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afraidto have all the light turned on^them. If you do not decide after calmly^turning t:.i- matter over that Joseph K.^Toole, the man who made the eneceeefnl^fight for Montana's admission to state^^hood^clean, honest, manly Joe Toole^^i* in every way a better man for gover^^nor than Thomas C. Power, we shall^have no confidence in human nature.
Ityon do not firmly resolve that, so^far as jour vote goes, you will strive to^*end to coDgress that gallant union^soldier, eloquent orator and experienced^legislator, Martin Maglnnia. in prefer^^ence to a man who in a very limited^puolle service has done no act worthy of^hU opportunities and has failed to keep^faith with hU people, we shall feel that^popular government falls far short of^our ideal.
Ifyou vote in Lewis and Clarke county,^and, after comparison of the two legis^^lative tickets. ^ou dc not vote for the^democratic nominees from top to bot^^tom, if for no other reason than that^tb^ safety of the interests of our city and^county make it perilous to do otherwise,^Wd shall fear that capacity and fitness^are no longer valued in our public ser^vants.
THE WAY TO VOTE
Veters,Especially Democrat*. Should S^the Ticket They rat la the Box^Reacts Like Tale.
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FORCLERK OF SCPREME COCBT.
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la botte ai.d Montana Central11:2S a m,
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ilAY S BO^^ULE KOR MONTANA.
ThatChairman yuay of the Republi^^can National committee should have an^abiding faith in a large fund for u*^s^in national elections after his recent^trial of the same, and that the plan of^placing new state elections in^his committee's bands should sug-^^e-t the availability of a large^aud constantly iucrea-ing bank^account, ^re not matters for^great surprise. He has put in operation^an extensive plan for securing per^^petual funds which is certainly unique,^and considering the uses to which the^money is lik^-ly to lie put, of a bold na^^ture. His committee has issued engraved^and printed certificates to be ^li-tributed^throughout the organization. Ktch is^not altogether unlik^ the appearance of^a l uited States Treasury i ot-. It certi^^fies that the person holding it ^has paid^the sum^ of so many dollars, ^and agrees^to contribute the amouut auuuatly as a^registered contributor to the reserve^fund of the Republican Na^^tional committee. Future payment^to be made to the treasurer of^the said committee on the first day^of September of each year.^ The cer^^tificates are signed by M. S. L^:iay, chair^^man; W. W. Dudley, treasurer, and J. 3.^Kassett, secretary. It is in f*ct a bond^which pledges perpetual boodle for cam^^paigns, to be regularly paid to liudleyof^^blocks of five^ fame. The committee^will be able to tell by reference to its^registry ho k just how much mou-y can^be depended upon from men from whom^the ^fat^ is thus fried. The money thus^contributed from Maine to California^has been sent out to supply at once the^animus of bo^^dle to the support of Ma-^hone in Virginia and Koraker in Ohio,^aud the committee has likewise found^use for it in the new states for the tem^^porary satisfaction of ^floaters^ there.^Tae plan may have its improvement,^from a business point of view, over the^policy of Mr. Foster of last year, but it^is rather significant evidence that the^party conscience has been so warped by^the methods of Cjuay and Uudley as to^take complacently to a perpetual cor^^ruption fund of this kind. It gives ad^^ditional color to such politics in all Its^aspects. It implies that the man with a^$1,000 worth of certificate*] in his pocket^can have more to say about the offices^than a man with * -^^ or less. They are^not supposed to be of sentimental value.^They are to be more or leas redeemable^around the corner, so to speak ^(Provi^^dence Journal, rep.)
Aswill be seen by a despatch from^Missoula In another column. Major Ma-^ginnis spikes the guns of his slanderers^In great shape.
Likesome other people, the funny Mr.^Horr, of Michigan, is funniest when he^tries to be serious. The spertacle of the^comical Micbigander, defeated for re^^election to congress in a republican dis^^trict, aud left out in the cold by an un^^grateful republican administration.com^^ing all the way to Montaua to tell us he^could sniff victory .n the air, is a piece^of humor all the rarer because the^speaker was unconscious of it.
Weprint elsewhere Ihe names of all^the democratic candidates, national,^state and county, with an X marked op^^posite the name of each, ju-t as every^democrat should maik it on the official^ticket which the judges of election will^hand bim w'len he goes to vote. Yon^can cut this list from The Independent^If you choose, and take it along with^you for a guide lu marking the official^ticket. Put the X opposite the word^^democrat^ on your official ballot every^time. If you vote the whole ticket.
Drivenfrom pillar to post, dislodged^from their false position on the tariff,^exposed in their treachery on the ques^^tion of statehood, sLown dj the records^to be the foes of economical government,^the enemies of silver and lead, the be-^yers of the cause of civil service re-^lorm, the republican party has fallen^back to its last refuge of lies and Is now^seeking to regain favor by falsely^charglug that the democratic party is^opposed to any form of voting which^shall enable the voter to deposit a secret^ballot.
Sucha charge is a He. pure and^simple. Neither in its platforms, nor^through its press, nor by the speeches of^i.- candidates, has the democratic party^in Montana declared against the secret^ballot. The only utterance of the^democratic state platform on the subject^of voting was this:
Tberepublican party of this territory,^thougb always in tbe minority, have ever^t^ougnt to obtain ascendancy by depriving^the people of a full and free election. In^this nature were the test oaths proposed by^republican leaders in early oays to dis^^franchise portions of the people. Of tucb^uature is the regiktry law passed at ihe laet^^ -- ^ n of the legislature. Although os^^tensibly framed to secure a fair election, it^is ingeniously contrived to practically dis^^franchise large numbers of our citiz-ns re^^siding in places remot - and difficult of ac-^c-ss. We favor tbe enactment of such^.as as will secure pure elections and^throw all possible saieguards round tbe^ballot. In towns and populous districts^registration is a check against tbe repeat^^ing fraud, but we submit that the prerent^Isseems to have been framed to throw^every impediment la the way of lawful^electors.
Itis out of this declaration, and this^alone, that the republican newspapers^aud camp ign speakers have constructed^all their misstatements that the demo^^cratic party is opposed to the secret bal^^lot. Not one line has been written, not^one word uttered, by any democrat^against the proposition that every voter^should enjoy the sacred privilege of^casting his bailot screened from prying^eyes and unmolested by the presence of^party spies.
TheAustralian ballot scheme was en^^acted Into a law last winter by the votes^of legislators of both political parties.^Some of its provisions have been crit^^icized by men of both parties. The of^^ficial republican organ of Helena sneer-^iugly referred to it as the ^fifteen^puzzle.^ Other republican journals^suggested sections that might be im^^proved by pruning Democratic news-^EWaMM also pointed out apparent defects^that would have to be remedied before^the law would be a model of Its kind.
Duringthe present campaign this^law has been frequently discussed by^democratic speakers and newspapers in^connection with the other election law,^the regi!-tration act; but In not one in^^stance has its vital priuciple^the secret^votlug clause^met with objection, nor^has the repeal of that clause been^thought of.
TheIndependent has always be^^lieved, and still believes, in the secret^ballot, which is the essence of the law,^but it believes that practical experience^at next Tuesday's election will demon^^strate that other provisions of the Aus^^tralian act should be modified. The law^is too cumbersome. It calls too^much machinery into operation. It has^been calculated by careful judges that it^will entail a tax upon the state this yenr^of not lees than $lo0,^00. Estimating^that the total vote of the territory this^year will be about 38,000. we have an^expenditure by the state of nearly four^dollars for each vote deposited in the^ballot boxes on Tuesday next.
Theform of the prescribed ballot is^awkward and inconvenient. The official^ticket is an unwieldly list of names^five feet in length! Voters who are not^adepts in rnnning up long columns and^checking off unfamiliar names cannot^possibly finish marking the ballot in^the five minutes alloted by the law for^that purpose.
Anotherprovision of the iaw, which,^as we have already shown, creates an^unnecessary expense. Is that requiring^the daily papers in every county in the^state to print, at the expense of tbe^county, any proposed new constitution^every day for ten days before an elec^^tion. This provision alone will cost the^p- ople of Montana this year about $25,-^000. One tenth of that sum would give^every voter in the state a c ^py of the^constitution complete. This section^provides for excessive and costly offi^^cial printing in other directions.
Thereare other sections of the law to^which objections have been raised,^which we will not discuss at this time.
Wedo not regard any of the objec^^tions to the law as grave enough to war^^rant its repeal in its entirety. We do^believe it can be greatly simplified in^its mechanism, made far less costly to^the taxpayers, less confusing to voters,^and yet throw just as complete protec^^tion around the humblest voter. We be^^lieve that the provision of the new law^that keeps the party workers at least^twenty-five feet from the polls is a wise^one. We believe the ballots should be^uniform in size, color and quality of^paper, and style of printing. We believe^the voter should be able to exercise his^right in absolute secrecy, and we know^of no democrat who does not so believe.
Thecharge that the demociatic party^has at any time favored the uncondi^^tional repeal of the Australian law is^absolutely falsa.
FOB STATE REPRESENTATIVES.
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AnAlterative Medicine, don't lorga*^that everything depends on tbe kind^msetl. Axk for Ayer'i ^^r^aparllla am!^take n^ other. For ui ^-: ;'-^rty years this^preparation has had the endorsement ot^leading physicians and druggists, ami^It has achieved a success unparallele't^in the history of proprietaxy^ln^dlcinea.
For a rash, from wnlch I had str*^^fereil some months, my father, an M. D.^re.ommended A^ers Sau^parilla. it^effected a cure. I am still taking tu.s^medicine, as I find it U) be a most pc;^ -^rrful blood-purifier.**^J. B. Cock^^^Denton, Texas.
^c H. Hut. r^ni(rgi^t, EvanaTille,^Ind., writes: ^I have been ^elllna^AVer's Sarsanarilla for many years. It^maititaius lu popularity, while own^other preparations, formerly as vol^known, have loDg been forgotten.
Ihare alwavs recommended Ayerl^Barsapanlla as superior to anyochei^i t. t aration for purifying the blood. ^^G. B. Kuykendall. M. JJ.. Pomeroy.W.T.
Or.J. C. Ayer * Co., Lowell. Mis*^Prloatl. ^lxbotllr.. ^i- Worth ^^ s ootUa.
WaterWhite Coal Oil
At25c a Gallon,
For Sale bv the Following^Dealers:
H.H. ttUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bani
FALLOPENING^Pattern -:- Hats
FOBDISTRICT JI D4.K.
-neltou, deurce P.
R:h'bsugh. John J
HJKCLLRK AM' KH^lil'rh
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FOB CLERIC DISTRICT CorRT
Clarke,a. U Jr.u nigral
Toevery healtatiog and undecided^voter we beg to ^ay: Vote for the beet^candidates who are named for public^office. Select the men whose teputa-^Uoas are highest in tbe community^whose records are cleanest, whose train^^ing and experience best qualify them^for the duties they may be called upon^to perform. That is all the democratic^party asks you to do next Tuesday. It^invites every scrutiny, it challenge* in^^spection for every net of tbe candidates^it has placed safari yen. it is not
Bkadthe reports of great democratic^rallies ail over Montana yesterday, at^which live people flocked by thousands^to hear living issues discussed by live^men. Bead tbe Independent's; de^^spatches giving the political situation^as tt actually u at every center of inter^^ns*- Do yon longer doubt a glorious^democratic victory^ We dont!
TheFire Keeurd.^Cnnsoon, la. Sept 27.^Twenty-two^hurraed here yeatarday.
FOBCOOiTY CO M MISSION EBri.
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FR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ^ HOOLS
lurniey. Miss ^ K.
Kolienina.Dr. Jul as
FOBJUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Uoyt.a M^^J D .i
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i.e an^tiatrv, John A.
Draw^. :ir pencil thr. a. h the words ^Against^the ronatltntlon^ on ^h* offl lal hallot.
TUESDAY^ WEDNESDAY^Sept 17 and 18.
8North Main Str., Helena, M. T.
Agentfor Bnttertck's Psttsr^s ead Hall's Sassr^Forms
$3,500buys a ledge of hematite iron,^fluxing, lime Btoue and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad,
$8,500buys 440 acres of fenced 'and, and^all appurtenances for sheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best ranse in Montana, twenty-^five by sixteen miles in extent. Also.if^wanted, 3.500 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 land by i^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,^For sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS ^ CO..
healestate ^ minim, brokers,
62E. Broadway, Buttej, M
flawTon, Sept. ST. ^Bar Ml^-t, 93V
Copper- Du l; weak; lake, $10.ao.
I-esd- i-iiet. steady ; domestic. gV-'h-
Thestock market wss more active to-day and^dliplsyed in ire character than In many a month,^sad dealings were attended by much excitement^The balllsh feeling was good, foreign bating^tsvorsble snd returns of earnings were InoaenUsl^in establishing s higher range of raises. At the^opening the market displayed s decided brosden^lag tendency. After li o'clock, however, there^wsre agly rumors set snost In te^srd to the Atchi^^son, and it was stated t e financial plan for Ihe^renablllteUon of Hi- coir ;^^n^ would prove s fail^^ure, necestltstlng a receivership A default on^October Interest wss also promised, shile the^reorgsnlx atlon scheme was to Include s $'.u assess^^ment. There wss a naod ol tbe stock, snd it had^declined something over 4 per cent. Denis ^ of^the stories seem, d to help the stock bat little, and^^ben tbe selling m ^vement had exhausted Itself^there wss s rally. It conld not hold sagsr trusts,^which bad given sigtis of lasldesi' port, snd wsnt^down, and its extreme loes wss - -, per cent^These movements crested much unrssln'ss. and^the pressors to sell extended to sli portions of tbe^list, and before the delivery hoar sli the advances^of the forenoon were wiped oat, sad In m wt esses^fractions! losees la sddlU. n were enstsined^Governments were doll sad steady.
Petrolea. opened firm at V9*a. and after the first^sale* became weak and declined to -S a slight^rally followed, sad tbe market closed steady at^^8.V
Governmentbonds. **. :.^^^, stts. 106h^H ^rtbsrn I'sclnr. Si. preferred, 74^i; Oreifo.^Improvement, tt%. Oregon Nsvwranon. si^Transcontinental, MA Union Psrl*c. S
Moaeyoa call tight at '.-,^*'^'. Prime mer^^cantile paper. 5*2sterling eirhange tin;^sixty-day bills, M-ts* i demand, $4.(8.
OBicwao,Sept. ^7 - Csttie^ ftaeslpa*. io,0no.^slow: common lower: ch ^! e to extra beeves.^(4 30A4 *^: st ers, $3 1 Oat* ^*! Blockers srd f ed-^er- $1 Oil; Texas steers, $l.V^a-i 05; assma^. sttle. $3 4003.n.
UocsKeoslots, 30,000: sbont stesdy: mixed,^S3 HA4.U: hesvy. *J *aa^.15 .Igh , ^4.1.^^4.n.
SheetReceipts, 7,iJU; closed lower; oauves.^tSfTCOO; western, 13.664*4 45. Texads, p WM^4.10.
OU AGO PBODUC*.
Catoaso,Sept. xT ^ 1:1^ p. m.^Close-Wheel _^Weak and lower; September and October, 81^;^December. 8^H; May. ^-5V
ComSteady; September and October, 31h;^Ma,3S*a
Ottesteady; repttmber snd October, 19%;^May, ^^!^
Putslower; September and October, $11.06:^January, $* 35-
ard-Steady: September. $6.12*; October,^t^ 07H : Jaanary. $*
OFSPECIAL IMPORT IMb'
MineralClaimants in Montana.
HelenaMont^ Sept. 1, 1889.
Certainvery recent rulings of the^General Land office at Washington upon^the requirements a* to proof in Mineral^Entries m-de by corporations or indi^viduals, make it extremely probable that^tbe majority of such entries, for which^applications for patent are now pend^ing. WILL BK SI SFKNDKD KOR SUP^Pi.KMKNAL KV1UKNCK.
Itis certainly ^ wise precaution to an^ticipat- a probable hindrance to the issu^ance of a patent by a careful re exami^nation of the proofs furnished, in order^that such evidence, if found wenting^may be ^tt once supplied.
Forsuch examination and the prepa^^ration of all papers needed in mineral^claims my many years of recent service^in the General Land Office give me spe^^cial advantage.
A.H. XKLSON,^Land and Mining Attorney
Room8. Atlas Building.
Room10, Third Floor, Ashby Block.
PO Box 786, Helena, m. T.
PublicbuUdlngs, ch arches snd dsrelllng houses^decorated in the latest style.
References:Hon. W. A Clark and Mr. M^Taibott. Butte; Hon Sam Word, Mrs. 8. T.^Hsaser, Mr. P. K. Wallace, Mr. John C. Paulsea,^Helena.
scratchwork snd Bmxwsed Ornamsntatioc^stentecUa specialty
I tint imptirity of the blood which produces^in - .^!.tly Liini'S or swellings In t!:a Beck;^winch causes running sores oa the arms^legs, or f^vt; which develops ulcers tn the^eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or^deufnesft; which is the origin of pimples, can-^crrous growths, or **humors;^ which, fasten^^ing upon the 1 tings, causes eonsit- and^death, tt is the most ancient ol^snd very few persons are entirely ..
_^ IT x^d's Sarsaparilla, which, by^the remaiaable cures it has acrompUsiicd,
bis proven itself to be a potent and peculiar^medicine for tills disease. If you suffer trum^scrofula, try Hood's Sarsaparilla,
~Every spring my wife and children bare^been trout Wd with scrofula, my ftttle boy,^tl.j. e vers old. being a terrible sufferer.^Last spring be was one mass of sores from^bead to 1,-et. We ^11 took Hocel's Sarsaparilla,^and all have been cured of the scrofula. My^little boy is entirely free from sores, and al^^four of my children look bright and health v.^^W. r.. Athebtos, Passaic City, X.J.
Soldby all drnirci^ti. #1; six f or ^.\. Pre pared only^by l . : 1KK^1^ A OQai Apothecaries, Lowell, sfaas
IOODoses One Dollar
Qrwdasttof Ontario Veterinary Celleee. Toronto.^Canada Treats ell tTsswasaa of .Hones, . sttle^and other Domestic s^i^.i. Dwntai sod SnTgi-^cal operations carafully pertorn ed. Calls by^mall or telepbone proatptb stleudsd to. OfBot^st J A Eetgler's Uvery Stable, corner Wsll sad^Close struts. Hslews. atowL Tssspaosw WL
ashbukn K. BARBOUR,
attorneyanil Counselor at Lav
ispuio Tinvi,t unJM. ^ ~
W.LONG.^vRsumiAgr an j
0w*c^- Brack at flrttl'l
ATTOHJSaiT-AT-LAI^IA.SS-1s AStLbT H. OOI.I
Allkinds of merchandise and other^freights. Including ores, promptly trans^^ferred from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberg's Store and a* the^depot. Orders will reoetvw prornp s^^^an Hon
PhysicianSurgacn.Accoochar. OcalUi'^and Anrisrt.
Mrahaof Sea Prancxsco Medical Society, sisx^Nerada State Medical Society.
OSesParcben s me store, corner sbove Mais^tad Broadway. Br.trance on Broadway and Jack^em. Helena, Mob tana oss^iutlons In 0^rmsE^snd Basilsl*.
Noticefor Public*t on.
1SITED HTiTTSS I.alTD t Imcl, 1
Hilxsa,Moat.. Sept tl, lf^s). j^Notice Is hereby (riven thst tbe foilowtn^named settler bss filed notice of his Intention tc^make final proof la snp. ort of bis claim snd thst^said proof wUl be msde before the register snd^receiver st Helens, Mont . on October 15, Its]*,^vis: BU W. McNeal on homestead entry No^3,780, for the ^ a la. a. e x. n H.s- s. tssac s w^X.s e. V see. 17, twp 10, a. r. S w.
Bename* tbe foltoelng witnesses to prove bis^ocmt- inmi residence -j.on snd cultivation of said^land, vlx: K bert 8. Price, William A. Rnrosey,^.Tnelos O. Ssnders. of He en a. Moat ; Bdwln M.^Culver, of Jefferson City, Moat.
H.W LaSgHORKK, Keeister^First publication Sept. Ix.
Noticeof Probat* of Will.
Fa4-Up Capital^Burplaaand Profits
J.i ^ avlet.Vloe-Presldeu
flfto.H.Hirx^eicond k.n'x ^\vwbt.
setupo^ otwtoroita.^8. T. Uaiaser,Jotui 0.1 ortiit.
k.M. Bolter,!i. 8. Hamilton,
rrranrtlleotuart, C P. Higirins,^8. W. Knlfrbt, A. j. Daw,.^T. H. KlH:a*-tinitdt, Renry M. r*arrrien^T. C. Pow^r.
(ifueraf BANKING Busins--*-
transsctert %1aW-l'i|er^et nsli on Mrrje i^^sh
WinterCloaks Just Received
AndSelling at ONE-THIRD their Value
Seethem before they are all sold. Bound to^be sold quickly at the prices marked.
KOHLBERC6l CO.^No. 5, North Main Street.
Afull line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Isnow being opened'at
Ladies'and Gent's Bathing Suits on ^sale.^New Groods in every department being daily^received. You are respectfully invited to call.
KOHLBERC^ CO.^No. 5. North Main Street.
M.HOLTER HARD WARE CO
Paidin Caritai -^Su'o'u* P'ofiti
LH. HERSHFIELU, P^es't^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'-
a.a. HUHTuav, w. o. MiCHouaa
A.1. OAVIoaoX,MOSBi. MOBrllB
8EBHMHTIBU1, A '^ ^T^t^j^wt3ST.il^J. b^I1ZIH
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
IoterestAllowed on Deposit*^Lee/t for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Busine**-^Transacted.
ExchangeSold on the Princi^pal Cities of Europe.
aEL EM A, aaOHTA.HA
oaFIT All (PAID IN).
L.0. Philps, Vlce-Pres. and Act. Caah'i
S.B. AtkinsonAaniatant Cat)hi^^!
A.6. Clabkx, Hxhman (vans,^H. F. txALBN, Pktbb Larson,^C. W. Cannon, R. C. Wallacb.^8. T. s.^hbtD. A. Coby.
PaidUp Capital, - - $7o,^hmi^Surplus and Profits - - 20,
Inlrrni\ llow.d on I lane Deposits.
B.d. BDGERT0N, Pbksidbnt
C.k, C0LB, : : Vicb-Pbksii^knt^HKORGK B. CHILD, : Cashieb^JOB N. KKNTK. : assistant Cashikb
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
orbili8a^inooiporstati Coder the Lasts of Montana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware,
andall High Explosives.
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIS
32aod 34 Main Street, Helena, M. 7 .,
NORTHPACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION !
Opensat Portland, Or., Sept. 20,and Closes October 26, 1RK9.
TheBuildincr Contains Six and One - Half Acres
OfKloor Room, which will 6e^ covered with interesting; displays of every^description from every eection or the Northwest.
$250,000EXPENDED IN GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS!
Largfestand Best exhibit of KLV* LIVE STOCK ever hronifht together on th^ Paciflr^coacit will be marie in t '.^ spa. iout^ grounds adjacent to the Exposition^Bnild'ng from October 14 to 10.
LIBERVTI, THE FAMOUS OORNETIST,
Withfifty of the best musicians of New Xork. has been eniraired at an enormo0*^expeust' to fiiruinh music duriux the entire exposition. There has been nothing^left undone to make this the graiirieHt exposition on 'he Pacific coast. Reduced^rates of fare have been secured on all transportation lines. Portland extends an^invitation to every restdent of the northwest to attend this magnificent exposition^and enjoy her hoxpitalities. Hotel accommodations ample. Kor fnrther iuforma^tton addreas NORTH PACIKIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. PORTLAND, OB
JAS.McMIXLAN cl CO.,
SIDES,S^SE^ PELTS^FTOS, VTQQZ, TALLOW
G;nsengand Senr.ta Root.
SHEEPFEETS ^. FURS A SPECIALTY.
iOl.103 ^ 10.*^St NortbMINNEAPOLIS. attaX.-
Shipmentsfoo.;cit' ^3W^^t^ for c irculara.
(PennBlock, cor. Main and Bridge Streets^Opposite International)^Everything ^fw and First-Class. Steam heat and Elevator
RATE : FROM $1 TO $2 PER SAT.
TheNeatest Usee la Helesa. snd ^tood Acroromndatlnis. Stroet Cars to sad from sli Depo^AM) FAKE PAID TO HOTKL.
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
Wat.J. CKL'SE.^C. L. DAHLKK..
Allow*6 per cent. Interest on Savings^Deposit*, compounded Januarv and Juis
tttitdStrict!f to *rati^t*ctvrmJ Wort.^flans sad spit filiations drawn. Work sopsa
9- ^~ *^i i in mm ^ n issu r i n i
Piano,Flute and Singing.
No.lie Howie Street, or at A. P. Carttas Music^3tor*. Liel^ns Montana
R.3. LtTN k CO..
Territoryof Mor tans, county of Lewis sod^Clark, tn probate court, la tbe matter of tbe es^^tate of James McAvoy, deceased, notice of pro^^bate.
Pursuantto an order of ssld court, msde on tbe^nirth day of Septemtier, l-**, ncxlce Is hereby^given thst Satnrdsv. the twenty-eighth day ^ f^September, 13S9. at 10 o'clock, a as., of said day,^st the court room of said cart, at the city ot^Helena, in tbe ssld county of Lewis snd Clark, bss^neec sppolnted ss Urns and place for pro vine the^wUl of said James McAvov. deceased, snd for^hearlr^- tbe sppllcs'io* of rWlx Landry for the^issuance to him of letters testamaatary, wTsaa sad^where say person tnasreeteo may appear sad east-^test tbe same. K H. HoWBT, sU^rtBclo Clerk
Dated:September s. 19B
Cirner Broadway and Warren Street.^Ovpoatte D. 8. ami OfiVse,
THOS.CKBRIBUS 4% SON. PTOpa.
Saswtyntssd sad Hswly rarakskad through r u i^Ladxsssaal Ossiss Wsths. ^sshsT ^acp, ^at saw^BUiaro Hall, with sli ^ o4tr% sssssrovesssasss
'BUSRUNS TO AUD FROM ALL THAIBS
forthe protex-tlon and promotion of trade^fCsvaal tailed In 1841^116 Offloea.
r**mTD8tat^s, Canada akd Bubopb^Manager of tbe Montana District.
RT. GAINES HELENA
MBcecomer **:b avenne and Main Stresst^Notoe.
aupersons bol^*tas stock in tbe Montana Coal^company are notlAsd that on the ***b day of Sen^temper. 18r^, at the law c^B-e of McConnell, lay^here as Carter In the city Helens. Montana teirl-^tor^, sa election will be held at 4 o'clock la the^afternoon for e board of directors snd trustees ss^serve for one veer
CRLNART and BBCTAL DISBASBS^A 8PKCIALTT.
ALady Aastotant will be In constant^attendance at my office daring office^hour*.
Hoarsfrom 10 to IS A. M. and from \^to 3 P. at.
Office,rooms 8. 11, 12. Helena Busl-^nesa College. Sixth are. and Main str.^Helena. Mont
S.ie Of Warranls.
forthe sail base af ctty war-^it Interest, to the ssaoeet^(fs,0ro.(B) will be meiied^1U sTeee4ea^. aatfi slietaj,^^U o'caock, t iflitlisT^8. k. Dt C^(iL AM, Cssy Tea
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AHMeats of onr Special Diamond B care are packed in Montana and have onr^brand plainly burned into the skin.
PaulI A. BiCaul,
119J,N. MAIN ST.
r WcARTHE f-|^*v 'Sana* r~*-r fttr essasass
FREDSTOLBA FUR CO.
Ftahllshed since 1866.
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE O' fOtTt
Ifrne want perfection in St. with r. .eases tnm^noma *^ ' a'l discomfort 1 n will stways^Ss Bv ~
Itin sckss^rasAM^^ aod aaas ^^BI
esatlefBsnv^bue msde in the worst.
Don'tspoil your ttet by wezring cheapatkrm.
*^ Burt ^ Packard S-^^. ^t. n..a^ors teas v
jsherflneh.r.cAo^/'... - ^
Allstyles ^n ni^i mi-. Ilatsl writ and Birts s^alee lovs' sn.i V- sissr I notssU kv esereesssr^ sf
FRtD GA'/er, Hiiera Mrnt,
afStVaiTlUC r^rl:. Ir.,F^E,I^0 stAJTBCOIi^^ '**^' I ivk .;-a^rsl ass XSAVOCS ^f3Ii..T*:
kinu s^w iiw^ip^/Hi^i^i aw w in, A^sn !^^^^ a wsAr.t aaavrL^rvs wa*.*\* a r^sva *r iaa^T
Atiililijjmmf. Jw ^teSS^TSSJVaSST Sk. a *mj^s.H ..ftmwm .mm. mm* a.,
SealGarments in N w and Biclusive^!^^ -ik-i.-. hi i !^^ -rfi'Ct in Qi. Orders and^meaenr-s left at the Helena Corset and^Kid Glove Parlors will receive prompt^and personal attention.
Formerlyaf. BKLMG'S.^Firel Class Quality
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the cit^ on short notice^No. 106 Bridge street, one door abort^M. Heinle's.
*s4^f^ MM*CI as^IILIIA. at 9
Attorneyand Counselor sst Isaw,
WUlpractice ta sxl eoarss or rsrorA te ^ Tea^ore. Ottos ks HoM mws
WhoteeMslenod BetAtl neaart*rs |B
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
roudUMji. Hors* and Mule Sbjes. Horse Nali^,^^teel MaiJi* MUi Supplies, Blacksmith s Ooodrs,^emu, B*iT.iiig Tiuuer a Slock, Force aod Lift Pump-*,
0b Pipe and Fittings, Carpenters Hn
^^ sMJssssi rer taw a^Msraw
SUPtHlQH^ and Famous M ACORN^Cooking and Heating Stoves,
avaU w q. tftsner's OlnoltuusU Hoteu and ravmu;
WROUGHT IRON RANGES
ntenniaiHefrlgerators, Ice CbesU, Water Criers^loe Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlliowware. 8ttMi^acd Queensware, BngUah and American d^Frenoh and. aamerloan Mirrors, Piumberh o
Supplies,House Furnishing Goo-is. fcia.
Tsac meet BOmiaMei seors ot
9f^6$lt IS Tli
Sssvoo^7 is respertrnuy u: riled tor all am i aspect the larm
^^LkSALI All RfcTAIi ST0CI
wsjtesaeile iee see Re*.,.. -rmm.t Att.etlee see
CLARKECONRAD ^ CURTI1S.
Doesnot slack when exposed to the air as most all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite in character, and does not fill the room with soot.
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot,
establishedin 1865. rebuilt IN 1887.
TheLe^rgest Leading Hotel. Has tbe very Best Accoac^modations in the city. Hates Reduced; $2 pe; ay an!^upwards, according to location of rooms.^W. \a\^^aW. .
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
GILTS,15c oer roll; former price, 40c^20c ^ M^M 50c
25c ^ M**M 75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
112and 114 Broadway.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
;and connect**: th sams with onr
^two apper floors of ths Oevicison block^imsieeee asssarouns, sre now occspj fonr sr.Orv floors extendi
.'ecaaonto Main street, suy ked Hiroophoot with gitxSB of ever^ mads snd st urlrse tnst detv cosapa.^atloa. Kverv parcbees made !*THK,TLT ruH CASH DlhtvTl.V WHOM r . Ki^T Ui.NDS AAsf^^Mpped in ( Ah IXiAlM- (JULY Aa examination of goods ead v.mparlsoa ss prices soUdssd.
PIANOS.ORG A m and MUSICAL METaCHADlSE.
atABCFACTtTRSKAND DBALSB IS
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
L.itht and Ileavv Harnens,
Hit*.Spurs, Qolrta, Whips, Lashes, Blankets, Sheets, DnsUrs, Sllcters. Nose Ba^b^aweat Collars, Horsr- Bootx and all otfif^r goodn usually kept -H a Crst-claas law-^uess store. Hand made driviDg hantese a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel. Main St., Helena, M. T.
ThePioneer ol ttie Great Went
8CHWA8A ZIMMERMAN. PROPBIETORS.
TheOlder*. Mo^n Reliable I eartlrp Hi-t-flasB Botel ti trs Territory
COBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^IUDSON S IMPROVED POWDER
iskv exsiera. aanreave bwntraatere a^S ^iiiousS ay the neXle le ssiesrai es ^
as^aeel aafeet sne aeet ef all alar e^^leel^
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
QBKTOAt AOfBNTf*. HKLUNA MONTANA.
U.S. Public Sampling Co.
CityOffice Removed to Heconl National Baxk.^les and Assays Madt^ of all Ores. Consi*ruments Solicitsd^mplee of each lot Sabmitted to tbe Different Smelters^and th*- Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
WRTTKFOR TKRM8. Telephoor No. ^1.^Pacific and Montana i^ntral rallro-x' jnnctlon.
SamplingWorks at Northern^Take Motor Line WarA
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX L i,
ONEDOO \ I ORTB OP THE QhA^U rr TvTOat, HOTBLL
a REMARKABLE N
SCIENCEAND THE MEC
Deacription of An Air EnJ
Aheadof Any Other Invr^of Its Kind.
Formany y^*ars universal enc^wearied itself in the endeavor i^some sgent which could make -^turn for the iMeD' p.iwer in a^coal than d *-s a steam eni;ine.
th^ bvst knowl^[hat is said to I
encine^ pr-rt^devices, aitho^omy Id cnmv^arisoa to ast-i^finds it* chirf use in small I^boiler is an inconvenient at^over eiifjit jear* the invent,^bury air engine have been^and the thirteenth engine ^^is now tn regular cc^in Boston, and has t^tested by a niechau^of that city. The saaeel
glnela generated hy ra sin^ibe temperature ot i n- s r^gtne m acrx.rdsnc- with t^law that a.r rx|^.nds with^confined create* pressure, a^enntracta ai d the i ^ ^
if. p n^.. i ^l \i
withth -^dlrrH-i ly
S,ae^ ih-I a.
IndT at t
ofwire^c nstitu'-^ta pr,m,^piston I,,^alt ^ve it
hasreached the top of its ^tassft^of air h is passed through the i-^aod necoin** heat -.1. creating s pri^to the heat it has roeeiv--.i. Ii n^ment ttie pisto;. in tti-* wotki g r^ai the bottom of the stroke, beir.^ed by pipe, it will ^e m j -rt l^^^ure in toe revers r cvlii.der e^upward. The rei , ^ piston^^ceods, fore M the air throuch '
thoroughlyc.Mileil, and hi H,^i^Teraer piston reachi ^^ the in^tte stroke the pr.-^sur^ v.
'imiItlie air. |
i*,but the same b ^;^and over again.
ixirtii'It is el
t!.-.r ^^tbe bo
itta astonishing how rapidl^and debilitated gain strength^when taking Ayer's Saisaps^what are called ^broken-dow^tloD*,^ nothing else lias provtvl^as this powerful and perfectly^eio^.
harvestex. urn.in ticke
Pauland Mint.^apollsl^atot !^ 'urn at one fare^(S4X no,. Til In t. ^ ii^and M, Sept. 10 and 'tA
tT'jaii11 it.. i tSaftj ^1a^sowed within litn^ offl
A 11. KiH.AIl
Ch* - ,s. K k^ ^. .
iAgt., t^\^* T. A
A -.^^^^ Invesltnent.
one whieti is guaranteed to hrJ^t^^ry r^ suits, or In of tJ^^f purchase price. On this si
aalways b^es free at K.
TriennialConclave Knights T^^Washington, O. C.^The DMM I'acitic lta*lway r^will sell esci.rsion tickets from H^WashiugTon, U C, and r-t ^;i.^above meeting, at the rau- or ^^^^round trip. Tickets will he on ^^October 1 to 4.| mi ml
OctoberH; g.*sl returriinit in tru^tomiorj 'intll o-toie r IS; bnal lln^vem^er 14
a.K. \ k.azik. F'assenger a|
Throughto Chicago Without^of Cars.^The Northern l*a/^iSc Mllrned,^nection with the Wisconsin C-t.tri^now running J'ullimn vi ^tii^u!e^cars a:ni frr^- colon is i ^ eei.mgcara^fstoutana point* and Chicago,^change. Duong cars are mm ru^through trains. Kor rat-s, tic I^other information ci.ncernmg t^through car l.ne apply to the j^Perth'- nthee, iv rt.' t Main an-l tir^HelenaA. Il KB
CotximencingJune k and continu^tU isept. 27, the Northern Psnnr-^will make a rate of one fare for t^trip from Helena to l.ivlnirst .p ai
Oil Ihl to..-, i . g ^o!,.|ll|.
topurchase a r.. i*etk^^ton and either a Sau or S40^through the park. J'r.. ^ - tK-*et,^rail aod atAw- tr^n^i^.rtA' on from^ton and fonr snd Hve oaya, rr^j^board ano lodging at the I'ark u^^hotels. Kor tort/., r information c^North ere I'acihi- ti, ket ufti^e.
A.O K'^, i h. (.eneral
sseit eke.^We desire to say to our el'izens.^years wr bave been selling Or. Kiogf^Dteeovery for Consumption, Or.^New Life Pills, liurklen's Amir^and Kleetrie Hitters, and have^handled rsax dies that sell a* well,^have Riven such uuiversal satis^We do not hesitate to guarai.'-
havewon their gr-at popularity pu^their merits. K. s. Hale A Co., dri
W.D. .Suit, druggist, Bippu*. Ind.^flea: ^1 can recommend electric bitt^the very best remedy. Every bottli^Riven reW-f i^; six bott'e^ a^of ten tear^Hare, drugg ^ .^^Tbe best aeliin^handled in m^ ^
rycms. ij^as cured of
addedtheir testimony, so that^ta unanimous that electric bitte^all diseases of th* liver, kidnevi^Only a half dollar a bottle at K^Co.'* drugstore.
TbeManitoba and Montana Centn^war* will aeli excursion t;cket^ ffea^Paol and Minneapolis to Helena at J^on fare, for the round trip, on the If^lng date*: Aug. ftth and 20th, Septj^and 24th, Oct. 8th. Good thiny^stopover prtvUegei will be allowed 1