tACH, -COSY -C00.,
R:TIX L DEP7:RTME:: N T.
To the Ladies of Helena and surrounding EXAMINE
TRY country: Our store is now open for inspection Our
Our and we would deem it a compliment if you will Spice and Tea
Hams, call and inspect same. Our goods are all new
Breakfast and of the finest quality. We have the handsom
Bacon est grocery store in the West. Our store is neat Our
and and clean, and so are our goods. Coffee
Best We have the most complete stock of fine gro- Department,
ceries in Montana. Ladies are requested to call Our
Patent and give us a trial. We are sure to please them. Wines and
Flour. Respectfu I ly, Liquors.
JOHN BURNS, OF GETTY'SBURG.
The Old Hero Who Wanted to Fight for
One of the quaint heroes of the civil war
was John Burns, of Gettysburg. Burns
wanted to enlist in '61, but he was rejected
for old age; then he became a wagoner in
the Army of the Potomac. On the morn
ing of July 1, 1863, he took up his gun and
tramped across the meadows to meet the
troops, bound to fight whether or not. The
members of the One Hundred and Fiftieth
Pennsylvania regiment were the first sol
diers to see the'venerable figure com' upon
the field of battle.
With his lone brown rifle and bell-crown hat
And the swallow tuils they were laughing at.
'1 hey looked the oddly dressed civilian
ov r curiously, but their ranks were full,
they said, and when he iterated his desire
to fight they pointed to the left where the
Seventh Wisconsin. a portion of the fa
mous "lron Brigade." was preparing for
warm work. "Over there," they said to
him, "you can get all the fighting you
Realizing after some delay that he had
better go further. the white-haired fighter
hurried across the intervening space and
accosted Col. John B. Callis. Col. Callis
relates that while viewing the operations of
the skirmish lines he heard some one ask
for permission to fight. Upon looking
around he beheld as grotesque an object
as ever walked a field of blood and carnage.
Gray hairs and wrinkled face were capped
with a bell-crowned hat of antique design;
and a blue swallow-tailed coat was worn as
shire as the big brass buttons that held it
tightly about the person of John Burns.
Grasping firmly his rusty rifle, the old man
presented arms to the officer. "Colonel,"
said he. "can 1 fight in your regiment?"
"Old man, you had better go to the rear.
People are liable to get hurt around here."
'1 he roar of cannonading and the scream
ing of shot and shell gave emphasis to the
words of Col. Callis.
"That's no difference," unflinchingly
replied old swallow-tails. "I've heard the
whistle of bullets before and if you won't
allow me to fight in your regiment I'll fight
"How can you fight, old man? Where is
your cartridge box?"
"Oh, I've got the bullets." said he, draw
ing a handful of them from his trouser
pocket. "And Ive got the powder, too," he
added, bringing forth from his swallow
tails a powder horn, the venerable appear
ance of which indicated that it may have
been the veritable one that the veteran
carried when only 18 years old while march
ing to Baltimore in the war of 1812, more
than half a century before.
The soldier from the Badger state could
not resist an appeal like this. A silver
mounted rifle, just captured from Archer's
rebel sharpshooters, was given the new vol
unteer, and his old-time shooting iron was
laid aside. It was not lost, however, and
is to this day preserved in the flag room of
the Commonwealth at Harrisburg.
Burns showed some uneasiness for action
to begin. The old man scented the battle
from afar, and was impatient to be in its
midst. Finally he shouldered his gun and
walked from the ranks, going in the diree
tion of the Union skirmish line.
A few minutes later Colonel Callis saw a
Confederate officer mounted on a gray horse
riding in the distance. He also saw his
aged reoruit take aim at the adventurous
oficer. In a few moments the horse gal
loped riderless across the open space into
the Union lines. Thus one of the very first
officers whose blood reddened the now his
torio soil fell a victim to old John Burns'
Throughout that hot Jul dy he engaged
ernestly in the confliot. Little is known
of the partiular things he did after the
oafliet became general, but that he fought
like a brave man, long and well, his wounds
Closer at hb elbow allthat d
senburnsd end beard crged away.
While Burns unmindful ofjer and scoff,
Stood there picking the s of
That the olddmanlay all night an the feld
is both aested and denied.
W are or act he dlig snxiety to
. 40 I& Lye srg bell leavin
their marks upon his person and clothing.
Only three of the balls injured him. One
passed through his ankle; another pene
traited his arm; the third inflicted a flesh
wound on his breast. Considering his age,
these wounds were of a serious character,
and confined him to his room for several
In after years Philadelphia people gave
John Burns a fine aun, and Pittsburg people
gave him a cane. He was uncouth and
eccentric, but a good and honest citizen.
He was an 1812 pensioner, but not of the
Barns died February 4, 1872, 78 years old.
Bret Harte has sung about him:
The fellow who won renown
The onty man who didn't back down
When the rebels rtde through his native town.
The World Enriched.
The facilities of the present day for the
production of everything that will conduce
to the material welfare and comfort of
mankind are almost unlimited and when
Syrup of Figs was first produced the world
was enriched with the only perfect laxative
known, as it is the only remedy which is
truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
system gently in the springtime, or, in fact,
at any time, and the better it is known the
more popular it becomes.
Reduced Rates to Miles City.
On account of the Custer County Horse
Fair and Sale association Sept. 29th to Oct.
9th. the Northern Pacific railroad will make
a rate of one and one-fifth fare Helena to
Miles City and return. Tickets on sale
Sept. 28th, Oct. 2d, 4th, Oth and 8th. Good
ieturning until Oct. 11th.
CuAs. S. FEZ,
G. P. T. A., St. Paul.
A. D. EDGAR, Gen. Agt., Helena.
Salt Lake. San Francisco and Los Angeles
The Union Pacific Railvay company will
sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and
Los Angeles on the 15th ot EAcn MOnTH at
the following namied rates:
To San Francisco, going via Ogden and
return same, $75.
To San Francisco, going via Port!and and
return same, $75.
To San Francisco, going via Ogden and
return via Portland, or vice versa, $90.
To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and
Sacramento and return same $90.
To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and
Sacramento and return via San Francisco
and Ogden, or vice versa. $94.
To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and San
Francisco and return same, $98.
To Los Angeles going via Portland and
return via Sacramento and Ogden, or vice
To Los Aneles going via Portland and
return same, $98.
Passengers can have choice of two routes
between Portland and San Francisco, either
by the way of the all rail, the Mount Shasta
route, or by steamer.
The above tickets are good going sixty
days from date of sale; extreme limit six
months; stop-over privileges allowed going
or returning at any point within the limit.
The Union Pacitic will also sell excursion
tickets from Helena to Ogden, Salt Laki
City and Garfield Beach, on the 15th of each
month, at rate of $30 for the round trip;
good going ten days from date of sale: good
returning ten days from date stamped and
written on back of ticket by agent at desti
nation; extreme limit sixty days; atop
over privileges allov going or returning
at any point within the limit.
A. E. VaRza, Pass. Agent.
RBEU MAT ISM M.
aSuffered for Nearly SO Teas.
t 17 N. Chester L, halti ore, Md.
a 1cr neerly t0 rears I safteed with rheama.
tm in arm and shoulder; euld met i my
arm. Less than ton bottles of St. Jaob On
ured me. W.H. I EON.
Of M.ay Tear' Stauting.
Gdedeu, Crockett Go.. Tensa
My Ua was rheumatis.l of many yw'_
Mantdis, entmoted durbo g the war; aied;
~wlet bout reet. St. Jaea i
8 l me. FED. 800G.
a AT DaueomsT aN DLaaLs.
I Il WE = AL gL g i giam.a
Faber's golden Female Pills.
For Female Irregular
on the market. Never
Sby prominent ladies
, monthly. Guaranteed
to relieve suppressed
SURE! SAFE! CERTAIN!
Don't be humbugged.
Save Time, Health,
andmoney;take no oth
Sent to any address,
secure by mail on re.
Clt of price, ;2.o90.
THE APHRO MEDICINE COMPANY,
western Branch, Boxr7, POTzLAND, OI"
Spld by H. S. Hale & Co.. druggrts
The gelebrated French gure,
Warranted "APHRODITINE" orf n,
Is SOLD on .
GUARANTEE .. .
to oere any
disease. W' TE
---~ rsex whetheo ar- /E
Islnl from the er
excsel e iuse f Stimulaans, Tobacco or Opiur..
c. through yoethiful iadlseatioe, over iudm.t
nce. Ac., such as tmL ole n awer, Wsdkefui
sB, esrie ldown Pinsina the lack. Semilna
Wekness, iM iya . ria.Nervolr ostratllio oetum
.l lmissi on. Lueorrhenm D nm WeakMm
r R, Lo of eower ad Impoteno which it en
rewted often ledo we t soee thoison insac
fty. Price;L1a box, boesf efrS. lent .'
mail en receipt of price.
A WRITTEN GUARANTIE horeveryl.i.
der. to reunnd the money if a lermBanue
cre s not eUcted Thousands of testimoala;
from oldal youg. of both ereas, rermanentp
cured bAerao~tmlr Circular free Addre
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
oT e a Ameria. r MiN. CR
Bold by . S. Hale & Co., druggist.
How often do we see this on the face
of children and, alas, of people wboothr
wise are healthy? What causes it? Bad
Blood. The thought is terrhbl; the
trouble is worse. No ordinary help cas
remove it. It requires soendh.lg n-"
usual Do not take cheap sWISfilr
or blood purifiers. You must boW'S
thing that has proven its powlerit both
Europe and America. GemR Wheat
croft Nelson, of Lio.Aen, : -m.(.
experience in the English .R.7,s'
asn America, convinveih thatuw._ u
so thoroughly purifies the blood, I afd d
to the healh~, vigor and i-fe s r
Acker's English Bood m"r.'
This grand Elixir is acld by d--gg-l
Vnalpmr ot fseeiinO. It7 an goad,
Held lq H. Y. Jarebsa & ea. drbbin
C` a, Heat
TFA COLLEG of MORNTAEA.
FACULTY OF 13 PROFESSORS AND TEACHERS.
Five Distinct Departments, viz.;
The Academy.--The College.-The Schoolof Mines.
-The Conservatory of Music and Art and the
Commercial Department, including Stenography
andTypewriting. Buildingnewandample. Steam
heat, Bath rooms with hot and'cold water service
throughout. Both sexes admitted on equal terms.
.S For Catalogue and information apply to
Rev.D. . McILAND.DL.,Pres.,DeerLOdge, IoM
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
Nao 1 Pacifie Mail westbound ........ 1:35 p. m
No.2, Atlantic mail. east bound........10:40 p. a
No. 7, Logan & Helena Local, connect
irn at Logan with through train, No.
, irom the east........................ 1:0 a. m
No. 6, Helena Miseoula and Butte Ex..12:20 p. m
No. 8, Marysvll passenger ............11:10 a. m
No. 18, Marysville accommodation..... 7:3 p. m
Rimini mixed, Mon., Wed. and )ri.... 5:00 p. m
Wickes. Boulder and Elkhorn pass..... 1000 a. m
No. 1, Facifie Mail west bound ... 1:0 p. m
No.2., Atlantic Mal east bound........ 10:55 p. m
No. 8. Logan & Helena Local, connect
necting with through train No. 4, for
the east .................. ....... .. 4:40 p. m
No. 5, Helena, Misnoula and Butte Ex.. 7:45 a. m
No. 7. Msrysville passenger ............ 8:0 a. m
No. e, uarysville accommodation ....... :45 p. m
Rimini mixed, Mon., Wed. and Fri..... 8:15 a. m
Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn Pass..... 3:30 p. m
No. 1, Helena and Butte express........ 8:40 a. m
No, 4, Atlantic express.................11:10 a.
o. 3 Parifie express .............. 1:L25 p. m
No. 4, Atlantic express. ...............11:00 a. m
No. 3, Helena and Butte expiesa........ 1:I0 p.
No. 2 Prciic epres ................... 6:0p i
For all points cast, south anl west, via
Montana Ctentral and Buntte.......... 8:40 a. mn
For all points beast. oUth and west, via
Montana : 'eutra and lotte.......... 1:21 p1.
'is Nornhern Pacific and Garrison.. 7:45 a. min
Via Northern Pacinic and (Garijon.. 1:50 p. min
From all points east, south and west,
via Butte and Montana central.....11:10 a. n
From all pohints east, south and west,
via lstt: aut Montana (central..... 6:40 pTi. m
Via G:arrison and Northern Pacific.. 12.20 p. n
ia tlinrr-eon ant Northern Pacific.. 1.:40 p. in
NOTICE OF THE ANNIUAL MEETING OF
the tumley Min.--Notice is hereby given
to th stockhotlders in tL's Bumley Mine corn
pay.tba the annual meetiug of said company
will be held on .he last tisnrday 190th day) of
Auat. A. i). .,e,. at 2 o'clock p. in. of aid day
at the romt,anly'a otlic,. to wit.: At the parlors
of the hir.t Natioial ]ank, in the city of lesen-.
HeOIans, in ptrsuanceof the by-lawse of said
company., for the election of a 'board of seven
trnstees to manato tho affairs of paid company
for te ensuing eorporate :ea-.
Al, proxies must be in writing alnd Sld with
W. E CULLEN. Secretary
A majiority of the stock-not baing riprea:nted
at the mre:irg -a+ . in the foregoiug nutice. -
stoeki'o:ders ns-'ting of said compan- ta hereby
rcalled inre at Ite toe . abu-e designated on
Saturday. t~e :It: ,in of ctolber. A. D. 1819,
pursuant (, rentte i1 of the by-!aws of the com
pany, for the election of the bord of trustees in
all notice mentioned.
Helena, Aug. 3, CULLEN. .ersta.
Montana G nn.'Ca W.. . "-- Harir.PS· '
OU T GRA---ITE
umAND SA',T SONE
Robinson &Cary Co., St Pauli
Mill, Mining and Contractors' Supplies,
Machine Tools, Wood-Working, Quarrying and Saw
Mill Machinery, Pumps, Boilers, Engines, and Elec
tric Light Plants, Buckeye Engines, Ingersoll Com
pressors and Drills, Rock Crushers, Prescott's Steam
Feed, Hill's Steam-Nigger, Disston's Saws.
F. E. WORCESTER, Art., 3 Gold Block. Helena.
-IRON BAY COMPANY, DULUTH, MINN*
Light and Heavy Hoisting Machinery, geared and direct acting;
Corliss and Slide-Valve Engines, Boilers, Cornish Pumps, Sheaves'
Mining Cars and Cages.
MINING MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
F. E. WORCESTER, Agent, 3 Gold Block, Helena, Mont
United State Clim Agent. nd and Mini
Boom 203 Power Block, Helena, Montana.
Authorized to represent claimants in Pension
Cases by the Becretary of the Interior.
T. . CRUTCHEB.
attorney a Isw.
Gold Blook. Mining and Comamee almaw
BASBURN E. BARBOUB,
Attorney and Conneler at IsRaw.
Masonoi Temple, Holns Montama
Attorney and Counselor at law.
SWill prfticen in all courts oHel ard 5 ft
gtate. Officein old block. Hel a on
D M. .B OCKMAN.
M ember o San Franciseco Medical o ety, e
oe an main teet u Stelmet Is-o
WOOLT Lr & B1OWU135i
hAttmes at Lw.
tl Dearborn stseet, Chiegoc. M.
iL[. U. YocIm00 a. ewatve w. UOwI m
SlZER & rKEBa
Cil and Mining Ease
U. S. Deptyineral Surysgea
Mineral Patents Secured.
Rooms U-1I. Atlas Bulding. Helenkaa .e
-_L-U A. BOOT.
Ceam lrow at La .
j seTen se sO er aile ,i s
as L1li1W : t, A ama: -
R. S. HALE & Co.i
Wh.rele am Betal
FANCY TOULT GOODS,
LANTEEBN. LAMPS, GLAIi
LAMP GOODS, PAINrr , OIa
•--Whaole . A at
Care Cob aul Colds.
Worn are whoirnils qants fatBl -
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THE WESTERD IATIONAL BAi
P0 TUE CITY OF NEW YORB.
CAPITALE - - $S0,
DEPOSITORY OF PUBLIC MONEYS
Of the United ttagst the 8t.: oNew Yor.k te
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