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TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA, Tll-SPAY MORNING*DECEMBER 18, l
lUmlluncMst ^!^^ risk of aubscrl^Inia mail* by register^ M^*^^r, cl
aoiul*r eipress or.l-i. i^^ynl.li-^^ ^ilir ^^' t'ublliilili.u: romi'iiny.
desiringthe Independent^tome* sf plae. ef buslr^oatal card or through lel^^lease report ease* ol In
ihouldbe handed in oeu^^d communications net^is poatsge I* .ncloaed.
Insur.prompt la^^ird In boforo I p. m.
tbhms^^r m um sumoa
pally(lnelndln* Similar) per venr .^Daily (In luuliig Sunday! ^'^^ month.,^y (including Sunday) three mo...
HELENA.V^)NT Dec. II. MM.
Mnntanlan*abroad will always find The
PallyIndependent on rile at their tine
hotels:Dfth Avenue .nd Metropolitan.^New lork; We*t. Minneapolis; UaMum^^nd rala.e. Ban Pranclsro; MoIVrmott,^Butle. Leland Hotel. Sprim;!!. I
A.A. Campbell Is the only^traveling agent ut this paper
Reportedfor The Indepen lent by It M.^Crawford, rolled Btates obs r\.
Ca. ni. 6 p. m.
Maximumlempcratutc^Minimum tempi rnture.^local foreoest f^t H''^^1^day fair and stattoi arytrmi
;ts.2t- u - i
Asenatorial oosnMnatlon that would^mean bralna and huslnees. would be^Carpenter and Couch.
Whenyour uncle Dick Bland offer*^hla free silver amendment to the Cur-^llale currency bill there will be fun.
Alittle group of democrat* within n^radlu^ of one hundred and fifty miles^of New York were all who could be^mustered to vote against the Income
Ifthe Rev. Pr I'arkhurst want* to^^trlke a rich lend let him dig Into P u^Piatt's political paat. The New Turk^poller force la done for and Tammany^needs u real.
veraltyof Montana can do a grent work^If It doe* in^t nt once have the fine^uendemlo halla In which It will be^homed at an me future day.
Agent*of a colony of Hollander* are^In Scuttle negotiating foe lamia, and^are sending back cast specimens of^farm ]iro^1 net a grown In th^^ region.^At Kalamazoo, Mich., an exhibit of tho^product* of the Kittle o' Washington la^to be made. There are aald to be *ov-^cral thouaand Hollanders In Michigan^nil^ would like to bettor their coudl-^tloh ami the agent of the colony tells |^the Seattle llist-lnti lllgoncor tlutl^thousuuds of families Id Holland are^ready to com^ to Ibis country. ^We^have made up our mind*,^ said the^narcnt, ^that the only proper way to In^^duce these people to emigrate la to lay^btTeie Ihem vpeelnien* of Hie product*^of the country. They have been pre^^sented with all aorlvof circulate and arc^ItrowltiK sceptical of them.^ What |^pliy It Is that these people should be In-^rH*4l to pass rlKht tliroUKh Montana^wltkotll stopping. ]* the time ever^comlrff when our people will make or-^Will i fieri to secure such desirable^M tilers
iWe trust that before Commodore^l\^wer and Mr. Hartnun come home^to begin their senatnrlnl enmpalgn they^*JQI kave s-eurcd the passage nf ^he^Helena public building Mil.
Acorrupt practices act ^hould be^JJtUffl by the Montana legislature on^the day that body 1* organized. Tie re^1* no need of delay In this matter. Sus^^pend the rules ami push it along.
Thecomments of such of our repuhll^can conteinpoiarle* as h*ve opinions^on the senatorial question are getting^be Interesting reading. But unfortun^^ately they do not agree on the slate.^Thus the Orcat Falls leader Is appar^^ently unhappy M*J r the discovery of the^^ ^iiini.idor, ^ Utile in riuigciiient with^the west side forci s. li says; ^The sena^^te] l.iI MMMmMm of Mantle and Power
h 'ins t.i have In fully declared. The
InterMountain speaks hlghl^ of Sena^^tor Power. The Anaconda Uecorder.^Mantle* Auuconda paper, mentions^Mantle and Power in glowing terms.^Mr. Power-* organs, the Ilenton Press,^the Hillings Oazette and the Fergus^t'ounty Argus, see great things in Mr.^Munlle. All the Daly papers speak^softly of Power. We are expecting^every day to see Paris lilhson and Tim^Collins ,,ut v.irklng for their old enemy^whom tli ^ i:ave so often charged with^having 1^. i hostile to Cascade county^anil Oreut F.ills.^^The esteemed Nelhart Herald, however,^devote* a careful column to the sltua-^ation and read ^* the conclusion that^the proper and winning tick.-t Is Man^^tle and Weed. It conveys no iiuimaliou^of the combine discovered by the^Leader. Hy the wny, would the lyader^mind telling us who It* candidates^really are
Thefirst fine for selling unstamped^playing cards has been Imposed 1^\^Secretary Carlisle. A Pennsylvania^man told a dozen pucks without^^tamps and It coal him lift] d Iter*.
Theadvertising columns of The In^^dependent tell tln lr own story of holi^^day activity. Our merchants never had^more attractive displays und larger^^locks, and the coming week will he^their harvest time.
Lumpliulch, Ifarysvllle, llasln and^Belt are as lively mining communities^as can be found In the I'ulted Stutrs^to-day and they are only four out of^^ *core that we sluill see at the high tide^Of prosperity with tie- opening of spring.
Inthe death of Robert Louis Steven-^son the world loses one of the greatest^^tory writers who ever lived, and on--^of the great masters of English prose^The demise of this writer at th^ early^age of 44, when his future was *o prom^^ising, W^ 1,e keenly depl in 1.
TheIron Age repoits that ^^:) Dec. 1,^the blast furnaces of Hi I'nlti-d StutrB^were producing 111,7(1 ton* of iron per^Week against W^i i.- t we. k dm inn tie^month of Ni \ ^ inl.ei Then has been^mn Increase every week since the new^tariff law went Into effect, We turn this^Item over to tie r i ubllcan croakers^Without further comment.
tfAnd now It Is said that It Is doubtful^If a majority of Ohio republicans are^ffor McKli.ley for 18H With his policy^Tepudlalcd b) the party nl Washlng-^ton. and his candidacy n)t favored by^hi* party In Ohio, the Buckeye Na^poleon sec-ma tu be Hearing hli Water-^loo. Kvery day the odds grow bamvtw^In favor of Benjamin Harrison as tin^^ext republican standurd bearer.
Ifthe southern member* ^f congresa^Mpport the currency bill pending be^^fore that body, In opposition to tin^^liver men of the West, Ihev call baldly
beblumed. Said one southern member^Who bus always v.'.d for th^ flee^Coinage of silver, ^The defeat of Iiiutel,^Itryan, Knloe. and other prominent^leader* nt the silver forces, Indli itei^that the people of Ihclr distiii U have^given up the tight l i silver and wanl^tancthlng else. The next best thing^Is the currency bill which wd glvi Mr.^sum^ Increase In lie ^ o . ul.i i iiu- iie'-
dllim to l elleV llll III - II i '
Thatli the wny the people of the ^i.uth^feel. When the time comes they will^be ready to vole Tjr the r^ monetlzatlon^of silver.^
AThe cltlzinn of Missoula arc taking^hold of the : tab- univ-i siiy ni.it t' : uitn^Vigor and enthusluf in. No doubt they
liaveacted wisely In deciding U] I
buildingfor the temporary homo nf^the school. A great university can l^-
bull'-up without having line buildings^of lis own. In fact many western col-^leges have made th^ si rlou* mistake of^^pending too much for buildings and^too little for their faculties. The K'^at^Johns Hopkins runiverslly was started^In all sorts of scattering b ased build^^ing* In Baltimore, and grew to be one
ofour foremo- i ,^. nun, |^.f.,r. it
m4a building of u, own. The uul-
THE111 MAS WHIM MVINK.
1The sense of touch Is dullest on the^back.
Thehuman skeleton, exclusive of the
telh, consists of a^S bones.^Hair is very strong A single hair will
lear a weight of 1,15^ grains.
Thenormal weUhl of the liver Is be^^tween three and four punnd*.
Theonly Involuntary mils. I^ composed^cf red or striped fiber* Is lh^ heart.
Menhave been known to lose by per^^spiration ;.^^^ or e.uSJ grain* an hour.
Inthe space of a quarter of un inch^SgUsWI Wlthof found 117 black, in.' brown^and 182 llaxen hairs.
l'ndernormal circumstances a man^throws off two |^oiinds a day In sensible^and insensible iwrsplration.
Theheart ordinarily heats about sev^^enty times a minute, are! throws about^two ounces of blood at Mi h einitriii tlon.
Tkti uplll u of ihe lingers are about^one one-hundn dth part of an Inch high^nnd one two-hnndi ed-und-llftieth of an^Inch In illamtter.
Thehead and face have elKhty-tbre^muscles; the neck hus forty-nine; tie iho-^^ ax seventy-eight; the abdomen thirty-^three; the buck seventy-eight; the upper^extrcmetles ninety-epjht; the lower in*.
Aftir Baaing throngs! the liver ihe blood^loses a great pail of its fibrin, but what^becomes of the latter v.lhst*nee is not pos^^itively known.
Thehuman hours retain the air In theli^substance with such cbstlnacy that It ran^r.ol re sgpeWsd by any i ompres: . hi spoi l
ofabasiatety dsslntagnrtwg the ti4^;ies.
A well piopoiilonr.l woman w'SafS a
:I whose number Is half that cf her
glove.I'or Instiinee. If BSf ggsva Is No^f. I er shoe tdiuuld be No. J. -bt. bouls^(.^^lobe-Demo.-rat.
!inthe play, as we bowled along^In th* carriage. Ah, how well^Then Wagers now In my hear; of hearta^The magb' of that spell'
I tan not Speak In an gtttWl word
TWIhOUghl 111 my heait that night,^Rg4 I gaged in SSI ^ y. f and I tlsSUght she^knew.
AndI 'hiilled with wild daHgtlt
ThenIt was that I dm d, us we sped along,
Totouch her baud with mine^l'nder the robe, and I thrilled nguln
/fw n oovMT (ran /^.
Th*Supreme Court Decides a Yellowitone^County Case.
Thesupreme court yesterday handed
downa division in the case of A. M.^Crawford Vrrsu* The Mlnneeota anj^Montana hand and Improvement com^^pany, brought from the Yellowstone^count) dlr.lilct court. The purpose of^this action was to obtain a decree ad^^judging the plaintiffs entitled to twenty
orlf water flowing In defendants
canal,and to enjoin the defeiidiuiln^frogs Interfering with, or depriving the^plaintiff of such use.
Thecompany years ago be. ante the^owueiM of a large trad of land In Yel^lottstonc county, and built a dltrh from^the Yellowstone forty miles into t|**if^land, for the purpose of Irrigating II.^In October, lt.s:i. (he plaintiff bought^eighty acres of the company's land, nnd^i^. a number of years used IWOsU)^Inches of water from the ditch without 1 EN me^il^any objection from the company. Since^then the company has deprived the^plaintiff of water by using the How^above plaintiff's land. The plaintiff In^^hered he hud a right to the water, and^brought suit in the district court.
Tothe plaintiff's complaint the de^^fendant* demurred on the ground that^It tailed to stute facts sutllclcnt to con^^stitute a cause of action. The demur^^rer was sustained by the lower court.
Thedecision, which I* written by^Judge Harwood, In part la: ^To ud-^Jinlav plaintiff the owner of an Interest^In defendants' Irrigating ditch, to the^extent demanded, would In .fleet , v^lend their Hcnulsltlon to things beyond^and unconnected with the property de^^scribed In tj;e conveyance or the con^^tract to convey, and lhat extension^would be founded In parol evldenee^that certain representation* were made^by the defendants *S to Its purp.net;
ofconstructing such an irrigating ca^^ll t ^ make water available to irrigate^its lands, representation* not even al^legecl to have been made to plaintiff^when he purchased the tract of eighty^acre*, nor Incorporated In any of the^papers executed In reference to the pur^^chase, but merc!^ alleged to have been^made by the defendants during a per^^iod which covers the date of plaintiff's^purchase.'
Lateron the opinion say*: ^If plain^^tiff has enjoyed the use of twenty^inches of water taken out of Ihe ditch,^as alleged, that enjoyment must have^been bv sufferance of defendant, who^exercised dominion over the Irrigating^canal.''
TheJudgment of the lower court was^attlrmed. Chief Justice IVmbertoii and^Associate Justice DeWttt concurring^In Justice Harwood ^ opinion
Sliars LMSSdry ftoapfS5
3Cans of l.y^
IPsckages Washing PowderB
4Packages Ulo.s Starch It
10Pounds Apples iIS
sipoind llox Apple* 75
5i^iuid rail of i oilolene
AppleCider, per gallon
2Pounds Kasteru Apple Hotter ...
CoveOysters, per can
lieIk llakiiig Powder, per pound 25
HoodBread Flour, iwr sack 13
2Pounds Mixed Nuts 36
JPounds Mixed Candy
iiliood Cigars for 1 00
APart ul the Immense Stock of
OiChicago, consisting ot
[a,^'^' Jl L MInc. M*Nai.ip .
And1 prSBSSd |i icenlly. Alas for m*.
Corlater on, 1 own,^I I'uiind I'd pn s.ieij not my deur one'i)
Huttliat of h'r chaperon,^n sdsr dear, pray blume me not,
Talishoes in bjm no leek;^I squtfess* -he s/resjg luuid, it :- trqej^Hut then, she squesSSMj mine ksV k
TMBsgssTiDm ih, i^m.
BMMeg ft In si tin kiiiK'lom of Hod und
lii-l1sTkts^ess)SSB; and all theac thlngii^shall he lidded unto you -Mnttln v. (, r..
AnOld Timer of Montana and Nevada^Pa,se^ Away.
FrederickBosch, an old-timer In^Montana, died Sunday night of a com^^plication of diseases, at his rooms on^North Rodney strict. Mr. Bosch had^ben troubled lately with nn opprossed^feeling about the chest, which he at^^tributed to the sccutnu'atlon of fat,^und had been doctoring himself for It.^tin Saturdsy he was taken with a ter-^ilble cold, and on Sunday was un .Id^to leave his room. Dr. O. H. Dogge wns^summoned. Mr. Bosch died about ten^^ . i ^^ k that night. The Immediate^cause of death/was pneumonia
Mr.llosch was a native of Austria,^snd came to this country when quite^a young man. Along In the sixties he^went to Diamond Cliy. where he made^considerable money. With this he re^^turned to Austria, and Bpent several^years there. While In Vienna he learn^^ed the trade of tinner. Returning to^Virginia City. Nevada , where, du'lng^the big boom he made a snug little for-^tnue. After another visit to his native^land he went back to Rtn^. and en^^gaged In Ihe tinware and hardware^business. He came to Helena ubout six^years ago and. hy wise Investments In^real estate, added to hi* wealth. He^built the big block where he had his^More, and In which he roomed. D^-^censed w is .^.2 years of age He !. axes^,i widow, who is nn Invalid, but no chil^^dren. He has a brother In California^and relatives In fjermany.
Thefuneral will take place to-day, at
p.in., from his late residence on North^Rodney street.
Don'tWaste Yoar Time by Traveling on^Slow Train,.^The Orcat Northern railway leaves
Helenathree hours later nnd arrives^in SI. Paul ten minutes enrller thnn al!^other Hips. Close connections at St.^Paul foi all point* south and enst. and^only two nights out Helena to Chicago.
Cityticket office, No. t North Main^street.
C.E. Dl'TTON. C W. PITTS.
OealAg't. City Ticket Ag't
Comfortin Traveling Is Everything.
Kveryhodyknows that the Northern Pa^^cific la the most comfortable and best^^ ^nipped line between M' lena snd nil^points east nnd west. It is th^ only line^running IhrOUgS dining ears throiinh^Pullman standard ami learlsl Blceplllg^Ogrs, and through coaches between Helena^and 81. Paul No ^siting by this line at^Junction p..m: for connecting trains,^which ar* subject to material delays.^Having the short line, and slightly slower^time, passenger- are sine of making east^^ern connections.
Takethe Northern Pacific and avoid a^change of cars and vexatious lay-overs.
Th gjeo Hive have a special sale of^drc^s patterns this week. Fifty styles^of plain und fancy dress patterns at^fcl.OO, linings included.
Youi an come from^St I'aui to Helena^^ href the^Not I hern Pacific^And save^Two hour* end^Twenty-live minutes^In lime over any^Competing line,
Fora Hlyllsh cloak for ladles,^or children, and eastern pr-^the Be, Hive.
tTr.,000Inventoried value brought to Hel^^ena, and will he sold for lesa than 50 cent*^on Ihe dollar.
Alsoa I.S.unil stock of Meyer A Co.'s Rub^^ber Hoods. Including Overshoes, Sandals,^Alaskas, Knee nnd Hip Hoots In all slses.
Also3^M pair of Tailor Made Pants from^a i'hleago tailoring establishment, all go^for S3; worth double.^Call now und get first choice.
DEC,IMl^Calhoun Opera Go.
Mondaynight an elaborate pro^^duction ol Czibulka's beautltul^romantic comic opera
Tuesdaynight Mllloecker's great-^eat etlort, the
Aapeelal feature with the company this^season will be the Introduction of ^Worth's^c. I, touted Living Pictures^ between the^acts of Ihe operu each evening.
Pricesduring this engagement: Sec-^tlcns A an I II tl.SU. Sections C, 1), K, und^P $1.25. Balcony Ml cents.
Kcservedseats on sale at I.ockwood's^drug store Saturday morning, Dec. 15.
Notto fight, but to buy
Ifyou cannot attend college for a course^you can buy our new Practical Text^Book* on Bookkeeping, Commercial Law,^i business Arithmetic, Business Spelling^I and Correspondence, Shorthand (any^I standard fyslcm), Typewriting (for uny^j machine!, also best works on Mechanical^I and Architectural Drawing und Music and^I Languages. Prompt attention to ull or^^ders. Address Prof. H. T. Kngelhorn.^Principal and Proprietor
EngelhornHelena Business College,
ThomasF. Oakes. Henry C. Payne,
HenryC. Bouse. Receivers.
Thatwe are wiling would be sold for
^.^ I len.lde III ,1 e I) ^ .. ^, |v |,|,,. ^^ln,.
p.^.pie. We arc not, how ever, and are^going to dispose of nil the Diamonds we^have ul very low prices.
Hardto Select Presents
ThereIs no person who gong not want^a eamern nt some particular time. The^need tins bee,, (applied In the KontM.^They are sold at tin A. M. KotUr llard-^H n I company's.
or.Toast, liraham^linked Apples, fho-
DRBAKFAgTEgg,^i treed snd Butter,
MNNKI: BeitSd II.iiii.
llakiii rnlslsss. iii...,.i^gesass Pie,
BUfraR Ureal an 1 Untie,. Canned
peaches.Coeeanel Dfona, Miik. Tea.
C:iinil Drops: one half pint each of
tigerand grab I ^ Si oanut, two e^^^ und
ulittle Sour, iiuke on bettered yagir.
j.iiv Crackers: Mae, spM crackers on^^ plat tar, and an t sex u bit of jelly;
kiii .in nutmeg, und before serving pour^over the w hole a pint ol ^ aiding milk sea^^soned with vanilla powder.
A u gentral thing th* mn of the sick
sinold he mainly of n rBgstggtg cliaracier.
Nowthe baofcn heul - uke they Ptlr up;
Nowthe umlllng grocer shows^Tln-c.ui HtnlT for maple syrup,
Thatturns out to he glucose.
Mukcsone of the nicest presents possible.^In fuct, our silverware gag purchased for^llolldsv illfts. We bought to be aide to^ph ase |h.. rli h and the poor. ftrtfcilBg^ftom nickels to many dollar* can be found^in our dl: play.
PullmanSleepin'.^; Car3,^Elogant Diuing Cars.
AltUIVi;AT HKI.KNA.^I, PacUsO .Mall, west bound S:10 n. m.
Halll'iur g'4 gM ^ ii .
Thai'sIhe v..iy with Ihe Kreneh nnd
gmtrlranCteetu we sen. The design is
ekgaul,the prPe Is low.
HBURN A .iKvvi:i,itY CO,
SantCluuf. heaibiuartcrs at tie. J(.,. ,^Hive.
Winterblasts of rain and Bts*i have no^terrors for travelers using the transcon^^tinental Mains of the Not the, n p.e ill ^^Their passenger, sleeplni: and [UalQg . ..is^nre vesllbiiled.
Wehave 1n for yenr^ hsadquertarg
inthe state for ISapefftsd nnd lioin.-slle
n/gtches,we have ssM moie iiii. gfgtahgg
Iha n any I wo lonceins in Ihe city. bBssMsM^we gave Watches our special i 11,nil^.^We have them In Holld Hold, s ,n | Hllver^and Pilled Cases for ladies an I g,P)Us
No.i, Atlantic Mull, east bound. .9:05 a. m^No. H, Marysvllle accommodation.t 'M tt. nr
No.i, wiekea and genldsr pa*
duyii In p. m
No.t, Klkhoin aeiimiodallon,^Monday, Wclnesd.-y and Fri^^day 0:10 p in
No.102. mmlnl Mixed, Monday
onlyi:30 p. m
DICPAIITrHOM IICI.KNA.^No I. Paoia* Mall. v;esl bound. ^ .iie^ gt^No. 2, Atliinilc Mull, curl hound.!'.!', a. in^No. 7. Murisville uccoirucod itlon a.3n p. in^No Hi. W|. kes nnd Mould, r iie-^c on.modallon,dully except Knn-
day7:15 a. m
No. In, nkhefn aecoin'mod iilon,
Monday,Wedneeda* sn i Pri-
i day 7:1a a. m
;No. iai, Itlmlnl Mlxeil. Monday
.NothlnKi'o beatttlfsj as ga* Cat filass^Dishes. V.'^ have the aWgei ' a . olment^of teally line I'ul iil^sswiiK in the elly.^You will get only II,^ best If , au I my of us.
Forinformation, lbs* asrda, an:,, an I tioi'i.t^call au or writ*
G1.NI.BAL A UK NT, II KLIN A. MONTANA.
CHAS.S. FEE, G. P. ^ T. A
ST. I^Al I. M1JIX.
Iluythe Universal paper pnlerns.^arc the beat.
NoThrough Train,.^Helena to HI. Paul, Minneapolis: Helen*^to Spokane, Taeoiaa and Portland, exta nt^via Iho Northern Pa. ill ^. TP ket office,^corner Main and Iirand streets.
Kevenly-llvsrents will buy a suit of^ladles' underweur of heavy nhheU fleered^bedbflggsn, worth *'.M a suit, al llm Live^Uivs till* week.
Whynot ranks your Holulny (lift* nlonu tbo Hue ot uiefulnegi.^Wh havo lonio rars tm'i in the way of biir^sins in our (isnt,' Fur-^inshing (loads Department. There is nothing that plsases a gen^tlemuu as much a, nioe
Wehave taken great car. in select it g these Jackets, ami know^they nre the boat there is to be bad -possibly not the finest that nre^displayed, but if you consider tbIuob at all you will |gp| tho^o Jack^^ets far outstrip the majority ot Jackets duplayed. The pr oj is low.
Afine Hemstitched Japanese Silk Hat dk^roliief makes a Tory^handttume present for a gentleman. Tbo ones we are selling are^direct importations. There is no fancy profit added. Vou can juJ^e^for yourself when we mention the price you'll understand -o ^ each.
Anall Silk tie for 'Stc is very chenp. Vou cannot see how we can^sell them for that money. Well, we couldn't it we bought them as^some morchuuls do. But we didn'l- wo boughl them of an over^^loaded house^that's all. We'll sell them en the'same basis^we bought them.
Hohas mude the finest Neckwear in this country for years. We^have one of the largest and nicest displays this season we have ever^had, of this colebra'.od make. Price from .^K)c up.
Theyare nlwayB acceptable as a present. All of natural wood^handle* we have marked way down. The quality is nico ^^ 1 the^assortment is complete.
Allkinds, from t'.p heavy working glore to the finest kid. The^glore wo are talking a great ileal about is a Do^ Skin Glove. It is^not ne x on this murkol, but the price is new. In this way^wo ask^about one-hidf what other niorchants ask. Il'l to your advantage to^buy your Ciiristnia, (llovcs for your brothers, etc., of us. Mittens^for boys in wool and kid.
We'renearly closed out our trunks. Wo are not replenishing the^sto:U -we are going out of the trunk business. Vou buy a trunk of^u, and you got it at wholesale cost
We'vesold an imr.iwi^ number of Overc mts thia season, Wn've^had to ie;^lonish our atock twice already. TLo last lot arrived Sat^^urday wo have tliem displayed now. They range in price from^tf5, gG. i~. H and l^'.! and upw, rds.
ITKLT1S Our flO Suit pleases the public. This is.an ovation^^to buy mi all wool Suit for 810. Wo'ro selling them oveiy day.
DON'TMISS our Hats, Caps an ) I'ur Ororcoats, and^other urlioloti wo huve no space to mention here.
Willsoli you a (ioiitiomun's White Ijiundored Shirt for Tool
OPPOSITEGRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.
Frenchcleaning aiel Ageing, seewtng by^French prorssa. l'lush, woolen, velvets^und silk dresses, gentlemen ^ gannenis,^kill glove, feathers, furs, la. i s, curtain*,^: Ilk and woolen underwear and iieokttse.^Hntliiractlon guaranteed. Iki drnnil street,^near Hotel Jf^ I^ na. Helena. Montana. Not^responsible for good* left over twe^irinnt hs.^iho city.
Allkinds of merchandise and other^ft Sigh is, Ineliullng ores, promiuly Irnns-^ferred from e ^|. put. orders will re-
ordersculled for at uny part of i reive prompt attention. Ogflegg at J
|berg'* store and at the depot.
Niw Hoods h. Intr dl*plny,| , ., ,y ,|ay_
alllump^that lii'lits readily
sr~ is all lump^mat iigon rvaouy- mat j^ivfs a nii-auy nciu, un
|JPBAIU CHEEK tND HARD CO A I, liciKOII
ThaibuniH with very little smoke that makes^oniy one-iiflli as much ash as there is coal used^^that stays intact^that does not clinker^that^that gives n steady heat, that is a Montana product.
Isthe coal that pleases.^Is the coal for vou to use
THAU,CHEEK ANI^ 11 A 111^ COAI,^TUANHFEIlEIIH AND I'DHWAKDKIl
Benson,Carpenter ^ Co.