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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: SELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBEB lOiSgfc
HASGONE WITH HIS GRAFT
A Smooth Swindler Succeeds in^Fleecing- Members of the^Sporting Fraternity.
HePasses Spurious Drafts on John^Hardwick and Beck Hamilton^for Largo Amounts
Ti.br.an Karl) Truiu for tin W^-^t ^^^! li^ViiIIumi-iI liy ^ln i III .li lTvrl-. ml
Avery slick former ^bn is 8u|^ixised to be^iu Hutte at preaent is wanted very badly i^^Helena l^y John Hanlwiek mid Heok Himiil^ton. MM sport inn men. Mr. Miimiltou in^f l..r^^^ loser unil Mr. Hurdwiik |M kNM by^the Kt-titlt manly swindler's iirtful wile*.^About u week 1410 h diritinuuislicd l^Mtkiuu^iu.in who pMM hi* BMM M 11. Ik MBBbBb^made his iipiieuruuee in Helena und lieomne^a habitue of the Kanihlinu resorts. He^aeemed to lie well supplied with money mid^played with \ :ir^ inu luck, in a careful, con.^oervative maimer, making no desiN-rute^^bjHB Tuesday ninlit. while in Hardwick^i Wood's place, on the corner of Main mid^Wood street, he lost what money he had^with him. and asked Mr. Hardwick if ha^would rush a draft, UWldxitlli one. as he^sisike, on the Second National bank of New^York for *^^.'^^' Mr. Hardwick examined the^draft and. satisfying himself that it was^genuine. gnYa Lonick tha moutf.
Withthe easy assuianee of a professional^thief lioniek counted the bills to ON that no^mistake hail boM made and sauntered to^the faro table and sat down. He bought a^^look at red chips and played, losing, lie^then left tne saloon mid was absent aboiil^two hours when he returned and bought an^^other stack of reds. winning. He cashed in^and left and has not been MM since. After^the stranger had been from llie house some^time. Mr. Hardwick took another glOMt at^the draft and toyed it with a fMllag of sus^^picion. He retired Tuesday niyht with the^thought on his mind I hat he had done a^foolish net. Arising early yesterday BMaTO-^inn he at once telegraphed to the^Heoond National bank of New York,^to inquire if l/mick's draft^was(). K. Withoutinuclidelav 09 IMVM^was received stating that such dr.- fts Wert^a forgery in every particular. Mr. Hard^wick quietly notified the authorities who
I., a search for the clever tiuaiicler, but^the bird had flown.
Ithad not been a -Mat while after Mr.^Hardwick discovered that he was duped,^when another victim of Lomck's was on^the warpath. This was Heck Hamilton,^who conducts the club rooms in the A. O.
II.W. building. Here Lonick had succeeded^in cashing a draft for fl.iVlO. Hen,:' a^thoroughbred Lonick sat at the gumniK^table and played (at I couple of hours, dur^^ing which time he hail lost #1.0110 of his ill-^gotten foilll back into the faro ^MBB, He^left fXa) of the money with Mr. Ham^^ilton, who offered it to him as he was about^to leave the place. No, he didn't want the^money then. He was indifferent about this^small sum, and told Mr. Hamilton to keep^it for him for two or three days, or until he^returned from Hutte. Hill free-and-easy^manner threw everyone oil their guard, and^it is now believed he intended to make a biu^haul on Mr. Hamilton by tins little^maneuver had he not been checked in time.^Lonick left for Unite yesterday, it is sup-^pwed, and took his trunk with him. It is^lielieved that Lonick has secured money^from several other houses in the city, who^have not yet re|iorlcd. While it is not^definitely kuown.it is believed Lonick has^a partner in with him in his uioiicv-iimking^enterprise. SlieiilT .lefteris left for Hutte^yesterday as soon as tiossible after the^forgeries wen discovered mid John Mahan^a faro dealer for John Hardw ick left for^that point in the afternoon, having se^^cured a warrant and been sworn in hh u^special oll'icer. Manlian can easily identify^UM if he is in the city as he played against^his game considerable.
Somemen believe the swindler is the no^^torious ^ bib Stem in dloguioa, lie has the^gentlemanly bearing ol that refined crook,^llnmgli Lonick is the |s^ssessor of a neatly
trimmedobin bend. Orth stem mi la
Helenaabout two yearn ago, and success^^fully dapod prominent business men of this^city, us agent of the Century magazine. It^is hardly probable that this man is Stein,^however, as about u year ago the latter was^reported to have been sentenced to a long^term for forgery at Pittsburg. ^Mlicials af^^fect to know nothing of the incurrence.
UixeMnrplij has n-muvwl her 'InwMiiakiuit^liarlon* t^i rnoin Jullruwii lllm-k. VYiirri-n Ntoo-t.
Albion1*. Holbnsik, ami Miss Mary K.^olderil daughter of Silas 11. and Mrs. Crounse,^were married last evening at the home of^the bride's parents. No. 8 North lt'idiu-v^atreet, Kev. T V. Moore olliciating. The^wedding was a quiet one, none but the im^^mediate friends of iln- family being present.^Florist Wells had artistically decorated the^room with beautiful Hon, rs which lent a^charm to the siirioiindings. After the cere^^mony Mr. and Mrs. Holhrook re-
ivedthe congratulations of friends^for their future happiness. The^prem lit-i were many. UM-fnl and ornamental.^Mrs. HolbriHik is a Helena girl, having been^born twenty years ago in a house which^stood on the same lot where the present^house now stands. She grew up in tins city^beloved by all w ho knew her for her sterling^attributes. She has lived east, however, for^the |iast buir or live years.
Mr.Holhrook is a rising young business^man of Chicago, of the firm of V. 1'. Hol^^hrook A Co.. No. II:' Kinzie street and 217^Wiiter street. Mr. and Mrs. Holhrook leave^for Chicago, their future home, this morn^^ing, followed by the good wishes of all.
TheHelena Marble Works, lower Main street,^Smith A (mtwelin. props., have just received two^eiirloails of toiikIi iiiarhle mid Kranite from the^^marries in the Mat which llie^ intent) to manu^^facture into all the hiO-sl si^lis. of cemetery work.^Ml work will lie executed iu the must artistic^^t)le and at eastern prices.
Thefollowing new case* have been tiled^in the district court:
HelenaStreet Hallwaycompany vs. Ida K.^BoWllcrans: condemnation priK'eedingH.
JohnMedium vs. Jacob Suit/er. James^W, Kaiker, Fletcher Maddux, trunk Sizer^and Albert hleinschiiiidt. trustees of the^I'ressed I.rick company; action for debt.
I'lmtotmphi.of tin- democratic nxwter, repr^-^^aauaaJto*. Tisile iu. ^l ook o' the Walk.^ for^-ale at The It.-.- Hue. Mailed to all aarts of the^M.U- for Bl BBBBj.
Patft bottle of California while wine or^claret; this wine is guaranteed pure and^wholeaoine. We also sell the celebrated^Leeuip's beer at the same price.
BoBBBLUNBuoa A Co.^Cor. ( lore mid Kdward Sts.
I'M MEXIl W MIXES.
TurnPound of One ^^f the Greatest lt^^-^e i ii-.i- of i .i li li^)^.^A great deal has been an id about lost^mines in Mexico. According to traditions^there are seven remarkably rich mines^somewhere in western Chihuahua or eastern^Sonora. The inhabitants of these mining^cuinpM were kni.il in an Indian uprising,^and every trace of them has disappeared.^Among these mines Ouayanopa and one^other were exceptionally rich, Isith in grade^and in quantity. None of them has ever^la-en found. An important discovery has,^however. Iieen made reapeding one other^mine, the name of which is at present a^secret, which may possibly lead to the dis^^covery of some or all of the others. This^one, at leust, is much older than it has been^thought to be. the discovery is one of doc^^uments.
Theyare over 200 years old, and begin^with the statement that the Indians are rest^^less, that an uprising is imminent, and that^pn pai.it ions have lieeii made for defense.
ILis document, with others, was inclosed^iu a box and sent the church in a certain^town for safe keeping. It descrils-s in great^detail everything about tin- mine, even to^the men. women and children there and^their occupation: described I lie liells and^their inscriptions; the distances and direc^^tions from I nere to every nulling camp and^town in the district: gives fifteen as the^number of mines being worked in the camp:^descrilies the vault in which was deposit id^eleven cargoes i uIkiuI :^M |s^unds i of gold^bullion Bad800 of silver: descrils-s each of^the fifteen mines, the distances from one to^the other, the class of on- from each and^their value, and describes one ill particular^that IBM flM.flOO !^ tpM These diM'Uinelits^contain, ill fact, a detailed account of the^discovery and working of these mines and^of everything in the district.
TheIndians did rise and every vestige of^this and other camps was wi|*-d out and^nothing was left but tradition, so far as^known, until these dia'tiim-iits were found,^nojf have been carefully compared with^otln r dia-uments of the sunn- (H-riis! and^with the general history of that tune, and^their dates fully coincide. An wpodltioa^was organized to hunt for the mine, but has^not \et starte l. Should Ibis nunc be found^it will undoubtedly lead to the discovery of^the others connected with it in tradition,^nud will give the country such a Issim as it^BO! el Bod before.
Thediscovery of these documents is re^^garded as important. It is believed othei*^exist in the churches, csia-cmlly those m the^iu mntafal towns of Chihuahua and Solium.^I hat part of the Sierra Madre is terra in^^cognita, and yet there are on every hand^evidences' of human occupation^historic as^Wl 11 is prehistoric tertaci-h. ruins of towns,^of mining camps, dumps ev. i \ where, smelt^^ing, furnaces. dOBM, irrigating ditches, itc.^Col. Alcede says the country was occupied^by many tribes of Indians. Kven t hey have^disappeared, or exist only in the half-breed^Mexican, the Apache, the Tashuniari, the^'Tina, the (Iputa. or the Miiicobruo. Tin se^BBTI ill degenerated, and the country is^open once again, after over two centuries,^to the adventurous pros|icctor and miner.
Humboldtand Ward both prophesied that^richer mines, both in quality and quantity,^would be found iu this part of Mexico than^iu the older and more ^tVoloMd districts of^the south, and tln.t they would pay from^the surface down.
H|wciaJsale for this day only at tha Hee Hive of^a lame lot of dolls, which will Is- sold at limit^thau imisirt price.
I-^eli-- are es(Hs iall^ invit^^d to attend the BOO^^tioii sale uf jewelr) and art K'snls lieda) at 2 p.^iii.
W.ti. BAILEY JEWKLUY 00.
View*of Hotel linselwater ami* taMlw.tcit^ of^Helena, imblli bnildiiuts. National Park an I^MobUiiaJx-oiier) ^t The PM Hi^e.
Hutthree cases were tried ill the police^court yesterday, the gravest offense being^drunk and disorderh
Itiv. ])r. Kaleigh left this morning for^Hutte, where he lectures to-night ill the in^^terests of a new church enterprise in that^city.
SheriffJefferis yesterday took to the^Warm Springs asylum the two unforluni'tes^recently found to be of unsound mind in^the probate court.
Therewas a rumor to the i fleet last i veil^ing that the county commissioners would^In niaiidainiised to compel them to canvass^the vote of Lewis and Clarke county, but^the rumor could be traced to no reliable^source.
'Thestatement of the business of J. S.^Dunn ^ Co. shows nsaets as follows: Fix^^tures, $7*41; merchandise. ffiOO; cash, ijihtl);^Ixsik accounts, lf.4.itHX; total assets, j[^.ri,7Kt.^I In liabilities amount blto.lH, with prefer-^ences amounting to
Thepublic library of Helena leeeneiUes^terday twenty Volumes of the Library^Magazine, ( 'assrll's Kiicy^'lo|s-dia, Lives of^Martin Luther, Coiniinalore Perry, Km-^|MTor William and other books amounting^in all to fifty-four volumes.
Marriagelicenses were y esterday issued to^George Loonier and Mrs. Mary DaloBaW, of^Hutte; Albion I'. Holhrook, Chicago, and^M is~ Marv K. f'rounse,Hcli na; Albeit ti.Itar^shall and Miss Annie L. Johnson. Helena;^W c. Pierce and Mrs. M A. Hriggs. Helena.
Atthe Uraiid Ceiiral hotel yesterday uf-^ti riHHiii, ('has. H. Hudlev. of Anaconda,^was married to Mrs. LottJa A. Snow, of^Haugoi, Me. Kev. Dr. Kah-igh, of St.^Paul s Meliiodisi Kpiseopal ciiureh. ollici^^ating. 'The happy couple left on the afler-^BjOOB train for their future BOOM in Ana^^conda.
Geo.Hall, who has been running a pas^^senger train on the Bosky Mountain ilivi-^aion of the Northern Pacific for the lust^three or four years, has purchased Pat Lao'a^interest !^ tha Golden Spike saloon, at the^Northern Pacific passenger depot. Mr. Kd.^Drnry. Mr. loco's former partner, remains m^the buaiuess.
PresidentGreen, of the Montana S^^tiet^^of Civ il Kngimi-rs, has called a anaeial mei t^ing for Saturday. Oct. 12. at the office of^Chief Kngmocr Heckler, of the Montana^Central railway, in Helena. 'The object of^this meeting is to take action U|hhi an nn^P'.M mi comiuuniciition from a eommittie^of the American Society of Civil Engineers,^relative to determining whether a satisfac^^tory basis can be established for affiliating^with that s^a;ietv.
TheBBflUpB sale of jewclr.N. watches and art^KikkI* at W. (i. Hailey Jewelry I'o.'s bids fair^to Iix ^ Kreat siicivss. Sale ut - p. u,. and 7 p. in.^Unday.
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Makeonir iblMllill Lapp) and avail yourself of^the one day sale of dolls'at The Ifcv Hive. Hale^|s^itively for to-da^ only.
Mrs.Leysoii. the medium and mental phys-^icinn ut Penn Hlia'k. 'Take your pictures^and ores and see what she can do with th. in.^She is one of the greatest mind readers of^the day.
Lailixsshould call al t'ml (iamer'a and n.-i a^i*ir of ^lii,|i^-r^. a^ he is ^-llin^ them at a very^low turure.
Diseaaesof women a specialty,^avenue and Main street.
Allclaims not consistent with the high^character of Syrup of Figs are purpoaely^avoided by the California Fig Hyrupcom.^pauy. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver^and Isiwela. cleansing the system effectually,^bat it is not a cnre-all and makes no pre^latMOM that every Isittle will not iiah-^atantiate.
TWOYOKK WKLL HI1UKKN OM \^^ (itH^. May A Co.. Itoom s. Pittshurit Hhs-k.
UANCHWITH HOl'SK. STtHLK t nltll\T^^ and aheils. HH tons of hay. atrrieulliiral Eb-^plements, making- a very iiood irnuina land for^sheep or any stis-k. at n^nonahle price. Addnws^P. O. Hox ^'^^!. Helena.
1)PAPF.KS \T THIS OKKICK.
IllI I \\ VM I ii I KM \l
LMllST-lLASS SI'i UMI lilltL: MAN DISH-^^ washer: cisik for Ikmrders, and ten house^airls. Apply at Capital Luiployiuent tlflice. 2|'J^UMMi stns-t.
IADYTOHANDLF.THK DKLIMONU OCtHIK^Iksik. Handsome income* being made by^thoM' now at work on it. Kite hundred tlioiisand^OOMai will lie sold. I .literal terms to ^Bad |iarty.^Address fur |iartieiilars. Charles 1. Webster A^Co.. Minnea|s^lis, Minn. Send for canvasser's^catalogue.
IADY iLOKim wanted HMt MY WON-^ih rfiil new rubls-r undera-armi-nl. Ilrandest^invention for women ever secu. Mrs. 11. V. Lit^^tle, I hieaao.
IADJf. AliT.N I-S rpR CHILD'S
... -..... ,....o.n ItKKOKM
Waist*-;Skirl Hustle Substitute. Hah) l)is|^-r^Supisirter, etc. Hff fuoda. OurOMM at Austin.^Minn., in.vle m in ten dajs. Lathes Supply Co..^2*7 Washington slns-t, Chicago.
I^OMITTKNT lilltb Tt) IK) general^' housework, none others need apply; 4H^ T.w-^iug sins t.
HBLPMTANTKD M ILK^rev* l^^\s in 0UN BOTTLING WORKS.
Itn4s.iti.innPros. A Co.
j'LIMIIKIIS AND WIHKMKN ON HOTIl KLF.C-^^ Iric lurht and telepiiotie work iu Stsikaiie^Falls, Apply to \V. S. Norman. S|sikaue hails.
iif.N AN l^ th VMS to VVdlih ON THK^-^ Konlder A Klkhorn hraueli railroail. Ap^^ply to James C. Twohy, Itouldor.
(IMI.IMKN [XJ KKPHE8KNT UH IN I'll IK^' city and county. Our Issiks are the Inst in^the world. Lilier.il arraiiKemenls made with^s-oisl part). Address Clias. L. Welister A Co.,^.\linne*polis,;Muui.
Vdvertlaemenlsunder this head tlins- times
pOUTlUMin THOROI UitLY ( (IMPF.TF.NT^* woitiHii cook in hotel or TfrHTI camp. Ad^^dress t'lsik. this othce.
DlyiM HQ LADY,( I.KUKINl.. II lis I I LAW^^ rcciimmeiidation. \ddn^s^ MinneaiHilis, In
INYON8IN NEED OF HKLP CALL AT^' ^ Shannon's Kmpluy nieiit and Collection^As'enej. He,in V. lialeli ItliM-k.
CKW1NUIN PRIVATE FAM1LIKH HY DAY.^1 ' No. 'i North Davis slrcet, ui liaseinent.
pOHITIONHY LADY AS COPYIST OR TO^i keep small set of Is inks, or as assistant ls.uk-^kcepcr. Addrtiss M. I j ^^ 1 - i-^ 11 i^^ m.
IkFFICK TO CLEAN. ADDUKSK ^OFFK K,^^'' 124 Ming stnvt.
YTIIRF.K SWKDK (ilKLS, PLACKS IN^private faiuilios. Chandler has their ml
BYMAN AND WIFE WORK ON RANCH Oil^will take cliarae ^^f same. \ i n,^, nuu^Ninth avenue.
KYMAN AND WIKF. ON RANCH: IS WILL-^iug to do anything; also man and sister; man^can take charsre of sheep or stis-k: sister is a^good cisik. Apply at the Capital lanploj uieiil^Othce, liitwreuee street.
YA (ilKL. SITUATION TO DOCHAMIIF.lt^work. Address M. ('., this orliee.
HiltKKNT HI SINKSS lllll sKS.
WTOKKKOOMS IN PKNN UDOCK, ALSO
' Stereris and Offices in Pittsburg llhs-k.
Impureof John W. Thompsiiii, kmmb 1.'. i'itts-^burg block.
THKIKON FRONT ON MAIN STRKKT: HTKI'^^ laitel building in the city: 7(1 rooms, all out^^side and finished in oak. Call on Porter. Mutli^A ('ox.
WOMKKNT tOOMH I I IIMMICII.
piRNIHUED rooms WITH Oil WITHOUT
i board. 7_'i l' -arl stns-t.
\b1 LI I t RNI8HED FRONT ROOM AT 47
LU'RNIBHED\ PLEASANT KBONT ROOM-
i alsolhns- partially rBTBaabad nsiins suila:
blelarlifBl housekei'piiu;. at 2J N. Bodaajr.
IkODBLK FRONT ROOM 4l:l Kh,II I'll AM'.^1 line, hot air, bath.
PWOLARGE. NICKLY PURNI8HED FRONT^* nsmis. with use of liaih, at 7;nl Fifth avenue.
lfOOMS.BlNQLBORIH HITTKS OH TWO.
Hum or four, in A It. (iates buildingr-
nerSixth avenue and Warren street. 'This I,ml I^ing is supplied with steam ln^t and has all the^modern conveniences on each fhsir.
KOUMSIN ALL PARTS OK THE CITY. Ap^^ply Capital Employment Office, 212 Li.^rence stris-t.
VKWLYFURNISHED PARUHi AND BED^i* roiiin and famished nsiuis for ifeuilenien,^near .Main stns-t. luipiire at No. 121 Mina street.
ILM^RNISIIP.D ROOMS AT POIM I Ii I I.Ms^' F.wiB| slrei'l: entirely renovati*) and under^new inanawnicnt. ('.ill in Insement .^i at 1'orli-r.^Math A DoBa OoM hliH-k.
PHI'PACIFIC Oil IJ'.NOIKIb II STF.AM^I heat. eh^anl r OBatt M. 7r^. }|, miles NJH MI^day. No disreputalile aaataatMl allowed.
UABVEYHOI si . GRAND BTREKT. NEW^^ and elegant I) lurnishisl nsiins, siuKle or iu^suites.
stPTE OF ROOMS, HINGLK II- PRF.FKR-^nsl, with hoard, 121 Jefferson stris-l.
rOMHI NT HUM...
VOXIt OH two Room HOI HE 111 MING^* sin**!, tiaek of Howie stre^^t.
QTXAND SEVEN ROOM HOUSES. tLLMOD
'eiu improvements. LaqailB ^f J. S. naHr^^rly^
cl'.YKNroom COTTAGE CENTRAL LOCA-^linn. Call at Paiils^n A MeConnelTs.
MONK* TO I.O \ V
inhums or faoo to fwsm on improved
pfopofty in the city of Helena and on BMM^and rnneheti iu Molilalia: money furnished fur^b nl-lan; imrisisis.. H. II. Palmer, (mlil llhu k.^Ib-leua.
Ifonf.Y ID UUM UPON BKUEMA RI AL
^n-nl is^tate Bpoa fMaOBOblf terms. Apply^l'i RaBON ( . Russell, risun 1, Th^ui|^soii hhs k.^Helena, Mont.
1\K^ii: \ Mot Ms ok MONKY to loan^^ onimprovixl and unimprovisl city real estate^and on raiichis. at low rates. ( . K. Kill- A Co..^insurance agents, r--.il .- t.-c- :ia-n^- ^,-r^loins.
MonkyTo LOAN ON IMPROVED HELENA^pro|H'rt^. Tine- aadBnato ail. .lie . s.^M. RaUi, It'Hims a and 7, Ashby hnllalBB*
MIHCKLLt v EOI
TOCOKREHPOND WITH PARTIES WHO^^ can furnish addresses of eitin n. resi-ljau in^their lis-nlilies, countri, villw* and towns under^lU.WII population. Iteirardiiur priea p-od and^other |^rticulars. a Slrisv H-ix III^. To|^-ka. Kim-
MMK.ALKSO. THK CFLFHKATI H ( LVIIf-^voyanl.can be ^milted at the lloln-i i^iil I-
4ii(jHEAD OF CATTLE OR HHF.KP To WIN^r ,,, ,,^ .Imren. plenty of hay and u^ssl ranjje.^AddnwM Allen A S. h. Hatcher, Independent^office.
hkf.pWANTT'.D I.JUO MKRINO OR COTK-^IdI Ui 3 years old. \.t 1 r. ^ Hox ID.
itKtt\i;i^s or11 in d,
UTKAYED.ONE l.b.ll T-COLOHKD PHOR.^1 oiiidibnsl Jersey cow, I he tip of one horn^broke off, had a strap around the horns, no^brand. Ten dollars will he |^aid for her return^to the residence of the undersigned at I :.V M.-id^iwm avenue.
mrs.M. h. KFEFE
IIIMM ss ( || INt K^h.
PARTNERW \MI n IX) RTTEND \ Wi ld,^establislusl Isisiness. P. tt. Imi a^i7.
IPERSON WANTI I) IX) TAKF AN INTER-^^* iwl and assist in the managi'meul of ilevel-^opiiu^ a mine, and to start a ston^ iu a town of^Hill inhabit.-ints. No one huntina elianees nor^without three to five thousand dollars to invest^need apply. Addnvs Miner. Independent Offi.-e
ttANTKD TO III Y.
t(iooi) work TRAM. Nor OVER IJM
-^ each, well broke, situile or double, souud^aud gentle; must la. cheap. Hut Ox Muuiiit Cum-^l^ny. 21 Pittshura-h llhs-k.
LOOMS11 ANT^ 11'.,,
WeWill have on Exhibition THIS WEEK the Finest and Most
FallGoods Ever Brought to Helena!
Byvour Ubtnl MUtOMp in tlio jiiwt we have Uh^ii ennhlwi to fit up the Ijarifoa*^and Hanilsoiiii'st Clonk lV|mrtm^^nl in the Territory. This is no niiHstatoment at^Facts, but the Honest Truth, an.) ov^^r^ lover of Fine Ooodi and Pariftian NotbI^ti^^8 in invited t,i call ami see that we are juatitied in sayinK what we do.
Forniont lis buck our store luw UH^n as a ^Having fund^ of Cloth* All through^.lime, July BBtl August orders have Ummi placed and lobs have been purchased au*^held back until the lixed time came around.
bthe time, aad we invite F,veryltod) Ut Call and See the tliouoamlM of doUBra^worth of Fall ^ onnIh on exhibition.
Special!Special! Special!^ONE HUNDRED DOZEN LADIES' KNIT UNDERWEAR
Hf*W*lohthe Papers for th.^ Hiuuuiiicoinent of 0UB UKANl) OFKNINd.
S-HJISriDSBI^OS. Iv^ain Street.
Canall Hint theniHelveH with Stylish, Well Fittim* Clothes of Oood Material at^ItaasonahU' Prieea. from mir lieady Made Clothing department.
WeMake a Point ol Insisting Upon the Distinction Bet^CHEAP CLOTHING AND CLOTHING CHEAP !
Webare i orrect Clothing for all Men, Uo)h and Children, suitable for all^hioiih and occupations. Our New Stock is all Bright, Clean and^Fresh, and at Prices ^ou Cannot Itesist.^(JANS I KLIDt,HKIjKNA, MONTAKA.
rHEROCKY FORK C0AUC0MPANY
Isnow prepared to deliver Coal from its Mines at
Toconsumers in this City. Plot Domestic and Steam piir|^^^HON Kooky Fork Coal^has no sii|Mirior iu this market. It lights Iteadily, niakoH Hot Fire and leaves litU*
ash. Try it.
PrincipalOffice: ROOM 25. PITTSBURG BLOCK.
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OlLOHBIflTlinos A BOOAB,^K. L. BoVMn ^ Co,^Tu Mini 11s' ht Miim ^to..^0. Fi. Mii.ms,^BUBHi A Bailbt,^D. s. Holuml
Helena.I )ecr I/mI^c.^Hutte.
Particity.^Bia Tinbar,^Boas man,
A.Fit\/i k.^Chn T^ VorNo.
THEHAZELW00D LAND CO.
TheItffflblft Urn* i n^ Dctnl hy S*'hMli* in flu' Inti' hrf whn hiicIi dm* u^ rt'iidt'r ttiouMiinil* hoiTiMlm*^aihl dlipOD(lMll D|MM1 flic cliarit) of ll'-- world. The iminoilmlr whiiIx w^ft taMOH f*^. ftixl tlic world^nf I.iu ^ imtily r^'^-|M^ii'|i*^i to tin* ^':;!! f^^r .1 I Itnl ut (In1 pftHMl IflM t!i^^ MtNMBMta f^^r n Ioiik winter^^Lit' Imnl in ||m Amm of fMAl ImiHlniU ; rffllDMH from MUMMNHw Ml WIMb^ m imm-iit. and fh^^ ftil-^' wiliK plM liHr- Ui-ii d^ v iw d to itMht-t iii i-Hrinu fcr flu* tinforttiii^ti**^ wlio in^^ MM nn^liral rV^*iMt-^iflOti. Df ciflnf to tlm ditli'ri'iif 1 | tlitl*-a lifiinInoom mini of MfMjr]
llll.h \/l IAN ni i]i LASIX 'OMTANY liaWyiimiHwlji.ilin 11 I mil ll phm-i^U of two
Imi 1 w-w and two liundrisl wti to tin' It- ^ oi'aN of tlx* cit\. and ha** |nirc|ian.i( flnn pro|h'rfy with a rinw^to diH|Hir^iiiK of it at aninall advance ovit ro^t and devoting tin1 not pnMMfli to flu* flMntfil aUira^nwtttl (oMOl aiid'|^ro|rt^wr^ to Umw llttkHa to U^ Mild for j'.i.'iO atfton fur the pfjtfpnM of raihiiiK moiii'v to
lnl| 1 carry on the work. They have |^liu't*d thr ticketh nn ^ 1* throiiKlioiil I ItMint r^. and UN IV*
ciiiiIht ||. IH^'.t, a coiiiinitt'-e DOtMW MM ui twelve |irofliineiif ( iti/oii^ will take all the iiitiul^ r- of^tirketM Mild and place them in a boa the^ will then M thomu^hly mixei! ami a U^y Mii.dfoldtd will^; ^ ' hiiH hand in the Imix and dr.iw out one nuniher, and whoever I10I1U the rorff*H|Hiiiilit)K imiTdwr^will bt itwanliHi line IwOM and Ihfl 1 air of lot*. Qpufl which it in laiilt. Then the lifih nimdw^r drawn^shall In- awtirdod a lot. then the tenth nomlier a lot. ami mi on. every thirty-fifth nmnlier drawn hhall^In-awardinl h lot until the two hutidriHl and xixth fetUMfPf ^hall Ik* drawn, which hhall entitle the^holder to the corn^iriindiiiK BtUtiMf w/HI0I1 ^ ' ill bsdniWM. to the reiimininu Immm and |^air of Iota.
Allflu-property \* maWtaAtOTtl to U^ ffas of anv and all UMa. n,-^ 1 l.'- or anything that will
IttMktra title. A warranty diixl ar.Kiirin^ a p4*rfis t title will lie mwle to every lucky ticket holder^who wiiiM a pri/e. The tick*'It* are only plaits I at ft!, all, and tH%iit***i a ntamliliK m|iow to $fi a^In-a nt (fill lioine worth ftl .(Ml or 11 lot worthVon are aiding one of the vramleNt charitjet* whioh
hanever a.^ l^ d of you aid. Ptlfrhaae your tickeln of him MHll or trH\^aliiiK (BMVttMMf who hai- (irofiar^criilentialH. DmMI MR vbpoml/td wild the PUfftM] Nmml NalloM) (tank.
THEHAZELWO0D LAND CO.,
(tinierMain Street and Sivtli Avenue.
a Scliool ol Thorough ^Practical Bu.lnaat^TralninR.
lliMikkei'liiiiff,Aritlitiiftir. I'euiiiafu*lil|i, Itatili-
idk.BoMo^p^aBd l^-^ral ronn., TNMiapajr, I or-
MpOOdMOr, S|^.lliliK mil all Hip l.llKlinli
I. 111I11 I'liiiiioui'iiiiln ll^ Mull.
AI'ull ^ iir|^. uf BXBOriaMod I'-aeluT^. Day^anil Kvi-iiiiii; HtavlaQ.. Paff naHIOBMn lUail^llii-iti*'**- H/l'H-atur.^ or Vililn^n
II.T. KNOLKHOBN, A. M.
Sawedand Split Wood,
SI8 Sixth Avf^Cornw Ewtaf.tt Old Government Corral.
WikI Sawing b] Steam ilone on lhurt Bottpa, from half BOfd up to any amount^l^nnUnix's fiirnif-hcd on short notiee.
SPECIALSALE THIS WEEK AT
OfLadies', Misses, and Children's Fine Knit Underwear!
Our(ireat Drive will la- in CllILDKKN S OKKV SCOTCH WOOL, all siz^s, only '.Hie. worth Mc. and 7fa3.
)nt^I/it of Very Fine WIIITK CASHMKItK at one ball tbeir value. This lot is the Finest Wool Under^^wear e*er brought to the City.
InIndies, we offer One Lot of KN'IT I'NDLKWKAK, in Searlet, at 7.h-.. worth $13.
OnelM of KMT L'NDKKWKAK, in Searlet. at UM, worth tEfli
Wealso c arry the Ijargest Sbx-k of MILLINKItY in Montiina. Wlmb is sold at the Lowest Cash Prioe.
F0WLES'CASH STORE.BROADWAY. HELENA