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ontraotors Make Another Demand on the Trustees About Their e Bill of Extras, Trustee Langhorne Says That Definite Information About the a Items Was Refused. d Arbitration IFavored to settle Some of the R Points in Dispute Under the c Contract. There was a breezy session of the school trustees yesterday for a time, growing out 1 of the building of a school house in the first ward. Trustee Lookey had the floor for several minutes. He thought the old t building, which has been sold to Alderman Lisener. had been disposed of against the 1 Wishes'of the people living in that ward, ind that it had been sold too cheap. At a special election hold last year the school board was authorized to sell the building and lot and with the proceeds to secure ground elsewhere in the ward and erect a suitable school house upon it. Mr. Lookey said it was the intent of the law that after a location had been made by the trustees it should be left to the people in the ward to approve of the place selected. 'The other members of the board did nopt agree with him. Mr. Joseph Gans did not approve of taking back the old buildings and favored adver tising for bids for the erection of a building on the ground purchased. Mr. Lockey did not believe it to be a wise thintg to do. He thought the board should go slow about ex pending money. He was in favor of pro tecting the school funds. There should not be any politics in the matter but it ought to be a straight business proposition. Be fore any contracts were thought of they should figure on the extras first. While he was talking the clerk of the board brought in a notary to take the acknowledgement of the trustees to the deed conveying the old school building to Mr. Lisener. Mr. Lookey objected to having this forced upon the board while the subject was under discus sion. It was a special meeting which had been called to allow Mr. W. H. Orr $83,400 for the work already done on a school building in the seventh ward, but other matters got be fore the board. Attorney Miller, represent ing Whalen & Grant, contractors on the Central school building, said he wanted some action taken about the bill of extras, amounting to $23,000, which has been be fore the board for some time. He said that the contractors wanted something done at once. They had already put more money into the building than they had received from the board, and welr obliged to borrow money to go ahead with the work. This bill of extras was referred to a committee of which Mr. Langhorne was a member. He told the trustees yesterday that when the com mittee asked for definite information con ceru'ng items in the bill of extras they vir tually received an insulting reply. As far as he was concerned, the contractors would never get the amount demanded, except as to a few items which he believed to be just. until the end of a lawsuit was reached. He was willing to leave the items which the board conceded to be due, to arbitration to settle the amounts. Mr. Orr's bill was allowed, being pay ment for the completion of tile first story * of the building in the Seventh ward. Then a committee recommended the em pldyment of five janitors to take care of the schoolrooms, and the superintendent of the schools was directed to make a statement of the number of teachers engaged and the number of rooms. There is considerable business for the board to do, but it had to go over until Thursday evening, when the board will moot in regular session. So the trustees met without acknowledging the deed to Mr. Liasner or paying Whalen & Grant any money. The Bee Hive, r North Main street, The Merchants lunch at the Helena Cafe is equal to any regular dinonergiven by any oI.ler place in the city. No increase in price. VIGILANTES AFTER HIM. A Crazy Harness Maker Who Tried to liaulg Himself. Jesse R. Wilcox, a one-legged harness maker, who used to work for Spencer & Nye, was adjudged insane in the district court yesterday. He has an idea that the vigilantes are after him. Yesterday he tried to hang himself. In his pocket was found a notewhichread: "Brother Herbert, s I am in the hands of the vigilantes for an unknown crime, but whisky has been my ruin. I am an advocate of prohibition." Wilcox, who looks to be about forty years old, has been here for four years and is un married. 11e is not violent and readily I obeys any one he has known. Sheriff Jef- 1 ferias will take him to the asylum at Warm I 8pringat to-day. Do not let infants nuffer from the chill air of the evenings, but buy a cloak at the Boo IIive special eale. Typewriting, room 15 Balley block. Put a Fence Around It. Owners of cows in and around the city are up in arms against the garbage dump in Squaw gulch, The cows find the kitchen refuse very palatable and the consequence is that their milk is spoiled. That is not the worst of it, for it has caused the deaths of four valuable cows in the past few days. The cows pass up Squaw gulch on their way to pastute and are at racted by the pile of garbage. A fence around the dump would bb an economical way to -keep the cows out. Sealed Bids. Sealed bids are invited for the boring, in the Prickly Pear valley, opposite Helena. of an artesian well to a depth of 2,000 feet, unless a good- flow of water is sooner ob tained. The bore to be six-inch, with five and five-eighth inch casing and the con tractor to furnish the necessary machinery, all supplies and material. All work must be done in a first-class manner and bonds will be sequibed of the contractor for the faithful fulfillment of his obligations. The Well must be completed within a reasonable Stime. Bids will be open September 10, 1891. The company would much prefer- to have the bidders apleor in person. HirrtiNA ALREBIAN WELI COMPANY, Care of C. A. Brondwater, Helena, Mont. Dr. Skilu m In, pan less dentlstry, Sixth and Main. lIxtrarctng 16tolh 5e. SALE OF FURNITURE. An Excellent Ollpporunity to Proeure Ilousehnlo Goods Cheap. Those in need of carpets, heating stoves, bedroom sets, window shadeo, etc., by call ing at42) North I1enton avenue between 9a m. and 5 p. m., can get them at very low figures. The colebrnled Foster kid glovoes are concededtl tin he the het untelo. I'e o ile isllsvo i nolling the five-hook glovo this week at $1.25, 'i ho "oee tlive Iras Just reeivred a flui line of the world renown, d I.uIdburrg'e Perfumes which they are selling at tastern prices. Old Piporn, Old papers for sale at this office at a low price. HOW BROWN ESCAPED, The Most Ingenious Jell Breaker in a Laong Time. At last it has leaked out as to how William Brown, the Butte mail robber, made his T escape from the county jail some weeks ago, Browa was confined in a cell on the west side of the big steel cage. In the northeast corner of the gallery running around the cage is a big stove used to heat the plane in cold' weather. For some months it has been empty and fireless. From eight in the morning until eight at night the prisoners are allowed the freo dom of the corridor surrounding their cells in the cage, but none except a few trusties are allowed outside the cage. On the day of Brown's escape, the keeper started to look at the interior of the cage after throwing the levers which close the cells on the prisoners for the night. The prisoners occupying "apartments" in the east side of the cage had been locked in, and then those on the west.sle on this particular occasion. IBrown had skill fully arranged his bedding and blankets in his cell so as to make it look as it he were asleep. Then he had opened the big door of the great stove and slipped in side. There was plenty of room for him there in a stooping vosition. When the jailor had, as he supposed, locked all the prisoners in the cells, he went to the rear of the cage on the east side to see if any had secreted themselves in a spare room there. While he was making the examination Brown came out of the stove and slipped out of the open cage door into the main body of the building. To walk into the kitchen of the jail and drop from the win dow to the ground five feet below was an easy matter. Brown, of course, had some help from the other prisoners in the matter of signals and after iguornnce of his where abouts. But these facts leaked out after wards through a prisoner who was in the ail at the time and who has since been re eased. It was one of the most daring and cunning escapes ever practiced in the north west. Swend Carison for union-made cigare. Goo. H. 'Taylor, dentist, Denver block. For pictures and stuatunry go to the liesllive for the largest line in town. SUPREME COURT. Opinions Handed Down Yesterday - A New lule. H. Klein and Elizabeth Constans, appel lants, vs. Joseph Davis et al. The court decides that there was no abuse of discre tion by the district court in granting an in junction to prevent the excavating on some mining ground. T. C. Power et al. vs. H. Klein, a companion case, was also decided the same way. James A. Maloy, respondent. vs. John Berkin. The object of the action in the lower court was to obtain a decree of can cellation of a deed conveying a one-fourth interest in the Ida mine, in Jefferson conn ty, for the alleged gross inadequacy of con sideration paid for the property and acts of fraud and deceit in the procurement thereof. The deed was for $20,000, and an offer was made to restore the money with interest. The court says it was not shown that the plaintiff prior to the commence ment of the action had made an offer. The judgment overruling the appellant's mo tion for a new trial is affirmed. Jacob Switzer vs. R. A. Allen. This was an naction to recover a frame building at Alhambra formerly used as a dance hall. Switzer was nonsuited. The supreme'court sustained the lower court. A new rule was adopted by the court yes terday. Whenever in the trial of an action or other proceeding, finally appealed to the court, an exhibit of any kind, not bound in the record, may be withdrawn after the de termination of the case. When the record contains a transcript of any document, which was introduced in evidence in a case brought to the supreme court on appeal, the court may order it up for examination. HIave you tritd the new perfunme, "Swiss Lilac," the moot lasting and fragrant odor known? For sale only at the Bee Hive. Everything first-class at the Helena Cafe. Go to the Bee l1ive forall kinds of sheet music. Only ten cents per copy. SPECIAL LIST. For Sale by Samuel K. Davis, Mining Slack Broker. 3,000 Cumberland (Castle), whole block, $2.10. In lots of 200 to 500, $2.25. 1,000 Bald Butte (Marysville), whole block, $2.00. 142 Bald Butte, $2.50. 500 Helena & Victor (if not sold), $2.10. 142 Helena & Victor, $2.50. 5.000 Copper Bell, @ 10c. 5,000 Jersey Blue (the best buy in the market) 10c. 20 and 27, Bailey block. Mene' night shir.e in plain and fancy embroid reed fronts at the tive hive for 15 cents. A pamphlet illustrating Ilhlena and vicinity, with views of Broadwater, Hlain street, and the pronlinent buildings, complpte with statistircs and general information, at the B3ooee hive for 75 cents. DUir. Essig & Foote, lelntists, rooms 510 and 511 Power block-flfth Illor. Why Don't You Move to Butte? Why don't you move to Butte? they ex claimed, as they surveyed themselves in the large mirror at the New York Dry Good Store. Yes, they were Butte ladies who had been purchasing extensively at Helena's grand emporium. How lovely my dress fits and what elegant material, they con tinued. Whiskered dress goods, and oh, what shades in broadcloth. You will send us samples wont you, when we want addi tional frocks, or, perhaps you could .prevail upon the Butte dry goods merchants to buy their goods from you. We dislike to say it but they are so slow. Why don't you move over. If our horses win to-morrow we will take the $75 and $100 dress patterne. I do hope we will be successful for I like your goods so much, they have such a distin guished look, so different from other stores. Examination for Teachers' Certificates. Will be held at the Central school build ing on Warren street Sept. 9 and 4, after which there will be no further examination till the first Saturday in December. No private examinations will be given. C. L. 'I URNLEY, County Superintendent of Schools. BlIds Wanted. Bids will be received until Saturday, Sep tember 5, 1891, for excavating about 2,000 yards dirt at T. C. Power's reesidence. Dirt to be removed to west side school grounds., For particulars call on F. J. Shaffer. New on the Street. The mineral water wagon, containing water from the famous Lissner springs, will be on the streets to-day and every day thereafter and will be furnished at five cents per gallon. Those desiring water left at their homes will please leave their orders at the , ineral Spring hotel at the old Inter national site. Isn't This Cheap ? Go to Oppenheimer a Aech, International hotel block, and try a bottle of porter at 15 cents. Idel 0 l 1 31 1I M-Powder Used in Millions of Homes--.4o Ycrs the Standard. ECHOES FROM THE FAIRiJ The Amounts Paid Out in Purses and Who Were the Winners. Some More Good Horses Whio h Have Changed Owners or Controllers. A Pacer Ituns Away But Winds Up Near Whore lie Started Without Any Injury. The winning stables at the Helena races carried away $10,080 in actual cash in the shape of purses. The heaviest winners were as follows: Matt torn........................ $8,2265 0 Suison stock farm................. 1,80 00 Hugh Kirkendall................ 1,755 00 D. G. Bricker .................. 1,400 00 Williams & Morehouse............ 1,825 00 H. I. Baker ....................... 90 00 W. H. Chambers .................. 87 r0 F. J. Stafford.................... 749 00 Rtyan ros ......................... (75 0 T. . E. Keating..................... 00 00 The Montana Fair association did well in spite of the heavy purses offered in the races. The reeeipt: from oentries of horses were $8,260, and $6,000 was taken in at the gate. With other receipts from privileges, commissions on pool sales, etc., the direc t tors of the association are expected to make a very good showing to the stock holders. Most of the stables have gone away from the fair grounds. The Suison stock farm's horses leave to-morrow for Portland, to which point B. C. Holley has also taken his flyers. Portland, in fact, seems to be the destination of most of the stables rep resented here. B. C. Holly had the satisfaction of seeing his trotter, Steve Whipple, in such excel lent shape that he was able to ship the horse along with the remainder of the stable. A discussion as to the relative merits of Eddie R. and Kildare has resulted in an agreement for a matched race for $500 a side between the geldings. It will come off d to-day at the race track. Aleok Lewis backs Kildare and W. H. Chambers backs his own horse. It will be a three-quarter e mile heat race. Hugh Kirkendall has sold the bay gelding Daniel B. to go to the Sweet Grass hills. - B. C. Holly has leased of the owners until May next the running qualities of Nevada and Montana. They will go to Portland h and thence thiough the coast circuit. The Evans estate, Deer Lodge, has sold to B. C. Holly, the trotting stallion Don L. a 2:24 and five of his yearlings. Gov. Toole, the pacer belonging to James P. Porter, was at the blaciksmith shop on Fuller avenue yesterday, in charge of E. T. t Dunphy. He, with Fred McConnell, were in the cart behind the hoese. Turning from Fuller into Sixth avenue, Gov. Toole took fright at a motor and jumped to one side, breaking a wheel off the cart. Both I men were thrown out, but Dunphy held on e to the reins and was dragged up Sixth eve Sne and around into Park avenue, when he - had to let go, as he could not keep up with d the pacer. Gov. Toole wont down Law , rence street to Fuller avenue and stopped e at the blacksmith shop unhurt. Dunphy's I, hands were badly scratched. The cart was 1. wrecked. Get your feet fixed up. Professor HIanna, the world famed and only palnlesR corn extractor, is now in Helena, and can be found at his ofie:',. room 16, Cosmopoli tan Hotel. for a brief period. A DOUBLE CHARGE. Michael Newmyer Can Be Tried Either At Helena or Elkhorn. The Helena police were naked last week to look out for one Michael Newmyer, who was wanted at Elkhorn for burglary. Spec- I ial Policeman Heimendinger arrested New- 1 myor Saturday night. It is charged that he broke into a house in Elkhorn and stole, among other things, two watches. One of the watches was recovered at a place in Helena where he had sold it. Newmyer 1 will be taken to Elkhorn for trial on the i charge of burglary, If he should succeed by any means in getting clear there, he will be brought back to Helena and tried for strand larceny, for having brought stolen r ,goods into the county. Harris-Winter. One of the pleasantest events in Boulder during the past week was the marriage of Mrs. Mary Harris and Mr. Harry Winters, which occurred on Sunday last. The cere mony was performed by Rev. IR. S. Clark in the presence of friends of both bride and groom, and later Mr. and Mrs. Winters re ceived the warm congratulations of their many friends. A pleasant reception was hold at the residence of Mr. Winters, which was fitted up for the occasion. After midnight there was dancing and mbsie. Those present thoroughly enjoyed the occasion and left with many hearty con gratulations and pleasant remembrances. Mr. Winter is one of the old-time mining men in Montana. He mined in Confederate gulch years ago and held a very responsible position in the Drum Lummon. He owns valuable placer ground, besides several quartz claims north of Basin. No mining man in Montana is better known, has more friends or enjoys a better reputation. The bride is a most estimable woman and has the esteem of a large circle of friends, all of whom wish Mr. and Mrs. Winters a long and happy future. For Sale. A now steam flouring mill with the latest improved machinely, roller process, capaci ty of fifty barrels per day, situated at Fort Benton,, Montana. A large crop of wheat is now being harvested in this vicinity; a good home market for flour is assured, the near est mill to this place being forty miles dis tant. Theo property willy be sold at a great bargain to a practical miller by applying early to * T. C. PowEa & Boo. Fine cloth-bound bdoks at the Bee Hive only i8. cents per volume. Complute your library. Navonl & Vollert's Opera Rouse Orchestra. We are now prepared to furnish first-class music for all oocasions. Address F. V. Vol lert, 813 Ninth avenue, or J. M. Navoni, 524 Eighth avenue, Helena, Mont. A Great Snap. Everyone seems to be offering bargains nowadays, but of all the snaps now being thrown open is the stock of dry goode, clothing and gents' furnishing goods by H. Lissner, in the Novelty block on Main street. You can get dry goods at your own price. Raheigh I Clarke. Our arrangements for the fall business are now complete, and we are prepared to supply the aitizens of Helena and our roundings from one of the Largest and .Most Attractive Assortments of Dry Goods ever offered in this market. This season we have exclusive control in this city of several very important lines of Goods, both of foreign and domestio manu facture, and are thus enabled to offer un rivaled inducements to purchasers. Every department of our house will be found complete end fully equipped with the Newest and Most Desirable Goods of the season, and we are in a position to euc )cesasfully compete with any market. Our Mail Order Department is under the supervision of an experienced man. Goods ordered b- mail that are not satisfactory we cheerfully exchange or refund the mon ey. Requests for samples promptly at-. tended to. Raleigh & Clarke. :OPENIN G! if - ) FALL STYLE DUNLAP HTTSI e Derbys and Silks, OPENING T-DAY! BABCOCK'S, 'UMMONBS-IN THE DISTRICT COI1RT OF h the First Judical district rf the state of A Montana, in and for the county of Lewisand Clarke. Jacob C. Drinkwater, Ilaintiff, vs. George 13. Butler, Nancy B. Gould, Abby Butler, 1). C'oro ln triftio, James It. (iritrin, Lcvina Iteby, David toby, N'athan Wiiliougtrsy. Frank E. liut sler, Annetta I:. Burton, HIenry W. Iurton, George Hi. Gould, Sarah I.. Gould, Edward It. Pierce ard the Pieg.n Mining & Milling comptnry, defn'lante. The st-to of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. Yeon are hereby re ulrtd to appear in an action broueghlt against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court ofi tihe , irst judicial dislrict of Ilte state of Montana, in and for ttt county of Lewis an.u Clarke. and to answer tie complaint filed therein, witllin ten days (exrclrive of tire day of service) after tihe service on yrou of this seaumons, if served within ihis county; or. ii served oct of tihie county, but witlin this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty rlays, or judgmnent by default will be taken a..ainstyou, according to tile prayer f sraid romplaint. 'lie said action is brought to recrrs'r tihe altm of eiclk t lrrttrtre tiu t hirrt.:.c 17-100 dolla re, to gotihor with interest Ilrher'rr it tile rate of I0 per c nt. per sannulet from epteoreber 1., ]817, ut ' renditieon rf .]edtment. againrt al of tire a!lov., named defendants (excel.t the l'.ersn Mlirtnr & Milliig rompranor ) and to fereclr.eo a ncrrrt.igc given to secure ihe paynomet ol the sarnte. ri alle nundivirdd ty int re-t in tile I itganrt quarltz lode minirg crtiri aruit the t'iogan Spr. r quartz lutdo mining olnim, irit.lo at the hIanI o I inuorrn CGulch, a smnple Mining distribt, I ewi. and Clarkl county, state of iollintaa. exe!uae I ry all of nsaidi defendants, excet. said P:egan rtiining and Mill ing camntpau'. ant., t do:roe tile lin of nin mortgageo prior tro an' claim said t'iean MiiningTirr & iilling cenrurrry. mury torae opern said prerni sect ecrein bftrr `drereritrnrl. And you are hereby notif.dl that if you fail to appear and answer the said corrlairnl, s as bove reqnired, the msid plaintiff witll take ,dealtrr aRaiuot yon anrt citrpliy ts the cro rt for the relief in t.hr ctmpltiIlt heroin demand.id Given under my Ihand and thi seal of the dis trictcourtof tile First judicial district of tile state of Montana. in and for l.o county of teowis and Clarke, this ritgteentll dayR of Artgurt. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and nitety-one. Ieall JOttN IBEAN., Cloerk. y .. TetocpsoN. Drpuirty Clerk. b stOi'I & toScti, Attorneys for klautinri. iUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the Firot Judlicial district of the state of Montana, in and for tihe county of Lewis and tulerk., rmnrqrgeno Brown, plaintiff, vs, tobert Brown. defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to tile abshove named defendant. You are hereby requtired to appear in an action brought against you iy tie above niamrrd plairtilfl in the distriot court f tho r imrt judicial distriot of ite statre of Montana, in and for the oonnty of Lews aunt Clarke. and to answer tihe comliutst tilrd therein, within tlen days (exclusivo of the day of servieor) after the service on yon of thiis euinnons, if served within this rounty; or. if carvtd out of tic count(y, but litsli thin dietriet, withlin twentvsayrs; otherwise withini forty ays,. or jit d(ment by defarlt will be takeln nuaiustyirt. eoordingl to the prayer of said complaint. TI'he aid action is brouight to iprocuro frort esaid eorrt 't a judgirernL atd loerre rieU rotelinr trhe hrnld of matrlmrny oair - i g between ilie plainlintff ad defend aut. for at thti dfeoodJant, withrrot cause, in tte tear 188, ilrorttdl thle plelntitf, anrd oleer sinrroo hiat dito a Ir anilinti!ld to d:t 'ri her, Indr hals iregleeted and failedn iti LoLt tI' pltinlilft or tire thrre children, fruits of sadl Intrriegr, nard I'or that said deiendant lirae irbee guitty or ex-i teeme cruelty tcrwerds plaiutiff in tlreatontgiI to I hoor ar d kill herr, ann is besting snd ill using rr'r. 'eihe llniarritf Ihlts for a dvlornce fron ir frndant alrd the e soetrrlti O[ naid inn dtreI. t Andiyon are hereby notlfitr thIat. if you fail to s pr'r and answer the srtid ornlrlrtrrits. act above required, ilia tnai plaintilt wvit talei defaullt aslirel yrour and ninly to the eorurt frr tihe relief limrnaled in liro olrpiaintl, GivoI ndsner Uiy Ihatd alid tit seal of tile die. trine conrt of tire Fi'et judicial dirsletrict iL tire s;ate of Montana, in and for the county of Lewris anti Clarke, uhre sixth day if Augnurt. in tin' yar ofr otr lord, one thosratrd right hrandred and itlroty-ono, I ternl] JOHN IIIEAN, Clerk. By It.. tr l.hN. Ueonlty tClerk. 1). d. WAD., Atotorney for I laintiff. -'I'rtt(iTOiDhli8 ' MhBlIETINi'--NO'TICE is Siernrhty givert Itis thin annual inrotiiri of tire stockhtrdert tii tie Indeptenrrieret 'u ri biting tlrnrlIany will lie hIltl atI. I,0 llirCr of Itecilutu tarry, No. ll iri ,ai y tSit' 'i.lti, ilrtint run ion hlorldt', t h day t 'e' if reitarrlror, 1to1, onri ltarrnllrg at' foutr oe' elrrk p, m., f ir Illa lntraroe tit electing trunsteo anti ror tinl- t'naareion it l r such otlor tuetslnls as arl ta pr-,arlenterd. A, W'. hYMAN, Prulidellt. At itat.1 MA8CSllA i LLAtiD, tony. T. G. POWER & Gs., -JOBBERB AND DEALERS IN M innr Macfiner STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS, Wire IT o3-istiJa-g Rope, .to . Wagons--auartz, Lumber and Farm--Wagons Fence Wire, Wind Mills and PFumps. 50 I)IFE YREN LE STYES OF VEHICLES. In order to make room for Winter Goods will close out Vehicles at an advance of 10 per cent. above cost Call and sea for yourself The JOMN R.DREW ASSIGNMENT SALE, Cheap! Cheaper! Cheapest! LADIES' AND MEN'S .BOOTS AND SHOES SIGN. OF BIG BOOT, Main Street, Opposite Grand Central Hotel tRERIFF'S SALE--BY VIRTUE OF AN EXGE r ction in my hands, issued out, of tihe dis trict court of the iirt Jndicial district of the state of Montani , in and for toe county of Lewis and tClarke, in the Puito G (o.rg, rI'. Cope,plaintilf against he i orth rarrtmiLnumnou t iol and imLer Eliing aeol.nuy, dOfendant, duly anteti.ed the 25th day of Anrcui A. Di., 1h1. I lave levied pon allthe right, title and interest of the sid barth mLrun-ior-tmon (Iold antd lhor otlimnt colnphny in and to the following described prop erty, situatedin Lewis and Cltarke county, state of iMontana. viz.: The I"Irish tirl" quartz lode tining claim, Aituated iu Ottawa unurganoizd raniingo disricl, Lewis and'Clarke c.IOn'y, state of IMontana, an:G is northnest of the tow; of Mtarysvil:r, and ad joins the ' Fabian" pl;arr mining clain. M 'or a morn pcrtioualrdewnripti:r oi said property ref erence is hereby rnatnle to, Book 2 of Lodes, pa'o; I1. Also the "Florenc Traction'" lode mining clrc,. silllated io (Itiuwa tLunorgaeizo:i mlnlng drstriol. Lewi annl (lrrlro county. , nloninta, nnd is about, oee-itnl (Li. lniie cast of le lown laryt vile, cn the north ride of Silver crerkC. I or a mnor partlrer aldesnr. it.irn ofi aid progery Ie'oflr once irshertby mate to lok 2 l of e odes, page til0. 'Icge:l.or with all anrd r i:guloar tie torcnornts, heroditamento nrd ralprllenance:o thereunto ho lonr:ine or in ano; wvi.. aprrrttiliicg. Notice is herrey gi Yen thal on j'hln r.day, tihe 17t h day of lenpttmi-o r. A. D. 181. at the hourof 12 o'clock m. of said de.ay, at tie front rdlor of IIth court honuse, ill thie cr: of eleene. I will sell all tie right. title anu interest of fire said North iirnum-Lnmmonn o:I and i-ilver Mining conmprny in ant I,o the said above de scribed property, to tihe Ihighest bidder for cash in hand. Given under my Iland Ithis, tihe 25th day of Augnst, A. 1). iSO,. IPAL tI G.i JLOHNSON. LoDeputy .eriff. MONTANA NLVllSITY. UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA, FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3, 1891. Conrso of Instrurtion--l, Collerge: 2. College Preparatory: 8, Businessir : 4, Normanl: . Music: ti, Arct. Also Inostruction in Comnmrn Brmanches. ABLE INSTRUCTION, ELEGANT BUILDINO f-Wfend for Catalognue to tile l'rosidont...I F. P. TOWER. A. M., D. D -F WLES' CASH STORE - Are Now Showing a New and Elegant Line - --- Ladies', Children's and Infants' Cloaks, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Notions, Infants' Goods, Ladies' and Children's Hoisery and Underwear, Corsets and Kid Gloves, Yarns, Worsteads, Drapery Goods, Flannels, Dress Lining, etc,, etc. etc. Which \We Arc Now Offering at the LOWEST CASH PRICE. FOWLES' CASH STOR,E. A FINE RESIDENCE AT A BARGAIN1 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 &Co. GOLD BLOCK. Eight Years Before the Public, Onr workend graduates strongest recommend. ations. No v.catiulo. school in sessioln now. DAY ANI) NIGHT SE.SSONS. COURSEB:--. Business. 2, Stenography and .'ypo-writiug. i, Telegraphy. 4, Pen Art. 5, Architectural. 6. Engllih and Normal. 7, Culinary. First.-cOlas boarding accommodations for studente at oTU)cN'Te oOM. No. 70l Ninth avenue. SPE(IAL 'TERMS given to all who apply from JULY 25 to SEPT.tItII.It 1, for a toar'e or half year' course. )llmonetration Loctcre in Cooking overy Turea day trom b to 10 p. m. at College Hall. For full ineo hrmatin visit the College or read the "Now lusiueo. Educator," or address the PriofiVPrl. af. H1. ENGELHORN, N. A. hlelena. 'Mont.