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MNW YORK-165 Sixth A£ ZLNMa A.--ll th ana Mata. To the buyer of every day goods in any line we always offer inducements unequalled by any other concern. To the buyer of Dry Goods or Holiday Goods of any description, we offer in ducements just now, unequalled even by our former efforts. Hard to convey exact ideas of values in Holiday Goods-but these items have always brought at least twice the price heretofore. Special to-day: Upright Toy Pano ...................... 4 Noah's Ark, full stock of animals, 11 Inches long ............................. 15 Toy Cart, with carved wooden horse ! Toy Watches, to wind up, brass or nickel ................................. 6 Toy Tea Bets, either Brlttanls or Chins ................................. 10 Architectural Buildinl Blocks, packed in toy wagon ........................... Oame of Parcheesi ....................... 5 SlUced Animals, Sliced Birds, or Sliced Objects ................................. a Toy tRves, large lise, complete cook ing utensils ............................. Children's Toy Carts .................... 15 Rocklang Horses, finely painted, with hair, mane and tall ................. 100 Willow Doll Buggles, with hardwood wh els ................................... Ready for anybody's wants Ia Skates-that is anybody who wants, the best-Barney & Ber ry's. All grades in stock. Prices start with the boys' Club Skates it 65c, and end with the American Club-neickeled and polished the usual $4.50o Skate--at $3.50. Just as well prepared for your wantis:n Sleds, Express Wagons, etc., a.1i Skates. We've always done the-sled business of the city, and we'r6 doing better this year than ever. The new Dry Goods Depart ment does a daily increasing business. That simple statement tells of the result of the applica tion of our incisive, modern busi ness methods to a line new to us. We'll keep on increasing the business by making prices like these. Special to-day: 6-4 Chenille Table Covers .............. 7 8-4 Turkey Red Table Covers........... 0e 9-4 Linen Covers, Colored border........ We large else Honeycomb Towel, per dos. 0Ie Ladles' Fine Natural Wool Under wear ...................................... e Thompson's Glove Fitting Corset...... 97c The Famous R. a G. Corsets............ 97c Full size White Spreads ................. i Handsome Embroidered Night Gowns. ice We expect to sell the bulk of the Candies used for the Holidays if perfect, fresh goods, sold at prices never heard of before in Montana will do it. We are the only house in the city which has candies always fresh. The stock for the Holidays includes every grade. They will arrive daily so as to always have fresh goods. From every city as well as hamlet in the state, mail orders for our high grade Cigars come pouring in. The low price for standard goods brings us these orders. Anybody could sell the goods who could name such low prices as we do. I~Edn U'nlversKles, Imported, 2I for.... $ 0) Principe de (sales C'. L,. (Irnndep, 10) for ............ . ................. ...... 2i I'Ilnlpe de lGatlr ('onrhltau. 100 for.... 5 No Flor de Ilrnry C'lay Ioulqult. 25 for... 4 0) La Intlmldad loouquet, 2; for........... 4 (U t'orlna Perfe~tsn, 45 for.............. 4 00 Almirante l*Ipanoil Roths.hlldsl, to for 3 75 Fruit, Produce, Poultry, Oys ter and Fish Department. Fancy Apples, bbl. ......................5.4 2. .ancny Apples. boz, Tli* to ............. I W Fancy C'rab Apples, box ................ o Nancy ('atawlba (Irapes, 2 baskets...., 25 'ancy fears, 5 p(oIind.. ............. Fancy hriritar Orrange,. per los...... 3) Fancy Bananas, per dos ................. 2. Fancy Crnnberrles. 2 quarlts........... 25 Frenh )yters. hulk. quart .............. 4(n Fresh )ysters, Lelects.................... 4 Ile h oiy ters, t'outnts .................. M Fresh Salmon, .er pound ...........:.. It Fr*esh I)realal P'oultry to order. This store is for rent and the fixtures for sale. We are ready to deal with anyone who has a proposition to make. BARLEY KING THERE. Now Thousand Are Distributed In the Cal. latin Valley by the Manhattan Mlting Company. IT IS SU(TE A SIC ENTERPRISE. George Kinkel, Jr., Cives an Interesting Talk Upon the Industry In That Part of Montana. George Kinkel, Jr., manager of the Manhattan Malting company, was in tervlewed a few days ago by an Inde pendent reporter upon what his com pany was accomplishing In the Ualla tin valley. The Manhattan company owns the largest farm in Montana; in fact, it is one of the greatest in all the west. Its establishment was something of an experiment a few years ago, but under the careful management of Mr. Kinkel the 'omlpany's business In In freasing in magniture and each year is more prosperous than the iprlccdintli Mr. Kinkel is a member of (Iallatln's board of county commissioners and of the executive hoard of the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, at Batzeman. His former home was New York. but since coming to Montana he has taken an active Interest in all things tending toward the upbuilding and advancement of the west. "The people of the state at large," maid Mr. Kinkel, "have little idea of the Immensity of the business of my com pany; In fact, for that matter, few peo pie In Gallatin county realise what we are doing for that section. The Man hattan Malting company distributes enormous sums of money every year to the people of that section. Why, I have paid out at Manhattan during the last two months $60,000 for barley which we will malt at our home establish ment, and about $75,000 for barley shipped to New York through the Ben epe-Owenhouse comptny, of Boseman. Besides these great amounts the money we distribute for running expenses amounts to a considerable sum every month. "Our plant is one of the largest in the west, and we run It night and day and stop not for Sundays or holidays. We are conducting our farm on a some what different plan now than formerly. For the first three years we ran our farm ourselves, but last spring we adopted a new plan which, on the whole, has proved quite satisfactory. We rented out our land to farmers in small tracts. We required grain ren tals. The share of the grain belong Ing to them at the close of the season we buy at prevailing prices. "The barley crop in the valley this year has been superb. The acreage was greater than ever before and the yield phenomenal, the average per acre being from forty to sixty bushels. Barley has proved itself to be the best-paying ce real a Montana farmer can raise. This year it brings from 75 to N8 cents per 100 pounds, which, although a low price, nets the farmer more than his wheat or oats. Wheat now is selling at from 23 to 82 cents per bushel and oats bring but from 66 to i6 cents per 100 pounds. The experience of the Gallatin county farmers this year, as in former seasons, amply demonstrates that barley is his best crop. lie can raise larger amounts of it and get fairly remunerative cash prices for it. There is no better barley grown anywhere than in the Gallatin valley. It ranks with the best Cana dian product. It received several awards at the world's fair and has for onme time been recognised as superior grain in the great eastern markets. "The Manhattan Malting company's farm under its own management no doubt produced more barley each year than any one farm in the world. Sev eral years ago some eastern malters and brewers had their attention orougnt to me great supenority or won tana'as barley. Among these gentlemen was Henry Altenbrand,the great Brook lyn brewer, whose hame is known In every beer-dringing community of the world. Mr. Altenbragd became Inter ested In the Montana barley and In company with other eastern men vis lted this state. These gentlemen found that most of the barley exported came from the Gallatin valley, and after looking the field over thoroughly they decided to form a company to raise bar Icy and manufacture malt. Accord ingly a company of capitalists was or ganised with Mr. Altenbrand at its head. The company was Incorporated as the Manhattan Malting company. It began business by purchasing 13.000 acres of land in one tract located In the west central part of the valley. "Another company called the West (Gallatin Irrigation company ' was formed. The stockholders of the Malt ins company were leaders In this enter prise. This company secured 26,0(H0 acres of land lying west of the Galln tin river and built a great canal a' a cost of $176.000 to irrigate their tract of land. This canal starts at the West (Guillatlin canyon and has a carrying ca nac(ity of 50,000 inches of water from the West Gallatin river, a noble stream that flows through the western half of the valley. The canal is flfty-;.evese miles long and extends to the Manhat tan farm, which it supplies with water. iI is twenty-four feet wide at the upper and twelve feet wide at the lower end. 1, ork is now being pushed upon the ceaOnal with a view (,f Increasing its ca pacity. '"l'hM' hilnhattan company has 5.0kbl acres under cultivation. It owns plenty of flurn IulhlidIg and all ne(Pesary ad JunIct of a great farm. It has 150 head of work heIrsas and mules, thirty self bilerr, two of the largest and most moilurn threlhing machines, and a et cI plow claemphl,' of turning the sod of thirty to thiirty-flve litare's per" day. "In1 Il91 the company commenced the" erection of an Immense granite Imnlting house. It wI:e finishe'd abhout a ye)ar later. This plalnt has at cap'Lac(liy of 2,,0,1000 bushels of mual yearly. and its elet ato has a tIstorage c:Iapacity of 275," 0O0 buh"tels. The plant is equipped with the' best machinery., aind coit, complete, St 1&0e'.O). "Altogeil er the cmiuHIflly s inneressa In '; ilatin clunty are enirlmous. I h IIt\e it has dIne more, to builhd u p thnt . ,ctlon an! mnke it Iprlper ll ns Ithn nlly other one thing. As the unoe,.u pied landls be'nme settled tlhe hiarh'y raiilng Industry will grow in impo i r tance until. In the near future, the out put of grain will be several times what it is now." Arrivals at The Helena. 1D. T. Haslkett, W. II. Ilahlo. (co. ty mons. lButte; t'. . lloffmasn, l4osvman; H. M. Stratton, Ited Lodge; H. B. i11111, 1). I.. \Willard, I'arls (tibson, 4. It. Iolt - hins, I. N. Atkinson. Thos. I. Ilradly. A. T. I.ongway. (rcal Pls;IW; V. W. .Iarl"y., l.cthbrtltge; II. It. Dunlope iand wife, Mrs. nllmma MaI', Allrn11tn; John 8. Mituthell, I'. Ilardit. Sni i'raneluseo; M. L.eider.r, .1. J. c'unnilnaham, Thomans MKlever, St. Pa 1; J. A. t'o'nim, Iowell. Mass.; J. t'. 'T'rtple, I)lencver; HI. IH. eFol, Omaha. Notice to Ore Shippers. H1iy lrtatmliiln Works (Bradltn ]Iru,'ll, letu.sit. t arl), pay cash and the hlglyet market price for all c·lasses of smditlng Bres. HRate* for amelting are reduct<l ffom figureF gI1ven clgh teen months ago from $6 to $10 per ton. ('us tom assaying will receive careful and prompt attention at the lowest rates conllhstent with good work. Office, cor ner (rand and Jackson streets. The Ilee Hiv I. offering special bar gains In toys to create early sales. Call and make your selectldas. TIIA' COPPAIO IHLL, It Hau Started up Again Under a Now MIW agment. Wat ik has been resurmed ao the L'o) per Bell mine, at Cataract, but the shaft being full of water, it will take sontu time to get In full uperatlon. The maln shaft is down nearly 400 feet, and levels are run for several hundred feet. The, mine is well equipped with machinery, Contetloig of two large butlers, Arst claus double acting steanl holst, a large Knwles station, slnking pump, etc. The mill will hiI remodeiled and made suitable for ia c((Ie saving of the rich minerals In the ores which ate said to exist In large deposits, alnd which are pit extracted by the former management, which had no equlipment of concetltrating nuavchlnery. It con fined its efforts tI) the extractlon of such ore au would stand shipllment to nmielt ing works. The ore thus shipped netted at times as much au $4,000 per car. The ('upper Hell was caught by the panic of last year without funds to pay current expenses, and wan mild last Marchl by order of court to tautilfy claims. A. M. .eler became the pur chaser f,,r lshout $2,600. He allowed the tim, for redemption to expire, and as it was not redeemed he decided ito work It. The Cataract Mining and Milling comlnpany wast formed, includllng many of thu stockholders of the old concern. A consolidation was effected with E. JI. Edgerton in the fifty ton concentrat Inl plant near by. A. U. E.ler I. man ager of the company. JOTTINGY ABOUT TOWN. The roof of the city jail has received a new coat of black paint. Owing to uome other busilenls Dr. Thus. Cooper will not lecture next .aturday evening at the universtly. The next lecture in the Unity club's course will be one on Dec. 11, by F. N. Flttcher upon "Currency." The amount of taxes paid to the county treasurer of lAwis and Clarke before the penalty attached was $170,010. The tunnel near Bernice, on the Mon tana Central, is now clear, and trains will run through to Butte commencing to-day. The Associated Charities are already re ceiving calls for assistance from the un employed, who are flockng into the city. The case of T. H. Klelnschmidt versus Albert Kleinschmidt, which has been in the courts since March, 18S, was yesterday dismissed by Judge Buck as settled. The official returns from all the coun ties in the state have been received by the secretary of state, and will be opened by the state board of canvassers on £he 17th Inst. Elder W. J. Stone will speak to-night upon "Man's Condition in Death," at the DeInver Block. This Is the third discourse of the seies. It is beooming quite an in teresting subject. 8. A. Iwiggett, formerly receiver of the land office at Helena, is In Butte, and it is rumored that the object of his visit is to work up a senatorial boom for Gov. Rickards.--utte Miner. Notices to hold and work the Hunter and Oum Boot Jim lodee in the Ten Mile dis trict, and the Atlanta claim, in the Red Mountain district, were filed yesterday by Thos. and Samuel Travis. The case of H. 8. Clark, assignee of W. H. Pendleton, versus Lindsay & Co. was submitted to the jury In the district court yesterday morning, but up to a late hour the twelve men had not reached a ver dict. The snow storm which started in yester day afternoon made it look as though the long promised cold spell had come. The storm got broken off, somewhere, how ever. Another Is scheduled to arrive to day. The members or capitol Loale A. V. U. W. and sojourning brothers will meet at the hall at one o'clock this afternoon to attend the funeral of H. H. Snow. Cars will carry them from the residence to the cmtetery. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the First Presbyterian church will give a social in the church to-night. to which the friends of the society are invited. The programme begins promptly at 7:30 o'clock. The wife of Mannie Schwarts, who came to his death In a mysterious manner Tues day, arrived from Great Falls yesterday afternoon. While no definite arrange ments have been made for the disposal of the body of Schwarts, it will probably be buried at Helena. John and Andrew Brass have found, at a point near the cemetery, a queer freak of nature. It is a potato that has grown inside a piece of shin bone. From each end of the bone a part of the potato pro trudes. It evidently got a good start and fed on the marrow it replaced. By stipulation attachment was dismissed yesterday In the cases of Steinhart. Hei delberg & Co. and Laouls Brown et al., versus the Mady Clothing company, in Judge Buck's department of the district court, and Judgment for $970 and $812.25 respectively awarded plaintiffs. The Basin Live Stock company has been incorporated by John Lepley. J. T. Arm ington, A. W. Kingsbury. H. H. Mattison and J. H. Fairfield, all of Cascade ounlty; capital stock, $4.i1,00. The compl'hy will carry on its busintess in C(asade,. Meagher and Fergus countis. Its office will be at Great Falls. l.orens Rchaubschlager, of llllings ave niue. was badly injured by a rail which rolled' off the car of a work train, striking him on the left len and scraping all the skin off. lie was taken to his home on Illlings avenue. Some rails were being put on the car, when one of them only partly got there and fell off. Wm. W. Higgins has commen.ed action in the distriet court for divorce from his wife, Mattle M. Higgins, on the ground of desertion. The couple were married In Helena Sept 12. 1.l1. The plaintiff alleges that hbin wife absented herself from hint on or about May 15., IR3. The defendant is now residing at Mayville, DIakota. At a meeting of Myrtle Lodge No, 3, Knights of Pythias, last night, the follow ing officers were elected: '. C., H1. W. bean; V. C.. A. I. Loeb; '.. Lewis Pen ,e.ll; M. of W., (1. O. Freeman; K. of R. and l., Jacob Iloeb: M. of E.. I. It. New hall; M. of I'., W. W. Shipman; M. at A., t(iu Ehre.nberg; trustee, J. J. Schmidt. There will he a meeting of the Montana B,4o'lty of thle Rons of the Amelirtann HI, olution on Tues-iny, I I1 1, at two o'clock p. m., at the office ..f .lJlge Wade, lniley btck. ('haptlnin (. C. ItllatcIn.ni, of For't Asnlinholnt, will e hIerel o Ihe os'rsislon. It s dllsrnhltha that all those who are' ellgl hi" to mewmbership present their aiplica tin at hlis timne. 'The' Montana Stat' Tenlch., Irs' A.eointion Imt n itn Livingstn lfl I . 2; Ito ,'. Prof. It. II. Youtng, of lh'.n, Is tdown for the. subje.'t of "Nationnai ll tor the P'lilh' chiools;" I'rof. . CI. Templeton for "A vitev w of the I'ritl'isms of )r. it.'.", MrsN. L.aitrn Itowey on "Belence in litiy S. hools I.tiow the IHigh School," anl St late Superintlendent Steere on "Need'd tvhool LeIsllation." $7.50 For a 105-plece decornteld dinner eat. p..ro for a It-ple'e dilorntr.d c.hamber net. F. J. Edwards, S Park avenue. Buy your ('hrtltnmas presents at the flee Hive and save 26 per cent. PElt,.Nf.!.. I Ittlhop Prewrer rlleturned to the city yea tetday on the west Ibound Northern a't11Irl ehl,ree. A. K. Ipri.as, rIre*seneative-.elect froim .~.litlhr.r county, I| in the city froun Touw nnendl. The Iti,' likei have a special nale uf ldr1 s iipattern thils wee ,k. Filfty style of plain and fllncvy dII ire pate lrlln ait $3,.0, lining" Included.. Cleanllnesl In ltraveltisa I the one tlhing deslrel. Travel iy the tireat Northern anid you will be clean. No dust on this line. Stock ballasted roatibed. Dust is one of the chief annoyances of a transcontlnental trip, but the Great Northern Is entirely free from it; the roadway I atone ballast. Circumstances. All. r ,Iuse , erem, tln, l . Hut thOer le IO reasonll 1tin1, the sun why p- i 1,II nhould t Iha it\. the very be' t I lnl Ie.nderest ineatl in tile illy)'. Voe have kbeo in the meiat hbusili' r for twenty yearne nd have Never Altered... I'rnrn the one courne of Rlvlnr i .the Lpubll', the very best obtainable. Anothll. r thling, we cut anlld serve. our meals with the utmost carl,, l)ur Inscreasing palrolnage s ),r,,f to us that thel peoplle of )ielt ln Illt, the best of meats, nicely served. Excellent dollvery facili ties. Midway Cash Market. C. II. AUTIIIE, l & 'O. Telephone 116. Next to Postoffice. The Best I Bath Flesh Hair Shoe Floor Window BRUSHES lIst Dirable. ' CH AP ST. FarciID'iAchiell Drub Co. *1 @ * **en 3 Alf t OUR KNOCK-OUT OROPS Are fatal to Death and so rob him of his expected victim. Sure cures are proper remedles. correctly prepared and taken in time. The leading physicians concur in pronouncing our prescription department unsurpassed in the stae. Experience jus tifes their confidence In the invariable freshness and purity of our drugs. This is a point we never lose sight of. recognia ing it as Indispenslble in the preparation of medicitnes All prescriptions sent to us are m ia4 by a pharmacist posses .ing know oexperlence and care. Our medicines A hferore always reliable right thin4' rplp by the right man. S ------ Looks Like Business / The better s.'timent of the people all points to a revival ot trade and in. dustry, the publkk begin to feel better and Acts Like Business In the way it i comning to the Corner Grocery to ex amine and Ibuy Holiday Goods. Prices are low, ye:ues are true. It Is Business To deal squarolya d tLurn Uoods qlitckly. That' tho rule at . The Corner Grocery MTN AVE. ANo RODNEY 8r. Wnm. Cottingham, Proprietor. 0-------- ----- CLARENCE J. JOHNSON. Architect and Superintendent iS POWIIe BUILDINa ARTISTIC. Ou)at r L~uae tI .tr, i.e fitnet in the Olt). Our edasa Ie fu. .I menwu ua waIll aurprl u.u A lurue m.asrtl t of ule )maa ptwate. HERRMANN & CO. A, M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO, Mining Machinery, Mill Supplies, General Hardware. - Cent, Fire Brick ani lay, Ilacksnlith CFa Mail ordersgiven oaretul attentio. A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO. I 113.115 N. Main Street, Helena, Mont. COSTUMES loaned and made to oeder. Masque laces, beards, wigs, eto Order, MASQ UERAD ifrom any part of the country prormptly Illec(t. Kletlnaomldt blool. Warren Htreet and Sixth avenue. M1s. ti. 1JLUME. TOYSI TOYS1 Christmas Goods ... Of Every Description. Price the Lowest and selections the largest. .*. Headquarters for Old Santa Claus .. Bargains in Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. The famous Morris Underwear for Gent's, worth $1.*0 per suit-to-day at $2 50. Gent's Fleece Lined Underwear, worth $2 50-to.day at L77. 3 pair Men's Wool Box for 0bc- worth 7Ica Ladies' Union Suits, worth $.50)--to-day at 85c. Remember the address and be on time at JOS. DAVIS & CO. r"UTH Opposite the Cruse Savings Bank. FSsI s an oessential in every home at least once a week. If eaten oftener the good results would be easily seen. As we are the largest dealers in the Northwest t stands to reason that our fish s the best to be had. Examine for yourselves. Also Game, Oysters, Lobstes, Turkeys, Chicken, etc. Chicago Fish Market Broadway, next to P. O. Telephone, it6. Stephens Bros.., Proprietors. FOR SALE. e0 ACRE 000oOD IAaM LAND-IiU Std.Iaob eoje ia sse. , str, i ohasbt ts A el .... t~he wh p rt. Fw ,tare GO To the East, To the West, To the Town That You Like Best; -BUT w Oatebler wa~y ea eele to o 3. sore thait year moes r ead s 1ut ee THE NEW AND RIGHT WAY EAST AND WEST The Great Transcontioental Route. Passengers Ticketed to Bt. Paul Chlcago Boston, Ne York Philadelphia Winnipeg, Spokane, Portlnd, Seattle, Tacoma San Francisco. AND ALL OTHER POINTS. ('cleo wcneetions t Minneapolle sad St. Past for all p.ont.s I ot anid ea.t.. ('.mfrtab:e frtelass eoaekse and Palaes aleplu¢ car. tourst buelo, smoknsg libraer and diaing cars. *' aW e spgets lot all lft class tesmshlp Liuwes sad rea tiket on tlaU Ir tras iand UeoIden.al pointa repald pa. ea-es dur. ·ad. TIME TABLE. AnUIIX AT ftF.I1A No. 23. *t aIme... westba. ... 1.:4 p to \.A S. !a·ife 1 pM14w~lluga... .S Intl No, 2. utt. L cual. daly... ........ I top. t twrirkr Vrit HVIlEA. Nio. .L Mtlantle Flpprio. emrtbmr nd. 32:30 p in No. U '. IItpao weoolbod... 11 p to INlo. I. Boltts L uc. dLlr. ........ 7:80A t Fotr urtber peatloulara. maps, loldwo. rM et., call at or wrlte t ou, olio. C. W. P1I'M rlr Ptl3oke Alteb t'.I)UTIOt. Game dAgol. .1...a. Mont. flT BBookkeeping, Tpwltinl , Etc. SCHO VLNhothand lEvoui Schlool d.. d. No.1ev.I ;I'. . N and 57 11. 1W*1 k (N"ll w e dadne. AIMIA !. JACKMAN. vlalgML T. H. CLEWELLi Bookseller and Stationer. 50 N. MAIN ST., GOLD BLK. eneral Agoent for the Smith premier Typev)riter This Typewriter is fast gaining popularity with the public. It is the best machine made. The work can be inspeoted with the least possible trou ble. There are no wocdea levers. There are no shift keys. There are no soiled fingers in cleaning the type. It is the easiest running Typewriter known. Corre.tions made the eas lest and the surest. it relqutrss the lightest touch-has the eas est stroke. It is easiest ,p)orat.3d. The keys all lock at the end of the he. It is the Best Typev)riter J lade, T. H. C(LEWELTI, Boo1seller a I Stationer, 6o N. Main 8,1 GoM Waco.