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|ndselling at^Lt any price.^j^m fall into^jyou will be^Ihment that^mg daily, a
n.Especial^^k. Outside^Lion centers
Directkrf Congress,^,uit Tracks,^telegraph.
umiwith oar^|h the whole bloc*^prices that daft co^ill FIRST HAWW^l of prteM stwawsML
IIId the Tenitaiy.
THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. FRIDAY MORNIXIi, AUGUST 30, 1889.
IT'SA GOOD ONE.
TheDemocratic County^Puts a First Class^in the Field
Rohrbaugh for Sheriff, Taylor for^Clerk and Recorder, and Ben^Polk for Treasurer
LegislativeitomliHi All Men ^ aj^^^blast Carina for the Interest*^of the County.
Boole.Braid y and Smith are kept baiy op^^erating all day. showing fine art work of^different claaae*. and making gam plea,^which they give away freely No oor^should miss awing the new Singt-r and the^fine line of work it turn* out It U the^simplest and noil perfect machine in the^market The branch office in Helena is^on the corner of Warren and Breckenndge^streets and F W Boyle it the manager
Fallityle hats opening at Babcock's.
Dr.Katherine y Ilolten, physician and^surgeon, is located at 29 North Warren^street-
The Record For Three Furlong.^Lowered by Cyclone, Beat^^ing the Record.
T7VJKsale^One horse, doable or stalls^P driver, good under eeddle. sil table for lady^to ride or drive. Payne * corral.
lea**,with fur^^niture and ^ Jm fixture*. Address Z tola
4Co* Sands Bros.
sheriffJOHN J. KOHKBAVGH
SSud Kecorder WILLIAM TAYI.OR
AS^sor ... ... WILLIAM J BICKKl I
AttorneyC B. NOLAN
-MISS C. R. TUK.VLEY
Coroner .. .DK. JULIUS FOLLE.MU.S
SurveyorB. F. WaVDI
''ublicAdministrator5. K. DAVIS
vD. J. HOGAN^Commiaaioners ^ * E. W. KNIGHT
tE D. EDGLK TON^District Judge GEOKGL F. SHEI.TON^Clerk District Court A O CL \ KK Jr.
N.W. McCONNELL^HAKRY R. COSILY^ARTHUR C. LOGAN
WM WALLACE, Jr.^V. T. PRIEST^E R I'EELER^ALEX F. BURNS^JOHN S TEINME IZ
NewCompanies.^Certificate ot incorporation of the^Magnolia Consolidated Mining company^was filed with Secretary Walker yester^^day. The object la to do a general min^^ing busineas and to operate the Magnolia^and Blue Mountain oiartz mines^in Oro Fino diatrict. Deer Lodge^county. The capital atock it^J500 000. divided into 6*3.000 sharea^of SI each par value. The trustees for the^first seven months are, Wm J. Galbraith.^John F. Strahal, Henry Taylor, William^Saniburg, Henry S Harris, Wm. A. Dash-^James Conn.
MoshierWins the Trotting Race From^a Field of Speedy Flyers Which^Make Good Time.
EverybodySatisfied With the UerUloai^of the Judaea. Something to ha^Wuodered At.
I\OQ Remedies, Collars Whips, Chaws, and
Food,at Brjan e Gun store.
FOKBALA ^Household furniture cheap. Co^quire rear 31, o^nth Benton Ave.
bXJKBALE^The parlor, dining^room furniture m a well located dwel.lnc^house of eight rooms J sultab:e for private beer a-^lag or family Address1 A B , tnia office | *
,VjKsaLK-luo feet front at 314 Plna^^ inquire on premlaaa or 15 Bdwarde
Withperfect weather the fourth day aaw^the grand stand, space in front, the bal^^cony of the floral hall and the in field cov^^ered with people. There was a large dele^^gation from Butte on the grounds and^many new faces were to be seen from^, ' Deer Lodge, Philipsburg, Missoula and
^^most otn^*r P^inu- Meagher ^^d Chotevi were
Thecrowd was esti
LDpapers for sale at this offlca.
Anthony^^^XXX St L-iuis bottled iag^*r betr is a^wholesome: and nutritive family b- verage.^August Fack. sole agent, 44 S. Main str.-. I^telephone -JV*
CommencingSept. 1 the follow inK^change in time will be made by the Mon^^tana Central railway: Train No 1, Butte^express, W'M leave Helena at S:1S a. m. in^^stead of 825 a. m , except on Sunday, on^which day it will leave at 9 a. m. Train^No. 2 will arrive at 4:90 p. m. instead of^6,20 p. m.
Thedemocratic convention, which ad^^journed from Saturday until 2 p. m. yester^^day, met in Harmonia Hall at the hour^designated and completed ita work in a^manner that promises well for the success^^of the party at the approaching election.^The utmost unanimity and earnestness of^purpose animated the delegate*, and not an^incident occurred which could leave the^si in h tee t ill-feeling on the part ot those^mentioned for one or other of the offices.^K. W. Knight preside*! and C. B. Nolan^acted as secretary. Mr. Knight spoke^briefly of the excellent work done by the^democratic state convention on Tuesday,^and predicted the su'-cess of the entire^ticket. Not only would it poll the full^democratic vote, but it would draw largely^from the republican ranks.
JohnJ. Rohrbaugh was nominated by^acclamation for sheriff. William lay lor for^county clerk and recorder, Ben. W. S. Folk^for county treasurer, William J. Bickett^the incumbent i for county assessor and C.^B Nolan for county attorney. In response^to loud calls, Mr. Nolan made a brief but^fervid speech, in which, after indicating^bis acceptance of the nomination and ex^^pressing bis appreciation of the compliment^it implied, he said the signs of the times,^speaking eloquently, indicated th^^ success^of the democratic ticket in Lewis and^Clark county as well as of the demo^^cratic nominees for state offices. The re^^publican ticket, he said, was framed for^the aggrandizement of a few members of^that party. He had no doubt of the suc^^cess of the democratic state and county^tickets
Threenames were proposed for county^^uperintennent of schools: Miss Turnley,^of Marysville; Miss Mo Brine, of Helena,^and Mrs. Carpenter, of Unionville. The^first named was nominated on the first^ballot.
Mr.Julius Follenius was nominated by^acclamation for coroner, J. W. Wade for^county surveyor and Samuel K. Davis for^public administrator. The latter was pres-^eot, and, when called upon, accepted the^nomination and thanked the audience for^the compliment of the nomination.
D.J. Hogan. K. W. Knight and E. D.^Edgerton were nominated by acclamation^for county commissioners. Mr. Knight^wished to decline, but the convention had^made up his mind that he should run the^race, and his protestations that business^duties forbade his acceptance were not^heeded.
llarrvK. Comley paid a high compli^^ment to the legal ability and personal char^^acter ot (ieorge F. Shelton, whom be nom^mated for judge of the district court. The^nomination was made by acclamation so^quickly and so enthusiastically that Mr.^Shelton could not interpose to say as he^said immediately upon the result being an^nounced by the chair, that he wished to de^^cline. He depreciated the practice of^bringing the election of the judiciary into^politics, and would have been pleased had^bis c invention sejn fit to endorse the nom^^inee of the republican county convention^for district judte, Mr. Ilaut, The conven^tion, however, adhered to its choice, and^Mr. Shelton will be the candidate of the^party for a position he is every way ouali^5ed to fill.
A.G. Clarke, Jr., was nominated for^clerk of the district court bv acclamation^and briefly and modestly accepted the^place on the ticket, for the success of all of^which he would labor untiringly and un^^selfishly.
Ex-Judge*N. W. McConnell and J. M^Clements were named for state senator,^and upon a ballot the former received^thirty-eight votes to two for the latter.^The nomination of Judge McConnell was^made unanimous.
Theneleven names were proposed for^representatives in the state legislature, the^county being entitled to eight members of^the house. 1'he following were chosen:^From Helena. Harry M- Comly, A. C. Lo^^gan. Elizur Beach, William Wallace, Jr.^V. I. Priest, John Sleinraetz; from East^Helena, Alexander F. Burns: from Maris^ville, E R. Peeler.
TerraneeO'Donne!! md E. M. Hoyt^were nominated for justices of the peace^and Alexander treigenmeier, of East^Helena, and John A. y ark. of Helena,^for constables
Thecommittee on resolutions. Messrs.^Shelton. Comly. Sull van. McQuaid and^Clements, reported the following, which^was unanimously adopted:
Thedemocrats of Lewis and Clarke^county, Montana, in convention assem^^bled, renew the pledge of their fidelity to^the principle* of the democratic party.
Believingas we do that under demo^^cratic auspices the rights and welfare of^all the people will be guarded and de^fended, every public Interest protected and^the equality of all our citizens before the^law without regard t ^ race, color or creed,^steadfastly maintained, we heartily endorse^the nominees of the democratic Pt^te con^^vention and ratify with un jjal.tl^d ap^^proval the platform which it adopted and^which we greet as an expression of sound,^liberal and patriotic principles and policies^of government.
Wecommand to the voters of Lewis and^Clarke county the ticket named by tnia^convention, which offers to the service of^the people men who are upright, capable^and worthy, in all respects, of their sup^^port, and we hereby pledge our earnest^and united efforts to elect the entire demo-
Therewill be a meeting of the demo^^cratic electers of the Seventh ward held at^the east side school house at 7:80 this even^^ing. Business of importance.
l.D. Beaky,^Cent. Committee.
Plushand leather toilet cases, work^boxes, manicure sets and odor case* just^received at the Bee Hive.
TheCriterion Cafe,^open until midnight.
H(r Grand street, Is
TheW.G. T. U-. at the regular meet^^ing, held Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 28,^received the following letter, which ex^^plains itself:
Hei.kka.Mont , Aug. 28, 1^M9.^The Woman's Christian Temperance
DearLadies:^In recognition of your la^^bors in behalf of the cause of temperani e^and in evidence of my appreciation of the^same, hereby tender your organization the^use of room 28 on the third floor of Pitts^^burg block, free of rent, including steam^heat, for a period of one year, dating from^Sept. 1, 1889. Very respectfully,
Mksi.j. O. THoxrsos.
Theinformation which this letter con^^tained was received by the union with^feelings of the greatest pleasuie and grati^^tude and it was at that time
U-solved.That we as a union extend to^Mrs j. D. Thompson our sincerest thanks^and appreciation of the sympathy ex-^pres^ed by her noble and generous act.
inbehalf nf the Woman's Christian^Temperance Union.
Mk*Walter Matbesvm I'rest.^Mrs. H. C. Arnold, Sea.
wellrepresented^mated by many different people, none of^' whom reckoned the attendance at less t ban^' 3,500, and several people thought there^^ were not less than 4,000 persons present.
Thefirst race called was a match for^| $200. between Kickapoo and Red Bird.^I There was very little speculation on this^' race and Red Bird won easily.
Thesecond race, three furlongs, purse^S200, was contested for by:^Cyclone, ch g. a. Ironclad, dam unknown.
120lbs, F M Starkey^. 1
DanielB , b g a Glen h in. Nettles.
120lbs, H R Baker 2
Sunday,b g a , Sun Dance, Norma,
120lbs, R Crawford S
BobWade, b g 3, pedigree unknown,^107 lbs, A P button
NettieS , rn ma, Roan Dick, dam^unknown, 117 lbs, I W Barker A Co :^unplaced^Time, MKi mutuals paid $47 45^Cyclone got off in front and won a fast^race with great ease, Daniel B second and^within a length and a half of the winner,^: inlay right Hp, Nettie S and Wade^beaten off The time is the fastest on^record Outside watches gave it 34^seconds flat
Thethird race, purse J500, one and one-^fourth miles, bad
Nevada,ch. m.. 4, 115 lbs.. Regent. Mis3
Ella,U. R Baker... 1
BroadChurch, ch. c, 3, Leinster, Libbie
Dunbar.107, R. E Bybee 2
MosesB , ch. h., 4, Leinster, Aunt Jane,
118lbs . Umatilla stables S
Time.2.-0v^i.^^Nevada was favorite over the field, and^won with ease, untouched by wuip or spur.
Thefourth race, trotting, purse $500, had^six starters:
ti-orgeMoshier ch.g by Strath-^more, dam by William's
Advertlee menta unoer thle^eerteo tnree limes free of charge.
AYOUNGrespectable woman, with child 1*4^vaare old wjuld like a altuaUoa to do honee^work In eome reepectabie family for her board.^Cur reference. Inquire or addreae Mrs B , room^k*j Helena Business College, Sixth and Mala sis.
CaNVaSSBR la open to work for^good selling article, salary or commis^^si a Addreaa ft. ^ L , thle paper.
Siri'ATlOMWANTED^ Druggists aaelelant.^graduate Ontario cull^*ge of Hnaimac;, eight^years experience; gjod reference Address Bruce^Cruaal, care \ on Nleda a) Co , dragglata, Vargo,
WANTEDr'iret dee* dreaamaker. AUareaa^Madame Ueddlns/tr, Sue Broadway.
YUL'HQ at AN wishes employment of any kind,^hotel work preferred. Addreae at this office,
OREATARRAY OF BARGAINS AT
Thisweek'we are determined to sell lota of goods at the fol^^lowing price-si
QoicestRESIDENCE Property f
Acijoiningthe^HOTEL BROADWATER I
PORTER,MUTH S COX,
iBARGAIN NO. I
Ladles'Plaid and Striped Dread^(iinghams, I l-3c * yard.^^.^^EBDCCBD KROMiloc
Ladle*1Corset*, the beat bargain^ever ofiered, at 5-V a pair,
Ladies'Fast Black Cotton Hone^17c a pair,
Largeeiae Marseilles Qnilts. at^11 each,
BARGAINNO. 5. HBDt'CEDFR0M$1-60^Ladies' Dress Patterns, with ten^yards plain goods and 9 yards^Hamburg, at fl.30 each
BARGAINNO, 7.^Fine Linen^at 10c each.
Towels,good siae,^RKDITED FROM
FInsr class female me*t or paatrj cook^rente a place, .-he la capable of taking^charge of an/ h .tel. Capital employment office,^Uwr^uc*. street.
Thos,Crahan ^ Co's
IREAL ESTATE BARGAINS:
10yards^9 yards I lain-
Extralarge siae Linen Towels^at 25c each. ^^weis
TurkeyRed Napkins, fringed^border, at 50r per doaen,
Children'sAprons at 25c each
Children'sAprons at 35c each
Children'sAprons at 50c each^REDUCED FROM *1X
oi_^^_^ J barkeeper with the beet Mlnnrapo^Us referencea waate wur. and waata lt bad.^l aaa. T. Keynoldj, general delivery, Helena,^Montana.
\\ * \ N mi) - By a competent person, a situation^'^ chamber maid or as a noasekeepar in a^rmali f .mil,. Address la ^.. Independent omce.
Apoeitioa In vruoleaaie or retail^six years' experience, city^refeience. Audreee It. It. u , room lx, Helena^ilusioeee College.
W'ANTKiy- A b^y tor cigar store Immediately.^A dor res f*o. 'ibl ^or.h Mam street.
ASi hi' A broker who la thoroughly con^vereani In the grocery ttujint-e* to repre^aeui as In Helens. 1'ieaee a..cress, wtta^ret rentes, James xt. Hrooxmu:e A Co. ot. Louie.
2112 4 1^m., Maxim.
8 2 2 112
1 3 4 3 S 3
andUyrou Mnitu also
Ladles'Saxony wool jfrs^y-vests in all^shades 75 cents, at the Bee Utve.
Art.-r coming from the Fair stop at the^Louvre and get one of their famous clam^chowders.
craticticket, state, county and township.
Therounty central committee was given^authority to fill any vacate.es occurring on^the ticket by death or resignation, and^after three lit arty cheers for the candidates^of the party, state and county, the conven^^tion adjourned.
Rememberthat the B-^- Hive is selling^all goods at 10 per cent profit. It is the^cheapest store in the city.
TheSinger Display^The finest display made at the fair^grounds is by the Singer Manufacturing^company, showing their wonderful three^new singers, a hne display of their fine art^work in cases and frames and also a large^display of machines, built up nicely. All^ia arranged systematically and Mi
Auctionof Valuable City Property.
JosephWolf, real estate agent, has been^instructed to sell to the highest bidder on^Friday evening. August 30, at 8:30, at his^sale room in the Oranite block. Main^streei, the following list of properties:
Lots4 and 5, block 4, Phoenix avenue ad^^dition This is a splendid warehouse and^side-track property on the N. P. railroad.^Mr. W.J. Lemp recently purchased ad^^jacent lata for the purpose of erecting cold^storage and refrigerators for beer A^factory is already in successful operation^in the same block. These lots are ad^^mirably adapted for wharebouse purposes.
Lots1 and 2, block *, same addition.^These are splendid corner lots, and on the^adjoining one. No. 3. Mr. K K Chapman^haa erected a very handsome residence.^These lots are SO feet by 140 to a 20 foot^alley
Thewhole of block No. 1 in the Villard^addition, containing 18 lota, the corner lots^liavmg a frontage of (SO feet, and inside^lots 50 feet each by a depth ot 140 feet to a^20 foot alley, and the streets have a full^width of 60 feet. The position and value^of these properties is so well and favorably^known that it is needless for the auctioneer^to do anything more than announce the^following highly favored terms: Ten per^cent at time of sale, 15 per cent in sixty^days: balance in equ 1 payments In one,^two or three years; interest M per cent per^annum, payable semi-annually. Title^clear and indisputable.
Manibrino..Lady Maxim b.
LadyMaud br. in.,
damby Kisber ...
Time:First heat, 2:32; second, 2:25S;^third. 2:2VS; fourth, 2m t . fltUi, 2.30:^sixth, 231)*;.
Moshierwas an even money favorite and^could have won in straight heats. There^was nothing in the raca but him. lie^could have won in straight heats, but the^usual monkeying in the pool boxes could^not be dispensed with.
Mutualspaid tirsr heat S5V ^0; second^S8 30; third. S47 50; fourth, 25; fifth,^S^ rW; sixth. 57 40.
Everythingpassed off agreeably and^everybody got back to the town comfort^^ably.
At1 JO p. m. special three-eighth race^No. 107. purse S150. Entries,^Cyclone,^Daniel B., Sunday. The fast record of^yesterday will be repeated today.
Kace99, running^Purse, SSOO; handicap^for 2 year-olds: five furlongs Entries^^Roebucken, 110 pounds: Raindrop, 105^pounds; Emma Nevada, 122 pounds; Frank,^90 pounds; (iuidn, 115 pounds; Carrie Lee,^110 pounds: Trifle, 106 pounds
Race100. Running^Purse S 1,000, mile^heats, handicap
Entries^ Broadchurch, 107 lbs.; Black^Pilot, 116 lbs.; Jack Brady, 106 lbs.; Oregon^Ho^e. 100 lbs.; Moses B , 106 lbs.; Nevada.^123 lbs.; Ida Olenn, 90 lbs.; Jubilee, 110 lbs.
Race108, running^Purse S200, 600^yirds Entries^Maud Walten. Red Bird,^Venne 11, (i ^ld Dust, Bay Tom
ItiANDLKH WAN n^A night herder for^aorets, one miner,t*o uiea, good
j*o; four waiter girls.
'1Ml B place for lediea to get good glrle and gixle^A to ge goo.; places la at the Capital tuiuioy-^ment u^.ce, SM aagafanee street.
IADi^ AliaAl'9 wanted for my wonderful new^I A rubber unuergarment, grsndeat mvenUun^: r wouiea ever teen. Mrs. H. t'. L4ttle, Chicago.
.ottXl'b v\ .-..uKUfor Uotued. r-lectrldt) , en^ii tuely new; pays aso a day. Audreee, af. b.^Hume ^ilg. Co Hotue .'-,*. Chicago, Ilia.
BOo-KBINDKKImmediately oy Inler-Moun-^laua f nulla king Co., Hutte.
WAN1 It D^situation to do ho use work by an^experienced giri. 'thoroughly understands^all kinds ut housework, .aaurde* M. C , uue^office.
Tortteai^Dweiiings, bauue^^ I'iaoes ,hlo
Lcm kkn 1 - Three-room bouse Enquire In^Av eeeenicnl, ^~, klerenih areaue. Aieo one^tour room Lu.se
fXJKRB.Nr-The troa ISwSS on Mala street,^best h itel building In the city. To rooms, all^outside and anisbed^M alb A Cox.
Inoak Call on I'orter,
Picture*of all kinds at the Bee hive.
HananA Sons' men's $6 shoe* for $4 at
Doyou drink beer^ if you do, try^Lemp's Culmbacher Muencherier or extra^pale. Sold at 10 cents per bottle. Patent^stoppers. Delivered to any part of the^city. Telephone 241.
Boesman Bros. A Co ,^Corner Clore and Edwards Sta.
BUICahotel for rent. For particulars addreae^or call on Toe ton bmeiUng Co, Toston,^Mont.
IiHIJtKaNT^Brick house: six rooms; corner^Jj Dearborn avenue and Hauser street. Inquire^Dr. a. it at v srcenter, room SU I'.usburgb block.
[iXlKREM r-fleasant Ave room dwelling house^JJ on Doath Uouney. L ^^Boom *J, fl tsjurgh Block.
IjXH HJCNt^Storerooms in reaii block, also^JJ storerooms and offices In ititeburgb block,^inquire of John W. Thompson, room 12, Pitts^^burgh block
iiooiBai'uraiahea ana Uiuunaaheu.
PUKRENT^Two large nicely famished front^a rooms with use ot bath, Tae Fifth avenue _,
VfKS.F. X. r'rtaN U h + nicely fur^jTx. nlshed rooms for rent, Mo. 11 Rodney street,^near Broadway.
EVtLV furnished parlor and bed room and^i_^ furnished rooms lor gentlemen, near Main^street Inquire at Mo. 124 Ming street.
irterflats, Kwlng^and under new
management.Call In basement or at i'orter.^Math A Cox, Oold block.
$125.00per foot for choice
HelenaAvenue.^$850.00^An elegatit corner in Baseett's
Additionon 8th Ave. 50x140. Easy
$800 Choice lot In Block 8, Basset Ad^^dition. One half cash, balance to^suit.
$2,250 An elegant new eix room dwel-^ing, neatly fiuished in California^red wood.
$10.00per foot for 500 foet in choice^location in Syndicate Addition.
$6,000cash for 27 lots in Syndicate Ad^^dition. These lots are principally^choice comers on Hoaser and^Knight streets and will average^about $8 80 per foot,
$3,000five room house on Lynn^dale Ave., lot 80x175 good well on^premises.
$3.200Neat dwelling on West Side; six^rooms; lot 50x140; good water on^premises, Que cellars, etc.
$1,950For a select 100 foot front corner^near East Side School, high and^level.
$950.00 For a handsome lot, 50x140, on^Eleventh Ave.; a fine building site.
$5,300A beautiful home on Clark St.,^six rooms, good cellar and out^^buildings, will take a good lot as^part payment.
$900^Neat four room dwelling on^Ninth Ave.
$4,750Fine seven room brick, this side^of Idaho street, fine cellar, gas and^water in the house; bath room,^hot and cold water; all modern^improvements. A bargain.
$350 per foot for block in boy ce Addi^^tion.
$2,250Neat dwelling on West Side, five^rooms, only $300 cash required.
$4,000Choice six room residence on^Lawrence street, this is a model 1^hom^ and very convenient.
$1,900 Beautiful dwelling near depot^with lot 100x140, good picket^fence.
$500.00Choice lot in Block 21, l/Kkey^Addition.
Theabove list contains but a few of our^bargains.
28Choice Resilience Lots
InDerbys and Silk,
ForFALL and WINTER of
JustReceived and Now Open at
CornerMain and Broadway.
GoTo The ^New York.
Wedesire to inform the public that our Fall Line of Clothing is now complete and^we venture to say that never before has such a fine variety of styles been shown ia^Montana. All our clothing is made by ourselves at our factory in New York ana^we therefore are enabled to sell you much cheaper than elsewhere. We also ma^^a specialty of BOYS and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Thecelebrated Standard and Star brand of Shirts. Fisk^Clark ^ Flagg's world famous Gloves Braces and Neckwear,^Sutton's Famous Stiff Hats, Stettson's Peerless Soft Hats,^Champion Boys' Shirt Waists, E. ^ W. and Lion orands of^Collars and Caffs, Faultless Night Robes.
Shirtsmade to measure.
CustomMade Clothing a Specialty.^SHEYER BROS., Atlas Building, Helena.
LUKMSHsD HOOKS at^X1 street, entirely renorated
Eye,Ear and Throat Surgeon.^Or. Wynne, oculist and aurist, IH'-i Main^street, foot of Broadway, Helena, Mont.
rr 7T7~~..Better get a pair of those men's fine S8
.J ^ 'hP i^-- P^^* m1'- [anch e*K^' I shoe for S* at Gamer's; its the biggest bar-^sprinn chicken, prairie chickens, cante- Kmin and deepest cut in shoes ever made in^Criterion Cafe.^n town.
loupe,etc., at the Criterion Cafe.
TheLouvre is No. 7 upper Main street,^two doors from Parchen's.
Commendable.All claims not consistent with the high^character of Syrup of Figs are purposely^avoided by the California Fig Syrup com^^pany. It acts gently on the kidney, liver^and bowels, cleansing the system effect^^ually, but lt is not a cure-all and makes no^pretension* that every bottle will not sub^^stantiate.
Repairingof Sealskins.^He-dying and fitting should be done now^^not in December. Our facilities are com^^plete. Fall stock arriving early. Purchase^are beat.Babcock A Co.
Shirtsand Neckwear^The latest styles and best makes at Bab^^cock's.
Buyyour crockery and glassware at the^Bee Hive. Largest assortment and lowest 1
LO. O. F.^On Sept 11, 12, IS and U the Union Pa^^cific will sell excursion tickets from Mon^^tana cotnon points to Columbus, Ohio,^and return for $r^8.15. Ticket* good re^^turning until Sept. SO
XHKPACIFIC or Lenoir IIansa gleam beat,^elegant rooms; Jo, 75, SI. s-lta fl.Su per day.^Ho disreputable characters eUowed-
HARVKYHOUoa, crand atreet, new and^elegantly f uralsHed rooms, alnnie or In salts
IFTUB PAHiY Who too ^ tbe l.nen duster^from carriage at fair grounds yeeterday will^return the same o Prank Sheplej, at fair gr. unds,^ha will avoid further trouble
pocxeibouk Call at tula
[iKIUNDA bunch of keys. Owner can^J^ them bj applying at this office.
HananA Sons' men's So shoes for^Gamer* a
MU!IIt TO LOAN In sum* ot %-VJO to $10.0UO,^on Improved property in the city of tleiena^aao on farms and ranchee In Montana; money^furnlaned for building purpoaea. H. B. I'aimer,^Oold block. Helena.
LOANED by J. at. Johnson at^offlca on furniture, pianos,^horses, wagons, and any property of value with^^out removal from owner a possession.
AuctionSale ot Horses.^We will sell at auction on Thursday^next, August 2^ih at 11 o'clock a. m., at^Breck A Fisher's stable, lower Main street,^four good, well broken saddle bone*, and^one hne team of extra large horsea, suit^^able for heavy work, all sound and in good^condition. A bargain to purchasers.
RobertJ. Walker.^James B. Walker.^Gko. Booker, Auctioneer.
Orderjour Milwaukee beer thorugh tel^^ephone 1ST. P. J. Kenck, agent
MarysvilleTrain.^During Fair week tbe Montana Central^railway will run their Marysville train a*
August'y^^No- 8 will leave Helena at^45 p. m. instead of 3:45 p. m. No. 7^riving at Helena at 0:40 p.m.. will^abandon e^1.
August27, 28, 29, SO and 31^Train* No. 1^and 7 will be abandoned- No. 8 will leave^Helena at 7:45 p. m. instead of 3:45 p. m.
September1^Train No. ^ will be a ban^doned: oriier trains will run a* usual.
Cabinetphotographs 82 per dozen at Kel^^ler for 30 days, 3^ a Main street.
OfInterest to Interior Merchants.
BrownBros. A Co.. San Francisco, sole^manufacturers of the celebrated Oregon^City casslmere clothing anl agent* of the^Oregon City woolen mills, manufacturers^and jobbers of furnishings, duck goods,^etc.. have decided to open a sample room^in Helena during fair week, to have their^representative meet visiting merchants.^Correspondence respectfully *olicte^l.^Address.
A.D. Simpsoh,^Helena, M. T.
HELEN* IN BRIEF.
MONEYTO LOAN upon Helena^upon reasonable terms. Apply to Edward^block.
all,room b Thompson
IAROE amounts ot money to loaa on Improved^aj and unimproved city real estate and on^ranches at saw rates. C. P. Ellis A Co., Insurance^agents, real estate asenta, mortagee loans.
\f ONE Y to loan on Improved Helena property.^jXL Time and terms to eon. J no. ^. at. Maul,^rooms 6 and 7, Aeaby building.
rOAN8 os Improved real estate at low rata*^1_J of Interest.POLE * DEVINE.
Babcock'sfall good are now arriving,tte^latest and beet.
G.W. Jackson, music dealer.^Dinner from 12 to 5 at tbe Bon Ton.^Frank B. Norri*, dentist, room 27 Pitts^^burg block.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor, No.^15 North Main street.^B. R. K Carpenter's dental rooms, room^he j so, Pittsburg block. Take tbe elevator.
Goto Chicago shoemaker for repairing.^One dollar for half-soling. In basement of^Alias building. Frank Boeder, proprie^^tor.
Goeast via tbe Montana Centra; and^Manitoba railways, tbe new sleeping and^dining car route to St. Paul and the east.^Through train* leave Helena daily at 11
W'ANTBDA smart^*^ Horth Rodney. Ca
QHBEPWANTED^l.sX) Msriao or Cotswold^Psiss, 1 to I yean old Address box It, Helena,^Montana.
WANTEDTo adopt,^years old. Address
WANTEDReliable parties desire from 90 to^to to^ head of stock to winter or take on
shares.Have plenty of feed and shelter and ran^nlng water mat never tresses. Address T^ this^office.
ASTEAK.UTTIP-The cosiest place Is town^Is Poy Bisters cigar store and sample room
street. Pins wines.
FridayEvening. August 30,
At the Real Estate Auction^Exchange Sale Room,^Granite Block.^Main Street.
Ihave been favored w*th Instructions^. to submit for public competition to the^highest bidder, Twenty-Kig-ht lote, being^^ the whole of Block 22, in this splendid^addition to the city. The Block will be^i sold in parcels of Thirty Feet front by a^depth of One Hundred and Fifty Feet,^the frontage being upon Bat e and Mis^^soula avenoes as shown on the city map.^Theeeavenues are Seventy Feet in width.^It is admitted that this property has^many superior advantages for residence^purposes, among which U the fact that^there are no railroads to cross, that from^its position one of the finest views of^the grand scenery with which Helena is^surrounded can be obtained, that the^land is susceptible of a high state of cnl^tlvation for lawns or flower gardens,^and that in a short time the new Motor^Line to Raet Helena will pass through^this addition; indeed, this property is al^^ready too favorably known to need an ex^^tended description.
Veryliberal terms made known at^time of sale.
REALK3TATK AUCTIONEER^Office and Sales room.^Granite Block,Main Street.
Thec-v-eartnsrahlD heretofore existing between^Joseph W Waelllsch and ^ieorge Kiddle In the^reetaarant hTineas (at Marysvlila, Moatar.a.^^*^* oa ths Stad day of aaarast, 1SS^, dissolved by^mitual consent, (ieorge Hindi*, retlrtnr
Toebusiness will be r ^nUnaed sv Joseph W.^Weellie-h. who assumes all Uabllloes of tbe^arm, and who alone la aathjrtaed to collect ac^^counts das the same.
jos.W. WAELLItCH^GIOBliE RIDDLE.
eS^^ B. SENNETT,
GRANITEBLOCK,^MAIN STREET, HELENA, MONT
RealEstate and General Auctioneer.
Iwill in future hold Bi-Weekly Sales of Realty^in the Sales Room as above, and am prepared to^receive and conduct Sales of all Kinds of Proper^^ties on the most Advantageous Terms
Havinghad a very extensive experience (extend^^ing ever a period of thirty years) in the selling of^Live Stock, Household and Office Furniture, Mer^^chandise of every class and description, I offer my^services for such sales, giving my client an abso^^lute guarantee of Satisfaction in all cases.
R*al Estate Anciioneer.
Offirean j Sal*^ Room. Granite Block.
withtasn st^d Investigate
aUttle girl about 4 or 5^B. B. W., this office.
WAMID-Alev^mutton sheep,^and where can be se*^tjaSStaaa good hay for sale^Aaawwr, wba bast offer on I^L . careet
goodstock and^lowest price^office. Also^Bismarck, Dak.
iSuccessor to Helena Undertaking Co.
ndWareroom : ^ Park^. Open Day and MUbt.
TheNext Great^Mining- Region^of Montana.
Acorps of engineers are now In ti e^field surveying a line for a railroad ex^^tension to Cooke City.
Thebuilding of this railroad, which^will probably be within a year, will^make this camp, with its inexhaustible^deposits of ore, one of the liveliest in^Montana.
Wehare for sale 60 very desirable^busineas lots in Cooke City at prices^ranging from $50 to $150 each. These^lots are sure to hare a rapid increase In^value.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,^Real Estate.
Booms6 and 6, L'nion Block.
Moneyto Loan I
InSums to Sait on From Six^MontUn io Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for R-al Eetate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt's
Boardof Trade Room. PllSsliurg Block, Hat^chah. h. BLTTKOB, Aawat at Bntts it
TheBoulder Chief Mlnlnr A Milling com
thstrproperty to responsible patsy^of on* rear from the 15th day of^^xt, off^r^ up to Aoa-nat Si, la^will be received by the undersigned^J UHN STB! V K ST/ Prss B. C M.AM Oa.^Helena. A-..- .st a\ Hi