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HOMES FOR SETTLERS.,
Pr-lamatlon Issued Yesterday That Will Delight the People of Billings. Nearly Two Million Aores of the Crow Reserves Thrown Open to Settlement. ProvlIlnue of the Agreement Opentln It htowing Who May Take Advantage of the Chanee. After a good many months hard work and and a great delay and disappointment word was received in Helena yestelday that the west end of the Crow reserve had been thrown open to settlement. The ceded por tion lies west of a line drawn south from a point about ten miles east of Billings, fol lowing the water shed south to a point fi teen miles north of the Wyoming line, thence east to the Big Horn river, thence south to the Wyoming line. The ceded lands comprise about 1,800;000 sares. The Indians who had settled on it were allowed to take land on another part of the reserve, and in addition $200,000 more was given the Crews for their irrigation canal. F. H. Foster, of Billings, clerk and recorder of Yellowstone county, has worked very hard to have the land thrown open, and to him a great deal of the atedit for the successful outcome is due. Oct. 10 Commodore T. C. Power sent the following telegram to fisoretary Noble: "Please have proulamation issued opening Crow reserve before Oct. 15, if possible. Answer." Yesterday Mr. Power received the follow ing: "The president has this day signed the proclamation opening the Cro v reser vation in accordance with the agreements of 1890 and 189^." Under the serms of the agreement the ceded lands, except the mineral lands, must be disposed of only to actual settlers under the provisions of the homestead laws, ex cept section 250 of the revised statutes, which gives to ex-soldiers and sailors the benefit of the time they may have served in the army or navy of the United States, pro vided, however, that a soldier shall before receiving a patent for his homestead pay for the laud taken by him, in addition to the fees provided by the law, and within five years from the date of the first original entry, $1.50 per acre, one half of which shall be paid within two years; and it is further provided that any per son otherwise qualifled who attempted, but for any cause tailed to secure title in fee to a homestead under the existing law, or who made entry under what is known as the commuted provision of the homestead law, shall be qualified to make a homestead entry upon any of these ceded lands. It is further provided that all white persons who located upon the Crow reservation by reason of an erroneous survey of the boundary, and were afterwards allowed to file upon a loca tion in the United States land office, shall have thirty days in which to renew their filings. In all cases where claims were located under the main ing laws of the United States prior to Dec. 1, 1890, by a qualified locator, who believed he or she so locating was on the lands out side of the Crow reservation, such locater is given thirty days in which to relocate the within the ceded limits of the reservation. The ceded lands constitute the western part of the reservation, which was opened to settlement, except 'mineral lands and 820 Indian allotments, which are reserved, the eastern part remaining in the reserva tion. Strange Scoene at the Auditorlum. How graceful she looked as she flitted to and fro through the vast assmblage. Grand ladies in elegant costumes paused and mar velled. "Who could this stranger be," thay whispered, "this exquisite girl with the quiet, moth-colored dress, the simplio ity of which seemed to be in such marvelous harmony with the rich surrounding attires!" "How petite! How symetrical! Notwith standing the extreme soberness of her cos tume," said the candid ameer of Afghanis tan to Lord Cornwalls. The great hall of the auditorium was much crowded. Lovely women in stage plumage, representing events of the past and present, waltzed to the tune of "The Blue Danube:" moved with that exquisite g ace so characteristic of Helena ladies. The music of Den Traehtfollen Valtz" seemed to inspire our heroine, who, with her cream-white elbow length Foster's, a purchase that evening at the New York Dry Goods store, resting upon the jewel appar eled shoulder of the shah of Persia, contin ued to move on and on, until the assembly bercame one great crowd of admiring spec tators. "By jove! I believe the shah is deter mined to convince that little beauty that he is the actual discoverer of America," said the khan of Tartary. "By the bones of Columbus. I'll have a knock down to her in spite of him.'? "Your dancing has quite charmed me," said the polite Aaron Burr. "Can I have the pleasure of the next, and beware of Alexander Hamilton, for he will assuredly make you weary with politics." "Pardon me," said a continental lady whose rich robes represented an Indian princess of the Choctaw nation. "but where did you procure that exquisite sharle of cloth. I mean the material of your dress. It is so plain and yet so rich in appearance. Ahl thank you; you are very kind. The New Yorl Dry Goods store, as I thought." Ladies. we are directed by the New York Dry Goods Store to state that for the next six days (see ad. on third page) a great special sale of cloth dress patterns will be en. We are assured that it will be the biggest offer of the season made by that concern. Elegant, rich, plain cloth pat terns in all the new and modern shadues. The New York Store has inaugurated the last year a special sale of attractive and stylish goods for each week which has proved a great betefit for the public, as Hell as a decided bit for themselves. They wish to convey to you through our columns, their sincere thanks for your patronage, and beg you not to confound them with any imitatiorn sales of a like nature that may be offered elsewherre. Sale of patterns willcommence to-morow. Money eca'oe? ctrme to the New Enrlsnd Shoe b.tore and you'll forget it. In order to mnke room for sleirrhs and cutters which we have ordired in large qurantitier, we will rffler extra indure srnrie t, partihe in need of a huiggy, cerriragte r lphaLon of ally description. T, . '. ower & to. ijpecial Meeting. The board of commisesioners of Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, will meet in special session Thursday, Oct. 20th, 1892, at 12 noon, to consider bids for new bridges and such other businese of a special nature me may come before it. By order of the board. J . . Tooxa.a. Helena, Mont., Oct. 15, 1891. L',.tie's Ilittre., a silendidi tonio and ure cure for dymlrrlsis. jet rrrceiv,,d at J. II. Lockwood's. J .rlire'r faoe Ipr w Iers, that always give Matirfac lionu. ar Ioiw In enle at his prssie pharmacy. r yOe aie aulir-rig frorrr headsehe, Call at J. . L,,okwoo 'r for Leelie's headache imowdar. It aIways sltldi relief. For ltet. aeven-room house, elegantly furnished, not and cold water, hard coal burner In the parlor and stores In eahob room. Bath, coal house and barn in the rear. Nice lawn and warm house. Applyat Room 14, Merchants National Bank building. The fineot line of fannisng mill. feed arinders uipright bollers and ems i es, h puimps of evory drecription, etc are marrhid liy 1. C. 'ower & Co, corner lioena avenue and Malin r#eet, LITTLE CRANKS. They take Their Tarn on the Diamond Two Games, A nine composed of youthful players representing the east side yeste day won the city ohampionship from an equal num bar of lade who tried to uphold the banner of the west side. The score was 14 to 10. Maurice Langhorne was twirler and Pama Laughore bhack-stop for the easteiders, while young Mr. Akley and Billy Goodyear served in those capacities for the represen tatives of the other side of town. George Kelsey aend Jimmy Reed were umpires. The game was a hot one from start to finish. The other game was played by lads of fewer years, the teams also representing the opposite sides of the oity. Again the easatidere triumphed, the score being live to four. "Sandy" Goodman mode the curves for the victors, and Carl Trunk was catcher. Furman Gage and Howard Srencer composed the battery for the west side giants, and eame near pulling their side through. The esstsiders got a pair of runs in the first, and after that were shut out until the last inming, when a lucky streak brought theta three big runs and gave them a majority of one. A feature of the game was a Iile triple play. an achieve ment that the high-salaried league team did not effect on the home grounds. With two west side men on bases Howard Spenoer hit a good fy into riant, which was thought to be safe and the base runners started to move up. But Ed Gokey gathered in that fy like a veteran, threw it to first and it was passed on to third, the batter and both rnnners being retired. HE DID NOT SKIP. W. H. Orr Has Something to May About lls Livinglston Contracr A Livingston dispatch in fi iday's INDa PENDE.NT, stated that W. H. Orr, the well known Helena contractor, had been at tached in that city, and it was believed that he had skipped. It is needless to say thit this assumption was altogether false, as Mr. Orr is one of Helena's leading con tractors, and is responsible at all times. He is now finishing several contracts in Butte. Concerning the Livingston affair he nave there is now due him on th. high school building at Livinueton $0,400, which under the contraot was to be with held for forty-five days after the comple tion of the building as a guarantee against liens. Of this sum he owes the men who furnished the material about $5,200. He has been in constant correspondernce with the school trustees of Livingston, and has not as yet been informed that any liens or attachments have been filed against the school building or himself. Hargalns in men's underve r at The Bee Hive This we.rk. Fight- bntton-length ladies' mouunetaire gloves in all stades at The Bee Hive this week only $125. THAT JOINT DEBATE. Edlward Horsky and Adolph Jacobs Will Talk at the Audltorium. "Resolved that the principles as stated by the people's party platform are better for the welfare of our entire country than those contained in the platform of the republican party." Edward Horeky will maintain the repub lican position and Adolph Jaeobs that of the people's party. Mr. Jacobs will open in a thirty-five minute address, followed by Mr. Horaky in a forty minute speech, after which Mr. Jacobs has five minutes in whlich to answer. An interesting feature of this debate is that the advocates ares endorsed by the respective chairmen of the ruonbli can and people's party county committees. Debate will take place at the auditorium Tuesday evening, Oct. 18, at eight o'clock p. m., sharp. Admission free. Rt.publi cans, people's party, democrats, prohlbi tionists, mugwamps and everybody invited. \sead the big adv. on first page of suptlement. Go and see the line of ladies cloakes and wrapsr at theA Iha Bee Hivr (new store). All goods fresh and new, and no old clhestnuts on our counters You are out of pocket every time you buy shoes atany place but tue New engla-ed. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. 'I he republicans held a fairly well at tended meeting at Maryrville last night. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shaul desire to ex press their thanks for the kindness of friends in their late bereavement in the death of their little daughter. The total receipts at the Columbian ball last Wednesday night were $898, the ex penses $139, leaving a net profit for the Lewis and Clarke Columbian association of $759. A caledonian club has been organized in Great Falls with the following officers: Psesident, G. Leuchaea; vice-president, K. Muusav; secretary, D. Craig; treasurer, J. Young; dookeeper, N. Murray. The Montana National guard will hold a state rifle contest beginning to-morrow. About fifty militiamen are expected here from outside points, including Butte, Ana conda, Bozeman, Missoula, Great Falls and Billings. Prof. R. G. Young will deliver an o:iginel lecture next u'nesday niglt at G. A. I. hall on Park avenue, before the Unity club. The subject chosen by the iplofessor is that interesting personage, Robert Burns, the Scotch poet. These meetings are open and always attractive. It is soaroely piobable that the work of rebuilding the Montana Central through the Prickly Fear canyon will be oonolded lefore next spring. Work is progressing steadily and trains are running through all right, but the new roadbed will be several feet higher than the old one and will be heavily uip-rapped. Thursday avening, Oct. 25, there will be a musicale at the Baptist church. Some of the best talent of the city will participate, including Mesdames Henry, Adams, Foote, Jones, Kleinsahmudt, Dr. Foote.s, Carte-, Madam Medini, Missesa Wade, Cuthbert, htephena and Leslio, and Messrs. Burgess, Casedy, Hodge and Eddy. The programme will be announced later. T. ('. lrwar r Co. carry a furill and erompll.n line or reropere. urraders' ruirilies, cllnrreciniiv tire well known John Deero grading pleew aulr thie famous KItillxbmrunr & Jat'oeH stveOel i)r rerd howl rcrapers, with wrolght ilroinu ho.n. whle- eraenrsr. etc. 'lhoy are strictly heeadquarters in tris line. lIemember that The Pee Hive is now locatl-d at h~rr. 22, 21 adti 28 AiOIIuth Malin street, at tie, store formerly occupled by vereenhood, ilohm A Co. I.eave orders for Zinmmerman, the piano tuner, at the Hlelena Jewelry Co. New books just received at Ilho lee ITve. T'. C. l'ower & to. are agernts for Erie hoilerr, Gtritltith & Wedge'a steamin hoists and (ieo. '. BlLak's mininr pimpr. 'hIris line is aelinowl edged by all practical men to hi thle vrry best on thlr inrtret. P'arties anticipating makinug pIr alsees should get their pirices before purchasiug eolewiierr. 100 dlozen ladies' fast black eottou hose, seam lerss, this wiek at The lee klive for 2ec. HELENA IN HittEr Jackson's musica store. Bailey blook. DRPRICES gm Baking .. Powder. Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the StUdacld. THEY ARE NOW CITIZENS, Final Papers Issued to Sli Hundred and Nineteen Applloants In This County, Germany Heads the List, With Greeoe and Chill at the Bottom. Mr. HKauman Brings Snit Against Harry Brown for Several Years Board, Lodging and Washlag. At 0:80 last night, when the distriot court adjourned, the records showed that anal citizenship papers had been issued to 619 applicants, who will be able to vote in the coming election. This includes all who have taken out their final papers sinee Jan. 1, 1892, but the great majority were ad mitted to oitizenshipduring the past twenty days. Natives of Germany head the list, with the Canadians second and the Swedes third. England is fourth. For the past two weeks the clerks of the two depart ments of the district court have been basy principally in issuing final papers. A great many first papers were also issued. The heavy registration in Lewis and Clarke is attributed to the fact that a great many residents who have heretofore taken no in tereos in politics have been induced to com ply with the law and become citizens through their Interest in national issues, the coming state election and the capital question. Of the 619 new oitizens the na tionalities are represented as follows: Ger many, 202; Canada, 106;; Sweden, 71; Eng land, 54; Ireland, 411; Norway, 82; Denmark, 23; Switzerland, 19; Scotland, 18; Austria, 18; Italy, Ii; France, 5; Russia, 4; Bohemia, 3; Holland, 3; Roominia, 3; Iceland, 2; Bel gium, 1; Jamaica, 1; Greece, 1; Chili, 1. AFTER Mt. BRltOWN. Mr. Kaufman Sues Him for Board, Lodg Ing aid "VWashnlg. An attachment suit has been filed in the district court by Toole d& Wallace for Louis E. Kaufman against Harry H. Brown, formerly of Sturrook & Brown, hardware dealers and plumbers on Main street. The suit is to recover $2,600 which Mr. Kauf man says Brown owes him for board, lodg ing and washing from Sept. 1, 1886, until July 1, 1891, reasonably worth $50 per month. He does not include in this time six months in 1887, when Brown did not stop at his house. Yesterday the sheriff levied an attachnment on Brown's interest in lots twenty and twenty-one, block L, Blake addition, also in the White Rabbit lode claim in Lewis and Cla ke county. To Condemn West Side Property. Judge Hunt yesterday appointed C. K. Wells, John Stedman and Jacob Feldberg commissioner sin the condemnation suit of the city against Edward Jordan to open a street through Jordan's property on the west of town. Probate Matters Application was made yesterday in Judge Buck's court for letters of administration in the estate of Henry Jacob Kenok, who died in Helena on Oct. 6 lost. The applica tion is made by Louise Stadler and Jacob Lroeb, the executors of the will of the de ceased. The herls are Gua(se Kenck, aged 18, and Julia Kenck, aged 14. The estate is estimated to be worth $6,000. County Clerk's Office. The following deeds were filed for record yesterday: L. . Kipe to J. H. Bierman, an undivided half interest in lots seventeen and eighteen, block three, Capital Hill ad dition, $862.50; Hrrry V. Wheeler to Frank Hamilton, Aston placer claim in Jay Gould diatrict, $300; Joseph Hoffman to John R. Loomis, the Annie lode on Ten Mile, in consideration of a three-fourths interest in the Blue Bird lode. Notice of location of the Bald Butte tun nel was filed by George i. Vernon. There is to be a special meeting of the board of county coor mieionere on Oct. 20, to open bills for the construction of the new bridges in P ickly Pear canyon. Don't be frightenod if you see a big crowd at the New Inglnid. Private echool or shorthand; Pitmlnn or Gralthltain yaten tucht: visitors WelcomIte. Mary E. Jacmria.,, 48 Iailrey block. len may come and men may go. but those aho come to tie Ne Lnigland hhoe Store are sure to rolloe again. "lnuocent as a Lamb." The new comedy which Roland Reed, the popular comedian, will present at Ming's opera house next Tuesday evening has been one of the most prominent hits this favor ite actor has ever had. It gives him splen did opportunities, and the piece is one long mass of amusing complications and situa tions. The Detroit Journal says: "S.ee roland Reed and roar. Nothing more need be said. lteod and unctuous comedy have long been synonomons. and it is hardly probable that there is a theater-goer who is tot thornnoughly familiar with him and his ways. His broand smiles, his funny walk, bis bent attitude and his natural humnor are established facts in dramatic matters. lie never disappoints. He hbrs become standard, and the mere fact that Reed is at the head of a company arnues its merit from walking figures to support. t "That is why the Detroit opera house was filled last night with the finest audience of the season. It was certainly a good natured crowd. A house full of neople who smiled ns they camue in, smiled because they expected to laugh beyond measure." Wednesday evening MI. Read will be seRtn as amurnel Buandy in "The Woman Hater." J. II. Lorkwood has just reived a full lilln liii. of li·rl c'e resirbritid Prrtirrrrrsrioir e, wirirri il hae teI rtm i prornrWt,.. trfi,'lldid ror rrlva:rtine tf tie ei fair' mnle rs tkhat nurmw tilee cor-' i,,'.ion, altl Ihodarlrl r, |trwilers that atiorsi ii,-, dtilalos relola. i hi, asrhrte l lrt bis argeo ridh i'oaplte. t all arud inrtocrt them 1i .a,' er thryy oree Iravr rrlleorrl from previoir ireghct, o eti th h in lo i ulrct Ie rextrm'erl. l)r. tlr,.r, ill Southl Main Ierrt. rat eave torm ald nake lo lem Irormaoentoly reoul and orunoental. Tao I'hyslohtna. Wanted-One with Montana license and exprerieoce preferred. Good sasary, Ad dress 1'. O. Box 511 hlelena. If yrl' r.tr unahelo Ito keL) warm theso corn day 't k, ir" il tire rod hrt bargains at tire hrw l'InKrr..,rl mires itore. Tire i!to Ilive is now located it new qlartrrr at 2"4 24 and 21 South Mrain strrrrt, at &rlr rrld tandr rf r.,lr'rll'alord, lrolrn t ('o., ant arr'l irW ldirlrta'inrg a inow and completr line otf dr, .ords in tunanectun withll ttIeir former lines. THE WILD CAT. Ileaesat lntertailnment to Be Given To night at Turner Hall. To.night members of the Helena Turn. verein will give the grand farce somedy, "' he Wild Oat," at Tarner hall. The per sons who will take part have consoleutously rehearsed, and the entertalnment will an doubtedly be a very pleasant one. The oast of characters to as follows: Cesar Papkeo, notary of olden times...... SM. .. .................. ...... . Ill..n e ltd, his daughters....... Miss Mary Ahlee e............. . Miss Mete hohmlidt Arnold l' ptsk, oapitals, C'easrs brotherl.... .. s'hsrlea (eler Toni, his daughter ... . ..... Mis Ida h·aesle Marquita tiarzt. noamad "The lid Car." t oul's gouverante....u..... Mrs, ii. Illunme (ireta, hamlermald at Arnold P'pke's.e,. , •t....i .e.o ,..oi f .. Mrt...rs, Emma Underllnt Nrhterbnn... . a.totum ..................A. Heiler Lou I amiro dl elinero I Colorado de Querstaro, a Mexican plattage owner.... ............................ seao r Grimm Jimbo. a n rro, ate eervenast....... rltz har Melo Carl Kolhe, prosurlit at Arnold P'apke.' .. ... ............... ..... ....... o, Hell lesdor. a mwrcbanut................m. Eier 'lace of action: Berlin. Itegisseur: Mr. henry biame. Music furnished by Prof. Vollert and Waanel's orohestra. After the performance dancing. The curtain will rise at eight o'olock sharp. New line of crockery Just opened at The Boe Hllve this week. All sidewalks lead to the New England Shoe Store. Ladies' misses' and children's underwear for fail and winter wesr ,i large variety now in stuok at 'k e Bee 1ivd,: namuel K. Davis' SpaOt 6, IMVasTMrNT sTOOx3. Iron Mountain. Eight dividends in eight months, $15.000 per month, three cents per share. 'three years ore in eight. Average shipments of concentrates over thirty oars per month. A safe and sure in vestment. Orders in any amount filled at bottom prices. Helena & Victor. Eight hundred shares at a bargain. S.ae to buy. Dividends paid 1891 and 1892, $90,000. Ill-Metallic Extension. Has the Granite and Bi-Metallic leads. As a speculative stock can be recommended. At the present time blocks can be offered at a price that will warrant purchase. Benton Group (Neihart. gold, silver and dilatnum). 'his is an exceptional mine. Tunnel 1,800 feet, all on rich ore. Last two care shipped aggregated over $20,000. I have 10,000 shares of the stock that, at the price offered, is a safe propositien. Booms 26 and 27, Bailey block. (reas serds of all varieties sold by T. C. Power & Cou. You are always I eited well at the New E:ng land clue Store. The Bee Hive is tho leading house in the city for tinware, counter goods and useful household sundries. their 5o, 10e, 16e. 20 and 25e counters ate filled with new and useful gou:ld. The New liese ive. Mr. Sol Geonberger, for many years pro prietor of the Bes Hive on North Main street, and Mr. H. Barnett have entered into partnership and opened a new esteb lishment in the building formerly occupied by Greenhood Bohm & Co., at Nos. 22, 24 and 26 South Main street. The salesroom has been completely refitted, large show windows added, and the front elegantly finished in oak. The new firm carry a large assortment of dry goods, which is already attracting the attention of throngs of cus tomers. The two gentlemen associated in this enterprise have long been residents of Montana, have the advantages of a thorough business training and will keep fully abreast of the times. They make a strong team and we prophesy for them uninterrupted success. Odontunoder applied to the gums for painless extraetlon of teeth. Positively 0O pain. Dr. Skimmin, dentist, Sbith ave. snd Main. What! Tommy's shoes worn ont already? 'Il a because theyd.idu't bey them at the New England. ': This week 'I'The Bee Hive will sell a fine lambs wool suit of nndrwear f.r gentlumen. fancy stripe?. usually sold in ltc at tihe low prica of $4 per suit. Don't fail to se' the line of d y goods, cloaks, fancy goodt, ei,., at teho Heet tive (new store), Nos. 22, 24 snd 2:1 outth Main street. COSMOPOLITAN Why Is the Cosmopolitan the Leading Hotel T First-Our rates are reasonable, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. Seoond-We give a first-class service for the money. Third-Meals are served at all hours, day and night. loarth-iThe dining room is presided over by obliging lady waiters. lifth- Yon can order what you want and pay for what you get. Sixth- You do not have to help pay the hotel dead beats' bills, as our terms are strictly cash. Seventh-Electric ears pass the house every 15 minutes. Eighth--And Isa, if you will find one man that say these are not all nract we will give you a five-carat Montana Sapphire. H. C. BURGARDU. PItOPRIETOR. The Windsor House. Iron Front BLock. Lower rain 8t. Leading Family Hotel. European and Anieirsan plan. I"reelent tabli Plea a it rooms, lie sonabe rates. P. A. GINCHEREAU, Proprietor. HeleNs, Montana. ARTIIUR (. LOMIBATDn, CIVIL* ENGINEERA No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERtVOlR, OCANALS AND IRtI(iATION WORKe A SPECIALTY. MING'S OPERA HOUSE si. C, REMINGTON, Manager. OCTOBER 18 AND 19, THE FAMOUS COMEDIAN Il .ROILANI) REED Presenting Tu,.tday Eveniili His Lates.t Succsse INNOC NT AS A LAM WedInesday Evening THE WOMAN HATER, Primes-- lHetins A It $t.50. i $1.5. E F $1, (tilery a0c. Iluervsd sale ,f seats oins l on lay, Oct. 17, at Poe & 0'( onur' rdrug store. `-I T. G. POWER & GO. Dealers in Farm and Mining Machinery of every description, and State Agents for the "Old Reliable" Schuttler and "Bone Dry' Rushford F'arm, Quartz aen Logging Wagons. Hay Balers, Baling Ties, Barb Wire, etc. Steamboat block, corner Helena avenue and Main Street. The Helena Jewelry Go., e DEAL.ERS INM e MONTANA SAPPHIRES LOOSE AND Watchmakers, Jewelers and Engravers. Manufacturers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASH1 PIEIRCE. MANAGER. WEISENIORN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO. -ALL KINDS OF Carriages and Wagons Made to Order. Repairing and Painting Promptly Attended to. HELENA AVE., ADJOINING STEAMBOAT BLOCK. TELEPHONE 121. MONEY TO LOAN. On Improved Farms and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST. STEELE& CLEMENTS. MONEY TO LOAN IlT STVI7'S TO S.TIT. On Improved City and Farm Property, for One, Two, or Three Year% at lowest current rates of interest, WILLIAM DE LACY, ROOMS 21 AND 22. GOLD BLOCK. HELENA. MONT. A Concentration of Merit. BUTCHER - "TL FINEST QUALITY LARGEST QUANTITY BRADLEY, LOWEST PRICES B L ,--- -. ., 105 BROADWAY P r ar.lNo New Hand-Painted Stand and Pillow Covers on Bargarren Art Cloth, in a variety of beauti ful designs. These will wash and retain their color, Also a full line of \Winter Und~IdrTear, Hosiery, Notions, Etc. AT BOTTOM PRICES. LINE "4-IN-HAND" J"TST RECEIT.E3. NEWL CLOX1eS Popular Weight Wabash Ave. and Broadway. DON'T FORGET TO LOOK AT Our Long Wool Elastic Underwear. Will prolong your life to wear it. Neglect anything else but youi U nderwear. Reed, Craig & Smith Co. GOLD BLOCK.