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TrSEDAILYj HELENA. THTBSDAY MORXIXG. AIGUST 15, 1889.
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temptto make it appear that polities^hail anything to do with the subject will^fail. The expense of an election, of^which the Journal makes mnch, will be^practically nothing, occurring as it will^at the same time as the election for^-tate officer* and upon the adoption of^the constitution. . The additional ex^^pense will be only for the little paper^required to print the list of candidates,^and is too insignlficent to enter at all^into consideration. The officials who^ha^l their fees and salaries increased by^the last territorial legislature all the^way from ^ to M per cent, will surely^ii^^t otiject to the expense of a campaign^for re-election. Having benefited by^the generosity of the legislature, these^otliciaN will surely reciprocate to the^extent of tendering their services, en^hancM in value by the experience of the^preceeJing nine months, to save the^state from the chaos which would follow^the election of new men to the offices^they are so well qualified to till.
Therepublicans raised the question of^politics in regard to the county officers^The democrat-' have acted consistently^throughout in considering official ten^tires, and without regard to whether^democrats or republicans are to be bene^^fited. The justice of the position they^have taken will recc iumend the action of^the convention to the voters of the whole^state.
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bytimely uae of thia medicine. Am satu^fied Electric Bitten saved his life.
Mr.D. L. Wilcoxson, of Hone Cave, Ky.^add* a like testimony, saying: He posi^^tively believes he would have died, had it^Dot been for Electric Hitter*.
Thisgreat remedy will ward off, at well^as cure all malarial diseases, and for aU^Kidney. Liver, and Stomach Disorders^stand* une^iualed. Price 50c and SI, at R.^S. Hale A Co.'a.
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Thisexpression has perhaps a chestcutty^Uavor, and yet it gives such a pungent sug^^gestion in the way of good advice that we^venture to use it a* a text. A clam is slug^^gish, keeps himself sent up to all impres^^sions from the world around, buries him^^self most of the time in mud or sand, and^,n Kiam, .- a -ta^ at-Loiue from away^back, if you want to get some good out of^life, don't act like a clam, but venture^away once in while from the place where^you were born, and see the world. Don't^be a clam by being indifferent what Urn of^railroad you travel on, but select the one^that Is best in accommodations, fastest in^time, surest in connections^^The Burling^^ton.^ it goes everywhere^reaches by Its^own line all important western cities, and^has excellent connections for all points.^For tickets, rates, or an) information, call^on your local ticket agent or address \V J.^('.. K*-nyon, general passenger agent, C. B.^* N. K. K.. St. Paul, Minn.
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liiMixhat- should not fail to attend^the primaries to be held at the several^Helena city precincts Saturday evening^next at - o'clock and in the country pre^^cincts of Lewis and Clarke conuty Sat^^urday afternoon. The call for these pri^^maries (which are to choose delegates to^the county convention on Thursday of^next week) is published in another col^^umn, and indicates the places where the^primaries are to be held. The occasion^demands that every good citizen should^take an active part in the campaign for^the redemption of Montana from repub^^lican domination, which is only another^term for government in the interest of^the few. Let there be a large attend^^ance at the primaries next Saturday.
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Hhen lir-t the iMiue of Benjamin Har^^rison came In-fore the republican nation^^al convention at Chicago, fourteen^mouths ono, the chairman of the Cali^^fornia delegation declared that the nom^^ination of ii si ll.irrisou would be a^blunder thut would cost the party the^electoral \ob - of i Aliforuia, Oregon and^Nevada, becau-e of the record he had^made upon ^he Chinese question. The^chairman, II. H. LM loung. went so far^as to iutimate that his paper, the San^Kranci-co Chronicle, could not support^(ien. Ilarri-on for the presidency. How^^ever. affair4 had reached such a stage in^the convention that the nomination of^Harrison seemed the only thing possible^to be done. Argument* were brought to^bear on Hi \otuig which he was uuable^to resist, and an attempt wan made to^explain that Harrison only voted in the^senate agam-it restrictive Chinese immi^gration bills in order that some alleged^imperti'ctious might be cured and the^law made more effective. l^e Young^flopped with all the adroitness of a cir^cus ifjmua-t. uid wheeled his newspaper^into line for Harrison, and from the day^the nomination was made until the open^^ing of th^ polls for the presidential elec^^tion of lsss the Chronicle feasted ou^crow with an energy that was an ad^^mirable simulation of relish. The ex^^planations passed current with the^voters of the slope, and Harrison was the^recipient of the electoral votes of those^states which are \ itally concerned in the^restriction of Chinese immigration.^Th'is promise and cajolery and palpable^misrepresent:,uon of Harrison's record^iu the senate won the day. The slope^state-, had been given assurance-* during^the campaign that the law- I including^the Scott exclu.-i ^n bill) would be strin^^gently enforced, without which a-*su-^rauces, the republican San Francisco^Call admit-, ^it would have been impos-^iilde to h il th;^ republican vote for the^party,^ and yet the Harrison administra^^tion was scarcely four mouths old when^its pic lges were disregarded and rulings^male by the treasury department and by^the attorney general that practically^opened our gates full wide to as many of^the Chinese as chcse to avail themselves^of the opportunity. Practically the ex^^clusion bill has been nullified as a re^^public ii. -e.-r.-tary of the treasury nnlli-^tied the act of congress on the subject of^importation of bad and lead ore. Al^^ready the effect is felt on the Pacific^coast,and Washington and Montana will^not be long insensible to the coming^invasion.
itis not as though the secretary of^the treasury had no alternative in con^^struing the law relative to permitting^the transit of Chinese servants through^the Cnited States; the secretary has ad^^mitted that the question might be inter^^preted iu two ways, and at the same time^he chose to interpret it in opposition to^the known intent of the law and to the^hazard of the l acitic coast. The politi^eal effect of the policy of the Harrison^administration is foreseen by the San^Francisco Call (republican), which says:^^ ^'Hi. re are four new states about to^el^ ct senators and members of congress.^It the administration tails in this transit^proposition Montana and Washington ter^^ritory will most assuredly be lost to the re^publicans. The two Dakotas may be^^a^e^1. a- tcey lie further east and are^Interested in the Chinese question. The^Pacihc coast states, which elect congress^men next year, cannot be counted on to^support an administration that opens our^ports to Chinese in the face of an act of^congress excluding them.
Hutthe Harrison policy in the Chinese^que^:^-jli-*ill have an effect more im^-portant than its bearing on parties. If^unchecked it will drive white labor out^of the coast states and out of the farms,^workshops and mines of Washington^and Montana. It will bring in the place^of men who are citizens, who have wives^and children and who constitute the^bone and sinew of our population, a race^who are non-assimilative and vicious,^destitute of individual or racial moral^^ity, steeped in the lowest depths of de^^pravity, and all to pander to that non^^sensical notion of the ^universal broth^^erhood of man,^ irrespective of race and^tradition, which prevails in a large^portion of the east, where the ^noble In^^dian^ and the simple, inoffensive^are known only through nu-^filterations in books ,of fiction^and philanthropists' romances.
TheChinese policy of the administra^^tion this year is a more interesting sub^^ject of discussion just now than the^Mills btU, which didn't become a law^last year.
Theconstitutional convention needs^no defense for its action in regard to the^election of county officers. It was sim^^ply taken in conformity to the plan that^the terms of all officers, county and state,^should be uniform, and the Journal's at-
Ki'Manceis onee more a synonym for^fiction. The eastern papers of the^goody-goody description are circulating^the story that Kate Maxwell, the Wyom^^ing tramp, cattle thief and many other^things dishonorable and disreputable,^and who was hanged by a mob because^of her excessive handiness with the^hranding iron, asked with her dying^hreath that her property be sold and the^proceeds applied toward the establish-^ment of a refuge for wayward girls. It's^a pretty fable; the truth is the woman^died as she had lived, blasphemous, un^^repentant, defying man and her maker,^he was not of the kind that -eared for^- ligation of her sex.
Thkorgan of the republican left wing in^Montana is very fierce in proclaiming that^it intends to discuss the tariff as a national^issue in the campaign this year, hut when^it comes to defending Benjaain Harrison's^administration it only pipes up feebly in^behalf of three or four Montana appoint^^ments, in other words it squarely dodges.^Said that eminent republican lawyer, Mr.^Charles J. Bonaparte, of Baltimore, in^a public address the other day: ^It^is not harsh criticism to say that^during the paM three months (Jen. Harrison^has already so tailed to observe the princi^^ple of reform that if he were the agent of^any private prudent enployer be would be^removed from bis place.^ These are true^sad weighty words, and there is a solid ar^^ray of facis behind them which the would-^be defenders of the administration must^meet by something else than petty quib^^bling.
Tuk'treasury department has decided,^after long deliberation, to admit without^question five instructors for the new Na^tional Catholic university engaged abroad.^Not a fraction of the time was required to^determine the transit^question as applied^to Chinese laborers. It would require a^peculiar wrenching of the contract-labor^law to class educators as laborers, but^for a time the administration appeaxxsl to^lean to that construction of it Coatege^professors belong, perhaps, to the infant^industries, while American laborers need^no protection.
AciKKEsitisDSNT of the Chicago Inter^Ocean, who complains that a position in^the postofhee of that city has been given to^a lusty young ward politician instead of an^old soldier who was an earlier applicant,^says: ^A few more such aggravating ap^^pointments and Cook county will surely^be democratic at all elections. Repub^^licans read and think, and some of them^v ^te as they please.^ The assertion that^some republicans vote as they please ^ Is,^it will be observed, judiciously qualified.^The writer is evidently a gentleman of dis^^cernment.
Haleand Hearty in Old Age.^What is more beautiful than an ancient
treeclothed with an ample robe of verdure :'^Apt is the comparison between such a^growth and an old man or woman infused^with health and vigor. The sine qua non,^the Indispensable condition of vigorous^youth, robust manhood and a virileold age,^is sound digestion. Without this lite is^shorn of the hearty zest that should attend^it. No more beneficent and agreeable con^^tributor to the attainment of a bale old age,^and efficient means of counteracting the in^^firmities that too often attend life's decline,^can be found than Hostetter's Stomach^Bitters. Dvspeptic symptoms, a tendency^to kidney complaint, nervous inquietude^and rheumatic trouble are overcome by its^use. The effect of exposure and overwork^are nullified by it, and it affords efficient^protection to all subjected to malarial in^nuencee. ^^ive it a thorough trial.
SodaSprings, Idaho.^The splendid, new Idanha hotel erected^list year at .soda Springs, Idaho, is now^open for the season under the direct man^^agement of the 1'nion Pacific railway.^This hotel is first-class in every respect,^with all the modern conveniences, and will^accommodate comfortably several hundred^guests.
Themedical springs which abound about^Soda Springs are noted for their curative^properties and many remarkable cures^have been recorded. Splendid hunting and^excellent fishing is to be found a t.-w miles^from Soda Springs. Good livery and guides^always to be had.^For further information address.
K.L. Lomay,^(ien*!. Pass. Agt.^Omaha, Neb.
Electri^- Hitters.^This remedy is becoming so well known^and so popular as to need no special men^^tion. All who have used Electric Bitters^sing the same song of praise. A purer^medicine does not exist and it is guaran^^teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bit^^ters will cure all diseases of the liver and^kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt^rheum and other affections caused by im^^pure blood. Will drive malaria from the^system and prevent as well as cure all^malarial fevers. For cure of headache,^constipation and indigestion try Electric^Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or^money refunded. Price 50 cents and SI per^bottle at li. s Hale A Co.'s drug store.
Theimmediate symptoms of Dyspepsis,^or lndigesti- n, are a distressing sense of^weight, oppression and fullness in the^stomach, heartburn, loss of appetite, foul^breath, belching, flatulency, nausea, pains^in the shoulders and breast. Dr. Henley's^Dandelion Tonic promotes healthy diges^^tion and removes all unhealthy symptoms.^Sold by li. S. Hale ^ Co., wholesale and^retail agents, Helena.
SPJSCIAL,NOTICES,^^vruc of Figs Olaansaa the System.
Whohas fine Hair, and desires to pre^^serve its color, abundance, and lustre,^should use Ayer's Hair Vigor as a
dressing.It keeps the s*-alp clean and^cool, and is by far the most exquisite^toilet preparation in the market.
B.M. Johnson. M. D., Thomas Hill.^Mo., says: ^I have used Ayer'a Hair^Vigor in my family for a number of^years, and ^regard it as the best hair^preparatiun i know of. It keeps the^scalp i lean, the hair soft and lively, and^preserves the original color. My wife^has u*ed it for a long time with most^satisfactory results.
Mr-*.S. A. Rock, of Anderson. Texas,^writes : ^ At the age of 34, in Monroe,^La.. I bad a severe attack of swamp, or^malarial, fever. After I got well my^hair commenced coming out, and so con^^tinued until it had well nigh all gone.^I nsed several kinds of hair restorers,^but they did no good. A friend gave me^a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. Before^finishing the first bottle mv hair began^to grow, and by the time 1 used three^bottles, I had a fine head of hair.
Or.J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Boldby Ilrugginta and Perfumera.
DEMOCRATICBTA11 ^ 1^ V KH10I.
ADemocrats State Convention will be held at^anaconda oa Monday, Atu-nst 26, at noon. It**,^for tne purpose of nominating a candidate for^Representative la Congress, candidates for Gov^^ernor, Lteatenaat-Uoeenor. Secretary of Stale,^State Treasurer, State Auditor. Attorney 11 earn a I.^superintendent of Public Instruction, three Jas-^tlree of the Supreme Court, and each other officers^a* may be provided for By law, the appointment^of a Stat* ^ eatral Committee an 1 each pother^business as in their Judgment Is tor the best in^^terest of Montana.
Theseveral roan ties will be entitled to the fol^^lowing representation:
BeaverheadI Lewis and Clark* X
Cboteaut Madison t
Casters Meagher 1
DeerLodge2* SUver Bow
Fergus6 TeUowsaoaw 4
TheDemocratic Committees of the several^counties will call conventions In their several^count!*e for the purpose of electing delegate* and^alternates to the above convention
Byorder of the Territorial Democratic Central^Committee.A. J. Davidson, Chairman.
W WiLLics, ,Ir , Secretary
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Toavoid discomfort^caused by the lapped^seam, formerly used.
Aperfect fit with abso^^lute comfort now guar^^anteed
TheBest Goods, Most Comfortable to the^Wearer, and Cheapest for Quality.^FOR 8ALE EVERYWHERE.^LINCDON, KATI HKLLKH A CO.,^Successors to THOMSON. LANGOON ^ CO.,^New York,^sou uarricrrnaas
3North Main Str , Helena, M. T.
K,P. GKRRY.F. K. WARD.
CommencingJuly tut, extended its^service over the kontanm Central to^Helena, thus completing a through ex^^press service from New York, Boston and^all the principal cities in the Eastern^State*, as well as the prominent cities of^St. Louis. Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City,^St. Paul and Minneapolis, unequalled fa^^cilities, fast special express trains be^^tween New Tork and Chicago, and the^fa.-t mail train between Chicago and St.^Paul, will enable this company to de^^liver eastern express matter in advance^of all other lines. American Kxpreaa Co.^Money Orders for sale at all offices of^the company and payable at upwards of^ten thousand places in the t inted States,^Canada, and Kurops.
Yourpatronage is respectfully solicit^^ed. Offce. with Montana Central railway^company.
WaterWhite Coal Oil
Andeverything in the Concrete line by^the Hot or Cold Process,
S.K. Cor. Broadway and Pine,
H.H. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD^CHAS LEHMAN.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
3aand 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.,
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Kkpke*kstativeCox made observa^^tions during his recent run through the^northwest, the result of which he has com-^munirated to a Washington (D. C.) corre^^spondent. ^^ N othing.^ be said confidently,^Van prevent Washington territory from^going to the democratic column.^ There^has been no question as to where Montana^belongs politically, and Mr. Cox but re^^iterates the general opinion when he says^the democrats will control this new state.
Itturns out that William T. Harris, the^newly appointed commissioner of educa^^tion, is an advanced tariff reformer and^voted for Cleveland in 188H President Har^^rison should be more careful. How in the^name of Dudley are the boys going to work^a protection racket in Montana when such^things are done in Washington.
Thkgreat debate on the copper duty be^^tween the Helena Journal and the Butte^Inter Mountain will be begun in a few^^lays. The Journal man is simply revising^the figures in which he demonstrated that^copper needed no protection. The Inter^Mountain man is loaded for him.
MawToaa, An*. M.-Bar silver, v.'-,
L#adSteady; closing with Improved tendency ;^domestic, 87^,
Thestock market was again extremely du'l.^There was an attempt to carry yreterday's reac^tlon still farther, and In some Instance* frac^tional Impressions were made u on prices. Move^ments were in all except half a dozen stocks con^lined to the smallest fractions and the dealing*^almost throngboat the entire day were barreti^any features of importance. The close wss doll^kit Sim at close to opening prices tor most of^the Met ^^o vera meat bonds dall and steady
Petroleumopened firm at te% closing strong
Moneyon call easy atper cent Last
loan2. Prime mercantile paper, 4\^4tt. ster^^ling exchange doll and steady; sixty-day bills,^at.sV*: demand, $4 S7V
Uovernmenlnon-la, 4s, 128; 4S^. 105V^Northern Pacific, -JOS ; preferred, ; t ^ -.^ ^-^Improvement. M; Ureeon Navigauon. 97^^Transcontinental, MM; Union Pacific.
C'srtle Receipts, 1 Ml;
mraeo, A ng. 14
strongerfor chTTce: others weak: beeves, $4 m^4.80; etockers and feeders, f^ 00423 in- Tex^cattle, $\ (So^! 15; n^Uvee and half breeds. s.i
logs Receipts, 15,000: slow: heavy 10c. lower-^o'hen 5 and 10c. lower: mixed, S4 OaiLi 411 hun'^$3.iS4^4.*); light, f4.Hi^4 70.' UBfcTr,
heei^^Receipts, 10.U0U; steady to lower na^Mvee, $3 40O$4.7u; western, AS4Oa4.0U: Texsns.^$3 504*4 10.
CUICAOOPBOnUCK^CmOAa-o. Aug. 14.^1:15 p. m.^Close^ Wheal -^Steady to firm; cash, 7^; September, 77; Decern^her, 78 y-16.
Corn-Steady; cash, S5\ ; September, 35* ; De^camber, 3m^.
OatsFirmer; cash, ^Hk; September, 20 11-14^December, 1\ \.
PorkLower; cash and September,^October, (9 75.
LardKaeier;^October, $ J'
Wkhaven't discovered that a single M*^9 iblican newspaper in Montana is saying^a word about the republican senate tariff^bill which was passed as a substitute for the^Mills bill. What's the matter:' Face the^music, gentlemen!
Strangeas it may seem the Helena^Journal approves of Mr. Kusaell B. Harri^^son's Montana appointments. We would^not have thought it!
True.HI- Head Waan't Swelled.
HelenaJournal: Mr. Cleveland was not^so tall as Mr. Lincoln nor so short as Mr.^Harrison, but it required more cloth to^make a pair of pantaloons for him than fcr^Mr. Lincoln and less felt to make a hat^for him than for Mr. Harrison.
1cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla half^enough,^ says a mother, whose son, almost^blind with scrofula, was cured by this^medicine.
ASure Core for Piles.
Or.Klrk i txerman Pile Ointment ha*^cored Blind. Bleeding and Itching Pile*^when all other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumora, allays the itching at^once, acta as a poultice, gives Instant re-^Jef. Lrr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment is^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parta. and nothing else. Every^box is warranted Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price/*} cento^He!Sol^ bJ S-Hale 4% Co.,
Afound Learal Opulon.
E.Bainbridge Mundy, Esq., county at-^toorney. Clay county. Texas, says: -Have^uaed Electric Bitters with moat happy re^^sults. My brother, also, was very low with^malarial fever and jaundice, bat wi
Make*the live* of wiany people mlseraMe,^causing distress after eating, sour stomach,^tirk headache, heartburn, loss of appetite,^a faint,^ all gone ^ feeling, bad taste, coated^tongue, and irregularity of^DlStrCSS theboweLi. Dyspepsia does^After not a^a well of Itself. It^_ .requires careful attention.
anda remedy like Hood's^Sarsaparilla. which acts gently, yet efficiently,^it tones the stomach, regulates the diges-^rion, create* a g'**l a;^- Siok^petite, banishesli a.
and r - :!;e mind. ^^3030110^** I have Ix-en troubied with dyspepsia. I^bad but little appetite, and what I did eat^Udistressed me, or did me
tTlittIe c^,'d- After eating 1
DUm would have a faint or tired,
all-gonefeeling, as though i had not eaten
anything. My trouble was aggravated by
springI took Hood's Sar- .
saparilla,which did me an StOmaCIs
Immenseamount of good. It gave me an
appetite,and my food relished and satisfied
thecraving I had previously experienced.*
Georgea. Page, Watertown, Mass.
soldLy altarus-glits. ft; tlx for 55. Prepared only^yj It I. HOOD * CO.. Apothecaries. LoweU. Mas
IPODoses One Dollar
Doyon want a BARGAIN in anything yon wear^or use in the line of
BARt*aIN s tbrnis-hout the Entire Bstabllab^ment A visit will repay you.
Room4, over Kred GamerV^HKLKXA, MONTANA.
Agentfor Butterlck's Patterns and Ball's Ps.-at
AnInfallible Cure for
Thisis not a patent medicine that effects a cure^by undermining the system, hut a remedy com-^poeed of powerful Ingredients that while in no^wise Injurious, works directly upon the blood^and drives the disease out through natural chan^^nels.
ofChronic Cases of Rheumatism have been ef^^fected by lt^durlng the past year In Montana,
1.F MURRAY A CO ,^Man ufactur. ra, Anaconda, M. T^POPE .V O ( ON NOR, Agents.
WENDEL ^ STEIN'S
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the city on short notice^No. 1115 Bridge street, one door above^M. Keinig'H.
DR.M. G. PARSONS,
Cor.Sixth and Main Strs.,^Over J. T. Murphy's Store.
PracticeUnited to Surgical and Medical Diseases^of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Iam now efferine my entire stock of household^(oods tor sale at reasonable rates. If you need a^Piano, Bookcaae, Sewing Machine. Beoroom
8ult.Stove. Carpet. Table, Chairs, Etc.,^Come and see what we have. The entire stock^must be disposed of by the latter part of the^month.
CornerKlrhth Avenue sad Hoback Street.
Residence.315 Montana avenne.
P.0. Box 384. HELENA, MONT.
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. Agt'e
Boardof Trade Room, Pittsburg Block, Releno.^CHAS. S. tLTINOI, A .--St at Bitte City.
18North Warren Str., Helena.
LeMunyon^ PaTent have dissolved^partnership. Mr. Parent has refitted the^place by enlarging it, and is now ready^to accommodate all that calls in first-^class style.
D.C. PARENT. Prop'r.
Attorneyana Counselor at Lai
MASONICTIIPlI HILBNA, M.T.
ATTOHNSY-AT-LAW,-tot ^M S. and-4 A8HBV* BUOCK, HILINA, M.T.
$3,500buys a ledge of hematite iron,^fluxing, lime stone and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad
$8,500buys 440 acres of fenced land, and^all appurtenances for sheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best range iu Montana, twenty^five by sixteen mil^ in extent. Alsn.if^wanted, 3.50U head of sheep at #2.50^will go with the range. Wood, water^grass and shelter plentiful.
f1,100 buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest in 320 acres of coal land by^railroad near Butte, containing three^distinct veins of good coal, respect^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet in thick^^ness.
Also,fine building propositions in the
businesscenter of Butte,^For sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS ^ CO.,
realestate a 511 mm ^ broker^,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M.
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
iroD,Sleel, Horse and Mule Sbjee, Horse Nails,^Sted Nails. Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose Belting, Tinner's Stock, Force and Lift; Pumps.
$asPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' fMfti
io0warran SI. Talaahena 7 10.
^laAganu far ta^ Oai^^ra^s
SUPERIOR^ and Famous ^ ACO^Cooking and Heating Stoves,
aVoC W. Q. Fisher e Cincinnati Hotel and Faml-y
WROUGHT IRON RANGES.
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Oootan,^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Willowware, Glass^and Uueensware, English and American Cut'err^Prenoh and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods and
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods, Etc., EU
^sxraodTis rsapactr.il r is Triad anscall tad inspect las ULXeaaT ar.^ Qoai cenptow sieck it
WIOll'SALE AND RETAIL STOCK ^F 69991 II YM*
CrstfSrr^T) IK* Cauniry aall^ll#^ a as ^msIvs ^^^^n^l attanllar m ^alsasa-e^.
CLARKECONRAD ^ CURTIN.
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Parckers,Curers and Smokers of
1U'S N. Main St.
C.B MILLER, M. D,
FormerlyAsst. Sore. C. S. A.)^SURGERY A SPECIALTY.^Residence, 418 Eleventh Ave.
Grsdaatsof Ontario VstsHnary roUsgs. Toronto.^Cana.!^ Treats all diseases of Horses, ^ attle^and Other Domestic Animals Dental ^j JSag-^cal operations carefully pertoro ed WaJJBf^mall or telephone prompt^ attended t^ OS^e^at J. A Z-ltler s Livery stable, corner Wall and^Clore streets, Helena. Mont Telephone S3
R.B. Hale ^ On.^aals azsnu
Iprescribe and rallr ^^^dorae Big- 0 AS I ha oalf^ape;-!flc for ibrc.rtcjo cais^or i Ms disease.^U.H.lNi.KAH am. St.
AmaterAam.N. T^We have sold Bi( G tot^many years, and It has
eventbc heat ef aatis^*-t1oa.
D.R. DYCHK A CO.,^rnlcn^o. ill^SI.**. Sold by Drat-.- ^la^H. M. Parebaa A Or who!a-
Officeand Ware rooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 246.
Openday and olcbt.^Months. Bodie* pre^ gB
T.ilsInstitution, under rare of the Sisters of^Charity, offer every advantage to make it one of^the beet ajid moat thorough honses of iducatli n^In the West.
Itis beautifully situated In the healthy and^pleaeant city of Helena. Tne building is large^and aell furnished with everything that can con-^tribute to the advancement, health and comfort^of the pnpils.
Forfurther information apply to tne Sisters of^Charity
TheSchool will open the nrst Monday of Sep^ember, 18W^. K
Ahigh grade school, preparing hoys for college,^ec eatinc ecboole and for business. First class^ej:.ration: thorough course of study, ^iddreee^C. L. HC.WAI1U, Sup't.Ogoen City, Vtac.
HSUINA at*. T
PhyaicianSurgacn. Accoacbar. Ooaliat^and Anriat.
*ember of baa fr as Cisco Medical Society, alai^Nevada Elate Medical Society.
OflosParcTsen'e ^rigstore, corner above Mai^^and Broadway. Sntrance on Broadway and Jack^aoa. Helena, M or tana consultations in Germ v.
MfliNETTC KLA3Tir- n:T^.r.n- - -r ' 4
VV.PIERCE S Hew O*.^^sjaouc CHAIIC BELT wit^aC.*vtn^' Suspensory, stj :^ivn' tiia most power ft^^duraor* ud perfect Ch*i:^^stttrr in world.Oar^^^. r ^ut mswiirino, aNerroc-^b the* Bnrk.KidMry umm^^l:- .i. V*. wtkDsossa of 8^xua^^ -.~ - fnrPwnrh No. L^^) .704 RfM-rurofnlo ;*^- I
aOflCITIUC F jr IOST or FAXLIT O MAlCHOCr^A rUoi ! If C otters! and VKRVOUS LEBimr^ftTTn Wcaknua ef Brdyand Kind: Efferls^%j U XV Xj ofErroraorSxreisesUOUorTaaaa.
.t^i, ^ iii Mill f.'..Hr. in i .Itr,. ....
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krand Iwaaa.-:^^caf n h.thaOalabni- - i^PR ! i r.RCB*8PATT- N^rKtl.gelastictrj: :
TO0*T.T OrvT^ijas P-rfertReiA
Eatab.1^let ^ - !
Cornerbroadway and Warren Street.
Ovpoit^ C. 8. AJsMT Offiee.^saxjrjiA, xomtaju.^TH06. CXBKUCN * SON, Propa
newlyFined and Hewly^Lavdiaaaad eeaas Baths,^Bill art Hall, wlti all Mods
wTtkspecial ^^Kj^jjl *^* ComaasrrAal^BCS BUNS TO ahd FROM ALL TBAIVS
.arraskrnK tbcw lam .
aasri i ^ it as. i^i a
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AllMeats of ^mr Special Diamond R cure are packed in Montana and have^brand plainly hnrm-il into the skin.
Wehave received a car of the
Celebrated Silurian -- Waukesha-
InHalf Barrels, Ten Gallon Galvanized Iron Cans, Half Gallon
Bottles,Quart Bottles Carboneted, Pint Bottles Carbonated.
Wewill sell at same prices as tlie Spring Company quote, ac^^tual freight added.
BACHyCORY ^ CO., Wholesale Grocers
A.M. HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
jobbersand dea laaOBB IX
GeneralAgents for the Bain Wagons, Whitley Steel IfUBill^and Binders, Champion Mowers. Bonanza. Tiger and flollincs^worth Hay Rakes, Oliver's Paient Chilled and Moline Steel and^flying Dutchman Sulky Plows, Concord Harness, Buggies^Carnages Road WTagons,Buckboards. Carts, Horse Clothing^Halters, Robes, Harness of ail styles and prices, and Whips^A full line of extras.
TheHelena Steam Heating
Plumbers,Gas and Steam Fitters.
Estimatesupon all work in our line cheerfully given.
2U3Sortii Main Street, HELENA, MONT.
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware
bEALKRS IS '
andall High Explosives.
113 WORTH MAIN STREET,
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE. 9^Stationery, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ol Motions,
FAS.KoMUXAN ^fe CO..
lii- i.; XI! K
MinneapolisSheepskin Tannery^sides, 8S8B ni^kruus, wool, tallow
G-nsengand Seneca floot
SHEEPP^ETS FURS A SPECIALTY.
MMa103 A 105 Second St North
Writefor C lroulara.
(tumsiafsto v. M. OaotBaa.)
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
FirstAnnual Bench Show
ofDOG-S,^AT HELENA, Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Andcontinuing for tnret^ days, und^-r Am rules of lim Auierican
$600 IZST PRIZES.
Entriesclose Saturday, Angust 24, 1889. Open to all classes^and ages Copy of by-laws a^ d premium list sent or applica^tion to EDWARD V. CROSBY, Strcretaiy, Helena, Montana.^All lovers of dogs invited to join the club.^
Ordersby Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Corra^^pondence solicited Yard ^nd Factory near N. P Depot.
U.S. Public Sampling Co.
CityOffice Removed to Skconu Nitional Baml.
Samplesand Assays Mad*- of all Ore*. Consignments Solicited.^Samples of ^-ach lot Submitted to the Different Smelters^and tiV Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
Purniture, Carpets, Wall Pap r
^^Tt^5id ^two aPP^ floora ol tha Da-rldaon block and ronaertac tb .ascc wlti mm tint-^J^h^T^*HTf^'l^l.mnt/^^^^^P7 Ion *nUr^ t,^ n exienaiCK ti-ronyh toe wtule .b trot^SS^^ SP_^r0 tXx*T^ atocsei tnr-meh.nt with fooif of rrwr pad- ud at Drtcaa thai cierr cor M^BL ^r7.,P.Qffi!*r8TRlt^rL'i i^M CASH DIrXcTLY FKOM FIIfflT HASDe .Z
''^ ^t'4Jt 'A'aVOo 'JULY. Aii examination of goodm and oompartaoo of prtcoa ^oucttad.
PLAJSTQ8,ORGANS and MUSICAL MERC 'HAD IS k
7RITKfor TKRM.^. Telepbour No. ^1.^P*c!flr^ an1 Montana ^wntral raltrp ^ 1nn^t'pn
SamplingWorks at Northern
MANCFACTCR-BAHD DBALZK IK
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
Litrhtand Heavv Harness,
BitsSpurs, Qnlrts, Whlp^, Lashps, Blankptn, SbMte, Imst*rs, Bllckeni, Nose Basra,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boots and all other goods usually kept in a first-class har^^ness store. Hand made drirlng harness a specialty._ _^Opposite Grand Central Hotel. Main St.. Helena, M. T.
r(old aaad Saad- tW
C.A. PERKIN, M. D.,
TheF*ion^3er ol tne C3reat West.
jH B Xal ^ *N m^m\m\T aafaV aN A
SCHWABA ZIMMEIMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Oldest,Most Reliable Les^'iv Flrrt-ela^ Hotel In tbe Tfrrlu r
PHILIPS3URG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAHEY-S HOTBl
Bunon Both A^sea-Vmn and Knropean^Sample Booms tor Commercial Men.
TEICHERT6l WICK, Prop'rs-
TRANCKON JACKSON E^AL60, KHuM MAIN BTKKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in \he City.
MILWAUKEE SEER QN TAP-^Os-lifor^ia ^Wine HoijLae-
Dealerin Pare California Grape Wines and Brand es for Me^^dicinal and Fa-nilv Purposes, Old Kentucky Whiskies, Penn^^sylvania and Maryland Kvh^.
Importerof the Best Brands of Rhine Wines, Clarets, Fin*^^French Cognacs, Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Holland Gins and^Jamaica Rama, in wood and glass. Prompt attention given to^ontside orders.
Jo 46 South Main Street.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest atTffie
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CHNTRAJj HOTBl u