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viated of 1oleding Up a ftRob.
bIts 'Robert Ray on .
Woumen in the CuJe on
fr 8.1ints An Aooeg*
W ianuee lanitlined for the SItat-.
The .uary Visit the Heas on
he jury in the Clark highway robbery
found the defendant guily of the
charged. It did not take the twelve
very long to reach their verdiet, which
read in open court shortly after two p.
Clark's attorney wanted to put him on
stand in his own behalf after the state
its ease. The oounty attorney ob
to this because nowitnesses had been
duced by the defense. Jndge Hunt
tined the objection. The jury did not
he penalty in their verdict but left it to
etermined by the court. Clark main
ed his usual composure when the elerk
the verdict. Great interest is mmani
d as to the sentence which Judge Hunt
pass upon Clayk. The minimum penalty
ye years and the maximum imprisonment
life. Opinions are expressed that he
get about twenty-Ave years and some
eve that he will be sent up for life. The
or two oases against him, holding ' up
duoctor Richardson and shooting OfBoer
gan are still pending. The county at
ay has not indicated whether he will
Clark on these two charges or not.
THE WOMAN ON TRIAL.
lag to Establlsh That khe Is an Ae
he court room was more crowded yearter
than at Clark's trial. Helen Fore
d was brought from the eity jail to the
rt house shortly after the verdict in
rk's case had been read. She appeared
e a little agitated when she first faced
many faces, but soon regained her com
ure. The prisoner wore a gray dress
light brown felt hat given her when she
eyed the boy's suit in which she was
lured. Confinement in the small sell at
city ball has removed the tan from her
and hands, and she looks more like a
an than she did w4en first arrested,
attorney. J. W. Kinsley, is out of the
, and she is being defended by -W. M.
okford, Mr. Kinsley's partner. But
e witnesses were examined yesterday.
first was Mr. Wolff, who rented a room
lark and "Charlie Miller," the defend
in the small white frame building next
the Alden block. His testimony was
at the same as given at the preliminary
mination. He relatedthesircnmstanoes
eeting Clark on a train between East
ena and this city, and conducting
and Helen Forelund to his
Is. The state tried to show by this
nees that it was possible for the woman
leave the room oecnpied by the two,
ing the night, through a window open
into the yard back of the house. Wolf
he was positive that the woman was in
room until about midnight on the night
t COnductor Richardson was robbed.
ft was closely cross-examined with the
to establishing that if the defendant
left the room through the window he
Id have heard the noise.
rs. Wolff, who speaks German, through
interpreter, testified for the state. Her
tieony is also substantially the same as
n at the preliminary examination.
nether witness was ealled to testify con
ing some heel marks under the window
the room occupied by Clark and the
an. The witness saw these marks sev
1 days ago when he went to the premises
h the coanty attorney.
efore court adjourned Judge Hunt told
jury that by consent of counsel they
ld examine the house and grounds where
rk and Helen Forslund are said to have
d. The people in the court room were
manded to remain seated until the jury
sod out. The defendant and the jurymen
e eseorted across the street by several
uty sheriffs, followed by a erowd, to the
me building next to the Alden block.
the fence the officers kept the erowd
k while the jury made an Examination
the premises in the presence of the do
dant. The ground under the window
carefully scanned for the heel marks.
en they visited the rooms alleged to have
n oeeupied by the two. The lower sash
the.only window in the apartment was
sed and lowered. The members of the
y, officers, and the woman looked around
place for about five minutes. No talk
was done. Judge Hunt strictly charged
jutry before leaving the court room to re
in from speaking with each other or any
about the case. They were allowed to
arate for the night and ordered to be in
rt at 10 a. m. to-day. The state has
eral more witnesses to examine before it
I close its case, which will probably be
ished some time this afternoon. A
uty sheriff took Helen Forelund from
court house across Catholic bill to the
y jail to avoid the crowd. The woman
s not like to be stared at. During the
minutes recess yesterday afternoon she
ed to be taken out of the court room
spent the recess In the sherif's ofnce
king through Webster unabridged dic
nary, hunting up some of the definitions
Col. Nolan's sesquipedalian words.
'he jury are, David Merrit, Jacob Fisher,
n D. Wilson, B. L. Smith, J. R; Presser,
W. Break, Louis Stadler, H. M. Par
m, Thomas E. Goodwin, S. S. Cook,
arles Lehman, Charles A. Blackburn. A
cial venire for seventeen was issued be
e the jury was secured.
'he United States and circuit courts will
in session dn Monday.
. P. Patenaude, a native of Canada, was
mitted to citizenship before Judge aunt.
he case of Holter vs. Briseoe was heard
ore Judge de Hunt yesterday. The plaintiff
is for a balance on ascount for mining
udgments were rendered in the district
rt yesterday as follows: Harris Bros.
inst George H. Spencer for 851.88;
bbardt & Wagner against E. L. Kellogg
e largest shipment of felt hats this season
sived by H. Toon; a'I new and desirable
"pe-who will sHll them at 75 cents.
yeters on the half shell at the Motor OfBice.
e BeeJHive has just received a large line of
d rests and chair cushions.
A Iad Sidewalk.
ttention of the proper authority is being
lied to the condition of the sidewalk on
rtheast corner of State and Rodney
eel. Half of the walk is covered fy
rth and the other half consists of holes
d loose boards. 'l'AxPAYEn.
full line of new shades in embroidory ma"
lIas just roeived. Butcher & Bradley,.
Shlldrea's all-sool natural grey underwear
'y chea this week at'lhn hoa Hive.
At Private SYle,
ino household furniture, including
no, parlor, dining and bed room suites,
rpets, rugs, china, glassware and kitchen
rniture. No reasonable offer refused,
II to-day and to-nlorlow, at No. 811
oadway. near Italeigh street.
Miners and ws.,dle.~igere, buv your sup.
yoe pottues fro nuonald ilratdford.
To The Public.
I will hereafter keep my barber shop opesi
112 o'clock Suturday night and close
day. T15. Ba, ST.
puvab swP Detv .el#1,
An Iltuatitraon of hbw eually a person can
bb tobled ames 11i1bit at0 fW doal ago, A
driamer toya hmago woelyty bosa went
Iate a B ,4ele " eelty estblisumet D.b.t
pear lst, and puillam a poet 'rtots pt of
i oe to tell what a ,ra b i
nne o e pph ti. The nt
maahi wMa beautiful dark green
andis oleit a l diamond. The Jeweler
took it in hi hand, looked at t and said it
was a place of bottle., To test the setos
it wM placesd one Wheel ad given a turn,
and ias it proved Mo be. It colt the drns*
This experlenoe is almost eau l to that of
tb. elena psntleman who tribd to but all
the tarkeis rlied in Colorado glob.c ast
hristmas a ranehman living in that sea
tiod brought to Rllenu a nlo of tarkes., In
he Rilzzard of the Aret one killed dlarent
colored "setone" were found, They woere
pronounced sapphires by the inexperienced,
and a well known man tried to buy the
whole lot, This same man went up to Colo
rdo gloh, and located some of the sup
poet saepphire-bearing ground. A test
phowed that the "stones" were glasSl pieces
of broken bottles, which the tnrkeys had
picked out of the dry creek bad. These
turkeys were known as the "sapphire
espons," and when the story became gen
erally known there was quite a demand for
Dinner from 6.: 0 to 7180 at the ber
obatea Botel dining rooms.
You eanit atine hat for only S5 to-day at
Be y table coversat etern prices at The
THE ARTES1AN WELL.
The Engine and Boiler House and Boring
Apparatus All Under Cover.
Copeland Bros., the contractors, hoped to
have commenced the artesian bore yester
day, but it has been necessary to sink the
drive well deeper than was at first supposed.
This well is for the purpose of supplying
the boiler with water and yesterday was
down seventy-five feet, with no water. It
is thought another twenty-five feet of depth
will bring water and then there will be no
delay in boring the artesian. Meantime
the boiler and engine house and the derrick,
to a height of about thirty feet, have been
enclosed, so that work can be prosecuted
all through the winter, no matter what the
weather may be.
Though Such a short distance from Hel
ena the contractors and their employee
find it too far to come to town every even
ing and are going to organize a singing
class. Mr. Copeland was in town yesterday
looking for a Moody and Bankey hymn
book. He was unable to find one, how
ever. This was somewhat of a disappoint
ment, as in ease the bhere should touch his
ektanie majesty's dominions, the idea was
to have the workers thoroughly trained in
religions songs, and in such case there
might be a chance to use the Moody and
Bankey hymns with good effect.
&heol hose for children, all-wool, heavy
ribbed, only 25 cents, at The Bee Hive
Toys of all kinds at The Bee Hive.
A fine stock of dry goods and fancy goods
to be sold at 50 cents on the dollar at 121
Broadway, in Denver block.
W, C. T. U. Entertainment.
The Frances E. Willard W. C. T. U. will
give an entertainment at Adams' hall, near
N. P. depot, on Saturday evening, Oct. 81,
1891. Following is the programme:
Instrumental music, Susie Maemana
Recitation, Clara B. O'Connors
Music, Maggie Taylor.
A drama entitled "Marry No Man If He
Drinks " will be rendered by Edith Currah,
Mabel kinsel, Vilda Adams, A. B. Avery,
Charles Currah, Fred Linesy.
The entertainment will be concluded by a
tableau entitled "Double Wedding."
All cordially invited.
Dr. Baldwin has moved his office to the
corner of Jackson and Breckenridge
streets. Resldence 805 Sixth avenue.
Fresh lot of New York Counts, in shell, at the
Blue points, Itockaways and little neck
clams on haltr shell at Helena Cafe.
Sam'i K. Davis? Special.
8,000 Iron Mountain, one lot, 82eo.
Iron Mountain has the call and demand
500 Bald Butte, two certificates left of 250
Three 100 certificates Bald Butte, $2.10.
8,000 Cumberland, in lots, $2.
1,600 Poorman (Cceur d'Alene) $1.10.
2,000 Helena and Victor, $2.25.
This stock is paying regular monthly
5,000 Copper Bell, 10 cents.
1,000 Iron Chief, (Castle) 10 cents.
Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey Block.
Largeline of table linens just received at The
Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m. at the Heleana
Mineral baths at Mineral Springs Hotel
only 95 cents.
To the Public.
Notice is hereby given to the public that
no one is authorized to receipt for or collect
any account due and owing Horsky, Miller
& Co., except the undersigned.
OTTO PETrrSON, Receiver.
Ladies'muslin underwear, men's night shirts,
infants' cloak., and table, linens at a saeorifice.
at The Bee Hive.
Board only 57 per weekat the Mercllants
Hotel dining room.
aens of St. George.
Albion lodge No. 827 meets every Satur
day evening at eight p. m. in the G. A. It
hall, on Park avenue. A cordial invitation
is extended to all members and visitors to
attend. Wi. M. CATtnoN, President.
J. AnTHuon Estixi, Secretary.
Toy pianos, metallaphone. harmonicas, music
boxes, and other instruments of torture, at The
ave youa eeon those fine hand-painted novel
Seven styles of kodaka and films at A. M.
Holter Hardware Co.
The best aesortmvnt or hoIery in the city can
be found at Thie liee Hive. Prices very low,
Legal blanks at thiis oeoo.
Ieausrse your ;aether traveled with an ox ram
is it suy reason wly you shouhli? No. 'Tireer
aon't, for mercy's sake,r ure any more wintor
wheat fl,,rr for breed, hut rrs' tire great, and otrey
,r,'rfoeled Waeirburr t'roby comirnsyc "ieest'
florrrtrlr, urorihreautifrl white, muit, light.
elegant brend. Ask yrar grooer ftrr it. .. I.,
(fates urccerr company; mill agenLt, ielona,
or muw~ p uw.- xeu. ~w~sy
.A 1Jury in Jl ge Sandi) Cout
Has Something to Say About
Trying to Raiseso His Own Salary
Gets a Postmaster in
Search Parties Still Looking for es ran
Cavanagh, the Would.Be aulelde of
Via Rand was tried in J.dgse anders'
court last night on the eharge of asoanlting
Minnie Band. The testimony of witnesses
was to the efect that they saw Band best
ing the woman. The victim, however, gave
her evidence in a way to eait doubt upon
the alleged assault. County Attorney
Nolan was not present for the proseoution,
which was conducted by the police. The
Jury was composed of Herman Riohter,
David Merritt, Emil Schmidt, W. H.
Mackey} W. D. Rumsey and W. H. Hays.
They took only a short time to deliberate
and brouuht in a verdict of not guilty.
They bad something else to say about the
case besides the verdict, and they said it
through Foreman Rilchter. "This class of
oases ought never to be brought into
court," he said. "The police should
endeavor to save the county all
the expense possible. Such oases never
amount to anything, but cost a
big lot of money." The judge was then r-.
quested not to have any more oases of the
kind tried in his court. Judge Sanders was
taken considerably aback at this unex
pected and unusual turn of affairs. When
he pulled himself. together, so to speak,
he mildly intimated to the jury that it wae
none of their business to criticize the ways
of the police or the police court. It was
their place to find a verdict of guilty or not
guilty. The affair created considerable
talk in the upper part of town, where the
jurors and the prineipals in the alleged as
sault are all well known.
A Postmaster Charged With Increasing
His Salary Unlawfully.
A telegram was received at the postoffie
inspector's department in Helena yester
day from Sioux Falls, S. D., announcing
the arrest there of Frank Cottle, postmaster
at Smithville, on the charge of making
false returns of cancellation of stamps.
The arrest wasmade by InspeCtor Clement,
of this district, and the bonds were fixed
at $1,000. Cottle is a fourth-class post
master. Under the law the salary of a
fourth-class postmaster is regulated by the
amount of business his office does. This is
ascertained by the amount of cancellations
of stamps done at his office, For the first
$50 worth or less of stamps cancelled heis
allowed 100 per cent of the receipts of his
office. On the next $100 worth of business
he rots 60 per cent, on the next $200 he gets
50 per cent, and on all above that40 per cent.
His salary, however, is limited to
$250. When his commissions on business
done exceed that amount, the office gets
into the third class with a regular salary of
$1,000, and the appointment is made by the
president. In many of the fourth class
offices the business brings in but a small
revenue. Numerous cases have come to
hand where fourth-class postmasters have
made false returns of the amount of can
cellations in order to increase their compen
sation. Cottle's case is said to be one of
these. While such a system is likely to
work for a short while, and to a limited
extent, it is sure to be found out in time,
as the business of every office in the coun
try is checked up at same other office. The
punishment for false cancellation returns is
from $50 to $500 fine, or not over one year
in prison, or both. The officers of the Hel
ena district are working a number of simi
lar eases to that in Smithville.
STILL AT LAItGl.
Parties of Searchers Still Looking for the
Frank Cavanaugh, the man who cut his
throat with a hatchet and who was sent
to the county hospital and escaped from
there, had not been found up to a late hour
last night. He was seen on Thursday night
about two miles and a half east of the
county farm. * The people who saw him re
port that he was much excited and was
still laboring under the impression that
some one was after him to kill him. The
officials of the county farm still have
searchers out looking for Cavanaugh. They
do not think he has yet done any further
harip to himself. Others, nowever, think
that he has, and expect to find him dead
either from exposure or from violence in
flicted on himself.
Housekeepers should buy Donald Brad
ford's specially selected baking potatoes.
Typewritlng, room 15 Bailey block.
The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to
Jan. 1, 1893, for $2.
We have money on hand to loan on im
proved ranch property throughout the
state with water for irrigating, Lowest
rates. Time and terms to suit. Write, de
scribing your property. Five per cent. in
terest paid on savings deposits.
MoNTANA SAvINes BANK,
Drs. Skimmin & Easig, dentists, Sixth avenue
and Main street, over lach, Very A :o. Crown
and bridge work a specialty. Extraoting 10 cents;
vitalized air used.
`The Weekly Independent, 15 pages, to
an. 1,1893, for 12.
For a fine album or dreseeng case go to The
For Helena Ladies
Mr. J. H. Zimmerman, the practical
piano tuner and repairer, is now in the city
and will promptly and carefully attend to
txning orders left at Jackson's music store,
new Bailey block, North Main street.
Elegant line of chinaware just received from
the importers; popular pries. Butcher& Brd
Tho largest line of dolls in the city at The Bee
Dr. Rdvalil hasdmoved his oice to rooms 5,
and 7 (ianite block.
Dinner from S to 8 at Helena Cafe.
ThIe Weekly lnldependent, 1 pages, to
Jau, 1, 1893, for $ h.
Blocksr amon and toy books, of' all kinds, at
The lee HIve.
To-morrow morning we will
offer two of the best' bargains in
DRESS GOODS ever shown in
Helena. One is an all wool La
dies' Cloth 54 inches wide at 5oc
per yard. This cloth is sold
everywhere at 85c. GOOD
SHOPPERS cannot fail to see
excellent value in this offer.
OUR SECOND BARGAIN
In Dress Goods is a beautiful line
of striped flannels, also 54 inches
wide at 65c per yard. These
goods are fine in quality,,and are
worth $z. Don't forget that you
can buy the best dress for $3
this week at Raleigh & Clarke's
you ever saw for the money.
Store open until 8:3o every
Samples sent to any part of
the state on application.
Raleigh & Clarke,
LEADERS OF LOW PHICES.
Washing made easy. No boiling of
clothes or soaking over night necessary.
No sorub-board needed. You need not
bend over tab and get a lame back, or in
hale odor of soap suds. No odor of wash
ing, from effects of boiling clothes, through
the house. You can wash your Laces.
Flannels, Linens, Blankets-in fact, every
thing, and make like new without wear or
tear on cloth. The work that takesyou one
half day to do you can now do in one hour.
We Let You Try a Machine
by taking it home. If it 'does not do all we
claim, you need not keep it or pay for it.
A child ten years old can do the family
washing as easy as a grown person. Call
and see the
Neow ra Washng Machines,
that revolutionize the method of washing
clothes. The apparatus weighs only eight
pounds. We invite country people as well
as iltjfolks to call and iee the machine.
STURROCK & BROWN, Agts.
Teachers i Employed
The teachers now employed b.y
the Montana Business College foal
the year 1891 and '92 are as folI
PROF. S. A. D. HAHN,
Prinoipal of Shorthand. His work
in Phonography and Penmanship
is too well known to need further
PROF. J. T. DAILY,
of Omaha, Nebraska, is principal
of Penmanship and Theory of
Bookkeeping; also teacher of Com
mercial Law. Prof. Daily has been
principal and business manager of
the Omaha Business College for
the past five years. He has had
20 years' experience in business
college work, and as a teacher of
bookkeeping is unsurpassed, and
is one of the best penmen in the
H. G. PHELPS
has charge of the Business Prac
tice department. This department
of the school is designed to give a
broader knowledge of business
transactions than can be gained
from the theory of bookkeeping
MISS KATE R. METZ.
of Newark, Ohio, is principal of
Typewriting and Assistant in
Shorthand. Miss Metz comes well
recommended by the celebrated
shorthand man, Jerome B. How
ard, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Students
who come under her supervision
will find her an excellent lady and
well fitted to give instruction In
the department which she has in
MRS. FANNIE CARTER
gives her whole attention to Elo
cution, Reading and Rhetoric. The
classes in reading and olocution
are astounded to realize hotr Nvell
they can express the thoughts and
actions of others.
No school has a more efficient
corps of teachers for the work they
have in charge.
Corner Sixth and Park Avenues.
NoTJCt Of $iTIRHOLDERp ' MIFtTNG-
LI h ae one aieatln of the otookheldker of
tIe ]lose bui dinar Bsd Loon seooiatet , of
smln,. for t ee on to trultees to orvo fer
the t, euing .e1ºt~ t foe the tr neotie. o t oter
buelnaee wi b . at the ofie of the eaeoia
Ue,,e.tt aI,., ta, Ceb
1I iQAMý*L ZI O eoastery.
T. G. POWER & £',
-- JOBBERS AND DEALERB IN---
Minnlg ain Farm Mach n
STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS,
W're E3oisti2.-g Rope, BE3to.
Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farm--Wagens
Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps,
50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF'VEHICLES.
In order to make room for Winter Goods .ill close out Vehicles
at an advance of 10 per cent. above cost. Call and see for yourself
The JOHN R. DREW
Cheapl Cheaperl Cheapestl
LADIES' AND MEN'S
BOOTS AND SHOES
SIGN OF BIG BOOT,
Main Street, Opposite Grand Central Hotel
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S Cmer Main Str at an. SL Afgvt wine, e.lea. entmaL I
The Celebrated PERNIN SHORTHAND TAUGHT BY MAIL.
Teaching by mail il a decided boon to those whose business prevents their er
sonalattendanco at the College. Tuition for (Complete Course, $25, including
Penmanship. Text Book $2.10.
NIGHT SCHOOL School of Cookery.
Ofer every opportunity to Clerks. Meclhanics Instruction g yen in Cooking and Domestie
d Ler to learn COMON onomr. ay and Night, to Cooks and 8ervante
BRAINCHES. at No. 7t9, Ninth Avenue.
.N'Bpecial Boarding Hall for Students from abroad. Expenses Moderale...
For terms and other information address all communications to
PJOOF. J- T. ENQELHOJRN, M. A., Principal.
-FOWLES' CASH STORE,1
+ SPECIA7L .+:
For Saturday and Monday Only.
All Trimmed Hats in our Window Reduced to
Fur Muffs from 5oc. Upwards.
We have the Finest Assortment of Ladies' and
Children's Cloaks in the City.
Fine Goods at Very Low Prices.
FOWLES' - CASH - STORE,
The Loading lillinery and Fancy Dry Goods House in the City.
.O'1 Ulr ';t ('REDt'L'ORtt..BTA:'. OF`
J~oe i oo!·, deeo.mud.
Notkhet. hereby given by the undersigned, ad.
ninai.tra'or of toe ueatat of Joe ToAe, deceased,
to he oreditors of. and all peorsona havln clauim
swmiutt the said dopaitt, to exhibit theor, with
tee neoeasary votoheri, withi oti or mouttths
after the first, pblittation of this notiOte. to tto
said admtonitrator, at the lw oIffice of J. tM.
(t'lnient*, in the oitr of Heltestm. the arns eing
the place fur tIh traonootlon of tho busines of
Dated *pt. 38, 0t1, O ,
Administrator of the estate of Joe Toole, do.
NJOTIC'iF` TO CNiDIETORB-E TATE 01 LOIR
Nriwna i. hereby given by the undrsrig*d~4
ejiietrater of the eiAt. of Loeis Leisle.
t4. ev.8ad, to the creditors of and all p.acooa ,wy
og riaits a ateiu t the saia deenrasd. to ztlied
'len with the necessary voaohers, withan foor
moths after the lirst publiartion of ths jotieo
o the raid adminiatrator at tie law o ee at
Il.n.r C. Smith, rooms 22 ud '*. Halley I g.
a0* In tinthe sa altite pi. cqe
the tsaeseotiun at the bltsunsia of sadiogla *1
In the couaty ot Lewis sad Crk e.
bdmtiuitrator of *State ot Lola Zeeirt Es.
iletd Ocat. I. llhh