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Recent Developments in the KENWOOD district, comprising the Bradford,
Brooke and Syndicate Additions to Helena, make the above statement almost I
But there are other features of this part of Helena that out
weigh the probability of finding gold in paying quantities, and
those are the freedom from smoke and dust that
I - KENWOOD
Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service,, insur
ing purity and freshness, the fine view, the rich soil, school facil
ities, street car service, good drives and numerous other advantages.
Prices are now reasonable, and the present is the time to buy. My list com
prises many very choice locations.
214, 215, 216, POWERBUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA,
214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA.
FABULOUS WEALTII BURIED.
Sixty Millioas Said to Be Hidden Near
WARRENsniRG, Mo., Aug. 13.-For the last
century there has not a decade passed with
out some one making an attempt to find a
large sum of money that is said to have
been buried five miles south of here. This
sum, more than $60,000,000, was buried by
the French in 1783, and since that time
thousands of dollars have been spent by
sober-minded men in search of the hidden
treasure. T. N. Williams, who owned the
farm five years ago, mortgaged it for a large
sam of money and spent every dollar of it
in digging and searching for the money,
which is supposed to be in gold coin. The
farm next fell into the hands of H. A. Gren
ning, an influential merchant of this
city, and others continued the search
for a short time, but for the
last three years nothing has been
said about the matter until J. U. Gaty, an
insurance agent formerly of this place, but
now of Arkansas, met J. H. Gordon of St.
Louis and gave him the above facts.
Gordon consulted a lady clairvoyant in
St. Louis and about three months ago he
came here and got a permit from Greening
to search on his place for the money. Af
ter spending a week and a considerable
sum of money, he returned and was not
again heard from until this morning, when
he and the lady clairvoyant whom he had
previously consulted. registered at the St.
Cloud Hotel. The clairvoyant says she can
locate the place where the treasuhe is hid
den when taken to the farm. A thorough
search will be made again. Many of the
old settlers of the county firmly believe
that the money is hidden somewhere on
Pleasant journeys can always be had via
the Wisconsin Central line. The employes
are courteous and obliging, the sleeping and
dining cars and day coaches are peers of
any in the northwest. The leaving hours
at princiral terminal points are convon
ient, and the depots are centrally located.
Altogether it is the most desirable route in
either direction between Mt. Paul, Minne
apolis, Ashland and Duluth and Milwaukee
and Chicago. Try it and be convinced.
What a Noted Physician Says.
CHacAoo, Jan. 31, 1888.
W. P. Wisdom
Dear iir-As you iequested I have exam
ined the formula of your toilet preparation
called "Robertine." I can assure yon that
the ingredients are both bland and harm
less, and that the compound w ould form an
exeelleon application In irritated condi
tions of the skin. Yours truly,
AnITHR DEAN ]BEVAN, M. D.
Professor of Anatoimy, Itush Medical Col
legeand P. A. Surgeon, U. S M. H. S.
O. K. T.--Hsnest Resalts.--O. K. T.
Many of the pioneers of )Or.gon and
Washington have cheerfully testified to the
wonde:ful curative properties of the cele
brated Oregon Kidney Tea. Purely vege
table and pleasant to the taste and can ihe
taken by the youngest child or most deli
cate female. O. K. '. is a never failing
remedy for pains in the back and loins.
non retention of urine, scalding or burning
sensation while urinating, mucous dis
charges and all kidney troubles of either
sex. $1 at all drugists.
Exrursion Rates to California.
On the 15th of each month the Northern
Pacitc railroad will sell round-trip tickets
to California points as follows:
IHelena to tan Francisco and retun, go
inr via Portland and returning same way,
To San Francisco, going via Portland and
returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, $.I0.
'To Los Angeles, going and returning via
Pu tland, entering San Francisco in one
direction either going or returning, $89.
'1o Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco, and returning same route,
To Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Fl annisco, returning via Sacramento
and Ogden, $919.50.
Tickets will be limited for sixty days for
going passaue, with i setun at any time with.
in the final limit of six months.
A. D. IEviaur , Gen. Agt., Helena, Mont.
Caus. ..F. , Q. e. 'l.A., st.Paul, Minn.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 500 and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
LOUISVILLE, KY. N.W YORK, N.Y.
Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel
ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv
ingston, Billings, Miles City and
Glendive, and all points
EAST AND WEST.
There is nothing better than the rervice on
The Dining Gar Line.
through Pullman filrerin ('tare and Fornmihed
Tourint ialenpora ilaiy be'wenn points in
ST. PAUL, 'I lAPOLIS & CHIICAGO.
I ac'l ('eoast T ains t 'as- ing tirough VMinn'rPnt
N;iih Dakota, M1ont-na, Idaho. ()rEonr ard
. athinxtton, carry co mplota ctanprnenut iof
PU;LLtMAN PALACE t'L.,EPING CAli-,
F1111Y & ;iiCt :(INi U LASS COAC' iHE.
PULLMAN 'l otlts'r AND
kREE COI.iONIAL HIEEtA EIRR
& ILl.GANT 1)ININ(G CARlB.
ThrtOUGH 'T'ICKETl' a rt old at all counon
lfircesof tha No'-!lr n Pacific I. It., tJ t(oil a
North, ho.t. bolh a;td West in the United
Ctales and (Cnanla.
TIME AO. HDIlTtLE.
In effect on and aftIr Hunday, March 29, 1891.
T]AIOSI AJlIS i AT iEI.rILA.
No. i, Prific ,,iaii, wtat Lni nd ....... 1:3;p. a
No.2, Atlantic mail. sat hud ....... ..10:40 p. Y
No. 5. logan and Iloena Pmeaongor.
connectinl at Logan with train A.o.
3. Pacific l.prena, wast iund ....... I:0 a.
No. A, llina.ul:o and Iluttw Eoreae. ...1 :)O p. am
No. R. Mnrysvill, ptaarg!ar. ......... 1:10 al
No. 10, Mo tiilc , aicb i llrtlridation.. G:31 . s
No. 1'2. Itiniti il od, Mondayas, Wed
nntllday and F rity .................. :00 D.
No. t, Wickel , BoldeIar and Elkhorn
pan.engoer ................... ........10:2 a. m
TIl'i N4 i DtrARIT FROM3# HKINA.
No. 1, cifiter Mail, aot tLool. ........ 1:50 p.
ENo. 2, Atlnutic Mall. lr.t Luold ..... 10U:5.* . a
Nau. G, it i annoid LnIan panocnnr.
conlerotirg wlith tralin No.4 at I..gai,
Atlantic encrete, allt ound .... 4:O0 p m
No. 5, Milsoulla and ullste t.xprors..... ':0)l a. n
No. 7, Marsville Ia..rnigr. .......... . li5
No. It. Maryvillo arconillatin ..... 8:00 p. .
No. &.l. iieiai cixed, Mondaye, WeAl-
norrlln· and Fridas.......... . 8:15 a. in
Ne. Il, iyirkLo, IBoulder and Elkhbrni
Pa.acn;ar r. . . . ...... ..s7
For ate., maps, linse tablne ir li.,ci :l ,air
matio., atIpl to any agent of lhbe orhluai ['a"
ciai n. ... nr to
A. D. EDGAIR. (an'l l'an. A T. A t.,
tisrtiral Agent. bT. PAUL. MINN
Cor. Mi in Gtran its.. iins. .atll.
NOTICE OF AI'PLICATION TO CUT TI MBER.
Notice is hereby given that in aroordance
with the provisions of the rules and regulations
prescribed by the honorable nocretary of the in
terior. on May 51hi. Ibl. at the expiration of
twenty-one doave from the irst publication of this
notice, the una&oreigned. ('harles W. Toole, whose
put-t.fir address is Wallac, Shoshone county,
daho, will make written application to the
honorable secretary of the interior for authority
to utand remove timber for merclhandise and
sale from the following unrnoveyed and unap
propriated plbiie !ande of the United btares sit
aated in Mcisoula county. Montana, and de
scribed as follows :
Tract No. 1, beginning at a point on the north
bank of the Kooenpai river one mile below the
"lig Benad" of the ame,. and the same dlitanoe
west of the month of i' iher creek: thence run
ning west along said north bank following the
bands aId curvee of same for about four miles to
the month of Btiiny creek: thenc north oile-hatf
mile ((,) to northwelt, ciorner; thence e:Lt along
the top of the firet hills or blutee fo;r miles;
thence south one-half mile (.st to the place of
beginning, cemprlsing about twelve hundred
(1,200) acres, and containing five hundred thou
osnd (500,00) feet of pine timtbor, ant oue nun
dred thonsand (1002,30) feet of fir and talarack
timber. The land in this tract is roogh and
broken; the soil rocky and sandy, unfit for culti
vation or grazing porpoiss.
Tract No. 2. beinionag at a point on the north
hank of the Ktotanai river one-half o ,C) mile
below, or west of the mouth of Rainy creelk,
whieh is abo:t four miltes below or wuet of the
month ef hisher creek, which is at thle bid bend
of the Kootenai river; thence from maid initial
point went along the north bank of the Kootenri
river a dist,.n e of two and one-half (2/,) miles
to a poin ooe-quart-r of a mile west of where
the point of the monnntain rtne south to the river
hank: thence nort ones0 uarter ,ot a mile (la);
thence w1ot one-half a mile; hbruce north ono
quarter of a mile; thence weast. three 3 miles to
a point one-half (4) mile eset of Pit e creek and
one-half mils north of the month o, the, sie;
thence north one (1t mile: thenco east six and
one-half (li t miles on a line parallel with the
Kootonal river and two miles (l) north of the
eume to .rainy creek; thence south to the south
east corner, the place or beginning. (Containing
a:eoot sit thousand (.Ol0) art es. anod containing
aboult 0ve million (52.0i0.tb) feet of pine timber;
ahtoutonn million (1,000.0001 feet of tamarack
timber, and about one laadrrd thnusanl (100.
000) feet of fir timber. the land itn thlis tract
No. 2. is rocky, aeady and steite, nafit for culti
vation or for grazi.g purpoaes.
' tacrt No. 3. boainin; at o point on the north
bank of the Koteonrai riter one-half (/,) mile be'
low or weet of the mot th of 'ips creek; thonoe
running weol along the 'ti' norith bank follow
ing the ba nds and mrIes Crf the samne for a dis
tarr e of eight moilet to the head of or east end
of the Knotenoai folio, th.encer north osin-quartter
(lI of a ri': titerince 'a t eight tiltee on a line
parallel with the Kootenai river anti one- quarter
of a nile ncr'h el rtme to the lortheset corner;
thence roeth oar-qncrter (bt) f a mile to the
euatheast errner, the rplace of boioning;: Iom
prising about rntr:eno hundred (1,300t acres; and
contaieig; about one niillio, (1 O00,(A0) foot of
IOns tilabhr, tvn, hnntirel. thooranl t,¢.0 00; feet
of tamarvek tirrber, and one hundred thouoand
100,0EC) feot of fir timber. 'Il'o land in this
tract it rocky. hrken ani monntaona;: the soil
is rocky and candy, and nufit for oultivation or
L:oferene ie hereby made to plat filed in the
ideutitiying and tholu nn a noro funircular do
ncription of tho locality of thi land nd sin which
this privilege is .coge to Isb obbtailurd.
'tho total area ot thn abo.e dn,'cr:t .dI tracts in
abont 8,t50 acrcs, and it is eat;mat~li that thorn
in growing th re-. about 6,tLtU00 ll ot of pins
timbor, abolt 1,E00,000 fot, of tamarack noi
about 200.l0s fest of fir, which it in desired to
cuhe charactr of the lands upon which all of
thes aove.named timber is growing i- rough,
broken and mountainon': the soil is rocky, sandy
and bioksn, unht fur cultivatton or grazing per.
poses, and nonr-minuorl in 'hara.ter.
'The purpose for which the tint,er is to ho ent
and ued is ifr Iho mrnufat.tnur of lumoner,
shingles and other mnrchlanlals lumber, to be
nsed for miing. ,building and iother usual andti
C .W. TOOLE.
In acrordance with th- rrovisions of soction
h, of tl.: not of alarh .u, loI. Lad uiindor the
Frnes and regulations of May 5, 1~91. , the
nldersigned, hereby give noti.,e hat at tht xpi
ration of twnsnty-one da.. fenm the hrst nIbllca
lion of this nUotice. I will m.ia writ,, t Dopy na
tion to thz honorable secretary of Iho Interiotr tor
authority tocnta atl re.nl, s ll the erlainotable
saw logs, white and ned pin,. on the followinl
Tle land l.iuot nnni;eyred, hot corn m onl:lsgat
what will I, thil nontll.ne utirn"r o ne.-lion 21.
township 4 north, ol ra.o:n No. 4 mit,, when
eor.eyou: ruonning thbenca east tl.ree Inn ts. thesnc
north .lis mitel. thencry --u.t thrie ltollt, tLenon
noet h n ie nulds to planes iet l;inting 'oni.l.trling
ar:tione 21, Z ainl 2.. t thun si.ul lownship, and
containing ninetoeen hunlldred ad twenty t,9100)
baid land having thereon sahot rIx hbndre.
thousasnd feet of wliioe and re.l piie in at.mu
etal qeantits. thal I laud bein:g nn. tntnral
roulgh and steg and rot lit for agritli ori piur
pinnon, and is lualte in the souuty of lcaiedher in
ihi tatte ot Mountana.
arted A!ni. 4. 1,J1.
I"Ir. pabli mm des. L
Will By a Pair of laies' Extra Fine hoes
THIS WEEK ONLY.
THE NEW ENGLAND SHOE STORE,
I I SOUTH MAIN STREET, HELENA,
Have placed on sale several new makes of Ladies' Fine
Shoes, ranging in price from $3.00 to $5.00, and being de
sirous of introducing them and their superiority over all
others of equal price, as to Fit, Style and Durability, will
for one week sell any and all at
a pair. The quality is fine Dongola Kid, McKey sewed,
hand sewed turn, hand welt, and flexible soles with tack
less innersoles. The styles are Common Sense, Half Common
Sense, Opera last, with patent tips, fine cloth tips, lace and
button. Remember they are all new, fresh, desirable goods,
just from the factory, of which our regular retail price will
be from $3.00 to $5.00,
BUT WILL PUT THEM ALL IN FOR ONE
WEEK ONLY, JUST TO INTRODUCE
$ 2.50 T PTIR