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eleua, Mout.. Feb. 16, lfb9.
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OFFICIALPAPER ^^F MONTANA AND^LtWIS AND CLARK* CoVSTT.
rh INDEPENDENT hill llfpf dally clreulav^lion lhanany nawwapar fcatwaan St Paul and^Portland and a laffV circulation than any^ttbar two dally paoara publlthad In Montana^H nu no pratt roomaacrati, Ita tubtcrlptlon^^ookiara opan to impaction, and It It always^r*odv to prova that Ita circulation la at rapra-^^antad
Cntaradat tha Poatotnca at M*t^na a^ aa-.ond-^^laa* ^ att*r
Ami-Buinki.-Mha^ uln-ady cropped^out in the republican rnnlEH, and ei^I'oMtmatitPMteijeral lUttori, who 1h now^editor of the Wanhiiigton M| 1h leading^the tighting againm the magnetic Htaten-^man'n appointment to a caMnet position^by lieu. Harrlton.
TiiKruling ^^f the general land oflice^in the caae of Clark Tlngley, whic^ 1h^noted in another column, In an overturn^^ing of one of the Teiatioun decinlonn of^the oflice when lien. Sparkfl waaitH chief.^Tlie deciiion in of Hpeclal luterent to^thone dehiring to take up desert land^claliuH.
Thkmilitia hill now before the terri^^torial bonne of representative* 1h a^nieaNiire well calculated to raiwe the bbV^ciency of the Montana national guard,^which in the past haa had Um little en^coiiragenient from the goveruinent. I he^bill ww in the main drafted by the^adjutant-general of tha territory, aided^by gentlemen familiar with military^organization.
electedto power upon certain npeciflrd pay the governiueiit all that it Mpeumi^hwuu w jwari u|f/^rgetting ^he land Into ciiDdltlnn to be suld
principles,among wbirh waa auoimou | mi thal evi,n lhl, n|(^| e( l^noiuiau will t
UhatkvkuIII.iy he the merit- of the^controversy between Secretary Hayard^and rouHul-General Hewell, the latter^ban shown that he pfjnaeNHeH an Incisive^wit. When he waa aaked, the other day.^regarding Charge d'Affairs Coleman,^who Is preferred by the state department^over him, Dr. Sewell replied ^I know^nothing concerning Mr. Coleman, except^that I'rlnce Bismarck speaks highly of^him.
ofall internal revenue taxes before die,^turbiug ^the American ayatem^ of pro^^tection of the rich at the expense of the
AMM i mi^ FMWSMMV.^The junior republican paper of thU^city,which lathe direct representative,^also. In Moutana of the viewa and opin^^ion-* of the incoming national admin^^istration, takes a novel poaitiou upon^the subject of appointments to ^fflce un^^der the territotial government. It ia^this:
Webelieve it would he the proper thing^for liov. Lealie to do to anoint republicam^to the officii which he fa entitled Ui till,^artinir on the recommendation of promi^^nent republicans and being guided by bU^own knowledge ot the Mnesa of the candi^^dates. It would be a graceful act on the^part of the governor, and there is none who^^MM do it more gracefully than (Governor^Leslie.
Inother words, the organ of the in*^coming administration would advise the^governor to uMteate hi* function as the^executive of Montana and make appoint-^rui nts to office of men uppnaed to htm^politically at the dictation of per/noun In^imical to his administration, and for^whir:, appointment* the governor alone^would be responsible. The Huggestion^that this ^would he a graceful acton the^part of the governor*' is overpowering in^ita ingt-nuouHiieas. When the governor^perfonns such a ^graceful act^^he will be a lit subject for^the official beadsman if not for the^solicitous care of his friends and physi^^cians. I p to the pre ent writing liov.^I^slie has shown no evidence of mental^decay to justify even a suspicion that he^would consider such a proposition aa the^one ^juoted abo\e.
Thetwo or three offices to which It is^the dtitv ^^f the governor to make noml^tloua constitute a very Insignificant con^^sideration, from the (Mimical-patronage^point of tiew; but a principle ia in^volved. The governor would he inex^^cusable were l,e to fall to act In the mat^^ter according to his own judgment. It^would be fnll^ in him to appoint to BBB)-^tions under him persons who would have^I motive in m iking his administration a^failure
HutIn view of what is known of Off,^l,^M|ie'a character it |l safetoexpect that^in this matter he will exerclae his leglti^mate prerogative ami make his appoint^mcnU solely U|hui Ids own judgment.^The responsibility of the nominations^will be his own, a- the responsibility for^continuing or rejecting them must be^the council's.
Tniappointment of Gen. (illman^Marston to lie I nited States senator from^New Hampshire from March 1 until the^meeting of the legislatare in June is to^till the vacancy caused by the expiration^of William K. Chandler's term. ^m^Marston is a great favorite with DM col^lege hoys of his town, hut his appoint^^ment signifies little, because it is im^^probable he will ever take his seat in^the senate, the present members, Messrs.^Blair and Chandler, being popularly sup^^posed to hold the positions for life.
'Ihk Sun Francisco Chronicle and^other paper- are commenting unfavora^My upon MM recent marriage in Krance^of Mrs. lieu. Martin Heem, of Chicago,^so soon after the suicide of her llrst hus^^band Had lien. Heem's friends been^more di-creet and not sought to inquire^to'i closely into his private life after the^suicide it would have been better for his^reputation. A woman cannot Bf ex^^pected to wear widow's weeds long for a^man who heat her, withheld from her^Hat ftiMBlttBIat life anil sought to ex^^tort from her an admission which would^blast her character.
Inview of the rapid development of^Montamt in the last four years it will be^well for the legislature to pass the bill^introduced early this week authorizing^the purchase of five hundred maps of^the territory at llMin each, for use in the^public schools. The map which is at^present upou the school walls never was^at all accurate, and since the creation of^new counties it has been a very poor^ajwdogy for a chart. Resides all this a^great deal of surveying hu been donu^since the old map was drawn, new towns^have sprung Into existence, new rail^^roads have been built, and there are far^Otter data to work upou thau existed at^the time the Snow map was made. Ac^^curacy in text books and charts is essen^^tial to proper education, and the legisla^^ture cau do no better than make terms^by which the geography of the territory^may be properly taught.
aideto find no valid objection to a wiae and^prudent plan of Irrigation and reclamation^of arid public lands.
HeWants the Poatoffice.
A.K. Bray, wrapped In a bran new fur^overcoat and sporting a silk tile, came^over from liutte yesterday to see bis friend,^Delegate Carter.
Theypassed a good deal Bf the time to^^gether walking through the street* with^arms locked and engaged In serious conver^nation, liray think* tbat be is f he discov^er*r of the Hon. Thomas 11., and boasts^thai m the convention that pla-ed Mr. Car^^ter In Domination, lie alone Upheld 111 Hi^and assured him that he would go to con-^greaa if he hail to atrll uut his gns-ery store^in Unite to accomplish the purpose. Mr.^Carter got there, and at a result Mr. liray^wanta U* he poaiiaaater of Itntte, and for^this purpose be is visiting Mr. Carter to^make himself solid. He realizes that Mr.^Itatchelor, of Itutte, anotte r aspirant, has^a petition, which if stretched out would ex^^tend from Jlutta to the Wlcke* tunnel, hut^he iisiks upon it as a great wast*- of time,^lb* doea not need a petition, but says If he^wanted one he could rustle one twice as^long as Hatchelor't-
Th^ BBBBBfl nflmtura.^Is the apartment In which the unhappy^sufferer from Inflammatory rt^eiimatl*m is^confined. If, ere the crisis of pain is^reached, that fine preventive, Hostetter's^Muuiarh Hitters, is used hv persons of a^rheumatic tendency, much unnecessary^suffering Is avoided. Nervines, anodynes^and sedatives, while having hone but a spe-^eihc effect, are yet very desirable at tune*.^Vet can they produce no lasting effect on^rheumatism, became they have no power^to eliminate from the hhssl the rheumatic^virus. Hostetter's Stomach Hitters docs^this and checks at the out et a disease^whirl,, n allowed to gain headway.lt Is^next to impossible to dlsl^*lge or til do^more than relieve. Rheumatism, it should^he remembered, is a disease with a fatal^tendency from Its pronenes* to attack the^heart. A IBBftft Bl the bitters should,^therefore, he prompt. Hysjiepsla, kidney^complaint malaria and nervousness are re^^lieved by it
WinterExcursions to California.
Onthe 15th day of every month the^Northern I'aclflc Kallmad company will^sell eicurslon tickets to San Francisco and^return at 175: to Los Angeles and return,^IU4. These tickets have an extreme limit^of alx months from date of issuance, and^can he used going any time within sixty^'^^^from date of sale. Stop overs al
lowedat any |H^tnt ^\^ sired either going or^returning within limit, of ticket. Kx-^ciirsimiisls ha\e choice of two routes from^Cortland by steamer, or by rail, via the^faBsOUl Mount Shasta route.
Hearin mind that the Nafta* rn PBfiMsfl Ii^the only line rBBBlnfl through sleeping and^dining cars to the I'acitic coast.
A.I*. Sloh BBj l.eneral Agent.
TheI'liion Pacific railway company will^sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Council Hluffs, Omaha, St. Joseph, l.esv^en worth and Kansas (ity fMiu Jan. jo to^H, iiicluMve, tor $4o for the round trip,^irood ninety days from date of sale.
A.K. Vka/ik. A^t.,^13* N. Main St,
Monday, Feb. i ith.
A.J DAVIpaUN.UOWABI) SB HK K g.t F. WHITI. THOB. J DAVIDSOB,
A.J. Davidson ^ Co.,
Jobbersand Dealers in
toilJwautlful borlaty Actrvaa
SatnrdayMatins GALLKY SLAVK.^Saturday Mght OCTOWJON.
N H Mlai (Itfra Savar supported Bdwla
BBSKever had aur diamonds stolsn.^M'** Never had a dreaa mad* by Worth.^SAa Nevtr ^ roaa^*d tha ocaao-onljra plain^Aiii^rlcan 1r I, wlllln(Uj l*a jud|[ad ua har asarlU
i- hi j.ri -m salaof arala tts^ns Satnrday a.
I'opaA O i onnor a
iM B DtAI i - \ ^ i BO.^The [.r..n.i of Thiiraday thht thp^ijtieHtinn of territorial mtmlNKlou wnuni^he definitely ^BttlBi yenterday BM been^fully realized, furl ta houae of reureHtm-^tatlveH liihtrufted Ita conference com^inittee to accede to all the demands of^the BBBBBBj ami there in now no MBS^for douht that the conferees of ladli^hBOSH will renort, within a few isyB,^an BCfBBWttl from which there can he^no receding. The newa waa conveyed in^a dlanatch from Ih legate Toole to the^[MM l KM'KN i. BBJftef! ^ I he house han^juat receded from certain amendmeiitH^to the admlaaiou hill, wlilch will aecure^it1* llnal |iHhHaKe.'*
Ihe Hihjert Iihh a^nmed ho chautred^an aspect in tlie hint few days that it In^lm|MiHHih|e to Hay with certainty juat^what |ire| 1ml nar jea mint he ((one^through with BSfBtB tlie territory will^BBBBM a full Hedged atate, hut the nrew^eut underNtamliiiK ll that no vote ii[^ou^the adofitioii of the constitution of^i- -t la rn|tiired, hut that MbB^^tana may he proclaimed a state^hy the ptBBBBBBt at any time after the^adofdion of the hill hy conjjreHN ami Ita^BpfffBfaVl h^' MM president. Till- view of^the cane in home out hy a telegram to^the editor of the IshH I SHKS I from one^of the BSBt informed lieWHpaper Col re^-p unleiits ill W a-liilltfloll, who BbM;^^Ah I nndHfiUnd the elfect of the hotiHe'H^adoption of the ^ ox iuHtructioiis to con^feree^. Montana may he admitted to the^union under the constitution already^adopted, Hliiiply hy the president's pro^^clamation.
Theprohahillty is, then, that a state^tlBfUofl V\ill he held within three^months at the most, for the choice of^BBatl BfleBfBj BMNBBiTI of the legislature^and it uiemher to congreH**. the legiHla^lure to MBMBsli asn after the elec^^tion as practiralde and aelect two mem^hers of the ( nited Mates aenate. The^view- of the St. Paul Pioneer FlBBB4 cor^^respondent, printed on the tirst pa^e.^differ somewhat from Hum. and may he^correct. Whichever 1h right, the day of^Hlatehood is not far uff.
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ConsreaHmauMills' reaolution, rain-^in^ the ^]UeHtlou of the aenate'a rl^ht^under the constitution to formulate a^tariff hill, is haaed upon that section of^the constitution which provides that^^all hills for raining revenue shall^originate in the houae of representa^^tives.^ bouhtletM the aenate will tuke^the pSBtttSl that the qualifying words^following the ahove quotation ^hut the^aenate may propone or concur with^amendmeuts aa on other bllla^ -gtvea it^the power to substitute one bill for an^^other, a position which can only be sus^^tained upon a violent ^instruction of^the language of the constitution. The^senate has always shown a jealousy of^what it considered its prerogatives, both^as regards the presideut and iu its rela^^tions with the house of representatives,^and it is hut natural that the housa^should, upon so good a provocation, raise^the question In the form Mr. Mills' reso^^lution has put it.
Thepreseut congress has hut two^weeks longer to live, and consideration^of the appropriation bills will occupy^the major portion of that time. There^la no opportunity, therefore, for such dis^^cussion of the senate tariff hill waiv-^iug the question of the senate's right to^propose a substitute^ as the merits of the^subject demand, ai d so there is not the^least probability that It will be bbbbI i^ered at all in the house of representa^^tives of the fiftieth congress. It Is,^moreover, just as well that a republican^congress should have all the responsibil^Hy of Initiating whatever revenue mean-^u:^^ may be enacted within the succeed^^ing two years because the parly was
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SanFraueisco Chronicle: A reaolution^has been introduced BJ Senator Stewart^BBiajQWaiiag the president of the senate to^appoint a select committee of seven sena^tors, to tie known as the select committee^on irrigation and reclamation of arid lands,^whoa** duty It shall be to consider the aub-^ject of Irrigating, and the best met In si of^reclaiming the arid lauds of the I'nited^States. The resolution provide! that the^committee shall have leave to sit during^the recess of the senate, and shall report to^the senate next December what legislation^la necessary fur such irrigation and re^^clamation.
Theresolution Is one of the most Import^^ant presented to either house of congress^during the present ^eunion, at It Involves^the future of vast tracts of public laud,^which, under present eonditions.aie wholly^use leas and valueless, and lays the founds^UoB for the adoption of a general plan of^irrigation and reclamation which may fur^m*h hemes for hundreds and thousands of^the American people.
Californiaansueeil not he told of the al^must miraculous eftYcts of properly con^ducted irrigation. They have seen deserts^converted into grain fields and orchards,^and waste lands Into vineyards, hv the^magical influence of water, and they know^that laud which is apparently as worthless^as ttie Sahara needs only water to change^Its whole character and make it valuable^and useful.
Itia eminently uroper that thegeneral^government should take this matter up^There ia no better way for the govern nu nt^to spend the public money than In promot^^ing the prosperity uf the country, and tlie^whole country. On this basis a general^plan of Irrigation and reclamation under^the auspices of the federal government^readily commends itself to all who have^any knowledge of the condition of the pub^^lic lands. It is a fact that nearly all the^public land which remaina unaold needs Ir^^rigation to make It available for agricul^^tural purposes, and this fact will prohably^insure the immediate passage of the Stew^^art resolution.
Sucha committee can do much useful^work before neat DecemlM r, and can Bit^uiulate a plan upon which congreas may^readily and speedily act. 'I he matter uf^irrigation and reclamation need involve^only a t* :uporary out ay of puoli money,^fur the laud cau be tool for euuugh to re-
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BsBSBf-Dull;las*. February, lib*).
i Steadier, domeaUr, |3 ^k'^.
Tlifato^ k tijarket waa MSI tiilvn and -v ii. ^ r^tu-day, and tha fault of tlie da)'a trading l^ to^lt*^vo alnett av^r^th!nK fracU'inally hlel er tliaa^aate\^*idnK, ttiouirh fiutnI'lH uf vihu.'-k- thcra^waa littla ^^r m foatore In tta IUt A Pii^lilan^fhantfM raiue over ih* Uni| nr of e, ^ .. i j.^toward n^^^ii, hoMnvar, ^ n It wu anniuinrod^that Iti,ill fi..n n\nt\ ^\ the agnmuient, and^th T^ * aa ^ rmli to buy for hold aide* on arrount,
bull iimi ^ nnoverwl all l^ atw* ot i^je forenooo^and hroiigbt |^rlcaa up to bly h^r fl. ntr#, Tha Im^proved fc llni; extended Ut all |r^rtl^ina nf the Hit,^although SBBJSjajiBaS Alrbl^on,wbl( h was bought^^r- .-lr hv |l B n, nionup'dlsel iba graaiar part of^btislneaa done K.rat pri( *^* wrra geaf rally tirm^at allk'bt ailvanrea, whlleihat ^^^^ waa aitlve and^Nlroa.' at the b^vt price* of the day Government
ndstiave ie*en dull hut firm
ivtruleutuopsasd Hrni al N \ aad rh^aed steady^al M s.
Uuveramwtitiwinds. 4a, 1js\ 4Vi*. BWBi North^ti i'w lflr, /7*% preferrwd, Wv^; UfaajsB Navl^Hfttlon. \*\ tiretfuii Iniprovetneiit, HO, Tiana^indnan'ai, BH| t nlon l'a#lflr,^Dey on call eaay Wk^-^faper, 4db*
Moneyori call eaayrrln.e mer
lantllet aper, i Nterllnu eirhani;*' dull and^tlrm. alxty day HUS, f^4.BBt4; demand, $4 **V|
HicaanFab. 1ft -Cattle Hecalpt* MJs*|^eh^m , weak, rh'dr* to extra h*ev^e, $1 SUttl.TU:
ateera,$u*(^^!. 1 ': ettfCterit and faadara, % r^hL^I SI.mm f-tl ^ tee re, 4ft.
UoitdItweipta, -.'^^^. opened ft' lower,^i |oMt loss ra/ala*4: ail saw fic^.tci, Laavy,^^4 ,j i ft'.. Ilirht. $4 r^tl.Mi.
SheepBacafpto, LOUO; low; nttlvea, fi *ul^ft.OU. weatern corn ted, $1 - ^i Vu
OaSjawaSa Feb Ift.Cteae-Wheat^eaeler. ^^ ^h, |MMS ; May, $
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M|iJuly,M,.^.Mar h, HV ; War,
Oata-Firmer:raah, Man b. ^'^^. Mav,
haft rM*aja^] cash, $11 MM I M.rrh. |I1 BB||
May,til ITH,^tard M*.a.|y; raeb, |J.SJ||| Marrb, *^ *
I'm11anr.i MS4, Fab lfi Wool ^iuW; Caaa^a^waabed ^ Mtuhlnir,; tub waahed, i\t4.',
tuedluiuonwaebed comhlnii and d* la'ne,^i tiara* do, riifc H aaaierti uraicn, ir^.3; valley^Oregon, 'Mtj^W, New Mexican aud t'olorado,^Si
Make*the Uvea i.f m.oiy |..-oplo misernNe,^cui-iiiK distress after e.iitnn, sour stoinacli,^tick lieailache, he;irtburn, Ions of appetite^^^a f.ilnl, ^all gone^ feelhin, h.el t.i^te, fuated^n. .BMafBa, and llTagBiBfBy ot
UlSTrOSSthe bowel*. Hyp. |^l a does
After asS H w,.n ,,f it., if. u
P t^IBSJBlrN aarsflB attnitlon,
taxing fcntl a aaajaaiy liko BoasTi
Kar-iiipailll.i. wld. Ii ai'H nenily, \. t efflch'uUy.
Ittones the itlomaeh, reKulates th^ diges-
ati te. i ia|aBai ii. .ui m in-. aiCK
and refreshes the umid HoadachO^^ I have been troiibh d wilh dyapcpala. i^bad but little ap|H-tlte, and what i did eat^Honrt- BBlBSjaaBl tk% or did me^kBttet BSOA, Aft- r e.itiOK i
DUrn ayaajM have a faint ,.r tired,^all none feellnf, as IhouKh I had not eaten^anything. My tmuhlo w is atfiiravated bf^Aiy biinlii*-*v painting. LSSl^spmiii i took ^sot's |aa^ ^OUr^aaparlll.i, wtib-h did me an Stomach^^VBSBM aiiioinit of g^M^^l. It gave run an^npnettte, and my f,H^l n-lishra and sal lifted^the rravhig I had pn-vioiisly SnSRsBSBV1^Oboh^ir A. Vm.k, Wutertuwn, Maaa.
pH.hlhy alldniKifUta. SI | tig f,^r f[ rrep^redoidf^B/0.L BOOB A CO., Aputh^^ arte*. Lowell, Maaa.
IOODosoa Ono Dollar
Froposasfor Removing Garbage.
Fropoaalawill be received at tb* offir* of lb*^undemlgne^i, rnooi m, Molter Block, until tb* .Ttb^day of Baa*, 1HH^. at U* o clock, m^ for the raniof^ai of irarbaw*. f ir on* y*ar, from April 1, Irthtf,^from tto^ dtv to a point to be hwr-aft*r de^|g^nate.1, eaat of and not to eireed t*o mile* dl#ta^t^from the roort B*4aM The coatrartor I will a*^r^^inlre,l to vialt dallr all premlve* within tbe^limit* hereinafter defined, and other parte of the^city once a week, aad to remova all ttarbaia and^aa' et plared In prop*r r. ,'c, *a. ^--. but not ^tah,*^offai or refuae. The llmtte above mentloaet] are^aaf.ill.twa: Ho united on tb* aoath b^ I'utler^^tn^-t.on ib weat by Park avenne. if.irmarly^('lore atreet i on the north hy a line eitendlBK eaat^and weat 1 rum the lanrtlon of Mb|n atrwet and^Helena a\enue and on the eaat by Warren Mre*i^iiieanlnir t ^ Include tha premleea on both ^id*e - f^the atreata ab,^\* naved as tMiundarlva. A bond^will be rv,|utred for the faithful perfortnanca of^th* coatra^ t. aad every bt l muat )*^ a t . nipanled^by a rartlnad rback for y- - ^^ forfeit. Tha city^r^*erveatke rl^M to reject Snf and all bid*
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DatedUelena. Mont, Feb. IS, IShV
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
No.SM South Dasia Strwat.
po Boi 7WS, Helena, H. T.^I'ubllr kulldloifa, cbarchea and dwalUng kons^ *^decoratsd In thaTateet atyla
WHIfurnleb BMM^Clark's aad M J Talhot ^ r^*^Mt*nre*. Hutte
Hc'aUhwork sni^I ^u^ol*d, a apvclalt/
l*ror^t^d Hon. w^reatdenc*,
rmbr**ad Oraair-ntart ^a,
DHHignat*dDejK^aitory of ih*-^Unit*fd States.
Paid-UpOtpiUl^Surplus and Profits
8.T. H ii KitPrsaldsnt
T.U. KlrinhchmiijtAsa't ('ashler
'km H.Hill8*eond Asa't Cashier
B.T. Hatiser,^a. II. Holter,^firanvllle Stuart,^K. W. bight
C.K Hlgffius,^A. J. Davis,
IU. Klt'luriciimldt, Henry M Farchen,^T. C. Power.
Iranaartad ht^lnt*r*at uald or tlma dapoalta.
Paidin Capital ^ ^ $15O,0C0^Barptvt and Profit! ^ 140,000
LH. HERSHFIELD, Pres't.^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres't^AARON HERSHFItLD, Cash'r
-if. 00 0MCT0HA
t'KOJIAMt'BtSB, M SANDt*,^1 8. UUNTiJIY,W. D. MICUOLAa,
a I DAVIDSON,BOSKS MOHKltt,
UH KBUBUriBLD, A. HBHaBJflBlU)
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
BainWagons, Whitel^y Steel MOWEKS and Binders, Cham-^ition Mowers, Bouanxa, Tiger, and Hollingsworth Hay Rakes,^Oliver Chilled and Moline Steel Plows, the Flying Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CommonHarness of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagon*, Carts, Buckooards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
301Drake Block, -
- St. Paul, Minn.
IVctlons Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
interestAllowed on Deposit;^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking Business^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Prlnc*^pal Cities of Europe.
L^. Phklfs, Vloe-Prw. and Act. Canh'r
S.K. AtkinhonAmlRtant CBHhier
A.0, ruKaK, Herman Mans,^h. k Galen. Pkter Larson,^W. Cannon, R. 0, Waluce.
8.t. ASHBTtL d. McCl'tcheon,
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
IneorporatadUadar tba Lawa of Montana
Paidin Captal, $100,000.
THOaORUSl...T H. CAKTKK..^\VM. J. CRUSH^C. L. DAI1LKK...
Allows6 per cent. Interest on Savings^Depoflits, compounded January and July.
Allkind* of merchandise and other^frei^htH, Including orea, promptly trann-^fMrrmi from depot.
Oiliceat J. Feldtxtrg'* Store and at tbe^depnt. Orders will receive prompt at^^tention.
Ihave carried out the very best work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to me in the shortest time and give^clients the benefit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference in time.^A competent superintendent always at hand.
TbeHelena Steam Heating and Supply c (
PLUMBERS. GAS AND STEAM FITTERS.
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM HEATING APPARATUS.
Blnaand BUI ttnpi^Uaa, Iron PI pa and Flttlngi. Braaa Oooda, Flambara', BM and Btaam BJBJB
703* Alain St...--- rVe/ena
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.^The LarRHHt Leading Hotel. Has the very Best Accom^modations in the city. Hates Reduced; $2 pe^ ^1ay an^^upwards, according to location of rooms.
QitH LiKhtin-K, Hur^lar Alarms, Door Bolls, JLn
s.^^ them In operation. Mu.tr i making and repairing of Sowing Machtuefl and^Rmall machinery a Hpeclalty. DENTAL OCX^DS IN t TOOK.
J. IT. QIBSON,
Wlth(\T. M1 * H it K I I.. Uraal Blorli, ClorajM
or^^iiil^a and far and n^^*
,Th* ( Id Itollabia^SpaiUHitt of many
Am) a a r a' axparlanra,
atr^*a a with wund*rfnl
W Aall I. L' N ii
MTHBOAT, ^'AN) KK,
K ^aaaw A^kI'll.IS, KI8TLLA
11*y m Ruptu'. t^w
bbv jC_JnlV*An or hlodran^e
IBBM ^^HLam'roni ^ntlnaaa 1 r.-^u
B^Hdlt***aa* * Dafurm
WwM IK ItJnafar In^HH * 7 ,T^^^^J,1^n In thla
tJb^ar^#V rouotry Th(^a*^ wio^^^^^^^^ar^^w contunpUla k^1dk
HotHprinni far tha BBBBBMBl uf aiv Private or^lllnod dlaaaaa ran ha cirad for one third tht^ coat^at nnr prlva'a OlvpHnnary.
LMU I C O1 in i laitoa frra from lallown^aa^frt*ckaa. hlarkbaadt. aruptlona ^tc. Brilliant^f ^*^^ ana parfact haalth can ha h*o.
EfTThafilrad faollnc and nil femala we^k^neaaM promptly ra^ad. Bl^)^tlntf Hafarhaa, Ner-^atMM rrofttraMnn, '^^^nHra' \i tbUltjr. ^lr-pl^B(^ne*p,^I vpredion a d Indt^aiitlon, (iv^rlan trouhlea,^iDflamatlno and Clfajrattcn, Palllni; and idaiiLaca^mania, Hplnai Weak'itaa, Kldnev rnmplalkta and
hari^e of UB*. Cooault taa ^^ld I ^o tor^Acuta or * hr nir In-
flamatlonof th^^ Kyfllda,^^ar aU'bt^rfn^*^a, lavarrlon^of tballdi. Scrofuloua Ky^a, VtreraHoa, Inflam*-^Uona. Ahac^a*aa Dlmnaa* of \ itUm of una or^both ayaa and Tumori of LH.
t4fInflamat;on of tha Ear. l'lc^^ratlon ort'a^tarrh, Internal or Eztarnal O^afowa or I'araly-^^1^, BJB^lBg ^^t Koarlng nolaea, Tblckenal l^ruiu^ftc.
BlCD V AIIC l^*MI1ty, Spermatorrhea. h^ni^nCnf UUOlDal l.oaaea. Mght Bmlfelona.^Lom nf Vital iVwer, Sleep^aanaae, heepondenry,^L^iw ^^f Memory, (.'oafualon of Meae. Hleart be-^furetbe Byaa, Laaiitnr*, Lan|r/^ar, (tloomln^e,^DaMMatoa of Spirits* Areraloo to horlely. Easy^Dleroiirairt'd, Lack of t onfldenre, Dull, l,l^tIt^m,^I'nflt for Study or Bnalaeea ard Inda life a our^den; Sataly, Pwrmanently and Privately Cured
BLOODAND SKIN ,
moatborrLble In Iti reaulu- -completely eradicated^wltkoat the o^e of mercury. Scrofula, Eiyatpelaa,^Kever aoree, Blotchea, Plmplea. Ulcere, l'^ln In^the llaad aad Bnnea Syphilitic Sore Throat.^Bouth and Tongue, ^^ltndular KnlarKement of^the neck, Kh^nma'liim, i'atarrh, etc , Permanent^ly Cured when ^^th*^rt have failed.^IIDIUADV Xl'aer and Bladder trouble*,^UniHAnl Weak Hark. BurnlnK I rlne, Fre^^quency of t rtnatlnic. t'rlr.e hUh ml^ut*d ^^r rntlkv^sediment on standing, (^^norrn^i'a, (^ieet, Cyttltla^^tc , promptly and safely rored. Char ire* rveeon
Taint,gleet ^trlrture, aemlnal eml^el M loaa nf^aetual power, weaknea^ of tb^* textial ortrane,^want of deelre ta male or female whether from^Imprudent ha'dt* of j ang or weioal \ ^ ^ Id^matur** r^ar^, or any cause that d-Mlltat-t tbe^e^xual bablt.lr mature year*, tueadlly and per*^a. auentlv ^ ared
Coaealtetionfree ard atrlctlv confidential^Medicine Sent free fr^ m oba rv.linn to all part*
f th ^ I'nited State*, t 'orreapondenre recelv* a^prompt attention No letura aniweied nnleee^accompanied by four rent* la atampa *^ead te^n^rente tn etamn* for pamphlet and ll*t of iiueatloaa^- pon PrlTate, special and Nervoue IHeeaM.*,^s*mln*l W#^kni^ii, ^^p*rmatorrhn a. Impotfiio .^Sypbllll ^ ^ ^( ^ -r' v ...... t and Varlcorle.
Term*alrlrilT rwh. Ciall on or ad^reaa
OR.POWtLL HfctVfS a E HUN ON ri
PRIVAI t OlSPENHARY^Corner of Main and Wall atreeta, oppoalte Cue-^mopolltan Hotel, Uelena, Mont
h^ t d l'^rm*tn*^n^ t
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US ; II HCh'H IM 1 s
iUAMD 7^nlt OaaTIwi
'ryeaI ^ - f^ ^ Reu ni*r.
lt.tainr] trum.And*. F*t*h^^nd for11 iu^f r^t.- I famphlai So. L
BTaaEEBBBBBjD. C, Feb. 1, lUt-H^rKojMHALb will !..^ recelTed at the Contract^Office of this Department until 4 p. m of April It)^lssy, for carrying the mailt of ibe I'nited sutea^and accorJlnfr to tha athed-tle of arrival and de^parturtte, fpeclflad by the Department, In tbe Ter^rllory of Montana, from July 1 1r89, to JnneSO^1ku0. Llita of route*, with ackedulet of arrival*^and departuroa, lnttrurtlona to bidder* wit^forma for rontract# and honda, and all other^neceeaary Information, will be furnlabed apon^application to tbe Second Anal elan t Poet matter^Oeneral
Afrua/anteed cure for all nerveu* dl*^, anch aa Weak Memory, Loe* of
sPower, Hyeterla. Headache, l1^e Back, Nervona Proetratlon.Wi
fulne*e,Leitcorrbua, I al versa! I^aaltude. Semi^nal Weak nee*, I m potency and general loe*^power nf the Oenerellve Orient^ In either Sea,
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTiN
32aad 34 Mala Street, Helena, M T.,
Wtiolaiejand Retail Dealers tn
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
IroL,Steel, Hone and Mule Slues. Horse Mails,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose, Belting, Tinner s Stock, Force and Lift Puups
OasPipe and Fitting Carpenters' Toou
oi*Aa^nt* forte* o*^*br^**e
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORN
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
AndW O Ptaher'B Olnolnnetl Hotel and Family
CentennialRefrigerators, Ice Cbestsf Water Coolers.^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and WlUowware, Glass^and Queensware, English and American Cutlery^Frenob and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods ai
Supplies,House Furnishing Goods. Kto b
rhtieedhv IndlacrHtloa or over eiertlon, and wblch^^ly lead t^^ Premature Old A^e, Insanity^and Consumption. itat^ox or alx box** for $'
Henthy mall on receipt of prlc*. Fnl^ partlculari^In pamphlet, eeni free to every applicant.^W^ Guarantee SI a Boim
tornre any case. For every $*^ order re^^ceived, we aend alx tntie*. wltb a written^ituarantee to refund the money If onr^Bpeclftc doe* not effect a rare. ' Addre**^all mminunlritilon* to the bole M ami far-^turere' THE Ml l.KAY BEDICINE CO..
KaneaeCity. Mo.^For aale tn Helena l^y II B 1'archim A Co.
lnft-rmonted and not^in tox icat i ng. Acts 1 i ke^a charm in all caaea of Diar-^rhtea anJ Dysentery and all^stomach and bowel troubles^Grateful alike to women* chil^^dren and convalescents. Qi^ci^a delicious flavor to ice-water,^lemonade or soda-water.
Importedand bottled by^MiHALovrrcn, Fletchks A Co.^Cincinnati, O For sale by
J.8witzer, role *^ent, Helena, Montana and^all wholeeale and retail Drng^ata, Llqnor Dealer*^and Wine Merchant* everywhere-
WEAKAdTfce Free 1 How te Act T
Paw*aTa7ai ^a*a cm ^*t v,i \ uiSi^oimrh ^^etrlnM, I
Bvarybod}U r**p*ccrally Inrltad enecaAl and Inspect th* LAiiOBrJT and rnoat ornpoyt* .c |t
WI0LESALKAND RETAIL STOCK OF C00D8 IS tt
O^*er* fraea ta* O* an try BaH*lt*e) an* B***lv* PremM Attanttan mnm Ihirmtci
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURT1N
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
Baringleased the two nppr floor* of th* David eon block and connected the aame wlta onr already^Immenae *a)e*roomi, we now occupy fonr entire floor* extending through the whole hlnca: trun^^)ark*on to Main atraet, storked throughont with uooda of every grade and at price* that defy compe^^tition. Every purrhaee made STRICTLY FOB CAHII UIKKCTLY PKOM F1KHT UAND8 and^shipped tn CAR LOADtt ONLY. An examination of good* and oumpartaoa of price* eollclted.
-Ml-o_8o JJepartm eiat^.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICAL MERCHADISE.
JNO. T. MURPHY 8c CO,
AND DEALBKH ib
LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCC
MININGSUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
A.M. HOLIER HARDWARE CO
Weston'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^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 Builders1 Hardware
IN TBB MARKET.
forAtlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam Pumps,^Howe Scales.
Tomake room for stock to arrive I will sol 1 Carpets at cost^for 80 days.
mmmmimJ. R. SANFORD,
OfAll GradeH and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S, Op. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St.
ThePioneer oi the Groat West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOldMt, Most Reliable. Leading Flrst-cUm Hotel in the Terrlu^r^.
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
ONEDOOR NORTH OF THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL