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The Campbell Engine Company Makes a Trial of the Novel Force. It Is a Plan Which Has Been Tried in France and Germany, but Failed. Buat J. I1. Campbell Believes That II. Has Struck It--Advantages Claimed for the Process. There may be nothing new under the sun, but there are lots of new ways of applying old forces. The Campbell Engine company has been struggling for a number of years to perfect a new and practical method of applying ammonia in the production of power. They think they've done it, and yesterday gave a public exhibition of the apparatus as applied to a tugboat. By one of those amusing paradoxes which crop out in Gilbert's operettas and corpor ative nomenclature, the Campbell Engine company doesn't make engines. The nov elty of the thing is outside of the engine. The engines now in use are good enough for it. What the company proposes to do is to furnish a gas that shall run the old engine with a less consumption of fuel than the most improved steam boiler requires. That Ras is ammonia gas. The idea of running an engine by ammonia gas is not new, either. In fact it's old enough to vote. A French chemist, Tellier, is supposed to have been the first to suggest it. The French government spent a great deal of money experimenting with it. So did Germany. But it didn't work economi cally. J. H. Camobell, the inventor of the apparntus used yesterday. thinks he has de veloped a method of handling the gas by which former difficulties are overcome, and yesterday's exhibition went far toward ens taining his clatn. It is all a question of condonsation, says the New York Tribune. Tbis will be un derstood better by a brief review of the theory. When steam alone is used to drive nn engine, the water has to be raised to a temperature of over 300 degrees to turn it into steam under a pressure of 100 pounds to the square inch. Ammonia turns from a liquid to a gaseous form under the asnme pressure at the temperatu e of sixty degrees. It would seem possible, therefore, to gener ate a given quantity of ammonia gas to run nn engine at 100 pounds pressure with a much less expenditure of beat and conse quent consumption of coal than is required to generate the same quantity of steam at the same pressure to do the same work. But the trouble has been to get that ammo nia nas back into liquid formn after it has pone through the engine, so that it can be used over again. Ammonia costs too much to be discharged into the air and lost after one using. It can't be condensed at ordi nary temperatures and fed back into the boiler. Steam can be con densed by eimnly bringing it into contact with water or into a water-jacketed re ceiver. Ammonia must be reduced to forty degrees below zero before it will condense to liquid of its own free will. This was the difficulty. Mr. Campbell avoids it by using the affin ity which ammonia has for water. One volume of water will absorb 700 volumesof ammonia. The solution forms aqua am monza, which is the article known to com zueroe and the household. After the am monia gas has done its work in driving the piston up and down in the cylinder it is led through a pipe into which a jet of water is shot, injector fashion. This water sprays, and so, comming into intimate contact with the gas, forms a mechanical as well as a chemical solution. The remaining por tions of the condenser are so designed as further to insure complete contrict and union. The solution thus formed is pumped back into the boiler, re-evap orated, and the cycle thus compcleted; In order that the ammonia solution may remain of a constant strength, the water for the jet in the condensor is taken from the bottom of the solution already in the boiler. It is cooled by virtue of the fact that its pipe runs alongside the pipe which leads from the condensor to the boiler. The tug E. D. Hartley, fitted with the Oampbell apparatus, touched at the Bat tery yesterday and took on board the in spection party. The only evidences of novelty in the engine room were an extra gauge and a slight smell of ammonia. Be low were a few feet of extra pipes and half a dozen valves. In the boiler room was an extra boiler for evaporating the ammonia, a cylinder about eight feet long and four feet in diameter. 't'here was also the usual steam boiler, for the boat is rigged to run with either steam or ammonia. "I don't believe there's any ammonia in the thing," muttered a sceptical visitor as he crept down into the stokehole. But his belief was shortlived. The insulated ap paratus promptly blew out a small air valve, spurted forth a thin stream of pun gent gas, and the unbeliever climbed up on deck in a hurry, weeping tears of repent Inoe and coughing out a vigoroun recanta tion of his doubts. 'the tug sailed along easily under ninety five pounds pressure, with only one furnace going, making nine or ten knots an hour. Off South Beach she put about and returned to the city. While the engine was making easy work of it below, Mr. Campbell and his son were having a much harder time of it on deck, trying to make clear the mys teries of physics end thermodynamics to the unprofessional visitors. "We have here en ordinary steam boiler," said the inventor. "and we use the steam from that to heat the ammonia boiler. A steam coil runs through the ammonia boiler. 'This l7 moore cumbersome and less economical than to heat the ammonia boiler from the furnace direct, but we do it for safety. If the furnace fires played di rectly upon the nmmonia boiler it would require the most careful watching to pro vent the pressure from :.he highly expansi ble ammonia gas exploding things or con tinually blowing off through tihe safety valve. Ammonia is much too costly a thing to blow around the harbor through a safety valve. By using a steam heater, and that's what this amounts to, we have an equable controllable heat, and no safety vrlve is needed on the ammonia boiler. The circuit is therefore closed from boiler to engine and lack to the boiler, and the ammonia can be used over and over with little or no loss. "\We claim for this system, first, econ omy of codi, because we can generate a larger volume of ammonia tes at a given temperature aid pressure that the same amlount of coal would generate of steam. We claim n saving of 50 per cent. An ex pieriment with this apparatus made by W. 1. Ieanny gave this result: "Ammonia, average horse power. 85.84; total consumption of coal 701 pounds; steam, averagr horse power, 41.S;; total consumption of coal, 1,054; pounds, making 2.05 pounds coal per horse power per hour for ammonia; makini 3.2L pounds coal per borne power per hour ito steram; showing a saving of 37 per cent in favor of ammonia. "We can d. better than that, however. "Our second claim is based on the fact that we avoid all depolitlio of sediment in the boilers Iy which the heating elffect of the furnaces is greatly reduced and the boilers burned out. This steRam goes direct front the boiler to the armmuonia heater and thense back to the boiler. A few tons of distilled water would carry a steamer across the ocean, being ured over and over. Then, too, we have discovered that anmuonia is a natural lubric.nnt. Sterani engines require a quantity of oil to bs, injected into the cyltider at every stroke. Otherwise the tiston and valver are moon cut all to plieces. 'his oil goes through the condenreer. into the biiler, and makes tile boiler foalr. 'I'hen it deupnsts on thi crown sheet. T'Ihe cooling water is thus krept away from tl I crown sheet. The tierce heat welts and burns it and some fine day down goes theI crown sheet and up goes ther boiler. In tl e course of our experiments we ones rain iout of cylinder oil and discovered that the am moria worked just as well without it." g nv, tant on ond , the 2t dy of Ji yn 1891, at two o'clcmk p. ln t r he front door of th; mcurt h anve, in the eityatH ,eat, o ore of Moal tansa. tile undersgne willlll at p ilo auction to Aihe lchest bitbtir fIr nh alt thl ,) rigit, title and interest uIDainle Hl'nloy ,ant roeata pand Daniel llaney and John J. Carrtr, doing inell pset uotl: the tf name and etylenof itattlt Ilhe leT & CoMany, tin and to lie f lowlting d, crieom prenmite,, to wit: All of that artrnlo lot or pitoo of groond ahein he north pertlin ofr lts .t o 1 and 2 in blo.a No. one it) of the Norlthrn Pacilie addition to the lltyor Helemar Montana, dstrlbed as follown, to-wilt Cuormtenetng on the corner of Montana avenue and right of wa of thi Northern I'aclft rallrcad. ranning thence eaut along said right of way 10t) foet, tilnee south t5 feet along the line between lots Noe. land Irn block No. I, of tIu Nuriorhern P'nolic adition, thence west Itti fe:t to in line of Montana avrnlo. tltoence nortlh along said Montana ateitua IltI fect to the polit of beginning. GEOItt lt t1Oltlt, Atuc lonher. OTICE TO ('BEDIPORS--I, THIE. DTTr ,n ,, "ourt of the FirstJutl district of the rtate of Montanla in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. ln the matter of the raetate of George E. Staples. deceased. I otter in hereby given by the undersigned, al minietratrix of h. estate of Gieorge l'. ltat,l., derceatdi, to the credtlort of, and all persons hto - ing cIaih against thie ulal d, ceased, to oxhibit them with the neceseary voutohtrs within four months after the firnt publication of this notice, to the aldtl aiminlstrattri at hier residence oi Marysvtit, Mnitana. the N me leoing the place for the tranenstion of the botnioes of aMid estate in the anid county of Lewis and o larke. PHELEN. A C 'rAt'rlt],. Admtnist r.trig of the estate of George If. titoplee, lDecasel. Datlo April a0. 189t NOTIC'. TO THE 8TOCKHOLDEI)S OF thre Thrde Milo Miniog and lillinglcom pefy. oun are hereby notified that a meeting of the stockhtolters of th ''hree Mile Mining anti Mill ing company wil be he'd at, thee rlice of Welsh At newman, in rooms 21t and 212 in tl.e Power block in the city of Helens, county of Lewis and Clarke, antI state , Montana. oan the 8th day of AngDmt. hel, at II o'clock a tn. of rmid diy. holer object and purpio of said mneting is to sail or otherwise dtose of thi entire prouerly of add Threw Mile Mining anti Milling ct mpaty. con sisting of the Helena t'opper tuartz Loeo ,nid tihe Three Mile Lodei. and other property of tie company situated In Three Mile Mining distriot in Lewis and Clarke county, Monitana, and to ditincorporate said corporation. rEn under our hands thit tht dtiy of June. JOHN Hi. MORHELL, it. W. KNIGIIT, Trustees. HERIFF'S ALE-- BY VIIITUE OF AN Sinoxcuion in my hands, issued out of the District Court of the First Judi.ial I)istreo; of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and C.arke. in tihe suit of W. B. itichardsle against J. 1i. ilusetll, duly attested tihe ]st day of tuly. A. D.. 1891, 1 1 ave levitd upon all tihe right, titlo anti interest if the tid J. HIt. ltItssIl, in and to the fell.wing ulescrlbtd propeity, sct, asated in Lewis and Carke county, state of Mon tana, vtz: All that certain tract, piece or parcel of minesal land situate, lyint and being in township nine (9) north of range four (4) west, in tiwyh:e turk Milne district. Lewis andt Clarke county, Montana, doeitrate I as lot number fifty-ceven t57) and em bracing twelve lthtdred (1.200) linear feot of the tipri ti ttill lode, with an adljoining tra;utof sor fioe ground of irregular hapne containing twelve al sreventy-ceoht ihundrodttis 112, 7) acres, for the ronvenioece of workiing tihe same. For a more particular de-cription of paid pro.p arty se to, coirsc and distancoR, reference is hrreby made to the patent from the Ulited ita.,s for sait land anst premien. , aidl patnt beins nnmtered 115 and recorded in the recordi in tihe office of the ginerel land otfire at W ohingt, n. in volnume 2, pages 6 to It, and in the record- o: tlie obfc. of the cotnty clerk ani recordor ,f i.ewio and Clarke county. Montana. in volume U. i. pages Ia to iit. n ogcther with al! and singunar the tenements. heretditaments and aprnrteitanca tierouuto ia Il nting or in anywie:, uppertaimltng. Notice is hereby g van that on Friday thi 24th day of July. A. D. 1181,. at tIe hour of 12 o'clock t., of raid dlay at the front, door of the ouirt-houe In the city of Helcra, I will sell all the right,. title and itttrostofthteaidJ. It. ItRis sell in and to tie saed above desorio-d praperty, to the highost bvdnder for cash in handl. Givrn under my hand tiit the slet day of July, A. D. l91. C.M. JIFF'I}tiS, Sheriff. By RALPH G. JoaNSeoN, Deputy Sheiff UMMlONS-N THLE DISTRICT COURT OF the First Jndicial Disitrict of t.lie State cf Montana, in and for the county of Lewie and Clarke. Clara L. Nalley, plaintiff, vs. Charles K. Nalley. defendant. 'Th2i state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby re(ortre to appear in an action brought againt youby tihe above na~md plaintiff in the district court of th, b irot judicill dislriet of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis ant Clarke. and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten dare (excrlulsive of the day of serviee) after the service on you of this summona, if nserved within this county;: or. if served out of this county. but within this dintrict, within twentydays; otherwise witlhin forty days. or judgment by default will he taketi aeainstyou, acording teo he pruayer of satid ompla int. 'ih a aid action is brought to, obtain a decr.ie disootving the narrisge remtion Oxis' ing bo; weco the plaintiff and defendant oupon the grounds of willful desertion of the pluaitifi by ti t doefend ant and his doptrtura from:n the state witotiut the intention of retor.tIng, and habitual drunken ncse of the defendant for more tlh.n oneo ytir last pDot: for the coratotly. by the laintitff, or tie eildr'n of ald pDaintiff and dotendant and for her cists. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tte said complaint a sh above required. the said plaintiff will take default against. you sad apply to the ('Cart for the relief demanded in the cnemplaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the die trictcourt of tihe First judicial dtstriet of the state of Montane, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. this tenth day of June. in the year ofr our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. r------- JOHN BEAN. Clerk. SSeal Dintriot By H. it. Tttomtsoiy, Court letI udl. Lepnty Clerk. Dist. Mont. D. S. Wade,. --- -- Att. for Plaintiff. cct-taoMniwto-gTT'r nli MntnTAPJ 5 r'tnwIT-V Sof Lewis and Cta'k. eo.-ln j'otir'e court of Helena township, before C. W. Floiosoher, juo tice of the peace. Jacob A. Yund, plaintiff, vs. G. B. Matthew, defendant. The Atate of Montana to the above-named de fondant, groeting: Ion are hcreny summoned to te and appear beforo oen. ('. \i. Fleitcihor, a justice of the peace in and for the townlship of Hielena, county of Lewis and Clarke, at my office in Helena, on Monday,. the 20th day of .]iy, A. It. 1t91, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, then and there to make answer to the complaint of Jacob A. hond. fit above-named plaintiff, in aivil actlion to recov-r the sum of two hunrdred and sixty-live (i$25.tI0) dollars, lawful money of the United States, on two promiasory notes. one of two hlndrd and twenty-five t('2ol.00) dollars. dated May 14, 189, duo thirty a(3) date after dat'. and one of, forty ($tt.tt9t dotllnre., payable thirtyv :t idays after date,. datod kbopt mhvr t,. 1it9, and intrort at the rate if ton per cent. per annum m on two Ionn tred and twen.ti-irs tl~t:i.b01t doilatrs since Junn 14I. A. 1, It1HIT. and inltrcct ,,n forty (1$0.t'0 dol lars at tile tat of toa ter :celt. or all.onum incs cotu er It, A. 1). bho. all of whttI appears more folly in the complaint on etc h"rr'itl. and i (do fault thereof jt;dotcnt will be reld-red atlninet ynU. C. r. Matthew, the abuv,-tina, it d ofrndant. for tho sum of two hcndred . ld sixty-fiie $285.t00) dollars, and t ith interest fiz0m ant sinc the clays as stated above. A. DI. 1889, at the rate of ton per cent.L)er annum, and costs of suit in this behalf expended. iven under my handa thi itlth day of May, A. 1). 19i1. i'. W. FLEISCtIIlER. Justio e of the Peane of taid Township. .QUJFRTER itconty Ore- iR T . lnear wit yi t .;,,,,n rol , CENTURY ,.oe identiierd with thie rlcsoufrctch a ((n '' Stl.he.pint of tlnt cotlentry. "'yhiO : luan R1 itv n tt;err ithan tMr. Jtih 5te wart. ote r tn ,c.trilestl and a'aot iclitolcetial cIlieco1 ill n ' 'oto . Inn teccnt letter itt h t lid b1-e ::V ; in Tfrom ]pitnsll mvr back andc ginctrul .. Sc:.lnpl. ti r f o:ie t ie t imnt h d i ust.t Ill at .. ':c i e . v: i huo any" but temporar, relict. '1P inn inl nlly back |hd becomil t;o e\,err, Nl nt i w... ,, v"ntedc from att'ndlillt to nil work actd tt itt lt isove eliotlt wit 0o1111 Ihe ll ot h a i iclif. I te.: il. thtrough a tell.d, ii ! tc wondtll rhtlll ctrls it et el by Urrign tidne, v'ev. I v.it s itll c1 oli t lt I too. natd frotl t h lt ore yfit t done Irfound ienst t . r'irf, nsd befoure uting hlf tile contents of tit x the pains in t::vy hack toil irelv yti0i rdlp0.Ir cnle every C1itllt i the vitues toflr the Oregon Stlv Ta, a'l snd can onltcictltiousty recomitnt' 10 4,1 my iinds. I wnould not be without it Iu; l - ';you Kttnycv Tea caret Iackache, inconti ",'" o1 lo itie, brick ldust tiitnclt, hllrnlilii' or "fiul rersati,"n while eriaatitg, trod nill hi:el' -lait., anyure good t . + + -ly folr i'% pAeeasII seýorsl otietN A good I N l ' r II t an tb. g.asrdl in that way Ly u •.v I wltit1 nL a t ueo,, wltl relfre-cos, to i,. L. MAY d tO.. Nutlr)nmsD, Florirt and Htralnten. btt. Paul, BLas rutas nd rignla l et reen nsi e theobnor oe rsretary os the intornor ec 5, 1891, 1, the is. torsned, give -not; wa trnat the apirnthvtoq of twen:-one dclj from the first pubtiwcati or this notrno to akt written applcation to te, honora te 0 retary of the interior for tu tolty to cnt anrd rmov all the merchant.ale aw.log puitae a dl fir, on the followiang d sor l" od, to wit: C(ommenoing at the northeast corner oferaotic lItownshp il.l north range 4 wet; thenre eut _-loe the orteh line to thile Minseurler thence south alo. th laft hink of su iver to the contre lowps ip 1 in?: thaneoe west e)onnJs sd ilb to the ottr ive st irert(r of sction 18, iown hip 1, nlorLh range 4 weet: ihne north to the pweaol of btRiounltr. Kail lnnd hlavng thereon aeont 1Otbo.4( tI t, t .f landt l lir tint er. C(omimeeo:ng h t a b niet abont one mile west from where Ikho olvldnt line l:oet.se Cassde and Ml vhor ,oetntieoo h'rose ilt t'r ak;: thenes sooth about, eighLt m Inn to a point s.tout one mile west wimr llarley ('reek runs Into Uelt ('reek; tshene west stout six miles; thence north about eight milt n the divrdiug line between i oth countiere ne.nd thance east to plane of begniting. taid land having thereon about .,.5uO,OeO feet of Ilte .lnd r timLor. Cormmonctng at trhe soutl.eslt quarter corner of seetlon 13, township It north range l west, and runnlin thence east ix miles; thence in a northerly dirtetitn tlhre Lnibs waot to northeast section corner of sect irn 1. townshie 14, north range is wet. and telurnce u utih to the tiace of beginning, esaid tract of land having tlereon hount ,l.OO.oO feet of pine and fir timler. Alno all of sectin 1, 2,L, , , 12 anod 1.1 in towoehhl 14 n., r. 9 w. said tracto of land having thereon abonr t .0,0(9t lot of pine and ti timbeor. Alno that erttain other trat c.ummencing at tle northeast ournr of srct'on , townnshlip it north range ; went, ad running thence cast six moiler; thencr south tlllia miles; tlhence weast to the sotheast olruerr of enotioa 12, township 15 north roange we-t: thrnu:e north to lneao of be ginning. naid tract of land having thereon about 1,(t00,(00 foot ,of I. andt fir timber. Alt of said land ia unanrveyed, except what is marked by rectiun, bluring none mn, eral, rough sutd Eto 1, and not audapted for agricultnral prurp,oo, and is ]ocratd in tho ronntiea of lewis an i Clarke, Cascade, and Meagher, in the state oa Montana. IOL.'['rl. LUMBER CO. ly Citnt,ei WunoNgn, Manager. First pnblication, Jone 27. 1891. New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western,points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI NOIS CENTRAL t. R. not only desirable ae to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City the only Corn Palace City of the worlds Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufacturing city, that has become a "world within it self," and Chicago, whose growth and en. terprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Care, and Puilm'n Pal nce;Sleeping Cars on every train between, Sioux City and Chioago, and with close con nection with the UNION PACIFIO trains at Sioux City, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL B, R, respectfully presents its olaims for the new and every way desirable BIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particulars call upon local ticket agent, or address the un. d-reigued at Manchester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, As't. Own Pass. Agt. HEALIH IS WEALITH SREAYMEf Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, t nguaranteed snPreifie for Ilyateria, Ditain s . t.annulions, Fits. Nervous Neuralgia,. Hoeadalie. Nervous Prostration caused by the useuf alcohol rt ltolbaroo. Wakifuineo.s, Mental t)rrreysa i. hofgteofg of the tirai,- renltilttg In intusnity ant lea:liug to miaery, decay and death, P'remature Old Ago, Barrenness, Lo:s of Power ti either sex. uIvolnttary Losses and Blitrmatorrhca caused by over. exrtinti of the brain, self-abuse or over Ild!gentce. Each box oonalnina a month's tret. ment. $1.00 a box. or eix boxes for $5.00 sen' by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES To ouro any case. With each order received by as for six boxes, acollopanied with $5.00, we will scnd the purchaser our written guarantee to reo fntld the money if the treatmunt dotr not effeci a eur. (iuaranti. o ioued onl by bIt. M Par ahen & Co.., druggists, auolo agents. LiHelena. Moat $500 REWARD I We will Mpay the above reward for an- case o, Liven Connplaint, D speeptia, Shick Headache. In. digeetion. ( onuiptipton or Costiventso we cannot sire with West's Vogetable Liver Pti.e when the dircctinns are strlicty cmpliod with. They am irrely \ et;hantbl- anl never fail to tgie satisfaoe IloT. nigar c 'oatLd. Large boxes, containing 0 Pills, T ceyos. leware of ro ,ctterfeits and icutotions. The genuilt, manulfatured olan t d !'iuaduJH. i. WET COMNtAN., CabicaPo, Iw. n" H. 1. i'tuchan & Co.. druggiets.tilena. MIINNEAFOLIS & ST. LOUIS D IZA1lTrAVAY, n -AND TIIt * FAMOUT•S ALBERT LEA ROUTE. 2 Through Trains Dully From St. . naul and Minneapolis / S TO ('CICA(GO . Without change, ceonro'ing witsh the Fast Trains of all hln or to h EAST AND SOUTHEAST. Tho D)irect and Only In' rurnnlng Through Cars boietween Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, Cia Albert .oea and Fort tkdge. Solid Through Trains Eot.wcen MINNEAPOLIS anuidl ST. LOUIS and the principal eitie of tih lMliclipiti, and ritioneottint in union ltomits for a i is South ll ai Soetlimwert. tMary hotrer car. oaen tie tonly line running twot tsitw l tcaily to (vAxNdAS lIlY, i.AEA riN ,Ottyil. Alt' IO tiliN. mal.irg ctourection with tie Unint tI'aifte and Alcrii nI. oliptlka FalliIn Ie railways. ('Iloe eOliok itine Illndo in UniOlt Iteaot illl a.l trainsa of Ito th. I';nl. Mtennoao ito A Mtnitlioa, hnot her 'acitle, St. Ple titt ulnth Rlilnways. from snd to all pointh Nirth and Norhwauet. REMEMBERI The trains of the 01inneatn lis ".L Rt. Lostni Rail ways Pro tomnpotsed of t'oifo:'table )ay ('tioo.e, farlfslreett I lllman SleIepinig Cuare. orton lie clnin. (:Chair tarn, sand ir justly Ieehstratied PALACE tiDNINi CARllSt. 150 lbs. of hlauotcg clhocked 'It:I. Fare al ways i low es tite lowest. For Timen Tables, 'I'orauh 'ticket.. ,tc., call opon the nearest ticket agent or write to C. 1T. 1'HA'1I', General Pmasenger and Ticket Agit.. Mintnapolis, Io a" eCri~laleo wutth the pris.ieueiisr vc. lion 8, rue!s and regu.atiutois Irt'a it:ed by tie tlllinrab st ocrttr y li tl.o itlueitlriot. ..h ' 6ih. In!sl, 1. the nuirtirni.rid, gir , n tc.l: Ili ot iai ho ixl.i ration I i wn(il)' tins' fr. ronli the firot lpubl tuit t o ir tel ititito, I will it.+iti writs ci acptilioe bIt i th ili) h ie a tTle i . i 'ile t of I ti it critcr for aithtorlt ti. cat itild ritinoveall tItoorchb't.t lit mat toga. Iltsa anl hr. on tiii following desertit.dl I id. to seit: ('nolllllllig inR a pinlt two anti .n..f.tiurthi (lts Ilels tlue eoutlh rolnt the coltltturoe otf in litio't cre'k, snlt thi. right or wn ifIrl'ti of still Mele Ilit iwrik, atnd ritoning I esiesitet wo ot ai t il tit..e.thii a o, rills i atiilicites,tholti e r'st uIrt tn) r ie l()tl o ijuh, a ,t ae I 'illtiniit liti nail a .*d;no Iltltllrvey it. hut uling ar nitri c cata tic d "tlt'ini elL in 'Tos n. 13 nortlh, ult in raierttlo. "lt ait. fIet o)f t)ItI, atit ir tlittle r. all sof hati ln i.|lutus nul I iti tra l t rou h cad cl i lstl n t ittaDt.,i fit agriteultuiel pilrlt,ews. shd Is lo tsted io the county of Mlleaghr aid elDilt' of ulli.abo. WILLIAM 'lI ditNEY. Dated July let. 1891. DA. J. DAVIDSON& CO. Hay and Grain, BUGGIES. Co hitley Tricycle Mowers and Binders, THOMAS MAY RAKES. BT:.IN __k TGO NS Extras for All Machines Sold by Us. iELENA. BUTTE. BOZEMAN. 1 -u 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 Esrvico on The Dining Gar Line. Ihrough Pullman Slreting Care and Furnished Tourist Sleepers 1aitly bowoon points in MONTANA --AND- ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO, tacofi ('oast Trains Passing through M ;nnrsota North I)lakota, Montana, Idaho. Oregon and 1asohinaton, carry complete equipomenta of PULLMAN PALACE ELIEPING CAION, FIRST & SECOND CLASS :OACHIIES. PULI,MAN 'Orllll'r AND FREE (CI.ONIAL sILEEFEIIS & ELEGANT )IIINNt CAllS. 'TitflOUG H TICKETS are sold at all conu.oa offcesof tihe Northern Pacific 1. It. to points North, East, Hooth and West in thle United States and Canada. TIME SCIIIEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday, March 29, 189L TRAINS ARIH0VT AT IIELENA. No. I, Pacific Mail, west bound ........ I:,' p. m No.2, Atlantic mail. Mst launod........10:40 p. u No. 5, Loian and Ile.ena Pouiengcr. connoectng at, lniani with train olo. 2. 'Pacilio lopreos. went bound..... 1:101 a. m No. It, Mioonla and Ilutlo IExpres .....1-:501 p, t No. 8, Mlaryavill passenger.............11:10 . No. 10l. Maryrvillo ronmmodalion ..... i:ll,) p. m No. 1(2. ini ilini Ii. i ied, Mondlays, Wed no:cd.ys and b ridiay ................. :0 p. in No. 9, Wickes, Bouldor and Elkhorn passengcr ........................... ... 0:2 a. m TR.AINS tI)E'AIlr i':, r5 IIEI2IlNA. No. 1, Iancitio Mdil. west bounI........ l:s0 p. in No. 2, A lrntic Mail. e:,t. r , d ..o ..... 5 . i No. D, locerD a avld L~o'a1 pasEti T gor, coneot.eing with train N'. 4 ,:t Logan, Atlante extrro.s, cosat ound.......... i::( p m No. 5, hlitfouol and lutte ,:xpross..... h:0):6t r No. ., tar svil lo i r r ............. :, N.o. II, t Mary.rvillo a(co.nllodall i....... 3:00 p. in No. tll. tIiuilni mmixi, Mllo lntls, \Wel nrs:aye and Fri ntrs.... . 8:15 a. in iNo. 10, 'Wirkes, Bouilder and Etlkhorn leo noa:n er........ .... . . .. ... "'l . in .lr ates. maps, tiner tabloe~ r ,&to ci.o:in',or mnalol, apply to any ageti of iht Northeri inn'a til i K.. tt., E.r t A. D). lEDiAI. inGe'l I':It. A'I. At., olnt,rl Agent 1'T InAti u, I tNN Cor. Meitn tGrandl P It.,rn 1 u'n.. Mon.t THE GREAT NORTHERN RailvJay Line. Montana Central Railway, Gro t Northern Railway, Eastern Railway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Riilway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ky, STHE GREAT' THROUGII SYSTE! : A solid throughll train of Sle,u,-'r. l)inlna 'ar. IDay t'loa:ho-an d e e I Irco IIlonil )Sleepers to hiiausapolis, St. P:,ul. Iti luth, West Sulprior andi lui-o ltly. t'o e co:tootit-nn for ('hi·ealg, Now YPok. toutun and all lNeslern ('ilior. Until furlher notieM'l' Trains will run as follws. saIvIes. ALL TRiAiNS DAILY tarasi"T. 11:00 a . m. ...Atl.tle .lpress... 111:10 a. n|. 2_:O p. m. I. aUcle hiuo laroa. :.. 4: p. it. Sleeplng ecr teth.., tlokets. tiuo tables., ow., at lip itd City Tiuket Offie. No. t, North H. alert. P,,T %., M G w~y. THE COOK AlMALGAMATOR. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mill ables and operate closo up to thL batieres, or it works with splendid results on ;he tailings fromu other am dl.4ainating devices. It is CIIEAI-P. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT. md will rave ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, no neatter how fine, and the tioured qui.k in the tailings fro:n o, her mrnalgamating apparatus. '1 here aro very many pla.e.s i Montana who e the Cook Arnalgamator sill pay for itself every month. [ Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. 3. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana. Havinr~ declined tlh plate of State Mine Inepo.tor. I am now prepared to rami ,e and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have hadl orty-five years' experiene in mining. G. C. LwAluow. THEE OL5DEST FIRzM IN TIEE CIT"Y CLARIE, COINRAD & CURTIN, JIAJRDWJRE STOVES. We now ,have upon our floor iiatOrS_ the Finest and Most Complete Lawn Sprinklers, iiC BoXts, - Lines of all kinds of " Ice Cream HOUSE Garaen Hose, FreczIrs, FIIINISIIING GOODS, Hose Reel HOSe NOZilc, i ,and at prices to suit everybody. Lawn Mower *IRON AND STEEL MINING SUPPLIES.* TELEPEONE NO. 80. S. 2£JLý3N ST.