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Helena.Montana, Oc 3, 1889.
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contestwhich The Independent had^f-ankly declared was mighty close. And^th^ apa and downs of the sit oat ion, as^everybody admitted, bore abundant tes^^timony to the fact that we had told the^truth.
IT IS OL'BS.
MontanaIs democratic The fight^bas been hot and close, some of our^leaders have fallen In the contest, bat^the new state will take ber place In the^union true to the principles under^whose benign influence she achieved^her greatness and hi-r prosperity. Her^first jrorernor will be a democrat. Her^drat legislature will be democratic Her^fimt two senators in the congress of the^l iiited States will be democrats. We^fail by a few hundred votes to send a^'ltmocratic representative to congrese,^but our candidate for that office has eut^down an adrer-e majority of more than^^ve thousand one year age to an insig^^nificant figure, and made it certain that^we shall complete the revolution next^year.
Itis a great and a significant triumph.^It shows that the republicai. party has^been tried and found wanting, tha' its^extravagance, Its bad legislation, and its^maladministration in state and national^affairs have been condemned by the peo^^ple. It shows that a united democracy^is invincible.
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Allhail to the gallant democracy of^I.-wis aud Clarke county! In the face^of tremendous odd*, fighting an enemy^strongly entrenched right in their very^stronghold, tti^y bav^ wou a glorious vic^^tory. They luve carried the county for^their caudidate for governor by a hand^^some majority; they have elecied one-^half of the legislative ticket and a part^of their cuuuty ticket, including a ma^^jor i y of the county commissioners.
Morethan that, they have saved Mon^^tana for democracy! The work doue^here has carried the election of our dem^^ocratic governor and two democratic^Unite.) States senators, and has placed^Montana in the line of democratic -tates.
Org4uizatiouand work have wou the^fight, and while old men and young men^alike h.^ve col.tribute l to bring about^the result, it ll but fair to say ttwt th^^young deaocracy of Helena are entitled^to a great share of the honors of v.'-tory^We said in the beginning of the contest^that any party with such a band of young^men doing battle for it would prove^well nigh Invincible, and the result has^demonstrated that our faith wan not^misplaced.
Righthere, too, it is proper to say^that the candidates themselves have^doue much to uiike victory possible^Their canvass has b.-eu thorough and^complete, they have worked in harmony^for a common c.uise, and, above all, they^were men whose high reputation as citl^sens won them confidence and respect in^both parties.
Thedemocrats ou the ticket who^were def -ate 1 will have the pleasant re^^flection that they fought in a noble^cause, and they have earned the grati^tude of their party by their labors.
MARTIN VI Vt.IN Ms
In^ country where majorities; rule^every good citizen bows to the popular^decree as expressed at the ballot box^but we cannot refrain from sayiug, here,^and now, that we believe the people of^Montana have done an Injustice to them^selves in not electing as their first rep'^resentative in congress the man who so^faithfully, so ably aud so earnestly^served tham as a delegate at Washing^ton in the days of their territorial bond^age. Defeat will bring no regret to^Major Maginnis. He was no iutlated^self seeker who craved recognition at^the hands of the people. He did not de^^sire congressional honors, and it was^only when the united voice of his party^called him that he yielded his prefer^ences and consented to become a candi^date. His long and Invaluable services^for our people in the past should have^secured his election by a handsome ma^^jority, but in the heat and turmoil of a^political contest gratitude cute a small^a^ure, pud Ms* i^anee net iufrequeuiiy^defeat the worthiest men.
MajorMagiunis goes out of the con^test with uo cause for regret at the^noble part he has borue in bringing^Montana back to the true faith, and^with a firmer place than ever in the^honor and esteem of his fellow citizens.
Thefolly of newspapers in crowing^over election results before they are out^of the woods never had a more painful^and pointed illustration than In the^case of the junior but oflici U republi^^can organ over the wav. The sensible^thing for any news-paper to dr. that does^not want to be dishonest with its read-^^ rs. Is to say that a result is doubtful^when it really is so. w hen The Inde^^pendent weut to press on Tuesday night^the incomplete returns indicated un^^mistakably a remarkably close contest.^T; k Indei kndent frankly said so. It^claimed Mr. Toole's election by a small^but safe majority; it conceded that the^figures poiuied to Major Maginnis's de-^feat by a small majority, and it claimed^the election of a majority of the legisla^^ture.
TheJournal, with no more conclusive^or favorable figures before it. claimed^Carter's election by over 2,000, Power's^by only 500 less, aud a republican major^^ity in the legislature, and deluded its^unfortunate readers by running up its^biggest rooster and claiming the earth.
Result:Great disappointment in the^republican camp; everybody reading^The Independent to get at the facte^and standing before our bulletin board^ail day to got further particulars of a
Thenew constitution is adopted. Now^for President Benjamin Harrison's proc^^lamation Inviting us to walk In and^take a front seat.
Wehave broken the republican back^^bone of Helena by nominating the best^ticket and going before the people on its^merits. ^
Wehave four able democrats from^Lewis and Clarke in the next legisla^^ture^men who can represent us, too!
ToMiss C. L. Tcbnlet, demon 1c^county superintendent of schools, greet^^ing. .
Therepublican arithmeticians nad a^sorry time of it last night.
Wehave the legislature on joint bal^^lot.
Hcpiuhfor Lewis and Clarke county!
Wehave the county commissioners.
Wehave the governor.
SullivanSay, Murphy, pbat th' devil do^th' thrae balls mane over tbe pawnbroker's^rtoure^ Murphy^ Ol tooght ivry intelli^^gent mon knew they manes fail', hope an'^charity.
Thereare eight Indian reservations In
NewVoik, embracing over 125 000 acres of^good farming land, hardly any of wh;ch is^under cultivation. The Indians hold these^tracts In common, and stoutly oppose the^idea of allotment In severalty.
Thebody of Mrs. Mary Kenny, widow^of a New York policeman, was fount con^^cealed in the chimney of the house the^other day. The woman had been missing^*en days and ber friends and relatives were^searching for her all over the city.
.SamuelJ. Randall's health is still so^!^ ^ r that there is some doubt of his ability^to be present in the hoase at the time of^the opeuiDg of congress. With Cox dead^*nd Randall absent, two of the most strik^inn fi^ures of the democratic party will be^missing.
Kt-MajorOakey Hall Living In London^^id Theodore TllUm In Paris.
ParisLetter: Sometimes you will meet^men who bring up scenes that are of the^past and are almost forgotten. They bring^upold memories^old ghosts of the past, as^it were. It is but a short time ago that^saw Oakey ilall in Lonodon, and what^recollections of New York under the reign^of Tweed he brought up! Those were^great day^ for Hall, and for men who were^a great deal worse than he. What a fellow^of infinite jest he was. and what a bright^spot be made the mayor's office In New^York some twenty years ago. The old -^newspaper men, politicians and men al^_.^town will long rememher its attractive^^ness He would have heen a rash man in^t ins.-days who would nave attempted to^prophesy the height in the temple of fame^to whi-n this brilliant and witty man^s not climb.
Whatprophet could foresee that this^gifted and popular man was to pass the^e/eiunn of hits life practical,y an eaile in a^f ireign land, luaving behind him on the^fi-ld of bis early triumphs nothing but^shattered ambitions. Yet 1 his was to be.
Ina smail cafe in a somewhat untre^quented part of Paris the other day I saw^another man who recalled a case, tbe fame^^I which was world wide. He was sitting^at a table, seemingly buried in thi^ght of^a not pleasant character and oblivious of^his surroundings. His long hair was gray^^p-ematurely gray. His shoulders were^bent and there was a moody, brooding^umk on his face. But he was evidently a^tall man, and some rears ago must have^oeen a handsome man. As he sat at the^table he looked like a strong man borne^down by the memory of some great sorrow^of the past.
Presentlyhe arose and walked out with^^out looking to the right or left, and then 1^recognized him, although it has been years^since I saw htm before. It was Theodore^Tiltou, ihe once famous editor of the New^York Independent. But bow changed In^the days of his popularity, tall, erect,^strong and handsome; now a broken, pre^mature')- old man He is doing some sort^of literary work here, but no one seems to^know just what it is. 1 could not bu'think^after sueiDg the man, that the scandal in^which this man's life was wrecked was^m ^re than a mere scandal. It was, in fact^a tragedy. The circle of the chief actors'^in it are narrowing. The greatest of them^is dead, so are others, among them ^ me of^the lawyers anu several of 'hejury One^of the lawyers, Benjamin F. Tracv. Is in^the cabinet of the president of the Ualted^States.
Mrs.Tilton la more fottunately sltnated^than her husband, for she bas the company^:inn sympathy of her children. But . -o-^dore 1'ilton haunts out-of-the-way plac ^^in Paris, seeking neither friends nor^frtendsbips, a miserable and broken man.
Sleep;for Twelve Yevrn.
Bytelegraph to the Tribune: In the^sleepy little village of L'tica, Mi^n., lives^Herman Harm*, who has been sleeping^soundly most of the time for the last twelve^years. People are familiar with tbe story^all up and down the valley. Thousands^of people have been to visit the man. Doc^^tors have come lone distances to see him.^What the secret of his long sleep is. no one^been able to discover. The story is not^a ltgetid. neither is the sleeper a myth.^He U sleeping still. The doctors say that^be may live and sleep twenty years to^come.
Harmsis a German about fifty-one years^old. Twelve years ago he was setied with^fever and ague. He had long spells of^fevered sleep for foui years. Tnen the^mysterious spell seemed to leave him, and^for thtve v ears he was almost a well man.^May 12. iSM, Harms ate his morning meal^as usual, suddenly he felt stupor coming^over him. He pnt down the cup that he^held in his ha id. rose and cast h mself^heavily upon the bed. Almost before be^touched the bed he was asleep. For three^years he slumbered. He did not^dream. He lived, but It was ^ Uvi^death. Many remedies were tried,^they did no good
Thestrangest thing about this mysteri^ous man is that in this period of three years^Harms woke every nuht of his own accord^about 12 o'clock, rose famished aad went^back to bed. Once every day be emerged^from oblivion and talked with his friends,^entered for a few momenta into the old^family life and then slipped away attain.^At tbe end of three years he arose from his^bed. but his limos bad grown weak from^long SI^s*. Us was able to tad
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Fora tew days he walked ^ ut in the^sunlight. For a few months be kept^awake. Then he felt tbe stupor come^upon him. His eyes grew heavy, his limbs^laden, and be sank down under the weight^of sleep. This time he has been asleep for^near y two years, but be does not awake In^the way he formerly did. He cannot rise^in bed, and it is plain that he Is gradually^sinking. Now he wakes only when be is^awakened. It has been suggested that be^Is in a hypnotic condition: that while his^body sleeps bis mind is living another life
DAIXYOTDEPEBTOExNT:: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNTVG. OCTOBER 3 1389
RawTon, Oc*. a,-Bar stiver. SB
Copper-v :W, firm | lake, October, $10.86.
Leadsteady, dull: doneattc 3 9A^.
TbebaUish tattling in the stock mar et was^quite pronounced taxs morning and on moder^^ate baatneaa ad ranrea were mad4 la carl; doallEg*^The bullish feeling was most pronounced tn Atch^^ison, an 4 K roeeone p-r cant, la the firct half^boor with the r-*t 'of the list folio*Inf. It was^then announced another half mlUK a sold had^been creeled for ass by the BeljiOBts and the^bnjtno wee rb'Cked. It was aeawrted the amount^won! I be m td^ ot^ $4,* 0,000 sad though tbete^was n-^ m-ana of reri ylng the eiory. It made a^badlm. re rl n aula reaction occurred 'n the^af'.er.'oon the re-overr too* place, ant all loeaea^were regain*-'! and ^ m^tt lns; more 1h^ monej^market ea*^ d off n atertellj In the las' hour an I^r .tea went down to 3 per cent, at which It cioaec.^The dose was ^p 1st and i'm at d aw to opening^B.uree. Tae list la generally adghUy hlgh-w thla^evening while sugar la up i\. Uovernmecta^dull and steady
Pe'rolenmwas very narrow to-day, opening^steady . t ^^ and decdned and dosed dull St !r^%
iMTWnftutiiDonna, as, 1*7, a^aa, iub*a^Nurtbsrs Pacific, ^^^,, pre.erred, 74*. ; Orearon^Improvement*Oregon .Nav gatlon, SI
Tranaronanental.^!V4: L'aton Pacific. Mk.
Money^*) call stringent ranging from ( to 14^ti ed Utt' Prime mercantile paper. Sh^^H^S*~rlinc ^rxchsetrr q itet, weak sixty day hlila. 1-4^^0*; demand, IftOTft.
^m.aw., Oct * -Cattle^rtec-IT wr, :^,norj:^higher for rood; others w^ak, rh^ ice to extra^beeve* ft v^at ^i: at era, %* OA 40 at/xkere aid^feeder-, Sl.Haas: Texae cattle, $1 5S4wMt86; West^^ern rxxgArs, 1U 40433 so.
HejgaHecei.ca, isnuO; weak, 10 to *^ cent^^lower: mixed, I4.Q4 10; heavy, $ii UU4J4 38. ligh ,^St. 1(XjH.85
Hbe.-KecetptA, a.rnv alow 10 cents lower^all aro'.i.n. natives |3 MVJjvt 3U: western, (3 MX*.^4 25; Texana, $3 ii* K
M .CatiO FhTODC J.^^ ^or a* . Ort. t ^1:15 p. m.^'^loae^ Wheat-^Lower; October 80*1; December. ^^-^^ : Msy, Mfc.^Ccra- rirm: October, SIS: Hit, 31H.^^^at^-fteadr; October, 1VH; May. i'V^Pork^Steady; October, $ 11. January, SD.ttViO^na
,-ardStearlv: October, J'^ Jannarr, *5 ^.
I thut Impurity of the blc-uo. which produces^u: -i^litly lumps or swellings k^ oeck,^wl.iih muses running sores on the arms^1-VS or feet; which develops ulcers tn the^eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or^nwntnt'ss; which Is tbe origin of pimples, can^^cerous growths, or '^ humors;^ which, fasten^^ing up ^ the lungs, causes cons.^ and^it'-.itli. It is the most ancient of.^ai*d very few persons are entirely b
Pytaktn ^ ITood's Sarsaparlllx, which, by
therem..livable cures it has accomplished,^bus proven itself to be a potent and peculiar^' r tt.Is disease. If }^U suffer 1MB^p r | ila, try II.*.'.. - 8arsaparilla
Everysprlns my wife and children bav*^ben tionlkd wi:ii scrofula, my little boy,^three ye n old. being a tern I.Is sufferer.^Last spthitf he was one mass of sores from^head to feet. Wcjill took Hood's SarsaparUla.^and all have been cured of the scrofula. My^MO^ boy is c: ; r.-ly free from sores, and al'^four of my cldltlrea look bright and healthy.^^W. B. A; ii. k i ..^^*, Passaic City, N. J.
Soldbyalldriit-.-ts. SI; alx forS-v. Prepared only^SfC.1 hood a t o., apothecaries, Lowell, Maaa
IOODoses One Dollar
Glove-Fittint Corsets Stili Ahead
ttr*now made with -ur
Toavoid discomfort^caused by th^ lapped^^aim, formerly used.
aperfect fit with^lute comfort now guar^antaed-
Moat Comfortable to the^wearer, and Cheapest for Quality.
LlM.liov,BaTrHBLLKR * TO.,^Succeaaora to IHOMSON. LaNQ jon a OC^New York,^aol x nAirrVACTras^A.
IR1NARY and RBCTAL DI8KASK8^A SPECIALTY.
ALady Assistant will be In constant^attendance at my office daring office
Hoarsfrom 10 to 12 A. If. and from 1^to 3 P. M.
Office,rooms 6, 11, 12. Helena Bus]^net* College. Sixth ave. and Main str.^Helena, Mont.
E.Q. LUN k
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
Cnitkd8tatb*, Canada and Kubop*^Mana^rer of the Montana Dlstriet,
R.T. GAINES HELENA
Officecomer 9th averm^ and Main Stxeec
Physici an 8o rgsoQ,Accx)acJisr, Ooclict^H-.d Aurist.
atsaa rrasdscu JlstUcal oi^lo^y, also^N-v%d.s sute tfadxcai Society.^OSVos^Parchsa'a d mx .tore, corner above MatB^--co rtroadw ,r. 3ntrance on Bruv'wav and Jack-^s i Helena, Moataca oaso'taxt^nt In (rermax^aai SnoOsk.
Uradaateof Ontario Venarlnary OnUaee.Turonxo,^Canada Treat* all dittosof Uoraee Caoxa^and Other Dumeetlr Animal* Dental and Surgi^^cal operatloaa carefully pert or-, ed. Calls D^^mall or telephone promptly attended to. Ottos^at J. a ZeMrler'a Llverr ^taMe. corner Wall anc^Cloee nunata. Helena Mnmt. Telephone U
ED.L. FLAHERTY,^XTTsl d erta kee
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attorneyand Counselor at Lai
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8.lie of Warrant a.
Sealedaropoonla for t: a parch tee at city war^^rants, haartxic ^ per cent In-areel, to the aaowat^of tlx thoasand doUara ^SS,Oeo.a^) will he n.eSiad^at my offlce, lis Rroadwav. aatU Monday, septem
bar30. ISBO, at 14 o'clock, mertdxaa
8.K Dt lULlB, City
ntohana,Stsn^I n Sv issa.
Uad omct at i^Helena Moau, Sept SDth, IMS t
NoticeIs h-reby cieen that the foll..eini named^aiinlaT has tied notice af his intention to make^anal pr^( in support of his claim, and thst aald^proof will b^ maie N^f. re re^ie'er and rsentvsr^of Helena, M. t, on Noeamber ted. ISM, txx:^Cyme Clapp. who made D. S. So. 9SSS. C.^B. x,flS5 tor the i^a, awls and ^^, swla. one^13 Anl ns eeV eec 14. Ip Kst.lw
Henames tbe folio^rtn^ eltneasea to prove hJs^uniMnaons rsoeaanrv t|^a ssr* raMvadoa, of said^^nf tU SdwteB Jnsseaof Chewtaat, SL T_^Chariae M Bpaalftlw, of Sv ClatT. M. T-. Tn^^as L liorhani. of St Ckalr. ^. T, Vofea a^at Passu at, M. T.
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Paid-TJpOsplUl^Surplus and Profits
OFHELENA.^Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
DesignatedDepository of ch^^unked States.
A.J. Davis.Vloe-PrwldeD I
T.H. KleinjcHyuDTAsst Casr.te:
8o. H. HillBeeoDf! Asst Ca^hicr
aT. Haoser,John C. Cart In,
AM. Holter,a S. Hamilton
SranviUsStuart, C. P. Hifrglns,^8. W. KnUtt, A. J. Davis,^T. H. tAJeinachmldt, Henry U. Parch^ti.^T. C. Poorer.
Gh-nrraJ BANKING Busing
IrarAeclef aVI^atraet : ^m ^ time .'epoaHc
Paidin Capita: -^Surpiut and Profits
LH. HERSHFitLD, FVl^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Prt r^AARON HERSHFIELDJVh
Q^*SOr ntMoffWI^THOMAS obusb,M. BA^ I^S,
aa. HUNT LIT,W. D ^.
a.t. davumom. ^fws y . rs
nah. H^r8hhxlo. A. Hf p K'-
Collections Receive Prcnj^Attention,
PurchaseGold and Silver 8u^^lion. Gold Dust aud Co'.va
Ir-terest/Viiowed on fVpf.^2 ^^I^eit iot a Specified Tiine
AGeneral Banking 3usiu..r^Transacted
ExchangeSoid on the Pr^nc5^pal Cities of Eur
WinterCloaks Just Received
AndSelling at ONE-THIRD their Valu; at
Seethem before tAhey are all sold. Bound to^be sold quickly at the prices marked.
KOHLBERGtfc CO.^No. 5, NorthZMain Street.
1EI. KM A, MONTANA
CNITKD8TATKS [^KP.18IT(IB*.^ua^itaIa (paid is) aaco.oco
L.6. Phslps, Vlc^-Pres. and Act. Cash'r^S. R. AtkinsonAssistant Cashier
A.^i. Clabkk, H Kim an Sanb.
H.K. Qaun. Pstkb Larson,
C.W. Cannon, B. C. Waixacx.
8.C. Ash by D. A. Coby.
PaidUp Capital, - - $75,000^Surplus and Profits - - 20,000
Iul*.. at Allowed on: Tina. Depoalta.
K.D. KD0KBT0N, T Pbksidknt^C. K, C0LK, : Vice-Pbksidknt^RB0R0K B. CHILD, : Cashieb^JOB X. KK.N'CK. : Assistant Cashikb
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFUBLBNA^lacsi poratext Under tne Uvi of aTcintana,
Paid-n Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAIiTKHVioe President
Allows6 per oent. lDtorest on Savinys^Deposits. eompoundeU Jannanr aad July.
TAKETHE SOiDNIO ROD IE
THE N O It T II W EST
MONTAN- A^CENTRAL M
POPULAR SHORT LINE
Helena.Wlchea, bouidar. Butt., Maniaviiia, Si.^Paul, Minr^aapolle. Chicago and^All Point. East.
NetOpen for Passenger Traffic
Butte,Helena and St. Paul
PalaceSleeping Cars,^Luxurious Dining: Cars,^Magnificent Day Coaches,^And Free Sleeping' Cars^For Second-Class Fassengera.
Safety,Cawfrrt and Cisjriny fa*^Qmr Patrons.
Itwill be th- gTeateet endeavor of th. mxnaoe^meat to r-.r. tralcs thro-irh Us Tins
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
IronPipe and Fittings
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware,
andall High Explosives.^1 13 WORTH MAIN STREET.
NORTHPACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION !
OpenaatPortland, Or., Sept. second Close. October 36, 18S9.
TheBuilding Contains Six and One - Half Acres
OfFloor Room, which will bs covered with interwtlns^ ninplays of svery^description from every section or the Northwent,
Afull line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Isnow being openecTat
Ladies'and Gent's Bathing Suits on 'sale^New Goods in every department being daih*^received. You are respectfully invited to call
KOHLBERG^ CO.^No. 5. North Main Street.
$250,000EXPENDED IN GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS!
Largestand Bett exhibit of FINK LIVE StOCK ever brought together on the Pacific^^oast will be made in the spa^-ionH grounds adjacent to the Exposition^Building from October 14 to 19.
LIBER4TI, THE FAMOUS CORNETIST,
Withfifty of the best musicians of New Xork, has been engaged at an enormous^expense to furnish mnsic during the entire exposition. There has been nothing^left undone to make this the grandest exposition on the Pacific coast. Reduced^rates of fare have been secured on all trannportation 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 inf^ rma^tton address NORTH PACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, PORTLAND, OR
JAS. MaxOmXaAN ^ CO.,
ILXDSS,PE^TS, PURS, WOOL, T ALLOT'
Ginsengand Seneca Root.^SHEEP PEETS ^V. FURS A SPECIAXaTY.
lOl.103 Si 1-k^ Roootj. St North.MINNEAPOLIS. Mil
Si.iprren'xSoucit-idWr.te for ^ irculara
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Curers and Smokers of
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURT
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, It.
WboicMavieact. H^tall ^^tM.l^;ra la
Heavy,Shelf St Buildif
m,^eei. Home and Muie Bbjtjs. Horse hhiit^dteei Naii., MM Suppiie*, BlackBmitb - %m*^Hrss Benin*. Tinner'a Stock, Force an^i Lm Ku
9mPipe aad Fitting talrmtHaT
*^.a^eatj tar sannnoWnni
'SUPERIOR and Famous aQQHf^Cooking and fieaung Stove*.
Ax-flW. O. Fisher a Olnoion^^t! Hot^! mac r*^:
WROUGHT IRON RANGE
Centenniai Refrigerator., loe Chests, Water CooItf^loe Cream Freezers, Wood *ud Wlllowware, eii.^and aueensware, English and Americas Cutlerj^Frenoh and American Mirrors, PlumberE 9^
Supplies,House FurnlstiJn* 9. ,
-^Ttn^,u n^mcu^l. isrtaxn ta^u ata txnwl th. lAaBWIWT ^c, .
vMLISAil 4I^ RETAU STQCC |]
or**,r^m in. o*~^^ MM.I ^^i a^.^. -^-^ aiiMti.. aaw tmmmm
CLARELECONRAD ^ CURTLK
Do8 not slack when exposed to the air as most all other^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite in character, and does not fill the room with soot
Askyour dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
^S. F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfliceMontana Central Depot.
CHOICEMILDLY CJRED MEATS,
inMontana and have 001
AllMoats of onr Sp^'Cir! Diamond R cure are packed^brand plainly hurue^l into the skin.
FREDST0L8A FUR CO.
178Wabash Ave., - Chicago.
SealGarments in N-w and Kxcloslre^designs, and pt^rfr^t in fit. Orders aud^meannrrs left at the Hf^na Corset and^Kid Glove Parlors will receive prompt^and personal attention.
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Allkinds of merchandise and otlw^freifrhts, lnclndlng ores, promptly tranr,^ferrod from depot.
Officeat J. Feidberg's Store and at li t^depot. Orders will receive prompt at-^Rntion
mi k. i rrn
Allpereona holrlne atock in the Montana Cool^comp arr are nottfled tfcat on tbe Snth day of Sep.^tern ^er. ;se^, al thA law ,ff-e of McCunseU, ^ lav.^berg a ^ araer In the dtr Helena, Montana terri^^tory , an election will be held at 4 o'clock tn the^afternoon for a board of director, and T rn.ta^ to^nerve for one ^ear
Piano,Flute and Singing.
No.108 Howte Street, or at A. P. Cnrttna Moaxc^Store, Belena Montana
raiaoik*ii rixti-f^sa^ iiuii, m. i
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Bexbum iKanok bvnVtxwo. D.lena, Hoauax, on^Thareda}. UrUi'wr In, InVCnt T:^ v ax.
Notceto stockholders^TVaaaooajd araoal meettnc of otock.olrer* of^the Carnowaa* KxncMmiax covjpanj win e held^al their onto la the ci'j af Helena on the 10th^j of OcAooar, at 2 p. n\.
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Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the city on short n nice^w ,.106 Bridge street, one door ..bove^M. R^^inla's.
aLnt, ... mo9
PAULSENi% M'CONNELL,^A HO TfT I T BOTE
rf#^ff Z'r-sttr to *nhrtictur+t Wort,^t ^-^ - oaf apaelflcattoaa drawn. Work npai^o^F1CB- Pltxebnre Ftork. Pe!ma. Montana.
PaulI A. Bictel,
U9HX. MAIN ST.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.
TheLargest Leading Hotel. Has the very Bee Aocom^modations in the city. Hates Bednced; $2 pe ay anl^upwards, according to location of rooms.
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
GILTS,15c Der roll; former price, 40o^20c ^ M- P ^ ' 50o
25c ** ^M^ 76o
AllPaper hun^ at the Lowest Prices.
112and 114 Broadway.
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
barlnzteened to. two apper Boon of th* DnrMoun I Jock and connected it aam. wilt ou^unmeno. aalenrooma, we now ootap, fom entire floura ezHHidlnK turonet tLs wbola Mocabom^jecAaon to Main .treet, ito-ked thrcaiiuont with good* of everj grade and at i rVe. that d*rV7t7KxX^*non. Kver, parehaee mode HTK1CTLY n^K CASH dAScTLT FhoS KlilJlT H^M^E^ahlpped inCAK LOAl^^ UH1.T. An examination of guoCt and on^porlooa of prl'li eoSelaitS/
PJAlMOtS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERCHADISI.
ITCONFORMS TO SHAPE O' r JO
If^m wtr.% perfection in ft wire ii eo^ ^ t*-m^OOrno ^'^i all O'scomfort jt^ ^ill alwaj ^ wen^2. Burt At Packard Shoe, it U aekno* i.a,.
O.th^ m -f rmr.';-wlr,,. and oma ^OX*
a^hue axle i t -r.e world
] riacU'.ta oil oomrt. at i
I, Of r.|^^oW Wor..
lla.Bon' and .^Maaoawoad Tour aoaram o*
PKktrWiField. Bro^^iiU' ffl I^PRr-D GAMER, Helena Went,
APOSITIVFFor LOST ^r FAxXCIO MINI 007^rilWl IITC Oca.rol aai MEaVOQS BEE^/^ITT T^ T Vfeakneaa of ^ ay aad Mia. SIti-^V^ KJ JO,JZt ofE-tot.erTiimi011.00.orTenoo^aanaw. Saoa. ^xrawow aa*. o.^.,-i. as,x.i. t.^^i ^ ^ ia.a wax a. i lai 10 ioi aq^a r.a-ra. aoni
.aaa.li.a.aeOjMOw Mono Tr.^ .T.a,T^ O.AA.U a. , .,.^On imk^ 47^^^^^^. Ti.ilml.i. mm* reriobw m^' aw Oll.le a^a. fA.1 ...leiilAv aa^ ..a-- ^ixai
-a.^~. ^^^,., na pU*Aai f ^ *r^i-.^ .
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
JLurhtand Heavv Harness.
Bits,Spurs, QTAlrte. Whips, Laahen, Blank-to. Sheets, DnsUrs, Bllekera, Nose Bacm^8wt^t Collars, Horse boots and all other goods usually kept .n a flrst^laaa har-^ness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel. Main St,. Helena. M. T.
ThePioneer ol the Grreat West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
IheOldest. Most Reliable Leadlni Flirt-class Hotel It, tl^ Tenltory
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
lAwaonma. Minora K.i:r^oo Oor.tm.tor. oria anOoroaO by low nfi In oon. Li Mj^^tmeawot, OWfeat ana Baa. e^ all nig*. on^laalaaa.
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
OBN8BAI,aaQHNTB, HBLBNA MONTiVNA,
Leaaenfor tbe foliowii^k^aoealled for at the Helen A,^on Oct. 81. in cailina^nay ^advertlord.
OKHTI.KAKH'S 11^Anderson, K.cbard Ackerm^Adams, J. J. Alt*-r^AUle, A. K AraMT^Ar^ue, (ie^ .rge g^.^Baker, William liirret^Batten, J. La, U U. ltowh^Bla k. Sam Bloom^Bird, Ben 9mtm^Bean, James BooUe,^Bo^nton, Uuy Braudr^' r a-a- K. R Kuabby^Butler A. S Buobaui^Borxeoe, John M Burke, '^Bullard, W. U Burn*.^BnrtoD, Jobn Brown,^Campbell, Dl K^Campoell. John S. Cahiltv^Caaioiao, JohnCarr. T
Cameron,E. C. Clarke-^Coloath, Cborieo H. r^wm^Cole, FrankCole. 0
Coons,Wilson H. Cowp. r.^Croaaeo, Jno. W. CuDimli^CurtU, U. S.Culm. C
Darliimton,Wm. Dahl, II^Day, Kobt. K.l^eas, E
Donatue, J. Dviiiali..^Doherty. James Haiiilos,^Dudley. E. At. Dunbar^En body, at Erukso^Evans, J. \| Karnur^Karrow. T. D. K^.hej.^Earrell, Cnaa. Kifher.^Fischer, Geo W. Kit r. u^Fielschman * Co. F^^ruiar^^Foran, Terry On.^Garrett, E C. liarr,-^Gabion, Ben].G ^rum.
Gardner.James Uellell.^Griawoid, J. 8. Gree:..^Krenache, D. Al. liumuu^HAl'qinst, August lla:-.^Hanaeoiu. K AII
llealey,Lawrence J lienneb^Ueiaaler, Cbaa. (2) Hotter,^Holland, Ben Howell,^1!'..!^ i) jt.bn Uaaary,^llutchinga,J W. Jo^Jacksttn, U. L.jarvi.. .
Jenann,Thomas Mm .^K -. . . t 'baa. Kenr:^iel^Kenny, J'et.-r S.K- ui.nl'.
Laodis.W. 1]La, .
i.Hk. JimLsai.it, i
Bianrhe,Mr. I awij. I.^Love, Edward L. Lounns.^Loud, ^ baa. II. LaMao, J^^Alahoney, Cornelius Mari n. (^Mart,ii. B UMili^ r ia
Millbolland,.1 1' Mi. i^Monroe, AlbertMor^au. .
M.nttt: Am,. Iv, \:.'
M'Carty, Jan.-. a M D^M. lloiiAld. \V A M. Inure.^Mclntyre.ri-.-js (2) Mela ^^MrLaiiKbnn, Cbaa. McMillan^McNair, Eu^^ ne L. AlcKow. r^Mryuade, Wm. J 2 Mr Vt y, I
Mcbols,Jesse J . Nlea.
Nifholsf.n.Jobuie N.idwl, ^i^Nolan, J. B. .\^^r^Ubrman. Andrew llalmer. I^fayne, EutfeneIVarae, .1
I'enabok.r,Walter lV;. r-. ^.^i':: .-r, v. 1. B.1'oweil. M
Poole.Kobt Af. I'rise. M^Pruden, J. RHonda ', 1
Kamsey,JohnKted, Cli u
He.ibeid.r. J.BkaaW, K
Kiibinson,All L. Kuber.i., .'^^Anders, W. B.oWanAaMB,
bandberii,C. G. ^boenlei^^Severanre, Chas. E. .Seerman,^bnider, W. T. tobubert.^.Mamil). John
Mtickler,Gilbert. (-Ji .s.ate, T, N^^uninierville, w. A. Taplm. (^Travis, A E. VanorAd^Wagner, Anion. M.D.Waiau, .
(^ Ward.J,^Vt esr. Kirk Wiiliaun^Wilsoc, Wm. II. Wlllr!'.^WillouKhby, W. William*^Wood, K. C.W^^^J, E
Woodnutl,W. L Younic, M
LADIKb'LIST.^Anderson. Mra T. M. Anderson,^Barns. Mrs. K. T. Dell W
Hiwater, Mrs. BunuasLer.
CtmpbellMrs. 1-teUy Alicia^Cailin, Mika Mettle Collens. Ma^D.-nnir. Mamie Denting. Mi^Dean, Mrs. C. T. Draper, Mr^Draper, Mrs. KredT. Dunbar, Mil^Dunlap, Mary E. K^ kits. Mis^Eastman, Mrs. J. D. Era knuu, M^roster, Mrs. Annie Bertha^Eoiey, Mrs. Bertha (lerhmann,^Grubb, Mrs. Katie Lizzie^lianler. Mias .Nett.e 11. ..rirkaon^Ida, 416 K'-ntnn ave. Laura^Jetlie, Mrs. K.Johns, Mrs.
Kelly,Mrs. M. E. Kelly, Mrs^Lane, Miss Alice Liuduian.^Lynch, Mrs. Wm. E.^Marshall, Mra. D W. Mnndick. M^Murd^h k. Mrs. J (2) McBroum, A^MrKerron, Miaa K.^Nelson, Mies Lina^Otteson, Mias Ctiris O'Brien, Mr.-^Kay, Mra John Keddinx;, Mr^Jioaa, J'atti i-i
.Smitli,Mrs. E.telle .stake, Mlaa^Ttinpson, Mis. Etta^Verveer, Miss Sadie^Weber, Miss Theres Williams, Ml^Wishu', Miss Mutie Wool, Kva^Wright, Mra Lue or Jno
Itis astonishing how rapidly U^and debilitated gain strengtu an^when taking Ayer's Sarsapariii^what are called ^broken-d^wn i^tlons,^ nothini^ else has prove 1 ...^as this powerful and perfn:tly sa^elue.
Therewas a terrible epidemic of^tary and bloody rlux in I'ope ru^llnois. last summer. As many^death* ^MCi.ri -d in u:i;. d*\^Walter Brothers, of Waitersburs^^80 bott.e, ..I C.u.r, C!..,;..ra ar .1^Keinedy (iuri-n this eiudeniu-^tbey never fieard of iU r.iiini: i-^wh^n the diri-r' ions wen toll^waalhtoi.ly iiodicine used thr .^tbe worat rases. Many i r-^cured by it after the doctors hanv.v^np. Twenty-hve and Ut cent bo^^ale by 11. M. 1'arcben At Co.
Bacai.na ama boj...
Thebeat salve In the world r^^brtilsea, sores, ulcers, salt rheun^aorc^, tetter, chap p.-d hands, c^coins, and all skin ^ ^ ptions, and^ly xrea pu**e, or M pay reoui^gti J-atite*! t.. .',v. ,m rfeet ^atlsf.
.OonchI and Couxtb 11 anil CotiKh^What tn the world is the reason^eough and keep roughing aii.J ^i^trying 'n.'er.-ir ui.-licin.-a whei^Cherry Cough byrup will poaiUvei^your cougu at on^ f ^ This la no^ing scheme, but as actual fact^guarantee It. for sale t^. all d^R. H. Hale A Co., whol^aarerla.
Agentleman who bad si.^noy acre ai.d pain from bi^had been treated by the I^without relief. sa^sthat tw^tarn's .Specific cured him s
Soldby K.^d retail agen'
ThroughLine baatwara^Via the Union Pacific and Cbtcag,^ton railroads. Through Pullman ^^are now mn between Cheyenne an^oago via Denver and Kansas City.
oAaritWins.^We desire to say Ui our citizens,^years we have been aelKng Dr. Kin^Discovery for Consumption, Dr.^vNew Life Pills, Bucklen's An
andElectric Bitten, and hi^handled remedies that sell as w
ahave given such un.^r We do not hesitate
1time, and w^ _^abw r*^^-hoar price, if aati^*facrory^do not rojiA.w titbit ua, i - rt^have won tnelr irr^i i^.|...i*.,r\^their una lla. R. S. iTaie A Co.; JrL
U.S.Public Sampling Co.
CityOffice Removed to Second National Bank.^Sample* and Assays Made of all Oree. Coneisrnme-rite Solicited^Samples of each lot Submitted to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
SamplingWorks at Northern^Take Attrtor Line WesC^^^
WBITKFOB TKKMS^Pacific and Montana Central
TelephonrNo. 71^rail row* junction
AaDEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
HarvestExcursion Rates^Tha Nortoern Pacific railroad w!^harvest eaenrsioo tickets fr. m Dulu^Paul and Minneapolis tn Helena and^ond return at one fare for tbe rouri*^(MX.80). Tickets will be sold on ;^and 'A), .SepC 10 and 2a. and Oct. n^treme limit tnirty daya ^u.p.^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.D. Elx.AU, G^J*I. Agt., He.^Chaa -S. Ebb. l*en'l. P A T. A. 8t
ClAaaanwrlala'aCoile, 1'hi.iara and^rtxcnw axwnnody.
Thismedicine can always ha d.^opoi, not only In the milder form^f^^- i^i infantum,^daily
iawSSBatSawaaaia.chen A Co.
dysenteryand choler^of many pereons, and^are saved by M each y
tiyear: It Is pi^For sale by H. M.
(WIr-Of B ^OWB F THB GKiii D CWNTBAL HOTEL
Asara Car* for fllaw.
Or.Kirk's Uermaa Pile Olntmenr^eared Blind, Bleeding and Itching^when all other ointments have fail^absorbs the tumors, allays that r^^nee, acts as a poultice, gives '^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile C^prepared only for piles and Itching
eras*parts, and nothing else,^is warranted, bold by llfj^^Swat by mall on receipt of price, 50^sad if per box. Sold by B. 8. Hale