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HODGSON'S RESIGNATION.
Acceptance by the County Com
missioners.
caused a
not too li
and we
shape tha
11 resent '
Text ol the Document.
Following is the text of the communica
tion to the County Commissioners of E. J. j
Hodgson, in which he insists on his resig- j
nation as architect of the new court house.
Jt was writ**n at Bozeman by Mr. Hodg- .
son w hile on his way East :
lioZEMAX, February 1, 1886.
To Ihe Honorable Board of Commissioners of |
1a iris and < larke County, Helena, M. T. :
Gknti.kmkx We resigned our position
as architect and superintendent of your ,
new court house three months ago, but
you refused to consider the same, how I
we desire to request your honorable body
to at once act upon said letter -of resigna
tion by accepting it at once, and in case ;
you are not so inclined, we will llatly and j
positively refuse to serve. Me have been
paid for no services that have not been
reudered. We are lt d to take this stand
lor the reason that, while we have stri\en
in the face of ditiiculties that no one has
the faintest idea oi. to do our duty thor
oughly and honorably as your professional
advisers, we have been met with a de- j
termiued effort on the part of many who ,
were infernally disitosed, and ol others ;
who were deceived, to misconstrue and j
maliciously misrepresent every act and j
word of ours since the commencement of
our labors. We have l>een beaten and ]
hammered and, as we can show by letteis.
blackmailed, in such a manner and to such
an extent that we absolutely reluse to put ;
up with it any further. Our duties are j
sufficiently onerous without any addition,
and the price of the entire building would
be uo temptation whatever to us to subject j
ourselves to a continuation of such treat- (
ment. We have labored lor years iu our
profession and have never before met with
such a case nor anything approaching it.
Had your Board, however, realized the ini- |
portance ot the appointment ot a local |
superintendent when we insisted upon the
same, this would not have occurred, it is ■
that mistake, which we know to be one of ;
the head and uot of the heart, that bas I
1 of the misunderstanding. It is i
,tc to make such an appointment, i
have left- the county in such a
>he has not accepted any ol the |
ark, and has paid an amount l
that is fully represented by the materials
upon the ground. We have enjoyed the!
lull confidence of the Board, and for that |
and oilier various acts of courtesy and
kindness, we desire to heartily tliauk you. !
To you as a Board or as individuals we !
have uo complaint to make—and to your j
constituents we have no apologies to offer.
We onlj' regret that we are obliged to con- ;
less that we are tired out completely. We
can proceed no farther, and hope you may
have a pleasant experience with whom- |
ever succeeds us.
Before closing we w ill call attention of
the public to the tact that many of your
citizens have made it tlieir business to !
w rite for information concerning us to all
portions ol the country, and that the fact
that none but the highest testimonials in
our behalf was the result, is best proven
by the failure of any person or persons to
state or to publish anything to the con
trary.
There are some few working drawings
that are not necessary, but very desirable, j
w hich we will cheerfully make from time
to time when requested to do so—no one I
else could easily do it.
Respectfully,
HODGSON A STEM.
Architects. 5i*2 Drake Dlock, St. Paul, Minn.
Chairman Rope and Commissioner Cuth
bert met at the court house yesteiday
afternoon to consider Mr. Hodgson's resig- j
nation. It was received and accept«!, j
placed on lije and endorsed as follows:
Resignation of E. J. Hodgson received !
and the same is hereby accepted.
Iu accepting this resignation the Board |
desire to put ou record that they do so with
regret, and they also regret the causes that
brought the same about. They have no
fault to find with Mr. Hodgson, and they
believe that under his supervision Lewis
it Clarke county would, in the course of a
year, have had a court house of artistic de
sign and general excellence that her citi
zens would be proud of. Possibly the
same results will follow through Mr.
Hodgson's successor, and iu accepting this
resignation the Board desires to reserve the
privilege of calling upon Mr. Hodgson lor
such aid and assistance as may enable
them to carry out the original plans to a
successful completion.
The clerk is instructed to send a copy of
this endorsement to Messrs. Hodgson &
Stem, architects.
By order of the Board.
FRANCIS POPE, Chairman.
Another Death From a Snow Slide.
I Inter- Mountain.1
A letter just received at this office from a
correspondent at Glendale under date of
the Jd inst. says: Mr. James Steers, an
agent of the California Mutual Accideut
Association, was caught in a snow slide
above Hecla this afternoon and killed. All
hands at the mines were three hours in re
covering the body. He was an English
man by birth. He was interested in some
mines on Seven Mile creek near Helena
and came over here on business.
—In an article on the Montana horse, in
the current issue of the Husbandman, S. S.
Huntley, the prominent horse mau of
Helena, says : "Early experience with the
endurance and bottom of Montana horses
led me to pin my faith to them, where it
still sticks; and if we cannot breed Mon
tana horses with better teet, better bone,
larger lungs, to go faster, and to go longer
than any other horse, it will be because
our climate and air has changed, our soil
and water not the same, our rolling hills
level marshes, and our bunch grass has
lost its strength and become degenerated.
—Bozeman Courier : Last evening about
7 o'clock Ed. Armor, proprietor of the
Uuiou House, while under the jovial in
tluence of the cup that cheers, was nour
ishing a revolver and accidentally dis
charged one of its chambers into bis left
thigh. The ball entered from the inside
and passed out on the opposite side just
above the knee. No bones were broken,
—Our February weather lool> them all.
liens have commenced to set, under the
delusion that spring has commenced, hud
the small boy. smitten with au ear!}' at
tack of vernal fever, loafs around the
streets and plays liooky from school. And
the mercury is 16 below zero—in St. Paul.
— An incoming passenger from the East
reports the mercury JO below zero at
Jamestow n, Dakota, and 51F aliove when
he arrived at the Montana line—just 80° is
the difference between Dakota aud Mon
tana temperature.
Kumors of Kebellion.
The following rumors of another rebel
lion, which appear rather absurd under
present circumstances, are contained in a
letter to the Billings Gazette from Lewiston,
which says: "On January JO, at Gabriel
Dumont's ranch, five miles from here, six
Créé Indians arrived from the Northwest
to hold council with Gabriel Dumont, one
of Riel's lieutenants. They report about
thirty lodges of their tribe near Fort As
sinnaboine. There is trouble ahead and
another rebellion in early spring is looked
for. They claim to be starved out.
The commander at Fort Maginnis has
been notified of their presence here and
stockmen are on the lookout, fearing the
frees will run off their horses.
Mrs. Partington's Sister.
[Peck's Sun.
"What's that about plaster of paris curing
hydrophobia:" said Mrs. Pugmire; "I don't
believe a word on't. Plaster of paris has no
suctionary qualities, and wouldn't illuminate
the poison half as well as a bread poultice.
Don't you recollect the time your pa was
snake-bit in Vermont, how we dosed him
with whisky and poulticed his leg, and he
got over it in a few days?"
"it isn't plaster of paris, ma," said Ma
tilda. "There's a celebrated Doctor P-a-s
t e-u-r living in Paris, who claims that he
can prevent hydrophobia by inoculation,
aud lately four children who hail been bitten
bv a mad dog were sent there from Newark
to be treated."
"La, suz, is that so? Well, that was kind
in the neighbors. And the little ones got
back all safe aud sound, did they? I d)
hope the treatment of this Dr. Pasteur
will prox e sutficacious, but do you know, 1
haven't much faith in immaculation, any
wav, even in smallpox-"
Just then the door bell rang, Matilda's
beau was admitted, and further scientific
discussion was postponed.
A Brutal Conductor.
[Texas Siftings. I
"I can't let this girl travel over this road
on that half-fare ticket," said the new con
ductor to the Widow Flapjack.
"Why not? What is the matter with my
little girl?'
"She is no child She is more than half
grown."
"Well, if that don't beat everything then
I !1 give it up. Here poor little Mamie has
been traveling over this road on a child's
ticket for the last ten years, and now all at
once you say she is no child. That's a new
way to worry the traveling public."
She paid full fare, and then the diminutive
girl in the corner pulled herself out, so to
speak, like a uiarnie telescope.
TAR
TRADE Wo/ MARK
■GU GH SURE
How Shall the Baby Be Fed?
Study your baby, study your foods, read
the be st authorities on the subject (not
hobbyists), listen to sensible friends' advice
(whose advice you will follow or not as you
consider b »ti, think out your methods, try
aud fail, to try again, but do not worry
over the matter, we implore you. Nine
tenths of the world do seem to deliver them
selves to fussing, to fidgeting, to running
about aimlessly all day for other people's
opinions. No w onder night is made hideous
where crying babies, unhappy children, and
discouraged father, make up the home. Use
your Christian common sense about this
matter if you want a Christian l>a' y.
Now up in th s scale to Tom and Louisa.
Everybody says Tom favors the Smith side
of the house, while Louisa seems to have
reached back to your ancestors for her
nerves, her various tendencies, and her
temperament. Clearly she is a Jones child.
Now shall the Jones child and the
Smith child fall under the same
regimen of boiled mutton, rare beef
steak, rice, corn bread, potatoes, etc., etc.,
dealt out,by a hand pitiless at entreaties
for something better suited to individual
needs? Perhaps Tom hates boiled mutton
only a little less than he would a whipping;
and Louisa may recoil from rice, with a
stomach handed down by some half forgot
ten Jones progenitor. Shall Tom and
Louisa be made to eat boiled mutton aud
rice because "it is good for them?"
In this world, teeming with possibilities
of nutritious food, shall such things be? In
these days of skillful combinations of pala
table and healthy cookery, shall children's
stomachs be outraged, and their little in
stinct be dulled, l>y a barrenness of intelli
gent thought in their direction, and an ig
norant force that directs their eating. The
case of one child appeals to me now, who,
long years after, never could speak of her
childhood tome without a shudder at the
fat of the boiled mutton slices which her
well-meaning father compelled her to swal
low several times a week.—Margaret Sid
ney's "Prize Paper" in Good Housekeeping.
Conversion Would Kuin Him.
[Life.]
"Mv deal' friend," sail a long-haired
countryman to the biographical expounder
of a dime museum, "is that unfortunate be
in^ really a Cannibal?" and he indicated a
south sea Islander from Cork who was sit
ting on a divan.
"Yes, sir, that great living curiosity was
captured Avhile in the act of roasting a
Presbyterian missionary over a slow fire."
"Have you been able to couvert him?"
"Convert him!" said the biographer, with
disgust. "Do you s'pose the great American
public would pay ten cents to see a
Christian?' _
Fills of Hough, Probably.
(New York Times ]
Young physician (to patient)—Did you fol
low my directions in takiug tiie little pills—
one every three hours?
Patient—Well— er —you see, doc
Young physician—Great Leavens! You
didn't take them oftener than that?
Patient—I didn't take any. My little boy
got hold of the i ottle in the night and ale
them all up.
Young physician (ha-lily)—Where is the
boy?
Patient—The last I heard of him he was
out iu the back yard stoning cats.
Irre froin Opiates, nineties (tint i*oisc i?.
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strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cunnot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. .Sold only in
cans. Koval Baking Powder Co., New York.
~ ECZEMA
And every species of Itching
and Burning Diseases
Cured by Cuticura.
T7ICZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with its agonizing
l*j itching and burning, instantly relieved by a
warm bath with Cuticvra Soap, and a single
application of Cuticura, the grant skin Cure.
This repeated daily, with two or three <loses of
Cuticura Resolvent, the New Blood Purifier,
to keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure and
unirritating, the bowels open, the liver and kid
neys active, will speedily cure Eczema, Tetter,
Ringworm, Psoriasis, Linchen, Pruitus, Scald
Head, Dandruff, and every species of Itching,
Scaly and Pitnly Humors of the Scalp and Skin,
when the best physicians anil all known reme
dies fail.
Will We Donald. 254? Dearborn st., Chicago
gratefully acknowledges a cure of Eczema, or
Salt Klieum. on head, neck, face, arms and legs
for seventeen years; not able to walk except on
hands and knees for one year ; not able to help
himself for eight years ; tried hundreds of reme
dies; doctors pronounced his case hopeless; pre
manently cured by Ctticura Resolvent (blood
purifier) internally, ami Cuticura and Cuticura
Soap (the great skin cures) externally.
Ulias. lloiisi'liton, lawyer, 2S S'.ate
street, Boston, reports a case of Eczema under
bis observation for ten years, which covered the
patient's body and limbs,and ton hielt all known
methods of treatment had been applied without
benefit, which was completely cured solely by
the Cuticura Remedied, leaving a clean and
healthy skin.
Mr. Joltii Thiel, Wilkesbarre, Pa., writes:
"I have suff ered from Salt Rheum for over eight
vears, at times so bad that 1 coaid not attend to
my business for weeks at a time. '1 hree boxes
of Cuticura and f,,ur bottles Resolvent have
entirely cured me of this tireailtul disease."
Physicians Prescribe Them.—I have
nothiiig but the highest praise for the results ole
tained from your Cutictra Remedies, of which
I have soal more than of all others of the kind.
MONRO BOND, M. D.,
25U0 N. Broad St , Philadelphia. Pa.
Sold by all druggists. Price : Cuticura, 50c. ;
Resolvent. $1.00; Soap. 25c. Prepared by the
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass.
Send for Pamphlet.
DC A IITIFYtheeomplexionand skin by using
uLAU the Cuticura Soap.
RHEUMATIC, NEURALGIC. SCIATIC.
Sudden, Sharp, and Nervous Pains ab
solutely annihilated by the Cum ura
Anti-Pain Plaster, a perfect antidote
to pain and inflammation. New, orig
inal. infallible. At druggists. 25c.
It
A Marvelous Story
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE S0H:TÄScä£
" Gentlemen: My father resides at Glover,
Vt. lie has be-m a great sufferer from Scrof
ula, and the inclosed letter will tell you what
a marvelous effect
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
bas had in his case. I think his blood must
have contained the humor for at least ten
years ; but it did not show, except in the form
of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about
five years ago. From a few spots which ap
peared at that time, it gradually spread so as
to cover his entire body. I assure you he was
terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when
he began using your medicine. Now, there are
few men of his age who enjoy as good health
as he has. I could easily name fifty peisuus
who would testify to the facts in his case.
Yourstruly, W. M. P h illies."
FROM THE FATHER: pleasure and
a duty for me to state to you the benefit I
have derived from the use of
Ayers Sarsaparilla.
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terrible humor and scrofulous sores. The
humor caused an incessant and Intolerable
itching, and the skin cracked so as to cause
the blood to flow in many places whenever
I moved. My sufferings were great, and my
life a burden. 1 commenced the use of the
Sarsaparilla in April last, and have used
it regularly since that time. My condition
began to improve at once. The sores have
all healed, and 1 feel perfectly well in every
respect — being now able to do a good day's
work, although 73 years of age. Many inquire
. what has wrought such a cure in my case, and
I tell them, as I have here tried to tell you,
Aveh's Sarsaparilla. Glover, Vt., Oct.
21,18E2. Yours gratefully,
Hiram Phillips,"
AVer's Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip
elas, Eczema, Ringworm, Blotches,
Soreg, Boils, Tumors, anil Eruptions of
the Skin. It clears the blood of all impu
rities, aids digestion, stimulates the action of
the bowels, and thus rc3tore3 vitality and
Strengthens the whole system.
prepared by
Dr. J.C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; $1, six bottles for $5.
Dissolu tion Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing at the town of Wiekes,
county of Jeff erson, Territory of Montana, be
tween Fred Kugle and Charles H. Frye, under
the firm name of Engle & Frye, lias' been this
day mutually dissolved. Charles H. Frye will
continue in the business anil collect all accounts
due the said firm.
Dated Wiekes. M. T.. February 3, 18«G.
w3t febll CHAS. H. FRYE.
" Row to permanently remove Superflu«»»!» Hair.* 9
" How to reduce Kuperfluoua Fleab 15 pounds a month.**
•• How to develop the Kuftt noient iflcallT.''
*• How Lean Ladle* may speedily become Stotit.'*
fTr* Describe vonr case fully, and send 4 ceun for senkt!
infraction*- Wilcox (specific co., Phil-., r>.
"These SpeciScs Bt&nd -lone in the present condition of
medical science." Scientific 1 tenet.
wlyeow -decl
THF. 11KKH.» JOB OFFICE.
i ar.is.
Posters,
Programmes,
Bill Heads,
Note Heads,
Funeral Notices,
Visiting Cards,
Wedding Invitations,
letter Heads,
. Statements,
Pamphlets.
Receipts,
Blanks,
And everthing else in the line of printing. Artis
tic work and the most reasonable prices.
POPE i O'GONHOR,
DRUGGISTS,
Offer a great variety of Per
fumes and Toilet Soaps,
all at Eastern prices.
We carry a large line of
Trusses, different makes and
patterns, and to all mail ord
ers we give prompt atten
tion, and guarantee a fit,
WE SOLICIT A CALL,
POPE & O'CONNOR.
[No. 1640.1
FIRST NATIONAL BANE.
OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED IN 1866
Designated Depository of the United
States.
PnliLl'p 4'R|»it»l,........................... #-»00,000
§ur|*luN anil Profit»................... 300,000
9. T. HAUSER, President,
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
E. W. KNIGHT. Cashier,
T. H. KLE1NSCIIMÏDT, Ass't Cashier.
Kimril of 1»1 rectors
9. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN.
A M HOLTER. R. H. HAMILTON,
)NO. H. MING. 0. P. HIGGINS,
E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS,
T.H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
AxsodAied Banks :
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana.
FIRST NATIONAL. - - Butte, Montana.
General BANKING Business Transacted.
TFT BREST PA ID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
CORNELIUS HEDGES. JESSE K. MILLER
HEDGES & MILLER,
Attornoys«at.Iiaw.
OHico—Second Floor Miltonic Temple.
d tf-febB ____
F. ADKINSON.
Attorncy-at-ljaw.
Office in Masonic Temple, Helena. M.T.
Special attention given to suspended and con
tested land ami m neral entries. dj,\\ Iy-jy 1
B. P. CARPENTER.
ATTORNEY AND CODNSELOR-AT-UW.
Ilolcun. Mcntnnn.
iiwwtT-jel
EDWIN W. CRAVEN. ARTHUR J. CRAVEN
Notary Public.
CRAVEN BROS.,
A.tt oxrxx o y s«at«Xja w.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pärchen block, Helena, Mon
.ana. wtf-janlA
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
Physician. Surgeon. Accoucheur. Of*
enlist anil Auritt.
Member of San Francisco Medical Society, also
Nevada State Medical Society.
Office—Galen building. Helena. Montana. Con
sultations iu German and English. dj.wtf-o26
THOMAS IN'KLES, M. D.
IIOMOEOPATHIttT.
OMIoc nn i+rsrid »treel d»wtf-dec3fl
c. f. Lee,
(Asst. Assaycr U. S. Assay Office.)
Room 10 Brown's block.
djiwly-oct7
Walter W. DeLacy,
Dep. C. S. Mineral Surveyor.
Tohn Brunton,
Civil Engineer and Notary Public
DeLACY & BliUNTON,
CIVIL ENGINEERS AM» SURVEY
ORS.
Mineral Surveying. Irrigation Work, Sewerage
and Water Supply of towns, and general Engi
neering and Surveying.
Terms moderate and satisfaction guaranteed.
Offices. St. Louis Block. d.t wlv -i uv
TUTT*S
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2Ô Y EARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medical Triumpa of Uie A^e!
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
I.ossofnppctitr, Bowels costive, Pain iu
the head, witn a dull sensation in the
back part, l*nin under tue shoulder
blade, Fullness niter eating, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of uaving neglected some duty.
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Heart. Dots before? the eyes, Headache
over the right ere, Rl tlcssness, with
fitful drennis, Highly colored Urine, and
CONSTIPATION.
TTTTT'S RILLS are especially adapted
to such cases, one dose effects such a
change of feelingasto astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite,and cause the
nody to Take ou Flesh, thus the system Is
nourished, and by their Tonic Action on
the Digestive Organs,Regular Stools are
TUTT'S HAIR OYlE.
Gr ay Hair or Whiskers changed to a
Glossy Black by a single application o?
iliis Dye. It imparts a natural color, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of SI.
Office, 44 Murray St., New Yorte
ARE YOU TROUBLED
With Salt Rheum, Syphilitic
Diseases, old Scrofulous Sores
on your person, Sore Throat, etc.
I suppose you have tried every
known remedy and failed in all.
Now, wt.at 1 want to impress
upon your mind is, that Br.
Hnlliilay sBlooil Purifier
will cure you without a doubt.
__In the first place, it breaks the
fever, softens the skin, purifies the blood, and
the sores gradually heal up. r i here is no mer
etirv in it. ftii<i it wi 1 kill tlie efleets of mercury.
Sold bv all druggists. Write to off and labora
tory, 274 East Seventh street, St. Paul Minn., for
record of cures and I took of private instruction.
They are free. d.twly-mh_l_
tarnt*
;
RESTORED
MANHOOD
The ren<on then Th»<i*a*<D cirrnot gel eurrtl of
SEMINAL 'XEASINESS, LOSS OE AIAS
1100 Si, and the result of abase, disease or excesses,
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ESSEA. Dit. LIE BUS'S IN ill,'ORATOR is
the ONI. Y cure far S' Si OS TA TOE E SI E A. I ' ire,
v.i (i per par! age, H packages. #10.m*. o " ' to
tealtii and Self-Analg<t sent free. Address S. SI.
0! IllSPENSAE Yfor Disease* of Mm.
4'0 Gearu St., San Franc.sea, dal.
MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
United States Depository.
Paid up Capital - $250,000
Surplus & Profits, - 60,000
DIHUCTOR.S.
Ç. A. BROADWATER, - - President
A. G. CLARKE, • • - Vice-President
E. SHARPE.........Cashier
S. E. ATKINSON...................Asst. Cashier
3. C. ASHBY.
B. F. POTTS.
N. H WEBSTER
C. W. CANNON.
HERMAN GANS.
H. F. GALEN.
S. H. C30UNSE.
K. B. HARRISON.
djtw-janl
A. H. WILDER.
JACKSONS
MUSIC STORE
BROADWAY,
Helena, M. T.,
G. W. JACKSON.
Proprietor.
Behr Bros. & Co., Decker Bros, and
Fischer PIANOS, Brass Band and Orches
tra Instruments, wholesale and retail.
A. B. Chase and Mason & Hamlin
ORGANS, all kinds of Musical Merchan
dise, Sheet Music, Books aud Stationery,
wholesale and retail.
.......ND NATIONAL BANK
HELENA MONT.
Doe? »General Banking business. Sells Foreign
Drafts and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on
Time and Saving Deposits. Collections
receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department
THE ONLY
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DIRECTORS.
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Chas. F. Ellis. Cashier.
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