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Is near and wil be duly cele brated, as it cob&e but once a year. Nearly everybody will serve some kind of Wine or Liquor, and there is no place where you can be suited so well in your selection as at the Clli fornia Wine House. *Some peo ple think Wine is an expensive article, but since the introduction of pure Calitornia Grape Wines by the original California Wine House hundreds of Helena fami lies have found out to the con trary, and we do sell them within the reach of the most moderate purse. You can have them by the gallon or bottle as you wish. We have no wines under 3 years old. All brands of Whiskey, Brandies and Imported Liquors and Wines in stock. Look over the following list and pick out what you want. Dry Red Wines. Good Bound Claret, 76' per gallon and up wards. Fine Red Zinfandel, a1 per gallon and up. wards. Very Fine Old Burgundy, $2 per gallon and upwards. Dry White Wines. 'California Hock, per gallon...........1 $0 California ieslling, per gallon........ 1 0 Cabinet Rlesling, per gallon........... 1 Cabinet Outedel, very fine, per gallon 1 0 Cabinet Framiner, per gallon......... I 17 Port Wine, Iherry Wine, ranging In age from three to fourteen years, per gallon. $1.50 to .................... 00 Madelras, Tokays and Malagas. Vintage 1810, per gallon.................1 Vintage 183, per gallon ................. 9'0 Vintage IlO, per gallon............... :0 Vintage 1ra4, per gallon.................. 0 Vintage 1IM, per gallon................. 4 00 Fine California Grape Brandy. 8-year-old, per gallon .................. 60 4-year-old, per gaIlon .................3 75 ,-year-old, per gallen ................ 8-year-old, per gallon .................. 4 00 The old Continental hind made Sour Mash Whiskey, age 4 to 9 years, price'$3 to $5 a gallon. We have other brands of Whiskey and sell them at the lowest possible prices, such as W. H. McBrayer, Bond & Lil lard, Old Taylor, Old Mc Brayer, Guckenheimer Rye, Mount Vernon Rye, Premier Rye, ranging from $3 to $6 per gallon. A fine line of Frmt Brandies such as Apple, Peach, Pear and Strawberry Brandies. A fine punch made from pure Grape Brandy-all you have to do is to add the water and have it either hot or cold. The above named goods are all distilled from the fruits and bottled. You may want a cordial of some kind. We name you some to select from: Annisette, Bene dictine, Curacoa, Creme de Menthe, Chartreuse, Maraschino, Creme de Cassis and others. A splendid assortment of Rhine WVines imported in glass from the well known house of J. B. Sturm, Rhudesheim. Rhudesheimer im ported in wood, our own bottling, at 65c a bottle. The following imported Clarets from the house of Cruse, Fils & Freres: Medoc, St. Julien, Pon tet Canet and Chateau Pontet Canet bottled at the Chateau in 1875. Imported Port and Sherries, old London Dock Jamaica Rum, Wise's Irish Whiskey, Rumsay's Scotch Whiskies, both in wood and bottles. Our assortment is too large and extensive to put in this space. We guarantee satis faction in price and quality. Call and select what you may need. California Wine House. AUGUST FACK, Proprtetor. Telephone Xo. 29& 46 & lain St WEINSTEIN'S. Little enough time left in which to buy loliday Goods. Crowds grow denser and more constant- D)on't he the unlucky one who puts the buying off till the last moment - do your shopping to-day. Candy cheaper than anybody- - always. Just now finest Candies at about half to two-thirds the prices asked at other stnrce. Ilet. ter see the display in the annex. Not a Dressing Case or Album, or any of the hundreds of similar articles must be carried over Christmas. We'll show you hlw much in earnest we are when you ask a price. HISOR HER PROPERTY O g. Su Ap W peals t Courts to U4iagle What SOmoe to oe a Mundeumtanding. HE WANTS TO REDEEM HIS LAND. The Title to Valuble Rl Estate in the Western Suburbs of the City Involved. A case that will attract no little at tentlon came.up for trial yosterday in Judge Buck's department of the dis trict court. The action war brought by George Seymer against Margaret Portman, Clemen FPortman and oth ers. It took the greater part of the day to secure a jury. This accompllshed. Mr. eymer was put on the stand, but his testimony was not concluded when court adjourned. Mr. Heymer war until a little over a year ago the owner of the Seymer ad dlthon to Helena. It was a valuable tract of about twelve acres located just .ast of the ltroadwater. Mr. SBymer valued the land, with the improve ments, at something over $30,000. Hie tweame heavily In debt and put set\ eral mortgagee upon the property. Fi nally he disposed of it to Mrs. Margaret Fortman. He now wants to redeem it by paying her all that she expended upon it with Interest. In his complaint Mr. Seymer alleges that In October, 1693, he entered into an agreement with Mrs. Fortman whereby he was to transfer to her all the property, she to assume his debts and pay off all mortgages and other liens against It. He further alleged that Mrs. Fortman and her husband. under this agreement, were to take possession of the property and to hold it as security for the payment of the money paid out by them, and that he might redeem the property by such repayment of all due her up to the date of redemntion. !Mrs. Fortman, in a separate answer, denies that she made such an agree ment. She states that Mr. Seymer came to her about Oct. 28 and repre sented that his property was heavily incumbered by mortgages and other liens, and that if foreclosure prxoeed ings were commenced by his creditors it would be sacrificed; that it would not be sumltent to pay off all his debts, and that it such foreclosure happened he would be without means of support, and, being an old man, would become a charge upon the county. She further alleges that Seymer offered to sell all his property, both real and personal, to her upon the conditions that she should pay all his debts, and would provide him with a home durinl the remainder of his life, so that he would not suffer from want of any of the necessitles of life. Seymer, Mrs. Fortman says, urged her to buy the propertles upon these con dltions, and, after repeated solicita tions upon his part, she consented to the agreement, providing that he would convey to her all the property in fee and subject only to the mortgages and liens upon it. She alleges that Beymer made out several conveyances and turned over the property; that she took possession and has filled her part of the contract, furnishing him with money for the necessaries and even the luxuries of life. She says there was no agreement whereby Seymer could re deem the proprty. Mr. Seymer denies every allegation made by Mrs. Fortman. It will be re membered that Mr. Beymer has been twice married and twice divorced within the past two or three years. In each case hib matrimonial venture left him considerably worse off. On the Increase. The following notices to avoid forfeiture wi re fled yesterday: St. Patrick. Ottawa' district, by Albert Price: Gregg, Otta*a distrlrt, by Green B. Austin; American. Ottawa district, by John J. Rohrbaugh and Mary Price; Carolina, Greenhorn dis. trict. by M. Leary; Smith, Park district, by F. I. Smith; Cleveland, Independent and Rlea, Owyhe district, by Al t(ih hardt; Liberty and champion, by Ovila C. lessonnette: Monto Christo and lllier H:afe, Ten Mile district, by Chas. O'Rourke and others: Barnhardt, by John II. RuegK; Long Island, 1,. 1. No. 2., by Elisabeth I'unMtans and other'; Henry Aadle, V'nughn district, by John HIorsky and Ell Knobh; Turkey, Dandy, Mapes. Haw kins, and ('hristmaE placers, by O,. C. Dal las and others. Public Lands Sold. The state boarl of land ,,ommissloners Iilet yestelria and sold .wO acreH uf Ia:lte Inluds lo~'Aed In Mandlsonl county. The dtalte r ,elved $i0 ,Peli nIIe for these Ian*s. Thls sale Is In adtllllion to the h:le ,r several hundred acres consummated j'wt lafter the return of the board recently from Virginia city. This money belongs io the state reform school fund. The bolrd nalso deided to have a tract of university land, which lies within thre. miles of ;reant Fi., apipraised by lots, so that It inn be for sale at the earliest possible nolment. C'all and are our Christmas asxortnmnt of French hand made creams, chocolates, auramels and other line assortments of regular tf., cundies at 2t ~ents, at Hers & Co., confectioners, 1I5 N. Main strett. Arrivals at The Helena. .. lMalgure. Blltte; •'m. Merl)rrmott, lButte; Bam Jnaksonl. Lump (litb h; c(nt. loauarly. Whllder's Landing; W. It. Irin on,, Thos. ('. Marshall, Mh nouln; iFrnak Ilbuc', I'. Nolan, I.. II. Smith. (re-at F'nlls; italph IIrry. White BSulphur Svrings; Mi. Bennett, Royal Mine; (leo. Ahlorson, I.lvingston; Rudllph Thompuson, Wim. II Thommpson, A. I). i'hur.hlll, lhugh MI' nQull. Helena; Jamel A. MmDonell Artl ztnla; R. J. ulthied.ie, t'hl'ingo; 1. It. I I1 v. til. San Frnrl'..,o; Alex Justl New York. Notice to Ore Shippers. Helena Sampling Works (Braden Tlroa.. proprietor"), pay nash oand the highest Imarket price for nil clamses of stmlting ores. Rates for amelting are reduced from figures given eighteen months ago from $I to $10 per ton. Cus tom assaying will receive careful and prompt attention at the lowest rates consistelnt with good work. Omloe, cor ncr Grand and Jackson Itreets. Union Pacifi Systenm. Overland train leaves iHlena at ?:,an a. n11. daily for Salt Lake. Denver. i'Prtl.nd, 14111 Francliso, Omaha, Kansas City, St. .Louisl, t'hlcago sind all eastern points. urerland train nrrives at Helena at 4.30 p m. daily; through Pullman and colon. tIt sleeping cars; elegant chair and din insg ars. For further Informatlon, maps, folders, rates, etc., call oil or address H. O. WIlson. V. & P. A. Helena. Mont. Change of care and wnitlllg at Junction polints fur throullhl Iraltll conrtlltut' e onel ol the 'hl.'f n lrynnrs'¶ of ptast.l..er aI vel. IIhence the' ponlllnrlty rf the North ereen 'cilfln,. whih lh runt Iroll ah ' are, la t throlugh traine, dlrtlet to St. Pauil, MIlnn,, na,Illr,. HlIpokant. Tacola a nl Portllinal, a lthuul rhange. Thieves Are Plenty. '1ith I your lllioatey in a11ne' of the' new IPocketl Ihtkhar we arel,' eeelliarl anal Ithlat l.l iot eIonk In ylllll haa', yu II 'n torly all Ire't I laireene Ice townl. The pricerl' f . llr 1'U" k.'l ItHooka andl 'ardl ('ears' I the' low rof the low HCLILNA Ji0WIdLRY CO. LtOIT MOMS LAND. The MWs City Driet Takes a 1se From the Mag D tret. The Helena land oime In In rereipt of a decslon nf the mseretary of the In terler which takes from the Helena land district a big sllee of its territory. In 1880 the Miles City land ofice was ure ated. It btok In all that portion of the territory east of ti& twernty-seventh iange east of the principal meridian which was not then or might afterward be Irnluded in an Inldlan reservation. At the time a portion of the Crow reser vation was east of the tlenty-r'venih range. The ulntire upper part of DIew sun county-what is now Valley county -was the' (irom Ventre reservation. It and part of the Crow reservation have since been ceded to the government. The latter was attached to the Ilesemani dlitrit,. but the land ceded from the (ros Ventre reservation was put onto the Helena district. The commissioner of the general land officem I of oplnioh that all east of the twenty-seventh I,,rne belolngs tio the Miles City dlstrict. The secretary sus tain this view. This adds to the Miles City district all of Valley county, about fifty miles of the eastern part of C(ho teau and Il'er1gus, and a small pieh'ce' of that part of Yellowstone taken from the Crow reservation. f. BO YD THACWIRC A WITNE.N He Fully Verifie a Disputed World's Fair Award. John Boyd Thacher Is laconic and de aislve In his statements. During the lively campaign Just closed In New York, this marked him especially as chairman of the democratic state com mittee. It was equally true of him as chairman of the executive committee on awards at the world's fair. This Is the poaltive and sententious way in which he verifies, In an official letter, the honors won by Dr. Prle-'s baking powder: "I herewith Inclose you an (f fictal copy of your award, which in due time will be Inscribed In the diploma and forwarded." Thus the questiohm re specting the award, raised by an en vious New York rival, is settled beyond cavil. This same rival, by the way, is advertising an award for itself. The official records prove this claim wholly false and show the New York pretender was not so much as an exhibitor at the world's fair. FOR THE ORPHAN& Donations Requested for a Christmas Tree and Dinner. While the little ones of Helena who have a father, a mother,s'tters, broth ers and aunts will be provided for on Christmas day, the little ones at the orphan asylum are not going to be for gotten. Some thoughtful ladies have taken the matter In hand and are going to give a Christmas tree and a Christ muas dinner. All the kind-hearted will want to help in this good work, and they are requested to leave donations. both in the way of things suitable for the dinner and for the tree, at 616 Harri son avenue. Leetur at ea University. Chaplain C. C. Bateman. of Fort As sinibolne, will deliver two lectures at the University on Friday. The first lecture will be at 2:30 p. m., on "Great Libraries." Helena visitors can take the 12:45 car, and return at 4 o'clock. At u p. m. Chaplain Bateman will lec ture on "The Girl of the Period." a plea for girls' rights, which has proved to be very popular. Special cars will be run in the evening. The afternoon lec ture will be free, but a charge of 25 cents will be made in the evening. The money goes to help the Universlty li brary. Chaplain Bateman is a polished platform orator and has gained an en viable reputation as a lecturer in the seres of the Chautauqua, Y. M. C. A. and other societies. Notice to Bruiness Men. R. L. IPolk & Co.. publishers of Hel ena City. Montana State and other bus iness directories and gasetteers, are now canvassing the city for the new edition for 95-i6. All people are warned to pay no money In advance to agents, and to see that the name of this firm is plainly printed on all contracts for our directories. "Beware of Frauds!" R. L. POLK & CO. E. II. Schroer, Agent, Grand Central Hotel. As Light as a Feather. The latest device in the way of a camera is the Kombl. It weighs, when loaded with twenty-five exposures, about four ounces. It takes a picture two by one and five-eighths Inches. Rnld only by the A. M. Holter Hardware company. Mpectnl sale of albums at the Bee Hive this week. Hard to Select Presents? There is no person who does not want a camera at some particular time. The need has been supplied in the Kombl. They are snid at the A. M. lolter hard ware company's. The Northern Pacific is the only line running through trains to St. Paul, Min neapolis and the east. Melba Wears Them. The latest In Shell Hair Pins, medium size, Just the latest. Prices way down. Just the thing for an Xmas present. HKLENA JI'WNVILItY CO. Best line of Vric and iOc kid body dolls In the city can beh found at the Bee live. The BIee Hive is still headquarters for toys :andl holiday gooIds of all kinds. and prices this year are lower than ever. Give them a call. Good Time. A complete line of ladles and gents' watches. Pricers the lowrst. A. C. DN)tNIl, I Jeweler. The Bee HiIve can suit you If you want holiday pIreslents. For a stylish c·L.nk for Indles, misse. or chldiren, alnd eastern prices, call at the Her, Illvte. lBuy your Christmas presents at the Bee Hive and saw. 25 peIr cent. Elegant for Presentl. The very latest to pres.ntlt a dily or g, ntlemani is a Hrlush anli C'oimt eti. The pri c in iight; the goos lar tihe finedst at the IItILENA J i':\ELitY t'i). Hu1nt Claus headquarters at thu lice ilive. Vostibulo Trains. Winter blants of rain Iad slCet have no terrorn for travelnrs tlnal; the. transron tlaental Iralns of the Northern l'aeflnc. Their pIrsenger, leepitng and dining cars are veutibuled. iuy the' Universal paper paterna. They are the best. No Through Trains. I.elenit to 141 I 'ul. hillnneRpulls : Helena to lltljofknel, Tao'nlna anllll I'ortlitnd, x*c'llut via Ithe Northern PaI'lll. 'llhkect offic , curner ltamlu i.d It and streetl. Iuntel I. one or the thiefr! annoyanre. of a t1anmeuht,.lental trip, but the (lretl Northeru I entIirely free from it; the roudway Is ilone balla-t. There are no Sind dI.erts i long ilih line, of the (rlatl NurtlheiI It I. elpible of eenulnoui settlenlent from thle great la-ked to 'Uget sound. LIABLE TO STARVE. The Condition the Cree Indiana May Be In This Winter Unless They Get Relief. IT IS A GROUND.HOG CASE FOR THEM. There Is no More Came in Canada, They Say, and the Law StoM KIlling Here. Aeir.rding to. IhII ustony' told I. t'nll.id Htat..a Muarshal I Mci "I rrijll yPr4t.lIllay. the (c'Ii Inildiani nfow liI Mrontuiia ait. In danger oif mufiring froma lark oif fooild thus w' intr. T'henr. are hom-toi ian. ni with abhout 111 ('reis. noW at I7art 1141" ens. Ana old InitIdian whose liainri. soulnidis very much ilke. PIlkax" In Ihiir (lei. In riolliiily with an iat'rl:ir. it i the chief cahlld on Marshal M. I, Jrn ',tt yenatetduy an'd agskled thait itie it ti' 114,' hie Influeneu. with Ihe g I.I. innulll t it Washington to havi' 4ornt htIn l Idtin lfr the ('rtee. At fist i il hei ii:iki' for wa'i that his peup. ,ltI i all. it Iii, aIuaU~hitier gain- In ordii'r to k..1) UI rn I er. The nirsha Inforgii'*d hiaIhothat Ohi 'tati law iri'vented the killiliK of deeur aIft'r Il.'. Iii, tuturhIay Iust, atidi the governmuen i talal nit irntel lfi- tI. with the ilwpratlon of iilutate Iaiw. Th'e ihief then askuied that ht all his ig '.jli.np I.I allowed toi Mh"'onie wardl sii Io lie K c."Vi meet I nl hid.be givi au resirvai ti\ n Mati r shal Mh.)Iarinioit iugnin iointedoh ut ihe' fu!t thut the Tottedlwt Htali·R govrlllnm· l l had ulan.idy dw"I.-ni'l ii iXa'reua.a aay (anei ill iionltrol (if the ('roe'si~, ." ta I groundl that they wret-' wartdis of I iii ('a.ina Ian govenlent, lie jprrniic to write' to Washlngton to ci'e If any thing inuld be donlue. If what the old chief says is true, It is apparently a "groundhog" case with the frees. He says his people did not leaHe Canada becaue of their partti pation In the Klel rebellion, but be. (ause they could find no game there, and were in danger of starving. They crossed the line because the big game wasu .ore plentiful in Montana If they rould be assured that they would be fed or allowed to find food there, they would return to Canada. He said there were probably 500 Crees in Mon tana, scattered in different parts of the state. Some are camped on the ('row reservation and some on the Flathead. The agents on most of the reservations, however, will not allow the Crees to remain. It is the association with the Indians who are wards of this govern ment that makes the Crees so anxious to be adopted by the United atutes. They see the United States dealIng out rations and clothing to the wards of the government, and it makes them ft el how easy life is under such circum aMitares. The Cree question has been the sub Jeot of long correspondence between the authorities of Montana and those at Washington. The end of it all was that the nation41 government declined to assume any responsibility in the matter. leaving it entirely with the state. Gov. Rickards has promised to ask the legislature to take some action looking to moving the Crees back to Canada at the expense of the state. Meantime the 500 now in Montana will have to live, and as there can be no game killed without violating the law, somebody will have to feed them. Either the Indians will take ohances of the law and kill the game, or the settlers will lose some of their live.stock, unless the general government or the state makes some provision for feeding them. Not i .fr $f per rwt. Hair chains and switches made to order by Mrs. H. Miller. 22G Broadway. "Exursion Tickets tolCJlfornla." 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 Pacifie has placed on sale daily tickets from Helena to California points, limted to sixty days going with rl\tilege of returuing any time withln six onlths, good for stop-over, at following rates: To San Francisco, going via Ogden and returnng same route, $7n To Ban Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland, sad vice versae $9. To San Franelsco, going via Portland and returning same route, 716. To Los Angeles, going Via Ogden and Sacrament~, and returning via Ban Fran cisco and "gdea, or vIce versa, $16. To Ioe Angeles, golng via Ogden and San Francisco, returning via Ban Fran cisco and Ogden, 593. To I.os Angeles. golin: via Portland and returning via lacramento, or vice versa. t09.60. Through sleeping eata reservatlons asn further Information can he hiti by 'allI ing on or addressing 36 North Malinsltrle t, Helena. H. O. Wilson, Freight and P r Agent. The Bee live .ive a special sale of dress patterns th wlerek. Fifty styles of plaln and fnney dress patterns at $3.60, llnings Included. Hobby horses, sleds, dull bugglel, etc.. at the Dee HIte. Fatter. Faster. Faster. On And After December 16th You can come fruom St. Paul to Helena Over the Northern l'acillo Andi save Two hours and Twienty-five minutes In time ovler nany 'ompeting line. The Ree Hive Is <i]t-.min.l: to clear out their toys and hoinllay go it , there fore have made ext",:' ly low prices. A Slight Token. Riolh a pre*tty t'htl sinullli lt e "1 ,ll c n 1I. * had in the Inito of t IIHl0 .Valel , , 'out hilnL .er, I nblrolls Tulta , c i;llt 'rit, el. , etlc.. at the |i ,I,'. NA .1 I.;\ 1 1.t 1 t', . }' ORN, wife of Th p Billlet, n .iniieht.'r. 7 mniiiI I.Ib·*hAh Lntig. \. 1, I . i.Ir. A.Iela FiV b n' : Air 1 I hnrA.I . Namc~Si~e 1(0 nda. .. 1. I. 0. mtsu ýIclkR16Ii. I.* alm i ir ~ . n (I. . taL t nI I r ' . i (I1'.('IE III:KyVI, lira. `n3 %Vommn's *Iet l0 ors Wail.wo Ih (Corps No I. W. It. I.. uot1 lint and Ihltd Thanrlrdayc n .rck A lpJh at M 101 i. in. I at U. .A t. hall. Mi.I. F. j bfR' . I reidaeut IntI3r LA KItBEU7tALI., t.rstsry. M,.ongo (o'nmmasI \io J. A. It. II. 11. N...t" on I bnrt. ty of aI st Wk at A. . 1'. W. halt 7 . 1 U1 *ur. a I. Ii bmrp. 4 salt ug brolhimo coria o shors In.Ige AIAI l r. LII Nit. nr~a J " . ilo ~ ((1110fCoo tw.Il Jusitaiflb .'U s kindly~ Lu. Myrte Lda. t. t.K. t P wil e nl hi IhrnaynrR A c 1160t1ktsu. i~xlK. of IK .ad 1. 4 KNOWLEDGE Brings eomfort and improvement nnd tend to jier"nmal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live lInt ter than other uanI onjioy life more, with lesm exl.enditure, by more promptly ndaptig the world', best pnrthddcta to thle need], of phy.ic·al being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Fig. Its excellence is due to its pir.ewriting in the form mo.t acceptable ald pIluas ant to the taste, the r.fr,.hing andl truly I·enefielal prnlwrtie( of ta i.rftirt Iax ntive'; efftectually .tlenni.ng the ryxtem, dio splling cold,' Ia heaaclheM and e vers and permanently curing c·i,.tipation. It has given actiiufa'tion to mnillio.n* and met with the approval of the med ical profession, heoaue it actu' on tihe Kid neys, Liver and lIowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objeectinable .ul.tanre. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all dlrug gista in It) cent Ix,ttles, but it is manl ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whiowu nain it printed on ,every pu'kage, .luo the naio, Syrup of Fig , and Iring well info,,med, you will not tecept any substitute if offered. THE MAGIC HAT. Of Santa Claus Is more wonderful than ifrmann's, for the variety of good thlnge lhe produees from it. Come to think of It. a good hat is always productive, because It commands respect for the wearer. One word more with you: Our superb samples of the latest styles In headwear make It easy for you to join the grand promenade of stylish men. Don't be concerned about prIces. They are what you want to find them. Our high hats are sold at low prices, and our variety of all kinds of hats Invites all tastes and preferences and ceo ditions of pocketbooks. Make REED Shirts That BAILEY BLOCK. FREE inaud's Parisian erfumes. We will on Dec. 22, aive a bottto of one of Pinaud's new odors, (either French Pansy, Pa(,usta Lily, or Aurora Tulip) to each buyer of Perfumery. We offer OVeR Zoo *o, .RnIR OOOR* of followinl makes. PINAUO's, LAN TIER PIL8, PAL.MER', RIOKEOKe[RS, LAELL '8, OROWN, LUINOORO'S PaFce-D'lAchenl Drn[ Co. POPE & O'CONNOR DRUGGISTS. POSITIVELY CURES TRY DAVIS' o -> ~ COUGH DROPS. I'Itir valu Imyond *timating agailnst S.) A(IIOTU I)IBEASEi ANI 'r li O)ANI' ' TH DOiil., st. Pope & O'Connor, Druggists. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? "KOIIBI" A Camera taking a Picture 2xi 3-8 Inches for ;LOLD ONLY IlY A. M. Holter Hardware Compan CGO.TUMES ,ljunfl'i afnld ms49 W" Munque orj &nrl; , rj wigeN, Ne MASUERAItl M·.h l S'ver , , MI"(9 tL r'L ; Al. 0. I. XV. .. ATTENTION .. Annual Ball -OF - CAPITAL LODGE NO. 2 - AT THE Auditorium IEW IEARS IIGHT, JAll. 1, 1115. The irandest event bf the season. Many valuable priles will be distributed. A coldlal welcome to all members from outl sldE towns. TICK'TS $1.00 admitting gentleman and ladles. ractical Iltructiln and e ,....... • oOK S. It you cannot attend college for a course you can buy our new Practical Test Doks on Bookkeeping, Commercial Law. Business Arithmtlrc, Buslness Spelling and Correspondence. Shorthand (any standard system), Typewriting (for any machine), also best works on Mechanical and Architectural Drawing and Music andl languages. Prompt attention to all or ders. Address Prof. H. T. Enuelhorn, Principal and Proprietor Egelhurn Hlelea Bnimes College, HELENA. MONTANA. Os .d aftr IManl. Jail 2 toL IONTANA STAGE CO. Will euase thlr seºhdol at I ral Daily 4-Horse Coaches -BK'IWKEI- Great Falls anal Lewistown Makin? the Tr p tz Ons Day Vta Belt, Armington, Cora, Geyser, Gratton, Stantord Utica and Phllbrooc. Close connection at Lewistown for the Great Mininin.I Camps of Gilt Edge, Stpote l io, an Maidea. Comlortable Four-Horse Concorl Coaches. Best of Stoc , Feat Time, Careful Drivers. Good meals and accommoda. tons. Prompt atteution to Passengers and express. J. J. DAVIS. Superirlten tent Masquerade SUITS. All kinds. A largo assort meont Mrs. Wirth UROAOWAY. MONTANA U~ViRSIT [ Unlverelty PIa-o. Near He:onb h he o"tjlpt I I sdmn~ tiehonl Ir, Non face end lora.n the toot tin orate luad a per s·uI ice, o urdino t., . Ih ouuurrn paolu. L'oo.I torw aIlugi to the. tiggidenS. F. P. TOWfE, A. M.. 0.0 ALL MONTANA FAPERS A&i ruAD 3r TWWI Montana Press Clipping Bureu, CHAILS ! . O .Vr.MEL. MANA(IaR e... - ......... . . . - n.l.E FOR WHOM ? "., ,: hbets, peowSnn3l men, who want to et nowS ewhat to eald of Itnm, o* SeU pablle eup beanns.u, thla waol eurmet aow d a hotsse ~a ai ddenemos rwuu hyr,(Ly ·PYI BARGAIN I STILL CONTINUE Great Discount Sale: A n.trlis I)tcorn tedl (' ido, meanti. 30 per cuul fully flwerod. Open 3Aprc Mt~ c: .ny num l berof pier.e. Adinnerset off for Cadi for *li. LeconrI Austrian China, hbite. Open 30 per stock, say number of Off for pieces. Elegant doeorated COhna Punch Bow; 20 per and Tom and Jerry Off for C e . Ch'na Cups. Bau (cwl and PaItes, Cups and Saucers, elegantly decorated 10 'per Mustache Cups and Saucer, nfterdioner off for Cups and laucers, Mush sod Mill Sets. Ite entire stock of Frenol and Gor.- 0 por man white China, and dectrated pat- Off for teron, China or emi- I Poroelain. Rochester Hang- 3s per cm ingf Lmps, all of them, off For Cask Cut Ola(J Water Eat withSilver]Piu. 10 per Cs ab Tray, beautiful off For Ca tooJ. E!rgant Cotlass 10 per CentI Wi'n and Claret ss. off For Cas Cut Glue Vinegar Crust., Cream Pitch- 10 per era, Pouquet Ho'd era, Water Bottles, Off For Fruit Btaode, eto. Imitation Cut (Ga' Tumbler., Berry Dishes, Pitch. 10 per era, Spot a liolder., Butter labhe., W-. off For ter 1 o:tler, Balts and PoAl'pers. Our entire stock at toper off for Cash. F. S. LANG cGI KENNEDY'S I East India BittHE ---ARE THE- : BEST IN THE WORLI A Family Tonice Beverag I.u,~'nIrutl bI t the U. M. C Ienne gastm atrr e i rIiwt& s r 1 sIe a. s tanodlcll Y I ,uittedl tu I'u.d nt with t uor & t.rtioi Ama Oppenheimer & Asob. SOLE AOLNT3 101l POLIUT MAZY fTRKIT. HELENA. MONTANA.. Bookkoeping, L Shorthand, ) pewrltIn E u a m abo I up ()1 loa4ip. Nub 7P M. h i ld 17 'i y Iruk. UmI Il eddie... hAI Y K JA( IKMA?. L'rvLag First Mortgage tLo~ N&UOTIA1so ON IMPROVED ClfY PROPE4 c. J. FULTON, 2I sad 1 PUIIMhtl Ws.. CLARE.NCB J,. Architect and rrc~l1'