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npttna;Works at Northern^Motor Line West.
THEDALLY INDEJPJENDENT: HELEKA, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28, ll
A REMARKABLE MOTOR.
SCIENCEAN - THE MECHANICS.
Description of An Air Engine Far^Ahead of Any Other Invention^of lis Kind.
Formany years universal endeavor has^wearied itaelt in the endeavor to develop^Bom^ hk^nt which could make a bM'.er re^^turn f ir t^e lateD1 power in a pound of^coal t'iaa d^-s a sti-aoi ^^dsT'D*. Kriccson's^eturlne is jvrns ^: k-omi of t;:^-s^-
levies,aithouid that is said to iaek ^eon-^omy in '^n :.; ir son to ast-ain plant, sn.i to^finds l's ci it-f u^^-in mi.*.:! l^ ^wi r^ wh^a^boiler is an ii'iinwni-nt attar hiD**nt. For^over ttfftM ji-ar- ft.-- mv^-:itor^of th- WoorJ-^hurj air engine have be^-n exjjerimenting^and the thlrt^eairi ^-nmni- fi^-y have built^is n^^* in r-k'-ntr corr.uifrcial u.v^in lloston, and has b~en carefully^tested hy a nii-rhanical en^.neer^of that ciiy. The ;^ ret- to move the en-^*tiq^- is it n^r^re^l ^^ r* sio^c an t lowermir^iti*- ieinp*r it ir^- tit 11*- air wuhin the m-^IfiLt- -D aernrdatk-- wi'h 'he well known^is^ that airnrtur^in with :;eat and beins
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issawaj as t BSBal WOT a^ 4a\^bm ^^ ili^o u|^^u ntjl^ to supply^^ in work, iq ra-tiafitin, aud
.ntnaisi ^ t ^*^.t*.inn c\l^.o t.. a walainir h.-aiu and^^-r^iik IkrsaaajktkM ordinar,^arnt tiA't n*vr sot e^lii.'. i-^whose pist-ms trr in ri, | hy connection^^with ttif crsot -ha'i The o .tiu^a of etc'i^rrv^rwrcyiitirti-r n e -uii- r ^^^! n^ ^ p pa^w'thth- ^ot 'i !i of Tlir wjrkinii eyiin ir^dirrcily savpswtaa, saal Hm lap ^^^ ajas r^-^vi-n r irylinder w I : Has 'op 01 the wots-^iDST rylL-idt-r aMaajMal ^ o,'i^^-iir The r^-^\ ^^^ cy I Dd^-r c na.s t^o wslis, the^ii^si-r iK-iw-t-ii iiit-m Bsaasj^-p' ii fee Vw cyi-^li;d-r at top an 1 i^ ^li.nu. and this opac-^contains at MM tap a aanas nuiub rof^tl.i'i Mfsairf tub ^^ ^'irroufid^i by water,^cailri tiif. r..itOTi asai a i^ru'- amount^of wire gsi z-^ at Pas fxitl.-m which^c Mutates i!,-- rerfriit-iat.^r The action^is pniuartly as MIwsm: Th- tevrreer^pMaaj feeiBHt aaasrea] BpWaaa] f -rces the air^asaaaaj it llaaaaarll th- bshssot, ami thrn^throiiith the rr^en-raiiir, wht-re it picks tip^the ^t .rt-.| tlx- it. an 1 t tkil i uiorr h-tt from^the turtiaci-. by the iiui^the n v-rser pinton^has rsssaaaM th- aaaj aj r^ steaair, theaaaaa^of air h is pissed ;hrou/'i tnr i-i(^-nefa^MI^and kewaean heat ,1. cr-ai.nea prrssur-due^t^^ the heat it has ri-^. iv--1. It at t us mo^^eaattkejtttom M th- worKi I ej ItoaM^^ th- boii-.m of the str. ke, beinn connect^e^l by pip-, it will t- assajassi mth-pr. m-^sure in t..- rovers r rvnml-r at ^\ moved^upward. The r-v-r^i r piston then d^-^sceuili, fore rn; the air through ts^I r-Kt-n-^erator, wh-r.- it l-avrs a paVtJaal of its heat,^thencr through the cool-r, where it is more^thoroughly r .olnt, and by the titn-tlie^r-ver*-r pt*ton r-a-'ln s the bottom of^Its ^'r^ ke the pte^sur* will hare^Dern r. n .v-d frr^m tt-n-sth the work'inr,^piston, win,- i i^ !,ow r-s ly for thr r^ turn^stroiie. TsMas th- r-v-r^-r sjaaaaai acts to^alternately I.-.it ajaaj saaaj th- air. tnus Iti-^Cieasins i-r n-iucinaT t'.- OT*MM^\ Th-^eneine Is g vif if| by opeaiias] a by pass,^which aUs^a s - m- of tim air to pais over^into the other ^ .. -r to op, o^ the uiove-^mi-ntotth- (^-'. .^I. ini-reasmK th- back^pr-ssiire an.l r^'th- mean ^-ff^-iivt-
presur-. Tii- tnifin- is not an exhaust.^ia^t ensine, buIHM -Ha - body of air is^used o*-r and ^^^ i r acatn.
Taavtaataaaad- s :^^w that the ei.ttiDe^reuularlv s)eti*OTaS horse power at a nsj^of I-ss ttun two ar.il one half pouuds of^coal per hour, aaaj t:i -r- is no reason, as in^th-ra--ot a st-ani plant, why this should^n .t ^^-k-i't no or eaajaj i.nproved. l'nba-^Mf wMMal plant of similar power can^^how such a performance, ami Mn mitjotily^us- twice as much fuel. he enttine is^e*so-r to !iai;c|e, it is absolotely safe, it is^noiseless, it is cleanly, and there is no np-^IMirtunity for stuffing b^jes to 1-ak wstt-r,^It is easily packed, easily lubricated, aj nsi^five in regulation and occupies no more^tl eir ^^ than a st-am engine, knd saves^tbe boiler room.
itis astonishinn how rapidly the treble^and debilitated pain strength and visror^when taKing Ayer'a Sai^-,parilla. For
whatare call-it ^broken-down con-ti:u-^tions,^ nothing eis- has pr^^v^-d so eff-ctive^as this j^owerful and perfectly safe medi-
i ^ V r:i..-rn Pacific railroad will sell
hart-sthi iirsion tickets from Duluth, St.^Paul aMl M inb-apoli* to H-'-na amt liiit*^^and i ^ ^ ii m at on-fare for MM rsafBSi trip^(S4KV0|. T.cketa will be s^-!d i n Aug. ^^aud M, Sept. 10 and 2*. and Oat ft Ex^^treme limit thirty day*. .Stopovers al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A I^. Eihiak. ^i n^: Agt., Helena.^Chas- ^. Kf*.p * -p. a. sltp^pl.
Asiafe Invest nit* nt.
Isone which is guaratit-ed to bring you^satisfactory r^ suits, or iu M of fs,iliir^ a^return of purchase prir-. t^r. tlrs sao- 11 in^you ^ in buy tr ^ i o-ir sdv-i laOT] druggist^a bottle nt far King's N - .v Dbaaaan tor^Consumption. It is (psansjBMi H nring^relief iu ev-ry ease, artsssj i:se^1 tor anv ^^fectl-^n of Throat, Lungs or ^ lo st, suc.i as^Consumption, lufliinnMii.il of Lungs,^Asthma, (Tlsssianhall Cough, Croup.etc, etc^It is pleasant and agr^atii- to taste, per^^fect ly safe and ci\n alw^^s be dej^ended^upon. Trial bottles fr-e at K. ^. Uale A^Co'a. drug store
TriennialConclave Kni^hts Templar,^Washington, D. C.^The PMn Paritic KaMway com^aanT^will sell excrsi n f.cki-t.s irom H-lena to^Washington, D. C, and return, for the^above meeting, at the rate of SKI *5 tor the^round trip. Tict- ts will be on sale from^t*ctober 1 to 4. inclusive, good toing until^Oclotier H; g.md returning in 'rank line^torn lorj nntJI October IH; hnal limit, No^^vember -.^4
A.K. Vkazik, Passenger Agent.
Throughto Chicago Witoout Change^of Cars.
TheNorthern PMAi ratlroaif. In con^^nection with ihe Wisconsin C-ntral line, is^now rutininc Pullman vestibal- sleeping^cars arid tW^^ COsaatiSl I eeping cars between^Montana ixnn's aud Chicago, without^change. Dining cars are also run on all^throng* 'rains. For raf-s, tickets and^other infi rm.itii.n concerning the only^through ear line apply to the Northern^Paeifi- othce, corner Main and (rrand sui.,^Hel-naA. D. Kim.ak,
Commeticmir June Sand continuing un^^til Sept. 27. the Nort:. rn Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one far- for the p^un^trip from H.-i-pa to Livingston and return,^on the folio* ing Conditions. Passengers^to purchase a n.uo.l-'r,p tirk-t to Livings^^ton and either a Sou ^^r ^40 bonk t'eket^through the park. I'heae tu-keu include^rail and stage transportation from Livings^^ton and fi-i r snd tjve da^s. respertively,^board aud bslging at the Park asaoclatiun's^hotels, fot ti rth-r information call at the^Northern Par'hc tioket office.
AH E ^ -h lo n-rai Agent
Wedesire to say to onr ctUsens, that for^years we have been selling Dr. King's New^Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's^New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve^and Kiectrte Bitters, and have never^handled remedies i:.at sell as well, or that^have given such uuiversal satisfaction^We do not hesitate to guarantee them^every time, and we stand ready to refund^the purchase price, it satisfactory results^do not follow their use. These remedies^have won their gr-at poptiiar^ty purely on^their merits. K. S. Hale A Co.. druggists.
thaiit u i uummoia^W. l^. Suit, druggist, Bippus. Ind.. testi^^fies: ^1 can recommend electric bitters^the very best remedy. Every bottle sold^has given re':-f in every case. One man^took s'x hot; es. and was cured of rheuma^^tism ot t-n years' standing.^ Abraham^Hare, druug st, Belivilie. Ohio, affirms:^^The best selling m-siic.ne i bare ever^hand -il in ni^ twenty years' experience, is^eleetno oitters.^ 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 R. S. Hale A^Co.'s drugstore.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will sell excursion tickets from St^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena at $4* MX^on fare, tor the round trip, on tbe follow^^ing dates: Aug. ^th and 2uth. Sept. 10th^and 34th, Oct. Kb. Good thirty days,^stopover pririlafas wlii be allowed within^limit of ticket.
ir--rurgpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding Piles, yield at once to the applies*^'Jon of Dr. lioaanko's Pile Kemedy, which^acts directly upon toe parts affected, ab-^.- tumors, allaying the intense^ISaMauc and effecting a permanent cure,^r'lfty rents. Address The Or. Boeanko^Medicine company, i*iQua. O. Sold Ly K.^S. Hale A Co.
Therewas a terrible epidemic of dysen^^tery aud bioody dux in Pope county, Il^^linois, last summer. As many as five^teams occurred in one day. Messrs.^*Ca t-r tir.gbers, of Waltersburg, sold over^of Colic, Cnol-ra and Diarrhoea^Messed) durirg this epidemic, and say^the;, never heard of its failing in any ease^when th- directions were fonowesi. it^was the ooly mediciue used mat did cure^the worst cases. Many persons were^cured by it after tbe docu rs had given them^up. Twenty-five and SO cent bottles for^ssu- by U. M. Parcben * Co.
Hqcbimi^ a niim Sssjvaw
Thebest salve In tbe world for cuts,^aw ^Mill, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^^ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^coma, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly curea pilea, or no pay required. It la^guaranteed to give perf.-et satisfaction, or
.- '-' ^ led. Price 25 -e^^Ts per box.
'r sale ht si. s. Hale *rvv
Agentleman who had suffered great an^^noyance aod pain from barber's itch, and^had o^n treated by the best physicians,
withoutrelief, says that two bottles of Do^^tard's ^perttjc cured him and left his face^perfectly smooth without a scar. It never^rails in skin diseases, sold by R. S. Hale^A Co., wiioiesaie and retail agents, Hel^^ena.
x ME rCSTIMOMV
uxli'a,Oct. 7, 1xx7.^1 was suif-nng tiom an unusually bad^. roj ill ims *-re sore and Congested.
an-ii eoasultsn one of toe best physicians^Hestaaa, artaM pre^criptions failed to^^^ me. i became alarmed, and at the^- igt s'i in of a frteud purchased a bottle of^- English Kem-dy for coughs, and^init:g it according to directions via^i... ^ ^ i-ur-rt. I therefore cheerfully^' llieud .t..lACOR SWITZKB.
1had a racking cough and Inflamed^^^.nd bought a bottle of Acker's Eng-^Remedy upon the recommendation of a^l. ,nd was entirely enred by It, I^sonsider a never failing remedy for a^J. FatuBKBe.^v ii -r's ^.rigllsh prenarationk are for sale^in Helena only bv R. S. Hale A Co.
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C.j^The Montana Central railway will sell
ticketsfor the above occasion at the rate^of ^T4 45 for the muud trip, Helena to^Wainingfnn and return. Tickets will be^on sale Oct. 1, and 2, good for going pas^^sages for trains reaching Washington Oct.^H; extreme limit for return Nov. 5^4. Stop^overs will be allowed on return trip west^of St. Paul wirtdn the limit of ticket.
C.W. Puts, City Ticket Agent,^^ H. I t ^I ^ I. General Ticket Agent.
Viathe Union Pacific and Chicago A Al^^ton railroads. Through Pullman sleepers^are now rnn between Cheyenne and Chi^^cago via Denver and Kansas City.
A.K. V kazib,^Pass. Agent.
KnightTemplar's Conclave at Was
Fortht above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of $74.66^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Tarsalson sale Oct. let and 2d only; going^. v- .vj.- l.uuted to Oct. Mb; extreme limit,^Nov. 24tn. Stopovers will be allowed,^on return trip west of St- Paul within^limit of ticket.
Chas.S. Fait G. P. a T. A, St Paul.
A.I^. Kdsau. Gen. At-nt. Helena.
Forchapped hands, roughness of tbe^skin, pimples or blotches of any kind on^the face or other pr-rta or the body, apply^Dutard's Specific. It works like magic and^is warranted by druggists. Sold by R S.^Hale A Co. wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
8PS0IAI,NOTICES,^arena of Slga Olaansesth* SJvstenv
Svruiior eiga is ^imuiii ana CfTMtlva
J* Svru* i,*Slg^for ^WMHWOS.
Theuse of calomel for derangements of^the liver has ruined many a tine constitu^^tion. Those who, for similar troubles,^have tried Ayer's Pills testify to their
efficiencyin thoroughly remedying the^malady, without injury to the system.
Themany remarkable cures Hood's Sar-^saparilla accomplishes is sufficient proof^tba; it does possess peculiar curative
Atin re Cure for Piles.^Or. Kirk a Oerman Pile Ointment has^Mired Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other ointments have failed. It^... rr.s'he tumors, allays the Itching at^iir-e. acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment is^prepared only for piles and Itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^Sox is warranted. Sold by druggists or^S'nt by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents^and SI per boa. Sold bv R S. Hale A Co.,^Helena.
Dr.F. 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 nsed^Cnamberlain's Colic,Cbolera 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 for colic cholera^morbus. i^ sentery, diarrhoea and bloody^flux. 25 and SO cent bett.es for sale by a.^M. Parehen A OA
Chamberlain'sColic, Cholera and Diar^^rheas Kemedy.
Thismedicine can always be depended^upon, not only In the milder forms of sum^^mer complaint, not a!^o for malignant^dysentery and cholera infantum. The Uvea^of many persons, and especially children,^are saved by it each year. It is pleasant,^safe and reliable. For sale by U. M. Par^^ehen a CO;
OnOctober 1st, 2nd and Srd the L'nion^Pacific will sell excursion trips to Wash^^ington, D. C, at the rate of J7H.45 for the^round trip from Helena, Montana These^tickets will be good to reach Washington^as late as Oct. nth aud good returning un^^ci Nov. 24th. Stop-overs will be allowed^at any punt west of the Missouri river, re^^turning withia final limit. All tickets Is^^sued b^ th- l aion Pacific will be made^good to return via either tbe Northern^Pacific or the Manitoba rail ways if so de^^sired.
TheValue of Hot tTater.
Thesoothing effects of hot water are^not fully appreciated,^ said a physician tbe^other day. ^1 recommend it to many of^my patients who suffer from insomnia,^produced by nervous irritation of the stom^^ach, an^* also for certain forms of indiges^^tion. Many of them object to it at first,^but soon come to like It and are generally^much benefited by it^ This reminds us^that tbe elegant Pullman sleepers on ^Tbe^Uurllnuton's^ V-^tibuled trains between^Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis, are^supplied with hot water from the engine,^by a very ingenious device. Do not im^^agine, however, that this line keeps iu pat^^rons in ho' water. On tbe contrary, no^pains are spared to give travelers the very^best acf.in.il,...datinns and the most court^cms treatment It is the great line to ail^points east south and north. For tickets,^rates, and any information, apply to local^icke. agent, or address W J C Kenyon,^(i-n. Pass. Agent C. R A N. R R, St.^Paul. Minn.
CoughI and Conga t! and Cough 111^A^hat in the world is the reason yon will^coach and ke-p coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when Befcgr^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once * This is no advertis-^taf sehtie, but an actual fact and we^guarantee it For sale by all druggtaU.^R S. Hale A Co.. wholesale and retail^ageota.
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.^The Union Pacific railway company will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^Bluffs, Omaha, St Joseph, Leavenworth^and Kansas City to Montana points on tbe^following dates at one fare for the round^.^A ii ^ ^r.o jo. ^-pt lo and 24.
andOct ft: extreme limit thirty days from^date of sale; stop-over privileges allowed^returning.A. E. Vkazib,
LEWIS AND CLARKE COL NT Y
OFFICIAL faCJSwINAI ION8.
FORKEPrlj ^B^TATIVB IH CONGRBsU.
FOR COCNTY AlfORSIT.
Career,Thomas H. Republican
FOR L1ELTSNAST OOVBRSOR.
FOB SBCRBTARY OF bTATB.
FOR ATTORSBT OKSBRAL.
Pernhereon. William V Democrat.
FOB STATB TRBA8URBR
FOR STATB AUDITOR.
FORSCPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
FORCHIBF JC8TICB SUPRBMft COURT.
foRASSOCTATB JUSTfCB SUPRBMB COURT
Armstrong,Frank K. Democrat
Blckford,Walter M Democrat
DeWItt,William H. Republican.
Harwood,Bdgar N. Republican.
FORCLERK. OF SUPRBMB COURT.
Kennedy,William J. Republican.
FOR STATB SENATOR.
FOR STATB REPRESENTATIVES.
Burns,Alexander F. Democrat
Ralston,Samuel F .Sr , United labor
Kablnaon,Geo H Republican.
Wallace,William, Jr., Democrat
FOB DISTRICT JTDGB
JsOerU,Charles M Bepubllean
FOB CLERK AND RECORDER.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Harden.Richard P Republican.
Folk,Ben. W. 8.
FOB COCNTY ASSESSOR
Pilast A B.
FOBCI.bkk DISTRICT COChT.
Clarke,A G , Jr,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER-
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR
FOR COUNTY SUPT. SCHOOLS.
Turnley. Miss C. R. Democrat
Wheeler,Mrs. H. V. Prohibition.
Follenlns,Dr. Julius Democrat
FORJUSTICB OF THB PEACE
Richards,Alfred N Republican
Ihereby certify the foregoing lo be a correct^list of the nominations as certified to me
witnessm, hand and seal of said county, this^ISth day of September, 1889.
[Seal]J. 8 TOOKER.
Helena,Montana, Feb. lS, 1889.
Ihereby certify that a ran of^Pioneer linking Pim-rfcr, analyzed hy^me this day, c*#nsisfs of chemically^pure Cream Tartar anil best ^oda,^and contains no other ingredients of^any kind.
A.W. EA.vn,^Assaycr and Chemist,
aSckllllaa a Ba, Slaaatactsrera. s r..Cat
Theannaal meeting- of tbe stockholder* of tba^Hour boa Si lain^ com [ any will be held at tbe of^^fice of the company, room 8, Pittsburg block, Uel^ena, Montana, on Taeedaj, Oct las, ISM, a* S^o'clock p. m
Theannaal meeting of the stockholders of th*^Helena Mining * Redaction company will be^held at tbe parlors of the First National bank.^Helena M mtana. oa Tuesday, October 1st 1^*.
atit SO p. m.
Theannual si sell as of the stockholder* of the^Jay Gould Mining company will be held at the of-^fice of the company In BeJraa. Montana, on Wed^neaday, October and, lSSa, at *:^ p. at.
OhemicaJLa bora to rv
GoadssmI SUvar.^BUver gold and k
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.s ^^.50^. SS^I a
Inreecnb* ana rally aw^: - Bis O l 1 iLs only^srssrioc forth* .cncjucvH^of thW Si mm.^u H.LVOKABAH M ^^AmaaerSam. Iff. Y^Wt bio sold B 1 43 fa^-any r*ars, aod It has^fives th* beat *f au^factioa^D. It DTCBI*co.
Chicago111^SI ^ Sold ay ~^A Co.. H. M Parr Saw A On.
DATES FOR MEETINGS.
aand Toole'a A ppolaitaa SSSSl
Hon.Martin Maginnis and lion. J. K.^Toole will address tbe voters of Montana^at the times aad places following:
B*a. W. Y. P^Bl^*rwa aad Boo. St it^Banltkl's Appointments.
Hon.W. Y. Pemoerton will also speak^at 1 he folio aing places:
Hod.K. U. Smith will also speak at the^following places
Missoulacounty. September 3h, 29 and 9u.
Bom.8am^l Word'a Aoppolnrj
BoulderStp'ember 28th.^Helena^S^nember 9U.
Bob.L. A. Lim'i Appelatau
Hon.Wm. Wailnee'a Appointsneata.
CartersvilleSeptembrr 28.^Missoula^September BO.
Bon.A. H. Nelson'* Appotataneata.
CastleSeptember 28.^Mary sville^Septem ber 90.
C.K. Mlddlrton's Appolntmenta.
Hon.C. K. Middleton will address the^voters of Montana at tbe following times^and places:
MilesCity, September 28.
Hoa.Taoa. I). Fltagerald ^ Appolatanenta.
Hon.Tbos. D. Fitzgerald, candidate for^state auditor, will address the voters at tbe^following times and places:
Hon.Thos. D Fitzgerald, N W. Mc^^Connell and L. A. Luce will address tbe^voters of lie,ena ^r-pt 28. and Hon. Sam^Word and W. Y. Femberton Sept 90.
Democratictostaty Appotntuaeota.^East Helena^-September 28: J. M. Clem^^ents, S. K. Davis, F A. Merrill.^Marysville^Sept. 30: A. U. Nelson. H.
R Comly, Gov. Leslie.
WolfCreek^Sept. 28: C. B. Nolan, Wm.^Wallace, Jr.
l'nionvllleSeptember30^F. W. McCon^^nell. *V. K-Culien. F. A. MerrilL
Memberof Congress,^MAKTIN MAGINNIS,^L^wis and Clarke.
Governor,J. K. TOOLE,^Lewis and Clarke.^Lieutenat-Governor,^JOHN H. CON HAD,^Yellowstone.^Secretary of State.^JOS A. BROWNE,^Beaverhead.^Treasurer.^JERRY COLLINS,^Cascade.^Auditor,^T. D. FITZGERALD,^Deer Lodge.^Attorney-General,^W. Y. PEMHERTON,^Sliver Bow.^Superintendent of Public Instruction,^J. R. RUSSELL,^Silver Bow.^Chief Justice,^STEPHEN DeWOLFE,^Sover Bow^Ass'* isfe I k.*W^ ^.
W.M 14R KFORD,^Missoula^F. K. ARMSTRONG,
Gallatin.Clerk Supreme Court,^G. V COPE,^Madison.
C.8 Lako Orma, I^HaxasA, Moat sept is, lSBB. (^Complaint having been en.er-d %t this oalee by^Robert a. Da^ against Vlo a V. H yl and heirs^for abandoning her homestead entry. Baa S8SS^dated May S*,18*i, opia th* ^** ae-doa SS, town^^ship 10 n. range 4 w, ba Lewis and Clarke county^Montana with a view 10 tbe cancellation of aal.i^entry, the partfcw are hereby *ammcm*d to appear^at this office . n the Wth dit of October, isss, al 10^o'clock a. m.. to respond aad furnish ^aattaaeay^conreming said alkaled abanooament
sW LANgHORNB,^A. H. NELSON, Megister.
st toi ney for contestant^First pubUoetlon Sept SO.
AWoman'sFace I: Her Fortune.
1AMFAC rVKSr. OF
WajjonSheets, Tents, Awning,^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydtaarent atylea of Wnadow Awnlagt^and tas lissst Improved fjrtursa for bandog
Canvasof aU kind* and widths from SS tackai^wide 10 IBs tatfass Wats always In stock.
Thelaawst Impnrrad Camp ttooda.^EIA1N bTKBBT. .... HBLBNA
Aftera few days^ use will Permanently Remove
allBlotchea, Botha, Pimples and Freckles, pro^^ducing an Entrancing!* Beautiful Complexion^trat shames tbe use of powders and creams^Warranted perfect! v ^armleea ts.M by all lead^lnr druggist* at $1 OO per box of 100 wafers.
OR 81 MM8' Bast PERIODICAL WAFERS^are suae and reliable for all female trrm --lafti-e^t rice M.OO per box. Sent by mall (serum on^receipt of price. Warranted 10 contain no^^Tansy^ or ^Pennyroyal.'
THUatLERa CO . 83 Chambers St., New ^o-^^H. M Parcben A Co.. slole Agents. Helena
TheCelebrated French Cure,
I*Sold ok aa^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE^to tun inr^forTBoruervouii^il.M-wV^e, 01 w^ii^^disorder of trie^..^i'^ or^ftaot of clttier^dfa whet net ar-^ifuuK fro in (he^e^^ c^^-i\^- liste of stimHltVintm, Tobtu-co or ^^|^uira.^^r through vourhful lodisrretiou, over in.rilg-^eD^c. Ac, ^arh a* Uwa^ ot Brmio Power, Wakeful-^Beetm, Bettrior down Paina In th^ Back, 8emioaj^Weakntwa, H^ uteri a NerTowa Pn^^tratioti Nortuni-^^1 Kmiiwlona, lienoorrhom. IMsziD^aa. Weak Mem-^or^. j-tspot power and Imm-''**' ^ v, whirh If ne^^glected often le^d to pretnamreold are and inaan-^itv. price II 00 a box. ^ boxaa for $5.00 fecut bv^mall on r*veipt of prio^.
AWRITTEN ^tl'AllA^fTKE for every $5-06^order, to refund the money if a Permanent^tun la not effected. Thousand! of testimonial*^from old and young*, of both aexea, permanently^CQred br Afkbociti^i. ('irrular free. AMreaf^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
WBflTBBKbrahch.^BOX 77PORTLAND. OR
Soldhy R. 8. Haie *% Co., wboleeaia and retail^drnKi^s-s, aoio ai^^nta for fleiena Host.
DEM0CEAT1C COUSTY TICKET^Kor Sheriff,^JOHN J. KOHKBAUGH.^For Clerk and Recorder,^WILLIAM TAVLOK^For Treasurer,^BEN. FOLK.^For Assessor.^WILLIAM J. B1CKETT.^For County Attorney,^C. B. NOLAN.^For Superintendent of Schools.^MlsS C. L. TUKNLKY.^For Coroner,^DR. JULIUS FOLLEN1US.^For Surveyor.^JOHN W. WADE.^For Public Administrator,^S. K UAV1S.^For Commissioners,
D.J. HOGAN, E. W. KNIGHT,
E.D. E1K5ERTON.^For District Judge,^GEORGE F. SHELTON.^For Clerk District Court,^A. G. CLARKE, JR.
ForState Senator,^N. W. McCONNELL.^For Representative*.^HARRY R. COMLY, ARTHUR C. LO^^GAN. ELIZUR BEACH, WM WAL^^LACE, JR. V. T. PRIEST, D. R.^PEELER. ALEX F BURNS,^JOHN STE1NMETZ.^For Justices,
E.M. HOYT, TERRANCE O'DON-
NELL.For Constables,^J NO. A. QUIRK. ALEX G EG EN-^MEIER.
Ainaranli.il cure for all ner-oos^disease, snch as W8...K MBM^ORY, LOSS OFBKAI.N POWJ|i^Hysteria, Ueadach. I AIN IN^THE BACK, NKRVOliH PROS^^TRATION, WAKBPI LN B88^. LBCCORKBIXA^Bef or* Taking CNIVBRSAL^LAs.slTl UK,nBMiNAL. WEAK-^NIBS. Impotenev and treneral^lose of power of the Generative^Organs, in either sex, c - need by^indlarretloD or over-exertion, end^which ultimately lean to PKB-^MATI*RE OLD AHE. IN8ANI-^TY and CONHUMPTION. fl a^box or six boxes for $5. Sent hy^mall on receipt of price. Pnil^pamphlet, sent free to every applicant.
Wat1,1 IKI \ III: NIX BOIRS^to cure any case For every $5 order rerelie. , wc^send six ts-xes, with a written tmarantee to re^^fund the mt .ney If onr Specific does not eHwl .^core.
Addressail commnnlcarlons to the Sole Mann^facterer*. THE MURRAY MEDICINE CX^_^Kaisaa City. Mo^For sale In Helena hv H M. Panmrnn * Co.
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Oeassr*la rataa! Medlctnea. Fancy Tot.^KxsIb, Lantern Lamps and Lamp Good*, Olal.^Paints, OUa, etc Snrdcal instrnmenta, Crr.tr.hs^^Braces, etc. Wholesale aa-ents for Cnro f^^i.'onifhs and Colls, airs e Pile ointment, Witch c^JtirnDodlnm, Boeanko Medicines, Dr. Earneri^Kemedv. Dan'fslfon Tonic. Orevoa Bid T*^Ditard's Specific.
AOistCHOTEL ^teem Heat^^ aln atreet, Helena, Montana. Baslneea center of tas d'/
Manyrestanrant* la close proximity at all prtcea. Bnropean Plan,
13KS.LIKBIGh 6c CO.
PermanentlyLo ated at Southeast Cor^^ner of Broadway and Main streets.^Butte City. Private Rntrance^No. 8 East Broadway.
Sc.|1.0n, salts tl.Vi per da. according to location. American I'lan il.S^ to 'ti.50 per day. Bp*af|^weekly rate* No dlsreimuVle people allowed.H. O. LBNOIK. Prop, both hontra 9
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JEFFERSONCOUNTY DEMOCRATIC^TICKET. -^For state Senator.^EDWARD CARDWELL.^For Joint Representative,^WILLIAM C. WHALEY/^For Representatives,^PETER BREEN.^GUS. E. POOL,^JAMES C. TWOHY.^For Judse 5th Judicial District,^THOMAS JOTES.^For County Treasurer,^EDWARD P. DURNEN.^For Clerk District Court,
CHARLESZ. POND.^For Clerk and Recorder,^ALEXANDER S. VEST.^For Sheriff.^DODLEY HALFORD.
KorCounty Assessor.^ALEXANDER GILLIAM.^For County Attorney .^MONTGOMERY H. PARKEK.^For Public Administrator.^JOHN BERK1N.^Kor Superintendent of Schools.^WILLIAM E DEAN.
ForCoronor^EDGAR A. BROOKE.^For County Commissioners.^JOHN MURRAY,^.IOHV J. McCAY.^SHERMAN F. TUTTLE.
ForCounty Surveyor.^RICHARD M CRALLK.
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Byvlrtae of an order of aale In my hands.^Issued out of the district ronrt of the flrst judicial^district of Montana terrttorr, in and tor the^county of Lewie and Clarke In tbe suit of Alfred^Han* against Bridret 1 e^rlng. duly attested the^24tb day of Septemi^er, IMA*, I have levied nnon^all tbe right, litis and lntsr. et rt tbe said Bridget^D-erlng in a-d to the fo'lowlng deecrl^-ed prop^^erty, situated In Lewis aad Claras county, Mon^^tana territory, vis :
LotNo Ave i5i, la block No nine (Si, la the^town of Mai-ysnile, In th- county of Lewis and^Clarke and territory o' Montana, said lot being^^ft) BtJ feet front on firacd street and one hun^^dred i .i^i) feet In dep b a cording to the plat of^said town of Marrari,le In tbe office of tbe coantv^clerk aad recorder ^ t said Lewis and Clarke^county, M n'ana territory.
No-IceIs hereby given that ^ n Prlda*. the lbth^dav of October A D. ld-S. at he hoar of la^o'clock. Dm*, ot salo rimy, at the front door of ibe^court hone*, city of Helena, Lewis a-a C larke^coast', Montana terrl ory, I will sell all rl.bt^lfie and Interest of the said Brldcet D-wrlng In^aad to the said above described property, to toe^his host bidder for cash In nan'
Givenunder my hand tola 27th day of Septem^her, A. D . 1888. Cnaa. M Jamais, sher'B.
Bylaaac Holbbook, Depot, sheriff.
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Oranges,Lemons ^ Apples.
F0REIG5SANT)D0ME8TI0^Dried Fruits and Nuts, Cigars^and Tobacco.
Specialtie* Crescent ^ reamer y 1^t gc^ Ckms, Vegetable* aad Moataaa^Packing Haass Product*.
Office.Cold storage aad Ware room a. Corner Moa^^taaa Seeene wl H P II ^r*^ ^ '
Ahigh grade school, preyi lag boy* for mllaga,^ectenOsc schools and for bnatneaa. First class^^dacadoa; tboroagh coarse of etadr. sdcreas^C. L H^ Wlkll. Bant. tsgdsa City. Utah.
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anicCHAIN BELT wit.^Els, tr.r Suapeaasry, c^iai^actsed the most power to^d ir. ISjB and perfect Cba. ^^Dai .ry in -f-s world. OS^--^withoTil DieHirin*. Bays*.^Pain in T's. k.KMner Iiiswmk.^Rhsaiuatisn:, HMkklHM of .^si ...
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AMDINTBKMATIONAL^Medloctl and SurgloaJ Institute.^Kansas City, Mo., f an'Franclsco, CaL, and Butts^City, Montana
Dr.Uehlg A Co. are revular graduates In^medicine and anrcery and *is^ lal practitioners^authorized by tbe states of Missouri, California^and Mor.tana, to treat all chronic, aervonf and^private diesseee (whether caused by Imprudence,^excess or c- .nt*^ri.*rt seminal weskns-e (night^losses), sexual debility iloss of sexua power),^aervo s aetnllty ^ 1.. s of n*rve force), dlseasoe i f^the blood (ayphuls, gfinorrf.cea, gleet aad stric^^ture; cured, curable caeca ,'uarsn eed or money^refunded. Chergre low. Thousands of cases^cured. All medicines are especially prepared for^each Individual case, at Laboratory, so Inju^^rious or poisonous compounds nsed.
Notime lost fro . business. P tlentsat a dis^^tance treated by letter and exi^reas. Medicine^sent ever,wh*-te free from gase or beeakagje. i
Inc lseaeee of the hi. od, brain, heart and ner^^vous system, as wail as liver, kldnev and gravel^complaints, rheumatism, paralysis aad all other^chronic diseases.
Writetor illustrated papers on Deformities^Ciub feet, Curvature of the spine, Plies, Tumors,^i ancer. Catarrh. Broncultla. Inhalation, Elec^triclty, Magneal.m, Paralysis, Epllepey, Kidney^Biadder, Bye, Bar, skin and Blood, and al^burglcai Opetstiona.
ineeseeeof women s apeclalty. Book oa dl
Theonly rellaole Medical and Surgical Inatltut.^making a specialty of private disease*.
AllBlood Disease* successfully treated. Byph^Ultla Y- Ison removed from the system wlthou;^mercury. New Keebirarjve treatment for loss of^Vital Power. Persona nnable to visit us may ot^treated at home by correspondence. All comma^Mention* confidential Medlctnes or tnatrumei.lt^sent by mall or sxpreas securely packed, on*^personal interview yreferred. Call and rnnsult^as, or send history of your case and ws will *enc^In plain wrapper our Book tree, explaining whj^thousands cannot be cured of Private, specla.^and Nervous I 'lseaeee. Seminal Weakness, Sper^msxorrbosa, 1m potency, bypLllls. (lonorrhoss,^^^'set, Varl- ocle, etc., ear..
DrLiebtg A Co, are tbe only qurtlfled or re^^sponsible ^ perl allele left In Montana, tines the^new medical law.
Officehours from 9 to 6 ard T to - p. m : or by^appointment In ooarure and urgent esses.^CONsCLTA ION FKKB
NewtonBror. are agenta for sals of Dr. Lleblg's^Inrlfforator In Ba'te i |ty. sfontana.
Sawed and Split Wood,
313Sixth Ave , Corner Ewirni;, at old Government Corral.
WoodSawin,, by Steam done on short notice, from half cord up^to any amount. Kindlings furnished on short notice.
TheHelena Steam Heating
Plumbers,Gas and Steam Fitters.
Estimatesupon all work'in our line cheerfully given.^ 203 North Main Street, HELENA, MONT.
Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mall will receive Froaipt Attention. Corn^ponden^^e solicited. Yard and Factor*' near N. P Depot.
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICE.^Stationery, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and MouldingB, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment of Notions,
PHIL1PSBUBG,MONTANA.Formerly SPAREY'S HOTEL
Runon Both American and Roropean Plana.^Sample Rooms for Commercial lien.
Mrs T. H. M0R8K. Proprlete^a.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
FOE^TJTTJjyCIsr:^a matchless stock!
newyork prices !
Nomatter how exacting a lady may be as to style and quality, we are positive of being^able to please. Every taste and requirement has been taken in consideration our stock is^enormous and comprises all grades of goods from a modest priced article to the richest nov^^elty in the land. On our counters can always be found wonderful productions of good taste^and elegance. The phenomenal growth of our fall business is owing to the plaudits of a de^^lighted public, which has learned to look to us for its high grade merchandise and requirements.
PEATJDE SOIS-High Novelties.^CHINA SILKS-Figured and Plain.^NEW RHADAMES-NEW SURAHS.^DTJCHESSE SILKS-Broche Pattern.^Striped Silks^All Colors.
GROSGRAIN TO MATCH WOOL EFFECTS
Ourstock of silks is the largest we have ever shown, and includes many pieces of rare^elegance and beauty. Blacks in G-ros G-rain. Ottoman and Regatta, every yard sold under^guarantee of good wear. A silk dress may be ever so genteel, yet it has a decided quiet ap^^pearance without some additional trimming. We call particular attention to our very com^^plete assortment of high novelties in brocade and striped silks, of which we have every con^^ceivable color. These silks are adapted for the finishing touches of extra silk and worsted habits
VALUEIN HOSIERY. AND UNDERWEAR.
OurBtoek of Hosiery is purchased directfrom the ^makers. Hii$h*Grade servicable (roods in black, colors and opera shades,^Onr stock of Cashmer** Hoes* is resrl^-ndant in ns-w shades, the imported grades being in accordant a with the various new colors of^drees goods worn this season We are prepared to offer some special valnes in Ladies' nnd Children's Underwear, in natural wool^white and scarlet.
LaceFlouncings, All Over Laces.
GuipureLace Flouncing, Fish Net Lace Flouncing, Llama Lace Flouncing, Chantilla Lace Flouncing, French Lace Flouncing,^Spanish Lace Flouncing, with all over Laces to match in Cream and Black. Remember, Ladies, the long NVinier nights are ap^^proaching wten festivities and entertainments will claim your attention and require your especial care in dress There is nothing^so entirely in accordance with perfect dress as Laces. Outside the New York Store these goods cannot be procured in Helena.
Agentsfor Foster's Celebrated Lace Kid Gloves.
TeaGowns, French Slips, and Wrappers. Migh Novelties, Gorgeous Styles, Wonderfully
attractive.Extremes in Fashion. Beyond Comparison.
allgoods sold at new york prices.
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
STEWYORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena