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WOULD Not knowingly swallow poison. When you drink poor whiskey you poison blood, body and brain. Besides this you don't enjoy the drink. Buy good whiskey there's comfort, health and en joyment in it. If overworked, worried or run down, you need a warming, soothing tonic. Noth ing like good whiskey. It aids digestion, makes flesh, and pleas antly invigorates the system. Good whiskey does this, mind you. Poor whiskey irritates the stomach, inflames the tissues and poisons the blood. You can't afford to run risks. Get the hiAt-it 1nave Down in Nelson county, Ken tucky, among the hills, and where the cool springs of limestone water burst from beneath the sugar maples, are dozens of dis tilleries, nearly all of them cele brated. Indeed, this is the head quarters for the finest whiskey on earth. From the bonded warehouses attached to these dis tilleries shipments are daily made to all parts of the civilized world. The miner of the west, the millionaire of the east, the farmer of the north, the planter of the south, the educated people of the South American countries and of the Sandwich Islands, the gentry, nobles and princes of Europe, all look to this charmed spot for a regular supply of their favorite beverage. Among the brands of whiskeys made at these distilleries, the ,Old Continental" stands out conspicuous. Famous for, lo! these many years, its rep utation grows brighter all the time. It is a whiskey of pecul iarly fine flavor, rich, fragrant, and never offered for sale until it is fully ripened by age. Having been appointed agents for this city, a full stock of the "Old Continental" will be kept on hand at all times. Don't fall to sample it, and our word for it you'll agree that you never tasted such whiskey before, and further that no other whiskey should be kept at home for family and medicinal purposes. Spring 1890, Old Continental, per gallon.................$3.00 Spring 1889, Old Continental, per gallon................ 3.60 Spring 1888, Old Continental, per gallon ............... 00 Spring 1887, Old Continental, per gallon .................... 4 5C Spring 1886, Old Continental, per gallon ................. .00 California Wine House. AUGUST F'ACK, Proprietor. Telephone No. 29& 46 S. Main St NEW YORK-IG3 Sixth Av, H~ELENA--tixth . and MulnL You know in a general way hat we s.ll goods cheap-but ou may not know how many inds of goods we cut prices on. (cre's two lines that we sell roin every day- and yet thou ands of people don't know that ye keep the goods. For the owner of a buggy, the veryman and the coachman: unbleached carriage sponges, per ounce ............... Sc .arge chanoisn skins ........ 4oc larness oil, pints ..........25 'olgate's harness soap, b ... 15 All steel Velocipedes for the nys, three sizes--$2.25, $,.5o nd $2.75. Steel Express Wagons, 5 sizes i, $1.5o, $2v $225, $1.50, $3. TO NAME THE WINNERS, The Demooratio County Convention Will oset at the Auditorium To.day. Is Will Put Up a County Ticket and Mesn for the LegiL lature. Delgates to he SI Ota (Ce emati.e Will Also oie Ileeted-Let ef the Delegatee. Thu demooratle eouat onaveatiol will meet at th sauditorium to-dsy at noon. 11 will sleot delegates to the state convern tlon, name a lolislative ticket, end eomi nate eemdldates for the vorlots eouat1 offees. The delegates from Heless sal from the outside preolneto s far as rse IOurT WARD. Delegatel. Altwrnatoe. Joe. K. Tuolo. David Koesma, A. T. Koldrnp. Jae. IL Trarre, lien Hallord. John Fre., A. U. Clarke, Jr., John Craig, E. C. Ferret, Meth Uliwden, Chbs. Gableeb. Terreouo O'eIselL Yoalau ngrau. Jaeob PoeI, O. 11. 'oton. r goit Hines, tobt. H. Harwood. F ank Atkins J. M. Ulemeneo. Joe. O'Neill. AWOOND WARD. Dolesatae. Alternates. aery Be *erd, JoJ Cookelly. William Blues. J. E. Allen, Mati Carroll, Mike Itlall, ieo. Ptonlager, Johb Qalrk. Wma. Will, llod rd Haner. E. 1. Flabaly., W. F. Baskets, I Oo, Mebri, Dan MeArthlr, D. F. MoeI by, Dr. W. L. Beool, John Koonta, U. A. loekwoell, J. J. McCartby. Walter Wells T7IRD WARD. Delealtes. Allterares Martin MaIl.nls, A. W. Lymn., IH. Howell. W. B. MolTyleon, James BlLas. B.. C. Boom, J. P. eHobmld, Lewis Pawell, Bam Aleozedor, P. H. S·us, Mike Burss. W. D. Wear, . H. Ms atyr, J. M. Pelrnas, L. J. Walsh, Harry Labe, W. M. . oetles, J. W. Beekett A. J. ols**e, .L A. Lake. 0oo0l5 WARD. DolmlOea Alersatea . Albt L Lob, A. J. Davldes, 0. a. Swlth, Laeoeld Marks, 0. 8. Dillon. . N. Breadeas4 J.n Derrnlas, k. L ZImmerma, F. W. KsRhal. Harry COeno, Baruard Brows, A. H. Nolse.. L. tloinbresaw, Herm.n Toass i. Q Bselor,, 0. C. Dellas, Johb Mltoa.l, R. F. Wilkisolu , Joseph Hoops. W. M. O'COaell. 1ass WARD. Iarn Word, H M.eald, . B. Norla, D. D. O'Coamell, 0O P. .e.s, Masm MoMmarai. p, P. Sohel . IL . IM t bYp. W. & COss Not Peessaek Jerry Collin, J. Raerty, 0. T. Perry, L I. ToNass, M. M. Do sogbs H. Glosses . J. K.mb.. .P. .P easot. 011ra WARD. Delegate.. Alterasles. W. V. Utewa, P. F. La.s.s, Des Daopeort, W0.. Boasstn Wm. Casa., A. A. Aver. Jobl Brady, T. D. oleoAld. W. F. Haber,. Wm. Daseea, Daniel Haenlet, A. J. Hille, Jam"e MeOill H.C. elt. Wa. flokoy, C. a. Bowser, Ib'he. CoiIon. Chris. WalL D. J. MeNaily. J.J. r Delgalen . Aldermales. J. 8. M. NeIIL M. J. R., Dave Marks. T. J. David.s, Joe. OCllakas, P. W. Ialghoeras J. W. Wads N. O. Vadllan1, FlalIe MealH., F. E. Hose, Jasob Fielber, E. W. Koifht, Jr., C. Bt. Maiy, J. . W. Clark, John ksher, Ale. MeOosell, Wa. Taylor,. Nisy Seholtle . Wonmeladoef. . H. . eek. IIAYI5 LLn, Delesete. Altlemrno. D. IL Peeler. De Dvise, G(orge Conrad, L A. MendrIek., M. D. Bee, J. J. Davie, P. B. Dillo. John Areoy. W. B. Murray. 0eotre Balkemball, I' om Farrell, W. C. Mahsrln, E. H. MuDoaild, H. H. Potinlg, J. N. alistoe, P. H. Bbhaneo. Tim Shy. Charles Jo.,. John Edawon. F. M. Coitinsa Peter Hessls. ('. E. Dadlsr, J. C. Sullivan. C. (. Poabody, M. D. Murphy, J. K. Bramble, J. P. Doun. Etgeae Bellivem, Mall Dorrlty. W. H. Moralthoad. BA1T HELINA. Delel es. Alternatee. J. P. MeCab, Jads* Kirby, W. W. Norton. O(h. Peels. W. O. iatohlnsoa, lease Wolf, iH. J. Flavin. Con Welbh, H. h. Ldolpb, James 0 aeg. S. T. Ram,:'. H. H. Clark, Tom Crystl,. . Jaeobo James Lindell, N. H. Donaldson. Geo. Wallaeo. L. Bramble W. B. Bramble, J. Kane. UNIONVILLE. DoI.egalt. AlteroateO Phil Censlane*, James McOarvey, Dave Malntosh. Jacob Hea,. Angus Ilnackshaw, John MaoVy. James Judas. E. It. MeOray. Ben Heokel. G. W. ELkemeyer. Delegates. Alternates. J. Bruce himpeon. W. IL Conner, C. II. Fortman, O. 1'. Connully. Wi. Muth. Ernst Kranlob. HI. H. Flod-.Jones, J. I'. orter, ti. R. Davis, K. T. Kepner. RIWIMI. 1)elerates. Altenates. James H. Muorphy, John Moyer. Jobhn F. Wiron. J. J. Heannesy, um. H. Hartman, 8lu'. Daly. Jr. I.OODIJWNII. l)c leiale. Atermaleas Jelt h)uncao, It. W. Iieucan. eub M1unroe. Mark Munroe, LE Crawfo d. IDel Hlubbard, 1511'IIL Ul.egeatr IL Torn ('allen, Loons Collins. James Keller, VAI.IEY. Deleaateal. Alternates. N. 11, IIuueL~il, Ed Jones, Donald lsirehl.r 1, I. L Crala , d~umbJ. 1tugsu. Ii. MoNual. lbrlegetes. Alternialee. N'. N.ltaaer. E. V. Crlter. J. W. Conuor, Joe Forman. MITCHELL'Sl. IDsleg'ite. lt. F. WIlleIOno. Mourli Or N4tHO.14 I)elegake. Ateornate. Chandler l'utter, r. It. Niell.. IIItII'UA I.. Dielegate. Alternate. Jobs Irwin. Jim.. Delaney. BUTfl 3M Delegate. Altenatae. Hash Llo0lott . It Tobin.. bpeIal Paral, SI.. If Cvereaip For enterlalunmene or fams-male san be at. ranged for on remeeneble berms by airpiy mau at the uoffi of the Helena tapid TrasatI railroad, L. L. buidlugg. hllth aean.. Advertlesng Ipaoe In elma Ual s for ront BIRTHDAY I3UIRPRISE. On the OSecgeo of Aetber Itrew. Aoemb ong the Age of 14. A ple aree l oprles was mives at the bone of Arthur DBrown, .hI Boulder awe mas, by hil patents Is boao of his flo teeoh b hthday. Theoe Invited wars Ulseos Larls Flsh, ledi. Goodman. EfI Johsbna, adle Merrt. Aannl Olbson. Badle Lamey. (luo Piies, MInnie Msllory, Ella NIppe., Ada. Le,. han I $wa., Ai.e. vlnm. Usac. Flrn, E.vala Frean.i Mar d lBoll Molgomet aend asyi sitellrls Leaoste Fred Gauer, Walter Gmer., Lees Kine.a Willll Othbr*, Walear Uoodmae. Arthur Montgomery, iLater HIwn, Willll Slogel mad ebther. Naumrous ameas on the Iawa were Indulged la; them all wel nerved at a well spread thlle, mad the repasl was eojorod br all. Arthur was the*.. elplHat of a number of presente. Boelal amses and pastimes were beartily played. mad the part y broke up at a late hour. all eapresslng themselves as having bad a d lightfal time. apeoial Atllesiee. head your orders for all the stater sheel muls to thb Helema MuseI Ihose. foot ol I Broadway. If In the eily esll. Tbhe have l *eoluilve hbadliag of MeMaster' noes method for guitar. A. I. INnma. Manager. JOTTIN.t8 ABOUT TOWN. The demooratie county coveontlon mueii at the suditourlm to-lay at 12 m.. Is4stad of at E settle ball, as was irst aonounsd. Mrs. Maloney, who took carboli sald Haturday nighJ , Was removed yesterday to the residence of a prominent citizen. where she will receive earful attention. iase was somewhat better last night sad will. nu doubt. resover. The Masoue of Helena will give a roep. tiLo to vielting members of that order at the ,oadrwater to-ulahL. 'Ibre are a un. ber of Masoes and visitins ladles of the Or der of the Eastern .rt.r in the oity. aid s i.ir ataendalnee sad enjoyable evenag Is aetieipated. Mey. Dr. T'he. Cooper, the dilotngliehed Emalieh clergyman who is visitiLng elena, will deliver a leetrer on Hamlet to-morrow evening at the Coonresational bchucb. Dr, Cooper Is an eloquent pulpit and platform erator, and he will treat hissubjetto-mor row night In a delightful m.:ae , fall ol Iltereet to everyone. A greed rally sad man meeting of the people of Helens will be held Weodnoeds evening at the Auditorium to disoess thi epital queeston. Among the speakers will be Mayor Weed. Colonel Bonders, Majol MasianLs, Hoe. T. H. (arter. Es-Gov.l, LK Toole sad Commodo Power. Every body should attend the meeting. yey.e lsayvStes To sal and N a wempl5telies o! ohin glas.ware lamps. slverwar ate. Prices to salt every parts Bst goods. lowest priees. P. J. DnwAinu , Psrk Aveau. PEBSONAL H. H. Wilson, of Ca.eade. Is at The Hel ems. Mns. ismes H.MtUl smem eve frowm Dee Lodge yesterday. so WV. Dalles, a promleant beaker oe New Yoek ad Beste, Is ia the oittr. Hoe. Frank . Corbett. of Batta at. tended th Chowder elab el bake yester Mr. DMar.e aterlg retained to Helens en Friday last after an abs ase of s.era months. Oee. W. Irvin. IL, mtieral lead eomla stlM. for Menten. emese over from Bust yeeterdly. Mrs. H. Geolkted arrived yetrdav from Oho o a viasi to her ens Z. L and A. I. . odkad. HBo. Walter Coo.sr, of Bosma. arrlved yesterday from hutte. He will remals he . for the ceaventle wLish mNts to. merrow. Arrivate ns she Sieae eomner t. Wm Gesmander. ILl- T 8 Fowler. Bimarok J H rphy Ili. Joh A barker ball amuelr lov, Aulus. Lake, Chs t l.s James Weaver, Lawb B H *wel . * N atea. Store rphy. P PRihard Aning. (brsl B ai t ia ul. Mr aAnima. it Paul AFnUlae at The elsqqe. e Jee H Weill. Der C(has AP keblbe. U! Chl ueMdmme Chi AleL. "So. Lesle luates. Fs Jan OUkAld, bt teatl M Warna. ISa Ina H Spmeneer, Chloeas eleco, L 6 ttoon. o, uld. R J liaeokmea.Cleago M e Town'd. na The Modern Heaoty Th Ivee on good food can eunblear, wit plenty of ezereles Ia the open air. He form glows with health sad her fae bloom with its beauty. If her system need. t~ leenletar metion of a lastilve remedy, obh ecsee he gpenle sad pleseant liquid lezativ Syrup of Fiae. Capitial NMass Meoleti. There will be a girea rally and man meeting of tbe sitlueas of Helen at .ib audltorium on Wednedeay evening, lept 2;, at 7:80 o'o'ok, to diseues the osals. quotio.l. Lion. E. D. W.ed, lion. W. F tbildrs, lion. MaUtin Maginnli, Hon. 'I H. Carter, lion. J. H. Toole. Hon. T. C Power and other eloquent isakenr wit addr.ue the meeting. Ity order of the ezesative committer. J. P. Wool.xAN, Chairman. Now tdr.s t*ods lust opeone at The lIe Hit.s A D)elightful Irip, Via Balt Lake and Denver to Chicago and the sat. A dip In the lret slt ltake or a fews day's visit at Manituo hiprlgLe. alt. sated at the foot of Pikes Peak. cannot be equaled on this continent. lallman dining ear route. For rates, etc., Sal at the Union Pacifel oflo, Na. 3d .North Maln street. Helema. H. U. W n..ow, Psn.uer.r Agent. A good heavy wool blanket for l.I at 1'hn Boo llivo that would be a birgaln eltowlse, at SL I'asturlag. lHaving finlshed hallng we have thrown the whole ranch inte one, makila oves one thousand arns of th- beet aet*:r,,. Will pasture horses at $J per timontlh. Ranch seven nad une-bil oulles no Ih of Helenn. Inqslre of J. E. Alloen or HowerJ Little livery stable. North Main street. c'Ata Haon. ( hildren'e school loake havre arrived at The Ife linae and are beine utYered fur Bale at now, lu prli... Kock, Nountaln l~uoemprw.on NV. I, I ii 0. F. A ·twula~r mriiiig ,-f It~ Glum Frieanqlnwnt % kI ll I* laIdI at l 0 ) KJjolruing,rot I,a. rntrr tally lu yltosd to, at toad. IloItCtIT TlrlUlaI'tIor. C. P. ICEIL. Knxuu. bcrlba. (crp1. lotdge No "s, A. 0. 17. W. Met. IEvery M,,n.Ia, A rogular mm-tln of et hettl sldte D' 2. A 0. 1 . ,1 , wll b-hol M . 11 1'. \t ha VL lll l'areion bloi.lini. thu" *irtitoi vistltu broth,,tr ae curdiallr wdlt..tited ,v 1". WnI ittILAIKS. U. W. W. If. VAN .)SUol. toa. Catholic Knight. of( Amorloa.l l ranch Nor. 1WII met. ave ,vee.,td and onurth Moada77 Ii Paoli d." ott. at 7:ttj p. in at II AlePt. , ) ati 1. AmeeseWal* N. 47thI Ca clhd. Mlhting meambrt cnrdhalll ill tiled l ltlbz FUItIt.il, Preesihat. J. It .Icull.mii, Recording bealatlt. After 'Em!! Always and in all kinds of weather. Not because of our location, not because we sell the beat meats in the city, not be cause you get what you order, be it by telephone or otherwise. But he ;ause we sell for cash and sell at Small margans. We sell better goods for l.i's. money than any other dealer in the I ity. Why do we do it? I c ause we want your trade, and we want you to come to our place often. t Any limne that you don't get the best meats in the tity at oun place you can have youl money back with interest. Midway Cash Maret lIreedway, N lat to itllloe. Parchen-D'Achenl Drugj Co. PLEASE THE MOST FASTIDIOUS Smokers With the Quality, Variety and prices of their CIGARS. Stock kept in prime condi. Uton by special fackihties 'TONN'S 18 South Main Street Millinery ad Fancy Good SPECIAL THIS WEEK Trimmed Sailor Hats........ $ .2 Untrimmed Felt Hats 250. Oc .7e Ostrich Tips, colors in endless variety, per bunch 50c, 75c 1.0O Silk Velvet, formerly sold for $2, now per yard........... 1.2! Hat and Toque Frames, lOc . .1, German Knitting Yarn, per skeitn...................... .2( Imported German Knitting yarn, per s:eiu............. 2e Saxony, best imported, per * skoeu...................... .1( t Zepbyr, per skein............. .O Washl Silks, Beldini Bros.' make, per dozen skeinis.... ,2f Knitting Silk, 3Belding Bros.' make, perl.! oz. tpool....... Em£troidery Silk, 2i spools in a Lox, Le3t colors, Dox..... .o( GO TO The Bon Ton Tailor IIave rour Xutl Mal|. to ( rdor at Euat ern prio.e. We hvi. jslt rerrt*lve a full and complete line of Imported and I)o tl.,.It tall & € aLlld lu r ioo.~ds, tlerll inlll' p on liut not ce terfuot it ~unllranteod Io also Luaralt a'O brt kle, wurk. S. FINIKELST'IIIN S; : f. Main ti hltrunalt a tl llot'. SAMUEL K. DAVIS INV'9TfrM N T hTOO t'',. 5.050l Iron Mountain. it lot: n; tpon so or.lt ITl oone week; i:ll1iI inta crarlond otia 'entruate daily. tiLsa purclaen li tin u liald Hlutlt--LOt0 nndll l,10 a!lare/. ( 't tallUtloll . l'blllht~ u i. t'utllhi rli Cross at a low tigare. zU uL1U Z7 Da11uy DIUCK Removed W. J. HARTWIG Iii. r. in i*I h:" bi~in.I fsrom n iii Ititi.r turnif taus im l. Iii C,.U loh.it,1 W Ii to Iin, ai L*! hr. FII,·· I.II. in I.ullnlortlllu nnhl th. I. tar .hot M orIIwr pa.WuUIS *s ilje I r, *~ ilo III ai II , IA... IPlRIVATIE SCL1OC`L OF Shorthand and Typewriting I hl. ..buot ia In Toulon IIi.. lays or rear w ali 'tg tha anlI: i.ar. V %aiia la..nioi po.w a hIoi' tllu to eater school. I ir figI I. I .,Ileillra call on or addrass hlag I. Jackia ir·arc11, Ia Lt MIIouk , L :aa *JAXES. - XXES. ''o Redluce Our Stock We Offer r II II 'r I ALl Hs''FlE:I. I'O()IIlI1El PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH. I lUi ('ity I)uubh'-hIit ,\ ' . at 'j r I:.u Ii. ouud (c'l. pei.l ' Mauls, Weldg,:, , I;t., at Low I'rices. ! A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO. lHardware, Stoves, Tinware, e CLMLNI, F LASILH, HA;, I OW LtH. CAlI', F USE, If GARLAND AND JEWEL S[OVES AND RIANGES. y I-E,; Ll .:vNA, ~O, Tr'.A z 8 -d material. The great barga . MONTANA SHOE CO Th NOTHER scheme on foot to get your Shoe trad,. Valuis i~e yond the wildest dreams of the economical. (Jne thousan, patrs of Ladles' F'lne tShoee at posltively halt price and less '1 ee shoee tue all nice ;ooda, good styles and of the very bbe material. The greet baolgai of the season. CLARKE & FRANK MONTANA SHOE CO EVERYTHING READY. Notwithstanding the large sales of Opening Week we will display some ...New Fall Patterns... This morning that were received late Satur day night Beside these we have a large line of Children's School Caps. All the latest shades and styles in NOVELTAES for Trimming. DRESSMAKING DRESSM G MISS MITCHELL, PARLORS IN CONNECTION. Grandon Block. .r .th Aveynu sna Wr.~nu &treet 5 CHICAGO FISH CO Wholesale dealers in Oyster. Fish, Poultry and (.ame. Couatr; orders will receivu our caret. attention. Stephens Bros., Propl 106 tlroadway. UEl:oni, Mert The'lwoulth Annnil ')pr~eing l u .sl y. W.t.trun Lr I. ht t ho ENGELHOHN HELENA T EACH-£S BOok c;ýlllo ., .ollrliia , i"cl i ld , rtrm. n ý; Ic I' uwnausu.nL. . | 'l i hn. l f.1., r n Iilh , t , Vl .| . r ',. r' fhr Iun uu all l. f r ', ''. , *.r t, f.,., .. I. I ,ia .1 ., I ra,, n., ,, ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY HELENA, MUNTiNA Ihw tytfI I~ ' 0ri. , h . ..l . f t*A ll. in i'1 " i h I.i rti I ''V .l.I~,rlll Is (III I·I ) Lt.a.r" wi t "re... *,ti to iiaf I n re cl Mc'i ~ Fs r .15111.Np l "u .r sc ti"I trf l 4cc InIAIuu ac . lro. '-ci "(r nicrr cr. CLAII: .N.U1 ;:U1.UN, Architect tind Sul:printendent IUD IUW'LI: hl (hI va... CARHIAGE, sIhJN AM) HOUSE PAIN Ti NAT, Paper Hanging AND Kalsomining. 'SMMITh-I & SEARS CON THACTOHS TU1ONT AND BRICK WORK. Shop Corler L.w. utce and Bentgn Avenuw 35 LOOK 35 11 -AT Our Window - FR I -- BARGAINS ý., _Ii ..ml c.r C it ci %tc r, tila I l.I(. Stitcu l Irtl . Sh irt s , this %%e".Cllok S;,. .r, we w viI :.tLIrjIsC Pm Oin our c to : 'I 2 Ov vriu.1t' .inti Suits. I y. 2 Suits from *.' tllp. \\'c a1~to will sell Mott . p.11 of 111w ai nd 1~i,%h~cs for so that you cannot hay cisew~here for less than tl$. ^;. 5 Shoes at x.100. renu. in hvr 'we are 1th l oniv cash 'IlothiI Itu} ouse in I Ilcha. 3I & BR S35 S. MAIN.