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THISPLOT IS A BLUFF.
SensibleMen Will Regard it as Too^Ridiculous to Be Anything
ForReckless Defiance of the Law^This Scheme Beata All^Ot here
Hp^poM-. i..mttmm ln.^*iM^ of
UMerupulouPaaa mmrH^ ^H the cmef^repoblioun MMpintOII IMi their late*
piotf-Ki.Mti1 ^,h^dH ^f t1^' '^-
qniaition la boldMM and diareKard o( all
formsof law of jnitwe.
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h^eWmlr.v.u ll th.ir i^HN ^^^'^^atrain*t papa ^ rich* It MM*** i-bowK^to what nt IBM i^^-^ lawa oyer readied^them^4.lv.- iathafa latlaaaaaaiaM paafWHi^tolerance of ^'^r1 he ^l
lempt la earn'I^^ -^^'^*^
taataaaaaatofa via t-M-tjtMM must r.
altin ut'^ I : ^ t. hi it^ Hnoc. HH would
BMBpnatMatkatBat^nl.v of ika courtK
amilaw. I n' ^I frt- ^' rimiclit hm granted
byMaalali BaoatrnUoc to Montana.
IMtai tka aahcaa a^ taanaai wmm un^duabt^Hl aatbortt] I* -'^',,^l 111 vMeni.-iv-^^bTDBKM.^ Mr- W.it-m.wlio was defeated^by ^aaatoi MaMaaaaim, feaa aaaai to town at^the hmmI of tk^ a bbbIbbm mb*bjImmbj
tobe Mad .i- . tool in Ika rurryiiiK out of a
n*wth-ft. It at* mm Ml-MaMl to Uta
severaltine* 'I'^' nc ^hotild u saint^the acheiue* ^I ^ .iiHiiirators by niakine^aomteht fortbi m^t Bahaabaaaaaail lor^MJBla and hu mil. I n' lie sensibly tboauut^that MeN.o. ' - tern Wim Htttlid with^^out qlle^l ii .11. I - hitherto ret used to
ooinetoH.I. i i i^ tuitiier any plots for^ouatinu the KetlfM ouBBtl senator. He^finally chauf. ^l Ij^^ n.iH'1 through some in-
AbmbmbUthrown out in laa BowMiratatm.^Aantiited. In holdath I rl is bis hi^b duty
aaaaataaaato an tb^ lagWatara wheels^going, even Ihowh be lends luui-^aelf to the rafthMMM ^f un^^lawful mi.I ili^L'rie.'ful luetli'Mbl^From the multiplied ^^! plots thia bus I wen^determined apoB. (hj Im sdav. or as is^more ptobabli . mi viediieMdny, Mr. Watson
jHHgm iarto the meeting of rapsbUaaa aaa^^atora and ask f^i a a il in that body. He^will have no e. rtiii. .t 's. but tbut will not^matter to tin- Bouapiral ^ :^. Noon, will In
Sreaentto^oataat ah at it, and be will be^eclnred aeated. Iu\^ or no law. Tbua iaMff^ining that th. v I n 11 '^ taatat^lorn ipioruiu^Ma rapabiioaju will declare the 'emit *^ ur*
gautaedand ready t'.r ImsiiH'ss. The rump^bouse will be notified to thai aahat. ami tin-^two unlawful BuabtBaUoM will carry on^legislation. The^ ^ ill. ^f eotirse. reoeitrn no^recognition from tin euvi rn.ir, but after^their billa haw been DegTaatad by the ex^^ecutive for the roatomary time, the will^be declared lawa, Phe nppropri.it inM^will be iasu. .1 bj Mm treasurer
Tbeeonspirnt.irs ili. n imagine tb it a^detuocratie pt..t.-i ^.li follow and Is'car^ried into the courts. It laexiiected tbat a^judicial atooh will here beseen red for the^benefit of tIn pimapiratatl and tbat tbe Ioiik^conteat will Is Sniahl .1.
Itiua^ Ii. ^i^. .l what will priM Ilt tin'^execution of thisbaaajtifaj plot. Even a|ea^of it will be life vented by law, ami if thai is^ovi-rriddeii were will he buaui. t* lor tin-^criminal eourts. I In foolishness ol the^whole acheuie is so apparent a'^to hftojl tin- nutiir.tI OOOeJaatoa that it
h)mextraordinaryattempt at bluff. And^au it nndoiilit. dly is I 'ha Bk*B who kaM^exh iust.'il every ajaani In avadiaaj and dis-^oI.i viul; tb.' law w ill in i. r d ir. to e.irrv out^BS ipgaiitio and eriunii il a fraud lis lias^been outlined. The inly appari'iit DWpoaa^of tins l.l nl is to dri\.' di m K'rntie acuators^into line with tin rei iiblio.uia. If this is^the int. iitioii the anaapiratafa nvhrhl b. itet
Kivetheir lunius Madaal rest. Tbe tow^rock position of tb.- .,, uns-ratio leyislat irs
torrajrht wtU aavat be diatartoj by twpah-
Theabsurdity of the 1 it, st produrt ion of^omsp.i aey will s ;, *i its If at^the outs t. A 11 111 r\ reservation is^n- ;ved only f.,r military pwpaa-^es. It AtHti not ink. awny ' the juris-^diction of the atateovei i )^ .i t i. ul.ir port ion^of mat, aeithi r .i'^ - it diafranchiaa the eit-^izena livinu on ^. t ,r M. Naaaara, aa^well as oth. r eilin tu n udini on a aailitary^^JBBrvati'.ii. h is nlw ^,,teil and ^,, ,,U,.K-^tion as to Ins rujfit t ithia privilege has ever^lieen raised. V..,u. .,H t,, Ins eligibil^^ity to rapraai u I. r nty in the atata
Beniiteafter In- . !, ,^^, ,^ was heard of until^the ooiispir.it ,rs 1, loofciaf iirmnid f.n^other IMaUl to I art In r i heir ends. To enter^^tain mm ^ prop ail i m with any aartoaaaaai
isthe purest ,, ^ls. ,... |t ^ ndniittiiio Hm|
McNamarsinishl Is Inelhribla tu hU aaal,^how wni uhl Mr. W ,i- ^i ba fianaitadt I be
factthat m is , j, |c.-,|,aiaate nivea
himno m .r. right to a senatorial aeat than^to tbe naaidency of 11., I 'uited States. Sup-^powtlnr eel |^^., ,1, i. nled candidates,^what w....hipiliheim senat irs do.
sent then,|,v uo f^rill ,,f
lawciuld Mi ^.,t^.n Isnvtine h senator
byraaann ,^ UcNamara'a uaaligibility.^Tme much is firmly established. It is^^timed. Iiouev. ^ n,,. |.v.o,^. farisnter,
nowi s.!^^!^.. ,. ujidjii, f^r aenatorlaj
boilus baa I I a k gaj pree. dent that^will be Meg an a filmy excuse f,,r smitiiiu^Watson. Hi.,., ,( ^ .. Iimej |^Kt , veniuu^afr.O rp aU raaidt | ba had not uveatl
(flltedthe matt. I. | | ^ MtatelUl llt Was ne-
oompaniidb^ ^ ^mtMumllli HUj
oleaginous m tn v,. doubts reRard-
methe aaearac; ,f the informttion.^If the first st, p ibuald Im- taken voiitrarv to^all l^^t tl nut hoi it:,.,. e,.nspirat .rs would^carry on in ittent with a bitfh hand, indis d.
I'if .11. ) Would Slop uutil
-PI i-on. Aft rtw.i fake^^ scheme w ill be al-^ie natural older of^my event the plot^' this extent it ia^t wo ru n it..rs w.ittld^reception from the^i nato liven bitter
l.sikisltip.hi as likely to furnish |^^ints in^carryini! the oonapirators plot to a sncoesa-^fnl termination.
Iwaa over in Park county last week.^^remarked \N ill Keiimsly while in Helena^last Saturday, ^and visited several small^villain*, and' was somewhat surprised to^find the number of people who voted for^me Inst October, for clerk of the supreme^Court. In one place where there was otilv^ten votes a farmer told me he hail nine solid^votes cast forme. Such was the story in^several pliicca. and I have even received it^numlier of oonirratulatorv letters on my^election and the fact that I received l.^T^majority, the larifest that any candidate re^^ceived.^'
WillKennedy, as is well known, is editor^of the Houlder Aire, and father of tin. Ails^tralian system of votint! m Montana. He is^ceuerally called now '^Australian Bill,^ but^he was liot the candidate for clerk of the^supreme court. It waa Win. Kennedy, of^Missoula, who it appears received many^votes I hat were cast for the Moulder K. n^nedy.
Thislittle incident recalls a somewhat^similar case which is-eurred in New York^eevfrnl years airo in a county election^where one Wiu. Kennedy, a MlaMVMMI r,^wua liomiilHted for MMI and Win. hen-^nedy, an undertaker, claimed the minima^tioii. Moth men went to work to push their^Maapakya and on election day a very larire^vote was scored for Win. hennedy. The^MBMMMl ls^ard counted (he returns for
Kaamadythe aalmai towrtTi and Kaanady
theundertaker was uri^eu by bis friends to^contest the case. The canvaaaiag board^were in a unandry for some tune ns to how^the muddle should Is. settled ill^view of the fact that both linn^had many friends who insisted that^their la vol it. was elected, bin hennedy. the^undertaker, linally relieved them of the em^^barrassment by withdrawim.' bis contest^The name of Kennedy seems to Is' fraught
wit ii aompUaal kw,
K.iine.lv, of Missoula, who was the MM*^ine. of tIn republican state convention at^Anaconda, is widely known, having la-en^county commissioner ol Missoula for al^^ut^six years, but ^ Australian Mill^ is umloubt^edly more widely known through bis work^^^n the new ch-cti',n law, the plan of which^he scattered broadcast In fnralka MMyMJM.^and it is possible, if the truth was known,^that a majority of the voters thought tin y^were casting their vote for Kennedy, of^Moulder.
OftoMlJ^ Dk ^feliks, of Mill te. is ill the^field as a candidate for register of tin Helena^hind office. Colonel Ji nks is an old U. A.^K. man and often defeated aspirant lor po^^litical honors. The colonel makes no bom s^of his candidacy, as he latin ves he has a^^dead sure thint;^ on the plum. The col^^onel, to hear him tell it, is the greatest^patriot in America, and if it bad not been^for him slavery would probably have never^been abolished. He was a candidal, for^I lilted States marshal, and toUeTed that^President Harrison would not M back on^an old soldier, but be was fisiled in this, as^is well known. The colonel has uo use for^lliiris.ni. but MMMal BBM Secretary^Noble'to aecure bis appoint mi lit. He^boasts with pndu that out of aiyjJMl^brothers he is the only republican among^them; also, that his brothers are all biK^influential men of the Keystone state.^4hie of his brothers was solicitor general^utid -r President Cleveland. SisTctary Noble^w . first licnicnaiit of the I bird Iowa cav^^alry, of winch ('ol. .li nks was captain, but^the secretary of the interior distanced Mr.^Jinks 111 acquiring honors, ami Imwhiih.^judfe advocate of the Army of the S.111II1-^west and 111 IMI was brevctted brigadier^general of volunteers, ('ol. .li nks says he^and Noble were old cronies, and he has 110^doubt that be will secure the appointment^he craves. Milt I he colonel forgets that tin^son of Ins pa has reserved that position for^an old chuiii, ami that Muss. I is I btojM^man than Si'cn tary Noble when it comes to^dlslribut bw * hi' s|siils.
Theday that Montana was admitted to^si rtefaou*) tin penitentiary at Deer Uataa,^111 mka to the foresight ol CioV. Toole, who^fuejj 'i, d tIn' passage of the bill lo secure^the atoriakwa porMioa in the ii.ie for^Molilalia, was ; ivell to Moli-^tani. With this r. MBM from^^ he 1 .^v. rn 1111 111 11 happens that Marshal^Irvin's conn. eti.,11 w ith the prison has
paeaedaway. and Ika result is that tin mmj
ofUnited S1.,t s marshal is 110 ktoJM I
aniectire,anil Marshal Irvin's ap]sniii.es
wills.sin be displaced by worthy democrats.
Theemoluments ot the marshal's ollicc now
consistsonly of mileage and fees, which w ill
notexeeed t-^UOI per year 111 Molilalia, and
ol. .leiiks is now laughing ^^ his sleeve
thatIn did in.i receive the appointment.
Theonly man win. I last bus far announced^himself as a candidate for paBitaotiary war^^den is ToM Me ! a ''ic. of Dm LodjMi Tom^lleid that |sisttioii tluriug Nlursbal Kelly's^a^ In 1 mi it 1 at 1. .11 ami would like to have it^Ma
toMMBlline of ilol s. consisting ef btojMi^wkx. kiillssli. wRshht.le. riu. wisil. ruhU'r, .tu*.,^ju-t recciviil at Tins, las' llivn.
t'liihlr..a*lt,^ sets ill Kr.vit varieti at l'tie
t'heiiepi...'.-sof cat er^-tAl sad line |Mitti^r^ st^r^'iiiarkal.ly low prices hi the J. Sleiumetl .lew-
ir t lianpnni's.
GIFTSfOll YOUR LOVER.
landedin n^senators w^ ret .^lowed tu 0 '^tbintrs go on.^should be .- ,1^very probable 1^meet w ith 11 v. 1 ^^republnaii n .
partisanship i^ s,,,,, times accoinpiin.il
Withsells. . Mm! |. . . ,, ,,, ^. v ,^^,.,,
claimsas nu-l.! Ii ,^t,.d by two sen^^ators *lect^ i I v ich n.c.tbiids would lie
treatedwitk ridieo .,, w.ndiington. Tha
pint,as given, is r.p.rt d to have the eli-^dors'in. ;it of tin cinel conspirators and a^majority of tin r pnblioan senators. It^must be tr.-nt.,1 mj noikto* more than a^bluff.
ThomasP. f, rry, 1 Miehigau, is in th^^city. Mr. Ferry, whu was UBttad state,
senatorfrom Michigarj and i.cting vi^*
presidentmm 11 ii 1. - eaa counted Into the^presidency. bai an in .treating hi t..ry. His^presence 111 Montana ,^t this time may have^more thau orduiMn .itinricancc. My tin^Oath of Vice-President Wilson he became^acting vice-president ,mjer PtmIOMOMM,^itnd aervisd until M iieh 4, 1H77. In the ab^^euoeof Preaident i.mnt he delivered the^address and pie-id, J ^t the Centennial oele^bratmn 111 Philadelphia in IH7H; preaided^over the iiupeaehiuent tritat of Secretary^Melknap; but his most important action^was ^h, 11 hr presided over the sixteen joint^meetin^ ,,f congress during the f..m ma^electoral count of |s;i. wn,.,, he declared^tliat li.,^es. who was Dot elected, waa elect^^ed, thus brinwiuii down upon himself the^righteous w.^th and indignation of the^Om.^^at..' |^ny.
Ur.Ferry has r.-m jv^d many attentions^from the arch coiispirntora who are sur-^roundni^ him. ,t ,K said. t^ Hac-rtain from^him aome arh-me l^ which the rump^legialatur. ,,^ ^uoceHHfnllv ^^two rump I inted Mates Senators. Hie ex-^penancs 111 count iuk .J0t^ and aaaistiug in^ooneummatiUK the gre^t fraud ot 1H7^T i
HunHav enporl t o il I'limpaiM,^nyeiils lor I liimtliar - ^^!. .^u 1 ,.sl
g\ PTOURAMH B\ HTAMW,
AIpaaaM of Seevet rorrespon.i. ii. ^- ^^^^BteavaM ot PsMtnaja aaanipa,
Secretcorrtwpondeiice by means of |^ist-^nge stani|^s might very easily Is' earned on,^according to Notes and yueries. A postage^st IBM can be stuck on each of the four cor^^ners of au envelope 111 at least twelve differ^cut pisitiona, forty-cighl ill all. TMM^t,nl\e different positions MM M re|sat.d^MtnllatOJMM tell other |m^ 'lU of the^ell vol. ipe. If it ia square and of ,'ikmJ size,^ninety-six to MP|at aHi Tins will give us,^say, l.'.l ill tier, lit modes, easily distinguish^^able one from another, of upplviiie; a stamp^on an envelope.
lit each one of these different posittoM^or unsles^or as ninny of them as are^wanted- represent a woid or a seni. n.e,^and let these words or sentences be tabu^^lated an us to form a code, such MiBMatl^M those who totoJtTCpk to very distant^pints of the world, and the system of cor^^respondence is complete. If adopted^and^I dare say it has ulreiidy been adapt, d it^would, 1 fear, be us,'d principally by krveta,^but it might evidently 1h^ used as a cipher^for all purpiKes. and a cipher tbat could^not possibly lie found out BMMI the MM^was laid hold of,
ImImMN bill of fare for to-day.
\full line of lutir ornanieiiU in the IaInd! n..v-^elii. -jn-t r^s, iv,si at M 11^' Hive.
Ifeaa warn t,^ Oa ^^. teVto Ik^ Bfaaaataf
apair af skaliss.
Hoinethiiurfor the lailins Chatelaine watclnw^BMBOW worn in *nak^-^kiii wristlets, tin ssls^onl) at j. hteinmeU J. welrjr foui|auij's.
Hobbyhorses, alaiajtoi rm kiiyi liors^^. wair.ins,^doll calo, etc.. in cn.il.ns variety at The llw. Hive.
Pope^ t('Connor have removed their^stock of druga and asaayer's material to the^elegiiut MMM in the Maih y block,^where they will have more room to attend^to tbe wants of their customers and the re^^quirements of their incirasi ,g trade, tiive^them a call ill their new store.
Jeffersonatoata Wry Wrak.
Naw'laLKAMs. Dec. 1^Jefferson Davw ^^very weak und cannot take nourishmeiit,^but his physician thinks he is aomewhat^better than laat uigbt.
HelpingGirl Readers to Solve the^Weighty Christmas Problem^Satisfactorily.
MakeVour Nice Younjf Man Some^of tho Useful Thing's Men^^tioned Below
Ilalulvi.Ifls for MMkatM A pari menu^I 11111 .ii.,i.i. l uahlons an.l tbe^Ot licloal I ul. ii.lar
Ihe leading Christinas question, what^shall we make for the gentlemen':' is some^^what less involved now that it is 11 whim to^lit out bachelor apartments and ..Dices with^dainty and luxurious appurtenances, and^the smart girl with deft flugera who |s^sses-^ses a nice boy cousin or man friend or some^^thing lietter, and, as she says, lovelier still,^can fashion uofts for bun enriched by subtle^suggestions of her own |sTsomilitv mid ar^^tistic skill that will Is- sure to please if she^reiin iiils rs this one principle, thitt the^b. nut y of an article is not au excuse for ita ex^^istence to a ma 11 unless It be convenience^and comfort demand it. lie doesn't care^for neckties on his cologne bottle or sushis^on his chairs or for a pretty litter of dainty^tulles whose mission to him is clouded^with much uncertainty, and lnssi.nl doesn't^stand still for joy at sight of a lace bureau^cover. but he does like silver backs to his^brushes, soft cushions for his coticli. atid^convenient receptacles for Ins Is huiirings.
Ifhe smokes, don't gtoj hitn another^mntchsaff or ciu'ar boldi r to add to Ins col^lection, hut make him, instead, a smoking^pillow of softest down. In ret mid ^i-nerous.^ami f shion it of smoky gray blue plush 111^delicious lights and shadows, with 1111 all-^over Mtttoa of darker smoke color iippliqtu d^011 with cold thread, and soiuewlii le twine^111 letters of gold, saying: ^My clonds all^olb.r clouds dispel.He'll think luce^thittga of Von as the f aint sweet fragranre^of the perfnrue you must not forget to scat^^ter 111 tlie lining floats about bun. To be^sure it Won't last long the perfume, I mean,^or the thoughts, either, for that matter^^but the pillow itself will not s|sul with use,^but k^row richer 111 color like n meerschaum.
Ifyou want to MMMtokta favorite nrcker^do not tic it up in a scarf of embroidered^Is'uuty mid utterly depraved mat incts,which^ia never where it Indian s; but make 11^tot down cushion for the seat and a NWeet-^MBtlltofl pllh'W for tin back, and then let^your soul revel in ribbons if you want to, as^you tie it firmly in place. the material^M s rviceiil.le rather thau bsi exquisite. A^very pretty covering is of golden Inown or^yellow ecru silk, with au all* ver MaiyjB 111^din k.r brown with tia.niesof gold. It. 111^a MMBMl ^f 111 ulvert. ne, be puts his teit^in such a chair, its reputation isn't damaged^for all tune.
Kveilall ollicc chair may he embellished^with embroidery if 11 is the right kind. A^very handsome one which some MBBd girl^has wrought has a turcoman decoration of^crimson leaves on a Kuhsui b ather covering^out lined and veined with gilt thread, and^with a massive frame of carved oak.
MMMare soim-t nn.-s v.-rv acceptable to^a gentleman for BMM use or in sleeping^apart in. ills to cone.'ill some necessary but^scarcely ornamental put of the furnishing.^A very handsome otlice screen made entire^^ty Iiv a won,an. carving and all. is of l(us-^siu leather and matting a shade light, r^than the leather. The matting lias 11^painted decoration of w.,odium and berries^111 shad, s of crimson, anil the leather has 11^is'iuliir conventional design wn.light in^braaa-toaded nails of ditlcrent sues, the^Whole batoyj* Vary substantial and husiness-
Aoirl 111 Malt imore skill, d 111 wood carv^^ing h is wrought a heatv carved oak frame^^OtltainiBH a full length swinging mir^^ror that any mail could not tail to^rejoice ill possessing, and 11 very^unique lire screen is a mirror naiutnl^w,th convolvulus, set in a carved wimkI^fauna. In the center a square of the glass^lias been cut away ami the iqs tuna close,1^with silver wire gaii/..', through winch tin^firelight hashes.
For|ka ^iris who do china p.noting there^arc benitiliil smoking Beta, tsjapidora, to^bacci. jars, und lani|is 111 loyal Won csti r^an.I I hi sd. 11 di coral ens. besides cups mid
Vacklcushions are also a Welcome gift to^nautical men, Hlid arc fashiomd of blue^danim, with a MMita of real fish-net^111 -Ii, -., com ring oil. 11 l ingular half und a^bright design Mi the other in colored Inn 11
I.tciitig Bottfolios a yard long and more^thru half as wide BMBMM the precious^prints a connoisseur loves to gather but^iiardlv know I w nut to do with, liny may^be more or less elaborately embroidered oil^i lie outside, but tbe prettiest ones, as well^,-ts most serviceable, are of so-called tea-^gown sat teens, with an all oyer design of^bright colors, mid an- always lined with the^finest, softest white silk, with white ril.lsiu^straps to hold them 111 place. Flexible^Ins.k covers of embossed leather or silken^ctivfh.|s.s daintily embroidered to conceal^the unsightly 11111^ r. novel or inag.i/ine art^quite acceptable to the average 11 st bet |fl^young man. und there are tasty gold em^^broidered bottle covers of chamois leather^that somehow redeem the most ordinary^brandy llask from vulgarity and theoiU to^^bacco pouches and shaving cases in new and^pleasing designs.
Someingenious women in Moston arc^making very unique gifts of liihtnl w.snl 111^the slnqs. of bill cases, writing cases, and^blotters, and a MBf f .i the maga/incs of the^Month, Witk a movable OOVCf that admits^Ma whole year's numbers. All three nitidis^are being made by the women at the art^nanus, and in Ika exchange and one gallant^gentleman down town luruislud bis entire^ofli. c with the work of woman's hamls from^tin sc depots.
However,we are not all cumin,g in the^use of the ciiisel and bftMb 'lid 11. sdW, but^tb. le is one |s ip tual, all-the-ye, r rni'iil^ChrtstutMjflfl that CVI r^ moth. rV diiogtil^can HMka for In r best young man if she c.^bundle a pen, aim tint 1s11nor g111.11cal.11-^dur. My this is not meant one 111 winch toe^sent tun its are all original, but ratkM thai^a Mitable qui itation be written for each day^ill the year, together with the^diilc. .11 a sin ' of 1 mper sli.btly^hm . r tnaii it is wide. W hen the wbota :ko
arecompleted It is t'lki ii to til himkhllldiIf,^bound and gilded at the edgi I like tin ordt-^v ' ilclldai. and fasti lied iii the lower^right l aud corner of a sqiiaie of hristol^lain d. 'the hoard has a painted il.s'i.ia^tkm of a Might of sw 'illows through ii |M|^^kiulowy bad,ground or a convent 1.uwd^scythe IB a tangle of flowers. All tkt boll^days, list ivals and auiiivers tries must have^their appropriate sentiments, and s.ilitl^flattery is coliveved by renieli-b. ring mid^quoting largely from tlie authors n.ast 11.1^Djxired by the frieiidsforwh.ini tin , ,,. ndu^is w 1 it t in. and who may think of you for au^Hist lit before he twists the little slnet he^tears oif cv. ry mortiiug int.. a .agar light, r^or buries It 111 the oblivion of the waste^basket.
Tryour lasit patent flour, the beet 111 the^market, and Whittaki-r Star hums, at
JohmT. Mi at in i t'o.'e.
Mil))^nir Christmas pnwnt* at The IW llivs.^Tlie) can suit the ^omia and old.
Hterlinasilver and plated ware at prices never^licforc quoted in Montana at die J. Steiumeta^Jewelry C.^iiq^ny'n.
ML In Helfua. Dec. 1. to Bjjp wife .if John^Aliel. adauahter,
ItI^xcecds and Towers in
Overthe Largest Assortment of any House in the State.
WeWill Open To-Morrow a New and Elegant line of Christmas Goods of. EVERY DESCRIPTION
BURNS.SCOTT.^LONGFELLOW. WHITTIER.^SHAKESPEARE, LUCILLE.
WAVELRY.BULWER'8,^THACKERAY. CHILDREN'S BOOKS^BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.^BOOKS FOR EVERYONE.
DOLLS' DOLLS ! DOLLS ! We have an Elegant Line of DOLLS, from the CHEAPEST to the BEST Look at our assortment
andbe Convinced that what we say is the TRUTH.
MANICURESETTS ' TOILET CASES ! These Goods are Manufactured from the Very Finest Qualities of Hungarian Ware and
andBon Ware and cannot be excelled for Fineness in any house in the West.
ANDTHOUSANDS OF ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION-
Ladiescome to us Confidently Expecting to see and buy the BEST GOODS in the City for the money. They ex^^pect it; they are bound to have them, and we are the only Live House where they know they can get them Our^Goods satisfy them and our LOW PRICES [compel our competitors to acknowledge our superior advatnages^We propose to put in some tellin^ blows with our unparalleled assortment of
Comeand inspect them and acknowledge with thousands of others that they have 1 o equal in the state lor the price.
SANDSBROS., Helena, Mont.
BYA CUSTOMER OF
MONEYTO LOAN AT
10Pr Cent.^For :t t^i ^^ Yi in s Time on \U^\]^Kstatt- in the City of
NoComuilieio'ts. Iniereitt iia^alile m'tui-annnally.
warnkm in hjmm nnvoMai
Wlientill.-, are |^.rfis I there will he no .lela) in
rl.HsiiurI.. . 1 .^.Mm. 111..111^ lo 1,.,'in i,u iniprnv**! harm* and^llant'ti.ss in Montana.
11.11. PALMKK, OeM liloek.
Ii.sin1 Is', hecim l Kkair
C.B. LEBKICHER,^3d floor Herald Building,
HookaNentlv Kuled hihI, Printed. Cal.^anil S^e wlint we can do.
15000Bays 12-Roon Hotue^Near Busiuem ( cuter.
IftSOOBayN New I1^^hm' thai
('^! Over $7000.
$1800Buya New ^^Room^House.
$200Bays Choice Lot Front^^ing Broadwater Hotel.
190Peel on Main Si.
Rememberwe are Agents for^All the Choice Residence Prop^^erty on the West Side.
r)0FEET^1 ^tn Hl.- k .l.statit from Km'li (or
'. I I ^ II Id Helrna. Batur.la^. N.iTember Kl. tu^1 lie witn ..t Dtuiivl .1. Welch, a daoaliter.
l^n I.iv Huston M reel, two Mock* fruin
OnfTiaanif mm til iniltny, for
Inthe HroiwlvvHter Aililition for
E.S. FRENCH ^ CO.,
ROOMS11 AND 11X.
111North Main Street. Piitstie Block.
ThatI Liva in Helena.
ThaiI MB not 11 Member of the Ijp^^lature.
TiiutI baq my On ii^H^ih..f BIUNSLL ^ CO.
Tint I .1111 not on the Water Coiniiiittee.^That I have not mime llaril Cash.^Tliat I -iH'tul it at MUMILLA 00.V,
ThaiI inn TlaMikfajL
ThaiBRl'NKLL'S trmle ib ltirreunin^;.
ThatI am not Presiilent of thew l'nit^^il Stat**.
Imi veil mono; this year liy trailing with HKl'NEI.L.
I'hatI'eople jrrow Smarter every year.
Whenthey are all an mwirt as I tun ami trade with
(XLTHE LEADERS IN DRY GOODS.
MitchellFirm and Spring Wagons,
FineSleighs, BarneHft, Lap Robet,
Bells,CarriageH, Boirgies. Cwrto, Etc.
Attentionia chIIisI to our .VSTONE^DI AMOND KINO at trim.
AUiluV SOLID QOLD WATCH for
ADIAMOND IflDGKLACV at ti.m\^another at ft',Vi.
Aapleniliil Oenerul aiwortment of Dia-^Mad Jewelry. Hold and 8il^*r^Watehea.
Koya1Wat. hes at |M0 Eitch.
QaJill*^Bil KaaidMM of every ^\tm.
Wemake a epecialty of Kare ami Curi-^oub deaignH in QoM .lewelry.
Si*our Trav of SOLI D ' JOLD RINGS,^Choir* i5.U^Eaeh.
111North Main StroeU IMUliurg Block.
THISSPACE EEJ-iCIrTO-S TO
TheBoot ^ Shoe Man.
SIGHTCP THE BIG- BOOT.
Ifvou want to make your Husband A PRES^^ENT of a NICE PAIR OF
Calland Select them from our stock, as we^have a Large Line in all Colors and Prices.
RALEIGH^ CLARKE, ^^^^^^a-