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TheElectric Invention that is to^ReTolutionize Travel Over Long^Distances
A Rate of Two Miies a Minute^Achieved on an Experimental^Track.
r. ^ i i.i 111 !^^ 1 i.r Dust and^sf Loconiotlrea to lie Done^Away With.
1ne quaint old village of Laurel, a half^hour*! rid- from Baltimore, says an ex^change, ia the scene of a moat extraordi^^nary trial of the electric rnxor. Here for^aeveral months. In the outskirts of the^town, haa stood the queerest rail ^ay ever^aeen ia this country. It has two rails, very^much like any other ruiiway. but it ia^enclosed^here in a sort of lattice-work,^and there by a barbed wire fence which^^tret.ne* along on both lidea. but tt.e^queerest thing about this railway ia what^Ull III oa it. A sturdily built, handsome^man of About So stands in the door of a^shed. He touches a button, when out of^the ahed crawls an iron-plated thing, at^..ui^two and a Halt feet square and twenty leet^long, pointed at one end. ll is on wheels,^and looks very heavy and iltm jg. IN^soon'-r t:a\e you begun to look it ov^r^Snd wonder whe her it is a torpedo^or a rock-crusher than it disappears.^It goes off like a flash. Apparently^nothing touches, nothing M**, \ Jg^it ^'*-^. A little rumble, a dark streak^going round Uie curve or the circu.ar rair^way. and it is hidden behind a clump of^tree* The handsome man stili stands with^his hand on the button, watching a petn il^moving in an automatic device over a piece^of ruled pape. ^At the halt !^ he exclaims,^and a moment or two later, ^One mile^then ^A mile and a half I ' and In a few^seconds more the long, black thing on^wheels whizz** by. You take nut your^watch^and time lU In a little less than a^minute it reappears. In another minute it^whizzes past once more. As it goes round^and round it ia like nothing so much as a^big shuttle moving in a circle with incon^^ceivable rapidity. The track is exactly two^miles in circumference.
Thehandsome man stand.ng with his^fiDger on the button is David (^. Weetns, of^Baltimore. and this is his rapid transit elec^^ta-c railway system, arnica promises to^revolutionize the carrying of mails and ex-^pn ssage.,,, .
Weare not running very fast now,^ he^says- ' only 1.400 revolutions of our dyna^^mo. ' This gives us a speed of exactly two^miles a minute. Our machines develop up^to 10,000 revolutions, and we have run^S 500 revolutions, equal to more than four^miles a minute.-, tor twenty-four hours^without stopping. t^n a tirst-class track,^reasonably strainiit and without too many^many steep grades, we can easily develop^a continuous speed of three to four miles a^minute. In fact, thete is practically no^limit to the speed that our power can pro^duce. The only question is how much^speed the tracks and cars are able to stand.^The track we are now using is all curve^and full of heavy grades.
^Withina few years,^ says Mr. Weems,^^there will be a double-track electric rail^way from New York to Cnicago. about ^.*^^miles long. The track will havea.vvelve^inch gauge and will be inclosed in a net^work of barbed wire. The wirea of which^this fence ia made will be used for tele^graph, telephone and automatic signals.^Overhead will be space for carrying 100^commercial telegraph wires. The track i^ao light and the rolling-stock so easily car^ried that at very small additional coat th^road can be elevated through towns and^cities, and wherever it may be necesary to^obviate heavy grades. Through this pro^tected way trains two and a half feet wide^and of about the same height will be run at^the speed oi 200 miles an hour. No engine^^ men. conductors or brakemen aecouipany^the train whose movementa are controlled^easily and absolutely from the power sta^^tions. Of these stations there will be one in^New York, one in Chicago and seven on th^line, about 100 miles apart. These power^stations will require a capacity ot about^SiO-horse power each, and any practical en^gineer can compute the cost of maintaining^them. It is really trifling, considering th^efficiency developed. If water power can^be had for some of the some of the stations^even if five or ten miles from the track, it^will be utilized, power being transmitted^by wire. In operation trains of four or^five cars will be run, a motor car and three^or four others. The cara are so telescoped^together as to form unbroken surfaces, top.^bottom and s^des. and the rear car, as well^as the first or motor car, is pointed so aa to^offer the least possible resistance to the air^The movement of each train Is automatic^ally and accurately registered on a chart in^the power stations. The slightest accident^to the train or the preaeDce of an obstacle^on the track shuts off the connection. A^the will of the dispatcher a train can be^stopped at any point, backed up or started^ahead again. The trains are. therefore,^under complete control, and if traffic-^should not justify the bui'ding ot a double^track a single track could be easily and^efficiently operated.
Whileit is true tne capacity of a train of^five cars is not large^aoout a ton of mail^or express matter to the car^the capacity^of the road will be very great ana its^economy admirable. Ten or fifteen trains^an hour each way would require no more^power than one train a day ana practically^no more expense, since the power is^steadily maintained at the generating sta^tions and no employes are required with^the trains. Fifty or seventy five tons an^hour could be easily dispatched from New^Vork to Chicago. At present it is not in^^tended to apply the new invention to the^transportation of human beings: hut after^the commercial success of the mail and ex^press line shall have been demonstrated, it^is predicted a passenger line will speedily^follow. For the carrying of passengers the^cars would be made about three feet wide,^with single seats No sleeping cars woulr*^be rt.j iired. because five h ^urs would^surface for a journey from New York to^Chicago.
Thetraveler could leave Chicago early^in the mo:mng. lunch in New York, spend^the afternoon on Broadway or in Wall^street, dine at Delmonico's and reach Chi^^cago again in time to retire at midnight^lie would travel very rapidly, but comfort^^ably, in a train lighted and heated by elec^^tricity. Ue would, moreover, travel in safe^^ty, because the construction of the track^would render it impossib'e lor a train to^become derailed, and automatic appliances^would obviate all danger of collisions, lie^might not find it to his advantage to stick^his head out of the window, bat there^would be no diffi -u!ty about the ventilation^of the coaches. No smoke, dust, gas or^cinders would interfere with respiration.^The cars now in use on the experim-ntal^track here have their wheels on the outside^of the body. New cars, soon to be put in^use have the wheels within the walls of^the cars, leaving no projections except the^journal boxes.
Amongthe 150 patents of the company^controlling this invention is one whose im^^portance will at once commend itself to the^reader who hopes some day to travel from^Chicago to New York between luncheon^ahd dinner. It ia a special form of rail.^Under the projecting arm ot this rail^travels a guard which rests within a couple^of inches of the under surface, standing^ready to hold the train upon the track in^cases of accident or shock. This rail^serves the double purpose of giving protec^^tion against accidents and of carrying the^two currerts, th* outgoing and the return.^The positive correct ia carried by the^rail iUelf, while the negative current re^^turns on a small copper wire carefully in^^sulated and placed on the outside of the up-^right section of the rail. This rail can
becrossed by pedestrians and vehicles^without danger of shock from the powerf ^^currents coming through i\ The rail^weighs aixty pounds to the yard, and_ the^average cost of track is computed at $5 00U^a mile. A double-track line between New^York and Chicago, with power stations^and equipments, would probably cost no^more than * 12.000,000. and have a capacity^mi re than tqual to ail the mail and pack^^age express matter now passing between^the two city.
Undoubtedlythis century will add to it*^triumphs of the steamship, the steam rail^^way, the telegraph, the telephone and the^fast printing press the electric railway, de^^veloping a speed of 200 miles or more an^hour for both fleight and passengers.
MADECRAZY BY SIOI X.
AClerk of the Commission Driven Raving^Mad by Sitting Hull.
Chicagospecial: The exciting scenes^aod danger to the Sioux commission, which^bitting Bull created in his efforts to prevent^the signing of the treaty, which has j ust been^concluded, drove one of the commission^clerks into violent insanity. The young^mm is Everett Corbin, a brother of l.ieut.^Col. H. C. Corbin, attached to G n. Crook*^headquarters in Chicago. He is now at^large, having escaped from Dr. Gray's san^^itarium in North Evanston.
Corbinia very violent at times. The rity^before he escaped he struck an atteniaut a^heavy blow with a stick. It is feared tLiat^M will injure or kill someone in his wan^derings or that he may commit suicii-.^c.rUin bad been attending Uarvard C ^i^leg* for two years and had studied so hard^mat he had undermined his health. ^ ^..^the recommendation of a physician Lieut -^Col. Corbin took him to California and it.^May last got him attached to the Sioux^commission as a clerk.
Aboutsix weeks ago. when the excite^ment was so high from the menaces of^S tting Bull and his band, Corbin suddeniy^became a raving maniac He was started^for Chicago in charge of two men, escap^^ing from them twice before reaching here.^Each time he was recaptured only by rea^^son of some violent outbreak. Corbin has^b. en raving ever since his confinement of^i he glory and honor h^ could attain by-^joining the commission and returning^nome with them. This idea was upper^^most in his mind, and it is thought be haa^started westward to the Sioux reservation^tie is undoubtedly walking, as he had no^money.
MAYSIK THE PRESIDENT.
A Dismissed Cook Who Demands Wages^for the Entire Summer.
Washingtonspecial: The President of^the United States may be compelled to ap^^pear in the police court some ot these days^as defendant in a suit to recover servant's^wages. The president or Mrs. Harrison or^the white bouse steward, acting for them,^is accused of breaking an engagement with^their cook and refusing to pay the wages^which the cook claimj as due. This cook,^who waa once Lord Sackville's cook, con^^tends that she was engaged for the entire^summer season at the white house, but^when June came, with the prospects of the^Harrisons, Scott* and McKees spending^most of the summer in the country, Mrs.^Harrison, in her thrifty way, thought it^would be useless to continue paying 850 a^month for a cook during the season^when a 510 colored woman would sufth-e,^and so she peretiptorlly ordered the iiis-^missal ot the So^ cook. Mme. IVIonard^has asked to be paid tor the remainder of^the summer months and the request has^:^^^^.! refused. Hence Mme. IVlou rd haa^applied for an attorney. The matter is^now in the hands of the Marquis d.- Cham-^brun, the law representative of the French^government in this city, who has addressed^the usual attorney's letter to President^Harrison. If the president comes forward^promptly with the amount which Mme.^l'elonard claims she haa been damaged all^will be settled, but if he does not then the^usual course will be pursued and President^Harrison will be sued in the courts here for^the amount
TheElectric Plant of India.
Therehas been discovered in the forests^of India a strange plant which possesses to^a very high degree astonishing magnetic^power. The band which breaks a leaf^from It receives immedlatel a shock equal^to that which is produced by the conductor^or an induction coil. At a distance of six^meters a magnetic needle is affected by^and it will be quite deranged if brought^near. The energy of this singular influ^ence varies with the hours of the day. All^powerful about 2 o'clock in the afternoon,^it is annulled during the night.
Attimes of storm its intensity augments^to striking proportions. During rain th^plant seems to succumb and beuas its bead^during a thunder shower: it remains there^without force or virtue, even if one snould^shelter it with an umbrella. No abock ia^felt at that time In breaking the leaves^and the needle is unaffected beside it.
tinenever by any chance sees a bird or^insect alight on the electric plant; an in^stinct seems to warn them that they would^find sudden death. It ia also important to^remark that where it grows none of the^magnetic metals are found: neither iron,^nor cobalt, nor nickel, an undeniable proof^th t the electric force belongs exclusively^to the plant. Light and heat, phosphores^^cence, magnetisui, electricity, how many^mysteries and Itotanical problems does this^wondrous Indian plant conceal within its^leaf and flower
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^ington, D. C^The Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of S7o.Sa 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 reaching Washington i ^ct.
extremelimit for return Nov. 24. Stop^overs wiil be allowed on return trip west^of st. Paal wituln the limit of ticker.
LowRates to Milwaukee, Wfs via^Montana Central Railway.
Forthe G. A. R. encampment af Milwau^^kee the Montana Central railway wiil^make a rate of one fare (SSS.'ipi for the^round trip. Tickets on sale Au#ust 21 and^23, limited to continuous passage for going^trip, with stop-over privilege/ on return^trip. Extreme limit sixty days. These^ickets may be interchangeable ar^rt used^by opposite route returning. / Rem-intn-r^hat the Montana Central is/ the s ^ nic^r. ute of the northwest and fans through^solid trains to st- Paul.
HelenaRaces and Territorial Fair.^On account of the lielenai race* and the^xhlbition of the Montana/ Agricultural^Mining and Mechanical association, the^Northern Pacific railroad will aeil ticket*^from all points In Montana to Helena and^return at rate of one fare for the round^trip. Tickets will be eoL'J on Aug. 24 to 31,^inclusive, good returning; until Sept 2.^_ _ ,Chas S. Fee.^W. D. Edgar. G. 1'. A T. A., St. Paul.^Gen. Agt. Helena. I
CommencingJune S ftnd continuing un^^til Sept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad
willmake a rate of o:^trip from Helena to Li^on the following^to purchase a round-i^ton and either a
throughthe park,^rail and stage^ton and four
farefor the round^Ingston and return,^ltions: Passengers^ticket to Livinga-^or S40 book ticket
heaetickets Include^nation from Livings-^days, respectively,
boardand lodging at the Park association's
hotels. For further Information call at the
NorthernPacific tioket office.
A.D. EixiAR. General Agent.
KnightTemplar's Conclave at Wash^^ington.
Forthe above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of $76 ^^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Ticket*on sale Oct 1st and 2J only; going^i.a^satf^ limited to Oct. Hth: extreme limit,^Nov. 24tn. Stopovers will be allowed.^On return trio west ot St. Paul or Omaha,^Chas. S. Fee. G. P. * T. A. St. PauL
A.D. Kdoak. Gen. Agent, Helena.
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.
TheUnion Pacific railway company will^sell harvest excursion ticket* from Council^Bluff*, Omaha, St- Joseph, Leavenworth^and Kansas City to Montana points on the^following date* at one fare for the round^trip. S4H.90: Aug. ^ and 20, Sept. 10 and 24,^and Oct. B: extreme limit thirty days from^date of sale; atop-over privilege* allowed^returning.A. E Yeazik,
I'as* Agent-^Chicago St Northwestern R. R. Co.
TheS.'iort Line to the East ha* S.OOO^miles of first-claas, tq .luped road running^through Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska,^Kansas. Minnesota. Dakota and Wyoming^Direct connections at Denver with Denver^Ac Kio Grande for Chicago and all points^east. Finest Dming Car service in the^world. SolW \^ s'.ibuled train from Denver^la Chicago.
Onefare for round trip to Milwaukee^and Chicago M account of G. A. K En^^campment at Milwaukee. For full infor^mation inquire ofA. E Vkazie,
U.P. Ticket Ag' , Helena, or
FkedGkeenk, G. P , Salt Lake.
Helena Races and Territorial Fair.
Forthe above occasion the Montana^Central railway will sell excursion ticket*^from all point* on their line to Helena and^return at one fare for the round trip.^Tickets will be sold Aug. 24 to 81 inclusive.^Limited good to return until St.pt. 2, inclu^^sive.
Itshould be generally known that Dr.^Henley's Dandelion Tonic insures a^hearty appetite and increased digestion,^dispels nervous depression and low spirits,^overcome* lack of energy and wakefulness^and will m' use new life and strength into^the weakest invalid. Sold by K. S. Hale A^Co., wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
GA. R., Attention.
Forthe G. A. K. encampment at Mil^^waukee, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of one fare (SSM.tJO) for the^round trip: ticket* 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 day*.^Ticket* will be good to go via the North^^ern Pacific and return either via the Mani^^toba or I n^.ti I'aeitic. R.-memtier that the^Northern 1'a. ifi'- is the only road west ot^the Missouri river running vestibule trains.
Chas.s Pee.^G. P. and T. A., St. PauL
A.D. IKS^a. (ien. Agt-. Helena.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will *ell^harvest excursion ticket* from Duluth, st.^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round trip^(84X90). Tickets will be sold on Aug. 4^and 20, Sept. 10 and 24. and Oct. H. Ex^^treme limit t'urty days. Stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.D. ElxiAB, (ien'l. Agt, Helena.
Chas-S. Fee. Gen'l. P. A T. A. St-Panl.
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ffTQ5-7. _S\V tra5^Summons.
Inth^ TOstrtct Court of the rirst Judicial DI*^trlct of the territory of Montana, In and for the^county of Lewie and Clarke.
JohnA. ^ h\ter. plaintur, vs. Charles IlerS Gib.^b in, defendant
Thepeople of the territory of Montana, send^.rr^etintf i. ^ the above named defendant:
Yonare hereby required to as^i^ear in an action^brought airalast you by the above named plalctlff^In tee district cocrt of the flret judicial district of^the territory of Montana, la and for the county of^Lewis and Clarke, and to aaew-r the complaint^filed there n, within ten days (exclusive of the day^f service* after the service on you of this sum^^mons, if served within this county; or. If e*rvtd^ut of this c unty.but tn this district.within twen^^ty days .otherwise wt hln forty days,' r Judcment by^defanit will be taken acalnst vou, according to the^prayer of said complaint. The said action Is^iroutht to .btaln a decree of this m art asrainat^von In f s^ r of plaintiff, adjudirtne s certain deed^exersied by plaintiff to ton on July 81, IKSfi for^^K^ks 15, 1^ -J5, * 33, 34, 41, 12. 43, aod also^nocks A snd b, except lota L, 2, s and 4 In said^bit
fasseres* ao per cent, per annum ffrom July 31,^!Vsv and also to compel you to raconvey sals^it-tn lees t.. plaintiff, he hsslnc tendered you the^f all amount of said debt and Interest, and yon^htrtag refuse 1 to receive the same
Andj on are herebv I '.tilled, that if yon fall to^appear and sr.swr tee s .!d complaint, as above^-paired, tb -
nythousands nf cases
ofthose chronic weakness** and distressing^ailment* peculiar to female*, at the Invalids^^Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. x\,^has afford^^'1 a vast experience in nn-ely Adapt^^ing olid thoroughly testing- remediefl for the
jcure of woman's peculiar maladies.
Dr.Pierre's Favorite l*i c .^ rl i^t loss^t* the outgrowth, or n^lit. of this great mid
!valuable experience. Thousand* of testimo^^nials, received from patients and from phyas-
jcians vho have tinted It in the more agirra-
|vated and ot.stinate cases which had ImAled
itheir skill, prove it to lie the most wonderful^remedy en r . ,m-.i ' - ^' ^^ reuef mid cure of^suffering- women. It Is not pectrniniendi-d as a^^cure-all,^ but as a most perfect (ipecifle for
Iwoman'* peculiar ailiiienta.
A*a powerful, iiiviiroratliifr Ionic,^It Imparts etc Mirth to the wb/.ie system,^and to the womb and It* appendages la
Iparticular, ta overworked, ^won -out,^^run-down,^ debilitated teachers, ti iMmcrs,
Idressmakers, seamstresses, ~8liop-girls,^ bouse
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Iasan ai^|N-ti/.ing eonlial and restorative tonic^Aa a sooiliiii^ and strriimbrning
inervine, ^^I'avorire Prescription^ is une-
aualedand is invaluable In ailaving and sub-^uing nervcus excitability, irritiitiihty, ex^^haustion. ;in^stration. hysteria, spasms ana^other distressing, n rvous symptoms com^^monly attendant upon functional and organic^fll*^a*n of the womb. It induces r. freshing^sleep and reli \e* mental anxiety and de-^^ SP^n doner.
Dr.PI rr^' , Favorite Prescription^Is a legitimate medicine, carefully^i compnunde 1 i,y an rxpenenced and skillful^physieian, and adapted to woman's delicate^organization. It is purely vegetable in tta^composition and perfectly harmless in It*^fleets ia any co dition of the system. For^morning si. km us, or ncusea, from whatever^cause arisimr. weak ctomach, lnriig. ^t;on, dys^^pepsia and kindred symptoms, its use. In small
die--s, wiil [ri\,o e.y |M.n, fieial
FavoritePrescription^ |^ a poal-
Ive(tire for the tnort complicated and ob^^stinate case-.-, of leucorrhea, excessive flowing,^painful men-trust ion, unnatural but.pr.-seii.na,^prolapsus, or falling f the womb, weak back!
femalew. akin ^,** anteversi. .n. rt i reversion!^heann^ n e. nmttmm, t lit. ^ i e ^ v ^tion,^Inflammati m and ulceration of the womb, in^^flammation, pain nnd tenderness in ovaries.^acc.mpanie.1 with ^internal heat,
Aaa regulator and promoter of func^^tional acfi :. ut Hint critical pen -1 of change^from girl). ^d to womanhood, ^ Favorite Pro.^scriptinn ' i* a perfectly safe ren..-diai agent,^and ^^n prod'n-c only good results it t*^ciuaily cm us and valuable in its effect*^when tak'-n for those disorders and ilernnge-^mente im id- in to that later and m. t critical^Period, km.^ n as ^The Change of I. :e.
tavorfiePrescription,^ when taken^in cvmne. ; :.n with the use of Dr. Pierce *^(.olden M. lical Discovery, and small laxative^doses of Dr. Pierce* Purgative Pel Us (Little^I.ivit Pills', cures Liver. Kidney and ~^diseases. Their combined use also^Mood taints, and abolishes art^scrofulous humors from the sy-^**F^Torlic Prescription ^^mediem- : . e-om.-n. s. ^!d hy d:^a positive guarantee, frorr^gnotun rs. that it will giveaatista.^^ ' r it:. ;^ w 11 Is; refun le,i.^see has r^^. n printed on the y.ca^and faithlully carrf-d
f*B. aU In tb* Cltx Park s-lditioi to the ritv^ll-iens, Lewis and Clarke county, M T.,1 to be^the same having been executed by^ju to secure a d-bt of $3,M and lei-si
;alred.tbe said plaintiff will apply to the court^the relief demanded la h's said complaint.^Given nnler rr.y viand aud the seal of the district^court of the Pirn .1 -.dicta) district of the territory^of Montana. In an 1 for the county of Leans and^laxke, this Mh day nf Julv. tn the year of^our Lord one thousand eight hundred and'eU-htj^nine
(saau)W F. P^ RK1R, Clerk.
ByT A Caarsa. Dspc ty Clerk.^w^sna,Toon A Wamca. AUerneis for Plaintiff
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663 vxattn st, BflTiMl. W.JI-
ForStrains and Pains.
HEWAND STRONG FACTS.^^JkMMand Crutch. CsaalFalwa * Jax^^ ^^.^^wSsrsd wtak lllllsi* sack Sw tws awaaaSI
ralksSwlU car, aa* aratsa. was cars* kg SV
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R.S. HALE^ CO.
Deaisrslu Patent Msdlclae*, Fancy ToL*
'tjods,Lantern Lamps and Lamp Gooda, Glais^Paints, ulli. etc.* Surreal Instruments, Crutches^Braces, etc. Wholesale agents for Curo fo^1'oughs and Colds, Kirk s Pile Ointment, Wttche^.SiTopodium, Bosanko Medicines, Dr. Kilmers^Ketnedy, Daniellon Tonic Oregon Kidney Tea^Datard a Specific.
ORIS-LIKBIU A CO.. From the
Hedioaland Surgical Institute,^301 and 303 West 9th St.. Kansas^City, Mo., and 400 Geary St.,^San Francisco, Cal.
Forthe Treatment of all
Theabove long established and most successfu^specialists will open private reception parlor* at^tne southeast corner of Main street and Broad^^way, opposite Windsor hotel, Butte.
Beetfacilities, apparatus and equipments for^successful treatment of every form of disease re^^quiring medical and surgical treatment.
sixtytwo new rooms for patient*: beat accom-^m. Kladons west of New York.
Writefor Illustrated papers on Deformltlee^Club feet. Curvature of the s^plne. Piles, Tumors,^Cancer, Catarrb, Bronchitis. Inhalation, Elec^^tricity, Magnesium, Paralysis, Spllepsy, Kidney,^Bladder, Rye, Ear, akin and Blood, and all^ejurglcal Operations.
Diseasesof women a specialty. Book on dls^eases free.
Theonly reliable Medical and Surgical Institute^making a specialty of private diseases.
AllBlood Diseases successfully treated. Syph^^ilids P^ Ison removed from the system without^mercury. New Keetoratlve treatment for loss of^vital Power Persona unable to visit us may be^treated at home by correspondence, Ail comma^nlcatlons confidential. Medicines or Instruments^sent by mall or express securely packed, one^personal Interview preferred. Call and consult^us, or send history of your case and we will send^in plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^thousands cannot he cured of Private, ispecial^and Nervous Disease*, Seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhea, Impotency, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea,^^fleet. Varicocie, etc., etc.
PacificCoast Institute established for nearly a^quarter of a century. Corner of Geary and^Mason streets, San Francisco, Cal. Dispensary^and Drug Store occupying whole corner of block.
Firstclass rooms and Board for 300 patients at^tbe sanitarium connected with the
Liebig World Dispensary.
Callor address Kansas City, Mo. or San Francisco
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Wlmdow Awning*^and tbe latest Improved fixtures for hanging.
Canvasof all kinds and widths from -30 inches^wide to 180 Inches wide always In stock.
Tb*latest improved Camp Goods.^MAIM STREET. .... HELENA
Room10, Third Floor, Aauby Blocs,
P.O. Box 78% Helena, M. T.
Publicbuildings, churches and dwelling houses^decorated in the latest style.
Winfurnish designs. Decorated Hon, W. A.^Clark's sad M. J. Talbot's residences. Butts.
Scratchwork and Embossed Ornamentation^atented. a specialty.
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affairy stnctlr to *rohit^cturml Wort.^Plans aad sped flea Hons drawn. Work super^OFFICE^Pittsburg Block. Ilalsaa. Montana.
ChemicalLaboratorv.^J. T. OOVB.
Goldand SUver$1 50
Sliverg .Id and lead.. 2 OP
.S 00^,. 5 01
.5 00^.. 1 I
StrainedBark. Asaaasa. Okie Jaaa. It**,^aasaaw* wtak laiaiiSaasa* wet.i pais easy^acata us* cams ass* tws battles of It. Jesses^Sal vales coxa* a*, as pain Is sss T^ar
9mtIB Tears. Waeat*^aaa, Tax Jaxa M. -**.^Sa* sassrwt eat aa* aa hr STteia fws wtt*^skralasd back, as treakle wi k it asw. tws real*^EE* was cars* ky 1 Ji asks Oil I o rstara.
AtDEr/Gorm aw^ Cxaler^.
VmCHARLES A. VOQKLIE CO.. Balbsise*. Ma.
Attorneyand Oounaelor at Law,
Willpractice la all ceurts of record In las Tsr-
-lorv. Offles In Gald Block.
S,3. DUN ^ CO.,
Forthe protection and promotion of trade^Establlahed. in 1841 ^ 116 Office*.^nitkd States, Canada and Rtbopb.^Manager of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
Officecorner 6th avenue and Main Street
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights, including ores, promptly trans^^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and at the^depot. Orders will receive prompt at^^tention.
Co Bali St. an 1 Helena *t , Helena, Montana Every room s erst class front
Mainstreet, Helena, Montana. Business center of the city. First class. Ail street cars p^the above bouses. Many reetsu rants In close proximity stall prices. European Plan, Hoomi* I^TV. SJ.di, suits fl.fki per dav accurdlng to location. American Plan f l.^ to *AV1 per day. Spcla
'rates. No disreputable people allowed.
b.O. LENOIR. Prop, both h on*
Wehave received a car of the
Celebrated Silurian Waukesha-
InHalf Barrels, Ten Gallon Galvanized Iron Cans, Half Gallon
Bottles,Quart Bottles Carboneted, Pint Bottles Carbonated.
Wewill sell at same pi ices as the Spring Company quote, ac^^tual freight added.
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
sseeaansnsswBy Minors, ^alli-oas Oontrsetors. seal endorses! oy th* sublis In (snsrsl a* Ife^^Irengsst. aafsat ana Baal af all nigh sxolosi***
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO..
QHNHRALAOBMTS. HELENA MONTANA.
Doesnot slack when 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 Hand' Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
WALLPAPER AT C8ST TO^LOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
GILTS,15c r^er roll; former price, 40c^20c u 14MM 50c
25c 44 444'kk 75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
112and 114 Broadway.
HOWARDSBBRKK,st. P. WHITE,
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
(rwcoRPOavararj.)JOBBER8 AND DEALERS IN
GeneralAgents for the Bain Wagons, Whitley Steel Mowen^and Binders, Champion Mowers, Bonanza, Tigr-r and Hollings-^worth Hay Rakns, Oliver's Patent Chilled and Moline St' ^1 and^Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows, Concord Harness, Buggies,^Carriages, Road Wagons'Buckboaids, Carts, Horse Clothing,^Halters, Kob^s, Harness of all styles and prices, and Whip*!^A full linn of extras.
Cmn la V. H. Osemss.)
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Co.^.xmdence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Bes Accom^modations in the city. Rates Reduced; $2 pei ay an!^upwards, according to location of rooms.
DR.M. Gr. PARSONS.
Cor.Sixth and Main Strs.,^Over J. T. Murphy's Store.
PracticeLimited to Satirical aad Medical^at the Eye, Ear, Noss aad Throat.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONED003 NORTH OF THE GRAND CFjNTRAL HOTHIL