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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. FBIDAY MoitNIX'jI. OCTOBER 18,1889.
TEBMNi^l -I lt^^ HI I'TION :
Uaih.|f Mail. On-- Year^Dull. H] 1'nnnT, l'i r Month^Weekly . OM I Ml
Itemill ance* hi Hi- ri~k l| MDMOM unless^made hi MglMNHl letter. ih^-c*. or ise.liil or ex-^|rm order payable Th^' iDOtMWtaofl I'uhlishiuK
Wl'crsousilM*irinn Tut: Imikpknukmr served^At Uieir home* or places of busine** can order hy^postal rani or Uiruiurh telephone; No. IUU Please^retsiri cases of irregular delivery protnpll).
Advertisements,to ius ire prompt insertion.^^ boul.l be han I -,1 in liclore ^ i*, m.
Kejectedcommunications not returned .nils**^posta ^ is iiiulo-^il.
s|*'c.l_vdeclaration ^f the result. The^i-onspirators against the ballot il^^ not^BQfllbtf over six principals. The rank^ami 111 n( tlie republican party are^holiest, order InvitiK citi/elis, who do not^countenance the r.i ^ ity in MUvM DM
iat| lis which it i^ MMDjnt!^^li^A two
mwihltlMato the l.'nitisl Stales IDBOtO.^Tln-v do not feel that M should iui|*-ril^our oraMDOt of Dtitohomi b^ gratify My^man's ambition for political honors. Ami^tln-v are right. Now if the un.l^-aii^hands of the conspirators are kept oil |^the courts, the law will fight the polpO^ble wroiii; thl t DOM done.and all will lie^well.
HELENA,MONT., OCT. Lit, lssy.
AI I \T PLAIN r \^ I -
Therecent election wan the most r
Icrlv election ever hehl in Montana.^The A listralinn B/OMMof voting was in
^Iteration lot the tirst time. It is con
oododthat it ooourod the largoot liberty
Hjd lllde|M'li.|cnoe to the \oterof DM)
nysteinever trieil. Thl democrats, hy a^IHltWrl eirort. won f.1 irIv. DootajBiDg I^'!^iticmns, smarting umlcr ilcfeat. have in^Mfurated il contest, preferring' to delay^admission into the union nulclinitely,^rather than accept the popular verdict.^Ilcceiit men, of all parties. condemn the^Mttn of the Silver How canvassing^bOMd a. revolutionary. We have conli^tlence in the lateffrit) of our courts ami^their ah,lit) to set mat lers aright. Mean^while the reputation of the state is itu^porilbd by this disgraceful ppicccihiio,^liusiness is uriHctt lei I, coiiMt it ut lonal k'ov^erumcnt is ^lt-l;i\ami no end of alarm^my conjectures are i minimis I in.
Whoare the men seeking to overt h row^the election'.' Chief ddmmdj them is a^man who has boM a chronic candidate^for congress, in Montana, for twenty live^years, ami w ho never yet has DOM able^to hreak into that high ollice. ThfM^years ago Lewis ami Clarke county,^stmildly republican, inn) hio own home.^^pewiMl him out of polit ii-h by over eleven^hundred majority and it was sii|i|hmmI^that this was the end. Not so. Like u^chronic impurity of the Mood he hreaks^out in a manner least DSDMtod, Lut nl^ways olTonsive. And then there is Selig^man, weak, vain and mercenary, w ho is^like DM) hi the hands of the |h^tter. man^'.pulated to suit the convenience of the^manipulators. This same voting hopeful^once tigiircd in another conspiracy The^miners at Wiekes who bold him a prison^er until he paid seventy live thousand^dollars due them for honest lahor. are^familiar with the details. Then conies^Knowles, |HMir old Knowles. the judicial
shuttltk, who holds to one opinion
usa judge and to another as paid conn^H^d for the conHpirators. He too, like^Sanders, knows nothing hut political de^feat This man. who made such an ev^hihit ion of himself in the late const it u
tiuOjfJconvention, Iio|m^s t^^ ia^ pppointod
UoJted States judge
TotOOHM this, and that ^thrift may^follow fawning,^ tln^ behests of Sanders
amiRumoII HorrioM arooboyod without
amurmur. What shall DO Mid of Power,^whose past recortl was charitably per^nutted to OOMDO investigation and ex^posiire in the late campaign at the re
|iicst of Mr. Toole': Thio individual^defeated, deluded and U-travetl hy his^own party, follloo; oifht hundred votes^bohlad Mr. Toole, is still iNMliag himself^to this unholy crime. Our KJQOltiding^MfOfrapb recites the law . The atti-tltioU^of the gentleman naincd and that of the^lesser lights, w ho are not unohserved is^called to it.
Finallythis whole |MWMOdMg iN made^to hin^'e largely U|kiii the Htatcmeiit of^an ex convict. It was Mid, Jiotpllloj,^that this ex convict could not DO bought)^and when asked why not, our informant^replied, ^bOMMI Ilerslitielil doll't want^to sell him.
WillMr. Hershtield, the uncle of this^venal ^aHida^it mail,^ continue to coach^him. or aliandon Inin to his own infamy .'^Public sentiment in aroused upon this^shameful effort to subvert the DopttUU^w ill. If it shall succeed, aviMinilli; just ict^,^like an implacable Neniesis, will surelv^overtake the conspirators, and their^punishment will be as sw ift and condign^an the law will iH'imit.
S-e. lTli. paift^ 4117, statutes of Mon^Intnl. is as follows:
Any|H^rsoti who couns^ds, uid^ or^^boll m the commission of Buy oflMM^ma\ DO ohiMjodi tried and convicted in^the same manner Ms if he were a princi^pal.
\-H \ VI l.i IMM I'll I N^l
Afterman) da)^ of ihscreet ilkiaoi^the two yMfliaoj republican organs in^Helena have IMMM Mod to OpokOjiM in^a fecblo and lioU) wav for the Sil wr llow^tdcctioii steal Their silence wa- more
nerwith one yonno MM mid hOJMJI ^ii i'1^him.^Hoaerville Journal.
Didit ever strike von IMOMMlM is siii-^Nlf liKpnn d riODJ Dr. (muclie of an m-
sheres|xmded. 11 reproachful look ill In r^eye*, ^when I notice the way Home |x ople^il illl-e, it ^laH strike lue 11 y.w.d J, ,| tli.it^wav.^^ Washington ( iipital.
Afriend of the writer once Mud to bM^coachntKU, a very reH|*-ctuhle mid resp i^pKOMI ^Now, LmIOi what sort of ducks
moHmoI n^- tofModhi this Mom mOmi
diaksdoati 'lonu to nobody, detu ilucks^iMCtedOOOKt deiu ducks dee own ducks,^in ducks m.^ Thin was his direct way of^Mjriag the ducks were wild.^Ha it ford^Courant.
talkabout the weather as a fertile topic^for conversation: It i^ n.it to Is- nan,id^with the ills that Hesh is heir to. What is^our very tir-t remark upon meeting a friend^MOBtOOiMOMO! D^^,- not inquire, quite^as if We e\|M^:ted an answer, ^How do )ou
.dor* And do not |icoplc s um.times tell us,
MoriiroUomtholrMpteutfuM^bioh ,^,mr Mtelliboudoir mmr^iiiio
Innot explain. All the baporteot Hi | wchIiIi.
PObIMMot Ooologf^^Oelithiiien. lit^the OkM of the sprmc term I asked yuO to^repiri to M, indiMiiuidly. any object of^MtrOurdimirv interest you mii;lit meet in^your MOJOOttW iMtMMJfc Mr. I'orhett. ^oii^BMf bghk
TVirbltt.H ^OoiM. Oil, mine hud y 1-^|M liair, blue e\cs and a boSOMMM stilt.
davitsin regard to the challenged^ut TVJMOl precinct were procure,^made by the ex convict sent then
thatburpon by Efarohfiold ami Sulig
man. The JoWIMl and Herald know
IhewurthloooDOM of mom oflMovite as
wellH we do. HM) know Unit thoy^would not have a feather's weight in^an) court. Against the word of this ev^ci an ict stands the allidavita of the UlIM^judges of election, all reputable am^honest men who MM never convicted of^Mil) crime. Kiich of these judgOO made^oath as follows
Tkrthe was one ^f the jildtjes ^i|i|nniiled^by the count) commissioners, etc; that^prior to tin o|s iiiiik of the |kiIIs of said I WU()|P HbMW^election be was duly qualified mid sworn: I TfMM^that tin (Hills Were o|^ iied at so'chs k a. 111.
andk^ pt itinuoiisly OpM until 1! o'clock
p.111., that dunlin i'll said hours the 0M0M^was personally |^i'sent and eiiKHoed m t!'i^|^erfoniiaiii'e of Ins duties as one of tin^judges; that said election was. from begue^ninn to end. conducted 111 a public, o|ien^and pcaoeHbU' manner, without intiuiida-^tioii, fraud or undue influence on^the part of anyone; that the |miII^hij place of soil precinct wan in M^tent: that, after the dosing of the [Kills^thereat, all the judges proceeded with tin^count and canvass of the vote there cast,^and continued the same 111 the said tent^until about II o'clock p. 111., at which tiun^on account of the cold, the judges removed^into u frame building where there was a^stove, said frame . .do,11 ^ immediately ad^^joining the tent; that there the count whs^(loutHilled and fully Completed; that afliitnl^was MODMOMy pres, nt during said entiii
nutand canvass, and that it was made by
mlin thi' presence of all the judges of said^precinct, and was done fairly and correctly^and without any fraud, bias 01 undue in^lluence, and that the tally sheet and returns^from said precinct contain a fair, full and^OOMOOl NMItof the votes and ballots cast^thereat.
Halltind Jack, the republican can^issets, pigeon holed these MllidllVlts and^took thuhc of an ex iiuiv ict. And that's^the sort of s'(iiindrclism our conU^iu|^nines are defending.
'111 editorial article in the Helena^Herald, of yesterday, in which it is^gravel) urged that the territorial can^.issing bond could certify to the preai^lent that the constitution was adopted,^without wailing for the mrtiSld returns^he Kent in, is the boMotl and most^revolutionary utterance wo have seen in^man) a day. According to this reason^ing we suppose tlutt the governor of I^Iowa on election night next month would^be jiistilied in issuing certilicates to the^inoiis republican candidates for state^illices on tiie presumption that the state^had been carried by that party. He^wouldn't need to await the returns. He I^^ouId just go ahead and make things go^the way he thought they ought to go^That's the Silver How method in |m^litien.
Ma.Sei.iiimv*. chairman of the republican^state committer, brands 11s an infamous^falschoiM.lt he statement of 'I'nr IndkpeMOM^that attempts are bring made to MM the^removal ot Judge DeWolfc. - Journal.
MrSeligman's .1. ^ nl is simply a sli|
peryevasion of the truth, intended to
deceivethe public. If Mr. BotfajMM
meansto Kay that a movement forjudge
DeWolfe'sremoval was not planned am
begun,that he himself did not direct it
thathe ilid not procure. Of cause to I
procured,atlidavits to lie used for such a
purisise.he utteM a deliberate untrutl
iindTui Inukpk.mh.m will prodOM tin
evidenceto convict him of it. Mr. Selig
man'syouthful indiscretion in this mat
termay have DOM ohooblod hy tin
Winerin counsel, who foresaw that there
Werelengths to which even the colispira
torsdare not go. but he hIioiiM go kIow
inhis denials,even if he does keep an ex
i-onvictfor'nii allidavit maker.
l'thi.n m-ntunetit in Montana and on^of it hour!) grows stronger in support^the demand for an honest count of the^vote* cast at the late election and
Iticb Man ^ ^II v dear fellow, Jrol^shouldn't envy uie; you know contentnieiit^. la tter than wealth.^^^KAnT Man-^That's ho! Then suppee^jm let KM have' the wealth and you have^the contentment, winch vou s;:v is pr^ Ii a-^ble. In that way we will I otb Is- coin cut^^ Hi. come off; your ideas would U|m* t the^f sis ietv.^ - New Vork
Atypi -writing machine, si. small that it^may be carried III the waistcoat pocket, has^been invented by an Englishman. It mean^urea three and one-half by three inches,and^ighs about four ounces. THough so small^it is not intended for a toy. the inventor^claiming thht it will turn out better work^and be found more useful than larg'-r ami^more expensive machines. All that can Is^K*II when examined is a disk about the^size of the face of a gentleman's watch, in^which the ly|s^ is fixed, and one or two^small rollers. It will print a line from mi^inch to a yard long, and pa|^cr of any OHO^or thickness can Is* used. It is also claimed^flint with duplicate types it can be used for^different lanu'iiages.
apretty irirl.^a summer ni^lit^AflOMO*
Asoli'itm vow.^A kin*,^^And all is well oh!
Attainthe Kirl.^MOtMl inxht.^Same moon. - -^Thus far 'tis well, oh!^Hut if m took^Another look.^We'd see,
illllie CMMsl MMM A^aiiisl Hit*^silver How | on^pirutiirs.
KutteMining Journal: It is now add to^Is- susceptible to proof that the throwing
utof the tunnel pieciiict Was a d'liberal^conspiracy that was decided u|miii as long^ago us Friday last. and the indications an^that Hall and Jack wele parties to the^steal. Careful figuring had shown that if^that precinct could be cottcn rid of, ill^complexion of the legislature would hi^changed, and that was all the conspirators^i-in ,1 for. That MhOJ tin case, it was de^t-i.lt il to abandon all the others and throw
ut No. ;U. it did m^t matter that,^all the returns. this came DOM^conforming to the letter of the law^It had to be thrown out, and law^no law. It must DO done. As we say^alxive, t his could not !^' done unlessjaik
andHall were thirties to it und could be^PHI Helena Journal vestctda) , just I bed u|hui to carry out their part of t In-con^sixteen days after the election, for the I tract. That they did so and that the con^tirst time conceded Toole's election as | spiraoy was an accomplished fact as far
backas Friday, can, it is said, be proven by
governorit gives his majority aiQXI^1'nk Imh.I'I mo n t ou the morning after^election said Toole's majority would Is'^Is'twccu BOO and Hi at. and two davs later^its IfUtMgOM him ML The Journal^is an organ Tin:^newspa|n^r.
telegramsfrom I houi|iHoU Campbell t^C. Power on that day, announcing that tIn^precinct would tie thrown out, and a jubi^I mt telegram in rtsqionae from Mr. Power^If there was such an interchange of tel^Imiki-knokn i is a | grains, it is proof positive that the plot had^then bisi'ii arranged and that all the suhst^qui nt priH'eedings were a blind and a farce^I'iik [DM 1'iMn m publishes a IMiSI for I and were only carried on to give a DM^I.h-k jaw. It is shrewd enough to DM that ,,|lulCt. ,lf (MM to the out rage that it llHvl^the prescut strain oil the sub-maxillary 1^uiuschw of the average democrat Is likely to^make such a reci|M very valuable to its
readers.Journal.jA Caiiajlau sraailal
Whatsome of the eminent leaders in I The siK-iiil sensation of the hour here^your purty will need, if they keep on, is | *'y* a Halifax dispatch, is the news from^instruction in the lock step. Luckily
beendecided to perpetrate.
theyhuve an ex|iert U^acher in their ex^convict Hllidavit maker.
TmkHutte Miner is in error in stating^that ex convict Bernard is a nephew ^^f^il J. Seliginan. He is only Mr. Selig
man'switness procurer und professional I ^,f }'^' 1!lJ^^1 mutiny and various Afghan^,| and Indian campaigns, lie is a son of
thelute Sir Hugh Dulrvmnle boss
Loudonannouncing that Major General^John 8. boss, K. C. H.. commander of the^Kritisli forces in Canada, at present resid^ing here at headquarters, has Ut-n granted^a divorce from bis wife Mary, ihe causes^leading to the separation have long been^source of scandal in home aud coloiu.il^inilitarv circles. Sir John ii a bOMDMM^man on the shady side of Ml, a vcteruu
Onanother page will be fouu*) the full^MM in the different counties for state utii-^o is The table is complete with the ex^^ception of Yellowstone county, which was^received too late for insert ion in the table,^but is printed in another column
Sir Ma i Dalrvuiple lioss. II^was married m 1N^. to Mary McLeod^daughter of Alex. McLeod. esq. His for^eign service took tutu much from home^where his w ife insisted on reniniuiM. She^was yotiugei than In r husband, ami being^of a vivacious nature soucht to MODDtV^herself for his ktejMMM w,th others, and^developed habits as incompatible with^iiiKtriuiouy as tiny were injurious^her reputation. Laming of his treat^mi nt, sir John refus, d to live with re^Sir John would doubtless hive allowed til^scandal to tlie out had he not since his a^rival met a beautiful young lady, danght^of a magistrate divciided from the old^\c hIimiis. whom he Mood and won. IV^eeedmgs were instituted for a divorce, t^make him free to wed his new love, wh
Itis said to have been a Itontou woman,^who, ou board a vacht. s|sike of a motherly^zephyr, lueHiiing then by it spanking breeze^^ Troy l'ress.
Mrs.FatiL'lc 'readiiii! the |ODM)^^Sarah | thirty yenrs his junior^H, rtlli irdt says her household eXis-nses ,i^POrll uverage OflOJ a d,,v. Mrs. Cum-^She iiiu^t kis p tlins- hired girb. -New Vork^Sun.
itis not generally the gitl with the most^beaux who gets man led tirst. It is the lit^^tle, grave, demure girl who sits m the cor
Proposalsfor Hid*^I he I.tick) Baldwin Mining company will^receive bids for tanking ii shaft sevelltv-tlv
feet.For imrtieuhits see Miki bums. Mam^strctt, foot of Broadway.
LocmiBauran Mhtim OMmom
F.K. WAOD, S^cretarv.
HIVBTMCES vi.d's cask.
Hewas i.. i, ,-, a i r..ii, ii,. Idalui Hriiilrn-^M| !^^ btelt s.lifiup*^ I'ardnn.
HenryHeniurd. the convicted murderer^and affidavit maker of the republican state^tenlers, lias said himself and so have his^nevtspqier organs, that he was acquitted^^r the killing of defenseless Jack Knright^in the Cteur d'Ahues. Thk Inukpkn'Iient^knew he and his defenders were guilty of^deliberate falsehood when they made^such assert ions and this morning lue In-^in.i'i'MiiM conclusivel) proves the truth ^f^the charge that Henrv lUrnard is a coll^^ided murderer, who aft :r nearly serving^his term out m the Idaho js'iiitentiary. was^pardoned hy Gov. Slump. I he Inukckn^dkni also knows, andean prove, that ap^Illic it ion was mad^ to Oov . Stevenson, of^Idaho, f ir MtDonTl pardon, but it was re^^fused ou the ground that Kernanl was an^incorrigible convict and one who as a slight^atonement for his crime should^HO out his sentence. \ tele^^gram was yesterday sent to the^MODM ^^f the Idaho |* nitcntiar) at^BMW) asking Inin if there bad been run-^fill'd in the penitential) at that point a man^^y the name of Henry ISeruard. sentenced^^r eight vi ais for the murder of Jack Kn-^ight, in the Cu ur d'Alenes, and if so, what^were tin circumstances of his release. In^reply the billowing was received yesterday^afttini ion:
U^iskCity, Idaho. Oct. 17.^ Kditor of^tin IxDtroMn Henry BiTMid was par-
doii'd by tioveruor Shoiip.
I.D^ iMTMODi Warden.^^\-OM, Shoiip is an appiiutee of I'resi^nt Harrison. Kemard must have come^sit ii i^ bl from the iMinteiitiary to Montana.^Mr liershlield. knowing he would Im- u val^^uable mail ui the then approaching cam^^paign, used his bfcM and successfully to^se. uu for bhOO clerkship in the constttu-^UmoJ DM 'in ion. and after the convention^adjourned by the same influence the duty^f seeing the constitution was correctly is^^sued by the publishers Was confided to this^same ex-convict. Dts's Mr. Heishlield Ih-^lieve it Would have been DMOMl to^place lU rnard in these responsible positions^hnd his true character been known to Un^^people of Montana^ Had Bernard not been^select! d to carry out tin fraudulent work^planned by his masters, t ia possible he^might have lived in Montana for yenis with^^out the facts of li s i i.ee- becoming public^pio|ierty. As it is, lie has no one to blame^save his friends and himself.
TlieHnM knuy'l Next QmMMDJ for the^PmMd Kureau.^According to nniiiv piqa-rs it dmm as^tliough the idea of giving the pension bu^reail to a (irand Army man was for the pur^pose of squeezing the surplus. If that is^all, it can be bitter done by the F.mpire^Wringer, made at Auburn. S. V., anil it^will not break the buck of tin-administra^^tion, as it is warranted to work so easily^that a feeble woman can wring out an en^tire wash without fatigue. This claim can^only l^- made by the Empire, Auburn, N. Y.
I'lloltigl-nplilllKit riyillt; llullet.
Keccntex|n-rimcnts made by German war^llice otlicials in photographing a UyiiiK^bullet have been quite successful. A^rifle bullet is u very small object^and the camera must be set very near its^p it hm order to obtain n picture of sum.^cient size t^ be of use: but the nearer tin^instrument is placed to the moving object^to lie photographed the more rapid is tie^movement of the Ullage over the plate, and^M ^instantaneous^ or quick acting shutnr^mid yuMMy be made too|m-rate with suf^^ficient rapidity, or at the proper instant, to
ivea pro|M-rly defined picture. I be d^sired clip ii iiccomplislied. however, by I'l^aid of e'ect runty. The camera isprovidcil^with an ext leiin ly sensitive plate and placed^ill D dork DMM) through which the bullet^made to puss. Ihe instant the bullet^in flout of the camera It^breaks an electric current, producing a^spark which illuminates the bullet for an^instant, and its image is impressed u|sm^the sensitive plate. Ihe duration of th^electric spark is almost infinitesimal, and^since the pi ite is affected only during tie^continuance of the spark, a well defined^photograph of an object DMIfiOOIt a greater^Velocity than that of sound is obtain'd.^Such pictures show tin- condensation of the^air in trout of tin bullet, the vacuum left^behind lt^ and the eddies and currents pro^^duced in the sin rounding atmosphere bv its^motion; ami they all .'d information which^is of value in d^ t running the best shape to^be given to the projectile iii order to re^lace to a minimum tin- resistance wind^tin- air oppises to its tligbt, uud Bo increase^its range anil effect.
vii.wu.Gil, Oct. 17.^The Irish Aiueri^cans of Atlanta gave Gen. Put O'llins, of^Boston, a banquet t bis uftoruoon. Govern^^ors Hill and Gordon were among the guests^Ihe feature of the banquet was the fre^quint allusion to Governor Hill as tin^right man for the democratic nomination^for president.
HiiwoN. X. V., Oct. 17.^John L'Wis^Jerome It.ice and Thomas Cootiey, Were run^over on the Hudson Hiver railroad this^murium.', and all were instantly killed.
Thereis no sounder financial institu^^tion in the I'uitcd States than the Jar-^vis Conklin MortKaKe Trust Company, a^branch ollice of which has been'recently^established in Helena, for Montana- and^Idaho Linns in any sum from $.'KKI up^can U^ closed, at once. All that is neces^^sary to secure a loan is security, and that^is required by any and every banking;^institution in the world. Tlie terms of^Messrs. Jarvis A Conklin are as reason^able as can be secured from any source.^Their reputation for probity and fBir^ness in all their dealings is well attested^bp the many who have done business^with them in fifteen states and territo^^ries ;n which the) operate extensively,^and no complaint of unfairnesH having^come in during the years they have been^in business is proof positive of their re^^liability.
MlHtingthat Montana and Idaho^presented a gotsl Held for m legitimate^loan business the ollice was established^here and is now in tcmisjrary quarters^with A. J. Steele, in the H road water^building, on the corner of Main and^Sixth avenue, and w ill remove to more^DMMMdDMfl quarters us soon as they^OM lie secured.
\specialt v is made of loans OU RODOfa^and Farm property. Ow ing to the vast^extent of their transactions Messrs. Jnr-^vis A Conklin require agencies through^^out the territory in which they o|a^rate,^and fur that reason w ish to secure agents^throughout Montana and Idaho, and to^mt end OOTTOOOMdImM is solicited^from res|ainsihle and reliable (arsons.
Thecash capital of this company is^llJBOOyOOO) with a large available fund^to draw from if ever found to be MOM^Ml)
Solid,substantial, reliable and trust
worthy, the Jarvis Conklin Mortgage
TrustCompaii) is contident that it can
successfullycom|iete with any similar
organizationof the kind in the United
States. (\^rres|Kindence is solicited, to
whichprompt replies will be made.
Lowrates of interest, easy terms aud
satisfactionguaranteed in'all cases.
II.M. JARVIS and ( u
I'..).CONKLIN, \ ^^^^^^
NorthMain Street, Helena,
Undertaker.1H 1 arreii Stris t. XhtapOMO *
MMMPM40MRoom* 4 and 4, Anlib; Hlurk, Heiena.
J1U)K. OKI Alt WKltNKU.
Te-her of Puuw^. Flute and Himrh^.
Su.Howie street, or mt A. P. Curtia'i^Sttir.'. Helena. Umit.
|AMMKN \ III I.I.AIU).
Aiiorn.'vmuf OMOMMl at l*w.
,WUi1 -I ' ^'in^ of record ia ** tar-^rltory. Offlofi ut Block, aSSSk, MtX
Attorue)aud C.Kiasellor at I jtw^Masonic IbDOtei Helena, Moat.
J'lIsnrboru stris-t, I'hicagc., IIL^AI.XX. M. WOOLKOl.t. HBANVTUO) W. HO'
OfficeHrw-k A fisher's Stable* Lew^^tns't. Teleplioni' ui.
I R NKNNtTT.^^ I
iMucceseorto Helena I nilertakinn Oo.)^Practical I udertaker.
Otfieeand wan-room Id Park aveano.
phone-M. 0|k u ^!^^ and niirlit.
AttendStrictly*o Arcliitis-tural Wofk.^I lans and sp.s ih. ations ilrawu. Work^vistst.
IWm NdM| Hlock. dm, HaM
|)lt.M. IUH KMAN.
MILLINER!AND FANCY GOODS.
Iijtniimi'h. 11 r^tr- for IjH'Ih* Mi^t* and Child^M lie- MMfftMMl tiit* I jiiv1 .in-l M*wt^(\iiu|ilotf uf any in tin* City, hikI
OurMillinery Department is Killisl with the^Litest 11. - !.^!,^ in Hound Hats, liouu.-ts. Tdodm^and IHirliaiat. Novelties in all the Ijil.-st, Mil^^linery Trimmings, etc. Infants Outfits a Si^^-^cialtj.E TONN.
ntsfor Butterick'a Pattern* and Hall'ii 1U-^erms.
Physician.DM Ac. oiietier. OruliM^,^ _ami Aurist.
MmU-r of San Kraticisco Medical Mtwkttr, -lrr
Nvad(^sS4l.le M.sbeal S.k-ietj.
OHicePareheu's ilru^r store, eorner abova^Main and Hnuulway. Kntrance on Hroatlwa; and^Jackson. Helena. Montana. Couaiillationa ia
TOniA. si IINHPKK,
'BmO I^. Third Kl.sir Ashbv Hlook.
P.a 11.'x M, II, l. im. Mont.
Publicl.iiil'liiisrs , Imr. lj.f und dwelliug Moiuaa^decorated in the latest style.
Itcf.-rcn.-.s.Ibui. W. A. Clark and Mr. M J.^Talls.tt. Untie; Hon. Sam Word. Mrs. 8. T.^Hauser. Mi. K. It. Trillinfl, Mr. John ('. Paulsen^ll.-l.-na.
Scratchwork and KmlioHsed ^ irnainanteMuo
k,; M. SIXM KSliAliKJH.
IsiteimMMmQnM Land Oflaa. i
AtlanticBoiktiai, Washintrton. B. 0.
Poor|ran exiM-ri.-iu-.- as a memlier .if ouuhn^and four o urs in ths i o n. ml I jiiid Otl'uw. Praa-^ti.-.-s in nil tl^ ,1,'ii.uiiueyts nnd in tin* DDM^antl llistri.-t t'oiirts.
ljindami Miniiir Ia K|^s ialty.
Insums to unit on from Six Months to^Five Years Time on Iteal Ustate^Security.
Newlout. Oct. 17. liar silver VMV
Copper Nominal; lak^ OcU JflUoj.
Iail llivher; dumevtic, ftl.90.
TlieMl market toslay was heav) and fever^^ish in the foren.sin. but lasame isa-itiT.-l) wt^k^later iu the .lay and material dec lines were^m-nred all ever the list. Tlie close was active and^weak at or near the lowest prices for most of the^-t.s-ks on the n-itular list, the active list is ma^^terial!) lower tienitiht and Northern Pacific pre^^ferred antl Manhattan lost 8 per cent, each Ore^^gon Transcontinental IV lbs-k Island and^Cheeapwake .V Ohio preferred l\ ..... ^ . Hurlimi-^tnn A Ouiury and l*ckawauna IS i. St. Paul^IS, Nortliwis-tern IV In ion IViti. IV L*ke^Krie A Western preferred I \^er cent., and the^otliers leherally fractional amounts. (Juvern-^roents thill and i
Petroleumop n.sl at IOUV liinhest. 100V' low^^est. MttalMOMM, WM
lioverniiieiitU.uds. U, OB\ 4't^. lUfiV North-^arn Pacific, XI; preferred. TI s^; Or^'^on Im^^provement, SI; Onsron Navuration, l(^i; Traua-^coutiueiital. BHt I niou I'acihc. tv|lv.
Moneyon call stringent raiuriiut from iWi 10.^tioMal otTetssI at ',. Prim.- mercantile i--^i- r^r^' ,^i T. Sterlingexi liaiu,s' ipiiet and steady; ^iit^-^,U) bills.. fl.s'J; tleman.l. )4j1
tHICAtiO CATn.lL^( ill- voo. 0$L 17. Cattle llfs-ei|,ts. n .^^^.^-^^ l.i; choice to extra l^s'v.^. ^4,'iOtii.yat; stis-rs.
*.Uei LSI; st.^^ ken.ail.I feeder*, f |.^e. ^..^.; l ows.
hullsand mixed. $l.iVii7S; Texan cattle, il.su*^I..U; weotern raiarers. M.nl.
HonIssvipts. ^,.uxi; st.-a.ly. lower, mixnl.^$^.ia^^i 4.15; lieavy.^..C^. luiht, M.UUu 4.HU
Sh.s'p-lUss'ipts. Il.uil; sit^tiy; native*. KLUUb^1.HI; a. -lern. %X'**i 1.1'.. rexans. M.4e.^i 4/JH.
uie Auo wwooca
CMBlaW,tVt. 17. 1:15 p. in. CbM* Wliemt--^Pirm; cash. syi,-. |Ih-. s-J., hid; May. sAS.^l orn Kirin: Oct.. a'N; Noy.. SIIV May. SX^Oat. St.^vlv. Oct.. 1^S. Nov.. 1^V Mav. J1S.^Pork St.-ad); Oct.. ^ln.^; Nov.. ^.40. Jan..^I l^.47'..
' Lard Stea.lv; Oct. VslU; Nov.. \K: Jan.. JS.HU.
Moneyon hand. No Helay. Cash paid^for Ileal Instate MortKaifes by
W.H. CLARK ^ SON, Gen. Agents.
Boardot Trade Room, Pittaburg Block, Helena
(FormerlyI. X. I Hotel.)
CelebratedVal Hlatz Beer
5-lKM's PEB (.KASS.---5
FineCigars and Liquors always on hand.^lilVK I S A CALL.
CornerHroadway and Warren Streets,^Opposite I*. S. Assay Olfici.^HELKNA. .... MONTANA.
THO0.O*BRIMM^ son, Paora,
Nel^ tin.si anil uewly furnishetl thn^ui(lii^at.^LmM antl irent*' DMDfi liarber shop, bar aud^billiartl i.all with all modern iui|ir.ivementM.
Withspecial accomraodetione for Commercial^Travelers.
lU'HIUNS ro AND KHOM ALL TRAINS.
s;\H^i .'i i.s mi n i i ni i.i wh i
O lieaspwial meetiiut of the ^to^-kh^.liiers ..f^the Helena ,V Livimrsi^coraiiany
tmstets*tor uie naiane. ..t ^ lie hseal ve
theiirhtx- of th.ni|^iiv, in Helena. Mont
Mon.lay.Oct. ^th. ls-'.iat i:^i p. in. Hv order of^the hoard ..f tr i-i..- s. T. H\l Sl!lt. Pn^.^O. K. ALLKN. s ,).
\NBWHKRli^^* that sti- I^AnMMtaD.
~.... ,in- ^^, ,1,,- .[,,, KIl' I'l.'I ^I
lenaA l.ivin^^ton SmeltioK ^ Bf^Mtioq^Jiy. for tlie t.uriss^of elwtima boar.1 of^^s for the halano' of the fiscal year, held at
NOTP'KIS HKHKlli OIVKN^f the Home Hiuldins and l/w.^f Helena. Montana, is now ready^\. J. STKKLK. S.v
CornerMain Street and Sixth Avenui.
School of Thorough JPiactlcal Bualneaa^Training.
Rookkwplni,Aritlimstie, r.-nuianehip. Hank-^init, liusiness und L-iral forms. Telegraphy, Cor-^rcapoodencc, S|^-llinK and all the knclinte^Hraiiches.
PMfDlDriioiM'ui-apby Hy Mail.
AFull Corps of Esparimoed i'.^ch^r^. Ilaa^and KveuiiiK HwiluM. l-'or PuttaltaM IU^aa
businessl-'ducator,^ .,r Address
11.T. KM 11 Jill IKY A. M..
Principaland I'mprietor,^Helena. Mob
OfferGreat l^ar^i:aiii^ in
IIKLENAAVENUE,^1'AKK AVKN I K, and
WarehouseLots adjacent U^ IUiuVixUI
RooidoOMI/'ts in all parts of tba CiD/.
Annnilier of Fine Kesidenoes.
Several('ottiu/es near l^e|sit for sale ^
ToWB LotO and Mitiini,' l'ro|ss.rty n
Anumborot Fine RoncbM II Flatheaw^Valley for sale Very Cheap.
WHITF*.lOHNSTiiNE A C0
rooms,r^ 0Uli,^cmo.n BI.O0IC.
M(INT A N \
Theonly First Class Business Schoui^between St. Paul and Portland. N^ht^^obool OotobOT to April. lieiul ^lyoarJ^of Ivefcreln-c^ in College Ke|sirtur.^WjHo for terms.
HAHN^ WALTERS,^Gold Block, Helena, Mont.