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TheArmy Can Still P^rad^ the^Streets and Make All the Music^They Can.
Thedty Ordinance Prohibiting I hem^From Parading Without Permit^Declared Invalid.
Jo4b.Bl.k. ^^^^^^ Th- ,h* atd^rmeo^The^ P*ss^l It.
1W salvation Arm)- ii^ frs-e.^can now blow its horns, band^.bout ^u ihouU. ratUe iu tambounnea ^u
It can sound lU loud^of mud, on Main
mpits songs,^t *^t*M*i over the ^^-*^l,.,l r - yrli MM b.-^- *^ tte city baa^exceeded iu authority in pa^sinB an ordl^nan. -incontlirt witb tbe constitution of^,Uel mted KM Tbe army in Helen..^..,,..,i.0f^ N*^to K^-te, two female^, adets end twelve big, lusty private sui-^Tbeir custom is to parade Ma.o
streetevery^Sunday. Sua**^lodged *K*.:.^T I-^of tne citj eaway^was pawl prob.
notartel^re-icl, u^^atrumcuts c^^u.rm ff^ '^court I.^r rtl^retain-d as
Mand several times on^,us complaints were^in and at tue last meeting^U (put one an ordinance^iiuug all bodies trom par-^a.Hi music unless oaving^ed a special permit trom tbe^ie army paid no attention to tne^, .1. 1 .' 1 as .a. tbe even^t bad passed. Iney wer- ar^uk the estj ja.l and taMii in-^MlMHktfJi t he n*-xt day MM^a ere arraigned in tbe police^Waling a city ordinance. 1 Ley^counsel Col. W. r. Sanders
1 Mcutcueou. City^and Attorney Cae-i
andCol. I.^uey ISotaiu
I'day was spent in tbe police court try^^ing the case, but before 11 was buisbed the^attorneys I'T tne defense applied lo.lu.ig.^Blakr lor a wnt ol habeas corpu-. caimiug^ti .U fraud Chandler et al. wele *r. uglu..j^deprived of their lioerty. Ihe ijuesiion^came up lor adjudication before Judge^Blaxe Monday, 1 tie case sccap ed the oel^ter t art ot tbe day, arguments pro and con^being icard. Judge bias-ICMfl^d bis de-^ci.i.,11 uir.u yesterday, which la in fun as
lutne matter al the application of r rank^CI aBsnVet :or a writ of baoeaa corpus:
petitioneralleges that he ia illegally^, ,1 icmM) !^} tbe cit^ marshal ol lie.^.'^na under a w art aul wlncb has been issued^by the police mag.ntrule. It appears from^t.v papers that acompiaint bus been made^cl'argiug him with a violation ol the f ^1-^lowmg orrliuance: ^ No person shall, wuli-^out a permit m writing trom the mayor.^Deal any utuiu, ol otber llirtrun.eut, ol^ulo* any horu. or other msituai. ut, upon^any street ot tbe city of ilelena, lor the^^anaw ot attracting the alien'ion ot the^;^asser^-by to any show, entertainment or^assemblage, or lor any purpese v..iaU)^ef,^unuei a penally ot not leas than ten dollars^Mi more than titty dollars tor ^;icb^ort-nse.^ ' he petitioner l.as entered a^pieaot not guntv.ai.d obtained a imstpone-^uieni ol the itiai; out in my opuuuei lia*^nut waived his ngnt to bavt tb. , .estious^determined wnicuare Involved iu ibis pro^^ceeding
Ihecomp.a.nt t^eia forih i:.at tbe peti^^tioners and oilier parties did D. at a drum^and ^^!..^ : .:-'r .meuta ^tor tbe p .rpos.- ol^attraciiini t.v .i:ieuiion ol pass.. r.-o^ to an^^ wit: An assemblage called^ti Army meeting. While it^under the provisions of ti.e or-^.liuaiice to^ specify aouie puipose for the^I oinniission of the acts deacrioed, i think^that tne object of the accused is immater^^ial, provided it .s not ^aawfjaa. 1'be in^^tent ot tbe petitioner to gather V i. . r^people to promote the cause of religion^uoea not edi ct MM legal problems wbicU^must be solved. In tbe ten nt case of the^Commonwea.iu vi^. 1'.aisle-'. l'.'.V* tng-^laud Reporter, ttt, the court say^: ^Ihe^provisions ol l ie constitution wincii are re^^lied on, securing Ireedoiu ol religious wor^^ship were not designed to prevent the^adoption of reasonable rules and regula^^tions tor the use of sliccts and puw.e^places; and a religious body, however^earnest and sincere, cannot avail itt^-.r ol^these prov.Mi is as an author.ly to take^[Mini* ssioii ol a stn et in a city in vimatiou^.^t such rules, tor the purpi.se id puolic^worship therein.^ It is clanntd M 'he^jietitioner that tbe legislative assembly ot^the territory has not granted to the Oat] ot^Helena the power to euact this ordinance,^and that tbe delegation ol tne authority^to the mayor to control tbe use of tbe^streets in the manner prescribed is invalid.^Th re is bo conflict or opinio i respecting^tbe geie-ral principles relating to tbe regu^Jatioii o! stret is in cities, and it is needless^u^ :uake any reference to the authorities.^Hut there are ibree cases w hich have a di^^rect bearing and are ib- is .e ^f this case.^In the matt- r of fr... ,fl i.ich. the^pet,in in r was a iiieinhci ol tbe Salvation^Army, and was mM tor a violation of^the ordliia ^ ol tbe c.tv ot (irauu liapotB,^which was similar to that under considera^^tion It prohibited ihe acts complained of^without ^first uavmg obtained the con^^sent ot t:ie iiia)or or common coun^ol.^ The couil iu tue opin.ou^says: ^1 here is no express reference in^the ' barter to tbe use ol streets tor procea^sioiis. and ho power is given to license or^regulate ihem in Urius.^ An ins;-^ol the acts concerning the city of Helena^shows that tne city council of lirand^KapMs : ^ ^resM s greater p ifter in this re^^gard, ihe court procetu-, ^It baa b--ej^customary Horn time immemorial, in ail^free i'outlines and in mo-' c.w.ized coun^^tries, f ir peopie who shall aasembl - tor^common purpose to par.i.ie together by ca^^H ri a.- .liable hours a' l ight, with banners^and other paraphernal:*, and witii mu-.c^of various kinus, and these pro tssions, be^^ing political, religious and social demon^^strations, are resorted to tor trie^^x press purpose of keeping up^unity of feeling in this way, and^fnquently to produce some effect on tbe^public mind by tbe spectacle of union of^uuuihcis; they are the natural product and^exponent ot common aims, and valuable^factors in furthering them; tbey are only^found to any appreciable extent in places^having collected inhabitants where spec^^tators are generally as important as no tu^^bers.. They are among the incidental^conditions of city lite, and are as much to^be resjiected on suitable occasions as any^otber public meetings, and not necessarily^any more dangerous. It is only where^power is given to license that permissive^action can be left to particular case*.^If this were allowed in tbe caae^of processions, it would enable tbe nil) or^or council to shut i tt processions of those^whose opinions did not suit their views or^tastes in politics or religion, or on any^other matter on which men differ. \\ : . .,^men in authority have arbitrary power^there can be no liberty.^ ^^ i: ... by-law is^unreasonable because it suppresses wbat is^in general perfectly awtu . and because it^leave* tbe power to permit or restrain pro^^cessions and their courses to tbe unregu^^lated official discretion: when tbe whole^matter, if reguiated at all, must be by per^^manent legal provisions, operating gener^^ally and impartially.^ In the caae of^Anderson vs. Wellington, 40 Kan. 173, tbe^same views are expressed respecting au or^^dinance of a similar nature, and where the^accused was also a member of tbe Salva^^tion Army. Tbe court there held, ^ f nen^the question is: Is a street parade wiln^music or singing legally objectionable in^itaelf. or doea it threaten tbe public peace^or good order of tbe community^We^do not believe that the legislative grant of^power to tbe city council, as enumerated^in tbe sections above cited, can be so con^^strued as to authorize tbe city council to^take from the people of tbe^city and surrounding country the^privilege exercised by them in e\er^^locality throughout tbe land to form their^processions or parage the street* with ban^^ners, music, song* and shout*. The right^of the people-tti the state by organization^to co operate in a common effort and by^public demonstration or parade to Influence^pubtte opinion, and impress their strength^upon the public mind, and to march upon^the public street* of the cities ot the state,^witb tbe usual accompaniments of bands,^banners, transparencies, glee clubs, and ail^tbe exercise* of public meet:^ gs. - too^firmly established, and ha* been too often^exercised to be now questioned, or to be^made tbe basis of an ordinance forbidding^the same, predicated un the false assump^^tion that they are dangerous to tbe peace of^tbe public, or inimical to the good order of^society. It is not ^ reasonable regulation^to vest power arbitrarily in the mayor of^the city of Wellington to refuse permission^to any association of persons, combined tor^legal and meritorious purpose*, to parade^tbe street* with music. The use of musical^instrument* on such occasion* is not espe^^cially objectionable. Songs, shouta and^cheers, and the waving ot banners, have^always been considered as demonstrations^ot approval, and not as tending to creau-^disturbwnce or provose breaches of tb*^peace.^ The city of Wellington was not^under any more extensive legislative re^^striction* than the city of Helena.
Counselcite Commonwealth vs. Puvsted.^supra, to meet tbe reasoning of the**- cases-^but it is readily distinguished. In Mum^chusett* the legislature conferred upon the^board of police the power formerly vested^in the board of police commissioners, and^also empowered said board to exercise any^powers granted by tbe statutes ot the state^to the board of aldermen in relation to^licensing or regulating itinerant musicians.^The statutes further provide for regulating^and controlling all persons who frequent^tbe streets ^playing on hand organs or^other musical instruments, beating drums,^playing trumpets.^ It was so judged^that the defendant was included within^tbe phrase ^itinerant musicians, and au- j
thoritywas conferred in express terms by^tbe law making department. Tbe court^comments on the case of Frasee, supra,^and declares it ^as no authority against^this view: in that ease tbe city council,^without having any legislative authority,^assumed to pass a by-law prohibiting, un^^der a severe penalty, acts similar to those^done by the defendant, and tbe court held^it to be beyond the power of the city coun^^cil to do so.^ Tbe legislative assembly of^the territory baa not vested such vaat^powers in the council of Helena. It Is ob^^vious that tbe cases cited of the supreme^courts of Michigan and Kansas are directly^in point and must control my decision.
Iam of the opinion that the ordinance^under which the petitioner was arrested^has been enacted without legal authority,^and that no person can be lawfully con^^victed for violating its provisions. It is,^therefore, ordered that the petitioner be^discharged from the custody of the mar^chal and that be go hence without delay.
Jo..Dat Is and Geo. F. Wool*ton Come to a^Clash.
Itis generally known that Judge Jo*.^Davis has a water scbeeme as well a* th.
wilyWoolston. but Davis ia not working^his up with the vigor that Woolston has^since bis arrival in the city last Saturday
Uavishas bis bid in the city council and^says Le is in earnest and will furnish the^city witn more water than Woolston pro^poses to furnish. He is no tenderfoot and^feels that his bid should command equal^recognition and more than Woolstou's^The latter managed to get a number of the^board of trade and members of the city^council to hear him lay out his plans and^Judge Davis says be was ignored in this^matter as he w as not notified that such s^meeting would take place. Tbe result is^that Judge Davis has no ardent admiration^lor Woolston and last evening was selected^as an occasion for telling him what he^thought of him and his schemes.
1be gentlemen met in front of K 0^^Wallace's store, and while their wrangle^did not amount to any more than a good^deal ot talk, it has widened the breach be^t a^ en them.
Whenthe talk was at its height an 1m^k^i i- n iiknt reporter was on the scene.
1Jon'l have to go around working up a^tavorable feeling for my proposition,^ said^Mr. Davis. ^I'm willing to let it go be^^fore tbe people and the city council on it*^merits. Nor do I have to promise certain^individuals a number of shares in my com^^pany if they succeed in pushing it^through.
That'sall right,^ said Mr. Woolston:^^1 mean business, and 1 am hard at work^in the interest of my company. You have^:.') proof that I did what you say, and
Isthat so'.'^ broke in Davis. ^Didn't^}ou promise to give Dr. Cole, Silas Crounse^and Mr. (late* stock in your company if^tbey succeeded in pushing your last scheme^through the council, and didn't you do it ^^1 can prove that on you any time.
Adirect r- ; j was evaded and Judge^Davis told Woolston th t he could not bull^^doze him. lie charged him with not ful^^filling his formtr agreements and Mr. Wool^^ston said he had carried out his agreement
Vo .r nothing more than a speculator^and have no particular interest in this^city,^ said Davis.
Yea,and 1 have put in a whole lot ot^water works and propose keeping it up,^^replied Woolston. The discussion then^ended and it was difficult to tell who^thought he had tbe best ot the situation.
Wm.McQueen, of Belt, is in the city.
Dr.Dean will be absent from the city for^a tew days.
JackKobinson, of Deer Lodge, is at the^Grand Central.
Will Hanks, of Great Falls, is at the^Grand Central.
J.U. Mcknight, of the Great Falls^Leader, is at the Grand Central.
JohnWorth, Francis Pope and P. P.^Shelby are attending the Uutte races.
HenryFiling, the Virginia City bsnker,^is at the Cosmopolitan.
JudgeHedges, of the Herald, is in Deer^attending a meeting of the directors^of the Montana college.
I.D. Mahoney, of Minneapolis, la in^H .-lena visiting his brother-in-law, John A.^Quirk.
.lereSullivan, John W. Power and Thos.^dimming, of Fort Benton, are at the Grand
Mrs.Kate Curley, wife of John Curley,^at :he Herald, left yesterday afternoon for^a two months' visit to friend* in Chicago.
ilby Lytch. who recently went to Butte,^returned yesterday, in response to a tele^^gram, to accept a place witb 1. Marks.
H.li. Kazerneis and wife and K. ilea,^a ^ and daughters, Japanese touristi, are^at the Belvidere.
G.E. Cornell, of Glasgow, and John^K isseii, the mining man from Wickes, are^at the Grand Central.
Cap:.Jas. U. Mills returned fiom Deer^Lodge yesterday and will transact inter^^nal revenue business for a lew days.
Cbas.L. Hig, business manager of the^Uutte Miner, is in town on a short business
.1.C. and U. Kleist, of Chilton, Wis.; A.^IT, Moore, Minneapolis: Isaac Waldrnn,^Kansasi. ity, and George L. Dalton. Chi^cage, are at the Belvidere.
Mrs.Gen C. F. Kuff. who has been in^Helena tor the past month visiting her son.^of the Journal, has left for her home in^Philadelphia.
Col.John U. Curtis, the Butte real estate^nabob and capitalist, ia in the city with a^rtow to building a new opera house and^half million dollar hotel.
G.W. Dickinson, superintendent of the^Koi ky Mountain division of the Northern^Pacific, came in fiom Missoula last even^^ing and is at the Cosmopolitan.
U.J. Armstrong, of Livingston, is in^the city. He said that yesterday morning^he swore out a warrant for the arrest of a^hshing party who carelessly started a fire^in Itosebud canon, which was extinguished^with much difficulty. He leaves to-day for^tbe west side and is a republican delegate^to the Anaconda convention.
Dr.P. Waldinstrom, from Sweden, will^bold divine service in the Sweedish langu^^age at the Broadway Methodist church Fri^^day evening, August 23, at H o'clock. Spe^^cial rates have been granted by the Mon^^tana Central railway to those desiring^to attend from Butte, Wick -s and Marys-^ville.
Battery^A^ Holds a Meeting.^Battery ^A^ Helena light artillery, held^a rousing meeting at A. O. U. W. hall last^evening at which it was decided not to dis^^band, notwithstanding that tbe company-^had been ignored. A committee was ap^pointed to wait on the governor and inform^him of the decision, also to ascertain^if he could render them any as^^sistance in securing guns and^equipment. The battery though shame^^fully treated by not getting any thing out^of the appropriation of $32,000 made by^congress will patiently wait for and expect^better treatment next time. In all proba^^bility they will attend the encampment in^October.
FrankFuller, an old employe of Court^Sheriff at Canyon Ferry, met with a pain^ful accident yesterday by which he broke a^leg. He and a friend, not having much^else to do. engaged in a scuttle in the store^which culminated in a wrestling match^Tbe affair was in all friendliness, bu:^while locked together for a fall. Fuller was^tripped and his right leg cracked as he^struck the ground. Dr. Reed was sum^moned and set the break in position. It^was in the front shin bone that the break^occurred and the bone projected about an^inch to a sharp point. After setting the in^jured limb the physician brought Fuller^to town and he is now at the Sisters hos^^pital where be will remain for about six^weeks before being able to move around.
SaysHe is No Baiter.
Mr.H. J. Armstrong, of Park county,^was in the city last eight and denies tbe^report that he and others bolted the county^convention there on Monday because they^could not get a county commissioner from^their part of tbe county. Taey are dis-^plessed. it is true, but they did not bolt
THEDALLY INDEPENDENT. HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21 1889.
stml-lasa*i Mecttna- Held - Routla. Busl-^^w aad Other Matter*
Thestock-growers association held their^semi-annual meeting at the city hall yes^^terday morning. Tbe meeting waa not^largely attended and only routine business^waa transacted, after which they adjourned.
Inthe afternoon the board of stock com^^missioners met at their office in the Pitts^^burg block and held a long session which^was principally devoted to settling claims^fur strays and auditing accounts. Gran^^ville Stuart was asked if any resolutions^would be adopted relative to the stock and^wool growing industries. He said tbe^stockmen would like to adopt some reao^lutions that would drive the sheep from^their backyards.
Hesaid the board was endeavoring to^have certain Gro* Ventre Indian horse^thieves punished who recently stole thirty-^six head of hones from the Bloods over the^line. Two of the thieves and four horses^had been| captured, but the other^two and thirty-two horses were^at large. ^These red devils are a peculiar^set,^ said Mr. Stuart. ^It is only a short^time ago that the Bloods raided tbe Crow^reservation and stole a band of forty bones:^but tbe Crows are cowards and would not^try to get their . property back. Un the^other hand, the Gros Ventres are brave and^so are the Bloods, and these tribes are con^^tinually stealing from each other. The re^^sult will be that some day the ne wsuaper.-^will have a chance to report a live Indian^war.
Theassociation, be said, was in sound
conditionand growing in numbers. There^are only three counties in the territory that^are out of the told. These are Missoula,^Jefferson and Gallatin, but ne thought it^would not be long before they would join.^The stockgrowers pay a special tax to keep^their organization up and pay for the em^^ployment ot inspectors and clerk hire.^Persons owning ten cows or horses and^less are not rt quired to pay the tax.
Ufthe condition of cattle and tbe out^^look Mr. Stuart said that at present the^stock were all right, but rain was needed^to bll up the streams. The western and^southern half of Montana he said was^burned up^there is no grass for cattle.^In the eastern and northern half and^including the Yellowstone county, he said^while the grass is short, there is some left^and cat'.lemen have hay left over from last^year. But the cattle bad to walk in some^places many miles apart from water to^grass and the result was they walked their^tat off. It all depends on tbe c ndition of^the winter as to the outcome. If it is^severe the losses will be heavy, and if not^the cattlemen will pull through with but^little loss. If it should rain heavily for a^while be said a grass crop four or five^inches bigh would grow before the frost^set In.
Aboutthe Boulder Chlef-Th* First Lot^of Iron Mountain Or* Received.
Jiio.Stelnmetz, of the Boulder Chief^Mining company, stopped an Independ^^ent reporter on the street yesterday and^stated with all the emphasis be could com^^mand that there Is no truth in the state^^ment printed in Saturday 's Herald that the^vein of the Boulder Chief mine bad petered^out, ^Tbe mine is in better shape and^shows more ore than it ever did. and this^can be verified by experts who have in^^spected the mine,^ continued Mr. Stein-^nietz. ^and whatever the parties who^leased the mine did or did not do, does not^concern the company. If the lessee failed^to do wbat he proposed the company^waa not at fault. The fact of tne^matter ia that it was because^the Amazon mill shut down through lack^of water, that the mine was compelled to^suspend. Tbe mill was leased by a sepa^^rate person and he was given more ore^than he could handle. Had not the water^supply given out tbe mill and mine would^be in operation to-day. Tbe mine is worth^a great deal more now than 't was three^months ago and the stock is also worth^more, A few men are at present working^at tbe mine, keeping it clear of water, and^a meeting of the stockholders will be held^to devise means for the continued develop^^ment of the property.
Threecar loads of ore from the Iron^Mountain mine were received at the East^Helena smelter yesterday. This is the^first shipment made from the mine and^shipments will now be made regularly^Tbe Northern Pacific has built a spur from^the main line at Paradise station to the^Missoula river.
Prof.Churchill, the mining expert, and^Dr. M. W. Johnson, left for Townsend last^evening with two eastern mining men, to^inspect an iron mine in that vicinity.
K.L. Davis came in last night from^York, on Trout creek, where he has beeu^looking after his mining interests for the^past month. He says that Bee be, the mill^builder, has started with a force of men to^build a ten stamp mill on the Golden Mes^^senger mine, which Mr. Davis says^little bonanza.
Heis not a bolter and does not want to
RealEstate Transfers.^The following real estate transfers were^filed in the recorder's office yesterday:^William Chamasero and wit* to George W.^Held. Dart of blks. Mt and Ml, Helaaa
C.A Broadwater and wife to Jane ganise*,^lot* SS aad St, blk SS, Broadwassr **
C.A Broadwater and wire to Anthony^Dougberty et si, lot* it 14, 15 and it, but.
H.H Boehm to Pierre F Dlerckx. L ill in^^terest la lot* ^ aad 7, blk. ^, uewlns sddl-
C.A Broadwater sad mitt ti'^John Tr^TU^to Esiu K isjii.jm ser-ement
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Asroa Hershfieid.^ trustee.',' to' 'rVb^''8^**Uy. lot^. aia. s. H^rV^rid sdSluoa. .'
Eyeand Ear Surgeon.
Dr.EL H. Wynne, oculist and aurut,^MM Main street, Helena, Montana.
Hanan A Sons' men's 96
Orderyour Milwaukee beer thorugh tel^epbone 187. F. J. Kenck. agent.
Onlytwenty-one days more in which to^register.
PhilSchmidt, proprietor of the Helena^staatz Zeitung, says that no sale of his^paper has been effected.
TheKennel club has opened an office in^room T. third floor of the Kirst National^bank building, where entries can be made.
AgentVeazie, of the Union Pacific, is in^receipt of 1,000 mileage books to all Mon^^tana points. These are the first the office^has ever had.
Thetotal registration last night was 545^At La Croix's 25H: at the hose house, 287^This is about 2,500 less than tbe vote of^Helena last tall.
Kev.Mr. Boe, the new Scandinavian^minister, will preach at the Helena Busi^^ness college hall Thursday evening, August
.at s o'clock.
Butvery few voters registered yesterday,^and the majority of those that did register^were taken to the precincts by republican^registering agents.
Mrs.Agnes Ditbmer, mother of Mrs.^l.e-lie sulgrove, wife of Public Librarian^Sulgrove, died at her home in Indianapolis^Monday evening.
Thework of demolishing the old build^^ing on north Main street, recently occupied^by Barker the tailor, has begun. David^Morris will erect a new business block^upon tbe old site and expects to have It^finished by Oct. 1.
TheKennel club will hold a meeting at^the office of A. K. Barbour this evening,^for the purpose of electing judges for the^bench snow, and for the transaction of^other important business.
Adelegation of colored waiters arrived^in the city yesterday and will go to work^at tbe Hotel Broadwater. Men are work^^ing night and day on the plunge bath,^which will be completed upon the opening^of the hotel.
AnIndependent reporter visited the^Woolston and Hale reservoirs yesterday.^At the former the gauge registered seven^^teen and one-half feet of water, while at^Hale's the bottom of the reservoir was half^dry and weeds several inches high were^thriving. There was hardly an inch of^water there.
OfInterest to Interior Merchants.
BrownBros. A Co.. San Francisco, sole^manufacturers of tbe celebrated Oregon^City casslmere clothing an J. agents of the^Oregon City woolen mills, manufacturer*^and ji^bber* of furnishings, duck goods,^etc. have decided to open a sample room^in Helena during fair week, to have their^representative meet visiting merchants.^Correspondence respectfully solicted.^Address,
A.D. Sixpsok,^Helena, M. T.
SomethingNew.^Do you drink beer^ If you do, try^Letup's Cuimbacber Muenrherler or extra^pale. Sold at 10 cents per bottle. Patent^stoppers. Delivered to any part of the^city. Telephone 241.
BoEsMA.vxBkos. A Co.,^Corner Clore and Edwards St*.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
G.W. Jackson, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 12 to I at the Bon Ton.
FrankH. Norrls, dentist, room 27 Pitts^^burg block.
JamesW. Barker, merchant tailor, No,^IS North Main street.
EK. K. Carpenter's dental rooms, room^SO, Pittsburg block. Take the elevator.
Goto Chicago shoemaker for repairing.^One dollar for half-soling. In basement of^Atlas building. Frank Boeder, proprie^^tor.
Goeast via tbe Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and
diningear route to St. Paul and the east.^Through train* leave Helena daily at 1126
General Manager Mellen, of the^Northern Pacific and Wisconsin^Central, in Helena
Heis Making His First Trip Over the^Great Railroad on a Tour of^Inspection.
AI rrlcht Rate War in Effect Among Ihe^WsiUrs Roads Between Chicago
W.S. Mellen, general manager of the^Northern Pacific and Wisconsin Central^i. M. Hannaford. general traffic manager
ofthe Northern Pacific; M. C. Ktmberly.^general superintendent, and W. T. Small^master mechanic ot motive power, arrived^in Helena y esterday in the handsome car^Glacier. J. D. Kicn, superintendent of tbe^Montana division, accompanied them In^his private car. General Manager Mellen^is a comparatively young man for the re^^sponsible position be holds and hi* juris^^diction extends over the longest continuous^railway in the world^from Chicago to^Portland. He conversed quite freely with^reporter* who visited the car, but had notb^ing of much importance to divulge about^railroad matters. This is his first trip over^the road, and he will visit every part of it.^not overlooking Butte, which will^be visited on the return trip.^When asked if a successor^to Mr. Kimberly, as assistant general super^intendent, bad been decided upon. Mr. Mel^len said that no one had been selected yet,^and that during bis trip he intended look^^ing around for an available man. lie be^lieves in civil service reform and announced^himself as a staunch advocate of that^policy in governmental as well as railroad^matters.
Itis probable that tbe mantle will fall^upon tbe shoulders of one of the old hands^of the company In Minnesota.
Mr.Mellen said he was well pleased with^the country he had seen during the trip.
TrafficMauager Hannaford, in speaking^of the recent change on the Montana Cen^tral, spoke a good word for Mr. Ives, with^whom, he said, be worked on the Northern^Pacific in 1M72. He said it waa a good ap^^pointment and Mr. Ives would become pop^ular as soon as he becomes acquainted with^the people. Of the recent Transcontinental^association difference, be said a ninety^days' truce had been patched up. The^trouble had been that one road would make^a special rate on cotton goods aDd in the^course of time would get all that line of^business. Then to play even another line^would make a special rate on nails, etc^etc., until the business was demoralized.
Theparty will remain in Helena to-day^and part of to morrow. Col. Sanders, at^^torney in fact of the company, will accom^Dany them to Marysville and entertain^them while in tbe city.
AFKEKiUT KATE WAR.
Onlast Sunday the Burlington and^Northern road created a great sensation in^railway circles by making a deep cut in the^the rates for business originating at^seaboard point, between Chicago and St^Paul. The rate made was 15 cents per 100^lbs. on first class matter between the^points named. This action was brought^about by the competition of the lake and^rail companies with those having no water^connection. Immediately upon the receipt^of the news of this cut, a meeting of west^era freight agents was called but action wai^deferred until yesterday. Mr. Hannaford^thought the Wisconsin Central would meet^the cut, but as yet he had no Information^on the subject.
Yesterday E. J. Carter, agent of the^Chicago, st. Paul A Kansas City line, re^^ceived a long dispatch from headquarters^announcing that his company had made^cut freight rate which took effrct yesterday.^The rate is fixed at 15 cents per 100 pounds^on first class and 12 cents per hundred on^second class business between Chicago ami^St. Paul which may originate at the Atlan^tic seaboard. This makes tbe first class^rate from the seaboard $1 30 via the non^differential lines and SI 20 via the differen^tial lines. The proportion from Chicago^was 40 cents, and from that to 15 cents Is^quite a drop.
Thereis a decided tendency with the^western lines to ignore the long and short^haul clause of the interstate commerce law.^Tbe lake and rail companies have the ad^vantage of the situation on this point and^it is generally.believed it will not be long^before the Canadlm Pacific and Lake Su^perior lines, which are tbe competitors,^will be anxious to compromise with the^American lines on some basis that would^insure all interests fairly remunerative^rates.
AttorneyCullen, of tbe Northern Pacific,^is in receipt of a letter from Mr. Groat, im^migration agent of the Northern Pacific^asking the people of Montana to co-operate^with the railroad company in making^creditable exhibit of the territory's re^^sources at the approaching St Paul exposi^turn and the Minnesota fairs and also at^Buffalo and Detroit.
Inthis connection it is stated that Mr^Hershfield, of the Montana National bank^will place on exhibition at the St. Paul ex^^position a gold bar of the value of $100 000,^all of Montana gold. This will be, prob^ably, the largest gold bar ever made and^will be a great advertisement for Montana.^It will be made of gold from tbe placer^at .! quartz mine* of the territory.
TheNorthern Pacific has extended its^sp- Ml rate of 40 cents on bay, grain and^feed from Missoula to Spokane Falls and^intermediate points.
UananA Sons' men's $4 shoe* for 84 at^Gvmer'a,
Tryour beat patent flour, the beat In^market, and Whittaker Star hams, al
JotnrT. Unarm A On.'a.
CssuiSBsssls.All claims not consistent with the high^character of syrup of Figs are purposely^avoided by the California Fig Syrup com^^pany. It act* gently on the kidney, liver^and bowels, cleansing the system effect^^ually, but it 1* not a cure-all and makes do^that every battle will not sub-
Mr. Mantle's Paper Scorn His Polltlra^Opponent* In Silver Bow County.
Therepublican county convention at^Butte on Saturday, In which the factions^^tit and bitaud sweat and swore.^ has far^nisbed the Inter Mountain with the text^for a column-and-a quarter editorial ar^^ticle, from which tbe following excerpts^are made:
TbeInter Mountain is confident that a^calm survey of the situation will create^such a feeling of disgust and indignation at^the methods employed to bring about the^result arrived at, that no serious harm will^ensue. To begin with, the primaries were^not properly conducted, and in at least one^precinct open fraud was committed and^the result as announced was not in accord^^ance with the vote cast.
Themen who connived at these schemes,^there need be no misunderstanding. What^have any of them ever done that was cal^^culated for the public goed. What have^tbey ever done for the republican party^and the triumph of republican principles^when they were not on the ticket'.' When^have they hesitated to abandon the party^and work against its candidates and Its^best interests, on account of the disinclina^^tion of the party to keep them con^^tinually in office^ How much mon^^ey did they evei contribute, all told, to le^^gitimate campaign expenses^
Tosave themselves from a deserved^oblivion they proceeded to put up a scheme^to capture the primaries, and In order to^strengthen the plot they placed upon the^primary tickets tbe names of some most^excellent men^good citizens, loysl repub^Mean a. The next thing to do was to start^into circulation a tissue of malicious fabri^^cations Involving the personal relations of^a dozen prominent republican*. All there-^sources of political scandal, personal back^^biting and covert misrepresentations were^exhausted in order to gain strength and^money for the primaries. The connubia-^tors packed yarns and lies from A to B and^from B to A.
Itbecame plainly apparent then that^the passions aroused before the primaries,^the stories in circulation about reputable^republicans, and the methods of a handful^of slick manipulators were all for a pur^pose and that malice and boodle were its^mainsprings.
Whenthe crises came those ^who had^fomented all the trouble and indulged in^all sorts of reckless and indiscriminate^misrepresentations, sat ^discreetly mum.^Not one of them ventured to open his^mouth, doubtless fearing that his tongue^wo ild cleave to the roof of it There tbey^sat convicted by their silence of having^libeled those men who have been their^friends in many a hard fought contest and^who have helped them into office and never^done them wrong.
fan Result of the Brow* Assignment.
Providence,B. L, Aug. 20.^The^Phoenix Woolen company, of East Green^^wich, has assigned The embarrassment^is brought about through the failure of^Brown, Ateeae A Clark, who held the com^^pany's notes tor large amounts. The as^^sets and liabilities are unknown.
FrenchOHirers la rrouble.^Pakis. Aug. 20 ^At a meeting of the^ministerial council to-day the minister of^war stated that out of 2o,000 officers of the^army. 500 had been found guilty of partie^Ipating in political agitation, and had been^dealt witn, and twenty-one non comt^^ioned officers had been
Looklns 1 a to the Situation la ICsah.
SaltLake, Utah, Aug. 20.^The senate^committee on irrigation arrived here yes^^terday and keard tbe statements of various^nartsa* regarding tbe need of imgartoas ia^Utah and the result* of irrigation thus tar.
TheSaltation Army Parade* the Street*^and Has a Meeting.
TheSalvation Army paraded with^fifteen members last night, and pounded^their drum and tambourines with unusual^zest and sang in their usual discord. The^coliseum band also paraded, and the usual^counter march took place amidst the hoots^and yells of the large crowd assembled on^the street.
Atthe barracks a large crowd was^present, most of the audience being men at^^tracted there by curiosity. To one who^has not seen or visited this place it is quite^a curiosity. An Independent reporter^visited the barracks while the services^were In progress. In a long room, with^bare stone walls and the roof bidden from^view with brown paper,tbe barracks looked^poverty s'neken. Cant. Nellie Keefe was^making a speech. Seated just back of her^on a platform were Lieut Chappel and the^adjutant Further back was a long bench^upon which tbe red coats sat, and among^them was a Chinaman. A few lamps^afforded dim light, but all this was over^^looked and forgotten amidst the general^laughter that tbe captain caused. At the^time she was telling how she once lived on^50 cents for three days, when all she ate^was raisins and rice. In Helena, however,^she occasionally indulged In mush and^milk. Lieut Chappel, she said, t pointing^to her^ had lots of mush and milk while she^lived in I'tah.
Afterthis remark some one asked,^^What waa the matter with carrots^
Thecaptain said she had just^S- 40 in her exchequer. Tbe case in^court had cost 610 and tbe rent was becom^^ing due. ^The lawyers had refused to ac^^cept any pay, God bless them,^ said the^captain, ^and their business will increase^tenfold, for He said that those who help^the salvation army will be doubly repaid.^^Tbe captain then started in collecting with^tne tambourine and glancing at the report^^er she said she hoped that the reporters^would not accuse her ot taking the money-^out ot the men's pockets.
Babycarriages, baby carriages at Calkins^A Feather!)'*,
Announcement.1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
forthe office of sheriff, subject to the de^^cision of the Democratic county conven^^tion of Lewis and Clarke county.
TheCascade division Pullman sleeper^on the Northern Pacific railroad passing^Helena east bound Aug. 23rd will run^through to Chicago and after that date^through train service between Chicago and^the Pacific coast will be regular.
WILLIAMSCharlotte C Williams, aged IS^months. Infant daughter of A. St. William*^Funeral to-day at - o'clock p. m. from the reel
deace,till Bealtie street FrienasInvited.
HAhDKR In Helen*. August-.to. Ad* Fennel!*,^daagnter of John *r^d Ad* Usrder, sped 1 year.
DCMPHYBL'RWKLL^In Helena, Augoei 18,^by Kev. F. I^ Kelrey, Elijah Dunpby aad Mrs^Susan St. hurwell.
Theremainder of our sum^mer stock to be sold at a tre^mendotis sacrifice.
Weare prepared to make ex^ceedingly low prices for the^next two weeks only.
Byall means take advantage^of this great opportunity to buv^seasonable goods at trilling cost
WhiteGoods marked down^fully 50 per cent. A large line^of Ladies' Fine Hosiery at 50^cents, former prices 75 cetits^and $L Ladies' Vests reducec^from 50c. to 25c, and better^qualities in about the same pro^portion. Lace Curtains at less^than cost, to close. Only a few^Black JVisevs left, at 85c , $1^and $1.25. Elegant Dress Pat^terns reduced from $25 to $10.^Parasols and Fans at your own^prices.
At5 Per Cent Interest
Stoppaying Rent, when the same^amoumt invested in the
Loan^ Investment Associa'n
Willgive you a House, free from all in^^cumbrances', in a few years.^Call on or address,
LocalAgenL^22 North Main Street.
P.0. Box 357.
URINARY and RECTAL DISEASES^A SPECIALTY.
ALady Assistant will be in constant^attendance at my office daring office^hoars.
Honrsfrom 10 to 12 A. M. and from 1^to 3 P. M.
Office,rooms 6. 11, 12, Helena Busi^^ness College. Sixth are. and Main -tr^^He 1- Us. Mont
DVjo* w*nt to smak* * per oast, on *a In^vMlment. If so. bay s* t room bo*** for^f ^.sn. e**r terns rfn*p*rd a Co . AU**.
fsok^ Al.K^A boarding boas* situated forty^rod* from ^ Meinllc must, c kedroums far^nisbed j also kitchen, dinln* room, wash room^ana botcher outat complete, boose rants for SU^price, $90i). Address Mr* William Cardinal'^lirtntte.
iMPuHTSONorwegian (lag tobacco at Swend^C*rl*3b^*; iOc per foot.
UVSBHOLD faraltare, private sale sti^^-' atler street, call to-day.
LLtn* new school book* at Calkin* 4 FeatL
'URSALE^Orange bloaaoma and tne Dlv^mond PoaUliee, a positive core for f -msie^die*****. Trial package guen away at 417 Broad^^^J
IVOKBALK^New boasehold farnltare. Also^A7 boa** to rent. Inquire of Alex. Barns, one^mile north or town.
I.ViHbALJt^106 feet front at 31a Pine street.^P Iniiuir* on premises or 15 Bdwards street
Li)papers for sale at this omos.
Advertisementsund*r this haaS will^sertod three time* free of charge.
ANTAD^Situation by a sober young^man In a hardware eiore or commission^bouse. Addrets P. Hand/, Box 3M, Helena.
ivANTBli^A sit; si Inn by a yoang man in^vv private family or hotel work. Addle** D.^Mnclair, UUa office.
aJsTUATlOUWANTED se statonory^O engineer by ^ man of experience, reliable sad^thoroughly qualified. Address J. j. E^ Indepen^uent omc*.
WANTKDsltaatloo by a yoang man any^kind uf work, very handy Address at^tins office D. T. T.
\A,TANTEDWork by tne day or would like to^^ *^^ barker a towels to wash. Appi/ it. li.^this office.
U/ANTBD-Bmpioymeutot any deejriu:^^ ortcu work pretoired. Addres* K. N^this office.
V OL'NO man weuId like employment in rIty ;^A. releieace If required. Addre**J.M, Law^son, this office.
fANlEDA sltaatlon by woman crx.k with^boj to heip in Kitchen Addles* tola c rnce.
\\ * A N T ED^A ait uatlon by man and wife, hi v*^v v no children; elUier not-1 or i a ... work,^hotel work preferred; terms reasonable. Address^M. No. 13 this oince.
ANTEDSituation by flrst-cl^ss womancuos.^Address bn klguth avena*.
\ *an r*D-A t^ bast man who la used to out-^vv door work, tor a permanent position, must^nave a common school education aud be aoie to^turnl.-h good ralereace; ^^..,. $.. per nay lor the^first alx monlha. Acdreee Position, Helena.
lMNi.Ko H glris ud chambermaid* wont^placee. Montana, toot ot uroauwey.
TolaUatitataoa^Charity, o*^^the best sad^tn the We**.
It1* b-^pleaawnt jetty of
car*of th* ShMen of^to smak* it one of
firstMonday of Sep
GRAIN^ PRODUCE CO.,^Belgrade, Montana.
1e W kast, ( are.ar.fi ail
WANTEDKlrat claee dining room girl for^Whit* Sulphur springe, a leu gooct house^sine Uood judgment txercl^^u In furnishing^help of au klnce C apita. Employ uent Clrhce, ill^Lswrsu ^ etreei.
1111 | ** EK kO.N 1 u and expenses to rrp-^VlWu lesenl the ratine Land a..o Loan^company in this couuty; beat of refertncee re^quired. Apply to ilome untie, flood building,^son t ranciftco. Col
IADY AUBBTo wanted for my wooaerf ul n^w^I rubber uncergarmeni, greiideet invention^tor women ever tevu. Mr*. 11. r'. Liuie, Chicago
AUENTbWANTED f.,r Bottled Electricity: en^tliely new, pays *. * day. Aodrors, 0. B.^u ...... a.tg. Co. Botue isept., Chicago, in*.
ci.EBINDEUImmediately oy Inter-Moun-
-i-uoli*h.ng Co., buive.
lot iieusi,^Uweiliiga, Dasiness Places ,Lu
LiHsKBENT^On* hsif of kouse, ifli spencer^a^ street. Apply to I t*h Assay ciftice.
L,. hr.M brick h use. elx rooms, corner^A* Dear born avei. ue onu liauaer atreet. inquire^lir. B. K a c ar,,eniei, room 30 Pittsburgh block.
t/HiKKEN r^Pleasant five-roan dwelling house^a^ on .-.mil. Boaney. L, P. i.ac'roix ot son.^Boom Al, it tsourgu Block.
ITHiUKENT^Storerooms in Penn block, also^a^ storerooms and offices in Pltubargn block.^Inquire of Joan W. Tnompson, room 12, Pin*-^burgh Mock
iaooauJanusLed and Unfurnished.
F.E. FrtENcU has nicely fur-^Ji. nishrd rooms tot rent on Kodney street,^near Broadway.
1.O.l rENT^Newly furnishea rooms at S7 8.^X1 b.'nwu avenae.
~Evv LY furnished parlor and oed loom axd^1.1 iurnlaheu ri oiue i,.r gentle j.en, near Main^sceet inqu.re *t sna. MM Ming street.
LiCKMSUED Booms at 1 or ter Kla s, K^;^X atfeet, entirely renovated and under nets^management. Call in baeeineut or at i or ter,^Muih Jr Cox, Uolu iilock.
ilE PACIFIC; or J^eojlr tloua*-.^te*m run.^a elegant room*; ^^, gi, a.Its fl.ju per day^No dlarepula^l* characters allowed.
ABVEYHot SB, Orand street, new^^iegsauy iurnianed room*, slngieor In i
WANTEDBy a lady, inltuniehtd room with^pr.vale lam.jy on west side; ;^ i. ,^mangea. Adunps k.. this office.
fANTED^ O^nUeman detlres an elegant^room, private family preferrid Address^ti. I fate i rhie.
11iWo respectable yoang men dei^X. private uinl.) at $t^ per wee*.
Box301, C ity .
WANTEDTo rent* furnlsh-d boo** nit^*ble lor tour per.one, no children. Ad^drea* s. U B , this ofn.e
VMjL'ND LADIES pocketbook. Call at this
IosT A pointer dog, white with exception ot^Aj liver colored spots on side and head. Ans^^wers to name ot Bongo. A reward of $A will be^paid upon delivery to D. Flo wen^.
i'OI'SDA bunch of keys. Owner con have^^ them by applying at this office.
\fONE i TO LOAN in sum' ot f^M) to $'.u,t^o,^Ji on Unproved property In the city ot tieiens^aad ob farms and ranches in Montana; money^faralei.ed for baUdiag purpoaw*. B. u Palmer,^viola block, Helena.
MONEYLOANED by J. M Johnson at^Lockey ^ office on furniture, planes,^nurses, wagons, and any property ot value with^out removal from owner ^ pesweasioo.
\f ONE Y TO LOAN apon Helen* real estate,^-i-VA. upon reasonable terms. Apply to Edward^C Kaosell, room 6 Thompson block, lie.ens.^Mont.
IA ROE amount* of money to loan on improved^A_i and anlmproved city real estate and on^ranches at low rates. C. F. Bill* A OB* insurance^sgents, real estate agenta, mortage* loan*.
MONEYto loan on Improved Helena property.^Time and terms to suit. Jao. ti. M Belli,^ruoas* 6 and 7, Aahby bailding.
OANSob Improved i^j of lnsaiwas.
WANTEDBellahie parties desire from SO to^to AJ0 bead of stock to winter or take on^^hare*. Have plenty of feed and abetter and ran^nine* water that never free res. Addre^ T^ this
ASTRAIGHTTIP-The c sleet place 1* town^Is Foy sisters cigar store
ileetplace in town^SuortTWrue
Porter,Muth ^ Cox,
Ownersand Agents^of the
PORTER,MUTH ^ COX,
Thos,Crahan 8c Co's
REALESTATE BARGAINS :
$12i.UU per fuot for rhoiee property on
HeleuaAvenue.^^850.00^ An elt-gai t corner in !.;^..^.-
Additionon 8th Ave 5^'x 140. Eany
800^Choice lot in Block h. Basset Ad^^dition. One halt canti, balance to^suit.
2,250^An elegant new nix room dwel-^inw, neatly tiuished in California^red wood.
1000 per foot for 5(10 foet in choice^location in Syndicate Addition.
6,000cash for 27 lots in Syndicate Ad^^dition. These lote are principally^choice comers on Houser and^Knight streets and will average^about ^*^ !*) per foot,
3,000^five room house on Lynn^dale Ave., lot 80x175 good well on^premises.
3,200^Neat dwelling on West Side; six^rooms; lot 50x140; good water on^premises, fine cellars, etc.
1,950^Kor a select 100 foot front corner^near East Side School, high and^level.
950.00^For a handsome lot, 50x140, on^Eleventh Ave.; a fine building site.
5.300^A beautiful home on Clark St ,^six rooms, good cellar and out^^buildings, will take a good lot as^part payment.
1,900^Neat four room dwelling on^Ninth Are.
4,750^Fine seven room brick, this side^of Idaho street, fine cellar, gas and^water in the house; bath room,^hot and cold water; all modern^improvements. A bariraln.
350 per foot for block in Boyce Addi^^tion.
2,250^Neat dwelling on West Side, five^rooms, only ^300 cash required.
4,000^Choice six room residence on^Lawrence street, this is a model^home and very convenient.
1,900^Boautiful dwelling near depot^with lot 100x140, good picket^fence.
500.0(KChoice lot in Block 21, Lockey^Addition.
Theabove li*t contains bat a few of our^bargains.
117ANTEDA tew thousand guod stock and^^ matron sheep. Answer, w.th lowest price^and where can be aeen. Ind-per dent office Also^onsjrood hay for sale near Bismarck. Dak.
bastoffer on i rack at Blamarck. A.^, car* of I Dd-pendent.
FMr* J an* Lee (iarcelon, believed to be some^^where in ^act*-.*, will addre** \. H. Hemlnp^* 8. B. Fifth screel, Minn**p-^iia, Minn , ih*^will learn sumaChl**- to kef peenniarr advantage.
Cor.Main Str and Sixth Ave
Seventhannual opening. Sept. 2, 1889.^Parents intending to $ nd sons and^daughters to this popular and excellent^school of business, shonld coirerpond^and make arrangements this month.^No vacation during Augnsf in PKRNLN^SHOKTHAN^ DKPAKTMKNT. Day and^evening sessions. Students admitted at^any time. Send for circulars or read^^The Business Kdncator.^ Address^H. T. KNGKLHORN. Helena, Mont
TheNext Great^Mining' Region^of Montana.
Acorps of engineers are now In the^field surveying a line for a railroad ex^^tension to Cooke City.
Thebuilding of this railroad, which^will probably be within a year, will^make this camp, with it^ inexhau-:it le^deposits of ore, one of the liveliest in^Montana.
Wehave for sale 50 very desirable^business lots in Cooke City at prices^ranging from ^5o to #150 each. These^lots are sure to have a rapid increase Id^value.
White,Johnstone ^ Co.,^Real Estate.
Rooms5 and 6, Tniou Block.
Andeverything in the Concrete line by^the Hot or Cold Process.
.315Moo tana avenue.^P. 0 Box 184. HKLXXA. MONT.
InSums to Suit on From Si*^Months to Five Year.s Time^on Real Estate Security.
Moneyon Hand. No Delay.^Cash Paid for R. al Estate^Mortgages, by
W.H. Clark ^ Son, Gen. Agt'
Boar*of Trad* Boom, Pittstrors Blorfc. Ball^^^a*, a. ^l.TTsjrs*^. ^ ^-.^^
GREATARRAY OF BARGAINS AT
Thisweek we are determined to sell lots of troops at the fol^^lowing prices:
RfiALNX0. 1^Ladies' Plaid and Striped Drew^Ginghams, ^ 1-Se a yard,
Ladies'Corsets, the best bargain
everoflered, at 50c a pair,
RBDCCEDFROM ^1X^^BARGAIN NO. 3.
Ladies'Past Black Cotton Hose.
Largesixe Marseilles guilts, at^^l each,
REDUCEDFROM |1.50 b*R(.AI\ vn l^BARGAIN NO. 5.1 BARGAIN N0- 10
Ladles'Dress Patterns, with ten^yards plain goods and ^ yards^Hamburg, at ^1.30 each,
Ladies'Dress Patterns, 10 vards^plain goods and 'J yards Ham^^burg, at
SmtSS,Tow^8- RO0d 8ir*'
Extralarge size Linen Towels^at 25c each.
TurkeyRed Napkins, fringed^border, at 50c per dozen
Children'sAprons at 25c each
Children'sAprons at 35c each,
Children'sAprons at 50c each.
FORTHE NEXT 10 DAYS
REDUCEDFROM $6.50 AND $9.00,
ComerMain and Broadway.
GoTo The ^New York.
Wedesire to inform the public that our Fall Line of Clothing Is now complete, and^we venture to say that never before has such a fine variety of styles been shown in^Montana. All our clothing is made by ourselves at onr factory in New York, and^we therefore are enabled to i vou much cheaper than elsewhere. We also MatM^a specialty of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Thecelebrate! standard and Star brand ol Shirts. Fisk,^Clark ^ Flagg's world famous Gloves. Braces and Neckwear,^Sutton's Famous fctiff Hate, Stettson's Peerless Soft Bats,^Champion Boys' Shirt Waists, E. ^ W. and Lion orands of^Collars and Cuffs, Faultless Night Robes.
Sbirtsmade to measure.
CustomMade Clothing a Specialty
SBEYERBROS., Atlas Building, Helena,
$200and $25 PER MONTH WILL BUY:
Acottage on Eighth ave , 100 feet from Motor, well situated, bouse new, ^1,600.^A new house and good lot cn Madison avenue, ^1.000.
Anew house aud excellent lot cn Alta Ftreet, about 300 feet so. of Broadway.$1,650.
4rt)for corner lot, 50x140, in N. P. addition No. L
800for corner lot. 50x100, on Breckenridg* street, ^300 down.
4^meach for good resid, nee lots on Es^.t Side.
25nfor a good 1^ t; 50x140, in Cox addition; ^asy tfrms.
4,000for an t-xceilent miich 15 miles from Helena, 'Zx2 miles from Placer; 160^acrer; go^Mi cri-ek flrws) through it; excellent dwelling, 12 rooms; barns and^sheds. Will . xehauge for !Mei.a pn.prrty.
$'.*^4 t*^otti hon^e n*^r n. p. da[k^t.
$l ^.*^ t r.^^^:^^, fat ni it- I'm * rtiwt.
f^4 room bo;iw. CMMMC ^'re^*H
|^^% ri .^m,far* its!..- .Muv.-idir.* ;.lm ^, ^ ^ run 1 ^v.
S ^K-roo*Ti hrick, Mxth ^^*^. *nd Dftvto.
\ViH-rr nm frfcn^- dwV. on* Mk from Helen* *t.
y-A^7-room brick. KWnff, modern Improvement**
$10H-ro ^m dwelling, f'mrk a*^*Dae, central.
t^ '^^fcoei'aot dwelling, furulebna, Lnwrenc*.
1201-2 NORTH MAIN STREET.
OnWEDNESDAY, AUG I ST 28. 1889,
AtPAYNE S CORRALS, on PARK AVENUE,
WemM s*-ll at Publi-: Auction.
6i Heid of Registered Holstein-Friesian MILCH COWS,
31Head ONE and TWO YEAR OLDS. ^^This sift,, k was imported by Geo. E. Brown ^ Co., Auiora, DLj^Wm. Koch New York; T. B Wales, Jr.. Secretary Holstein-^Friesian Association, Chicago, Ills., and others. ^^All the stock is pledged to absolute sale.
Salecommences at 10 o'clock, A. M. each day until all the^stock is s Ad.
BLIVENLIVE STOCK COMPANY,
18North Warren Str., Helen*.
LeMnnyouA Parent bare dlseolyf1^partnership. Mr. Parent had reOttedtAe^place by enlarging it. and is now reaoy^to accommodate all that call* In mmr^cuaw style._ ,_
D.C. PARENT, Prop r.
Ye Ovster Season.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
Oysters,Fish, Game and Poultry.
Tothe People of Helena and Surrounding Towns.
Webeg to inform you that August 21st we^will open the Oyster Season of 1889-90 both^in cans and bulk. Also, remember that we^are the Sole Owners. Packers and Planters of^the
ofFresh Oysters, which we obtain from our^own BEDS direct from Baltimore and New^York, which are under the supervision of our^Mr. M. D. Hayes, who has had twenty years^experience, which is a guarantee of strictly^first-class goods. Remember we ship ONLY^by EXPRESS from Baltimore and New York^direct to Helena, making the time in four^days, while our competitors ship by freight,^making a difference of from three to six days^in time.Respectfully Yours
HAYESPACKING CO., 122 Broadwav^Telephone 248.Helena, Mont,
5r. Lons Bu^MAIN STKKK1
Itis the custom 0^many Clothing Hoiij^the end of a season^take all the old okcMaj^have laid on their ehe|^the days of the ^ImiI
f)ilethem on a rounh^er them at ^'great U^Now, with us it is^At the end of a^buyer goes to niai k.'t^buys just exactly^goods he bought a I tl^ning of the season tl^one-half the amount hi^them at that time t^is now in marks t^shipi^ed us per exprt^a stock of flannel an)^shirts and undei **c^^other house in HekfMM^any season of the^not fall into that comil^of thinking that beora^are cheap they are nof^a single examination^vincejou that you^taken.
Whyis it, you auk.^ris always has moil^shirts than any othei^town. Why, simi^friend, because he sh^than all the other^Helena put together, aj^fore can alford to cai n^larger stock; also,^friend, because lie al'^riesa full stock of all^elties in th* market, at^der to do that must^getting in new goodi^press. We are now^an elegant line of ]i^fancy French tla^$2 and $2.25. and a li^beautiful silk btripe^has ever been MM in^k-t, at *2.2T^. The h^elty, however, is a^Madras shirt, rin^ Ml^terns, w~ll made, gi^not to shrink or fad*^exactly the sam^ as bi^sixty days ay.^^^^^plums ,r Pluck the|^they fall
Inthis line we absohitj^competition. Not In^equal us. We ha v.^stock an i better assor^patterns than any hi^tween Sr Paul and^Ouis are not old, si^goods, bml new, mmm^terns and the latest |^to be found in the east]^kets Hoiight from^that aeeded money ami^than 0M half of what tj^worth, we now pr^^give our customers th|^of our purchases and^the same way. We^vided them into thr.^one at 2f^c, one at 5^^c^at 7.r)c Not one of l\A^ever sold before for l|^$1, and some as Ltffl^They are piled in our^Give them a glance asj^and you will see that^business.
Ah!here is where^Here is the place thai^show two lines for t4^shown by any other^town Show'us the hi^shows two lines of la|^briggan underwear^sui , four lines both fa^white at U, and inni^lines at $1.50, $2 and^suit, and then we willj^that we are beaten. Al^weight cashmere, meru^el'^ hair and oth-rs ^h:^Bjiace and time prel^from enumerating. A^^ay is, ' Come and see^if you don't go away^supply '^f I io'l^ s foil^will be because you al^and haven't the MM^for it.
HARRISONE-PRICE CLO'^St. Louis Block, M^^HELENA, M.
K.B.^Out of towl.^will receive our best^Goods sent on approvs^part of the territory,^and rules for self meal^mailed free on applical