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Out Hilling« Letter.
Billing*, M. T., May 15, 1 kh. V
X<> tin F.ditor of the liera!«! :
The lire of Saturday, the 2d in»t, of
which you have bad full advice«, ha« i ua j e
our growing little hunt look lik a Mas.-a
( hu«ett*ilH»ok agent did in '55* away back
i q l'enu^y Ivania "like unto an hen with
out* chicken. I his latter quotation ha*
do meaning reflection upon the public
«p ritrd citizen« .*f Rilling*, for they are
many, but there are always a few chronic
hen* iu a roo«t w ho are jealous of their
««uperior car]«t-»»aggeni on this would-lie
Muatl-ane sphere. However, under all the
.li#ad\»utageN attendant upon the late lire
your cwrre*i»ondent believe* that the little
city will lt*«B rirength and many augmen
tation«» to its future wealth and prosperity
t.v it«« late misfortunes in block known as
HI. Hath building in the entire block
readily succumlied to the match and,as we
judge, al*out a five gallon can of coal oil.
Who purchased the oil, who sold it, and
who applied the brimstone is yet to lie de
termined. Our detectives have not that
I J'mLrrtoH *ogacity of seeing in the
<iaik or long ere this the "fiendish friend, ■
with murderous intent would have been
brought is*fore the bars of justice.
our courteous photographer, Mr. Finch,
who lost all of his cameras and negatives, ;
is completing his gallery with rapidity,
lie is placing it on the alkali desert many i
many yards from any other building, as
he wishes to be safe from future fires.
I*r Koltes and William Filers are erect
ing '*o new brick buildings on the vacant
lot alio I e the burned district.
The First National Rank has had erect
ed a temjKirary building for occupation
until their large and commodious struc
ture. cotu|iosed of native stone and brick,
shall have lieen completed.
The laxly of Mr. Alfred O. Lindsley,
thief clerk of the Headquarters Hotel. ;
who was drovvnet! at Ifapids on the *J4th
ult. while duck huntmg on the Vellow
stoue with several companions, was secured
in the mer ou Tuesday last by Messrs.
James t.rady aud William Clancy, who
had liecu sent in quest of the body. His
remains, in au almost perfect state of.
preservation, were brought down on Tues
day evenings train. He was an honored
member of the A. O. L\ W. uud of the ,
Killings Cun Club. As the remains
reached the city they were placed in
charge of Mr. C. F. Karney, our popular
furniture dealer and undertaker, who
urver spares any pains to accommodate
either the liviug or the dead.
Mr. Lindsley « people reside far away iu
the New Fuglaud State of Connecticut.
They ordered that his remains lie forward
ed to New Haven for interment. Mr. Kar
ney was therefore ordered to provide a
suitable casket to convey the remains jf
the poor unfortunate to their last resting
place in the Fast. This was soon accomp
lished, and on Wednesday evening the re
mains were placed in state in the spacious
and elegaut parlors of the Killings Gun;
Club w here they remained until the eveu
ing's east-hound train, when they were
placed almard ami started Fastw ard in
charge of Hon. F. S. Greene, who was dele
gated by the widow of the deceased to
take them to her iu Connecticut.
There cannot lie too much credit given
Mr. C. K. Karuey for the manner in which
he performed Ins duties in this case. The
casket, as it lay in state, was most lieaufi
tiful to look upon, indeed. Not "wild flow
er*." a« the local paper in common
parlance called them, but the lieautilul aud
sweet-scented white lillie* of the prairie
ami desert w hich the God of Nature has
adorned to us in his great goodness, were
most majestually arrangi-d upon the cas
ket. At the head a beautiful cascade of
these flowers, on the breast of the coffin a
cross, and ou its foot end a tlowery grot.-s- I
que, surrounded ou each side by creeping
ivy. At Ô p. iu. the remains were received
by the A. O. U. W. and the Gun Club,
beaded hv the Killings Krass Kami, and
conveyed to the Fpiscopal chapel, where
the Kev. Alfred Brown delivered a most
beautiful and interesting « oration on the
many virtues of the deceased, and which
was in keeping with the thoughts of all
who listemsl to his remarks, lor they weit*
only justly expressed in justice to cue of j
our" last citizens, who has, in an indiscreet
moment, taken his voyage to "the great
Un<«r " CASSIUS.
«•* «♦
( aptinc ol Kiel.
WiNMPKG. May 1«. —News comes here
this morning from teliable sources that
the reliel leader was captured yesterday
by the Dominion troops. His followers are
scattered and it is believed the reliel lion is
ended.
•Sr. 1'AI L, May 16—A special to the :
Evening DisjtaUh from Guardepuys C ross
ing via Clarke's Crossing, dated May lath,
savs : The report that Kiel has lieen cap
tured is continue«!. Many of the rebels
are giving up their arms, ami the ldielliao
has lieen .-ntirely emled. Diehl, Theme
and Armstrong, three scouts, captured
Kiel at noon, lie was on the road three
mil«« north of Batouche. nml was in com
pany with three young men. all ol whom
were armc-d. Diehl saitl to him :
"I am surpnse«l to see you here.
Kiel replie«! : "I was «-oming to give
myself up."
lie said his wife and family were across
the river. \\ bile talking to him Boultons
s«*outs was seen coming up and Kiel lie
c.inic atraul of lieing shot. He l**gge«l his
captors to take him into camp themselves.
Accordingly Diehl went otf for his horse,
but when a little distance away BoulUm s
««•outs got clos«* aud Theme ami Armstrong
took Kiel on one «if their horses aud taking
unfrequented r«ia«ls will bring Kiel into
camp this afternoou.
Gi AKIIEI'I Vs CLoss iXU, May l.V—Kiel
was brought iu at 3:JU this afternoon. He
walked quietly to the General's tent. Kiel
asked Armstrong if lie would get a civil
or military triai. Kiel appears «*arewarn
and haggard. While talking to G«*ueral
Middleton, us well as «*ould tie seen from
tin* outside of the tent, his eyes rolled from
ule to side.
A Mini king Crime.
H m.i.n a. Ark .May 16.—At Friar's Point
>ut leu days ago, an old Cbinatuau was
it» n severely by two or three citizens
1 ordered to leave the town, which he j
,rted to «Fi, going on a w harf boat to
it for the boat, sell-authorized vigilantes,
d at this, went to the wharl,
Chinaman, threw him into the
in Lis failing to drown as quick
desired, shot him to death. The
perpetrators of the murder claim that the
Cuinaman assaulted* young white gill, the
«laughter of «me* of the lynching jaity. hut
other citizens say that he meant no harm
t«i the girl, and did nothing to alarm her.
The persons concerned iu the affair are
prominent citizen* of that town, and are
divided into two factions. «>ne desiring to
shield criminals and the other eudeavoriug
to have the law enforced.
htn sa
rive
ly a
A Lift: TKKM.
Allred iloyer Henteared to the Teni
t entlarv lor Lite lor the Murder
»I his W lie.
The mu.-1er, the particulars of which
are briefly detailed in the following lines,
is yet of too recent a date to have lieen
forgotten by our citizens.
Almut 10 o'clock ou the night of July
•*»tb, l-M, Alfred Boyer, Jr., living with his
wife and his fa'her on Peterson creek, four
miles southeast of Deer Lodge, «hot through
the breast and killed his wife, age«! 18
years, to whom he bad lieen marrie«! «inly
about «ix mouths previous at Ware Village,
Mass. The history of the crime having
lieen publishe«l at the time, it is unneces
sary to recite further than that it is well
known that 1 foyer became very jealous of
his wife, that the threatened to leave him,
and that as he said to the officers, imme
diately after his arrest, he preferre«i to kill
her rather than have her go and live with
another man. Whether there was any
occasion for his apprehension has not lieen
showu. He is not a man of much brains
or foelmg, but seems to have lieen jiassion
ately fond of his wife in a mercurial, boyish
kind of a way, up until the time jealousy
made a demon of him.
The case was tried at the Herein tier term
of court, and he w as found guilty of mur
der in the first degree, hut his attorneys,
K now les »V For bis, secure«! a new trial on
th«- ground of newly «liscovered evidence—
the fact of the woman's clothes having
lieen |mwder burned, which was not brought
out in the eviilence In*lore the court. The
case came up again this term. W. Y. Pem
berton, Fsq , District Attorney, appearing
for the Territory, aud Messrs. Knowles &
Forbis for détendant. The plea of the «Je
teuse was that the shot was accidental and
the case to this end was well conducted on
examination and argument, but the facts
as show n iu evidence were too overwhelm
mgly cumulative against that hypothesis
and Mr. Pemberton presented them in one
of the strongest arguments we have heard
at the Montana Bar. The jury was out
only a few hours and returned a verdict of
guilty of murder in the second degree, and
fix<*«l the penalty at .mpnsoument for life.
There seems to have lieen some question in
the mind of one or more jurors as to the
premeditation in the rniud of Koyer to kill
the woman, and the result was the jury
gave him the lienetit of the doubt, but
fixe«! his penalty iu the se«*ond degiee at
the highest limit. The verdict accords
with public sentiment, save those who be
lieve his atrocious crime should have lieen
punished by the highest penalty of the law.
—JWtr North - Bed
Honor« to Komuroll.
S r. PETEESHI kg. May 16.—The t zar lias
sent General Komarotf a sworii of honor.
The hilt of the sword is gold ami the scab-
bard richly set with diamonds. The pres-
ent was a«-(*oiupanie«l by an autograph let-
ter from the Czar, praising the General for
his military skill a^d prudence ami firm-
ness in dealing with the Afghans.
-♦
Withdrawing Troop«.
Caiko, May 16.—Humlre«ls of officers
ami »soldiers from the remnant of l»ord
Woolsley's late expe«lition, are arriving at
Wady Haifa and Cairo, many of them on
the sick list.
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Wahren Leland,
whom every I*» *y know* a.-'- the *u«*cet*cilul
iii.'uiager of the
Largest Hotel Enterprises
of Ani.»riea, says that while a passenger from
New Vork on board a »hip g«>iiig an-und Cape
Horn, in the early «lay« of emig ui»>ii l»»t al
ifornia, he learn»-«! that one of the officer# of
the vessel had .rur»«l hinmeU. «luring the voy
age, of au obstinate disease by the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Sinec then Mr. Lelanu 'ias recoiuuieii.led
Avar'« Sarsaparilla in many similar
eases, ami lie has in-ver yet heard of its fail
ure to elf eel a ra»tical cure.
Some years ago one of Mr. T.Rl.AKtCs farta
laborers bruise«! his !<*g. Ow ing to the ba*l
state <»f Ids blood, an ugly scrofulous swelling
or lump appeared on the injure«l linib. Hor
rible itching of the skin, with burning and
darting |»alns through the lump, ruade life
almost intolerable. The leg became enor
mously enlarge.i, and running ulcers formed,
discharging great quantities of extremely
offensive matter. No treatment w as of any
avail until the man, by Mr. I.KI.ami's direc
tion, was suppln-d with ^Avar's Sausvka
RILLA, which allayed the pain and irritation,
healed the sores, removed the swelling, and
completely restore»! the limb to use.
Mr. Lkla.ni> has personally used
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
for Itlienmali»m, with entire sucrer* an»l.
after careful observation, «le»- arcs that, in
his belief, there is mi uicdielue iu the world
equal to It for the cuie». f Liver Di»or«lcrs,
Goat, the effects of high living, huit
Itheuin, Sores, Eruption*. and all the
various forms of l»l»»o»l diseases.
We have Mr. Lklam»'« perm siontoiuyite
all who may »lesire further evidence iu regard
to the extraordinary curative p«>wers of
AYK.it*« Saks a I* A RILL A to see him person
ally either at hi* mammoth «leean Hotel,
Long Branch, or at the popular Lei and Hotel,
' Broa»tway, 27th and 2stli Stre« ts, New York.
Mr. Lklaxi»'« extensive knowle»lge of tha
P d .l««ne by this aaequalled cradloator of
blood |M»i*»»iiN enabl«!» him to give inquirers
much valuable mfo ition.
PREPARED RY
Op. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowe!!, Mass.
Sol»! by all Gruggist«; 51. six t«o«t!es for S.7.
FRANCIS POPE
JOHN E. 0 CONNOR
1
POPE & O'CONNOR.
(Stuv-essors to Weir A Pope.)
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
No 21 Main Street, Helena.
The undersigned, in continuing the t »usine«*
so long estnblisbed by Weir A Pope, would re
spectfully a«k for a »bare of public patronage,
which they will endeavor to deserve, by keeping
in stock everything pertaining to a complete
Drug Store; by giving prescriptions especial
care, and «lispensing none but the purest and
liest *>f Drug* and * licmicals.
A ««all i* solicited- Very respectfully.
Telephone, X«». IIA.
Branch orti»e—Helena Iron Works.
POPE & O'con NOR.
Road Contract.
t'LKBK'* On irr, Lew i* \sn CidlK CM 'TV, \
lixu.iA, M. T., May 4th, l««5. |
QEAUSD PROPOSA IA will la? received at the
O «>1 < <«f tiie County Cl* rk until 1 M. of June
1*1, i*H5, for repairing and kt*eping in go«*! order,
for the space ef one year, from July i*t, in»», the
Prick I v Pear CaAon Roads, fro jj \\ illmm John's
ram h to the D« arls*m river, ami from Carter*
ville to stteknev's Ferry, on the Missouri river,
«.aid bids shall 'be in writing, subscribed by the
jH rMMi or person* bkMinf, atwl aanrwiciJ to we
H<mrd ut l\>unty Oowwiwiioil«*», and endorsed
"Bid for keeping in repair the l*ut*lk- Hoads in
Prickly Pear CWion Pis'rict." The IVtard re
serve#'the right to r»-j*s«t any uml all bids.
By order of the Board^ r
wM-niy7 S Clerk.
OWL
ROYAL HWl
* 4 KlH c
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
Rtrengih and wholesomeness More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
oompetltlo . with the multitude of low lest, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Hold only in
onnt. Koval Bar iso Powutx Oo.. New York.
ITCHING
ATMEST — A warm l<a»!t v*ith CtmtTBA
and a single application of CCTICCRA, i
Skin Diseases Instantly Re
lieved by Cuticura.
fTIKEAT
I >«.\i
the great Skin Cure. This re|»eat«*«i daily, will«
two or three doses of ClTKURA KixiLVEXT, the
New- Blo«»<l Purifier. to keep tiie l»loo»i cool, tiie
perspif at ion pure ami iiinrrilating, tiie bowel#
open, tiie liver ami khlncvs active, will *pc*-dily
cure Kczema, Tetter, King worm. 1'sorlasis, Lich
en, Pruritus, .-»call Head, PaiirufT, and every
sitecies of lt«-liing. Scaly and Pimply Humor* of
the Scalp ami «kin, wlien tin- t<e«t physician*ami
remedies fail
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
My gratitude to God is un!>ouude<l for the re
lief i have obtained from tiie u«r of tie t 'I'TK I AA
ItKXKi.nx I have been troutile»i w ith Kurin#
»»n my legs for twenty years. I had not a com
fortable night for years, tiie burning and itching
were so intense. Now. I am happy to say. I
have no trouble. Only the Ihrer -csdored patches
on my limits remain as a t«>k»-n of my former
misery. iJKNKY L. SMITH.
1** West Avenue, Roch«*ster, N. Y.
ECZEMA ON A CHILD.
Your most valuable ClTI« nt Kkukihe.« have
»lone my »-tiild so much good that I feel like say- !
ing tills f»>r the lienclit of those who are trouble«!
with skin diseuM« My little girl was tfoahleil
with Kr»'io#, iiikI I trn-'l -cveral doctors ami
nieiliciiies. but dul not »Io her any go»*l until 1
use«! the Cvthyra Kkmki'I»«, which s|»e«-dily
cure»! her. for which 1 owe you many thanks and {
many nights of rest
ANTON BOSSMIEK, K»ltngl»urg. Ind.
TETTER OnThE SCALP.
I was almost |a-rfcctly bald, caused by Tetter of
the top of th«- .«culp. I used your CCTI« I RA K« »l
kiiirs alsiut six w«-eks. and they cure»! my scalp ;
t»erfectly, ami now my liair is coming back as
thick as it ever was. J. P. CHOICE.
W bites no ro, Texas.
COVERED WITH BLOTCHES.
I want to tell you that your Cvtutra Rbbol
VEjrr is magnificent. Als»ut three montha ago
my face was covered with Blotches, ami alter
using three Isittb's of RksoI.vkx r I « a- pelfi-etlp
cure»!. FREI »ERICK MAITRE
23 Mt. «'harle* Street. New Orleans, La.
IVY POISONING
For all »-use* of poisoning by ivy or »logwood, I
can warrant ClTICTRA to cure every time. I
have sold it lor five years and it never fails.
Sold everywhere. Price: ClTI» t'RA, .TOrta;
RrxiLVKXT, ÎI ; Soap, 25 cents. Prepared l>>
1 *uttbb I>Rt'«i a mi Chemical Co., Boaton. Mass.
Nsiitl lor *ll»w I«» Cur«« Sk In Diseases."
goSEfi®
In «Uder to enrich
tile blood, ami thu*
■ part fresh vigor
.1.. ill Ciilr«-b:. «l -vs
Ft. in «mutilate ll. 1« •
ging dige*tioii with
the national invig
nrnnl. Hostetler's
Stomach Bitters,
» hu h by infii-li.g
^energy into the u|.
•rali*>n*ofthc «loin
i«h, promot««*, nay,
|. usure* t boron gli
ligr*ti,.u and u«
' «iinilation, an»l con
I se»iu<-ut nutrition.
A gain to appetite,
vigor and fle*h. is
, invariably found t<>
follow a cour«»« of
jlhisdcserve»l! y,
popular tome
_ _ win. lit- moreover.
a reliable preventive of malarial fevers. For sale
I 'rnggi-t* and In«. • r- generalljb__
Sitters
MANHCOO
RESTORED
Thr rw. that Th-mtamh ranant 9*1 rurrd 0 /
8EU1XAL WEAKSeSS. L<>SS Of JM-V
ÜOOO. an./ thr matt 0 / ahutr. or ej rwt.
11 owin') to a compilent um callct PROSTA ToR
rhf.a. or. UERi<rs i.vrnioRATOR »«
the OXL Teuco for PROS TA TORRHEA. Price.
yj.uu per pficlaoe. 6 parlay*. FI** *•»»• »«
Health OK.I Self..\»alptl tent free. Ahle
Ria Dl S PE X S ARY for Ultra «.» / .!.*
4M» a ear y St., San F rann»
dawlv-iel2
•I. le to
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Cal.
HBIjBNA
AND /
ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL
BROADWAY................... IIELKXA, M. T.
Reopened Monday, September 1, IsM, and will
continue throughout the year.
A practical school for young men and women.
(wise or stiijv.
Commerrial, Stenographic, Preparatory or
English, Pen Art, Crayon, and Architectural
Drawing. Ti e same text-hooks ami manner of
instruction are used here as in the leading Bry
ant and Stratton (Imimerrvii Voile yet in the
C ni ted Slate». F.teiiing Nnwlons from
October to April. PENMANSHIP and
BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, a »pecialty.
Send for N««w Circular,givlugcour«e «»f study,
rate» of tuition, etc. Aiidres*
H. T. EXGELHORN. or)
F„ «». KAII-SBACK. ( ^'"'P" 1 *»
I, .. . i 17 Helen» Menten«.
Notice.
Public notice ia hereby given that any and all
person» holding orders, or allowe«! accounts, or
county warrant*, legally drawn, of the county of
Custer, or who have judgment» against the saiil
county, can ex« hange the «unie for the Iannis of the
said county, running twenty years. redtsMnable
at Üte option of *ani county after ten years, and
liearing interest at the rate of «even per cent, per
1 - mimally m the «-it> « >f
New York
Persons desiring to make such exchange are
requested to gi« e immediate notice ther»H»f t«« the
Coenty Clerk of Custer county at Mile» City, M.
T., stating what amount i* deelred to l*« ex
riianK<-d and what denomination of Ixmd.« is
tic*ire<l
The bomls will la* ready for delivery at the
June meeting of the Board ef Commissioner* of
Custer county, )«eC>. and will la: in denomina
tions of £1.0Ui, èSht». and BOO.
Interest will ta« alio«««! on warrant- up to ami
including June Hth, l*«Y Bond* will commeuce
to l»ear intcre-st July l*t, Itifi.
T. J. BUY AX, Chairman of Board.
! ( ' DEAR. Clerk of Beeid wtcjti
THE
WICKES HOTEL,
Wickes, Montana.
Now ntider the tnauageilleBI of
'lll.IttN t'AI fil . n pritctical nnd
ex |'.eri«'ii< <■«! l:*ritllor«l.
This well I
throughout,
prietor to mi
Territory.
Terms alwav*
cited.
mown House lias been refurnished
aud it will be the aim of the pro
ike it one of the Best Hotels in the
reasonable.
Patronage soli
wly-fcblS
STATE SCHOOL OF IB
GOLDEN COLORADO.
Fall Term Opens, Sept. 234,1885.
Complete courses in
CIY1L AND MINING ENGINEERING.
8|>eeiai course* in
Assaying, Chemical Analysis and Sur
?eying.
The Laboratories and Assay Rooms for
practical instruction, are the most com
plete of any in the West.
TUITION FREE
For catalogue add re««
KEVIN t'HAl VESET. President.
«1 swly-mv I
Golden, Colorado.
MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
OF HELENA.
Organized November, 1882.
C. A. BROADWATER, - - PresMenl
A. U. CLARKE, • • • Vlee-PresWeRl
E. NHAKPC.........« ashler
IN IT ED NTATEN DEPOSITORY.
Pal«l Cp Capital...............
Niirplaa ami ProMla.......
•250.1100.
.... SS.OH
DIKKCTOKN:
8. « ASHBY
N. H WEBSTER.
H. F. GALEN.
C. W. « ANNON.
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B. F. POTT:«.
HERMAN GANS.
* H. CROUN8E.
R. B HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
of St. Paul.
Wai.tkk W. DeLai v.
Dep. U. M. Mineral Surveyor.
Johe Bkcstos,
ilvil Engineer and Notary Public
IMiACY »A BRI NTOX.
CIVIL ENGINEER** AND M HVEY
OKN.
Mineral Surveying Irrigation Work. Sewerage
and Water Supply of towns, and general Engl
neeriug and Surveying.
Ti-ruis moderate and satisfaction guarantee«!,
Oltics««. St. Ia>ui* Bbsk. «Uulv-mv
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
HELENA, «ONT
Doea a General Ranking huslneas Sella Foreign
Dralls and Passage Tickets Pays interest on
Time aud Saving Deposits. Collections
receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department.
THE OUT
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IK MONTANA!
DIRBCTOR8:
E. D. Ku».kkton, K. S. Ko».gKT»>x.St. Paul.
President. Vlce-Preaident.
Chas. F. ElU#, Cashier.
J. B. S*!VrORD, CigOIMJK Bkbc k,
Cham. K. Cole, Chbl*. Kkscx.
H fit tarif _
DR. C. K. COLE.
Ofllee at rraldoncf. Grand St.. Helena.
Mm.-tan a.
Oflite Hour*—12 m. U« 3 p. m. Telephone, No.
78, da wtf-augl 1
I). It. CARMICHAEL,
Physician and Nurgeon. Helena, M. T.
Diseases of Die Nose. Throat and Lung*. A
SPECIALTY.
Office—Day and Night—Fred Leman's block. |
North Main street.
Consultation Free. daw-dec31
ALL DISEASES
ARISE FROM
IMPURE BLOOD!!
Which is the direct cause of ever*, constipation,
rheumatic pains, h»- »rt, l'ver and kidney com
plaint*. I»r. •lalliday'n Bleed Fnritler
i* the liest and most ««fleotive remedy in the
known world to-day for cleansing the blo»sl of
all impurities, ami is a splendid tonic and ap
petizer.
Sold toy all Sruggiata
«>r for further information, write to the office and
jalioratory. 271 Beat Seventh street. St. Paul.
Minn
<lawly-mhl
LONG LOOKED FOR
COME AT LAST.
THE
PACIFIC INCUBATOR.
Hatches Eggs Better Than a Hen.
The Best Machine in the World.
Send Stamp for Illustrated Circular to
GEO. B BAYLEY. lânaracîirer.
N*». I.-'#*» Ca«tro street. Oakland, California.
Jeu kn-nihl __
1>H. M I >TI 1
THE SPECIALIST,
So. II Ivearn> SI.. San Kranclsre*. Cal.
Ti:kai« a 1.1. Cmtowic. 7»i*t:< i ai. and BhivaT*
Di*«:«*«» with W»»Ki>KRrri. Btccna.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
I* ,i certain < ire for nzi;
vocs Dim I it v. Lo«t
Mashooi*, Bko»tat«»r
Boka, anti all the evil
elle» !* <>t youthful follies
and cxcesse*. -»nd in
DIIXKIXO INT«»XI< ATI'».
■ "i.iqvou*. DK..MIXT1F.,
who is a regular physi
cian, graduate of Ihc
Cnivcniity of Pennsyl
vania. will agree to for
cit sat» lor a caae of this
kindth* ViTAt.TfiB*re»KATiv* (under hi# •peeial
advice and treatment will not cure. *l..V>aiH»t
tle. or four times the quantity S5, sent to any ad
«iresa on receipt ««f price, or C. D. D. iu privat««
nu e if de«ire»t. by DR. M1XTIE, 11 K hahnY
Sr., N. F„ Cal. «fend for list ol questions and
pamphlet.
SAMPLE 11UTTLE FREE
will h, sent to any one applying l»y letter, »tat
ing symptoms, «ex and age. Strift wcrccy in re
gard lo all btpim «# transa»-tions. «Ijrwly-my7
The Famous Knabe Piano.
'•I HAVE NEVER SEEN THEIR EQUAL"
1 —Clara Louise Kellogg. Shipment* made
direct from the East '» hen desirtsl.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO..
San Francisco. Cal.,
<'• ». leith.
HOTEL,
Lower Mali* Afreet. Helena.
Proprietor
New Bri« k Building. New Furniture, and every
tiling first-class.
Rate«, *2 Per Day.
Special Rates by the Week.
laical and transient patronage solicited.
« tf-mj'7
DtCUUKE
NO FBI
Until
Established 1861.
CHICAGO. ILL
186 80 .
Clark St.
m
The regular old astabUahad
Physician and Surgeon DR.
CLAKKE. r
continues to treat with hi* u*ual
great «kill all privat«,
chronic, nervous an.I special
diseases. DR. CLAKKK is
th< oldest Advertising Phvsician,
^Jas|| ; ;rs of Pa,KTS >h«iw ind all
old Kcsidentx know. Age and experience Im
portant.
tf Nervona dlaeaaea (with or without
drcauis.) or debility and h>** of nerve power
treated scient ihc.iHv by new methods with m-vir
failing success, ff ft makes no difference wnat
you have taken or who has failed to cure you,
rtr %'oung men and mldd!e-e*«d men and
all who suffer should consult the celebrate«!
Dr. « l .rke at once. fW The terrible poisons of
all bad blood and akin dlseasea . f every km.t,
name and nature comphrtely era- u atr«L ""mem
ber, that one horrible disease, it negM*rt«i x
improiierlv treated,cure«# the present and c«>niing
xreAerations. &r Diseased discharge# cure.l
promptiv without hindrance to busine-s. Both
sexe* cousait confidentially. If m troubla,
call or write. Delays are dangerous. " Proeraatl
oatlon Is the thief *f time.'' A written
warranty ef cure given In every caae
undertaken.
Send two stamps for celebrated works
on Chronic. Nervous and Delicate Dis» ascs. You
have an exhaustive symplomatolagy by
which to studv y rar owa Miss» Consultation,
personally or bv letter, free. Consult the old
Doctor Thousands cured. Dflier, and
parlera private. You see no«»nr but the D»*-tnr.
Before confiding your caserani'-ilt Dr.CLARHE.
A friendly letter <»r ,11 may save future stiff, ring
and shame, and add golden year* to life. Medu-ines
tent everywhere secure from exposure.—Hours,
ties; bumlay, 9 to ta. Address:
* F. D. CLARKS, M. D„
1S61>. Clark St , Chicago, IU*
■ : «. <i.. IB _
MALARIA
Euters the system from unknown
causes, at all seasons.
Shatters the Serviw, Impairs IHgrstion. and
Lafreble* the MRsrles.
:
1
■tr^'
R$
m
Bitte
mm* m best
THE
BEST TONIC
Qairklj and<-um>i«*t*ly cure* Mnlnrin.snd Chills
and Fevers. For Intermittent Fever»«, 1 .na
ît
ap
allude. Lark of Kner/rv, it ha* no equal
enriches and pnntie* the *timulat»e the
j*-f ite and «trengtliens the maaoiaa and narres.
I» d.m not in pire the teeth, cause headache, or
peduo« constipai ion -o. / other Iron mdieinet ft*.
Fathfb T .1 KrrLt.T. the patriotic and scholarly
Oatbolu-Dirine. of Arkansas «ays:
"I have used Brown*« Iron Bit««»rs with the great
e*1 satisfaction f .r Malaria, and a* a preventive ..f
(Thill* and like d n e a ses. and wiU always keen it on
hand a* a ready frien.t "
Genuine has above t rade .nark and or»weed red line*
on wrai.ieT Tnkr no other. M*d* only by
KMOU S « HMUi tM O.. R>LTIM«iKF.. Ml».
ImDI»*' H «VI» B»-iok— useful and attractive, con
taining list of pnrss for reripe«, informât nm about
Coins etc . gvren away by all dealer- in medicine, <JT
mailed to any addle*« on receipt of !»- «tamp.
REDIKGTOS. WOOD A KD Sc <'0.. Per»
land. Oregon. U bo I»-«» It- Agent*.
«l*wly-HUg5
|
«l*wly-HUg5 _
TLt Brlxirf Grinr « inaei Man«h
an»! Sept., each year; 224 pages, SixllA
inches, with over 3*300 illustrations—
a whole picture gallery. (Jives wholesale
prices direct to coiuumcr» on all goods for
£
fi e will m&il
• upon receipt
nonal or familj use.
elL how to order, an<l
give* exa<t cost of ev
erything you use, drink,
eat, wear, or Lave fun
with. The#« invaluable
liooks contain information cleaned from
the markets of the world,
a topy Free to any addre
of the pontage -8 cent«. Let u# hear
from you. Respectfully, |
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
•ar A Sat Webeah Avaeea* fhta^». UL
w 1 y -de c I_
V LADI ES^
pTl.LA-»*OLt KXE—On r«rBum»S®l»rsl. P-r
muirntlv dueilvr« »up. rfl.on« Hair, root »n4
branch. In flvr ninntra. oitbout pain. 4iK.lw.tioo. of
lujnrv. Pwticulitr». 4 erntn.
MÀMALI'.»;.— t»r*rion» th' BnL Hir.l.»»
and » rrtni«. Particular,. 4 eeuta.
1
weowly-deolH
m
$
«T
v
to
SC
FIEES
[
,
j
,
TOOLS for Harhivlsta. Amstenr*. Jeweller«, Model
Maker#, Blarkimlthsd arpenter*. < uarh«altrrs,etr.
Railroad A Mill Supplies. HLad Horten' f»U!«cwfrw.
TA^^MAJ^^McFADDEN^hU^eljHI^te#
rin-febll
IMPOTENT MEN
Be they Y fan ;f or O'd.
having I.o*t t'ass
attributes of
PERFECT MANHOOD
Slay K.-gain quickly
PBIIBRCT
.Sexual Power
Awn
Procreative Ab.u7y,
rrof. Jean finale. BY TIIE 1>E OF
The Civiale Remedies.
<ei
7 nev .ure t » .-ry tra*<« of 1*1 IIII.IIV. >1*1.1;.
M \ I «II; 1:11(1' \. \ VIJlMM I l.l. e»-rr
loi m <>f Srminul Inas »ltd veakn« •* whctbri du >
!■' Youthful IVily, Aim««, or Vi*«iri! « h:«-.
Tliis tn-Htm lit «>il»ri r ''»le<l l>T l'ÜUf. « it I \ l.l.
IIOsl'lTAI t. « t -
(inuti»ll*ie»!ly «*n.l«'r»»ed by th«* M<*. 1 ■ ■«I Prof--'Inc,
1 » \«U Y Al'PLII L. BUM.I «s. «•! li » ,
,1 U'llNKIN |i>|(|
vREE TO ALL. ?„* Y
Ma
Willi
to sny e:-nw««t ln»i
M page mcdteal work.gr
,.i Um»-.nt».-., u, m.- ...v —, .m,
tom* of ail forma or Sexual Biseu*
e,t thla trraunraV, pruin, trsUwmaiaUantl noua
pare-r endorsement*. Ac., Ac.
We are also agents for tbe n*w sisd c*«rtn , n to
eure, SelkAdjuatiug a ad ». .v„ y • g , . »
( "rtfnppea-Lr. for tbo tb--ro.., U un : nalic^l cur.«,
V.ithout nuig. ry.ot
VARICOCELE
riBlllllall - will* fall Medien! «taff. THE.
:i»iah. Remedial kgenev, 1$C Fulton St, K. Y
«1« o»ldwlv-tnh9
THOMAS ECELES, 1. D.
nOMOBOPAT IlIfoT.
I —*—*
J a M«( «la/«3n
THE UNION
WAREHOUSE COM
Organised timler the laws of Montana. 1« now
doing business in tiie warehouse recently erected
by Kleinschmidt A Bros, at the track of the
Northern Pacific Railroa.1 near the HELENA ;
I»EP«»T. and is prepare»! to quote all kind* of '
HEAVY GROCERIES and PROVISIONS;
FLOCK. PEED. HAY.OATS.CHOPPED FEED
BRAN and SHORTS, SALT. KAIIA, LIME,
CEMENT. BARB WIRE. COKDW00D. FENCE
POLES, and all staple* uniially »hipped in car
lots. (Lowest quotations on car lota. <ir Jobbing
: «lUantitie» will lie given on application. Com
inuiiit ations *houl«l lie addre«*e»l "Cinon Ware
house Co., P. O. Box 216." «»nlers left at tin
1
Granite B1». k Telephone 26 « ill be promptly at
tended to. No charge« for drayage will Im« made
on goo»!* «»rder»*»l to lie *hip|M-«l l>y rail. Con
nignments on ear lot« of all kind* of produce
solicit«-«!. Receiving, storing an«! forwarding
will have our careful attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co., P. 0. Box
216, or Telephone No. 26.
THEO. ITKHKEN. Manager.
JOHN K DREW MITT CARROLL
JOUR R, DREW & CO.
Suc««es*or* to and Proprietors of tin«
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. - - - HELENA.
Carries, ««onst-xiitly. a very large *t»a-k ofthe
la«st Boots *nd Shoe*, for the wholesale ami re
tail trade. Special attention given to older* by
mail, ml satisfaction guarantee»). The eontin
ue»l littéral patronagi- of friend* all over Montana
is resp«-<«tfuliy soli<«it«d. wlysepl«
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
DAVE GOLDBERG,
The rustling Clothier of early days, has te
turned to Helena ami o|>ene»l a splendhl *t«K-k of
General Mereilamli«*«, in Holter'* Block, Is»» er
Main street, where he will sell at l»c*l-r<s-k prices,
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Hat* ami Cups. Boots and Shoes, Pistol», Gun»,
Amniunkion and Notions. Also. Importe»! und
llomestic Cigars, ami Kîne Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco«. I propose to sell at a »mail profit.
My motto is. "Live amt I»et Live." I a*k my ol»l
friends th rang hon t Montana lo cull on me when
tliry come to Ili-lena.
wly-aug? litt K fiOLIlBKRf,.
A H. HOLTER &BROj
DEALERS IN
HABDWABE
Mechanics Tools.
Mill Supplies.
Belting.
Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery
Screen, Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron,
Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hard
ware.
, Disston s Celebrated Circular Saws
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pumps. J
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on Application.
ALSO MÀXCFACTCRERS OF
1 LamDer. Latl, Slimes, Sash. Doers, Store
Fronts. Etc.
wlv-fc!>2«
SODA WATER,
Mineral Water. Sparkling Wine*.
URBONATtO BEVERAGES.
Apparatus Material» and Acres»»» rie» for Manu
facturing. Dispensing and Bottling, with full in
struction*.
t Anuwrn «est or appei* ation.
THE FIRM <»F JOHN MATTHKWM.
First Avenue, 36th and 27th street». New York.
w6ni-t><>\ 13
1 Want ACEMTS to SELL
th*
MISSOURI
STEAM
X
6
Washer
r/A
To Men aod Women of good ch»n»ct*r tod
fpfeoce WADtiotf anageocT j wàll afford % liberal ebaoro
to tmt It b^forv» payiDtf for It, and return It at my ei
puDMif oot ftatiftfactory. It it the Kreut Ubor, cloth
Idk sod soup eurer. A thoueuod per cent, the b**«t
Wusher in the world, and pure cnpuWe AipmiU big
money. No boy* or unrelUbla lerumi Djed
Write for il.!n«truted circulur*. Afi-lr«»»« J. 1% ORTH,
(ini AftfcrF.KKlOfHMifcllw L—K Mo.
RUPTURE
Atwolntely Cur*<l ni3Ot..0O Usy,
Ijt Finer » Fst.Maoariic Clatfic
rust. Warn *i'd»..'LrE lk.t«i« Ts( *»
Soria. Entirely «ijTrrrntfrommllotbm
IVrirrt Krtainer; worn with e«»r and omf.irt
nicht aud day. Cured the funi.ui Dr.J.Hiniinl
_ ofN.Y. sod hundred.
Magnetic Elastic Tins C& IM
iy. Cured!
■ud hundred« other». Illua. psmp.fre,
MADISON ST CnICACO.
VIGOROUS HEALTH %MEN
Organic
HARRIS'
A Radical Cure
NERVOUS
DEBILITY.
Weakness.
»PHYSICAL
^ DECAY.
InVou.Tg A Middlel
Aged Men.
Testtd for over Six
Years pv use in many
T Hoo sANo Cas es.
? xee
TRIAL
PACKAG E.
Ti l M M EXT.
One Month, - ?3 00
Two Month», - 6.00
Three Mouth», 7 00
f OR
i)ecHV,nnd numerous
ol**- u re il I « « li ne*. b«f
flime the *kill»«l i hy
>i»«i;»n». re-ult from
youthful indiscrétion,
too free indulgence, or
over brain work. Avoid
the imp«'»iti"»i ol pretrn
tioiu rrened,.-» fur there
trouble«, (irt our Tret
Ciiewlar and Tria Pack
age, and learn important
fa»-t. Ir fore takini tn-at
m.-nt elx-whcrv. Take a
St'HK Ki WI UTthat li.v#
Cl'KI I» thouwnda, dove
not mtcrf.-re with atten
tion to buamrre, or csihc
pii.i- r .I.«. • »— • • . :n
any say. Founded OW
* i.'lit t ■' v • I • 1 ' 1 • r. I
pl»-* By d : .r»s-tapplication
to the real • f direaw it.
»prCitle li Itiicn».- i. frit
without »Irlay. The nat
ural functn.i «of thr hu
man ors.m.in 1. re«t«>r»d.
The animat.ng element»
■MMb. « i h.vc brea
waatrd are piven hark.and
(he patirnl b. conn »c-hrrr
ful ami rapidly fa"'* , *" t ^
atrenyth aud aexua. vigor.
HARRIS REMEDY CO., M fcChimists
' X. Tenth 8t„ 8T. LOUIS, M J.
MR-GOCELEur i .» uod^ru» »» :.7 RUPTURE
wly-norlS
the QiHGEE & C 0 NÄRD GO'S
ItEJkl HI LL LVKK- BlAlO.m XG
ROSES
OnrLreat s»#*rinl f v ihK ruviMaaddi^ribotin*
RT« wtÊto&f MMkHwHklot
. JMKSMi Id,.on, safely by mail at ail hat Ottic«,«.
AwnlemlM Varieties, «■■«"I .all labeled.foe
Mil IjlrWk'; .loi.ii w.i| lUOfor BIS. Al-j
ÔTHtR VARIETI ES 2.3,S10 535 S 1
a ««.inline tovalu» h nd toro«irN«*wGai«le,7<pp
. l. eai.tly Ulus and m .«• inni over .MB) hn»-»t a- ru
Aide-- THF DIM. KFA (»MIUIKI.,
Rue»- Growere, Wist Grava, Chester t «»., I'u.
wtflHKtS
ROHM & CO
Wholesale and Retail
CLOTHIERS,
Helena, M. T.
ORE PRICE—NO DEVIATION
AH goods Marked in plain Figures
Paring all our experience we have never
at the beginning of May been able to show
SUCH ELEGANT STYLES at MODER
ATE PRICES. We n:.ve counter upon
counter of Business Suits at
$8. $9. $10. $12. $13, $14 and $15.
cut in SACK FROCK or CUTAWAY
STYLES.
Also, EXTRA FINE BUSINESS and
DRESS SUITS, made up in the finest
Imported and Domestic Woolens, repie
senting the greatest variety of paterns
Style, Color, Shade and Mixture ever
seen under one roof.
Lane Line tf Sprint Overcoats.
J
Boys' and Children's Suits, Furni«hing
Oooas, Hats aud Caps, TRUNKS and
VALISES. BLANKETS, COMFORTERS
aud BEDTICKS, Rubber Goods, DUCK
HOSE.
All Goods Warranted as Reircetitei.
Please examine our goods ard prices
before purchasii.g elsewhere. We will
make it to your interest to cail on us.
ONE PRICE!
BE SHARP!!
PRICES INCOMPARABLE!
BE WISE!!
DON'T SHOOT!
But If yon «Io. «ave money by buy lug
the brat g«MMi* at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sharpe'». Winchester.
Marlin and Ballard
Rifle»; Barker, Colt'»
und K<-miiigton Br»-. < h
uml Muzzle iAjading
Shot Gun»: Mervm A
lllllle-rt. « ..It - .11.1 * A
i" Revolver».
Wholesale ati»l retail dealer in Anns, Ammuni
tion, Totale»'»»«, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
<1 ly-ianl M SIL VERMA N.
ATTENTION !
Farmers a nd G ardener«.
If you want tried and reliable
GARDEN SEEDS,
Go »»r »end to H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO., leading
druggist», Helena. Montana, and buy
Landreth'a.
They have be««n trie»l with unvarying *u<**«#«
for eighteen y «.«are in Montana. Guarantee»!
Irrah ami true to nan»«. Ihit up in sealed
packag»-», with direction» for . ullure, and • 1
at stru-tlvgrower« <-alal«>gne prie«««». Brite
List and l^unire-th's illustrât«*! catalogue and
almanac funii«he»l on apuliealion. Extra clean
and fresh Timothy ana Red Top Clover.
Hungarian, Millet and Blue Gras*, in quantities
at pnoon defying ooaxpetiUon. Vlek** Flower
Seeds in great variety.
II. M. PAMBDV vV < 0 .

International Hotel. Corner Main and
Kritlge «I reels. Ilelena. M. T.
Table the best in the city. Trau»ien*. rates, 12 to
S3 per <iay, according to location of room*. Daily
arrival and departure» from this hotel of all the
Cnited stale* Mail coaches. My pn»«es are« not a»
low a# some of the *e»oiid-cla*e hotels, but are
reasonable, and knowing my ahilit> to please the
first-»-lass trade, I guurante«« sati*fa»tlon to all.
Will be pleased to s»-e the traveling public in
general.
wly-ian!2 MAX HKLOWER.
OMce—Bmifcy Bloct
K. FKDU'WTT. lIHenu, Montana,
a DKAUBB IX
MARBLE!
LEGALBLANKS
For the use of Lawyers, Justice* of
the Peace, Conveyancer», Survey
ors, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Heal Estate, âic.
THF. II FRAI.IF has in Stock the following
blanks. They are neatly print»-<l. with re»i ruling
for a Isinler. The forms have l»«««n carefully pre
pared by a lawyer, are in conformity « th the
statutes of the Territory, and arc applicable to
any county in Montana :
DINTRliTCOI RT BLANK*.Affidavit for
Attachment; Uii<iertaking ou Atta» liment ; Writ
of Attachment; Notice Ap|s«al ; Umh-rtaking oa
Appeal ; Affidavit for Publication uf Summon«;
Order for Publication of Summon«; Arthinvit,
Order and N«Hi«e f*>r Examination of \\ itin«**cs;
Un«lrrtaking on Claim and Ih-livery of Personal
Prowrty, Execution , DriNMdtion ; sh»«r Ts i-.i » ;
Summon*.
«.KNERALRI.AIKA-Deed -Warranty:
Dee«l-Bargain and Sale; Deed-tjuit Claim ; Deed
—Mining Claim ; Notireof Ixs-ation-tjuartz ; Ap
plication for Patent ; Certificat« of Incorporation;
Si » »rtgage ;' Chattel Mortgage; Assignment t»f
Mortgage; Power of Attorney; Leane, Bond;
Bill» of Sale.
PRICEOK ABOVE BLANKS- 10 cts. each ; 12
for fl.UO; 100 for f7.00. On order» for 200 blank#
(fU.OD) and upward«, a discount of 25 per cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid ou all order# by
mail.
AL.-O.THIÇ FOIXOWTXO BlAKKH OS HAND AT 15.00
Pkr 111 XPRSI* W ITH NAME Dimxh'NT os Okuek»
kok so :
rOR JrNTH'E COTRT. —Writ ofAttach
ment : I'ndertaking on Attachment ; Affidavit for
Attachment ; Summons; Summon# for Juror;
MmM; Bounty Certificat»-« (wild animai-,)
Frill HIMKlt I (4M NT.-Suiun-on# for
Juror; Suhjaena.
Acknowledgments, " Man and Wife,'' f3.(K> l«er
hundred; Ackuowle«lgmeiits, ''Suig«!," i2.5U
per hundrod. Twenty-five per cent, discount on
order# 200 and upwareis.
Addre#» FISK BUOS., Helena, M. T.

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