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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA* TI.ll.sDAY MORNING, XOVEMKElt 28 1889.
TRIMSOF A DETECTIVE.
FemaleLawbreakers the Most Try^^ing Element the Officers Have^to Deal With.
TheirTrickB and Evasions to Avoid^Arrest Ahead of Those of^the Men.
MHOkroraMerchant Whoar Own Wife^Kohl.c.l the awMwf Orawer anil^Ww CmukIiI.
Therein uo question but tuat the average^detective bad rather deal with five male^than one femule lawbreaker. Catch a^woman breaking the law. and she will re^^sort to a acore of tricks and subterfuges^unknown to men, and if ahe is not burd^^ened she will always manage t^^ invent an^^xcnse calling for mercy and opening a way^of escape. And it is very seldom that an^offioernelN any credit in a woman case.^She is the weaker party, mm if wicked, and^she will have more or less public sympathy,^no mutter how clear the case.
()neof my first experiences was in Ga^^lena, lllinoiH, a kihkI many years ago. A^merchant found that be was la-iim; robbed^in a mysterious manner, and I wag sent^down from Chicago to investigate. He had^three boy clerks in bis store, and it was in^the old days when every clerk Innl access to^the money drawers. As he reasoned, the^money was taken during the dav, and by^some one of the clerks. Kor instance, a^$3) bill was taken in at a certain hour. An^hour or two later it would be missing from^the drawer, and each and every one would^deny having paid it out. While he wante d^to have confidence in every clerk he was^forced to conclude that one of them at^least was a thief. He wanted to go slow^until sure, and he alone knew wliHt my
madwas.
Inthe ps'.iniiniiry skirmish I found that^the merchant bail been married only a year,^and that be lived in nanus over his store.^A stairway ran up from the interior, and on^the first day of my arrival 1 noticed that his^wife came down three or four tunes, helping^herself to thread, ribbon, or whatever she^fancied or m i lled. Sin- wan a NMI Ml^over 'II years old, handsome and intelligent,^and km w all about what was going on be^^low. Indeed the husband had cautioned^her to keep her eyes open for a clew. 1 was^introduced to the store and tlie wife una^nouaiu of Mr. Thompson's. Luckily, lie^had not told his wife who I was before 1^suggest - d my plan. I was f l oin New I lump^shire and on a visit, and was to be an in^^mate of the family for a week or so. This^ga\e me omxirtunity to sit around and^watch, and 1 feb certain that 1 would solve^the mystery.
At4 o'clock in the afternoon of the fifth^day one of the clerks took in a fLtt n|4^piece. I was at hand, and saw it go into^the money drawer on the left hand side of^the store. I took a seat where I could^watch that spit, and at :^ o'clock the gold^had not been paid out. I ascertained tins^to a certainty by sending the merchant to^the drawer. At this hour 1 was called Ml^for a few minutes, and upon my return the^gold was gone. I In- merchant had not^watched the drawer vely closely, but he^knew that only young Kaiby had bei n cm^that side since my departure. I tisik the^young man into the storeroom and told^dim who 1 was and what 1 was there lor.^W hile he was surpi ised he was not alarmed.^He offered to submit to a search, and I made^it without finding anything. Mien I asked^who he had seen near the drawer, and he^could remember nobody but the merchant's^wife. He readily agreed to keep quiet and^assist me, and two days later the climax^came.
Themerchant had his dinner at noon. ^s^also one of the clerks. When thev \m M^through the other two clerks went out to^theirs, thus leaving only two in the store at^once from MM to UM. At about lL'icSO,^when I came down with the merchant, I^fixed it with Sandy, who was to go later, to^keep as clear of the money drawer last^roblied as In- could until time for him to^leave. I sent the merchant out on tin^street, and then took my position to which^1 had been there but tifti-en minutes when^the wife came down stairs, tripping along^and humming a turn , mid she went to a box^and got a piqier of pins. Oil her way back^she stopped at the money drawer, took out^two bills, and then hurried up stairs. I at^once asked the clerks what bills were in thf^drawi r. ami they agreed on two fives and a^one. When they looked the fives were gone.^1 went out and told the merchant what 1^had seen. He could not believe it, of^course, and I suggested that he send the^wife out and give us a chance to search. In^the course of an hour he got her away, and^together we began a search. In an old al^^bum in a trunk we found ^^ ^^^ including^the gold piece, and there w is no longer^riHini for him to doubt. My work was fin^jailed, and I went away. How they settled^it 1 do not know. There was a separation^for a few weeks, but they got together again^uud are still mail and wile fur all 1 know to^the contrary.
IllolrletCourt lten.nl.
Ihe following business was transacted in
thedistrict court Tuesday and yesterday:
4W2Milburn Manufacturing company^vs. 1^. M. Johnson and Hubert Peltier; mo^MM for judgment on pleadings argued and^taken under advisement.
4S28Fred Manuel vs. Ferdinand Manuel^motion to quash summons overruled: mo^tiou to set aside defendant's default granted^and ten days in which to tile answer.
4170Iver Mief vs. Moses Manuel; plain^^tiff granted ten days in which to furnish^amendments to complaint.
4.M^Sarah A. Borreu vs. James Uil-^m..re; motion to dismiss appeal overruled^and exception taken by defendant.
44*'-'Nicholas limit/ vs. loM Ixmgan:^defendants demurrer to plaintiff's com^^plaint overruled and fifteen days granted in^which to file answer.
IIHill 11 .t Newls-rry vs. B. 0. Clark;^motion to exclude evidence of plaintiff as to^items of account overruled and exceptions^taken.
4SIS1The National Cash Itegister com-^|iany vs. M. C Vulkern; dismissed.
1*71^ Hannah Wittneisvs. John ^i. Witt^ners; default of defendant and decree of di-^Torce iiranted.
4'.C^St. I^ouis Mining and Milling com-^pauv vs. Montana company i limited i; ar^^gued by counsel and taken under advise^^ment.
Theonly complaint filed wns that of the^Hyan Drug company vs. l'reston ^t Dixon^for attachment.
Amarriage license was grauted to John^Y. Bennett and Ida M. Cole.
ltk'ktAndrew Henderson vs. John Mc-^Caulcy: plaintiff asked ten days time to an-^awer to demurrer, grauted.
47*iand 47:7^ i'eter Wilson va. Andrew^(ilaas and Fannie K. Jones; motion for^judgment on pleading. (Submitted on brief^and taken under advisement.
4**l Bach. Tory A Co. vs. S. L. Dyer et^^I.; statement on file submitud without ar^^gument.
Marriagelicenses were issued as follows:^Howard Kittle and Minnie M. Fraser; An^^thony McFaddeii and Ida L. Deal; Leonard^HteinbeMter and Mrs. Johanna Burrows,^all of Helena.
KKA1.KSTATK IHA.NSFK.liS.
| lan.. Number of Transfers Klled Ve^-^trntay In the t'lerkV Offlce.^Ths following real estate transfers were^filed for record with Comity Clerk ami He-^oorder Tooker Tuesday and yesterday:^Allen J. Kowler e^ al. to K. J. Neaale et al.,^one-half uiulivklwl interest in the Moiii-
tnrliulch placer claim^ $ '
CharhaaW. I annou ami wife to Nellie M^SiniiMin, lot a, block StJ, Helena town-^rite. ^^0
HarryJ. Klorenca.to Hi* Ox Minina and^Branetioa Itaatpeaj, the March lode
ininuuiclaim. ^ ^ ^ ^^
.lames.\V. OnMi to Hi^ Ox Mining^ami llislnction I'onqiany, certain quarts^MM minimi claim- ill Ottawa district,
La-wutand Clarke counter* ^
HubertH. Flovd-Jnne* to (War Hradfonl.^an undivided ', of NK. of K of St
,of Kcc. *4. Tp. Ill N.. 11. S 4.W0
OscarBradford to Docal.l Bradford, SO^acres, being an undivided li of NK. l.^and K. ^, of SK. ^. ..f Sis-. Tp. 10 . 1.0011^tannic Kills to Donald Bradford, channel
ofKlat creek easement Ac. 1
MartinBjomsen to Donald Bradford.
sametransfer as above 1
JohnBarrett toul wife to Donald Bradford,
sametransfer as a I mi ve 1
AntonBrass et al. to Albert J. Keligman.^hK. K, of NK. '^ and K. of SK. 'a of
He.-.12. Tp. 1^. l-.UUO
Jul.nW. Kcldy and Alla-rt M. Tliornbnrirh^to Alliert J. Seligman. NK. V^ of NK. '^^of SR. ^t of Sec. 12. Tp. 10 UM^Albert .1. K, liiiiiiaii and ^ife to (ienrae 11.^Son.*. SK. K, of NK. and K' ^ of NK.
',of Sec. 12. Tp. 10 HUM)
JohnBower and wife to William (iardner.
realestate in Helena towusite 1
William(iardner to John Bower, westerly
ISf.a-t of lot 47. block 27 1
ItichardA. Harlow to Max J. Hight. east-^erl^ 17', f.-ot uf lot IS ami Iota 17 and is.
blockH, Central sildition 4.000
There*aHalm and Krn.M K. Halm to John^Immel, real estate in l/cwis snd Clarke^count) and latent hi Hurlimrton quartz
hslnminiiur claim. I
Johnliuniel to l.rnei-t I . Ilahn. Burling^^ton quartz lisle ininin* claim I
Johnliiim.-l. John C. I'aiiln-n and wife^and Aiithntij Doimhert) and wife to Krn-^est F Balm, real estate in Ijewis and
Clarkecounty.. 1
H.Thompson and wife to K. I^uff^. one-^sixth mlenst in Maripiette minimi hale ]
0,8aVpl'l.-toll to M,(jrsxes Slid L. H.
(irav.-s.lot 12. block hi. Klower (ianlen
wtSnm tso
(orneliiiH II. I . - as pri.tmle imlftje to^Thoni.-is (.ms-iiwimnI and K. J. Harris, lot^V.. bhs-k lot ML block S 'JO
Thomas1 ins-nwo.Nl and wife to llols*rt A.^Day. I ta '.s snd Ml. block I, Heleua town-^site 5
SarahI). Ititchejr to llola-rt A. Day. lots is^and Ml, block H. Helena townsite 100
Katheriue1^ Miuif to llola-rt Stratton. lota^22 and 2:i. block tit, Ming aildition .. f sou
Katheriue\^ Minu to llola-rt Stratton. lota^Hand i. block Me, Mink'aildition. 4KI
J.stei.hSeven-nceto Wilson J. Burnett, one-^half intens-t in On.an of the Ili^trict^quartz hale miningi-laini intirizzl) tlulch^mining district 1
Alfrtslllonrk to Isiisi- ltonrk. aonth MlM^lot 20. bl.M-k It, Nnrllii-rii I'aiiric aildi^^tion 100
Thoa(ina-n to James (ireen. lot s. hhsk i.^I:.-.--.a - aildition 1
Ham'lAlexanler to John I'. Un, '* in-^teriwt in lot 10. bhs-k 10: lot ;t. block Is:^lot 4. bhs-k U: lot 21. blis k 1H. lis! V^bhs-k IV: lot 12. hhs-k 22: lot 12. bhs-k^Jl: lots 7 and h. bhs-k 14: lot 14. hhs-k 20:
ilot Is. bio. k tk lot 12. bhs-k I4| lots 1^and t block B, and lot 12. block .^'..^Klower Harden addition 1
Therewas a terrible epidemic of dysen^^tery and bloody flux in rope count v. Illi^^nois, last summer. As many as five deal lis^occurred in one day. Messrs. Walter Broth^^ers, of Waltersburg, sold over HHU Isittles of^Colic, Cholera and Diarrhosa Heiuedy dar^^ing this epidemic, and say they never heard^of its failing in any case when the direc^^tions were followed. It was the only medi^^cine used that did cure the worst cases.^Many persons were cured by it after ths^d.K-'ors had given them up. Twenty-five^and .Mi-Cent bottles for sale by H. M. Par-^ohen ^ Co.
Curefur I'lles.^Itching piles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagreeable^itching after getting warm. I his form, as^well as blind, bleeding and protruding piles,^yield at once to the application of Dr. Bo-^aanko's I'ile Heiuedy, which acts directly^upon the parts affeted, absorbing the^tumors, allaying theciiitcn-e itching and^effecting a permanent cure. Fifty cents.^Address The Dr. Bosunko Mi dicnie com^^pany, l'iqua, Ohio. Sold by H. H. Hale^fc Co.
'KOFKKKIONALCARDS,
A. lATHHOl'.
lawyer.Masonic Bha-k. Helena. Mont.
TAJUURTT.RICHARDS,
Atturney-at-Law.
Ibaimi. Bail.-y Building. Helena. Montana.^INa,tothce Box 742.
yu.U PLAHK8TT,
I'ndertaker.
imWarren Htrnet. Telephone 210.
JJHOlf.OHCAlt WKHNKH,
Teacherof Piano. Klute anil hcgmic
No.10S Howie stn^'t. or at A. V. (^urthVa Mnah^Store. Helena. Mont.
IMUOnK. HAItllOUB,
Attorneyand Counsellor at l*w.^Masonic Temple, Helena. Mont.^^yOOLKOLK A HHOWNINO.
Attorney-at-Law.204 Dearborn atrwt. Chicago, 111.
ALEX. m. HMH obakvi1.LI W. BBOWKIHO.
IIASHKNA HULLAHD.
Attorneyand Counsellor at Law.
Willpractice in all courts of record in the ter^rilory. Office in (told Bhs-k. Helena, Mont.
w
LONd.
VeterinarySurgeon.
OfficeBreck A Kiaher's Stable*. Ixiwer Mali
street. Telephone 120.
1 h. mn
(LateHorveyoHieneral of Montana.)
Hurveyor.Civil and Mining Kngineer. Special^Attention given to Hydraulic hiigmceriug. Irri^^gating Works. Ktc in all iiarta of theHuUe.
AtlasBuilding. Biaim 12. Second Klisir, Helena,^Montana.
I)H.M.
lUM'KMAN.
HmWMHorgeon. Accoucher, Oculist^and AuriaL.
Mentier of San Krancisco Medical Society, also
N-.-sl.State V lea! v.- ,.^!^.
OfficeParchen'a dnig at^ire. corner abnve^Main and Broailway. Kni ranee on llr.svlway and^Jackson. Helena, Montana. Conatdtationa In^(ierman ai,d Lnalish.
M.HTOCKHLAliKIl,
llmtfConiniissioner to-neral Land Office.)^Attorney wit-Law.
AtlanticHnilding. Washington. D. C.
Fouryears pxia-ri.-nce as a memlier of eongrenp^and four years in the Qeaarw (And Office. Prac-^ttMl in all the .le|*rtnienta and tn the Supreme^and District Courts.
Ijm-l and Mining l-iw a Hpecialty.
h.wSSSS,
A'toriie-^t-L^w.
I*teKxaminer of Mineral and Itailroad I^nd^Cseea in the deiieral Iau.1 Office, Washington,
I).C.
S.-\enyeara'experience ^^ ^- 'r -^i I am!^Office. Practice* in all the State and United^States Stiprvm* ^ ourta. I And and Mining law a^S|^cialty. ituom iii. Bailey I.i - k. Helena.
TOTHE PUBLIC!
RothHchildsays: wBay whoMrer t penM wtats to Sell; Bell whene^er a person^wants to buy. It is you opportunity to make inoncv l^v MTing it.
Ilure purchased $ 18,000 erorta ^^t' DEI G00D6 and FANCY ^;^ ^oi^s at a Grreal^Saeriflee. This stock will be sold upon tlic same basis upon arhieb the] ivefe pnreliaaed,
Hoarin mi ml that we have in stock the following Goods:
RememberWe liavo a stock of Clothing and Kurnishinir Goods. This entire stock^must be dosed out within the next Sixtj Days REGARDLE88 (^K PRICE. #
M.LISSNER
THOMPSONBLOCK,^Opposite Grand Central hotel
CONOKNSKI)It ill.WAY TIM K T A1II.K
MontHiiai , mi ll
DEI'ART.
St.I'anl. Atlantic ex.. St.Taul and eaet. UM *. m^Montana. Pacific ex.. Motto and south 4:(^^ p. in^Helena and llutte ex., Ilutte and south, s.n ^. rn
Marysvilleexld() p.
Maryavilleex.^^ a. in
ABBIVS.
St.Paol, Atlantic ex..Butte and ^mth U.^a, m^Montana. I'acitic ex..St. I'aul and eaat it all p. rn^Helena and Butte ex.. Butte ami south. H .m p. in
Marysvilleex..KH^^ a. ra
Maryavilleex 8:40 p. in
Northern1'aelne.
ARRIVE.
Thronidiweetlaninil2:SO p. m
TliroiiKhwu-tlaiunil - ^ o. m
Butte.Missoula ami Helena ex. . . U 'JO p. in
MaryavillepejMMV... e-Kla. m
Bin,misocom.. Hon., W^l. an.l.KriMm p, in
Wicke*and Boulder i-- u ---r. ' - a. m
Maryavilleaccoinniialalion^:0U p. m
DEl'ART.
'Hirou*.'!)wesilanind1:10 p. m
Timsuch east lainihI 7:!^ p. ni
Helena.Missoula .mil Butte ei .7 45 a. m
MarvsvillepajMetuet 4:(((i p. rn
Kitniuiaccom., Mon W^l. and Krisifis.ni
Wicke*and Boulder paa*eiu;erp. in
MaryavilleaccommialationIkHQa. m
(n Ion l'aelflc.
MM
Korall poii.is east, south and weat. via^Montana Central and Unite4:0llp. m
ViaNorthern 1'acific.and (iarri*ou . |.S:ir^|]..*m
ARRIVE.
Krouiall |aiint^^ ea^t. aonth'anil weet,^via Butte and Montana l entral11M a.
Via(iarriaon and Noriheru PiM-iric . l'-':2(l p. m
i.t-.j iAl L _V^ r IJ i_ r. ^ ^
VOIKKOK BT0CKHOL0KRH MKKI'INO.-^Notice is her^*hy siven that a meeting of the^stockholders of IClknorn (Jiiia-n MiniiiK company
willla* held at the law oftiif Ashhurn K. ilar-
laiur,in the Masonic Tpie. in the city of Hel^^ena, county of l^-wi* and t 'larke. ami stat^^ of
Montana Saturday. Des, 7. A. ^^. Iknu, at n
oYliM-kp. in. of said ilay, foi the puriais,* of con-^aiderinir the propoailion of levyius an assessment^of ten cents |a-r share on the capital stia-k of anid^com|iaiiy. which aaid moneys arc to he natal in^liayiiui llie prcM-nt indela^alne^aof said comiaxny.
Bvolder of (lie I'lesident.
(HAIU.ES V. CIjAHKK. Becn'tary.^Helena. Mont- Nov. 2'i. laHll.
VOTICKTt^ ( 111 l^l Kins. IN THK DB-^^* trie! Conrt of the hirst Judicial llistrict.^('ounty of licwis and ('hnke. Si .-it.^ of Montana.
Illthe matter of the estate of i alherine h. nek^ilccoaecd.
Noticeis hereh\ tfivi-n hy the uii.lersitfii.Nl, sil-^niiniktratora of the estate of Catherine Kenck,^ilia-cased, to 11..- creililors of and all ia*raona hav-^^g claima Stfainst tlie aaid dias-aeial, to exhihit^them, with tlie niM-iwarv vouchers, within t. u^iiioiithaafter the lirst piifilieaiion of this noti-e.^to the said administrators, at the office of la*^h .V^llro.. No. M Main street, at Helena. Montana, the^same being the place for the transaction of the^hiisine^. of said estate, in said ('ounty of Ijcwls^ami I lark.-.
JACOBI.OI B.^liOCIH HTADLEK.^A.lniiniatrntora of the I .^t..'- of ('alherine K.-nck;
Datedat Helena. Mont.. Nov. f.'. M|
Vlii'lii: TO CKKDIT0K8. EHTATE OK^^ Tliomaa K. Marshall, dia-eas4al. Notice la^hereby given hy the undersigned, ailminiatratrii^of tin- estate of Thomas S. Marshall ile*-.-ris.sl. to^the crialitors of, and all psIWHH having claim*^against the said deeeaHsl. to i-zlnhit them with^tin* lua-easary vouchers, within four months after^the first publication of this notice, to the aaid^administratrix, al tin-office of A. i . Ilotkin. city^of Helena, lo iiity of lif-w-isainl t'larke. Montana^territory, the same lieing the place for the trans^action of the business of said estate, in the county^of Lewis and Clarke.
Datedat Helena. M. T. October 1^. Ihsai.
HAIIAHK. MAHSHAI.I,.^Ailminiatratrix of the estate of llionias S. Mar-
*hall.deceawal.
Kirslp.,i,.,. ;,ii. (I -'.
VOTICKTHK CNDKUSKiNKI) HKSPWT-^^*f--l!^ solicit bida for ainking and tlnberinfl^shaft M^i I- ^' on the Klizala-th claim of lie-1 lira-^lietb Mining comiiaiiv. Said shaft is tola, four^feet six inchea by fotirt,s-n feet eight incite* in^the clear and throe compartment and timls-nd^like the Bull)' shaft of the liranite Mountain^Mining Co.
Bidsalioiihl la' made on the lav-i* of ainking by^hand drilling: or with air comproasor and two^air drills furnished, and bids should la- in hy^WMM) 1st.
Theright to rcji-ct any ami all bids ia reserved.^Parties bidding should slate who their lailidsinen^will be, a* a bond will la- required to insure the
flllfilllielltof the eODUMt
I'l.wsemail bids can- (iranite Mountain Mm^inc ('^.. (irauite, Montana.
KldZABKIIIMININti CO.
VOTICrQTOSTOt KHOIdlKUS NOTK K IS^hereby given that a mii i ing of stia-kholdera^in the Northwestern Ale-trai t Comiiany will la-^held at the office of the comiainy in the city of^Helena on tile 4th day of January. I aim. for the^purpose, of authorilii.* the amendment of the^certificate of incorporation uud in increasing tin-^capital stis-k of (hecomiiaii) to ^jri.tiUI.
iH i , \ I i' BBADKOIII).
LAMSONLANK.
N.VV. MoCONNKIJ,,
JOSHCAAIIMIIAliK.
I.A NO NOT1I Mi
NOTICK.OKPL III.B ATION.
UkMOVfmM HMMA, Mont.. I^Nuvemlwr IM. laali. (^VOI K KIS HKUK.IIY GIVKMTHA1 THE KOI,
lowing nsiliisl settler has filial notice of hie
intentionto make final pnsif in aupjsirt of hia^claim, and that said pnaif will l^- mwle la-fore^registei and receiver at Helena. Mont., on De^^cember 211. lHHtl. vis: Ja^-ob laa-b. aulmr. wtate of^Katie Kenck. decesaed. who made priM-mptiou^1). H. No. NM for the lie^, BSC. la twp. Ilnrili.
Henames the following witi-i-esos to prove hia^continuous residence upon and cultivation of said^land, viz: Krank Takat. John H. tiihaoii, VA-^ward Burns and Krank Hahm. of Kllistou. Mont.
H.W. LAWdHOIWE, Itegister.
22EWINO STREET,
(Gil.Ilreckeuiidge. Oppiwile Court Bunas)
TheSao Francisco Tailor.
Gents'Clothing Cleaned, Scoured, Altered arid^Itelaiund. Best Workmanship. Neatly D ueaml^at Short Notice _____
ASPECIALTY
Madeto Cleaning and Altering I_dic^' Gar^^ment* of All hinds. Grease. Paint, Ktc. Easily^He moved.
Hklbma,Montara.
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
28North Main Street,
HELENA,MONTANA,
A.L VEAZIE. Passenger Agent.
A.LKWI8. G. A.. Hutte. Mont.
THEHORT LINE
ButOne ('liange of Car* from
HELENA^ BUTTE TO CHICAGO
VIA
Chicago^ Northwestern
AND
UnionPacitic Railways,
Th*r. A N. W. A1h^^ \Ukm Ihrwt Tninn IVjH.t^ooiintM'tidUH at I ^^'hver \* i 1
U.P. AND D. ^ R. G. TRAINS,
auritiinih TlirtiiiKh
VestibuledDining Car Trains
t^ ^ mcAm) wiiii.^ut rt.aiw.^Mtrirffirnnfltttd ami thi ^mty inn- Avi^tim*
iyoODHMtJ~maii^lf*f*layn at
Denverand Council Bluffs.
Itla recognized liy Kveryraaly as the ^HHOBT^LINK' from the West and Northwest
TOCHICAGO
AND ALL POINTS EAST!
Furtherinformation furnished hy I'uioiiEI'a^rlfic Ticket Agents at Helena and Hutte.^KniP i.iiuni. (.. T. A.. Halt l^ke, Cil). Utah.^.1. M. Wiiiiahn. (i.-neral Managt-r.^W. II. !jlr.^'mK. Tratlic Manager.
K.I'. Wll.HoN, (ii-n'l rassellger Agt, Chicago.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis Railway,
Tthk-
rt
TwoTHROUGH TRAINS Daily
KltOMHT. I'Al.'Land MINNKAI'OKIH
rr) ^ 'I I lOAQO
WithtiatriiaiiKf. poniKM-linK with thn Kwt trainn^nf All LiiMi* fnr ttui
t~K.\ST AND HOlJTAKAST_frj
TlieDirect and Only Line running Ttirongh^1 a.- between
Minneapolisand Des Moines, Iowa.
|ViaAlla-rt I^-a and Kort lealge.
SolidThrough Trains Between
lUnneapolii^V' St. Louis.
andthe |,rinci|*| Cities of tlie Miaeiasipid, and^conue, ting in I nion I^- i - - for all uointa^Mouth and Houlliweat.
Manyhoar* aaved. and the ONLY KINK run in^two trains Daily to
KANHAHCITY.KKA VIAWOIITH, ATt IIIHON,^making connections with the Union I'acitic^and Atchieon, Toja-ka.V Hanla Ke railwaya.^Close coniic-tions niaile in Union De^ait^with all trains of the St. I'.v.l. Miiiin*|a^lia^and Mauitoha. Northern I'acitic, 1st. I'aul A^Dtiluth I; o;.. ... from and to
ALLl^OINTH NOIITH AND NOHTHWKHT.
Ttietrninsof the Mini,.-a|s.lia A^IU.MKMII1 It ! hi. la.uis Cailaay ali,.|-.s4sl
ofCoinfortahle Ilay C,MV'he^.^MagTiific-nt Pnlhnau Hie. lung Cars. Horton He-^^ lining Chair Cara, and our Justly Celebrated
-PalaceIDiniiigr Cars.
CT-IVIlha. of llaggage ( hecked KKKK. Kara^always aa low aa the loweet ! Kor Time Tahli-s.^Through Tickets, etc.. call upon the neareet^Ticket Agent or write to
C.H. HOLDRIDGE,
Oeneral'TickftA I'aaa. Agt. Ilinueaiailia, Minn^CHICHCSTCR'S CNOLIbrt
PtNNYROYALPILLS
BCD CFIUil DIAMOND BRAND.^a^fp-r^.l i .tf- mi.' i* |.-dlr*, A^^1 fur Mmn. Mr*n4. Id __\^r*4, Mri_jilc boi**, m_I*^4 *iUi bin* i_^\\^ribbMi. Takr mlhrr. All juiia \W^In t^_Ma^r^i^nl t^iif^, (link vnpiaert, tra \w^dinfi rou* i-^iuntrrf^.L4V ti*oi 4c V
(UM|i*l f^*r I^_rUe*)^l a, laMtlBMltaVll Aa4
KrllrffWr I ^^^! !^^,** Mt UUtr. by raivra
M-ll s ^^^ /'ii **
mii iifcn tv, rw*-**
THECHICAGO^MILWAUKEE ^^ST. PAUL R'Y.
Ibthe Kant Mail Slmrt I,itn^ fnini Rt.^I'niil tind Minnt^ii|KiliH vm l,n Cria^me in .1^Milii.'tiike,' In Cliicitefii iiiul all |MiinU in^the F.iiHteni Stud-h mill CitnRiln. Il ia^the only lino nniler ntio iiiiinii^oineiit Im^^tw.HMi St. I'ntil iiml ('liiciijfo, nml jH the^PImm Bquipiwd Iviiilmiv in Um North^wckI. It ih I ho only line running Pull-^mm DnwinK riauii SliH.pinjf i-arn with^InxurmiH Hin.ikiiii; nauiiH, mnl the llneat^iIiiiiiik' i nrs in the world, vm the .unions^^Kiver Mmik lonili-,^ b)0BJ| the shores of^Lain I*^^ 11hi mnl the Im-iiiiI iful Mississiiipi^river ko .Milumiki-e mnl CUmJOi Ite^trnniH i-onnei-l mill lliose uf the North^ern lines in the (iriiml I'nion ilejait nt^St. PfcuL No plmn^eof curs of nny chiss^la'tween St. I'niil and ChioMO, Pw^throiiKh tickets, time tables, ami full in-^forinittion, apply to any i-oupon ticket^aKent in the northwest.
San
WENDEL^ STEIN'S
akcry.
formerlyM. Hi lolg
First-ClassQuality of
Bread,Pies and Cakes
PromptlyDelivered
Toany nan of the city on short notice. No. IM^Bridge street, on.-d.H.r alaive M. IteinierV^Hraiich hi ore at Cor. Hiilh.A venue and Park.
MONEYTO LOAN!
Insums to suit on from Six Monthi to^l''ive Vmini Time mi lieiil I'^itate^Security.
Moneyon hand. No Delay. Cash paid^for Ken] Heinle Mort^a({h^ hy
W.H. CLARK ^ SON, Gen. Agents.
toe
Northwesternlliiiiranty ban C(iiii|iany,
MINNKAIDUS,MINN.,
Ooarrtof Trade Room, Pittaburg Block, Hefena
Danielhanley ^ co.,
EaclutlvaJobbers In
Oranges,Lemons and Apples,
FOREIGNAND DOMESTIC
DriedFruits and Nuts, Cigars and Tobaccos.
VMILTIM t lesceiil ^ r.Hio.-r, Butter,^Kggs, i h,-, se, \ cgetaldea and y|,MilMlia^ra.-klng II...... l'ro,lu^-la.
JAMESTWIFORD,
MANUKAtTUHKB OK
WagonSheets, Tents,
AwningHand Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent elyloe of Window Awnings^and llie latest improved fiituree for hanging.
Canva*of all kinds and widtha from ^ jncliea^wide to I.-^ inchea wide alwaya In stock.
Thelatest iiunmved ( anil, (iiaaia.^MAIN HTI1KKT, .... IIKI.KNA
WarrenStreet
MEATMARKET,
Mares,Schceive ^ Parker.^BROWN BLOCK, WARREN STREET.
1ii. -1 Id.-f, Mutton. I'..rk, Hauecge and 1'oiiltry
ALWAYSON HAND.
II.TONN,
3North Main Street, Helena.
MILLINERY,
Beaur Hats. II. si QmIMIm fU.W).^Triniimal Huts and |ltoiiii.-is reilucial to COHT.^t iitriniinialKi-lt Hats, We^ IW. and f i.
HOLIDAYGOODS.
Newand IVwirahle Pt~Mj for Old and Voiinc.
iKverylaal)siId sis-lids Kl.-gaiit Array
|i^f Cliriatmaa (iifta.
Toys, Hooks. Novelties, Fancy^Ooods, Notions. Etc.,
Whichwe are j r- i ^-. - - .1 to fnrniah at I'rieea^I a- ^ than tlie Ijoweat.
II.TOM n .
Aaeutafor llntteriek'a Patterna and Hall1* Be^^xar Forma.
FIRSTNATIONAL BAM
OFHELENA,^Pioneer National_Bank of Montana.
Orjrinizedin 1866.
DesignatedDepository of U.S.
PaidUp Capital^Surplus and Profits,
aT. llAt Baa,
A.J. Dima
KW. Knuiht
T.II. Kl.kinw hmiiit
tiro.II. IIili
$500,000.$500,000.
President
ViceI'nwident
(aahiei
Aaa't. Caehier
Becoud\ss't I ashis,
b(iaiii)tiK niKtrroiw.
S.T.'llaiiaer.John C. Cnrtln.
A.M. mm,It. H. Ilaniiltoa.
,'r.1Vv!1 H,H,^^r'-., ^'^ I'- Higgina.^I..H. Meins^-hniidc Henry' M. I'archen.^T. (^. I'ower.*
UeneralBanking husines. tranaarted. Ini^1-aid on tune ilc|*i*it*.
JonalBank
PAIDIN CAPITAL ^ ^ $350,000^SURPLUS AND PROFITS ^ ,5,000
UII. IIKIiSlll-'IKLD, Presulent.
A.J.DAVIDSON, Vic President.
AA MM II i I. 11 H BLI ^, Cashier
BOARDOF OIRE0TOR8
THOMASi Kl sk,m. SANDS,
S.8. Hl NTI.Ky,W. I). NICHOUAh.
A.J. HAVIDMON,MOSKH MOKKIS,
I..II iikkniikiki.il, AAUOJt HKRHHFI K1^D,^). HWITXKR.
Ciillei-tiutihIteceiye Prompt Attention
rHurMMaOoUnml silver rrnHlM.OmJ
DualhiuI County Securities.
InterestAllowed on Detroit* Tjefl for^s BpMiaUd Time.
\(ieneml KnnkiiiK HiiHinenh TrHnascted
KxchiiiiKeSold mi the Principal Cities
ofIBlirtaM
31OX TANA
1.PI/UT
BANK.
Helena,Mont
UNITED8TATE8 DEPOSITOHY.
OAPITAIaSPAIDIN)^^USPLU8,
1.100,000I100.00U
DIRECTORS:
('.A. HltOADWATKIt. ^ ^ PraaMmi
U0. PHKLI'H.Vlce-Prw.. and Ant. ( aah^H. K A TKINHON,Aaaistant Caahaw
A.(I. Cl.AHKK.IlKRMAN (iANa,
H.V. (lAi.sa.PntH Lahson.
(.W. ( ANSON.It. C. W.I.LAOS.
H.(', AaHBy,1). A. ( our.
secondnational bank
I*aii I'i* Capital. - $75,OOu
KriU'M'HAMI I'llOKITa, _'(),( mm I
\KfMll l!;iiiniii![ Wm Transacted
K.D Kiiiikhtow,Pres.dent.
K.Cm 1 .Vice President.
OhmiB. Oatiux, - Cashier.^.Iok N. Kkm-k, Aasiststit llashier.
BOARDOF 0IRECT0R8
.1.It. Hankomd,CO. K.v.sa,
H.W. (1111 n.H.J. Jo.n.h,
_.0. BWAIAVM,CliiUH. Kenci.
V..II. KlalKII'loN,C. K. Col.E.
Qaoaoa11. cihi.h.
Wliite,Johnstone ^ Co.,
REALESTATE^Offer (.mit Bargains in
MAINSTKIOKT,
IIKI.KNAAVKNUK,
PARKA VKM K, and
BENTONAVE. IMtOPRim
WnreliouseI^ts adjucent to Railroad^tracks.
ResilienceIxits in all parts of the City.
AnuniU'r of Fine Residences.
Severn!Cottiu/es near Depot for sale ol^Instiillinent Plan.
Town Fjots and Mining Property in^Cwke City.
ABUtbw of Fine Ranches in Flathead
Valleyfor sale Very Cheap.
WHITE,JOHNSTONE 4 CO,
koomh5 and 6,-uniom ill-^ ,
TAUTPHAU8I RE1XI6,
iHiicci-aaorato la-Wilt .V Arnold.)
RialtoMarket,
COM,M ain ami BUMI BTC,
TKIjKI'IIONKNO. 1US.
vnu8.ilBrans.
Freedelivery to all parts of the City.^Will keep constantly on hand all kinds^of Fresh and Salted Meats, Poultry,^(iame and Fish.
A.IPRESCOT
Dealerin
MARBLE
AND
Granite.
,4M0
IRONFENCING
L.
4K,

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