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LOCAL NEWS.
From the Daily Herald of August 4.
Memorial Resolutions.
Whereas, It ha* pleased the Grand Ar
chitect of the universe to remove from our
midst our late sojourning brother Dr. Thomas
Reeee : and whereas, it is fit that we as
hSmeSoS^theiSbre 501110 tlUing '°
AWmf." That we humbly bow to the will 1
of the most High and cherish the memory of
our departed brother, that his cheerful face
while in health, his fortitude during his long * n
illness, his willingness to aid in any good
cause, and to assist any in affliction, and his | on
untiring energy, are long to be remembered '
with his many qualities which marked him
as a good citizen and a faithful friend.
Resolved, That we tender to the w idow
and children of the deceased brother, our
heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement : and
n . . i-. . j w*!__ a. _ _______— MVAmtiAnc ' *
Resolved. That a copy ot these resolutions
to
the as
be transmitted to the family of the deceased,
an.l one to each of the Helena papers.
W. R BULLARD.
.1. J. LEISER.
W.C. MORRIS.
Committee.
_ ...... .... ..
Utah Rcrietc, edited by the Rev. Theophilus j
B. Hilton. A. M.. and published at Salt I^ike
Citv. It is a bright, scholarly monthly
magazine and has a corps of contributor ol
which any editor might well lie proud, go
among w hom are Hon. J. S. Boreman, Hon.
The Utah Review.
We have received the first copy of
Eli H. Murray and Hon. Arthur L. Thomas.
It deserves success and there is no doubt
but that it will achieve it.
Sheep for Sale.
Five Thousand Graded Merino Ewes, consisting
of 2 000 vear'iings. balance two and three-year-olds.
Enquire ol' J. E. O'CONNORS, or
(iEo. II. MULLER Y.
«12tjiw2t-jy25 Helena, Montana.
Sands Brothers.
Attention is directed to the notice of the
above firm in the present issue ol' the
Herald. • Their prices have been consider
ably reduced, particularly so in their line of
dresses, and a general reduction ha* been
made in the entire stexk. This has been
done to make room for their fall and w inter
goods, which aie now on the way to this city.
From the Dailv Herald of August 5.
The Chicken Law.
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Upon reading the complaint oi the Spokane
"Farmer" in the morning Independent, abont
some citizens of Helena generonsly endowed
as to their jxxlal extremities who had lichen
shooting chickens ard tramping down some
f . „„
acres ol grain on Ins ranch, an amoassaeior »
for the Herald started forth to identify the
to
offenders. A rattle king resident on the
West Side was first sought, but could not lie
found, and it is suspected that lie had taken
refuge in the cellar of his palatial mansion.
A gentle shepherd living on Fifth avenue
was found picking his teeth, and limping a
little as if his shoes tvere too tisrl.t, lmt he
•lenietl the soft tape.uhn.ent. A lawyer on
Main street was next interview«!. He hastily
eel
w
picked a feather ofi" his coat, and said that he
had been ramping on the trail ot some fish :
»imply that and nothing
Main street attorney said
suited an eminent counsellor whose knowl
edge reaches to the bed rook, and that he had
Ik-cii advised that no person was obliged to
stand still anel let a chicken pick out his
eves at any time of the year, it he had the
nee-essarv tool for sell-defense. It is onr
purpose to puisne this investigation further.
In the meantime, it may be mentioned tliat
all the persons connected with the Herald
are profoundly ignorant of ornithology, and
will readily believe that any birds left at this
off ce are sage hens or curlews !
The Steamer Black Hills.
The owners and offii-ers of the sterner
Black Hills, of the Benton P. Line, have rea
son to lx? proud of the achievements attained
in her present trip. This boat brought out of
the Yellowstone 12,03 "I buffalo indes, a phen
omenal record and one that has not been at
tained by any other steamboat of equal size.
The loading of the Black Hills was the la*t
work of John Congleelon. the mate, who met
with instant death ou the journey. He had
taken unusual pride in the work and just as
he liad stowed away the last hale anel was
congratulating himself that the freight record
of the trip would be without precedent, he
was struck by the breaking of a spar and in
stantly killed and knocked into the river.
Congleelon was considered one ol the best
mates on the river and a eompetant anel
conscientious employee .—Bismarck Tribune.
at
more Another 1
tint he had con
to
A
ich
The Inspectors of the Lexington.
M. tie la Bonglise, a well know n French
mining engineer, and Mr. Boutan. one of the
mining engineers of the French Government,
art* now inspecting the Lexington mine. . j,
Batte, and the Stewart group in Utah, on
behalf of two large French banking firms. t
Should the properties be found as represented
and placed on the Paris market, it is believed
that their sale will attract the attention of
French capitalists and result in the invest
ment oi a large amount of French capital in
the mining and agricultnrial lands of the
west— .V. Y. Stock Report.
\ Pleasure Party.
Eariy this morning Messrs. Julius Horst.
Arnold ami Givens left town by private eon
veyanec, their objective point l>eing Butte
via Deer Lodge. The trip is one of business
and pleasure combined. On the way they
will stop several days at the Frenchwomans
lor the purpose of enjoying fishing and hunt
ing in that district, which is said to be ex
eellent at the present time. The party left
Helena in lively spirits and full of anticipa
t ions of a most enjoyable trip while away.
A Fishing Party.
Major J. \Y. Walker. Messrs. Tom I wis,
Schenck, Webster, aud others left thc city
this afternoon by private conveyances to be
gone several days, perhaps over a week, on a
fishing expedition. They go to the Big
Blaektbot. and will there camp out. Fine
sport is anticipated, and a «tncral good time
enjoyed no donbt.
Mount Edith.
Last week a merry party started out from
White Sulphur Springs to ascend the highest
peak of the Belt Range. The ascent was
made on horseback. It was the first ever
made bv ladies. The following ladies and
gentlemen formed the party :
C. W. Cook. J. O. Hussey. H. H. Barnes. R.
M. Carter. Joseph Glen. George Crosby. Wm.
O. H. Revnolds, Miss McCrillis,
Hackshaw, O. H. Reynolds, Miss McCrillis.
Mrs. Penwell, Miss Annie Kirchman, Miss
j^ na Wallace. Miss Edith Wallace, Miss A.
Hussev and a correspondent of the Hus
n - niL - ' * . , .. . , .
bondman. The tn P wac a most delighting
on e and heartily enjoyed by each participant,
-j^ e v j ew f rom t h e summit 10.0X1 feet above
level was a magnificent one. em
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bracing all the famous points ol that country.
The night was passed on the peak. The re
porter 0 f the partv concludes his article in
*
Husbandman in the following manner:
"But before breaking ramp, it was decided
to name the peak. It is the tallest of the
Belt Range and affords a view that is not
surpassed in all the mountains of the great
Northwest, and has sometimes been known
as -Old Baldy," but as there were already a
. .
half dozen peaks of that name, the party de
termined that, as they had sealed its heights
and camped upon its precipitous sides, it was
their perogative to christen the monster, and
go they did. and it was then and there de
cided that it should lie named Mount Edith,
in honor of Miss Edith W allace. a sweet little
girl of twelve years, the pet and most youth
fnl member of the party. "
IIa<> Everything Failed Yon?
Then try Warner s Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
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The Schwenzer Sale.
The auction sale at the Flower Gardens
attracted a large number of people to that
favorite re-sort yesterday. The sale was in
every respect a fine one. and the varions
articles brought the different sums expected,
in some cases exceeding them. The auction
was
above the average in every particular,
The plants w ere uot disposed of except in a
few trifling instances. Mr Schwenzer pre
ferring to sell them at some other time.
From the Dailv Herald of August 6.
The Viiiard House.
railroads at
b
good name of our city lor good hotels suitable
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The certainty oi two or in
Helena within one or tw o years render a
large and commodious hotel in Helena one of
the al*solnte necessities of the situation. The
business will require it and the pride and
to the times in which they were built de
mand teat this reputation should be extend
first class hotel «impped in the modern style
«*"> »»> «*>"« rental 01 a
l»«* 1 percentage to the stockholder
eel to meet the exigencies
and the coming thousands that will seek the
invigorating air of the Rocky mountains for
health ami pleasure. Business considerations
w arrant the investment and erection of a
It l*e
eornes the citizens of Helena to take measures
at once for the incorporation of a Hotel Corn
1 K1U . V an(i 8° to work on au improvement that
^ £ reata F needed by another year and
prove a credit and ornament to the Capital
City. A noted proprietor and acknowledged
first class landlord in this city is ready to
subscribe as much mouev as any other man
to the stock of this company, and when the
hotel is completed and furnished is ready to
keep it in first class style and pay the com
of railroad travel
pany a rental of seven per cent, per annum.
A hotel of this character might properly lx
called the Yillard House in honor of the
President of the Norhern Pacific railroad
company, and probably should not cost less
than one hundred thousand dollars for the
building and fifty thousand dollars for furai
ture and equipments. The total cost $150,
000 at seven per cent interest would pay a
rental of 810.500 a year w hich a responsible
citizen is ready anel willing to pay when
such a hotel is ready for occupancy.
In Omaha a company was formed this
year and $200,000 subscribed in one week to
build the Millard House there. It is of
pressing importance that we should do like
wisehere. Who will take the iniative ?
BURNETTS C Ot OAIXE.;
A Lady's Hair Savetl by Its Use.
BURNETTS COCO AINE will keep the hair in a
strong and healthy condition by tiimulating the
root* of the hair and restoring >'he natural acton upon
ich ich the gi-oiclh depend*. Twenty years ago a
single bottle saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
where every other treatment had failed : and since
that early success thousands of cases of Baldness,
Dandruff, Loss of Hair and Irritation of the Scalp
have yielded to this remedy.
The superiority of Bcknett's Flavoeixg Ex
tracts consists in their perfect purity and great
strength.
Improvements on Main Street.
Business men ami people w ho necessarily
j, av e to lx- a good deal on Main street com
p] a j n that the alteration of sidewalks and
t he construction of gutters progresses too
slowly. The Street Supervisor employs only
one or tw . men to help him. and it w ill take
him at this rate until winter to complete
these side wa'ks and gutter*. Owners of
property should understand that they have
the right to employ any one they please to
do this work. The Cin Engineer is bound
to &* ve ^ ra( ^ e a ^ on £ cac "h front, so owners
can have their work done themselves a* soon
^ they choose. By doing this themselves
the e h a nge in the sidewalks and gutters
could a n be completed in a week, and then
aU the obstructions complained of would be
remove( | Tlie wooden sheds over sidewalks
have been ordered removed on Main street
bv Se ptem i>e r ir >t h, and most of the oeeu
stores have alreadv ordered canvas
awniBgs . When this improvement is made
and the sidewalks are reduced to a regular
grade, and the stone gutters are completed,
and the new water pings and hydrants fin
ished. the main street of Helena will he the
pride of onr people, aud just what the City
Council are trying to make it. Then before
winter sets in the city fathers should put up
a half dozen lar p on Main street, and peo
p, e \^n then travel safely ou this thorough
fare by night as well as by day.
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Jam, by H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO.
PE RSON AL
—B. O. Lenoir, of the signal service corps,
has gone noth to Helena to take charge of
the station there.— Ogden Pilot.
—General William Meyers, U. S. A., Chief
Quartermaster of the Department of Dakota,
arrived in Helena yesterday on the overland
coach, and is stopping at the Cosmopolitan.
—Geo. M. Stafford, a son of Captain J. V.
Stafford, of Canyon Ferry,
Stafford, of Canyon Fern*, who recently
graduated with honors at Dartmouth College,
arrived home last week, and will make Mon
tana his permanent home,
T .. , . ,
-J. Hey wood, lor several jeara past well
known to Montana travelers as the Pullman
car conductor on the Utah & Northern, has
resigned his position, and yesterday entered
the service of the Pacific Express Company
on the above road .—Inter Mountain.
—8. D. Hinman. Supervisor of the Indian
census, for Department No. 2, arrived in
Helena yesterday, and is stopping at the In
temational. Mr. Hinmau's district embraces
Minnesota. Dakota Montana. Southern Ida
ho, Wyoming. Nebraska and Kansas.
—James Christie and J. Stewart, of Otta
wa, Canada, English capitalists largely in
terested in Beaverhead county mines, arrived
here last night, and are registered at the Cos
mopolitan. Three \ ears ago Mr. Chnstie--
came to this country, and in that "!
he remarks a number oi great change» in the
place.
in
We were paid a pleasant visit this morn
by Mr. F. P. Wright, the gentlemanly
and energetic representative of Averill, Rus
sell & Carpenter, the great paper manufac
turers of St. Paul. He lias just reached
Helena, having c-ome up the river, and is
stopping at the International, w here he will
l>e some time.
—Mr. William Cranston. for the past two
years foreman of the Herald job rooms,
was a passenger by one of the down river
boats leaving the head ol navigation the
present week. Mr. Cranston is a skillful
and faithful w orkman, and for the time he
was employed here served the Herald with
the utmost acceptance anil fidelity. Mrs.
Cranston, an excellent anel accomplished
lady, accompanied her husband, leaving be
hind in Helena many attached friends to
regret her departure. May all the good of
earth attend them wherever in future they
may east their lot.
—General William Myers. Chief Quar
termaster Department oi Dakota, arrived
Wednesday evening by the overland route
loom St. I'aul ami spent Thursday and b n
day in Helena, welcomed and entertained by
many prominent citizens. General Myres is
on au inspecting tour of the several military
posts of tlie District of Montana, especially
Forts Assinaboine ami Maginuis. and will
probably spend some weeks in the discharge
of offcial duty in the Territory. No military
officer of the Department staff visiting Mon
tana has ever made a better impression upon
our people than General Myres. Me hope
he may come often.
TOWN TALK
—It required thirteen hours to unload the
steamer Black Hills of her late cargo ol
1 "2.0:17 buffalo hides.
—Over 140.000 feet of lumber and thirty
tons of iron are to be usi-d in the construc
tion of the great Bismarck bridge.
—Glendive will soon have a newspaper
called the Times. W. W. Mabee has bought
an outfit and proposes to start a fiest-class
journal.
—Over 500 loaded freight ears are on the
side tracks at Glendive waiting for boats to
reship the good to Miles Cite. 1 elloirstone
Journal.
—The YeUoicstone Journal announces the
tact that tlie N. P. R. R. schedule time be
tween Miles City and St. Paul is less than
three days.
—Tlie information is given by the Rev.
J. R. Russell that the Montana Presbytery
will hold its annual meeting at Bozeman,
commencing ou the 12th of August,
—Tourists are springing up in even,- part
ol the Territory bound lor the famous Na
tional Park, and the indications are that
there will be quite a rush thither from now
on np to September.
Lee and Leigh ran the Inter Mountain and
the Inter Mountains respectively at Butte,
and unless one or the other knocks oft' pretty
soon they are going to get "inter" a squabble
over the circumstance.
—A report reaches Helena from tlie head
of Silver that an extension of the Drum
Lnmmond nr'-ie has been discovered by An
thony Britton and three others, anel quite an
excitement prevails oa the street in conse
quence.
—Railroad mail service has been ordered
to Glendive to Comba, commencing 1st. thus
making another fearful slice from the Miles
At that rate the railroad
ç'itv star route.
company will receive the mail and deliver it
at Glendive and offices betw een Bismarck
am ] Glendive .—Bismarck Tribune.
On the '23<1 of July the Kelton and Wood
River stage was stoped and robbed, near
Soul's Rest, on the Boise road. The robber
secured £600 in gold coin. We learn from
thc Wood River News of Jnly 30th that the
supposed robber was arrested at Bellevue and
lodged in jail. On his
in coin. Circumstantial <*«««« .»
strong against him .—Ogden Filed.
Tlie Montana mine, located at Bonanza,
recently shipped sixty tons of ore to one of
its smelters near Challis. and received in re
turn $80,000 in cash. The cost of getting it
oat and smelting was just £15,000, leaving a
net profit ol $65.000 lor sixty tons of ore
taken ont during the winter, when every
his person was fonnd $530
t-intiil rvùlpnr-o ver>
tantial evidence l> ver.
can he bonght for $200,000 rash.— Blackfo l
Register.
^ ns covered with
snow from six to
said that this mine
A Testament Reviser's Opinion.
The eminent anti tor. Prof. A. C. Kendrick. D.D.,
LL. D., who is professor of Hebrew, latin and
Greek in the University of Rochester, and was one
of the revisers of the New Testament, in general
conversation with a number of gentlemen, a short
time since, said : "1 have received from the use of I
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure very marked
J
benefit and I can most cordially recommend it to
others.'
ROYAL RSS?
tm
»•urmr
«5
3:
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Made from Grape Cream Tartar.—No other pre
p&ration makes such light, flaky hot breads, or
food gold or.'y in cans, by all Grocers.
Royal Basixg Po — ---
CANS & KLEIN,
GREATER ATTRACTIONS!
GREATER INDUCEMENTS !
AND
_ _
LOWER PRICES
THAN EVER BEFORE AT THE
OPENING SALE OF OUR
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
\\-f hive marke« down everything in our Store
and our Stock beyond a question of doubt, both for
MAGNITUDE AND LOW PRICES,
excels all other
country.
Attempts hitherto made in this
We don't wish to enumerate prices or articles in
Stock, but will only say that- we have the Largest
Stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS. BOOTS k SHOES. HATS k CAPS.
BLANKETS, HYDRAULIC HOSE. Etc.,
must be sold.
which
Owing to the several washouts and floods on the
Railroad, our Stock arrives in large bulks, and we
make this sacrifice to get room.
This is no advertising dodge, but
Call and convince yourselves.
real facts.
Snit* Made to Ortlor.
Samples Always on Hand.
CANS &KLEIN.
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COOLEY CREAMERS FOR SAFE.
I have ou hand for sale a few of the celebrated
"Cooley Creamers," different sizes; also, Davis
Swing Chums and Eureka Butter \\ orkers.
particulars address
wlm-jyT • T. WILCOX, Helena.
For
Wanted.
A good female cook, at good wages, ir
H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO.
family. Apply to
Bishop Brewer's Appointments for 1881
s und ay August 2 *th. Sheridan an.l Virginia city.
Sunday! September 4th, Virginia city and Madison
September 6th, Pony,
Sunday. September lith, Bozeman and Fort Ellis
x" "^Uy.^ept^nber S«h,^rwv Agency,
Sunday, September 25th. Fort Custer,
^ n ^ a v > ;^^V^d.i«uiT'hy? 1 * ° ty *
Tuesday, August 16th, Bannaek.
Sunday, August 21st. Virginia City,
^undav Ausrast 2*th. Sheridan and \u
Sunday! October 9th. Bozeman,
Tuesday. October 11th, Hamilton.
Just received, one thousand gallons Raw an«!
Boiled Liuseed Oil, by
H. M. PÄRCHEN k CO.
Just received, a car load of Perfectly Pure
White Lead, by •
H. M. PÄRCHEN k CO.
Ju*t received, a Car Load Window Glass.
all sizes, by H. M. PÄRCHEN k CO.
Fridav, August 12th. Bishop's School House.
Saturday, August 13tli, Poindexter's.
Sunday, August 14th, Dillon.
I
Wednesday, October 12th, Lower Willow Creek.
Tb -sdav. October 13th, Gallatin.
Friday. October 14th Radersburg.
Sunday, October 14th, CenterviUe dan Deep Creek.
Early in November—Convocation at Helena with
Consecration of St. Peter s Church.
Later in November, at White Sulphur Springs,
Chestnut, and South Fork.
STRAYED.
From the South Fork of San
**?y mare branded DA on left shoulder.
giving information about her will be suitably re
Warded. Address L. A. WALKER,
d2a wlt-augfi
n River, one large
boulder. Anv one
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S^ reUry Dearborn Sleep Co.
BARGAINS
In Mens' and Boys'
Clothing, Rubber Boots
and Coats, White Chev
iot Shirts, Cloves, and
everything else in the
line of Mens' Wear.
SAVE 25 PER CENT
By Buying your goods at
the
GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE OF
6REENI00D,
BOOM &
GO'S.
In order to close out our
Summer Stock and make
room for our Immense Fall
Importation, we offer our
Entire Stock of Summer
Goods
FOR LESS THAN COST!
6REENH00D,
B0HM&
HELENA.
GO.,
M. T.
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FARM MACHINERY,
Groceries, Liquors!
c. Hi. VAWTEE
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT Ills STOCK
is complete in all its Branches, ami will he Sold at the
Lowest Possible Prices to
RESPONSIBLE AND CASH CUSTOMERS.
Groceries, k
A'
ment of Staple A
Fancy Groceries, To
bacco. Fine Havana
Uigars. Teas and Cof
fees. Sugar and Soap.
California Canned
Goods, Coal Oil,
Grain and Flour. St.
Louis Flonr. Dried
Fruits. Creamery
Batter. Vinegar.
Crackers dr Cheese.
Bacon aud Beans,
Hams and Eggs.
WMies, fines, k, k
A'
Whisky. (V) Hand-made
Sour-.'fash W hisky, Old Crow
Sour-.Wash Whisky. AV. H. Mr
Brayer Sour - Wash AYhisky.
Horsey Celebrated Rye Whis
ky. G. H. Wunim A Co. Extra
Dry Champagne. Geo. Gonlet
Extra Dry Champagne. Dull
Gordon Sherry, California
Wines, Cognac Brandies. Toln
Rock and Rye. Imported Gin.
Wineral Waters. Appollinaris
Water. SCHLITZ
MHWAÜSEE BEEIL
Asriciimral Impleii
3 AI.\ Steel Skein Wagon
all size*. Kaciiie 4 Sprint
Wagon*. Sitle - Bar Bugfic'
Platform Spring Wagon*
Wagon Top* A Wagon lover*.
CHAMPION
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
Tiger Hay Rake* self-dmnp
ing Sulky - Plow*. Moline
Plows.Olltver'* 1 hilled PI®"*
Plow I» o i ii t *. Nail*. T h '
Chant pion Combined Self
Raking Reaper and Mower.
d&\v6ui-je22
C. L. VAWTER,
Broadway. Helena
FRANKLIN, HUMBERT & 00
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL DEALERS IN
MENS 1 AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
BOYS' CLOTHING 1
Burt's Boots and Shoec for Gents.
d&w-juel3
OBOERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED T<
RINGWALD BROTHERS CO"
BROKERS,
■UlEIiESJ A.,......................................... . ................................
General Broker Business Transacted in all its Branches.
We loan money on all kinds of collateral and good securities - -t ,
Our ^ desi KP 8 of Jewelry, Gems. Guns, Rifles. Pistols. Firdi
as wé SmÂftL 11 ! 8 the 'f r >', fln est quality of goods at the lowest States prices are
the npnnlp of Uh two t ^ le ,ar fre*t brokerage houses in the East, which enables ' ^
nntïkmlll "".y.BOod. 9 ln our line at the lowest States prices. Out motto i- «?
found so mnnpv 'V e 8 YîIi e P^ ease - All goods warranted as represented, or. m a# r ***
in*v .H i 1 ref «odod cheerfully. Parties wanting anv kind of go«alx no
niivlv nilrtr»«« J -----xarucs warning any Kinu oi su»"'-' — ^
SPEC IAL ^ to in ve any information desiretl. , j
to* tW w e would odl the attention of stockmen and all who are in want of F*«^X 0 l»£
worttotawe^Sll L.Û ° f the lar R est ®nd most powerful glasses ma«Ic in the
worth tï) for tM ** V °^- WOrth for »» : one Torth *50 for » ; one worth ^
ity ofJ^U .yyjy 1 * 1 » us with their orders by mail can rely upon getting the v
Call on _ j^ tes P nce8 - AU orders will receive prompt attention. ^ C#-
| daw-fel AWrm *R!3ÎG WAL D BROS
^ Brokers. Helen*- '
H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO.
We will receive in a few dav« t. v
Large Stock of Fresh lWO crop ' ' * very
GARDEN SEEDS.
Which we offer at -trialv
eastern CATALOGUE PRICES
We have already received a Large Stock <
GRASS SEEDS.
Parties desiring Fresh Seeds and to^veCm
expense incident to sending East, win plea'jT a "* i
in their names for our Price* I.i*t anH t*** 1
dredth's Almanac and Descriptive Catalogue to '
H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO,i
Druggists, Helena, M T
PÄRCHEN k IV A CH ELL. Butte. M T '
JNO. STEDMAN,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
New and second hand machinery bought • ■
sold on commission.
A number of second hand punit"*, -team enoir
etc., for sa'e.
Corner <Tnrcnr.il Price street*. Helen.
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IN Yrit MARKET.
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SCA5.
M. T
Kills Lice,
Ticks and all
Parasites that
infest Sheep.
Vastly Superior to
Tobacco, Sul
phur, etc.
T'.:'-* T>'-p prevent* »cratrhiiig
„ >1 'ri-al.v improve* thcquml
v If I He" «uuL F rom one r
; ko gs'.Ions of thc I»ip Prp]
< r.T öi.utcd »ith »ater will I
ffttScicBt to dip one hun
cred sisccp, so that the c<«t of c;pr.r; - :
sheep owners will find that they sr> r.. ;
unproved lteȔth of their flocVs.
Circulars »cut, post-paid-op ft 3TT ■ ~
rrctKin» for its use; «îso ccrtiC a;, j i : ; • : •
growers who hare used !arse quaatit' « < t t ' • 1
pronounce it the most effpetive and reliable txte.-L ;
scab and other kindred diseases c>f sh.-p.
o. MALLn>':i 2 ::r i a. &.
Can be had through ail Commission llc ue-s and l)m w t
w3in-jy21 H. M. PARC'HEN4C0.
AVERY HOUSE,
GLENDALE. - - - MONTANA,
Refitted and newly fumndied throughout, includ
ing Sample Room* for Commercial Traveler?. Fine
bar connected with thc house. The Culinary De
partment will to presided over by a Profesäooaj
American Cook.
%v]y-nov25 IL H. AVERY. Proprietor.
DR. P. F. MADDEN,
Helena.......................................... 'Ionian»
Office—On Broadway, opposite Herald office.
Particular attention paid to di-ea-es of Water,
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WALTER W, DeLACY,
U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Sfirveyor General's Ofice.
ÎIKLEYA.
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MONTAXA.

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