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From the Dallv Hera'd of August 21. GOLD EXCITEMENT AT MISSOULA. A Legitimate Stampede Citizens. of Missoula's The Golden •»and* .»lile» of tlit: \\ it hi ll City. Three The report yesterday by telegraph that gold in paying quantities had been dis covered dose to the town of Missoula is confirmed to-day by a gentleman who ar rived in Helena this morning, who spent mast of Wednesday among the workers and gold hunters. Mr. K. J. Cudner, the pro tern, editor of the Missoula Time*, in the absence of Mr. Spaulding, the editor and proprietor, who came into the Herald sanctum this morning, is authority for the following. He says the discovery was made by F. L. Pilcher, w ho has l>een pros pecting for some time in the neighborhood of Deer creek and Missoula river, and that 300 claims had already been staked on the two streams. The discovery of gold was made last Saturday, but it was not until Monday and Tuesday that a rush was made to the mines, about three miles from Missoula, to any extent. Mr. Cudner 6ays that on these two days there were five hundred peop le sc attered u p an d dow n the creek and river. Both sides ol the stream are staked lor a distance of three miles, mostly along the river shore, and including the banks at whatever distance from the water. The bars on Deer creek are being worked, and an active, busy, rustling set of miners are scattered everywhere, mostly now as enthusiastic prospectors. Une man, he says, a Mr. Kobn, a harness maker in Missoula, got a number of coarse colors from four pans of dirt. "While the present prospect is .flattering the hope is mostly pinned upon bedrock, which is believed to he fabulously rich. The excitement ex tended to nearly every citizen of Missoula, and they are impressed w ith the idea that they have a genuine paying gold placer, and the biggest kind of a stampede. \\ hat .Must W e Do to be Saved t This question is pertinent at this time in view of the fact that something must be done to save us as a people from the ruin ous drain upon our cash for supplies that come to Montana from the cast, south and west. As a question of figures, it can be demonstrated that oui grand resources from mines, placers and herds are sorely taxed to keep even w ith the drain that occurs daily for importations of various kinds that enter into onr domestic economy. That we may arrive at the figures for the outgoing caßh lor the whole Territory, we will state the probable imports in bulk at Helena, and the value in order that some thing near a correct estimate may be made of what we are doing, not that we may be saved, but what we are doing to bring i about our own destruction. From the startling figures that appear in a well prepared estimate of the debit side of our ledger, it will be seen that it will be necessary for onr dairymen to make our own butter ; our brewers to manufacture our beer ; our ranchmen to supply our eggs: the farmers to furnish our flour, potatoes, poultry, bacon, lard, hams, and vegetables, and such fruits as we grow in Montana. It is not too extravagant an estimate to say that Helena imports this year 9.000 tubs of butter of 50 R>s each, at a cost of 25ets. per pound................................ §112,000 j 40.000 sucks of flour at $2.50.................... 100,000 9.000 cases of eggs. 270,000 dozen, at 25cts 67,500 : 4,500 eases of beer, 9,000 doz., at §1.50........ 13,500 ; 400,000tbs lard at 13cts.............................. 52,CW , 300,0001^8 ham at 14cts.............................. 42,000 ' 650,000ths bacon at 13c ts........................... 84,000 lOO.OOOtbs pork at 7cts................................ 7,000 I 2.000 turkeys _at 12.,,,............................... 4,000 , lft,000 chickens at 30cts............................ 5,400 t 200.000 B>s vegetables, including potatoes, corn, peas, etc,, at2cts........................... 4,000 ! Fruits—grapes, berries, melons, etc., 400,000 lbs at 20 eta................................. 80,000 j Making a total of............................ 1571.900 of clean cash* that leaves Helena in a twelve-month never to return. In the es timate of vaincs the freight is included in the computation. And excepting the item for fruits and say $5,000 for fish, the whole of the above vast expenditure could be saved to the Territory if people would only reflect upon the downward road such ac tion is sure to lead and apply the remedy. We might as well import lead to smelt our valuable silver ores as to bring in flour from the East and West when our wheat crop is more than self-sustaining. And it is a reproach n pon our intelligence and judgment to imagine that we should send elsewhere for our beer, when we have as good and as pure made from our own pro ductions by our friends and neighbors. It is as suicidal for us to send abroad for creamery butter of doubtful make-up, when our dairymen can make the best but ter in the world, and when the capacity of our dairies could be increased so as to keep even with the demand for pure ranch but ter. This state of afl'airs should be carelully considered and the remedy applied before we grow poor by destroying the very in dustries that make us what we are. A little reflection upon these matters will teach us to have more regard for our . own tradesmen, and the more we study the question of supporting home industries the sooner will we be convinced that we must not "kill the goose that lays the golden egg-" A Centipede Corraled. George Booker has in pickle a tine speci men of the centipede species yesterday cap tured alive in a Main street shop, whither it had found its way in a shipment of Cali fornia fruit. Its cavorting over the fiocr was cheeked by George planting his sub stantial brogan on its ugly head, and in that position it was firmly held till a pair of tongs grabbed i»s squirming body and dropped the venomous reptile into a bottle of alcohol. In this shape Mr. Booker is exhibiting his catch in all its length—four inches—and with all its legs—forty pairs— to an interested public to whom centipedes are a genuine curiosity. It Is well understood by the community that Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has consti tuted for years past one of the special domestic staples. It is unquestionably, if the opinions of chemists, pbysicirns and all classes of consumers are worthy of acceptance, the purest and best Baking Powder eve r pla^-ed in our market. From the Dailv Heraid of August 12. A liberal offer. Three Hundred Dollars »or Plans lor City Building'. The chairman, on behalt ot the Com mittee on Public Buildings of the city of Helena, oilers the sum of $300 for the plans ;md specifications that may be accepted for the construction of public buildings for the city. Here is a fine opportunity for architects to earn a good lee for their work, and to establish a reputation for fine draw ings. The committee starts out with a proper spirit to obtain what the people want, that is, a class of public buildings that will be a credit to our growing town and a convenience to the several branches of the city government. The ofier ol $100 is also made by the committee for the plans and specifications which shall be de cided to lie second in merit. So far so good, the start, we take it, lore shadows the liberal views of the commit- ' tee, and it may lie expected that the con- j templated city building will be such a one as we might take a pride in. Of course j the block will be built of brick two stories high, and as near fire proof as possible. There can be a tine display of a building j in which will he grouped together the quarters and rooms of theFre Department, City Hall, Police court and jail. And in | a^jug bids for the plans, etc., of such a building, the committee expect that the money offered will procure plans, etc. fully up to the advanced condition of approved architecture. It would seem that the limit of $8,000 would not procure such a building as would furnish ample quarters for the lire department and city govern ment. And so far as style and indestructi bility are concerned, there can be but one opinion among our citizens, and that would be to have good, substantial buildings of a permanent nature that would be an orna ment to our city, and a credit to the au thorities that conceive and build them. i j : ; , ' St. Peter's Mission School. The Jesuit Fathers have prepared a large stone building which will be devoted in part to educational purposes at their Mis sion near Fort Shaw. The school is for boys and is located in one of the mœt romantic spots of the country, and being situated close up among the buttes of the mountains on Mission creek, presents to the eye a scene of beauty seldom found in Montana. The school is about fifteen miles from Fort Shaw and about seven miles from Eagle Kock station on the Benton road. The school will be under ihe direction of the Rev. C. Damiani, but further particu lars may be obtained from C. Imoda at the Cathedral. Helena. See advertisement. A Much Needed Improvement. One of the main traveled roads to the Valley was on the east side of Last Chance Gulch, running just west of the new Gas works. The Northern Pacific railroad in building their track made a deepeut which made the old country road impassable. We are pleased to learn however, that the N. P. Co. propose to bridge the cut which will enable carriages, wagons and other vehicles to cross the track without danger. Either this should be done or a flagman stationed at this crossing, as there is quite a curve in the road, and the approaching trains from the East scarcely giye timely warning to ; travelers. The company is acting wisely i in making this needed improvement, for if ; left in this way some serious accident is li- I able to occur at any time. ■ ; : I J j j I I , t ! j Large Reward. The Governor of Idaho has offered a re* ward of $1,000 for the apprehension of the murderers of Aaron Morris, who was as sassinated near Hailey a few days ago, making an aggregate of $6,000 reward now tendered for the criminals. It isntated, on the part of some who claim to know, that a woman fignres in this calamity. It is rumored, also, that a party has been ar rested who has made a confession of being connected with the deed. The White Sulphur Springs Hotel. Aaron Hershfield, President of the White j Sulphur Springs Association, returned from \ the Springs last night. While there he j rem oved Bush, the manager, for incompe- , tency and ungentlemanly behavior to i guests and the traveling public. The j stockholders of the association had also : been misled, by the statements of Bush, to ! . believe that the affairs of the association were being honestly and faithfully ad ministered by Bush, whereas they were not, as an examination of the hooks evi denced. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague, formerly of the Grand Central Hotel, are now in charge of the Springs property. Declined, with Thanks. Some poetic thoughts, attuned to rhyme and measure, are received from a prospector beyond the Belt Range. An objection of weight to their acceptance is the chirogra phy in which they are framed. The average printer would be perplexed with the authors "phist" to an extent, we fear, that would greatly mar the original text, ana thus fail to do the writer justice. Un willing to permit liberties of this kind to I be taken with a manuscript that, properly deciphered, might unfold a beauty other wise undiseernible, we discreetly withhold the poem from publication. The Isabel Mine. The first shipment of ore—a car load— from the Isabel mine was made yesterday to Newark, New Jersey. The ore is car bonate. The mine is situated ahont seven miles west of Helena, and is owned by the Quartette Mining Co., and is nnder the management of T. G. Merrill, one of the owners. Lacrosse Club Election. At a meeting of the Helena Lacrosse club held last night at the Northern Pa cific land office, the following permanent officers were elected : Chairman—E. A. Wins tan ley. Secretary and Treasurer—J. E. Wilson. ' From the Daily Herald of August 23. A NEW TRIAL GRANTED. Carl J. Adolphson, I nder Sentence for a Capital Offense, Gets a Chance for His Lite. This man was tried at the June term, 1883, of the Gallatin county District Court and convicted of murder. He was sen tenced to be hanged in August, 1883. A full liench not being present at the August session of the Supreme Court the acting Governor granted him a respite until February 27. 1884. * A full bench of the Supreme Court not being present in Janu ary, 1884, the President of the 1'nited States granted a respite until September 1, 1884. The case has just been heard by the Supreme Court at its present session in Helena on appeal, and the Court has de cided that the evidence was not sufficient or of such a character as to warrant his conviction. The judgment was rendered and a new trial granted. St. Vincent's Female Academy. This popular institulion of learning, which has been tested for its educational advantages for about fifteen years, by a large attendance of young ladies from all parts of the Territory, will commence its 14th academic year on the first Monday of September. The Academy is exclusively for females, ( Doarders and day scholars,) conducted by the Sisters of Charity, under the most approved appliances for teaching. The academic year extends from the first Monday of September to the last Thursday of June, and embraces in its course all the branches of a polite, useful and Christian education combined, with the accom plishments of vocal and instrumental music, drawing, painting, plain and orna mental needle work. The success attend ing the exhibition of the painting, draw ing and sketching display of the pupils, as shown at the end of the last term, was witnessed by a large number of spectators, who were pleased at the manifest profi ciency of the school in these branches. The Academy is located in a romantic and healthy part of the city and is much improved by a large brick addition, which is nearing its completion, that will lie used for class rooms on the first floor and dormitories on thesecond. This additional building will greatly improve the advan tages of the Academy for large sleeping rooms, with high ceilings and good ventila tion. The grounds have been improved and the Sisters are prepared to extend the usefulness of the Academy to a larger number of pupils, where all will havAwore room. Attention is called to the adver tisement. Him»ell Out Black Diamond Knock of Time. The famous Mambrino Diamond, popu larly called "Black Diamond,''belonging to Governor Crosby and H. Brady Wilkins, of Helena, by a powerful exertion over reached himself yesterday morniDg at the Helena race track, when he was on the course for practice. It appears that his trainer has been giving him some severe work of late and had gotten the noble animal down to 2.24J, when yesterday, in the effort to beat this splendid record, he sprained his right fore-arm at the wrist joint, dislocating the navicular bone, pro ducing a permanent injury that will for ever keep him off the track. There is a general regret expressed at this unfortu nate accident to such a splendid animal and for the severe loss that will fall upon his enterprising owners. His loss will be generally felt at the Helena races next month, where he would have been, as ever, a popular favorite. j \ j , i j : Sun River Canal Company. Yesterday at a meeting of the Snn River Canal Company, W. H. Green was awarded the contract for the first 8 miles* of this great irrigating scheme, which is probably the largest of the kind in the country, and will cover land enough for a good sized State. A. M. Holter, President. Alex. H. Beattie, Secretary. H. M. Pärchen, Treasurer. J. D. McIntyre, Engineer and Superin tendent. Within the chain of this canal are sev eral large lakes that will he utilized as water reservoirs that will add greatly to the volume of the canal Mr. Green will go to work at once with 20 to 50 men. Sales of Real Estate. C. W. Cannon has made sales of the fol ! lowing property : I analyzed most of the articles used by man To Walter Scott, lot 19 and part of lot 18, block 541—$300. To Napoleon B. Rand, half of lot 18, block 541, cash—$150. To D. A. Cory, lots 1 and 2, block 5 in Hanser's addition, cash—$1,200. To Geo. Crnik8hank, lots 5, 26 and 27, block 542, cash—$600. To Wm. H. H. Scott and Geo. Stephens, lots 5 and 16, block 544—$400. To John Barkley, lots 11 and 12, block 9, Hauser's addition, cash—$1,000. HORRIBLE! Prof. Conimen Sense Sheds Light on the Baking-Powder Subject. To the Price' Baking-Powder Com pany : In compliance with your instruc tions I have bought and chemically tested some potatoes and turnips. I have now for food, and find them to contain the chem ical elements of the soil in which they grow, and it is my opinion that com, flour, pota toes, turnips, cabbages, and. in short, all cereals and vegetables are unfit for use. I find that to grow these articles profita bly the greedy, unscrupulous farmer mixes with the soil gnano, stable manure, dead fish and contents of vaults, and to think of using for food anything produced from these things is too utterly disgusting to be entertained. I find also that the common air we breathe and all water, meat and milk con tain ammonia, and yield to the system more thereof than any baking powder bis cnit ever conld, and I have therefore pro hibited the nse of air, meat, milk, water and all the vegetables and cereals in my family. Thanking you for fee inclosed in your order, ($100), I am, truly yours, C. SENSE, M. D., Professor of Chemistry. Copied from Chicago Tribune, July 1884. w8t-jy31-augl4-28 TOWN ANDJTEBRITORY. • Missoula's assessment roll, it is thought, will foot up close to $2,000,000. It is anticipated the Anaconda smelting works will lie started up Sept. 15. In New York, on the 14th, 200 shares of the Alice mining stock, sold for $2.75. W e call attention to the local advertise ment of' Wanted—Cattle on Shares." The party advei rising is experienced, reliable and responsible. New North- West : Messrs. Morgan Evans, W. H. Norton and others shipped their 50, 000 pound clip of wool from Stuart to Bos ton last .Monday. The Greenhood gold medal, to be award ed to the successful bicyclist during the Territorial Fair, is on exhibition at Armit age's jewelry store. The decision to day of the Supreme Court in the Yellowstone murder case was adverse, and Young will, unless pardoned, suffer the extreme penalty for his crime. George Herrmau has the brick work completed to the top of his third story front on Broadway, and the joists arc being laid to-day for the upper floor of his furni ture warerooms. Do the Democrats want office'.'' The dozens and scores of announcements of vol unteer candidates in various of the Terri torial papers, faintly indicate their readi ness to serve the country. The Trustees of the Helena Public Schools have completed the improvement to the assembly room of the Graded School, which they have divided into two class rooms by a plastered partition. Courier : We learn that all the mills and arastras at Red Bluff and Sterling are be ing successfully operated this season, and it is reported that five more stamps are soon to be added to the mill at Red Bluff. The most powerful effort of his life, it is said, will be the speech of Dr. Mitchei., placing in nomination for Delegate Hor. McCormick, of Missoula. A Deer i W. J Lodge neighbor says, "It will be a sky ripper."' The Florence Canal Company tiled its articles of incorporation yesterday. The capital is $75,000. D. H. Cuthbert, Thos. Eckles, John D. McIntyre, August Weisen born and James Sullivan, are the incor porators. Geo. White this afternoon fell from a scaffold in Sanford & Evans' new building, ldwer Main street. It was at first thought that he was seriously injured, and Dr. Cole was called; but happily the injuries to Mr. White were found to be slight, and Monday will probably see him at work again. Deer Lodge county has no lack of Demo crats willing to take office. Among the announcements are four for Assessor, two for Coroner, three for jSherifl', two lor Pro bate Judge, two for County Clerk, and one for Treasurer—an even dozen to date. Other aspirants in outlying precincts re main to be heard from. ! I ! , ; From the Exchange corner comes this political item, which may mean much or little, just as the reader sees fit to con strue it : "Yes, sir, Democrats want a swap around of offices. It's time for another set of men. A new shuttle and a square deal all 'round is what's called for. Nothing short of that will do this year. - ' The Helena Classical School girls paity last night at the residence of Hon. Cornelius Hedges, was a brilliant and enjoyable affair, and was largely attended. The music, by Homer Hewins' band, was excel lent, and the refreshments, which were in great variety, were of the very best. The party was kept up until after 12 o'clock. Editor Stevens, of the Townsend Tran chant , is talked of as a Legislative candi date. Stevens is a square-toed Republican, I but among the Meagher county voters who j want him to make the race are many j Democrats. It is surmised that the county division question will be no inconsiderable factor in influencing the Meagher nomina tions this year. The return of Col. A. M. Woolfolk from a protracted stay in Chicago creates some stir in Democratic circles. His unexpected appearance just now is regarded as some what complicating the Delegate question. There are Democrats who think the Colonel entitled, for services rendered, to Maginnis' shoes, and intimations are heard that he will presently loom up as a formidable candidate for the Democratic nomination. To-day Samuel M. LeRoy was admitted to practice before the Territorial Supreme Court. Mr. LeRoy passed a most search ing examination before Messrs. Hedges and Toole, examining committee of the coart, and on making the motion to the court for his admission, Mr. Toole paid him a high compliment for his knowledge of the law. We congratulate Mr. LeRoy on his admis sion to a full fledged membership to the profession. Courier : Some of the Dakota Fife wheat, sown in the Gallatin valley last spring, is now ripe, and a peculiarity is discovered in it that the grains are much larger and plumper than the seed sown. An experi enced miller, who gave it an examination, gives it as his opinion that in three years the Fife wheat raised in Montana will be as soft as the Club or Toas varieties, al though its flouring qualities may be some what superior. Courier : During the past week many Bozeman sportsmen have been out enjoy ing the shooting season. Among the most prominent and successful baggers of birds we may mention Charles H. Cobb, John Cummings and Ed. C. Alderson, who killed twenty-three chickens before 9 o'clock Friday morning; Receiver Carlin, Register Chisholm, T. B. Sacket, and A. P. Clark, who during the day bagged about an eqnal number of grouse. Jeweler Pease and John Cubberl were also out, and are re ported to have brought in thirty-five grouse as the result ol a lew hours' hunting. Bank Suspension. Albion, N. Y., August 21.—Owing to the absence of the president the business of the First National Bank of Albion is suspended by order of the board of direc tors, until an examination can be had of its affairs. Failed. Boston, August 21. — Blainey Bros., morocco manufacturers at Lynn, have failed. ; to-day's Herai.ii. his residence, on at that place. The reverend Father is an —Charles D. Labresche is is the city from the Dearborn. — R. H. Clendenning, of Martinsdale. Meagher county is in the city. —Col. A. 31. Woolfolk, of the Independ ent, returned last night after an absence east of several months. — B. F. Hooper, of Boulder valley, is in the city to-day attending to business be töre the U. S. land office. — W. W. Dixon, who has had several im portant cases before the Supreme Court, returned last night to Butte City. — C. H. Leadbetter chief of the Bancroft Historical Commission, returned yesterday from a short trip to San Francisco. —Dr. Eckles and F. R. Wallace, accom panied by their families, went out yester day on a camping and fishing excursion. — W. W. Alderson, editor of the Avant Courier, arrived from Bozeman yesterday and will stop with his Capital friends till Saturday. —Major Henry Clayton, paymaster U. S. A., who has been east on leave, returned te Helena last night, bringing his family with him. The card of Dr. C. K. Cole appears in The doctor's office is at Grand street. Office hours from 12 to 3. Telephone No. 78. —Mr. Kirkpatrick, a prominent lawyer of Salt Lake, of the firm of Bennett, Hark ness & Kirkpatrick, after a short visit to the Capital, returned home by last night's train. —Mrs. Neil and daughters, Misses Florence and Edith, wife and children of ex-Governor John B. Neil, of Idaho, are in the city and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Marshall. —The Rev. D. Haltou, of the Catholic church, is under orders from the Bishop of Helena to take station at Livingston, where he will have charge of the church eloquent preacher, and he leaves behind him many friends in Helena who would wish him a longer stay among them. —A prominent guest within our gates is Hon. W. F. Swift, of Michigan, State Sen ator of the Marquette district, who is visit ! iug for a few days with Secretary Tooker. Mr. Swift is one of a number of Eastern I capitalists who compose one of the large ! cattle companies of this Territory, and with a brother has improved the season's outing in looking over the feed ranges of , Eastern Montana. More recently he has made the tour of the National I'ark, tak ing in the geystrs, waterlalls and other matchless sights of Wonderland. As a delegate-at-large in the Chicago eenven tionMr. Swift s influence was a factor in carrying solidly to Blaine the vote of Michigan. His is a commonwealth that has never wavered in the column of Re publican States, and. as the Senator says, it will not falter now. We are glad to meet the gentleman aDd cordially welcome his visit to the Capital City of Montana. I WANTED-CATTLE ON A HA REN. A reliable and experienced man, who can give any refejence required, would like to take one hundred head of cows on shares, for a term of three or flve years. Has a tine ranch, abundant range, and one hundred tons of hay put up—in one of the l»est localities in Meagher county. Has favorable figures from a party in Minnesota to furnish the cattle on board the cars at Fargo by the first or middle of Octol>er. The investment is one that will pay a large interest. Would not object to I» working partner, who has the re quired capital. Address, at onee, "Hairyman," care Hekald office, Helena, Montana. d<&wtf-aug22 RANCH FOR SALK. The undersigned offer for sale their Hay and Stock Ranch, consisting of 400 acres, situated in the Missouri valley, four miles from Bedford, and thirty miles from Helena. A choice location for a Horse or Dairy ranch. The ranch is abund antly supplied with water, and cuts the finest blue joint hay. For price and any particulars required, address FISK BROS., wtf-janl7 Helena, Montana. New Saddle House, Wm. Glaseman, late of Roberts A Olassman, proprietors of the Cheyenne Saddle Shop,Helena, M. T., has purchased the businessof L. H. Rosen cranz, of Fort Benton. Mr. Glaseman has a wide spread reputation as a saddler and the following is a testimonial of some of the most influential stock men of the Judith Basin, which speaks for itself : Jcdith Basin, M. T., July 20,1883. Dear SiR-We, the undersigned, cow men of the Judith Basin, having used your saddles for the past year, find them far superior to all others for durability, workmanship, and for being the best cow saddles for general use. Horace Brewster. Chas. Brewster. Jesse Phelps. Perry Westfall. James Howard. Jno Campbell Jim Smith. * David S. Phelps, Ed Olden. Ensign Sweet. Sim Campbell. daw "HACKMÏTACK," a lasting and fragrant per fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. SHILOH'S CURE WILL immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. A NASAL INJECTOR Iree with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by H. M. Pärchen A 4'«., d*w-ly-sep20 Helena. M. T. TEST YODR BA KB6 PO WDER TO-DAY! Brands advertised as absolutely pure COWTAIW AMMONIA. THE TEST : Place a can op down on a hot stove until heated,than remove the ct ver and smell. A chemist will not M re quired to detect the presence of ammonia. PR I b«JA & WP DOES SOT CONTAIS AMMONIA. ITS HIALTHFILNES8 HAS NEVER BEES <H KSTIOXRD. In a million homes for a quarter of a century it haa stood the consumer«' reliable test, THE TEST OF TIE OVEN. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., Up DnfnffU The slrsaCMl,aM*t Mklwa iiJ ..tkr.IA.tor kaowii,.ad Dr. Prict's Lupulin Yufttl Bums For Light, Healthy Bread, The Best Dry Hop Yeast in the World. MAKEPä OF W. «. BAILEY ét CO. Having completed arrangements for their new Jewels Establishment, to be opened shortly, will offer their pres . ent fine stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Solid Silverand Plated Ware at IMMENSE REDUCTIONS Please Call, Examine, and be Convinced. W. C. BAILEY & CO. Special attention to XVateli Repairing, etc. Manu fact u rim; from Native Gold, and Engraving. standard the HIGHEST ! <i.t w]y-octl6 _ RALEIGH & CLARKE Main Street, Helena, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions. Ready Made Garments of all descriptions for Ladies and Children. We are daily receiving goods for the Fall and Win. ter Trade, and will show at all times during the sea son the largest stock, best assortment, and cheapest line of Dry Goods, Suits and Wraps to be found in Helena. FINE SHOES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. We carry the best line of reliable hand-made shoes west of Chicago, being agents for a number of the best shoe manufacturers in the country, in cluding the Sole Agency in Helena of E. C. Burt's celebrated New York Shoes, and offer the best French Kid Shoe in this make at $5.50 per pair in all widths. >Ve invite the attention of all cash and prompt paying customers, assuring them that they will receive prompt attention, standard goods and scood values at this establishment. RALEIGH & CLARKE. A. J. DAVIDSON, MANUFACTURER, JOBBER. And dealer in HARNESS, 8ADDLEBY, LEATHER, HIDES AND WOOL. FOR SALE .--A few BAIN WAGONS. Will be SOLD CHEAP to close them out dawly-janl MAIN STREET. HELENA, !HT. T. Grand Clearing Sale OF SUM1IEE CLOTHING ! AT LE8S THAN ACTUAL COST. Summer Suits, Summer Coats, Summer Pants, Summer Underwear, Linen Dusters, Straw Hats. AND ALL 600DS APPEETAIMNG TO SOU WEM AT LESS THAN COST! We don't wish to carry any of these goods over for an otherHseason, and are bound to sell them to make room for FALL AND WINTER SHIP MENTS. Respectfully, CAWS & KLEIN. GRAND CLEARING SALE AT "THE FAIR." Sweeping reduction in prices in Bugs, Mats, Blankets, Table linen, Towels, Remnents, Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, Embroiderys, Threads, Buttons. Paper 8 - Envelopes, Inks, Mncilege, Toys, Vailses, Pictures, Notions, etc. Also, a iine of Tinware at prices never offered before. Gents pure Parra Gum Coats, checked lined, at $2 50. Ladies Circulars BrwRdway. Helen»' *• T '