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OFFICIALPAPER ^^F MoXTANA ANU^LEWIS A SO CLARKE CoUTtTV.
ThaINDEPENDENT hat a largar dally clwula-^I'oo than any new^pap*r betwaan St Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ath^r two da'iv p*p^rt publlthad in Montana^^t hat no pr^tt room Mcrtti, itt tuhtcrlptlon^aooktara open to impaction and It it alwayt^-aadv to prove tnal Itt circulation It at rapra*^tan tad
Enteredat the Pottofrlco at Helena at teco* d-^^ lett mattar.
NOfcXTRA SESSION^DiscuHelng the proliaMlitien of an ex^^tra (tenetou of congreen, the St, 1'uul^l'ioiiter I'rew* *ayn: ^An extra M*n^iou in^Hit evil; hut it WoliM lie h gfMjMf out* to^have the territorial question and tariff^reform go over for another full year.^^The ant I-election preten^iomi of the^Pioneer Prex* ^f a detlre for tariff re^^form are rMirtiloiH. Three aid a half^years in every four it a^1voraten reform^of the tariff, hut in Um mx month* that^it 1 j. ' ' realiy an'omjiliMh Hometliing^for the cause it taken ita place at the^rear of the high tariff prore^wioii ami^trails u- reform banner in the ilu-t.^Not only Hill ^tariff reform go over for^another full year,^ hut for aeveral of^them, Mj| an long as such men as^William I'. Kelley control the legisla^tion of thi^ country. The cause vvill K^ I^no Mih-taiitial aid from such athorate-^a^ Hie journal named and the CMflip^1 rii-un'-. hInch think more of party^than of principle*, preaching tariff re^^form and aiding in the election of pro^tectlonist preHtdeiita and congressmen^aimpjy hecause they are republican*.
ThePioneer PreHH profeMM^* tn helieve^that ^the pn^t|H)neineni of the territorial^deliate until the iui^ldle of January ar-^pM ftilWt to act before the 1th of^March.^ 1 pM what this opinion 1-^based |mj not appear. Certainly the^hoi!-.- committee on territories in com^mitt'M to admi^ion, a Huliject in which,^as Mr. Bpftapt ha* aaid, ^there in no^politic-.^ If there is to la* opposition to^the hill It will lie met in the republn an^Henate, ujd ^IW1 tln'ie certain repuhli^can iii- iiil^ r- as Mitchell, of Oregon^are pbdged to vote for admission. Krery^indication points to the speedy passage^of the admission bill, and in all proba^^bility Montana will be a full Hedged^atate when the time comes for the llow-^era to bloom in the spring.
THEINAUGURATION HALL.^Once in every four years certain of the^Clergy who iriMTV heard of between^times outride their own pari-lies Mjfc|^little plea-ant notorjety by making pub^^lic declaration through conference or^pre^hyterial resolution or, as ta'casioii^offer-, through the press, that dancing is^a hiuful amusement ami -hould be no^longer made a feature of the inaugura^tion ceremonies at the white bmtV^1 he hall this time was started rolling at^Coluruhu-, Ohio, where the local clergy^adopted resolutions condemnatory of^dancing and calling ii|mn the president^^elect to omit the customary hall from^the ft -tlMtits incident to the inauguia^tion. Ill^ subject was taken up by the^MetlaHlist clergy of ]m!ianaf^olis, who^hiinniitted to a committee of three the^guefoioll whether or lio it Would he best
tomake any representation on the nub^ject to (ieii. Harrison. 'Unit doubtless^settles the point, ho far as the Indian^^p||| rlergy are concerned, for it is not^at all likely any report will be made by^tht* committee until after March 4.^The ball will take plaee, the cleigy will^be shocked oil reading the descriptions of^the loilete, ami the enormity of the hin^of dancing will be dwelt upon in a ser^IMM two, after w hu h no further re^^marks will be made on the subject of^inauguration balls until December of
Itwas perhaps to minds such as are^embodied in the Columbus and Indian-^Ipllf clerical prudes that Hamlet had^reference when he said: ^There is^nothing either good or bad, but thinking^tuakea it so.^ The man is to be pitied if^he be not blamed who seeH evil In a^dam e where the proprieties are ho strict^^ly del,1 ^ as in i^.is!.- aociety. The sug^^gestion id,,! he interfere to put a stop to^inauguration balls would no more be en^^tertained by (ien. Harrison, Presbyterian^though he be, than it would have been^by Buchanan, Van Bureu or Grant.
GovernorForaker for the efficiency with^which Me worked the mud battery^against President Cleveland.
GovernorKoraker'a action toward Gen^^eral Grosvcnor is a declaration of war^ugainst the Sherman party at least, ami^as Koster has of late been working more^in harmony with Sherman than for^some years pa^t, the Indications are that^Koraker will have a formidable ta-k to^perform if, a- appears, he has under^^taken to down the opposition. He might^with greater success pursue the Fabian^isdicy, the more especially as he is only^42 years of age.
FRAUDULENTFAILURE8.^Judge piendergaNt, In the county^court at Chicago, on Saturday, took a^jrositinu regarding commercial honesty^that will command the approval of mer^^chant- tftrywhere, and which lias been^too rarely asaumed by the court* in deal^ing wiih th** affairs of bankrupts. In^Mjtof Liudaur Brothers Ac Co., of that^city, judgment notes had been given to^relatives of members of the linn and^preferences executed to Chicago banks^which were its creditors. The result,^had the judgment notes ami preferences^been held valid, would have been to ex^^clude the eastern creditors of the linn^from any share in the assets of the bink^rupts, although those assets almoet^wholly consisted of g^ssls bought from^Um creditors. The judgetook the com^inon sense view that while it might not^be susceptible of proof, all lawyers^knew that the judgment notes were^given with intent to defraud, and that^the preferences to certain banks could^only be executed through Injustice *o^the majority of the firm's creditors, so^that the preferred creditors could say to^the others, ^Take one cent or ten cents^on the dollar of your claims, or take^nothing.^ He therefore decided to ap^^point an assignee, In order that all^creditors might share alike.
Practicessuch adjudge Pr* ndergast^alleged against Llndaur Bros. \ 1 o. have^been so common of late years as to seri^^ously affect trade, eastern manufactur^^ers and jobbers being almost without^remedy, in many localities, against the^dishonesty of their customers, A few^experiences MJtfe as they have had wltli^the [JliiTIIM tends to make tin in chary^of granting credit, and the existence of^distrust between buyer and seller lias^often produced serious results. This^state of things shows the need of a na^^tional bankrupt law, under which one^creditor's claims would he a- goo I as an^^other's. The law which was repealed a^number of years ago was doubtless faulty^in many ways. It operated at times to^oppress the debtor unjustly, and may^have been too much in favor of the cred^^itors as a class. It certainly made very^rich fe,^s for the registers in bankruptcy.^Varlooa MMjiltVtM have been propu ed^by merchant*' associations, |^nt congrens^has not been able to agree upon any^plan. The need of a general bankruptcy^law is so apparent that the pressure for^its enactment will be continued until the^end is accomplished.
FORAKERAND HIS ENEMIES.^Governor Foraker has entered upon^the content f. r supremacy In the Ohio^republican party by attacking the^friends of Senator Sherman, presumably^because of the latter's known intention^to decline a cabinet position if it should^appear that by accepting be would open^the way to the senate to the governor.^Koraker's first move was to ask General^C. H. Grosvenor to resign the position of^trustee of the Ohio soldiers and sailors'^orphans' home, a purely honorary office,^and which carried with it no political^preetige whatever, because the general^has loug km one of the chief supporters^of Senator Sherman ia the state. Gen^^eral Groevenor, who represents the XeuU^district in congress, is au accomplished^political campaigner, who lias taken the^slump at every election in Ohio-and^there have been a great many of them^in the laat twenty yearn. F'uraker is^said to smipect that Sherman and bis^friends have bei n seeking to in Hue nee^General Harrison to appoint him (For^^aker; to a foreign mission, where he^would he virtually pigeon-holed, and^hence the governor's indignation ami de^^mand for Grosvenor'i* resignation. Kx-^Goveruor Foster, who also has au ambi^^tion to enter the Cnited States senate, Is^also suspected of collusion with the Sher-^mantle plot, and wheu be was the guest^of General Harrison ^t Put-iu-Bay, last^iummer, he piobably made good use of^his opportunities to put in a word now^an 1 then a* to the reward that waa due
DttSoUTflVHNLV Is making a strong^efTort to secure an appropriation of^l^O^OOO for the survey of public lands in^Montana. The |Mj is none too large,^and its careful application to the pur^^pose designated would have the effect of^avoiding such controversies as are con^stalltly arising between wood-cutters,^settlers and agents of the laud depart^^ment. A little liberality in this din e^tion would be much better for the^northwest than the extravagant expen^ditures tli at are contemplated in t hi*^river and barUir bill and in the many^nebuhus schemes for the dlspi-r-ioii of^the treasury '.'pint on coast defenses.
AimK. SI'ai i.iiiM., a school teacher of^New Haven, Conn., bus married Nab^Ngock Lee, a Chinese clerk in a tea^Mote. And the ipiery of Tl ulhful James^comes involuntarily to mind, ^N the^1 ama-iaii played out^ that a Valikee^school nia'mu must w * ds wa d a Mongol^^It appears aa if the emigration of^pOttng men from Y-w Kngtand Is bring^^ing on a (r 1-is in the matrimonial mar-^m4^orPUM ^we are ruined by Chines*^cheap labor.
Tilsenatorial contest in Colorado^lifts hc^un, and already ttie credit of^MMjbefl of the legislature from the boi-^iler counties has been estahli^hed at the^bars around town. By ami by the jack^pot will bloom In Denver, and the doubt^^ful member will be pretty certain to^walk off with the prize. A Colorado
senatorial contest is a thing of IHe
anda joy forever, while it lasts.
Gknkrai.LoNu.sTRKKT. who held office^under repuhlican administrations a gisal^share of the time after the cloee of the^war. Is of the opinion that ^the appiovul^of Cleveland's policy would be a calam^^ity, notably to our section.^ The gen^^eral of course doesn't regard the south^as a section; it i- bis seetioli of office-^seekers to which be alludes.
NewYork World: A watermelon trout^Is tepMMJiafl ^irmation. It will be the^grlpmtf monopoly par excellence.
Nearl)MM Norwegians migrated from^their country laat year, and the emucriitiou^tint ^ear it reported to be considerably^greater;
Itli said that the gold held* of QffM^Parish, LoWjrteM ore (hut astav* all the^way from VJU to*| 000 a ion. No n^tteiii-^atic work has beeu done in them.
Thetalariea of colonial governor*'are^very hnrh. New /-aland pay a r.7 MO a^vear; Bermuda t3uoo, Jamaica iAono;^Fet jer Ift.OMl and Briuth Uulaaa k4.V00i
Theentire Keejec revenue it only ^,^^^^^There are only a handiui ot whiten there.
Ttieyhave an attaint minded man in^HutTaio. lie took out a cent to pay for a^paper and uave his poeket-lHMik to the^newstxiy and MMfttltf Mjoki ted itn* Mjr,
Ihe (Miy has Ml MM) seen smee. Out it^auppooed to have gone to New York on the^Mom ^-da.
Aathe ln*st method of water proofing aol-^diera' clothing, the Itetgtum goM-rnuifiit^haa adopted Otppmu the gaMida in a* ^ ia'^ of^alumina and then dry 1MJ them in the air.^The ri.(thing it uot injure^l, and it ta said^to offer no obstacle to pertpiaatiou alter^treatment.
Thecidlapoe of the Panama canal *^ 1 cine^will take 925,000 per year away from^Kichard VV. Thompson, ex secretary of the^navy, who haa been receiving ^^ amount^tor several years at ag- nt 01 the company^in the I'mUil Mates. He it the only man.^Intact, who seems to hate made an) thing^out of the speculation.
Theta-' ..-ia thing for a society^woman to do thia winter is to invite trie* ds^for the evening or at[erri'Miii and employ a^lady of literary fame to n ad a paper to the^guea'a. Mrs. Ahhy Sage Riebafdaoa haa^several enga^eiuenta of this kind. The^^feaat of MeMS It followed by a t a-i ..f^guite another deacriptioii, aa au ^ lahorate^sup|^er ia given after the evemiiK i euU-r-^tain in* 1 t.
Thewife of Mr. John h Meeka, of
l.oui.-v1 lie. presented him a for' . .^.f ago^with a bouncing pair of twin bahiry They^havts now twenty living children eighteen^If iris and two boy a. Mr. Meek t It only 4W^years old and bis wife 44. A peculiarity of^Mr Meeks' household Is that two cradles^bave 1 ^ ^ J. going nince the first two j ears of^his marriage, and he haa never had hut one^doctor's bill. All the children ar^* living.
Attorney(ieneral Garland. .p^m his re^^tirement Iroiu President Cleveland's cabi^net, will U-gln the practice of law in Wash^ington. His eldest son said recently, ^My^father has dually decided to locate perma^nently in Washington. His health is much^impaired now. and as the climate agree*^with him and he has become much attached^to Washington he will resume the practice^of law, opening his oftlce here, lie will^probably have a partner, but no connection^has yet Issen made of this character.
111hi.in, Jan. 2. - Archbishop Walsh read^from um pulpit to-day a ineasagH from the^pope to the Irish people, in which his holi^^ness says: ^We have always held In^special affection the Catholics of Ireland,^who have been sorely tried by many af^Miction, land have ever loved them with a
lovemore intense because of their fortitude^and their hereditary attachment to religion.^In the counsels we have given from time ti^^lime and in our recent deciee we Were^moved not only by the consideration of^what ta conformable to truth, hut also by a^desire to advance your ititerest Our af^^fections tor you does not suffer us to allow^the cause for which Ireland Is struggling to^be weakened by the introduction of any^^thing which could Is* brought in reproach^attains) it in order to specially manifest^this affection we send you a uumber of^gifts, which have (w en specially blessed.
Probablyno one thing has caused such a^general revival of (rule at It. H Hale ^fe^Co.'s drug store as their giving away to^Lhelr customers of so many free trial bot^^tles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-^siimittion. Tloir trade is simply -enormous^in this very valuable article from the fart^that It always cures and never disappoint*.^Coughs, cuius, rtathma, bronchitis, croup,^and all throat and lung diseases (pi'ckly^^'ured. Vou can test it before buying by^getting a trial bottl** free, large sue 81.^tvt ry bottle warranted.
Thetransition from long, lingering and^painful sickness to robust health marks au^c|^h-Ii in the life of Hie individual. Nuch a^remarkable event is treasured In the mem^ory and the agency whereby the good^health has MMj attained is gratefully^Messed. Hence it is that so much Is heard^in praise of Kleetric Hitters. ($0 many feel^they owe their restoration to health to the^Ml ot the Ufval Alterative and Tohlc. If^you are troubled with any disease of kid^le ys, liver or stomach, of long or short^standing, you will surely find relief by use^ot Kleetric Hitters. Sold at 50 cents and^$1 per bottle at It. N. Hale A: Co's. drug^store.
v\hen j 011 desire a pleasant physic try^Hi Patrick's pills. They can always M^depi tuted upon, and to not nanscatettthe^stomach nor gripe the IhiwcIs. Kor sale by^11. M. Patched A Co.
Severalyears ago Chamberlain A Co., of
|)*flMollies, lOWa, commenced the MlMIIU
factore of a cough remedy, believing it to^be the most prompt ami reliable prepara^tion yet produced tor coughs, colds and^croup, that the public appreciate true^inn it. and in tnoe it was certain to bsflOM^iMipular. Their most sanguine hopes have^Been more than realized. Over three hun-^dpad t houtaavd bottles of ( hamlHTialn's^Cough Kernedy are now sold each year,^find it in recognized as ^the Ite^t made,^wherever It is known. It will cure a^sevi re OoM lot less time thHii any other^treatment For sale by II. M. Parchen
Curetor huh Headacha.
Ifyou want a remedy tor biliousness,^pimples in the face, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask K S. Hale A Co., the^druggists, lot a tree sample of Dr. (iunn's^Mvei Pills. Only one tor a dose; full box^26 cent**
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's Castoria.^THE MARKETS.
0TOOE0VNaw YoKa.-Jan I Bar tllvar, WV^OMM Nominal |lalo^ siol .1 %ntitry, $17 'J8.^l-i.: %BjHl staady; duniaatk $1M.^Therle*^ln ttorkt no Mouilay wts rontlnuad^thle inorrlh.'In the early trading, well LodiIod a^MMMl MM MMf| and Hie tetupnr uf Uip room^t MaVSjl l^ MatlMi t h^ugh |MJ *rtt ^* t ^. w h^d'dni; MaH ot the MooMMj MM taking' tha prof-^Pa, I tiM niiwtrd movvme^t, allien f-i In later,^MjaMtaCaoag is atloii, and In h^s* than an^^oartaa staraa4asjats IteMsaa)sjalsa, iinaiiy riu*
I'g d-ill anil ^*lt**^l^fur 1h^ dt) ^^heavy
g-nr*lh tthitl rini !'^^-. t^v*riiiiieiit hoitile wt*re i,till but
lvtr'|.-iitn oi^*^n^l firm. Hoeing firm at HM^4.
UuvMrnniM'itiMtndt, 4e, I'M % , 4s4e, : ,, ^ m.^orn VmiAc, f^^, pretarml, W; or*yun Itn-^l^r i\fii.fnt,'. IV , Oregon Navigation. WV% ; Trans^. ^^.-^^.itI'ntunl'MiAc, ,
Mima on roll light, ranging fr in H^M, last^loan at h Trim** niHrrautllf i^a|'er,rrf(^nS| Slt*i-^iin, acturs dull bat tt^ndv at h ' w for atity-^^1h^ iiilln, and $4.for demand
|^ |Mb 'an I UsMai aMalMt, llyMl]^^Mody; t hohe lioevea, MM^i/m et*.re,^4. ^i a'ortMt sad fsoasrs, $l.H*^\^*K IMM^. *ui^. 01
KecotuU,t5tM0 ssskltc lowor. MMat,^and BvMJI1 ^kP W; 1 *^avy, $' fttiQA M.
Batrn li1 i^, 4 Mi; ^ - - in MM fad,
$1otj.o. TsiMS. $'.'0^:1.1\
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Cnu^ .lan *. -t'lito** Wt.cai W#aker;^cashtTabfaarr. O1-1^^; Way, ^tMH,
rn Kaay.ruh, , Fahmary. :J4*^; Ma/,
'aU-*-0*ady; cash, ^, February, ^H ; May,
fork V askcr; rash $Yi HO; February, $l*.W}4;^Mav 11 - ,^1 ani Wt-ek, I w^^r; rash, $7 40; Fabruary,
$.4U^t ttf iaf,|73*H.
yrupof ^l(t O'oaneat the flyttam.^Byrupof Flgt It f*laaaant and Effactlva.^Ota Syr ,0 of Flgt for Oonttipatlon.
Makis tho lives of Mttf penpln miaerabli\^MMjMJ oMtMM after MMM sttur stt.rnaeti,^th k at .el.w ho, heartburn, loss of appetite^a f ilm, ^ail gone^feeling, h.ul taste, coated^nio. ... b.iiKtM'. Mai lir.gtiUnty ot^visiruBV llMMfMla, DyoMMtetlMi^After l,ot m';| ^f ItMel It^p firetnilrcs r.infill attention,
taim mi ;i renn-dy like Hood's^Bars.iparllbi. which acts gently,) i t efficiently,^it tone* the Mom.ch, regulates the dlgvs*^doll, creates a |tm] |s^ Ol^fc
ptlltt.tianltMa lisilacai. !,
marafresMi the nihiu. Hoadache
1have been troubled Willi d)Hpr|Mila. I^nad but little ap|^fttte, a-id what I did rat^Heart- ^laatMMal tm, .-r did me
klltlle *iHHl Aft, r ealll,a 1
DUrn w .Hid MjM ii falut or Hmb\^all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten^anything. My trouble was aggravated by^fef MoiMMf patMtao^ LmI a^spring I tiH.k ataifl .s.ir- 'OUr^MMfOam, iVMel did mo an 8tOmach^iiuiiieii^e aini'imt of go.nl, It jm^- m^ an^apiMtite, and 1117 f-od relished and aatlsfaVd^the craving 1 had previously experlencod.^^(iCoHua A. Tauk, Watertuwu, slaos.
soldby all druggist*, fi | tlx for fv Itrpmred only^MCL m h^I^ a CO., Aputhecanee. loMfooj Maw
100Doses One Dollar
Notice to Stockholders
Notfiet^ harehv given that a m*attng of tha^^t.Mkh ^idert of tbe lleleaa bb^am power and^I.U* 'J. c k mnany will tie held In tbe parlor* of^the Firet ^atlonol Hank In tbe city uf flidena. In^the rounty of I 1- and t'larka, Tarrttory of^Montana ^ n *tav. the tlxtb day of Kebru
ary,A. l^ 1SMI. at 7 SO o'rloc* p iu., for tha par^poaa t*f cxbetd^rlng end voting BMB a propo^i^tion to Incrfoee lio* c ^pltal ttora m tbe roni( any^from tve t^in^ ^ f flfcy (b ueand doba't t ^ V e turn^nf on^* b in^lr*d thoueaod dollart All etn. kbold^art are r*'(ietUd lobe prvaant lo MMM or by^proiy.
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AtDmgKiata ^^il I^a^lart.^TNI CHsRLCt i VOOELCR CO.. Btltlmora. M
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
Dsignate'd Depository of in*^United States.
Paid-UpOaplUl^Surplus and Profits
T.H. KlkinhchmidtAatt't Csvthlar
Geo.H. Hill8**cond Aan't Caahlnr
8.T. Hauaar,^A.M. Moltrr,^OranvlllM Httiart,^K W. Knlffht,
Johnr. Curtln,^H. fl. Hatuilton,^C P. Hlftfflua,^A. J. UavU,
T.H. KlHlrirtchraidt, Hwiry M. Parcheu,^T. C. Power.
tronaoftod tV^lntareat paid on time dapoaltt.
Paidin Capital - - $150,00i^Surplus and Profits - 100.00C
LH. HERSHFIELU, PreVt.
A.J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r,
THtMAH ^ HI nh.sj. SAN Da,
B.a. HUNTMY,W D NICUOLAa,^A J DAVIDHOM,HOHIH StUKKla,
H HIKMIirilLU, A. HBHHHFIBJLD.^W. It HUDMAXL,
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
lateralAllowed on Deposit*^Left (or a Specified Time,
AGeneral Banking Bundles*^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Princl^pal Cities of Europe.
DNITK1JBTATK8 DKPOSITORY.^capital aaeo.000
8.K. AtkinsonAHHlaUnt Cannier
CiW. Cannon Hrhman Oanb,
8.0.A8HHV,H. K in [ kn.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OPHELENA,^lacorporatod Uader the Lawt of Muntaaa.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAKTKRVice PfMstel
Allowsrt per emit, luthreat on SavingH^Deposlta, cotupouiidtHt January and July.
No.19 Wood St. l.elena, M.T.
Mrs.Josephine HenBley - Proprletreat*^RlllyMaek .... Manager^Ueo. Clayton - - 8U^e Managet^PM. Kred Tuthill - Munical Director^Wni.(traham - - leader of Rraas
K^r the weak rommenrlnir Monday evpolnir
5 Now Stars 5
MjMJMMJKxtraoMlnary of Laitfurnla'a most^Popular Htar.
Andthe 1'owrrtul Imotlooal Actrvee,
WhowUl pyoduca the m^^*| taasatloaal drama
Witht powerful raatof rb'^ractars.
m.kkk a fkankh,
hst law | alton,
Ab1 aM the old tovnrltM rotataad, makiaf In^ail a
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ITudfii.fraupiiitf I*nma^^turw Decay. Ni-rv*ne 1 w^ali-^i) hMMn,!,..!^ .lia'luf^trtM m vnin ^Tory tu..*ni reiued^. haa diatw*wadt
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIh
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. 1 ,
IhavH carried out tne v^ry b^st work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to m^ in th^ shortest time and give^clients the benefit of a wide experience.
AilHelena and Butte work given preference in time.^A competent superintendent alwayg at hand.
FERGUSON^ JOHNSON S
WholMMloauU Rotall Do*iora ll
Heavy,Shelf ^ Buildin
Iron,Steel, Horse aud Mule 8b jet. Horse Nails,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith s Good*,^Hose. Beltlog. Tlniier g Stock, Force and Lilt Pumpo.
OasPipe aud Fitting, Carpeuters' 1 oo.*
aoiaAajonu for taa O*
11SUPERIOR^ and Famous ^ ACORN *
Cookingand Heating stove*.
AndW. Q. Planers Cincinnati Hotel and Family
MURRAY AND THOMPSON FALLS.
Fine Easy Spring Coaches and Comfortable Sleighs
LeaveMurray and Thompson Falls Kvery Morning Except^Sunday at 7:80. Carries U. 9. Mail and Fxpress.
Officesnext door to Fashion Stables, Murray ^ Allen'I^Hotel, Tohmpsoii Falls.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
HavinglaoacKl tha twn appr floor* of tha David *^^n hlnrk and ronnortod th^ *ama wtU oar atn*od^^MaMMa SMNOMj wm bow orcupy (oul* entire door* SMMSMf MM *^^** wbole block froir
JockoonU^ Main etrant, atorkad UiruutflioTjt with tfi^o^l* of wvary ifrane and at prlr^e tliat 'l*^fv coupe^tttlon. KTary parcbaaa maOe 8T1UCTLY K(^K t'Ahll DIKtcTLY fKOM FIKST UAND8 an^^^hlppod hi ^ Alt LUAUH i^St.\ . Ad axamlnstloD of good* and ca^uiparlson of prlc^* aoUcltod.
Mixsio Departm exfb.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MKB0HADI8I
A.M.HOLIER HARDWARE CO
-UIALA Kb IN-
Weaton'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^g Hand Blowers and Forges,^Atkins Silver Steel Saws,^Lumbering Goods,^Fire Brick,^Mica Roofing,^O K^Building Paper,^Iron, Steel and Wire Nails.^Also Carry the Most Complete^Assortment of Builders' Hardware
IN THB MAPKBT.
Agentsfor Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam Pumps
SlightlyDamaged at the Late Fire in the
KNIGHTSOF LABOR HALL
Sadd1 e ry Hardware
Willbe sold in job lots at prices consldrably BELOW COST^Call at the old stand, K. of L. Hall, j
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Chests, Water Cooler*,^Ioe Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware. Glas*^and dueensware, English and American Cist;^Preuon and American Mirrors, Plunibei* Gooqh^Supplies, House Furnishing Qoods. Ei
lT*rrtdf la raai^ctfulir invited mttail and tit*;*ct. tht u\tu Xt- aad cat ^ jn;i|,u ^ .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SI0CK ^^f COOPS II I
Orator*fr*** OtJunlPV MMM ana ^*a*lv* Promvt aMlMMlMMI
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
l*A0FtKTORl OK Till;
hid3i3,^heep pelts, furs, wool, tallow
Ginsengand Seneca Root.
HEEPPELTS *V, FURS A SPECIALTY.
H,103 ^ lUt Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. MINft
Sr-jijm-ntoj Solicit- U
Wnier^jp i ifuii
MOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^TUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER,
laaummanaa*by Min.r. RailroM Ooniraatora. ^n^l ancioraad b^ tha aubll* In fanaral^^irongoat, MM an^1 Boat of a^^ high ^^pfoilva*
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO
OONFIRALAOHNT8. HBI.BNA MONTANA.
T.L. HI0HAKD8, Vlca rraal.ient.
T.U. ltL.KKNBOUa.lU1.1 rvaaarar.
HAMb I. MI.VHUMaN, hec*v A
HELENA. - - MONTANA
OFFICEAND WORKS NEAR DEPOT.
P.O. BOX 8ft
Ur*tof All Kino* aamploa an* tatiafaaiian Ouara^taaa. For PvWlMlaVt *^^^^^*^^^4on|^f^aa)amolln| Workl.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The IjargeBi Leading Hotel. Has the very Bttfl Accom^modatioDH iu the city. Karen Kedu^ e^]; $2 day ani^upwards, according to location of rooiiiB.
ATYOUR OWN PRICES Tie flsleia Steam Heating and Supply Go
PLUMBERS.GAS AM) STEAM FITTERS.
OFSTEAM HEATING A1TARATUS.^johukkm iu
Vine*di! Mill ttapplloa. Iron Plpa and Klulnj*. Ura** UuoU*, 1'lumhara', 0%a and Slaam Kltiet
203H Mam St..------ **V*vi
Tomake room for stock to arrive i will sell Carpets at cosi^for 30 days.
mmmmin.J. R. SANFORD,
The Pioneer ot the GrVi^eat Went.
SCHWAB* ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
Th*0Mc^t, Most tollable, Leadlnir Kirst-clMfl Hot*l in the Territory
HARMONIA hall and saluu
Broadway,Next to Independent Office.
FRANKKENCK, - PROPRIETO
TheMost Popular Beer Resort in the City.
Ghax L-iy;htint^, BurKltir Alarms. L)oor Bella,
Seethem In operation. Motlel making ami repairing of Sewing^small machinery a specialty. DENTAL OJJus IN ^TOUK.
with0. T. HORKKLU Itroai Btork, Clora.Mt.
J. F. GIBSON.
(lucaaaaorata v. m. Ooombt )
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Corre^^pondence solicited Yard and Factory near N. P Depot
HIDES,FUR and WOO
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.^Waivhontv* opposite Northern Pa^ itir Railroad d^pot, H*-l**na
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX Is BAZAA
ONEDOOR NORTH OP THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.