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Frm the ,r o to seventy. on the Report of an JlV UIcean Mian Who as Firm h l hCh Property-Good News he t ·o--he Eastona. m the way Elizabeth stoek. ,ikth.hritieal time has come in 'e ithat famous property. For a socktfolders have been expecting w ' Philipebuurg announcing that rosOeeut had struck the vein. It lated that it would do so when R ofat was in 100 feet or so, and this . now been reached. So all the Jlderm are on the qui vive. A heavy *edidang in Helena, talking of the .'0terday, said the fact that the not been struck yet coerinoed it the ore body weeas more nearly per ,la-than had been supposed, and it iasured him that the Elizabeth ore 'wae in Elizabeth ground and not in etallio, as had been reported a,year * # 'The Bi-Metallio and Granite Moun 4' eins continue on into Elizabeth il," he continued, "and I have every .denee in the mine. When the vein is teaak in the erosscut now being run we *Will stop prospecting and go to mining." t wasi reported in St. Louis the other day , that the Elizabeth directors were consider- c it -the advisability of levying an assess- a An t of ten cents a share. Asked as to the 0 uth of the report the Helena man said: 1 'do not see how that can b be done, as, the stock is non-assessa- ° ,ble There is enough money in the treasury to continue work until January, t1 ad before that time the cress-out will o )'ave demonstrated whether it is worth a l to continue work. If the body of ore is struck I look for the mine itself will fi :-ield more than enough money to ran it. a Of course if the vein is not struck the stock e will undoubtedly tumble below present tl quotations. However, I regard the present al altin the priae of the stock as a bear raid w ndifeel sure that the Elizabeth is all h Inthe meantime the St. Louis brokers w are having a lively time with the Elizabeth. Ic The reportthat there would be an assess eint of l0 cents a share sent the stock down on Friday to 75 cents, closing that day at 763k. Elizabeth has been the i greatest gamble of any western stock listed on the St. Louis exchange, transactions in it extendinRg all over the country. As the West Granite much money was lost and made in it, and as the Elizabeth it has kept up its reputation. of The Easton. Returns from a shipment of ore made from the Easton mine, a couple of weeks ago, says the Madisonian, are highly sat isfactery to the shippers. We did not learn the exact figures, but understand the yield was about $170 per ton. The mine is look ng well, and the fortunate leasers are well pleased with their showing. The Easton Is undoubtedly a great property, and its fine showing will lead to the opening up of -ther equally promising prospects in the .rown's gulch district. The Leo. The Leo received some very good news yesterday, says the St. Louis Republic of Friday, the effect of which was to call out a good demand for the stock and strengthen the market materially. In the drift the course of the vein is northeast, dipping southeast with a width of forty inehes at the top and five feet at the bottom. The vein is composed of twenty inches of ore and twenty inches of tale, intermixed with streakseof quartz at the bottom, where a little water is coming in. The drift is 1,174 feet. At 1,160 feet from the mouth a reass-eut is being run which is five feet. The face here is composed of hard, blue granite, which acoounts for the slow work. Will Rival Butte. D. D. Budd is now engaged in opening sp a new mine in the western part of Jeffer son county, at the head of the Big Pips stone, and his praises for the prospects of his district are unbounded, says the Boulder Sentinel. The claim upon which he is now at work is called the Great North Western lode, and is in direct line of the Silver King, Major Budd, Boyson, Fourth of July, Last Chance and other lodes. A very fine boarding house has been built and a shaft house is now in the process of erection. A hoist will be put in in the near future and preparations are being made for continuous work this winter. Very rich croppings of gold, silver, copper and carbo nate of lead are found and when properly developed the Great North Western will no doubt prove a bonanza. Major Budd lives in hope that before spring he will be ship ping large quantities of rich ore. He says that the district is very promising and in cludes part of Jefferson and Silver Bow counties and that if Butte is not careful she will soon be left in the shade. Jefferson County News. Last week the sheriff sold a third interest in the Justice lode for $100, third interest in the Globe lode for $6, half interest in the Gem for $5, the Bullion for $10, half interest in the biewart for $11; half interest in the Independentfor $9, and half interest in the Iron Mountain for $5, says the Boulder age. The claims are all in the Park district, and are taken as the prop erty of Oscar A. Sparta at the suit of Cowan d; Parker. Bartell & Company, who have a lease on the Australia mine, Amazon district, shipped a carload of ore last week. The ore in the Boulder Chief mine is im proving, and it is stated that there is an eighteen inch vein of good shipping ore. The concentrator keeps running on the lower grade of ore, and there is good evi dence of prosperity all through the prop erty. The Amazon smelter is doing a little work on the rich slag left from former workings. Four bars of 'bullion were shipped from there last week. Messrs. Nelson, Weaver and others are working the Bismarck mine, Amazon dis trict, on a lease, and it isreported that they have made quite a good strike in the prop erty. Sinking is actively progressing on .the Hiawatha mine, Cataract district, and will be prosecuted to the depth of five hundred feet, after which cross-e.tting and drifting will begin. Recent assays of ore from the Bigfoot mine, Bigfoot district, went over twenty seven ounces in gilver and thirty-four per sent. in lead. The Bee Hive has large, d ssortment of toys for tittle girls, conses iir or china tea sets, lrit tania tea sets, tables, chairs, theis. burhaue, ho.a - steds,. cradles, dressers. shieboards, furniture sets, trunks, doll clrriags, iron stoves, sad iro., dolll. books, blooks, games, waeh tubs rets. dl1! hammocks, swings, and thousands of other goods too numerous to mention. Butcher & Bradley have made special arrange ments with Sant lat .ºs tlet 'eur holsdsy goods there. Are -Yon 'Sufering . ,Prom bark aseh, inflammation of the blad. 44er, driek dust deposit r stone in the blad y. ,r in faet any derangement of th' idaeys rtaiary orgeans? If thus afliited ats le"s tme and waste money onworth .1 Iinissa s and worse plasters, but strike Sgoseat of the disease at ones by using Soeattef all knoew remedies, the eel I4 8 Oregoa Ki4 ey Tea. Pleasant to rely vegetable. Iatisfactiona Ove ADrI El' TOw T1Hr BAIL. iIui*e C. W. Il.sbee Niow Deeomee a 1Ull-Wledgeed Lawyer. T h 1stiloes the ntprem, court yester 4d t adritted to practice Judge Charles W. Fliiehr. Juldgeo leteoher, as a oivil Jul tic., has made quite an enviable reputation for fairnes and impartiality. While act ing In that eapacity be studied law, and yesterday realised his hopes of behig a member of the bar. Judge D. S. Wade and 8. N. McIntyre, the, committee bet ore Viom he appeared to take his examination. reported that he passed admirably and ap pended these additional remarks: "Your committee take pleasure in further report ing that the examination of Charles W. Fleischer resulted in showing him better learned in elementary law than the major ity of candidates who have appeared before us; and when it is taken into consideration that he is of foreign birth, and in addition to the difficulty of learning our law he had to contend with that of doing to through a foreign and intricate lanenage of teohnioal terms, we deem his acquirements truly re markable." Chief Justice Blake welcomed Judge Fleiseher to the ranks of the lawyers in a neat speech. Judge Fleisoher will serve on this term as oivil justice. The Bee Hive solicits the trade of Sunday schooland other committes, an.i are prepared to fill any and all kinds of orders to suit the amount of funds to be expendal. A liberal dis count allowed on all such orders. Attention is called to prices made by F. J. Edwards in display ad. of this lusse. Dolls 29 cents and upwards at Butcber & Bradleys. They lead in low prices. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Ivy lodge, K. of P., meets tonight for work in the Pages rank. There will be a meeting of the Entre None club tonight for the purpose of elect ing offiooers. The elevators in the Power block are now run until 10 p. m. week days and on Sun- I day between 10 a. m. and two p. m. The r elevators in this block are among the best t made, and run on the new schedule will be a great accommodation to those who have offioes in the building. Alderman Reece, of the Fifth ward. bribed the marriage license clerk last Sat nrday to keep silent until yesterday morn- I ing. The bride's maiden name is Margaret b nstherland. Rev. F. D. Kelsey, So. D., of d the Congregational church, performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends a at the residence of the groom. c The pleasant weather last evening was a favorable to the Christian church revival and a good audience greeted the pastor, who discoursed an interesting sermon from the book of Numbers. 'Two were baptised x at the close of the services and others were almost persuaded. This evening a half hour's song servioe led by the male quartette will occur after which the pastor o1 will speak briefly upon the theme "Prepare fi to Meet Thy God." 8 A decision by the commissioner of the a general land office in the contest case of Edward Jordan against Benjamin C. Brooke, over a homestead entry has just $ been received. Dr. Brooke took up 160 tl acres near the site of the artesian we ll s1 as a homestead eight years ago. Jordan si contested, claiming non-compliance with ri the law. The then registerer of the land a] office here, Samuel Langhorne, decided in d Brooke's favor, and the receiver, H. 8. ti Iowell, found for Jordan. The commis- ti sioner's decision is in favor of Brooke. The land is very valuable. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs.A. L. Reed went to St. Paun! yesterday over the Union Pacific. General Agent B. H. Langley, of the Great Northern, went to Spokane Fallse yes terday. Monno Unzicker, of the Chioago Iron works, returned to Helena yesterday from a business trip. Mrs. J. Gordon will spend the winter at San Jose, Cal. She went yesterday via the Union Paoilic. E. W. Beattie left for Rockford, Ill., last night, summoned by a message that hi. mother was dying. Julian Ralph, the well known contributor to Harper's Magazine and Weekly, will ar rive in Helena today. Among the tassengers over the Great Northern yesterday were, O. R. Randall for Kansas City, and William Rois for New York. George Tong, one of the old timers of Butte City, came to Helens last night and reported a rich strike on his property, the Goldsmith mine. Among the passengers over the Union Pa cific yesterday were. J. Barrey for ban Fran cisco, Geeo. Haven, C. T. Gabresky for Erie, Pa., Mrs. A. Lavenberg, San Francisco. Miss Vilda Adams went to Decatur, Ills., yesterday over the Union Pacific. During her residence in Helena she made warm friends who sincerely hope her stay will not be long. She goes to visit relatives. T. J. Meyer, chief clerk in the Union Pa oific office, has gone to Illin ois. baturdav evening he received word that his father had died suddenly, stricken down with pneumonia. The same telegram announced that his mother was very ill with the same disease. Will Arrive To-Day. Passengers who will stop at Helena from the west-bound Northern Pacific express today are as follows: G. F. Muds King, J. R. Irwin, G. Hilford, Mrs. .hos. Gannon, J. Ralph. Arrivals at the Grand Central. A. M. Spratt. Michigan. Chas. Call, Placer. C. Wallace Taylor,Cho- S. J. Heron, Benton. tean. A. W. Cobb. St. I'aul. J. Oliver. St. Paul. L. B. Smith, treat John H. Cottlo and Falls. wife, Augusta. E. W. Cory, Augusta. J. Gleason. Wolf Cr'k. D" D. Ashton. Augusta. James laymond, Big A. G. tatonr, Deer Sandy. Lodge. Jane. . Fox. Harlem. John a'rgey. Harlem. J. J. Cunningham, St. O. I. Randall, S PauL Louis, Wie. Thomriron. Butte. Jio. . Ileilig, Batte. P. L. Lathrilca, lk- Wm Ilahn, Elkhrorn. horn. C. A. Wilson, Philips Richard Battle, Denver. burg. Mrs. Jordan. Ypsilanti, . It. Mlaler and wife, Mich. Marysvillo. Julius unltan,SanFran- Dr. H. M . MWhitefoot, criso. Bozeman. IH. Coborn, White dol- Benj lrumney. Cascade. phur r pringe. J. 11. Lynch,. M. Manuel. Irimini. J. David, city. J. I. Murphy, luiminl. . It. Trernce. Ruby Pierce J. Kellyy, city. Bar. Miss GeeUt Wickeor. Mlis La Meol, Wickes. Hi. . Iravlr, lortland. Ben Iricer. Marysvllle. Alex Macanley, Rldera- Jolhn V. Crole, do Bar. Tom Cooney, city. G. J. Connuiugham,Ilis- J. H. layes, Missoula. aonla. Arrivals at The B'elenu J. S. Tuoker, city. W. . Wlite. Butter. A. E. Barton, Butte. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. E. W Little, Minne- Fevard, Cokedale. apoili. F. aeIns, harr F'ncisch. Frederick Burch, Den- S W. bIice. ct. PauL var. 1'. W. MloAdow.Spotted S. A. Corhitt, Omaha. rioree. ban 'l renary, St. Paul. S. tlchlenstein, Now .rre. Lewis, Casrtle. ourk. A, Wioitrg. Milwaukee. 1. i). Wiers. city. A Ii. 'l'arbet, Spokane. Oliverl)ursntSpokane. W. I. Maaon, New F. 1i. P'almor, Nuw York. York. J. A. Hadley, Ft.r.ouis. A. McMulolen, Minneus J. A. I obort. Duluth. apolis. B. T. Tepbroe, Duluth Advice From IFloreuce. Florence, the actor, once gave some ad vice to a friend in these words: "MY DiLAC-: One gallon of whisky costs about Sli and contains about sixty - five 15-cents drinks. Now, if you must drink, buy a gallon and make your wife the barkeeper. When you are dry give her fifteen cents for a drink, and when you the whisky is guone she will have, after paying for it, $i.75 left, and every gallon there after will yield the same profit. This money she should put away, so that when you have become an inebriate, unable to support yourself and shunned by every respectable man, your wife may have money enough to keep von until your time comes to fill a drunkard's grave."-New York Sun. The Weekly InrdependentL, 1l pages, to Jae. 1. 1S93, tier $u. .YOUNCG ARNUM'lS TRiAl Some Diflmoulty in Getting a Jury a in the Mail Robbery Cae. e The Government's Attorneys Ask For a Continuance Which r Overruled. Mrs. Emma Partridge, of Butte, Goes to the Supreme Court in a Divorce Case. United States Attorney Weed wanted to continue, yesterday, the case against Ed. I F. Barnum for mail robbery. Judge Knowles overruled the motion, Nearly all the afternoon was taken up in getting a jury. When the court adjourned at five o'clock there were eleven men in the jury box and the lawyers were not through questioning the jurymen. A special venire was issued for eleven jurors, some of whom may sit in the trial of the case. Mrs. Bar num sat near her son Ed, an intelligent looking young man. Mr. Baum, of Great Falls, and Walsh & Newman, who defended Mrs. Barnum, are the attorneys for Ed Bar num. The charge against him is robbing the mail near Mann postoffioo, Cascade oonaty, last sumnmer, This is the case in which Garr and Johnson, two ranchmen living near Mann, testified that they entered into a conspiracy with young Barnum whreby they were to tell that they saw a stranger liding the mail sack. The men in the jury box when the court adjourned last night were A. N. Adams, Charles Gunther, J. J. J. McCarthy, f J. C. Stubbs, W. J. Burnett, C. F. Stuart, Fred Sass, John Wendel, Charles Gross man, J. C. Curtin, F. H. Fowles. W. J. Burnett is the first colored man who has been celled in the circuit court for jury L duty. Alderman Lissner and S. T. Porto were not p eseut when their names were v cealled and attachments were issued. They j will be brought into court this morning. di A BUrTE DIVORCE CASE. I Mrs. Emma Partridge Says ler Husband 3 Deceived Her. An appeal has been taken to the supreme r court by Mrs. Emma Partridge, of Butte, from the judgment of the district court of Silver Bow granting James M. Partridge an absolute divorce. Mr. Patridge alleged ex treme cruelty in the way of being hit by a flat iron in the hands of Mrs. Partridge and threats to disembowelhim. Mrs. Partridge says her husband lived with her after the summons was served on her and Mr. Part ridge told her the divorce proceedings were all humbug. She save for this reason she did not get a lawyer and was not present in the court room when the divorce was ob tained by default. Supreme Court Decisions. John Pelton, respondent, vs. Minah Con solidated Mining company. To recover $33.35 for labor performed. The judgment .s reversed. Opinion by Justice Harwood. Getchell L. Mattock, res;pondent, vs, Emanuel Goughnom. To recover $714 for - ,ervices and the further sum of $266. Judgment reversed. Opinion by Chief Justice Blake. Dewitt dissenting. John Hunter vs. John Eddy J. P. Appeal fiom district court. Judgment of the lower court on writ of certiori affirmed. To Recover the Property, The jury which tried the case of the United States vs. Twenty-nine gallons of whisky, returned a verdict yesterday in the :ircult court finding that the confiscated property belongs to the freighter who was :rrested a year ago on the Blackfoot reser vation. Select your holiday presents now and avoid the rush at The Bee Hive later on. The grandest display of holiday goads will he on exhibition this week at The iee ive. The Hee Hive still leoads as the only first class toy honue in Montana. Their line includ.e everything that is new, and their prices are lowes than ever. Notice. Every lady knows that the last part of December is the worst time of the year, be cause they have to study no and down tc find a Xmas present to their husband or "best fellow" which he will appreciate. Now, take Swend Carlson's advice and got one of his genuine meerschaum or bria; pipes, a box of cigars, a tobacco purse, etc. Nothing will make him feel more happy. The largest variety of smokers' articlet west of Chicago. 38 and 132 Main sliest. The assignee's sale of Brunell & Co.', stock is attracting crowds daily. It will pay you to inspect their offerings. A large line of ladies' and gents' handkerchiefs for the holiday's at Butcher & tradley's. Thomas A Dunn. the dressmakers, have re moved to 306 Warren street. corn-er Sixth ave Stylish Jackets and Capes. Ladies, please remember that we show an anbroken line of jackets and capes in col ors and black; sizes 832 to 42. Full 200 dif ferent styles-more than the combined stores of Helena. All well-dressed ladies know the New York Drv Goods Store, that for something very genteel they are abso luteiv obliged to go there. Rich and deli cate looking garments, splendid and artistic in shape, Every week a new shipment. Eight new and elegant open stock pat terns of dinnerware to select froln at greatly reduced prices. F. J. Edwards, 1t oulth Main street. Christmas o bhmes hnt once a tear and Then Pe Hive takes up the intorven:n timeo to place their orders so as to mnet the wants of all. Don't you know tihere are but few op portnultles to buy standard boots and shoes as heuaiply as now at the Drew store. Oysters on the half shell at the Motor Office. Howv to thtch On. If the ladies knew how to catch on or to make the old man feel good just go down to Swend Carlton's and select him one of those genuine meerchaum or briar pipes and you will never be sorry for it. The largest stock ever brought to, Montana. Nos. :38 and 132 South Main street. M AItRIED. IEECiE-SUTIIHtRLAN I-On Dec. 5, by Rev. F'. D. Kelsey, .cr. It., Mr. 'rank L. leece and Mis. Margaret Sutherland. Montana Lodge No. 1, I. 0. O. F. Meets overy ITuesday. A regular meet ing of Montana Lodge INo. will be lld at Odd Fellows W Tmule• IJacksone street entrance, U.gevening at i7:30 o'clock. 'flre hours of mltting are as follows: Jaluarr February, November and )efemitwr, 7 ot'lock March, April, tlltemler andl October, 7:30; May June. July and Aulgust, 8. Visiting members a.e cordially welcomos. t'IIA. I. BUtLAY, N. i. EMIL IKLUUE, S.erelary. Ivy Lodge No. 24. K. of P. Moets every Tuesday. A regular meeting of the above lodge will be hleld this (Tuesday) evening, at their Castle Hall, ii. A. If. hall, Park avenuc. Mem bers of sstler lodges are cordially invited to attend. S. MARIKS. C. C. WILL. C. SImIDLE, Kt, of H. and. For b a I Ohietsats ptteeb call Sat the Lt one oof south of Paiater DanA Bishop ds l ave tihe on.ly dental otpa whete tusk* enan mente by tlepheae. TIeif phonS to Olotbing 4, *vyiode, ladled' sIad cbil din's oakJa and cape at Iees than cost at i Bazaar, No. 18. foot of BIBroadway.*, Ladle' and gents' woolen and cotton un derwear in all colors at less than cost at the '. X. L. Bazaar. No. 18, foot of Broadway, next door to Paynter Drug Co. A Million Frienda. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not iese than one million people have found just sucoh a friend in Dr. Elt's New Dis covery for consumption, coughs and colds. If you have never used that great cough medicine one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all die eases of throat, chaet and lunga. Each bot tile is guaranteed to do all that il claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles free at B. 8. Hale & Co'e. drug store. Large bottles, 500 and $1. Legal blanks at thie offie. if you wish to stop in a First-Class Hotel go to Mineral Springs Hotel The Largest antd Rest Hotel in the city. Accessi ble by electric carr to all parts of the city. Rates, $2.00 per Day and upwards. Mineral Water and Mineral MIaths in the Hotel free for the guests of the Hotel. MARCUS LISSgNE, Proprietor. Lissner's Mineral Spring Water, Itis a cure for the following diosses: Dy- teosia, Indigestion 1aliousness, fdravel. Ca tarrh of the atomach and Blowils, Pil cc. Kidney, lladder, Sour Stomach. and akin diseases, llu dreels of testimonials can bre ane at Mineral SpriOgs Hotel. OFFICE OF Dn. M. Io KtttyAs. HraeLA, MoN.r, Nov. r. 1b0: S MARcus LIsIasn.. Elso--'-y DTar Sir: Since I real the report ofl an analysis matds by rofoitsor Thomas Price & Son, of o itr spring water. 1 found that it is not only a pine drinking water, but it is of glect therapeutic vlue for many die eases. viz: Illioosntso. indigeostion, conatiDt tion, liver, kidney and biddotler liseases, as also for those suffering with gr avel. aun jnutifisd in recommending your spring water to tIhose sffer invewith the aboveo entioned ttisee as, and ny usmng the water for two or three weeks it will re commend Itself. Very truly .oure. M. tOC .AIe, at. D, READ WHAT THE RHEAT TEMIPERANCE LECTUREO HAS TO SAY. HELENA. MONT.. Aeg. 23, 1891. MY DEAR Mn. LessnERa-It gives me groat pleasure to state briefly the groeat benifit I nave re,eived from the use of the Leasner sp:ieg water. I have been for three years atflicted with kidney trouble, causing me intense pain. I have taken much mediciue, with but litcle r lief. I have Useed lorous plasters. They gave me tem pora.y relief. The severe pains in my byck .ret remained. I commenced the ts of the abrlng water about five weeks ago and immediatefy got 4 relief. I fee no more pain or aches. tninate with perfect freedom and have every reason t) believe I am entirely cured. With my whole heart do I thank you for this water of life. Yours in haste. FRANCIS MURPHY, Positively the Last 24 Days TO CLOSE ASSIGNMENT. EVERY CITIZEN IN HELENA KNOWS THAT THE Brew Boot and Shoe Stock IS STANDARD; NOT SLOP SHOP AUCTION STUFF. 40 Per Cent. Reduction in Prices Since Dec. 1 'W i-cndcsor EIhouse. 11, 413, 415 AND 417, LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA European and American plan: Excellent board and good accommodations. Pleasant rooms and steam heat. Modern conveniences. ,iATES: $1.25 TO $2 PER DAY. A. P. GINCHEREAU, Proprias+r IN GSH OPERA OUSE TUESDAY, DEC. 8. Qreat Musical Treat. Mendelssohn QUINTETI'TE CLUB OF BOSTON, ASSISTED BY Miss Marie Barnard THE GREAT PRIMA DONNA. Tickets at Pope & O'Connor's. THE CAPITAL CITY lIUSIC COIIPANY EXCLUSIVE MUSIC HOUSE. Agents for Hallet & Davis end Emerson & Kimball Pianos. Also Kimball Organs. 822 NINTH AV., HELENA. SANDS BROT HERS Beginning Monday, Dec. 7, we will sell our entire stook of Cloaks,Jaokets, Wraps, Newmarkets and Capes At Less Than the Manufacturing Gest Owing to the lateness of the season and unusually large pur chases, our Cloak department is overstocked. There is but one remedy, prices must be slaughtered. We are determined to re duce the stock at any sacrifice and the cost of goods will not be considered. Assignee Sales and Special Sales Sink into Insignificance iRGomparison With This Golossal Slaughter Sale Of our immense collection of new and desirable Garments. Re member we offer no old, shopworn or Bankrupt stocks, but the most fashionable productions of the season. The appended prices speak for themselves. Jackets and Capes, Newmarkets and Wraps1 Children's Garments $6.50 Garments Reduced to $.45 $8.00 Garments Reduced to $4.75 $5.00 Garments Reduced to $2.90 12.50 Garments Reduced to 7.90 9.50 Garments Reduced to 5.00 6.00 Garments Reduced to " 3.45 15.00 Garments Reduced to 10.80 12.50 Garments Reduced to 8.90 7.50 Garments Reduced to 4.05 16.50 Garments Reduced to 12.45 13.50 Garments Reduced to 9.90 9.C00 Garments Reduced to 5.35 18.00 Garments Reduced to 13.50 15.00 Garments Reduced to 10.50 10.50 Garments Reduced to 7.50 25 GarmentsRrme m Rduced to 9.00 20.00 . Garments Reduced io 15.03 18.50 Garments Reduced to 12.50 12.50 Garments Reduced to 9.00 25.00 Garments Reduced to 16.50 14.00 Garments Reduced to 11.04 20.00 Garments RReducedto 15.50 28.50 Garments Reduced to 18.25 16.50 Garments Reduced to 11.45 35.00 Garments Reduced to 27.50 25.00 Garments Reduced to 17,50 Garments Reduced to 12.00 30.00 Garments Reduced to 18.55 .50 $25 40-inch Plush Coat $16.98 35 42-inch Plush Coat 23.50 $6 Cape and Muff set $3.50 40 45-inch Plush Coat 27.70 PLUSH NEWMARKETS. 8 Cape and Muff set 4.75 50 50-inch Plush Coat 36.70 $60 Garments Reduced to $45 10 Cape and Muff set 5.20 During this Slaughter Sale all purchases must positively be made for cash. SANDS - BROTHERS $500 Reward FOK THE DISCOVERY OF BODY OF JOHN M'PHEE, Lost in the mountains in Deer L dge County este of Rimii tend south of EliOtein. Mr. lcPhere was abut 5 feet. 11 inches in height., and weighed about 180 pounds. Hle had blue eyes, brown hair, a redish brown full board trimmed mediumn clone, and a scar on the right temple, was last seen Wednesday afternoon, September 10, about three miles east of the nOn tario nmine. He had on glasees and wore a dar' suit of rclothes, dark prping ov r coat and darkn splring hat lie carried a old huntLing crase wat ch with hip name engrsavd on the inidoi crase. Address in!or-lntiin to The Uranl RIepublic Minning Co.. Helena, Mont SHE (tiAN\D lREPUBLIC MTNING CO.. CATrHeLIC KNIoHTS oF AMERIOA. LINDSAY & CO. Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Produce. Specialties: Butter. Eggs, Fruits, Vegetables Iish, Poultry, Oysters. 30 and 22 Edwards Street. Helena, Montana. NOTICEOF APPLICATION TO CUTTIMBER In accordanoo with the strovisions of see tion eight of roles and regulations prescribed by by the honorable secretary of the Intorior, dated May 5, 1b91, the undersigned, J. t,. Lane. whose poetotlice addrcss is ilozt-tan, tisllatin county, viotana nerehy tiso notice, that at the expiratiun of' twnty-one days from tteliret publication lf this' notice, le willt make appi cratlon ii, writing to the honorable secretary of the unteritl for ttllUleis on and authority to eut and remove alllerhiantablO bsaW Iogssolltab)le roe IIauufeoturo ilit niethnr. conllsiting of oil and yealow fir. whilt tinle alid tprUiel timber, ipoan tortal trao a of lands sitatedI on titalsuo creek in (iall)tin antid Maulon ronchi's, iltotanau whicl are rubllie lalndl and are no st. iuturveynd ntd iiecribhel a- follows, to-wit. timotnlenclng antitt, Cu(IUth otf tHcatlIob crook, a titblltary otf IaIl rWeaLt illtluttin river, and sun ltlg ll"p saitd 'riek on lith t eite a distnneo of igKhit itltos., itnii hlvnintg tltrt'rlon ibout IuttO,iOJ f(ot of riod old y;-low hr and whito title timber. 'liis chlara:cter itf tlhe aborve dlocrilod land a very rounth adl mountainous .nul wlholly unfit for+ griulio ural itirloteei; mitiratl hlave beno dil :tivnred cn parta ttf said land ''h ith tiehr thre on iH scatlerjinig, rough and crubby, the greater portion of tne hist of it Iavisg lCot out anid re moved in ears Lpast t.'Ill h, irpoie for which timnetir will i.s tedl will be for otitiptvlting I tit b. r of varolos kinids to th llb in.tls farmers anti other residents iof iahtli euonnlty anid the klttl of timber intenltod to be ra t sutiti d$ is of sf-i ficiout ite toh make morchantablo lumber. J. (i. LANE. IFirst publication Oct. Y., 18L I THE MIN'ER'S FAVORITE. HERCULES POWDER. We will not be undersold. KLEINSGHJlIDT & BRO., -lelerna, Agents. H. B. P7iLMEBR, --HELENA, IIONTANA, DEALER IN-- INVESTMENT SECURITIES=i M-MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Property and Ranches. Will purchase County, School and Municipal Bonds and Warrants, Commeroiai Paper and Mortgage Notes. No. 10 Edwards Street. Merchants National BanLk Buildlnt Correacrndenoe Solloeted. (IG-RAIND ON CAFE_. Grandon Block, Corner Sixth Avenue and Warren. Is Generally Renovated and Under New Management. TER.S= $6 Per Week. Tickets, 21 Meals, $7. Single MGeale, i50 Cents MRS. M. G. WARMKESSEL, Proprietress. RICHMOND CREAMERY BUTTER We desire to inform the public that our butter is sold in Helena only through THE A. R. GATES GROCERY CO. Who have arranged with us to take the entire product of our creamery. Also that our goods are not branded except. ing the two-pound bricks, which bear the name of Rich mond. Consumers of this butter will find it equal to any creamery product of any market. ::THE RICHMOND CREAMERY COMPANY:: BEST FLOUR ON EAJTH. Use Washburn-Crosby Company's "Best." Made in the celebrated Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, Minn., the largest Flour Mills in the world. Washburn-Crosby Company's "Best" will yield Ž E11ZF01M 40 TO 60 POU1\DS MORE BREAD TO THE BARREl. i. Than Flour made from Winter Wheat. --FOR SAoLfE BY M. ieinig and The A. A. Gates Grocery Company,