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A GOLD MINE ON EVERY _LOT.
Recent Developments in the KENWOOD district, comprising the Bradford, Brooke and Syndicate Additions to Helena, make the above statement almost absolutely true." 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 KENWOOD Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service, insur ing purity and ireshness, 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. .W7ER.. BIUTH, X214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA. THE ENTRIES ANNOUNCED, Horses Which Will Compete for Trotting and Pacing Purses at Helena. In Spite of Daly and Clark the Meeting Promises Success A Large Number of Good Ones Will Be on aund-Complete Success Is Assured. Secretary Francis Pope, of the Montana state fair, makes the following announce ment of entries for the trotting and pacing events of the August meeting in Helena: TaoTTIN-o-$1,000, 2:30 CLAss; SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. Gregory, br. g., by Bishop, dam Ethel by Contractor-Ed Lafferty, Helena. Mnud Patchon, b. m., by Idaho Patchen, dam Maud W. W.-Suison Stock Farm, Suison, Cal. Ben Cole, b. g., by Ben Lomond, Jr., dam Mollie Cole by Cardinal-A. E. Bovett, Butte, Mont. Robbins, rn. h., by Black Walnut, dam Lady Lightfoot-W. I. Higgins, Deer Lodge. Tom Tucker, b. g., by Fieldmont, dam by Golddust-Lee Mantle, Butte. S. S., br. g.. by Ky. Volunteer, dam Ma. tilde by Springville Chief-H. Kirkendall, Helenn. Butte, br. g.. by Red Wilkes. dam by Messenger Chief-D. G. Bricker, Butte. TROTTrIN-$1,000, 2:27 CLASS; THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. Robbins, rn. b., by Blaok Walnut, dam Lady Lightfoot-W. I. Higgins, Deer Lodce. Ben Cole, b. g., by Ben Lomond, Jr., dam Mollie Cole, by Cardinal-A. E. Bovett. Butte. Cottonwood Chief,ohb. h., by Clarke Chief, Jr., dam °nnknown-Geoige W. Kratteer, Bozeman. Lady Maxim, br. m., by Maxim, dam Lady Greaves by Smuggler-H. Kirkendall, Helen". Florida, blk. m., by Montana Wilkes, dam Alberta by Dalgamo-H. Barbour, Helena. Ilton, b. h., by Tempest, dam Bonnetta by Com. Behuont-Lee Mantle, Butte. "D. G. I., blk. g., by Stillson, dam un known-D. G. Bricker, Butte. TuorTiNo-$1,O00, 2:24 CLAss; MaONDAY, AUGURT 24. Landy Maxim, br. in., by Maxim, dam Lady Greaves by Smuggler-H. Kirkendall, Helenn. Vera, b. m., by Kentucky Volunteer, dam aker. iolenn. Hylas Boy, b. g., by Hvlns, dam Cinder ella-Suiou Stock farm, Suison, Cal. Silver rIow, b. b., by Robt. McGregor, dam Eadie by Hambletonian 10-Williams & Morehouse, Butte Mont. Contrac tor, br. g., by Hultan. dam Madame Harding by Overland-A. Lewis, Helena. Don L. br. h., by Fieldmont, dam Nut mneg Maid by Thos. Jefferson-Sam Hand lor. Deer Lodge. Flo, ida, blk. m., by Montana Wilkes, dam Alberta by Dalgamo-H. Harbour, Helena. Katie S., blk. m, by Direotor. dam Alpha Medl.l by Happy Medium-Ed Lafferty, Hielonn. PAtlta--$l.000, 2:22 PACE-TUEsnDA, AUo. 25. Mikado, b. R., by Malm, dam Cicada by Cl'rluont--luntley & Clarke,''ostuon. Brilliantine, dun. m., by Brilliant, dam by IPlompter-H-uion Stook Farm, Baieon, Cal. Montann Wilkes, br. b., by Ried Wilkes, dam Eva by Lumber-H. Barbour & Co., lelenae. Gov. Toole, blue g., breeding unknown Jas. P. Poi ter, Helena. Irene B.. b. m., by Jay Bird, dam un known-ID. G. Bricker, Butte. TROTTINo-$1,000, 2:20 CLASs-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. Hylas Boy, b. a., hw Hylas, dam Cin derella-Suison Stock Farm, Suiton, Cal. Senator, b. b., by Echo, dam The Jones Mare, by Winthorp Morrell-Morgan Ev ans, Anaconda, Mont. - Steve Whipple, br. h.. by Whippleton, Jr.. dam by Whipple's Hambletonian-B. C. Holly, Vallejo, Cal. Contractor, br. g., by Sultan, dam Madame Harding, by Overland-A. Lewis, Helena. Katie S., blk. m., by Director, dam Alpha Medium, by Happy Medium-Ed Lafferty, Helena. Ida D., br. m., by Maxim, dam Nutmeg Maid, by Thomas Jefferson-D. G. Bricker, Butte. TROTTINO-$1,000. FREE FOR ALL; SATURDAT, AUGUST 29. Steve Whipple, br. b., by Whippleton, Jr., dam by Whipple's Hambletonian-B. C. Holly. Vallejo, Cal. Frank M., ch. g.. by Priam, dam by Gen. Dana-T. E. Keating, Sacramento, Cal. Silver Bow, b. h., by Robt. McGregor, dam Sadie by Hambletonian 10-Williams & Morehouse, Butte. Rati S., blk. m., by Director, dam Alpha Mledium by Happy Medium-Ed. Lafferty, Helena. Hylns Boy b. g., by Hylas, dam Cinder ella-Saigon Stock Farm, Suison, Cal. Contractor, hr. g., by Sultan, dam Mad ame Harding by Overland-A. Lewis, Helena. The free for all pacing for a purse of $1,000 set for Friday, Aug. 28, did not fill, Turk Franklin, owned by C. H. McLeod, of Miasoula, being the only entry. Aside from these fast classes named above, entries to which are closed, the state fair board in tend to offer purses for slower horses, en tries to close after the Butte meeting. That there are not as many entries this year as last for the Helena events is due to erroneous reports which were circulated in the south and west, and to provincial jeal onuy. Marcus Daly, it is reported on ex cellent authority, gave out in the south and west that he had taken his horses away from the state because the Anaconda races were off, and "there would be nothing to run for." This was used to the disadvant age of the Helena races, despite the fact that the association here was in existence twenty years before Anaconda was heard of. It influenced a great many California and Colorado ownerlto keep their horses away. Then again the Oregon people were a little jealous of the growing importance of the Monlana circuit. Some California horse men got as far as Portland and wore per suaded not to come this way on false repro sentations about the climate. Another thing which had its effoect was that W. A. Clark kines this meeting altogether with his string of six or eight trotters. He en ters his horses at Butte, and after that meeting leaven the circuit. In spite of these drawbacks Helena intends to have a big race meeting, and show the country that it is roasible to get along with stables which still holds fast to the queen city. UNITAR IAN BELIEF. Doetrines of the sect Noet. orth by One of Them. To 'lT'e INDrE'NDtfiNrT: As every faot in life hle a poetic, it has also a religions side, and the religions man is no longer he who considers certain subjects and those alone, but he who views all life in its religious as pects. Hlence it is true, as has been coin monly esserted, that in the common use of the term, Unitarians have no creed, not be cause they believe nothing, but because an adequato state-ont of religion, according to their couoierti'n, would have to touch upon all facts of life, and cannot therefore be reduoad to a compact foirmuln. There are, however, certain Irlnciplrs coinmonly held among Unitarians, and of those, first of all, It should be said that Unitarians are pledged to the notent ilo method in study ing religion, as in studyinig everything else. The unexampled pronIrees in knowledge during this generation is due very largely to the more consistent and rational appli cation of the scientiflo method which deals with faots at first hand. ]ut unfortunately that nmethod has not now universal accept. anoe as valid in religion. Unitarians, how eve,', hold that that evidence which would not convince a judge on the bench of a fact alleged, to have happened yesterday ought not to convince the same judge in the pew of a similar event alleged to have happened twenty centuries ago. We submit the doc uments bearing upon Jewish and Christian history to the same scrutiny and tests of trustworthiness that we apply to documents relating to Greek and Roman history. Be cause we give such unqualified adherence to the method of study prevalent among all branches of learning, the Unitarian is the only church which stands in no need of a parochial or denominational school. Uni tarians believe that two times two is four on Neptune and on the remotest fixed star, as well as on this planet; that the larger body attracts the smaller; that kindness and meanness are the same here as there. This is the basis of all sciedce, and to our minds and hearts interpreted in the words of the Psalmist, "The Lord thy God is one God omnicient in nature and manifest in it. But if God is revealed in nature, he must be most truly revealed in man, who is the crowning product of nature, and most truly of all in the heart of man. Hence we believe in the revelation of God, which came through Jews of Nazareth, as the perfect example of Godliness, and ever appears in all that which is good. We also believe that all other religious systems, such as Buddhism. Mohammedanism, and Confucianism are the broken arcse whose perfect round we find in the Christian con sciousness inspired and guided by the teach ing of Jesus. But what has Unitarianism to say of the futuro? Believing that God is love, we trust the prophecies of human love as promises of the eternal love, and since the hope of immortal life is the deepest and one of the best in human experience we be lieve that that hopeconstitutes God's prom ise of its fulfilment. But since death marks no changes in the moral character, the manl who has been selfish here will be selfish there, the mant who has found pleasure in evil must be wretched there, where evil desires must be ungratified. Hence for the selfish and impure nman there must be suffering hereafter in the presence of perfect love and purity. But sin in its very nature leads to death, to nothingness, hence there are two possibilities for the sinful soul, annihilation or restoration, and as we believe in the mighty love, we ti u.t 'the larger hope. It is clear then that the salvation can only be attained by the trans formation of the nature from selfishness to love which shall be at peace with the eter nal love. No.Unitarian believes that we are saved "bf our own good works." Sal vation is in the loving heart alone. It is neither by creed nor by character. All Unitarian belief, therefore, is involved in their thought of God as infinite love, tnd in the two commandments of love to (Gdr and love to mian are contained all the law and the prophets. UNIrAitIAN. Death Front Kidney i)lseaae Is thoeunfortunate and nntituely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Otegon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to ruro all forms of kidney troubles. 'Take it in time. Hlow to Prevent lRoughness of the Skin. During cold, dry, windy weather this question saitates the mind of every ladv in the land who prizese o smooth, soft skin. There is nothing moor harthn sa and eflfet ive thyl Wisdom's Violet (arnam for pre. venting and eradicating the ill cllucts of soerre weather. T'r it. AUltoularto eraters. But time changes minds as well as mln. ners, though even now whentr making changes from one circle to another, it often requires that adaptability which conld be said found in one who has automatic man. ner., However, such radical changes not only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but alas 'a the conveniences and luxurtlot affordt mankind. Railroad travel is one iinstane. A few years ego, comparatively, one had to consume much vnlnahbl timte in an unnnm. tnrtable way to make what is now thought nothi( g of as a ntkht's journey in a sleeper. The most modern equipment and trans poltation facilities can be found on the reat trains of the Minneapolis & Et. Louis railway to Chicago, St. .ouls, liot Springs, Kansas City, etc. lnquire of any sgelnt o the company, or C. M. Pratt, geneoral tike~g sad paesoaer agent. Mineaselus. Mits. ORS. LIEBIC & GO. Will open office at MERCHANTS -:- HOTEL, Aug 1, remaining to Aug. 7, 1891, and on same dates will visit Helona each month thereafter. The Oldest, Most Successful, and Only Reliable San Francisco Specialists, Surgeons and Physicians, Who havethe majority of Patients under treat ment in Nan lFranaisco and on the Pacifio Coast for the followmg diseases, are now in Butte City. All requiring export meodical or surgical services oan be treated by the great Pacific Coast Doctors, now in Btutte City, with out having to visit Ban Franciscit Entrance to Liebig World Dispensary. 8 lEas Broadway, corner Main Btreet. Drs. 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Syphilis. tlonourriu.at ic.et, Varitcocle etc. Dra. I iebig A ( o. are the only qutlitiod or re sponeiblo epoiialiaet left in lMountana since the new medical law. )flieR Iitiour from9 to It andl 7 to 8 p. m.; or by pp*lienni t ill obscure onr r ilrtilt cas(es. ('ONSULTATItON I(ICIZ. Anoy fur l)r. ]Liebig's lnvigorator at Ion, L 1t w iat.l. Stet. NI. O Ott(E O A 'IfT')N TO (UT't Ttl EIII - -Il aceor'danco wit h the iPr.viiontii of ortI ioni i, ruloeailln r 't oationt rtnet'i iled Iy t.he hoIItIora ble Poecritarty of tim mitorior. tiny r . 18il. I, th *- ,n d'rniul oi,h.tnby givc ntiI i', !hlt at thoxt i; tion tY twteny-one d|ayn iroan lire te,'t pnhlisation o)f IIdi. u,~.loc, , I Will tnuto writtio:t al,,licatillo to tio hon, rblh ttrrtnt) t tho intlt:rior for nll thority ito ut at d romt'tin nill ith itichaital,,t, oaNw-loir. pint, dir ant to)narack tintt)ii ott the following dirnribod publ iIn t1, t~ wit: Htrint a rertat.i polnt it Ilu. rnolln. land tyinlti niotrth of nutoioi.i.n i ultt . (i.iu., I. . 2l w.iaind rIiunniutt orth I frontlll ail i Clione Iabot onio ai l ltno-half mililo Ito lani of Inol .ti;n, onlltailuio abllt. two it(uioiil normi uilil Ilo\iti t,.|unrnvi t.(,ttO.tOtfrot of tPier, tic nd tittam.an.k Iinlurni Panll land I. k lot ni't u-it. tllL t nt tatulntutl to tigrhillttour. and lohnttcd in MItsaoula county in t ta matt, ou Nt.utitana. MONT sANA tUiM IIElt AND l'F'O. CO. t'1.tITJAM ' IItioMiittON., hlntlaor. F'irmrt tiblicatioll no t IV. lat. lthe pIart iplll t hithorttO exilting iundtr tho i ~t" ' * lllttitto ti 'lla.lu t Ilt ri l I, itr. y ilmutulr c iii tiII tinvt ai ; uli t tONI, iSM)l:nsovoi 1. I It. (httutive will oionlu t l the rtmploymnto tna'n,, Iit m ii' aitu t.ttiiO.i. 24 itltidi 'it wtiot, iioatt nttl rlltiutnI luihtlitni t. :and will I.t h.)nd at tihout i f Annitatpt i. Iatt. ct'oitur oft .'.:at fnull rintllil utroot. il It luino t to tuutlt.l wibth the at.ive nlnl ul) to lHtt, wrill Io nt II ,.t liy i, W'. leath, WV. IltltiitltlT l' IIANLII. L, W. UIATli. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the plaoe of the ordinary mill tables and operate close uo, to the batteries, or it works with splendid results on the :ailings from other am lngamating devices It is CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT, and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, n matter how fine, and the foured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating apparatus. '1 here are very many places in Montana where the Cook Amalgamatoi 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 tim plae of State Mine Inspeotor. I am now prepared t9 exami.e and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have ha, forty-five years' experience in mining. G. C. SWALLOW. THE OLOEST FIRM IN THE CITY. Clarke, Conrad& Curtin HARIDWARE and STOVES. We now have upon our floor the finest and most complete lines of all kinds of I IOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, and at prices to suit everybody. Refrigerators, lee Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers, Rubber (Gardein Hose, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, hlose Reels and Lawn Mowers. I TON and STEEL MINING SUPPLIES. TELEIPI:-IONIj NO. 90.