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MANY VISITORS COMING,
Odd Fellows on Their Way to Port. land Will Be in Helena To.Morrow. To Be Met at the Depot sUd Enter tained by Local Members of the Order. Reeeption at the Auditorlam and Viilt to the iroadwsatr--Lit of Delegates to the Meetoing. To-morrow a large delegation of eastern representatives to the sovereign grand lodge, I. O. O. F., will arrive in Helena on their way to the meeting at- Portland, and will be entertained by their Helena breth ren during their stay in the oity. Grand Representative S. I. Stone will meet the party at Lmvingston and escort them through the park and up to Helena. On their arrival at the Northern Pacifie depot they will be met by a reception contmittee consisting of Messrs. Geo. Boos, Col. T. P. Sterling, M. Ballard, Judge Hunt, Dr. O.K. Cole, Dr. Baullard, J. Loeb, H1 B. -.Ssith, ex-Gov. Leslie and Torn MackIness. The party will take carriages and, under the es cort of Canton BoShuyler Colfax and the several Helena lodges, be taken to the Au ditorium, where addresses of welcome will be delivered by the mayor and Junde Hunt eand responded to by the grand sire and others. After the exeroises at the Audito rium the party will again take carriages anal be driven through the city. At the conclusion of the drive they will proceed to the Hotel Broadwater and enjoy them. selves in the plunge and looking over the beanuiful grounds, until it is time for the train to depart early the same evening. Following are the names of the ofliears of the sovereign grand lodge: Charles M. Bushes, grand sire, Raleigh, N. C.; C. T. Campbell, deputy grand sire, London, Ont.; Theodore A. Rose, grand secretary, Columbus. O.; Isase Sheppard, grand treasurer, Philadelphia; George Co burn, assistant Erand secretary, Columbuse O.; Rev, J. W. Venable. grand chaplain, Hopkinsville. Ky.; A. C. Carle, grand mar shal, Covington, O.; Alexander Guthrie, grand guard, Hockesain, Del.: E. A. Kelly, grand messenger, Seattle, Wash. .The names of the grand representatives tGthe sovereign grand lodge, as far as re ciived, are as follows: 'Alabama-Hal C. Weaver, Oliver J. Bemmes. George L. Waller. Arkansas-James P. Woolsey, Louis C. Lincoln, J. B. Friedhbim. British Columbia-B. W. Shiles, Henry Waller, E. Quennell. California-John Gleason, James G. Ma guire, Samuel B. Smith, Arthur P. Morse. Colorado-C. E, Waldo, ConradSchaefer, Adolph Donath, J. W. Ratliff. Connecticut-Frederic S. Hunt. George H. Cowell, Frank J. King, James E. Camp. Delaware-E. W. Cooper, James H. Ap pleby, George C. Morton. District of Columbla-Frederio A. Stier, William P. Allan, Richard A. McLean. Florida-N. C. Pettit, Thomas C. Wat son. Georgia-Charles H. Dorsett, C. A. RDobbe. Idaho-P. M. Bruner, C. W. Wernick. D. W. Figgine. Illinois-James 1. Miller, R. W. Wheat ley, Walter E. Carlin, William H. Cracker. Indiana--C. C. Binkloy, W. B. Leedy. Lawrence Gates, S. P. Stroup. Iowa-James K. Powers, Wm. Masson, J. C. Longueville, W, B. Temple. Kansas-A. P. Riddle, A. L. Voorhis, Geo. T. Baven, Thos. Moonlight. Kentucky-R. G. Elliott, J. Frank Grant, Wm. W. Morris, A. J. Reed. Louisiana-A. J. Risks. Joseph Voestie. Lower Provinces-W. H. Weatherspoon. Maine-Russell G. Dyer, W. E. Plummer, Wm. H. Austin, N. Feasenden. Manitoba-John Dodimead, L. M. More, John Erzinger. Maryland-John E. Plemmer, Jr., John Mi. Jones. Jame3 H. Downs. James Young. Massachusetts-Alfred 8. Pinkerton, Charles B. Dunkerton, Francis E. Merri man. Michigan-Charles H, Haskin, Geo. Dean, Andrew D. Cruikehank. Wm. W. Owen. Minnesota-Wallace G. Nye, W. R. John son, Gideon S. Ives, S. nG Bruce. Mississippi-William H. Strickland, Wiley N. Nash, Isaac D. Blumenthal. Missouri-Thomas P. Rixey, E. R. Ship ley, C. B. Harris, J. B. Jewell. Montana-S. Irvine Stone, Andrew Logan, Henry Asmuseen. Nebraska-George N. Bosle, J. S. Hong land, F. B. Bryant, George B. Cutting. Nevada-B. F. Riley, C. H. Mack, Charles Ferraris. New Hampshire-Thomas Gifford, see end, John W. Bourlet, Albert R. Junkin, William J. Fernald. New Jersey-William H. lssard, August Orassmnnn, Thomas R. Blackwood, J. Bar ton Smith. New Mexico-C. L. iHbbe. New York-John W. Stebbins, Edgar Whitlock, Jacob Dilcher. North Caroliua-W. A. Bobbitt, John F. Bruton, Cornelius B. Edwards. " North Dakota-H. J. Howe. A. B. Herriek, William Hart. Ohio--John L. McKinney, J. R. Miloes Franklin Ellis, Henry E. Frost. Ontario-W. H. Cole, D. H. Moore, John A. Macdonald. Oegon--George H. Burnett, Peter P. Gates, R. Alexander, A. D. Hoelman. Pennsylvania-Franels W. Rea, Robert E, Wright, M. Richards Muekle, Henry Steuer angel. Quebec-D. J. Dickson, Rhode Island--Eugene H. Lincoln, Peter J, Trumpler. James A, Davis, Allen C. Griffith. South Carolina-N. W. Trump. South Dakota-U. S. Basford, Abbott G. nmith, Georae W. Mathews. Tennessee-John J. Coile, John L. Nolen, dames J. Avdelott. exasne-C. A. Keller, T. W. Wiley, Fred carleton. Utah-J. J. Thomas. Alexander Rouars. Vermont-Myron J. Horton. J. W. Good. ell, N. M. Puffer, J. K. Edgerton. Virginia-Jalmes B. Blanks, W. F. Larra bee, A. B. Bowermng. Washington--O. C. White, C. A. Has brouk, J. M. Dougan. J. M. Stout. West Virginia-BSamuel A. Steele, God frey Schul, John W. Dosworth, A. O. H. Holy. Wisconsin--H. E. Huxley, H. E. Dickin sorr, B. J. Dngdale, Thomas Telford. Wyoming-W. L. Kuyendall, Lharles T. Krrlip. l -e 215 people altogether on the by the Kalir will arrive here to-morrow. plaintiff, an~devery section of the United cent per annum fro. date by rrreason of p long and vexatiously Pd tickets. but evrys can said g ode, wares andrtYa t. Is parr n breen furnished to dcl' until heir1. .. .itta instance and request; ._ udgment will be renran for sale-- acod H. Sharpa, the abhrvo Stroet. the sum of sixty-eay and interest at 10 pet to esee the drisrla of January slet, t1i2, an S. ,. lirhers' grand behalf expended. iday Feplt. 1 aid 1i. Given under my It September, A. D. 189lbpe.lng. i. Justice of the Peane goods, French B. H. aIr'weIt, Att'y. fohers, new trim BSaturday, Sept. tion in goods, NOTICE TO CREDITOIRS KIEMIErY, - rvan Mat rle. dotaed. lens, blont. Notice bs hsehry gIlven l the u,-. mlnistrlatrix ,f the estatrI ,f as in, short deceased to lire r rditr or aprirey en hibct thom. with tic, ii,.,,., ry . a l c taur oalthtll after rite nrrct llbrrr tie. t,. the I.it adlrlruitrahtrlrrhr at popular inatheoity rf HIelena, MecntaL ks rlace ftorl t trasation o-- -rlad Ite. in tIe ocnty ,r IA Admlnitralrtrr of ,.vra M/ JHltsdtel. 1g, 18,.i. CHANCE FOR CHEAP STOCK. After two Days the Opportunity Will rfave Paured. Th those people who invest in mining stocks, either for the sake of the dividends or for speenlation purpe)9e, there is a good opportunity offered by the Mineral Land Development company of this city. The company was Ineorporated in 1881, with a capital of $2,0o,000 in $5 shares. Its ob jecta are not the purchase and 6peration of latenI for their otput,p but the develop ment of minlin properties, acquired either by urchase or held under bond and their sale to other partles. 'hough young the company has bee very ueeemul., and has already raid a dividend of 10 ents a share, and next month will pay another of like amount, Next year the offioere say they will pay four dividends, each of 10 oents a share. The stook has ben selling for $1 a share but after Sept. 15 the price will be raised tg$4 a share, $1 loes than the par value. Helena people will have to-day and to-morrow, however, to buy at $1 a share. and that will be their last opportunity. The office of the company are in the Granite blook, anud those who are inter ested should call on I)aniel Simpson, the general manager. Intending investors will be given every opportunity to thoroughly investigate the affairs of the company and thus satisfy themselves of its resposibil ity. The offioers are: Gen. C. Curtis, president; M. M. Hotter, vice-president; W. M. G. Settles, seretary; A. U; Nelson, treasurer; D. Simpson; general mazager. Wanted-Table boarders at 806 North Warren etreet 'Th prettiest slIver chatelaine watches in the stare at the Helena Jewelry Cao. atcher & Bradiey amre headquonarters for all the latest dosigns and material for faney work. lheir pisces are always the lowest. AMUSEMENTS. Of a benefit concert given to Mr. Beeves, of the American band, by his admirers, which included Mr. Patrick Gilmore and his famous band from New York, the Port land (R. 1.) Journal has the following: Nothing in the way of a popular coneert has beel given here this season that nur passed or even equaled in most features the concert provided by these, the two fore most bands in the country. It was entirely proper that the concert should be opened by Reeves' most popular soloist. Mr. Church rarely appears without having to respond to an encore, and last night was no exception. In the fantasie by the full band, which followed, the characteristics of the rolk-song and music of England, Ireland and Scotland, were interpreted with delightful insight. The imitation of the Scotch bagpipes by the clarinets was very clever and amusing. The baton was trans ferred by Mr. Gilmore to Mr. Reeves for the "Col. Matthews" march, which was performed by the united bands. It is a Reeves' composition, and this work has the peculiar marching and insupring qualities that distinguish his writings. We have the largest line of sapphire and dia mond mountings in the city. helena Jewelry Co. The Bee Hive has a large line of decorating bunting and flas at reasonable prices. onusehold and kitchen furniture for sale at 418 horth Beattie street. ANNUAL STATEMENTS. Accounts of Business Still oming In From the Companies. The following annual statements were re ceived at the county clerk's office yesterday: Fraser & C'almers, of Chicago, incor porated. Liabilities, capital stock $1.500, 000; bonds, $1,250,000; bills payable, $231, 757.72; accounts payable, $283,182.15; re serve fund; $114,812.40. Total, $3,379,752.33. Assets, real estate and buildings, $856,829. 36; merchandise, machinery and t attern stook, eto., $1.665,409.68; office furniture and fixtures, $20,204.12; cash, government bonds, ete., $82,698.86; bills receivable, $69, 729.85; accounts receivable, $714,880.46. Total, $3.379,752.33. Indebtedness is se cured by first mo tgege on property. Steele, Hindson & Co., inacorporated. Capital stock, $25,000; actually paid in, $6,510; Inidebtedness, $5,161.58. The Providence Trust company, of Spo kane, Wash. Capital stook, $500,000 of whioh $100,000 is actually paid in; assets $308,536.90, coesisting of cash, real estate. notes and mortgage bonds; liabilities, $190,976.99. Go to the Bee Hive for your underwear and heelery. Full lines on hand and new goods ar riving daily. rall line of yarns. worsteds, embroidery silks and materials for fancy work at Butcher di Bradley's. 105 Broadway. HIv. CUT HIS THROAT. Suielde of a IMan Who Had Been Em played by the Drum Lummoa. %- Coroner Rockman was called to Marye ville Sunday to hold an inquest on the body of A. P. Peterson, who out his throat last Saturday with a razor. Peterson had been employed in the Drum Lummon mill, but was discharged about two weeks ago. His money had about run out, and on Saturday he was refaced a edit. This seemed to freshly depress him, and he went to his room in the hotel. About 2:80 some one happened to look in and eaw Peterson lying on the floor, while at his side lay a razor covered with blood. He had made a clean job of it, severing the wind-pipe. The verdiot was in accordance with the above, and the funeral was held Sunday afternoon. The man was about thirty-three years of age and unmarried. On next Thursdly and Friday, Sept. 15 and 16. at Mrs. S. A. Fister's grand opening, will be reen one of the rarest and most elegant dispiays of millinery ever brought to Helena. Go to The Bee Hive for one of their silk urn. brell", only $1.10. Degree of eonor. Mount Helena lodge No. 1 D. of H. will hold their meetings every second and foirth Wednesday in the month. There will be a regular meeting Sept. 14 at the A. O. U. W. hall at eight o'clock sharp. Visiting sisters and brothers are cordially invited. Mas. BELL ADAMS, Chief of Honor. CLAUDIE MARTIN, Recorder. Baby iRuth Shottisrho and liaby McKee Polka are two of the latest piteo out in the Musical Monthly, at the tlie kiivn. 'rico 15 cents. Newest and latest deigns in tamrId pillow and table .cvers at Butcher & Btradley a. lnform tlon Wanted. The addresses of James E. anti Dennis E. O'Neill (brothers), formerly from Milwau kee county, Wis., are desired for their finanotal benefit. They are about 550 and 48 years old, rather large, were in United States army, and afterward mining, rail roading, etc., in Colorado, Montana and other western states. Information suitably rewarded. Address Peter Doyle, attorney at law, Milwaukee, Wis. Ilil line of ladine' and children's hosiery to arrive this week, at special sale prices at The lson Hive. DRPRICE.S g Baking Powder Used in Millions of HoeS..-o Years the Standsu THEY MOVED THE FLUMES Alleged Mallolous Destruction of' Property on a Missouri River Placer Claim. Justio Fllesoher's Jurlsdlotlon to Be Teated in the Die triot court. The Title to the Ground Is In Dispute and I Claimed by an English syndicate. BSept. McCauley, who represents an Eng lish syndicate, had William H. Mackey and Joseph H. Widmar arrested for malicious destruction ofproperty last week. Wm.Wal lace, Jr., who is counsel for them, said that the trouble grows out of a conflict over the title to some placer mining ground on the Missouri river. A few days ago the Eng lish company put up a liIe of flumes over the disputed ground. These were removed from their positions by Mackey and Wid ner. They were arrested on a warrant issued by Justice Fleiasher, charging them with malicious destruetion of property. The defendants were released on their own recognizance to appear before the justice yesterday. Before the time set for the hearing Mackey and Widmer's attorneys obtained a writ of review in the district court before Judge Hunt, alleging that Jus tice Fleisoher had exceeded his jullidiction. The writ is returnable before Judge Hunton Wednesday. A suit is now pending in the district court over the title to the ground. SUPREME COURT. An Appeal From Jerferson County by the Montana Wood Company. The Montana Wood company filed an appeal yesterday in the supreme court from an order overruling a motion for a new trial made at Boulder. The company was sued by John McDonald, P. Scallon, E. Moeorley, James Vasser, Kitty L. Harlow, Frank Harlow, George D. Green and Thomas Joyes. The c.mpany alleges that the plaintiffs attempted to take up and locate 160 acres of mineral lands which they called the Landlook Placer and that but one aiscovery of gold was made prior to bringing the suit. The company alleges that during the winter of 1890 and 1891 it furnished railroad ties to the Montana Central railway, having con tracts with a number of men who were paid eight cents for each tie. Some of the men out timber growing; on the Landlook placer claim. The plaintiffs commenced their snit and got a verdict for $1,648.49 and $148.90 costs and a perpetual injunction. In the application of James Farrell for a writ of habeas corpus to secure the custody of his two young daughters, the motion for a rehearing was denied without prejudice to institute another proceeding in any con t that will entertain jurisdiction of the same matter. Joseph Horsky, Jr., respondent, vs. Patrick Moe an. Set for hearing on Mon day, Sept. 206, at 10 a. m. State ex rel Louise Shapley, petitioner, vs. Commissioners of Yellowstone county. Set for hearing on Sept. 15 at 10 a. m. Adjourned until Sept. 15 at 10 a. m. District Court. Department No. 1: Montana Lumber Company vs. Whalen & Grant et al. De murrer of school board sustained. Montana Catholio Missions vs. Lewis and Clarke county. Demurrer of the defendant sustained. American National Bank vs. F. E. Thieme. Leave granted John MaClough lin to intervene. The following were admitted to citizen ship: A. R. McKenzie and William J. Cook, of Canada; David Cowper. or Soot land; Joseph Jons, of England; Charles Marquart, of Germany. United States Courts. Judge Hiram Knowles returned from Missoula last evening and opened court at 7:80 p. m., and then adjourned until this morning when some business on the calen dare will be taken up. New veilings, ruehings and ribbons at The Bee Hive at bedrock prices. New line of ladies' and children's linen and silk haadterchietf at Blutcher & Bradley's. 105 Broadway. Closing outntsae of seummer goods at The lee Hive. Bummer geoods of all kinds must go. aunmnel K. Davis' Spent at INVESTMENT aTooaL. Iron Mountain. 'he best and safest in vestment of any dividend paying mine in the United States. Record, $120.000 divi dends paid the last seven months, over 40 per cent per annum, with three years oie in eight. Lots large and emall at bottoml prices. Bald Botte. The best gold mine so far I developed in Montana. One block 5,0001 shares and a few swemall lots that are a safe investment. Bi.Metallic Extensinn (Philipsbug). Has . the Bi-Metallia and Granite leads. As a safe speculative investment is recom- ' mended. Cumberland (Castle). One 10.000 shares block for sale at a piae. 'The late deveo!- I opments would warrant the purchase of I this block as a speculative investment. A free-milling gold property near Helena tor sale. The developments show this to bh the cheapest property offered in this mar ket. ononla 2 .ud 27, Bailer blolk. Grand 'pening at Mrs. S.A. Fisher'e Thurs dlay end triday, Sulet. 15 and Il. A few more baby carrisges left atll he les Hive at Si. 81.21 and Sl; beIng eseaper Sthan thicago, ricees. i. A. R. For .Washington. Bound trip rate $064.50, Helena to Wash inuton and return, via yait Lake, Denve·, Omaha or Kansas City. Tickets on sale Sept. 11 to 17 incleusive, limited for return to Oct. 12. No change of cars at Pocatello. Berths recerved through to Chicago and tbhe east. Unioun Pacific ohoe No. 28 North Main street, Helena, Mont. H. (). WILsoN, F eiaht and Passe. Agent. Odontunder applied to the gums for painlesas extrsetioa of teeth. Plositively uspain. Dr. Ckilmiln, denlteist, lxiih ave. eud ,Meio. llemembor that The liee iive is the lender or low prices and that they brook no coump.tition. Searndinnavies, Attention. Soondinavirne who are interested in the people's party movement are requested to meet at the people's party hall. over Mon tana Savings bank, Tuesday, Sept. 13, at eight o'olock p. m., for the purpose of or gamizing a scandinavian people's party club. THIE MONTANA FOUNTAIN. It Is Decdled to Maske It a Lewis and flarleo Affair. At a meeting of the Lewis and Clarke olaumblian assoolatio yesterday, the com mittee to whom was referred the matter of i~e Montana fountain at the World's fair, rsported that a11 the designs submitted sers too cumbersome for what they thoght rould be the pasn allowed. The commit e* bad concluded to write to the arobitect fore psusing on spy of the designl . The uaeetion of making the fountain a state flair or a Lewis aud Clarke affair, was dis euNed at considerable leagth. The general ontlment appeared to be that it was a ousti matter. Mrs. J. KL Toole and Mrs. . 0. Botkln were appointed a committee to arrange for anso entertainment on Oct. 11, the proceeds to go toward constrctling he fountain. A committee was also ap ponlated to try to get the Montans artlete, Is well as outside artfste who have paint ils of Montana snery, to loan them to Lde exhibition. ilasgow les thread. .O-rard spool, lOo-the est thread for crocheting-at utholer & Brad --itel lace wraps are being sacrificed at The Ue 1 ll'el. Oe sure and see them. Look at thon handsome sapphlms at the Hel ens Jewelry (o. ,Ladles, Attention. Before purchasing any other sewing ma chine call and examine the "Davis." the beat machine made. Starrook & Brown, agentse large new line tof infants' fet cp lust re eicd at flutcher& lBrallly's, 105 Broadway. L.dle.' Je.rey ribbed ste, very cool and aomn eorable to wear, only 10o at The lie lHive. WALLEN,-Jn llena, I.ept. 12. at 9:20 a. m.. Etta, wife of amauel WaTlens Born April I8, Funeral to-day at two o'clock from the resi dence, No. I9, North Ridaey street. Friends and ecquatntanoee are respectfully invited. Montana Lodge No. 1, 1.. O. o. Meets every Tuesday. A reglr meetingof Montana Lodge No. 1 wih be held at Odd Fellowd PTemple (Jackson street entrance) this evening. Visitiang members are cordially welcomed. CRAB. H. BRAY, N. G. EIL KLUOL Eecretary. Ivy Lodge No. 24, D. of P. Mtees every Tuesday. A reular meetg of the above h odge will h held th ais_ evening, attheir Csstie all, ., U. W. hall, .Parch.en block. ýMem bere of sister lodges are cordially invited to attend. F. J. IDWARDS, C. C. W. C. RIDDLE. K. of rI. and . COSMOPOLITAN e e HOTEL AND RtESTAURANT. Why Is the Coemoporite m the Leadllng Hotel ? First--Onr rates are reasonable, $1.26 and $1.50 per day. Siecond-We give a first-class service for the money. Third--Meals are served at all hours, day end ni ht. Fourth-The dining room is preeided over by ,bltgling lady waiters. Fifth--You an order what you want and pay for what you et. ixith--onu o not have to help pay the hotel ddIq heats' bills. as our terms are rstrictly cavh. .leventh-Electric ars pass the house every 15 mimnutes. ightbh-And last, if you will find one man that ays theose are not all facts we will give you a ive-carat Montana Sapphire. H. C. IC, lURGOAItD, PROPRIETOB. 115 Sixth Hloule .trios., A3venutho e e DEALErR IN e a Sawed anld Split Cord Wood \Vood suwod to order by steam. ('all and ex amine anti order your wt d before winter tets in. Satisfartion guaranteed. 'lT'elehone 142. CATCH 'EM. You begin to appreciate what good gro. eeries are when you get bad service. Look sharply after what goes into the kitchen and you can take it for granted that the east of the house will have little fault to ind. Loose methods can ensily cause a good deal more t'oable than purposes which are indirect and doubtful. The dealer whose methods are not above orlti ienm knows better than to go too far; the dealer, who is loose im his methods may easily Rive you infinitely more annoyance. Dur ruling prineiples are these: Prompt attention, personal supervision, straight lorward methods. first-lass goods and prices well within the reach of all. TURNER & Co. STEELE, HINDSON & CO. - JOBBERS OF flay, rain, Flour, Fed, Rolled Oats, COIN MEAL, POTATOES, ETC. Storage and Commission Merchants. Consign. met Bs olicted. Wholesale agotes for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone No 10. 1322 Bozeman St. Near N. P. Passenger Depot. ARTIIUR A, .IOMIHAnTD, *CIVIL* ENGINEER. No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RRESRtVOI RP, e0ANALK AND IRRIGATION WORKo A SPECIALTY. he eldet frit and Pr Estatllhed doe. lIo1.. In Montlana. LINDSAY & CO. -DIAl.IEItS IN FRUIT AND PRODUCE MELlENA. MONTANA. Califerala rtels, Waterenetels, and alt kiads of Produce resewlved tI ear late. )Dealers throughout Montana plaelag thele atasdtlg orders for fruit with ns eas rely on the fiest Irutl ebtalaable, at the lwlw u aot paries T. G. POWER & GO., Montana Agents for the world renowned Walter A. Wood Har. vesting Machinery, Single Apron Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Hand implements of every description. Schuttler and Rushiord Wagons, etc. Send for circulars. The Helena Jewelry Go., " " DBALERS IN * a MONTANA SAPPHIRES LOOSE AD. Watchmakers, Jewelers end Engravers. Manufacturers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASH PIERCE, MANAGER. ONLY A FEW COPIES LEFT. IHE MINERAL STATISTICS FOR 1891. mliUatistics of the Engineering and Mining Journal are pub .llC p er before those collected by the Government, and are the oe t ioal reports obtainable. See thy Annual Statistical Number of The Engineering and Mining Journal. AN INDISPENSABLE BOOK OF REFERENCE. Send Your Orders Before the Supply Is Exhauste, x ONLY 50c A COPY. BOUND IN FLEXIBLE CLOTH, $1. iHE SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS. 27 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK MONBY TO LOAN. m hIproved Farms and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OP INTEREST. STEELE& CLEMENTS BOULBER HOT SPRINGS, BOULDER, MONTANA. Mlusic and Dancing Every Night During the Summer ADDRESS G. G. BECKWITIH, MANAGER. Ladies' Shirt Waists. You BDon't Need To go to Chicago or New York to secure the greatest Bargains ever offered by the dry goods trade. You Be Need To secure one of our elegant $1.75 Sateen Shirt Waists which we will sell for only $1 for this week. You Will Need To come to our store early Monday morning to secure just the size and style you want. We have only 20 dozen, and the sizes will soon be broken. FOWLES' CASH STORE WE CLOSE AT 6 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAYS.