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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. MONDAY MOUNIN'i. DECEMBER 2 1880.
Servicesand Sermons at the First^Presbyterian Church and Ro^^man Catholic Cathedral.
TheRev T. V Moore Warns All^Sinners to Prepare for the^Day of Judgment.
Un Kuth.-r I'allHdinn ^;Itp^ * Sriwt-
bl.Ad*l^-^. on tlii^ sulO)-.-!. ^f*^^^il.^ ami ^ h^rlly.
Anable nnd intercut iiitf MM *^*^preached lunt evening Ht tue First I'resliy-^Mrian church by the pastor. Kev. T. V.^Moore. The text wiik taken from Acts 17,^30-31: ^He hnth appointed n day in M^He will judge the world by righteoinneMM^by the man whom he hath ordained.
Amongother thing*, Mr. Moor. said.^^One of the most (toleiuii facta in all our^knowledge is that Ood hath appointed u^day by winch he will judge the world in^rigbteounuesH. The text suggest* three^points, the day, the judgment and judgt-.^We niUHt not undemtand the day ana period^of twenty-four bourn. It simply meaiiH^that there is a definite time fixed by ^;^k1^when be will call the whole inhabited^world into judgment. The world is not to^goon till life IK swallowed up by death an.I^man sli'ill have become an extinct ruce.^Hcieuce KoinetimeK draws such pu-luns^and they mi'.'lit MM if God would permit^it. When it has tinislied it-* destiny God^will bring the human race to u finish, i lie^time will also come when otliei plain tx^may catch the shining of our judgment. I^rill not picture the
scenesof that u.ty.^The fullest account of it m the scriptures is^brief and simple. 1*1 us MHM that^(he object of this description is to nn^press the thought of its moral siiiniricance.^It will be no show day for us. The signifi^^cance of that day will swallow up all^thoughts. The spectacle of a great battle is^waguificeut on canvas or from a distant^point of view, but what is the^magnificence to the soldiers who may any^minute be laid dead. On that day of judg^un hi it will be sin that will appul the soul^The judgment will be a turn of adjustment^bet*.-en man and man. Such an adjustment^is necessary to vindicate God's system of^government over this world. Judgment is^a necessity to the moral government of the^universe. ^Kveryone shall give an account^of himself to Ood^ is the way the scripture^put it. We oagM ti^! to think of the day of^judgment as though it were an imposition^or prosecution. The object of the judgiin lit^will be the manifestation of truth. Nothing^will be perverted on the one hand^and nothing left out on the otln^There will be no partiality on either side^Taking our lives in their entirety the exam^mat ion will be minute. Can we render^satisfactory account even of the last wee^in its entirety '^ tin that .lav Jesus Christ^need not o|h ii his mouth but point to the^word of truth. We shall be confronted by^uo abstract law. but the incarnation in hu^man form of perfect righteousness. Christ^wan tried in all points as we are. When we^Dtuiid there before him we will be confront^^'ot by the ineffable holiness of Ood, but^^ man. This judge we must meet: this^ocouut we all must render. There will be^no escape for the account is all written in^Ood's book and we cannot hide ourselves.
Atthe ( alhedrwl.
Atthe Catholic Cathedral last evening the^spacious edifice whs tilled with a large eon^gri gallon to attend the lnuutifiil and nn^pressive v. s|k i services. The choir singing^always an entertaining feature of Catholic^services, was very good.
Theliev lather l'tdladiuo conducted Ih^services. The subject of bin short but^pointed sermon was ^Prudence and Char^Ity,^ in which he depicted the cunning and^craft of the man of to-day whose^only idea of prudence is to get^the best of his fellow maii in some^business transaction. This practic^of worldly prudence has reached such^stage that a man can rarely place any d.^pendeuoe ill anyone, even his best friend^Such being the state of affairs charitable^deeds are neglected. Man's idea of pru^deuce is mistaken. Jesus Christ was at all^limes prudent and he set the example for^all to follow. The prudence of Ood is worth^striving to follow as the worldly prudem^ih disorder and therefore a fault. This lifi^can only last a little while before the lift^that shall oonliuue forever, and it therefore^bebooves all good christ mtis to lie prudent^at* taught by the saviour, and the world will^be better for it and better fit to receive th^everlasting glory that awaits them after^this life is ended.
W.(i. liissliiiK buys ami sells all the lembnt^minimi st.s-k on the market. 0OM Kl.h'k.KToim..^Door.
S.A. Swigg.lt, of Wickes, is in town.
Hon.Granville Htuart, of Fort Maginnis^ih at the ('osmo)Mtlitau.
Thos.W. Ferry, ex-vice-president of the^United Stiib-s senate, is in the city.
A.Li Hchlosaer and wife, of White Sul^phur Springs, are at the Grand Central.
MartinDoty, who has been spending ^^Mhort vacation in Itutte. returned home yeH^lerday.
Thus.Joyes, of Moulder, J. I,. Henry hiuI^A. II. Danfortb, of Great Falls, are guests^of the Grand Central.
MorganKvans and wife, of Anaconda,are^guests of the Cosnio|silitau. Mr. KvaiiH is^the father of Anaconda.
A.H. Martin and wife, of Dillon, A. V^lirown, of Anaconda, and W. M. Itichard^^ou. of Moulder, are guests of the Mer^^chant*.
J.Orchel, of Livingston: A. 1'rader, of^Hillings; W. K. Carter, of Minneapolis; Geo^Hancock, of Fargo; Anolph I^evy, of H.ze^man, and C. Kdmiston, of Wallace, are reg^^istered at the Cosmopolitan.
W.H. Lindsay and J.st. Monesteel, of^Kapid City, James Hums, of St. l'etnr's^Mission, Julius Kult.ni. San Francisco, W.^A. Os^per and l'eter Winue, of Denver, are^among Snnday's arrivals at the (.rand Cem^tral.
W.It. Uoodimt'a Mining Stock Fxeaange Ust-^ideolly destine.! to Iss-ome the .^enter of trade in^m.ntuis mining stocks for Helena.
JOTTIXliS ABOUT fOWI.
Mrs.Daniel J. Welch is dangeroualy ill.
Thesilver anniversary of the Kt. Kev.^Hiahop Mroudel will be celebrated on the^17th inst.
Thesale of fixtures, etc., of the Criterion^restaurant by Bach. Cory A Co. was finished^on Saturday. John Worth acted as auc^^tioneer.
Theannual election of the Helena board^of trade will be held at their rooms this^evening from 7 to 10 o'oluck. The usual^officers and a board of twenty-one trustees^will be elected.
H.^ lay ^wwMMo,^Optician of Chicago, will be at the Mer^^chant's hotel this week for testing the eyes^with the Prisoplonieter, and fitting glaaaes^by the dioptric system.
Brunaea.statuetU*. puwiuea, clocks,^lamps, picture*, artificial tpiwera. ram.^^tc. ate., at Th* Her Hive.
badia,Krwl (tamer u ,rl -nut the bast^Boa evay shown m us town tor H'i.
TillliON M^l m \1n MINK
loklnc Better Than Kxrr A Meeting to^He Held To-l^^jr.
AllenMcDonnell, superintendent of the^Iron Mountain mine, is in the city, and re^^ports that there is more ore in sight at pres^^ent than was ever exi^oaed since ore was^discovered. The mine has four distinct^veins, each carrying large quantities of^shipping and concentrating ore. At present^twenty men are employed and all work is^coufincd to tuunel No. 4.This is ,'UI feet long^and at its face a winze fifty feet deep has^been sunk. A large station twenty feet high^has been cut out in the tunnel and a hoist^placed in position. To-day Mr. MelVrunell^says sinking will begin on the winze imJ^will be put down :^I0 feet. This work will^be continued during the winter when the^river will be so frozen as to prevent ore^shipping. There is about six feet of simw^on Iron Mountain. Mr. McDonnell says,and^the ore is being hauled several miles by^sh ijhs. Met ween five and six thousand^sacks of ore, running from UO to 100^ounces |ier ton, are piled up awaiting^shipment. The river is partly frozen at^pres. IM, but a thaw is exacted sisin, when^this ore will be sent to Helena. Mr. Mc^^Donnell thinks it will be the last sbipim nl^until next spring. It is very probable that^next spring a concentrator will be erected^near the mine. The railroad will run within^two miles of the mine when extended out^that way, and the company promises to^have it there next summer.
Ihe Iron Mountain company will hold a^business mm tmg to-day. On the '.'1st inst.,^the date of the regular monthly meeting,^the only stockholder who put in appearance^was Mr. Hall.
HerbertNicholson A Co. are now prepared Ui^deliver Hue ilrj wood in am quantity. Telephone^2M. Office opposite N. 1'. Inurlit de|si|.
Forliaoriiiis in crockery, glassware and lamps^no to The Hce Hive.
caughton nil comm.
Didyou ever notice,^ remarked a man^who had just left a church last evening,^^that just wh'-n the preacher Is-gins to^talk, some one will start coughing; but^that's not the worst part of it. The first^cougher has hardly finished his cough^when some one else bobs up with a cough^ami in a very few minutes it Im^^les epi^^demic and just enough coughing continues^during the sermon to greatly interfere with^the sound to all exo pt those who occupy^the front seats. 1 never could understand^this strange and disagreeable thing, but^if you will notice, you will find that nearly^every one in a church will cough and con^ttra*coughing while the preacher is lee^turing. Fremember one tune in San Jus.^this thing happened, and the pastor, realiz^ing that what he was saying did not reach^theears of half his congregation, paused^in the middle of his set inon, and remained^silent for several minutes until everything^was so quiet that the drop of a pin could b.^heard. Finally be said that when th.^coughing would cease he would pr.sjeed^The effect was that no more coughing was^heard during the rest of the lecture. Tin^just illustrates that the coughing practice is^all a habit, and a very disagreeable one. I It^course there are instances where a i^-rsoii^may have a bad cold, but such persons^should remain away until they are cured of^it.
Youboast that you have the only metro^politnu city in Montana,^ said a Untie man^yesterday.addressing a Helena man. ^\\ by,'^continued the Miltteite, ^we have telegraph^electric light and telephone wires so thick^on our main street that when it rains peopl^stand under them to keep from gelling^drenched, lief ore Uiey were put up, the^west side of Main street always received th^sunshine, but now yon can walk from tin^Lizzie block up to tiie post office and liev.^see the sun. Mut that isn't all. It is con^templated to introduce an electric mot,,^system. Then we will have more overhead^wires on both sides of the street. At tilt^present time there are no less than 1NT^^wir 's running nearly the entire length id'^one side of Main street and the |sdca of^three companies. Our liberal city council^inU riHstes no objection to this, uotwith^standing that the firemen protest against it^us well us many of our prominent citizens ^^* *
Thenwe have another thing in llutt. ih,i^you haven't got, and that is a large and^well select* .1 stiK.-k of smeller Hiuoke, which^at this tune of the year is beginning tons^scrt its right to circulate around tin- city^in the stores, opera houses, ball rooms and^any place it cares to go where it can la;^nuisance. Why, last Thursday night at the^firemen's ball the smoke was so thick in^the ball MM that a fellow could not en^circle his arms around his partner's waist^A committee of five men called on l,ei Man^tie to ask him to take steps to prevent a re^currenoe of tins nuisance, and In- promised^that lie would at once call a meeting of the^board of trade. The smelter smoke nuisance^last year brought out many ideas as to how^the smoke could be disposed of, but none of^the schemes proved aseffectual as the board^of trade meeting.
(toto The It,*' Hi\e and the beautiful life-^like picturea. The Mat tie of Waterloo and I h.^Matlii'uf 1 rafuljcar.
NflTAKVHEALS^New ones made and^ones chaUKed. C. I K^ni|,, Helena, Mont.
Afull and complete line of McLaughlin'i
ChristinasI- consisting of uauies. Mocks
andchildren'* Isxiks just opened at The He^Hive.
sL.iiluj;ill Hit- ItnmdH ater.
Theskating pond near the Hotel Mroad^water will be a very popular resort during^the winter, and many visit it now, but there^is considerable complaint as to the ice. In^stead of being sm.sith and glossy, as it^should and could be made, it is very rough^and not much better than skating on the^sidewalks of Main street. A number of^young men have called at this office request^ing that the attention of the managers be^called to the condition of the ice. If kepi^smis.th they pr.qs.se organizing a club and^have a guaranteed number who will patron^ize the iioiid regularly, that it may be inadi^un object to keep the ice in g.sal condition.
Yesterdaya very large number of peopl^went ice skating, and tue exhilurHting sport^is becoming very |s^pular.
Ii.li - Hi o.i,|m .., I'hol.i. (iallery.
Shadowand scroll cabin. Is. Haines and^children a specialty. Mall's gallery. Mroad^way, opposite Merchants hotel.
Justreceived carload I'ortlund A Swell^cutters, finest in the laud.
A.J. Daviuhoh A Co.
Pitdon't cost you anithins to drop in and In^^spect the elegant Holiday g's^l^ at ^ I ISteiti-^meti Jewelry ( ompany ^. Always a hearty wel^^come.
TheHas Hive la oueniiiK an entirely new line of^Holidays
THEMINES OF MAIDEN.
Descriptionof One of the Most Re-^markable Mineral Sections of^Montana.
AVast Area in Which Many Rich^Discoveries Have Been^Made.
OresValuable in llolh the ( Intruder slid^lluantltlea of Metal They Carry^VMM I^ i'lentjf.
noveliieafor the^presents will do^^eleetiona early.
andpurcliasers of^well Uj call and make their
K.gi^i. i.-.i Warrants.^All warrants of the city of Helena regis^^tered prior to April 1. I -- ^ will be paid on^Monday, December 2, iw, and iuterest^thereon will oeaae on that date.
CityTreasurer.^Helena, November Ufi. 1MHJ.
Apair of diamond ear drops for f _ a fine pair^for ^.*J and up at th* J. Hteiameu Jewwlry ( om-^Mfw
Plushand leather albums, toilet cam. maoi-^ure ^^aas. ^aior stands, work boxes, jewel rases,^handkerchief and (love cares, etc.. at The He*^Hive.
Almostevery mining camp in Montana^baa its great leading mine which attracts^the attention of the outside world. Marys-^ville has its Drum Lummoti. Castle its Cum^^berland, l'nrdee its Iron Mountain, I'hillips-^burg its tirauite Mountain, and Maiden Iiiih^its S|s^lted Horse.
Inyears |uist the Maginnis was the lead^^ing mine of Maiden, but the Spotted Horse,^after its ups and downs, incident to the ef^^fects of rich and poor streaks found in all^mines, has Ml for months supplying two^mills with ores rich enough to enable them^to turn out such r. suits in bullion as to give^I bis mine a place in the first rank of the^world's bonanzas. Mut the Spotted Horse^must hsik well to its laurels, lor there are^other mines at Maiden which will tread^clone upon its heels.
Mutin some respects Maiden is one of the^most remarkable uiiuing camps in the^world. Maiden is in the midst of and^claims for its mineral kingdom all the |snks^and ridges and f.^^t lulls of Hie Judith^mountains; for all of them are literally cov^^ered with vast quantities of good Moat and^must be intersected with numerous veins of^rich ores. Hundreds and hundreds of min^^ing claims have alreadv been o|s IiihI ill all^these mountains, and new discoveries are^the order of the day. Many of these dis^coveries have been so developed as t.i show^they contain vast quantities of g.sal ores.
TheJudith mountains must have been, is^now and must continue to lie, the paradise^of prospectors. In many pi ic. s he saw-^large bodies of iron ores so charged with^gold as to make them most d.si a! e flux^ing ores. He also found inaugaii scores nt^tractive in color and rich enough iu precit un^metals to render them veiv vcluable .'or^timing refractory ores. And above all Hie^valleys und gulches and mountain slopes^were strewn with fragments, great and^small, rich iu gold and silver. So abuiid^mil is the no.it from the veins of tbene^mountains that it Will be gatheied up w ith^great profit at no distant day.
Sonumerous and varied were the float^ores as to Is-wildei the pros|ss'tor in tracing^them up to the leads from which they came^liut hundreds of those leads have been dis^covered and opened and represented from^year to year to hold them till such time as a^railroad will give cheap transportation and^make I heir ores valuable
Thismining region is very large, covering^the cut ire group known as I lie Judith uioun^tains. For miles iu every direction from^Maiden^to the 1 Veld, lit. six miles west, to^Ih er creek uorth. to Cone butte and east to^Fort Maginnis. In all this vast area in^every valley on every mountain side, from^base to summit, and every foot-hill, we timl^shaft and tunnel m HMM veinsof ore, which^everywhere intersect these mountains.
Thereare three classes of veins in these^mountains, contact veins between the linn^siono and porphyry or igniiiousr.s'ksjcrevice^veins culling the highest ridges and tin^lowest valleys, and blanket veins lyiug be^^tween the rock strata.
Sofar the contact veins have been most^devebqad and have shown vast quantities^of ores in deposits somewhat irregular us^might I* ex|s cted. The crevice veins have^not appeared so large and have not^been ho much worked. Of Hie blanket^veins but little is hs yet known; those seen^had Hot been much develops*].
Theores of this mining region are very^variable iu both the characters and uuanti'^lies of the metals they carry. We find regu^lariiuurtz carrying gold mid silver, gisal^milling ores. VVc also find soft material^like mud, rich in gold, sometimes silver,^galena and carbonate of lead, copjs r^pyrites and carbonates of copper, carrying^silver and gold are abundant. There i^also various ores of iron and manganese^rich in the precious metals. These lead,^iron and manganese ores will be valuake us^fluxing ores for 11, ,.. more refractory^Limestone is found in all parts of this re^gion: so there will be no lack of limes and^fluxing ores for the furiiHitces, which shall^|smr out the precious bullion contained^the ores of tlnse thousand mines.
l'lncershave been discovered and worked^with greater or h ss success in various^gulches of the Judith mountains.
Water,an absolute necessity in all mining^operations, gushes out iu fountains on every^mount mi side and flows in never-failing^streams down everv ravine and valley to^supply that ^ t. isof Jud.th river and Dog^Arm Is, Hoi Llder and McDonald creeks^These fountains and streams were full and^flowing in the summer and fall of i-^^.^, the^drvest smi .it evi r kllo^u to the oldest pio^MB,
Forests,of pine, fir and spruce cover all^these mountains and will furnish tiuibaf in^abundance for all mining pur|sises, and fuel^win i, wood is belter than coal.
Millnature has laid up iu mineral coal^stores of fuel all around Maiden far in ex^^cess of that in all the forests of the state,for^the supply of all the future wants of ^Or^mestic and milling purposes. The supply^will be ample for this and future genera-^tioiit.. Coal beils have been discovered and^pMMd all around the Judith mountains,six^miles north, near Fort Maginnis, at tin^base of Moccasin mountains mid on the^tributaries of the Judith river. So there^will be no lack of fuel convenient to this^milling region. And it mav be that these^vims of coal so extended intd the moun^^tains, they have been coked inb^ anthracite^ready for the smeller's furnace.
Thereare two ten-stamp nulls at Maiden^now running on the ores of the Spotted^Horse. 'These nulls have concentractors^for condensing and saving the rich tailings^for the smelter. These concentrates make^large additions, as I am told, to the bullion^produced by the mills.
Arailroad is all that Maiden needs to^make it one of the most extensive and pro^ductive mining camps in Hit state,
O.C. Sw UMV,
Christmasand New Year carls iu all the labwt^novelties just ojsui.il al The !!^^^ Hi.e.
Anelegant ladle* gold watch and chain for^and upwards at the J. HteiiitueU Jewelry I one^panyV
Diseasesof^avenue and Muin street.
Dr.Doggr.^women a specialty.
Hall'st ahlneta * '. I'er DOOMS,^Cabinet photos $3 per dozen at Mall's^gallery, Helena avenue, corner Warren, on^oar line.
Ldiea should call at Frad (iamar's and^si 11 of alippera. as he is aelliuf thani at
HAI'rr Out Ot
in all suits and trouaings for thirty days^only.John H. Johmsox.
O.W. Jackson, music denier^Dinner from VJ as I it the Hon Ton.^James W. Marl, merchant tailor, Main^' street, opposite tuai .National hank.
Goeast via the Montana Central and^I Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to Ht. I'sul and the east.^'Through traina leave Helena daily at 1135^a. m.
Thespider and Kly^ To-night Seven^line Attractions t'omlng.^The engagement of the Hyers sisters was^concluded on Saturday night to a crowded^houae. The programme was rendered in^very pleasing manner to a delighted audi^ence. Several new songs lntr.Hluced were^received with uproarious applause. The^Hyers sisters and company fully deserve the^success of their engagement in this city
Spiderand Fly.^The above spectacular attraction will be^presented al the opera house this and to^morrow evenings. 'The sale of seats iudi^cales a packed house for the first perform^mice. An exchange speaks of il as follows^It is not a medley Isgged, lsirrowtil or^stolen from the popular mjmmt of the day^but every bar of it has Ihs ii written .^spec^ially for the ^Spider and Fly.^ It has more^than a dozen airs which arc bright and^catchy, but I he ones which are likely to be^conic lasting favorite*are ^A F'airy Slory.'^a duel sung bv Hilda Thomas and Hessi.^Cleveland: ^A Cash tlirl,^ chorus, with^quick cash, cash ending: a clever topical^song, ^Il Might He Wors, .' and a duct^PauiuM MiriaM and Boasts Cleveland.en^t n led ^That's Her Idea.^ A gymnasium^chorus and a railroad chorus also promise^In be musical novelties
OnWednesday evening Mr. Joseph Oris^iner aud Miss l'lnebe Dawes and an excel^b ill company will begin an engagement of^four nights at the opera house. The Tigress^will be the openiug attraction. Concerning^it the San Francisco Hcport says:
TheTigress^ receivis! the attention of^large and critical uudieiice. The present^acting version follows the Issik pretty^closely. Mr. Orismer personally., with^strong and fairly Htistaimsl accent, the llal^inn adventurer, whom he makes an impress^ive character, very like the polished rascal^(lescrils'd in the Issik. Miss^l'h.els' Davies, as the deceived^aud abandoned flower girl of tin^prologue and the governess of the play, has^a role in which her best qualities find sco|s'^and ill some of the scenes with Stella shows^remarkable jsiw.-r and intensity. Misslsa^ladle Archer, who plays the ^Tigress,^^comes near in appearance and manner to^the ^willowy blonde^ of the novel.
M.Kee IC.inklng I; ml, in Coming.
1his famous actol will be seen in a new^play, the ^Hunaway Wile.^ at Ming's o|m'ra^I.oust, on iii-nI Mond i\ ami Tliursduv evi n^ings. Miss Nellie licit, the handsome and^accomplished leading lady, and a fine com^pinv will assist Mr. Hankin in the rendition^of the play. Large BtMttOMM will doubtless^be present on both ^ veilings.
Foruseful ami ornamental hmbMs. for all at^extremely low prices, call at the J. Steuuuet/^Jewelry Coni|^auy's.
BULLam' BIAB i nhin.
tl.o.e Mutch Arranged llclwcen a Itas^-' ii' Unite un.I an KnglWh I'riueesH.
Loudonis amazed and expectant at the^stalenieiiltli.it the much betrothed tirand^Daks Nicholas, cat.out/ of HiiBhia, is^successful suitor for the hand of I rineess^Maud of Wales; thai the engagement will^In formally announced almost immediately^and most singular of all, in view of the r.^cent re|s^rts of the czarowitz's preference^for Princess Margaret of Prussia, that be is^actually up to his eyes in love with th.^young lady. To what exteul this report is^worthy of credence cannot, of course, be de^teriuined ill this lime, but it is |s'ruiisHihl^to say thai uo more desirable alliance for^.-it I ii-r parly could be made. However it^may be regarded in liussiu, it would be cer^tain of |sijoilar approval in 1/indoii. When^it was announced and generally believed in^England that the czarowitl wiih about to^become Hie husband of Prima.ss Margaret^of Prussia. Germans were almost uhani^moils in denying Hie report, and evidenced^marked eagerness in coupling the name of^the heir to the Hussian tk*UM with^Princess Helena of Montenegro,^though with no apparent justification and^manifest I y to resent the iqienly displayed^friendship of the czat for that lady's father.^If it be tin, that Hnssia and Kngland an^again to be allied by ties of marriage it^will afford a degree of gt at ifietil loll lo every^true Union to Is- able to believe implicitly^in Hie clause of the report crediting Hi.^czarowitz with regarding PrinceHS Maud^with feelings of affection, a sentiment^rarely experienced by either of the contract^ing parties to a royal marriage iu them^days, at least before I be ceremony. Indeed^It is asserted that Hie marriage of the
iuiiiceof Wales lo Princess Alexandra of^iemiiark was the last loM match recorded^iu the hymeneal annuls of royalty.
CLAIMBO RIB L0HT BON,
A t liii.e... Motto i
WUka Kind I.
Kinds Iter Lost
Alanda year ago a little, golden haired^Isiy, about ten years old, was arrested and^taken before Chief of Police W.ssl, of^Louisville, Ky.,charged with vagrancy. H^gave bis name as Michael Mankossky, and^said he bad run away from Ins home in^Chicago, No information concarmng Hie^little fellow could be hail from the city,^however, so the boy remained about the^streets of Liuisvillc until be was adopted^by Dr. Hrzozowski, a phvsician. The boy^was bright, and soon gained a bold on lbs^hearts of bis foster parents. The other^morning a carriage drove up in front of the^d.s'tor's residence on Jackson street and n^handsomely dressed woman got out and^rang the bell. Michael Mankossky ran to^o|s-n the door and fell into his mother's^arms. The d^s^tor was sent for and the^mother told him that she had come to claim^her boy. Dr. Hrzozowski gave htm up with^great reluctance and the boy la-ggeil to be^allowed tu remain with his adopted father,^but Mrs. Mankosiky would not consent.^The Maukosskys are said to be well-to-do^|Ni.plc. 'The boy had disappeared als.ut a^year ago and no tract- of him could be had.
25PER CI. DISCOUNT
INPLBBH AND LEATHER
CJ1SES.W. H. BAKER ^ CO.,
XiiiiisQoodl that arc Hand-^some and Very UmKL
ForLadii's and GfenttaMk
EmbroideredVests.^Full Dren Vest.s,
ManicureSet.s,^Collar* Ctff Boxes,^Umbrellai I Cues.
DirectImportations of Japa^^nese Silk Handkerchiefs, Em^^broidered Initials, Fancy Bor^^ders^Choice Goods.
200dozen Choice ChristmaB^Ties Just Received, in all the^New Styles and Shades.
ElegantEmbroidered Brocade^Satins and Fancy Silks for the^Holidays.
OfAll Kinds for Both Ladies^and Gentlemen. Select your^goods early. We will lay them^away until Christmas.
ITWILL PAY YOU TO VISIT
TheBest opportunity ever Offered in Helena to PurchaM a Pine, Well-Built, Warw
WithinTen Minutes Walk of Main Street, only 13,000.
$100Cash, and $40 Per Month Until Paid For.
ASmall Family oould live on lower floor and rent the upper floor. The houaa^is ao built that partiea living on upper floor would have separate front and rs*r^entriuioee, and separate sheds and outhouses. The offer open for TEN I)ATI^ONLY. Enquire of
Koom7, First National Bank Bmldiag.
Canall suit themselves with Stylish, Well Fitting Clothe* of Good Material al^Reasonable Pnoes, from our Heady Made Clothing Department
WeMake a Point of Insisting Upon the Distinction Between^CHEAP CLOTHING AND CLOTHING CHEAP!
Wehave Correct Clothing for all Men, Boys and Children, suitable for all oooa*^^ions and occupations. Our New Stock is all Bright, Clean and^Fresh, and at Prices you Cannot Reaist.
HO E |H O U ^8 E
ofthe City is located next door to the Kirst National Bank.
J.P. WOOLMAN ^.C0.,
Whohandle all the Latest Novelties in FASHIONABLE FINE FOOTWBAB,^tlio KincHt assortment of Slipper* ami Ties ever ehown in the west, are also ageotB
forJOHNSTON A MURPHY'S KINK FOOTWEAR.
NEXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
TheMost Desirable Property^in this Growing City is now^Offered to those Desiring Quick^Returns on Money Invested.
Lotscan now be purchased^that will yioldlnvostors
ROOMSG AND 7,
ASHBYBLOCK. HELENA MONT
Wholesaleand Retail Druggists,
HaveRemoved to the
Iam Closing out the stock of the I. X. E. BAZAR at figures much
ABin Opportunity ItNowOffafwl to pun-ham Dry Goods, Rub^^ber Clothing, Oaote'Furniahinc Ooods; Boots, Shoes, etc., at ttg-^^^ nevtT Ix-furi^ offarad iii EMmul Improve this Golden Oppor-
lloii't f,.r,r#,t tli.. nlil utiirnl .in
tunity. Don't forget tlM Htutnl M
Tkiibeing the season when OVERCOATS arc In demand We would call^Your Attention to the fact that the
ilthrowing out Greater Inducements than any other house in the city;^not only in Overcoats, hut also in Clothing ami (Jents' FurnishingOoods.^Space floes not permit our Mentioning ^II our Bargains, t all ami see uh.^JSVV ^ KLIAS,MAIN STUKIOT.
CallBefore the Assortment is Broken.
POWLES' CASH STORE!
TheLeading Millinery and Fancy G(xxls House in Montan