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HlnEINA---t13x an Main. If we could Impress on you how anxious we are to dispose of this stock before moving-we'd do lots of business with you. The new store is entitled to a new stock and will have it. Everything here goes at your price-at any price. We import crockery direct save the importers' profit-save the jobbers' profit. We pay cash and save cash discounts. Is it to be wondered that other dealers claim we sell at less than cost to them. English Semi-Porcelain Cham ber Sets, io pieces, decorated un der the glaze in dark blue, brown, light blue or pink-$2.35. Here's a bargain for you in high class, up-to-date Dinner Sets. The ware is the very best ever made for actual service, be ing as handsomely finished as China and far more durable. The decoration is the very newest and most correct thing. T. & R. Boote's (England) Royal Premium Semi-Porcelain, china finish, decorated with dark blue enamel under the glaze, the pattern traced and the edges lined with genuine hand-bur nished gold. Sets contain zoz pieces, as folklows: 12 dinner plates. S2 breakfast plates. 12 soup plates. x2 sauce plates. 12 butter plates. z platter, 15-inch. I platter, 13-inch. 2 covered vegetable dishes. a open vegetable dishes. .i sauce boat. I covered butter dish. z tea pot. I sugar bowl x cream pitcher. I2 cups and saucers. We have also the same decora tion in olive green. These sets are worth and bring usually $20. We offer either of them at $2z. You've been used to drug store prices for brushes-that's the reason you haven't bought more. When you get used to our prices yt'll find that you can havda bIy~l for every need for almost nothing. Just now we're selling paint, whitewash and kalsomine brushes. They're all first-class goods at fourth-class prices. Whitewash brushes, long bris lea, brass bound: % inches wide............2oc 7, inches wide ............25C Kalsomine brushes, handled, ong bristles, brass bound: inches wide.............3oc inches wide.............. 35c Paint brushes, round, long ristles, wire bound: o. 6 size.................. oc o. 5 size ................. I5c o. 4 size ................. 2oc 'o. 3 size ................. 25c Varnish brushes, flat, extra cavy, all bristles, tin bound,' edar handles: inch wide ................ oc y inches wide............. oc inches wide... .......... Sc ash tools, any size ......... oc Don't pay a big price for a oor pipe when genuine meer chaims can be bought as cheaply a we sell them. A new lot, the esult of a fortunate purchase in ew York -worth $3.50 to 7.75 each-but selling while ey last for $1.75 to $3.50 each. We're selling lots of the Eden erfecto Cigars-half price does Everywhere else they're 25c ch, here zat c. IT WAS ALL EXCITEMENT, Suh a Day Was NeHover Witnessed in the History of This City. Nothing More ersions Ooourred Here, However, Than a Few Knook Downs. Alremlsg RepeeMs Sea by Aaeseeds pAgets irimg a Party iFre Balte s. Ilseeaee fod.e leans Never In the history of any battle fought through the ballot box was there so much excitement as was seen In Hel ena yesterday over the capital fight. Main street was literally alive with people all day. As soon as a man had voted he would come down town and mingle with the crowd and these con stant accessions helped to swell the crowd until it became a dense mass from ilxth avenue to the head of Main street. All was excitement. Two men had only to get into an argument, whether it had pny bearing on the capital question or not, and inslde of a minute they would be surrounded by a surging crowd. As fast as one excite ment quieted down there was a new one to take its place. Nothing serious came of any of them, however. The saloons were all closed and as very few had ac cess to any stimulants the great crowd kept pretty good natured over the situa tion. It was only when some Anaconda booster adopted the bulldosing tactics of the corporation town that there was anything that wasn't good natured. Even then nothing more than a few passes and a possible knock down fol lowed. Reports of all kinds gained cur rency and kept the crowd in a fever of excitement. Every rumor, like a snow ball, gathered as It rolled until it gained enormous proportions. Most of them, It may be stated, started from nothing or from very little. Around the various precincts all day there were crowds of voters, besides nu merous workers getting men to the poll ing places. Teams of all kinds were out engaged in this work and they did great service. No man could give the excuse that he couldn't get to th6 polls; he didn't have to ask transportation. A hint was suficient, and it was fur nished. Despte the interest taken and the number of peeple about the polling places everything went off quietly. Oc casionally two people Would get into an argument over politics, but that only created a ripple. Politics, for the time, were forgotten. Not that the candi dates and their friends weren't taking any Interest in it. They were working like beavers all day and getting in votes for themselves and for Helena. Outside of the active work of the candi dates on the several tickets nobody would have known there was a political battle going on as well as a capital fhe greatest excitement of the day. however, came along about four o'clock in the afternoon. Then the news reach ed Helena that a special train had left Butte with a gang of Anaconda Pinker tons and thugs and several lawyers, bound for this city. The information spread like wildfire, and soon there were volunteers ready to go to the Montana Central depot to meet them and see that they did not make any trouble or raise any disturbance, which was said to be the object of their visit. The re port also stated that there were several lawyers on the train, coming over for the express purpose of securing the re release of some Anaconda booders who had been arrested for trying to bribe voters. Foreseeing that too much of a crowd might bring about the very trouble it was sought to avoid, about twenty leading citisens got together and decided to march to the depot to receive the visitors. Though this was considered sufficient yet the crowd could not be kept away, and the advance guard was followed by other and smal ler detachments until several hundred people were gathered at the Montana Central depot. Some mounted the tops of cars and craned their necks to get a first view of the expected train, which was schedulel to arrive at quarter past At last the cry went up: "Here she comes," and the crowd lined up along the platform, leaving a good space for the expected passengers to alight on. The train consisted of only an engine and tender, a caboose and one day coach. And instead of a large gang of thugs there alighted about a dozen Inoffensive looking lawyers and a stenographer. They were given a cheer and a cordial greeting. The party con sisted of Wm. Scallon, W. W. Dixon, M. Kirkpatrick, J. H. Curtis, J. F. Kirby, John Caplice, John Hranagan, Rod Leggat. Chas. Schmidt, Thos. Bul ger, Ous Erickson and T. J. Mana han. Several of them are the retained attorneys of the Anaconda company and others are business men of itutte. They were under the Impreslion that at least seventy-five Anaconda sympa thizers had been arrested without cause by ti..' police of Helena and jailed, and that they were not per mitted to give bonds. )lispatches to this effect had been sent to Butte by the Anaconda spies here and the ab surd story was believed by many. When the story had been quite gen erally circulated in Butte a party was made up to come to Helena to rescue the Anaconda men from what they wehe pleased to style in their bulletins, "out rageous persecution." The gentlemen were very much surprised to learn that only about a dozen arrests had been mnade in Helena throughout thei d1R) and that there were good grounds for those. e\veral arrests for attempted brih ery were' mInAtde early In th day. tilln two of the men were nearly $200 apies-. all in Sb hills,. On one of them was 1lfound a list of naime' of men who had been interviewed by the Anaconda workers lland who were, according to his statement, to be seen by the boodle distributors before voting. Copies of this list were soon in the hands of the pollee and the ward workers, and the people suspected' of wanting to well out we're losely watched. One of the men arrested was Angus Mct)onald, formerly a Northern Paciflc engineer. He had gotten Into conversatilon with G'leolge Sullivan, who remarked that he had lust cast a vote for Helena. Mc D)onnal, it is claimed, applied a vile name to any man who would vote that way. At this Sullivan struck Mv Ionaldi. Hoth were arrested. McDon aid told Jailer Walker not to let apiy of his friends see him, as he did not want any hall. t'harles O. Brian. another of the men arrested, had on his person a big knife liHe was released on hail and will Ihe chargedl with carrying con claied weapons. After taking dinner at the hotel. W WV. )i)xon ,and others of the Butte party weInt to the city hall. where thoy found but two men who needed their services They were P. R. )Dougherty anIt Thomas Oraves, who were ar rested on the charge of purchasing or attemptlng to purchase votes. The men had failed to procure hall. John H. t'urtls and John Branagan, two of those who came over on the p*ic'einl train, went on both Dougherty's and /(raves' bonds. The former's bolndl ans tixed at $160, and the latter's 1,000. Angus McDonald. whom the rescuing party were particularly analous to save trtm what had been styled "oUt rageous police persecution," had been released,before the train got here. As stated before he did not oare to pe rl. leased even had bolndsmen offered thelr servicres, andlt when he got ready to leave he was permitted to go without bail. Oraves and l)ougherty will come Up fIt hear*ng nlater. The police be lieve they have, enoulgh proof to con vict them of the charge against them. lCvery pollilg place in the city was watched hy 1'inke'rton detectlves at I night while the Judge's were niakling the count. At some' polllng plaser they were norticed watching throeluh the win dows, with tilhe Idea of discevering some irregularity in the manter of making the countt but in this they were disappointed. Late in the afternloon Mayor Weed appeared in a carriage on upier Meln strI'et and made a 1,sp.ech to, the' vot,'r. I A higK lrowd at pIceI' snonll l'undeld the, carriage and cheered'i tihe mnayor' hieart Ily. lIe suaid that therre werr fifty ,r more men in the First ward who ,Hde1 not votetid and whic, he thought, mnust be weilting aroundcl feor no goteci reason. He ralled upon all whl, had lnot cast their ballots to (to so at once. Those whot hd nlot vloted generally followed the advice. THEI CITY hCHOULS. l-poert of ASpeleteedeot Teens for the Mlelh Wated Nne. S. The repcert Iof P'rof. It. (I. Young, superintendent of city ac'ho.ls, for the mnonth ended Nov. 2, lIves the follow ing flgures: Number of atchoels, 38; number of beys enrolled. 838; number of girls ,enrolled, 947; total enrollmen t, 1,785; Incrl, tae oever Octobe.r of last year, 150; puplels i n tered during the month, Ill; pupils dropped during the' month, 90; belong lig at present, 1,669; average number belonging, 1,658 45; ave'rage, dIlly at tendance, ,59i4.37; cases of tardiness, 90: days of absence, 1.280; per cent of attendancee. 96.05; per cent oef I)unctuUl ity, 99.84; pupils neither absent nor tardy, 959: number eof visitors, 167; num ber of truancies, 19; cases of teachers' tardiness, 5; c'ases of corporal punish ment, 8. The following schools had the highest per cent of attendance: Misn Hopper's, 98.48; Mrs. Carpenter's, 98.41; Miss Woodman's. 98.19; Miss Williams', 97.56; Miss Laura Teague's, 97.44; Misc Cram's, 97.71; Mrs. Williams', 97.23; Mrs. IeCamp's, 97.14; Miss Miller's, 97.50; Miss Woodruff's, 97.04. The schools taught by the following teachers had no cases of tardiness dur ing the month: Miss Avery, Miss Al lison, Miss Ens, Miss Burton, Miss Bradley, Miss Woodruff, Miss Wood man. There were thirteen schools hav Ing but one case of tardiness each. The following schools rank the high est in both attendance and punctuality for the month: Mrs, Carpenter's, 99; Miss Hopper's, l9.19; MisI Woodman's, 99.09; Miss Miller's, 99.71; Miss Laura Teague's. 98.09; Mies Woodruff's, 98.52; Mrs. Williams', I8.5; Miss Cram's, 98.73; and Mis E. Williams', 998.4. Ama.~t at Thie Males. Abe Enberger, New York; F. Carow ther, New York: Wm. Allen, Chicago; Geo. B. Jordan, Chicago; Ches. R. Tib bitts, Winston; W. L. Gannon, Win ston; J. M. Berry, St. Louis; H. S. Wi mas, Salt Lake City; F. Calklns, St. Paul; W. S. Hay, St. Paul; Mr. Car lisle, Minneapolis; W. 8. Hooper, Boul der; T. J. Monaghan, Boulder; B. 8. Ricks, Mluisulsppl; Chas. H. Hilt and wife, BeloLt, Wis. Aurlvale at the evra Setrat.r P. Nolan, Great Falls; A. B. Cook, Helena; Eugene 3. French, Helena; P. J. Kelly, Spokane; W. A. Frances, Bose man: Max Waterman, White Sulphur Springs; George Beymour, Park; J. P. Langga. Hc;-, Ida.; Jas. M. Ralston, Marysville; John Conway, Marysville; Dan McLaughlin, Boulder; J. H. Wal sher, White's Gulch; Eben Oakes, St. Paul; F. D. Howe, Kansas City; J. 8. Keerl, Helena: Ed Winston, Billings; L. J. Beemer, Chicago; Jno. J.Painton, Marysville; R. C. 1White, St. Paul; E. Kamber, Clancy; J. J. Glenn, Boul der; I. H. Wood, Butte; Will Hanks, Great Falls; James Anderson, Winston; T. J. Robertson, Spokane; F. L. Greg ory, Winston; Ge0. E. Price, Helena; G. C. Weed, Minneapolis; M. Fitzpat rick., Valley; Mrs. Fitzpatrick. Valley; F. W. Saltee, San Francisco: W. E. Wild, Salt Lake; Thomas Crahan, Hel ena; Jas. Holliday, Butte; W. Wood, Townsend; John Peterson. Wolf Creek; J. H. Evans, Boulder; James Lindell, East Helena. The Bee Hive will continue their bar gain sale on blankets for this week only. Call and see them. "Lseanesla Tletls to Caltferats." Take the short and by twenty-four hours the quickest route to California. Elegant Pullman palace and tourist sleepers. The dining car route. The Union Pacific has placed on sale daily tickets from Helena to California points, limted to sixty days going with privilege of returning any time within six months, good for stop-over, at following rates: To Ban Francisco, going via Ogden and returnng same route. .8. To Ban Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland, and vice versa, seu. To Ban Francisco, going via Portland and returning same route, $75. To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sacramento, and returning via Ban Fran clsco and Ogden, or vice versa, $89. To Los Angeles, golnx via Ogden and Slan Francisco, returning via Ban Fran cisco and Ogden, $93. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and returning via Bacramento, or vice versa, $99.50. Through sleeping car reservations and further Information can be had by call ing on or addressing 36 North Mainstriee, Helena. H. O. Wilson, Freight and Passenger Agent. Ladles' fleeced Jersey ribbed under wear, only 50 cents at the Leo Ilive. "What's a tabhle rl'hly sptrea,l. Without a loaf of N.lendid bread?" No table Is uompletely ant tinstefully siread without a loaf of breat miadle ft.cm that king of ftlurn. "lex " Thrice hnIse', is the housekeepler who uses it. 'Your dealer sells It! 4 Its igtcfa tripi Via Balt lske. ant lie-ver to ,a 'itgo and the esnt. A dip iI the, great nitl I.kke or it etw laysi' viclt at Maniltolnl H lr..its, slticitl act ti he foot of I'tk a's 'Peak, cannot ibe equcaledl on this conti nent. T'ullntan dlning ca route. iFor rates, etc., call at thh, I 'ton cPaclof, oftice, No. d3 North Main street, Helenic H. O. Wilson. Passenger Agent. The Bee IHive leads in low irices. Ulve them.t a call. KIS Nolonlneu I.od .. N .. g. I. F. J A. it A veets it taa thinr \Yedneuwsy of sash month In Mertulo hill. Visiting brwtlhreu are cordjallyo ºit.rJ to "Lmd. J. gn. Wi IIMP.R W. I. kI LLK KLtL:u. r e reta. Kmoelallor .otlgo hN. I,1. 0. 0. P. Mnet. orrer W'.dnisibi.. A rrgul marl lag itf the above LaeW iwill be aeld itis evening at tatir lode roomnt llt tb. clty e O(N o~'rlo. k. H ulnsroD bntkve w R. H. DIau ta un.l.dt o aanri I Red (Crosl No I, 1R. of P. A ?deele.Werv Wedneedap. Regular eet] of bovelodge will be ºcW thl i ý*'rinek rrrsll at eight o'clok .harp, a K. f P. llU1I IlebLa a,. nen. N. 1'. elie . $ jeornisa bDrthers we kindly ilvited to at ead . . , 111 SM The Best Roast Beef In Town.... That's what a customer of ours, said the other day and lie didn't know we heard him. Well, we did, and it pleased us. 'You'd say the same thing, if you bought your meats of ut. Our meats are always the bst to be found in this town or any other. This week we not only have some very line Roast Beef but some of the finest I'ork ever seen in the northwest, as tender as chicken. \'e sell for cash and cash only. Please remember this. MIOWAY CASH MARKET, C. H AUTHIER & CO. Next to Postoffice. Telephone 116 1iwSQSbSfi OL I ND DELICATE. RESTFVL 1144 U I UU rotl Its. V ad ty m otbet tae1i a.d.. iwsst. b..iahmet Ctsar caskt twn. ParcheuD'kiea1 Drat Co. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. L. MIND,0 MANAGER. ~I .I THE Here ONE ID TWO GREAT NIGHTS SUCCESS OF Starting ... THIS FR/DAY CENTURY N ov. 9 IN THtE DRAMATIC WORLDcy A Stable of Kentucky Thorough breds. That Unique Pickanliny Brass Band. Wale of Foete and Bose. bleine Thursday. Noy. 8, at Leokwoo i's Drgs ttoreo. Usual prione The Old International, .lAIN A ~ E r'. IIl'LtN The and s se r Intornation:Il Ilo:ol i. open. ,r bt. l. Ith .n i the n r atnll and Inrotpan plbai. i the umanagsennt of Mar on. ILuner. lates trou $1,,S1 a Ia I .p SIhlIle Meal 4igC (Cents. Dining roi tj er the managnment ofr thri. Muckel. - I he relebrated lssuer's Mineral Water teed in all d~pytmalets. Elegant Mineral Baths in Connection SAMUEL K. DAVIS. 8PECIAL ITWVlSTMNT RMOC'RS. 5.0E 1r Moaustal, in lotl; option eo eurod lor o0O weekL; ebhppll carload oon centrateg 4illg. BHet parobase ta the lerket. Iald mme---1.000 and 160 bshru. W&NTI P. Combinalle). Phllipabota. ouothers Cree"s t low grte. 26 and 27 Bailey Block. CLARENCE J. JOHNSON. Architect and Superintendent t1 'OWn uuuALDrn& 1 XES. - TXES. To Reduce Our Stock We Offer I(KE.IIY't" ALL FH'EEL I 'OIIdIIF4I) PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH. I'. ll City Double-l it Axes at 75. I:; Ih. Wood Cholppers' Mauls, Wedgl s, ;t( ., at Low Prices. A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO. .- ZI, 1>- Johnston & Murphy's SHOES FOR GENTLEMEN. ....... A CLARKE&d FRANK MONTANA S1 OE CO. PRIVATE SCHOOL OF Shorthand and Typewriting. Shis school is In lsesioe five days of each week durlal the entre year. Evealag lssonLs. Now is the time to eater shool For fortber artlculanre rll on or address Mary L Jackman. principal: 'l.er Blook. Helenl. As To Game. We are headquarters for all kinds, but just now we call your attention to our ducks. To best in the market in the line of Fresh Fish and Domestic Fowls can always be found at our place. CHICAGO FISH CO. r1ephose Broo., Proprlletrl. 104 Broadway, Hlells, Most. Thoms F. Oak0 , Henry c. Paa Htenry C. lioun, lo.elverl ORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. Runs Through Cars BETWEEN ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, FAHOO, GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG -AND HELENA, BEUTTE, b.POKANE TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORTLAND. Pullman Sleeping Cars. Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Cars TIME 4CtHFta'L.. ITAINA AIRRIVII T MIL.L' No. 1, l'arcih, Mal. wa..' bound .. 9 2 m N,.?. Atlanta. M l. east bmnd . . .. N li. .ain Noiu. t Mary)valie aecno,nra n-nn ..... .J to m Nti,. 1', \ ck B.ulwer and Flkhbral acn t .inI tNu.' ls4a t) i .Cjt tllt INu 1' Ilimini miIedl Mondays only. .:3U0 . tn 11441%N DIlVAlT FROM fL EML.'1\. Na 1. I eVrI. Maal. wret taun I . 9:.15. : n.4s . Atlllia n t Hil . ..ep tI In a '1 a: 1 a, I No. 7, Marp,otlhe l,.'.,n mr.itt ,, 1 Ly iU tn No. to. '-icka r, ul.hie:r and l.Ikh.,rn N Cl". lalln l,,t el a 1 a. .i I aly a . I t uIll da i. 7 15L n. No'. 0lot, hIlah i minIII, tMand'v onII, :03l. m Vor ia foriata 11&na, ItlU carda., tIapa an. ttlok.e' cal ,aa ou waste A_ D. EDGZAR, GENI"tAAI At,I.NT, III Il,.NA. MUN I'ANA. CHAS. S. FEE, o. P. & T. A., sT. I'ALI.. IINN,. MONTANA UNIVERSITI University Place. Near Helena I he elMH e.lpprl 1 .StdIU4 tkhbol In Lln t1 0*..0 4 NI leeit . ewt m. t.r1s Hued .n i hiu.oin ~te.ursq rt Itnrh.. hum ".2, to C.'13 per ebuuol year ag.rdloq W the cours e fu0.u. ben'l t.,r .sogno in the praident. F. P. TOWER, A. M,, 0, 0. YOUR TIME To buy Diamonds cheap. I have a large stock ut Diamonds that I will sell for the next 30 days for less than cost -cheaper than you can buy them at wholesale. A. GOLDBERG, 9 S. MAIN ST. THE Jackson Music House. T'HE GREAT SALE OF SHEET IUSIC 'Will continue for one week longer at 40 Per Cent, Discount VOCAL. "1 Don't Want to I'fa in Your Yard.'" Z aeuta 'uu Cant I lay s Out lard Any ltort" JS esnta. Th·e 8wuaot't quaory ?Ivr in ,'"' 2 cents. This is ed.cdedly ou. of the yLrttlmt songs in the market. a' '.iaº.' sung fr.o 11v iby f I IEg V *icil~.iw,J"r, I, L o f ,fi ti e'.uI ; Lanidis. I jr, ai of I1Ih.. I.,1 " ty I well. * ,a1J li ..' e i . l *, 1i .! . It s. c. ar of thes I. li . git loul II. Awk~i Fr1" I'ratton. 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