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The Indian Superstition Concerning the First Discovery of Pipestone, Th1, Saguenay ,in Canada,the Deep est and Most Remarkable River in the World. "Whistling for the Wind" and the Old Be Ilef and Jack Tar-A lorso With Spectacles Catlinite, the sacred red pipestone of the various tribes of Indians, is found in quan tity only in Pipostone county, Minnesota, the county seat of the county also being named Pipestone, says the St. Louis te public. The Indians claim that Maniton, the great spirit, taught them the use of the stone and commanded them to always gather at the quarry in peace. For miles around the quarry in every direction may be seen relics of camps. now nearly buried from sicht. except where the prairie has re cently been swept by fire. The Indiana, not only of the near vicinity, bat of the whole northwest, tell a peculiar legend to account for the fact that the stone only exists at this particular point. They say that thousands of years ago a remnant of I red men were driven by a great deluge to I the top of this rocky crest. Upon the very pinnacle of the crest an eagle had built her nest and was sitting t upon her eggs. The encroachment of the I waters finally drowned the entire party ex cept a beautiful maiden, who clung to the eagle for safety. When the waters receded the girl was surprised and horrified to find I her late companions turned into solid rock d resembling shining jasper. Presently the i1 Great Spirit appeared and in solemn wrath c vowed that henceforth the tribes should t meet here only in peace; that no warwhoop should be heard, but thereafter the tribes should assemble at the sacred spot once each year to wash off their war vaint and smoke the pipe of peace, in token of which the maiden and the war eagle should sacri fice a milk-white bison, the rarest and most sacred beast that ever trod the American t plains. e On the following year, when the ceremony was being carried out according to the wishes of the great spirit, a flame from heaven scattered the blood of the sacred bison all over the rocks, changing the white, chalky cliff into crags of a imson pipestone. The eagle then joined in the compact by laying five eggs which turned into huge boulders, watched over by two female genii who alternately sleep and watch the sacred quarry. Maniton (great spirit) taught the red man how to carve pipes from the stone and then left; not. however, without leaving a momento of himself in the shape of a gigantic human face imprinted upon the highest uinnacle of the quarry. A Remarkable Canadian River. The Saguenay, a large river in Canada, falling into the estuary of the St. Lawrence, on the north side, about 115 miles below Quebec, is rightly reckoned as being the deepest and most remarkable stream in the world. Excepting in a very few places, where great ranges of hills seem to cross its bed, the average depth is 900 feet, the bot tom at the spot where it joins the St. Law rence being over 600 deep below the bottom of the last-named stream. Thus a low point of rocks at the shore, or an island, is really the top of a moderate-sized mountain springing up from the mysterious depths of this deepest of all rivers. As the spring tides rise about eighteen feet, the currents of the river are violent and eccentric; in some -laces the ebb stream runs four to six miles er hour; the eddies along the shore are ke those of a rapid; the undercurrent smetimes laying hold of a vessel to turn or about or to hold her in spite of all iforts to escane. Before the use of towboats on the Sag enay, a vessel left helpless by a calm some times drifted against some submerged mountain peak, and, when the tide fell, capsized in deep water. An anchorage bei ing very rarely found, large iron rings have been set into the rooks which show them selves above the water, and vessels often tie up to these "hitching-posts" and await a fair wind. The tide of the Saguenay. for some unexplained reason, advances with extraordinary rapidity, thus, notwithstand ing the fact that the ebb current very rarely ceases to flow out of the river, high tide ar rives at Chicontimi only forty-five minutes later than at Tadousac, seventy miles away. On the St. Lawrence the tide advances in the same time only from Tadousac to Mur ray bay, thirty-live miles distant. Whltling for a Wind. There is nothing so tedious, so aggravat ing to the sailor as a dead calm. Drift. drift, drift, day after day the great burn ing sun overhead roflected by the waters until the eye becomes wearied with the eternal brightness. The sailor goes about his work listlessly. Not so the oilicer of the deck. He paces the poop with a quiet, nervous tread. "whistling for a wind." He is scanning the horizon north, south, east and west, carefully noting every little patch of clouds and whist!ing with all of his soul for a wind. This is one of the old, old suteratitions of the sailor, one of the beliefs which has been traced hither and thither, but never to the propitia tion of the gods. It probably had its origin in the impatience of the mariner, who, while his ves sel lay drifting in the "Zone of Calms." re membered with regret the hoarse moaning, :-- - - - - - _ : .__ _- _ t. --..,,_----- •-- m ou -nn • m i . n SLE _PE NS JULY 25 -~~~--------- -------------,- S THE II V I • • RAILROAD B XER TOWTSITE PRICE O LOTS $150 TO $7 be Copleted Into Barkerb S COMPANY : : Will commence the sale of the lots in the lnar- An advance will POSITIVELY be made in the the folowing h t day opf Jny, 9,,a price of lots on AUGUST 10, of $50 per Lot. I the following places: Helena, at the office of JAS. P. PORTER, Poelen, t t feof . P. P ,This is positive, and no lots will be sold at the Great Falls, at olice of THIOS. GAIIAGAN. Barker has the assurance of Barker, at offlce of, TI.V. T.IIOhMION. 'first list price after that date. being one of the bestore produc Maps can now he seen at any of the above --- -------in camps in Montana, new places, and selectio:s made, by which intendlin ,, a t strikes being made daily. An chase money at time of selection. P E U L O H a IILLLf l t Terms ot sale will be One-Third cash, al- i I will be furnished free with the ance , and a , months, at 7 per cent. _ _ deed on final payment. ---- -- --- - ---- --/ shrieking and whistling of the winds A the more favo .'spots otl the deep and nvol 1 s untarily trod to imitate it...And th~i sup-. position i strengthened by the oheLoteSr of the whistling, for it must be reamem bered that the besaluned sailor does not whistle "Annie Laurie" or any or the pop, g lr songs of the day. The lonesome thrill of his monotonous "whistle" is a series of polyglot sounds that would set a magpie wild with envy. He does not aim it rhythm, but ejects his puffs of air in long and short notes, now high, now low, like the sounds produced by the wind blowing through the ropes of the rigging, A Horse With Spectacles. A correspondent of the Manchester Sport ing Chronicle tells the readers of that pa per some interesting oircumstances In con nection with a "good gray steed in his own possession." le came to the conclusion that this equine friend of his was short sighted, so he took the quadruped to an oculist. That person soon asertained that the forse had a No. 7 eye, and required a s concave glass. The glasses thus indicated were provided for the horse and buckled on the head stall. "The horab seemed a little surprised," he says, "when 1 first put them g on him, but his amazement rapidly gave - way to demonstrations of the keenest pleasure. He now stands all morning looking over the half-door of his stable with his spectacles on, gazing s about with an air of secate enjoyment. | When I take him out for a drive," con tinues this veracious narratort ''h capers about as frisky as a kitten; his manner al together changed from one of extreme tim idity." A week or two ago, however, he turned the animal out to pasture without the spectacles on. All day he hung about the gate leading to the pasture, whinnying in a plaintive man ner, until his master, seeing what was the trouble, sent up to the stable for the spec tacled head-stall. As soon as this curious contrivance was adjusted and the glasses placed over his eves the horse was so glad that he tried to show his pleasure in a hun dred different ways, kicking up his heels and fairly dancing in his paroxysms of de light. iiad Held All the Offices. TAuLrr.TuAu, I. T''., July 23.-Senator W. H. Roas died suddenly yesterday of heart disease at Fort Gibson. The senator was a half-breed. (i8 years of age, and was edu cated at Pl inceton. He had held almost every othice in the gift of the Cherokee na tion, from chief down. O. K. T.-Honest Results.-O. K. T. Many of the pioneers of Oregon and Washington have cheerfully testibed to the wonderful curative properties of the cele brated Oregon Kidney Tea. Purely vege table and pleasant to the taste and can be taken by the youngest child or most deli cate female. O. K. T. is a never failing remedy for pains in the back and loins. non retention of urine, scalding or burning sensation whlit urinating, .mucous dis charges and all kidney troubles of either ex. $1 at all druggists. THE MARKETS. ETOCKS. New Yonlr. July 23.-Bar silver. $1.00l . Copper-Weaker; lake. $12.50. Lead-Steady; domestic. $4.37%. The stock market to-day was even more stag nant than it had been the few preceding days and it remained from opening to close almost devoid of feature. St. Paul, lBurlington, Louis ville & Nashville and Bock Island were the only stocks showing any animation whatever. The opening was dull, at sharp decline in Louisville. In the last hour there was a severe drive at Bur lington under the old story of an increase in its securities. The close was dull and weak at the lowest prices of the day Final changes were generally small fractional louses. Burlington, however, is down 15 and Louisville 1.. Governments-Dull. Petroleum-- Closing 67'~. Closing Closing U. S. Is reg........ 17 Northiwestern pr.f 1:! U.. 4s coupon.... 117 New York Central. 99 U. S. 4lts reg...... 1002 Oregton au p....... 20 U. S.4lY1 coupon.. 100 Oregon Nay....... 9 Pacific to......... 109 North American... ];04 Atchison.......... 32 Pacific Mail ...... YI 'Canada Pao....... 82h, Beading........... 2h Canada Soutlhern.. 47Ci Bock Island....... 715 Central Pacific.... 311 St. Paul......... t'8 Burlington ...... b2i St. Paul & Oiatia. 220f D & it. .pr.. pref.. 43I Texas Pacific..... 12 -; Lack. & Western.. 33'9 Union Pacific.....4'2 Erie ............... 1814 U. S. Express.... 57 Kansas & Texas.... 1:,.; Fargo E oxress.... 40 LakO Shore...... 's . i. eltern Union... 79,4 I' ville & Nash..... 7014 Ameri. ('otton Oil. 21 Michigan (:entral. he Terminal.......... 13 MissouriPacific. .. (. 7 Orogn Slhort Lioe 24 Northern Pacilic.. 224 it. i. .Western.... 3.i N. P. pref......... .135 I. fi. W. pref...... 6 Northwestern .....l104!4 HI G. W. It... o 7 Money on call easy; closed offered at l`I per cent. Prime mercantile paper unchanged. Sterling exchange steady: sixty-day bills, $4.84!;; demand, $4.h.b7. C:IIICAGO CATTLE. CarcAoo, July 23.-Cattle-Heceints. 14,000; lower: prime natives, $5.900!tl .10; good to choice, $1.50f05.85 others. $:.2087 5.20; Texans, $2.50?' 3.25; stockers, $2.251 3.75. Heg.--Receits, 11.0:0; steady, rough, $~4.500' 4.1:0; mixid and packer, $).010(1..7- primbo heavy and butchers' weights. 51.4(005.55. Sheep-- lieceipt.s, 5,000; weak: inative ewes. 91..5k4.50; mixedd al w,,thors, *".75.5.25; Texans, $3.6504.25; Western, 4,;0. CHICAGO PIODUCIF. C'rrAos. July 2. -. Close -- Wheat, steady; cash. 8h80si88src; September. cMe. Corn--Steady rcash. hil..c; .Selptemlnr. 5354. Oats- -lay: cash, 37i ; :ept. uibir, 27. c. Bsrliy- Nominal. I'ork -Steady; cash, $11.201,011.35; Fheptember, 111.45. Lard- rasy;: cash. 0:.50: September, $6.62: 1. Short ribse .a y;y: ea,l. $67.i'6i.75; Soptem tier. . f.7. Short clear- -$7.20.07 3). hShoulders- $5 70(-5.75 Total Im'Dfs of CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL DISTRICTS, WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIESutc ('orr-ipondnce soicited. N.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 163.165 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. 15 Wall Street, NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. is HELP WAII'TED-TWMAx~, i WANTED-A GOOD oUS SEzVANTa. 2 _ South aventouamnue. IQ HELP WANTED-UALI*, SWANTED -- AN EXPERIENCED WATCH If maker and good engraver. None bu etirt. Sea.. workmen need apply. Addreee W. Bi. liohareton, t Misoula. Mont. WA W .ANTTAGETS--FREE PREPAID OUT b lit to onertt a men. eoveral of our two Smen haveeaneni from $70 to $100 a week for yeare past. 1'. 0. Mx 1871. New York. 1VANTEND--TWO YOUNG MEN AB NE\We agents. Apply to Northern News Co., N. P. depot. HIEIP WVANTED-MI.CELLANEOUrS R CIA DtCANDLER WANT MAN AND wife for a mine, one ranohman, two blackuamiths. SITUATIONS WANTED--FEMALE. Advertisoments under trid bead three times ITUATAION WANTED-BY YOUNG WOMADY S to work by the day at any kind of work. Call d or addree Mrs. Perdt, 24 B.iroadway. SITUATION WANTED - TO DO tOUSLE work or place in dining room. Address ll = Y., titi office. SITUATION WANTU'-TO DO SEWING IN Spriva:o families. Can out and fit by mures urn. Blet of reference from last employer. Ad dI ress or call r02 Breoonridge Itreet. - SITUATION WANTED--BY YOUNG LAISY din a fruit store. Address f. II., indepon tient oticeo. SITUATION WANTED-AS SALESLADY. trimmer, or will t.ake entire charge of millin ery delartment. I'irst-hlas refelthee turniýuohl. Address Miss E. J. turner, 84 (ryotalstreet, Elgin, ill. SITUATION WANTED--BY A FIRST-CIASS housekeeperofor a ranch or for a widower. Address 815 Ninth avennue. SITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. Advertisements under this head three times SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG MAN Swho is going to school wants to work for board. Address W. T., care Indetendeut. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED. BOAIIDERl WANTED AT 181 WVALNUT stroot, near N. 1', depot. VOR RENT-00OOM IN PR'IVATE FAMILY with board at 505 Ewing street. FOR tENT-217 EIGHTH AVENUE. PLE1t ant furnishinl rooms. First-leass tablo to.trd 'OR ItENT-TI11tIEE FUtNItIEI) ROOMS -n with or without board. No. 19 North Benton .OR RENT--NICELY FURNISIHED ROOMS - with board, at 58 outh Rodney street. ROARD-FIIST-CLASS BOARD $8 PEII B week. 119 Rodney street. 'UTANTEDI)-TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN Sroom and board "2ti per month. No.2 0. Fifth avenue. FO-R IRENT--FURNISHED ROOMS. ITOR RIENT--IX FJRINISHED RO0(MS FORl rgenthmmn, or three for housekeeping, at 12 South Ewing street: or the furniture for satle Enquire on premises from 12 to 1 p. m. FOR BRNT-NICELY FUIRNISHIED) BOOMS en suite with bath; very desirable, conven ient to first-class board. 535 Itiledale street. 'OR RENT--FURNISIIED) FIRONT ROOM; irst floor, $10. 52t Eighth avenue. OlOR RENT--FOUR FURNISHIIED ROOMS f for housekeeping. at 553 State street. t 'OR RENT-FURNISHIIED ROOM, 429 1 North Benton avenue. 'OR RENT--PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS I for two young gentlemen or mlan and wife; also two single rooms. 18 North Benton ave. L'OR BRENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROO1M, .- 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue. OR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. Grand street. Next door lhotel lelea.r ,. FOR RENT-DWELLINGS. FOR tIENT--FURNISHED HOUSE OF seven rooms. on Broadway, within tieo minutes walk of postoffice. Address lent, this office. ~OR RENT--A NUMBER OF DWELLINGS - at very reasonable rents, some with barns. Matlheson & ('o. 1OR1 IlENI' -N ICEIY FURNISHED HOUSE, five rooms, $:ll.QU per month. Enquire No. 212 State street. 1OR iENT--A DOUBLE IhRI('K HOUSE near the armory on Warren street; seven rooms in each house, lnth rooms, steam heat and all modern improvements. Address .1. I). Hod son, Marysville. Mont., or John A. Quirk, city. ..UR REIINT-EI(HIlT-OOM HOUSE WITH Sbath, closets and all modlern conveniences. :t2t East ('utler, near lodney street. FOll RENI'--A SIX-tOOM IIOUSE o' COR Snor of hizth and Davis street, with all mod ern conveniences. Inquire at 424 Sixth avenue. FORlt RENT--MISCELTANEOUS. tOR RIENT- LARGI E STORE ON NINTH avenue and Hoback street: with modern lihelving: suitable for lany mercantile bu iuess. Apply to Mach, t'ory & Co. 'Oll IENT--THIREE FINE IAltGO UN furnished rooms, hot and cold wat r, btath, etc., with use of stable; $12. 61:4 South ilodney street. TOR RE1NT- TWO UNF U NISIIED ROOOMS. I T71 Broadway. 'I~OR RENT-UNFU:lNIIEDll 1(1tOtS Foti 1 hooseekeepting. Modern iatl,roem,,ats Single or eusuite. $5 to $12 516 Eighth avenae. FOR RENT-TWO LAlRGE UNFUIINISIIED rooms en suite, with alovoe and bath. Very desiralle. 71 Sitxthl avoat!. FlOR SAI.E--MICEIII.ANEIOUs. (,l 'SALF -OLD PIAPERS ATl'A IAlIIAIN I at t hils ufli ,e. Fo A ZIJSALE.AN '.IAN'I PAILOR -t IlE Sfor sla cheapl, at 7:2; Sixtieasrss 5 It Il as ben in use three monthhl.,l al 'st when V a ,sw StR HSALliE-~ C(HOLAlsil ('IN TlhIIE l1cN olt SALE SCHOLISItll IN '1t1t tIEL Fels llusiu:'es ( ollesa. lCit a' thiL, ''tile ,, rOR SALE-.RIIRAL R.TATE. -11 'Ol SALti-$1,15, F INE IJUIhDINfl LOP' 1 popHeoeel straitt betweon Sleattle L'o IOR SALE-TWO "EXt'ELENT LOTS IN SBrodwator dltliou, on line of olectricrl SI motor; I12 down, $10 per month. Price, $100 -t. each. Matheeon A Co. 1 OR MALE-8100 WILL BUY FOUR LOTS. "each ~ , 1x0 (cornor), on Northern Pacnifico T- First addition, t$400 down, five years' time on bllano. Mtathauon A Co. or OR SALE--$175 SPOT (`ASH FOR A LOT SM50x40, in Flower Gardon addition, neat SMontana avenue, Matheson Co. FOl BALE-s1, 050 HOUSE AND LOT ON west aide: 100 down, Matheon & Co. F0OR SALE--A NEW HOUSE OF IX ROOMS. psantry and bath room, on Howin etreat. No. 117. Als, the two adjoining Iota of 4.xl01 D feet, Aply at id hounse. Ot SALE--S5 P WEl FRONT FOOT, LOTS 5 and t In block 81, Flower tGarden addition, each 50x40, only 100 feet from Montana avenue. 'Ilhewo are good, level lots and are offered at a. ia le~s price than any others in the addition, on ne count of t he ill-healtlh of the owrner, who is com pelied to go east. Mllatheeon & (to. .FOlR SALE-$100 DOWN, $:5 PER MONTH, Sfor a comforlableo-room dwelling on west side, one block from elbetric motor line; price, $1I,0i5O Matheson & Co. LOH CALF--$25 DOWN, $10 IElt MONTH. f or lot 2lx140 on Livingston avenue; price, q $300. Mathlson & Co. POhSALE--$WN,0It CAShL--IAILANCE ON long timn will buyone of the prettiest new residences in the west end: eleven rooms hand. I comely lpapered. frnaoe. electric bells and all modnern improvements; beautiful lawn, concrete walks, carriage houe-. etc. An inistmont Soleeeaiou when desired. Addresa W.. P.0. box 1022. 011O SALE--WAIEHOUSE LOTI IN EL. liton, on N. 1'. right of way, $100. Mathe son & Co. SCOR ALE--FORTY ACRES VALENTINE o Ocria at John e . i r, Neil's, 12 Edward street. FOR SALE--L,O FEET IN THE AMVES AD dtition at a bargain. The Witherbee~ An drew Co., Gold bloc. M ISCELLANEOUS. USINESSY CIIANCE--t$150 WILt IIUY ONE Ihaf interest in wFell establishe, business pyving $12~ per month. Address I. E., Inde pendent, until August 1. TWO LITTLE GIRLS FOIR ADoPTION. CALL at the elviderco between the hours of throee and five. PARTNER WANTED-FOIlt TtE STATE OF Ilontana--to cell one of the beet inventions now on tlhe market. :alos go d andl profits large. Partner to control the business of the state. Small capital required. IBest of refer ene.a given and reiln:rold. Address S. lock box i01, Helena., Mont. WANTED1)-UNIM'OVED IIELENA LOTS for forty acres near Great Salls. Matheson & Co. -~- t-t---------- -- -- FXCIIAN(E--WILL TRADE A NEW EIGHIIT Sroom house for unimproved clear lots or acreage: or will sell euuity for Sl.i750; balance in two years at eight per cent Address Exchange, box 15l. WANTED - C(OIILDREN UNDF.R FIVE years of age to board. 531 Sixth avenue. IANTED--5,0o YOUNG ShlEEP' NEXT SUM mer for throe years on rhares; half wool and increase; parties have expeorience, buildings. I water and hay. Address W ii. Standish, State's Attorney, Lakota, Noorth Dakota. LOST UOST-STRAYED OR STOLEN, DARK Sbrown horoO branded T on right ehonl tier; has scratctL on loft side. Small white star in forehead; right hind foot white. Finder return to Wm. Albrecht. OST - GOLD BillACEL, T, PEAlRL SET - ting, in blue enamel. Finder please leave at this office and receive reward. SOST--ON THE ROAD TO MONTANA CITY, July :, one cloak and ono circular. Finder please ltaY at the lndepOntdent ocfie. IOST-A SI10E, IETt'WEN MONTANA AND A odlny. Return to this office. mnn of the stockholders of the Rocky Fork Town anti E:ectric rormpany will be hold at the oltioeof Word : Smith, the office of said compa ny, dt-Helena, Montana, on the 17th day of August, A. I).10i. S. T. HAUSElt, SAMUEL WORD, Fr sident. Secretary. 4TO( 'iCtOLDEIIS'1M EETIN G -TilE ANNUAI. -' ting ,tf the stockholders of the Montana o'er.t-al raiway comnpany for the election of n board if tivi nlir'tc'nOr., an. for the tran-actiin of slchl rether ItlGio:s as ISy properly come before the meeting, will be hI!d at ;hIeotlton .f tle proes ident of tlio r ,nplarly, irn olleno. state of Monta its. on Monday, the 27th uny of July, A. D. 1891, nt four o'cloet: p. in. EDWARD SAWYER, Dated. Helena. nly 1. 1891. Secretry. OTICI TO TilE STOCKHOLDItItS ON the Three Mile Mining and Milling com p:'ny Iou are herohy notified that a meeting of the otockholnoers of the t'lhree Mile Mining and Mill ing company will be hod at tihe otihc of Walsh & owmnan, in rooms 211 and 212 in the Power block in the city of Helena, coullty f I.ewis and ('lawrki, and state f Mountana. on the 8th day of An ;o t. l0lM[. at 10 o'clock a. in. of .aid dlay. Cite c),brit arnd purpiso of said nteotint st to s,,ll or ol herwi-e diutter of tien cntir property of seid 'Throe Miihi hiin i On.d Millitng o ,mtany. con Mttlhn telena (uopier Qinuartz tleiy an th rit court Mileof tode ir an olh-c itrioty of h tcompany situat-l inn in and for the conitriet in Lewisand Clat ke cunty. Montana, and to disincorpora's said corporation. iven under mtt r hf the th tat of June,illi dt. W. tiNIo IHT. "r'tiolte. NOTICE TO CREDITORS--N THE DIO the Stateo of Montana, in and for the county of L.owie and Clarke. It tit matter of the estate of William H. Gel a 'or. tedeneed: 'ontic, ii hereby given hvby the uandersignedl. ad ministratrix of thel estate of \Wiliam II. iebauer, deteaeon,, to th oreditors of, nnd all persons hay ing claims against the said d,-coaed,. to exhibit thoe with the nc.essary voithers within tea months after ti tirtt ptblicbtioat of this notice. to the saidt atlminitratrix, ait th, latow iffic ofI Massena Bullard. roonlt . (hold block, lIelena. ohtlnnlalt. thseanlo bIt-ing the place for the trans saotiono of the bhtioi tn ft said estate in the coonty of Iewis and Clarke. Dated at Helena, Montana, June 24. A. D. 1891. M Lt LIStA .h. (EBA O Eli. Administratrix of the ustato of William H. Olebaer. decasnod. m -- PROPOSAL FO1 WATI2 R WORKS-PRO )Yhlt for th8 I ppl .hter to the town of o Atpr hor ,lp t, thea,' lan, will t.n reo t by or t 9P eopU il Ut • it 19 t a me, nid 8 a 110 bondm a guaranwe of rgood faith. ndl musat optnrlfy: p ystem proponed. h-ourera from which water will he drawn. Amonnt of water that can hbe furnlshed. i Preseure at which Water will te auplil ed. for fir:, anrposer, tlt to ue made wllih the low froIn ifour (It one and une-vtlunter (1,) incl noczlcs, and for the period of three (8) ceaon.o,live houri irtm hydrants on a level with the southlwest f corner of th itiggin townsite. ('ost per lhydralnt for ire purnoea for twenty (2it( hydrant., ald for eaoh alddtlonal hydrant. ( not for domehtic and personatl uses. 'Tl.me at whilch work will he completed. IThe town to have tihe privilege of buying works at the expiration of twenty 1) oyears. A farther bond of 10.tOO will be r-quired of party or parties whose I ropoaition may be eo oeptIld.'as guarianteo for tile fulfillment of contract. 'Ihe couo.nc:l reserves the rght to rieet any and all bids. A.M. IfNIif, Iecorder. Dated July 17, 1891. NOTICE OF APPLIC'ATION TOCUTTIMIER In acordaneo with the provisions if sec tlon 8, rules and rergulattoon proscribed by the honorablo secritary of the interior, May hR, 18191, 1. Uthe underllgnei, her'b givt notlcer that at the expiration of twenty-one days from thto, fret publication of this notice. I will mike written aplica tlon to the honorable reoretary of the interior for authority to out and remove all the melmchanta b!e saw lioe. pine, fir and tamerack timber on the following described laud, to~wit: The north half of section 22. township 15 north, range 21 west, rald tract of ladl containing 820 acreq, and having there,,n about 804,000 feet of pine !00,010 faet of trand lOt,O0J ffet of tamerack timtbr-: al.o that certain tract of land which will be when surveyed aeetlon 8, township 1i north, rangc 21 west, said tract of land containinllg lWo acres and having here.n about 1,00,0,M fnt t of p no timber: saild land In rocky beunclhes and not adapted to agricolture and locate) int Misoula county. in the state of Montana. MOttNTANA LUMBicIt AND M(FG. CO. By W.'. TonrMSoN. (Gencral Manager. Hiret publication July 16, 189111. NOTICE oF APFLI('ATION TOCUPTTIMBF:R Jn acordance wlth the prlvision t f ora tion 8, rules and regulations nrescriedl by the honorable ecr, tnry of the interior. May th,. 1881, I, tho undersignmd, give n'.tice that at the expi ration of twenty-ono dayp from the first publica tion of thils iotice. I will mntui written applica tion to the hIonorable .e:aetary of the Inferior for authority to ot and removeall themerehantat hble amaw logo. pine and fir, on the following descrihbed land, to wit: u'ommenriog at a point two and one-fourth (2) mileos dlue south from the continenc of Main Helt ireek, and tho right ior wesart fork of said Maln Belt crek, andl running t euce east thilree t31 mile. thence southi six (6ii milei, thence wert six (6) miles.tlhen enrth e'x i) milhs.thecre east thrOee (9) miles to the tplae of beginning. Said land twin unsuorveyed, but lying as near as can be determined in Town. 18 north, and in range S or t cast. Said land having thereon abont one million feat of pine anti fir timber, all of said land hoinj non-mineral, rough and steep. and not adaptol for agricultural Iarpose.s, ad in located in tie county of Meaghler and state of IlMontana. WILLIAM 'rIENICNY. t Dated July let, 1891. N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the State of MontnnE in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the esltato of Hilliam Kelly, deoeased. Ordr to eshow caune why sale of mining prop arty shlould not be made. On reading and filing the petition of William L. teecle and Michael IKelly. executors of the last will end testament of William Kelly. de ceaeed, and praying, smong other things, for an order of sale iof the mining property of said c-a tate of William Kelly. It is ordered 1 helar, all persons interested in the estate of the altd William Kelly, deceased te andi appear before the District (lourt, in anL for the county of Lewis and Clarke, at the court room f said court, in the court house in nidi county, on Monday, the tenth day of Anugust, 1891,. at 10 o'cleck a. m., then and there to show causoe wly anll order of sale shouldi not be made of the mining property of said estate, according to law. It is further ordored, That a copy of this ordter ho pnbliohed for four surcessirve weks before the said tenth day of Augast, 1891, In the Helona 0 Independent. a newspaper printed and pub- h linh-d in the said Lewis and Clarke county. I Signed. I HORACE i. BUCK. Judge. Dated July 6, 1801. a NJ OTICE TO CREDITOIB-ESTATE 01, lBeujamin C. Blrooke, deceased. Nottie i. hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrators o tie octate of Blenjamin . Brooke. deresaed, to the creditors of. and all l:ersons hav ihg claims against the said deceas d, to exhibit them with the alnecesarv vouchers, within let montls after the first prbliration of this notice, to the raid administratorsat the office of William Mautt, 213 Power block, the same being the plaoe for the transaction of tile business of said es:ato. at the city of Helena, in the county of Lewis and Clarke. WM. MOTH. Hi. M. PAItCHEN SARAH J. RoliokE. Administrators of the estate of iBenjamin C, l'rooke. decoaRod. Dated Joly t., A. 1. 1891. ASSEB SMENT NOTICE-OFFICE OF CAS cade Land company. room 1. Power building. Notice is hlereby 6given that at a regular monthly meeting of the trustees of add company, held cn the 8th day of Juily, 191, an nssessment of ten (10) cents per share was levied upon t e capital stock of the t'aecade Land company, plyable on the 10th day of August, 1891, to aI. Brown, secretary of salid rompaay, at the omipany's otlice, room 1, Power building, in the city of lielena, ..tttana. Any* stotk nepon which as~essment s!all remain unpaid on the first day of t orttemLor, 18.l1. slmall be oomed delinquoent. and ltall I, duly adver tied !or oalt at pnblic anotion, and onless pay ment ,hall be made before, will ho sold on the let day of iOctobhr. 1841, to pay delinqcent aseses mont. t g tl) er with the cost of advertiaing and expensota of dle. B. BROWN, Secretary. Helena. Montana, July, 8, 1891. c. B. L KICHER, Second Floor Herald B l-Uin, BLANK BOOKS ;. To Order.;.. BOOK4 NEATLY RULED anti PRINTED. WO' OT(YM OF£PLICATOQN TO OUT TIM| ?. 1I --lnaa~ord~aee with the preuviion o nmoto jnheeentd reoulationthrtsatibed y, the nhnorg s .eceta of the interior, May 4. 18111 I t~he ppn. rin, ie. notice hat at tihe epitdo twem-one dley from the first puicalon ao this otiee--to make written sppiloattnn to e hhonorable se"retary cf the lnterior for au tnority to cut and remove all the mercnantabie awl.lge pine and cr, on the followinlgl described ofd, to scti Commencing at tih northeast corner of motion I township I8 north range t west thence stM onthe north tine to the Missouri ver thne Sount along te loft bamk of sild river to the eentr t wnwlhlp line; thence west elou auid line ta tthe rathent quarterof section 1. township 18, north range 4 weet: thence north to the place o beinntn. Said lend havlng thereon abont 900S t0 fet or pine and fir timber. dommncnjn aat ai oint about ono mile weal from wneie tim dividing line be:ween Causcad and Mreager counties tross Belt Creek;.thene south about siegt mn lea to a point alout one mile west where Harley c'reck runs into Belt Creck; thence west abont air miles; thence north about eight mileo to the dividing line between both counties named; thence east to place of heginning. raid land having thereon about 1.I),0 feet ot pine and fir timcer, Commenncing at the eouti eant quarter corner of section 18. township 14 north range 1 west, and runninr thence east six mnies:; thence in northerly diroetton three miles west to northeast section corner of ecetion 1, tqenshio it, north range ;l west, and thence routh to the place ch ehgnning, said tract of laud having t.ereen about l,OJn.Utet feetof pine and fir timmbc. Also all of teeoion 1, 2 . sI, 12 ahd 13, in townshio li n., r. t w said tracts of land having thereon about oi0o.0ot feet of pine and tar timber. Aiso that certa:n other tract o cmmenclng at tie northeast cornvr of sect o:t I, townaship ill north range 8 set. and rouniog thence east ix miles; thene snlth three miles; thence west to the eoutheast corner of section 12, township 15 north range 8 we t: thence north to place of be. ginningr. Fad tract of land having thereon about l,000,000 fent of pine and fir timber. All of mid landl is nenurveycd, except what Is markrd by cection;, being none min. oral, rough and ateop and not adapted for agricultral Prporse.s, and is located in the aoonties of Lewis nn. Clarke, Cascade, and Meagher, in the state on Montana. HOLTLR LUMBER CO. fly CFAntLE5 Waurmc, a Manl., Flut publication, June 27. 1891,. NOTIICE TO CREDITORS-I1R Wilt DIPPTRIam cour oiteBrstludiorl dtsetrtct of tho state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of George E. Staples decoa.ed. Notle in herebyrglen by the undersigned. ad mlnistratrix of the entate of George E. Starles, deonased, to the croditors of, and all prsons hav ingclaime against the said dtoceased. to exhibit them with the neocesary vouch.re within four months after the tirnt publication of this notice, to the satid adnminietrntrix at hoc renidonceiu Moryovillt, Montanisthnesamt n ing tie tlanu for the transnactlion of the btshitelnc onTci:d estate in tile eaid county of Lewis and ('larks. HELENA HTAPLES. Adminisirrtri; of the estate of George i. taples, Dececo.ot. Daoted Atril 10. 1891. NOTICE TO CREDITORSESTATE OP Eugene Hloermau, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undorsigned, ex ecutor and executrix of the nestate of Eugene Hoorman, doacucesl, to the crecitore of. end all ipersons having claims against the stci, doc-accc. to exhibit tihem with the necteseary vuouhers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor and executrlix, at the law o , ceos of F. N. & S. Ht. Mcllntire, rooms 18 and 19 Gold block. Helena, the samo being the place for the transaction of the busl ness of said estate NICHOLAS KESSLER, Executor. DOROTHEA HOERMAN, Executrix of the Estate of Eugene Hoermaa, deceased. Dated Helena June 12, 1691. New Sioux City Route. Passengers for the East from Helena and other Western points will find the NEW \tOUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI. NOIS CENTRAL R. 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