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THEDAILY 1XDEPEXDEXT: HELEXA. BATUKDAT MOBXING. JUXE 15. 1889.
HelenaWill Turn Herself Loose on^the Fourth of July and Make^Things Hum.
NEEDEDGOLD AND SILVER
TheSoliciting Committee Doing Very^Well, but Money Must Yet^Be Raised
IfMadr a ^u^ ilb. l^^-^^pl^- Must ^ii
Uom lu Their 1'o.kfU ^ud^Contribute.
TheFourth of July soliciting committee^after two days' hard work, have ^ure^-t-^lfd^in raidina S2.500 for the Fourth of July^celebration. The other committees are^also moving along. A gentleman fully^alive to the importance of the event said to^an Ixdepkjident reporter yesterday: ^It^is three years since the people of Helena^have been called tipon to give money for a^Fourth of July celebration, and Helena re^^puted to be the richest city proportionat -ly^in the I nited .States with its $15,0O0.0WJ in^the vaults of the Helena banks and other^places should not hare it said that a solicit^^ing committee had to beg for funds for an^occasien of this kind. Five thousand M
lmrnis the low estimate the arrangement^committee figures upon as tbe expei.se.-to^be incurred and Slo.OOOcouid be judiciously
andadvantageouniy expended entertaining^the visitors on that day. The benefits that^will accrue through having a grand eiiter-^tainment to which the whole lributar^ ter^^ritory could attend would be manifold.^.Sufficient money should be raised to enable^the arrangement committee to charter^special trains to all the leading cities u Ah-^.11 3JU or Sun miles of Helena, and invite^people to attend tree of railroad lure.^1 here are thousands of people in Montana^who have never seen Helena. Nt-nd out^personal invitations that only deslrtuie^people could attend. Our merchants could^become acquainted and exchange couite-^sies, and tne volume of business that would^naturally follow such an exhibition of gen-^.-r'^i'y would amply compensate all chan^^nels of tra^le for the donations they might^give. No merchant or business^man should thin* of giving I ss^thrtii ti'^ each. Many iiev ^ ,r^ilk towns are preparing home celebrali ms.^Anaconda, a cap'tal bidder, proposes to^outdo itself In the first attempt. ii:itte,^which never fails to have a glorious and^patriotic Fourth, ia im the ring as u.-ual.^Mi.vcuia, too, is working hard, and its lair^association will hang about S3,0U0 in BSw-^niiums liozeman Is getting there snd^^ ireat Falls and Benton are at work, liut^Helena's festivities should eclipse them^a.l. It should be the grandest event ever^heard ot in the Kocky mountains, an 1 as^Col. Curtis remarked, one that will k*-ep^people talking for years.^ On that day of^double importance a great body ot men^will assemble to formulate a basis t.pon^winch the future state is to he built, and^the importance of Judge Mcl'onnell's re^^cent remarks at the recent mass uiett.ng^will Ik- recalled: ^Let no man say he re^^fused to contribute to the celebration.
Theilambeau club, artillery, tire depart^^ment and all civic and military orga:i ca^^tions are soen to prepare for the Fourth.^The fair association will a so have at' at^^tractive programme.
ALarge Concourse of Krieiitl* ilo Honor^lu the Memory ut ^,eor|re l.\ .
Allthat was mortal of (ieo. \V. hash aw^was laid to rest yesterday by a host of^syuipai !n/.ing friends and acquaintances.^The funeral was the largest that has been^seen in Helena and was indicative ot the^esU em and popularity in which the de^^ceased was held, tie was a member of the^A. O. I . W., fire department, P. O. S. of^A. and other associations, all of which did^honor to his memory by turning out in full^force. The tire department and veteran^firemen appointed committees to diaw up^resolutions of condolence and sympathy^tor the bereaved relatives. Kl 2:30 the cor^^tege was formed as follows:
Clergymenin csxtIsko-^WsUmju belect Knights.^Hearse
HUpall bearers. A. u U. W.^blx pollre officers, guards.^Family Carruu^.^K~Kular police force,^xx city marshals.^Kx police oficers.^Butte pollre delegation.^Fire department.^Bx-lire department.^I'atriiitir None ot America.^Capital Loose No. i, A O. D. \V.^Cltlzeus In carriages.
Thefriends of the d^ ceased live on both^sides ot the Rockies and that litorge^itashaw's demise w as regretted in line,^where he was well known among the police^of that city, w as attested hy sending a del^elation ot west side officers to at:.no the^funeral. These were City Marshal C i^McArthur, Officers Andrew Oann, J..iues^l.eyden and 1 nomas Waters. They were^entertained hy Marshal Hard and I ily^Hetective Walters.
Allof the arrangements were made by^Capt. Chary, who superintended every^^thing.
ColC. D. Curtis, postmaster. Assistant^Postmaster Hoss and the chief clerk ot the^railway service in Montana, met je.-t. : . ij^as a local board ot the civil service c im-^mission, and examined candidates for posi^^tions in the railway .mail service. I I ere^uere ten applicants, ail of whom pas-ej a^creditaole examinauon. The commission^will make their report recommending the^appointments of the applicants to vacan^^cies.
SmilingAlbert's celebrated Clam Chow^der every evening at The Louvre.^w. li. .i,\ k k i. and Smiling Albkkt,^1 Topic : -
outof that car load of live poultry re^^ceived by the Hayes Packing company^Thursday, they have killed and dressed^five hundred and have them ready for mar^^ket this morning. They also have an un^^limited supply of choice spring chickens,^both dressed and alive. Also rememoer^that they are headquarters for treshoysters^anil all kinds of tresh and salt water fish,^new vegetables, etc. Remember the num^^ber. 12 lsri^adway. Telephone Ltn.
Attendthe special sale at the Bee Hive^and save money.
Excursions For Fourth of July and^Butte Races.
TheNorthern Pacific railroad will make^a rate of one fare for the round trip be^^tween all points within a distance of 300^miles. Tickets on sale July 2d, 3d and 5th:^good to return until July 5th.
Onthe same date tickets will be sold^from all |^oinU between Bozeman and Mis^^soula to tiarrisonand return at a rate of^tine fare for the round trip, account of the^Butte races.
TheMontana I'nion will make a similar^rate between Oarrison and Butte. Tickets^good returning until July 7th inclusive.
A.1). Edgar,^General Agent.
ChasingThieves,^tieorge Walker, under sheriff of Lewis^and Clarke county, returned yesterday^from an unsuccessful chase after the^thieves which have been committing dep^^redations around Craig and other places^along the Missouri river. Mr. Walker^says that his posse captured the outfit of^the thieves consisting of a boat and a lot of^clothing, cooking utensils and other tilings.^The thieves, three or four in number,^abandoned their boat and took to the hill*^hear 1 im where all trace of them was^lost, but a telegram received by sheriff^Jefferis yesterday afternoon leads hi n to^infer that the trail has been found and^that the robbers will he canghL
Wehave a very heavy shipment of
dressedpoultry for to-day's market, and
toensure closing it all oat we will sell
chickensat 15 cents and turkeys at 20 cents^per pound.
LijtDSAYA Co., Limited-^Yellowstone National Park.^Commencing June 3 and continuing un^^til Sept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate of one fare for the round^trip from Helena to Livingston and return,^on the following conditions: Passengers^o pnrchaae a round-trip ticket to Livings-^on and either a $30 or 540 book ticket^through the park. These tickets Include^rail and stage transportation from Livings-^^5 JouI and nve d*y^. respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association s^hotel*- For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D. Euuas, General Agent
A Disappointed Housebreaker Leaves a^Note in K i plan at Ion.
%sneak thief entered Conly A Foote's^law office in the Union block Thursday,^whose propensity for cheek is only ex^^ceeded by bis dexterity at breaking trunks.^It is thought the prowler entered either by^a door or side window, as the door was left^unlocked carelessly, and the roofs of some^old buildings just reach a window in the^rear mom. When Mr. Foote reached the^office yesterday morning he found the lock^forced on an old trunk, and upon later in^^vestigation Mr. Comly failed to miss any^^thing, as papers formed the principal con^^tents of the trunk. A piece of paper was^f iund on a table alongside the trunk upon^which was written:
Hihh.ui Fkikxd:^1 am sorry you had^nothing of value in this trunk, as 1 am^greatly in need of gold and silver. ^i^^od^bye. Yours truly, Omaha.
1oe thief was probably in search of some^ot Mr. Foote's precious Montana sapphires,^c.trundums and garnets which he does not^keep in his office. A lamp had been taken^from the front office, also ink and pen. and^a chair drawn up to tne table showed the^visitor war rather cool about the proceed^^ing-
KarlOarriner at tbe Opera Houte Msd-^Jeska t* Be With la.^Karl Gardner delighted another audience^last night in ^Fatherland.^ He will appear^again this afternoon in ^Karl the Peddler^^and will give the same play to night.^lilly clay.
LillyClay's colossal gaiety company will^appear at Ming's opera house Tuesday^night. This is what is called a leg show,^but it is one of the best on the road. Tbe
performersare all clever actors. Alice^Townsend. tLe La Porte sisters, the Sbee-^hans, the Metropolitan Emerson and Cook^iiilton, the contortionist, are attractions.
Tbecoming of that great artiste. Modjes-^ka, will undoubtedly bring into Ming's^opera bouse the opening night, all the^ti,eater-goers. The madame is one of the^most finished actresses living, and being^supported as she is by the excellent com^^pany of Booth and Barrett, the people will^want to see her. She will give four per^^formances in Helena, each of which will^no doubt attract every lover of true dra^^matic art.
Complaintis made that vandals are strip^ping flower beds at night.
Thecase of Kieinschmidt v s. Wells is^still on trial in the district court.
Tbepolice court was closed yesterday in^respect to the memory of the late tieorge^Bashaw.
TheHelena Turnverein has subscribed^upwaras of $200 for tbe benefit of tne^Johnstown sufferers.
Thedelayed returns from Fergus county^are in and the canvassing board will meet^to-day to canvass the returns.
TheLily Clay Gaiety and Burlesque^company appear at the opera house Tues^^day night. Bald heads in front.
Tbecounty commissioners visited tbe^county jail and poor farm yesterday, found^them all right and adjourned.
TbeHelena Social club gave an enjoya^hie dance at Harmnnia hall last night.^There were about fifty couples in attend^^ance. Professor Rossner's orchestra fur^nisiied the music.
Marysvilleand Helena will cross bats at^.sey tner park Sunday, on which occasion^the Orutn Lummon boys will meet their^tirst defeat. The Helena team will don^their new uniforms.
JerauldJerome Oahler, seventh son of^Mr. and Mrs. C. L. l^ahler. aged three^weeks, was baptized at the cathedral^Thursday afternoon by Father Palladino^H. F. Galen and Mrs. John K. Blaine acted^as sponsors.
C.M. William*, who was charged by^Heputy Sheriff Richards with trying to^conceal a witness wanted by the court and^arrested for contempt of court, was set^tree yesterday by Judge Blake.
A.J. Steele, A. J. Davidson and W. B.^Webb were granted a right of way to lay^aii iron track from the northern limits of^the city to the Wesleyan university grounds^tor a motor railway. The franchise was^asked fur fifty years and granted for twen^ty-five.
JesseArmitage Is circulating a petition^praying the city fathers to have the water^mains extended on Broadway to Montana
avenue,where some fine residences are in^course of construction and the property-^increasing in value.
Advicesreceived at Bradstreets' places^the hisses by the Butte fire at $11,000. di^vide,; as follows: W. Blair, tinware, ^500;^F. X. '..raid, blacksmith, ^1.200; N.Juhin^vi he. harness, 83,000; 1). J. Cassin, saloon,^HUM; C. Provost, saloon. ^500; J. H. Ru^tlolph. upholstery, ^300; Mrs. F. McCatTery,^millinery, ^2.000. Insurance, about ^6,000.
TheBee Hive is bound to do the business^if they continue thee special sales, as their^store is always crowded whenever they^aivi-rtise one of these sales like to-day's
Tothe National ^.durational Association^Meeting.
TheI'nion Pacific Railway company^will sell tickets from Helena to Nash^ville, Tenn., from June 30th to July 14th^inclusive, for the above meeting, at the^rate of one fare for the round trip i S6K.401,^limited to return until Sept. 12th, tickets^not good for returning before July 16th,^Transit limits in each direction (6) days,^For further information call at the Union^Pacific office, No. 28, north Main street.
A.^. Vkazik,^Passengsr Agent
TheMontana Turnbezirk is to be held in^Helena Sunday and Monday, instead of^Saturday and Sunday, as stated. Sunday^will be the big day, but on Monday a fine^exhibition of turning and other athletic^games will be witnessed. A delegation^from Butte and the south will arrive in^ile.ena at 11:25 over the Montana Central.^The Helena Turners will meet their bro^^thers at tbe depot, and beaded by Ross-^ner's band will march up town to Teichert^A Wick's, where lunch will be served,^after which all will go to Kranich's Grove^to spend the day.
SundayExcursion Rates.^As Sunday is the only day which can be^flannci' as a holiday of the laborer, farmer^and business man alike, the Montana Cen^^tral Railway company will, until further^notice, make a special rate of one fare for^the round trip, good for that day only, be^^tween all stations on its line, thus affording^the country people an excellent oppor^^tunity of spending the day in Helena or^Butte, and at the same time affording the^city people a chance of spending Sunday^amid the magnificent scenery of the canons^of tbe Missouri and Prickly Pear or Cen^^tral park.P. P. - hi- : i.i .
Spokane,the Derby Winner.^Tbe great Montana flyer will certainly^appear at the Twin City Jockey club run^^ning meeting, to be held in St. Paul in^July, and in order that Montanians may-^see this remarkable horse, the Northern^Pacific railroad has made a rate of S4^.B0^from Helena to St- Paul and return. Tick^^ets will be sold on July 21, good to return^until Aug. ^ This is a material reduction^from rates previously announced. In con^^nection with the above, tickets will also be^sold from Helena to Chicago and return on^same date at ^71.90. A. D. Edgar,^General Agent, corner Main and Grand^streets, Helena.
ExcursionRates to St. Paul.^Tbe Montana Central Railway company-^has arranged to give a rate of $48.90 from^all points on their line to St. Paul and re^^turn for the Twin City Jockey Club meet^^ing at St. Paul in July. Tickets will be on |^sale July 21st. good to return until August^2nd. This will give everybody an oppor^^tunity of seeing tbe Kentucky Derby win^^ner, Spokane, entered for some of the prin^^cipal events of tbe meeting. Tbe above^reduction will make the round trip rate,^Helena to Chicago and return. $71 90. on^sale same date i July 21st i good to return^until August 2nd.
P.P. Shelby, Gen'l Manager.
Descriptionof a Fishing Trip to^Missoula by a Disciple of the Old^Angler. Izaak Walton.
Fourthof July Rate.^The Montana Central Railway company^will sail round trip tickets to ail points on^their line for a distance of 300 mile* at one^fare for tbe round trip on July 2nd. 3rd^and 4th, good to return up to and including^July 6th.
P.P. Shelby, General Manager.^Jso. J. Fallon. City Ticket Agt.
AnOla-Time Vigilante Recounts His^Experiences Which are Thril-^Ing and Amusing.
Line*Cast in Pleasant flare. Yield a Rich^Reward u^ the Lurara of the^Flany Tribe.
Totravel 125 miies merely for tbe sake^of killing a few trout would seem to ail^bnt the true disciple of ^Isaac Walton^ a^very foolish method of spoiling a holiday.^Nevertheless, the true sportsman welcomes^a fishing trip as the child looks forward^ith pleasurable anticipation to the advent^of a new toy.
Thevery details of preparation, such as^the selection of flies, the choice of a rod^and the momentous question of a good^fishing ground, are in themselves prob^^lems the solution of which is dear to every^true sportsman's heart. Why we selected^Missoula for our headquarters can be eas^^ily understood to those who have fished^such streams as the Rattlesnake, the Lo-Lo^and Rock creek. There Is good fishing^still to be found in the neighborhood of^Helena, but the fist are small a d the^crowds of fishermen great, hence the re^^sults are poor.
Thenagain the trip to Missoula over the^Northern Pacific road is a very enjoyable^one. The scenery is fine, and 1 question^whether any three men ever enjoyed a^broiled steak any more than my compan^^ions and myself when on Friday evening^last we sat down to a well served supper on^one of the dining oars of the Northern Pa^^cific road en route for Montana, The even^ing exerted its strength warming up the^beautiful valley through which the railroad^traverses, on one side of the car a boiling^stream bounded and seethed over rocks and^through tangled brush wood, while the^densely wooded hills cast long shadows re^lieved here and there by the glint of the^suns last ray s as they seemed to bid good^night to nature, and make room for^that peaceful quiet which hushes the birds^to sleep and acts as the lullaby to all insect^life. Traveling in our days has been re^^duced to such a science that five hours on^the train passes very rapidly,and with pleas^^ant .travelling companions tbe day seems^almost too short. While in the smoking-^car it was our good fortune to meet a gen^^tleman who, although for the last eighteen^years a resident of Seattle, will be remem^bered by a great many of Helena's pioneers^Mr. A. H. Manning, once an active mem^^ber of the vigilantes here and later on^United States marshal. He is now a large^real estate owner and dealer in Seattle, and^when we met him was on his way hack to^ascertain what the devouring rUmes had^left him to call his own. Although a man^apparently past the prime of life, be still^possesses the strength and will power^which in former days won for him the re^^spect of the rough crowd which acknowl^^edged no laws and respected no justice^save that administered hy Judge Lynch,^and many anecdotes, notably one in^which be came very near being^hung by the vigilantes for saving the^life of his cousin, who killed a man here in^cold blood, would, if put together in book^form, make a novel quite as exciting as tbe^blood-curdling and yeilow-backed litera^^ture purchased tor a dime. What strikes^everyone on reaching Missoula is the^plentitude of what we most lack in Helena,^namely, water and trees, while in the Flor^^ence they possess a hotel of which this city^might well be proud. Our advent in^Missoula, armed with baskets, poles and^fishing enthusiasm, was met with tbe usual^variety of enthusiasm so admirably adapted^to confuse and make one question whether^the sport to be obtained in the selected fish^^ing ground is worth tbe journey.
Ofcourse every man speaks from bis^own experience, and consequently my ad^^vice to all fellowmen is this: Listen to all,^but use your own judgment and be guided^entirely by practical results. There are^streams around Missoula both good, bad^and indifferent, and there are trout to be^caught in almost every direction, hut to get^good sport you must travel a good many^miles. The first morning we took the 7 a.^m. train, which runs up the Bitter Root^valley, and got off at Lou Lou. The Bitter^Root ia a beautiful valley, thickly wooded,^well watered and extremely fertile.
Whilethe travel at the present time is^small, the only train running up the valley^in the morning and returning at night, yet^at the same time it is unusually well laden^with a combination of lumber, fruit, vege^^tables, passengers and not a few lone^fishermen. One great charm about this^road is the very accommodating manner in^which the conductors and engineers will^take up or put down devotees of the pisca^^torial art. But nevertheless in view of the^fact that if the tired sportsman misses the^evening train back to town be is compelled^to wait ovt r until the following evening,^such courtesy is, to say the least, well^timed.
The^London^ is a fine stream ani our^first day's experience resulted in a catch of^about tweuty pounds of fair sized speckled^beauties, hut while this take for three rods^was small, the experience obtained justi^^fied the wasted energy. In the first place^at this time of the year the big fish are^tunning up stream to spawn, consequently^it is better policy to forego the haunts of^men strike up into tbe wild) r regions and^fish dow n stream, secondly, the flies may^^be reduced to ^grey hackle,^ -'brown^hackle,^ the ^black knot,^ and later on in^the season the ^professor;^ thirdly, owing^to the brushwood which borders the^stream and tbe very deep holes where tbe^large fish lie, very high wading boots are^absolutely essential to enable the fisherman^to reach his game, furthermore a rifle if not^too much of an encumberance, or at least a^big bore six shooter might prove useful in^consideration of the fact that mountain^lion and cinnamon bear are found up tbe^stream, while an occasional grizzly some^^times condescends to enliven a day's sport.^Our second day's fishing took us in the^direction of Rock creek, where, thanks to^tbe courtesy of the conductor, the morning^train slacked up sufficiently to allow us to^jump off at the site of tbe old saw mill just^three miles west of Bonita.
Herewe were introduced to an old hunt^^er and trapper named (ieorge Kennedy,^whose hospitality and sportsmanlike spirit^afforded us a glimpse of what natural no^^bility may be disguised under a rough coat^and uncouth style.
Rockcreek ' is no misnomer, for tbe^rocks abound there and the pebbly bottom^is a treacherous foundation for a pair of^rubber soles, as 1 discovered more than^once A wetting, however, by no means^dampens a fisherman's appetite for sport,^and a pocket flask and hot sun very rapidly^cause one to forget such a inning misad^^venture, especially when one is rewarded^by a two-pounder, safely landed, after a^twenty minute struggle between an old^bull trout and a seven ounce rod. A mid^^day lunch with Mr. Kennedy, in which^everything in his well-filled larder was^placed at our disposal, was also enlivened^with tales of Indians and bears.
Itmust be said that a man is apt to lose^that sympathy for the noble red man devas^^tated of his lands and compelled to live on^a reservation, when one learns that upon^such small provocation as the Fourth of^July he will emulate the example of his^white brethren, get fiendishly drunk, rob^and even murder, simply with the view of^having a good time.
Andas Mr. Kennedy said, with a mean^^ing smile, as he touched his Winchester^rifle, ^The best method of keeping such^varmints in check is to have a shooting^iron handy and not wait for a requisition^to use it.
Ourfirst day's experience on the Ixiu^Lou convinced us that a good day's sport^could oe obtained again on this stream,^but unfortunately we listened to the voice^of tbe charmer in the person of a man who^has the reputation being a great local fish^^erman in Missoula, and whose reputation^as a fisherman is deserved, if one may^judge by the absence of veracity in his fish^stories.
Followinghis advice we tried the Bittter^Root creek, at tbe mouth of the Lou Lou,^and beyond tbe mosquitoes never got a^bite, while the only rise recorded was an^effort of our silver tongued tenor to extricate^himself from a mud bole. Tbe bruafiwuod^in some places was almost impenetrable,^tbe beat fearful, the flies incorrigible, and^the air almost as blue with our comments^as the sky aoove us.
Inaddition to this, after a weary tramp^of some four miles up stream, our efforts^were rewarded by losing a fishing ease,^two leaders, and, last but not least, the^train back to Missoula.
Naturally,and with due apology to the^late Charles Kingsley, I can say:^T'ree flsbers went tramping oat into lb* west.
Outhvo taeweat, a tea tbe son went sowa^Kact^ tho^ht of M seoola, a rapper and rear,
Bstaalxing was bad and t was twelve mile* to^towa
Forash woat bite and Is bee* will swear^When their feocaore and damp wtth no cbangv to
Tbegreatest of all Turkish exhibitions^wUl be held at the Great Central next^wee.R. j. Olivier
Andtbe waiting was bad to mlasonla.^The postmaster at ^London^ proved him^^self a good Samaritan, and for a considera^^tion gave us a sapper consisting of oar own^trout, some bacon and fresh strawberries,^while for accommodation he deposited the^tenor in tbe post* ffice where only the mail^ever reposed, and offered myself and ^Cad-^eaux^ in Jptaguise a covered wagon in the^farm yard We however found a good bed^in a neighboring farm bouse, and after^listening to tales of mountain lions, bears,^and their overweening dislike for solitary^fishermen, we turned in, only to be turned
outat 5 JO a m., when we found a wagon^in readiness to take us up stream far trom^the haunts of man.
Reachinga point about ten miles np^stream, we got off the wagon half a mile^apart and proceeded to fish down stream.^If the lower part of the London and Rock^creek bad seemed wild, they paled into^insignificance in comparison with the up^^per stream. Here the thickly wooded hills^rise abruptly up on either side of the rocky^bed. and beyond the noise of tbe boiling^stream silence seemed to rise supreme.
1must confess that until 1 got down to^work the bear stories crowded into my^brain and ousted every other idea,and even^tbe blackened stumps of old burnt trees^assumed shapes that a fertile imagination^might have converted Into anything. The^fishing, however, proved too good to per^^mit Mr. Bruin's image to remain very long^Imprinted on my memory, and after catch-^one old two pounder and two or three very-^little under a pound and a half, a feat in^which both my companions succeeded m^also doing.besides getting a host of smaller^fry, we reached tbe wagon safely, and^caught the train to Missoula the same even^^ing.
Oneof our party had a narrow escape^which only proves the truth of tne old song^which describes Mr. Excelsior's troubles in^climbing:
R^waretbe awfal avalanche.
Bewaretbe pine tree ^ withered branch *
Hewas sitting on a fallen bough pr^ par^^ing to put on a tempting bait of new flies^wherewith to catch a big fish in a very-^big hole beyond, when all of a sudden a^hagh tree overhanging the pool came down^with a crash breaking bushes, smaller^trees and every other impediment in iU^conr^e. and so upsetting my friend's nerves^that to use his own words he turned a back^sumersault into the stream behind him^and came rear losing bis fishing rod,^basket and everything else, to say nothing^of his life in his endeavor to extricate him^^self from the boiling stream. H.
Sams. Moore, of Oeer Oodge. is in tbe^city.
G.A Reese, of Grantsville, is at the Cos^^mopolitan.
J.E Kanouse, of Townsend. is visiting^the capital.
HowardCriss, of White Sulphur Springs,^is in the city.
Jos.D. Radford, of Bozeman, is at the^Cosmopolitan.
A.J. Seligraan, wife and child returned^from the east last night.
C.W. Cannon and wife are home from^an extended eastern tour.
W.M. Bryant and wife, of Brooklyn, N.^V., are at the Grand Central.
A.M. and Mrs. Oztuan and Roy W. Oz-^man. of St. Paul, are at tbe Grand Central.
Chas.A. Judkins. Denver, Col., and C.^V. Semple, Kaunas City, are at the Grand^Central.
DennisDriscoll, a prominent mining^man and merchant, of Walkt rv ilie, is at the^Grand Central.
Geo.C. Tucker, bookkeeper for the^Chambers syndicate at Butte, is at the^Grand Central.
W.O. and Mrs. Wyck. ff and Master^Clarence Wyckoff, of New York, are at the^i,rand Central.
JohnnyTickrtor, the genial clerk of the^McDermott, of Butte, is in the city re^cuperating from injuries received at Thurs^^day night's fire.
Hon.F.. K. Congdon, of B tte, manager^of the Street Railway company and Ben^^nett Bros, company, is in the city enroute to^Bozeman to puichase hay and grain from^the Gallatin valley ranchers.
C.K. Wells, 11. M. Parchen and A. M.^Hotter left for tbe east last night and^propose seeing Spokane in the American^Derby, but this is not the sole ohj^ct of^their eastern trip. Mining matters in St.^Louis will also claim their attention.
MarshalMcArthur, of Butte, left for^home yesterday evening. While here the^thought struck him he was summoned to^appear for tbe grand jury to testify in a^supposed cutting affray which happen) d^at Columbia Gardens last Sunday. He^failed to appear, having been here to attend^the late (ieorge Bashaw's funeial.
Rev.k. J. Stanli y and wife, of Corvallis,^have been in the city a day or two, the^guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sanford.^They go Uvday to attend quarterly meeting^services at Boulder. Mr. Stanley repre^^sents water as being very scarce in Bitter^Root valley, and that the crops not sup^^plied with water from the river are bound^to be cut short. The strawberry crop is^abundant, the fruit selling for eight and^ten cents a quart. The prospect for an ap^^ple crop is fair. Recent rains have re^^freshed things and somewhat revived tbe^hopes of tbe farmers.
TheLouvre keeps the famous Wm. J.^Lemp's lager beer. The Munich and the^Hulmhach a specialty.
SpecialSale Postively for This Day^Only at the Bee Hive.^Our 11- pu ce decorated Knglish dinner^set, regular price S15 50, to-day for SI I 70^Our 103-piece decorated txtra English din^ner set, regular price (H 50, today for^812 20. Our 13A piece bramble English din^^ner set. regular price $21.50, to-day for
Sinan. Our 124* piece spray (the last set),^regular price Ji3. to-day for $17.55. Here's^a daisy, the best in the town, with colored^decorations and gold, composed of 11^pieces in tbe latest shape, cannot be bought^any where for less than $40; our price to^day only ^25 rtO We will also offer you^for to-day our fifty-six-piece rieenrattdtea^set at the nominal price of $4 50 for the^complete set. Here is another gift for you^today. Our regular $3 75 chamber set you^can have today for $3.10.
Whenbusiness does not push us we must^push business, and the way to do it is to^give the people genuine bargains. Don't^fail to take advantage of these offers. Our^terms are always cash.
KoKI.ItKRtiiV. Co.,^Props, of The Bee Hive
Geta pair of Wigwam slippers at Fred^Gainer's. They are comfortable and cool^^just the thing for hot weather, in men's^women's, misses' and children's.
JohnMcVay and Miss Lottie Fenn were^married at tbe residence of the bride's pa^rents Thursday by Bishop Brewer. Mrs.^McVay is a H iena girl, having been born^and brought up in the city, and is well^known and esteemed. Mr. McVay is I^stock-grower, bis ranch being on the Amer^^ican fork of tbe Musselshell, and is widely^known and liked. Mr. and Mrs. McVay^left for their home yesterday.
National Educational Association^Meeting.
Forthe above meeting to be held in^Nashville, Tenn.. from July H to 20 inclu^sive, tbe Northern Pacific railroad will^make a rate of $rtx.40 from Helena to N.ish-^ville and return. Tickets on sale from^June 30th to July 14th inclusive, good to^return up to SepL 12th, but not good to^leave Nashville before July 14. Transit^limit in each direction six ditys.
A.D. Edoak,^General Agent.
SundayExcursions.^The Northern Pacific railroad will make^a Sunday excursion rate of one fare for the^round trip to all points between Helena and^Butte, via Garrison: also to Marysville,^Wickes, Boulder and all points on the Hel^^ena A Jefferson County, Helena, Boulder^Valley A- Butte, and H lena A Northern^branches. Tickets to be sold on Sunday s^only, and good to return on date of sale.
A.D. Km,ak. General Agent.
TeachersNational Educational Asso^^ciation Meeting.
Forthe above the Montana Central will^make a rate of 86K.40 to Nashville, Tenn..^I and return tickets on sale June 30Ji to^July 14, good to return until Sept. 12.^Transit limit of ticket six days.
STOLEA CARLOAD OF IRON.
Helenavs. Marysville.^For the above the Montana Central will^run a special train to Seymer Park Sunday-^June 16. Trains will leave depot at 3^o'clock p. m. and 3:30 p. m. and will return^immediately after the close of the game.^Fare twenty-five cents for tbe tound trip.
HELtNA IN BRIEF.
O.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to 5 at the Bon Ton.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor, V .^15 North Main street.
ER. E. Carpenter's dental rooms, room^30, Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
Goto Chicago shoemaker for repairing.^One dollar for half-soling. In basement of^Atlas building. Frank Roeder, proprie^^tor.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^fttsjrf car route to St. Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 1136
Tbefavorable impression produced on^tbe first appearance of tbe agreeable liquid^fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fe ^ years ago^has been more than confirmed by the pleas^^ant experience of all who have used it, and^the success of the proprietors and manu^^facturers the Cal. Fig Svrnp company.
TheLouvre keeps on hand the tavaleest^assortment of cigars. Fresh goods ~'^every week.
MiarreaauSkip a Carl lad ot Ir^Heleaa-^ Miner Killed.
DennisDriscoll. of Walkerville. arrived^in Helena last night to look after a carload^of iron which had been stolen from him^and shipped to this city. When Mr. Dris^^coll arrived here be found the car at the^Montana Central depot, consigned to Sted-^man's foundry. It contained 18,000 pounds^of castings and old iron left in the debris ot^the Margaret Ann mill, which was de^^stroyed by fire six months ago. At Butte^Mr. Driscoll had a warrant sworn out for^the arrest of H. E. Marshall, the consignor^of tbe iron. Marshall was met at the depot^in Helena by Mr. Driscoll. Marshall said^he gut the iron rn.in i.nirgi- Smith. T'.-^value of tbe iron is over $200,^but it was sold here for $75. Mr.^Driscoll will make it warm for someone^this morning. He says tbe iron was bauled^right past bis store*for two days, but be^never suspected it was being stolen from^him until some one suggested that it was^probably being stolen. He then visited the^old mill-site and saw it was his iron.
TbeMargaret Ann mill was burned to^the ground six months ago by an incen^^diary. It contained fifteen stamps. Mr^Driscoll had it insured for Slh,000, but up^to date the insurance company has failed^to pay up, although several compromises^have r^ee:i orfereo r.y the cinpauy. The^matter is now in coutt and will come up^tor hearing during the present term.
It'soni^ a question ot time,^ and a^short time, too, as to when your rheuma^^tism will yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
UKKEY^F1)RD^In Helena June i'.Ivi. ^.y^^) r*. Woodman, justice of the peace, Mr. James^Hlckey to Mr*. Jennie Ford, both of Butte,^Moat.
OBK1EV-In Helena June lith, to the wife of J.^J O'Brien, a son.
HAYESIn Helena Jane 13. William Haras.^Funeral from the Cathedral Saturday at ft o'clock
I2SI I North Main Straat.
f45 i for a good level lot in Easterly ad^^dition, 42xiu^. Terms, fJOO down,^balance in a year.
loot* for a corner lot in Easterly addi^^tion, i'Jxim.
^.'7.^^Lot in Broadwater addition.
|900tm KMKMO feet in Northern Pu^^rine addition, lot- :^ and 10 in block^57. Easy terms.
$42.^ for corner lot, 50x140, in Northern^Pacific addition.
Southhalf of block S^8, N. P. second ad^^dition, having a frontage of 4m feet^on Pnspect street, including two^corner*. Lots are 140 feet deep,^with 20-foot alley, #:^0^i each, I i-y^terms.
lioodlots in Ilershfleld addition at I9M,
*7ii each for four lots in block 20, N. P.^addition, on Boulder avenue.
t'.'5oeach for three lots on Lyndale ave^^nue, in block 20.
47^^for lot IS, block ^5, N. P. addition.
lmifeetonTwelfth averue at *ls.5o^per foot.
$1400for a deeiraMe lot on the south^side of Broadway, 50 feet east of^Beattie street.
$0000for four handsome cottages within^half a hioek of Helena avenue. Will^produce 120 per month each. Im^^proving locality.
ForUrcezo-t;:^New 5-rooni cottage. Fifth avenue, city-^water, #25.^New ^ room cottage on Fifth ave., $20.^$30 per month for 120 feet on Helena^avenue. Good hnsiness location.^Lease may run 5 or 10 years, with^privilege of renewal.
MITHESONA STEELE,^1SSH Main street, and near N J', Depot.
SpecialPrices That Will In^^terest Close Buyers.
$12.00 Wraps^ for $4 00,
To-dayand the remainder of^lhis week we will offer some^conspicious bargains in every^department The season is ad^^vancing and with its advance^you have a right to expect^lower prices. \ou know that^there is no house in Montana^in a position to make lower^prices than we, and propose^during the remainder of the sea-^eon to reach a lower level in the^matter of prices than some com^^peting houses possibly can.^These are some of this week's^bargains:
About15 Ladies Short Bead^^ed Wraps at a Reduction ot^from $5 to f 1^ I each. A Beaded^Wrap at sflO each which you^can't match anywhere in Mon^^tana fur less than $1/5.
TeaGowns in exquisite de^^signs of novelty fabrics at about^the cost of making and you'll^find them equal to the best^made to measure.
Children'sWraps reduced^from $7, flo and $12 to $4 and^only a few of them left. Don't^delay if 3 0U can use them.
Ourentire stock of lace floun-^cings and all-overs in black,^white and ecru at prices that^deserve the attention of close^buyers Lace lloumings at $1^per yard which we believe will^compare favorably wi.h any $2^quality in Iowa.
Ladiesand Children's Hose^at about half price. A good^hope at 10 cents a pair: a lisle^thread in black and colors, at^35c, worth 65c.
Aspecial lot of ladies' lisle^thread hose in black, put up^half a dozen in a box at $2 2't a^box, good value at $3.50. The^boxes will not be broken at the^price.
RALEIGH^ CLARKE,^if. B.^Mail oiders will re^^ceive prompt and careful atten^^tion.
Rooms5 and 6, Union Block.
FineLots in Helena Townsite and all
Additionsfor sale.^I^eeirable Residence*).^Ranches and Acre Property.^Money to Loan.^Prices Low. Time to Snit.
InSums to Suit on From Six^Months to Five Year^ Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Sox, Gen. Agt's
Boardof Trade Room, Pttttborg Block, Mali^CBAa. a. Ba.TI]iGB, Aaaat at BatM CUj.
w^T turn. Mb, Mi ^ Cox,
JEQ^SOn BuJ* 1 room br*c* aoaaaand lot SOx^*^JUU lOUfwt la Capital Hll! addition
VJ.OOD Burt 8 room brick hooa* on Blevaath^^P^V,VV' avenue near Rodney.
$600BSJ* * c^rB^ lot on Broadway
$1250 UaT* b**atif ul lo( oB nftb ^v^n'j
Cfinn t*h7^t^o nouna* and lou on Ninth^*^wuu avenue: will rent for |Ui month,^'.aif caeo, t^alanc* to euit
tQfi^ A B^r^ good bouee and b ra and large^i'UJU lot on Nin'li avenue.
^Qf)nn Buja brick bonne: corner lot; oa^^OWU Eighth arena*: term*easy.
v.ll lOn Bu;e a., acre* on Montana arena* near^vPwuu tu* college: term* aaay.
$2500b^hV* booM 00 Fm* *TB,U,; 1M 50
(DectoSieu bay* a choice lot In Ue Weal;an^^PUvJ lu,utut* addition. term* ea*y
bQHer fool for 1.573 feat in the Syndicate add!^VPO Uon | thla u a Bargain.
JAKt.AINSin all addition* to Helena| tarm*
J PJQ For lou In Lockey addition.
QlW~i For corner; Montana araaue aud^O' ' ^ 'J Davie street.
^jg 'jQ Doable corner In Flower harden
ASplendidm rner on Motor Una, watt etde^1^ ii^; water pip* on itreet: ^ rice rery
ijE KKAL fine corner* in Northern Pacific
O Mo. 2.
QKoom brick house. No 645 Dearborn avenne.^12 Ro^m brlck houm Mo- 114 Howie etreet.
ORRKNT-FornUhed hooM on Benton av^enue
Feeton Broadway; cheap.
'I'MKROl'S fine bargalna In vacant or lm
I proved property in all pan* of the ci y
i.W MERRILL.^Room A fnloa block, over Lang'* store.
HHjRSALB One huodrrd head ofetock cattle^well g aded. The Urger portion are cim^will sell cow* and a'eere separately If desired;^also three thoroughbred balls. For particular*^inquire at thl* office.
njkwMOl'LDIN^iM, new moulding ja*t re-^lv ctlved at Calkins A Featberly'a.
pUAfKH THAN COAL OR WOOD-Be*t^V7 gsaollne at ;^ can's per gallon can be had^from Headlight Oil ^a-on. Order at M. Merrl*^crockery store or address Cohen A Bohler
CIA Li. this afternoon and look over the new^/ line of picture mouldings at Calkin* A
LUpapers for sale at this office.
L'^^^ SALE OKRUNT A good boarding
JD bi use with 13room* well furnished and
closeto ealo street.Inquire of Mr*. C. Woold^Mage, Peon Blork
LioK malk^Soda fountain, generator and^X1 good battling apparatus, al; in go^ d condi^^tion Address A. H. i.-eraey, b zemaa, Mont,
BMjHsale^On easy term*, elx-room brick^house, la perfect order, cabin and barn on^rear of lot. Corner Dearborn avenue and llauser^street. Enquire of Dr. e. R. B. Carpenter, room^Pltutmrg block. Take the elevator.
MOUSEand Lot* for sale. A Brick Uooee^of eight rooms, corner of Rodney and^Bridge *t*., . lr^6 feet, 16 fine shade Uee*, also 50^feet adjoining same fronting on Bridge St.; also^161 leal fronting on Rodney *t. and 52 feat deep.^Opposite new residence ot A. O. Ciarke
P. STOUT, Agent.^ . M South Rodney st.
Advertisement*under thl* head) will am in^^serted three time* free of chars;*
vJlTL'ATiONwanted by mid lie-aged lady as^O noaeekeeper or chance to rent a few fur^^nished room*. Address I this office
IIIATION wanted a* coachman. Addr^^ Nela. P oleeon thla office.
ANTEDSltuatloa in fsmlly; eewtag or^dressmaking. Address C. U. this office.
AA/aNTBD^ By an eastern man a position as
bookkeeper or clerk. Will accept anything^in -.n honorable business to start wltn. Address^O. 0. M. this office.
WANTEDPosition by a practical ^latlonary^engineer with first rises references; hsve^run hinh and low pressure, alas hoisting engine^on kibble and ^klp. Acdree- S. L. Pratt, city
WANTED-A situation by a girl who 1* com^^petent te do sny kind of private house or^hotel work. Apply at -212 Lawrence street
WTANTED^Situation as dining room girl or^general house Work in private family^can furnish first-class reference*. Miss Dora^Anderson, (ilendive, Mont.
TjIRsr-CLASS Japanese cook wants situation^JJ in first class hotel or restaurant Under^stands French menu. Address ^Japanese ^ this
CillANDLERwants a msn and wife; fHu a^/ month; also a railroad blacksmith.
Forfieat^Dwelling*, Business Plaoaa ,^tc
HOUSESl O LET
rrLoom house Eighth avenue; $30^*-j Room house (bilck. near Lenoir bones; $36.^^ Room bouse Hobeck street; $SU.^A Room bouee N. P. depot; $1-.^R Room house Fifth avenue, 125
Roombrick house esst side; $45.^Room brick houseN. P. depot; $30.^Sam ITU RE for sale at half coat.
BUSINESSblock near N. P. depot; two etoree^six rooms; reasonable rent.
MATHEsONA STEELE.^129* N. Main street or l^ri Helena avenue
I/KR RENT ^Furnished five room dwelling la^X1 first class order, elegant yard, excellent lo^^cation, three minu.ee walk from business centre.^Apply to L. F. Let'roll, room 20 Pltteburgh^block. Take elevator.
LXJRRENT^A tlx room brick bouee atw.y^X papered and painted, good cellar, summer^kitchen and well, inquire of B. VY. and O li^lieattie. room 14 Brown block.
L^R RB NT-Brick house; six rooms: corner^X1 Deai born avenue and lis user street. In^^quire Dr. E K. B. Carpenter. Room 3 Pittsourgh
IjXIRRBNT^Storerooms In Pean block, also^X^ storerooms and officee In Pltteburgh block^Inquire of John W. Thompson, ro. m 12, Pitts
Rooms Furniahed and Unfarniahed.
ORREST- Two or three unfurnished roc i^ground floor, 532 Sixth avenue.
JURNISHBD rooms at 448 west Lawrence.
L^R RUNT^An elegantly furniahed room^X1 Enquire 41T Warren etreet. corner Ninth av
TTURNISHEDrooms with first-class board bv^P day or week. N. hidney
OURMSHEDR^OMs 4A Beaton avenue.
XHBPACT PI r^ or Lenoir Uoo.se^Steam beat,^elegant rooms; 5ft, 75, tl. t-Atm $1.50 nor day.^No disreputable character* allowed.
AftVEYHOUSE, i,rand street, new end^ele^,ntly famished rooms, single or In suit*
M-HREKadult* want four or Ive room* la^X pleasant part of the city furnished or nn-^urnlsned ^ odress thl* office.
LOSTA white mare from Helena, htd bell^round the neck and a tries* eye. branded O^oa rlgnt shoulder: weight about 1.00b pounds .^was formerly owned by tvue Jones: reward by re-
tgrain*to a. ewanaoa.
\GKXTS for Bradford. Brooke, Amen.^^ a Bellerae aud Highland Park addi^^tions.
CHOICEresidence lota in Hauser addi^^tion.
gARGALNSin Syndicate addition.
BLOCKSof five acres adjoining tbe^Tniveraity, on easy terma.
SEVERALdesirable residences very^^J cheap-
8-ROOMbouse for rent, in (rood loca^^tion, $35 per month.
FIXEopportunity will be offered for a^t .few days to enter a syndicate buy^^ing a very cheap piece of acre, property
PORTER,'MUTH ^ COX,
ExamineThis Choice List
$600Two large lota in Villard addi-^tion,close to track, 50x140, corner.
#1400 Two choice lota on Lyndale, near^Helena avenue
$1200 Nioe corner in block 29, Grand^Avenue addition, on proposed^etreet car line, extra large lots,^100x150.
$1900 For an elegant new frame house,^just completed, 4 rooms and^good cellar, reqairee only $150^cash, balance to suit purchaser
$2200For new 5-room residence, only^4 blocks from court house, $250^cash, balance in 6, 12 and 16^moi.thr), low rate ef interest
$95X)Each for three choice business^lots en Lyndale, 35i ^ feet from^Helena avenue.
$700Each for four lots on Boulder^avenue, one block from Helena^avenue, select business property
$3500 Cash for all of block No. 106 and^200 front feet in block 107, .VP,^addition No. 2. This is the only^choice warehouse property in^this vicinity.
$900Choice corner, 100x140, in N. P.^No. 1, $300 cash, bal. oasy terms.
$800For two nice level lots in N.P.^No. 2, one block from M. C. R'y.
$1500Good frame bouse, corner Howie^and Donaldson, lot 42x100.
$1500For block No. 1 in Boyce addi^^tion, one-third cash.
$1100Choice corner in Flower Garden^near depot, 100x140.
$3500Ten-room brick on Breckenridge,^lot 50x100, easy terms.
#1200For saloon and barber shop in^East Helena,renta at $30 a mouth
Wehave business and residence prop^^erty in all choice localities. Call and^get prices.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO,,^Thompson Block, Room 10. opposite
CraudCentral Hotel.^Telephone 270.
DeLACY,L0EB ^ CO.,
RealEstate, Mortgage Loan and Insur^^ance Agents, Rooms 20 and 21 (fold^Block, Telephone 266. F. O.^Box 144.
Choicetity and Subarban Property, Improved^and unimproved.
AcreTracts, ripe for subdivision aad imme^^diate sale.
Mostcomplete and largest list of real estate of^any Arm In the business
Bargainsin all tbe Addition* at loweet figure*^aad on longest time.
$luo,000to loan In sums to suit, at loweet rates^on drst mortgage on real estate.
Calland be convinced.
\UNA ^ ALKISS te requeeted to send her^11 present addreea to W. k Chandler * Em^^ployment aaencey, Helena
C AMB to my pla-e at Big Prlckley Pew Taller^Saturday, June a, 1*7, one eorrel b^re*^^1.. e*^^'. ^^: ^^*^ ^ripe la the face: two^u^lL\^ '^r-fcreaaed j oa left eboaJder j ;^^ rand-d A oa loft thigh ; shod aU around. J oast*
I^ BM ^ in' a.^^'^ ^sAMta*
Jao S. A. VaaU.'
yew, with sULoenen, Carte* a Clay berg.
NOTARYand CORPORATE,^AT KEMP'S ASSAY OFFICE,
Andeverything in the Concrete) line by^the Hot or Cold Process.
Residence.315 Montana avenne.
P.0. Box 384. HELENA, M^J\T.
OnTUESDAY. Jl'XE 18. 1889. at No.^335 Lawrence street, I will sell at Public^Auction a choice lot of HOUSEHOLD^FURNITURE, consisting in part of
Parlor,Bed Room, Dining Room and^Kitchen Furniture.
Carpets,Beds and Bedding,
Tin.Glass and Queensware.
Cookingand Heating Stores,
Thesegoods are all new and must be^sold on account of parties leaving tbe^Territory.
Saleat 2 o'clock P. M. shard.
paJBlaa,improTod real sesae* at low rata^j of InterestWOLK A DMYtMM.
Iea Leac* f*e^. S, a. W. Si A. U.
aA ieaalar casassaairadoa ot taa above^_jTr\ sjesBtesTLnoaw wiU bo bold at Masonic Tem-^JK JT Pie, comer of Broadway aad Jackaoa^' ~ \ so eels, oa tret and third Saturday ere^alar* at 7 o'clock.^_M**sbll* are r*n*sni to be prompt la attend
Bs****r*SBa*Brothel a are cordially Invited
warD. SMITH. W. M.^UBO. BOO KB B, ISUOlalT
Wash Dress Goods!
Thisis the stock that at this time of theyear ^h. uld interest y^^u mo-t, aud if dur^^ing the coming week you will devote to us a little of your time we will demon^^strate to yon that we have not alone the cheap*-*t. bin the largest and he*t selected^stock of Wash Dress Gojds ever shown in the city. Our stock coniprix -
FiguredLawns,Fine c hallie
FrenchQiDehams, Figured BrilliantiDes,^Checked Nainsooks, striped Nainsooks,^India Linens,Victoria Lawns.
Wetiave the largest and finest stock of Ladies' If uslin I nderwear ever shown in^the city from the cheapest grade to the highest. W^cordiaily invite the Ladies to^call and inspect these goods and ju.lge for themselves.
Kidand Fabric Goods.
Incalling attention to our enormous line of Kid and Fabric Gloves, we would par^^ticularly d-sire to impress the fact upon the trading public that all our gloves are^correctly sized: hence, when a lady desires a particular size she is always sure of^getting an accurate fit.
OurKoechlin's French Sateens.
Arethe talk of the town. The patterns are really works of art.^We^ are direct importers of these jroods and have surpassed any^previous effort in design and coloring. No fabric makes up so^stylish and at the same time so desirable and comfortable a^dress for summer wear as a French Sateen. Only one piece of^each style. No duplicates. So they cannot be common.
WeOffer Everything: in the Way of^Summer Clothing and Make a Specialty^of White and Fancv Vests. Our Mid^^summer Suits are in Light Weight Wor^^sted. Flannels, Seersuckers, Ponges,^Duck and Other Desirable Fabrics. For^Years We Have Made a Specialty of^Summer Clothing, and our Goods Enjov^he Highest Repute. This Season's^Preparations were Made on an Elaborate^Scale, and our Counters and Shelves^Contain Full Lines in Every Branch o^Men's and Youth's Clothing. Our Sprins^Overcoat. Suiting and Trousering Display^is one of the Most Extensive and Desir^^able Ever Presented and is Worthy of^the Consideration of All1
CornerMain and Broadway.
AModern Drug Store in Our Midst!
EverythingNew and Neat. Comfortable Easy Chairs. A Clean^and Carpeted Floor. Clerks who are anxious, and williiig to do^all in their power to please t usiomere. A Prescription Depart^^ment in perfect order Physicians' prescriptions dispensed as^promptly as is consistent with care. The above are all to be^found at
115 N. Main St.,
BestCorner on Ewing Street, 50x150, $3,000.
Lotsin Syndicate Addition, $8 per foot.
Smallintereet in an Acre Tract, Near the City.
ChoiceLots in Haueer Addition, $20 to $35 a foot.
A.J. STEELE ^ CO.
MANLPACTUKHKAND UKALKK IN
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
JLightand Ueavv Harness,
Bite,Spars, Qairte, Whip*. LashM, Blanket-. Sheets, Irostrs, Slickers, Nose Bags,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boote and all other goods nsuaily kept io_a Jlrnt-cja*. iiir-^nese store. Hand made driving harntw * ^perialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
U.S.Public Sampling Co.
Samplesand Assays Made of all Ores. Consignments Solicited,^samples of each lot Submitted lo the Different Smelter*^and the Ore Sold to tbe Highest Bidder.
WBITEFOR TERMS. City nffipe with Hklkm Cab Compakt. Telephone^No. 71. Ssunpling Works at Northern Faritic and Montana Ontrai railroad^unction- Take Motor Line West.
Common,Fine.Front and Ornamental Brick
ynri otlier Clay IFPuroci-u-crbs.^Office: Gold Block, 64 North Main Street.
F.L. SIZEB, General Manager.