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MeNally-Bulneusss it the United
A list of questions wore submitted to the
ury in the Dogge divorce. ease Baturday
lght. The.list and answers were filed in
court yesterday and are in favor of Mrs.
Bertha Dogge, the defendant. The ease
will be further argued before a decree is
drawn ixing alimony, eta. Some of the
questions asked the Jury and the answers
are as follows:
"Has the defendant been gunlty of habit
ual drunkennues for the space of one year
or more prior to the commencement of this
"Did the defendant about Sept. 20, 1~88,
at Lincoln, Neb., put concentrated lye in a
bath which plaintiff was to:take? No,"
"Did defendant about Oct. 8, 1887, throw
a bowl of soup into plalntiff' face? 1o."
Among other answers made by the jury
were statements to the effect that
Mrs. Dogge had not been an unfaithful
wife; that Dr. Dogge absconded from
Lincoln in July, 1889 and deserted his wife
and also squandered her money. The trial
of the case revealed considerable domestio
infelicity and some of the testimony is un
fit for publication.
The Chessman Accounting.
Charles E. Duer, cashier of 'the Stock
men's National bank, of Fort Benton, testi
fled yesterday in behalf of W. A. Chess
man, the executor in the Ricker
estate. He said that he acted
in the capacity of an accountant
for Mr. Chessman when the receipt for $400
is claimed to have been signed. This re
ceipt was in evidence the other day,
when Mrs. Matt Price said she had not re
ceived the money and that the signature to
the receipt was not her own. Mr. Duersaid
he handed the receipt to Mr. Price to "Ret
Mrs. Price's signature to it, after paying
him $800, and that he paid the balance
when the receipt was returned. Mr. Dueer's
recollection was that Mr. Price claimed she
ought to have about $700 for her services
as housekeeper. Mr. Chessman thought
this was too much and fAnally $400 was
agreed upon. Mr. Chessman 's attorneys
argued a motion for a non-suit yesterday,
which was overruled by Judge Hunt. The
case will now go on and the administrator
given an opportunity to make his defense
to the charges made by the minor heir,
The Building Inspector Case.
Judge Hunt listened yesterday afternoon
to arguments made on demurrer in the case
of David Merritt against City Building In
soeqtor McNally for damages. Last August
Merritt's little son Grover was killed one
night by reason of a wall falling over on
Merritt's house. The building from which
the wall fell belonged to George. B. Diehl
who was tried for manslaughter and ac
quitted. Merritt clains that the inspector
was guilty of neglect of duty.
United States Business.
A demurrer to an indictment for sending
obseene literature through the mails
was sustained by Judge Knowlee yes
terday. The indictment was brought
It few days ago against Frank
Burns who sent a letter from Great Falls to
Helena. Burns' counsel is Rufus C. Gar
land. In the indictment it was charged
among other things that the letter con
tained indecent matter. The United States
statutes do not say anything about mailing
indecent letters but does concerning books
of such a nature. The defendant was held
for the grand jury whicil is to be in session
to-morrow when another indictment will
probably be presented.
The following oeases were remanded to
the district court for trial: A. A. McDonald
et al vs. Hope Mining company; James E.
Martin vs. John E. Carter. I. N. Carter,
Montana Mining and Reduction com
pany, J. W.Cook and Samuel Whitney.
William Thomas and F. X. Bertrand,
charged with selling whiskey to Indians,
pleaded not guilty.
'The trial calendar will be calt l to
morrow and causes set for hearing.
The Independence Mining company; to
do business in the Boulder district, Park
county. The capital stock is $500,000 in
$2.50 shares. Harry E. Leveaux. James
Pickands, Samuel Mather, Harvey H.
Brown, Prescott Ely, James H. Hoyt and
William P. Murray are the trustees.
Southern Montana Telegraph and Elec
trio company; to utilize the waters of the
Ruby, Beaverhead, Big Hole, Jefferson and
Madison rivers for the purpose of generat
ing, transmitting and storing electricity
and electric power, operate and maintain
telegraph, telephone and motor lines be
tween Virginia City to Dillon and all inter
meo. ite points and to Whitehall, Norris
and the National park. The capital stock
is $'25.000, in $1,000 shares. Henry Elling,
A. J. Bennett, Barclay Jones, George Gohn
and Joe. Mitchell are the trustees.
Real Estate Transfers.
W. L. Mann to Louise Singer, lots 1 to 20,
inclusive, block68, Helena townsite, $83,000.
C. M. Reed to W. B. Reed, lots 1 to 8,
block 8; lots 3 to 8, block 18; lots 8 to 8,
block 19, City Park addition, $1,000.
Go to Butcher & Bradley's for notions, hosiery
underwear and corsets. We lead In low prices.
Dry goods, fancy goods, ladies' and
cblidren's cloaks, Jackets and capes at less
tihan cost at the I X, L. Bazaar, one door
south of Painter Drug Co.
The Bakers' Union.
The bakers of Helena had a preliminary
meeting Saturday last for the purpose of
organizing a Helena branch of the Journey
men Bakers' and Confectioner ' Interna
tional union of America. Anothbr meeting
will be held Saturday next at eight p. m., at
Leonard Steinbrenner's, 511 Main street, at
which all journeymen baklers in the city are
requested to be present.
'IThn dlisplay of hrlidna novelties in IButlher A
Bradley'e window, is the tine.t ever seen hi
MSeats 510 cents at the Misses Nagle's
I.Merchants Hotel dining ruooi.
Automatic and mechanical toys at The loee
Give, HimR a Call.
G. H. Taylor. on Broadway, suocessor to
E. Whitehead, deals in all kinds of house
hold furniture, new and second hand goods.
Parties having household goods for dale
will do well to give him a call. Parties out
of town desiring cheap furniture should
call on him when in the city. All kinds of
lsaniromr dolls in great variety nqw on exhl
bltloiga at 'lire lie Hive.
Fresoh It of New York Countsn in shell, at the
:Try Our Pea or theeuut Coal,
thoroughly straoned, for your furnaces.
Ton lots at $4.211; oar lots, $3,85, deliv.
ered. ranuarsm Bous, & E neea,
S. len t pros
peeTs a he *ret Amertean bird will
not be very expensye this yea. T'here
More Thank 00 tikin tuare already out for
athe atholo Dranae lu Helena . The Aloyse
nohall Tuesda very eenive, Nov.th ear The forer
ell alo e a ood dealon of gathe lu forb hae o
very eapfon. i an azel Kirke wll on
sdoubtedly whioh wil be presented byto a crow ouse.
Marshal Foury returned last night from
the Flathead country with Otto Lediger
charged with selling liquor to Indians, end
with two witnessess in the case. He also
brought in Ross Lse and Isabel Killeme,
squaws, and . H. Irvine, witnesses in the
case of Charley Red Hora, charged with
Jdoas Blade, living at the head of Nelson
gulch, has a bear cub which was caught
Sunday in a trap set by Abbe Oleson, a ser
veant in his house. The girl wanted to
make a pet of the cub and throwing her
Sbawl over its head began lugging it to the
house. The cub got his forelegs around
the girl's waist and gave her such a hug
ging that Mr. Slade had to come to her res
cue and put the little follow in a box.
verything at less an tha at the 1. X.
L. Basear in men's and boys' clothing, tor
nlshing goods, shoes, te.
The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to
Jan. 1, 18p3, for $2.
Santa Clans' headquarters will be at The Bee
Desert Land Patents.
Patents to desert lands have been re
ceived at the Helena land office as follows:
Meagher countv-.harles T. Rader 160
acres; Arthur E. Fuller, 248.62 acres; Mar
tin T. Grand, 820 acres.
Choteau-Franoois Truohot, 400 acres:
Charles F. Green, 640 acres.; Stephen G.
Reed, 640 acres.
Lewis and Clark-Alex C. Botkin, 560
acres: Edmu d La Chappelle, 80 acres,
Jefferson-TJatherine Jordan, 160 acres;
Miles L. 'Tuttle, 161.08 acres.
Silver Bow-Galen Wood, 151.47 acres;
Hannah N. McCauley, 40 acres.
Beaverhead-Frank M. Billingsley, 280
acres; Mary Young, 160 acres.
Cascade-Elizabeth L. Thompson, of
Allegheny county, Pa., 640 acres.
Remember that The Bee Hive is headquarters
for all kinds of holiday goods.
Mineral baths at Mineral Springs Hotel
only 25 cents.
The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to
Jan. 1, 1893, for $2.
Sam'l iK. Davis' Special.
2,000 Iron Mountain, 82%c.
1,600 Poorman, (Coeur d'Alene), $1.10.
8,000 Cumberland, (Castle), in lots to
8,000 California, (Castle), 2234o.
900 Yellowstone, (assessement paid),
9,000 0. R. N., in Iots, 2oe.
1,850 Bald Butte. lota 100 to 250, $2.
Any of ths liisaood purchase a thet is a good purchase at the
Rooms 20 and 27, Bailey Block.
Typewriting, room 15 Bailley block.
Legal blanks at this office.
rah and stufled dolls of all kinds at The Lies
The Patriarchal Circle
Will give a military ball on Thanksgiving
night, Nov. 26, at Townsend; also a street
parade in the afternoon.
By order of the committee.
8. A. BARNES,
G. S. NORTON,
E. S. POLLARD.
Live oysters at Motor Office.
Best line of peekwear in the city at The Bee
Hive for 50c.
The I. X. L, nBzaar has removed to foot
of Boardway, south of Paynter Drug Co.
John W. Thompson
Offers for rent, at very reasonable terms,
the best photograph gallery west of St.
Paul, also a limited number of choice of
fices and stores on Main street. See him
immedidtely, at his office, room 27 Pitts
burgh block. Take elevator.
Board only $7 per week at Misses
Nagle's Merchantn lHotel dining room.
Miss BM, F. irogan is now prepared to doal
kinds of riting at her office, 108 trauite block
Try Rocky Fork Lump Coal
in your furnaces and hard coal burners.
It's fine. Only $6.25 per ton.
GILonnu.T BaOs. & EDOAR,
Great drive this week in 250 hosiery for ladies,
misses and infante' at The Bee Hive.
Do not fail to see the large line of holiday
goods at The Bee Hive,
The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to
Jan. 1, 1893, for $2.
A Model Factory.
Upon desire of patrons custom shirts can
be delivered (unlaundried) in twenty-four
hours after placing the order.
Shirt Manufacturers, 119-121 N. Main et.
Select your holiday goods at The Boee Hive,
they have the largest assortment.
For bargains in men's and boys' clothlng,
dry goods, fancy goods, call at the I. X. L.
Bazaar, next door to Paynter Drug Co.
The County Institute
Of Lewis and Clarke county will be held at
the Central school building, Helena, Nov.
28, 24 and 25. . C. L. Tune:.Y,
County Superintendent of Schools.
D)rs. Skinmmln & Easig, dentists, Sixths
avenue and Mt*in street, over liach, Cory &
Co. Crown anll bridle workt a splecialty.
Extracmting Oci; vitallzed asir ssedL. 5e are
Hlave you seen the elegant display of holiday
novelties in lutcher & lIra.ley's window.
)Dr. T. 11. Irleasants.
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, throat and nose. Office, Granite block,
Oysters on the half shell at the Motor Ollioe.
aw a Powder.
i4 in Millioprs oif Homes--o YeCr the Standard
?ho Deserted Wife of a ConVIgt
AsLh the Gooverlno to Par.
Sotbig L to 3s Done on Auo.
count of a Light
leat to the Penitentiary for Life. for the
Muraer of an Inusane IMa at
About two weeks ago there arrived in
Helena on the eat-bound train two ladies
who registered at The Helena as Mrs, L. E,.
Dearborn and Mrs. A. H. Goes, of Tacoma.
It was late at night when they got in, and
their first question was as to whether it
was still time to sea Gov. Toole. The one
known as Mrs. Dearborn appeared very
anxious to reach the governor that night,
but the hotel clerk told her the chief exec
utive had no doubt retired at that hour.
They were forced to go to bed and put of
their visit to the governor until next day.
Then they were given an audience. Mrs.
Dearborn, the younger of the two ladies,
was the spokesman. She said she was the
wife of W. H. Dearborn, who
was convicted on April 9 last' and
sentenced to eighteen months hi the
penitentiary for grand lurc- i;. Dearborn
was a civil engineer and pawned some of
the valuable instruments belonging to his
employer, besides forging several checks.
Miss Ella Knowles, his counsel, had him
plead guilty and throw himself on the
mercy of the court. The result was a very
light sentence. Mrs. Dearborn told Gov.
Toole that she and her husband had separ
ated some time before he came to Helena.
They had one child, and on behalf of the
little one she asked the governor to pardon
the husband and father. Gov. Toole was
very much imliressed with the lady's man
ner, and under other circumstances the
spectacle of an abandoned wife pleading
for her convict husband would no doubt
have called for executive clem
ency. But he called her attention
to the fact that her husband had gotten off
easier than he had any reason to hope for.
The charges against him, had he been con
vioted and sentenced on all of them, would
have been sufficient to keep him in prison
for twenty years. Under such conditions,
and considering the trouble she would have
to take in securing applications for pardon,
the governor advised her that the best thing
to dowas to let the matter rest. With good
behavior Dearborn will have two months
taken off his sentence. Before that time,
however, the governor may pardon him and
restore him to citizenship for the sake of
the wife and child. Mrs. Goes, the other
visitor, was simply acting as friend and
companion of Mrs. Dearborn.
A. Life Sentence for Murder.
Sheriff Dod Halford, of Jefferson county,
passed through Helena yesterday on the
way from Boulder to Deer Lodge with a
man named Woods, sentenped to life im
prisonment for killing another man known
as Shortey. Woods got his sentence on
Saturday, The murdered man was gener
ally regarded as insane. After wandering
around the country near Bedford he put in
an appearance before a lot of section hands
at that place. Woods, one of the section
men, shot the unfortunate fellow. It was
generally regarded as a cold-blooded mur
der, and Sheriff Halford thinks Woods
would have been convicted of murder in
the first degree and hanged could he have
secured an important witness who disap
peared before the trial. While on the west
side Sheriff Halford will go to Butte and
get Albert Fromentrer, the Frenchman who
killed Charles Devol in a cabin in Jefferson
county about fifteen miles from the smoky
Cloaks for children from 1 to, 4 years, worth
$2.50 to $4, choice at The Ute Hive only $1.50.
A flne stock of dry goods and fancy goods
to be sold at 50 cents on the dollar at 121
Broadway, in Denver block.
Every lady can keep warm by buying one of
IhoPe cardigan waists at The Bee Hive, worth
1.50 and $2, this week onl3 75c.
FINE MONTANA CATTLE.
The Best on the Ranges Bought for the
John Hines and Moses Marks, of the
upper Chestnut country, yesterday sold to
Straub & Lehner, the wholesale butchers,
seventy-one head of as fine cattle as were
ever raised in Montana. They averaged all
through close to 1,400 pounds each, and
wele in the best condition. There is no
beef equal to that grown on the Montana
ranges, when in prime condition, and the
retail butchers of the city can now furnish
their customers with steaks and roasts
about which they cannot complain.
Christmas goods now open at The Bee tHive.
The Weekly Independent, 1t pages, to
Jan. 1, 1893, for $2
Children's French flan -,embolidered skirts
in blue, g.'.y and scarlet, blty 75dy,' at The Bee
Good School Weather.
The cold snap suggestathat now is a good
time to enter Phelps & Walters' Montana
Business college for a course in boolkkeep
ing or shorthand. This, the fifth year,
promises to be the most prosperous in the
history of the school. Among the latest
arrivals are E..T. Clark, Martinsdale* Chas.
Dufin, Manhattan, and A. Jacobs, lelens.
Remember the place, corner Bixth and
Decorated chamber sets which usually sell at
$5 can be bought this week at The Bee Rive for
The BoI Hive has declared a revolution in
priros for infant' caslmore cloaks, embroid
er:d. See ad i thties esisse. The largest assort
meat in the city.
Why Is Rocky Fork Coal Becoming So
and giving such great satisfaction? Because
they ate down 1,100 feet and it is very com
pact. All orders filled promptly by
GILOnaRrsT Bnos. & E(tIan.
Hay, grald, feed and fuel delivered
irow ptly at lowest miarket rates by er.
erti Ncholson .& Lu., Ltd., corner I'ark
avenue and lEdwards street. Telephone
Seven styles of kodaks and films at A. H
Holter Hardware Co.
These are the goods we will make a
specislty of for the coming week.
A Reduction of 25 to 33 Per Cent
From the original prites. Our reason
for doing it so early in the seoasen is we are
overstocked. We have too many garments.
We realize the faot that there is but one
Way to reduoe the stock, and that is to sell
yon a garment cheaper than any one else.
Don't wait until after New Year's for the
usual out in prides. If you need a garment
come in and see our styles. We rre alwey.
pleased to show goods. Our assortment of
silae is complete from 82to 44 bust. Large
siaes a specilty.
We have Just received three new lines of
Ladies' Black Wool Hosiery, which we
offer at 87U0, o00 and 650. Also two new
lines in Misses' and Children's at 800
Store open evenings until 8:80.\
Samples sent on application to any part
of the state or Idaho.
Raleigh & Clarke.
Leaders of Low Prices.
BE A.L COA.TS
25 per cent less than eastern prices.
All sizes and lengths in stock.
ROBES, RUGS, CAPS, ETC.
MEN'S FUR GOATS,
GLOVES AND CAPS.
HOUSEKEEPER - SERVANTS!
Washing made easy. No boiling of
clothes or soaking over night necessary.
No scrub-board needed. You need not
bend over tub and get a lame back, or in
hale odor of eoap sude. 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. Thework that takesyou one
half day to do you can now do in one hour.
We Let You Try a Machinel
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
kNew Era Washing Machines,
that revolutionise the method of washing
clothes. The apparatus weighs only eight
pounds We invite country people as well
as city folks to call and see the machine.
STURROCK & BROWN, Agts.
The Last Callcad of the Seasan!
F. S, LAN & CO,'S
It will be well to call early if
you want a good heating stove,
as many of them were sold before
the arrival of the car.
LINDSAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Fruits
tpeMlaltisei Batter, Eggs, Fruits, Veoetlabls
Fish, Poultry, Oysters.
e0 sad 5* Edwards Street, Helena. Montan..
T.ET. POWER &
- 3O3SE1R AND DEALERSB I -
Minin an Farm Macliu
STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS,
W'ire I-oisetixg Rope, Eltb .
Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farm--Wagons
Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps.
50 DIFFERENT STYLES 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 seo for yourself
Retail Business to be Closed Out
BY JANUARY 1, 1892.
Owing to our most extensive and widespread
wholesale business, which for the past few years has
grown to such an extent, that we are now com
pelled to give up our retail department and wish to do
;oin the shortest time possible.
Our kind friends and patrons, who have traded
with us for so many years will do well to take advan
tage of the bargains we have to offer in Clothing,
Gent's Furnishing goods, Hats, Caps, etc., as we
must and will close out our retail stock by Jan. I, 1892.
GREENHOOD, BOHM & CO.
*CHICAGO IRON WORKS'
GAIL, BUMILLER & UNZICKER
: -Builders of GCeneral- -
*MININC AND MILLING MACHINERY,o
Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills,
Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Hoisting and
Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buck
ets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels,
Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing En
gines and Tramways.
-:SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMPS:
Western Representative, Office and Works
MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave. and Willow St.
No. 4 North Main St.. Helena. CHICAGO, ILL.
SANTA ORUZ, CALi FORtN'IA........
THE SEA BEACH HOTEL
Il the NEWEST, LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST
DELTGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL in Santa CQrtu
Situated in the midst tof commodious grounds, the house directly overtook. the brod
curving bech and the bay of Monterey, where is found the lineat winter and summer surftibt
in the world. From the wide verandas the most .mgnificent and varied marine and moontae
views in Californ a are seen on all sldae. its many rooms are handsomely furnished and snup.
,while plenty of bath-rooms, fire-places, steam-heaters, electric lights and tells, us, hut and sol ,
water; are necessary comforts which will be appreciated by all.
A Large Dining-Room, Excellent Table and the Best
of Service Throughout the House are Specialties.
STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR.
tshe oa h Station of the broad gau.g road I. just below the booes and carrlsges await trt.ln
at at depotr. A descriptive souvenir ook!eat of the Hotel and surrounding country mariled tue
chr,.e on application. For full partoulars and terms apply to
J OI-iN T. SU LLIVAN. Proprietor.
Another Great Gut
Ladies' and Children's Wool Hosiery'
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Children's Black Derby Ribbed Ladies Black Cashmere Wool.'
Wool Rose, 5 to 8 1-2. Hose,
ONLY 25c. - - WERE 35c ONLY 450. - - WERE 600
Misses' Black Worsted Ribbed Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, 5
Hose, 5 to 8 1-2. British,
ONLY 85o. - - WERE 50o ONLY 650. - - WERE 75e.
One Lot of Ladies' and Children's Hose, assorted colors aund\,!
sizes, at one half their lormer price.
FOWLES' CASH STORE
The Leading Millinery, Notion and Fanoy Dry Goods House i1 the
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