NEW YORK--O8 BStth Av.
tHELENA-BIiat ana Mata.
It must be provoking to buy
somewhere what was annouuced
as a great bargain, and to come
here afterward and find that our
regular, every-day price was
lower. Such things happen every
day-and every time it happens
we make a customer. We orig
inated price cutting' in Helena
There's never been a day since
we started in business but what
we led in it-and there never will
be one. No concern on earth
can undersell us on anything at
Silver Plated Ware is as as a
rule held at fictitious values. Too
many people think that the more
they pay for Silvetware the
greater the value they receive.
When we started to sell these
goods at right values people
thought they couldn't be good
but they soon learned the differ
ence. These special to-day:
Rogers' triple plated table
nives and forks, the forks plated
pure nickle silver, per set of
itx knives and six forks, $3.oo.
Rogers' triple plated tea
-oons, newest fancy patterns,
er set of six, 9oc.
Rogers' triple plated table
spoons, same patterns as tea
spoons, per set of 6, $z.9o.
Rogers' triple plated coffee
spoons, 25 patterns, per set of 6
In satin lined case, $i.oo.
Rogers' triple plated sugar
Rogers' triple plated butter
Sterling plated teaspoons, set
of 6, 25c.
Triple plated table casters, 5
bottles, hand engraved, $1.25.
Triple plated butter dishes,
Two very handy Lamps to tell
you of to-day:
Glass Stand Lamp with No. i
burner and chimney......25c
Glass Hand Lamp, with No. z
burner and chimney...... 5c
You can find Caramels every
where of high price and low
grade-but we offer you those of
high grade and low price. Come
and see and you will become one
of our many advertising me
The people who buy Cigars
of us--and there are many of
them-buy here because their
dollar does double value.
4 Quincys .................25c
4 Upmans ................ 25c
4 Raphaels.... .........25c
4 Flor de Stachelberg....... 25c
I)o you want any Snuff, Fine
Cut, Long Cut or Plug Cut? No
matter what brand or quality
Freshest and choicest of Table
2-lb bricks .............$ .55
5-lb tubs ................ 1..4o
io-lb tubs................. 2.75
And as for Groceries:
Best Dakota Flour, too lbs.$2.oo
Puritan flour, toolbs...... 1.90
Montana flour, too lb..... I.25
Graham flour, 0oo lbs..... 1.25
Corn meal, too lbs....... 2.00
Fresh hams, lb... .. ..... . .I
IBreakfast bacon, lb....... . x
Sugar drips, 5-gallon keg.. 1.25
l'otatocs, too lbs.......... ".5
Onions, too lbs .......... 1.30
New evaporated apricots.. .io
" pears..... .O.
" peach 's.. .o
Montana soap, per box.... 3.00
Kirk's soap, per box...... 3.60
Fancy Japan tea, lb........ is
F.ncy E. II. tea, lb........ .20
Fancy gunpowder tea, lb... .20
'ackage coffee, lb........ .20
They Fruit Departmeunt offer.
hbl. li en Davis apples.... $3.7 5
Large box fancy apples... I.50
/" crab ' ... 1.4o
" pears ......... I.5o
5-1b box green tomatoes.. .75
,nrge box cluinces........ 1.25
*ancy peaches .... ...... .A
nancy New York Concords .3o
ancy New York Rogers. .15
Eanv California grapes.. .. 5
lbs Jersey sweet potatoes. .25
ancy Lemons, doz....... .1o
'trictlv fresh oysters, can.. .50
oung, fat hens, ea.ch..... .4
Young Men's Ciphtal C ub Held a
Rousing Mass Meeting at
The Opera House Was Crowded
and the Interest Was
A£ 3amber of clued Pp+esha Were Slade
and Col. NItklm Doeliveree s
After the proceesio, headed by thj Hlg
ils' Cadot band and the drum oorps, had
paraded up Male street from I!ltb avenue
Iut night, the e owde on the strut, together
with the ydanz men In the parade, went to
the ogara bose, wiobh by elabt o'eloek
was peeked from top to bottom. Every
seat in the playbouse was occupied. and the
aisles were crowded with rgo. is who eould
not get Wets. Upon the platform weoe
ietains' band and eabot ftoty youag r-n
rprereating the alob.
When a stirring seleetion had been reoo
de:ed by the bard the chairman after a
few ia piop:iate remarks introduced J. P.
t'obmhl of Marylville, to whom had been
assegled the honor of reeding the reslet.
Steas endoreed by the yoeus men's elab.
fter reading the resolutioto, bhit rang
with pit le.lc, loyal seatimeate, M'.
RehmPi made a she:t but tellag speeob.
He received fiequet sad hearty applause.
Waller H. Little next followed in a short
address. John Baker, as a repreentative
of the workinogus, noat made a patriotie
speech. He said that this was a ceaLst ia
whleh the laboring men of the state were
smot interested. He told of the Anaconda
company's labor yoerd ard said that the:r
workingmen willi evetually pay for their
Alberl L Loeb followed with as eloquest
address. He esid that is took old men for
ooeael, but yeuag men for action. He
sald that the oosg mea of this elab and
COmmniity will mIke themselves a greet
f-otor la arooslag the people of Monstala
to the denger thaetennt6ae them. He
paid sa eloquest trlote to the noble
women of eclas who are aiding she eaet
of right I. this grat epital eoatets, and
re.llved groea applaoe. O. W. W. MOonel
ell mad&e as aeaost espeeh.
After another eeloestl by the bet O. P.
Connolly, O. M. irorkln adi F. L Stren
aanl made selrtnin, paltllle speobh.
eekb of She tnlOlemes reoelved bheety and
Llet. Oov. Dolihi et followed in an
eleoqgat and logaial addse.s. Col. Botkln
said that on behalf of thee who hber a
heavier burden of year, he weleomed the
young men .t Helees to the embattled
lorate that are arrayed Ior the preelt oea.
eato "It It not to be denied," he said,
"that the people of Hslesa have a mate
direet iateres in the question before us
than those of ensy oher eemmnualt, and
that we are eonftonte with a oedle of
gayve moment in he bioestoery ofat the oity.
At the same time, It ie possielble that we
mar undely magnify lie importanee. The
g owth of Beleos is set due to the loet ion
of the piltal, but to natural oonditoles
and the ena.rl. Intlligenoe and faith of
the people. The earita. Lae been am soei
oelast rather than a controlling faets. It
to p obable thit a single maiufactuitgl
or otbher ndestrial enterprtse with an Is
vestment of $300,000 weold eompesato for
the lose of all She immediate beneits that
we derive from its presene. The Ie.e
might reterd, but eelid not defeat the fal
Allment of the eity's destiny.
• If these considerations detraet as some
measure from the inlterest which w feel in
the coteest as members of 1i oorWmeanlty,
they inerease the Ilterest.wbieh we should
feel nto ommea with onr fellow-*isltiss of
Meontae. This view of the qenstio eshoed
be kept steadfastly at the ftreost. I he
termanent loontlesn f the eapital is a mat
ter that concerns every man, woman and
cbild, within oar beusarries, and local in.
terests shonld Le scrpoualy Imlinated.
The rrlneiplee that should entrol is the
greatest good to Lth greastst .sober."
Thse ef Mier rferse to 5he sltnatiom of
Heleaa with asepeot to the center of opala.
ilon, and speaklag of mesas of aeness, ade
quaog of accommodations, sir., he sald
that In all these reapeots anr
oue of the seven wards of Rele
0ena urpasles the whole oily of Ansoon's.
"Bot here hbas been thimst lito this cao -
paign." be contilued, "a fouteru that
raese it above the qeoution of coaveatene,
nad all other male lel seolsderatlons.
'I bhere has boos threaust into t a moral Issue.
It has come to be a quetion whether a
igantlo ecorroration can debauoeh te
voters of Montean and protlitule the etlcr
tlve tranchise. The saflet of selfgovera.
meat to on trlal. 'I he eampaign for Asa
eanda Is baed upon the Iasoleat assamp
tion that the men of Montana are readr to
sell the capital of ttelr state. It is the
most hideone and revo::lv spectacle ever
uepoced to the y es of tasnklnl.
'The lavish rspendit'ees of the Aan
conda Mimlnc company hborld convey n
wa nting that it not dis lorlla ing tI vst
some for only the direct lan I viqlito at
vautapes which it would realize frcm eaut.
llng the capital for its townlite. The
sobeme basi contemplation ol jects far
teyond this, its ltimate purpose is to
usurp conltol over the government ind
make the state of Montau itas tIrall rod
Its prey. If the plot shall meccead the
future of b!s stalte will be one that no
patr;otto oitiszn sae contemplate without
a shudder. Our credit will be ruined, our
industries crlpp.el and our growth rc
tarded, while a foul eloua of shame en
veloies as all, and oar pride, onl self-res
peel and all that eltse and dtignitie hu
man Ilfe are erushed Il the slimy cole of
After Col. Ulilein' s. eeoh the meeting
bloke up with thb e rousing che o rs ant
"tiger" fer Halesa.
You can bay edte.s pattern at 1 he lies Ilsve
with linings inoluded a. oihlap as thi price of
Ihe fle. llth will contilau their bargain iale
on bllankete ter this w~k only. tail and· so
A )I.luittful Trip.
Via ~alt Lake and Denver to Chicago and
the enst. A dip in the aresi salt Inke or a
fwa iday's visit tnt Ianltou b.ucrlia sit.
uated It tho foot of likes Peak, cannot be
toualed on this continena.
uollman dining car route. For rates,
etc., call it the Union Paciflo office, No. .i
North Main strearL Jeleas.
11. O. WILs.nw,
In a transontinental journey notidou can
keep out of the ears the volcuin asIh or alkali
dust raio.l by the whill of the puielngt train.
but the lureat Northern is entirely froe fruo
this illlaoa.noe. It runs tbrouihl iou san doserts
andl itsru: trd is rook bLllatuid,
(io to 7 its Ifle Hlvi for btargains n drry goods.
l'olitus l':aes Math - W.. d.
i',erinet No. 11, removl from Ilose house
to 1404 llelena avenue.
Preolaot No. 1., plaie at 1800 Helen
7 hi tLest dollar nndsrwear in the acly for
lld4iseat Ithei ie I l.iv
HIgg*is OtehcstrA HIaf.
IDon'L forad the ball of Eleetrio batI
Frlday evenlng. 00l. 2. Given by the
E lRgies oreheetri.
I upulaf prieo.t re~eke at The Itee Hi,..
Jaesee::.' IaIoIm Cewp..7
1avev plasce for net ead bararstu In No
and band upripb glawce.
Kid eambrie coal Sw aate p.: yard at 1 ta
Re e ive.
IIIELSNA FOR THE CAPITAL
Lelleving te Illseaselo of the Ioestle
of the pertmaset seat of government to be
of the aeatest 4 qeseeqene to the eltlssens
of Manntans, I behalf of tihe eltlsen of
Heless we o1lr0 to teot In Joint dleomslos
asy I*ntleman who war deltre to ad
vooate the claim of Anmeonde. Tbh fol
lowlng gentlemen will address the votek
Io behalf oflHlensm
W. A. Olark.
'1. U. Carter.
J. K. loots.
W. I. Beade e.
Marlin Magi als.
It. P. Osteouter.
N. W. MeConnell.
bamss I Wo:d.
E. D. Weed.
leatl J. astkell.
W. L Ostlle.
H. N. Blake.
Wm. W&llane. Jr.
(. B. 1o. on.
A. C. Botkhn.
C. O. Ne.m in.
A. J. oC oavn.
J. M. Olementa.
J. J. Wlebh.
Gec. M. Iioorqsln.
J. It. Bar.ols.
John A. LIrrVeht
I'. A. Carleton.
F. E. ht nabhas.
0. W. MoConntll.
M. 8. Nan.
J. H. > hober.
T. 0. BMab.
A. II. Nelson.
C. P. (obcolly.
H. C. LSmth.
It. If. Hower.
F. l1. et, Ifup.
Albert I. Loob.
GOo. F. Ibelton.
ah. H. Mentlire.
T. e. Crotcher.
W. H. uthberlin.
Oct. 20. O. W. Moconnell and M. 8.
Oat. 20 (fte moon), U. W. MoConmell
And M. t. Unun.
O-t. 19. O. W. MoConnell and I. 8.
Oct. 20, Hon. T. UI. Carter and J. M.
ot. 28. Bam'l Wo d and H. N. Blake.
Oct. 81, W. F. .ands:r sad N. W. Me
Oat. 22, T. H. Carter.
Oct. J8, Wm. Wallaoh Jr. and A. J.
Oat. 20, (afte:noon), T. H. OCrter and J.
Oat. 24, Basn' Wo 4 and H. N. Blake.
Oct. 22 (aft'sooon). T. H. Carter.
oat. tl (aftrsnoon), Wi. Wallle, J .
sad A. J. Orevem.
Oct. 24, N. W. MeCoosell and A. C. Bot
Oat. 29, W. F. tenders and N. W. Mo
Oct. 23, O. W. McConnell and T. K.
DLACKFOOT Ae ICT.
Nov. 8, A. H. Nelsoa sod F. E. Streas
Oat. i K H. Melontie mad Lee Word.
Oat. 28, Q IL Nolan.
Oct. 30, T. H. Carter.
Oct. 20, T. HI. Carter.
Oct. 19. J. R. Bar owa and J. A. Lrrgent.
Oct 20, E. A. Carlton und Albert 1. Loeb.
Oat. 24., A. H. Nelson and F. E. Strens
Nov. 2, J. IL Barrows and M. S. GOon.
CRAIO AND STICZNIY.
Nov. 8, J. 11. Barrows and L 8. Gaon.
Oct. 25, Wm. Wallace, Jr., and A. J.
Oct. 18, C. C. Newmnn.
Oot. 81, A. H. Nelson and F. E. Strans
Oct. 22. 8. H. Mlcotlre and Lee WorJ.
Oct. 22, O. W. McConnell and T. E.
Nov. 1, A. H. Nelson and F. E. Stranu
Oct. 20, L H. McIntire and Lee Word.
Oct. 25. Marto Magini.e and E. D.
Oct. 27, O. I. McConnell and T. E
Oct. 29, F. E. Stronsban.
Oct. 19, Samaol Wo d and H. N. Blake.
EAOAN I 11 OL nOUSE.
Oct. 26.ti, C. U. Nolun.
Oct. 22, A. f. Nelson and F. E. Strans.
Oct. 27, B. H. McIntire and Lee Word,
OL t? OOW.
Oct. 25, A. H. Nelonu and F. E. Sitres
Oct. 29, S. H. Molntire and Lee Word.
Oct. 20. N. W. McConnell and T . Bich.
Oct. 23, W. F. :snders and Win. Wel.
Oct. 22, N. W, McConnell and A. O. Bot
Oct. :10, afternoon, J. H. larrows and U.
Ot.. 26, N. W. MecConnell.
Oct. .7, A. II. Nelson anl F. E. tlran-.
()ot. 31, . 11. Mel atarc and Lee Word.
Oct. 22, C. II. Nlnn.
II ,MI TO'f.
Oct. 27, T. IU. Cart 'r.
Oot. .4, A. J. ('raven.
O)t. It) ,ftiotrnoon), E. A. Carleton and
Albe t 1. Loeb.
K ALT III .I .
(Ot. -J, Ma:tiUn hUlagntl mud A. J.
)Oct. 7. C. II. Nulnu.
Nov. 3., T. It. C'nter.
Ot. 'r T. Il. (' trter. W. I>. Collen and
J. M. Cleaennt.
Oct. no, W. t. Banders and N. W. Mo.
()Oct. 2. C I. 1. Nolan.
Nov. 1. T. II. Cart( .
I ANDIt' ltY.
)Oct. 29, A. II. Nelson and F. 1. LSrana
I IYTIRPI'I. MILA4
(Oct. 10 (evening) E. A. Carleton and Al
bert 1. Loeb.
(et. 26, A. II. Nelson and F. E. Ittlna.
Oat. 30, B. I. Melntir, smIi Lea Word.
ot. 27, W. F. -andere and N. W. Mo.
()t. .'0, W. I' . (Culleo.
OeS. 2~i. MIai' Word and I. N. lIake.
()t. 24, Malt.l MaInItn and T. H. Car
(Jol. 20, John 1i. aIrruows rand J. A. Lat.
Oct. 19I, Wm. Wal'aar, Jr.
NEW IltifA 41.
Ict. 24, O. W. to.unnoll and T'. E.
1)ot. 19 W. H. lutbehrllo.
Oat. d2), tilm'I Wor and U. N. (Ilake.
Oct. 19, E. D. Weal and T. J. Wallb.
i'll 11.1 IC' )11 5i.
Oct. 19, N, W. McConnell and T'. C.
Oct. 24, W. F. landers and William Wal
Nov. 2, A. lI. Nelson and F. E. 6trama
Oct. 21. H. U. MIntlare and Lea Word.
Oct. 22, kaomuel Word and H. N. HIlake.
Oct. 'J, Jobs it. larrows and M. H.
Oct. 25. . H. L Carter.
Oct. 81, Jobu It. Ha rowsl ad M. ~.
AT. I'n.rlT'Ia' MIa tInN.
Nov. 1, Joihn i. Barrows and M. ,.
Oo . 2% O. W. MoOonnull and T. E.
Oat. !k, Martin Meaitnts and A. J.
Oct. 24, C. B. Nolan.
Nov. 2. T.. Co.rt1r.
TII MI.'.NN ALL..
Oet. 23, Martin Msallnis and A. I.
Oct. 22, J. IL Drrows nod J. A. Largent.
Oct. 20. E. D. Wooeed and T. J. WllsL.
Oct. 27, Wai. Wa'laee, Jr.
Oat. 20 (afternoon). A. I. Loab and E. A.
Ladi.e.' mimes ad ohlUdron's eloek at The
Thi PE.. Hi is salian stabdard calncoes at
THE VERY BEST
And Fall Ij~ti
And New N4Otktles,
Make REED &
0 Shirts That
Unrlvaled Preparation 1fo the Hair,
EAU DE QUININE.
Thuafr joue ad Inuie s irrn
It -,mhI.ne, thoe .tlmi tnflnS 10t0l, of ni:
11 tth tho butrltl S Taiut. Qr 41\t01 h, I
hAS nIneS meat I't b CNL for tbao 5roasl
lu o 18aIr. In
IT 18 DELIGHTFUL TO USE.
IT I8A SURE CURE FOR DANDRUFF.
IT 18 INUORSIA BY EVERYBODY.
IT 19 ruN ;,ALE EVEfYWHERE
lr non't h,- Jrr~· It.-dm, Illltn lI i.. 1 , .
thatnalae, ··Eo 1'+n+1 U,'~ lion rtrry bn[II1 I
LILAdalbE t '; ANCE.
fParch*D'Ahell Oru! Co.
SAMUEL Kw, DAVIS.
I Iron mounla ' tt, . lian g
'nral f.,r one wrek; s1IiglIng anrla'ndl c.on
crntrrateI daily. Best p)urc:I. lu the
[:a1.1 l tutte-LOW tfh 15n NWIbnre
WA NI! n.
ho,,t li-ru Croac II £ low IUntr.
26 and 27 Bailey Block.
DR. H. J. WIR1'H'S
lot I' aPalsae *L aotI ýa Nofolt b ul
Derntal l' anita QOpoeatt. [riS National Ilsak
XXES. - ' XES.
T'o I~t'h. Our S .!. We O(),r
.I1I1,IY', - ALL HF I .I E , , I' I.!,;lI:1)
PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH.
Il'.l (City I)ouh!e-Iht A'e . it 7 I'., I,.
W uod (h 11p r,' l.aul., WV -dge, 1, ., .t ' 'Iri.ce.
A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
CLMENT, PLASTER, HAIR, POWULH, ( Al,, U.! ,
GARLAND AND JEWEL STOVES AND IANGLS.
TI-LETNBA, MOQN'1' !NA .
We will mako you the best'
Suit ol Cloths:i you ever wore for
the some mroney you paid to have
it made ena.t it will be All V/uoi
and Will Fit.
WALTER & DYLL,
Main rtreer, Over Thee. Cruse Babk.
Esthetical and Practical.
VWe display the finest !ino of Wall
Paper and Mouldings ever seen inl
this city. We succeed in beautify
ing the house, in preserving the
cheerfulness of the firesid', and
make Interior Decorations that
appeal to the tustes of alL
KIsominngi. Littlefield & Co
Mixed Paints. BAILEY BLOCK.
CHICAGO FISH CO.
Wholesale dealers in Oysters,
Fish, Poultry and Game, Country
orders will receive our careful
Stephenis Bro"., Proprietors.
104 Blradwarl. lelen., Meot.
The Old International.
MAIN -TlM:E:'. Ill:LENL
Tiheold and p'pt.lar i.ternationr1 Ifo:el ix
,pin for bultin..s. both uO the Amerilu aund
khrop.au plan, under the msnaovment of HIar
cus I is.uer.
Illles from $1. 25 a1)ay Irp tI slel* Mealt
Dilnng room under the mangeoment ol Chris
'lhe celebratl'I Liesnor'i Mineral Water used
in all departtuant.
Elegant Mineral Baths in Connection
To buy Diamonds cheap. i have
a larou stotck uf Diunionds that I
will sell foi tho niext 30 dtuy, lor
les; than cost che lpor that you
canl buy them at whl:osale.
A. (GOLDBERG, 19 S. MA.IN ST.
MME. C. LAFLEUR.
21l N)H'il hZOUDNIY.
THL BCST SCHOOL TO LEARN
Booiiccpuusg, Shor~iliaiN, fciieraoliy,
.nrrd All (`iuunu Iiuagltli Urmnob., Ii tlhu
BLUIN A DAY Oft NIGHT CUURSE NOW.
A GREAT CHANCE
mr, .rI of flna land ind.nr feD.. tine Inrr
1 ~, o" h ýYml lgi in«~ t ~dula l ou,. ta's.. 14r0 ui,* .1t .,: i Lan, n
nu~l I' i~ l. II ar u l r'. d b at r ti.., anl t"y I, f.. I
isnflon ranch at Giraftlu. N is taut. ('all uu
,.r aOlHrN* JIIN II. tiKiKtC.
East India Bitters
--Ait '1 TII -
BEST IN THE WORLD.
AFamily ' lonic Beverage.
f.leytlo l by L~V . H L M e ,ll., leDapnrtmrnl
after exta u.t"in .ialym.. &. a a i dleln au n 1 ps*
wittedll to be o;d witr uu' ILor licnN.e.
Oppenheimer & Aschl
101 IOUTLll MAIN ITRE.T.
PHIVATE SCHOOL OF
Shorthand and Typewriting,
1 his school is in ,enion flve days of e .l.
week t:urin th,, entire ynur. Yvenlng lataog
Now it tho time to ester school. or furt
Iarticllars call on or addrese Mary . Jae
principal. I ailey Ulock. Folea.
Not Col. Jackson.
Not Gen. Jackson.
Not .:tunewall Jackson
Nor any otlhr Jackson except the
!N lllh C I MN',
SUNDAY, OCTDBER 21,
LLook Out For It.
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