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31W iL. urLM~p RUdAyI per mw...... O ...)$1 01 it ondevl s lasomtlw.... i uadayl three moUinuS.... 260 bi dlt1 pOet e.. " 00 Omndial par month...... 7 ameel per Tear....... 220 vAno ORIC] per Te...... 300 pee week. leaven lanel.. i ;, MONT., JUNE 12, 1892. abroad will always find lea ZneamuZW on file at their fayorite ;Filth Men;. end Metropolitan. New i tsst MiaueatRpo Baldwin and Paace, kaIIOoi MDlermott. Unttet Leland Hotel. WtrE WMATUIER. r o4 tar Tun IwnzuWxDm dalli by 3. J. i l-letd Biatee obeerver. 0:00 a.m. 0i:00 m. tore. . 42.0 415.0 ,;1 ttarn n.L40*... ew-li nw- i UM temperatur. 1l.0 prn ten tae. 0.0 S:m rain: warmer. They hrome n Rbln sine Rim a"x. The indira ple favorable for clearing tha,!any timo during the past ferty. earing weather is expected to .tO June 12. s. Mont.. June 11. 1892. A QRtAT RAIN. . Jupiter Pluvius. who heretofore 'hown very httle consideration for tana, seems to determined to make or post neglect. Ordinarily twenty hours of his favors would be quite Oeat to bring the gratitude of all tanlane, but in this instance the of rain is fairly outdoing himself in 'eforts to show to the irrigation com Ite that he is still doing business at o ld stand. He has succeeded so that the streets are masses of mud, tire local population is mackin ab, cellare under the hills are filled ti watpr and the fields are flooded. haa fgures are interesting. From . at noon to June 11 at noon the , in this city was 26 inches. An t7 rain on a square foot weighs j~pnds, and the same depth over a 'unle weighs 72595.02 tons. The iputtion completed shows that over 'lfour square miles of the city of Hel Ia '754,990 tons of rain have fallen iithi, forty-eight hours. The rainfall :hasbeen very general throughout the tate and came at a time when greatly heeded. The values resulting cannot be determined accurately at this time, .but will run very high. It is a season tar gratitude and Montanians who are t he most generous oud appreciative peo on.ple on earth, are truly grateful. RUSSELL B. ON TOP. We pause for a moment to remove 'our headgear to Mr. Russell B. Harri son. The results of the past two days ihould be sufficient evidence that this '(iyoung man possesses more political knowledge, tact and finesse than have '; ever been credited to him. Look at i.the vote of Montana's delegates, for in ' stance. They were instructed for Blaine at Missoula as plainly as instruction icould be given. It was an anti-Harri son gathering from start to finish and all present were determined to choose anti-Harrison delegates to Minneapolis. All were fooled. Five of the chosen voted straight for Harrison and one against him. The glory of this result must be given in large measure to the prince. He was smart enough to stay away from Mon tana. but he did not rest on his oars. The trusted representatives of the ad ministration in this state went to Wash ington, consulted with him, and re turned with the wires cut. They beat the Blaine people at Missoula, and the defeated never found it out until the ballot was taken at Minneapolis. The Blaineites in Montana have tried very hard to make a fool out of Russell; they now know that he inherits a very large part of that political sagacity with which old Tippecanoe and his grandson were equipped. A G*REAT (:AIRLEEI SAILY FINISHEDI The crushing defeat of Mr. Blaine at Minneapolis is sadly pathetic. No man in the history of Ameri can politics ever enjoyed this man's siagular popularity with his own peo pie; even Henry Clay never was so idol lzed by his party. But while Clay could never be president ho 'never lost the control and a'lulation of his party. It is different with Mr. Blaine. When in the natural order of things his career in Dolitics should have finished in a blaze of glory, he i- mioot ignominiously beaten. In a ctounting of noses which lasted but a few mouenuts the glory of his reputation as a political leader dis anoears. In 187G Mr. Blaine on the seventh ballot in the republican national con vention at Cincinnati had .151 votes to 381 votes for ilayes. In 18810 at a re publican national convention held in Chicago lie received :175 votes, or within thirty-five of a suflicient number to nominate. In 1h881 he was nominated and defeated, and in 1888 he declined the nomination, which he could have had. During all this time lie has been the chief adviser in his party and has received by far the greatest portion of the honor. We ind himn in the present year using all his energies to secure the nomination at the last minute, with the backing of the cleverest political man agelr and with the yells and enthus -asm for his cause. lie was beaten in a way that ý surprised everybody. Why or how it was; done is not alto gether plain at this time, but it ii certain that his prestige in American politics is gone forever. The plumed knight's feathers are it the dust and every new Richmond it the republican field is a greater mar thanl be. aOL WATTEuotON oN POLITIOS. L . ,$eary Watterson in disonscing . -A of polities deplores the ten 4afdpi aiir wilth tb ? o t Vi d States., se aho , 1ii oitiaen and a good Atmeician, Wh; t bt :It to that grim Isobler, who al l tin bi nation's capital, waiting for the verdict of the mob, whether he go or mtay? What boots it to that sick man over the way, who is cheating his age of its repose and has fame of its luster, whether a little lease of life and power is granted him to shine and die in? What boots it to that strong but ambitious man, who, affeoting an indifference too sublime to be human, has sat in silence whilst his party was being rent asunder, whether he is returned to a place in which, after all, he might sacrifice honors won and worthily worn. "Looking down upon the scene from heights crowned only by love of coun try and love of truth; upon the muddy swirl and tumult of the many; upon the hypocrisy and cant and mean self-seek ing of the few-the little great men striving.for their own sordid ends, and though by different methods yet all alike dishonest, to stir the passions of the others-one is tempted to exclaim, 'fools! fools! fools!'" It is nevertheless true that political discussions are as free to-day from per sonalities as at any time in the history of the country. A study of old and modern newspapers will show that leaders to.day are archangels compared to the men for whom our forefathers voted. Tui delegates to the A. O. U. W. convention will be made very welcome. I They represent an organization which numbers good men from every cornei of the United States, all of whom are banded together for good purposes Citizens of Helena are glad indeed to I have the privilege of welcoming these delegates to our city and will spare no efforts to make them comfortable as possible during their stay. WaE fancy that Major McKinley's re- I fusal to be a candidate was not the self sacrificing loyalty to Harrison that ap- 4 pears at first glance. Mr. McKinley has had enough to do with the high tariff to know that any man who runs for presi- I dent this year on that issue places him self in a precarious position. t JOKES OF THE DAY. r Every man expects to get his reward in the hereafter, but none his deserts.-In- I dianapolis Journal. t "Pa," said a five-year-old son, "can a rope walk?"" "I think not, my son." answered the father, "but it might if it b were tact."-Texas Siftings. Frankstown--Do you think that con sumption is hereditary? Bellefield-It may be, but I'm not afraid. Heredity doesn't run in our family.-Pittsburg Chronicle- I Telegraph. Hicks--Do yon believe there's such a thing as a haunted house? Wicks-Oh, yes, indeed; but it depends a good deal npon how good looking the girl is who lives e in it.-Boston Transcript. Weary Wiggins-Dat is a beautiful story in de bible about de rich man wot made a banquet. He asked his rich friends, but dey made exouses: den he went out and in vited ioor folks just like us. Tired Trad- I dies-Yes, but it wor a fable.-Now York Herald. Physician: Here, take this; it's good for your liver. Fogg: And what do I care if it is? Hasn't my liver given me more trouble than all my other tormentors put together? - No. sir; give me something that Is good for me, no matter how bad it is for my liver! Boston T ansecript. Editor: Who save that advertising doesn't bring results? Printer: What's the matter now? Editor: Why, just look at this: Major Jones advertised for a wife last week, and six hours afterwards he got one and a wholefamily thrown in, and com mitted suicide the next day!-Atlanta Con stitution. "I am given to understand that Mr. Chas. A. Dana is considered quite a fluent writer," observed an English gentleman to an Amer ioan tourist. "Afllrent write ! I should say he wap. Worth over A2.000,000 and s; orts a $10,000 coop of ia:me cocks! Aflluent writer! Well, I ahould say so!" Texas Siftings. ienator Mitchell'a Daughter. I am very curious to know how the yonng Ame.ioan )Duchos de Is Rochefoucauld, who is the daughter of Senator Mitchell, will get along with her estimable mother in-law. 'lThe latter is a great character in her way, and her antecedents have been similar to those of the second and dis carded wife of the famous Italian states man, Crispi, writes Marquise de Fontenoy in the Philadelohia Press. Of her birth and origin it is impossible to say much, inasmuch as she wa a foundling, and as soon as she attained womanhood she became a vivandiere, or oantiniere of the regiment in which her husband was serving as ofiler. lie married her while campaigning in Al geria. and the mesalliance created an enor nmous sensation at the time. Indeed, for a cantiniere to rarrry:a commissionedI oflicer was an absolutely unheard-of occurrence. For the highest rank in which women of her class had until then been accustomed to look for a husband was that of corporal. i'robably the dowager duches, whose maiden name was Iouvery, may still have, Sstowed away s,,mewhere, the uniform which Sehe wore wu:le sher belonged to the regi noent, anld also the war medais which she .1 rece.ived for her services on the field of ai~ttie. Aitnough in times of peace the business of th se vivrandlers was r: itrieted to dis pensing ihquor at the canteen to the men, Syet in warfarer their duties became of a far I more ontensive nrature. partaklng more of t those of late.a of mercy or ambularnce e nurses. S 'they were subjected to a very severe dis Scipline, and, being on terms of comraderie witl th he nmen, their language wars niat to be as picturesqrue, graphic, and as highly col Soied as that of thie ordinary trooper. I' It may, therefore, he readily imagined - how great was the shock when the head of is the ancient and noble house of La Itooho n founoauld attenrited to ritroduce into the Faubourg St. G(ormain. thie ex- yivandiere Swhom he had rrade his duchess. I need scare ly say that her reception by the ancient aristocracy was not of an ex 0 ceedingly co di:l nature. Both she and her two sons have alwayrs been subjected to a sort of semi-ositraciim on tiho airt of the other branches of the family, and I fear that this very fact may somewhat interfere i with the social success of Senator Mlitch i- el's daughter ur the noble Faubourg, Arohiteo'l Bill on tha New Jail B ildlng Not Allowed.' Two Olakslt fbr Publishtl the Delinquent rTax LiSt Thrown Out. (oroaer teekmaen to Serve tS Owna P. pees Outside of the Cuity tLiit in Inquest ases. The county commissioners allowed a number of bills yesterday, the bulk of them being for witness and juror fees before the district coart and coroner. A few bills were not allowed and some out down. One of the accounts thrown out was that of M. J. McConnell, the architect of the new jail building. His claim was for $277.76. After it was rejected the commissiouers passed the following and ordered it entered on the minutes as their reason for not al lowing the bill: We consider the architect to blame for our ever having extra steel work, and as to the balance, called extra, when building the yard and fence, we never made any contract, and had a com petent superintendent and have to pay him for the same work three per cent. Two other bills were disallowed on the advice of the county attorney. They were presented by the Journal Publishing com pany and the Herald for publishing the de linquent tax list. Col. Nolan advised the commissioners that under the new revenue law they had no discretion in the matter, and that it is not legal to advertise the de linquent tax list in more than one paper. The former order directing the sheriff to serve all papers in inquest cases, and which out down the fees of the coroner, was modified so as to apply only within the limits of Helena, and remains the same elsewhere in the county. Under the original order the coroner was somewhat handicapped by being obliged to take a deputy sheriff with him whenever called out of town to hold an inquest. The following reports of fees collected were made: Constable Sims, $43.15; Jua tice Woodman, $324; Justice Billings, $10; Justice Fleischer, $138.10; Justioe Gage, $:38; Justice Sanders, $66; Constable Quirk, $47.30. No reports have beenreceived from Justice Lush. Fines collected were: Joe lice Woodman, $11.60; Justice Sanders, $56; Constable Galvin. $18.15. The following bills for fees were allowed: Justice Gage, $132.50; Justice banders, $117.50; Justiae Fleischer, $32; Justice Bill lings, $5. Justice Woodman, $66; Coroner Ltockman, $61.50. Auditor Bickett submitted his report for the quarter ending Feb. 29, finding the no onunts of county officers to be correct. No report has been received from the county muperintendent of schools and the county issessor. Tickets were bought for the fol owing out of the poor fund: A. Megahy, Rome, N. Y., $45.75; Mrs. Lorimer. Harting on., Nebraska, $29.85; Mrs. Chople, Mis loula, $34.20; Mrs. Jennings, Salt Lake, 517.40. St. John's hospital was allowed "270.30; St. Peter's $48.95. Balance on rand in poor fund, $331.59. The Peoe Hive are leaders in low prices on oweles nd table linen. Give them a call. Writing pads five cents, box of paper, twenty rour sheets paper and twenty-four envelopes, good qoality, 10 cenrs, at Butcher & Bradley's. TIlE CIIURCHES. Emanuel Baptist mission hold Sabbath ichool every Sunday at 2:30 p. m., corner of Madison avenue and Peosta street. Unitarian services. G. A. R. hall.-Mr. Crooker will preach at 11 a. m. on "Re ligon and Morality." There will be no evening service. St. Peter's churh, Warren and Grand Rev. F. T. Webb, rector. Regular services: 7:45 a. m., celebration of the holy commu nion, (except first Sunday in the month): 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible classes 2:30 p. m. Central Church of Christ, Board of Trade rooms. corner Sixth avenue and Main street -Sunday-school at 10 a. m.. preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., also Y. P. S. C. E. at six p. m. Morning theme: "A Les son from the Character of Daniel." Eve nina: "Who is on the Lord's Side?" F. L. Cort, pastor. First Presbyterian church, corner Elev enth avenue and Ewing street.-There will b, services beginning at 11 o'clock rundav morning, June 12, conducted by the Rev. 1R. H. Nassau, from Philadelphia. a distinguished divine now on his retu n from the: Presbyterian assembly, recently held at Portland. No evening service. l'araol covers for infant.' carriages from 45c to t2.25 each at I Owlec' ( ahl Store. Legal blanks at this office. Special sale on silk ambrollas this week at The Bee Hive. hamunel K. Davis' SpeciaL INVESTMENT STOOLS. 500 and 200 Bald Butte. 10,000 Cumberland. 1,000 Iron Mountain. 500 Yellowstone. 250 Bi-Metallic extension. 5,000 Bi-Metallic extension (one block). 200 Combination. 5,000 Copper Hell. JUDITH eTOCK COMPANY. I offer for sale the preferred stock of this company guaranteeing eight ier cent in terest. A safe and sure investment. 'The prospectus and particulase at the office. Itooms 26 and 27, Bailey block. New bhrok' at The hRe Hive at popular prices Largeat line in the city. Jennees-.liller waists only. at Fowlee' Cash Storrc. Fifty ersas ldres. tutton- in ascorted colors, fire ients per dozen, at Butcher & Iradlny'., 105 lIroadway. Money to Loan. On improved irrigated farms through out the state. Lowest rates. Time and terms to suit. Write, deeoribing your property. MONTANA BIAVIN(S I]ANK, Helena. Montana. Go to Thie loe live for bargains in ladiles' misses' and children's hobiory aand underwear. Mites Julia nawrenv o ia nh,,lt to move fres, roosm 4. DIrover block, to 141, ground Ilor of the same, block, with a most select stork of ladles' powders and other fancy goods. ilargedn ~'Week at Miss Kingsley's Millinery, corner Park and Sixth ave nue., liats and bonnets trimmed or re trimmed at a great reduction this week. Fowles' (Cash Store has th' best values in ladio,' and crhildren's hobiery and underwear in Ihsacily. Ilotingway'k embr.loillery silke, Jarpan flose, liouian itos and rope silk only 450 per dozen at 'l ie Boo flive. T'hi Ilrget, stock: of oil and vapor stoves at Win. Weiatl-in A :lo'a. Turkish Rugs. Only two more sales of the Turkish rugs, Monday and Tuesday, at two p. m. each day at Electric hall. T'ile beat spring weight, lamlse wool underwear for lon in the iiarket at 'I'.. lies liyve, onlly - per suit. Slscial sale of lace curtains this week at The o wenivwe. Jacktats and capes will be sold at less than cost this week at Yowlee' Cash litora Wbeta lereht 8e~srer eley Mae Paid > YThe h4ea taal Life Zantage oaeat ar' of ie, espresate toI Realbyh W. s~. ai1m counotsamoalngit poliyn, holdaers nply men embenut in pIro sional sRd4 is l ePntl cite thitM.th. a8he k Unitod Si 84 but it also aUtUber ioing them l ominaent siae lOa= antOled wlith qn.ot, ai(e, mlm smoan th r slen.w ·Urb u 5nm, woat t., I , tb age of 80. a poll for Son the tr.year endowmen a--n, annual pHmalm on which. is 15.88L Foollowrint its ueul"plat. no dividUenl were paid the at to a but they ~egan in 8179, and t.l Is ih4 record einao thbat 64198; 18,61. $18.8451 6, $4165; 1885, 48.85; 1886. 64.M 1887 e98J0 188, $49.101; 1889, $68, 180, $o11.0oI 1891, $5 .15. It will be noteoad that in 1887 the dividend was $95.20, about doabl that of precedina yeaws. In that year the Northwestern de cided to pay doubl6 dividendaoa all i.lOes that had been in force five years or longer, and.that accounts for the lD..: paid M . Snilfen in 1887. This policy the North western has since pursued. Since then there has been a notable increase in the dividends paid Mrh anifen overy year, and Mr. Phillips is so well satisfled with the record his company has made with Mr. Sniffen, that he challenges him to produce a policy in his own company, the New York Lif, of the same kind that shows two. thirds good reeults. No other hinse ii the west carries as extensive a line of roehiole. a'l:. U. lower A Co.. and they sall at eastern price.q An elegant line oteW i pattern hats at Fowles' Cash itor. House frnishing gos'e at wholesale Dprles at Win. Weinstein & Co'e. Notteo-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 govromment by the oitizens, of one thous and (1,000) acres of land, suitable for the erection of such military poet thereon: aud whereas, the cost of such land will have to be defrayed by the citizens; and whereas a committee appointed by the Board of '1rade and the Commercial club of this city, have been ordered 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 to 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. Parohen, president of the committee, Hel ena, Montana. H. M. PARCcEN, Pres. C. K. WLLus, See'y. Helena, Mont., May 20, 1892. Dr. Bhll's and Dr. Warner's corsets only $1 at Fowlos' Cash Etore. Straiton & Ptorm's Royal Owl oigars four for 25c at Wan. Weinstein & Co's. The only purple buntin. in the it can beho found at lhoe ee Hive. I his is the official color of the supreme lodgeA. O. U. W. Summer School of Methods Opens in Central school building next Monday morning, June 13. Full course of instruction $10. SPECIAL COIURSE. Fifteen lessons in music and voioe cul tore $8. Fifteen lessons in physical culture $4. Fifteen lessons in elocution $3. Fifteen lessons in free hand drawing $2. Inquire of Supt. I. G. Young for fall par tiuolars. Place your orders for bunting at The Bee Ijive iefure the assortment is broken. A few more 81 gossamers for 50o at Fowles' Cash htore Ladles' blouse waists in large variety just re ccived at The Ioe have. Cheap Excursion to Chicago. On account of the national democratic convention at Chicago. The Northern Pa cifico railroad will make a rate of one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale June 15th to 19th inclusive, with final limit of July 6th. Remember that the Northern Pacific is the only line that runs through to Chicago without chance of care. A. D. EnDoA, Gen. Agt. GOOD, sweet, wholesome bread covers a multitude of culinary sins, and good housewives, if they wish to keep peace in the family, should see to it that they are capable of making it, which, by the way, they cannot fail to do if they use I II Fancy Patent Flour. Manufactured by the North Dakota Milling Company. Ask your grocer for it. 7UJC TION ShLEBI --- ~--- or - I- ------ --- - Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, HATS, ETC. H. BARNETT'S, 18 S. MAINSTREET. ENTIKE STOCK WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE UNTIL DISPOSED OF. Sale of Dry Qoods, Etc., Daily at 2 p. m. Sale of Glothing, Etc., Daily at 7 p. m. G-EO. BOOKER, Auctioneer. L. 8. Deputs yfiaaral 8uiirvey RtE EItVOIR., CANAl.S and IRR.lATON WOR. A saBCIALTY. emetery Work. Presons daesring Heed stoem Monemente. Coping. Peat', eto., from Native oGmite. whiobh Is equal to the beet Amerlean or oreign praeodt, can procure wtmate.from the ugdaeelgaed. Wm. Harrison, Stone Merchant 818 farri.on AV.; Neoeme, Mont. WORtKS At MAAXNDAL1 MOJ tAA. Spokane Loan Office 1, heldmaa & Co., 1 louath Maie ostnl b.y and sell second band clothing te. These who have sohb for sld addires turn. DR. KING WILL BE AT Butte, with Hight & Fairfield, June 8-1. Dillon, at Mrs. L. Rapper's, June 1-.1. At Helena, with Steinmets, June 1I to July . HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED. A. O. Sandberg, gf TIST, (Late Msok & Sandbers.) U 1IL OffiRoe in Hale's Bloek. South Mal Street. Finest iold crowns, gold fllins,. gold bridges and aol other branches of modern dsntisetr. Ar tifioial teeth equal to the hbeat aadas cheap se the opest. Nitrous Oxide for pailes opeira tiones. Al.o dealer In Dental Supplies and a11 strnasets at eastern catalegue priOes. J. H. Boucher, Excavating of All RKids. Sewer and Water Pipes Laid. Jank Walls and Foundations aullt. GENERAL JOBBING OF ALL KINDS. Offlee-Lockey and Leiser Buildlag, Cor ner Jackson Street and Sixth Avenue. All bills payable when work is completed, nn less otherwise agreed. J ontana National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,000. Surplus and Profits, - $200,000. Dln.eeras C. A. BROADWATEB. - President L. Q.PHIELPS, - Vice-President It. L. McCULLO, - - Cashier A. L.BMHITH, - - Aest ashier A. G. Clarke. Ger.an Gans. H. Fl Galet, Peter Larson, U.. Csanon, IL U. Wallase. D. DA. Cory. C. B~ JACOEMIN&:: C Jewelers a-nd Silverrsmiths. Dealers in Diamonds, Watches, Clooks, Jewely and Silvetrware,' anoy Articles, Umbrellas, Canes, etc. PIANOS, Of the Sett kakes Qaly JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. asvaei, wek lsMeplviae~. 0 eed Werret only THE NEW FURNITURE STORE, I 10 BROADWAY, (WHITEHEAD'S OLD STAND.) G. H. TAYLOR & CO., Have put In a Full and Complete Line of i FvURNITUREI Consisting of Bedroom Suites, Parlor Suites, Center Tables, Stands, Folding Bede, Mattresses, Springs, Blankets, Fillows, 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. .umemberl Thel o4 ead ,el. I G. H. TAYLOR & CO. OutEttaas ttore, 115 UBlradwy. H. Secend National Bank OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, . $70,0006 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,0006 A General Banking Business Transacted. C. . Q DRTONi Bonar of Direeteres J. 3. .mnfoed. G. . Even. H. W. Child. J. Jones. .D.. Bpsat CkiL. Rovs George B ALuLha " irst National Bank 1 OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROF ITS, 700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. nterest Allowed on :;me Deposite. General Banking BSinee Transoetd. Safety Daposit Boee for Bona Directors, T. . HAUSER, * Presiden ,. W. KNIGHT, . . - shier. T. H. KLEINSGHMIDT - Amst. Cashir. (GEO. H. HILL, - 2d Aust. Ceuhien Granville Stuart. - Stoekgroowon lion. T. C. Power. . U. S. Senator. . C. Cunrtln. - Clarke, Contrad &A Curin IS . Hamhto - - - Capital.t 0. R. Allen. - Minlag sad Steckgrow Chas. K. Wells, - - Merhan. A. M. Holter. . A. M. Holter Hardware Co Assolate d BaaLks Northwestern National Bak. - Great Fall.. First National Bank. - . Missouls First National Bank. - . Butt. The American National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200.000 . C. POWER, -. . Prildema A. J. BELIGMAN. - Ties-Presi.de. A. C. JOHNSON. - . Cashier. ..O. F. COPS. - - Aesistat Cskhl.. Diretors, T. CPower. A.J. Sl. r A. C. Johnson. Richard ý kay. James BPSlivan. Intereet allowed on time deposite. Exchange issued on principal cities of the United States. Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by tel graph. Collections promptly attended to. City. county and state secunrities bought and sold. oxo. . HILnL WALTnr KYiO. HILL & KING Have a Sue lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale chleat In any quantity. Also sawed nd lit wood on hand. (rrders solicited. - Wright. agenit, room 1 B!a i=iieoo. Tel. ephone No. U. IL erchants National Bank Ole HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, . $350,000: Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L . H. NERINWED. - PridendL Beard o Dlreatersa Thomas Oree, M. Seads. S. b Huntley, A. K. l'reeott, A. J. Ujvldaonn, Mose Morire! S. A ar He.sbsll Irn tclas City, County and State Seoorlties bought and sold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of theo United 3tates and Europs. Transfer o mont mins by telerapt. Interest allowed on time deposits. OClleotieas romp.ly attended to. Boxe. for rent at reasonahie prices in one of the beet oonstrupoted fire and burglar proof esa dSposit valta in the countr. NO. 4400. J elena National Bank O1 HELENA,,MOMT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi. ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - - Presldent SHIRLEY C, ArHB, Vice-President. PRANK BAIRD. - Cashier. Interest allowed on time depoets. Exchangse issuaed on foreilgn countries. Transfer of moneo by toletph. First-clas -iltyy county, and stab securitie bought and sold ,olleotions promptly attended to. Board of Diretor.s John.lM nrh hirley C. Ashby, P. W. MeAdow, Prank Liird, Chu. K. Well., J. P. Wooima, EG. Maclay, W.E. Cuileo, Jno. S. Mendenhall. Abner 1i. Clement.. R. 8. Ford. A. A. MDonald. J. P. Porter. The Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Mcntana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. T"HOMAS C UBS, - President. PRANK II. CRUdEi, Vice-Presldentt WM. J. COOKE - Asst. Tres. and dec. WMJ.J. bWh NY. - Treasnrer. Trustees Thoms Cruse., Frank R. Crns. Win. J. Cooke. Wn. J. Sweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposite, compounced Jannary and July. Transacts a enera banklng bulsines. Draws. exchange on the principal cities of the United tates nd Europe. nd bonds, and makes fqealsia eounty and slay bonds an, mnhee I on real estate mortgagee. Office hour from 10 a in. to 4 p in. Also on Saturday and Monday evenings from I to u o'clock.