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Within Ten Dasve the Dirt Will Be Flying on the Valley Railroad. Negotiating With the Northern Peolao for a Branoh to North ern Missoula County. tarlA" Sheet of the Northern Steamship Compeany-Fretht Car Robbers Cautht--eneral News. It was learned yesterday from the most reliable sources that grading will be com menced on that section of the Valley road running from Davis street to the city limits, in the next ten days. The money to grade, iron and equip is ready, and it is only ne cessary to let the contracts, after which the enterpsise will be pushed to completion just as rapidly as men and money can do it. Though as a rule Helena business men do not pay much attention to secular affairs on Sunday, some of them yesterday made an exception. Several prominent gentlemen were in a Main street office during the af ternoon discussing the Valley railroad and congratulating each other on the fact that the enterprise was now an assured thing. During the discussion it developed that there is still another railroad project un der consideration in this city, which has for its object the bringing about of closer relations- between the Flathead and northern part of Missoula county and Helena. The plan is run a road from a connection with the Northern Pacific at Avon in the northern part of Missoula county; and thus make that section more closely identified with the capital. The country has been gone over by engineers to determined as to whether a practicable route can be found, and their report is to the effect that an excellent route has been found, running through a section which will not affect the Northern Pacific, but which will carry that line into the country the Great Northern proposes to tap for its own benefit. The Northern Pacific direc tory is investigating the matter, the Helena men interested having agreed to do a cer tain part of the work of building the branch if the Northern Pacific will aid the enterprise. This road would tap one of the best lumber sections in the state, as well as open up a great scope of agricultural and mineral land. Beady for BIuslness, To-day tlhe Northern Steamship com ,any opens for its second season's business, The company is the child of the Great Northern railway, and is regarded in trans portation circles as one of the most suc cessful ventures ever made by President Hill. Last year the steamship company did a good business-so good, in fact, that it was deemed advisable to increase the facilities this year. In consequence six steel steamers, each having a capacity of 2.500 tons and designed to be the fastest lake steamers afloat, have been put on. They are the Northern Light, Northern King, Northern Queen, Northern Wave, North Star and North Wind. Every other evening a steamer will leave Buffalo, mov ing to West Superior, where the transfer to the Great Northern cars will be made. At Buffalo the dockage facilities are the best, cars from the seaboard being run up to the wharf and the transfer to the steamer quickly made. Freight from Boston, New York, Baltimore, or any Atlan tio seaboard, will go by rail to Buffalo, thence by steamer to West Superior, thence by the Great Northern to its destination, the time by this route being only about a day longer between New York and Helena than an all rail route. But the matter of most general interest is the rate by this route. In this connection the fol lowing, taken from the tariff sheet just out, is to the point. In order to show the charges, the all rate route per 100 pounds is given first: New York to Helena, let class.... .... $8 80 d •. 26 S 4th "' .............2 03e S 5th " ............1.. 174 The rates by rail and lake, via West Su perior will be: New York to Helena, let class.............. $ 01 " d ... ........... 1 0 4th " 1 70 ~ 5th . .............1 47 It will be seen that on first-class freight the difference is 79 cents a hundred in favor of the lake and rail route. Hates are also given by canal, lake and rail, via West Su perior, as follows: New York to Helena, let class.............. $2 80 2d...............4 2 40 .4th ............. 195163 5th . ..141 I. W. Lake, 210 Broadway, N. Y., is the general eastern agent of the steamship com pany, John Gordon, general manager at Buffalo, while 1. H. Longley. agent of tLe Great Northern at Helena has charge of steamship traffio affairs at this point. What May Happen. The summary manner in which W. H. Holcomb, assistant general manager of the Union Pacific, was fired on last Monday caused lots of rejoicing among lots of Union Pacific employee in this city, says the Den ver News, and a great deal more with a great many former men whose names were once on the Union Pacific pay roll. The return to power of Edwazd Dickinson, who steps into the shoes of Holoomb, sugg sts many changes that may occur. For instance, among the score of sub binate officials who lost their official heads about this time were a number of warm friends of Dickinson. He protested against their removal as they were thoroughly competent, but Holcomb had it in for Dick inson and all his peta and he took good care to slaughter them all. He bonasted that no man should remain on the system who had been schooled by Dickinson. It would only be human if the latter should show his loyalty to his friends by reinstat ing them. if he does, why some of Hol comb's importations will have to walk. It would not surprise anyone to see Bob Bax ter, former supermtendent of the Wyoming division, brought back from the east and given a nice berth. It is s:id Joe (Choate could get a pretty good thing if he wanted to railroad agaim, but he has lhad onouglt and is malting more money looking after private business. Jim Gilchrist, who was his essistant superintendent and got left out in th9 cold, may get under Dickinson's protecting wings. lRubbing Frelght Cars. Recent arrests at Tacoma, Portland and Spokane have led to the unearthing of a well organized gang of thioves, which have been robbing feight ears on various lines in that section. Those arrested at Tancoma are employus of the Northern I'acific. Just how the evidence against the iorn has been secured is not known, but it is stated some of the men arrested in l'ortland made a confession involving ainny of their con federates, and the ofllcials have been anxi ons to keep the arrests from the public un til such a time that the whole gaug could be apprehended. The confession of the men arrested at Portland shows that a great quantityof miscellaneous stuff was taken, amongst others a tower clock consigned to a Tacoma jeweler. The men, supposing the box con tained something very valuable from the fact that it was consigned to a Jeweler, un loaded it and upon opening and finding what it was, they carried it up on'the bay and sunik it, knowing that they coult not dispose of it without detection. About three months ago a skiff load of goods was found by the police grounded aear the Paciflo mill. They were identified Ms portionof a hipment of iods o_ dto mebaL *e m is r eoibt The bfak the a to rewmoe n-ob of the oodu t td tatio gad then peok to mTaoa, $et t9i or lii, ný n we. pac of, rh.7 i be 'a i fefore gang dayp, Within a short time the Santa Fe will be gin the Oonstraotion.of a litht branch lins that will serve to Inaerese the popularity of the line, if, in fact, it does not make it the most popaulr of all traneontlinental roads so far am tourists are eoaeerned. Aboul twenty-.ht miles northwest of Peach arims, r4ona, on the Atlantio & PYa cii division, isn the Grand Canon of the Colorado. The seenery in and about the canon is claimed to be the most attractive on the continent, and if a railroad were built to the canon many thousand touriste would swarm there. The Santa Fe people believe this at all events, and they propose to back up their convictions by building the road. There would be no heavy grades and the twenty-eight miles of track would not cost much money, while its earnings would make the exchequer of the company much larger. Already there is consider able travel to the canon from Peach Springs on horseback, and it has increased so rap idly that it has been found necesssary to build another hotel at Peach tprings, while a few enterprising natives have erected cot tages near the canon. The Santa Pu will have a winning hand with a tourist when this canon road is built. Union Pacific jAterature. A. S. Vesine, freight and passenger agent of the Union Paoifi, is in receiptof a qluq tity of interesting literature puolished bs that company. Among the pamphlets i i one entitled, "Gun Club Rules," containing in addition the revised game laws of the western states. Another, "Out-Door Sports and Pastimes," gives the rules of the var ions outside games. Other publieatiotls are devoted to the resources of the various states and territories through which the Union Pacific passes. They are for free distribution. Koch & Oakley's Guide. With the April issue, just at hand, this publication reaches its eighth issue. It is one of the most comprehensive railway guides published in the country, and each issue shows improvement over the previous one. To any one contemplating a trip to the sound it is invaluable. Ladies' indelible fast black hose, warranted not to crock, only 25c., at The Bee Hive. A complete stock of Foster-Hook kid gloves at Brunell & Co.'s. Go to the He!eas Cafe for a first-class meal. Ladies' Jersey ribbed vests, only 12i cents, at The Bee Hive. Special Notice. From the first day of May, 1891, my bus iness will be conducted on the cash system. All goods will be sold for cash only and prices will be reduced on every article where a reduction is possible. It is my desire to meet all honorable com petition in business, and to do so, I am compelled to sell goods for cash believing it to be alike for the benefit of buyer and seller. The same high standard of quality as heretofore, will be maintained in all goods handled and customers may rely on getting full value for their money, and be assured that prices will be as low as a like quality of goods can be sold for in this market. R. C. WALLACE. Business lunch from 12 to two, 35 cents, at tihe Helena Cate. A full line of the Universal Fa-hion Paper patterns always on hand at Brnnell & Co.'s. Knitting yarns, wools, crochet cotton and art materials at The Bee Hive. Closed for Repairs. The International hotel will be closed for repairs about five weeks. Pipes are now being laid to bring the waters of Mr. Liss ner's medical springs in all rooms both for bath and drink. All cooking will be done with this water, and when completed the hotel will be modern in all improvements. Canner from five to eight at the Helena Cafe. Sproial offerings in kid gloves to-morrow at lrunetl'e. Muslin underwear at The Bee Hive, at eastern prices. THE DEAD LINE. A Subject That Is Agitating Montana Cat tlenmen. The stock growers' convention, which meets at Miles City to-morrow, will doubt less take action on the recent order of Sec retary Jerry Rusk, concerning the ship ment of cattle north of the government dead line. Concerning this subject the oenver News aes: Uncle Jerry Husk, who bosses the depart ment of agriculture of the United States, entertains different ideas concerning the cattle quarantine regulations from those of several western governors. The latter spent several months arranging a satisfactory quarantine line, and now Hon. Mr. Rusk has stepped in and mashed the combina tion. His action will play smash with the cattle shipments from Texas to the north. Some time ago the governere of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana agreed on what they believed would be sufficient guarantine regulations to secure their states from any contagious diseases from what Texas cattle that might pass through en route to Montana. The line was about the same points that have always been used andt there has been no disease, but from Mr. Rusk's action it would seem that hoe had concluded the chief executives of the states named did not know what they were talking about. At any rate he has moved the quarantine line about 200 miles further north. This conflict of authority will prove very embarrassing to tne cattle men, and especially to tLe railroads. Con tracts had been made with the roads to move many thousand head of cattle to a certain point, and now that the line has been changed serious complications will arise. General Superintendent Duncan. of tho Union Paciio. stated that his line had been storing cars in Texas for two weeks, and were ready at any time to begin to haul the cattle out. 'I wo-thirdi of the ship ments are malde through Denver to Vend over, Wyo., from which point the cattle are driven to Montana. From what can be learned, the change will not effect ship monts from New Mexico and Arizona. There is no telling how the conflict of au thority will end. All the delicacies or the season at tile lelenla Cafe. Speeial di.llay of parasol'd and snu umbrellas to-ta.rleuw at tlru11u11ai , t(o. '., laby cai riages at 33t Iper cent. discount at The Here You Are. Until further notice, at The Mint, corner of Warren and Bireokenridge, finest lager beer and celebrated book; also bock sausage lunch. For slr. A good deliverery team; well broken; not afraid ofisteam motor or electrio oars. Also shelving and two new counters. Coatn .ta tlnocn.ia Corner Sixth and Main. Now Open. The Montana ment market, on Hobs0k street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, is open and is now ready for business. Satis faction always guaranteed. laxlntltelllLlnt & HAHN. Infants' rests and dresses at The lie Hive. POLICO NIWS. I teoal asn Arrested for forgilg a Cheek. J. H. Lell. is an iatelligent looking j9g fellow about 8 years of age. He here r eort tmp age fromn Washin and sam that be' was pn bhis way to Cu He stý6ped Ii aple ham'W lodging 'bone. Yesidrday be asve to the manager in payment for his bill a cheek for $12 on the First National bank, signed with a fle titious name. The manager of the lodging house gave Leslie money and can celled the bill. Afterward he found that the cheek was forged and caused Leslie's arrest. The prisoner after being looked In hbis cell tore up another cheek of similar character. Leslie had $109.0 in money on his person when arrested, and offered to settle matters by turning over this amount. County Attorney Nolan, however, is not settling such oases that way. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mount Helena was fairly ablaze with camp fires last evening. The fnuneral of Eugene Hoerman took place at Kranioh's grove yesterday after noon. The 'oreiand iOronian says that a Mon tans man will build a hotel to cost $50,000 and an opera house at Eugene. The sewing circle of the Ladies' Auxiliary society of temple Emanun-El will meet at the residence of Mrs. B. Loeb, on Fifth ave nue, this afternoon. The session of the Stock Growers' asso elation will begin to-morrow at Miles City. A lerge attendance is expected. State Vet erinarian Holloway will be present. An loo cream social will beheld by the ladies of the Oak street Methodist church to-morraw evening at the residence of Mrs. Brasiel,19V2 Billings avenue. Rev. George B. Day, a leading exponent of Christian science, will deliver a free lecture entitled "'The Last Thought Found," at the Opera house to-morrow evening, The regular meeting of the Helena relief committee will be held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence of M.s. J. B. Sanford, corner of Lawrence street and BentoniAvenue. The last attraction of the star Y. M. C. A. course will be the lecture on Stonewall Jackson, by George It. Wendling on Thurs day evening. Reserved seats may be so oured at Lockwood's drug store on that day. The department was called out yesterday afternoon by a blaze in front of the new Lookey building, on Sixth avenue. A box containing plate glass caught fire, probably from the motor. The glass was badly cracked. The water in the Broadwater plunge was drawn off last night and the resort will not be opened until Wednesday noon. At that time there will be plenty of water for bathers. The plunge is steadily growing in popularity. A large crowd was out last night. The next attraction at Mings will be Fred Warde and Mrs. D. P. Bowers, who will open a three nights' engagement on Thurse day evening. The plays to be presented are Henry VII.l Damon and Pythias, Virginius and Macbeth. FE RSI01AL. Hon. Charles S. Hartman, of Bozeman, is at The Helena. Ex-Senator Joseph A. Baker, of Great Falls, is at The Helena. Dr. A. H. Mitchell, of Deer Lodge, is at theCosmo5olitan. Col. Lambeth and Prof. G. C. Swallow were up to Great Falls yesterday. Dr. B. C. Brooke has returned from Florida and is very ill with la grippe at his home on Benton avenue. Chief Engineer Beckler is at Monarch inspecting the construction of the road be tween that city and Barker. Arrivals at The Helena. Henry Jones and wife. D. Wehl, Butte. . Iltte. F.W. Bacon,Msryevllle. C. D. Si;:elair. Racine, Charles J. Hiartman WVis. Bozeman. S. S. Mobeon, Utica. M. Howard, Chicag5b. A. A. White, Mourhead, James A. liker, Great Minn. Falls. J. O. Phelps and wife, George I[. Campbell Utica. hlinnoapolio. J. B. Walker and wife, George norton. Nea Minneapolis. York. s. D. Jones, lutte. Mrs. (. F. Goddard, James blake, Ban Fran- Butte. cisco. 11. E. Johnston and wife, new York. Arrivals at The New Merchants. F. H.:Plerce. St. Paul. i. A. Kaellier. Pony. L. E. Ilolmer and J.H. VeLeter, Galena, dasuglter, Butte. 111. F. H. olorton, Hope, William McClouskey, St. Idaho. Paul. Samuel Winters, Wich- Thomas McTagne, Deer ita. Lodge. Charles Blradley, Butte. W. 3. Pierce, St. PauL Wm. Lee~o, Leadville, J, T. 'aylnr. C'hoteau. iolo. T. J. Markam, Dee C. Blartzen, Boulder. Moine, lows. Jesse J. Phelpi and W. ('. lBartlett. Millard, wife, Utica, Mont. Net. E. J. Schumaker., oze- Charles Randtll,Kansae man. City. A. u. Berry, Long Pine. Dr. . J. Survard., Willianm buin, tiaders- Butte. bark. F. HI Ntttleton, Wash Thomas McLean, On- ington Bar. ertio. Arrvals at the Grand Cent ral. Frank Lonugmaid, Em- Val. Stanbach. Placer. pira. ('. H. Cnllor Mirlson,a. C. :t;. Winkler, Bonita. H. ('. hephaird, Liv C. W. Sweet, Castle. isgolon. Dr. C. lenbow,\Wiokes. Ben. P. (iGoodwin, Se L.H. Sinolair,East Hol- dalia. ens. earm. Mitchell, Mis J. H. Trevarrow, Ma- sotla. rysville. 11. tiuntey, Townsend. Chris. Lundy and wife, J. F. Churchill, Ben Great Falls, ton. William Bennessy and A' gel,, Dangello, Italy. wife, Great Falls. Nick Groamer, hlimini. Earl Turner, Placer. it. Iloeru. Pllacer. oHu.ert ('ubnrn, White W. Ni. ('oburn, Wuits Culphur Springs. Sulphur Springs. W. D. Coburn, White ll.r.Walker.Anaconda. Sulphur Springs. CROP BULLETIN. The Outlook Favorable iI Most Sections of the Country. WASIUNOTON, April 19.-The weather crop bulletin says: Soedina has been inter rnpted somewhat in the spring-wheat re gions of ,Dakota and Minnesota, but ground is reported in excellent condition. Crop conditions are greatly improved in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. Con tinued rains delayed work in Nebraska and Missouri, where crops are from two to four weeks late. Conditions are improved in Michigan and Wisconsin, although crops are late, owing to excessive rams. "la owa 80 per cent. of small grains lhas been Beeded, and the rainfall has greatly benefited all crops. On tihe North Pacific coast thie weather was favorable, fall wheat is reported growingl rapidly, spring wheat is up and fruit is in full bloom. All crops and stock promise unusually well. In the Sacramento valley warm, sunshiny weather is needed. D(rain has been injured in some seotions by the Hessian flv. Other crops are excellent in Sonoma valley, athoughll the Bartlett Iear might be injured by blight unless sunshine lnd wind prevent. In San Joaquin valley graini prospects are greatly improved. All crops are backward on account of cool, cloudy weather, but the outlook is genttr ally good. In southern California cool, cloudy weather has been unfavorable for fruit, but rain has benefited grain and lihy. Nix Months Piay lIue. INDIANAOaroIs, April 19.-The conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen of the Indiana Midland raihoad have struck for six months' hack pay. 'he engineers took the mail cars through without passenger coaches. A Titled Iebhaunhe. LoNnoN, April 19.-Capt. Verney, liberal memober of parliament, against whom a war rant was issued on the charge of having pro cured a girl for immoral purposes, was ar rested yesterday. The prisoner was arraigned in court. Miss oeckett was present and de tailed at length the tactics adopted to in veigle her into wrong doing, Capt. VernIey was identified by Miss aeokett as the man introduced to her as Wilson. Miss Beckett then described in detail the attemutes this man made to induce her to ookabit with hia. After some frther teetimony the rns. of the ease weeas adjored until Se 't, The captin was released on The Mask of Bead.. Boraro, April l,--In the United States court a bill in equity has been flied by L. C. Dresser, holder of *$0,000 of income bondsof the Western division of the Atlantic & Paci.ic lilway company, against that corporation and the Boston tfe Deposit a T'rrpat company. The court is nasked to gyant an anjunction restraining the Atlantic o Pacili company from paying interest on the earnings of the Waestern dlyimon upon second mortgage bonds; that said bonds be adjlge4d Inferior to the income bonds, and that the company be enjoined from paying anything till after accounting with the plainmtiff. The court issued anorder, notice returnable June 1. ,Bire Down Below. New YoaR, April 10.-,The felt covering of the boiler of the revenue cutter Chandler took fire yesterday in some unaccount able manner while the vessel was on the way down the bay. Capt. Littlefield ran the cutter alongside the dock at quarantine and the flames were extinguished with slight damage. Herediltary Insanity. Siovx FAr,ts, S. D., April 101.-Mrs. Frank Hyde to-night 'administered morphine to her two young children and then commit ted suicide. She left a note for her husband stating that insanity was hereditary in her family and she thought it better to end the lives of all. Accidents to Firemen. CucAnoo, April 119.-Four firemen of track company No. 9 were precipitated to the ground by a defective ladder last night and were seriously injured- Going to another fire, two iiremen were fatally injured by the breaking of an axle on a hose cart. Look at This. Commencing April 5 we will sell all kinds of chewing and smoking tobaccos at factory prices. OPPrENEIMER & Asu. International Hotel Block. Fifty more new spring jackels just in by ex press at imrutell's. Misers' fast black hose only 25 cents, at The Bee Hive. Boys' fast black bicycle hose at The Bee Hive, only 5tIc. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. Dinner from eleven to three at the Hon Ton. Board and rooms at Miss Neagle's, 113 Clark street. James W. Barker, merchant tailor, Main street, opposite First National bank. iNECKWEAR" * :and: - FANGy VESTS. - LATEST - FASHIONS. B ELECTION HATS. All the Best Blocks and Latest Makes at BJ\BGOGJ<S. RANCH FOR SALE. Fine ranch near Helena, 60o acres; 25 acres in hay. Excel lent garden, nearly two acres. Plenty of water, and entire ranch can be irrigated. Large house in first-class condition. Two good stables. Spring water brought to house and yard in pipes. Also valuable franchise in connection that will pay 25 per cent on investment. Will be sold cheap for cash, or exchanged for improved city property. GLASS & FLETCHER, Real Estate, Mines and Loans. Cor. Grand and Jackson. A BARGAIN " "--1N-" . HOUSES! Two 7-room Frames, bath, closets, stables, etc., near Rod ney street, FOR GASH. EASY TERMS. E. S. FRENCH & CO. eldl BlooLs Slsh Baking Pj, Powden Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. W. D. Talhott Having Purchased the GRySTAL JESTJ\URA.1T, * *" ORAID STILEET, REAR FIRSr NATIONAL BANK, a " Will cater to the wants of his patrons with the best the market affords Short Orders Served at all --Regular Dinner from 12 Hours. IIM to 5 P. M. DI:NIER, 50 CTS. Family Trads a Specialty. Courteous and Attentive Walters. Yours to Servo. W. D. TALBOTT. Under New Management. THE BON TON Is now being run as a strictly First-Class Short Order Restaurant. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. H. FERRIS, Proprietor South Main St., Helena Tr HELENA GAFE, - - -Having changed hands, the new proprietors,- - - Messrs. Erhardt & Berger, Announce to the public that they will continue to do busi ness at the old stand, No. 33 South Main street. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT " " * " * " OPEN DAY AND NIGHT A FIE INTEREST INVESTMENT TWO Brick Houses on Lot 8oxioo, only few mirnites' walk from Postoffice. Houses rent for $68.oo per month. STEELE & OLEMENTS. M. D. PEARSALL. E. E. SALISBURY NEW YORK CEMENT COMPANY. Sidewalks, Basement Floors, Coping, HOrse Blacks WIINDOW SILLS, ETO. Same kind of walk as around CASTLE GARDEN and BATTER Y PARK, N. Y. Warranted equal to stone, and not as slippery. All work guaranteed. Address or Call, 12 Harrison Avenue. J. P. PORTER, DEALER IN - Real Estate * AND MINES. OFFICE-Basement Power Block, corner Sixth avenue and Main street, Helena.; SpeiaI Oferings of Great alue - THIS WEEI AT FOWLES' G}ASJI STORE. NTotingham Caurtains, 40 inches at $0; reduced from $. wide and 3 yards long, only 75 ienirbys at 7, 10; redud from $12. :ents per pair. Ch leat $7, $9, and $12.6O Also beautLifll patterns bound (crim at i0c.; Madras at iOo. and with tape, 42 to 52 inches ui 15c.; Wool Madras at 45c., 500., ridth and 3 1-2 yards long, at 65c.,and 75c.; Silkoline at 20o. 61.50, $2.25, $3, $3.25 and $4,25 oer pair. ('ream White Batiste, with polka Irish point Lace at $7, $9, and l' dots in red, blue and yellow, $1.50 per pair. only 15c, per yard. FOWLES' CASH STORE. The Leading.Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods House in Montana, A 88EBSMNT N®lr OiE.--OPFICE OF T* Co(cade Land company, room 1, PoWsr building, Helen+. Montana. April 7th. 1891.-No. tice Is hereby geien that, at a resul~ r monthly meeting of the tiustee of. (cedoe Land company, held on the 7th dat of April, l8910 an masesement of ton (10) cents yep share was leylied upon the capital stook of ti Caecade Land companyon, payabhe on the 10th day of May, 1891, to B. Urown secretary of said com. Dany, at the company's ol$e, room No. 1, Powag building. in the oity of Helena, Montana. Anp stork upon which aso eument hall remauia unpaid on the lit day or Jone. 1l91, shall be deemed delinqesnt. and, ha'l be duly sdvrtl d for bale at public auction. and unless paynnt shall be made hbefore. will be sold on the let d of Joly. 1891. to pay delinquent asesemment. t. gether with thi eost, of advertialng and epOenie of sale. B. BROWN. seoretaor. GRAND PALACE HOTEL. 81 to 103 North Clark St, CHICAGO, SMinutes froeu Court House. -Beoth Plans--. Weekly, $3 00. Traanlent, IOc up. leetaurant by Compagnon. lateChlcagoClubokL Popular Prices. New House. Cut thin out for further reforeue.