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.t1ional Guardsmen Begin the An nual Rifle Competition in Helena To-Day. Teams of Five Men From the Several Companies Will Participate. Rules Governlng the Tournament as Laid Down by General Orders of Adju tant General Hlowetl, The four days' rifle competition of the Montana National guard will begin to-day at the range just north of the Northern Pacilo round house. Adjutant General Howell thinks there will be fifty marksmen present. Lt. Geo. P. Ahern, U. S. A., sta tioned at the College of Montana, arrived yesterday with the Deer Lodge team and is at the Cosmopolitan. In the team are F. B. Williams, Samuel Baker, Jr., Oscar SBd man, A. E. Blazr, O. H. Adams and W. H. Steele. Company A, of Great Falls, is rep resented by B. D. Whitten, Samuel French. A. W. Joyes, O. M. Boardman and William Maunroe. They are at the Cosmopolitan, The Bozeman marksmen are also at the ho tel and are J. W. Drennan, J. F. Keown, W. B. Benham, J. B. Cain, G. W. Whitney, L. Bartholmew. .The. Virginia City team, the present champions, will be in Helena with the Butte men this afternoon. Com pany O of the Washington guards, of Butte, will send a strong team which will be made up as follows: Capt. Byron H. Cook, Lient. t. W. Graves, Corporal A. E. Baldwin, J. H. Hoffman and J. T. Carter. T. E. Man chester and W. B. Knowlton are the mark ere. Company D, of Virginia City, will be represented by Dr. C. A. McNulty, George E. Lowman, Knots Ellingson, and Dean Vickers, under command of Sargent G. W. R.it. The order governing the contest is as follows: 1. The second annual rifle competition for the national guard of Montana will take place at the Helena range, commenoing Mgpday, Oct. 17, and closing Thursday, it.. 20, 1892. 2. The competition will be betweenteams of five (5) men each, from the several som panies of the national guard of Montana. 8. The competition will be governed, ex cept as hereinafter modified, by the firing regulations for small arms now in force in the United States army, the team making the highest aggregate soores at all distances to be declared the winner at the competi tion. Scores of individual members of teams will be recorded and published fo, the information of all concerned. 4. A state trophy will be competed foi and will be awarded to the company whose team attains the highest aggregates. 5. The company so winning the same willbe entitled to hold it for the period oi one (1) year. when it shall become agair subject to the competition and be retureec to the control of the adjutant general. 6. Any company winning this troph] three times (not necessarily in succession) will be entitled to hold and own the same, 7. Hours for firing will be such as are designated by the officers in charge, ant when once announced will not be changed except in case of rain or stormy weather. 8. Places for ilring will be drawn for eaol day by the team captains. '. The detail of commissioned officers fo the competition will be as follows. On, officer in charge; one quartermaster, who will act as commissary of subsistance; one record officer and one range officer, wh, shall be appointed by the adjutant-general 10. The officers and enlisted men attend ing the competition will have the authorit3 sad verform the duties above prescribed together with those laid down tor officer, and enlisted men, detailed and assigned to Similar positions in the army and will bb allowed per diem and transportation fron their respective stations to Helena and re turn. 11. The following speoial regulations will govern all firing at this competition: (1) The following positions only will be permitted in preliminary and competitive firing: At 200 yard!, the standing position; at 300 yards, e-ther kneeling or sitting; at 500 yards, lying down, prone position. Any variety of these positions authorized by the regulations for competitive firing will be pei mitred. (2) The service rifle or carbine and orig inal service cartridges only, will be used in corn petition. (3) If a rifle or a carbine becomes disa bled the competitor will at once submit the piece for the inspection of the range officer. (4) During the progress of a match or competition, no one except the ofiicers on duty at the range, the comrpetitors and the score keeper will be permitted at the firing point. (ii) ' he squads of competitors will be sta tioned at least ten (10) yards In rear of the firing moint, where they must remain until called by the score keeper to take his po sitlon. (6) No expression on the part of compet itore of approbation or disappointment, with reference to any scores made by them selves or others, must be uttered loud enough to be heard at the firing point. (7) These regulations and such special rules or directions ai tile officer in charge lay give mast be rigidly enmiplied with by all com etitors and all other persons upon the range. (7) Marking and scoring will be con ducted in the manner prescribed in para graphs 484 to 1100, small arms firing regula (9) The score keeper will be seated close to and in the lear of the firing point stakes, and will, as each shot is signaled, announce in an audible voice the name of the corn putitor and the value of the shot at the conclusion of the score of each competitor, repeat his name and total score. (10) Competitors must pay attention to the score as annoulnced and ecoided, so that any error may be promptly investi gated. (11) The iecorded value of any shot will not be changed after the following shot has been fired, unless some special moessege with reference to it is rooleved from the muarshal of the tit. (12) Any alteration of the scoring must be witnessed by the ofticer in charge of the firing point, and endorsed with his initials. (13) ''tle t igger pull must always be at least six (d) pounds, and will be tested by each cowil otitr, under the supervision of the range olicer. behfoie firing each day. (1.1) C(ompetitors will submit their pieces for further Inepection whenever required by compertent authority. (10) (ompetito.l will wear the presciibed fatigue unitorm with service belt, issued by .he state. The use of a campaign hat or cap, other than the forage cap, will not be permutteId. ((1i Competitors will not be hurried in their firing, bus such slight delay per mitted after each shot as they may desire, Irovided the time of firing the score does nrot exceod an average of one minute per shot, or thirty aminutes for each team. (17) If au accioent to a target or any othrer cause over which the soldier has no contr ol prevents hinm rlonl comnpletiug his scoe withnl a recionarle time, he will be allowed such addltonal time as the range u.ticer Irmay dtclue. (18) No two comupetitore steall in any maluti or colmpletltiOn use the same Ilile or ca blue, nor alsall a competitor change his piece during any competition unless his piece hits Ibeoole unsourlvioale through au anoudent, whinchl tact must Io verilioud by the rantIr!t! tlli - . V. rful, but not unin tentionail vll~ltion of thlb regulntion, will warrant thile lios in charge, in his disesu trun, excluding the slidter from ulather onlr etltlolh. (19) ltifles can only be cleaned upon the completion of a score. (2)) In tellru matches tile presence at the firing point of the team captain will be permitted, who may giv he members of. bs team such advice or disoretiouns as he may think proper. (S1) Any competitor who shall be de tooted ip any Invasion of the conditioan prescribed shall be exoluded from further partlicipating in the ii ing at that meeting, or who shall be guilty of falsifying his score, or be accessory thereto, or who shall offer a bribe p1 any kind to a scorer or marker, shall, upon the fact being proved to the satisfaction of the range offioer and offlcer in charge be reported in writing to the adjutant general of the national guard of Montana, Who will then direct that the copipetitor he forever disqualified from taking part in future competitions held by the national guard of Montana. (22) Any competitor refusing to obey his instructions of the officer in charge or his assistants, or violating any of these regula tione, or being guilty of unruly or disor derly conduct, or being intoxicated, will be immediately disbarred from further coan petition at that nieetmna. The officer in charge will also report the fact to the adjo tant general, who will take such further ao tion as he may deem proper. (21.) All ties shall be decided and dis posed of in the manner prescribed in para graph 651 and 652, small arms firing regu lations. (24) Any person, whether a competitor or not, Interfering with any of the firing squad. or annoying them in any way, shall be warned to desist, and if he repeats the offense, will be at once ordered off the range ground. 12. The detail of oficers will be announced when determined upon by the adjutant general. 13. Preliminary practice will be had in the forenoon of each day, and record firing in the afternoon, as follows: First day, 200yards, five shots, no sight ing shot. second day, 800 yards, five shots, no sighting shot. Third day, 500 yards, five shots, two sighting shots. Fourth day, 500 yards, five shots, no sighting shots. 14. Classification will be as follows for rifler First-class, 40 out of 100; ritemen, 50 out of 100; marksmen. 67 out of 100(; ex .*ert, 7+1 out of 100; sharpshooter, 80 out of 100. 15. Classlfication for carbine shooting 10 per cent less than the foregoing. 'lhe fore going rules may be modified to nbch an ex tent as may be approved by the commander in-chief. 16. While it is expected that the men sent to attend the competition will be reasonably expert in the use of the rifle, it is not in tended that they will be nrsred solely on account of being the best shots in the corn pany proper. Attention will be paid to the soldierly appearance and good standing of the men. The details will be made im mediately upon the receipts of this order and the names of the oficers and men sent at once to this office. The commanding officer of the company will certify that the men named are bona fide members of the national guard of Montana. By order of the governor and commander-in-chief. H. H. HowEn,r, Adj.-Gen. Leave orders for Zimmerman, the piano tuner, at the Helena Jewelry Co. New books just received at Illse Be Hive. 100 dozen ladies' fast black cotton hose, seam less, this week at The Bee Hive for 200. COLUMBIAN EXHIBITION. Programme of Exercises at the High School Next Thursday Evening. The exhibition to be given at the audi toriam 'Thursday evening promises to be a very sucoessful affair. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the high school library: Following is the programme: 1. Music, High tSchool chorus. . "'The Aboriginal Age," taulean. 3. Stereopticon View of Columbus. 4. Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella. 5. Departure of ('olumbuR From Palos. it. Btereoptioon View. "i'olumnl.u' .hips." l. btcreopticou View. "Discovery of Amer 8. Tableau. "Columbus at Court," presounting natives and strange products. t. Music. 10. Elnglish Cavaliers and lettlementat James town. 11. Stereopticon View. "Ferdinand de Soto UDiscovering th ll Miseivsippi." 12. "Landing of the 'ilgrims " Early Pilgrim Life. 13. Stereopticon View. "Independence Hall." 14. 'lalbleau, "W\ashinigton and HIls (Generals." 15. '1ableau. "Signing the Declaration of Inde pendenoe." 16. titoreopticon Views of the Expositiun Buildings. 17. Tableau, "Union of the Colonies." 18. Tableau. "War and I ence." 19. Niews of the lxp.'sit.i,n bluildings. 20. Views, Science and Literaturle. 21. Tableau. "tJniversal Brotherhood.L" 22. Liberty Enlightening the World. 13. Music. Bargains in furniture, bed-room set, lounge, chairs, chiffoniors, drapories, sitves. Mrs. Jae. W. barker, Porter I.late. Remember that 'he Itee Hive is now located at ous. 22. 24 and 20 South Main street, at the store formerly occupied by tireenhood, Bohm & Co. COMING ATTRACTIONS. Tuesday evening will be one of interest to the large class of theater goers who en joy good. legitimate comedy presented by a representative company. Mr. Roland Reed, a prime favorite, will then be seen for the first time here in his latest sucrcos, "Inro cent as a Lamb." in which, as ',Tbias I'll kington, he has made a distinct hit. Au ex change thus reviews Mr. Reed. "Roland Reed is a comedian whose peculiarities of person and ecoentticities of manler must always attract attention, while his sense of humoris so keen end his expression of it so spontaneous and facile that the result most be satisfactory to an audienoe, so far as he is i ersonally concernedl. "With a faoe that is grotesque in its con formation, with a figure that suggests a shadow in coat and trousers, with a voice that persists in gettlin onl top uf the shrill est pitch and staying there, with a nervous, jerky method that at once puts an audience on the edge of expectation, it would be im possible for him to occupy any middle ground between success and failu e. He most be either supremely ridiculous or em inently successful in making fun. lie is the latter." Wednesday night, which will be the last of Mr. Ileed's engagement, will be uIr'oted to his great success, "The Woman JI.er." Ladii s' mi-s.' anld children'a indrerwear fr fall and intor ea:tr in large variety now in stock at '1 he lIo hive. All lIlacr: lniable Disappearlance. New YoatK, Oct. Il.--Otis (iroy,. a wealthy resident of Florids, mysteriously disap peered from his stateroom on a Faull River boat and not a trace of him has yet been found. 'lTh disappearance is unaccount able in every respect. Legal blanka at this oulico. The board of com.uissioners of Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, mill meet in special session 'I hureday, (lot. 20th, 1!122, at 12 noon, to cotnider bils for new Ito id..'e and such othle. business of a special untllur as may come before it. lBy order of the board. J. S. 'T'(xn'u. Helena. Mont., Oct. 15, 191,!. 'on.onrd (ilGrasee. Car of New York concords duo this morn ing. 1,iniNruv & Co. ral BakinTg Le&flPowder Usd In Million3 of Homes-4o Years the Standard. FERGUS COUNTY EXHIBIT, Minerals, Cereals, Grasses and Var ious Curiosities in the Way of Fossils. Part of the Northern Montana 001 leotion for the World's Fair. Head or the ilast ilnffrlo, Killead in the Judith Valley in ilie Celle' tion. Prof. O. C. Morteon, assistant executive World's fair commissioner for Montana, has spent a month in gathering exhibits in Fergus and part of tCascade counties. lo covered the whole northern part of the Judith basin, goinu as far onest as Fletwil' low and Ford creeks, western tributaries of the Mousselhell, and as far south as the town of Utica. Hle also visited that por tion of Cascado county on the head of Ar row creek. lHe gathered exhibits of min orals, cereals, grasses and various valuable curiosities in the shape of fossils and a few remarkable unique curios. Five span of mules brought to (itet Falls the exhibits which weigh over 6,000 pounds. The freight will be store until the time comes to ship it to Chicago, probably Jan. 1, 18!03. The minerals weigh in the neighbor hood of 5.000 pounds, and are roughly estimated to contain between $10,000 and $12,000 worth of precious metals. 'Ihe professor feels very proud of the results of his researohes, and tuinks that northern Montana will be able to make one of the finest mineral displays at the fair. The bulk of the minerals were obtained in and around Maiden, from the Cone Butte dis trict and from the North Moccasin. Tho mineralls consist of four kinds of gold-bearing rock, rbont eleven of silver and lead, one of teiluirum, and specimens of o0e containing copper, zinc, antimony, bismuth, magnetic ihematite and specunla Irons, i.phaltum, corandum. natural and yellow paint and various forms of crystals of gold, silver and barium, chalcedony, sto. There are some flue coal specimens from the Flatwillow and the Lewistown coal fields, consteting of bituminous and cannel coals. The professor also secured a fine sample of coke made from Belt creek coal. The minerals as well as the other exhibits will be labeled and indexed in ia catalogue. The cereals gathered consist of wheat and oats in three dilTferent styles, viz.: With the roots, in the sheaf, and the clear grain, gathered at Warm Springs creek. Lewis town, Phllbrook, Utica and-Arrow creek; barley from Utica and a yellow cornstalk from Belt, seven feet long. There are also several samples of club wheat which has a branching head. In the line of grasses the professor se cured nineteen different varieties from the slopes of the Big Snowies. He has timothy from A row creek with heads seven inches in length, alfalfa from Warm Springs creek and other places. Fomnt the slopes of the Judith mountains comes a gigantic sun flower fire leet in length with a seed head ten inches in diameter. The ladies of I'hilbrook send a fine box of fruit bearing trees. No vegetables have yet been gathered, as the commissioners do not want them until the laust thing during the exposition next yver, Among valuable relics Profersor Mortson wits fortunate in securing the loan of the magnificent buffalo heard which for tihe last twelve years has been nailed over the door of the Hay broth els' barn on Arro, creek. It is that of the iait buffalo killed in the Judith basin, and has never been in the hands of the taxider mistl. The hair over the eyes is nearly one half a foot lone, and all who saw the ani mal after it was killed say they never saw such a large biuffailo. The protesso, can well take pride in what he is doing to show the people of the world something of the mineral and agricultural resources of northern Montana. tdlotuander applied to the ourns for palnless extraction of teeth. Positively ne pain. Sir. eSkmmiln, dentist. Sixth ave. and Main. This wick The liee Rive will soll a fine lambs wool suit of underwear fur gentlemen, fancy ,rtrites. usually sold at Cri it the low priod of $4 l.or slit. INVESTMENT BTOOKT. Iron Mountain. Eight dividends in eight months, $15.000 per month, three cents per share. 'Ihree years ore in sight. Average shipments of concentrates over thirty cats per month. A sale and sure in vestment. Orders in any amount filled at bottom prices. Helena l., Victor. Eight hundred rhares at a ba' gain. Safe to buy. Dividends paid 1891 and 1892, $90,000. BI-Metaihl Extension. Has the Granite and Bi-Sletallio leads. As a speculative stock can be recommended. At the present time blocite can lIe otfered at a price that will warrant purctI.Re. enton Groupny (Neihart, gold, silver and dtiatnum). 'I his is an extoptional mine. 'lunin. 1,2i.0 feet, all on rich ore. Last two car elhipped aegg egated over $20,00)0. I have 10,00J1 shares of the stock that, at the t rice offered, ie a safe proposltien. Joonrs 26 and !7, lailey blook. The Pe'o ive is the lolling hiouse in the city f(r tinware, counter guIols ad irefuil iouieeho id ubllndres, 'I heir5c. OI, c. PT. .2 .n id tC' ceunter a· lilled with anow and useful got ds. Don't fail to se the line of d 'y goni. cloaks, fancy goodi el.'.. et I ne tio a tin. e(now store), lINos. 2. 21 anId 26 .oath Main street. 'The New lieo Ilive. Mr. Sol GOuzborgr. for many years pro prietor of the lee Hlive on North Main street, nud Mr, H. lBarnett have entered into ,rartnrrshiip and oeOlled a new est:lh lirhment in the building fo-merly occupied ib Groenlhood, l;ithm A'. Co., at Nos. .2, 'I and 26l 2 outh Main street. 'The salen room hais Ibeenl c pletely r!fitted, lar::e s!low willlow nlldelt, iind the front olee.ultly liebshed in oak. T'he new firim carry a large irsiertment of d. r goods, which is alrea.y attracting th,- attentionlt of tliroung of cus tmlofers. Thii two genttlemIen associated tin this enterprise have long been teiidents of tMontana, have the a.lvatages .f a thorough business traiuin' and will he p Inlly abrelast of tnio titimes. They mnuake a strong telnm and we prophesy iur theta uninterrupted Neo line of erocklery just tc erled at 'I he line Ili thin week. iThe 1' " Ilii , ins no located at Nos. 22, 21 and cli outith lain !rtll. a . lhyselims. Wanted-One with Montana license and exle ienlleo troferred. (Good salary. Ad dress 1'. I). Box 515 Itelena. 11LIENA IN IRIE(1. JTaekson's muIllic store. lailey tblok. RALLY AT ltlMINI. l)emoeratle Candidates Create a Pavorable lmpreeslon at the Calmnp. The democratic rally at irhini Saturday -vening was a most suoestful affair. Col, Nolan, ms usual, made a most forcible speech, touchlng upon the tariff and sliver and dwelling at length upon the pernlolous features of the force bill. H. K. Davis cap tured the audience by his numerous wittl clines coupled with his arr'aignment of the republican par ty for their numerous sho t comuine,. N, W. Knight addressed the audl ence on the questionl of the day and was well received and loudly aplauded by his manv old time friends. C. P. Connolly a: ake for over an hour discuasing the silver ilerrtion eand the tartif, l11 was listened to very attentively and was frequently ap plaudsd. Judge C, utcher spoke a few words, excusing himself from making an extended address owing to the fact that he was a candidate for a ju, lolal position. lie made a most favorable impression. Quite a large representation was ipresent trorn ielena. comprieinz the following well known gentlemen: Col. Nolan, Col. Chish. Curtis, E. W. Kniulght, Dan Hanley. Denver Dayton. Hol Poznanesk, W. J. lilckett, I). J. McNally, Chas, Garrett sod several other prominent Hslensits. Much enthusiasm prevailed. I ightl bitton-length ladies' monletstelalr gloves in all eabl es at 'Ihu Le t live thls week only e1.2. Private mahool of sheorthand; I'tanan or (irahaln cystem taunoght visito.e Welcome. Mary U. Jackman, 48 htSaley block. A NEW SELECTION. The State Must Pick Out Other Lands In Msllonia County. Granville Stuart, state land agent, has been notified by the Missoula land office that his application to select lands in the Missoula land district, under the grants to the state for the school of mines, has been rejected for the following reasons: First, that the lands embraced in the above appli cation or list are not subject to selection by the state of Montana under any of its grants from the United htates. The lands are situated in what is known as the flifteen township,, for the exclusive usea and ben efit of the Flathead tribe of Indians, under treaty with the Indians made on the 16th day of July, 1855 and ratifiel byi the senate of the United States on the 8th dry of March, .189. Thirty days are allowed for an appeal to the commissioner of the general land office. 1imilar letters were received relating to up plication for deaf and dumb asylum and state normal school, except that 480 acres were accepted for normal school. Go and see the line of ladies cloaks aid wralj. atthei ha h.e Ilive (new store). /11 goodi fresih and new, and no old chestnuts oun o Elkhorn and Old Ilaldy Ratlroad Comn pany. Notice is hereby given that books for re ceivinr subscriptions to the capital stock of the Elkhorn and Old Baldy Railroad com pany will be opened on the 10th day of November, A. D., 1892, at the parlors of the First National bank at Helena, Mon tana. ' bat at said time and place and from that time forward substcription to the capi tal stock of the said railroad company will be received. T. H. KLEINRCHMIDT, GEo. H. HILL, W M. It. LOGAN, E. W. K~NI.rr, JR., - HENRY H. HILL. I)ress aords of all the latest iptterns and styles are now displayerl at 'lIre liee hJive. the Rhoo llivo is now located in rnew qairters at ', 24 and 2Ll bouth Main strrrt, at Ihe old atanl of r,reenhood, I ohm & ('o.. and are now dis.i ayirg a new and complrete line of dri gords in connection witll their form nr lites. Helena Lodge No. 2, I. O. G. T. Meets Every Monday. A reuelar .meeting of thll T ahove lodge will It held his MoneLday evlning att ia the. A. It. all on Park Vi itng meimbers are cor dially invited to attrend. C(hief Templar. S MISS EI'FtIE IENJAMINF, Necretary. COSMOPOLITAN " " HOTEL AND JRESTAURANT. Wiy la the Cosumopollltan the Leading Hotel ? First-Our rates are reasonable, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. breond-We give a first-olass service for the money. Thirdl-Meals are served at all hours, day and ni It. Fourth--The dining room is presided over by obliging lady wetters. o'ifth-You can order what you want and pay for what you get. bixth--You do not have to help pay the hotel dean beats' bills, as our termns re strictly cash. Seventh-Electric oarn pass the houseo every 15 minutes. Eighth ---And last, if you will find one man that say, these are not all faots we will give you a five-carat Montana Sapphire. H. C. BUURGARD. PROPRIETOR. The Windsor House. Iron Front Block. Lower MaIn St. Leading Family Hotel. i Europrea rnd ,n o:; aR lrn. I1 cohtlent table. lI . a it roon.tr . Lne r,,,ab , ri.te.. P. A. GINCHEREAU, Proprietor. Helena, Montansa. ARTIIUR 1U. JlOMTBARTD, -IVIL.-N GIN[ER No. 43 Montana National Bank 13uillin!i, Helena, a onLt U. S. Deputy Mianeral Surveyor. ItI,:.vE V I tL. @CANALS AND IhIRItIATION WORK A SPECIALTY. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. C. REMINGTON, Manager. O)CT( IBER 18 AND 1tI, THIE I'AMOUS COMELIAN MIR. ROLANDR IRED "rest~e Linl, Tuel.st. y .L.ve.aV n liis Late:ct. u'ilit't 1NNOCENT AS A LAlll W'Vtllltrtlday Eventlit nl THý E WOMAN HATIl., Prices Noct.ous A II $I.',0. ' 1 S1.:J5. ' F $1, (itll, r N)c . 17o, orvt.l lii lo ofU t .nl u1d llun Mo n ay, O to. 17, st 'uyope & t't uuuor' drug storu. T. G. POWER & GO. Denlcrs in Forzrs and Mininr4 Ma:Chiinery of e.very description, anrid titote Argents for the "Old Recliable" SchLttler and "Bone Dry" Itushfordcl 'arr, Quart'.z :n l ILor rin Wagonsr. Hay Balers, Baling Ties, Barb Wire, etc. ste'm-h-boat block, corner Helena avenue and Main Stro.t. The Helena Jewelry Go., " a DEALERS IN e a MONTANA SAPPHIRES OoSEAND Watchmakers, Jeweleras and Engravers. lllnufactrers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASH11 ]'I.1ll.CtI, MANtAG-ELLL WEISENHORN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO. -ALL KINDS 1F Carriages and Wagons Made to Order. Repairing and Painting Promptly Attended to. HELENA AVE., ADJOINING STEAMISOAT BLOCK. TEIEPHONE 121. 7M ONEY TO LOA~N. On Improved Farms and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST. STEELE & CLEMENTS MONEY TO LOAN I.T STTvI VS TO ST.3IT. 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. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUSE. WALL PAPER AND Houns Fflrllshlillf Goods Hons,, Pianos, Organs, Orguinettes, Guitars, Volins, Accordions, louse enlarged to four times former capacity. AND A FULL, LINE Or Fire immense floora exteuding through thl MUSICAL MERCII.ANDISE. A 'took groster than that of all other IItlena Sole agents fr HS'inway & Sons Bobmer, noo; irnti and straight crload ship dow tli es n 11amla binrio. i'Urd -rr will reoive prompt attention. Ifrslow prices and eay termn I )ELBEDIS.A. IV O1 3NT hA lNA.. Helena Lumb.er Company AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GALT COAL --'ALtsO DEALEIS IN-e Rough and Inishing Lumber, Shingles, Lath.s, oors, Sash and Lumber, .LphoLe 1A. Cilty Oftfees Room 8. Thompson Boleek MaIn Slm* Oppoite GranI Central HUotl. A Conceniration of Merit. BUTCHER ---""- F-- VINEST ESUALITI ...-- -- ----..LA. RGEST QU ANTITY BRADLEY, ----.-''OWE P"I 105 BROADWAY F...DE ALIxo Now 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 line10 of Wlinter Uder ear, Hosiery, Notions, Etc. AT BOTTOM PRICES.