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Grape Vine In Califora"a was rt pated by Bpanbsh missionarie the latter half of the present century, and the pious riarsbeing proverbialy. connolsseurs and lover, of good wine, were very much elated to flad that the soil and climate of California were so well adapted to their favorite beverage. Any one who has ever drank out pure California Wines will tell you that they are of first quality, and perfection in body and flavor; they are nourishing and invigor sting, and unsurpassed as a fine Table Wine. Nearly everybody likes some kind of Wine, and the variety is so great that every one can be suited to his taste. We carry all the different brands n stock and all the dllferent vintages. Should you decide to serve Wine on Thanksgiving Day, as is proper, or oh other occasions, we want to call yotr attention to our large stock and assortment. We bave just received a carload of the very choicest vintages which were bought direct from the growers. They are of the fiest quality, and we sell them at prices within the reach of the most moderate purse. Some people think wine is an expensive article, but since the introduction of pure California Grape Wines by the original California Wine House, hundreds of Helena families have foundout to the contrary. We now sell a hundred bottles of these sound and wholesome wines for family use where one bottle of inferior imported stuf was formerly used You can Ieave the wine by the gallon or bottlep you wish. We have no wine .d.r 3 years old. Good sound Claret 75c per gallon and upwards, according to age and quality. Port and Sherry a $z.So per gallon and npwads, asccording to age and1lI An *i aemrtme t of Tokay, A i llka, Ma deira and Mala* t from $F to $3 per gallon. We have rt 41gest and best grades of wineibettId, and keep them constantly 'in stock, and will be pleased to fill your order for one bottle as well as for one gallon. THANKSGIVI NG DAY CHAMPAGNE PUNCH AND HELENA HOG. California Wine House. AUGUST FACK, Proprietor. Telepboie I. 29K 46 , Ila St The new rtore will open in a ew days. Every piece of 'Dry oods-every Toy or Doll very article in the immense stock f Holiday Goods, is new-has ever been duplicated here be ore. That's worth a good deal or Christmas shopping. No lamps but the best Can find lace on our shelves-and the at lamp we ever had is on sale day at half value-not the larg st lamp, but the best. No. t Keystone nickle plated able Lamp, complete with por lain shade--$t.s. IN IINE AND MILL. Men ; h o Ai lWas n M ils a Isis1tb TM Ars M.r 0000 IMPOWI'S FROM THE MINEL Al b AaM In s Lump O.h Distiet.. An ImqtaMt UMtein the Parge. The good news has been In circulation during the past week to the effect that some of the mInt anid Mll, Whleich have been idle for months, would soon be started up again, says the Philllpaturg Mall. Upon investigation, 5he Mail has found it to be a tS.t. The Il-Metallic mine will be statted4 up and the ore will be worked in the Rummey mill, for a time at Ieast attit things san be getten In shape at the Si-Metallic mill Forty stamps will be immediately put in oco dition for work. It is said that It II hardly probable that the mill will be in shape to begin operations much before the Arst of next month. The ore from the Bl-Metallic mine will necessarily have to be hauled to the Granite tram way, when it will be transported to Rumsey by the tram. The B-Metallice mill wlll continue to run on tallings, though it is said that several changes in Itsaopnarction will be made. There is lano said to be a movement on toot to resume operations on the tombination mine, and that some sort uo a tralway will e built to trasejort the ore fom the mine to the ill in. steed ofet betg compelled to haul It i wagons as has been the custom in the past, which is much more epensve than a tram after the first ost has been conMidered. The resumption of wor to these lead. ina properties of the distriot will be d news ndeed to the people of Oran to county, as a large force of men will be required to operate them. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. The Owners of th Fargo in Lump Cles -Mesrs. Costs and Peareer, of this city, have made an important strlhke at their Fargo mine, In Lump gulch. Their shaft Is only down twelve feet. but tbhy are in lead and sliver ore. This is very low grade, but its character Indicates that galena will surely be reached at no great distance. The particular ulgilH osnce of this strike lies in the tact that their lead it capped with black re They sunk through this black Irea ua1 reached white lead, after which the got Into led and sliver. Now there are a number of black iron capped leads in and about mpn gulhb. said i one of thet rche galena. Nt the Fargo is pretty certain of doltg the others, being of the sale charactet, willU probably develop into good proper ties when worked. The iron rock found In the Lump Guieh distriot is particu laly hard to penetrate and that is one reason there has been so little develop ment work done heretofore on claims of that character. I it is demonstrated that the iron strata is not very thick, many miners will sink shafts where otherwis they would not care to do so. It Is believed the enterprising owners of the Fargo will strike galena before they go down on on the lead much farther. It they do, it means a gret deal to the Lwp Quab distre~. Lqnp Culsh Not. Montana Mining Reporter. F. J. Roe purchased from W. Seeley a one-half Interest in the Mary Jane lode This adjoins the Washington on the north and has an eighty toot shaft on it. Active work has commenced on the Knob Hill lode. It is under bond and joins the Flora on the west. The rep resentative on the ground is J. Carrow, of Helena. Lump gulch and Lump city are de cidedly Sunday resorts. The turnouts seen on its streets and road would re mind one of a boulevard. A happy combination of business and pleasure causes It, and the ladles aure not In the minority. ass. U. Miller has purchased a one third interest In the Bonansa lode, owned by John Wale and Robert Scharn. The main consideration being a contract on he part to sink I feet below the present workings. John Wale remains as foreman. The Free Colnage is sisty-even fet In depth and expeet to soon reach the 1O when levels will be run. This prop erty is a bonansa. They have had ore since they reached a depth of twenty five feet and can be one of the main producers as soon as opened for sto ping. Teuton and James Allen, of Helena, have bought the Rocky Point lode and will soon commence active develop ment. This property presents an ex tra fine chute at the surface. Being in the Silk Hat belt it cannot help but be among the 400. G. W. Winters per fected the sale. The second contract Is finished on the Hope. They have now attained a depth of eighty feet and report a solid ribbon of gray copper ore next to the foot wall. of six Inches, lying in a broken gangue vein of two feet. This property is under bond to W. Hooper and Warren Toole, of Helena. The Muskegon vein Is straltening up and has been solid and well confined between the walls, levels will be run at 160 feet, it is now about 100. The Lin coln has her hoist on the ground and will soon have everything In position. These properties are being backed by C. I. Gable, W. Mackay, James Rus me and John Roberts. Around Marysville. Maryeville Mountaineer. Peter Ronan is working a gold claim about half a mile below Soap gulch and to extracting some good ore from it. Joseph McDonald, of Helena. Is pros. ecuting work on the Prairie Queen, In the Park district, and has a foot of high grade ore. j. P. and Rylvester Rabdau are fully prepared to put In the winter develop ing the Park Queen lode. There is now a carload of ore on the dump for ship ment and the mine is In shape to take out forty tons a week. Chasi. McCuln has one four-horse team constantly employed In hauling ore from the Park mine, a gold property., which he has worked under lease for' a year or two past and has made it pay. If the Park was operated syste matically and vigorously it would short. ly beoome a mine of great profit to the owners. Oscar M. Wold came up from tSoap gulch Monday. Mr. Woid has a con tract for hauling ores from the mines of Soap gulch to the railroad and Is doing conliderahle work in this line. A short time ago he hauled twenty tone of $100 gold rock from John Trainor's property, the Looust. This ore was shipped to Omaha for treatment. John H. Abrams, of the Park. has taken a lease on the Silver Bullion lode, and is getting out timbers, has built a comfortable house and has made other preparations to work the mine during the winter. It is said to be a good prop erty and as It is in good hands there is not much doubt that the tilver Bullion will be a regular shipper alter the Idea of May, as the roads will then be In a fairly good conlition. The d;comfort of dust in a railway journey makes It to be dreaded, but it you travel via the Great Northern you save this annoyaneo. Its roadbed in rook ballast. and it has no sand deserts aleag its hiam It is free from dust. .aoaaasD ri asWr. A T d Md We N IwMO M ! S As O er , g hb y to t pooee stati pothopa mral, as diseevered that the der of iorlt Mothr.' barber shp, N. Nrth Main., was open Upon lavtigatlng it was found that Mr Mothe' desk had boon brohon Into, _kni ý0 taken from one of the drawers. Mr. iot. e h&ad closed quite late kturday. night. On every day but Saturday, ho bekp b l moneoy, but it Le bueo his sue tom for some time to leave enough money in the shop on Saturday to pay ofl his men on Monday. Ie kept the mnour In the rIght hand upper drawer of his roll top desk, which is quite e ar the window. This drawer he use every day as a cosh box. Whoever stole the money must have known of Mr. Moths' oustom of leaving ashm in the drawer on Saturday night. The thief had tried to fore open the desk, but falling In that, he turned his ehisel or Jimmy with more seuesme on the caeh drawer. Just hew the thief gained an entrenoe Into the shop Io not certain. There were no indlcations to show that he entered the back way. The police are In. clined q think that the rescal secreted himself a closet Inside the shop during the afternoon or evening, and waited there until the place had been looked up for the night. Upon seuertng the money, he pulled out the upper and lower bolts which seure the double front door, after which it was an eay matter to spring the door open and walk out into Malin street. There have been no arrests made. DBwtODD POR DaVMBB.RL Intteestin Data Complekd by the Looal Weather Scree. I. M. Crawford, the local weather ob server. uas oompieod some lanteresting .lI, from the reuord of observations for the month of December, taken at the Holenl station for a period of fourteen yearl Foom this compilation are gleaned the following facts: The warmest Deoemler was that of N10. with an average of S1 dotoees; the soldest was that of M15, with an average of t de. gross; the higest temperature was 7 doe grem . on Dec. 181; the lowest was 40 be low, Dee. 0. 18. The average precipitation for the month was 0. Inches; the greatest monthly plecipltation was 4.0 Inohes, in 15a5; the Ioast was I Inches. In 1,1; the greateet amount recorded In any twenty-four conosective hourn was one inch, on Dec. I, IM; the greatest amount of snowfall recorded In twenty-four con secutive hours (record extending to win. tor of 11044 only) was fve Inches, on De. 18,11M. The prevailint winds have been from the southwest. The highest veleolty of the wind uring any December was amsty miles, on Dec. 5, INS. A Heleas Man Padoned. Adispateh from Saratoga, New York, announces that Patrick Hughes, of Hel ena was released on Wednesday last from Dannemora state prison, having been pardoned by Gov. Plower. The dispatch says that In N6vmer, 180, Hughes and Michael Henehan murdered Thomas ChurLebil at the "Pne, near obuyervllloe, karatoga county, and he was sentenoed to nine years and six months imprislement, and Hoenean to alneteen year. Eleven of the jury that convicted him signed the petition pray ing for his pardon, James R. Keesan, of Butte, is at the Grand Central. Jas. 3. Reo. and L. Taylor, of Boulder, are it the city. John D. RuE, of HamLiten, editor of the Bltter Root Times, is in the city. W. D. Northrup, a well known mining man, arrived from Boulder yesterday. Mr. Northrup is on his way to White Sulphur Springs to attend the Mearher county dis trict court. Henry Tutln. who has been in the em ploy of the Fratier and Chalmers com pany, left last week for Salt Lake City, where he will have charge of the com pany's business. Arvals at the Grand Central. Wm. T. McKinley, Chloago; W. Jones, Marysvlle;: D. L. Wallace, Sprague. Wash.; Wm. Geswinder, Ivlngston; P. J. Killy, Spokane; J. G. Churchman, Bs.. nmare: L. Taylor, Boulder; J. Nelsel, Great Palb; Thes. Lang, Clancy; Theo. Schlenker, Belt; H. D. Jenkins. Hope, Idaho; James McKee, Lake View , Cal.; James L. Keenan, Butte; Julius Sultan, San Franoisoo: W. D. Northrup, Jas. 0. Reos. Boulder; L. P. Cowle, Chicago; A. 0. Redding, Clancy. Arrivals at The Nelsen. John D. Ruff, Hamilton; Tom Cooney, N. P. Land Department; Clarence E. McRoln. Townsend; G. T. Curtis, Great Palls; W. Thomas Hart, B1-Metallic; C. A. Morlon, Nlkhorn; J. 0. Slmpson, Butte; 0. R. Metton. J. F. WeimscarIr and wife. Helena; Jay Sedgwlek. Tacoma; C. A. Washburne, Salt Lake; A. T. Mendum, It. Paul; J. A. Allen, J. D. Mulvehill, New York; Henry Alkan, Buffalo, N. Y.; O. P. Lambert. Minneapolis. Notie to Our Sippers. Helena Sampling Works (Braden Bros., proprietors), pay cash and the highest market price for all classes of smelting ores. Rates for smelting are reduced from figures given eighteen months ago from $5 to $10 per ton. Cus tom assaying will receive careful and prompt attention at the lowest rates consistent with good work. Office, cor ner Grand and Jackson streets. Apples for Aritoorats. Leavenworth. Kan., Nov. I.-The cold storage house of Ryan & Richardson has shipped to Ngiland a ear load of selected Jonathan apples for the consumption of royalty. The apples came from the \Well house orchard, Fairmount township, the largest In the world. Imported and Domestie. The most perfect opera glasses manu factured by foretln or domestic manu fecturers can always be seen at our store. Helena Jewelry Co. You can buy a dress pattern at the See Hive with linlngs inoluded uas cheap as the price of cloth. Perfect Time. If you want the perfect time, get one of our new clocks. Largest assortment and the best goods in the city. Helena Jewelry Co. The Be* Hive will sell ladies' natural grey wool underwear at 81.00 per suit this week, worth $2.50. Present County Sills. Dilll against county must be pre sented to auditor by Dec. 1 or lay over until next quarter. By order of com missionlers. 5.eh Umountaim )naoampmeu Ne. 1. I. 0 0. F. Net. aomiw and fourth Mllnu'mda, 4 A twlar m mtli d I ho abo Eaicnapmnnt will be hold at thieL kdge man this pynjng at h p. m. Hujouralm bruthersai ounllg La. IO3d to TMMndPUO. U. P. Kuu. ELVGL. Smibs. Capital Lede N... 11. A. 0. V. W. M. tN !very YMomad. A guitme~ms iapjytal l eds A. pU. Wwill behid rt 0. U. h. hll. uhem boUdlaý thi e vaelae. YIel ma saot a wgr~l west,.sd. W. U. TAN 9Szd!L %sz1¶A4a. . . Cathllle Ruighia af Amen.. 1: rasebh No. Mo oeheep reen.! sad foenh ed ay motheteb p bi. Nr A ip _yl Amwasmet Nu. apt 4iag membees onlshaIp Is. al0S/t1a PVUWNO. AJu. WAnLES , 3eeseUm. WE ARE Making new friends every day by selling The Lewis Underwear. *ERE HAS NEVER BEEN AYTHTRINO SOLD HERE THAT COM. PARES WITH TRIS MAKE FOR A FIRST-CLAS8 UNDERWEAR. WE HAVE OTHER KlNDS, TOO. ..Make REED & thirts That Fi. CRAIG CO. BAILEY BLOCK. ~paw . LY~tO' POImUCURVII# OL NOM. taPPASY My! What a Bill! "There's no use talkng., my tailor L charging me outraseously high." He hunt ed up another tailor, and who do you sup. pose makes his clothes now? Why, Waltes & Dyll, whose prices are always reason able, their At perfect. Try them. Over the Cruse bank. REX FLOUR 8ull Takes the Lead. It Is the Capital Flour ROYAL MILLING COMPANY. Great Falls. Montana Q UAIL that makes your Q mouth, ter to look at, to say nothing of ving some fixed up on toast Our Dressed Poultry Fi the finest on the market Fresh fish received every day. cq!1Qqo rFsH CO., Stvens BriJ, Props. Broadwly, neat to Postolffice. Telephoa., 116. CLARUNCE J. JOHNBON. Architect and Superintendent Im mss U.UMUDI AXES. - S AXBS. To Reduce Our Stock We Offer KELLY'S ALL STEEL POLIWIIED PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH. Falls City Double-lit Axes at 75c Each. Wood Choppers' Mauls, Wedges, Etc., at Low Prices. A. M. MOLTER HARDWARE 00. GILGHRIST BROS. --DBALEXS IN- Lumber, Sash, Doors, Etc l:ill Wor~n of All . in. u. Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal. .=..C OORD WOOD.= ..-- . e rIrT O/if RC. GRANID ERNI RAL cI tO*lR StR. 1.VrPON* n lU M M e from any part of the oountry promptly filled. KleInaohLrldt blook. Warren street and BSith -- - .. . . avenue. - LR8. . . BLUM. We Are Now In Reoelpt of the Finest Stook c STOE S IN THE CITY. Wood and Goal Nleaters -- AlSO - S. *COOK STO Wr 1RANGES ' For Wood or Coal. HARDWARE, IRON AND NAILS, S,' ouse Furnishing Goods 01 ALL EIll" CLARKE & CURTIN. MAIL ORDER8 PROMPTLY FILLED. e 42-44 8. MAIN STREET J JO%1 111R SAMUEL K. DAVIS. SPECIAL. Mining Investment Stocks. ,00 Iron Mountain. This stock is now peytag regular divideads sad is the but purchbse on the list. Im Ontario, Deer Lodge county, a sate Investment. 1i0 Benton group, Nethrt, low price. U1, to 1.0 Double Nase. Spotted Horse, Maiden, offered low. u.000 None ucah, at a barg·an. 1,00 shares of Helena nd Frisco. Room 26 Bailey Block. The Old International. MAINM TRiEI., MIJLNA. aero.fsb .je ItsitmI e br mm eam tes m $1. 8 I Dayl Up. Mae -ee.s 8s Caets. DIMs rem uade the .mea msat ef C. l Elegant Mineral Baths in Connection racU Il Instrotion and ,.......BOOKS. If you cannot attend college for a course you can buy our new Prctlical Text B.toks on Bookkeeping. Commerclal Law, Business Arithmetic. Ituiness Spelling and Correspondence. Shorthand (any standard system). Typewriting (for any mnchlne), also best works on Mechanical and Architectural Drawing and Music and languages. Prompt attention to all or detlr. Addrels. Prof. H. T. Engelhorn, Principal and Proprietor Ebgelhorn Helena Buines Collegp, HMLKNA. MONTANA. ORt SALE. IgO AriRr4 (1o016 VARi LANID-US water riht, 100 sores under tams. %go straw berries. Fssm boute tital. k lToH Ol a tile from t at Hele.. e mL st}s. Tru Helm. Hll ell the whos part. e rther utr nation auireo e ,d. .. CLAt(M, last iteIess. J. L. SMITH. FreightandTranlserLine Helena, Montana. All kinds of merchandtise andit other freights,. Inrluding aowr, prompltly trans frred from .. depot. tOrdiets will re t' .'\ prompt attention. Itfiftca at J. Feld berg's store and at the dlepot. PARISIAN DYE WORKS C. RIMBOUD, PROPRIETOR. l,'relnh cleaning and dyeing, srlouring lby lFrenchll process. Plush, woolen, velvets and sllk dresses, gentlemen's glrmen.s. kitd loves. feathers, furs, laces, curtains, .11k and woolen underwear and neckties. i1atisfactlon guaranlteet, lulI Orand itre-t, lear lintel Helena, Helena. Montana. Not responlilble for goods left over two nmontlh. Orders called flr at any part e. the city. Thomas F. Oake, Heory C. Pa4vM Henry C. Roue. Resolve. ORTHERN PAOIFIO R. R. Runs Through Cars WI. PAUL, anNEIAPOLla, DULUTR, FARGO, GRAND FORKS sad WINNIPEG -AND NELENA DUTTE, SPOKANE TA.lMA, SEAtTLE. PORTLAND. Pullman Bleping Cr, Elegant Dining Oars. Tourist Bleepnlg OCea 118 1CmUDIItLW. Tangu Ada.Ad 15.1 . . wit ...... * L Ae u' i....... . ....... ... . . TAms..ýAame n amY.a.A e dezesa t ka* 1161~, luh mim i .mdw_. ............................. .........1... . r Fet latemrmaom tidm Wmmd mas d uis Um Pll a or wrlte JL. . . E JLI% OENKNAL AGKNT. H..LrNA. MONTAUA. ---on CHAS 8 FEE, G. P. & T. A, ST. I'AU L MIMNN. Amr end All Klad. of Frlhin, lH soholl Goob, liar 'Myoa aulnd ..do ot all dweser JAS. TWIFORD & CO. Shorthand, SCHO L ewritin, Etc, Ievalag tiebool epe Meedey, No.ember £I 7I'. M.M a nnd57 Bale llqeek. (Il w addleb MARY R. JACKMAN. Prieolmel. MME. C. LAFLEUR. FURRIER, t1o NORTH RODNET.