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HELENA BOARD OF TRADE
Taking Steps to Secure the Trade of the Cour d'Alene a Country. Two Propositions Made for Start- ti ing a Broom Paotory In This City. The Coming of the Teachers-An Appeal Made for Aid for the Montana Ucilverasty. The Board of Trade, at its meeting last t night, tranesacted quite a large amount of i important business. Vice-President Will lam Muth presided, and among those pres eat were A. M. Hotter, T. H. Klenechmidt, Albert Kleinsohmidt, Richard Lookey, A. I W. Lyman, W. H. Orr, A. M. Esaler, George 0 E. Boos, Homer Hewine, Marcus Lissner, Sam Schwab, Dr, W. M. Bollard, E. M. Hoyt. J. B. Sanford, it. C. Wallace and L. A. Walker. Richard Loekey stated that he had re cently spent some days in Wallace and other parts of the Casur d'Alene country, and found there a strong desire to do bust nets with Helena. The people of the Creur d'Alenes were dissatisfied with Spokane and Portland, whose merchants did not have the same interests and who did not seem to understand the needs of a mining community. Now people had to travel 500 miles to get to Wallace. The Northern Paciflo branch from Mis soula to Wallace would be finished next month and the trip could be made in four teen hours. Mr. Lockey read an article from the Wallace Free Press, showing the cool reception the Spokane excursionists met with, as an evidence that the Comur d'Alenes were not anxious to trade with places to the west of them. Continuine, Mr. Lockey said that he felt sure that by paying proper attention to the Ccenr d'Alenes the business from that section would come to Helena. They were going to have Fourth of July celebration at Wal lace sad wanted a Montana orator. He thought that in return the people there would organize an excursion to Helena. A committee of twelve was appointed to meet President Oakes, of the Northern Pa cific, on his arrival to-day, and to conau,t with him in reference to freight rates and the contemplated excursion to the COmur d'Alenes. The same committee will make all arrangements for the excursion and for a Iourth of July speaker from Helena to deliver an oration at Wallace. The com mittee consists of: A. M. Holter, T'. H. Kleinschmidt, S. T. liauser, C. A. Broad water, A. W. Lyman, Geo. E. Booe, Richard Lockey, John B. Sanford, Albert Klein schmidt, A. H. Ealer. R. C. Walker and L. A. Walker. Two propositions were submitted for the establishmentof a broom fac1oryin Helena. One was from J. B. McKay, who gave the following prospectus of such a concern: The product of a six mrohine works for two months would be 1,600 dozen brooms, which, at $3 per dozen, would be $4.800. The cost of material and other expenses for the two months would be: two carloada broom corn. $1,200; handles for 1,00(1 dozen brooms, $250; in terest for two mouths on plant, $50; rent of factory two monts, $50; cost of making 1,600 dozen brooms at 75 cents per dozen, $1,200; twine and other supplies, $150; freight, $400; salary for superintendent two months, $200; total, $3,500. The profit on tw carluladsa of rnom nur and other ma twq carloids of brnom horn and other ma teralt in two months would be $1,050. In addition to this Mr. McKay stated that he c had had sixteen years' expe:i ence in the business. While he had no money to put t into it himself. he was willing to start in any shape or form. He was satisfied that 1 this was a good place for such a factory, as I there were none of the kind within 1,200 miles. The other proposition came from t Joseph F. Semensky. He said twat brooms weighing twenty pounds to the dozen could be made for $1.30 per dozen and s sold at $2.25. Those of twenty five pounds to the dozen would cost $1.50 per dozen and sell for $3 and $3.50. Three winders and two sewers would t produce twenty-five dozen brooms a day, employing five men and a boy. The super- 1 intendent's salaty would be $125 a month. Mr. Semeneky said this would be a good place for a factory. If the citizens would give the lot he would put up the building. It would cost $5,000 to get the machinery and start the factory in good working shape. Homer Hewina, Marcus Lissner, E. M. Hoyt, I. C. Wallace and Albert Klein schmidt were appointed a committee to confer with the projectors of the bloom factory. A. W. Lyman, from the committee to in vite the National Board of Teachers to Hel ena for next vear's session, reported that two meetings had been held and sub-com mittees on finance and transportation ap mointed. The finance committee had se cured $830, of which $650 was already paid. It was bored to get enough to make the total $1,000, which they thought would be sufficient. The transportation com mittee had waited on the railroads and had been promised every co-operation. The roads would send representatives to To ronto to back up the invitation from Helena, ind would make one fare for the round trip for those attending the conven tion here. Letters had been received from other points promising co-operation in bringing the convention to Helena, and he thought success was assured. The attention of the board was called to the condition of the Montana university. 'I he building had been completed a year ago, at a cost of $55t4X0. It was in debt $25,000, which four men, Fred Gamer, John W. 'I hompson, Dr. Tower and himself, had to shoulder, being on the notes. The uni versity people felt that the citizens of Hel ena should help them out, its the inttitu tion was not for their own good, but for the good of the community. Dr. F. P. lower stated that the institu tion must have a $40,000 or $50,000 endow ment fund. Tho trusteeswere htridicapped by the impression widespread throughout the state that Helena had not done enough for the university to justify outside sup port. This city at the start had given Iui acres and subscrited something over $13, 000. Lees than $2,000 had been added sines. They were much pleased with the interest shown by the Ioard of Trade last January but quite disappointed at the frnits. Dozens had given their beat wisheos, their pray ers, and tl'eir promises for the indefinite future. Bnt indefiniti futures would not pay the notes in the bank. Ii tic univ ratty had $15,000 it would ctncetl its indebtedness and be left in ii good position to secure the endowineift fund. They wntled the money in a few weeks. I. H. lliwey, Itibhard Loetey, Dr. W. M. Blullard, F'ed Gainer andrt C. W. Cannon were appointed a com natteo to nct in conjunction with Dr. Tower. ''terrnu u n's .1 Inventlt Orthe'lra, asslted by his other pupils,at t ltg'e tIperea iouse, A grand epeclal sale of tacte lontring anti drapery tate tactie sited for lhie w e'' et iii. I~tiw Yottk Itey Itosl ttetcr't. A tel1 letter wet' for tinue that want a haryeain in rich aid doli rate lares. Go to 'It tier lIly for areuanine. itnaily Excurcton. The Northern Pacific riilroad will sell Sunday excursion tickets during the sum mer at one fare for the round trip from Helena to Mirynville, 'lownsetnd, Alhambia, J-feisotn, ttulder, Boulder lout Springs, Avon, Ellistun, Dleer Lodge and Werim Mprligs and return. 'Tickets on sale Saturdays and Sundays. (iood to return until Monday following. A. 1). EnnAu, Gien'l Agt. ('l11s. 8. Feu, G. t. rind T. A. Grea tdrite int lioe' summrter underwiar thit week "#-the Ilee hlisý SPOONS WERE TOQ SMALL. Crushed strawberries and Peaches Were In the Padding. On Tuesday evening a large audience as sembled in the main room of the Helena TI Business college to listen to and watch a demonstrative lecture on cooking by Miss Katherine Burge, a graduate of the cooking school of Philadelphia. Among the audi ence were not a few yoang men who looked as it they were undecided as to whether they werecoutcmplating continual celibacy g and desired to learn the onlinary art, or whether they were taking notes for the benefit of some fair pupil whom they would soon tntor. A fine gasoline stove stood on the platform only waiting the touch df a match to make it ready for operation. A kitchen table covered with white oil cloth A was near the stove. It held an array of earthern bowls of various sizes, tin cups, wooden spoons, spice boxes, roiling pins and other cooking utensils. Prof. Engeihorn in a pleasing manner in troduced the little lady who was to instruct much older heads in that most difficult and provoking of all arts, the art of cooking eo well. Dressed in a plain light muslin gown b with a long white apron and dainty cap, her white hands looked as though they y could make a pudding fit for a king. She T first gave a recipe for the "jolly boy." a it species of cake and not a biped. Theu she a, demonstrated the recipe by totnally com- C pounding one before the spectators, telling the different ingredients and how they were a to be proportioned and mixed; how a table- li spoonful of butter mesnt two tablespoons Ii exactly full, and that in measuring you of must not at one time use a coffee cup, at a another a teacup and some other cup at an other time if you desire to have the article 0 you are cooking always the same. She V spiced her demonstrations with bright say I ings and witty sarcasms. She made the y gentlemen present feel in a most happy Ii mood by saying: "I think the men in Hel- a enn are so nice; they are so kind and accom s modating;" but when she suggested to the ladies that ia was not tiresome to beat a p paste ten minutes if they would let their I husbands do the beating, the smile on their I - faces vanished. t While the "jolly boy" was set aside to F - raise she told how to make a most delicious J pudding called a "brioche." The sauce or dressing consisted of crushed etrawberries with plenty of sugar, and a syrup made of one cup of sugar into which was put a r quantity of peaches out into small pieces; b this was put on the pudding and when it J was all prepared it was cut in pieces and Y each person in the audience given a "taste." Y Everybody wished that the spoun was r larger or the audience smaller. All pro a nounced it "just lovely" and vowed they o would go home and make one just like it. Other receipts were given and the method of making and baking demonstrated. Stne e related the origin of "light" bread: "The e chef of a far eastern potentate having made I. a "batch of bread set it one side and while o attending to his other duties forgot all about it. When he came to look at it he found the dough in a state of ferment d In an agony of doubt as to what he could do or say to appease the wrath of his mas k ter for not having the warm bread for din e ner, he bethought himself of a scheme. He r mixed up a new batch and worked the sour dough into it. When it came out of the ovens behold the beautiful loaves. The t_ pasha was so delighted with the new bread d that he commanded him to over after make the bread as he had that time." The chef d had merely done what all bread makers do every day. The sour dough had acted as a isleaven. a leavs Blige will give another demonstra e tion lecture next week. Petermann's Juvenale Orehestra,assisted bIy his other pupiis, at Ming's Opera house, July 2. d (n d-hand Carlabal china tea set, 5l pieces, is splendid goods, only $12, at The l3ee Hive. 1- Ladies', mieres and ch'lriren's fast black hose if at The Lee Hive for 20c. and Hr. , GENTLEMEN'S RACE. ro An Exciting Contest Between Helena Fly ers Saturday Afternoon. in A eporting event of rare interest and ex ie citement will be a gentlemen's driving race le which will take place at the fair grouinds, three p. m., Saturday. As there has long at been a difference between the friends of the as Helena dyers as to which has the best )0 horse, the matter is to be put to a test at in that time. The stakes are a dinner at the Id Broadwater at the conclusion of the race. d t he entries closed yesterday, and the fol ý lowing horses will appear, driven by their owners: Duncan Hunter's Pilot, S. E. id Atkinson's Ben Hur, Walter King's Jerry, d and E. \V. Bach's Frank; mile heats, best y two in three. The event is sure to draw a large and fashionable audience, and give b rise to some large side wagers. All of the d gentlemen are willing to back their horses Id to any amount. Dr. J. W. Essig, dentist, has removed to the Power block, rooms 510 and 511 fifth floor. Sheet music at The lieu Hive only 10 cents per copy. The best baby carriages can ba found at The Pea Ejve. From $;I to $10 saved by buying at this well-known establishment, Freight Rates. The Union Paciflo is prepared not only to make the same freight rates from Duluth and West Superior to Montana common points no are made by northern lines, but on freight traffit reaching Milwaukee or Chi cago from the east via the lakes, destined to Montana common points, will make same tates as can be made via the lakes and Duluth or West Superior, this route via Milwaukee or Chicago being much quicker. H. O. WLosoN. F. A P. A.. 28 North Main street. Fireworks! 'Fireworksal Wholesale and retail, at Quang, Hing & Co.'s, No. 209 West Main street, Chinatown. Helena, Mont. They keep the best and lamest, and also sell cheaper than any other store in the state. Orders by mail prompt ly attended to. Men's gray summer undleeavr only 80c, ler suit: mold: ~i=]r ihrtad. jl pr cult; chstalt-, liahb-ivgan. 1l.21 ie suit, and ftans strited liat briggaot. 1.t0 p, t suit, at Thl ties. Clive. A largo line of gents' neckswear at The Bee hive for ten cents. Look at Thl. Commencing April 5 we will sell all kinds of chewing and smoking tobaccos at factory prices. OPPENUHEIRtm & Ass,. International Hotel Block. Military hall. Don't forget the grand military ball given by Troop A, July 3. A gland time assured to all. Fourth of July Excursions, 1891. For the above holiday excursions the Montana Central railway will sell tickets to stations on their lsne within a distancs. of 31l miles from Helena at one and one-fifth fare for the tound trip. Dates of stlo, July 1 and 4; limited to exuire July it. 11. 11. LenAtuoc, (Gen'i Ticket Agt. A dtetrnle I ditttr ot :nunsiuiins 1li pieces, only ste.:0, is eousidertd to be one of the great bargs ins at 'ho lt It. ive. rhe cteaje'ut itlase in ltow for navels is Tie lIes 1ive. 0" RnICEL agali Ba king Ued MPo w der Used in Millions of Homes-40 Years the Standard. RECORD OF THE COURTS. A The Barker Tailoring Establishment Assigns for the Benefit of Creditors. QC Richard Boidoman Gives Bonds tf and is Released From the et County JaiL 0r A New Jury to be Summoned To-day in W the District Court-Judgments En. tered. w - P. James W. Barker, owner of the tailoring h establishment opposite the First National bank, on Main street, made an assignment yesterday for the benefit of his creditors. 'The totni liabilities amount to $8,B70.ti5' ti the largest creditors being the First Nation ai bank of this city and John B. Ellison & Co., of Philadelphia. A. J. Davidson is the ti assignee and will dispose of the stock and P fixtures and other property of Barker to liquidate the claims. It is thought that o enough will be realized to eatisfy all claims p against the establishment. The schedule l of the assignment divides the creditors Into d two classes as follow: t CLASS NO. 1. First National bank ..................58,5lte 001 1 Edwarrl It. Reynolds .............. . .1,20c 00) t 1amuel Nrlehn .................... 130 00 Lillie I. Bairker ................500 A. S. Hedge.............. ............. 4(0 00 Thoma (hruse ravings bank .............h b W. A.t'herr'rnn................ (1h0 t01 Perry. hurceil & Brennan.... ........ J (e CO Fieldl, Blenedict & to.. Clicago.......254 65 CLASS NO. 2. r befoande . .re ....................r 3 (10 00 SBeide n holford .....l... e...o...... 0 SA. 11. Curtin~................. 41) (00 Reed & Rinds ....................... 5 0 i. 112 i'rten & Co .e.r . ............ 14 100 Paoner Drug Co ...... ate..... .. 00 i-rl're liae Co ................ 25 tel Citizeni Electric Ught o ................25 SJohn 1i. llison Ce..dll iadelphia...2 (,00 01 Alberer, Sther & Co .................r130 00 Eureka Bilk Cr., Chiago ............. 25 (1n0 Win. Tkinner llanuf'g Co.o Chicago. 2500 Corticeili Bilk Co.. B tt. Lotiser..........200 LJ. 1. Nugent, New York ...............11 10 Total ........... ................58,1370 65 5 Seldeman Released. mRichard W. Seidemoan has been released e from the county jail, where he has been th sie his appearance before Judge Fleisdher ,0 lest week. A few days ago he was brought ae before Judge Hunt, who made an order d that eideman should be rleased upon filing proper bonds to sufport the child until it is lB years old. Beidewan has filed Stwo hods, which have approved by Judge Jd Hunt. One of the undertakings is made by to eidemnan individually in the sum of $5,000 f for the faithful performance of the judge's :eorder, which requires him to pay $25 per 3fmonth. The other bond is for $500, i t and is given as security that a he will comply with the order. Ljury Leidiger is on the bond with Beide man. Four hundred dollars have been paid to teclerk of the court by Beideman for the support of the child. He is ordsred to d prb the court on Oct. 1, 1892, and maefrte payments and await the further order of the court. s, To Try Cases. Judge Hunt. of department No. 1, isened vs an order yesterday for a venire of twenty eight jurors returnable this morning. No jury lies been on attendance in the district court for a week. There are a number of cases ready fur trial which will be disposed r- of at once. Civil ]Business. Department No. 2. Celestia B. Priest vs. Jack Frost et al. Plaintiff ordered to file bond for $200. Samuel Kelly vs. Chestnut Valley Canal Company. Amended motion taken under advisement. Laird, Norton & Co. vs. Geo. H. Pow. Demurrer taken under advisement. Real Estate Transfers. C. W. Cannon to M. F. Major, lot 5, block 601, Hoback & Cannon addition; $761. John D. McIntyre to L. M. Cadwell, lot 16, block N, Blake addition; $3,200. W. Frederickson to Gotrick Huse, west one-half of a tract bounded on the north by the south line of First street, original town site; $3,000. . John H. Hardwick to E. W. Knieht, one third interest in lots 1 and 2, in section 3, township 0 north of range 3 west; $1,000. Some of the best musical talent in the city at lPetermann's Juvenile Orchestra performance on July 2. Crockery of all kinds at The Bee Ilive. Buy one of those decorated chamborsets at The Beoe live for $i.75. Railroad Notes. Agent Edgar has received a consignment of the Helena folders for free distribution. A party of Raymond excursionists spent three hours in Helena yesterday, guests of the Broadwater. J. H. Willoughby, northern passenger agent of the Lake Shore, with headquarters at St. Paul, is a visitor in Helena. Peposits of $1 and upwards received by blon tana Savings bank and live per cent. interest paid thereon. Some of the best musical talent in the city it P'etermann's Juvenile Orchestra performance on July 2. Curling irons at The loe Hive from 15i. to 35c. Oning to Canada. Fiom time to trie for a number of years coetlain of our citizens have gone to Canada, but it cannot be said that we are proud of them. Now we are going to give Miss Can eda n look at our teachers-Uncle San's favorite children. We apprehend that this will settle thi question of annexation. By the wery, everybody is going via the Wa bash road. If you do not wish to travel alone, or in had company, use that line from Chicago. Two daily trains right through to Toronto. Mlroney ht loan by Montana Navinte bank on good city property or irproved ranes s. ttranito ironwartre, tinware, titcher utensils and ceirap counter goods at lire loe (live. Peteurmanns .u5venile Orceistrn.asistedI by his other pnpils,at Ming'sOperA Hlouse, What a Noted Physirlan Ntys. W. C A. Wisdom:Jan. 31, IS. Dear tiir-As you requested I have exam. uied the formula of your toilet ptrepattiot called'l rIbertine." 1 can easuro u rr that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, atd that the conipounel would form an excelleses appiriation in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours trrulf, Airteeran DeAN irvhAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, Rush Medical Col lege and P. A. Surgeon, U. 8 l. Ii. S. A New List of Very Special Offerings Selected from Raleigli & C1ark 's. The great persuaders and the great Ni convincers of the truth that theirs is the only store in Helona where you are sure of buying reliable Dry Couds at Ni rock bottom prices. We had a tremendous rush at our silk i counteri last week, notwithstanding the inclemeney of the weather; but who would not brave the elements to scure Ni one of those silk dress patterns that are worth $1.25 a yard in any market, which N we are selling for the ridioulously low price of O,0 a yard or that extra heavy quality ua ually sold at $1.50 a yard we have cut just half into and will offer you this week for 75c a yard. Those beautiful Inportid China Crepe de N Chines in all the mist (lisrale even'ng tints are the admiration of 1ll who have N seen them, aid are so d everywhere at $i,: a yard. We are selling thema thii week for a $1.25 a yard. Now is the time to provide yoir4'lf with a new I party dress at a nominal cost. An early inspection of the bargains offered in our Bilk and Dress Goods do t partme*nts this week is requested. The r Sbar-.ains we are offering you cannot be duplicated in Montana. Come early in the morning. Our store is openlrom p seven a. m. to six p. mn., excepting Sat. urdays, when we are open as long as I there is a dollar in eight. al eigh & Cl e. D 8 ELENA BOKING CHOOL, SOpen Now No. 709, )9th Ave. O BA\BGOGJK'S d Straw Hats and a it ii r -UNDERWEAR id For Hot Weather. Dr Ime Fast Black and Balbriggan SSHIRTS. Jo et - of id Negligee, Puff Bosoms, al. Madras and Silks, al IN STOCK OR TO ORDER. W. BABCOCK & okCO. j i. JR. DJ'EW. 9 JUST RECEIVED An invoice of Gent'eman's ele gant and fashionable shoes in all widths and sizes. DREW'S SHOE STOYE, Opposite Grand Central Hotel. 31891. 1891. THE PLEASURE STEAMER, 'ROSE OF J-IELENA," Makes regular trips through "late of Mountain" on the Mievouri river, from Hilgor'a Latding to Pioa'o t'anyon and Ileartooth Mountain and ro tOrn, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and nundays, duor ing the present navigable season, having 1lii ger's Landing at I1 a. it. and return by t:tt It n. of same day. Will also make eperial trips with parties of ten pereon or more on liondays. Wednesdays. Fridays and taonrdays, during ,amto hours sI the day. Fare for one person to Pienie - Canyon and returon regular trips. $2i. l; to tleartooth Mountain, S3. For partist of fifteen or more ptreoan, $2 oa'h i. Pirnic COnyon, and t Ieartooth 12 60. paecial trpis for parties of teos - or more to 'ienio tanyon $2,50; to ieartooth $3. For parties of fifteen or moeo on alchai trips $2 eachs. Far parties of fifteen or more on ops - eial or regalar trips. Including oenveyaneo ler John t'itler's band-wagon, from Hleltna to liii ger's, and from Hilgor's to Pionio Canyon and return to Htelena, leaving Heleaa at 7 a.i. and retuorn at 6:20 p. ot. otme day, $; pert reron. N. HILtsElt. Proprietor. N J. McCONNELL, Architect and Superintendent. oioms 88 and 87, third floor Montana National iank UnilUditta. Prompt'attnation given to orders from eltents at home or abroad. By strict attention to use - Iebt 1 hone to retain the patronage of old olientt and merit tte confidence of any atv all who m~ay ell 1,lo:: tos ito my ralsacity as seteliteset and prne/tnt o the etenotesetlon of bnltdiates jp'aýna etailols attt speuoijatilooaSgtteo out 1Wr I 'anoo n awryoeljlas on t 6 shortest no. LOOK AT THIS. There Are No Flies on These Prices. BOLD ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. No. 47 -New brick cottage, South Badnejy,,ý thr.., to m, and basement; lot, 25x1401 82 down. 4,15 per mounth. . .Prio., $10,00. No!. 4$-Three room dwelling, hay and wood selid, o einllo tvesnot, hinrin from eloctrlc line; 0200 cash. bilanee $25 per mnih,.... . . ..... .. .. rices, 51,050 No, 8-Three room toune wooth Iodney, stbb1, J etc.; lot m0o116; $200towr , $12 per month. . . . . . . . .Price, 1101 No. 414--Floe r Tm hooe. larigo barn, shed., 'well; lot llUat4it; N. P. addition; $500tdash, $54 pw r month .. . ..Price. $1,000 No 50--lour reol hornet, east aide; it 50alkO; e nearbneio.senter; $6 0Jcanb . $i2 . per month. ........t 1.rir.' SI .700 No, 5l-New honee. live roome. west. aids, reoc the. pantry and rollaer solie water; tbo tr'o from electric moto.r; 3.iJ casch,25 bar month lNo. 14--Fuee room raommendios ITelse, reet. r sde hlolllarge cloecte, pant ry, water in kiteti rn; bi o $2s5i per .nmti .. Price. $1,800 No. ll--$ilx rooms, east gui., pantry, cellar golo:bokfrom cii,tcor; 61100 cash 12i Nt. 54 NEw hiiEo. siz roome. wet stile, ran t try. eluteoi liar, wacer. etc.; bliock from et lectir )lie; $1fi0 caeih, $25 pee m..nth.... ........ Price, $'2,000 1lie following will he solil according to terms tano t dd No. to lEiht room aloetonc ho., all modern in in,.ernenti, Biroadway; haork wovid tinish. I-amy trim,.. ..... rrcs. $0,000 0 No. 214- li lgit room brick, near corner Bteattie ,eand t.itlh ave.; cdly fiirnishedk; tEnts for 5 ter month. ' his is a big bargain,. n. .................... Price. $851.00 11 N-. 18-Four room frame, new. Tenth avenue, t. rear niotor; rente for 4114.10 pier month. liasy 1 terms e...............rice reduce, $1,400 No. Ap-Seven rooms and bath, new mo.ern improvements, corner Second anti Beattie. Tern., to cult.............. !rice, $3,800 Mo. &.-Eleganthnute, west eide. iowis atrret, mortgage S1tOft. stab $10, haaneto stil. ...... . . ...Price, $3 100 No. Ill-Six room brick, lot 11116140. 1(icgtht ave.; Part ceas, balance four ysaru. Price, $1.200 No. b3t-Five roomis and bath, new, on Spruce ci.; hot water heating; twit 12x140...rite, $4,200 No. 00--Nix rioomo and bath, Hemlock street; furnace heat, otable. chicken honer. Tern,., - easy ...........................Price, $0.500 Fell list of miningetocks an hand.' Call and see my prices. BelEttoand Mining Stock Exchange. GOO .ALAD BLOCK. A FINE RESIDENCE AT A BARCAIN! Eight-Room Fr ame House on Lawrence street. Sheds, stables, etc. Ample grounds. Houses for Sale ant' Rent in all parts of the city. E.S. French &Co. GOLD BLOCK. B. lBICHER, *'* IR WIN, C.. U 2nd F:oor Herald Building. FIELD " & CO., BLA NK - - MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS For Bar, Angle, Too and Sheet Iron, 00s ePte PGalvanizedad Co rrLN.t (ONT. S ORIbeam.. AIles, HingesE, and ErnuOkt W eoDON eam Smps, Engines and }ailers. Cutan andi WiJro e NalGrttos. TO O B OL -Te J e Steelhooirng. Dllurte ieSluee. ý SSTORAGE Rsls AND-Hroto CO MSIN ECA tS 1332 BozemanStoves and Steel epaugs, Tool Steel. __o__l _ htLampw and lanterns. Nuts and Washersh Carriage how ls, Fire Brick and Clay. Books Neatly Ruled and Printed. we TTSBURGe o CK ounAer MOT gSES MORRIS, WILLIAM STEELS, Jom. J. HIoiDSUeo. MORRIS, STEELE & HINDSON, SUCCESSORS TO Montana Grairu & produce Goo . HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. 1332 Bozeman St., Helena. Telephone 108. FOVILES' CASH STORE People whu trade with ts KNOW that we carry superior high class OTIer h bntljo i e ro matter how low our prices. The follow ing lines tun ire ia big ru i. so COME EARLY, us the quantity Ibs lim itetd. The prices seem ridiculous, but we guarantee values as adver tised. In antrimeed hats we havi placed on our bargain counter a gi at vIariety of sihapse, worth from 50c to $1.25 each; your choice for only rl5c. Ladies' gosCsaiers, regular price $1, this week only 65o. Our full line or stc el and pearl buckles, worth from 0oc to S1.:45 eaclh this wick only 15o oach. Tourist Ruoinig at Ccil and r so per box. The ittest iue of parasols and silk umbrellas, from y 3c up. iN NOTI'ltNS-'l boxes assorted hair pins for ioo; 2 spoils white tape for So; cords darning cottou for 50; wire hair brusues 2to; 4 paper pins for li N. In Iiamnbsrg l k gings you will find baskets full, worth from 10C to 15e per yard; taeioe all you want at be per yair qo. We ovler at only 2in to per yard a couplete line of mertne dotted voilings; our regular psrice. 2Cc. Derby Satin Curtains, regular priod $12 per pair; this week only $'J. Also, one lot of Children's seamless hose at 103 per pair. Cotton F1igured Madras Curtains, only 10d per yard. F'igured silks, worth $1 and $L 25 per yard, for 75o. Nothiag like those silks has bcen offered in this city at the prices quoted. 'L'ho abovtt greet bargains to be found only at FOWLES' CASH STORE. The Leading Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods House in Modtna FREE EXllITION F -AT TEN P JRA QON, Jackson St., Opposite Opera House Of W. Livingstone Anderson's Die. ramic Painting of The Grand CanyonRz Dof the Yellowstone. Wilcox, the New York artist, has this to say of the picture: "A genuine novelty and corn. memorate work of art, which no person should fail to see." Real Estate and Mines OFFICE: Easement Power Block, corner Sixth Avenue and Main Street, HELENA. "I -FOR SALE!. : 4,000 HEAD Good, Young Stock Sheep. 2,500 J-IEJ\D Three and Four-year old Wethers. Can deliver July i, 1891. For particulars, write or call on JOS. HIRSHBERG, Fort Benton, Mont.