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Thenew coiintiliilioii of Montana, a^^officially reused for publication by tlie^conimiUee di-ifjnated by the convention^for that puri***', togfther with the ad^drew* to the vol. r-of the territory, will^lee published by Thi. Indeienden r I'ub^li.ihing coni[aiiy, the ollicial printer for^the convention, us soon as the com^^mittee has completed its work. The^committee has as yet held no meeting^for thin purpor-e and no authenticate*!^draft of the uew instrument is in exist^^ence. I'ttlchwork copies, made up from^various sources and full of errois and^inaccuracies, have been hastily thrown^together and put upon the mark-. I. but^they are incomplete and valueless. I hey^bear an alleged certiticate signed by a^person purporting to be. a convention^clerk, but no such person has been au^^thorized to give such certiticate. The^committee has not prepared or attested^any draft of the constitution. anJ any^representation to the contrary is fraudu^^lent.
NOTA iI I KK t OK M t It.
ThomasJ. Morgan, commissioner of^Indian affairs by appointment of resi^^dent Harrison, has set himself to the^tank ef reforming the Indian service, to^which end he has rent to one class of^employes of the bureau a circular letter^of cousiderable length inviting them to^become spies and informers upon an^^other ela.-se of employes. The Indian^agents are a-ked to say if, in their opin^^ion, the post farmers are ail that the^law contemplated they should be; if^they have a practical and theoretical^knowledge of farming: if they have^shown proper zeal in striving to interest^the limiaus m agriculture and giveu ev^^idence of the ^good management, hus^^bandry aud foresight iudispensihle to^good farming;^ if they are of a temper^^ament that would qualify them for their^duties, and many other things that can^be only matters of opinion on the part of^the person who is asked to testify. The^circular concludes as follows.
Withttieae consideration* in view. 1^wish to know whether, in your opiDior.,^the giHid nt me service would be promoted^eMentiaiiy by any change. If so Mi it^frankly and give your reasons for it.
Thejealousy of employes ^^f the^Indian bureau has been one of the most^serious obstacles to satisfactory results^at once for the Indian and the govern^^ment. The circular of the commis^^sioner will have the effect to Increase^that jealousy. A more mischievous^course could scarcely have been con^^ceived. No head of a business establish^^ment would pursue such a course, which^would result iu demoralization of his^employes. There are other methods of^ascertaining the facts than the one^adopted by Col. Morgan which, can only^result in making ill feeling between^representatives of the government who^should work together In harmony.
Andby the way. Isn't this Col. Morgan,^who is now seeking to reform the Indian^bureau, the same Thjmas J. Morgan, of^Khode Island, whom a court martial^sentenced to be dismissed from the ser^^vice for signing fraudulent master-rolls^^Is he not the same Col. Morgan who pre^^ferred false charges against the lieuten^^ant colonel of laM regiment, whom he^accused of ^:jwardiee In the presence of^the enejay^ Toe court martial which^trieai' the case found that the accused^deferred great praise for his conduct^en th* very occasion upon which Morgan^charged cowardice. If he is the same^Col. Thomas J. Morgan, the country will^scarcely be ready to accept him as a re^^former.
Ifthe president of the United States^would see the public service reformed,^he should take pains to select for the^work men of good reputation. The ap^^pointment of Col. Morgan to be commis^^sioner of Indian affairs is one of those^that should not have been made. Worse^than that, it is one of a gr^at number^that have created a very b ,d smelL
Cableconnections were missed on^Monday and Mr. K. B. Harrison's young^editor pat his foot in it. He said in yes^^terday's Helena Journal:
Therewere no fewer wool consumer* in^America in 1888 than there had been in^1887. or tn 1886, or in any other year. On^the contrary the population ha* increased^with each *ucc^-eding year, and with each^succeeding year the crop of American^wool ha* increased. It has increased re*^m *) 000.000 pound* in lsoi- to^I pound* tn 1880, and under the^care of our protective *y*'em the^imports of foreign wool within that sai^period bad advanced from 26 000.00s pounds^to but 70,000,000 pounds.^And yet it was only the other day that
Mr.R. B. Harrison's Live Stock Journal^punctured the young editor's soap bubble^with this pointed paragraph:
Woolought to command a good price.^Our population has in Teased at the rate of^1,900,000 per annum for the past five years,
and we havemore people to
cluthethan we had half a decade ago and^and 8,000,000 fewer sheep to furnish the^m-cessary wooL Of course, wool ought to^command a good figure.
Clearly,wool must be added to copper^on the young editor's list of forbidden^topics; and there are indications that it^won't be long before Steve Elkins, the^power behind the, Mexican lead men for^^bids any reference to that painful sub^^ject.
erily the organ hath many cranks.
Beforethe city commits itself by con^^tract to any water system a fair and^thorough expression of opinion should^be obtained from our citizens. The^tours of can^assers who are committed^iu advance to this or that scheme are of^no value whatever and their reports are^certain to be misleading. Petitions and^opinions by the ream can be readily^gathered in favor of any sort of a pro^^ject, good, had or indifferent. The gen^^tlemen of the city council should make^no hasty decision because clever pro^^moters may deluge them with names in^favor of a single scheme. There are^many and varying opinions among our^citiz-us as to the beet sources ef supply^and the beet means of securing control^rf them. Let them all be carefully^weighed before the dnal step Is taken.
Thereare some points on which there^is practically a unanimity of opinion,^one is that no contract should be made^with any corporation or company that^does not provide for the ultimate pur^^chase of the works by the city; another^is that it should be stipulated that the^city shall become the owner of the sys^^tem at cost whenever the water service^fails to meet the conditions of the con^^tract. A third and more important^point is that no contract shall be en^^tered into for a long term ^^f years. One^of the companies which started in with^the proposition for a twenty years' con^^tract is now offering to undertake the^work for a period of ten years. Prob^^ably five rears is as long as the city^might to bind itself to any system. If^ompanles can give us the abundant^now of pure water that they claim to^control, sufficient, they say, for a city of^1UU.000 inhabitants, they need have no^fear that they will lose a contract at the^end of five years. They would be able^to renew it, if they had served the city^well, on far more advantageous terms to^themselves.
Thecity is dealing with shrewd busi-^ii^men wh^^ know how to drive good^bargains for themselves, and the city^council should see that every safeguard^is adopted to the end that consumers^shall have a pure, wholesome and abund^^ant supply of water at a reasonable cost^and thatthey shall not be hampered by a^burdensome meter system, or left with^^out redress when they do not receive a^proper service. It theee terms cannot be^sun ly obtained, it would be far better^for the city to construct ita own water^system at once.
Themore closely the republican leg^^islative ticket for this county is scanned^the weaker it appears. There Is not a^man on it of forensic ability, not one^who could ever lead a debate or wage^successful battle with skilled parliamen^tarians. It is not enongh that a major^^ity of the nominees are reputable men^and good citizens. Questions of vital^importance to Helena and Lewis and^Clarke county will come before the next^legislature. We have Interests that we^must contend for with able, watchful^and aggressive opponents. Not a single^man on this ticket meete the require^^ments of the situation. This county^should have the foremost delegation in^the tirst legislature of the new state.^The republicans have not nominated it.^There was never a fairer opportunity^for the democrats. Will they rise to the^occasion and press their best men into^the service
Themorning republican organ la^^bored for three days on two columns of^brewer to show that The bBOTMHl^hull made **a fatal mistake^ in arraign^^ing its father's administration and then^-dodged agaiD. Even poor Hayes used^to have a friend here and there, but do^body offers any defense of Harrison.
-: :.am.!- how sensitive some people^are. When the directory canvasser* were^abroad .in Minneapolis a practical joker^who owned a line dog gave one of them^trie animal'* name, with the description^' colored, watchman,^ and it was so printed^tn the city directory. When the j-st was^di*coveted the tit. Paul paper* bad some^^thing to say about the baaiaof Minneapolis'^ca n. to increased population, whereupon^the Mm^^^'^poll* Tribune replied : ^With^^out attempting to justify this action of the^directory man on the ground that Minne^^apolis dogs are more intelligent and there^^fore better entitled to a place in the^directory than the average citizen of bt_^Paul, we will make soph reparation a* lies^within our power.^ And aome people in^^l^ Paul have taken the playful allusion to^heart, and are talking of boycotting ttie^Tribune and it* editor.
Afew complete file* of T Hit Ixdkpkx-^de5t containing a foil report of the pro^^ceeding* of the constitutional convention^can be had at thi* vfhee at S2 per set.
l.eWaa Advertlaiag- tho HeTeraare.^The other day a very pretty girl, dressed^in the nattiest and swellest kind of a gow n^say* an exchange, sat upon the pavillion at^Minnetonka beach, home one came by and^saw her and tied to the hotel. In about^four minutes a score of people were down^upon the pavilion. There was the girl,^and of horrors! she was drinking beer,^A pretty, handsomely dressed girl drink^^ ^^ :..-r It overpowering.^That is. the light was overpowering tn the^.^-^kers-nn. The beer had do appreciable^effect upon the girl. ^To think that a^nice looking girl like that would drink^beer In inch a place.^ gasped a fascina^^ting lady wbo has consumed quarts^of champagne tn the shadow of the porch^when sh- thought she was concealed from^^ight. Whether her horror was caused by^the fact that the girl would drink piain^beer or because *he drank it in daylight^and before folk* was not plain. Then the^lookerson sauntered down by the maid to^see what the bottle looked like. But the^pretty girl did not mind them in the least.^Then the crowd went back to the hotel to^talk it over and comment further upon the^girt. And the girl wandered off, too, very^unconcernedly. She draw* a salary from^the manufacturers of that beer, and a big^one. too. It is one of the cleverest and^most successful advertising scheme* of^late years. The girl comes from Miiwau^kee.
A renal* Hermit.
Hartford,Conn., special: On Wednes^^day an aged widow, who lived alone in her^house at Wlnthrop and Pleasant streets,^was found dead in her kitchen, having evi^^dently died at least two days before. She^had lived the life of a hermit and miser.^^he had no nearer relatives than cousins.^To-day two of the relatives, by the advice^of the probate judge. *earrhe^f the house
mZSETZESX*** ^^^ stock* of^the value of WO 000. So will was found.^ks^*male^afceei to be m existence. The^^mln^l^,^c.Ldep^,itod witn ^ trust^late, pending the settlement of the estate.^The relatives making the search axeHeie^ktah liaylord and John MTNewbeJrv of^thi* city. There are other relatives in the^state and the weat. Under the new collat^^eral inheritance tax law i per cent of the^value of the estate gees to the etate.
HOW THE WIND BLOV*^.
I'mafraid,^ said the delegate from^Wboopup, who had been unavoidably de^^layed in getting out of town, whither be^came to attend the republican county con^^vention, ^that our republican bosses are^carrying things too arbitrarily. Now^there's the case of De Leetry, whose name^the committee reported to the convention^in the list of delegates to Anaconda. The^count is a zealous republican, has a 'pull'^with the French (peaking section of the^party, and in intelligence is the superior of^six out of the eight nominees for members^of the house of representative*, but for^some reason he is obnoxiou* to the stronger^faction of the republican party. In mak^^ing up the list of delegates to Anaconda^tie name of De Leetry was Inserted and^included in the report of the committee,^which the convention accepted in due form^as read by Mr. Weed. But yesterday the^self-constituted bosses sent a committee to^Mr. De Lesrry to tell blm It was all a mis^^take, and that be was not a member of the^delegation from Lewis and Clarke. 'Did^De Lestry ^ubmtt,' do you ask ^ Well, not^exactly. He told the committee he had^been elected by the convention, whatever^may have been the intention of the com^^mittee, and he should present himself at^Anaconda and demand that he be given the^seat to which he i* entitled. So you see^there is a contest In prospect. The affatr^may be settled or it may not. Perhaps the^count can be induced to waive hi* claim in^consideration of a remunerative employ^^ment during the campaign. Watch and^see.
Justas a straw indicative of the figure^our legislative nominees will cut in the^bouse ol representatives if they should be^elected,^ said a republican who stood con^^templatively regarding, from the Montana^National bank corner, the nightmare in^^tone across the street that is alleged to^represent Atlas, ^I couldn't help noticing^that one of the candidates, Phil Manix,^wbo was chairman of the committee in the^county convention to select delegates to^the state convention, hadn't enough confi^^dence In himself to make the report to the^convention, but delegated the task to Mr.^Weed. What are we to expect of a mem^^ber of the legislature who feel* himself in^^capable of so trivial a task t It'* true be^may vote all right, but we want and should^have something more than mere voting au^^tomatons in the legislature.
Thenyou may do such a thing as to^scratch the legislative ticket^^ queried a^bystander.
Scratchnothing,^ answered the grum^^bler. ^Talent or no talent, we must have^the votes In the legislature at the coming^session, for it will elect senators and have^a great deal of work to do that will^strengthen the partv's hold in the state.
Consistency'sa jewel,^ observed a^Fourth-warder at the club last evening as^he called for two cards to fill with and ac^quiring thereby a bob-tail flush.
Seemsto me I've heard that remark be^^fore,^ said the real estate man who had^found himself the happy possessor of two^pairs. ^But what's the occasion of your^growl
Overin my ward caucus Thursday^night it was suggested that the name of L^A. Walker be put on the list of^delegates to the county convention, but^our friend the banker rubbed the^knuckles of one hand with the palm of the^other and said be didn't think it would be^just the thing to do, in view of the civil^service rules; a federal office-holder should^not take part in convention* or caucuses,^and all that sort of thing. Well, we're a^complacent crowd in our ward, and fell in^with the suggestion of the big banker. But^when tbe county convention met Elbert D.^Weed, United State* district attorney, was^there in all his glory. Kvidently the civil^service racket doesn't apply except in spe^cial cases. Wonder why tbe nonsense wai^sprung on Walker, who's a right clever^fellow and a close personal friend of Kussell^B Harrison.
Howdoes Tom Power strike you as a^candidate for governor ^^ asked a lay dele^^gate as he blew the foam from a glass of^lemonade, addressing himself to the dele^^gate from Kanchtown. ^It isn't as im^^probable a contingency as you might im^^agine. Col. Sanders doesn't often (peak at^random, and you'll remember that in the^convention Saturday, when some one nom^mated Power for state senator the colonel^said Power might be wanted for some^higher office, '(rovernor,' thought I^Well, here's another pointer: You told me^yourself the other day that Judge Knowles,^of Butte, wanted to go to the United States^senate, but Lee Mantle stood in the way;^tlat Mantle would assist Knowles into the^governorship if he found it necessary to do^so in order to carry bis own point. But^Knowles prefers the senate to the execu^^tive office, and last Saturday's fight in the^Butte convention has so humbled Mantle^that 1 question if he will be able to engi^^neer even a hand car in the Anaconda^convention, so that Judge Knowles is^likely to be withdrawn as a gubernatorial^candidate and blanketed until the sena^^torial race is called. So Tom Power may^have a walk over, if be chooses. True, he's^a Helena man, but hasn't he stores in half^a dozen places and cattle on a thousand^ranges^ Power is a possibility^a prob^^ability, 1 might say. '
Fewchildren can be Induced to take^physic without a struggle, and no wonder^^most drugs are extremely nauseating.^Ayer's Pills, on the contrary, being sugar-^coated, are eagerly swallowed by the little^ones and are, therefore, the favorite family^medicine.
Dr.F. D. Larke, of Kogers City, Mich.,^says the epidemic of last year in Presque^Isle county, In which so many persons lost^their lives, was choleric dysentery instead^of cholera as first reported. He used^Chamberlain's Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea^Remedy and say* it succeeded, where all^othtr remedies failed. Not a single case^was lost in which it was used. This^remedy is tbe most reliable and most suc^^cessful medicine known for colic cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea and bloody^flux. 25 and 50 cent bet ties for sale by H.^M. Parchen * Co.
sonalexperience just how good a thing it^is. If yon have ever tried it, you are one^of its staunch friends, because the wonder^^ful thing about It is, that when once given^trial Dr. King's New Discovery ever af-^mJK hold* a place in the house. If you have^never used It and should be afflicted with a^cough, cold or any throat, lung or chest^trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it^a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or^money refunded. Trial bottles free at K.^Uaie a Co.'*.
UlLUi,Oct, 7, 1887.^. was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and 1 consulted one of the best physicians^- Helena, whose prescription* failed to^...lev eme. 1 lieosnir alarmed, and at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's English Remedy for coughs, and^after taking it according to directions was^completely cured. 1 therefore cheerfully^recommend it.Jacob Switzu.
hada racking cough and inflamed^...oat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, aad was entirely en red by It. I^consider It a never failing remedy for a^cough.J. Fai.UBiBo.
Acker**English preparations are for sale^Helena only bv K. S. Hale A Co.
Therewas a terrible epidemic of dysen^^tery and bloody flux in Pop^ county, Il^^linois, last summer. As many aa five^deatb* occurred in one day. Messrs.^Walter Brothers, of Waltersburg, sold over^380 bottles of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea^Remedy during this epidemic, and say^they never beard of iu failing in any case^when the directions were followed. It^was the only medicine used that did cure^the worst cases. Many persons were^cured by it after tbe doctors bad given them^up. Twenty-five and 50 cent bottles for^sale by H. M. Parchen A Co.
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vrusof Figs I* Fiamaanl and ^ftaat'^a^Uaa eyrwa o* Flga Oeftat'natlo*.
Ma-wYoaa, Ann JO ^Bar stiver,
Copper^iule^; Lake, $1* OS.
Lead-Dell| domestic S-VW.
Therewas tbe same kind of * markat to-S^y aa^yeatenUr, dsllnasa being tba ruling feature, bat^the tons of tbe dealings was somewhat batter and^In a few cases material advances were scored,^though nactnaUons as a rale ware conAoed to the^same narrow range. Sugar was th* great fnature^at th* opening, which waa made at an advance of^I per cant, over last nlgh-.'s closing prlcea, the ef^^fect of the refoeal to grant an lnjuncUon against^th* declaration of the payment of dividends re^^cently applied for by the receiver of the North^River refinery. The market closed dull and fairly^^toady at th* beat prices of the day. Uovern-^menta dull and ateady.
Petroleumopened weak at 99\, aad] closed^dnll at Kta..
Moneyon call easy atper cent Prime
mercantile paper,Sterling exchange
dulland steady . sixty-day bUla, S4.e4* : demaad^$4 87V
'Governmentbonds, 4a, 12S: 414s 105*^^Northern Paclflc,preferred, ST, 'Oregon
Improvement,5SS4: Oregua Navigation, ^^^Transcontinental, :u s; Union Paclflc, 65(^.
Oatoaen,Aug. SO.^Cattle^Receipts. 10 000.^slow but steady; beeves, S4.50O4 65: steers, $i 00^O4.K0: atockers and feeders, (1 t^QA 10: cows,^huUs and mixed, (1.10(^1.25: Texas cattle. $1 75^^3 15; nativea and half breeds, Bl S34XS SB
HoesKecelots.9,000; 5c higher for good hogs;^mixed, a3 8^d4^0; heavy, $3 75^4.'J0; light,
hiieepReceipts. ''.fW; steady: native*, S3 Via^$4.80; western. |.1 4Htl.il): Texana, flA.V^I in
TheDrover*' Journal special London c* ^:e^ggam quotes heavv aappll-s of catUe b it a blink^demsnd Prices are cent higher. Medium to^choice steer*, IIS and 1.' cent* per pound desd^weight
t'ai'.aao,Aug. JO^1:15 p. m^Clone^ Wheat -^M.arte easier; cash, ^%; September, ^.i\. De^cember, H7\
Corn Steady; cash, V , : September, :^ 3-1K;
Oats-!-tee/1y; cash, ^ f it; September, 'Aim
PorkSteady; rash, $i ^-.^,.
LardMeady; September. fn.1V
rpruliarin conibln.ition, proportion, and^preparation of Ingredients, Hood's Sarsapa.^rlla |m^-r^n the curative value of the best^known rime- |J_ _ *J*^ SB** of the^vegetable OOQ S k I a (*!^^*^^Peculiar in its strength anil economy, Hood's^Sarsaparllla is the only meilicine of which can^truly be said, ^ One Hundred poses One Dol^^lar.^ Peculiar In Its medicinal merits. Hood's^Sarsafiarilla accomplishes cures hitherto un-
thetitle of ^The greatest blood purifierevei^discovered.^ Peculiar in its ^good name^at home,^^there 1* more of Hood's Sursa-^parilia sold in Lowell than of all otlict^blood purifiers. Peculiar lu its phenomenal
noother ^ CvUlldf pre] ^ration^ever attained so rapidly nor held so^steadfastly the confidence of all clas .^of people. Peculiar in the brain-work which^It represents, B'xxl's Sarsaparilla com^^bines all the knowledge which modem
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Canyou Imagine any ailment that will^make a good natured person so peevish,^dissatisfied. Ill-tempered and cranky as^biliousness^ There Is no reason what^^ever why any one should suffer from indi^^gestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver and loss of^appetite when Dr. Ilenley's Dandelion^Tonic, which every one knows is a certain^cuj-e. can be so eaaiiy obtained. Sold by K-^b. lisle A Co , wholesale and retail agents.^Helena.
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Forewarnedis not forearmed ia the case^of those who incur the risk of an attack^from that dangerous foe, malaria, unpro^^vided with a means of defense. But if^those in peril are aided, sustained and re^^inforced with the great fortifying safe-^K^d' H^^ttei *Stomach ^ ^ i^proline breeder of evils manifested in the^^nape of bilious remittent and emils and^^lak*'.' damb ^*nie. and the cal^^enture of the Isthmus and the Central^American coast, i* nullified and rendered^.l^.^'!**- Vur '^^^tern pioneer settlers^and miners, dwel.er* in tropic lowlands,^and visitants of and dwellers in malarious^locaiiti.-s in thi* country and many .gart^^ers of the globe, have for year* bam ac^quainted with the fact and are r.,t,^iatiiiy^provided with thi* unparalleled .lclouaive^medicine and remedy All dtausdatf of U*e^stomach, liver and buwaia, rtumsastic aad^kidney complaint* a*^4 rt,r^.iLaiiau. are^conquered by It
TheManituiM aa^4 *^^*^'*! a Cooual rail^ways will *wti r*t^.ua lickoU/. ..^l'aui and Mifa*vB**^MU Ui Hcieoa at t*e *j^on fara, u*^ tiia rAipd tn#. oa tita toU^w-^Ing da4e^ Autf 0U1 afed sou. aaat. lutfa^aad ^uu., Oct. at*. CruMd tkirtf San.^-lirpo.c. t^l.ucelc* will U allowed within^Hull ot UckeC
In.puriiieaof 11.e bluud nftru cause great^annoyance at Ihla asaauo; Hood * Salsa*ia^rilia purine* tbe blood, and cures a.^affecUona
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R.T. GAINES : HELENA.
Officecorner **h avenue and Main Street.
ChemicalLaborntorv.^J. T. GOVS,
atland Silver$1 50 Zlnc-
Wmmmmt an.: lead ^ ^ Tin .
T1 ^0 1 -
. 1 50
AMlaaaey at Our n.roas. Our a*a*aama^v_0^^achotara. Our Man of ^^na^ t^ **^^^ ^eta.
TheOnly Hational Standard.
Combinesthe juice of the Blue Figs of^Lahiomia, so laxative and nutritious,^with the medicinal virtues of plants^known to be most beneficial to the^human system, forming the ONLY PER^KECT REMEDY to act gently yet^promptly on the
FIDNEYS,OYER AND BOWEL*
Clear:-a; System Effectually,
Naturallyfollow. Every one i^ using it^a-d all are delighted with it. Ask youi^ci.uggist for SYRUP OK FIGS. Manu-^iac lured only by the
CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO.
WENDEL ^ STEIN'S
FormerlyM. REIMG'S.^Firsl-Class Quality
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the city on short notice^No. 105 Bridge street, one door above^M. Keinig's.
Sevenrears' experience In the General LanC^Office at Waahtnirton. D. C.^Bz^iertln all public land matters^Room 8, Atlas Building.
Dr.M. G. PARSONS,
Cor.Sixth and Main Strs.,^Over J. T. Murphy's Store.
PracticeLimited to hnrirtcal and Medical Disease*^of tbe By*. Bar. Nose and Throat.
Graduateof Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto,^Canada Treats all disease* of Horaes, i Mile^and Other Domestic Animal*. Dental aad Surgi^^cal operitlona caref-illy performed. Calls n,^mall or telephone promptly attended t*^. Office^at J. A Zelgler'* Llverv Stable, corner Wall and^Clore atresia, Helena, stont. Telephone SB.
VrrBBISABlBUHtlKOn,^O/PIC*^ Breea* Ptahar'* St,Mae, |*M SeJ
|Q warren St '^'^Hm it,
Attorneyana Counselor at Lai
MASONICTXstPuB HBLBNA, M.T.
Noticeis hereby given that the co-partaersMp^heretofore existing at Marysvllle, Montana tern^tory, between Michael .1 CarM* sad John A. Car^bis in the bitches business 1* thi* day dissolved^by mutual copseoje. Jobn A. Carbla retiring.
Thebusiness will be continued by Michael J^Carbla, who will pay all .ndehtedceaa of the late^Arm, and to whem all accounts will be paid.
JOHNA ^ Ah I.I-^MICHAKL 1. CAKBIS
Martavli:*,Mont. Ang. L 18B^.
SealedprnpooaJs will be rf eel ^ ed at t be office of^tbe city clerk, rooms. Holler block, until Satur^^day, Ang. 81, less, at 1* o'clock m , for one aerial^hi ok ana ladder truck, one four-a heel hose cart^aad 889 feet ofs-ply cotton hose for the fire de^^partment. The city reserve* tbe right to reject^anv and all bids.
Byorder of the city roancll.
JAS.a. PBATIIEKLT,^Chairman of Com. on Fire Oep't.
Attorneyand Counselor at Law
Willpractice in all court* of record tn th* Tar^rltorr. Office In ^^old Block.
C.A. PERRIN, M. D.,
Residenceand office opposite Kboolhouae on^Madison avenue. Telephone ^4.
Officehours from I to 3 P. M. and from S:S0 to^8 PM.
Inthe district court of th* tint judicial district^of the territory of Montana, in and for the county^of Lewis aad Clarke.
Metis***J. 1 uiford, plaintiff, v*. F. R. Pulford.^defendant.
Thepeople of the Territory of Montana *ene^greeting to the above named defendant:
Tonare hereby required to appear in an action^brought against you bv the above named plaintiff,^in the district court of the First Judicial District^of the Territory of Montana, In and for tbe county^of Lewis and C larke, and to answer the complau.t^filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day^of service) after the service on you of thi* sum^moot, if served within thi* county; or, if served^out of this county, but la this district, within^twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or^Judgment by default wiU be taken agalnet you,^according to tbe prayer of said complaint. The^^aid action is brought to recover decree and^judgment for a divorce, dissolving tbe marriage^contract beret..fore entered Into and now existing^between tbe plaintiff and defendant, upon^grounds set up and charged la tbe ccmplslnt, tc^-^wtt: Abandonment, wilfully and continued ah-^aence for more than one year: secondly, wilful^deeeruon and absence from the territory wltho-.t^any intention to return for over on* year: aad^third, cruelty, th* particulars of all which as to^each one of the grounds are set cut In detail in^the complaint.
Andyou are hereby notified, that If you fall a,^appear and answer the said complaint, a* above^required, th* Hid plaintiff will take judgment^by default, and apply to tbe court for tae relief^demanded in the con plaint
Qtvaaunder my band and the seal of tbe die^uict court of tna First Judicial District of tbe^Territory of Montana, la aad fur the county of^Lewie and Clarke, this Tut day of August, in tbe^year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
W.T. PARKER. Clark,^By J. A CARTER, Deputy Clark.^Leslie A Craven, Attorneys for Plaintiff
Territory.of Montana, County of Lewi* and^Clarke, ^*-
Intbe Justice * Court of Halena township, be^fore b F Woodman, justice of the peace
AlbertAielnschmidt, plaintiff, v*. J. W. Black,^dafurt***
Tbepeople of the territory of Montana, to th*^above named defendant, greeting:
Yonare berebv summoned to be aad appear^before me. b. F Woocmaa. a justice of the peace,^in and for tne county of Lewis acd I larke, at my^office la Helena, on Friday, tbe gist day of June,^A, D. ins. at 10 o'clock a m. of said day, then and^there to make anawer v. tbe comp.aint of Albert^Kleiner h mid t. tbe above named t Lair US. in a dvil^action to recover the sum of forty-six dollars and
fiftv-sixcents, for goods, wares aad merchandise,^sold and delivered bv plaintiff to defendant at tls^special instance aad request on or about tbe year^1SMI, and in default t*^dered against you. J^defendant, for lb* si^flfty-eix cent* and co
epccialtnstaac* ana r^q*^ an or about th* year^l*h, and In default thereof Judgment wUi be ren-^^ ST. Blac k. the above namec^a of forty six dollar* and^fifty-six rents and coat* of islt la thi* behalf ex
Qtvensmear ay hand thi* 14th gay of J uaa
Jsettee of the Peace of raid Township^T. P. Caasr. attorney for Plaintiff
S.K. Cor. Broadway and Pine,
Room4, orer Fred 6huner's^HKLKNA, MONTANA.
WaterWhite Coal Oil
At26c a Gallon,
ForSale bv the* Following^Dealers:
H.H. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
3North Main Str . Helena, H. T.
Doyon want a BARGAIN ia anything yoo^or use la th* line of
VisitH. TONS 8
BARGAINSthroajrhont the Kntlr* Katabllah-^ment A vielt will repay you
Attestfor Batterick s Patterns and HaII * Baser^Form*.
Msmlerof Ban PrnneUco Medical Society, alar^Nevada stale Medical Society
OfficeParchsn's enf store, corner abov* Mala^and Broadway. In trance on Broadway and Jack-^win. Helena, Montana Consultation! in German^and Bnrliah.
Tbeannual meeting of tbe stockholder* of the^Major Bndd Gold and Silver Mining company, for^the election of officers for the ensuing year will^be held at t e Cosmopolitan Hotel, Helena, Mon^^tana, on August 2^. i o'clock p m
GaORGK . WH1TKLKY, secretary.
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AllMeats of orjr Special Diamonil R cure are parked in M ^ it ana and have our^brand plainly burned into the skin.
TheTrustees of the Montana Wesley^n University having sub^divided certain portions of their very desirable lands, th^ pani*^are now offered for sale at reasonable rates and on terms couve^nient to the purchasers. The trustees, however, reseive the^right to advance the price without notice.
Theproximity of these lots to the great school renders then^^especially desirable as investments, and now is a proper time foi^persons to secure Jots on which they can build when they shal^have children large enough to need the higher education then iii^to be obtained. The situation is in every respect desirable,, ii.^the midst of a thriving, moral, intelligent and industrious con^munity.
Forparticulars, call upon or address the agent, R^v. R. E.^SMITH, who will take pleasure in exhibiting the attractions of^this ne-w and promising subnrb of our Capital City, and answer^ing all questions concerning prices, terms of sale, etc.. etc.
Wehave received a car of the
Celebrated Silurian - Waukesha-
InHair Barrels, Ten Gallon Galvanized Iron Cans, Half Gallon
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.HOWARD SUBURB.H. T. WHITE,TUOS. J. DAVIDSON.
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
(rxcoaroaaTBD.^^jobbers AND DEAL Kits IN
GeneralAgents for the Bain Waeons, Whitley Steel Mowers^and Binders, Champion Mowers. Bonanza, Tiger and Hollings^worth Hay Rakes, Oliver's Patent Chilled and Moline Steel arid^Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows, Concord Harness, Buggies.^Carriages, Road Wagons,Buckboards, 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.^2^^3 North Main Street, HELFSA, MOST
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
Havingleased the two upper floor* of tbe Davidson block and connected tb earns with oar alretd^immenaa *aleero^m*, we now occupy four entire floor* extending throneh the whole block trnr^Jecaaon to Main street, stocked throughout with goods of every grade acd at prtcea that defy coat**^tttton. Every purchase made STRICTLY FOR CASH DIllSCTLY FROM FIRfcT HAKDo ^^^^shipped la CAB LOADS ONLY. Aa examination o! goods sad comparison of prfees ^oltrtied.
J^-ujs^o Departm out.^PIANOS, ORGANS and MUSICAL MERCHADISl
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corns*^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
MASCFAtTTRlBAND DEALER 15
_virta* of aa order of
II oat of the District L_
J*Mll District ef Montana Territory, la aad for^-aty of Lewi* ana ^ larke. la la* suit of^Mil^! Lumber Company agataat Joaa McCarthy
mumiaan| m uv-w ac-- wi ^*N mm mum anw. OX
Uil Lumber Company *a*r**t Joan McCarthy^and Ana Mc arthy, ouly attested tie eta day of^July. A. D. W8*. I have levied spaa all the rtcfat.
-aftheaaldJ oh a McCarthy and^i and to the following described
titleacd ttie...^Ana McCarthy ia
aVosiataa'TwrrMory.vULet asm bar ntfl HjiiTiV^aa Meek asm bar Ave hundred and thirty-let t^nmt, of the Easterly addi tl. * to th* eeld city of^Helena, Lewi* aad Clarke county. Moataaa TWrl-^Ii mil l watt all and atn alar the etOldxace.
aWuar, a** hm* m
Hetoaa,Lewm end^lory. 1 will eaO ail^tbeeaie John ~
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
Lilttit and Heaw Harness,
Bits,Spurs, Quirts, Whips, La-he*. Blankets, Sheets, Dusters, Slickers, Nose Bairs,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boots and all other (roods usually kept in a flrst-elaaa bar^ne** -tore. H-nrl made driving harnew a specialty.
Opposite Grand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
PHILIPSBUBG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY'S H0TE1.
Bunon Both American and Buropean Plans.
SampleBooms for Commerrial Men.
T H. MOBSK. Pi^^^*^^
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTih
33and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T.,
Wholesale,and fV^trail Do^|..-e ,.
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Iron,SUjei, Horse and Mule Sbjes. Horee Kadis,^Steel Nall^, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose, Belting, Tinner s Stock, Force and Lift Pumps,^Gas Pipe and Fittings, Canmoter* . ..
*:^Aaaaa far IB* 0*^e^ea4aa
SUPERIOR^ and Famous 1 ACO N
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
Ajui W. Q. Flatter * Cincinnati Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cbests, Water Coolers^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, Gisst^and aueensware, English and American Cutiei v^Frenoh and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods ns,
Supplles,House FurnlshiDg Goods, Ktc . iw
MeesrboayU raapactrolly Urttma taa-.aU ane Inspect ta* LAMfcar-T ana atost tjaMMMi .
(VlfUSALE ASS RETAIL STOCK 9F COCDI I^ ffi
Oeaeesrrea. tea Oawatey SHM *^^ aaaalee -r,^^ .-^^^^,,.
CLARKE CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware,
andall High Explosives.^1J3 WORTH MAIN STREET.
Dogs,Dogs, Dogs, Dogs!
AllKinds of Dogs!
Bigand Little Dogs!
Theentries must be made this week to give^time to print the catalogue. PEDIGREE IS^NOT NECESSARY. The club will register^your dog in the American Kennel Gazette free.^Entry blanks can be obtained at Pope ^^O'Connor's and at F. S. Lang ^ Co.'s. or from^any of the officers of the club.
ENTERYOUR DOG TO-DAY, and help^make the show a success.
Isfar superior to any in the market.
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
vMlaer*. RaCeoaa Uentraetae*. ana ^neoeaee Beth* r lr^i In niiril a*^^Irene***. Ma feet an* aaat of all tt\gn ex^loa!*e*.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
GBNHBALAGFNTS. HBLHNA MONTANA
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE.^Stationery, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment of Notions,
JAS.McMIXLAN ^fc CO..
SIDES,SHSE^ PELTS, FTTHS, ^WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengarid Seneca Root.
SHEEPPELTS ^ furs a special.ty.
lOl.103 ft 1Q5 Second St Morth.SclNNEAPOLTS. :
bhipm-ntaSolicitedWrit* for Lirculi
u.S.Public Sampling Co.
CityOffice Removed to 8icoki^ National Bask.
Sampleeand Assays Made of all Ores. Consicrnments Solicited.^Samples of each lot Submitred to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
WRlTKKOR TKRMS. Telephot.. .No. ^1.^Paefflr and Montana r*)itr^.l r^flrt^ ^^ Innrtion
SaaapllnKWorka at Northern^TaJre Wrrtnr L|r ^i Wast
Thei-*iorieer ol trie ^reat Weet-
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Tb*OldMt. Moat B*)tabl* Lew din r nnrt-claae Hotr^l in th, 1^Ml,
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONBDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL