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THEDALLY IKDEFJKNDBHTt 4LEJLKNA, \TEDXESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2
THEGOLDEN ROD WINS.
POPULAR AMERICAN f LOWER
Resut of the Contest at ^^ Louis^Between the Flowers o^ the
hoglandbaa the r *e, France the lily.^Scotland the rmgm-4 thistle. Ireland^the shamrock, Switz-rlscd tte Alpine roe*-,^and^according to t.\- r salt of trie exrx^i^Hon election^America the golden roil for a^national ^ ^wer. says the Sc. Louts Kepub-^11c Tuesday was net aside as the Ameri^^can day at the exposition, and the vo'inir^on the national flower proved to 0e so in^^teresting and popular ax one o! tbe features^that the day was continued on Wednesday.^From the early morning hours of Tuesday^nd Wednesday to the closing of the doors^crowds of ladies and gentlemen putted^their way to tbe polling places to deposit^ballots on this ^i.ational^ contest From^the day that the idea was first sugg'-v.ed in^tbe Republic, and followed up wMb tbe^rlalms of ardent admirers fm favorite^bowers, the qaeeiion began to take on the^warm and interesting characteristics of p^e^litical contest- It was evident at Me start^that th^ golden rod and the suntljwrr^would run a comparatively close ra*e, and^the prophets OeHsred that the gi-iflen rod^w iuld win The p ills closxdon W'^dnes^day night, and a i^rii- force of ^^! rits. un^^der the supervision M t),rector 1'. li liiyit,^occupied a uisj ^r part of yesterday in^counting the ballots in tbe treasurer's of^^fice. Ail the espionage usually c .arsc't r |^iz ng t e d~m^craue spies who watch a |^repub.ican leiurni g board -vss pre.a^atnoug the supp ^rtws of the two trading^fl.^*t-rs, and a fair count, *ithout torg-^l^tally sheets or *'r^ peatint; tic ^ -te,^ ^as li ^^resulL There sjajva mtmtU votes cast^in all, the wl !^ n rod te.vivivg^^1^47 and the kut tl iwer coming n^ x' with^*,^43. Tbeau n^-off here r.roke fonr wiih^dealenirg apyau-e wuen it was known^that the go!den rod had r^ ^ eiv d the h'ghest^number ot voles, sod it was given in th^unanimous sty lethal prove i EMM -n- resi^of the contest was MRfclj s^ i-factor^There MM stSXy-^SM Mitral 11 w rsthat^received ballots, l^ut Iks mi) rilBMlMI SB^highest MM: it xe, 3.211; BakS*, 134:^violet, Mi; p^. ^j, ^^*J; Illy, 741; tane coss^443: pink, Sc'i; nioiiong glory, 431. I I^violets, j ink*, p^nsies. daisies and oiher^on ,lest tl rwers of beauty drew l^sl-^lots largely fr.ro ladies. The gold, u^rod won in the rac^ from m- ract^that is of general growth over this country,^and sooie rlai'i: Hi; t it n entirely hniigen-^^ ^us here sod is not found in oth. r climes,^it blie-ms f.-om Ju... to ^^ ISOSVT, ao.l at tbis^season of the ^ear the g i I m\ easels are^a-sumin^ a d^*epi-r tint, and by V ve SSSI^it will appear in all the richest glory of its^d)invdavs. TMs^sjaMeajr^ dhas a luxur^^iant growth in the nnin ry adj^ceut to St.^l.ou'x. sn1 it is n^^ d: *tine.i in tvcuaie a^very tasjksotiable tl ^w. r for hiuionnierts,^bouquets and other deeorations.
Cholerala Ml^ niaan.
Dr.F. D. Larke. of Rogers City. Mich.,^says tbe epidemic of last year In Presque^Isle county, in which so many persons lost^their lives, was choleric dysentery instead^of ebolera as first reported. He used^Chamberlain's Colic,Cholera and Diuruoea^Remedy and says it succeeded, where all^other remedies failed. Not a single case^was lost in which it was used. This^remedy Is tbe most reliable and most suc^^cessful medicine known for colic, cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea and bloody^flux. 2S and SO cent nettles for sale by H.^M. Parchen A ^
OnOctober 1st, 2nd and Srd tbe Union^Pacific will sell excursion trips to Wash^ingtrm. U. C , at the rate of *7^.^ for tbe^round trip trom Helena, Montana. These^tickets will he good to reach Washington^as late as Oct. 8th and good returning un^^til Nov. 24^h. .^top-overs will be allowed^at any point west of tbe Missouri river, re^^turning within final limit. All tickets Is^^sued by the Union Pacific will be made^g.iod to return via either the Northern^Pacific or the Manitoba rati ways if so de-^s red.
Itis astonishing huw rap.aly the teehle^and debilitated gain strengt.: and vigor^wbej taking Aier's Sargatarilla. For^what are called ^broken-down constitu^^tions,^ nothing else has proved so tflVctlve^as tbis powerful and perfectly safe medi^^cine.
Therewas a lerritiie epidemic of dysen^^tery and bloody dux in Pope county, Il^^linois, last summer. As many as five^deaths occurred in one day. Messrs.^Walter Brothers, of Waltersburg, sold over^SHU bottles of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea^Remedy ituring this epidemic, and say^they never beard of its f silmg in any case^when the din-ctinns were followed. It^was tbe only medicine used that aid cure^tbe worst canes. Many persons were^cured by It after the doctors had given them^np. Twenty-rive and 60 cent bottles fur^sale by U. M. Pan den A Co.
HocMiebn aruica sajve.
Inebest salve In the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulc. rs, sa^t rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblain.-.^eoniE, and all skin ^ ruptions, and iosttive-^ly cures piiea. or no pay required. I^guaranteed fes give perfect satisfac'lon,^nonet refunded, i'tcents p^^r box.
F-jtiVi,K S. l'^'^+rf..
ThaValae of Hot Water.
'Thesoothing eff-cts of hot water are^aotfuiiy apprec'ated,^ said a physician the^other day. ^1 recommend :t to many of^my patients who suffer from insomnia,^produced by nervous irritation of the stom^^ach, and also for certain forms of indiges -^Uon. 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 the e'egant Pullman sleepers on ^The^bnrlingtonV Vestibuled trains between^I SM and Bt^ Paul and Minneapolis, are^supplies] witii hot water trom the engine,^by a very ingenious device. Do not im^^agine, however, that this line keeps its pat^^rons in hot warer. On the contrary, no^p^ins are r.pared to give travelers the very-^best MMMMSMaMM and the most court^MM t-eatni. r;t. It is the great line to all^points oast, south and north. For tickets,^ran s, and any information, apply to local^ticket agent, or address W. J. C Kenyon,^n. Pass. Agent. C. li. A N K. R. St,^I*auL Minn.
Helena,Montana, ri b. iS, r^*3.
/hereby certify that a can of^^oaeer Iiakin^ Ptm rter, analyzed by^me thi* SaXTi aaaaaaaSS SS^ chrntlcally^pure Cream Tartar and Unt Soda,^and contains no other Ingredients of^any kind.
A.W. BASD,^Ansayer and Chemist.^S. tckilllii a Cs., Stsisticlartrt. t.r.,Csl.
AWoman'sFace Is Her PMk.
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bank
Pa:o-UpOapital^Snrpiaa and Profits
T.H. KLKTN8CBMIDTAss't Cashier
Sbo.H. Bill...... .Second Aast Cashier
stcABjoop DinoTom.^S. T. Manser,Joan C. Cartln
A.M. Hclter.p.. 8. Hamilton^Granville Stuart, C. P. Hiftzina.
B.W. Xclirht, A. J. Iiiivia,^T. H. KletaectUDlJt, Henry M. Parcbeu.
T.C. Power.^Greinerai BAJvJKIKG BuaineM
*raasatted vinterest raid oa ttms d*vmt^t
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Knigh*Templar's Conclave at Was^i^gton.
Kortn^ above occasion the Northern^:' .L..-iC raiiroad will make a rate ot $74.65^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Tkets on sale Oc*. 1st and 2d onlj ; going^passage limited to Oct. 8tb; extreme limit,^Nov. 24th. Stop-overs will be allowed.^:} . r-turn trip west of St Paul within^limit of ticket.
Chas.^ Kee. O. P. * T. A, St Paul.
A.I^. fc^ioAK. le-D. Airent, Helena.
nsswl'l Parmanantty Rirrcvt
.oths, Plaipl^s and FrscklSF, pro-^^laclnf an Entrancinaiy Baautlful Complexion^tbat shames the use of powders and cr^ imp^Warrantea perfwtlv harmless. Hold by all lead^lne droeirlsts at tl.OO par box of W asfsrs.
DR.SIMMS' flaFE PE4IOOICAI. WAFERS^an- paae and rrilmla for all female trra. li'arttw^HMSS SU.OO per box. Scot t^y mall (secure) oa^rwelpt of price. Warranted to contain do^'^Tansy^ or ^'PennynTal.'
*MUMLEBa CO s3 CKllflnt St., New VorS
H.M. Parchen a Co , Sole A.^ot^. uelena.
TheCelebrated French Cure,
Paidn Capitit' - |3^^0,0tX)^B^ipl*M 1^: Profit* - 75,000
LH. HERSHFItLD, Pres'L^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't.^A 4RON HERShFIELP. Cash''.
Itchingplies are Known Dy moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able Itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding ril^ yle!^l at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Uneanko's Pile Remedy, which^acts directly upon the parts affected, ab-^^orb ng the tMXM, allaying tbe Intense^lt'^hing and erferting a permanent cure,^rents. Address The Dr. Bosauk.^lne e^mpany. Piqua. O. Sold by K.^A, iiale ^ Co.
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, D. C.^The Union Pacinc Railway company
willsell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, IX C, and return, for tbe^above meeting, at the rate of $7ti.^V5 lor tlie^und trip. Ti.-t.ets will be on sale from^'October 1 to 4. inclnsive, good going until^October H; good returning in trunk line^rritory until October 1H; final limit. So-
Agentleman who had suffered great an^nov acre and pain from barber's itch, and^had been treated by the best physicians^without relict, says that two bottles of i^u^tard's HBajMaf. curtsl him and left his face^perfectly smix th without a scar. It never^fails in skin diseases. Sold by R. S. Hale^A Co., wholesale and retail agents, Hel^^ena
Throughto Chicago Without Change^of Cars.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad, In con^section with the Wisconsin Central line, is^now running Pullman vestibule slerp ng^cars and free colonist s.eeping cars between^Montana points and Chicag'i, without^chauge. Dining cars are alM, run on all^through trains. Kor rates, tlck.-ts and^other information concerning the only^through car lin^ apply to tbe Northern^Pacihc ofbee, comer Main and Grand sts.^Helena.A. I) tlx. \u,
HarvestExcursion Rates trom Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.^The Union Pacific railway company will^sell harvi-st excursion tickets from Council^Mufja. Omsha, St- Joseph, I.eav. n*:.rt^and BSSSSBM OaXJ to M. n ana po^following dates at one fare for MB mm^trip. *4XiSii Aug. ^^ and 'Jo. Sept. !^ s id .^and Oct- a; xtrenie limit thirty days fro^date of sale; stop-over pnv^ ^- i .w^returning.A. K Vmazie,
Anotharwonderful discovery has been^made and that, too, by a lady in this coun^ty. Disease fastened its clu'ehes upon her^and f'^r seven years she withstood its se^^vere* t tests, but her vi'al organs were un^dern ined and death s- ^ ui.-d iuimment. For^three months she coughed incessantly and^could not sleep. She mvsjm of us a bottl^of Dr. King's New Diseotwrj ti i Omm^tion and was .so much relieved m taking the^first dose that she slept all night and with^one bottle has been miraculously cured^Her name Is Mrs. Lu^her Uutz.^ Thus^writes W. C. Hamrick A Co., of m;e!by. N.^C. Oet a tree trial bottle at K S. Hale A^Co's. drug store
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wash^^ington, D. C.^T'.ie Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of 87* no for the round tnp. Helena to^Washington and return. Tickets wili be^on rale Oct- 1, and 2. g.^xl for going pa^^sages fur trains MMkuM Washington Oct.^^; extreme limit for return Nov. 2i. Stop^overs will b^ alb^wed on return trip west^^if St Paul w-^: in the limit of ticket.
C.W. Pitt*. Cny Ticket Agent^li. H. la.Mii.cr. (^-neraI Ticket Agent-
Viathe Union Pacific and Chicago A Al^^ton railroads. Through Pullman sleepers^are now mn between Cheyenne and Chi^^cago vis Denver and Kansas City.
A.E. Vkazik.^Pass. Agent
Marl!Wine.^We desire to say to our citizens, 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 Electric Bitters, and have never^handled remedies that sell as well, or tbat^have given such universal satisfaction.^We do not hesitate to guarantee them^every time, and we stand ready to refund^tbe purehaae price, if satisfactory results^ilo not ii^^w their use. Thes*^ renietltee^have won their great popularity purely on^their merits. R. .s. Hale A Co..
Coughi and tJooa-h 11 and Goofh 111
Whatin tbe world is tbe reaeon you will^^o igh and keep coughing and still keep^'rymg inferior medicines when Beggs'^fherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve^your cough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^iraarantee It Kor sale by all druggists^R. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^vrents.
A- .1 Investment.
Isone which is guaranteed to bring you^satisfactory results, or in case of failure a^return of purchase price. On this safe plan
youcan buy from our advertised druggist^a bottle of Dr. King's New discovery for^Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring^reiiet m every case, when used for anv ^^fection of Throat, i.ungs or Chest, sucu as^Consumption. Inflammation of Lungs,^Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup.etc, etc^It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per^^fectly safe and can always be depended^up-m. Trial bottles free at R. S. Hale a^Co'a drug store.
liXLKKA,Oct 7, 1887.^suffering tiom an unusually bad
-ough,my lungs were aore and congested,^and 1 cc iisulted one of the best physicians^in Helena, wliose prest-riptions failed to^re eve u e. 1 became alarmed, and at the^suggi stioa of a friend purchased a bottle cf^Acker's English Remedy for coughs, and^taking it according to directions was^:.^inpletely cured. 1 therefore cheerfully^^^eronireerd it.Jacob Switzkr.
1had a racking cough and inflamed^I tiroes and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng-^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^BrkMSV and was entirely enred by It I^- nsidec It a never failing remedy for a
/cker's English preparations are for sale
. only bv ft S. Hale A On.
ThereAre No Happy Days
Korthose who continue to rise unrefreshtd^after nights of unrest Nervousness, in^soninla, indigestion^these constitute a^triple alliance that perpetually wars^against man's comfort and robs both brain^and body of tranquility. Combat tbe trio^for a time with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters^and it will give ground and eventually by^tie n, d. The basis of reform is the rati^^fication of digestion, tor the brain and^nerve trouble is simply a red- x of the dis^^turbance of tbat all-Important function. A^w.neglassful before each meal of the na^^tional MMst insures facile digestion,^and a repetition of the pleasant dose before^renrLg promotes nerve and muscle invig^^orating sltep. Associated with indiges^^tion we usually find biliousness and con^^stipation. But together or independent of^each other, these maladies are subjugated^by the Bitters, which also remedies kidney^trouble, rheumatism, neuralgia and^malaria.
Forchapr ^i hands, roi gbnes* of tbe^k'n. pimples or blotches of any kind on^the face or other perts or rhe bcdy.tpply^Dotard's Specific. It works like masic and^is warranted by druggists Sold by R. S.^Hale A Co. wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
W.D. Suit, druggist Bippus. Ind.. testi^^fies: ^1 can recommend electric bitters as^lie very best remedy. Every bottle sold^as given relief in every case. One man^took six bottles, and was cured of rheuma-^ism of ton years' standing.^ Abraham^Mare, druggist, Bellville. Obio, affirms:^Tbe best selling medicine i have ever^irdled in my twenty years' experience, is^eetric bitters ^ Thousands of others have^added their testimony, so tbat tbe verdict^is unanimous that electric bitters do cure^ail diseases of the. liver, kidneys or blood,^only a half dollar a bottle at ft S. Hale a^Ca's drugstore.
IsSold on ^^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE^to c ii re a n y^form of uervo'iii^disease, ot at.,^disonler of the^ssueratira or-^Kaos of eltl.ei^sex whetnet ar-^Ms*] from tlie AFTER^eii ^-i .e u.-jof Stimalanta, Tobacvo or unlnra.^^rthrough youthful Indiseretiou, orsr iiidulg-^eu. c. A.-., such as Ixneot Braiu Power, Wakelul-^May-llSllaj ^^^^ Palnsla the Back. Seminal I^J^ ^^ ne.s. H, steria. Nervous Pr.sttratu.il Sorturn-^al tmiwions Ieueorrhoea, Dizziness. Weak Mem-^on. I .... ... Power and Imnoteiirr. which If ne-
rleetr.1n'tna . ^ i to prematiirenlwaKeaii l inssn^Tty Price 11.00 a box. ^ boxas for teV slot ^t^mall nn rsM piT^r*^f pricta.
A\\ IlITTKN tit* ARANTKE forerervS5.0S I^order, to ref.iiMl lbs mi.iicr If a I'ermaneiit^cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials^from ol.iand ^oun^. of hotn sexes, permanently^cured jr*PH^nmrnit. Circular free A'Mreai^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Soldby r. 8. Hale * Co., wholesale and^dn^i^^. kois aic^r^ts for Helena Modi
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nHew a Allowed on Deposits^Left for a Specified Time.
WEARE SOLE AGENTS
FINEST RESIDENCE PROPERTY !
INOR NEAR HELENA.
HOTELand SEYMER PARKS, and^WALLACE'S SUBDIVISION
Andhave the Inside on ALL of the West Side^Residence ProDerty. If you want a lot or a^block, or a dozen lots, or a dozen blocks,
wecan Accommodate you.
Wehave piped the ames, brooke, brad^^ford and bellevtje additions for water, and^are now 3-rading hauser boulevard, which^Will be the Finest Drive in the City, and the^Shortest Road to the hotel broadwater.
.Helena. M. ntana. Bas'n^ee renter of the city. First^the above boaa*reeuaranu In cl^ se -..rvxlmlty at 5 j rteea. K
alts$1 V) p^r rtsy aecordinr to locattoa American Plan to^as. No dlsrepntabie oeoole allowed.B. O. LJENO
SxchsngeSold on the Prlnd^pal Otiea of Europe.
WaterWhite CoaF Oil
At25c a Gallon,
ForSale by the Following^Dealers:
H.H. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
L.9. Phjxps, Vic*-Pres. and Act. Cash'r
8.K. AtkinsonAasiatsuit Cashier
A.G. Clark*- Hkrma.n Sans,^H. y. Sal en, Pxtkh Labson,^C. W. Cannon, B. C. Wallacb.^8. C Ashbt D. A. Cobi.
Uoldand su-rsi$1 m
(silver(old and lead.. 2 00
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.5 0^. 1
PaidUp Capital, -^Surplus ana Profits
Room10, Third Floor, Aehbj Blor*.
PO. Box 736, Uslsaa, M. T.
Publichulldln fm. rharches sad dwelUna bonaat^d^oraied in the latest style.
references:Hon. W. A. Clark and Mr. V j.^Talhott. Rutte: Hon Sam Word, Mrs. 8. T.^Hanser, Br. t. K. Wallace, Mr. John C. Panlsea,^Helena.
Scratchwork scd Bahoeasr] Urasrcentstloc^at^o.*^ i s^eclalti.
Ilareet % I lowed oa r lane Or po.lta.
K.D. KDSKBTON^ T Pbksidknt^C. K.C0LB. : : Vicb-Presidknt^^iK^^kitK B. CHILD, : Cashiib^J0K N. KKXCK. : Assistant Casbibb
(SqccBor to Bel^n^ cn^^^ria.Aiu to.)
Ufllcwtvad are room 1 _^.^phone :t$. Open Omr ^na t^M,
aooiporMwi Under ;ae u_w^ of Vontaa*.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOi. CRU KPresident
T.H. CAKT-.rtVloe President
AMiworyofOur Maroee, Our Stateaman, Oh^Scholars, Our Man of Note In Every SlaM
t'h OdJt Nitionai Standard.
A.pleton s Crclopcd.1 ot Accencun B;,^rrs^phy' contains s Mi-arraphlcal ik^U.L 01 ererr par^sonemlnen. In American clTtl and mllltar^ l.tsto^ry. In law and politics. In divinity, Uteratnre anc^art. In science %z4 In lnernU-.n Indodlng dlstlo^existed persrht txirn abroad that are ret Med t,^o^ national history, and emhracaa all the conn^tries of North and Soath America It Is a com^^plete history of the New World to erary branci^of hcznan acfalevemenL
TheN'.irtnern Pacinc railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, St.^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena ar.d Bntte^and return at one (are for the round trip^(I48.MIi. Tickets will rv n ld on Aus. ^i^and 80. Sept. 10 and 34. and Oct. H. Kx-^Uesse limit tr.irty days, stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.D. Kim*ar. lien'; Art., Helena.
(Tba.8.S. Kk^. ^r^n l. P * T. A. ^tPaal.
ATnantWrlalB'sto lie. cholera and Dlar-^rhosa Remedy.
Thisnurdirice can always he depended^upon, not only in the milder forms of sum-^^asjr eomplati.r. t^ot also for mait^nant^dysentery and cholera infantum. The lives^of many prrsous. and especially children,^are saved oy li eacn year, it la pleasant,^safe and reliable. For saie by H. M.^chen a Co.
ASore Can for fllea.
Ur.Kirk t Irene an Pile Ointment has^eared BllnC. Bleeding and Itching Piles^when al! other ointments have failed, it^absorbs the rumors, allays the ttcnlnx at^once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment Is^prepared oiuy for piles and Itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box Is warranted. Sold by druggists or^^ant by mall on receipt of priee. so cents^cod $1 per box. Sold by li. 8. Hale A Oo.,
TheM.vsitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways wiii sell excursion tickets from St.^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena at S4R.90,^^^n fare, for the r und trip, on the follow-^In* awes: Aug. Mh and 30th. Sept. 10th^and 24th. Oct. nth. Good thirty days.^Stopover (rivtlefie* will ru^ allowed within
Theuse of calomel for derangements of^the liver has ruined many a fine constitu^^tion. Those who. for similar troubles,^have tried Ayer's Pills testify to their^efficiency in thoroughly remedying the^malady, without Injury to the system.
Tbemar.y remarkable cures Hood's Sar-^sapartila accomr:^^bea Is sufficient proof^tbat it does) post*** peculiar curative^powers.
Theannaal roeetlrg of the stockholders of the^Boorhoa Mining r.-n; ;-any will be held at the of^^fice of tbe company, room J. Put*horg ^.;., k, Uel^era, Montana, on Tuesday, Oct. 1st, ls^, at 1^o'clock p. m.
Th*annaal meetlne . f tha stockholders of lbs^Helena Ntntnff at Had .cuon comptny will be^held at the parlors of the First Nafbnal hank,^Be.^na Bontana, oa Tueaday, October 1st, i^s,^at it JO p. m.
Theannoal treetlrg of th. storkbolders of the^Jay 0awM Mlz.lng company will he held at tTe of^^fice of tbe c^ mj a^y In HeUna. Montana, oo Wed^^nesday, October ina, at i:^0 p. m .
Allows^ per cent. Interest on Saving*^Lrpposlts. compounded January and July.
$3,300buys a ledge of hematite Iron,^fluxing, lime stone and water right,^firee-quarters of a mile from railroad.
18.500buys 440 acres of fenced land, and^all appurtenances for sheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best range in Montana, twenty-^five by sixteen miles in extent. Also.if^wanted, 3,500 head of sheep at $2.50^wlli go with the range. Wood, water.^grr^-- and shelter plentiful.
f1.100 buys an undivided four-sixths In^^terest in 320 acres of coal land by a^railroad near Butte, containing three^distinct veins of good coal, respect^^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet In thick^^ness.
Also,fine building propositions In the
businesscenter of Butte.^For sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS ^ CO.,
realbstatb a mining BBOKBB8,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M T.
Rememberwe are Headquarters for West Side Prop^^erty, and call on or address
R.S. HALE^ CO.
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Uoods.Lantern Lamps and Lamp Qoods, (Malt^;'alnte. ous, etc. Snridcal Instruments, Crntchu^B.-aces, ate. Wholaaale agents for Cnro ft^Coughs and Colds, Kirk s Pile Ointment, Wltchc^^g .'.KHllnm, Boaanko Medicines, Dr. Burners^Keraedv, DandeUon Tonic. Oregon Kid Te^Duiardi Spadflc
DHS.I.IK HI O ^, CO.
Permanentlyho- ated at Southeast Cor^n^r of Broadway and Main streets,^Butte City. Private Entrance^No. 8 Ra^t Broadway.
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Agnaranteed rare for sU nervous^diss ass, snch as WKaK MBM^ORT, LOSS OFBBAJ.N PO^ BP^Hiatal la, Beadach, 1'AIN IN^THE BACK, RBBVOUS rROtt-^TKATION, WAKBFl'LNKoH^. LBL( OKHUOIA^BeforeTaUraj I'MVSHSA L^LAsMI I 1^K,SEMINAL WEAK-^NBB8. lmpotrncv and general^loss of power of the Generative^Organs, In either sex, c*osed hv ^f*.^lndtacretion or overexertion, and^which oltimatelr leac to PKjs^MATCBB OLD AUB. 1M^A^TY and CONBCMPTION $1 a^box or atx hexes for $5. Sent by^mall on receipt of pries. Pull particular^ la^pamphlet, sent free to every applicant,
WECEIKINTBB MIX BOXK*^to cure any case For every fs ordsr rerelnett, we^send six Sr xea, with a written *-uarantee to re^^fund the money If our Spectre does not effect s^cure.
Addressall commnnlcaiions to the Sole Man a^tacturers, TUB MURRAY MBDICINB CO-^Kansas City, Mo^For sale In Helena by b. M. Fimcbmm A Oo.
Sawedand Split Wood,
313Sixth Ave , Corner Ewing, at old Government Corral.
WoodSawing 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.
203North Main Strkkt, HELENA, MONT
Csiiasasrsta V. H. Oeairba.)
Roughand Finishing Lumber
TJ.8. LaasOpvica, i^Vaxasa, Mont. Sept is, IMS. ,^Complaint having been entersd ^t this otBce r^y^Robert A. Day against Viola V. Boyt and belrs^for abandonlas her homeetead entry. No. Shth,^dated May at,lr*JR, onon Ibe sw^^ section 36, town-^ship 10 n, ranee 4 w, in Lewis and Clarke county,^^intana with a view to the cancellation of saitl^. entry, tbe parties sre berehy summoned to appear^J at this office on the jnih day of October, 1*^. al 10^o'clock a m., to respond and furnish testimony^concerning said alleged abandonment
8.W. LANoBOKNK,^A. B. NBLPON, Register
Attorneyfor contestant^First pnbllostlon bept Mj.
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Ordersby Mall will receive Prompt Attention. Coma^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
NEXTDOOR TO POSTOFFICB. 9^Stationery, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and^a General Assortment of lSIotions,
Banon Both American and^Sample Booms for Cotomercifel lien.
FormerlySPABEY'S HOTEL^Kur ipean Plmna.
THENEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE
JamesTwiford, of speuil impost ince
ANvracTUBBicur^Wag'on Sheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Tw-ntydtfSarent styles ot wtwdow Avsian^and the lateet tmprovad Oxturea for hanirtag.
Caavaaof all kinds and width, trom 20 Irene,^wide so 1*0 tachae wtda always In atocL
Thalitis! taprovsd Caaap (sooda^SAIM STHtST. MMfcanaS
KedJoaland Surgical Institute^Kansas City, Mo., fan'FraDclsco, CaL, sad Butte^City, Montana^Dr. I leblcj * (^o. are reeular irraduataa In^medicine and eurrery and spe tal practitioners^authorised by the states of Missouri, California^and Mortana, to treat all chrorl-, nervon* and^private dlsesaee (whether caused by imprudence,^exceea or c ntsgion), seminal aaakne^s (nbrbi^loareeI, sexual deblUiy (loss of sezna power),^Bervo s ceaillty (io s f nerve force), dleeasos ^ f^the blood (ay ptuils, ironorrbwa, gleet and stric^^ture cored. Curable caeee , uarsn eed or money^refunded i hart--e low. Thoasacds of case*^cored. A11 medjdnee are asj eclally prepared for^each Individual case, at Laboratory. ^o Inju^nous or poleonvjns compounds used.
Notime ioat fro ^ boalaeas P^Ueata at a dis^^tance treated by letter and exprass. Medicine^sent ever^wb^re free from eaxe or breakage, i
Indiseases of tbe blood. Drain, heart and nrr^vous system, as well as liver, Sidney and gravel^complaints, rheumatism, paralyaU and all other^ehr- diseases
W..for Illustrated papers on Deformities^Cluh feet, Curvature of the spins, Piles, Tumors^Cancer, Catarrh, Broncnltla Inhalation. Klac^trtdty, Magneal.m, Paralysis, BpUspsv. Kldnsy^Bladder, Bye, Bar, skin and Wood, and el^burelcal Uperadoaa.^Dbeases of women s specialty. Book on dt*
GrandExhibition of |\|FW GOODS In High Novelties!
Theonly rellanle Medical and Surreal fe^- ^kSac a specialty of private diseases
-.11Blood Disssssi successfully treated, byph^tlitls Pclaon removed from the system with can
CornerBroadway ana ^V smtcb ^*r^^a.
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D.MELIM.UtY ^ CO.,
Kxcinatw Jobbers ta
Oranges,Lemons ^ Apples.
FOREIGN!AKD D0ME8TI0^Dried Fruits and Nuts, Cigars^and Tobacco.
yewiyrittee and Rawly rVrclacad tSTO*a%W^LaxJasaad Qisii BsSJii. Earbav Shcp, Bar ss^Bfltard BaU. wttb all Mndsra lapausasnaii'
BUSRTJNB TO AMD FROM ALL TRAIMS
Noticefor Pubiicat oc
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saassdesroar aaa assa asistis at kts^^oaks daal proof la rapport of his^saW proof will tay sssde before the reetster and^reoatvar at Ueeeaa, Moat. oa Ocsofcar la, MBM,^Tlx IU w McN-^.bestead entry So
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Henames the following witnesses to prove bis^eaataaaoas saaaSaaos apon aad colli lalkaa of said^land, sta: R- hen g. Prlca, WUUass A. Rasass*.^Juntos Q Sanders, of Be ana. Moat : Mdwia BL^Calvar, of JeSaraoa ctty. Moat.
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MineralClaimants ia Montana.
HklbnaMont., Sept. 1,188*.
Certainvery recent rnllnjrs of the^General Land office at Washington apon^the requirement* as to proof in Mineral^Kntriee mde by corporations or indi^^vidual*, make it extremely probable that^the majority of sncn entries, for which^application* for patent are now pend^^ing. WILL BK SUSPENDED FOR 8CP-^PLKMKNAL EVIDENCE.
Itis certainly a wise precaution to an-^ticipat' a probable hindrance to the issu^^ance of a patent by a careful reexami^^nation of the proofs furnished, in order^that such evidence, if found wanting^mar be it 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. NELSON.^Land and Mining Attorney
Room8, Atlas Building.
mercury.Mew KeatoraUve treatment for lose o^Vital Power Persons unable to visit us may b^^treated at home by correspoadenee. All conxxao^ntcmttoaa confidential. SlecHrlnew or lailisisak^seat by mall or nap i see ^senreti par Sad, oat^personal Interview preferred. Can and cowaail^as, or sand liavnnj of your ceee and we will aanr^In plain wrapper oor Book free, explaining why^thnneanns cannot be cured of Prfrata, I | a lal^and Nervosa Dteeeaee, Seminal Weakness, Spar^matorrtora. Impotaocy, Syrtllla Gonorrhota,^(ileal, Varlcocle. ate., etc.
DrLAeblg A Co, are tbe only qorllfled or ra^^sponsible specialists left In Montana, sines the^new medical law.
OH),e boors from t to S and T to - p; m or by^appointment In obscure and argent cases^CORpCLTA iosYrbb
NewtonBros are agents for asie ~f Or Li-blf's^Invl^orator la Butte city. Montana.
FALLOPENING^Pattern -:- Hats
OurAutumn trade has opened in a blaze of Glory. New G-oods in Charming Effects re^^ceived to-day. and, like a meteor flash, is gone to-day. The United States language, although^well qualified to describe, falls deplorably short of doing justice to the Beauty, Variety and^Giant collection of our Fall and Winter Stock of Merchandise. The problem of Fall Dress^need no longer be perplexing to the Ladies ot Montana. The New York Dry Goods Store,^recognizing no competition, has placed on its counters more N ew Sty 1 is and designs than^the combined dry goods houses of Helena. Any Lady can get a monopoly on any combina^^tion suit she purchases from us, as we are the sole possessors of these Lovely Fabrics. Noth^^ing common by a profusion of some patterns as in other houses.
COMBINATIONSUITS-Hand Embroidered.^COMBINATION SUITS~Cut Velvet Tr^ming.^COMBINATION SUITS-Seal Skin Trimming.^COMBINATION SUITS-Handkerchief Pattern.^COMBINATION SUTTS-Highland Plaids.^COMBINATION SUITS-Storm Cloth Trimming.^COMBINATION SUITS-In Opera Shades.^COMBINATION SUITS-Broche Trimming.
lNiewDress Goods m the most stylish.nort-lties of the Eastern Market ^^ - - - ^. ^ .
iplin.r...rfnrir.r.u , t ^ i . ^ ^^ 1.1 * i, ' m*rKet Costly Fabrics from the French and German capitals^opeciai importations of novel effectf, uxutable for Directory and Empire Dresses.
autnmncolors, fold in prices that bring them within reach of all
WestEngland Broadcloths in the most popular
TUESDAY^ WEDNESDAY^Sept Hand 18.
8North Main Str, Helena, M. T.
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Miawiu be rscaivsd until Satardar.^Octob-r i. lass, ny tals rnasnaaij (or kaaMac assa^flow the aunee te tha ass sxassp aUU at tba eoss-^naav (watch rasaei mm tkwjtsrht to reject any ss nil
BLACKDRESS GOODS, SECOND MOURNING GOODS
Inthe Latest and Most Popular Weaves. Empress Cloth. Jacquarde, English Serge, Sicilian Twills, Brillianfinea, Alpacas, Bom^bazine, Henriettas, Crepe Ma Rette, Second Mourning in English Debege, Shepherds' Plaids, Black and White Striped and Came^Hair Cloths, Silk Warp Henriettas in all grades, includiig the Finest Woven.
CHOICECARPETING. LACE CURTAINS, RICH DRAPERIES
Ingreat Variety of Desigcs, Color and Fabric. Choice Oriental and Domestic Rugs. Lai^e Art Square Velvet Rugs, of Swiss^Scene Patterns Our Carpet Depaitment Merits your Especial Attention, being Replete in Every Quality and Styles.
NEWBLOUSE WAISTS, NEW JERSEYS.
WeExhibit to-morrow an entire New Line of Blouse Waists in Very Stylish Colors, Suitable for Fall and Winter wear. They^comprise Every Price and Quality, and are Decidedly Genteel for House or Street Wear. Jerseys in all Colors and all Prices.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Outof Town Orders Promptlv Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena