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*t-HJBDAJJLY INDEPENDENT: 1IEUENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2 ISte*.
THEDAI OF DAYS.
Helen.Undergoes the Trial of the^Australian System of Voting^With No Result Known.
OVa H Worked in ^^^ Preoncts^Throughout the Cit^-Scene^^ard incident*.
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Th-Au.-raI.aD eytem of votine H*M^tri.4 It* merits or dViuTits will be beard^^f * time. It 'he trial ^u ratis/a^ry ta^Mortana will be Uet-rminfd by the neat^Ifgnlature. Prt.pl*- **^^ a I M* afra.l^It in Helena, but attr-r fcvttit* at* har,*^the Uiln^ were sur ri^d that it *^- ^^* as^caml^r^.Ui- as .rua^in^. Xn prec tie.*^wh.re the )ud^. ur.derstor.rl their uu*i-^nMIo hitch ^^s c.'r.nicled. but w^eiv^U,r, did not BM* r-.t^nd the law acme i.th^culty was at tint eip. riecced. but j.rac^tice g*v th. m confidence, and as the day^^r.w .,n it was as easy as falling off a lo^^tomet hoin^ ly simile.
Therewere t. urteen pre^-i: ts. two for^each ward, ttm t' Ur precinc in the I ir^^a*u Sinn wards p^.llmK the b^^Jl^j ^Mt^The manner ..! vo-.ng ha* bevn C- .^.'^!^out will oear reneiitioo. A ^ ^^^^^ way^l^ bxe,i t..r the ekctors who are a'l.wr 1 tr^- until the stalls are ^ ^-^
ro^ui is r
enterone t^^ ' ne until me sians ait- tiled^an-1 then IBKreas Is closed until the v^have tilled ^.l and deposited their bal ota^When a voter enters the polimir piac- to^bivvb hi* naiur- ami it fi.ua.l to he. corn ctl;^resist, r.d tif it handed a bailot stamp.-,^^^ofhciel ballot.^ !U then retires to a ita,^ana -uarks an X opposite the name to^Scfj he wants to vot.-. He retun J .^tbe jidties sit with the b-iilot *^mat n .thin* out McW t^^ ot
Theoailot is placed in a box and^, niade for th^ n xt voter,^Tl.e 0. ^t vj'e.1 id Hi .'eua ^Mlfinr.8J^uiece uf paper 6^4 men s and contained.^V5 names with ^Kor the crmstitutior. and^-^la-ainsl the constitution.^ n^-c^ ssito.iil^g^sviiuark- 'I he ticket was put in ci. ubb^columns in a single ntaM the ticket^srould bare been four feet lonrf.
Inthe uisj ^my ^.f the pi. aucfJ the polls^did not oj-et promptly at ^ r.'clork an 1^some precincts aoiueot the jula:. s dm^show up and other judges hau to be ele.^In tbe eiinth precinct Jatfja Joi-eph OiVl*^and pnotocrapher Ball constitu i-^l ^ re-^publican fwataa and they proc^d.d^elect tbeir judst-a. K 0. Kusseil and a Mr^(iias^. IM J'idKc then skipped aroun^and orifau:/-d several other precincts no
den.^ ra^^.!.^^ up. In the etffhth pre
cini'ithe judges appointed Michael Me)en^doiU a special ottner. Some demix-rai^cauie in about this time and protested^against Mr. Me) eudoi IT occupying that p^^35m. I^unc McI^ona!d, a deputy sheri^came in about this titue and was appean^to to remove Mr Meyendorfl but instead
ofao doing be pulled off bis badge an^pinned it on Mr. Meyemloitl. who too^p.-session of the gate. ^h-ntl Ji flVris w^nit..ruied and degraded Mr. Meyeudortf to^th- ranks
Inthe Kirst ward. Judge Davis was on^hand a* usual, and hf and SiecretaT) Kitia-^le) ordered the ( flicers to t^ move tile dem-^cratic challengers. A protest was made^by ilem^s^ra:s and tt.e chalh ngers were^peru.ittid to rtmaiu until a dtcieo-. by^County Attorni-y Balllet c ^uld be had. and^he oecided t! at the democratic chaliei.gera^utiJ^r the law bad a- much right to remain^as v.e n pubhean challengers. ^c*tt-red^aiound at .ver) poil were deputy United^S ates wnktU, but they did not inleriere^with any one voting, except in one tn-^^tmiv, and that was m the case ot Major^Magionis, who waa stopped tfj^a deputy I uited Mates uiar-hal^narued in l. ^uo told him he coj d^not vfe. The uaj .r \ery piou.p'ly^caugtit the fellow by the nape ..f the neck^and thtr * h.tu over the railings, walked In^a..d dep-ite.l his ballot. One ot the julges^...^l.-t .. ilie arrest i.f the marshal whi^b^was doiie. lie was takeu before a magis-^tr ite aud the maj..r luagnauimously re-^f '..sed to | Kisecute it Hall would pn ihl^e^n ^t toil-- any mote bulldozing tatica^which he pr. UMi to d. , and pto*^ahl) did^as no ol^-was heard to complain ot atter-^w trds. Hal- said he was u.struc'ed l ^ nu^p. dean.' it | .ssib.e'.o 1 r^ \ u' Uemor:,is^from casting their votes.
Inthe second precinct several cans of i;^It gal voting amo.ig republicans were^Checked by the democratic t hulle' ger.^The methinl repttrted was to attem;-t to^vote under n.tint s win h I.ai uiready i^-en^v..t. d In several instances Illegal voting^was effected by nu n misw. unit to n tnea^of voters, who it w4 kuowu, bad not yet^voted. C'harie) lirown, an old timer, w..*^a victim if this system of voiiug, out^whether it w ^s intentional or that a mitn of^similar name r s.ur g in another pn ,l.^made a mis'ake as io nts voting place is^not known. )el the fact that I'm rley^Hr ^wn, an ^. i rtine r. s deul ot He ^ na.^whom everyIssij kiiows. was ois rau^chised. He was engngetl ^ driving e con^^veyance to a.ij from the p ula^and when he appeared to cast^his ball-it, though well khan^by the judges, I.is vole was not accep rd^He was to.d that Ins vo'e had alieati) MM^cast. Mr. lir.'wn enttred a vigorous but^unavailing prot^ s'. but bsj was nevi r.beleaa^dislra'.. Ins. .1, arid a mad ter m\a than Mr.^Brown w. uld tie harl to bud. Mounted^upon hiswgonon Broadway be publ.cly^proclanutd h.s u: er distaste tor a law that^deprives a in tn that right guaranteed him^by th.- ci HdM ci of the D lited Ma-ns.^The judge . i.oi.l not swea. hi.u, and his^most soie^ ^ on 'i that be t 'd not preTl-^oualy Mh i Waal aasted on the winds.
Anun:In i of young men who have at^^tained tbeif majority since the 15.h ol S -p-^t. ii... -r. were indignant yesterday in being^deprived ti e privilege and honor, justly^due them, ot casting their first vote tor the^new siate of Montana. Many defects in^the registry law were brought out. How^the Australian voting system operated^cannot lie determii ed until tbe votes are^cunt d, but it is evident that many errors^have crept in.
Itwas expecTiti that more time than the^allotted time i five minute*^ wouid be taken^up by the voters, but in all tbe precinct*^not more than that time was consumed on^an average. The person* wbo could not^read their ballot* were very few. The^w.^rk of the judges waa considerably les^^sened t^y a neat card, a child of the brain^ot Ma-- - |. ssner, which was banded to a^man wbo could not understand tbe English^language very well. The card read: ^I^want to vote lor all the candidates on this^card.^ Here followed the name* of all the^democratic candidate*, the name of the^man wanting to vote pppearing at the tup^of the card. The judges, of cour*e, had to^mark tbe names ot the candidates on tbe^ti -ketis which were generally put in with^out a scrat -b. The republicans caugbt on^to the scheme late in the afternoon, but did^not work it very auceesafully, as tbey^could not rtcover from the paralytic stroke^tbey had received before tbey became^aware of what was going on.
\tearly *unris^ the democratic were out^and on every street, cab* and vebiclec of^every description were rolling along ready-^to convey voters to tbe poiis. It was^strikingly noticeable that all the carriages^lr tiien were for Toole. Maginnis anu the^democrat.c utile! .'^ . ^ al^ m* were left for^tbe republicans. In the Sixth ward eight^carriage* ,were in readfrMM a*, an early^hour and it was :uhy 10 o'clock before a^republican carnage put in an appearance.^While the republican* were inu ziug the^democrat* were up ana doing and working^a* they never did before. Chairma ^elig-^man received a roasting from bis ptr'y for^tbe lack of diligence displayed in^this matter of conveyance* and^it waa not until T. C. Power appeared^on tbe street* that an ^s-casional carriage^could be seen. Mr 1'ower acted independ^^ent of bis managers and rustled *^1 day^like a beaver. Express ons ot sympathy^could be neard tor him from a- mocrat*.^who praised him for hi* coi rs-1- in the^fight for victory. It m probable^that many mistakes were made, t specially^on the vote for ass.a^iate justices, where a^number of intelligent vo'era were puzzled.^It is very probable that the vote for tbe^constitution will fall short of the other^vote, but there is no doubt that it ha* car^^ried almost unanimous y.
Anumber of li. roian voters were shut^out by tne stupidity of the Staats Z'ltung^is*,ied at noon yesterday wbicb iutormtd^it' reader* that the poll* would not cioae^until 7 o'clock. Many German mechanic*^and lab irer* reading this worked the day-^out, went to the poll* only to find them^^Soaed. and there waa a h iwl of indigna^^tion. The vo'e fell shi rt in every precinct^of the regbvetei vote, exac ly bow many^has not yet be-n computed.
Amongtbe incidents of yesterday that^have caused no I.tile comment, was tbe ac^^tion of Officer Flynn in interferine, it la^^aid, without any apparent ^ a..-e. with^Frank Hall while be waa convert, ng with^^ friend whom be had just met. 'I be man^waa a democrat and Mr. Hall met him^quite a distance from the polls and fully^fifty fset from the guard rail at one of the^Sixth ward voting precinct* It waa sim^^ply a mtetingof fnenas. and Officer Flynn,^probably acting under instructions, would^not permit Mr. Hall to talk^to him. ^Ton shall not intimidate anybody^here or 1 shall put yon under arrest; and^beside* von sre not standing H feet from^the pons^ said the officer There were^large number of *itnt sae* to this who *ay^tha* according to Fiynt.'* eons'ruetion of^the .aw people are required to stand twen^ty fire feet from tbe outer guard rail which
sgenerally *uppoMd to be placed twenty-^feet from tbe pulling place. As Mr.^Hall was out in tbe middle of the street be^was jeered for his pain*.
New*waa received from ail over tbe^^ta'e before it was from the city precincts,^tbe majority of the judge* construing the^aw to mean that tbey could not count the^icket without counting it from top to bot^^tom. A* a consequence no return* were^obtainable nntil a late hour this morning,^and some of the precinct* are still count^Ing. Tbe Isdepexdlnt, Herald and^Journal bulletined return a. The two latter^paper* threw their return* upon a pirce^^f paper, wbile the Imdifixdixt used a^arge bulletin board, extending 23 feet Into^he street. Tbe bulletins were placed on^thi* board and could be read easily a^distance of 300 feet by the aid of a strong^electric light. The Herald's dis^^patcher were not volumnioos, but^tbey were shown in good shape. The^urnal'* bulletin* could very seldom be^r. ad. as either the professor who manipu-^ated the lantern wa* out of order or the^lantern was. Broadway from Jackson to^ibe . ^^. r r m t.m i rti^' wa* crowded^w . th men anxious to ot tain tbe latest new*.^Every dispatch placd on the bulletin^board was cheered. It aee-ningly made no^d.fference which ticket wa* ahead. '1 here^c-.uld a', ways be found some nod y to cheer^The bulletin* of tbla office attracted the^most at'ention and a large cottconrte of^anxious citizens read the bulletin* with^tev.ris.. impatience. Everybody was in a^go ai humor, however, and beyond a little^ju.et C atling nothing was said or done to^cause a disturbance Nu officers made^their appearance among the crowd, allow-^ng the boy* to enjoy tbemselvts to tbe ex^^tent of their abilities.
Duringthe evening numerous bets were^- a ^ on Toole and Msgiun'*, Carter and^Tower. In tbe early part of tbe evening^two to one were placed on tbe democratic^candidate*, but later on more cheering^news came in for tbe republicans, who^garnered courage and began to get back^and at midnight bets were even with but^tew made. After midnight everything^,'lifted d ism, and beside* a yell now and^tben nothing was heard.
Thecount in the city is progressing^slowly, and In most of the precincts was^suspended until to-day.
Theprecincts. Incomplete, as far as beard^from are as follows:
Fifthprecinct, third ward: For repre^^sentative^Carter m, Maginnis 102.^For governor^I'ower 84, Toole 104.^For state senator^McConnell Vi, Hedges
Forstate representatives^Beach 106,^Bitrna 102 Comly 87. Cory 92. Holter ha,
liorskyhT. Howey Ho, Keefe 87, 1. gan Set.^Manix 84. Teeler 87, Priest 85, Rigga ^^Kobinsou 84, Steinme'z 101, Wallace 102
Twelfthprecinct, sixth ward: For rep-^r seatatlve^Carter 2tt, Maginni* 49.
F'r governor: Power 29, Toole 61.
Forstate senator: Hedges 31, McConnell^46.
Forstate repreaentatives: Beach 48^Murns4^ Comly 46. Cony 29 Holter 30^Horsky 29. Keefe 28, Logan 47. Manix 28^1 e. ler 44 Priest 44. Kigg* 28, Kobinson 2rt^Meinmeiz 4ft Wallace 44.
Fordistrict judge: Hunt 20, Shelton 43
Forsheriff: Jefferia 32, Uobrbaugh 44.
Forclera and recorder: Taylor 41,^T^ioker 34.
Furcounty treasurer: Barden 30, Folk
Korcounty assessor: Blckett 42, Walker
Forcounty attorney: BalUet 30, Nolan
t'lerkdistrict court: Bean 29, Clarke 43^For county commissioners: Burns fcV.
E-igerton39. Hog an 39, Knight 43, Thorn
tmrgh2tt, Wheeler 90.^For public administrator: Davis 42.
Forcounty superintendent of schools:^Helen r. Clarke 27, Miss C. R. Tumley 44
PrecinctNo. 9, Fifth ward: Carter 128,^Maginnis 99.
Forgovernor Power 118, Toole 109.
Forstate senator: Hedges 131. McCon^nell 91.
.- cond ward, fourth precinct: For rep^resentative^Carter, 175: Maginnis, 147.
Forgovernor^Toole, 177; Powers, 14*
Forjudge supreme court^Blake, 181;^DeWolft, 139.
Foratate senator^Hedges, 163; McCon^nell, 153.
Forstate representatives^Beach, 140^Burns, 134; Comly. 146: Corey. 163; Uor-kv^162; Howey, 152; Hmter. 153; Keefe, 153^Logan, 13V; Manix. 151; Peeler, 130; Prieat,^1*4; Biggs, 143; Kobinson, 151, Meinnietz.^139.
*r^*ty Story for Children of Tbla Coun^^try to Bead.
Theyoung emperor of Germany, Wil^^liam II , baa five little biy*. The eldest^I* seven year* old. He la the crown prince^and tbe heir to the throne. He will some^day be emperor of Germany. He la a fine,^manly little fellow.
Germanyis a very military country, and^th* Emperor William is such a thorough^soldier that strict military disciple is the^order of the day In the nurseries of bis lit^^tle people.
Assoon a* petticoats are left sal tbe tiny^boys are dressed In baby uniformr, and
theyoung crown prince looks quite like a^little *oldier.
Whentbelr father visits tbem in then^own quarters (a* 1 suppose 1 ought to call^^uch a very military nursery) the crown^prince command* his smaller brother* to^^tall in.
ThenFrederick and Albert, who are^acarcely more than babies, ^fall in. '^Little Prince Albert 1* ^uch a mite that he^is not able to keep hi* position for long,^and be soon trots away to his nurse's side^But tbe crown prince and Prince Frederick^stand stiff and starched like real soldiers^till their father returns their salute it.^primer faabion.
Whenthe little crown prince was 6 years^old he wa* given a bedroom to himself, in^^stead of sleeping in the nursery with the^^ er- He wa* very pleaxsed, and said:^Ob: that is nice: now 1 need not be with^the children any more.
Inthe summer of 1888 all five boys had a^charming holiday with their mother at^tbe beautiful castle of Oberlrof, in th^forest of Tburingia. Their father wa^away
Alittle fort waa built for them^corner of the garden*, with a tent and^^mall cannon.
1be three eldest, dressed in officer's uni^forms, paraded in front of the fort. Then^while the crown prince beat the drum, an^old soldier showed the other two how to at^^tack and defend tbe fort.
Little1'r ti-e Augustus William, who^was only a year and a half, waa dressed in^white and wore a tiny hemlet. Ue locked^on a i clapped hi* hands.
In(rermany every boy, whether he is the^^on ot tbe emperor or of a peasant, has^some day to be a soldier.
Tbeemperor is very fond of his five^boys.
Almosthis first question Is. when he re^turns, ^How are the boys.^^Our Little^Men.
MYSTKKY 01 THE PITCHEli.
Lightning Killed the Girl Wbo Carried
It ami No One Will Touch It.
Atlanta,Ga, Banner; Mr. J. B. Toomer^recently told the Banner the following^story that is as singular as it is interesting:
Aboutfive miles from Aiken, s. C . on^th- Charleston dirt road, and in sight of tbe^railway, is a little place that waa first^christened ^Pole Cat,^ but afterward^changed to Montmorcnci, the French for^that odorous little animal. Many years^ago a young woman came with her pitcher^11 draw a bucket of water f rsui a well at^Moutmorenci, and set tbe vessel on a stone^pest that some of the railroad men had^moved there. While drawing the water a^flash of lightning came that struck tbe^chain to which the well bucket^-ttached and tbe woman was killed in^tracks. Her remains were removed,^the pitcher w as left just where
ad girl had set it. To this^the pitcher remains in tbe same^i- ace. aud so far from being removed it I*^said that no living hand baa ever touched^i save its owner*, although near tbe sidet^the public road. But tbe most wonderful^thing i* the superstition attached to this^pitcher. There is an indescribable Influ^^ence surrounding it that prevents its time h^Hundreds of people have gone with the^firm determination of lifting the pitcher,^but when they .pproach it a strange repug^nance comes over them and they hurriedly^depart without carrying out the object ot^their visit. One night a bully in tbe^neighborhood, while under the infijenct- of^whisky, made a bet with some friends that^he would go and bring back the pitcher.^He left to do so, but soon returned^as pale as a sheet and etupt)^handed. ^Boy*,^ he remarked, ^no person^^tlive can lay band* on that pitcher, and 1^wouldn't attempt 11 again for the whole of^Aiken county. He refused to tell his ex^per ience. and said he would not talk ah ^ut^the matter. Other parties have gone to see^it, but meet with the same repulsive feel^ings. So soon as they would step off a few^te-t the sensation would leave tbem. Par^^ties have frequently an.used themselves^throwing stones at the pitcher, and when^almost in it* reach the missile* aeemt d to^glide around it.
Mr.Toomer tells us that the other ilsy^when he passed this spot with bis wife, he^got out and tried his marksmanship with^brickbat*, and, wbile a pretty accurate^thrower, be met with no success^that he^had as well try to knock down a sunbeam^with a rock. Mr. Toome further stated^that he had been passing this pitcher for^years, and always fouud it in the same^place on the post. Before reaching it be^would firmly make up hi* mind to remove^'.be vessel, but when he approached it he^experienced tbe same repugnance to touch^ing it as any uncanny object. The old^well from which the dead girl was draw ing^wa er ha* long been filled up, and no signs^of it remain. Mr. Toomer is an entirely^reliable gentleman.
DressMaking Parlor.^Mrs. W. B. Sperling wishes to inform^her patrons and other* that *h^ has re^moved her Dress Making Parlors to the^^(irandon Block^ corner 6Ui ave. and War-^ren street, where she will la^ pleased to re^^ceive them in the future.
SaturdayHerald: Penelope^Abi Mr^Villanelle, you poets are too careless, you^have no thought of tbe morrow.
PoetHave no thought of the morrow^Grr^at heavens' my board-bill is due to^u rrow. It my thoughts of the morrow^were worth money I would be rich .
Carload of hot air furnaces just received.^Put in and warranted to beat vocr house.^VtStcrrock A Bkow .v's.
Alielalmsnot consistent with the high^haracter of Sytup of Fig* are purposely^ivoided by the California Fig Syrup com^^pany, it acts gentJ, on the kidney, I.ver^vnd bowels, cleansing the system effnet-^lally, but it is not a cure-all and make*, no^pretensions that every bottle will not cutv-^star.tjate.
Itconsist* of a full suit of black tight*, a^divided skirt and a dress, tbe latter not^touching the ground by three inches. In^this raiment she is perfectly free, looks the^same as any ordinary welldreaaed woman,^and is not conspicuous in any sense of tbe^word. The chief comfort to be taken with^this style is the fact that the woman i* per^^fectly free. She doe* not fear a rainy day^or a muddy ^treet, her drew* escape* all aoil^at tbe foot and she doe* not appear In the^attitude of a woman who bold* her drew*^p in one band, hei umbrella and package*^tbe other, and tben get* adrabbled skirt^after all.
Oemorrataand republicans. 1 .ooo can-^dp plug* 91 earn at Harm the Clothier.
wYork dressmaker. 113 Broadway,
a'removed to 38S South Main street.
ConradKohrs came up from Deer Lodge^aa night.
Alex.14. Alien, of Dillon, are at the Mer^^chant*.
Charles.1. Fox and wife, of San D:ego.^Cal., are at the Grand Central.
H. T. O B: ten and George C. Sharp^have returned fit m a trip to tbe Paik jus:^in time to vote.^Kuseel! B. Harrison arrived in the city^^sterday and spent last evening in look-^ng over the return*.
1M Boyd, of Bozetnari. Wrc. Brent,^Deer L'dge, and John W Kussell, of^Wickes, are at tbe Grand Central.
F.S Draper, manager Pacific coast d^partnienl K-vere Kubber Co., with head^^quarters at San Francitco. 1* a guest at^the Cosmopolitan.
Rallyto the Bedrock Furniture store.^Closing out cheap for cash.
YouthfulSoldier i toy a.^Washington letter to K'c: o.ond Times^Congressman McKinley. of Ohio, was^stripling of 17 when be enl sted as a pri^vate. He was mustered out a brevet ma^^jor. Representative Boothruan, of the^same state, was but a ytar older when be^shouldered his musket. Thornp*ot, of^Ohio, was tbe same age. *s was M- mt\ of^New York. Clark, of Wisconsin: peters, ot^Kansas; Goff, of We^t Virginia; Nelson, ^^Minnesota, and others. Thoniaa. of IM^nois, weat in at 15; Struble, ol Iowa, at 17^CoLger and Holme*, of tbe same state, i^19. Laird, of Nebraska, who is no^dead. was one of the youngest^soldiers in the war. He put on the blu^when he was a lad of thirteen. Nearly one^half of tbe southern soldier statesmen en^listtd as mere boy*. Catching* and Allen^ol Mississippi, were only fourteen; the tw^senators from Weat Virginia, Kenna and^Faulkner, were fifteen; Berry, of Mi-sis^uppi, was but sixteen, as were Breckin^ridge, of Arkansas, Crisp and Grimes,^(Georgia, and Lanham, ot Texas, Senator^Klddleberger, of Virginia, went in at ^ev^en'een. and Senator Daniel at ninete^Itrowne, ot Virginia, was seventeen; H^kins, eighteen, a* were Wilson, ol Ui.-i^Virginia. Kowland and Henderson, of^North Carolina, Bankhead. of Alabama.^I.uliboon, of Kentucky, and Anderson,^Mississippi.
Buyyour heatin-r stoves at S'urrcck^Brown's. Cheapest bouse in Helena.
Oemorrataand repulilleana, i ooo. .n.^patlgu plugs $1 each at Hai IS* Hie c luthler,
nemoermtaand republican*. 1 .ooo ram^paign plugs $1 eacb at Harrla the clothier
BOSTONS ODD SOtTKTY LEADER
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LjMNKSTBUSINESS. ( Ha ^ K^~ Tka com. If is lium ana I.^for sake y .rmarlv Morton's Itaf ^^-J and :^rec*e^ndg^ street.
Everin the Front
u,-'DKicker a Bratnooer. w'atetl 10 Iowa
|ylAt paper* for sal* at ttj* attic*.
Amongthe guests registered at the^Broadwater hotel yesterday were Daniel^Vrms and wife, of Granite, who are re^^maining a couple of day* In the city on^their honeymoon, and will start thi* even^^ing for tbe weat. Tbla happy pair were^united in marriage at Butte yesterday. Tbe^bride, formerly Mia* Happy Kinney, is a^beautiful and accomplished young lady,^wbo baa for tbe past two year* been the^belle of Pbllipsburg. The bridegroom.^Daniel Arm*, is a prosperous young busi^^es* man of tiranite. wbo i* to be conarat-^.11 ated upon tbe capture nf hta fair matri^^monial prize. After their wedding tour^Mr. and Mrs. Arms will return to Granite,^there to establish their borne and receive^tbe beat wishes of their many friend*.
ack^Gardner s ijueer Freaks antl^l*uheard-..I Perioruianeea.
ABoston woman, whose eccentricities^make her more or less talked about, not^say conspicuous, is Mrs. John. L. Gardner^popularly called Mrs. ' Jack^ Gtrdner^Mrs. Gardner is the acknow ledged 1 ader^of tbe younger set in Boston's most exclu^sive society. Being one of the richest^women in Boston, she has ample oppor^tunity for entertaining, and her maguifi^cent winter home on Commonwealth ave^^nue and her summer home in the suburbs^are the scene* of much gayety tbe year^round. Thither she attracts all tbe bright^young men wbo move in the inner circles^^tbe literary chaps, the artists, the wits^and tbe musicians.. These sre the particu^^lar passion* of Mrs. Gardner, aud they are^all captivated by her charming personality-^She i* a sort of nineteenth century Mme.^(!e Stael, being berse.f quite as bright a^conversationalist as the celebrated daugh^^ter of France, and ber court is frequuented^by the beat brain* in tbe Hub. But the first^statement anybody makes in speaking of^Mr*. Gardner, is not that she is a disciple^^.f culture, but that she aiway* has a train^of devoted young men in attendance upon^her. The next statement is that she almost^always appears in public with some other^fellow than Mr. Gardner.
Mr*Gardner Is not a handsome womar.^On that point all are agreed. But what she^lack* in ph} steal beauty she more than com^pensatea for in culture. Sie i* passion^^ately Interested in music and art She ha*^a I.ubit of bringing the S^ inphony Orches^^tra to play at ber bouse for tbe edtu -anon^of a large company ot invited guests, while^her art collection ha* probably no tijual in^tbe city. So far aa ia known Mrs. Gardner^does not herself do anything in a literary-^way, but she makes special favorites of^those wbo do. Marion Craw ford, the nov^^elist, was one of ber cavaliers, and rumor^has it that in bis book, ^To Leeward,^ be^makes tbe Boston society leader a heroine.^Her affairs du coeur are legion.
Mrs.Gardner i* a woman who does^pretty much as she please*. Constantly^she transgresses certain laws nf social cus^^tom which no other woman would dare to^transgres-. For this eccentricity, if eccen^tricity it may be called, she is sharply crit^^icised by thoee who worship ' good form,^^but Mrs. Gardner rides rough shod over^ail ber critic*, and never seems to suffer^by it Some people call her senaational,^but those wbo know her best assert that^she acts just as she thinks. She is a wo^^man ot much posilivenesa, exceedingly in^^dependent, fond of having her own way^without being domineering, possessed of^strong spirit, warm-hearted and whole^souled. When Mrs. Gardner arises from^ber chair in a tbeatre and beckoD* and^wave* ber fan aero** the auditorium at^^ n.e awell young club man, people shud^^der at ber seeming boldness, fancy them^^selves or any one else doing such a thing,^forgive her In the same breath and say:^^Just like er. isn't it So sensational.^^When, also, Mrs. Gardner, who ts a de^^vout worshipper at the highest Episcopali^^an church in town^^Father Han's,^ St.^John tbe Evangelist^goes annually, as she^is credited with doing, into retreat into one^of tbe Episcopalian convents, her critics^again charge her with being sensational.^Bnt she is undoubtedly a go.si^in fact, a^very good^churchwomsn. and ber annual^retirement to a convent is done in absolute^good faitb.
Lastspring during Lent, ber Intense re^^ligious fervor vented itself in what society^pleased itself to call her moat uthear-.f^freak. Soon after the beginning of the fad^^ing season It seems that every morning a^han. some carriage and pair, conveying a^fine lady and her maid, drove up in front of^^Fatnet^ Hall's church, and the lady forth^^with alighted, pail and scrubbing brusn in^band With these she entered the porch,^and. bending down on her knet^, began to^scrub tbe stones like any ordinary scrub^^woman working by the day, by way of^doing pennance for her atns. it is not^known absolutely that tbe beautiful sinner^Mrs. Gardner, but tbe gossips are ail^agreed that she waa none other than tbe^eccentric Commonwealth avenue society^queen
Anothereccentricity of Mrs. Gsrdner,^and one which cause* much talk 1* ber^gowns, which are elaborately unfsshion^able, but no lea* original than their wearer,^who ian't anyth ng if not original Her^gowns in themselves would make htr a^striking figure anywhere and only add to^her reputation for being tbe most daringly^eccentric yet fascinating woman in Boston.^One of these elaborate gowns she wore last^winter on the occastun of the Artists'^festival In the art museum Supplemented^a* it wa* by a diminutive negro page to^hold up the train. Mrs Gardner'* appear^an re that night wa* society talk for weeks.^Common rt port, previous to the festival,^had been that she would lead a tame^leopard or tiger or some such animal in^the grand march, but she waa content to^risk making a bit with a black page and^won on It, and society hasn't stopped talk^ing about it yet. No one ever know* what^Mr* Jack Gardner will do next.
Ladiesshould call at Fred Gamer'* and^get a pair of slippers, a* be i* selling u ^ m^at a very low figure.
DsaotraU aad repabl loans. 1.^*Oa~w pines ^ 1 tarS at Harrla t*k
AChicago Girl's Odd Linger!*.^Indianapolis Journal: At an informal^tea given las* week the party of ladles dis^^cussed a very common subject^drea*^and^of coarse considerable was said. One vis^^itor told of a comfortable costume which^abe knew wa* worn by a lady In Chicago,^wbo was an expert stenographer and whose^took her cut of door* a great deal.
TheMontana 1 ;^ .ard of medical examin^^ers meet at the city hall to day. The time^has not been set.
Tryour best patent flour, tbe beet 1c tb^^eatrkot. and V/htttaker Star bams, at
ItajniT. WrUrtr^ Sk Pn.'*.
ABottle of Wine For Ten Cents.^From and after September 10th we will^*ell Cal. claret* and white wine*, also^Letup's St_ Louis beer at ten cents per bot^tie, delivered free to any part af tbe city.^Telephone 241.
!!^^ - man Bkos. A Co.^Cor. Clore and Edwards street.
PittsburgGazette: Following are a few^pointers that are well w ^rth memorizing:
Don'teat pork. When !^ if absolutely^unavoidable to do so it should be rendered^harmless by being exposed to strong heat^long enough to be converted into a decided^gray color, even to its innermost part.
Don'tdrink fcreen tea and use black tea
Don'tallow your servants to put meat^and vegetables into the same compart^^ments ot the refrigerator.
Don'teat much meat and Increase its^quantity only gradually when recovering^trom a fever.
Don'ttake animal food more than twice^daily.
Don'taverage more than twenty-four^ounce* of fluid* daily.
Don'tlet your entire food exceed thirty-^four ounce* in twenty-tour hour*.
Don'tsmoke immediately after meals.
Don'tforget that healthy person* gener^^ally lose wtight in winter aud g.tin in sum^mer.
D..n'tbelieve that eating fat w i i make^you fat: quite tbe contrary holds true.
Don'teat gamey meats; lememtx r that^^gamey^ is Uie hyper r^ tititd word for rot^ten.
Dm't pour a mouthful of coffee into an^tmpthy stomach, even if you must tear a^button from your coat and swallow it be^^ ^re.^ aays an Arabic proverb. This ap^lies to tea aa well
Witheverything that Is New, Novel,^Cheap and Desirable in the Dry Goods^Line.
EveryDepartment Replete with Fresh.^Clean New FaU and Winter Goods.^THE NEWEST NOVELTLES,^THE GRANDEST COLLECTION^and THE LOTS EST PRICKS of
anyHOISK IN MONTANA.
OarNew Stock of Fall and Winter^Cloaks is Great^never ao large before.^Ton may reet assured of the fact that^ours h the Best Stock of Ladies' Mioses'^and Ch ldren's Cloaks, Salty), and Wraps^in Helena. That it is the Largest goes^without saying, and a careful compari^son of prices will convince you that ours^is the place to buy.
Ladies,if you contemplate buying^Sealskin Cloak, or Furs of any find.^We can not only give yon the Latest^Best Styles, and Best Goods, but will un^^dersell any Dry Goods or Hat aud Cap^House in Montana.
Ourstock of Northwestern Knitting^Co.'s Celebrated Ribbed Underwear,^which we had such a tremendous trade^on last season is now complete. There^is no such goods as these to be fouud^elsewhere in the city.
Wewill offer some special drives in^Children's Woolen Underwear during^this week. In fact we are offering bar^gains in every department of our im^^mense establishment. We will be glad^to have you cail whether you wish to^purchase or not.
ABelle of Grant's Administration.
Washingtouletter: One of the pretty^women of Washington, one who was once^a rei.gnmg bel.e, is Mrs. G -n. Belknap,^who is still a beautiful woman, though old^e-ough to have a daughter in society. The^now somewhat gl toicy and deserted cor^ridors of tbe capitol are queer place* to go^for gossip about pretty women, but in pass^^ing the rotunda on^ recent day I paused to^ask Clara Morris a question. Clara Morris^is tbe old womau who k-epstbe photo^graph and curio booth m ar the great ro^^tunda. She has been there for a quarter of^a century or more. Once a beautiful^woman herself, enjoying tbe cour^^teous attentions of famous senators^and cabinet officers, she has seen^and casually known all tbe capital belles^of ber time. When I asked this keen ob^^server who was tbe prettiest woman in^Washington in her day, she promptly re^plied: ^Mrs. Gen. B-iknap was, in her^prime, the most beautiful woman 1 ever^saw, in Washington or anywhere. She^was perfect. Next to her, 1 think, was^Mme. Catacr-zky, wife of a former minister^from Russia. Poor Mme. CatacLz^j ! She^was so handsome and bewitching that tbe^wicked gossips couldn't let her alone, and^tbey talktd so much about ber and a cer^tain cabinet. tli er that tbe Russian gov^err.n.en: recalled ber hu .hand, aud shortly^after returning to Russia the poor girl died^of consumption.^ Mrs. Belknap ts not^often seen in Washington society, where^she once reignt d queen. She ha*, bow^ever, a handsome home and an interesting^fsmily of daughter*. lit r eldest daughter,^Alice, inherit* ber mother's beauty.
A BOARDING HOUSE INCIHE.NT
AI...lr. For White Meat Makes Trouhl*^at the Table.
NewYork World: There was chicken^for dinner at a Harlem boarding bouse, and^instead of being satisfied to take any of it^that was offered there was a general re^^quest all around tbe board for ^white^meat^ Several boarders sent back their^plates to have their piece of dark meat ex^change f ^r white. The landlady was her^^self master of ceremonies in tbe kitchen^that day. She stood this rscket as long as^possible, and tben burst into the dining^room like a cyclone fresh SLd furious from^the west. Glaring at the boarders, she ex^claimed:
Seehere, you loafers, what do you^mean by all sending out white meat ^ Do^you imagine a chicken ia made of white^meat ^ Couldn't eat a nice piece of tbe^dark meat, 1 suppose^ Ob, no; you have^been eating nothing but white meat all^your live*, ard thai'* the reason you^all white-livered, I reckon.
SIe seemed to swell up as her awful in-^digi ation grew upon her, and moving^clo*vr to tbe table ^he swayed above^a giant oak in a storm. This^fairly screamed:
Confoundyour impudent carcasaes, I'll^have you know that 1 am not so particular^about color. Take tbe color of your money,^lag instance. I'd like to see Some of it and^I'd take it moat mighty darn quick, tie it^red, white, blue or sp*ckled. Now, I'm^goin' to aend that cnicken back here and^any of you dudes that don't like ^ li it dark^meat can take it out to a kalsominer and^get it whitewashed.
Gentlemen,^^aid one of the boar ler*.^when the lady had retired to tbe kitchen^^we have trodden on the tail of a temi est^For one l prt fer dark meat in my plate to^having it diatributed around under my^eyes
Andtbe rest of tbe boarders did, t*m^.
Tbeonly mantel bouse in Mont-.ns^Large variety in all tbe different words at^STfKRiKK A Brow ,v
Salisburyand Gladstone's Sons.
.ondonTelegraph l The t wo sons of tht^two leaders of English politital life are^both good parish priesta, tbe one^at Hawarden and the other at Hatfield.^Mr. Stephen E. Gladstone ha* to supervise^siz or seven district churches, and has a^double daily service at tbe parish church.^His ecclesiastical training was obtained in^the pnrllens of the Lambetk potteries,^while Lord Wil'latn Gaacoyne Cecil, the^rector of Bishop's Hatfield, served under^tbe vicar of Great Yarmouth. The tall^figure of the prime minister's son wa* well^known in tbe narrow and peculiar court*^where real bloaters receive their final smok^^ing. Now he has a daily service at Hat^field house to perform and to provide nlnla-^trations twice a day at tf-- -nagnificent par^ish church, wbile on Sunday, with tbe aid^of only two curate*, he also finds service*^at two or three district churches, a mission^church and a cemetery chapeL
llrmorrauand^^ pi us* * 1 oaa
repuhlieana.I ooo cana^^sta n^ Ban-it the Clothier.
HELENA IN BRIEF
Dinnerfros* U to S at tbe Bon Ton.
X.R. mv. Carpenter's dental rooms, roosa^ao. Pttuborg block. Take the elevator.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor,^Main street, opposite First National Back.
Goaaast via the Molilalia Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining ear route to Sc. Paul and the east,^T'jzoagh trains leave Helena dally at 11M
SixRooms,^Bath Room,^Pantry ^ Closets
Thos.Crahan ^ Co.
EsiTA URANT for^. [ k ^ oiney tUM
Callat 101 North
ANTkD-Tosell a faw handrel ton- nice^caaoamr wtM bar: al*o a f-w car*^For [tarttca'an and price* writ* ur call
ssvanliamtntlunoar thti^irtao three lima* '-aa af ctiar..
VVA^TKD-By amtdd* *g^d woman to do^* * Hunt boose work or svcon l work sad plain^^tain.;, woo.d like to go tj the country Art-^drae. M. a M L . City V. u , Helena. Mont
riawuUIHLo trom the coontrj arant place* in^J. prtra** famluV* Box sot dir.
ALADYstall to do general hooaework la-^uoire at sclx . aarence street, Capital Em
pi-^^ avaj t office.
KtM-t'l.-lti.K wtuu man and wife, ao chil^^dren, both urei ciaea co -ks. recent!/ from me^eaat, want poalilcna. Address lioo. C. 0 , thi*
CornerHoi ack and 12th Ave
ROOMS11 4ND li*.^PITTSBURG BLOCK.^TELK PHONE 65.
WHITE,JOHNSTONE ^ CO.,
BES TON AVE. PBOPEBTT.
Warehouselots adjacent to railroad^tracks.
Rwi.lenpeLots In all Parts of the city.
Anumber of Fine Residences.
SeveralCottages near Depot for sale^on Installment Plan.
TownLots and Mining Property in^Cooke City.
Anumber of Pine Banches in Flat^bead Valley for sale very cheap.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.
Rooms5 and A. Tnion Block
.rormerlj 1. X. L. Hotel
BcMgartLtf^ Milcb, Props
relebraudVal Blata Bear
5~-|Cents per Glass |^ J
FineCigar^ and Liquors always on haa .
ervses a caul.
AiiUoDDressmaker, who do** al. kind* of^nice family Mala*- and ureeamaklnK, de^sires wors; (.ricea ver^ reasonable. anquir* at^41s r^lfth a venae
AVuL'MJMan, speaking French an 1 Ka-^jl:ah, aanie a poalUon as cierk, acdr^ s* J ,^tbi* office.
1sl^.TION wanieo b. toon* lad^ to do plain^^swum la private famJy. F^r tanker par^Ucolara inu,aire uoom 4, iron Mi... a
OITlA'.IOM wanted bj two competent dining^O room girls Mining camp preferred. Auureea^a. ^ , Inue'endent office
C'11- MILEK wants At* :. en, $.'! a de-. and^' three carpenter*, two waiter Kir.a tin ^ a-eea^Three ^omen looks $3^ tu 130 a nu mb. M%a^and mVt ..n ranch $bu. Two 1. amsters to Ms
m^ctu t'a.l early.
VX/a NThUl^six or more good t.rlckla\ere.
TJ v\ .11 let tteecy w rk antll Christmas $^.5u^toftt;er. ^^; nine boors woik. \.. U^be. k, Spokane Fall*.
U/A^TliD - One nret cliu piano player, one^^ flr-t-c.ea vi^'in player lor con.ert saloon^I eopie .hat can rin* a sona- or do a t. naj^terred. f. O. pox ~W cltjT
U/.-.NIkU-Twofirst claas coatmakers, one^^ par.tamaa.er. Nona but flrst-ctaas workmen^need a^pi). li.gneet waxes paid. Banner M.r-^cantile Co.. Bntte, Mont.
ASl'u. ren.ale co. k. a (rood worn*^c ^^k and kiiri to help can get a cood ritoa.
Uon. cadres* ^Rook
/lKL^ VtA.^TkD-All mast remrn.b r that^Vx If ihey want a^ od help or good plates they^muetjfo to the Capital km^iotment '-:-.. ill^1 awrence
VAa^TEl^- Two hundred men to work 01^ronv brancb N.f Ha. Apply at head^(lunriers, oappingion, Mont.
11IKL wanted for general h.iuaew. rk Apply^VJ etSMWeatLae nee a.reet
IAin agents for t jlld's Keform Wahsts; Skirt^A~d ^ba.Ue ^ub*tltute; Ueb^ a Ulaper bjpoort^er. etc. New gorKla. Our agent at Auatln, M.an .^^^aa fr.j In tea de a. Laoiaa ocrrLT Co , :X7^W ^hlm-toii street, 1 lilrsg.)
WANTiaDOentieuitn to represent na In thle^d:y and com ty. 1 or books are tbe best^In the world. Lloerai arrangemente made with^good party. Adore**, Cha*. L. Webster A 0^Minneapolis, Jalnn.
YY'ANTKLiLady t-^ handle t^.e Uelmonloo cook^book. Handsome Income* he.ng a aoe by^those now at wora on It. r ive tuaured thousand^copies will be sold. Liberal terms to good 1 any^Acidreee for particular.!, caar.ee L. ^ , baler at^Co, Minneapolis, Minn, bend for canvas*^catalogue.
fAl)V a.i o.M - wanted for my wonderful new^xj rubber onderga.meet, tr^ndoet invention^I .r women ever .en Mrs, ii. F LltUe. Chliagu
H'lMll)^^^t I kittled electricity; an^tirely new: paya f'.^ a day. Aadreea, L' a^Home Mfg. Co botce oept., Chicago, Ilia.
forieui^ j/wiiiiur.. H'^^'!!^** Places ,^lo
'OKKB NT^A suite o ro. ma, single If pre^^ferred, with i .ard, i-i JeSeraon street.
OK2 .00m boaae for rent; 412^back of now le street.
L.On K^N I - r'i.e room house, bath room,^X1 furnace, hot and com water, range In. laded.^Folk a- Uevlne.
L'UKKENT^alx and .even room house*; ail^Jj mouem Improvement*. Inquire of J. rs.^reainerly.
' . KENT ^ seven room h. use with batn-^X1 room, on Pearl street, near the steamboat^luock. Inquire of John A. U.uirk, box 27, city.
OKKENT^Flee room^11* Clark street.
IjXK BENT^Two nine room houses, with all^JD modern Improvements, on ttodney stut.^Addreae O , this office.
FjHKENT^seven room cottage, central ioca-^tlon. Call at 1'auieon at McConnell.
JjHJKKENT^The Iron Front on Main straet;^S^ beat b lei building In toe city, ^o rooms, ail^outside and finished In oak. call on Porter,
Muth a Cox.
IjXIKKENT^Brick n .use ^U rooms, corner^j^ Dearborn avenue and ilauser street. Inquire^Ur. EKE Cer .renter, room 3u Piu^burfct. block.
LtXR KENT^Storeroom* in Pean block, also^j^ storerooms and office* In Pittsburgh block.^Inquire of John W. Thompson, rjuoli, Pitts^^burgh slock
iioomti'-grmghed ana Unfnraigr.ed.
LioR KiNi-Front dout 1 - room, lurulsr.e.l.^j^ wtlh or without board; hot air and bath
room. 413 Eighth are.
poKKENT^Two large, nicely furnished froat^rooms, wl.h use ot bath, at 726 Fifth avenue.
IrV'KKENT^Uooms,slugie or in suites ot two,^X1 three, or ft ur, in K Oate* bulMit.g, corner^sixth avenue and vtarren street. This building^I* (applied with Mass* heat and ha* all the mou^^em convenience on racu tl x^r.
OOMAND bOAKD.atj, 114 Howie street.
ITOKKENT^Lsr e wall furnished rooms, with^j^ or without board, r^ sou h Kodney at.
POKHi NT- li.^.ms in a.l part* of the city Ap-^A ply Capital ramploymenl office. Hi Lawrence^street,
.-v,BWLY tarnished parlor and bed room and^Jjy furnished rooms tor gentlemen, near Main^street Inquire at ^o. :M Mink- street.
B'LMMihii KOOMs at Porter Flats, Ewlog^street; entirely renovated and under new-^management. Call In basement or at r orter.^Muth A- Cox, Oold block.
1HEPACIFIC or Leuolr Hon^ 8lean beat,^elegant room*; SO, 75, $1. s Its $1.50 per day.^No disreputable characters allowed.
ARVBVHOUbK, o-and street, new and^elegantly f nrnlsbed rooms, single or In salts
XOST Sunday Bight, two certificates of depo-^~i sit on First National bank Finder leave at^this office and receive reward M Hanson.
LO-T a **n*U no e hook on Benton avenue.^The finder will confer a favor by leaving at^Joarcal office.
MONKfTO LOAN In earn- of PM to *^u one,^on Improved property In the city of Helen*^sad on farms and rentes la Montana; money^fcrnlai.ed for building purpose* H. ii Palmer
MONEYTO UMN u; on Helena real re:*t^,^upon reasonable orms Appl. to Edward^C. KuaaeU, room 6 Thon. eon bltclr, Helena^Mont.
IA ROE amount* of m ney to lo*n on Improved^JLJ and anlm proved city real estate and on^ranches at lew rates C. F. Ellis AC., Inruranre^agent*, real estate aceaia. mo.-^aa loans
MONBT to loan on tmproTed Helena property.^Time and terms to aoil no. a M N i'l^rooms S and 7. Aahby tending '
SOMEone to adopt three mc-athe old boy. Ad.^crees \ . t.-.is Bs*
OEtIPWANTED^l^au Marino or Cctewold^Oewea, 1 to 3 year* old. Address box It, Hall a*^Montana
Thesecond annual meeting of stock older* of^^ke Carbonate King Mln.ng company wtll be held
attheir office in th- d'y of^day of October, at 2 p. m.
Byvirtue of an order of aa'e la m v har d*^Issued oat of 'be district conrt of 1 he first Judicial^^.lstri. t of Montana territory, in and tor thr^county of Lewis ard Clarke la the se.lt of Alfred^Hon' against Bridget I aerlrg duly attested the^*^^h day of September. 1SSK, I have levied anon^all tbe right, title and Interest of the said Brl gat^D'eri- g ^ and to the following described p-op^^en;, situated In Lewis and ciarie county, ft ^^tana territory, vis :
lotNo ave .ii, la block No nine (*), ta the^'r.wn , f Marysviiie, In tha county of Lewis -.ad^^ 1 ark* end territory of Montana, saud lot bring^^ _i rr**sJ or awaod etreer and one t in-^dreri ( ^ai) reet in dep h according to the plat of^aald town of Marysviiie in the office of tbe county^clerk sad recorder if raafct Lewis and Clarke^county. M~nrana territory.
Notce is hereby given that on Fridav, taw SSth^day of Octoher. A D ia-*, at the hoar of IS^.'clock, noon, ot said day. at the front door of the^coast sssaas, rJty of Helena. Lewis aad Clarke^tana terrt ory. I will asal all rirbt,^^reet of the aald Brid cer. Oeerlag la^said above SisnikiS usoiaealr. to tne^- for cash lr hanO^say bead tbla 27th day wf Wspt'sa-^ar, A. D.. 1*B^ Cut M Tsi ^ saws. WT -^By Isaac Hoi aaaiiow. Dwpaly baa I IM.
BELGRADEGRAIN ^ PRODUCE CO.^Belgrade, Montana.
dealer*ta WVeat. ' -au. Hay say* al^shitptng potnfa:^atral Park, Mo^Mora grata ^ shipped frota BiUiaai 1^^stat we '^Csanos
1ot Farm rriidae*
-AFERT Adjoining the Bel^i^1*Tv^^uU House ou tbe South, Kiontlng^Maia Street.
~f\ FKKT on Helena Areuae. at^c)U Crosniiiat of Lycdale and Mon^tana Arena**,
500FKKT in lflower Garden Addi'
'11aO FKKT in the Hemhfleld Addi-^4UU tiop,
~A CHOICB Residences iu all .Parte^0\J of the City.
Wait: Wait: Wait : For
SANDSBROS.^Grand Ooenineof Fall Goods for 1889
tVbenthere will be on exhibition the finest and most extensive line of Dry roods
Carpetsand House Furnishing Goods erer shown in the city^Bxcluive Ssllks, Finest Grades in Plush Cloaks, Exclusive str/lea in v.-^_ w_^IKlegaiit Sealskin Garments. Exclusive Styles lr!. JaTkete.NeWHl^rk*^^.
WaitforOur Combination Dress Novelties, it Will Pay You
Owingto onr increased facilities for doing business, our importations and pnr-^char^ for the t-omiuir season nave been on a Tery extensive scale Karlv in the^^ar^u. when our competitors were busy trying to sell summer lawns, we made oaf^contract with the most prominent manufacturers, thns obtaining the exclusi^*^control foi this city of many of the leading stylas, particularly in ^^usiv*
CLOAKS,SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
Ournew addition is nearing completion, and it will pay you to wait for our
Xotlceof this event will appaarin;the papers in due time.
SANDSBROS., Helena, Mont.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO.
-seventa annnal openlna;. Ft rat-r lass lnsimr-^don In Penmanship, BoukkeeplnK, ArltbrneUt^sod all common English *tarlle*.
PERNINPHONOGRAPHY,^Tjirewrltlnn, Teleeraphy and Herman. Flrwt-^Claae lnstrurtt n eoaranteed. Tuition moderate.
HT. EN OLEHORN. Prln ,^Helena, Mont.
InSums to Suit on From Siz^Months to Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt
Boardo' Trade Koom. Plttstvirg Blork. H^l*t^s
Wanted,by the Montana Smelting Com^^pany, at their works at Great Kails,
FURNACEMEN AND LABORERS!
WAGESS2 00 to S3.25 per Day.
BOARD$6 60 prr Week.
Applyto Chandler's Kmployment^Agency
AUpersons holding stock to the Moataaa Coal^companj are notified that on tbe 3i*h day of Her^-^tem*wr, 18r-^, at the law offl. e of McConnell, ^ lay-^barg A Carter In the city Helena, Montana terri^^tory, an election a in be held at 4 o'clock In the^afternoon for a board of directors and trustees to^serve for one % ear
Bu8nies8College and Pha-^DOgrapbio Institute
TheOXLY FIBST-CLASS boslLea*^school betweer 3t. PanI and Portia ad^N'.ght school October to April. K -ad^^Board of Reference^ in College lie^siorter. Write for terms
HAHNA WALTKR3.^RoM Blorkr. Helena Montana.
Canallrsuit_ themselves with Stylish, Well-Fitting Clothes ol
GoodMateiial at^Clothing Department
MAKING FOI^s T !
Wemake a point of insisting upon the distinction between
CheapClothing and Clothing Cheap.
Wehave Correct Clothing for All Men Boys and Children,^suitable for all occasions and occupations. Our New S ock is^all Unght, Clean and Fresh, and at prices you cannot resist^ GAIN'S ^ KLEIN.
A.J. DAVIDSON ^ CO.,
GeneralLine Agricultural Implements
HAYAND GRAIN IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY!
12912 NORTH MAIN STREET.
CALLAND SEE THEM 1
HarveyBlock, ^R^r n***. National Bmak^ Grand Steert^THE ROCKY FORK COAL, COMPANY
Isdow prepared to deliver Coal from its Mine* at
Toconsumers In this city. For Domestic and Steam purr^o^,l*^cty Fork Coal^rvas no superior in this market. It Lights Readily, Makes hot Fire aad leaves llttl*^ash. TRY IT.
PrincipalOffice: ROOM 26. PITTSBURG BLOCK
GILCHRISTBROS. ^ EDGAR, Helena,^K. L. BONNKR A CO.. Deer Lodge.^THE MINKRa' LUMBER CO.. Butte.^0. E. MILLH. Park City.^BCSHA ^ BAILEY Big Timber.^L. 8. H0LLIKK. Bozeman,
EsTES,CONN ELL CO, Anaconda.^A. FKAZER. Billings,^6n0. T. YOCNG, Llflngstaon.^FERG BROS., Townsend.^W. H. WHITE, Stillwater.
(PennBlock, cor. Main and Bridge Streets^Opposite International;^Everything mcw and First-Class. Steam heat and Elevator*
RATE: FROM $1 TO $2 PER DAT.
Th*Neatest Plao* la Helena, aad Oood Accommodation*, straet Car* to and from all Depo
IM.PABK PAID TO BOTIL
Buysand sells for Cash, therefore are able to save you 25 per cent, on
MTTJ iTNERY. FANCY GOODS.
LADIES'^ CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,^DRAPERIES ^ TABLE LINENS,^TOWELS ^ NAPKINS,
NOTIONS^ SMALL WARES
VOL 30-NO 8j
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8t. Lsoitis BlsMsj^main BTRKKT
TheLong and the^of it
Is,that oar ra^e^nni]^ti.^unlaundried -h,i was^ter of neivSbity, not of^Tli^ demand was hiuv.-i -j^as we are servants of tl^public we conld not Inn^to tbe call. Now, as a^of fact, there is no mot^them for in, because howl^money can be made oui^garment when sold at p|^pi ices of f^Oc , 75c. 9o.^must examine these g^^only out of curiosity, be.^is really a wonder hot^can be produced for the
Our60 CENT Karmen|^marvel of economy anc^nets. It is well made, fi^and good material. Tril^the finest, but good enou|^any man who has plenty^for his money.
Butthe wonder of the|^lanndried Shirt age^ is^CENT production -New^mills muslin,22oo linen bo]^cut in and backed with ^\^ers' linen, reinforced pacl^front, gilled seams, conti^stays, and in total every]^conducive to ^longevity, '^shirt, durability and neaj^There are many poin|^would like to dwell upon^we time and space, but oj^cannot pass is our depart!^of Boys and Children s I^ing. The ladies of HelenJ^tell you where to find Uie|^assortment, and any on*^speak to will tell you that^tasty, nobby garment,. m|^in Montana can show jtm^half the styles or show as^novelties as are on our coui^Don't fail to see them,^cially the lines of Kilts an^seys; neveral shades, in^from 2 1-2 to 10. It is out!^this season to capture the^of nil, from tlie cheapest t^^iin^ f-t trades VVe show ;^of good wash satinetts asl^as #1.75. aiid have ^hem aj^ae $20 for the y tmngsters.^in time will vot.-.
Ourline of Miller flats^store.
Wehave been receiving^five to eight cases a day fo|^last two week*, and norn^compare with the line (,f^ings we show- -a line ol FI^ionable Tailor-made tlotf^that ^nox sox^ out of^merchant tailoring. Eve^ment made by a crack^trimmed with the best mat*^and if you want to try on^guarantee you as good^for $28 as a merchant tailor^sell y^ u for $60. As a fri^^^tip,^ we say give them a
Ina Week's litlie we ho]J
announceour stock all it^then all who have not^will be guilty of a great^tice to themselves if th^^not overlook our stock^they are in to purchase.
StLouis Block, Main
N.B.^Out of town orj^will receive our best attent^Goods sent on approval to^part of the territory. Pricel^and rules for self-measurei^mailed free on application.