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CLEARANCE SALE EXTRAORDINARY!
Gommencing SD JUY At the *NEIV YORK DRY GOODS STORE.: Once or twice a year we sell Dry qoods without profit or at New York cost, This is one of the seasons. Ladies, you are familiar with the style of goods that is customarily found at the NEW YORK STORE. You know their extra worth and the incomparable display. We will offer during this sale great inducements in Summer Newmarkets, Jack ets, Sacques, Capes, Wraps, and Mohair Dusters, that rec ommend themselves for Fit, Finish, Style and Durability, and at prices that will cause consternation among competi tors. We most respectfully request you to read the circu lar which will be left at each residence. Read it carefully and note prices. Also, please remember, ladies, we have the goods, and in large quantities. NO DISAPPOINTMENT, A PIC-NIC AWAITS YOU. Owing to the low prices that will prevail during this sale, we must insist upon selling goods for CASH. The above mentioned circulars will be sent upon applica tion to any address in the State. Particular hJttention Qiven to Out of To\vn Orders. J\FEW YORK DRY EOODS STOJE, COR. MAIN AND STATE STREETS, HELENA, MONT. B ED UP A [O1TUNE, Why Lady Burton Is Now Poor When She Might Do a Rich Woman. Her IHusband Was a Collector of Arabian Stories, Some Not Very R:eflnod. Destroying a l'recoless Manusoscript $e cause She IBelioeved Its P'ublication Mlight D1o lnriln. In addition to the facts which have al ready been published on the buoning of the mantiscript of Sir lRichthad IBu ton's last work by Iris widow, although sh ' as oaffered the lrueo um of ,0.0 gOuineas for it, the following story, as told by Lady Hlrton herself, will be pat ticulirly interesting, says a London special. It must be borne in mind that at the timno when Sir Ilichatd produced his famous translation of the Arabian Nights there was a great outcry on the subject, as It was al leged that, although in expurgated form the book was in every library in the wo.ld, yet unabridged it was unfit for publication, and was only suitable to be in the hands of scholars who are presumably beyond the consideration of ordinary morality. This book, it may be added, now fetches largo sums whenever a copy is offered for sale. Lady Lurton's present action condemns her to roverty. Lady lBurtn says: "My husbind had been collecting for fourteen years information and materials on certain subjects for his last volumtn of 'Supplemental Ntghts.' When It was lin ished be gave himself up to writing the book, which was called 'The Scented Gar den, a Translation from the Arabic.' It treated of a certain passion, but don't let any one suppose fore moment that IRichard Burton ever wrote anything from an ini pure point of view; he diseected it passion from every point as clitically as a doctor would dissect the hutnnu body, showing the source and origin, its evils and good, as well as its proper uses. The day before he died he called ine into his room and showed me the page of Arabia manuscript upon which he was working, and said: 'To-mnor row I shall finish this and I promise you that after this I will never write another book upon this subject.' lue said: '1 am afraid it will make a great tow in England. because the Arabian Nights was a baby tale in compari'ma with this.' "1he next morning ihe had ceased to ex ist, and a few days I,,ter I looked myself up it n y room, sorted and examined tile nlan usoripts, and read this manuscript. No promise had been extract( d from mne and I remained for three days il a state of tor ture as to what I might do. During that time I received an offer from a man of 1,000t guineas for it. He saitd he could geot 1,r) subscribers at four guineas each. I said to myself, out of 1.00() men fifteen would prob ably read it, in the at i it of science in which It was written, while the other 1,485 would read it for the tilth's sake, would then pass it to frtends, and the harm done would be incalculable. "'Hury it.' stid one advisor. 'i)on't decide that way. 'I hat means digning it up aginm, or gettimn a man to do it for you,' said No. 2. 'Hut told't appear in it.' '1 can not deceive God AhItigittv, who holds my hushnud's soul in hisl hand,' nmy heart snid. 'Youn ean haves ,000 guineas. Your husband worked for you; are youa going to reward him that your wretched body may be fed clothed and warmed for a few yearal Will you lat that soul which is part of your soul be wlet In the cold and darkness till all those sins which may have been committed on ncconaut of reading those writings be exniated? Then,' I said, 'Inot only for i,00:) guineas, not for 6,000,000 will I risk it.' "Sorrowfully, reverently, in fear and trembling, I burned sheet after sheet, until the wshol, was coltsured. It is mly belief that by this act, if my husband's soul is veighed down, the cords were cut and it was left flee to soar to its nttive heaven." Lady Burton, it may be added, is now supported by a subscription which has been made up for her by the friends and admirers of her lato husband. TIHE BONES OF COLUM1BUS. Resting In toit Cathedral at Canto Domin go and Not tI llvalna. The bones of Christopher Columbus are believed to be in the cathedral at Santo I)omingo, and not at Havana, as supposed, says the lBaltimore Ame:ican. Columbus died in great obscutity May 20, 1500, and his remains, blrst deposited in a vault in tl:e convent church of the Franciscans, were afts ward t-ansferred, according to his will, to Santo Dominco, and placed in a closed vault in the cathedral. The remains of his sou and grandson were placed in two cr Itis along side of his. and there remained foruottenl until 1783, when, while some re paits we!e being matde, there were dicover ed somle remntius i a smalluninecribed mle tallic case. 'This was supposed to contain the last rotnalls of Christopher Columbuos. After the Frntco-Spianish war of 172,5. the French taking possession of Santo l)o utinigo, allowed the casket to be removed on Drecember 20, 1795, to Havana. In 1877 the crypt containin g the remains of Don Luis., randson of Colulnblus, wias discovered at the othedral, and, ill order lto set at rest rumor s a to the bones that had been re moved eighty-two years before, a careful investigation wits mnade, and yet alnother crypt was found, This new one containled a metallic o0se with illscriptions outside and inside the cover: "'Most illustrious and renowned liprsunute, Don (Cristoval (olon," land "Discoverer of Americ:a, first admi al," ann elsewhere on the casket his i!itials, "C. C. A." and a small silver rlate interibed "U. Christoval ('olonI." The Sia nish aunthorities madl, nn investigation itnd I renounced this find a ft and. clanillng that the rell rentilins are at liavana. O)ther:. however, still believe they are at anuto Domingo. taiekaicha is atln,.t ioluldiately reliovid by wearing onet otf Carter's Stuart hid aldtl bella iloltna Itoettel c l'lins'or. Try one anld bl$eoi ftount ihin. iriCsO o ce.t c . O. K. T.--lleoest Results. --. K. T. Many of the pioneers of Oregon and Washington hLve cheerfully testified to the wonderful curative properties of the cele brated Otegon Kidney Tea. l'urely vege table and pleasant to the tateo and can be taken by the youngest child or most deli cate female. O. K. T. is a never failing remedy for pains in the bacok and loins. Iron ruetention of urine, scalding or burning sensation while urinating, mucous dis charges and all kidtney troubles of either sex. $1 at all drupgists. Denlll Front Klidley Dlseas Is the unfortunate and untimelv endingl of thousands of the American people annually. Oegon Kidney 'lea is guaranteed to cure all forms of kidney troubles. Take it in time. .JAtomatloe Masrers. But time changes minds as well as man nors, though even now when makinug ekanges from one circle to another; it often requires that adaptability which could be maid found in one who has auntomato man. ners. However, eauch radical changes not only appear in drawlng-roomn repartee, street dross, etc., among people, but alsio int the convenience anld luluriee affordeJ mankind. Railroad travel is one instanceo A few years ago, comuparatively, one had to oonsuntl lunch valunll.. tillc in an uneonln. *ortws,le way to mike what is now thoughi uothln~ of as a nu:ht in jottrly in t deleeper. 'the most temtdelOr eqlit: ettint and trans portatiouu facilities oat bte tt:Lnd on the fast trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway to Chicagot St. Louis, Hot Spring Kansas City, etc. Inqeire of any agent of the company, or O. M. Pratt, general tieket 4.U p es Ueroeast. MiLaesa.iiu MIa.` ONIJ Eo'NJOY Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it io pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and act; gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, clettses the sys tern effectually, dispels colds, head. aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sak in 50o and $f bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAlS LOUISVILLE. XY. .W.W YORK. N. V. The Golebrated French Guro, W"a, ...... "APHRODITINE" .......... Is SO.n ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to clure all.y form of nervllouIl . , aienstive or aoy dtisonler of the I elllro tivo l o01 1galls of either A mi,,x whether nr BEFORt sirng fIoni th AFTER CýXI'Un.I lt Isn1 en lano Slhll~lt i ll , Toha''o.) illo U tltlln orllllloll.ynt5 1IIol lll tll (tjcetlloll. o\vtl i Ill It!1. 1("1"i, ,le., rt ll·h 1ts L .oss of Ifrltill 1'ot\er, \1',rlt flll ITH. Irle t 11015.6 bo~oo 1105 SME IN t ECO. nlets, 13, Illl' Wllgt o 11 ill o h , 01111. Illl d 1111iv , tt I V ll0 Itll l a Ill, l NrlS t'll I, E-igg isitt. l.euvi..ra, Ii; ineMo. \Wentz icm olyI Iosso "lis t il t rIllI. t)Illh lI l(,I o f 01 1l ll5jlie 4Y," 111 1111t) l0110 b. o6 bo sLxe'a'. f 00 Sl'llt l A11 ItA I' N 110(Ii9 ('ANTplll , nr 1 'v1 Alt1o.0a order. to rofnntd the Snone)- if It 1'0k e .l1lnx tl THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. W ESTEItN 11M0NCHI POIITrILAND, OR ald by R. S. Hialo u Co., druggatst tiea Mont FOR SALE. 4,000 HEAD Good Young StockShecp. 2,500 HEAD Three and Four-year-old Wethers. iCan deliver July 1, '91. For particulars, write or call on JOSEPH HIRSHBERG, NORT BEINTON. MONT. Goods at Prices Which You Can't Obtain From the Peddling Grocers of this tity. Sugar, 100 lbs. for - $5.65 Extra fine Japan tea, - S00 100 lbs. I. patent flour, $3.30 Choicest spring pickings, 45e Hams, per lb., - - - le Very fancy early spring leaf Fresh Eggs, per dozen, - 200 basket fired, - - 500 New potatoes, per lb., - - 2c Fancy Moyune Gunowder, 750 Herring, per keg, - $1.25 Fancy cup Hoochow, - 650 Table salt, per 10-lb. sack, 20c Choice new crop Ping Suey, 50c M. M. tea, lb., - - 300 Good style Ping Suey, new, 40c 30 bars soap for - - $1.00 Genuine Russian Cougon, $1.00 California peaches and High grade Moning Cougon, 750 pears, per can, - - 20c Choice Han Keow English Matches, per two dozen, 25c Breakfast, - - 600 Full cream cheese, lb., 12 1-2c Good English Breakfast, 500 Imported sardines, can, - 15c Sifted extra first Moyune Sugar, 17 lbs. for - $1.00 Young Hyson, - $1.00 Crackers, in boxes, per lb., 6 1-2c Choice Young Hyson, - 600 Five-gallon keg syrup for $2.10 Fair small leaf Young Hyson, 40c 21-2 lb. can Price's baking Fancy Formosa Oolong, 80c powder, - - $1.00 Clean small leaf Foochow Good Japan tea, - 20c Oolong, - - - 500 These Teas we have made sta ple and they are steadily increas ing in popularity with the Tea Drinkers of Helena. Remember we do not employ peddlers. * -* WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. + THOS. GOFF, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges. Mine and Mill Supplies. 22 NORTH MAIN STREET. a J PMN---~l--=-----·-- ~ ·;---; -- -----I·-·-·