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S trlning Order Vacated Applieation for Injune. i:on Denied. iantt l not Satleised That the Plaintiffe: Rights Are IE nvaded. S g4.K . thel Complbeat to ehow That e . ..w.ig of City Warranu is Irrogulmr. :9;" i ..ttyd attorney appeared before Judge R v yestedrday morning and prayed an im a'sldate hearing of the Lookey injunction Ugiatterb, tating that the sale was advertised to .take place at noon. Judge Hunt said that he would hear the matter and argo Saat waLhad. The case was submitted at half past eleven and in a few minutes there after the Judge ruled as follows: "A sale of city warrants being adtertised for noon this day the court is asked for an imnmedi ate ruling upon the application to dissolve the lnjanction issuedl exparto yesterday. The question being an act of a public cor poration. unless plaintiff's showing for re lisf is strong he cannot ask a court to in terfere with the act of the city treasurer under the ordinances of the city. No com plaint is made of an informality of pro acedure. The sale is apparently proper and lawful. But it is contended that the ordi namoss hioh authorize a sale of city war rants such as is contemplated to day, are in violation of the city charter. "This question may, upon full examina tion prove to be a close one, but I am not satisfaed from the arguments made and the reasoning advanced by plaintiff that his rights as a taxpayer are invaded at all, or that the title to his property will be clouded by the act of the city treasurer in selling the city warrants. The ordinances ex pressly permit the sale, and I am not con vinced that the charter prohibits such ordi nanes. To restrain the city official from doing an act which he is authorized to do, an interfering taxpayer should present a clear and strong prima facie case. Not be ing satisfied by the complaint in this ease that the ordinance is in excess of the pow ers of the city treasurer, or that plaintiff will be injured it is ordered that the tem porary restraining order be vacated and an injunction denied." The judge stated that he was unwilling to definitely decide the constitutionality of the ordinance under which the warrants are sold without full investigation, but he would hold that the ordinance was valid and tie treasurer's right sufficient to pro ceed with the sale. JOSE IN COURT AGAIN. He Wants Some Matters of Title Straight ened Out. Jose Albertos, a Mexican, commenced suit yesterday in the district court against A. J. Davidson, William Muth, William Wallace, Jr., E. W. Tools and D. S. Wade for the recoonveyance of certain real estate on Lawrence street to which he claims title through his predecessors in interest who held title by probate deed. The ground in question is lot 9 of block 417 of the original townsite and to which he came in posses sion, he says, in 1874. The lot is rerre sented on the plats as being on Lawrence street. Jose alleges that he is uneducated and speaks the English language very poor ly and is unacquainted with businoses mat ters and has very little appreciation of business forms. Iu 1887, he says, William Muth advised him about his business af fairs and in this way secured a certain con trol over him; that on May 10, 1887, Muth got a deed from the probate judge, as trustee for Albertos. for lot 9 in block 417. Albertos also says he worked for Mr. Da vidson who collected money for the rent of one.of the houses on the premises, and gave Mr. Davidson money to keep for nim. He also says Mr. Davidson acquired a marked influence and control over him, and owes him about $1,000. Early in 1889 the city of Helena began action against Albutos and others to gain possession of the premises mentioned and adjoining land. On July 30, 1889, Albertos al leges, Mr. Davidson filed a quit claim deed of the premises on which was what purports to be Albertos' mark and which purports to convey from Albertos to Mr. Davidson; also that a deed for the prem ises from the probate judge to Mr. David son apd a declaration of trust were filed for Albertos of one half, one-twelfth for Mr. Muth, one twelfth for Mr. Davidson, one-third for Mr. Wallaee, one twelfth for Mr. Wallace personally and one-fourth for Wade, Toole A Wallace. The declaration of trust was to the effect that when the pending litiga tion was settled these interests were to be conveyed to the parties in consideration of their bearing the expensesof the litiatiron. Albertos says the property is worth $10,(rOU and he did not sign the quit claim deed and denies the authority to make the de claration of trust. When the city was de feated in its trial he says lie was not in court and did not know of it until after wards, and that he is able and willing to pay the costs of the litigation. lie asks for a decree clearing his title to the land. The defendants have not yet filed their answers to the complaint. Other Proceedings. Mary B. Herrin, aged 10. was examined in department No. 2 yesterday on1 a chiarge of insanity. The jury were Dr. Salvail, Charles 1tumlev and W. F. Frurklin. I)r. Leiser and ]lenjiinm F. errrin werie the witnesses. It was found that the worn n, whose home is at Lincoln on the Blackfoot river, has been ill at a hospital in lelcuna. The jury decided that theue wae no ground for the charge. Judgments were entered yesterday as follows for the piaintiffs: McG(lautin A; iurfenning vs. I). . Andrews et al., for %862.50 and $10.5VJ coots; Joseph MI. He.r man at al. vs. C. Al. Jellertes for $:, l9; ,'5 and $50.05 costs. Boirri Antich nsus iiHrman Kemna on a promissory note for 20UU. Pricesat thoe Il,, Hive thit week will kno.k st ail sit ic, titioja of boa!kruit alirtnl ant l·'i bales. 1 htey man busiuo-,. Celeetino, 'alaeiro A Co.'s El 'fe grast.oiuigars .othchlilts extra size. only 10c at \i ti. \ cma tLeIn & Ct..'s Grand Plcilo nuild hummer iLght's Fes lval, Bnnday, July 3., 1H9'2, at Kranich's grove, given by the Helena rTurn Verein. lranuti nl display of fireworks and lllirination of the grove in the evening. Fre, Ibs connects with the lHlena Electric ltailway company (lower line) every fifteent nnu utes, at K.Hosler's station. transporting pa, sangers to and from the grovt. The ire II ive tnanageurent annoulncoi that they will ount sell sood to mere rchat at or.coi awver tised this week. These prices are iitoendel fur the consumoer only. Ladies' Auxilliary Society. A regular meeting of the Ladies' Sewing Soiety of the Temple Emanu-E:l will be held on Tuesday afternoon, July 5, 181.2, at hbe residence of Mrs. I. Marks, Fifth ave nue and Warren street. A cordial invita loe is extended to all. Fireworks I On Monday, July 4, we will retail fire works at 50 per cent less than the Consoli 4.ted P.reworks Co.'s prices. Our store -W be open frem six a. ax. to 11 a. m. Lacwsx & Co. TRAVELED WITH TIIE CIRCUS. Wanted for Emsbessel'eat In alit Lake and Arrested in Helena. Marshal Galvin and Sergeant Callahan went to the lreus yesterday afternoon. They were not curious to see the animals or the ring performance. They had mnoh more seriens business on hand. Mlarshal Galvin a few days ago received a letter from Sheriff Alfred J. Bart, of Balt Lake, to look out for the ad vent of Raywuond's circus, and arrest a man named Hi. H. lous, who was travelI ing with it in the capacity of lemonade vender. The letter gave host's description, but advised the marshal to locate the mean without inquiring among the circue emu loyes, who he was warned, would rather elp escape than capture. So Marshal Calvin and Sergeant Callahan went to the afternoon performance armed only with a description of Rogt. Each officer pioked out a man who tallied with the partionlars given in the letter. One of them, on inves tigation. turned out to be the wrong man. The other, however, was Host. He was tekon to the eity jail and the Salt Lake authorities notietld. Ht. is wanted for em beazleluont, but how nmulh or from whom he took it is not known.. Ross himetlf will not say a word. The charge is believed, to be a serlou, one, however, as the cirous people otfered to put up almost any asnount of bail, but the marshal had no authority to accept It. Bost is about 25 years old. tGiNlSG TO IIARTFOI1). A. E. Veazey Back in IHis Old Bust lions. The many friends of Gen. A. E. Veazey will regret to learn that he is going to leave Helena. They will be glad to know, how ever, that he goes to accept a call to a re sponsible position from a leading east: rn railroad. It is just about a year since there was a g aind ore: turning among Union Pacific railroad officials. At that time C. S. Mellon. who was general traffic manager Sof the road, resigned, as did numerous other officials amolng themt Mr. Veazev, who had been the local agent of the Union Pacific at Helena for several yea:rs. Mr. Mellen afterward accepted the prosition of ceieral manager of the New York .1 New England railroad, and recently he wrote (Gen. Veazev, offering him the position of city nassenger agent of that line at liart ford. Conn. As the offer is a very good one it has been accepted. Mr. Veazey has re signed his position as assistant superin tendent of the telephone company and will go to his new field in about two weeks. He will take with him the best wishes of hun dreds of Helena friends. who have no doubt of his success, judging by the record he has made in Helena. SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONVENTION. What Was Done at the Third Annual Session at lutte. The third annual convention of the Mon tana Sunday-school association was held in Butte Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last. A fair number of delegates were in attendance and the exercises were interest ing throughout. The presence of WVm. Reynolds, of Illinois, the representative of the International Sunday-school conven tion, added Creatly to the interest of the oceasion. Much emphasis was placed upon the importance of more thorough prepara tion for their work on the part of teachers. The last evening was given up to a meeting in the interest of moral reform in Butte. The next meeting of the association will be in Deer Lodge. The following are the of ficers for the oensuing year: President, Rev. W. S. Bell. Helena; corresponding secre tary, J. M. Simpson, Deer Lo,:ge; staistical secretary, H. C. Arnold, Helena; executive conmritte^, Peter Koch. Bozeman. chair mau: J. F. Stack. J. M. Waters. Bozeman; H. E. Jones. Livingston; J. E. Rickards, Butte, Rev. Win. -,fllins, Helena; RIev. O. C. Clark, Missouia. Fi st Baptisl, Eight h avenue and WePren street--PrLacling moritni, find evening by Rev. C. B. All n, Jr., pastor. Unitarian sere ces. G(A.A. . hall.-Mr. Crooker will preacn at 11 a. m. on "Amer ica's Cont: lbution to Religion. Oakes Street M. E. Church.-Services at 11 a. mi. and eight p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in. . raver meeting WVednesday evening at eight o'clock. All are invited to attend. U. F. Hawk, pastor. Grand Street Methodist, Graud and \Warren streets, D. R]. Price, pastor P'reaching at 11 a. m. and eight P. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at 2:31) p. m. Eirwoath League at 7:15 p. m. 'Ihe public is cordially invited. ('ongregational church, Srrnce street and Benton aveuue.-eltv. F. 1). Kelsey, S. 1)., preaches on the themes: "Pu rposes of C(hulch Membership," and "Marvelous Ad vance." All are cordially vited to be presont. First P'resbyterian, Eleventh avenue and Ewing street-Usual se-vices at 11 a. m. and eight p. m. The pastor. Rev. T. V. Moore, will occupy the pulpit. Sunday school at 2:30) p. m. Young people's prayer meetlng at 7:15 p. m. A sermon will be preached in the German Evangelical Lutherau church, corner Ninth avenue and te.odney stieet, this evening at eight o'clock. the electric light is now in the church. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. ayev. Fr. Fuerst, pastor. ('entrl ('hureh of Christ, Sixth avenue and Main streset-- ervices as usual. Sun day school at 10 a. en. Sermon yv vastor at 11 a. in. and eight t. in. Y'. P. h. C. E., seven p. in. Mormnig subject, "God's High Calling;" evening subject, "'eplentance." (hr it tian church, Benton avenue-Preach ing morning and evening by 1ev. Chas. A. Young, of Ann Arbor. Mich. Sunday school at 2J:)It a. in. Y. 1'. S. C. E. at seven p. m. Mr. Younu will aleo preach at eight o'clock every evening during the week. All ale in vited. ThI, ih-t uf larl lec pher pound G. Kuerlo. 1 r a llinens. Ladiu. fat black earailts hoee closing out at ltc. \i eu. Vl .i-, os. ii Lovely Laces. If you want to ace a display of rich and beautiful Iaces--dress laces, trimming laces ead eurtliu laces--look into Hands tiros.' windows this wook. In one window thev show iresns nets anri flourlclugs in ex ilisie efltcts, ch:rlnling st~ lea inl dress tlillfun., back groundiii, with tliurei in IhIo.d lhlt ri s wcl . w ,oven ul lu it, antid ehLo* e sthyles irn I ncrhc 1ur',olo ; nld elhariti ly trirlintg lrte. I ririu i nt.i, e:urtr.as:rrg lreer ra rni. irrl thl .as sor V,u will und ihitridly finll -rrnethilng to suit yrour taste in the ul'.lli·ruiit ass.rt,-nthanllds Bres. displav. I hte nedvr thie aIpecLri re.ductiis Ihis week iIr t rn eltire ltire Rti)(rk, so lhrat in aRddl itfr~ i trrhe l.~itor ,t ai s,. tinrIl t III the st.te to, serlt i ,, you will lrase an ,rpplrrtlu olty tro bui, ti, ii. ait tr ;( 1I,,t t, uni.tir gly lew p hneHr ccc made inll I lPeni,. In the winldlow dvotrld t I .rri culrt; inllri the Intest i altrnlsr are exhttrid in lSbwh potit, oLt tninghmi.inld .,al lrcet, also Swir tiulbouis, Ii li.,ulu eu.ta i rllab tir.l IIIxelirSIVI) r lnltia tios if the rernl Medici anid Lr'sa XIV. patterus. Pricaes n all gradles of lace cur talim are alao reduced Iar thle week. IriIndS Ilno-. ept..elal lhaignlin Inld of ladlaes di, se(es, wrapplrrs. shirt wanits end dre-c rinttorun i also contlll ined this week. As this will I.e I veritable lnrirlrenl week at at tandsl Brois.' economical pitri(liaers will nout neglect tlhe opportunity tifer,-d. 'lt rlr.ihrait-l JaRkeir ( ,rne w, it in black and colro at lrtrhIrel A lta, llyw'ac. wr,. Notice to Itii Publilc. Ashley & llolbrook are now prepared to transfer all paesengrrrs to Craig without any atlrp over. Stage leaves 21 Edwards street at fi::rl a. m., ar iveser at Craig the same eveiing. Telphbone 2i4, Central eta bles. Ladiel' urderwear at ti Ilr,l. IHive at lees than eastern prire r all arid eo rlirl. Mlilll.lry at (,it. To elose oat the stock. Ilest bargains ever offered in Helena. Mrs. . . Kempsey, 1" Warren street, next door to Mershants ho tel. (ENTLEMIEN'S RACE. i To be leld at the Selena Track on the eaorth. The Montana State Fair Association have arranged for a speelal reoing programme for tomortpw. There will be three even, two trotting and one pacing. The races will be called at 9.80 p. m., and the Ameri can Trotting Asaociation rules are to govern. There will be three moneys--0, 25 and 15. First Raoe-Trotting; $10 each, to whleh is added $10 by the easociation; two in three. Harry Brandagee drives b. a. Al bany; Jacob Fischer drives oh. g. Ben Davis; E. S. French drives gr. il. Max: George Huffaker drives br. g. Jack; Charles H. Head drives oh. a. Prince; John Miller drives oh, m. East Lynae; W. M. Holbrook drives b. g. Little Tom. Second Race--Pacing; a mathed rawe; $110 a aide. to which ia added $~0 bi the association; two in three. E. W. Bach drives br. g. Frank; William Sims drives bk. g. Black Tom. 'I hird Race-Trotting; $10 each, to which is added $50 by the association; two in three. Frank Lang drives b, g. Prinee; William Muth drives blk. m. Bess Dan Mahoney drives bk, e. Herod; Elmer Turner drives br. g. MoGlinn. RED CROSS LODUE NO. 82. New Lodge of Knights of Pythlas Insti tuted at the Depot. Grand Vice-Chancellor Geo. E. Barnaby, on Friday night instituted a new lodge of the Knights of Pythias in Helena, known as Red Cross lodge No. 32, It starts off with 111 members, and with every prospect of a prosperons growth. It will be located at the Northern Pacifio depot. The inis tion ceremonies were not conoluded till seven o'clock yesterday morning. There will be a meeting of the new lodge at B. of Il. '. hull at the Northern Pacific depot Wednesday evening next at eight o'clock. All visiting knights are cordially invited to attend. The officers of the new lodge are: i'. C., 1'. 11. Caimbell; C. C., C. E. Need hatm; V. C.. W. B. Van Horn; P., C. K. Brown: K. of R. and S., J. E, Stewart; M. of A., Ed Hawkins; M. of E.. Harry Crom well; M. of F.. 1). P. Dayton: I. G., Chas. Currah; 0. G., A. E. Lyons; trustees. Geo. R. Montgomery, James Dempsey, D. O. McDonald. AMUSEMENTS. Monday evening for a season of two nights the theater-goers of Helena are promised a rare treat. Mr. Charles Froh man's stock company will produce the greatest comedy success of the day, "Jane." This is the first of Mr. Frohman's stock companies to visit Helena. The company is the original one that played over 200 nights at the Madison Square theater, and 150 nights in Boston, Philadelphia and Washington. Miss Johnstone Bennett's "Jane" is considered one of the most thoroughly unique character creations ever seen upon the American stage, and is peculiar to Miss Bennett. "Jane" appeals directly to the fun lovers for its clever sparkling dialogue, timely placed in the most ludicrous complications, has made the entire amusement public of the east laugh for the past nine months, and has quite started the great west in the same way. At each performance the New York Herald's prize play "Chums" will proeceed "Jane" as a curtain raiser, making a grand double bill. HANDSOME NEW QUARTERS. Miss Stevens, the Milliner, Now in the Denver Block. Miss Stevens, the fashionable milliner, has completed the removal of her stock from the old location on Main street, and her many patrons will find her hereafter in handsomely fitted up and commodious quarters in the Denver block on Broadway. Among the other advantages patrons will have by reason of the removal is lower prices, due to the fact that Miss Stevens is under less expense as regards rent. Miss Stevens has had the reputation ever since she has been in business in Helena of having perfect taste in her selections for her patrons, and this added to the fact that she always has the latest styles, and treats all customers handsomely is an assurance that her business will grow in the future as it has in the pa;t. Corsets. corsets, corsets. Batcher & Bradley lead the town in prices fur coraets. A New itesort. For some time many citizens of Helena have felt the need of a resort in the city where they could take their families of a pleasant afternoon or evening and enjoy refreshments. A place of this kind has been nicely arranged in the Helena brewery. It is strictly first-class in every respect and good order will be maintained at all times. It is particularly adapted for the use of family parties. The popular beverage is of course, the famous brewing of the Helena company, a iroduct which is absolutely un excelled as many can testify. Other light beverages will be kept in first-class condi tion, The place is likely to become very popular. "Old Maturity" cigars and "Nestor" Egyptian cigarettes at the (iraud ('.tral hotel cigar store. Notice to the P'ublic. Notice is hereby given that Harry L. Luke has this day disposed of his interest in the firm of H. A. Luke & Co., and re tires from membership of the firm. 'Ihe business will be continued as formerly, under the tirm name of It. A. Luke & Co., for the transaction of a general insurance business, Harry L. Luke being employed by the firm as solicitor for the firm. It. A. LeI.: & Co. Helena, Mont., June 12,, 1lt2. Albert Itoe has just published his latest novel entitlid. "Why I am SingU." ' he ale of his no.iels has been irlreced(nld, el', t, iat, t,, iag uver rLU.itU ories. or sall at a leu I ili is. Slie L.ouvre Restaurantl. 'lhe French restaurant in the Louvre eafe, on Main street, is becoming decidedly popular. Oscar Grimm, who is well known as one of the best chefs in Hele.a, is the proprietor, and pjirsonrelly supt-rviees every thirng. '1 e best If menats rnd all delicacies of the market carefully saleted are cooked to order. Fine imnpo ted ulehac~es, includ ing the best ch.,'ese, are always on hand. Satistactory attention is guaranteed to al. customers. Invitation to Odd I ellows ofr Helena. You are cordially invited to be present and participate in the grand Fourth of July celebration to be held in this city. Come nou have a good timell. Moteaivia Li,,i:, No. 24. I. O. O. F. Gi.oil his-l,. S.cretary. Great Northern Excurelon. July 2. 3 and 4 the Great Northern will sell tIckets to points within a distance of :300 miles of IHelena at one and one-fifth fare for the round trip. IJ. HI. Lai.el, Gen'I Ticket Agt. I Ireworks! On Monday, July 4, we will retail fire works at TO) per cent less than the Consoli dated Fireworks Co.'s pricey. Our store will be open from six a. in. to 11 a. in. lINItY & Co. F'resh 1.1 Ilk. Milk by the glass, fresh every morning and evening between the hours of sir and eight n. m. and five and seven p. m., corner Iodney and Fifth avenue. I)ASNIl. IsIIHNSyN. Ite r ,,lni. Miss Stevens Ias removed her millinery establishment from 24 North Main to the I)enver block, Broadway. hee ad. in Sun day's INlrv:ee tn'ro. Stase for WIf (Creek and (raig. Sitage will leave Payne's hotel for Wolf Oreek and Craig to-day at one o'Olock. ?ZEtSUNAL Miss Eie Morris is vilsting friends in Bouller. Frank Reasebr of Victor, was iL Helena yesterday. J. C. Tipton arrived in Ielena yeeterdav from Whit.e $lphUr Springs. a. N. Sutton and J . #Ine le, of Great Falls, are at the Grand Central. F. E. Tibbettc, of Mope, Idaho, IS among the guests at the Grand Central. A. J. Sullivan is spending a pleaseant vacation with his father, lion. Jame SBulli van. H. O. Miller, for Omaha,:was among the departures over the Union Paoitlo yester day. Hen. W. M. Blikford, of the board of World's fair managers for Montana, is at The Helena. Among visitors from Butte at the Helena are L. E. Holmes, Mrs. G. W. Gunn and Mrs. Charles. Mrs. Davies, of Anaconda, with her daughter and son, were at the Grand Cen tral yesterday. A number of East Helena people were in the city yesterday. Among them were E. L. Howman, W. W. Johnson, T. B. Grand, Miss Grand and J. H. Smith, J. D. Cries, of Brooks Bros, Chicago, manufnoturers and jobbers of boots, shoes and robbers, met an old schoolmate yester day in Helena in the person of Deputy. Sheriff Dyer. F. W. Weaner, proesident of the Helena Wheelmen's club, left for the east last night via the Northern Pacific, for a short visit. He was escorted to the depot by the members of the club on their wheels. Mrs. C. . Blaoh, for Chicago, Mrs. Frances Fitz and Miss F. Fit, for Minneapolis, E. A. Prense and D. C. Shepard. for St. Paul, F. H. Forbes and Mre. S. K. Davis. for Bar atoga, N. Y., Peter Schultz, for Antwerp, Blelgium, were among the departures via the Northern Pacific yesterday. Will Arrive To-Day. The following passengers will arrive at Helena to-day at 1:35 on the Northern express:Miss Frances Jurtens, Miss Maggie Kinnan, Mr. J. Willson, Mr. Clark Day. Arrlvals at The Helena. ('has (H Hlamilton.Phil- F W "White. San Fran athqlphia, cli.'. F A Blarlow, City. WIm J Fuchs. City. A E, Voazie. City. L ti P'helps, (ity. Carl Potter, hirago. John t'Neil, Deer LE Hlolmes, butte. Lodge. Mlr1s , W Gunu. Butte. ) (' Miller, City. J P Fortwofd, wile and Ii 1) ul, .ol hicago. daughter, Louisville, iH B Iiickford, Mis Ky soOlla. IV J Gunnin . t. Paul. 11 It trr. ,ivingston. IHenry \W roote and G(u B Child, City. wife. City. B B Oppenheimer. D W Corbett. New Portland. York. Wm ( Gosseyn, Ta J is Tookur, ('ity. coma. J H Gates. St. Paul. J L' Monahan, Joffer L leitman. White Sul- scn. phur Spring's. iev J D H1 Burn' Bel dore, N. J. Arrival ast the Grand Central. W H DH Iickinson, Mis- E T Sperry. Glendive. soulas. BE Tibbtse. liope. J W .\atson, city. J N Aborrombie, East Mrs J N Aborcrombie, Helena. East Helena. It MI Davies, Marshall. F A Waugh. city, It I) McLane, Marys Miss Nellie 1euel, East ville. Helena. H F Lindolph, East J H Smith. Fast Helena Helena. HP Murray, Empire. Geo lFrost and niece, W It Murray. lMarypvillo. W W Martin, Trinity. A W Wilkins, Living tF P Murray. Comet. ston. Wm Will, Ilendive. Mrs Davies. Anaconda. Mies Davies. Anaconda. Master I avies. Frank Rossburg. Victor B D Bathrick. city. Miss Neollie Deville, E L Bowman. East Duluth. Helena. W W Johnson. Fast Mrs Johnson, East Heleona llelna. TBG tiand. East Helena lMrs 1eT 1 Grand, East Miss Girnd. " " elena. T (' Glora, city. Mrs T C (ilora, city. F H Harris, Livinostun John Gorman. Fitte John I icor. l'ittsburg. burg. H K Bushnell, city. P L lathrick, city. H J \ ickman. Living- J C Tipeton. White Sul ston, phur Springs. A J Abbey, Mentor. C N Sutton. (ireat Falls J B Leslie. Great Falls. F: B Hosonm, city. J W Watson, city. J t'hamiberlamn, White iuilphi;r Springs. The New Merchants. Operated by the Merchants Hotel com pany, now begs to announce that its rooms are open for the reception of uests. Roonis will be offered to transient guests at $1.25 per day (parlor floor), $1 per day (tui d floor), 75 cents per day (fourth floor). Ex tra for more than one occupant. All mod ern improvements, steam heat, electric light, return electric call bell system, and sunshine in every guest chamber. Brussels and velvet carpets used exclusively through out the house. Uffioe, elegant bar and billiard room, cigar stand and palatial bar bar shop on first floor. DINING ROOsM RE-OPENED. The dining room in this hotel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Misses Nagle, who are prepared to fur nish board. Meals 50 cents. Fourth of July hates. On account of the Fourth of July, 1892, the Northern Pacific railroad will make a rate of a fare and one-fifth for the round trip between all stations in Montana within a radius of 300 miles. Tickets on sale July 2, 3 and 4, good to return until July 5, A. D. EDARn, Gen'l Agt. Fireworks! Fireworks! Fireworks! For sale at Quang Hing & Co.'s, China town. Lowest price for the best quality. Orders by mail prompt attention. IIELENA IN BIIE'. Jnckson's music store. Bailey block. 3All ERI).). SAL TE I-HTiRAYER--- Wdl esday evening, June L9, l.a. at tlie residence of tr o bride's parents, No. :.0 North R ,dney street, Miss lerta itrayor, of lIelena. was married to Mr. J. It. falter, ,f Bozeman, lMont., by i. L. Cook, lpastor of C.ntral Church of ('hrir. BABCOCK'S STRAW HATS. NEGLIGEE SH IRTS N E w S D E Patent Collars and Best Fitting BABCOCK & CO., Ielena I atters atl IFanlsers I Bltte SPEGIAL REBUGTION SALE We place on sale this week a choice assortment of new SSilk Flouncings, Dress Nets, Figured Chiffons and Trimming Laces at unprecedented low prices. Also an elegant collec tion of Lace Curtains in Irish Point, Nottingham, Swiss Tam bours and Real Laces at great reductions from regular prices. HALF PRICE SALE Dress Patterns, Wrappers and Dresses, We are still offering a choice variety of Imported Dress Patterns at exactly half price--$12.00 patterns at $6.00, $15.00 patterns at $7.50, and $20.00 patterns at $10.00. Also our entire stock of Ladies' Dresses, Wrappers, Tea Gowns and Shirt Waists at less than cost. * * . INSPECTION INTTITED. * * . SANDS BROTHERS. . . . . . I Anglers' Outfits. You are not in it if you purchase your Fly Hooks, Rods, Reel, Line, Creel Fly Book, Leader Box or Waders before you come in and inspect my stock, which you will fnd not only the largest, but the best selected in all the details of a first-class stock of goods, in the city. Prices are right, and according to the quality. There is no misrepresentation as to quality. All kinds of rod mountings in stock. Bicycle Sundries, Gune, Revolvers, Ammunition, and general stock of Sporting Goods. M. H. Bryan, Gun Store, 103 BROADWAY. HELENA. The oldest Fruit and Pro-d tablishod 18. dane Mouse in onna. ablished 1888 LINDSAY & CO. -DEALERB IN Fruit and Produce. HIELENA,MMONTANA. Bhipping altogether in car tots from first hands we are always in aposition to fill all orders for fruit and produce in any quantity at bottom prices. Dealers should send for our price list of Fireworks and other Fourth or July Uoods. MING'S OPERA HOUSE, J. C. RlEMINGTON, Manager. ..... GREAT HOLIDAY FUN. . ... TWO NIGHTS ONLY i MONDAY, TUESDAY, First time in this city. JULY 4-5. The linfge Laughing Success of the East MR. CHARLES FROHMAN'S COMPANY, - -- -- IN ----- S TIE QUEEN OF COMEDIES THE QUEEN OF COMEDIES. TILE QUEEN OF COMEDIES. __ - AS PRESENTED - IMt timen at the ta, lit.nn Siear Garden, N. Y l0ot iisi ii, ttoto's, I'hiadol,l.a. Washingto and C(hi ago 4(41 tinm.s ii l.oudon England. Same ('omplete C;ari Here as in New York. •**.Jane will ie prec,,,tl,, A by tle Now York IerraIl GREAT ole-actl rize play, ua- DOUBLE HILL. ,tied C(IjUMS. `ato -ecured in advance at Pope & O'Connor'e dr ,r,, Saturday, July 2. A. .. Sandberg, D NTIST. (1 ,re lack & Bandberg.) I ('.tio. in liale's Block. South Main Btreet Finest gold crowns, gold fIlings gold bridges, and tall other braneLes of modern dentistry. Ar tifitial teeth equal0 to the bt and ascheap as the cheboest. Nitrons Oxide for painless ocers dons. Alie dealer I. Dental Supplies sad la esrameets as eatora esatalogue prioes. NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS TA.BLE UNSURPASSED. All white cook. temployed. Room arid hoard, '$t.GO per week; per lmonth, $25 at PAYNE'S HOTEL. SCHOOL DISTRICTS contemplating Issuing Bonds or building School Houses, will find it to their interest to correspond with me. I have purchased more School Bonds in Montana dur ing the past year than all other bond houses combined. Am pre pared to advance money for the erection of School Houses in ad. vance of the issue of bonds. Will purchase all classes of Bonds, State, County and City War rants. Correspondence solicited. H. B. PALMER, 10 Edwards St., Helena, Mont. A PERFECT FOOT Is as rare a thing as there Is in the universe. Tight and uncom fortable SHOES have ruined many a neat foot, and soured many sweet dispositions. HEALTH IS HURT also by wearing tight and ill-fitting SHOES, a fact to which we call your earnest attention. Don't be prevailed upon by pursuasion or influenced by false no tions of style to punish yourselt with uncomfortable footwear. OUR SHOES WILL FIT YOU and aid in preserving health and temper. There is a volume of truth in this statement, and you should investigate it. MCLARE & AN Montana Shoe Co. To Mly Frignls and Pa'rons: I have entered into a partnership arrangement with Prof. I. Aronson, M. 0., graduate of Chicago Opthal mic College. We expect to locate in our protession in Spokane Falls, Wash., not later than the 10th of July. If your eyes need any atten tion, call before that date. DR. H. L. KING. At The Steinmetz Jewelry Co. ARTIIUl G. LOMBAIRD *CIVIL ENGINEER. No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERVOIRS, CANALS and IRRIGATION WORK A.-6EGIALTY. TO THE CITIZENS OF HELENAL From this day on I am prepared to clean out vaults in all parts of the city. Have gone to consider. able expense to get up improved pumps and tanks suitable for the work. Our charges will be reason able and we solicit the patronage of the public. Helena Vault Co. Address all orders to City Fostoflet, Cemtery Work. Personm desiring Heed Stones. Monuments, (opinl. PIats, eto.. from Native Oranite. which is equal to the best A merican or ForoItn product. can procure estimates from the undersirued. Wm. Harrison, Stone Merchant 518 Herrleon AV., Bolel., Mont. WORKS AT BAIENDALE, MONTANA. Spokane Loan Office F. Feldman & Co.. 1it South blat stret. buy Iad mdl asmood band elhihslg, le. I~o a he boee men rot oea eaddnes th.