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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! Mi.;.i:n.\. W EDNE8DAV MORNING. OCTOBEB 30, 1889.
nUK ^^l ^ B^M RIPTIOM
UuljH\ Mail. One V^^r -^^Kfl^. Hy Carrier. IVr Mouth IMJ
ll*mittanes ^l th^ ri^k of stiWrilier |nnl^m^^a a. I by misi-ten-l l.-tt^-r. check, or pn^tal ^ir e^-^araaa order i^yabli-to The li.1 i^-uiiaM haMM-^tug t MMMM1
t#~|Vr..ii- |.-irm_- tWt IHMMM *rvl^at their home* or placm of hii^in^^* can order li^^^o*Utl card or thr.niirh MMfMM S^. !'*^. PlMM^report ^ iw~ ^f irn-irular delivery |^roin|^tly.
Adverti-em-nt-,to iinuiro prompt iiiwrtioii.^^hnuM ka hauled in deb-re - p.'ni.
lli-jo.-!.-1avrarutmicvi'i-n n it returned unleM.
HELENA,MON T., OCT. 90, 1MB.
11Um Virginia ifetnoorata do their^duty mxI Titaadaj will ^^^^ Um lust of^Mihn^ Qua) dkatributuui IshmIIi;^la big paokiflM thtxMgtoat Um atatri^hut Ik- i .'iiiiint ovwoomm Matrtnw'a nil^popularity.
Tillmore m ^t of Um cinpti^m-ss of Um r^* 111 j I ^] i ^-^tn MM Ml^prenin-t .'tl Um MM aa wonder lit UM
ioi.i-sul i iicck of Um mm vaawMaaaa^lag to binoh Montana's Miaiiaaioa to Um^union on MMM. it pretext.
ACOOMNVQto Hid nwjmj letter of
fowagMi EteUgaui lo Um Baa (ork^Tribaa*) (ha State Btealtn aa Ml in
Umdto cease fron, tlii'ir crimes with UM
rUaaMilof tin- taaaal ManiaM mm,
Theyknow,^ says tins rciua r ka I ilc Mi
u-r.^tiiat ii law^aaaUMf at taairlagii
lativemutts will !^^ contested for fraud^in Doer l.oil^'c. .IiITitsoii ami Silver
How. HIan aha wrote that letter
mit frank fool at least.
conclusionof the epistle of tln^ tfentU)^MM from Malm that Ih iMUag in tlit*^ntMfl Nothintf ^x^ul^l bo finer ^^r more^impressive tliiin his feeling ohservalion^alxiut ^i'Vi-ry citizen v. ^^..^^ deeply at^In-art the preservation intact of our^v. liiilcsorni- Mitriatf^ lawn.^ Power and^Selitfinan arc pretty tfissl hut. clearly,
Barnardtakes Um cake.
Xiski KNTiis of all the o|iinm iia^(Nirtcil into San Francisco is MBMJgho\^says the Examiner. The custom an
thaiUm claim to have abal MOOyOOO
worthof the drag this year, hut ex^Deputy OaMOtef Si-ott says that the^amount is not over lafllTOO worth.^Charges are made tliat there was never
aomuch aBMjgUag us aadar the present
ailministrationami an investIgaJion of^the opium rint; promises some startling^disclosures.
\Luarrilla burnt m ule ^ MM] tea iia
lmet ion iii waft Um oilier m^, 11 ih i-l ii hi^was indicted for larceny on a cliurne of^MmIImj fruit trees from ^ m4cmmm, hut tins^iMonay ugoad that M must in- MMiwa thai^tin mmm aaltad tha Mm from ti^-^^toaai ^nil tint tin in aMa brfun nrryinn
tiein away. Otlierwin- his uffensi- was like^plucking an apple ami not larc.nv. Hih^cintelit lull was sustained. Wat.iluirv
Hutthat Laaiorilta lawyer isn't a^patch to those republican potUfoggan^HI Itutte. Those fellows would MMM t^^WMh the indictment hecause it didn't^state whuther the MMMMN tu-sets or^pippinn.
I'm:Ohm republicans are a badly de^MOMJImI lot. Instead of MMttigg to^fraudulent ullidavits, like their Montana^brethren, they tried forgery against Mr.
Caiii|ils-ll,the democratic nominee for mkiiiu lias tin-ess. nee of tccliuieahty in it
I'llk Portland I devonian is one of the
lowraaablioM Mwaaaaan UmI speaks
itsmind on the tariff '(Hestion. It tint I v^tells its party that a republican ^-on^gMM has got to BOi alsiut a revision of^the tariff withoat delay and that it^must not cxpi-et to ^atisfy the |iopular^demand by providing for free whiskey^and tobacco, either. ^When these tar^i!f reductions coinc to Is- made,'' it says,^^there will lie a sharp divergence of^opinion as to whether they shall 1st^made at tin- MTJMMa of tin- nuinufac^tiirer ami for the Ijcnclit of the OM*^sinner, by MMMteg the burden-, on tin -^lahad gissls. or at the MfMMM of the^prodUMf of raw material and for the
baaafltof Um Maiuteaturar by placing
crudeproducts on the free list. The^skirmish batWOM the aMhjMMM und
theaaol BMaufaoturar, is-tw^^en the
leadMMarMd the smelter, will broaden^into a battle all along the line Is-twucn^the producer and the manufacturer.
TheOragoalan'a onaolaaiow li that the
lightfor the organi/.ation of the house^of representatives is lotM lietwisui tin-^east and west and that tha speakership,^which is the key to the situation, will go^to McKiulev, of Ohio, who more nearly^MMM the sentiments of the western^people. It MMOialll comnicnds the^^ Hiio man to the meiids-rs from ^Dakota,^Montana and Washington.^ We uro^sorry the OregoiiittU Uid'nt speak^^mmtj our Carter is said to ls^ already^pledged to the immortal Julius l.'u-sar^liurrowH, the man with the fog horu^Toii-e
IN III II Ml \l KIM
AnacondaNtaudiinl: We live m t-cli^MM) times, lanncr put a ti-uhui-^cil coiistructioii mi the orders of^Ins NU|m-rior otHcers and was Ismuced for it^Wiudoui Is so tcclinical that In- evades re^^WMibility hy asking a ruling from con^|MH on |k^llits that an- clear lo tin- people
(haMaatem aba m tfea Manfag M! his
iHint ion d. inaiuled a lire coal with wlni li^to light his pi|s^ liecause the funics of a^liiati-li are lint healthy, was one of your^technical parties.
Ihe lawyers representiiik tin Silver How^MMMteg board arc IMMMBMJI technical,^^i t they have not told us .whether it is fisid^form for a ini inlier of a returning board to^have a MgM at stake ou a precinct he^throws out; MM have we Imcii informed^that it is strictly technical to mmmm^that certain citizens have made atlidavils^saying they voted Hie republican ticket, al^^though these people swear to the fact that^tin y voted Hie democratic ticket and jre^f lined a bribe.
Itwould Is- intcrestmu to know whether^the republican conspirators rei|tlesled the^^ li nined MMteMJ ^^^ UmM MMJMJ to
securefalsi MMhaaagte Mm mm of tbi
peopleor iii (lie name of the territory. That
governorMr Campliell exposed the^plot, the republican newspapers that^published his forgml signature have^teM BOM|ielled to retract their charges,^and the republicans are on the defensive^all along the line. The campaign Hears
its^ iose with ohaaftej praaMote for Um
IIh.kmawill never Ixi an attractive^i-ity to visitors or residents until it has^two or three grand drivew ays, or Imule^\ards, that are not only smooth and^MMb hut are thoroughly sprinkled so as^to Ik^ dustlcss. I'nder the new water^deal it should bo |sissible to accomplish^this end. and no water deal that MM^not give us a supply sullii icnt for this^pur|sise. and for sprinkling our priooi^pal city streets as well, is worthwhile^We don't want merely water enough; wi^want more than enough. I^.f every side^of this business Is-considered Is-fore any^OOatfaOt laOioaad. Now is the tunc for^our citi/.eim to come forward mid sa^^what thev want.
Mthe law relating thereto ought to be
In-hnically speaking, it is a ipn-stioii^whether that niie glass of liquor that kept^Hilly llnll drunk two days can strictly Is-^called ^straight whisky^ under the law.^Or. again, in a tcchiiii-il sense, was it giusl^|Mibtu-s fur Mr. .lack and Ins friends In pay^most of the ev|s-nse entailed for registra^^tion at ibaMMai pMateat aatg to have that
[MillingpiaM go dead iigninsl gMMf
Then,too, M to the republican MMiWM^tried to gi t MVMM citi/cus to bear false^te-tiinony and to put their MMM to |^ rjury ;^[lit these priMMirers to be hanged III a
puieivMahaMal mmmMahaaldthai simply
gracethe cross tree of noun- substantial^telegraph pole in the every day old-fash^^ioned way
IIn atmosphere about us ftiincM with^technicalities. In fact there appears to be^within reach of us nothing substantial,^ithing that really ii what it ^eeuia to be,^necpt the nnh ^undi d political aiubit'tM of^Sanders and old hnowles.
^ should Ht-c it s|Mirklr she fanned In r
selfs,, much that I had to put on my over^^coat. It's a miracle that I have not got^pneumonia.^Texas MflMM
Thereought to ha docietiesforiind forlln^eucoiirageinent of the laugh. A real lnUj.li^is not common. If he laughed hearty Hint^of teller man Would lie better morally and^physically. There is nothing like habitual^laughter for promoting good appetites and^good digestion. The MM who laughs mm^estlv has no iieart for avarice, cruelty mid^dissimulation. A man may smirk and guf^^faw and Is- a villain still, but one who^laughs habitually With his whole being Ml^Is- nothing nf the sort I herefore. brethren^and sisters. MMd the cause of laughter if^ymi i an. - Troy I'ress.
Sinepaagta an- too su|^ rst it inus for any^thing, there are men right here in the^Star office who consider it the worst kind at^a hiHslis, to have a heavy ladder fall M^MMM on a Tuesday. There is another mini^who invariably turns around and gM^around the corner if he m-cs an old friend^approaching. He owes Mm $-^^^. and it is^one of his Ml MUJMntitiMM that it would^knl Ins lin k forever to meet him on this^e.uth. Ami tin re's It. Smith, he never h nds^'in umbrella on Moadajr, I uesdiiy. Wedn. s^day, Thursdiiy. l'riday. Saturday or Sun^day. This su|srstilion has tukeu entire^paaMMhM of him Washington Star,^t'li.-r'-'s a l^lai for WM) MMM,
There'ssome joy in every Int.^\\ lien a nickel yon MM Ix-rmw
Anddrop it in the slut.
ghen )nll fis-l yourself fur-.'ik'-ll.
Ahen your friends you eminl as naught,^tad MB had MM emu b taken.^Drnii a nickel in thu slut.
t^uur false friemts, fri-iel-tiin fi-igluiin,
DlpMMMM with the fMMjhl^l'nat yuu in weiirht are uaiuiim.
Dropa nickel in the MM
Ipun joiirneyinn. if Ihopartiiui
Iiwith ranus BMMlvMI fraught.^MMM ^nur life on ' ;^:'.:..
Witha uiekel iu the slot.
Whenyou're weary with lifeV haMM,
Anilthe nun i- a- - here,- aisl hut.^M tin- tank a nickel rattle
IImp it softl) ill the Hint.
Them'stin IaIiii for an) MBMa,
Nujnys can hidden lurk.^\\ hen the uiekel that ymi Imrruw
Willnot make tlieemiiDe wnrk.
Oilby one all the great rcpubli^leaders are appearing iu public as letter^writers. 1'irst we had Power, then Scl^iginan. and now comes that eminent^party chieftain. Iternard. the ex convict^allidav it procurer, in a letter to the
ircat Falls [Matter, As we gave the m
^ailed MligMM letter in full we accord
thesame treatment to Mr. Iternard
Misiettaf is as follows:
RdHof(inat Kalis Leader: Your artu-h^in tin- l.' .nli r of the Mb bMt, h is just b. en^called to my alii ntloll, and while thankiu^you for the kmdlv nu ntion therein. I In^^to state that my inn part in bringing t^the surface the democratic frauds in pn^ateat MM a very minor on,-, the v ilu^able ctloits ot W in. W nit-is. H. Coblwn,^(lliiftlls.il. I . K, t'nugdoll ami I.eW lb^l^land^all reputable citi/etts of Silver How
couiity-coiitributedmainly to the lesults I tlu. MJM,^MMM Transcript^obtained
I'BOHtMI I s.
Thedignity of MM is all right, but it is^the dig night and day ..f lalsir that many^people complain of. -Texas Sittings.
Itbaa been remarked that some give ac^^cording to thi ll mi ins and Home according
totln-ir.iiincss. ImMM lUpublio.
Itis a curious fact in tin- run of things^that it is easier to Is' thoroughly orthodox^thin to be thoroughly gmsj.^Scrantoii^truth.
AinelicHives t'h.inh r has taken to play^tej MJM th^ violin at night. MMM to hi^Italian nrighhorsdisgust. It is understissl^In r husband plays second fiddle. ^ Pciiv
Mrs.Oldlsiy^Ob, you ueedal talk. John^YoM MM hound M have uie. You can't say^that I ev.r ran after you. Oldboy--Very^true. Man.i. and the rat trap never runs^Her the mouse. but it gathers hull ill all
HelenaJournal: Just when tin- eyes nt^the Doited States are turned upm MolltilllH,^it is unfortunate to have another Tnso.lt^discovered.
i\ i:K( ()AT IIIIKV KS.
\I ale ileil l'hla-f mmmmia PMM I mil In a^Novel Manner.
Theovercoat thief is in Helena. Not the^MMMg MMMM thief who will walk into a^hallway and take his pick of the ^Itens.^^hut theclever audacious thief who will have^a hok-l porter or some one connected with^an establishment hand out a coat. MMMM^it carefully. and if it suits Ins fancy claim^It and walk off. Lust night one of the clev^^erest wnlki-d into tin- ^^Headquarters^ on^Main street, sauntered ^o the bar and said^v. rv |mlitel) to tile barkeeper:
Willyou please hand me my overcoat.^^potatteg to several which hung behllui the^bar.
| W'h ch one^^ was nskis.1^'^A brown one. I don't know whether that
menearest me is it or not. Let BM Ma It.^No, that isn't the one. The one iu the ^ ml^looks like it. Yes. that is it. Thanks for^yuurtrou'l '. Will yiu take a drmk^ Mix^M* a toddy, please, (hssl night.
Theobliging harkcc| i-r ri-oeivcd a quarter^for the drinks, the smiling stranger walked
utof the house and the occurrence was^forgotten until Mr. Totnkins, tin- propria-^ir. mated to know an hour later, ^'where^in the thunder is that overcoat of miner
thenthe smiling stranger was remembered^and the overcoat^but it was gone It was^worth fliu.
POMt mm Hie Train.
Scokankt'vl.l.s. Hi t. L^.l. - [Special.|^A^young man nauiedl I'Malh y. while attMMV^ing to Isiard a umviiig logging train this^^Mate* nt Hauser JuneMon, Idaho, twenty^miles east of lu re on the Northern I'acitic.
lippadand fell aadar tha wheels, lie was
Huggeda distance of tweiitvfcit beneath^the wheels, disemboweling Inui and niang-^ling his bo iy. lb' lived nearly an hour and^recover! d consciousness long enough to tell^when-Ins folks lived. The curoiii r's jury^ittachi'd no blame to the railroad company.
Tooksi. bMM In.
St.I/oiis, Oct. ^.^^^.-The All-Amerioau^Il legal ion to-day visited Kant St. Louis,^several manufacturing institutions and the^St. Mary institute for young gills. Tin-^visitors subsequently lunched ut the boM^of tin- St. Louis Jockey t'lub, after which^they wi-re drivi n through a PMMM of tin^IMMM district and In UM Aula user
Itusciibra wary i winch thai bMMMMd, In
theevenim.: tin y wen- eutertaim-d by the^Marquette I 'lub and at midnight left Inr^Kansas City.
NvwY'ohk, Oct. it.^The Times says^BMakMgoflhl freightcarfainine.it is Mg^niticaiit that within a fortnight or so the^Nu-kle Plate has received more than a^thousand car loads of Oliin grap^ s fur imints^wist nf tin- KiK'ky mountains. In M^tana these gr.qs s have almost driven tin^Caltforaia grapM from the market.
Itilnese LOMMryMM CMMtal I nine In^W AsiiiNoTon, Oi t. L'.i.^Si'cietary Hachcl^hr has decided that 1'lnncse laundry^in. n are hilsjn-rs within tin iiuauiug of th^ClnncHe restriction ait, and are tin red.r.
piubibitadfrom i.iiiiinn; in the l altad
tlies win tiler they have been lure la ton^or not.
MU'HAKI,HAVITT's AlllUJfXS.^he PataMj or Mm Timen aMteteAMMa
bythe rMMMM^bMMoa, Oct. ^^Michael Duvitt n sumed^s address U fore the I'arnell commission^-day. He referred to the action nf the^hica^o convention as disproving the assi-r-^^n that the Clun-uii-Oael is actively allied^tth the league. The authors of the articles^n ^Pnrnellisiu and Crime.^ printed in the^Loudon Times. In- said, willully invented^garbled quotations from the American^pera. He admitted the expression from^^me of the speakers nt Chicago were bitter^ainst Kugland. but tin- convention was^Id during the period when tin- league was^under tin bun of suppression, when a MM^I of prominent members of the Parnellite^paitp were iu prison, and whi n force had^rushed out a constitutional movement.^UaOM the siienkers were laboring^under a great excitement. The '^Pane ll-^ism mid Crime^ liar catechism ilis-^irted everything relating to the^MOrMMMjM of the Irish ill Auurica. He^instanced ii ii baseh ss In- the statement^that he met the chiefs of the American as-^--.nation jiai tv|whih- in be I nib d states,^id Concerted with them to form an Irish^federation, and that I'arnell assisted iu this^In inc. He. Davit! often repudiated the
policyof n vi-nge adwaatad by tha extrem-^ts in America. Davitt hI^o said many^rr-mi l Us n puts were current MOMatteg
thaClan-na-tiael. which organization was^it an assasinatinii Hociety, nor any Mora a^cret Hociefy than was the older of Kree
Masonsin til eat Kritain.
STM KM.^Niw i ork, Oct. ^i. Bar silver IMS.
ly-ad Hat; donnwtic. f:!.-'.^,.^KtiM-ks MMa wi re ai-tivi* in spnts, tint the^general list ^^^ quiet to .lull, and MMM
markid tie- dealings from lipeniug to the
lots'. Coal -tis-ks aud trusts were weak, and^anderbilts. I niuu i'acitic anil s|ss ialties were^tmnii. all will.in narrow limits. Kinal chaiiipsi^are irmifular. hut in mistt ^ a- - iu the directiun^f higher price*, (iiivernnients dull anil steady.^PaMMMM Md strung, lint after first salts*^Issame weak ami declined, hut tinally becama^triiiiger and dossil stemly. llpeitiug. 1117%;^highest. Ills; luwest. lor,',; rinsing. l^i V.^I iiiverniiH'iil IkiiuIs. 4^. 1VM; 4'^s. lu'i' t; North-
rnPanM, ;*ili: ptafrrrad. Mat ^r- gmi bo*^ptXMManL KhOnaoa Naviiratinn, IUU: Traui'-
aMMOMaJ.Mat IjuioB Pa, Be, MX,
Moneymi call, tight. ti^^ a. i lu-ed i bid.^Prime inereaatile pais-r. i'l'iTi^, Sterling
xi'liange.quiet, but weak: vixtlMMf hills, ^I.S11%;^demauu. |4.s.'il4.
tiik Mfjo nmoat
CMCMO,Oat M T:l!i p. m ChM Wheat^Stead); Oct.,7^ Dis'..7H',; May. MH-^Cart Hi in; Oet, U%\ Dae., si4.; May. M',.^Uats Nieaib; Out. l-S,; Dis-.. I^S; May, 21^.^i'nrk Sl.-a.lj. Oct. f 11.00: Jan., NlflH,^Ijvnl Steailj: tlet. W.V^: Jan.. gMHl May.
Inn v^mi. tlit.Cattle ltis-,-ipt^. w.r^W:
atrnngerfer rhnii e. nthers wi*aker: i-hnice u^ extra^^-s. p4Amj.Ul: steers. $;t.m^i 4.Vi^ utiN-kers^and hsslers. fl.vtutiit^j; Texas cattle $1.7i^^^Ml we-terri rangers. IlLflMgUQ,^Hogs BaaatMa, MJMb strung i^arl^: i-Uming^aakt nlxad, $3.VM^ 4.JU; heavy. J.t.^,ti 4.IJ',;^light. $:u^si tM.^Slas-p !,.-..i| i- Vt.lKKl; steail): uativss.
Loutj!^'^^^: westirus. $;t.:*m4.i:.; Iteaaa, tawa
Theuiiswi iving stand wl.ich the Leader^lias taken on the questions which nnvv troll^hie the politMal waters of Montana will n -^ccne Um MpBorl and amterMMaat Of every^eiti/.eii who has deeply at heart the BTM^vail..ii intact of our abolaauM sutlrag^laws.
Bhmu,Oet, Pi^In jHiintof style, bravit) aad literary
meritwe must KMOfd the supreinacj to
Mr.Baraard'i epistle over Umm of
Messrs Power anil Keligman, He is
-aimer, more ilispassionati' uinlev iilelitly^has hail more paMrlMM in trying politi^ctll situations than the defeated camli^date for governor or the young amateur
liainiiaii. Is-siih-s he has a steadier^nerve for hazardous undertaking!.^Theu, too, there iH a moral tone in the
Inqs rnr WlUiatB, nf ticriuany, is having^tWOMM crowns made for himself and the
upcaM lbs will aaigh thns- poaMte
havea large sapphire at the top and glisten^withtflgdiamonds. His wife's crown is to
MutateIjM mmh U ^md mmm laagi^paaita
InMiidagasca you can keep house, live^well and have three servants for about^s vi-nty ci tits a week. A hired girl would^be paralyzed with astninshineut if paid over^six cents |ier week, and the washerwoman^thinks she has got a soft snap at three cents^|s r day.
Whatcaused his cold Ki rguson^^You^seem I^ have a bad cold.^ Mi-t'usick^^Yes. (iot It in the theatre last night.'^^Did you have a sent near the ihsir^^ ^No^I sat next ton woman with a big diamond^ring on her linger, and iu RMf that every
Victoryfur the CMapaMMi^Nkw Y'oiik. Oct. P. dadgl Andrew-^the supreme court to-day handed down Ins^decision iii the injunction* obtained by the
ImMMlight oompuMM agateM Um city
iuwhich he sustains the t- mpomry injuiii-^ttoM with ci rtam moditic nioiis until th^case can be tried.
\ssistains i ratari ^ MrMa in.
WmMBNRM,th-t. News from W
It. Wharton, first assistant secretary nf
state,is not assuring. He has suffered a n
lagMMJdbM baM ntNIIIMllad M take again^to his bid. Much anxiety is felt us to th^result of Ins illness.
Wout ll. aler. r'all.^I'uiLAPia.ruiv, IK-t. ^.^.^. Ilu- tailuri^Hosluii ,V Krlien. w.sd dealers.i*ai n.'iinced^Liabilities over Iskal.illll. the shrmkiige^values and discriiiiiuntioii of banks again^^wool paper^ is givcu us the cause.
iIIP tOO ^ AITLK.
railI Ml Mil Oct. PJL Woel ill iiniimvnl^MMM at aMM MMMMM, and pMBM uu-^MMM
Boatoa,l*^'t. M Dealers aaMphte of the^uusatisfai'tnry coiiilitiiui of the trwle. hut an*^filigiil toaafl to nihiee tlieir stin-ks. In ti-rri-
icreli.-u, fss-ii snlne giHsl sizi-,1 sali-s nf fini- nt 6u.^fine medium at V.^ 'is, aiel mrslinin Ma '.*.. Texas^wool is quiet anil I 'alifnrnia dull and weak.
Howto Save anil Where :^i t'oinmencu^in the Question with Many Pisiple
'oBuyaraof Dry tiissls we Wouhisay,
iKiNot lie Humbugged by a Prom^iM-il Pule of Ten l-'eet ill un^Klevator, but (in Kijrht^Straight to
Thereis no sounder financial institu^^tion in the United States than the Jar^vistVinklin Mortgage Trust CVmipany, a^branch office of which has been^recently^established in Helena, for Montana and^Idaho. Loans in any sum from HHW up^can lie clotted at once. All that is neces^^sary to aecure a loan is security, and that^is required by any and avery banking^institution in the world. The terms of^Messrs. Jurvis A Conklin are as reason^utile ns can be secured from any source.^Their reputation for probity and fair^^ness iu all their dealings is well attested^bp the many who have done business^^v ith them in fifteen states and territo^^ries in which they operate extensively,^mid no complaint of unfairness having^MMM in during the years they have been^in business is pnsif positive of tlieir re^^liability.
localizingthat Montana and Idaho^pMOMted a good Held for a legitimate^loan business the oflice was established^here und is now in teni|sjrury quarters^with A. ,1. Steele, in the Itroadwater^building, on the corner of Main and^Sixth avenue, and w ill remove to more^commodious quarters as soon as they^can lie secured.
AB|HH.^ialty is made of MMM on I on.eh^ami Farm property. Owing to the vast^extent of their transactions Messrs. Jar-^vis A Conklin require agencies through^^out the territory in w hich they operate,^ami for that MMM w ish to secure agents^throughout Montana and Idaho, and to^that end eorresisjiidence is solicited^from responsible and reliable paNOM
Thecash capital of this company is^#1,.7I0,0W. with a large available fund^to draw from if ever found to be MMM^sary.
Solid,sulwtantial, reliable nnd trust^^worthy, the JarvisConkliu Mortgage^Trust Company is confident that it can^Biiccess-i'tilly comiiete with any similar^organization of the kind in the I'nited^Stutes. Correspondence is solicited, to^which prompt replies will be made.^[mm rates of interest. Ma) terms ami^satisfaction guaranteed in-all cases.
H.M. JARVIS and ( M
P.J. CONKLIN, (Mi^^''*,re
MONEYTO LOAN AT
10Per Cent.^For '^^ to .*^ Will's lime nil BcgJ
Bfttttcin tlif City ^^r^Helena,
NuCnnimiwiuns. Interest isiyahle nenii-auimally.
MtinkyPCM gOfLDOM raVOffftft
Whentitles are is-rfeet then- will lie nu delay iu
rinsingLoan.^Also muuey to lnau un iuipruved Karma and^Italichm ui Muntaua.
ll.Ii. PALM KM, OaM Blaafc.
Ii U, sWs-imd KliHir.
Whereyou can find the largest stock^iif Dry thssls exclusively of any house^in Montana, and can sarc fully |fi |mt^cent on everything you buy
KveryHepartiuent of our estabhsh-^MMJt is now teeming with Bargains.^We have many Novelties ami High Art^Kabrico, w hich are shown by us^I'.XCM'SIVKLV.
tur t'onstant Ann is to Kver Kxivl in^in (Quality. As to Price, we have but^one short statement to tuake:
Xt)QUI UNDEB8KLLI L'8!
lhisis a Positive tiuarantee with all^l hMM that go out from our house.
tineof the Many Bargains we are^t Mfering this week is u M inch Knglish^llroailcloth for
PetVnrd, in all the New and Most l^e^sirable Shades. These Woods are Sold^Klscwliere at tW i^*. We w ill be glad to^show you our goovls ami Compare Prices
FootLower in^Price Than Aaj of the
KOOMS11 AND UH,
DressClltli, All Wool -^Plaids and Striues. All Wool,^36-Incti Henrietta, ^
30Cts.^35 Cts.^25 Cts,
BillOf Fare For
BAKER^ CO.,^A PURE
(iLAss M LAGER,
W.J. I.I MI'S^ ( Kl.rillt\Tl.l) ST. I/HT8^I.Al.r.K I4h.l t! in Kagl in pun-liase,! at a cost^nt $: Pit llarn 1 Mora ilian any otdcr liv-teru^lt^T bnnulit in Helena. A^ the Heer i^^tiiiaraiiu-iil In tha Mniuifai,tiir',r lo contain^No IS-ti-ierii.iiH liikrnslieiiu. paiM BMM of^PURK Harlar, Mali Md CaoiM New ^ r,.j.^He|i^. ^^^^ H.lv i-.- ihoaa il,-^iriun a PDU^ULASSOK HI Kit f..all ..ii
WM.HIM.I Y. 1,,-rliaussr H1,^ W. K.^lne^ Sir.^'l
Nll'KHI.I Kin K. Ijow.-r Main Sir.-!,
JAlK HI.IIWIIH, llrnU:.-Sln*t.
UK..1. FOLU Mis. N. I^. Daaot, ami the
GREATLOUVRE SALOON,^MUM sTitm'.
BOESMANBROS. ^ CO..^Solo Agents.
THKSl'Kl M1.KT1M. OK I'llK STta K^^ liolil. r. ..f ii,,. H. l. na A I.iviruisloti Snielluu.^A HMMtioB to., rallwl f,,r Mnmlay.Ort. M, Itt*.^at 2M p. m.. t.-1.- li. l.l u ti^. ^Qi,v 0f the c^m-^l^iiy in Helena. Montana, fur the purl^** of^atoetllM a t^^nl of IrnstMa lor the lialaui-e uf the^^MM ^ear. ^v a,liniirn^l until \Vi-,lw^^lay. MoT^*. tsMi. to tie held at the -am,. |,la,v au.l hour,^there uot beum a maj..rit^ ,,f t|,e rtot-k repre-^MMmVt^. It- Al.l.KN. SkH-reUn.
Wte,Johnstone (6 Co.,
REALESTATE^oiler Great Bajgaini in
HELENAAVEM'E,^PARK AVENUE, und
WureliouB Lots adjacent to Itatlitwd
Ilenidene^ Lits in all purtfl of tli* Ci*jr.
AnuinU'r of Fine Residences.
Several(Vittuifes near Deis.it for mI^ na^Instullinent Plan.
TownLots and Mining Property M^Cooke City.
AniimU-rof Fine Ilanchea in FlaWieiMi
Valleyfor sale Very Cheap.
WHITE.JOHNSTONE A CO.,^rooms 5 a!^d c,nnoa miXWa.
\ol li I TO ^ ItKDITtMttl. Ki^TATK. OV
11ik. S. Marsliall. MSMMa. Notice ia
herebyiriveu by the iinihTsidtn-,1. ailtiiiiiiz-tratrii^of tlu' estate of Tlioniae S. Marshall. ileceaMsl, Xa^the rreitiiors of. anil all yaMMM bar in if ilaima^airainst the saiil ite.-eas^^l. to exhibit them with^!!..^ ni- .*ear\ vmiclier-. within fin.r lllolithi* after^the first iiublu-atiiin of this uotii-e, lo tlie naiil^atlniiini.tratrix. at tts- ^^ttire of A. I'. Hot kin, city^of Helena, count) of Lewis anil Clarke, Montana^territory .the same ln-init the place for the trana-^a,-iion of the I ii i-i iie^a of Mai^l estate, in the county^of Lewisanit t larke.
Date.)at Helena. M. T. ^^^^!..her iv. l-,sV.
HAHAIIK. MAUsHALL.^Administratrix of the e^tate of Thomaa S. Mar-
Kirstpublication, llct. au. IsmV.