bearing down Pains iu the Bark. Seminal^a eat ties*. Hysleri*, N'ervoai PrrsUrat ion Nocturn^^al Emissions. I#n. orrhesa. Dizziness. Weak Mem^^ory. I^o*sot Power and Impotency. which If ne^^glected often lead to preuiaftireoldaavatid insan^^ity. Price ^! 00 a box. 6 boxes for S5.U0 Sent by^mail on receipt of price
AWKITTIM.I ARANTEE for every f S 06^order, to refund the money if * lVrnnn.nl^cure is not effected TImumu-is nl test:mou;^li^from old and young, of both sexes, permanently^cured bv ArH*oniTt!^* Circular free. Address^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.^wssTIRN Baanca.^BOX 27PORTLAND. OR
Soldby R. S. Hale A Co, wholes* e and retail^drugg'^ts, *oi* agent* for Heiens. Mont.
AnInfallible Core for
Thisla not ^ p*tent medldne tb*t effects * cure^by undermining the system, but * r-medy com^^posed of powerful Ingredients that while In no^wise Injurious, works directly upon the blood^^nd drive* tbe dlssase out through natural chan^^nels.
ofChronic Case* of Rheumatism have been e^fecten by ft during tbe past year in Montana.
J.F. MURRAY A CO ,^Manufacturers, Aaaconca, M. T.
POPEJr o CONNOR. Agents.
InButte City, June I.
Territoryof Montana, County of^Ciarke^a*..
InJustice s Court, Helen* Township,^B. F Woodman. Justice of the Peace
HelenaProduce and Commission Co., plaintiff,^is. Nat^ bllto* and John Edwards, partner* as^Mfb n A Edward*.
1be people of the Territory of Montana, to the^above named defendant, John Kdwa da, greeting.
Youare hereby summoned to be and appear be^^fore me B. F. Woodman, * justice of the peace In^and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, at my^i roceL* the city of tlelena. on Wednesday, the^T h day of August, A. U. lata) at l^o clock a. m^t said day. then and there to make^answer to tbe complaint of Helen* Pro-^du-e and Commission company, the abov*^nam d plaintiff. la a dvil action to^fee over Eighty-one Dollar* and Fifty cent*, for^^-o^kIs, war* a and merchandise sold and delivered^plaintiff to dsasszwaat at defendant*' special in^stance and request ann upon an arc. ant for board^furnished defendants by F P Mullen aad by him^assigned to plaintiff, acd tn default thereof judg^^ment will be rendered against you, tbe sbove^named defendants for the *um of Eighty-ore^Hollar* and Fifty five cent* sal coat* of suit tn^their heh*lf expend-d.
Olvenunder my band this Jib dav of June, A.^aB F. WOODMAN,
Justiceof the Peace of said township.
AHistory Of Our M*rowa, Our 8tat**enwn, On^Scnol*'*. Our Mar of Mot* In Evwey FuM*
TheOnly Rational Standard.
Appletona Cyclopaedia of^e-ay^ contains t biographical ^^son eminent In American dvil^ry. In law and p-oUOc*. in^art. tn science and in '
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Kortbe protection and promotion of trade^BBtabliazMed in 1841 ^ 11 e Offloea.
Cntted8t*t*^, Canada and Bcbop*.^Manager of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
Officecorner 4th avenae as
Medicaland Surgical Institute,^301 and 303 West 9th St.. Kansas^City, Mo., and 400 Geary St..^Ban Francisco, Cal.
Fortbe Treatment of all
Chronici Surgical Diseases
Theabove long eatahllehtMl and moet B.jco-eef a^flpecSailflts will oj^eo private reception parlors at^the nortbeaat corner of Main etr^*^t aod Broan-^way, near Wlndaor hotel. Batte, Jane let.
Beetfacilities, apparatus and equipments tor^sncreeefnl treatment of every form or dleeaee re^^quiring medical and eQreicaf treatment.
Sixtytwo new rooms for patients; beet accom-^modatlons west of New York.
Writefor lUaetrated papers on Deformities^Clnb feet. Curvature of the Spine, Piles, Tumors,^Cancer. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Inhalation, JElec^trii Uv, Ma*mesl,.m. Paralysis, Bpllepsy, Kidney.^Bladder, Eye, Ear, okln aod itUood, and all^burarical Operations.
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book en die^sates free.
Theonly reliable Medical and Surfcrical Instltnts
makinga specialty of private tile
11JB.fKXi Weetwiee purretvfully treated. Hrph-^liitle I' ieon removed from the system wltboot^mercury. New Keetoratlve treatment for lose of^Vital Power. Persons nnaMe to visit us may be^treated at borne hy correepondence, All comma^nlcettons confidential Medicines or Instrument*^sent by mall or express securely packed one^personal Interview preferred. Call and consult^ue, or send history of your case and we will seno^In plain wrapper our hook free, eipialnliiiE why^thousands cannot be cured of Private, ^eclaJ^and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhoea, Impotency, Syphilis. Gonorrhoea,^(ileet, Varlcoi le, etc., etc.^ratine Coast Institute established for nearly a
iuarterof a century. Corner of (Jeary and^Lasoa streets, San Ft an cl-co, Cal Dlej-eneary^and Drtag Store occQpying whole corner of block..
Firstciaes rooms and Board for 300 patients st^the sanitarium connected with tbe
Callor tddrees Kansas City, Mo. or San Francisco^CaUlorsla.
ynd Permir^, inmr'f theOsleHrp -^PP. 'K S PA I
.ll'-'v/L A^^D OVI.t GatKT'IN!
ElectricTruss lvrfect lietainei^Fasy to #^^r. ] n-*taa* ly ralisjysjssar*-r^p^-^5. H^*j^ crurw^d tho .H^nd^. Kartavh l-t^^*t*d for r rt*^ IlliTrtr*t*^-l i'ampnlet Na. \^IWACNETic T1.ASTIC TPU^* CO
Oitlceand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Upsod*y acd clt'lt. Kin-st stock of good* tc^Muotarja. B.Kilss pressrved any l^nct^ of riuis^4. 8 SKNNBTI. %laiiaF*r.
ChemicalLaboratory^J. T. GOVE.^L'SL-ama.m.t.
H^kland Sllswr |IMZlac $ - (
sUvsr t ; - and lead * .^Tte5 X
Laad.^. 1 i 0AntimonyJ
Copper1 50AraenlrS 00
Halll... 1 wiinsi go
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
CornerBr^^aJway aorl Warrr-a Stiv-'M.^Oppoaite I 8. 4^*wt ^fflee,
THOS.0*BKIhiN A iU^N. i^ropn
ftewiyPltssd \ad Vwma fnni^:y vmnsTC-c^: *dl^**ndhat.'jL BMher .cp, Bar aa-
afliarQHall, sltfc al! Modarn lr, Tsaianni
w*Khspwdai accoinodMlrra* for Commsr-iai^TraTslsrs.
B'-i hcn^ to ^yp rpoa all n^.^.f^s
WagronSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twwatydxawrast st.le* of wtxeoow Awnlaa^aad th- lat**l taprnswd Oxtar** for taaclae
CanT**of all atnua and width* from *^ toca*'^wtd* to lattaaaas wide always in stock.
Th*lssast lmprovwd Caap 6oo.l^^^All* BTKBaT. HKL^7^A
Irrwarrttte an* rally ^*-^dors* Btc ii i ^ tas only^^pwetae for in* ecru - d car*^o u-.ia * lata**,^j H. l^ K A H ^ V ^.
Aauaer**.... N T^W* has* sold 1 . 6 Jot^Tiny years, aad it^^-i^*rj ;^* f'Sai sf^facuoo *^D. R DTCIE a txx,^en****, in
a.H^wwOi^.. ^ ^^ l^*i rasa ^^ aaaa*
~SefLaSC_wawaisftwwassw* f^aawawal swaiti i^SaawgT^*%^*rs^.ttia^aiai IMlS ll ll Swsw*
Weclaim tola 1* tbe finest chew of Plu*^Tobacco erer offered to the public, and^any lov*r of a**^od chew will acknowledge^it haa no equal after once trying it. \V*^wsnt you to taste it; your judgment 1*^better than our praise.
Ouraim is to excel. We think we h*^*^^t. * The rapidly increasing dema^blue GRASS prove* that it has merit
Madefrom the choicest and mo^t care^fully selected Leaf Tobacco grown in Ken^^tucky, blue Grass is a tough and is t^Ing chew, superior to any Plug Tobacco^produced. We aak you to try it. feeling^sonfldeat you will appreciate the quality^which haa made
famousfor its HIGH GRADE OF EXCELLEK.
APOSITIVE 'or LOST or FAIirNO ^AXTPni^^I l*C G-neral an* WERVOUS DEBil.IT *
R.S. HALE^ CO.
Dealersla Pvcat Medldns*. F*or^ Tot.^^'^ ^-ds. Lantern Lamp* and Lamp (.o.xls, Glai*^1'alats. Oils, t'tc.' m,rKlcal Instrnments, Crutches^Uraces, *rc. Whoieaale *K*nt* for Cnro fo^'oiufhe and Cold*. Hrk * Pile Ointment, Wltcap^Keofodlam, Bosanko Medicine*, Dr. Kilmer-^i.'Tcedy, Dandelion Tonic. Orecon Kidney Tea
IwStMt.KoISs 1^MI^^^in l*j^f K-wi^fttr-aortfc^r. M^ tk. I MiMMOPMH
alb*..! 1..* tart.'la^ H.i^.! It!) u
ra l^-ai1f^ frssaa 47 Sinter, Twti*^r^T'ksi faya writ* laata. Baifc, falf rinUna i -n.^^ Iraa, A Jr*t^ ^||[ MESCAL C
ardKind; FfTecta^%:n Old or Toaaf.
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ANDEKELECTRIC 1 BUS'
tud nrcT TRUSS MAD
fortD.'ht ill Ait. This W*^^i.ilit^, Powor. So!d atri : ^^ra^ntis* froav |R.SA^JC:-.
rn U-riu. I'rtrr SAL ASa I
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durt'ia aud pArfsHt ^'h.i .^^ awattary *n world. Ccr*--^wi' bout m*^iirin^t, ji^r^o:--^*lfiia*t*e AjHstl Ktdn^*7 VMtesu*-^jf^cti-'ii. Us^line*** of H^*u^t.^^^r -^ 1 -^ i i f-.r PsSBSSJ No. I^'TH VS ^^ C*' .TtW r^ru r^m^*nf ^^ at^| ^ ^*t '*| ** ^ ' - L.'' .. - '**
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ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT
Ifto* want perfection in fit. with freedom from^Corn* ^^ I all discomfort ^^u win always wear^Die Burt A Packard Shoe. It i^ acknowledged
mmthe m^* rm*f^ri,vJ*. trie W tr*nr%mq and saoat *****^sentieman ^ -hoe made in the world.
Don'tspoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes.
TheBurt A Packard Shoe'^**1 no more thanay^atasrSari ^hnr.rVi sfi am a^^,.. ... A itinmi**.
Allitrles in lUi.d made. 11 and welt, and Bnrr*A
laoBora- sn.l form', if not sold by your dealer aal^alaaameand V^i^r a-1 Ire-^ to _ . _
nI a *T mm . a m i^ufr^^n In Purt A PsCki0^Packard ^ T tela, Brockton. Otlasa. Sold r
FRE0 GAMER, HelenaMont,
LENOIRHOUSe^ataam Heat,^aaln st. and Uelea* Bales*, Montana, kvery room ^ 9 re w I a
l*ln etreet. Helena, Montana. Basins** renter of tbe city. Pirate!*** A U street cars pa*^the abose bousw Many restanrsnu tn cl^^ IJ If Ok) at all rrlcea. European Plan. Koom^^ 50c^rsc. tl.H), snft*$l.M per day accordlair to location American Plan SI ~^ to ibLSO rjardar^Ilj rates rfo dlsrepnUhle people allowedB.^ ,LKNOlftrPror boX 1
JAS.McMIIsLAN ^ CO.,
'KuPKlKTtKs of the
HDE3,SHSE^ VELTS,FTjiiz, WOOL, T.t\LLQVt
I*now located In Plttsbnrr Block, 3d floor, room^19, Main street- Take the elevator Both pa.
103ft litA SotoD'tSt North
biiiirr^ -nts Solicited
G.nsengand Seneca Root.^PELTS ^ FURS A SPECIALTY.
Allkind* of merchandise and other^freight*, ladTi.llng ores, promptly trans^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. y :^^^ Store and at the^depot. Orders will receive prompt at^tontlon.
PaulS. A. Bickel
Thefinest pleasure resort and^pic nic j^ronnds in the vicinity^of Helena.
TakeMotor for Reseller's and
afree ride will be given to the^Grounds and return.
Openat all times.
Ftoher* btaHes, Low*^ Mait^Telephone No 1*1.
Allof the Latest Novelties.
STOCKENTIRELY NEW AT 112-114 B'DWAY
PaperingDone at the Lowest Prices.^Wall Paper, 10 cents per Roll.
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE^Stationerv, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic-*^ure Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^General Assortment of Notions,
Runon Both American and European Plans.^Sample Booms for Commercial Men.
Mrs T. H. IIORSK. ProortetMM
THENEW YORK DRY
Beinga -orogressive business firm, we do not propose to hold what is left at original prices.^Our desire is to close our surplus stock irrespective of profit. We do not advertise cheap^stuff, nor do we intend to gull the public with antiquated, shop-worn goods. We do not^wish to exaggerate or try to impress you with the idea that we are willing to part with our^gooods for a song. That would be insulting to your intelligence. To advertise giving goods^away is a mystification. But to sell cheap, even at a reasonable loss, is something the best of^best of merchants are sometimes justified in doin. Ladies, be on hand. We predict the next^20 days the busiest days our store has ever known. Your purses and backs are deeply inter^^ested.
Remnantsof Floor Oil Cloths.
REMNANTSOF BLACK SILK,^REMNANTS OF COLORED SILK,^REMNANT^ OF SURAH SILKS,^REMNANTS OF CHINA SILKS,^REMNANTS OF INDIA SILKS,^REMNARTfcj OF BLACK DRESS GOODS,^REMNANTS OF COLOR RD DRESS OOODS,^REMNANTS OF FLOUNCINGS, ETC.
Encouragedby our great success during the summer season, we have concluded to give the^ladies of Helena and those of its surroundings the benefit of purchasing high-class merchan^^dise at unheard of prices.
BLACKGROS GRAIN SILK,^REGATTA SILK,
WHITEDRESS GOODS,^BEADED WRAPS, JACKEST,
OurStore is Strictly Cosmopolitan. We respectfully solicit the trade of all.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GJOODS STORK^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena