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Montana.Oct. I, 1889.
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Toevery voter:^whi.iky alone.
Keepcool and leave
,VniK for Toole ami every tuan on the^hUte ucket. They are all right.
Miniiiii! anHurance have hail^day. Kxil 1 houia-t Henry Carter.
mUMAIhat. thrown the whole ticket^over to f-ave Carter, bland fiom under(^boys.
CAkTEK'streachery to Tower did the^buniuest*. Now let's bee if Fo^er in go^^ing to let 1 .trier off.
ItM11 LLEE : Look^your special policemen
takenzeal ui tv make trouble.
readthe Auticouda news this morn^^ing and judge for yourself who the bull^^dozers are in that town. Their boss is^Seligman.
Therepublican bosses will trade off^ever) bod} else to save Carter out of th^wreck. Stainl by yeur guns, democrat.-^We will Ml tUe whole game
.-t- in the legislature. We want the^b^t delegation of business men and^lawyers the county affords, for affairs of^great moment come before the next leg^^islature. We know yon will find that^the democrats have named men superior^in every respect to the candidates on the^republican ticket. Compare the names.^Ton will see it for yourself.
Democrats'Bulldozing and Intimi^^dation are among the desperate tactics^that are to be resorted to by the republi^^can bo-ses to deprive the timid and the^Ignorant of their votes. In Anaconda^the federal government has undertaken^to interfere In the election by throwing^a -trong force of United States deputy^marshals into the town in spite of the^protests of the mayor, city council and^leading republican citizens. This un^^warranted exercise of federal power to^intimidate workingmen should be re^^buked by th^ vote* of freemen here to^^day, and we believe it will be. Similar^uiwiece-sary demonstrations of official^power, in the appointment of an army of^extra policemen, hare been planned for^Helena. Let no democrat who is regis^^tered and knows he has the right to^vote, fear to demand his rights and face^his challengers. The law protects every^man in the performance of this duty.^Let no man bulldoze you. Stand for^your rights.
Header,have you voted yet^ If you^haven't, drop this paper right here and^go to the polls at once. Somebody is^going to be shut out to day under the^slow method of voting. See that you^are not the man. Let your breakfast^wait. You get that '3^^o days in a year.^You can vote but once, and you have^never voted at so important an election^as this in your life. When your own^v is in, stir up your slothful neigh^^bors. Time is everything to-day. Not^all who have been registered will be^able to vote. This election is going to^be lost for one party or the other by the^men who think it will do just as well to^go to the polls after dinner, or on the^way home to supper, or some time in the^middle of the afternoon. They are the^fellows who are going to get left, be^cause there are more voters in many^precincts than can get their ballots in^the boxes. Do you catch on
DALLYINDEPEXDEXT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORXIXG. OCTOBER 1, 1889.
iinTooleV fiiei.d- -liould remtmbe^that be is running ugallist a barrel^with the head out, from which the buy^are invited t.i help themselves, and tliej^must not relax tlirir wgilauc. until the^polls close.
Votefor tlie three democratic candi^^dates fur county o mmissioners, not^merely because th^-y air democrat-, but^because the) are three sound bm-iuess^men. Tarn-ui considerations should^not govern jour choice iu this wiatier
Thetii.ju-t exemption of duties on^foreign lead is in process of reform,^ de^^clared the republican state platform. So^is the universe, and the millenium will^get here nrst. What will the hum^bugge 1 lea 1 men think of the republican^party uow i
VTt f..r Joseph K. Toole, the man
whosecured our statehood, for the first
governorof Montana. He has won the
honorif ever man did. His majority, if^merit and popularity count iu the scale^against boodle, will run far into the^thousands.
Kvekyrepublican vote for member^of congress to-day indorses the ad^ministration policy of free Mexican^lead. Every democratic vote for mem^^ber of congress is a rebuke to the ad^ministration's policy on the seme ques^^tion. Let republican and democratic^miners alike unit* on this issue ^uid re^^buke the policy wh'ch robs them of ten^dollars per ton and upward on their ores.
Inanother column, under the head
jv. M'aj to Vote,^ yon will and a list^of all the democratic candidates, each^marked with an X. Mark :he official^ballot that you get from the judges ex^^actly llxe the ticket printed In The^Independent. At the bottom of your^ballot dr^w your pencil thr .ugh the^words ^Against the Constitution.^ leav^ing the words, ^For the Constitution,'^untouched.
REfENTby your vote to-day the in^suits put upon the lea.iing citizers of^Montana in the repubiicau catuj iign^address. A more untruthful, unwar^^ranted, slanderous attack was never^made ur^-^n men not candidates for office^before. Partisan malice was never ex^^hibited in meaner guise than in this last^effort of a corrnpt and beaten party to^retain its grasp on power. Turn the^plunderers out!
Seligmanand his fellow boodlers at^republican headquarters spent all day^yesterday in shovelling out money to^the workers in this town and county.^Every man who could be trusted, and^some who couldn't, went away with^bulging pockets. The slimy trail of the^republican boodlers was found in every^part of the town late last night. They^poured out money by the thousands and^tens of thousands. Democratic workers,^even, were approached and asked to sell^out their ticket. The boodlers do longer^make a secret of the fact that they have^lost the election unless they buy it and^they boasted everywhere last night that^they had the money to do it. The Inde^^pendent's reporters agree that in all^their experience they never before wit-^n-s-e ; such open displays of money and^such bold and shameless avowals of the^base uses to which It would be put. We^ts^iieve the vote-buying scoundrels will^fail in their plot. They are buying^th^ir own men who, quick to catch the^drift, will do nothing as long as the^cash is in sight We believe the demo^^crats of Lewis and Clarke will stand^firm and true and that to-day's sun will^set on a victorious democracy.
THE VOTE LAST i EAR.
Forthe convenience of readers who^may desire to compare to-day's election^returns with those of last year, we giv^iu the subjoined table the total vote of^each county for delegate last year by^parties and the majority in each:^Dem. Hep. Detn
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Lewisand Clarke. 267o33*)
OBSERVE THIS LAW CAREFTTLLT
Fromthe new election law: ^No of^^ficer of election shall do any electioneer^log on election day. No pereon what^soever shall do any electioneering on^election day within any polling place,^or any building in which an election Is^being held, or within twenty-five feet^thereof, nor obstruct the doors or en^^tries thereto, or prevent free ingress to^and egress from said building. Any^election officer, sheriff, constable or^other peace officer is hereby authorized^and empowered, and it is hereby made^his duty to clear the passageways and^prevent such obstruction, and to arrest^any person so doing.
eat,maintaMM ^^righte, pleaded our^cause ^^Jr^rusimportant legislation,^and with eloquent tongue made known^to the world our material resources and^the solid character of our population.^The people of Montana owe a debt of^gratitude to Martin Maginuis they can^never pay. for the great work he did in^advancing our territory on the road to^statehood Every consideration of jus-^tic* demands his election as the new^^tale's first representative in congress.^His long experience fits him for the^duties of the office. He would be no^green hand who would have to learn the^ropes. He would step into the front^rank of able legislators and command^for Montaua a hearinc that no other^man could secure for her.
Sandebssays the republicans will^have 10,000 majority in the territory;^Carter says 0,000; 8elig-nan rays only^2,500 more republicans than democrats^are on the registry books. Banders evi^^dently thinks Quay's boodle will buy^7,500 democrats, while Carter, thrifty^Tom that he is, is apparently In favor of^saving part of the money and buying^only 2,500. The figures of the bosses,^whether on the tariff, or the wool clip,^or elections, are alike entertaining and^equally untrustworthy.
JcdueMcConnell, the democratic^nominee for state senator, is a broad^gauge, liberal-minded man. He will be^one of the strong figures in the first^senate of the new state. He is a sound^constitutional lawyer, a powerful rea-^soner and able debater. He will get the^votes of many liberal republicans who^want our county represented in the sen^ate in a manner worthy of our people-^He will get every democratic vote, of^course.
AN INSULT TO OIK PEOl'LE.
AnOld Montanlau'ft Fro teat Against a^Seaadaloua Campaln Ooruuient.
Tothe Independent^Thai remark^^able document over the nignatures of the^chairman and secretary of lae Hepublican^party of this territory it eliciting mu-h^unfavorable comment from all good citi^^zens ot the county, regardless of their^political proclitivies. Aside from its utter^disregard for trutn and fairness as a com-^paign article, its undue and wanton refla^^tion upon honorable and worthy citiz.-ns of^our territory, is deserving of jiore than^ordinary mention. Coming as it doet from^a source not altoxt-ttier invulnerable, and^at too late an hour lo be fairly met at the^various precincts before election day, its^appearance has been shrouded t. ^^with suspicion, but has inspired the com^^munity with contempt and disgus' both ti ^^the article and its authors. Never since^the existence of our territory has there ap^^peared a document so reckless In its^statements about individuals and^parties, as utterly grounuless In^Its wholesale charges of corruption, con^spiracy and fraud, and so miserable and^degraded in sentiment and tendencies as^the one which appeared over the signa^tun-s of A. J. Seligman, chairman, and J.^W. Hathaway, secretary of the republican^central committee of Montana. It boldly^asserts that corrupt and criminal men^have been induced by designing d^ uiocratic^mansgers to register at different places^under different names; that half breeds^and unorant men iiav been illegally nat^^uralized by democratic clerks and no^proper record kept of their names; that re^^peaters have been furnished with state^registration cert Ma) g, so as to enable^persons to vote at Several preciicteon elec^^tion day without detonating a single in^^stance in which any of these thinKS have^been done, and with a full knowledge of^trie falsity of thtse allegations. These two^political hucksters mistake the Intel^ligence. Independence and integ^my of Hi ^ electors of this^territory when they imagine for a moment^that such political clap trap can ensnare^them on the eve of so important an election.^Again,this remarkable document proclaims^that ^proof positive has reached us of a^conspiracy between Marcus Daly, 8. T^Uauser and certain Wall street operators^to deliver the state to the democrats.^ Is^it to be wondered at that while such men^as Seligman and Hathaway are trying to^turn our fair territory over to the repubii^cans and obtain the assistance of the gold^bugs and anti silver orators to assist them^in it, that you would find such men as^DMy and Hauser opposing their scheme.^^^Deliver the state toihe democrats.^ Do^not these political tyros know that the ter^ritory within the limits of Montana was^purchased by a democratic administration,^by Jefferson, the founder of democracy^Do they not know that since its organ^izs on, for more than a quarter of^a century, with only two excep^^tions it has gone democratic. Do they not^know that at the last election she retrieved^herself from republican thralldom and^elected a democratic constitutional conven^tion, and that it is nnder that constitution^^he is now to be admitted as a state ^ Ho^puerile under such circumstances does it^seem to talk of delivering her over to the^democrats^ How silly does it appear .o^talk of a conspiracy for mat purpose
whenshe h^a been rocked in a democratic^eradle from her infancy until the present ^^VFhy talk of conspiring and designing men
endeavoringto turn her over to the demo^^crats, when under their care she presented^herself for statehood without a dollar of^debt, with unlimited credit, unparalledle^prosperity. Shame to the political bom^baits who would seek by means of such a^document to divert the electors from the^merits of the issnes, and qualifications of^the respective candidates, and ask them to^a t in so imp -rtant a matter upon the base^and naked assertions of Seligman and^Hathaway.
ALoteb or Montana
Tatcra.Especially Democrats. Should sh^th* Ticket They Pat In th* Box^Heads Like This.
FOBrepresentative in CONGRESS.
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FORMCRETAKY UF STATE.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
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FORSTATE TREABl RtR.
Fitterftid. T. G.
FORSIPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
FORCHIEF JCSTIC* SUfREML COURT.
FORASSOCIATE JUSTICE SCPRLUE COUKT.
Arn'ran, Freftft k.^UlcAl Ta. Waller kt.
FORCLERK OF SUPREME COURT.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVES.
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FOBCLEKK AND Kt^ ^JKDER^T.y.or,Wiiu.il Democrat
FORCOUNTY ATTORN EY.^Nolan. C. B.
FORCLERK DISTRICT COURT^Deaaaassa
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a.K .n D. J.
Davs. S. K.
FORCOUNTY SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS.^Turniey, Miss C. K.Democrat X
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fob JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
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OD pnneil, Terrknca
Drawvi ur pencil through the words ^Acalnat^the coneiltDtlon1 on ' h- ofllrlal haliot.
CRINARY and RECTAL DISEASES^A SPECLALTY.
ALady Aspletant will be In constant^attendance at my office during office^boors.
Hoarsfrom 10 to 12 A. If. and from^to 3 P. M.
Office,rooms 6, 11, 13, Helena Busi^^ness College. Sixth ave. and Main str,^Helena. Mont
THEMERCANTILE A GENU
.i. SCI^ ^ CO.,
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841^118 Offices
UnitscStatis, Canada and Eubopi^Manager of the Montana District
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
Officecorner itth aveone an.-i Main Street.
Pmd Ceoifai -^Surplus ar^d P'Ofiti
LH. HERSHFIELD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pr(j:t^AARON HERSHFIELD. Cash'
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Evertrepublican who believes in fair^play in politic* should vole for Major^Maglnnls for enngres* as a rebuke to^the trtachery of Slippery Tom Carter,^who has sold ovt the rest of his ticket to^save himself. Do you doubt it^ Read^the posters all over town for the last re^^publican meeting of the campaign. Not^a name is on them but Carter's, l.jok^at the Monday special edition of RuaaeU^Harrison's newspaper. Carter exudes^from every column. A plainer, bolder,^more shame Ires sell-out was never seen.
Oncimore, and for the last time, ws^urge every voter to cast his ballot for^the men who Will best protect our In ter-
Fellowcitizens, do you longer doubt^that Thomas Henry Carter is the great^^est man on earth^ Why, hasn't be told^you that he has increased the value of^our wool clip hundreds of millions of^dollars^ D^n't you know he has hoisted^the price of lead hundreds of millions of^dollars more, just with bis own mouth^^And to crown all. on the day before elec^^tion, be adds two counties to our mag^^nificent domain! Don't yoc believe it^^Well, here are his own words quoted^from the special Carter fly-sheet edition^of yesterday's Journal: ^I think we^will carry fifteen of the eighteen co^n-^ttes at least.^ Oh, sly and slippery^Thomas! Here we have been figuring^all the time on only sixteen counties,^the exact official number, and yon have^gone and added two more without say^^ing anything about It. And we don't^know where they are, and you are going^t ^^ have them vote for you. and we don't^know what to do. But say, are they go^^ing to give you a majority in the legis^^lature over the Old Warhorse^ And,^confidentially, are vou going to let Power^get any votes out of them
Itwould be a scandal and a shame^were the voters of Montana to refuse to^send to represent them In the congress^of the United States the man who for^twelve long years as a territorial dele^^gate, faithfully served our srary In tar-
MJMSjAw* Tosa, Sept. m.^Bar stleer, W^Copper^N mlaal; lake, October, $\0.t^Lead^Da'L lower; domestic ^ ^^-^-,^The stork market tn-^fajr were genarsUj dull^bat s few leadlEK st km monopolized the Interest^In trading, and will* the iren-r-i list traded tn^wm o*er sn extreme r narrow MM the MSM^^Ifs made some bm r^et movements Klr.al chan^^ 9 are trrecralftr. hut for email fractions only ex-^ept la afew s,s^rtftld-^, aad Jerser Central rose^Ma, Mai MM * and Mftnliopft 1, while Atchison^Is riowa '. S Governments steady^Petrolea^ opewed -teadr at l*V sad after^me narrow flactutTlons became dull and re^^mained so untu the dose, at sr- S
rt bonds, te. M7i lOHi^facile, SI a: preferred, 74v^; Orcaroa^Imprvve-osnt. S3 Orecoo SarlenUon, tl^Transcontinental, ..1: Union Pacific S5I^.
Moneyon caU ruled U^M, ranifinjt from 6 to^SO. rloeeJ onered at 15. Prime mercantile paier.^^^^*i3^*^ fterllns exchange qaiet, steady: sixty-^dsy Mils, (M M)*: demand, $4 .s
MBJMiSO CattK^r^^1pts. 18,0*1 lr-^regular, beeves. ^4 toa*.Tn: ^ era. %i.^^4 V;^sto kers ar.d f s^-er . Si suft. 85; Tstaa cattle,^^ N^i 86; Western ritg-re. $i MM SO; winter-^sd Texaas, f ' no.
-.- - ^ ^^ s eady, doing higher^mixed, t* ^X^44 V^ h^avy. $3 75; itgh'. ^4.1i^1.8B^K^celpu. 11.0^^ steady 10 weak; natives^JS^0^4 :^: wesw-ns, tS ^M^4 70. Taxaas, t3^^
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Cmioas Sept. SO ^1:15 p. m ^Cloa^8 rong. higher: September and October,^^5*; Mar.
rm.Sep tern jer. Si; October,
Oate steady: September and October,^Maj.iiV
Pra^Steady; September and October, tU 45;^January, $;^.
Lardsteadv: September, ta.(S; Octokar,^M OH; January. (5 87*
Noticetor Pubiioat on.
sLajtd Orwtam. I^sept U, 18bSl I^-rshy given that Us following^has lied aodes ot his Intention to
vis Kil W McN^S.78S, ror the s. s la, a. a la. a. 14, a. a.^M,*- a. la. sac 17. twj to, n. r. S w.
Henames the foUowtag wta^enaMtaoM laaMaaea apoa sad^land, eta: Ro bert 8. Prtea, WIDkB A. tUsisai,^J mains 4). Sande.-a. ot He ana. Moat; Bdwla ML^Carvwr, Of JsMsmoa City. Moat,
WLA NiiBuRHl, MwewMt.
Collections Receive Prompt^Attent'oc.
PurchaseGold and Sliver Bnl-^lioQ. Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposits^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Businen^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Prind^pal Cities of Europe.
R.G. DA VIES,
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Piano.Flute and Singing.
o. 108 Howie Street, or at a. p. Carttn s Moatc^Store, Helena Montana.
evneJAnriat^Macber of baa Prandaco Medical Sodsty. ftlax
O*es^Parcawn's -reg^aad Bi uad a ay. Sntraao^ra Hele*- v Montana^aaa Saailsh
warnmm Mala^i ob Broadway and Jack-^eaaaMsMaaa la Uarai
4ttonieyand Counselor at Lai
w* now * ^ *hpij Rwr.Wtfs, w
Sla of Warrants.
Sealedproposals for tea parr rises wf city war^^rants, beertne 7 per cent Intel eat. to the amoaat^of six thousand dollars (M.0TO.00) will ton^at my ottos, US Broadway, until Monday, i^tor SO, 1SBS, at IS o'clock, mertdiaa
aR. DCCOLia. City T^.bar St, IMS.
WinterCloaks Just Received
AndSelling at ONE-THIRD their Value at
Seethem before they are all sold. Bound to^be sold quickly at the prices marked.
KOHLBERG^Sc CO.^No. 5, North.Main Street.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware,
andall High Explosives.^1 13 NORTH MAIM STREET.
NORTHPACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION !
OpenaatPortlan i. Or., Sep;. 26^uid Closes October ^6, 1889.
TheBuildino- Contains Six and One - Half Acres
OfFloor Room, whk'fi will be covered with inWestin* displays of every^dee* ription from every nectloa or the Northwest,
$250,000EXPHXDHI) IX GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS f
Larjrwtand Best exhibit of FIN K LIVE STOCK ever bronght together on tn* Paclflr^coast will be made iu the ipafious grounds adjacent to the Exposition^Building from October 14 to 19.
Afull line of Ladies^ Misses- and Children's
Isnow being openediat
Ladies'and Gent's Bathing Suits on sale^New Goods in every department oeing daily^received. You are respectfully invited to call
KOHLBERG^^, CO.^No. 5, North Main Street.
LIBERATI, THB FAMOUS OOBNETIST,^With fifty of the best musicians of N*w Xork, has been engaged at an enormoo*^expense to furnish music during the entire exposition. There has been nothing^left undon.' to make this the grandest exposition on ihe 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 exposition^and enjoy her hospitalities Hotel accommodations ample. For further iuforma^tton address NORTH PACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, PORTLAND, OR
OAS. McMillsLAN ^^ CO.,
iiiJD2S3,SH3EP PEATS', FTTRS, WOOL, TALLOW
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
eHEEPPIXTS *fc FURS A SPECIALTY.
(Ol,l'^,J * lOft Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. MXmTk
-it'-for t irculara.
CLARKE,CONRAD L CURTIf,
12and 34 Main Strert, Hcleo^, M I
WholesalehqJ B^taUI CiAstUrr t _
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildin
rou.dteei, Uume and Muie Siues. florae fcait*^KM. Natla, Mill Supplies, BlackBmith o Qcofi,^Hone. Mting Tlnner-B Stock, Poroe and Ltft Phi. | i^Oas Pipe and Fitting riip^tm
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'SUPERIOR' and Famous AC^^Cooking and Heating 3.,ovei^,
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WROUGHT IRON RANGr
CentennialRefrigeratori, loe CbeeU. Water Cooler*^Ice Cream Preezera, Wood and Wlllowware 8ten^and Queeneware, English and American' Cut J.^French and American Mlrrore. Plumbers
Suppllet.House Furnishing Oocl-
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*I6USALI 411 EETAIA $^^^ tV
CLARKECONRAD ^ OURTi t
tli nm-nts Solicit- d
MontanaPacking and Provision Go.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
CHOIClmildly cufed meats,
AllMeats of our Special Diamond R cure are packed In Montana and have on^^brand plainly borned into the skin.
FREDSTOLBA FUR CO.
178Wabash Ave., - Chicago.
racitein character, and does not till the room with ^oot^Ask your dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
OfficeMontana Central Depot. ^ SHANNON, Agl
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.
TheL*r,re*t Leading Hotel. Has the very Bes \cvom^modations in the city. Hates Reduced; $3 pe: ay snf^upwards, according to location of rooms
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
GILTS,15c uer roll; former price, 40c
25c ^ -^^ ^^
AllPaper hung at the Lowest Prices.
112and 114 B.Mjadway.
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SealGarments In N^w and Kxclunive^designn. and perfect in fit. Order* and .^mfasureo left at the Htdena Coraft and i^Kid Glove Parlors will receive prompt^and personal attention.
PAULSEN^ M CON NELL.^^V ^ a HIT ECTP
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- r ttaborc Bl ^rk. aa'.ana. Inw.
HkiKMa, Mont us'a.
AllkludM of mercoandlse and otb^tt^trelffhte. Including ores, promptly truis-^ferreii from depot.
Officeat J. Feldberir's Store and at tbt^depot. Or'ters will receive prom pi at-
WENDEL ^ STEIN'S
KoncerlyM. RKL\I6*8.^Firs Class Quality
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the eltj on short notice^mm.106 Brldjfe street, one door above^M. R^inla's.
PaulI A. Bickel,
119XJt MAIN ST.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
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attorney^uad Counselor at Law,
Willycaettrala all oosna ot rarorS la |^ Tas^r^ tiCea la Unas' Work.
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PNckard^ Field. ^CTSfASt^r^cD GAMtR, Helena Mrnt,
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Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
JLi-riiTand Ileaw Harness,
Bits,SpuM, Qnlrtfl, Whips. Laahe*. Blanket*, Sheets. LrasUrs, Slickers, Kotm Ban^Sweat t ollars, Horse boote and all other goods nsnally kept ,n a t^^latmbMM-^ness Htore. Hand made driving harness a upeclalty.
Opposite Grand Central Hotel. Main St.. Helena. M. T.
ThePioneer ol tiie O-reat West-
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Taeoide-;. Mobl BeiiaUe Lead Id s KlrEt-claai Hotel Id SJ^ Tmltor
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A.M. HOLTKR HARDWARE CO.
^HNBRAL aohhtb. H1LBIA MONTANA.
U.S. Public Sampling Co
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AdEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowestat^tie
NORTHOP TH^ OR A - J.) Q^imB fil, HOTFL
A BITTER FACTION I
Followersof an Unfrocki^Minnesota, Who are
RedLake Falls BbsbbvI: 11^the intensely bitter fartin^ai t,^the French and ih rmnn fath .^county was reached Is-' n .^adherents .if K-v.Kat'nr .\tar.-^ous priest who had ^jeen n\ . nt^and excommunicated by Arc^land, applied tbe torch to^churcb. which, with tbe cunt^lag a new organ, was entire!^That the (ire was ot '.ocesdUr^the Ore bugs nieruber. ^( tl^dock led by Father Marcil.th. i^although eacn faction charge
withthe responsibility f ^ Mil
Wh n he was driven from^Archbishop Ireland, Father^ened to burn the structure^Stated. A Secret me. ting o(^was held prior to ti e .1 -covei^and those who were tir-t i u^broke into the cburch to save i^and silver candelabra, tound ^^sene beneath tre altar, wh^sprinkled with the tl n.i. t
lowthe lead'T.hip^after he w^^ excom^depressed al t ie t^Marcu s ad^ ereota^new cbureh aud h.^^of the archbishop i^thority: The case^that of Fa- er K^Mich., who h*s ^1^ i^conducting ceri i ^^I'olea who w. re ex ^^by Bishop lli.rii
Itis astonishing ii ^ i
anddebilitattd gain sire
whentaBing Ayer's Sa
whatare called ^broken
tions, nothing else has ft
asthis powerful and perf^clje.
Therewas a 1^tery and blood]^ltnois. last su^deaths occurr*^Waiter Brotrrei^SrVJ bottles of C^Remedy durti^they never hea^When the I r^was the only n^the worst can^cured by it atte^up. Twenty-fi^Bale by II. M. I
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Thebest ^alve In the wnr!^bmli-iaa, sor ts, u'.-crs, salt rl^son s, U fv4^r, BlBWai hands,^corns, and all skin eruptions, ai^If* cores plies. ^^r -^^^ ,i. r. ,.^guaraat^t-.1 la give perfei t sa1--
Agentli'ii.au w ho tout ^utf re.11
noanceaud pain troni
badbeen treated hy tlie
withoutrelief, says that I^Card's BBwflswB cur.sl atsi^perfectly smooth without^fall. In skin diseases. Bi^A Co., wholesale and retail'^ena.
Cureror fllaa.^Itching plies are knov.-u t^y ui.^perspiration, producing a very-^able itcV.ng after mttXtrnt vra^form, as well as blind, bleni\ni^truding piles, yield at o^Uon of Or. lioeanko s PUc Knav^acts on etlj upon the parts ^^sorbins HM tumors, allayit.g 1^itching and effecting a p^ r'ni^Fifty cents. Addreas The 111^Medicliie cunpaLy, 1'iqua. (^.^S. Hale A Oa
1I ^- r^- Are Na Happy l^a]
Forthose who continue to rise at^after nights of unrest. ^BBVB I^somnla, indigestion^the..- con^triple alliance that pert etui^against man's comfort, and robn 1^and body of tranquility. Combai^for a time with H - ft. r'x .s'orua^and It will give ground a .d even^the field. The basis of reform is^fication of SafBBtlwaV for the b^nerve trouble Is simply a r- tl x ^^turbar ce of that all iiupoitatit fut^wineglass!ul before each meal ^^tn,^^*' ^tomaciiic insures in^ ile ri^and a,^ repetition of the plea-*^retirlDk,^ promot. s i,. i\.^ am! must^orating P- * 1 with^tion we uan,,l'J:_^stipation. Ii -t . g. '.i^each other, the^'^ BOilaBles are Ml^by the Hitters, whi^li ^!-'^ i^-:^trouble, rh^umal'^m, neura.g
ASTonan ^ uisco.snr^^Anoth.r wonderful dwovery h^made am! mm. ^t. |.^^, by a lady in tin^*T. Disease fattened iu clutches i^and for iw-\ ^ n ^ e;;r^wiilm^vereet tests, hut h. r i, al BCgSSMi \*^dermined an.l death ^^^^ nicd immin^^three moiith^ she I'oiighed iiiceasai^could not s!i-.-^. sir l-i'.ight ot ii^^of Dr. King's Sew Ptatsrverj fort;,^tion and was M ^ nk retti eed on tai^first doae t.'iut ^ s sleaat all BlwM ai^one bottle Ii-ma I . ni'ractiloiisly^Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.^^writes W.C. Ilamrick At o., of ^;;^C. tiet a BrsB trial bottle ntK. \^(Jo's, drug dor
'jough,aad I ci
Acker'!tn,;l.-u iarflM]^after takn.g it arc,.r.;in|t^completely curt^l. I IM^rar-orumenl Ji^T had a IMtfcMj^throat and N^ug!it a^llsh KeuiMj i |^friend, and was eal j^consider .' ^^oough.
Acker's^.agos;. pr.-;i^r^^In Helens only hv R, 9 H
KnightsTemplar Cor.clsve at^ington, D. C.^The Montana Central raiiway i^tickets for the above occasion at^of ^7^^.^ for t'. r , o trir^, lie^Washington and return. Ti kets^on sale Oct- 1, and 2. g ^-1 K r go^sages for trams r. a^:hing 1V^ .
C.W. Pitt^B. U. LiXdLlT. U
ThroughLine fcattwari]^Via the Union Pacific sn.1 '^'ton railroads. Tbrougt. Pulitnaq i^are now rr n between Ctkeyem ^ hi^^ago via l^ ^nver and Ki
Iutam's S^la warrant.^Hale a% i v..^Helen*.
Tbe.Vortoern Pacific rail road w^'xciirsion tickets fri.m Dull.
Pauland Mil^and return at^,$4M^0^. Tk^and 20, Sept.^treme lin.it^lowed within^A. D. E^Chas- is. Fi
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Tu'smedicine c%n always be^upon, not only in the milder torn^mer cr^irplaint, bnt also fo- i
dysenteryand cholera infantum,^of many peraoos. and especially^are saved by it eat hy ear. It is^safe and reliabi.^chen A Co.
Me. tW sale bj H. M.
aSara Care far flies.
in.Kirk's uerman Pile Ointment^Bored Blind, Bleeding and itching^when all other ointments have fallei^absorbs tne tuniori. allays the ttchu^once, aeuasa poultice, gives Insist^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointn.e^prepared only for piles and itchbtg ol^private parts, and nothing else. I^box is warranted. 6old By drnflpf^sjant by mall on receipt of pn^. SO i^and $1 per bos. Sold by K. ^. Hale A |