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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! UKLKNA. TUEsHAiT MOl'MX DKCKMHKK 10 1880.
Kelly,the Burglar, Returned to His^Former Home to Remain Four^Years.
TheTrlai of Officer Quintin in^Judge Woodman b Court^Yesterday
Alining Man Arr^-^iw^ on llir Clutrgr of^For^^T) Yarl^^ll^ Minor INilirr
.Iom.Kelly, alum .!.^-. Kick, plmid guilty^of titrinpted burnlury MM Judi-e Hunt^ami whh tunU-nced tu four vcurs' iiuprmmi^mi ni in thf penitentiary. 1 hm in the crini-^iubI who liiKt mouth wan releiiaed from the^penitentiary nnd upon ui^ arrival in Helena^mt MM proceeded to limim hn uknm- Hut^atti m^cd ImrKlnry Ht thr Ward modem*,^where he attempted to apply cliloroforni or^ethir to two young women, are otill tr.-ith^in the public mind. Nieimtu. Kelly* part^^ner, will Htaud trial.
OMWi1 (Jiltullli - 0m*
Ikfort JuKtioe Woodman yeaterday tin
Maial officer Mmm gin-nun, MMpi i^y
Swab,the pugiliBt, with unprovoked hn-^mhiiU. waa heard. Atturiuy Nolan pro^c-^ouunl and Mr. Ballict app an d for gucntin.^The evidence adduced allowed that Searn^wan not only under the inlliieuce of liquol^bunday niKUt. DM^ 1, hut thai lie made re^^peated threat* to oUm m tli.it he Would ^do^^Qui ntill up. He followed tIn- officer IMO^dark street*, where hy liruidiiun an.unst^yueiitm and UHliiKaliumvi |MgMM In-1 mil^toeiiijajjehini in a brawl. Iiul tlicolliii r took^no notice of lain. When on Main street the^officer waH in the lIlMfcafM of Ml tot]^and expected every minute that Seara would^IMp up behind luui and cany out Mi^threat. Sears Anally laid liin hand ii|mn^the officer's nliouldi r, wlicu the latter, not^kli' \^inn what would come next, pushed^Scars away from him. and ill Ml half^drunken condition the pugilist could not^keep hia feet and toppled mer. While the^officer would be jiiatined in arresting Searn,^he declined to do thia, realizing tliat a^conflict waa iiumiueiit and the n ault^Would be that Quentin Would again appeal^before the public M a brutal MM, 1 he^laat time thin change waa preferred against^hliu, the city council, mayor and city imir-^ahui made a thorough investigation uud ex^^onerated the ollicer. Mr. tWlltrt in the^course of his arguiuent said QMHM would^have la-en juatitied in breaking his club on^Bear'a head, after the latter had threatened^to do him laalily harm. Policeman, he^aaid, are always considered target*^for abuse and he likened^the present case to the Haymarket aceiiea,^the only difference being that the low^M'ouudrela who bear malice toward the olli-^cera because they faithfully discharged the^duties of their office at some previous tinn .^instead of throwing bombs at the officers'^feet, have the officer* brought before a^court there to express the malevolence and^animosity for tlieae servants of the law^whenever they imagine iHey were wronged
Whetherit was because Mr. Ilalliett was^the opposing counsel, or whether it was be^^cause he wanted to keep up his record of^winning every cast' he has had since he waa^elected, is not known, but Attorney Nolan^talked for nearly an hour and maintained^that the simple fart that (Jut-utui knocked^Sears over with hia hand waa MMM to^wurraut a conviction.
JudgeWoodman roKi rved Ins decision^until to-day. Officer (Juentin is one of the^beat officers on the force and has MM^awerved m discharging his duly, no matter^how delicate or hazardous it might be.^I.ike every man, he has enemies, but tliey^are among the worst class.
Arrestetlfor forgery.^Ed WiM-rteiidyke, n newsboy on the^Northern Pacific, was arreated yesterday^by Detective Walters on a charge of for^^gery. He presented a check for piiyni.nt^last Saturday at the First National bank^which called for five dollars, payable to ^K.^B. Mortimer or order,^ and signed ^K. A.^(irissiiiger.^ the real estate man near the^de|Hit. Woertcndyke denies that he forged^the check and will have an opportunity of^extricating himself before Judge Sanders^to-day.
JohnKelly, a Kiieak thief recently from^Hutte, stole a four-gallon keg of syrup from^Kuplial .' Ijeopold on Saturday night and^was yesterday sentenced to thirty day^^the comity jail by Judge Sanders.
.las.Mct'oriuick and I'lias.Massinger wen^on trial yesterday for engaging in a saloon^brawl.
Thepolice are making the regular ipiart^erly round-up of the occupants of hoM I of^ill shape, who are assessed $_'.'^ and costs^^acli.
Twenty-fivein-r n ut. toint on all suits .ml
trousiiiKsfor tnirt) ilit)). onl^ at John H. John^sou's.
(irftiidribbon s.iln this fo^Lie- i. X. U bazaar.
MMMfrom ^ to II ut
IIII: K, A. M. A M. A.
The tHMM Mill uml Make ArfMg*-^nieiils for Next I ^ar.
Thedirectors of the Montana Agricultur^al, Mineral A Mechanical association met^last evening at the office of Porter, Muth A^Cox to discuss their plans nnd make pre-^purationM for the season of IHim.
Tinnew buildings will be pushed so as to^have them ill readiness for the next Fair.^The board decided to give a four days race^meeting July -', I and .'^, at which liberal^purses will be hung up for both runners and^trotters.
Atthe 1'iiir in August tin- meeting will be^extended to n ten days' meeting to accom^^modate the increasing attendance and to^satisfy the demands of the horsemen for^more racing. My holding a ten days' meet^^ing the directors hope to give Fair week^niore attention and pnuium ncr. The meet^^ing will commence Aug. JO and close Aug.^;*^. Messrs. Hundly, Hard. Chessman ami^Poja- were 11^[^i)iit^ d a committee to pre^^pare the racing programme. The premium^list w ill be submitted to a different commit^^tee and be revised later. The treasurer re^^ported that about ifll.iiiu in permanent im^^provements had been extsniled during the^present season, and that about fill I,^ ^ I^would be required for the improvements,^for which plans are la-itig prepared.^^ ^ ^^
LtMtishould call st Kr^l liamer's and tret s^pair at alippan, mm hi ^SlMf them at s very^low riinira.
Hall's^ kMiii t* at * l I'er MM
Cabinetphotos if.I |n^r MM at ltd I'^gallery, Helena avenue, conn r Warren, on^car line.
What!^^^ Von Kiiom
Aboutthe Superb Pullman Dining Cars^which have been recently placed in set vice^via the I'liion Pacific, ^The Overland^Koute^^ They ran on the fast Vestibule^Express Is tween Council Muffs and Denver^and on ^The Limited Fust Mail^ Utwis i*^Council Muffs and Portland.
Ifyou want to get a sumptuous menl^while traveling, don't fall to take the train^on w hich these Diners run. Meals, which^cannot lie surpassed in any of the first-clas-^holels in the conntrv. are *erved in these^cars at each. ,
M.Kec Itankln -Oprulug at Mln^- Opera^Last Kvcliln*.
McKeeHankin and his company were^gr, cted last evening by an audience that^nearly filled the spacious opera house. ^^mas not onlv a gathering of fashion, but an^audience thoroughly appreciative of M^ex^^cellent performance. The Uunawav Wife^is n clever and effective dramatic construc^^tion. It is the old story of ^^J^with a climax in which ^right conquers at^last.^ It was, however, interpreted last^evening without the usual soul tearing fea^^tures. Of Mr. Kankm's acting it is not^necessary to say more t'aan that his char^^acter whs sustained fully in keeping with^his reputation as a distinguished actor.^The parts in which he impressed hm^audience with the power of his emotiona^expression were rendered with the ease and^control that mark the siieeesslul career of a^populai artist. Miss Mabel It, rt us Lady^Alice gave the audience an excellent por^^traiture of the sufferings of a w ronged wife.^I he delicate and pleasing thread of comedy^wasadmirablv developed by Miss l,.remi^Atw.Hid and ill a lesser degree by Mr ^van-^gale, the entire plnv was rendered Willi a
barB) seldom given by ^stai companies.
Itwill be repeated tins evening.
PaulMcCormick, of Junction, is in town.
H.F. Titus, of Philiiwburg, is at the Cos.^MfnliMk
JudgeHarwood came III from Three^I'm ks yesterday.
HarrisonSpauldiiig, of the Missoulian,^w is in the city yesterday.
SheriffN. 11. Houston of Missoula is at^tin Cosmopolitan.
I.iicinecr I'.. H. Mcllenrv came m from^the Hi ini stake tunnel yesterday.
Dr.C. K. HardeiibriMik and family, of^Deer Lodge, are at the Grand Central.
lion.J. W. (iilligali returned from Hutte^v. ^ti rday and brought his wife over with^Mk
Spreuillellradeii went to Hutte yesterday^to gather mining statistics for his annual^nport.
MissLuce, daughter of Judge I.uce of^MMM is in the city visiting Chief Jus-^tice and Mrs. Make.
D.J. Moran was a passenger on yester^d i\'s easthound Northern Pacific train des^lined for Decatur, Ala.
MuxWaterman. Ceo. F. Dan/.e and Mrs.^KamsMirk. of White Sulphur Springs, are^guests of the (irand Central.
('has.Kennedy, general agent of the^(ireat ICock Island and Albert Lea routes,^with headquarters at Portland, is visiting^Helena.
DonaldHradford left for Chicago yester^^day via the Northern Pacific, which UMMtJ^Agent Kdgur styles the ^great and only^route.
F.W. Miller, Jr.. advance agent of the^Minnie Madderu company, arrived m the^l it\ yesterday to arrange for Miss Mad-^dern's appearance.
HenryHriitnober leaves this morning for^New York and after a short visit to the^metropolis will go to London to be absent^four mouths. Mr. Hriitnober says he is^going to register from Idaho that he may^escape having to explain the big steal. He^also says that if the |s ople want ^good^healthy senator he can be consult rt d avail^^able timber.
I)i-Ito' f'ourl ri-DCt'ftlliiKs.
Thefollowing were the proceedings in^district court yesterday:
4,WAnn McCarthy vs, John McCarthy.^In this case it is ordered by the court that^the default of the defendant be entered.
4,8111Florence Miller vs. John A. Miller;^default of defendant entered.
4.kh1'Louis Hilebrecht vs. Elkhorn Mm^ing company; motion to vacate order per^^mitting John T. Murphy to be substituted^overruled. Order modified so as to require^service of copy of order on John T, Murphy^requiring him to nppe.u within tin days.^Plaintiff excepts.
4,!HL^ N. P. Loberget al vs. (Ireat F ills^Water Power A Towusite company; di fi ml-^ants motion to squash summons sustained.
IJ2iiState vs. Ah Jim; motion to set^aside information argued by counsel and^taken undei advisement.
:,^^^.'^Ktnte vs. Albert Jackson: defendant^pli ads not guilty to charge of murder.
11)117State vs. William Kaston; defend^^ant grauted until December 10 in which to^file motion to quash information.
Afi'Ji State vs. William Kaston; time for^defendant to plead extended until Decem^^ber IB,
4.HKIJ. Holzberg et al. vs. Watson M.^Voting; default of defendant entered.
Complaintswere issued m the cases of^Lindsay A Co., i limited i vs. John C. Curteii.^William C. Huski tt anil William D. Smith^and Edward U. Simpson vs. Frank Duffy.
Auiurtiuge license was granted toChailes^H. Taylor anil Ada White, both of Augusta.
Doni MM to I. X. L liazsaradv.
1be tt'sler ^ onlrnel.
Atthe city council met ting to-night the^water question will come up again toi con^^sideration. As the wnler company has em^^phatically asseiti d that they will refuse to^accept anything but a live year contract and^as a majority of the Council has voted^against this, it appears that the deal^Vill fall through. Alter Jan. 1 the contract^with the city will expire and then the water^company will charge the city any sum it^feels like for water. Since the contract as^amended is favorable fortheeity there are^many people who believe the company^should be granted the five-year contract.^At the last meeting Alderman Harrison^said any company would be very foolish to^accept the contract as amended.
linnOiiveii|iiirl fii.il f'nm|ian^. sole^aifeuts lor ^ Inintlisr coking coal.
Thesecond in the series of medal contests^will lie held this evening at Oisid Templars'^hall. Eight of the brightest of Helena's^young mioses w ill participate in this contest;^each giving a recitation, the winner to re^^ceive a la autiful silver medal. Admission,^twenty-five cents.
fryour lH-st patent Dour, the best in the^market, and Whittaker Star hams, at
JohnT. Mdui rt it Co.'s.
NewOfllrer*.^At a regular meeting of MM Council^Ny. It. and S. M., held last evi ning, the^following officers were elected and installed^for the ensuing year: Walter E. Frederick,^I. I. M.: William McClatcIn v. Dep. I. M.:^William D. Smith, P. 0. of W.; T. II.^KIcIum'hmidt. l iens.; Osofgs Booker, re^^corder; J. W. Hathaway, ('. (i.: H. H.^(iitthlie, Com!.: M. Ii, u.ig. siewaul; ll. nrv^Cowden, seutini I.
Mite | Ml it, h.
GotoA. J. Davidson A Co. y lot i pair of^N'asoit's patent runnels for huguies and^backs.
TheMirtit iiia Troubadou:s sre now skir^^mishing for a new manager since Mr. H. S.^Hill has announced his MMJMMM This^is a minstrel organization of local talent^and the young men MMfMMJ it hav^ MS^diligently rehearsing for the past two^weeks. It was the intention to give two en^^tertainments for the benefit of the Ep:sco-^pal church. Charles Hala-is-k mid Dave^Montgomery are the end men while the bil-^ance of the company are nearly all English
men,who still have the Hritisu brogue and^would make a highly mirth-provoking miu-^gtrel show. It is probable that at the next^rehearsal the organization will disband only i^to reorganize, and the management will^probably lie placed m Montgomery's hands,^a verv competent person. The company has ;^Harnioiim hall engaged for rehearsals and^Em *-v fi ti e exchi quer.
Articlesof incorporation for the Garden I^City Land comiwny were filed yesterday.^The capital is fixed tit (Ui.lWO. in l-tl Shan's^^ Vileach. The headquarters of the com- ^^|utny will Is^ nt Missoula. The trusl. es ate^Andrew H. Hammond. ( narlcs II. MtMiJ^and I homas ^'. M r ihiUL _
J.T. Philips has been elected captain ufl^Co. I. Fust legnnciit N.U. M.. in the placi- f^of K. A. Kenney, who has bwn promoted to ,^major.
TheMontana Coal and Iron company was^incorporated vesterdav with a capital of^f:\IXln.tMl, in aMUHIshnresof *U^leach. The^priucipil office will be in New Vork, though^the business of the company will be carried^on al Hillings. Hie trustees are Elijah^Smith. Edward J. Herwiud, John E. MT* I^wind. Elms L. Frank, JohnS.Filney. of Niw^York, Pios|m r \V. Smith, of Hostoii, Atisley^S. Davis, of South tivstcr Hav, L. I.. Philip^M.Oallaher andti. F. tiodddrd.of Hill'iigs.
S-veral improvements are Is ing MMM^the interior of the court house. I'he M^^MM adjoining J MM HI ike's r.Him is be^ing haiiilsoniely linished and iMBMMla A '^iiartition with stained glass windows has^been ]^ut up ami the walls p.i|h'red and fres^ciH-d. Judge Make will occupv the MM^wla n linished and .Iti.luc Hunt will usi- the^risiiii now occupied bv the chief justice.
SamuelWord. J. M. Fox. LD, Phelps.^Charles I.. Dahler. II. S. HoWML D. F. ^^Higgs and A. J. Hrndlev have llMMMM^the Copper Hell Milling compaliv. I he cap^ital is fixed at fri,(XXl.(^^l in .M^M^^I shares at ,^#10 each.
UMMl'MfMMrM*WM tbe Issit dress^Mm evJr shown in tl.u town tor f l.t'i.
JOTTIIOfl 4B0CT town.
TreasurerHarden says thai everylssly I^must pay then taxes before January 1. WM^After that tune 10|s-r cent will be added.
Localrailroad employes will regret to ,^hear that J. C. King, formerly conductor on .^the Northern Pacific, is very ill at Atchison,^Kansas,
TheLadies' Aid socielv of the Presbyter- .^ion church w ill bold a parlor side lit the r. s- ,^ideiice of Mrs. W. A. Chusman. Thursday, |^Dec. pith. AfteriKH.it and evening opening^at 1 o'clock, (lifts suitable for the holidays^will be presented for sale, including al t a I. -^from the Holy Isind. Swit/.eiland and lM^^laud.
in. IMM o^t.
ADaily Through Car Service has been^established by the Chicago, I'nioil Pacific A^Northwestern Line from San Francisco.^Portland. S|s^kune Falls. Hutte and Helena,^to Chicago via Council Muffs, thus offering^to the public facilities not given by any^other line. ^ File Limited Fast M ill^^which runs daily between the above points,^carries the Overland Fast Mail a limited^n mi1^ i of first-class passengers without^extra charge, ami is composed of Pullman^Vcstihuled HIeepers, Han Francisco to Chi^^cago via Council Mutts, Pullman Vestibult d^Sleepers and Pullman Dining Cars. Port^^land to Chicago via Council Mutts.
Thisis another indication that the I'uion^Pacitic is desirous of meeting the require^^ments of t he |s ople. For information ill^regard to tins and other trams on this line,^apply to any Ticket. Agent, or E. L. Lnnax,^(it ueral Passenger Agent. Omaha, Neb., or^K. P. Wilson, General Passenger Agent, C.^A N. W. Itailway. Chicago, III.
A.E. Vkazu.^Passenger Agent. Helena. Mont.
vouare in Mid ^^l
Presentsthat are Both^Elegant ami U^efa] tor
Comfort,yoi sbotld not^Kail to Lisped the Manx^Novelties in
G.W. Jackson, music dealer.^Dinner from 1-' to o at the Hon 'Ion.^James W. barker, merchant tailor. Mam^street, opposite First National bank.
00east via the Montana Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and^dining car route to St. Paul and the east.^Through trains leave Helena daily at ll::v
What on Kurt It
Isthe reason people will not, cannot, or du^uot see any difference in cheap nostrums^nut up by Cheap John houses or irresponsi^^ble parties at enormous profits, rather than^I ike a medicine of world-wide reputation^thd one that is giving universal satisfaction^at equal price^ No medicine in the world^is giving such unpar i'. |ed satisfaction for^nurifying the blood as Heggs' HI,sal Pun-^tier and Mood Maker, and every bottle that^dis'S not do its work will cost you nothing,^For sale by all dru.v.isis, U.S. Hale A ('o.,^wholesale and relan agents.
Curefur piles.^Itching piles are known by moisture like^Inspiration, producing n ven disagreeable^Itching alter getl nig warm. '1 Ins form, as^well as blind, bleeding and pro) i udllio piles,^yield at once to the ^pipMttutl of Dr. jto-^sanko's Pile Remedy, which M'ts directly^MM 'be parts affeted, absorbing the^tumors, allaying thucintense itching and^affecting a permanent cure. Fifty cents.^Audreys 1 In Dr. Hosauko Medicine com-^panv, Piqua. Ohio. Hold by It. S. Hale^A Co.
('limp( an He Prevented.^We want ev. rv mother to know that MM)^Oilll be prevented. There is no question^alsmt thia; as it has been done in thousands^of cases, and yim may depend upon it that^when a child lakes tin MtMM it is whclly^owing to the neoliience of its parents.^True croup never appears without due and^timely warning; a few hours or a day or^two before the attack, the child becomes^hoarse. This hoarseut ks is the first indica^^tion of croup, and is a sure sign that croup^is to follow, unless prompt iv mid propeiU^treated. The free use of ChainlsiIain's^Cough Kemeily h tliiected with each bottle,^under the beading, ^to prevent croup.^ will^dispel all symptoms of the disease. The^liist hign of croup, hoitrw nes.t, mav be over^^looked by yovng mothers or those not fa^^miliar with the ftltmi [MM such cir^^cumstances, or when not prop rlv tle.lt, it,^the hoarwtiess beeoinea more marked and^the child shows symptoms of having^taken cold, then a peculiar rough^cough is developed. Fun at^this stage Chamberlain's Coimli
Hdv will prement the croup, but after
thecough has developed, the croup I- liable^to appear ut any moment. The priqier wap^is to keep a Is^t tie of tins retnetlv at hand.^It costs but fifty cents mid only a'few doses, .^or at most, not overoin -third ol a bottle is^required to disjs I all symptoms of tin- tor !^ease. Can you afford to risk so much for so^little^ There is not the least danger in giv^^ing this remedy m large and frequ^ nt doses,^which are always required, as it contains^i^/injurious substance. As a proof of this^faM, we n ler to John L. Olson, of Des^Monies, la., whose tft JMT old boy drank^the entire oolltellts of a ^fifty cent hot tie of^Chauiberlnin's Coogh K^ uiedy without the^least injury. For ssle bv 11. SI. Paicheii A'^Co.
ritsurpiissetlIs the Wttrbl
1he vest.billed trains of the Chicago.^Miiwiukee A Ht. Paul railway, running :^fitly between St. Paul and MiIiuea|Mihs i^*n.l Milwaukee and Chicago, are the per- ,^fectiuu of modem railway equipment, and^ale iiiisuipassed in tin world, They con- ;^sist of elegant day couches, Pullman's lat^^est ami best sleeping curs and the finest 1^dining cars in the conntrv. These trains^are lighted by electi ic.ty and heated by^steam, nnd afford to tie- tMMM every com-^fort and conveni. nee to h* h^.| at the very^best hotels. A.i cb, t,e, ts are hon-
onslon thi m traotot rates are no
MxkMthan by other lines. It is for this^reason that iliacriuiiiiHting travelers pat-^rotnre this company and insist that flair^tickets read over its !.ne, as thev iiaturally^want the best serv ice for their money.
OfAll Kinds at
Isnow l'r^ |^nMl to Deliver
GOOD: Din : WOOD
toau^ |.'it I of the t 'itj.
(hxil)MEAhVHIiTaUwAvh OVAKANTFI u,
3North Main Street, Helena.
HosierHuts, best QmHMm^friininisl lists sail bonnets rtsliieeil In COHT.
iatrialaasd Felt lints. Md^ Ha. awl |i.
Nownnd l^^'^iniMt* Piowiiu fur Old mid V011114.^KvMjbod) r-lnnild wm u1i11 KlcAs'anl ArrH^^^*f ('lirifdniHh OWta
Toys, Books, Novelties, Fancy^Goods, Notions. Etc.,
Which wo ar^* |.p'|^M*d In furnish at IVh'^*^II. TOW.
iflMtafor Hot^^-^ NMMM and Hall'a Ha
GOLDSEAL^UBB E R^OOOIDS.
OilClothing ^ Horse Covers.
hi.I'aul Hraurh. 1h| Ka*r HUH Klr^-l.
'1- liranrli. J0I Niroln Av(*ntn*.
Joji.nJ. 'I'm ^ ^t 1. Air^nt
Fornaif l^^ all dtt*l^-r*. A*-k for tln ni and take
W.f% TKASKLIN,^lU^iddii (Sal.Lilian. Ilclfiia.
sjukhikis s\ij: my vinn kok an kxk-
'cut ion in my ImmU, iw*iH^d ^^^:t of lltn dintrict^mot1 oftMtoN jmlicial di^irict pftMMtaltof^Montana, in ami for tliH DtMBtf of l^'wi^ ami^riarkf in tin* mil of Henry M. Can hen a^^ II M.^PuchM A * o.. .u'.ii'i 1 J. ii. Koaarll. ^ 1111^ r*tt.^t-^m im Hth ^iaf ut Hmmhtt. A* p. IMA, i Htfn^|*^VM ^!ix'ii all tin* ngMn DtH UN [MMMl of tln^^naid J. II i: ,1 in ami to tie foll^iwin^f ^^acfilwd jifMpfty* wt^ltd m LmHp and (lark**^rount\. Montana territory. rU: i ^ ^^^ Rtimlni^one I ^ and two 1*/' in I^I^m k iniridM*r hv- ^'^^.^Hah^tV tikUUoa totMnti of Fw4m*a, i^ win^and I lark'* count). Moiitai.u. an^l tin* imiirovn-
MSstitlitTiH.ii. Curt of nanbiv bum^'nionii^*otri^ puftMr n.iuitiK* lilil nwjM will fflfi^fc^*t of lot WUUff 1.in** il* mi m $H i* known aa^ThnWii^iW^i plfrr iniiiinn clnit-i flute in tin*^norttiwi*^t ^|uati^r i^f iIh* m-ci 'im-i .. 1 r * - - r uf^NMTtioti thirty in town-liii, t. n in north uf^rantfM tlirw ^:(^ wi*^. I^'wi- nv M iio-k*- county,^Montniia. and the MBDfufWWM'Btg IUmwMm^Thn^-foiirth* ^ ' of |ot^^ I'l. i. n (II) Mil tWPiW^^V1^ in hha'k BafnljvrlU* 15 , r*M^Mrp addition^i(^ tl *^ rltj of ||e|.*na. lyw i- : int i*Imvi MMUm/i^Montana, and tin* UapfuviiiiN^it* tl en mi,
N'otic**i^ h**r^1*y iri*cn th;^t on A ^^!..^- 1 ^ th#^llth flay of D-T.-ihl-r, A. i). I^-U, at tla^ hour ^^f^\2 o'cliM'k m. of sii'l ila^.attl^** front d-^^rof^mm court hoiiM'. ci'^ of Jh-li-na. I^^ir- and
titiomdInt#^ntt1 oftlw wild -I. II. U^i~ ^ :i in^and td th^ ibuw d.-. . ^ . property, to tU* hiuli*^Mat hiddfr for * *^U \n hand.
f*lv*ii tmih-r my hand, thi- t . ^ |'.*th ^ti*^ uf \o-^ti-diUt A. i^. 1^.
Chh. M. JernjHjnjIbarlf.
H IMAA' Hoi.BU'miM
i''l m HIhtIR.
FORTHE BALANCE OF
WEA UK^closing out
ANDHAVE SOME GREAT BARGAINS.
W.H. BAKER ^ CO.
THEGREAT^Bankrupt Sale of
('iitt)ineiii.il Miiiiila), DiHvml^r at, at l'ii|^^ A^0*0onnot* OU Sun,I. JJo. it raiulh Mum Htrwt.^met Mil)* will IhkI until ntiiok it* elinmil nut.
(iiviiu*. a eitll (4ii^l mH'nre the II || 1 ai^i.i t .
SALEEVERY DAUT 2 TO 7 P. M.
ufthe City is Located next door tr^ the First National Bank.
j.p. woolman ^ co.,
Whohandle all the latest Novelties in FASHION A BLR FINE FXX)TWEAR,^the Fineat iiHHurtnient of Slippers and Ties ever shown in the west, are also aifenta
forJOHNSTON ^ MURPHS,*8 FINK F(X)TWEAR.
NEXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
TheKent opiwrtunity ever Offered in Helena to Purchase a Fine, Well-Built, Warm
WithinTen Minutes Walk of Main Street, only 13,000.
$100Cash, and $40 Per Month Until Paid For.
Ladies'Solid Gold Watches at -$20
ThreeStone Diamond Rmps at$15
FiveStone Diamond Rings at$25
ElegantDiamond Earrings at -$25
VeryPretty Diamond Scarf Pins at^ $10
ASmall Family could live on lower Moor anil rent the upper Hoor. The house^is so built Hint pftltiaa livinf oa npptr floor w^ml^l have separate front and rear^entranco*. ami separate sheds hihI outhouses. The offer open for TEN DAT8^ONLTi Knquireof
liooin7, First National Bank Building.
(Ianall suit themselves with HjlM, Well FittinK Clothes of Good Material M^l^^asonalile Trices, from our Iv^ady Mwle Olothintf Department
WeMake a Point of Insisting Upon the Distinction Between^CHEAP CLOTHING AND CLOTHING- CHEAP !
Wehave Correet ClothinK for all Men, Hoys and Children, suitable for all occa^^sions anil occupat ions. Our New Stock is all liri^ht. Clean and^Fresh, and at Frioea you Cannot Itesist.^CANS i KLKIN, ..... HELENA, MONT AD A.
TheMost Desirable Property^in this Growing City is now^Offered to those Desiring Quick^Returns on Money Invested.
Lotscan now Iw purchased^that will yieldlnvestors
withinNinety D t vs
ROOMSG AND 7,
ASHBY BLOCK. VMLKHA. Mont
Offerto Anyone who calls at their New Store a Veritable (Jem of a Book in the
ILLUSTRATEDCAPITAL ALMANAC FOR 1890.
Itis replete with tlmimmt PMMM uml 1'seful Iiif..rniati..n. aad it is well^worth IB) IkkIv h tune to ou tad ^.,.1 a i npy.
TlieI x l^. Itnzaiir, (ink PRICE CASH STORE. Om Kmr North of Oram!^Oantral HoUl,OffersOreat Keductioni FOB ONK WEEK ONLY
LADIES^ CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
LAOIBBCLQAE8. WORTH WjOOl fOR^LADIES' CL AKS, WORTH ^^00, FOR $10.^LADIES' CLOAKS, WORTH ll7.0fA FOK to.^LADIES' CLOAKS. WOIM'M $1.1.im. FOK 41H.^LADIES' 0LOAKH, WORTH$12.00, FORI7.^LADIES' CLOAKS, WORTHlldOO, FOR 16,^LADIES' CLOAKS, WORTH $ H.'m, FOKM.
ORDERHFROM COUNTRY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Thisl^t-inir the neason when 0VEBC0AT8 arc In demand We would call^Vow Attention to the fact that the
isthrowing out Greater Inducements than any other house in the city;^not only in Overcoats, but also in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Oooda.^S|iiuc docs nut permit our mentioning all our Bargains. Call and see us.^l.KVV cSj i :i,l AS,M A I :n STREET.
LESSTHAN COST I
ONEHUNDRED DOZ. SILK HANDKEIK'HrPS AT
BEG-ULiLB PBICE $1.00!
FiguredSilksoulj 7.*ic Per ITard; Regular Price$1.00. An immense UueofTuya,^I'anev (iixxls and Millincr.\ in same Proportion at
FOWLES' CASH STORE!
TheLeading Millinery and Fancy Goods House in Montana.