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I am deteaiinied to qui business and desie to announce to the public that I mean business and that this is a BONA FIDE CLOSING OUT SALE. TI.EH STOOD£~ OF Dry Goos, Laai' oaks, Caves, Jackets, CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, I - - -WILL - Positively Be Sold. at Less Than Cost ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOLICITED AND PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN. H. BARNETT, 18 SOUTH MAIN STREET. -TFoot of Broadway, Opposite Parchen's Drug' Store i, aa is a - -.,~ wa - , I-- --s - LAFCAD10 HEARN. Something About His Family and His Own Personality. Mr. Heern's family history is romantic, says the Providence Journal. He is the son of an Irish father and a Greek mother, the former a surgeon in the English army, having married a beautiful maiden of one of the Ionian isles where he chanced to be stationed. Itwas not without a struggle that the gallant young Irishmen won his bride, for a jealous rival attacked him one night, so that for days Dr. Hearn hung between life and death. Two sons were born to the couole, Lafondio being the younger. When still a child he was sent to relatives in Wales, and was educated with a view to entering the Catholic priesthood, but when nearing manhood he realized that the church was not his vocation. In a spirit of adventure he left home and come to this country, experiencing at first "the chance and change of a roving life." From the east, where his oc cupation had been proof-reading, he drifted to Cincinnati, and there as a reporter took his first steps in journalism. Finding, after a stay of some duration that the climate was too severe for his health, he went to New Orleans and engaged in newspaper work there. Becoming greatly interested in Creole life and customs he issued a book, "Gombo Zhebee," a compilation of quaint sayings and proverbs in the different Creole patois. He contributed translations from the French to the New Orleans Democrat be fore it was merged with the Times, and continued this work after the consolida tion of the two papers into the Times Democrat, when he became a member of the editorial staff. He was the first one on this side of the waters to render Pierre Loti's works into English. He is, in fact, wonderfully gifted as a linguist, the acqui sition of a foreign tongue being child's play to him. In person Mr. Hearn is short, even a lit tle below medium height, but strongly built, his chest and shoulders being power fully developed. Perhaps the latter fact may be partly due to his passion for swim ming. He is a bold and tireless swimmer, and would often spend hours at a time in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico encircling Grand Isle without fear of sharks or other sona monsters. He is a true child of the south and revels in sunlight. He has the use of but one eye, this disability being the result of an accident while playing ball in his childhood, and the other is exceedingly myopic, so that in reading he has to hold the page almost against it. He is dark. with a clear-out, handsome profile, and al together his is a face not easily forgotten. In dress he is rather unconventional, his favorite headgear being a sombrero of soft felt. Mr. Hearn is now about forty years old. He has a quick apprehension of the humor one side of everyday things, and it is a treat to hear him tell some odd story in his pe ouliarly low and gentle voice. It is scarcely necessary to say that he is an ardent biblio phile. His becoming a Japanese by adop tion Is regarded by his friends as a singular freak. She Danced With Grant. Mrs. Phillippine Overstolz. of St. Louis, is said to be the only young lady President Grant danced with during his occupancy of the White house. She was his partner in the dance when he visited the Mound City after his inauguration. Another interest ing fact in the life of Mrs. Overstola Is that she once came near buying for $5,000 aer tain salmon fisheries in Oregon that were sold a few years later for $1,000,000. She is a lady of considerable wealth and com petent, if fortune became adverse to her, to practice medicine, for she is a graduate of a western medical college.-Exchange. Electrle BHitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine doss not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kid neys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum sad other affections caused ba impure blood, will drive malaria from the system sad prevent as well as asure all malarirl, fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters. En tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money re funded. Price, 50 cents and $1 per bottle at R. b. Hale & Co's. drug store. Are You Suffering From back ache. inflammation of the blad der, driek dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or wrinary organs? If thus afflicted do not lose time and waste money on worth less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the scat of the disease at once by using the greatestof all known remedies, the cel ebrated Oregon Kidaey Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction every time. Dyspepsia. That nightmare of man's existence which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes. readily yields to the po tent influence of the celebrated English Dandolion Tonic. It tones up the digestive organs, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole system. 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SAIeaoX for Dr, LISbly.' jiiy stkn r at Uoom SA, U40 Wryndwkr.Matta. *CHICAGO IRON WORKS GAIL, BUMILLER & UNZICKER = -B-ul3.ders o± G-e reral- - MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY 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 HELENA LUMBER COMPANY Aget Agents for the Celebrated------ GALT COAL. ALSO DEALERS IN- Rough and Finishing Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Ioln1,iis. TELEPHONE 16.- (Gij w)1eea B.om I. Thompson Bloolt. Mai street, Oppoalte Grand Ceanral Het.t OTICIl, TO STOCI0OLDERS OF TIHE t'necado Land Company. The board of truotees of the Cascado Land company having hertotuforo made and published calls for payment or installments on the unpaid lubseription to the capital stock of said com Dp:ny no hereunder set forth, to wit.: l) roentsIer share called Aprisll, 1893, payable May 22, 1083. 0 renlt per share called Juno 21, 1890, payable July 28. 183. 10 cents per share called Aug. 13, 1800, payable Sept. 15, 18183 1i0 cnts per share called Oct. 8, 1890. payable Nov, 1o. 1880. 20 cents per share called Nov. 28, 1800, payable Dec. 2I8, 1890. u0 cents per share called Feb. 11, 1891, payable March 17, 1891. 10 cents per share called April 7, 1891, payable May 10, 1891. 10 cents per share called July 8, 1891, payable Aug. 10. 1891. 20 caunts or share called Sept. 9, 1891, payable Oct. 10. 1H1. Ill cents per share called Oct, 28, 1891, payable Nov. 10, 1111. at) cents per share called Dec. 1, 1891, payable Jan, 10, lb0. 170 cents in aggregate. You are hereby notitlod that payment of Ihe saId installmnt s I demanded to beM made to II. Brown secretary of the saId company, romU 1. 'oworn'bolning. In the city of loeaaen, Mlontana, on or before the Ord nay of lFebruary. 188., to apply upon thle unlaid subeeriptlon tl the aspi tal stoek of said company. Auy and all stock of said compl y upon which said Inetallmnonte or aee part thereof shall re main unpald slty daycs after sob. e, 1812, will be forfeit and so declare.l ccortlng to law In ouch cases made and provided. Seorq.ry of the (C'eede Laud tompanr. Blloa, otnts sa, )8o. Il. 18.I. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIM ber upon public ltuda. In aecordance with tho p:oyioVýlo of sevction 8 of the act of coagr0oc, paeee.t MarIOh i, lrtf, and to rultee aind rogilations isealI tihrrettr.xier by the h(ncra&l erirelary of tlre interior arld the honorable commissioner of the grnorarti laud cI ties May i. bhO9, J. lhnrry lonKgiai,\ whoso piostoflee arddrees in Iiauntret t'tl. i-earorhoad county. itontana, h'reby gives noteio that at the oexpiration of twOnuty-onle davt from the fire; pab.iottion of thil notice. he wilt make applirea ton in writing to tie hotioreLln toeretery of the interiaor for anti ornly to rot and relocw all the .-Icehantnbie saw logs pine and fir timber. on the tfollowilg deerlbeA nasurveyed public lande, to-wit: ('ommenelng at a point where ouffnlo creek, a loft hand fork ul rnaoeloptpor creek, enters into a canton in what. I: knownr lootly an thRe N etl lds ranlg and dietl.nt Irolmt the town of Ian ark, tIt lne1e.VRt aid CoUIIInt, Aoutallna, sLout ton milee in at nouttwesterly dicot iou; crxtending thenoe up the satd hutiaio Drink arid rparallel to Its cooure for a ditattnru of twit tilo more or tiesoandt for half a mil ron tih ri.ht or ealtorly bank, and a mile our the west:,rly or left lank of said eresek, being a parlt of gronrlc about two miles io length andta nmile ud a half in widtll, contalinlug abot tr, tilrirratid acres. The eatimated amnro.nt of each kind of timber is about 600.000 feet of tc and 2O0,00 feet of pine, Innie or lees, T'rhe charlter of clo land upon wldlch said timber is growing is gravrlly andi mountalinous. except a small stripi, whirt in awanipy and wet. 'the timber therei n Ia rough and .crubby, t e greiter prlttln of it being hr. The ptrpotae for whichhc the Ohnber ts to hbe out Is for the erectioI of workm.n's tlwellingus. swrehneesl reducntion works. undergrountt work and aull mholnot inurpla for the ulereloprtont of Sthe Q.lulipl rf mlnxin u prtpertie,.. Jl j'C N X LOXOQMALD. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Clarke, Conrad & Curtin, THE LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. We offer a very complete line of all kinds of SHeating and CookinStoves. For either Wood or Coal, and at prices that will astonish everybody. COME AND SEE US. UN ----AGENOY FOR-- G)lden Sunshll:ne Steel Ranges, .G ra Line of Heater; and Cook0 S _, Spolior Stoves and Ranges 42 AND 44 S. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 90. SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA......... THE SEA BEACH HOTEL I. the NEWEST. LARGEBT. MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL In Santa Crsa Situated in the midst of commodious grounds, the house directly overlooks the broad and curving beach and the hby of Monterey, wher, is found the finest winter and summer sort bathing in the world. From the wide verandas the most magniticent and varied marinu and mountain views in (aliforn a are ssen on all sides. Ie" many rarms ar halndsomely furnished and sannoy while plenty of bath-rooms , lire-lpaces, setem-lheaters, electric lights and bells, ass hot and oid water, are necessary comforts whi wi be appreciatel by all. A Large Dinirig.iEom, Excellent Table and the Best of Service Throughout the House are Specialties, STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. The leerh Station of the broad gauge road is just below the house and carringoaawait trains at all depots. A descriptive sotvenir booklet of the Hotel anud surrounding country mailed free of oharge an aplltuatioa. For full particulars and termo apply to JOHIN T. SULLIVAN. Proprietor. A ,E92REN'r NOTICE--OFFICi OF CA8. .A..t Laud Company, room 1, it'ower boUd .otlreo Is hereby given that at a togular uontlhly meeting of the truptees of the C('aucade Land to., hold on the 10th day of Decemober, etll. an aaecsementt of twenty (20) ceouts per lsharp was levied upon the capital stook of said ('atesade Laud compan, p.ayable on the 10tlh day of January. 189'. to B1. lrown. secretary of acid conn any, at ohe coumlauy.. otwcr roon 1, Power buildin, lgi the city or Helouha, M ontana. Any stook upon which Lauseossmnent stall remain unlpaid on the 10th day of Febrtuary. 18092. all be deemed dollqutrut and shall be dully adver tiled for eale at ciblOie auction. and unlen pay ment shall be made before, will be aodt on the 10th day of March, 18112, to pay delinquent'as eesnamnt. together with cuosts of advertisieg and eapnene of sale. B. BROWN, Secretary. Dated Dec. 10, 1891. lelena Mont. c.TOWKHOLDE RH MEETING-THFF 1dE0U ºý far annual meatuln of the stockholdersa n,, the Mottual National Ibank wilt be held at their bon.in houe nt Heiena. Mont~, aon Toes. iLray. Jan. I. bo wun the ho xrl o. l a m anl; p.m. IOIV. L. , UIta.O1L. c ,ehlet. PHated Doe. lti 11W1. C. Be IllKICliR, SFcond Floor Herald Bnlllx, BLANK BOOKS .7.To Order.:. sot UI AThT 2U&IID am ..& fhN SToc~KI(OT4)11H NMETI40 lar "nuaa+ fa lt th. .U a E s",,a - lb i yn orthn l d a tnr lothe · Y a wtibi