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.~rM/ /Mi/ro it . IklP KuiltF of criminal carelessness if they^DlOmnilUfX Ui ^m this insUnce^ m the best remedy there
forthe purpose only costs but JS^ cent-^The article we refer to U Chamberlain ^^Colic Cholera and Diarrhu-a Hemedy. It^U a certain cure for cramp*, coli:, cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrtnts, bloody tiux,^cholera infantum, and bowel complaint in^all ita forma. No family can afford to be^without it during the summer months as^great suffering and ev.-n lif^* may be saved^by it before a physician could be summoned^or medicine procured. l^o not delay, but^procure it at once, before it is forgotten.^Kor sale by H. M. Parcben A Co.
COLONIZERSMUST BE CAREFUL.
Turkey* Possessions in Egypt Must^Not be Disturbed by Dr.^Peters' Party.
Btiii.iN, Aug. 15.^The Nortn ^ierman^BaMSMfa Bismarck's organ, referring to the^impending meeting of the German Colo^^nial company, sajs angry protests against^the action of the British officials is politic^ally undesirable. England, the ^,szette^says, will eventually set matters ru:ht If^lierniany had beeu eoDsolidaU-d *h- might^have pointed out the weight) objections^againut Uie ^ierman EnnnrWiM . xp dJUon.^^ .r-noar.y smsbM regret the exp-dition^adopting political aims or .-ncroactiioir on^British ^pher^-s or mtere.-'s. England's^friendship was of more vain- to ^^, rmany^than all the expedition could obtain on the^upp^r Nile. If Dr. IVters intends forcibly^or jointly with Emin Pasha to se.ie the^provinces secured to Turkey and Ek-ypt by^treaties, the enterprise will fall umter the^operanor, of the lawn of the countries^whose interests are prejudiced.
ThfTwo l m|irnir^.
Bk.ki.in.Aug. 15^Emperor William^and the emperor of Austria leit Berlin this^morning for ^p^ndan, where a sham tight^took place. One side used the new smoke^^less powder, the other the old style of^powder, and the contrast was striking.^After the battle Emperor William called^the officers together and critic^ -d the oper^^ations. The emperors lunched ia a tent on^the held and then returned to Berlin.
Hrtf)Morm In Colorado.
Pikblo, Col. Aug. l.V^A heavy storm^passed over Pueblo last night. It formed^near Canon City, but a high wind accom^^panied it and only a few drops of rain tell^here. East of the city the storm se^ med to^be very heavy. The people here sjv rapid^^ly clearing up from the roc-it tf ^^: The^loss will reach between 875.Ulxi and $100,-^^^ii
Thel:io Grande road is again finning^trains west on time. The West f'liff branch^is said to be damaged to the amount of -^^sjo and parties just down from ther.- say it^will je a mouth before it ism funning^order again. In a distance of seven miles^seven bridges were carried away and pas^^senger trains caught in the tl ^ ^l are still^t!..-r
**afe In ( tuwU.
Westerly.K. 1, Aug. 15 ^TI e wife^and childron of Treasurer Brown, of the^Kiverside mills, of Host on, have .'eft for^their home at Alston. Mass. It is under^^stood that they have received wor I from^Brown, who is in Canada, to save a'l they^can of his property and meet :^im in^Krance.
Al^ee|^ Walrr ^ on ^ rut Ion.
Tiii'K.ka.Aug. 15 -(^.\. liumphr. ys li^s^issued a proclamation calling n Deep^Wmu r convention at Topeka. Oct. 1. At^the r-^i ie-t of (Joy. Evans, of CVi^^rad^^,^chairman of I tie executive commit tet*, the^call includes all the states west of the Mis^^sissippi river.
WorkuiPDthe Victim*.^Ciiii aihi, Aug. 15 ^A building fi H this^morning burying a number of workmen in^the ruins. Joseph Dopp and Nick Silver^were killed.
Ayer'sil-.r \ Igor restores color and^vitality to ml and gray hair. 'I . rough^it* healing aud cleansing properties, it^prevents the imimuIalion of dandr if and^cures all scalp diseases. The bes: hair-^dressing ever made, and by far tin most^economical-
Chicago^ Northwestern R. R. Co.
TheShort Line to the East has 6.UU0^miles of rirst-clars. ^^tuippe^l road running^through Illinois Wisconsin, Nebraska,^Kansas, Minnesota. Dakota and Wyoming.^Direct connections at Denver with Denver^A Kio Grande for Chicago and all points^east. Einest Dining Car service in the^world. Solid vestibuled train from Denvet^to Chicago.
Onefare for ronnd trip to Milwaukee^^n! Chicago on account of G. A. K- En-^'..n. i... i i at Milwaukee. Eor full infor^^nation inquire ofA. E Veazie,
DP- Ticket .\gt . Helena, or
Kkkl(iKKi NK. (i. P . salt Lake.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will :I excr.TMon tickets from St.^Paul ai d Minneapolis to lieiena at S4X VsJ,^on fare, tor the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. Mh and -Oh, Sept. 10th^and MS, tit t. Mb. ^;.M^d thirty days,^.^stopover privileges wi'.i be allowed within^limit ot tn ket.
lastMontana Central railway wi.l sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^one and one fifth fare to Hutte ami return.^Ticket.- will be sold August 11^clusivt. good to return August l\
ButteRaces.^The Montana Central railway will sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^one and one-fifth fare for the rotina trip.^Helena to Butte ard return. T -kcts will^be sold August XV to 24. inclusne. good to^return up to August '^5.
Hjclkxa,Oct. 7, ISK7.
1was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of the best physicians^In Helena, whose prescriptions fai'ed to^relieve me. 1 became alarmed, aud at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a Kittle of^Acker's English Remedy for coughs, and^after *aking it according to directions wr.s^completely ^ tired. 1 therefore chi- rfully^recommendJacob Mutzkk.
Ihad a racking counn and mnauied^throat and bought a bottle of Acker s Eng^^lish Hemedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely enred hy it 1^consider it a never failing remedy for a^cough.J. Kkldukim.
Acker's^.ngiish preparations are for sale^In Helena only by K. S. Hale A Co.
Readthe following: Mr. C. H. Morrfs.^Newark. Ark.. sa^s. ^Was down with Ab^^scess of 1.ungs. and friends and physicians^pron uim e^l me an incurable consumptive^Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery^tor Consumption, am now on my third bot^^tle- and able to oversee the work on my^farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.'*
.lesseMlildlcwart, l^^ ^ ^^^.r. Ohio. ^a^s:
Hadit not been for Dr. King's New Dis^^covery tor Consumption 1 would have died^of lung trouble*. Was given up by doc^^tors. Am now in best of health. Try it.^Sample bottles free at R. S. Hale A Co.'*^drugstore.
Thr^fs ih^^*oTery.^You have heard your friends and neigh^^bors talking about it. You may yourself^be one of the many who know from per^^sonal experience just how good a thing it^is. If you have ever tried It, you are one^of its staunch friends, because the wonder^^ful thing about it is, that when once given^atrial Dr. King's New Discovery ever af^^ter holds a place in the house If you have^never used it and should be atliicted with a^cough, cold or any throat, lung or cheat^trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it^a faT trial. It is guaranteed every time or^luor.ey rvtunded. Trial bottles free at K.^}^. Hale A Co-'a.
Itchingpile* are Known t^y moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after a*ttii^^ warm. This
form,as we'.i as blind, bleedlmj and pro^^truding piles, y:e'i at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acts directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching and k'^ :.rg a permanent cure.^Kift^l i :res^ The Dr. Bnntiku
Medicinecoiiinany. Plana, O. Sold by K^S. Hale A Co.
TheIron Dukr to Hi- Soldier*.
Doyour .1 jty,^ were the word! of Lord^Wellington to his soldiers just before the
battleof Waterloo and history tells us how^well they o*ej ed. The same advice might^properly he given to every living man at^this time. There are many men who would^do their whole duty in time of war or great^need, but who sad'y neglect in times of^peace: they would gladly risk their lives^for their country, but when there is no^such great occasion, 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 complied by the national author!^tie* 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^^edicines that will relieve or cure the dis^It is the duty of every man to look
itshould be generally known that Dr.^Henley's Dandelion Tonic insures a^hearty appe ite and increased digestion,^dispels nervous depression and low spirits,^overcomes lack of energy and wakefulness^and will in'use new life and strength into^the weakest invalid. Sold by K s. Hale A^Co., wholesale and retail agent*, Helena.
CommencingJune Sand continuing un^^til SepL 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 roand-trip ticket to Livings^^ton and either a S90 or S40 book ticket^through the park. These tickets include^rail and stage transportation from Livings^^ton and four and five days, respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association ^^hotels. For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D. Edoak. Genera! Agent.
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C^The Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of S^^.13 for the round trip, Helena to^Washington and return. Tickets will be^on sale Oct. 1, 'I and 3, good for going pas^^sages for trains reaching Washington Oct-^S; 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. Shelby,^General Manager.
LowRates to Milwaukee. Wis., via^Montana Central Railway.
Forthe G. A. K. encampment at Milwau^^kee the Montana Central railway will^make a rate of one fare i^^H.nO^ for the^round trip. Tickets on sale August ji and^23, 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^h^ opposite route returning. Remember^that the Montana Central is the Scenic^mute of the northwest and runs through^solid trains to St. Paul.
Onaccount ot the races at Anaconda.^August 12th to 17th, inclusive,the Northern^Pacific railroad will sell tickets from all^points le t ween Billings and Missoula, in^^clusive, to Garrison and return at a rate of^one and one-fifth fares for the in and trip^Tickets willibe sold August lPh to 17th,^inclusive. Good returning until Aug. is.
a.D. Ep^*ak. G P A T. A. SL Paul^^,en'i Agt.. Helena.
HelenaRaces and Territorial Fair.
Onaccount of 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 tare for the round^ti ii. Tickets will be sold on Aug. 24 to SI,^inclusive, good returniug until Sept 2.
thas. S. Eke,
W.D. Euuak, G. P. A T. A., St, Paul.^Gen. Agt. Helena.
G.A. R,, Attention.
Korthe G. A. K. encampment at Mil^^waukee, the Northern Pacific ra load will^make a rate of one fare |S5sijuifor the^round trip: tickets to be on sale August 21^and 23, limited to continuous passage for^going trip, with stop-over privih-g ^^ 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 Union Pacific. Kemember that the^Northern Pacific is the only road west of^the Missouri river runuing vestibule trains.
Chas.S. Fkk,^G. P. and T. A., St, Paul.
A.D. Edoak, Gen. Agt,. Helena.
The.NortnernPacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, St.^Paul ard Minneapolis to Helena and Hutte^and return at one tare for the rouLd trip^(54S CUI. Tickets will be sold on Aug. 4^and 20, Sept. 10 and 24. and Oct. K. Ex^^treme limit tnirty days. Stop overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket,
A.D. EiHiAR, Gen'l. Agt., Helena.
ChasS. Fee. Goji'I. P. A T. A. MM
KnightTemplar's Conclave at Wash^^ington.
Korthu above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of S7ii 65^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Ticketson sale Oct- 1st and M only; going^na^sage limited to Oct. Hth: extreme limit.^S'ov. 34to. Stop-overs will be allowed.^On return triD ^e*i of St. Paul or Omaha,^Cha- S. Fee. G. P. A T. A. sr Paul.
A.D. Edoak. Gen. Agent. Helena.
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana
TheUnion Pacific railway conipanv will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^Bluffs, Omaha, St. Joseph, Leavenworth^and Kansas City to Moniana po:nts on the^following dates at one fare for the round^trip. S4K.90: Aug. * and 20, Sept. 10 and 24.^and Ik-t- ^; extreme limit thirtj .lays from^date of sale: stop-over privileges allowed^returning.A. K Vkazie,
TheUnion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Milwaukee on August 21 and 23 at rate of^one fare tS^s iWi for the round trip, limited^to sixty da^s returning;continuoue passage^going, but stop-overs allowed at any point^within the final limit returning.
Theaoove tickets are good going or re^^turning via Chicago.
TheUnion Pacific will also sell these^tickets good to return via Northern Pacific^or Manitoba and Montana Central Kys , or^v.a their own line, to suit the purchaser.^A. E. Vkazie. Passe :ger Agent.
HelenaRaces and Territorial Fair.
Korthe above occasion tin- Montana^Central railway will sell ex^ ursion ti kets^from all points on their line to Helena and^return at one fare for th:* round trip.^Ticket* will he sold Aug. 24 H 31 inclusive.^Limited good to return until Sept. 2, inclu^^sive.
afterthese small matters, and protect their^films and they are certainly, at least
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, D C.
TheUnion Pacific Kail vay company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C. and r turn, for the^above meeting, at the rate oi STt^.^5 lor the^round trip. Tickets will be on sale from^October I to 4, inclusive, good going until^October t^: good returning in trunk line^territory until October in; final limit, Octo^^ber 21.
A.E. Veazik. Passenger Agent,
UnionPacific Harvest Excursion Rates^The Union Pacific Railway company^will sell harvest excursion tickets from^Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha. St.^Joseph, Leavenworth and Kansas City to^to Helena. Butte and intermediate points^at the rate of one fare ^ $4K80) for the round^trip on the following dates: Aug. ti and 20,^Sept, 10 and 24. and Oct. 8: extreme limit^90 days from date cf sale: stop-over priv^^ileges allowed returning. All harvest ex^^cursion tickets issued by the Union Pacific^Kail way company allow the holders to re^^turn to any of their M ssouri river termi^^nals, which are Kansas City. Leavenworth,^SL Joseph, Omaha, ^~ uscil Bluffs and^Sioux City. This arrangement is made in^order that our patrons may see the most ot^the country, and get the advantages of a^change in route :n going and returning.
A.E. Veazik,^Pass. Agent.
Notie of D aaolutioo
Theaartnerahfr her*u,fcr^ exlstlac t**ween^William Harrison and James Hall at Helena.^M r.tana, under th* firm smbm of Montanai.raalts^i'.^m;^anT ana Hal. A Barrteoo, has this dayjteaa^o.xri tiT mutual roaseot hy J^Mr. ^ m. Harrison wtll cot^_ of the firm and retltct all -^coants and paj all debts of late firm.
WJ. harrison^J a MIS hall^Datsc st Mlssosla, Mo-1. a eg S. 1a*.^witneafed sy John * X^aaa.
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O'flCB arse* A ratol Slibisa, Lower :si^aasas*. two Son. Ho ISO
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Ctstorm
THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1889.
d40 Tsars sad Cared.
AItesT St.. aw. St. V.^m ever avtr T^^ 1 twa a vtotta ^^attua i wu potu4^4 kkra^I air* twm bottl^ aai a mm
MrUbu th^t m ^^^^ ras *n^ l*a^ an x
ajuiu sss*srsa t^ mj ssmM
CrippledCases Threw Away Cratches)
Jets's* DntggUtt an4 Dealer*^Tm CHARLES ^. V0GELER CO..
H.H Guthrie ^ Co. Helena.
P.A Manlx Augusta.^S. F. Ralston Marysvllle.
atcallliaf a Co . Matatacteien. S f .Csl.
TheCelebrated French Gure,
u. \ IT* APHRODITINE
litSold on a^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE
I^ euro a n v
foim *^f iiprv^*u
*1i*ease,or any^disorder of the^generative or
HMD* Of t-lt.XM
whether*t-^i*:tic from the^r^f Miinalauta, TntM*ceu i^i oj.mrn.^mrhful iU'livrerion. over imlu.tt-^k a* I rum ot Brain Power. ^V^L. ful-^iH'v*. n.n i wii I'Rini m The Bark, Seminal^W en tin'*--. H \ ^teria. Nervous Prontratiou Noetura-^al Em;^. h- 1 ^^^)^ ^^rrh^ra, l^izztiienM, Weak Mem^ory,Iy^-^ot Pawer and Imt^oteiiry. whirls if ne-^^ieete^l ofti ^ i to premarureold ace end insan^Ity. Pti' e S) ^ h box. 6 boxes* for Id 00 Sent by^mall on n'o of prire.
AW Kin I- N til \n ANT Rf for every f.YOC^Order, to refund the MMf if a i'ernianent^Cure !^ not efTtTted. Thousands of tentirnoniali^from old anil younc of both m^xe^, fiermauently^cured bv aphr.uutine. rireular free. Address^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Soldhy H. ft. Hale St Co. wholeeate and retail^dr-j_.-k.r.^t-, eoia atr^oia for Helena. M ^nt
Airasranteed rure for slJ uer'-oos^dls-ase. sncb as WK .K HEX-
H)9frta, lle^ac1-., 1'AtN IN^TUBACt, MSKVOi.-s PKO-^TKATH'N, WAKJSFILNKSS,^. LBC^ OUKilOIA^Before Taking. I \ I V K k Set L^L.^^.^^lll I^a.!-EMINAL WRAK-^NBSsi. Impotenrv and eeaersl^lose ot power of the tieriMrattve^U*eaDfl, In either e^x. c ceed by^Indiiwr^tlon or orer-ererrion. and^which nlrlmatW) leal t.^ PRH-^MATl'ke OLD MiK. ISSAVI- S/l^TYand CO ^ .-^L MPTIoN $1 a^box or six br.XPe for $5. Ser.t hj^mail oti resell t of price. Fall particulate In^pamphlet, sent fr*e to every epplicant.
ukCil AKANTEE MIX BOXES^to rare any case For ev*^ry $.*^ order rerelaetl, we^eead six hoxee, with a written cnarantee to re-^fond the money If our S( ecinc does not effect a^core.
Addressall communications to the Sole Manu^^facturers. THE Ml'KKAY MEDICINE CX^..
KansasCity. .Vo.^K t sale ia H^Iena hv B. M. Pabchsu * Co.
N.Wcor, i3th^d00ce Sts, OMAHA, NEB.
CHRCNiC^ SURGICAL DISEASES
BK.ii.CF3S,APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITYS AND TRUSSES.
BestFacilities. Appsrafis snd RrrRedir^sfor8urr^aVsful^Treatment of evrrr form of Diaeaae rrqainnf
MEDICALor SURGICAL TREATsIENT.^NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.
BoardA Attendance. Best Arrorrrr. orations in West.
.^^*r:lTE TOR CIRCULARS rr. Deformities arc^3-i ^ . Truasea. Club Feet, CurratTires of Spine, Piles,^Tumors. Cancer. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Inhalation.^Electricity, Paralysis, Epilepsy, KHney. Bladder,^Eye. Ear. Skin and Blood and ail Surg-iaaiOpsrabona.
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illmm. (wWISIsTTT. (STW'CTLT PtlVATt.)^Or.v Reliable Medical Institute making a Specialty of
BOOKTO MEM, '-v:rV.
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(AHA MiSlCAl A JIXBICAl IRSTITSTC^OMAHA. NEB.
MANWTACTORTIS WEST OF
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY
FROMacl amd MIN^^BAPULI8
WrTBorrCbakss, CoMramwe with ths FAST^TRAINS or all Lme ma ths
The:DIRECT ;aad ONLY LINK rnnnlBi^TURUC^*H CARS between MINNEAPOLIS and
DES MOINES, IOWA
ViaALBERT LEA akt^ PORT DODGE.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andthe Principal CtUea of the WLalirtppi Valley,
connectingLa t'nlon Dep.^t for all r-..Lnu^SOUTH aX1^ SOUTHWEST!
MANYHOURSSAVEI^rr^oJ^IKE^J^Ji KANSAS Ui i
ATX'UIS'^'. maklns c^^nnecnan^^!tt the Cnloa^I'ednc and Atchison, Topeka a ranta Fe Rail war.
madela Union Depot with^all train* of th. ~t P^U, Minneapolis A aanlv.t^Norther* Paoiflc. St Paul * fioJath Kaliwav,^tsaaa and to all potnte NORTH And NORTH WK^T
CI1I1RIC' ^ ; * Train, of the VIV.vkaPOLIp^^^Ea^D^^ ^ ^ 9r LOUIS ra ILW a v a^e com
EjeeSof COMFORTABLE DAT C ACHKs.^LAONIFK SNT PULLwAN SLEEPING CARS,^HORTvN HEi. LINING CHAIR CARS, and oar^JasUj celebrated
EV150LB9. OF BAGGAGE CHECKJCD FREE.^Fare alwav. ae low ae ths lowest' For Tims^Tablee, Tr.rosfh Tlcaele. etc . call apon ths^Dearest Ticket Aewnt or wnts to
Gea'lTkt. M Pass a^t lllanaapolls
^of Gerlaeh a
Mr.Gexlach will i saw^ ths twaaaaaa,^eolasct all soconnts das the .ate arm aad pay ths^^bta of the late aim.
CHARLESGABISCH^PHILIP GSKLACH.^Helena. Moat.. Asg. T, ME*.
Pioneer National Bank^OP MONTANA
Paid-UpOaplUi^Surplus and Profits
Detigiiated Depository of tit*^United States.
A.J. Davis.V lot^-President
T.E. KlktnschmidtAast CaAhlei
6eo.H. Hill8efx^nd Aaa't Cash'.^*
8.T. Hauser,John C. Cnrtln,
A.M. Holter.B. 8. Hamilton.
SranvilleStuart, C- P. Hlfrglns,^K. W. Knight. A. J. Davis,^T. H. Kleluscbmldt, Henry M. Parenen,^T. C. Power.
tran'Mcted.HF~Internet nald on time deno.lt.
Pr.d in Capital - - $150,000^Surplus and Profit* - 140,000
LH. HERSHFiELD, Pres'L^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
TECMAJSCRUSE, M. BANDS,^o. h HITNTLKX,W. D. NICHOLAS.
MmJ. OAVIDBOH,MU8MB MOKRJ8,
laH. HKRBHF1SLS, A. bmbshpixlo^W. b. EUOMAJLU
Collections Receive Prompt
PtirchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion. Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
erestAllowed on Deposit!^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeoexal Banking Busine^f^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
L.H. Phelps, Vice-Pree. and Act. Cash'r
S.k. AtkinsonAssistant Cashier
A.8. Clarke, Hebman Sans,^H. K. Galen, Pkteb Larson,^C. W. Cannon, K. C. Wallace.^8. C. Ashbt D. A. Cory.
PaidUp Capital, -^Surplus and Profits
InterestAllowed on Time Deposits.
K.D. KDGKRTOn^ T President^C. K. COLK, : Vice-President^(iKOKliK B. CHILD, Cashier^JOK N. KKXCK. : Assistant Cashier
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OPhelena,^incorporated Under the Laws of Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
%M. J. CKI SB......
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Allows6 per cent, interest on Savings^Deposits, compounded J an nary and JuLy.
AWoman'sFace Is Her Fortnne.
AJawa few dave' use will Permanently Remove
allBlotcbee. afotha, Pimplee and Frecklea, pro-^dacine an Entranclnfly Beautiful Complexion^tnat ebames the nse of powders and creams^Wa-ranteo perfertlv harmless Paid by all lead^lne (itnsdste at f l.OO per box of 100 wafers.
r SIMMS' 8AFE PERIODICAL WAFERS^ar^* sr.,^ and reliable for all female irretularltlee^rrice $2.00 1 er box. Sent by mall teeenre) on^receipt of price. Warranted 10 contain no^^^Tansy^ or ^Pennyroyal.'
THUMi.fRa CO . 83 Chambers St., New York
HM Parrben A Co., Sole Areata, Helena.
WANTED!BOOKS to KEEP !
Personsnot wishing to employ a^bookkeeper permanently can have their^books promptly attended to by an expe^^rienced accountant by learing word at^the Montana Employment Office, room 6,^Birkenfeld block, foot of Broadway.
Sealedproposal* will be received for the con^struct!' n of the Turner Hsll by the committee^undersigned until Aog. 21, 18P9. Ths bide for tbe^^ tonework will be let Au. IS.Plans ar,d
speclacaUon*can be eeeo at th* office of Heln^lein a Mathlat, arrhiterte, Noveltr Mock. Tbe^rlffht to reject any ano all bide I* reserved
Propcaalsfor Sewer Farm.
Protxwal*for a leaae of the^racawed at th* oases of ths oaaernsnsa. roosi v,^Holtsr Biuvk. snUl Saturday, Aac IT. 18SB. In^formation *e to the term* and eoawMnsw ^f the^lea** en be procured at the SSSSS of the city en^slneer In tbe Ptttshan block.
Thecity reserve* the right to reject any and all^bid*.
Byorder et the city council
A.C. BoTXIN. city Clerk.^Dated Helena, Moat., Aac ^. 1*B^.
Noticeia hereby gives that the co-partner*alp^heretofore ex ^tlc^ at Marysvllle, Montana tern^tory. between Michael J Carta* sad John A Car-^Ms in the bitcher business ia this ^^sy mutual consent. John A CarMa
willbe coa tin Tied
Iday tlnuli^^ redrtne.^by Mlcnael
Car1-:*- :; *v au indebtedness of ths lsts
firm,and to whom all acc.-uat* will be paid.
JOHNA. CARBIs^MICHAKL J. CARBIS^Msr^evll e, Mcnt . Aug. 1. IMS.
Sealedproposals will be recetied st ths ofBce 0^the undersigned. rr^.n: v. Hollar block, until rial^nrday, Aug IT. 188*. at lx m., for the rradlng of^We*; Main *treet from Bridge street to Fork* of^Oroaao aad unxxlv Oukh, i 1 nistsslii sAans aac^^ cm file la th* sSksTaf the dtj ea^at Each hid aast be accompanied by a err^ttaad check for %S^. ss s gaaranty that ths basdsi^will execute a contract ia accordance with his pro
city1 ex 1 isa the right to reject say aad all^By 1 rcer of the City ConaclL
A.C. BOTEJW, City^Datsd HaAsaa, Moat. Ass 10,1SB*.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Csstoris,
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.
Thedirectors solicit exhibits of^all kinds, and from all parts of^the Territory.
Noentry fee charged on ar^^ticles or animals exhibited.
Entrieswill be received at the^office of the secretary in Helena
duringthe week previous to the
fair,and at his office at the 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^eociation Aug. 28, 29, 30, and
f)romisesto be a very attractive^eature of the fair.
The:i^s^o^ iation have set aside^$600, 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 promise to be nn-^nsually attractive, there being^a much arger number of first^class horses engaged than at^any previous meeting. Califor^nia, Utah, 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.
Thegrounds 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. $1.95; Ladies and^children 75 cents.
Forfurther Information or^Premium List address the sec^^retary.
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
iBOH FBCHTe- At IUVT f ilo- c AST: JtM^a ^n.-^^'vT
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OP FOOT
Vti.q want perfection ^ fli- ifedma fm^^mms ^^J all discomfort ^^ ^ will always was*^tii. Burt A Packard Shoe. 11 I* ^rtnowledceS^a* tbeihr m .,-irtaf anj mom amUm
fenLumen's .b^pe made in tbe wurio.
Don'tspoil your feet by wearing cheap shoe*.
TheBurt A Packard Shoe r~t^ nomnr* tbas *ff
austvles in Hsn-1 n*a^d^\'fi*D^l wvlt. and^^Iso Bo'rs* anil Torras*. It not sold by your 1
bissSau.v and i R^Mrt)**i ss^
hi is r~* i j cocceswoDi tn Furl a
Packard^ rield, Brockton. Mass. ^^** ^^FRED G^IVER, HelenaMont
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent rtjln of Wlmdow AwnlnKr^and the latest Improved flxtnre* tor hanging.
Canessot all kind* and width* from AO lnr.t**^wide to WW inches wide always In stuck.
Thelatest Improved Camp Uood*.^MAIN 8TR^^t. .... HBL.sna
Dealer.In Patent Medlrlnee, Pancy Tot.*^Onods, Lantern Lamps sad Lamp (roods, (Male^r .mte. Oil*, etc - **nr*!c*J Inscrnments. Crntcbee^braces, etc. Wholesale amenta for Cam to^Congbe and Colila, alrk ^ Pile Ointment, Witrbe^^iTopodiam. Boeanko Medicine*. Dr. HUm-re^Hemedy, Dandelion Toole. Oregon Kidney Tea^Dotard ^ 8 per lac
UK3-LI IBTtt a CO.. Kioto the
E.a. DUN k CO..
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841^116 Offloes.
DnitkdStatbs. Canada and RrBOP*.^Manager nf the Mi d tan a District,
pom*r ^uh aT^nne and Main Strwt.
Allkinds of merchandise and other^rreljrhts, including ores, promptly trau.-^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feld berg's Store and at thr^depot. Orders will receive prompt at-^t*^nilon
Medloaland Surgical Institute,^301 and 303 West 9th St.. Kansas^City. Mo., and 400 Geary^San Francisco, Cal.
Forthe Treatment of all
Theabove I' ^dk established and most successfp^^peclallats will open private reception parlor* at^th- aootheaet corner of Main (treet and broad-^way, opposite WLudsor hotel, Butte,
LWt facilities, apparatus and eqnlpmsnts for^snc^ eeeful treatment of every form of disease re^quiring medical and ^urrfcal treatment.
hixty-twonew r^^mator patient*; bestaccom-^mrxladon* we*t of New York.
\\rite for Illustrated papers on Deformltle*^Cltth feet, Cnrvatare of the spine. Piles, Tumor*,^Cancer, Catarrh, Bronchitis. Inhalation, Xlec-^trtcKy, Maenesl.m. Paralyala, Kpllepey, Ki^Loe^,^Bi^ :^,er. Bye, Ear, bkln and Blood, and all^onrirtcal Opetatlons.
Disease*of women a specialty. Book on dl*
Theonly relieMe Medical and Screlcal Inatltote^Ling l^^I 111
Co Main St.
LENOIttMOUSE .Steam ; Heat -^a*.. Helena, Montana Every room ^ Br*I tlssa froat
Main*treet. Helena, Montana Baelsess center of ths city. First clsss. All strast cars pas^tn* above hecsee. Msny reeUnrante In doee prc zlm'ty at all price*. Bnropean Plan. Booms* BOc
75c.ll.on, salts t\S*^ per day according to loratlon. Amertran Plan ^JI to aJLMi sal ^day. Spda^we. i U r^t^^ No dlerepoUMe people allowed.B. i ^ l RN^ ^! tCprop. hnth h oo*
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
^^^^^^^^^^^^ *AI^Ses. a*^iroan Oontraeters, tit* ^nSors*M Sy the ^u*H* laaajairal a* th^Stron,e*t. Safest sna Beat of all high saplos vas.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO..
.OHNHRAL S.OHNTS. HHT HTMA MONTANA.
Room11, Third Floor, Ashby Block.
PO. Box Tnfi, Helena, M. t.
Pnrillcballdlnes, churches and dweUln^ booses^lecorated In the latnet style.
wUlfurnish deelena Decorated Hon. W. A.^Clark'* and M J. Talhot'* reeldenr^*, Bntte.
S ratrh work and amboesed Ornamentstlor^BtSsSssV I ^..,^tai:.
makinga specialty of private d]
kmPSSSSSSS enore^fnlly treated. 8vph^^llltle Prison removed from tbe system wlthoat
seaso. PADxaas.m. i. n ooasau.
PAULSEN^ M'CONNELL,^A. l^l O ZEL X T JE O T S
ttttiMfStnctlr to trchittctvrml Wert.
flan*aad speclllcstlons drawn. Work aaper
OSr-riCM-Fltt-hnnrr'livd Fetema. Mor-.tena
merenry.New hestiratlve treatment for loss of^Vital Power. Persons unable to visit as msy he^treated st home by correepondence. All comma^nlcatlun* confidential. Medicine* or ln*trnms:.t*^sent by mall or express securely packed. One^personal Interview preferred. Call and consult^os, or send history of your esse and we will send^In plain wrapper otxr Book free, explaining why^tkWBSenrfi cannot be enred of Private, special^aad Nrrvon* Diseases, Seminal Weakness, 8per-^matorrbtea, Impotenty, ByphlLU, Uonorrhors,^Uleet, Varlcode, etc., etc.
PacificOieet Institute eeteMlshed for nearly a^quurter of a century. Corner of t,eary and^^aeon street*. Han FrsndKo. Cal Diei^nsary^and Drug Mtore occnpylne whole corner of block.
Firstclass room* and Board for ^^) patients st^the sanitarium connected with the
Callor addrees Kansas City, Mo. or Ban Francisco
Dob not slack wh^*n exposed to the air as moat all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite in character, and does not fill the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON, Agt.
Office Montana Central Depot.
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS. 10c per roll.
G-ILTS.15c r^er roll; former price,40c
20c ^ MM^50c
25c ^ MMM75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
112 and 114 Broadway.
AanceFree 1 Eos to la I
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Beat Accost^modations in the city. Hates Reduced; $2 per nay ani^upwards, according to location of rooms.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
Last^Week of Oiar Grx^eat;
MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
AllMust Go. We Must Have Room.
Ourmid-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.^Shell Pink Colored China Silks.
OldPink Colored China Silks.^Mazerina Blue Colored China Silks.
EveningBlue Colored China Silks.^Persian Silks in Broche Patterns.
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.
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 STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena