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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3 1889.
TitVALUE OF TROTTERS.
TheFortunes Paid tor Flyers^Men Who Appreciate the^Thoroughbred.
Sketchof the Growth of the^Value of Fast Horses From^the Beginning
fcvhrrtHoyy.r ^. I Hi.- P*M ^u^l llir Ml,^lleaalm of Hi* Baal a^11 West
Theremarkable reo.iriN made by young^^rott4^rntliiHH,-:i,^iii. ^.^^otlier with the limb^prioes MM ^f l!^'111 hroiight. have net^all interested 111 the lire-ding and perform^^MM^! tlie un tul r! i*^ ^'f harness homes^from the atndy plains of Shu I^ie^o, ^U the^borders uf Mexic ^. t^ the rook^ fleldH of^Maine, tslkitu: kbOVl Is* past history of the^trotter and MM pM^lfcttWei of the future.^Aud there n ^ it) rial enoughfc*iustrsctive
laiiBMrattef aont Ull to Urn through
thecomma winter Hiid uutil the trotter*^^oter on tli'-^^Issw, Think of^the Inta MlhlHIM MM younu stiil-^Uoiih. IxtelTa'-' 1- ^id Nelson's 2:14 v thu^welding-I^ i.Belle Hiinliti'
l-MS'I'lieu |^'inii r on the wile during the^season oi loolyta f..r *4^i,uUii, Mass,^woul fr POJOUB, Hell Hoy for^(M.tKI), ^iiJ the 'hree-ywir-old Aitell^^K fclOMua. ^ grand total of f24ii,MM for^four sires v ii MM ^|u ility in the stud MM vi t^to be prov.-.i 1 in ii- t^l trotter ut MMMl^outrank* tba tl '-looted thoroughbred m^value for it m doubtful whether Hanover,^Hindoo^h greate^t Hon, nfter he bud won
|t,imi during in- three-year-old career.
leadingall running horses in America,^oould ha\e he. n hold for one-third of the^money wbic-h UtoU l.rought. The f^i^.u^l^aald to h.iv Iti I' for Doncaslei head*
tbalist of iboroaibbrade. A ^Mahal the
Eowtbof UM ralM of the trotter from the^ginning of In^h prices, f^I.UUu and up^^ward*, will i^ tim^ ly.
lult^4. srban Mean, Homier, llar|^er,^CommiHlori' Vandarbilt, and other* were,^engaged in friendly rivalry on the road,^Ethan i lira's l*^ real 'Id dauohter, IV^oabouta* WS* tb* tl* trotter to go a quar^^ter in a rue in .c t aeoonda. Mi Bonner
nnid$Sfi, -h and u home for which lie
badMfmaad |5,0UU for her. Poasbowtaa^abowed Hill* at the Kaahioa Coarwa, and a^batf at Fleetwood in i ^i ,. she alio trot^^ted in 2:17 , on Mr. Honnef'l private track.^In 1H*^7 Mr. Bnavnrl purchased Hsssbts^Ionian's great ~ ^ii I), vier, paving $IWi,((W |^for him. D^ tt. r ^ it tbea '.^ year* old, and^had MM beal record. 2:17V He thought [^that when Unlet made hit per- |^formanoe the limit hud ban^reached. In l^7^i Mi. Homier bought^Hainbletonian'x three \. ^r-old aon Startle.^M4, paying ajU.UOU (ul that. After the pur^ohaae Startle trotted I trial mile in lilt,^Nine year* latel Mr Bonne* purchased^UaruH for fSfLliw), the big beat price ever^paid for a gelding. I'M* famou* trotter^then beaded the IMI witb^ record of 2 1.1 ,^trotting a trial mile after the purchase H
tllk.lalNM Mi W. H. Vanderbill ^obi^Maud S. to Mr. Bouner lor |4u,uU0, record^SKKfj. which sin ha.--n.ee reduced to 2:^lh 4.^There waa jn*t foal -ecoiid* difference in^the respective rec ifds ul Dentir, Kuril* and^Maud S. Whi n Mr Homier las-inn their^owner. Now Mr, HoBBM believe* that the^limit i* not reached, and that hi* |iecrleas^mare call beat it a point. Mr. Vanderbilt^bought Maud N. from Mr. George N. Stonu^of Ciiicimiati ^ban tin mm* ataa four Nan
old.Mr. Stone afterward ottered Mr. Van^^derbilt |lnoi.ii^i tor Maud S. but her owner^objected to liavini! In r go on the track.
Mr.Homier sjsu paid $20,111) for Kdward^Everett, son of llanililetoiiiiin. lu the ag^gregate Mr. HollUer has iipctldcd more than
jvm.ocnilor oboioi ruadatera, bat Ihoss men^tioiied |kM are ull that co*t (UU.tlk) or^more each.
Anothergentleman who figure* in the^rntlu r limited liat of men who have paid^1,000 or more for a trotter ih Mr. John II.^Bhults. Brooklyn'* millionaire baker, and^owner of the great breeding farm with a^private uiile track alongside the Hrooklyn^boulevard. At the famous Mt'Ferrau aale^in Kentucky in lrW, wlieii the highe*t aver^^age vet made on trotting st.x'k wa* reached^on the lir*t day, forty-two averaging f 2,'.r27^per head. Mr. Shult* paid the highest price^atthc*ale. |MiWk for the hI.iIIion I',in
aoaatfb] Woodford Maiabfiao, out of Bic^ara. I'auooaat'e record wa* -':'jr4.^made at Leiingtoii in 1m^4. Tba^horw wis tikeii to Mr. Shulti' bred^nig farm, where he waa at ruck^by lightning laat apring, but i* reported to^have recovered hi* vigor. Messrs. II. I-.^and K. 1). Stont, of Dubuque, paid |Xt,OU0^on the name day at Hie aale for Nutwi*^d,^2:18%. by Belmont, out of Mi*a Ktiaaell,^diiin of Maud S.
Theauction boom reucbed it* hi :he*t^mark last spring, when the four-year-old^etalliou Hell Hoy wa* wild in Kent ueky for^|:,l.nm to Messi*. .1. 11. Clark, ot Kliniru,^N. Y.,audGeorge W. Hopper.of 1 uiouville,^Ohio. This fautou* sou ot Klect lomi r ami^Heiintiful Hells had mude a record of M9M^aa n three-year-old on a track d^*p with^mud, and he waa famou* througoiit the^land. On the aame day Mr. L.J. Kose, of^Loa Angeles, *old hi* atallion Mamboai,^record :':14 ,. to W. S. llobart. of San Kran-^oiaco, for ^^^^ ^^^. About the *ame time Mr.^Bone consigned hia two-year-old colt Mas-
oot,by stamb .ui, out ^^f Minaebaba, M
Peter('. hellog A t'o.'s auction sale in New^York, at which the colt was purchased by
MarcusDaly, of Montana. forfSMHO. Tba
colti* turning out a clinker, a* lie ha* al^^ready trotted a qn titer in lit aeconds.
Illrelation to auction pricea of borne*,^Mr. Kellogj s iv- t h it in 1H.H, when I'll irlea
Baatoaaapaid' |1U,T00 for Itantnrrf Priaaa,
itwaa the highest genuine auction price for^a horse in tins eonntrjr, though Sam Pntdy^bad been struck down at $ad,HUt at auction^in California, but the sale, by special agree^^ment, waa payable bj mining propertica.^The gelding flarby, lUl'.'-i,, was put up by^the Wallace estate in about llVnl, ami was^struck down at 117.1KW, but it turned out^that he wa* bid in, and there was m^ evi^^dence of a genuine bid near that mark.^Years after the ^ state sold him for lea* than^|400.
Amongthe old-timers, Fearuaught, foaled^In lKW. after making ly* record of L'tlSl'-f at^Huflalo in 1MB, wa* sold to Mr. David Nev-^ins, of IWoii. for tei.ttUO. Kearnaught^nsed to trot with cotton stuffed m hi* cur*^and goggles over in* eyes. He was a very^nervous and high-strung horse. His owner^relegated him to the stud. He waa by Mor^rill, out of Jenny.
JeromeKddv.^the bay stallion by Low^Napoleon, out of Kauuy Mapea, that made^aensatiou in 1**2 by trotting in 2:10',. was^bought by Messrs. Jewett Jt Co. of Buffalo^for f2f^,0ilii.
Amongnotable sales of California trot^^ters the disposal ot the stallion* Anteo and^Antevolo. full brother*, both being by I h e^tioneer, out of Columbine, uttractad gen^^eral attention at the time. Anteo waa^foaled in l*7'.f. bis record is 'i:V^lt. and be^was sold by Mr. J. Cairn Siiu|woii ^^Brown A' (o. of halamatoo for |s^VIU^.^Antevolo waa foaUsl in IKMl. Mr. Siui|^aou^sold him to Mr. Kobert su-ele of Pbiladel-^phia for f %,^**^^ Mr. Steele al*o purcha*ed^the stallion Happy Medium, loaled 111^latEt. by Hambletoman out of Princess,^paying 922,5011 for the hor*e. Happy Me-^Oium's record was 2u12'sj. He died last^year, leaving thirtv-eight trotter* and three^pacer* in the 2:1)0 hat.
Thestallion Wedgewood, record 2:1H.^(oaled in 1*71. hy Belmont, out of Wood^^bine, waa sold by Mr. J. H. Clark of New^Brunswick for pMOO.
Thepbriioueual colt A xtell, whoae recent^aale for $luT^,uuo to a syndicate which is^said to be composed of W. P. Ijams of^Terre Haute, and A. E. Hruah and V. T.^Moran of Uetnnt, is the i r*-st. - usrvel of^recent dev.lopi... ut of ^p^ ^SI trotter.
Hei*by William K out of L ^o, and waa^bred by C. W. WUUtBM of Independence,^hi* owner and trainer nr^ to the tune of the^sal-. Altell made a three year old record^last year of 2:2:1, and bv persistent trials^this year kept on reducing his record until^he placed the stallion icoord at 2:12 recent^^ly at Terre Haute.
Acolyte,the nve year-old stallion, one of^the high-priced four mentioned alsive. m II-^ing for *40.tW), i* by Onward, out of Lady^Olive, lie has a record of 2::*), and waa^bred by H. V. l'epl^* ^f U imgton. Ky.
Othertrotter* reported to have been wild^for f2tl.l^Jti or upwind are St.Julien, Mr.^Hickok paying f20.^^l for a controlling in-^tercHt in the gn at gelding during his suc^^cessful trotting campaign, and afterward^buying the horse .lutr.ght on private terms.
fltachw.KKl.fouled in W^. by Norman,^dam by Mambrmo Chief, bred by D. Swi^'-^gert: sold for $.l^l,iM) to H. Durki*, of li-^conderoga.
(ioveruorSprague, record 2;2ll'i.' at five^years, foaled in 1^71. by Khode Island, out^of H^ lie Brandoni sold in UtN to J. L Oaaa^for t27,uoo.
JayOould r^'ord 2:20'^,. foaled in 1*64,^by Hambletoniaii, out of Ijidy Saudford;
soldfor fvOwned at Fashion Stud
Farmat Treiitoii, und taken to Kentucky in^l*^t;.
IjidyThorn, record 2:1*'4. foaled in lKatl,^by Mambrmo Chief II., bred by l^evi T.^Maodea, PwWtloMMl *^ld for MMVt
LadyMaud, record 2:Ih;,, foaled in laf'o,^b\ t.cii. Knoi, out of VUkBJ, bred by I, 8.
Lang,Augusta, Ma.i sold tor IJOjMO,
Patron,Hoard 2:M'i. foaled in lHM2.by^P .iicoaat, out of lleatiK*-. bred by J. C. Mc^Ferran A Boa. Loui-ville; sold for T27,UMO.
(leorget). Patcheri. record 2:2S^^, touted^in 1MB, by OaMius M. Clay, dam by Head-^em: sold for $2.~^.imi.
SamI'urdy, record 2:2ii'4, foaled in 1*^X..^by (ieorgi M. I'.itcbcii, Jr., ont of Whisky^Jane: sold for fjSLOOO,
Socrates,record 2:2:1',. foiled in lHW,^b) Hambletonion out of Lady Fallia;^pasaad through several hands to H. M.
Hiinth^^f Trenton, at 1110,000,
Banalind,r.-cord 2:21',, foaled in !*^*^., by^Abdallah out of Itiirch mare; sold for $20,-
Noaccurate record has been kept of the^tale of several burst* named iii thef^20,ol*)^lint, and a few of the sales have been i xag-^^Ontod, account* merely Htatuig that the^horses were Hold for such a prioci but in the^m.mi the figures are correct, e*pecially lu^the canes where the buyers were Mr. Bon^^ner, Mr. Shult*, Mr. Steele and other well^knowu lovers ol trotters.
Do^-on have njeoeetk IriSibaMf TeawUtaad'i^^enoparllJa, which h^- relieved llnsinaod* ami^will cure you. toM ^^^ dragifist*.
Whati^u Kartli^la the reason people will not. can not, or do^1 not ttec any differ.'nee in cheap n^wtrnms^put up by Cheap John houses or irresrs.tihl-^ble parties at enormous profit*, rattier than^take u mtalicine of world wide reputation^and one that is giving universal satisfaction^at equul prioo^ No medicine in the world^i* giving such unparalleled satisfaction for^purifying the blood M Hoggs' Hlood I'uri^In r and Ttlood Maker, and every bottle that^dtM'S not do it* work will cost you nothing.^For sale by hII druggmts, K. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agents.
B.batAVTFTS Magnifioent I'rislut;-^tion of Fraaer A (iill's Spectacular
1NEW VORK DRY GOODS STORE
lllustrateilby a I Irani! Company of
MATCIILKSSHALLKTBI^BEAUTIFUL MARCH EH I
(JOKtilaOrSSt KMC EFFtXTB!
Hrnitftbo Childroa to s*^o tbe antico^the g^s*l SI'l DKR uinl the evils of^the wicked FLY.
epidemicof dyaen-^llux in rape, county, Illi-
Tbefewa* a terrible^tery and hliHaiy
noi*,I ist siiiuiiiiT. As many a* live death*^occurred in one day. Me**rs. Walter Broth^Maof Wnlter*burg, sold over HO bottle* of^Colic, Cholera and Diarrbo a Kcmedy dur^ing this e|iideiuio, and say they never beard^I of it* failing in any case when the direo-^tlulls were followed. It wa* t be only medl^oiue used that did cure the worst case*.^Many (htsoiik were cured by it after the^doctors had given tb. . up. 'I weiity-tive^and Ml cent bottle* for sale by II. M. I'ar^obeli ft Co.
Peculiarlii combination, proporthsi, anf^|^re| ar*tlon of In^redlciits, MOfTtfkM0fa^^rdls piweeKKCi tho curative value of th^ t^ '
knownWO U f^f^ft ^e ,! s ^'
tregetableriOOU 5 1. i n c.n oin
Peculiarlu It* strength ^ml ccouotny, Hi*^r*^Surs.iparllU I* the only in^ faMM of ^ bl h c.n^truly be said,' Hue Hundred IK^m-s Oim Is.'.
tar. 1'ucullar In Its nicillclnid merit*. III'i
Barsaparlllaaccomptlahei enres hitherto tin
Uietitle of ^^ l'tin greatest bl^^^d tmrtllnr cvei^dlscoyeroit^ I'eculliT lu II* ^k.mhI name^at hoiue,**- there I* more of llnod'a Sursa^parlba MM lu Lowell th in of all MbM^blood pur.lii is. 1'ecuUar lu It* phciiisnen.il
noother r CtUlluI i :^ irattoa
everattataof so rapidly bat laid so
steadfastlythe confidence of all claMi*^of people. Peculiar hi the tsaln-W 'tk whuli^It reprcwut*, Poed*i s.ir- ifOfUM cisn-^litnes all I' ^ knowledge v^l i' ll HfM
scienceInn I O llsCH d^ \. !n|., ^l^with many years pructlcut ct|* ilcnce In^pre|^niiX Iiicdlcic*. He Mile to gel only
fbaftiy sllitmrirtit*. f I; ^l^ f M '^ PiefSSWdsat|
t^1. i a in., apotbfsai.^^^,I...^cii. Hast
IOODoses Ono Dollar
Anentertaifitnenl eiiibnicing eyery^tlung tbut is tsipular. C/omexly, Music,^Hurleb^|ue. ['uritiiiniiiio, Dperu and^Specialty.
ICi'wirvtxlsent sale u|m^iih Hutunlay^niorning nt I'o|hi A O'Connor'* new^store, llailey blix-k.
THEEVENT OF THE SEASON
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THKHI IH.I.Ml^Coniislt nitrl.t i - KAIKKAX^1 lit Wllltl.li AliAlNSC IIKIt
SPECIALSCENERY, NOVEL EFFECTS!
Hftf'iJar I'i i^ I fMiag *l ami N c^Mit^^Mntintw'. aftc., !-Ur. ainl Y.^r.^|U^^^rv^^^l S^^U on Khlf M r^ i-^^ ^ H Tdtunur'a
DHW if K- Htofl*. I in-Icy MI'm-k.
Bsftfiavkxue,^pakk avkntk. and^^BfTOM avk PBOP1
WarelciiseIxita adjaeent to lUulroao
KasiiletioaLota in all parts of the City
ahuiiiImk of Fine Kesi.lenoes.
KevornlCottfu/ea near Depot for Ml* oi^Installment I'lan
TownI^iUi and^Cooke City.
Anumliorof Fine Kaiichee in^Valley for sale Very Cheap.^WM1TK, lOBtmCmk CO.,
ROOa.lB and 6,union b1xxh
TheGclotrated French Cure,
POSITIVIGUARANTEE^^ curl iu^^'in o( iierrinit^I M *^s, ei au^^^isafaai of the^(^iierallva or^^aus Ot elthe:^Ml whetnw sr - . -^i. ag tniin the Art ER^i^^ us ol siiumlauts, labases oi uplum^... I lirtji^n youth fill loillerretliiii, erer In n..K^Wet Ac., sueii u I'seol Urslu Possr, Waketa.^-e^i HeartBS it iwp Psins to the Back Bemin*
s/eskneas.Hi % Nervoee Pnatiatton s ^ tm
* Eiunwlont, leucwrTtnes. IMextneai. W*sk Men^HI l/Mf oi Power aud Impotency, which II oe^^,^'ied of tea iced ^^ tirvmaiureiihl we aud ^u^r^tv prteetl to t bni.tbozaa luilaMI Heat t^aati on ^. ^^ i ot orlna
i\^ KITl ENtll AKAWTKBIorevarytt^.-ler. iO return) the money II a Farrnaa^^tire la not rtterted 1 houtandi ol teatiaioouu^MM eld ana vouna. of both tu'iee. nerma.ieu^^^.w-i by ArMaonmfi. circular Irte. Addis*^1H(- APHRO MEDICINE CC
WSBTIKS'SSAHca^^OI firVHTUkUl). Ok
no'tnyt. ^ d^i^ a absaaaaaa *a^ ratal.^ag^ii^s, * ui%^^^is tat Ua.aaa. II ^^ i
Thetreat in^f those ebr
ntof Many thousands of case*
intowent.'leases and distroRKin,
mini'in* pci Hilar to feniHlcs, at the Invaliils^Hotel Mtid ^.nirlcal Institute, HuirHlo, N. V.,^has nil .riled a \ sst ci|*'rleiieo lu tin* Jy ailapt^Inir and tn ^:^ nnhly betiiiit remedies for Hie^cure of woniiin's peculiar iiialaiinn.
Ir. I'lcree's i'avorlle freserlplloa^Is the outtrroH'tli, or result, of tm* Kn it ana^valuable ciperienoo. 'I'h'.iiaands of teMlnio-^nlala, recclv d from patients anil from phyai-^claus yho bSTS testad It In the more sniria
tedai d otiotlnate eases wbleh had biiftl^their skill, | rue it to be tbe most wonderful^rviin dy ever devk**l f~ ^aiwlef and rureoi^fjffi rlna wotn n. It in not recVanrwnaea as
euro-ill,^ but aa a ino*f perfect ^BMtfM for^woiiisn's |*viillHr albueiita
.%ea potaei rut. Iiivlaora'liin foulr^It ImparUi atieinttu to tbe wbOM aynteii^and to ttic womb and Its apt enilnsi * I^nartl'iilnr. Knr overworked. worn-out,'^run-down,^ ilehilltabtl tescbers, iinlltners,^dnwiiiakers,a^ suistressiw, ^sliop-ali Is,^ Iioiim^isnpetBj aiirssnsj others, and fasbM waaas
nerslly.Or. Pwrafs I'svorlte I'rescriplioa^m the ifii ^t at eartldy bt*^n, b our imcijiisled^Mannppeli. na nrnisl and restoistlve tonic^As a ^OOthlnn ami sir-nmli. oIiik^lien Ine. ^ I iiviuite rmscrlptlon^ la i^qualt*! sua !n Invaluable In all'ijlhtr end sub.^Hints* tniv ^i- encitability, irritability,^baiiatloi'. n trail.hi, bjhtcna. aps:.ins ana^other di^ resting;, n rvous aymptonia com.^mouly stt^ i ' t upon functional ami orirsme^dleeaso of lbs womli. It induces icfrish.ng^sli-cp and i'li ica wonts! anxiety and de^^Spond' icv.
Ur.I'I !-^ e^ Favorite Prescription
laa leelitrttuto medicine, iwrefully
erMrounoi*! by sn ngtistMnoetl and akilllul^aliysi. i ^ i. and sdapt'ii to woman's delicate^ortanlsafliio. It is pure y vcflvtabto in Its^ompoaiUoo and perfeotJ/ burnile*s In Itr^de ls lu ail] co ditlon of the RyBtBSBi For^luorrnnk* sUUne-n, or nrusoa, from whatevei^cause u. wvak saauaob, Imiifestion, dys-^pepstaaiid ' ,| sviii|^ii iii*, its use. In amaH^dosi'M, will pi ire very peiH lh isl.^^ I nvorlic I'reaci .plloii H Is a post^l*c fit re tor the nmst conn Hint. .1 sod ot
iiflem*)rrheu, nioessivo tlowlnff,^lairnatlon, uniiatiiial aiippnssions,^^r fuliinv f th w inb, weak bs ^^^kn. ^i, anteverfh p, retrovcraloa^^ :. ei 'irattona, cbronic coiunvtlon,^B t i l nlicrstlon of tnc womb, in^, pain and Baaaaraeai in ovaries,
'I^ . t h ^internal beat.^^:nl;.tor and proinofr of func-^i .t in it critical i* i n d of cbanirf^^1 to ^ ontsnluMMi, ^ lavortte I're*^m i perfectly safe remedial^dues only good rt nilta
Itana valunble in it* efTccts^. r tlio^o disonlei's s^d ilersniro.^k ut to that later and n nat . . .i)^wn as ^The I'buniv1 of l.,lc^tat arlio l*r^ script Ion,^ w h n taken^tn eaaaeri nn wttk Hk^ use of Dr. ISerei _^^^il DMsofSfr, and nna I Is' ative
sl.ivr. Kidin y a id llls.lilet^r touih.ned u*c a^. and s'ldiahi-a n^iirtnej fmuj tbs sj^1'i esrrlpiloi.'^^^ . iieii.sold ny di n :i^anaraiitee. It.
.u ,11 give satM .i:^. m II be tvfundixl. '^. ,. .ntiil on tbe tiotia^wraptsir,^v oarrtaf out for pysay yi-sra.^Ii ^ iliOdcwtn rl.tio, or sis
pc.infului^a-oktoK'i*.'^' fonale w
MntpantAs a r^^tloual a't^from gii-n^script Ion ^^and can |^saaaUy en^wnen Ika^ntenta Ind^per i'at, ki
l.liri M dl^1 a of I sr,
I'avor'^meilic in f ^^^ aiMtitli^gaBtUri I... :^^ousi'.oi in *^i^Ms ti^.*^ is i^and I-.' bl il
Forktrs^'.^Ifonien ih '
-tbf only^' -.tiruler
themaiiu-^'i ti in every^us giiiirsn-
ii-uUkITreatise en Hiwasesol^pnper-^vvoi-i d^, send f*n^ornt* in MaMae. Address,
World'sllipin^ Medical association,
MlMniu st, ui it mo. v b
Itis with extreme gratification that we an^^nounce the opening of our December stock of^Holiday Novelties. We entered the market^determined to signalize the coming season by^a stock which in its magnitude and complete^^ness should mark an event in the history of^holiday openings for Helena. Every effort has^been made to include in our varied assortment^only reliable goods. Goods which shall be^more valued when they have stood the thor^^ough test of use and wear. The advent of^Christmas awakens new and generous feel^^ings within the hearts of mankind. All are in^search of something as a token of regard for^friends or dear ones. Our effort this season is^to meet the demands of all let their circum^^stances be of the grandest or the most mode^^rate. We shall be glad to welcome any and^all to our store and show our goods. Every^^thing is marked in plain figures at New York^prices. The super] ative excellence of our^merchandise is our great pleasure, as well as^the satisfaction of the public. Hoping to see^you all before our stock of charming effects is^broken, we oresent our compliment and regain^Yours Respectfully,^New York Dry Goods Store.
Outof Town orders Promptly Filled.
NEWYOHK DRY GOODS STORE,
CornerBridge and Main Streets,
ii i i ti i in ism:.
TheIiiirtfeet Iieinlint; Hotel.^ tyim the very bout accommodations in the^llatea reilucexl; t- |*^r ilay anil upwiinls, according to location of rooms.
ThePioiejr of the Great Westl
IHELENA.^ - MONTANA.
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN, Proprietors.
TheOldett. Molt Desirable Leading Flrst-Class Hotel In the City.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow prepared to deliver Coal from its Mines ut
r^.-r^-n t ,nnar
Toconsumere in this City. For Domestic and Steam purposes Kooky Fork Ooal^has no superior in this market. It lights Readily, makes Hot Fire and leaves little
ash. Try it.
PrincipalOffice: ROOM 25, PITTSBURG BLOCK.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
SheepPelts, Wool, Tallow^Ginseng and SenecaJRoot^[Sheep Pelts and Furs a Specialty.
101.103'^ 105 Second St^Shipments Solicited.
U.S. PUBLIC SAMPLING COMPA'Y.
CityOffice Removed to Second National Bank.
Saaiplea'andAssays made of All Ores. Consignment solicited. Samples of each^lot submitted to the different Smelters, and the Ore Sold to the Highest^bidder Sampling Works at Northern Pacific and Montana^Central Railroad Junction- Take Motor Line.^WHITE FOR TERMSTELEPHONE NO. 71.
Runon Both American and European Plans^Traveling Men.
T.H. MORSE Proprietress,
GilchristBros. ^ Edgar,^E. L. Honnkr k Co., -^The Mink.rs' Lcmuer Co.,^O. E. Mil.i.18,^BoMJ 4 Bailey,
-Helena.^Deer Lslge.^Butte.^Park Cit\.^Big Timlx^r.^Bozeman.
F.sTKK, CONNEIX Co.,^A. FltAZER,
OntVouwo,^BUM Bros.,^W. EL White,
Manufacturerand Dealer in
Bits.Spurs, Quirts. Whips. Lashes, blankets. Sheets, Dusters, Slickera,^Nose-Bags. Sweat Collars, Horse Boots, and all other goods usually kept^in a tirst-class harness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main Street, ^ . HELENA, MONT.
ALarge stock of Imported ahd Domestic Suitings, Overcoatings, Trouserings i^Fancy Vestings, which I am prepared to make up on Shortest Notiae. ~^Workmanship and stylish Fit (iuaranteed. Call and get my prices before p^chasing elsew here.
NO.13 PARK AV^N
iPennBlock, Corner Main 6treet*^Oppoalta International.1
EverythingNew and First Class. Steam Heat and Elevater
RATES:FROM $1 TO $2 PER DAY.
HasN attest Place la Helena, antljlioud A centum uaattona: HU*at Can to aaW tram all
FAREimi' to hotel