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THEDAILY 1XDKl'KNDENT: if i:'..i:S.\. SUNDAY MOBKIKG. OCTOBEB 20 188ft
Osiljr.Hy Mail. One Year^b Carrier, I
Remittancesat the rink ^if labaortbsr unless^B^J^de hy registered letter check, or po-lal or ex-^pies* order payable Tho lndepeuitent Puljlii-tiitur^Oompeny.
I'ersoiuidesiriiur Titr. 1 nukpendkm sarVse^et Uieii human or places of busines. can order by^poatal na.nl or thnuurh telephone N^^. Km. Please^report OoM of irn-iralar delivery promptly.
Advertisements,to insure prompt Leaeftioa^^ houltt h^^ handivl in ts-fore s p. m.
Rejectedoommuuicat ion* nit return'^! unless^^yo.tatre is inclosed.
HELENA,MONT., OCtT 31, 1889.
notregister at all. and many who did^could not afford to make the trip a^seoond time to vote. There in no uiys^tery alx^ut the falling off at all. Hut^it didn't help the republican* a- much^an they thought it would.
rU^.. o iv l\ mom an \
*fuirtHt huve Montana, it wasn't designed
Tolet the derma iac\ _i t it.^And Nome one a iiii thud inii-t s|* i-dilv ttnd
Thatin somehow or other won't let it.^And if upon some technicality slight
Wecall steal what We'd otherwise [^i-t- in^the fight.
Wecan therein tin party approval ixcite.^And no one will ever relict it.
Astate where tic- president's offspring re^^sides
Shouldsurely not go democratic:^Kach other new stutc with mir view emu^eidea;
Montanashould not seem erratic.^The party which nonaged in seventy-~i
Tosteal the whole ticket with KUiuothnM^of tricks^Will surely l^e able Montana to lix
Inn manner that's truly emphatic
Howhat if the voters have spoken their say.
We'llcIiisimc our own plnn to iippcitl it,^By hook mid h^ cnsik we'll proceedings^delay
Untilwe can manage t^^ steal it^The I ohm would Is- one we can searcel)^afford.
Howe'll fix up sonic scheme with ^ can^VHtwing Isiard^PffHll We at length haveoui victor; sc..red^In a way which we linis- will conceal it.
THK.mom \n \ ( os-pibact.
8tLouis Republic Thudnnger which^menaces the American s\stem of govern^nient is Htrikingly illustrated ivln-n I few^politicians, witting as a out ussiug bond^in a backwoods count\ in the Book)^Mountain region, can. by c.inspiring to^violate the law, threaten the defeat of^the w ill of the |*^ople, not in that count)^alone, but in the entire Unit**] States
Theconspiracy in Silver I tow county,^Montana, involves the existence of rep^reeentative government in the union.^No government can endure in whirl,^power can la^ openly and often usnraoi^hy fraud and lawlessness. The inven^tlou of the canvassing or ret liming Iswrd^arid its application to the thi'ft of the^presidency for R. It. Hayes set an exam^pie which has lieen so |K^rsisteiitiy fol^lowed eTer since by rcpu hi n-nti pol i t iciuns^wherever the circumstance, of thecaso^or the use of money afforded oppoftunl^ty, that |sipular confidence in the reprc^.tentative character of government is^being surely destroved No one is KM^surprised, that after securing six out of^eight senators in Um northW^t, the^republican party should openly attempt^to usurp pOWW lo return the other two^also. It has come to be considered a^matter of course that all laws, all public^sentiment standing between republican^politicians and their objects, will be^trampled no. Tbo) are fearless in their^crimes, l'ublic opinion restrains them^no mure than law, for the spirit of which^they have no regard, the obligations of^which they repudiate entirely, at the^penalties of which they laugh in the^feeling of security given them by the^unlimited money of a compact organi/a^tion of the most crufty ami O.Upll^lout men of the country
Theyare Mexicani/.ing the I'mted^States. Their lawlessness will in time^surely force violent reeisUtnce. The^theft of the presidency and the robbery^of the control of the senate cannot bo^openly repeated over and over again^without transferring the decision Ol^questions of government from ballot boa^to battle. Every fraud OB the ballot is^a provocation to violence. The republi^can party by its open frauds will destroy^repreeeututive government and reduce^the stately order of American self gov^ernment to anarchic chaos.
Nogreater treason is pOOstbW than^the crime now Ixung attempted in Moa^tana under direction of the OOMoiMOt^less politicians of the republican national^committee. They are traitors to the^Union, traitors to civilization, and every^American who wishes well to the coun^^try should exert his w hole influence that^such treason may lie made odious
Thkesteemed Herald is troubled OTSt^the falling off in the vote of the sov^eral counties as compared with last^year and wants an explanation of it.^It is easy to find. It was chiefly the^result of applying the registration act^to sparsely settled counties. Thus Vel^lowstone, which polled V^t votes last^year, cast only 080 this year; Cascade^dropped from 1J352 to 1,703, Custer from^1,275 to 1,14-, Jefferson from II/jIO to^2,377, Meagher from 1,541 to 1,407, and^so on. It was in these counties that^men were compelled to travel scores of^miles to register and vote and were put^to large expense. Hundreds of men did
Willlit i n i in \^i^ iii-
Wechallenge Thk Ishk.pknoknt hs a news^pa|ier. not as an organ, to deny that tin^( institution has beast adopted. If adapted,^why are the ilcuus-rnts delaying the official^retiirns from various counties, when their^prompt receipt by the territorial secretary^would enable the coventor to certify to the^po - dent the adoption of the constitution,^winch would in turn call for the imuie.li ,t,^issuance of llie proclamation of admission^^We ask Tiik Imikckmii.m as a uewa|Hi|m-r^not as an orcaii. HI throw wane light on this^matter. - Journal.
Certainly. We Is-lteve that the con^stitutioii was as surely adopt is 1 as thut^nine ilemociatic ineinls rs of the house^of representatives were elected from Sil^ver How BMMtf and not more silrely.^We U heie that all voti-s, whetlu-r for^candidates for otlice, or for the coiistitu^tion, should U* honestly I'otllitlsl. lion^e-tli ^i-rtilied. bonOltl) canvassed. We
baliovathat until the state Ismrd of can^vaswrs has all the returns la-fore it, it^cannot lawfully pfooaod with UmofloinJ^count The law iooiBlioH, It says
'Hiereturns of said elections shall he^made lottM s.eretaiy of each of the ti rri-^torn-s. who. with the HUTOmof ami chief jus^^tice thereof, or any two of lllein, shall MO*^rno the same, and if a majority of the le-^^al votes cast shall he fol the constitution,^the governor shall certify the result to the^president of the UavHM States, laattoi^witli a statement of the votes cast thereon^and upon separate articles or prufMittoOS,^auda copy of said const it ut ion, art idea,^pro|H^ailions and ordiiiaiiei s.
Nowhow are your state canvassers^going to filial out what was the nuinlstr^of legal votes east, or what is a majority^of the same, until thc\ have all the re^turilH la-fore them The vide in Siller^How, for instance, is all tiisl up in the^legal priN-tssling which was taken to^compel an honest nfraOl No return can^come from that counts until this is de^teriniiied. For aught the state canvass^ers know, the ollicial returns may show
an advelse vote in that MMUOt)
mSoiNlto defeat the eimstitutioll.^The canvassers cannot go mi prcsiimp^lion. Their private opinions or those of^the .Journal or Iniih'imh.m, that the^constitution has earned, is not of the^slightest iin|Kirtance. The ollicial re^turns must In- before them la'fore the^canvasaers cuti ^certif^ the result to the
presidentof the I'llited St ales toget her
witha statement of the votes cast there^on.
Hutwe say again to tbe Journal that^there will Is- no delav in Montana's ad^mission unless the republican colispira^tors force it. Is-t the Journal and its^republican supporters ask Chief Justice^lllake to call a special term of court. It^can Is- done in twelitv four hours, the^mainlatiiiis pr'seeding can In- ipiickly^ilecided. and twelve hours later the com^plete ollicial vote of everv county for the^coiiHtitution and all the candidi bs laid^la-fore the cavassor.-.
Iffair dealing ami honest counsels^prevailed with the republican managers,^the duly certitied constitution and the^vote thereon could la* sent to Washing^ton by Wislnesduy or Thuisdav in the^Custody ut a committee of leading citi^/ens of Ixitli parties, who could assure^the president thut We were now ready^for statehood (^ne week from to inor^row Qo*. Toole could take the oath of^ollice, call the legislature in extra scs^sion and the whole machinery of tin-^state would la- iii harmonious mot ion.
Thatis what Tut: Indki-kmik.m. ^as^a newspaper, not as an organ,^ thinks^about the situation, and we la-heio we^rcllei t the sent itnciils of even honest,^thoughtful, conservative citi/enof Mon^^tana, no matter what his party utlilia-^tiona may Ih^.
Fiveor six disftDpOintod, defeated and^desperate men are all that stand to day^bttwOM the people of Montana and^|H-aivful and honorable statehood,
lithe Journal were a newspn|ajr in^ttnolof an orgau.il wanild know that^Mr. Iteiiiiett, republican, whom it puts^in its so called ollicial table us joint rep^resentative from lieaverhead and DOM^li-slge, was not elected. Neither were^live of the republican candidates froui^Silver How whom it puts in its list. The^retiirning Ismrd scoundrels and the ex^c mvict were not successful iu their steal^and nine democrats ^, nit in the house^of representatives from Silver How.^When the tie on joint representative^from Heaverhead and Deer l^alge is set^tltsl by the election of a democrat, as it^surely will la-, the deiina-ratic majority^on joint ballot will lie five.
Thkciail impudence of the state steal^^ing scoundrels and their organ, the ilel^ena Journal, in charging the demia-rats^with delaying our admission to state^hood because the iron hand of the law^has seized the conspirators bj their ras-^cally throats and prevented tOsOJ from^consummating their crime, is iiuite char^a- tenstic, but it deceives nolaxly. The^luw will pursue the siMiindrels to^the utini'St verge and, where the law^fails to reach, an aroused public aenti^inent will do the rest. The men who^have committed this crime against Mon^tana cannot csca|a^ the consequences of^their acts.
(iKM.tiitKKMH. Hu m. the new com^^missioner of |a^nsioiis, is h man of sens^^^and discretion, and in tlaaie resiai-ts^differs from Tanner, lb' was a demo^cntt la-fore the war ami his military^record is giaal. He was commissioner of^internal revenue from 1 m7i- to LM, He^is an old schix^l politician without any^reform notions. He is a prominent^(irand Army man and it remains to la)^seen whether he has the nerve to tight^the pension suarks who made a bail of^Tanner.
returninglaaird idea and makes this^comment: ^Some of our red hot politi^^cians claim that after awhile there will^la^ no use of going to the exja-nse of^elections, as a well constituted lot of^canvassers can do the whole job in a^fair and reasonable manner.
AnaoondaStandard: If two or three^lueu in this territory, broken political hacks^that they are, whom the impular vote has^defeated at the polls time mid time ag on,^la-lit vc that they can steal this state, defv^tin- pi .pi.- plunder the hallot bsO, ruin tin-^new state's giaal mime and stride into^piwer over the wreck, ^if these linn fancy^lliey ran do tins, they will live to see their^mistake, and hiiu-rlv to rue it: and tin v will^not have to live very koOS to tiud it out.
Ifrepublican conspirators fain v that the^|k ojile of Montana are pre|^ired to sit idly^by while the pohtira of the territory is al^^lowed to turn on the testimony of con^^demned murderers and men who in their^time have hceii drummed out of the city of^Helena, they miss their guess by a very^laii-i majority.
If'I homas ('. Power or any other living^man dares to taui|a-r unlawfully with the^honest Vole of Deer Lixigc county, he will^live 10 expiate the olb use at tin- hands of^an out raped pobttl and to curse theday that^vi r i aiiphl Inm linked with a conspiracy to^defeat the |s-ople. Wlinteverother countle-,^may do, this county will never Is- unlaw^^fully counted out. and we serve notice to^that effect on the MOOJsWONi hen- and^now.
I)t it esteemeil republican c,^ntem|s^r^ary, the Missoulian, catches on to the
CBOMtMI i s.
TeacherWhich one of the apostles was^a fisherman':' Tommy Ananias Tern^Haute Kxpress.
Soupa la Jay (Jould^Take a little stia-k.^six times as much water, ami then put in^the lamb. Life.
Marriage,so far from being a failure in^^ liie iiai, says the Millliea|HiliN Tribune, is^only a tenipuary embarras-mi nt.
JimmyI'rva ^Papa, what is 'un-Aiiier-^lOMf^ Mr. I'ryor - ^Anything the for^^eigners in this countiy don't like.^-Puck.
SicnorCnspl tells that llismarrk onee^said lo him: ^You don't drink ami you^don't smoke' What sort a man are you.^tbelif
Hehad been there Kinks ^Miss Sweet^is a bounciiiij girl, isn't she.'^ Jinks: ^Yea;^but her lather is more inclined that way.^^- Lawn nee American.
Amedical journal tells ^what to do when^stung hy a hornet ^ No matter what lie^may do, what he says wouldn't sound well^in print.- Norristown Herald.
Talkabout generalship! If Na|-oleoli had^ever seen a girl climb a baibcd-wirc fence^he would have held the honors of Austcrht/.^at Hotline,'.--liingliumtoii liepuhlican.
Theonly son of a millionaire I Ih. MaOH,^do you love me'/
Theson- Then you won't marry uiei'^MahelOf course 1 will! -Life.
Watermelonseeds were found in an^Egyptian tomb that was ;imi years old.^. ..ic was no doubt about their hcinc,^watermelon seeds, Im cause the mumiiiv was^all doubled up.^Texas Sittings.
K.W. Abbott, an officer at the Masaacliu^setts reforiuatoty, owns the largest dog in^the country, it is ot the Inm hri-i d of mas^^titis, wi ighs 1MJ ponOOli is thirty-three^inches high and sii feet eleven inches in^length.
Thellev. Dr. I'linm-sc -^I had a most^pleasant tune ill Paris this summer, but it^didn't rest me as much as 1 thought.^^Memtt ^\ct it should be some consola^^tion to you to know that your congregation^got the rest.^^Life.
HookAgent ^^Going INM biHiks to t^ ^^hies, uuidaiue, that's a tine youngster. Al^^low me to congratulate you.^ Young^Woman ^Sir, that baby is not mine!^^Hook Agent^ ^1 repeat, niadaiue. allow un^^to congratulate ^ou.^ Judge.
Ilaruuuisays he doesn't care if he loses^IWyMtby ba^IMMOMM venture, and that^w hat he w ants to do is to show I hem over^there what a tug thing is His ex|a nses for^the London season will be $U',0U0 a day.^lb- takes Ins show over on the 1'urnessia.
YoungMiss Wilgus: ^Where are you^going papa'/^ T he Uev. Mr. Wilgus: ^ l o^the temperance meeting. We intend to^inaugurate a uiovemeut to save the young^men ol the country.^ Young Miss Wil^^gus: ^try and save a real nice one for^me, will you. papa dear^^^Terre Haute^Kx press.
Mr.Miller, a t'amubaii government agent^in the Northwest Territory, says the people^are preparing for a hard winter. ^All^along the banks of the Assiiialsiine nvt-r^the muakriit tiouaca an- higher tins veiir^than 1 have seen them for tell years, and^nearly twice as high and big as the) were^last year. T he sign never fails.
Agentleman living m II Paso, Texas^ship|a-d a Mexican ^burro^-a diminutive^Slavics id jackass to a friend ill (Mil.i. At^one of the transfer stations eu route the ex^^press messenger could not imike his freight^slip tally, so he wrote Imck to the previous^station, viz.:
Onebureau' short^one 'jackass' over.^Your ulerk had ts-tter take lessons in -pi II^nig he doesn't know how in-p. II 'bureau.'^but has sjH-lh d it 'burro.' ^^EI I'iiso Her^^ald.
Thedeath of Mr Lyman Klapp. of Provi^^dence. H. L, recalls a valuable service ren^^dered by him to mankind. Thirty years ago^he contrived a machine for separating the^hull from the kernel of the cotton-seed. As^a result of his invention a waste substance^has been converted into a source of profit^^able use known all over the world, and mill^^ions of dollars are annually added to t tie^value of the cottoll crop of tile I lilted^States. Mr. Klapp has a monument ejected^to his memory wherever a cotton seed mill^has tin, built in the South.
ihi: iihi m UM^With martial tread ainl haushty mien he l.-a.U
thebis brass brand.^No ruler half so proud aa he, do poOOOOl H
Tim^hu|^ girls Kate in wild auuue lOMlMi ^tai-
warteharnis.^Aud Ilia tlenv VUUlii'tills the ^mail U^)'^ Mild
trilliwild and vatrue alarms.
Wlu-iitla- liiais over, and ^IWnced e^i h
hlarinirhorn.^;i. i-iiiiiiw down town iu a |lu suit, which isniun-
whatfailtsl and worn.^Aud a niK-ker. milder-manuerwl man it would
hardlo meet^for tiftum ,lihs-ks in either dinvtioti u|^^n the^cruwdnl street.
tBAiom the inuurr.
ihe healing qualities of the saliva of a^dog has been know n since history began and^many stories are told about wounds having^been cured by the lick of ^ dog's tongue^when salves and lotions had failed The^artist Phillips tells a story which illustrates^the sense of a dog as well as the healing^power of its tongue. He was in John /.leg^ler's stablenl.oiit two weeks sgo, and noticed^a hunting dog lying in one comer with^badly suppurating sore on the buck of his^head Is-tweeu his ears. Mr. l'hilb|is. Is-ing^a lover of animals, remarked to Mr. Ziegler^that it was a pity the dog could |,^t lick the^sore as it would heal much quicker if that^could be done. Mr. Ziegler told Mr. Phil^h|^s lo remain awhile and he would sec how^the dog would gel around the difficulty of^kissing the back of his neck.
'Thedog got up, walked across the lloor,^sat down, OOOOOMOl licking Ins fore|Miw,^with which he applied the saliva to the^wound. Mr. I') .: 11j ^ was delighted, and^every day visited the dog to si-e tt dress its^hurt, ami had the satisfiu tloll of seeing tin^animal become a healthy brute without^man's aid,
X.Hiedler says he was once cured of a bad^case of rheumatism by following the advice^of u 1'iegali medicine man. He had been^on a long tramp after road agents and wan^^dered into a I'legaii camp one winter stif^^fened up with rheumatism. He^was placed ill a tc|av covered with^blankets and skins. stripped and^a lot of heated stones placed inside ii|siu^which was |siured water. This generated^steam, and witluug a short time he was pcr-^spiring freel) \ says he was [aisitive that^he had lost alsuit ten |iouud* hy ev ipora^tlou when the dap of the tepee was throw n^back and m rushed two bucks, who seized^bun and ran with luui to a stream near by.^A hole had In-ill cut in the ice and in this^they soused him two or three times, haul^^ing him out unconscious. When he came to^his senses he was lying iu a tepee wrapped^up warmly, every ache and |wuu gone trom^his limbs. He dr. ssed himself and left^next morning for his destination a well^man.]
tint-ofthe pioneer* tells a story about^Alibi gulch which gias to prove that a^stone iu the hand is wolth as much as a pis^^tol in the hands of another who is not a^gis.d shot. A plnm-spokcu mall had^aroused the ire of some of the followi is of^1^^ -|s radii Ives, and he was tlircatcin d with^death, i Hi. night some friends came to^boo in Virginia! ity and wanted to accoin-^pany linn In one. as they were afraid he^would Is- assassinated. He declined the of^^fer .in.I started home alone. He had to go^through a lonely gulch and was almut half^way through when he saw a form^crouching hehinil a pile of cordwisal. Gath^^ering up some snusith round pebbles he^walked towaids the skulking figure, and^when within tell feet of it a pistol hull^whl/zed hy his head. He lesimnded with^a stone, which si ruck the fellow lOM the^arm. knocking the pistol from his grasp.^Hie would I^ assassin started on a rim^down the gulch with the irate citi/.en Is-^hind piltlllg ll 11 ll with stones. The fellow^made his esia|^-, however, and the citizen^returned to the wisal pile and picked up the^pistol, which he kept. I he fellow who had^tra d to kill an unarmed man was hanged^shortly afterwards.
WilliamHarrison, secretary of the Mon^^tana Oimute company, concluded to do a^little gardening on his owu account lust^^MMOM and planted his garden with (mta-^tia-s. The return was enormous, he secur^^ing twenty sacks, or forty tiusliels, of as^line spuds as one can see iu Montana. Mr.^Harrison was very proud of Ins Murphies^and while at the council Friday night told^Ins friends about tin- yield of his garden^spot, and invited several of the^aldermen over to his house to see^what could be done without^irrigation 111 Montana, before the evpeeled^delegation arrived yesterday. Mr. Harrison^went out to take a hsik at the tuts rs and^w as lion Hied to hind that ten sacks haddis-^app ared. Full of wrath, he jumped into^Ins buggy and drove lo the marshal's office^and informed him of his loss. The marshal^and Mr. Harrison went to investigate, and^when tli. v hi rived not a potato could la-^found, the marshal p.litely told Mr. Har^risou that he didn't boliOOJ he ever had any^potntOO^ and Mr. Harrison hotly replied^thai if he hadn't raised potatoes lie would^like to know how his ground got dug up tin-^way ll was. and was consoled hy the insinu^^ation that gophers did it.
TilK M AUK I. I S.
Newtoss. IVt. IU. Har sUver WV
Iupl^-r Nxsiivted: lake nominal.
In-sat Active; easier: domestic, fUk
Thestock market was nuiet to-day. hat fever^^ish and irregular, with cimsiderahle weakm-si* iu^coal stocks and irnuurcr*. while OOOl and the^ns-t of tin- regular list were iu the main tiriu lo^stroiis. i losing tiirures wen- g.-.-^ , .. clow to^Uioae of the opeuiiuf. Governments dull aud^stead).
Petroleumii|-unil Mead) at W\. anil moved H^aliahtb in tin- earl) tradtus. then tn-camc nuiet^aa.i1 sti-ail) al luu.
tiovermueiitIhuuIii. ^^, IJ7. ^',- llft'i; North^^ern Pstiftc, likj preferred. llregon lm-^piov.-iiient, W; llnsiou Naviiratinn. luu1,; Ttmixa-^iMiutiurntal. US; I niou Parihc.m^.
Mom-)on call nas) with un loam*. Prime mer-^cautile \^m\iet i'l'i 7. tSti-rlins exi-haiuri. uuiet;^heav), ^ixl)-da^ hills,. ^^.-! , demaiul. ^i - ,^I IIII AliO CAsTtOa
I'Hlcvcsi.IV-t. PA tattle IteeeipU. a.tWO^stiNwl) i-hous-to extra Ins-vi-s. r4..'4Mi 4.VXI; steer*.
f;usi l.ii: ptucksnaad (esdera, ll.tnti .^.^^^;Teia*^cattle. |l.9uh Visj- weatera ranger-. IJ.'uSa ^I.On.
II.-g-lUs-eipu. 17.^biu: -ti-a.1) to ^trong; miied.^S4.ionl.Hl; heavy, HJttSj Ufc luii.t. ^.i..i:,u4.^u.
IHhis'pItisviptK. 1 :^.^^^!; tirm; nalin*. ^;u^J^i^5.UU. weatertui.4.IS; Telana, -.. o g_n
Ctacvoo ik-t.W, 1:15 p. m. t'hwe Whnl-^Stead); IV-t.. iV'n l^e^-.. ^IV; Msjr. s^V^l orn Slea.1); pet, MHt Nov.. ^US; Mar.^llats Maadyt 0*U UHl Hal^ la\; Ma), its-^Pork Sti*l). Ik-t.. nil.iaj; Nov. |V.H^: Jan..
Urd Stead). Ucl. MJMel Jan.. Hit
SPECIALSALE OF FINE PANTALOONS.
Tothose who use Hwh Grade work, we would ask a^wUrMlo^almf6el aSSUfed that Purchases
Insums to suit on from Six Months to^Five Years Tune on Ileal Kstat^^Seeuritv.
Moneyon hand. No Delay. I'ash paid^for lieal Estate Mortgages by
W.H. CLARK 4t SON, Gen. Agents.
NorlliwvstenihMtfty lm Gmipy.
Boardof Trad* Room Plttiburg QICKk/Hal.oa
SPECIALSALE OF UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS!
W,.have concluded to give up our line of Fifty Cent^^irhirti' I^ord!r t0 ExP^t'te the Sale we will, during^trStfrf; KaypMf Wednesday, reduce the price of
mSEs^r^the Net 0081 of
II ELEN A
I'bereis no sounder linam ial institu^tion in the 1'nited States than the .lur-^visConklin Mortgage Trust Company, a^branch ofliee of vvliirh has Im-i-ii recently^established in Helena, for Montana and^Idaho. Ixians in any sum from .-jet!*) up^can be closed at once. All that is neces^^sary to secure u loan is security, and that^in riMpured by any and every bunking^mst it ut ion in the world. The terms of^Messrs. Jarvis A t'onklin are as reason^able us can be secured from any wnirce.^Their reputation for probity and fair^ness in nil their dealings is well uttested^bp the many who have done business^with them in fifteen states and territo^^ries iu which they operate extensively,^and no complaint of unfairness liuv ing^come in during the years they have Imhmi^in business is proof positive, of their re^^liability.
IvVulizingthat Montana and lilulvo^presented a good Held for a legitimate^loan business the ollice was established^here and is now m iMafOMiy quarters^with A. J. Steele, in the Broadwater^building, on the corner of Main unit^Sixth avenue, and will remove to more^MMMaVOM quarters us msm as they^can ls^ secured.
Aspecialty is made of loans on Kunch^und Farm pro|*^rty. Owing to the vast^extent of their transactions M.tisrs. Jar-^vis A Oooklin reipiire aifenciee through^^out the territory in which tu*y operate,^and for that reason wish to secure agents^throughout Montana and Ulaho, and to^thut end corres|ionde.nce is solicited^from resjHinsible and reliable persons.
Thecash capital of this company is^#l,500,0l^0, with a large available fund^to draw from if ever to und to be neces^^sary.
Solid,substantial, reliable and trust^^worthy, the Jar vis t'miWIin Mortgage^Trust OoMOUf is coutident that it can^successfully compete with any similar^organization of the kind iu the I'mted^States. Correspondence is solicited, to^which prompt replies will be made.^Low rates of interest, easy terms and^satisfaction guaranteed in*all cases.
I'udertukw.^II* Warn-n Stn-et. ^M^t^hons tie.
Atturuey-at4oO.^UuotMSaiid 4, Asldi) HI,, k. Ilslens, Men*.
'fSiuIut of Pisuo, Holt ^nd SirKrinn.
No.Ills llowie street, nrut A. P. Curtise
siire. Ils||.|in. Mont.
\j UMBU HLLLAltl),
Attorneyand OsMOaMoj ^^ L^w.
.WUI:^^^'^''''^^ ia all,,f re.sml in tile Hr-
*^^^^ ^ ^*88 m Uold HI.,, b, Helen,, Muu7
CornerMain Street and Sixth Avenue.
A School ol
OBskksepiaoArithnie-i. . PNUasasUsv Hack^ins. Hn-ineis suit In-leal KonBS, lel-s-'r:.i^li). I or^Wsfaeislsatsi, hiM^llias und nil UM l.iiKiisk
I'erninI'liiim.uraiihv B| Hail.
AKnll l'or|is of Kx[m^rieneeil T.mi'liers. IJsi^and Kveniiiir IfSpskoa, tor Partii-iilars tieas
Busuiessh^lueator.^ or Ai!iln^sH
II.T. ICMtiLKHOKN, A.
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HEALESTATE^Offer Great Bargain in
bUKLUNK. HAHHOl It,
Attorneyand OsMhMsS at law.^MajKinic Tenn.l.-. '1,.1,-ua, Hunt.
ytHJlJ'tlLK4 mtOWNlNli,^Attorney-it-Law.^M DonOM 'tn^l. ( liica^o, IU.
WlKU.KOI.Ii,OH VNVJl.l.K W. l.UOWNllSa,
Hreek.V Hlbsrt Stable.. Is^wsr
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(tjueei-ssorto Ilel, n^ ('ii,l^rtakiug 00.)^I'met leal Oadertaksr.
(Hfirsand warensim IH Park awntw.
lhouo Mb ^)l^'U day uid nia-lU.
[AtlJSKN A MKHINK1.L.
IMsadHtra-tlv T^ Andjiectnral Work.^Plans and siieeilii alioiis drawn. Work^vistsl.
IM PlttsaaBg ^ash, Helena. Mont,
Isjtsadjacent to Railroad
ResidenceLots in all parts of tho City.^A numlier of Fine Kesiilenoes.
SeveralCottages near l^epot for sale on
Town IjoU and Mining Property ia^Ctaike City
Anumlier of Fine Rnooboi in Plataead^Valley tot sale Very Cheap.
VnHn*.JOMNSTtlNK A (X).,
KtHIMS5 and t'..i'mon block.
Aliljrh arade'is liisil. preparing hujr. for rot^leirs. M-ientific at-tusd and fur busineaa.
:\mm.stueation. tlioreuirti eourse of .la.lv.^inm^'. U HOWAllD
eaperintrndeat.ttrlea City, I tah.
MONEYTO LOAN AT
10Per Cent.^Pm :^ t(^ o Vcirs Tint on Wtil^EstaU' in the City at^HrlfUft.
Si.OBwOBBOOOSi IKOOnt parableOKOOOOOJ^^MONKY KtiR Hl'lljyiNtl Pl'RFvMBI.
Wls-ntillee are |.-i fi, ^ thare vtrill lie Do delay in
i-loainsI^aii.^Also money to loan on uuwuvsd harms and
H.II. I'Al.MHK. Uold Bloek.
VlXSklb^l.l^Ui^ MI'.n iM.. niKHK WILL^^~ be a ^i^s-ial meetius of the -.toekindlier* of^tt.e Helena A Livina^ton Hmeltinif A lledm-tion^...^.^*. ). for t.- uurpusr of eleetiruia U^rd ..f^trustns. for tlie lauanee of the hsi-al year. Is-M at^the office of its* comiiany. in Helena. Mont..^M.niiU). is t. ^lli. Is-Vai . ^i c. a,. IK onler of^board of useii. 8. T. HA I HER. Pres.^0. K. ALLKN. Secy.
|ill. M. liix KM.VN.
Pliyskiaii,h OVOL V.-i-wuclier. Uonlaa^and Aurist.
Msm'a-rof Kan KraneiscM .Meilieal Horiet^. akte^Nevada State Medical Hts-iety.
OffioePan-hsB'. drus .tore, corner abas.^Main and Hroadway. Entrance on Hrosdway mat^Jackson. Ilel ml. Montana. I cnsultationa la^(ierraan and LrailUli.
'Kooai 10. Tliinl Kl.^.r A^aby lUueb.^P. O. Rot 7s.V Helena. Mont.^Public hiilniaas raawasi an I JweLIUm Hhwe^asaatatad m il^- lav-it sra
Kffc'raaijw. Iluu. W. A. t la k ami Ma. H. J.^Talls.tt, Unite; Hun. Hani Word, Mrs. H.' T^lanser, Mr. f. It Wallace, Mr. John (' p^ -^Helena.
--.e i work and l-jnboMieil Urn^liateussl. a .|...^.i.
Si0. HT^S kNIAl.KR.
ilte l isiuui^i ,ii.t iISsOOl Laud llfBoa.'
AtlanticKoililirvK Wasauta-t^n. L^. C^Kisir years S||r^laillss as m number of euaawaak^BM bsir years in the i ,..neral Ijirsl (Iffine, fSwa^tices in all the deparLnieule and in toe I^and llisirirt risirts.^I^n.l awl Mnuns law ^ Hpecialty.
LWlwU\w i riionii!rrjihii' Inslituri
Theonly First Class Business School^between St. I'nu! and Portland. Night^school October to April. Read ^Hoard^of Reference^ in College Reporter^Wjite for terms.
HAHN^ WALTERS,^Gold Block, Helena, Mont.
4NKWSKUIIX M^TI^ ^ IS HKIOBV (ilVKJI^^ ^ that series I of Ilia Home Building and Lnaji
ofHelena, Montana, i.