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LOCAL NEWS
Frsna the Dallv Her*.d of December IC
TO AN E.ASTFRN BASIS.
The
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tion iti Pa«
t Sweeping Keduc*
>enscr Kate*.
The Heeai.d is informed by. General
Aztu: *:oke* that. commenciai: the firs: of
January, 1**7, the Northern Pacific local
passenger rates will lie reduced to tire
cents per mile. This is a cut of about 10
per cent., the existing tarin being eight
• ents a mile. The change will go into
efiect :n Montana. Idaho and Washington
Territories and in Minnesota and Dakota
the rates will be reduced to four cents in
-ections now above that figure. This is
getting railroad travel in the Territories
down to a State's basis, and the new« will
>e received with pleasure by the traveling
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K. un allegor.' al scene, represen..ng the
h resting among the clouds, with Thos.
public throughout the Northwest.
The Columbia Bicycle Calendar for
Tue Columbia Bicycle Calendar for *7,
a«: .ssued by the Tope Manufacturing Co.,
of Boston, is a truly artistic and elegant
work in chromo-lithography and the letter
press. Each day of the year appears upon
T - I j
._a. cO tirom i £«-*-*. a.
b . ,
and prominent personages. the calendar
proper is mounted upon a back of heavy
loard. upon which is exquisitely executed
in oil color efiect. by G. H. Buck, of New
York
earth
Steven«, in heroic size, mounted upon his
Columbia bicycle, circumbicycling the
zlobe. The atmospheric lights and shades
of sunlight and moonlight are charmingly
vivid, yet artistically toned and sottened.
A smaller portion ot the board is devoted
to a picture of a mounted lady tricyder,
s; ■ceding over a pleasant country road. As
a work of convenient art. the Columbia
Calendar is worthy of a place in office,
library or parlor.
Doing it in Style.
Chief Gibbs, of the Fire Department,
proudly displayed to the admiring gaze of
a reporter this morning several invitations
to the firemens ball, gotten up in dne
style. They are printed in ^ black on
canary satin over a handsome cut of a dre
engine. They read as follows :
Helena. December lv. 16*6.
T'.- Cliff Engineer and ilttubert of lie Fir
Department :
Yourself and ladies are invited to attend
a ball, to be given in this city by the
Helena Fire Department, at the Knights
of Labor Hall, on Thursday evening. De
cember 30, 1**6.
Committee— G. W. Gibbs, F. $. Lang, R.
M. Calkins, Z. T. Barton, W. Norris. Jas.
Bates. W. L. Greene. M. J. O'Brien.
< »ne of these neat invitations has teen
sent to each of the dre departments in the
prominent cities and towns in the Terri
torv.
Lilienthal's Nuptial«
The Sait Lake Tribune'* New York .
-pecial of the 14th says : A brilliant Jew
ish wedding took place yesterday after
noon. the contracting parties being Miss
Lillie S. Beruheimer, daughter of Simon
Bernheimer, and Jesse M. LilienthaL a
rising young lawyer in the drm of Bettes
i\i LilienthaL The sister of the bride mar
ried DeWitt Seligman. o: Seligmaa Eros.
Bernheimer presented his daughter with a
dne house completely furnished. The r
ceremony took place under an arch of
dowers. The drawing rooms were beauti
fully decorated. The trousseau of the
bride is one of the most extensive ever
seen in this city. One thousand invita- 1
rions were sent out, and the moet promi- j
nen: Jewish families in the city, including
the YTormsers, Seligmaus and Helmanns
were present.
Not every woman who arrives at middle
age. retains the color and beauty of her
hair, but every woman may do so by the
occasional application of Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It prevents baldness, removes dandruff, and
cures all scalp diseases.
A Trotting Kace.
There was a free for all trot at the Fair
grounds yesterday afternoon, the glorious
weather having spurred local horse owner*
to an attempt to enjoy the summer sport
oat of season. The race was the best two
in three, mile heats, and for a purse of
£25* » —$200 first and $-50 second money.
The entries were Ry. Zeigler's Nig. George
Brack's Counsel. W. R. Ashley's Jay. Dr.
Long s 1-ady D., Piatt A McComas Brown
Billy. Ed. Tarent s Little Nig. ar : Joe
< »'Neill's Sleepy Barney.
The race was an interesting one aud was
witnessed by many spectators- It was won
by Counsel, resulting as follows
First heat. Counsel first. Nig second.
Little Nig third. Brown Billy fourth. Lady
D. fifth. Jay sixth. Sleepy Barney seventh.
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Second heat. Little Nig first. Nig second,
I-ady D. third. Brown Billy fourth. Coun
sel fifth. Jay sixth. Sleepy Bareev -eventh
and shat oat. Time. 3:20.
Third heat. Counsel first. Nig second.
Little Nig third. Brown Billy fourth. Lady
D. fifth, Jay sixth. Time, 3:10.
Fatal Accident.
Mrs. L H. Wilson, of this city, to-day
receive«! the sad news of the death of her
father. Jno. T. Guinn, in Colors lo. The
gentleman owned a half interest in a mice
south of Denver and while walking over
the ore Jump missed his footing and fell
a distance of 00 feet. The accident oc
curred some days ago. resulting in death
vesterdav.
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Ma*onic Election.
At a stated meeting of King Solomon
Lodge No. 9 A. F. and A. M., held last
night, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year :
W. M.—Moses Morxis.
S. W.—J. R. Witmer.
J. W—Morris Sands.
Treasurer—Joseph Gans.
Secretary—Nick Fretz.
The Idaho Legislature.
A Boise special says the legisla; ure con
venned on the 13th inst. The Council was
organized by the Democrats, H. * *-mith.
anti-Mormon, forsaking his party and
caucusing with the Democrats. Mahew.
of Shoshone county, was elected president
The House is in a deadlock on the Speaker
and will probably not complete a perman
ent organization for several day«. The
political status stands. anti-Mormon
twelve. Democrats twelve.
Mr. Jacob Froehlich. a well known tailor
of Cincinnati, Ü , after suffering for years
with rheumatism, was cured in a short
time bv the use of St. Jacobs * *il.
From the Dallv Herald of December 17.
Death of 5lr«. S. F. -Molitor.
DIED.
MOLITOIL—In this city, December 10,
1**0, at 12:15 o'clock p. m., aged 53 years.
Caroline Victoria Molitor. wife of 8. F.
Molitor.
Caroline Victoria Simondi was bora ia
Turin. Italy. :n 1*33, and with her mother
came to this country when quite small,
landing at $an Francisco. In that citv she
was married to Stephen F. Molitor. on July
5,1*56. In l*7l* Mr. and Mrs. Molitor re
moved to this city from Helena. Montana
and have resided here since. Deceased
leaves a married sister in Saucelito. Cali
fornia. and also a brother in Weiser, Idaho,
to both of whom intelligence of her death
was wired.
The above is taken from the Black Hills
Daily Pioneer of the 11th inst., published
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aî Deadwoou. Dakota. The I neer. in the
; course of an extended obituary, states that
Mrs. Molitor a death was due to an attack
of pneumonia. She had been in delicate
health for a number of years. The editor
comments upon the many virtues of the
deceased and pays glowing tribute to her
worth, high character and unbounded
charity. The Helena friends of the late
Mrs. Molitor and their name is legion
will readily acquiesce in these deserved
encomiums. Tne lady's long residence in
this citv sufficed to establish a circle of ad
Mr. Molitor was an expert assayer. and
was long a resident of Helena engaged in
that business. He prospered here, out left
for the Black Hills daring the mining ex
c j te:neat> an( j aas crown to a position of
rwWood Tn him in this
amuence in Deadwood. To him in this
sore aüiction his Helena friends extend
most heartfelt sympathy.
Disbanded.
The Rocky Mountain snow Shoe and
Toboggan Club, after a brief existence,
snccumbed to the force of circumstances
last night and underwent dissolution. The
enormous expense of erecting a slide and
purchasing other necessaries of a toboggan
dnb made it impossible for the managers,
who worked hard and perseveringly for its
success, to establish it on a proper basis.
The projectors of the scheme wisely con
cluded to abandon an enterprise that could
not be successfully consummated, so they
met last night and disbanded the dnb.
The treasurer. Jacob Loeb. was instructed
to refund all fees already paid in. minus
the expense* already incurred, which are
to be assessed pro rata. It is understood
the members will reorganize into a snow
shoe dub. whose objects will be restricted
to the sport of snow shoing. The snow
shoe dub will be organized at once, and its
members will doubtless properly equip
themselves and attend the St Paal ice
carnival in a bodv.
miring friends, who will grieve sincerely
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over the new« oi her death.
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Mrs. C. Kellogg, Edgewood. Cal., says:
Red Star Cough Cure is the best medicine
she has ever used for colds for children.
A New Chapter Constituted.
A. J. Fisk. H. P. of Helena R. A. C. No.
2. returned from Billings last night. On
the evening of the 15th he constituted
Billings Chapter No. 6 under its charter,
and installed the following oncers for the
ensuing Masonic year :
Sam'l J. Prentiss, M. E. H. P.
Albert L Babcock, M. E. Kin_.
Paul Van Loon. M. E. Scribe.
Sidney H. Erwin. Capri of the H.
Sam'l R. Oldaker, P. S.
John McGLnness. R. A. C.
Herman H. Mnnd, Treas.
Geo. M. Hays. Secy.
Wm. A. Boots. G. M. 3d V.
Jno. M. Ramsey. G. M. 2d V.
j Jas. Ferguson. G. M. 1st V.
Allen Thompson. Sentinel.
After the installation the companions
participated in a banquet at Van Loan's
restaurant, and the occasion was a very en
! joyable one. The chapter is well officered
and starts of under the most favorable au
spices.
Sues for *2.000 Damages.
The case of Patrick Spellman against
Martin Holter, now on trial in the District
Court, is a damage suit for $2,000, The
complaint alleges that in July, 1655, Hol
ter 'assaulted Spellman and threw him
down the flight of steps leading to the
former's residence : that thereby the plain
tif sustained injuries that have since ren
dered him incapable of manual labor, upon
which his living depends. Wherefore
Spellman prays relief by the court, claim
ing damages in the sum of $2,000. The de
fendant claims that Spellman was intrud
ing upon his private premises at the time
o: the latter's ejection.
Benton Coach l pset.
The Helena and Benton Stage Company
experienced another unfortunate accident
yesterday. The north bound coach upset
while passing over a sidling piece of road
near Moore's ranch. There were five or
six passengers and two or three of them
sustained injuries. Mr. Stephen Spitzley
of Great Falls was-the most seriously hurt.
What his injuries consist ol is not definite
ly known, but they are said to be very
grave.
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Personal.
—John A. Gunn, the land inspector of
the Interior Department, is a late arrival
at the Merchants.
— N. F. Cleary, of Leadville, Col., and O.
F. Wiseman, of St. Louis, two wealthy
mining men. are a; the Cosmopolitan.
—Austin CorbiD. who has been engaged
commercially in the Cu-ur d'Alene country
for some months, has returned to Helena
to spend the holidays.
—Mrs. Martin Maginnis and Mrs. Mar
garet Beattie left this morning for the
East to spend the winter. They will visit
St. Louis. Washington and New York.
— Henry Sieben and bride arrived from
the East last night and are domiciled at
the Grand Central Hotel. Mr. S. has been
busy to day receiving the congratulations
of his many friends.
—Hon J. W. Johns, late member of Par
liament from Warwickshire, England,
is at the Grand Central. We be
lieve his visit here is in connection with
Montana Co. Limited mining operations.
—Harry White, ci Denver. Colorado, is
a guest at the Cosmopolitan. Mr. White
is an enterprising railroad man. formerly
general agent of the Kansas Pacific, but
now connected with the Denver *v Rio
Grande.
—Among the arrivals at the Cosmo
politan yesterday were Messrs. A. H. Mall
ory and R. M. James, ol London. Mr.
Mallory is the gentleman who purchased
the famous Drum Lurnmon mine for the
Montana Company, and his visit here at
this time is connected with their extensive
operations. Since his last trip to Helena
that rich mine nas justified his jndgment
in its worth and proved itself one of the
world's famous bonanzas.
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Fran the Dallv Herald of December IS.
THE COLDWATER GOVERNOR.
The Kentucky Cincinnati!» Just Nomi
nated as .Montana's Executive.
''Why did not you interview me on the
uew Governor? " said a Kentucky gentle
man to a Herald reporter on Broadway
last night. The reporter stated that it had
been his intention to do so and that the
present occasion might be improved to
effect the end. and seeking shelter in a con
venient doorway out of reach of the wind,
he laid his reportorial ear open to com
munications.
"Well," began the Kentuckian,' Gover
nor Leslie is a tine man and, I think, will
suit Montana people better than any other
man that could lie appointed from outside
of the Territory. His home is in Glasgow.
Kentucky, and* his whole life has been de
voted to agricultural pursuits. He is a
practical aud enthusiastic farmer and his
sympathies will be easily enlisted on the
side of our stock growers, miners and
ranchmen."
"Was he ever in Congress ?" queried the
reporter.
"No. In 1*67 he was elected Lieutenant
Governor of Kentucky on the ticket with
Governor Stevenson and on the latter's
election to Congress became acting Gover
nor. Subsequently he was elected Gover
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SAID TO HAVE SKIPPED.
A Co ur d'Alene Mine Seller Reported
to Have Failed to Make Proper
Returns.
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believed he also served two terms in the
State Legislature.
"What are his age and qualifications ?"
"The newspapers say he is 65. but I don t
believe he is over 62, if that. He is a cul
tnred and honorable gentleman. He is a
cold water man—at least he is known in
Kentucky as the "coldwater Governor,"
though his attitude in that respect is at
tributed to the influence ol his wife, who
is an ardent temperance advocate. The
gentleman has two sons, one of whom as
sisted him at Frankfort during his official
career as private secretary."
! nor. about 1670, and was succeeded in the
,. ^ • i z.i i n \r /-* ▼
I executive chair bv Charles B. McCrarv. I
A gentleman who arrived from the Cuur
d'Alene* this morning, says yesterday's
Inter-Hounbini. brings the news that a re
port is rife in that country that Phil Mark
son. who recently came to this city and
unset mine, which
is located on Beaver « reek, in that country,
had not turned up to divide the proceeds.
$17,500, with his partner, who has been
anxiously awaiting his return to Murray.
Not long since a man answering his de
scription was arrested at Weiser, Idaho,
since which rime nothing has been heard
of Markson. He owned one-half of the
claim which was sold to Clark, Durant and
others of this city for $17,500 cash, which
amount was paid over to Markson. His
partner's share, therefore, is $*.750, which
amount he is supposed to have embezzled.
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The Benton River Pro* seeks enlighten
Seeking Investment.
ment upon the event thus chronicled by it
"The paper town, designated by the Direr
Pra> as Great Falls No. 2, which for some
months has been suffering with an attack
of "innocuous desuetude." or something of
the sort, has again been heard from. Frank
Brown, the Helena stage driver, is author
ity for the statement that a party of five
or six wagon loads of Englishmen and
others reached the Big Fall yesterday, with
tents, supplies, implements and other
I things needed to found a city."
The party referred to by the Pet as were
twelve gentlemen from St. Paul and Min
neapolis. who. we learn, are seeking land
investments in the vicinity of Great Falls.
They leid Helena about a week ago for
that place and a portion of them returned
last night. These latter are at the Grand
Central to-day. and are Messrs. W. W. Ran
dall, T. Cahill. N. Homer, R. B. Norris,
Charles Wilson and Chas. T. Todt—all St.
Paul and Minneapolis men. Daring our
reporter's perambulations the gentlemen
were inaccessible to the interviewer, but
from a gentleman acquainted with them
we learn that they are in no way con
nected with the company owning the town
site which the Piter Press designates as
J Great Falls No. 2. Their object in visiting
our northern country is simply to look up
chances for investment on the Upper Mis
souri. and we understand that some few
land purchases have already been effected.
Another
Change on
l mon.
the .Montana
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ocher maladies proos^u^ attack tbeenfeeoit-d
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There will be another change of railroad
time Sunday. December 26th. says the Xetc
Xorthicezt. The present schedule only
allows persons going from Butte to Helena
1^ hours from arrival in Helena until de
parture of the train on return, a great por
tion of which time is occ upied going from
the depot to town and returning. Under
the new schedule the train will leave Eutte
over an hour earlier, aud that much ad
ditional time given in Helena. The return
time will be aboat the same. President
Dana. Auditor Mintey and Manager Black
well say the passenger receipts have ma
terially increased under the new schedule,
and that is held as good evidence the
change is popular. But the Anaconda
works started up co-incident with the
change, and the Deer Lodge court term has
added hundreds of passengers to the ordi
nary travel. The teät cited is not, there
fore. a correct one in this instance, as the
conditions have not been normal.
The Manitoba Massing Material.
The Manitoba has commenced the de
livery at Moose river, the winter terminus,
of steel rails and other building material
to cover 350 miles of roadway. It is
thought that track laying will commence
and proceed from both directions next
spring, and that not less than 150 miles
will be pushed to completion from the
Helena end. Should expected arrange
ments with the Northern Pacific be earned
out engines and cars and material will
likely be delivered in Helena during the
winter and track building prosecuted with
the utmost energy.
Xra and Worrren in Lilts' Prime
Who rise unrefreshed. feG languid through the
day. hare little appetite, and whose face* ex
hibit a sallow tint, are on the short route to the
grave. Uuless they can effect a radical change
in their condition they will no: reach old age.
Inrigoration is the only means of their physical
salvation. Upon Hostetlers Stomach Bitters
they can rely to famish them with the Sta- .ina, j
whi, h is a prerequisite to health, and to remove
that prime cause of continued debility, indiges
tion and non -assimilation of the food. We class
these causes a* one, since they are joint functions
of one organ, the stomach, chietiy. Built up
and rehabilitate«! with this superb restorative of
vigor the system may bid defiance to m a l a r ia,
rf- umatisrn. bladder and kidney diseases, and
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disease of a virulent type, but effects a prompt
reform in the condition of a drowsy or disordered
liver and irregular bowels.
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C" HELP WANTED—Parties wanting sheep
wintered, wili do well to correspond with R.
GODFREY, Ubet, Montana.
TOWN AND TERRITORY.
—An heiress is borne to the house oi
Cruse. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Cruse are
parents of a daughter, bora yesterday.
—At the recent session of the Lewis and
Clarke commissioners the assessment oi
the N. P. lands ia this county was placed
at $1 per acre.
—Oar new Governor's name is Preston
H. Leslié. It is said that the middle
initial has a deeep significance aDd that
the gentlemen's toll came is Preston
Hauser Leslie.
—The marriage of Mr. James W. Forbis
and Miss Lizzie Thornton transpired at
Batte last night. It was a great social
event and over three hundred guests at
tended the reception.
—X. B. Rand was arrested again this
morning, on the instance of a neighbor, for
beating his wife. He has appeared before
a magistrate on former occasions charged
with the same offense.
—Thomas McManus stole six wolf skins
of a par value of £1 each from W. H.
Graham. Graham had him arrested there
for. and Judge English acted as assessor
and sent McManus to the county jail for
thLty days.
—Seekers for officers in the legislature
are bobbing np on all sides—some serenely
and others in less equable frame of mind.
Each county seems to be patting forth
—w. I. Edwards, of Rimini, writes the
Heeald that the report of his marriage
1 Wlt b Mrs. Mashen. published in the Inde
1 pendent, is incorrect He will be ia th
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j tor recognition and tue chances are
thtr^ will 1 w* tiw'ht m th#? ciucu , '€>.
wm n u^di ikq u iw buuws.
the
city in a few days to rectify the mistake
and discover the originator of the report.
—Cuts of the St. Paul ice palace, as it is
to be built this season, have ieen received
in Helena. It will be larger than last
year's, the main feature being a high
octagonal tower rising Irom the center of
the house of ice. Tne carnival will open
January 17th.
—The case of Sweeney et al. against the
Consolidated Ten Mile Mining and Re
duction Company, that has been on trial in
the District Court for three days, was
brought to an abrupt termination this
morning by the defendants claiming a non
suit, which was allowed by the court.
—Van Wart. Brunell & Co. announce in
a change of advertisement to-day a grand
clearance sale of cloaks and dress goods.
Lady shoppers intent upon purchasing
winter wraps and costumes should call at
this popular dry goods establishment and
take advantage of the bargains offered.
—The Northern Pacific Express com
pany now issue money orders from 15
cents to $50. When you send your Xmas
presents home do not forget that the
Northern Pacific Express have 250 miles
the shortest route to all points East. Quick
time, low rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
D. B. Newcomb. Acting Agent.
—The gang of incendiaries are still at
their devilish work in Anaconda. Last
Wednesday night fires broke out in three
different places and search revealed several
piles of tinder in other localities ready for
the torch. A patrol system was inaugu
rated for protection. The miscreants a:
nearly ended and the road is already in the
the bottom of the attempts keep their
identity <arefully hidden.
—Fifteen ore cars went out to Rimini
yesterday to be loaded with Lee Mountain
ore for transportation to Wick es. and the
first shipment will doubtless be made in a
lew days. Constructive operations are
hands of the operating department, under
lease to the Northern Pacific. The time
schedule will go into effect oa the 26tb.
— X'etc Xorth- RVsf : Tne Bi-Metallic
Company, which owns the J. G. Blaine,
Rocky Point. Divide, Fanny Parnell and
Alice Nora mining claims near Phiiips
borg. has practically completed negotia
tions for the Algonquin mill at Philips
burg. and expects to have it crushing ore
from the Blame lode in sixty days. The
question only turns on the title being
found perfect in all particulars, aud the
belief is that there is no defect.
—The $10»! apiece which the board of
county commissioners paid Messrs. Pope
and Cnthbert from the poor fund, and over
which the Independent seems to be unduly
exercised, is explained by the bill on file in
the clerk's office to have been paid for serv
ices rendered by them during the past two
years in planning, supervising and attend
ing to the erection of the new county hos
pital buildmgs and outhouses on the coun»y
poor farm. These records are accessible
even to Independent reporters.
— Inta-llouniain : The Granite Moun
tain Company is the victim of a petty thief
or thieves who recently stole from the
office of the company at Granite checks
Nos. 6,747, 6,595. 6.60$, 6.729. 6,7»>4, 6,60b.
and 6.559, amounting to $409, upon which
payment has been stopped. The Bi-Metallie
Company als« lost in the same deal checks
Nos. 377, 374. and 39$, amounting to
$26$-50. The checks were stolen from Mr.
James Martin, of the Granite Mountain
Company, yesterday. Word was at once
sent to the banks of Butte and vicinity to
stop payment.
Pond s Extract In cases of headache,
whether Bilions or Nervous, bathe the head
for a few minutes with the Extract, and
the pain is gone.
The Elkhorn Queen.
A new mining company bearing this
name has been organized in this city. It
is capitalized at $1,000,0»>3 divided into
$10 shares. The incorporators are Messrs.
Rogers. Klein, McMillan. A. G. Clarke.
Jno. C. Curtin, R. C. Wallace. Massena
Ballard and A. K. Barbour. The company
is formed to work a valuable piece of
quartz property near the celebrated Elk
horn mine in Jefferson county.
N ATU R E'S WHAT ls 17 G00D F0R ?
CURE FOR- TARRANT'S
C0NSTIP*TI0H f EFFERv mT SELTZER
Cure* Constipation Sick
Headache and Bilious
A^titi'Jm^ora^
the «otnach. to which it
Sick-Headache,
AND
imparts tone and \ gor.
and enables the diger-ve
organs to perform their
functions with ease and
expedition. It is pleas
ant to the taste, portable
in form, and gives im
mediate relief in all ordi
nary ailments arising
from a disordered «tom
nVCDFPCII ac h or constipated habit.
IflwlfclUl n* Take no substitute, but
demand the genuine 1 arraat's Kflerv«"*
reat Seltzer Aperient, which can be found
in every well regulated drug store.
Notice t o C reditor«.
Estate er The*. F. Wood*, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.
Administrator of the estate of Thos. F. Wooes,
deceased. to the creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them
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with tne Deeessary Toucher«, within four months
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after the first publication of this notice, to the
said Administrator, at his residence at Marys
ville, or at the office of the Probate Court in the
said county of Lewis and Clarke.
Dated at Helena. December 17th. ISs*.
ALEXANDER Me INT< >SH.
Administrator of the estate of Thos. F. Woo:«,
deceased. wdec23-3>jan6-13
DISTRICT COIRT.
Reducing the Civil Calendar.
DECEMBER 16.
Joseph P. Flick et al. vs. Gold Hill and
Lee Mountain M. & M. Company et al.:
amended motion to strike ont portions of
amended answer over-ruled ; plaintif!' has
until December l*;h in which to reply or
demur.
John B. Taylor vs. John P. Kitchen et
al.: demurrer tocomplaint sustained : plain
tiff has leave to amend in ten days and the
cause is continued.
Absent Heirs vs. Norma D. Chadwick:
ordered that this case, also case No. 3,*05.
be consolidated and the appellants permit
ted to prosecute tfceii appeal without giving
bond on appeal.
Patrick Sweeny et al. vs. the Con. Ten
Mile M. & R. Co. et al.: trial resumed : de
fendant's motion for non-snit sustained and
judgment entered according. Jury dis
charged.
Tatem & Ellis vs. Capital M A M. Co.
et al.: summons issued.
Emeline Reynolds vs. Hiram Reynolds ;
complaint filed and summons issued and
order for publication made.
Jacob Adami et al. vs. A. Kleinschmidt
et al. Affidavit of defendant Kiein
schmidt filed.
Joseph A. Blessing vs. Arthur W. Sias et
al. Findings and judgment filed and judg
ment ordered for plain tin' for the sum of
$2,454.96 and costs, and attorneys lien for
$1.227.49 filed.
Adam Fassold et al. vs. The Con. Ten
Mile M. A M. Co. Judgment for defendant
as per stipulation filed, each party to pay
own costs. Same order in case No. 3746.
DECEMBER 17.
Patrick Spellman vs. M. M. Holter
trial resumed to jury and and in progress
at the time of adjournment at the noon
recess.
Territory vs. Thomas Grimes: an ap
pealed case of a last summer's water scram
ble in the valley, from a justice court : dis
missed at plaintiffs cost on motion of the
District Attorney.
Patrick Spellman vs. Martin M. Holter,
the suit for $2,000 damages mentioned yes
terday : trial concluded and given to jury :
verdict for the defendant : jodgment or
dered entered accordingly.
Sebree. Ferris A White vs. C. L. Yawter.
partnership suit : on trial to a jury.
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SUMMONS.
yOC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to appear
A. " " ?. ou
Iu the D 2 «?rict Court of the Third Ja<i: .al Dis
tri. t of the Territory of Montana, i and for the
county of Levt :« aud Clarke.
Eme'.i-.e Reynolds, plaintiff. 1
versus r SUMMONS.
Hiram Reynolds, defendant.
The people of the Territory c.f Montana «eud
greeting to the above named defen '.ants :
above named plaintiff in the District Court of the
Third Judicial District or the Territerv of Mon
tana. :n and for the county of Lewis and Clarke
and to answer the complaint fled therein, with
in ten days exclusive of the dav of service.,
after the service on you of thi* summons, if
served within this county: or. if served out of
this tounty. but in this district, within twenty
•lays; otherwise within for*. y day«, or judgment
by default will be taken again« you. according
to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a deert e of
Slid court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between said plaintiff and defendant,
and granting an absolute divorce to said piaim
tiff, and giving to plaintiff the care, ostodv and
education of Harriet I. Reynold-. Orali J 'Rey.
noids and W.lliam R. Reynold*, a.1 minor chil
dren of said marriage, and for g*-:.eral re.ief. as
more fully appears by plaintiff's complaint on
.Cnd you are. hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the «aid complaint." a« above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the said
ief in said complaint demanded.
court for the reii
* ■ -—a- * V.. * tuuiUiaihi UCIIld.iatr<J>
Given under mv L*nd and the Féal of the I>i*.
trict Court of the Third Judicial District
} . EAL _ > of the Territory of Montana, in and for
t j the county of Leans and Clarke, this
--Pkh day of December, in ths year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and eiehtv-sr.
B.H TATEM. Clerk. ' ^
By C. G. REYNOLDS. Deputy Clerk
wdeeZ130-ar6.il
ORB SACKS,
Bain Wagons, Harness and Sad
dles, Wall and "A" Tents,
Wagon Covers, etc., at
A. J. DAVIDSON'S.
SOLS AGENT FOR HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS.
Main Street, Helena,_
THIS WEEK
Boys and Childrens
CLOTHING
AT COST!
Everything marked down in
Mens Suits and Overcoats.
30 per cent, less than
former Low Prices.
Agency for the justly celebrated Dr. Yaegeis
Sanitary Underwear, the best Health
preserving goods in the World.
GANS & KLEIN.
IEIjENA
1USINESS COLLEGE.
Emtli'h Trainiag School.^ Established ts»:!.J Rrnpen* Mondny. Septem
ber 6th. 1SS6.
.g- feÿ-igâs. [A practica! educational institution for
ggfiî young android. Evening te-- from
October to April.
Z.ZJV COURSES OFSTUDY : Comae:. Mo no
graphic, Norm»! and Art.
1 An undenominational school. T..eljn>--i
and Best Method* used iu teacnir.g all
branches.
Ladies adn.:ited toa.i department*. Mu
dents can enter at any time. Semi f„r circu
lar free ' Addre«
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E. O. RAIL9BACK. > * r - c ;P a
Corner Main afreet and 6th avenue,
Helena. Montana
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F. ADKINSON.
Attomey"»t»Li*w.
Office in Masonic Temple. Helena. M. T.
Special attention given to suspended and con
tested land and mn.era. entree. dawly-jyl
I T. BURTOK.
Ex-Receiver U. ?. Land Cfiice.
R. H. HOWEY.
Notary Public.
BURTON i HOWEY.
Land Atto rneys,
Room 13 Sanford A Evans' Block. Special at
tention given to contested claims title#, and
cor.vevanc ng dawly-je5
E. S. KELLOGG. M. 0.
Surjtenii and Ilomu-opathie Physician.
HELENA. MONTANA.
!
Gives spec ial attention to diseases of the Ei 7 .
EAR. THROAT and CHEST. Alto, All
Chronic Discuses. dywly-augC-t
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
Physician. Surgeon, Arcoachenr. Oc
cnlist and Anrist.
Member of ?an Francisco Medical society, a'so
Nevada state Medical Society.
ding -tore. Entrance
n «reel. Consulta
Office —Over Pärchen'« _
from Broadwav . nd Jackson street. Consulta
tion* In Germar. ar.d English. _ dawtf-ol6
THOMAS ECKLES, M.D.
Office oc Grand Hi ss t .
dawtf-dscSr,
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ÄDVER TI8IH6
For a cfceik for S3) we
will print a ten-line ad
er.isement In One Mil
lion issues of leading
Amer.can Newspapers
- . r and complete the work
within ten days. This is at the rate of ou'y one
ufth of a cent a'.me. for 1.000 Circulation 1 The
advertisement will appear in but a single issue
of any paper, »iid consequently will be placed
before One Million different newspaper purcha
<*»:— or Frri Mnxios Reader-, if it is true, as
is sometimes stated, that every newspaper is
looked at by fire persons on an average. Ten
* c ' c o m —odaie about seventy-five words.
Address wit., copy of advertise men* and check,
or send *) cent« for book of 17 * paces.
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k
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Offer to the public a line of
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The attention of millmen an*
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Sign of the Illuminated Mortar .
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OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED IN l&C
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A. J. DAVIS. Vice-Pres -er i.
E. W. KNIGHT. Cashier. ^ . .
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S T. HAU*ER. JOHN C. CURTIN.
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