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His Object Said to Be in Conneie tion With the Union Pacific Dillon Extension. Why the Visit to the State Twc Months Ago Has Been Put Off Till To-Day. The Advantages of the Avon Routoe el 6Frth by the Columlbla-Villard Will Visit the Northwest. Advices received in Helena yesterday are to the effect that Jay Gould will be ini Helena the latter part of the month, accom panied by his son Eddie and Dr. Munn. The object of the visit is to arrange for the immediate extension of the Union Pacific from Dillon to Helena. It will be remem bered that Mr. Gould contemplated a trip to Montana early in the spring, but did not come farther west than Omaha. It now de velops that at the time he proposed to spend the summer on the sea, but his physician advised him against sea voyages. In con sequenee he put his yacht oat of commis sion and postponed his visit to Montana till now. He left New York a couple of days aeo, and should be in Helena about July 29. The line from Dillon to Helena. by way of the Jefferson canyon, has already been surveyed, and if Mr. Gould, upon his visit, believes the time is ripe for constructing the read, it will not take a great while to get under way. The in terest in the Burlington extension manifested by the people of Nebraska has undoubtedly had its effect on the Union Pacific lomanagement, and the latter does not propose to see a third read beat it into a field which it could have first secured had it taken advantage of its opportunities. Undoubtedly arrangements will be made for the reception of Mr. Gould and party. A week or two at the Broadwater would be a revelation to the wizard, and a frequent use of its healing waters would not be with out good results. The Avon Route. lhe citizens of Helena are rustling for the Avon route to bring that city into rail way connection with Columbia Falls and the Fiathead valley, says the Columbian. It is a natural route for a railway, easy grades, and passes through a region that guarantees support to every mile of rails laid It is by all odds the most feasible plan for the Northern Pacific to tap this region. The line as now projected leaves the Northern Pacific at Avon. running the Big Blackfoot, thence to the Big Fork. a line as straight as an arrow: from the Big Fork to Columbia Falls, thence twenty miles up the North Fork to the greatest coal measures in Montana or on the Pacific. It is one of the most practicable railway projects ever started, and one that is certain of raying from the moment trains begin running. It means that the smelting men of Montana have learned that the e qual of Rock Strings coal is near Columbia Falls waiting trans portation facilities, It means that Helena and Butte want the trade of the Flathead country and are going to have it rather than see it go out through the mountains to St. Paul. Villard Coming West. Henry Villard has announced his inten tion of making a tour of the Northern Pn oifio in the near future. In an interview the other day, he said tha Northern Pacific railroad was novor in such a prosperous con dition as now. Owing to the phenomenal growth of the northwest in populntion and manufactures he expected all the lines operating in that section to show large gains in ea'nings. Given for What it Is Worth. A dispatch to the Pioneer Press from Olyipia, Wash., has the following: "Information received yesterday from a Union Pacific official who will leave New York for a visit to the coast shortly, reveals an unlooked for stto of affairs, which will undoubtedly result seriously to Villard, and aid Jay Gould in his efforts to extend his road. The gist of the letter is contained in one paragraph, which states that a movement Is quietly in progress which will renult in all the moneyed men withdrawing from Vil lard and turning their snptort over to Gould. If this is done the Union Pacific and the !Northern Pacific v,:l I:',. a t as:dc froma one end of their svs.t' to the other. Gould fully realizes the commercial advan tages of the sound, continues the writer, and is cmaking It his one objective point. Tlhe delay in conducting the Portland and Puget Sound extension is cau.sed by a deal with the Northern Pacific for t'ackate, which involves a portion of the eastern Washington systemc. Thie road will poei tively be built, aol will tuako its l'aget sound termite lis at Seattle." It will probably be found ou investig:ttion that the above ia rnado out of the wIho. cloth, and is an ittenit by the sound per, pie to get seai. detinite cxtlr-a-tlo from Oauld as to tlia intentions concerning tLo Portland exate.lsion. The Biotto0 of the s ea. The engegetment will be for two nights, July 30 and :I1. ' hie lhout:nc of the Sac is a great naelod :ii stlplindiidy acted aid superbly rmoiunted, with bee.utilul scenery. 'Two--tlcrds the u:rth'a surface is covered wict water, the far deplthe of whiri, m Iiesaud tcI bIc el tlle wtava, hIave never betin a tierac:ed by the hOIuman ex ploer,. with tl:,- ',r:h, i.axceptt ion uf the West India sie:t t, I:t.b. t, a niit:.t,la eO caption to thte A ib1 tt 1itc vi. )lhtin. ti.e laving of the: ',ist lIt:, ' Oti, li t!h, French govert, it it I: .. caluti occur renci for the olb maIIi.LI.Ie deYr, dh c*aind to the lbttoin of thte .~..i to rep..ir soi::u break iii th li rue, c I iviai: i t i ' tions wire lsito muchi practiced. It c- curred to Coitstta. rt. thu , rat F"-.-.l.tl draniatset, wh:o will Le r '.- eca.,i e:u.'i ns being the cntlthir of "I., lFond dte I-i ier." to embody lih it,~'r i'to t 1:,i:I r"tialt fori, and it \::,e t rueiiti. rit tle Yoert hI. 1ait ia soloe iftilen yevars ::ino with lch acti -ccess. Mlany aticuttpts we:c' mide b.i tre.ers and producers of piene ill this count y to reprlodluic th is tulimccirine sp'ota.cc., bnt the undertlhkina wai' of such a ,gicaltic nature and of ubhli expt-nsive dineltns. ctns tatl, ti, steveral tnidert l.iirs iell t Iru ,hi. lh,w ever. it reiain;a d for tihe -tte prise ,of Mr. William A. iLrr:dv to bring thi suectaie ii -i fore the Acnie ent piullic, acid tha pI''oeent elaborate scenic prodluctlar t of thi ! pil t comica, under the title of "T'he l;ot tom of the ,S a." Cianier', tiiiecralt 51ir. Marcus L,..isn,-r Iitt.dict-id ai y'ear tago that in order to mcuet the dcemand foir his nin - eral water he would be corup lied to estab lish tagelncles tlir,,uglhiut the scty. His prodictiou has provent correct, and on Mon day those who une tile watcr will be able to obtain the , anlc at Blruce irier's cigar, candy and frnit Store, on Main atreet, op posite Pope & O'Connor's. Arrangeciments have been macde for customers to get the water "straight" or in the shape of soda water, with whatever flavor they like. The spring is locted quite close to the estab lishment where Mlr. Brier obtains his gen erators, and they are charged with the Lissner water. Ilminent physicians have pronounced the l.csnnier among the best medicinal waters in the country, and many remarkable cures are recorded as resulting front its use. Mf. Brier has made a ven tore which will very probably prove a popu Ier one, in giving his friends a chance to obtain the water without going to the hotel. It will be kept ice cold. THE BUILDING BOOM. lane New Resldenee on the West ASde The Stedman House and Fenedry. G. 8. Appleton, the architect and builder, broke ground yesterday for a handsome residence to be built by A. C. Johnson, cashier of the American National bank. It will be located on Harrisof avenue, in the Hausor addition, and will be one of the finest residences on the west side. It will be of stone, two stories and an attic, the first floor finished in hardwood, will con tain twelve rooms and be fitted with all the modern improvements. The estimated cost is $20,000. Work on the west side school house is progressing very rapidly on these fine days, It is now up to the second floor, and will undoubtedly be ready for the fall term. The Stedman foundry, nearly opposite the school house, is getting along nicely. Mr. Stedman expects to move the works to the new location some time in September. The Kleinsohmidt business block, on the corner of Sixth avenue and Warren street, is up to the first floor. The repairs on the International are about completed, and the hotel will be ready for guests in a little while. Messrs. Garrett a& Burgard are rapidly getting the Cosmopolitan betterments com. plated, and keep a big force going all the time, rushing the work. Be sere and ecre nrosn, of those Jot sy ribbed vests at The tiHes Hive, only five cents each. So to The Bee Hive for bargains in Nettleg ham, valleucienos and torehow lace this wook. liars bargains. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. A marriage license was issued yesterday to R. J. Gcth and Minnie E. Spencer. Francis Murphy will deliver a temperance lecture at Ming's opera house next Sunday afternoon at 3:30. The round-trip rate to the G. A. R. en campment at Detroit will be $65.75 from this point, going into effect July 29. Mixe Burns has a yard full of apple trees on Mine street. '[The green apples are so thick on the limbs that their weight has broken off the smaller branches. The funeral of J. T. Wooldridge took place yesterday afternoon from the cathe dral. The remains were escorted to the cemetery by members of the A. O. U. W. The Central W. C. T. U. will hold a spe cial meeting at the home of Mrs. Rosen crans, 112 Fifth avenue, at three p. m. to day. Business of importance to be dis cuased. The building committee of the Montana club, yesterday went over, in a general way, the designs submitted for its new olub house. The work will be resumed to-day and possibly a decision reached. The Athletics have challenged the Famous team to play next Sunday for $25 a side. The sporting editor of Toep INDEPENDENT holds the money put up by the Athletics. Should the Famous boys accept, a good game will be played. Sheriff Hamilton. of Cascade county, and Marshal Treat, of Great Falls, brought in four prisoners yesterday whom they had followed on the train f-om the Falls. They were supposed to be concerned in a rob bery at Great Falls on Tuesday night when a room was broken into and a watch and some money stolen. On searching the men nothing was found on them, and all but one, a young fellow named Johnson, were released. Fifty-six-piece d~corated china tea eat, new de-igns, now patterns anld new goods at The liee hive', only 55. Lunch from twelve to two at the Hel ena Cafe. PERSONAL. B. Angle, representing Forepaugh's show, is at the Grand Central. Among the guests at the Grand Central is Mrs. M. J. Marlowe, of St. Paul. Mrs. W. H. Orr returned yesterday from Eugene City. Ore., where she has been visit ing friends for the past month. W. M. G. Settles, of the firm of Nelson & Settles, left yesterday for Great Falls on business connected wtth the Barker town- I site. N. C. Thrall, assistant to President Oakes, t accompanied by Joseph Lockey, of St. Paul, were at the Broadwater yesterday. 1 They went east yesterday afternoon. Barnard Brown and wife have returned I from the easIt, and are occuppying apart. menus at the Mseroiante. Miss Stacia ('ran.e, a niece, who has been attending t school .:t South Bend, Ind., returned with ' them. and will spend a couple of months in ialesun. Will Arrive To-day. The following passengers will arrive iaee to-day on the west bound Northern 'acilic express: John Lanchaster, P. UD. BUarnhardt. Arrivals at The Helena. C. F. Whales. St. J. M. Austin, St. Jo Paul. lrph. MU,. lJd. It, an, St. Jo- Ml'.'. Ilrnford, MIinne S. V. \. elofman, New Janev.- ls.eon, St. l'al. fork, . N. Mcintyro end MiLs B. Fleming, hal- wile, lieioia. aSJ. 3i. 31,,ltall, felena. A. 1f Liit. St. Paull. N. . I iral. St. Paul. S. It. T.oeipt.o . St. I '. iilt, 1':tt . A K. )t r iate, Ar. c . I. 1 err. Port- Jote lustle, Falu b. Alfred irnm, San Fran ('. i;. ('lby, aln Fran- cie c,,. ir J. H. aonohue, St. F. I. I-'s .e . St. Paul. Paul. C;. a' t orrall, i h ril- ir. and Mrs. II. M. i.tt , I' e T. TTalbott, indianapo (i '. heLo, El- li.. Arrivals at the (Gradil Central. C'i. Wi'. i tcr. rWatler W. II. ]'dwards, Elk h-, Iowa. Iorn. EI .i:n d. harker, Noi- Rls. stiay C'!rnd,,nin. A. l. l'.milch, .t tellr. Jo.. Hami ilton, Great J. i-. Fitrs, clear D . '!charlane, Water- Jdn. McKeivey, Wash r' ! ' arro'wv. ('a tl . .]L .llhrn h. iarll n,. i li( t tle hna. l l). t -eI't.r, tII lara. h.,-t e !;a',--, Nw 1e ll. '. Nl MeNil at dwvt-a, V iliem It. ec. I iouhh ,r. ', . , the, D. t'. Miss E. Page, Iutte. I. 11. I ,e,t, Gtreat -i i. 1). t tht, .reat Sli. T'.iomely. Du- i Mre . . . I. trna'd antd , -,s e Harnard, Da e A. i: uaoau, Great -ri'. ced. Phil- Jo.te.: Wilkinson, Val a'i~Ip .ia I- . I..'. .. '. n e, H e~l d I. J t,,r. lh ant, Ellensburg, . It . \' , ci : udd wifs V .l. S - .: .. nlan, ells I t Wl , New. .r, . F. Frank. Sells S '!. "l.,tr, erIat Lir ,n O lagan, Great S"' tia I all. l i . s ,,de is. h ir. lhie ,n A. (ifford, t ": c. I. IV ( ,,i .1, ('hot v.:h ire) . rt, r:d, Min- Jte t ]olaterlt , Mares 11. ':l-", Io l a. 1gh 1'i ltehan Long, Still t-tJ-it aril, hlit F .. r, L eitr as Sanfr nl,, itie -: r a3 Is , I ,,, .... ('. I. I artruff, holh Xlr M. ,1 J. Mat- i-nit. l e , t, . atI al.. The World Enrich'd. The fcilihties of the present dtiv for the Frount,Iru of sverythting that will Conduce to tilas ate .ualt i L welfa:e ad con fotice of niankl. ale llost tnlinl:ttd andi when Svreul of I aIs we.s lirt produced the world we.; ,st nlhae,. wlt t a o ini ly pet fret le.xat rv ilr ,. n aIn it IV 1ti0 only Ilornedy Wilson Is Itruly plitoniein and retre,.inlg to tih tetu e nld proltl n.- f!ctlial to cleanas thi sywtet. endtly it t sprlug tihe, or, in fact, at any tile, arn' -e better it is known the m .re popular ci -itos: e MONEY AT LIVE PER CENT. Uncle Sarn's tRemedy for lird Tlnies for All ('Coiners. Money loaned at five per cent. in any amount, from ii rents to $25,,0l), on rersonal security,at the old and reliable loan office of Uncle Sam. lerbher-t, Nlrlholsom & Co., Ilinllted, have Iteised Ih.ir general ofilces Irmo tihe ware hunns.r to their aalesroom-t, asrner Edwards nlresl and ParIk avenuie All orders left tlhere Io s wood, coal, has, flritsi, etc., will blst pl'rotnpt attentIon. Fruit nodtl produce at wholesale only. Telepihone Pan. JOHNSON FOUND GUILTY e The Employment Agent Fined $71 1; for Taking Money Without Giving Work. 'ill he n- An Appeal to Be Taken to the ed .Distriot Court on Elx is oeptions. ill The Evidence of the Aggrleved Parties lt and the Explanation Made by the toAccuseh Mau. IR. L. Johnson, who has been conducting re an employment offlice on North Main street, be was found guilty by a jury in Judge Sand era' court last night of taking money from 7 Burke Campbell on the representation that he would get the man a job or refund him his money, and failing to do either. The penalty was fixed by the jury at $75 fine. id This and the costs of the case will amount to between $125 and $150. Lawyer C. C. . Newman, attorney for Johnson, appealed to the district court on excettions to the ad missibility of some of the evidence. John son, meantime, demains in jail. The complaint as originally made out i charged Johnson with obtaining money from two men. Lawyer Newman demurred e to the complaint on the ground that it in y cluded two offenses. Judge Sanders sus tained the demurrer, and a new complaint was at once made out charging Johnson a with getting money from Campbell. Campbell testified to visiting Johnson's a office on Saturday, July 11, with Lemuel a MoLain. Johnson guaranteed to get them a job or refund the $4 paid asoffico fees-$2 k apiece. They were given a note to George H. Spencer, who runs a saw mill in Beloar gulch, on the Rimini road. Spencer went out on Monday and was told there was no chance for work, as all the places were full. Returning to Helena he hunted up Johnson, who only returned him $1 of the money paid. MeLain's testimony was of little importance, as he did not go to Spencer. Spencer testified to having had Johnson engage men for him for about eight months, but he had not s ordered any on or about July 11. Elmer Wright was placed on the stand to tell of similar treatment to that complained of by Campbell. Lawyer Newnan objected to the introduction of this evidence and on being overruled, excepted. Wright then I told that he had paid Johnson $2 on J ly r 12 to get employment as a miner. Johnson I sent him to Superintendent Dodge, of the 7 East Pacific mine near Placer. He did not get work. On getting back to Helena he i went to Johnson's office. Johnson was not I there and the man who had charge said he iwas attending to the employment business t and not to paying bills. The county attor B ney at this point submitted a note written by Superintendent Dodge to the effect that Johnson had no authority to send a man to the mine. Lawyer Newman promptly objected to its being admitted in evidence on the ground that Dodge was not present so that he coald be cross-examined. lie characterized it as "extreme gall" for the county attorney to submit such a letter without consulting the defense. Judge Sanders ruled the note out. E. W. Dean was called by the defense to testify that he had told them at Johnson's office that the East Pacific wanted thirty men. Johnson himself was then put on the stand. He said that a week or two be fore he s nt Campbell out to Spencer's he had met the latter, who told him some hands would be needed shortly. On Friday, the 10th, a man came into Joilhnson's otiice and said Spencer wanted two uen. John son said he did not know who, the nne was, but, as he looked like a laborer, concluded he was fr,,m -pencer's. On Saturday he told ("am Itll and McLain to go out to Speurce.'s. Camnpbell,Johnson testllied.carie back Meloday night "with a tale of wi.e." He gave Campbell a dollar, tint did not return all the money, as he had told the man to go out Saturday, and he had it put off till Monday. Johnson said he was in terested in a similar business in tultte, which accounted for his going there so often. He denied that he left Hlelena every now and then in order to avoid the men who came back for their money on failing to get work. 'iThe arguments occupied nearly an hour, and the jury were out just liftecut minutes making tp their verdict of uilty. Fresh Ioltsters. Boston Fish Market, 13 North Warren St. Telephone, 57. Amateur Photographers Can find cheap material in the stock of the late Mr. James Towner. Call evenings, at G66 N. lRodney. Have yon seen those 7ic and $1 night robos for gontlemen at'! he Nerl Hlive. Remoti ved, John R. Watson han removed his stock of groceries from the old stand on Main street to Nos. 14 and 16 Psatk avenue, where he will be glad to see all his old friends and patrons. Telephone No. 61. Look at This. Commencing April 5 we will sell all kinds of chewing and sao king tobaccos at factory prices. OPUE!'NIIrivMEIa AsII, International Hotel Block. If it.k ikhlsrhs rni mtleSy, t am (as lor's Ilitu s i s'iv tr 'ills if th ,-s 'ill I.,-iti v l y, r- , it? '.p .I. wi, have IHer, tlon, t-peak fre'kn.l ot their worlth. 'Il'hyare-s.rall tland ia-y to take. IStop and Counsider. What is the use of your going horns to lunch on these hot summer days, when you can get a first-class ftee hot lunch at the fashion. on Sixth iavenu, next to Motor oilic ? The lunch set ved is an excellent one, antit callntnt be beet by auln I'sretstilurLnt In tie city. The serve co is lit at-clt.a. 'rThe dittnier consists of ronets of dil Yers-at kindd, ve(get:tlles, souIps, etc. Anl elegant. private toomts at th disposal of guests. First-clas winar , Ilqtuors and nice lager betr alwtays on hald. Forbes & Diavis-Special. 20,000 F'ourth of July. 10,000 Jet ry Blue (I htte) great snang 2.00 fIron 2ountain, 750. ,l000 (). i. & N, Ic. 3r:,' 0 Cumlberland in lots of 500, 400, 300, or 1,u00, 4,l:)O. 2,t:00 Mary Stewart (Stemple), 15o. 5,0i)0 Ytlluwstontt it 3it . Oflice 2, and 27, lButley Jlock. IIEIENA IN BRIE3I'F. Jnackson's music store, Bailey block. 1011 N. I )A ?NtiII,SO' Int lt-l,1.nat. tuly 22, 1891h to the wif a .lJohn Danielsont a Font Mlyrtle Lodlge N,. :. . +,-"'- ts verr) 'I .er lday. I 1 -, l ].r , hullg of .'l ti ongs, ins a' e.ight t el,. k sl,arp too j ollntls I rthtls are kittlly itn vltrld to atteVl. It. u! It. n I n . A. G. LOMBARD, Civil Engineer Room 43. Montana Nationall ank tIuilding. ReImrvire. Canals and Irrigation a pecialty. laai yeanr practcal anrmanea.r Y $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. 715 t1he undlrsl l will so 1 r lemasn or a tort of three y a'ars their hlay urclh, o evt n tlh10 1 I northeast of lloIl t.i. to'ml'n easy eat htlsH totOr$ to amy r tBoltahlu pirotihP. AIsout ra lutiful Ittloilnltlll ranhhl tWotlty-aov0. nille to :rtt ,t It olsoeal ot I wit iint thrAct tu ol fon. hItlf milet ot tit. Gmrs .t.ort.h,trn ralirtuttl, 1w) aether with lixtys hoet or fine grdeird ihtotk. ento half ro thi aold tho oth -r th f itO\ orat , iNO head bh otun to work auni riit, nato ralei.l to t.u 13 n uoh.hb.);'od and all tarne and gWnle. "ThN ranctlh is hreated ot .let, trotk lld (.loun ,Marl,. anaI iutluhlet two wasoa rights and 1 ltltntronl tlitoih nt ati allm tt. ~o worth tif fruit oft all kiutis mtitable to thoile tlo u limatt. teno hul Idd t, tncis tonledu. lonoliosin tith puonc se I sott'kout with trout atit live. hluveor to kh.oop tu dilntlos ed. atnl fair buildnlgs slotl1., ete.. for ile tom tolrary seo. tor gardouiOg, fruit raisin;. to rak mraisn a dairy loat.loo ,r a oanltt ltuil' rtl oiticle, this rlulch e.atit1tti lut t'qialtil Ly ally Ihdr in this lhait of to lat 1ree. FoJr tirnuv or irlfottnll.ioun all at the ranch or writs to lMitchell's Slatio. '·lhro~.oi olln iso iade otn n tltllut of tho tmafrori uu hisath of At's. Willi no1 and the ai t'tarhncly old a~ c of the iarl tie's. F. S. \VIIEKINS(IN, - MAIAIA WIKINSUN. at 1Great Reduction of t TI MILLINERY!. to will slil my entin stock of Trimmed liats at rclst for the noxt thirty day. commencring July 1, l O(wing to tho unf oavohibld sasuul, I hate as - itumunso utock of TIIIMOW IEI, AA'M, . at BON., E1 eiP, AND CIIUL)lSEN'L GOODS. They nubtt go, Regardless of Gost. t To make room for Now Goads. I mean baslness, and th laditsu of illnat waor nuevesr isrort fl itortni sucth tIsrtaias as I will now give them. I snAtottstly solicit an early call to examines my guods. F. iEMPSEY, No, 12 Warren St.,, Hclcna, Mont. MONTANA UNIV1IRSITY. s e PowerBlckCor S UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA. SFLALL TERII OPENS SEPT. 3, 1891. t ('ourso of Instructtion--l. ('Colltge; 2. College SPreparatory; i, usinetos; 4. Normal; . iMusoic; Ar: Also Instruction in ('oaliiOn Hlranches. 1ABL.] INS't[U(TION, ELEG(IANT IBUILDING s'o-S'nd for Catalogue to thle 'residont...& E. P. TOWER, A. M., D. D PATENTS. United States and Foreign Pat ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh Block, Helena, Mont. J. P. PORTER, [al Estat1 Sand Minas. OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. SANDS BROTHERS' Annual Mid-Sunmmer-= CLEARANCE SALE! 'We are now offering in all lines of desirable and seasonable Dry Goods, the grea!est bargains presented this year. Final and exiretme reductions have been made througihout our stocks. To make this sale emphatically the most attractive yct attempted, neither prolit or cost ha- bcen cionsidered, but prices have been made that will ensure a rapid clearance. As a partial list we sub mit the following: - DRESS GOODS - GOMBINATION 40c. Colored C(:;hrmros, Now 25c. c Enqh ri , Nw S. DRESS PfTTE S. $1.00 lntllha t.l..e.l Now 70(c. $1.00 French Ca,-hmeres, Now 7'",. Plaid, HKoduce.d frorm $6.75 To $4.25. $1.2i5 iHlenriettas, Now SOc. Cords i-Lduced lronm $.75 To $(i.25. $1.25 Do Allrns, Now COc. Henrle.Lt rtasIcduoc:d Irum $10 To $7.50. NovelLtins Rie duced irncl. $17 To $10.50 BLACK GOODS - oveltrini I'ccd ;Ceorn $27.50 To $17.50. 50c. Cna hmron, This Week, 37 1-2c. Noveltr: hi:..i: :d fro l $30 To $10.25. 705. C.shlnnm. os, This Week FSc. I5c. Cadshmnere.;, This Week, .;5. Washl Good:;, Ctoallies, $1.00 Ca:hlileur's, This Wek. '.: -, . Lawns, Or'gandes, $1.3'7 1 -2 l-,nriettas, Nov $1. 1t. tinrsa and Swise Vests, $1.50 1:;lik Warp Henrietta, Now c. At. EXACTLY HALF PRICE. $1.75 :jilk Warp Henrietta, Now $1.2 3. lazegrs, .ackot:-:, $1 90 Silk Warp Hrnrietta, Now $1.45. Wri.p,.uis, Tua Gowns, $2.25 Silk Warp Henrietta, Now $1.t:5. Ladies' and Children's Dresses, tGc. Crope Cloth, This Week, 45c. GREATLY REDUCED. $1.10 Crepe Cloth, This Week, 75c .__ _ $1.50 Crepe Cloth, This Wep,,, $1.10. Also splendid bargoaizs in Linens 6Sc. Urilliantines, No''7 1-2c. and Housekeeping Goods. Hotel and USc. Brilliantieo.a, - w 70O.. Boarding house Koepers will appreciate $1.25 B1rill;.rintno:, Now SOc. the exceptional inducements. SAN DS 13BIOT£FIEIR S. CLOSING OUT SALE WIINES, LIOUORS _ CIGARS, - --On Account of=-- Retiring From BusiRess. Having decided to retire from business, I will sell my entire stock of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars at 4-0 EASTERN PRICES "®" 4o0 barrels of Whisky in bond, of the following well-known brands: W. H. McBRAYER, BOND & LILLARD, JAMES E. PEPPER, and MELWOOD. The following Whiskies on hand: 60 Barrels Blond & Lillard, Spring 1887. 50 Barrels W. H. McBrayer, Spring 1887. 40 Barrels Jas. E. Pepper, Spring 1887. 25 Barrels Hermitage, Spring 18E6. 25 Barrels Old Crow, Spring 1886. 10 Barrels Guggenheimer Rye, Spring 1887. 25 Barrels McBraver, Spring 1888. 25 Barrels Tea Kettle, Spring 1883. 25 Barrels Mercantile Club. 25 Barrels Clifton Springs. Also numerous brands of goods of the spring of ISSo and ISS3. 300 cases imported Champagnes of all leading brands. 300 cases assorted imported and domestic Liquors; also full line of Brandies, Wines, Rum and Gin, imported and domestic, in bulk and in cases. Irish and Scotch Whiskies. 00,000 LEDIN BRANDS IGARS. Entire stock will be disposed of without reserve, as I will posi tively retire from business. Goods sold for Cash only. Fixtures and lease for sale. I L . IU .l E.. . O. 3 SOUTH MAIN ST.. HELENA. A SSEHSMENT NOTICE--OFlI('E OF CAS cade Land rompany..room 1, Power building. Notice it her.,by givcn that at a regular monthly mroting ,of the treustenrs of said company, held on the 8th day of .July, 1e-.1, an assertrecnt of ton (10) cents per share was levied upon t o c.,italstock of the 'aUnslao Land company. p.tyablo on the i0th day of August, 1891, to H. Brown, secretary of said company, at the rompany's otioal, rooam 1, Power building, in the city of Helena, Ill ,ntana. Any stock upon which asssos.mont shall remain unpaid on the first day of .ehtenLer. 1891i, slhal be deemed de1aquoent, anti hnall In duly adver ti-ed l r sahl at, public auction, and unrless pay meat shall be made borore. will be old on Ithe a1st lay of C'ctober. 1891, to pay deliqucont assess ment. tcgetlter with tihe cost of advertising and expensee of aulo. B. BIIOWN, Helena, Montana, July, 8. 1891. Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS-TN THE DI9TRIC.C court of the First judicial district of the rstate of htontana, in and far tihe county of Lowis and Clarke. In the matter of the eslate of George E. Staples. deceased. lotic:, i- hereby giron by the undersigned, ad ministratrix of the erntto of (ierrge 1 . Stalles, d-ocaneid, to the creditore of, and all porrons ha. ing claims against thle saild deceased, to exhibit thenm with the necessary vonchurea within four months after t, first pnublication of this notice. to thto oid almictoistratrix at licr roeitcnceia Marysville, Montana. the onme bleing the Ilac for the transaction 'tf the bnsinie o sfnaid cestatoe in tlu said county of Lewis and t larke. IIElENA M'l|AP P5E. Administ ratrix of the aerate of George E. Staple. Dated April 30. 1891. NOTICE TO TIle HTOCKHIOLDERS ON tle T'hree Mil Aiiniong and liilling com pr.ny. Run are herheby notilired that a moeeting of the stoekhohdero of th rThrti, loi Miinng and Mill ing conmpany will he h.d at the lotse oh r 1\llIsh e w owma, ito rooms 211 atnd 212 in the lPower block in the city of leloina, county n of J.ewian o (Clarke, alnd tlate of A outalita. on Ilho 8trh day of An.ont. 1hl1. at 1t o'clock a. in. of riant day. Iltho ehjict and purpoto of Raid meeting is to se.ll or otheorwi* diposeln o the eltirn property of said 'Il tie Mile Ainining ald Milling cempany, coua oistiTng Iof the tlena t'opcl)r tuartrz Lile ndi the Three Mile little, an other ,rperty of the comnlany eituat it in Thrte tile tiniitndisiitrict in Lewis and (Clarke county. . Montana, aind to dlsintcorporate saidl corrpourtion. Given uneer our hands tlhit 2t;th dtay of June. JOHN 11. M tlihELL, .. W. KNIGHIIT. Trustees. TO'(I'iJCE 'Tr) CIHEDITOIIS-ESTATE Oil 1Bntjamin C. Brooke, deceased. Notice it herteby given by the undersigned, ad. min!istrators of thioe estate of Benjamin C. trooko, Itm eased, to the creditors of. and all I orsons hav ilhg claims agaitnt the said deceans d, to exhibit I.L sn- with thle necesary Youchers. within tau ttonths after the first publiat!ion of this notice. to the said administratorsat the oflieo of H\ illiamn Muth, H1L Power block, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said cstate at the city of lielons, in the county of Lewis and Clarke. WMil. MOUTH. 11. Al. PAIICIIEN, SARIAH J. ItUOOKKI. Administrators of the estate of Benlamin C, 1 rok, decoae ard. Daoted Jutly . A. I). 1891.