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MONTANA STATE FAIH1
It Promises to Be One of the Great est Successes of the Year. The Recent Fine Performances of the Great Pacer, Yolo Maid. First Progeny of Maud S. Awaited With Great Interest-The Largest Nom inator of the Year. If the number of premium lists called for is to be regarded as any criterion the Montana state fair next month promises tc be one of the greatest enocessesof the year. Secretary Pope is working like a beaver to ward the same end. He is traveling all over the state working up interest in the fair and his efforts will no doubt be re warded by the largest exhibit ever made here. There could not be a better time for a great show than just now. Stock is in the pink of condition, owing to the good winter and the abundance of food. The inducements held out to the ladies will in erease the interest in that section of the ex hibition. The racing events, despite the disappointments encountered by some of the prominent horsemen withholding their entries, will surpass anything this season in Montana. Among the promised attrao tions at the track will be the great Guido, whose recent performances at St. Paul are well remembered. Concerning the great performance of Daly's pacer, Yolo Maid, at Saginaw, Mich.. on July 15, Clark's Horse Review has this to say: "Then came the battle of the great pacers. Distance was waived. On the third score the word was given, with Yolo Maid and Johnston head and head. To the turn Johnson led, then Andy MoDoewil sent the Maid to the front with an electric rush. All through the second quarter Johnston gained inch by inch until midway the third quarter they were head and head; around the turn they came at a terrific gait, and once in the stretch the Maid again pulled away, but with one last grand effort the gelding came again, and at the distance Andy was shaking and lifting the mare, and the horse again was at her head. On they came, neck and neck, until just at the wire Andy lifted her nose and shot under, winner by a neck in 2:1314. Yolo Maid won the second and third heats at ease, and it seemed very funny to see Pickaway beat the old-time king of pacers for second place, but he did it easily, and got second money." The time given was 2:131.x, 2:14'i and 2:15;. This was considered a good performance at the time, as Grant's Abdallab was in the scramble, though coming in last. On Fri dao. however, Yolo Maid eclipsed her pre vious performance by winning the free-for all pace at Detroit. with best time 2:12. This beats the Mai 's previous record of 2:14, made as a three-year-old at San Fran cisco in 1888, by two seconds. Ansel has been bred to Moad S., and the issue is awaited with interest by the lovers and breeders of fast horses. The Breeder and Sportsman save Ansel is a great horse and destined to become a great sire, if the colts by him are any criterion. On the Palo Alto stock farm every one of Ansel's colts are noticeable for three characterist ice: 'they are uniformly built with eplen did limbs, fine tho:ouchbred herds, strong quarters, well shaped ehoulders, and what is also a grand feature,they possess the kindest of dispositions. They show an innat' love for trotting that to an outqider seems al most marvelous. considering the fact that their sire is out of a thorouebred mare, making him half in half: and he would. if not put in the stud this year, trot in 2:15 without doubt. The Breeder and Sportsman says: "If Marcus Daly keeps on buying horses at the present rate he will not know how many be has. There is danger in it to him from the possibility that some day he will start in to bid up his own horse in a selling race. lie is the largest nominator of the year." The fourth fair meeting in Helene, held in Helena in 1f73, niiye ed .!~3,:14 in pre miums. This year $25,000 will be distri buted. This is progress. Mikado, Huntler & Clarke's tiacer, turned a mile in 2:20 ansi back in 2:20;/ yesterday at the fair grounds. A now line of railor hats at Fowles'. iet the lot lay f 2' e Largains in the north window at The e i. 11ir e, White and black mull hats for children at Fowles'. Lot IVoeather Requisites. Prices on dry goods, and particularly on jummer goods, are very attractive just now, and that no doubt accounts for the crowd of shoppers soen on our streets every day, notwithstanding the hot weather. Sands l oe.' establislhnent, with its throngs of pleased buyera the week past, amply proves that the ladies will spend their sooney freely at any time, and what is usually a dull season may be converted into a busy one if the proper inducements are offered. Sand Brow. announce for this week in ad dition to the wonderfal bargains in surn mer requisites of all kind, the most attrac tive induceyetnts of the aeuson in stapIc and dertrirhe black goods. Elegant silk warp Irenriettas in all wtades have been cut away below the wholesale market value, and other lines of black goods have been reduced in propor tion. Ladies who had already made their season's purchase of summer goods htv, taken advantage of the extraordinary bar gains at Sands Brus. to still further replen ish their wards obe, in anticipation of high r prices which ire sure to rule later. On ready-made dresses and tea gowns, jackets. wraps and traveling garments, bands Brol. have tiade prices that cannot fail to please the most economically inclined purchasers. Visit their store this week and you will be sure to profit by the bargains offered. New Fall Millinery. Miss Kingsley is now seeuring her first importations in straw and felt. for mid syaamer and early full. Will also sell trimmed hats on hand for one-half regular price. Corner Park and Sixth avenue. A Graced Ball Will be given Wedneeday evening, July 29), at the annex of the Grand Pacific hotel. Music be Prof. l'-terntan's orchestra. Tickets, including yapper, $1.50. Annual Eucampnipani of G. A. t. at De troll, Mlich. For the above occasion the Great Nor thorn railway line wil sell tickets to De troit, Mich., and return at the rate of $65.75. Tickets will be on sale 'ely 29 to 81 inclusive, limited for return August 30. An extension of time can re secured at l)Sc troit up to September ;' by depositing tickets with joint agent. For further par ticulers apply at No. 6 Main street. B. H. LANotura, Geneial 'licket Agent. Amateur Photographers Can find cheap material in the stock of the late Mr. James Towner. Call evenings, at GGG N. Rodney. Decorated elioner asets containing Itt pilecee. Roew elsaftee, aiplendid goeots, solo $1t1.50 at S'he Bee Hive. THE A. 0. U. W. GATHERING. I first Step Towards Arranglag a Grand Iteception for the Visitors. Grand Master Workman J. W. Kinuley has issued an order which is the initial step towards the grand reception to be given the A. 0. U. W. visitors next June. It speaks for itself and suggests a complete organiza tion by the local membership of the order whose supreme lodge will honor Helena with their presence. The parties comprising the general com mitten are a sure guarantee that no efforts will be spared to make the occasion one long to be remembered by the visitors and a credit to the city and state. If the organi zation desires any assistance from the citizens generally it is believed it will be cheerfully rendered either by personal services or funds. The order will be pro mulgated and is as follows: GSaNim Loaixor, A. O. U. W., or MONTANA, OFFSin OF GUAND MASTar WoRnMAN, HumunmA. Mont., July 215. 1891. To the membership of the A. 0. U. W. of Montana. T'hle fact that the supreme lodge of our order will hold its next annual session in this city is a matter which should enlist the pride of every workman in Montana and no expense or labor should be spared by us in making that event the grandest in the history of workmanship. The several rail road companies running into Helena tender their hearty co-operation, and I feel war ranted in assuring that we shall have a large contract on our hands to entertain our brothers as we should do in justice to ourselves, our city and state. The grand lodge of Montana will hold its session in Helena, commencing August 25, and as that body should take the initiative I desire that some plans be outlined for ores entation to that meeting for its action. I Such a reception as we owe our visitors can not be arranged for in a day, and in order t that some time and careful consideration t may be given the preliminary steps I here- i by appoint the following general com mittee of arrangements. James Sullivan, Helena, chairman. butte Lodge No. 1-J. Schanlanker, Dr. I J. S. Hammond, J. Ross Clark. Dr. J. W. i Gunn, George Pascoe, W. C. Batcheller, R. I S. Miller, Hiram Knowles, Dr. E. J. Leon ard, S. C. Graney. Dr. L. E. Holmes. Daniel Hastings, H. C. Kessler, H. E. Clark, Wm. I Danison. Capital No. 2, Helena-Samuel Alexander, Dr. J. B. Atchison, M. Byrn, Geo. E. Boos,1 John Bean, T. H. Clewell, D. A. Cory, A. J. Craven, C. A. Donelly, Jag. S. Dunn, Wm. Harrison. Richard Lockey, Harry L. Luke, Win. Myers, Wm. Muth, Wm. M. Mann, John Moffitt, Moses Morris, Francis Pope, F. L. Reece, Joseph Davis, John W. Eddy, J. J. Fant, C. W. Fleischer, Isaac Green hood, Joseph Gans, S. Gencberger, Fred I Gamer, Herman Gans, IR. H. Howes'. 11. Hobacki, M. Silverman, Geo. W. Shaw. ]or- S rna Sands, W. A. Trowbridge, John W. Thompson. R. C. Wallace, F. R. Wallace, H. C. Yaeger, Win. Zastrow. Union No. S, Missoula-John L. Sloane, Andrew Logan, W. H. H. Dickinson, W. M. Bickford. Alta No. 4. Wickes-E. R. Dean. Bozeman No. 5-E. M. Gardner. t Townsend, No. 6-E. N. Averill, W. C. Whaley. Dillon No. 7-Charles Hirechman, H. J. 1 Burliegh, Otto Klemm. Rocky Mountain No. 8, Elliston-George Deis. Montana No. 9, Benton-Jere Sullivan. 1 National Park No. 10, Livingston-George % T. Youne. Dr. Goo. R. Wells. Silver Bow No. 11, Walkerville-George e Broughton, Geo. S. Holbrook. N Meagher No. 12, White Sulphur Springs- s Max Waterman. Mt. Powell No. 13. Deer Lodge-Jas. H. Mills. Dr. J. H. Owings, J. E. Van Gundv. C'stle No. 14-James W. Cory. Kinoley No. 15, East Helena-Thomas Graves. Elkhorn No. 16-Dr. W. C. Riddell. Twin Bridge. No. 17-John R. Comfort. .'ilver Creek. No. 19, Marysville-J. D. Conrad, Thus. Wilkensen, Dr. George W. King, Charles Watson. Sheridan, No. 21-John Y. Baker. Anaconda, No. 22-W. W. Tunee, S. D. Beebe, W. H. Morley, John I. Bowman, 3. Martin. Yellowstone, No. 21, Billings-Joe. Zim merman. Waterloo, No. 213, Fish Creek-P. Carney. Madison, No. 27, Pony-Dr. W. Al. Bul lard. Centennial, No. 23, Boulder-James H. Miller. Alder, No. 30, Virginia City-William Warr. Great Falls. No. 33-C. H. Clark, Charles Wagner, Alex. C. Lux. Granite, No. 34-Andrew Bonndy. Silver State, No. 3l, 1iilipsburg-Frank D. grown. The committee was requested to meet at tha hail of Capitol lodge, No. 2, in Helena, Monday, August 3, at three o'clock p. in. J. W. ESNsLEx, Grand Master Workman. Kinsley Lodge, No. 15, A. 0. U. W. A large delegation from Capital Lodge, No. 2, A. 0. U. W., of Helenr, accompanied the officers of the grand lodge to East Hel ena Friday evening to be present at the in stitution of a new A. O. U. W. lodge. Thir ty-six niates constituted the list of charter applicants. The ceremonies were per fonned by J. WV. Kinsley, grand master ] workman of Montana, assisted by Dr. W. M. Bullard, past grand master workman; H. C. Yaeger, grand recorder; Win. M. Mann and Wmi. Myers, past master workmen; It. I1. Ilowey, master workman, and Geo. W. Shaw, E. T. Allen and Henry Pilamine, of Capital Lodge. That being the first, and probably the only lodge instituted by J. W. Kioeley in his dual capacity of grand mas ter workman of Montana and auprrme mastor workman of the order, the lodge was named and numbered taineley Lodge, No. 15, A. 0. U. W. The following were elected and installed as the first otficers of the new lodge: Thomas Graves. P. W. W.; W. W. Johnson, M. W.; .1. T. Working, F.; Geo. Downey, 0.; Samuel Ramsey, recorder; Jerry Have, financier; L. H. Sinclaire, re ceiver; Dr. W. M. Bullard, medical exam iner; Messrs. Brunton, Foley and Mtaven, trustees. After the lodge meeting was over the master workmen and their visitors sat down to a fine banquet prepared by Milton Cauby, which was enjoyed by all. Con gratalatory speeches were made by Messrm. Groves, Kinsley. Bullard, Hiowey, Manu, Y areer, MSers, Johnson. Shaw and Viork rig. The lodge will keep its charter open for three weeks, holding its tlst regular meeting Saturday evening, Aug. 1. BUSINESS IS PICKING UP. So Says a Leading Merchant, Who Enjoys a iiig Trade. Thomas Goff, the Main street merchant, owing to the many classes of people with whom his business throws hier into com munication, is probably as well able to judge of the state of trade, not only in Otelena, but all over the state, as anyone in the city. Carrying a full stock of rti no and mill supplies, he gets very close to the rune oieratoer and prospector. His hard wrire trade brings to his house the con tractor and builder, while its his house furnirlingi department the fathers and mothers of Helena and surrounding towns are found. 'Tralking of business yesterday Mr. Goof said the last two or three weeks had witnessed a very great revivalr. 'this r polies to every branch of the business, but itore epi-eeully to that r, gating to iri ni a' suhplies and hlirdware. "'the miners are getting ii sriome money already and ftrmn thi way the builritrs have been ordoring lately I judge tire building busi nees must Ie picking; upi" i e said. In the list of uminerr' supplirs Mr. Goff shows as comalite a stock as therei is in the stat,. 'I here i bar and ah, t iron, drill steel, herrows lnovuls, picks and hardllrs, oakumr watn'. hltr Iku-itohs' toolt, carpen tere' tools. , n'-e rir' and threading mric chines mit: ,ril, uinllwrigphts' tools, besides a full ltir ir wrne and mill eu;iplier. tespitr !'e warte weather of the past week uon-y of the Indies of lteleita have takeri advantage of tre opportunity to ex amineo a niew line of hirh-grade hir e fur iriof. goods which Mr. Goff recurred a little over ii week ago. Will Heliver it. Commeuncing on T'ieandry next Mr. l~ice n-r will hlver brira new wagun on the streets and will deliver water from his cels brteted mineral spring to any part of the city. A FINE BANQUET. I Two Distingulasted Quests Ratertataed by ta.commenras l Club. One of the Antost enjoyable of the'Com r meroal club's banquets was given at the Brotdwater last evening. The banquet I was well attended and the menu was above all oritioism. The club was fortunate in having as guests Zit. 11ev. George Fox Sey mour, bishop of the diocese of Springfield. Ill., and Mr. Henry Sample Ames. of St. Louis, well known as one of the largest holders of Helens realty. The bishop made a bright and witty after-dinner spoooh, in which he referred pleasantly to his visit in Helena and spoke glowintly of the pros pacts of the city. The members of the club present were Donald Bradford, president, L. G. Phelps. R. A. Harlow, A. J. Selig man, E. D. Weed, N. Kessler, B. H. Floyd Jones, E. W. Knight, C. K. Wells, O. W. Cannon, W. A. Chessman. Geo. 0. Eton, D. A. Cory, Wm. Fuchs, secretary. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Bishop Seymour, of Springfield, Ills., will preach at St. Peter's church this morning. C. Kreindel, a native of France, was ad mitted to citizenship by the district court yesterday. J. D. Matheson &X Co., the rustling real estate agents, now have pleasant ofmoes in the Denver block, on Broadway. Miss Katherine Burge will deliver a dem onstration lecture on marketing, Tuesday evening, at the Helena business college. Society "Nordstjernan" will hold a grand pio- nio at Kranich s grove to-day. No of fort has been spared to make the affair a success. Judgments were rendered in theldistrio court yesterday against Boesman Bros. .k Co. in favor of Wm. J. Lamp for $943.17 and Geo. Mitchell et al. for $869.08. The regular meeting of the board of man agers for the Home having been changed to the last Monday in the month, it will be held at Mis. Hilman's, Breekenridge street, at 2 p. in. Monday, July 27. Delia A. Kel logg, secretary. Francis Murphy will begin his temper ance address this afternoon at 3:80. The music wig be under the direction of Judge Armitage and Secretary Conner, of the Y. l. C. A. Manager Remington will see that the house is well ventilated and kept cool. Mr. Murphy deserves to have a large audience. PERSONAL. Col. Thomas Hanlon, of White Sulphur Springs, is at The Helena. Col. Ingersoll will pass through Helena this afternoon via 'the Great Northern on his way to Butte. S. F. Shannon and wife started for San Francisco yesterday. They go by way of the Northern Pacitic. Mr. Henry A. Root and Mr. Nathaniel Meyers will leave for Butte to-day to attend the opening of the Davis case to-morrow. Among the guests at the Broadwater yes. terday were Prof. Dwight Holbrook. of Clinton, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. 1). B. Hol brook, and Miss Annie Holbrook, of Sing Sing, N. Y., and Air. W. W. Hodgman, of St. Paul. Prof. Holbrook is one of the best known educators in the country and was one of the vice-presidents of the Na tional Teachers association. He is delight ed with Hlelena and particularly the Broad water and thinks no mistake was made in selecting the Queen City for the next con vention. Arrivals at The Helena. M. S. Frown. Michigan. W. 1t. Thompson, Mich Jno. Gardner. C hicago. F. e. Losk, Wyoming. C. W. dhooniig, city. ib. 11. Thompson, tt. A. Metregor and wife, P'aul. Milnneapoli.e Mis MciGregor, Minno Mirs. XI. I. Waite, Wash- aiel i,. tattoo, I). C. Miss Waite. Waohington J. t. (floyd and wife, i. it lo e h,. 0. 11. W. Iligelow, Toledo T. Ilanlon. White ul- Chio. the Springv. (gee. F. Dnauzor. White P. L. X'nnt love, Met- Sulphur Springs. villa. Geo. W. tueller, Chi n. si. Paine, Ste. Paol. cage. 1. 0. Grego.(3rent halls Max lIfhn, Helena. P. Meitenald and wife, MBos Rand Mejonald, Cincoinnati, 0. (incinnati, 0. W. Mconal, ('1uincin- 0. F loodoworit. Great n.ti. i. Falls. Jas. Hasson, St. Paul. It. F. t doll. New York. Chas. WV. Odell, treot F. J. Ptotlor, iolho ter. Falls. J. D. 1lutler, Kalispell. Arrivals at the Grand Central. C. W. P'omeroy, Chi- D. S. Campbell, Chi H. lurrell, and Coulee J. W. Cook, Ifelena. N. B. Vclagart, Men- W. L. COnrch, Si, Paul trial. C. F. lubberd, Ilolena. I Pata oddy, illoatburs. Eu eno Murphy. Rim- 2 11. C. Muitti, lioulder. jol. A. II. Rtbo teen, Men It. Mt. Fletcher, I. Sullivan, Dear Lodele. W. T. Phillips, Kansas Jay 1). Phillips, Dallas. City. C. lnmojo, itelona. M. i etan, Bloseburg. J. J. Morriron and liro. tllhuintr. sitie. ilaryaiiille. - Vat Marthy, " W. C. Whltaii, itwoford. P. L. Imttarick, Elk- Louit Miller. i orbin. loro. Tim-. hDiualdeoii, liaeU- I Rolt .McCulloch, 11- fax. al wifl, li-ten- E. Itogan n ie 11. L. Crate. Valley. F. L. r shorty, Itch-na. J. It. Lloydd Itate. F. i. rlark, J. . Cunugham, St. II. Mart, Denvor. Paul. E. 1). W ilhaitm. Marys- - P. I'. liedt~ravick. Pia- villta ere. J. Witlkinson, Ilinini. Coas. Chadwick, New Mro. WatVon. harmotny. Ind. 7'. L. It7 outai, Miacys D. Witliamn, Marys- vill.o ville. A Child's Sudden Ileathi. Walter Mitchell, child of Mrs. Susan Mit chell. died suddenly last night at the house of Mrs. E. J. MacNeal, on Billinges street, about two miles beyond the Northern Pa cific depot. The mother ltid left the child in Mrs. MacNeal's care while she went to work as cook in a minion camp near Wickes. The child's father was killed in a loine at Philipsburg about two months ago. Cor utter Rockman will investigate the cause of the child's death, The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day forthe production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy whuch is truly pleasing and refreehiug to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleatse the system gently in the sprina titne, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it becomes Heriert, Nicholson & Co., limited, have uamnved their general ofilres from tlie ware hrocue ti their tslesroond, eniorn Edwards i treeNtanid Park avenue. All ', lerl left there forwindt coal, hisa, 5ld ind .will haae pronmp attenatim . Triull hitl lrnouce lit Nwhoesale only. Tniephnof it ndl, John 1t. Watson has remnoved his atock of tgroceries from the old stand oil Main strret - to Nte. v 1. and lii Plmk narnue, whera lie a will be intin to see till hin old fr iede and I patrons. Telephone No. Iii. s New and complete r line f gas and talo tric ultsianiiliers. eauitles riid tilt jut re - eived at Sturrock &, llrowt's. y lig drive in table lien and towels ait. '11lie a I Vivee. hIELENA IN 111IEF. I1Jackson's music store, Malley tiliork. 1)11-1) G (ioFNm .lil?. pontai, ira loroaret (kitiloi P r a lt Itili. Stte al A. G. LOMBARD, -Civril Ezgirý©r. Roote 41, Moataita Natitonal Flank lsluildmug. IRaeservoirs Canala and Irrigation a hStsmmsptj. Slaes lease prvcaml saL eajieim~n $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. The ondorsignedi will eol to bane ifor a nerm ot ttroet y 'not Choir Itay rauch, etvrtailt who neohoat of lotow. 'ortoe easy and .iattofantory to any rneo aomio purchaaer. Alao a taunl Ifl nunataitt raonh tweutty-eceny mithe ntorlth of Ilteiue. andt within thrtr a antl coto hlm mitre of thei Groat. Nnrtht'ri railrtowl, to g other with e u tla heal of flne tradcd htok, o half aettic anti theo tthttr hilt Itoraee. tine leand nehrun to noock andrte, nt. attraioa 1 ft. too ncigwilborioed mnto all tocm awl tormme. Tiat ranch is loatoed on fhi oe and tan Mario, and includes twot wa o' righils and nuttotoono Rlchet, twl abdlo. ltOt eworth of fruit of all Tintt esuiaboem to the oonl toll limat. ntie hne theod aies fenoed. onoelonauto ereh peond boel Cotrked wilh troit ant llet beaver, to keep tIe dintsttt olnott, antI fair bttiblinge, ltodlo, etit., for tomnttolay tso. IFtr garlonllg, fruit raisine , ,tck r12iing,a dairy ltoatIon ita, gontieoto a 'otitlont' thit ranch tannott ho etqualtd by any othJr in tit pirt. tf th0 t E att. Ian tormt or informtation call at the ranch or write to Mitchell's Station. 'Jul. propouititln is otade on antcount of the prSruixthtet altah f Ma. Wilelnon and theeat itroatitint old ago of the riarlicn. MONT Ul* ILNSONY l EN t SET. MR KINSON. Great Reduction of A MILLINERYA Iwill sell my entire stock of Trimmed Hate at oent, for tt ntext thirty daye commencing July . Owing to the unfavorabe eeaon, 1 have an immnsnen stook of TRIMMED HATS. BON NETS, AND CHiLDRtlN'S GOODS. They wunt gou. Regardless of Gost. To wake room for New Goode. I mean besinso., anid the ladies of Helena were never before utileredl snch bargains ae I wilt now give them. I carnuntly solicit an early call to examine my gooda. F. KEMIPSEY, No. 12 Warren St., Helena, Mont. J. P. PORTER, Real Estate an d Mines, OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. MOtNTANA IJNIVERSITY. 'I UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA. FALL TERM1 OPEN'S SEPT. 3, 1891. (nourteon lInstractio--1, Cillege; 2. iollego Frepartacrv i uluiunc'sn 4, Ntiml; 5, Music; Ii. Art. Also nttut~irn iin 10 o m tnn lranchiest. ABiLE INSiTRUCTION, ELEGANT BiUILDINGI St 'end ftir Ct alaogue to thue I rouidont.., E. P. TOWER. A. M., D. D HELENA FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT Is the only firm west of Chicago that can offe r the Ladies of Helena a full selections of the XYLATEST DIRECT IMPORTED FASHION PLATES IN THE WORLD,_ _ Whose equal hnve never before been seen by the ladies of Helena. Inspection cordially invited, from 11 to 12 A. M. and from 5 tot; 1'. M, Plates sent all over Montana for selections. DRESSES MADE AND SENT C. 0. D. - FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS DRESSES WILL BE MADE IN TWELVE HOURS.' SANDS BROS. ANNUAL REDUCTIONS MIDSUMMER -IN BLACK' GOODS. CLEARING Silk Warp Ilenriettas, Reduced from $1.50 to 95c. Per Yard. SAiLElSi Warp pHenietta s, SA LE. Reduced from $1.75 to $1.25 Per Yard. Silk Warp Hlenriettas, This week we place on sale exceptional Reduced from $x.9o to $i.5 per Yard. and striking bargains in Black Goods, in ad- Silk Warp llenriettas, Reduced from $2.25 to $1.65 Per Yard, dition to the long list of bargains already ad vertsedin or oherdepatmets.Silk Warp Henriettas, vertisedl in our other departments. Reduced from $2.50 to $1.85 Per Yard. The prompt response to the announcement Silk Chantilly Laces, of our reductions last week, has induced us to Formerly $2.25. Now $1.45. make still greater efforts to attract close Silk Chantilly Laces, buyers. Formerly $2.50. Now $1.65. Prices on summer requisites of all kinds Silk Chantilly Laces, have been cut away below the cost of pro- Formerly $3.00. Now $2.10. dtluction. Silk Chantilly Laces, Housekeepers and proprietors of Hotels Formerly $4.25. Now $3.25. and Boarding Houses should make an early Black Cashmeres, Black Silks, Black inspection of the bargains shown in Linens Serges, Black Brilliantines, Black Drap de Almis, B~lack Grenadines, etc., greatly re and Cottons. duced. INSPECTION INVITED. SANDS BROS. CLOSING OUT SALE IVINES,_LIOUORS ANCIGARS, On Apoount of= ]etiring Fromr Business. Having decided to retire from business, I will sell my entire stock of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars at "40 EASTERN PRICES "+" 400 barrels of Whisky in bond, of the following well-known brands: W. H. McBRAYER, BOND & LILLARD, JAMES E. PEPPER, and MELW OOD. The following Whiskies on hand: 60 Barrels JBond & Lillard, Spring 1887. 60 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 MoBrayer, Spring 1888. 25 Barrels Tea Kettle, Spring 1883. 25 Barrels Meroantile Club. 25 Barrels Clifton Springs. Also numerous brands of goods of the spring of i88o and 1883. 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. ~OiOOJ!±!I RNUSL~RS. 200 000 LADIN missAs 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. L. ISOT CM S., IS A L .&° SOUTH MAIN ST., HELENA. JOIIN A. SCMMNIIJER, FRESCO . ? JlNTEJR. Public Buildings, Churches and Dwell ing Houses Decorated in the Latust Style, Tinting, Kalsomin ing, etc. P. O. Box 785. HELENA. MONT .N ICb OFA'LIAiNTCTI~l tion 8, mban and regulations proecrihed by the honorable eocrrctny of the interior, May 5th, 1891. 1, the oruderuignrd. horebo give nlotice that at the ulcuirutiun of twenty-one dlare from the first publicration of this notice, t will meoto written appalica jion to the htutuoratblc uorretary of the inlterior fortan thiority to out unod reomveall the etorehautn. hie0 euw loge, tine, fir and tamorauok tinmber on the following Icrerited land, to wit: The nor-th halt of meetiu 22, tawnehip i15 north. rne 21l woot, roid t root of land coutaining 310 acrros and having; there-ut ehout oittbttlo feat of lyne ittlyt~tI feot of fir and 10tIJOQI feel, of tamoraroh timber: olio that certain tract of land whith will lac when eurveyedt nertion ti, township lb north, range 1i went, suid tract; of land containing tit)' ares and turing" horyon about 1,000.000 ftec of por tambar: mcittlatnd in rocky bencheu and not adapted to agrirtitero and locatedi in Mlsoeula county in the state of Motaucna. 't1ttNiTANA LUMtBht AND MVG. CO. fBy Wot. 'tnotten'ort, Ge neool Mtanagor. Firat publication July It. 1881.