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RepublicansQuarreling^Themselves Over Ia^Clark* County
UAILY1NDEPEN-DENT: HRhRNA, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 5
Accuaationa^rt TreaCr^^Y Ind granUy^Denied by Friends of the Per-^aons Accused-
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it-eUere^eel from what bu taken p ~^election tart Tuerday that th.
SSm. Ever sue. the -*-*^- began
Inuwdusa_r*in.t reputauw r-pttW.can*.^I^TV. w*.ld not ^^V ^^^^^^and .esterday eve_-in^^ontaa followed anit and^erv lit coone repuublo repabl ea^^ ni t^in the rin^ began to Squire of ^*^ another^U.ltor wa*. ^t.d tt waa toon ft :nd^-Ui-pecis were.^^ agnation ^^^ f^'^LYn^*^r,putrtrte fepu.,.ran^ wben^wh )tnemen *ere t'.a* ^.^.V^ance in
Jaii ^ua-*ii B tM[M****^* J-iSSd^*^ ne o^^ uudnuktn he has surci eo
rflrl Wp^^__T__uLeJ^and Clarke county^fhe alleged
hi..... ai.il the a.leged scrub*.
tie \aemt .._bc_^-l^hinted at treach-
-lamcause 01^nave no^it *u plat
anyname* be^nd^, the enem)^, but 1 will make^are hit ii'ay rest^abaf.s for thenj
M%a^out\^M and Clarke couut)^he is the atlDi.^at man^T tbZ county, barn_^ none.Tom^power was bea'en began--- he ^^n t popular. I can'l see a* trracber^ in
repuoiicaus,woo ^^b. fore Kueaell ^^^( .-If hii ^wadu I^wt.nt back ^*. the party.^tbr democrawc t_c_:at. what -^I vnird the ^trat_.n. repablica:^kn w thai otter auspecta dnl
v.e a,vi n^.il ^h*.t i:
haito induce others to tow^ticket, with what ^^^*^** I do
mclothes,^_-d tn e i ^ ;
ticketand^ine same^ttneuce we^i toe aam*^n't know^Mi K
VbelieveVn the Austxalian system of
thate^erjb^Kly voted their
andbelieve -^awitimeitt*. 1 would like to^wlToe republican ticket elected to,this^W,uuty, but it waan'U I take my medtt me^hie a .ittle man. The other, abould do tbe^inm- tnir-i.. Yoa can *a^ ior me taajtt^STone of the can* would say to UH^_^*^*^1 was a traitor 1 would promptly k
'nether republican who was seen wn^Ten uiu ;h '.ncenae* ^vrr the cry of traitor^lie said. ^1 am an*ohl timer here and ha^*
alwaystie*fi ac-OBMStent republican,^- -Thorn tbe
knowtbe men whom tOw ;k^arna1 accuses^of treachery to be republican*, they are^oJ1 solders and men a ot* reproach^i i,e accusations made again** tbem in'he
shapeof ln*i minim* are cnntempUble
V.enTtbKSswiilebanue next year, you^are if they oon't. We will not be dictated^to by a lot ot wbipnrr anappeM who,^wotki.uienal lo fiireau*'
Vnoiir oampaign conducted by tbe party^orraaaudUjo organ Would be ail luat waa^left. I hen* would be no part^ in Montana^extent tbe diuiurruUc partj. Vve will al^^low nottate or coun y eommiitee run by^^uch men as iun it this campa ga^tale to us in tfca future.
-TOWadmit, then, that there is a ^f lit in^the republican party in Louis and Cl^i k-
'^l won't go ^ ^far as that, but I will say^that soiue i th- leadmk- r- pubiicana in this^cry h^v^ been ouu^^ei^i^iy ^tta-:ke.1 by^the official oigan, and it is but humin^uature, that w^- should resent it. W ny^uruminent republican* in Helena should be^singled out, maligned, vilified and ma^^liciously abused 1 can not say. Nobody^but niadinui would do ^nco a thing. They^are cutting ^ M their- own brails and thej^will be a great deal handsomer a ben de^capital d than they are ti p.esent. No,^toe republican parly of .Lewis and Clarke^county is not split, but there isabrtacli^snd there are a *^^od many of us who don't^l^rop^ae to be dicialed to hereafter by Kua-^r-. II B Harrison'* young man, who has^made rotes for the democratic party.
Tbesentiments of the two gentlemen^quoted are s'njilar to a half a df z-a oilmra^who were spoken to. All condemned in^unmeasured terms the wanton and unjusti-^able attacks of the Journal upoi reputable^repuolicans, whose traity to their cau*e^has been beietoiore ui quesuoin-d and un^^questionable
Itis estimated that close on to MS rate*^Tuesday were thrown oat In this coun-^tr tnroaarb mistake* made in maktac the^ballot The vote on tbe constitution / will^fall far s^ort of tbe rote for tbe tad ^Wf tbe^ticket. Ti e constitution was alo^R *or-^g,.tten. sll interest centering on tbe contest^for representative and governor. Many^voter* got tired after they marked tbe^ticket down to tbe county offices and let^the. balance no through without a mark^Many that did mark the entire ttemat with^tbe lett r X took particular pain* to croe^^a/ -ide the line ^For Coast it u-
tioo^ A number of voter* da^^ their^^ neii at ross the nam** ot tbe candidates^Uh^t didn't w^nt to rote for and in both ot^H ~^e cr.sj* tbe ballots were not counted^Tbe result of every pseeinct^in t^is county with the ballot boaea and^i* sealed, are all in the office of the^'/t-t.^ri recorder. NeM Mondaj '^uniy oomsniasKMiers ^ni c*A^^Atth/^return*, but it is not probable that the^result will be materially cnamr-d, alt^iouKh^i* stated that tbe repub leans will eo^leaver to have the tret ward thrown out.^11* el lined by some that tbe election in^.i ll-lena was illegally conducted, by^e or the ]' dgea distributing legal;^imped ballot* outside tbe polls among^r .d ai d allowing tbem to arrang^their baTota there.
numberof bets on Carter and Magln^* were settled yesterday and some on^idle and Power, though betters on^^ .wer are still sangu.ne that tbelr manip^sting leader* may still pull tbemthrouK'^^ right and defeat tbe popular will.^When this rumor gained general ctrccla-^ii n jesterdav, and wben It waa believed^^ ohave no foundation from tbe fact that^- . tiers and Attorney Weed had gone^r win.id go to Anaconda to attempt t^h^ve the vote of tbe naturalized foreign^. - men ther^ thrown out. a brerseof in-^ii inatitin was felt throughout tbe city.^.^ uich fave forebodings that abould sue^LermeddHnK be reeorted to there will be^uie livi iy time*.
HaveYou Heard^About the superb Pullman dining cars^which bava been recently placed In aervlce^via the Union Tacillc, ^The Overland^Route^^ If yoa have, aud want to get a^sumptuous meal while trav-Mng, don't fail^to take the train on which these diner* run.
1hey run on the fast vestibule express be^^tween Council Bluffs and Denver and - t^the overland flyer between Council Bluff*^Ml Pert laud.
Mealswhich cannot be surpassed In any^of tbe first-class hotels In the country, are^served in these cars at Tie each.
BusinessKnocked Out.^The election is over. Now for business^For the pant two week* Helena has been^ahsorb d in politic*, the result being that^business baa been almost at a standstill^Merchant* in every channel of trade report^busititsr dull, but they are aware of I lie^cause, but expect the city to get back to it*^normal condition next week. Tbe het^.1 . _re doing a rushing business, how^ever, and tbe ia;e-t sty le tn fall tiles adoru^the. beada of Many Carter mew, but the^Toole men will undoubtedly clear out the^hat supply when the Power men begin to
ist,who with his^reft to grow up
betweenthese cars^mad dte^eVular first el a** Pullman is that^the Colonist sleeper is not upholstered^Qiteen sections in each car,^toilet rooms for ladle* and^gentlemen. At night, by means of sliding^head boards and heavy damask curtains,^as much privacy is secured aa in the regu^^lar first claa* sleeper. Plenty of fresb.^clean towels and a good supply of water^are also to be found A uniformed Doner^arcomoanies each ear to look after tbe^comfort and attend to tbe want* of tbe^passengers, and no smoking is allowed.^It certainly seems that for cheap and com^medians sleeping accommodations, while^traveling, these cars cannot be excelled.
WKlLlStS OF BODY OR BRAIN.
FILEDWITH THE 8ECRETARY.
TB* Groat Falls aad Canada Railway aa^jAaaarad Bnraasa.
/Artic.'esof Incorporation of the Black^^fining company, with W. R. a^nyon, O.^Ha g:.\ Frank E. Corbett and U. W. Ma^pleton as incorporators Tbe ear. tal stock^Is S2 500,000, divided into 600,000 shares at^U each. Business to b^ carried on in Silver^Bow co inty.
Certificateof incorporation of the G.eat^Falls A Canada railway company. Tbe^road is to traverse the counties of Choteau^and Ca^cade, commencing in Choteau at^tbe international boundary line of Mon^tana and the British possessions, about ten^mile* west of the west butte of the Sweet^Grass Hills, which will be the northern^terminus ot tbe roar1, which runs thence in^a southerly direction to the Marias river,^which itcrneses near Fort Conrad, thence^up the valley of the Dry Fuik branch of^th- Marias about fourteen miles by tbe^most direct route to Great Falla. The cap^ital stick is fi OHO but). The incorporators^are Donald Grant. Djnald W.Grant, Alex^F. Kinsman, S. Grant and Win A Barr
suprljp*y their bets.
inreal estate circles nothing of Import^aaesfis being done, but tbe building boom^goes on.
Off For Washington.
Tbehandsome Pullman car ^N^!i na^Park^ left here yesterday evening on tbe^N .rihern Pacific and will no direct^Washington. The car is one of tbe hand
someaton the lime. It is upholster d with^bine plush, has electric enunciators, hot^and cold water and all tbe improvements^for comfort and eaae In traveling. The^car contained tbe following party bound^for tbe national capital to attend the trien^^nial conclave of the Knights Templar: A .^.1. Kisk. Max Behrens, M. M. Holter. .1.^W. Ilathaway, Judge Wm. G add is ol Fori^l/'gan, Mrs. O A. and Bessie *Joathm^i)d,^Mrs. A. NU Wood, M'ss M Searles, W. S^^^.,u!rtii;g and wife, ^ H.Talcolt of Liv-^ii gston, I'beo. Klelnschmidf, Jr.. J. W.^O.inger, Dr. D. J. Wane. P. M. Knowlee,^^ i.. \\ Mtebead and G. F Conley.
Amarriage license was granted Xavier^Fabian and Miss Emma Becker yesteiday.
TbeMontana Central has placid aside^track on their road near Helena avenue^running into Lehman's warehouse.
Cbas.Smith, wanted at Great Falls on a^charge of grand larceny* was arrested in
thmcity yesterday by Officer Qrutin.
Majir Konan, who is in the co y, says he^ate a fitteen pound trou* for t^reakta^t yes-^ft rday moruing, wlnc'i was caught in Fiat^head lake.
Jtwa^ Dr. S. E. Wmn, and not VV^nne^who was granted a certificate to practice^meoicice by the Montana board of medical^exaroinera.
Owingto her dutiei in the schools keep^^ing her so closely confined Miss .losie Ma^^son has removed her studio to her home at^No. 742 Sixth avenue.
TheMontana Central local train runs to^the Hotel Broadwater each Saturday atte^arriving in Helena. It atarts from the^hotel every Monday morning a: 7:50.
Tb Montana Central morning train be^^w~ n Butte and Helena leaves now at^8:15 Instead of 82S. K^turn^ng it reaches^H- lena at 6:90 p m. On S juday the train^will leave at 9 o'clock a* usual.
Menhaving bets on Carter a\ : Maginnis^and Toole and Power will not p^.y Carte;^bets until the result of the Toole-Power^election is d-finitely known. They say if^Toole is defrauded they will not pay Ma^ginnls bets.
Anenthusiastic woman suffraire woman^*pesking about tbe election yesterday, said^Major Maitlnnis was defeated because be^voted against woman suffrage in the con^stifutional convention and .1. K. Toole^elected because he voted for at.
Thebab*^s corpus case of Dr. O. S^D VKe rauie up beforeHowey ye*
ter.layand the doctor was discharged, the^N braakn agjnt failing to pMSj* the doctor^was wanted for any cflVuso committed in^his state.
SymptomsWhich 1 mporatliely Call for^Host, not for stimulant*^Hospital: A tramp knows what it is to^be leg- weary, a farm laborer to be body-^weary, a literary man to be brain-weary^and a sorrowing man to be soul-weary.^The sick are often weary even of life itself.^Weariness is generally a physiological^^ebb-tide,^ which ttme end patience will^convert into a *'flow.^ It is never well to^whip or spur a worn-out horse, except in^the direst straits. If he mends bis pace ha^obedience to the stimulu*. ^\e:y step is a^drop drawn from his life blood Idleness^is not one of tbe fault* of tbe present age:^wearinees is one of its commonest experi^^ences. The checks that many a man araws^on his phi Biological resources are in' umer-^able; and, a* vnese \eaources are strictly^limited, like any other ordinary banking^account, it is very easy to bring about a^balance on the wrong side. Adequate^reat is one kind of repay meat to the bank,^sound sleep i* another, regu.a: eating an*^good digeauon another.
Oneday's holiday in the week and one^or two m tntba in the year for those who^work exceptionally hard ust.ally bring the^credit balance to a highly favorable con^^dition; and thus with care aud manage^^ment p ysioh gical solvency is secured and^oiaintaiued. But a physiological fortune^in as g^^'si a thing, or e%en a better thing,^than a money fortune Stored resources,^well inxested, keep the mind easy and the^body youthful. It, bowtver, a man have^not this*-, but ouly enough ot stiength^to go on steadily from day to^day, be should watch canf-liy^against excessive weariness. A fueling of^prostratit.n is tbe dark thuodtr cloud that^portencs a change in the atmosphere^Health, like weather, may ^break; ' and^wben once It is broken nobody know*^wben t.'ie barometer will mark ^set tail'^^again. Weariness, coming on in the ordi^nary cou'se of work without any special^and temporary cause, i* nature's demand^for an immediate holiday. The horse is^tired. He does not want the whip, but i^month'* iun in a quiet and abundant pas^ture. As nothing in the world can proper^^ly satisfy hunger except food, so no drug^or stimulant or any kind except rest can re^More tn ^ we ry to energy and health. The^doctor'* tonic is a very go. d thing in its^way, but it will no more act as a substi^^tute for rest tban a glow worm's light wiil^serve tbe same purpose a* the moon.
ftWffixntfrom ali the pt -inets la the coun^^ty hava been deposited with County Clerk^^rmft'corder Tixiker. H^ ugh nei her the
democraticnor republican coa-ity commit^tees have been informed how Butler, Mid^^dle Fork of Dearborn or Gloste; went^They are small precincts, however, and^will not alter the result, The footings cor^^rected and revised show mat Mr. Carter^received a mnjorily of ^.n ^ 63 instead of 84^Tuole's mtj iity in the eouaty is 275 iiar-^wcod, rspn ^lican candidate for associate^justice, eceived a'naj irily of AO. Baruen^ha* a majority of 1HS instead of M.
Tbevote forcpiint} c lunilsaiouer- *taad*^as follows:
Burns,r^stt^ Eigertoa, ^i . 1822; U ^^gat'. ^1 . -K .. . d.. 2 476: Tiwarn-^burgh, r, 2 286: Wh t-o.r. r , 2.211.
Msjinties^ Burns, r. 16S; Knight, d.,^1364; Edgerton, d . 101. Kogeron's maj Ji^^lt y over Tbeanbiijgh .sd*.
Dstrict Court.^The following suits have been Sled in
E.W. Toole vs. the Peerless Jennie^Mining company; suit on contract for^MM
First^National bank of Helena vs. tbe^Peerless Jennie Mining ermpany money^dematd for $42 179 16
Dr.M Kcekuiaii vs. J. E. Han pie; ap^pral from justice c. urt.
Dr1 ! niiips..n vs. the Montana Board of^Medical Examiners; suit to compel tbe^^^^ard to issue to him a medical certificate;^dismissed by tbe court on the ground that^no evide'.ce had been presented to sbow^that the Ki.*rd had refused to grant the^-certificate-, costs tsx^d against tbe plain^^tiff.
Trueto Life.^Tbe splendid crayon portrait of Hob. J.^k. Tooie which adorned the la Dtrsxbft^ t^bulleun Loard yesterday, and which a -^tracted so much attention, waaj drawn by^Mr. Moore, of the firm of Oieeon A Moore^Advance Portrait company. Mr. Moore is^an artist of rare merit bt d succeeded ad^^mirably in catching tb* expression of ihe^features of Montana's handsome demo^^cratic governor.
AnnualEncampment oi the Montana^Nation*1 GuarrJ^Worth* above encampment to n bed^Osys, 8-Ji to 13th Inclusive, tbe Northern^Pacific railroad will sell tickets to Fort^Ells and return at a rate of ^7 10 for th^runnd tti.v
TiCkeL**il! be soli^ on Oct. ^-h ' h^meluaive and will be g ^ d lo r^tnr
~BCludir.g Oct, itta.i on, up
A.D. Kosak Ge
WaiterBeckman, for a long time at the^ilarmonla hall, has a new place at No. 17^Warren street and will open to night.
W.W. Morris is in from Pony.
Manag-irJohn Maguire is in town.
CapePlummer ia heme from St Louis.^. Dr. E. S Cooper of Pony, is In tbe city.
JudgeLiddell of Bozoman, to at the Mer-^e ant -^ _
Jnde J. C. Robinson, of Deer I.odg^, t^^tn the city.
HonW. W. Dixon, of Butte, is at the^Grand Central.
MajorPeter R .nan, of tbe Flathead^agency, is in the city.
Mr.and Mrs F. R Schf.ffer have re^turned ftotn a trip east,
F.M. Darfeeand family of Philipsburg.^are visiting the capital.
D.C Corbin, the big railroad man of^3pokan^ Fall*, to In tbe city.
.lobrrN xon of Granite, and B O'Neal of^V a Ueni ^n, are at the Merchants.
Dr.G. W. Foster and Ben O. F ster, ot^Salt Lake City, are at tbe Grand Central
Mrs.Eiketo, widow of the late Dr. Eck-^returned to Helena yesterday from the^east. '
J-ro.Van Schmidt and wife, of l.o*^Ad teles, Cal., are registered at theOos-^ll t.poiSts*.
W.H- DeWItt, associate justice elect,^c m- over from Butte yesterday and is at^iho Coemopolitan.
A.O. Simmons, the newly appointed^a^nt of tbe Indian agency at Fort Belk-^. ip, to in the citj
MesarsDleckman, Tansslg and Abeles.^of tbe West Granite Mining company, are^at the Broadwater hotel from St. Louis.
Col.C. D. Curtis left for Fort Ellis last^night to command the twelve companies of^militia of Montana which are now as^sembllng there for ttie annual encampment^which will last seven days.
M.P. Benton, the venial traveling pas^senger agent of the Montana Pacific, re^turned from San Francisco y wterday, and^will remain in Montana some time to do^missionary work for the Manitoba rail^^way.
ThePernio System.^The Detroit free Press in a late issue, de^^scribing tbe attraction* at tbe Detroit ex^position, has tbe following to svxy: ^A^large picture containing The photographs^of a number of Intellectual looking l.'dits^and gen'lemed as well as young child en^repres* i.t.ng a portion of tbe Pernio abott-^hand class may be seen at their exhibit.
DressMaking Parlor.^Mrs. W. B. Sperling wishes to inform^her patrons and others that she has re^moved her Dross Making Parlo-* to the^^Grandon Blia^k^ corner 6 h ave and War^ren etreer, where she will oe pl- *sed to re^ceive them in the tuture.
Allclaims not consistent with the high^character of Sytup of Fig* are purposely^avoided by the California Fig Syrup com^pany. It acta gently on the kidney, liver^and bowelt, cleansing the system effect^ually, but it is not a eure-ali and make* no^pretensions that every bottle will cot sub^^stantiate.
Everin the Front
HO*bI4SD Ml GOT for sale cheaa, mod^roa. e sr and ft .iuo ratgj almost mm ln-^qaire a: P.a.t's statu* Core ssisut.
saLI-kuk via boBas, stab* corral^d abed*: M teas of hay, acrlcaitu'vi lm^p emenls. m^*lnr a vrrj r^*i arulc.- lan 1 tor^aaesp or bb^ stock at reasonat.:* j.rice aoc-eae^f o. Box US). Ueima.
INJksrfcLslNkos ( Hi
neyaad brxirti,dve street.'
Ol la Montana.
ThecoBufch fU ares sn1 tnisliiawj ubiH^for sal-^ F. rm^rlr Mort.r.o s Baaerr corner Hod-
LDpapers tor i
WalterBeckman has fitted up a hand^^some bar at No. 17 Warren s'reet,*and will^bave a grand opening to night
HELENA IN BRIEF
G.W. Jackson, music dealer
Dinnerfrom Vi to 6 at the Hon Ton.^an^pt^^..ff^ ^arP^n^t's dental rr^rrufcoYT'
jnromW; twrtir, merchant tailor,^Main street, opposite First National Bank
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^din.ng ctr route to St. Paul and the east-^Through trains leave Helena ttail-.- it 11U^5^a, m.
T^*zJ^^Iremoved her dreas-^room 10, Brown Mo-y.
Thephotograph* ^t Montana's -First^i eovijnor^ can be ootained of R. J. Gor-^dou, who has tbe sale of them for this
Thesixth annual meeting uf the Mon-^^ na W C. T. I will convene iu Mias. ola^^ ^ -t 88 and 24, 1mb) Tbe Northern Pacific^i ilroad. through Gen' rat Agent Kdsmr,^kin-lly offer the usual rednettot, a fare mid^a rtftn. Delegates must secure r^cetpis^trots local f gents that they have pao 1 fall^fare on KotnK. This will eotul- delegates^an return eertlBcate, which s-.cures one^lifth rate returning.
Mae.I_ K Hoviv, President.
JiltsA I.m t KntxraTHicx, ssacsntary .
Thiaindicates most dearly that the Pernio^siiorthand may be learn, d by students ol^^ res from H to 80 years. In the exhibit are^shown specimens of shorthand pen work,^including the L ^rd's prayer, the ij^Jj^!--U^n and menu and the Dec I ar at' ia*^Xii-ii-^donee, a poem O mpt*^-J^J written m^anasjthaiid by Clau Vj Fvraln, 11 years^o d, u snown,JU*well as leaaor- br mail,^^'Irakis pra**a*abltty C thU mode^f^^Jkacio ^ The system is caught at^r etj.-! ua Business College
Beckmanwishes to^nigh: at bis ^i*ning
friendsto-^17 W arte a
NewYork dreaamaker. IIS Broadway,^*s remove.! to S^h ^outh Main i
Ladiesabould call at Fred Gamer's and^wet a pair of slippers, a* be Is selling bees^at a rSBfr low figure.
f-.jenr beat patent four, the beat la tnr^Bxarket, and Wbittaker star baaa*. at
jokvT. MrrBraT ft Qa'sV
TilsonA Knots' farcical comedy.^^Chicks,^ will be produced at tbe opera^bouse next Monday night for tbe first time^tn Helena, The play has received tbe^highest commendation from tbe press. Tbe^company to composed of clever actors, and^a!^ouods in funny situation*. Tbe specialty^work is raid to be good. Tbe com pen j^wilt remain bat two nights.
T.J rtiddy, of tbe ^City Directory^^company, is in the city making arrange^^ment* for the appearance of h^* company,^which will bold tbe boards at tbe opera^house next Friday night. Tbe play is a^e^n^e^1y of errors and to full of laui.hs. All^of its characters are named Smith. Tbe^situattona are ludicrous in tbe extreme,^Tbe company to a good one, aad theatre^^goers wiil have a treat.
Don'ttorvet to attend Beckman** open^^ing at No. 17 Warren atreet m-night.
ABottle of Wine For Ten Cents.^Prom and after September loth we will^seal Cal. clarets and white wines, also^Lease's St. Lou.s beer at ten cents per Dot^Ue. delivered tree to any part at tae city.^Telephone 8*L
Boa*MAJ Bros A Co^Cor. Clureand Kdwaru* Street.
TheUnion Pacific railway, also known^as The Overland Route has lately added^to its service a numb* r of new ears (which,^by tbe way are built by tbe world-famous^Pullman company^ entitled colonist sleep-^era, and which for convenience and com^^fort are but little behind tbe Pullman pal-^^tML Tbe ears at* deaskned for tbe na*
Odcof my special delighls yisterdsy.^^aid a iady, was a visit to tne cloak and^^u t department of tbe New York Dry^Goids Store. I have visited many em-^p iriums that were great favorites with a^fashionable public, tut for a city of the^size of Helena tbe magnitude and the ele^^gance of the effects of this concern is a de-^c ded credit Helena evidently demands^the v y best of merchandise, as here :s^d splr ed ijuaint styles ot newruarkers of^Kelgr via. directory, and tht firNt empire^fa-bions. I could not hflp but notice ih-^exQuisite fit and finish, also the beautiful^manner of .rimming. The Egiptian new-^market, w h ap'ique gimp, th- pr p letor^informed tue was an especial favorite this^season, tbe style* being more varied and^the colors more pronounced. M lie greens.^French blue and moonlight gray, with^gorgeous trimming*, are to be seen here.^Oriental fashions, gathered from Alexan^^dria and off the Nile. Tbe M^w York Dry^(i ods Store Informs me has supplied the^Parisian this season for Its modern fash
TheBinding-of Books.^That piper covers are to a certain extent^driving ont bound books: that they dimin^^ish the general esteem in which books are^held for their own sake, and that they dis^^courage the accumulation of libraries^Is a truth no one will dispute, it^ia true that a great many people buy the^paper covers who would buy hound bonks^if tbe cheap form were not available, and^hy so much reduce the sale ol bound vol^^umes; but so far as it is a question of profit^for the publishers, it is prohably true that^the larger sales of cheap additions offset^tbe smaller margins. It Is true also^that a paper covered book Is not^bandied or preserved with the care^that is oeatowed upon a bound volume,^whatever it* character. At the best It is^renardtd as cheap and temporary, and Is^^oon worn out and forgotion or thrown^away where a bound book would be re^^tained %nd perform service for a longer^^ime and a largtf number of readers. Ttt^objection that the accuirniula' cri of libra-^lit* is discouraged by the prevalence of
one ot^he dts
AndDrop a I.elter in the .Slot-A^PosUititce Box Adopted.
Thepostoffi -e department has received^samples of the new style ot strt-ei letter^box recently adopted, and which will here^^after be used. The di-advantage* of the^old style bixea was that they were easily^robbed by the use of a gummed stick, a^piece of wire or a pair of curved nippers^designed especially for this purpose.^Many robberies oecurr d and the depart^^ment appe tied to the Inventors for some^^thing more s-*cure than the box at present^In use it was also desired tr^ have them^more secure from the weather, as in driv^^ing storms tho contents of the toxes have^fmiuentlv been badly drenched. The^new box ia exceedingly simple in^its construction and overcomes the^ot i^ction to the box now in^use. The slot i* not visible until a knob is^pulled down. Thisop'ns tbe slot, hut at^the same time raises a trsy within the box^which divide* it in two compartment* Al:^mail previously deposited is in the lower^compariment Knd 'he irsy fit* 8o tightly^that re thing can b** li rirteii through the^slot that will reach to the b atom. A 1**^ter InM-rted in the box remains on ihe tray^until t: e kr.^ b U released, when the tray^tails d ^wn like a stage trap door, ant* th-^letter is sec ire. So loi-g as rhe slot is open^^he contents of the 0. x are coveted by tbe^tray and are ioaci-essible. The arrange^^ment also prevents damag^ to inaii mat'er^deposited by the blowing in of snow or^rain Thedegign was accepted out of 140^presented. The b xeg will be made in^three s'tes. Instead of two. as heretofore.^The additional sii^ will bt^ rau^h larger^than any now in us-. The present boxes^will not be disturbed, but when damaged^will be replaced by the new style.
AnOdd Little Business.
NewYolk has perhaps the only manu^^factory of vF. ilian harps in the United^Sta'es. A company, whose sole represen^ta'ive seems to be a bear ed gentleman^who occupies modest i ffice* ^n the top tl or^Of a F.fth avenue business house, carries^on the trade. The harps are made by^cabinetmaker In Great Jones street and^sold to heaven knows whom, apparently^without other advertising than is contained^in a curious little psmphiet bristling with^p -etic quotations. The agent own* that^hi* harp, do sot sell mait^ to^J a,~a^l^The tii^nro..1 jjj'u^jc. The narp frames are^^^pie and other tine wootls, and^tW- strings sre of catgut and steel wir^I he harps are Bawd* of various sizes to I^windows of differing widtb. ai.d are pre^vided with a small p:ank attachment fe^windows of unusual size. The wind blows^through long, irregular, horizontal slits^the frame and plays upon the kejs in its^passage. Most of the sales are made in the^west and south, and tbe company'a repre^sentative expresses ^ cheertul confiJeoce^that tbe market for ^E dian harps will be^maintained.
Witheverything that Is New, Novel,^Cheap and Desirable in the Dry Goods^Line.
KveryDepartment Replete with Freeh.^Clean New Fall and Winter Good*.^THK NEWEST NOVELTIES,^THE GRANDEST COLLECTION^and THE LOWEST PFTCE3 of
anyHOUSE IN MONTANA.
OurNew Stock of Fall and Winter^Cloaks to Great-never so large before.^Ton may rest aesnred of the fact that^ours is the Be-t Stock of Ladies'Misses'^and Children's Cloaks, Suite, and Wraps^in Helena. That it is the Largest goes^without saying, and a careful com pari^eon of price* wtU convince you 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^Beet Styles, and Best Goods, but will un^^dersell any Dry Goods or Hat and Cap^House in Montana.
Oursto.k of Northwestern Knitting^Co.'s Celebrated Ribbed Underwear,^which we had such a tremendous trade^on last season is now ^.^omplete. There^is no such goods as these to be fouud^elsewhere in the city.
Wewill offer some special drives in^Children's Woolen Cnderwear during^tl is week. In fact we are offering bar^gains in every department of our im^^mense establishment. We will be glad^to have you call whether yon wish to^purchase or uot.
-*d*ertleeiranta under this stai^aertaal the^ 11 teas free of charge
r|'Wui.IKLs Ce^lr* hoi^A EC war, ^ street.
osework. Intjlare at 2*
|j'iL^tt ollt.^1^ work.
sjJiut arrived from tne east want^Kureae implojment ufflos, lta^ueleea avenue.
.Tot .Mi m \ S not afraid of work thor-^Xi- ^ u_t.li educated aad of temperate fiat fa,^bas coma ti-itn tbe east dealri_uj to lo-_.ie in lie.^en-, an 1 is i. quest of a peelUoa: saitanle reter-^eBoss foroietiou. Addles* W J. T , this ottos
iKU Mt_Mk^n la office or store ^here^^.uiD_-le r.q ilred ov s middle a_.,d man^of swadv and i.m. erate lianlis; jvod (^-n_uan^and n_.d rstsnds kaajt keeping; no ut iectlen to^*vla_. oat ot t ^wa. .-ddrees ix.l_.tiiu ..fflc.
C.Nifki.Nwants eltu.uon in printing ottce^2.ear ^ experience. It. u . this
FKSTAdjoining the Belvidere^House on the South, Fi ont Ing^Main Street,
Bya anion e _g-d wumaa to do^l-kin. ti^u*e work oi e-cond work and plain^ae^lna. w^u a like lo go t the country. AO-^jises M^-s M. L . City f. u , Helens. Utont.
A1_A1Y wants to do aeneral tiousew- rk In-^qu.re at tlx . awrecce street, l apital Lni
KK.mi'lailLj;while m^.n aaa^dren, hoth flist-cass co .ks, recently from tbe^ea-it, want positions A ad rets Geo. C. C.ihis
U/ANTKll-Panisand vest makers. None but^w g1JO . wurkm-n need app,'
WA%TkDM.n a--d^11 u. ei _t alknu:^ply to Jaa c I'_.^ h/,
teams to work oi^I branch is-Jroed.^iloulcer.
C.Ha J^ ULKK earns two men cooka, $^, 2 wal-^' t*r g rls, A caip-nters, one diahn-uiher^ansa an cuok S45,1 tie makers ^.a cenu. 4 cuoppers^^1 s coro, J leauinter j.a. 1 huaUer SJ, girl ior^r .mil^ in Ueiens et, man at mine S-fci
WAM'au^ oiupetent girl^housework, ni ne ..i... r
to to _e_e^need app.y. 41S
Mrs.Cleveland in Marble.
Abeautiful while marble bust of Mrs^Cleveland upon a pedestal of black and^white marble is at present occupjioff^corner of Mrs. Wilson's drawing room. It^was left in the ex marshal's charge wben^Mr. Cleveland went to New York. The^bust is l.fe _tn and Is the work of G^Scan ki, of Genoa, and bears date of 1884^it was made from impressions taken, when^as Miss Kolsom she traveled in Europe
Themarble represents tbe head and^sr.on.ders, sbowinir the cl.est mid way^l'be hair is dressed in tne style that Is no v^most familiar to tbe public a* that worn^tbe photographs ex'an. of this popular^lady of tb.whi'e h .use. In a coil on I he^top ^ f the bead with large curls about the^forehead and smaller ones about the n^.pe^ot tbe neck. The features ate ideal i- d^and the form is slight, 'the drapery is a^knitted undergarment made with a Mjtiare^opening at the neck, edsjed v.iih Uamourg^trimming, and a knitted shawl falling from^the sboulders in a roll forms tbe eoge of^tbe bust. The statue will be sent to Mr.^and Mis. Cleveland as soon as they are^rated in their Madison avenue house in^New York city.
ne^*p#r'coveK Is a real one and^^sot- Importance tban many will^posed to admit. So douot many wbo^would ordinarily be Inclined to acquire a^well sell cted library are led. on the score^of eeoao.uy. to purchase eopie* of the^cheap editions instead of tbe bound^copies wbl.*h they won d otherwise pur^^chase, and tbe. habit tends to grow^and become t i-lfmed Tgus small family^libraries will teco.iesmaller and more in^fr quent. and an .^^oortant element In^home education will fx diminished. All^these tendencies .'re to be regretted, and^these obj-ction* vre tbereiore of force.^_aevertbe.es* the vast stood in the way of^higher and better li'erary cu ture and the^improvement of general Intelligence that^is being accomplished oy the pouularizing^of good books through t^e medium of th^ci.eap editions Is a eoi_^ideratiou that^^h iuld. we ^liink. seu.'e the de^csion in favor of !^_** cheap^bsoks^at least for tbe present. It^may be reasonably hoped that the i'gar i^for I terature t.n.i information and sti.-iy^which I* thu*. nunistered to and increase.,^will have tbe effect, after a while, to create^and silma'ate tie drains to posse** and^preserve c- ib-cilor.* of bound v lunr* of^desiTs'yie worka Wheth r this sha'l prove^to _^p 'be ease or not, tbe fart that th-^ peo-^p'e are readier more good book* than ever^rvefore bikI fiat the general ir.teliig-r.ee^aad interest in matters of nvw-quence ia^constantly timwing because of tbe easier^availability of good literature are powerful^reasons for being glad that cheap books^are In tbe fashion.
NoExcuse i eft.
NewYork Truth: There^certain fashinnabie Fifth avenue^tailor wl o occasionally indu'get in a^little exhilaration after business hours.^Wben is :bis condition he Is famous for the^freedom with which he looses his tongue,^and the vigor rather than the choiceness of^his lansuage. lie was well advanced in^tbe medium stage of his alcoholic relaxa^^tions the other nignt when he entered ^^Broadway saloon and jostled one ot bis^swellest young customer* at the bar.
howare you. Mr.^.^ he said reaching^ont bis hand: ^have something^^ ^Saw^thank*,'' drawled tbe person accosted, with^bis most supercilious stare and utterly ig.^nored tbe protruded hand.^I am not drink
ingnow.^ ^Then,you!'' said the
iratetailor, ^yon ought to be able to pay^your bill.^ And next day he Instructed^his I wyer to collect Mr. ^'s ace unt by^.1 e pit t'esS of i^w
PlowCrtaalul No tea.
DbkbLodge. Oct. 4 ^[Special to the^Independent. J^New* cooaes to twwn that^several days ago a little girl 8 or 9 years of^age. livtcg at Champion, was assaulted bj^a man by _ha_aa_ne of Frank Bandit.^Lata night the house where the girl aad^were living was blown ap with^by some unknown person.^The children wer* not injured, bat tb*^woman received several harts about th*^heal. Whether Bandet had anything to^do with blowing up the bouse or no* Is not
HayGoes t'p In Smoke.
Cascade,Oct. ^. ^ [Special to tbe Inde^^pendent.] ^ ^*m Bunnel', of Cher-nut^valley, met with a serious loss to day.^While he was having a lot of hay baled tiie^friction from a shaft in tbe steam b_ller^generated beat sufficient to set the hay on^fire, and burned up 200 tons worth $30^per ton.
Coawterfeitersia tn* Tolls.
Inman a i- lis Oct. 4 ^ United State*^secret service officers made a big haul of^counterfeiters to-day. For six week* de^tec tires have been living with two gangs^which have rp rated tn Orange county^Tie officers made a said to-day and seven^ot iL*^ fifteen are under arrest and the^others a.^ being pursued.
Wj.mshTs. Oc^- 4.^The IMttd-lt^late this afternoon made .-^e following ap^^point men:*: Collector* of i_.*^rnal rev^^enue: Henry W. By In gt on. for the .^~-^rta^district of Cal forms; Jsn.es W. Trnmsu.^Car the district of Cns^ra^ln
Thefollowing transfer* were filed with^the countySVlerk and recorder yesterday:^Taoaia* A. Caere Bill to Blbrltr H^toss S. ^ r^Btoc* St, Ch.e. mat^^-^_r-l-^dw|B^ .
werGarden Ac I n
ROOMS11 AND UX,^PITTSBURG BLOCK.
(Forw-erly1. X. i . Hotel.)
Bznmsartner^ Milch, Preps
WARTtli six or mors good hrlc.l^Will let rtestl. wmk untilCLrlalm.s^u. 3ij i er _ \ nu.e -tours woik. \_.^oe. k, snot ane Falls.
SjUnt cUs*H c ^n cook, . i*undr^^l ai*.h^*.-ba-^r. ^ i*mu^ roulve, n^, 1 . ia e- Lua-^ : tiutlnx fxjm % r. lor ^rivi^ie^txisrai^a toiieo. stppl/ ^^ C^p tat Amp.tiyiueat
OaDCe,Wm\\ e bC *-^*'..
-1KL *iai le.. tor Ken tm kMWRM^Jl _ai 5.4 v\ Le^^r**nc^ ^ it^et
AaOV kriiU fur CaUia*** Aefurm W-a_u,ta. ^tairt^XJ ^ atBsUf baosututd*; il-J
etc.Ne* ijuooi. unr r^vnt _i oa.ui., m\uu^mtue S ^ u. ton ut t t..\ .hl. -1 ,^, L^ t. .. , -
jgfcjgj^ ^ ^ir-*yta *_ MM^j
a^ i a U Ih eUi men to re present cs lu t n 1.-^~i_t coBi tj. oar boMks are tbe li
t-lneralariangements made alia^Address, Cbas. _.. Wshster s. Co.,^M:i__i ^,^_i.(i. klcn.
intbe wisiid^g.. d party.
U'IM tl' Iwadj to bandle tbe Delmuntco cook^bo.'k llandaume incomes being made b^^those duw a', aura on It, rive Londred thuoasnd^copies will t^^ soid. Liberal terms tu goixl . art)^\ .uie . t ,1 ; ruculars, L barlua _. a t b*_ar A^Co., Min-ieapoiia, Minn, oend for can._____
LaUVAU ai-Ts warned fur my w.ndirtcJ new^rubber undergarment, grandoat Invention
li.reoinen ever -wp. Mrs, id. F. jjjsts, C Mragu
aU-.i.a Wa.M i_D^..r Bouied biectr_clt/, en^_T\ tliely uev , pais $30 a dny. AddrecB, L7. S.^U-.tce ^.f_^. Co bottle Dept., Chicago, Ills.
Forxto-i 1^IjgjUjgfg, _Jue:_.o8_i flao6a ,Eio
tjOR H^ST^ A suite o rixm, single If pre^JD terrmi, with b^srd, 1-4 Jefleraun street.
UK2 room house for rs_,t; 412 Ming street,
t.Oit H__r*T^alx anal .even room bouses; all^X1 mi-Jem lmprove_uen_s. Inquire of J.
OHBUT^ Firm room
ftt113 ^ 1*TK MfNC
Kiit_UtMr^Tws nine room houses, with all
Fottitlt-Nl Steven room co.tage, ceutral^-Ion. Call at t'auison Jr McCuanell.
utsift U v-i li 111 ui 1aJti u.r c4%/
****^ aarirt llBUJledln ra_a_lw O.
TheIron Ft mt on H*ln etraet
1un .for ter
i.(j.. KtaaNT^brick hoaee; eU rooms^JD Dearborn avenue ana Uac.Beretre^.t
Dr.JB. K -, - ^r . ^ ^,
cornerInquire^room 3u r*xn*biirfc;h block.
-squireof J ohc^burvh hlnrk
VKhb NT^storerooms in Penn^*^orer.ioma and uttlre* in Pittsburgh^^ W. ThompsuB. iw.m it.
^_b__^fur-uahed and OafaraiEted.
1R-.TCLA^s table board $-. par eeek at 14
poitkaNT^Two lartre, i.icelv furnUhed front^rooms, alih us-ui b.ih. atT-b Fifth avenue.
FEET on Helena Avenue, at^Crossing of Lyiidale and Mon^^tana Avenaee,
inFlower OarJen Addi-
laivecWait forOur Com,
Owingto our increased facili^i _-__s_^*i for the coming; .tea-ton na^seanon. when our competitors were,^con trait with the morn prominenr^control for this city of many of tbe t
Ournew addition 18 ne^^ns comp^Notice of this will appear
intne HershSelJ Addi-
CHOICEResidences in all ;Parts^of tue City.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO.
Seventhannaal opening. Flrst-clses lr.stmc^don In Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arltbmetl^^and all common English studies.
Tyt-Bwritinfif,Teleeraphy snd German. First^Class Instruction guaranteed. TultK.n moderate
HT. ENGLEHORN, Prln ,
|jV,KKaN r^ tt.Hima.ei-.gie or In suites of two,^JL' three, or four. In a K Uaies buildup, come^elith av, nue ana v. arren atreet. 1 h a buudia*^is supplied with steam he it a_^d has vU tb*
emSBBj*BaaisBiSBs on eacn floor.
La*,e w.ll furnished rooms, with^ui tivi.ru, be tH.nth Budaey st
JC or v.nh
VJh KsNT- Kooms la Sal parts of then^* ply Capital amplo/ment olHoe. _u Li^atreet.
l%iB_VLV turn-eked parlor and bed room and^-l_ * rurr-lehed rooms t ir geu'leinea. near Main^aueet Inquire at ^o '.A iff ____; atreet.
InSums to Snit on From Sis^Months to Five Years Time^on Real Estate _-*ecurity.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt't
Boardof Trade Koom, PtttsUire Block. Ml tail 1
L'l'KMSU_;iKtitMi. at forter Flats, BwlDE^X.^ street: oclirel) renovated and under new^raasagan-eaL Call ia basement or at Sorter
Muth A Cox, Ould block. '
XHSfAtTKIC or __en._lr House^ateam heat,^eleirant roo__.a; So, 7S, ^1. s its ai.SU p.,^Ni. dtorepntable character* allowed.
HA8VKYHUU8S. eraad street, sew and^aleg .ally f jraisheu rooms, alnirl^ or In suits
Lostana i onna.
LOiTa small no's book on Bent-* svei ue^.T^*!_lnder wXU toa'ar s favor by leaving at
Mok^ to loan in ^um. of tv* to $10 nno.^on Improved pr1.p_.rt7 IB th^ citv of Helena^and on farms and ranches in Montana m..n^j
f-t'Stt';*1_.'^_, b.oU^llB^! mri^o^^a H. a. Palmer,^ISBSS Mock. Helena
MONETTO LOAN nrxm Helena real .riat*,^, _f.,'n ^ssonable terms. Ai^},l^ to Kdwar.}^B t Thorn psoa block, Helena,
LBroe amooBts of money to loan 00 improved^and unimproved city real estate and on
rajirhesat low rates. C. f . El.ls A Cn_ Insurance^-areaU. real sstate arenta. morta^M loans
TOSHto loan on improved Helena^A Time aad terms to suit jao. 8. 1^rooms s and 7. Asbby bulldina;.
Monday^ today, 0C. 7 ^ 8.
Dlrsctfrom the principal New York^Theatres. First Annual Tour of Ameri^Ca's Rer r^seutt tive and Acknowledged^Comedy Kxtractors,
Intheir Latent Succees,
ByV. F. FIELD.^Funniest FARCK Ever Written.
\fMB jiLifO the CKlshrsted cla r^ovant can^-^1 be consulted at ihe Hotter bulldlnir, nx
ANTED^^ i head of ca Ue
___--__h^~ -^-i^__w. pieniy or r_ay aad^good re g^. Aficrsse Alien* 8. B. Butth-r.lnce-^gender, t . fflre
QOMEone to adopt three months old boy.^O dress V, this office.
SbbmpWANTKD^1^00 Mertao or Cotswold^_ swea, 1 to s years old. Address box 18, Helena.
CelebraUdVal Biatz Beer
J[Cents per Glass J^ g
FineCigars and Liquors always on han^ftlTK d8 A CALL
renlralL.^r f B^*T tne to *lexaBler fra
deedtor kx tn T!et_'n' etdt'loa
IsMcwe^ Bali t to ft. w. McCtsbbII. leas s
T.Mar., as. H^ eaa _WB
PredkH-^ a Vlah an Wanto H_ Bast^.-*, _oSs
SSSt. M-x-k L, Blake a watjoa
waryC_s*a ks F'sak O Ti d-n lota 5, ^,
bkik . P ower nard^n addl.-oa
AM ^TiorBherrt a^ Chns-tBrt wrtsiIssS
lot17, r, or a L Blaln- -i. t-k-b
J- Bi.ka SB last L Wans*, tot ft, block
Ue fast-Mali Short Line from tt^PmoI aad Minneapolis via La Crowe and^Milwaukee to Chicago and all point* In^the Eastern State* aim Canada. It ia the^only Un* under one osanagement '^-^twees St. Paul and Chicago, and is th.^Fine 4 Equipped Railway In the North^^west. It is the only line running Pull^^man Drawing-Boom Sleeping Cars wltb^Luznrione Smoking Rooms, and the^a*-****. Dining Cars In the World, vU the^fama - ^River Bank Route.^ along the^shoree of Iw_ke Pepin and the beaatiM^MlflB_JBlppl hJver to Milwaukee mm)^Chicago. Ite trains eouneet with those^of the Northern lines tm the Srand Unioo^Depot at 8l Paul. No change of ears of^any eiaae between St. Paul and Ctalcatra^For through tlcketa, lime-table*, and full^lnformatton, apply to any coupon ticket^agent tn the North went- R Miller,^flaa*. Manager; J. F. Tneker, Ass'I Qenl^Manager; A. T. H. Carpenter, Seal Paaa.^an.! T__t_ Agt: Sen. H. e-afft-rd, Aset^Sen! Pass, aad Tki. 4gX Mtlwattkee^Wis. W. H. Dixon Assrt Ssal^at. Paai Mlac.
_____-I I_.C3-_R ._^___ T_D_E^GRAiN ^ PRODUCE CO.^Belgrade, Montana.
Wholesaletisalsis tn Wheat, oats. Hay aad an^kinds of Kara Produce. 8 hipping points- Bo-*-
X1st wac 11 FTtssasi-ck '
WHITE,JOHNSTONE ^ CO.,
BENTONAVE. PROPERTY.^Ota adjacent to railroad
Und*rth^ Personal Management of Mr.^John Cort, supported ry a Superb^Company of Artiste. The Most brill^^iant Company on i h- Road. Sale of^Seats opens Saturday, f ictober o, at^Pope _v O'Connor's Drug Store
G-nts'Clothing Cleaned, Sconred, Al^t*red and Rebound. Bout Workmanship^and Really done at Short Notice. No.^24 Edward Street, back of Assay Office.
ofJames U. M' ^voy, c^ceased. Node*^is hereby glvea by tbe _n.efsl.ned, ezscntor of^the estate of James MrAvny, dec eased, to the^creditors of snd al persona h ..lie claims a_.alt.st^sed, tn axhlbi' th.m with the ne^a^wtiktn f^.or Booths sfv-r ibe Srst^publication rf thl* notice, to the saald executor at^hi* rtsidSBes, Tea Mile cre-k. the sam* batnf tbe^I lica f 'r the transaction of the bBStaeas cf said^ea ate, ia the county of Lewis * Clarke
felixLCNDBT.^Kxocnter of the estate of Ja_aes JfcAvoy, de-
lisiodHele a. M T . Oct 4. IS**
isuit themselves with Stylish, Well-Fitting Clothes of^Material at Reasonable Prices, from our ready made
MAKING.A. POINT !
makea point of insisting upon the distinction between
CheapClothing and Clothing Cheap.
VVeliaveCorrect Clothing for All Men Boys and Children,^suitablt-for all occasions and occupations. Our New S ock ia^all Bright, Clean and Freeh, and at prices you cannot resist
J.DAVIDSON ^ CO..
GeneralLine Agricultural Imolements
HAYAND GRAIN IN CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY.
12912 NORTH MAIN STREET.
CALLAND SEE THEM !
(R**r rim. ^^tion__i Ruk) Grand Steen
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPAT
lenow prepared to deliver Coal from It. Mines at
Toconsamfra In this city. For Domestic and Steam pnrponeo.Roclcy Fork Coal^has no superior in thia market. It Lights Kaadily, Makes hot Fire and leaves Uttl*^aeh. TBY IT.
PrincipalOffice: ROOM 26. PITTSBURG BLOCK.
GILCHRIPTBROS. ^ EDGAR, Helena,^h L. BONNKR A CO_ Deer Lods-e.^TIIK MIN KR.3' LUMKKR CO.. Butte.^0. E. MILLM. Park City.^Bl'SUA ^ BAILEY Big Timber.^L. 8. HOLLIKR, Bozeman,
ESTES.OOnULL CO, Anaconda.
6-O. T. YOUNG, LtTingston.
BERGBROS , Townnend.
W.H. WHITE, Stillwater.
(PennBlock, cor. Main and Bridge Street*- Opposite **r^|*
Everything- ^^w and First-Class. Steam heat and alevat
HATE-i: ntOH $1 TO *S PER SAT.
nI |___S nam la Bmimmm. mma OooS Arcrr_DD_..4____oa__
^^ICan to^*!^D rlRI PAID TO HOTEL.
BealdenceLots in all Parts of the city.^A number of Fine Besideoosa^Several Oattagma near Depot for sale^o Im^tallment Plan.
TownLots and Mining Property ia^GokeCity.
Anumber of Fine Ranches in F'at^head Valley to ale vary cheap.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,
Romas S and fi. Union Rlock
taBdraiiCry for Pucher1* Csstorte.
Buysand sells for Cash, therefore are able to save you 25 -per cent on
LADIES'^ CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,^DRAPERIES ^ TABLE LINENS,^TOWELS ^ NAPKINS,
NOTIONS^ SMALT, WARES.^HERALD BUILDING.BROADWAY, HELENA.