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GRAND JURY DISCHARGEDI
After Finding Fourteen Indiotmente for Violations of United States Laws. Five Defendants Not In Custody, and Charges Against Them are Withheld. aince, the Prlse Failhter, Arrested for Robbing a Chinaman-rltagerald Brought Back. The Unfted States grand jury finished their work yesterday and were discharged by Judge Knowles. While in session they found fourteen indictments, nine of which are made public. The others are withheld because the defendants are not yet in cns tody. For the first time since the estab lishment of the conu t the grand jury pre. sented no formal report upon being dis charged. It is ninal to give expression on these occasions to some form of compli. ,ent to the court officers and the United States district attorney. Mr. Weed said yesterday that he was glad they had not done so. It is one of the features of the grand jury system which can be dropped without impairing the usefulness of the institution wridg from the crown in Magna Obarta. After the jury were diseharged three prisons a were arraigned. The first was James J. Collins, charged with the murder of a white man named Reed on the Crow reservation. He stood up during the reading of the long indictment. He is about 25 years of age, with a smooth face marked with lines which wive it a hardened expression. In answer to questions of the court Collins said be had no friends in this part of the country and had no means with which to emp:oy an attorney. Judge J. J. Williams and F. Adkinson were appointed to defend him and he was allowed twenty-four hours in which to plead. "Medicine." a Crow Indian, who might pose with success as the Last of the Mohicans, was informed through an inter preter that the Great Father accused him of stealing cattle from the Caster Cattle company. He did not know what an attor ney was. E. C. Rossell will defend him. John Duffy, of Butte, is to defend John J. Gar. ire, who was brought from Butte it few rays ago and indicted for robbing the mailq. Garrity made arrangements to em ploy his lawyer. Other indictments found by the grand jury are as follows: Alfred A. Hassler, for mail robbery near Lewistown, Fergus county, last June; Eugene Turner, stealing $110 from the Livingston poet office on Ma, di last; Henry L. Haupt. two indictments, for using the mails to distribute lottery cir cular.; Michael and Robert Murray. for stealing a heifer on the Crow reservation. PRIZE FIGHTER ARRESTED. For Robbing a Chinnman Who Works for the Sheriff. Sheriff C. S. Smith, of Bingham county, Idaho, arrived in Helena yesterday in search of Charles Mace, the prize fighter who sparred four rounds with Chick Rodgers last Saturday night at the opening exhibi tion of the. Helena Athletic club. The sheriff eays Mace is wanted at Blackfoot for robbing his Chinaman. In the strug gle the celestial left the impress of his teeth on Mace's right arm. The marks were these yesterday when Mace was ar tested. The robbeiy took place a week ago last Mondry. litzeeralt Brought Back for Trial. Sheriff Jefferis returned from Deer Lodge yesterday with Blian Fitzgerald, who has been granted a new trial by Judge Hunt. He was convicted of attempting to hold up a man near the 'teamboat block. The new trial was granted on the affidavit of ex-'o liteman Barrett which to wed his charge against the police department investigated by the council committe last week. New .Sulln Filed. Complaints were filed in the district court yesterday in the following cases: Gans& Klein ve. John K. Wilson, of Great Falls, to recover $598.17 on a promissory note; Sarah J. Lincoln vs. A. J. Carpenter and Annie Carpenter, to foreclose a mort gage for $750 nt part of lots 9 and 10. block 1I, No thern Pacific addition; Thos. DeCarte et vs. Louisn Lewis, J. B. Lewis, Daniel cRae, Wallace 4 1 bhotnburgh and JirahJ. Foote, to foreclose a mortgage for $1,810 on a lot on Phoenix ayenue, and for $225 attorney fees. A judgment for $514.55 for rent wasott tored yesterday in favor of John D. Thompson against the Journal Publishine company. WORTMAN- LDI)EL. A Quiet Wedding Celebrated YesterdaV on Sothol Iteattie Street. A quiet wedding took place yesterday at the residence of 1, F. Forbes on South Benttie street at high noon, when Mrs. Rachel Liddel and I. Spencer Wortman were united in marriage, the Rev. C. B. Allen. Jr., officiating. Only the immediate friends of the bride and groom were pres ent. The bride, who comes from Ohio. has been a resident of Helena for several rests, and is well known to a large circle of friends. The groom is the oldest eon of I)aniel P. Wortman, of this city. The tt. tendents were Miss Alice Fallen and George Wortman. Many benatiful presents re ceived testify to the love and esteem of friends of bride and groom. The happy couple left on the afternoon trait for it short wedding tip, after which they will return and take up their residence at Boul der, where the groom is engaged in busi ness. Legal blanks at this office. W. F. Distiln will organize a ceass for ad vance pupils tu-night at Electric hall. Rent and Heat Free. Parties paid to occupy promises, and town lots given away, are among some of the methods resorted to by property owners in certain cities in order to secure tenants. In filling his live business blocks on Main street J. 1). Thompson resorts to no stcl methods. He hba a limited number of stome, oillcoes and a photograph gallery foe rent on satisfactory toc ms. If you want te rent a store, office, photouraph gallery, and yon mean business, call on his agent. John W. Thompson, Pittsburgh block. Tailor made tests for ladies, the latest out sad style, as low as VS at The Leo Hive. Union Paclfle bystem-I.xetrslon to Sall Lake. Union Pacillf will sell round trip tickets to Salt Lake for the National Mining Con gress to be held in that city December f and 6 at one fare for round trip. Tickets on sale December 2 to 4. inclusive. Good for return any time within thirty days, Fi sleeping osr reservations or further infor mation call on or address No. 28 North Main street, Helena. H. O. WILso. Freight and Passenger Agent. hile Pee lilvetirsow ready to show their tnt mise ,tuik btio htliday senoe, cttunsieting tr everything eriltirhle fir gust. Threy hase Ctti children toys, dolls. Laroot, games sleds, s one. wearing apparel. etc. uo adults, pies grids etid coaett, leather goods, albutue, de terres. plaer~iiss, eilverware. glassware air1 11% ware bcle-a~heae, Chrrltmans arstrl, t iirleltmii enovrllire, fansy nlry goords, furnishing hoirtl foree, fanny goutte jewelry, statluonery. sloi Ii, feet everything titat Is rresettial to a eoeipl'ii slok in a metroptitacity. liy e stirs aml sly. 'Itte ikrellive a sail hifoir buying yeer hollda. preseents for young or old. W. H. ORR' S 1DS & Card in Referenae to the Coping on the re,.,th Ward aeheol. To Tan InufluanuNTI WI I you kindly print the following in reply to statements made by 1. M. Williams., At a meeting of the board of education bald at Helena Nov. 17, 1892, in which he claIms that it was my fault, the damage eaused to the Jefferson school house by the late severe tinr m. I wish to state to the public at large that I bold to-day a written acceptance of the 0in, galvanised iron atrnice and coring. on this same school botse, f1rQm Mr. Williamsa. This I demanded froi Mr. Williams before I made final settlement with the botid, and E. L. Kellogg of Helena, who madi and put on the eaid cornice and coping. As ;or the board making a final settlement with we before I had the architects' acceptance, that, I think, la casting a slur on our school board. Any promises I may have made to the board I fulfilled them to the beat of my ability, and will allow no man to lie about me behind my back. Am 1 responsi ble (as the contractor) on any building for damages that may be done to it two years after being built by some unusual frank of the wind? Why not blame Mr. Fisk, the contractor of the auditorium, for the lits hard storm which damaged the roof of that building? But it seems that "Mr. Williams" wants to put the blame of a very severe storm, and the damages it done, on me, when the acohiteoctural design of this same coping, and the way it was designed to be secured, were of the poorest kind "*and was commented on by several corn: steut msn at the time of the erection of the building." E. L. Kellogg will tell you to day that he put this same coping on in the best vousible manner, "considering the do sign." If you will kindly print this ax pianation I shall feel obliged, and i any more proof is needed I can produce .plenty. and of such a nature as to surprise come people. W. Hi. Onn. Bnute, Nov. 29, 1892. Go to Butcher & Bradley's for your hbdiday goods. '1 hey have the finest line of novelt is at the lowest prices. GiotoThe ien livefordreregoods of ii1kindt. I lie r prices loud, and their goods omtt snll. IT NEVERIL IfAILS. Two Testlonials From, Men Who Have Taken the Ensor Treatment. BLACKrOOT, Idaho, Oct. 8, 1892. DlAU SMI: In 1877 I commenced usinl' smoking-opium. I used it as many rthe a do, simply as an experiment and to see how it went. I soon found myself a slave to the habit and could not give it up. I grad nall had to increase the quantity until in 1882 I found smoking no longer strong enough to eatisfy my desire and began using the hypodermic needle. Since then 1 have gradually incensed until when 1 en tered your institute for treatment, I was using fifteen grains of morphine in twenty four hours and sometimes as much as thirty grains. I may say that previous to coming here I had been treated for the habit by a large number of physicians with no avail and, amongst others, tried Keeley. I can now any that after a four weeks' course of treat ment I have been permanently cured. I now have not the slightest desire for the aeductive drug and feel better in every way than I have for yea's. I must thank you, sir, and all connected with you for the hind and courteous treatment I received while at the Institute, and hoping that the thou sands of persons who are non bound down in abject slavery by this pernicious habit will allow themselves to be cured at your Institute, and wishing you and your Insti tute success, I remain yours very truly, J. E. DAVIs. Better known as Jack Davis. AN ABSOLUTE FACT. HELENA, Mont., Nov. 30.-To those vic tims of the morphine, opium, liquor. co coalne or tobacco habits, who are seeking Is certain and harmless care: For the benefit of humanity in general and the above in particular, I wish to pub lish the fact that I have taken the Eusor cure for liquor, and am completely and permanently cured of that habit. I have no desire or c. aving for alcoholic etimn lante. Thet eatment hne thoroughly rebuilt my entire physical a> stem, and placed me where 1 was before I ever took a drink of whiskey. I can say to all who have any de sire to be relieved of this fearful habit, or disease, that it will cure you, and tiace you once more among men. HArRY WILsoN. For particulars call at the Helena Ensor institute, 18% Edwards street, or add ass H. C. WILSON. Manager. Helena, Mont, Dr. Salvail has removed his residence to No. 72T8ifth avenue. Sons of Veterans' dance, Tuesday, Dec. 6. Sands Bros. have aust received a handsome asaortment of ladies military and triple cape ulatera. Excursion Rates to California. On the 15th of each month the Northe n Pacific railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go ing via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland and returinuig name way, $75. To San Francisco going via Spokane. Ta. couit and Portland and returning via Ogden ant hilver Bow, $90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland, entering San Frtnocsou in one direction either going or returning, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane, Ta coma, Portland and San Francisco, anti returning via Sacramento and Ogden, $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the linal limit of six months. A. T). Evnoc, Gen. Agi., Helena. Mont. CsAS. B. FEE, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn. Ladire, have you seen thosee tailor made coats with imperial sissves at'I ie lB, Hive? If not. call at once; they are brautisa. Notice to Stockholders. More than five per cent of the capital stook of the Elkhorn & Old Baldy railroad company having been heretofere subscribed for, notice is hereby given to the stockhold ers of the said company that a meeting will be held on the 16th day of December, A. D. 1892, at the parlots of the First National bank in Helena, Montana. at the hour of seven p. in.. for the purpose of choosing five directors of the said company to con tinue in office ontil the time for the annual election and until their successors are shosen and have qualified. T. H. rEINaon0dlDT, GEO. H. HILt., Wet. J. Louis, E. W. 1Nmoatr. Ja., HENS! H. HILL. Physaelan Wanted Good appearance, business ability and ambition as traveling representative in Montana for the lageset surgical institution and manufactory of braces for deformities in the went. A tiat-class opportunity for the right man. Call on or address 1ll South Main street. Helent. Mountana Ssvl.ngs Bank Pays intle set on deposits of $1 or more. r, per cent on on savings accounts. t per cent on time certificates. "aavlino is the seatet of wealth." OR PRICE'S The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. WOMEN't WORK AT THE ?AIJII. The Montana Ladles are Working il35thn* slastealely for the state. The seacess of Monte*a's exhibit *t ithe World's fair will deo end largely oh the work the women of the state will do. They bare taken under their especial oberae the funaishing of three of the parlors of tite Montana building at the fair, and they are working entbusinatically to have these roonie not only a credit to the state but also comifrtable for Montana visitors to the fair, Mrs. $. H. Mowey, of the women's board of World's fair managers, atended the meeting of the Silver Bow aseooiation the other day, and gave some account of the work the women in a doing. She asks that the county nsnooiations all over the state contribute money or a tides toward the furniehing and make efforts to have the house as homelike as possible. The paintina and decoriting of the wails will be done by the women. Madison conaty women will put in the firelure and mnrtelliece, ipud onme of the other counties are urged to provide pioturate for the walls and brri-a-brao for the cor iars and tables. Mrs. Howey also wanted some women to provide pillows for the conches and painted portieres to be hong between thi roonme. Mbe said it in pro poged to have a reception committee of ladies in thn building during the six months of the fair to take charge of the visitors and look after their comfort. It is farther proposed to furnish this committee with cards having the Montana state flower painted in one corner and the state coat of.arms iii another, to be ditributed to visitors together with a pamphlet relating to the enterprises of the state in which women are interested, ahort sketches of the pioneer women, synopsis of the school lawe and laws concerning marrie.l women's rights. The pamphlets are to be painted it the rxpesee of the state. A matter that should be of especial inter eit to the wmuen of Montana is the request from Prof. hihomar, who wants players for the women's orchestra. Prof. Talmadge airo wants i chirus of 2,000 voices, there being no limit to the number from any state, and the only qorrircation necessary is a good voice and ability to road classical music at sight. Montana abould have a number of women in ioth the orchestra and the choure. Mrs. Howey expo.ets the state to pay the expenrec of all who can take part, that is, goinm and retu ning. It will be necessary to be in Chicago at least two winks befo a the or.ening of the May fee trivl, for the purpose of practice. A good representation would be a great c edit to the state. It will be interesting to the women to know that a room in the women's building will be ect apar t for theesaleof articles made by them, and any one can have an oppor tunity to make some money. In regard to pictures of pioneer women it should be remembered that those coming to the state prior to 1805 are entitled to that hono-. I he colonial relics being gath ered for the exhibit should be at least 100 years old and in some way related to the original thirteen states. Mrs. Howey stated that a woman from Georgia asked her in Chicago the other day what Montana could expect to exhibit of colonial relics when the state was only admitted into the union a year ago. "lhat is so," replied Mrs. Howey. "but we all have to come from somewhere." By the side of the colonial exhibit, col lections of all kinds of ourios will be placed. One lIdy from this state has offered a table which she seenred on the island of St. Hel ens, and had been need by the great Napo lean. Sands Bros. have just received a handsome asror meat of ladies' military and triple cape niaters. Soos of Veterans' dance. Tuesday, Dec. 6. Get your boys a first-class coaster while the anow lse:s 'lie only good ones in the city can be found at 'I he has Hive. Five Hundred Dollars Reward. t TATE OF MONTANA, as EXECUrIVE OFFICE, Helena Nov. 80, 1892. A reward of five hundred dollars ($500) to heteisy offered for the apprehension and delivery to the sheriff of Dawson county, Montana, of the person or persone guilty of holding up the Great Northern railway train at or near Malta, in Dawson county, Mon tana, on the 29th day of Novembe . 1892. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the great seal of the state of Montana, this 30th day of November, A. D. 1802. Done at the city of Helena, the capital of the said state of Montana. By the governor. [Seall Jos. K. TooLE. Attest: L. RoTwtTT, heu'y of State. Butcher & Pradley have a full line of holiday goods and novelties, also all the latest designs in fancy wurtk anu materiale. 7 he best line of ladies' cloak, for the least m'n y can be found at ' he Bee Hive. Bonds Brie. have jast received a handsome asortmteut of ladies' military and triple cane ulaters. Nontee. To the Second National bank of Helena, Montana, E. D. Edgerton, president, George B. Child, cashier, and to the stockholders and di ectoes thereof, and all other persons interested therein: You will hereby take notice that the un dersigned, Louis Stadler and Louis E. Keufman, who aes upon the official bond of Joseph N. Kenok, assistant cashier of the said Secont National bank, made and exec uted to the said Secon: National bank, are no longer responsible ther eon and from and after the date hereof their liability on such bond is to sense and this notice shall oter ate as a withdrawal of their said signa tures therefrom and their liability thereon. Louts t T omn. L. E. EACTIFANN, Dated at Helena, Montana, this 29th day of November, 1892. Wintier undlerwear, hosiery. cor sets, notions etcle, at Ilitieher &t bradley's, which they sell at prices that defy computi on. Have you seen the beautiful line of French dolls at The liee Iive? every one is an art in itself. No ugly faces, but one prettier than the other. illako, our selections now and avoid the rush during the holidays. Notion. On and after Nov. 17, Montana Central train No. 23 will arrive from the north it 9:20 p. m. and leave Helena at 3:80 p. m. There will be no change in train leaving Helena for the north. B. H. LANGLEY, General Ticket Agent. If babe enjoys a sleigh ride be sure and buy it a P'eri land en. tsr at 'lbs Lee Hive, They are the satest and beet. Aitartion Ladles. Mrs. Francis Trueblood, late of Marshall, Field & Co., Chicago, has opened dress making parlors at No, 17 Warren street, where she would be pleased to meet the la dies of Helena. I 'r. tLiebig & iio. liars their periminient ol~Ite at in S Main -trout. instead of at hi terchants hetel. from ti let iti the 4th of I ecomber. Ihey ots chronic diseases where others fail. For Sale. Eight to ten thonuand shares of Mae min ing stock at 30o per shoae. PAT GALVIN. Attend one of the popular sales at The Boo tive and go homot leasrd with nie of their bar gains. 't heir srecial oslirr ace getting verry top ular, because they always do as they adveecise. Walter H. Little. Te*ephone IYAS 808 Powr ý..r din BUYS NOTES. Both Personal and Mortgage. COSMOPOLITAN Why is the 0"e10 aIan the Leading Note" t First-Our rates are reasonable. 61.16 and $1.S per day. tivound-We give a firstolass service for the Thlrd--Melae awe served at all hours, day and Pourth-The dining room is presided over by - 1 an order what you want and pay for what youget. tilitth--. t ndo not have to help payd bt'bil.sorem.o ritle hote. aeventh-ileotrisoara pass the house every 15 minutes. itlghth-And teast, it ron wili find one man that says these are not all faets we will give you a Ive-catat Montena Sapphire. H. C. BURG6ARD, PROPRIERTORL. Ladies' and Children's Claderwear Manulfactory. A FIN C KINiC OF LADIES' UNDERWEAR Fine Dresses Made to Order. Special Line of Chinese and Japanese Fenoy (Gends.. YEE CTILONG, PROPRIETOR. 124 Broadway, mat door to Merchants Hote. 'I'THE FINEN'l' Sleighs and Cutters In the city for Sleigh Riding at The "IH & S." Livery & Cab Coa's Stable Special Attention to Sleighing Parties. TELEPHONE 90. 17 PARK AV. BROADYAY FISH MARKET A. G. Smith, Proprietor. Tuckey, upoes nt, Grouse, Docke. Bulk t)yeters. Quaij, (Thicken, New York (Xmntr, (iesse, Baltimore Select, Kalamazoo Celery. a U Telephone 57. a ARTHUR (*. LOMBARD. *CIVIL* ENIINEER* No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESElIVOlRe, *CANALS AND IRRIGATION WORRi A SPECIALTY. "Common Sense" Sleighs. Wagons, Carriages, Etc. S. C. i S1-1 B Y .AT TE OLD STA The McDonaid Holus. 613 NORTH MAIN Si. team eat. DUNCMc0 WO LD, Fi il ih,,Itaths. Proprietor. Go to 102 Grand Street, back of First National Bank, and have your Suits Cleaned FOR $2 TO $2.50. All prioso for any kind of work reduced. Satis factionguaranteed. 0. "sXzOL=.+ J. L. SMITI-1, Freiiht aid Transfer Lille HELENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merchandise and other frelibta. Including ores, promptly trooafacred from thy denpot. lyOrder wili receive prompt atteuti.& Olfio n nil. r."l~lir s'c ryt.,- and at the d...o Boat Miss Seeiug ElM. . j fl FOR A GOOD 1e.UU ARCTIC. FOR A GOOD .75 BEAVER SLIPEER. 10 FOR A GOOD f.5) BEAVER SHOE. k). l, For our ,Matron" Shoe. 2.00V J ut the thing for the house. )ý FOR A GOOD .25d LIGHT RUBBER. Lots of Good Things for You --AT-- - FREDGAMER'S T. C. POWER & CO. Dealers in Farm and Mining Machinery of every deecriptiofl and State Agents for the 'Old Reliable" Schuttler and "iBone Dry' Rusliford Farm, Quartz and Logfing Wagons. Hay l3ralers, Boling Ties, Barh Wire, etc. Steamboat block, corner Helena avenue and Main Street. A New and Elegant Line of HETRISTMAS C11 ISTMS ~terware and G( C) OOCI ) NS. S i *- --DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM.--------* Helena Jewelry Company. l .'(11 GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE * - --- OF THE- - ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING Gents' Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shges, of the late.JAK FELDBERO. COODS ACTUALLY SLAUGHTERED Those In need of any goods in this iine would do well to investlgrat, as you csn save from 15 to 25t PElt CENT. on every article you Ipurchlase at the (lid-Trimoe Clothing House of Jake Feldberg's Estate. .A.. BI EE NB'E LD, ýA.axlager mEISENHORN CARRIAGE IANUFACTURING CO. -ALL KINDS OF Carriages and Wagons Made to Order. Repairing and Painting Promptly Attended to. HELENA AVE., ADJOINING STEAMBOAT BLOCK. TELEPHONE 121. Pride Qoeth Before a Fall I3= UT -. "The Pride of California" CANNED GOODS BEAT THEM ALL. M. D. PEARSALL, (Chas. Lehman's Old Stand.) Main and State Streets. SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. AGENTS FOR THE NOTED LEWIS UNDERWEAR FULL LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. Latest Blocks of Best Hatters Always in Stock. Reed, Craiig & Smith Co. GOLD BLOCK.