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REALLY A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD.
TheGreatest Bonanza Ewer Uncovered^in California Located in the^Mojive D^sert.
*aa Krancl^co ipecial: .Barney Carter,^an old prospector, hac rwently discovered^tlie richest gold mine ever brought to light^in California. His discovery was made in^the vicinity of Death Valley on the Mojave^IMjaert. It has long been known that very-^rich mineral deposits were stti.ated in tbat^section of the country, but heretofore the^prospectors and others have Mad a horror^of the dwrt, and a large Dum*T of those^who risked their tmm in huDMag lor the^previous metals have never returned, and^the bones of many venturesome men are^now bleaching on the sands as a result of^their mordinate thirst for gold
(kildHill, as the new mine has been^christened by Carter and hie colleagues,^was discovered some time in luiy. It is^literally a mountain of gold, and is practi^^cally inexhaustible. The base of the^mountain is 0,001) above m-n level, and rises^to a height ot about 1 U^^ feet, being one^mile and a half in circumference, on a^rough estimate. The 'juart/ formation is^cat p^d wiU. granite, SSI r^mi ving which^the ore h -xposed in unlimited Quantities.^The deposit is similar to that at Virginia^City being what is known asa -blow-out.
Assoon as Carter was vatntiwl ^.f the^rich discovery he emplo^ed Steve Arnold^and C. A. Winter.-, to hold his claims, and^at once returned. Kjring his absence these^men deserted their employer and located^claims for themselves. They also struck it^rich, but being without funds, brought in^about titty pounds of ore, and interviewed^K. B. Taylor, of Riverside, to whom they^showed specimens of th^ore and endeav^^ored to sell their claims to nim: bu'^Taylor was posted, and knowing^that they had no right to locate mines^while employed by others, would have^nothing to do with tnem. KUorts have^been m^de to interest iiioneyeo men in the^find, but the district U ^o isolated and dil-^hrultof access that nobody has undertaken^to follow it up. The region is an absolute^desert and there is no wat^ r anywhere^near it. Only a few miles further on is the^famous Death valley, which I as been the^cause of so many lives being i^st. Many-^years ago there was an expedition to the^deadly valley. Most ot the travelers died^before reaching it, and only a few ever re-^^ ^lene.t to tell the tale of disastt rand devas^^tation.
Lettersfor the following per.- ons remain^uncalled for at the Helena, M.T., postofhre^on Aug. 15. In calling for them please^say ^^advertised.
t.KNTI.KMKN'*LIST.^Aakhus. Arvind 1). A^khus. ^,unslein D.
Akus,Kvin D- A^Allop. frank^Andersson. Nils^Anderson, Gust^Arnell. Jonas^Astell, Willeam^itairilow. W. A.^Hue 11, (has. K.^ii ijd, James^lirowne, J. C^ilroadfoot, D. C. '3,^ISrarUtaaw, t^eo.^Jiueli, Chas. C.^Campbell, I'.^^'atr.pbell, A. A.^Casaidy, Patrick^Chilseth, ^^le^fhanioioii. Albert^Cox, Caasiua^Coleman, Peter^Corey, K. A.^fTsjst. I^Tt P. (8i^Croil, Lyd C. (B)^Crawford, J. K.^Dietz. Henry^Horsey, Wm. A.^Kaulean, stanislau^Kndicoit, Jos. N.^Kox, Wm B.^Kowler, Kdward^Frost, Jack^Gamer, Mite D.^i.reen. Win. ^^Hammond. Kobert^Hall. Al.^Hansen, Johan^Hardwick, I.. K ,^Harrington. Li. V.^Ha/e, Albert^Hetfron, William^Higgs, David^Howard, (ieo.^Hoskin, Jake A.^Uutchinsen. C. It-
Irvine,Henry E- (2)^iuu^. Willard. N.^.lanson, W liheim^lohnson August^Kantzler, J ^sepb^Kelley, Josei^h^Xunt/er. I*. K.^Kranish. A.^l.aury, J.^l.eamonion, Jean^J.ebau, Albert^Lewis, Clark ^ Co.^l.undgreii. K. J.^Melhj, J. Hansen^Mill.r, II. M.^Miliar, Walter^Mont. Invest. Co. 14^More}. M.-i hen^Moore, 1^ wight^Multau. C. C.^Meyer. Mitt
Mciiee,W. P.^Mfi.rcw. Barney^N iglit, Btc^Nelson, Lir.a ^;.^\ \ -troio. Aug.^^^^^;rad^. .las. H
Andersor.Jacob I2i^Anderson. Henry^Anderson, ^;^^^. W.^Armstrong. a. M^Atwill, C K.^Barentzcr. Johan^Beaughui. Frank^Do^d, D^Brooks, N H.^Bradsham. C. C^Brand. 11 L.^Buchanan. J. B.^Campbell. Patrick^Carpenter. ^^. B.^Cain, W. C.^C.'iarpenti* r, ^i.^Conroy. Thomas^Gata, Cha^.^C'simhs, G A.^('i ieoran, I'. W.^Ciawlurd, ^ ^e;i.^Crowe, A. K-^^ iuros^. C. H.^IMrkinson. Krnest^Durbin, Dim^Kinerick, John H.^Kinlayson. S, M.^Kawling. K. B.^Kraser, W S.^(iardner, l/l^Gadard J. vV.^Hailwin, Wm.^Hammer Joseph^Hall. W. U.^Harris, Harry^Harley, W. J.^Haury. Joseph^Herrmann. J. A.^Hess, William^Hills, Jno. S.^Howard. Mark 12)^Horn, William^Hyhus.oiiver^.Ionian. II. M.^John, Oliver^Johnson, Chailes^Johansson. C. A.^Keeler, Kred^Ket^ely, John^Knopply, Louis^Kramer. Martin^l.aury. Alpbonse^Larkins, Mark W.^Leduc. Benny^Letcher, W. H.^Mahoney, Cornelius^Metam it, D.^Mitchell. Walker^Mokany. 8^Morey, .S. C.^Morgan, James^Murphy. W. M.^Me^er. MaMI^M'-t'urtiiis .V Nelson^McKvoy, James^Mcl'herson. Angus^Nebel. K ii.^Nickerson. N. S.^O'Brien, William^Olin, Thomas J.
Wulwg Chris. (S) Parry. Thos. C
Carkia,Frank^l'enenger, K. H.^Phillips, Kre^l^Pond. Geo. C.^Kandall, W. W.^Randal, Kdward^Kees, David^Kicholf, Frank A.^Robinson. W. K.^Koberton. K J.^^avage. Patrick (1^Schanion. Frank^^exton. F.dd F.^shea, John^Smith, Kr ink M.^Smith, J F.^Suow, Kzrai'-'^Mone, .1.^stone, F. K.^^te\ens. W. B.^Stevenson, Stiver^strong. A.^Stephens. Leroy^Sutherland. D. W.^Taylor. C. K-^Tappan. J. A.^1'otphosL Charles.^Thuestad. Martin Nelson
Peters,i . Peter^Pet. riuau, P.^Powell. Arthur.^Prince. E. C.^Haymoml. 1 heo.^Kry, John D.^Keanion. C F.^Bi. hard. s. B.^Boners, Harry^Kussell. M. K.^Schell, MM r.^Serven, Wm. S.^Sheehan, David^smith, Monte^Smith. Jain, s A.^Smith. K M.^sn^der. P.-te^St4ine, L. e.^stone. John^Stevenson. Gus. C.^Minson, J. F.^Stephens. F C.^Stanton. Ceo. U.^Sullivan, Maurice^Talford. Janies^Temple. Latayt'le
Trunk.Frank J.^Vans-.ckle. Mr.^Nan nan I, C. 1.^Wallace, Frank^Walton. A. S.^Weeks. Otis^W 'ta^. W. M. I)^W illiams. T M.^Wilson. James
I'tinsett,John O.^Van^istine, Frank^Vine, Johnnie B.^Wallace. Wm.^Ward. Wm.^Wht trow. J.'hony^Wiiigland, Wm.^Wilkinson, F.^W^..rt. C
Wohlgenant.G-^t^uard^LADIJlS* list.^Ahlgren. Anna C. Boyton. Blanche^Berch. Mrs. Eliza^Capel. Mrs Wm.^Carroll. M^ss Dellia^IK^ian. Mrs K
i;iass.Miss Ada^Hood. Mrs.^Johnson. Mrs. B.^Kenney. Mrs. .las.^Maddox. Miss Myrtl^Mitchell. Magifie^MiTton. Mrs Lisie^McFerran. May
Bruch.Mrs.^Cole. Miss Liilie^Deacy. Mrs. Al.^Garr.'Mrs. Helen^Uotten. Mrs.^Johnson, Mrs.Eda'rd^Johnson. Annie C.^Kinney. Mrs. T.^May. Mrs. t^o.^Mills. Mrs. Ida^McCormiefc, Mrs. T.^ti- d. Miss Julia
Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It^is a certain cure for cramps, coil:, cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrhu-a, bloody nux,^cholera infantum, and bowel complaint in^all its forma. No family can afford to be^without it during the summer months as^great suffering and even life may be saved^by It before a physician could be summoned^or medicine procured. Do not delay, but^procure it at once, before it is forgotten.^For sale by H. M. Parehen A Co.
Itshould be generally known that Dr.^Henley^s Dandelion Tonic insure* a^hearty appente and Increased digestion,^dispels nervous depression and low spirits,^overcomes lack ot energy and wakefulness^and will in'use new life and strength into^the weakest invalid. Sold by R. S. Hale A^Co., wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
CommencingJune Sand continuing un^^til Sept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one fare for the round^trip from Helena to Livingston and return,^on the following conditions: Passengers^to purchase a round-trip ticket to Livings^^ton and either a WO or 940 book ticket^through the park. These tickets inclnde^rail and stage transportation from Livings^^ton and four and five days, respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association's^hotels. For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D. Elkjah. General Agent.
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C^The Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of S7^Vfio for the round trip, Helena to^Washington and return. Tickets will be^on sale Oct. 1, 2 and 3, good for going pas^^sages for trains reachine Washington Oct.^H; extreme limit for return Nov. ^4. Stop^overs will be allowed on return trip west^of St. Paul within the limit of ticket.
P.P. Shei.iiv,^^General Manager.
LowRates to Milwaukee, Wis., via^Montana Central Railway.
Forthe (i. A. K. encampment at Milwau^^kee the Montana Central railway will^make a rate of one fare i S5H.^*)i for the^round trip. Tickets on sale August 21 and^28, limited to continuous passage for going^trip, with stop-over privileges on return^trip. Extreme limit sixty days. These^tickets may be interchangeable and used^by opposite route returning. Remember^that the Montana Central is the Scenic^route of the northwest and runs through^solid trains to St. PauL
Onaccount of the races at Anaconda,^August I2th to 17th, inclusive,the Northern^Pacific railroad will sell tickets from all^points between Billings and Missoula, in^^clusive, to Garrison and return at a rate of^one and one-fifth fares for the lonnd trip.^Tickets will.be told August 11th to 17ih,^inclusive. Good returning until Aug. IS.
A.D. Edoak. G. P. 4 T. A. St. Paul^i.en'l AgL, Helena.
HelenaRaces and Territorial Fair.
Onace, ant ot the Helena races and the^exhibition of the Montana Agricultural^Mining and Mechanical association, the^Northern Pacific railroad will sell tickets^from all points in Montana to Helena and^return at rate of one fare for the round^trip. Tickets will be sold on Aug. 24 to SI,^inclusive, good returning until Sept 2^Chas. S. Fkk,
W.D. EixiAR, G. P. * T. A., st. Paul.^Gen. Agt , Helena.
GA. R., Attention.
Forthe G. A. K. encampment at Mil^^waukee, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of one fare (S5HrtO| for the^round trip: tickets to be on sale August 21^and 23, limited to continuous passage for^going trip, with stop-over privileges on re^^turn trip. Extreme limit, sixty days.^Tickets will be good to go via the North^^ern Pacific and return either via the Mani^^toba or L'nion 1'aeific. Remember that the^Northern Pacific is the only road west of^the Missouri river running vestibule trains.
Chas.s. Fkk,^G. P. and T. A . ^l PauL
A.D. Eduak, Gen. AgL, Helena.
The.NortnernPacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, SL^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round trip^(MM9). Tickets will be sold on Aug. 4^and 20. SepL 10 and 24. and OcL H. Ex^^treme limit tnirty days, stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.D. Edoail i .en'. AgL, Helena.
Chas.S. Fki. Gen'l. P. ^ T. A. SLPaui.
KnightTemplar's Conclave at Wash^^ington.
Forthu above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of S7'*^ 63^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Ticketson sale Oct. 1st and 2d only: eoing^passage limited to Oct. ^th: extreme limit.^Nov. 24th. Stop-overs will be allowed.^On return trip west of SL Paul or Omaha.^Cha^. S. Feb, G. P. 4 T. A, St Paul.
A.D. Ei^oak. Gen. AgenL Helena.
HarvestExcursion Rates from M s-^souri River Points to Montana.^The L'nion Pacific railway companv will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^Bluffs, Onaha, SL Joseph, LeaveDworth^and Kansas City to MonUna points on the^following dates at one fare for the round^trip. S48.M): Aug. 6 and 20, Sept. 10 and 24,^and OcL H; extreme limit thirty days from^date of sale; stop-over privileges allowed^returning. A. E Veazik,^Pass. Agent.
Thel'nion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Milwaukee on August 21 and ^ at rate of^one fare iSao.60) for the round trip, limited^to sixty days returning:continuous passage^going, hut stop overs allowed at any point^within the final limit returning.
Theabove tickets are good going or re^^turning v ta Chicago.
Thel uion Pacific will also sell these^tickets good to return via Northern Pacific^or Manitoba and Montana Central Rys , or^via their own line, to snit the purchaser.^A. E. Veazik, Passecger AgenL
Helena Rsces and Territorial Fair.
Forthe above occasion the Montana^Central railway will sell excursion tickets^from all points on their l ne to Helena and^return at one fare for the round trip.^Tickets will be sold Aug 24 to 31 inclusive.^Limited good to return until SepL 2. inclu^^sive.
O'shea.Miss Kate B. Par^it, Mrs. P. T.^P-rnon, Miss Regina sandidge.Miss Muida^schaay. Miss Nellie Shipley. Miss Toaies^Schneider. Mrs. Maggie
.stewarL Mrs. C. M. Sommers. Miss Mary^Thorpe. M:ss Hattie E. (4)^Vance. Mrs Ella Wlllcett. Miss Tennie^Wulian.s. Mrs. Hannah
C. P. Ct RTIs. P. M.
Ayer'sHair Vigor restores color and^vitality to weak and gray hair. Through^its healing and cleansing properties, it^prevents the accumulation ^^^ dandruff and^cures all scalp diseases. The best hatr^dr^ ^sing ever m ule. and by far the most^economical.
TheIron llntr to HU ^..i.lier..
Poyour duty.^ were the words of Lord^Wellington to his soldiers just before the^battle of Waterloo and history tells us how^wU they obryesL The same advice might^ptoperly be Liven to every living man at^this ttsoe. rbsjrc are many men who would^do th- ir whole duty in time of war or great^Bead, but who sadly neglect in times of^peace: they would gladly risk their Uvea^fortl '.r ' ;::iT^. r^ut when there is no^such great i^casion. neglect their plain^simple duty to their God. their families and^themselves. It is not for want of honor^nor because they do not love their families,^but from pure neglect: as an instance,^statistics compiled by the national authori^ties show that more deaths result from^bowel complaints than any other one^cause, except consumption, yet not more^than one family in six are provided with^medicines that will relieve or cure the dis-^eaaea. It is the duty of every roan to look^after these small matters, and protect their^families, and they are certainly, at least^guilty of criminal carelessness if they^neglect to do so. No one can plead poverty^In this instance, as the beat remedy there is^for the purpose only coats but 25 cents.^The Kticie we refer to la Chamberlain's
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, O. C.
TheL'nion Pacific Ksilway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C , an J return, for the^above meeting, at the rat t of S7115 tor t::e^round trip. Tickets wil. be on sale from^October 1 to 4. inclusive, good going until^October ^^: good return ag in ^runk line^territory until October IK final limiL Octo^^ber 21.
A.E Veazik. Passenger AgenL
UnionPacific Harvest Excursion Rates^The Union Pacific Railway company^will sell harvest excursion tickets from^Sioux City. Council Bluffs, Omaha. SL^Joseph, Leavenworth and Kansas City to^to Helena. Butte and Intermediate points^at the rate of one fare ($4R SO) for the round^trip on the following dates: Aug. j and 20.^SepL 10 and 24. and OcL ft: extreme limit^30 days from date of sale; stop-over priv^^ileges allowed returning. All harvest ex^^cursion tickets issued by the l'nion Pacific^Railway company allow the holders to re^^turn to any of their Missouri river termi^^nals, which are Kansas City. Leavenworth.^sl Joseph, Omaha, Council Bluffs and^Sioux City. This arrangement Is made in^order that onr patrons may see the most of^the country, and get the advantages of a^change in route in going and returning.
A.E. Veazik.^Pass. AgenL
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will sell excursion ticket* from SL^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena at vu.^on fare, tor the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. 6'.n and ^0:h. SepC 10th^and 24tb. Oct. 8th. Good thirtv daya^stopover privileges will be allowed within^limit of ticket.
AnacondaRaces.^The Montana Central railway will sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^one and one fifth fare to Butte and return.^Tickets will be sold August II to 17, In^^clusive, good to return August 18.
ButteRaces.^The Montana Central railway will sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^one and one-fifth fare for the round trip,^Helena to Butte and return. Tickets will^be sold August 1* to 24, inclusive, good to^return up to August at.
THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THI B^DAY MORNING. AUGUST UV188
CMppi**Caaea Threw A war CratchMt
aaWfry Di asyssts mod Arafcr^ ^rrrym^i*rt.^mi CHARLES ^ VOGElER CO.. BalUwsr*.Ma.
H.H. Guthrie A Co. Helena.^Jurgens Si Price^Chas. Lehman^Fred. Lehman^May Bros.^M. Reinig^R. C. Wallace^J. R. Watson^P. A. Manix^S. F. Ralston
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TheCelebrated French Cure,
Io cure any^form o( uervou*^^liM*a^e, or am^Si of the^jteueratire or^rads of eltloM^aex whetner ar- -^BEF0PE Us* f AFTER^ex^-.-!.-iM- iiw of stimulauta. lv,|^r,*o or (iptum.^or through youthful in.liwretmii. orer imlulic-^en^ ^-, ,l^ . Mich as l oss of Brain Power, Waaeful-^ues^. !..'^ .u^ down I'aina iu the Bark. Seminal^Weakness M^^f*na. Nervous Prostration Nocturn^^al Emi-K-xiv I-eueorThipa. Dizziness. Weak Mem-^ory. I..,v^ . r Fou-^r and Imr^otpnrrt which If De^^flected ofr.n Iea^l to premature old ace and insan^^ity. Pn. e $ 1 00 a box. c boxes for IS 00 Sent bv^xoaft on r- ^^^^ t.t of price.
AW It ii T X ^i I- A n A NT F T. f or every IS O*^order, to refund the money if a Permanent^cure is not. (T.-cte^l. Thou-in'ls of testimonial!^from old and voting, of both sexes, permanently^cured to Afhropitisk Circular free. AiMreai^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Soldliy K. S. Hale A flav wholesale and retail^drncirtets, sola aeents for Helena Mont.
(IRE.ITKM LIMI RBMfiDV
Atrnaranteed rare for all nervous^disease, such as WE K MEM^^ORY, LOSS OF BRAIN POWER^Hysteria, Ilefclach, PAIN IS^TUK BVi K, NKKVOI'S PRO*-^TRMIOS, WAKEFULNESS,^. LEl'i ORKHCEA -^* -^Before Taking-. UN I V E R S A L^I tlEH l DM,SEMINAL WEAK^^NESS. Ira potency and general^lose of power of the ueneratlve^Organs, In either sex, c-ased by^Indiscretion or over exertion, and^which ultimately leaa to I'Kb-^MATI'RE OLD AGE. INSANI^^TY Saw] CONSUMPTION $| a^box or six boxes for J' Sent by^malt on receipt of price. Frill^pamphlet, aent free to every applicant,
WEi.l iKIMH MIX BOXES
tocare any case. For every $5 order recelnexl, we^send six boxes, with a written guarantee to re^^fund the money If oar Specific does not effect s
Addressall commantcarions to the Sole Mana-^fsctarers, the MURRAY MEDICINE CO..
KansasCity, Mo^For sale In Helena bv h. M. Ptacau * Co.
OilClothing and Horse Covers
SnagProof Rubber Boots.
St.Paul Branch 131 Kast Third SL^James Suydam, AgeDt.
MinneapolisBranch. 201 Nicollet Ave.^John J. Tallmaim.e. Manager.
Forsale by all dealers. Ask for them^and take no others.
W.K. Franklin,^Resident Salesman. Helena
Tbepartnership heretofore existing bet'^William Harrison and James Hall at Helena.^Montana, nnder the firm name of Montana t.ranlts^Company and Hall ^ Harrison, has this day been^dleeoivsri by mutual consent by James Hall retir^^ing. Mr. v m. Harrison will rortiane tbe baai-^neaa of the firm and cel'ect all octs'andlng ac^counts and pa^ all debt* of late nr^.
*'M.HARRISON.^JAM SS HALL.^Dated at Missoula. Meet.. Aug 5, USX^Witnessed Sy John M E.ans.
Thefirm of Uerlarh A Oablsch haa been die-^eaolved. Mr. Cerlarh wUl continue the business,^collect all accounts due the late firm and pay the^debt* of the late firm.
'ilARLES UABISCH^I'UILIP OBR^ACU.^Helena. M. nt . As.- T. ^
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
KAILW A Y
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY^FROMAL L ajTD MINNEAPOLIS
Withor-rt'uiti, ComrsmNo wttb tub FAST^TRAINS or ot uxEs fob the
EAST AKD SOUTHEAST!
The-DIRECT ;and ONLY LINE running^THROUOH CARS between MINNEAPOLIS and
DES MOINES, IOWA
VuALBERT LIA ikd FORT DOIH1S.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andtbe Principal CtUee of the Mlilsalppl Valley.^Kisawlliu in Union Dep. t for all t-.^Bt^^^OLT-U mil SOL-VhWEST
TWUTRAINS DAILY to I' l\vK (^ITY^LBAVKNWI.RTH ia^! A.t.^JAJ LI 1 I.^ATCHIS. N, ma^inx connections with the Union^Pacific sad Atchison, Topeka A Saau Fe Railways
H^Cloae c.nutections made In Union Depot with^all trains of the -t. PaaL Mlnneapotte* *aaT '^Northern Pacific. St Paul a Doiaifc Kali^from and :o ail points NORTH and NORTH W
IlinilltTb* Trains of tbe afTNNEAPULlo^IUMDII. 4 j*t LOUIS RAIL WAT are ooss-^posed of COMFORTABLE DAT C ACHES.^MAONIFICENT PULLaAN SLEEPINO t'Ato,^HORTX'N RECLINING CHAIR CARS, and ou^Jastiy wiashrsteal
EkT-150LBS. OF B AGO AGE CHECKED FRJU.^Fare always as tow ss the lueses! For TtaaS^TaMas, Through Tickets, sac. call upon the^aearpat Ticket Aswan or write 10
Gen'lTat. a Pass A*t Mlaiaswpolai Mlna
VUTaVHXBABTSUBOBOM.^O/FICE^BCBCkS) FUBfi nsaaaa^Loawjf
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bank^op montana
DesignatedDepository of the^United States.
Paid-upCapital^Surplus and Fronts
T.H. KxeinschmidtAsst Cashier
Geo.H. HillSecond Ass't Casblpr
S.T. Haoaer,John C. Curtln.
A.U. Hotter,E. S. Hamilton,
QranvlUe8tDArt, C P. Hlggina,^K. W. Knight, A. J. Darts,^T. H. Klelnschmldt, Henry M. Parehen,^T. C. Power.
General BANKING Bnsinese
tranaactad. aVlnteraat r^^ld oa Urn a deposits
Paidin Capital - - $150,000^Surplus and Profits - 140,000
LH. HERSHFIELD, Pres't.^A. J. DAViDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
aS. HUNT LET.W. D. NICHOLAS
a.j. oavdmob, Moaaa morrib,
bH. hbk8hfield, A hekhhfield^W. a BUDMAUm
Collections Receive Prompt
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposits^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
C.A. Broad waterPresident
L.B. Phelps, Vice-Pres. and Act. Cash'r
S.K. AtkinsonAssistant Cashier
A.6. Clarke, Herman Hans,^H. V. Galen, Peter Larson,^C. W. Cannon, B. C. Wallace.^8. C. Ashbt D. A. Cory.
PaidUp Capital,^Surplus ana Profits
Inter.^i Allowed on Time Depoaita.
E.D. EDGERT0N\ T President^C. K. COLE, : Vice-President^GEOKGICB. CHILD, : Cashier^JOE N. KKNCK, : Assistant Cashier
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFHELENA,^incorporated Under the Lewi of Montana
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAKTKKVice PiYattant
Allows6 per cent, interest on Savings^Deposits, compounded Jan nary and Jnly.
AWoman'sPace Is Her Fortune.
Aftera few daya' oae will Permanently Remove
allBlcLchee. kfotba, Plmplea and Freckle*, pro^^ducing- an Entrancingly Beautiful Cowiplealon^that shames tbe nae of powders and creams^Warranreo perfertlr harm lee- eoM ay all lead-^Ine drn^clsts at $1.00 per box of 100 wafers.
OR SIMMS' 8AFE PERIODICAL WAFERS^are enae and reliable for all female lrret nlarftiee^l iire $t.OO | er box. Sent by mall (secare) on^receipt of price. Warranted to contain no^^Taney^ or ^Pennyroyal.'
THUMlER* CO , S3 Chambers St., New York^h M Parcben a Co., Sole Agente, Helena
BOOKSTO KEEP !
Personsnot wishing to employ a^bookkeeper permanently ran hare their^books promptly attended to by an expe^^rienced accountant by leaving word at^the Montana Employment Office, room 6,^Birkenfeld block, foot of Broadway.
Sealedproposals will be received tor the con-^etrnc'tca of the Turner Hall by the committee^^jnderslirned cntll Aug. il, 18B^. The bids for the^^tonework will t^ lei Aac. ^, 1W Plana ar.d^specifications can be seen at the office of Heln^lets A Mathl-f. art blterts, Novelty Mock. The^right to reject any and all bICs la reserved.
CH.FI.EI^w-HER^J. STEIMMETZ^j. ADAMs.^F. KCPHAL.
f. ^^ HIMPF.
Propcaalsfor Sewer Farm.
Propoaa'sfer a lease of the sewer farm will be^rece.v^i at the office of the undereJamed. roo* 9,^Hotter Block, antil Saturday, Asa 17.18Bt. In-^formaU, n as to tbe terma and cooelti na ^f tbe^lease c^n procure at the office of the city en^^gineer 10 the Pittsburg Mock.
Thecity reserves the right to reject any and all^bide.
Byorder ot the city cooa^-U
A.C. BoTKIN. City Clark.^Dated Helena, Moat.. Auk *. ia^.
Noticela hereby gives that the co-partnership^heret. f(.re ^i etlng at Maryf\llle, Montana terrl^between Michael ) CarbU and John A. Car-
hasin the batcher Soefneas Is this day dissolved^by mutual coasent. Juha a. carols retiring.^The bnalneee will be COMBSasd by Michael J
0 taw BBSS
JOHNA. CARBIS^HU GAUL I. CARBIS^Aoc 1. IBM.
Arm.had to whom
Sealedproposal! will be received at the eases o^the undersigned, rc-.m t. Bolter block. natU Sat^urday, Aug it, ISSt, at It m., for the grading of^^es: Bain street from Bridge street to Forks of^Oroano and o^rixxly Gulch, according to plana and^spavlltafliwai oa ale la the offlce of the dry en^rlneer Each bid must be accompanied by a car^ttfied check for $^. as a guaranty that tbe BBBwsr^will execute a contract In accordance with his pro
Thecity 11 saf 11 a taw right to reject any sad all^bMa By crcer of the City CoaaeU.
A.C. BOTEIN. City Clark.^DaaaA Bsasava, Boat. Aug 10, vm.
T.C. POWER,^L.H.HIRSHFIELD,^WM. MUTH.^W.B.HUNDLEY.^FRANCIS POPE,^A.J.DAVIDSON.^B. H. TATEM,^W.A.CHESSMAN,^C. D. HARD
Opensat Helena Aug.^26, and continues^six days.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Cestori*
Thedirectors solicit exhibits of^all kinds, and from all parts of^the Territory.
Sfoentry fee charged on ar^^ticles or animals exhibited.
Entrieswill be received at the^office of the secretary in Helena^during the week previous to the^fair, and at his office at tbe fair^grounds, and during Monday of^the fair week, but no entries^can be made after Monday,^Aug. 26.
FloralHall will be open on^Saturday, Aug. 24, for the re^^ception of articles for exhibition.^Space should be secured pre^vious to this date from the su^^perintendent.
The1st Bench Show
everheld in the Territory will be^held on the grounds of the as^sociation Aug. 28, 29, 30, and
firomisesto be a very attractive^eature of the fair.
Theassociation have set aside^$500. which will be awarded in^premiums under the auspices of^the Helena Kennel Club. Send^to E. F. Crosby for premium^list.
4Races Each Day
Theraces promiee to be un^^usually attractive, there being^a much arger number of first^class horses engaged than at^any previous meeting. Califor^nia, Viah, Colorado, Wyoming,^and Oregon have sent their^swiftest runners and best trot^^ters who compete for the large^purses offered.
Musicby the Helena Cornet^Band each day of the fair.
Tbegrounds can now be^reached comfortably via the^Monta Central Railway. Round^trip tickets, obtainable only at^the offices of the company, in^^cluding admission to the^grounds. $1.25; Ladies and^children 75 cents.
Forfurther Information or^Premium List address the sec^^retary.
helenamontana.^IRON AND BRASS
iBUM FRO HTIj B HAA VT BILL CAB 1 IBM^a maim
Sert^ .1 m^ bbvw ***r pw^lb. Br^- A t ^. ^^^^.
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT
Ifvna want perfection in fit arM trrrdoaa rma^coma sad all discomfort ^uawi'i alwayii wvar^C.^ Burt A Packard S*oe. It i^ ac snow led
SJSthe *n ^4 rmm/nrUtU*. the ami wt^M* SDU SWSf StSWSS
SBjUefDsa^ ^h^^^ mill, in tha world,^on't spoil your feet by wearing cheap shoes.
TTwBurt^ Packard 8hoa f.-t^ no mora ^^oU:. r I: nr .In--.n^-*r arrinrfi iiswVa
Allrtvlra in ll,n.1 madr. Hand writ, and ^^alas Bovt'and Yot-TH.'. It not aula by your ^^Win aasia and yowr sadrsaa to
a ^ J s r^ I J . ^IM i taul to Fori A
Packardfit r:e!(j, Brockton. Maaa. assa s
FRED GArVER, HeleraMont
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awnlncr^and the latest Improved fixtures tor hanging.
Canvasof all kinds and widths from 3) lacer*^wide to 120 Inches wide always In stock.
Thelatest Improved Camp Woods^BAIN strskt. .... HSLAMA
B.9. SUN * CO.,
Porthe protection and promotion of trad'^Katabllahed. in 18^1^llbOffloes.
CnttbdStatxs, Canada and Kubopb.^Manager of tbe MonUna District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
Officewriter *t.h awenrje and Main Mtree*.
R.S. HALE^ CO.
IWHOLBSALBAND RAT ail
DealersIn Patent Medicines, Fancy Tol.s^Cvoods. Lantern Lam;^s and Lamp Ooods, Olala^Paints. Oils, etc ' Snrglcal Inatraments, Crutches^Braces, etc. Wholesale Bcenta for Co.ro fo^Coagns sad CoMa, A Irk s Pile ointment, Witche^Jlgopodlnra, Rosanko Msdlclnes, Dr. Ktlmera^Remedy, Dandelion Tonic Oregon Kidney Tea^Dutard's Specific.
DR.Hlisbiu a co.. Ptom ths
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights, including ores, promptly trans^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and at the^depot. Orders will recede prompt at^^tention
Room10, Third Floor, Asboy Block,
PO. Box 756, Helena, B. T.
PuNilebolldlngs, churches and dwelling, houses^decorated In the isteet style.
Willfurnlar, designs. Decorated lion. W. A.^Clask's and M J TalN.t'a residences. Butt*.
Scratchwork and Amhoased Oraamsntatloc^atente.1. a apecialtr.
. j. ^ OOBKBU.
Medicaland Surgical Institute,^301 and 303 West Wh St.. Kansas^City, Mo., and 400 Geary St..^San Francisco, Cal.
Forthe Treatment of all
TheAbove lone eet*bliebe^) frod moot *t.cc**etl^pps-acifaiuts will open prtvaie receptltm pnxlon ml^the eootheftet corner uf Main eu-**-t tvud Btom-^wnr. opposite Windsor hotel* Batte.
IWtfadUtlee, apparatna anc equipments for^^ncceeefnJ treatment of every form of disease re^^quiring medical and surgical treatment.
Sixtytwo new ro*^ms for patients; best accom^^modations west of New York.
Writefer llinstrated papers on Defnrmltlea^Club feet, Curvature of the Spine, Piles, Tumors,^Cancer, Catarrh. Bronchitis. Inhalation, Elec^^tricity, Macnesl .m. Paraljels, Kpllepsr, Kidney.^Kladder. Bye. Ear. bkln and Blood, and all^bur^lcai Operations.
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book on die
Theonly re U a Me Medical and Surgical Institute^making a specialty of private diseases.^All Blood Diseases successfully treated. Srph-^' Ultls Pc laon removed from tbe eystem without^mercury. New Hestoratlve treatment for loss of^Vital Power. Persons unable to visit us may be^treated at hums by correspondence. All commu^^nications confidential. Medicines or InstrumsDte^^sat by mall or express securely packed. One^;iersonal interview preferred. Call and consult^' as. or send history of your case and we will send^; In plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^. thousands cannot be cured of Private, ^ *cial^: and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Hper-^matorrbcea, Impotency, SyphUla, Uonorrhcea.^I (ileet, Vaiicorle, etc., etc.
PacificCoast institute established for nearly a^qnarter of a century. Corner of Oeary and^Mason streets, San Kran^ i-co, Cal Dispensary^and Drug .store occupying whole corner of block.
Klrstclass rooms and Board for patients at^ths sanitarium connected with the
Cellor address Kansas City. Mo. or Ban r^ an Cisco^OaUlorala
LENOIRHOUSE^^Baam |Hasit.^St. sad Helena a... Helena. Montana Avery room a
Mainstreet, Helena, Montana. Easiness center of tbe city. First class. AH stress, care pas^(ba above honses. Many restaurants In dose proximity at all prices. Euro^eo Plan, Rooms^ SOr.^sc. fl.U). salU ll.Vi^rdS) sccordlnetolocaUon American Plan tLM to AiM par day. Spda^sBBBfcly rasas. n o dlsrepnuMe people allowed.b. o LKSOIRTProp. both boos
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^lUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
ByMiners Man rows Oontrasto-s ana uisSrsM by ths suslls la |i I ^' as ta^aUrenwaat, Safaat ana ^sat of all blfrh sbplosive*.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO..
GHNBKAL AOHNTS. HHLHNA MONTANA.
Doesnot slack wh^n exposed to the air as most all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite in character, and does not till the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
ttUndStrtctlf to troh/fctura! Wort.
Planaaad specieratlona drawn. Work ripe*^ssd.
^micm-Pittsburg Block. Helena. Montana
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
G-ILTS.15c r^er roll: formerprice, 40c
20c * - M^ 50c
25c k* - MM 75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
11J and 114 Broadway.
Howlo Act 1
pand FanotiotaJ dat^-UrrtMBTh NedirirtM.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Best Accom^modations in the city. Hates Reduced; $2 per ay an!^upwards, according to location of rooms.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
eel-,of On r GJ-x*oai:
AllMust Go. We Must Have Room.
DPOur mid-summer clearance sale has never been equaled in the history of dry goods in He^^lena. Those who have endeavored to imitate us have been lost in the drifts of our giant re^^duction sale. Their opposition is but an infant's struggle. The New York Store is the repre^^sentative Dry Goods House in Helena. A fashionable emporium given to the best interest of^ladies of Helena and adjoining Cities. Our summer sale has been a success beyond our great^^est expectations. A delighted public applauds. We beg to extend a most cordial invitation^to the ladies to not fail to visit us this week as the remains of our summer effects must go.^We must make room for new goods. New goods are arriving, such as nave never been^placed on this market before.
MauveColored China Silks,
VenusRose Colored China Silks.
ShellPink Colored China Silks,^Old Pink Colored China Silks,
MazerinaBlue Colored China Silks,^Evening Blue Colored China Silks.
PersianSilks in Broche Patterns.
MSilts and later Satins in
Abeautiful variety replele in charming colors not mentioned. New goods at NEW^YORK PRICES. Importations made especially for the New York Store. We devote our^attention to the requirement of society in the replenishing of a wardrobe for an evening re^^ception, the church, the stage or an elegant street habit.
BLACKAND COLORED GROS GRAIN SILKS.
oojpCut ^rx ttie J=^x-^oo During tnis
BlackG-ros. Grain Silks and Colored must go. Are they unpopular^ We cannot tell. We^know we have too many. See them ladies they will commend their quality. We do not quote^prices That is a shopman's trick. A store of the magnitude of the New York Store leaves^it to the intelligent to inquire prices and draw their own comparison.
CLOSINGPRICES IN LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR
Ourname stands for reliability and when we offer bargains everybody comes. Cambric^Tnderwear for this week will be one of our special offerings. Not old goods with tickets at^^tached but elegant NEW GOODS AT CLEARANCE SALE PRICES.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORK^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena