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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA, THURSDAY MOltNING, .JUNE 21. 1801
6AN5^KLEIN. THDAY the prcat Suburban^Handicap of the Coney Island^Jockey Club will be run at^Shcepshcad Hay, N. Y. Thelist of entries includes^Lamplighter. Dr. Rice. Clifford,^Sir Walter, Don Alonzo, Ban^^quet, Pessara, I'.assetlaw, Ajax.^Henry of Navarre, and other^well known flyers. The Sub^^urban is one of the most impor^^tant and popular events on the^Eastern turf, and has been wit^^nessed by 50,000 spectators. MAYHE you didn't buy a^Mackintosh yet, but enough^people did to temporarily exhaust^our stock. For you who waited^there's a fresh lot -just a little^newer than the others, of course.^The prices are from $4.50 to $15,^but the one we show at $10 is^the winner. There'sno excuse for your be^^ing without a Spring Overcoat.^Styles were never so attractive,^workmanship never so good^^and price never so low as now.^$7.50, $12, $15, $18. Fivehundred pairs of Trous^^ers- all spring styles and newest^cut^take a price drop of one-^third. I'sed to be $6, now $4.^Used to. be $9, now $6. Used^to be $12, now $8^and every^pair was really worth the original^price. Hoys'Combination Suits with^extra pair of pants, that usually^sell for $5, are $3 here. Don't^forget that price $3. Thewearer of the Jaeger San^^itary Wool Underwear is in line^with the most advanced hygienic^laws. It is as tine as such^goods can be made, and protects^the wearer absolutely against^taking cold. Noneed to tell you anything^of the style and the quality of the^Knox Hats- may be need to tell^you that we have the complete^line in stock. Seethat window full of Hosiery^- 2 pairs 25c. Come in and ex^^amine the quality you'll buy. TheSpring Suits in the corner^window are not the spring suits^we advertised a week ago ^^they're gone. These are new^^in material and style -many of^them exclusive novelties. $7.50^to $25. ^w ^w/wwvVvftVf GANS^^KLEIN. HEKILLED A MONTANA! And His Money Was Sufficient to^Secure His Acquittal In^Tennessee. Turptn,tun Murderer of Win M^Carter or Miles Olty, It^Acquitted. Th* N*wepaper Ifhm III* Crime W*a I11 ill in 11 Iril ^'|i. 11 , !^^^^^^^^* (ha MUt-iirrUf of Juliet, KrarrbodT^^ Mllee Cltf end vu'iniir.^asd auaur in Helta* **d olh*t parle of th*^at*.*, will rami I Will i.r.i 11. Carle-, alio^had for hiiiImi jeare bi*o a reetdenl of^^h* eaeUra patt of Monlaoa and nun-^mrrtr tBMCtd In eloek raieing. H* wte a^^ultra of Tooneeaee, and eoruethtog orer^1 w^ iNti ago rtln ned to bnuintr cuonlr^in that elate to Tlail hie faiuile. Whila^th^r*^ h* tuon Kebroerr 16, 1ehot and^killed by K. H. Tnrpia, * wtaltbj eitizan of^Gallatin, 'l*nii. Acoordlni to lh* uirrwn'^parlienlsre of lb* lre^e^ir at known here th*^killing wat an nproreked and o^w^r l.r^affair. I orpin, It U aald, for iota* reaeon^not *ipl*ln*d In 111* aoooanta of lb* ehoot-^ln^i, hal banted down and threaten*! Car-^tar for eereuleen T*ara, and bad bean heard^to declare that he would |Iti a Ibonaand^dollar* for a ehot at Carter, and jaat ho-^fore the eboollag hid aaid that the latter^would aever ees Montana again. Xnrptn^had two pUtolt in hia pocket when hs ran^aoroat Carter, and immediately opened^Are. Carter, after being ehot twice, alerted^to mn, holding np hie bande to ahow that^he waa anarmed, when 1 orpin fired a third^ehot Into the fleeing man'* btok. A jury^at tke plere of the tragedy foen l Tnrpln^gnilty of murder lu th* flret degree. Hie^liieadt Immediately began effort* for a^new trial, and afte- a long etrnggle aao-^oeeded, alto getting a change of venae to^Lebanon, Wilton c niuir, where be eeoartd^ball. Two weekt ego the marJerer wet^aeqn'.tud. Speaking of th a event the^Tenneaeeetn, 1 nl Imbed at Uallatla. Hnm-^ner eoanty, lu itt Iteoe of Jane lti, eaye: AtLebanon latt weak K. IS. I orpin wa*^aninitted of the murder of William M.^Carter, which took place In tble 0 ly on^Feb. 1C Mai and which ettraoted wide-^epread interett on account of the nature of^the cn.e. The retdict wt* a en prite to the^general public^In ftot, it wat a en prltt to^everybody eioept to thoee who knew how^th* thing wie done. Nothing turpattee the^ontrege of tble acqaittal^not even the^tavags murder itaslf. It waa a vile, oorrapt^ead ebaeaeleee job, and etampe a diegraoe^upon the fair brow of our neighbor coonty^of Wilton. Duringtht frill It wat eooiiaon talk^uton tht ttreete of Libanon that the ye:-^diet wae 'fixed' and that the muiderer^woeld b* acquitted. The matter, luni die-^ooeeed, went fnrtbet than the jury, and lb e^talk oam* from tb* beat citizen* of Le^^banon. They we e bold In their declara^^tion*, avowing that Tn pia'e raouev h*d^found a way tor hi* **qnitlel of a foul and^h*arll*a* murder. Tbeee good eiliient be^^gin their tpologlee even before the trial^wae over, denouncing in the bitleretl termt^ell who were partite to Iba outrage which^wet to be eoneutsmated in th* acquittal of^murderer I orpin. The *e*nd*l attach** to^mora tnan on* of high aiation^it wrap* In^a eloak of Infamy the temple of juttiot^^that beautiful etrootn e that ought to b* an^ornament to Lebanon, and ulao * it* la^^in inl upon an anicropulout ttt who pro^oared a vllltin't liberty. Wilioncounty muet entire Ik* ih*m* of^Ihie outrage. We naked h*r for juttio* *ud^abe g*v* u* a blow. Ws ink* I h*r to tak*^Ihit man Turpln, and, aoeeraling to e^id-^enca ^ud the law, dral fai ly and juatly^with turn, hue tried him according to the^^ 1 of hit poeketbook, turning loon* a^man. who, in cold blood, had shot down a^petoab.e and otleudiug on na of oar^conaty. thetimet are oat of joint, when, in the^thadaw of tht great law aohool, ensb ^^murderer at 1 urpiu oau etenpe a oonvlo-^tior, 'There le eometbing rotten in the^Hate of Denmark.' And if tble condition^matt 1 reveil, lawt and court houne nre of^no further uee^Itiey only e*rva at eu lu-^trioate deviee tbrougb which wealth^^offender* may etotpe punithmeut and go^ouwhipped of jueiioe. Weehalluoi review the evidence of that^horrible erne. Onr lendere are already^familiar with it. A Sumnor county jnry of^houeot, decent men, before a high-toued,^bouorabl* judge, retr.rn ^ I a vardiol of'^murder in the flrat deg *a igainit thit man I^Turpin. Two jnJgee refuted hun bail, bat^on * cbeage of venue be went befo a Jadgo^Cantrell at Lebauon, atked for bail and got I^11. After tbat bit wtv wat clear, hia liberty^wae astnrtd. With a ftw faroae, under lha^gnite of trials, batbt.l in the eooihiag |^inilee of a generont jadg* nnd to tb*^yielJlug ear of a well-f*d jeij. the verdict^of 'not gnilti' cam* to briuUten th* bop**^of thoee who f*vor*d it with a beautiful^eapidy of etlver doliere. Carterwat between llo nnd 40 yeare of^age and unmarried. He wae an eitanaive^atockruaer and made bit btadqaaitere at^klilte City. Thelee Hire uflnre row* colored paraenla,^eligtilly lUmatixii. worth |LU to ^.; regular, at^the numiual pnoo of ttm fur eboio*. CHEATBOITIIII JtAILWAY. Th*Mill AttrecMve Ifont* for Tr*v*l*ra^for the hummer ^**a*n.^The maguineent, ezolntively pattenger^tlttl tteeinehip, North Weet, mnuiug la^connect a with the Urett Northern rail^^way, will tlart from Dulutu *very fruity^at fonr p. nr., for Saul! hie. Muri*, Detroit.^Cleveland and lloflalo, affording tonriale^tad Iraealiri a cha ming trip over tb*^Great Lake*, id ^ floating pelac*. which le^acknowledged to be * marvel of mariue^architecture. Her length It Ml feel, ^nj^width forty-foor f**l, tb* *t*t*ioom, dining^room, teloona end emokinu loom are ^n^perbly appointed. Tbere are aleo !.'^^ flret*^claee cabiua fitted up with .very known con^^venience fur tomfo t. iter motive power^cooeiata of two quadruple eipaneioi *n-^glnee, 7.000 borau toatr. T bere are dla-^iribnted throughout lb* chip l,oOU incen-^uaaceet lamp*, MO more then are n**d on^to* Atlantio lio*r ^Campania,*' nnd *h*^came* a eearch light of 00.000 eandle^power. la.eeoge e leaving iUlena Wednesday!^on lha Atlanilo Lipree*. *t 1J p. ru ,^reach Dulutb in nruple lime to utuke tb*^tranafer lo tbe ateamahip. Kor1 alee, diegraua, b* the. nnd all in^^formation, k,.plv at tb* Ureal Northern^ticket offloe, No. I! North Main etraet. CW. Pirra. WmHahdeb,City T iekel Agent. Uaa'iAgent. i^ li-*' drop-etilnh hale ho*^. only ^'! rente.^( hi.ilren a bo*e 10 wnta *nd up. at liutclier V^Lrauley'e. Highest of all in Leavening rower.^Latest U. S. Gov't Report BakingPowder ABSOLUTELYPURE HTHUM*ABOUT TO If A. HiAlorelui eeliool holde It* eloalog *x*^^^olaee T'hnredav, Jnne -T. aBJ 8*. Viuocni't^tcnd*my a*tt Thortday. Jen* M. 1'b*Kpworlb league of the Uia^d Street^llethodlet 1 lecopal cbuich will give a^atrawbwrry end ioe oraaui eoaial tbie^evening. Kvatybody I* invited. Thereeldeate of Lenoi n e again ander-^going ^ reign of terror over the eowi and^horaee ruunmg etla ga in tbet vlataily end^ruiuiug fine lawnt, *ud tht pollee have^been epi ealed to. 1he ledlee of the Congregational church^will aerve *ira*henee, ice eream and cake^at the atore formerly occupied by tke J. t.^Hiokerde coiupaay, on Minn ntrvat, Una^afteinoon from five o'elook uutil after tht^entertaiumont at the ojere honer. All era^turned to call. CL1. Nfrtl ^tCo. a a making eitenelva^lmpiov*m*u(* m then eoap faetuty. Th*r^are adding auothe etory to tbe factory and^huil ling their aaap kettlet up eo *a to^nearly double tti*lr ca.aeily. Mr. ferry^expaote to mn the feotory for a half a day^July 4 for pablio iael notion. Noticeof location have been filed with^Ibe connty olelk ae folloWt: Mary Hell^lode, Kiel Fork Dkelly geloa, by T. K.^Crateher and otberi; ('nek Bed placer, lbU^toret, by Kiank Johuaon and othtra; loriy^acree place and water right on 'Lout^creek, by H. L. Bailer and M. A. Batler. Thenttorneye for Hobirl A. Yield, tbe^Livi^geton marderer. have applied tuOov.^Hiokerde lo grant tb* condemned man a^rrepite of thirty or eixty daye. The gov.^ernor baa not made np bit mind a* 10 %^aat^action b* will take. I oleee he deleyt tht^time of eitcatlou Kieldt will be hanged to-^uoriow. On8atorJay nigbt Charlev Dillon and^Jamee Twno d will bav* 1160-yard fool-^raoe for (10U n eide. Tbu atart will be^made on Helena avenue, near tbe 'laraer^hell. Doo French end Harry Winter* will^t^. jodgea for laiford. and Mike Kulkern^aau Dano MoDonalJ for Dilioa. The^referee hat not ytt bet n teleeted. Both^men bav* the reputation of twlng good^aprinlert. and tn exolling raoa ie looked^for. Aearptnttr utmed Boiler living on^Biatdway took hit rifle ot Monday and^tlarUd for the tooihllli. aaying ka^wonld be back In two or thrte hoon. At^he had net remruej j**t*rd*y morning bit^wile became alarinad and a eenrch party of^friende wa* organized to look for him. On^their way out they met a man to whom^Batler bad eeld he wa* going to vidt an^acquaintance in MoCieilaad nnloh and^would not be baek for a day or eu. The^ita'th party retaraed to tbe eity and re^^lieved Ibe anxiety of tbe wife. Inthe entertainment nt tbe anditorioei^latt night given by Joeef Mueller tu*^hherp'e oroheatra and Millet A/.e Mlllt^anJ Jennie Hepuet. who eppeareJ under^eagauaaiant with the m*n*gem^nt, ao-^qoilted themeelv** credlUblr, and wei*^r*ptat*dlr tnoor*d. Prof, Mueller, who^hed entire charge ot tb* effklr, gav* eom*^eb*ract*r tk*toh** and long* in Gsrman,^which wer* anjoyed and *ppr*eiated fady^by tbote who nnderatood tue language of^the fatherland. After fie entertainment^be gave a ball for thoee who wiehed to ie-^ma in. Ev*ry*n*lavlUel^To otll and tee a oompltlt Mae of ehiaa^gltnwir*. lampa, n verware, ato.^Frloee to anil every parte.^B*al goodl. lowtit prion. F.J. Kowauus. S Perk Atanae. UraadI'rlie Calleo Ball.^The Happy Hour Soolal elnb have made^errangemeute to give a g nn.i p-izt ealieo^ball it 1 ectrle ball I oeaJav. Jane .V^Ihe committee extende n cordial Invilalion^to tbe pnblio 10 attenl thin, tht flret ^ nnd^t rue calico ball of tbe eeaeon. Improper^oha acttrt potitively exelnded. Tbe Lett^mntie in tbe city will be fa^aiehed end^with a combined ttttndanoe named a gen^^eral good time ean ha n unci paled. Admit^^tance, cent and ladle* $1. a^ ^ 1 ^ PERSONAL. ColinHunter ii op from Milet City. Wm.Morrit, of Virginia City, it in town. WalterBean, of Denver, it rtgietered et^Ihe Grand Central. Li*ntU. B. Morrit, of Fort Attlnlboine,^11 a guett et The Helena. AnthonyUarrity, matter mechanic of^tke Northern I'aoluo railroad, ii aver from^Miieoole, and ie etoppiag et The Helena. Hon.1 hoi. Crute, who went to Califo -^uln eeveral niootbe ago for tb* benefit of^hn htaltb. It *ip*^t*d bom* tbo latter p*it^of thit month. Ht ie greatly improved,^and while not eo atrona ae formerly Mr.^0 uae it la better he.HQ thai for eevtrtl^ye*. 1. CharleeW. Beyde. of Wicket; C. J. Dal-^phy, of Monarob; J. P. Catching, of Bear-^moutb; Janice Oeborn, of Muionla; L. t-.^ltoblnion, of Townaind; Tom Morgan, of^Ptnobicot; Jamee Al en, of \\ hlie Holpbur^Mpringi, end Kirbard Anning. of G eal^F^ll^, are among the ont of town .eople^regiittred it tht Orind Centrtl. (ha^ W r^eyda. WlokM^1' J K . 1 rpokane^C J Irelphy, slunarch^II r O'Neill. 1 ulle^Waiter bean, lien tar^K ait:.-arl*^, I oiilil*r^N ii lahea. I'earmotith^JatfjaLorn. atiaeoula^Ja* 1 eering. tail atn^I liy JaaJuhb. I nwnexnd^I bee Unwell. Iiiamarck^Julio* 1.rill, Miaaon a^H J r ehrrinar. Ikhorn^Jaa Allan, wakte bin-^phur cpringa lienryAnning. bt I aul ItII Wear. Mary.ulln^I' Wiiu'iueith Jr. Cireat^laUt \\k Mol ormiek. Bpo-^kaue J f ^ alchltur, ilear- moolh\^in l.alierty. tlieannla^In Kail/. 5elt lake lltr.^L e^ 1 obiaaon, Toern-^ai-od loinMorgan, Penob- erot llichard/ Doing. Great^laU* I! ' . bimonliartman, Chl-^regu I'auaHunter Ui!e*rity^C I' kluiin. 1 oatiiii^l.ugenn I. Li/iuckr, r*w York^Ii 1 1 ak.r, Reetaej^llm hlckandnct,M'ye Title Win Horrie. Virginia^I ily I!W Hrigham.llarlfurd.^^ tun WmW Wicbee, I rook- fm J11 r-\ (ire* ralle 0K Taach. I . r. ,-^K J tieaaen fct I'enl 1H b rraer and wife,^Ht I aul l.iautII II Moore. Fort Aaelnnilxiiu* Hfl r u.rctf, kioor* Ialand. Ml n^I L I an.mere, Uulllth^Alaa in ntttooe. hue-^ton 'lbepriofr. Chicago^.1 H l'aiier-i,n. boat on^W U Ihunga, Kaaaaa oft Aharriij. Ui.aon a Wm,^, Wlla .n.^Toar father ie at 7.'7 Breokenridgi ttrttl,^Heleno. end wlthtt to tie you et onoe. Any^Information of inv eon will !^^ Ibankfnlly^iteelved.Pekhy T. Wnaox. Mmutuarytu Indit.^Helena, Mont., Jane l'.l, H'.tl. Anine yard pattern uf hne utaan in liant an t^dark arounda can b* bougbl lur ^1. Ii tab. weak^at lb* 1 .. Hi**. TheVtMM faclfln^It tb* iboit Ilia to Ltwltton. Mlim e' Ii,.^light. Alltntto and Hoatb I'aai gold flelde.^Hay yoartitkett via Itoek IpfetUM tl Haw^Hot, from whloh point yon enn go by a^firtl-olati etag* line to Lewnton, reaching^the minet tht tame day. erlnrlleil lb* ^ urn flrtla* Widow. Dr.nykb,Jau* X.^M. J. Kulliven, ^ rail-^road man. wai *rretted lait nUbt on tht^chirgt of twlndlinv Mn. Klla V. Tarner.^e widow, ont of f I.Hff). Hulltvan met her^in Hoiton, 11. in. it ner to go week with^him in I at S icrinieulo deeerte 1 h*-. Hul-^lirau had |1,100 eewed In hli coat *l*^ve.^1.. a ^) 1. j^a lie'Uhtrul Trip. ViaHalt Lake end Denver In Chicago and^Iheeatt. A dip lu Ibi great tall lake or a^fewi day't vim at Mtnltou Hprlaae, eM-^oaied el the foot of l'ikae i'tak, cannot be^mnaled an Ibi* ooatlacat. Ioilman dlnlag oer root*. For rate*,^^I*., can at Ibe Unlaa P*clflo ofllce, No. 3d^North Mam atreek Heltn*. h.o. Wnmm, I'aeiengerAgent, Rranirbloa ( o. (lrd*r*IP ^ 1 an. - He*the aurnmar dreea gaatte Una week et the^He* lilt* for It* Thty naneiai uf araaudie..^piqiw. rhuiama). i*|rh^r ginaliaina and oibar^nnairahla inu la. Kv. ry ar 1. le ineuticued la a^bargain. JiAKK11 KIli.lHIU. Alraalylb* Helena (ollaeihin Aineuala^t* Mere Tnaa Mall Dial .Maay.^MiaaeeJoliaCnrtln and Purl Hart-rand^KinarlHa da.-, who Interacted 1'iemaelree In oolUcllug*l*mp* for Molllo u .n lereo3, the^little cripple of Mandan. N. D , deilre lo^acknowledge the leceipt of a eol eoliou of^ill i'JO cance'ed itami* from Ml*t Llda^bhaw. and alio 1.0J0 from II. and H. Ad-^^ mt. I baae onnlriballon* bring their total^uptoootlSS. Ui* roneignmnnt of 10 0J0^hae been ahipped r.nd the real of the collec^^tion will l^e aeut on tbia wa*k. Th* yoaag^ludiea wieh to expraea their iincere Ibanke^lor the ban.lion., oonlribulioni made by^Mlai I hew end B. and it Ad una. ae well ae^lo all othvie who have aaaittcd lliem.^HUioi* may he lell In eny of Ibe box e *l^dlff^rent plaoee for tbeir reception or eenl^to either of the vnaiie' ladlea named above. KNOWLEDGE Brinpsconifnrt and improvpmcnt nnd^iMaak to pMHMal enjiiyment when^rightly ^*'^'^ The many, wlio live bet^^tor than ntheraanil enjoy lift more, with^lees ex|it^ii(liture, l^y more promptly^adapt in.' the world's bent product* to^the needs of physical beinj:, will attest^Ihe value to With of tbe pure liquid^laxative principles embraced in tho^remedy, Svrup of Fifpt. It*excellence is due to iU presenting^in the form most acceptable and pleas^^ant to the taste, the refreshinp anil truly^iienelii ial proper tie* of n }^^rfect lax^^ative; erliM tually cleansinp the system,^dUpelllnC colds, headaches and levers^ai.'1 |m'i-iiiaiiently curing ennstipation.^It has given satisfaction to ^illioMAM^met with the approval of the medii al^prortMlrrtl. hwitWin it acts on the Kid^^neys, Liver and BtMPth without weak-^eninp them and it is perfectly free from^every objectionable substance. Syrupof Figs is for sale by all drug^^gists in 50 cent bottles, but it is man-^ufai'tined by the Oalifomia Fig Syrup^Co. only, whose name is printed on every^package, also the name, Syrup of Fig^,^and being well informed, you will not^tccept any substitute if ofJercd. ARRIVED* Mre.Dr J. Ca'.dcr and Mra. C. X. Newton^will give Physcal Materializing Seance Tueday and Thursday ev^oia^a at S:t0 Alao^private aittiiure dailr AH tboee wiahiiu to ae*^tbe medtuina will call early. Ne.lis (Hilar Ht, (oraar Warren. COSMOPOLITANBE RKOl'ENKD.REK1TTED. Halts $1.26 ami 81.50. ii.C Et'boabd, PnoruirroR. SouthMain It rent. Helena. Mont Electrle eart^from the depot paai the door. I WTTlfl' CASH^M 5 107BROADWAY. THEY'LLWASH. ppreJ^ |)iniis 15cYARD. ASTRONG POINT: Look at the^smallness of the) prtca^that's one^ol the strong points of these sight^^ly 30-inch wide summer labriM,^each yard ol which Is honestly^worth 25 cents. INFANTS'EMBROIDERED MuslinCaps Worthlrom $1 to $1.50, FOR35c. itT*No romiPfol on thin II a* U nrM-MMr EveryLady in Helena WILLWANT ONR OF Ol'Il NUW TIIIHIH VOUI OITOHTtNITY: $1.75Quality for$!^*3 2.50Quality for 1.75 2.75Quality for 2.00 2.95Quality for 2.25 Tlu'shoei Wt sell are the best to be had; they^em't m.iki- 'em any better. We have hunted^out the makers whose (roods are thoroughly^reliable, and no matter whut price you pay here,^ihere will always be that feeling of confidence,^and the knowledge that you have received full^value for the outlay. SOMESPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK. LadiesKxtra Grade Tan Oxfords, new summer novel^^ties, from $3.50 and $4 to Ladies'Fine Vici Kid Oxfords, new narrow square^toes, hand sewed, turn soles, for this week $3.00$2.00 Ladies'Extra Grade Canvas Oxfords, the kind^fit and wear best, in gray, white and tan co mlthat M 1 N\ NewSummer Novelties in Gentlemen's Tan Shoea, $2.75.$3.00, $4.00, $5.00. $7.00 PRE!)GAMER THE SHOEMAN EXTRAVAGANCE -e MayHe in paying too much for a thing, or in pay^^ing too little. Ifyou buy groceries for less than we ask, you'll^not get as good quality that's poor economy. Ifyou pay more, you pay too much, because wc^sell the best there is. Park^ Tilford's tine table wines and liquors for^family trade always in stock. BACH,CORY ^ CO. GROCERSRETAIL DEPARTMENT, ;Tklkimione 35. SETTLED Thatwe offer you the best goods for^the prices in the city. CLARKECURTIN i L GalvanizedPoultry Nattinrj, WindowScreens and Screen Wire ot all kindsand aizas.^Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers,^Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers,^Hose Nozzles, Sprinklers and Reels. STOVESAND RANGES. MailOrders Solicited and Promptly Filled.^Telephone No. 90. A.Q. CLARKE.^JNO C. CURTIN. I42-44 SOUTH MAIN STREET Incutting Sapphires we put^more brilliancy in them by our^style of cutting than other lapi^^daries, so much so that it pays to^send them to us in spite of the^extra time it takes. Besides we^never cut any stones that are not^fairly clear and in this way save^our clients throwing money away^on useless stones. D.k Sola Mendes 16 Co, CUTTERSOF DIAMONDS^AND PRECIOUS STONES^AND MANUFACTURERS^OF DIAMOND JEWELRY. ri-5:i i^AIOBN lam:.^NEW YORK. Wear* mill l'ur*ra of I arge. Hound ead^Fairly User Konnk Stiiphire* C,B. LEBKICHER HeraldBuilding. Whenyou want a vary nice Blank^Book, tall and get eaUmatas. RULING TO ORDER. General BOOKBINDING. CLARENCEJ. JOHNSON, Architectand Superintendent 1Ml'OWKil DUIUUNO. -THE- AMERICANBREWING C0.'S -CELEBRATED A.B. C. Bottled Beers Bottledat the home brewery, in^St. Louis. a.K. C. Pale Export, per caseof 2 dozen quarts. .$ 3.50^A. B. C. Pale Export, per barrelof 6doz quarts. .9.75^A. ii. C. Bohemian, per caseof 2 dozen quarts.4.00^A. B. C. Bohemian, per barrelof 6 doz quarts..11.25 Oppenheimer^ Asch rOl.S* ^ ^ F n 1 - lotsol 1 11 M*IN IT., UKLEN*.MONT. J.L. SMITH Ffcigtitand Transfer Line HELENA,MONT. Allklndi of march*!^^].^^ m l other fr^*igh'c^iMlndiutf nrm |^ru**t^Ujr 'uat*if i from lha^ritruM. 0r4*M* will r*o^iv* i^rwni^l ittAniton.^11 mem M J. PtldUfft btora tod ml U^ lUpnt. JAMESTWl FORD ^ ^ ^ MAKK8 ^ ^ ^ a Tents.Hydraulic Hose, Awninjs, ORESACKS, auJ^*!!* Babti*r U**il* ^*^! ailekei*.