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THEaIly INDEPENDENT: HELENA, thursday MOKMNG. SEPTEM^ei^ 12,1^^.
TheDemocrats of that Precinct Have^in Oratorical Treat From^Good Speakers.
HonSam Word and Judge
ncllTendered a 8plend.fi^Reception.
Tb Candidal*^. ^d
TbedWerat;on of democrats that *. ; :
outto EaatlMt W^M' j1^*^' ;,
theHon sam Word and Judge N W -I^Conneil were syreeaaiy surprised a- . ^^entered Capitol hail to nnd that place UJrt^to overti .wing with pe.,ple. The ne^ a -^nvajs were warmly greeted with app^ma the enthusiasm dnspia)e^l Ibrouflhs*^the meetm* i^ ot a character U.at ays*^volume, for the political feeling of t^i^Helena The attendance was said bj^who knew, to be much larger than that^tae republican meeting ot last *^^^^.^there were fully 150 men present U-t night^and an assemblage of workirg
MMHrithe Kood point* made Al-x^J Kurnes was ma^ie cuaumao ..t Ue m** i^ma The lion ^^m Word was ca:;f: i.p-^on amidst much applause to addre-,- t..^audience nrst. Mr * old maOeom^'^charactetisl.e speeches, which hns'i-d^with sound doctrine, wit and humor a: d a^fund ot anecdotes appropriate to the occa^sum He devoted a little lime to the r^ itis^tration ai.d election law* with wtiicti the^last r-puhiicao legislature in its Wladolu^l,ad burdened the pe..pie. He favored *^renisiry la*, but not on- ihat was atHii^U^ the farmer and ran Tier. BwtfMa'l^lieve in eucuu.berihgAmerican voters v^it.i^an election la* that is t^ reiijn and
tothem and casts the die of criminal upon^If they make one misstep. 1 he ri-^jty commissioners in sevi rm^laid, hail hx-ated the re,- Mer^tar oe^oi,d tne easy iipur/.i^cli^ot^hundreds of democratic farmers.
Inrep;j to a question recently asked by^Mr Carter, which was, ^What is there^about aii) ot the deuocraiie candidate-^thatanjuiie BhssrM he asked to v^ta tor^them .' ' Mr. W..rd aid, hrst, he would votr-^tor Mr. Toole l^-. aj-e he was a bril.iaut^younu m^n who had at ail times ai.-i u: der^all circumstances whi.e in the halls ol con^gress worked lor ihe interests ot Montana^Tie in.ire Ihan anyone, work^d su-^fu:i^ lor Montana's admission to stAle-^h^s^l aud the lamented ^^^unsvi^ Cox had^said ot Mr. T ,oie tbat he made the^speecti that was delivered in congress in^hefialf Montana's admission, lie wi.md^vote tor him because !.e was a Montaiuai:.^and a man in w hose hands the goverment^ot the new ^tale would t^e safe.
Hewill vote for Msfir Maginnis because^during the twelve years he had strv.d^the territory in aaaajpaaa he was^an earnest and erti lent worker for^Montana's good. He waa a credit^to the ^ouug territory, and a brainy^aud conscientious man: a man who by liis^atmitles had made a national repu attM^for himseit and was made chairman of Ihe^territorial MMM I and thus accoided the^privilege ot addre^piiig the house. Msj tr^Maginnis is a demo: rat and one oi^Montana's noblest sons who can always be^depended up^'ii to t outer the interests ^^!^the state. These and many others wer--^reasons why he, as well as a majority ^4^the voters of Montana, will vole lor 1 i^democratic candidates. The sp-aker le-^vtewed the legisUtive ticket and his IfcapsM^remarks and ajajasl*} ctrine were tri ^|ii: nilj^interrupted by applause. Mr. Word spoke^for fully an hour aad delivered an address^which made many votes
JudgeMcConneli was the next speaker^He said he was proud of being a democrat^because he was proud ot h iving a nann^The name ot republicanism is d'^ep ^.^^^especially t^^ the stranger in our niidsi^The democratic part^ is the party of tin^people and the republican party r-^^party of the rich masses against the f ^ w^and tie proposed iu a few minutes to con^vine^ everjone present of tins, l'h- i^- ^-^pie are the power aud every man in t' ^^^country should exercise hispierogaii-.t in a^manner that would protect Ika rights of all^people aud not the lew as is the MMhMeaa^principle, i applaio-e i ^ Who HMM ^ iiif re^^publican part^ .'^ lir asked: it is Ha hassa^holder ot the east and those who c. i i: .^the railroad monopolies: they are the peo^^ple who say to the common herd, ^I .in,^the great tiod: fall down a d ^or^h p^me, \e undenlug-: these are the peop^attempt to control the masses w,:.^wealth I he war did not afcaNsfe all ^h^slavery for the money lords ot tne .^have brought about abject ^lav r^which is worse to-day than the negro^ever endured
Thejudge then made a few n :^touching upon trusts. He said the ti.-im^-^cratic party as a whole is not tor free Th.i .^The true theory is to Ui heavily; lh.- . \-^uries ot life enjoyed by the wealthy mas-- ^.^^urh as coffre, salt, su^ar atni i e^^saiiesof lite he t^e:,evt i! m adaatttiarg tt ^^^to cope w itu the monopolists ot th'S '^^u j^try. I Applause i He did not telle.,^taxing th-poor man r.r ^i -t he i .u--^have A trust is a sacre l tiKtne, but as car^ried on to day it wss a conspiracy against^the masses i Applause., 1 he grest m^jontyofthis country ^ M tin- *MM . :^democracy. He spoke atrainst the oloat-n^republican hou iholders w ho are er.denvor^ing t detiiouettze the people's money^^silver. We can d o^ ri their argum-nts hut^we can't cope with their money.
Thej idge antiouuc-d his candidacy or^the stale senate and the announcement^was greeted with great spplau-e He ex^pected to quietly follow his profession, but^when he was called upon by a unanimous^voice to serve his party, he would not con^^sider himself an advocate of good govern^^ment it he ref us. d. He had come to *t.-\y^notwithstanding he was dubbeda ^carptt^bagger.^ i (treat applause.
liehad no word to say against his opp ^^nent. Judge Hedges: he loved that man a: d^would not like to beat him, but the j.ntje^has the queerest nctionsof government jud
PolllmrPlace* la the City ana Throat-b^^out tne CeawtT.
Kollowingis a complete list of all the^v ting precincU in the county, polling^places and judge*:
ITecinctNo. 1.^All that portion of the^First ward of Helena lyine east of Water^s reet; pol.ing place, 1U Bridge atreet^ludees^C.A. Blackburn, H. H. Guthrie,^O. C. Bundy, A. Dougherty, Dr. J. B.^Atchinaon.
No.2 ^All that portion of the First^w ard lying *e*t of Water atreet; polling^p.ace, STO Water street, Jacob Andrews'^house. Judges^B. H. Tatem, Ben Ben-^- :,. James O'Neill, John Horsky, Amos^H. Johnson.
No3.^Ail that portion of the Second^ward l)ing east of Kwing street: polling^I sea, engine house, near court bouse.
[wr^Henry Cannon, C H. Uidham, H.^M I'archeo, J. W. Hathaway, J. b. Allen.
No.4^Ail that portion otthe Second^wardi)ing west ot Kwing s^eet; polling^li .riuoiiia hall on Broadway.^^^ - -C P. Van Wart, L Marks, t W.^jo n. H. T. O'Buen, Henry Klein.
No5^All that portion of the Third^* ard lying north of fcd wards street; poll-
gplace, 33 Park avenue north. Koaa dt^1 utenlterg s oaint shop. Judgea^Joseph
.I M. Hoyt, H. Kirkendall, C. 11.^^MM U, W. K. Cox.
No.ii ^All that portion of the Third^ward lying south of El wards street; poll-
g i-iace. No 2^^ 1'ark avenue siulh, old^Mt Helena house. Judges^A. O'Connel^P. .1. O'Connor, L. W. Spencer, Albert^Kletnschmidt, J. swi zt.
No.7.^All that put ion of the Fourth^wardl)ing east of Warren street; polling^place. No. 3^i Fifth avenue, Oerhauser^huiidmg. Judges^Jacob Loeb, H. Gans,^F liamer, W. C. Uickey, W. B. Hundley
NoK.^All that portion of the Fourth^ward lying west of Warren street; polling^, ^ ^^^ Iron Front building lower Main^Judges^J. B. Wilson. James Horsky. J.^'. Wooltnan. Gus Weiaenborn, B. O.^Lenoir.
N...y ^All that portion of the Fifth^Aard I) ing east of Benton avenue; polling^place, 7Z3 Park avenua north. Judges^^l'hos I.. Martin, E K Tandy, J. B. San^rord, Bennett Price, .^. Olsen.
No.10 ^All that portion of the Fifth ward^lyitig west of Benton avenue. Polling^nUce, Broadwater's barn. No. 321 Spruce^^fot. Judges^J. W.Eddy, S. C. Gilpat-^ro k, A. J. Steele, T. H. Clewell, C. F.^Usm
No.11 ^All that portion of the Sixth^a ard I) ing east of Montana avenue. Poll^ing place, engine house, sixth ward.^.Ii.ciges^P. Leo, W. H. Cameron, A. S^ .lis. Currah, F, Tbieme.
N...B ^ All that portion of the Sixth^w ard I) ing west of Montana avenue. Poll^^ing !^^^^ . Helena cement stone works.
lo.igiK. W. McConneli, W. J. Hunter,
MeUBhw,K. J. Snaffer, H. C. Yaeger.
\ i.;. An that portion ot the Seventh^ward lying south of Fifth avenue Poll^^ing place, rear rtlV* Broadway. Judges^^A. i). Mmoiis. Kobert Leslie, F. K. Wal-^^ . ^^ urge W. Gibbs, J. K Miller.
No.14.^All that portion of the Seventh^ward 1) ing north of Fifth avenue. Pnll-
u i .ace. Jacob)'s carpenter shop. Eighth^avenue, near Davis street. Judgea^T. J.^U.vidsou, L. F. Evans. F. J. Lebert, T.^Wilcox. ^^. W. Langhorne.
No.15 ^All that portion of Marysville^iying east ot Main street polling place at^jail Judges^P. H. Shannon, C. E. Dud-^ey I). W. iiateman, Cbas. F. E as ton, J.^C. I! an rah an.
N^. H ^All that portion of Marysville^) ngwe.totMain street. Polling place,^i. ich Corey A Co.'s store. Judges^S. F.^Ktiston, L^. B. McKiilican. B. C.Jones.^S ,iiiuel Frame, John Larson.
No.17.^Uniouville., Polling place,^stsn's store. Judges^Francis Ke-^:,r ux. Fred Sein, P. H. Constans.
No.lh^Mouth of Nelson. Polling place,^house of Jerry Kobin-on. Judges^J. G.^Uobinson, Caspar Hoffman, M. A. Mattice.
No.19 ^ Kimini. Pollinir place. Bed^Mountain hotel. Judges^George Travis,^S. T. Clark. J H. Coo ley.
No.20^Butler. Polling place, section^house. Ju lges^E. H. Coulter, W. H.^Ames. J. K. Sleigh.
No.21^Kesslar-: polling place at school^ksM Judges^F. J. Wassweiler. Wm.^Moth, N. Keasler, E Krantch, A. P. Tur-^: er.
No.22^Gloster; John Henneberry's^ty Judges: J. C. Drinkwater, Frank
1ruedell. Gideon Jacob.
No.23 ^ Kmpirt; at Empire Mercantile^^oinpany's store. Judges^R. A. Bell,^. lohn Fitzgibbon, Antoine Simon, John^\ lileason, Thomas Tighe,
No.M^Silver City; at Montana Central^iep it. Silver Ju iges^Loretz Koppler,^'Am. Johns. Wm. Brown.^No. u.r^^lay tiould^At butcher shop.^, Jadgsw -Kobt. White, J. W. John, J as.
.. il. M lleimerdinger, Edward
\L'l-Canyon creek; at Negus Judges^^ i ^^ l -tit.- ;;.Frank M. Proctor,L. J. Mc-
No._'7_stemple; at mill. Judges^J. T.^Hsrp-r, Jos (ireen. H. L. Jones.^N L's. Goodwins, at school house. Judges
K-inert Duncan, Abner Adams, A. T.
Nil-V, Valley, at school house near Old^^ir.:v e hail. Judges^J. U. 'ones, Kobert^KifteaM. K M. Bunnell.
n^ ^). K ist Helena, at school house,
.H. T. Lnlolph. W. O. Hutchinson,
MM - . in. . A. G. Carson, M.^Jacobs.
No.31. French Bar and Spokane, Ben-
house.Judges^James L. Ray, D.^F. Ueajsy. i ) lan Uenton, jr.
NoXS, Mitchell's ranch, at Mitchell's,^lui ges-K C. Willett. E. S. Wilkinson,^Oiai S^^rtwick
X ' iru r^vilie, at hotel Judges^^W Williams, J. W. Carter, A. S. Mc-^I) .nald
No.34, '^raig. at Wagner's store. Judces
R J. Bernard, li. M. Stickney, John
No35, Dearborn, at Milot's. Judges^^A. Miiot, 8 verman, Charles La
No Srt^ llogan. at r^)St. thee;^Joseph Embody, O. ti. Wagers, J.^michael
No37 ^Augusta, at Man;x hall.^P K. Walrath, Wm English.D. J^W 1) Wl e ler. Phil. A. Manix.
No:ts-i^ arborn Canyon at demons.^' R ^. C. H, Ellis, John E. Embody, E.^C i lemons.^n ^ -K wk iCreek Basin, at Woodruffs,^politics he ever heard of lie then rea.l ,.n Jmiges. E. 11 Butcher, J. B Huff, E.N.
extractof a Herald editorial, which favor^minority ru e. He compared the edit-ri-1^with a ^freeie-oui.^ mining game. ^Gov^^ernment is purely a business affair, in^which the majority seek to foster thf ir^own interests This is the extrac: he^read, and asked whoever heard of such a^system of government. It is un-Amrncan^and is only a credit to the czar of Raws ,.^whose tyrannical rule has brought out^nihilism. It is despotism and undem ^^cratic.
Weall admit that the majority rules, bur^the majority's duty is to give agov. rr.m. i t^that will foster the will and interest of ti e^whole country, and is not subservient to^any clique or party. . Applause.
Thespeaker then referred to the man)^un-American and unnecessary questions a^man is asked when be goes To regisr^ r.^Why is it they want to know where every^man sleeps^ Why. it is for spotters t ^ piy^Into your affairs and see how you are going^to vote; it is nothing e'se. It is the law,^however, but a badly drawn law. He ft^vored a registry law. but thought this one^ought to bo wiped out Then we will pass^a law that will prevent fraud.
Relativeto the Australian law, he said^there was more machinery about it than^there is on a gallows, li-sides the hve^judges and booths for every fifty voters,^there la a twenty-five fis t deadline and if^a man gets one toe over this line he js a^criminal. The judge tore the foreign Aus^^tralian law to pieces and clearly illus^^trated bow cumbersome it was especially^to citizens who were not weil up on the^English language. ^We'll submit to it^this one time, but as Andrew Jacks ^n^would say, 'By the eterna1. we shall not do^it again.'^ The law is uo American aid^he doesn't believe the people there have^any such law. They are a civilized people^and moat of them came from England^where many of our American citiz ^ns^came from. What are ^,. going to do^about this ^ If a majority of the votes of^Bast Helena are cast for the republican^ticket they indorse this infa^^mous thing. If the reverse you^put your indelible and resolute aeal in^abolishing it from our sacred statutes. If^he Is sent to the state legislature he said he^did not propose to interfere with any of^the laws that were now satisfactory to the^people. He believed the man who en^^joyed a drink of whisky and occasionally^indulged in it was now paying sufti -lent^tax for that luxury and he would not in^^terfere with that measure or any other one^that had for its object the burdening of^any business which the people are w^to support. The iudge was loudly ap^^plauded as he concluded, and the meeting^adjourned with three cheers for the demo^^cratic ticket.
N^ ! i - Middle Fork Dearborn, at Hard^^er was Judges, j. W. Hardgrove, Jaa.^F. r^i, Krar k Blackston.
No41^Lutie Jennie Mine, at boarding^hoii-e. Judges, C. B Darling, P. G. John^^son, Jthn O Rourke.
Allkinds of wood and coal heating
s'ovt-sat -Murrock * Brown's.
Underwearand Sox.^Babcock's fall stock is now ready.^Select your goods early.
MONTANAWOOL.^It la la Good Demand aad Co:
Montanawools are In good demand In^the Boston market. The situation and^condition of trade is reported by T. C.^O'Brien of Boston, aa follows: ^There has^been more domestic wool selling the past^week, aa the sales wtll show, some large^manufacturers have been preeent, and^they have taken some large lines of tec^^torial wool, principally of the Montana^grades. The prices that have been paid^are not very much lower than could have^been expected, when the size and terms of^the sales are considered. Cash buyers can^generally obtain a little lower price when^bargaining than those who buy on credit,^and this has been the case in the wool^trade this week. There is no easier feeling^apparent and the changes that have been^made in our quotations are few. in fact^there was a better tone to the market, and^the feeling that prices had touched bottom^was more pronounced.
The demand for territory wool has been^active and the sales have been large,^amounting to 1.15o.300 pounds of all kinds.^Montana grades have been most sought^.after, and they have sold largely at 22c for^fine medium and some, tt was rumored,^even went for less money. At the same^time we have a sale of 100,000 pounds fine^medium and medium at 23c and some^small sales of mediam and three-eighths at^l^m'j7oper pound. Of course the latter^prices are extreme ones for very choice^lines. We would say that a fair quota^^tion to-day for fine medium Montana wool^was from 22^2S^*, but this price^has been refused by at least one dealer,^who says that he would not sell at one-half^cent under 25c per pound. The scoured^basis of the bulk of the sales this week^has been from ^0fa^2c. for hne; 67^0oc. for^tine medium; aud 564/57c for medium^The salts of the week include K75.0uu^pounds of fine medium Montana at 21^ 22^lnu.OOU pounds of fine, fine medium and^medium Montana at 24*.: 26 000 pounds^No 1 Montana at 26c; ^0,OUO pounds tine^and fine medium territory at !'.^^/23 ^ : 40 -^000 pounds at Iterate., and 69,Suo pounds^on private term*. '
Wehave made arrangements to kill and^dress our poultry here instead of shipping^same dressed from the east. Our arrange^^ments are such that we can furnish any^quantity on short notice,
LisdbayA Co. i Limited
TheCalirorala Star Mine - Southern Cross^Election*.
HenryKlein is home from Cslifornia,^where he has been attending to business^connected with the Star Mining company,^in which he and other Montanians are in^terested. He states that the mine has now^been placed under the management of^Otto Eberling. The former superlnten^tend. nr. Mr. Heberlein, did not give that^satisfaction that the character of the mine^merited. While Mr, Klein was there the^concentrator and tramway had been re^^paired and other machinery put in motion^for a long run, the result being that in eleven^days as many car loads of concentrates^were produced. Mr. Klein saya the mine^is now in good working order and will^continue to run steadily, barring accidents.^The mine, he says, never looked better.
Hevisited other portions of Cal^^ifornia besides Fresno county, where^the Star mine is located and^says the people are jubilant^over the result of the reason's crop which^has been very large In all classes, es^^pecially the grape aud fruit industry. He^met Albert Kletnschmidt there, who has a^large crop of fruit and is now making^preparations to market the same. Mr.^Klein says the weather is quite warm in^California.
Ameeting of the stockholders of the^Southern Cross Mining company was held^at Butte Tuesday for the purpose of elect^^ing officers for the ensuing year. Those^elected were:
President,Ben B. Harris; vice-president,^Salton Cameron; secretary, Guy X. Piatl;^treasurer, J. W. Fairfield; general mana^^ger, C. H. Hand.
Itis definitely stated by the president^that ten stamps will be dropping on ore on^October 20.
Thecounty commissioners finished their^business yesterday and adj mrned.
F.S. Lang made application in the pro^^bate court yesterday for letters of adminis^^tration upon the estate of * .eorge C. While^ly. deceased.
Mierff Jeffries wears a piece of court^plaster on his nose on account of the water^not being deep enough at the Broadwater^plunge bath where he dived.
Marriagelicense were granted yesterday^to Ulyase* James and Ida iiolmhers:^Harry Jobnson and Mary Nelson, ot Hel^^ena; Daniel Crowley and Elizabeth Her^^man, of Philipsburg
Theofficial announcement of the ap^^pointment of John J. Fallon general agent^of the freight departme t of the Chicago,^Rock Island A Pacific railway, with office^at Helena, has been received.
Thecontract for constructing the stack^and rtues for the new smelter of the Ana-^contia Smelting company has been^awarded to Vogel A Evans of Helena. The^contract involves 6 000 perch of rock aud^about 1.700.000 brick.
Theencampment of the Montana militia^will be held at Fort Ellis, near Bozeman.^October 7. and will continue one week,^l'h- B uman people are making prepara-^'ions to receive Montana's soldiers, and^the boys are also getting ready for the^^-vent. They think that blank, ts will be^in big demand if the cold weather holds^out.
AnnualMeeting of the Y. M C. A^There will be a meeting at the Young^Men's Christian Association hall this even^^ing at tt o'clock of all the members and^friends of the association. Do not fail to^attend, aa there will be important business^and an election ot officers to serve for the^ensuing year;
Seal. Seals, Seals!^Babeoek is headquarters for fur goods^Wait for the opening.
ordersfor cake at Woman's Ex-
Orderyour Milwaukee beer thorugh tel^^ephone 1*7. V- J- Kenck. agent.
Buyhome-made trait jellies at Woman's^Exchange.
SealSki..s.^Ladies can save money and get a large^stock to select from at Babcock's.
Tryour best patent Hour, the best In the^market, and WhiUaker star hams, at
.loHWT. MrarHT A Co-'a.
PattiRosa Coming.^Patti Lisa, the little woman who has^' danced and sung her way into the hearts^j of thousands, will appear at Ming's opera^! house Monday night next in ^Margery^Daw ^ Miss Rosa will only play for three^nights.
Eye,Ear and Throat Surgeon.
Dr.Wynne, oculist and auriat, \h% Main^street, foot of Broadway, Helena, Mont.
Wewill open next week the largest fur^s ock ever shown in Montana. Ladies can^do better with us than to order from^strangers. We have the goods and can^meet any competition. Everybody should^Inspect the line at Babcock's.
Babcock'sBasement^Will be full of fur goods next^Wait aad seethe new furs.
Icecream, hot coffee, hot lunch, soup,^etc to-day at the Woman's Exchange.
AMeet ing Held Last Night and a Club Or^^ganisation Perfected.
Germandemocrats held a meeting at^Harmonia hall last night and organized a^club, all active and enthusiastic workers^in the democratic held. Rossner's band^was in attendance and furnished excellent^music.
Themeeting was called to order by F.^W. Euphal who stated the object of it^T. F. Matbias was cbosen temporary chair^^man. Julius Kahn temporary secretary^and the organization was made permanent.^In the absence of Mr Kahn, Carl Teichert^acted until the secretary arrived. The^c ub was formed with the following offi^^cers;
PresidentT. F Matbias.
Thirdward^F. W. Kuphal.
Fifthward-^Sixth ward^Charles Stras^burg.
Loudcalls were made for John Stein-^mitz and that gentleman responded, mak^^ing a brief but vigorous speech. Excellent^speeches were made by T. F. Mathias and^C. P. Connolly. The meeting adjourned^to next Wednesday night, at which time^arrangements will be made for a meeting^to be held in East Helena Friday night^next
Office,bed room and parlor stoves at^Sturrock A Brown'a.
OFred H. Oilman, of Missoula, is at the
MrsM. S. Pierce, of Chicago, Is visiting^Helena, the guest of Mrs. Wrhitesides.
JoeMcDonnell and J. N. Fox, mining^men ot Deer Lodge, were in town yester^^day.
MissBarbara Blagher, of Rumsey, and^Mrs. R. H. Frazier, Craig, are at the Mer^chants.
AK. Norris and Mrs. M. M. Styles leave^this evening via the Northern Pacific for^the east.
W.H. Landis, Great Fails; J C. Barry,^Salt Lake City: W. Monroe, Billings, are at^the Merchants.
JamesCon ley. ot Deer Dodge, Jno. W.^Russell, of Wickes, and R. S. Ford, of Sun^river, are at the Grand Central.
R.M. Calkins of the firm of Calkins A^Featherly, left for his old home. Mains^burg, Penn., laat night to be absent thirty
AldermanJacob Loeb left last evening
onthe Northern Pacific for Columbus, O .^to attend the meeting of the Grand lodge of^Odd Fellows.
Hon.Wm. Dyer, of Butte, who Is en^^gaged in mining at Blackfoot, came into^Helena yesterday on business connect d
CarlGilbert, St. Paul, John Gruar. Tos-^ton. E P. Cntsholm of Bozeman, P. D.^Barnnardt of Cleveland, and U. A. Moore^of Detroit, are registered at the Cosmo^^politan
Ex-MayorH. L. Frank, of Butte, brought^Wesley W. Warren to Helena yesterday,^who with Dr. Atchinson's son Edwin left^last night for the reekskill, N. T.. mili^^tary academy.
Col.W. Y. Pemberton. who has been in^Fergus and Meagher counties, was in the^city last night on bis way to Fort Benton.^He says he didn't meet a democrat kicker^on his trip. Everybody is for the ticket.
J.L. Carleton, Yiss Darley, Geo. Coulter,^Miss Sbuh, Dan Crowley and Miss Herman^all of Philipsburg, formed a bridal party^which arrived at the Cosmopolitan yester^day. The happy pair were Mr. Coulter^and Miss Herman.
DavidMcCargo. general superintendent^of the Alleghney railroad, accompanied by^his family and R. Lamberton and (^has^Yerner. the former a banker of Oil City,^Pa-, arrived In Helena yesterday via the^Montana Central in private cars, and after^looking aroundjtbe city will leave for home^this e\ .r.g
Alarge stock of hot air furnaces on hand.
Canbe put in on short notice by Sturrock^A Brown.
ForSale or Rent.
Twovery desirable residences, one con-^. taining seven rooms^bath, pantry, cellar:^! the other six rooms, bath. etc. Good barn^on each premises. A bargain to any one^wishing to boy. This property: is on^Chaucer street, three blocks south of Broad^^way. Powseaalon l(Xh October. For terms,^address Dr. T H. Pleasants. Granite, Mont.
ParlorStove for Sale.^An Art Garland parlor heater, nearly^new, burning chestnut coal, for sale at 812^Pearl
TheCounty Commissioners Order^Registering Places to Close^Saturday Night.
NoTruth in the Rumor that Thomaa^C. Power Has Withdrawn His^Name From the Ticket.
ACandidate for a County Office Loses the^Votes of tne Salvation Army by^a Bad Break.
Registrationis going on briskly and^there will be a larger vote cast in Helena^than ever before. Notwithstanding the^decision of Attorney-General Clayberg^that registration agenU are compelled to^keep their offices open on Sunday for the^benefit of those desiring to register, they^will be closed Saturday night next at 10^o'clock in Lewis and Clarke county by^order of the county commissioners. The^board made that order last Tuesday, and^at their meeting yesterday concluded not^to rescind it. If a voter la unregistered^Sunday morning be will have lost his vote^by his tardiness.
Thework of making citizens goes brave^^ly on at the court house, and quite a num^^ber of foreign born males have taken and^continue to take out their first papers. A^laughable incident occurred yesterday^when an old battle scarred hero who Is^known to be a democrat, but who was^born across the water, attempted to regis^^ter without his papers. He was promptly^challenged by a republican, but swore be^bad been naturalized, and was allowed to^put his name down. The challenger^caught sight of a G. A. R badge the old^veteran wore, and apologetically re^marked: ^If 1 had known that I wouldn't^have challenged you.^ A laugh went^round the circle and the challenger went to^the court bouse to get a drink of water.
Arumor was current on the street yes^terday that Thomas C. Power bad with^^drawn his name from the head of the re^^publican ticket, because be bad hecome^convinced that he was going to be slaugh^tered for the sake of Thomas Henry Car^^ter The rumor was promptly denied by^Mr. Power and his friends, but notwith^standing the denials it was evident to a^casual observer in the field political that^Mr Power was wroth with those he loves.^Wnat they really did to bim will, perhaps,^remain forever buried in the breasts of the^wire-pullers. Mr. Power it still in the^race and will be until the votes are counted.
Theoffer of the republican state central^committee of S100 for information that will^lead to the arrest and conviction of anyone^guilty of illegal registration has not been^claimed, and there is not much probability^that it will be, for there is no illegal regis^^tration by the uemocrats; and if the repub^licans are doing anything of the kind it^will not become known. A peculiar case^came up before the registering officer at^the engine house yesterday, which might^come under tt e head of illegal registration^if the man's name is taken, which was not^done yesterday Mexican Joe, a well^known character about town, wanted his^name placed on the registry list. He^could not tell his age, where he was born^or whether he had been naturalized or not.^In short, he doesn't know who be is or^where be came from. As Joe has voted in^Helena for several years it is probable that^he will be allowed to exercise the privilege^accorded him heretofore.
Ofboodle, there can be no doubt but the^republicans have a fresh barrel on tap.^Rounders who have not had more than $1^at a time for the pa-u six months have^blossomed out with new store clothes and^swing themselves with the abandon of a^man who has just sold a mine. They also^crack a small bottle occasionally and^everybody is welcome. It they keep up^their lick several more barrels will have to^be rolled out and the beads knocked in^The boys claim the bosses can stand it.
Awell known county officer, who is a^candidate for re-election. Is a hard worker.^He visits ^ v^ rf place and becomes ac^^quainted with everybody. Of late be has^been cultivating the nj ^aintance of the^male members of th- ^a *i..n Army and^had every one of them pledged to support^bim at the pol.s. They loved hint^with the ardent tenderness they dis^^play towards the sisters of their little^na'id for the interest he manifested at their^meetings, and bis liberal contributions.^Every night until last night found bim sit^^ting near the anxious seat paying rapt^attention to (^apt. Keefe and joining in the^singing with bis fine bare o' tone voice. It^was a common thing when the colle'tions^were light to pass the hat several times to^the official who always chipped in tor he^knew there were twelve votes to gain and^that was the way to gain them. Yesterday^the official met eight of the red jacket boys^on Main street and shook each one warmly^by the hand. After conversing with them^a short time he said:
Well,boys, let's go and take some^beer
Alook of horror spread over the faces of^the Salvationists, and they began edging^away, when the official, realizing the mis^^take he had made, lamely tried to explain^to bis tee totaler friends that he meant soda^water, and tbey accepted his explanation^so far as to accompany him to the nearest^fountain. But they will not vote tor their^friend now. It would be again-t their pro^fession of faith. And the young official,^he will visit the great plunge bath and put^his head to soak for his stupidity in di^plomatic affairs. .
Oystersin every style at all hours at the^Louvre on Main street
Largeststock of fur good ever shown in^Montana opened next week at Babcock's.
Next Week's Opening.
Thelarge basement has been refitted for^our tur department.
Babcock A Co.
Youroysters cooked in every style before^your eyes at the Louvre.
Haveyour heating stoves put up by care^ful and experienced men. Sturrock k^Brown will do It for you.
Allclaims 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 it is not a cure-all and makes no^pretensions that every bottle will not sub^^stantiate.
LeaveYour Orders^For a winter suit and overcoat at Bab^cock's.
Donot forget the opening of the oyster^season at the Gouvre.
Acknowledgedby All.^Foy Sisters' cigar store and sample room,^14 Bridge street, ts the place for fine wines,^liquors and cigars. Singing every evenino.
RealEstate Transfers.^The following real estate transfers were
filedin the recorder's office yesterday:^a. R McKlasle to the Twohy Mcklnxle Pael^company, lots -JO and si, blk S^, I sakay
HarrisonAshby et al to Henry C Bargard,^a placer claim s*
TheEnterprise of Helena^Is wonderful. A. Kieinen, the popular pro^prietor of the Louvre on Main street, has^added another addition to his many attrac^^tion* in the shape of an elegant oyster^counter. This will be the only place of Its^kind In the city, and indeed supplies a long^felt want-^Better get a pair of those men's fine 96^shoe for $4 at Gamer's; its the biggest bar^^gain and deepest cut In shoes ever made In^the town.
ABottle of Wine For Ten Cents.^From and after September 10th we will^sell Cal. clarets and white wines, also^Letup's st Louis beer at ten cents per bot^^tle, delivered free to any part af the city.^Telephone 341.
Bof.-nasBros. A Co.^Cor Clore and Edwards Street
FallStyle Hats.^All the best stakes at Babcock's.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
g.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to S at the Bon Ton.
S.r. E. Carpenter's denti_ .^^0, Pittsburg block. Take the
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor,^Main street opposite First National Bank.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St Paul and the east^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11JS
Windowat their display of Ladies' x m-^e-' and Children's New Fall Cloaks and^Wrapt*. We were bogy most all of last^week opening and marking oar New Fall^and Winter Wraps and Cloaks, and now^bare on exhibition the largest assort^^ment to select from than any house in^Montana.
Mediampriced children^- Cloak^ for^School wear. We hare a great variety,^and at snch low prices that wHI astonish^you.
OarDrees Goods department wa- never^so complete as now, and we can safely^assert that oar stock contains every^shape, color and fabric, consequently^every purchaser can easily rind jtist^what they want when baying of as.
PARISEMBROIDERED ROBES and^PATTERN DRESSES in entirely new^designs and excla-ive patterns.
PRIESTLY'SCelebrated Wool and^Silk and Wool Black Dress Fabrics, the^best Black Dress Goods made. We are^the only hoose in Helena that can show^yoa a full line of these goods.
Mailorders carefully and
APiece or Parcel of^Land, beino; 100 feet front^by 140 feet in depth, and^situate on the Corner of^the
N.P. R. R.^Right: of : Way
ROOMS11 AND UX,
TheNext Great^Mining Region^of Montana.
Acorps of engineers are now In the^field surveying a line for a railroad ex^^tension to Cooke City.
Thebuilding of this railroad, which^will probablv be within a year, will^make this camp, with its inexhaustible^deposits of ore, one of the liveliest in^Montana.
Wehave for sale 60 very desirable^business lots in Cooke City at prices^ranging from $50 to f 150 each. These^lots are sure to have a rapid increase in^vain*.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,^Real Estate.
Rooms5 and 6, Union Block.
3- NIGHTS - 3
CommencingMonday Evening, Sep^^tember 16. The Charming^Comedienne,
Supportedby her own company, par^excellence, under the management^of Mr. William l olden. who will pre^^sent for the first time in Helena as^follows: Monday. Tuesday and Wed^^nesday Matinee the Comedy-Drama,^entitled
WednesdayEvening the Romantic Mu^^sical Drama,
LOVE AND LAW.
Incidentalto the play Patti Rosa and^company will introduce Songs, Duetts,^Trios. Medleys, Dince^. Banjo Solos.
Pricesas usual. Reserved seats on^sale Saturday morning at Pope ^ O'Con^^nor's.
FREDSTOLBA FUR CO.
-t.. 1.1 i-l,. .1 Siorr HMW.
SealGarments in New and Exclusive^designs, and perfect in fit. Orders and^measure* left at the Helena Corset and^Kid Glove Parlors will receive prompt^and personal attention.
SAWED^ SPLIT WOOD,
313Sixth Ave., Corner Ewing, at^Old Government Corral.
AMSNTIKE outfit nf bonaebold fornttarc of^MTen nuai for rale cheap. Apply to A^P. Carta.
i7vjkhALI^S new a H. P. ^taUonarr engine.^D Call at Helena iron M'crka.
LI)papers for sale at tale office
advertisement*unoer this heed win be In.^^erted three time* free of chars*
ANTSD-Positionm clerk la a general^store. A I recominenc. O. a. R . tots nSjru.
tlTANTKI^By ^ jnirg man lately from tne^II ^a*t situation ae book-keeper or office clerk^Addreee lock box ^^-. Marysrtll*.
WANTEDAboot October 1 ^ eltnatlon ae^cook la a pood, botel by a c mpeteat and^eober man. Adore** J. M , tow office.
U7tM'ID-Bjan experienced groceryman s^w poetuon with s (rcod retell grocery arm. Ad-^dieee 1. kt , ml* office.
U7ANTBD position *e bcox-keeper, amanoea-^w els or clerk by * ,cong n an wh.^ wrltee short^^hand end formerly employed *^ billing clerk to^railroad olfi-e. also acquainted a 1th grocery bast^ae**, B^*i of referencM. Addrtes li. C. Han^^sen, Ureal falls, Mont.
rpHRKK(^!KL-^ ; .et from Minneeot* want^X hooss work. Inquire at No U Edwards
sJlTUATiONWANTED ^By ^oung men In^O bottling est* lier.ru-nt or drlv ng say kind *A^wft^on. J. F Lftwlar, Union. Mont.
Ayol.n^^ lady want* ft place with ft prlvftte^tssaffif ae SJSvaswSSB or to take charge rf^one at tao children. A. U , this office.
117ANTS1)A position by yoaag man thor^w onchly px, ^ n-nced In g^nte' clothing, cry^i;ood* sod ladlr*cloat ^: competent to take i barge^..t department or country et ire. Addre-a j U^this office.
POSITIONtit trust wanted by a young Caua-^dlan of 21 who, hough not a b jokk'per. Is^well up in general office work. Not particular ss^to what his empl lyment la. Salary 1* th- prin^^cipal object. Address W A. Moff^tt, ticket s*.ent^Pembroke, Ontario, Canada
\17ATKU^By man and wife, a mining board^^ ing h. use to lake c a are* of. Addrese 11^this . Dice.
liANTKD^A sltuaUon as housekeeper for^vv jvnUemac Would take charge of hotel or
Corn*rMain and Wall street.
STATIONARYengineer deelree s *ltu*^tlon. Addre** C. It C, Independent.
rj-twoteams want work. No. M. Kdward* atreet.
WANTKDTwo dining-room girl* for Urest^Fftiis, one man cook: room* tor rent Ap^^ply ^t Cftpiial Employment Office, iVi Lawren.e^street.
WoodSawing by steam dorse oa sfcsct^notice, from half cord up to any aanount.
1HANDL^R want* ^ teamster, three writer^girls, three women coke, four brlckmseons
1wo bouses for rent.
ANTEDOeneral agent tor Montana; also^puaning energetic agent* everywhere to^handle the ^*orld' ink eraser. Th..u*^nde of^testimonials that this eraser ha* no . ,.^, ^na onr^agents are colhing money PuaLlng salesmen^make from |h to $1 per day. l-i-ss^nt and^pronta'.le worx tor either s. x Send In ^cur^applicstlcn ftt once, with *^ cento for satnpie^Trrr.t .ry rapid y being ^aken up. Address o U^Becker, Mu.ui^. lurer. Alterdeen. Dakota.
LADYAUEHTs wanted for my wonderful nsw^rubber undergarment, grandest invention^for women ever teen Mr*. H. F. Little, Chicago
OENTa WANTED for Bottled Electricity I en-^f\ lliely new. Ha $ji a d^y. Aodror*. U. s.^Home Mtg. Co bottle Dept., Chicago, Ilia.
Foriitjut^jJwoiluige. business Places ,^to
Li'cRRENT-Four room and two room bouses^X' with water liqu.ro Eleventh avenue.
L'ORRENT^.-lx and ^eten room house*; all
Xiu .ee. ii Improvement*. Inquire ot J a^Fea- heriy.
jjX.l RENT ^ Se\ea room h. use with bath.^X' room, oa 1'eari nreet, ne-^r the Steamboat^Block, inquire ot jcha A. v^uirk, box ii, aty.
LOH ItSN T.-Unfurnished bouse, *li Mtoc
XIstreet. Back ol Ho hie.
iOK KE.MT ^FlTr) room brick hooa*.^at ih Clark atreet.
L'OKRENT^Brick houee, three rot m*, large^X1 cioiju and cellar. Water tree .iu Mt^Ming street.
LiXlRKENT^Two nine roo.n houses, with all^X1 modei n improvements, en ltouney street^Addrers !^., ihis othce.
PoRitaN r ^ seven ro .m c.o ta^-e, central loca-^a tlun. Call at Faoieou A McCoaneil.
JjlORKK.NT-TUe iron Frjnt on Main street;^X1 ov*t b lei bunding in tne city. To rooms, an^ouieide and mushed in oak. Call on Porter,^-Much X cox.
Ij'OKUkNl^Brick house; *SS rooms, corner^X1 Dearbora avenue and ilauaer street Inquire^i^r. a. R E . *r, entei, room Al Pittaburab biovk.
JjXjitREN 1 ^ 1'iesaaat tlve-room dwelling hooa*
X*on co*th Rodney. L, F. i.acrolx ^ son.^Boom a* fi.teuuign Block.
li*ORRENT^storerooms to Fean block, also^X} storerooms aud oraces in Pittsburgh block^inquire ot John W. Tnompeon, roum it, FlUa^ourgh block
jkoonusftinuahea and UhTunuated.
[XJRENT-Furnished bouse, 10 rooms; centre^. o. town. . c.eee ^ li. T., independent otnee.
\,1RS. F. K. FRaN^U has nicely fur^_cVX alshed rooms tor rent. No. 11 Rodney atreet,^near Broadway.
EV\LV furnished parlor and bed room and^lurulsbed room* lor gentlemen, near Main^sueet. inquire at no. 124 Ming street.
IVL'KNlSiiEDROOMS at Porter Flat*. Ewlrg^X *tieet, entirely renovated and unoer new^management. V all in basement or at Forter,^Muth ^k Cox, Gold block.
.HE PACIFIC or heuuu Ileus*^clearn heat,^X elegant rooms; au, 7b, f 1, e.lu $1.3o per day.^No disreputable Characters allowed.
ARVEYUOUtta, Orand street, new and^^legantly t ui nlsned rooms, single or to suit*
KOOMWANTED^Price moderate or sewing^done to pait payment, auurees L. s . tuis
MONKC TO LOAN to tun. of $ ^^i to $lu l...^on improved property in the city ot Helena^aad on farms and ranches la Montana; money^furnished for building purpose*. H. B. Paimer,^Gold block, Helena.
\AONKYTO LOAN upon Helena real estate,^u.VX upon reasonable terms. Apply to Kdward^C. Russell, room t^ Thompson block, Ueiena,^Mont.
|A KG E amount* of money to loan on Improved^Xj and unimproved city real estate aad on^ranch*e at low rate*. C. F. Eiila A Co^ Insurance^agents, real estate agents, mortagee loan*.
MONEYto loan on Improved Heienapropert^.^Time and terms to salt -mo. ft. M N*Ui,^rooms A and ^, Ashby buUdtng
LyoUND LAD Ea pocketbook.
LXJl.NU^A buncb of key*. Oaner can have^X^ them by applying at this office.
1sARTIKS wishing good help and wanting tc let^I or rent rooms ^ppl^ at capital Employment^office. ilJ i ^wr^ nee street
PAHTlitshaving rooms to rent ^nd wishing to^rent rooms ly at i: 2 Lawrence street.
QHBKPW^VTgf^- 1,-no w.rtaoor Cotewold
IJ1 to S year* o.d Addre** box IS, Helena.
URINARY and RKCTAL DISEASES^A SPECIALTY.
ALady Assistant will be in constant^attendance at my office during office^hoars.
to3^P rMfFOm 10 10 12 A- M' *nd from 1^Office, rooms 6. 11, 12, Helena Busl-^neas College. Sixth are. and Main str^Helena, Mont.
PaulI i. fetal
119HN. MAIN ST.
Noticefor Publicat on.
Noticela aere-v gl^^wed s**Oer has tied
1'irmiStats* Lairo Omcx I^Hsxxwa, Mont.. Sept u, ISBS, I
lvaathat tt* rbtlowisc^a of has Intention to^flnal pm. f tn rap: ort of his claim and that^rronf will b* mads before th* n.1*^ a*4^rev at Bel-ra. Mont . on Oetokar tt, 1SSS,^SB w McN-al oa horn^!^^*^ ^try No.^for the* ^ w.n-e Ja. a. S.* e W aad s w.^^. H. *ec IT, twp 10. a r. 1 w.
ta SoUowlst a* nil topaove his
ofJsKcraoa City. Moat.
Porter,Muth ^ Cox,
Ownersand Agents^of the
Acoiniiig the^HOTEL BROADWATER
PORTER, MUTH ^ COX,
REAL ESTATE AGEHCY.
$2,500New eight-room house on Boul^^der avenue, lot 50x140.
tWONeat nve-room house on Sanders^street. will rent for $15 per^month.
$1,350For two choice lots on Lynndale^avenue.
$2,250New six - room cottage on
Eleventhavenue.^$^00^Choice corner in the Phoenix ave
nnsaddition.^$5,000^For the most desirable corner
on Bwing street^a bargain
Mustbe sold this week.^$1,100-For fine corner in the Northern
Pacificaddition.^Va have special bargains of corner^lots in the
NORTHERNPACIFIC NO. 1.^NORTHERN PACIFIC NO. 2,
Andall the other additions. Also choice^residences in all parts of the city. Call^on o^. We can please you if you wish to^invest.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO.,^Room 10, Thompson Block.
Busniesscollege and Piiu^nograpbic Institute
TheONLY FIRST-CLASS bu^ine^^school between St. Paul and Portland^Night school October to April. Read^^Board of Reference^ in College Re^porter. Write for terms.
HAHN^ WALTERS,^Gold Block, Helena. Montana.
InSums to Suit on From Sis^Months to Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt't
Minneapolis,Minnesota-^Board of Trade Room, PtttsDsrc Block. Hslanr^CBAS. S. BLTINGB, Agaat at Bntts city.
Wanted,by the Montana Smelting Com^^pany, at their works at Great Kail-,
FURNACEMEN AND LABORER'!
WAGES $2 OO to S3.25 per Day.
BOARD$5 50 per Week.
Applyto Chandler's Employment^Agency-
GREATARRAY OF BARGAINS AT
Thisweek we are determined to^lowing prices:
Ladies'Plaid aad Striped Dress
Ginghams,8 l-3c ayaird,
^REDUCED FROM 15c
Ladies'Corsets, the beet bargain
ereroflered, at 50c a pair.
.RKDCCEDFROM $1.00^BARGAIN NO. I
Ladies'Fast Black Cotton Hose,^17c a pair,
BARGAIN NO. 4.
Largesize Marseilles guilts, at^^1 each.
Ladies'Dress Patterns, with ten^yards plain goods and 9 yards^Hamburg, at #1.30 each,
BARGAINNO. 6, *^Ladies' Dress Patterns, 10 yards^plain goods and y yards Ham^^burg, at $2.65.
selllots of Kood8 at the fol-^BARGAIN NO, 7.
Extralarge size Linen Towels^at 2oc each.
TurkeyRed Napkins, fringed
border,at 50c per dozen,
Children'sAprons at 25c each
Children'sAprons at 36e each,
REDUCEDFROM 7tc^BARGAIN NO. 12.
Children'sAprons at 50c each,
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 o^rt^l(^^vMJ^Montana All our clothing is made by ourselves at our fa^ry in New York ar^S^we therefore are enabled to sell you much cheaper than elsewhere ^7^ ^ mik.^a specialty of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. e,sewn*re- ^^ also make
mTbe celebrated Standard and Star brand ol Shirts. Fisk.^Clark ^ Flagg s world famous Gloves. Braces and Neckwear^Sutton s Famous b tiff Hats, Stettson's Peerless Soft Bats!^Champion Boys' Shirt Waists, E. ^ W. and Lion orands of^Collars and Cuffs. Faultless Night Robes
Sbirtsmade to measure.
CustomMade Clothing a Specialty^SBEYER BROS., Atlas Building, Helena.
Forane'egantnew dwelling and good lot on Bm ^ k. nridge street.^This handsome honee contains a hall, living room, dining room,^k.tchen and two bed-rooms a good cellar, pantry, closet otf^each bed room. It has high celing., is linbhed in iirst-claaa^*J^w^% ^2!*^' ^ood outbuildings and fences.^TKlfMI] HOP down and |M a month.
Thisis an unusually good chance to seenre a HOME at a low^price and very easy terms.* 1UW
(-!** instruct!, n tuaraot*^ -^7*
GRAIN^ PRODUCE CO.,^Belgrade, Montana.
DenverHouse, at N. P. depot, #90.^Ele^;^nt dwelling, partially furni.-lied,
Bentonavenue, *7i.^6-room house, famished, $50.^8 room houie, near Helena ave., #32.50.^New 4-rcom rott ge, on Hobar-k. near
Broadway.120; if taken for year. $18.
8room brick on Kast Side, central, batfe^ro.im. $45.
4-roofticottage, Phasniz ave., near N. P.
depot,$16.^4 room cottage, on Lewis street, near N.
P.depot, $18.^7 room frame, on Ninth ave., $30.^4 room cottage, on Raleigh street, $18.
1291 2 NORTH MAIN STREET.
GRANITEBLOCK,^MAIN STREET, HELENA, MONT.
RealEstate and General Auctioneer.
Lookout for Next Wedesday and^Saturday Sales of Splendid Real^Estate Without Reserve.
HealEstate Auctioneer, Office and Sale Room, Granite Block
OFLADIES' ^ CHILDREN'S^Merino Vests and Drawers,
forthe next ten days at^. m. Styles' Bazaar.
NORTHPACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION !
OsrsistI'oi-tlaad. Or.. Sept. ZAjaawi Closes October S^. ^ ^^^
TheBuildinp- Contains Six and One - Half Acres
OfFloor K nm. which will be c^w^d with lnterxstiDs; displays of every^description from every section or the Northwest.
$350,000EXPENDED IX GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS!
Laj-reotand Bo^t exhibit of FINE LH K STOCK ever bronrht together on the Padfle^coast will be made in the ^pa^ ions gronndx adjacent to the Exposition^Building from October 14 to IV.
(ratats liliiii^I iraas of
LIBERa.TL THE FAMOUS OCB.WETIST,
Withfifty of the beet musicians of New Xork. has been en^raged at an enormous^expense to furnish music during the entire exposition. There has been nothing^left undone to make this the grandest exposition on 'be Pacific coast. Reduced^rates of fare have been secured on all transportation lines. Portland extends an^.invitation to every resident of the northwest to attend this magnificent ex posit ion^and enjoy hex- bospiUliUes. Hotel accommodations ample. For further inform*.
NORTHPACIFIC INDl'STBJAL EXPOSiTIOK, PORTLAND 0^V
VOL 30^NO. 24
TheLong and the
Is.that onr repnmptio^unlamidried shirts was^ter of MQesjafflgjr, not of^The- demand was univer^as we are servants of t^public we could not bu^to the call. Now, as a^of fact, ther* is no m^^them for u^\ because ho^money can be made 0^garment when sold at
juices Of 5^^C , 7f^r.
mustexamine these 1^only out of curiosity, b^^is really a wonder In^can be produced for the
Our60 CENT gam^marvel of economy ai^nens. It is well made,^and good material. 'I^the finest, but nood eno^any man who has f^* DtJ^for his money.
Butthe wonder of tli^iaundried Shirt age^ is^CENT production N.^mills musiiu.-J'iiK) I'm u^cut in and backed with I^ers' linen, reinforced pa^Iront, gilled seams, OOM^stay-, and in fWl eve]^conducive to ^loMg,* riljl^snirt, durability and M
Thereare many poi^would like to dwell up^we time and space, but^cannot pa** in our den^of Boys a^-d Children^ing. The ladies of Hel*^tell you where to lad U^assortment, and any ^^S]^eak to will tell you tl^ta-ty. nobby garment,,^in Montana ^ an show j^half the st^ h s or show ;^novelties as are on our c^j
Don't fail tO See ihr
ciallythe lines of Kilts^seys; several shades, |^from 2 1 2 to 10. It is^this season to capture tIJ^of all, from the cheap* -'|^tine-f giadei We sh^of g' od wash satinet's,^as *l 7.^^. ud hav~ 'heuj^as $20 fi^i tin- TOfJatgatiMj^in time will rot^^.
Ourline of Miller 11;^store.
Wehave bOM MCCivll^five to eight cases a day^last two weeks, and n^^compare with the Sin^ 1^ings we show^a line o^iouable Tailor-made t^that ^nox sox^ out^merchant tailoring Ev^!^ment made by a crac^trimmed with the be* I^and if you want to try^guarantee j ou as gooo^lor $28 as a merchant ta|^sell y-.u for t^O. As a^^tip,^ we say pive then
Ina week's time we^announce our stock all]^then all who have n^will be guilty of a gre^tice to themselves if^not overlook our stocl^they are in to purchase.
St.Louis Block. Mail
N.B.^Out of towi^will receive our best at]^Goods sent on approval^part of the territory,^and rules for sell-measj^mailed free on applicati