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A GLLB INE ON EVERY LOT.
Recent "Developments in the KENWOOD distrivt; comprising the Bradford,
Brooke and Syndicate Additions to~Eelena, make the above statement almost
absolutely true.
But there are other features of this part of Helena that out
weigh the probability of finding gold in paying quantities, and
those are the freedom from smoke and dust that
WWKENWOOD
Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service, insur
ing purity and freshness, the fink view, the rich soil, school facil
ities, street car service, good drives and numerous other advantages.
Prices are now reasonable, and the present is the time to buy. My list com
prises many very choice locations.
M 7 .MUT I--I,
214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA.
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1_!iAL NE W
OF THE STATE.
Glasgow.
M. WV. Miller will soon have the best look
ing lesidence on the south side.
Mrs. Rogers, Sr., left for her home in
Wisconsin, Wednesday, accompanied by her
son Willie.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russell have gone to
housekeeping in the house fo:merly occu
pied by Dr. Belyea, who has gone to the
Flathead country.
John R. Smith has be.ntifled his resi
dence and added much to the appearance
of the north side by painting and otherwise
iunrroving his house and its surroundings.
W. H. Edminister, a former Glasgowite,
who has been visiting the Pacific coast and
also the southern states, is back again attor
an absence of about a year and will take a
position on the Great Northern.
One of the Dawson county cattle comps
nies have been shipping twenty-five car
loads of the best beef cattle that ever eat
llontana grass. every day for the last ten
days and will kee:n up the gait until 16,000
head bhve gone forward f orn one yard.
Then they will make a beginning on one of
the other ranges.
Messrs. Randall & Cowen, of Nasunna,
have finished shearing their band of sheep
and have shipped their wool direct to Bos
ton. After pa ing aT. expenses of whatever
nature the snup sum of $4,000 is left as
clean clear p ofit derived directly from
their sheep. which means they have cleared
about 75 per cent. on their investment.
Lewistown.
Joseph Magallon purchased the sheep
rea.ch of Eidmtond Fogarty, on McDonald
creek, last week.
Messrs. Butler & Burke have the contract
to buo!d the t:ack for the Fair association,
and are now pushing the work thereon.
George W. De\W itt, brother of W. W. De
Witt, iot this city, arrived in Lewistown
'Ihubsday and has accepted a I:osiltion in his
brother's sto:re.
Bern, Tue-day, July OS: to Mr. and Mrs,
I. M. Hobensack, a bouncing nine-pound
girl.
T. I. Vehawn was married to Miss Laura
A. Sims, of that place, on the 22d inst. 'I he
marriage took place at the residence of the
bride's sister in W.verly. Ill., Rev. J. C.
McReynolds otilciating. The groom has
been a resident of hlontana for eight years
and a resident of Lewistown for the past
four.
Amos Snider, the prosperous Grass Range
ranchmnan. was in the city Sunday. He re
ports the calf brand as having been fully
up to his expectations. He is very enthusi
astic over the prospects of our cattlemen
and predicts that this will prove the most
prosperors season yet experienced in the
Judith Basin.
A tartl: consisting of Joe Jackson and
family, W. D. Jackson and family, Mr.
Weldon aid family, Miss Kate MicGinnisa
u.nd .Mr. C:orb!ly's family went on a berry
inu excursion down on Flat Willow last
week. They report an exceIlunt timue and
as havin; been verv successful in soai ing a
large quantity of very fine berries.
C. H. Chanes, W. H. Ferguns and David
Hilger, all of Christina, made us a ileasant
call this week; they repoit all pDrspercou"
in their section: that the hay ciop is one of
tie heaviest known for years: lange grars
and water is abundant and all they have to
coimplain of is a low price of wool, the cause
for which, we suplaose will be explained ait
sorme future time by the mouth organs of
lu,- ,, o..p., but we are somewhat under the
ii,r:-siuon that at the next election the
\vril growers will put an everlasting end to
buncomb promises.--Democrat.
SIortenlan.
,lry. J. ii. Dilworth expects soon to come
to Bozndman, whei, she will reside perma
uientlv.
W. W. Wylie started to the park Satur
day wi:rt a party of twenty-live. Seven of
t`i, ee are from Helena, seven from Butte,
thu rst seealtering.
Wrilm, ..u.ngun, formlerly Northern Pa
cifc exr, e ar'ent t this ilace, and of lato
a iesentto of Lhthiao, spent a paut of two
dar in ion zoman i.est week. Humor has it
that Mr. MAlan;hn will trake away one of
Bozeman's fairest dnughters.
The water comp oy areo having a har.l
time with water on North Black street.
There is a sruall river in the bottom of the
ditch, and it is with grerat difficulty that
they are able to lay the pipe.
At the close of Mi.s Chrisman's school
last Sat:.rdray. in the Decker district, a pic
nic was held in the c(owan Grove. There
was a flune turnout. The exercie.,sconsisted
of music and recitations. Those who at
tended express themurelvesas highly pleased.
A special session of the board of county
commissioners was held July 17 anti 18.
The time was largely devoted to the matter
of building five brldves across the various
channels of the Madison river at 'I hree
Forks. Bids of five films were considered
and the contract awarded to A. Y. Bayne &
Co. The contract calls for the building of
five all iron bridges, o; iron tubular piers,
and making of na,proaches and needed fills,
and the complletion of the work by Dec. 1,
1831, for the sum of $8,70).
Sunday Excursion Rates.
Tho Montana Central will sell duling the
summer tickets from Helena to Alhambra
and Boulder and return at one fare for the
round trip. Tickets will be on sale Satur
days and Sundays and will be good to re
turn until the following Monday.
It. 11. LANGLEY,
General Ticket Agent.
Death Front Kidney Disease
Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of
thousands of the American people annually.
Oregon Kidney 'I ea is guaranteed to cure
all forms of kindey troubles. Take it in
time.
Pleasant Jonrneys.
Pleasant journeys can always be had via
the Wisconsin Central line. The employes
are courteous and obliring, the sleeping and
dining cars antd day coaches are peers of
any in the northwest. The leaving hours
at princital terminal points are conven
ient, and the depots are centrally located.
Altogether it is the most desirable route in
either direction between St. Paul, Minne
apolis, Ashland and Duluth and Milwaukee
and Chicago. Try it and be convinced.
O. K. T.--Hnest Reqults.-O. K. T.
Many of the pioneers of Oregon and
Washington hbve cheerfully testibed to the
wonderful curative properties of the cele
brated Ortegon 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 while urinating, mucous dis
charges and all kidney troubles of either
sex. $1 at all druggists.
What a Noted Physician Says.
W. P. Wisdo CaicAuoo, Jan. 31, 1888.
Dear Sr--As you requested I have exam
ined the formula of your toilet preparation
called " Itobertine." I can assure you that
the ungradients are both bland and harm
less, and that the compound would form an
execlleno application in irritated condi
tions of the skin. Yours truly,
Airarma DEAN BE.tAN, M. D.
Professor of Anatomy, Itunh Medical Col.
iegeand P. A. Surgron. 11. S M. Ii. S.
nlt.antrio Siatlana.
But time chauers minds as well as man
nara, though even new when making
changes from one circle to another, it often
requires that adaptability which could be
said found in one who has automratie man.
ners. However, such radical changes not
only appear In drawing-room repartee,
street dress, etc., among people, bts also in
the convenencra and luxauries afforded
mankind. Railroad travel is one instanes.
A few years ego, ormialarstively one had to
conscuie much vanlural tluie in aln encom.
~,rrtsl,le way to mlke. whbt is now thought
aothiii of as a ni,'bht a journey In a sleeper.
'Ihe most t,odrnl ."q.uiment and trane
portetetr f.cilhlrci err i.io fouind on the
tat trirues of tbh Mil.nr-I1oahls & St. Louis
railway to Chicago, t. L,uia. tHot Springs,
Kansas City. etc. inquire of ally ageunt of
the company, or (. M. Pratt, genernl ticaet
and passesger Sekst. hinrasmlast Msan,
ONE 3 N jJO'Y
Both the method und results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on 'he Riilneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50o and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KX. l W. YORK, N.Y.
NOTICE OF APPLIC('ATION 1TO CUT'rTI MBEF
In accordance with the provision. If ec
tion 8, rules and regulations Drcscritbld by the
honorable secrtary ofl the interior. May thll, 1891.
I, the undersigned, hereby give notice
ttat at the expiration of twenty-one
days from the first publication of this
notice. I 'will make written itliciio.
tion to the honorable secretary of the interior
for authority to out and remove all the merchantr
b!I saw logo. pine, fir ani tamerack timb,r on the
following deeoribed land, to-wit:
The north half of rection 22. township 15 north.,
range 21 woest, said troact of land containing 320
acres, and havini thereon about h1,000 feet of
pine 100,000 fact of trand ,00.00 feet of tamnrack
timber: also that certain trac of lau(i which will
be when surveyed rection N. towanhip, 1; north,
range 21 welt. said tract of land containing OlO
acres and having 'horeon about 1.08),0(0 feet of
I, no tUmber: said land ii rocky benche. and not
adapted to agriculture and locatel in Mluaonla
county in the state of Montana,
IMONTANA .UMBll,,L: AND MFY. CO.
'J WIr. 'rtomProet, GeneOral Managor.
lFirst punblication July 1. 11891.
N OF.TICE OF APPI.('ATION TO CUT'rM BER
! t .uoordance witt the pruvision+ of cb
tion 8. rnles and regunarion oresc:r itel by the
honorable seern tory of the interior. May 5th. I191.
i, the undersigned, give netiue that at the expi
ration of twent.-nme dayo from the tirst lnblica
lion of this uottro. I will in. C writton applica
tion to the honorabte Pe"retary of the inoreior
for authority to out aid rnrove all tl.he merohant..
bie saw logs. pin. and fir. on the following
descrlited land, to wit:
tCommeniing at a point two and uoi-fourth
(2')1 moilre dole sooth from the cortlultunc ofi
Mlain Helt creuk, and the right or west fork of
said Main Belt rrork. andl running t. ence cast
tihre I: mdilse. thlece eoroth tix (6R omile, hence
weet six : eile .tilneonnr r.,rth esx ,n mihln.thencte
est three (li) oiles to the pIace of bi'inning.
baid land Ieing unn.rrenyld, lbut lytng a0 onear as
can he deermiinel iu 'own. 1i no th, att in
ranges 8 or t east.
Haid landt havting thereon about or:e tmillion
fret iof it:n anti firii tit,.r al f irad It n'l nlrn
non mineral, rongh and at.iop. and nor: .laprul
focr agricultural Iarlono.., siu t nln catsd In the
county oif Meagthr and et".t: If olnt,,line.
\vlLItAt 'l IEILNEY.
Dated July lat. to9n.
C, B. lieL 1IC ER,
BLANK BOOKS
;To Order.;.
Books IN.Tb'L IIULC) mutt I'IIN'TELL.
NORTHERN- PACIFIE
Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel
ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv
ingston, Billings, Miles City and
Glenlive, and all points
EAST AND WEST.
There is nothing better than the rervice on
The Dining Car. Line.
lhrolgh Pullman S ei ingr ('ar and Fnrnished
Tourist Sleepers l.ai. bu.worn plnts in
MONTANA
-AND)-
ST, PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO,
iac fie Coast Trains P.ssring t.r:algh M'nnrsota
North Dakota. Montana, loaho, Uregon and
.\ashington, carry complete equipments of
PULLMAN PAIACE ( tL'EPING CAR,'.
FIRST & SECOND CLASO (COAC.IES,
PULLMAN 10OULRItT AND
.FREE COLONIAL SLEEI ERII
& ELEGANT DINING CARS.
I'fttOUGH TICKETS pre sold at all cooi o'
officesof the Northern Pac fic i. t'.. to otimse
North, East, Foath andl \West in tih United
States and Canada.
TIME SCHIIEDIIU.I.
In effect on and after Sunday, March 9, 1891.
TRAINS AItRTVC AT IIELENA.
INo. 1, Pacific Mail, west bound ........ :3 p.
No.2, Atlantic mail. east luund........10:40 p. W
No. 5, Logan and Ile.ena Passenger,
connerting at Logan with train No.
:. 'Pacifi Expreas. west bound........ 1:30 a. m
No. 6, Miesoula and Butte Express... 120:50 p. i
No. 8, Marybsville passenger.............11:10 a. i
N,. 10, Mslrysville accomnmdation..... 1:3.j p. i
No. til2, Itimini mixed, Mondays. Wed
neldays and s ridays .................... 5:00 p. sa
No. 9, Wickea, Boulder and Elkhorn
passenger .. .........................10:25 a. m
TRAINS DnEPART FROM HELENA.
No. 1, I'acific Mll, west bound ........ ]:0 p. m
No. 2, Atlantic Mail. east bound........ 10:55 p. m
No. 6, 1 elena and Logan passenger.
conneeting with train No. 4 at Lugan,
Atlantic express, eoat bound...... 4:40 pm
Ho. 5. Missoula and Butte Fn presh.... :00 a. m
No. i, Marysville passengrr............. 7:15 a.
No. ny Marysvillo accommodation ... :00 p. m
No r. llR ini mixed, Moundays, Wed
,eady ant Fridakr............. i. 8:15 a. m
No. 10, Wickes, Bonlder aud Elrhrn e
Passenger ........... ............. 3:0 .
oer taten, maps, timnt tables onr sp~.cinl ila'r.
mation. apply to any agent of she Northcrn Pao
cfic I. H., or to
CHA. S. RJEF.,
A. D. EDGAR, Gen'l I'an'. & T. Agt.
General Agent, t T. 'PAlU I,. rINN
(or. ctin &Grand '"'.. Itt. n-. Mont..
New Sioux City Route.
Passengers for the Eaist from Helena andi
other Western points will find the NEW
WOUTIE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLI
NOIS CENTRAL H. It. not only desirable
as to time and equipment, ibut one of the
most attractive, passing through Sioux City
the only Corn Pralce City of the world;
Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowal
Rockford. Illinois, a now mannufaoturing
city, that has become a "world within it
gelf," and Chicago, whose growth and en
terpriso is the wonderof the wor;d. With
elegant free Chair ('lars. and Pullm'n Pal
ace ileeping Car oin evary train between
Sioux City tand Chieago, and with close con
ne:tion with the UNION PACIFICO trains
at Sioux City, the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B, R,,
repeotfully presents its olaims for the unew
and every way desirable SIOUX CITY
IQOUTE.
For foilders and further particulars call
1pon local ticket agent, or address the on.
drsilgad at Manchester, lowa.
J. F. MIIEB Y,
Ius't. Oei Pass. Aut.
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR.
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mill
tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it works with splendid results on
the tailings from other amalgamating devices. It is
CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT,
and will pave ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, no
matter how fine, and the Soured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating
apparatus. I'here are very many places ia Montana where the Cook Amalgamator
will pay for itself every month.
I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana,
Having declined the pla.e of State Mine Inspeotor. I am now prepared t_
examire and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have hac
forty-five years' experience in mining. Q. C. SWALLOW.
See Amalgamator at my Office from 9 to 12 A. M.
THE OLDEST FIRM IN THE CITY*.
*CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN,.*
J-/AJRDW]RE -ANSTOVES.
We now have upon our floor
Refrigeratir,. the Finest and Most Complete Lawn Sprinklers,
Ice B0xcs, Lines of all kinds of Rubber
Ice Cream HOUSE Garden Hose,
Freezcrs, FURNISHING GOODS, Hose Reels,
Hos. OZZzl;,. and at prices to suit everybody. Lawn l ower.
*IRON AND STEEL MINING SUPPLIES.,
TELEPIONET NO. JO. S. M.A.IN S,

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