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THE BOY MIND-READER.
A Youth Who Is Doing Some Cu
rious Things in the Blue
Grass State.
The Disoovery of His Power Was
Aooidentally Made and
Tested.
Bllndfolded, He finds Articles Hidden,
and Reports Correctly FIgures and
Words Thought of by Others.
A new mind reader has been discovered
at Glasgow, Ky., or rather discovered him
self accidentally, not long since. He is
Flavius Taylor. the son of Dr. F. J. Taylor,
a Glasgow physioian. His ago is 19 years
and some account of his doings has been
sent to the Courier-Journal by Dr. 1'. C.
Sutphin, another of Glasgow's physirions,
who is familiar with the young man's case,
and has made a study of mind reading. as
well as what is termed "muscle reading."
by performers who claim to be guided by
the thrills of the muscles of the subject.
Dr. Sutphin gives some speculations at
length on the alleged distinction between
mind reading and musole reading, and
arrives at the conclusion that, though
there may be trickery and impostuae
used by some people, there is such a
thing as mind reading and no such thing
as muscle reading. He quotes from Stuart
Cumberland, an English mind reader, who
claimed that he was guided by the muscles,
and who, in a performance before the khe
dive of Egypt, wrote a word
thought of (the name of the khedive's son,
Abbas) on a piece of paper, in Arabia, a
language of which he knew nothing, and
this without a moment's hesitation. Cum
berland said this was muscle reading, buat
Dr. Sutphin details a similar test with
young Taylor, which, he claims, shows the
mind must bear its part in such a test as
well as the muscles. He is willing to say
that some things may be done by muscle
reading, but that others cannot. Dr. Sat
phin, in his description of young Taylor's
performance, says:
"We may concede all that Mr. Cumber
land says of muscle reading, may agree
that all his feats were performed by it, yet
when it is attempted to include all mind
reading in this, then it will be found that
this cannot be done. There is much of
mind reading, indeed, that could not be
explained; nor, in fact, be accomplished by
muscle reading. This is fully proved by a
lately developed mind reader here in the
place in which I live-a young man, Fla
vins Taylor. 19 years of age, son of Dr. F. J.
Taylor. a prominent physician and pension
medical examiner. It is not improbable
that in nearly every instance the gift of
mind reading has been of accidental dis
covery on the part of the one possessing it,
and thus it was accidentally made known to
young Taylor. Several months ago an itin
erant mind reader exlibited in this place and
young Taylor attended his performance.
Returning home he playfully remarked to a
young man who had accompanied him that
he thought he would make a good mind
reader, and that if the other would blind
fold him and hide something he would lind
it for him. To have a little amus ,Pent le
was duly blindfolded and told to find a
book that bad been hidden in an a ljiacent
room. He grasped the hand of thoe young
man who had hidden the book, but (ras ut
terly surprised to find that not odil the
book, but also its place of coice.c:ilmnnt,
were impressed on his mind. Ife readily
took the young man to the place whaere thei
book was and handed it to him. After this
there were more or less frequent tests of his
powers in finding things thus, while all
hidden articles were always prornutlv
located by him. Intermingled with
these tests were others, such as
willing him to do certain things.
Say, for instance, that it way willed for him
to take a particular flower of a number of
flowers in a vase in the co:nm, and to hand
it to a certain yonun lady preaent: to re
move the watch f.om the pocket of a cer
tain gentleman and to put it into tihat of
another certain gentleman; to go to a lI
brary and to take out some particular vol
ume in it, andto turn to a certain page and
paragraph or nrutence in it, and so on of
other requests of this sort.
"All these were readily and accurately
done by him, down to the miniutest partic
ular of the wish. 1 . Ctumberland, how
ever, profeaes. to have done things qui e
equal to this by muscle reading, being di
rected in them by the muscular tremors of
the hand kept inclosed in his. In this way,
he says, he only followed dir ection, and know
nothine ieally of th!e tlncd. tantI only did as
the tremors directed, ts did. in other
words, precisely what the hand he was
holding would have done. di ectel bv tihe
individual. In this, of course, there was no
mind reading, but a guidance only by mus
cle sionaling. Suppose, howaver, it was
required to take hold of the harnd and
next tell any particular thought of thot
mind-not find anything or to do anything
that the hand of the individual mial t do,
but simply to take the hand aned sty, not
act out, rhat the thoauht was-than this
could only be gotten direct fonm the mind.
and in noother way, as more musacle read
ing, in this case, would simply be impossi
ble. In this case it would be neceassary to
see thought itself, to tell what it was,
which the thrill of tihe muscles would not
admit of. And yet, young 'I xylor can do
this. Hie has been mentally requested,
for instance, to play a certain
air en the organ, one of a num
bher ilaed by hira. When catching
hold of the hand to know what it was, he
would go to the organ and clay it. using
both hands for the purpose. Had he been
playing by direction only of the musoles of
25
: : THE : :
BARKER TOWUTNSTE
: COMPANY : : :
Will commence the sale of the lots in the Bar
ker Townsite on the 25th day of July, i~9s, at
the following places:
IIelcna, at the oflice of JAS. P. PORTER,
Power Block.
Great Falls, at ofice of TIIOS. GAIIAGAN.
Barker, at ollice of T. \V. TIIOMISON.
Maps can now he seen at any of the albove
places, and selections made, by which intending
purchasers will receive first choice of any lots
selected, on payment of io per cent. of the pur-p
chase money at time of selection.
Terms of sale will be One-Third cash, bal
ance 6 and 12 months, at 7 per cent.
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the hand, he could not have let go the hend
before beginning to play and played with
both hands.
"But he has done even better than this.
Any figure, or any number of ilgures, being
thought of. he has readily announced what
It or they were, calling them out singly or
in combination as desired. For instance,
suppose that the figures 1, t, and 8 were
separately thought of. Then these were
promptly told out one by one, and an
nounced singly as thought of; or suppose,
again, these were thought of as
b9, and this number,, or .88,
would be told. Some time ago, knowing
that he did not understand Latin, I impro
vised a short Latin sentenoe-'eat mihi vol
nntas ut legis meam mentem'-and asked
him to tell what it weeas. This was made
out slowly, but quite accurately, the words
being spelled out, letter by letter. It is
proper to say, too, that these were called
out at once without going over the alpha
bet and getting at them in this way, one by
one, on the order of 'table tapping."
Nothing was said, really, more than to call
out the letters in their proper order.
"Without mentioning other feats of this
young man, the question next occurs: Upon
what other ground can we explain this tell
ing of tigures and calling out Latin then
upon the silent impreasof mind upon mind?
This is the explanation, in fact, that young
Taylor gives of his 'mind reading' as it is
called, or that he only interprets everything
by impression. lie knows nothing of mu
sic reading. feels nothing of the sort, sees
nothing, hears nothing, is not aware even
of any particular exaltation of the percep
tion, but simply finds oartain thoughts or
wishes of another impressed on him. His
groat diflicunlt, he says, is to get a correct
impression from some who either lack con
centration of mind or allow the too fre
quent intrusion of other thoughts into it.
For a good effect impressions must be forci
ble and sharp-out and the mind must be
kept as steadily and as exclusively as possi
ble on the subjrct. He thinks the hand
nets only as a conductor of impression, and
regards it as indispensable for that purpose
as the .curlent of impression is transmitted
in this way, without which he could tell
nothing. In conclusion I may add that in
his performances there is usually consider
able disturbance of his physical being. His
respiration often becomes slow and labored,
pulse usually goes up from ten to twenty
beats above normal to the minute, there is
heavy sighing at times and sometimes so
much exhaustion as to necessitate tempo
rary rest."
TIlE MARKETS.
E TOC KS.
t'rw Year. July 21.-Bar silver, t9gc.
Copper-- Weaker; lake, $1'2.:0.
Lead-Steady; domestic. 4.37!i.
The stock market opened weak but throughout
the day a slow, but, steady recovery was manifest.
I he closing was steady, at small fractional ad
vances over opening figures. Sugar, however,
lost 11', and bar silver 1.
Governments-Dull.
l'etroleum-Closiung Tiv.1
Closing Closing
U. S. is reg........ 11714 Northwestern pref 12
Uk. S. 4s coupon... 1l734 New York Central. 97i4
U. S. 4 ais rseg..... i. U100 rer olrn inp....... 21
U. S. 4!rs soupon..el ts1 Oregon Nav....... 119
Pacific fs ........ 110 North American.. 185.
icrhieon..... ..... 82,., P'aciie Mail....... l3l
nada f'ao....... 2 Heading...........
('anada Southern.. 4i71 Ruch Ilaend....... 71c
'entral Pacific .. 3e )'~ St. Paunl.... ..... t3%
uirlington . . 8:i21 St. Patl & Omalhit. 2"r
i) It. .., pref.. 41!, Texas Paeiie...... 12!4
Laeek. & Western.. ::it, Union t'aiv .... 41
I'rie ............... 18, i U. S. Express..... 17
iansas. 'laexs ... 1,, n r I"har e,o ixl,t' s .... l r
Lalu' horo....... S'81 \e.tCern Union... 77
m.'villr Nasi.l... 87 Aneri. ('utton Oil. 2
Michigan (I entral '1 rminal... .. 13
Idissouri Pclii:. . 27re Oreg'.n Siieii Line 22'5
Nortthern L'.cific . 22:.5 II. ii. WYi'str'in .. .3!a
N. P. I:rof ......... 1:;', U. (;. W- peer. .... t ;7
Nortlhwoatern ..... 10l P. . . I~V rs. s 73
loney on call easy; closed offered at
,er crent. I riles mercantils paner llnlehioeetl
ti.rling exhleange tiral: sixty-.ay bil's, $4 .l;
demanau. $1.5.
t(:I:i('A01 i ' AT '',"
C('itrAO. July 21. -I('at!o--iocei'r5s 9,000;
s.,xsl weak: Irle'. to extra -le'rsv, -s.,0'.tie25:
good as ehei.'e, 55 4.to 2.5.5;
'I'exaes. $2.t0: 1.e'l.
Jito( d ltevridn , 12,.00: irreglr: o i mch and
rinui;on. $4.eei0(-, 2 miled asail pack.'c, $:5..O,.)
5.':; 5pr:..e -IreVvi. lt -ithorr' weigi it, $5.70$
5.8+:; pr.ml light. $5.(1., :,.W 0.
Shbep L;eru iT,. 1.u'o:; st-ail': satlver awes,
,.v.tirr4l.2('; l(ra' r rne[ weLlhere, vty.Lff5.22;
mutton enaxn'. S"1t 24.4.
£'511', eiO PKODUI('.
Cwrrnac. July 21 --('l.,s -- \Vheat, steady;
cash, f,7 '* &.r e; Se.DClb t r, b,.,5, ('.
Oats-Fiim: e'ash. 32c e ,teie mber, 27ec.
lBarley--Nominall:; 5i7$ 70c.
'ork-Steady; carh, i1.:0; Feptember.$S11. 1'i.
Lard--toady; csali. e5i. 15t1l.47e, Sepember,
Short clear -$7.1L 2,
tShiort ribs -':.tee.7,d 6.75.
Shouldors---$85.7 0.5.7.1
Pti.,\nr.lt.it \ , ,ily 5.-W\ool, steiady; Men
tain fii.', i.Y _:2 e'; rrito:a'l fii,, 15«2-1.
Total I s of CITIES,
COUNTIES, SCHOOL
U DISTRICTS, WATER
COMPANIES. ST. R.R.COMPANIESetc.
Correspuodrne ,olirited.
N.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers,
16X165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO.
15 Wall Street. NEW YORK.
70 State St.. BOSTON.
SNNt:Ar, !.: TIt' THE ANET A' TE m -
i iu " t ,o o k'ov[:i. :',"e of t'.i. 1 ' y- I 'irk
Town an I ,-itr.t to :; any 'Ii L 'h', I at1:t !
ny. alt Il l . :oolanu :, oil t!" n,o- . r,- ,,
A . I)I. -"I. '1'. it I .
bA.lU.i V.'O , 'r m1eI.
Hor rei.-ry.
It :y nin C. lrouke. iler'a'ed.
N~oAti. i , 'tI) gi n In It . t unier"eign.l., a
min i ntratr, of to n tate (f .tn 1IIIat (. I 11t t )ki",
ltea' ed, to thI c'rodltorr ol. ant ;all I crso. u hav
ihg hlaims :ga.in't th0eai sailr -can., I. To extilit
11 rm .-ilth th1, nO'~aHar% vo " .hrs, within eil.
nloilt a aftrr a t ao tloo lý.'il .iotn :f this na tic...,
Mintl, :1.: l.,w,.r blot-k, thea iamP bi,.i l the I a':
for it tans:rt " otil of the bulsitnes f . ani .re ani,.
.1 the 'ity of Helana, in the counlty of L-wi, adl
Clarke.
WM. MUTII.
11. M. PAItt:H';N,
HARAH J1. R111tliitr:.1
Adrministratoro of the oetato of lrplamin '.
1 r l,.,t di.oaed.
, lated ,Itly r. A. I). 1011.
" PRICE OF LOTS $150 TO $700, O
An advance will POSITIVELY be made in the
price of lots on AUGUST 10, of $50 per Lot.
This is positive, and no lots will be sold at the
first list price after that date.
JAS, P, PORTER, POWER BLOCK, HELENA,
HEa WANTEmP--iwu .
-as ewoAk i aitly of two.
at 728 dlIedale avenue.
sY ANTUBD-- CHANDLER WANTS CH-AM.
VV bermel. lauudry girl, four waiters, IM
and $30. and four house girls. $80, and woman
cook, 840, 21 ltdwarda streot -
WANTED-A GOOD IIOUSE EtRVANT. 31
Soath Beoton venue.
HELP WANTED--HALE.
WTANTED--A STEADY RELIABLj MAN:
V nmust eb a ood milker atd un adrtand
care of cows. Addrees . R. 8. P. 1. box lt,
Illena.
.AN'TED -- AN EXPERIENCED WATCH
maker and good engraver. None but first
class workmen nsed apply. Address W. B.
Riehardson. Missoula, Mont.
WU ANTED-CHIIANDLER WANTB A T M
aster. an amalgamator, cook and a dish.
washer, 2e4 ltcwardsu trt.ot.
WANTED.-AGENNTS-FREE PREPAID OUT
l it to enerlgetic men. boveral of our s.les
moen have earned from $70 to $1O0 a week for
yeaws past. I'. U. box 1871, New York.
NTANiTED-TWO YOUNG MEN AS NEWd
" agents. Apply to Northern News Co., N.
P. depot.
SITUATIONS VWANTED-FEMALE.
Advertisements under this head three times
FREE.
QITUATION WANTED--BY YOUNG WOMAN
t to work by the day at any kind of work. Call
or addretss Mrs. Peret, 222 Broadway.
SITUATION WANTED -- TO DO HOUSE
5J work or .place in dining room. Address it.
Y., this office.
SITUATION WANTED--TO DO SEWING IN
priva.t fa'nilieo Can out and fit by mea.
ure. B.st it reference from la-t employer. Ad
dress or call 6_2 Bireckenridge street.
1TUA'I1ON WANTED-BY YOUNG TADY
in a fruit store. Address E. II., Indepen
dent office.
SITUA''ION WANTED1-AS SALESLADY,
trinmmr. or will teke entire charge of millin
err d'lartnent. I' irst-ela.- reference furni hed.
AdtreRs liss E. J. urner, 64 t rystal street.
Elgin, 111.
SITUATION WANTED--BY A FIRST-CLASS
honeekeepor: for a ranch or for a widower.
Address l15 Ninth avenue.
SITUATION W\NTIED--BY MIDDLE-AGED
woman n ac ik in a private family city or
country. Address Mrs. J. It.. city postofice.
SITUATION WANTED-IN SHOP OR STORE
by an experienced dLrensmoker just from the
east. Address M. H. N.. this ofhire.
blTUATIONS WVANTED-3MALE.
Advertisements under this head three times
FREE.
~ITUATION WANTED --A4S LOtOiKEPElI
or hard work: i'rvoi e clerk. Can furnish
Al references. Alddress F. t., this offo.
SITUATION WAN I'ED)- IY YOUNG MAN OF
nineteen. in otlloc or store. wiiliug to work,
bret of references. Addroees ]li this ,Efite.
ITUA'T'LON WAN rEi: -EXPEIiT' HBOOK
keeper, 15 yari experienllce iit halrdware,
eroc 'ry and general sitore; aeto typewriter deCire'
positlon. City relerence, Address box 7;P, P. O.
BOARD AND 11i)0?1 OFFEItELI.
ANTED--GEN ILtEMXAN AND WIFE, O11
tw.i yourll lil'e., can lintd plieslnt home in
small family; terms rouasiable. Address Ilnme.
this office.
'A ANTI:ED--(H1ILItl'N 'ItO BOA RD; GOOD
care given; r 7 .Mi\soula avenue.
BOAlEISIIt. \WANT' D AP 1:11 WALNUT
street, near N. 1'. depot.
S101 RENT- h10171 IN I'PIVATE FAMILY
S with hoard at 505 Ewing street.
; '1OR ItENT--217 EIGf.TllI AVENUE. PLE- S.
i nt furnisihed room'. tirst-eleas table board
' Ot Ml.NT- -Ttiii:,l i' LtiNISHED 11OOMS
with or without buoard, No. 1 North Benton
j.Ol1 IIENT--NICELY FIUINISItE) ROOMS10
with board, at .18 Souh ti dtlodny street; -
BOARlD-El IlIST-CLASS BiOAtILD $. PER
week. 119 thodney street.
rANTED--TWO YOUNtl GENTLI.IMEN
Sroomand board v- pel : nurloth. 140. 203
Fifth avenue.
FOR R':NT-FURN[ISHEI) ROOMH.
FOOR Rri'NT NIC'.:IY i UI tNJ,`t'!it I1OOMS
en snits with bat h; very de.iritl,. eonven
ient to l'irt-cl1ass h ard, n l' I i l!f l : 'e: et.
TOR IPENT FURNII IH D F 'NT I'OOM;
L hrtrt lonrw, ,10. ,;; 1 ighth aven'ue.
I;OiR ItFNT- I't111 FUIINIs-IIl) ROOMS
for hoIsekleein, at had taMte strnet.
1 O' Ii HENT FU'N' lI'NI E) 100.M1, 429
North Binton avenue.
I OR IENT-- FLEAASANT SUITE O I ROOMS
S for two yo(,all gentlrnela or Lan ain I wife;
also two sl.ir rilotrla8. In North !inttou are.
.i"OH RENT-NIt'ELY FtI tN tliiEI) ROOM,
417 Warren ntret, corlner Ninth asvrun.
TOR I:ENT -COMFOIT'IABALY I :I UNI1BED
1 rltolm at reaonnal rates. llarvey block.
(irand street. Next door lIottel tllenna.
FOR 1 ,NT-'-DW EI.,LL -INO.
O;01 ti 'NIT' FUItNIS'ED ) lit i' OF
1 ; o0n rooms. on roadway. wt;hn two
mnli. as waok of poitolaic t. Ad, re ,..,at, thit
O t' ' I. t t`"I liO" . 1,OD
.' n". u ! ,'t. I ,t.- n ` bi:th m : <ro , h av.o
01'Oft lINT .\ N"1114E.'t OF DWEi,,IN(,S
1at v.ry r,,anouable rlltn notUn wt a barns.
Matleoon A('o.
Ot I ENT' NItt 1.1 1 1UtITNIS liltbt
` fit o r oomR, .I2t.0ut pelr montih. EI.n',uir No.
2112 State, trc ci.
ll'Ot RlENT A DOrUB 1,'LE l plO+: PR K IIOUUl
near IIt-e armory, ell Wal tuft rl I'e C '; S.l -ro -11
r tom,, in act-h h tltl-1,, I n - roalts, Srteats h1-aIt a.tll
all tmol Ir 'n i tnlprovimvt 's. Ad.lrets ,. It. llod
gao, arryasviib'. Atait., or .tJnl, \ tnirl;. -ity.
Folr RENT Fi"illT-tl( M1 108'21, WI\T
tal h, t'lo'' + and' all tlt'tri O,'aa-'iieoi-i'a.
3_0 l',aat 'LltC l'l, : u O t| 1, i1, y (tr nt.+
FOR RltN'r--A SIN-ltll IIOU.E OIN ftI
S nor ,f 1ixt and a:vi,. -t,',et. wih all mdl
era coinnt n'I'i- 'c . lllliro at 421 ba;hI, anven. e.
FOR BAlNrIBEAL ESTATB,
FOI BlALE--$,1.t o INE B UIIIN(o LOP
o.n .lreAkenrlde SiS t, between Beatltle
anF ital alee, Matheson o& Co.
ho01 BALE-TWO EX'E hLLENT oT D LOet ON
L' elradwater additlon, on line et
motor; 125 down, $ per month. Price, $1i0
RO l SAIE;l--$WO WILL BUIY FOUR LYH,
S each mitxl0l rornur, on Northern L'aeflo
Flireaudition $400 down, five yearn' time on
JOR HALE---Si7T SPOT CASH FOR A LOT
.L n.dl40, in blower (tarden aldltion, neat
Mhlotana avenue. Matheson & (Co.
.'tt SALE--S1,$10 HOUSE AND LOT ON
west aide: t O down. Mathe.on & to.
FOIt BALE--A NEW HOUSE OF tIX ROOMS,
Santryn aln bath room, on Howi street.
No. . Also the two adjoining iotre oft llO
feet. Apply at eald honae
i'Olt hALE-A$5 PlR IFRONT FOOT', LOT
- 5 and in block 81, Flower Bardlen addition.
each 6xIll0, only 100 lfet from Mtontana avenue.
'hose are good, level Iota and are offered at a
leei pri, than anyl others in the addition. on no.
count of the ill-health of the owner, who is com- .
Itli to go east. ltlathmio i t'o.
S1'Olt HAL.- $100 IDOWN, 6' PE1t MONTIt,
J-for a eomfortable.*roonm owellin$ on wont
hitle, oun blo:k from oloctrie motor line; price,
$1,n00. Mathsonu& Co.
''Oi( bALI--$Il. DOWN, $10 'El MONTII.
-- for lot .2ix14 l n Livingston navene; price,
$300. Mlathrst A& Co.
1 SHALE--$,00 tCAElt----IIALANtCiU ON
long time will boy one of thie prettieat new
residonoeg in the wnt endl: elovmn roomi hannd
Fomtly papered, furnace, electric bolle anl all
mnodern iniprovements; beautiful lawn, conrete
wakis. carriag' hna-o, ito. Aiin investment.
hFOR SALE0--WA1EHOUSIT LOTO IN INL
eon A t Cwo.
SL'OR fALE-F'-AOIRTY ACHES VAhEN'INE
-I e Hrip, at John N M, Neill's, 12 Edwardl
stret.
f'OR SBALE--1.600 FEET IN THE AMES AD
iition at a bargain. The Withorbee An
T'ORl SALE-C-OLESX-YEAR-OIN TGELDION
1' wtighR aout 1,t(0 pO ndIS, well broNke; in
gn lo n io o1nt harNts,i; guaranteod ollld nld
tnrtle. AIply to W. M. Mland or lBritt & Douglh.
irty.
F011 SA.E Ol1 IRIENT--A SALOON (IN
upper Main otreet. which tela bieen olllren
fully carried on for ton years. Enquire of 1. L.
hortol.
H21 SALtE-OLD P)APERS AT A BARGAIN
1 at thisu offie.
0"O SALE--AN EIE(ANT'' PARLOR SUITE
for salo cheap at 7,1 Sixtir avent e. It has
b uen in uoe three monthi, and cost whei new
Snod lint family horse chcap; at 14 tooth
Ralcigh nstrct.
O`ll -ALE -CIIOILIASII P IN THlE lMON
Stan Business ('ollrego tiall at this offieo.
FORl bSALE--SCHOLAIISIIIP IN THE IIEL
ena Buriono. t'ollego. Ctll at this olfio.
FOR RIENT-- I lISECELIAN EOUIS.
01t RENT--IWO OFFICES (ON 'IthItD
ihoor if Montana National bank building.
L Olt RtI'NT--LARGE Ll STtltl OIN NINTH
Saveonuc andi tloback treel: with modern
checling: e jtablo for any oecrcantile bu.inoss.
Apply Io lach, t'ory &i ('o.
?'Ott REINT--THRElI'E FINE: LIiGlE UiN
furnishttd rooll. hot aid roll wet 'r, bath.
etc.. with use of st:tblc; .l. 0123 Contlh Rtldnoy
T'Olt REINT-TWO UIFUCIINISIIED liOOMS.
Sl716 Broadway.
FOR ':R;NT--:NFUIlNtSIIElD ROOMS iFOR
Shouosekea.ing, Miud rn imitrovtrmeats
Single or entlite. 71 to $1"2. l1i Eigltth avenue.
FOR RENT-TWO LARGE UTNFURIINISIHED
rooms in uitel, wih alcove and bath. Very
lesirabln. 217 Sixtlh avlnue.
IISf;ELLAI.ANEO U.
BC3'UINESS c<HAN(cE--"10 \VILL BUY ONE
half interest ill ell establi.he:l bneiness
payijog $12i pcr month. Address i.. ., Inde
pendent, until Augtust 1.
T\\O LI'; Ii' C1i'LSP FOil ADOFTION. (ALL
Sat the I elvid-ro botweeu the hours of thre
anid live.
J)JAl'l NIl W\VANI EI;- L,'FOR T'E STATE OF
5~tr na ia to ell one of the b .t invc-utions
sIow on tie rnll: it. Paonic gold and proflits
largo. PIarc tr to control the bts.n-i,- of th
-tt-. otnall capital req-cired. Heat ora efr
ens'n given anl rclllt red. Addroess S. lock box
Oiii, Ilelona. 'Mon;.
ATANTI. ) Uh1lhMPItOVEI) HELENA LOTS
o. for forty acres near (i coat Falls. Mathesun
I.X('IIANGtE-WILL TrIlADE A NEW Eluilt'
cý room hooou for unimproved clear lots or
anerece: or will selPl uuity for $1.751: blancel in
two y-ars at igilt iper cent. Addrera Exchange,
box 151.
V erA.;TI'- ANY ONE IIAVING A WELL
litted hul ue o five or six rooms, pleasantly
locr-t,-l c n linic of gas main, can hear of a
Iral lc toying and careful tc'nant. Address I..
ti;s Lfi,'.
" A. .'11E) iJt.il.EN UN EiIt FIVE
oart of ae o cL oa. I. 5:11 Sixth r.trlll.
SA" I ED 1.I:', *n t [;NG SIHEEP NEX I' SUM
I raer for tt;rco .ears on -har.s; halfl ool
and incecas': la'cti.a hI:vc eap:orione., buildings,
watt:. anli hay. Addrc i- W (1. .Standish, btato's
Attortwy, Lakaita. .1o:: Dakt:a.
LO.4T
1 OtI'--Sl'IIAYEDI (ti ITO),LE'i. DARK
Io wrln heria brauded: T on right shuIl
dle: liac -crath icll loft side. SmIall lwhit., siar in
fcrchac;l: riglilt hind foot whirt-. lind-dr return
to \\ m. Albrccht.
1 1Bi'T GOLD IIFAC('ELT,T' P IEARl hE'T
I in., il blt'i aniel. Finclor lph a.te leave at
this ltli-e asil reil is r.ward.
OT- N TIlE All)AI '1O MIONTANA ('ITY,
I Jul. ::, " (.cloak nl on1I) circular. linder
pleatse I;lav- l at Inladl 0ndent otHii-e.
I 1sT--.1 SHOE, $ - ltIW:-EdN MONTANA AND
It aoldiey. lOet-ncl to this i,!lice.
'O I N I).
T.'OUNI) I TWO DO(liAll AND HALF
I gold l(erc.. with oniocram elnravcd there
)c. Otwn: 1 c ia eade icy de"er"itin - rop-
erty owli tinylg ior an.cc, cline Ilotciroadwsatec-.
pnh a hpt whp .h war wIt et, on thep donfr
Sa o on r 1t i rona
r tan t a teperie -od '0 ) owenet shaotr_
caorof tie ltgglns towo"it*.
Coat .er hydrant. for fire porpnooa foy twenty
() yntof waten for eithat u tatldrant.
S'eat for doansti and personal ein.s
pTime at which work wil be completed. for
te towno to have the priwiee of buyte inog work
alt ra.ee periodefth wen ) a no(r)olra df
party or parties whose ropiotion may be dc
from te rna a on alatee for the fulafihlnte of
The mre" l reeervea the right to rejert ar and
oall rnerol te A. M. Hlll townit
( iDated nt andly 17. r 1891.o Reord
N't'Tit tOml APPLiCATION TO CrUllMD.ER
n at which woror with the proom tnL ofeo
honorablte o tary of the oterilor May ftnl 18or,
1, the unitersigned,l hereb give notire
that at the xri rton of twet ) nty-one
days fromi the firt publirO wation of thlr
party or tmrtlr. whose ropoplllon may t< as
notil.' 1 will mte e or itten appliment o
liontrat.ie honorable rerretary of the inerior
for authorty' reute emo all the ierchat~ c
following des. rib tand, to wit: Er
amres, eand hain thereon about 8c10 feetr of.
tmer also that witain traet of land whrh well
ioe when rvle aned rection 8, towshicrb d bnor th,
hoge O1 we srtid tar oe ef land orBntai g th 11
inacres and taning herion about 1,000,000 feet of
i, timber: sa i land in rocky be hei and notie
adapied to agrioulture and located in Mineonla
tount at the exlirate of Monta ofna. twenty-on
rays rpub teation July ui. ation 18 f h1.
notice, accordan wi mthe written ofppllection
orb thle secrehonorta b ery o f the interior inry 18 ,
or athority to at and remove all the merehantle
e saw logo ine, fir d imber on the following de
ollowing ubsrie land, to wit:
quarThe north hal of cstio 218, towni 15 north range
21 range wst rid tract of land containing 10 ace,
r, and having n thereon about t 8 ,0, O f eet of pin
timber; also that certain other atr of land which wil,
Ite when ae artrv r oyed section 12, townorthip
ta north rage 2 west, said tract o f land Mtni l
containaving 80 acthereon abotnd having thereton
li, no is rocky beai land i* sy benhe and not adapted to
adapted to g soriultor and l l te in iola unty, isa
coutinty in theof Mon an.of Mntan.
MNTANA BJ. C. II AND O. CO.'
FYr nc. THOiPeown, eMontana. J , ger.
First publication Jnlyl 10,1.
) OTI E OF APPLIC-AION TO CUT TIHBPI
ivn thatordo with the proignel receiver by secti.n
, a rlee made and entered in r taeribe bni thaehon
orab le M.iretri of Mothe Intanaerior. May Wd, ne1day, July
I so. n wenu a iltriot m thle first & ndgar areblic
ion uf this notie. Helena, lint Spmake wringttes anppi me
at public inion, to the highonorabl err of te interior forn t
anth rity to, ti and reointerest all of the prchantable in
a id n.sit to thne following cmbrir on the prollopety to
wribt:d publi land to-wit:
uart ero sctiotain railway known ash l northelna, rne
ipritwet eaid smelter railroad, conteiningon the,
b .and having thiweon rout 000 roadwet otpine
pimber; aio that cpertain other trecmise of tlahnd.
a which, wlten .urved will erunning tontheant haln
u thely iirectio qurtr, and trio 12iu tn cihy of
5lana. t the Northrn ae w it. said tract OfgeIe
conti railrninoa 8d acres branco.d havingd l the ease
a.olt. right,000 feet ofie prine i ti-ber: sid
lan ia rocy benahepions ofd not adapted ton
n:rinltr. anding to the owning, Miola countin, ing
itt3 all th e railroad a righ of way, den.
re, salien o J.t engine o-C. IItA Ti, ti.
tre-nch, toolsn, Montan Jlacin y. of 18 aid
Fart ionbli c itpa, ad all o. er pro191. erty,'r,
tt giveln ta ill hlndarsignic received by thevirtue
uire a dca the pla-e and ented in the :day nitol Stae n
irorual cuand rntfirmation of tJudciav circe t in and
T:rhe istrit will not bea onld for bWtdne iny Jly
:. . in of whlich u ailchrit enroth r 100 Edhall berro
tl intiT. ash, aint helna, lot n prinbs anid in sime
eand nine lraen holelny, secured by a d ant will iell
ion thubli slroirtn, to the hither security no tym
eourt hantrir,sed in the connurt; a Lewis errenl p:laryae.t
brln . intel proprty ant the raprtemi of igt i r c th ie
aainmaa. WILLIAM Ii. Cini.th a
nlure., l~aion hmlllln , eegino ht -,l c :r Iecit e, ftlc l
HIo(.t~ivt·r.
IN TIIE DITIUICT COURIT OF TilE IlllST
Judicial District of the State of Montana.
in and for the county of Lewis and ('larko.
In the omatocr of the estate of \hillian Kelly,
dec.Rased.
t)rdr r to show cause why sale of mining prop
crty shouild not be madelo.
On radiing and filing the petition of Willitam
L. bttols and haichael Kelly. exoontors of the
last will ron tesoament of William Kel y. do
ce.roed, andt prairng, among other tirinrt. for an
ordr of oale of the mining property of paid a s
tate of William Kelly.
It is re:r r.l. Ila' all persons interested in
hee otro of the soid WiliLam Kelly, dorcrawd,
he and artl ear before the Dl)itrict Ctourt, ill and
for the cr0unty of lt-wis and ('larke, at the crourt
room f raid rcurt, in the court house in said
(utllv, n Mor.lday, tie tenth day of Augusot,
]5 1, at I 0o'clock a. m., then and there to show
t atre why an order of sale ehonld nlot be mado
of the mniing property of said estate, according
to law.
tI i- further ordered. T'hat a copy of this order
tr Iblilbhedt for four surteOsiorV weTke bflUore
tie sail trrenth day rof AugtRol. 1!l, itn the tlnelea
In lreplndonl a nrwpaEDr prited nod pub
ltlsh.l iu Ih rie id Lowis and Clarke rorunty.
Irigedr. I I)ORACE it. IBUCK, Judge.
Dates July t 6. a811.
STO lU'KlOe l)NO'h MEETI !E N -NO-IIIEANNUAI.
n. re titr 1fl th. storkholders of the Mfntany
Ir " teal rrtlnr:ly Irortrlany for the elrction rof a
boare lrf hv, r irrctors and for the ttranaot tion ol
:- th r hi:le .s mray mptOtr.tlrly come beforcr
Stlo meletin t will he hipr.d at Itoeofficl of the pros
irrnt of ti.y lroralry i lt llrlrn. state of Monta
na. onl I;ot.:a, the z7th rtay of July, A. e). 1891,
;it four o'cloc'k p. ill.
EDWAII) BAWYER,
Secretary.
IatrdI. Ilrlonrr. nlB i1t. 1.ill.
TDISSOILUTION NOTTICE--NOTICE IS8 HERE
-1 by givotn that thie o-partorrship heretofore
existigr belw:w-n Sirridrmau & Leidiger. underr
tho tLrll rr me and ritrylo of soidielnan & l.edligt-r
is this day dlile,,Cel iry mrutual conrent: t eidrr
ran retirinrg from to firm. All aums duo thr
I to et.ri arer p nrrfr'o to L. i. ].eidlgrr'r, who wi 1
"ay all our standling a.counts against the old firm.
It. W. ,tFIDEMAN.
L ti. LEluID t:.
S- RAILROAD .e
lill be Completed Into Barker by
AUGUST 1.5, '91.
Barker has the assurance of
being one of the best ore produc
ing camps in Montana, new
strikes being made daily. An
abstract showing perfect title
will be furnished free with the
deed on final payment.
seta o. its. r.nu |dipbeniOt oot the dtat
defdri and James Wellsaa endod
S oaar ty, ate o Montana,
In a ng r for par {) o! the Leino
w a to tte oi tiu d. .., o
ER. Ooft AO i D eyeudhri?'I
Sor~h with all Jd singulr the teenmente.
S dltamente, 'mod .pprenu noee theaeunto
Notice e he v aen that on ona thec
mth da of July, A. 1o r 1. r athe hour of
. oe'0ock .. o. ai @e# ý .the
f n unro ofr th court hoe, in te lty
of ielesa, t I will el all the right, title
and interest of the maid Miehael A. eyendorff,
in and to the raid above demrei property,
to the higheet bidder for a th in anud.
-Given under my hand tlhn the O0th day of
June. A.D.ll.r m
hJeredo.Ame' CHAB. Mt. JFn ERIt. t herife .
By IR. 3.JOINBON, Deputy Bberiff.
NOTIcE TO U'IW BTO(KRHOLDEiS OP
thei Three Mile Mining and Milling com
puny.
You are hereby notified that a meeting of the
.toolkiolders of thbe T'ri. Mite MiBins and MiIl
ing company will be he'd at the office of Welsh
& .rewnman. in rooms 911 and 21i in the Power
block in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and
t:larke, and state of Montana on ihqgth day of
Anglurt. 191i. at tO o'clock ae. mof said day. The
ctject and purpiee of aiod cuentinu is to soil or
otherwise di e of the entire property of said
liTre Mile Mhining end Milling company. con
aistiag of the Hielena (Copper tuartz Lode and
the Three Mile lscle, and other property of the
company eittnutid in Three Mils Mining district
in Lewisand Clarke county. Montana, and to
disinrorporate maid corporation.
tiven undter our handsr this 20th day of June,.
1891. W. It. MUItILL
JOHN H. MOtltI4I..
L. W. KNlGHTTiuetee.
SHERIFlF'H tAALE- BY VIRTUE Oh' AN
ex.oution in my hands. issued out of the
Dis'riot CourIt of the iiret Judicial Dlstrice
of the etatb of !, outana. in and for the county of
Lewis and (C ark ,, in the suit of B. Harris agaltns
Charles It. Niwwierry atd Alfred liourk, duly at
tested the lIlth da.y of Jnly. A. D. 18111, I' lave
levied upon all th. right, title and interest of
tihe said (lihrl. ii. Nee'brry and Alfred lourk.
in and to the followlngr described property, sit
unted in Lewis and Clarke county. state of Mon
tana, viz:
Lot number one (I) in block number six ihun
dred and six ilk, if the Hoback and Cannon ad
dition to the O:ty of lielens
Also the cu-t lthirty-five feet of lot number four
teen 114) in black lettered "E" of the Blake ad.
dition to the city of Helene.
locether with all and singular the tenements,
therediament, and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in anywise alppertaining.
Notice is hereby gven that on Saturdaey the
let day of August. A. D. 1891, at the hour of 12
o'clock M.. of eald dlay at the front, door of tihe
court-hlouse in the city of Holoea, I will mell all
the right, title and interestof the said Charles B.
Newberry and Alfreid Aourk. in and to tIe said
above described prope'ty, to the lhigheet biddeor
for cash in hand.
Given under my hand this the 11th dy of July.
A. D. 1091. CHARAL b M. JEI'FtrItI,
J Dpriuff.
RALPH G. JoHNsoN. Deputy Sheriff
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOCUT TIMBEB
in accordance with the provisions of sec
tion 8, rules and regulations prescribed by tile
honorable aecrctory of the interior. May 5th, 1891,
I, the undoersigni d, give notice that at the exll
ration of twenty-one days from the first publica
tion of this notice, I will make written applioa
tion to the honorable secletary of the interior
for authority to cut and remove all the merchanta.
bte saw logs. pine and fir, on the following
described land, to-wit:
Commencing at a point two and one-fourth
(2we) miles due south from the conlutence of
Main Pelt creek, and the right or west fork of
odd Main Belt creek, and running l.:enco oas
throe (n3 miles. thence soanut six (t) mile. Thence
wat six (8) miles.tlhence north ix (II) milestherce
Bast three (:1) miles to tih platce of beginning.
raid land beaing unanrveyd, but lying as npar as
can be determined in Town. 13 north, andin
range 8 or 9 east.
Said land having thereon about one million
foot of pine anL fir timber, all of said land being
non mineral, rough and teaep, and not adapted
for agricultural npurposies, andi i located in the
county of Meagher and state of Montana.
WILLiAM TItlRNEy.
Dated July let. 18e1.
SHERIFF'S SALE---BY VIRBTUE OF AN
District Court of tho First Judicial Distriot
of tile state of Miontana. In and for the rounty of
Lewis and Ciarke. in the iolt of W. B. Iliohards
against J. Nl. lN ell, duly attested the 1st day
of July. A. D.. 1841, 1 .lave le:ied upon all the
right, title and interest of the said J.iH.Hlussell,
in and to the following described property, sit
uated in Lewis and Carke county, state of Mon
t Ttao O vie:
All that certain tract, pisce or parcel of mineral
land situate, lying and bling in townllip nine (9)
northof reangl four (4) west. in t)wyhee Park
Mine district. Lowlelndi Clarke county, Montana,
designatoed se lot ntnmher fifty-seven 1,7) and otn
bracing twol\ a hundred (1It21) linear feet of the
Slpring till lode, withl an adjoining tractof ser
faee! grouond of irrerular shapet containing twelve
antd snevnty-oieit hundrdttls (1i2.7t) acres, for
tice convenliene of working tile same:
For a more particular description of said Drop
erty as to coursoes anll distancets, roefertnce is
hereby madel t ttit patent from tile Unitlnl States
for said land alnl plnilos, raid patent being
numl:ered ill aniri relordied in the rercords in the
office of tihe general land office at Washington, in
volule 2. pages r to iI, 0n01 in the recortl or thl
office of the collnty clerk and recordlr of Lewis
and Clarke county, Montana. in volume U. o.
pagesn 3t to i36.
iogcthe with al! and singular the tenements.
heredlitaments and appurtenances thlereonto be
lonling or in anywise appertaining.
Notice is hereby given that on Friday the
24th day of July, A. D. H1891, at the iiur of 13
o'clock M., of said day at, the fronlt. door of the
oourt-house In tile city of Helna, 1 lil l s all
the right, title and ilter'cstoftlhosaidJ. 11. IRus
sell in and to the said above describecld property,
to the highest blvtoer for caht in hand.
Given under my hand tli thie let dlay of July,
A. D. l ig. (.,t . JEFP EIS1f,
Sheriff.
By RALPH G. JonoSON, Depunty Sheriff
. B. LEBIiHEIER,
SSecondl Floor Herall Builbin ,
BLANK BOOKS
S;. To Order.;.
BOOKS NEATLY RULED and P.INTED.

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