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Bor4d of Equalization Say They Must Pay Taxes on Their Mortgages. Aj Inorease of Nearly Tw. .ty Millions to the Asseusable Valuation: County Asueeon Ordered to Make Be taumr of All Deeds of TTret on Reieord." Yesterday the state board of equalization issued a eiroular letter to all county asse.s more in' the state directing them to make re turn of all mortgages filed of railroad com panies in their respective counties. Attor ney General Haskell, one of the members of the board, said yesterday that under the revenue law passed by the legislature last winter all mortgages held by individuals were made liable to taxation, and that the board proposed to see that railroad mort gages should be taxed also. He estimates that by this means the assessable value of property within the state will be increased by something between $15,000,000 and $20, 000,000. It is not yet known whether the companies will attempt to resist this action of the board. The roads affected are the Great Northern, Montana Central. North ern Pacific, Northern Pacific & Montana, Great Falls & Canada, Montana Union, Oregon Short Line, Utah Northern. The circular to the assessors is: "Dear Sir: This department is in receipt of information that there is on ile in your county a mortgage given to secure the pay ment of certain promissory notes or bonds made, issued and signed by the - - Railroad company, which mortgage in eludes the roadway, roadbed, rails, rolling stook and all machinery used by the said road, and as well all buildings, depots, station grounds, round-houses and work shops belonging to such railroad company; which said mortgage was given to some trust or load company doing business out side of Montana. You have returned to this board no statement of the existence of , such mortgage. This is to request that you make an examination of the records of the office of the county clerk in your county, and ascertain if there is a mortgage ca record against such railroad company, to secure the payment of any notes or bonds issued by said company. Should it ap pear that our information is correct, we suggest that you immediately make a demand upon the person, per sons, company or corporation named therein as mortgagee, for a list thereof, as required by section fourteen of an act concerning revenue. When you shall have received a reply from such person, persons, company or corporation of their willingness or re fusal to list such property, and you shall - hrve, notwithstanding their action, made a list thereof, you will then and there make a return to. this department of the amount of to a ame, and all thereof, upon the blanks prepa ed by this board and trans mitted herewith, in compliance with sec tions sixty-six and sixty-seven of the act end rule thirty-two of this board and cir cular letter No. 10 issued from this depart ment under date of May 28, 1891. Upon re ceipt of this letter you will please notify this department of your compliance or non compliance with the request herein con tained. The section of the revenue oact referred requires assessors, among other things to. make return of "all mortgages, deeds of trust, contracts and other obligations by which ac debt is secured and the property in the county affected thereby. Section 66 mentioned in the circular makes it thedoty of the county clerk to annually transmit to the assessor. on or before the first Monday in March, a co;mplete abstract of all mort gages. deods of trust. contr acts and other obligations by which any debt is secured, remaining unsatisfied on the records of his (Alice, not barred by the statute of limita tion, at twelve o'clock, meridian, on the first Monday in March of said year. Suoh abstract shall be written under appropriate headings, to embrace all information requi site for the ansessor, in a book or books to be furnished by the board of county com missioners upon the requisition of the as sessor. Should any such list be found to contain any instrument relating to lands - situated in moe than one county, it shall be the duty of the assessor to transmit to the state board of equalization all informa tion relating thereto. Section 67 reads: It is the duty of said state board of equalization to attach an apportionment of valuation of such instru ment to be assessed in each county, and the board must transmit to the assessor of each county mentioned as effected in said instrument a statement of valuation of as sessment to be levied against said instru ment in each county. The valuation so set by said state board is final, and the asses sor shall accept said valuation and charge said assessment upon said instrument ac cordingly. Should the said list contain any instrument mortgaging or pledging two or more subdivisions of land, or laud assessed in two or more subdivisions in the same county, district or city, the assessor must apportion the amount of ,asessment to be deducted from each subdivision on account of assessment against said instru ment. When. -partial payments have been made on a debt, saccued by mortgage or deed of trust, the owner is authorized to make the proper deduction, listing only the balance due on the first Monday in March. Soaps and perfumes at The fTe Hive. Don't milss the (erand Musical Jubilee at M.ng's Opera House, Thursday, July 2. Thle Bee Hive bargain co'utors are loaded down with bargains in useful household gooes. Newton Beers. Newton Beers, supported by the principal people of the original Grand Opera House, New York, company, will present Lost in London to the patrons of Ming's opera house on Friday and Saturday nights of this week. Lost in London is an English melo-drama on the spectacular order. The irincipal scenes being "'The Coal Mine," where one sees the miners with torches in their bats at work. the shaft hoisting the miners to the surface and lowering them into the mine in full operation; "Blinker's Dream," where llinker is discovered aqloop in the mine surrounded by fairits; "A Lon don Street at Nitht."showing a church in the back ground Illuminated, the pedestrians moving thither and thither. while the om cious London "bobby" is kept busy with the newsboy, tiesy dudes and the old apple woman; "Fete of Comus," and "Jobs Vis ion." The plot of the play is simple; it is a strong lesson from life, a warning to all, unwholesome to none. large line of einb:ellaa and parauole very obhap at'1l hle Ili ive. l)rs. Easlg & Footl, Dentists, Power Block. iloney to loan Ly Montana Navinue bank on good city properly or improved ranches. lSmall Attendance. About fifteen members responded to the roll call at the Builders and Manufacturers' exchange meetintg last night. The meeting wascalled to consider the following nauend moient to the by-laws: "No member of a labor union shall be elluible to membership in the exchange." Its consideration was postponed until next Monday evening on account of tile small attendano, lest night. Herman Richter, of Horsky, Miller & Co., was elcoted a member of the exchange. Dr King lhas returned and will he with us this ''-k. Ihave your eyes attended to. The J. btlaniets Jewelry ounpaumy. WORLD'S FAIR. A eeootia of the Momians Mugesn in Gov. Tooie iued 4 a0I ytitulday for a meeting of the boari of World's fair man agers for Montana ii Relena on Augn.t 8. omne active steps will be taken at that time to make further arrangements for thq proper representation of the interests of the greatest mining state in the union at hieago i 1898. Comnmissioner . H. Hrsh.teld, w o retained trom Chicago nSaturay m rln, called on the governor resterday. The governor has announced te followiappontent on the boards Stephon De Wolte, of Butte. fe Geoffrey Laveille, reig tedl Conrad Kohr, of Deer LadRe, vice Wn, ., BL.uhes reelg(ed; A. a. Joy, of LiviaiLston, vie J C. Vilas, re slgned. It was the intention to have the board of managers meet earlier, but a number of them Are out of the state and will not re turn until some time next month. Under the not qeating the World's Fair oomPission, A. H. Mitchell, of Deer Lodge ooubty, and L. H. Herseh eld, of Lewis and fJlark ceaonty, were appointed by the 'preident of the United States as commie soners to represent the state of Montana upon the commission. T. E. Collins, of Caseade county, and Benjamin F. White, of Beaverhead county, were appointed their alternates rsMrs Lily osecrean Toole, of Lewis and Clarke county, and Mrs. H. Knippenberg, of Beaverhead county, were by the president of the com mission, upon the recommendation of the commissioners of this state, appointed upon the board of lady managers. Mrs. Marian D. Cooper, of Gallatin connty, and Mrs. F. I. Worden of Missoula county, their alternates. Montana was compli mented by the appointment of Mrs. Mary S. Harrison, of Montana, as a lady man ager at large, and also the only vice pres ident at large, thus making Montana one of the eight with a representation of three lady managers on the board. Go to The Bee Hive for bargains in every de partment. Some of the best musical talent in the city at Petermann's Juvenile Orchestra pertormatsce on July 9. J. STEWART TOD. The Funeral Wednesday-A Man Who Did Much for Montana. SThe funeral of J. Stewart Tod, of Great Flls, who died Saturday last, will take place there on Wednesday morning. Mr. Tod had many friends in Helena. a number of whom will attend the services. His death was quite unexpected, having been sick less than a week, and at no time till the last day was his condition considered serious. Dur ing his illness he had constant and tender care, and everything possible was done to prolong a useful life, but without avail. Probably no man in Great Falls had more friends or took a greater interest in the progress of the city than J. itewart Tod. He arrived in that city from Minnesta about four years ago, and from the first identified himself with the leading industries of the town. Wealthy himself, he not only invested on his own account, but interested his brother, J. Kennedy Tod, the New York banke-, in the city. He built a number of business blocks, was a director in the First National bank, president of the Great Falls Realty company, secretary and treasurer of the Great Falls Stone Quarry comp'ny, and was prominent in every public enterprise. He started the North Montana Fair associ tion, becoming its secretary and one of the directors. In his death Great Falls has lost an enterprising and respected citizen, and the state at large a man who never neg lected an opportunity to aid her progress. Ladies' summer vests 10c, 15c, 25e. .Oo and up wardsat The lie Hlive. Largest line in town. Some of the best ,musical talent In the city at Peternnann's Juvenile Orchestra performance on July 2. Special drive at 25c on scissors, shears, tea and table spoons, forks, etc. at'ihe aee Hive. Keep Your Dogs at lomne. Last week the liroadwater management requested owners of dogs, when they vis ited the hotel, to leave their pets at home. The request was'made because the dogs de stroyed the flower beds. nunday, dest ite the request, a number of people took their dogs out to the hotel, let them race all over the place, and gave them, in addition, a swim in the lake. The Broadwater grounds are as free as the air to every man, woman and chtild in Montana who cares to enjoy them. The pleasure derived by visitors comes largely from the beauty of the grounds, and the management feel that it is nunjst that the pleast"to of thousands should be marred because , dozen or so men persist in taking their do.s with them when they go to the hotel. The dogs must be kept away, and if the owners do not heed this notice, it will force the adoption 6f severe measures to stop the nuisance. Bflrg ine in men's summer underwear at The fee hive. Full gray mixed 8c iper suit, mode lisle thread $1 per suit, natural balbrigganSl.25 per sa uit. Deposits of $1 and uplwards received by Mon tana Savings bank and five per cent. interest paid thureon, Young People's Local Union. At the meeting of the Young People's Local Union of Helena, composed of the Young People's societies of the First Pres byterian, Congregational, Christian and Baptist churches, held in the Pres byterian parlors in the Denver block list night, a constitution and by-laws "were adopted and provisions mads for monthly meetings. The follow ing officers were elected: F. P. Logan, president; O. F. Crane, vice-president; Miss Bliss, vice-president; Miss Marey lead, vice president; Mrs. Floyd N. Smith, vice-presi dent and secretary; D. P. Owen, treasurer. Article two of the constitution defines the purposes of the organization: "The object of the society shall be to promote an eain eat christian life among its members, to in orennetheir mutual acquaintance and to make them more useful in the service of God." Forbes & Davis-Speelalk 10,000 Jersey Blue, at 100. 1,000 Glengary, dividend payer (snap). 1,000 Cumberland (Castle). 3,000 Yellowstone (Castle) offer wanted. 2,2f0 Copper Bell. 1,000 Iron Mountain. Buy now. WANTED. 1,200 Combination (Philipsbure). Any of the above are safe buys. Oflice 20 and 27, Bailey Block. On Their Way to IHelenl. The world famous special physicians and surgeons from the Liebig World dispensary, Kansas City, Butte City and San F'rancisco, will visit Helena, July 1 to 5, only. Offices for free consultation at Merchants hotel, room 15. Same dates each and every mouth afterwards. Lost. A cluster diamond ring. Finder please return to INDEPENDENT office or Hotel Hel ena and receive suitable reward.. Ladles' Auxiliary. There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary society at Temple Emanuel on to-morrow (Wednesday), Jnly 1, at 2:i0p. m. agll1 Baking ta APowder Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. RECORD OF THE COURTS, Defendants in the Barden Mineral Land Caes Deeline to An.. swer Further. Two More Appeals to Go to the United States Supreme Court. Infringement Sait-ettlilng Water Rights to Sliver Creek - Distriot Court Judgments. The mineral land test case of the North ern Pacific railroad against U.P.Barden and others came upagain yesterday in the United States aircuit court. The defendants de clined to make any further answer, and judgment was entered against them by de fault. This is the case in which Judge Lo renzo Sawyer lately rendered a decision against the defendants. Judge Hiram Knowles' opinion was against the railroad company, but the opinion of Judge Sawyer controlls. The case is now ready to go to the supreme court of the United States for final decision. Rallroad Appeals. A. J. Urlin, of Missoula, obtained a ver dict in the United States circuit court a few weeks ago against the Northern Pacific railroad company for $7,750. Urlin was in jured in a railroad wreck with a number of others a few years ago, near Gold creek, Deer Lodge county. Yesterday the rail road company filed a petition for a writ of error, and the case will be taken to the sn preme court of the United States. Infringement of Patent. Last winter the master mechanic of the Montana Union Railway company at Butte Was awarded damages in the circuit court here by a jury for an infringement on his patent right to a dumping car which the company were using on other cars hauling ore. This case will also go up on appeal. The lawyers were arguing the matter yes terday contained in the bill of exceptions. Water Rights. B. Gehring has a case now on trial in the district court before Judge Hunt to settle certain water rights to Silver creek. There are a number of defendants. By stipulation of the parties to the suit yester day James Hicks, one of the defendants, was conceded to be the owner of a water right of 100 inches. The case will go to the jury for the determination of the rights of the other parties. Other Proceedings. Judgments were rendered by default yesterday against M. A. Meyendorff et al. in favor of E. W. Knight, cashier. for $1,873.61 and $17.50 costs, and Jacob Sul tan & Co. for $179. Informations were filed by the county attorney against Edward Morgan and John Boyd, charging them with burglary. Supreme Court. The following cases were submitted yes terday: Littrell & Moore, respondents, vs. Frank Wilcox et al. O. C. Stevenson, respondent, vs. W. H. Gelsthorpe. John H. Band, appellant, vs. Frank Servos. James Heanes, appellant, vs. Robert English. George Sweeney., respondent, vs. Great Falls and Canada Railway company. New Opera House. The Great Falls Opera House company has been organized by Paris Gibson, T. E. Collins, E. G. Maclay, John Renner, A. E. Dickerman, H. O. Chowen, Ernest Crutcher end Ira Meyers. The capital stock is $100, 000. Articles of incorporation were filed with the secretary of state yesterday. You can buys silk umbrella at The Bee Hive for $1.75. home of the best musical talent in the city at Petermann's Juvenile Orchestra performance on July 2. lig cut in prices of ladies' muslin underwear at The Bee lHive. Marysville Will Celebrate. The citizens of Marysville have arranged a first-class programme for the observance of the Fourth of July. A parade will take place in the forenoon headed by the Marys ville brass band and a grand car of state representing the states and territories. The Patriotic Sons of America, United Work men, Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias. Sons of St. George and other organizations will participate. Prizes ale offered in foot ball, 100-yard foot race, a v horse race, hammer throwing and other athletic con tests. The contests are restricted to resi dents of Marysville or vicinity. All entries must be in the committee's hands by the evening of July 1. An exhibition of fire works will be given in the evening to be followed by a dance under the auspices of the Marysville brass band to which an ad mission of $1.00 will be charged. The com mittee of arrangements who have charge of the celebration consists of Martin V. Shav, P. J. Harrigan. Frank Murray, John A. B. Carbis, C. L. Bayha. Ladies' and children's fast black hose for 200 at 'lho Bee hive. Can't be beat. The Pee Hive is selling white and decorated chinaware cheaper than anly other house in the city. 0iio tlem a call and get, prices. Wrestling Tournament. The grandest wrestling tournament ever held in the west will be given at John Free thy's place, near the Broadwater hotel, Helena, beginning July 4 and continuing for three days. The money will be divided among the winners in various sums, the largest purse being $150. Cornish will be the only style of wrestling allowed, but the tournament will be Iree for all, nobody 'barred. Six entries have already been made. It ought to bring together the best wrestlers in the country, and as a sporting event it will take precedence over anything of the kind that ever occurred in Montana. Petermann's Juvenile Orcleatra, ansislted by hlis other puplls,at Ming's Opera House, July 2. Dr. Liebig ,& Co. The above medical and surgical incorpor ation has offices at the Merchants hotel, July 1 to 5, for the purpose of contracting with all who desire to be cured of chronic diseases and aI ranging for the manufactur ing ,of braces, deformity apparatus and surgical alpisnces for deformed persons. The international institute is the only in atitution that manufactures special appara tus for each individual case. WON'T HAVE IT THAT WAY. On account of the backward season 'trade is inclined to be a little quiet but we won't have it that way, if prices Ihave anything to do with it, commeno. ling Monday morning we will inaugurate ; grand MID-SUMMER OFFIERING And in consequence have made sweep ing reductions in all departments. It would be next to impossible for us to mention all the grand bargains we will offer you this week, but below will be found a few samples that will give you a feint idea of the great slaughter we are making on prices throughout our house. 50 dozen towels including huck. bath and damask, worth 40, 50 and CO. each have all been thrown on our bargain counter at the uniform price of 25 cents each, or $ .00 a dozen. 25 dozen ladies' muslin drawers and Chemise have been put on the Bargain Counters at 25c. each. Worth double that. 50 dozen hosiery, absolutely stainless, in ladies' and misses' for 50o a pair. Worth 750c. Outing and tennis cloths reduced to 15c. a yard. Worth 20 and 2lo. We would advise an early inspection of the bargains we are offering, and are satisfied the values cannot be duplica ted in Montana. Come early in the morning. Our store is open at 7 o'clock. Out og town orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Raleigh Clarke. lELENA [lOOKING ICHOOL, Open NowUNo. 709, I9th Ave. FURS !_FURS! This is the Month for REPAIRING. 'Don't wait until the busy Fall Season. Seal Garments Redyed ind Made Over. -OUR Fire Proof Vault is the place to store your Furs. We insure them against all harm. Mr. Babcock goes to New York in July, and will give his personal attention to special or ders. Leave us your measures and have a garment made first class to fit you. Babcock & Co. J. J. DJREW. JUST RECEIVED An invoice of Gentleman's ele Sgnt and fashionable shoes in all widths and sizes. SDREW'S SHOE STOJE, Opposite Grand Central Hotel. 1891. 1891. THE PLEABURE BTEAMER, ,JROSE OF J-lELENA,' Makea regular tripe through "Grate of Mountain' on the Misuouri river, from HItlore' Ianding to Piocio Canyon and ltartoouth Mountain and re turn, on Tuesday,. Thursdays and bundays. dur ing the prAesmt navigable Ceason, lhaving Itil ger's Landing at t11 a. m. and return by 3:30 p. in. of name day. Will also make special trips with parties of ten persena or more on Iouodays. Wednesdaya, Fridays and Saturdays, during r.ameo houre of the dany. Fare for one person to Picnio Canyon and return t regular trips, $2.50; to Iteartooh Mountain, $:l. or parties of filteen or more prorus, $2 arl h to Picne (anyon, antd Iearteeth $2.50. Sptolial trpis for partisa of ton ar more to 'iralio Canyon $2.50; to ttvlrrooth $:i. For parties tf fifteon or more on ule.-il trips $2 each. For parties of fifteen or oure on npo oial or regalar trips, including conveoateo per John Zolgler's band-wagn. from HUlona to 1il ger'., and frotl Iilr's to Plouio Canyon and return to Ilelens, leaving Helena at 7 a. m. and retern at $ O0 p, m. same day, $:l per aereon. N. itIlLtIRf. Proprietor. rARMERS QAN sweny au vueino t in Your vierniti _orOBTAIN .n... li nble lhtry noasry stok. -e I NIO O ME can ,e eRougdr n t y to t. wr at once. with MS. J~~4feel KJ WHAT IS THE MAT'TER With These Prices? SOLD oN1 TIHOI INSTALLMENT PLAN. No. 471-New brick otltage, Booth Riodner Ithree rormom el baomeuoe lot 'dx40; $L5 diwn. 125 jer month .....; .......Price, $1,100. No. 48 -Three room dwelling, hay and oa.dl hri, on h l, n l. evenue, block from elsctrio line; 11200 cash. brlance, $2 per m(nth....... . ............. ................. Trice, $1,10 No 10--our room house, es.t side lot ioUxlO0; near hbuenr a center; Si00 cash, 825 per month. ..................................... rh'e. $1,700 No, 5--New horse. flie rooms. went side, cloe.. Nte, pantry and collr, shrds, watery; blolk from eloctr[i motor; $2?iO ca.,ac,2b I5r monlh ........ .. ......... ...Price, $1,SlO No. h2---.itve room ernmrd ,rns lonse. swnt lde halli,largo closets, pantry, water in kltch rn; ýI.Muwshi, $21 rer month.....Price. $1,000 No. 5.1-4ix rooms, osot side, pantry, cellar good lot; block from motor; $00 cnalt. '2 er month.........................Price. $1,150 The following will he sold according to terma No. 21,- lioht room brick, near corner Beattio and iloxth ave.; nicely furnished; rentl fur $ft per month. This in a big bargaln........ ........................... Price, $2.500 No,. 1-Foour room frame, nw, TLenth avenue, near motor; rents for .l0.11 per month. nany te.r s ..................... Price redurel, $1,400 Ni. 1R -Sven rooms and bethn new modern improvements, corner Second aKid Seattis. Teren to sit. ................... Price, $sr,l00 No, e3,ir,logant hoo, west Ridr.. lHowieo street. mortgsego sh10, e uoh $100, t;alance tno ult. ...... ..................... . .... Price, $ 500 No. 0--Hix room brick, lotl.xl40, E(ilgth ave.; Plart cash, balance four year...... Price, is.29. No. 10--Three room frame, lreckenricdge stret; good shed, well, etc., lot l40x90. ierms to suit. ........................ ..... .. rice 1,0 on. t1. -(SIx room brick well bilt, water in yard and well. Eight ave ... ...... Price $,20 No. 41-ix room dwolling.bath and furnace; $2,500 mortgage. 'Terms 3500 cah. Price $4.O000 No. 56O-Neven room frame. cloret in evrr room: lot a6 1l0, good stahle i stalls. tlil,oa from street car.................... Price 2,00 No. 5,.-Lot4, block 29; Northern Pacific add itiou .... ...................... Price $1.000 Lot 2, block 77, Northern Pacific adddition. ........ Price, $100 These are bargains: mout be cold quick. Come and see list of houses not advertised. Pull list of miningstocka on hand. Call and tee my prices. .11. A. BELL, Hteal Estate and Mining Stock Exchange. HOOM 1, ATLAS BLOCK. A FINE RESIDENCE AT A BARGCAIN! Eight-Room Frame House on Lawrence street. Sheds, stables, etc. Ample grounds. Houses for Sale and Rent in all parts of the city. E. S. French &Cb. GOLD BLOCK. SHERIFIF'S BALE--B VIRTUE O ANt EX ccution in my hands, ioned out of the district court of the Second judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Silver Bow, in the suit of Henry L. Frank aaineat Charles P. Hill and Jabs Stemmetz, doWy attested the 4th day of May, A. D. 1891. 1 have levied upon all toe right, title and interest of the said Charles I'. Hill arnd John tteinmetz, in and to the following described propert. situated in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana, vie.: Lott nine (9) and ten (10) in block six hundred and two (60.J) of liobaek & Cannon's addition to the city of'Helna. And the aw. 1I of the aw. 1 aud the no. 1 of the sw. t asd the sw. 5. of the eei , of section fourteen (10) towamnip eleven (1 north of tange four (4) west. Togetherwith all and si.ular the tenement., hereditaments and appurtenancee therennto Selonrin., or in anxwise appeirta...in . Notice rs hereby given that on Wednesday the .rd;day or June, A. D. 1991, ct t he our of 12 o'clock m., of said day at the front door of the court hobse, in the cily of Helena. I will sell all the right, title and interoet of the said Charles P. Hill and John Btciametz, in- and to the said above desecribd prorerly, to ths highest bideler for cash in ha.ud. pGiven under my hand this the 8th day of May. A..9 CHAS. M. JEFPERIS. Sheri. flelena Lumber Gomp'j, - Ageuts fer the Celebrated 4j GAIT "" GOOAL *. ALSO DEALERS IN Rongh and Finishing Lumber, Shingles Laths, .oors Sash anl Monlliapn OFFICES at Yard and 18 Jackson St. TELEPHONE 14 FOWLES' CASH STORE We carry the Largest and Best seloct oil stock o' Ladies' and Children's Un. d(rwear in the city, for ladies any size, in Ribbid (loods, SwisI \, ate, at 1Sl1ce. caob. Jersey IRibbed Vests, in P.nk and Blue, mii d, at 250. In Maco, at 45o. In Blask, at S0c. Yophyr Wor-t. od, without seams, t0Oc. ialbrigganu Pants and Vests, Fronah make, Silk T'rimnud, nIt (i00. Ladi's' Fine Jersey Ribbed Vests, part Silk, o ily 8i0. Gau.oe Ribbed Jersey Vests. short elhoves, at O00. Ladies' Gauze Vests, high neck, short sleag vs, at :35. 'T'hI Common Senset litting La lies' Balbriggan Vests, silk finish, o:mly 350. A comnlete line Clhildr.n's Swiis Rib bod Pants and Volta, from : 0, to 50i~. Lalies Silk Veste in Cream and Black. at $1, $1.25, $1.31, $1.50, $2.25 and $3.00. FU OWLES' CASH STORE. The Leading Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods House in Montana P. ORTfi Real Estate and Mines. OFFICE: Basement Power Block, comrne Sixth Avenue and Main Street, -EVZLNA. Ming's Opera House! 4 .. C. IEMINOTON, BIANAGEIR. FRIDAY and JULY 3 and 4. BATURDAY MATINEE, JULY 4. At Last the Groat Attraction! Direct Calfer nia Tour of the Gifted AO!or, NEWTON BEERS In His Masterpiece of Melodrama, -LOST IN LONDON, Supported by the Principal Actors of his Origi. nal Grand Opera House, Now York Company, including the boantiful young EmotionalActress, Jessie bee Jandolph. The Principal Scenes in this Production are. Heath o' Bleakmore. A Coal Mine Scene, Fete of Comus, Job's Vision. London Streets at Night. Eto, SPECIAL SCENERY. SPECIAL CAST. SBeats on pale at l'Po & O'Connor's D)rug Store Thursday, July 2. No advance in Prices. • v FOR SALEI *: 4,'000 HEAD Good, Young Stock Sheep. 2,500 JIEAD Three and Four-year.old Wethers. Can deliver July i, 1891. For particulars, write or call on JOS. HIRSHBERG, Fort Benton, Mont. SHERIFF'R SALE-BY VIRTUE'O F AN EX ecotion in my hands, issuen out of the district court of the tsccud jdicial di.trict of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Silver Bow. in the suit of Henry L. Frank against Charlis P. Hill and John btiemmetz, duly attested the 4th day of May, A. D. 1901. I have levied upon all t.ue right, title and interest of the said Charles P. Hill ar.d John Steinmetz, in and to the following described property, situated in Lewis and Clark. county, state of Montana, viz: Lots nine (9) and ten (10) in block six hundred and two (801) of Hoback & Cannon's addition to the city of Helena; also the sw. I of the sw. , apd the so. 3i of the sw. t, and the aw. 3 of the eet 3L of section fourteen (14) townslhip .lsva (11), north of rauge tbhree (8) west. Together with ll and singular the tenements. hereditaments and appurtenances thersunto belonging, or in anywise appertainin g. ENotioe is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 2ith day of June. A. D. 1891. at the h.ur of 12 o clock m.. of said dIay at t) front door of the court house, in the .isd cit of Helen. I will mell all the right, titl0 e interest of the sait Charles P. Hill and John Steinmetz, in and to the said above deocribed property, to the highest bidder for uash in hand. Given under my hand this the 8th day of June. A.D.1891. hIAS. H. JEFEBRIS. shberlff, By.R. G. JOIlNSON. Deputy Shberiff. Our line of Infants' Silk and Wool Tcetes ; always co. plete. In Ladies and Children's Hosiery we have the Finost hin and Lowast PriUes in the city. You will fiud oil our Bargain Couuter this week our $1.31 lutilling, in black, creamn. l\onuder :.ad p!uk, for 90c. per ,ard. Silkolino in all colors, worth 200., for l5e. lint and To'ol Racks in Walnut, Cherry and Oak, brass trimmed, worth .5(., for .5,,. Arasizo, all cilos. l:w.. eor dozen. W\Vah Silks at, 15o. per doon. Viohlt Wreath reduced to t1o. each. Illacik Lace Capes, worth 3, $7.0. and B1w.0, at i ul price. Ladies' Turned Down Collar and Cut eote, in Lace and Embroidery, worth Prom 75o. to $1.50. Your choice for oo. per set.