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KALISPELL A K S I P y\ S L _ __ _L Sý KALISPELL PRINCE ALBERT DISTRICT. A New Country Recently Connected With the World by RaiL A new era was inaugurated in the history of Prince Albert and district in October last, when the last spike was driven in the railway which was to give the place connec tion with the outside world. The people had been so long isolated from the rest of the dominion that the occasion was made one of general rejoicing. Here a commu nity of several thousand people had ex isted for years, 800 miles distant from the nearest railway, and it may be imagined that the advent of the iron horse was wel comed in a most enthusiastic manner. The long cherished hopes of the settlers were now being reaTized. The distance from Winnipeg to Prince Albert by rail is C60 miles. The route is from Winnipeg to Re gina on the main line of the Canadian Pa cifle. Cars are changed at Regina to the Prince Albert branch of the Canadian Pacific, the length of the latter road from Regina to Prince Albert being 247 miles. Construction on the Prince Albert branch was commenced in 1885, when about twenty miles were completed from Regina north ward. The road was then known as the Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Prince Albert railway. Nothing further was done on the road for some years and the portion constructed was not operated. Dur iog the meeting of the dominion parlia ment in the winter of 1888-89 additional assistance was granted to this railway, with the object of securing its speedy comple tion. The Prince Albert people, through their representative in parliament and in other ways, had pushed the matter very earnestly, and it was agreed that a special effort should be made to open the district to railway communication. Arrangements were made by which the Canadian Pacific company would control and operate the railway after completion, and construction was pushed vigorously during the summer of 1889, rails being laid that season as far as the crossing of the South Saskatchewan river at Saskatoon. Daring the winter of 1889-90 material was prepared for a bridge across the river, and the following summer the road was completed and opened to Prince Albert in October last. Since then it has been regularly operated as a branch of the Canadian Pacific system. Prince Albert has now its first railway, DUb S16 WIll UUI sop a 4. 1i Glu.u r& North-Western, which is now completed 2791 miles in a northwesterly direction from Winnipeg, (the North-Western reaohbo Winnipeg over the main line of the Cana dian Pacific from Portage la Prairie), has its objective point at Prince Albert. This road runs through a very rich country for its entire distance, both completed and projected. Prince Albert people look for ward with confidence to the time when the Northwestern will give them a second out let. But what is most enchanting to the Prince Albert people is the prospect of a road to Hudson bay. The geographical po sition of the town marks it as a likely starting point for a railroad to the great in land sea. The Prince Albert branch of the Canadian Pacilic is looked upon as likely to become a link in a railway to Hudson bay. Prince Albert is now the nearest point to the bay reached by rail by several hundred miles. This is a forcible argument to start with, in addition to the faet that it is on a line with any rail way which may be constructed in the future from any point in the territories south of the taskasehewan to Hudsou bay. In the event of the Winnipeg & Hudson Bay rail way being built (which we all believe to be a certainty in time) Prince Albert could be coaneterd with the latter road by a direct line running easterly through the rich Car rot river country. A road from Prince Al bert running in an easterly direction to connect with the Winnipeg & Hudson Bay railway would run through a country which is regarded by some explorers and others as without exception the very richest and inest agricuitutal and stock region in Can ada. Prof. Macoun, botanist, etc., speaks rely highly of the wonderful fertility of the soil through this region. Prince Albert is reached by railway from Winalpeg to Regins, and thence by the Prince Albert branch of the Canadian Pa cifio railway. The distance is 357 miles from Winnipeg to Regina and 247 miles from Regina to Prince Albert. The Mani toba & Northwestern railway is completed 279 miles from Winnipeg, this being over half the distance, and it is being gradually extended until Prince Albert will eventu ally be reached. Steamers can run from Winnipeg, on the Red river, down to Lake Winnipeg, and thence down the lake to the month of the Saskatchewan river. On the latter river steamers can run from Prince Albert down to lake Winnipeg, or up to Edmonton, where connection can be made with the Calgary & Edmonton railway, which will be completed next sum mer, 100 miles now being constructed. The distance from Prince Albert to Hudson Bay is about 500 miles.-Winnipeg Commercial. Excursion to Toronto. On account of the National Educational association meeting at 'loronto, Ont., the Northern Pacific railroad will make a rate of $71.95 plus $2 (admission fee) $73.95 for the round trip, Helena to Toronto and re turn. Tickets on sale July 6 to 11, good to return until Sept. 80. I his is the official line of the teachers. T'hey have chartered a special Pullman car to be run through to Toronto without change, leiving Helena on train No. 2 July 6. Berths can be secured in this car by applying to city ticket office or to Prof. R. G. Young. ChAs. S. PFE, G. P. and T. A. A. D. EnoAn, General Agent. Sunday Excursion. The Northern Pacific railroad will sell Sunday excursion tickets during the sum mer at one fare for the round trip from Helena to Marysville, 'Townsend Alhambra, Jefferson, Boulder, Boulder Hot Springs, Avon, Elliston, Deer Lodge. and Warm Springs and return. Tickets on sale Saturdays and Sundays. Good to return until Monday following. A. D. EDoAn, Gen'l Agt. CeAs. S. FEE, G. P. and T. A. Death From Kidney Disease Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Oregon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to cure all forms of kidney troubles. Take it in time. Fourth of July Excursions, 1891. For the above holiday excursions the Montana Central railway will sell tickets to stations on their line within a distance of 800 miles from Helena at one and one-fifth fare for the round trip. Dates of sale, July 8 and 4; limited to expire July 5. B. H. LANGLEY, Gen'l Ticket Agt. Shakspeare Heard From. At a seance in Chicago some evenings since, the spirit of Shakspeare. being called upon for a sonnet, began as follows: '"That teaoher is a rank galoot "Who dope not aue the \Vaba.e route "in going to Toronto- ;" At this point the representative of a com peting line, who was present, fell dead and Shakepeare vanished. If the spirit had been allowed to finish, it doubtless would have given as a reason for this beatiful sentiment, that the Wabash is the only lint running through sleepers from Chicago to Toronto, and, at the same time. giving pas' songein choice of two routes (Grand 'trunk and Canadian Paoifio) from Detroit. Foi maps and full information, write F. A. Palmer, 201 Clark street, Chicaco, or G. J. Lovell, 154 E. Third streot, St. Paul, Minn, asulmatre mammors. But time changes minds as well as man mers, though even now when makini changes from one circle to another, it often requires that adaptability which could be said found in one who has automatio man ners. However, suck radical changes not only appear in drawing-reoom repartee street dress, oto., among people but also !h the conveniences and iuxuries affords, mankind. tailroad travel ls one instames A few years ago, comparatively, one had to consume much valuable time in an usoom. Rortsble way to make what is now thoughl nothing of as a night's oarurney in a sleeper, The most modern equipment and trane. portaton tacilities can be found on the fast trains of the Minneapolis 1 St. Loail railway to Chicage St. Louis, Hot Springs Kansas City, etc. na aire of any agent of the company, or O. M Pratt, g eneral tisael sad maeemgerr e.a . UemlieU.. TIE MARKETS. FTOC.S1. New Yong. June 29.-Bar Silver, $1.003¢. Copper-Dull. July, $12.90. Leal--Nominal: domestic, $4.45. While there was' considerable selling in the stock market, it had more the appearance of be inag done to bsy than for liquidation of long stock. Most of the leading shares were snpport ed by the covering by shorts. The market closed, dull and firm at insignificant changes from opening prices in most cases and with grangers generally slightly lower. G overnments-Steady. Petroleum-Closed 66. Closing Closing U. S, 4s registered. 161,0 Northlwestern pref :(3l U. S. 4s coupon... .lli6 N.Y. Central...... 920 l. S. 4ts r.. .... 100 Oregon Ip ....... 206 U. S. 4i coupon..ltO Ortron Nat........ 69 Pacifics Te......... 109 Oregon hort Line 22 Atichison... ....... 30l sorthAmerican... 1296 ('anadLa Pac....... 79% Pacific Mail....... 3244 Canada Southern.. 48!4 Beading........... 2734 'entral Pacific ... 2918 1. P. Western.... 29 Brrli.gton....... 86 . G. W. pref...... r . 17 Delaware &Lack,. 8194 t. (i. W. lots...... 76i4 I) & I. G., pref.. 413 Rock lsland....... 7034 Erie ............... 18 St. Paul.......... 61% Kausas & Texas.... 11Y St. Paul & Omahla. 23 Lake Ohore.... 9834 Texas Pacific...... 1296 L'villc Is Nashville 70 Terminal.......... 136 Michigan Central. J 8!2 Untion Pacific..... 421 Missouri l'acific... ", U. S. Express..... 5 Northern Pacific.. m '2 Far.o lx raes ... 40 N. P. pref......... 29214 We tern Union.... 78'b Northwestern .....1039 Anmeri. Cotton Oil. 20%i Money on call easy; closed offered at 29 per rent. Prime mercantile paper 5A½ 7. Sotr line exchange, strong; sixty-day bills, $4.9016.; demand, $4.88%4. CIllCAGO CATTLF. CrroA. o. June 20.- ('attl---Rcelpts, 10.000; steady to shade higher: prime to extra steers, 5..l70tt25; others, $it5O5.50T'0; Texans, $`5434 3.4:; stockers, 2.2,ica 3.0; cows, $2 '75~l,.25. lrgs--lieeipte, 22.011; steanly tohigher: rough and eommon. .$4.41044.50: mixed and packers. S60.1il04.5; prime hsav1y and butchers' weights, $4.70L4.1·0; light, $4.r1004.77. Sheors-lteceiptt , 8,000; steady, nativeso, $4.2.1 5.50; Texans, mi.l2044.40; wesserns, $4.65; lambs, $5.75S7.-0m .sTCeAOO. June 23.- C(lose- Wheat - Steady; cash, 19214, 91c; Jdri 905ir. Corn-i-:4a iy: oash, :63: July, 53;i5396c. Ohats--'tadi rcls.h 3:- l::,c; July, 82%lt@80. HBarley-Nominal t.sl70c. l'ork--. testly; cash, $9.90; July, $9.971.4; Septeher, 0.10.80. Lard-Firm; cash. $11.2234; July, $0.15: Sop temuar. 1.40.1. Shoulders--$5.l 0t5.15. Short clear-$6i.:$0,'6.35. Short ribs-I5.8tti15.871 . O D Total ..... of CITIE.S, S COUNTIES, SCHOOL DISTRICT6, WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIES,Stc. Correspondenea solicited. NHW.HARRIS & COMPANY,Banhers, 103rid5 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. IS Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. STOTICE OF AISESSMIcNTr CA'TARA( T Mining company, oceattd in Catarant Mitt ng district, JIt er out ounty. al:tant.. .iotioe is hPreby givon ta' t metetirng of tie truetoee of said oontpany, htin ou the 19th lout of Juno, 18,1t n as -FntlItL to tLo rents ld r Iharo, WAS mIvied upone the capital osoo l of r;l I oomGtnny. atst b:e ,o tie .uth dy of July, 1at 1. to thnetoryo..to yo' paid On,)Upattt at hi't flle-. No. it9 outh Main treeL, in the city of Hlelota, Montana. Auy stork Upon which saidasonoment shall re main unpaid ,! tatn aOt.. dayte of July. 1e91. shalli tnt dealsa I tleiiltount ald shll ho duly advo tisesJ for rateat publio raction, anud oulese o.t msnt shall bot made teforo wil be.old on the lth day of July. Ittl. to Day t he delinqtcnt as, eesmnt ttgether with the tst of advertit ing antd:xpenee eofale. ,lOHN 1. KttJ)N'LZ. oBo. No. 59 ooth Main Wtteet. ielona. Muntana. N IOTICIi 'IO CRREDITOlt--IN THR I)ti8 trit rourt, of tht Fict Judicrial Ditrict of the Elate ofl Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In tto mcatter of the estate of William it. Get a-cr. tIreecrl: :otico is hiereby given tby th onderaigned. att minintratrix of the estate c W'lltam II. totioraur, decUased, to the creditors of, anti all oraonal hiy log olaimn against the ati dcisoeved. to elxhiblt thtet with the uneoesary vouchbrs within trn montlt after the tirst pnblloation of this notion, to theo said aimintratria., at the Itw off ttf lasesrna Btullardc, room 8, titld block. lHelent., Montanuathesmos baing tIe place for the trans. action o[ thia bOelleca of said estate in the county of Lewis and Clarke. Dated at Heteaa Montalta, Jans 2, A. D. 1891. M, liti3A I1. fICC1AIUE.it, dminlatleatriz of the rtate of William IL Id"haner. dmmecead. cC~t 1 A)I 1" \ ; 6 /!'ý t' 9. "0, ah, lot me see, what do youn give for a cold on the chest?" asked Jones, in a sort of indifferent tone, of a doctor with whom he was slightly acquainted, as he met him on the street. "Advioce," was the laconic reply. So do we. We advise you not to neglect that hacking cough and drowsy feeling, the coated tongue, the failing appetite, the indigestion and general lassitude and debility--that "tired feeliui,"as so many express it. Take Dr. Pierce s Golden Mcdical Discovery, in timoe. and it will not disappoint. It is not only the most wonderful alterative, or blood-cleanseer, known to medical science, but also posseses superior nutritive and tonic or otrength-giv ing properties. For Bronchial, Throat and Long Diseases ac.ompaniod with lingering coughs, the "toldon Medical Discovery" is absolutely unequaled as t remedy. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short Breath, Consumptive Night-sweats and kin dred affections, it surpasses all oithier medl cines. It's the only lung remedy, sold by druggists, guaranteed to benefit or cure, in every case, or money refunded. - - $500 OFFERED for an incurable case of Ca tarrh in the Head by the proprietors of Dr. Sages atrrh Remedy . y it mild, soothing and hesling properties, it cures the worst uoes so matter of hIow long standing. Only Scent Sold by druggists everywhere. Th 1eret- nARTER kercoutty, Ore- . 1 on7, near what L is now . ake City, CEr NTU RY atn Man who hts since L. I become identified with the resources and .R ~ developnlent ofthat country. This man L.V is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of the wealthiest and most influential citizeus in the county. In a recent letter he says: "1 had been suffering fotLpg ins in mny back and general kid lney coutplnint fdt some time, and had used many remedies .thoutuny but temporary relief. The pniasinn mi batg hind become so severe that I was prevented front attending to my work and could tnot move about without the use of a cane. tHear ing, through a friend, of the wonderful cures ef fected by Oregeon Kidney Tea, I was induced to i. a box, and fromt that very first dose I fonnd install relief, and before using half the contents of tlt box the pains in my back entirely disappeared. I have every faith in the virtues of the Oregon Kidney Ten. nid can conscientiously recomnltld it to my friends. I would not be without it for anything." Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache, incontl nence of urine, brick dust orsediment, burnitg or painful sensatiou while urillating, nd all altec lions ofthe kidney or urinary o guan of either sex. N J. McCONNELL, S Architect and Superintendent. Reoms 36 and 87, third floor Montana National Bask Building. Promptattention given to orders from clients at hsen or abroad. By strict attention to bnus Shop to rotait th Patronage of old clieants and mer the . nudenoce of ray and all who my me In buy capaeity as architnet and stw.eito.hotsntf te eon struotion of Iuildings. ' sdetall and specScations gotten not or a of say d eata e tne ubsetortesi no THE COOK AMALGAMATOR. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mill' tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it works with splendid results on the tailings from other amalgamating devices. It is CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND . EFFICIENT. and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, nQ matter how fine, and the floured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating apparatus. There are very many plases Is Montana where the Cook Amalgamator will pay for itself every month. I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana. Having declined the pla.e of State Mine Insp3ctor, I am now prepared t. examine and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have had forty-five years' experience in mining. G. C. SwALLOW. THE OLDEST FIRM IN THE CITY. Clarke, Conrad & Curtin HARDWARE and STOYES. We now have upon our floor the finest and most complete lines of all kinds of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, and at prices to suit everybody. Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers, Rubber (arden Hose, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Reels and Lawn Mowers IRON and STEEL IENING SUPPLIES. TELEPHIONE NO. 90.