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WE OFFER THIS WEEK Some special induce ments to buyers, as we do not anticipate any dull season when goods are offered so -low. We are so situ ated that we must do business 4t all seasons of the year, and the tilne worn chestnut of other merchants that trade is dull after July 4 shall not and will not, hold good as far as we are concerned. We find from past ex perience that LOW PRICES are bound to make business, and we hold out the following inducements to our patrons, which we feel confident will meet with their approval. THE BEE HIECo.6N.ain Stree Sol. Genzberger & Co., 5 N. Main Street. THE FINANCIAL REVIEW. No Fixed Tendenicy in the Sluggish Trading in the Stock Ex change. Recent Court Events Should In fuse Now Confidence Into European Finances. Buch a Result Would be of Direct Advan tage to This Country-The Hotsme lutinuences. New YORx, July 21.--[pecial.1-The last circular issued by the banking house of Henry Clews & Co., says: The stock ex change moves along sluggishly, with its daily sales of about 100.000 shares, onday favoring the "bulla"and next the"boears,"but with no fixed tendency either one way or the other. Only one thing remains fixeod-the predominant conviction that stocks are in trinsically worth the prices at which they are now hold. This estimate protects the market against the attacks of the room traders, but it does not elicit any outside buying. It may possibly prove to be the basis of a buying movement at some later stage, but at present its benefit to the mar ket is rather negative than positive. In the absence of influences nearer to hand, Wall street has followed with some interest the extraordinary court inter changes that have just closed in Great Biritain. Wnatever may be calculated to affect international politics in Europe has, at the special time, an unusanually diiect bearing upon financial interests. Eu rope is now in a state of aimed peace. The leading nations have divided themselves into two hostile campe, each side equipped for conflict and waiting only the accident that shall pre cipitate one of the greatest struggles of modern times. Under such a state of thines and immediately sulbsequent to the renew al of the driobund, it is an incident of no small importance that Emperor William should become theguest of Grent l5:itnin and receive from that eonatry extraordi nary expressions not only of nation il re gard but also of court attachment. 'The event is no more exchange of imperial family courtesies, no mere excursion tor tle gratification of the ambitious of t. young and adventurous eujperor. Coming, as it does, contemporaneously with a pe petua tion of the offensive and defensive alliance between Germany, Austro-Hungary and Italy as against Russia and France, the oet pero:'s visit must be regarded itas a virtual declaration of at least England's sympathy with the drielund, and as implying that she has interests which run parallel with those of the triple alliance, anld which she would find it to her welfare to protect in the event of their being endaugered from any threat ened ascendancy of Russia and France over their triple opt oneiat. Although the secrets ot the dipluomtic conferenoes if last week at Lot'don mlye not he divu;ged, yet lEurope will hencelfo th reuar.t tie driebund as viitually backed, at least undler certain cotllinget~iles, by the nlortl and physican lores of Great Ihitam. 'I his te a change of profound importance ill tlhe situ ationl of European politics. It plnus Huin ,si antd I'rnnes at such an overwhelming disadvatntaue as to viitually bind over those conutries to keep the puatte. ont penalty of utter discomtitnte. it wouldt be tin tteett mable blessingi should this Itew astust on merely protect Europ. against the liurtrs of a long inlpending wsa; bult itis not im possible that a combination so overwhell Misses' and Children's Jer sey Ribbed Summer vests, ioc Ladies' Fine Jersey Ribbed Vests, sleeveless, - - 25c Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests withl short sleeves, high and low neck, - - - 3oc Ladies' Fast Black Jersey Itibbed Vests, sleeveless, 35c Ladies' all Silk Vests, - 9oc txtra Fine knotted fringe Damask Towels, assorted colored borders, - 25c Fancy knotted fringe Turk ish Towels, can be used for tidies, in all colors, 25c Turkish Table Cloths, one and one-half yards square, knotted fringe, - $15.0 Full line of Fancy Ruching in all the latest styles and colors, - 25c per yard Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns Reduced from $1.25 to 8oc Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns Reduced from $1.50 to $i Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns Reduced from $2.25 to $1.6o Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns Reduced from $2.75 to $1.85 Ladies' Muslin Chemises Reduced from 9oc. to 6oc Ladies' Muslin Chemises, Reduced from $1.5o to $I1.o SMOKE LCICGThRS If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are + BETTER THAN GVEBR TO-DTY + W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros.. New York, the Makers. CHAS. BAAVWITZ, SOLE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA. + FOR SALE EVERYNHERE! +. ingly powerful may also make it possible to blinme about a reduction of the costly arman ments that are now destructively draining Europe of its resources; or, in any event, i constant increase of armaments will be come the less necesesry. It would snem reasonable to anticipate that, after the first natural expressions of chagrin anul retaliation from lRussia and France, the political situation of Europe will estIame It moR0e settled arid pacifle as pect. Public opinion is Irkely to conclude that new guna antees for an enduring peace have been won; and that assauption will remove the most powerful obstacle that now exists to confidence in financial affairs. 'l he cause that above all others has crip pled the larger movements of enterprise and has induced thI European knngs of finanoe to hold their resources within ready reach has boenr the fear that each re curring spring might find the leading pow ers in the throes of a great Enulol;eanl conll fliot. Whatever abates that paralyzing fear makes for confidence in inlluncial cir cles, and tor the achievemnent of the polit ical and economic reforms that are nlow pressing upon every Europ an gwoverment. If theso inferences are reasonable, it is permissislle to hope trat the events of the last few dave may infuse into European linance ia now confidence and check the discouragements which the disasters of last fall hay, ;sread over every branch of enterplriise in every transatlantic center of finance and commnIerce. Sauch i result would bring direct adven t,:tops to this country. All that is needed to give full effect to the benelits of our abunt enut harvest is a restoration of confidence in the countries with which we have comn mercial intercourse. It would mnean better forelgn umarkets and better prates for our ,rrain, as well as for all other exportable products. The home influences effecting the etocl market show no material chtauges. No va rlationslr t il the wheat crop have arisen to uii:ify Ithueorinal estimatesof output. The Iailroads urlaintlien their Inat rate of earn inis. AlMoey continnes to flow hither from the interio-, though in ltghter volume; and the bunks kIeup up their reserves at rhout d-ebler the surplus of the last two years; while the exporta of gold seem to have vi.tually ceasett. 'To this extent, the setuation is favorable to a recovery of ac tivity at a later stagri. Atutoumatle ameran. But time changes minds as well as ma~ sare, though even now when making changes from one circle to another, it often requires that adaptabelity which could be said found is one who has automatic man aers. lHowever, ehur radical changes not only al-pear il dreawing-eenoma repartee street llrus, eite., tiUseug ,eotplei, but alan ': the contvenirsre,n :aed laturies nf'ord,,! usankind. lialrrad travel It one inestanes. A few years ago, eontspaatlvely, one hiad tos contultime coch valnltble t.tlne in an unnceel. 2ortubtle way to mkite what is now thought nothing of as a nilht a journey in a sleeper. The most modern Equeipment and trnms portalt on facilitieu can be found on the asct trains of thie Minneapolis &t St. lmnui railway to Chicago, ht. Louis, lint Springs, Kansas ('ty, etc. lilgalr of any. goneat of the aompaany, or C. M. Pratt, generat timite ead paueager semnt. Mlfmoeauti MHim Foster's Celebrated Kid Gloves, 5-hook, extra quality, in black, drabsa and tans, dressed and undressed. Every pair warran ted. THIS WEEK, $1.35. Ladies' Lisle Thread and Silk Plaited Gloves, in black, tans and slates. - THIS WEEK, 25C. Misses' Lisle Thread and Silk Plaited Gloves, in black, tans and slates. THIS WEEK, 25C. One lot Fancy colored Silk and Satin Parasols, regular prices, $2.50 to $5.00 your choice. THIS WEEK, *1.00. Twenty-inch Black Silk Parasols natural and silver handles. THIS WEEK, $1.50. 35 dozen Children's extra heavy fast black Ribbed Hose, sizes 7 to 8 I-2, worth 35c., THIS WEEK, 20C. 60o dozen Ladies' seamless fast black Hose, full lengths, regu lar 35c. goods, THIS WEEK, 200. Ioo dozen Ladies' Jersey ribbed Vests, sleeveless, retail price 12 I-2c, THIS WEEK 5C. 1891. 1891. THE PLEASURE STEAMER, "J OSE OF JEELENA," Makes regular trips through "(ate of Monuntain on the Misrouri river, from IHilger's Landiing to I Picae (t'nyon and Ileartooth Mountain and re turn, on T'nedays. 'TlutrSdays alid ullndas, dur tag the present arkiuablo season, lav:ing Ilii gor'e Landing at II a. mn. tind return by :30:tt p. in. of same day. Will also mlak special trlps with rarties of ten persons or more on MlOnldays.. Wednan.days, Fridays anwl laturdays, during eamo hours of the day. Fare for on, persou to Picnic Canyon and return in regular tripI, $Ft. ,0; toi Boartooth Mountain, $3. For parlt:o of filteen or nloreperson.s, 2 a-h to Pin o Croyon, and Beartooth $2.50. Spocial trpie for parties of ttn or more to Picnic Canyon $2.51); to ti-.urtooth $:3. For parties of fifteen or ltore on · rcialu trips $2 each. For parties of fifteen oo more on spo eial or regular trips. including colvieyanoe per John Zeigler's band-wagon, from Iolesa to Hil ger'e, and from Itilgur's to bionio Canyon ani return to Holena, leaving Helena at 7 a. m. and return at 2:30 p. m. nsme day. $3 per I Irson. N. iILUtER. Proprietor. t UlMl O INi TIlE I..Tlilt "P l '(l'l!' OF .. thtFiit ,lt diit ,! diotiiit if the ,-ttl,,or Ieultelna in and for thie coutly of llwi:, anld ary . ''iffuny, plaint ift. vs (iiorgtt 1:. '1 itfany. 'I hts Ita of Montana sllends greeting to thel b tIr are tirtby ie, .t rit I a non:lr n n on nt iot bruotgihl a:llt n l g tot Ii )l til allime l c ,l d ii i ,ill in thle dit.nlti t ' t n of e t r lin i· .r ra th : "ddi e t,'n t of ,hi state o' lutn:,unal: iiI anid t ir thi ceouty of Sacwin all arkr .n ie1 titne-r theii iomiplmaiit I tiled thtr'in, within (e Jap It o ,'lns \'o of ,it,+ dlay of ,ri i t') ri o t i , it rt oi n yi n of ils nntvtd ott of this t tn. ti.v. tt in Iill tn ,itli> tr. t. tie trtnlotent t bh' defailt wilt I., tiul n i "nitti.t y t. acb i riimtg to t pti nayt r tf .oil , o t aill. 'o hlr titil atcioln ii rotl' ng t t lo bt -.It 1 it., rt'o of a id i1"~tl et' d i : t" , 1 ! ,+ - ,1- , ltlit I' .,Io a'I ld'efeltld tll f,, l tlt 1 I.,.n4"11 ( 1111 11' 1 r:\tlt . lii'toO', il iit, to r it:.,, dit tot. |,1 t e ;+lrl Ira. eontlnlhtn, u t , d,. nIl n,! i., Ill," sll'F,+'o atl apart foreon t intitl for tutn II, t onto y. ar ast post, agntnt or Hill anid iitho:tt hr can ,Ill ss tmore full appeartt front the romi pint om,. tir the reIfn ~1t n 1 1 ol it the romlpab' t (liven utdrtil d n t hi un hd ttntd i t lf ti dinS trie lrteourt it thi I'ii'-t ,il'ivi tlittrwet of titt ;italt, ot Msntania, ins til for the utuotite of ton i. suit t'larki., lits i, v0 ,f day eit ,ttn,. in the yea, if o1r suordl oine thotenatdl iltiht l r,,tued ans ni lstyonie. JIOHN l.iAN. ('hlrk. District (ourt fly II. It. ToIP:s IN, .I eputy tr ark. ( i(tal. .N. . ufri' rta. ' o--'- Attga for 1'laintitt. Ladies' Muslin Chemises, Reduced from $1.25 to 85c Ladies' Muslin Skirts, Reduced from $. to 75c Ladies' Muslin Skirts, Reduced from $1.35 to 85c Ladies' Muslin Skirts, Reduced from $.5o0 to $1.o5 Ladies' Muslin Drawers, Reduced from 75c to 45c Ladies' Muslin Drawers, Reduced from 9oc to 6oc Ladies' Musiin Drawers, Reduced from $I.15 to 85c Ladies' Musl:n Drawers, Reduced from $r.50 to $1 Men's Summer Neckties, in Tecks and Four in Hands, :oc Men's Fancy Silk Teck Scarfs, all 'shades and patterns, - - 25c Men's fancy Four in Hand Ties, all colors, - 25c Large assortment Cast Steel Shears and Scissors, all sizes, - - - 25c Silver Plated Tea Spoons, plated on white metal, 25c per 1-2 dozen Silver Plated Table Spoons, 25c per 1-4 dozen Silver Plated Forks, 25c per 1-4 dozen Decorated Chamber Sets, Bee H-live pattern, - $3.75 SUMMONS--IN THIE DISTIICT COURT O0 the First Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for theo county of Lewis anJ Clarke. t~hInr I,. Nalloy. plaintiff, vs.('harles i. Nalley. debrt tant. 'thtiinato of Montana sends greeting to the allovt naned dlofeutlnant. IIIn ate tlreby reitire.l to alppar in an aetion broughlt against you bIy the above ninmed ipliutilf ill tho district rourt of the t irot jodiui:t ditlri't of he tate of tIltantaa, in and for tint ouintty of .ewis an t ("larke, and to answer the complaiot filed therein. withlin tn days eoxclusive of I1I day of a.rvite) after tlh arrvice, on you of this sumnnns, if snirved within thin county; or. if cerved on; of this rounty,bnt \ithintt thi. district, taithilt twitntvldayv othe'rwiso within forty davy, ah i aid cttint is hrorght to obtn a de re ,:ltlt l' a 'tln t n -, o; I i t iti Sin b" 0| t d tolI td it aind lis dl .r tir, from tih stio t tilt ,i-nt tine Int at n at r ,r. i In, atnd Il.nhitual drunk, n Ss of IrI li daihiti;t, I hr mitr thril tonet yOW last i' ,t 1. r the it tt tly b, it I taittit, i. i h i dir l f atid n oaitintt anl dtnt aid.nIt and for All yt.n arc hereby notitfid thi. if yon tail to at i tl'id answer t1e said n oull laint, an aotitti rivittilrot, ho ,ii l ilai t tti t N i tton dIau tL g ,. l s . . , , a uit a p p ly t , 1 t . tr t f o r t ,h e r e 0 i iiveltn tnler tilty htiti(i nid the itral of the diat tri.t colrti o the ,l'rt )aildieial tvtrict of the state I knuitana, in ad for tl tunt nt y o o if ifewi atilt I.tilrkt this t. nth tlia ;uf t olltu, i the year ."I our Lord, ton t houlad eight hundredl aid nitoty-io.ue. ,- - -a JJOiN IBEAN Clerk. C. ourt tti .1idl. - I itputy Clerk. li( ].t. oitt. . D. ItS. .uaoe, Atty. for Plainutitff. NOw Sioux City Route, I'ast:ttsenger for the IEast from Helena nni other Western lpoints will findl the NEW tou Ith via Sllol'X CITYl' aid the 11.L NOtS ('[IN lEAL It. It.not only desirable as tI tilto and uitlinl ntt, but nell of the ltmst tttrailt. ivi, passigti throtltugh ioux ( ity hitseuniv liorn Paluotue City of the world; lubuttut, the laittdnds.ui Key City of lonst; lI ck.fordt. Illinois, a now aittufutotttrtt city, that bhas Itecttite a "world wtithin it ...i," ndtt tCh ci ,o. whoa, growth and oI torplisei ii tho wonder of the world. Wit h tuleiatt friot Chair I art, antd Put)h 'n 1'Pil. tlti00 ti ('trtint trtstveiry traitl hietwoe.iot Niolx (,.ty nlld (Chtol o, atd with Olos oon un tic.t w Itthe UNIO)N P'AOlFlu trinus at Sinux ('tt y, the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R,, roeipcotlutly prettntt its olaie (otr thle now and every way desizatble SIOU1 CITY I tilhiTE. For foldera and further particulars call upon local ticket atunet. or taddres the un. d.eurignd at Machoaster, lowa. J. F. MEIRRY, Aes't. GCa Pas. Ag, Decorated Dinner Sets, I I pieces, extra fine decora tions, first quality goods, $r6.50 Plain White Bowl and Pitcher, full size, - - . ` .25 Cups and Saucers, plain, white ware, 45c per 1-2 doz All other white porcelain goods in proportion. Castile Soap, -" 5c per piece B ath Soap, - - 5c per piece Scented Glycerine Soap, 25c per box Clarinated Clycerine Soap, 40C per box Full size Tooth Brushes, - ioc. We have just received an other large lot of the Magic Dime and Nickel Banks, which we will sell at - - - 15C Our Counter Goods are receiving new novelties every day, and are replete with many useful and orna mental articles at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c. An examination of these goods will aston ish one at the prices quoted. A Lt.I M ut'ME OiNS- ;' '. IIt.: Ii)T'ti'H' tf ncolrt of th," tilst .julIli 'i: ikitriot of the state of oon' ana, in and for the co:unty of Lttoutitr~ tlar: . Si'xi;.md:r .I. rtiohtl, pla'ntiff, vs, Laimio [flitg Rnld lt . htio ih . H Il..gs. ,einlallnt s. 'l:e ,tart of Mont:no reo~. groeting to the al ,'tt. v l" o ao' l (tl'torn IoJI ir: *'ni a'it it:'oi'',y t'.'qii r'dt:at'eSilotr in a ai'tlion tuii-oulti ain~t"ut you bty tIi", ibotit iiaiiti'd itintilt in. ith' dii.r i': c,,nr: it t~eh0lirrt indticial dis-trict of tio *tIt of Mton;an. iu and for tho counlity o[ Iwi anudl 'larke, land to ani.t r I ihe iolnllaint tiled thieoin.within ten lay" (excltusv. ii tiho day of s'rrie'i after ,Ilh trrvircet *i ml of this stium-n oii, it sert'ed wt:tilO titti t'ollt) or. it a ',ir d act if thin cunty, hut wit fin tto a l ltu i ct , wit hin tv,''nty do' s. othlotr'vt'oi witlhin tforty itys., or judilloriti bl',diifalt t ill b, ta ti an nullm: yo 1 acrordisig to tho' preyri' of tiod r'oamotlslnt. 'ICo said at'tiOn is blroogi tt ' t I're vor thi imn of :oe htind'r, d intld iwltty'-bevtn 'it d tifty' olne hndllttredth.l.; dollars, clanilllnl ud ailpoil Iln sai tutp.a t Itl b uo util a certain iitl'lln l iinl vrititn t aiirito dit" Iih tl t ill t7 ul o N iitv tb t. ir t. ti tiltit', x'litt ted aild d.elilrti'teu by t.s o . aI m n t . Io u• 'al ti i itan l ofh mll iity.)' l 1i ' l, b inre ' ilil aol. \ tr Iit iti. wh.o ao aitof n'tiiitletui n ' d.y-ii# ir.i illr .on Ithoi i nllt ut .rt'o t dit ill tti' tii, .u li"r IWlt htrsdl i l-o •t't, isl tiatIrtut sh a alltfl''tO hi dr idih ' i~o'liii- lit' i ti~i' "-it.. 71+ frt: iti U'itti iflthl otat" it,,, 'f aIt itt hiwUtti, sit aod i 1 t u !l or w . u a y .,I i ~t N . ,11 1 N , C le rt ail if.' nit t no o ln ltO lI" t ,.liy i d.liOll rel1.5 Loth arlibi llill.tir if tie Piri jiu" itol. i't~llirlut ilf ittis tti Nhl. t~litntiiis. io l hrsid thoit y li.f t -ln siul t.1 hirrt tihtrle 2 t . lay of iil' e. iii ittl yost' lif Tllu s. . '. l Ac. hAlty. for lailuti .. N O t tll ii , th,. sai', t pl int illN . l l+t i ui lnl'~ lttLt OTt:.t)oi"~ll'. -lllltna! l ts' L I lli.'i l oi h ttt'LtirI tho rine iotar. i ,t eittiho eo nif th lit. 8tut f n d ri in it Ih t l it y t i nd lit ttht ltl' tlll t it i i r u't r t t'n f ha fi'tin rst i' iittt ttt itr- ion th i l lt" l.Ol. IW i. w L m id t lt r wittle talt l liot il o it'io tht k ur e r tarry ' hs t t itaiir iof ytItUt a 1i,1st ol - u.liro ienJne nl ith rhlh I~ lu n 1 0 r t' tt ) i' I n IIN i lan lirk rN.li'n ' loartit gi~ iI I lsoatIo i anut 'oe . an 'W101hal m.lA , t\ ill.·w ofr m iniifu. cn init g SluIell rit ; uto.t'i'tl It'ut iii the r otl ' jII1 " iIf Soil alt abot trwii thoutiusant u s andtur thatiiden atitit a i nll ll ii itan ul lo th h it j sito u lll0 coulnt i ,t l A..IILIM' , R'in F AND h 'I . Ilitt00. lilll;t'ttg ii, iI Wi't fint'. wittl iretioactiin tif th bt', OTOVll(l TO (REITI~nl tt)lH-EST'ATE OP N..1o lolli t, i mi . I ell tIt'l "V I i IO E dI,IM A ll Exterirx ofd lit.Estate of Eugene e tf Eugea. tIh ellrtt n t. l dw t h e ( itiol n of, rrhanlhh+ a paer nl m IhaI n lll,. n,,laimd tuui l the itillll d t a dl i , toh l ex ilbtin tru t wi, t ,theill .' lt rll yon t" r e Ih'jrll 'l'li . IH· I ,~x 1 F. iInrll - ll Iclnd lyln.~. li rlh 1' I lad c , tu .o t cu . r . ann· e es I~id Irti l hll l n tin i cl h it tls £tiI mart t u t .li Oin &lit Ih b tn,-aaf o di n.d I , u l: nit OTHil elo(n A IloEJie 1t.r. Ixeltrrix atol hlle intt, or Eunenell urm elenat Jh. V ane uS2 t ta Men's Fancy Night Shirts, full lengths, all sizes. This Week, 750. Men's better quality, embroidered fronts, splendid goods. This Week, $1. Men's and Boys' White Unlaun clered Shirts, all sizes. This Week, 50c. Men's better quality, full linen bosom and best quality muslin, full sizes. This Week, 75c. Men's Summer Underwear, Nat. ural Grey. 80c. Per Suit. Men's Lisle Thread Summer Un derwear, brown. $1 Per Suit. Men's Normal Mixture Balbrig gan Underwear. $1.25 Per Suit. We have about 75 more of the ..elebrated Whitney Baby Car. riages which we will close out cheap, to make room for fall shipments. Full line of Mexican Sea Grass Hammocks to be closed out at actual cost. Full line of Granite Ironware, Porcelain-lined Ware, Tinware, Etc., at eastern prices. NORTHERN - PACIFIC Between Missoula. Garrison, He! ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv ingston, Billings, Miles City and Glen..ivc, and all points EAST AND WEST. There is not hing bettor than th. !ervice on The Dinirng Gar Line. Ihrouglih Pullman 1 e in,- n.'.(a ann. Fu-rnish.d Tourist Nlt'prlrs IL:; y b '.w ltn ,upolts in MONTANA -- A'Ul-- .. ST. PAUL, MINNAPULIS & CHICAGO,1 I n, fi " l ou'- 'I',ai(' I'ns ;i lg f.'r.,:;u .h . n',,'hot, ,,.itl i.,-u. . l., utntst:. It.t.h* t) -. . d:i t .aI c- r.I~ t oll c. t ln tllk'lo .!ul. , spttin Ofat P',l1.1 I AN I'ALAt L ,:l 'LNli A AI:,. Fl .I '' &A st1t NI) Cl A Ct II t' : l ll.I\ . 1' L ,0lMAN I It'01l'L' AND) SlilE tI I tNIAhL ol.FI l l 1.119 A Il.t.IANlT DININI CAllS. 'Tha: i ill TI( KE' H I'"I sr, i.ld aIt all .o o.o Nultr;h, Ei't, .orlh atst W'i,-l.t i h11o United SM1., I TIMll, 10 IIE. ( 1- . I, offect on and aftr Sunday, March 29. 189L ' ith , l lttVi 0i 1t .LhL N . N\o. I, t' 'illlia' 0I-il. Ir'-st u l .... ... 1: p. in N. l.2, Atlantir -l::il. oru t ,luntl.... .. 10:40 p. N5 . 1. . 110tuIntt II tnu Pu tnnngtr. No. n, 3l.iný . l , 01 ti t ltt ,lt (0,l 1rin.. t. ['a , lall ,l l r -I." . W, .:11 b*t lil t ...... 1:,00 s Ia No. ,. Maryvil lll l, lll. n t , . .. . 11:10 a. nI td"n- d int'".n ,l l.-... .... S:OUpL, I N, , I\I tkos, 19 ultl!r andll Iklthorit 1i,.n- gl r . ... ..1..... 0:25 No. 1, I un it Mli), .,tw t I' nsl ..... 1:50 p. . N5 .,t , Atlanti, M .it.... ht hlnd . ...10:55 p. m No. 0i, I ,ol tlun and 1."an passeKnior I.r Itla, Ihcljt, hula ll'bto or alaaoinlorttr , l'OI n in with ( n train l No. It l n l. ,\tlo lt. e ,li e., ,'ist hound.... . .. 4:10 p rni No.:., i-o l ati I te I ond! rcer ..... k 8:10 a. m N, o ti, rl , Ar t.' a Ol IN. IAU . l. No. ea Il (irn' I i.. It. - nuds . hlont.. ('or. Waih A I Grand Pt'.. Illh na. .Mont. PD " .