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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOBXIXG. JULY ^, 1889.
TheAfternoon Session Taken Up^With Reading the Journal of^Proceeding*.
Territorial Official* and Supreme^Court Judges Granted Privi^^leges of the Floor.
Attha KveaiBg s^*lon I'r^^ld*nt ^ lark^A n no u ^..,-^ Hi- ^i^ndl^f^CooimllleA.
The-convention met at ^^ p. m. and after^the roll wu called the president stated^that Mr. Brown, Mr. Knippenberu and^Mr. McA'low wanted to be ^-xcw.ed until^to-day. Tnev were excused.
Prayerby the chaplain.
Col.taton stated Mr. Fields from the^twentieth district waa present and it would^be advisable for him to take the oa'h of of^^fice, which waa administered l^v Chief Jua-^tice Blake.
Theminutea of the last meetings were^read and approved.
Onmotion of Maj Matfinni* the name of^Mr. Kieid waa added to t:.e name*, ot utoae^voting for the adoptiou of the constitution^of the United States.
Acommunication from the Me-tbodixt^conference in session in Helena ask^inn the convention to attend a lecture on^the issue of the hour, the temperance ijues^tion, at St. Paul's M. K church opposite the^court house at 4 o'clock was received.
PresidentClark announced that lie was^not ready to announce his stand ;ur com^^mittees.
Burleighoffered a resolution to the effect^that the territorial officers and judges of^the supreme court be granted the privileges^of the floor.
J.K. Toole moved to amend by extend^ing the same courtesy to the members of^the constitutional convention ot IS**. The^amendment waa accepted and the resolu^^tion adopted.
J.K. Toole moved that inasmuch as the^president did not have his committees^named the convention take a recess until H^o'clock in the evening, at which time no^other business should be transacted. Car^n. d. and a recess was taken until that^time.
1ne convention reassembled at 7 o'clock,^when ('resident Clark anuouueed tne^standing committees as follows :
tinpreamble and hill of rights^Bick-^^afsj, Hatch, Whitehill. Buford. Hart man
Bightsof suffrage and ^iualification to^hold office^Hotwitt, E. Burns, McAdow,^Cardwell, Milliard.
Onlegislative departments^J. K. Toole,^lioud. Winston, Aiken, Haskell, Mutb,^Cardwell.
Onthe executive departments^ Magin^nis. Kohrs, Witter. Browne, Schmidt, E^Burns. Carpenter. Hickman, Marshall.
Onjudiciary and judicial department*,^including pardoning power^Dixon, Kob-^inson, '^arpenter. Luce, J. K. Toole, Bur^^leigh, Knowles, Kanouse, Whitebill, Calla^^way, Slapieton, Middieton, Bicktord, God^dard, Joyes.
onmilitary affairs^ Katnn, Maginnis,^Warren, llooson. Hatch.
Onthe finances of the atate, public del t.^the indebte dness of counties and munici^^palities, revenues, expenditures and taxa^^tion and the restrict ions to be placed on the^powers of the legislature In respect thereto^^Collins. Hershfield. Conrad, Gayiord,^Chessman, Sarueaut: Marion, Myers, War^^ren. Mayger, Knipi*-nberg.
Education Lickards, Barberry, Craven,^Matfinnis, Hammond. Durfee, Keek,
Slateinstitutions aiid public buildings-^Meyers, Hartman, Math, Winston, Kick-^ards, Cauby. Gibson.
Oncity, count, and town organizations^^ Browne, Joy, GilVtte, J. K. Toole, Kol-^witt, Dixon. Joyes.
Apportionmentand representation^^Cooper, lira/ It. n. Joy, Webster. Staple-^ton, Collin^. Dyer, Cauby, Buford, Court^^ney, Mitchell.
Corporations.other than municipal)^^Stapleton, Marshall. A. F. Burns, Iaiu.1,^McAdow, Collins. Eaton.
Miscellaneoussubjects and f uture amend^^ments^ Hershfield, Barberry. Winston,^Watson, Courtney.
Onhchedule^Knowlec Luce, Mayger,^Hickman, Kanouse,
Onmining, water and water rights^U^K. Toole. (Wbson, Knippenberg, Sargeai.t.^A. J. Burns, Gay lord, Kiton, Brazleton,^Hogan.
Agriculture,manufactures, commer. e^and immigration- K.'lirs. Chessman, Ho i^son. Schmidt. Gillette, Barberry, Mario:i,^Conrad. Graves.
Beportingand printing and mileage at .1^contingent ex|^enses^Conrad, Middleto..,^Watson, A. .1. Burns. Bicktord.
Privilegesana election^Haskell, Grave^,^Breen. Dy er, Kamsdell.
Enirrossiueutand enrollment-Middle-^ton, Kennedy, Courtney, Mit''hell, Alkc ..
Boundaries,public lands and homestecd^exemptions^Callaway, Gibson. doddar..^Kennedy, Cooper.
Revision,phraseologv and adjustment ^^Warren, Craven, Durfee. B .nisdeil, We^^ster.
On ordinances^liobinson. Burleii;! .^Keek, A. F. Burns. Durfee, Fit Ids, Hai^uiond.
Onlabor^llreen, Fields, Hogan, Crave;.,^J. K. Toole. Bullard, Witter.
Hickmanmoved that the r -port be r -^ferred to the printing committee with o:^ders to have loo copies printed. Carried.
Dividendsfor Six Months.^Below is given the amount of dividends^paid by Montana mining companies for tl e^half year ended June 80. These are only^the companies that are listed on the Ne t^York market, and do not include the div i-^dends of close corporations like the Col. ^^^rado, Anaconda, Blue Bird. Chamber.'^syndicate and other companies:^Boston ^ Montana f SOP.OiO
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Besidesthe usual routine of Monday^morning in Judge Sanders' court, his^honor as justice of the peace transacted a^large amount of business. The irrepreasi-^ble Xesbitt family were up again. Joe was^found guilty of vagrancy and was sent to^the county jail for thirty days. Carrie Nes-^bett disturbed the peace and was given fif^^teen days in the same resort. She aaked^an hour's time to get out of town, but his^honor tried her once before on this pr po^^tion, and she will have to languish.
Wm.Hag'und haa a habit of rolling^drunken men for their money, and on^Monday night he was caught for the third^time. He will have sixty days in which to^repent.
JohnLu is a Chinese cook in the Parlor^restaurant, and Kitty Garret is an employe^of the same place in the capacity of what is^commonly termed ^hasher.^ Kitty avers^that Lu threw a plate at her, and chased^her around the restaurant with a butcher^knife. He was fined ^5 and costs.
E.C. Burton, the burglar, waa arraigned^and will have a trial at 4 o'clock this after^^noon.
F.Wilcox, of Waterbery, Connecticut, is^in the city.
GeorgeKussell, of Minneapolis, is at the^Merchants.
JoeConrad, of Great Falls, is at the^(irand Central.
Dr.Edgar Broke and wife, of Elkhorn,^are in the city.
SheriffD. J. Heyfron. of Missoula, was^in town yesterday.
AttorneyThos. Casey was at Boulder^yesterday on court business.
H.F. Titus, county attorney of Deer^Lridge, is at the Cosmopolitan.
Wm.Scalloo, the Butte attorney, is li^the city on supreme court business.
MissFannie Allen departed last evening^for a visit to Pony to be absent until Sep^^tember.
Mr.and Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Vergy re^turned from Butte yesterday, where they^have been visiting.
JamesWalker, city editor of the Herald,^wife and child, have gone to the Pacific^coast for a brief visit.
JudgeThomas C. Bach and wife have re^^turned from their wedding tour, and have^rooms at the Merchants.
Prof.Oscar Werner, of St. Paul, a dis^^tinguished pianist, is in the city, and thinks^of making Helena his home.
Mr.and Mrs. C. E. Conrad, of Fort Ben^^ton, are in the city, the guests of S. C.^Ashby, 6+4 Dearliorn avenue.
MissesKatheryn and Mary Wilson, who^have been attending school at SU Mary's^hall, Fairbank, have returned.
N.B.Smith,Ben D. Gardner, Geo. F^and Henry Danza. all of White Sulphur^Springs, are at the (irand Central.
E.S. Leet, Wicke.^. Aug. Kolz, San Ber^^nardino, Cm- and M. Warner, San Fran^Cisco, are registered at the Pacific.
G.W. K. Petti bone, of the Bankers' Life^association, Des Moines, Iowa, is in the^city on his way to the Pacific coast
Mrs.John Castner, of Castners, on Belt^creek, is spending a few days in the city^the guest of Mrs Dutnville, Eighth avenue.
O.B. Hardy, Spokane Falls, J. B Kirr,^l...n^ Hecdt, Jr., Boston and Jno. B. An^^derson, New York, are guests of the Cos^mopolitan.
S.C. Keed. a big cpitalist of Portland^Ore., is at the (irand Central. Mr. Keed is^the man who paid ;500,000 for the Sullivan^and Bunker Hill mines.
MissEmma L. Bell returned yesterday^from a month's sojourn, during which^time she visited the Puget Sound region^and spent two weeks at Butte, the guest of^Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Whitford.
MissLizzie Kyan is in town again spend^lng her vacation with her sister, Mrs. A. C^Dorner. The trustees in district No. 3^seem to realize the value of a good teacher^as they have secured jer services for the^ensuing year at an increased salary.
Theland was beautiful:^Fair rose the spires and gay the buildings
Andrich the plains, like dreams of blessed
Ifthe poet had lived in railroad times^and taken a journey from Chicago to St.^Paul and Minneapolis over ^The Burling^ton,^ he could not have fitted his descrip^^tion better to the reality.
Flyingalong through the lovely prairies^of northern Illinois, the finest farming reg^ion in the country, every traveler will say^^the land is beautiful.^ As the train^rushes up the Mississippi valley, the silver^gleaming stream alive with steamers on^one hand and the lofty and picturesque^bluffs on the other, ^fair rise the spires^and gay the buildings are^ of Dubuque,^LaCrosse and Winona, till we stop in the^.^eautiful cities of St Paul and Minneapo^^lis. For full information about this trip^and cost ot making it apply to any local^ticket agent or address W ^ J. C Kenion^Gen. Pass. Agent C. B. A N. K. K., St.^Paul, Minn.
Fora Building Fund.^To-morrow evening will see the enter^^tainment in aid of the building fund for^the new St Peter's church. Encore hall^is the scene of action, h:30 p. m. the time^and fifty cents the price of admission. The^cradle songs of all nations, with the ac^company ing tableaux, have all been care^^fully rehearsed. These will be followed^by Austin Dobson's dainty ^Babette,^ in^the hands of Mr. K. S. Hill and Mrs^Crosby, while the programme will con^^clude with the Mother lioose Lancers, to^be danced in costume, Kefreshmenta will^be served during the performance and a^thoroughly enjoyable evening is assured.
TheGolden Messenger.^The directors of the Golden Messenger^mining company on Saturday signed a^contract with a Chicago firm for a ten-^stamp mill, with concentrating tables, to^be set up on their property above York on^Trout creek, Meagher county. This com^^pany, which owns the Little Dandy lode,^has several tons of ore on the dump which^promises a rich yield. It is free milling^ore. with some iron. The mill wili be set^up within sixty days and will be operated^by water power. Those who have exam^^ined the property express the opinion that^it will develop into something beyond the^ordinary.
TheHelena Kennel Cli,b.
Ameeting waa held. a*' the office^^f A. K. :^^^^^^^^: yesterday for^uS-^pjjtpase of forming a Kennel^club. Preliminary steps were taken^looking to that end. A committee consist^^ing of J. P. Keed, A. J. Fisk. Henry^Parchen and T. J. Cronin were appointed^to make all necessary arrangements with^the Fair association. A committee on by^^laws was also appointed to report at the^next meeting, which will be called soon,^and at which time a permanent organiza^^tion wUl be effected.
Electionof Officers,^The Hope Placer Mining company held^their annual meeting yesterday and elected^the following officers to serve for the ensu^^ing year
President,A. G. Gebhard: vice presi^^dent E Meyer; treasurer. Leon Burckell;^secretary. H. C. Born: superintendent and^general manager. James Miller.
HelenaPressman's Union No. I held a^meeting Sunday afternoon and elected of^^ficers for the ensuing year as follows:
PresidentW. K. Meaiey: vice-president,^A. M. Smith: secretary and treasurer, Wil^^liam Hoback.
RichmondHill.^Seventy-five dollars, down payment will^boy a lot: balance en easy payment French^A Pyfar. agents, rooms 11 and IIS, Pitts^^burg block.
Lawyers1Briela gotten up In neat^form and on -hort notice at this office.
Mrs.McMuilan filed a complaint in the^probate court yesterday against Mrs. Delia,^Lee charging her with disturbance. Mrs.^Lee lives on the corner of E wing and Bridge^streets, and it is claimed keeps the neigh^^borhood in a continuous turmoil. Judge^Howey knew nothing about the woman,^who when arraigned plead not guilty, and^he allowed her to go until 2 o'clock upon^her own recognizance, and when she reap^^peared she was as drunk as any ^la ly ^ can^get under the most f a\ orable circumstance*.^She was removed and placed In jail to sober^up. Mrs. Lee has two children, and the^neighbors have petitioned Judge Howey^to appoint a sui'able guardian for them.
PatKillen, the handsome heavyweight^champion pugilist of the northwest, is^billed to appear at Ming's opera house^Monday. June 15. in a sparrine exhibition.^His wind-up setto will be with Prof. Ander^^son. Frank Shepley and Billy Hawkit s^will spar six rounds. Leidal and Gleason^and the Goodwin boys will each spar four^rounds. There is ^.^-^^ rea-iy tor t!.e Hel^^ena man who will stand before Killen six^rounds.
ThatBarn Dance.^An old time barn dance will be given at^W.C.Child's ranch to-night It will not be a^full dress affair and will be conspicuous by^the absence of any fancy frills. In short^it will be a genuine old time shake down,^and the leading society people of Helena^will be there. An elegant supper will be^served at midnight The motor train will^leave Main street atri.oOp m. and a train^will be in waiting at the Northern Pacific^depot so all wbo intend going wili govern^themselves accordingly.
Stabbedin the Stomach.^A man named Geo. Ferguson ^.^^.-..^into Al Goodrich's blacksmith shop yester^^day, and. making himself disagreeable, be^was ordered out of the place by Mr. Stark,^one of the workmen at the shop. Ferguson^had to be ejected by force, and during the^scuttle be stabbed stark in the stomach^with a pocket knife, inflicting a pafjtul^but notorious. wotin^L- i'tlfhison was ira-^'. .'.:^: e~.\ arrested. It is said that Fer^^guson has a reputation as being handr^with his knife, and that he has been en^^gaged in several similar affrays.
AHome for tittle Cash.
Agood five-room story and a half dwell^^ing, on Breckenridge street New, well^finished, large lot Only $2,060. Small^down pay and easy monthly installments.^French A Pyfer, Pittsburg block.
Nowonder that John L. Sullivan licked^Kilrain, it was all on account of Smiling^Albert's clam chowder that he used while^he was training.
Tryour best patent flour, the best in the^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
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TbaCellulopathlot and the Board of Med^^ical Eiaailacn.^Hilua, July ^.^(Editor of Independ^^ent]^in the article which appeared in^yesterday's paper concerning me, in con^^nection with the action of the medical^board. 1 waa somewhat misrepresented.^The facts of the case are as follows: I^called at Dr. Atchison's office Saturday^with my credentials, and was surprised to^meet nearly all ot the board of examiners.^1 was informed that It was necessary for^all physicians to pass an examination now,^aa well aa to present diplomas. 1 was per^^fectly willing for the examination, but was^astonished at either the protection that was^necessary to the ^noble Montana pro^^fession,^ or elae the cheek of said medical^board who were to decide the ability of^physicians to practice whom the eminent^men in our eastern colleges had instructed,^pronounced competent and granted diplo^^mas, which the government of the Unit-d^States declares will entitle each man to^practice medicine and surgery wherever^our rrvered stars and stripes shall wave.^After the honorable board had examined^my credentials, it may be remarked to their^credit that nothing more was said concern^^ing an examination, and a certificate,^which reads as follows, was at once issued:^^Helena,. July 6, lWfl*.^Be it known:^That by virtue of the authority vested in^me as a member of the board of examiners,^1 have this day granted a temporary certifi^^cate to William N. Davis, of Helena, to^practice medicine and surgery in Montana^until the regular session of this board, Oct.^1. 1-*'.'. Ekxkst ckctchkk, M. D.,
Secretary.^Dr. Crutcher within an hour repaired to^my office and said that the board had de^^termined to issue permanent certificates^that afternoon, and kindly invited me to^surrender my certificate, saying 1 would^not need it after I received the permanent^one, 1 informed him that I would rather^keep it till the other was granted, when he^left me without a word. About 1 p. m. I^received the following note:
Dr.Wm. Norton Davis: Dear Sir^^I am instructed to cite you to appear before^the board of medical examiners of Montana^this day. at 2 o'clock p. m , in the office of^Dr. J. B. Atchison, president, and there^defend and show cause why the temporary^certificate issued to you as a physican and^surgeon should not be revoked on the^grounds that you advertise to cure or treat^disease, injury or deformity in such a man^ner as to deceive the public. Very respect^^fully, Eknest Ckct^ her. M. D..
Secretary.^I claimed that I could cur^^ many diseases^generally considered incurable, I must^consequently be advertising in such a man^^ner as to deceive the public, and the poor^people must be protected from such a vil^^lain; or if on the other hand I could do as I^claimed, 1 would hurt the profession, the^noble physicians, very much financial!. ,^and of course they must Le protected. If^the former were the case the injury would^only be temporary, but if the latter, I must^be driven out of Montana in disgrace as^soon as possible, for if they did not protect^their own purses wbo would. How lost to^all self-respect a man must have been who^came to my office as a friend, and by in^^sinuating if he did not tell an^exact falsehood, endeavor so to obtain^my certificate, then would he re^^fuse to issue another and keep my^fee of 815. Is not such conduct unprofes^^sional, conduct unbecoming a physician^and gentleman '.' Should not the certificate^of Eugene Crutcher, M. D., be revoked I^I aak the people, those whom the board^wish to protect, as they say. How much^longer will you submit'.'
Haveyou the judgment necessary to^choose the man in whose hands you will^intrust health and life, or do you wish the^board of examiners to do so for you
Thankingyou, kind sirs, for so much of^your valued space. 1 remain,
W.Nokton Davis. M. D.
Lawyers'Briefs gotten up M naat form and^on short notice at this office.
St.Peter's Church Entertainment at
Tableaux.Cradle Songs of Nations,^^Babette,^ Mother Goose Lancers in cos^^tume. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Admission
M.Silverman has purchased of M. Llss-^ner, receiver, the entire stock of clothing^formerly ewntd by J. E. Landsman A Co.,^and will continue business at the old stand.
I.ratify I at^ to Alt^The high position attained and the uni^^versal acceptance and approval of the^pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs^as the most excellent lavative known, illus^^trate the value of the qualities on which^its success is based and are abundantly^gratifying to the CaL Fig Syrup company.
Havingtried the effects of the concen^^trated extract of Oregon Kidney Tea. we^cheerfully bear witness to it* beneficial^agency in affections of the digestive orcans.^it is simple, safe and sure, it is easily taken^and restores healthy vitality tj the organs^it is intended to operate upon with assured^success.S. j Mc Cokmioe,
Soldby K. S. Hale st On^and retail
TheJuly racing meeting of the Fair^association was a highly successful one.^The association realized ^2,000.
P.T. Voungblood, the alleged Dakota^embezzler, was taken back yesterday by^Sheriff Wa s ..the requisition pipers having^arrived.
Therewill be a meeting of the stock^^holders of the West Granite Mining com^^pany in this city, July 19, for the election^of a board of trustees.
LidsGardner's Mastodons and Mile. Gar-^retta's Australian novelties are booked at^the opera house for three nights and a^matinee, beginning the 11th.
Thesecond appeal in the Kellogg case^was dismissed yesterday, the first appeal^having been dismissed last Thursday, as^stated in the Indepenuent.
Thenight of the Fourth an iron mortar^was taken from the grounds where the^fireworks were set off. John Worth is^willing to take the mortar back without^asking any questions.
Withthe exception of placing in two^boxes the work of putting in the new^Gamewall tire alarm system is finished.^Alderman Harrison says there will be a^final test of the system this afternoon about^S o'clock.
Mrs.Emma Barrett will speak at St^Paul's M. E. church to-night subject^^That Ox and His Owner.^ Mrs. Barrett^was one of the pioneers of the Woman's^Crusade in Indiana, and is a leading speak^^er and writer in the temperance work.
Inanswer to the inquiry from Silver^City about John L. Sullivan and Tug Wil^^son, the man who bet that Tug Wilson^did not knock Sullivan down in the bout a^few years ago is correct The man who^bet that Tug did knock John L. down^loses his money.
Announcementis made of the betrothal^of Miss Uattie Brown, an estimable young^lady of San Francisco, and Mr. David^Marks, business manager of the Indepen^^dent, of this city. Miss Brown has sev^^eral relatives in this city, among the num^^ber being Harry Brown, of the firm of^Sturrtck ^V Brown.
ThreeRebellions a Day.
Threerebellions, obstinate, though^bloodless, occur in the stomach of the dys^^peptic v^ ho partakes of food thrice a day.^The digestive organ refuses on each occa^^sion to perform the duty assigned to it by^nature, and trouble ensues. How discip^^line, how regulate it^ Simply with a^wineglassful of the genial invignrant and^appetizer. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, be^^fore each meal and before retiring. Diges^^tion will, after a course of this pleasant^regulator, become easy, and its forerunner,^appetite, almost improve. Nervousness^and insomnia, always induced by chronic^.1} ~pepsia, will appear with its disappear^^ance thus insured, and constipation and^biliousness, it* usual attendants, also take^th- r leave. Not only will the system ac-^| .ire strength, but also substance for a^more perfect assimilation ot the food.^Kheumatism. uniaxial and kidney com^^plaint and neuralgia yield to the Bitters.
Thousandare afflicted with dise^^ of^the kidney and urinary orira'^a who suffer^in silence rather than. rr,^ke known their^troubles. To all those afflicted we can^offer a safe and speedy remedy in Oregon^Kidney Tea, which is composed of herbs,^selected with great care in Oregon, and^warranted not to contain minerals of any^kind. A few dose* afford instant relief.
Itis generally conceded by physicians^that about one-half of the population of the^L'nited States are suffering from indiges^^tion and dyspepsia. Hurried eating and^improper mastication and lnsalivation of^food are the principal causes. Dr. Hen^^ley's Dandelion Tonic strengthens and in^^vigorates the digestive organs snd enables^one to enjoy a hearty meal without any un^^pleasant after effects.
Owingto this changeable climate, it is^difficult to preserve a fair complexion, and^our fair sisters are annoyed by roughness^of the skin, chap*, red nose, etc. If Du-^tard's .specific is applied to the face and^hands night and morning, a clear and^healthy complexion can be preserved.
Burglarsat Deer Lad*-e.
DeebLodok. July 8.^[Special to the^Independent ]^The residence of Joseph^Lodge*, wbo resides on his rtnch east of^town, was entered last night between 12^o'clock and morning by burglars. They^rifled the pockets of Mr. Lodges' clothing^beside his bed and obtained about $260 in^money and took away a lot of valuable^papers. He suspect* a former employe,^who to day has been seen with plenty of^money, and a warrant haa been sworn out^accordingly.
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Livingston.July R.^(Special to the In^^dependent]^Hon. S. ^. Cox arrived here^in the special ear Glacier, and proceeded^on his way to tba National Park.
ItEnds After Several Days Sessions^For the Transaction of^Business.
St.Psul's Church Clears Its Indebted^^ness and is Formslly Ded^^icated.
Afull List or the Appointment* Made by^the Conferent-e for Montana^Station*.
TheMethodist conference closed yester^^day and the delegates have returned to^their respective homes. Sunday was a^great day at St Paul's church. A love^feast was held, commencing at 9:*). under^the direction of the veteran preacher. Rev.^George Comfort The time was taken up^in relating experiences, many of them of^thrilling interest.
Theregular services commenced at 11^o'clock and were conducU-d by Bishop^GoodselL Kev. K. E. Smith announced^the opening hymn and prayer was offered^by Dr. Hickman. The choir sang excel^lently well the anthem, ^ The Lord is My^Shepherd.
BishopGoodseli s text was taken from^Psalms exxvi, rtv : ^He that goeth torn^and weepeth, bearing precious seed shall^doubtless come again with rejoicing, bring^^ing his sheaves with him.^ The bishop^said he was led to select that text for the^reason that he had heard one of the breth^^ren quote it in connection with his report.^Tne sermon was a powerful one and great^^ly impressed the congregation with the^bishop's ability as a preacher.
Whenthe bishop had finished Dr. Leon^^ard said it was desired to dedicate th^^church that day, but a deb: of S5 Ouu bad to^be provided for before that could be done.^The result of a not very extended effort^resulted in something over S3 000 being^raist d. SHOO of which was subscribed by the^Thompson family, of Pittsburg. Penn.
Mrs.Barrett of Missoula, addressed a^children's servi e at 2:30, and at 3:30 the^ordination service was held under the di^^rection of Bishop Goodsell. Following the^beautiful ritual of the church the bishop^ordained G. M. Kyder, A. C. Smith and 1^^F. Hawk to the order of deacons, assisted^by Kev*. Snider, King and Kiggin. Pre^^siding Elder Mills then presented John^Hosking. H. D. Wadsworth. Wm. Hall.^George D King, J. H. Little and E 11^Snow and they were ordained elders, Kevs.^Kaleigh and shannon readine the scrip^^tures and Presiding Elders Drs. Leonard^and Hickman and Kev*. King and Smith^assisting in the laying on of bands.
Dr.Leonard preached in the evening^from 11 Phil. \ . y. ^The Supremacy of^Jesus,^ and at the close of the sermon a^further effort was made to raise money to^pay off the indebtedness of the church, re^suiting in about SI.000 being raised. The^trustees assumed the balance, and the^church was formerly dedicated to the wor^^ship of God.
Yesterday'ssession was of unusual in^terest A photographer was present and^took a picture of the members of the con^ference.
Thecommittee on education reported^and the publication of the report in the^Helena papers was requested
SamuelHocking was admitted on trial^in the traveling connection.
Complimentaryresolutions and a vote of^thanks were adopted concerning Bishop^Goodsell. Dr. Spencer, of the Church Ex^tension society: Dr. Leonard, ^ issionary^secretary: to the people of Helen I ^r their^hospitality, and to the railroads I ^ courte^^sies extended
Theconference treasurer rej. ^i d the^following collections:
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Womans /oreten Missionary Societyan SO
Thestatistical report showed the number^of church members to be l.firtl; churches^34; probable value. SlSii.oOO; parsonages, 24:^probable value. $27,000; total value of^church property, Slt^4.200. If the value ot^the college properly, acquired durina the^year, amounting to $60,000 be added, the^total property of the conference will be^seen to be $224,000.
Followingis a corrected list of appoint^ments ot the Montana conference:
BozemanDistrict^.Jacob Mills, presiding^elder.
Billingsand Park City^Gr^orge Comfort
BozemanW. A. Shannon.
CastleTo be supplied.
ChinookTo be supplied.
CookeCity ^W. W. Van Orsdel.
EastGallatin circuit^To be supplied.
GreatFalls circuit^Wm. B. Combe.
GlasgowTo be supplied.
HopeC rcuit^F. A. Kiggin.
LivingstonH. S. Taft
MeadowCreek Circuit^S. A. Oliver.
MilesCity Circuit^Wilder Nutting.
MiddleCreek Circuit^ K. M. Craven.
Pbilbrookand Lewistown^ J. W Ben^nett and one to be supplied.
RedLodge^To be supplied.
Townsendand Kadersburg^D. M. Shan^lion.
TwinBridges and Virginia City^George^D. King.
WhiteSulphur Springs^E. A. Stickel^man.
S.E. Snider^ Presiding Elder.^Anaconda^Pi. i Tip Lowry.^Blackfoot and Pocatello. Idaho^G. C.^Stull.
ButteI. J. McAllister.
GlendaleG. M. Kyder.
Grantsdale Wm. Hall.
HelenaA. D. Kaleigh.
Helenacircuit, to he supplied.
MarysvilleH. D. Wadsworth.
Meadervilleand South Butte^U. F.^Hawk.
Missoulalames W. Tait
NewChicago^A. C. Smith.
Pntlipsburgand Granite^41 W. Jenkins
SalmonCity, Idaho^W. E Ling.
StevensvilleE. M. Tower.
SuaRiver^S. U. Little.
Walkervilleand (Jenterville^Joel Vigus.
Wickesand Boulder^J. L. Guiler and^Samuel J. Hockimr.
K.E Smith transferred to the Cincinnati^conference-^Conference adjourned.
Noticeto Tax Payers.
The15th day of July will be the last day^tor the r^ turn of tax lists. All lists nc re^^turned by that date will be made out ac^^cording to law with twenty per cent added^to amountWm. J. BicsETr.
Lawyera*Uriels a;otten up In neat^lorm and on anon no lee at till* ofllce.
MontanaCheese.^Mike Keinig has just received a fine lot^of Montana cheese, the aame kind that be^has been handling for the last twenty^years. Also a fine lot of fresh butter.
Lawyers'Strtels gotten up In neat^lorm and on ^norl notice at tbta ofHce.
Lar^*r* B-lefs tcotteq, up bj netl form an*)^-- aiaaSS e^ot e at thl* office.
Orderyour Milwaukee beer through tel^ephone 137. F. J. Kenck, agent
HELENA IN BRIEF.
G.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to 5 at the Bon Ton.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor, No.^16 North Main street
E.K. E Carpenter's dental rooms, room^90, Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
Goto Chicago shoemaker for repairing.^One dollar for half-soling. In basement of^Atlas buBding. Frank Koedex. proprie^^tor.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at UK^a. m.
RealEstale Transfers.^The following real estate transfers were^flled in the recorder's office yesterday:^Charlas B Craig to Bad Cortch, lot S, block
4.Joeeph Cox ad ltioa. ^^^ t ^*
JamasBlake to * m Mcu**c. part of lot IS.
blockH. Blake aSjattto* 5o
J. Ill*, and ^tf- t-^ W*^htaf. L. Mann
lot*I to *). Moc* ^s, Heles* t..*n^M* V^Frank Lapler et ax. W Sama-1 Ford, ^^^^ ^*^S of toe aw H and lot * *ee ^ . and ih^ as^t* of th* nw ^a aac lot 1. *et M. tp SO a r
W Acklay a* Warren s Baxter, th*
Sw of the o/,, the e Vt of the ne V^e % at la* *w I*. and the re 'a *er_ tl.
wV of the aw ^ and th* ^w w of
tpis, a r s w
iriliiamXalertoJa*. _^S, Joee . t Cox add!'.'on
.Towner, lot i. block
HangingRock is in Clear Creek Canyon^on the Colorado Central Division of the^Union Pacific. In blasting out the road^bed from the solid rock a^boulder has been left banging, as it
Member*of the Constitutional Convention^in Helena.
Followingis a list of the members of the^constitutional convention and where they
arestopping in Helena:^Aiken, E. O., Cosmopolitan.^Browne, D. G , Mrs. Norris' Fifth ave-
Burleigh.W. A., Harvey Block.^Brazleton, J. V ^ Grand Central,^Burns. Edward.^Burns, A. J., 123 Broadway.
Buford,S. K , SU Rodney.^Bicktord. W. M , Merchants.^Bullard. W. M.. 52 Park avenue.^Breen. Peter. Room 12. St Louis House.^Conrad. C. E., Grand Central.^Col ins, T. E , Grand Centra).^Cooper, Waller, Grand Central.^Cardwell, Edward, Grand Central.^Carpenter, B. P.. 825 Madison avenue.^Chessman, W. A. sixth avenue and Ew-^Ing.
Craven,A . J . 50rt Broad way
Cauby.Milton, tirand Central.
Callaway,J. E, Cosmopolitan.^Courtney, T. E , Room 5, Goschen House.
Ourfee.D. M . (irand Central.
Oixon,W. W . Grand Central.
Eaton,Geo. O , Cosmopolitan.
Fields,Wm. T., Merchant's hotel.
Graves,F. L . Cosmopolitan.
Gibson,Paris , Oro Fino club.
(roddard,(^. K., 220 Fifth avenue.
Gillette.W. t'., H33 Broadway.
Gaylord, J. E , Grand Central.
HolNton,S. S.. Grand Central.
Hartman,Chas. S., Merchant's hotel.
Hammond,K. E , (irand Central.
Hershfield,L. U., 408 Euing.
Hickman,K. O.. 314 Rodney.
Hatch,L. D . Merchant's.
Joy,A. K . 114 Fifth avenue.
Kanouse,J. E, Cosmopolitan.
Kennedy,W. J., Pacific hotel.
Knowles.Hiram, Goschen house.
Luce,L. A. Mrs. Kumley, Sixth and^Rodney.
Mitchell,Samuel, (irand Central.^Middieton, C. R. Harvey block.^Myers, Alfred, Merchants.^McAdow, P. W.
Mayger,Wm., 1H North Rodney.
Muth,Wm. Muth station.
Maginnis,Martin, Adams and JeiTer^on.
Marion,J. E, Merchants.
Barberry,Wm., (irand Central.
Reek,G. J , (irand Central.
Robinson,J. C., Grand Central.
Rotwitt, L , Grand Central.
H*insdeii,W. R , Merchants.
stapleton,G. W . Cosmopolitan.^Schmidt Leopold, Goschen House, Rod^^ney .
Sargeant.F. E , Cosmopolitan.^Toole, J. K , (iraud Central.^Toole, Jos. K . To South Rodney.^Witter. A. C, Cosmopolitan.^Webster, Chas M , Porter Flats.^W hitehill. U. R., Porter Flats.^Watson. W. H , 47 South Rodney.^Warren, Chas. S., Cosmopolitan.^Mr. President, Cosmopolitan.
Lawyers'Hrlefs gotten up In neat^lorm and on abort notice at tnla ofUce.
Ladieswhy suffer with your feet when a^good comfortable slipper can be bad at^Gamer's tor SI that will give relief.
Lawyers'Briefs gotten up |n naat form and^on |hort notice at this office.
RealEstate is Uuiet,
Justnow, the midsummer lull having^set in, and consequently the present is^the time to buy. We have a few special^bargains and quo e them, without com^^ment, believing that all that is neces^^sary is to name the property and its^price to effect a sale. As samples, we^quote: corner lot ii, Northern Pacific ad^^dition No. 1, 50x140, at #425; lots 50x140^in Hewins' addition,lots 50x140 in
NorthernPacific second addition, |2T5;^lots in Broadwater addition, $275; excel^^lent lots 42x100 in Easterly addition,^1450; corner lot on motor line on 12th^avenue at fHOO; iu Phoenix avenue ad^^dition at $o25; on Breckenridge street,^#400; corner lot in townsite, on east side,^#500; corner lot, 50x150, on south Rod^^ney, for #H.V^, payable #50 down, #25^monthly.
Inthe ma ter of houses, we have fif^^teen or twenty for sale on the install^nietit plan, at prices ranging from #750^up, with a down payment of #200, and^monthly payments of #25. Among them^arc a new four-room cottage with good^lot, city water, etc., on Breckenridge^street, at #1,300; a neat cottage of four^rooms, pantry, -1 ^-. t-. on Eighth avenue,^within 100 feet of motor line; a hand^^some cottage on Madison avenue, within^two blocks from motor line, ^1.^'.^^^. a^well arranged dwelling of four rooms'^on Lyudale avenue, within half a block^from Helena avenue, at #1,500; a six-^room ilwelliugon Madison ave.#2,200;city^wattr with each house. All these houses^are new.either just finished or approach^^ing completion; modern in design, built^of good material. It will pay two classes^of people to. buy these houses^those who^pay rent and those who want an invest^^ment that will bring speedy, safe and^large returns.
MATHESON^ STEELE,^ma North Main Street
3 NIGHTS ONLY 3^AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
THURSDAY,JULY 11^Lid a Gardner's
90swinging beauties^- serio-comic ladies
3solitaires^19 lady amazons
Theperformance to conclude with Lida^Gardner's beautiful bnrlerque,
THE CRYSTAL SLIPPER.
Ticketsnow on sale at Pope A O'Con^^nor's drug store. F. Burton Colville,^11 Ivance Manager.
c.A. perrin, m. d.,
teajdenc*and office opposite *raoolbou*^ on^v tdlson *t^no* Telethon* avt.
Officehoar* fr.ni I -oSP. M. and from *:90 *r^8 P w.
Room10, Third Moor, Atbbj Block.
PO Box 7%, Balaaa, M. 7.
Psnllcbnildlaca, church** and dwelll-ft hooan^decorated Is th* lauwt *t7l*.
WUlMrotoh drain* Lwcoraied Hon, W a^Clark * and ^ J Tar*** r**iience*. Bntte.
cvaachwork an l 24^*s*d Orntm^n;aUon^ta^-.t*.l. ^ .-.*rl*ltT
lanow 1. ^-^-^^ in Pltf Sars Block, M door, room^la. Main *tr*^C Tat*th* el*rator B*jth t^*.^taaat* *xl ^^^^!^ rw^*^*^i
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No ecf P.trd.rte'3 S-^le
Notic*H h^r*by g!*M taat ta* nad-raUmad^will, on tk* 15Ch oar of Ja.y. IM. at li odock, at^tawoaVcaaf Poraar. Moth A C-.x. BaaanaTaonL^**il at public aacOoc.toOM b'carat Mcdar. th*^fiU- mint .hara* of lAaek in .h. vLl^ia, w^Kanco anaOattavaampanr. OrUacai** So. t acd^S of lfl, .nare*^aaci^and^**a*. So 4 at 90
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FOB8aLB^At B*rj^Tllle, B-room hon*^,^property of A net Plnkl*m*n: room* ail^occupied and rert* for fv par moath: will be sold^lnrlde of thirty d*y- | price $8Ul). T B. Warren,^agent.
\I IMS'. FROI liRTY FOR Si LB- A recant^_^J_ l**ae and bo ion our property in L'alon-^Tl.W nav.ng Up**' *j the non-action and cicap-^)^^ aranc* of Mr planner;, the 1 ***^^. it I* aealn^-oraaie A larce Uaw,^ p'aner and a Bsr elrh^aompraaint and drill for oale. National Minln*^and axplorlns company 8. J. Jonas, agent.
H1LBNA AND 8M8LTEK EXPRESS for^^al*(heap: one team, wa^ron and kerne**.
Theonly on* on th* rued. Domi; a good bn*l-^neae. ti.-od reaeon for eelilng. J D BorrUon,^llt-lena. or inquire of tbe driver.
liLAMOan upright Urand Piano, br trabler^I Bros., New York. Very One touch. Price,
taOP. Also a violin, bow and case. Also a ^Fault.
lea* base burner heating stove, No. ^. Baqalia
-VR 8 ALB^105 feet lronl at S'.fi Pine ^treet^7 Inquire on premie** or 15 Edward* atrvet
LUpaper* for sale at this office.
HOLMSand Lota for sale.. A Brick House^of eight room*, corner of Rodney and^Bridge et* ,*^ ^!^ feet, 16 One shade tree*; alao SO^feet *c^itnlnii same fronting on Bridge et.; alao^111 feet fronting on Rodney at. and ii feet deep,^opposite new residence of A. U. Clarke.
HP. STOUT. Agent,^ 108 South Bodaey St.
*dvecti**mentaunder this head will be In.^^acted three time* free of charge.
SITV AT I ON In private family by good dr.,^maker. Address, C. I , th'.s office.
vI 1 L ATION as grocery clerk, 10 year* experl-^O *ncr, heat of reference*. Address, 1) H U^^thl* office
SIT'ATIoN by a young man who 1* willing to^do any kind of work: can apeak the Engileh^and pcanuinavlan language*; has hsd some bual-^neea experience. Addree*. a. V , tnla office.
TOOS1TIONA8 HOL^BK8KPBR: la a com^I patent cook; no objection to leaving town;^^est of reference given. Addree* L. 8 , thl* office
YA LADY, position a*cook or any respects^ble position. Adar*** J. Cook, Independent;
SITUATIONto do hones work hy German girl^Address ^.^ Benton avenue,
TWOUIRLS,jn*t from Chicago, want place*^in private f .mill e. No liiKdwards atreet
QITUATIOMWANTED^By a competent eteno^O grspher and typewriter Can give good^reference* ; ddreas R. B 8. Cohart, this office.
tl7Ar^TED^By a lady, a position in store^Vv or offica. Beet of eastern reierencee.^Address L. b., this office.
WANTEDSituation taking care ^t horses, i r^as gardener In private tamiiy. Addree* J.^L. P.. thl* office.
tOACIJMANwho 1* willing to make himself^. generally useful ab ,ut tbe house and yard,^^^.'* a situation. Apply at Capital Ampluj^ment Agency, -1 Lawrence street.
G,IKL who Is com patent to iMnme entire re^r efODsibllity or do an) kind of boosekee.'lnkr^or work. Apply .tt Capital Employment agency,^^II*! L-awrence street.
7\JbK of any kind, In or near town; or will do^f short job*. Audreae A. Jackson, Inae^(^endffit office.
O'Klil NDEli Immediately t^y Inter-Monn^tain fubLsblng Co , Bntte.
BELLBOY it Pacific Hotel.
ATliEKS** ANTED^Sixth hi..- and War.^^ ten etreeta.
ADIMNoROOM . .IKL for i.ranlte. $ and^two bou*e girl* Apply Capital Lui.iov-^nient Offiae, -1- Lawrence.
AliOOD.NO. 1 COOK for private family,^good wtge*. Apply at Capital Employ^^ment office, Bw Lawrence atreet.
CAPITAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE^Ulrla^tor place* and place* for girl- at iVi Law^rence atreet. Mr*. L. B. Lyman.
riMPTEENORAN1TE CUTTERS. WageefoSO^U per day. Montana Granite company^* quairy.
WOMAN to do sewing. Call at 5.j0 South
fn/ W U| MRS WANTED to buy overalls st^1 \J Vs\J \J 50 centa p^^r pair. An Immense
stockof sbirtsVx ks and gloves at bed-rock prlcee.
ACohen. Main street, next to Montana Central
ANTEDA nure* girl. Apply at 7-1* Fifth^avrnue.
ForBent^Dwelliags, Business Places ,Etc
fpOH RENT^New five-room b .uae; good^' neighborhood: water in hoaee. ir^oire cor^^ner Breckenridge and Raleigh atreet*.
I/'ORRB.NT-Brlck h ^uae corner Dearborn and^x1 Jiauaer etreeta. Kaqulre of Dr. E. a. B.^Cer,.enter, room 40, Pttteburg block. Take ele^^vator
YHJRRB ^T^Ten room boose.^^ Steele ^ Co.
Applyto A. J
FOHRENT^A very pleaant Ave room dwelling^houae on South Rodney street. Apply to L.^F. LaCrolx ^ son, room 41, Pittsburgh Block.
LXJRKENT^Storerooms la Penn btock, also^x^ storerooms and offices In Pittsburgh block^Inquire of John W. Thompson, ru m li, Put*^burgh block
RoomsFurnished and Unfurnished.
IVORRENT^Nicely furnished rooma. quiet^Jj and pleasant: refitted: new parties la charge.^No 31.'. lark street.
GO,D SMART BOY TO WOUK IN FRUIT^^tore Enquire 4^! North Main etreet
ORKENT^First fljor lfr.T Eighth avenue, on^Motor line.
IiXiRR ^^ NT -Three fnrnirhed room* for house^x* keeping. Enquire on p.-emise*. 424 H^rrt^^on avenue.
rvoH RBNT^An elegantly turnlahed room In^x1 a desirable locality. Addree* M. D , this
UBPACIFIC or Lenoir Hooae-Steam heat,^X elegant rooms: SO, 75. (1, s^lt* %l.ttt per day.^No disreputable characters allowed.
AKVBYHOUSE, brand street, new and^elegantly furnished rooms, single or in elite
LOSTSmall (pocket) aneroid barometer, in^morroco caaa. Suitanle reward paid If re^^turned to this office.
A.T^D-Tobuvfor(^*afe at th* Lenoir.
ah,a large first .a
LESSONSgiven on piano or organ by com^^petent tear her. lerm*v*rv reasonable to^b*.rtnn*re. Addre** I. M^ this office.
frCENTs per fo t for **w*r connection* on^'J atreet* east of Main. A. itontelle, box ^ii
STRAYBDfrom my ranch, near Townaand. a^rpao of h ^r*-s, one black and one hay The^animal^ weigh ab ui l,4.^^ each, 'be black I*^branded T. J on left hip 'he bay Uhrmded f J^on I ft eh .uld*r A rewa d of $*^ will be paid for^the return of the animal* to Town*end.^JOHN MANIX.
MONEYTO LOAN npoa Helena real estale,^upon reaa .nable term*. Apply to Edward^C Hn*a*ll, room ^ Thompcon block. U*ieu*^Mont.
LARUEamount* of money to loan oa Improved^and unimproved city real eetate and on^ranrbee at low rate*. C. F. Kill* A Co.. Iniurance^agent*, rea eetst.* agent*. rnor*^g^* loan
1X7ANTED^A few scholar* for piano: term.^VV very reasonable. A.lor-as m , thl* offl e.
WANTED10,000 men wanted to *xamine^Sam Coh-n's fnext doo- to Montana Cen^^tral office ^ Immense *t ^B o, fine cigars and Cali^^fornia fruit at bedrock pr.cee
ONBY to loan on improved Helens property.^Tim* and term* to suit. Jno s. M Nett:.^rix^ms I and 7. A*hby building
liTANTa -\ ma' ..th several teams to haul^VV wood. For information addree* or apply^to F. A Schmidt. Bill-ton. Mont.
LOANScw Improved real aetata at low rata*^of InterestPOLK V DEVINB.
OnSATURDAY. JULY 13, 18*9, 1 will^sell at public auction at No. 308 Nerth^Ewing street a choice lot of
2SACKS SC6AR.^^-FOOT SHOW CASK,^COUNTERS and SHELVING,^STOVES, SCALES. DESKS.
Anda complete STORE OUTFIT.^Also, a complete Confectionery Manu^^facturing- outfit.
COPPERKETTLES and PANS,^MOULDS of all kinds and descrip^^tions.
Anda lot of material for making^Candies, etc
aleat 2 o'clock. P. M.
WEAKA-^ice Freel Brat*let.
Va0V_r * Law Vifw sad aawewae i unit Piw.^aa^*aMaw*-. ail iM*ia^ Pwaasaewl *********
Porter,Muth ^ Cox,
\GENTS for Bradford. Brooke. Ames,^-Y. Bellevneand Highland Park addi^^tions.
pOLLEGBPLACE.^Now is the time to^bny acres at the College. Motor^line to be built to this tract at once.
CEYMERPARK.-Lots close to new ho-^^J tel cheap.
ASMALLpayment down and *25 per^mouth will buy a fine residence^n^*ar Motor line. Water and all con^^veniences.
VKW TRACT near Broadwater hotel^i* soon to be offered. Lots caeap.^Profit* assured.
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX,
THOMASCRAHAN ^ CO.
SpecialInducement! for this Week
BUYA LOT IN
FLOWEH GARDEN or
Thefinest, most accessible and^sightly additions in the city.^The new Motor and Cable lines^will run through both additions.^Montana avenue runs between^the two additions and extends^to tne valley, making the finest^drive in the city.
Lots50x140 in Flower Garden for $350.^The terms are the best, only $50^down and $50 every 6(i days until^paid for.
Selectedlots in Grand Avenue, corners,^100x150, on proposed Motor line, $12^per foot. Also, corners and inside lots^in all parts of this addition, one-third^cash, balance in one and two years.
High,level lots, 50x140, in Northern Pa^^cific No. 2, at $250, $300, and $400,^$50 cash, and $50 every M days. 8^per cent, interest.
Choicelots 50x140 in Northern Pacific^No. 1, corners. $450. Kasy payments.
FineI t- on K .older and Livingston av^^enues at $475 and $5(0. Requires^only $50 cash, balance to suit pur^^chaser.
Fullblo-!k in Boyce addition at |:i.5o per^foot.
Don'tmiss this chance, but come in^on the ground floor and get the benefit^of all the advances. Make your selec^^tions at once.
T.CRAHAN ^ CO,,
ThompsonBlock, Room 10. opposite
CrandCentral Hotel.^Telephone 270.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,^Real Estate.
Rooms5 and 6, Union Block.
50Feet Beet Main Street Property, $500^per foot.
ionFeet Main Street Property, $10,000.^144 Feet, corner Lyndale avenue and
Mainstreet, $7,500.^50 Feet Main Street Property, $2,750^50 Feet on Tenth avenue, near Warren.
125Feet, Montana Avenue Addition,^Broadway frontage, $2,000.
Lotsin Graud Avenue addition, at foot^of Main street, at $5B ^.
Anue corner in Bassett's addition, $900.
FlowerGard n addition lots at $350.
Broadwateraddition lots at $2***,
Syndicateaddition lots at $250.
A5o-foot lot in Cox addition, with front^^age on two streets, very cheap.for $200
400Feet In Northern Pacific Second ad^^dition, $2,000.
Lotsin all additions.
Residences,from $^j00 to $15,000.
Severalfine acre tracts will be sold very^cheap.
Ranchesin Montana and Dakota for^sale, or will exchange for Helena^pr opert y.
ATKEMP'S ASSAY OFFICE,
InSums to Suit on From Six^Months to Five Yearn Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No D^-lay.^Cash Paid for Real Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. AgtV
Boardof Trads Room, Pitt*- ir^ Block, H len^.^CH S. BLTIX.B. Ag^*t ^t Hilt* ( ltv.
GrandDi tr.but.on Sale cf Laries Muslin Underwear, at
\\e prop se to make Rome howl this week in this department.^\\ e have too many Ladies Night Gowns, too many Chemise^and loo many Muslin Drawers, and the low price at which we^are offerirg these garments will no doubt astonish yon, but our^loss is your gain, so down go the prices.
LADIES'MUSLIN DRAWERS^ Ltdies' Muslin Drawers,^\v;th 3-inch mffl- and tucks. 25c per pair. Ladies' Drawers 3-^inch ruffles and tine muslin, Ida r*^r pair. Ladies' Drawers^Hamburg edge and tucks, tJ5c p-r pair. '
LADIES'NIGHT DRESSES-Ladies' Night Dresses, lace^trimming, line muslin, at 50c each. Ladies' Night Dresses, 2-^inch ruffle, tine tucks, at 6.V each Ladies' Night Dresses, tine^muslin, 3 insertions, 16 tucks, at 9(^c each. Ladies' Night Dress^^es, tine muslin, 4 insertions, 10 tucks, at 91.10 each.
LADIES'DRESSING HACQl'ES- Onr assortment o* Ladies' DresMuir Sacqnee ta^now complete. Splendid values at $1.50. $2 and $3.25 each.
LADIES*HOSE^A great barjrain in Ladies' Fancy Cotton Hoee at $1 a dozen.
ORIENTALLACE FLOrNCLNG^40-inch Oriental Lace KlounciD* at 25c and^40c per yard.
JERSEYRIBBED VESTS^We have just received another case of Ladies' Jersey^Ribbed \ests at 15c each.
EOIRTH OF JCLW We have a larRe assortment of red, white and blue bnntin*;^and Ha**i for decorating purposes; also, a nice assortment of red, white and blue^ribbon at low prices.
SIDEWA L K S ,
Andeverything in the Concrete line by^the Hot or Cold Process.
Residence,315 Montana avenue.
P.o- Bob 3*4, HELENA, MONT.
DeLACY,L0EB ^ CO.,
RealEstate, Mortgage Loan and Insur^^ance Age te, Boosts 20 and 21 Gold^Block, Telephone Jr^;. \^. (^Bob 144.
thole* City and Oobarbaa Property, improved^aaal eaimpruved^Acre Tract*, rip* for (nbdrvisioo aad tea***
Itis a question of money with ninety-nine in a hundred what^clothes they shall wear. You are not'a sure judge of Clothing^^nobody is. Th^ best judges do not pretend to be. Nobody can^be, really, who is not in the active Clothing trade. Why, then,^is it a question of moneyJ^take it all in all, to you that make it^so^for ninety-nine in a hundred don't go wrong in a question of^money. We venture to assert that our Clothing is less costly^and more reliable than many others. That is. take it steadily^week in and week out. We call aiteiition to the very big fact,^however, that low prices are nothing unless joined to reliability^and quality. It is by this union of reliability and quality that^our name has received its meaning and following in trade. Our^title to your patronage is simple. We clothe you better. We^charge you less.
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 willing to do^all in their power to please customers. A Prescription Depart^^ment in }^erfect order. Physicians' prescriptions dispensed aa^promptly as is consistent with care. The above are all to be^found at
115 N. Main St.,Hotter Block
Common,Finejront and Ornamental Brick
andOt^i ex- Clay ^rocl-u-crbe.^Office: Gold Block, TA North Main Street.
F L. SI/ER. Ge-ne-ral Manager.
AT T ACQ! f^\f^ Lf KXTRANCK ON JACKSON STKKKT;^r\ 1 L^/lO D 1 W r\ , Also, rao* MAIN 8TRKKT.
TheMost Elegant Lunches in the City.^MILWAUKEE: BE ER ON TAP,
MAMFACTUMHAND DSALBK IN
[Saddles, Side Saddles,
Litchtand I leavv Harness.
Blt, 8pnr*. Quirtu, Whips, L*8b*^, Blanket*, She*^t8, Imgt. r*. Slickers, None Bars,^Swcavt Collar*, Horse Boot* and all other goods ncnally kept In a firgt^Usi hir-^oess store. Hand made driTitur harne**. a -pwialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T
Callaad b* eonvlaesd.
UildrenCry for Pitcher's Castori*, J
U.S. Public Sampling Co.
Samplesand Assays Made of ail Oree. Consignments Solicited.^Samples of each lot Submitted to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
WRITEFOB TKRMS. City office with Hbxbu Cab Compact TeleDboos^No. 71. Sampling Works at Northern Pacifle and Montana Central railroad^Junction Take Motor Lias West,