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results,bat it will help to make people^familiar with the question and to pre^^pare them for what the progress of^events will force upon the community.
Thjcwork of the Montana constitu^^tional convention is practically com-^pletnl, and final adjournment will not^be delayed longer than Tuesday. While^the constitution may be open to criti-^cUm, it is a document that will compare^favorably with those framed by the^Dakota or Washington conventions. Its^faults lie mostly in the direction of par-^ticularization, some of which might^have been dispensed with. The Lnde-^i h.ndkm has criticised the convention's^plan of apportionment for the state sen-^Mft, but as this is not a part of the con^^stitution it furnishes no basis for oppo^^sition to the fundamental law as sub^mitted. The legislature may cure the^' uit at its first session, as no submission^to vote of the people is required upon^apportionment^ for legislative purposes.^It is to the credit of the delegates that^politics have been studiously kept in the^background, and that the debates^throughout ha.e been temperate and^free from acrimony or personality.
'im.y forty-four voters were registered^under the new law yesterday. This is a^surprisingly small number. The citizen^who delays in performing this duty^makes a mistake. Register to-day.^Don't take any chance of losing your^vote.
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L.ieutfDPi.tR.ivernor.^X)Cret^ry M -Ute.^Aitornej K'H^ral.^sine Unr..-..f r.^^tate autiittT.
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Chiefjustice of the supreme court^Twm aapot iate justict-n of tee aupreaie^court.
Urn-^:ate aenator in each county.
MeuilH-isol ttli IioiiKr ^it repre^entatlv.-8^of Uie mate l*vi*lal.:rt. at' -oruiug to the^app^^rtii^uiLU'nl i^y lli^- ^ uii'ttitutional cou-^veuliou.
Clerk^if ti e -uprenie court.
Adialriet juiii:^- in each judicial district^uf tue projsj.si a .^iatr-.
Aclerk til t ai ti of Mich district courts.
Threetuuiity cnuiu.ltsiunera in racu^county.
Clerkof the board of county commission^ers and ex officio recorder m each county^Mi. ntf.
Countytrnasurer.^County assessor.^I'ubiK- aumiuisirator.
County .- :j . '^:. !^ at of common^achools.^Couoty survey or.
Twojust;ceM i the peace for each town^^ship.
Twoconstable for each township.
Thesurest way for democrats to wiu^the approaching election is to nominate^the best men for membeis of the legisla^ture ami state and county officers. If^that policy is followed throughout Mon^^tana the result Mill be a
wasii Till Wit ki.i^ i-aktskk:^Commenting u[miu the fact that all^government patro'iage in the way of^mail contracts has been taken from^the Heading Kiil .t ^^ company and givvn^to coui^eliug litit s. a cynical newspaper^in the ta.-t s'a'.,- that some year- ago,^when John VSauamaker was a Heading^director, he had an ambition to be elect^^ed to the board of management, but his^fellow directors ill! not s. e tit to elect^him. The question is asited if there can^be any connection between this and the^ottk-ial action adverse to the Reading^compauy. Mr. Waiiatuaker is human,^and may hue been influenced in his ac^^tion as a member of the United States^government bv pique; but there is anoth^^er fact which may go far in acquitting^him of suspicion of such petty spite. J.^Lowry Bell, -uperinteu ieut of the rail^^way mail -ervice, was formerly connect^^ed with the Heading road, and enjoyed a^sinecure that brought him a snug #1.^^,-^^ ^^i a year. In some of the reeent re^^trenchments Mr. Bell's soft berth was^upset and he found himself obliged to^look elsewhere for employment. He^eventually obtained his present situation,^as supeiintendeut of the railway mail^service, and having the power it is not^improbable that he availed himself of It^to puuish those who had turned him out^to rustle. There is enough probability^in the theory to warrant Wanamaker's^friends in attributing the punishment^of the Reading to that convenient person,^the truly gaod postmaster general's^tp^ua^^d partner.
LOOKOl T ^ t^K FCN.
Weare awaiting with profound inter^^est the beginning of that aggressive tar^^iff campaign by our republican friends^They are going to demonstrate that the^republican tariff policy as set forth in^the senate bill of last winter is a great^boon to the people of Montana. Oh yes,^they are going to be aggressive^very.
Haven'tyou noticed that the repub^^lican editors are tumbling over one an^other in their desire to get to the front^and place themselves on record in snp^port of that billy Well, perhaps you^haven't, but they are going to be aggrc^sive anyhow, even if they have to be^dragged back into the ring at the end of^a lariat after each round.
Theyare in favor of lowering the cop^per duty, as their bill provides, and they^are going to Anaconda on purpose to say^so. Of course they are. They never
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THEDAILY IXDEPEXDEXl: HELEXA. FRIDAY MOKXIXG. AUGUST 16, I88
add*a like testimony, saying: He posi^^tively behevea he would have died, had it^not been for Electric Bitters.
Thisgreat remedy will ward off, as well^as cure all malarial diseases, and for a'l^Ividney, Lirer, and Stomach Disorders^stands uneuualed. Price 60c. and 81, at r^S. Hale A Co.'*.
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Thisexpression has perhaps a chestcutty^flavor, and yet it gives such a pungent sug^^gestion in the way of good advice that we^venture to use it as a text. A clam is slug^^gish, keeps himself sent up to all impres^^sions from the world around, buries him^^self must of the time in mud or sand, and^in general is a stay-at-home 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
Couwere born, and see the world. Don't^e a clam by being indifferent what line of^railroad you travel on, but select the one^that is best in accommodations, fastest in^time, surest in connections^^The Burling^^ton.^ It noes everywhere^reaches by Its^own line all important western cities, and^has excellent connections for sil points.^For tickets, rates, or any information, call^on your local ticket agent or address W. J.^C. K'-nyon, general passenger agent, C. U.^^v s !. I. . St. Paul. Minn.
Therepublican national convention last^yisrsaid: ^We declare our hostility to^t!.e introduction of foreign contract labor^and of Chinese labor alien to our civiliza^^tion a: '1 our constitution: and we demand^t:.. nuid enforcement of the existing laws^against it,^ How has this pledge been ful^^hiled ' Disregarded, like all the rest of the^promises in that platform, to such a degree^thatetery republican newspaper n Cali^^fornia denounces BeDjauiin Harrison for^tailing to administer the laws. What an-^- v r are the Montana republicans going to^^ . t..ttjis charge of maladministration'.'
PtTBUOI'ki.ntkk I'iluek is doing what^he can to make it appear that there was^lack of system in the management of the^bureau by his predecessor. Mr. Benedict.^Mr. I'almer was postmaster of Cbicagodur-^mn ttie presidential campaign of 1H84, and^in his official capacity detailed the letter^carriers to make a house-to-house cauvass^ity under the direction of the re^^publican committee. It has not been nor^cm It be truthfully asserted that Mr.^lienediet made a political implement of the^public printing office.
TheB ston plumbers have taken the^initiative for combining with the allied^trades under the name of the Amalgamated^Last ^ ation of Plumbers, Gas Fitters,^steam Fitters and Steam Fitters' Helpers^America. Delegates of the several^trades will meet in Washington in October^t i sj :uplete details. If the title of the pro-^posed association is to be charged up to^custo niers along with the solder and candle,^there - no salvation for the householder.
TheInter Mountain continues to de^^nounce the Mills bill, which wssn't en-^acted, as an attempt ^to bring our lead^miners into competition with the peon^starvelings of Mexico,^ but has nothing to^sty about the ruling of s republican secre^^tary of the treasury which had the very^eifect which the brilliant west side journsl-^Ut imagines might have followed the enact-^ui-nt of the Mills bill.
Thecity authorities of San Diego, Cal.,^are endeavoring to suppress the Salvation^Army. The Helena city government is^..sci. mutating, and is trying to sup-^press the alleged music of the Salvation^Army. Minus bass drum, horn and tarn^bounties, the Salvation Army might not be^the Salvation Army, but it would be a far^more endurable aggregation than it is at^present.
MENOF THE DAV.
CastriesA. Dana was 70 years oid last^Wednesday.
Littl-Marshall P. Wilder, who is now^doing the watering places, says that the^reason be is SS small is that he was brought^up on condensed milk.
CiisunccyM. Depew is credited with an^irrei ressible desire to be president. His^combined salaries in all the positions of^trust now occupied by him sre said to ag^^gregate $125,000 a year, but be is willing to^con.e down to 850,000 and try to scrape^along on that for four years.
C.rporal Tanner, the chief of the pen^^sion bureau, is described as a ^dumpy, bul^^let-headed man, with wild hair and strag^^gling mustache.^ He usually has a half-^smoked cigar in bis mouth. He lost both^l.^gs in the war, but walks temarkably^weil on his cork substitutes therefor.
Itis true that Prof. Wm. T. Harris, the^new commissioner of education, was one^of the founders of the Concord School of^Philosophy; but he owes his appointment^to the record that he made in Missouri, and^not to the transcendental antics of his^later career in New England.
Alife nearly one hundred and twenty-^one years long gives Xazy Ferencz, Bares,^Hungary, a very fair claim to being the^oldest man in the world. He attended the^funeral of Queen Maria Theresa, 100 years^ago, and has quite vivid recollections of^the occasion. For twenty years he fought^in the Austrian army,and at different times^saw Napoleon, Blucher and other great^generals of the day.
( -n. Lew Wallace is said to be a little^more than half through with his new book,^w iich is to be a Turkish story^as bereto-^: ire reported^the scenes to be laid on and^a-ound the Bosphorus. A gentleman to^whom he has read several hundred pages,^and who Is s competent critic, says that It^will very much surpass ^Ben Hur^ as a^literary production and that If the interest^Is sustained to the end it will be more^popular even than that famous work.
Thelate President Oartield's son James^is soon to marry Miss Helen Newell of Chi^^cago, daughter of President John Newell,^of the Lake Shore road. It is said that^young OarueUTs ambitions are political.^He is a fine scholar, a fair orator and is^making a reputation as s lawyer. He has^never given up his residence in the Nine^^teenth congressional district of Ohio, so^1 ^ng represented by his fsther. Ezra B.^Taylor, the present representative, is well^on in years, and when he retires it is ex^^tremely probable that Oarneld will suc^^ceed him.
Ayer'sSarsapanlla, by puifying and^enriching the blood, improves the appetite,^aids the assimilative process, strengthens^the nerves and invigorates the system. It^is. therefore, the best and most thoroughly^reliable alterative that can be found for old^and young.
Thecity council is on the right track^in directiug the city engineer to snake a^survey to demonstrate the practicability^of bringing pure and abundant water^hither from certain sources which have^been cursorily examined. The time is^not far distant when Helena must own^and control the water system of the city,^and the way has been paved for this by^that proviM. n of the -late constitution^to be voted upon Uct- 1, which excepts^debts contracted by municipalities^for water works from being com^^puted in the indebtedness which^may be contracted. The discussion^of the subject at the meeting of the^council last evening may bear no direct J
Pimples,boils and other humors are^liable to appear when the blood gets^heated. To cure them, take Hood's ^arsa-^parilla.
Thisis the season of the year when the^raw. cold winds create sad havoc with the^hands and complexion. Soft white hands^and a clear ' peachy ^ complexion can be^assuredly preserved by the frequent appii^cation of Dutard's Specific. U rubbed into^Sj ^k'n wtL' S lem^e^ no ^n-'-asy surface^Co., wholesale and retail agents. Helena.
asouk-! l^gal Oplslos.^E. Bainbtidge Moody, Esq., county at-^toorney. Clay county, Texas, pays: ^Have^used Electric Bitters with most happy re^^sults. My brother, also, was very low with^malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured^by timely use of this med'etnn. Am sat.,^bed Electric Bitters saved his life.^^Mr. D. U WiAooxpon. of Hawse Can, H
Ualemud Uenrty in old Ags.
Whatis 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 hale old age,^and efficient means cf counteracting the in^^firmities that too often attend life's decline,^can be found than Hostetter's Stomach^Bitters. Dyspeptic 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^^fluences. di\e it a thorough trial.
SodaSprings, Idaho.^The splendid, new Idanha hotel erected^last year at Soda Springs, Idaho, is now^open for the season under the direct man^^agement of the Union Pacific railway.^This hotel is first-class in every respect,^with all the modern conveniences, ami will^accommodate comtortably several hundred
Themedical springs which abound about^Soda Springs are noted for their curative
Propertiesand many remarkable cures^ave been recorded. Splendid hunting and^excellent fishing is to be found a few miles^from Soda Springs. Good livery and guides^always to be had.^For further information address,
OenT.Pass. Agt.^Omaha, Neb.
ASara Curs) far IMIaa.
Dr.Kirk's uerman Pile Ointment has^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointments have failed. It
absorbsthe tumors, allays the itching at^once, acta as a poultice, gives Instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's (ferman Pile Ointment is^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents^and 81 per box. Sold by R. S. Hale A Co.,^Helena.
Oregonis one of the most productive^states in the Union. Its vsst mineral^regions contain gold, silver, copper, iron^and coal. Its immense tracts of grazing^lands support thousands ot cattle and^sheep, and its extensive agricultural re^^gions produce all the cereals in abundance,^the yield per acre being, in some instances,^the largest in the world. Among the use^^ful sitd valuable products of the Web Foot^state may be mentioned Oregon Kidney^Tea, which has proved a boon to thousands^afflicted with pain in the back and kidney^difficulties. It is purely of vegetable com^^position and ntver fails. Sold by K. S.^Hale A Co , wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
KlectrlcHitters.^This remedy is becoming so well known^and so popular as to need no special men^^tion. All who bsve 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 atTections 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 81 per^bottle at K. S. Hale A Co.'s drug store.
Theimmediate symptoms of Dyspepsia,^or Indigestion, 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 dlges^tion and removes ail unhealthy symptoms.^Sold by K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and^retail agents, Helena,
SPECIALNOTICES,^^vrup Cf f |i Oiaatnpaplh* a^*tatn.^^^rup of Fig* Is Fiaaaanl and EfTeatiya^Us* Syrup of Flga fee Oonptlnatlcn.
NaTtost, Aug. 15.^Bar allvai.
LeadSteady: dome*tic, 387H-
Thestock market was dull to-day and Ute total^transactions were the smallest for any full day^for a long time. The fluctuations were on the^same limited scale pa the business pad teas than^half a dozen of the aaoally active stocks were^traded la. The clops was dull and steady at phont^opening Senna. Final chpngaa, except in the^ease at Atchison, which is down IV. percent., are^for small fractions nnlj, and about equally di^vlded between galas and loaaes. Government^bonds duU pad pteady.
Petroleum opened firm at W%, pad c. ^^ptspdy pts*
Moneyon call easy at 2H^^ P^r cent Prime^mercantile paper, 4^*^SS Sterling exchange^dull and pteady; sixty-dpy bllla, S-t.M*: demand,
UoTernment bonds, 4s, 128;10S\.
NorthernPactac. ; preferred, R^S: Oretnn^Improvement, SIS; Oregon NavtgaUon, yr^Transcontinental, m; Union 1'aclflc. Cx.
Onrawo,Aug. IS^Certle^ Keosrpts. 18 000;^tilijslsi. bests*. Ss.5004 ^5: pteere, P 3^i4 :*^:^storkare and feeder*. JSOOtsitO: Texas cattle,^f 1 : ^m, d,Utm. $1 00; half-breeds, $W OS^.') It
bogs-KeccSjU, IT.lOU; n ark^! s ew lie lower,^mixed. } ! S5tuVt SO; heavy, si 75^4.'6; light, $4_-J0
sleep^Receipt*, 8,(100: steady; natives. %S Ml^^84.75: western, 8* 40O4.0U: Texan*. $t TTp^l 10.^CxtU'AUO PBUUUOst.
CaiCiao.Au. 15 ^1:15 p. m.^Clowe^ Wheat-^Lower; cash, TTvi; September, 76S; December,^TSV
irn- Easy . cash, 55 7-16; September, 35s I De^^cerns**, S4\.
t*t^^,-tMdy; c**h,-.a^S: September, 3^H ; De^^cember, SI.
PorkLower: each and September, 89-7S;^October.^^ S
Lard-E**y; each and SepUmSer. %t^M; Os
Iftou tiavo made up your mii:J to bet^Hood's SsmapariUa do not be Indue, d t^^ t ..^any other. A Boston lady, whose eaatup'.e Is^worthy imitation, ti '.'.s her expcrieiiee Is I v.
la one store sin re I went to buy It.s (i's^Sarsaparilla the c:. ik tried to induce me buy^their own fnstead of Hood's; hetoMrwt!^would last longer; that 1 might taXe it on ten
-ayVtrial; that if I did not like It I need i^ -t^^ay anything, etc. But he could n^t pret ...1^n me to chance. I told him I had takes^lood's Sarsaparilla, knew what it was, wr-^atiafit-d with it, and did not want any efts r.^Vhen I t^.-.-an t.'.kiug Ibsal'a S.i--..p..: ....^^^t* f^^^:':.g real nu-eraVe w.:h d: sj.. ^. ,.
audso weak that at tiroes I could hardly
stand.i looked like a person in c^n*ii^ ;^^tion. Hood's Sarsaparilla did n.e so r )^E^*^d that i wonder at mj s. U son; -tli e^^and my friends frequently speak of II ^ Maw)^Ella A. ii,.^r, tl T. rr^. e ^::^ ^;. 1. -
Soldby an droaxlsta. ft. six for SS. Prepared at. Ii^ky C. I. HOOD A ext.. Apothseartea. LwwwU. Xaas
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8pW proposals will be^u^* city clerk, room S, Hoaasr aaarm, on til^Jay^Aaj. ^1 188S, tt it o'clock at., for on*
tr.k. _^^ of* ply ccStom boa* for
nartmaat Ta* city at Ik* right SB rsjeet
Sayans all baSa.^*T era** of ta* city coaacU.
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Combinesthe juice c f the Blu^California, so laxative and nutritious,^with the rxedicinal virtues of plants^known to be most benericisi to the^hur.itn svstem, forming the ONLY PER^FECT REMEDY to act gently yet^promptly on the
KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS
Clearscv,^ System Effectually,
so t hat
Natcrallyfollow. Every one it using- it^ar.d all are delighted with it. Ask vour^dtuggist for SYKVP OF FIGS. Manu^^factured only by the
CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO,
%mmmit, Kv.H Vaa^M v
3North Main Str . Helena, M. T.
Doyoo want a BARGAIN In anything yon wear^or n*e In the line of
BARUAINSthrosjrhont the Entire Ketabllab-^ment A visit will repay yon
Agentfor Batteries * Patterns pad Hall'* Bazar
AnInfallible Core for
Thisla not a patent medicine that effect* a enre^by undermining the system, bnt a r-medy com^^posed of powerful Intr-dlente that while In nc^wise lnjtirl^ n*, work* directly upon u^* biood^aad drive* the rtlntiam out through natural chan-
ofChronic Cae^* of Rheumatism have been et^fected by i^dnrlng' the past tear in Montana.
J.f. MURRAY A t'O.,^Manufsctnr.ra, Anaconda, M. T.^POPK A O CoJuNoK, Agent*.
FormerlyM. RKINIG'S.^First-Class Quality
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the city oa short notice^No. 1(6 Bridge street, one door above^II. Reinig's.
DR.M. G-. PARSONS,
Cor.Sixth and Main Strs.,^Over J. T. Murphy's Store.
PracticeLimited to Surgical acd Medical Disease*^of the Bye, Kar. Sote and Throat.
Iam now offering my entire stock of hooaehold^goods for sale at reasonable rate* If you need a
Piano.Bookcase. Sewing Machine. Bedroom^Suit, Stove, Carpet. T*bl*. Chair*. Etc.,
Comeand *se what we have. The entire stork^must be disposed of by the latter part of the^tuonta.
B.E. SMITH^Corner Klghth Aver, ae and Hoback Street.
Graduateof Ontario Veterinary Colleee, Toronto.^Canada Treat* all disease* of Boreee, ^ attle^and Other Domeetlr Animal*. Dental and Knrjrl-^cal operation* carefully perfor ed.. Call* by^mail or telephone piomptly attended to. Office^st J A Zenker's Livery Stphl^^ corner Wall and^Clore streets. Uelena. Mont. Telephone 34.
Iprc-Tibe ana rally ^^^^dorse B!^ O as tk* oaly^apeeiSc for the certain cant
Wlhave sold Big C tor^manv year*, and It na*^clven the best *f sail*
D.R. DYCBF A CO..
Chicago.Ill^Sl.On. Sold by Druggist*
R.8. Hal* aV Co.. H. M. Pirch*r * Or who!-^s * aeewtp
Officeand Warerooms 19 Park^Ave. Telephone No 245.
Openday and night. Flneet *tock of f**'1*^Montana. Bodies preserved any length of time.^Montana. dou~^ wj- fi f^Ky-ijK^f Manafrer.
CornerBroadway and Warren strtset.^Opposite U. 8. Assay Offlee.
':HOB. O'BRIEN A SON, Pro pa
Newlyntted and Newly rs^rnJsastl tttrtlgMIPl^Ladles and Went* Bato*. Barb*^BUlara Ball, wttt all Modern in.
Wittspecial accomodation* for Commercial
bc8RUNS TO A^D FKOM ALL TBAIMS
PaulS. A. Bickel
I X. Main St.
C.B. MILLER, M- D-^(Formerly Aast Surg. 0.8. A.)^SURGERY A SPECIALTY.
Residence,41^ KleTenth Atsj.^Telephone No. tH.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Ckstoria.
i)EMJ^^RATIC aTATE CO.SVEXTIOH.
ADemocr*'^ Stat* Coanatton wUl be bald at^snacondaon Monday, August -jn, at noon. lst*.^for the porpo** of nominating a candidate for^it*pre**ntarJv* la Congre**, candidate* for (sov.^Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State,^', State Andltor, Attorney Oaaeral,^it of Public Instruction, tare* Jus^^tices of the Supreme Coon, and such other officer*^a* may ka provided f ^r by law, the appointment^of a Stat* Central Committee anl each .other^basins** %s in their judgment is tor the best in^^terest of Montana.
Theseveral countle* will be entitled to the fol^^lowing representation:
Beaverhead7 Lewi* and Clark*.... ^T
ihoteau7 Madison 7
Canter^ Meagher 7
ergos^s Vsllowston* 4
TheDemocratic Committee* of the several
countieswill call convention* in their severs:
rountWfor the parpo** of electing delegate* and
alternate*to the phore convention.^By order of the Territorial Democratic Central
Committee.A. J. Dat-tueoa, Chairman.
Wm.Wiluci, Jr., Secretary.
Comment-iDgJuly 21st. extended its^service over tbe Montana Central to^Helena, tbos completiDw a through ex^^press service from Xew York, Boston and^all the principal cities in the Eastern^States, as well as the prominent cities of^St. Louis. Chicasro, Omaha, Kansas City,^St. Paul and Minneapolis, unequalled fa^^cilities, fast special express trains be^^tween New Tork and Chicago, and the^fast mail train between Chicago and St.^Paul, will enable this company to de^^liver eastern express matter in advance^nf all other lines. American Kxpre-s Co.^Money Orders for sale at all offices) of^the company and payable at upwards of^ten thousand places in the l iuted States,^Canada, and Kurope.
Yourpatronage is ratpeclfuliy solicit^^ed. Offce, with Montana Central railway^company.
Andeverything in the Concrete line by^the Hot or Cold Process.
Residence.315 Montana avenne.
P.O Box 384, HKLKNA, MONT.
Moneyto Loan 1
InSums to Suit on From Six^Months to Five Yeans Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Rpal Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ASon, Gen. Agt'e
Boardof Trade Room, Pittsburg Block, Heieno.^CHAS. S. ^.: tim,k. Ageat at H-.tte City.
ISNorth Warren Str., Helena.
LeMnnyoii^ Parent have dissolved^partnership. Mr. Parent has reflated the^place by enlarging it, aud is now ready^to accommodate all that calls in first-^class Htyle.
D.C. PARENT, Prop'r.
T,ilsInetltntlon. onrfer care of the Sister* of^Chsrlty. offer every advantage to make it one uf^the beet and moet thorough houeep of education^in the West,
Itis b auttfolly situated In the healthy end^pleaasnt city of Helenv The halldlng 1* large^aad well f jrnislied with ever.-thing that can con^^tribute to the advancement,' health and comfort^of the pupil*.
Forfurther lnforaiatlon apply to the Sister* of^Charity
To*S^h-^ol will oper. the first Monday of Sep^emier, 18SU.
AMjh LToWlt^ who 1, propftMng boja for college,^^c^iit.i.c whooli and for ,^,i^Id^^ First c 1mm^^Juration; thor-'atrn conree of *tudv. *.d^1r*sM^C. U Hi WAtUJ, Mjp't, Cgden City, Utah.
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emberot San Francisco Medical Society, slat^Nevada State Medical .society.
OSceParchen'* ;nt store, corner abovs Malt^ard Broadwav. In trance on Broadway and jack^^oa. Helena. Montana, '.'oaenitatioas In Germ SJ
efrUKCZ 8 New g^.^iuuTHAII BxXTwitl^e'.*ctnr Suspsasary, cnar^^r.'^^1 the most powerfu.
iaswa**aad parSacaGSsir^,,rt^r; in D^a world. Ctir^^.:'-*oiir medicine, Nervos^rvbility, yi L ^ Pabsiatcs ParL Kidwar Dsssasa^I t-'^^[-isKh*nrip.tism. Weakness of S*iua
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1DnCITlUC ForLOSTorraJXIKO MANHOOD:^et rUOl i Ha. o-Tirrs. ^r ;,ERV0CS BEBILITT
Mftwih'.a I ^^. I l^t^I^aaai'lsa H't^^b.. MIS f^^^ 47 St^TsseaswrUs '
. nd Kind: EftVc:-^asrs ta 01u or Yo-.ng.^4. W.p t. S.Unr-^,SS*r^^T- -iwior^l.VT^IVs^ts la a tiST.
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OhemicalLaboratorv.^J. T. GOVTS,
C.A. PERRIJi, M. D.,
3.K. Cor. Broadway and Pine,
At26c a Gallon,
ForSale by the Following^Dealers:
H.H. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
Room4, over Fred Gamer's^HKLKNA, MONTANA.
Attorneyand Counselor at Lai
MASONICTSMP1.M HSLKNA, M. T.
!^^.-.M S.aod'-tASHBT BLOCK. HKLKNA. M.T.
$3.50ubuys a ledge of hematite Iron,^fluxing, lime stone and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad.
$8,500buys 44^ acres of fenced land, and^all appurteuances for sheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best range in Montana, twenty-^five by sixteen miles in extent. Also.if^wanted, 3,500 head of sheep at $'2.50^will go with the range. Wood, water,^grass and shelter plentiful.
$1,100buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest in 330 acres of coal land by a^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 VIMS,, BROKERS,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M. T.
'09Warrwn St. t#iaohon* ^iO.
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AllM- .it- of our Special Diamond R cure are packed in Montana and have our^brain! plainly burned into the skin.
\Vehave received a car of the
Celebrated Silurian -- Waukesha-
InHalf Barrels. Ten Gallon Galvanized Iron Cans, Half Gallor
Bottles,Quart Bottles Carboneted, Pint Bottles Carbonated.
Wewill sell at same prices as the Spring Company quote, ac^^tual freight added.
BACH,CORY ^ CO., Wholesale Grocers
A.J. Davidson ^ Co..
(mconrozATxs.)jobbers AND UEALKRS in
GeneralAgents for the Bain Wagons, Whitley Steel Mowers^and Binders. Champion Mowers. Bonanza, Tiger and Hoilings-^worth Hay Rakes, Oliver's Paient Chilled and Moline Sreel and^Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows, Concord Harness, Buggies,^Carriages, Road Wagons,Buckboaids, Carts, Horse Clothing^Halters, Robes, Harness of all 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.
203North Main Street, HELENA, MONT.
FirstAnnual Bench Show
ofXDOGHB,^AT HELENA, Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Andcontinuing for three days, und^r the rules ot the American
S600 I3ST PEIZES.
Entriesclose Saturday, August 24, 1889. Open to all classes^and iii.--^ Copy of by-laws ard premium list 6ent or applica^tion to EDWARD V. CROSBY, Secretary, Helena, Montana.^All lovers of dogs invited to join the club.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIfv
33aad 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.
Wholesaleand i.et*li Dm*
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildin^
iron.Bteel, Home and Mule Sbjes. florae Naixs^Bteei Natl* Mill Supplies, BlackBmlth's Qco^t^Hoee. Betting. Tinner'* Stock, Force and Lilt Pumpi
QuaPipe and Fitting!, Carpenter.) ^ooi.
*l^aganl. ^s, t*^ o* ,.-. *!**
SUPERIOR^and Famous ^ACORN^Cooking and Heating Stove*.
Ana W. O. Planar* Cincinnati Hot*] and family
CenteanlaiBsfrlgeratora, Ioe Cbests. Water Cooier*^Ice Cream Freezer*, Wood and Willow ware. Giass^and aueensware, Engllst and American Cui'ery^Prenoh and American Mirror*, Plumber* Qoodi ai d^Supplle*. Hou*e Furnlsulng Good*, Etc. i
WtllRETAIL STOCK 9F Ct^DS If Tl]
Or*v-*frxm t*. 0^H^*r* MM .*^ MM Kr.e^M MM M
CLARKE CONRAD ^ CURTTN.
A.IHI. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware.
andall High Explosives.^1 ^3 NOf^TH MAjlN^STREET,
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE.^Stationery, Legal Blarjks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment ot Notions,
LSTArI ISHED ;377
JAS, McMTaLIiAK ^fc CO..
EIDES,SI^S^ FEUT^rUMS. WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPEET54 BZ FURS A SPECIALTY.
IOI,103 A. IO.^ S^cr^n4St North MINNEAPOLIS.
Shifjixi-nla SolicitedvV-, I e^ fc r t irculj
Cmr^ t* V . H. OoopbM.)
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersty Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Corre^^pondence solicited Yard and F3Ctor\- rear N. P Depot
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
HaTtnsjjlgj tha two apper floor* of th* DavMaon block and conn^ctert ifl mbc wvh mi alrsta^ppl^rnrnrn. wp bow ocenpj fotir ^nUr* floor* *iappi1lng tfcrotgh th* wbola Bloc* fro*^Jpckpoa to Mais ttnrt, stc-k*^i iLrorrh^it ^itn (rwxl* of *tctt erad* an^! at price* tr at amZj cobbM^ttttot. Enrj porch*** mao* fcTRiCTLY FOR c'AsB DlfiiCTLY FKOM FIRST HAS* an'^^hipped tmCAR lA'ADB OSl.V. An PTarnln.tio*) of good* pad comparlpoa of prtos* aoUdtPd.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCH.1DISE
ThePioneer ot ttie C3reat West
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldpst. Most BelUble Vemdlng Flrei-clam Hotol In th^ TmMM
Bonon Both Americaai and tfTirnprpn Plpvos.^for Conunerelavl Men.
Mr t. H. MOBSK, Tl ii|iiIbw^bb1
U.S.Public Sampling Co,
CityOflSce R*^mov^-d to Second NaTioNAL Bane.
Samplesand Assays Mad*' of all Ores. Consitrnmenta Solicited.^Samples of each lot Snbmitlwl to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
7bitkfor TKBMS. Telephonf- No. ^1. Sampling Works at Northeix^Pacific an* Montana ^ei'r l* Inn-t'oi Tnk^- Motor U**a Wa*rt
manufacturerand dealer in
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles*
Iiarht and Heavr Harness,
BitA.Spars, Qalrto, Whips, Lashes, Blankets, Sheet*, LtaaUrs, Slickers, Nose Bacrs,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boots and all other goods usually kept ^n a flrst-class har^^ness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
Opposite Grand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
TEICHERT6l WICK, Prop'rs-
aT I A cz t^ I r\r^\Z KNTBANCB ON JACKSON STRKKT;^t\ 1 L,iAvJ DJLvJv^IX, Aujo, FROM MAIN strkkt.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in ihe City.
MILWAUKEE__BEER_ONTAP.^OSwliforriiQ. T77^ir3Le 23ZOTaiae.
Dealerin Pure California Grape Wines and Brandies for Me^^dicinal and Family Pnrposes, Old Kentucky Whiskies, Penn^^sylvania and Maryland Ry^s-
Importerof the Best Brands of Rhine Wines, Clarets, Fine^French Cognacs, Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Holland Gins and^Jamaica Rums, in wood and glass. Prompt attention given to^outside orders.
No46 South Main Street.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONEDOOH NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTBL
COLONIZERSMUST BE CAREFUL
Turkey'sPosse^^ion^ in Egypt Mus^Not be Disturbed by Dr.^Peters' Party.
HaBLis,Aug. 15 -T.K.e Nortii ii^rmsn^Gazette, Bisuisxrk'* orgm, rt-ft-rriCk; U^ the^lmpt-DdlnK nut-tlDK of the lierman Colo^^nial compauy. ^s^^ anjiry protestt ^^fain^t^the action of the British officials Is politic^ally undesirable. England, the ^isiett^^says, will eventually set matters rteht. lj^iteruianv hsxl bwrn consolittated *h- mtam^have pointed out the weighty objection!^against the tierman Eminrelief exp--aluon^(ierraany would regret the vxy -oitio'^adopting political aim* or encrops't. ;og 01^British sphere* cr n.teresta. Epk'lar.rl i^friendship w^s of more valu- to ^^^ rniari!^than all the expedition could ub'*'r' on.5,j^upper Nile. If l*r. IVters intends t.^reit^i!^or jorntiy with Emin rasha to seize tni^provinces secured to Turkey and ktypl t^]^treaties, the enterprise will fall umler tin^op.'ration of the laws of the countriei^whoae interests are prejudiced.
Bkki.iv.Aug. 15 ^Emperor Williaii^and the emperor of Austria left l$erlin thu^morning for Spsndan, where a ^hnm hit^took place. One side used the new smoke^leas powder, the other the old *iyle i^powder, and the contrast was striking-^After the battle Emperor William calle^the officers together and criticised the opei^atlons. The emperors luui-heil ia a lent 01^the field and then returned to Berlin.
Hw,jMnrm In t'tilorado.
I*ikblo. Col. Aug. 15.^A heavy storn^passed over Pueblo last night. It t.^rme.^near Canon City, but a high wind w^^^panied It and only a few drop* of rain fe.^here. East of the city the Motm seemed t^be very heavy. The people here are rspi l^ly clearing up from the recent tl *^i^loss will reach between $75,000 and^000.
TheKio Urande road is again rn^trains west on time. The West run (^is said to be damaged to the auiount i^000 and parties ju*t down fn^m there^will be a month before It is in n^order again, in a distance of peven^seven bridges were carried away and pa-^senger trains caught In the tt ^od^there.
.Safein Canada.^Westerly, It- It Aug. 15 ^Tl e ^!^and childron of Treasurer Brown, of tl^Kiverstde mills, of Boston, have left t^their home at Alston. Mass, It is undt^stood that they hare received wor 1 froij^Brown, who is In Canada, to save a'l tin^can of bis property and meet him i|^France.
a I^^-e|^ Waler ^ on, entloo.
Toi'eka,Aug. 15 ^ ^io\. Ilumphr.-ys hi^issued a proclamation calling n Pee^Water convention at Toix-ka. O.'t. I. A^the request of tiov. Evans, of tMaWal^chairman of the executive committed it'^call includei. all the states west of the Mn^slssippi river.
WorkmrDHie \l. liln-.
CiucAoo,Aug. It ^A building fi ll th^morning burying a number of work men i^the ruinp. Joseph Dopp aud Nick .Sl!v*^were killed.
Ayer'sHair Vigor restores col'-r an^vitality to weak and gray hair. Tliroug^its healing aud cleansing proper-^prevents the accumulation of damlr ii an^cures all scalp diseases. The bes'. hai^dressing ever made, and by far th- mo-^economical.
Chicago8l Northwestern R. R. C^^The Short Line to the East has 6,oi^miles of first-class, equipped road runnin^through Illinois, Wisconsin, Nehra-1,^Kansas, Minnesota, Dakota and Wjl mk^Direct connections at Denver with 1^. n\^a Rio Grande for Chicago and all poii^east. Finest Dining Car service in tl^world. Solid vestibuled train from lian^to tChicago.
Onefare for round trip to Milwauk^^maC Chicago on account of (J. A. K. Ei^caCtOtuent at Milwaukee. For full into^mativ.'n Inqu're ofA. E Vkazik,
U.P. Ticket Ast , Helena, ^^r^Fkkii Gkkkne, ^i. P , ^salt Lake.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rs^ways will sell excursion ticket* from !^Paul acd Minneapolis to Helena at S4* !^on fare, for the round trip, on the folio^tng date*: Aug. Mil and -0 h, '-^^jit. |i^and 24th, Oct. hih. Good ttnrty da;^stopover privileges will be allowed witt^limit of ticket.
lilI^occas ion^ami retui
TheMontana Central railway^excursion tickets for the al^one and one fifth fare to B^Tickets will be sold August II to 17, n^elusive, good to return August IK.
ButteRaces.^The Montana Central railway will a*^excursion tickets for the above occasion^one and one-fifth fare for the rounu tri^Helena to Butte ar d return. Tickets wi^be sold August If to 24, inclusive, good^return up to August 25.
Helena,Oct. 7, ikk7^was suffering from an unusually 1
Acker'sEnglish Itemedy for coug^after 'ai-ine i according to directm^completely ^ .red. I t! erefore che^recomujend it.Jacob Swn
Ihad a rackinga,,^l !'
throatand rxjught a bottle o^ Acker'^llsh lO-medy upon the re.orn niendati^friend, and was entirely -:nr^id by^consider It a never failing remedy^sough.j- Feldi
Acker's^.ngiish preparations are^In Helena only bv K. S. Hale A Co.
Kad the following: Mr. C. H. Mori^Newark, Ark., says, ^Was down with J^scess of Lungs, and friends and physicu^pronounced me an incurable consuiupt^Began taking Dr. King's New Discovi^for Consumption, am now on my third t^tie, and able tii oversee the work on i^farm
JesseM;^'Had Kn^covery for^of lung trout
- ^jp try d
Amnow in best of health.'' Try^Sample bottles free at R. S. Hale A Co^drugstore.
TheNew Ulat-overy.^You have heard your friends and ueit^bori talking about it. You may yours^be one of the many who know from p^aonal experience just how good a thing^la. If you have ever tried it, you are ^^of its staunch friends, because the wonti^tni thing about itthat when once gn^atr'.al Dr. King's Nea Discovery ever^ter holds a place in the house if you m^never used it and ahould be arrketed wit^cough, cold or any throat, lung or _cL^troi
,eyrefunded,^[ale A Co.'*.
;;i*ranteedevery tl^Trial bottles free
Car*for Fit**.^Itching piles are Known by moisture i^pe*-*piration, producing a very dlaagr^able Itrhlcg after arett.'ror warm. T^form, as well a* blind, bleeding and p^trading piles, yield at once to the appfx^tion of Dr. Boaanko's Pile Kemwly, whl^acts directly upon the parts affected, ^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the inter^itching and effecting a permanent cu^Fifty cents. Address The Dr. Boaan^Medicine company, Ptqua, O. Sold by^S. Hale * Oa
TheIron Dnkr to His Soldier*.
^I^oyour duty,^ were the wordl of L^Wellington to bis soldiers just before^nattie of Waterloo and history tells ns t^w-ll they obeyed. The same advice mi^properly be given to every living mar^this time. There are many men who wc^do their whole duty in time of war or g^need, but who sadly neglect in time^peace; they would g'adly risk their 1^for their country, but when there is^such (treat oecaaton. neglect their p-^*imnle duty to their God, their families i^themselves. It ia not for wan' of ho^nor because they do not love their famil^but from pure neglect; as ar^statistics compiled by the natioi__^ties show that more deaths result^bowel complaints than any other^cause, except consumption, yet not i^than one family in six are provided^medicines that will relieve or cure th*^Mars. It is the duty of every man to l^after these small matters, and protect t^tunnies, and they are certainly, at