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FROMTHE COUSTY
L-wisand Ciarke Returns
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indent ^f public instruction, t
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1-6- i\^.t. IW: K*^t^ i'- s^; K.-'- ^^K.o.Deou, 151. Stewiueia ^%^^jjjsi Dieiric. .ludifi-: Hunt, la^,^^^^ 5:i^-rB: IVCutup. li: J.lt-r'.-^K .bibawtb, ls-i. Cirrk awl I. -^^^,.,...^, iu; i.jlor. J-O; l-..:rrr^UeBfurn: Uaraen. Hd; F^IK,^l.ir. s. A^-^^-^r: It ^ ^eit, .10; ' '^^^w. ker. I^^- CoLUiy Attotijrj: u^lV V-ian. XSL Cierk Di^.i^-t UMTtj^bean. 1^. CUrae, 217: rtaaoo, lo. ^ .iuut
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VSHeeler, i* Comuir: \ o.ie..lUS, J13. tlaa^keil 17 K K knjac. 155. Couaty ^^ ive^u:^Mar^ii, 150; Mcluljie, 10; A a^le, B^lice ^,l peac: luiii.^r. t f .^^ ^^^^Hi.yt 2ln; O lijuu. li. ^Jaj; Ac^.J, 5: Aooit-^luau 141 Cou-taM : CL-ii':.er. li^;^C .-ary, 157; (iek-eniueier, M; QJirk.
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fKtiWBCt HO. 2.^H^pr. m iit^u^r: Carter, 107; Mak.nnix.^117. Uo^rri.or: I'owir, W5: IikjI.. 13d^1... utel Ml B -veruor, Ci^lil^l., 117; K Ml^aril*. It* !^^^^ reury c,f Stale: i^;i.*ne,^111 aVAWktt,Mtl A.u.rn'^ lientra;: H^a^KrV. 104. |1 ^^ ia^B. 1M slate lie_rurti:^^ u Haw, N^; It.rauiau,Stale A iUllor:
r'r^ laiU, 117: K.ut.e^, 106. SujjeilUte.i^urbl y-t l ubltc luatmcil u: Uu.ui l, 103:^Kji*,1, 11V CI.u l Juat.ce -uprciue Couti:^U:ake, 104; DliWaMe, llii. A^-iKlate^Juaii^ ^ ^..pr, uir OawtV liicklurd, Uw; IV-^Wilt, lOii: Atu^ataMal, 11^; H^.v. .1. 102.^I .era ut ,^upi. ...o CVur^: Ci.pe. 115; Ken
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Iteain. 110; Uuiba, 10V: Coawly, 110. C r^.^V4. ttnnr. ^V. B44MU, ^; ii ^.),hy,^k^-^ !^ . ^^'^; L^ k ^... lo7: aiaiiix, M); rM-trtf^111; nawJt, 105: kaawka*, B: Uw^K .uiii.-i.u, SO; a.tiuuit /, 1d7; A'aliace, 113^Uieli.il .luu|i^.: liuut. h3; bHeit^.*. 100^^ er .' u-Cauip, 4; J.llei'.j. Iu5; R^Ur-^Uaufii., W* ^ MHtaaM tw uiUii: i'e if, 5;^layn.1, H5: lo- kei, 104. t' .unlj trr *^urt r: ilai l. n, 102; Ku k, 114: iu^...... 3
i: uu;y awaawMt: rtukeii, U5; rthaat,a;^A'aiker, 103 Couniy awMawai: Haaiatl,^WW. an, 117 Clerk ol Mw)^a1lli^I C^M^viW: i ...a.. 114: Was'.u, X C.iuu'y^couiiiiiMiionerf.: Ut ac.t. 5: ttr ^hi., 5: tiuriic^Ki; L'dffeiton, 111; llo^ai. 103: Ilu..ur, I^KaiMi.t, H-. rawcaawraSb, M; vvn.ei r. Mi^i' .blic auujinirtratx. : PMaai 114; Bakt,^IM; Sli-ne, S OkwAHJ nupefuil) Uc. ut el
awkwait:ciAiki-, ys; rafawaw. 111; Hi.iviir.^V Coiuutt: ri.ileum.-, U7; tiawkeilj 3:^K'ickuiau, 'M C,.udi^ marym: M^m ,^^5; M ... ^i.,3; V\.de, Ii5. ju- icei I tin^pawar: Kieiacui i. V^4: lluyt. Hi; i*'l^oa-^ueii. Hi: Ai^uo, 5: Hu duiAii. Mi i m..- .^ble: l_iiaQd.' r. s: l .eA'.i, '.*5: Ui^er.uiee ,
104:Hi art. lo7; If a fcain. H; iT^^a i.
etttii.M i no 3.
Kepr sei '.any.: CatwtT, 121: Mt/inms^102. ^i. vein, r: I'.iait 117; Iwwka, 111.^LleuU-uauTK'iV'ri ^ i: (. ..mad, '.^5; Ku k^arils. VUi ,Seci.-lar^ i^I uta.i : tiiu*.;r, V*3.^Kotwilt, 135. II llnriiwj m^N' LasLeii,^120; fWavWaktaWi 107. au- tr^ aatir. . : cm^iin^. '.^s, ii.^Kiii.i , I.n Male auditor:^KiUjjeiaid, '.^'^; K. ui ey, 123 supe int. n^drui Hi puoi.i* :u^.iii ii.iu: tialiui. ., 1.3.^Kusaell, ln2 Clin I ju^uce supienu cuurt.
ii.ake, l^s. 1). A n 1 . '..3 A'f. , ia;e jukll e^Bupreun onWfi: Hi kio.il, 103: l^eVV i.i, 124.^AruiBiniUK. Iu2; llarwo. ^', 122 C'icik ^.|^aupri-ui. i uufi : Cop,*, V*7. aVaWapwajr, 127.^Mate BVUalUi : Urd^rS, 1-1, McC.i'.ii i'll, VT2^M^ir ti p.^ si ulalivea: H, ach, VlV; Bar. ..^W; coiui), lol; Cory, 125; liu.urr, lis.^Jlur.-ky, 111; liu^e^, 117; k ^ le, II^. I. .^^au, to; Mai.ix, 110; Pee.ir, V5; PlfcX, wa;^Kalaluu, 13; :...--. 106; IM H a,^10V: ^l^ luiui-z, 101; V\alla*e, lul^r ..1 dis net jua-(e: lluut, lift; tjti.'ii in, M.^Mieritf: DeCamp, 14; JtHerin, 17a; Kunr-^tiauiiu. ^7 Clerk ami recorder: 1 r^:.^. lo.^la^iur, ^3: luuker, 133. Couniy treoaur. t .^I'.ii a n, 123: Ku.a, Kt; Taylor, V. County^aaceaiHir: aweaWJkk, Va; I'riert, H; Walker.^123. Count) MaWawaj :112; No'an,^110. C'.erk r.istr.cl ci.urt: Beau, 124:^Clarke, Vi\ v\ aoiiii, 7. County coraiim,^kioneia: lh-acL, 10: Blown. V; Buriu, 111^K'JKerl.'U, MS; uuxan, ^7; lluuier, 12^Kaagb-, ^^1: iui iubuiK, 120; W heeler, 114^1'uUnc n.uuiiLi.-tialii: IJavia, 97; EUtt^115: Stone, lo. County auperiuienut ui^at-noola: Clarke, 102: 1 uruley, 10H; Heeler.^15. Coroner: Kolieuiua, VI; tiuakell, 14:^Kockuiau, 11^ County -surveyor: Mamn^US Mclul^ie, 11: Wade, tfV. Junuce i t^the peace: Connor, 10; Kieircber, 116^Uoyi, MS; c^'D. uuell, SO; A'ood, 14: Woufl^man, 121. Conalab.c: Cbandier, 14^Cleary, 11M; Ue^fei.nii It r. 7^; Quirk, 82,^Kicbards, 106: VNonu, lv Kor n . .1:, , .^l^i; axa.ust cougtituuuu, 7.
PKti1sct NO. 4.
Rrpreaentative: Carter, 175. Magicntt-^147. trt.veruor: Power, 146: Time, Bt,^Ln utenanl governor: Conrao, 161: Kirk^ardf. 171. Secretary of slate: Brown, 147^Ki'twiU. ITS. Attorney general: liaskc;.^17-' IVniberton. 151. S^^te treasurer. Col^lins, 143: Htckman, 177. State Auditor^Kiiztferaid, 153: Kinney, 169. Supeiintend^. -t of public instruction: (ir-. n. W^K ia^ .,156 '*! ' ' JwatV supreme courl^Bake, ltsl: DeA'oite, IS*. *a^^ciate jus^t.c* aupreme court: llicklord, 160; IX*W lit^169- Armiitriiu^. 153; tiarivood, 166. Clerk^o- 'auoreuie cun: Cope. 147: Kenmdy^172 wate aenator: Hedge^, 163: Met. no^^-^.ll 16S State repr, aecfative: Br^cn^140-^ Burn*. 134; Com:v. 146; Cory, 15^^Hotter, 158: Honk v. 162; Hi^^ey, Mi^Keefe 163 l.otfan. 12V: Mauix. 151: Peel^ISO: Pi i'M. 134: Kaiston, 22: Kiggs. 143^Koi'inaon. 151; ^i^mmetz. 13V: Wa.l.v^145: Hunt, 154: Sbelton, 113^SnerifT: DeCunp. ^. J. fferii^. 181. K .lir^bai.gL, 123 Clerk and recorder: Peels. ;^Taylor. 137: T-^ker. 172 County trea^nret: Baroen, 176: Folk, 155; Taylor,^County ac-esaor: Bickett. 149; Pries-.^Wsik.-r, 1^5 County at .v ey: Bal le^186: Xoiar. 150 Clerk ^li^'rict court: Bean^165: Clarke, 1SV; Wi*^. 7 County com^^iiAaionera: Beach. 9: Brown. 5: Burn^^153: K.tgertoo. 141; Hogan. 1S4; Hunter. I^Knight, 14-^: l'boruburg. 152: Ab-e'er. 15;^P blic a-.n.in a rtt 'T: Davis. 1S4. BUM^168; Stone, 8 County ^uperinte:..|e-t^w-boob: Clarke, 155: Turniey, 146;^Wbeeier, 14 Cor ner: Folienius. U8:^Haakell, IS: K .-k'nau. 171 C.-umy tor^vev.r: Mi ^., 157: Mclmvre. 7: Wid-.^14^ Jus :.^.^ of tu.' p-^ e: Connor. 1 ^^:^F.eiacber. 168; Hoyt, 128; OT^ Dnell. 128;^A ood. 7; ^i-od;uao. 157 Constable: Chan^rtler. 12: Ceary. 152; Oegenmeiir, 181:^U rrk, 1S6: K'rhards, 14a; WoikIs. 8. Kor^e^uatitution, 194: agar st constitutioD. 11.^prkc1sct so 5.
Kpre-: n'aiiv . Carter 94; Magtnn!*.^102 Governor: Power. 84; ri^^le. lit;^Lieut^n^nt goverr.or: Conrad. 93: R!^k-^arda 104 S -.r-tary of state: Browne. VI;^K ^twitt. 104 Attorney general: lists* 1.^91; Pemberum. 10S State trevurer: i\,l-^lina, 100; Hickiuao, 95 -state auditor: Flt*-^irarald, 101, K noey. 94. SuptT nten ie^t of^piiblie instructior: Uannon, 94: Kussi-I,^102 Chiof Justl^^ supreaa* eoun: Biake.^w. DeWoite, 97. Asaoctate justice si-^premi court: Bi-kford, 98; DeWitt, 9^-^Armstrong, 104; Hvwood. 90. Clerk -^f^supreme couri: C ^; -. 102; K-onedy. i^^State senator: He-igea, V4: M -Connell, 99^Reoresentartvea: Beacb, 106; Burns, 102;^Comly, 97; C wy. 92; Holt^r. 88; H^r.ky.9.;^.1 ,.v. ^5: -v-vi , L^gan. 94; Man x.^84: ^eeler. 87: Prieal.HS. R^i^f-n l^|r'*w^.^82 KobtDM.n. 84: st^tna^**x 101; Wallar-e.^102. D stri. -judge: Hun*. 96: Meiton, 86.^si.er.lf, DtCantp. ^; Jrll^^^a, 9b;
naueb.88. Cierk and K-eorder: Peeta. 6^r 92: Tooaer. 97. County Treasurer:^Barden, 91; Folk, 18: Taylor. 6 County^.. r: Bickett. 90; Priest, V: Wa ker.^. ^ untv Attorney; Ball let, 89; Nolan.^. . ( -rk District Court: Bean, 89; Clarke.^V4* SVima, 7. County Commissioners:^IP-'arh. 11: Brown. 7; Burns, 79; Elgerton.^^1 lingaii. 92: Hunter, 9: Knight, 108;^Tborrbunr, 87; Wheeler, 74 Public Ad^1 -tra'or: Davia, 95: ^ lis, 86; Stone, 10^County Superintendent Schools: Clarke.^wV Turnlev. 98; Wheeler. 8. Coroner:^^ ma, 88; Hacked, 9; Kickman, 92^( , tv surveyor: Marsh, 89; McLttyre.^11 Wade, 93 Justice of the Peace: Connor.^7 Kl-ischer, 99; Hoyt, 87; O'Donnell, 90.^^VV rfrf. 6; Woodman. 81. Constable:^-r. 9: Cleary. 88; Oegenmeier, 84.^Quirk. 90; Kichards, 81; Woods. 11. For^co: stitulion, 103; against constitution, 12
PKiCISCTho. 7.
Bpresen' xtive: Carter, 126; Mafrinnl*.^w3 G -vernor: Power, 124; Toole. 99^I,., u'enant-governor: Conrad, 88; Rick^at is. 189. Secretary of state: Browne, 89;^!; t*itt. 137. A'mrney general: Haskell.^!' i'ib^ rton, 96 State treasurer: Col^il Kuan. 142. State auditor:^filiaiaaM. 87; Kinney, 124. Supetlntet.^ralent ot public instruction: Gannon, 130:^;u-^aeil. 90. Chief j istlce supreme court:^Bat-- 143; Dr^ Wolfe, 79. Associate justice^supreme court: B ckiord. 84: DeWitt. 135:^vrm-tr mg, 88; Usxwood. ISO. Clerk M^^uureme c^iurt: Cope, 83; Kennedy, 136^state s nator: Hedges, 130; M l^.^i!o 1 , 87^r.presentatives: Beach, 89; Burns.^88; Couily, 90; Coty, 181; Hmter. 133:^...... .1.4. 11 .wey. 126. K-efe. 120. 1.
t:an,^4: Jaanix. 121; Peeler. 76; Prieat, 73:^13; Riggs, 116; Robinson, 121:^MS, 81; Wallace, 89. D^s^rict laMsje: Hunt, 128; Sbelton, 174^sheriff: DeCamp, 6; Jefferis, 128, R-.nr^^^ugh. 8* Clerk aav* recorder: Peers, 5;^Taylor, 86; Tooker, 136 County treasurer:^tiarden. 130; Folk, 88; Taylor, 5. County^.s-essor: Bickett, MS; Prieat, 9; Walker,^l 1 County attorney: Balliet, 111; Nolan.^104. Clerk district oouri: Bean, 132:^Ciarke, 77; Wason, 7. Connty commission^r^: Beach, 12; Bmwa, 7: Burns. 114; E4-^-^ ^ n, ^7. liogan ^1 liuu'.r. 6; Kuigbt,^'.us; 1 riornburgh, 111: Wheeler, 114. Puh-^,ic administrator: Davia, 84; Kins, 121:^^^or.e. 10. County superintendent ot^-ihools: Clarke, 109: Turniey. 101;^Aheeler, 10. Conine-: Follenlus, 81; Has-^iell, 10: R K-kraan, 131 County surveyor:^Marsb. 118. Mcinlyre, 7: Wafle, 94. .Ins^^ of the peace: Connor. 7; Fleisber. 133;^Hoyt. 73: O Donnell, 79; Wood 10; Wood^.1 'ii. 11V Constable: Chandler. 12; Cleary.^in: Ge.enni'-ier. 73; Quirk, 80: Richards,^117; Wood. 10. For constitution, 138
i'becisctho. 8.
Bpresen!^tive in congress: Carter 100,^Ma^innia 98. Governor: Powtr 101,^103. Lieutenant-governor: Con^rtrt 103, Rickards 97 Secretary of state:^,r a.eV. R-.tw tt 103 A'torney genera :^lia keil V2, Pembertou 106. State tre^s^^rer: Collins 103, Hickman 95 State^auditor: Fitzgerald 103, Kinney M. Sup^-nn'endent ot public instruction: Gannon^H, Bussel 103 Chief justice supreme^ouri- Blake 98. DeA'olte 98 A^s^.ci^te^i--.ee -upreiue court: Bicktord 102.^AUt V.. Armstrong 107, llarwiul 91^1 erk of supreme ci-uri: Cope 102 Keu^nedy 95 State senator: Hedges 97. Mc-^i'onneil V7 State representatives: Beach^u.|. Burns 88. Comly 98, Cory 90, Hoit- r 8V.^Horsky 92, Howey 86, K-efe 81,^B gan 94, Manix 82, Peeler 88,^Pritwt 84. RaUton 14, Riggs 78.^K ibinsou 82. Sleinm -'z 92. Wal.ace 96^-.rieriff: DeCamp. 6; Jtffens. 100; Rolir-^:iaugb. 90. Clerk and recorder: Peeta, 4;^ray lor, W2: Tooker. 99 County 'reasurei:^Barden, 99; Folk, 96; Taylor, 4. Count^^assessor: Bickett, 100; Priest, 6; Walker.^VI County attorney: Balliet, 91; Nolan,^liri Clerk district court: Bean, 98; Clarke.^'.^3; Wason, 4 County commissioner-:^Beacn, 5; Brown, 6; Burns. 76; Kdgerton.^loo; Uogan, 89; Hunter, 7: Knigh^, 103:^l uornburg, 80; Wheeler^ 72 Public ao-^t|.luistrator: Davia, 97; Kills, 88; Stone, 8^County superintendent schools: Clarke.^^6; Turniey. 98; Wheeler, 8. Coroner:^ho..emus, 97; Haakell, 7; Rockmau. 91^C unty surveyor: Marsh, 91: Mclntvrc, I;^Wade, 97. Justice of the p^-*.ce: C.nnor^6; Fleischer, 100; Hoyt, 83; O D.innell, 7V;^Wood. 7; Wu-.dmsn.K2. Cousiabl-: t'bsn^dler. 11; Clearv, 88; )ieg^ nmeier. 84; Q ink.^^3: Ricnards, 84; Wood.V. For cousii uliol,^116; against constitution, 7.
ninthpkkcinct.
Representativein congress: Carter, 121:^Maginni*. 122. Governor: Power, U;j;^route, 134. Lieutenant-governor: Cou^rad, 128; R ckards, 120. Secretary o! staU :^Browne, 115; Roiwitt, 127. Attorney -gen^^eral: Haakell, 122; Peniherton, 115. stale^reasurer: Collins, 117; Hickman, 122.^S ato auditor: Foz*erald. 124; Kinne),^116 Superintendent ut public instruction:^U.nni.u, 119. Russell. 123 Chief justice^supreme court: Blake. 128: DeWoite. 114.^Associate justices supreme couri: B.ck-^ru, 11V; DeWitt, 118; Armstrong. 116;^Harwooo. 120 Cierk of supreme couri:^C.-pe, 118; Kennedy, 120 State senator:^lleuges, 122; Mc-Conneli, 114 State repre^^sentative,.: Beach, 107; Burns, 102; Coml^,^101; Co v, 108; Hotter, 112; Horsky, 99;^Howry, 98; Keefe, 102; Logan, 98; Manix,^Ml; Ptto r. V3; Priest, 97; Ralston, 23;^Kiggs, 90; R.binson, 108; Stein^.... ,z. HH; Wallace, 109. Distru t^idgi : Hunt, 112; Sheltou 96.^shtiiD: DeCamp, 12; Jtffens, 122; R-i.t-^SMCtk, 102. Cierk and recorder: l'eets,^1: l ay lor, 109: l ooker, 117 County Ueas^1 ei: Barden, 118: ITolk, 114: Taylor, 9.^^uMy hssetaoi: Bickeit, ll7; Pri--st, 13:^A'aiker, 109. County attorney: Balliet,^lo; No an, 121. Clerk district court: Bear,^107: Ciarke, 115: A'ason. 13. Count) com^11' -loners: Beat . 15: Brown, 16; Burns,^100: Eng. Hon, 111: Uog^n, 105; Hunier, 14:^Kmght, 118; luoruoutg, 99; Whee.er, 99
blicauminiatrator: Davuv, 115; K^I06; Stone, 18. County superintendent^sctiools: Clarke, 101; 1 urnley, 116:^A heeler, 19. Coroner: Foilenius, lt8;^iiaskelt, 19; Roekman, 113 County sui^v.m t: Marsh, 110; Mclmyre, 14; Want.^117. Justice of the peace: Connor, 15.^Fleischer. 113; Hoyt, 100; U Dunnell, lu-2;^Wood. 13; A'oudman, 99 CoLstabli :^handler. 18; Cleary, 108; Gegenmeir, 102:^Qjirk, 109; Richards, 102; Woods. 16. Km^constitution, 135; against conatilu'.ioa, 11.
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5E DALLY INDEPENHDENT: HELENA, THTJKSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3 I88^.
supremeWitt, i_v
Asaoela'ej nstice^Rick ford. 76; De-^juatiee supreme^^^^urt- 6 J^ears Armstrong, 81: H .t^^^.^km Clerk of snpreme coon: Cope, 77:^Kennedy, 125 State senator: Hedges. 119.^McConnell 75. State representative-:^Beach. 94; Burna, 98; Comlyrh; Cory, 76:^golVrau10,; Uort*y. 104; H-.wey. 102.^it ^ S: i-^,L*n,1 ,(J0; M^^^lx. ^1, Peeler,^99, Priest, 6., Ralston. S7; Riggs 93 Kobin-^-on, 118; steiumeiz, 66; Wallace, 74 D^^^trict judge. Hunt, 99: Sbelton, 67^8her ff : DeCamp, 10; Jefleria, 115: Rohr-^baugh. 70. Cierk a^ ' reeordei: Peets.^9; Taylor, .5: Tookty 114. Connty treaie^urer: Harden. 118: Folk, 80 Taylor, 8^County KMM Bickett, 67; Priest, 8:^vtaiker. 12 County attorney: Balliet.^H!; S.^}Wt' C^^rk diatrtct court . Bean.^118; Clarke, 74; Wason. 7. County Com^mis-loners: Beach, 10; Brown, 8: Bums.^Ill: Edgerron, 6.; Hog an. 6V: Hunter, 8;^Knight, .5: Thornburg. 99, Wheeier, 87^Public administrator: Davia, Hi; K lis^!^: Stone, 8. County superintendent^schools: Clarke. 110; Turniey, 82 v^ heeler.^11. Coroner: Foilenius, 78; Haakell, 9;^B f-kiuan, 114 County surveyor: Marsh,^112; Mclntyre, 10: Wade, 73.
Bickett,democrat, though Mr. Walker^at one time gave up tbe fight yesterday^afternoon.
Itwas thongbt for a while that Clark-*^was elected clerk of the district court but^later returns give Bean a majority of 15a^Clarke concede* his opponent's election.
Althoughtbe vote for county attorney la^close returns show C. B. Nolan elected by^seventy-five maj r ^ i . -rrr- r.-t^ are^to be beard from and Mr. Balliet claims^that tie ia elected.
Thelegislative Mcket as far as reports*!^gives the following result: B^ach, 2.464;^Burns, 2.428; Comly. 2.S70; Cory. 2 414.^Holter. 2.S91; Horsky, 2.433; Howey. 2 851;^K-efe, 2 2^2: Logan, 2.314: Manix, 2.237:^IV-ier. 2 23.^.: Prie.t, 2 162: Rigg*. 2 180;^R b cson, 2.311; Stetnmeti. 2 806; Wa.lace,^411. From these figures it will be seen^Beach, Burna, C- oily and Wal ace, demo^^crats, aud Cory, Holter. Horsky and^Howey. republicans, are elected.
NORTHERN PAClriC ACCIDENT,
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Repreaentative:Carter, 126; MaginBts.^99 Governor: Power, 118; Toole, 109^Lieutenant-governor: Conrad, 95; Rick^srds, 182 Secretary of state: Bro*ne. 92;^Rotwitt, 132 Attorney general: Haskeii,^122; Peiuberton, 103. State treasurer; Col^ins, 89; Hickman, 136 Stale auditor:^Fitzgerald, 93; Kinney, 133. Supennten^ter.dent of public instruction: Gannon,^14; Kussell, 104. Chief justice supreme^court: Blake, 133; DeWoite, 98. A-^justice supreme court: Bicktord, 119; De-^A^tit, 118; Armatrung, 116; Harwooo. 120^Clerk ot supreme court: Cope, 118; K-n^nedy, 120. State senator: Hedges, 131;^McConnelt, 91. State representative-:^Beach, 98: Burns, 96: Comly, 89: Cory, 126:^Holter, 124; Horsky, 128; Howey, 12s;^Keete, 122; Bogan, 93; Manix, 121: Peeler,^80; Priest, 84; Ralston, IS: Rigg-, 115; Rob^luson, 126; steinme z, 9V; Wallace, 94^District ludge: Hunt, 117; Sbelton, Ml^sberttf: DeCamp, 9: Jetferia, 127: Rohr-^^augb, 88. Clerk and Recorder: P.-els, 3:^Taylor, 85; Tooker, 131. County treasurer:^Bamen. 120; Folk, 94; Taylor, 8. Count)^-s si- r Bickett, 100; t'rieat, 6; Walker,^120 County attorney: Balliet, 122: Nolan.^100. Clerk latrict court: Bean, 129;^C ark-. 90; Wason, 6. County comi.. ^^sinners: Beach, 7; Brown, 6; Bums, 122;^Kdgerton, 92; Uogan, 83: Hunter. 8; Knik-ut,^104: Thomburg, 119; Whe-ier. 118. Public^administrator: Davis, 85; Ellis, 122 stone,^12. County superintendent schoo.s: Clarke,^112; Turniey, 9b, Wheeler. 10. Coroner:^Foilenius, 82; Haakell. 16; R-s-kman. 121^^ 'cunty surveyor: Marsh, 117; Mclntyre,^6; Wade, 98. Justice ^f the peace: Con^^nor, 5; Fleischer, 124: Hoyt, 79; O'Donnell.^78; Wood, 8; Wooomai.. 123. Constable^Chandler. 11; Cleary, 110; i, genmeier, 80^Quirk, 87: Kicbards, lit; Wood, il.
PRECINCTNO 14.
Representative: Carter. 186; Maginnls.^109. Governor : Power, ITS; Too^. 122.^Lieutenant Governor : Conrad, 103; R.ck^^ards. 190 Secretary of State : Browne,^w: Rotwitt, 193. Attorney General : Has^keii, 184: Pembertun, 110. State Treasurer:^Collins, 106; Hickman. 189 State Auditix:^F.'r^eraid. 104; Ktnney. 192 Superintend^ent ot Public Instruction : Gannon, 178:^Kussel, 110. Chief justice supreme court:^Blake. 19U; DeWolfe. 47. Associate juatice^supreme court : Bicktoid. 108; DeV\ itt. 184^Armstrong. 106: Uarwood, 187. Clerk of^supreme court: Cope, 100: Kenner1)-, lvl.^state senator: Hedges, 182: McConneti.^111. State representatives : B-ao\ 101;^Burns. 107; Comly. 109: Corv. 17-S; Holter.^173 Horsky, ITS: Howey. 170; Keete, 167:^L -gan: 100: Manix. 160: Peeler. 108; Priest.^93: Ralston, 21: Riga*^, 162: Robinson. 165:^s-einmetz, 108: Wallace, 103 Dis^^trict judge: Hunt, 168; Sbelt-n. 90^^her ft: DeCamp. 7; Jefferia. 181: Rohr^baugti, 96. Clerk and recorder: P eta. 10;^Taylor, 102; Tooker, 181. County treas^urer: Baraen, 189: Folk, 100: Taylor. 6^County assessor: Btcketr, 110; Pneet, 16:^Walker, 178 County attorney: Bailiet,^169; Nolan, 118 Cierk district cour : Bean.^191, Claike, 94: Waaon. 8. County com^missinners: Beach. 9; Brown. 8; Burns,^180: Edgerton. 99: Uogan. 95; Hunter. 11:^Knigb'. 114: Thornburgb. 166: Wheeler.^170. Public administrator : Davis. 101; El^^lis, 178; Stone, 11. Connty superintendent^ot schools: Clarke, 172; Turnlev. 107:^Wheeler. 18 Coroner: Kotlenius. 96; Has^^kell. 16; Roekman, 178. Connty surveyor:^Marsh. 171; Mclntyre. 110: Wade. 9. Jus^^tice of the peace: Coanor. 9; F.ctscber.^1M; Hoyt. 90; O Donnel1, 96: Wood, 10:^Woodman. 177. Constable: Chandler, 15:^Cleary, 173: Geg-nruei-r. 94: Quirk, 99'^Richards, 166: Wotsl, 10.
PRCCINCTno. 16^Representative: Carter, 130; Maginnis,^81. Governor: Power. 124: TiK^le, 96.^Lieutenant governor: C.-nraa, 76. R ckards,^133. Se retar. of state: Bruane, 72. Rot^^witt- 181 Att ^rney general: Haskell.^119; pemoerton, 86. State trea*urer: Col^^lins. 78: H.cktnan, 124. State auditor^Fitzgerald. ^2: Kioney, 121 Superuitend-^ent of public lnstructiun: Gannon, lis^nillll, 88. Chief j
pkkcinctno 23.
Memberof Congress: Carter, 9; Msgin^nK9 Governor: Power. 8; Toole. IS^Lieutenant Governor: Conrad. 12- R'cn-^ards, 8 Secretary of State: Brown, II;^R twitt, 8. State Treasurer: Collins, 12:^liickiuan, 9, State Auditor: Fingeraiu^10: Kmne^. 10. Attorney-General: Has^keli, 9: Pemberton. 11. Superintendent ot^Public Instruction: Gsnnon, 11; Russell.^9. Cnief Justice: Blake, 10; De Wolfe, 10^Associate Justice: Five years^Armstrong.^11; Harwood, 10 Associate Justice: Seven^jears^ Bickford, 12; DeWitt, 9 Clerk of^Supreme Court: Cope, 11; Kennedy, 9^District .tudge: Hunt, 10: sbelton, 8^Clerk of District Court: Bean, 9: Clark. 10:^Wason. 1. Senatur: Hedges, 11; McCon-^nell, 10.
PBkCINCTno, 24.^R-presentative: Carter, 9: Maginnls, 16.^Governor: Power, IS; Toole, 14 Lieuten^ant-governor: Conrad, 18. Riekards, 9.^secretary of state: Browne. 15; R -twitt,^11. Att-irney general: Haakeil. 11; Pern^berton, 16. State treasurer: Collins l*^Hickman, 10 state audit/*: Fitzgerald^16; Kinney, 10. Superintendent of public^instruction: Gannon. 11; Russet, 16. Chief^justice supreme court: Blake, 14; De Wolfe,^IS. Assisriate justices supreme court^Bickford, 16; DeWitt, 9: Armstrong, 16;^Harwood, 10 Clerk ot supreme tour^Cope, 12; Kennedy, 12. state senator:^Hedges, 11: McConnell, 14. R-pre-en'^-^tivis: lieach, 16; Burns. 16; Comly, IS^^ ir^, 8; Holter, 9; Horsky, 12; Howey^Keefe, 9; Logan. 15; Manix. 7; Peeler, 14
PKKCINCTNO SO.
Representativein Congress: Carter, 14S:^Magu.nis, 104. Governor: Power. 13V;^Toole. 116 Lieutenant-Governor: Conrad^101; Rickards, 146 Secretary ot S'ate:^B.owne, 102; Rotwitt, 142 Attorney Gen^eral. Haskell, 141; Pemberton. 105 State^ii-a.-i.r-r: Collins. 103; Hi^-kuiHn. 142^Mate Auditor: Fitxgerald. Ill: Kmne),^136. Superintendent of Pnblic Instruction^Gsonnn, 144: Russell. 104. Chief Justice^supreme C ^urt: Blake, 142; DeWoifc, 103^Associate Justice Supreme Court: Bick^^tord, U6; DeA'Itt 188; An - ; .... 106^Harwisil. 138 Clerk of Supreme Court^Cope, 101: Kennedy, 141. State S-nator:^Htdges. 140; McC .nm II, 100. State Repre^^sentatives: Beach, 94; Burns. 121; Comlv.^103; Cory. 131: Hotter, ISO; Horsky, 129;^Howey, 121; Keefe, 118: Logan, lot:^Msnix, 116: Peeler. 97; Priest, 89;^K-i ston, 60; Riggs. ^22: R ibinsou,^Hi steinmeix, 83; Wsl ace-, 96. District^Judge: Hunt, 116: Sheiton, 81.^sli^ riff: DeCamp, 9; Jeffries 125; Rohr^baugti. 85. Clerk and recorder: Peels, 7:^Taj Mr, 93; T^v ker, 133. County treasurer:^Birden. 136: Folk, 89; Taylor. 6. County^---es-oi: Bickett, 91; Priest, 8; Walker.^97. County attorney: BallieU, 133; No^tan, 97. Clerk district court: Bean. 128:^Clarke, 97; Wast-r, 7. For county couimis^-loners: Beach 5. Brown. 7: Burns, 123:^Eilgerton. 93; liogan, Ust; Hunter, II;^Knight, 93; Tuornburg. 120; Wheeler, 118^Public administrator: D .vis, 95; Ellis, 127;^stone, 6 County superintendent *cL^ oie:^Clarke, 133; Turniey, 91; Wheeler, 6 Cor^m er: Follenius, V4; Haskell, 6; K ckruan,^130. County surveyor: Marsii, 127; Mr^lntyre, 7; Wade, 94. Justice of H:e peace:^','onnor, 5; Fleischer, 123; Hoyt, 93: O'Uon^nell, 91; Wood. 6; Wooduian. 117. Coc-^s'anle: Chandler, 6; Cleary, 110: (iegen^oi-i. r. 106; Q iirk,88: Richards, lt4; Wood,^6 r r oousi:tutu^n, K6: agaiust oonstltu-^Uon, 10.
PltkCINCTNO 32^R-presentative in congress: Carter 4.^Maginnis 9. Governor: Power 4, Toole^12. L'eutenaut G-ivernor: Conrad 11.^Rickaids4. Secretary of State: Browie^12 R^twiit4 Attorney Genera!: linskeli^6. Pemberton 11. Stale Treasurer: Collins
10,Hick man 6. S ate Auditor: Fttzger^a d. 11; Kinney, 4. Superintendent of Pub^tic Instruction: Gannon, 4; Ru^ il. 11^Chief Justice Supreme Cuurt: Blake, 5;^DeWolfe, 10 Associate Justice Supreme^Court, Seven years: Bickford. 11: D -Witt^4. Associate Justice Supreme Court. Five^Years: Armstrong, II; Harwood. 4.^Clerk of Supreme Court: Cope, 10: K-u-^nedy, 6. State Senator: It3; Mc^^Connell, 12 State R-pres* ntilivos: i^.-ao!i,^10; Burns, 10;Comley, 11. Cotwy, 4; Holter,^5; Uorskey, 4; lloaey, 4; Keote, 4: Logan,^12; Manix. 4; Peeler, 10; Priest, V; lUlson,^2; Riggs, 4; Robinson, 4; Sieimnelz, 9.
PRtClNCTno. 36.^Representative in congress: Carter, 18^Maginnis, 11- Governor: Puwer,2l; Toole
11.Lieutenant governor: Conrad, 13,^Rickards, 19 Secretary of statt : Brown--^11: R .twitt, 21 Attorney genera.: Haskell,^IV; P-mberton, 13 State treasurer: Col^^lins, 13; Htckman, 19 State auditor: Fitz^gerald, 12; Kinney, 20 Superi.iiei.ceni . f^public Instruction: Gai nou. 10; Kussel, 12^^ bief justice supn me court: Blake, 20^DeWolt, 12 Associate j istice SLpteu.e^court, 7 yearr: Bickford, 12; DeWut, 19^Ass- dale ju-'ice supreme court, 5 years^Armstrong, 13; Harwood. 18 Cl.-rk ^^suorerae couit: Cope, II: Kenn-dy, 20.^state senator: Ledges, 22; Mi C akawll, 9^Mate representative.-: B-ach, 13: Burn;.
12:Comly, 12; Cory. 19; Howey, IV: K
19:Lo^an, 13; Manmx. 2^; P-eler. 10.
PRBCINCTNO 87.
Representative: Carter, 58; Maginn'*.^73. Governor: Power, 6V; Too n. 75^Bieutenant-gnvernor: Coniad, 68; Rick^ards, 62 Secretary of state: Bro^nt-, 70^Rotwitt, 63 Attorney general: Haskell^64; Pemberum. 69 State tieasurei: Col^I lis, 68; Hickman, 63. state auditor^Fitzgeiald, 66; Kinney, 64 Supennnn^dent of public instruclioL. Gannon, 63^Russell. 66 Chief ju^-tice suprem* court^Biake, 66; DeWolfe, 64 Associate Justi^supreme court: Bickford, 6*: DeWitt. 62^Armstrong, 66; Harwood. 63. C:erk ot^supreme couri: Cope, 69; Kennedy, 61^State aenitor: Hedges, 60; Mi Council, 68^Representatives: Beacn, ^2; Bums. 64^Comly. 68; Cory, 66; Holter, 55; 11 -r,ky. 56^Howey, 53; Keefe, 46; Logan, 5V. Vaviix^67; Peeler, 67: Priest. 61: Ralston. 4; Riggs^4V; Robinson, 48; stMnmetz. 5^; Walla^6i Jo^tiee of the peace: Woods. 17; V.in^Kuion. 2. District judge. Hunt, 60; shel^ton, 63 Snenff: J'fferis 67; Rohrbaugh^62. Clerk and recorder: Peets, 1; Taylor.^69- Took-r. 60. County treasuier: Barden^64- Folk, 65. Couuty assessor: Bickett^75; Pries'. 2; Walk- r, 56 County attorney^Balliet 62; Nolar, 64 Clerk d strict court^Bean. 55; Clarke, 74; Wason, 1. County^commts^'oners: B acn. 4; Burns. 42; El^gerton. 52; Hogan 97; Hunter, 1. Knight,^69: Thi rnburg. 43: Wheeler. 60 Public^administrator: Davis, 64; Elils, 61. Countv^superintep-tent of schools: Clarke, 52,^Turniey. 6V; Wheeler, 5. Coroner: F-^^lenius, 61; Haskell, 5; R-ickman, 5'^I County surveyor: Marsh, 5V; Wade, 6'^For constitution, 67; against i onf Button, 4
precinctno. 38.
Representative: Carter, a^: Maginnia,
73 Governor: Power 59. Tuote 7S Ben^tenant ^..v. n.or Conrad. 68; Rickards. 62.^s^-cretarj of sale: Bruwne. 70; Kotwilt,^6S Attorney general: Haskell, 64; Pern^berton, 69 State treasurer Collins. 6'^HtfVma-', 63 State auditor: Fitxgerald^66; Kinney, 64. Superintendent of publ^instruction: Gannon. 6S; Russet. 66 CMe'^justice supreme court: Biake, 66: D.^Wolfe, 64 Associate justice supreme^court: Bickford. 66: D-Witt, 62; Arm^strong. 66; Harwood. 6t Cle-k ot supreme^court: Cope 6V: Kenned^.61. State sen^ator Hedges. 60; McConnell, 68. State^representatives: Beach. 82: Burna, 64^Comly, 65: Cory. 55: Holter, 66: Horsky, 66
aYard Switch Eaglne injure* a Mas and^a Boy.
HenryGeorge, s teamster. Matt Jarr, an^engineer, and a young b T named John^Wilson had a close call from being^knocked Into eternity yes'Tday at the^Northern Pacific crossing west of the sec^ttou house. They were riding on a lum^ber wagon, the boy atcallng a ride behind^Mr. George and Jarr were talking together^and never noticed the yard engine, as they^were crossing the track, and as they were^partlj across, the engine, going about five^miles an hour, atruck the rear end, knock^ing the boy quite a distance and throwing^both men from the wagon and^kn'-cking the wagon Into^tie pieces. The locomotive^stopped about ha
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FarSale-
Thos.Crab ^ Co.
S la Montana,^and business oa-Bt^(or asp, F rm-rlr Morten's Baaerr corner hou^^se jr and bretseBridge street.
FINESTBUSINESS CHA^The c..m.l^te fx arse
RALEIGH^ CLARKE
Everin the Front
18TAVRANTfor^hoiney street
sale. Call at 103 North
\I'ANTKD-To phII a few hundred tons nice^v v class ta=.e or wild hay: also a tVw rmrm
CorpenicBjars and prices write or call^upoB Ki. ker Jt Bratnober, VCaterl jo Iowa
H)papers (or sale at una o-.ice.
*tnaeionsWt-0ted.
alength trom where^truck tbe wagon. The horses ran away^-sltb the fragments of the lumber wagon^which was empty, but he did not go far^The boy was carried to his home Dear by^with one of his arms bleeding profusely^it wss ripped open from tbe wrist to the^-boulder. Dr. Steele placed twenty^stitches in the gash and believes the boy^*tll pull through all right. His other in^^juries consist of a few bruises about tbe^bead.
MattJnrr sustained a broken leg and his^condition was considered serious yesterday^evening, but be is now said to be out of^langer. Mr. George was not seriously
hurt-
1he place where this accident occurred^is near where a man was killed by a loco^^motive about one year agv
HE MAY DIE.
A Northern PmrlHc Hiskrm^n Hadly In^Jnred by Helng Run Over.^At 2 o'clock yesterday, as a freight train^was comlDg iu on the Northern Pacific,^Chas. M. Sturgeon was discovered lyiDg^upon the bank moaning and spparently^suffering *ntensely. He was placed in a^car almost exhausted and almost beyond^recovery. As soon as he was brought to^town a physician was summoned and tbe^man conveyed to the Sisters' hospital. It^was found that his left arm was nearly^severed at the shoulder, left foot badly^rushed and the spinal column injured.^Yesterday the injured man had not ncov-^red from the shock, and if be does, which^considered doubtful, his left arm will^have to be amputated.^Sturgeon is a single man about 35 years^^f age. He was hill pilot on a freight^rain About 8:30 Monday afternoon the^train slowed up at tbe crossing of the Moo^tana Central and Sturgeon stepped down^to reliase air from the air pipea While^un-lerneath a box car the train s'arti-d up^and one wheel p-vssed over the unfortunate^man aToss the shoulder, drawing him up^with ^be wheel, when, after a revolution^he teil i ii towards ti e hank, thus saving^him from being killed. He r- n.^:v^ng on the ground nearly eUven hour^before being missed. He was an extra^brakeman t^u tbe train.
Witheverything that la New, Novel,^Ciieap and Desirable In the Dry Goods^Line.
K.eryDepartment Replete with Freeh.^Clean New Fall and Winter Good*.^THE NEWEST NOVELTIES,^THE GRANDEST COLLECTION^and THE LOWEST PRICKS of
anyHOUSE IN MONTANA.
OarNew Stock of Fall and Winter^Cloaks is Great ^never so large before^Ton may rest assured of the fact that^oars It the Best Stock of Ladies' Misses'^and Children's Cloaks, Suits, and Wraps^in Helena. That it is the Largest goes^without saying, and a careful compari^son of prices will convince yon that ours^is the place to buy.
Ladies,if you contemplate buying a^Sealskin Cloak, or Furs of any kind.^We can not only give you the Latest^Best Styles, and Beet Goods, bat 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 found^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 oar im^mense establishment. We will be glad^to have you call whether yon wi-h to^purchase or not.
adveTleerciantsunder this^aartao 18raw time* freat of charge
Vt^ N Cx MAN wants situation In printing oXce^-a . ) ear ^ ez perk, nos. r. ^ . tale ossce.
YV'AVTgD-Byarnica.^V V ughi noose work or i
sgsdwrman to do
.' second work and plain
eewln*.wou.d like to go t. ike country. Ad-^i MVs M. L , City f^. u , Helena, Mont.
P'O(JIRLS from the country want pis
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ALADYwaste to do Keneral housework. In^uuire at *12 lawreace atraet, capital Km
pl^) mei t - .rocs.
KK-rk^ iaBLE white sua aaat wttaao chil^^dren, both tret-class co ^ka. rececll^ from the^^a-t, want positions. Addraes tieo. C. C , this^oOice,
trtX'DDressmaker, who does al klrds of^Bios family sea lag and dr-semaklng, ds^sires wora: { rices very reasonable. Maquue at^41s fifth av~nu*
TutMi Man, speaking French and Kn-^glitk, ^ an is a position as cierk, acdn sa J
thleomce.
|*i-.- I ... s wauled b, youay Udy to do plain
eealn--in private (smUy. K^Uruiars inquire ooom 4, Iron Bioca
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wantedby tejo competent dining^room gins MMH tamp preteirtd, A duress^Inuependent ouii ..
CaledoniansAttentionl
Tt.erewill be a meeting of the Cale^^donian club at H p. m. to-night at room 14,^third floor. Atlas building.
Kim.atMcRae,
Secretary.
SituationsOtftr-ai
G ^ KL for couH and tz*n*fl hoa*^*furk^r ttvmtljT. Apply liumeai^t^i/ '* M
twoIn^r. tad way
L-llAt LKK want* 4 men; good^' malwr*. 6 cbopperc; t m-*o WeUUrs. 'i
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REALESTATE!
For
CHOICE
INVESTMENT
CHANCES!
~nKEKT Adjoining the Belvidere^c)U House on the South, Kionting^Main Street,
$500per Foot.
50
FEET on Helena Avenue. ^t^Crossing of Lyi dale and Mor.^tana Avenues.
$90per Foot
WA.M'tli-Wor more good hrtcslaiers.^Wm let steady w..ra unUlChristmas * ^ Vi
tofbiercay; nine Louie wo.k^be-.a, hpoaane Falla.
IIk.am-
UIA.NTaD^cine first cl.m piano player, one^w firei-ciae violin piajer tor concert ealoon.^People that can sing a song or do a t-nn^ act , r ^^(errril. f. O. B^.t ^av clt^.
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iMKU-Two flrsc class coatmskers, one^pantsmaaer. None but flrat-c-aae woikmen^need apply. Uigueel wages paid. Bonner Mir-
cant.leCo., h i-, Mont.
AMT* l^^ Female co k; a xood woman^cook and ti. 1 to help can gel a good sltua-^Addreaa -'kook,*' independent office.
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RALEIGH^ CLARKE.
mNfJtli^Mid case man cook; 2 laundry^Kirin. 1 aith^ ^-n*r, I itmaiii coufca; *^^private hMMcilnlng room g r* tor | tiratt
t.tai^Unh 1.OU06. Appl/ al V. ai-.ta. ahi^.o^ rue nt^Oat.ce, H Lawrence alreei.
U*a .^; h.^ i v* hundxe-d men to work on^Pin- tvancti IS. f K- K. Apply at head^quartera, Sappint;u}n, Munt,
liKIKN^ KSnKi..
.} IHL wanted for irent-ral houaewc-rii.^\J at 514 v\ eat Lawrence ^ .reet
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HOME!
i AUY agents (or Cklin'i Heform Vi air la. ^alrt^I * ^ Uu.ue butjstitute; Uab)'s Diaper Muppori^.etc Mear goods. Our agent at Auailn, Minn .^sie $'5 la ten ds^e. Laoikb' oltpi.t i. ^. ,^v\ usLlnxl- 'I* aixeet, l hu ago
i^ AM'aD-i*entl, men to rs present ue In this^VV city and con. ty. oar oocks are the near^In the world. Llotrsl ar: angemi. is made with
Ss4lparty. Ailureae, Chaa. Waoatt-r A Co.,^aygawsMga Mian.
iV A ^TkU Lad^ to handle tne Oelmonico cook^** oook. lianosome Incomes tieing made b^^those now at wora on it. r Ive Luniired thouaand^copies will be sold, twberai terms to good ; arty^lor parucaiara, Chariea L M ebaler a^co, Mtnneapoua, Mloa. essnd lor canvaseere^rata log ue.
LADYAUtfiT^ wanted tor my wonderful new^rubber undergarment; grandest invention^for women ever seen. Mrs. tl. F lUttle. C bicego
UKM'b WAM'l'KL) !^^r Bottled hiectrlcltyJ en^L tliely new; pays $ao a day. Address, LT. b.^Home Mfg. Co bolUe liept., L'hlcago, Ids.
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PERSONAL.
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FrankLueh ot Canyon Creek is In
city.
Geo.llalrlorn and wife, ot Matte, ^re at^Herchatita
DrWeitman, of Great Kalis, is at the^Cosmopolltsn.
Hon.L M. Rand of Minneapolis is at the^Cosmopolitan.
JohnJ. Forkis and Dr. Simpson of Butte^are in thi city. -U
Mrs.H. Heilbronrier and son of Butte^are at the Grand Central.
W.tl. Houghton, a popular training^man of Seattle, is at the Cosmopolitan.
Or.R. M. Whitefoot, member of the^State Medical board, from Bozeman is in^city.
TomKessier, formerly of the Sherman^house. Chicago, has taken a position with^I. Marks.
JP Davenport, of Portland, and D. O.^Herbert of San Francisco, are at the Mer^^chants.
Hot.Jacob Loeb, who has been east for^s^me time, returned in time to cast a demo^^cratic ballot.
MattW. Alders, n. the poet, accompan^^ied by his wife, is visiting the capital and^has rooms at the Merchants.
Dr.C. B. Cooper of Butte. Dr J. B.^Sniifi of Livingston and Dr. Ernest^Cru'cherof Great Falls are In the city to^attend trie meeting of the State Medical^board.
NewYork dressmaker. 118 Broadway,
haremoved in 3*}, :*outh Main street.
Rillyto the Bedrock Furniture store.^Closing out cheap for ca-n.
Ladiesshould call at Fred Gamer's and^get a pair of slippers, as be is selling them^at a very low figure.
REPORTORIALNOTEfJ
Twocases of ecarlet fever are r^ ported^in tbe city.
AChinaman was arrested last night for^fighting in a Chinese gambling house.
Peoplehave not settler1 down to business^yet and will not uutil the election returns^are all in.
Ashort session of the territorial board of^medical examiners was held last evening^at the city ball, and eleven certificates^were issued.
TheIndependent bulletin board, as^usual, attracted the people yesterday, tbe^street being crowded with those anxious to^obtain the n-wa.
la-'report that a man was killed by a^switch engine near the Northern Pac 6r^depot yesterday was untrue. The par ic^ulars of the accident are given elsewhere.
SpecialOfficer Horne denies that he ar^^rested young Hansen for hurrahing for^Toole and Maginnia The officer says^Hansen was using obscene language on^the street and he told him to stop, and in^^stead of arresting him took him home.
TryIt.
Tryour beet patent flour M ^ Pest Id th,^^a*rket, and Whittakor Star hams, at
.Inrrstt. Mmmv A ob**)
ABottle of Wine For Ten Cents.^From and after September 10th we will^eel! Cal. clarets and white wines, also^Letup's St. Louis beer at ten cents per Nit^tie. delivered free to any part at the city^Telephone 241.
BoesmanBros. A Co.^Cor. Clore aud Edwards Street,
Mote*on the Kewnlt.
itwas a close call f^.r John S. Tooker.^Toole's majority in the connty^reach 275
Cartercarries the county by an estimated
majorityof s-venty five
F.W. E lis. the present pnb'ic admin s^trator. is re eiec-ed by a good majority.
Jeffria, republican, if elected sheriff^over Rohrbtugb. democrat, by a small ma^^jority .
BHegnesin by abo t 200 He did not^tui k that Bilij Taylor would run as well^as he did.
DickBarden's majority for county tre is-^urer is a bare ISO voles and precincts to be
reported.
Thevote for state senator ia close. Jodge^Hedges has a majority of seventy-nine la
thirtythree preencts.
Dr.FoMeniu--. the present coroner, will^tetire to make r ^^rn for Dr. Roekman, who^goes in by about 400 maj *ity.
BenjaminF Marsh, republican, is elect^ed county surveyor by a majority sufficient^t ^ satisfy him that be ran well-^On the county ticket Hunt, republican.^Is elected district judge over bhelton.^democrat, by an estimated majority of 300.
JusticesFleischer and Woodman, repub^^licans, are returned to office by big ma^^jorities. Justice Fleischer ran ahead of^bis ticket In every precinct In the city.
J.W. Cleary, republican, is elected con^^stable, and probably Alfred M Richards,^republican, though John A Q iiik, dtmo-^cra is close on the heels of the latter.
GeorgeWalker, republican, is elected^county assessor over over William J.
Buyyour heating stoves at Sturrock A^Brown's. Cheapest house in Helena.
DressMaking Parlor.^Mrs. W. B. Sperling wishes to inform^will uer patrons and others that aha has re-^m ved her Dress Making Parlors to the^-lirandon Block^ corner ^ h ave. and Wlr-^reu street, where she will I* pleased to re^^ceive them in the future.
Carload of hot air furnaces just received.^Pot in and warranted to heat your bouse.^AtMt KRoci A Bbowh's.
ANew and
PERFECTMODEL
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Comfortable,
Convenientand Beautiful
DWELLINGHOUSE!
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inFlower Garden Addl-
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Wait: Wait: Wait :
SANDSBROS.^Grand Ooenineof Fall Goods for 1889
Whenthere wlU be on exhibition the finest and moat extensive line of Drv Goods^Carpets and House Furnishing Goods ever shown in the city
KxcluiveSellks, Finest Grades in Plush Cloaks, Exclusive styles in tgaw.^_ .
IKlegantSealskin Garments. Exclusive S.^es in JiTketl *'keto'
Waitfor Our Combination Dress Novelties, it Will Pay You
Owingto our increased facilities for doing business, our importations and our-^chaHOs for the coming season nave been on a very extensive scale Early in the^reason, when our (Competitors were busy trying to cell strnmer lawns, we made oui^contract with the most prominent manufacturers, thus obtaining the exclnsiwa^control for this city of many of the leading styles, particularly in
CLOAKS,SILKS AND DRESS GOODS.
Ournew addition is nearlng completion, and it will pay you to wait for our
GRANDOPENING!
Noticeof this event will appear Id ;the papers In due time.
SANDSBROS., Helena, Mont.
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FKKTtiOD,
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$5.00per Foot.
CHOICEResidences in all '.Parts^of the City.
Respectfully,
T.CRAHAN ^ CO.
HBLB1TA
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UK- room house (or rei.t;^back ot n uw ie elreec
HiMing street.
,v.. kkkl'- Five room boose, batu room,^I urn ace. hot and cola w uer, range la- laded
rolkv Uerlne.
cort Ki.M-Mi and teven room nonae^J^ modera Improvements. Inquire ot
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,XJi HINT ^ SeventM boose with bath^t room, on 1'eari atreet, near the steamboat^olock. Inttuire ol John A l^olrk, box ^li, at/.
KENTFire room^111 Clara atreet.
ur.ckhouse.-Apply
jit K*N T^Two nine rooui booses, with all^7 modern i^Addnr-s li., ibis office.
X1 modern improvements, on itoen.-y atreet
Furlrta*4r^^eveu room co.ta* e,^Uon. Call at faiuson a McConneu
central.Iocs.
jXK RUST^Tbe irou^orf 1
outaideand tlnii-Uea In^M uth A Cox.
beeth ^tei building
Prooton Main street;^In tne city, 7u rooms, all^oaa. Call on lV.ru.-r,
HardWood Finish h
Ij'tJitKkMI'^tlrick boose: tlx rooms, corner^Jl^ Dearborn avenae and tl sneer street. In.iture^l^r. X. K a Oar center, r.. . t l'r.u^iiu.-gh biucit
tOHhJtMT^btorercozij la Peas biock. also^etoreroome muu oliicej In Plttetmrirb block,^inquire ot John W. Thoinpson, lu sli, lltts-^^nrvb alock
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PERNINPHONOGRAPHY.
Typewriting,Teletrraphy and German. First^Class instruction guaranteed. Tuition moderate^3 T. ENOLIHOP.N, Prln .
Hoeca, Mont
EXTRALARGE MEN,
EXTRATALL MEN,
EXTRASHORT MEN,
EXTRAFAT MEN,
EXTRALEAN MEN
Canall suit themselves with Stylish, Well-Fittin* Clothes of^Good Material at Reasonable Prices, from our ready made^Clothing Department.
We
MAKING.A. POINT !
makea point of ineisting 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 Stock is^all Bright, Clean and Fresh, and at prices you cannot resist
OAKS^ KLEIN.
HELENA.
B0ZEMAN.
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J.DAVIDSON ^ CO.,
1^, WAGONS,
BobSleds, Sleiglxs,
-ANDA
GeneralLine Agricultural Implements
HAYAND GRAIN IN GAR LOTS A SPECIALTY!
SixRooms,^Bath Room,^Pantry ^ Closets!
siooms--I'ar..;;.
ForSale:
ONLY$3,800
EasyTerms.
CornerHol ack and 12th Ave.
FRENCHJfe PYFER,
SOLEAGENTS,
ROOMS11 AND 11X,^PITTSBURG BLOCK.^TKLKPHONB 65.
WHITE,JOHNSTONE ^ CO.,
Real.Estate,
OfferGreat Bargains
IN
MAINSTRKKT,
HKLKNA\\ KM'K.
PARKAYKNCK, and
BENTONAVK. PROPERTY.
Commendable.
Allclaims not consistent with tte high^character of Svtap of Fi|W are purposely^avoided by the California Fl* Syrup com^^pany. It acts arently on the kidney, I vtar^and bowels, cltsansinn the system et *ct-^nally, bat it is not a core-ail and makes no^pr^t*-nsions that every bottle will no* sub^^stantiate-
Th^ only mantel house In Montana.^Larue variety in all th* different woods at^mi nw^ k A Baowa's.
HtLtNA IN BRIEF.
Q.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to I at the Bon Too.
K.r. K. Carpenter's dental rooms, room^SO, Plttsburn block. Take the elevator.
JamesW. Barker, aaerctiant tailor.^Main street, opposite First National Barak.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St- Paul and tbe mm.^Tlmssfli trains leave Helms daily at lis
Warehouselots adjacent to railroad^tracks.
ResidenceLots in all Parts of the city.
Anam ber of Fine Residences.
SeveralCottages near Depot ft r sale^on Installment Plan.
TownLots and Mining Property in^Cooke City.
Annmber of Fine Ranches in Flat^head Valley for sale very cheap.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,
Rooms5 and ft. Cnion Biock
MILWAUKEEBEER HALL!
Formerly1. \ I II-.tel.
Bmnik-rtnsr^ Milch, Praps
CelebratedVal Blstx Beer
Jj|[Cents per Glass j^ {j
FinsCigars and Liquors always 0:1 banc.^em Cs A CALL
Li-uKKn^ 1-Front AtsaMa^JP ^Ub or wlllioal 1-oa.a^room. 41S t. . i. :. ave.
ro-iin,larulste I.^tool air and b.Ci
IfiOKMM- l -xo iar.e. i.lc-ly tarnUhed (root^ar rooms, wl.b use ot b .lb, ai 7db Fif 10 areaue.
IjXK UKMT^ltooms,el SJSi or la soltee ot two,^X- tbree, or foar. In .\ M uaies bulidia^, corner^elxtb av.one sad warren street. This Daliding^Is supplied wiib steam be u and baa ail tbe mod^^ern conreaiencea on eacn floor.
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^ M AND BOAKD $... 114 Uoarle street
j-UK MNT-Ur.t w^ll (nrnlahed room^, with^P or witboat board, V- b Kotiney St.
FORBSNT^ ftooms la a 1 parte of ibec ity. Ap-^ply Capital amplo., mem odlce, M . .^^*r^n ^^atreet.
vIWLY rornlebed parlor sod bed ro ^a^ aid^X . furnlebed rooms tor irrnuemen, near Main^etreet- inquire at ^o. t-4 .Tain*- etreei.
CHKMMiili RoOMa at Porter Klala. ^^aTa^Jj atreet, eatlxely renovated and unaer r.ca^management. Call In basement or at rortur^Math ar Cox, Oold hlocS.
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Xelevant roor s; 50, 75, SI. a Its (1 Ju bsc ds^Mo disreputable rbaraclsrs allowxl.
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4SVKYUUl'bB, l.raad street, new am^eJevntlT f nrnlahed ronma. alnrte or In sn'.u
Lotawd Fonno
1U8TSan-lay nlrbr, two certifl^-ate* of ne;-o-^U stt ou Firat ^stlonal bank Flan.r laav.- at^tLls office and r*c ,Ive reward M Iian*on.
LOt*Ta small no'e book on Beaton avenae.^Tbe Snder will confer a favor b^ le.vln- at^Jonrr-al office.
Moneyto Loan.
M,i!, TO LOAN In ram* of $*0S to SIO.OOO,^on Improved property In the city of Helena^aad on farms and ranches In Montana: aao-iey^farnlabed f.-r building purposes H. B. Palmar.^Oold Mora. Helena.
Moneyto Loan!
InSums to Suit on From Six^Months to Five Years Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand Ho Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt'r
NORTHWESTERN
GuarantyLoan Go.
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Minneapolis,Minnesota.
Boardof Trails Room, Plttsburr Block. H-lewe
MENWANTED!
Wanted,by the Montana Smelting^ Com^pany, at their works at Great Kails,
FURNACEMEN AND LABORERSI
WAGES $2 OO to s3.25 per Day.
BOARDS6 60 per Week.
Applyto Chandler's Employment^\eeney
CHICHESTER'Senglish
PENNYROYALPILLS
BED CftOSS DIAMOND BRAND
WBfr^0 I MitTBT* f nth.r 1,4ft*! .^***,
sv*Drvctiat f-r /Hatw-umss |^t***^i. arts^llK bois-a. awaUsjsl^tiM^^ Taske mm atker.^tm fmWt^tmtm kotts. piiik wr^pper^ arw^'^^NtT** ^**^^*- r+mntrrfrilm. s*rt^fw^atawa*Ml mw i-avrtK-tiiar*. ts^*-Un^OfllaVl^^^Keller for I^silsM,** aw, issuer, by^Mall. Aswr
HousesFor Sale
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installmentplan
jyrablzLeson ^Sc Steel^,
12(11-2 NORTH MAIN STREET.
THE
crystalrestaurant,
ISNOW OPEN!
aO^Ta^-X^a-Ae,
CALLAND SEE THEM!
MONETTO LOAN upon^upon reasonable tenm^U, roosa ^ Tbompsoa
C.Hi^Moat.
Helenareal t etate.^pon reasonshle terms Apply to Sdaarrl
Iblock. Helena.
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rancbeaat low ruse. C. F. Kills a - '^^.. laacrrjirp^\eer.te. real estate a--^nt^. mortae-e loans
MO 8 if tn loan on Improved Uel.napnjpertT.^Time and terms to salt. Jbo. c ^ ^^tL'^rooms S and ^. Aabby hnll-tl-.ff
;-e*^!lan*OTia.
OOIIone to adopt three months old boy.^O dress V, this offlos.
Ad-
B-:KPWANT3I^^1,-JDO Merino or Cotswold^Oew^e, 1 to 8 yean old Address ^^! is, Belens
t-bintTtStaltv^By vtrrae of sa onto* of sale ta my hands^V*ei^di ut of thecistrki oart of - he 6 rst Judicial^district of Montana Vrrilorv, in and tor thr^rosaty of Lewis and '.larks In tbe suit of Alfred^hunt against Brl-V-t . e^rlnc. duly aite.ted the^24r h day of septen.ner, IMS, I have levied a uon^all the right, ml* and Inb-rrat of tos sale Bridget^D*ertr g In aid to th* fo lowing describe 1 prop^^erty, situated in Lewis aad Claras corns' j, Mon^^tana territory, vis :
LotNo. Ave !*o. In block No nine (^ la th*^town of Ma-rsvlUe, ta the county ^f Le via and^Clark* and territory o^ Montana said I- t being^arty (SO. feet front on Grand -tree* aad c ^^^ hnn-^dred (M0) feet in dep h -^ cordis^ to lbs ^lat of^said town of MaryavUle la taw oSBee of the cr^cct^^cterk aad recurder - f eald Lewis aad Clarke^c^ionry. Montana territory.
Nolce Is hereby clv-a that on Frldav. Iks ISth^day of October. A D. 1^*^. at taw hoar ot I*^o'clock, looa. ot aald dar, at th* front door of the^court hows*, city of Helena, L-arle and Clarke^coaatt, Montana terrl ^^rt, I ^UI sell all rteht.^Itie and Interest of the -aid Bridget D-arlag La^sad to tbe said aV-ve ^-wrlb-d property, to the
bigbeat MS St i for cash la b w
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ByIsaac Hoiaaooa. Ilepnty ^b*nf.
BELGBADEGRAIN ^ PRODUCE CO.,^Belgrade, Montana.
HarveyBlock,
(Rearrlret National llankl
GrandSteert
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPA'Y
Isdow prepared to deliver Coal from it^ Mines at
REDLODGE
Toconsumers in ihis city. For Domestic and Steam purposes. Rocky Fork Coal^has no superior in this market. It Light* Raadily, Makes hot Fire and leaves littk^^ash. TBY IT.
PrincipalOffice: ROOM 26, PITTSBURG BLOCK.
BusniessCollege and Pho^^nographic Instituie
TheONLY FIRST-CLASS b lslneas^school between St. Paul and Portlanil^Night school October to April. Bead^^Board of Reference^ In College Re^porter. Write for terms.
HAHN^ WALTKI ^^d .11 Rlrwk. Holpna. Von'*-a
AGrKIVCIKSGILCHRIST BROS. ^ KDGAR Helena.^K. L. BONNER ^ CO.. Deer Lodge.^THK MINKRs' LUMBKR CO.. Butte.^0. K.MILLIS, Park City.^Bl'SHA ^ BAILKY Big Timber.^L. S. HOLUKH, Bowman,
KSTKS.CONNKLLCO^A.FHAZKR. Billings,^G-O. T. YOCNG, LiviLgston^BKRG BROS., Towusend.^W. H. WHITE, Stillwater.
Anaconda.
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WOOLDRIDGEHOTEL!
(PennBlock,' cor. Main aid Bridge Streets^Opposite International)
EverythingNew and First-Class. Steam heat and Elevator*
RATS1; FROM $1 TO $3 PER DAT.
TbeNe.teet Place in Helena aad Good Aoroaasinawlluiia. bueet Cars^AMD MBI PAID TO HOTEL.
toand from all Dsso
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FowlesCash Store
Buysand sells for Cash, therefore are able to save you 25 per cent, on
MILLINERY.FANCY GOODS.
LADIES'^ CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,^DRAPERIES ^ TABLE LINENS,^TOWELS ^ NAPKINS,
NOTIONS^ SMALT, WARES.
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PROMPTEX1^Of all Order!^il ^^rlntl^^
Printing
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VOL 30^ SO. 259
TheONE-PRICE Clothn
St. Liouis Block
MAINSTREET
TheLong and the Sh^^of it
Is,that our resumption ^^unlatindried shirts was a i |^lerof neo-ssity, not of rhoi]^The demand was iiniFersal, u\^as we are servants of the d*^public we could not but lis'l^to the call. Now, as a matli^of fact, there is no money [^them for us, because how mnj^money can be made out of]^garment when sold at popiin^prices of ftOc , 75c. 90. vJ^must examine these (roods I^only ^-utof curiosity, t^*-^ a. 11 ***-|^is really a wonder how th/^can be produced for the morn]^Our TH) CENT garment i*^marvel of economy and ne^^nees. It is well made, full c^and good material. True, nj^the finest, but good enough ff^any man who has plenty of nj^for his money. J^But the wonder of the ' L'l^laundried Shirt age^ is our fl^CENT production New Yorl^mills muslin,22^mi ]in.-n bosomf^cut in and backed with butcl^ere' linen, reinforced pa^ k anf^front, gilled seaniri. coniinu.^i|^stays, and in tolal everytliiiaT^conduciv-e to ^longevity, in 1^shirt, durability and neatne.J^There are many points w|^WOUld like todwr-'ll upon, hal
wetime and space, but one ^j^cannot pass is our departmeij^of Boys' and Children s Clot^ing. The ladies of Helena w^tell you where to find the bea^assortment, and any one %^ 1^speak to will tell you that nrf^tasty, nobby garment,, no onl^in Montana ^ an ^how you on-l^half the styles or show as mat^novelties as are on our court tei
Don't fail to See them, e-ijrej
ciallythe line, of Kilts and Jei^Beys; ieveral shades, in ag*^from 2 1-2 to 10. It is our airi^this season to capture the trad]^of all, fr mi the cheat est to th^tinert er:i^le^ \\V show a lin^of good wash Mill lie as 1^^as tl.7r^. arid have ^|iem as tiuj^as $20 for the youngsters, wh^^in time will vote.
Ourline of Miller Hats is i^store.
Wehave be-n l*MsiviaM fn-r^^five to eight cases a day for thj^last two weeks, and none cai^compare with the line of raitl^ings we -how -a line ol Fash!^ionablfc Tailor-made dothii^that ^nox sfjx^ out of th^^merchant tailoring. Every ear,^ment made by a crack taile^trimmed with the best mar - i u^and if you want to iry one wi^guarantee you as frood a auf^for $28 as a merchant tailor wil^sell you fortoO. As a friendlj^^tip,^ we say give them a ttiaj
Ina w-ek's time we hope^announce our stock all in, anj^then all who have not call-^will be guilty of a great ir jul^tice to themselves if they (|^irvot overlook our stock wh^^*)!iey are in to purchase.
HARRIS.ONEPRICE CLOTHIE
StLouis Block, Main St.^HELENA, M. T.
8.B.^Out of town order j^will receive our best attentiot^Goods sent on approval to an]^part of the territory. Price lis!^and rules for self-measuremenj^^nailed free on application.
HERALDBUILDING.
BROADWAY,HELENA.

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