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Ex6eeent Prospect That Two Big
r Companies Will Soon be at
Some of the More Prominent Prop
ertles Touched Upon by
an Old Miner.
The Good Work Beleg Doev by the Mao'
People-The Schafer Lead-The
Black Alder and Rowe.
For some menthe.past negotiations have
been in progress looking to the resumptipn
of workon the famous producer of the days
gone by-the Whitlatoh Union mine at
Unionville. Several weeks since it was
confdently asserted that arrangements
were about completed for the sale and
transfer of a group of properties, chief of
which was the claim discovered almost
thirty years ago by the late "Jim" Whit
latch, to which he gave his own name, to a
company of oapitalists, the moving spirit
of which was Michael Cooney. Then
a hitch occurred, and it was
loudly hinted on the streets and in the
hotel corridors that the aforesaid company
had concluded to commence work on ser.
oral claims contiguoste the "Whitlateb,"
(but not including the Union), the old
National MiningR pany, with headquar
ters in New York, lsaving determined to re
same operations on their property. Just
what the peculiar turn of affairs was that
led to this sadden awakening of the long
dormant energies of the company repre
sented by S. J. Jones, seemed for a time to
be one of those things no one could fathom.
In the light of later developments, how
ever, it would seem that if certein' vague
and withal guarded hints were fdllowed to
their source, the real oause of the long
abandonment of one of Montana's richest
gold mines would be found to have resulted
from one of those reprehensible schemes
which only too frequently have been at the
bottom of the closing down of some of the
best mines of this and other communities,
with the resultant aspect of tumble-down
villages and deserted camps. With two
companies operating within four miles of
Hielen, an era of prosperity would dawn
upon the eity the like of which has not
been witnessed since the stamps at Union
ville were "hung up," years ago.
"The flattering success that has attended
the development of the MaO mine, lying a
short distance north of the Whitlatch
Union, is one of the most promising signs
of the times. It has had a wonderful effect
in stimulating prospecting and develop
ment work in all that region of rich gold
quartz. The second rim of rook in the
Constans will exceed the first, and now
comes the report that the third rim has
been even better than the second. The ex
act figures of the diferent rime
of ore are not at hand, but
the report comes in a pretty direct way that
the second vein cleaned up about $12 per
ton, and the third about 50 per cent. better.
At present the mine is being worked day
and night with two shifts of men. Between
the runs of quartz from the Mac lead the
mill men have sandwiched a trial run from
a lead lying near Nelson gulch, belonging
to Eugene Jeifries, and on which the Mae 1
company have an option. The experimental I
run is understood to have been satisfactory.
The Constans mill at Park City, in 4
which the reek from the Mac ,lead and
other mines has been crushed, is now being
taken down, preparatory to being set up at
a point in Grizzly gulch, in Park City,
where it will be more accessible from all
the different leads in the camp. More
stamps are also to be added, as its capao
ity es inadequate for handling the increas
ing quantities of quartz lately
raised to the surface in developing a
limited number of the locations within a
radius of half a mile of the mill.
The mill has for some time been operated 4
by the owners of the Mac mine, who have a
bond on the ,ead belonging to Eugene I
Jeffrie0, with the privilege of milling all the r
quartz taken from the location during the
next eight months. This, with the look
produced by the Mae lead, has exceeded the
capacity of the mill, hence the necessity for
the additional stamps. With twenty stamps 1
dropping day night it is believed that the
mill will be able to handle the output of the
eamp for some time.
West of Park City. on Nelson gulch, is
situated the Shober lead. The quartz from
this mine is among the richest in this dis- i
triet of rich gold propositions. For years 7
it has been the practice of prospectors,
having been out rustling all asummer un
successfully, to extract quartz from the
Shober during the winter and have it milled
in the spring, which would in- I
variably "stake" . the toys for an- J
other tussle with fickle iortune. The
only drawback to the continuous working
of the Shober is the pinched condition of
the vein, four to twelve inches being the. j
width of it, but the quartz is free milling, f
and runs away up in gold. It has often j
been wondered at that some company has I
not prosecuted the seareh for the mother
lode, the Shober being admittedly but a
"stringer" from some bonanza that is be
lieved to existnear by, but evidently being
a "blind" lead. It was in Nelson gulch, N
below the Shober lead, that the famous 0
"Nelson gulch nugget" was found years J
ago, when Nelson gulch was mined from one J
end to the other by the placer miners. It
was one of the richest gulches in this see
On upper Oro Fine mlch, about one mile s
south of the Whitlaeh Union, and running
parallel with the latter, the Mac, Ohio,
Daylight, McIntyre, Pedro and others, is
the Plack Alder, which at one time created
quite a furore in mining circles in this vi
cinity. At the outcrop it showed a large
and well-defined rein running high in gold,
with quite a percentage in silver. But as
depth was gained water was encountered in
sonsiderable quantity, caused by the pecu- j
liar position of the vein (the vein occupy
ing a sag in the mountain, thus formming a I
natural drain), which discouraged the own
ars, and the writer remembers distinctly
that the company, several of the mem
bers not being miners, could
not agree upon any plan or method of
operating the mine, which was thereupon
closed down and has remained closedto I
this day. The company thought enough of
the property, however, to have it patented.
Henry P. Constans and others some years
ago claimed to have found an extension of
the Black Alder on the west, near Grizzley
gulch, but nothing has been heard of it
In close proximity to the Pedro mine,
formerly operated with good results by B. 1
H.. Tatem, but which was shut down
in consequence of the pumping facilities
proving inadequate to cope with the large
volume of water encountered in the deeper
workings of the mine, is situated the Howe
lead, owned by E. I. Wiikinkion and his
sons. This minewas never developed to
any extent, not being quite up to the aver
age of the camp in its output,
though it wonla undoubtedly. pay
at the present day with modern
facilities for handling and treating all
kinds of ores. Then, too, as all elaims thus
far opened in the vicinity have proved to
be capable of producing good profits after
mining and milling expenses have been de
duocted, there is no good reason to doubt
that the Howe would be one more dividend
paying mine added to the list if properly
developed. The property has long since
been patented. A notable feature is the
fast that the surface ground of the Howe
and eontiguous claims, such as the Golden
and others, whose names have been forgot
ten, hs been verified to be good placer
ground. Recently some parties, not cog
ninant of the fact that the ground was pat
ented, have staked off locations at random,
some of whom will have their labor for
Contiguons to Park City are a number of
locations, some of which in the early days
were producers of wealth, furnishing em
ployigent to scores of miners, but which
have of late years been as silent as the
nine of Thbe. Among them may be
w n e ew ears . it to are rateo
tbety ot,00 tabitants. ? . .
Woolen hose for ladle and chldrea f 350 at
e/tee Hio in te eree.p.
c It ;aowasemewn tat usy beLa
orotry of Btste otwitt alnshele that
wonld inoat elk and mose, Sept. 15 to Jan.
1901. Hrali tfor t it ns only, for marken
or for sale, and ndin prhibited. No
eer aee rroand heir t
Woolen hses for ladies and echldren o aipto at
Tle Dee Hive.
Ohe, marn ame Law. to Aril
e.Gretary of tall kinotwids frnishea the
"Deer, eantlopes and, montan tridep, ton
tan oat Ds elk and moose, SeAupt. 15 to Jan.
15. iSon and insveroua birds proteted ;ntl
1901. Hunting for ekins only, for market
or orness and oanding those of alld. No
lose seroteoted for bearnd line and snipe.ar
Ottershin allarowedns and stime, Oct. 1 to Ahpril
1. bited; the ouse of kind, sa hens, ool
hens. pheasants and partridges. Aug. 15 to
Nov. 15. Dacks and eese, Aug. 15 to May
. ong and ine, trap, etrou birds prtected."
their neste and eggs, and those of all game
birds protected. Hook and line and spear
ftshing allowed at an, time, but catching
speoked or mountain trout for profit pro
hibited; the use of explosives, poisonous
drugs and nets, traps, etc., prohibited."
Blne poiat, Roekaways and little neek
clams on hati shell at Helena Cafe.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN.
The supreme sourt will be in session at
10 a. m. to-day.
A meeting of the Helena Board of Trade
has been called for this evening to attend
to some general business.
The Ladies' Auxiliary society of Temple
Emanu-El will hold a meeting at 8 p. m.
to-day at 122 Fifth avenue.
The preliminary examination of Michael
Dooney who shot John Miller, a teamster,
Saturday morning, will be' held in Justice
Fleisoher's coors at 3 p. m. to-day.
Goy. Toole has been requested to appoint
ten delegates from Montana to attend the
mining eongress which is to be held at
Denver November 18, 19 and 20. Mayor
Kleinsohmidt is to appoint three delegates
Manager Remington, of Ming's Opera
house, is assisting the polier and the Catho
lie Literary and Dramatic society in the
preparation of a programme for Officer
Grogan's benefit on Ootober 24. The sale
of tickets for the benefit now amounts to
I will sell a lot of dry goods and fancy
goods to the highest bidder every Tuesday
and Friday from one to four p. m. at the
Novelty block. Sale commences Friday,
the 16th. M. LISNExa.
Men's winter underwear Is now in at The Bee
Hive, and prices are lower than ever. Can suit
eveone. Heavy weights from $1 per suit up
_ _ _ _ _ _i
David G. Browne, of Fort Benton is in
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pope returned from
New York city last night.
Mr. J. W. Scully, of The Helena, hai
returned from an eastern trip.
Ben D. Gardner, assessor of Meagher
county, is in Helena on a business trip.
City Treasurer Jacobs, of Butte, hat
been in Helena for a few days on a visit t(
Frank B. Rose, traveling passenger agen1
of the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas City roas
is in the city.
Tom MoTague, the celebrated boomer o:
Deer Lodge, is in town, and expects tc
leave to-morrow and take the capital with
Charles Getohell, M. H. Bryan and W. J
McHaffie, started for Townsend yesterda]
on a huonting trip. They are expected home
to-day with plenty of game.
George W. Abbott, business manager ol
of Noss Jollities and Charles R. De Wolfe
of the Original New Orleans U. T. C., are
in the city. Noses Jollities will appear al
Ming's Oct. 28 and 29, and Mr. De Wolfe',
company on Oct. 25 and 27.
Arrivals at The Helesna
W. H. H. Houston, Mis- Louis Freund. Nev
Irvin Aleberg, New C.F. Eicher Denver.
York. T. C. Mitchell, Oak
H. E. Loenax, Boulder land, Cal.
Camp. J. J. Ilonnessy, Whitt
Ben l. Gardner, White Sulphur Springs.
Sulphur Springs. H B. Washington
I. Green, Chicago. Chicago.
W. . Jeffray, t. Paul. W. H. Lindley. Chi
Thos . J. Brady, Great cage.
Falls. J. Brand, Great Falls.
A. J. Beck, New York. David ti Browne, For
P. Clawson, IMinneapo- Be.ton. Mont.
lie. Ed. C. Shears, St. Paul,
F. B. Ross, St. Paul. A. L. Goodkind, Helec
F. J. Edwards, Helena. na.
Jno. F. Kelley and wife, A. J. G. Lores, Great
St. Paul, Falls.
A. M. Scott, Minneapo- John Lavalle, City.
lie. B. F. lark..r, Chicago.
H. A. Boot, Helena. Ludwig Fahle. New
J. HI. Heohler. Helena. York.
Fred A. Daley, Boston. Gieo. W. Catt, Seattle.
E. V. Church, Chicago. H. Fuchs, Ch cage.
Ed. Hankinson, Sioux tI. Singer, eLw York.
City, Is. W. L. Preston, Mis
Arrivals at the Grand Central.
W. L. Church, St. Paul. D. iM. Evans, Butte
F. M. Smith, Helena. ('has. H. Baldwin,
James Fahory. Helena. 'luwnsend.
James L. Bompart, H. J. Schriener, Elk.
White Sulp'r sprtngs, born.
P, F. Bosch. Jeferson. Mrs. I'. F. Hosch. Jef.
J, A. Mcintosh, l:ald ferson.
Butte. P. L. Bathrick, Elk.
W. L. Humphreys, horn.
larker. P. C. McStravick,
Miss K. McStravick, Placer.
Placer. Janes Patten, Philips
A.D. hose, Philipsburg. burg.
A. Fuller, Philipsburg. D, D. Lamber, Helens.
ors. C. J, Lundy, Great Albert Axe, City.
alls. E. II. Toerise, Canyon
A. J. Huncke. Castle. Ferry.
Milford D. Herrin, Thomas G. Mitchell,
O. \\'ilkin. Granite, E.W. Nettleton, City.
T'om McTague. Deer L. J. Knapp, ttevena
Benj. Pizer, Philips.- W. . Mitchell, Gran.
J. F. c'itzgerald, Bears- Pat Birmingham.Bearrr
B. B. Loomis, Deer John aiegl, Dee,
W. U. Warner, Deer Jay. Douglas. larys
D. J. McLeod, Marys- Johlin Rhm, Maryse
Richard Jers, Marys- Gel. lleRser. Victor.
ville. John Cavanaughi, Shat
L.unch from 12 to 2 p. m. at the Helena
Artificial flower in hanging baskets just ar
rived atThe Bet e hlive.
Typewrlilng, room 15 IMalley block.
Infants' embroidered craihmere cloaks at The
Bee Hive for $2.10; worth double.
A P'leasing DIisinfectant.
A very pretty form of disinfectant is be.
ing introduced into the sick-rooms of Aus.
tralia in the form of green branches of the
eucalyptus. The reputation of the eca
lyptus as an absorbent of malaria, and as
in antidote in fever cases ts well estab.
lished, and for some time its effects as a
disinfectant in sick bchambers have been
earefully watched. Dr. C(urgenven states,
after twelve months' trial, that in cases ot
searlet fever, if the branches be placed un
der the bed, the bedding undergoes thor.
ough disinfection, the volatile vapor peae.
trating and saturating the mattresses and
every other article in the room. The vapot
.is also said to have a benefloial effect upot
plthisioal patients, acting not only as s
antiseptic, but as a sedative, and to som,
extent as a hypnotic.-Pittsburg Dispateh
infantn' cloaks, skirts, vests, hosiery, etc., II
great variety at 'lhe ule Hive at eastern prices.
The largest. line of dolls ever shown in Helent
ian be seen at 'Thle liHe Hive. his firm import,
all of this line of goods dlirect, thereby savinu
the profit of the middle man; therefore lhe lows,
prices than thIeir competitors,
It so to 1 ie s $5t
,'he Uatted Bie
eonilderable buai E 9t(
Bell. Boy, a Ne re Pees I kI
Lewis and Clarke 4nt' iii a
indictment on heirge ofkillg
Indian on the Fiathad rsertav
axe The killing grew o" t o a at e
a grl, Three Biare or Charlie.. s is
inder uri tr s.aat tin.a pony q n
Keogh military r eeatin, Thea . two
ea of, ehlng .wLiet7 to Iadiarn!' owe
agaitnst.. Otto In ., who wat , i
will have to explin wy k.eft a fe
books id an old '.reh~.Oee in
county instead of, 'delivling tS.
carried the mail over t route unhrg out
of Missoula. The books were S 4 . o a
point In the Flathead country. e re
heavy and dales dumped the t re
house where an inspeetoer them
Another gentlemen oonneoted af
fairs will probably not bhe . the
meets. He is Wlliam wn
'simply vanished" from the .dWll. d
Clarke county jail about six weeks ago
partner, Henry Ward, did not aoompany
him. The men were arrested for cutting
open a mail pouch at Butte. Mrs. Amelia
D. Barnum and ner son Edward F. are held
for robbing the mails at Mann, Cascade
county. Fred Partello, a Mexican, will
appear, charged with rape. Daniel L.
Miller, who was ordered off the Blackfoot
reservation by the agent, went back again,
an offense punishable by heavy fine.
Has opened hay, grain, feed, prodnee and
commission business on oorner Main street
and Eighth avenue. Give him a call.
Dine Points at the motor waiting room.
You ean buy the l.ster five-book kid gloves in
ill olors at The Bee Hive fort.20. ivery pair
The Bee Hive has jsi reeived 200 dozen men's
secktiee, worth $1 each; whiob they are selling at
iuniform price of los
Noteice of Thanks.
I desire hereby to express my heartfelt
hanks and gratitude to the friends and
ieighbors in Cox's addition who have so
;indly stayed with and helped us in our
ate sickness and bereavement.
JNo. D. Swrrsa.
THE NATIONAL GUARD.
Capt. Bontelle's P]eport on the Standlna
of the First Infantry.
Capt. F. A. Bontelle, of the First cavalry
United States army, who inspected the
National Guard of Montana, makes th.
following report of the standing of th
companies of the First infantry in person
nel, gerneral appearance, discipline, drill
arms and clothing, the highest mark ob
tainable being ten:
A.B. C. H. F. (
Personnel.............. 8 10 8 8 8 9
General appearance........ 5 7 7 9 ii
Discipline .................4 7 7 7 7 10
Drill. ...................4 6 8 7 4 7
Arms..................... ..1 8 10 9 9 9
Clothing.................... 6 6 6 6 6
We are still in the felh business. Bulb
eysters 60 cents per qtart. All fish thlT
week 15 cents per pound. Broadway Flais
To the Public.
Notice is hereby given to the public tha.
no one is authorized to receipt for or eolled(
any account due and owing Horsky, Milles
& Co., except the undersigned.
OTTo PETEBsoN, Receiver.
Bulk oysters 60 cents a quart. Broadway Fist
An Important lRedlscovery.
A blacksmith named Ferdinand Allard,
living at Levis, has, after sixteen years of
patient effort and persevering experiment,
made a discovery. or rather rediscovery,
which is destined to render his .name
famous and probably to bring him fortune.
It is claimed that he has found the secret
of the lost art by which the Egyptians,
many centuries ago, hardened and tem
pered copper before the use of iron and
steel was known, and used it for the same
purpose as we use tools of the latter mate
rials in the present age. He has already
turned out axes and other tools of copper
which are declared to be equal in hardness,
edge and temper to similar instruments
made of the best steel of the present day,
while they are superior to them in freedom
from rust.-Toronto Mail.
Seven styles of kodaks and Alms at A. M.
Holler Hardware Co.
Jonvin'skid gloves in evening shades worth
t2 are being sold this week at The Bee Hive for
New pictures at The Bee Hive.
Four to six boarders can be accommo
dated at 505 Ewing street.
Class in Cooking.
A new class in plain cooking will be
started this (Monday) evening, at No. 709
Ninth avenue, the Helena cooking school.
Prof. 'Engelhorn has engaged an experi
enced teacher from Chicago, who has
charge. This class is designed especially
for those who are engaged during the day.
Day classes will also be stalted. Applicants
are requested to be on hand promptly at
eight p. m.
Go to Butcher & Bradley's for notions, hosiery,
underwear. We lead in low prices.
Sam'l K. Davis' Special.
We offer a small list of investment stocks
that are safe to buy and will return, good
interest. Buy when holders must sell
5,000 Iron Mountain, 80e. per share.
5,000 Copper Bell, 10 cents.
3,000 Cumberland, $2 in lots.
1,000 Helena and Victor, $2.25, ex-divi
1,000 Bald Butte, $2, lots 250 shares.
1,000 Iron Chief (Castleo) 12}c. Snap.
6,241 O0. R. & N., l8) cents to close.
Rooms 26i and 27, Bailey Block.
Dre. Skimmin &t Essig, dentiste. Sixth avenue
and Main rtre',. over tiac,, tGory & o. Crown
and bridge work a specialty. Extracting 50 cents;
vitalized air seol.
nutcher & Bradley's prices to worsted yarns
and knitting cetton, defy competitoin.
Fancy table covers at The iee lHive in chenille,
plush. silk, linen, tapoestry velvet, crash, etc., at
imr,prt prices, Call and see them. Ad on
Mrs. Fannie Carter's Shakespeare class
will begin Monday evening Oct. 19, at eight
o'clock, at the Montana Business college.
A large class is solicited. For particulars
call at Electric Light hall Saturday's from
two to four p. m. or Mondays from 10 to 12
Dr. Halvail has moved his office to rooms 5, a
and 7 Granite block.
leoto The Bee Hive for woolen hosiery sad un
If yOu are tired taking the large old-fashioned
griping pills, try (Jarter's Littln Liver Pills and
lake comfort. A man can't stand ererything.
One pill a dose. Try them.
Great Barga.us lt Jackson's Mlsie Store.
In consequence of the fire in the Bailey
block Mr. Jackson has removed to Park
avenue, near Edwards street, adjoining
Watson's grocery store. Mr. J. has a large
stock of pianos, organs and musical mer
chandise which was slightly damaged by
the smoke, but in reality as good as new,
which he offers at greatly reduced prices.
'This special sale will last for only about
Those in want of anything in my line
are respectfully invited to call and be as
tonishbed at the remarkably low prices, Sale
begins Monday, Oct. 12, at 10 o'cloek.
Dire ttetio t thdr Co Q te
IIII "i11 ,k
and .Irehe ve AsR te.t of
pALS , SECL M,.ES I
rIN s pDREsODB
SILOS AND VELvT
OLOAXS AND 8UIS, -1
FUR GARPENTS AND E
FANOT GOODS: AND
DRESa TRIM ING,
ALSO SPEOIAL VALUhES IN
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR,
BLANKETS AND FLANNELD,
LINENS AND BHEETINGS.
and a Magnificent Collection of
CARPETS, RUGS and DRAPERIES.
-. New Dressmaking Establishment on the est Side. +.
On account of my increasing numbpr.aou tomers from the West Side, I will, from Nov. 1, opený' the largest and meet fast
nable parlor in Helena, on corner Lawrce Street and Park Avenue. Ladies that want Perfeot Fittin Dreses, mad, after th
htest Parisian Fashion are cordially invited to inspect my grert aueotment of Imported Fashion Plates, the largest an best u
Cation from Paris, London and Vienna. All fashiohable .ur.Garmeats altered and repaired, and Fur Garments of anyde.rio
ide in eight days, at New York prices. By giving fne a;trial you will be convinced of my supremacy in reard to Pil. - FiI
test Styles and First-Class work. Reetfully. ]RB. JAME MAR ALEXANDE
Proprietress of Helena Fashionable Dressmaking Establ ihment, 207 and 209 SouthMaia Street and Cor. Lawrence and Park Ave.
Dinner from b to 8 at Helena Cafe.
The World Eariched.
The facilities of the present day for. the
prodaetion of everything that will conduoe
o the material welfare and eomfort of
mankind are almost unlimited and when
lyrup of Figs wusi.rst produhed the wegld
was enriched with the only perfeet laxpei.e
known, as it is the only remedy whi'O is
ruly.pleaeisg and refreshing to the taste
nd prompt and efectual to eleanse-(th
eteom gotlly in the spring time, or, in'ftet,
It .ay time, aildl'the better it is'known the
more pepalar it'becomes
HELENA IN BRIEF.
Jackson's musio store, Bailey block.
Helena Lodge Ne. , I. 0. 0. T.
Meets verey Monday.
dArealsr meotine of the
dlly inrvited to attend.
J . B. OHNAT,
- UEL WBUYRS! -
Rock Springs, Wyoming, Soft
Coal, from Union Pacific
THE BEST IN THIS
Kleinschmidt & Bro.,
Also dealers in Lehigh Anthra
:ite Hard Coal and best Cumber
,and Blacksmith Coal.
DRY YELLOW PINE AND FIR WOOD.
Bring your orders to the Granite
JOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL-IN THI
district court of the First judicial district of
he state of Montana. in and for the county of
Lewis and Clarke.'
Inthe matter of theestate of pquire Calvert,
Pursuant to an order of uid court, made on
he eighth da of October, 1891, notice is hereby
iren, that onday, the 19th day of October.
891. st 10 o'clock a. in.. of said day. at the court
corn of said court, at the court honus in the
nounty of Lewis and Clarke, has been appointed
is the time and place for proving the will of said
Sutre Calvert. deceased, end for hearing the ap
lication of Stephen C. (Gllpatrick for the ien.
nce to him of letters testamentary, when and
where any person interested may appear and oon
est the samne.
Leigend.] cOHNi BIEAN, Clerk.
-y Isitned.] Hi. J. Carsua, Deputl.
Dated, Octoer Nth, 1891.
DUMMONS-IN THE DISTRIOT COURT Of
the First Judicial district of the state of
loataa, in and for the oounty of Lewis and
F. 1t P. Lindsay, plaintiff, vs. A.-E. Boren,
The state of Montana sends greeting to the
bore named defendsnt.
Yeou aresreby re.nred to appear in an oa
a the distriote st of time irt JLadI al dstrct
f the sate of ontana, ie ad for tsheoonu of
Lewis and Clarke and to answer the ceriplani.
Ied therein, within ta days (exolusve of the
lay of service) alter te service on you of this
omramonus if served witma th tti or. if
rwed out of this ount. b withan tus distriet.
ithin twenty dys eta erwi within fa days.
rlodu, bmet b eat will talken auaist.eo.
moerding to tie pro yor asta e ompant.
The said action is brought to recover the
am of till with interest at s per at per an
mum from January 1 1891, due the plaintiff for
oney loaned defendunt at his request, between
ranuary 1 89), and Desember 31, 1110; Iso is
he sum eof $i, r sad te at .tl per ceet pet
annie fromn January 1, 1 new due o a"sr
ala promissory nots fer '.ot eineunt, dated
rune , 1800. doe on or 1fr.Jaary 1, 1891,
with interest at the rate of .Idt.en per annum
!rom January 1, 1} sad ot. i.ngrae
mud execut.d by deent t and delivered to
lautlff and payable to blero his order; and for
Ad yeunsC e hereyo notified iht you fall to
ipp..r. ead aWe time sai/d compid.a, as above
squired. the said patf . l take ude.
neat for the sum demanded the oerplanit;'
wit: $ill ad interet at 10 per sent eer usane
'rn January 1, 181. and the tfr.er sulm of
10 sad i.,rsCt at 1i9 er oent per manas from
e aary . S autas st . slit. -
ntil Clrke. taisthirtse t da o July. Its
Is year of our Lend, eye thousnd eAigt hundred
ufft. IUV-E. , 1 ' tt e / .
H. B. P1 LMB R,
-- ELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN-
INVESTATENT 8ECURInTIES iIMONEY TO LQA
SOn Improd Property and Ranches. Will purohase County, Sehool and
Muniolpal Bondh and Warrants, Commeroial Paper and Mertgage Noti
O.. 10 sdwards Street. Morohants Nxatleal Balk Balldlna. Correspoadoaeo. oI.hted
DINING R.OOM NOW OPE,
Under Management of the-----
Board, $7 Per Week. Tiolets, 21 aeals, $8 Per .WT k. 81inle eals 50c, Each
WM. ERSKINE & CO.,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters
SANITARY WORK A SPECIALTY.
OUT' OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED
Merchants National Bank Building, Helena, Mont
SeVeral cars of Washburn-Gros
b j Go.'s "Best" Flour arrived at
J-elena this v'eek, fresh from the
great Washburn Mills, the largest
and most perfectly equipped flour
mills in the W)orld. Our goods are
handled in J-elena only by
M. Reinig and th
S.. A. R. Gates Grocery Co
LINDSAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Fruits
Speialies: Butter, Eu', Fruit., V*getables
li.b. Pouat , Oysters.
20 and 2 Edward. Street. Helen. Montana.
TURKISH AND RUSSIAN
aa. M. to Lo
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PROP. D. B. WrITTLE, Proprietor.
WaeimGod, Jeoe nd Cattl ,i14.t
. at pa io eu.n" at low ooleateeoe.
A ls- eo tion eel wii . e sadm o old .vero
rr bOý A
* REAL ESTATE *
In Basement Power
block, Corner Sixth
Ave, and Main St.,
* AND MINES. b