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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER a, 1889.
THEWEST GRANITE DEAL
TheSale to the St. Louis Syndicate^Consummated and the^Deeds Filed
AnotherDividend Declared by tho^Cceur d Alene Mining^Com puny
Prataaltag^^^ win.tour- i. ..I ituiing.--
TheI liaiiiplitn i uin p.^n i - Nev%
luDeer t*u4gi c,,y WfiiiK-Hii.iv. lin n- araa
filedwith tin- rlrrk mill ri i urili r. .Ii-i-iIh mid^diKMiiiM'iitM conveying llii' Went (Jriuiite^MountHiii M ii ii ^ AfUAAftAMI to .luLii .1.^T.iuHHin. representintf the St. I.'iiiih iviiiIi^eate. Tin' pnlilie ih f it in i 11 in r wit li tin-^di-tailMof thiM ^!^-.-^ I wIih'Ii mmiptaotioaUy^onmrd nut lit the meeting n-cenlly held in
tbiHi-ity. Tha KMAAktth ^MMMUUAf wiH m-^di.uiiti iIIt Im- ^aaasamb' mid it ih pnbabto^Hi .1 tin- nrw company will hi KM Ik' inmiiiik^order* for active wnrk nil thr Kll7.iil.etli^where there ik kiniwn to have Ihm-ii iIinoiv^dri ll ii rich body of ore, Hiintliir tn the Hi-^M.tullic. OuqtMI^I Miiit ioH not Weill In^Imve any (error* for tin SI. I.oiiim nyndiriile.^thin time.
Amcctini; of the direct.^rn uf the l'mir^mini iiiiiiino company wiik held in Itntte^yceli rday, at which dividend No. it, of^three cents IK r Hhare, AjgpnaatiAA $l^jW0^vaa declared. This iiiakeM f.7i,^Mi paid Dp^by the C^-ur d Alcue Nilver-l^cnd Mining^mmmd uithin the pie,t lour moiitliN mid^the total dividend to date. The lend de^cihihIi of Secretary Windoiu wiik iIih.iihn.iI^and the ilirei-iorK eijircKhed much indigna^^tion at the riilinu VUNi they clmiued will^n-nil in a lieavy Iomh to tin-in. An effort^will lie inaile to |M the railroad cniii|iany^yivi- a more MHhUi rate.
TheI'oorinnii innie || ri |Hirted to lie look^inn cicccdilulv well, and it m Hinted they^have |^ in tr.itid the vein Irom their work^iuwh to the I'oniin in KttaAAiuA lode, Willi ii
ihequally aa rich hh thu I'm.mum. TKe^ItltliWainM ih |^rni'tic.illv uwti.il by tAAAMM^nu n w ho outKTol the roorniun.
Dr.\. M. Mitciii ii praaMauJ of ttea Ohm
|itonnillie. MBOttfl tliat the new liu-iil^-^Htiiuip mill will AW lOOpmliM by Decein-^Ih r ii I Ins null in limited in Dwer I....I:.-.^(^llv. A brunch of the I nioii I'.icitic will^he run from the null to li e mine. It ih^IK-Iicvcd that much HMM Will lie saved in^the matter of frciejil rAarglU i HI fuel.
It.If. W.illin-e, the well known whHlH^in. ii Iiiih been n|i|iointed Hiipi-rinlcn-^dent of the Ki d 1.1.iii mine .mil null. Mi.^Wallace ih one of the IichI p.. t.-il iiiiiiiiii.'^men in Montana.
TheButte 4 itoHion company of Unite.
whichia ow ned principally by men who an^largely intereHted ill (mOhMMI and llerla^milieu of Michigan are about to het'in^dcvi loiunc. the Silver I'oW num . which Iiiih^recently proved to he a valuable hmm^property. The Untie Miner nayx they in^^tend to dev.'lo|i the claim ill a manner that^will lie a credit to both the couipaliv and^the nulling iniltiHtiv of Unit. . Inoulerlo^do ho the company han found it neccHHury^to pun-linn, a larger IioIhI, the oin now in^UKi' not lien. adequate to the deinainlH^which will in future Ih- uuide uj-ni it. I lie^Dew holHt hllH lllready lieell ordered floin^Milwaukee, hut will not lie placed in^poHitioii at the mine tMitil Home time in^February, When it tain place, tin1 work ol^milking to A depth of 1,11(1 feet can uo on^without interruption on the score of nil^pro|K-r hoisting iiiachmerv.
HioMmiUna (eritral and N.irtln'ni Parili.-^railways liave aiaflOAtiaoad t Im Hum lay ei.-iu-i.ai^rata of one far.' fur the round trip.
tlriglit rroHpeelM For Mew i1....i ^.\l
s| 1 ' ' ii ^ M IftHOIlla's IlllOIII.
T.(}. Halheway, of MlHHoula. wiih in town^vcMtcrdiiy and ri isirtn that the Hitter Knot^inetropoliK ia enjoying a real -1 ,i^ Iuhhu.^Hi h nI h|K'Culat.uh are plentiful and nuik-^illK hit; deals in acreage and HUliurliau prop^erty. City property Iiiih advanced nearly^It*) per cent in the pant two months and^Home outside Iota are m-Hint! for +ii a f.sit^which could he had for $.1 a month aro.^The reason fur this in nliviniiH. MiauuAAl^next year is coini; to he the pain of action^for nil t ran-i ontnieiital railway in-iiviiv.^The outlook for a brisk season^of railroad huddiiiu 111 '^ ^' v^ lv Hatter.^ill1.:. The Mainiolia company ih BoU AeflO^(inline. Willi the Wnnill|rtirn A Idnho^road for their surveyed route, which^IH coinplctid to Milllan. Three pMI^tiea of engineers and Nrtrwyura^ill the employ of the Maiiltohast.iit. il a few^days iic.ii to continue the survey eaatwafd^from the ('o ur d' AlcticHto Missoula. The^Washington,1. Idaho is said to In-a contm^mil ion of Hi,. (|. |(. A' N. road and a through^trull ^ ir i i'i; ^ u ^l t 1H to he made with the^Manitoha and that line from Si. I 'mil to the^ooant. Thi re ih no doubt that the Mam^toho will eiteud from (treat Kails, via the^Cadot pans and the lllackf.Hit rm rtoMis^sou la. 'I'his ih the moHt feiiHihle route and^the distance from (ileal Kails to Missoula^will Ik'alsiut till miles or the hhiiic balance^from Helena to Missoula.
I'heKarkei A Nelhnrt hraucli will la- in^OMMlion bafof Januiuy 1, and the eitcn^^ ion from (ircat Kalis to the LMhbridM^in n. -. tappinn the Ball road, will Iih^Htarted inn year. Hi ts are Hlrcaily mil for^Ilea for this road and the lb-It Mountain^lirmich. The object m iienetratinn Letb-^bridge ih to s. cure coal where, it ih mud, a^tine held of the bituminous metal exists.
TheManitoba heople have men in the^tield aloUK tile pro|s.s^d l ltellSloll west of
MlHHoulawoUaa around fortmils r for n. s.
MMthe other branches to be built in^iw.m, ih the Itillm ;s a It. ii ton branch of the^Northern l'..citie. The hs'atinn MgiMMl^are within forty mil. Hot BUUagi and it ih^the intention of the company to c.uuplet '
theline of Hiirvi y to the Northern faoitta
bfore they eloM up their hiiiiiiiu i's work.
BnjnlttnaffMcNutt tad lilt tin*jinn put]
arrivedM the tram Tuesday cvcuiii:' anil^coiiiineiiced to purvey ^ new Inn to Cooke
CityThurs L.y ntomlnibaayathe KedDhJ ^^I'icket. Aa entirely new roote will tie I ben^in on tliiH rarvrey which will probably be
adopted.We f. . I alniost cilltllleill ihat^the road will be ext.tided (rotH I, ie to^Cook* City. We hive coal PBOOgb in lied^I.^.!. ^ to sun It all the ore in the w.uhl and^that is kmm thint; no town this side of Titls-^hnru can claim honi Htly.
TheIK'ople of H..,-^'!ii.. 11 tUt allMOUH to
havea local train finm Helena to enable
themto yhtil the oapital and return the^aaiiie day. Missoula and llutte have their^local train ami iih BoMMUI is within^easy rei.ch of Hflmi. the request^HeeiiiH reasonable and should Ih'^urnnii d. Tin ie is undoubtedly busiiiesH^sulllci.nl to warrant puttim; on a I.sail
traiuand it would make a L^i deal more
tratlicbetween these two |^oints mid briny,^them doner together in a business aenae.^The petiole of Helena ale just as .unions to^Hee the llo/. niiin l.s al ^ stablislu d as they^are thelns. Ives. Itad. ilv local could le t^Ik- had a tri-weeklv train mi^ht be ace. pi.i^ble.
The|M Mall service.^( ni.AiKi. Nov i Ih. iiranoeiiieiils for^the fast mail trams between ^ hicauo and^Han Pruuciaoo. oyer the ('hicuyo A North
western,Tnioii and Central I'aciliea, are^ju l coinpli t. d. There will Ik- two faat
trainsrutiinni.' solid Istweeu Dnmha mid^San Kraucisi o and Omaha and Poftluttd.^Kant hound traiiiH will inake tin remarkable^s]ie.-d of forty-four miles an hour: tlieweKt-^boiiml forty.
kasMkMi nkN I'm. in. ii. uiui
HomoN.Nov. I.- 'The I nioli I'uciftc of^^ficers here deny any knowledge oftheChi-^^WO re|^irt of a Irallic alliance la-twecn the^Alton mid hniiHiis 1'iiciflc branch of tin-^Cnioft I'acific.
\Lively Itou in llnr^ky - bllll| I.k^I
AilolpbKne^-tle wasarreHted last uiylit for^asaault with a deadly weapon. This is the^Kiime Adolph w ho about st^ weeks ilea, had^his head broktn with a brewer's candlestick^,.i tin-bauds of a brother brewer, who i-h-^oapod and who has not since Isen captured.^Adolph n c. nt lv ni'ov. led from his injuries^and resuiu. il his work in llorsky'H brew. rv.^'The foreiiian. Ch. s. Kramer was nut satis^tied with his work ami vest. rdiiy afternoon^discharged him. Adolph loitered around^the brewery until mUH and alsiut '.i^u'chK'k he tiled lo l'et instil. . He inaliak'ed^toL'et in and Krain. r rim after him. kiienth^s. cure.I p.ss. ssloii of a huye riHe. which^weighed about thirty-tue |hiuiiiIh, and quite^n ttiKHle i n~iu .1 in twii'ii the two MM for its^|KiHseHHion. A third iH^rmiu interfered, and^with Ins assistance Klamer bsik the rttle^from Adolph. who was kicked from the^pieinises. Complaint wiih made to the^nolhw. and (Itlicer Vhuuhhc nrresteil him.
lA.li.'and etiildren's rl.Mik'. Kl I'-- than is^*.i^at the I X. I.. Ilaraar.
THKKRUKRATIOJi 71 BHTIOM.
111.- I IIKlll. el^ iii ^e^^l..ll ul l^en\er W lllll
InaI p i'tielr Rualneaa.
DisVKK.Col., Nov. I. The locolliotlve^ellk'illli ik today ref ll-lll to lldojit tbearticles^of federation. Tin- plan pleat litcd to the^ooliventioli is undersbssj to he the same as^was present..! to the convent ion at Atlanta.^PbjuM the HUtfcaHtiiiii of Chief Ar'hur the^coiiMtitioii appointed a committee of five^with iiiHtriietiolis to prepare a new plan of^federation, which shall be presented to each^division ol the Unit In rhood for their ac^^cept nice or (ejection. Kvery bufjBadopt^^ing the new plan will be |m nuitted to form^a federation with any labor organization^1111 on d 111 the art n li .such federal MM to stand^OUlj until acted MMI by a new euniinit-^b e at the neit annual mis titi|! at I'lttsbtiro.^As Arthur will have the UDBMBtneat of this^coiiiuiiltee.lt is U'liev.-d hewilltind in. n^who are op|smeil to federal ion. and who will^do little lo hi inn aboUl its linal adoption.
Theconvent ion has yet to audit a few^chums on the joint chanty fund, make^sonic aiin'iulinents, insurance rules, nt'eiv.^the report of the committee mi constitution^and by law-, when u will Ih- r^-udy to ad^^journ.
nOIXIIAUO'HURE Vt KTOtM.^ii DeMyad awd 11.unir.1i. M l.-l.
Kl'iipll V^ ires II.iw 11.
IlKNtr.h.Not. I. The snowstorm which
baahan iMjtbal hat forty ^a4ahfi hours abated
to-day. 'The storm is the worst that has^Ihk'H ei|H-rienci-d in Ki-vernl years. All^trams are delayed and n I.-graphic com^muiiicalion to all eastei n points dealr..veil.^Three hundred iiiiIisi of telegraph lute east^of here is completely wrecked, while in^lh liver the duni.iL'c to fruit and allude trees^in considerable. Keporta from the south^say the storm has driven thousands of cat^tie and horses off their rank^- into the south^^Ml, and that hundreds of the weak ani^^mals pcriHhed in the blizzard.
Omaha,Nov. 1. ^A heavy miow haa been^I illui,' here since eiuiv nioriiini;. The^storm played bavua ^ llh the railways, tile^telajttUPB and overland trains ueiierally. A^fall of alsiut lil niches of snow is ri |s.rl..l^at the Tnioll I'acific lieiulq unit era from^Heveral towns in western Nebraska, while in^Wyoming n blizzard is ptevailiiiu' niid il Ih^feared trains vvill Is- blockaded. The tele^^graph wires on tie HurliiiKlnii are broken^at several ButaM east of Onialia. Tnuns on^the Klkhoin blanch were delayed more or^less ntrlM] to the lieavy fall of MUOU ill the^tetritoiv. It la reported that at Valeutiuc^the tliei iiioin. l. r i- rapidly falling and a^old wave is ptatuiliUlti
KIl.l.l'.H TMRII DyriCKM.
Vl.vi.an so tiller-. I on eil tali, the \i iu^.^VI .i,.- I^e-|.elal. \lt.iii|.l- to I -ffa|*e.
OBtat Mkxico, Nov. I. - A mTious muti^^ny occuriil anion.: m t scort on an iip-triun^from Vera Cruz Tuesday eveiling, A cor-^poral and foiu privates attaked the supt r-^lor otlicers, severely wounding a lieutenant^mid kllllllL! a Herofalit. The objis'l of the^^atiuis rs. w ho were forced recruits, sceins^to have been to slop the traiu and encape.^When the tram was alino-l due at Vant, pat,^the iiiutiueers clinihi d on the engine w ith^a view of forcing the engineer to halt. The^engineer and tiremeu acre heavily iirnuil.^mid seeitq. they would proh ibly fall, five of^the run: lead, is jumped from the tram.^One was run over and cut m two. and the^otIn r four were more or less injured. On^arriving af Vaatepec a AatiotiiiMMil of rural
L'uard-surroundedthe car and disannul^the NUAaiuiaa anitiBaan. Two were taken^to the City of Mexico. Probably tin- whole^p,irtv will be shot.
JUatJ ^ere Kllleil.
(it.AHoow.Nov. I, ^Ourhm 11 bjhjh wind^which prevailed lure to-day the table of h^building 111 course of erection on a Hit*'
adjoiningthe Terupieton aarwd factory, on
Williamsstu-et. KM blown down. The^falling debris crash il Uuuuch the nsif of^tlu'Wcaviitu' di partiiu-nt of tin- i .t|K't fac^^tory, where fifty violin 11 and girkt are em-
ployadiand all win- buried bauaath the
1111hers. Il la probable that forty inmates^of the UaailMll rtsuu wen killed.
CompanyC, Montana national idiard |UTC^a urand ball hint niuht at Kncs ire hail which^waa largely attended by the local militia^men ;i. uniform. 'There were fully one^hundred couples m -. nt and a most enjov^able time waa had. Vender's orchestra fur^nished the niti-n .
Tbefollow,:io raal e.-t ,te transfers were
filedfor record yesterday with County CI, i'a
HustonT. R^*ler and *jaall^ B^ Bawbir to^VflUbwn W. Header, lot J.lhl,s-k I Ueleaa
T. V. ruikW to Jiwpllbis tt TtttM, the^Clara lisle.... |
All.in ion bdirM-t.'d to Hie iioti.s. in another^coluaai for the n*e. [iiiuii ..f lints for excavation^and fun in Ut 11 hi of tat new PNaiaj terian chiir.li.
laAnnther tula am^S.e louvra bill of fare for to-day.
.MiHM.Ws HCHOOL PLASH^Tin* laalflaai i aaaaalaaaaaaa I'rnpo-. -1.. Blva
HieI.Iitle MJaah a sliou.
WvsiiivoroN.Nov. 1.^OamaiaaiouM of
Indi,in|Aff.urHMorgan haa an elaborate^HVKteiii of education dcKigned to r- ai-h all^Indian youth of a school age now ludaff the^control of tin- Indian bureau. It 1- prac^^tically the American public hcIhhiI system,^panHariy adapted hi the education of In-^dnuis. It ih to Ik- non-|Nirtianii and 11011-^Hectarian and the industrial featuteia to^n ceive sj^ e.al promiiienoe. 'The ^outing^-v-tein.'^ by which pupils are placed in a^white family an.I attend public schools ia to^be encouraged wherever practicable. It ia^proposed to d^ vt lop a full high -ehool^coiirae in nt hast thus- Indian ^ . ^^^Is,^Caili-le, Haskell and Cheyenne, and in^oth.-rs as fast as needed. 'Hum high^sclnnils are to t .ki rank in equijiuicut and^character of woik with -miliar UMtitatioM^for white ptsiplt . The Hellenic Colltelliplatl-h^the organization ot |a-rhapH tweuty-tive^^raWMUl school- mid lifty primary or home^schiH.ls and enough day or camp sclnsdn to^reach all who cannot he hrouglit int.. the^bunding sch.sils. CoiigrenH will Is asked^to make s auAok nt appropriation to enable^the Indian uaaM at an early day to bring^every Indian youth of a hcIukiI age that can^l^' leached under proper 111st nu t ion.
IaIks.'.Ires* kisnIs. cashinereK, ttannt'ls and^hron.li 1.alis m Us.- - 1 1,ml at the I. X. b.
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TalkiiiKfor the Times.
Ikimkin,Nov. I. Sir Henry JnineH con^^tinued to H|sak for the Times to-day. He
endeavoredto hIiow that Davitt 1^. . 1
inAmerica and elHewhere with p. '-on- en^^gaged in treasonable practices, si-eking to^separate Ireland from (ircnt Hritiuu. He^charged the leaders of the nationalists with^trying to keep affairs in In-hind hh Ml uu^^Hettled condition.
Theliev. Dr. Sibertus Van llokkelen, a
Wellknown clergyman of the Kpimopal
churchat Hutlalo. N. Y^ wiik found dead
inhid prut i'rday. Heart disease is the^sllppis. d cause.
itoMuvaaaa icioters at Maltleaorwi^Ham mom, Nov. 1. - The brq's Alice and^Koiii uua with the Navassa rioter- -.a board^Ulived here this morning.
I'll-vention Keller 'Chun Cure.
Ifthe germs of typhoid fever are 111 the^water supply of the city, we advise every^^body to use water for washing purposes^only. Drink a glass of pure wine or St.^bourn Is . r with your meals; it promotes^digestion, mid is ,1 sure pn v. ntive against^any contiigioiiH disease. We Hell our wme^at wnb r rates. Just think of it, a bottle of^pure, wholesome clan t or white wine for^10 Cellta.Hoismvnn Ih.-is .' Co.
Coimr ( lore ami Kdward htlei tH. Tele^^phone No. 241.
Trya dinner at the Criterion Cafe. . North^Maui street.
IIKbKNA IN 11 1
(i.W. .lacksoii. music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 11' to ^^^ at the Hon Ton.
.fames\V. Hark, r, 1111 reliant tailor. Mam^street, opposite Kirst National hank.
(int ast via the Montana Central ami^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St. I'aul ami the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11:115^a. m.
Helenal.o.lg. No. ,1, A. I A \. VI
AI leuakif noannaahtatbiu al the ahava^m^^^ muhmi kahje will take olacc at Maanabi^J^^K Ihaipki. Darner ^f Rroauwai and Jaekaoa
stns'ts, on first and third Katnnlav ae^niiars at 7 o'.-hs k, MfUMMtfa .-.re nsiuest.si to Is*^|.roiii|.t in Kiteii.ianct-. Hojouriiing bretnern are^cordialb inviteiL \\M. I^. HHITH, \N M^(iKXI. IHMlkKH. SiK'n-tarj.
ONE/ Knl Clini's,-i l
LOT\Snmll Si/.ss. ^^
INK i Knl Uloaug, ^^('^LOT \Worth HJOL f^.r i ^
TabiaUmm nt BxluoAd Priauu,^OUldfMii w.h.i HoHe.iffa Up.
LllilioHWts.l Hose, Keg iilur Mllile, i'sv^Xmericnii BouhN| Ch.'h Kiih^ Wisil
Sn.censor., tu I). Witt A Aruolik)
OOK.M ain \nii BBIDGI ^ i s.
PVmdelivery to nil parts of flic City.^Will haan oooatAAtly oa hAnd hII kinu^^of Fre-aii iitul Salied Meats. Poultry,^^ IaaM mid 1'isli.
(VWMMriyU%4 l^ Hntel.l
OhhthfAtadVaI Bahhl Heer
FineCigars an,| Ki.pmrs nlwavs on hnnil.^(ilVK I'S A CALL.
PMinerlv M. ttelnli;'s.
Bread,Pies and Cakes
Toany i art of the city on short notice. No. 106^Mr-do- strset. one d.s.r i.Uiva M. Iteinia'^.^Hrwacti Store at Cor. Mixtti tiMiu and Park
TheHeHl opportunity ever Offered in Helena, to Purchnne a Fine, Well Huilt. Warm,
WithinTen Minutes Wnlk of Main Street, only ^1,000.
$100Cash, and $40 Per Month Until Paid For.
ASnmll Family could live on lower HiKir Bnd rent the upper floor. The house^ia ho built that piirtiea liv ing on upper lliKir would have separate front and rear^entrances, ami separate sheds hiiiI outhouses. The offer open for TEN DAYS^ONLY. Knutiire of
IvVkjiii7, First National Hank liuildinj;.
WeCan Fit Any Foot in Helena!
Wehandle and keep in stin k More Fine JohsIh than any^house West of C'liiciu;o. Our (okhIs
-ZLre-ZLll lv^ad_e to Ord.er,
liythe Liirt'est anil Best Factories in America. It will^pav you to s|iend an hour or so exainini; our Inuuenae^stock ami gt't New ami I^ate Style (ommIs.
J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO.
XevIto First National linnk, Helena.
ScjiIand Seal IMnsli Sac^|ii(^s,^Parisian (oats.
Jacketsand Children's Cloaks.
Weinvite the ATTENTION of Those in Search^of BUB iANT ami OOMFORTABLI WINTER^CLOAKS to Our Display of LATEST NOVEL^TIKS. not shown in the Lark part of the Season
Iinn OlaaiAC out the stiK-k of the I. X. L. I5A/AII at tiejures much
Aliare t^ti|k^rtunity is Now Offered to purchase Dry (iissls, Kuli^htf fTnthwuf. Quuta' Piimluhlm Oooda; Baota, Bmaa, etc, at If
uresnever liefore offered in Helena. Improve thluUoldM (lp|sir^tuuitv Don't forcjet the old Ktatnl on
\v- Carry ;i t Complete l tine ^^i
TheyExcel Any Shoe m the Market for Style and Durability.
Alsothe l^irtrest Line of OuaU' Slim's in the City, includini; Hannn * Son ami^Lilly, Brackett ami Co.'s makes.
RALEIGH8l CLARKE, ^'^'^ ^'^--.AaH
Preferred Stock. I
W. .1. I.I'.MIN' ( I I.KHUVIT.I) ST. UM1S^' v111 Ii IIKK.lt in Kejp. i- | .i. i,.,^,| at b i-imt^..f f'.' fm llsrn-1 Mere tlinn any oilier Kit-tern
IUstbraaaal i^. nnUwi A- the Baai is
Qoanuit.'e.lIi) thi. Msniifiu-turer In contain^No Deleterious liurndieiit.. U-irur iii.ul.- of^I'l UK Aarlnr, Halt una i iaMaiMra ('roe^Hops, we s.lvise it,,,-,. ili^iriiiK a PI |;|;^lil.ASS UK UKI.lt loeail on^WM. IIIM.I- K. i.^^rl. i'i-.-r ttl.s k. llislney Str.-et^Ml K III.I ll'M K. I,.w, r Main Street,^JAi'K HUtWIlll. Ilrelip. street^Hit. J. KOI.l.KMt s. N p. Depot, anil Ika
BOESMANBROS. Si CO.,^Solo Agonts.
M 'NTA N A
MlwOAgi I naMtnli lustitiiir
Theonly First Class Husineas School^between St. Paul ami Portland. Nitfl t^eX'hool Octolier U^ April. lv^^ail ^Bonn:^of Inference^ in Colloge Keporter^Wiite for ternin.
HAHN^ WALTERS,^Gold Block, Helena, Mont.
p..i.conk un, re
OVERBACH, GORY ^ CO.
Ttas.Crahan 4 Co.
CornerMain Si n et anil Sixth Avenue.
A S mo -I of Thnrough ^Practical Bu.lnc.t
II.H.Vk.s|.in^. Aritlmieti., I'enmanahip. Hank^inc. tin.in.ki..I l.'irnl I nrm^. Tpl^^ra|ili^. I'ur^tptinnrlrmu. N|^-IUiik UM all tin- JjjrflW.
ParuraHMMMAunvkii Hy Mmii.
AFull i ..rp. ..f Kjperi.'iioeil Tmu'Ii'iv l)^v^an I K^. ^.;^^; AUuiMBi Fur I'artii-uiar* ltea^l
bum.^~ 1 auaaarr,^ i^r .\.i.ir^
H.T. KMil.KIIOKN. A. M..
I'rin.u^l an.l Proprietor.
C.B. LEBKICHER^3d Floor Heratd Building,
BooksNeatly Ruled ami Printed, fnl^anil See what we onn do.