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HOLIDAY GOODS bg nearly sold out, but we have the finest stock of Crockery, Groceries, Candies, Etc., ever brought to Helena. We are receiving large shipments of new Goods all the time. Our assortment of Candy which we received last Saturday amnot be beat. Just notice the samples of it in our show win Sow. We sell our goods at Sprces that will suit you. Call and inspect our stock. Fresh Poultry, Oysters, Fruits, Oindies and Nuts always on SCHREINER'S... Department Store $7.50 For a og5-piece decorated Dinner Set, English Semi Porcelain, two colors. $1.00 For a pretty Cut Glass Oil Cruet. $1.50 For Berry Bowl and 12 Saucers. Jardiniers, A s so rte d Tints and Gold Stippled $2 TO $4 EACH. Admirers of pr.oN v China should not fail to see our line. Finest line of Lamps ever displayed in Ile!cna ROGERS.. SILVERWARE. F. J. EDWARDS,( 8 Park Avenue, ass4 sOWaRM erlccT. i" MONTANA'S LANDS. Agent Hietn Sas Ther Has Sen Creat Depedations ComMitted Upon West Side Timber Lands. MUCH STATE TIMBER HAS BEEN CUT. Vast Tracks Have Been Taken up by the State-.Stll Much to Be Appro. priated. State Land Agent R. 0. Hickman has flhed his annt ll rlport with the govy ernor. The I.port Is a ilnteresting oine, covering tholioughly, as it does. the work .f :t d'epalr tinent of whiclh compar atively little l, known by the general publlc. TIhe agEnt's tahlte duty IsH the seleItion for the sttt" of s.iirv..yu d landsa elonglnl to lthe public dlillltn. Mir. RIlckman in his report says .thiat the dilh;tlitlOs that have hte'retofore, , xist, ,1 In the selection of desirable l dl+ to fill the several grants lare still l"llpnrr:.t., dIly I a m retre pronounced de'grl', as t~h surveys of the past year ileay I.n largly upon londs not es Ic'1:ll113 rg;irIhd as valuable for state pulllpo l. The' Iagent this year has par ticuliarly Ili'thled a glowing daisposition :iadvrse tol tie state taking public land*I In th lr Inulll.,diate vlitlnlty on the. p:rt f Siett le.e and hlarge landedl pI 'prlt-toris. They ihold that It retards Se'llellent aindI tiks So m.an h Ii and 1111t in I of tihe tiax Ilaying lists its to make it a hi!rdshlip up the il1etual settlers toI paiy t il xp I , o, f the il f1 lR tll int co'unt 111, 'llhii .ll h ll, the tigIl Laint froil the .,,unti, s ast of Ihl ni,- nin ran'it of ithe I ,,l)k' I.moui tains. h n, t lhe westernl l,,p . ahih is ,onlt tio d largely of lihu '.,red lands, the l4nd1 agent has to dra,, plrin'ipal l,' with lrlgl' salw mill .syndcIt'l l..s. %I1h influence men to I, cate land unkdr the timbe" and stone act.a "During the past year." says Mr. Iilckman,. In his Ireport "a large amount of capital has comte in from eastern states to Invest In tllinbred lands, but froln ppjpa':iutsll , ttould isay mostly for .ip.ulallv\. pur ,tposes. I find in lmanylll lit il.tt5pati ies who dto not wish to it. i :the slt l ii t, $..5O pitr a r., g. ia heat'l of the' suI'reyors and M.ie.t .a q1htl ter se'Clii valuabi l. onI) for linth r. l,t n.i much of it so steep that it Is ditt ll: i to climb, e'rect a smnall: hlut ir; I till it a holmn stead and l matnl g It st. n n 03 tt get tIheIr location noted bt the ui ls Tilihen, aiflter the Ilt1ii alre iled in tih, local laud ottlll' ith S. ,It ,t i li I, s fo I ho.il .-tl, l:e , l it ni l - I- 1, i''ttletl** t pil Ifol to the s iIrveY 1111"1e. Aft. r the t-lllnll u1' n 'e.. ceptelii haey all an l1 tl llillil r e tl s.rp ll'. t':,d i f i ts only ' lilt,. whti is. I ltih i' I bill o 11I illienthql oi cll t \, Ile t he' tiltr. iut only to see htyi w 1111ikl tllhe) s ill Ikt and .;.ll s-..f Illt~ . tinth, r Iand . ti.. IMin. 4 llit i·, `tilln i t ., I I, :1 ill uidl e the Iln lih1tns of the 'llhlipl w . \,1r" ith I t ibts, who hiav" not I irrt "fdo, al:ir " il Ihl, l v.I s n of alllti!tinent, snr1..) d11. taiking aI. i l II sr'",+.slity il i- anli ti s t. i li cl.llli It :i it y uit t ,l I , icl!"v a. tls. ,s n 11 lil chili. 1,,1 1H i 01 ,1 11. 't(1 . 11 ap1. oltl i, r 1 t. hll" f I" < '.tu .ll 1, l. to \ ilt r w I h1" th n - 1'' ..f ,i,, a t' e t,, i.: f...'1' 1:1: t11 it , 1h* p 'l'',l 1'i' twenl'y-fiv. ),ui: 'rl. ,ily bon, lit the State' coulld *%l, 't In that so muc110h timb.lr wo11b.i ,u with .Irawn front the m arkets. Ile i'l. l) cr. - ating a dnti,. li f ir t"lm h ier on i tv th , sltte an iIl 'Iih r date,.. 'Pht r. It ,1 nli, ý gi'. v ,,.n" i l, r.it h! itt.lntlon [" tim bher land di, 'n .it.iti 1' s -p liking o the unlawful ,nt'Inr . f limber. n ',i thlai,'ll y on tIcl, lib, I elh k f,,t river, Mr. Hickman sais: "The Ihlpredati "n;t ivt'b'" bet-l .com ml t, "t from V. ar to y, ;ir. ais near .s 1 i :l j.ig",. f til 11 10 to 1i ll last whll 'lt 'Th,," eft tiI,- amo n' cut and relm em it 1 !' h il< ie.-n removed from the lat,' .,tli p,1t into t'h e ho o mn o f th ,, 11 ill 111, k fo -,' 1tlillfiK m im p a n1i y a t 11.'1''li ." ,, ,1i l1 it Is inlpot i bbll of Idlntitleatihi ,n ) iur ,11ur .nt has as .it liul"l no d i e!h.: for iettl,. niint flrom tht-. sum p. I vii ulia I. i.i' i ji~ iIn that a aI w 'A ii' I.sid sirnilit o Iil,- UnIt- I itat :s fl.tkt thit i t; its v:&kl"U iikitg : I ' i l~' it I. ii tl~ ., li (It alturn liii tw it I.I~ lltt tk itjtt ti., Ii iii a Will -k.u till t. .t" lt I ti.'lt' S Itt iii'.. " 1 ' Ii i ntt11 I t1 , '- II uti t ti d1 l l , al of1. I. I «. 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It tI ll ituire that In ' t 1 , of,' i I, Ini, 11lI1t44 th e "i rV * 'ty I .f -Ih ' v ,at '. . l "''he l aw r [ 'l"tg hd 1I;i ' t pin ,l l, i I- 14 of til e Lt it" 1th l,141' II1 l' I l l L u It .l +411t1, and 'xp lI i \" that. In 1h . 1 '' n I .n If ynur Ui lnl, ith' uhý I ll .i-n'l eL 1 to proild1 kt illh t ti l" 4l le '. Il i 1 I IuJJIt r section or neightIh'I 1\ a 4l . Ia ll .. . Ih naWIstanri\ .h tIh, t hia rl11 l h n bllint, 0.II tor geth.r l-t thsnm a rlits, ,,1i lahnts r, quit-Le tIa Ii- apprn'lsdll Ill that 4hini tV. It would certuinly h1" nbri*ah I1n. 1xl-"l. rive and would probably answer tIe Better # Cheaper. T HE ROYAL BAKING POWDER is more economical than other brands because of its greater leavening strength, as showni by both the U. S. and Canadian Government Reports. The other baking powders contain from 20 to 8o per cent. less leavening gas than the ROYAL. So the ROYAL, even should it cost more than the others, would be much the cheaper. In addition to this the superior flavor, sweetness, wholesome ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest U. S. Government Food Report. .4 " OVAL AKING POWD 00., 10to WALL ST., NEW VOrK. purpose at the present time, for setting ithe price on lands which are to be leased." TIHE LOST JElt I. The kducated Bull Dog Just Escaped a Fight. Jerry, the refined and educated bull dog, was missed by his owner the other after noon. And then there was trouble, for Jerry was as much thought of as are nimany dear little chihlren by their papas and mamas. When it became certain that Jcrry, the bull dlog of remarkable attain. Ila nts, was actually gone, his grief strick ei owne'r rushed up to tihet police station an.1 lln ported the id of th poullice in the Starn h for the missing dog. His owner wel.ted to telegraph around about, but the polite departnment adl\ iad him to wait until the town had been searched. Next morning about 1:3O o'clock as Ser 1grant Murphy was passing the Granite block lie noticed a group of young fellows standing by two cabs. Suddenly, as the stlgean! reached the crowd, out from one of the cabs lumped Jerry. The officer zlrbbed the dog., and from the boys came a groan of despair. They tried to Induce the strgeant to give up the dog, but in .st.'l, hi' took h, n to his owner, who was as glad to see ' i as Charlie Itbss' father wu :id be to see t harlie. iUit it was pIl*rtty rough on the party of 'iounL; lltmen. Thy had horrowed the dog, andi no doubt. we're about to enjoy a first class dog tight, when Jerry's blunder s.,tiledl it all Whc or where was the other dog nobody now scenis to know, but it is pattly certain that a dog light which was to have taken place that morning didn't come off at all. IT hII-. .1 Ill NI)O.VED. The Assessment Work Wasn't Dote and So the Entry Is Cancelled. It..,'lver Collins and It lh:ster Cox, of th " land *ttli'. h:. * rIntivrl'd a decision Il th 'l ntl '-t o.f" J h llI.l',l ltagat i it al l. ve'.sus Jahn JIhMcLrm'tnt ot at.. In wvhioh th*ly canced the nllelani entry of the lati.r Ir'tles (i. 1011.24 acres if ined cl ..n.l ahs I,la cer. lt'. Iermltt and .t1i. ade, tan I aL l aII pl. ation1 for the !.u , l I .h . 1, I, g fi n:ll ( i fl'td a pio I,'~ 1 I" ...ti. !. :ll. all, g i ;hal t th*e all-p l :."s hid l,, sin i abtandoned the I:ila*, L) i1,t contply tnl w 'ti thi,. law r( :i:tilg ti annualit l * xpi,iliture. The tie tint ity sh.owd t:it ti. li annua;il eixpen dlitur, I!n il ts n ,,1 1). in, n lnl, f,' several ),".:-r. i:',i, to th-e ,dveri , ,claim of llt.ilitu;t: and that tIh ltniln hall been ni .n, ll.d ind! .IR I pn to lonat rn as if itit ,ad l1>,n n i flrmier posliessin. Th," 1~cal land olttlh. r therefore can ctlltId thei miniral intry of MDermott. Arbelln fnlllr Iit .ll l t-t iIn the wotld. A Card of Thanks. The Slsterts of the (;,otl Shepherd beg to r .* :irn th"lIr slilt , . th:llnks to the many klti frellr lll s who g-I ., riuurl; remlnlmbered tl.ten at I'hristhisi ,esplally Mrs. A. P. ('urti., litnds llIriui.. l, r. Trency, Mrs. ('artli Mrs. iQu.lni, Mirs. iahler, Mrs. La ('rir. Mi, s 1 .1lorrli. ('atlhllc' Lad es Lit. ( ray So.l.ty., 'rs. ltlihard.son, Mrs. ('us. k, ily. Mr .1i. I'.ntl,.rs. Mrs. r l. Donall, M1 r Tandy,M.rs. t'ardilltn, Mrsr. Itrose, Miran; ltro., .iMr. Mlllr. Mrs. I). W. l'ik, Mrs O'('onnell, Mrs. K. Flynn, Mrs. HIlckey. . Sp..,ial blanket sale at the Bee Hive. Ilest values ever offered at Thc, $1.15. $1.75 and $3. As Light as a Feather. The latest 'lt\'vi'. in the way of a camera Is the* Komll. It weighs, when loaded with twenty-live exposures. about four ouncel . It takens a picture two by one, and live-eighths Inches. Sold only by the A. M. Hollter Hardware cotIl ii;triy. Toro SMenthol will cure your catarrh. At all di uggit.t. loperior to all. Aabew'lm I lor. Money to Loan. I have tn Ilntl ,v ,rnal small a:llllll, t. $ l; I" $1 I,. ), to brll ,itt g l I t', Il t l , -I ti'ity, nill r . t '"i .n tl. I 0lv , a l i- I .u i it l ' , , thll '. t. Iil, yr li . J is. 11 1 'll'ou k.r. ev, rntv-li'v ce.,nt will toy a Itlt orf la U ' s i 't'+rt rl oif h .vy ry b iked fl'eece( I,.:ll'rle:,ni. , a rith $l.Ui a ruit, at the liee lil',u Ilils w ie k. I'.Tr a tyli'.h lak fit ladhs, mla'el O t lilh. , . 1, ; alii i tri 7 prIli rs, call at th, . l i P.', tailt ('1:1i11 h(lllllu.lrteist at the lice Awarded Highest Honors-World's Pair. CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. 4 pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A Card. To the C(tisens of Helena-- ear friends: Ielng detainld in your midst longer than was expected, and dsliring. to do go,'. while I remain, it affords me pleastre to announce that in compllance with the urgent request of many friends. I shall. 1). V., conduct rellgious services i your city at the court house, In Judge Hunt's room. every Sunday at It a. in. and 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to partici pate in these much neteded services for the people. Our only creed I. the living Christ. Dog matism and worn out platitudes have no place In our teaching. To save men, to assist them in life's conflict is our chief aim: exemplifying our motto: "In non essentials. liberty; in all things, charity." With kind Christmas greetings, I am. yours to serve, THOMAS COOPER. December 25, 1891. tea IMaur $2 per aWl Babcock's pXMASd FURS Bela Garments, Fur Cots. Muffs, Cape.. Eastern Prices. .Largest Stock. Head quarters for Furs of all kinds. BABOOO"'B. OWLE CASH STORE 107 N. MAIN ST. We will make A Stir In our Linen Department this week that portends trouble for prices by placing on s:le too dozen Bleached Towels, size 18x42 inches at 10c Each 44 in. Turkey Red ';itble Cloth, per yard ....... 20oc Lo in. Turkey Red 'I'dble Cloth, per ),ard ....... 29c 5i in. Illeached 'Table Cloth, per yard ....... 27.c i7 in. Cream White Table Linen, per yard ...... 49c Our Table Linen Stock in. cludes all grades from 2oc to $2.25 per yard. Napkins in great variety from soc to $6 per dos. A. O. U. .. ATTENTION .. Annual Ball - OF - CAPITAL LODGE NO. 2 - AT THE - Auditorium IEW TEARS IIGHT, JAI. i, 1895 The grandest event of the season. :Many valuable prises will be distributed. A cordial welcome to all members from out sid. towns. TICKETS $1.00 admitting gentleman and ladles. MONEY TO LOAN --- ON- IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY. C. J. FULTON, 9I AND C, PSTrUeU RnH BLOOK. SAMUEL K. DAVIS. SPECOIAL. Mining Investment Stocks. 2.500 Iron Mountain. This stock is now puylr,1: regular dividends and Is the best purchase on the list. Co0 Ontario, )eer Lodge county, a safe investment. 600 lenton group, Nelhart, low price. 1.000 to 5,000 Double Eagle, Spotted Horse. Maiden. offered low. 00,000 None Such, at a bargain. 1.000 shares of Helena and Frisco. Room 26 Bailey Block. Loe & Bro. 35 S. Main S. Main A HAPPY ; NEW YEAR TOONEAND ALL An l with it comes the lood ttd.in(l trint we have com rninc'd our Clearaice Sale ()! f all our W:NTi R GOODS. SILK HANDK RCHIEFS, MUFFLERIS. Etc, which LIoan goo0a ist Epstoer vwholesalo lric^9. Ma.y., haBte, '.all enrly or you i wonu g'Ut any of the good thing s. LOEB & BRO. 35 S. Main. THE ONLY CASH OLOTHIERS IN NHBLENA. HOLIDAY GOODS . *-*FOR 1894 AT-... C. B. JAV UEMIN & CO'S. WATCH ES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY. Silverware, Novelties. Opera Glasses, Cutlery, Czarina Collarette; Hair and Hat Ornaments. Do sure and look over our stock before making your Holiday Purohaseg C. B. Jacquemin & Co. 27 S. Main St., Helena. ---~~ ~ ~ ~ - --- ---- --- If You Want to Make Her Happy Buy Her a.... ETo bake, to roast, to broil, to toast, to boll to stew, for many or few; Cei To last, to plea.e, to work with erae. to lessen care, give better fare; To save food, to give a better mood, to save worry and avoid hurry; To give plenty of water, and make It hot ter, to save Mme, then heed the rhyme And buy the greatest of all, and only Steel Malleable Iron , Range, the MAJEST IC After using, stop abusing the man that made the cast Iron stove. -- MAJESTIC -o We give a Fine $zo Washing Machine with every M:IAJESTIC sold before New Year. Granite Block. STURROCK & PREUITT. IIRE het Yellow risead i ir wood. Har.l 'Sot al the lowest mar ket pr.ee. Dlliverj )'romp,. UlieN and arlds oppuosite N P. freight deput. ' elepabue e. H. Nicholso n & Co., Ltd. GEMS GEMS ! Full line of Fine Montana Sapphires and all kinds of precious stocres. A large assortment of Agate novelties. Sapphire cutting at the lowest prices Helena Lapidary Co., Power Block. Take Elevator. GILOMRIST BROS. DEALERS IN - Lumber, Sask, Doors, Etc Mill Work of .A1ll K.inae. Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal. -- CORD WOOD. CITT ONFIC,s CHANtD EINTRAL CIGAR lTOR. TEI.EPIIlONE NO. 160 STEELE, HINDSON £ CO., --JOBDER Of- Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal anti Potatoes WIOIgALt AG0AITI 0o TUE OZL1&BATID ROYAL BANNER, CROWN AND MONTANA BELLE FLOUR 1.lDeoeab No. 10e.-The Beat utorae lilitims in the UCll.--13 Boleman s t. The Pioneer Fruit House of Montana. Established 1883. LINBDSAY & GO. Wholesale Fruits, Produce and Seeds HELENA, MONTANA. For the coming Holid iy trndo we will hava the following goods In cur :ots, viz. Swcet Pcta.to'.s, York SLitte Sweet Cider New crop -icilly Leni.t.s, Catawba Gralpes, Fresh Eggs, Florida Oranges, Jer.eoy Cranberr, s, i3oelliower Ap! ,l~ and numerous other varieties ot apples. Uur stock of Cnztdles, Nuts ann Chewing Gums is large and well selected, and we ask retailers tbrourthout the btate to send for our pr-, e list ot dame. Utah Alfalfa Setd and Montana Timothy ebed in round lots at low prices. GIANDU CENTRAI HOT~L Central Av3., and Fifth St., GREAT FALLS, - MONT. First (lals With ill Ilofern Improveienfs Brick building with large elegant rooms. First class accomrluda. tlons to curnnmerclul travnless and the traveling p,'t,lic in general. We solicit a share of your patronage. RATES: $2.OJ per day. ARCHIE McDONALD, Proprietor BRING IN YOUR ART PORTFOLIOS And have thorn bourd. Frces from $1.0O to $5.00 per eeL General Buokbinding and Ruling. C. B. LEBKICHER Ieoeod vIhor liqsral lIetlldlQ. THIS PAPER Ic kept on fle, at IC. ('. I)AKI:'R Advertim. Ing Agenay, 64 and i6 Mtrehanlin UC. rhense. Ban Franrtlco, Cal., where con. trects for adverUling can be n ad Lor a.