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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 30.1889.
PERSIA'SRULER. WhyNasr-ed-D^n. Sr.ah. Now on^H i Travels, is Abused at EuropeanCourts. His Barbaric Conduct ana Gross^Abuse ot all the Hospitality^Tendered to Hrvt. IieKrM^ eful Performsat Hurt, ingham l*ttla.e- Tr^ inic the ienre of Hit^tieruiau Msje.1^. 'ar-ed-I^^-*n,fhari of ivrsia. who is now^eniiaptdoD bia third tiur through Europe,^is far fr^ m being cocMdeied as a- welcome^truest by tte \arlous ocurta whieh he has^announced his intention of visiting. Id^the first place the rojallies of Europe have^retained a most unpleasant recollection of^his diaKuatiEir. and repulsive habit* on the^occasion of his first visit. Ilia character ia^treacherous, cruel and deceitful, and his^manners an- distinguished by that utter^absence of all ideas of decency which is^such a peculiar feature ot ^ inental life. On^various occasions during the past thirty^years eastern potentates, such as the sul^tan'of Turkey, the khedive, the second^king of Mam and .|inte a number of Indian^maharajahs, have visited Europe. In al^^most every case they have displayed much^refinement, elegance and courtesy in their^dealings with their European hosts. The^latter were therefore but ill prepared for^the offensive and unmanoerly ways of the^descendant of Xerxes and Darius. Afterspending a couple of weeks at St-^Petersburg in 1*73 he came to Berlin. His^behavior, however, was so intolerable that^the old kaiser withdrew from the festiv^^ities on the plea of indisposition and re^^fused to see his l'ersian guest any more be^^fore his departure. Thewhole burden of entertaining the^Oriental potentate fell onto the shoulders^of the Empress Augusta, whose poetic^hankerings for the Orient, however, were^aubjected to a nw.^t severe shock. Thus to^this day she loves to relate in her shrill^and high pitched voice how, during tue^grand state banquet given in bis honor at^Berlin, whenever he got some food which^was not to his taste in his mouth he would^coolly remove it from his jaws and place^It on her (German majesty's lap, to the in^^tense horror of all present. Her magnifi^^cent robes at the close of the banquet pre^sen ted a most woful aspect. Onhis arrival in England he was quar^^tered at Buckingham I'alace, and while in^London he sorely tried the Prince of^Wales^ temper by coolly placing his hand^on the bare shoulderg of the princess while^talking to her. Having been entertained^by the Duke of Sutherland at the latter's^magnificent country seat at Trentham, he^coolly suggested to the Prince of Wale*^that it would be in every way advisable to^put the duke to death, on the ground that^he was much too powerful and wealthy tor^a subject. Over 8150.000 was required to^render Buckingham Palace habitable again^after his departure. Thefurniture had all to be burned,^while not only silken panels, tapestries,^carpets and paper hangings had to be^thrown into the tl lines, but it was even^found neccessary to entirely remove the^plaster of the walls and the parquet fl.aurs^of the rooms which be had inhabited. The^^laughter of a live sheep for sacrificial^purposes in one of the queen's daintiest^boudoirs was but one ot the most pardon^^able of all his offenses, and the stench of^the rooms occupied by his Persian majesty^was so intense and unbearable that quanti^^ties of disinfectants had to be used before^even the palace attaches could muster up^courage to attempt to clean up matters. AtParis he was received in great state^by Maishal McMahon. at that time presi^dent of the French republic, and on leav^^ing the country his baggage was stopped^on the Swiss frontier by Paris jewelers,^from whom he had purchased presents for^the demimondanes of tne French metiop -^lis, but which he had refused to pay for.^At Vienna he was quartered at the Cha^^teau of Luxemburg, now the residence of^Crown Princess Stephanie, and before he^left got into serious trouble with respect to^a young member of tne Austrian half^world, whom he had subjected to the most^gross brutality. His presence at V.enna^was indeed a sore trial to the cour^^teous, chivalrous emperor. The Per^^sian monarch had during the^previous portion of his tour^developed a strong taste for champagne,^and was staggering about in a maudlin^state dur.ng the major portion of h s st ^y^In the Austrian capital. Nothing was^more curious than to watch the emper r^present some distinguished statesman or^soldier to his Oriental guest. The latter^would gaze with bleary eyes at the person^^age bowing before him. and then with a^^ i irt. contemptuous look and a twirl of^biM long mustache would leave the un^^fortunate courtier standing there in a state ofmingled indignation and perplexity un^^til the emperor had stepped up and whis^^pered a few comforting words in bis ear. Onthe occasion of bis present trip he is^accompanied by a suite of seventy persons.^Among whom is achaplain, whosesole duty^it is to perform for his imperial master the^lifts prescribed by th^ Koran, but which^the shah u too much of a glutton to submit^to The most important member of his^suite, however, is a young boy of li whom^the shah has covered with honors, digni^^ties and titles, and who is an object of envy^and fear to moat of his majesty's ministers.^His name is (loolamali Khan. He is the^director of the Corps of Koyal Pages, and^one of his title* is Azzus-Sultan, which,^being interpreted, means ^Favorite of the^Monarch.^ Not a minister, not a vizier,^not a royal prince has ever yet been al^^lowed to sit at the same table as his maj-^eaty. the only exception to this law of^the Persians being lioolamali Khan,^who is constantly by his master's^aide, and who has more servants to^wait upon him than any two of the royal^ministers. A Persian official declares that^the explanation of this extraordinary treat^^ment is to be found in his majesty's pro^^found conviction that his life is inseparably^and mysteriously bound up with that of^Goolamali Khan, aad that wise men have^foretold that the shah's death will be pre^^ceded only a few days by that of his young^favorite, that the health and prosperity of^the latter will mean the health and pros^^perity of the former, and that generally-^whatever befalls t:.;s little one will also^happen to his royal protector. The shah's^belief in this prophecy has resulted in the^boy's leading a life of ease and luxury' un^^known to the most fortunate courtiers in^Teheran. Whatever the explanation, the^facts are indisputable, and the boy was^seated on the knees of two magnificent^grandees on the shah's entry into St- Pe^^tersburg, and was held by them with a^feeling of awe and reverence during the^hurrahs of the populace and the cheers of^the soldiei*. ForI .... rhllanthropy. WilliamBein. of San Francisco, left an^estate valued at 1100,000, and Mrs. Mar^^garet Eiiza Cody fried to induce some of^the heirs to contest the will, telling them^that various bequest* to charitable insti^^tutes were void and that the property was^not honestly appraised. When brought^into court for her meddling. Mrs. Cody de^^clared that her only aim was to promote^justice and the happiness of others. Ten^years ago in Virginia City, Nev., she ad^^ded. John Mackey gave her a pointer on^stocks Desiring to double up her money^for philanthropic uses, she invested S40.000^and was left ^without a bean.^ She was^cautioned to let the Bein will and estate^alone hereafter. Donot be Induced to take some other^preparation when you call for Hood's Saj-^aaparilla. Be sure to get Hood's, which is^peculiar. airrxa rone student. Tit**son of t hiiiriaan Brlce I ^ , ^ ^ ^ I from^the t.xeter Academy. Bostonspecial: Stuart M. Bryce. son of^Cnairman Bryce, ^..f the National Dem^^ocratic committer, has been expt-lled from^the Phillips Et-ter academy. Aboutsix weeks ago your.g Bnce left^Exeter tor Cambridg^. where he studied^und--r a private tutor in order to enter Har^^vard this fall. During this time he has^frequently returned to Exet-r on Sundays^and holidays, and as he always has^plenty of rash and spends it lavishly, his^visit* have been somewhat d^m traliziDg to^the students at Kxeter. Hewas not,tied by the faculty that his^lawl inns' l ease as they were detrimental^to the working interests of the students,^lir re remained away until a-t ^aturday,^whe^ a great ball game between the An-^dover and Exeter nines tempted him to re^^turn and he became the leading spirit of^the occasion. During they evening he rode^on the highest seat of a tally ho roach filled^with rollicking students and visited the^resilience of the faculty cheering vocifer^^ously. Priceutl always been a general favorite^with the raculty as well as students, and it^was generally believed his disobedience^would be overlooked. But Monday morn^^ing he was expelled and bis diploma with^^held. Of course the class of ^Si) sympathize^with him. and as he was not permitted to^read the class history as programmed, the^students met in the lower hall after the ex^^ercises, where he read it amid great en^^thusiasm and applause. Theclass of 'W elected Brice president^and voted to meet in Exeter during com^^mencement week in l-.-i Thoughshaken Like a Leaf. Bythe most trival causes, weak nerves^are easily susceptible of invigoration, a^term which also imparts, in this instance,^ruietude. The nervous have but to use^Hostetter's stomach Bitters systemati^^cally to overcome that super-sensitiveness^of the human sensorium, which is subver^^sive of all bodily comfort and mental tran^quillity, and which reacts most burtfully^upon the system. The difficulty underly^ing this, as well as many other ailments, is^imperfect assimulation, no less than incom^^plete digestion of the food. In the dis^^charge of both the digestive and assimila^tive functions, the Bitters are the most^potent, the most reliable auxiliary. As the^body regains vigor and regularity by its^aid, the brain and the nervous system are^benefited. Persons subject to malaria, dys^^peptic and rheumatic invalids, and persons^whose kidneys are inactive, should also use^the bitters. HaveIon Heard of It. Haveyou beard what Mr. G. L. Weast,^of Cambridge City, Ind.. says of Chamber^^lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem^^edy ^ If not, here it is: ^During last sum^^mer 1 was troubled very much with severe^pains in the stomach and bowels, and was^induced by a friend to try this remedy. 1^took one dose, as per directions, and it^gave me almost instant relief. 1 cheerfully^recommend it to the afflicted.^ Twenty-^five and fifty cent bottles for sale by U. M.^Parchen A Co. Bdcbicd- uriiiu Sam. Thebest salve in the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.^For sale hj K. s. Hale A Co. AMultitude of Ailments.^The ailments which afflict the kidneys^and bladder are so numerous, that to name^them would fill a space far outrunning the^limit of this article. Suffice it to say, that^they are both obstinate and dangerous. To^their prevention Hosteter's Stomach BiC^tera is well adapted. The stimulus which^it lends to the action of the kidneys when^they are lethargic, tend to counteract an^inclination in them to lapse, first, into a^state of pernicious inactivity, and after^^wards into one of positive organic disease,^which soon destroys their delicate integ^^uments, poisons blood and causes death.^A double purpose is served by this depur-^ent. It promotes activity of the kidneys,^and expels impurities from the olood^which have no natural nutlet, except these^organs. Constipation, biliousness, fever^and ague, rheumatism and dyspepsia, are^also remedied by this medicine of thorough^action and wide scope. f\VA and reliable Medicinevsarr the best^s-J wYV to depend upon Acker's Blood El^^ixir has been prescribed for years for all im^^purities of the BlooJ Inevery form of Scrof^^ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is^invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no aquaL^Fors ae by KS Hale A rv \V vv rvvv would enjoy your dinner^^J ^J and arc prevented by Dys-^(^cj-ia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.^1'hej are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In^^digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.^We guarantee them. 25 and 60 cents.^For sale by R. ^ Hale A Co. a\.oV-c a. Blood Elixir is the only^~TV^~ \ ^^ Blood Remedy guaran^^teed. It is a positive cure for Clears, Erup^^tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the^whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic^and Neuralgic pains, We guarantee H Forsals fir R 8. Hals * Co. FTopoaalefor Water Supp y. Noticela hereby gtvea. That, pursuant to an^order of tne dty conn ii o the etta -f Helena,^Montana, the ^bi^rcl*Ded ci mmlttee oa water, of^th* said city of Helen*, wi.l r^celve Mas until ii^o'clock on trie 1st day of a ugnet,lt*^*,for supplying^said city uf Helena with water for ire. sewerage^and other j. urpoeee, and tba coa'rector will be^required to comply with 'he following apectflcs^lions and conditions, to-wit: 1A full, ample and sufficient supply of good,^pare, who eao .-e and'lear water sbei be pro^^vided tor sav use anr want, of tue Inhabitants of^said city, and sufficient to provide a aid city for^Bra. sew rage ^maintenance and oorttu tUu)^ando'ber paxexaa aw; and eucb supply shall be^full, an,; le *m euffl.ion^ for ibe present popula^tioc of said cite, and for tt e f lure population A^said ssbj , ae the amass mat be fr jm time to Urn-,^d-ii*ir tk' ful* term of be proposed contract:^an 1 satfl wale shs^l lie ; ure and whole*, me. aad^tree from animal. awayataMs ^ r mineral sub^^stance-, such as wou d render .t aobealtbftii or^unfit fur domeet i use. X,The p.easore in mains and pipes at the 1^level of the first door of the couit house of Lewis^and Clerse coualy, situate la said city, enl at all^other points of *o,u 1 heitf hi. shall be maintained^at not lesa tt.^n -Lit* p unds t the square Inch,^it reservoir w iks snail be used; and If the di^^rect pressure system shall tie used, sitty pounds^to the t(juare In h, fire pressure, and twenty-five^to f uri) p unde to the square lach, ordinary prea^aure. snail be maintained at said pol-t, and at all^other s of ;%l height. 3The contractor to whom the contract for^furnishing said water may be asaraec, sbaU lay^or furnish twenty miles of mains within lbs lim^^its ot said city, exclusive ot the amount of mains^connecting the u rks of such contractor with the^point or p lnte of distribution, and euco mains^shall tie ^f the following sizes and on the f^ llow^t*K streets In sate city ot Helena respectively :^At least ten Inches In Inner diameter on Law^^rence street fr^ m denton av lus to Halo street;^on Rodney street from Br.iadwar to Helena ave^^nue; on Main street from Bridge street to Helena^aveaue: on Helena avenue from Main street to^the right of way of ihe ^orthe-n Pacific Railway^company, on Broadway from Main street to Hod-^nay street At least eluht inCiee In inner diame^^ter on Madison avenue from Lawrence^street o Davis street, in th-* Ilaoser addition; on^Lawrence street from .wadison av.nlie to Benton^av nue; on Boons, street from Bridge street to^Broadway; on ruth avenue from Warren street^to Hoback street; on Ninth avenue from Kodney^street to Idaho avenue. At le^et five Inches in^inner dlame-er on -enton avenue fr. m adwsrds^street to Lynda e avenue: on i lore street from^Bridge street to Benton avenue at Flowerree^street; on Lawrence street from Madison avenue^to tbe western boundary of tae townslte; on^i 'lark street from strawbeiry sttaet to t'lore^street; on Howey street from Adams street to^Clark street; on Jeff-rson street from Adams^atieet to Mi'., street, on Ming street fr -m Jeffer^son street to Howey street; on Bridge street^f ri m clore street to Chaucer street; on West^Main street from Bridge street south 1,1160 feet;^on noduey ptpeetfrom Bridge street south I.^v^feet, oa Wood street from Main street to kwlng^street; on awing street from Fifth svenue to^Helens avenue; on Jackson street from Wood^street to Mx'b avenue: on Sixth avenue from^lackson street to Main street; on Broadway from^Kodney street to Beanie street; on Klttb avenue^from llo iack street to Tietjen street, on tealiaun^street from Helena avenue to Fifth avenue; on^Lyndaie svenue fr m Benton svenne east Hat feet:^on Third street, Northern Paxlflc addlti. n, from^Helena avenue north vju feet: on ^*rand street^from Jackson . treet to Warren street, oa w'arren^street trom Broadway to Helena avenue; oa^Hemlock etreet from Madison avenue to Uarrlsoa^avenue; oa Chaucer etreet from B'id^e street to^Broadway, et least four inches In inner die me^^ter on Dearborn street from Lawrence street to^Davis street, la Hsuser addition: on t utler^etiee* from West Main street to K^jdney street,^on Pine etreet from JoUet street to Rodney^street; on Water stSSsi from Cutler street south^430 feet; on Breckenridge street from Kodney^street to Heattiestreet; on Klghlh avenue from^Kodney street to Hoback street: on Ele.snth av^^enue from Kodney-street to Hoback street; on^Hoback street from Sleveath anenn* to Pfleume^street. At least three inches In inner diameter on^Davis street. In Haaser'e addition, from Madison^avenue to Bent, n avenue; on strawi-erry etreet^from Ciarke street to Lawrence street, on Adams^street from Howey etreet to J-fferson street; oa^beat tie sreet from Broadway to Fifth avenue; on^Hohacfc street from r if th avenue to Eleventh BS^^^nu -. 4.Tbe en factors shall place down and con^Beet wltn the twentv miles of mains herein ; r^vlded for, at points to be dsslk-nated by tbe city^conncl-, or a committee thereof. two hundred hy^^drants, and shall malataln said hydrants during^ths conUn laoce c f the contract such hydrants^shall have double nozzles, and shall be bob-^freezlnrf. and of the lateet and most approved^pat ern Provided! that If the contractor use anv^system of pipes and hydrants In s .id city, said R.S.HALE ^ CO. WHoLASALJ.AV^ ^BTAil. DRUGGISTS. OMAHAMEUiJaUSUR^ICAL INSTITUTE. DealersIn Pateat Medicines, Fancy Tol.a^Goods, Lantern Lamps and Lamp Uoods, Ulals^Paints, oils, etc Sr.rglral Instruments, Crutcbee^Braces, etc Wholesale agents for Cum fo^Coughs and Col is, hlrk s Pile ointment, Wltche^.Bgopodl .m, Boeanko Medicines, Dr. Kilmers^Kemedv, l^%ndellon Tonic, uregou Kidney Tea^Dutard's Si-vif.i InButte City. Jure 1. DRMLiBBIU .t CO.. From the LIEBIGWORLD DISPENSARY ANDINTKRNATIONAL Mocllcal i^nd Surgical Institute,^301 and 303 Went '.'th St.. Kansas^City, Mo., and Ml Geary St..^San Franriwo, Cal. Forthe Treatment of all Chronic1 Surgical Diseases Appliancesfor Deformities. Tbeabove lone^ e^tftblla^h^ I *n^1 moft ^MaMln^^peclavllefB will oi-**a prlvite reception parlor* at^the northeast corner of Main atrtet and Broad^^way, near Wlnctatr hotel, Butte, Jane 1st. BeetfacllHl^*e, ai^p*ratur^ ana at,all*menu tor^aucceeefnl treatment of every form of dlaeaae re^^quiring medical and enrplr*. treatment. Sixty-twonew rooms ' r , atlents; beet accom^^modations weet of New York. Writefor Illustrated i airers on Deformities^Club feat. Curvature of tii* ^lne. Piles, Tumors, ' ^ OMAHA, NEB. CHRGNiC^ SURGVca'l' DISEASES UHaCKS,^APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES AND TRUSSES. awatFaeiUtjea.Apnaratua and RtmedieaforSueceeaful^Treatment or every form of Dlaeaae requinns MEDICALor SURGICAL TREATMENT^NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.^Board a Attendance. Beat Accommodations in Weit^C /^WRITE FOR CIRCULARS on Dtfonni-jea am^Bracea Truaaei. Club Feet C jrvaturea of Srme Filet.^Tumora. Cancer, Catarrh. Bronchitaa. Inhalation.^Electrjcity. FaralvMa, Epilepay. Kidney. Bladder^Eye. Ear Sum And Blood and ail Surgicai'Operationa. DISEASESOF WOMEN iSSSHL^iS ^t M ^. r I ^ I * I % tlMtp l^ , I lIM.-h Or ItKlltM H-k '^!V^ ^%M,NJ,^T 'STRIC'LT PilVATI.^, Only Reliable Medical Institute making a Specialtr of PRIVATEDISEASES. IAll P ^ll^i..a.e. -ii^ra-'TlT tT^-^t*Hl. 9rTfclMttr Po,.n^^! r^n^nrHfT^Bllt.f .T.trm.;'- --i.rr. \e. Ke.l.r,,.,, Trssiaisnf-r Lmm ^f MTU nin^K. Parties* vBtahi** tm v.stt^^iBlthftr-*!*-! il hfifer )^r rorrp^r^D t*.rr. All rfinnnnis*. BOOKTO ME^^s^r^, OMAHAMEDICAL'a SURGICAL INSTITUTE^OKA HA. NEB. opri,t AtANTTFACTORY IKWEST OF ' DEFORMITYrf%-^APPLIANCES,/ fm TRUSSES,',/fca; ElectricBattesies ,^aso Belts. '' Sher.rJs Sale. Cancer,CittarrN Hruorbitls. Inhalation, Blec^h^0rants neednot be _clianKe^i_ or removed, and ] trtrity, Maitneel..oi. Paraly-ls, Ktilletiey, Kidney lalooa. changethe Combinesthe juice of the Blue Figs of^California, so laxative and nutritions,^^; h the rr.edictnal virtues of plants^fnowri to be most beneficial to the^1 ^ -..an svstem. forming the ONLY PER^^FECT REMEDY to act gently yet^promptly on the KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS AMD TO ClearsSystemEffectually, so TM AT PUREBLOOD. REFRESHINGSLEEP, HEALTHand STRENGTH Natural's-follow. Every one is using it^and all are deligh.ed with it. A*k yout^druggist for SYKI P OF FIGS. Manu^^factured only by the californiafig syrup co. SakFran Cal.^IsprTtv-Tiia. K vN ^ v Vqik, N. Y ashburnk. barbour, Attorneyana Counselor at Lai HABO NIC TMPisI HIUEXA, H. T. saidroandl shall not relocate^same 5Th** contractor shall be ret,;:.red fo lay and^maintain. In addition to the twenty miles of^mains hereinbefore specified, sac. main , of^such alxea, at such times, sod upon such streets,^as the clt) conx.cH of aajd city shall fmm time to^time direct; and shall place an'i maintain one hy^^drant f ^r each oi e-tenui of a mile on such addi^^tional mains, ii the same shall be of a diameter of^six lnchpeor more, or it the same shall be of a^rlanifter of leea than six lnchea, then one hy^drant for ea^ h one-seventh of a ml **, said hy^^drants to be of the pattern ab^^v*- eprcinad, no hy^drant to be pi ace 1 on any pipe leas than four^Inches inside diameter. 6.* ll mains and pipes shall be laid at Ihe^depth of Ave feet below the established grade of^the rrs;^ective streeta, and all repairs ani exten^^sions ^ f m; h mains and pipes shall be nrder the^supervlason of each street commlas'oner as to^grades, locatl* n* and streets, rnvvided; that. If^any system of plp^e now In use In said citv shall^be ocCDpled by tne contractor, it shall not^necessary to take up or relay sny pl.t* now^place T.In no case shall said ma'n^ or pip** In any^mar*n*r Inte:fere with anv mains or pi,*** laid in^said streets, so as to injure or oheiruct the eime;^:r t shall said mains or pipes interfere with or^obstruct any sewer now ^-x.stlnp in said streets;^ii r-Mall t!i-r^- *w ^ uv tn erference with or ob^^struction ^^f any mains or pipes which may be^hereatt*^r auf horizesd, laid or co sirocted by or^und-r tbe authority of said city by mains that^may be hereafter la'd by said contractor j and at^all places and po4n^ In th^* said city where said^wa*er mains or plpea approach gas mains or^olpes, there shall be at least six inches of earth^! ^ 'tween triVm nThe water which may be required by said^city of Helena for the ase of any and ail buildings^owned and occupied by said city for municipal^purposes, shall ^^ furnished by the contractor,^without cost or charge to said cltr. 9In case of unavoidable arrldVnt or h-eakafe^of machinery, due time shall be given to tbe con^^tractor to repair the damages, but he shall receive^no pay from anv person or corporation for any^tlm* ilurin: which he fails to furnish water in^the causes in this section stated. 1ft.The works herein provided for sha1! be so^c* netrocted and maintained as te^ Interfere as lit^^tle as posaib e w/h the rights of others, and any^d^maL** resulting trom each works, or the erec^^tion, construction or op* ration thereof, shall be^repaired and paid for by the contractor 11Sail works, and tbe water system con-^nect-d therewith, shall be completed and In^readiness for the conve^ance and clsTributlon of^water throughout the twenty miles of mains^hereinbefore ;rvided for, on or before the first^dav of July, A D. 19V0. KProposals ehalispeclfy the maximum rates^at which water shall be furnished said city and Its^inhabitants f^^r the various purposes for whir h^w .ter may be u^ed under the contract, if a con^tract shall ne awar ed. 13.The mayor and com -.ittee of the city council^of if aid dtv.and any otlicer or other person author^lzed by said council, shall at all times bave free 1^access to the entire works and system herein^contemplated for the purpose of inspecting, ex^^amining or tesiing the same, or any part or |^; ^rti n thereof. 14.In case s contracl shall be awa-ded the said !^council of said city, in the ordinance providing^for sal 1 contract, may add such other eaf-gnards^and provielo; s for the protection of said city and^the inhabitants, snd for the care and preservation^of tbe st-sets and alleys in aald city, aad for the^angulation, conduct and manage meat of said^w rk*. as to the said city council may seem for^the i^ st interest of said city and its lnhahitante. 15.All terms, consltlops and provtal ns of the^contrac*, in caa*^ one shall be awarded, shall ap^^ply to snd bind as w -11 the original parties there^^to as tbeir reepec'ivea cease' rs and assigns. la.Water herein provided for Ul be furnished^aald city for a term of not lees than one nor more^than fifteen years from the first dav of J ax nary,^^LwX Proposalsshall be seated. Indorsed ''Proposals^for water sup ply.^ addressed to the chairman of^the undersigned committee, and left wt h the city^lerk ^f said city on or before the hour herein^first anove named. Proposalsmast hm accompanied by bonds In^the sum of five thousand dollar* to enter into^contract If b'.d shall be accepted. Theright to reject any and al. bids is ex-^presely reserved-^Dated Helena. Montana, June lfl, 13*9. JACOBLaOh'B^C. A. DONNiLY^WM HARKISO.N^Commtt'ee on vt ater. L.IFEREHEWt, III.FTXSCE 8 5ew G .^.aiuc r-HAlIT BELT w::^vi *i tne Suapeasory. saai^art^i Oie moer pow.rf^durabls and perfect Char^Batten in the world. Cure,^withoat meriirioa. Narasaa^Pain la the Hark Kid war Dieeaiw^RheaBSSljam. Weaamswa off flawaal^I for raapb.No. 1^Sacrasaaate at ttktn ana 21 Bookon dls Bladder,Eye, Ear,^suriclcal Operations. Diseasesof women a ^peclaltjr.^eates free. Theonly rellahle Medlral and Sar^ical Institute^maklne a -; ^^ lal'y of private dlawaawa. ailBlood Diseases successfully treated. 8vpb-^Ultls Prison removed from the system without^mercury. New KestoraU\~ treatment for loss of^Vital Power Persons unahle to visit ns may be^treated at boms by correspondence. All commu^nlcatlona confidential Medicines or Instruments^seat by mall or express securely packed. ^ 'ne^personal Interview preferred. Call and consult^oa, or send history of your rase and we will send^In plain wrapper our Book free, explaining why^thousands cannot be cured of Private, special^and Nrrvous Diseases. Seminal Weakness, Sper^^matorrhea, Impotenry, .-y;^h.ilie. Uonorrhisa,^Uleet, Varlcocle, etc., etc. PaclncI'nast Institute eetabllshed for nearly s^quarter or a century, t urner of tseary and^Mason streets, San Kr^r.r:-r^.. OsL Dispensary^o* and Drug store occupying whole corner of block^m First class rwmi and Board for W0 patients at^the sanitarium connected with the LiebigrWorld Dispensary. Callor aidresr Kansas fit). Mo. or San Francisco^Calllornla THECHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ciSTaPAUisB'Y A-. e Weir Satcster, Alex Sanzster. her hue^band. .Ian- Weir Frazksr, Al- x Kr^zier. her hue^hand, Margaret w elr Taylor. Archibald Tavif r.^b^r hustvand, Wll lam W. Weir and Peter Weir,^Plaintiffs, vs. John Weir and France. Pope, de^^fendants. Tohe .old at sheriff's sale at the fronl door of^the court h ines. In Helena, Montana ten Itory, on^Wednesday the :*d day of Julv. A D 1P8S, at \-i^o'dork noon at aald dav, all ibe tleht, title and^Interest In and to th- following ileerrlhed^property, situated In Lewie and Ciarke county.^Montana lasts* ry, particularly described as^follows, to-wtt' Lots^-^^ and 4J,ln block Jtiof theorlirlral townalte^of Helen-., ar ordlne to the plai of said to. natte.^on file in the office of tbe connty rlerk and re^corner of said county, together with all ani singu^^lar tbe tenement- hereditaments and appurte^^nants thereunto be oairlng or In any way apper^tat nlng. CBAUJaMM. JKKFKRIs,^Sheriff of Lewis and C arke countv, M T.^Dated this nth dat of J u.e A. D. I**!. :sh. 2286.] Apolioatiootor a Patent. I- te- statss Lasd umcB,^Helena. Montana, May. 11, 13M^. ( NoticeIs herehr given that Edmonl K Tandy,^Anselam J. Davidson, John S M N. 111. Thomas^J Davldsoa, W llliam Daventio t, D^-a Davenport,^Henry N-m. and Kdward D. ^-ii . Jr , whose^[k^rtoffice address Is Helen*. L^wi^ sod t larke^county, M T . have this day filed their application^for a patent for three hundred and ntty HO 100^acres of the placer rein--, lw*arisg , situated^In unorganised mining district, county of Lewis^and ciarte ai d territory of Montana, and desig^^nated by legal rulKllvIslons ss f^-llow^, u^-w1t: S^H^se^a: wVa of ae!a of nea.: aei%; vh seVa: eH^of e*a of tali; e^a off se%4 ^^f nwaa. sec at: the aw^Va swaa and lot S, sec. -15, embracing X*^ ^0-1UO^actee In twp. 11, n r. 4 w. Thelocation of this nine Is recorded In the ^w^cords 's offl'^. of Lewis and CNrae cotinty, M. T.^In nook ^K of ranches and ditches, pake. ' S. and^oifi. Tbe adj^^lnlng claimants are unknown. Any^and all persons claiming adversely any portion of^said placer ground are required to Ale their ad^^verse claims with tbe register of the nl'ed Stales^land office, at Helena. In tbe territory of Mm tan a,^during the slitv die' period of publication here^^of, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis^^ions ^f the st^tute. M.W LANGHOKNK, Ke.-leter Firstpublication May, la, IBM. Summons. Istbe Faeit-Mail Short Line from Bt^Paul and Minneapolis via La Crowe and^Milwaukee u^ i/bic^go and all poiHts lu^tbe Kastern States and Canada. It 1b tbe^only line under one management be^^tween St. Paul and Cblcago, and Is the^Finest Kqnipped Railway in the North^^west. It is the only line running Pull^^man Drawing-Boom Sleeping Care with^Luxurious Smoking Rooms, and the^Finest Dining Cars in the World, via the^famous ^River Bank Route,^ along the^shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful^Mississippi River to Milwaukee and^Chicago. Its trains connect with those^of the Northern lines in the Grand Union^Depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of^any class between St. Paul and Chicago.^For through tickets, time-tables, and full^Information, apply to any coupon ticket^ai-ent in the Northwest. R. Miller,^ften'l Manager; J. F. Tucker, Ase't SenT^Manager; A. V. H. Carpenter, Gen'l Pass,^an lTkt. Agt; 6eo. H. Heafford, Asst^fien'l Pa-s. and Tkt. Ag't, Milwaukee^Wis. W. H. Dixon, Aas't fjen'l Pass.^Agent. ^t. Panl Minn. UPTURF ia.*a-idP^'m^:,'!^t n t j tha01^brat- * rwlAGHtiTlCELASTICTRU a.I, AND ^^Vt*T OrXTTM rrtiHalVerfpct Ra^^tair^r^r Tn^Tan''r ral i**r^-a rr* '.^^^.It. -iw.n..-. tateiK .^1 ^Tiwt m^e- j fampnlat No. 1.^: LAS TIC Ttt\)*i^ CO. '.'a.'s ry.VyA^co3 CAf T*-riiUr^' ^f -MontaDsV, Concty of !^^^^^It^ and In-1']*t:cm ^ Tonrt, Helena. Townpnlr* ^for**^B. F Woodman. Jnsttct-of trie p*-a( h Helen*Prai.u CumniMtloD C^., plaintlaf, v*.^a ^ ^- t n and .Ii r.n K:^S'*. partLera a^^^lftnn A K.twardc. Tb*people of th^ Terrtton of Montana, to the^above natiifi (lef^ndant, John Edwa ne, tre*-tin^!. Youare here*^y eummoneil to tie ar.d appear^for* me B. V. Wooaman, ajaetl e of the peace tn^and f ^r the * ounty of h*w\* and Clarke, at ruy^ottlre in the city ^^f Helen*, on trV^*in^anay. th-^^th day of Atiun*!, A. U. 1-W- at 't^ o rl * k a. m^of eald day. th-n and there to make^answer to the complaint of IJe.ena Pro-^dn e and CommtMloo company, th* above^nam ^1 plaintiff. In a civil action to^recover M.hty-on* Dollar* aad r^ifty o^n'-, t--r^gooa^, war a and tnerchanrH*e *^^ld a- d deliv wajd^by plaintiff to def-ndant at d ^fendant*' ep rial In^e'ancf m^i r*^i s*ft ano np -i* ai account t^^r !^^*r^.^fuml^hef* r*^-t -nd*n^a bv F P Muilen ai d by htm^^evicts***, to p'aJntiff, ar.d in defanlt t er^h^f |s*fff^m-ni will be rendered at'alnet y o, the above^named defendant* for the e im ofKlnht^- ^r.e^OolUrp and Fifty five cents an 1 coet*j of euit in^their behalf expend-Kl- (iivenunder my hand this ^3-th *iav of Jun*, A.^D. NB. F. Wo -DMA Jnptireof th^ Pea/e of fa id town-hip. Propoaalefor Cemetery. _MACN^T 0fSO kth sixth ISAC^ AX WEAKMEN n-hiiitaieSfbea*^saSawsaalaaa ar^1.1 iR.VTH aa rt;EE a*ai 1,^ KPEurU) t.iCTHCtiiTasgsPfssMT hmimikimi. s.l. fr- i Hi aartnew. eras os .M. ri'las^a* Sal aaawaw^parta. reaaae.^SaaSa sal ISaw amsaaa aata. T.:mt\a^lt i..,.en.Tor a forfrit Si.OOS 10 r^h. aaaaai Proposalsfor a piers of gri.und not Its* than ^^and not m rs thar ^J^i acres for a city cemete-y,^the lficarlon to be wl-hln fifteen mlea rr.m the^coart boose and near aralJroad track, will tie re^^ceived at Hi (ifflte of tbe cltv rWI, r^ma Hol-^ter block, until Matorday, .Inly 1 lHSW.at li o'clock^m. The land to haee a plentiful supply of eood^water for lrrl^atlns purposes for tbe use of tbe^cemetery. Tfcecity reserves tfc.s rla;ht to n-ject any and all^hide. Byorder of the city c^^\3 1 MLI!^SNKR,^^^ alrsian of Commirtes on Cemetery^Datu! Helena. Mont., Jun^ 2ti. 1h-^ 6herifi*sSt^ e. AirnesWeir San ester. Alsz Sanswter, her hus^^band, Jane Weir Krazier Alex Fraaler, h-r hus^^band, Margaret Weir Taylor, Archibald Tavior,^her h iesand, WUllam W Weir ar.d Peter ^elr,^plaintiff*, vs John Weir, defendar t. Tohe so d at sheriff's sale at tbe front door of^the court house, tn Helena, Montana t'rri'ory, on^Wednesdar. ti.e -H day of .lulv, A. I). I**, at U^o'clock noon of said day, all the rii:ht. Hue and^Interest In and to the following described^property situated In Lewis and Clarke county.^Montauasrritory, to-wtt: Acertain tract embraclnc one acre in mineral^entry No mineral patent No. ^lo, in see tit n^1M, tow-ship 10, north of ranve 3 wert, aescrihed^as follows: The west half of a tract^des rtbed as beginning at a stake^Bttuatea north W -f west diatant 1'iS'H^set from the quarter faction corner '^etween see.^Uons 19 and an. aad runntnir thence north 4** rVFl Orawaa e, ^ r,;' pn^- t .t. atlUNFTTCFLASTlCTRCBSOt^lr ,r. - ' UHIStUCTIIC C0~S.rM^ MiCa BUVU.I dr.m rockman, PhwaicianSurgeon.Accoacber. Oculist^BVnd Aurist rotSsa Prancasoo Medical f^clsty,^Nevada Bute Medical Society. Parchen'^ . rnestors. corner above Mala^and Brnadway. Kntraace cn Broadway and Jack^son. Hsleta, Montana CoaanltaUons in tiercar^aad Burllsh. RMPTUREFOR MEN ONLY.' AHDENELECTRIC TRUSS * POSITIVE Zz^*i~ -*ffl^2-*^aaHE^^TJ^3ZStVUU^! CURE WL^1 !^^^^.^^**^ litnnn f^s* am l- aw- i^swaaasaea wa a a. t v an sSraw avaawBS a r a ava ^ r Sowr.^M.MrwaSk. anaa Taaavak^T-a..iaw a. a aa,. Be.leulfV reaw 4T St.i^. fxilawtaa. awi rarataw 1S^^^, 1.aii'.b.^ -^^ ri^-rmir latBSIaWoau eeeSeelKIT 11 V , S. al.tas '^m^fi. il^' Speecl, ri as. VmatuawtCaw^_ ae- laaaaslaasaawaaaa Salawaa. t^ar-^aai lir. rawar. Saal awMly aa atenua. reawS* ast tllaw'S^*v^aaatresa H. 1AIKI. HMKt IIKI.MIVU. Cat unmUSSF*r^rf*u.a.f. feet;theno north *^^ wewtsanfeet: thence south^^^^ feet: thence south S9^ *^ east :fi^ feet 'o the^place of Le-Klnnln.-. belnr the same premises de^^scribed in a deed from W. H St j meat to James^Welr.dat. d M sy :*ah. lrr-i an d recorded in book 5 of^deeds, pace ^t^ ^ f the rsccrda of ^^*.^ and^Clarke c. uaty aforesaid coaaM. JKFFBRId.^eherlff of Lewis and c larae connty, M. T.^Dated this 11th day of Jane. A. P 188a Bill.I.MLISU RhMKDi murray'sspecific. guaranteed cure for all n*r ous^dleesaw, sach as ^IIaK MKM-^URY. Loss OP BRAIN PuWKH^Hysteria, Hea-'ac1-, PAIN IN^THE B\^ K, NSKYU'^ PKO-^TRtlKlS, WAKXtFt LNkSS,^L^l^ ORHI.^^A^Before Taking CNIVMRSAL^U8^ITl Da,SEMINAL WSAK-^MBStt lmpotency and irsoeral^loss of power of the Generative^Organ e. In either aex, c used by^Inrflscr* tlon or over *xartloc, snd^which ultimately lead to r'Kr.^MATl'KK OLD AOM. INSANI.^TTand CO' smrTMli $1 a^box or six boxes for *' Sent bv^mail on receipt of pries. Pail^pamphlet, sent free t every applicant. tti I I 1iiim I p MIX^to core any case For every %-'^ order reosiaed, we^send six boxes, with a written guarantee to re^^fund the money If oar Specific does act effect a^care. Addressall comm unload oca to the Sole Manu^^facturers, TH* MURRAY MjIDICINK CO,^rfanaas City. Mo.^For sale In Helena by H. M. I'aicio a^ Co LENOIRHOUSt -Staam Hast^. Main St. and Helena sv., Helena Montana Every room s first-class front 5E ef at I = 1 a 3 = _ X PAOIFIOHOTEL^Steam Heat alnstreet. Helena, Montana. Baslness center of the city. First class. All streetcars peas^the above houses. Many restaurants in clues proximity at all prices. European Plan, Hoomf* 5uc^TV. $1.00. suits fl.Vi per day according to location. American Plan |l.i'^ to ji SO per day. apcla^weekly rates. No dlerepntable people allowedB. O. LENOIR. Prop, both houa CLARKE,CONRAD L CURTIN 32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M. T Wholesalear.C KoUall r^eaViurs In Heavy,Shelf ^ Building HARDWARE iroL.itrdei. Horse aiid Mule 3b jeg, Bone Nalis,^Steel Nails, Mil] dupplleB, Blacksmith's Goods,^Bose Belting. Tloner'a Stock. Force and Lilt Pumps, GasPipe Rud Fittings, Carpenters' Tools SalsAssets far law Oaien-aiaw SUPERIOR' and Famous ^ACORN Cookingand Beating Stoves, aviidW Q. Fisher s Cincinnati Hotel and Farriiy WROUGHTIRON RANGES. OeaMMWlioirlgerators, Ice Cbests, Water Ccolers,^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wiilowware, Glass^and Queens ware, English and American Cutlery^Free on and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods and Supplies,Bouse Furnishing Goods, Etc., Eu aaxTix^^y u rasyecttnliy lavtwa auarail aad Inspect the LAHtiBST aad coal oosplaai aXatk cn WIOlESALs AND RfeTAli. STQCI OF WSDI II Til lomwEsi ^^sesMass tss Oaantry ^^i i im BSM aessiae 'romtl Aiiawtlew anw ^aisasesil. eTtatarOTWULLT, CIARKR CONRAD ^ CURTIN. JOHNKINNA k SON, No.20 Main Street, Helena, Mont., Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in HARDWARE,TINWARE, STOVES, Mineand Mill Supplies. AGENTSFOR THE GharterOak and Garland Stoves. ESTABLISHED1877 JAS.McMIXIaAN ^fc CO., MUmjCtOBMOK TMM MinneapolisSheepskin Tannery aNI DKaLEKh l HIDES,SE23E^ PELTS, FUSS, WOOL, TALLOW Ginsengand Seneca Root. SHEEPPELTS Sr. FURS A SPECIALTY. lOl.103 St lUo SaaooxxdSt NorthMIKNEAPOLIS. MT Shipmntt Solicited Writsfor (_irriul*ip*. Aftif Taking.^p^rttcul*ii la ARTHURP. CURTIN. Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. HavtagI ease i the two apper floors of the Davtdaon block aad connected th same with o^^mmense aalsarooma, we aow occupr foor entire B'e-irs extending through tne wboas^Jackaaa to Hals atieet. stocked thrr.ru^ hoot w-Jthgoods of every pads and at prices that^dtlnn. Kverv purchase made sTaUCTLY rOR CicH DIKlCTLY FKOM FltizZI^shipped taCAK LOADS OSLY. An exam 1 nation of goods and oumparlsoa of prlee- JCa-C-o-sioDepartment.^PIANOS, ORGANS and MUSICAL M'