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_THE BEE* HIVE
No one will dispute the fact that The Bee Hive is the live and pushing house of Hel ena, and that the aim of the proprietors is to give the greatest val ue for the least money. New bargains are be ing added every day and prices given are as advertised. Our ad vertising is not done to mislead buyers, but every statement con tained are facts and we aim to live up to them. We know no dull times, as we make prices so low that cus tomers are bound to buy. Our goods are bought by us, to be disposed of, and not for show, as our heavy shipments during the past few months will readily show. Follow ing we mention a few bargains for this week. .~l THE BEE HIVE *.i~ Sol. Genzbergxer & Co., 5 N. Main Street. GENERAL NEWS OF THE STATE, Billings. Sheriff Ramsey. as administrator of the Burr estate, is selling a band of stock horset this week. Word has been received that Ashby Con rad, formerly of Billings, is now in thl banking business at Kalispell and is cash ier of the First National bank at that place. E. D. Weed, United States district attor nev, calne down from Helena tils rllrri-,Trur and to-day the examination before United btatet. Comunissioner tlaUmpbell in the mlat ter of Fred Partello, charged with the crime of rape, will be disposed oif. On or about August let daily communi cation by stage will be ha l with the uiar lington & Missouri River railroad from Sheridan. Wyo. An arrangement was en tered into by and between Sheridan county and the railhoad comnuny to further this end, the railroad company guaranteeing to complete the wagon road to the county line if the cnnty would build it front there to Sheridan. Assessor Sam l)d-verell has finished thle assessment of all proper ty within the bounrls of Yellowstone county for 1t91. Owing to the fact that the state board of equali-za tion ilrust first Ipass upon ths valuationr of railroarl p1operty, actual tigures can inot yet be given, but at lanst year's vswu.:tion of itLhe sste property the ssasessld value of prorety amounts to $14,25t,0,000, its against $2,'00,000r lnst year, exclusivte ot resel vitioni assessments. An increase of 5i' per cent. in the number of sheep in the county is noted. About the Iltth of last month I'. L. Hiow ell drove aI lirge band of sheep up from the Wyoming rair:gc and had theum shorn on tih open pratirie lrnear Hunticy. A heavy rcini storm c rrniit.ncrd shortly iafter Ih. had fin ished shearing, anld thie wool wotas tilor oughly dtlllampenedlt, Ilot being unllder COver. For three weeks it has been exposed to he elements. atnd It is now extremely doubtful whether or not the vdol is wortil shipplt:g, as the long exposure has c llrnartd nrlnea of it1 to rot, and woruts hlt llllde htavoc with it. This experi.nce will probably cost At Howell $5,i)000. Dier L-odtge. Williams Brrs. ime busy shi.p shearing thits week it the n.erp ranch lniar tin to . They tepl.rt i goora yield rinld nice clean fleece. Miss Katie liohrs i erxpeetinga visit frn,, her cousr . 31iss ll-erth;i lohr-, of iariet port, lawn. \w,,- will spend thll n alllllltin r months in this city. (illtheil ui nc r .:e: been sit nn ,.t (l rt irnnrrnr- irg tl;.t lre dltie, of tih, Ie- r l rudge I '"lti snd ti[ err . " : " , I, 't I,' o rl r'' lil u fronil July 2, 3 and I to July 4, G; aunlt 7. town Mornday. 'JIhe gentlemrli re po<rts very an d it, . ,, :,t,. 11', Th . , r only running on about half tinr.. etirehnt e .rri r, iof tr h (;:dthi: n \ litii, l,.!i Surltc;!h . m ut to h r i.i :Iil e . t,,,In :lrI - fori t rt p tlie t (in |\|viit"y , llrt ilr tr icir h,) t,. in thre i.lacr i,-l. ii rlt.. r10- . l, ui is l. les n Sat nitrdi- for lin. --unrrll . v i le;l,,! ; l. w ill tir v ly t. 1 , i -l i will tr " io ,:r r irri f. Ill -" ,0 I-. , co tre-in tni ron-i A - n.t In coinn iert;it with thu di htatIl of iilt oil r to train il,- stt Iren , it It r ,ti-le , in it! - tary trictlic. At iT[oront, lire will attend tlh, tis r' -, I 1l t.it literLntiaitud 'I irnl a tei o i nn - vention Fart ISir-it Mr. Itobert lIaiunkenlaker, of IHox Ela-tr, crossed 11 -trla of nuttnl vwethetres ,v r the irou blt idge to the si-outh sile ofi the tins sourt to-dli. lie ptrcehasesi tele oif \lr ganit Williate, arnd will dhrive ths- l 1- , i , ranch to ii, l ti i s bantd of mtuttort uwetters for Shlpnent ait. Iessr'-. D. A. Mtchiell, F. M. ttint-hrt and F. W. Stinchairt, of Manley Juuction, Umbrellas and Parasols. 20-Inch Black Slk Parasol, Natural Wcod and Silver Handles, WORTH 92.50. ONLY $1t60. 24-Inch Ladise' Silk Umbre!la, Natural ,Wood ar.d Oxidized Silver Handlee, WORTH $2.75. ONLY $1.90. 26-Inch, all Silk Umbrella, Assorted Handles. WORTH $3.00. ONLY $2.00. 28-Inch all Silk Umbrella, Assorted Handles, extra quality, WORTH $4.00. ONLY $2.75. Fancy Colors Parasol, Assorted IIan dlas, at Cne-Half Frice. Children's Parasol in Solid and Fancy Col.rs, 350. and 50c. 26 Inch lielvetia Silk Umbrella, As sortcd 1iandles, WORTH $2.75. ONLY $1.75. Fancy Goods Department. 1 lot ladies' Lisle Thread G5C Gloves, - - 1 lot misses' Lisle Thread )5C Gloves, - - t 1 lot ladies' Silk Plaited 25C Gloves, - - 1 lct mi ses' Silk Plaited 25C G:ove' , - - 1 lot ladies' Fast Black )0C( Hose - - uJ 1 lot children's Ribbed x)[IC Fast 13.ack Rose, - 2UU 1 lot Irish Linen Towels 25C 1 lot ladies' Summer 25C Vests, three for - 1 lot misses' Summer 25C Vetts, three for - U 1 lot children's Summer 5 Vests, three for - These goods were b ught by our New tork buyer at a bankrupt sale, and 'annot be replaced at abrve :ices. Iowa. have been in iho city for a few day past looking for range horses. They closet aI dealyesterday with Mtlsi. Edward iirli for six ear loads-ahout 1,0 hesd-whic they will .hip !rom Fort Blienton statioin at soon as suitale) stock cars can reach bhere Mlr.Jlamas McDtovitt, of Fort Conrad, this counlty, has brou,,ht two suits :against the Great Falls & Cana a railway-one for $15,00D nrid rnottr,, foe .t;.0tie. The ia:st is for the vatlne of ,;0 head of e',ttle which the plaintiff had rueningr at and near Fort Conrad, on the rane, anRld which were run over and killed by the cars of said railway. thle cattle b!ing skinued by employes of said Iailroad and the hides secreted to destroy the er;dncs of the killing. The second is for the destruction of a water ditch, which ruine:l ,lalntil's crops and de.troyed the value of his ranch, etc. The papers in tho suit were solved a few days toia~,. A novel industry is liable to be devel oped in (Choteau cotunty in connection with her wool growing business, if many such wonthtrfutl tinds aire matle as fell to the god ftrtune of Levi Stubbletield, a sheep she;ter of .ilton. (th'. Stlthletirld was slearing for Johtn F. l'Patteron a short tilme ,:no and found ribteddedt n the 00wool on the back of a sheep Ihe was sheating ai spatrkling rotltive Miontan diamotid. 'The shining stone attr'cted Stubbhlfiehl's at tention itmmertdiaitely, owing to its intense brillinucy. Last evening hie camet into IFort Ilenton and had the stone examlined_ ord test(1., wh(en it was discovered beyond Ithe possiility of a doubt that it is a oenu ine ditutmond iin thie rough about half the size of at largeo marrowfat pea. G(ran tsdale. VWorktoen are engaged in repairing the bridge at tlie river near the, sawmtill and lulmetr hitlllsng will soout be re-;ullried. T. l. saillt and soite, of ltunnewell, Mo., ore, expi'tetc-I heret in abouttt threue weeks. Mr. t'allitt is oteo f tr h capit:tlists who is inttr oshted iU dlineral hill quartz. irastithnt Ttole, of the t. t. 1). Co., went t ti--rttl-t Moundtay to utrt his wof', who wias :ik'ht iv injur,,d itt ta-eiroad acre dirlt, Oi thie Yt:ltowstolsne wiilu eii route from the eatst. Ab( ltt the r-,1t1t :tf itt5l) Weas subscrielle t Ilst i-laturdav 't'nd bteti t itiglt a road thrort.rh tlle iw tt Ilttt t.d lrer:ry, thence across thie revtr. Tr h-t riad is fo tr tilti acc'ottodation of ieo-lnt '-usiti''ht and f.,im iCaniam tlraih ie. ( hotesti. Mnrs. W. tF. . (:, y. mtther of (ICharles W. l:tr itil'l.itd 'rot it. I it f this wteek lit nd it ntkt. 'r t- , mI I ,tt-s r viiil t to hr srtal. te::ke ;';,uth at - tiw-d fttme it tetpit tthe ['.*(II IIL ! r, (i ]o ll ,*, ,.'tlh :tb Jlhldt Ih . r*,L,(L L'tS h itn hrid- :. lrheotitr I 'atlI onl 1 veritable ht li~qd tlll. yo.,r. n.It l attr 10,) -vnranI r(.tu:ned¢ from hlis by I tylltf .i- ('C " le~t " ),I il te ,tr~t.l !|' ~y ':n,, :a ,er M tc,.i .t it:zie corre t. -, ,, Iii, . r,',. titrtil i no eirl U'lr: ilr h )tiv,', lil '- Il ttt t.ii I~~tcllll.'] ( ', In.hit !,.j ]:.'( pr l~l l5Il, wllr. I ed locrul0,i:< at he, LF:d It tvo -gir'-'.W-e-.srnst. -itt:nh a th cii attge ofsndi 0 ,w2 0Mn .Io sup ri '.tttit C. Vt r o.i- t'-t Ci' ' ' I 1t ; tnn stir t i-. i ' tilt'r ' JJii[ sl'd r d r t t .- i'i I: 1 ' r ah ra' Intl , tra. ,r iroe i t tr ii c'a' ,. . bCr-ittt' Acliilci. 1 t< tri ii i Mr itthtier., i its'h talri ,,ltt sl use d t lire stW rl' visitS t lit , " r , .d t tO tit-tt r-httrtn. l'tintd i .,, t hii ,'t irhleicdi' ,, sri tutu ite Atl r, n wttra led th e~cltito: 1rhy L, lhttidud u'e rO Specialty Oepartment, A perfect Nursery Stove, en tirely new, fills a long felt want-should be in every family-this week, - 25c Curling Irons, - 15c Curling Iron Heaters, - 2oc Eldridge Potato Masher and Fruit Press (new), - 5oc Patent Pie Plate Turner, 20c Stationary Coffee Mill, - 6oc Sink Brush, - - 5c Patent Chimney and Bottle Cleaner, - - zoc Shelf Paper, all colors, per book, - - - 5c Household Ammonia, I6-oz. bottle, - - - 20C Sewing Machine Oil, - Ioc Large size Putz Pomade, ioc SHEET MTJSIC. We are still headquarters for Sheet Music at zo CENTS PER COPY, and have placed standing orders for new music to be shipped weekly. Remember that we sell you any and all kinds of SHEET MUSIC, Vocal and Instrumental at zo CENTS PER COPY. Catalogues furnished on appli cation. Mail orders solicited. much that every one of us was mellow al over." His lietahllors took a persona twist in his preacunlg. The church gol into a row in which the defendant toot sides against the minister, so that he was designated by Huntress as the "domina ting personality" in the contest. Aftel Mr. Huntress was dismissed the contest was still kept up. The jury lgave Huntross one cent d.nmages.-9prinafield ioepublican. "Where a re you goi, mly prity litid?" t'nin 'ft for I orinto. Sir," she -ait." "May I go with you, my pro:ty na d?" "Yes, if you cuse tIe Waliash, sir," she eaidl. Fonrthl of July Excursion. On account Fourth of July, 1891, the Northern Pacific railroad will sell excursion tickets between all points in Mon tana within t10 miles at rate cf fare and one-fifth for the round trip. Tickets on salo July 3 and 4. Good to return until July 5. A. D. EDc;ox, Gen't Agt. CIas. S. FeE, G. P. & T. A. Freight Rates. The Union Pacific is prepared not only to make the same freight rates from Duluth and West Superior to Montana comruton points its are made by northern lines, but ollfreight tratlicreaching lilwaukeo or Chi cago from the east via the lakes, destined to Montana commolion poitts, will mllak same rates as can nllbmade via the lakes and D)uluth or West Superior, this route via Milwaukee or Chicago being much quicker. Ii. U. Witr,":., F. A -'. A.. 28 North Malin street. California Exeltrson lIates. The Union Pacific will sell on the 15th of next month rounl trill xcursilon tickets a follows: IButte to S!ln Francisco via l'r!t land or Ouden. toth directions, $7.: F;an Flrailcisco, goinlg via Portland anll return inu via O()len, or vice ver sa. $9,1: to Los Angeles, going and returning via 'ortland, entering ,an Franlcisco in one dicetionl either comelt or returning.. $4g; to Ia, An geles, goiltg via 'ortlanid and S.ui Fratn cimlo and retauninug via acraumento andl The1 above tickets are good going sixty (c) tlndas antd goodL for return palssaige aily' timll within six monllOths from dlate of sa!e. "rTho:se desiring to take idvantage of these rates mlly cal, 11o or adlldrss t11. 0. Wiysir, F. P'. A.. :'S North Mlain street. 'How to I'revent Iu:lhllllnsr of lls' skiu. D)uring coldl, dry, windy weather this l!uestld Iaitilts tllS mInId of (eer i.:ndv in the lanl1 whoill Irizes a1 sllmoIih, soft ,iiii. 'hrte is nothing ]ll)ote lImles st nd effe'ct ive thanl \\Wisuom's Vio(let ()rI am for pr( venting and cltaudeitilg the ill cllect.iof severe weathe. '1 ry it. Only Forty I)ollars to PuI'l lo U1111 Retrll. 'to those dils irtctg to atind tilhe spetl: i, of tth- ('olorado mineral pna1"cn at I'ublh, Jluly 4, thi I l ,on l e'a eliv \will ,II11 ti:lets it ono far,, for tie routnd tai on ,tlul, 1 sad Y. 'rli(,kfh , 1()| ,) 1(tu kft uLntil at d tl. cludini: July :1i. 11. U. \VI't ;n, 1F. I' I'. A., .' ,Ni tt .,l:mllt street. I Ii nyll I X:llenr~,l 'T'hc. Norilhrot l'Vamic r'.tell will A.ll Sl ill.:V t Xrul ior tl' l... (dIi:0e. . the 0 1nll sillr a l one hit'l, f"" tli of lIoll: tr:.i fronlt 1, ltor.lnl , II talrt i, lh,uD d,'"r r l.t "-I 'I)mles A 111, i'.il-boai, 10 1or Lod, ,e, nidm W.rin r' i1' In ltl d rl t I ,I' . w'l k L +'I i ,ne . :I il,. Ni(llltta w ItIt1 MIhii nI.s. lays, tod to riet.u.' until Molday follow.ng. A. I). l':,sieu, (lu-'L Act. trih I. ( .i icl ,. . 'I tan ly ri el.A. tlrouu ill to ' tim for it tahr of oyrart '1 i +ain of our esttltizels hlve o ,one to (':ma lt , i''1 It can ollit h+e WihJ Il tat W ', ~r" ,l ohl of ,da ht look at til tI" ac. ern. I nlhb :tos fh+orite t -lIdin. WN'e 8lole rtl d h L t sil, will .-.'ttlh the +ue. tion+ of ca ni-. it.lli. Ity the war, i+vteryodv is gosig vie the \\Ii bush rotd. If you w, not wlash to trav.l ol'l , or in bad Iollall, h e alllt iI" frm:[ Chicago. 'I wu dully traIL- right through to 'loroutu. FIREWORKS! Dealers wishing to put in a supply o: Fireworks for the 4TH OF JULY, will do well to aive us a call. We have Assorted Fireworks, put up in cases ready for shipment, at $4 TO $52.50 PER CASE. according to quantity wanted. Every case has a full assortment. We sell these gooods at WHOLESALE ONLY. Gent's Furnishing Goods, I lot men's Summer Under- f0 wear, per suit, - i I lot men's Lisle Thread $1 O0 Underwear, per suit, r lot men's Balbriggan $1.25 Underwear, per suit, 0 I L i lot men's Fast Black Half 2sj Hose, - - L I lot men's Colored (fast) ) ý Half Hose, - L ti I lot men's Silk Ties, all rj Shades, - - L C i lot fancy Suspenders, 25c I lot men's fancy border 20c H. S. IHandkerchiefs, I lotmen'simported Dog Skin Walking Gloves,0 l .I JU Summer Ties, all styles, 10C only - - - Goods must move at prices quoted above if quality is taken into consideration. R. G.S, GODHART. The Examiner and Contracting Senior Physician of the Celebrated and Renownoed DR. LIEBIQ & GO. Liebig World Dispensary, KANSAS CITY, BUTTE CITY and SAN FRAN CISCO, Has Offices and Private Rooms for Free Consultation, -AT TIIE Merchants Hotel, Helena, JULY 1st TO 5th. Private Office: Room 15. aEw CALL EARLY .ea3 as Offices will be Crowded the Last Day. Special Treatment for and Wonderful Cures madr of all , CHRONIC, PlIlVATE AND WASTING DISEASES, tye. Ear, Nose, Throat. Blood and Skin, Liver nod Kidneys, (Gleot, Stricture. Varicocolo, Ilydro. sole, I.ous of Vitality, Seminal t We:knese, Neerv ,ohe Dl)bility and I rrmaturo Ioecline in Young, Middle Aged, or the Old. Brace . Appliances, Trnser., LlEatic Stockings for Variceerle condti :ionu. Aptaratls for all deforuo,tes made for tach and rvery cace. 'Ihis will be a rare opportunity to consult the ,ld doctor. CCUM.MtNS IN TitE DISTitI('T ('OURI' OF S ti,' Fir-t ,huticial I)istrict of thi Stole of Moon a, in and for the cilunty of lt wis and t'larko. ( htr I. Nalley, plaintiff, ts. ('harles II. Natlcy. del,e,,lanzm 'li e, ri. tein t' r lrit a sonds grettirng to the aove, nn:clrer ddf,,rnIrdnt., YVII retre hI roei re er',llr! tol) i)vtrrra in en untion broerht orga rct ye, Fh ti,. ateb,ve a ,It'l ,Initlitf in tth dintticutrtttlrt ir ti i it , jrlj it:aI ii, tretji of hi" vtae t ,f b tllutra,.. iln Id ft r lhn coullnty of .Lowl, i nt i , alt ilrk e It + tll\te r tLte eutrnilp i t file. t1 ,rio . wiltlin t n iI , ' , rnrrlusive, of tit rday of ervi, ,.1 fer th e , ,, trviro , n y)u if this ulltt I;, i; .r, 1 .vthr l l hi (co(Int y; r. if wittl Ill n r, iso w i tlhin forty hays, or t (iltrio It I,+ ll- d of tit llr t Irl t ii t mrtidn rt your nvi rti, r toI , t ore r:, crf ei d "i itir l e . t oys, r r i., no Fli ri d i"r" 1 Ic. to ta 1 ,ratit yre, rte, i rr:.it rlit r , "t . 'r l nt IrI,, thl . glH'ldc Jf W i ll,: , - th, ,+ ai .Iill by II , lh :eo l ao ni If I I rtir fl ,I t th. axft|e wit ,o the in+to tl 11 ri r l:r I gl, a!id habitual drunlllk nll Fr, -o r' ' t, . h r ,,rr t tha ,on yoor l ast , fit ! r 'if, x-s,,, y b, t a. Ilaintilt, of tle IIIIr I, of ,tlt I' f i I ltnd etlndant amttl for h ll." o ,"t . Al y, atre h .rhvy nti tIel if you fatll toi agorr o anti atII :hoe ( o L'irt a f or t re el irto al.r d d ia o th , l ,ll ,, . iivrn lrdrr r mTy hol ,fil tihe steal of the fli trietr cour.tlt l, Fir-t j.hcinl dstrict of,, tht . stalte o Monttnn, it ant for the, county of Uiwis aid ('lark', thin to nth rny tf Ittun. in thel y,.l r tI ot r lord, onte It.. and eight hundred anli nintoly-on,. J- JIHIN BEAN. Clerk. Stintl I-it ri y it. I'l. ton t,., C(lurt lo t 11 ' IilltI ep ty tyolerk. li . ,lDtl 1. S ). S. W'Ide,i . y. Atr. lro l'latntlff. Notion Department, Imported Tooth Brushes, Ioc Imported best quality Tooth Brushes, - - 25c Playing Cards, - moc Corset Stays, - Icc Dress Shields, - - ioc Elastic Gartering, per yard, ioc Scented Glycerine Soap, per box - - 25c Fancy Toilet Soap, four pieces, per box, - 25c Cocoa Castile Soap, - 5c Fancy Toilet Soap, - 5c Court Plaster, per paper, - 5c China and Lamp DEPARTMENT. Decorated Dinner Sets, 11 pcs., Brown, Blue and Green, Worth $22.50. Price $16.50. Decorated Chamber Sets, Bee Hive Special Pattern, Worth $5.00. Price $3.75. Carlsbad China Tea Set, 56 pcs., Gold Band, Worth ýI8.oo. Price $12.00. White Ironstone Chinaware in open stock, at greatly reduced prices. Glass Stand Lartip, with Burner, Wick and Chlumney complete, Worth 5o cts. Price 25 cts. Decorated Vase Lamp, Shade and Vase to match, Duplex Burner, Worth $5.00. Price $3.25. Bisque Finish, ditto, Worth $6.oo. Price $3.75. Hand-Painted Vase Lamp, with Shade to match, Worth $0o.oo. Price $6.oo. 22nd Annual EXHImTION 1891 DIRECTORS: 1891 L H. Horshfiold. C. A. Broadwator. W. A. Chessman, Franciis rpe. A. .J. Davidson, T. 11. Ileinschmidt B. H. Tatem. C. 1). Hard, H. M. Parchen. THE Montana State Fair Opens at Helea, Aug, 22, and Continues Seven Days. $25,000 Aye Ofiered in Premiums and Purses, Entries for Premiums close Saturday, Aug. 22, and no entry will be received after that date. Entries for the following Trotting and Pacing Purses close JULY I: Trotting, $1,000 2:30 Class Trotting, " 2:24 Pacing, " 2:22 " Trotting, " 2:20 " Trotting, " 2:27 " Pacing, " Free for All Trotting, " Free for All Send your address to the sec retary for the Premium List. The additional inducement of Half Rates from all points in Montana on all railroads, makes the occasion a lit :and proper time to pay the Capital City a visit. A. J. DAVIISON, President. FRANCIs POPE, Secretary. * Gutlery j De partme t. 9-inch Nickel-Plated Steel 25C Shears, for - - 2 5C 8-inch Nickle-Plated Steel q Shears, for - - LUL 7-inch Nickle-Plated Steel uj 5 Shears, for . . 6-inch Nickle-Plated Steel 2qC Shears, for . . Gentlemen's Nickle-Plated q Steel Pocket Scissors, L C Ladies' Nickel-Plated Steel Trimming Scissors q J Button-hole Scissors, with a Screw Attachment, 25C All sizes Scissors and r Shears, for - - 25C 1-2 Dozen Silver-Plated Tea Spoons, for - 5JC i-4 Dozen Silver-Plated Table Spoons, for - L C 1-4 Dozen Silver-Plated Table Forks, for - LIJ The above Goods are worth three and four times amount asked for them, and are SPECIAL BARGAINS. 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 tervico on The Dining Gar line. through Pollman 1th o:ius ('are and Fuirnished Touribt Sleepers Laiy b :,woo I pulltt in MONTANA -ANW ST. PAUL, IINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. 1'a:fio ('oast Tains 'assiing ti .unig Mlinntesota Nolh ,)akotai. lent:a. llaho. Oregoit and Washington, .airy comnpleto pvquin!lp t of PULLMAN PALACE oLItFaPINGi CAIS, FIRST & SECOND CLABM ('COACHES, PULLMAN 'I OUi;IST AND FIILE CI:OLNIAL SLIFEIERILS & ELIE:iUAN'T IININGi CAlilS TIIItOUfiII TICKEI'Tr rl eold at all enoinon ottiiosof thi Noil'.or! r 'a 'ofi,' It. II.. t, Iioras North, East, F onth and \West ill the United Statos and Cani t. TIMI NCIHIUI)IL!.E. In offeoct on and aft ,r Sunday, NMarch 29, 189L1 TRAINS AtltIYE .'P IELEtiNA. No. 1, PaI' li Mail, west bould ........ 1:3 p. t No.2, Atlantic mail. ast btoIas .. ......10:40 p. lI No. 5, l.ogitat and t . e 1 'nssa Pslllngser 'ois netirg ait Ligan with railo si'. N. 1,e'io IEi preai., westL Ihond .... 1:30 . mt No. i, A1 icssoelia and Hto Ius Express ..... 1.:50p. 111 No. ,. Mary.svilloi iasi'nlsr........ 11:10 a. m No. lli, MAlrsvillj aoeiiiiloitntiso. .... :3.1 p. m No. 1t2, liini mixeId, Mondiiiays. Wod soidav.rais i rits s.i' .. . ... 5:00 p. tin No. It. Wlrkes, B:,ldor ani Elkhorn passesngr ................... ......10:25 a. m No. 1, m'aeilii ,al. \u,,t w tbI hotl ........ 1:50 p. in No. 2, Ailltlltio Inil. sant Ib ondi ..... 10:5r . Pa rotullueutlin: with train NI,. i tt ,igall. Atl'nti exlrelen i nit htIot.......... 4:t0 im No. 5, ii. a i titlla l :sBtti Express..... SO: a. in N .,. . Mt sy'ivilln I: a c ,u'..,l r .... ......... 7: , nor No. p, aryrsvillnl ,, lti, n & siniio ....... 3:00 p. m NO. 101. Rin.iti tlixed, Mondays, V'tl' oit n ays illt i r Flriians. .e...... 8:15 aL m Iki. 10. Whckes, iniulder asid Cikhorn PIss.xung.r ... ....... :30 p- m Gror ratos, mapN:, tirl: tables ior tci:l in lr olatioll, apply hi aly agent of 4hlls orilhurt, 'a" Dituc W. -i. t, to CIRASi. S. FEEl , A. D. E hDGAR. Gn ln :s. 1 't'. - AgSt., iopersli Agent, hl'. P'AUL. MINN (l'or. 1s:itu & Grioland sl.. lhx, nO. Miont. IHE [OAIRTHERN * Railvay Lines. Montana Central Railway. Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra Iway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific By, TIlE GRIEAT TlHROUGH SYSThI! I A solid through train of Sltvir,. 1iltlinjl ('ar. Day Con,'h.s 1nol l'r ," ('olonlal S)hlpera , to !launpl,li. St. l'nul, Dit - lut h, 'Oesot ISui.rior anti .1 hl. C 'ity. 10 o io tinirti, ns for Chiu'og,,. Now York. liolton uil alnl Eastern ('ities. Urntil ftrlther notien Iralhm will runi tns fll-ws: A.IM,... . All 'AIhTAIN4IL II I ... 'Alt. I-MI n. . ..Alltn tie lar . .. .. 11:10 a.It. ":0 p. to. .....l'.cil'' :r , .. i2:15,f . Ii 1. . lw Itensua , _uhit,. I oral 5'IO Ill. tihl,,iig car IMrih., tickts. linis table, iii. it hrp t and Citly 'ricktt Ofti,, Ns. i,. ,Nuitt unin .,,rlptl. IC. . i'r '.s. City 'l'ikot Agent. ii. II. LanLYx 0(. 1'. L'1'. A.t., M. C. !'1.