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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. .fULY 19. 1889.
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Selena,Mont., July iw, 1889.
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NeitherPiatt nor Killer, in New York,^have been reconciled to the assignment^of the) cabinet offices, while the effort to^establish a white-man's republican party^in the south has onlj had the effect to^alienate the bone and sinew of the party^in that section. As to the people at large,^they are fast finding out the sham char^^acter of the reform in the postal service^which the new administration promised.^The experience of Montana is a fair ex^^ample of the condition of affairs in this^branch of the public service elsewhere^in the west. Mails, especially on the^star routes, are delayed in transit, so^that subscribers to the daily papers are^constantly complaining. Sometimes a^paper will be three or four days on the^way, while at other times three or four^issues will be received at once. The^publishers are blamed for the irregular^^ity, which is traceable directly to the^mail service. The changes that are be^^ing made in routes almost invariably^make bad matters worse, and complaint^to the department at Washington bungs^no betterment. It is time that the ad^^ministration awoke to the fact that the^same methods which earn success in^private business enterprises are needed^in the management. When the post-^offices are placed upon a business foot^^ing it will be time enough for the^adorers of the president to talk alrout a^second term.
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1was suffering from an unusually bad^cough, my lungs were son and congested,^and I consulted one of the best physicians^in Helena, whose prescriptions failed to^relieve me. I became alarmed, and at the^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^Acker's English Remedy for coughs, and^After taking it according to directions was^completely cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend it-Jacob switzkh.
Ihad a racking cough and inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Remedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely cured by It. I^consider it a never failing remedy for s^cough.j. Kbi.iibkbo.
Acker'sEnglish preparations are for sale^In Helena only bv R. S. Hale A Co.
Economyand strength are peculiar to^Hood's Sarsaparilla. the only medicine of^which ^100 Doses One Dollar^ is true.
Bacaiene Arnica Ssaivs.
Thebest salve in the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^aitLi, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^noney refunded. Price 25 cents per box.^for sale bj K. S. Hale A On.
Spokanewill surely appear at St. Paul^in the J uly races. The Montana Central^will sell excursion tickets at H^ WO for the^round trip. Tickets on sale July 2u and^21, good to return until August 2.
rHi:^.k.\m^ .it lit Mist go.^It is highly gratifying to observe tne^progre-*si\e -pint which characterises^the constitutional contentions ^^f Mon-^taua and Washington, as shown by the^adoption of a sub-titute for the ancient,^cutiitiersonie and too often ineffectual^grand jury sy-teni. In this connection^it i* proper to state that the Indefkn-^i.knt mm the lir-t newspaper in Montana^to -uggest the ciiang-, which com-^memted itself to the lawyers in the con^^vention ami prepared the public mind to^accept what many will regard as an in-^notatiou. The tiropwed new system,^howeter. i- t ^ no means untried. It has^been in njicratioii in Wisconsin for^twenty years, ami uly once in all^t'iat time has it been deemed advisable^t^^ summon a grand jury, which was^done in the case of the Newball house^disaster, at Milwbiiket, to satisfy the^public that there was no shielding of^I-r-^^ns re-pousible fox tha .preat loss of^life that attended the Pie. The change^will effect a great -a .ing in the larger^and more sparsely settled counties, by^obviatiug the nec-ssity ^^f summoning^grand jurors fr^ m distant points, be^^sides doing away with the need of call^^ing tuitiiH-s.s in criminal cases except^for examination oefore the committing^magi^trate an ' on trial of the charge.
Complaint from subscribers are^constantly reaching this office of delay^in receiving their papers, particularly at^postoffices which are served by star^routes. The Independent is mailed at^the Helena postoffice every day in good^season for all routes, and goes out on^trains and stages with unfailing regu^^larity. The trouble, therefore, is else^^where than in the Helena office, but just^where it is impossible to say. Com^^plaints have I. -en filed with agents of^the postoffice department and by them^submitted to the Washington authorities.^As the department never moves pre^^cipitately it may be some time before the^service is improved; meantime sub^^scribers will please exercise forbearance,^being assured that the publishers are do^^ing all in their power to seenre the^prompt transmission of papers through^the mails.
mit was filed yesterday by stockhold^^ers in the Fair association outside of the^directors against the directors, and in^^volves an interesting question to all^corporations as to whether directors can^issne unsold stock without giving all the^stockholders an opportunity to take^their pro rata of the same at its par^value or its actual value. It is claimed^in the petition of plaintiffs that the^stock was sold at #25 per share, while its^actual value was upwards of |200 per^share, and that the present directors of^the company were the purchaser*, and^ignored the rights of stockholders not^directors.
thi:siiiii iid. oh.stion.^In a communication that is printed^elsewhere H. B. Hlackwell, secretary of^the Kqiial .-tiffrag- association, says: ^If^the people of Montana, through their^agents in the constitutional convention,^empower their representatives to act^hereafter in this matter I extension of^the right of suffrage to women |, they^only maintain the existing status of^women.^ Mr. Blackwell overlooks the^fact that the people of Montana have not^in the remotest degree expressed their^view-* uj^ou the questiou of woman suf^^frage, and that, therefore, the convention^would, in relegating this subject to the^legislature, be acting without authority^tli.it woman suffrage would thereby^enter into the questiou of the adoption^or rejection of the constitution. I ntil^the people have been beard upon the^subject neither couventiju nor legisla^^ture should assume to act in the prem^^ises, even to the extent proposed by Mr.^Blackwell, which, though seemingly^moderate, is but an opening wedge to a^complete change in the electoral system^^^f the future state of Montana.
Notone delegate in the Montana con^^stitutional convention was elected upon^the understanding that he should vote^to extend the right of suffrage. The^issue did not enter Into the canvass pre^^ceding the election. It would be unwise^in delegates to do as Mr. Blackwell has^suggested, and empower any future legis^^lature, whether chosen upon that issue or^not, to confer upon women the right to^vote at general elections.
Thel.nuu knuent does not assume^that women are not qualified to intelli^^gently exercise the electoral privilege ;^unquestionably they equal men in intel^^ligence and probity. The argument at^this time is not against woman suffrage,^but against extension of the right to^vote to women or to any class of men not^already endowed with the right until^the question shall have been submitted^to and decided by a vote of the people.^The extension of the right of suffrage^will strike most people as being quite as^serious a matter Mr. Blackwell to Use^contrary notwithstanding ^ as the^abridgement of it. ausk one in which the^people have flight to be heard directly.
Empoweringthe Legislature.
Helena,July 18.^Editor Independent:^It Is not from distrust of the people that the^friend!) of impartial suffrage ask that the^legislature should be empowered hereafter,^at its discretion, to extend suffrage to all^qualified citizens without regard to sex. It^is because a body of intelligent men, elected^by Uie people and paid for their time, can^give to this question a fuller and more care^^ful consideration than can be otherwise at^^tained. From time to time it can hear evi^^dence, examine facts, consult with its con^^stituent*, and give expression to the^demands of a progressive public sentiment^in the interest of liberty and equal rights^without a difficult and costly change in the^organic law. To abridge the suffrage is^quite another matter. That should only be^aone by a vote of the people, for suffrage,^once granted, is a vested right not to be^lightly recalled.
Ifthe people of Montana, through their^agents in the convention, empower their^representatives to act hereafter in this^matter, they only maintain the existing^status of women. The legislature, umler^the enabling act of congress, has always^had the right to extend suffrage to women.^It has not done so, cecause public senti^^ment has not hitherto been aroused to^make the demand. Now it is propoesd to^a mpt a positive prohibition of woman suf^^frage in the state constitution and to place^a harrier against its future extension. It is^to this unjust and unnecessary prohibition^that the friends of equal suffrage are ear^^nestly opposed. Do not tie the hands of^your legislature. 1 thank you for the cour^^tesy and liberality you have shown in your^treatment of this important question.
UenkyB. lil.Ar kw ELL.
a SKdIND TtR* ivi
JereRusk, the particular representa^^tive of the ^ horny-handed ^ in President^Harrison's cabinet, and who was selected^because of the industry with wkich he^has held office in Wisconsin ever since^the close of the war. has nominated Sen.^Harrison for a second term, and tells the^listening newspaper correspondent how^popular the president is with the masses^of the people. There Is nothing surpris^^ing in the fact that, even at this early^day, the president has his hopes fixed^upon a renomination ; most if not ail of^the presidents have had similar ambi^^tion, and those who did not receive a^second nomination have thought them^^selves very badly used by their party.^Secretary Jere, however. Is not In a posi^^tion to be an impartial judge of the run^^ning merits of Gen. Harrison, who has^five months of his official term behind^him and forty-three months still before^him. To men who have better oppor^^tunities for observation it has become^apparent that in the short time Gen.^Harrison has occupied the white house^he has made as many enemies in his^own party as did any of his predeceosors^in the same length of time. The angry^rejection of the tender of a consulate by^Roswell G. Horr. the leader of the Alger-^ines in the national convention of 1888,^shows which way the wind blows as re-
VourWife a* a Bartender.
Agallon of good whisky costa $3 50^^when you pay for it From experience the^writer would say that there are sixfy-^hve 15 cent drinks in a gallon, provided^the drinks are taken out of a properly^graded whisky glass. If taken with^a funnel there is no telling how much^of a drink a gallon jug contains.
Now,most men who do not pretend to^^drink^ pay 15 cents per glass, or rather^per drink, for the liquor they imbibe, and^in most cases that is very often. The ques^^tion is right here^to shut up every saloon^in the city and still have as much and bet^^ter whisky than ever and not go half so far^to get it, and in ten years a good, confirmed^drunkard can had himself full of whisky^and be a rich man. so to speak.
Thismay seem ridiculous, but it is,^nevertheless, the unexaggerated result of a^certain order of facts and conditions. Buy^a gallon of whisky at ^3 50 and make your^wife the barkeeper. Every time you find^your stomach playing with your larynx^buy your drink of her and pay 15 cents as^usual. The average man^that is, be who^can at all be classed with those nw occaa^tonally imbibe, have no scruples against it.^and those who on certain occasions would^stand over a bar with companions and let^^ex down frequently^drinks, say thirty^three drinks a week.
Intwo weeks he would have downed the^gallon and paid his wife 99.75. She thus^makes a clear profit of $ri.25 every two^weeks, or $325 per year. If a man goes oa^in this way for twenty years his wife will^have saved $4,500 with which to bury him^in a decent manner and live herself upon^the income after his death. If he fills i^drunkard's grave he will have drunk dou^ble. or more, the amount stated, and in^such a case there would be ^ 12,000 or more^for the wife to enjoy for the misery she^endured whale he was alive.
Wordscannot express the gratitude^which people feel for the benefit doue them^by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Long^standing cases of rheumatism yield to this^remedy, when all other* fall to give relief.^This medicine thoroughly expels the poison^from the blood.
SomeTimely Adt lc^.^Let us give the readers of the Ixutc-^pksdkst a little timely advice. Hot^weather is coming and with it colic, cholera
morbus,dysentery and diarrhoea. The^only safe way to combat these diseases is^to keep some reliable remedy at hand,^and all who have tried Chamberlain's^Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will^admit that it is the most prompt, reliable^and successful medicine known for these^complaints. It costs but 25or 50 cents, and^may be the means of saving you or your^family much suffering. If dm life itself, be^^fore the summer is over. For sale by H.^M. Pare hen A Co.
HanSon Umtq of It,
Haveyou heard what Mr. O. 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 H. M.^Patches A Co.
Manyyoung ladies are rot ring their eosa^plexion* by the continued use of poisonous^cosmetic* and so-called face washes. The^greater number of these preparations con^^tain mineral poisons that in time shrivel up^the skin and give the appearance of dis^^sipation and old age. Dutard'* Specific is^not a paint, but a great beauuner, inas^^much as it remove* all blemish** from the^skin, instead of covering them. It cures^chapped hands with one application. Sold^I by R. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^agents, Helena.
Derangementso f the liver cover a multi^tude of ailments. In all cases where the^functions of the liver are interrupted or^disturbed, and the bile, its constituent se^^cretion, left circulating in the blood, some^disorder will follow. Dr. Henley's Dande^^lion Tonic will restore the liver to its natu^^ral duties and promote the secretion of the^bile, thereby preventing jaundice, dy spep^sia, biliousness and other ailments. Sold^by R. S. Hale a. Co., wholesale and retail^agents, Helena.
Urattirylwgto All.
Thehigh position attained and the uni^^versal acceptance and approval of the^pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs^as the most excellent lavative known, illus^^trate the value of the qualities on which^its success is based and are abundantly^gratifying to the CaL Fig Syrup company.
F.B. Ross, northwestern passenger agent^of the Chicago, St. Paul A Kansas City^railwav, is again in the city, and announces^to the public that in addition to the regular^boudouir compartment sleeping car, they^are running one of the most improved pat^^terns of Pullmsn's, and travelers can take^their choice. These cars are all vestlouled.^How can we be equsled, as we are the only^line between St. Paul and Chicago offering^these advantages
CureFor Pile*.^Itching piles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^form, as well as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acts directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cents. Address The Dr. Bosanko^Medicine company, Piqua, O. Sold by R.^S. Hale A Co.
Forchapped hands, roughness of the^skin, pimples, or blotches of any kind on^on the face, apply Dutard's Specific. It^works like magic and is warranted by the^druggist Sold by R. S. Hale 4 Co., whole^^sale and retail agents, Helena.
SPKOXAIjnotices.
vruaof si fa Oleanaee ina Syatam.^^yrup of Flea la Plea Bant and trtaeti^a.^jee Syrup of Flga for Oonatloatlon
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STOCKS.Hmw Vim, July IS.^Bar aUrer, SHL^Copper^Nominal.^Lead^Dull, firmer; domestic, ^. -:^^^^The a lock market was doll and weak to-day^and under hear ettacke It became more actiTe^and prices ran off materially, though a large por^^tion of the lues was regained toward the doae^The market was lrr-rular at the start and under^liquidation lout stocks were weak and a fevertsti^tone was Imparted, (^near trust led off with a^drop of i per cent. Toward noon the bear*^made their great attack of the day and the 4rat^point was Oreeon Tranconttnental, which quick^ly dropped from last .light * doae, ^!, to *Ht.^The panic extended to other VUlard stocks, and^th* eaee with which theee etoaka yielded encoar^eired attecka apon granger* aad coaler* and Mis^^souri Pacific. St. Pant, Union Pacific and Lacka^^wanna w^re all forced off over one per cent, the^lowest price* being generally reached by 2^o clock. At that time a rumor was circulated^that negotiatlone for the purchase of the Bur-^Uiihtjn A Northern l^y th* Chicago, Burlington A^i^ulncy had been concluded and the tide was lm^mediately turned in an upward dlrecUon. The^reaction was sharp and the doae was active and^strong g' nerally at a fraction under fir*t figure*.^Th* oni/ Important change I* a drop of 2^^ tb^Oregon Transcontinental Uovsmmenta steady^Petroleum opened at V3%. cloalng at MV^Uovernment bonds. 4s. 1^8X4; 4*s, 10S^;^Northern Pacific, JJ\; preferred, hS^; Oregon^Improvement, V. Oregon Navigation, W;^Transcontinental, .^f S: Union Pacific, TH*..
Moneyon call easy at i*^3 Prime mercan^Ule paper. 4wj^*H Sterling exchange.
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fc!10^3.UP: cow*, bull* acdmlxed. Jl M^a^! i^^fclogs-KecelpU, 14,000; steady: mixed. U
$140:hewvy. $4,^*a4.2S; light, fia-VC-*^Sheep^Receipts. ^i,0iV: steady, natives. $3,504,
$475; western. $J MH*4 k'
CUICAUOPBODCCat.
Cmctao,July 18 ^1:15 p. m ^Close^Wheat-^cash BOH : September. ~*, December, 79V
Corn-Cash, 35*,^3Mt; August, K*0^MI;^September, 85 V -
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Theimportance of purifying the Mood ran^not he overc^tlma^od. for w.:: ut p'ire^aJmat yun cannot enjoy pood l.eultlx.
Atthis ^*'.:^^'^ Brarly every 01.0 a^fm J medicine to purify. Tii;.:Ue. and en; i' ll^the blood, and IIo.tl ^ ^.,r- p..r..'.a is w^ r,i^y^your coufldeure. It i^ i^^-u'.i.r i:i teal it^strengthens and buiMsuplue ^:-^^:^ ni -r. rrs^an appetite, and tones t.e d. -.lin, wLilc^it eradicates d.^ea^e. ll:ve it at. i..l.
Ilood'sSarsapar :ia i* ^. ' : . ^ V:p:i t^^Prepared lyC. 1. axaaal ^ 1 Lowell, Vtasa.
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C.13 MILLER, M. D.
(FormerlyAse't Snrg. DL S. A.)^SURGERY A SPECIALTY.^Residence. 418 Eleventh Ave.
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C.A. PERRIN, M. D.,
PHYSICIANand SURGEON.
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Contractors.
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ASHBURN K. BARBOUR,
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Combinesthe juice of the Blue Figs of^California, so laxative and nutritious.^wi:h the Beditinal virtues of plants^known to be most beneficial to the^human^v,tem. forming theONLY PER^^FECT REMEDY to act gently yei
KIDNEYS,1LIVER AND BOWELS
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CALIFORNIAFIG SYRUP CO.
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DesignatedDepository ol thr^United 8 uitea.
PtUd-TJpCapital^Surplus and Profits
$000,000600,000
8.T. HaUSZR.President
A.J. Davis.Vice-President
K.W. K.vihHTCashier
T.H. Kljunschm IDTAss't Canhler
6bo.H. HillSecond Ase't Cashier
BOARDOF OIREOTORS.
S.T. Hanaer,^A. M. Hotter,^Granville StnarL^K. W. Knight,
JohnC. Cnrtln,^R. 8. Hamilton,^C P. Hlgglna.^A. J. Davis,^T. H. Klelnschmldt Henry ii. Parehen,^T. C. Power.
General BANKING Bashieae
Intatwatnald on time decoolai.
MONTANA
NATIONALBANK,
helena,montana.
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C.A. BhoadwatsbPresident
L.6. Phklfs, Vloe-Pres. and Act. Cash'r
S.K. ATKiKdON.^A. 8. I LARK E,^H. P. 6ALKN,
C.W. Cannon,^8. C. Ash by
.AssistantCashier^Herman Hans,^Peter Larson,^K. C. Wallaci.
D.A. Cory.
MERCHANTSNational Bank
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HELENA.
Paidin Capital - - $150,000
Surplusand Profit! - 140,000
L.H. HERSHFIELD, Pres't^A. J. DAViDSON, Vice-Pres't.^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r.
M0M0Of 01kit TOMS^THUMAH chcss, At. SAN DM,
S.a. EcNTLIT,w D. MtCHOLAA
A.J. DAVTOtSUxi,aU^tM(S MORBIS,
L.H. UMHt^ariMLU, A. HARSH fxJbL-
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CollectionsRecelvt^Attention
Prompt
PurchaseGold and Siiver Bul^^lion, Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit^^Left for a Specified Time.
AGeneral Banking B;.Mr ens^f ransacted.
ExchangeSold cn the Prlncl^pal Cities of Europe.
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Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
OFMKLBNA.^lnoorixxratad Under the Law* of Montana
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
THOS.CRUSH ..^T. H. CAKTER..^Wat. J. CRUSK..^C. L. DAHLKR...
President
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,Secretary
Treasurer
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OFHELENA.
PaidUp CapitalT - - $75,000^Surplus and Profits - - 20,000
iBMmiA Mowed owTlawe Deposits.
B.D. BDGKRT0X,
C.K. COLB.^eB0R6B B. CHILD^JOE IT. KENCK,:
PresidkntVici-Prksidknt^Cashixb^Assistant Cashier
ButteCity,
MONTANA.
Aa.oCH-'buys a ledge of hematite Iron,^taxing, lime stone and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad.
fS,dtObays 44' ^ acres of fenced land, and^all appurtenances for sheep-gr^^*ring^business, with right ^^f the oldest^and best range in Montana, twenty^five by sixteen miles in extent AIh .if^wanted. 3.500 head of sheep at 92.60^will go with the range. Wood, water,^grass and shelter plentiful.
#1.100buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest In 320 acres of coal land by a^railroad near Butte, containing three^distinct veins of good coal, reepect-^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet In thick-
Alsn,line building propositions In the
businesscenter of Butte,^For sale by
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62E. Broadway, Butte, M. T.
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WhiteleySolid Steel Mowers and'Binders!
OurRan sr-GufoatJi
{hCHQLS^SREPARD COMPAN Ysftw-t^ m , c h
(TTll C CO i M
AreUnqoalifivHlly the Best, the Lightest, Most Complete, Strongest, and tbe Only Absolutely Satisfactory Machines on.Earth.
TheOldReliable CHAMPION Front Cut Mowers.
AFullXine of Hav Rakes, including the TICER, HOLLINCSWORTH and the^BONANZA.
HayLoaders and Hav Presses.
Nicholst^ Shepard Co. and Bellville Threshing Outfits.^Binders* Twine. Wool Sacks and Twine and Sheep Shears.^THE CELEBRATED BAIN WACONS.
AFull Line of Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, Concord Harness, Etc.^Duplicate Parts for all Machines Kept in Stock.
A.J. DAVIDSON ^^, CO., Helena and Bozeman.
GOEAST
VIA.the
NorthernPacific
RAILROAD,
7fie Uimnr Car Route
AMD
GREATSHORT LINE
TOall
EASTERNCITIES
250mtS^ttrSS^ Chicago^AND ALL POINTS EAST.
TBWonly
Through Car Line
LowRates, Uuick Time,
PullmanPalace Care.
TAKETHE SCENIC ROUTE
of
THE NOKTIJ W K S T
thi
MONTAN- A^CENTRAL M
aVXD
M-ANITOB A^RAl LWAYSM
thi kiw aits
POPULAR SHORT LINE
bktwxeh
Hslsna,Wlckss. Boulder Butts, Maryavilla. St.^Paul, Minneapolis, Cnicaf o and^All Points Eaat.
NowOpen for Passenger Traffic
SOIsITJ
THROUGHTRAINS DAILY
irmn
Butte,Helena and St. Paul
PalaceSleeping1 Cars,^Luxurious Dining' Cars,^Magnificent Day Coaches,^And Free Sleeping Cars^For Second-Class Passengers.
Sctwty,Comfort tnd Cwtwy fssj^Ow Pttr^n^.
Itwill he th- trreateet endeavor of the ms-uvr*^ment to rati traloe taroogh On Tims
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
RAILWAY
ANDTH K kami ^
ALBERTLEA ROUTE.
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY^FKUM AUL ahd M1NNXAPOLIS
TOCHICAGO
Without in an..e, CoinrscTiifA with thi FAST
TRAINSOF sVUL LINBh rOK TBS
EASTAND SOUTHEAST!
Th#;.DIKB'-T :and ONLY LINK rntxnlni^THROUQH CARS bstwwa MINN1APOL1S *ad
DES MOINES, IOWA
ViaALBERT LEA amd PORT DODGE.
tySOLlDTHROUGH TRAINS
between
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andthe Principal Cities of the Mississippi \ alley,
connectingIn Union Depot for all point*
SOUTHa^d ^OUTUWEaTf
MANYHOURS SAVEI^K.
TWOTRAINS DAILY to fA \\At (^ITV^LEAVENWORTH and IV/\.^0/\0 Kyi 1 I.^ATCHIS'iN, making connections with the Union^Pacific and Atchison, Topeka A banta Fe Hallways
.lose connection, made In Union Depot with^ail train* of th* St. Paul, Minneapolis A Manitoba:^Northers Pacific: M Paul A Daluth Rai ways,^from and to all point. NORTH and MOKTUWEsT
Dl'lVMUPC' 1 he Trains of the MINNEAPOLIS^BTiir.iriMi . 4 fiT loUIS RAILWAV a-e com^^posed of COMFOKTABLZ DAY c A' HE^,^MAGNIFICENT PULLsAN SLEEPING CARS,^HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS, and oar^Justly celebrated
PALACEDINING CARS!
HfloOLBS. OF BAGGAGE CHECKED FREE,^rare always as lew a* the loweat i For Tim*^Tables, Through Tickets, etc , call upon the^nearest Ticket Agent or write to
C.H. HOLDRlDGE,
Gen'lTkt. A Pass A^t Minneapolis Minn
ONSALE
:roat.iTj
PRINCIPALPOINTS
EAST,WEST,^NORTH an^l SOUTH
AT
28North Main St
Helena,Mont.
A.E. VEAZIE, Pass. Agt.
A.LEWIS. 6. A. Butte. Mont
MASSENABULLARD,^Attorney and Oounaelor at Law.
HELENA.MONTANA
Willpractice la all estxrla of rw-ard In the Tar^rlsorv offic* la Gold Block.
THECHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE
AST*PAULB'Y
istbe Fast-llall Short Line from 81^Paul and Minneapolis via La CroHse and^Milwaukee to Chicago and all points In^tne Kastern States and Canada. It is the^only Una under one management be^^tween St. Paul and Chicago, and U tnt^Finest Kquipped Hallway In th^ North^^west. It is the only line rrmuing t .n-^man Drawtng-Room Sleeping Cars with^Luxurious Smoking Hooms, and th*^Finest Dining Cars in the v\ orld. via the^famous ^River Bank Route,^ aloug th^shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful^Mississippi River to Milwaukee mmt^Chicago. Its trains ^x^nue^-t with those^of the Northern lines in the brand l Dioi^Depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of^any class between St. Paul and Chicago.^For through tickets, time-tables, and foil^information, apply to any coupon t'eke;^agent in the Northwest. R. Millei.^6en'l Manager; J. F. Tucker, Asst (ren'i^Manager; A. V. H. Carpenter, rJen'l Pa*..^an.lTkt. Ag*t; *reo. H. Hf-afT ^r !. I^ften'l Pass, and Tkt. Ag't, Milwauke.^Wis. W. H. Dixon. Ass't ftenT Pw^.^Agent. St. Pan! Minn.
H.TONN,
3North Main Str , Helena, M. T
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, M T ,
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers 11.
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
HARDWARE.
Iron,Bteei, Horse and Mule Sb jes. Hone Nails,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose, Belting. Tinner s Stock, Force and Lift Pumps.
lasPipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Tool*.
aalaAgent* far tbe OslsBralesi
SUPERIOR and Famous ^ACORN
Cookingand Heating Stoves,
4um W. O. Ftaber ^ Olnnjurxati Hotel ana Frx-xiliy
WROUGHT IRON RANGES.
CentennialEeirlgerators, Ice Cbests, Water C ,oierB)^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, illase^and dueensware, Bnglish and American Cutlery,^French and American Mirrors. Plumbers (roods and
Supplies.House ^urnlshiiig Hood*, Ktc., Etc
vaTTboo/1* t^*;sct; Uj Invfaai toacau and latusKt tt^ laBtiBsST sau *.^^! xtj; was s*rr^ ex
WIQLfcSaUg AND RETAIL 8^Cy^^II Til
MMMWISt
OtsJs-stmm ta* Osunf^ ^sllatlast ^ -ia Wsssiw * ^ r^- - ^-.^^, an i ^ a shtsssast
ii^*^ecTruLLT,
CLARKECONRAD ^ CTJRTrN.
A.M. HOLT ER HARDWARE CO
HEADQUAPTERS
PtK
LawnMowers.
Dojon wsdt a BA K-i * I v In anything you PM
OTU4M* l^ th-^ llD^* Of
MILLINERY
AND
FANCYGOODS
VI*MB. MM S
THISWEEK
BARGli^^. throachont tb* Kntlrs KaUriUafa^^aat A visit wUl rspaj you
SPRINKLERS,
and
iyiills Averill
MerchantTailoring,
S.K. Cor Broadway and Pine,
STLOUIS.
Representedby
A.P. Read,
Boom4, over Fred Gamer's^ KKI.KN \. MONTANA.
W.C. MITCHELL,
VETERINARYSURGEON,
Oraxtaa**of Ontario Vnaslaary ( alisars. Tosaaaaa.
Oaaasaa TrsaU all IIof Harass, csttv
AalaxalaDaatalaas
atJ A ZsAcasr'a^Clorc atracas. Hi '
sac^Hiatal* Uaafaiaas] ImL^^'^t^p*^m^ML ~*
H.TONN,
Atvotfor Battsnck'a I'ansras and B^ll'a lUaar^forma.
R.G. DAVIES,
ATTOHSIT-AT-IiAW,BOOM S.axxds a8bbt BLOCK. HILINA M.T.
K.W. JAMES,
and
METALLURGIST.
Havingrepaired and en arged tar Lthotitar*^am now prepared to give axx aatua or AfoAi s^akd CBBBICAL a UKK at abort notice. Order*^from tne country by mall or ax press resets*^prompt attention. Sample* kept all nvmtns, and^all work guaranteed.
Willexamine, report oa and negotiate tne talc^of mines.
Urandaad Jack son atrele rear Pint Nation a^Bank, Helena. M. T.
loaTsjo. rstnaaa.^ . . .
PAULSENA M'CONNELL,
ittmtdttnetfr to Arihtlmet*rwJ Wi*.
rtajsaaad *|i n lBfs*f^T^ draara. Work **xas*^(-^^VlPB^ Pittabtxrl Klnck. Haaasa. ^^^*^^ I,
GARDENHOSE.
MechanicalTools
OFKVKRY DESCRIPTION.
Belting^ Packing
IronPipe and Fittings
Cabinet and Builders' Hardware,
Dealersin
Nitro-G-lycerine,Dynamite,
andall High Explosives.^1 13 NORTH MAIN STREET.
HELENALUMBER CO,
'!an is V H. Osomas.)
Rouehand Finishing Lumber
FACTORYWOIRZK:,
Ordersby Mall will receive frompt AtccDtioc. Corre^^pondence solicited Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
BYBLTINe
DIAMONDSand WATCHES
OfAil OradeU and Makes
AtRINGWALD'S Od. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main St
Xhe Pioneer ol the Grreat West.
COSMOPOLITANHOTEL.
BBL1NA,MONTill.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN. PROPRIETORS.
TheOlrx#s*. Mont BclUbl* Lesadlnir Klnrt-eUasB Hrrtel In the Terr ft 017
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IXL
ONEDOOR NORTH OP THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
aaaafi
THENORTHWEST C!
TO TAP A tiRE A T
TheRich Feeder Which the^Pacific is Repeated to^Absorbed.
IRailway Ag. : 1v,^tl,w|^railway, which th^ Jtan ^.^ rn |^ptran to have ^...;.. : 1* an^^ Kraud icaie. Martinit tronJ^alaniloba. a point on the Canad|^railway, a i* projected to push^^Tl^ to Port KssiDKtcn 00 the l*i^juat below the southern Ubeof^it U even proposed to tend a^ward down the Mackt i . . r,\.-|^let tn the Arctic ocean, away u|^reiriona of latitude 70 degree* n,^It ia realized that the dxetance^don to Port EsaiDirton is *oin^j^1,800 miles, and to tbe mouth o|^kenzie over 2,000 miir^.^distance lying through uninl]^gions with the most formidaM^of dense forest* innumerable^rivers, unknown mountain rani^rible cold prevailing a great i*^year, it will be seen that the sol^of the most audacious which ri^jectors have ever yet put on^course the probabilities of tbe :\^tag theee remote termiuais are^inaefimte. Hut, on the other^certain that ther is a vast regioi^Columbia alone the promised i^can be made to support a constat^ulatioo if it is opened up by a ra^although such a scheme a* thai^may now appear chimerical,^will undoubtedly justify the et^the Northern Pacific conipar^ting a foothold in Jalanit^which the possibility of reach!^far northwest is aecured. It is 1^he a part of the scheme to i^Brandon a dip ct line aoutbeasij^Mauitoba and Dakota to intersect 1^ern Pacihc main line al.Kargoor *l^point, thus shortening the disls;^the line now in process of co^way of YVinuipeg, and^other new regions. C^Canadian Pacific, wl^pushed across the^regions of Manitoba and the^Territory in the expectation th^have a monopoly of that vast r^^indefinite period, is now destim^ence severe competition from o^of our own lines. Seeing that thi^^^inaugurated the scheme ot cc^with tbe Hues un this side the tx.J^their own soil, 11 certainly is not J^to complain very much if linf^United State* are pushed into Oaf^a similar object in view.
ri,..i-iii Companion.
Youth'sCompanion: Itisund^^fact that some people take^though It must be of a doleful ^^^tending funerals, reading meci^tragic occurrences, and other exj^of like nature. To that class al^belonged a model employed by^an English artist, who is describ^^gentleman as good-tempered, pal^depressing. If a disagreeable^could possibly be made, be wa- su^dulge in it.
Ithought you said I suited you^for that figure,^ he announced^after a sitting was concluded, *^you was going to make him a likl^me.
Well,^said the artist, what of
Well,i ain't as ugly as that.
Againhe announced. ^J was^the Allien ^ tin the other day. and!^justpitch into you, to be sure!
Well,what do you tell me that!
1thought you might like to km J^all.^ 1
Thissympathetic model knew^are the great enemies ol painters, 1^was wont to reply, in answer to tl^ing, ^A fine day'
Wt^,l,i don't know. It was .^where 1 came from, and the winl^this direction. Shouldn't wonder nl^over dark presently; just when ^f^lshtng a heve perhaps.
Onemore example of delicate cJ^tion must suffice.
Youknow Mr. .^' said he,_
He'sa great artist, ain't he run*!
Why,certainly; lie's a tr. nif^clever fellow. What of him V
Ob,nothing, much. 1 was a -I^him the other day, and he wan laikil^you.^ 1
Was be f
Yea,and he says you don't painl^well as you used to.'r |
Ayer'sliair Vigor has long heldl^place as a hair dressing in the es(^of the public. Ladies tind that 11.|^aratlon gives a beautiful gloss to^and gentlemen use it to prevent^and cure humors in the scalp.
NoL'neerlainty.^There la nothing uncertain at^effect* of Chamberlain's Colic, Che^Diarrhiea Kemedy. The fact is, t|^only preparation in the market tin^ways be depended upon and that 11^ant and safe to take. Twenty^lift^-cent bottles for sale by H. at.
Ihair Business Booming.
Probablyno one thing has cause^^general revival of trade at K. ^.^Co.'* drug store as their giving^their customers ol so many free tr^ties ol l^r. King's New Iiiot.- uj tl^sumption. Their Irade is simjily ^^ii^in tins very valuable art:e|^- from^Uial a *lwa^s cures and never dis^Coughs, colli*, asthma, bronchiti^and all throit ami lung diseases^cured. You can lest 11 before buy^getting a trial bottle free, large^Kvery bottle warranted.
'raiseFrom an Kollor.
Mr.K. J. Smith, editor of the KoH^combie, Ilakota, Herald, say*: ^Tl^wonderful medicine 1 have ever me:^I* Chamoerlain's Colic, Cholera ant]^rha^4 Knnedy. In case ^(f c^.!ir^speedy relief. Ou hunting trii.s^found it indispeiisible. Put in alkali^it impart* a pleasant tante and pi^diarrhoea, which alkali water prodi,^onild not ltd safe without It in my 1^25 and SO cent bottles for *^tl^ by^Parehen dr. Co.
Lawfcis'ttrfels gotten up^foraalaiidoii abort no Ice at tblal
Conarhi and Cuuffa'!sail ( ouxhl
WhatIn tbe world Is the reason yq^cough and keep coughing and *til]^trying inferior medicines when^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively 1^your cough at once ^ This is no ^'^Ing scheme, but an actual fact aj^guarantee it. For sale by all dru^K. S. lisle a Co., wholesale^agents.
Epoch.
Tbetransition from Jong, lingerinj^painful sickness to robust health ms^epoch In the life of the Individual,^remarkable event is treasured in th^ory and the agency whereby tin^health has been attained is gri^blessed. Hence it is thai so much 1^tn praise of Electric Bitters So ma^they owe their restoration to health^use of the Great Alterative and Ton^you are troubled with any disease^neys, liver or stomach, of long or^standing, you will surely find relief^of Electric Hitters. Sold at 60 cen^tl per bottle at K. S. Hale A Co s^store. .
ASure Cars for files.^t*r. Kirk ^ uwsiaD Pile Olntmei^eared iillnd. Bleeding and itebln*^all other ointments have fail^1 the tumors, allays trie itch^once, acts as a poultice, gives ins^lief. Or. Kirk's German pile Oin;u^l^prepared xmly for pile* and itching
bosI* warranted. Hold by drux.^sent by mail on receipt of priest,Tt^and *1 per box. Solf by K. S. liale ,
Hele-
TheClosing of an Important Os(
Theblockade of a port is not uk^jurious to its commerce than is eveJ^temporary obstruction of the bowels^health of the system. Constipation^aarily arrests the secretion of bile, im^and disorders digestion and poison]^circulation. The safest and moat erf.^as it is al^o the most genial, laxativ^anti bilious medicine in existence i,^tetter's Stomach Bitters, and it i-,^than probable that its sovereign efhcl^a preventive and remedy for intern]^and remittent fever ia largely due toT^formatory action upon the live, an I^prejudicially Involved in all malarial^plaints. Persons with a tendency^rheumatic, neuralgic and kidney 1^csjnnot do better than to antagonize k,^H2f^*ifSto^^^ch BiuejsTwhich 1^checks u at ^ oaU^. The |^-reoTer, are invested wtth streng^s fine invigorant
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