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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20 1889.
LOVERSOF A PRINCESS,
ACalifornian s Story of the Fate of^Two Suitors of the Hunting^^ton Heiress
Howthe Bride of a Hatzfeldt In^^directly Caused the Death of^Two Men.
A R^-kl. Kllrl Who Mwl^ I n^ in in ot^Two Furmrr Frien.la A Trrrlbl*^Tragedy.
'^1 know of two griff-stricken mothers,'^Mid ^ CHlifornia gentleman the other night^at the Grand 1'aoific, Chicago, ^whose t^ent^forms and gray hair would command res^^pect everywhere, aside from the deep Bor^^row which each carries in her breast. I^think on the day that Clara I'icree Hunt^^ington became the Princess Hatzfeldt both^khese mothers retired to their rooms and^went anew in their grief which has never^yet been assuaged.
TheCalifornian was an intelligent man,^end one with a great memory. Several peo-^plewlio were in his (tarty gathered closer,^and one of them said: ^Of course, one of^your widows is Mrs. Pierce, the girl's^^other, is it not't
'0no,'^ Hi J the man with the memory.^^We all know about poor Mrs. Pierce, My^kwo widows were never before the pnWic^eye, and their two MM have long been for-^otten except by those who know theiu well.^_j you like, continued the Californian, I'll^tell you a little story.
Aiidwhen Colonel Harvey had answered^the call In II. the Californian began his^little Mury. ^In 1*77 or '7k, he said, ^I've^forgotten which, but it was on the occasion^of Mil-s Pierce-Huntington's visit to Cali^^fornia w ith her wealthy uncle, and the very^time, too, when she showed o|h ii disrespect^and 1111ti 1 lit 1 conduct to the poor woman^who brought her into the world, she had^many MMM1 The Huntington family^had splendid quarters at the Palace. The^young holy wast Inn about eighteen; every^^body knew she would get H tremen^^dous slice of the Huntington millions,^and the voting bloods about Ban Kriuioisoo^Were more than climbing the Palace eleva^^tors every night, and at all hours of the^day. 1 could name a good many who are^now married who liesiegcd the somewhat^frisky young woman^such us the PaltaMa.^the Haggiu boys, und even Col. Fred^Crocker, the present millionaire, was among^tin in At that I iiue Miss I'lata was known^to be n tremendous flirt and a good deal^given to trifling, and was also thought by^her elders to be just a trifle too lively for^perfect manners in society.
Therewere two young fellows named^Daly and Hanks, who were her especial^game. Both were marvels of manly vigor,^and neither was yet 'J'^. They were tall,^splendidly proportioned, both of good hab^^its, in good positions, and general favoritea^in socie ty. One, Daly, had prospects of^wealth, but Hanks was poor in all but^friends and his own industry and ability^He was the handsomer of the two. and Miss^Huntington favored him most^that is, she^uliiyed with him the hardest. She accepted^Daly's sttnitions, however, and for an out^^sider it was hard to distinguish which was^the real favorite. It was believed that in^her spirit of wildness she allowed herself to^become engaged to both, without the slight-^eat intent to marry either.
Theyoung men. from former friends,^became enemies of course. The girl saw^this and fed their mutual jealousy with all^the art of a reckless flirt bent on 'fun.' On,^morning Dm two met at the loot of of the^hotel elevator. Daly was coming out of Dm^elevator, Hanks was about to go up. In^coining out the 'OSflv1 llalv either ureiiii nt^ally or ^b si^nedlv jostled Hanks. The lat^^ter tired up and applied some epithet. Daly^hauled oil and hit Hanks, knocking him^down. A crowd gathered, of omrse, and an^end wag put to the disturbance for the time,^White with rage, and with the mark^of Daly's fist u|^on his lip, Hunks^rushed to his room, gras|ied a huge^revolver and tore down the staircase.^Hy that time Daly had left the lintel^and was walking north on Montgomery^street toward the bank in which he was em^ilnyed. Hanks overtook and rushed upon^iui like a mad bull. He struck him on tli^ahoulder with his cane, and the instant^Daly turned, pulled Ins pistol and tired^twice in quick succession, i'tsir Daly fell^to the sidewalk with two bullets in his^heart, and died in two minutes in a [tool of^blood. I he ^tr. i ts were crowded; instantly^there was a rush, and the assassin was ho^quickly hemmed in that he could not escii|^e^11 he would. He was at once hustled oil^with no gentle force to the city prison.^Everywhere the crime was denounced as a^foul murder, and nothing but a deteriiiini d^effort on the ]uirt of the authorities prevent^^ed a lynching. The lieusp i\H is h.ul exl i as^oil the streets in half an hour counseling^moderation, mid before night the tiist^excitement hail worn off.
Thatnight, however, young Hanks saved^the state any tuith'-r trouble. He had been^visited in his cell during the afternoon by^bis relat.v.'s, who knew what the populn'r^sentioielit was. It is believed they gave^him the only advice they could give, which,^from a Ciililoriiiu stundpnnt, might, if^ailed upon, save in a degree the family^name. It is further believed that they^In,hid the jail officials to aid the young^man. At any rate about It o'clock that^night Hanks was let out in the corridor of^the jail for a solitary walk. In one coiner^of the corridor was a stack of loaded mus^^kets for use by the jail officials in case of^emergency. Hanks was h ft alone. 11,^quietly walked to the muskets, took otn^from its rack, curried it to his cell, lay^down upon his cot, put the ninz/le to In^temple, touched the trigger with his to.^and in less than a second his brains wer^splashed against the cold steel vt all of his
Itwas a t. rrible tragedy.^ continued the^narrator, ^and tilled San Francisco with a^nine days'wonder. So died within twelve^dnys two of the city'smost promising young^men^and all because of the folly of^thoughtless and unscrupulous young^woman. In the excitement of the real trag^^edy. [te..ple did not inquire eloHely into the^real cause of it^besides every (tower was^used so hush it up. liut it eventually came^out in society. Miss lluntiugton was hus^^tled ofl to New York and the matter died^out.
Themothers of these young men.^ con^tinm d the California man. as he sit^fit^^the table, ^are the two sorrowing widows^who, MCMM, while not wishing the Prin^Cess Hatzfeldt liny harm, w. re yet upon In r^Wedding day more likely to be found in^their rooms in tears and prayers than re^^joicing over her nuptiuls.^-^C'hicago Her^sld.
Woman'sDiscovery.^^Another wonderful discovery has been^mnde, and that, too, bv a lady in this^Oounty. Disease fastened its clutches Uisiti^her and for sevi n years she withstood its^seven at tests, but her vital organs were un-^dernnlo d and death seemed llnn.iili lit. l or^three months she coughed iiicessnntlv and^Could not sleep. She Ismght of us a hot lie^of Dr. King's New Discovery for Cou.iii.up^tion and was ho much relieved on taking^the first dose that she slept all night and^With one liottls has been miraculously^cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther ljaiz.^^Thus writes W, C. Hauirick A Co. of Shelby,^N. C. Get a fr^* trial bottle at U. S. Hale^^ Co. a drug Htore.
Aspecial from Birmingham, Ala., gives^the details of the killing of a desperado in^Marshall county, presumed to be the noted^robber, Hube Burrows. When the outlaw^fell mortally wounded, he said, ^You think^I am Kuhe Burrows, but you are mistaken:^my name is Smith.^ The dead desperado^wore a shirt of mail.
Allclaims not consistent with the hip,h^^harsoter of Syrup of Figs are purposely^avoided by the California Fig Syrnp oom-^pany. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver^and bowels, cleansing the system effectually,^but it is not a cure-all and makes no pre^^tensions that every bottle will not sub^^stantiate.
i ^s ^^The use of calomel for derangements of^the liver has ruined many a Hue constitu^^tion. Thoae who, for similar troubles, have^tried Ayer's Pills testify to their efficiency^in thoroughly remedying the malady, with-^nt injury to the system.
Forchapped hands, roughness of the^skin, pimples or blotches of any kind on^the face or other parts of the body, sppW^Dutard's Specific. It works like magic anil^is warranted by druggists. Sold by It. S.^Hale .V Co., wholesale and retail druggists.^Helena.
Isthe reason people will not, cannot,or do^not see any difference in cheap nostrums^put up by Cheap John houses or irresponsi^^ble parties at enormous profits, rather than^take a medicine of world-wide reputation^and one that is giving universal satisfaction^Ht equal price^ No medicine in the world^is giving such uii|^aralleled satisfaction for^purifying the IiIimhI as lleggs' Blood Puri^^fier and lllood Maker, and every bottle that^does not do its work will cost you nothing.^For sale by all druggists, B, 8. Hale 4 Co.,^wholesale and retail agents.
LOOKOUT I WATCH!
Forthe Greatest Bargains in the Line of
Sand LADIES' WEA
$18,000Worth of Goods Bought at Spokane Falls at the low rate of
371-2(ON THE DOLLAR.
TheseGoods MUST BE CLOSED OUT within the next 60 Days.^These Goods will be on Sale in about Eight Days. You will see Bar^^gains that will Astonish you. Call and examine and be convinced.
THOMPSON BLOCK,A/T T fQQVTl^P
OppositeGrand Central hotel.1V1. l^lOOl^LLIv
Jombineithe juice of the Blue Figs of^California, so laxative and nutritious.^*ith the medicinal virtues of plant*^mown to be most beneficial to the^.luman system, forming the ONLY PER^^FECT REMEDY to act gently yet^promptly on the
KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleans^.r System Effectually,
HEALTHand STRENGTH^Naturtlly follow. Every one is using it^and all sre delighted with it. Ask youi^druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu^^factured only by the
CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO,
iten a i noth hat
VOTICKTO CKKMTOKH. \S THE 1 'is^^1* trict Court of thn Kirnt .Tu.licia) DiMrict,^Comity of IjPwiHKiid ( lurk*1, St..- ^^t Montana.
Inthn matter of the owt^t^^ of ( atlrfTiiit* Kom-k^dtM'Ma*' ^1.
Noticeia hwby (riven by the nndtTvifaiod, aH-^minMlAtorn of th*^ w-tnt** of Cntliorino K click,^(loroaHotl, to the rrwlitor* of and all |m^rM^n* hav^^ UK claim* atrainM the said d^m***aw^d. to hi hi bit^them, with tiif* nt^ft'w^arv vourliert*. within ton^month* afltT the firwt inifilirntioti of tlii- initio*^to the said adminiHtrator*. at the otKre of Isooh A^Hro.. No. :'.*^ Main Mrwt. at H^*Ir^na. Montana, the^MM Ml tfi |ilave for the transaction of the^btiNinoKe of Kaiil estate, iu MM ^ ^ounty ^^f Lewi^ami ('larke.
JACOHI/)KH.^I/HIH KTA1H.KH.^A^lmitii^trator* of the Km ale of Catherine Keiick,
D.it.nlat Helena. Mont., Nov. 12. MB
VOTICKOF DISSOLCTION OK PAUTNKIt-^^ ehip.- Not ii-f i- hereby mHm that the ro-^Itartiierxhip hen'tofore exihtinv betwes'ii the an^iler^ifrned under the nrm immeof Dixon A U. A.^M^ Kinney, at KUi^ton. Mont.. it^ thi* day (iih-^HHfM by mutual MMBMti Mr. .lamet* Dixon n^-^tirinic. (i. A. M^ Kinney will j.m all outftamlintf^liabititif^ of the firm and i* MuMffMnd to roll*^and receipt for all arrount* due *^ni.| firm.
(i.A. M^ K1NM Y^Dated EUlttOQ, Mont., Nov. D.
nirtHOUTION ( F 0O-PARTNER8HI1^1' The (inn of Man-. mmm A Tarker. dointt^Mmm at the Warren MlMl Meat Market,^thia ilay dir-aftlveil h) nnitua) ooOMMts Frank^Maret, acumen all the liahilitieH of t-aid firtn and^all money due wtid firm muM be iiaid t4^ him^only.
lit \ NK MAItKS.^OHCAK W*HKKWK^AU/.A PAKKKU.^Ib-lena. Mont.. Not. ]^, I^hm,
VOTICKTO CREDITORS. FHTATK OK^11 iMaMMM K. Marshall. ^!.. -^^|. Notion it^hereby jriveu by the uinlei^i(-nei|. aJminiKtratrix^of the estate of Tlioman H. Mar^hall. deeeawNl. t
thei rmlitorf* of and all \-t-^ iiavintf claimf^atfainM the Miii) deeeaw^t!. to exhibit theni wit),^the nerettNarv vouchera, within four niontlia after^the firat imbliration of thin notice, to tlm naid
adminiMratrix.at theoffiif .V. C. It-.tkin. city
ofHelena, count) of |^ewin and Clarke, Montana^territory, the *-anie \n-\uu the place for tht* train*^aetlon of the btihiiiea,Hnf haid estate, in the rount)^of l^winand ( larke.
Dmnat Helena, M. T. October H^. IHMt.
HACMI1.. M \KNHAMj.^Administratrix of the estate of Thoniaa fci. Mar
DANIELHAKLEY ^ CO.,
Oranges,Lemons and Apples
DriedFruits and Nuts, Cigars and Tobaccos,
HPECIALTIKSCrcMienf Creamery Batter^r-ICK**. t h.*^ ^*-, \ i-i;.'lal^lri^ hii^I Munlitnit^I'Mf-klng Mii.i-t i'riMliH'lM.
Landand Mining Atty.
BotmTwmBncfiaMi in thp Oaa
erulLmm Oilier ut WitHliinKton, D. c.
ROOM8, ATLAS BUILDING.^Main Strr.t. . .Helena. Montana,
CONIK^NKI^^KAll.WAV TIMK TAII1.K
MoiltMIlM_I , 111 r 11
8t.1'anI. Allanlir pi.. St.Tatil anil wt. it x. a. m
Muntaua.I'ai ifn' ex.. Htitli' anil Miuth4:1m i. m
lli-U.uaami llutt...-^. Hutte and nontli.Ml a. m
Maryhvillt*px4:10 p. m
Mar}ville ex..;7;K) a. m
St.Panl, Atlantic fi..llnt!rin(l wmth ll ^a.m^Mniitaiui. Paciae ,'^..St. Paul anil ^a*t M| p, m^Helens anil Hutte ex., llultti anil Miuth. ^^^ ^^ p. ni
Mar)villeex..HMO a. ni
Uar^ville ex.8:40 p. ni
Untie.Mihtmulaand Helena ex
MBualaooocn., Hon.. Wsd, ami hi
Wickeranil limililer itaw^nKer
Helena.Miwoula anil Hntte^ex .
Marynville|..i- ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^
ItiniiniataHiM . Meal wso. anil Kii
Wirkeaanil Bouosf naM^uxer
2:Wp.m^. 7:20 p. m
.H:40a.m^'. hi p. m^. 10:(A a. ni^. MB^ m
. l:Kt p. in^. 7:4* a. m^kM ti. in
l'.jliii^1 - p. Dl
*1ri i(i v m
1'nlon I m H
Forall point* eaat, minth and t
Montanat'eutral anil Untte
ViaNorthern Paciri^\anil (iarriaon
Kromall point*^ ea*t. Honth|aml west.
Tiallntte anil Montana t entral1I:S a. m
Vistiarrifwm anil Nortliern Paciric... 12:20 p. m
TheI^inin}r Car Rroute
ToAll lafttn Cities!
andAll Points East.
THEONLY THROUGH CAB BO! ] I
LowlliitoH, Quirk Time, Pullman l'ul^act) SliH'pintf Cars.
HOWCAN THE LONG^BE THE SHORT
ve^ r j^lotik' orio^aii'l j'M |)A^mm h11ori^^ent U*t wi^o^BVMi Miiiitj*.^1 Ot 11. -'. i.i1 * ^^tli^ Si. Tatil^^ai
Maniloliaw a ^ It a a over^X 0 0 0 m i 1 e r of^road; m a (I I f-
i| c u t 1 y ^^ i i i^ -1^a ml m a n a u 9m .^itia un^ of l he^Kroat4wt railway
tout**of thia country:^for th*^ Haiti** n^a^ortH it^ia tlio tWTMWa favor^^ite to all oointP in Minnta-^not a. North ami Ninth^Dakota an^l Montana.^It i- tiic only Inn- to tinat^Kalln, thn ftiturr* manufact^^tnritiK VMjtaT of thp Ntirthwr^t;^to the fort fn-' IhimIh of tin- Milk^ItiviT Valli*^; anil OUII BMflietol^tltrw rontftt to tho (^^!^'. Htill it^iatho nhort^*Ht lino b^*twoi*n St. Paul,^MinnfatfiliH, Karno, Winnijioa*, CriNilta-^ton. Mi- rt,' ^ a^w-o)tou. tilymlon.^tiraftoii, mM Kalln, Wahpotou. iH'filV^Lake ami i. ^^^ 1 ity. It in the U*^t^roiiio u) Ala-kH. China ami Japan: and the^journey to the \'h* ihc ( ohm, Vancouver. Tar^BOMMss S^iittlf, I'ortlaiicl ami Han Kranciwo^will In* renH-rnUT^I a- the dfliifht of a^lifetime, utire nibiU through tht* wou-^derful acenerv of tlu* Manltolav^Pacific I;..!.^.-. To ^ ^ and hunt;^to viflw the m a | u i ti M ^ 11 of^nature; to revive the noirit ; re^^store the body irealize tha^droam *^f (),^^ hotn^*-w**ker, the^*^^^^^! ^^^^r, the toiler, or the^caiiitalint. vinit tli^* country^nwheil by the St. Paul.^Miniioattolia A Mani-^tulu liailway. Write
to Y. I. WUITKVT,
P.a T. a., ht. Paul,^M inn., for ma|ia,^n iMikc and trni^l^H.^If MM want a froe^farm in a lo^e-^ly laud, write^for the^(Jreat^HewrvatiMh.^^iUvul it ami^MMN vn to^af'cept^t h ^^MMP^dfjt
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
nNorth Main Street
A.E. VEAZ1E. Passenger Agent.
AI.I WIS. ft A.. Hutts. Mont.
HutOne I 'haiure ^^f ^ ara from
HELENA^ BUTTE TO CHICAGO
TheC A N. W. Alao Makea Direct I'nion ]^pot^eoanertiona at Denver with
U.P. AND D. ^ R. G. TRAINS,
VestibuledDining Car Trains
toI'II tt Alit^ willi.ml Clianxo.
Man H.iiirM Ha^i^l. ami the only Una ATniiiinji^kTronlihwinie ami |^,nK DeUyii at
Denverand Council Bluffs.
ItIb n^-^wniw^l hy Kverjlioly aa the ^HHtHlT^LINK^ from the Wert an.l North^.*t
AND ALL POINTS EAST!
KnrthiTinformation ftirnirtieil hy t'nioii^l'a-^ritir Tiekat A^i.|it^^t lleh ni, m^l Hutte.^Kltl.ll i.hkvvk. (i. T. A.. Halt l.,k. City, Utah.^.1. M. H in i m\v lien, ml Miiniurer.^W. II. Nbwmak, Trailie ManaK^T.^K V. Wll.Ko^, tieu'l 1'w-wiiKi r Airl. Chicago.
AHirtory of Our* Hero.*. ^ inr ^Ktataamen. Our^Scholart., Out Men of Note in Kver^ Kielil.
tThoOnly National Standard.
Api'letou'n( ^(TopB^lia^of American Hiofrra-^|^h^^ contain* a MioMrnoliiral fket^ h of every
a*4^ tut Hiiiui f fi ruie. ^^
It,e,o,.|.tri.- ..t Noril, ami South Auierirs. It U^i a complete history nf the N^*w Worlii in evory^I brancn of human achH'v.'iij'-ut.
Minneapolis4 St, Louis Railway,
PuoqsAlbert lea Route.
TwoTHROUGH TRAINS Daily
KIMIMHT. PaOsMi MI.NNKAI'OLIH
T ) ^ 'I IK 'A^ U )
Without^ lian^e, conno, lin* with the Kaet train*^of All Lino* for the
tWKASTANO SOI TAKAS'I'jSJ
'HieDtossl ami Only l.me running TbmaKh^t ^ra hot ween
Minneapolisand Des Moines, Iowa.
ViaAlhert l^ a ami Fort DihIkk.
SolidThrough Trains Between
afinheapoliiiV St. Louis.
anilthe |.rim-i|*l ( itiiw of the 'Miaaiaai|,;ii. ami^^-..miii I inK in I ^iii.ni la-|^it^ for all pxinta^South ami SouthwwU
ManyksM aavi.l. an.l the I IM.Y |,|N|.; runnins^two train* Daily to
KA.NHAHt'lTY, LKAVKNWOKTH. ATf'IIIHON,^makinv cnm^'tluna wlth'the Union 1'a. ilio^ami Atrhlsuo, Toooka A Santa fs railwaya.^t'h^* ronnxiioiiH ma/le in I in.hi |.,.,.,.i^with all traina of the St. I'aul. ^,^ ......
amiManitoU, Northern Tai itii-. St. I'aul A^Duluih Itailwaya. from u^l t^
allnori aoaw anu nohthwimt.
nietraiiwof the Miuni^|M^liH a
I.KMKUHKK! Ht. Ix.iiik Hallway are i'oiii|mw^^1
ofI o'nfortahle Hay i ^
agilWasatPnllman HI ^ r^r^, Horton lt^-
clinin I liair 1 am, ami ouryurtly ( elehrate.1
rrT-IV)Ilia, of liawavn I'hwknl KHKK Kara^alwsya aa low aa the lowaat ! Kor Tlnia Tahh*.^Throiwh Tieketa, etr., naj] ,llA,D tj1M naarmt
II.Wet Ayent or wrilii to
'JeneraCn.k^t|A iw. Ast. Minno^l^,|u.. Minn
Tlieonly FirstCUu-h HiiKin^Hs Hi.'litail^bvVMM St. I'aul ami Portkod N'i^ht^w.'hixil October tr^ April. IU^inl ^lloartl^^ it lu^fer*-ri^^(^ in CuMege Iveporter.^Wjite for teriiia.
HAHN^ WALTERS,^Quid Block, Helena, Mont.
THECHICAGO^MILWAUKEE S^ST. PAUL a\
Isth^ Fast Mini Slmrt Um fnim St.^l'atil ami IfiMMBoliH via l.ii CnitiH^^ ami^MihviiiiktM. In I'liicaKti ami all |xnntH in^tht^ Kastern StatcH iiinl Caiuida. It is^the only line nmlcr ont^ innna^;oiiient lie-^twoi'ii St. I'aul ami t'lui'ii^o, ami m tUo^Kiiu^ht K.i|ui|i|M^il Itaihvay in tin. North-^wont. It is tin-only lint' ruuiv.iiK Pull^tuan I ^raw iinj-rooin SlPe-pintf fitra with^liixurutis sniokinK nK.ius, am) tli^^ tiiiiwt^diiiiiiK i'lim in tli^^ world, via tlio famous^^River Hank liouto,^ alon^ tht' nlmroH of^Ijtike Pspin MdtaM DMUtirul MiHHiasipjii^river to Milwaukee nml Chieaifo. Ita^traina itmiMM't with llw.s^^of the North^eru liiieH in the (iritn.l I'mon depot at^Kt. I'aul. No rhaiiKeof eiirn of any rlaaa^bttWW St. Paul und I'hu'ii+r^. PV*^thfOUgfa ticketa, time tahleH, and full in-^fi intuit ion, apply to any isui|Min ticket^Went ,|, thi^ mirthwt^Bt.
OFHEIENA,^Pioneer National Bank of Montana.
DesignatedDepository of U.S.
PaidUp Capital- $500,000.
Surplusand Profits,- $500,000.
9J^ BUmm ^^aal.taot
A-J l^^vi-Vi. ^ lVwhlwH
T.II. Ki.MKm'HMiOT Aaa't. t'aaliiar
'.m'.ll Hil lSac.md Aaa t.t'aaliiSf
J-T/Hauw.John f. t'nrtln.
A.M. HoltarU H. Uamiltos,
iiranvilleStuart.C. I'. Hiiwina,
T.JH.Kleina.hmi.lt, lleuiy M. I'ar. hen^CT. P. Power.
(lanarallUnkina hualniiaa tranaactnl. In^l*nl on lima ileu.wiU.
PAIDIN CAPITAL - ^ $350,000^SURPLUS AND PROFITS 75,00
LII REMHraBLD, President.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice President.^AAKON BKBSHFTELO^ Caahier.
BOARDOF DIRECTORS:^^ HUMAN OatWsjM. HANDS,
S.a. HUMTI.KV,w. I^. NICHOLAS,
A.J. DAVIDHON,MONKN MOKKIN,
laa aaaawnajk aaron hekhhkiki.d.
ObUwIiaMK.^cei\e l'roiiipl Attention.
Puri'liaseCold mid Silver Bullion, (iold^Duht and County Securities.
lull-rent Allowed on l)e|H^its fjeft for^a Specified Time.
AOwnJ Hanking llusineas 1'ranaaoted
KiehaiiKeSold on the Principal Cities^of Kurope.
FormerlyM. k^ iihk'
Bread,Pies and Cakes
Toany part of tha rity on aliort uoth-a. No. 10*^BridsTS Sttsst, one itoor alaiva M. KeiinK^Itranrh Htora at I or. Huth Aveinie an.l Park.
Insums to suit mi from Six Months to^Five Years Time on Ileal Katate
Moneyon hand. No Delay. Cnsh paid^for Keal Kntat^^ .M'TttfaKea hy
W.H. CLARK ^ SON, Gen. Agents.
Boardof Trada Room. PlttaburK Block, Halana
BGOLDSEAL^U B B E R
OilClothing ^ Horse Covers.
MANUKA!Tl ltKIt HY
Hi.Paul Uraneli. Ill MM Tl.ir.1 Htr.^M.
Minru|Milia llrani h. '511 Nieolet Avenua.
JohnJ. Tm i.mamie, A^ent.
For^ala hy all ilealer.. A*k for them ami taka^no other..
W.Y. FK \NKLIN,^MsisV lit Huh -mini. Helena.
Mares,Scheeivc ^ Parker.^BROWN BLOCK, WARREN STREET.
FinaatH^.f, Mntt/in, Pork, Haii*r^e ami Poultry
(Cor.Hreekenriilife. Op^tsllSOstai llonaa)
TheSan Francisco Tailor.
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Iv'laniatLWorkinan.hi|i. Nnailj Done ami
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a.i i i ^ 1.1 ^Herman Hans,
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T.W. fAKSOB,It. I'. WaMJiOB,
H.C AaHST,I). A. Cosr.
PanLTp cai-itai., - #75,000
MmVtiVUand I'ltoKirs, l'0,000
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Hliile,Johnstooe ft Co.,
KKALE8TATE^Offer Great Rargaini in
WarehouseI^ota ailjaceut to I tin I road^traeka.
Kesiilente I/ita in all parts of the City.
Aii u in I ^t of Fine Kesiilenei*.
Sennil OottaflM near I)e|ait for sale on^liiNtalliiient Plan.
TownI^t^ ami Mining Property la
('hi .ke ( My.
Anumlier of Fine Hanehes in Flathead
Valleyfor sale Very Cheap.^WHITK, JOHNSTONE k CO.,
ROOMS5 AND 0, .UNION BLOCK.
IHu.e^^^ora to IleWitt 4 ArnoliL)
oh. m \i n urn Bbidoi Srs.
Fr^ delivery to all parts of the City.^Will keep constantly on hand all kinua^of Fresh aim Suited Meats, Poultry,^(.'nine and Fish.
FredStolba Fur fo.
Klal^ll^heil Sll.ee 1H00.
ITS,WAUASII \VK. - CHICAGO.
SealOarnientH in New and K.n lusive^dea^'iis, and Perfent in Fit. ^ ^r er^^and nieatmres left at the Helena^Corset and Kid (More Pnrlnrs will
receirePrompt and IVrsooal Attentiua.