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^ __ I NEWS. From the Daiiv Herald of Julv 21. Died. - Mn*. Nannie Bynum Bajliss formet 1\ re id:ng in Helena and for a year or more m Helena and for a year or more teacher in the Graded School here, died Butte, the home of her parents, on the lPth. she was a graduate of Howard Academy. Missouri, and was esteem«! a painstaking educator of the young, who became greatly attached to her by reason of her amiable dis position. Mrs. Bayliss was endeared to many acquaintances in this part of Montana, who will sincerely regret her death. A Row in Uutte. Bitte, July 20.—Early this morning the city was wild with rumors of bloodshed, war and rumors of war over a street tight be tween Mayor Beel and Alderman Hauser, ot the 4tli ward, over a matter of veracity and Tlie distribution of city patronage. The par ties w ill appear in the police court at the proper time to answer the charge ol out raging the community by exhibitions of disgraceful character. The bell-wether Al derman will call a special meeting of the City Council, and the City Attorney will be instructed to prepare articles of impeachment against tha beligerents. Can't Get out to .Market. of the 2tNMM)0 buffalo pelts takeu in the Yellowstaue valley last season, but lune been marketed. The rest are await ing t rar -portât ion and are said to lie spoil ing because transportation cannot lie had. By this time next season riie X. 1*. will have 'trin k the buffalo country lieyond the Yel lowstone. and the transportation problem will have been solved. River transportation is very uncertain. The steamer Bachelor was stranded in the Big Horn, and the Gen eral Terry barely escaped into the deeper waters of the Yellowstone before the sud den subsidence of the water which left the Bachelor high and dry on the Imttnni of the treacherous Big Horn. Ice Mater as a Beverage. The lavish use of ice water, says an emi nent medical authority, is as truly a tem 1 Kirary gratification at the expense ot lntnre 'offering as the use of stimulants, and there is the additional folly that not even the pri mary object of satisfying thirst is attained. Ice-water cools, it is true, the fevered mouth and throat : but as soon as the re actiou takes place, the craving is renewed. Water ordinarily cool is as effective in quenching thirst, w ithout acting deleterious ly upon the system : while any fever of the is liest removed by holdiug in the throat month small pieces of ice. These lower the temperature of the parts adjacent, but give to the stomach a few drops of water, iu -ufficieut to cause inconvenience. There Is not a doubt that much suffering, many dis eases. both acute and chronic, and occasion al deaths can lie trac«l to a too free use of ice-water. If this continues to increase, the reputation of a national lieverage will lie dearly purchased. Everywhere injurious, its ill effects are heightened among us by a climate subject to frequent fluctuations. When these are added to the alternate chil ling of the blood, the disease* that swell the snmmer death-roll find plenty of victims. Foreigners accredit us with great self-control in voluntarily resigning whatever w e find injurious to health. We cannot better earn this good opinion than by reducing our con sumption of ice-water at all times to the minimum, and bauishlng it forever from the pleasures of the table. From the Daiiv Herald of July 22. Progress of the Final Surrey. The Chenoweth surveying party Is now in the vicinity of Prickly Pear Crossing, about eight miles ea-t of Helena, working slowly westward. This l»eing what is termed the locating survey, great pains and care are taken iu the work, and the progress made is not rapid. It will require at least a week longer to reach Helena, and a fortnight at least alter that to complete the surveys up to and including the crossing of the snminit of the Main Range. Engineer Chesbrongh. recently arrived from the States, a veteran in his profession, is now >n charge of the Chon oweth party, Mr. Chenoweth himself being de tail«! for press ing and important special duties. The surveys covering the mountain division proper are regarded by Col. Dodge as parti cularly, important, and a part of the next few w eeks will call for his attendance here to give personal direction to surveying plans which the locating engineer has for some time studied and carefully matured, Hie regular meeting of the X. P. Board of Directors will not oceor till next month, but before then Engineer Dodge will probably Ik* instructed to make every necessary prep aration for the important piece of work at Mnllen's jia-s. as it will not permit of delay. The "Congress'* Bonded The late discovery in the Cataract district know n as the Congress lode, carrying ninety four ounces silvei and $18 gold, has just Itecu l*>nd«l to Major R. C. Walker for a sum that has not yet been made public. The rharaeter of tbe lotie, so rich in silver and gold, and its close proximity to the eelebrat «I Highland Chief, would at ouee indicate that no small sum had been fixed as the limit of the bond. All the leads in this new ♦listriot are free milling and rich in silver, and carry a large percentage of gold. When other mills, iu addition to tbe one at hasin, are put in operation there will be a constant -tream, as it were, of gold and silver bars from the Cataract that w ill overshadow in value the palmiest days of the .Silver Creek . district, so close to Helena. COOLEY « REAMERS FDR SALE. 1 have on hand for sale a few of the celebrated "Cooley Creamer*,'' different size«; also, Davis Swing Chums and Eureka Butter Workers. For lurtieultn address wlm-jy7 T. WILCOX, Helena. From tbe Daiiv Herald of Julv 23. Accidentally Killed. Last Friday Samuel Wright was accident ally killed on Littlé Slill Creek in the vicinity of Silver Star. He was a potter and was en re- gageti i„ the business in that neighborhood, a xh e Butte Inter Mountain says that the . draught ol his luruacq nftvlng wofkcd ua<Ily during the day, he told his companions at a at dis the cabin, which was located some distance from where the pottery was burn«!, that he would return to their factory or kiln and endeavor to repair the fault, stating that his tailure to come back that uight ne«l occasion no alarm. Arriving at the furnace, in which the tires had been extinguish«l. he entered and had no sooner begun work than the the be ot caUs fora3gigta a be rock walls cav«l in on him burying him completely and inextricably in the ruins, With several ltoues in his Ixxly broken and crushed and suffocated almost to death, he was compel 1«1 to remain in his horrible sit nation for eighteen hours unable to move a limb ; too far from his friends to make his ance heard and sobering nu imaginable tortures. At the expiration of the eighteenth hour succor arrived. He was taken from the ruins mangled, famishing with thirst and almost insane with ing. Everything possible was done to pre vent fatal consequences lint without avail. He died in abont four hours after being ex tricated. Wante<l. A good female cook, at good wages, in a familv. Apply to H. M. PARCH EX A CO. Powder for .Montana. From .1. W. Guthrie, of Corrinne. who is in the city to-day, we learn that w ithin the past few days four cars of California powder have been transferred to wagons and sent northward to Montana from Corrinne. An other car load will arrive within a few days and o sent out by teams to George L. Slioap for sole at his various stores in the Salmon river country. In early September another lot will arrive and l>e freighted to Montana, making in all over twenty car loads for the season. All this powder is used in mining operations. Part of Idaho is supplied with powder via Keltou and also via Winnemu ea, while Moutana receives a portion of her supply via the river route. The amount of blasting powder used in the two Territories has become large and the demand is daily increasing .—Ogden Pilot July 20 . Just received. Jar*, by W ool .Market. New York, July '2*2.—Unwashed fleeces remain the same, with fine and 27fo 35 for medium. California wool qniet, w ith sales of spring at '23(a 33. Pnll«l wools quiet, with unchanged rates. There is fair inquiry for Australian on a basis of 886? *9. Scoured and other foreign in moderate request. Un the w hole the market remained quiet and steady during the week for all kinds of wool. Ju,t received, one thousand gallons Raw and Boiled Liifieed Oil. hv H. M. PARCH EX &l CO. The Butte's Answer. Bi tte. M. T., July 21.1*-!. Mr. Ik Witt Oliver. Helena : Dear Sir— We cauuot get enough of our club together to decide just when we can go to Helena, but will go within three or four weeks at any rate. S. D. MARTIN*. Just received, all size*, by Car Load Window Glass. H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO. t ome Ahead. Is of a was thrown from his horse, his foot slipping through the stirrup. The animal ran some distance dragging Mr. Dodge with him. Both bones of the right leg were broken bc tween the knee and ankle. He also received sale* at 25f" 33 for twelve eases tlnsonN Fruit H. M. PARCHEX A C O. «Superintendent Thatcher assured a promi nent Helena merchant within the past week that the main stem of the Utah & Northern would this year l*e advcuced to a point on the Jefferson, from which the completion of the road to Helena in 18S2 would lie an easy undertaking. Just received, a car load of Perfectly Pure White Lead, bv H. M. PARCHEX A CO. Property Sale. Messrs. Hauser. Kleinschmidt, Knight and Pärchen are the purchasers of the Schwenzer Flower Garden property adjoining Helena The trade was completed to-day. Price paid. $11.500 cash. A Butte Accident. A painful accident occurred yesterday afternoon, the victim lie ing Mr. .John Dodge, fomierely of the firm of Thompson & Dodge. About 3:30 p. m. Mr. Dodge wa* riding borse back over the Boulder road and when a mile and a half oat from the Park station. a kick on the thigh and one in the back. Shortly after the accident occurred a friend placed Mr. Dodge on a horse and he rode on to the Park station, where a conveyance , was procured to him bnng to this city. He was taken to the Miner's hospital and his fe"»^. Dr - °" rn>val J . Althong Mr. Dodge suffered ranch pain dnnng the night, this morning at 9 O clock he seemed cr,m- ,, fortable and it is to be hoped that nndei Dr ' ,, . ... ._ , . , ^7., ConiH .111 S treatment lie will '■'COD recover.— Inter Mountain July P*th. Don't Take any (hanm on Li ,e When Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Ci re will regulate ami keep yon healthy at all time« Important to Lead Owner«. The officers and directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad, desiring to obtain as accurate statistics as jtossible concerning the mineral resources.-* of all parts of Montana, therefore, those owning; leads of gold or silver bearing ore, are requested to send ...r. «..i i *-■ .... information on the following points to me, at Hel ena, at their earliest convenience : 1, Name of lead. 2. Where located. 8. Kind of ore. 1. Amount of gold or silver j>t*r ton of selected ore. 5. The percentage of lead or copper, if any. "i. How much selected ore can be mined per day. 7. Thickness of the vein of ore. 8. Distance from timber, water, and a wagon road. T. G. MERRILL. Helen.», July 2d, ISsl. d2tawlm-jy5 REMOVAL. Fred Gamer has removed his stock of boots and shoes into the upper story of Gans ic Klein's lower house. >. tränte on Jackson street. <Lfcw3rn-ap27 PERSONAL —Captain James F. Gregory, Corps of Engin. -re. has been appointer! aide-de-camp to the Lieutenant General. —Rev. S. E. Winger and lamily, of Lnth ersburg, re;tçh«l Helena last night, and are located ht the Cosmopolitan. —Mrs. Bagg. of Iowa, accompanied by the at Misses Bagg, Mintie Moon and Hattie Huu ter, reach«l Helena this morning from Ben ton. —.1. R. Gardner and family, of Rlainstield. ! N. J., arrived here last night and registered at ths Cosmopsiitau. They are visiting Mon tana. —W. R. Hartman, a distinguished jour- | ualist of Waterloo. Iowa arrived in Helena yesterday in company with Mrs, Bagg and party. . —Tiios. L. Kimball. General Snperintend ent of the Union Pacific railroad, J. Blick - ensderfer, Chief Engineer of the Utah & a Northern railway, and J. G. McCammon, Assistant U. S. Attorney General, are num lie red among distinguish«! visitors recently arriving in the Territory, —Mr. M. A. MeyendortV, Melter of the Helena Assay Office, arrived from the States last evening, and this morning resumed his duties here. During his absence Mr. M. was detailed to the performance of special w ork in connection with the newly inaugurated l. S. Assay Office at St. Louis. Relieved finally at his own request, lie returned w ith out delay to the mountains and reoeeupies his regular post of duty under the Fnit«l States. Welcome back. —Among recent arrivals we are pleased to mention Mr. Geo. W. Hamblin, of Ottawa, Kansar, who, accompanied by Mi's. Hamblin and children, has come to Montana expecting to make the mountains bis future home. Mr. Hamblin traveled from the railroad l>y way of Butte, stopping several days in that town and as many more in Deer Lodge, and he has now found quarters in Helena, w here, Mns H agreeing, he will permanently locate. Me heartilv welcome the whole familv and express the wish that theirs may lie another add«! to the increasing households and homes of Helena. —Mr. AY. AY. Alderson, editor of the .leant Courier , arriv«l yesterday from Bozeman and exp«ts to spend some days in Helena. Air. Alderson owns and conducts one of the brightest newspapers of the dozen or more composing the Montana press, and proposes to keep his journal abreast of the progress in his section of the Territory. Arrangements are making to add a second floor to the Cour ier publishing, house and contracts looking to this improvement will probably be made with builders here. Mr. A. says the railroad is still a trifle east of Bozeman, but indica tions ar? not wanting of it coming along that way next year or the year after. a< bled to l'^ 0 every twenty-four hours. Bi Rxinrs < ocoaixi: I« KruuuiiMl as a Pure and Effective Hair I>re«siitg in Every Quarter of (lie World. For thirty years it lias been the favorite of the and a leader with the trade. The name "Cocoainf" has become a valuable property. Burnett A Co., have established their sole right to its use in sev eral suits at law, thus protecting the public and themselves from imposition. The superiorority of Bcknett's Flavoring Ex tracts consist in tlieir perfect purity and great strength. TOWN TALK. —Next mouth will Ik* the most brilliant of all the months in the matter of planets and stars. —Mr. U. B. Vaughn has forty men at work completing the road from Red Mountain to the Wiekes Reduction Works. —The Silver Bow Company to-day shipped per S. T Hauser & Co., six bars of bullion valued at $11,000 .—Inter Mountain. —The Little Jennie mine has upwards of $75.000 on the dump, with $2,000 being —Deputy Sheriff' Fish arrested J. J. Feely at the Summit House for the slabbing affray on last Sunday. Mr. Feely w ill be in to-day to answer the charge, if any, preferred against him .—Butte Miner , July :<4h. —The IkkIv of a man was found lying dead in a coulee across the river yesterday. The body has not l>een identified, bnt is snp post d to be that of an ex-mounted police mar. He is supposed to have suicided.— Benton Record, July Hat. —The Madisonian , complaining of horse thieves about Virginia City, remarks : "One man has l>een spott«l as belonging to the gang, and, from the temper manifested by onr people, w e imagine that if the matter be , pro\en up him. he w ill stand a good chance tn climb -, tree 1 to « llino a tree. —It is thonght that the Utah & Northern £ 'folks will extend their survey as far as Ben ton this season and bring on the iron horse as spe«lily as possible. The time is not far distant when Benton will be connected with the world of commerce by the iron rail.— River Press. —Before Probate Judge Irvine onlay, Joh U Xorberg, a Scandinavian, recently cap , , lurea near i^viae, was men by a jury com posed of Hyde, Buzzard and Anderson, and a.lju<lge<l iavonc. He will be sent to the ta ilsv lnm as soon as an order from the ,, ' . r. vern , or 1h ' obtained .—Inter Mountain, Julu 2lfJ * —On account, perhaps, of onr high moun tain peaks, w hich appear to attract the subtle fluid more effectually than a million lightn ing rods, it is seldom that lightning injures either persons or property in Montana. Bnt. on Tuesday the electric current struck the house ot Chas. B. Blakely with sne-h force as to utterly demolish a brick chimney, tear a steve-pipe into shreds, smash a looking-glass. demolish some other household furniture. and pass ont at the np-stairs w indow. Mrs. Blakely was iu the house at the time the bolt struck, but fortunately escaped injury. —Bozeman Courier. For Sale. Fifteen ball pool and carom Non parie! Novelty billiard tables, size i}^xSh2. Also, a complete first class bar outfit. Address P. O. Box 1C7, Helena, or enquire at M. Silverman s fruit store. Main street, dawtf-apl COPFS ML\L\6 BOOK. Every Miner Should Have It. Sent by mai! upon receipt of price_81. dAwtf-mh27 FISK BROS.. Helena. Ü. ! | SvLWUOyyjg S! ROYALES MtmtrlS m S§: - POWDER Absolutely Pure. Made from Grape Cream Tartar.—Xo other pre paration makes such light, flaky hot breads, or luxurious pastry. Can be eaten by Dyspeptics with out fear of the ills resulting from heavy indigestible foot!. Sold only in cans, by all Grocers. Royal Baking Powder Co. Xew York. CANS & KLEIN. GREATER ATTRACTIONS! to GREATER INDUCEMENTS! LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE AT THE OPENING SALE OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK We have marked uow n everything in our More and our Stock beyond a question of doubt, both for MAGNITUDE AND LOW PRICES, excels all country. other attcir. hitherto made in thi« AVe don't wish to enumerate prices or articles in Stock, but will only say that w e have the Largest Stock of CLOTHIXG, GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD*. BOOTS A SHOES. HATS A CAPS, BLANKETS, HYDRAULIC mus. l>e sold. HOSE. Em., which Ow ing to the -wend washouts and floods on the es In large bulks, and we Railroad, our Stock arriv Sunday, July 31st, Missoula. Sunday, August ,th, Butte. Wednesday, August lOth, Glendale, Friday, August 12th, Bishop s School House, Saturday. August 13th. Poindexter s. £ und ? y ' An*«* i* h - D» ,lon make this sacrifice to get room. This is no advertising dodge, but real facts. Call and convince yourselves. Suita .Made to Order. Sample«* AIhmjm on Hand. CANS & KLEIN. dAw-myI6 Bishop Brew er's Appointments for 1881 Tuesday, August 16th, Bannac-k. Sunday, August 21st, Virginia City. Sunday, August 28th, Sheridan and Virginia City. Sunday, September 4th, Virginia City and Madison Valley. Tuesday, September 6th. Pony. Wednesday September 7th, Sterling. Thursday, September 8th. Red Bluff'. Sunday, September ltth, Bozeman and Fort Elli-. Sunday, September lStn. Bozeman. Tuesday, September 20th, Crow- Agency. Wednesday September 21st. Stillwater. A C i*S£S332SS?S^£%Sk. T .. .... 8unda / t ' 0c £ ber 2nd, Mües City, Sunday, October Dth. Bozeman, creek. Thursday, October i3tb, Gallatin, Friday. October 14th Radersburg. Sunday, (MoberrttlL Centerv ille dan Deep Creek Early m N ovember—C on vocation at Helena, with Consecration of St. Peter's Church. Later in November, at White Sulphur Springs, Chestnut, and South Fork. F. P. STERLING, late Receiver of the land Office, i _ ... We as the found 'u*y Ü. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor M Office. «y Ü. S. ATTORNEY For Mining and Agricultural Claimants AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Patent- secured t«> Mineral and Agricuitural I^ind-. Special attention given to contested eases. Office on Broa<lway, in Dr. Frary's building. daw3m-jv6 WALTER W. DeLACY, HELENA. nmXWAXA. - 1 ap - UNIFORM LOW PRICES Continue to Make Business Brisk GREENHOOD, BOOM & CO'S. Our stock of Spring and Snmmer Clothing never was more complete than now, being the largest in the Territory. In nobby Hats, White and Chev iot Shirts, we take, as heretofore, the lead in style, workmanship, fit, and low prices. We carry an immense stock of Trunks, Valises, Boots and Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, in fact, every thing belonging to a First-Class Clothing House, from an Overall to to a Broadcloth Suit of the finest texture. In Youths and Childrens Cloth ing, we have a very large assort ment, all well made, of the Latest Styles, and at exceedingly Low Prices. It is our intention to sell twice as many goods this season as we did last, and to do this we intend to offer special inducements, and only ask an inspection of our stock and prices, which will show that we are prepared to do as we say. Our motto is "Good Goods, Fair Dealing, and One Price for all." Do not fail to favor us with a call before making purchases. 6REENI00D, BOHM & CO., HELENA. wtf-my 19J M. T. FARM MACHINERY, Groceries, Liquors! WISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC rER STOCK will 'rices to THAT Ills l»e SoM at rl is complete in all its Branches, ami Lowest Possible P RESPONSIBLE AND CASH CUSTOMERS. Groceries, k A < ■nentof Staple A Fancy Groceries. To bacco. Fine Havana C igars, Teas and Cof fees. Sugar and Soap. California C'a mied Goods. Coal Oil. Grain and Flour. St. Louis Flonr. Dried Fruits. Creamery Butter. Vinegar, Crackers A Cheese. Baeou and Beans. Hams and Eg<gs. (I&w6ni-je22 L. VAWTER, Broadwav. Helena* FRANKLIN, HUMBERT & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN MENS' AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES BOVS' C LOT II I>G! Burt s Boots and Shoec for Gents. dAw-jneLj ° I>tD£RS ^ ^ lAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. RINGWALD BROTHERS & CO - _ BROKERS HELE r ^................................................. ... cneral Broker Business Transacted in ail its Branches. We an.1 good securities. Our facilities for handling the verv^TT^ Jew .?J r y> Oems, Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Field Gla.-«-> Y^*' as we are connected with two »i.Ui quality of goods at the lowest States prices are 1,,1! ' ur hr <t \* the people of , ' br okerage houses in the East, which enable- »» fin *n«T«mall Profitl ^ lme ttt U , le low «* ^»cs prices. Out motto is pS found so, mouev will be refunded » K 5 >ods warranted as represented, or, in »»U ^i 'u*y be, addrcJ. w ^d ParUes warning any kind of good-, no SStSSS? «y of goods at the us tl , ie,r ort ! e ™ h ? mail can rely upon getting the q - - SSftÄÄlSSSJÄ?" 1 ^- ""'Ve pranpt .«.„-.io,,: ^ daw.jel RING WALD BROS. Broker«. Helena, 't »* 1 WMsiies, Wines, k, k. A'A ages of Old Bourbon ** Whisky. ;V» Hand-made Sour-ttash Whisky. Old Crow Sonr-Mas.il Whisky. W. H. .He* Brayer Sour- Hash Whisky. Horsey Celebrated Rye Whis ky. G. H. Mumm A- Co. Extra Dry Champagne, Geo. Goulet Extra Dry Champagne. Duff Gordon Sherry, California Wines. Cognac Brandies. Tolu Rock and Rye, Imported Gin. Mineral Wate rs. A ppollinaris Water, SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER. H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO * 'fry PRICES. We will receive in a few «lavs l.v G « Rarge Stock of Fresh 18M) crop * S'*t GARDEN SEEDS. Which we offer at strictly EASTERN CATALOGUE We have already received a J ^ GRASS SEEDS. Parties desiring Fresh Seeds and to _ av . expense incident to sending East, will nie» tâu ^ in their names for our Price«* l,ist a'T dredth's Almanac and Descriptive < * în H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO.. Druggists, Helena. M T PARCHEX & D ACHEI L. Butte. M. T ' JNO. STEDMAN. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. Xew and second hand n..s sold on commission. A number of second hand p «te., for sa'e. » I -• -t 'S at an, engine« Corner Clore «ml Pri M. T. ce streets. Helens. 1 niAwtf-ortS Kills Lice, Ticks and all Parasites that infest Sheep. Vastly Superior io Tobacco. Sul phur, etc. ■P'N T> p pre-.vn;« ».va *i.«l jrr"atiy improve tie i:y ofL.e'wooi. Fr»m two callon« of the 1> P crly <ti!ute*l with wjtr sufficient to dip one drtd sheep, sotli.-t the cost f i>: she*p owmrs wiil fil'd ti.ct t : improved health of their fl, . V. -, Circular» wns, p> •*t-;>.- -1.. : e- r rection» for its use; also c • jtrowrrs who have used larje <1 : .nr pronounce itthe most effektiven. '1 r- . scab eud other kindred di-.aso* of-h p. g. XAiLn?:î2::7 i ::. :• Can be had through ail Co nines-..«a II. ... The market! 5 V SCAB \v3m-jy21 Estray H. M. PARCHEX & , Taken Up. fame to Canyon Saw Mill. Benton road, a'x.m 1st of April, two sorrel horses, one branded F H on left shoulder, white strip on face: the other ha« since gone away. He has a dim brand on le* shoulder, market! something like an I. The owner can have the animal- by paying for thi- advertise ment and proving pro|ierty. ADD. T. SWITZEK. wlm-jeoO Power. Lewis and Clarke Co.. M. T. AVERY HOUSE, GLENDALE, - - - MONTANA, Refitted and newly furnished throughout, includ ing Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers. Fine bar connected with the house. The Culinary De j partment will be presided over by a Professional American Cook. wly-nov25 H. H. AVERY. Proprietor. DR. P. F. MADDEN, Helen»............................................ Montana Office—On Broadway, opposite Herald office. Particular atten paid to d wtf-sepO jf Women Agricultural Implements. B Plows.Ollii er*s < L lied Plow* Plow Points. .Vails. Tb* Ch a in |> i <• n Combined Self* AIX Steel Skein Wagon*. all sires. Ravine 4 Sprint Wagons. Side - Rar Iluggir* P la t form Spring Wagon*. Wagon Tops A - Wagon Cover«. CHAMPION REAPERS AND MOWERS Tiger Hay Rakes self-dump iugl Sulky-Plows. Moline (Baking Reaper and Moser.