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THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, VEPVESDAY MOKXIXG. AUGUST 21, 1889.
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BYFRAUD AND FORGERY.
MPOSING ON MR. POWDERLY.
TheEndorsement by Knight* ot Labor^of Thomat F-urlong Said to^Have Been Forged.
AWashington special under date of^Autuit 14th, to the N^w York Word aaya^The reader* of the World hav^- already^been Informed that Kuaaell Harrison had^aet Ms heart upon securing the position of^chief of the secret service for Thomas Fur-^^ong, the celebrated detective ^ ho has done^special service for young Harrison, for^the Indiana republicans and for Jay^Gould. But the worst has yet to be told^Misrepresentation, frsud and for^er y are^among the agencies u^^-d to secure Fur^^long's appointment.
GeneralMasW Workman I'owderly, as^soon as be heard Furlong was an appli^^cant, promptly entered a protest with the^secretary of the treasury, in the name of^the Knights of Labor, but by represents^Uon^ from liussell Harrison and others he^was afterwards prevailed upon to modify^h:s protest. The two principal agents who^were employed to misinform and convert^Mr. I'owderly, were Moruaier D. Shaw^and W. H. Blake of St. Louie, who were^formerly known by Mr. PuMullJ to be in^good standing as member* and officers of^the K of ).. shaw was to be paid for his^trouble witn a ^2,Sou place in case of Fur^^long's appointmeut. Shaw visited I'ow-^derij. talked with him and paved the way^for the subsequent visit of Blake, who car^^ried with him - mass ot document* pur^^porting to be indorcements ot Furlotg's^. andidacy by district assembly IT *xrt all^the local assemblies of St. Louis.
Thesedocuments, their signatures and^the seals attached are now denounced as^audacious forgeries. The various assem^^blies whose signatures have been counter-^felted are preparing a case and will enter^a criminal prosecution anain-t the counter^^feiters. It is not yet certain whether Rus^^sell Harrison and Furlong can l^e made de^^fendants in t!ie case. Hut Furiong is not^likely to be made chief of the secret ser^^vice.
Aperfect complexion, free from pimple^or blemish, is very rarely set n, because^few people have periectly pure blood.^And yet all disfiguring eruptions are easily^removed by the use of Ayer's sarsaparllia.^Try it and surprise your friends with the^result.
(!.'lenienfrequently complain of their^barber shavirg tlit m too close ai.d the face^and neck breaking out into ouiiill pimples,^lfhutarcl's specific is applied to the face^immediately after shaving, no matter how^clo*e the shave, all soreness will be pre^^vented, sold by K S. Hale A Co., whole^^sale and retail agents Helena, Moul
Apsin in the back o tten leads to compli^^cated diseases that are almost incuralne.^Oregon Kidney Tea cure* the first and pre^^vents tLe lati^ r. It is purely vegetable and^is warranted and sold by K. s. Hale A Oa ,^wholesale and retail agents, Helena, Mont.
Nasalcatarrh is probably one of the^most disagreeable ailments that a person^can be affiicted with. If Dutard's Specific^is used w ith a douche or even snuffed up^the nose according to directions -morning^and t Veiling, a radical cure can in most^cases be ^fleeted, sold by K. s. Hale ^^-Co., wholesale and retail agents, Helena.
4hMint^er la 11 - foils, t holcra anil IHar-^rh.t-a KriuHjr.
Thismedicine can always be depended^upon, not only in the milder forms of sum^^mer complaint, but also for malignant^dysentery and cholera infantum. The lives^of many pt rsons, and especially children,^are saved by it each year, it is p'easant,^sate and reliable. For sale by H. M. 1'ar-^chen ^ Co.
Huikikii ^ arnica salt*.
Thebeat salve In the world for cut*,^brui.-ieii, s.t. s. ulcers, salt rheum, fever^aores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and poaitivo-^ly cure* pile*, or no pay required. It la^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^m ^:.-^'^^ r. funded. Price 26 cents per box^JTor til* ^ s Hate * f
Itchingpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree--^able itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion ot I^r. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acta directly upon the parts allec'ed, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^^tcbiug and effett;.:g a permanent cure.^Fifty c.-nta. Address The Dr. Boaa^ko^M^dirin^- eomtmUf, Piqua, O. tiold by H.^-S. Hale * Co.
asound Legal Opinion.
K..''.sintiridgc Muudy, Fjtq.. county at-^t.K.rnej. Clay county, Texas, says: ^Have^used Klectric Bitters with most happy re^^sults. My brother, also, vu very low with^malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured^by timely use of this medicine. Am satis-^tied Kits-trie Bitters saved his iife.
Mr.D. L.. vVilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky.^adds a like testimony, saying: He pos:-^tively Iwiievea he would have died, had it^not b^vn for Electric Bitter*.
Thisgreat remedy will ward o^f. as well^as cure all malarial diseases, and for a11^Kidney, Liver, and Stomach Disorders^stands uneoualed. Price 50c. and $1, at K.^S. Hale A (Vs.
ButteRaces,^tin account of the races at Butte Aug.^l^th to 20th incluaive the Northern Pacific^railroad will make a rate of one and one-^tiflh fares for the round trip from all points^between Billings and Missoula inclusive to^Garrison and return. The Montana Union^will make a similar rate from Garrison to^Butte and return Tickets will be sold on^Aug. IH'h to 24th Inclusive, good to return^until Aug. 25tn inclusive.
Chas.S. Fee.^G. P. Jt T. A., St. Paul.^A. D. Et^oak, Genl Agent, Helena.
Trienniar*ConclaveKnight. Templar,^Washington, D. C.
TheUnion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C, and return, for the^above meeting, at U^e rate of 87* ^i lor the^round trip. Tickets will be on sale from^October 1 to 4. inclusive, good t/oiug until^October tt; good returning in trunk line^territory until October lb; final limit, Octo^^ber 21.
A.E. Vkazie. Passenger Agent.
CommencingJune Sand continuing un-.^til Sep- 27. the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one fare for the round^trip from Helena to Livingston and return,^on the following conditions: Passengers^to purchase a round-trip ticket to Livings^^ton and either a 530 or 5-40 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's^hotels. For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D Ei^ar. General Agent.
KnightTemplar's Conclave at Wash^^ington.
Forth^ above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of $74 66^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Ticketson sale Oct, 1st and 2d only: going^passag* limited to Oct. Hth. extreme limit.^Nov. 24tQ. Slop overa will be allowed,^on return trip west ot St- Paul within^limit of ticket.
Chas.S. Fkbv. ^. P. A T. A, St PauL
A.D. hoo ah. Oen. Agent. Helena.
Knight*Templar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C^The Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of S70.46 for the round trip, Helena to^Waahlngton and return. Tickets will be^on sale Oct 1, 2 and S, good for going pas^^sage* for trains reaching Waahlngton Oct.^^^ extreme limit for return Nov. i4 Stop^over* will be allowed on return trip weat^of St, Paul within the limit of ticket.
HarvestExcursion Rates.^The.Nortnern Pacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion ticket* from Duluth, SU^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round trip^, $4* v*j. Ticket* will be sold on Aug. *^^and 20, sept. 1U and 24. and Oct. 8. Ex^^treme limit thirty daya. Stop over* al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.D. hi..- a h. Gen l. Art., Helena.^Chas. S. Fe*. (ien'l. P.4T.A. St. Paul.
G.A. R., Attention.
Forthe G. A. R. encampment at Mil^^waukee, the Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of one fare t$*^.fl0) for the^round trip; ticket* to be on sale August 21^and 2K, limited to continuous passage for^going trip, with Hop-over privilege* on re^^turn trip. Extreme limit, *ixty day*.^Ticket* will be good to go via the North^^ern Pacific and return either via the Mani^^toba or Union Pacific. Remember that the^Northern Pacific is the only road we*t of^the m ^s -r. r: .er running vestibule trains.
Chas.S. Fee,^G. P. and T. A., SU PauL
A.D Edgar, Gen. Agt., Helena.
LowRates to Milwaukee, Wis., via^Montana Central Railway.
Forthe G. A. R. encampment at Milwau^^kee the Montana Centra, railway will^make a rate of one fare i^5^.^0) for the^round trip. Ticket* on sale August 21 and^23, limited to continuous passage for going^trip, with stop-over privileges on return^trip. Extreme limit sixty day*. These^tickets may be interchangeable and used^by opposite route returning. Remember^that the Montana Central is the Scenic^route of the northwest and run* through^solid trains to St. PauL
HelenaRaces and Territorial Fair.
Onaccount of the Helena races and the^exhibition of the Montana Agticuitural^Mining and Mechanical association, the^Northern PaeUte railroad will sell tickets^from all points in Montana to Helena and^return at rate of one fare for the round^trip. Tickets will be sold on Aug. 24 to 31,^inclusive, good returning until Sept 2.
W.D. Edgar, G. P. A T. A., SL Paul,^(ren. Agt., Helena.
TheUnion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion, tickets from Helena to^Milwaukee on August 21 and 23 at rate of^one tare (S^H.60) for the round trip, limited^to sixty days returning;continuous passage^going, but stop overs allowed at any point^within the final limit returning.
Theabove tickets are good going or re^^turning via Chicago.
TheUnion Pacific will ^**^ sell these^tickets good to return via Northern Pacific^or ManiToba and Montana Central Rya., or^via their own line, to suit the purchaser.^A. K. Vkazie, Passenger Agent.
SodaSprings, Idaho.^The splendid, new Idanha hotel erected^last year at Soda Spring*, Idaho, is now^open for the season under the direct man^^agement of the Union Pacific railway.^This hotel is first-class in every respect,^with all the modern conveniences, and will^accommodate comiortably several hundred^guesta.
Themedical springs which abound about^Soda Springs are noted for their curative^properties and many remarkable cures^nave been recorded. Splendid hunting and^excellent fishing is to be found a few miles^from Soda Springs. Good livery and guides^always to be had.^For further information address,
E.L.. Lomay.^Gen'l. Pass. Agt.^Omaha, Neb.
ButteRaces.^The Montana Central railway will sell^excursion tickets for the above occasion at^oue and one-fifth fare for the round trip,^Helena to Butte and return. Ticket* will^be aold August IV to 24, inclusive, good to^return up to August 25.
hicago^ Northwestern R. R. Co.
TheS'.ort Line to the East has 6.000^^tiles of first-class, equipped road running^through l.,:nois, Wisconsin, Nebraska,^Kansas. Minnesota, Dakota and Wyoming.^Direct connection* at Denver with Deov. r^A Rio i.rande for Chicago and all points^east. Finest Dicing Car service in the^world, solid veslibuled train from Denver^to Chicago.
Onefare for round trip to Milwaukee^and Chicago on account of G. A. H. En^campment at Milwaukee. For full infor^mation inqii'rv otA. K Vea2IK,
VP. Ticket Agt. Helena, or
FredGkekxe, G. P., Salt Lake.
ASure Care for PUa*.^Dr. Kirk s trerman Pile Ointment has^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pile*^when all other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumor*, allay* the Itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment is^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box is warranted. Sold by dnuKiata or^a*nt by mail on receipt of pnoe, JO cents^and $1 per box. so d by R. S. Hale A Oo.,
SundayExcursions.^The Montana Central railway takes^pleasure in announcing that it will make^the low rate of one fare for the round trip^between all stations on their line on Sun-^da; . Tickets will be good going and^returning on that day only. This affords^the public an excellent opportunity to visit^their friends living along the line of the^Montana Central road, also to view the^splendid scenery for which the road is so^well known.
Thisus a (.reek word, signifying just the^opposite of dyspepsia. Few Americans^net d to have the meaning of dyspepsia ex^^plained, but all would like to get ^eupep-^sy.^ One can, if be chooses, swallow^drugs a* a remedy, but we think there is a^much better way. Much dyspepsia results^from ill cooked meals, eaten hastily in the^hurry of travel, and digestion is further^impaired by ill-temper and vexation pro^^duced by rough-riding railroads, uncom^^fortable cars, slow time, and missing con-^nertiona. To produce ^eupepsy' take a^vacation trip on the ^Burlington^ to Chi^^cago, St. Louis, Kansas City or Denver.^You will traverse the most beautiful coun^^try in the west, be served with the finest^meals on palaital dining cars, rest at night^in the most luxurious Pullmans, and be^treated with courteous attention. For^tickets, rates, etc., call on J our local agent,^or address W. J. C. Kenyoti. ^t Pau:.^Minn.
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.
TheUnion Pacific railway company will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^BlurTs, Omaha, sl Joseph, Leavenworth^and Kansas City to Montana points on the^following dates at one fare for the round^trip. S48.90: Aug. A and 20, Sept. 10 and 24,^and Oct. fe; extreme hmit thirty days from^date of sale; stop-over privileges allowed^returning.A E Vkazie,
Pass.Agent-^Helena Races and Territorial Fair.
Forthe above occasion the Montana^Central railway will sell excursion tickets^from all points on their line to Helena and^return at one fare for the round trip.^Tickets will be sold Aug 24 to SI inclusive.^Limited good to return until Sept. 2. inclu^^sive.
Cough! and ('oaf h !! and Cough I! 1
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying Inferior medicines when Beggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once * This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it. For sale by all druggists.^H. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agent*.
Bidsfor th^ ronttraedoa of a ooar.tr rnsd from^lh^ north ^*t clt . limit, to Hroad^ ,t*r^ Hotel, a^^t-tanre of about on^ mils, will b~ ncrtrH nntl'^^ noon Moaday. s^pt^mta^r *, 1-W. ^'r**a^ aw*^^Declaration* ma; be seen at this^should be sealed and anal wed to^clerk
Bjorder of the Boar4 ot Commtsstorjera.
J^ TUOKER, Clark^Dab a Helena, Mont , Aax A^. 1**
ataSJa*la hereby gteea that the aannal meeting,^of the stockho.dem* the Independent PabaaV^Ing ^. ompaay will he h-ld at the office of the^comranr. Mo. IUS Broadwa), Helena Montana, on^M or J\j the second day ot September. 188*. com-^tu-nrln* at 4 olclock ; -v, for the (arpese of^electing trustees and for '*^ ~^oth-r baelaaas at may V , r
aneat.A w. lv MAN,
Tb*nartnerehlp heretofore, extsttrif^Wiluam Harrt-on and Jams* Ball at Helena^M. i-tana, under the arm nam* ot ~^^Company and Ball ^ Hurls^, h^dlasoieed hv mutual conse-it by Ji^lag. Mr. * m. HarrUeo will cos^MM of the Arm and reelect all^counts aad pay all debt, of law. firm.
Datedat Missoula. Mo-t,. Aag ^, MB*.
ITIinamrlby John ^.
Thearm of Gerlach A Oabatch has^aaotvae. Mr tjerlarh will rocK^collect all account* das Mm late asm^debts of the late fir..
CHARLB8OABISCH^PHILIP ^*a^LACH.^Moat, Aag T.iam
TheCelebrated French Cure,
ItSold oh a^P08ITIVE^guarantee
tocure any^formof nervou*^diasAae, or any^t^^ ol the
^aSt.or^^***^Sa^^kv ^:^T^*^ ^ n.-x wnetuer ar- -^B^F0PE .- i i h sa t. - AFTtfl^ex,, ,ise of stimalauta. Tobauo or opiaxn.^ortbro.igh youthful iDdiacretion. over indulg^^ence, Ac., loch at Lots of Brain Power, Wakeful^^ness. Bearing down Paiun In the Ba. k. Seminal^VI eakneas. Hysteria. Serroat Prostration Nocturn^^al kmiasion*. leur,.nrbosa. Iiiuinem. Weak Mem^^ory. La**** Power and Impotence, which If **^^fleeted often lea l to prematureoldaireand Intan-^itv. I-nce tl 00 a IxtxM boxes for 15 00 bent by^maiT on receipt of price.
aVt KITTf n ^. I IRAMEE for every 15 01^order, to refund the money If a Permanent^cure l^ not effected Thousand! of testimonial*^from old and young, of both sexes, permanently^cured b^ APHRoniTina. Circular free. A^1^irett^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WESTERNbb4wch.^BOX 27 POKTLANP. OR^Isold by R. 8. Hale A Co. wholesale and retail^erugwists, so.a areata for Helena, Mont
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tneunaledaa a Lit I k PHL, IM~ s net^ar.Ba-. OM I'llll I a .
SMALLEST CHEAPEST. EASIEST TO TAKt.
Bewareof i:n;tHt i.,ns. isnitMininir Poisonous^Minerals. Always a^k for Dr. Pierce's Pellet*,^^hn h arc little .-utrHr-.^^ .ut, d Pills, or Auti-^jalioos Qrnataweay
BeingPurely Vearetable, I^r. Pioncs^Pellets operate with.tut diaturnanc^ to that^system, east, or ik , ui-atior.. Put up n g-laas^vials, hemt. t-,^ili^- neal.si. Alwnva fi h and^reliable. They ar* a crcntle lawsrtlyt or an^axti\. purgativtt, ac-is.nlmK to slu- c dose.
HiI toiia Headache,^DiExlueaa, conat I pa-^tlon, Indigestion,^Bilious Attack*, bud^all dcraiiacttieuta off^the monacb and^bow e la, are^relieved and iterman.-nt Iv^cuissi by the nee t Dr. Fierce'* Pleasant^Purgative Pellet*. In explanation of thc^remcshal |*^w^ rol those Pellets over so gn at^a vani ty ..f discasra, it may ti utl,folly be said^that their notion u|*^n the system is univer^^sal, not a aland or tissue eaeaVina their sana^^tive influence. Sold hy druirtriMa. for iS cuts^a vial. Manufactured at the ( h. micai la%%^^oratory of ^,V^^kl.i^'^ IIispessart Menu *i.^Association, No. tW! Main St., HorTalo. N. Y.
iaoffered hj the mannfactor-^^r. Vi^c'^ Catarrh^llcnii'i), lor a ,a#' aj^^ Itarrw in the Head
ehiehthey cannot cure.^B1 r||^Tff^TIS Ol ( 4tuirh. Pull,
heavyli-4i,!a,'he. f.lattrtietion of the nasal^pass.i- s. li^i ioirrri* falling- from the bead^Into the t uoat. soineriincal profuse, watery,^and a- rid, at otfM'i-s. thick, kewavcaCHaa, mucous,^purulent. 1.1.^^dy and putrid; (no ^ yes are^weak a-i-l watery: there is rintnnir In tb*^ears, ^ irnetnv h.vklng or eoughiiig to clear^the throat. ^ \ \^ - t..ration of offi nsive matter,^togeth, r w:iti avatar from atatMjaa; (he voice^is chanir,,! and has a ^nas.,1 twang^; the^bren::i is offensive; smell and taste are im^^pair), there is a sensation of dizziness, with^mental depression, a be, King cou^h and gen^^eral di-bility. (inly a tew ol the above-named^symptoms are lik Iv to la^ pps.ni in any one^oase. Thousands of oases annually, without^manifesting half of the aho\e symptoms, re^^sult in consumption, and end in the grave.^No disease is so common, nmp. dacautile and^dangerous, or leas iiiiilt nttood by physicians.
Byits mild,sootliina*. and healing properties.^Int. aage's Catarrh ll.-nnsly cunt* the worst^f Catarrh, ** fold in the Head,^^Coryxa, and ^ alarrlial Headache.
Soldby druggists e\erywhere: ft* cents.
Intold Agon) from t alarrli.
Prof.W. HtrsNER. t'.io famous mesmerist,^of Ithocru A*. T., writis*: ^Some ten years ago^I suffered untold agony from chronic nasal^catarrh. My family physician gave me up as^mcuralilo, and sai l I must die. My case was^such a bad one. that etc rr day, towards sun^^set, my voice would l*-e^^tie so hiairse I could^barely speak above a whisper. In the morning^my coughing and clearing of my throat would^almost, strangle m^\ Ity the mi^ of Dr. Sage's^Catarrh Remedy, in threat months, I was a well^man, and the cure has be, u perinaDetu.'*
ConstantlyHawking and Spitting.
Tiiovasj. Rushing, K^i.. ffW4 Pine fUrret.^S^. /.-..iia, Afo., writ*^: ^ I v.as a great sufferer^from catarrh for three year-*. At tinasj I could^haplly bp-at he, and was constantly hawking^and spitting, and for the last eiirht month*^could pot breathe through the tiostrils. 1^thought nothing i-ould be done for inc. Lrek-^ily, I was advl* d to try Ur. Sage * Catarrh^Komedy. and Ian now a well man. I la lieve^ft to be the only sure remedy for catarrh now^manufactured, and one has only to give tt a^fair trial to experience astounding resists ana^% permanent cure.
Acompl. to Treat!** oo Cat-^^., giving val^^uable hint* as tc wucainar. diet, and othei^nation) of lmoortaUaoe, will bo mailed, ^s.*t.^oaid to any . Idroaa, on receipt of * i.wo-oen*^aoatagc ita,np. TiMiiita.
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- M*aa*aa *^, ^ I
UeWnn Montana. Feb. i ^. 1889,
Ihrrrhy ^*^ rtify that n ^ tn of^finnvfr Raking /V^%vfiVr, ;ina/y*^*f/ hy^mr tht* *layt fi*n/*ists *^f vhrmirmlly^l^urt' Crvam Tartar an*l hc^t Sodu,^and contain** ut^ ^rtht r ; ^.-^ ^/n nr*^ of^avy k . u i.
A.V. HAXT),^Assay rr ami CU^ mist.
k.UMlltt| A Co M.-sws.clmn. * f ,C*l.
AWomas'sFace Is Her Fortune.
Aftera few days' use will Permanently Remove
allB: tehee. Botes. Pimple* and Freckle*, pro^^ducing *a Entrancingly Baautiful Conxplaaion^that shames the use of powders and creams.^Wa: ranteo pertrcUy harmless Mid by all lead-^in.- druggist* at $1 oo per hex of 100 wafers.
OR.SIMMS' SAFE PERIODICAL WAFERS^are anae and reliable for all female lrrer alaritle*^t rice ta.OO per box. S^^t hy mail (secure' on^receipt of price. Warranted to contain so^^Tansy^ or ^Pennyroyal.
THUMLERa CO . S3 Chambers 8t., New York^H M Parches A Co, ^. Amenta, Helena.
Aguaranteed cure for til nervou*^disease, each ae WB. K MBM^UKV, LOSS OK BRAIN POWKB^Uvsterla, Headach, 1'AFM 124^THE BACK. NBRVOl f PROS^^TRATION. WAKiFULNKSS,^LBTc ORKBCEA
las5.itii^.SKMINAL WSAK-^KXsS lmpoteacy aad geayeral^lose of p..wer of the (ieaerat re^OraSEaa, la either sex, case* hy^uidlecretlon or over-exertion are:^which ultimately lean to PR*-^MATl'RB OLJ^ aOB, I.NSAM-^TT and COsSl MPTIoSi ^l a Takirif,
boxor alx bcxee for $5. B*ot hy *
ana*on receipt of prtca. Fall parttculai* t^pasaphlet, sent free to every applicant,
IIi.i ih (Mlf ^IX BOXKS^to cars any caw*. For every $i order raceearsl, we^send all boxes, with a written guarantee to rw-^fnaat tb* money If oar S,ea4c doe* not estect *
Awoltl******' .s^iaa.t,u Mana-^TEBMC KKAV MBDICHiB OO,^Kaaaae city. Mo^hy B. M. Paacaaa * Co.
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
wideto IX tacts* wide always la
Tb*laftsst lm proved Camp dooda.^MAIN STRUT. .... aiLIM
WEAKAitf ice Free I Btw Ulctl
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TtaWaaaSaC^Z2~k'^T' ^^^ ^*d.^ri***- 8**i*^^UaWKsaawW SMSsTTsTe* ^^^eaVTaawT'aW ^w^.
Paidin Capital - - $150,000^Surplus and Profits - 140,000
LH. HERSHFIELD, P^es'l^As. J. DAViDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cwh'r.
ao*noof ante Tout
THOMASCRUaa, M. SAliUB,^8. B. BCHTLI^,W O. sTICBOlaAa.
Aj DAVLDaOH,SUMUS ^ORRIS,
CH. URRSHFIBLcJ, A. HJaBSBFlaUJD^W. a HCDMAU,
Collections Receive Pro an pi^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui-^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit^^Left for a Specified Tiane.
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Prind^pal Cities of Europe.
L.6. Phelps, Vloe-Pres. aad Act. Cash'r
S.B. AtkinsonAssistant Cashier
a.6. Clarkx, Herman 8anb,^h. k. Galen, Peter Larson,^C, W. Cannon, B. C. Wallace.^S. C. Abhbt D. a. Cory.
PaidUp Capital, - - $75,000^Surplus and Profits - - 20,000
InterestA11*weal oxa'Tiave Deposit*.
E.D. EDGERTOnI T President^c K, cole, : : Vice-President^i.KiiKfiK B. CHILD, : Cashier^jok x. kknck, : Assistant Cashier
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFHELENA,^incorporated Under the Laws ot Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAKTKRVice President
Allows6 per cent Interest on Savings^Deposits, componnded January and July.
DealsraIn Psteal Medicines, Fane; Tol.s^Ooods, Lantern Laarpe aad Lamp Goods, Olala^Paints, OUa, etc.' Ssrglca) Instruments, Crotches^Bracoe, etc Wholesale a.acta for Com fo^^'iiaeha and Colds, atrk t Pile Ointment, Wltche^Jtamodlnm, B^w-.ko Medicines, Dr. Kilmers^Keaiedr, Dind-lioc Ton'x. Oregon Eidaev Te*^Dotard t ^ped^c
*a*aaat ^ ^^,. aaV baauraat^Tat Bear * i *r,*^^aorrect Shape.
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT
Iftoo want perfection in fit. with rrredoat from^eomsani all discomfort ^ou will always wear^O.e Burt A Packard Shoe. It U arkiwwIadM
aathe -* -^wuthe f^md ^ ,Naf aad aaaat a%Sa*^man ^ ^h.ai ma le in the world.
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castori*
muaaa-im^ suid vi.ur ailirCM t
Packardit Field, Brockton, Mas*. Soai *^FRED GesfVER, HelenaMont,
Allkinds of merchandise and other^fTeljrhta, ineladtnjr ores, promptly tran.=^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Peldberg's Store and at thr^depot. Orders will reeelre prompt at^tentlnn
Room10, Third Floor. Aabbj Block.
r.O. Box 7%, Beteaa, M, t.
Pabate batldlara, cL arches sad ilasHlin hoosss^decorated In taMlstsst styls
Keferesnss:Bob W. A. Clark aad Kr. M. j.^Telbott. Butte: Hon Sam Word, Mrs. 8 T.^Hanerr, Mr. T. R. Wallace, Mr Job* C PaaAtsa,^Helena.
Scrateliwork aad Embossed Or*^atented. s apselaltT
9owmc. rauiaaa.i i inonxu
ttlixfStrKttf to irohrfctunU Wort.
Ftaasaaat awarlfcarirai, axawa. Work^rltac
AMetal**, architects, NflssJty Block. Tbs^raght *0 rr^ct awr aad aU ha*t Is rssei led.
CH.FLEISCHER.^I . STEIWMETZ^J. ADAMS.^F ECTHAL.^F. S' HIMPF
ADemocratic Stats Convection will be held at^Aaacooda oa Monday, Aa^ast St, at nous, 18**,^bar tb* parpoas of nominating a cand!data for
iraor,kscrstarjr of State,^', State Auditor. Attorney UsBeral,^of Public Instruction, three Jos^^tles* of the supreme Court, aad such other ofacers^sa may be provided for by law, tbs appolatmsnt^of a Stats Csatral Committee and a act ,,otba*^business at la their lodgment is for tbs best in^^terest of Montana.
Theseveral Co oa ties will be entitled to tne fol^^lowing representation:
Beaverhead7 Lewis and Clarke.... 37
Chotsao7 Madtaoa 7
.... * Meagher 7
.... MMIssool* IS
5 Yellowstone 4
....lz| 174^Tbs 1 Democratic Committees of the several^conntaa* will call conventions In their ssvsrai^counties for tbs purpose of electing delegates and^alternates to tb* above convention.
Byorder of the Territorial Democratic Centra^CommitteeA. J. Davmsoa, chairman.
WaWaixacB, Jr.. secretary.
HELENA.MONTANA^IRON AND BRASS
ikonfronts A heavy MILL caju11msj|
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Cbstoria
_JjKVw.^*^ta* my ^^ttr^ ^*ock of - in^ nil^goods for sale at wmnaatli ratsa Ujommmtx^Piano. Bookcass. Sewing ktachlrve. Bsaroo
Suit.Stoes. Otroet. Tsbls. Chair*. Etc.^Corns aad see what are bass. Tb* entire stork^mnst be disposed of by tb* latter part of the
B.E. SMITH.^Cnraa* Elcktb Aveans and H, back Street
APOSITIVE t0^T or '*JXTjrO MAJTH00D^SrWSIIIH Oeaaral aad BSRVOU8 BMIIITT
*J*J ^*-*^^*-' of Errors arExeaasaaUaUsr 4ai
^a^a^.y.n. IKmainMl, ^^,^e-^. tars to taaaeaVS
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$3,500buyn a ledge of hematite iron,^tJaxiug, lime stone ^Dd water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad.^^8,500 buys 440 acres of fenced laud, and^all appurteuancee for sheep-growing^burliness, with right of the oldent^and beet range in Montana, twenty-^fire by sixteen miles in extent. Also.if^wauted. 3,500 bead of sheep at $2.50^will go with the range. Wood, water,^grass and shelter plentiful.^$1,100 buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest In 320 acres of coal land by a^railroad uear Butte, containing three^dinlinct veins of good coal, respect^^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet in thick^^ness.
Also,tine building propositions in the
businesscenter of Butte,^For sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS ^ CO.,
REALESTATE A MINIMI, BROKERS,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M. T.
Ave.Telephone No z^*5.
Opsnday and tilght. Finest stock of goods in^Montana Bodies preserved any length of time.
J.B. SSNNBTT Manarer.
CornerBroadway and Warren strwt.^Opposite C. 8. Assay Office,
THOB.O'BKIS^i dk SON, Propa
NewlyFitted and Mew!, r-.mlehed throTur.hor.i^Ladles aad Gents Baths, Harbsr Shcp, Bar arc^Bill art Hall, with all Modern ln.[ rovsms^ to..
Witha pedal accomodations for Commercial^Travelers.
BrsRl NrJ TO AMD FRO* ALL TRAINS
PaulS. A. Bickel
1U'S, N. Main St.
Ahlffi *TT*vd^^ pcfiooi, prt-iia-inaf hoj^ for collt^g^,^ecleatlfic schools aod for huiin^*#e First class^sdacstioo, thorouaTb courss of ttudv. Address^C. L HtWAlll), Sup't t Ogdt9D Cttj, Utsit.
AnInfallible Care for T
Tale1 not a patent medicine that eftTects a cere^by nndermlnlnir the eysteas, bat a fmedy com^^posed of powerful Intredlente that while la ar^wise lnj-.rl- nr. workt directly upon the blood^and drives the itlsrarr ont through nataral ctan-^aela.
ofChroalc Cases of Rhsnmatlem have been af^^fected hy lrjcnrlng the past year In Montana.
j.F MTJRRAT ^ CO.,^Mannfactor, ra. Anaconda, M. T.^POPE A O COMMOR, Ak-ents
BOv'KSTO KEEP !
Personsnot wlshins; to employ a^bookkeeper permanently can bare tbelr^books promptly atterded to hy an expe^^rienced accountant by leaving word at^the Montana Employment Office, room 6,^Birkenfeld block, foot of Broadway.
AT TO HA' e Y-A T-LA W.^ROOM 3. and4 ASHBT BiXlOg. HSLXV A. MIT.
C.B MILLER, M D.
fFormerlyAsst. Surg. U. 8. A.)^SURGERY A SPECIALTY.^Residence, 418 Eleventh Are.^Telephone No. 2SM.
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OPENSMONDAY, AUGUST 12.
Inthe ATLAS BILXIARD HALL. Direct^Telegraph Wire to all National Turf Congress,^Eastern Circuit and Montana Circuit Tracks.^Come in and see the horses run by telegraph.
GRANITEBLOCK,^MAIN STREET, HELENA, MONT.
GrandUnreserveii Crei Aiclioi
Abonanza for the bomeseektr, the speculator, the investor, and^for each and everyone looking for an absolutely safe and^profitable investment.
ADdcontinuing every evening until all are sold. Sale will^commence at 8 o'clock sharp.
Thissplendidly situated residence property is located just one-^half mile from the Helena city limits, and the new Motor line,^for which a franchise has been obtained and the construction al^^ready commenced, will run to and past this plat, thus giving^buyers easy access to and from 1 he business portion of Helena, at^the same time avoiding the onerous taxes imposed on city prop^^erty while enjoying all the privileges. Good water is easily ob^^tainable, and a project is now on foot to supply the city water^past this property. The college now in course of erection is two^and one-half miles north of these lots and there is no doubt that^in the very near future McLean Park will be one of the most fav^^ored of our suburban residence locations.
Nowis the time to invest, for the buyers will make their own^prices as every lot will go, without reserve, to the highest bid i^der. The terms will be made exceedingly liberal. Plans of the^plat with terms ot sale, are now being distributed and may be^had ofJOSEPH WOLF,
RealEstate Auctioneer, Office and Sale Room, Granite Block j
MainSt. aad Hsl^*
LENOIRMOUSe-atsare Hswt.^**.. Hal^*, Montana Every room a lift 11^ trout
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, ana does not till the room with soot.^Ask your dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON, Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.^GILTS, 15c Der roll; former price, 40c^20o * 14Mkt 50c
25c M MMM 75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
112 and 114 Broadway.
TEICHERT WICK, Prop'rs-
ATlA Q D I r^r^lf KNTRANCK ON JACKSON 8TRKKT^sTV 1 -LfsTsO DLULIX, Also, from MAIN 8TRKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in ihe City.^MILWAUKEE BEER ON TAP
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The Largest Leading Hotel. Has the very Bes Accom^modations in the city. Rates Reduced; $2 per i ay an*^upwards, according to location of rooms.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
AT NEW YORK PRICES
Ourname stands for rehability. The fashionable public is accustomed to look to the New^York Store tor its high grade merchandise- They have dispensed with the catalogue, owing^to the fact that we have made their wants a study. Beautiful goods at NEW YORK^PRICES has made ours the leading DRY G-OODS HOUSE of Montana Our buyer has been^in the east for a long time watching the markets and looking over the new styles and novel^^ties. The results of his labors are arriving daily. To-morrow we will place on exhibition^some charming combination suits, direct from the markets of Paris and Vienna.
COMBINATION SUITS. NEW DRESS GOODS.
INOPERA SHADES^COMBINATION SUITS
INFAIR WEATHER SHA^COMBINATION SUITS
INBLACK AND WHI^COMBINATION SUITS
INALL NEW SHADES
Themagnitude of our Midsummer sale proved to the public what could be done with quan^^tities of Fine Merchandise in Helena. Helena demands the very best article. Our unap^^proachable stock sold during the off season at reduction rate prices was the grandest success^in the history ol Dry G-oods in Helena.
HOSIERY,CORSET AND FAN DEPARTMENTS.
Ladies, do not fail to visit these departments. We claim to sell finer goods here than any^firm outside of Chicago. We invite careful scrutiny to see whether our claims are substan^^tiated by facts.
BEADEDWRAPS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS.
Whata sale of Beaded Wraps, Parasols and Umbrellas this season! World without end.^It seems as though we had supplied the entire community, yet we have a few left. We do^not want to carry them over^they are too handsome. See them, ladies: the low prices par^^ticularly invite your attention.
WEARE AGENTS FOR POSTER'S CELEBRATED LACE KID^GLOVES^A GU.ARANTEE WITH EACH PAIR.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena