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THEDALLY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. THUB8DAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
tson sale,^oeing daily^:ted to call.^CI 6l CO.
hExplosives. ^^REET. i
Cans,Half Gallon^les Carbonated.
rn.Slickers, Noras Baga,^,tlrsi-claas har-
St.,Helena, M. T.
asmost ail other^is similar to An-^^m with soot.^^al or apply to
lySPAREY'S HOTEL^Kuropt^a Plana.
BRUTALCRIVIES IN THE 6CUTH
AnOld Man and His D.ugMer Mur-^dared by Unknown Men^A^Wife's Terrible Confession.
LiririTTCLa., sept 11.^A bruUl^murder was committed on the AOevi.l*-^r ml Monday ni^Lt. Dr. Kusfinand Cur-^iu:^-r. agt-d ^o, was whipped by regulators^some months atco and ordei^-d to Iravr.^He failed to obey. Monday niKbt thirty^regulators surrounded hi* cabin and^kicked in the door. Cormier llrK!, killina^John VV^itemau, and d-d. He wst pur^^sued by the m-jb who killed hiru in tne^most brutal manner. They also cut the^throat of his dauarhw, a^ifd 15. The coro^^ner's jury was unable to ha the crime on^any one. Before killing Cormier and his^dsuKhter tue regulators fljsuced two others^wlta the utoios'. severity.
TheWIN Cfcwssj th. signal.^tASTus, Pa, ^^pt. 11 ^Mr^. Margaret A.^Dillard, whose hushsnd wait murdered Fri^^day, has confessed M William LI. Bar^^tholomew, her paramour, fired the fatal^shot, and that she gave Bail the signal.
AdvertisedLetters.^Letters for the following [k-isoqs remain^uncalled for at the ii- lena. M.T., postofflce.^on Sept. 12. In calling tor them please^say ^advertised.
Allerton,Harry H.Aidei, Henry
Axte.l,I^. W.Abbott, J no. Y
Babcock,a M.B^rnball, Oeo.
Batten,OBaxter, II.^Bennington, Arthur Berry, Andrew
Bean,James \ '^\Beardsley, G. H.
Bern*.HenryBiNtowan, ^^^^. W.
Bouchaute,AlbertBock, .lobn C
Boyle,A. W.B^^rman. M. U.
Brizz-e,KlmerBlown, T. H.
Burns,.lobnBurns, A. J.
Burns.Frank A.Bullard. I^^k
Burns,F. A.'.'all ^n, .1. II.
Case,.! HiMCarter. Max
Civ*^.^,-., \V. W.i ^^pc.-s, Win.
Campbell,JimpsChiaboita, O. 1*.
Clark,aI'lark, E J.
Cloven,II. C.Coneannon, W. II.
Cox,H. II.t ' oper, il. C.
OsMlt, G CCrawford, W. K.
Crawford,Wm.*' irti^, Guy
Davis.C. A.D -wi y. 11. B
DowelI, J.Dunbar, Wm.
Dwyler,IVtrick (SiDuukiii, Frank.
Kfner.r I).hriks-.n. C. A.
Ktailler.L'rbanKkland, U W.
Kwing,Frank Ehahey. John
Falk,J. C.Felein-r. Joe
Fisher,H. A.FMM,T. J.
Fitzgerald,J. A.Fmley, H F.
Fister,J. P.Knzgerald, Ta'fy
Finstone,(ieo. C.Fleming, A. C.
Fletcher.Wm. 11.Foster, s. B.
Fowler.J. N.Forhhee, James F,
Frair,ChesterFredrickson. J F.
Futiusn,Harry^ ...^^^ ^ ^ Wm.
(ii!ion,John 1*.General Delivery
(roodell.Havetiregiiam, BL W.
Gump,C. U.ttustatnsi'ii, Charles
GuslHfaon,1'eterHaii, T. J.
Harley,E. J.Hastings, 5 K.
Hern,T. U.Ilickam, William
Holmes.A K.Uollenback. G. W.
Howell,J. W.Hook, H. H.
irwin,W. D.Janson. J. A.
Jensvu,JohannesJones, Kicbard L.
Jones,James H.Jones, Eigar
.loirston, C. M.K-^rn, E. li. (2(
Kenna,J. F.Krauikremer, Philip
Kriechhaum,FredLaw, C A.
Lairl,J. ii.I.srkui, F. E
I.athrop.. K ('.Li e. Edvvard^Lincoln, William E.Lilly. Jessy^.Lyon!!. JolinLum. Norman^jjasiBsll. c. P.Msg'-.-, J. w.^Mack. P.ter,Mania Uicky^Matthins, E A.Mans e, Roko^Mai,:*. J. A.Manly, Clay^Matxor., ThomasM^y, Kobetrt D.^Barns, Chas. T.Morgan liert^Morse!, AmbrosiasMoller, GcorM^Moore, John A.Moulton. G. I..^Morr:ssey, DaveMont Invest Co.^M'tchell, Sam, L.Milner. Ira
Mlona, M. T.Mtinroe, fienrge
Muckev,FiadMunday. James A.
Murphy,T. J.Murphy. Thos.
Muiioy,M. 11.McL^ughim. M. T.
McMahon,.1. W.,M^ Knight, Chas.
MiilaasawJ,PatNilaen, W. A
Gigardt,HenryGhlsen. () iv-r *
O'Malfc|. seaai Oskan. F. L^Paytoti. itPaul, Ilsrry
Pascoe.J !lI'arker. Chas. P.
Paulson,W. V. E. Pert, Goo.^IVtastoaa, 6. w. K. PMlfaaa, Oaa, w.^Par, Tkaa ^.Presbj, J. w (2i
Kan,-c. W. 11. Randall. W. D.^Reed. Mr , D g Trainer. '2i^Heed. Mr, school Teacher.
Kowe,John ARoberts, T. J.
iiichie.C. W.Rice, ft W.
:tkua, Josefsargent, F.
::er, A. W.Schaefer. Fr^d W.
S iiuiictur, E H.Sieben. Henry
impson.E R.shaw John
rjfcmhr,J W.. (2^Smith. J as. A.
Smith,Henry M.Smith. Owen
iu;t!!,HenrySmith, A.tx. B.
Siammel.JohnStillruan. A. A.
Stewart,WilloyMoHcatfcc, G*^^. H.
Thnrap-op.Wm.TlaaaspaaB, W. Fay
ir. k.'..lining. W.T^ier. W. H.
Twohy.D.W^Iraver, Geo. I..
Ward.OliverWard. C. C.
Warren,CharlesWest. g. W.
Whealan,JohnWinters, J. (21
Williams,ThomasWoods, James^i.adiks' list.
Armies;.Mrs.Barns. Mis* Madeline
'Jaylesa,Miss Bertha B-daril. Mi.^ Kuima
Bowmaa.Mrs. T M Brown, Mrs May
Chase.Mrs F. W (2)
I-vin. Mr*. C W E'lis, Mrs A. E
Ekiund.Missllilman Forrest, Mir. Lillie
Mm,Mrs M A. Pan*. MMaKata
Fr..'-r.Mrs H. A OaUMf, Mrs M^Grej. MinAinic Harvey, Mrs ^, -o. !,.^Harris. ^liss Xettie llesseluieir, Caroline
II,'ghaui.s.gs. S Holm. Mrs. Mary.^Hoi bore, Mis. Christina
Lassei,Florl Dem^i*eiie^Lund. MaryMulloy. Mrs. M^raie
ilt-or.'.Mrs. J. H. Murpny. Mrs. i Ms^Mullan, Mrs.McDevitt. Urs M.
Ma.'aully,Mrs Alex Paruell. Miss Mat-i-.^^RaM, 11 o W. Mrs. Reyno'ds. Miss A.^KoN-rt.. Mrs. F. J Rudy. Miss May^1'albott. Mrs J. O. Wagner, Miss^Wells. Miss Winnie
C. D. Ct RTls. P. M.
Witha feeble appetite and Imperfect di^^gestion if is impossible for the body to se^^cure the requisite amount of nourishment^Ayer's Sarsaparilla not only stimu:ates^the desire for food, hut ai.ls \^.ic a. -. i^tive organs in their formation ot good^blood and sound tissue.
Throughto Chicago Without Change^ot Cara.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad, in con^^nection with the Wisconsin Central line, la^now running Pullman vestibule sleeping^cars and free colonist sleeping cara between^Montana points and Chicago, without^change. Dining cars are also run on all^ten.ugh trains. For rates, tickets and^other information concerning the only^through ear line apply to the Northern^Pacific office, corner Main and Grand its..^Helena.A. D Edcas,
CommencingJune Sand continuing un^^til sept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one fare for the round^trip from Helena to Livingston and return,^on th.- following conditions: Passengers^to purchase a round-trip ticket to Livings-^Ion an l either a S30 or 840 book ticket^through the park. These tickets include^rail and stage transportation from Livings^^ton and four and five days, respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association'*^hotels. For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket ofhee.
A.D. E^*,ak. 'ieneral Agent.
Harvest Excursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Poii'ts to Montana.^The Union Pacific railway company will^^ell harvest excursion tickets from Council^Bluffs. Omaha, SL Josepb, I^eavenworth^and Kansas City to Montana points on the^following dates at one fare for the round^trip. S4KIA): Aug. * and 20, sept 10 and 24.^and Oct 8; extreme limit thirty days from^date of sale; stop-over privileges allowed^returning. A. E Veazik,^Pass. Agent
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C^The Montana Central railway will sell
ticketsfor the above occasion at the rate^of 874.46 for the round trip, Helena to^Washington and re- irn. Tickets will be^on sale Oct 1, 2 and 3. good for going pas^^sages for trains reaching W ashington Oct^si; extreme limit for return Nov. k'4. Stop^overs will be allowed on return trip west^of St Paul within the limit of ticket
ReducedRates to the Missoula Races.
Onaccount of the races at Missoula, Sep^^tember 3rd to 4th inclusively, the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of one and^one-fifth fare for the round trip from all^points between Helena and Heron. Tickets^will be sold on September 2nd to 4 h inclu^^sively, (rood to ret urn until September '^inclusive.
Chas.s. Fee, O. P. and T. A.
A.D. EllOAB, (reU. Agt
LowRates to Columbus, Ohio via of^the Montana Central Route.
TheSovereign Grand Lodge of Patri^^archs Militant and I. O. O. F. convenes at^Co'umhus, Ohio, Sept 14thTo 22nd. The^Montana Central Railway will sell tickets^for tills occasion at one fare for the round^trip ($48 15). Tickets to be sold Sept llth
to14th inclusive, with final limit of sept^30. For further information inquire st city^ticket office or ofH. C. Ivks.
I.o. o. F. Excursion.
Onaccount of the meeting ot the sot-^ereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at^Columbus, Ohio, Sept 14ih to 22nd inclu^^sive, the Northern Pacitc railroad will^make a rate of one fare ^S4N 15; for the^round trip from Helena to Columbus and^return. Tickets will be sold on Sept llth^to 14th inclusive, good to return until Sept^30th.t has. s. Fes\
G.P. 4 T. A . sl Paul.
A.D. Edgar, Gen. Agt. Helena.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will sell excursion tickets trom st^I'aul and Minneapolis to Helena at 548 w,^on fare, tor the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. 4tb and ^0ih. Sept 10th^and 24th, Oct 8th. (rood thirty days,^stopover privileges will be allowed within^limit of ticket
Viathe tTasssj Pacific and Chicago A Al^^ton railroads. Tbroucn Pullman sleepers^are now ron between Cheyenne and Chi^^cago via Denver and Kansas City.
A.E. Veazik.^Pass. Agent
Forchapped handa, roughness of the
skin,pimples or blotches of any kind on^the face or other parts or the body, apply^Dotard's Specific. It works like magic and^is warranted by druggisu. Sold by R. s.^Hale ^ Co. wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
|iir. o aft.r eating, heartburn, l i'k^headache and indigefii^n are cured bv^Hood's sarsapanlia. It also creates a good^appetite.
Ifyou could see ^our own scalp through^an ordinary magnifying glass you would^be amazed at the amount of dust dandruff,^and dead skin thereon accumulated. The^best and most popular preparation for^cleansing the scalp is Ayer's Hair Vigor.
AWoman*. Discovery^-^ AtK^th^r wonderful discovery has be^n^^made ana that, too. by a lady in this coun^^ts ^ Dtseasf fastened its clutches upon her^and for seven years she Withstood its se^^verest teats, but her I ital organs were un^^dermined and death seenod imminent For^three months she coughed incessantly and -^could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle^of Dr. King's New Discovery for Constimp-^uon and was so much relieved on taking the^first dose that sbe slept all night and with^one bottle has been miraculously cured.^Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.^ Thus^writes W. C. Hamrick 4k Co.. of Shelby. N^C. Get a free trial bottle at R. s. Hale A^Co's. drug store
Therewas a tern die epidemic of dysen^^tery and bioody flux in Pope county. Il^^linois, last summer. As a.any as rive^deaths occurred in one day. Messrs.^Walter Brothers, of Waltersburg. sold over^SM0 bottles of Coiic, Cholera and Diarrhoea^Remedy during this epidemic, and say^they never beard of its 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 bv :t after the doctors had given them^up. Twenty-five and 40 et^nt bottles for^sale by H. M P^r-h,n A Oh
ASara Cars Mar Ptaaa,^Dr. Kirk's uerman Pile Ointment has^aured Blind, Blending and Itching P ies^when all other ointments have OUed. It^absorbs the turners, allays the itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment to^prepared only for piles and itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Kaary^box is warranted, sold by droggitrts r^sent by mail on receipt of price. SO cento^and Si per box. Sold by B. S. Hale A Oo.,
KnightTemplar s Conclave at Was^ington.
Fortho above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rale of S74.45^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton aud return.
Ticketson sale Oct. 1st and 2.1 only: going^passage limited to Oct 8th: extreme limit,^Nov. 24tii. Stop-overs will be ^^ I 'owed,^on return trip west of St i'aul within^limit ^^f ticket
Chas.S. Fee, G. P. A T. A, St Paul.
A.D. Kdoak. Gen. Agent Helena.
I.O. O. F.^On Sept 11, 12. IS and 14 the l'nion Pa^^cific will sell excursion tickets from Mon^^tana comon points to Columbus, Ohio,^and return for 848.15. Tickets good re^^turning until Sept 30.
The.NortnernPacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, St^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round trip^(S48W|. Tickets will be sold on Aug. 4^and 20. Sept. 10 and 24. and Oct. 8. Ex^^treme limit thirty days. Stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket
A.D. Ed^ar. Cien'i. Agt, Helena.
Chas.S. Fa*. Oen'l. P. A T. A. StPani.
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, D. C.
Thel'nion Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C, and r turn, for the^shore meeting, at the rate of ^74 45 lor the^round trip. Tickets will be on sale from^October 1 to 4. inclusive, good k'oing until^October 8: good returning in trunk line^territory until October 18; final limit, Octo^^ber 21.
A.E. Veazik. Passenger Agent
Manyof our legislators have an itching^to become constitution makers, though^^constitution linkers-' woulddescr,he them^better. Probably it was observation of this^which led Thomas H. Benton to say: ^The^safety of the country is in the tranquil^masses: its danger from the uneasy poli^^ticians.^ If is not a good thing to fre^^quently amend the constitution of a state,^hut with an individual it is different Our^constitutions ^ very now and the become^impaired, and then net J to be made over^or hui.'t up again. Travel amid scenes of^beauty and other comfortable and luxuri^^ous conditions, is one of the best constitu^tion-makers. To secure the greatest bene^lit. take a journey, securing your ticket^i ver the fast, handsome and elegantly^e*J .ipped line of ^The Burlington,^ east,^^ orth or sooth. For particulars call on^any ticket agent or write to W. .1. C Ken-^MS, Gen I'ass. Agent, C. B. A N. R R.,^St Paul. Minn.
Totamper with symptoms indicative of^growing kidney disorder; to neglect for a^brief time needful stimulation of the renal^organs ^ Sen tht ir inactivity points to their^eventual permanent disease, to certainly^very risky Indeed, Ttato la. however, a^risk that maov persons perceptibly drifting^into Hnght's dixeas . diabetes, catarrh of^the bladder, Ac. constantly Incur So^those who read, reflect and heed the lessons^ol recorded experience, the advisability of^usscg Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a^diuretic, need scarcely more than a sug^^gestion No fact is more generally ad^^mitted by the medical profession and the^public than its ^ fbcacy tor the prevention^of serious renal disease. The Lnmedicated^exc.tants of commerce, no matter bow^pure, bear in mind, react prejudicially^upon the kidneys whan inactive. The^U tters subdues malaria, constipation and^rheumatism.
Itchingpiles ate ssown by niourrure like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^f^rm. as well as blind,^trailing piio*. yield at once to^tlon of Dr. Boaaakos Pile Remedy, which^acts directly upon the parts averted, ab-
- ng tha aaatam a:.a^.^g tt.e M^Itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty canto. Address The Dr. Bosankn^Medicine company, Piqaa. a Sold by B.^a Hale A Oa
CoHe.^i hi^ Remedy.
Thismedicine can always^poo, not only in the milder
dysenteryand cholera infantum. The lives^of many persons, and especially children,^are saved by it each year. It to pluaaaat,^safe and reliable. For sale by H. M. Par-
8anFrancisco and Los Angeles Ex^cursion Rates.^The l'nion Pacific Railway company will^sell excursion tickets to san Francisco and^Los Angeles on Sept 15 and the same date^monthly thereafter at the following named
F*To'sanFrancisco, going via Ogden and^return same, 875. - ^
ToSan Francisco going via Portland and^return same. 875.
Tosan Francisco, going via Oi.'d--n and^return via Portland, or vice versa, tKI.
ToLos Ange.es, going via Ogden and^Sacramento and return same, 88a.
T Los Angeles, aoing via Ogden and^Sacramento and return via san Francisco^and Ogden. or vice versa. 8V4.
ToLos Angeles going via Oed-n and^San Francis o and return same,
ToLos Angeles going via P rtland and^return via Sacramento and Ogden, or vice^versa, fluV.
ToLos angelen going via Portland and^re; urn same, f i^^.
Passengerscan have choice of two routes^between Portland and San Francisco, either^by the way of the all rail, the Mount Shasta^route or by steamer.
Theabove tickets are good going sixty^days from date of sale: extreme limit six^months; stop over privileges allowed going^or returning at any point within the limiL
TheUnion Pacific will also sell excursion^tickets from Helena to Ogden. Salt Lake^city and Garfield Bea-h. on the 15th of each^month at rate of 830 00 for the round trip;^extreme limit six v days: stop-over privi^^leges allowed going or returning at any^point within the limit.
A.E. Veazik, Pass. Agent
Derangementof the liver covers a multi^^tude of ailments. In all cases where the^functions of the liver are interrupted or^disturbed, and the bile. Its constituent se^^cretion, left circulating in the bio-si ^..m.-^dtsocder will follow. Dr. Henley's Dande^^lion Tooie will restore the liver to its nat^^ural dutivs and promote the secretien of^bile, thereby preventing jaundice, dyspep^^sia, biliousness and other ailments.^Sold by R. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and^retail agents, Helena.
Hai.aua,Oct 7, 1887.
Iwas suffering from an unusually bad^*ough, my lungs were sore and congested,^and I consulted one of the beet physicians^in Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. I became 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^^ompletely cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend itJacob Switzkh.
1had a racking cough and Inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon t he recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely enred by it I^consider it a never failing remedy for a^sough.j. Fklobkbs.
Acker's..og.ish preparations are for sale^In Helena only bv R. s. Hale A Co.
Dr.K. D. Larke, of Rogers 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 says it succeeded, where all^other remedies failed. Not a single case^was lost in which it was used. This^remedy is the most reliable and most suc^^cessful medicine known fur colic cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea and bloody^flux. 25 and SO cent nettles for sale by ii.^M. Parcben ^fc Co,
Doyou ever have pains in the back and^loins^ If you do, attend to them now,^don't wait, delays are dangerous. Nip the^disease n the bud and save your health^and doctor's bills. A few doses will pre^^vent Brigbt's Disease and insure you health^comfort and happiness. S ^id by R. S. Hale^A Co., wholesale and retail agents. Helena
Manyyoung ladies are ruining their^complexion by the continued use of poison^^ous cosmetics and so called face washes.^The greater number of tin *e preparations^contain mineral poisons, that in time shrivel^up the skin and give the appearance of dis^^sipation and old age. Dutard's specific is^not a paint, hut a gi eat besulifier, in as much^as it removes all blemishes from the skin,^instead of covering them. It cures chapp-d^hands with one application. Sold by K. S.^Hale A Co., wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
CoughI and Cough 11 and Cough 111^What In 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 to no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^guarantee lb For sale by all druggists.^R. s. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents.
W.D. Suit, druggist, Bippus. Ind., testi^^fies: 'I can recommend electric bitters as^the very best remedy. Every bottle sold^has given relief In every case. One man^took six bottles, and was cured of rheuma^^tism of ten years' standing.^ Abraham^Hare, druggist Bellvllle, Ohio, affirms:^^The best selling medicine 1 have ever^handled in my twenty years' experience, is^electric bitters.^ Thousands of others have^added their testimony, so that the verdict^is unanimous that electric bitters do cure^all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood.^Only a half dollar a bottle at Ii. S. Hale A^Co.'a drugstore.
Bacaiaa- Arnica MiTa
Thebeat salve In the world for cuts,^orulses,* sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^i-riis, and ail skin eruptions, and posittve-^y cures pil^S, or no pay required. It to^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^iioaey refunded. Price 26 c*nto per box.^err aale by k. s. Hale Jk (v.
3y.c of Sip O'ana 18. Srst.m.
c^ f .d^ is Piaaaam and ^^^^^^.
OFsPtlllL IMPORT HIE
MineralClaimants ia Intnl.
HsxenaMont., Sept. 1. 1889.
Certainvery recent ratings of the^General Land office at Washington upon^the requi eii.- * ^^ to proof iu Mineral^Entries m^de by corporations or indi-^vidoalx, make it extremely probable that^the majority of t-ach entrie^, for which^applications: for patent are now pend^^ing. WILL BK SI SPKNUED FOR SI P-^PLKMENAL EVIDENCK.
Itis certain ^ ^ wise precaution to an-^ticipat- a probable hindrance to the Issu^^ance of a patent by a careful re exami^^nation of the proofs fnrnUheii, in order^that sruch evidence, if found w.nting,^may be it once supplied.
Forsuch examination and th1 prepa^^ration of all pipers needed in mineral^claims my many years of recent service^in the General Land Office give me spe^^cial advantage.
A.H. NELSON.^Land and Mining Attorney.^Room 8, Atlas Building.
ChemicalLaboratory.^J. T. GOVE,
Soldsad MIw $1 so Ztac.*^
Bid.are In^ t^d for the deliver, at tho court^b ^usj of 309 rords of scan -. first class cord wood:^iso cords ^^ wills pln^: iso cords ^ f Ir; or all of^.Ither. Word u^ b^ d^Ur*rW. to .n'troB.smptSom.^Kids will hw received aaUl tassdar. v|*^'^^IT. 1SSS, a^ IS m. to b* ^*^^ -a and addmwsd to toe^coast, clerk By order of i-e ^.^r- of romrait-^.1 -er^.J. 8. TouKIK, Clerk
Dated:Helena Sept a, lanS.
1*4w Taiaraawrw St, i^P^^Tu^^n, oai , Sept. s, MBS. (^The pataltr are h-reh. wtrn-d not to aroe.l any^report a[-on 'ay irlae c remise property ^j the^late Prof. Jjebna e c l.Ttoa aaless the saaas as
^,d hj Helen P Clayt.1. widow of th-
andWilliam Huntley Haas
WOOLFOLK ^ BROWNING.
aTTORNbTS-aT-LaW.304 DBaaaon rra_
VXTKMISA.BYBCBO^omCS-Bnct A Tliail
Hipi inset. IU*^May JO, last.^My mars caaghl^sold; result- ^welled^limbs; lump bctwaaa^fore-legs arid lnSane^rniooa C a r ^ d hat^with EL Jacobs OIL^L O. GA^DN'KS.
Jus*20. lSBm,^My boras was hart^on h!sd leg; suffered
ths;was enrol t j St, Jar-obs Oil; curs^remained permanent. W. J. CLIXX.
tWt wwsjrj fjsalr ftj^Tasa far bt a f^*c
8North Main Str , Helena, M. T
Doyon want a BARGAIN in anything y.,o wwar^or use la the line of
VisitH. tons a
BARGAINSthroarbottt tha Satire K.tabllah^meat. A elatt will repay yon.
Agentfor Batasrtck's Pattern, end HI ^ Baaar^worms.
$3,500buys a ledge of hematite Iron,^fluxing, lime stone and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad.
18.500buys 440 acres of fenced land, and^all appurtenances for aheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best range in Montana, twenty^five by sixteen miles in extent. Also.if^wanted, :..:.^^^ head of sheep at #2.50^will go with the range. Wood, water,^grass and shelter plentiful.
$1,100buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest in 320 acres of coal laud by a^railroad near Butte, containing three^distinct veins of good coal, respect^^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet in thick^^ness.
Also,line building propositions in the
businesscenter of Butte,^Kor sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS ^ CO.,
REALEST ATX A MINING BROKERS,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M. T.
r7e-n.-i, Montana, Fih. tS, ift.ttf.
Ihereby certify that a can of^Pioneer I ^ ^ k /N^^-.f^r, antiiyzetl hy^mc thi* i.'j.v, consists of chemically^pure ( rr.ttt: Tartar ami i*cnt Soda,^and contains no other ingredients of^any kind.
A.W. HAXD,^Aasaycr and Chemist.
atchiiiiai a Co . SiaSKtwrn, S.r.,Cal.
Opp.First National Bank.
Goodvear'sM TAH BELTDi
GOODYEAR'SGOLD SEAL^Rubber Hose
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Wtmdow Awninc*^and tfcs latest Improved liter*, for haaslng.
auras of all kinds sad wtctts trom unincaar^wide to 1^0 tnchee wide always In stock.
Thslatest Improved Camp Goods^^^t\ sTVSIT fV-CL*Na
5.3. 2TJ2T ft CO.,
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedla 16VS1^110 OS sea.
United9tatx5, Canada and Kct.opx^Manager of the Montana DtstrleL
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
OfrWeomer *tfc avenue and Main Street.
Physican Sargaon.Aoootichsr. Ocallat
'* ^* ^ea Praacaseo medic*: nortec*, alao^Nevada State Medical Society
Otlte Pen-hen's - rag store, comer abore Hat*^asm Broadway Bntrarce oe Broadway aad J vk-^wb. H.leaa, M^^mad Bawile-
Allkinds of merchandise and othf^frelghte^lneluding ores, promptly tran^-^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Su^re and at the^lepot. Orders wtU r^oelve prompt st-^tentloo
Wrnlng.^1'-* * ammmaaam tr^ ta. Kiacaroot Bon,
S1,^^* ^m^i^7 lu aBBBB mark ana h-and of^saatk. enmeasuac of hone, aad rattle. aU
1POSITIVE l^ L0ST ^ rarxm majthcod
_ _fc fcanal aa^ BXBwc,r.g BOrUTT
IBBaihtAl e^ ^ cfAi^. s '
rrconforms to shape op foot
Iftotwtn: perfection in St. with rreeeoea rraei^corns anl all discomfort Jvm will mlwav. w.m^Oir Burt A Packard Sfoe. it i^ aekaaaersaaBH^a. 'h w. aad .jws weew
feotl tw^a't i^oe maile ii the World,
Don'tspoil your feet by weariog cheap
nwBurt ^ Pacsard Shos'wi'lw
sBjvsmsaSSiBe aww empewm aaaeaa.
All.tyle. in ii.n.1 made, flaixl welt, aad^atee Bot *
1:DOisjuli. by your
SJBjf ^MM mM jour aVUJrt*a to
Packardql held, Brockton. *^^^*- I
FRcDGAMER, Heler.a Mont
K.S. HALE^ CO.
WHOLBS ALB AUD RBTAIL
DealersIn Patent Me^lrliree, Fancy Tol.^^ooda. Lantern Lamps and Lamp Woods, Olala^Paints. Oil., etc. ^ nr.'cai Instruments, t'rawLe.^Brares, etc. Whole.ale arents for C'nro ft^Coasts anl Col. s, hiik e Pile Ointment, Witch r^MSpBBBMB, Bueaako Medklnee, Dr. Kllmerf^KeneriT, t^anrteiion Tonic. Oregon Kldaey T^^Datard'sSpeclac.
URS-LIIBIO * CO.. F.ora the
Medicaland Sure*'.. iil Instltat.,^301 and 303 Went 9th St.. Kansae
City.Mc and 400 deary^San Kranciaco. Cal.
Forthe Treatment of all
Chronici Surgical Diseases
Thea Vive l^as eetattlt.hed and most succeesf c^speclaltetf will open private reception parlor, a^the ssaBBBSBI corner of Main atreet and Broad^waj, opiKxdie V. indsor hotel, i'-utte,
beetra.ltiuea, apparatus and equipment* for^sncceeefai treatment of every form of disease re^qolrint medirel and aarelcal treatment.
btztytwo new roima for p^.tienta; beet arcom*^modations west sf New York.
Writefor lllnetrated papers on Deformities^Clati feet, Carvatare of the S,.'ae, Piles, Tom oca.
Cancer,Catarrt, Broncbltia. Inhalatinn, Kier^trtcily, Ba-meeim. Paraly.le, Kpllepey, Kidney.^Bladtier, lye. Bar, 8kin and Blood, and al^Surgical Opeiations.
Dleeaseeof women a specialty. Boot 05 dlt^easee free.
Theonly rellahle Medical and Snrslcai Inetltntt^maklns a eperlalty of private clseaeea.
.U Blood Dieeaeee anrceeefullv treated. Syrh-^liltls Prison rftnoved from the* i)itrn wlifoni^mercury. New Heetoratlre treatment for loss ol^Vital Power. Persons unable to rt'lt cs may be^treated at borne by correspondence, AU rommn^nlcatlona confidential. Bedlrinee or tnetrimena*^seat by mail or express eerorely packed, oae^personal Interview preferred. Call aad roasuli^as, or send history of your case aad we wtlJ send^In plain wrapi^er oar Book free, e:.,^I.inlng wbj^thoaeands cannot be cared of PrfVaie, special^aad Nervoca Dlaeaeee, UemtnaJ Weakness, bper-^malorrhaea, Impotency, nyphiil*, I lusisiksaa.^Oleet, Yarlrocie, etc etc.
PacificCiaet Institute eatahllsbed for nearly a^nnarter of a century. Corner of Ueary and^Mason streets, Prancleoo, Cal. Dlrj^-nean^and Drug btcre occupylns whole corner of block
Flretlase rooms and Board for SW) patlea^ *'^the eanitarlum connected w^ - r
'all or addreee Kansas City, Mo. or Man Frudeco
notice)of Fxpiratioa of Time for^Retistratlou
Notice1. hereby siren, pirsuant to sections 5^aad isorsbe revletraUon laee of Montana, that^the t'.m- for the resletra'ld- at the BSBHS of the^^B*HBi I electors of Amu-U resletmUr n district,^r*^ . 10, the c only of La wis and Clarke, term -v^of Montana prior In the ten-rai eiectl ^n to be^held on 1 i-sed.y, October 1, 1#^, will est Ire al in^o'dors p m on the IMS day of beptember, 1W9^The dle'rlit is romp^eed ^ the voting ; reelects^ot Augusta and l'eerborn Cea}ea^I. c FLBMIgg Hertetry A sent.
Noticeis hereby giver, that the time for the r*-^rletratlon of the nunea of tee qualified elector. In^Dlatrt-t Mo 1, In the county of Lewis and Clarke^and Territory ^ f Mi niana, prior to th. general^elr^tlon, t.i t^ held on tba 1. niy of t^ctoher, A^!^., I!**. for th- said con^ty i f Lr-wls ^cd Clarke*^*lll .xpire at ino'clork p m on the 15th dar of^^Septemler, s. D., StB
Tie namea of the several precincts or polling^places embra/wd la raid Klectl n Dletnct No. 1,^are as follow.; Prectacts Nos. 1. z. S, 4, 5, a, la^First, Iw.nd and Third wards, Helena. Cnion^viile aad Park Uty.L.F. l^CKOIX,
Ki-ctlm District No. 1, Dewts asc Clarke coun-^tv. k'Btaav Hoom Sii, Pltt^ht:rsb Blork.
Noticeof Exuirat oq of Time tor^Kegistration
NoOVela hereby given. That the Urn* for the^regletr ition of the namea of t^equalified elector.^In election district No. a. In the conuty of Lewie^aad Clarke and territory of Montana, prior to the^gen-rat election, to he I'M on 1 u.-eoay, the first^day of ^ ctober. A Dtor th^ aaid couuty of
1awla ari Clarae. will expire at ten o'clock p. m.^cn the ^vh day of ^-ept.ni'^er, A D. IS 9.
Tnenani^e of th^ .everal preclncte or polling^p'acee em t^-^i in aaid e'ortion dlauict No 4 are^as to.l ^^^: Bast Helena. Frenth Bar er.d Spo^^kane.
nB. CL KK, Kecfrtry Ageat^Iitatnc' v o ^. i.e^i^ %pd CtarkB ounl^, Montana.
Noticeof Expiration of Time for^Bsglatration.
Noticeta hereby given. That the time for the^reci'tratlon of h- aamee of thequalieec electors^In e erUon dl-trict N-. la the county of Lewis^and ^ large, aad territory of Montana, p-lor to the^general elect! n. to held on Tuesday, tne firrt day^of October, A D. 18m, for the aaid county of^Lewie an'1 Clarke, will ^ xplre at tea o'clock p m.^o^ 'he 1Mb day of September, A D. 1s^
Th n. me. of the several r redact, or polllns^plaree embraceo tn said e ectioTi dl-tnct N i. * tr^^ee follow*: Preclncre Noe. T. 8. S, 10, 11. IX, IS.^14, aa, xa. In fourth, fifth, sixth aad seventh^warda of the city of Helen*, ttoodwlne aad^Valley.
Xp KINNBT Resletry Agent^Election dletr^-t No S, Lewi, and Clarke ronnty,^w'^nt.tna. rfljre ensl* e hoa-e. near foart kou
Motloe)of rip:ra ion of Tims for^BasBjIal ration.
Notleeat hereby given. That the time for the
.egtetrattcnof the tame, of tbe qua'ISeo elector.^Bt limine dletnct No. a, in the coar.i; of Lewis^aad Clarke, aad territory of Mot tana, prior to the^g^ t.aral election, to be held t n Tueeday, the 11 ret^day of October. A D. I^b*. for the aeM crwsty of^Lewie aed t larke, will expire at tea o'clock p. m^on the -^th day of *ep4eaaher, A D. 1SBS
Then.mea of the several precinrte or polll-g^place* embraced la raid election cletrlrt No. S ar*^as f Howe: KeaeAerr, Mouth of Nelson aad^Butler.
GKOROBSITM2K. Kegietry AgeaL^DaatltH No. LewU aad Clark* c nnty. M^ ntana
I^xs c ratnaaa.
A.E O B
a.a a ocmu
AM'CONNELL,^: I T E O T s
lieBoard of county oowtrnwekia* ra of Lewie^aad Clarke countv. Moetara, will meet at their^ofBce, Bordav. September IS, as a board of^eqialiaati. n aad correction of the aeeewsaaaa*^rou for the piesaat year.
J.8. TOO KB h, Ckark.^Daasd Helena. M. t., feptemher 1. ISSt.
ASHBORN K. BARBOUR,
Attorneyand Coiuelor at Lai
MAeONlCTUFkl ^ BUN A. BUT.
Room10, Third Floor, Ashby Block.
F.O. Box THS, Helena, ML T.
Publicbuilding., chore he* and dwellink hotsea^decorated In tLe latest .tyls.
rt.'erenre*:II n W. A Clark aad Mr. M. J.^Talhott. Batte: Hon 8am Word, Mr*, n. T.^Haueer, Mr. F rL Wallace, Mr. Joha C. Paulsen,^Helena.
Scratchwork aad Bmboeeed Oraamaatatlor
ateatL a epedalty.
aHistory of Our Heroes. Our Btateemen, Ou^8cho'ara, Our Men of Note In Every FleM.
D1MGLlii.MEY ^ CO.,
Oranges,Lemons ^ Apples.
DriedFmits and Nuts, Cigars^and Tobacco.
Specialties: Creweeat Creamery Ratter,^l it^ threw, \ raretable. aad Moalaaa^racking Hoaae I'rod act*.
OfBce.Cold Storage sad Warerooma, Corner Mon^^tana Avcnne and ^ P K K. right of way.
TheOnJv Hational Standard.''
CornerBrotulway ind Y^ arren Strr+jt,^Opposite U. 8. Aavay Ofllee.
thos.cbkikn As son, props.
MswlyFitted and Newly^Ladle* anl ^ien^ BaCia, Bi^BUlarc. HaU, with all Modern
Appletoa'aCyrlopaedla of American Biogra^^phy^ contains s biographical sketch of every per^eon eminent In American civil and military histo^^ry, in law and politics. In divinity, literature and^art, in science and In lnevnOon, including dlatla^sulehed persons born abroad that are related U^our national Metorv, and embrace* all the coun^^ties of North and South America. It is a com^^plete history of the New World In Svery branch^of human achievement.
Withspecial aecomodaeoaa tor Commercial^Travelers.
BUBHUNS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS
lenoirnouse-^8t. aad Helena av.. Heler.a. Montana.
rooms Irs tela** froal roost
Bsnaranteed rare for all nervous^dieeaee, *uch ae wz .K MEM^^ORY, LOSS OF BRAIN POWKK^Hvau-rla, Headach, 1'AI.N IN^TUB BACK, NBHVOt rt PHO*-^TR^T10N, WAKKFCLNKS8,^. LKl'l URKHOA^Before Taking;. TJNIVKRSAL^LA . I I)it,SEMINAL WKAK-^NKSS Impotency aad general^low. of power of the Generative^Oreann, In either sex, c-ueed by^Indiscretion or overexertion, and _^whlcb ultimately leea to PR^- jSr^l^MATI'KK OLD AGs, INSAVI- //b^^TT and COvsPMPTloN. fl a^box or six hex** for B5. Sent by^mall oe receipt of price. Full particulars la^pamphlet, eent free V every applicant,
\ h l.l ilMMIt: MIX BOXES
tocure any case. For every $3 order recelneiL ww^^^nil six boxes, with a written guarantee to re^^fund the money if our Specific doe. not effect s
AddreeeaU communications to the Sole Manu^^facturers, THS MUKHAY MKDICINK OO
Kansascity. Mo.^For aale tn Helena by H. M. Piiraix * Co.
WaterWhite Coal Oil
At25c a Gallon,
For Sale by the Following^Dealers:
H.H. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
_9_HA lehman.^AWoman's Face Is Her Fortune.
TheCelebrated French Cure,
IsSold oh a^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE
SBWawAatof the^generativs or-^gaua of either^aex whetner ar-^l.iug from tbe^exi . - ne irne of stimnlanta, lobaceo or oplnm.^Of tli ougb youthful io'liacretioii. over iii.lnlg-^en^ c, Jtc.. aneh aa I Jim ot Brain Power, Wakeful-^new, Hearing down Painaia the Bark, Meminal^V^ ilev. Hysteria, Nervona r*ro.tratlon Nocturn^^al Ki'iio.iona. l^ueorrhiPB, Dlzzineaa, Weak Mem^^ory, ijwr ot Powerand Imnotency, which if ne-
flecte-1oftea lead to premariireoldareand Inaan-^tv.^ Pn.-ell 00 a hoi.^ boxes for 15 00 Sent by^mall on r,w eix,t of price.
A\l ltd i |:\(. I ARANTFF for every 15 OS^Or^ler. ut refund the nionev if a I'ermanent^cure la not effected. Thousaoda of testimonial!^from old and young, of both aexea. re-rmanpntly^cured bv APHRoniTiss. Circular free. A-Mress^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.^westxrs saartca,^BOX 17POKTIaAND, OK
Holdby H. 8. Hale A Oo. wholenai* and retail^dmggiels, soie agents for Helena. M.mi
cklrandPerman*^rm n i.y |HeOsa*wri^l^rt 1 iFrtrETi pati -^ACNtl Ei-ASTICTRc.
tx,i.AST, 0%-t.v flrvr:^Clectr'r Tru^e I'*Tf*ctRV^o-c^ ^^'..uj to w nr. In.t.n'.ly aaBJafaaewM
U cured then^ndl. Catab i^f r , ^ , ; lue-i'. -l l aap.!,! n .
Aftera few (lavs' use will Permanently Remove
allBlotchee. Botha, Pimple* and Freckles, pro^^ducing an Entnncinji, Beiut.'u' Compl.xlon^that abames tbe nee of powders and cream.^Warrantee perfectly harmless Mold by all lead^^ing druggists at fl.OO per box of l ^^ wafers.|
DR.81M V 8' safe PERIODICAL WAFERS^are *u^e and reliable for all female rr. , nlarltle.^I'rlce $2.00 l-er box. Sena by mall (eecneei on^receipt of price. Warranted to contain no^^Taney^ or ^Pennyroyal.'
IHUMLERa CO . S3 Chamber. St., Ne^ York
H.M. Parrhen A Co., Hole Agents, Helena.
R.8. Hale a Co^sale agents.
1prescribe .ns felly aa^dome b'.g B tl the on:J^ar-ec.flc tortheccrt^incara^of this di.eaae.
Ameter..u.. St. Y
Webar. sols Big G for^many years, ard ii baa^given the beat ef aai
D.K. DTCHK* CO .
Chlrago.Ill^BI OA Re d br Orngglau
,H. M. Parchen A Co , wb-^le-
Mainstreet, Helena, Montana. Bs.lneee center of th* city. First class. All street cara pas^i^*^a^! restaurants In rJ^we proximity stall i.ricea. Baropean Plan. Kooms* Nr.
Tic.tl.00, suits B1.50 per day according to Mcatloa. American Plan Bl.S to B3.50 per day.^weekly rate. No dlerepntahl* people allowed.B. O. LKNOIR/Prop. buta h
OPENSMONDAY, AUG-UST 12,
Inthe ATLAS BILLIARD HALL. Direct^Telegraph Wire to all National Turf Congress,^Eastern Circuit and Montana Circuit Tracks.^Come in and see the horses run. by telegraph.
eirfSr^v LIFE RENEWS
ThePioneer ol trie Great West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldest. Host Reliable LradlDK Plrftt-elaaB Hotel to tbe Territoiy.
DEPIERCE S W^w Oal^CHAIN BELT i
tIr gl.tt.^MAtlNFmC FLA SI
.V iC Tf*U^S CO.
Furniture, Carpets, Wail Paper
Havingleased the two upper floors of th* Davidson block aad connectr 1 aa same with oar all esHi^imm.na* salesrooms, we now occupy four enure floors extending through the whole block frosa^Jackson to Main street, stocked tbrc.ighor.t with good* of every trraJ* ana at price* that defy comn*^^tttlon. Bvery purchase made bTRlt'TLY FOR C'AbH DiRBCTLV FliOM FIRST HANDS sac^shipped iaCAK LOADS ONLY. Aa examination of good* tad com parte, a of prates anlhlsBB.
IPIANOS, ORGANS and MUSICAL MEKCHADIHT.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
BESTLIGHTED STORE IN THE CITY,
Asin all -orevious seasons the best styles are controlled by us and cannot be shown by^other houses! The assortment, which comprises the Best and Finest Goods brought to this^country, is the largest we have ever shown, or which has ever been shown in the northwest.
NEWDRESS GOODS, NEW SILKS, NEW DRESS ROBES!
DIRECTIMPORTATIONS!^NEWSHADES IN SILKS!^BLACK DRESS GOODS A FEATURE!
OurDress Goods and Silk Department invite your inspection, if you purchase or not. The^Ladies cannot fail to be interested. Beautiful goods of the most stylish and novel character^in fashionable colors. The assortment includes quaint effects of days gone by, but to-day^new and stylish.
BLACKGOODS, MOURNING GOODS,
Includingall the new weaves. Fabrics in jet-black, blue-black, black mixtures and^mourning grays. The assortment includes the finest qualities of Bombazine, Serges, Henri^^ettas, Crepe-Me-Rettes, Cashmeres and Bedford Cords.
Includingall over-laces to correspond. Laces are worn the world over and never'out of^season. The Fish Net Lace is an especial favorite as a trimming for an evening entertain^^ment. Our stock comprises all varieties.
Weare Agents for Foster's Celebrated Lace Kid Gloves.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts.. Helena