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LOCAL SPORTING WORLO
4 Glove Cpztest on Big Indian in
Whioh One of the Men
dharles Eyton, Light Weight
Champion of Australia, Look
ing for a Matoh.
Butte and Great Falls Organising Their
Teams to Enter the State Base
A crowd of thirty disappointed sports rode
into town late yesterday afternoon from
Biig Indian in Jefferson county. They left
the city at one p. m. it haoks to seeoo a finish
fight between Chick Rogers, the champion
welter weight of Montana, and Broeky
O'Neil, who at one time in the past, was a
good man in the rian. The contest, what
there was of it, was very brief and ended
by Brooky pulling off the four-ounce gloves
and quitting. The fight took place onu a
gravelly piece of around on Big Indian. A
ring was formed by backing the hacks in a
circle. Both men appeared in regulation
fighting costume. Rodgers weiahed 155
and was in good condition. O'Neil, who is
older than Chick, weighed 165. He was
puffed up and not fit to fight. It was plain
from the call of' time that he
was not in it with his youthful
opponent. Rodgers sent him to the turf
twice. After going down the secodnd time
O'Neilpulled off his gloves apd refused to
continue. There was much disgust ex
pressepd by the assembled sports. O'Neil
managed to land on RIodgersa few times
but was not effective. Johnnie Doyle and
the "Pompadour Kid" were behind Rod
gers. Ike Hayes and Reddy Owens were in
O'Neil's corner and a well-known sporting
man, who has often filled the office before,
was the referee. To give the crowd some
thing for their money Rodgers and Charles
Eyton, the champion lightweight wrestler
of Australia, put on the gloves for three
rounds. It was a clever scientific exhibi
tion, which alleviated to some extent the
feelings of the disappointed sports who
stood around in the raw and chilly air.
A Chance for a Marysville Wrestler to
Meet a Good Man.
"Charles Eyton, who sparred with Chick
?odgers yesterday, is looking for a match
with some good wrestler. Eyton is amanly,
unassuming young man, with an English
accent. He is about 22, of medium height,
and is not the kind of a man one would
pick out as a wrestler. Eyton weighs abouit
180. He says very little about himself, but
lets his record speak for him.
He first started wrestling under Prof.
Miller in 1885, and hae since been under
such well known athletes as Whistler,
Christol and Dunn. He taught wrestling
at Miller's academy, Melbourne, until
April, 1887. when he wrestled in hib first
match with Burrows, weight 180 pounds,
Graeco-Roman style, winning first and
third falls, Eyton weighing 128 pounds; de
feated T. Lawrence, catch-as-catch-can.
two straight falls, Lawrence weighing 105
pounds; beat W. Leverett two straight falls,
catch-as-catch-can style. Leverett weigh
ing 140 pounds; won the light-weight cham
pionshio at the exhibition building, Mel
bourne, defeating all comers, including the
following : Pane Spadoni, Osborne,
Giiffithn, Edwards. Hickey and Thorkey.
In this contest Eyton never lost a fall. In
August of the same year Evton went to
New Zealand and defeated D. Petrie, five
fills out of seven, Cumberland, or back
lie next met James Dunn for the cham
pionship of New Zealand, the match result
ing in a draw, each getting one fall, Eyton
breaking his arm in the third bout. This
match was in the Graeco-Roman style.
Eyton next met Burt Osborne in a five
style match at Christchurch. Eyton win
ning the Gireoo-lioman-back hold and
catch-as-catch can styles. In Hobart, Tasa
mania, he defeated C. N. Page, two straight
falls. Graeco-Romann style. He then met
and defeated It. 'J urnbu.l for the middle
weight championship of Australia, five
styles. Eyton returned to Melbourne and
beat Joe '1 hornkoy, the "Lancashire Lad,"
in the first and third falls, catch-as-catch.
can. He next made a tour of the colonies
with Frank P. Slavin, offering $100 to any
one he could not throw in fifteen minutes.
He met twenty men without once forfeiting
Eyton then came to America and met his
dist defeat at Tacoma at the hands of Jas.
H. Faulkner, the light weight champion of
the world, Faulkner winning the first and
third falls, catch-as.catch-can. In Port
land, Eyton defeated Jack Connors, Wm.
Faulkner, John Emmett and Budild Smith.
Eyton's latest match was with Clowes, the
Ming coulee wrestler at Great Falls, whom
he defeated, catch-as-catch-can, winning
the first and second falls.
Bnutte and Great Falls Preparing to Jotn
the State League.O
T'he state league will be composed of a
team from each of the following cities:
Great Falls, Helena, Butte, Bozoman, Ana
conda and Missoula. Twenty games will
be played at each of these places, or 120
games in all, the team having the highest
peroentageo at the close of the soeason to be
awarded a $50 championship pennant.
Great Falls has decided to incorporate a
base ball and athletio associntion with a
capital stock of $10,000 in 2,000 shares of
$65 each. 'The board of trustees named for
the first three months are: C. M. WYebstor.
A. E. Dickerman, Henry Prantice. Jr., W.
M. Hemier. 1[. J. Meili. J. S. Ailing, W. H.
Gelethorpe, C. 1H. Clark and E. A. Iting
The Butte City Athletic club has been
perfected by the election of the following
oflicers: President, John F. Cowau; vice
president, D. J. Honnesry; secretary and
treasurer, A. T. Morgau; directors, J. F?.
Cowan, John A. Cannnon, B. H. Cook and S.
W. Davis. The directors have been in
structed to prepare and file articles of in
cor, oration. lThe caital stock will be
$5,000, in shares of $5 each. Tiis stock hlne
all been subscribed, one gentleman taking
the shares that remnined unsold, with the
understanding that any who desired to Ipur
chase cold do so by applying to the board
Several bids have beti received for the
erection of the grand stand and feince, andtl
the contract will be awarded to-day. 'T'he
stand will seat 2.500, and the space beneathl
will be divider~ into rooms for the accom
mnodation of the baseball, oricket and other
clubs who will use the grounds, also a room
foi the ladies of the lawn tennis club.
'Ihere will also bhe living rooms for Catcher
Wilson of the baseball club. who will have
charge of the grounds. Work on the build
ing will tnt be begun immediately, as
there is somno hitch in regard to the nleae.
]tutte will pay its first outside game with
ozisemnn July i5. Thebo schedule is so ar
tanged that each trip will cover a period of
THlE WIEEIIIMAN eVON.
A Jury )chlien That tile Iicyclist lina
Itights in the Streets.
Wheelmen all over the country are banded
together in an effort to make it a mattnr of
comnmon knowledge that a bicycolist hats his
riuhts when riding. The lelena wheelten
brought public attention to it when thuy
instituted a prosocutlon against the hnock
man who rode over one of their memnbere a
short time ago and damaged his whole,. A
Minneapolis jury last week found a verdict
for E. 0. Mcadsdon, a wheelman who was
ran over on all avenue by 0. S. $obnson.
The ease was fought by the Business Men's
Bicycle assooiatiou snd the League of
Amrlcsti Whroeilmao to establish the rights
of wheelmen to their share of the roadway.
It was established that MoCaddon was on
the right side of the street and Johnson on
the wrong side wheno the:accident oeearred.
The verdict was for $48, the amount of tire
damage to the wlheel, and A. B. Choate, of
the wheealmen, feels that the principle in.
volved has been decided faVorably to the
riders of bclycles.'
Judge Canty, in charging the jary, said a
bicyclist had as muih right to a highway as
a man in a carriage had. In fact, a one
wheeled or two-wheeled conveyance was as
important a vehicle as a four-wheeled one.
TIlE LAND SALE TO-DAY.
State Lands to rea Mold at the Court House
The state board of land commissioners
will offer for sale to-day at the court house
a number of tracts of land lying north of
s the city. . The lands have been appraised at
prices ranging from $2.50 up to $50 per
The terms and conditions of sale will be
I as follows: Thirty per cent of the pur
r chase price cash at the time of sale. The
a balance to be secured by a penal oblia
o tion to be exeonuted within twenty-four
hours after the sale, conditioned for the
payment of the residue of the purchase to
the state of Montana in seven equal annual
a payments, with interest at the rate of seven
per cent per annum, Provided, that the
purchaser shall have the option of paying
the whole of the purchase in cash if he so
desires, All lands will be sold subject to
2 the provisions of sectioo 81 of the not
granting the lands to the state, which rende
Section 31. Any person desiring to pur
chase land upon which he or she shall have
Smade improvements prior to the passage ol
I this acot, if the land was asurveyed at thai
f time, or if unsnrveved, then prior to the
Ssurvey, shall be allowed to deduct the ap
praised value of the improvements from the
amount bid for the said land and im.
- provements, and in the event that any per
1 son purchases the land upon which suot
improvements have been made, the par.
chaser shall pay the full pries of said land
and improvements to the state treasurer,
- and the state treasurer shall pay the ap.
a praised value of the inip:ovements to the
a person owning the same, and the price ol
said imlrovements shall be paid in full at
the time of the sale by the purohascr. Pro.
vided that the bid mentioned in this sea
ation shall be for a sum equal to the amount
r of both the appraised value of such im
provements and the minimum price of the
land as fixed by the state board of land
commissioners, but in case such bid does
not equal the minimum price of the land
Iand the appraised value' of the improve
ments, such deficit shall be taken from the
appraised value of the improvements. Said
improvements shall be appraised as pro
vided for the appraisement of improve
menta upon school lands in Sec. 40 of this
act. No bid will be accepted at less than
the appraised value, nor for less than $1C
All lands not sold will be for lease imme
diately after the sale.
'Ihe celebrated Jackson corset waist in black
and colors, only at Butcher & Bradley's.
For fresh and clean grass seed at bottom
prices go to IH. M. Parchen & Co.
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The celebrated Foster kid glove, five hook, is
selling at the bee live for h$1.5. Every pair is
warranted and fitted to the hand.
General Observance of the Day In the
Churches of Helena.
Special services characterized the ob
servance of Easter in most of the
churches. At the cathedral a special mu
sical programme was carried out at the
high mass. Solos were sung by Mrs. J. K,
Toole, Mrs. La Salle, Miss Rosenbaum,
M-essrs. T. L. Martin, J. T. Walsh, Rufus
C. Garland and James B. Walker. Mrs. D,
Fisk was at the organ. At the vesper serv
ices the Tentum Ergo of Berger was ren
dered by a chorue of sixteen voices.
A very fine musical programme war
given at St. Peter's Episcopal church by the
surpliced choir. In the evening the annual
Sunday school choral and carol service war
held, boginning at seven o'clock.
The esrvices at the Christian Unita
rian and First Baptist, Congregational
and First Presbyterian churches were also
marked by special musical programmes.
The Easter exercises at the Christian
church last evening, given by the Sunday
school, were novel and of a very interest
Sing nature. A large cross stood upon the
platform, which was prettily decorated
with flowers end evergreens. Upon either
arm in gilt letters were appropriate scrip
tural quotations, while down the center
piece in larger letters was the name
"Jesusn," and upon the base of the whole
was inscribed the word "Love." Sweet
singing, entertaining recitations and re
sponsive readirg made up the programme.
Nine little boys and girls in the infant
class each recited a verse and cresented
their teacher with a capital letter, which
was plaeo l on top of the cross so as to read,
when complete, "He Is Risen."
For 25 cents yon can buy a parr of fast black
seamless, heavy ribird [lose, sizes six to ten,
worth 40 cents, atthe Bo H]live.
Stranger! Do you know that you can brry
choice treh fish for 10o per poundat the Rialto
The Marine band is sometimes very busy
at Washington, and a sample busy day was
the TIhursday before they left Washington
on the present tour. They attended the
marine corps guard mount at 8:30 a. m., re
heasal from 10 to 12 o'clock, played at a
charity concert at two p. m. at theNational
theater, also at a society concert at four p.
m. at Albaugh's theater, and in the evening
at the White house, when a reception was
tendered to the new German minister.
They are obliged to play for all official
Mr. Robert BIrower, the manager of the
Frederick Wardr company, is in Helena ar
ranging for the aplearanco of the dis
tinguiishedi tragedian and his company,
whilch takes place at the opera house April
25 and 26. Mr. Warde will present onM on
day Guy Carleton'a great play "The Lion's
Mouth," wirh its wealth of beautiful sccn
ery, its remarrkalrble lot. grand diction and
splendid' aotino. On 'Tuesdaly Knowles'
masterpiece, "Virginius," will be given,
with Frederiak Warde as the Roman father.
This splrndia orrranization carries a special
carload of scenery, and will give two spleo
lace errlaini (haveo taken a nighty drop in
pricn is tlIi a:,noral olrinion expreseo 1 by those
rlwhohave secol s the l oO livo aeortrenot and
lio to llilt hyr & Bradlley'r for unotions, honilesy,.
unldoruevear, eon'etos .tet. Thoy load in low pirices.
illltel It. I).avist ' Hlcetri.L
10,0100 Canmberland (Castle).
5,0100 1Iald Dlutte (one blook.)
1,7(00) Combination (Philipsborg).
1,(100 Bi-Metallio Extension (Philips
1,(}00 Iron Mountain.
5,000 lirenton Group (Neiharrt).
1,000 P'oo: taan (CrUar d'Alieno).
1,10!) Califori niia (Castle), snap.
Smaller lots of most of these stooks and
all a iurclase-quotations at bed rock
prioe on application.
Roituos 2 and 27, Bailaey block.
Krnnieh's grove, enloon and private house
for a term of several years; tormts very rea
sonablar; the only summer resort near tel
ena. rlnqiiro at the grove.
'lIre $19 bablty earrlrace at tire Iilvi ranurl be
ditaleallatr at, the sarne, ilrhe Ira estorsora cities.
iheanp for Cash.
Fresh garden greens, poultry and tish for
sale at the Rialto Cash Market.
BIG YEAR FOR STOCKMEN
An Estimate That Montana Owner
Will Realize $5,000,000 From
The Stato Stook Growers Asao
Soelation to Meet at Miles cOty
B A Large Attendance Expected-The Actloi
of Wyeoaing's Governor to ne
J, H. Landers, inspector of live stock a
Minnesota Transfer, Twin City stock yard
and South St. Paul, estimates that the ru
of Montana beeves the coming season wil
reach 150,000 head. The Montana cattl
growers should realize about $5,000,00
from their "crop" this year. The wiate
losses on range cattle were vor'r light-nc
more than three per cent. in most of th
I herds. The stook growers of Montana an
s Wyoming have little to complain of, ez
aepting the present low prices of beeves an
the depredations of cattle and horse thievel
° There is a hope that the markets will sho
t advances in June and July, as some feedei
a in the corn-growing districts have sol
nearly all of their fat stook.
e Inspector Landers' estimate is entitled i
f much consideration, as he has spent a lift
time on the ranges and has kept track r
the Montana cattle movement for severn
e years in his present position. Early I
1891 he estimated that the run of that yes
would reach 200,000 head, and some wel
reosted people thought the figure was tc
a high. The run of 1891 footed up 206,0(
head, which, at the low average of $35eac]
resulted in sales to the amount of $7,210
t Mr. Landers says: "The purchases (
stock cattle made in Minnesota for shit
- ment to the northwestern part of this stal
t and to the Dakotas and Montana have bee
much heavier this season than usual. The
promise to keep up for some time. Lars
a shipments have been made from here I
I Dickinson, N. D., where small rachmen
well as the large companies are increasie
their herds. The shipments of horses I
the Dakotas are very heavy this season, an
numbered nearly 8,000 head during Fet
ruary, with a large addition in March. TL
demand is for good heavy horses that at
well broken and in condition for fart
STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION.
The Annual Meeting Commences To-Mo,
row at Miles City.
Miles City will be crowded for the ne.
few days with stockmen from all parts :
the state. One of the most importar
questions to be brought before the associE
tion is the action of the governor of Wyon
ing. The Northwestern Live Stock Journs
called attention to this matter some tim
e ago and to the suggestion of Dr. Hallowa~
state veterinarian of Montana, that a tra
four miles in width from Orin Junctio
north to the present Montana line as th
solution of the present quarantine entan
glement. This seems to be an easy we
a out of a very serious dilemma.
'The present attitude of our governe
cannot be maintained, says the Jou:
nel. An attempt to do so wi
involve the state in legal contesl
lasting for years and involving large sun
of money. We are now taxed almost i
death and can stand no additional butder
in that direction. A few hundred dollas
will mark out a trail, and if this is don
shippers will respect the lines establishec
If this is not done more than 100,000 catt]
will march lesiurely across the state it
entire width, and the damage will be fs
greater than that imposed by opening up
trail half way across the state.
"Our neighbors have made large pus
chases of Texas, New. Mexico and Arizon
cattle in districts where the health of th
cattle is unquestioned and whence the
have heretofore come freely and withou
restraint, and they areentitled to some cou
sideration. No one questions the right t
full protection-on the other hand, no on
can rightfully deny entrance to cattl
known to be healthy. The opening of
legal trail will be a safe and consiatec
thing to do and it will save our people muc
trouble and many dollars. Open the trail.'
If the quarantine regulation of Wyomin
is obeyed, stockmen will be compelled t
ship from Cheyenne to Orin Ju::ctior
thence east to Oelrioh, S. D., where th
cattle are to unloaded and driven around th
eastern edge of the Black Hills country, an
thence west to their destination in Mon
tans. Tt is makes an additional expense c
about $30 a ear, besides doubling the die
tance to drive across the country. If tb
order iS enforced it is claimed it will defea
a good many sales and eat up the profits a
Secretary Preuitt's Notice.
Notice of a meeting of the Stock Growor:
assoointion: The annual meeting of th
SStock Growers' associationof Montana wi
I be held at Miles City, Mont., commenoin
1 Tuesday, April 19, at 10 a. m.
Arrangements have been made with th
railroads for a rate of one and-one fift
fare for the rdund trip, on the certificalt
Splan, i. a.: Delegates to pay full fare goin
to Miles, obtaining a certificate from th
auent which will be honoted for return pas
sage on payment of one-fifth fare, if flle.
out and signed by the secretary of the asso
ciation. This tate will cover points as fn
east as Mandan, N. D., and also from St
Paul and Minneapolis on the Northern PI
This meeooting will be of great importanc
to all who are interested in the stock busi
ness, and every member of the associatiot
and all othbers who can should be in tittend
ance. W. 0. 1trEUITT, Secretary.
A carload of Churc,'s im,,proved Alabas
tine ,just received by H. M. Prcehon & Co
Lrgal blanks at this office.
Miss Mary F. JackmnLan gives privat.
Iemons lin sllnrthas,,. rRl.,ns 48, Otalle:
block. Call ,t offo, ror t.rtr.
CHIEAPL' FOR CAStH.
Clothing, Furtshing aRnd I'anucy Good
Anlost Glvan Away.
M. Lissner has moved the stock of good
owned by him to 617 South Main street an:
is almost giving theni away. rFancy good
are beintg sold at .5 cents on the dollar
clothing at )50 otrnts on the dollar and four
niehing goods at 75 cents on the dollar.
Mirs. Anna Karstedt, Itidwlfe, No. 20O
N. ttiudley strtroet, Htelen., )lonlllta.
Fall lin or infnnta' ware at bottom figures ,
litcihor & Ilesitley's
Vlick's rolbrtt,,d flowier w ei' d for sile n
eastern prioers a. II. M|. I'arehjin & CUo.
nergnasn lI Rteady tllxed Ilaitnts.
ltaynold's strictly pure house paint, $1.2
White iron paints, $1.20 per giallon.
Itoof and barn paint, in barrele, 00e po
Ihoof and barn paint, in five gallon ke.s
80c per gallon.
At H. &. M 'archen & Co.'s drug store.
('aroful beyer filnd Ii tnt their adlvanltag to l
iho Ii',, Ilive aseortitient of baby carriejo:, be
Elegant office rooms for renti also hal
aultable for lecture, lodge or olub room
Apply to Jas. Sullivan, room 17.
1G1I11 8CIOOL LATIN.
Srogress of Ielena Seholars In the Hetsos
The members of the Virgil class hayv
completed five books of Virgil and on
ecologue, and are now reading the sixtl
book of the )inuid. The Cicero class i
reading the oration in behalf of Marcellue
having read the four against Catiline ant
the one in behalf of Archiae. Before thi
close of the year they will begin Virgil
thues enabling them during their fourtl
yeafr to read somewhat olme than six booki
of the iEnoed, nine books being required foi
entrance to .soome universlties. E'"ver
fourth day their recitation is dbnflned tr
The advanced class in Cleear is engageld
in translating the fourth book of Cutser'r
comnlentaries, taking in addition profi
composition onace a week, The beginning
class in Cosar will complete the first boot
this term, The two remaining latin olasesi
are studying Jones' lirst lessons; tile more
advanced will begin Ctesar in Sei.tomber.
a JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN.
II The reserve sale of seats for the marine
band concert opens at Pope & O'Connor',
i The annual meeting of the Division o
Montana, Sons of Veterans, begins in Hel
it iea to-day.
e The supreme court meets at 10 a. m. to
d day. heorra opinions will probably b
d (EThe United States circuit and districi
9. courts will be in session to-mor,ow and I
grand jury empannelled,
There will be a sale of Lewis and Clarks
r county school lands at the court house to
d day, commtening at 10 a. m.
'lhe memboers of the colored Masonii
o lodge attended the evening services yester
day at the A. M. E. church in full regalia
,f The Helena Maennechor will give a voeer
and instrumental concert at Turner ha
this evening, to be followed by a grain
er To-morrow is Arbor day. It will be ob
I- served in all parts of tie state. Trees wil
bo be planted in Helena try the school childre;
A very fine Easter dinner was served i
The Helena yesterday, and much enjoys
by the guests of the popular house and ii
many friends in the city.
f The Great Northern western extension
now completed ninety-seven miles west c
le Kalispell, and within ten days trains wi
in be running to Bonnet's Ferry.
The controversy between employers an
laborers at Great Falls is still unsettle(
Te The latter insist on $2.50 as a day's wage
o and the former say they will not pay moa
s than $2.25.
ig Some very fine sacred music was rendere
o at the court house yesterday by the Engle
horn Business college band, led by Proi
dPeterman. The band has only been organ
l- zed three months.
e The big oatmeal train, gayly decorated
e will arrive in Helena this afternoon at 4:3
n and stop one hour. The public generall
is invited to ineseet the train. Sample
and souvenirs will be distributed.
Louie Heitman, of ltpricer, Mayne •
Heitman, of White Sulphur Springs, wa,
in. town yesterday. He has the reputatio.
" of making fast time on his business trips
On his present trip he left White Sulphu
t Springs early in the morning, boarded
if train at Townsend, went to Bozeman any
reached Helena on the evening of the sam
Helena people who like maple sugar wil
I- be interested to learn that hereafter th
11 state of Vermont will stamp each packag
oe of the sugar, thus guaranteeing it to 1
genuine. This is the result of a law re
i' cently adopted by the legislature of Ver
n mont to prevent the tublio from baei
swindled by unsorupulous dealers wh
work off brown sugar imitations.
SEvery one can afford to carry a silk umbrella
fast blac.r wtmn tie price is as low as l .bO,
advertised in another column by the lioe Hlive.
Face Massage Parlor.
Le Miss Julia S. Lawrence has received a lc
o of iew cosmetics. "Blush of Roses," "Blus
s of Roses Powder," "Luxnry," etc., tb
rs finest toilet preparations for beantifyin
1e the complexion. In connection with he
1* toilet articles she has opened a face mass
le age parlor. Ladies please call. Room 4
Ds Denver block, Broadway.
a Cudahy Ilex Bleef Extract.
Cudahy Rex beef extract, recommender
a by all leading physicians. Call at Parche:
e & Co.'s and ask lady at the door for a cut
It The Highest Cash Price
SPaid for all kinds of household furnitnr
e by G. H. Taylor & Co., 115 Broadway. Al
a kinds of second-hand goods for sale at low
a eat prices. s
HELENA OUrTrITINGO STORE.
Murders Mlurderl Murder!
A dreadful tragedy is constantly bein
I, enacted in the slaughtering of old tim
e high prices for everything in the fresh an.
e oured meat line at the Itialto Cash Market
The exhibit of Cudahy Rex extract o
e beef this week at Parchen A Co.'s. Drop ii
.t for a cup while down town shopping: it wil
f refresh you.
Of foreign and domestic suitings have jus
;' been received by JOHNSON.
HELENA IN BRIEF.
Jnackson's music store. Bailey block.
S Mnufafeturer of Coats, Robes and Mats.
Also Tanner of all kinds of Hides and Fur..
Repairing and Clianing of u'r Goods.
818 No·rth Main Street. - Helens. Montaa.
F. Ml. 8IIA'VW & Co..
- Accountants and Bookkeepern
The above firm stlraighltens out cil brook
whlich hav, fallen into armar-, ronders l:rianu
cheCt- anoi optns nol w legors, etc. \ill aleI
instrcoLill tilt Iiehst arldl elrt t approvo I per-e
tieal nethods of bookkeeping I'. - icox 4,ii
-The eldest Frit and Pro. E lablisred . 8..
daes ltouse in Mlonttnsa )
LINDSAY & CO.,
y • *IIE. ALERIN li* * *
Fruit, Produce and Seeds
OF ALL IINDS.
If you want fresh. NoertheTrn growl earden,
Sfield or grases as dH Sld tlr Oi illusltratecd cat
alorue, eofto tire 1 u. r IieiLt lasliS i ti i i lit
U itd te ltat. \ie sell aL I asorn e rioes sad
thrie save yon hiarvy Ir!irIgl aid *aURcc nl'0Iet'Ro
Vi' ales, Ilsue a wholesalo Irl'ire-Ito, whircl teal
ers will ndl itI to ihir advantage to eounsult be
fore b *ayin. elseeha..,
I We are making a Spocialtly
OF CUTTING i
5 D. DESOLA, MNENDES ,. CO.
('utlers cf Iliamsnds and I rcionr etoneos.
II·t and h, Mlaider lae, Now York.
- * PATEI:NTS. *
United States and Foreign Pat.
ents obtained and any informatioon
S EDWARD C. RUSSELL,
Attornoy at Law.
PLttaburth Ilock. Helena. MotL
T. C. POWER & CO.,
n0 --JOBIHEIS AND DEALERS IN--*
MINING AND FARM MACHINERY.
Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire Hoisting Rope, etc
y Quartz, Lumber and Farm Wagons, Fence Wire, Wind Milli
to dnd Pumps. Deere Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, and Disk Har.
rows, all styles and sizes. The "Old Reliable" Schuttler and
RUSHFORD FARM, OUARTZ AND LOGGING WAGONS
, Iendquarters for Grass and Vegetable Beeds of every desoription.
l SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS.
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MONEY TO LOAN
a On Satisfactory Security at Reasonable Rates,
r- We do not loan at 6 per cent., bu.i We do not dictate where your z11
e. we do not charge any commis. eurance shall be placed.
all We do not charge interest unA
ad go delay in closing loans. we advance the money.
Sarvis-Conkin Mlortgage Trust o.
E ,-,Splendid Business Opportunity
ad t-TIE W.FLL K(NOiWN=
,5STOCK OF THOS. QOFF
a An old established business of soveral years'
d This stock is first-olass and we will receive
sealed bids flr thed purchase of it sntil April '5,
I reserving the right to rqjeet any and all bids.
Any information desired will be cheerfully given
e by the assignees. J. V. JEROME,
lot CORNER SIXTH AVENUE AND WARREN.
" Is Generally Relovated.and Under New Managemenl
_ _ ($6 PER WEEK.
S TERMS: TICKETS, 21 MEALS, $7.
SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS.
P MRS. M. G. WARMKESSEL. Proprietress
Our Last Annoulncem nt.
To Whom it May Concern:
We have just opened the spring stock of Clothing and Fur
nishings carried over by the firm of B. Harris. The assortment i,
at still large.
Rermemnber, if Price Is an Object You
Will go Avaa---Suited.
Of what remains of our fall stock-it is a common sense propo
sition, that we dare not longer consider the cost price, but will sel
on the least provocation.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
MOSES MORRIS, Assignee
119 and 121 South Main Street.
SFOWLES' CASH STORE.
Ladieos' Fine Balbriggan Jersey Ribbed Vests, 12 1-2o.
Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, 25c., 43c., 0Oc. and 600.
Ladies' Balbrirgcan libbed Jersoy Pants at Oc600.
Ladesc Zephyr VorStod Vostts at 600. and $1.50.
SLadies' Fine Ribbezt Vests, long shloves, at 40C. and 60o.
L adiesO Balbriggan Ribbed Jersoy Pants at 600c.
Ladies' (:aule Vests, high neck, short sleevas, at 3Sc., sanmo with
lonlq sloovee at 45(c.
Ladcies' Ribbed Spun Silk Vests, in black and cream, at $i, $1.25,
$1.35, $1.50, $1.65, $2, $2.O5 arnd $3.
We clso carry a lull line ol Childron's Swkris Ribbed Underwear.
SOur llreat drive inl Underwear for this weook, is en Ladies' White
Merino Vests, silk bound, pearl buttons, extra inish,
foir only 25c., reduced Iront 00c.
The Leading Millinery, Notions and Fancy Dry Goods IHouse in the Oity.