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From the Dally Herald of November 11. IMPORTANT MINE SALES In the Coeur d'Alene* and Montana- Great strike in the Blaine. Near I'hilipsbnrs. [SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.] Bi tte. November 11, 1856.—A special to the Inter Mountain has the lollowinp : The Gold Hunter mine, in the Nigger Prairie district, C*> ur d Alece country, has been sold to St. Paul capitalists for £90,000. Three feet of high grade ore are reported a n ew strike in the Blaine mine, owned by the Bimetallic company, at Philipsbarg, and located near the Granite Mountain. It is owned by St. Lonis men. Kleinschmidt Bros., ot Helena, yester day sold one quarter interest in^ the W ild Biil copper mine at Butte, to R. C. Cham bers. of Salt Lake City. Consideration. $ 10 , 000 . ^ Death of James Brou n. James Brown, who was struck with paralysis the other day, died at SL John s Hospital yesterday and was bnried trom there this morning. The funeral was taken charge of by the Masons, though they did not attend in regalia as a body. The de i eased was an old resident of Montana and was in former years express messenger on Ben Holliday a and Gilmer & Salisbury stages From his braveryin resisting an attack of road agents with his favorite weapon and repulsing them with loss, he acquired the appellation of "Shot Gnn Brown." I-ateiy he was a gnard at the penitentiarv under Warden Fred Wilson. His health has been broken down for some years and yesterday after suiriving two attacks he succumbed to the third stroke of paralysis. _ ______ Fanerai of Mrs. Stevens. The funeral 'of Mrs. James E. Stevens, wife of the senior firm member of the Tranchant, took place from the M. E. Church at Townsend on Wednesday, 10th inst. Rev. Mr. Hosking officiating. Not withstanding the inclement weather the church was crowded and every team and vehicle in town and surrounding country was called into requisition to carry the large concourse of mourners and sincere friends who followed her remains to their last resting place. A true and loving young wife, an affectionate daughter and sister, one who honored any society which was traced with her presence, has gone forever from mortal sight. Onr sympathies are extended to the bereaved husband and rel atives. An Erroneous Notion. To the Editor of the Herald. Helena, November 11. —Mnat is the meaning of the rtterenees which we see ip the city papers to the question which party * has a majority in the Legislative Assem bly "on joint ballot ?" No occasion now occurs to me that can vail tor a joint ballot. The impression :n the minds ot these writers presumably is that if Congress should admit the Territory into the Union within the next two years, the Legislative Assembly recently chosen would elect two United States Senators. The idea is wholly a mistaken one. In case of ad mission. the people would first choose a State Legislature, and those bodies would elect the Senators, sembly of the Territory cannot tors for the State of Montana. B. Mr. F. Ren techier. San Francisco. Cal. contracted a severe cold, and became so hoarse he could not speak. He tried a number ot remedies without benefit, and even the efforts of two physicians failed to give the slightest relief. He was induced to try Red Star Congh Cure, one bottle whictr entirely cured him. The Convict's Mite. ____ __________ The Legislative As- • elect >ena of Mrs. R- E. Fisk. Treasurer of the Mon tana W. C. T. U., is in receipt of the fol lowing letter : Deee Lodge. Montana. Mrs. K. E. risk, Helena : Agreeably to instrnctions I send yon by express a bndle-a gift to the cause of Christian Temperance from M . H. King, a convict in onr penitentiary. Mr. King has become a Christian under the preaching o. two of onr college students. He was so profoundly impressed by the remarks ot Mrs. Hoffman, who visited and addressed the students when she was here, that he at once declared his purpose to fight whisky— the cause of his trouble—in every possible As be has co weapons to use in the fi ffit except the preduel of his labor in the prison, he gives that much, with his pray ers. Truly yours. D. J. M«. MILL AN. The bridle mentioned is a fine specimen of skilled workmanship. It is made oî artisticallv braided horse hair ot dinerent colors The whole forms an ornamental and useful article. It has been placed tor sale in the store of A . J. Davidson. Toothache. Faceache. Inflamed and Sore Eyes, are certainly cured by Pond's E tract. Sold in our l>ottles only. How to Cross the Street car Track. On Sunday last as a gentleman from the a v;., nn Vuin Street with a country was driving np Main street nn a span ot horses and a spring wagon be sud denlv became minas of a front wheel. He was seen to drive along the track, bis wagon tracking exactly with the car rails, until he reached a point opposite the Grand Central, when he attempted to cross the street. In doing so a front wheel was wrenched off', and the occupants of the vehicle spilled oat on the street. The street 1 ar track is as easily crossed as any other part of the street, if drivers will only observe the rale to cross it at right angles and not attempt an oblique move ment with the team going in one direction and the vehicle in another. Rube Convicted. Ku-ty Yesterday afternoon in the District Court the trial of Albert Reub for mnrdeous as sanlt came on to be heard, individual known as Rusty Rube, who «hot his wife in Helena on the eve oî the Fourth of July last. The case was tried and given to the jury who, after a short de lileration. returned a verdict of guilty as charged. The Judge reserved sentence. To Err io Hum» B^i it is positively inexcusable to administer or taie narcotics or potent sedatives to relieve in tracquility of the nerves, the easily dis-overable cause of which is simply indigestion. Hostetler Stomach Bitters .* the remedy indicated when the nervous system is weak, and consequently super-sensitive and untranquil. Braced and quieted by this superlative tonie, the system ob tarns needfui repose at nicht, dyspeptic qualms , to disturb the stomach, and mental inquiet Reub is the ude disappears. The habit of body becomes regular, the liver and kidney« are healthfully stimulated, and bodily or mental exertion ceases to be a wearisome and difficult task. Neuralgia, rheumatism and malarial dieoeder«. and kidney troubles, art entirely eradicated by this match less invigorant ar.d regulator. tovlîth-15-lTawlS From the Dallv Herald of November 12. THF GHEAT GRANITE. The Annual Report of the President of the Bonanza Companr, v.hich Produced Over a Million in Bullion and Paid $940,000 in Dividends Last \ ear. 's___ ... 0 f pnre silver and over 386 ounces ot pure - - - - * "" The Granite Mountain Mine of Montana is one of the world's famous bonanzas. The report of President L. M. Ramsey, of the Granite Mountain Co., for the fiscal year 1555-86, just to hand, makes a mar velous showing. On the 5 th of April, 1SS5, when only a twenty stamp mill was in operation, the company commenced paying dividends, and in little more than a year, by Angust 4 15 * 6 , they had declared twenty-one dividends, aggregating $1,300,000. Paring the year they increased their plant to a thirty stamp mill and have now further improvements in progress that will give them seventy stamps in operation by January 1. 15S7. With these augmented facilities they expect to increase their oat put to'.240,000 ounces of silver and $- 2 ,5o0 in gold per month. The report shows that by the decline in silver the company lost $309,072.46 daring the year, rating their output on thesis j ot sixteen ounces of silver being equivalent '' to one ounce of gold, the L. S. standard. During the year ending July 31,1886, the company produced 1,384,21256 ounces gold. From the sales of this they received $1,384,127 54. Less the express charges on the bullion the net receipts of the com pany in bank were $1,335.910.12. Total expenses for the year were $280,811.49, and the net profit $1,058,09?.63. The company proposes further improve ments and extensive development work dnring the coming year. The family of Hon. W. B. Hoke, Judge of the Jefferson county, Ky., court, used St. Jacobs Oil with signal success. Mining Minutes. ^ ^ jj^yond The bullion receipts at New York dur ing the first ten months of 1 S 86 were $7,757,128 83. The Granite Mountain Mining Company paid their twenty-third successive monthly dividend on the 16th of October, one of twenty-five cents per share, aggregating $100,000. Total this year to that date $920,000 or $2 30 per share. Speaking at the recent meeting of the Montana Company. Mr. John Bayliss said, referring to the intrednetion ot the electric light, that the total cost of the installation had been $3.665, and that the cost per month for working, including maintenance « • » ____a__aU/v nitnl IT <XO THp and interest on the capital, was $250. The old system of lighting cost $5u0 a month. so there has been a saving on this item of vear on an expenditure of $3,665. Beyond that, there was the untold saving arising from the comparatri e immunity from fire by the electric light, compared with the position under the old system ot oil and candles. It was intended to ex tend the installation to the new 6 o-stamp mill, bat the cost would not exceed $ 1 . 200 . At the annual meeting of the Boston & Montana Company, held in New \ ork City on the 1 st inst..*the following gentlemen were elected directors to serve tor the en suing vear: Messrs. David J. Seligmau. Henry Seligman. Theodore 8 eligman. Henry Stein, Henry E. Kavanagh. T. M. Lilienthal. city! and Messrs. E. F. Child. Geoige Sampson, j R. B. Denny, all of Bœton. ----*77* „ „T . That's Just hat We " ant A new opera house in an eligible location is just what is most needed in Helena. A Grand Opera House therefore that will cost from a hundred to two hundred thousand dollars, if stores are constructed on the first story will pay seven per cent divi dends on the stock from the start. It is apparent to all who have frequented our Opera House that Helena is culpably be hind the times in this regard. Instead of being crowded together in an unsightly, cold, chilly, gloomy theatre, snch as the one we have been obliged to patronize lor the last six years, we should have a struc ture artistically viewed that would be a credit and h«ftc>r to the city and a sightly comfortable building that would be warm and well ventilated and with a capacity to | bold au audience of 1,500 to 2,,000 people, A most eligible point tor such a building would be the ground occupied by the Mer chants hotel and the houses of James Smith, Mrs. Groshon and C. G. Reynolds, on Broadway. The location is central and I well suited to a grand opera house, A joint stock company for the purpose would meet with a most cordial endorse ment by the citizens in the central part ot the city and there would be little or no difficulty in getting ail the stock taken. A five or six story building with steam elevator, could be utilized trom bottom to top for stores, offices and lodging rooms, and there is no donbt but that the invest ment would be a good one. Snow Shoe Clnb Full. The following Dames that were tendered to-dav for membership in the Helena 8 now . ,, ; Shoe Club completes the comphmen *2° members, unless the club, at its tiret mfr ^ n g ahanld decide »0 open the lists to make it H. L. Luke, C. L. Howard, J. V. Jereme, C. M. Atkins. A. A. Larean, Lonis Kanfman. *> . G. Preuitt, Wm. B. Reed. Robert J. Walker. J j j j Helena A: Northern Railroad. The incorporators of the Helena North era Railway met yesterday and elected the following officers : President—Gov. S. T. Hauser. Vice President—A. M. Holter. Treasurer—Henry Klein. Secretary—Hervey Barbour. Chief Engineer—Gen. Anderson. , | s j j Fatally Stabbed. A man named Grare, a workman on the Rimini railroad grade, was stabbed near the heart yesterday by a fellow workman named Murray, with whom he got into a quarrel. Murrav escaped after the deed bnt officers aie on his trail. Grace is m a very precarious condition. Alleged Temperance Extremists. Says the Missoulian : A couple of weeks ago an incendiary attempt was made at Corvallis to bum Wm. McWhirk s saloon in that place. The fire occurred at three o'clock in the morning, and fortunately Mr. McWhirk was awakened by smoke before it was too late to extinguish the fiâmes. He gave the alarm and the people turned out to aid in putting out the fire, in which they were successful, but not be fore lODsiderable damage was done. It is generally supposed that the fire was gUrte< j bv mme unwise temperance folks wbo tbe destruction of such proper . the sale of liquor to C ease. j --- ---- - p, hvfp WANTED.— Parties wanting sheep wintered, will do well to correspond with R. j GODFREY, Ubet, Montana. From the Daily Herald of November 13. WHAT THE CHARTER SAYS. Fall Power Vested in the Council to Provide the City With Mater. The would be perpetuators of monopoly in their extremity resort to the statement that the City Council has not the power under the law to contract for water works, in their selfish endeavor to defeat the will of the people as expressed through the vote of three-fourths of the Council for the Woolston water works. Section VIII of article V of the city charter, on page eight of the published . : , : 1 ■ charter and ordinances of the city of Helena." says that the City Council shall have power "to provide the city with water, erect hydrants and pumps, build cisterns and dig wells in the streets for the supply of engines and backets. ' On the question of raising money by taxation for defraying the expenses of such raxauou lor ~ ; y public institutions, which the monopolists : of the City Council, the law is likewise explicit. On page 25 of the book referred to, in section one of the act to amend an act entitled "an act to incorporate the city of Helena." is the provision that the city shall have the power to levy and collect taxes for general purposes not to exceed three mills per annum upon the assessed ^ : "id ESSÏTSuE iUUC ' AUU - annum upon the assessed vaine thereof for fire department purposes, in addition to the tax authorized to be levied for street purposes," etc. GIVES THEM THE LIE. Mr. Woolston Denies the False State ments of the Bought Up Monopo ly Organ. Helena, November 13,1886. Ed. Herald : Permit me to say, re garding the Independent statement in this morning s papier to the effect that Mr. C. W. Cannon is interested with me in the water works here, that it is false, and I be lieve that the editors of the Independent know it is false. They have no evidence of any kind that Mr. Cannon bas anything to do with me. I will state here, and will make oath to it if any citizen of Helena desires it. that I do not know the said Mr. C. W. Cannon. I never saw him, never had any communication or bnsiness with him directly or indirectly, and he has nothing whatever to do with my business here. I learn from reliable authority that the Independent are ordered by their stock holders and officers to oppose my proposi tion to the city for water, in the interest of the old water company, and the clerks simply do as they are ordered. Thus their effusion of falsehood and nonsense. By their "bugaboo" and "bluff" about Mr. Cannon or some mysterious party they hope to fasten the poorest water system on ^_______ V0Q forever, Independent claims that C. W. Cannon tar nished Mr. Woolston the plans and speeifi- cations for the Helena water works, and Yon may say farther for me that I do not want one drop of the east side Water Company's water. I don't want any ot their inch and quarter "mains. I want nothing they have, nor do I want them in my Water Company and will so agree in a contract Let this nonsense about combi nation with them be stopped. It is plain ly put forth to mislead the people and draw their minds from the main issue and thns cheat the people ont of a new water system, good water, cheap water and com petition. Respectfullv. GEO. F. WOOLSTON. A Canard Disposed of. Editoe Herald:—! notice that the that it is in the interest of that gentleman that he is here now. I wish to state that snch is not the case, and I know whereot I speak. All who could bave any objections to Mr. C. W. Cannon can rest assured thnf that gentleman is in no way connected with Mr. Woolston. A. R. GATES. Helena, November 13,1886. a Mississippi river, and leading Generals were Katie Putnam's .Mother. The estimable old lady who frequently essays "old woman" parts, with the Katie Pntnam company, is the mother of the little actress. She is a finished actress and combines with her art wonderful bnsiness tact. During the early part of the war she successfully managed the Defiance Theatre at Cairo, a strategic point on the Grant and other often among her auditors. She frequently assumed man agement of Chicago theatres daring sum mer seasons, aDd by her excellent judg ment has amassed a handsome fortune. Président of the Council. To the Editor of toe Herald . It looks to me as if the Council conid do no better thing than to elect Hon. R, O. Hickman as its president. He has served the Territory faithfully in its legislative councils and is an excellent presiding officer. As a Republican no man excels him. Let Hickman be the presiding officer of that body is the sentiment of a large number of good Republicans. VOTER. Of interest to Ladie-. — the scalp may be kept white and clean, and the hair sott. pliant, and glossv, by the use of Ayers Hair Vigor. This preparation never fails ^, restore to faded and gray hair its original Cïlor. Sold by druggists and pertnmers PEBSONAL. —Mrs. Secretary Webb has returned from a visit to friends in the East. — M. W. Keefe, the Montana Central contractor, is at the Cosmopolitan. —Henry Guthrie aDd danghter. Miss Rebecca, have returned from the East after an enjoyable visit. — F. W. Gilbert, superintendent of the Rocky Mountain division. N. P. R. R, spent last night at the Grand Central. —S. Slusher returned this morning from a week's visit to the Conr d'Alene country. He is well pleased with the quartz mining prospects of that country. —Mr. Aaron Herehfield. cashier of the - Merchants National Bank, returned from the East a few days ago. His brother. Mr. L. H. Herehfield. president of the baDk, de parted lor New York this morning. —The many friends of Mr. Harry C. Burgess and Miss Nettie Arnold will be glad^to hear of their happy marriage on last evening at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was ^performed by Rev. C. B. Allen, Jr., pastor of the First Baptist church. —Mr. A. M. Clemence. the General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., arrived in the city last evening and will be at the rooms this evening to meet the members of the Association. It is hoped all who can make it convenient will be there, especially the active workers, whom he is very anxious to see. — E. V. Doty of St Paul, the traveling passenger rgent of the popular Chicago, Burlington and Northern railroad, part of 1 the C B. & Q. system, is in the city. Mr. Doty is as affable representative of the fa I rorite route between St. Paul, Chicago and St Lonis, and daring his visit here is com ; mending its merits to the traveling public ! of Montana. THE FIFTEENTH LEGISLATURE The Council Republican by Two and the House Democratic by Four. The latest returns somewhat change the complexion of the next Legislature trom what was announced by the Herald a tew days ago. Meagher, Fergus and Jefferson counties were then unheard trom and only one of them Jefferson ) has since reported officially. Here Ed. Cardwell (Dem. was elected by 44 majority over J. E. Sites, his Republican competitor—a mighty close shave lor the Honorable Edward. From Meagher and Fergus nothing official has been learned, bnt the latest reports tell ot the probable election of . H. Sutherlin Dem.) for the Council and Jacob Titman Rep. and J. E. Kanouse (Dem. for the House. Granville Stuart (Bern, and Kepre y F Ke0 ) running for Kepre ' .wikted That Sernas e^UdÄeÄlingulari ties of the late campaign. When the official count is complete it will probably be found that the next legis lature will stand as follows: COUNCIL. republicans—7. Geo. L. Batchelder, Beaverhead. J. K. Pardee. I>eer Lodge. S. L. Holliday, Gallatin. R. O. Hickman. Madison. Will Kennedy. Missonla. E. C. Waters.*Dawson and Yellowstone. J. E. Rickard«, Silver Bow. DEMOCRATS—5. T. E. Collins, Chotean. J. J. Thompson, Custer. Ed. Cardwell, Jefferson. W. H. Sutherlin, Meagher. W. B. Handley, Lewis and Clarke. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. REPUBLICANS— 10. J. M. Paee. Beaverhead and Madison. C. R. A. Scobey, Dawson. W. W. Alderaon, Gallatin. H. N. Blake, Madison. Jacob Titman, Meagher and Fergus. H. Spaulding, Missonla. C. W. Hanscnm, Silver Bow. Wm. Thompson, Silver Bow. Lee Mantle, Silver Bow. E. N. Harwood, Yellowstone. DEMOCRATS— 14. L. A. Brown, Beaverhead. J. F. Taylor, Cboteau. J. M. Holt, Coster. E. H. Johnson, Caster. Jno. R. Toole, Deer Lodge. M. W. White, Deer Lodge. F. K. Armstrong, Gallatin. Chas. Hoffman, Gallatin. Enoch Wilson. Jefferson. J. W. Buskett. Lewis and Clarke and Jefferson. T. L. Gorham, Lewis and Clarke. Wm. Math. Lewis and Clarke. J. E. Kanouse, Meagher and Fergus. Thos. C. Marshall. Missonla. TOWH AND TEBBIT0BY. —The assessment of Silver Bow county this vear foots np a little over $7,000,000. The people of Minnesota are calling for a new registry law with considerable em phasis, and the legislature elect will be very apt to adopt such an one as gives so good satisfaction in New York. —For the first time ia many months the Northern Pacific monthly earnings fell be hind these of last year. laeir earnings for October past were $1,487,144, a decrease of $35.141 from those of the same month of 1885. —Bozeman Courier: Sanders got the name of being the candidate ot the North era Pacific railroad, while Toole bagged the game. It was the old deceptive cry of "stop thief." with a few modern variations. With the Northern Pacific Gov. Hauser's little finger was larger than Col. Sanders' whole body. — Benton Press: No particulars as to the amount of destruction at Calgary dor ing the fire day before yesterday have been received, except that the books and papers of I. G. Baker and Co. were saved. Mr. Bowen telegraphs that they are unable to ascertain what amount of merchandise was taken out of their store and removed to a sale place. Messrs. Baker & Co. were fully insured. -Inter-Mountain : Having succeeded in electing Joe Toole to Congress. Hon. W. A. Clark has once more settled dowD to the bnsiness of banking and miniDg, and is making thmgs bom at the various works in which he is interested, viz: the Moul ton, Colorado. Parrot, and Clark's Coalsa. Notwithstanding these duties, he still finds time *to superintend the construction ot his residence on Granite street, which will be in its finish and appointments the finest in Montana. The masonry work is now j nearing completion. aDd no detail ol con struction or furnishing will be ommitted i that can possibly add to its completeness, convenience or beauty. NATURE'S •CURE FOR form of a powder, produc- J TABRAXrR EFFERVESCENT SELT ZER APERIENT. CONSTIPATION, - > j mg when dissolved in water an Exhillarating. Eflervescict: Draught, re commended by our best Physicians as a reliable and agreeable remedy. It cues CBstii&tioi, eus itfiisnoi. cars Dyspepsia. Sick-Headache,^Si- ; ^ AND 016 Stt iBÜStt, IYSPEPSIA.ÏÂÂ" and gently urces all the Excretory organs to a proper action. It should be found in every household and carried bv every trave.er. î-oid .IruRgist everywhere. a ;t.h rtLEs H5S5E It aU kinds of Inflammati on. CATARRH. COLDS. DIARRHOEA. RHEU MATISM. NEURALGIA, more case* cured than bv anything ever prescribed. DIPH THERIA. SORE THROAT, use pro mptly , delav is dangerous. PILES. RLINDBLEEP ING'OR ITCHING. ULCERS.OLD OR NEW WOUNDS, BRUISES. BURNS. TOOTH ACHE, SORE EYES. SCALDS, SPRAINS, the greatest known remedv. Controls HEMORRHAGES.' FEMALE COM PLAINTS. BLEEDING Noee. Mouth. Stom ach, Lungs, or from any cause, stopped as bv a charin. It is called' the WONDER OF HEALING. Used ErtemaCy and Irdemaäy. rr rs fxsate to t any preparation except tut- Genuine with oeb directions. Prices 50c.. $1. $1 75. Sold everywhere. PON ?^l?I^Sl-Sf > Ä P i . ANY ' viv\-WOfiy> S>UPX - m CREAK •akin 1 iwdCJ ' DRPRICES 1 SPECIAL flAVORII PUREST AND ' STRONGEST ! NATURAL TRUIT flavors. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regsrd to Purity, Strength mnd | . three to five years loan3 or improved larms Vanilla, Lemon. Orange, etc., flavor delicious) j. PUCt BAS MS POWDfP Ca__Cwçszç_Ae£_SrJ^^ A Common Cold Is often the beginning of seriou- affec tions of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes, and Lungs. Therefore, the importance of early and effective treatment cannot be overestimated. Ayer's Cherry rectoral may always be relied upon for the speedy cure of a Cold or Cough. Last Januarv I was attacked with a severe Cold, which, by neglect and fre quent exposures, became worse, finally settling ou my lungs. A terrible cough soon followed', accompanied by pains in the chest, from which I suffered intensely. After trving various remedies, without obtaining relief. I commenced taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was Speedily Cured. I am satisfied that this remedy saved my life. — Jno. Webster, Pawtucket, B. I. I contracted a severe cold, which sud denly developed into Pneumonia, present ing dangerous and obstinate symptoms. Hv phvsician at once ordered the use of AvePs'Cherrv Pectoral. His instruction* wêre followed, and the result was a rapid and permanent cure.— II. E. Simpsou, Rogers Prairie, Texas. Two vears ago I suffered from a severe Cold which settled on mv Lungs. I con sulted various physicians, and took the medicines they prescribed, but received only temporary relief. A friend induced me'to trv Aver'* Cherrv Pectoral. After taking two bottles of this medicine I was cured. Since then I have given the Pec toral to ray children, and consider it The Best Remedy for Colds. Coughs, and all Throat and Lung diseases, ever used in my family.— Robert Vanderpool, Mead ville, Pa. Some time ago I took a slight Col!, which, being neglected, grew worse, sud settled on my lungs. I had a backing cough, and was very weak. Those who knew me best considered my life to be in great danger. I continued to suffer until 1 commenced using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this val uable medicine cured me. and I feel that I owe the preservation of my life to its curative powers. — Mrs. Ann Locxwood, Akron. New York. Aver's Cherry rectoral is considered, here, the one great remedy for all diseases of the throat and lungs, and is more in demand than any other medicine of its class. — J. F. Roberts. Magnolia. Ark. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co.. I.owe.i. Mim. by brcggistt. Price $1, §:x bottle#, FARM LOANS. We will undertake the negotiation of j i in Montana. We desire a select class of mortgages, and upon snch the rate of in terest will be made satisfactory. Corres pondence solicited. Beferences--First National Back, Helens. WALLACE, STYLES & THORNBURGH. Etelena, - .Montana. THE DINGEE & CONARD CO*S BEAUTIFUL LVEK-BLOOM1NG Our Great •»pecialiy is »add - r..>ct.cK RINKS. We rare ill the novelOe* »do r : ~ sl»nd»rd «-»rtf. mdiSereot fires »:.d prices to -. . . if mints. Over |öO ror.-.ij- to ch«-e ir r We send stn** Pol Rre«-s D nuu. t . ul l - 0*ces. porclaser's cb .ice of varieties ;.-i -il-. - 3 TO 12 PLANTS <81. sccopdic# to value. Two year expr. a*- O r New <;uide, T* SPKS kV * * Address THF A /ON AKI» i > Rose Growers. Weet Ci rove, Chester Co -lu. THE NORTHWESTERN CONSERVATORY OF mm. M1XXEAPOLIS. MINX. Piano. Orcar.. Voice. The rr. a . «»refc •>*??;«: ar.l B.; p<i Instruments. Modem lanmm K1 sol on. special Goi.n M K i n .VJvJ Piano. <»rcan and V • ..ce. t ALTABLE FREE ri. ASSES. Strongest corps of Teacher- in the J West. f CHARLES H. MORSE, Dlmlor. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. —it -- m t HR Si lt t> V MgThe 9th session will commence September 2d. Spacious and elegant buüdiDga— 10 in number-afford ample accommodations for -efjtitic •tudenta. divided Into three Departments of Schools. The Faculty comprises 40 members qualified to teach all the branches of the I .asstcxi. ^ ^ and Commercial Courses, together with Law, Medicine, Music, Civil Engineering, and the Fine Arts. Photography. Telegraphy an.. 1 ^ >f J tbe are taught by competent instructors. In the PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT students of every grade are given the best mean- to prep« ^ Collegiate or Commercial Courses. The MINIM DEPARTMENT, for children under 13. is distinct from the other department with " • ar ' oflje ingR grounds, etc. This department is unique, and from the Sisters ia charge receives all the care ar.d attention required by the ter.' t -1. pupils. For catalogue, giving full information and terms, addresa . Bev. J. A. ZAHM, C. 8. C., 429 Glenarm Street, Denver, Colorado. ORB ~B n.iT> Wagons, Harness and Sad dles, Wall and "A" Tents, Waeron Covers, etc., at A. J. DAVIDSON S. SOLS iuENT FOR HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS Main Street, Helena. _ A FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS & CHILDREN TRUTH IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL. A person may say what he wishes, a merchant may advertise as he sees fit, but the truth is al ways brought to light. In these days of exaggera tion there is a great deal put in the newspapers which can only be designated as "bait." The great increase of our business this season over all others shows that truth will prevail, and that we do precisely as we promise the public. ODR PRICES W BR RRL1RD OPOR. Our astonishing large shipments this season comprise a variety of novelties never before shown in the Territory, and will please everybody. Suits, Overcoats, Pataloons, Boy's Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Neckwear, White and Percale Shirts, Trunks and Valises, Blankets and Quilts, Rubber Coats, Hosiery, Cloves and all other articles in our line at SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES. GANS & KLEIN. THE LEADING CLOTHIERS, CORNER MAIN ST. AND BROADWAY. An: HELENA BUSINESS COLLiEGE English Trainlnc School >• i'l v ■j.Ht rr ! II 4. Eslablitlied lSS.T.^ Rrapea« Monday. Septem ber fith. Iss6. _ :A practical educational institution for Evening fe>-ion« from practical young and i old. October to April. COURSESOFSTUDY : Commcr ;,i Steno graphic, Normal and Art. • An undenominational school. The Latest and Best Method« used ia teaching all branches. Ladies admitted to ail departments. Stu dents can enter at any time. ?end for circu lar free. Addres H.T. ENGELHORN, i - E. O. EAILSBaCK. > • < orner Main street and Mb avenue. Helena. Montana.