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THE dELQRADE UNFORTUNATE
TheMan Found Recently Upon the^Northern Pacific Track Thought^to Have Been Murdered.
Bo/eman,Jan. 128.^[Special to the In^^dependent. | ^The coroner's Jury In the^case of Joseph Lee, found dead on the^Northern Pacific track, tind a verdict that^he died from an unkuown eauae. The sus-^ptcton uf foul play w*a sustained.^A round hole in the scalp penetrating to^the surface of the skull, Indicates that^aome instrument must have been used to^cause death, though it is poaaihle that a^Mi or other projection about the iron of^the car trucks may have indicted the^wound. Nothing more has been learned^establishing the identity uf the deceased^than was revealed by the papers found^upon the body.
Thenew Sllsby engine purchased by this^city arrived on Sunday, and was tested^to day. It la a handsome and most elalior-^ately nnlshed machine. At prtsent haud^power will be used to propel it, aa It U^lighter than the hand engines which have^been in u^e her*-, l uder t**st the engine^water wilh 1.IU0 tret of hose seventy-five^horizontal through a nozzle oue and one^quarter inch with short coupling aud put^tour streams simultaneously over the high-^eat building in town. The time from cold^boiler to steam and water was tour uilnutea.
Themachinery and piping tor the artes^^ian well has also arrived, and preliminary^steps have been taken by the company to^begin the operation of boring at once. An^expert trom the coast will direct the work,^and there is little doubt of the complete^success of the undertaking.
Laterumors of the discovery of coal near^the boundaries of the Ellis military reser^vatlon, prove to some extent true, as sur-^faoe indications Of ^'^^al deposits have been^found hin.il railway lands In the vicinity.^Aa coal abounded throughout the district in^aMstftOB, however, JittU- attention seems to^be paid to the report.
Mrs.Ota Wudd died here on Monday^and was Kivm a very large tuneral yester^^day. She was an old resident of the town^and widely known and uuiversally re^spected tor her inauy virtues. She will be^deeply uiourued.
Candidatesfor the various offices are In^^creasing daily, and numerous petitmus are^on the streets askiug for loeal support.
Collsgaot Montana Notas.
DM1a^iiok, Jan. as.^(Special Corres^^pondence of the Independent |^The boiler^and heating apparatus for the new dormi^^tory has arrived and Kelly Uroa. are put^^ting it in as fast as possible. When the^work is done the two dormitories will have^hot and cold baths on every floor. The^dining-room In the basement if the new^building is large enough to accommodate^the students from both dormitories and the^one now in use will, together with the en^^tire basement of the old dormitory, be eon^verted into recitation and laboratory rooms^aud used by the scientific and school of^mines departments. The room now occu^^pied by the library, which numbers be^^tween 7UU and HOu volumes, will be^used by the Gamma Theta literary^society, while the library will be moved to^Trssk H.1,1. now used by the art depart^ment. Another gentlemen's literary soci^^ety is In prospectu and will probably be^organized In the near future.
Fivenew students have come since last^writing, bringing the enrollment up to i::i^Mrs. D. J. McMillan gave the convicts at^the penitentiary a rare treat last Saturday^in the shape of a concert It is pronounced^by a number of outsiders who happened in^a No. 1 entertainment, surpassing in merit^many given by professionals. Several^members of the faculty took part, and a^iiiiii11.i i of students, liesides Instrumental^Minnie, including violin solos by Prof.^Ryot, Mr. Moou, and Mist l.i/zie Hyde,^the 12 year old daughter of Joseph Hyde,^who, by the way, has extraordinary^musical talent^Miss Abble Bird *s II,^the elocutionist, recited several selections,^and her sister, teacher of vocal and instru^^mental music, with several others, sang^solos and choruses. The penitentiary^choir also sang a few songs. It was a con^^cert to be remembered by all present, but^specially by the prisoners. Miss Klrdssll,^assisted by her sister and others, gives an^elocutionary and musical entertainment^to-night at the opera house.
Theriver Is frozen over and students^and profeasors are enjoying the fine skat*^ing.
Lettersfor the following persons remain^uncalled for at the Helena, M. I . post-office^on Jan. 24. In calling for thetn please say^^'advertised.
UKNTKKMJCN'sI I- I
Andersson,A.^Anderson, J. C.^Allen, Chas.^Aidous, Henry^Ames, J. A.^Appleby* Joseph
Anderson,Andrew^A lucre, K. U.^Allen, Chas. I,.^Alexander, Win.^Anthems, James^Atkinson, r P.
liarent/en,TheodorIJentley, David A.
bell,AlbertHerry, John C.
IMock,Chas.Hills, James T. (2)
lflair,Kugenebishop, (J. S.
Birch,J. Lliowley, It. C.
lioughum,M. V.Hriggs. H. B.
Bray,GeorgeBurns, M. S.
Burns.AlbertBunn, Chas. C. (3)
Birkstrom,KronkBushaw, 11. H.
Burlingame,K. A.Cable, W. K.
Cariepien,JohnCarlson, John B.
Christian,C.Clark, E T.
ClarkA HonleyConnors, Con.
Connor,Thus. D.Cowlu, Albert
Conner,ThomasCollins, J. I.
Crawford,W. C.Dallas, John
Demars,CharlesDixon, Charles^Dod|te, FredDoneil, James
I^^^ , Ralph P.Estelle, Wm.^Evans, ThomasKarrell, Thomas^Felor, C. K.Foster, (ius^Frederick, Mr.tiarver, Jt^sse^t.rimesta-l. Nath. O.(iollnick. F.^(roodseM, W.Goodman. John S.^(rroman, J. J.Graham, to n.^Graham, John H.Hawley, Nelson^Havland, CharleyHallam, II^Hansen, Chas. F.Heideueick, Sophus^Henderson, Wm.Heath, Henry^Hjelm, JoeHerber. Chas.^Hillor, Thoa.Hightower, H P.^Hill, GeorgeHtnshew, W. C.^Hookanson, C.Horst H. 11.^Hollenhach, JohnHolden, Ivan^Hoyt, II. W.Huace.The.
IIutter. MichaelIreland, Charles^Jackson, J. H.Janson, Charley-^Jell, Frank H.Johanson, Peter^Johnson, Chas. K.^2) Jones, James^Jones. HarryJones, John U.^Jounney, N.Keaton, Chas. 11.^Kiroti, TommyKetchie' S. A.^Kaelble, Howard,Korn, John K.^Kolberk, HenryKnutson, Charlie^Krohn Christian, Kuehn, Theo. O.^Larson, AndrewLandergren, ('has.^Laviolett. George it.hawrens, T. D.^Labare, DIdansI^ewis, K^J^ewis. Mr.Lewis, T. A.^Leanderso*, M A.LI Hoe, Thor.^Lawman, Chris. Lyon, John^Lundgren. IjewisonMaguuson, Charly^Ma)nard. K C.Marek, John^Mill-. John K.Miller. K G.^Murphy. T. HKelley, Earl
My.rs. (ieorg**Murray. C. H.
Muth.K A. (1)Mitchell. C.
Meyer,Max A Bro.Mrknloeka, Franc
Motte,Jean MonsMoone, Clias. J.^Miller, Frank W. (2) Miner, Henry
McMillan.M SsfcGulre, T. J.
McBndeA HaldornMclsaac. OeorRe
McBrlde,H.V brtntf, J I..
Newell,JohnNilson, N.^Nixon, JoeNirfgier. Adolph
Olsaon,L (2)Oharl, I*.
Palmer,L. A.Parks, Dan It.
Psrsons,W. C.Heterwin, John A.
Petersen.JohnPhillips. L K.
Phillips,W. II.Petterson. Krick
Petterson,LuisPerkins, H. L.
Powell,Mia*Pounder, H. fj)
Pogue,J. w.Price, VV. H.
Hex.J. (J.scanloo, W. G.
Srhuldt,Chas. K.Scadden, Thos.
Srhniidt,C. K.Sinclair, David
Sheehan.JohnSheldon, D. P.
Sherman.IlentjrSmith. E. VV
Smith,F. M.Smith, Chas.' N.^Me wan, Wm. A. Mr wart, R.^M*-i|ar, JulesStrand, Lewis H.
Melnky.W.Stone, L. E.^Mranson. John H. Spencer. H. M. (2)
SperhtHenrySperling. (Jr-ors:** M^Thompson. J. J. Time*, M. J.^Twenes. S. Low Vofren, Jacob O.^Virau, Arthur (2^ Wolker, Harry W.^Warner, U. If. Walker, Thos,
Water,aarauel Webster, Frank^Wilson, Claude, Williams. J. W.^Williamson, Birt Wosd K.^Wright, U.Young, W. W.
ladies'list.^Anderson, Annie Ames Minnie Mrs.^Bairifalupor, Boss Beaudette, Julia^Boyle. KateBowhay. UtMf Miss
Bridge.MnHle Miss Bussey. L S. Mrs.^Bum, Kosa Mra. Carpenter. II. Mrs.^Carroll, Florence Docousins. Maud^Dorey, An- e Miss Fleming, Nellie Miss^Garvey. Ellxa Miss Getsmann. Heurlette^Gray, Kate Miss Harthy, Helen Mrs.^Hamni, I M. Miss Holienback, Umls E.^Jansson. Annie Miss Julianson I'heka M.^Johnson, Marie Mrs Krool, Mra.^Leiser. Martha Miss l.*-m. Katie Mrs. (t|^Llndtjulst, Tine MtssLlsser, Jenue Mrs.^Miller, M. A. Mrs. Olsen. Kilda Miss^Parker. Alice Mrs. Kamoml, Anirellque^King, Mamie Miss Sanborn. Eva Miss^bboals, KIlaMiss Thomas Ida^Wachtmanu, Katie Wilson, Alice Miss^Williams, Lottie Miss Wilson, Geo. Mrs.^Wilson, Edith Mrs.
C.I). LVrtih, P. M.
Thebeautiful glossy sheen, so much ad^^mired In hair, can be secured by the use of^Ayer's hair Vigor. There is uothing bet^^ter than this preparation tor strengthening^the scalp and keeping it free from dandruff^and Itching eruptions.
BanFrancisco and Los Angeles Ex
OnJanuary 16th and the same date each^mouth thereafter, the Union Pacific rail^^way company will sell excursion tickets to^San Francisco at the following rates frotu^Helena. Going and returning via Ogden,^S76; going vta Ogden and returning via^Portland t either by rail or steamer be^^tween San Francisco and Portland) or vice^versa. 8W^. Lot Angeles and return, going^via Ogden and returning same. |n6. Tick^^et*, to above points lie Hide side trips. Og^den to Salt Lake City and return. All the^above tickets ^re good sixty days going,^extreme limit six months from date of sale^and allow stop over privileges in both di^^rections within the limit. Through Pull^^man cars between Helena aud 1'ocatello via^the Montana Central and Butte, leaving^Helena daily at 7:tt^ a m.
A.E. Vka/ik,^Trav. Pass. Agt, 28 N. Main St
Our*For Pllas.^Itching piles are known by moisture like^perHpiratlon, producing a very disagree^^able itching after getting warm. This^form as well as Mind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Or. Hosanko's Pile Kemedv, which^acts directly upon the parts affected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the intense^itching and effecting a permanent cure.^Fifty cents. Address The Dr. Bosauko^Medicine company, Piu.ua, O. Sold by li.^(ft, Hale A Co.
Tnlsis the season of the year when the^raw, cold winds create sad havoc with the^hands and c(Hii|ilexion. .sott white hands^and a clear ^peachy^ complexion can be^assuredly preserved by the frequent appli^^cation ofDutard's Specific. If rubbed into^the skin well it leaves no greasy surface.^I he skin abeurns it Sold by K. S. Hale A^Co., wholesale and retail agents.
Theimmediate symptoms of dyspepsia,^or indigestion, Is a distressing sense of^weiKht, oppression and fullness in the^stomach, heartburn, loss oi appetite, foul^hr^ath, belching, flatulency, nausea, pains^in the shoulders and breast Dr. Henley's^Dandelion Tonic promotes healthy diges^^tion and removes all unhealthy symptoms.^Sold by H S. Hale a Co., wholesale and^retail agents.
Oregonis one of the most productive^states in the Union. Its vast mineral re^^gions contain gold, silver, copper, iron and^coal. Its immense tracts of grszing Isnds^support thousands of cattle aud sheep, and^its extensive agricultural regions produce^ail the cereals in abundance, the yield per^acre being, in some instances, the largest^in the world. Among the useful and valu^^able products of the Web-Foot state may^be mentioned Oregon Kidney Tea, which^has pioved a boon to thousands afflicted^with pain In the back and kidney dfticul-^ties. It Is purely of vegetable composition^and never falls. Sold by K. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agents.
Itshould be generally known that Dr.^Henley's Dandelion Tonic insures a hearty^appetite and increased digestion, dispels^nervous depression and low spirits, over^^comes lack of energy and wakefulness and^will infuse new life and strength into the^weakest mvslid. Sold by K. S. Hale a Co.,^wholesale and retail agents.
Adure Our^ or HUM.
Dr.Kirk's German llle Ointment has^cured Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles^when all other Ointments have failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allavs the Itching at^once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re^^lief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment is^prepared only for Piles and itching of the
Krivateparts, and nothing else. Every^^\ Is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, GO cents^and SI per box. Sold by K. S. Uale A Co.,^Helena.
Thebest salve In the world for Cuts,^Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever^Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,^Corns, and sll skin eruptions; and posi^^tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It^is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,^or money refunded. Price 26 cents per^box. For sale by k. S. Hale A Co.
Oursfor tick Hsadacha.^If you want a remedy for biliousness,^pimples in the face, and a sure cure for^^lck headache, ask K. S. Hale A Co., the^druggists, for a free sample of Dr. Uunn's^Liver Pllla Only one for a dose; full box^26 cents.
CroupIs a terror to young mothers, es^^pecially during the win*, r months as It Is^then most prevalent It oan always be^prevented, if properly treated as soon as^the first ay stnins appear Hoarseness is the^first symptoms; this is soon followed by a^peculiar, rough cough. If Chamberlain's^Cough Kemedy is freely given as soon as^these symptoms appear, it will Invariably^prevent the attack. There Is no danger In^giving the remedy, as It contains no In^^jurious substance. For sale by H. M.^Varcnen A Co.
Personstroubled with chronic diarrhoea^or subject to bowel complaint in any form,^should try Chamberlain's colic, cholera and^dinrrtio.ii remedy. Many chronic cases^that had resisted all other treatment have^been cured by It For aale by II. II. Par-^chen A Co.
Inhis new discovery for Consumption, suc^^ceeded in producing a medicine which is^cknowledged by all to be simply marvel^^ous. It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste,
Crfectlyharmless, and does not sicken,^all cases of Consumption, Coughs, Colds,^Whooping Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, and^I'alns in the Chest, it has given universal^satisfaction. Dr. Boaanko's Cough and^Lung Syrup Is sold at 60 cents by K. S.^Hale A Co.
iswarranted, la because it la the best
BloodPreparation known. It will posi^^tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the^whole system, and thoroughly builds np the^constitution. Bsmembsr, we guarantee it
Forsate to; K H lisle* Co
thousandssuffering from Asthma, Con^^sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try^Acker's English Remedy^ It is the best^preparation known for all Lung Troubles,^^old on a positive guarantee at 10c., 50c^For ^al^* by K. i, Hala A Co.
STOCK*.Nil You, Jan ^. bar silver. WS^^\j*l^r ^4uWt; taturasaaalar; January. I^batsV Waak aad n r^ active; domasUr, $1.hu.^Taa stock market toxlay furnished few featur**^of laterttat, beta** eilr**uiely dull ei^ ept for hhlf a^dosea leading shares, while nuctuaUor.e were cou^fined tn uQueually narrow ransjea with a weak lone^from the o^ealng to the doe* The c oan was^dull and weak at fractional loeeee tor the day^tiovarnmeut hoods ^ulei and eieady^Peuvleuin opened steady and dosed weak at
woveromentbonds. 4s, 13TS4; 4H^. Wortr.^era Fact Ac, *H; urelsrmd, tsi. Oregon Navl-^naUon.Tranetontlnental, ; Union I'a
dflc,b-^*s , ureaun Improvement, SSH.
Money^^ rail was easy at I par cant.^Prime mercantile oaoer, Kfc-*V Sterling as-^chin*^^ quiet tndnrm, sixty-day bills, $4 ^S, da^mand. ft-t v V
L1VBSTOCK,^Cniuavo, Jan. 0 -t attle- Kaoatyta, i:i,uun;^slow; extremely low; choice to extra beeves, *4 A^t^4SV sutere, fv '*M.t 10: etorsera and feedere,^$Jt !* 1*4.10 ;TeXM cattle, fl.41^UOife Kecttjnte, IV*^. slow, clo^lntf V lower;^in.led, %4 TAfeS.M'; beaty, S4 tMftMU. light. $4 NO
Hbeeu-Herelpta, ft,URi: stroas nstlvea. f-'.wUfi^MB; weewro. corn ted, $4 Bxfftsi Texas.'!-' W
CH1CAUOFHOUUC*.^OaitaaMj, Jan. xS.-Cloae^Wheal-Weak and^lower; cash. . Ki Unary. . alty. *\^Corn^ Steady; cash, M\%; February, MS; Mar,
uata-Htaady;caan, MMl Kebruary, M 1S-1S;^May, *7 MS.^l ork ntaady; cash and February, $uuu. slay,
S.*ht:slay, |. ifc*
Miortclear $* M^t^o 75
LeadlnKphysiiians recomuifnd Ayer's^Sarsaparlila. Old and younK take It with^perfect safety. It clransfs the blood.^Htrvn^thi'iis the nerves, and vitalizes the^system. Popular experience has Ionic^placed this medicine at the head of toukc^alteratives.
*VV-y^v tHfl^ with soy Throat or^* Lung Dtseaw. If you liave^a Cough or Cold, or the chiMr. n ere^threatened with t'roupor Whooping Couph,^use Acker's English Hruedy and prevent^further trouble. It is a positive cure^and we guarantee it. Trice 10 and 50c
Foraale by R 8 Hale A Co .
WhenBaby wns si^-k. we gave bar Caatorta,
Whenshe was a child, she fried forCaatoria,^Wtw-n t)^^-nnie Miea. she rluna; to Caatoren,^Waaa ab^ h*d ('hlldrvtt, the tf*r^ Ui^m Cantoris*
\Vhen you desire a pleasant physic try^ML l'Htnrk's t.iils. They can alwaya t^r^depended upon, and to not nauseate the^stomarh nor tinpe the bowels. Kor sale by^II. M Parchen a Co.
Whohas fine Hair, and desires to pre^^serve its color, abunuaiuc and lustre,^should use Ayer*s Hair Vigor as a^dreeing. It keeps the sealp clean and^cool, mid is by far the most exquisite^toilet prepMration in the market.
MM. J.iliihon, at I^. Thomas Hill,^Mo., aavs : ^I have used Ayer s Hair^Vi^or M my family for a uumWr of^years, and regard it an the liest hair^preparation I know of. It keeps the^Hi alp clean, the hair soft and lively, and^pn-Kervrs law original eoloff. My wife^iiHH awsil it f^^r a long time with m^mt^satisfactory results.
Mrs.8. A. Rock, of Anderson, Texas,^writes : ^ At the age of M, in Monroe,^]..t . I had a severe attack of swamp, or^malarial, fever. After I got well my^hair commenced coining out, aud soeon-^tiuued until it had well nigh all gone.^I used several kinds of hair restorers,^but thevdid no good. A friend gave me^a lH^ttle of Aver's Hair Vigor. Before^finishing the first bottle my hair Itegan^t^i grow, and by the time I used three^bottles, I hail a tine head of hair.
Or.J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mast.
Boldby I'rugglsti hu^1 I'erftimers.
Pioneer National Bank^OF MONTANA.
DesignatedDepository of the^United States
Pftld-UpCapital^Surplus and Profits
T.H. klkin8chm1dtAnn't Cofltller
Gbo.H. HillSecond Aee't Caehler
8.T. HauHer, John C. Cortlu.^A.M. Hotter,H. S. Hamilton.
GranvilleStuart, C. P. Hlgglns,^K. W. Knlffht, A. J. DavU.^T. 11. KleiUHChmtdt, Henry II. Parcheu.^T. C. Power.
transacted fcVlntaraat paid on time derails.
Thos.Cruse Savings Bank
incor[ioratadUnder the Laws of MuoLana.
Paidin Capital, $100,000.
T.H. CAKTKKVice President
Allows6 per cent. Interest on Havings^Deposits, compounded January and July.
LG. Phki.i-s, Vice-Pres. and Act. Cash'r^8. K ATKfNHONAssistant Caetiiet
A.il. Clahkk, Hiuman Gans.
H.K. Galkn. Pkter f mnit.
C.W. Cannon, R. 0. Walijicx.
8.C. Abhby, I. D. McCi tcheon,
ToMr a. H r^)QSlaaa, who la a en owner wltb^J, V Ptulaea and H ^ '^r%ot fa the followlDtf^deecrltmd propertr: ot SH of 8^ of 8Wis ot^eac .KpTHiN of K ^ West. Von are berehr soU^fled that I (the naderelfnadj have eipendad oae^haadred dollars fin- la leo^^r and Improvprnenta^upoa the ^'.f^v^. oeacrltied|pr^'|^ertT. as will arc^ar^^iy rertlflraie ^lad Mey Sad, \^7f la tba offli ^of^the recorder of the eald cooaty la order 10 hold^the eald premlsee under the prorlaloneof aertloo^l.VM Kevlaed htatataa nf thevalted Htataa. k-^the amount r*-^juired by law to hold the same for^the year ending Dec St.lM. And If within nine^^ty days from the pahlkatl^-n of t 1^ notioa, yoa^fall or rataaa to oontrlbute your iir^^p'^rtion of^each eiuenditate as a co-owner your intereet la^said rlalm will become the urooerty of tba sab^errlher ender said eer Uon i,SS4.
fSJiraadtHAKOLD K OKANT
Helena.Lewis and Clarke county, Mont., Jan SI
IpreKrlne end rally aa-^doree H\g ii i i tbe oalf^^pe'-iflc for therertaiacass^of this di-e^a*^ii U.IN'.KAII Aaf.M. r^.^AmaterSain. N. Y
Wahave e^id sn^ O tor^many yean, and It baa
Sventhe beet ef tat .a^ctloa.
D.B- DYCniCwOOa,^( hlrafl-o III.^^ f.Sw. wold by iwasflata
k.s. Hala A Co., H. M. Parens* A Co., wbots-
NovetleelaVslvaia I'luahaa, Silas and Kltihous,^Laoaa, r am ^ Patterns and ^iruemeute
Lataetluiportatlons and jiMdurttims uf onrowa^hlgb claas novaltlas.
HATSAND BONN ETC
AUtbe new colors, materials and daslgne
Allib ^ latest shattea In uatriuimed *rem h Kelt,^Velvets aad M^^leektn Hate and Ikmnete In plain^andfanry c^^mblnaUons f-r Ladlea, Mlsees ami
Children Our (leoartJient In Pancy t*oods, Ho^slery, **lovea, Ladlea' and Children's underwear,^Yarae, and all ma erlal, etru, are all complete^infanta' oulflts a epaclalty.
No.3 North Main St^HKLENA - MONTANA.
Anenifor Hatterlrb e Pattarns aad Hall's Ba
Paidin Capital ^^Surplus and Profits
L.H. HERSHFIELD, P^es'L^A. J. DAVIDSON, Vice-Pres'l^AARON HERSHFIELD, Cash'r
io*H of oiMtcrotii
THOMASCHUBB, M. SAM Da,^S. B. UUMTLXY,W U. MIOHOLAB,
A.J. DAVUMtOM.MOSBB MOHH1B,
L.11. UBstSHJriKLU. A HIKBHVIBLU
Collections Receive Prompt^Attention.
PurchaseGold and Silver Bui^lion. Gold Dust and Coun^^ty Securities.
InterestAllowed on Deposit^^Left for a SpecIBed Time.
AGeneral Banking Buslnes*^Transacted
ExchangeSold on the Princl^PtJ Cities of Euroo**
FORALL SKIN DISEASES.^^ PORTLAND, OFV C4
K.k. Hals A Co., wbolsasls sad ratal! ssjsnU,
Noticeto Oo-Owners. *
ToA H. Duuylan You ara harahy n-.ilrtw] that^I hava mp^tiidaa ooe bandrad dollars In laSor and^lsQ|^rovatn*tDi^) npon tba hmall IfupM quartz loda^diIdId^ rlalm. sltaalad a^^out two ml Ins naat from^thscMf of II^*l^*na, alao wast of and adjnlnluif^tba Fry liida, ooib In no organised mining dlstrl'-t^la La wis and Clarka ooaaty, Montana territory,^as will sppaar on flit* In tl)^^ offloa of tba racordar^of said oiuaty. la ordar to bold said pr*-uilsaa on^dsr tba prorlafons of aac. 'AS4, ravtev^d statotas of^tbe I'nltad MtaUw, balng tba amount raqulr*fd to^hold th* sama for tba year lHHSt ^nd If wltbln^ninety days after this notice, iou fatl or tefasa to^contribute y nr proportion mi -Id **ipenses as a^UMfwaer, roar Intereet to said Htnsll Hopes loda^c latin will oacome tbe property of the eher-riotr.
WM.H U SCOTT
Hlecs, eerie and Clarke county, and territory^of Montane, January 18, tHBS.
Noticela hereby riven that there will ba a^raeetlnv of the sP cshnldere of tb^ Haa Kl ^ -r^('anal company at th^ law offloa of Aabbora K,^lUr'xxir, Msaonl' Temple, dly of Helena, tarii^tory of Montar a, on Wedaafday, Ket^ uarv VTtb,^A l^ tsjNS, at 4 o'clock p bb of said d y, for tbe^purpose of eabmltttnt: to tbe etorkh'ld're of eald^rotnpftny tbe prop^^ltlr^n of Increasing the capital^stork of said company frf^ni three hundred taoa^sand dollars, divided Into tweaty lve tboueand^shares, to one mlllloa dollara, divided into two^bund ad thousand share^, of tba par value of tve^dollars each.
*NnN M IloLTMH,^HKNHY h KIN,^JOHN U. Mt-tMIYMB.^HKNHY M. PAHCHKN,^h. T. rJAL'HKS,
DatedHelena. M T .January 1Mb. A V im
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ni rj^^. (^rtsai ef
DR3POWELL RBKVBB^and U. BUNTON
Tbefid RellsMe^rtperlatlft of many^vasts* aspertenne^treats with wonderful^snccees all LI' mb^THettAT, CANCIH,^i i u ^ FI8H LA.
}ata or bladrauce^mm tinalneas. Treats^all forme of Throat.^I unK.Ntrve andltlooo^r^leeaeis, all Chronic^dleesee* and IV form-^ltlea farla adranre of^ant lnstltoUon 1^ this^country Those vbo^n^Bteniplala ooln^r u^Hot Surlnaa for tbe^treatment of any Private or Blood dleeaae^caa be cured for one third tbe coat at our Private^l^t^iH^neary
IA HILTC By tils treatment s pure. Lovely^LAIIIC V Complexion, free from aallowneee^fret-ft lee, tTarkhesds, eruptfoaa, etc , Brllllaa^eyes snd perfect health c*a he had
tar-That**Ured ' feallnj: and all femsle weak^neesee promptly cured Bloailne lle^d^rhea, Ner^voos l*roatiatk^nt ttrneral l^abllfty, Hleeplepenesn^I^epreaaloa aad Indlireetloa, Ovarian trouldea^Inflsnimatlon and I 'kartell n Palllns and IHa^plaremitnta, Hi^lnal waakneae, Kidney oomplalnU^aad t'haain* ^! Life. Consult the old Doctor.^ryC Aalfl CI D Acuta St Chronic la^tit ANU U| (lamination of the Rye^lids, or tHohe ancTFar or Near hl^htedneee, Invar^slon of tbe Lids, Scrofulous Kyee, I'kerattoas, In^iammatlooa, A W-*se, lMmneas of Vlskm of one or^Uith eytts sad Tumors of Lid
|sw-|nl1ammallono^ the Kar, I'keratton or Ca^tarrah, Interaal or litarnal Daafnese. or 1'araly^sis, eln^tns; or koarlas; oolaas, i hlrkened Drum,^sS|l
aiTDUnilCIMdlty, Hpermstorrhii-a, Hem^ntllf UUdtnal Loaeea, Mifht Kmldskmr^Lose o* Vital power, Sleepleaaaeaa, Deepondem y^U^saof Memory,Confueloaof Ideas. Blears before^the Kyee, Lassitude, l^niruor, tiloomlneaa, lie^preaefon of Splrlta, AvereToak) society. ISSS Dls^couratfexl. Lack of Coufldeoce, Dull, Llstleaa, I s^fit for Ktudy or Buelneea. aad finds life s burden^Safely, permanently and Privately Cured
moethorrHile In lu raeult nomplet-ly erajlkstet-^wlthout tbe uae of mercury, Scrofula, Kryeli^elks.^Fever a^^ree, Hlotrbaa, Pimples, Dloers, pain lb^the bead a'd tM.n^a, Hyphlllttc More Throat^Mouth and Tongue, Glandular Inlarsament of^the nerk, Kheumatlsm, I 'atarrh. etc., PermanenU)^Cured, when tilhers Have Felled^IIDIfclaBV Kidney and Bladder tr on bias,^UnlHAni Weak Back, Burning Urine, Kre^.|iiency of I rlnatlnK. I rlne lii^h colored or mllkv^seillmitnt on stendlntf. ^k^norrho^a. Gleet, Cysti^^tis, etc , prompUy and safely cured. Ukarirss res^son ^ Me.
Taint,gleet, stricture, seminal emtselons, lues ot^sexual oower, weakness of the aaiual organs,^went of desire la mala or female whether from^Imprndent habits of yosnuor sexual hehlte In mi^lure years, or any ranse that debllltetea theseiual^hatdt In mature yeara, epaadily sad permanentl)^cured.
Conenltatlonfree aad strktlr ronSdentlal^Meilklne sent free from okaervailon to all I arts^of the I'nltad Stataa. ^ orreepondence receive*^prompt attention, No letters answered nnlear^accompanted hy four oasta In stamps Sand tan^caule In ttampe for pam[iblet and list uf questions^upon I'rlvate, Special and Ner roue Diseases, Ham^ln*d weakness, npormauirrhu-a, Impotency, Sypb^tills, Gonorrhoea, Gleet ana Varit m^de
Termsstrictly cash. (-all on or address^DR, FOWELL RE I Vta A i. BUNTON'8^PRIVATE DISPENSARY^Corner of Mala and Wall elreets, opposllaCoa
niopolliaiiH^tel. Helena, Mont.
NoilceIs hereby given that thara will ba a meat^Ins;of the Helena Mlntng and Reduction company^at tba office of the said company, to wit: at tbe^uarlors of the First National Bank of Helena, In^Helena, M. T.. on Wedneaday, the 1.1th day of^Fehruary, A. I^ lHhv, at 4 oVlock, p m. for tba^purpoee of submitting k^ the SMH kholders of eald^corporation a propoaltktn k^ lease a 1 of tha prop*^erty of said Helena Mining snd Reduction com^^pany to tha Helena and Llvlngekm HmelUos and^Kedurtton company for a period of two years or^longer. The property so proposed to tie It
dktlmtly spe^ Ifted as f Hows, to wit:
1.Tbe asM of sac 11. tt^ 7 n, r 4 w, sad five^acres situate In the ee!% of the se)%, sac 2, In the^township and range aforeeald, and being the prop^^erty whereon Is situated the Corhln Concentrator^8 The Alta California Lode Mining claim and^Alia* alifornla mltl elk*, being lota m\ ^nd Mil,^Id tp 7 n, r 4 w. Also faith lode and mill site, u-^ng lots 4J1A and 4*B, In tbe U^wnshlp and range^aforesaid Alao. the Custer k^de and mill site be^^ing respec tively lota 71A aad 71 It, In the kiwnshlp^aa^i range aforesaid. Also, the North I'eclflr IikIs^and mill alte, Itelng lota No. U aad SI. Alao,^Ko me where knle and mill site, t^elng reapectlvely^lots m \ and SHU Also, tbe Alta Brooke lode and^mill site, being rest mm lively lota THA aad ftB-^And, alao. the Grand Father lode and mill alta.^Mai resjMM-tlvel- lots T7A and 7711. snd all of^asld mining (1 alms and mill altea belnn In the^k^wnshl|^ and range aforeeald.
1.The chlorodlalng and anialtraniHtlng worka^aad mill site, being lot No M*. comwntratlng^works mill site, being lot No. Ml: siiieltlsg works^mill site, lot St); mi In township No. 7 north,^range 4 west ; together with the smelting and re^^duction works thereon situated, snd all k*ols, ma^t hlnery, supplies, flxturaa aad personal pro|^erty^thereunto iMtlouglng or used In connection there^^with, and all appurtenances, rlgnts, privileges^and franchises
4.The Comst lode, balrg lot No 40, easterly^10 IVlou acres of lot N--. 4if, all In tp 7 a, r 5 w.^and water right and ditches appurtenant to said^last mentioned tract.
LotNo. 1 In block No. U, In Comet town site,^Jeffereoa county, Montana Territory
Alao,tba rope tramway from tha Comet mine to^the foot of the t omet bill
.One hundred and ten acres la tha nwta of^rec tot. Also, one hundred and sixty In and ad^Joining the sw!e, ot sec 41. AU In tp Mo. 7 s, r^4 w.
ft. Also, tbe Fayette lode, Alpha loda and Kate^lode mining claims In Colorado mining district,^Jefferson county, Montana. Also, tba att of wy4^of f- of w', sec SI. tp B a, r * w, k^geib*r with^the tenements, heredltameata and a|^purteaances.^Including all water righta and water ditches there^unki belouglng All of said foregoing property^Itelng situate in the county of Jefferson and terri^tory of Mwntana and Iwlng or Intended to be all of^the property, real, persona) or mixed belonging ki^said Uelana Mining and Reduction company^U. M. FAHCHKN,^M. K I^OWNH,^M. 11. K K K (^ K,^W. k CI' I.l kn.
(No.2206.J^APPLIOATION SOR A PATKMl.
UH. Lasit um^-B, I^Helena, Montana, December 1HSH. |^Notice la berehy given that James 1*. 1'orier,^Henry W Foute, Thos. Goff and Frank R huaffar,^whoaa postoffice address Is Helena, Montana Ter^^ritory, bare this day filed their application for a
tatentfor fifteen hundred linear feet of tna IHea^au*-toa lode mine or vein hearing gold, etc., with^f .ittie frruund six hundred feet In width,situated^in Helena unorganised mining dlatrk-t, county of^Lewis and Clarka and Terrlk^ry of Montana, aad^dslgnated by the field uotf a and official plat on^file In this office as lot No. ftV, sec, 16. in toe ncblp^lo, n^irth range 4 west of principal baae line and^meridian of Montana Terrlkiry, said lot No SV^being aa follows to wit: Beginning atc^^r. No. 1,^from which the northwest cor. to sac. 1ft, tp l^^,^n r. 4 W. bears N. 41 II W li.mst feet; theme N.^5S' B.l^8faet; tbanca H. . ^ rji K. faet j Uiegc^^M. SS# B l,Jf70 faet; thence H W W. ^R^ feat;^thence N ^S* *. 1,1^W fret: thence N. 2 W, R 44ft^faet to plac** of beginning, centelnlng Hill acraa^The io^ nit ii of tills mine Is recorded In Iba re^^corder's office of Levis aad Clarke county, la^books ^i of lodes. Tha adjoining claimants are^University lode on the north and tbe Good Faith^loda on the weat, both unsurveyad.
a.W. LANGUORNI. Register.^Jnu W. Uddy, attorney for claimants^First puhlkatlon |MS^ mtwr 2.*d, 1HSS
Applioationfor a Patent-
UsitsdHtstss Laau urm x, i^HsLBMA, Montana, V
January1ft, IMS). \^Notice Is hereby aiv*n that Tlotothy Wilcox,^Harrison Aehury, Oliver c Rlakar, Ha B.^Yergy aad William l'lato, whose posbffBos ads^drees Is Helena, M. r., have this day filed SppU^cation for a patent for three hundred ard twenty^acres of tha Placer mine Waring gold,^altuated In unorranlxed mining district, county^of Lewis and Clarke, and territory of Montana,^aud design ted by tba field notee and official plat^oa file la this office as tbe s-, of aertlon '.', la^t ^wnshlp 10, a rang* ft, w. of principal haee line^and mertdan of Montana territory, ^^ ntalnlng BJti^sc as. ^ ba locaj^^B of this mine la recorded la^tba recorder's SBMH of * awls and Clarka county^In book I of h aad I^ Iha adjrdnlng claimants^ara uusnoad
I.W LANGHOHNB, Haglstar.^John W Eddy, attorney for Applicants^First publication Jan. 17
Motioaof Finsvl Proof.
LandOrncs at Usi.sna, M. T , i^January 7tn, 1HHW. f
Noticela hereby given that the following name^l^eertl^ r haa filed notice of his Intention M make^final proof In support of his claim, and that said^proof ^U1 be made t^ef ore tbe register and re^^ceiver, at Helena, Mont, on February U, l*u,^vis' afssfsjs 11 Read, who made preemption D. S.^No IMMb for the dwV aw li sac. tt, tp. ll a, r^S w. lie aamas the following witnesses to provs^bis c^^ntlniioiiB residence upon, and cultivation of^said lead, vis:
JohnHarding, William Reed, Anton Ssymer.^aad Henry Kelly, all of Helen*, Mont.
a.W LANGHOKNK, Hegi'ter.
Applioationfor a Patent.
U.sIan;, umca, I^Helena, Montana, Januarv S, IHhU f^Not*ca Is hereby given that tbt heirs of AnguM^/olier, deceased, by l^*ulse K.dler. adinlnlstratrli,^whose poetoibi t- address la H lena. Montane,^haa thla day (lied appUcatlon fi*r a patent,^under tbe mining laws of CAingreas. for a placer^mli^lng claim designated as lot No. 54, survey No.^m^1. situated In anorijanlsed mining itletrict,Lewis^ana Clarke county, Montana Territory, In settloa^\\ kiwnsblp 10, north raage 4 weat, which claim^la not ot record, and deecrloed as follows In tbe^official plat and field notes on Ilia Id this office:^Beginning at corner No. 1, a limestone lHx7s7 Ina.^and running theuce s- SV' a. i -^' chalae, thence u^SS* a. 2.14 chains, thence a. 4S* a. S.SH chalna,^tbenca ^ WV's S^Ucbalna, thence a. S^V* ^.^1 W chains to corner No S of this survey, the
Noticeof Final Proof.
LaMoOrricBat Hslsna. Mont., t^Jaauary 7, tSSv f^Notice is hereby given that the following named^settler ha* Sled notice of bis Intention k^ make^final woof In support of bis claim, and that said^proof will '^- maiia before tbe reglater and re^^ceiver, at Helena, Mont. on February 11,1HNS, vis:^Noe Parent, who mads homestead applh a I n m^.^.f.i theae. U esc Su, tp. 11 a.,r. S w He^tbe follwwlnir wltneseaa In prove his cob
tlnnousresidence upon, aad cultivation of, asld^land,vis:
HomerKty. David Jehaaon, Kdrnord LaCbap-^pelle and GiNlfrev Laeslle, all of Helena. Mont^H W LANGHORNB, Heguter.
TenderaW sua ted.
Btdswill '* received by tba undersign^ at tbslr^office, at Granite. Montana, up to the first day of^F hruary, Jttnt. for the supply of twenty th- u-and^ffJO.OOO) cords of wood, to he dellvsrati at their mi l^at Kumeey Deer Lodge cosaty. Tbe company re^eerve the right u^ reject any or all bids.
Forfurther Information add re* a
UKANITIMUL'MTAIN MINING OQ
TaostesWsia, baptOranlte, Moat.
aameIwlng ci^rner No. i- of lot No. 47. placer^mining claim of Henry Hay at at from which the^V% eectlt^n corner on east tNJundary of section Is,
township10, north range 4 west 1^ears n Mr ftH* a,^distant Sd.rS chains, thence s. U' 90 w. 3 TV^chains, thence s *Si\* w *t.!Vi chains, thence s 41^w. 8 SU chains, thence s w s.l^chalna k^ the^plare of tteglnnlng, embracing one and eighty six^one hundredth tl.HS) acraa, upon which a notice of^aald application was posted tba 17th day of^Auguel, Isvf. The adjoining dalmanta to tneaa^premlaes are Henry llay at al, placer mlulng^claim lot 47 In said t wnshlp.
s.W. LANGUGRNB, Heglster
t'omlyA Foote, atti^rneya for claimant.
FirstpubllcaUoD, January i. 1SHS.
APPLIOATIONfQH A PATENT.
I'.S I Ann urrua,^Helet.a, M oaten a, November M, ISSS t^Notice Is hereby given that Thomas F Morati^William i, Moraa, Albert P. Moran, Kate Moraa^AnnaMt^ran, Kdward V. Dornen, Anule Durnea,^and Kdward V Moraa, aa association of persons^wbtwe p sUifllce eddreea la Flucar, Montana, bars^this day nied their application for a patent for^one huadred and atity acree of the I'laosr mine,^or vein e^nng gold and firarLsy, altnated fn un^or.-anlsed mlulng dlsirn t, county of Jefferson aad^terrik^ry of Montana, In tp. U, n r 1 w. ot princl^pal ttaee line and meridian of Montana terrlkiry,^aald placer being deslgnAtrd and desert tied by^legal eutMllvlslons as follows sSt seH% aa|%, n%^^^^ % seVa, su nela 9*\t u-% nm\ ael%, nV^ swk^ae^a, cs nw Vt se\%, as nw ^ seH%, ^^ , n*\ *WV ^^^sac. IS, tp V, a, r 1 w.. cobtelnlng ton acraa. The^location of this mine Is recorded in the rerorder'f^offica of Jefferson county la book F of placers,^page MM. The adjoining claimants are unanown^H. W. LANttlloRNK. Register
Firstpublication Nov. *,
Applicationfor a Patent,
U.8. LAMiiOrrn a, Hsi.bna, M. T. I^Novsmber AM, ltSW. f
NoticeIs hereby given that James IV Porter^John H Jurgena, ClaltH^urne F. tiatewtHMt ana^John A Hudson, whoae ptietotflce addraee Is llel^ana, M. T , have tblsday filed their applb atlott far^a patent for ten hundred and nineteen and one^tenth linear feet of the Hell of the Hill lode, mine^or vein tteartng gold, etc., with surface ground^sli hundred fiet in wIdth,situated in t Mtawa unor^gantsed mining district,county of I^wtsand i 'lark**^andterrlkiry i*f Moulana,and designated by the flehl^notes and official plat on file in tills office as lot^numbers 47 and HIS, In township I.', n. ranges ^^and tt w., respectively, of principal base line and^meridian of Moi.tana territory, said lot Nos. 47^and list being aa follows, tewlt: Beginning at^cor. No. 1, lot UJS, from w hit h the northeast cor^^ner to sac ss, tp. lit, n r. H w., heere s. T* 5V a.^ITS faet; thence a ^4* 44 w 6*4 faet; tbenca a. 5S*^IS* a HUH faet, thence n U a. to- faet; thence^n.SO'17 Ml w. 1U1U feet to place ot beginning,^containing la ^^ acraa. The location of this mine^Is recorded la tha recorder's office of Lew in and^Clarke county, n ^ book of lodes. The adjoining^claimants are unknown.
H.W. LANGUGRNK, Register
Jno.W. Bddy attorney for applicant.
Firstpublication November S\ ISSS.
Applioationfor a Patent.
UkitbiiHTATsa Land Omrs, (^Helena, Montana, Jan w, 1HKS. f
NoticeI* hereby given that Harrison Aabury,^William liakt and John 11 Hardwlck, whose post-^office address la Helena, M T., have thla day filed^their application tor a patent for one hundred^and tlfiy-eeven and til loll acres of the plec-er mine^hearing gold, altnated In I nafwaaiaad mining dla^trlrt.t onnties of Lewis aud Clarke and JeftVison.^and Terrlkiry of Montana, and dealgaated by the^field notes and ottlclal plat on tile in this office as^lota num)^er 1 'i and 5, and the % na. 1% of sec^1. In kiwnehtp u n , range .1 w , of principal haee^line and meridian of Montana Territory, ^ ontaln^*nit 157 oi phi acres
Thelocation of this mine Is recorded in tbe re^^corder's office of Ideals and Clarke county In t ^^ok^K of R. and l^. The ad)*dnlng clalmauta are un^^known.
8.W LANKHOHNK, Register.^Issn W. fCnm, atUirney tor applb -tut^First publication Jan. 10, 1WU.
NoticeIs hereby given that a meeting of the^stockholders of the Helena Steam Tower aud^Lighting Ct mpany will tie held in the parlors of^tbe First National Bank In the city of Helena, In^tba county of Lewie and Clarke, Territory of^Montana, on Wedneaday, the slitb day of Kebru^ary, A. D. 1HSS, at 7:^^ o clock p m^ for tha pi
poneof considering and voting upon a proposl^Uon to Increase the capital stock of the company^from the sum of fifty thousand dollars t . it ^ sum
ofone hundred thousand dollars All ek^ckhold^era are reuueeted to be preeant In person or hy^proxy.
LW KM'.II i
NoticeIs hereby given that there will tie a^meeting ^il tbe stockholders of tbe Helena aad^Rlmlnl Mining Com p any Lat the office of the sal'I^company, to wit, at tbe office of the ^ M Hotter^Hardware Company In the city of Helena, Mon^^tana, on Monday, the 2Mh day of February, ISHS,^at S o'clock p. m., for tha purpose of aubmlttlng^ta the stocktioldera of said corporation, a propo^^sitions leaae and eell all or a iKirtlon- f the^property of the satd Helena and Iflmlnl Mining^Company k^ tt^e 1. B. Public hanipling Company,^or k^ eome other ^ ompanv or per on. one ^earor^lass Haid lease to provide for tbe privilege, en^the part of tbe kseee, to purchase eald property^or a port im, thereof during the teim of said lease.^Tbe property so supposed to he leased, with prlv^liege of aale, Is In the ^ oaati of l^wlsand Clarke.^Terrlbiry of Montana, atid Is distinctly specified^aa follows k^-wit: Beginning at a ^taka art on^ttie stiuth boundary of tba nortbvaat ijuarter of^of the northeast uuarfer of section number twen^ty three of township number tea north of range^number four weat of tbe principal baae line and^meridian of Montana Territory, and which stake^bears south rt^ H eaat S.HM chains illstant aleng^eald south boundary from tha southeast corner^of said forty acre tract, aald southeast corner^l*etng marked hy a stake on the eaat boundary of^said section mi in tier twenty three whkb hears^south 0 8^ east distant *J SH chains from tbe^orfg'nal turner ki sections nunj)^ered thirteen,^fourteen, twenty-three and twenty four, which Is^marked by a granite atone with three nokheaon^tbe south edge, wltb pits and mound; thence run^nlng south hi* ir, west i i si chains tlons said^aouth boundary of said forty acre tract to a stake
atthe south west ^ or ner of the name, the tire
north'i.Vt west 7 Vtt^ halns aleng tba west hound^ary of said forty acre tract to a ateks marked ae^the nortbweat corner of ttila lot. tPence aoath V*^Ji east .t^fi chains; iben^^* south VP east 157^chains; thane* eootb ^**sry east .71* chains^tbenreaouthR7 fsV eaat
K.SBchains; thence south ftS'M) . eaat^1 r^7 chains; theme south Kl HI east I '.7 chains^thence south til IJ east I V4 chalna; thence south^Srsr aaet .71* chains; thence south SI '^i east I.^SI^^ halns; tbsnca south Wi east HI chains the-ca^south S4^ieV eaat 1.W chains^point of lieglunlnB. Tba premises hereby c^^n^veyed containing 4 Ul scraa, n ore or leas. The^whole boundary from the northwest corner of^said lot to the point of heirlantng, having bean^laid out by offsets two hundred feat dletan' from^the canter of iba Northern Pacific railroad tra* L;^aava and except so mu^ h of said property as was^conveyed hy Alfred M. Ssl*^r and Ophelia Baler,^bis wife, to tbe Mon ana Central Rallwa'- Com^paay for right of way purposes, by deed dated^August W, A- D lSbd, said exreptac portion cob-^telnlng 1 ^^'^ acres.
haloproperty so proposed to be leased and sold^being tna same whereon la situated the Ksl r^Coa^ ^^ntrek-r hald aale and leaaeto laclude con^en^trator and all other buildings and Improvemsnte^upon said property, together with all tenement*,^hereilltamer-its and apioir eaaDcaa thereuato ba^longing, Including all fianchtsee and privilege*.
t.T 11A U KB K,^A M. mol1 KR,^A. M BHLKH,^KR\Ncls POI'K,^It H HALS',^W. K KHBHBHICK,^Trustees.
ToBowen : You are hereby notified that I^have eipended two hundred dollara to labor aad^Improvement* upon tbe Lizzie quarts lode, situ a^ted about two thousand feet northwest of ihs Lit^^tle Kmuta uuartz lode mining claim, near Jackson^creek and tne Br ndon ipiertx lode, altuated etiout^one half mile nt^rthea*lof the Little Smmauuartx^loda mining claim and a^*out two tbouaanrl feet^north of J ickeon rraeli, with the Humner h^le on^the east and tha ' Ir.sie lode on tbe west, holh In^ne orga' Isad mining district, In JeBereon county,^Montana territory as will appear by certificate oa^file la tha offloa of the r*rord^r of aald roaaty, la^order ki h^dd said piemtees uader the orovlslons^of Sac. 'SN, revised statutes of tbe I nil d Mates,^being tbe amouat r^ rjulred k^ hold the aame for^the yesr and If within ninety days after this^aotka you fall, or refuse to contribute tour pro^portion of aueb expenditure as a co owner, your^Interest in said Llxxls and Brandon lode claims^will become the property of tb^- sajM fiber.
Helena,Lewis and Clarke county, aad.tarrltory^of Montar.a, Jan Kin, IHMl
ToCharles Whiter tnb aad U B. Davla: sob^are hereby aotlded that I hava aspendad ona^huadred dollars in labor and Improvements upon^tba Ylrgtnloa quarti lode, situated In Lewi* and^Clarke couaty, Montana TsrrlUjry, In Ht mpls^fuaorganlserl) mtalr.g dlstrb t, and Is hounded on^the east by tha Cleveland lode aad oa tha weat by^tbaComsiock aad tsrusha lodea. In order to bold^s P! premises under tbe provisions of aerttoB^*.t*t Revised Htatutes of tbe Lnltad states, balag^the amount required to ho d the sama for the year^ISSS, and If within ninety days after thla aotlce^you full k- f-r refuse to coatrlb it* your propor^^tion of such expenditure as a co-owner, your In^tereat in said \ tiglnl s l^*^la claim will eecoms^tba property uf this sibacrltier.
atansvllla,Lewis aad Clarke county, Jan. Sd.
LENOIRHOUSE^Steam Haat.^cor Mala M aad Helena av , Hsleaa, Montaaa. Bvery room a Arst-clsas front room
PAClFtOHOTEL Btsam Haat.^Vain street, Helena, Montana, Business center of the city. First class AU street cars paai^tbs abo\e houses. Many restauianta In rloas proximity at all prlcea Rooms 5oc. 78c. $100, Bait^%l.M -ter day according to location Hpeclal weekly ratesft O. LKNtUR f*rop bout
Underthe Laws of Montana.
Totake place Publicly in the Court Hoouse, at Billings, Montana,^Monday, April 15, 1889.
Fihitl'sjXB The well known and popular
Valusdat$dt,nitONOTK A Warranty Dead for tha Hotel and Rsaldascaa. free from aay aad 'all^Incuuitiraru ea, has liesn place.) on deuoalt in the First National Hank of Hillings, to ba delivered to^ths persons holding the Imky numbers on the day of drawing. H ii MIND, t'aahlar,
uoldiiaM. Asst. Casatar.
SECONDPRIZE^A Two-Story Residence Valued at $5,000.^THIRD PRIZE^On^ Steinway Grand Piano Valued at $1,ooo.
...1,000. . 1,000^...1,000^...1,000^... 600
AggregatePrizes, $75,000. 15,000 tickets at $5 each
NH. The President of he legislative cousr.ll, the Hpeakar of tha House of Repreeentetl-/ee, aad^athlrtl person to )^*- selected hy iha vote si those ticket holders praaaat at tha drawing will
Agents*antedIn svary town In ths Tarrttory, at ito..d ^ om missions. Addrass all Commualcatloaa to
J.J. N1CKEY, Box 178, Billings, Montana.
(Hnccaasorto Johnson .V King.)
Haoksjrurtilsh-pd for Weddings,^Funerals, Balls, Bco, at Reason^^able Rates.
Baffffaffetimnefarrsxito and from^sll trnlns to all parts of tbe olty.^OH AM F STUART Prop.
OflW'rtiiand Ct ntriil llut.-l. T^*l^-ptif^in*^206.
DR.LIEBIG Si CO.
R.S. HALE ^ CO.
IOVN. malnl Nraet, 'Moltar BlorM,^Hooma 11 to If, April U to HO, I SStt.
Dr.Lalhlg A Co., speclallsta for aJi| dlseaaae ot^men, however Induced, and no matter bow In vet^^rata; an as ally, tborongbly and parmanently^cured. (Went cases radl^ ally cured in a few days^DUrdneee of tka head. Weekn*ee of advancing
Jears,and all '*relaxea, languid exhausted^ con-^ISHSS of tha vital forces, speadtly cured. Thor^^ough aiamlnatlon. including aualyala and micro^scoptcal aiamlnatlon of urine,The reaaon
tkousandacannot gat cured of seminal weakneea,^spermatorrhea, loss of manhood, and other cum*^plaints resulting from follies of youth, or axr-eee^of maturity, la to a complication called proslator-^rdea.or hypsraathesla,wltlrh requires special treaP^aient. Dr I^eltdg's fnvlgorator numtter one. fa^tha only cure for the former trouble, and number^two la tha only known remedy for Uis complica^^tion above named rrfavtalorrbea. 1'rlceof either^lnvlgorator Sg (Kl per t*ottle, or six bottles for $1^^^A two dollar ttottle sent free on application U^^prove the woaderful power of this great remedy^H rongaat alec trie belts free to patients Call or^a^ldreas,
'I.IKItIKDlHl'lNSART,^^SMJOasjn street. Man Francisco. Cal.
I.a-liesand (leatlemen s advanced class Mon^^day s van log.
Ladle*sad tlenUsmt-m's Neglnner s class^Wednesday evening at k o clock.
Children'sclass Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
PrivateLessons given at say time.
Hallcan be ranted for balls and partial.
AHnBMBLYHALL, (1 lAJMTi ttLOCK
WagonSheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentydifferent styles of Window Awnings^sad tha latest Improved fixtures for banting.
Canvasof all kinds and widths from sT^ Inches^wide to 140 lacbas wide always In stock,
Thalataat Improved Camp Goods^MAIM STHSBT, ....
DealersIn Patent Medicines, Fancy Toilet^^oH.de, Lantern I-amps and Lamp Goods, Glaas,^Paints, Otis, etc. surgical Instruments, Crutehee,^Hracee, etc Wholesale ageate for Cnro for^Coughs and Colds, kirk a Pile Ointment, Witches^AttfitLodium, Hosanko Medicines, Dr. Kilmer's^Kemedv, Dandelion Tonic, Oregoa Kidney Taa,^Dutard's Specific.
jLfrA guaranteed cure for all serveua dla-^al^#bt eaaea, such as Weak Memory, Loss of^P^sa^ .araaa Power. Hysteria. Ueadat fcs. Pain^^weMaMBfiB the Hack, Nervosa Proatratlon.Wsks-^fulness, l.em nrrlm-a, i nlversa! Laeeltnda. Semi^^nal Weakneea, im potency aad general loss of^power of the Generative Organs^la either Sex,^caused by IndlacrattoB or over exertion, and which^ultimately lead to Prematura Old Age, laaanltr^and Consumption. SI a box or six boxaa for $5^Sent by mall on receipt of price. Poll particulars^In pamphlet, sent free to every appllcaat.
WaGnaraatee Six Hoxaa^to cure aay case. For every $5 order re^^ceived, wa send six boxaa, with a written^guarantee to refund the money If oar^Bpadflc does not effect a cure. Address^all communications to tha Sola Manufac^^turers- TI1K Ml KKAY MKDIC1NK CO..
KansasCity, Mo.^For sals In Helena by H. M. Paschbh A Co.
B.Q. DUN Is 00.,
Forthe protection and promotion of trade
EstablishedIn 1841 ^110 Offloas.
UnitbdStates, Canada amd Kubupi.
Msnaffr of the Montana District,
R.T. GAINES : HELENA.
MTl.v comer nth avenue and Main Street