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THEDALLY iNJJ^PKND*3Tr. tlELKNA, THU11SDAY MORHTNG. OCTOBER 3188a
AdvertisedLeUe.-S.^i^ tiers for the following f*inon^ remain^ttLC^ilr4 f'.rat the Helena, M.T., postsifllce^on Oct. SI. in ^**^^^^ wr tnem ^^ leas*^say ^^^Mirertlfled.
Anderso., K.chanl Ackerman
Arvue,^*^-^ rge St.
Batten,J. L,.. l^ L
Kneai,K. B.^Bjtler A. S.^iiuraTeS', John M.^Buliard, W. 11.^Burton, John^Campbell, It. K^Campbell, John B.^Cat.man. .1 ^Ln^Camer^ ^r. E. C.^Col oath, Cnar.es U.^Cole, Frank^Coons, Wilson H.^Crossen. Jno. W.^Curtis, V ^^Oariinvton, Wni.^Day, Kobt. E.^Donahue, J.^Ooberty, Jame*^Dudley, E. U-^Enbody, M^Evans, J M.^Farrow, T. D.
Karrell,Chas.^Ki-cher. Geo W.^FlelrChll an A Co.^Koran, |VrT^^Garrett, K 0.^Gabion, B- nj.^Gardner. Jaues^Griswoi.l, .1^Kr-na. i.e. I^. M.^11*1 oakrt, AUKUit^laWctm E. A.^li -i ^ L\wreLce J^tleiaalt-r, Chas (ii)^Holland, Ben^lludvn, John^llutclinftt, J W.^Ja. kson. a. L.
Lands. \V. 1J
Love,K levari! L.
Lou), Chas. H.
Mahonty, ('^ melius
Millholland,J r^4lonrr.e, Albert^Mo.ir.^y, j ' ,- .^Hi nd', Aniirl^M I'ariy, Jaini ^^Mr IT\V. A.
Mclntyre. (^his ^2^^McLaughlin, Chas.^McNair. Euifi ne L.^Mr Quade. VVm. J 2^Niciiuls, Jesse J.^Nifhoison. Jobme^Nolan, J. B.^Ohrman. Andrew^Payne, Kuitene^IVnabak- r. Walter^fiturey. L B.^i'o^.ie, Kobt M.^Prudec, J. R^Kamsey, John^KeJheld. K. J.^Koionson, All L.^Zanders, W. B.^bandberfr, C. G.^Severance. Chas. E.^snider, W. T.^Mamm, John
Albert,J. W.^Armstrong, J. J. Dr.
Bvrett,Alex^Uowbuin, A. B^Bloom. K ir l^lientiien. Francis^lloniie. M^rtin J^Brandt. II.^Bush by, Harry^Buchanan, Dell^Burke, Thomas H.^Bums, F-C^Brown, W. G.
Cahilty,John^Csrr. T. M.^flarke, C. N.^Cowen, D O.^Cole, C. H.^Cowp^ r, D-tvId^Cumm'nrf^, 1 hot. iS^^Culm, Chas. U. (t)^Dabl. Iltv ir O^I^ess, E K.^Dunkbue, J J.^Dundat, J. B.^Dunbar, Wm.^Ericktor, C. A.^Farnum, Harris^Fahey, John^fisher, vviiliazn^Fills, G^*o. M. (2)^Format), Joseph^Gaae. F. F.^^iarrisun. John^G ^mni, Geo.^Geltett, Henry^i t'eenlaw, W. E. (S)^Oummel, Johan^Hat'oos, Jt-hn^11 l)^vld^Hennetx rr^, John^Uooper, l'a'rick^Howell, W. C.^U u^.^ey, J. Ol^Jacobs, Juhut^jarvis, J.^Johnson, K. K^v.^Kene:n^ k,r, Walter^K- ni.ed;., H. C.^Kiiiiii ^S: tii:ian^Lacgiois, Ludffer^Leavitt, E D^Lowry. H'ibert^Louuii*. N'^al^l.Uli't, J' i.a Wessh-j^Maniii. Otta^Miller, .1 nines F.^Much* il, Jsmes^Mortcan, J. M.^Mors.-, M^-rt 'n
McA tee, Joseph
McDonald,Ansus^Mrlntire, Jafea^Mcintosh, John D^McMillan, W. J.^McKowen. Patrick B.^Mf V^ j. Ilujjh^Nicliolt, li. B.^N .^le^ I, EL C.^Non-He, E. N.^Halmer, Burt C.^Pearse, J. N.^IVter*. Mr.^I'..well. M. C.^Prise, E-l^lUndtii, E. W.^K.ed, Ck m.^KLudes, li. D.^Kubeui, . .hn^ban berg, G. (2)^bchoenlein, Joan^^^ ^ ri..-.i . B. A.^fcchubert, Lewit
Dr.r. D. Larke, of Robert City. Mich.,^sayt the epidemic of last year in Presque^Isle county, in which so many persona lot'^their Uvea, was choleric dysentery instead^of cholera as first reported. He used^Chamberialn't Colic.Cholera and Diarrhoea^Remedy and says it succeeded, where alJ^other remedies laiiod. Not a single case^was lost in which it was used. This^remedy it the most reliable and most suc^^cessful medicine known for colic, cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea and bloody^flax. 9 and 50 cent bett.es for tale by H.^M. Parchen A Co.
Excursionto Washington^On October 1st, 2nd and 3rd the Union^Pacific will sell excursion trips to Wash^^ington. D. C , at the rate of 976.06 for the^round trip from Helena, Montana. These^tickets will be good to reach Washington^as Ian^ as Oct- 8th aud good returning un-^fl Not. 24th. Stop-overs will be allowed^at any point west of the Missouri river, re^^turning within final limit. All tickets Is^^sued by the Union Pacific will be made^gisd to return via either the Northern^r^a^-iric or the Manitoba railways if so de-^aired.
ThsValue of Mot Watsr.
Thesoothing effects of hot water are^not fully appreciated,'' said a physician the^other day. ^1 recommend it to many of^m^ patients who suffer from insomnia,^produced by nervous irritation of the stom^^ach, and also for certain forms of indices^tion. Many of them object to it at first,^but soon come to like it and are generally^much benefited by it.^ This reminds us^that the elegant Pullman sleepers on ^The^BaiUugton's^ Vestibuied trains between^Chicago and BL Paul and Minneapolis, are^supplied with hot water from the enuine,^by a very ingenious device. Do not im^^agine, however, that this line keeps its pat^^rons in hot water. On the contrary, no^pains, are spared to give travelers the very-^best accommodations and the most court^ecus treatment. It is the great line to all^points east, south and north. For tickets,^rates, and any information, apply to local^ricket agent, or adcress W. J. C. Kenyon,
hlLKRk,Oct. 7, is*^1 wwm suffering tiosn an unusually r^ad^.''^ugn. my iangs were ^^re and congested
andI consulted-one of the test pbysieHnf^;a Helena, whose prescriptions failed^reii^ve me. I became alarmed, and at Use^suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of^A cker's English Kernedy tot coughs, and^after taking it according to directions^completely cured. I therefore cheerfully^'-commend it.Jacob Switzbb.
Ibad a racking cough and inflamed^Lhroat and bought a bottle of Acker's Eng^^lish Kenedy upon the recommendation of a^friend, and was entirely enred ^^y ft.^aon^ideT!ta never falling remedy fox a^oougt.J- PELDBiaa
Acker's^jjgllsii preparations are i^^In Helena only bv K. S. Ha!e A Go.
Isone which is guaranteed to t nng you^satisfactory results, or in ease of failure^return of purchase price. On tnts safe plan^yon can bay from our advertised druggist^a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for^Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring^relief in every case, when used for anv^fectlon of Throat, Langs or Chest, su.-.i as^Consumption, Inflammation of Langs.^Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup,etc, etc^It is pleasant aud agreeable to taste, per^^fectly safe and can always be depended^upon. Trial bottles free at K. S. Hale A^Co's. drag store.
Agent,a B. A N. R. R, St.
Mickler,Gilbert, (2j .s.ate, T. N.^bummervilte, W. A. Tsplin, C.arke C.^Travis, A. E.Vanartdale, Walter
Waituer,Anion, M.D. Walsh, John^^K)Ward, John
West,KiikWilliams, J. D. ^2
Wilson,Wm. H. WUiatt, Leu 11^Willougbby, W. Williamson, W.T.^Wood, W. CWood, E^ai.der, 11.
Woodnutl,W. L Youiin, .Samuel G.
ladies'list.^Anderson, Mrs. T. M. A ^ r ^^ ^ . Mrs.^Barns. Mrs. 1. T. Dell W.
Bywater, Mrs. Bin master. Miss
CampbellMrs. I ^ lay Alicia^Cauui, Mis- Nutie Collens, Msry^D.-nnir, Mamie l^ uiing. Miss Dora^Dean, Mrs. C r. Draper, Airs. Fred^Draper, Mrs. Kn dT. Dunbar, Minnie
Knigh Templar's Conclave^ington.
Fortfw above occasion the Northern^Pacific railroad will make a rate of S70.M^for the round trip from Helena to Washing^^ton and return.
Ticketson sale Oct. 1st and 2d only: going^passage limited to Oct. nth; extreme limit,^Nov. 24th. Stop-overs will be allowed,^on return trip west of St. Paul within
Chas.a Fkc G.^A. D. Edoab. Gen.
I*.A T. A, St Paul.^Agent, Helena.
Itchingpllea 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 plies, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acta directly upon the parts affected, ab-^MtMsM] 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. Haie A Co.
TriennialConclave Knights Templar,^Washington, D. C.^The Union Pacific Railway company^will sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Washington, D. C, and return, for the^above meeting, at the rate of $71 ^t6 lor the^round trip. Tickets will be on sale from^October 1 to 4. inclusive, good going until^October H; gi^od returning in trunk line^territory until October IH: final limit, No^^vember 24
AK. Vkazik. Passenger Agent.
Helran,Mnn:.in.i. J 1.. is, r.S'^^.
/hereby it-rtify th.it a can of^Piont-rr IlakrntS /V.uvicr, /roa/j-zcf/ hy^me this tiny, ^ .i. .....n ,,f ,-iiciaically
pareCrtam T .rtur am! I; st ^ntln,^and contnimt no titht-r . ^ , ^ ^ rtieuts of^any kind.
A.W. HAXD,^A^sayrr and Chemist.^A SckllSif a Co . ^anatactanrra, f T.,Csl.
WaterWhite Coal Oil
At25c a Gallon,
ForSale by the Following^Dealers:
h.h. GUTHRIE ^ Co^KUPHAL ^ LEOPOLD
WEARE SOLE AGENTS
FINEST RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Boom10, Third Floor. Ash by Block.^r 0. Box 7%, Batons, M. T.^PnhUc baildlagc, ckuches aad dwelilss Boose*^Serersft I Id the mkSj trie.
U.n W A Clark and Mr. M. J.
Boa.8am Word, Mrs. a T.^K. Wausos, Mr. John C. Paoleen,
INOR NEAR HELENA.
Ke!e:Taibott. Bntts^Haoser, Mr F^Helens.
trairh work and^ateDtei. s Pi*d\lr/
AWoman'sFace Is Her Fortue.
Afters few days' use will Permanently Remove
allBlotches. Moths, Pimples sn1 Freckles, pro^^ducing an Entranclngly Beautiful Complexion^that shames the nae of powders and creams^Warrantee perfectly harm lee ^ -old hy all les^l-^Ins drncrslsts at tl.OO per hox of ion wafers.
DR.SIMMS' 8SFE PERIODICAL WAFERS^are ease and reliable tor all female lrret nlerttlee^hrlre $^.00 j.er box. Sent by mall (sernre) on^receipt of price. Warranted to contain no^'^Taosy^ rr ^^Pennyroyal.
tmuvlfRA CO . 83 Chambers St., New Vo'h
H.M. Parchen A Co.. Sole Airente. Helena.
$3,500buys a ledge of hematite Iron,^fluxing, lime stone and water right,^three-quarters of a mile from railroad.^$*,o00 buys 440 acres of fenced land, and^all appurtenances for sheep-growing^business, with right of the oldest^and best range in Montana, twenty-^five by sixteen miles in extent. Also.lf^wanted, 3,500 head of sheep at $2.50^will go with the range. Wood, water,^grass and shelter plentiful.^$1,100 buys an undivided four-sixths in^^terest in 320 acres of coal land by a^railroad near Butte, containing three^distinct veins of good coal, respect^^ively 2 feet, 4 feet and 12 feet In thick^^ness.
Also,fine building propositions in the
businesscenter of Butte,^For sale by
EVANS,NICHOLS A CO.,
bkalestate a minim* BROKERS,
62E. Broadway, Butte, M.
HOTELand SEYMER PARKS, and^WALLACE'S SUBDIVISION
Andhave the Inside on ALL of the West Side^Residence Prooerty. If you want a lot or a
block,or a dozen lots, or a dozen blocks,^we can Accommodate you.
Wehave piped the ames, brooke, brad^^ford and bellevtje additions for water, and^are now 3-rading hauser boulevard, which^Will be the Finest Drive in the City, and the^Shortest Road to the hotel broadwater.
Rememberwe are Headquarters for West Side Prop^^erty, and call on or address
Vrf P .
.^rest, Helens, Montana. Baslness center at tae city. First class).
fc^^Ti.reeunrante In close jmxlmlty at all i.rices Bnropaao Plan.
1!da* accorllnr to icr-atVoa. Amsrtean Plan $!.^ toja.iC par
weeklyrates No disreputable pacule mliowjd
B.O. LBNOIR. Prop.
'day. Sp^w^|^both boarrs |
Sawedand Split Wood,
313Sixth Ave., Corner Ewing, at old Government Ccrral.
WoodSawing by Steam done on short notice, from half cord up^to any amount. Kindlings furnished on short notice.
lluulap.Mart^Eastman, Mrs. .1. 1).^roster, Mrs. Annie^Foley, Mrv iiertha^Orubb, Mrs. Kttie^iiattU r. Mi^s .NVtlie^Ida, 415 Keniou ave.^Jetlie, Mrs. F.^Kelly, Mrs. M E.^I.ane, Miss Alice^Lynch, Mrs. W m. E^Mar-tail, Mrs 1^.W.^MurUix ii, Mrs. J ^2^ M. Ur -oui,^McF^ rrn.i. Miss F.^Nelson, Mies I.ma^Ottrsoo, Mirs Curls O'Urien, Mrs. J^Kay, Mra. John Kt-ddin*, Mrs.^Itosa, Patti (2)
Mnitti,Mrs. E-teile .stake. Miss
Tonpeon. Mis. Etta
Weber,Mirs Tb. ies Williams, Miss
v\. . . MissMa'de VV'ooil, Eva
WriKtit,Mrs. Lut or Jno
C.U. Ct ktis P.
K'kits, Mr*. Jean^En k - hi. Miss
Jubbs,Mrs. Mary^Ki Uy, Mrs Mary^L:ii4iuan. Mrs. E.
Mnndick,Mrs. O (2)^Mis; Eilna
Itis astonishing how rapidly the feeble^and debilitated gain strength and Viktor^alien taking Ayer'a Sarsaparili.i. For^what are called ^broken-down const''u-^tlons,^ nothing else has proved so t ffective^as this powerful and perfectly *v^ medi-^ci ^^.
Therewas a terrible epidemic of dysen^^tery and bloody flux in l'ope county. 1.-^Ilnois. last sumnier. As many as five^deaths occurred in one day. Me^,rs.^Waiter Brothers, of WaiiersburkT, sold over^*^0 bott.es of Cone, Cholera and Di.tiThoea^Remedy fiuriMt this evuleniiC, and say^they never heard of its f tiling in a.'iy '-as*^when the uirec ions were loliowed. It^was the only medicine used that d.d cure^the worst cases. Many MtwSaai were^cured by it after the di-ciors hac ir-.ven them^up. Twenty-hve and SO ceut bottles for^sale by li. M. Parchen A Co.
Rur.irus ja.rni.-m baive.
Thebeat salve in the world for cuts,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sor^s, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and ail skin eruptions, and ;^oeitive-^Ij -.urns piles, or r.o pay reouu^ i. It Is^gu ranteud :^^ five |Hrfect ^aiisf^ctinn, or^mojfy rotunded- i rice 2* cits per '^x.^Fc- '.^i* b-- -. Ha'eAi'^.
ThereAre No Happy Days
Forthose who continue to rise unrefreshf d^after mirhts of unrest- Nervousness, In^^somnia, indigestion^these constitute a^triple alliance that perpetually wais^against man's comfort, and robs both brain^aud body of tranquility. Combat the trio^for a time with Hostetrer's Stomach Bitters^and it will give ground and eventually fly^the 6e:d. The basis of reform is the recti-^ticatn n of digestion, for the brain and^nerve trouble is siuiplf a reflex of the dis-^ttirbanre ot tliat all-important function. A^wmeglasstul before each meal of the na^^tional stomachic insures facile digestion,^and a repetition of the pleasant dore before^re:ir'n^ pr'iuioUs nerve and muscle invig^^orating sleep. Associated with indiges^^tion we usuilly find biliousness and con^^stipation. But .igether or independent of^each other, these maladies are subjugated^by the Bitters, which also remedies kidney^trouble, rheumatism, neuralgia and^malaria.
Forchapped hands, roughness of the^rkin, pimples or blotches of any kind on^I ha MM or other perts or the body, apply^llutard'a Specific. It works like magic and^is warranted by druggists. Sold by K. S.^Hale A Co. wholesale and retail agents,^Helena.
W.D. Suit, druggist. Bippus, Ind., testi^ties: ^I can recommend electric bitters^the very best remedy. Every bottle sold^has given relief In every case. One man^^^^k six bottles, and was cured of rheuma^^tism of ten years' standing.^ Abraham^Hare, druggist, Bellville. Ohio, affirms^The best selling medicine l nave ever^handled in my twenty years' experience, is^^^:.f'ric bitters.^ Thousands of others have^Klded their testimony, so that the verdict^is unanimous that electric bitters do cure^all diseases of the liver, kidneys or bhod^(^nly a half dollar a bottle at ft. S. Hale A^Co.'s drugstore.
TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^ways will sell excursion tickets from St^:'aul and Minneapolis to Helena at S** w.^^^n fare, for the round trip, on the follow^ing dates: Aug. 4th and 20th, Sept 10th^and 24th, Oct. 8th. (food thirty days.^Stopover privileges will he allowed w.thin^'Imit of ticket.
.Coach t end ( n..,' t! and Coogh 111^What in the world is the reason yon will^cough and keep roughing and sMl keep^trying inferior medicines when ;ieggs^^Cherry rough Syrup will poaiUvely re:;ev.^your cougti at once ^ This is no advertis^Ing scheme, but an actual fact and w^^guarantet it. For sale by all dniggls ^^K. S. Haie A Co., wholesale and retail^agerta.
Agenth man w bi^ had suffered great ar-^nojacreainl pain from barb, r's itch, and^had been treated by the best physicia:^without relief. sa;sthat two bottles of l^u^tarn's ^pe\.hr cured him and left his face^perfectly suio^4h without a scar. It never^fails in skjn diseases. Sold by K. s. liiV^A Co.. wholesale and retail agents. Ilel
ThroughLine fcastwara^Via the I'mon Pacific and Chicago A Al^^ton railroads. Through Pullman sleepers^are now mn between Cheyenne and Chi^oago via Denver and Kansas City.
MeritWins.^We desire to say to our citizens, that for^y.-ars we have boen selling Dr. King's N'ew^Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's^New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve^and Electric Bitters, and have never^handled remedies that sell as well, or that^have given such universal satisfaction.^We do not hesitate to guarantee them^every time, and we stand ready to refund^the purchase price, if satisfactory results^do no*, tottow their use- Theee remedies^^Ir jcr^t^povuimrtty purely on
Theuse cf calomel for derangements of^Die liver has ruined many a fine eonstitu^'ion. Those who, for similar troubles,^have tried Ayer's Puis testify to their^efficiency In thoroughly remedying the^malady, without Injury to the system.
Themany remarkable cures Hood's Sar-^sapariila accomplishes is sufficient proof^that it does possess peculiar curative^powers.
Throughto Chicago Without Chang*^of Car*.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad. In con^^nection with the Wisconsin Central line, is
nowrunning Pullman vestibule sleeping^cars and free colonist sleeping cars between^Montana points and Chicago, without^change. Dining cars are also run on all^through trains. For rates, tickets and^other information concerning the only^^hrough ; ar line apply to the Northern^Pacific efhee. corner Main and Grand sts.,^ilt- en aA. D Edaii,
HarvestExcursion Rates from Mis^^souri River Points to Montana.^The Union Pacific railway company will^sell harvest excursion tickets from Council^fluffs, Omaha, St. Joseph, Leavenworth^*: d Kansas City to Montana points on the^. * '^g dates at one fare for the round
fs+^ so \ v n a- d 30. -ept- 1 ) and 24,^i Oct. v -xtreme limit thirty days from^:^.^^ of sain; stop-over privileges allowed^--'.unong.A. E. Vkazik,
HarvestExcursion Rate*^The Nortuern Pacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, St^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round tiip^(S4KV0). Tickets will be sold on Aug. n^and 20, Sept 10 and 24. and Oct a Ex^^treme limit thirty days. Stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket
A.D. Eim*ar. Gen'l. Agt, Helena.
Chas.s. Kit ^e^n'l. P.
Chamberlain'a Collr. Cholera aad liter-^rkowt Remedy.
Thismedicine can always be depended^upon, not enly in tte mi'der forms of mm-^auer complaint but also for maliamant^tjvaentery and cholera infantum. The lives^of many pers-rs, and especially children,^are saved by it each year, it la pleasant,^safe and reliable. For sale by H. M. Par^^chen A Co.
asare Cu* far PUts.
Dr.Kirk s Oerman Pile Ointment has^e ired Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pilea
whenall other ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays the Itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant re^^lief. Pr. Kirk s German Pile Ointment U^ytwfMuil only for pilea ar.l Itching of the^private parts, and nothing else. Every^box Is warranted. Sold by draxgasts or^mall on receipt of prion, BO^Sold by B, a Hale
sentby^^Bd $1 per box.
AWoman's Discovery^Another wonderful discovery bas been^made and that, too, by a lady in this coun^^ty. Disease fastened its clutches upon her^and for seven years she withstood Its se^^verest tests, but her vital organs were un^^dermined and death seemed imminent For^i' asS months she coughed incessantly and^7^^u!d not sleep. She bought of us a bottle^of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump^^tion and was an much relieved on taking the^first dose that st.e slept all night and with^one bottle has been miraculously cured.^Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutx.^ Thus^writes W. C. Hamrick A Co., of Shelby, N.^C. Get a free trial bottle at R- S. Hale A^Co's. drug store
nights Templar Conclave
ngton, D. C.^The Montana Central railway will sell^tickets for the above occasion at the rate^of S7S.SS for the round trip, Helena to^Washington and return. Tickets will be^on sale Oct. 1. and 2, good for going pas^^sages for trains reaching Washington Oct^8; extreme limit for return Nov. 24. Stop^overs will be allowed on return trip west^of St Paul within the limit of ticket
C.W. Puis. City Ticket Agent^B. H. Laxslxt, General Ticket
TheCelebrated French Cure,
IS*V)I.D OS A
Edcore any^intm of nervous^ilisesse, ot any^di.nr.Ier ol tlie^eetieratirs or^(tans of either^sex whet net ar^^ising (mm the^ex. ^-^. .^_^ u^e of stimulants, Tol^ov through youthful iadisrretic...^enec. Ac, auoh as \xtm ot Brain power, Wakeful-^nes... Head tie.)..wn Pains l^ the Bark, Heminal^vi esknesa, ^ ystc-ria. Nervous Pnwtration Nocturn^^al Emissions. I.eurorrh^ea. Dizziness. Weak Mem^^ory, Ismr ot Poeeraud linnntenr*, wnicb tf De^^flected often lea.l to premaMireoMes-ean.i liiian^it*. Price tl.00 a box. ^ boxes for 16.00 gent^mall on receipt of price.
AW it ITTKN til \ R A NTEE for every f 5.05^onler, to refund the tnnti** if a Permanent^cure la not effected. Thnu^ar.^ii of testimonial*^from old and young, of both seiea. permanently^cured by ArHRoMTtta. Circular free. Ad.tn^THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Soldhy K. M. Hale * Co.. wholesale an^1 retail^drngetete, mis aatente for Helena. Monl
ConnerKniariway anti ''/nj-eeTj ^tre^t,^OvpoeiO G. 8. \*8%y i ffii e,
~41NA.ate ITT A a
ESQalC'BKiEN .^ BQwf, Prope
eeor tipium.^over nelulg.
MineralClediants ia Montana.
HklknaMont, Sept. 1, 1889.^Certain very recent rulings of the^ftfneral Land office at Washington upon^the requi ementsa* to proof in Mineral^Kutriee tn^de by corporations or indi^^viduals, make it extremely probable that^the majority of snch entries, for which^applications for patent are now pend^ing. WILL BK BUSPKKDKD FOB SL'P-^Pl.KMKNAL KVIDKNCK.
Itis certainly . wise precaution to an^^ticipate a probable hindrance to the issu^^ance of a patent by a careful re exami^^nation of the proofs furnished, in order^that such evidence, if found wanting,^may be it once supplied.
Forsncb examination and the prepa^^ration of all papers needed in mineral^claims my many years of recent service^in the General Land Office give me spe^^cial advantage.
A.H. NELSON,^Land and Mining Attorney.^Room 8, Atlas Building.
R.S. HALboi CO.
Hwlj ntvd and N^w!j P-mlsied ttrorgf-wi^-sawKWSSBi Qeiat BaJpB. ItarberShcs, Oar an^B^iard Bvl, with all Kodsrs taprovetar ca
-KuNS TO AND PROM ALL TRA1SS
Theanneal meeting of the stockholders of the^B^nrbon Mining company will be held at the of-^flc- af the company, room s, Plrubnrg hi ck, Uel^ens, Montana, on Tneeday, Oct 1st 1^*. at S^o'clock p. m
TTi annsal meeting of the stockholders of the^Helens Mining A Red coon company win be^held ^t the parlors of the First N^tl. nsl bank,^Bn^ni Montana, oa Toeeday, October 1st ls^*.
at^- -a^ p. m.
Theannoal treating ot the stockholder* car the^Jay Oonld Vicing company will be held at the of^^fice of the m mpany In ilel na. Montana, on Wed^^nesday, October ind, !!*^, at Z ao p. m.
Dt.MELIIIXLKY ^ Hi..
Oranges,Lemons ^ Apples.
FOREIGN^AUD DJME8TI0^Dried Fruits and Nuts, Cigars^and Tobacco.
SpeeleJtlea: Crescent Creamery Batten'^Leg*. Cheese, Vegetables and Montana^Packing Houae Product*.
Ofnce.Co d storage and Vfareroorr s,Corner M. n^tans A*enneanc. ^ P. R K. li.'o' ^^^t Hit.
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awning'^and the latest Improved fix tares for banting.
Canvascf all kinds and widths from go laches^wide to M inches wide always in stock.
Thetateet improved Camp Qooda.^MAIft t'TRBBT. .... BBUCta
Minneapolis^ St. Louiz
KAILW A Y
TWOTHROUGH TRAINS DAILY^PROM ACL aim MINNEAPOLIS
WithoutChak^b, Cohtikti!^, with th^ past^trains or Aurom mm
TneTDIRECT ;and ONLT LINK runnlaf^TUROCOB CARS between MINNEAPOLIS sac
DES MOINES, IOWA
VuALBERT LEA sirs PORT DO DOB.
4.LAI.b. WOOLFOLA.fUSTlLU W. BMOWSISB
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:lnes,Pancy Tot,^Lamp Goods, Olau
Dealersin Patent Medici^Ootca, Lantern Lamps and
Paints.OUs, etc. burples! Instruments, Crntcnea^Braces, sic. Wholesale agents for Cnro ft^Coughs and Colds, Kirk s Pile Ointment Witchc^^KKopodlnm. Bosanko Medicines, Dr. LiBm^Remedy, Dandelion Tonic, Oregon Kid Te^Dotard's Specific
DRS.LIKB1Q tte CO.^Permanently Lo a ted at Southeast Cor^^ner of Broadway and Main streets.^Butte City. Private Entrance^No. 8 East Broidway.
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DE..PIERCE'S Raw Oa:^^ muc CHAIR BELTwitc^E'rttn-- Suspeasery, m.-
W ^n.e^i the moat powarfui
y ^luf.hll and awfart Cbao^~ Bat'ery in :h-world. Cur*,^witbect medlciBe, Ner*o'.-^Fair lj^ in* ^!va K.daer Di^-a*e^m, ^..kn^^i of Sen.^I ^**mr_r- r Paaat-h Nn. I^^Csv^ ^04 rs*c*aMinto
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Agnaranteed cure for a 11 nervous^die*see, snch as WEAK MEM^ORY, LOSS CF BRAIN POWER^Hysteria, Headach, I AIN IR^THE BACK, NEHVOt.B PROS^^TRATION, WAKKFrLNKBS^LRCCORKBOIA^UNIVERSAL^LA.-MI i ds,HEMINAL WEAK^^NESS. I m potency and general^loss of power of the UereraUre^Orvans, In either sex, c.naed by^indiscretion or overexertion, and^which nlUmately lean to PRjt^MATURE OLD AGE, INSAS^TY and CONSUMPTION ft .^box or six boxes for SS. Sent S* wef ' aktoj.^mail oa receipt of price. Full parttcniais in^pamphlet sent tree tc every applicant
WK6CAB1KTEE MX BOXES^to care any esse Por every $5 order recelastt, we^send six boxes, with a written imarantee to re^fond the money If our Specific does not effect a^core.
Addressall commonlcariODS to the Sole Mann^tactarers. THE MIR HA y MEDICINE CO..
KansasCity, Mo.^Por sale in Helena by B. M. Pan.:na^ A Co.
TheHelena Steam Healing
Plumbers,Gas and Steam Fitters.
Estimatesupon all work-in our line cheerfully given.
2i3 North Main Street, HELENA, MONT
R.S. Bale A Co.,^sal* naenta.
1preacribe and rally eav^dorae Rig (i ^ i tae oalf
specirlcf^.r ibe crt.-.io ca^ ^^of thH dt-eaee.^U. h.INHKAHAM H
Amalerwajxi. N Y.
Wehave sold Big G tot^many years, and It has^*'^*n the nest ef sal a^faction.
D.R DYCHF a CO.,^Chicago ^^SI At) acid bv tjrair ^
M.Parchen * Co , wbole-
U.8. Labs Or*tea, i^Pslxsa, Mont. Sept 18,1H89 f^Complaint having been entered at this office hy^Robert A. Day agalr.et Viola V. Bnyt and heirs^for abandoning her homestead entry, No aw,^dated May *l,18ea, norm lb* *w^^ section town^^ship 10 n, range 4 w, in Lewla and Clarke coanty,^Montana- with a view to the cancellation of eelil^entry, the parties are terehy summoned to appear^at this office oa the 30th day of October, lr^v, el 1U^o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish teeUmeny^concerning aald alleged abandonment
8.W. LANOBORNB,^A. H. NELSON, Register.
Attorneyfor eonteefant^First pnblldaUon Sept 3D.
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Roughand Finishing Lumber
Ordersby Mail will receive Prompt Attention. Coma^pondence solicited. Yard and Factory near N. P Depot.
NEXTDOOR TO P0ST0FFICE. 9^Stationery, Legal Blanks Aiken ^ Lambert^Gold Pens, Blank Books and Memorandums, Pic^^ture Frames and Mouldings, Baby Carriages and
aGeneral Assortment of Notions,
Ranon lsoth American and
SampleRooms for Conunerrlal Men.
Mrs T. H.
FormerlySPAREY'S HOTEL^Kt ropean Plana.
THENEW YORK DRY
Kfxlloavland 8urg1oal Inatltute
iCiiy, Mo , s^an Pranctaco, CaL, aud Butte^City, Montana^Dr. Uehlg A Co. are regular graduate* in
medicineand enrgery and
Minneapolis^ St. Louis
andthe Principal Cities of the Mississippi Valley^connecting in Union Depot for all points^SOUTH ajio SOUTHWEST
aHlstcry of Our nsroea. Our .it t.t r:. cm^Mcholars, Our Men of Not* In every Flees
TheOnly SatiooAi Standard.
Applaaoaa Cyctopanlla of Aaasncan BMoera^phy^ contains a blocrapnlcaJ eketch ..f ever* per^son em nestle American civil aad military blsto^ry, la law aad politics, la divinity, literature act^art, la a: tear a jaat 1n lae*atloc, tnclodlav dlatln^grilahet) pereoae born abroad that are related tc^our aa'-tonal history, and embraces all the roan^Hies ^ f Morti and south Amertcav It la a coaa-^pAewe nlstory of the New World la e*wry hranrt^of an aaa at t* vera ent.
Noticefor Publicat on.
1'nTB)sraTBs Uaam i ima i^Baxzua. Mo-it., sept 11. lHte. t^lorace Is hereey elves that the ffoiloelng^ned settler has lied Bl rice of hi* inten t' r. to^ke snsl ps-v f la aapnort ot his claim and that^said proof will be made before the recieter aad^rss.-el*er at Helena, Moot. ^ a October is, lsW,^rla: Ell W McNeal oa homestead entry No.^l.TSs, for the s * ^a. a. s V. n s,. ^ * v arc t w^si, s. a. la, sec IT, twp 10, a.r.1*.
Henames the following wlajeeee* tc prove his^con tin none residence npoa aad raid' Hon of said^land, vis: R- bert s. Price, WlUiam a. Rnmaey,^Jan lis (j. Sander*, of Be sna. Moat : Sdwtn M.^Culver, of JaaTeraoa City, Moat.
PIrat psMlrackWi ^*rA 1-
tyeua^^ ^tare CHeave
r'up a* slsb
Owewvru* sf eiga ear Oaaawieet'ea
tMWiiiiiCry for F:U*her*i Cutterk.
Ahigh grade *ervs^l^^*^a ^5-'^^H*
atticachooas^sttoa: thusual.^C. L B' WAl
,SnpX, Ogden City. Utah.
(Baceiameto Helena L Msnaanac Oaj
TwoTRAINS DA 1LY to I'iVClCl ITV^LEAVEN Wt RTfl and JV/Yit Ort J V/l 1 I^ATCHIs N, making connection*with the Union^Pacllc and Atchison, Topeka At Santa Pe Railv av
ion*connections made In I'cioa Depot win^ail trains of the -t Paul, Minneapolis A Manitoba^N.irthern Pacific; M Paul A Dnluth Raliwsva,^from and to all point* NORTH and NORTH WEST
Bothonset! by the states of
andMortana, to treat all chronic, ner*on* and^private disease* (whether censed by lmpruden e.^exceaa or contagion), seminal weakness (night^loaaeai, sexual debility (lose of eexua power)^nervo ^ debility tlo ^ of nerve force /, dlr*aeo^ ^ I^the blood (ayphiiie, goDorrhata, gleet and strtc^tire , cured. C araale rmr rsa-aa jrf-d ot money^refunded Charge* low Tboasaods of case*^cured. All medicines are especially prepared lot^ch Individual case, at L*boran^ry. ho lrJo^nous or poisonous compounds used.
Notime lost fro a buataeee Patient* at a dis^^tance treated by letter and express. Medicine^sent ever.where tree from gaae or breakage.
Indisease* of the blood, brain, heart and ner^vou* *7^teni, a* asll a* liver, kidnev end gravel^ccmplalnta, rheumailam, paralysis ar d all other^chronic diastases.
Writ*tcr Illustrated papers oa Determiner^Club feet. Curvature of the Spine, Plies, Tumors^C*ncer, Catarrh. Broacmtis Inhalation, Else^trteltv, at ague*) _m, Paralysia, Epilepsy. Kidney^Bladder. Bye, Ear, 8kln and Blood, aad a)^kal Opcrattona
ofwomen a specialty. Book oa dl
tlltllllt 1 ^* Train* of the MINNEAPOLIS^er^MnMD^a. a St LOUIS RAILWAV are com^poeed ot COMFORTABLE DAT C ACHES,^V A(,N IPICKNT PULL^ AN sLKEPlNO CARS.^UORTON REl LININO CHAIR CARS, and our^justly celebrated
PALACEDINING C ARSl|
BaV~lSOLBS.OFbaooaomcbecrbdfree^Fare always a* low as the lowest! For Ttaa*^^ugh Ticket*, etc , call npoa tae^l Agent or wrta* to
Theonly reliant* Medical and Surgical Ins-mat^aklng a *p*c alty of private dlaeaeea^afJ Blood Diseae** snccesefuUy treeten.^ltls Poison removed from the ayatem^mercury. New Restorative treatment for lose o^Vital Power. Person* unable to visit u* may r^^treated at home by correspondence. All coram^:^' artraa* rnalrlsansl Medicine* or tnatr imer.w^it by mail or ezpreee ^ecurel* necked. on*^personal interview preferred. Call aad ronenlt^us. or aead history of your case and we wm aaaac^la plaia wrapper our Book tree, explaining why^thoneaaoa caaaM be cured at Private, -| ectaj^alaal Weekaeaa, Boar
Oea'lTkt. a Pass Agt
Dr.Liebtx A Co, are^^poavslble epedallet* I^new BBBBacal tow.
onlyqurllled or^In Montana, alnc*
Officehoar* from * to 1 aad 7 to 8 n^ at : o* by^appointment in obscnr* and argent rears^CONM LTA ION FREE^Newton Bro* are agent* for sale ef Dr. Lleblg'*^Invlgorator in Butte City. Monr
FALLOPENING^RAILROAD, IPattern-:- Hats
7tieumm* Car Routel MILLINERY NOVELTIES!
GREATSHORT UNI | TUESDAY ^ WEDNESDAY
AGrand Exhibition of |\|FW GOODS In High Novelties!
OurAutumn trade haeS opened in a blaze of Glory. New G-oods in Charming Effects re^^ceived to-day, and, like a meteor flash, is gone to-day. The United States language, although^well qualified to describe, falls deplorably short of doing justice to the Beauty, Variety and^Giant collection of our Fall and Winter Stock of Merchandise. The problem of Fall Dress^need no longer be perplexing to the Ladies of Montana. The New York Dry G-oods Store,^recognizing no competition, has placed on its counters more l\ew Styles and designs than^the combined dry goods houses of Helena. Any Lady can get a monopoly on any combina^^tion suit she purchases from us, as we are the sole possessors of these Lovely Fabrics. Nc til^^ing common by a profusion of some patterns as in other houses.
COMBINATIONSUTTS-Hand Embroidered.^COMBINATION SUITS-Cut Velvet Trimming.^COMBINATION SUITS-Seal Skin Trimming.^COMBINATION SDTTS-Handkerchief Pattern.^COMBINATION SUITS-Highland Plaids.^COMBINATION SUITS-Storm Cloth Trimming.^COMBINATION SUITS-In Opera Shades.^COMBINATION STJITS-Broche Trimming.
NewDress Goods in the most stylish.novflties of the Eastern Market^Special importations of novel effect^, eiiitable for Directory and Empire D^antnmn colors, fold in prices that bring them within reach of all
CostlyFabrics from the French and German capitals^West England Broadcloths in the most popular
250Milee Chicago^AND ALL POINTS EAST.
LowRates, Quick Time,
8North Main Sir, Helena, I. T.
Aaantfor Bulla*KX a Panama seat Bail'*
Bidator Hauling (re.^^^alii ksis wm a* received until nil altar*^Octob-r a, :88^, by this coeipeay tor tasllsa ores^froan the attaas to the tea staaaii aalll est tae coaa
BLACKDRESS GOODS, SECOND MOURNING GOODS
Inthe Latest and Most Popular Weaves. Empress Cloth, Jacquards, English Serge, Sicilian Twills, Brillianfines, Alpacas, Bom^bazine, Henriettas, Crepe Ma Rette, Second Mourning in English Debege, Shepherds' Plaids, Black and While Stripes and Cam*,^Hair Cloths, Silk Warp Henriettas in all grades, includii g the Finest Woven.
CHOICECARPETING. LACE CURTAINS, RICH DRAPERIES
Ingreat Variety of Designs, Color and Fabric. Choice Oriental and Domestic Ruga. Large Art Square Velvet Rugs, of Swiss^Scene Patterns. Our Carpet Department Merits your Especial Attention, being Replete in Every Quality and Styles.
NEWBLOUSE WAISTS, NEW JERSEYS.
WeExhibit to-morrow an entire New line of Blouse Waists in Very Stylish Colors, Suitable for Fall and Winter wear. They^comprise Every Price and Quality, and are Decidedly Genteel for House or Street W ear. Jerseys in all Colors and all Prices.
ALLGOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Outof Town Orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE.^Corner Main and Bridge Sts., Helena