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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: H2^EHA. FRIDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER 181889.
LonickHeld to Appear at the Next
ANew Complaint is Filed Against^Him By a Bank^Cashier
rwa Other Koim-ri. II. hi to il.e ^. ^^Jury OiIkt M Im elliun-oii
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KuNinnwin brink in JuuVe Sundera' e..urt,^ami it in all miiiinnl bunim-wi. The judge^putH in about eight luiurK ^ diiy now. owing^to the demands f.ir justice made upon him.^and h i li rk i^ employed.
TlietviHeof ^^Doe^ n. I- LmM| whh tbe^flnrt one culled yiHterdnv. the renull MMaMJ^that llie iloebir wan bound over to tile grand^jury ui the Hum of KM 111 default ^^f^which he will remain in jail. Several wit-^netiHen were examined. M r. Hnrdwick rt-^lattxl hia exiierience with Lonick. He anid^having heard the fellow was the lepn sentu-^tive of vfealthv (ii riiian syndicates, he uever^thought of the check being worthier, and^baaiaaa Lonick was Inning money at his^game, and he i Hnrdwick / was willing that^be should lose some more. 1/uiick aski d^him to cash the draft, wiving it was as g.Mal^an money, hut the liank was closed.
Mr.Woods, Hurdwick'H (Mirtner, said^Ijonick told him there was no such tiersoii^iih H. Duraudl. the inline by which the draft^was cert ilied.
SK. Atkinson of the Montana National^bunk, had a little e^|ierieiioe with Ijouick^and las #l,.^i(^) draft, which he succe^ d^ d in^punning nf mi Beck lluiiultoii. Mr. Hmda,^of the (in,ml Central hotel, introduced Mai^to Mr. Atkinson at the bank, and Louirk^then presented the draft for payment. Mr.^Atkinson said he would honor it if Lotiick^would yet some responsible person to cer^^tify to it. ^It's alreadv certified to by the^cashier ^^f fie Sic. aid National bankot New^York,^ said Lonick. and then Mr. Atkms .n^requested him to leave it in the bonk until^he could telegraph to New York, but^Lonick would not do this, and ap^^peared indignant. lie then left the batik^mid did not come back auam.
Mr.Atkinson tiled a new OOMpUinl^against Lonick yesterday charging him^with an attempt to fraudulently aitoft^money. This latter case will come up ill u^few days. After the testimony was all in,^Attorney Casey introduced a motion to dis^charge the deb ndant on the ground*, first,^^That the evidence does not show the cheek^to tie fictitious:^ second, ^that no check^has been introduced in evidence:^ third,^^that there is BO evidence showing t lint H.^Duraiidt, was not or is nut in existence.^^The motion was overruled and the prisoner^disposed of as stated.
M.Harris, who was convicted of stealing^clothes a few days ngn, was released yester^^day u|^^ii the payment of his line of and^MM
Hilly^Maker, the su|^erinte;ident of the^Helena Street railway, discharged a car^driver yesterday lor In inn drunk. Charles^LiliHCot t was the driver. Baker says Lin-^scott attempted to strike him with a yoke^but he jumped into and trounced bim^Both men were smeared with blood when^the fight ended; Haker. the suialler and^much younger man. gi tting the best of it.^The latter was nrrested and will stand trial,^vtluch will come up to-day.
Theoaae of Frank I'osey, the alleged^colored purloiner of #44), this being the^amount liis wife accuses him of stealing^from her last Hpiing. was contiuiied until 1(1^o'clock this in,,ruing, l'liney was released^on l^ai,I.
i.H. Mckt n/ie, the ^-'.Vfnrger, waned^^lamination anil was bound over in the^sum of f'W to await the next term of din^trict coiiit.
Win.Kastou, the other KLTi-fnrgcr, was^Bimilarly disposed of. II. Ilt rshtield Unti^^tled iigiuunt him. It is understood that the^sheriff of Menuber county wants Baaton for^forgery also. The prisoner said he knew^the name signed to the check was not any^^thing like (i. li. Wilson's handwriting, as^he bad worked for Mr. Wilson a lone; time.
JamesI'llda.'e. the wisid llnef, was given^fifteen days free for board mid lodging i^^the county jail.
Anotherhngun check was presented to^(ieorge honker, the auctioneer, yesterday,^by the c shier of the Merchants National^bank. Tbe check was for *.7rl.H7 und paya^^ble to ^Ali^ert Seliguian or hearer.^ It was^signed with Mr. Hooker's name, but the^^in.n ^^ was totally unlike his nigii'.tiire.^The check was found on the streit and^probably lost by the former.
lienl*.'liHIld knit wool ln^ne only :i.*i ccutn It^Hu- i... Hive.
(Children' iia rino uwl.rwear only lwenr^-t.ie
MUlSal Tile llee iiiv.
Atan early hour yesterday morning N J.^tlunhniig, the night electrician at the Ilcl-^eiin Steam I'ower and I.i ^ I,i company's^works, was nevercly burned about the hands^while transferring a wire from one dynamo^tu another. The fore tinker of his left hand^was burned into the bone and will have to^be amputated. The back of the right band^was badly burned, the flesh being torn back.^The injuries are very painful, and it will be^some time before he will be able to resume^his work.
Kveryniuht at 1L':HU o'clock it is Mush-^MMJ*I duty to throw off the alternating^dyniimo, No. 'J, which has a very |^iwerful^current of alsmt L'.OtHI volts. Dviiamo No. 1^was running at the same time, and the en^^tire load is transferred to this dynamo^every night. In making this change of the^wire MushoiiL' was burned as stated. Mr.^KuHhoiig is an old Hrush electrician.^^^^^^ .
Ilent*' ill wisd half hime only 25 cent* i^t pair^at IV Km- Hive.
TtioHelena Marble Work*, lower Main street^flmitli A (roHselin, proi*.. liave just received two^carlnad* i^f r.nitrh marble and granite from lh
luarries in the east, which they mtend t,, manu-^ac tare into all the latest style* nf cemetery work.^All work will lie ex,sailed in the must artistic^style and at eastern iiricw.
Sonsof Veterans Attention
Thereiniliir inwtinc of 1. S. Grant Camp^will be held at Court House hall to night at^7:.'^i p. in. sharp. All members are re^piest^^ed to attend. Husim ss of importance.
a.K. Vka/.ik,^C. C. Smith. C^ipt.^1'irst Heriit.^- ^^^^. - -
IAllies' all wool red medicated underwnar only
siMl The BM line.
tall and See^Mrs. 1^ys.in. the medium and mental phys^^ician at l'^mi Moahj Take your pictures^and ores and see what she cnuilo with thiem.^She is one of the greatest mind readers of^tbe day.
Iiieiia I Bthxffl t'rlre.^M. Nyls ro. propm i,.r of the Minn.-sota^house bar. near tin Northern 1'acific itpat,^held fmctieiial ticket No. ^l.XfJ in the^Ijouislana lottery which drew the second
hisshare tieint;^The ticket has^Mr. Nybcnj, uoW^withstanding tils' sudden accumulation of^this small fortune, fu ill continue in busi-^nass. |
oapitalprize of tlDO.OOt).^on- twentieth, or ^.Vn^.^b ^11 sent for payiuenC^inn uis
Tle l^rrain house of Montana is The Uee Hive^and don't you fomet it-
Fancyartificial riowers iu all varietiea ju^t re-^oeirMi at The llee Hive.
Animmense line of dolls now to lie seen at Tlie^Hue Hire,
I0TTIX9B1B01 T TOWN.
OfficerI'hilip Hest yeet.Tduy received the^sad news of the death of his mother iu Mil^^waukee.
AlamtUO new Issiks have been received^at the free public library and all will be on^sheh es Sunday.
J.T. Oote, proprietor I'tnh assay office^has removed to No. If j Mam street over^I'nynter's druf store.
Helenaavenue is so dusty that people rid^^ing in the street cars, even when the win^^dows and doors are Nghtl} closed, almost^choke.
Whilethe west side is rapidly building up^it will be found that twenty new buildings^have been erected on the east side this year^win re one has la-en built on the west side.
Thewills of Jacob and Anna Schcllint:^and the liuul accouutiuo; of the administra^^tor of their estates Were filed by the probate^judye with the clerk and recorder ust. i-^day,
Hradstieet'syesterday received a re|sirt
thatSawyir. Hooak A Co., un agriaaJtoial
iiupleiueiit.funutiire and MgH firm of^Anaconda, had failed. Assets larp and lia^^bilities not known.
The republicans of Helena who bet on^Power are now paying tin ir bets and , a^a number of democrats who bet on Tisile^wen made happy yesterday by the stake^^holders niviiiKtip the waoers.
FlorenceMiller has commenced an action^in the district court for an absolute divorce^from her husband John Miller. She alleges^habitual drunkenness, cruelty and abuse.^Clements A Hall let are Mrs. Millel's aftor^ui ys.
JamesH. Sperlinu, the well known miii-^inu uian, was adjudged insane vestirdav ill^the probate court before a jury consistmi;^of Dr. S. C. Haldwin, J. H. Juikciis and A.^J.Steele. He will be taken to the Warm^Springs asylum.
Mrs.Carrie Newbury l'itts has in prepar^^ation a ^.rand concert to Is- given early iu^November. The best musical talent in the^city have consented to assist. A rare pr^^-^uramnie will be announced wain. The^event will be held iu St. I'mil's Methodist^^ploeopal church on Hrondway.
TbeYouiik l'eoples' Ss-iety of Christian^Endeavor in connection with the Coii^re-^jjatioiial church m1v^' a social lo-nmht i Fri^^day) at the home of Miss Carrie Lehman,^l'ark avenue. Hecitatious and |Ood music^are in the pnxJpTaaxBM, Kefreshuieiits will^be served. A food time is anticipated. All^are cordially invited.
Thework of reconstruction on the Tos-^ton smelter is now under way and the old^plant will soon be in operation tBjaiB, W.^C. Stanby. uiecliiinic.il eiicincer. will leave^the city to-day for Tostoii for the purpose^of overhauling the uinchiiiery for the com^piny and hutting it in opafatloB. Mr.^Stanley is an old timer and has had the ex^^perience necessary to make Ins part of the^work a success. T he manaejenienl will be a^part of the old company.
The regular monthly meeting of the Mon^^tana Society of Civil Eagiai els. w ill he held^next Saturday, the 19th Hist., at I p. m., at^the office of Mr. K. H. Heckler, chief eiigi-
neetMontana Central Hallway iipaiiy.
Keportswill be presented from iinnltees
on^Memorial to Constitutional Conven^^tion^ and oil ^Irrigation in Montana.^ The^committees on ^Memorial to Congress,^^looking to removing the objectionable^features now surrounding the the manner of^conducting public land sin veys w ill submit^h rcisHt. As the advisability of securing a^thorough and radical change iu the DTI ^ nt^method of making public land surveys is^generally recognized by the profession, the^consideration of this question naturally be^^comes one of much interest to this stwiety.^and that the sense of the society tuny la-^known, a full attendance isearnestly re^^quested. The committee on ^Affliction^with the American Society of Civil F.ngi-^iii-crs^ will report, and general business of^importance will be submitted.
MasOMtaatai ihataxhM sets only ft.so ^i The
theilisnlay or f^wiuiluw of I I..-.- Hi
OaajajMgiahatiAll claims not consistent with the high^character of Syrup of Figs are purposely^avoided by the California Fig Syrup com^pany. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver^and bowels, cleansiug the system effectually,^but it is not a cure-all and makes no pre^^tensions that every bottle will uot sub^st initiate.
Anotherlot of ihose children's underwear just^ns-eiTwIat The Iks- Hive.
Onlya Dime^1-'or a bottle ,,f California white wine or^claret; this wine is guaranteed pure and^wholesome. We also sell the celebrated^Ijeemp's beer at the same price.
Hoism inn Himis A Co.^Cor. (^lore and Kdward Hts.
Healbatata Transfers.^T he following real estate transfers were^filed for record yesterday with County Clerk^and Hecorder looker:
KdwardK. ( rosh) i-t ux. to K. It. Wallace^. int*-r^*Nt iu i . r- i and stone ,piarry^elaiiu Il.imu
KvelineWilliams el conjux to Jnines lllake^hit t, blk. U. lllake aildition
Henribt I'areheti ^^! nx. et sL to Jiitni^t arisen, lot 7. blk. 2, Parker addition
MassciiaHiillard, Iruste*-, et BJL to Tlieo. H.^Kleinsclimidt. lots in blks. frinn II to 'M.^Klowwr (iarden aildition
IticliardLss-key el ux. to Win. Ijankin and^A. T. Koldrup. lot in. blk. IV Ls key ail^^dition
IT.H. Howey, orolsite judge, to Charles^Mat hies and win. Wallace. Jr.. lis in Ink.^417. Helena tnwusile
Tryour l^ent (intent flour, the Is-st in the^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
JohnT. Mvhpht A Co.'s.
liidiiw'Jersey iimb-rweMr. ,' ^juality, now
bIIiikifor jl at Tie- Ids. Hlie.
Agrand military I- ill will be given by^Coni|Miiv C Montana National (iuards,^t Meagher (iuardsi.at Kncore ballon the^evening of Noveinls-r 1. Kntirtiiinmeiits^given by this companv are always enjoyable,^and a delightful tune is already assured.
SomethingThat I'sa he Iti lieted.^A. K. l'rescott. the old established marble^orks on I/iwer Maui street, has a larger^stiM-k of marble and granite than all the^other dealers in Montana taken collectively,^and he offeis the sriine not at eastern prices.^No! no! but for less money than any other^dealer in Montana.
Diseasesof women a s|iecialtv. Sixth^avenue and Main street.
HWH22MILKS UttlM HKI.K.NA un THK^N. I'. IL K. Said ranch is known as the Las
finranch: good water t iirht anil irissl buildiiijrs.^or terms apply to Jan. H. (irant. Helena.
\KIHST-l LASS 12-HOHSK POWKK Al'TlV^matic eiurine: will he sold at a liargain. r'Jl-^quin- at this office.
HANCHWITH HOUHK. 8TABLK. COKHAL^ami *h,^ds. rill tons of hay, aKriculliiral im-^plomouN, making a very iohmI grazing land for^sheep or aSJ sds k. at n^asonable price. Addnws^1*. t). Bat W.h Helena.
PAPnaat this onrioL
tDDHNQ-KUOM(JIBL PORUKKAT km.i.s^' fare |iaid: 2 female ctsiks for Ismrders. Ap^^ply at the i'apital Kmployiiieiit (Iffhv, 212 l*w-^reuce slns't.
IADl I'OHANDLK.THK PKI.IMl^Mt ttl tHlK^I' Iksik. Handsome incomes Is-uu mad,- by^thos)' now al work on it. Five hundred thousand^copies will la- sold. Lilieral terms to gissl party.^Address for i^rtieulars, Charles L Welister A^Co.. Miiineaiailia, Minn. Send for canvasser's^catalogue.
IAHY AliF.NTM WANTK1) FOH MV WON^tJ derful new rubU-r unilergarmeiil. QiaSnSal^iuientiiui for women ever seen. Mrs. H. F. Lit^^tle. i'liicago.
IADY AliF.NTS Ft^ll CHILIVS UVOEM^'' Waists. Skirt-Husile Snls-titute, Bso) Hia|K-r^Bappufftsr, ^4c New gissis. tlur agi-nl at Au-tni.^Minn., maile J7Ti in tell days, Ijalies Supply t'o..^2s7 Washington slns-t, I Incago.
I'HANDLKK WANTH H1NKR8. tut \ DAY;^' nn men for milroad, fns- iias^.; on,- lilaek-^sniitti.
TWOFIHSIMTASSI'l.NNKHX. H.J.III.I Ml'^1 Hut to.
IUJMBKKHAND W1KKMKN ON HiiTH f.I.f.C-^' trie lis'lit and telephone work in H|s^kane^Falls, Apply to W. S. Normal). S|sikane Falls.
IfKM IND TK.VMS TO WOHK ON Till:^^^ H Mil l, r A Klkhorn branch railroad. Ap^^ply ta/aatSsG Twohy, Houlder.
i' KN IT,KM FN I'll HKI'liKSKNT I S IN THIS^i-il^ and county. Our Issiks an* the l^-i in^ihe world. Liberal arrangements made with^gissl purtl. Address Chns. I,. Welister A Co.,^Mimu-apoli*,' Minn.
sintTIOMI B) im kii,
Advertisement*under tlii^ head tlin^e (in;^F KF.L
ImslTIONWANTK1) HY FIRHT-CLAHH^' laundns^.. Aildn-ss ^tjiuniiri^ss^ this office
CKM'.HAbtiOOH HOI SK i.IKI.S \V\M I\i,
k plsi-is. at the I 'apital Kmployment Office.
(tNKGOODYARD M AN AMDTHREK YOUNG^men to work at steam fitting. Shannon's^Kmployineut A I oil,-elion Agency, nsnu U. iialeu^block.
^OliKBY THK DAY. ADDHKSS M KS. M.
I8 IKXIKKKKI'KKOH( LERK IN (1ROCKKY^** store, willing to work. Address t^. A. S. t his^office.
YtdKHi UPHUL8TKKKK. ADDHKSS R T
UYMANAND W1FF. ON UANCII; MAN IS A^^ ' gissl ranchman: wife g,ssl cisik. Addn-sH
A.h. ('.. this olhce.
isBNQL1HHMAN SKKKS KNHAUKMKN1^** as Isiokkis'isT or salesman; g,Msl SXBtfftOXMI^and references. Aildris*s A. F.. lliis office.
UUTtIIKit; KXl'K.ltlKNt KI). DKSIKK.S 81T-^nation; references furuisheil if rispiireil.
AddnswW. T. Dllkensen. Helena.
tSi t i I.SSFI I. MINNESOTA IT.ACHKK^*^^ wishes situation iu Mnntaiia; prefers prim^^ary graile in the city, but would accent a country^KSOOolj referiMHMM* given. Address Miss M. i,..^can- of Mr. J. Homer. Cottage Hotel. Mainniotli
INDUSTRIOUSYOl Nt. M AN WANTS FLACK^1- to drive any kind of delivery wagon; has a^thorough ai'ijiiaintance with the town; i gissl^girls for general hous,^w-ork wanting pla^s-s. At^the Capital Kmployment Office, lilil Igiwremi-^stns-l.
1Y M\N AND WIFK, WOKK IN I'ltl-^^ Kjatt family, one to cisik and the other do^outside work; or on ranch. Address (i. li. II..^this office
DYA WIDOW LADY I iu^M THK, RA8T To^i1 write in ,-in office or a.s cashier or clerk. Ad-^iln^ss Mrs. F.. city.
|Y M \N LND WIFK ON KANCH; A HI'. USED^11 to raiii'hing; want steady work. A Mo - K^A. S. this office.
1I.OOIH'AltltlAtiK THIMMKIt SKI.h-s -I I^^* nation. Address L T. iirithth care of lliis^office.
lyANTKDK) CANVASS FOB HOOD SKL1/-^^ ing articles; no .Issiks. Addross \. this
sinm ki\s mum El LAMBOI s.
1AD1 M.I Nis. m.sii mi \ rWO IHMKN8K^'J ant irnTrlslltlw Oas ndf made *27 ls-f..r.-^dinner; another *HI first hour. Addn-s Little ,V^t o.. Isjx 44.v Chicago, 111.
FOBBENT ItooMs rVBNIMHED.
Ll KNIsllKD AND I Ni l BNISIIKD rooms^^ in tin- baafftap terrai-e, asfMH lith ai.-nuc^and Davis slns-t. Impure in house No. :i.
MNil I HOOMS. T,7I FAST MUDOI S'l'HKK I'.
mNIII I M I IINTSIIKD AND SIX I I I:-^1,1raMin.M A....I,- fa, M.l.. i!.
fURNIHHKD\ND FNFI HNISIIHD BOOMS^lii,|iiireat No. Hfli Ihslney stns-t.
iSI U K ol OFFK'K BOOMS IN OOLD^^^ BI.h-k will be n*ady for iM*cu|ianfl| on Nov.^I. Appl^ 0. .lames Sulfiiaii, court lioiise.
IN III WIOND HKoi K.OI'I'OMrrKKLKCrBIC^I light works, el,rani nsims. Apply lo Janus^Hullivaii. court house.
'I'WOLARHR. NICELY rURNISHKD FRONT^I rooms, with use of lialh, at 7.it Fifth avenu,.
DOOMS,SIM.LK Olt IN SITTKH OB TWO^W IMSSor four, la A. It. liates huil.ling, cor^^ner Sixth avenue and Vtarrcn slns-t. This liuild-^ing m^appUsa with Staaai heat and has all the^mislern conveniences on eai'h 11,,,,r.
RK)MH IN all PARTS OF THK ^ I I Y. aT^^ply Capital KmplojniHiit Office. 212 l.o^^rence stiss-t.
VKWI.YKI HNIHHKD I'ABLOB AND REM^risim and furni-h.sl rooms for genlleinen,^MM Main street. Impure at No. 124 Ming street.
L'UBNISIIKDROOMH AT POHTKK KliATS,^F.wirjg stns'l: entirety renovated and under^new management. Call in basement or at Porter,^Muth A Cox, Hold block.
thkPACIFIC oh LENOIR HOUSE STF.AM^1 heat, ch-gant r.s.ms; M), 71%. tl, ^uit/s'H.W i^er^ilay. No disreputable character* allowisl.
IIAItVKYHOUSE iiBAND BTRKKT, NEW^and eliMrantly funiishisl risuiis. single or iu^^MBMl
ASUITK OK Boom's HINlil.K IF PREFER-^^^ r^sl. with I..hi,I 121 Jefferson stn^-L
POMHINT BtTaTNBMa HOl'NEM.
WTOBKBOOMHIN I'KN.N HUH K. ALSO^'* Hton-riHims and offices in I'iltslsirg Bl.s k.^In.piire of John W. Tliompsoii. ns.m 12. I'uts-^Isirg hl.s-k.
THEIKON PROMT OH MMNhTIIKKT; HKST^^ hotel biiihliii^ in the ,-itv; 70 r.s.tus. all out^^side and fiuishisl in oak. l ull on Portar, Mutli^A ^ in.
Itiiill tND BOA Ell.
VUK ROOM AND HOARD FOB i,i:.N I'LKM AN^* und wife: choice hs-ation: terms m.si,-rale.^Kor particular* appl) to r.smi : aWaapaM Mosha
TWOiTfi.KS I'AYABKFTO.I. II. Ml RFHY,^I one is^oisl I,, i 'i.le A Simonton for fl22.7*.aii.|^one l.^ Hfnioiiton A Mieon for *st7-,. Fiudiv^will Ik- IsaXxOljsd hi .-alliiur M thisoffi.e.
U.ROOMBRICK ROUSE ON WEST B1DK^o furnish.si or unfuriiisheil; hath ris.ui and^ever^ eoliienieiice. including excellent stabling;^terms moderate. Apply 71^ Spruit- street.
I|-K(HM Hoi si on UODNKY STREET. AD-^w dross D.. this office.
-BOOMHOI sf. on HODNKY HTHFTT; $^^^ a month. Impure i', o. box 11*7. or strj north^Uislnei.
q-itooMhoi sk. ^i; BOOTH main BTREXT.
Knuiiireon the pn-misisi.^J IKH1M HBICk HOUSE MM BHOADW \Y.
LHU'ROKTWlt BOOM HOOME, HI MDMJ^U street, liack of Howie street.
UIXAND sf \ KN BOOM HOI m s, ALL MOD-^D em improvements. Impure of J. S. Fcath-^erly.
QEVENROOM CttTTAHK CENTRAL LttCA-^* tioti. i all at Paulsen A M. t'onnell'i^.
VII si | I I \M iii s.
'I'll COllltl SI'OND WITH l'\K II IS WHO^I can furnish aildnsMies of sRMBBI re-idin.: ill^their hs-alities. country, villagi-s ami towns under^MUbM |s.pulati..u. Begai.liec price paid and^other |iarti. ulars. uil.ln-ss Box In, laaxaBV Kan-
MMEM.I so I'HK CELERRATED CLAIR-^IB i,,, aut .can ks consultisl al Ihe Holler build^^ing. It. son iii.
(anHEAD OF CATTLE Olt SIIFFF TO WIN-^a^ fl.r (l|t ibaNK plenii of lia) and gissl miist*.^Addnsw Allen A S. II. Butcher, lmle|ieiideul^office.
SJIIKKFWANTED l.'JOU MERINO OR COTS-^' w-,1,1 ewee, I to ;l y.^rs old. Ad,ln*^ Bin Irt.^HeleiiaJMont.
II PII.N W \M 1 11.
FFWPIT'llsH 1M I'AKK. lil'.BMAN Liai^^sons. Vd.lre^^ ..r call at 421 I'nrk an-.
momI \ in Id \ n.
'PitMIAN HY II. B. PALMER. SEE ADVKR-^I i
tisl-melltill this j.,i i.. , .
llNlMI'KoM |i lANIMHIl II M'IKI. MOBT-^' ' gages- John s. Miller. I nion lll.s k Hel^^ena.
MONEYTO LOAN UPON HELENA ItKAI.^nwl estate up..a reasonable lerms. Apply^to Kdwanl C. Biisecll, risuu S. Tliotuiisoii I,lock,^Helena. Mont.
IAB^IK. AMOUNTS OF MONKY Tt^ MIAN^' * aahaafiovsa and aabaptovsa city real is^tate
andon rauctus.at low ratis.. C. F. Kllis A Co.,^insurance agents, real estate agents, mortgages^loans.
MONKYTO MIAN ON IMPROVED IIF.LF.NA^pr^^|h^riy. Time and terms to suit. Jno. K.^M. Neill. Bisimsiiaiid 7. Aslihy building.!
GrandExhibition at^S-ZLILTXS BEOS.
WeWill have on Exhibition THIS WEEK the Finest and Most
FallGoods Ever Brought to Helena!
Hiraut libataj MxtrooagO in the paol wo bava Uion ennblwl to fit up the Laxrxrssi^ninl tfanilanmaat Uloah Dapartmaal In thai TAsrritory, Thla ih no mitwtatonsent at^jeaota, but tha Hoaaat Trath, and wwy kwajf ol rfilia 0^xo(ll and I'urisian Moral-^ties is btvitad lo call ami hoc- that M lire juHtitleil in HJTMMJ what we do.
I'oruionlhs liack niir sture lum Ui'ii as a ^saving funil^ of Cloaks. All through^JuD*| Jul) ami August onlerH have Ihhmi placml ami lots have bseu purchasail an4^lielil Imu-U until the tlxoil time csnie around.
Isihe l ami no nn ilo l',u-ri Isslv to Call ami BMM the thousanda of dollsra
worlhof (rail (ikwIh on cvliibttion.
special!Special! Special!^ONE HUNDRED DOZEN LADIES' KNIT UNDERWEAR
laTTWatohtin- Pre-an for il^. fMimniiiMinl ^-f on; QBAUD OPRNhWO.
BIOS. Iv^suin Street.
t'otiall unit lLemuel^. willi Stylish, Well KiUituj t'lothes of (Jural MKtarial at^C. .im.ii.iI.le I'ro es. from our Kesdy Miule ('lotbinu I^e|^Mrtiuent.
HelenaAvenue^Myingston Btreet,^Billings Btreei,
WeMake a Point of Insisting Upon the Distinction Betwe^M^CHEAP CLOTHING AND CLOTHING CHEAP !
Wehave OtWfMOt CSothiM for all Men, Bojra ami Chihlren, NintuhU^ (or ai^Minns ami (aviipatioiiH. Our Now HaOflh it. nil HriKht, t'lemi and^Frtwh, ami at l'riom you Cannot IC-.-o t^(JANS 1 KLKIN,HELENA. MONTANA.
Wholesale;mkI Hetftil Detlen in
FLOURFEED AND PRODUCE!
CORNERCLORE and EDWARDS STREETS.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Ihnow pfaparad I^ 'l^-liwr ('.ml fnnn ith Mimw ill
ToooaauMfa in thia Otjr, Pat Doaaaatio aaxl Htittw purpoaaa Booky Walk OaaJ
Iiiihno Mpafiot in thm market It b^biw Ivxailily, BMtlcaa Hot Kiru ami leuv^a littla
MBu Try it.
PrinoipalOffice: ROOM 25. PITTSBURG BLOCK.
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Sawedand Split Wood,
81881itlAfe-Coraer Ewing. at old QpfenBMnl ( orral.
WVaalSawing hy BmwWI rMHM ^^n nhort Boikia, from half nonl up to any amount.^Kimllu^i|(H furniHhtMl nn Hhort notice.
ITIS A FACT!
THATYOU CAN SAVE 25 PEB CENT. ON
LADIES'AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,^HOSIERY, GLOVES, DRAPERIES,
DRESSTRIMMINGS, YARNS, NOTIONS AT
FOWLES'CASH STORE, BROADWAY, HELENA.