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isth kawk, ta e lus died. atd tlh e strns he . Hal Arrested, Are Alt .Now h ehind the Dats. Daniel O'TOearyp the city prironer who was hot by Watehman Qtill Lawrence on Thturday morning while attempting to es cape from the chain gaRg, at Fifth and Montana avenues, died at thelistera' hos pital at three o'olok yesterday aftrnaoon. Death reeulted from paralysis, the eftect of in.fry to the spinal coluam, through which the ball passed, O'Leary pased a restleas night, but was consoious most of the time, During yesterday morpin4 hbe was sotewbhat derlaions and about noon it be eame apparent that hish conition grew alasuines From then on , he was rapidly worse ad h die about three o'clok in the afternoon. Dr. James J. MacDonald, who had attended O'Leary, made a search for the bullet after death. He found that it had passed through ern of the vertebra of the ntck,' unicing the spinal oerd, however, and gone forward, where it lay against the jogular vein and uthe gareti a itery. The balln ws slightly .mehed by contact wirt the bone, Par alysis resulted from the ihoak to the spinal column. Corener Bookman was notfled of O'Leary's death and summoned the follow, ing jaury: H. L. Kellogg, O. M. Rhodes, Lewis Davis, F. R. Bowie, Sam Alexander and . 0. Sultrer. After viewing the body the jury adjourned to meet this afternoon. Lawrenee gave himself up and was placed under arrest by the police when he brought the chain gang in from their work. He expresses great regret at the fatal result of his shot. Before he became delirious O'Leary told the sisters at the hospital that he was a native of Chicago and 25 years of age. He had worked in the Great Northern's Pacific extension. He said he had a widowed mother in Canada. When asked why he had tried to escape he said it was because he didn't care to be disgraced by working on the chain gang. The police eary that when O'Leary was arrested the last time he was suspected of complicity with the man who got a sixty days sentence for taking shoes from in front of a Main street store. The two had been together that day. Later Alderman Henry Klein reported the loss of an over coat that was taken frem in front of his plice of. business. The police laid this to O'Leary but could not get any proof at the time. For that reason he was "eent up" as a vagrant. Policeman Vanasse found the missing ceat last night. It was in a room of a lodging house at Main and Wall streets, concealed under a mattress. It was ascer tained that O'Leary had engaged that room juet before his arrest, and et hi name on the register. After e ing the room he had gone out sad been arres . ALL HANDS IN JAIL. The Outcome of Olving an Indian a Bottle of Whisky. .*William Harrigan, the man whom Fi.h Hawk, a Umatilla Indian aoused of giv ing him a bottle of whisky, confessed to Judge Sanders yesterday that the charge was true. He did not know he was doing anything wrong at the time. Harrigan had been drinking with A. D. Barnum, the firet man the Indian had arrested. Fish Hawk gave him a quarter and asked him to get some whisky. HarriLan bought the whisky and gave it to the Indian. He was com mitted for the action of the distriot court. It looked so much like Harrigan had been drawn into the trouble purposely by Bar num and the Indian, that County Attorney Nolan will, it is understood, as soon as the man is sentenced ask the board of pardons to let him go. - Barnum was fined $25 for carrying .a concealed weapon. He was unable to pay and will work his fine and costs out in the city jail. Fish Hawk was brought into court later to answer to the charge of being drunk, He is a fine looking specimen of the American Indian, though temporarily somewhat knocked out by the use of liquor. He dresses in a ranching suit with a cowboy hat, from under which falls a snit of raven black hair fuUy eighteen inches long, He is a farmer in the Flathead country, and be sides his ground owns one horse. In excel lent English he told the judge: "I got enough; I ,quit Whisky makes Indian poor; makes him fool." "Don't you think I ought to put you in for one moon?" asked Judge Sanders. "You ought to know." redlied the Indian. "Well, I'll fine you $10. That means five days." "I got no money," answered Fish Hawk, smiling. Fish Hawk says he wants to get home to the Flathead by Christmas. Stole Five Dollars. John Marsh, a youilg man who came to Helena yesterday from Missoula, was ar rested last night for petty larceny. When searched at police headquartersa a bill was found in the lining of Marsh a hat which a stranger says was stolen from him by Marsh ina saloon on olore street. Attention is called to prices made by F. .- Edwards in display ad. of this issue, Statuary in bronze and bisque, vases, French china novelties, olock,, flowers in baskets, orna ments, brica-brar, etc., at The Bee Hive. Don't miss the last chance for bargains in boots and shoes at the Drew store. A Successful Entertainment The first of a series of entertainments to ae given by the Oakes Street M. E. church, took place on Thursday evening last and was a success, even beyond the expectation of the most sanguine. The eneraotic young people of OCakes street engaged the Original Peak sisters, of St, Paul's M. E, church, to favor them with their very humorous ex hibition which alone was worth the price of a season ticket. Mrs. Hopkins deserves areat credit for the artistic manner in which the participants performed their parts, as the programme was arranged under her direction. Mr. A. B Avery recited The Chariot Race, and Miss Mabel Rollins gave Darius Green, Miss Clara O'Connor also recited A Sunset, in an admirable manner. Wm. Wortman gave a solo. The nekt in the course will be a drama, The Beauty of Purity, which will occur New Years eve, Dec. 81. Misl Mary E. Jaokmau gives prlvate lessonis In shorthand. Room 18 Blaies block. Special rates to Dec. in. oancy tble covers at The lre lily. inohBenille, pluh, silk linen, topestry. velvet. crash, stc., at Import price.. ih toond see them. Ad on another page, The Ladies Auxiliary Society Of Temple Emanu.El will please meet at the residence of Mrs. B. Loebh, No. ll1 Fifth avenue, on Monday afternoon, Dec, 21,181. A cordial invitation is oetended to all ladies. Boys' Apparel. Great bargains at the forced sale of Har ris Bros stock, bloans MosYas, Assignee. 11u, 121 N. Main street. OtktsU,. m tlc of 1nN tni-brld C ml# lter * 0 fpr }o4*+nee therejn 'repon s U, W. Montanhe gvernt or state, the mayor and oar f Trade of our ofty, whfich movement is ooneaurred in by the people of Montana generally, Ample ar rnngemente will be made for the toommo dation of all who may be present, at reas onable rates, and entertainment furnished for persons who will take advatage of this invitation. Itedued rates will be made, some alreiad ordered, of a one-fare rate from all parts of the United tates and Oanada to Helena and return. Eastern villtors will have the option of reaching Montana via Chicago, to. Paun and Minne eolis, and resturn a via Of de, falt Lakce, wenver, ih ansaet i and Oumaha, or by the revere trip, enterin l a by the latter points abd raturnin va ntrt. Paul and iMinneash olL Weeoro visitors will have te s ttr.iht one fare rateroSfe all waicl eoatpint to Helena and reb.rnia.via Portlnan, Ta voms Ogden or Blt Lake. Special re Due4 r r te a 1 e ad for trip through ve National Ipatrk-"the wonh rland of Ameries"-distant from Helena about 1i5 miles. In behalf of the people of Montana, in whose name we are authorised to act in this matter,we extend to every workman of our order a cordial invitation to visit eleba in June neat, with their families, assuting all of a hearty welcome and a fraternal reception, and as greas a variety of entertainments as your time will per mit you to enjoy. Let there be a general aspemblage of workmen on that occasion, and we feel warranted in assuring you all that, aside from the personal satisfaction each of you will receive in participating in such a meeting, the order generally will be greatly benefited thereby. By order of the Montana general committee. JAg. SBv.lcvA, Chm'n. Supreme Master Workman Kinsldy has given his consent to the sending of the circular to every lodge of the order. The movement to have the grand mass meeting of the workmen at Helena next June meets with his hearty approval. Magic lInterns, tool dhestc, ten pine, meehani cal toys, air gns, etc.. for boys at The ee Diamonds almost ms cheap as Montasa sap phires at The 3. Bteinmetz Jewelry Co.'s. Our Christmas sifts cannot be critioized by recipients. Butcher & Bradley, liii Broadway. By All Means Investigate. To THE INDEPENDENT: Some of the trans actions of our sohoolboard are, to say the least, of a peculiar character, and certainly need explanation. I am reliably informed that a superintendent of construction of school buildings is employed at a salary of $150 per month, which is supposed to be good pay for the services required, and should entitle the board to his entire time in the capacity for which he is employed. The board have had occasion recently to require plans for buildings in the First and Seventh we. ds and for additions to other baildings, but instead of allowing parties who have requested the privilege of fur nishing plans and estimates to do so, the board have ignored such requests and in structed their superintendent to prepare the plans and specifications and superin tend the construction of buildings and al terations, which, ordinarily, would be all right if this work were done as part of his duty as superintendent for the school board, but the fact develops that the board alleow im five per dent, upon the cost of such buildings in addition to his salary, and the question naturally arises, is it fair or just to the scheol district or to those architects and superintendents who have a right to compete for such work, and is it not paying a double salary to one m2n, and if so, why is it donoe? Will the school board please rise and explain? Of course, if the school board is a. close corporation and run in the interest of a few pets, I pre sume that we have no right to object and will consider this as written only for infor mation. Very respectfully, ONE INTERESTED. Helena, Mont., Dec. 18, 1891. Jewelry of all kinds and high class ornaments at cost at 'he J. Steinmetz Jewelry Co.'s. Best place in town for holiday goods. Go to The Bee Hive for a present for your best girl. They have a nice line, prices very low. Legal blanks at this office. School Concert. Tickets for the school concert are now on sale. They can be had from members of the high school or pupils of the seventh and eighth grades. The price of gallery seat tickets is 150 cents, reserved seat tickets 711 cents. In view of the very laudable purpose for which the coHert is being given-the enlargement of the school library-it i0 hoped the citizens of Helena will give it a very liberal patronage. Buy tickets of the school children. Our goods are all guaranteoed as repre sented. We do not buy Job lots, conse quently have no trash. Bat commence on Monday to sell good goods at prices that will surprise you. F. J. Edwards. TleW kly Inldependent; 19 pages to Jan. 1, 18S93, for 2. Barris Bros-Asslgnee Sale. I will offer the stock of Harris Brothers at public sale commencing this morning at nine o'clock. Everything will be sold with out reserve. The stock has been inven toried, marked down and "bargain lovers" will find a feast, the fond recollections of which will linger in their memories for years to come. MosE MoIns, Assignee. 119, 121 N. Main stret. Go to The Bee Hive and save 23 per cent on the so-called special sales prices. To those customers who failed to get waited on the past fow days we beg your kind Indulgence aund trust that hereafter we may be able to tkso care of all colners. Respectfully, U. IL Stevenson, asslgnee. Itlmuint Stage Line. The oficeo of the daily stage line to limini is now at Payne's hotel, Park avenue. To accommddate passengers the stage will call each morning at 7:30 at Turner's grocery store, .foot of Broadway. C. E. AKIN, Prop. Go to The liese Hive for Christmas cards. The Boe Hive soliclts the trade of Sautday bchoolsand other committee, an are prepared to flu any and etil kinitrof orrders to suit the amount of funds t, he expenl.l. A liLe:al dis count ellowed on all snrh orders. Parties Having Large Blocks to heat will be to their advantage to call and get our prices. GILoiareT Bnos. & EDGAL. DRPRICES m ona o.aki.ng Boeno ozr . O.,tO :'L Clieilt$. The Quesuton of hanmparty Raised fin Qas e SeBtween toienMs Attorneys, Among the Romans It Was a Disgrace to 'Demand Pay for Legal Services. Judge Armstrong, of Boseman, rendered his decision yesterday in the case of Car penter, Buck & Hunt against Hedges & Miller, concerning the fees which the former firm were to get from the latter in noting for the New York devisees under the will of the late Walter F. Chadwiok, of Helena. "The court finds, first, says the decision, that the contract was entered into between the law firms sad contemplated partial accouontings from time to time, immediately upon any moneys or property coming into the hands of Hedges. Seoond, that a trust exists in Hedges under the terms of the agreement and contraot with reference to moneys re ceived from the town property sold in Oct., 1889, and also with reference to the pald Butte mining stock and any accrued or accruing dividends thereon, and that an accounting is therefore forthwith due from Hedges as trustee for the firm of Hedges & Miller and Carpenter, Buck & Hunt; but it appearing that Hedges, trustee, has affected a settlement with the defendant, Miller, of the firm of Hedges & Miller, the ac counting will only be necessary as to Car penter, Boouck & Hunt, and that a reference should be forthwith ordered to take an accounting as to the moneys or properties that may have bien received by Hedges as accruing to the New York devisees, and conseqiently as chargeable with this trust; the amount of Bald Butte stock that he has so received, and the dividends, if any, that have accrued thereon, and the amount of such dividends that would be accruing to Carpenter, Back & Hunt under the agreement. Fourth, the amount, of par chase price of the treasury stock which should be chargeable to Carpenter, Buck & Hunt; and that they are the equitable own ers of one-half of whatever moneys or properties flowing to the New York de visees may have from time to time come into the hands of Hedges as such trustee; and upon report of such references decree will be filed." The testimony of the parties given before Judge Armstrong did not differ materially. "Under this condition of affairs the attor neys for defendants interposed an objec tion to the testimony and asked that plaintiffs' action be dismissed on the ground that the contract alleged in the complaint, in support of which proof was offered, is tainted withchamperty, and that under the common law such a contract would not be enforced in a court of equity, but that the court would refuse the parties its assistance, and leave them where it finds them; that in the absence of a repeal ing statute the common law of England should be the law and the rule of decision in this state. "The parties to this action are all of them lawyers, eminent in their profession, of high moral standing, and not likely to ad visedly enter into a contract that would not stand the test of the closest scrutiny, while the defendants' counsel have urged this proposition, with such force and earp estness that I approach this question wih some diffidence, especially since it i'the first of its character that has arisen in the history of the courts of this state or terri tory. It is true that 'under the Roman law an attorney rendered his services gratnit ously. The Roman advocate was usually a man of wealth, and found the reward for his labors (as too often the advocate of the present day is forced to do) in the gratitude of his clients. It having become a cuastom among some of the Roman lawyers to ask and demand com'ensation for their servi ces, it was esteemed a disgrace to the pro fession, and accordingly the Cincian law was passed, which provided that thence forth no one should receive a pecuniary compensation for pleading a cause. By the downfall of the republic the Cincian law became a dead letter, and advocates were allowed to receive as an "bhonorarium" such sums as their clients might see fit to bestow upon them, not exceeding, however, 10,000 sesterces. Clients, however, were required to take oath before entering upon the trial of their case, that they had not given or guaranteed any sum of money whatever to the attorneys who represented them. The rule in England in the early days of the common law was that the reward of the attorney was an honorarium. Which fol lows that as this was the rule, no action would lie by an attorney for the recovery of his fees; no difference how faithfully he might have earned them, and this was the rule in the early history of this country." In conclusion Judge Armstrong says that it is not to be questioned that our laws recog nize the claim of an attorney at law for such professional services as a legal de mand, and that as such he can recover a reasonable amount. Judge Armstrong de cies against the defendants on thequestion of ohamgperty. The Bee Hive has the largest and most com plato line of dolls in the city at prices to suit the times. Christmas gifts bonght from no will make the daylong remembered. Butcher .d Bradley. Overcoats. Terfible slaughter of overcoats at the assignee sale of the Harris Bros stock. Finest and largest stock in the city. Goods sold irrespective of value. Moses Monuys, Assignee, 119, 121 N. Main street. "i.ay! John, can you toll me what a mono'ogue is?" "No. Charlcy, not exactly, but 1 will the tday after (ehristntae for t am going to hoar .Lhil hly, who is said to be thte most versatile geninus t that line of entertainment in America You better go loo." Do U Want to Buy an Xmas Present. See the great display of the Barris Bros. stock. Mosas MnRRat, Assignee, 119, 121N. Main street. Try Our Pea or (heanut Coal, thoroughly screened, for your furnaces. Ton lots at $4.25; car lots, $3.85, deliv. ered. GOLomuneT Bnuos. & Enon.. Tire grandest display o of holiday go Ad will be on exhibition this week at The luo H-live. Typewriting, roomlu 1i Halley blohlk The Bee five has a comp'ete line of toys and holiday goots at prirces tLu slt all. They suaer aat'e to sll any gouds In th z ir hono cheaper than any special sale fakes that may be ndver ti ed. lflalsn _ t', Grmnwtd, of 8 O. 10, 1891.--on. I. M. Graieenwod, Xas 6 City, Mo.I, esr s-QO1ttih to ( the 'sot that there vre to p.tt .liulrulfttip 'here reftleting upon S. L ookk, of the [ibouna Ednotontn aoaedt ftitian, In-.ft -to the prooeedings u# the ezeoutive com itee at its New York msets i, Ot. 80a, s oonfllctin r6aports n reae to y own ation I e been iastucted by he'leona Board of Trade to ask It you woud kindly answer the follow. inag iterrogattr ad lnd thus set ts right in reference to thesinartters: "(1) Dia you give President E. H. Cook instrutions by lette[ bow to cast your vote. or authority to cast it as he might think best? "(2) For which city did your letter vote or intend to vote? Jt is not the purpose of our Board of Trade to interfere in any way with the le gitimate action of the executive committee, but if that action was fraudulent, as is openly charged, especially he to the use Mr. Cook made of your letter, it is only just to you and to ns that the responsibility be placed where it belongs. We take it that whatever your action was in the settlesmeit of. tht question, you will not seek to conceal it. If you voted for ltratoga, or gave Mr. Cook authority to east your vote for that city, we shall as gracefully as possible anbmit to the inev itable; but if you iltended to vote for Hel ena, and expected your vote to be counted for our city, it seems only just that the fact should be made known. 'Trusting that you will receive this communication in the kindly spirit in which it is sent and give it an early ansrer, I have the honor to be, very respectfally, yours, Roir,. C. WALK,', ,eo'y. The assignee'~s ale of lirunell A Co.'s stock Is attracting' eowds datly. It will pay you to Iaspect their offerings. Buy your Christmas oasdies at the Motor Of tineetal baths at Mineral Springs Hotel only Ji cents. NEW COUNTY SEAT. A Fine Town Assured In the Northern Part or Montana. At the live town of Chotean, the future county seat of Teton county, there will be a sale of 275 town lots Dee. 2;2, 1891. For particulars address A. B. HAMILTON, Choteau, Mont., Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Rosa Hazlett, deceased. - fanta Claus' Headquarters. Seo our sign and make no mistake. tiotcher & Bradley. Geot out sale prices of dry goods and cloaks elsewhere, then comelll to iBrunell's and we will save you one half. Will Ilecelve Proposals. Until 12 o'clock noon, Dec. 22, 1891, the undersigned will receive proposals for one year's lease of 120 acres of land known as the Mountain Rome Cemetery together with improvements thereon. CITY CzEMEanx COMMITTEE. Room 24 Bailey Block. Don't you know thbre are but few op portunitles to buy standard boots and shoes as cheaply as now at the Drew store. Albums' albums! albums! lhe Bee Hive has the largest display of albums in the city and prices are very low. To Farmiers. We have money on hand to loan on i m proved ranch property throughout the state with water for irrigating, Lowest rates. Time and terms to suit. Write, de scribing your property.1 Five per cent. in terest paid on savings deposite. MONTANA VINes BANK, Helena, Montana. The Bee Hive still leads as the only first clae y house in Montana. Their line includes verything that is new, and their prices are lower han ever. Fresh lot of New York Counte In shell, at the Motor Office. 'Electricity Applied to Relieve Pain. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1 and up. Gold fillings, $3 and up. A full set of teeth, upper or lower, $10, Extraction of teeth with electricity, 50 cents. Dns. SKIMMIN & Essrct, dentists, Sixth av enue and Main. 1 Hereby Give Notice That on the let of January, 1892, I will again engage in the ice business, and solicit the patronage of my former customers and the public generally. C. A. BrAc~nunN. lelena Jewelry Company POWER BLOCK, SIXTH: AVE. Are showing a splendid line of Goods for the HOLIDAYS Wat hes, Jewe'y aad Sibherwaro, In new and elegant designs. Also the best assortment of gold and silver headed Canes'and Umbrellas In the city. We make a specialty of Jewo ry manufacturing and watch repairing. Call and see us. Power Block, Sixth Ave. $500 Reward FOs THE DISCOVEIIY 01 BODY OP JOHN M'PHEE, rost In the mountains In Dl)er la iAe County *stl of .litnul l anud outh of Lillioltr, , r. deuPlie was about - feel, It inches In heluat, aind wollbed ahunt 1i0 bounds lie had bliut, eye., brown hair, a redlsh brown full heard trlnlmsed isedluSdoluose, and a eoutr on thela righth temple, was lst seen wsdnesday afternera. fhDtemlaIr tll, about tlhrne miles ast of thte t ,a. tario mine. Itsn had an glases soild walrs a dal: sitl of rlsllIts dark siurllgl overotiLt sult drtL elprhla r t,, lu arrcial a tlol Innur legc race t.oth wlth his llnatem Olravod on the inh rie c.e!r. Ardress lnformatlon t, Thie Irand Republit Mining Co., lolena, ionte, 'Tug (iRApIr ltsrPn.tn Muairnsa CO., t hrres4c hiiloustas or AssalcA. Reductionsthaiiare Genuin ootlfrIa eraslou l15b1 SZtractdluns low wli , We MeaSt 0saisr all Iales to be fi A. icr ,t to= d y . ay il,.tS i1, of.r sunh t Sru it. thr onlout o r house that will siarp'se al buyers of ay liGdd o this eiy asn olaim the dareul attention of everyone who have this class of Rooad to buy. 1Thi is no fake, but a bonn ids shange in prices, as given below, In some asses the goods are priced for less than they can be replaced at wholeasle and are beyond the reaoh of competition. DRESS GOODS. Our entire line of fifty diferent colorinls, 44-inch, fine all-wool Henrietta clothe.s, for this sale, will be reduced from $1.25 to 900. Per Yard. I lot all-wcol Henrietta cloths and aslhseres, 40@40-lucrh. reduced from............$ 85 to $ 0CO I lot all-wool Henrietta clothe and cashmeres, reduced from ,;...7.......... ... 7to 4 1 lot English cashmeres, re doced from.... . ........... 50to 1 lot fancy dress goods, re duood from,...........2...'35 to 12/ 1 lot dark figured satens, re daoed from............... 20 to 83 1 lot 27-inoh figured Fronch flannels reduced from..... 7 to 55 Oar entire stock of striped and oecked Jersey fannels reduced from............. 76 to 55 10 pfeces fine eiderdown flan nels reduced from......... 1.00 to 70 Hosiery and Underwear. 500 natural grey wool ladies' vests and pants good weight, at $1 per suit, re duced from $1.50. 200 heavy fine white merino ladies' vests and pants, reduced from 60 to 8740 each. 150 white merino cbildrqn's shirts and drawers, all sizes, at 25e for any size, re duced from 80, 40, 0oc. Per Pair, 200 pair fine cashmere wool ladies' hose reduced from.$ 65 to $ 88J 200 pair fine eashmere wool ladies' hose reduced from. 75 to 50 200 pair fine ladies' black hose reduced from......... 30 to 25 150 pair misses' flne cash mere hoss reduced from... 75 to 40 And many other rare bargains in hosiery, gloves and mittens that we do not have space to mentton. THE CAPITAL CITY MUSIC COMPANY EXCLUSIVE MUSIC HOUSE. Agents for Hallet & Davis and Emerson & Kimball Pianos. Also Kimball Organs. 822 NINTH AV., HELENA. SAPPHIRES FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. 4,000 -Carats Mntana Sapphires-4,000 A rare chance for any person wishing to procure these beautiful gems. On exhibition at the office of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broker, Granite Block. If you wish to stop in a First-Class Hotel go to Mineral Springs Hotel The Largest and Best Hotel in the city. Acceosai ble by electric care to all parts of the city. Rates, $2,00 per Day and upwards, Minerd.l Water and Mineral Baths in Iho Hotel free for the guests of the Hotel. MARCUS bISSNER, Proprietor. Lissner's Mineral Spring Water, It is a cure for the foUlowin¢ di.easos: Dy.; peoia, indigestion, llilionsnaeso. (travel, Ca tarrh of the ntomnclh and oJwels, liles. Kiidney, Bladder. Bour Stomach, aand skit disease. iiuu dreds of testimonials can be seon at Mineral iSpriage Hotel. O),FICE OF DR. M. 1o1.ltAN. t HLr.LNA, MONT, Nov. N, i1"8: MARCUS LIesNE. -ag.-My Dear ir: Since I read the report of an analysis made by Profeasor Thomas Price & Son, ot ,iolr sapring watr, I found that it isnot only a pure drinking waner, but it is o glt at I hrapeutlo value for many dina rases, viz: Blliousnrs. indiieetion, conetli's tion, liver, kidney and bladder diaeases. as also for thosae sufferiog with gavel. lam juetifiad in recommending your eprLtg water tothose euffor ing wit th the laboe mentioned aioa'ee, and by tsing the water for too or throo weeks it will re commend itselt. Very trl_ yoaurs, MS. RIOtKMAN, al. D. READ WHAT TILE UOTAT TEIMPERANCE LECT.!RER HfAS TO SAY. HELENA, MONT., Aug. 20, 1891. My DEAR MR. LiosoelR-It gives ma great pleasure to state briefly the groat honitt 1 have to ietl fromn tho sae of iahe a ,ncr ep.t: water. 1 have been for three yearn aitiioted with kidney trouble, auolng mra intense prai. 1 hara taken mcl anediciiae. rwith bnt lit.e r lioe. I have alued porolu plasters. They ga se me toln pora.y relief. 'h'lo severe ponaa in amy book Net roulainod. I. cummeneu d icthe n of the eprin:; water about five woeke ago and intmnnliatole got relief. 1 fel lo moro pain or aohea. urinato with perfect freedom and have every rusolt, .I believe am entirely cnral Vitlh mny whole weart do I fthank 'on for this water of lite. r unrs irn hlas te FSIANUIS MUISPIIY, Minis Opera House CHRISTMAS : NIGHT ATTRACTION For tho Benefit of tho Working Woman's Home, Mr. Phillip Ray's novel creation, arranged by Garneot Walsh, Esq., Molbourno, Australia, 18885, I. RPRIS ] PARTY \With all the orlginal muicle, hu.torons, pathos and net.llio sioota. T'llokta sl. f'hildrtn hallf prlic. leserved .ant. fIrt ytlC part of the house at Pope VI L -'Uonubr'a on or niCer Duo., M1 -r_- STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS A - Wir'e Ztoisrtip Eto ig Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farir Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumnips. 50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF VEtlll l In order to make room for Winter Goods will close oaut at an advance of 10 per cent. above cost, Call ai br4 ese , HOLIDAY GOOe r We will to-day place on our Special Sale Counters our Stock of H-oliday Goods, consisting of Plush and Leather Covered Albums, Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets, Fanoy Clocks, Smoking Sets., G e Cl Gentlemen's Collar and O.. And Small Toys suitable for the little ones. These goId w ad at less than cost as we are desirious of closing them o t P looking for Holiday presents will do well to avail thsa~fe these bargains. GREENHOOD, BOHM ,&W 4.1DONOGHUE & M'CARTHY. l PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS Sanitary Work a Specialty, - - Jobbing Promptly. AttI I TELEPHONE No. 89. No. 34 PARK AVENUE. HELENA LUMBER COMPAN ------Agents for the Celebratd..--- . GALT COAL, &------- ALSO DEALERS IN-----. ., Rough anl Finishlng Lumnir, Shigles, Laths, Doors, l. 4 ant8 -----TELEPHONYI 16; ---- Ciiq .3Mees Rom S Thompsom Bloor. Hal 5Stre Oppoi OelM OGlr itS Do Not Fail to See Our Novefi - ------=IN = - - = =-= SMOKING JACKET: NECKWEAR, SUSPENDERS, Hosiery, Underwear, Handerchiefs, :: Mufflers, Umbre Traveling Cases, Etc. All Useful Presents for Christn~a; Gold Bik. REED, CRAIC & SMIITH Co FOWLES' CASH STLO Special Sale of Our 75, 05 and $1 Silk Han dker ONLY 50 CENTS. ,, I Lot Tinted Bolting, Sheeting, Pillow and' Stand C4 Regular Price $z.25 and ~.$r,o, ONLY 75 CENTS. 25 Per Cent Discount oL _ Dolls, Toys andt Fancy Articles at Low.pt Fowles' Cas, Tho Leadi-a Millinory, Notion and Fg'