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AILYINDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2. 188!^.
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couldnot read h A leas trouble than^those who could. The party workers^i,ad cards ready for the Illiterate bear-^ng the Dames of the candidates of the
voter'schoice. At the top was printed,^1 want to vote foe all the candidates on^this card.^ The voter signed this card^and presented it to the judges, who^necked hi* official ballot accordingly.^Voters of this sort were thus disposed of^with great expedition. The party work^^ers, too, had little more difficulty in as^^certaining how a man voted than under^the old law, and when the polls dosed^their conjectures as to the result were^quite as accurate as in past years.
TheWorld's Fair managers are now
botheringtheir heads over the contract^labor law. under a strict construction of^which it is asserted that the clever^workmen, painters, carpenters and^buil-ier*, who have contributed by t^eir^skill to make the Paris exposition a suc^^cess will not be allowed to come to this^country to contribute their handiwork^to the competitive exhibition. As passed^by congress, the intention of the law un^^questionably was to forbid merely the^importation by contractors of unskilled^and underpaid labor. Recent ruling- of^the treasury department, however, nave^given a different interpretation to the^law, and the point has been raised that^even ministers of the gospel, college pro^^fessors and artists come under the ban.^Of course no American workingman^fears to have the work of the skilled^Kuropean artisans exhibited in friendly^competition with his own at a World's^Fair. The skilled American mechanic^is the best workman on earth and the^products of his hand and brain have^taken prizes in every old world exhibi^^tion. Congress at its coming session^honld amend the law so as to give the^World's Fair exhibitors from abroad a^chance to show us what they can do. It^would be a graceful act in our labor^^ r^iiiizations to petition congress to^ttiat effect.
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Atthis writing 1 a. m.^ the returns^from tlie election are so meagre and in^^complete as to make it impossible to^forecast fie result with certainty. The^contest has been exceedingly close and^the majorities on governor ami congress^man probably will not exceed 5 0 to 800^one way or the other. Present judica^^tions are that Toole, democrat, is elected^(jovernor by a small but safe maj irity.^Power runs behind his ticket in nearly^every precinct heard from, except In
Thecongre*-inual ticket is in doubt^with Carter slightly in the lead cu the^returns now at hand. Later figure* may^overcome his apparent advantage, but^the chances may be said to favor his^^lection.
Thelegislative ticket is close with the^e*ianc^s in favor of a hinall democratic^majority oil joint ballot. The democrats^almost to a certainty have elected a part^of their legislative ticket in this county^and they have elected members in sev^er.il of the close counties where they did^not carry the state ticket through.
Thegreat democratic gains which^have nearly, if not quite, wiped out last^year's republican majority of 5,162 were^nude in lie-r Louise. Silver Bow. Mis^^soula ami l.t-wis and Clarke counties.^Deer Lodge show* a democratic gain of^1.500. Silver Bow about the same ti^ure,^Missoula about 0^^i and this county it is^estimated will cut la-.t year's republi^^can majority lawn at least Mt Uaw-^son county on the east has revtr-^ed her^republican uiaj irity of la-t year and is^carrisl by the democrats. It quite^probable that the result may yet be de^^termined by the returns from Fergus^an 1 Meagher counties, from which no^returns of significance have been re^^ceived.
Laterfigures will be found on our^first page.
fieldswol^paj(rre^i economic loss
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j^BHavT av^urU4Utia, and so tbe^jue.'je* is latereiy one of a trat *fer of the^oil interest from the east to tbe far west.
ItIs well known that oil exists in V. yo-^ming and Colorado, and it U believed tbat^it may be found In Sew Mexico. The oil^fields of Fremont county, in tola state, pro^^duce practically all tbe petroleum con^^sumed in tbe Rocky Mountains and the ad^^jacent country, and undoubtedly the pro^^duction of that locality could be largely in^^creased. There are excellent Indications^ot the existence of oil in tbe western part^of tbe state, and also in Archuleta coun^^ty. Archuleta county promises to become^in time a great oil producing section.
Theoil region of Wyoming Is very ex^^tensive, and there Is ground for the belief^that some day tbe oil product of the terri^^tory will be looked upon as wondertul^In New Mexico very Utile proapectiug for^oil has been done, but there is hardly a y^room to doubt that oil exists ih the wesu-ri.^part of the territory, near tbe line of tbe^Atlantic and Pacific railroad.
Withtbe development of tbe oil re^^sources of tbe far west will come a large^Increase In tbe business and wealth of this^part of the country. Employment will be^uivt-n to thousands of men in tbe oil dis^^tricts. Pipe lines will be laid to Denver^and other cities, and the use of oil for fuel^In manufacturing will become common
FlableyThat last paragraph In your^joke column yesterday was a great one.
Table)rWhy, that was a patent medi^^cine ad.
FlableyTea, but It was the best thing^in it, just the same.
BostonGirl^1 don't like Cncle Ben a^hit. lie may know all about ships, but he^don't know any thing about etiquette.
HerMamms^What's he done, Emeline
BostonUlrl^Hr told Charley last night^that be d'dn't like the cut of his jib. And^you kow, mamma, Charley don't wear^jibs.
Ir was the best democratic campaign
evermade in Montana.
Theu*tioual civil service reform^league which is now in session at Phila^^delphia is reading the riot act to the^Harrison administration for its failure^to keep its pie ljr [n Q(s address yes^terday *renr^e William Curtis did no^mince his language iu speaking of this^matter. Hejsaid: ^If th#y sneer at de^^clarations which by their acceptance of^office have become their own, as absurd;^if they chuckle over violations of their^own ple.i^s: if they choose to figure^offii-ullyas statesmen foresworn, they^do not discredit or injure the cause to^which they eagerly professed fidelity .nor^do they show it to be unwise, untimely^or impracticable. The discredit, the^shame, tae u..honor, fall elsewhere than^upon the cause of reform
ThkIkdipbkddit is a newspaper.^Onr dispatches from every part of Mon-^tuna during the campaign have given a^faithful and accurate review of the situ^^ation for the guidance ^^f our readers^We have not withheld ne'rs because it^was unfavorable to t'ie democratic^cause, nor have our correspondents over-^colored the situation waeu it was in oar^favor. We have feU that a: all times^and under all circumstance it was our^duty to keep faith with our readers in^la; iUg before them impartially the^jews as it actually was. We shall do^the same with our election returns.^Favorable or unfavorable, doubtful or^certain, our readers shall Lave the fig^^ures and estimates just as they are sent^In by trained and experienced corre^^spondents, who have but oue in.-truc ioo^from us^tell the truth.
Thereports fiom different sections of^the territory are not sufficient at this^writing to show how the Australian sys^^tem of voting worked In every instance,^but in Helena, under the thorough or^^ganization of the parties little difficulty^was experienced in its operations. The^party workers, in anticipation of more^or less friction in the new machinery,^got their voters to the polls in the early^hours of the day, and tte balk of the^ballots were in tbe boxes by noon. The^voters were generally qulek to compre^^hend the methoi of procedure under the^conditions and made qniek work of^off the names. Voters who
TheWashington Press bears that M j^Harrison, Mrs. McKee and Mrs. Wana^maker ^have formed a combination to ef^^fect something of a change in social cus^toms here next winter.
BurglarWhat are you laughing at. you^fool'.' Do you see this gun
AwakenedCitizen^1 was laughing to^see you hunt In tbe dark for the money I^can't find in broad daylight.^ New Tork^Herald
CongressmanSunset Cox was a member^of the Thirteenth club, he died at IS Last^Twelfth street, the original list of his pall^bearers contained thirteen names, he was^five times IS years of age, and he was bur^ied on Sept. IS.
Itis said that an Ohio man has written^Jay Gould a begging letter every day tor^the last 4S0 days, and In his last he an^^nounced that he had purchased $10 worth^ot stationery and calculated to ke^p turn^ing the crank until be got some response.^She^I do so like to read Howell's.^He^1 would really like to know ^hy.^She^Tou don't have to go to any trouble^to look for your place. You can begin In^the middle or at eitner end and it is all tbe^same. ^Terre Haute Express.
Thegirl horse thief in West Virginia^furnishes a new phase of romantic crime,^hut tbe skeptical reader wiil be inclined to^doubt that she ran off horses alone at night^and made perilous midnight journeys over^mountains without any escort. The de^^tectives will probably find that she had a^lover and that he used the girl merely as a^ciever device to shield him from detection.
Theamount of water passing over Niag^ara falls \ aries with the height of tbe river^Proft !^^ W. I). Gunning estimates tbe^average amount at 18.000,000 cubic feet per^minute. Allowing pounds to th- cubic^foot, this would give a total of 602,600 tons^per minute, or 25,812.S00 in 45 minutes, of^which somewhat more ti an two-thirds^passes over Horse ..hoe falls. Other esti^^mates place the toUl amount pasrlng over^both falls as high as 100.000,000 tons per^hour. In comparison the recent I x^d at^Johnstown was a gill.
Tbemackeral catch this year has been a^failure, and tbe fishermen along the New^England coast have begun to despair. Ap^^parently the mackerel have been driven^away from their accustomed spawning^grounds, au^^ the steady decrease in the^supply indicates that the falling ^ ff is per^minent rather than accidental. Evidently^tiiere is such a thing as exhausting the^stock of food fish In certain parts of tl^ocean, as well as in the lakes and rivers l^the land.
ItIs definitely settled that the republicans^wiil have a clear working majority in tbe^next chamber of deputies, and, as M Keln-^acb has recently pointed out in a magazine^article, the party will be more compact^and more nearly unanimous than in several^years before. M. Keinach says that the^Boulangist movement has been one of the^greatest possible valae to France In arous^^ing and consolidating the republicans, and^that now, Instead of drifting as heretofore,^they will bestir themselves and navlg Ue the^ship of state Into calm and peaceful wa'ers.
Accordingto one authority the wheat^production in a number of countries,^among them the United States, increased^1*4.000,000 bushels In 18N9, while there was^a decrease in other countries amounting to^146,00',000 bushels. Russia's share of tbe^decline is 72,000,000 bushels, wblle the^United States is credited with an increase^of Hi 000.000. Under the circumstances it^Is reasonable to suppose that tbe surplus^American wheat will command a better^price this year than for some years put.
Froma population of 332.313, and an^area of h -, square miles in 1KH0, Baltimore^haa grown to 500,000, living on a territory^of 31 square miles. Last year St. Louis^alone surpassed her in the proportionate^increase of buildings. Her commerce Is^said to include tbe most extensive coastiDg^trade in the country, while the foreign^trade to Europe and South America la very^large and remarkably steady. From Bal^timore go out every year millions of cans^of oysters and peaches and other fruits of^t'ie field and the sea. to climes less favored^by nature for the production of these^wholesome delicacies. A wonderful devel^^opment in ten years of manufacturing ic-^d istries is also recorded to the credit of^that beautiful city.
Theequivocal attitude of Gov. Foraker^toward the administration, growing out of^Tinner's removsl, has led to a story among^Ohio politicians to the effect that all has^not been serene for some time past. There^was one man In the Ohio delegation at Chi^^cago Isst year who violated hi^ instructions^for Sherman and voted for Harrison He^vas a candidate for revenue collector^in tbe Toledo district, and was^narked by Foraker. Senator ^her-^man supported another cand date^and forced his appointment. While tbe^6*ht was in progress Foraker went to^Washington and called at tbe white house^iu regard to tbe matter. Harrison tistly^refused to appoint Foraker's candidate be^^cause he baa proved traitor to Sherman.
'Butbe voted for you,'^ urged tbe gover^^nor
'leanot help that. I despise a Judas ^^-If he Is a Judas be ought to have his^fhirtv pieces oi silver,^ rattled the Fire^Alarm.
1an not a Jew,'^ replied the president^^I thought you were,^ was the retort. ^1^know it took your tribe over forty years to^come through tbe wtldei nets after grand^^father's clock ran down.
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CopperDull tae.rj: lake, October, $10 7}
ThetUckmarket man*al'^ed about tbe same^volume of baB nee* to-laj la the rpga'ar hat, bu^tbe unlisted department was mutbleea actlret^while tbe weak atocka of tbe paat few date were^more quiet, and moaUy within comparatir-lr^narrow limit*, and tbe ranee of i rice* in in ^i^storks was ^xtr*m^ly email. Atchteon was bU.'I^tbe central Snare In tbe mark t Openlr g prices^were generally lower, tbe rec tare ex'eudiAi^ to^teree-elfchth P't cent Toward ti*^ close a rretter^feeling nUUd, ss money (rax* sign* of easing up^and tLe sfSafJS was dull and firm, though still at^small frartlona below opening prfc.es. ^Vovern^ment* steady to fi m.
Petrolen opened firm at so*1*, and advanced^^^^ in tbe early trading, some force sal*e then car^rted the price* down ta^ Sbl, Int ^ sharp rally fol^^lowed and tbe market closed firm at VH\.
UoTsmmninorma, 4a, U7; 4^as, 10641^Northern Pacific, *!\ . preferred. 74* : Urevo:,^Improvement, 58. Oregon Navtgsttoo, tl^TrenecunUnental, 32*: Union Pacific. 644t.
Moneysaj call strlnirsnt ranging from t to 18^cloaed 64t^. Prime mercantUe paper. !^^^^*^ s^^StorUng exch.ani e .lei, weak .sixty day blUa, S4^SO*; demand, at*',^.
tlVJISTOCK^Canes eo, Oct 1.-Cattle^'tawelpta. 10,500^strong for good: cemmnn weak, choice to extra^*ev*e $1 ~ i. st era, f 3 fE ro. storkera and^feeiers, ^.ls^i 5o. l ex as rattle. $1 55^^05.
Uoge Kecel,.ts, J0.i^JO; strong five cents higher:^mlxec, ^4 154)4 SB; heavy, $4 ai 45; light, $4.J03^4.^^i
saa-t^ Recetpte.s.QTQ- slow lower: native* $S^6.111; western, %i 50^4 30; Telans, $33,413
II i aou fkUDUl'l^Cattsec Oct, 1-1:15 p. m.^trioea^ Wheal^Low. r. October 81^^; December, 84\ : May, t5H^Me*dy: ^^ctober. 31: May, *l$s.^Oate-Flrm October, 19*; May, H%
a^ ^^^-^:: .1 -.11 lary, 111. .r*^avd steady. October, *197WQ.J^ OO; Jaanary^B^S44bS W
Itthat impurity t^f the Mood which produces^. ily lumps or swellii.gs In tlie necki^w!.i^n causes running sores on the amis^SaT f ', v. Men develops ulcers In the^- ;' s ^.ir^. or nose, often causing blindness or^deafness; which i* the origin of pimples, can-^cerou* growths, or ^humors;^ which,fasten^^ing up v the lungs, causes con^o- - and^death. It ^s the most ancient ^ t^and very '* ^ persons are entirely 1.
T'.ytak:;i^ Hood's Sarsapartlla, which, by
theremarkable cures It has accomplished,^has proven it -olf to be a potent and peculiar^medicine for this disease. If J ou suffer from^acr.ifula, try Hood's SarsaparlKa,
Every spring my wife and children have^been troubled wUh scrofula, my little boy,^three years old. being a terrible sufferer.^Last spring he was one mass of sores from^bead to feet. Weulltook HoixI's Sarsapartlla,^and all have been cured of the scrofula. My^little boy Is entirely free fr^^m sores, and at*^four of my children look bright and healthy ^^W. B. Atio-HTon, Passaic City, N.J.
Soldhya!ldrur-;ri^t^. fl;sllfor^5. Pre pared only^by C. 1 ii1k1d a 01 Apothecaries, Lowell. Maaa
IOOPoses One Dollar
URINARY and RKCTAL DISKASKS^A 8PKCIALTY.
ALady Assistant will be In constant^attendance at my office daring office
Hoarsfrom 10 to 12 A. M. and from 1^to 3 P. 11.
Office,rooms ft, 11, 12, Helena Busi^^ness College. Sixth are. and Main str^^Helena. Mont.
B.9. STO a CO.
Korthe protection and promotion of trade
Establishedin 1841^118 Offset.^Cnttbd 8tat^s, Canada and Kr-Bops^Manager of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA
Otflcecorner Sth avenoe and Main Street.
PhysicianSorgeon.Accoacher. Ocnlts'^etnd Anrist
Memberof Sea Praaclsco Medical Socketr, also^Mevsda State Msc'cal Society^ufcee^Pare ken s . -nr store, corner above Mala^sat 3roa^iwsv. Sntraace on Broadway sac Jack-
sou.Hcleta, Mortaaa^^ ! Sr
Graduateof Ontario Veterinary CeUeee,Toronto,^Canada Treat* all die***** of Horse*. Cattls^and Other Domestic Animals Dental and Surgi^^cal operation* carefully performed. Calls by^mall or telephone promptly attended to Office^at J. A Mpaj^a Uvery stable, corner Wall aad^Close etreeu. Helena ^o*t Telephoae St.
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Oil1b the West.
DenverRepublican: Tbe exhaustion of^the eastern oil fields Is a matter of interest,^chiefly because of iu bearing upon the fu^^ture development of the far west, if there^were no oil fields in any other part of the^l~nited States, then the exhaustion of the^Pennsylvania, Wast Virginia aad Ohio
Piano.Flute and Singing.
So.ins Howie Street, or at A P Carta s Music^Store. Helena Montana
THKsannsl meeting of t he stock holders of the^I n'.on Mining Co. for the elecUaa of truat^see and snrh oth*r r*B*lD*e* as may come before^the meetleg, will be : eld at tbe ofjee of A. E^Bar hour | Masonic buildings Helena. Montana, on^Thurada), October |S 1^ at ^:3n p. sa,
ASHBUKN K. BARBOUR,
Attorneyana Counselor at Lai
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tsarMM pare baa* ef city 1^7 per rear Inter***, to tbe^of six tbouaand dollars ,s*kS^0.S^) wfll tss 1^at my office, 113 B-oadwar, aatll MasadAy,^be* SO, lStB, st I* o clock, SiirlBlis
S.M. DorJeLAS. dry'
OPTICB Brsek at
t^^^A ^ 2s
7/7r Uimnv Gar Route
250Milee ttSmTChicane^AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Through Car Line
LowRates, Quick Time,
TAKETHK SOrSNIO ROD tU
THENORTH WE 8 J
M-ANITOB1 A^RAI LWAYSM
th 11* aSBS
POPULAR SHORT LINE
H4i^n^ Wlck^^, Bouid^r. Butt*. fMarwvvtit*, a .^Paul, Mlnntsapol'a. C^ci.o t ^^All Potnt, East.
NewOpgD for Passenger Trail
Butte,Helena and St. Paul
PalaceSleeping Cars,^Luxurious Dining Cars,^Magnificent Day Coaches,^And Free Sleeping Cars^For Soccr d-CIass Passengers.
Safety,CsMBfort ted Cwtjrt^y IW
Itwill he tb^ ereateet endeaTor of the niaaai,*^ment to run trains thronub us Tia ^.
TO A ^r 'r
EAST,WEST,^NORTH and SOUTH
28NortH Main Si
A.E. VEAZIE, Pass. Agt.
A.LEWIS, (i. A. Butte. Mont.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY
FROMAI L and MINNKAPOLiS
With^ct Crandi, ('uNiracTiiiw wm thi Ka^'^TKAINt) **f aIX um pna tbi
EAST ASP SOUTHEAST!
Tbe;OIRXCT ^nd ONLY LINK n.nnln,^THROL'UH CARS betweea MINMSAPOLiS ^:.;
DES MOINES, IOWA
ViaALBUM^ LB A and FORT D006B.
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andthe Principal Cltlee of the Mississippi Valley
connectingin I'nion Depot for all potnls^SOUTH axu SOUTHWBSTf
MANYHOURS SAVEDMrrlnnhnl^Tm^ TRAINS DAILY to IfA N,^^AC f'lTV^LKAVENWORTH aid IVAilJt\J LI1 I^ATCHISON, making connections with the Union^Pacific and Atchison, Topeka ax .-anta Fe Railway
ew~ lose connections mad* In Union Depot with^all trains of the ^4. Psnl, Minneapolis a Manitoba:^Vnrtbern Pacliic: St. Paul A Dtiiuth Ral.wsjs,^from and to all potntsN^JKTH and NORTH WKsT
EHVIIIiCI!I ^^* Tra;5s of tbe MINNEAPOLIS^^U El Daft . 4 st Lolls RAILWAY are com^poaed of COMFllKTABLJC DAY C ACHES.^MAGNIFICENT PULL SAN SLBBPINO CARa,^HOKTON RKCLININQ CHAIR CARS, and 031^)uetlj celabratwl
ETltOLB;*. OF BAOOAGB CHECKED KKBB^Fare always aa lew aa the low eat! For Tint^Tat.iee, Through Tickets, sic., call upon the^neareet Ticket Agent or write lo
Gen'lTkt. A Psaa a^r MlnnsapoUe Minn
Glove-FittinpCorsets Still Ahead
arenow rnads with our
Toavoid disvcomfon^CAuaward by the Upp4^0^Mtm, formorly
*part act fit with abao-^luta comfort rvow. ajuar-
SHORT,MfDUM^EX ' R A LON'A
TawBaw^ Oooctb. Moat Coeefortaba* to ta*^Woarwr, anal Cheapest for Qualltv.^FOR SALE EVERYWHERE^E4M.U..N. BA1THKLLEK St C O.,
toTMoassoM. LAsiorot* a oo_
LawsOmci ar I^B*lena. Mont., tsapt SOtfe, UBS f^NoUre is fe reby gtvaa that the foilowlns r emer!^axlar baa Bled ni tire cf bis intention to make^anal pmot In support of his claim, sad th at said^proof will b* mac* b*f. r* register sad re-elver^of Helena. M. T, on Novsn-ber Sad, WTX Tlx:^Cyrus Clspp. who made D. n. No. 5SVL C.^~ aBw^ for t^ie awls.. a^V and awls, ts,. sac^anl ns sets, sec-14, tp IT ar. 1 w.
CharlesM r-peuKMag, of 84. Clair, M T., ' horn-^as. of St Clair, M. T , foha A Barrax,
saL. Goraas^of Cssstaat,
WinterCloaks Just Received
AndSelling at ONE-THIRD their Value at
Seethem before they are all sold. Bound to^be sold quickly at the prices marked.
KOHLBERCtfc CO.^No. 5, NorthlMain Street.
A.M. HOLIER HARDWARE CO
Of RVKBT DK8CRIPTI0N.
and Builders' Hardware,
andall High Explosives.
113 WORTH MAIN STREET.
NORTHPACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION I
Opensat Portland, Or., Sept. 20,and Closes October 86, 1889.
TheBuilding Contains Six and One - Half Acres
OfFloor Room, which will tie covered with Interestlnir displays of every
descriptionfrom every section or the Northwest.
$250,000EXPENDED IN GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS!
Largestand Bent exhibit of FIN K LIVB STOCK ever brought together on th^ Pacific^coast will be made in ttM ^pacioaH grounds adjacent to the Exposition^Bnilding from October 14 to 19.
LIBEHATI,THE FAMOUS OOBNETIST,
Withfifty of the best mnsicians of New Xork, has been enraged at an enormous^expense to furnish music during the entire exposition. There has been nothing^left undone to make this the grandest exposition on the Pacific coast. Reduced^rates of fare have been secured on all transportation lines. Portland extends an^invitation to every reeideiit of the northwest to attend this magnificent expo- itlon^and enjoy her hospitalities Hotrd accommodations ample. For further iufi rma^tton address NORTH PACIFIC INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. PORTLAND, OB
JAS.MoMIXIsAIV ^ CO
FPoPRIKTOUi-OF TH h
IUOES, SSSEP PB^TS, PTOS, WOOL, TALLOW-
Ginsergand Seneca Root.
SHEEPPri,TS ^ FURS A SPECIALTY.
IOI.103 ^. IN Second St North.MINNEAPOLIS. MI*-
Sii11 m~n:* Solie.t tlWr^it*^ for 1 irculan
MontanaPacking and Provision Co.
Packers,Ciirers and Smokers of
CHOICEMILDLY CURED MEATS,
AllMeats of oor Special Diamond R cure are packed in Montana and have oui^brand plainly burned into the skin.
FREDSTOLBA FUR CO.
178Wabash Ave., - Chicago.
SealGarments in N- w and Exclusive^designs, and perfect in fit. Orders and^measures left at the Helena Corset and^Kid Glove Parlors will recehe prompt^and personal attention.
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J.L. Sr#,fTK^Freight Transier Line
Allkinds of merchandise and otht-i^freights. Including ores, prompUy trans^^erred from depot.
Officeat J. FeldiM'rg's Store and at MM^Jepot. Orders will receive prompt at-^tAntlrsn
tmmnranciii*^IlUVi. ^. T
WENDEL ^ STEIN'S
FormerlyM. REINIG'S.^Fire. Class Quality
Bread,Cakes and Pies
Toany part of the city on short nr tiee^No. 106 Bridge street, one door aiove^M. Reinlg's.
(nomeysand Oormaalor at Law,^SBuniA, aoHTAJiA
illprsrttsU sil euarss of rweovS la I ^.a Tss
f- r ^*^ as r,^ui Baock.
aot=t t t eot8
r,--e..-- 4 -',ctlf to Mrefiittcturm! Work.
tlas aad ^ aclrScstlons 4rswn. Work sspsv
^-wrrsj-PlttshTirv Fl~ ^ Hsisas. Montsna
PanlI A. Mi,
119J,N. MAIN ST.
ItCONFORMS TO 8HAPE O' P
fr^* wan: perfect on ' ^ ^ s 1.^Mint m 1 all discom'ort ^1.0 will alwavt^1* Burt A Packard S^oa). it U ar* -
SBtea WW i ***/'^' s^'^a. tb* bmt v*im* and
Kusmao's^boe ma^t* in tba world,^n't spoil y our feet by wearing cheap t
***Burt ^ Packard Shoe r^*^* no mors a* 1
aaasrSa* sSes.^AB styles in Hand
j^^ i u ts m^hs.
.fW: well sad r
alsaBovv' snj Vli not sold dt yuar d*a
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FRcDGAME.R, Htlera M M
arU^M IIIC Or^eral sad VKBTOUS DEB1. ITT^PTTT} X* We^kneas sf Body aad BUad: I 3ecl^yj aJ AVXl ef Errors ar ti 111 ss.l ta OU st Taasa;
S.Isit. S*B4t ^AVBBWHS f^*^* B^^.^r^. Uwm a^ Saaw ^ mm-
a.11is ^ vkil. 1 xasrrxL^evi.ub^..v* a nm.( ^i^^siii. nasks smi vwaavar^v^s.^ai* a. ^ s*y
b* ^**^% fcsS. 47 BBaaw. t^mi^rt^^ mm* r^rrt^^ ^ ^ '^^-^^IwaawasSsa. ~ * * ^ *^ -^ -
Afull line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Isnow being openedlat
Ladies'and Gent's Bathing Suits on sale.^New Goods i every department being daily^received. You are respectfully invited to call.
No.5. North Main Street.
CLARKE,CONRAD ^ CUR1
32and 34 Main Street, Helena, 5^1 *T
WbOlOAAUeand RertAll I^e*aie*e Ic
Heavy,Shelf ^. Buna
fm. curst and Mule 8bje^. Ron* mm^Steei Naii*. Mm Supply Biaokwnitii I 8mu^6r*t Beiung. Tinners Stock, Forct gad bft hi *
Pipeana Fitting*. CliVMierf
Bw)AspsKts t^r tss Oe.
1SUPERIOR and Famous,^Cooking and Heating Stoves,
aVBdW. O. PUaber'B Cincinnati Boun Aatl Rm |
WROUGHT IRON RANG'
:mtennlal ^eiiigeratort, Ice CbeiU, Water CooJern.^loe Cream Freezers, Wood and Wlllowware, 0\^it^and dueennware, English and Americai:^Frenot and American Mirrors, Plumbers^Supplies, House Furnishlnf
a-sajsntaxyu isarwcarallT igTiaxd trajeall 1 lespsxa BBi LAllVMUT BMewSBS . : -;^ajcra
1^LIS4LI Al^ KET4IL 5T0C1^ 9F 9$9ft II - \
OrvsBSSr*wss law Oa^^e^. r awisslassl sn^ Bsasrss Prwssal Attanllsax ^^^ ^^^saseei
CLARKECONRAD ^ CURTll^i
Doesnot slack when exposed to the air as most all othet^soft coal does. A large portion of this coal is similar to An^^thracite in character anil does not fill tbe room with soot.
Askyonr dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depoi.
ESTABLISHEDIN 1865. REBUILT IN 1887.
TheLargest Leading HcteL Haa the very Bes Accom^modations in the city. Rates Reduced; $2 per ay anl^upwards, according to location of rooms.
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WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
G-ILTS,15c oer roll; former price, 40o^20c '* MM^ 50o
25c ^ M1414 75c
AllPaper hung at the Lowest Prices.
J.R. SAN'*b OliI^.
112and 11* Broadway.
Fiorniture, Carpets, Wall Paper
Bavins;issssd the two upper flours of the Davidson r.locA and connected th same wlu- oar ^, ,^unme^ae ssiearooms, we now occopj fonr snOr* floor* ex^en^iint ^tron^-h it;* waols MocA tii
Jacksonu, Main street, stocked inronFhont with pxxls it everv grade ana at prices that dafv ^^shipped InCAK LOADB U^i,r. An ^xanlnaUoa of ar^^dj and ooicpariaon of prices aoiieiaad.
JMiisio33^3i^atirtirx^XA.-t.^PIANOS, ORGANS and MUSICAL MERi HA-DISr.
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
LiKhtand Heavy Harness,^Bit**, Spars, (Julrte, Whips, Lashes, Blankets, Sheets, Dngters. Slickers, Nose Ba*r*.^Sweat Collars, Hone Boots and all other (roods usually kept in a first-claw har^^ness store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
Opposite Grand Central Hotel. Main St.. Helena, M. T.
ThePioneer ol the Great West.
SCHWABA ZIMMERMAN, PROPRIETORS.
TheOldest. Host Eell^ble Leading Fli st-claae Hotel in tl i Terrllery
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMITE^IUDSCN S IMPROVED POWDER
i irsrax ss Bj|s**rs, sj.nrwa^ Oawfrnetwra, arss awelorwaal ay tea ^wsMi* la emrs' a^Btrintest, Bafaet an^ Bswt of all hlarS aas'os'vas.
A.M. HOLTKK HARDWARE! CX).
OFNEP.Ai.AOBNT8. HHLHNA MONTANA.
U.S. Public Samplintr Co
CityOffioe Removed to 8bco^d -Vst/onal Bake ^ '^Samplr* and Assays Made of all Ores. Coneiarnm^.r.rsi a i^_x^SampleB of each lot Sar-nitted to the DifftJ^t tSL ^hcil^^and the Ore Sold to the Higheat Bidder
abjtb fob tkbms. TbJmImkm Ho. 71 *u*^*.ii _^P^clfle and Montana Central raxES^ foaettoVi tSSf^Motor LJ^wU.*0'*1'^*
AnEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
A ^w^k Ju
eyirp jQTi NORTH OF TTJ I GHA-D rvTPAIi FOTUL
Resultof the Contest^Between the Flower^Field.
Englandhas tbe r *e, Krs^Scotland the rs+r^t.l thist^the shamrock, Switzrrlsnd U,^and^accordiDK to t:.- result o^Hon election^America the go.^national djwer. says the St. 1^lie. Tuesday was set aside^ s^can day at the exposition, an^on the national tlowi-r proved^terestinK and popular as one o^that the day was continued on^From tbe early morning hour^nd Wednesday to tbe cloalnu^crowds of ladies and gentle^their way to tbe polling plac^ballots on this ^national cin^ibei day that the idea was first^the Republic, and followed^claims of ardent aunnr. n^flowers, the question (^^ i!^n It^warm aad interesting cbsrac;r^litlcal contest It wa4 evid*^that th-^ golden rod and th^would run a comparatively est^the prophets dei Isred that t^would win. Tbe polls clos.il^day night, and a large t. r^der the supervision ot ll.r r
fir*. All the eepiona^e usual^u'ng the d-m'.crain^ spi. .^^^republican leturm g h 'ard w^amoug tbe supp.^rters ef th^^flowers, and a fair . ..unt. ^i^tally-sheets or ^r. in'Stijik.' dem^result There w.'-e 21.218^in all, the eel ten r -1^rt^UT an.i the *ut il i^er coinitii^4,743. Tbe audience here r ,^dealenit g appiitiiMi when il^that the golden rod had r^number of voi.-s. at,^! it .^unanimous si) le that pro\ ^^^! II.^of the oirit.s: was I k-^There were ^ixf, one il rent^received ballots, but lie- aaM r^highest w.r-: It aw, S.'Jil. .^vmiet, Vil; i^t sy, H4^- Uly, 711^643: pink. Kti; m..u,ing .^Violets, |.lnk*. pansi.s. d*is:.-.^n^^ .lest ti ^wer* ..f t^-..ntj^iota largely trt.ru ladies. 1^rod won in die ra. ^^ tron^that is of general grow Hi n\ .-it!^and some rlarn t :i t it is isjsttvs^^ ^us here and is r^i^t found in ^^^^It blooms fiom July to O . xr,^svaerm of the year the gotn i^assuming a deeper ti*i*. u'.'l^tt will appear in all the n t ess^dying days. The ay*Mi ^ r i I^iant growtb in the conury adj.t^lyouis, ani it in n.i* tU Mined B^very fashionable tl iwt-r tor B^bouquets and other decoration.-.
Itis astonishing how rapidly^and debilitated gain strength i^when taking Ayer's Sarsspari^what are called ^broken-down^Hons,^ nothing else has proved eti^as this powerful and per^eet|y^cine.
Therewas a terrihle epidemic^tery and bloody tiux In 1'upe ^^linois, last summer. As man^deaths occurred in one day.^Walter Brothers, of Walteral.urg.^SH0 bottles of Colic, Cholera and I^Remedy during this epidemic,^they never beard of Its r^il.nv iu^when the dirix-tions were li.iii^was the only medu ine in. .1 thai^tbe worst cases. Many bbcm^cur^.d by It after the diwu.is had gi^np. Twenty-rive and 60 cent ti^^ale by H. M I'archeii ^ ^
Thebeet salve in tbe world^ferutsvw, sores, uleers, aa.t rue
r.r sa'e bw K Hi'^^' '
Agentlemat. win. had autT'-nd^noyanceaod pain from barlwr'*^treated hy the e* *t |
tard'sspecific cured bim anc^perfectly ami* th without a m^Falls in skin diseases. Sold I^A Co., wholesale and retail^ena.
Throughto Chicago Without^of Cars.
TheNorthern Pacili.- railroad,^section with the Wisconsin Centra^now running Pullman vestibule i^cars and free coh.tust s eepiug cars I^Montana points arid Chicago,^change. Dining cars are also ru:^through trains. Kor rates, tick.
A.Il hix.^tieneral A
HarvestExcursion Rates trorr^souri River Points to Montai^The Union Pacific railway compu^^ell barv:-^t excursion tickets from t^Bluffs. Onis'.a. M .l.-Heph, I.eav.-i^and Kan-^i- City to Motnana po.nt,^follow li.v dates at one fare for tl.-^trip, *4H^ . Ian I ai.d aw, (tapt N^and OiLh; Bateave limit thirt., il q^date oi sale; stop-over privileges *^returning.A K. Vkaz
Anotharwonderful discovery hs^made and that, too, by a lady In thin^ty. Disease fastened its clutches uj^and for seven years she withstood^vere-t t.-^'s, but her \ al organs^dern u.ed and deat:. *. . m.-d uniua,^three months she ^i.ugl.ed tnceasan^could not sleep. Mie laiught of us I^of Dr. King's New l^ . . v. f^ for Coi^tton and was so much relieved aa takl^first d^^e that she slept all night bin^one bottle has be. u iiuraculoiisly^tier name is Mrs. I.mher l.utx.^^writes W.C. Hamrick At'.. , of .^^he|^C. (iot a free trial bottle at K h. li^Co's. drug store
KnightsTemplar Conclave at Wl^ington, D. C.^The Montana Central railway will^tickets for the above oc-'asion at the^of S7A ^tt for the round trip, Helen^Washington and return. I i-kets wi!^on sale Oct. 1, and 2. g^ ^1 for BBBBBJ^sages for trains reaching Wa-lrtj,'' .n^B; extreme limit for return Nov. 24.^overs will he allowed on return ttip^of ht Panl wttt ln the limit of ticket.
C.W. Pittv. City Ticket Air^B. H. l.ASoi.KY, treneral Ticket Ai
ThroughLins Kaatwam^Via the Union Pacific and Chicago ,^ton railroads. Through Pullman sle*|^are now ran between Cheyenne and^cago via Denver and Kansas City.
BSwrltWlna.^We desire u^ say to our clti^-t:^. ths;^years we have been selling Dr. King's |^Discovery for Consumption, Dr. I^New Life Pills, Buck ten's Arnica^and Klectrie Bitters, and have^handled remedies that sell as well, cm^have given such universal aatista^We do not hesitate lo guarantee^^very time, and we stand ready to r^^the purctisss price. If satisfactory r^^do not follow thwlr uae. 'i'Lese reiu^liars won their gi *wt jm.c.ii /^rity purt-^their merits. K. N. Hale A Co.. druui
TbeNoctnem Pacific railroad will i^Harvest excursion ti -keis from Dulntti,^I'sul and Mlnneapr,lis m Helena and Bi^and return at one fare for the round t^r^4Afct^). Tickets will be n.ld on Au,^and 20, .Sept 10 and 24. and Oct. 8. I^ire me limit thirty day*, htop-overs^lowed within limit of ticket
A.D. KiMiAR. Oen'l. Agt, Helen^^ek. feen'l. P * T. A. at Pi
niasssColic, Choiara i
Thisaaedicine can always be der~^upon, not only in tbe milder forma of suj^Tier eotnplatr.t. imt also for inaifimi^dysentery and cholera infantum,^of many persous, and especially^are saved by It each year. It is pleasaf^safe and reliable. For sale by H. M. l'i^cheo A Co.
ABore Car* for PUaa.^Dr. Kirk s Uerman Pile Ointment^eared Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pill^when all other ointments have failed,^absorbs the tumors, allays the Itching^once, acts as a poultice, gives luatant^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment^prepared only for piles and Itching of^private parts, and nothing else. Eve^boa la warranted. Sold by dnigg.ats^sent by mall on receipt of price, 60 cer^rod $f per box. Sold by B. b. Hale A (