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HTTHWTH I UU I1! A M 'Vl1: II l !LI!N A. I T I!s^1^A Y mok.vin^. dkckmheh s l^Si).
TheSmelters Have Resumed and^There Is Plenty of Concentrates^and Dry Ores.
TheFires Believed to Be Out and^the Mines to Be Opened^Saturday
Al^r^ diction a* to What the Cr af
Twoof the BsMM Will
iho Anaconda compmn t .^ resumed^e. iitions, u supply of co.il having been re-^^n.ed. and work will continue uh Iour a*^the ruilroad company aopplii-a coal. There^is mitnrient concent riiteajon hand at the Cp^per work* to last forty daya, aud enough ore^Mil be extracted from the Chamlarn ayndi-^oate luineH to keep the furnacea Koiun for an^indefinite period. The working force at^Ibemj ruineH ban been increaaed. The n |mrtN^tbitt dogn have Ix-en aent down into the Ana-^^unda aud St. Lawreiioe mine* ia not true,^but Superintendent Carroll has four ikji^which Infill let down one nt I time, lad it^they conilni.H'k Bitot nfti-r liiing there oik^day the mine* will lie o|h lied on Friday or^Saturday next, aud the first man to deacend^the Hhiift will be Michael Carroll, the efli-^oient nu)^erintendeut. who would not permit^^ iinin to go where he would not go himself.^There ia no truth m the Htn.teme.ut that the^Union Pacific is in coIIuhioii with the^lake producera to interfere with the Ana-^oonda company in its work of turning out^oopper. 1 Ins is the exact Htate of affairs^with the company and it is predicted b\^Some that when the four Ixaliea are t .k. |^out of the Anaconda nnne. there will be^two whose reiuaina will not be identified^and the question will lx-. who are tin ^ '-
Aquorutu oould not be secured yesterday^4t thu meeting of the director* of the Iroii^Mountain milling company, but or^^der* were given for the purchase^of a new boiler, two llurleiu'h drill* and a^pump. Water waa struck in the winze of^i'o i }jo. 4. If possible regular ore ship^insula will be made during the winter u* it^is believed the river will frei-za hard enough^to bear the weight of sleighs. The Iron^Mountain ia now 1 Miked upon as a ureal^mine, and it surely has an unbeaten record.
Workcontinue* on the 0, 11. ^ N. and a^^mall but rich Htreak of ore is being opened^mp.
(ieneralManager Allen, of the Knot Helena^^melter, report* that the smelter is daily^turning out all the bullion that four far^^ace* can produce, that there ib no lack of^ore and new Hhipnients are In mg daily re-^oeived.
W.ti. (i'HsihiK liuys and .ells all the laadirur^miniiiK st(H^k on the market, tiohl Hlock.Krouiid^tour. _
W.(I. GoodimfK Minim.' Mask Kxi'li.. irfe is ev^^idently desthnsl to nseomt tla tat of trade in
ontanamining stocks fur Helena.
Thsfollowing business was transacted in^tk* district court yestsrdav:
4,950 Na|ioleoii Salvail v*. Newman^Campbell et all motion to quaah numinous^and writ of attachment sunt lined.
Inthe matter of the contested eli etion of^Albert Frioe v*. L. L. Lush: court found^thut the certificate wa* properly issued to^defendant and that he wa* properly entitled^to the office of justice of the peace,
4.612Creamery Package Manufacturing^Qompauy v* Hach, (^orv A (Jo.; dismissed a*^per stipulation on trial.
4,h7^Sarah K. Spoiling v*. Kdward Jor^^dan; default of defendant entered.
4.H4!tand 4,yiS^Morris Hrown vs. Masked^Mercantile Co., and Straus* vs. BUM) dis^missed with cost*.
4.781Kamley vs. Davis: demurrer of de^^fendant to complaint submitted to court^without argument.
4.HM Masseua Hullard vs. Feerlea* Min^^ing Co. default entered and judgment^granted for $.r^.'J.r^.r^.
4,'.tUi^ liorsman va. Cleary; demurrer^overruled aud defendant ha* ten days to^answer.
4,H1I^Joseph Dupoia vs. Adelig Dupois^default entered and decree of divorce
4,H^1^Cniou Mercantile Co. vs. Strobel^demurrer overruled; ten days to aniwer.
4.7H7Spencer vs. Quirk: on demurrer to^complaint, argued by counsel and taken^under advisement.
Mateof Montana vs. A. C. Burton; plead^not guilty to charge of burglary. Trial set^for December 4.
Statevs. James Kolnnsoii; plead not^guilty to grand larceny. Set for Dei em^ber 4.
Statevs. Allen Lewis: burglary: plead not^guilty. Trial set for December 4.
Statevs. James Dol.ni; information for^assault with intent to commit rape; demur^rer tiled.
Thefollowing marriage license* were^issued: 11. K. Oram and Mrs. Lucy Cofer of^Helm,i. and C. It. Scutnit and Anus I.^Gruing of Helena.
HoleThe llee Hive and see the lieautiflll life^^like liirtlires. The H i^ !'^ of Waterloo and Tho^Battle of Trafalgar.
NOTAKYHKALH New ones made aud old^oues mSttt 1 ^ K- Kemp. Helena. .Mont.
Afull and complete Hue of MclAuvhliu^Christina* goods, eousistiujr of iniiiw, hloi'k*^and children'* hooks just ola-niftl at The llee^Hue.
Thefirst annual convention of the Mon^^tana state teachers' association will be held^at Dillon December It! to 1P^ inclusive. Mrs.^M. S. Cummin* of this city 1* the president^of the association. Arrangement* have^been made at Dillon for the free entertain^^ment of all teachers in attendance, and it^is expected that teachers from all parts of^the state will be there. The railroad com-^panic* have been requested to give lower^rates to those desiring to attend. A notice^of the reduction, if granted, will be given^later. The programme!, will be rimiyfoi^distribution by Dec. K. Further informa^^tion of the convention may he secured from^Mis* M. K. Hawk, chairman of the execn^tive committee. Dillon. It is hoped Hint^all the teachers of Montana will be preautit^to make the tir*t teacher*' convention a^great succes*.
NineteenI.I.e. l oll hy HlllpMrrik l^l-n.
trousstorm* In China.
HerbertNicholson ^ Co. are now prepared to^deliver line ilry wissl in any quantity. Telephone^Ui. Office opposite N. I', freight depot.
Forharg-aiua in I rocker;, glassware and lamp*^^o to The Hw Hive.
A C Sociable.
Theladies of Grand street Methodist^church will give a ^C^ sooiable in the base^^ment of the church Wednesday evening of^this week. The bill of fare will be full and^very unique. During the day there will lie^^ sale of many fancy and useful articles^made by the Aid society. FutronHge will^be greatly appreciated by the members of^the society.
Jacksonstreet, some time Saturduy night.^The only loss was a pane of glass, which^was broken by the burglars in order to raise^the catch on the window.
Justreceived carload Portland A 8well
outters,finest in the laud.
a.J. Daviusom * Co.
Itill - Broadway I'lioto. (lallery.^Shadow and scroll cabinets. liable* and^children a specialty. Hall's gallery, Hroad^way, opposite Merchants hotel.
ANaaall Then.^Thieve* broke into the wood aud coal^oftloe uext door to Kossner's music store, oa
m:\TiiOf MKS. WKIA'H.
AnKalluiaMr I .ad * Paser. Away, leaving^a Large Family.
Oneof the saddest deaths that has oc-^ourred in Helena was that of Mrs. Mary^Alice Welch, who passed away at 11 o'clock^Sunday night after a period of intense suf^^fering, due to I lump or tumor in the throat,^which has been growing for over three years^and finally caused sutTiK-atlon.' She haves^aix children, ranging from 'J to 11 years of^age. and on Saturday morning gave birth to^a daughter. For several weeks she had la-en^unable to lie down. Sunday morning her^condition was dangerous aud the filling in^t n throat was such that the best medical^aid could rot relieve her suffiK'atiug agouv.^Kind friends remained with her constantly^during her la*t hours, several sist rs of^charity rendered every assistance and the^(' .thoiic priest administered the last sacra^^ment*. The announcement of her death^caused a shock among a large circle^of friends, and expressions of deep sym^^pathy were tendered her devoted husband,^Daniel J. Welch, who is nearly distracted^over the loss of his la-loved wife and mother^of hi* six young children. Her d. ath is in-^deed a sad one, and ha* spread a riOQM^over the household which has been a happy^one for eighteen years.
Mrs.Welch wus'the daughter of Mr. and^Mrs. James H. Brown, of Deer Lodge. She^was born in Circe. Ark., Oct. 1:1. IHM, aud^arrived in Montana with her parents when^but !l years of age. in 1*70 she went to sto^^ut asee for a veur and in 1M71 she returned^to MoutaiiH.'und on Oct. l.*^ of that ya.ir she^wa* married to Daniel J. Welch. She was^a woman of man) amiable and endearing^qualities and noted for her many deeds ot^Oharity. She was a noble woman, devoted^wife and fond mother. She was known and^admired throughout the territory, having^|. -1.led in Doer Lodge, Missoula, Huttu and^Helena. The remains will be taken to Deer^I. ^i ^ for interment on the 7:4o a. in. train^and will be accompanied bv friends of the^family.
Foruseful snd oruameutal presents for all at^extremely low prices, call at the .1. Steiniuel/^Jewelry Company'*.
FrankK. Corbett, city attorney of Butte,^is at the Broadwater.
Dr.J. .1. Buckley, Northern Pacific physi^^cian, arrived from Missoulu yesterday.
Mrs.8. Harvey, of Anaconda, and Mr*.^F. K. Stone, of Butte, are guest* of the Mer^chants.
H.K. Ho*^, of the Crow agency, and A.^W. Raymond, of Hnaiklyn, N. T^ are at the^Merchant*.
H.M. Cormack, who left Helena recently^to tuke ^ position in P. P.Shelby'* otiice.^ha* returned.
Jas.M. Largent, of Cascade, J. H. Para^^dise, ol Boulder. K. 1.. Perkins, of Sievens-^v.lle, and K. A. Crane, of Newark. N. J., are^at the Merchants.
Amongthe hits urrivals at the Hotel^Broadwater are F. S. Nichols. Philadelphia,^l.ee Mantle, Butte. 0, Berg. St. Paul, audF.^S. Earl. New York.
PhilSolitnitz, formerly pmpriitor of the^Montana l'reic Presse, is now ill Salt Lake^City running the I'tah Freie Pre**e at Hi^west L'nd South stre. t
ThomasM. Park and James Hall, of BoSt^^maa, K. II. Moots, of Orauite. John M.^Sliopp, Missoula, and Frank Dutl'ey, of Jay^Oould, are at the Co*mo|K^litan.
C.O. Ziegerfuss, formerly editor of the^Butte Miner, i* now Washington corres^^pondent of the San Francisco fcUaininer. He^i* now on hi* way to WiiHliingUm to atteud^the prexont session of congress.
TheIstsJUsi of II. M. Jam* and li. P.^Cotiklm arrived in Helena Sunday from^Kingman,Kan..on Northern Pacific train No.^1. The party, including servants, numbered^tifteeu, and they have gone to housekeeping.
Babcock,the hatter, has returned from^Spokane Falls, where In sp. nt several days^haikiug around with a view to opening^another branch store. He intend* to open^there next spring with a stock of hats,^furnishing goods and furs.
CityTicket Agent Miller, of the Northern^Pacific, wore an unusually bland smile yes^^terday. He had just sold eight t hrough tick^ets to New York and on to Liverptsd, alao^^ me to Louis DisUsi, pSSSBBMf for Hartford^Conn., vml three to Switzerland.
T.W. Murphv, the attorney of c .^has gone to Spokane Fall* to a*si*t Thomas^C. Griffiths in defending Mr*. Skeels, who^murdered her husband, Charles W. Skeels,^in that city last spring, the sensational cir^^cumstances of the case being still fre*h in^the public mind. The triul will oomuience^Home time next week.
F.D. Merrill, formerly proprietor of the^Triangle drug store hear the depot, lias re^turned from Livington where lie met his^fate in the ih-isoii of Mis* Nellie Mclnery^to whom he wa* married last Wedne*dav.^T he bride has been one of the belle* of Liv^ingstoii and is a winsome young lady who^will gladden Mr. Merrill's new home on llil^lings street, where they have gone to hoiise^keeping.
MaxHehrns wa* plesHed to run aero**^Mi** Bessie Cleveland yesterday, who was a^m ar neighbor of Ins in Chicago and whom^he had not seen in Several years. Ml**^Cleveland, who i* leading lady in the^^Spider and Fly^* company, l* accompanied^by her mother during her engagement, aud^both are guests of the (iraiel Cei t d. She^v...* formerly with the McCaul Op a com^puny, aud proved the star ol t canon^last evening.
II.Clay I ^er-,i,e,^Optician of Chicago, will be at the Mer^chant's hotel this week for testiug the eye*^with tin- Prisoplometer, and fitting glasses^by the dioptric system,
Bronzes,statuett**,^ires, artihi^etc., etc.. at The ll^s- Hive,
plaques,clocks,^lanqie, pictures, artificial tiowers,
fancyriis. - busts,
JOTTIM.S ABOUT TOWN.
Nocharge ia made for skat.ng at the^Broadwater pond.
Theplunge bath at the Broadwater hotel^will be closed from Tuesday morning to^W ednesday noon.
(lashPatent No. L'.l.VJ. issued to Fred T.^Oolver of Fergus county was received at the^laud otlicc yesterday.
Theannual election of the board of trade^whs not well attended l ist evening, aud^further action was po*t|m^ued until Satur^^day.
OnThursday evening. Dec. ML the young^people of the^ Congregational church will^give an entaiuineut ui liehalf of the parson^^age fund.
JosephHilger, Nic Hilger, Paul Adams,^John Cook, Minun- Kuuge, of Helena, and^I le.s J. Smith and (ieo. Holliug.of Uuders-^burg. are among the latest students who^joined the Knglehorn Helena Business Col^^lege yesterday.
LouisDeLestry received uews Sunday of^the death of his twin sister, ber husband^and infant daughter, who lost their lives in^the British channel off Brighton Beach by^the capsizing of a pleasure yacht. 'There^were nine people in the party und only two^were saved. Mr. DeLeatry waa greatly^shocked by the news.
THEYV^ ERE DISCHARGED.
ANumber uf Vagranry (iiargea that Old
InJudge Sanders' court yesterday there^were severnl young men Isffore his honor^on a charge of vagrancy, a jury trial was^had and the men were discharged. Only^one case was tried of a young man who is a^property owner in this city, but follows^gambling a* his occupation. During the^last election he was appointed by the demo^^crat* in the second precinct of the First^ward to see that the republicans did not run^in any llh-g.H vote*. He was ousted once,^but the county attorney decided that^he had a right to Is- there. He claims^that his arrest was the result of spite^and also says that the sergeant positively^refused to permit him to secure bail. He^waa thrown in a cell und after being in^there three hours one of his friends wss run^in on a similar charge. 'The man had over^tflOO in his p.k-ket and a deposit check for^* *^' on the I-list National Bank. He gave^the sergeant ft'sl for their release, and after^an expensive trial yesterdsy, which the city^will have to bear, the men were discharged.
Itdon't cost you amihm* to drop in and In-^S|^s t the elegit Holnlay s'^^l^ at the J. Mtein-^mets Jewelry Company s. Always a hearty wsj-
a^The Use Hive is oueuinii an enuraly new line of^novelties for the Holidays, and pureliawrs of^presents will do well Ui call and make their^selm tioos wljr.
Allwarrants of the city of Helens regis^^tered prior to April I, I*.*:!, will be paid on^Monday. December -. 1SI*,I, and interest^thereon will ce .se on that date.
CityTreasurer.^Helena, November :ti. l**!l.
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Apair of ilianinn-l mt stfp|N for ^; a tint- i^air^for j* anil up at tM J. Su inmctz Jewelry ( HsV^|-an^ V.
Ai.ie.u Ainllenee lo Nee i he sp Ider and^i l^ i toning Atlruetlons.^The biggest audience of the seas n was^pn-sent at Ming's o|s-ra house last evening^to witness the performance of the Spider^and Fly. It was a gorgeous production.^The plot amounts to nothing more than a^vehicle for the introduction of a variety of^clever songs, graceful dances, pretty cos^^tume* and several excellent specialties.^The Is-st work of the evening was done by^the pautoiuiiie clowns, the Dare Brothers.^Their acts contained ifnoue of the old tine^clictitnutty features that brought piuitomine^work into uti|Kipularity. It would be ditli-^cult to imagine a more refined aud amua^inK gymnastic performance than^11n lr horizontal bar acts in^the second act. The other^features ol the evening were of unusual ex^SsUsttSS, notably the terpischon an specialty^ot Mons OreNte and Mile. Durst. Their^dancing poHscssed not only an airy grace,^bSn it continued many original parts. It^was one of the cleverest things on the pro^^gramme and would have Ihh-ii much more^effective if the musician* had understood^their music. The mugiug of Mi** Hilda^Thomas caught |h^pular favor and she wa*^recalled again aud again. She ha* a sweet^melodious voice, something that is not^often found in an entertainment that ap^^peals so largely to the eye for approval.^Miss Bessie Cleveland as Progress, queen^of the fairies, possesses not only beauty of^form and face, but is a pie -sing actress and^sineer. 'The other SMaVDSM of the cast^wa re capable |*^ople. A matinee will be^held this afternoon and the engagement^will be finished this evening.
Thel-rlsmrr- DswtsS Coiiipaui.
To-morrowevening Mr. Joseph (irismer^and Mi** Pi. . Davies, with an excellent
company,willn a brief season at Ming's
operahouse. The Tigress will be the open-^inK attraction. Concerning this the San^Francisco Music and Drama says:
The(irismer production of 'T'he 'Tigress.^^a dramatization by llainsey Morris from^his own novel, ^Crucify Her,^ during tin-^week at the Bush, has met with the success^it deserved. There are many things in^^The Tigress^ which bring up recollection*^of Mrs. Langtry'* ^As In a I/ookmg Olus*;^^but if a compariHon of he two plays is care^^fully uiHilo Mr. (irisnn r's purchase is found^to be much better of the two, it being^stronger in its acting, and all of the best^points arc brought out at the right time and^place. It is n play that will interest aud^please the large ui ihs of tlieater-g.s rs. Mr.^(irismer and his entire company may Is-^complimented on the way the drama is nan^died. They work in harmony without a^noticeable intch, and carry out their indi^^vidual imrts very satisfactorily. Mis* Davss^a* the (lower girl and afterward* governess,^is to be commend, d on her good dramatic^work.
sMUsBsstrts^On Monday and Tuesday evening* MuKee^Kuhkih and company will appear in a new^play, The Itunaway Wife. It i* a tale of^domestic life well adapted to the dramatic^talents of Mr. McKee Bankin and Lie^charming leading lady. Mis* Nellie Best.
Plushand leather album*, toilet eiww. mani^cure eases, islor stands, work b,ix**s, jewel case*^hai dkerchief and glove cases, etc., at The lie*^Sive.
a ^ ^
Tryour best patent flour, the best in the^market, und Whittiker Star hams, at
Johni. Mi upht A. Co.'g.
Buy^our i hrMina- presents nt 'The Bee Hive.^They can suit the young und old.
Sterlingsilver and plated wsn- at nrices never^kwnweqsotad Is Montana at the J. HUiiiiineix^Jewelry Oeaapaiiy'a,
VIin e o. Follow.^The Montana (rramte company, Win.^Harrison, proprietor, queried a block of^grnuite Saturday last measuring SM cubic^feet, weighing 2*.H tons. This quarry is^just beginning to ^open up.
Therewill be a meeting of the Ladies'^Heliet committee next Thursday morning at^11 o'clock, at the residence of Mr*, ('has.^Humley, corner Sixth avenue and Kodney^street.
ByOrder of the President^Mu*. B. K. Fihk. Secretary.
Chr.sttnnsand New Year cards in all the latest^novelties just ojs-netl ai 'The llee Hive.
Anchwant ladies gold watch and ehain for *J'.^and upwards at tin- J. Steinineti Jewelry Com^^pany's,
Dis.uses of women a specialty. Sixth^avenue mid Main street.
iuii's^ sMassj * ' Ns ^tasss.
Cabinetphotos $3 per dozen at Ball's^gallery, Helena avenue, corner Warren, on^oar line.
Tidiesshould csll at Frod darner'^ and K^t a^pair of rlippera. as he ia selling them at a very^low tig-ore. _
L*die,Frail (tamer i- - T j Hi^ Istst draaa^boe am ahowL ic r e ti.vc ^ n
SSIVr Cent DtSSSMMk^On all suits and trousings for thirty days^osly.IsM H. JoHseoH.
PopeA O'Connor have removed their^stock of drugs ^and aaaayer's material to the^elegant atore-room in the Bailey block,^where they will have more room to attend^to the wants of their cuatomera and the re- 1
qnirementaof their increasing trade. Hive^tin m a call in their new store.
O.W. Jackaou, music dealer.
Dinnerfrom 1.' to 5 at the Hon Ton.
JameaW. Barker, merchant tailor, Main^street, opposite First National Sank.
Qoeast via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to 8t. Paul and tlu^ east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at 11 \3t^^s. m.
IIKLHXAAVHM H !
OneHIiH-k ilistant fnuti Kiwli for
OnLiv ng*t^ui street, two Hl^H-ks frtsxi
40FEET CORNER^On (^hauoer, near Hrmulway, for
50FEET CORNER^In the Broadwater Addition for
E.S. FRENCH ^ CO,
FORTHE BALANCE OF
WK A B E^CLOSING OUT
andhave some great BARGaM
W.H. BAKER ^ CO.,
OoTDSfMain street and Siith Iveiiue.
* School ot Ihorou.h Practical Butlnaat^1 raining.
SwaUsSfins. Arithmeth NSJBSSsMlh Bank^luir. HiisIuhhh and 1^ ^! hm-ms, Tel^-*rraphy, Per^respDiiileuuM. Stolling and all the Knglisl^Hraui'iii*.
I'ernliiriiioi^t-rs|^hv llv Mall.
AKiili OafM nt RxSStJSSSSi aSSjkHSj Paj^and Kveiiinv rW-i...D.. Kur I'arth-ulart Ilea^^HsalSSal blm-ahir ^ nr Aililrew
HI KMUIJCHIIIIN, A. M..
Prinel|,nJand l'rn|iristor,^Helena v ^.,
Isnier'sWaskL) hivs well a^aMWWa alaga^ss the taadiss IllnSfSlad sesasspar is Aiihth k.
Ihe fainiew uf ii- nllturial SHBSMM* OS eiim-nt^isilitiex ha- earned fur it tls- rw-i'-et aiul ronfi-
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lU'rnittafiri**hI 11 hi Id I - ^ .1. u- h^ I ^*^t * *Hi^^^*^Moiic- Order or Itnift, to itvoiil rhaiKf of Ihhm,
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XmasOoodl that an* Iland-^mmt and Verv UlflffcL
ForLadies and GrCOtlOMII.
EmbroideredVesta,^Full Dress Vesta,^Travel iiijj; ( asps.
Inilirellas I CaieS.
DirectImportations of Japa^^nese Silk Handkerchiefs, Em^^broidered Initials, Fancy Bor^^ders^Choice Goods.
200dozen Choice Christmas^Ties Just Received, in all the^New Stylos 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
otths City is Located next door to the First National Bank.
J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO.,
Win.hawatSa all the. L^t^et Novelties in FASHIONABLE FINE FOOTWEA*.^the Finest assortment of Slippers and Ties ever shown in the west, are also t
forJOHNSTON A MURPHvS FINE FOOTWEAR.
NEXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
ThsBsst opportunity svsr Offered in Helena to Purchase a Fine, Well-BaiH, Wi
WithinTen Minutes Wnlk of Main Street, only 13,000.
$100Cash, and $40 Per Month Until Paid For.
ASmall Family eould live on lower floor and rent the upper floor. The hemes^is m^ built thut parties liriiitf on upper fliNir would have separate front an^l rear^ent riuioes, and sepuruto sheds and outhouses. The offer open for TEN DATS^ON1-V. Enquire of
itoom7, First National Bank Building.
Canall suit themselves with Stylish, Wsll Fitting Clothes of Good Material at^Reasonabk* l*riees, from our Ready Made Clothing Department
E-25JCI3STO-JL. POINT Z
WeMake a Point of Insisting Upon the Distinction Between^CHEAP CLOTHINO AND CLOTHING CHEAP !
Wehave Correct Clothing for all Men, Boys and Childsea, suitabls for ail^sioos and occupations Onr Nsw Stock is all Bright, Clean and^Fresh, and at Prioes yos Cannot Resist.^OAKS A KLEIN,HELENA, MONTANA.
TheMost Desirable Property^in this Growing City is now^Offered to those DeHiring Quick^Returns on Money Invested.
Lotscan now bo purchased^that will yieldlnvestors
ROOMS6 AND 7,
ashnvBLOCK, rUELBNA, Mon t
Wholesaleand Retail DnigprstS,
HaveRemoved to the
1am Closing out the stork of the L X. L BA/.AR at figures much
ABars Opportunity blfowOffsNd t.i purchase Dry (roods. Rub^^ber ClotIiihk, Owtto' Farnieltiiig Qoods; Boote, Khoes, etc., at Hg-^ures iitiv^^r baton offered in Relet!*. Improve this Golden Opjx^r-^tunity Don't foiget the old hIiiihI on
Thisbeing the season irheo OVERCOATS air In demand We would call^Vow Attention t^^ tin Tact thai the
isthrowing out greater [ndneementl than any other house in the city;^not only in Overeoat-s. Imt also in Clothing and Qentft' Worn falling (ioods.^Space does not permit our mentioning: all our Bargains. Call and see If.
LEVYA KIJAS,MA I N STRKKT.
CallBefore the Assortment is Broken.
FOWLES' CASH STORE!
TheLeading Millinery and Fancy Goods House in Montana.