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MONTANA STATE FAIR.
The Racing Programme for the Summer Meeting Adopted by the Directors. Marous Daly's Horses Once More Appear on the Montana Clrouit. The Entries for the Nursery and Juvenile Stakes, Derby, Pieneer and Last Chance Handlcap. The directors of the Montana State fair met yesterday, A. J. Davidson, president. and Francis Pope secretary, and adopted the following race programme for the Hel ena meeting: FIRST DAY-SATUDDAY, AUG. 13. Runnning-$.00. lTwo furlongs. Blunning-$300, handicap. Six furlongs. lonnning-$250. Four furlongs. Trotting-$1,000. 2:29 class. SECOND DAY-MONDAY,' AUG. 15. Trotting-The Nursery stakes, for two year-olds bred and raised in Montana: $50 each. $250 added; two in three; closed March 1, with twenty nominations: Marcus Daly. liversido. Mont., b. o. Baritone by lord ]3Byron. dam .l:,el;: b. g. loputy's Firt hy Deputy, rlam .,lly \Vi.tkes; n. f. Nightingale ,.y, oncaster, dai jenny rerdn. Willow Run Stock Farm. )Doer Lodge, b. g. Frltl hy Ilauchero. dam itlit by Malxim; b. f. iontalu:t lHato by Ranchro, dntn 1ato layes by Messellnger Duroc. lKnight & bhoan, Helena, Mont. gr. f. Topsoy by lack I'ilo.t, danl Mollie by Hlerod. ihtlooey A. u'lr, 'ouston, ,b. f. Pnauline by Maxim, d tam yrminie by Kentucky Volunteer. W. II. litatyotnd. Pullers Springs, Mont., b, c. Nimb··r by Doncaet r, dam .Hallien. Moierrt . teA \V illianms. Butte. b. f. Nantura by 1)0ncatatr. dean termianthutd by Temupeast gr. f. Ni unmre by IDoncaster. d(an lola by Temprest. It. Kirk.ndall, llelena, br. o. Eagle Wilkes by Moluntana Wilkes. dam Mary Itagle by American ( lay; ch. g. olha \Yilkesr by Montana Wilkes, dam, tam of lIlla. TV. H. lilninshlmidt, iHelena, b, e. Wilkdon by Montana Wilkes, daum Lady DIon by Don A.: br. c. Erwin by Montana Wilkes, tldam Addie by Al wooeed. W. S. Spaulding. Helen, b. f. Venus by Ken tucky Volunteer, dam Ornament by Main. Dia lound. m im. Sims. eloena. b. f. Nettle C. by a son of Lemont, dam b)y Maxim. DIavi. t'hurchill, Great Falls, b. c. ('att Bank by ted O(ak, dam Chicat.o Haidl; D. C. Speedway by Rid Oak. dam Village 13elle. Collett & Williard, (treat Falls. b. e. Suffolk by Ben Lomond, Jr., dam Marie by Long 1. tatcnuen. Wtm. Williants, Great Falls, c. f. Primrose by Ben Lomnond. Jr.. dam r Beas by Sun Dance. liunning-$400, handicap. One mile. Running-Tthe Derby stakes, for three year-olds (,oals of 1889) of $50 eaob, $500 added. Winner of any race this season of the value of $500 to carry five pounds extra, of two such races seven pounds, maidens allowed ten pounds. One mile and a half. Closetl March 1 witl eight nominations: Marcus Daly. Riverside. b. c. Riverside by A artn, dtam Quersty; cl . g. Jerquer by Joe latiele,. d:tm Gtili:t; U. f. Liotsry oy Sir Mod red, dlan Lulu. ryatn iros., Miloe Clty, cl. c. At Watts by Pan taloon, da;n (l1 tnce. W. tU. l'relitt, lielena. b. g. Assiniboine by eted Boy. dam Austraouid. 'Wm. lThomlsonl , Leno, Nevada. ch. g. Rand wick by l). ilariner, damtt Catalin.s. L.;. 5.Leritt, Hilolna, b. c. \\nite Stockings by !ed Joy, danr S allio Socks. Trotting--$500. 3:00 class. To close Aug. .10. THIRD DAY--TUESDAY, AUG. 16. Trotting-The Juvenile stakes. A stake for three-year-olds bred and raised In Mon tana; $50 each, $250 added; two in three. Closed March 1 with ten nominations: Willow Run Stock Farm, Deer lIodge,r. g. Orphan Dick by Reliance, dam Mamio Groy by tilot, Duroc. Samuel tIHandley. Deer Lodge, blk. c. Bud L, by I)on L., dam Johannaby Maxim. Huntley & Clarke, Toston, b f. Novice by Bisholp. dam Cicada by t leremont. M. A. Witm r, Helena, b. c. hillbury by Mon tana Wilkes. dam Celestine by D)algamo. WV. It. laymond, Pullers Springs, b. c. Meteor by Co('an. lIelmont. dam Elois. Morahouse & Williams. Butte, b. f. Magenta by 'empest, dam Indian Queen by Comt. tel mont. I. H. Hanson, Missoula. b. g. Chris Feereson by Delptmty, dam Virginia Wilkes by Denver Wilkes. G. ('. Higgins, Missoula, b. g. Moreland by Tempest, daum Rosebud by Eden Gollddast. Marcus Daly's b. g. John Mackay by Senator. datm Mlandine; b. g. Dan O'Connell by Deputy. danm ixen Running-The Pioneer stakes, for two year-olds (foals of 1690) of $50 each, $500 added. Winner of a race of the value of $500 to carry five pounds extra, of two such races seven nountlda. maidens allowed ten pounds. Six furlongs. Closed March 1 with fifteen nominations. Win. Ihtemre on, Ileno, Nev., ch. e. 1. P. A. by (Corrigan, dam Mother Hubbard: ch. c. iMar tane;to by Imp. Marierr dam u \larin; h. f. Cen ieneda by Ilmp. Mariner. darn Catalina. 1. IW. tarkry. Lockefrd. ('al., ch. f. Miss Nelson by 'lhure I oers, dan Bonita Lie' oh. c. Don 'Zales ify e.lo Hooker. dam Annie i helan. arcus D aly, RiverHede, b. f. thrysallis by HI.lalge. lain Buttriely; b f. Belle of Butte b Sir Modred, dam La ln aeorita: b. f. Little Doer cit by oiU Ilanll. dc: Louiise-; b. f. Fairview by '['om uwlinua, dam hermine; ch. g. Fagin by Sir Mode od. dacm ic hin ea. Ryatdn lio., r.iles City, b. g. Spoon by Story, dam liss MBngo. \V. ,, l'reluie, Hielena, Mont., h. f. .Clara Porter by lied 1I oy, l cane Yogo. J. M. tlake. Ilelena. ch. f. Jessie by Don Car lo-. damn Juno. 1leech liirkendall, HIelena, gr. f. Dott by Glen Eln, danm Jevrell. illevino\ &lrcluonald. Great Falls. oh. L Fan nio 1t. by tilcn Elm, darn Lucy c laies. Running--$5l0. Selling race. Winner to be sold it auction, and any excess over entered price to be divided equally between the asociatiou and the second horse; horses entered at $2,000 to carry entitled weight: allowances, one pound for each $to downua to $1.000, then two pounds for each $100 less. LOne mile. 'l' otting--.l.000; 2:24 cla o. IOrn-'Iri oAY-WEDNESDAY, AUo. 17. tinnning-- $2110. Three furlongs. i-unninitg-$40, handicap. Five furlongs, two iin three. Hunnintr. The L eat Chance handicar; for all n.gou; $10 each, $100 added: $10 to accompiany the nominatiotnn.$40 additional to "tart; weights to alepear two days before the i ace: etac tors to be named in thul usual neanner through the entry box the evening nrecedinrt the race. One mile and a ouar ter. Closed iMach 1 with eleven nootmna ttoltH. Wroin, 'l hm: rr,0l lI0n. Nor.. c. K. Tom Stacey a, h,; L.isb11 d tl:lll Elm-ilia i i.c IIto: IuT. 1g. I'klke t. by L,,lr,-id Ilte - ,-;,cit, . l 'ier. ch . Ie tlandw ek it, erd. plltri eti. Iaele (Iitalina; 1u . f. lIyretie tu-h liitk,rn lall. i|,-I,.ne , eli. h. X, a, icy lle ent-, ulace n ei-- lIdbent1ec: chl. rt. iNevaca ae, Iy Itte-nt, dali Pl 1.la e:ya0 tro. Icr -n (tity, lI oseitary biy ,ncife-r. I1. I). Ltucere, .lco.nia, tle. Ic. Malcolrm 1, by lagent. dteee I ac 1,e , lz. ' e gI Al er, c-.c".a. l. , l)iavola a, by tjhetun',n ,twle o)unsi, 0 \\i ess. Sv, \\' r u . c 'reeile , l ,l,,:: ,, - .- . hssiibiu °,. by trlo BUy, ae .1n lc Ii , i. W I). I ,. I'tc i chll, . h. Jone lloge , by Jole Io ker. le: Vieila i. cl'rittlig- ,.tI). 2:11 class. 'it close August 10. F1lV"I" DAY--I lUDcI)AY, AUUIcp.' 18. 1unnn t---r-,lI, handicap for two-year olde. rour fu longs. 1Iunning-- ..0. handicap. Six furlongs. tRutning-- 5O, handiciap. (no and one half nmiles. Irotting-r$l,100. 2:20 class. SIXTIe ItAY--FI DAY.y, tAUiUST Il. ornnwineg--$r0. Sellirng race. Winner to ble old at auction, and cny ixcess over entered pIrice to be divided iluailly etoween the association and secolr d Lbrie; weift:Iit, lit Ipoundcs abov tile scale; horrases entered at :!,1011( to carry entitled weight; allowat iee, one pound flr each $100 down to $1,eO0, thein two pourntis for each $100 less. Seveu ]lunntilr ---,O000.O handicap. One mile; iwo ill three. Spcieal. trot or pace--$i00. T'o be an nounced later. 'J'o close Aug. 10. i:rri'-iti DJAY-SATURDAY, AUG. 20. itnunniRg--.id:$i. Special. Tlrotting--l1,1l)), Free-for-all class. ltunnintr-e 2.i, hranidicap. Five furlongs, for aon-winners; entranoe free. Infants' clorks, carps and Iresses are selling at bedrock prices at The Biee Hive. FASHIO.NS FORl GRENTILEMEI. Helena Men Can Secure the Latest Botlh In Style and Goods, Not only in financial matters, educational affairs and railroad facilities, does Helena lead in this section of the northwest but in the variety and elegance of the stocks car ried by the merchants of the city. This is particuonlarly the case in the matter of wear ing 'apparel for gentlemen, There are stocks in this line in Helena equal to any thing in St. Paul or Chicago, and the men who bring them here are as fully alive to the latest styles and fabrics as their eastern competitors. This is particularly true of Helena's merchant tailors. It any one doubts it; a visit to the establishment of Messrs. Schermoerhorn & West, on the cor ner of Grand and Jackson streets, will con vince the most skeptical. T'his firm was es tablished in Helena about five year ago, both the proprietors being practical merchant tailors. They are direct import ers, and carry not only the finest imported goods in the state, bnt the designs can not be duplicated in Montana. Their aim is not to ee how cheap they can turn out goods, but how good, and at the same time keep their prices reasonable. They em ploy none but the best workmen, and only the best trimmings, guarantee every gar ment they make to give perfect eatisfeO tion, and, as a result, they now enjoy the best patronage in their line in this city. For the past year their business has shown a great increase, February, 1892, largely ex ceeding the same month in 1891. For spring and summer wear they are now showing a large variety of fine goods. 'Therre nobby patterns for the young man of fashion, and quieter ones for the settle business man, but all of the best quality, whether imported or domestic. Those who desire good clothes, well titting and fashionably made, cannot do better than to patronize Sohermerhorn & West, You can got everything in notions for less money at Butcher & Bradley's than anywhere else in town. Plush goods at, greatly reduced prices at Wm. Weinstein & Co. Baby carriages at The e le Iive. Largest as sortlment in the state. See ad. PERSONAL. A. J. Clayton, of Boulder, is in the city. Fred Brooks, of Livingston, is in the city. Geo. F. Cowan, of Boulder, is visiting the capital. Judge Sanders went to Boulder yesterday with his family. Marshal Sims was in Great Fal4s yester day on business. Court Sheriff and family are stopping at the Grand Central. J. llasinski, the Miles City merchant, is visiting the capital. Mrs. Clyde Tooker is in from Boulder visiting Helena friends. W. H. H. Dickinson, of Missoula, is spending a few days in Helena. W. E. Chamberlin and wife, of Great Falls, are registered at The Helena. County Commissioner W. M. Mueller, of Meagher county, is stopping at TheHelena. James Mauldin. the Beaverhead horse grower, is registered at The Grand Central. Peter Ronan, agent of the Flatheads, is in the city, on his way to the Boulder hot springs. Simon Hartman, representing the well known wholesale liquor firm of Dallemand & Co., Chicago, is in the city on one of his semi-annual visit;. Richard Hoback returned yesterday from an extended trip to Mexico and California. He left Miss tHoback at San F;ancisco, where she will remain for some time. 'The departures over the Northern Pacific yesterday were M. D. Chambers, for Min neapelis; F. H. Foster, for Chicago. and Mrs. M . M. Gebaneor, for Cleveland, Ohio. Among the departures over the Great Northern yesterday were S. E. Word, for Indianaoolis; H. A. Payne, for Hot Springs, Ark., M. A. Kuntz, for Kansas City: H. C. Cadwell, for Minneapolis, and J. Felisse, for Italy. Capt. Emma Starr and Lieut. Mary Nor wood, Helena Salvation army lasses, will bid farewell to Helena March 16 to go to another station. By their faithfulness to the army here they have won the respect of the community, and the best wishes of their Helena army friends go with them in their new field of labor. Arrivals at Thdl ielen%. F. E. Irish, Bismarck. C. A. Hanover. New Simon iltartman, (tAi- York. cage. II. G. Kuhlman, Mlil I. I. iJerson, Philalel- waukeo. plia. Sam Trenary, Bis H. Summers, city. marck, G. C. Gates, city. W. M. Mauglan. city H.. 11 l.ower, New ). C. Dailey, Minneoap York. oels. H. Ws. Barry, New L. E. Eddy. Lonisville. York. J. U. Sanders, city, J. Ir. Tibbitts, Mine- Peter deims, St. Paul apolie. W. E: Chamberlain . A. ( rtangle. St. PaNi. and wife. Great Falls. W. M. Mueller. Nei- J. hasiaski, Miles ('ity. hart. Fred Brooks. Living L. i. Smith, city. ston, J. . tGoldsmith, St. Chms. Howell, Bis Paul. marck. P. C. Stebbins. city. C. 1B. Garrett, Great M. Warren and wife, Falls. Sau Franelisc . Carl Schmidt. New M. Howard. ( hicaao. York. James (lourly, city S. II. Mclntire, city. F. Kyle. Iozoman. Peter Ronan, Flathead Mrs. 1i. Allen, Boston. Agency. Arrivals at the Grand Central. Jo n Murphy, Nevada Georgo Talligan, Great Crak. Falls. W. A. 'ole. Chicago. . G. \. i. Smith, city. M. Malkern. city. W. E SatDich, city. A. .lr.Claytoni, ioldr. Jactl. Mauldin, Dillon. Court Shlcerif, ( anyon irsi. h. Sheriff and ( . crry. . childrene Canyon B. j. hintey. Corhici. larry. iort Fart, it. I olea. 1V. II. Ft. Dickinson, J. It. Whtitmire, !loss- Mi.soula. borg. Lewis Schonen, San J. S. rtnvenson. city. F'ranciRco. Jlames H. Smith, East L. t1. Sinclair, East Helena.. Hlelens. 0. }l. Gehert, East Mrs, 'TIomas, P. P. Helena. \'Valloy. Mis l 'iomas, 1'. P . P. Alhugan, Minneap V'alley. oshe. Geeo. . Cowan, Ioal- II. M. Jamieson, Chi dcr. cago. P. J. eolly, Oglens- Al. Sloaton, Philips h'rg..1 ,l. berg. if. Ii. Mais hlcim, city. A. A. tollins, Carthage, Samuoal aoieO. BIlette. N. Y. W. lanni:k, Marys- Mrs W. Fannick,Marys ville. villh. J. M. Mlurray. Bedlford. il.)c.-r, .1 I flt÷,.h... Di- F. lledges, bpo- W. 1,. Vi nwe city. kat. , Nate V\:estnal, liiinl. The New IlMrchlants, Operated by the M1erchauts Hotel com pany, now bhga to announce that its rooms are open for the reception of guesta. Itooma will be offered to transient guests at I $l.,' per day (parlor floor), $1 per day (third floor), 75 centa per day ( foue th floor I. Extra for more than one oecuoaeut. Itootn8 to permanent, gueete at lees rates. All modernt improvements; steam h eat, electric light, return electli call hell systerm, and suenshine in every guest chamber. Bruseals and velvet carpets uar,nl .xolnsively throughout the house. Oflice, elegant bar and billiard room, cigar stand and palatial barber shop on first flour. 0 ROOM ItFOPENIl,. 'I'hy dinieo roan in thi-r hotel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Mheaso Nahle, who are lprteared to fe - nis board at $8 for tickets igood lor twenty one meals, $7 for twenty-one, continaous meals, t0 centse for sin.le mee als. .I.nt r.eciv-ced--A enrlnul If fresh .n.a clean grass ae.al. II. t1. aarchen n Clt o. can ath,'r yo,, tII- h, lit goods- in thle iark- ait cley law liclocon. Fiat hatl At a bargain. Iloausehold furniture of all . kinds, good as new. 5?l2 Pt'ark avenue. C(. 1 , \ ,t'rn s +se. ''ii,, v-o TihI,,d Ih,, iv, ,hr I ia i - tI l at ,hi "' . 'rtI c ihamblll, er i-ot, li pieom, .:i, with j-.: 5, S Irllviduntl Piatterns t of foreign andd domestic suitinuse have just been recelved by JOHNSON. *PRiNUG 11 S COME. An Unfalllna Mtnt That Winter las ?ansesd and Gone. Every seotion and almost every individ nal has a sign indicating the passing'of one season and the beginning of the next. Down in Delaware, when they cominence to whitewash the fences, you may know that gentle spring has gotten there. In illinois they date it from the time bananas are sold at 10 cents a dozen. In Minnesota they say spring begins the day after the muncll pal elections. But in Montana it is dated from.the time the first glass of ioda Water is drawn from the fountain. Sometimes this is in April, and sometimes as late as May 10. But this year it falls on March 12, yesterday, because that was the day that Bam Herz, proprietor of the Motor Waiting Room store, drew the first glass of soda water in the state of Montana in. the year 1892. ham believes he is going to do a big business in the soda water line this year, and he has made arrangementsaccordingly. Passengers for the Broadwaser, or any where on the west side, should wait for the cars at Mr. Herz's, and while away the time by testing the soda water on sale. He says it is a better cure for the liquor habit than the Keeley cure, is not near so expen sive, while a person can take it and not neglect their business. Mliss Kingsley is now home from the east and will be ready Tuesday, March 4, to show tne ladies the finest stock of millinery in the north west. the deals entirely with the importers in New York, consequently can give correct styles and prices, at thre Diamond block, corner l'ark sand bixthir avenue. Interior Decorations. We take pleasure in announcing to the publio that we have made and are making large additions to our busmness and altera tions in our'store. We now feel that our store is strictly first class in every respect and the equal in point of stock and work manship to any in the west. We have added to our already large corps of artists Mr. H. Masten Batchelder, formerly in charge of the designing and frescoing de partment of Bradstreet, Thurber & Co., of Minneapolis, and are now better prepared than ever to undertake the decorating of churches, public buildings and private residences. We also do wall tinting. grain tng and interior painting in all its branches. Our stock of wall paper is now complete and embraces many new and beautiful effects in pressed papers, tapestries, ve lones, imitation leather and ingrains in full combinations. With our increased canacity we of necessity require an increase. of pat ronage and take the liberty of calling your attention to the above facts in the hope that you may become one of our patrons in the near future. O. J. HoIeeis, 32 North Main street. Now is the time to select your summer vehicles. You can secure any style or quality at T. C. Power & Co. at eastern prices. Give them a call. Bny crockery where you can find the largest stoek and the lowest prices. Wm. Weinstein & Co. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. A sheep herder named Wagner, while in toxicated yesterday, was robbed of a watch and chain. The motor waiting rooms in the Power block have not been discontinued, and all wvest-bound cars stop there. Political gossip connects the name of A. B. Keith with the nomination for alderman in the seventh ward on the republican ticket. Services will be held to-day for the first time in the new Presbyterian church, on the corner of Eleventh avenue and Warren street. Changes and improvements of an ex tensive nature are being made at the Leiser and Lockey building on Sixth avenue. J. S. tI. Neil has sold to A. J. Davidson, block 10, Menlo park, tnd lots 12 and 13, block 437. and lot 11, block 51, Helena town site, for ,$2,000. A meeting of the Ladies Sewing circle, of Temple Emanu El, will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. S. Genzberger, 219 Sixth avenue, Monday, 2:30 p. m. avenue, Monday, 2:30 p. m. The long pending litigation between the late firm of. Carpenter, Buck & Hunt anainst C. Heodges sad J. K. Miller, con cerning fees, has been amicably settled. Judge J. W. Eddy was the recipient yes terday of a bunch of grass, the blades be ing five inches high. It was plucked by Henry Cowden from a side hill near the city. A quantity of valuable clothing left by the Morton sisters in their house at Sixth avenue and Rodney street, after the fire, has been stolen and the police are after the goods. Ilteceorts ftom the Dividend, formerly the Katie Putnam mine, on lied Mountain, are very encouraging to the owners. bhe ore vein is now eight inches wide, with but one wall. The concert which was to have been given Thursday evening, March 17, for the bene fit of the First Presbyterian church, has been postponed for two weeks, to be given March 31. The young folks will give a Japanese wedding entertainment or the benefit of Oak-street M. E. church at Adams' hall Monday evening. The price of admission has been fixed at 25 cents. Jimmy Early, the pitcher last season for the Butte ball team, and Frank Visner, formerly catcher for the Minneapolis club, who arrived in Helena a few days ago, will probably be members of the Helena ball club this season. The Sunday school scholars of the con gregation Emanu-El will be given a feast this evening in the basement of the temple, the occasion being the advent of Purim, a Hebrew holiday of feast which precedes the Passover season four weeks. Timothy Mulville pleaded guilty yester day in the district court to the charge of robbing the residence of Lorin Scott on Jefferson street. He will be sentenced by Judge Hunt to-morrow. Betts and Clark, who were arrested for stealing two watches from Siegfried Abrahamson, pleaded not guilty. The regular monthly meeting of the Cen tral W. C. T. 1U. will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. Hugh Kirkendall, Madison avenue, on Friday, March 18. at two p. m. At these meetings topics are discussed that are of especial interest to mothers, particu larly to young mothers. All are most cor dially invited to attend. About a hundred spectators witnessed the six-round contest at the Coliseum at 3 a. in. Satnrday between Tommy Gillen and Sid Huntington. Gillen undertook to stop Huntington in six rounds, but did not do it. T'he contest was declared a draw. Hunt ington, though out of condition and a lighter and smaller nean than his opponent, carlied away most of the honors. Hunting ton stands ready to meet any 172-pound man in the state. I)emocratic PI'lmarles and Convention. iThe democrats of the several wards of the city of Hlelnar are requested to meet on Monday evening, tilarch 28, at 8 o'clock, at the following places: Firrt ward-City hall. Second ward-llendricks club rooms. Third ward-'Payne's hotel. Fourth ward-G-erllorser's. tFifth ward-- chool Ilouse. Sixtli wtrd--l-llore house. rboenIth ward-- lioui house. ''htie Irteting is called for thel pi.po.Oe of noirllnattni csanrtllttre. for aildroren and the erlection of ten drlogateis and ten al- terlartes to attend thle drelr.loratic city couvention whirch said roiunyetli n is iherrby crlled for '1 hllursdaiy 'veuing, Mearch it, at C o'clurock, t i';h:etr.: Ihail. ,ser- MSr.,n-IVArr, (lChaiirmani. DAVID MAe:Ki, rBecretLary. tlerir :r! e 1) .ri in row tn al yrm ,an hay r:hirei frrl, rr" foI r ii r l i ric ,un d alt. the Itiaito Sash ,hiterkt. Elegt.ut otti're rrnms for rent; ralso hallt suitable fur leitire, luod1e or club roomi . Apply to Jae. -.lri inv 't. 'room 17. hai l..y is-n s |piorei r, ':disoa as an inviecnlor, Miei florra A. Jones Ia the discoverer of iho lilmoIus BIlush of lioses for the complexion, are names that •+S7NDS BROS+ CLOAK D EPARTMENT. WVe have just placed on sale ' Our easortment of an extremely extensive col lection of NEW STYLES Ladies' and Children's Includes all the charming new effects in JACKETS, BEDFORD CORDS, CAPES, FINE CHEVIOTS, _-AND-- FRENCH EN=S.=se . DIAGONALS, TRAVELING GARMENTS NEW CHEVRONS, -IN- --AND SPRING AND SUMMA ER NOVELTY CLOTHS, N And all are offered at un Fashions. usually low prices. SPRING FASHIONS. We show A new sixty Line different Children's of Styles Jackets; Ladies' in Reefers, Tailor Jackets, Blazers and Made Capes DrDresses, Dresses and In the Latest Just Traveling StylIs Opened Ulsters At Special at in all Prices, Remarkably the New ___ ! Low Shades. Prices. S.ANDS BROS. will be handed down as benefactors of the race to all recorded time. Miss Julia S. Lawrence, room 4, Delver block, Broad way, Helena, Mont., comes in for her share (of the profits) as she always keeps a big supply on hand, and sells it for 75 cents per bottle. The beet corsoL for the money is the C. G. at The Bee Ifive, only 75c. Take advantage of \Veinstein's bargain morn ings and turn time into money. Salmuel K. Davis' Special. INVESTMENT STOCKS. 18,000 West Iron Mountain-only twenty four hours option for a good investment. 500 and 500 Iron Mountain at 85 cents. This stock will undoubtedly pay another dividend this month. 400 and 700 Helena & Victor. Purchasers of this stock will now get in at the bottom. 100 and 325 Bald Butte. The only lot in the market-can expect regular dividends. 500 Combination, Philipsburg $1.25. A safe investment. 1.000 Poorman (Creur d'Alene) 95 cents. These are all good purchases. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey block. The sale of Agnes Booth cigars: Conchas Epecial size, four for 25c, is something ,enor mous at Win. Weinstein & to. Safe for Sale. For less than half its cost. JouN R. STEELE & CO., Pittsburgh Block. Win. Woirtein & ('o. carry thle largest stock of hand anad wall mirrors in the te'e,. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store. Bailey block. Catholic Knights of America. c IBranch No. 298 meets every second and fourth Sunday in each month at three p. in. at et. Aloy sins hall. Assessments No. 374 and l75 called. Visiting members cordially in vited. HUGH A. McKINNON, President. Wtr. STEWEc., Iecording Secretary. DISiOt't'lIt)N Nl;TICt E--THt C'O-PART nership h,.etofore existing between the un lersigled, doing hutiness enter the firm name and stycv co' . ,. ltoontz ('o , is this day tdiHe solved by m':tual cren.t, John L. Koontz. re tiring. 'lit,. business will be continued Iby Jacob L'oat at the old standl. JOHIN L. KOONTZ. JAC'OB P'UST. Helena. Mont., March 10, 18t2. BEGINNINGTO ARRIVE, I AIvi JUST BEGINNING TO RE. CEIVE A FINE LINE OF AMIjhiINERY Suita ble for early Spring. The Best of Work Done on shor't Notice CALL EARLY. Miss M. Mitchell, 212 GRANDON BLOCK. H. B PiAL7.__.R, HELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN Inrestment Securities. Money to boan On, improved Property and Ranches. Will purchase County, School and. Municipal bonds and warrants, commercial paper and mortgage notes. No. 10 Edwards St., Merchants National Bank Blildlng. Correspondenco Solacited. STONE QUARRY ....FOR SALE. For Particnlars Address Gao. W, Shaw, 424 Harrison Avenue, H1elena, Mont, CHICAGO IRON WORKS Gail, Bumiller & Unzieker e --==- BUILDERS OF z..... Ceneral Milling and Mining Machinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting andc Concentrating Plants, hoisting and Pumping works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buckets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels, Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing Engines and Tramways. 8SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMIPSil Western Representative, Office and Works, MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave, and Willow St,, No. 4 N. Main St., Helena. : CHICAGO, ILL. TN TIlE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST I judicial distrio ,, f tIR tato of Montana, in and for the county of I ewie and Clarke. in ti.a matter of the entito of William D. Nicholas, dtcoaeod, notice of probate of will. I-urauaat to an order of Boid rourt, made on tIe 27th day of Fob nary. IhI9. notice it hereby given, that, taturday, tlie l2tl day of March. 187'., at 1o o'clock a. m. of :al i day. at then 'ourt room of rail oourt. ant the court houso in the county of I win and Carko, haIn brn a.~plroilted at tlo time and place for roving tilo wiltl f aidl Wil liam at. Nicholas, econasod. and for hearing the ai.t,lication of Mararet N icholas for t he ir.ruane, to her for letters teatatnonll.ry, when and wherot .ny pDorson interested may alpear atnd Uoatest the sante. JUII: IIEAN. ('lurk. ty II. J. ('Ato it . D. .. Watrt, Attornery. IDatod ?ob. 27, 17 2. F. M. SHAW & CO. Explort AcroUrttants and lnookkeeplera. The above firm ntraight',n ,ot, old horlr s whiicht hravL fallen into arrear,. renlder balancn shreote. o)tpen now ledgors. etc.. with rapidlity and aterIraolte nrerarncy. NWill aima inetrurt in the latest and tmonaapproved prr'atioal met.hodll of hrookkeeoltre. ('harg.n rtaonalohe. Alddlress all ntorreptorlltilletc .i[.M. Shaw (Co.. . 0. . box 4:1. Helena. Mont. ManDfatOrer of Coats, IRolb. and Mats. Also T'Iner rf all kinds tf ilides and Fare. B.paiiring and Cleaning of Fur a ioodn. ll Nor.lh Maio l treet. - eleona. Montana. The oldet Frnit ancl IPro-i duco llouse in ouna Etablished 188 LINDSAY & CO., S.. *IAI.ER.s Iei. * Fruit, Produce and Seeds OF ALL KINDS. HELENA, MONTANA. If y-u want fresh. Northern grown gardon, field or grass ro Is iend for onr illustratyd cat niogue, on of the mist compylt imendl in the lnlild ltn.to,, O Weell at I actern pricey and thiii nav you heavy frUight and eaIproec charge. \\'e aIso iaet a wholeilo lirco-litr, which deal rec will finl it to their advcaaige to eocsult be. lutore buyiug olseu;vhl,2 • - PATENTS. .. United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittaburgh Block. Helena, Mont.