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s the -. - en-_- -_ - serv orples of bes oreu der by 1tbnLgb telephone No .in Plas of imagelar delitvr peeaptly. . to be reE prompt Setion. oanistons et neternable .s ` lea esed. k: T R Or SUs0RIPTION". Sineludlina uayl per year.......... $10 00 including Sunday] six mounths...... 5 00 .'.' tinsf Sunday] three moaths.... 2 50 SWilding sunday] per year........ 00 ic Loauding Sanday] per month...... 76 only fin advamnel per year......... 250 ,eld [in adviaee only] per year....... I Oo 11,buy esrler, per week. leven.ianeul.. Y0 HELENA, MONT., JUNE 5, 1892. W geontalanle abroad will alwayas nd Tie ,i 1 lUttxPol r on file at their favorite ottle: Fifth Avenue and Metropolitan. New 'ork: West, Minneapols: Baldwin and Palace, San Franoliso; MoDermott. Butte; Leland Hotel. Spriendeld. Ill. DE.OCBRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A democratlc state convention will be held at oeman, Motu., on Thuraday. June 9l. y1r2, for tie purpoe oft selecting six delegates and six iterato delegates to represent the democracy of Montana at the national democratic cenvention to be held in Chicago. June e1. 1892. and to trans :e such other business se may properly come before each a body. The demeoretie conty committees of the soe oral oountie of the etate are requested to call prlmarymeetings and county oonventions for Ie purpose of selectin delegates to the state convention at s early a date s is practlualle. The several counties of the stat will be en titled to representtives ao followe: Beaverhead .......... t Jtleroa .......a .... 1 Coede .... ..10 1 eeis and Clarke .. 40 I Choteau.......... hl adisou .............13 ster ............. . a ea.. ll er.............. 13 Dnwaon ............. al Missoula .............34 Deer odge ..........49 Park ................1 , Fergus ............... ilver Bow........... ltin ........... II Yellowston.......... The delegates solected by the several county esventions to the e.tate convention at Bozemani will also be, by order of the state central onm- 1 mittse, the delegate, to the elate convention to nominate a state ticket, to be held at tireat .all at a date to be hereafter named by the commit Theetnaelentral committee has adopted the I following rule for the government of the state -onvention: I. l)eleqat and alternate delegates shall be I dem.ocratt residents of the ouanty they rpre I sent. 2. In the absence of a delegate his alternate t shall aout his vote. &. In the abenee of a delegate and his alter nte a majority of the delegatIon ofl that county ehall be entitled to cast the vote o the au.sate. 4.LN tau any oeunty shall be without rpro esatetlon. either by delegates or their alternateLs osh county shall not be eatitled to vote. t By order of the state democratic central con ae pte. 'r . E. COLLINS. Chairman. It. W. CoeuyL. Secretary. THE WVEATHER. I leported for Ta eInrrndoleT daily by B. J. n f.sers United States observer. 6:OO . m. 6:00 p.m. .ruometer.................. .10.100 90.015 ft Temperatur ................ 440 64.0 Wind ....................... sw- 5 e-- t Temperature at noon, 60.0. ai Maximum temperature. 60.7. Minimum temperature. 40.0. ri Forecast: Fair; slightly warmer. BIHte A. Mont.. June 4. 1r99. As the Globe-Democrat predicted, it it may be a campaign of doctors' bulletins. ft IF a dark horse ts nominated be will d enter the race with Blaine backers and t a Blains rider. sl TRx Helena hall toseers seem to have 0 found the right side of the score at last. More power to their muscles. a Mn. HIIAaRso was successful in his cl effort to make Brother Blaine show his hand. When he got it uncovered it proved to be a large and muscular clenched fist of true John L. Sullivan proportiens. w WHEN the next scion of Tippecanoe 0, blood is called upon to appoint a secre- ti tary of state he will carefully look into m the pedigree of the applicant. Blaines blood will be barred whonever grand- bi father's hat appears above the horizon. 1 There is no need of any acrimony be- hi tween:the friends of Blaine and Harrison B nd we recommend to our esteemed eon- i temaorariea that they "let go." Beeside the Journal cannot help being a fool.- fl Inter Mountain. ri Considering the latest evidence of ic acrimony between these leaders the t above comment is, to say the least, un- h kind. i THE INDEPNDtENT, as usual, will be ol the only newsepper inl Montana to gived a full, accurate and inipartial account ,i of the republican convention at Minne- w apolis. No matter whose fortunes are to up or down, 'Tlt.: IN eP'.EN ln.T'S news columns will tell the truth for ropubli ccas and denlocrate, alliance men and d mugwumps, alike. SREtHIt.i-otiy EtIIN, finds himself in a t most etme barassing position. Thoyugh one of tle original llaitn boolnere he 1 accepted a cabint. position as a gift t from the presitlent, andc thus far has shown no dispositio to withdraw. Per- ire hape he is Irolch searter thlatI most t people auspect oi~l will hold on until ' succeeded by i e loocrat nexut March. o ah Inrw nohter itiatn of I'ridiy pritod the foll)wing silethile of the Montana vote at ol in lnaillrtel.i: ilor hiirrison, melignll atl Ihl am ltond; for i la te.i Mc(:iirtiictlt, lielhnelirg, I ohson; for i.'Klilnley, ('tcth. Al otlr dispatches antlullti],, ii rtclic;l change uocturred yes terdaiy ttiti it 0i-ew of this till delegates ,~ in t tihiave i'lt ttinv be saiely flacedl fr XVt.: wolcottin to ties INI EI'iIN )F2'I S aeirclio of ituro 'rtti url ''teltingee, 'Ihie at eierslrn l),uiocrait, i.f \l iilolllal, the it first ltltn itr of ii ii}l|i i t before tie. It It is ta hiindsotu.ly I rin ti lvd iili ably ed ited quatrto, atd its -, ++tri-il Ilaterances give forth the ritig of tll~ In ,ntinsracy. 'hlie 0 demo'riits if W,-iqtertl I llillt tire to Ie cr will be devotled ttheir itit-.rnta in the ni coming caniltiligo. J. Sr.o al I,'Arismetl, - who it will be re- It mlembered wlHts sHovwed qitider by .i).Ut00 nlajority in New Nt:rlt last Novetiber, pope tl to tell sis that BIlaine would sweep the Etaipire ettite Iy n unpre-. cetlented mnjiority. When it, is remem- Io bored that l'aseett predicted his own iii election by 40,0)01 majority, democrats it ntay feel reasonably safe over his latest prognostication. lie is about as near right now an he was last year. TIE. Billings-Greatt Falls stage route d Is just now a favorite trail for highway maen. That thyv strei mAli sIrn in S.hiir Sthey bave studiously avoided the rob Sberyotf passengers and have conflned 3 their attention to the treasure box and a mail bags. While this gallantry is to be commended and would doubtless be ob -perved in no other state in the union, a round-up and such punishment as 7 seems fitting would, nevertheless, be an effective and much needed remedy. Iik. itLAINE'S ItE IRlI.tIENT. The summary resignation of Mr. Blaine from the cabinet means fight. The correspondence between the secre tary and the president is susceptible of no other interpretation. Had President Harrison been willing to see his secre tary nominated over hint at Minneapolis in friendly rivalry he would have said so to Mr. Blaine and would have requested 1 the latter to remain at his post. The cold and terse words in which the resig nation and its acceptance are couched shows that the rupture between the two -men is wide and complete, and that Mr. IBlaine, forced to the wall, has thrown down the gage to the president. Had Mr. Blaine deliberately determined to be come a candidate he would have ten dered his nomination months ago, be fore so many delegations were instructed for Harrison, and would not have laid himself liable to the charge of infidelity that will now be brought against him; nor would he have written a letter only a few weeks ago emphatically declaring that his name would not go before the convention. Recent events have led Mr. Ilaine to change his mind. He has suddenly removed tile obligation that rested upon him to be loyal to his chief and placed himself, in the language of politics, "in the hands of his friends," either as a club to knock Harrison out, t or as a candidate for the prize himself. Th'le tirst impression will be that Mr. Blaine will be nominated with a hurrah, but there are several days yet before the balloting will begin and Mr. llarrisou's workers are a well-organized, strong and compact body. Mr. Harrison is a stub born man and will not let go without giving Blaine the greatest tight of his hfe. 'lhe gulf between the two men is impassable. The friends of one will be the bitter foes of the other to the end. c Mr. Harrison and his friends will never acquiesce in good faith in Blaine's tri umuph. If Hlarrison cannot beat Blain( they will try another candidate, perhaps McKinley. Whatever the outcome, the break be. tween these two powerful leaders will leave a lasting feud which will result most disastrously to the republican party in the campaign. The president's friends will openly accuse Blame of treachery and bad faith, and with rea son, for Mr. Blaine held his confidential relation to the president to the last mo ment; and the supporters of the Maine man will charge the president with hav ing wronged and trampled upon their favorite. If the republican managers at Minneapolis are wise they will, now drop both candidates and take a new man. Distrust, resentment, hatred and strife will surely follow the nomination of either. There will be great doings at Minne apolis this week for a certainty. It will be a light to the finish, and disaster will crown the whole in November. On with the dance! THE SHADOWXCGRAPIIER. Years ago, when Charles A. Broadwater was tite boss of a big wagon train across these mountains a man named Smith caught the smallpox in this city. Of course there was the usual fright, and though the man was quartered in a hotel on upper Main street, he was avoided like a wild beast. In their efforts to guard against the spread of the pestilence the public spirited citizens left the sulfferer strictly alone, and he was almost at the point of death when Broadwater learned the situation. Decis ion came to this great hearted, iron-nerved man without delay. IIe jumped in a car riage, drove to the hotel, and found his way to the deserted corner of the house where the sick man lay. He carefully wrapped him in blankets and car ied him out of the hotel and into the carriage. Then they drove together to a cabin in the untskirts of the city, and here the scrnllrox patient remained until he was well, while BIroad water hired nurses and I bylsioaun, and visited him often. This was the man whose death left so great a void in our com munity. Blaine's resignation from the cabinet was greeted with mingled emotions in the offices of our esteemed republican contem poraries across the way. Capt. Bob Fisk stopped the press. passed the cigars around to the staff and ordered the "devil to turn Harrison's picture to the wall. In the other shop after a brief consultation be a Editor Keith, the former handed in his resiguation, the latter pied an editorial cer taiuty of Harrison's nomination while the tmanager wept copiously of large and tuel- low tears. Ilarmony will not be restored until both otffices exchange Rsympathy over a republican defeat in November. S It i rumored that Mr. I(us.ell I. Ilarri son will again return to raside permarnently in llolena. We can already see the rtUesive form of Chairman 'I omas ('ouch risngu aloft in the klinueapois. ronvention and hear his s ringing voice. "The republican delegates I from Mlontana cast six votes for James G. Ilainer' 'Through an error last Monday the types a gave the name "I'rof. Ofecharifrngen" for F that more modest appellation, Prof. Oscar Slliongwall, the bearer of which leads the bi liroadwater orchestra. The mistake is not likely to occur again as th-i professor relies upon his btilities rather than the length of e nutle for b:a reputatiotln tiounp leHado- aLt(d d composers. The evening concerts at the e hotel offer almp le evidence of the correct e ness of this view. A ditty of local autborship heard these days from one corner to another runs: F "'rom IrHelena to liaxoetlale is tn rnlile. away; From ltaxendial :1 l -lIna is t-en mIiles away." I Ie Hlat until fired I The musneic is by James Gourley, while the words are from the pen of our well known local poet, Judge Sanders. Each artist n 'having the required amount of inspiration, s it is not surprising to learn of their success, Snor to predict a great future for each in the musical world. It is understood that they have formed a co-partnership tmuch like that of Gilbert and Sullivan, and will soon engage in the composition and pro duction of original operas. The judge is already working on a plot based on the r proceedings of the Missoula convention. i The feature expected to create the greatest popular stampede ever known in the his tory of esmaements will be a chorus of real white-winged doves, providing Lee Mantle will have the kindness to lend his Book to the promoters. As Mr. Mantle ex pets a heavy vote from this county in his gubernatorial race he will hardly deny the request. The birds will be re-whitewashed for the occasion. Mr. Gourley informs aus that the openingt horns will be incompar ably more impressive than the Marsellaise; hib only fear is that it will be beyond the appreciation of the average Helena au dience. If isis a failure here itwill be pro duced in Jay Gould. Other features of the opera will be announced from time to time. But where is Baxendale? It is not "ten miles away" as the poetic license of the author has it; it is really only one-half that distance when the trip is made in day time. It is a place where building and corner stones and statuary made to order are hewed from piles of native granite by forty or more Michael Angelos under the direc tion of the proprietor, Hon. William liar rison. It is located on the Rimini road in a picturesque corner of a valley, and is really a most interesting place to visit. Mr. Harrison owns the quarry from the cloude down and the inception and growth of the industry are due wholly to his enterprise. There are lodging houses, boarding houses, butcher and blacksmith shops and the biggest and best hennery to be found in the western continent. Mr. Harrison, who is comqonly called the Duke of ijaxendale, takes special pride in this hennery, indeed so great is his interest that if a chicken fight were in progress the entire mountain of granite might scat ter without attracting his attention. I Though not an aristocrat himself he will have none tLt patrician fowls on the place. The hen that refuses to lay a double yolk egg in a momeat of forgetfulness suffers I the penalty of decapitation, the only law I on the place that is rigidly enforced. The 4 result is the maintenance of admirable I discipline among the hens. The owner is e particularly proud of the male portion of e the family and, if allowed, will converse v for hours on the beauties of a high-headed., vain-glorious game rooster imported into the camp a short time since. It cost the c inks a hnndre.l dollar note to become the ii owner of this bird. A pedigree engraved on eky blue silk and bearing the signature of the president of the World's Fowl B'eeders' association accompanied the car which brought James G. Blaine, as Harrison calls him. It shows that his first known anoestor strutted through the gar dens of King Henry VIllI. when his royal master was devoting himself to Anne Boleyn. The duke of Baxendale is always glad to show this bird and his companions to visitors to the dukedom. The greed, the outcropping meanness, the contemptible groundling jealousy often resaulting from business rivalry is confined to no branch of trade. For monthsCharlie Sotero, and honest and good natured Greek has run a popcorn and fruit stand at the Broadway corner. He paid his license and was not disturbed until a merchant who has a store on Broadway had him arrested for blocking the street. The result will be the breaking up of a small basiness that never returned more than a living. The Greek is probably right in thinking that this land of America is not so free as it appears in Greece. A very good looking republican phalanx went from Helena to the Minneapolis con vention. An unlooked for sign of harmony was the departure of Colonel Botkin and General Weed in the same car. LOYAL LEGION ENTERTAINMENT. Programme That WillI Be Readered at Adnr..s' Hall. Tuesday evening next, the following pro. gramme will be given by the Loyal Legion, at Adams' hall on Helena avenue: Instrumental musie ............... Miss Adams lieitation .............. ............ Mis Fler Quartette........................ Misaes omusel, Porter. Me~srs Simith. Shaw. Reritation .................. Mrs. l, nv r Iayton Sol.. .............................Miss Adams Mongof See, -"yeven Tlimet)ne. "(t ra Price: "Meven 'l'imes rl'w," Anua Ieifenrath: "Seven Timas 'ihrot,," Urin Ilntsrell; "k'erve 'lirnds Four." May ('lrr ah; "'', e 'l'rees lie;" I dith AdaRms: "l'evee 'l'nm; Six." Idrt| Cturrah;'"l.oen Timnoer Sevrn," rGertrude Heifenratlh. '.or sn........ ................. i.L.oyal Le in A dd iess ...... .......................U. WV. Blair After the en.tertainment strawberries and ice cream will be served. A complete line of trimmed hats in all the lat est styles at 2I.e. .:A. - isherl s. Foster kidaloves at ''he Heo llive thi week only $1.25. Jrnnrees-Miller model bodce only at Fowles' ('ash Mtore. Forty-Six Per Cent, New York Life Insur ance ('mpanty. BozEMAN, Mont., May 9. ]iNd.-E. Sharpe, Esq., Resident Manager New York Life In surance Company, Helena, Mont.: Dear Sir-I beg leave to acknowledge receipt of your company's check for $1,4l0) in settle ment of the insurance policy of $1,000 held by me upon the life of my deceased husband, who committed suicide on the 26tlh day of March. 1802. I very much appreciate your promptness of settlement without delay or expense, Ias is so often occasioned by other companies, as well as the hnndsome dividend addition made to the policy, the same being 40; per cent of the face of the I olicy. Yoirs very respectfully, BARARiA SIieri , liw"Iwee' (ash ltore carries the largest line of notois in the city. large line of new glaseware just received at i'lI e l )o t ti sta! ,rices that defy cormlp, itioo All lnw pattrnes. (lood-bye. I saw nmy bonnets go 'round the bend, Good bye, my bonnets, good-bye. 'They were all of themrn worn with a satisfied smile, Good-bye, my bonnets, good-bve. 'Ihere may be a little fiction in this state mint, but the pljin fact remailns that Mis. Fisher can please ,orn. If you liku fashion able goods and reasonable prices. No. 15 lMaln street, Novelty block. lerminway'o k it inti i!k Iii all shader only .iri oar r.woel at 'li lO;t. Ihrvo ('r.arm I nia Inon andui broideries at Fowles Notice to Taxpayers. All parties having assessment lists must fill out and return the same to the assessor's office forthwith, otherwrse the assessment will be made up from the reoords. and any mistakes made will be attrinrted to their own negligenoe. (fEo. WALKER, Assessor. Special sale of lace curtairns this week at The Bee hlive. IBegin To-morrow. To-morrow is the day to begin penman ship, arithmetic or any other study at Prof. Engelhorn's Ilusiness college, corner Main and Sixth avenue. ipeiial sasle on milk umbrellas this week at Iheitleu Ilie,. Order Your Isuits. An elegant line of spring goods has just been received. The very latest patterns. Prices reasonable. J. B. JOnN.eoN m- MONTANA bUMMER SCHObOL. le That or Iermat Methods WIll teills Il Is easele dune 18, Monday, Juae 18. the second annpal see is loa fi the estate summer school of mseth e ods will be opened in this city. The see 4 slon of lest year was so liberally patronlsed is that those having it in ehaege have decided - to enlarge its scone this year. This they r; have done by aiding a department of slo * cution and hysiaeal culture (Delearte sys - tem) and a department of drawlhg. l'he school will be divided into three general departments, to-wit: Primary, interme diate and grammar. The session will offer 0 an exoellent opportunity for teachers and young people to study methods of tenabchin and also to review hbe common and higher branobhes thus perfecting themselves in the work of the common ebhool. The work of the grammar department will prove very beneficial to the pupils who have been in high school and the higher grammar grades of our city schools, as thorough instruction will be given in the branches of these de partments. All persons enrolling in this or any of the departments will be admitted without further charge to the special work in draw ing, vocal museic and elocution and physical culture. 'Jo those who may desire to take only the special work, the following very low rates have been made for the full course of fifteen lessons: Physical culture $4, drawing $2, vocal music and voice oul to a $3. For course of study and further partica Iars, call upon Supt. R. G. Young, who will be in his ofilee over Parchen's drug store at three o'lneok each afternoon, Bliy a ladies' silk umbrella for $1.50 or a gen thlman's 48-inch al silk umbrella for $1.75 at 'tie eie hlive special sale. All kinds of stationery at Fowles' Caslh Store. Warner's cor'ets 60 cents and upwards at Butcher & Bradley's, 105 Broadway. Notice-To Whom It May Concern. Whereas, The government having appro priated certain sums of money for the erection of a military post at or near Hel ena, conditioned upon the conveyance to government by the citizens, of one thous and (1,000) acres of land, suitable for the erection of such military post thereon: and whereas, the cost of such land will have to be defrayed by the citizens; and whereas a committee appointed by the Board of 7 Ii ads and the Commercial club of this city, hbrve been o dered to take the matter in hand, this is to give notice to all person or persons, singly or jointly, who may have or are able to obtain such quantity of land, that they are:requested to submit in writing at the earlest possible date, their proposi tion for the sale and delivery of such body of land. As it is very desirable that work be com menced at the earliest possible date, par ties having propositions, are requested to submit them without delay. Propositions will be addressed to H. M. Parehen, uresident of the committee, Hel ena, Montana. I. M. PAItCHEN, Pres. C. K. WEI.LS, 80e'y. Helena, Mont., May 20, 1892. fr Fowles' Cash Store carries the largest and in eatassortment of trimmed and untrimmed mil inery in the city. Crockery and glassware very cheap at The Bee hlive. I Samuel K. Davis' Special. INvrsTM]ENT STOOia. 10,000 Cumberland (Castle). One block held for delivery in bank. 200 and 300 Bald Butte. Will pay divi dend eary next month. 1,000 to 5,000 Iron Mountain. Paying reg ular monthly dividends. 2,000 Cumberland (Castle). WANTED. Combination (Philipsburg). no 1,000 Bi-Metallic ex at a price. 1,000 Alps, bed rook price. 5.000 or 10.000 Copper Bell at a price. lei Itooms 26 and 27, Bailey block, Go to The Bee h[ive for bargains in ladies' misses' and children's hosiery and underwear. For notions, hosirry, underwear. corsrts and infants' ear lutchler & Blradley hive tlhe best for the lowest piCies.. Money to Loan. On improved irrigated farms through out the state. Lowest rates. Time and terms to suit. Write, deecribing your C property. Sr MONTANA SAVINGS BANK, Helens, Montana. Mysteries of the (t'rt of London. complete C~ Lu eight volumes, at Thie ie Hirv. i'rioe $4. L Removed. A, Miss Julia S. Lawrence has removed from Reoom 4, Denver block, to Room 21, ground luor of same block. -.'OOD hay, sweet hay, hath no fellow," quoth the immortal LT "Bottom." If aha'kespeare had been a writer of the present day he never would have made one of his characters eat hay, when good flour was as cheap as it is now. Our readers should use nothing but the celebrated I II B andl of Har 1 W heat Patent Flour, And we will guarantee they will always be satisfied. See that a fac simile of the above is on each sack. TJUCTION STYLB ! O-o-----= Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, ETC. H. BARNETT'S, 18 S. MAIN STREET. ENTIRE STOCK WILL IlE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE UNTIL DISPOSED OF. Sale of Dry Goods, Etc., Daily at 2 p. m. Sale of Glothing, Etc., Daily at 7 p. m. GrEO. BOOKER, Auctioneer. ý MING'S OPERA HOUSE I J. C. REMINGTON, Manager, Two Nighn l ,MoNt, Monday, 'June 6. id ,y RHE COMES! THE REIGNING KING OF KOMEDYII e il The sole legitimate german dialect comedian on ti the American stage, __ _JUS WILLIAMS Under the direction of GEO. WLEDEREfR and JOHN W. HAMILTON Supporteo hy an unusually oc mpetent troupe S of player, in the re-writloten. powerful yet simple hume comedy Keppler's Fortunes! EVERY WORD A B~MIL EVERY SYLLADLE A LAUOH SVERVIY RENTENCI A ROAR. e Usual prices. Beont will he n sale at Pope & O'Connur's drug store Satur.day morning, June 4. DR. KING WILL BE AT t Butte, wilt Hight & Fairfield,. June 3-11. Dillon, at Mrs. L. Eupper's, June 12-1. At Helena, with fSteinmetz, June 15 to July 1. HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED. The oldest Fruit and Pro- Established 1)83 duce House in Montana. s a he 1 LINDSAY & CO. ---DEALERS IN- Fruit and Produce.i HELENA, MONTANA. Shipping altogether in car lots from first hands we are atvAe ) in apiosition ti till all orders for fruit and produce in any quantity at bottom prices. Dealers sheuld send for our price list of Fireworks and other Fourth or July Goods. J. H. Boucher, Excavating of All Kinds. Sewer and Water Pipes Laid. haunk Walls and Foundatlons Huilt. GENERAL JOBBING OF ALL KINDS, Oflsee-Lookey and Leiser liulldlng, Cor ner Jackson Street and Sixth Avenue. All bills payable when work is completed, un less otherwise agreed. J ontana National Bank OF HELENA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,000. Surplus and Profits, - $200,000. Diwegrs: C. A. BROADWATE. - - President L. 0. PHELPS. -- - ice-Presidont I. L. MoCULLOH. - - t-ahier C A. MITH, - - Asst. (ashier ( A. 0. Clarke, Paoran Gans. H. F Gale r, P'or Larson, Sw. .C .nbn A. Coy.& C. Walla.e. C. A. 1Cory. E .. 4 UUA"ASTREU 1 ºp a Montana Sapphires t a and SouVernir Spoons. C. B. JACOUEMIN & CO., Jewelers and Silversmiths. Dealers in Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fancy Artiocles, Umbrellas, Canes, etc. PIANOS, Of the Beat Makes Only JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. aogravllg, Wateh Repalrlng, * Good Work Only THE NEW FURNITURE STORE, 1 15 BROADWAY, (WHITEHEAD'S OLD STAND.) gL G. H. TAYLOR & CO., Have put in a Full and Complete Line of IFURNITURE Consisting of Betroom Suites, Parlor Suites, Center Tables, Stands, Folding Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Blanketo, Pillows, Fancy Rockers, Chairs, and a complete line of Baby Carriages From $6.50 up. Also a full line of Rugs and Draperies. All we ask is a trial order, and our prices and quality of goods will convince you that they are right and suit the times. Parties out of the city will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. RIemember Tlhe Od,1 Sltlaen I G. H. TAYLOR & CO. Outftting store, 11i Brodway. I . econd National Bank OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $7b,00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000. A General Banking Business Transacted. F. D. EDGERTON. President. C. K. COLE, - Vice-President. GEURGE B. CHILD. - Caeshier. 1OrPH N. KENCI. " Lat. Cashhier. Board of Director., J. B. Sant id 0O. Evans . W. Child. J. Jones, A. N. ý , Chris. Kenoek E. D. tEi te, C. K. Cole Geore B. Child. 'irst National Bank Or HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. interest Allowed on '¶ime Deposite. General Banking Business Transated. Safoety Deposit Boxes for Bent Direoterse S. T. HAUSER. - President E. W. KNIGHT, . - . Cashier. '. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Aset. Cashier. (lEO. H. HILL, - - 2d Aest. Cashier. G ranville Stuart. - - tockgrowe_ liLt,. i'. C. Power, - - U. h'. Senator. J . Curti. - Clarke, Conrad & Curtin it. S. Hami.tol . - - Capitalist 0. (1. Allen. - Mining and Stockgroweu ('has. K. Wells - Merchant A. M. Helter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Co Assolated Bankse Nortlwestern National Bank. - Great Falls. Iirt Nattnna l ank. - - Miesouls Fir.t National !tank. - Butta The American National BANK. OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. C. POWER, - - - President. A. J. SELIGMAN. - - Vice-President. A. ('. JOIINSON. - - Cashier. UiEO. F. COPE. - - Assistant Cashier Directores T. C. Power. A. J. Seligman, A. C. Johnson. irbichard L.okey. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on principal oities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Transfers of money male by tel graph. Collections promptly attended to. City. county and state securities bought and sold. GO.. . IIE.L WALTER KIpG. HILL & KING Have a sne lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale cheat, in any quantity. Also sawed and split wood on hand. Otrders solicited. I K. Wright. agent, room 1 l.z!c li-uteL Tel epheae Na. D. erchants National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000: Surplus and Profits, - $90,000. L. H. HERISIYIELD . President. A. J. DAVIJDLON, Vice-PrFeiden AARON iEESHMIELD) Cashies. Board of Direaetorsn, Thomas Cruoe, M. Sands. S. S. Hontley, A. K. Prescott. . J. Davidon, Moses Morrie , H. Herashfie. Aaron Hersheld, J. Switsr. Firstcluse City, ont d tate Jo 'it bought and sold. Exchanei issued on the principal oitiM of the United Stales and Europe. Transfers of monea m(de by telegraph. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collecties promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the beest constructed tire and bhrgiar proof safe :aposit vaults in the country. NO. 4400. elena National Bank OF HELENA. MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Bustl ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - Presaldent. SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, Vice-President. FRANK BAIRD. Cashier. Interest allowed on time depolts. Exchange issued on foreign countripes. Transfer of money by te'egraph. First-clase eity, county. and state securities bouht and eola Collections promptly attended to. Board of Directors, John T. Murphy, Shirley C. Ashby, P. W. MeAde, Prank IBaird. Chas. K. Wells. J. P. Wooman, E. a. Maclay. W. E. Cuilleo. Jnu. 8. MendenhalU. Aobner H. Clementes 1. . For,. - A. McDonald. J. P. Porter. h. e Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. TIHOMAS CRURE, President. PRANK H. CItUSE, Vice-Preeident WM. J. COOKE. Aast. 'I.reas. and Neao. WM. J. bWENIk Y, - - Treasurer. Trusteess Thomas Cruse, Frank H. Crses. Win. J. Cooks. Win. J. tSweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposits, compounded January and July. Traneacti agenerl banking business. Draws euxchageon'tho pinoipal cities of the United States esnd exrope, Deals in eounti and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgagess. (Ifilie heure from I0 a. in. to 4 p. m. Also oq Sathirlay and Monday evenings from 7 to o''i. . .