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People Who Will Assist in Receiv ing the A. 0. U. W. Conven tion in June. One Hundred and Sixteen Ladies of Helena Have Been Ap pointed. A YTeng Folks Committee on Entertain ment Also Named-The Jurisdiction Fully Represented. The following committees are announced in connection with the annual convention of the A. O. U. W., which is to meet in Helena on June 14 next. Every lodge of the order in this jurisdiction has represent ation on the committees. The reception committee is composed of well-known A. O. U. W. men who will be on hand to make their visiting brethren welcome to Mon tana. The ladies reception committee is large and a glance at the names of its members is sufficient to indicate that the wives, daughters and sweethearts of the visiting members of the A. O. U. W. will be well taken care of. In addition to this a very capable committee has been named that of the young people who will arrange the entertainments for the visitors. The general programme will be as fol lows: Tuesday, June 14, 10 a. m., grand parade of A. O. U. W., in which all fraternal so cieties and the state militia will be minvited to participate. Tuesday evening, ladies' reception at Ho tel Broadwater. Tuesday evening, young people's ball for minor A. O. U. W. Wednesday morning, excursion to Great Falls. Wednesday evening, memorial exercises by supreme lodge. Thursday, legislative day. Thursday evening, grand social and lit erary entertainment, to conclude with a grand ball. to which all A. O. U. W. will be welcome. Friday forenoon, legislative session. Friday afternoon and Saturday, excur sion to Missoula. Sunday morning the local pulpits will be occupied by visiting clergymen, and Sun day evening there will be a sacred concert at the Broadwater. Monday morning and afternoon will be devoted to business, and in the evening there will be a citizens' banquet and recep tion to the members of the supreme lodge. The day following the adjournment of the supreme lodge there will be an excur sion to Butte, Anaconda and the backbone of the Rockyv mountains. Reception Committee. W. M. Bullard, supreme representative, chairman, Helena; J. Schanlanker, supreme representative, Butte; G. M. W., John W. Eddy, Power block, Helena; G. F., J. S. Hammond, Butte; G. 0., C. H. Clark, Great Falls; G. recorder, Henry C. Yaeger, Gold block, Helena; G. receiver, James Sullivan, Gold block, Helena;G. G., Thomas B3. Graves. East Helena; G. 1. W., A. S. Kellogg, box 172, Helena; G. U. W., Charles Runwald, Elkhorn; G. M. E.. J. W. Gunn, Butte; G. trustees, P. Carney, Fish Creek; Jere bullivan, Benton; J. C. Kerley, Town send. Daniel Hastings, M. W., of Butte lodge No. 1, and the following P. M. W: Clin ton, H. Moo.e, W. H. Ellis, G. B. Sarchet, J. Ross Clark, John Bailey, H. S. Clark, Goerge Pascoe, H. McMarphy, W. A. Ral ston, C. H. Fisk, James Dingevon, L. E. Holmes, L. S. Graney. G. F. Lyman, W. C. Batchelor, George E. Shale, I. S. Miller and David Paul. Richard Lockey, M. W., of Capital lodee No 2, Helena, and the following P, M. W: J. B. Atchison, William Zastrow, W. .M. Mann, J. J. Fallon, William Muth, J. R. Witmer, W.. Myese, J. S. Dunn, Fred Gamner, S. J. Genzberger, M. Morris, T. T. Palmer, Bl. Byrns, S. A. D. Hahln, Henry Pflaune, G. . W. bhaw and R. H. Howey. C. I. Prescott, M. W., of Union lodge No. 3, Missoula, and the following P. AM. W: W. H. 11. Dickinson, F. 1'. Kern, A. Logan, D. Harding, J. L. Sloan, J, D. McCormick, J. B, Catlin. P. Pioere W. H. Alace, C. B. Mahoney, W. A. Mentrum and H. Kohn. C. Wickerehein, M. W., of Alta lodge No. 4, Wickes. and the following P. M. W: E. I. Dean. H. D. 'Taylor, John Fowler, W. J. Heiber. Amos Sah~isve, E. J. Picot, J. P. Finnerty and H. Bartell. W. C. Harmon, H. W., of Bozeman lodge No. 5, and the followmlg P. H. W.: E. M. Gardner, G. W. Highsmith and Peter Kock. J. R. Ervey, M. W., of Townsend lodge No. ., and the following P. M1. W.: A. A. MicKenzie, J. L. lBelcher, T. A. Averill, Job '1 honpson, J. G. Van Voast, C. A. Whip ,le, G. G. Watt, W. C. Whaley, L. D. Beary, J. W. Scharf and 'thos. I)eaun. W. M. Oliver, M. W.. of Dillon lodge No. 7, and the following P. M. W.: Otto Klenmm. C. L. Tlhooraon, A. S. Rife, M. K. Iavidson, C:a ;. hiirschman, 1. Cashmere, O. W. W. l.te. W. C'. C. Snyder, '. i. O'Connor e:,! H. J. Burleigh. L. C. I esnain. M. W.. of Rocky Moun tain lodge No. 8, Elliston, Chas. Messenger, George IDeis, N. A. Becksted. John Newhert, H. W., of Montana lodge No. 9, Fort Benton, and A. B. Keeler, P. M. W. H. S. Potts, hI. W., of National Park lodge No. 10, Livingston, and the following P. M. W.: (.. it. Wells and Gee. T. Young. W\m. Mathews, M. W., of Silver Bow lodge No. 11, Walkerville, and the following 1'. M. W.: G. 5. Holbrook, Chas. W. Han scon, J. J. Carrol, N. E. M. Kenett. Geio. Broughton, J. P. Buckley, O. McNulty and A. D. Schmidt. '1 hos. Cutisell, Jr. M. W,, of Meagher lodge No. 12, White Sulphur Sprinus. and the following I'. M. W.: MAax Waterman, I. T. ltiddleberer. John O'Neil, MI. W., of Mt. Powell lodge No. 13, leve-r Lod::e, and the follow:ng p. M. W'.: A. Smith. J. H. Owings, G. S. Miller, J. E. Van Gandy, J. S. Foster, C. S. Schroeder, las. i-1. Mills, W. M. Aylsworth and 1'. B1:adr. W. A. Francis, W. W., of Castle lodge No. II, and the following 1'. M. \V.: John Mulholland and Jas. V,. C(ory. S. '1'. llamsev, M. W., of Kinsley lodge No. 15. East ilelena, and the following P. M. WV.; Hugh J. Slavism and W. W. John son. A. J. Locker. M. W., of Elkhorn lodge No. 16, and W. C. Riddell, 1'. M. W. Chas. C. Mohanb MA. W., of 't win Bridges lodge No. 17. and the following P. M. W.: J. ]. Comfort, (U. W. Blaekman, G. T. Lewis, T. D. Eldred, P. P. Gould and B. F. Ai orris. G. J. Ringwald, M. W.. of Belt Mountain lodge No. 18, Neohart, and Allen Pierse, P. h. W. A. S. Thornton. H. W., of Silver Creek lodge No. 19, Marysville, and the following 1'. M. W.: J. I). Conrad, 1). B. MeKilligan, C. L. llavha, Thos. Wilkinson, J. H. Wal ton, G. W. King, J. E. Williams, Thos. Farron. M. Lane, John Larson. G. W. Pod berry, J. Brunekill and C. G. Osborne. Allen B. Sweeny M. W. of hIamilton lodge No. 20 and Rt. A. O'Hara, P. M. W. Thos. Walter AM. W. of Sheridan lodge No. 21 and the following P. M. W.: W. )'Brien, N. B. Christianson, J. Y. Baker, C. F. Parmeter and Fred J. Schultz. S. I. D. Beebe M. W. of Anaconda lodge No. 22 and the following P. M. W.: 1. F. Mahan, W. WV. Tl'rney, H. S. Neil. N. H. Morely, T. B. Mallory, J. S. Dougherty. Geo. Ball, J. R. Boarman. W. J. Matthews, F. M. Fox and J. Graham. Geo. Muiseler, Jr. h. W. of Victor lodge No. 23 and John A. Landnun P. H. W. Jos. Zimmerman M. W. of Yellowstone lodge No. 24 Billings. Jos. W. Geary ~. W. of Nevada Crook lodge No. 25, Helmsville and John Fits patrick P. M. W. s 8. T. Bryan, HA. W. of Waterloo lode No. 21, Fslt Creek, and the following 1 M. W.: G. A. Rundell, J. H. Woodside W. B. Bundell B. H. Hunt, A. Anderson - F. F. Tuttle, William Held, W. H. New kirk, Z. K. Foster and M. T. T. Carney. W. S. Duncan. H. W. of 'Madison loda, No. 27, Pony, and the following P. M. W, H. Schmalhansen, 0. W. Jay, A. Mason ant A. D. McKitrick. John Berkin, M. W. of Centennial lodes No. 28, Boulder, and the following #P. M W.: William Deassey, J. F. Shoelev, J. H Miller, George F. Cowan, D. H. Rightenour V. A. Cook, R. M. Cralle and W. Morris. Charles F. Hopkins. H. W. of Chinool lodge No. 29, and F. A. Prosser, P. M. W. D. Harding, M. W. of Alder lodge No. 30 Virginia City, and the following P. M. W. J. B. Caruther, It. T. Cook, S. R. Buford, S W. Reif, James Mitchell, Henry Elling, O, Baker, Thomas Baker and Barclay Jones. Geo. Lambert, M. W. of Sapphire lodge, No. 31. Placer, and J. N. Kelly, P. H. W. C. M. Boardman. M. W. of Great Fall lodge, No. 33, and the following P. M. W., SJ. K. Clark, J. J. Gibbons, H. P. Rolfe, E. V. Redbottom, Chas. Wagner, J. C. John son, A. C. Lux and G. W. Moorhounse. L. J. Fisher, M. W. of Granite lodge No, 34, and the following P. M. W., W. J. Power, Gee. Northy. Robert Boundy, G. E. Morrison and J. J. Stewart. Geo. White, M. W. of Silver State lodge, No. 36, Philipshurg, and the following ing P. M. W~ F. D. Brown, J. G. Evans. C. F. Jackey. Win. Yenter and Thos. Walker. Ladles' Reception Committee. Mrs. J. W. Eddy. president of committee; Mrs. Richard Lookey, vice-president: Mes dames J. W. Kinsley, W. M. Ballard, H. C. Yaeeer, S. Geneberger, C. H. Anderson, Dr. J. B. Atchison, L. C. Anthony. John Bean, Robert Barnes, B. Benson, G. W. Break, A. D. Birkenfield, L. C. Brown, J. H., Bon cher, G. E. Boos . . Byrnes, Massena Bul lard, A. J. Craven, Dr. D. L. Carmiohhel, Ross Carter, Miles Cavanaugh, T. H. Clewell. C. D. Cleaves, P. J. Con nor, D. A. Cory, C. P. Connolly. A. E. Cummings, Joseph Davis. C. A. Don nelly, James S. Dunn, J. J. Fallon, J. J. Pant, J. S. Featherly, N. Fritz, H. Gans, Joseph Gans, Fred Gamer, I. Greenhood, F. C. Gremm, S. C. Gilpatrick, William Harrison, S. A. D. Hahn, W. J. Hartwig, B. E. Harris. George Hermann, B. Hepner, H. D. Hewine, R. H. Howey, John Horsky, O. W. Jackson. C. S. Jackman, J. H. Jurgens, L. E. Kaufman, Adam Klei. Hugh Kirkondall, A. B. Keith. Henry Loble, H. L. Luke, George May, Walter Matheson, D. Marks, Daniel Merritt, George Montgomery, Moses Morris, C. T. Morrell, Win. Muth, Eugene Myers. F. N. McIntire. W. R. Mc Comas, S. N. Nicholson, J. E. Morris, Joe. O'Neill, W. H. Orr, W. C. Pardillian, Jas. Patrick, J. C. Paulsen, Franois Pope, W. G. Preuitt, A. P. Road, H. Richter, V. C. Rinda, J. J. Rohrbaugh, Morris Sands, Charles Staborn, George W. Shaw, A. C. Sandberg. L. Stadler, C. C. Stubbs, F. J. Shaffer, S. W. Spencer, W. H. Smith. W. J. Simonton. M. Silver man. Win. Siptle. H. H. Snow, C. G. Stubbs, W. I. Smith, B. J. Schlessinger, J. C. btubbs. Dr. Win. Treacy, J. W. Thompson, Allen Totten. W. J. Votaw, N. P. Walters, J. W. Wade, G. L. Wales, R. E. Williams, J. I. Witmer. Andrew F. Wade, L. H. Wil son, E. G. Worden, C. F. Woodman, G. O. Yergy. Wm. Zastrow. Young People's Uommlttee. The following young men have been named as a committee on entertainment: Harry H. Yaeger, chairman; Richard Lockey, Jr., Hundley Pruitt. Andrew Fritz, Stephen Murphy. Ben Greenhoad, Solomon Hepner, George Shaw, Milton Gamer, T. B. Kirkendall, Theodore Rinda. William Pope, Charles Silverman, Peroy Witmar. Lonis Israel, X. K. Stout, Earl Geuzberger. Entertainmlents and Ralls. H. C. Yaegor, chairman; F. W. Allen; O. W. Jackson, H. C. Burgess, C. A. Donnelly, Joseph N. Kenck, Gus .Mahrt. Samuel Al exander, H. J. Cassedy, W. C. Pardillon, William Harrison, Ben. E. Harris, Morris Sands. On Parade. Col. H. C. Kessler, Butte, chairman; Capt. Wm. Zastrow, Helena; Capt. Henry Elling, Virginia City; Gen. John L. Sloan, Mls soula; Col. H. L. Luke. Helena; Capt. J. W. Cleary, Helena; Lt. A. C. Sandburg, Hel ena; Cant. H. Schmalhausen, Pony; Joseph Davis, W. R. McComas, Win. Hickey. On D)ecoration. Win. Muth, chairman; John Bean, W. 8. Votaw, J. H. Boacher, J. S. Featherly, Joe. Gans, R. H. Howey. Committee on Printing. Fred Gamer, chairmon; Geo. E. Boos, David Marks, tl. ,i. Thurber, W. Matheson, John Mollitt, W. Meyer.;. Full lineof ladies' and children's hose, best value for thd ieast monoy, lIutoher & Bradley's 10,i Broadway. Fresh spare ribs at the Rialto Cash Market. T'oelephone 10b. The .on llivo oiler; mrre bargains than any house in the city. ('all and teo their secialtieoa. amtnnotl ii. )Davis' Special. INVEISTMENT HTOCKS. 1,500 Iron Mountain, 500 shares each, 85 Crents. 700 Holena & Victor. An excellent in vestment. 10.1 and 325 Bald Butte. Dividend stock, $2.10. 1,000 Gold. Silver, Platinum and Telu riuln (Neihart), 30 cents. U.000 Cumberland (Neillart) 10 cents. '-,000 Cnumberland (Castle), 1,000 each. Good pu chase. 1,(100 Yellowstone (Castle). Good pur chase. 1,000 ]'oorman (Cawur d'Alene), $1. WA NTED. Cumberland and Yellowstone (Castle), at bottom rates. Rooms 2; and 27, Bailey block. ion to the epte(1 Hnale of ladies' muslin under wear at Theleo Ie lin tto-a:orrow. Schaool Mlonls. School district No. 19, Noihart, Meagher county, Montana, offer for sale $5,000 (I ive thousand dollars) school bonds. 'l'he bonds to run ten years. Assessed valuation of pro:,t:rtv in district at last RasessIteelt was $310,787. I. .M. C(-AITr tnus, T. B. (Ierx:O, W. Hi. iAtetasoN, W. D. Gntneat, Cletk. Trustees. 'I'he col},rat rt .Iackoen crseot waitt in Itlack lnd coror, at lltlcl er ,L l&ra.dloy's. tIl- Itroadway. Stralltr,:e I)t yel kuow that u5 Pall an t)tY lchoicoa Iin e fh for l'o per l,undath thu Ilialt ("aeh Mlarket. . New D)eal With an old deck. Messars. Stadler, KauT man & Arnold, long known as successful men inl the moat business, are at present operating the Rialto Cash Market. where fresh poultry, eggs, butter and fresh and cured mrneats catn be purchased at bedrock prices for crash. Bargains in ltdiea' and children's hosiery at Th llsue Ilive. Sea announcement on anutlher Latdies' Auxilliary Society. A regular meeting of the Ladioes' Auxil iary society of Temple Emanu--El will be held in the basement of tie temple on Wednesday, March 2, at 2:30 p. m. Mis. M. MAlout:it, Sec'y. I'It,, SNwedi. h Drallntic Society will give a performance of "Hitteburnett" and a grand ball at Turner hall on Saturday, March 5. Everybody in vited. $10,(t)t, as eight per cent; sums of $l1,e0 to $2,101. 1H. B. PAtrt.u, 10 Edwards Stroot. a- NATIONA14 PARK EXOURBIOS-, Re They Will Ie More luiraero'ns ThislT- M E Than in any PrevioUns easol. -:r n, The Raymond and Whltootmb hIxarrt - agenoy, of Boton, las notified the Nortiteri Poalflo company of eleven peoial exo.ri-ot e to the Yellowstone National park and. '.i º Pacifa coast over that line,' Over h'alf:ti these will require sppoial train service over re the whole length of the line. The Penniil. a vania company has also arranged to rni one Sof their Golden Gate specials from Port . land, Ore., to Chicago via tile Northern - oiflo. The Pennsylvania company will 41tc run personally conducted tours to the Yet lowstone park, which will be limited to 100 0. people. The train will be a special, and will run solid from New York to linnabar, ". at the northern boundary of the park. )* While the Pennsylvania railroad has . been engaged in running excurstons of this kind . to Florida, this is an entirely new departure and something that no other road has yet Is attempted. ', here are now four hotels in the park, heated by steam and lighted by t" electricity. Pnlhing the Great Northern. The Great Northern started to lay track east last Sunday from Sand Point, and the working force is now between four and five miles on its way to Bonner's Ferry. It is " understood that an order has been issued from headquarters that the track must be into the ferry in forty days from the day of stprting. Trainload after trainload of ma terial still continues to arrive over the Northern Pacific for the Great Northern, and it is all unloaded at the mlkterial yard at Sand 2oint, which is to be the head quarters for all the supplies of the road from Spokane to where the tracks will con nect east of Blonner's Ferry. Grading outfits from the work continue to come in and are immediately shipped to Spokane and points further west to work on the Great Northern. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The supreme court will be in session to day. The March term begins to-morrow. Major 'Baird's lecture at the Y. M. C. A. hall to-morrow promises to be well attended. The original Joe Mulhatton is in Helena and tells one of his wonderful stories in another column. The annual election for directors of the First National bank will be held next Mon day at the bank parlors. Andrew F. Burleigh, formerly of Helena, is now the general counsel of the Oregon Improvement company at Seattle. The Ladies' Auxiliary Sewing society will have a meeting to-day at 2:30 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. Kaufman, 402 Dearborn avenue. To-day is the 29th day of February. The extra day is placed in the month in order to make the civil year correspond to the solar year. The Rt. Rev. L. R. Brewer, bishop of Montana, will. make his annual visitation to ht. Luke's parish, Lewistown, on Ash Wednesday, March 2. Hazel Kirke will be produced at Ming's opera house to-nightby the Helena Catho lie Literary and Dramatic society. Miss Belle Klei will be in the cast. A meeting of the board of the Working Women's home is to be held at the resi dence of Mrs. G. C. Swallow, Sixth ave nue and Ewing street, at 10:30 a, m. to-day. Reserve seats for the entertianment at Ming's opera house, to be given Tuesday evening, for the benefit of St. Peter's hos pital can be secured at Pope & O'Connor's this morning. There will be a gospel temperance meet ing to-night at the Murvhy Gospel Temper ance hall on Main street. It will be led by Rlev. Mr. Rollins. There will also be a Scandinavian speaker. Alderman Hartwig says he will not be a caundidate for re-election to the city coun cil, and that the announcement in SUNDAY'S INDe.ENDaNT to the effect that he would run if ur ged by the democracy of his ward is an error. Some of the Helena wheelmen made a run to the Broadwater yesterday via the Boulevard which is in good condition. Four of the riders got bunched in one place and went down in a heap but received no injuries. J. M. Holt, one of the largest cattle owners of Montana, has recently made laree purchases in the San Pedro country in Arizona? He bough 6,000 head of two and three year old cattle which will be shipped to Montana in May. The car from Oregon which was at the Northern Pacific depot some weeks ago with exhibits fionm that state is still on its rounds, having traveled 6;,021 miles since it left Portland. It has been visited by 120,100 visitors in the past three months. Two boys were found sleeping in a shed ,on Jackson street last night by Officer Van Asse. They were taken home. Theyoung ste:s are part of a crowd of boys who run away from their parents frequently and spend the nights in roaming about the city. The Whitlatch Union and McIntyre Gold Mining company has elected H. M. Parehen, president, Nick Kessler, vice-president, W. G. Bailey, treasurer. Geo. E. Boos, secre tary and MichaelCooney. general manager. Work on the property will begin in a short time. Manager Solomon says that the grand Oregon team, champions of the nrorth Pa cific league, desire to come to Montana. An effort will be made to secure their services fqr Helena, and have them represent this city in the proposed six-club circuit of the state. It is the intention of the state board of Worli's fair commissioners of Montana to have Charles M. Itussell, the "cowboy art ist.," produce two larrge oil pairrtings typical of western life, for a place in the Montana exorhibit at Ciricago. Russell will make an effort to outdo all his former efforts in the execution of this commimssion. Three pieces of timber have been selected to represent the state in the Montanabnild ing at the World's fair by Patrick Cunning hamn, of IBonner. The pieces consist of a rine, fir and tamarack. They are twenty live feet lonr, and were cut and taken to Bonner without miarring the barkl:. A brass plate will mark each stick when in posi tion, telling where it came from and who cut it. .\ copy of the High Private, pub!ished at Fort Aseinnihoine, has been received by 'il INliPiErDe:x'r. It is rubrlished semi monthly. Chaulain C. C. HBatemanr is the editorr and 'rivate Marshaill the plublisher. At the htend of the editorial columnr is the motto "For God and Home anid Country."' The liigh Frivrte is a neartly printed paiper andl the "largerst, ,lightest anrd best news paper elublished at the 3arrison." Tihe G(reart Northerrn system now las in olerratron 3,75h milres of railway, including the Mrrtana Cenrtral, the Eastern raiiiwav of Mirnnesota, Duluth & Pacific, Wiluiar & Sioux Falls and several I'uiet soullnd lines. Its Pacific extensiion is being vigr ously pushed to completion, ain is at present in operation to Kalispell, andl, wbon completed to Seattle and I'Portland. will in crease thie Great Northern system's treleage to 4,5 . .). lir, rnt lrnve St: IP'otIer's lOsinital io ntrrggle alori ilr:llrldell in its ellrrtrs tr, carr fuor I lho sick ind destitutri. 'IThere is an optorlnity for ovry one t iarsve a sharr irr its gcr l , ork. Who cannot frld ti for "sweet chnriry's s latke" lIarhieh' li' tIhread. ir-lhrorire. ri It enal clouuli clvoause r tI frrr,, llal . r a i to , ,r , n, h I... ,,. - µ v . n'.iml " C1 L I lie Ilc Ilivce for ?5(. Illuxh of Itone,. Gentlemen would not use "filuslh o1 ltoses" if it wae u paint or powder, of course lnot. It is aA clear ais water, noi sedi went to fill the pores of the skinl. Its mis sion is to heal. clIInIse and purify tfb, cour plexton of every illl'er lotiol, and ieurpi every lualy ind goultle.man a clear, ilaloott complexion. Sold by Miss Julia S. Lawrence, r toom 4, Ienver block, Iltoadwuy, lollurna, MLiont, Price, 75 cOnts. M u rdLert Mur\r1d:er! .lurd eer! A dreadful tragedy is constantly beinf enacted in the ahiuightering of old tint high prices for eveurvthing in the fresh a.n cured meat hine at the Ritalto ('ciah Market, *o,.letiStl Willi lllig to (;ie I)lal r) can hove the 'urner hall at a very lo, price. iu(luiru by 11. Tuna or lHourj THERE CAN BE NO MISTAKE. We think that this season's productions excell all predecessors in loveliness of style, ingenuity of ornament and beauty of shades. Every day develops something new, some thing artistic, so that our most familiar sales men nod approvingly to our buyers. The public will also admire and buy our Crepons, our Cheverans, our Robe Suits, our Scotch Suitings, and the amazing variety of novelties, produced by manufacturing in genuity to gratify every degree of taste and fancy. OUR WINDOWS will show for a few days some desirable and beautiful Dress Goods, but they will only be like a sample lot from our bewildering supply. - - SANDS BROS. PPOPOSALB-SEALED BIDS ARE INVITEI Sfor the care. aupport and maintenance a I the sick. poor and infirm, of Lewis and (Clark county, fontanca per capita, by the week, fo the year uoceain March 1, 1892; bids to is elude and cover the entire cost of feedini clothing and'nnrsing of said sick, poor and .n firm. and all burial expenses thereof. Bids be received until March 1. 192, and to be di Sdressed to the undersigned. By order of the board. J. S. TOOKIER. Clerk. Helena, Montana. Dec. 19. 191 . $500 REWARD J nFor tMe dis S covery of bluee is, r John Mh cPhee Ithe body of Lost in the mountains in Dee I Lodge county, west of Rimini anti south of Elliston. Mr.. McPhee wee about 5 feet 11 inohes ii height and weighed about 8l pounds. He hea blue eyes brown hair, a reddish brown full Lear, trimmed mediuom close, and a rcar on the righ .temple. Was last seen Wednesday afternoor feps. 30, about three miles east of the Ontari mine. lIe had on glasses and wore a dark sui of clothes, dark spring overcoat and dark eprin hat. lie carried a gold hunieg cag e watch iili I his name engraved an the inside cale. Tlhe ahoy reward will be offernd fora period of thirly day from this date only. All rewards previonus offeqed are this lay casseled. Address informs I tion to The Grand Beltublic Mining Co., Itelena Mslontana. THE tiRAND ItRPUBLIC MININ Co. CATHOLIC JNIsH'e r OF AaIERICA. Dated at l ielona. Mont.. this 13th day of Jan, ary, A. D. 1891. The oldest Fruit and Pro-t duce Houso in 'ontthna, Established 188 LINDSAY & CO., • •DEAI. ERS IS.. . Fruit, Produce and Seed: OF ALL KINDS. HELENA, MONTANA. If yso want fresh. Northern grown garden field or grass rcede send for our illustrated cat, alogue, one of the most complete issued in thk Unitsd tCaten We sell at pasiern prices ant thus save you heavy freight and express charges We alse issue a wholesale price-list, which deal era will find it to Itheir advaasagoe to consult ba fore buying olsewlsem'. THE GODESE Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure Complete Sets For Sale at This Office. $ 10 PER SET. J. L:. S_ TITTIT, Freight and Transfer Linv IJE:LI:NA, MONTANA. All kiids of mnerchaudise and other freiglhts lelllding ores. promt.ly transferred from tlh depot. Orders will receive urompt attention Oi* at J. Feldbocg's Store and at the depo . H. B PL MBR, HELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN Inrf estmern t Securities. Money to boan On improved Property and Ranches. Will purchaseCounty, School and Municipal bonds and warrants, commercial paper and mortgage notes. No. 10 Edwards St., Merchants National Bank Buildang. Correspondence Soellited. T .dindsor HBouse. I11, 418, 415 AND 417, LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA European and American plan. Excellent board and good accommodations Pleasant rooms and steam heat. Modern conveniences. RATES: 81.25 TO $2 PER DAY. A. P. GINCHEREAU. P'oanriet-, GRANDON CAFE. CORNER SIXTH AVENUE AND WARREN. Is Generally Renovated and Under New Mana emellt $6 PER WEEK. TERMS: TICKETS, 21 MEALS, $7. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS. MRS. M. G. WARMKESSEL, Proprietress. CHICAGO IRON WORKS Gail, Bumiller & Unzieker ---= -BUILDERS OF - General Milling and Mining Machinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Iloisting and Pumping works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buckets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels, Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing Engines and Tramways. S'OLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PIYIPS Western Representative, Office and Works, MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave. and Willow St., No. 4 N. Main St., Helena. CHICAGO, ILL. STOCKIHOLDERS' MEETING- MEEaTINGa.B.aC.zi'. "I .-IeLe r. of the stockholders of the First Natli;na bank of Helena, Mont., will be hold at the oalice lanufaoturer offoats, Robbs and Mats. of said bank on Monday, March 7, A. . le ý. Also T'anner of all kinds of Hides and Fatr. for the purpose of electing directors for said Repairing and Cleaning o Fur Goods. bank for the ensuing ar. KNiiIiT Cashier. 318 North Main ltreot, - Ilellna. Montana. T. E. =zz l..S , ORESS CUTTING INSTITUTE, Ladies if you want to lonearn how to eat Nurseryman and athe nseams. or rofittlng, rall atud invostigmttt only LADIES' 'I'Alldtlt SYB'IEM not u ;hart. Perms Landscape Gardener moderate. atisuramtion guarantnled. Rooms 7 and 8, Diamond Block, Botel Park Norsery, Helena. Mont Corner biath street and Park avenue.