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THE WORLD ON WHEELS.
The Bears in New York Making De termined Attacks on Northern Pacific Stocks. The Railroad World Watching to See How Gould Will Play the Rook Island. L~ke and Rall Demorrlslatton--The WVf eonaln Central--Another Row Over Commtssions. Whatever loss the Northern Pacific many have suffered during the spring and sum mer from floods, are insignificant compared with the gains that will come from the movement of the enormous grain crops and wool and beef shipments. The wheat acre age tributary to the Northern Pacific is 10 per cent larger than last year, and the crops in Dakota will be unprecedented. In Mon tana many tons more of wool will be shipped this year than last. while the cattle ship ments will also be larger. The mining country tributary to the same line in Mon tana, Idaho and Washington is more pros perous this year than ever before and in consequence will furnish 50 per cent. more traffe, both in the shape of bullion and o1 e shipped out and supplies brought in. In Washington the grain and fruit yield are each immense, and this state and Oregon will also give a largely in creased business. Notwithstanding these facts, the bears in the New York stock mar ket are making determined raids on the preferred stock of the road. The charge has been made, and is still reported, that the German friends of Mr. Villard have dis posed of their holdings. This has been denied time and again, so now the wreckers declare that Mr. Villard, too, has sold his Northern Pacific securities. The charge is also made that the business of the road has fallen off largely in the past few months. The bears realize that when the annual re port is issued in a few months their last chance to hammer the stock will be gone, and they are, in consequence, doing every thing to affect it unfavorably now. The same tactics are being used against Union Pacific, but with not quite as much sucoess, for the reason that Gould and I)il ion are in the way. and protect their hold ings. With the Northern Pacific there is a better chance to do something, as Mr. Pratt, formerly one of its stanchest supporters, is dead, the Roekafellers are sick, Mr. Colby is away, and Villard is devoting a large part I of his attention to the North American company. Gould and the Rock Island. Considerable curiosity is manifested in railroad circles generally to know how Jay Gould will take his defeat in the Omaha bridge case. Everybody seems to have ar rived at one common conclusion in the mat. I ter, and that is that he will have his re venge in some way on the Rock Island and the Milwaukee & St. Paul roads for o.pos ing his will in the matter and forcing him to i abide by the contract into which the Union t Pacific solemnly entered if it takes him the a remainder of his natural life to get it. He 1 may bide his time, but he will get even e some day. The question that is just now I. uppermost in the minds of railroad men is a what effect his defeat will have on the af- r fairs of the Western Traffic association. 1i It will be remembered that Gould first re- t pudiated the contract shortly before the a agreement of that association had been n perfected and while it was vet under dis cussion. When his repudiation of the con tract was announced President Roswell Miller, of the Milwaukee & St. Paul, and President R. R. Cable, of the Rock Islana, , both let fall remarks which indicated that they were not very strongly disposed to go into any further compacts with a man who seemed to regard the binding character of a contract so lightly, and it appeared for a time as if Gould's action would prevent the ti consummation of the presidents' agree- ti meat. By the time these gentlemen reached ti New York, however, and before the meeting g of presidents took place, they had arrived a' at the conclusion that it would be better :o I fight the contract matter out in the courts d and not allow it to interfere with the prom ised settlement of western railroad affairs generally, which were then in a very unset tled and unsatisfactory condition. Now it is asked will not the parties change sides and Gould be the one to get to back at the two antagonizing roads in some way through the Western Tratlic associa tion. That association is generally under- hi stood to be Gould's own creature. It is j also understood that he created it for some purpose of his own, and when that purpose o0 is served, or it appears conclusively that it T has ceased to promote the furtherance of et his purpose, he will demolish it swiftly and without the :lightest reluctance. Will he w doso to punish tlhee two roa s for defeat- in ing hinl in the courts? It would cause no gi surprise to a g.od rmany lecple if the vic tory of the lio:ik Island anRd the Milwaukee & St. Paul in this matter would be the sig- di nal for the inauuuration of another western freight rate war. ru Lake and fRail Rates. at Although the representatives of the lake di and rail lines have once more formred the lh resolve that they will restore west-bound dr rates from the seaborn to St. Paul to the basis agreed upon shortly before the open- 1 ing of navigation and maintain there there at strictly till the close of the season, the all- ei rail men place very little reliance in their at asseverations. They don't expect to see it rates advanced, or if any slhow of advanc- t ing them is made they do not expect to see them maintained for rany length of time. it Since their pr;!iminary meeting prior to the opening of naviRtation tihe lake and fati a i men have done little but meat and agree to s restore and ulainltatiln rates. Several mreetings each mIonth have bin held by them anid ir yet tothiltg ]ilas ever come of their contfer slites or tlheir sesolrrtion,. ill no fora!er year have lake and rnil rait(ei leen tro:s thorouvhly denaorrr!lzedl thian in thle present one. Thie all-rill I:esn htav, thereforo, romie a to the conclusion that the last mlert. g will have the rnslme rmlnit as the mrui: thlt l:ut ve p-ill now remnin demoralhzed till the close of navigartion. mVRisonsi,,n C(nutIral IteaLnes. t. Chairman Finley, of the Western Il'assen- C ger association, hie issued r stattement showing that the number of passengers turned over by the Wisconsin Central road to thie Ilnrrlntins rnd the Irock lairnd rodds in conformity with the ordersl of the advis ory boah d of the inorthwestern blinld pai c saenger Sool was 1,101 for thie imnthiS f 4f May and hune. ''his was special Lnsirve, Ii only and did nrot include theom ,r-nit buri ness turned over fromr the asencls trntridi tihe trurk Ihte emigrant Lool. Notwith stending this large divi:ioun of its busIntess the Wisconsin CeOntral has carried twenty pr cent. of the entire business betweet Chicago and -t. Paul since the organize tion of the pool. a Still Paying Comluisslons. There is consideraible mndianation among ticket agents in the east owing to te fact II thata number of t! em have been reported Si to their surerior oflicers as havinrg recently received commissions on the sale if tickets. It has been ascertained that ollicials ol the New York Central, the II. & O).,tthe Erie tnrd the 'eonisylvanla roads have rc- r ceived such information and have written to several of their agents demanding an explanation, claiming to have evidence of their uilt in the shape of vouchers aind checks. Whether l this will result in a wholesale discharge of L ticket agents on eastern roads for disobedi. ence of orders, or whether the trunk line Smanagers will oe content to extend the boycott to those western lines that have been paying commissions contrary to thevi agreement with the hoard of rulings, is a , qaestion that is oausing much spe.ulation. Of course, the Chiongo & Alton is exempt from suspition, as its tickets are not on sale in the offices of the eastern roads. It follows that some of the other western lines which have agreed to discontinue the pay. ment of commissions have violated their agreement, and it looks very much as if 0 some of these same lines had gone to the trouble of informing on the agents to whom these commissions were paid. For yarns and wor.is of all kinds go to The I l:ee Hive. Glasswaroe of all kinds very cheap at The fee llive. I)inner frtom five to eight at the Helena Cafe. PRESS EXCURSION. Montana Newspaper MAen to Take a Trip to Salt Lake and Denver. Secretary Yerkes, of the Montana Piess association, who is id Helena attending the session of the board of state managers for the World's fair, has completed hisarrange ments with Agent II. t). Wilson, of the Union Pacific, for the excursion to Salt Lake. The secretary asks for early replies to his circular letter of August 1 requesting tpplications for transportation. It is neces sary that he should receive answers as soon as possible so he can give 'the railroad people the number of members of the association who will make the trip. If it is desired a Pullman will be furnished at special rates. This matter will be attended to by a committee at Butte. The excursion tramn will leave Butte Sep tember 3, at 4:30 p. m. leaching Salt Lak'u at 8:40 the next morning. Two days will probably be spent in Salt Lake. ' ihe trip i will be extended to Denver if members de sire it. 'l he executive meetings will be held on the train so that there may be no delay I sitheusiness of the association., Secre tary Yerkes expects a large attendance in Butte at this year's meeting of the associa tion. Ample accommodations will be furn ished both in Butte and on the excursion train. A pleasant trip and a good time is assured to all who attend. Fancyl Tlrkiuh towels, suitable for tidies, a The Bee hlive this week for tSe. Typewriting, roonm 15 Bailey block. Si I'lunkard. There was not an empty seat to be had a Mings last night and a good many peopl, stood up during the four acts. The idea o the piece is to amuse, and it thoroughl! effects its object. It convulses the andienci from start to finish, and the specialties o the leading performers were frequently rede manded. A very good quartette appeared, and realism is illustrated by a threshing I machine at work. Mr. Lewis, who plays Si Plunkerd, was the most popular with the andience.who seemed tobe much taken with his quaint, dry humor, and were delighted with his whistling ability. W. H. Milligan as Felix Schmardt, has a very good Dutck dialect. The company left last night for Bozeman, Men's lisle thread underwear at The Bee Hive only $1 per suit. Buy your crockery and glassware at The Bee Hive and eave 25 per cent. Presented With His Portrait. Marshal Sims had been busy at his desk in his office at the city hall about ten min utes last night when happening to glance around he saw a reproduction of himself looking at him. It was a crayon portrait, eighteen incheswwide and twenty-two inches long, in a neat silver gilt frame, with a card attached bearing the words: "With com plime.nts of the police force." The affair had been worked very quietly and the pic ture hung on the wall during the marshal's absence from his office. It is an exact like ness. Ladies' embroidered silk handkerchiefs at The lBee Hive only _5c. You can buy a pair of scissors or shears from four to nine inches long at The Bee Hive for 5ec. Enlarging Judith Land District. Commissioner Carter has notified the Helena land office of the enlargement of the Judith land district. This is done by taking from the Yellowstone district and the Helena district, whatever land in Fer gus county has been under those offices and attaching it to the Judith district. This will place all of Ferguscounty in the Judith district. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Richard A. Harlow has conveyed to Wal ter A. Bradshaw part of lot one, block one, Beattie addition, for $3,500. The Helena and Frisco Mining company has paid an August dividend of $10,000. This makes an even $200,000 to date. City Treasurer Walker sold $9,000 worth of warrants yesterday at 97.1 on the dollar. The Montana Savings bank bought the entire lot. A swimming contest for men and boys will take place at the Broadwator this even ing. Capt. Beach, the man fish, will also give an exhibition. The Sundownels enjoyed a very pleasant dinner at '7 he Helena last evening. An ex cellent menu was especially prepared by the management, and the service was all that could be de:sired. fH. Brett, formuoe:l with the Broadwater, and recently with the Hotel May at Boul der, has leased the Alhambra Hot Springs hotel. 'lie opening will take place on Fri day evening with a grand ball. Petorman's orchestra will furnish the music. HI. . Ihelps, proprietor of the Montana lIusiness college, bits leased the upuer floor ane one-half of the second floor of the electric light building. The rooms now oo culpia by the school are not sufficient to necoIliutdate the large ntmber of students that will be in iatendanc the coming year. While the driver of a wood team was en gaged in unloading on Rodney street yes terday morning, the horses because fright stied saul rani away. After circling around reveral blocks, ii their flight, they ran into vard at the Chessman flats, breaking the iron fence and Ladly izjuring one of the horses. The team was caught in the yard. onlitarian S.rvleer. Unitarian services will be held on Aug. 9th, NI;th and 'l1d, in E:lctric hall, corner of rlxth rand Park avenues, 1ev. H. M. Crot hers, of St. laul, ofliciating. Services at 11 a. u. slnd eight p. m. Special fate. Commencing Augout :1 and continuing to Augult M we will place on our special sale counter our entire stock of boys; and ehil ren's suits and single pints at two-thirds value. (lo:re:Nnooni, blinM & Co. We have A very large line of boys' and children's clothinu for this season of the year, and we give one of ounr two-third value sales in order to reduce outr stock. (,i.siczNorn, i lor & Co. Islowera at ('eat. On l'uesday and Wedlneday of this week I will sell evy aitire stock of fine flowers and children' .o,,ool at cost. Ladies, call and be cony :ctll fiat yon can by these lioois for .-e-half what you have been paying :,,: 'u1ni. F. Keui ryv, No. 12 Warren St., Helena. Mont. lir. i " , Ii, ,!r~hnt hive. (trc .. Ibeol 15. I fli mI h,our a. m. to9 p. Tn. r:1. :iate elntranceon Warren tiL. In'I Thlin Cheapi? Go to Oppenheimer & Asch, International hotel ftlock, and try a bottle of porter at 1l cents. I.rer.,e!oaenit oftits liver, with constilpati o DeUrici.11 tli c.lllexmill indumlce Limples, aall,w kin. I, ,oeve the cause by uieg I'arter'" Little Liver Pil!l Ontc doc,. Try thetm. ii- * DEAD AT HER FEET. no be Lightnlng Kills a D)og, but Misses the Lady of ithe Hone., * During the storo` yeste.lay morning n, lightning struck the ohimney of the house pt occupied .y John Anderson and his wife, on the line of the electrio cars, near the es Broadwater,. hotel, The chimney was y. knocked into small pleos. which wele seat ir tared all orr the yard. Passing down from it the chimney the bolt struck two iron caps to used on the stovepipe holes and melted m them. At that point the lithtning appears to have divided into two currents, one run ning down one side of the house and the to other down the opposite side. The paths of the two currents were marked by spliut ered boards from the Rides of the. house. Wherever it had traveled the electricity had melted the nitls and sent splinters of a wood tlying in all directions. One part of the bolt continued on to the foundation, disarranging and splintering some of the heavy stones. The other part, however, passed through a screen door, melting the wire sereening. It struck a dog lying on the porch at Mrs. Anderson's feet. 1 he animal was instantly killed, but the lady was not - 5 injured. A black atreuk from the dog's tail to the head marked the passage of the r fluid. The lightning also struck a wire of the electric railway, and passing into the power house burned out the armature in one of I the generators. The accident caused some delay in the running of the cars, but every thing was soon in good order again. PERSONAL. R. Lockey goes to California to-day. Mrs. T. J. Porter went to San Francisco yesterday. 'ii Pat Carney, of Pony, Madison county, is re in the city. ar Circnit Judge Knowles returned from Miesoula yesterday. (ir Hon. David B. Lyman, a prominent at torner of Chicago, is stopping at the Coa- 'is mopolit.n. t.t Harry H. Brown. of Sturrook & Brown, re left over the Union Pacific yesterday for San Francisco. W. J. Powell, editor of the New Era at Rolla, Mo., is staying for a few days in rn Helena on his way to the coast. Thompeon Campbeli boarded a train for Butte yesterday after finishing his argun ment in the MacKnight contempt case. Morris Sands, who has been sick for sev eral weeks with mountain fever, was out on the streets yesterday receiving congratula tions from his many friends. Will Arrive To-day. t The following passengers will arrive e here to-day on the west bound Northern ,t Pacific express: E. H. Knight and J. M. Cook. Arrivals at The Helena. S. L. Lovejoy, New Chas. F. Powell, wife York. and children, U. b. W.11. Hurst, city. enginocr. M1. J. Hutchnls. Hel- C. b. t'olan, city. e ena. H. II. Davis. city. J. A. McEnight, city. A, W. L,.man, city. ii. Lorkey. city. M. Plunkertt. 'Lesten. I A. . Jordan. Tacoma. M. C Fos.to, Wash Loutis lHotz, St. I aul. ington, 1). C. SWill. 1 enhart, ('lhiago. L i'. ,j renl, Lalt Lake. W.J. Pherildan. C(icago Gre o. M. Hays. Bill Jar. G. tiamtey, (len- ings. dive. E. at. Johnson. Milee Jas. Hasson, St. Paul, cityy E. T. Niebling, Port- Frank W. Traphagen, land. LDeer Lodge. E. i). Weed, city. S. DeWolfe,. ntte. R lrchard Coe er. Jr., W. l. ltiekford. Mis Groencburg, Pa. Foela. Jno. I4. loane, Mis- Edward King, Chicago. soula. E. M. Green, Boston. H. H. lirotning. Bos,- har. 1i. Story, Port ttn. land. T. Bi. McMane. Judith Gee. Foreman, Louis Basin. Ville. SJ.G. Walker. Chicago. Gr. C. tCallott, San W. H. Searles and wife Francioa. Minneapolis. A. J. Fisk, city. Henry slake. city. Hiram Knowles. Mis Alexander C. Botkin, soula. ciy. Harry F. Lewir, San J. Iy'. Wardner. Fair- Francciseo. haven, \ alh. S. Cul on. Cneotau. Mrs. C. F. Powell and Miss l'owell, Boton. children, mo-ton. Wim. k . P. Aims. Whil J. E CoreminshowYork adelphia. Arrivals at the Grand Central. F. .. A. Monaghan, T, A. Averill, Towns Newark, N.J. end. Wi. C'oyne, Ilimini. 0. F. Lindquist, Bloss J. M.. Dtton. helena. burg. It. . llerlsfield,Kansas A. G. McAeeland.Oma City. ha, Neb. :dw. rafmaeller, New J. A. Aspland, New York. York. MIrs Wolf, New York. Mrs. F'lemming. Butte. Mrs. MeMasters, Butto. John MeC'ab,. Wickes. Alf O'eil. Butte. Mr. I. r. Schreve, Jas. Schreve. Wickes. Wickes. i. Vi. lioger, Loston. J. W. Carlenter, Hel W. Bennett and son, ena. Doer Lodge. W. W. Troenccy, Ana J. It. Whitmire. BloEs- conda. burg. W. J. Powell, Ilolla, E. It. Averill. Elliston. Me. J. 13. Mclellan. A. K. Gillette, Elliston (has. W. Ieoil, Helena WY. . Jewell. I2ders L. \V. Pock, Benton. burg. John Hruegyer. Willis- W. It. H. Dickinson, ton, N. 1). Miseola. E. i. ' owelr, Missouln. M. J. Place, Great Miss Julia Finger, Falls,I South Heart, N. ID. G. 5. Ingersoll, lHelena Geoo. W. Lefier, Buttt. Mrr. J. U'Moren, eis Mist liekar. Budapest. sima. \V. 'T. Deadmond, los- C. F. Dietrich, Ottawa, ton. Kan. Johu Hildebrandllasin Lee Davis, New Xeork. t F. P. Murray. Comet. W. W. Hall, lel,.a, P. L. Bathrick, Elk- GeorgeSpecncrr,l:ouller I lhorn. Ii. i. lrown, San I. Luckey. elolena. Francisco., I. Wolls. lelmville. Joseplh Sturgeon,llelm II. J. Wale., Ihelhvill ville. E. It. t.r., Wieks. 1). . Patteorsor andof W. E. 'retn,. IlHloe. wife, anse. City, J. B. Aldrew, i:lkoirn. \\. S. Thoompoa,Boat'n The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for tl'e production of evrrvtl-iug t.at will conduce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the systemn ently in the spring time, or, in fact, at any time. and the better it is known the more popular it becomes lamps are selling at eastern prices at The Bee Hive.. Drs. Essig & Fotle, dirntlats, roomis 510 and 511 Powner blork--ilrlt floor. Herbert, Nlcholso, n & C., limitedl, have Inoved thair geaerlal office tfroul tihe ware house to their usalsrooll, coraier Edwardl Atlreelt and Iark avenue. All orhe.rs left there ,or i or1od,l coal, Iar', grain, tie., will Ihave pronapt altentlan. Fruit and produce at wholeisaln olly. Telephone 2 n. Big drive in table linen and towels at The Bee elieo. Iergalin cullrtners aR a le, I down at The eoo Hlive with eIllaty nlaful houstehild goods. HEIENA IN BRLIEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. FIAT'Ti -IIAIhLAG l',uiK -Otn Aug. 3, at nlatly a ld Ht e a tt sie.ts, hy II. 1F'. Vtiel,ll)lla , jusetico tafit ih e , pos . * eil IB Fiat, to iSrah (,illsghor, IOtN. 2I.NSO)Ml --Tn tin wife rof Fgbort ilaruomo, Aiug, , Il., a sil. Ivy Lodge No. 24, I. of I'. Meets every Tuesday. A regular mnwlinq ,f ibn above ' .*- lodge will Is., Bi1 this i t a aVo r vening, at li ir t'a. tle Ilall, . ý, r - A It. tall, hark eiVu " i.%nle-U I~'rt of isrtIrl ,Igei are cordially invitedl to alt.-ii. WILL. . hiltlAlx, C. ;, K. of ii. ard S. lMonlana Lodgr No. 1, 1. 0.. O j. Meetl every '1 eetlay. A rguln r atol uiIg ;,la,rlults lodgs No. l will li, lu d at (I 1 '-1illws 4W Ii uilh. (Jackson lit',ut rntra ita+ of wI' a nte lllti g ar re f ill, . la" r,aakrI i iE lrcnar Ill l ee tI i r iht a) e',lr lwa : 7 lar'lar platyr ,, April. ltll tur ber aril (tlrtahr, 7:I:t; Mlay Jur., July andl Augu.st, i. Visitig I tI ltacrs a-o colirlly wtr,,menl. LitU1t hTAUL.EII,N. u. UialL IKLUUE, Becrrltar. * OR PUBLIC':-: NOTICE! Grand Jlotel RT FOR RENT. SThe only Hotel in the Town, and doing a Good Business. For fur" ther particulars address all com. munications to SDAVID FRATT, Billings, Mont. $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. 'Ihe undersigned will seal r lease (for a term of throe y'arsl their hay ranch seven milh northeast of Helena. 'erns easy and iatiafaotory to any resonable purchaser. Also a be autiful mounl ttin ranch twenty-osven miles north of liotena, and within thr o anl one half miles of tho Great Northern rallrnad, to tner witll sixty heal of fine graded stock, on alf oattlo and the other halt horses, ine head oaken to work and rise, naturadied to the neighborhood and all tame and gentis. rhe ranch is located on Sheep eretk and tihon Mario, anl includes two wa.e: rights and trnounrous ditche,, and about 350t( worth of fruit of all kinds suitabl, to the soel sad climatse. Ino hun. drod .ares fenced, enohoulug fiah ponds web ootued with tfront and live heavers to koop the damns olosed, and fair buildings ehods etc., for temporary eue. lor gardening, fruit raisin;. stuck raising. a dairy Irsation or a gentleman's oesidonce this ranch cannot bo equaled by any tther in thin part of the state. For terms or information call at the ranch or write to Mitchell's Station. This proptosition is made on accoun t of the pre('aiins health of Mes. Wilcinsn and tO eap poaching old ago of the parties. iai . st WILKINSON M$ I.IA WL, frKIt S[N. J. P. PORTER, Real Estate . Sand Moines OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. HE%-,E% k Eight Years Before the Pnllic. Our work rndt raduates stronge t recommend. ations,. No vacation. school in session now. DAY AND NIGH1 SESS1ONS. COURSES:-1. Business. 2. Stenography and Type-writing. it, Telegraphy. 4, Pen Art. 5, Architct.ural. t. Englieh and Normal. 7. C.'inary. First-class boarding accommodations for itudent, at ITUDINTS HOME NO. 70) Ninth avenue. SPECIAL TERMS given to all who apply from lULY 25 to Shl'TEM4ii R 1, for a lear l cr half rear's courbe. Demonstration Lecture in Cooking every Tues lay from n to IU p. m. at College Hall. For full information visit the Collge or rread he "Nw'ew euinss v.ducitor," or address the 'rincipal. Prof. H. . ENGELHORN. M. A., Helena. Mont. TOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-NOTICE IS hereby given that a meeting of the stock. olders oif The Leo Mining and Milling Company f Montana, will he held at the office of said snrusrny at 303 North I hir, street St. Louis. Mo.. n Moaday. thie 17th day of August. 18!1, for tihe "rpocso of electing seven (7) trustees to serve or tihe ensuing ycar. I'olle open Irom 12 m. tot p.,in.m A. GOOD, Secretary. aQ & oh 4 t4ýb ~ 8 &~44 L// o?2 NO° ° o +ý1y'hat is is Cot' Vtrt Cle 14 to @ s to ~,~;to b3A i \. ý38"De1 /O, I/ j oe qA ~d ý. ~6~'cear IASSIGNEE'S SALE For an Indefinitely Short Time. 1 Commencing Monday, Aug. 3, 91 Id The John R. Drew Splendid Stock of n BOOTS & SHOES, Will be on Sale for Absolute Value, -Regardless of Cost -! Main Street, Opp. Grand Central Hotel. BARNARD BROWN, ,C. C. NEWMAN, Manager for Assignee. Assignee THE ORICINAL PAINLESS DENTISTS, OF MINNEJA-POLIS, --Are for Ten Days Located at the Windsor House,- From 1 to 28 Teeth extracted in One Minute, without any pain whatever or un pleasant sensation. No chloroform, no ether, no poisonous drugs. But the harmlesu aphlication of our own original system of PAINLESS DENTISTRY. We insei t Teeth Without Plates by our own system of Gold Crown and Bridge Work, rendering roots serviceable by our own new methed of Crowning with Gold and giving especial attention to Ireserving the natural tebth. BEST SET OF TEE I H ON RUBBER, $10. Teeth made on every bess known to the dental profession-Rubber, Gold. Silver. Alluminium, or Celluloid. OQNýTULTATION' FREE DR. IH. J. WIIRT H. THE GOSMýPOLITAN EUROPEAN HOTEL AND CAFE. The old Hotel haa changed hendi and the new proprietors have made a new Hotel of it. The best Restaurant in the city is now being run in connection with the Hotel, and you can get a meal, or BOARD BY THE WEEK AT $8.oo. The Rooms have all booen enerally renovated and new furniture placed in them and a First-Class IRoom can be had at O'n 500Q., 750. TO $1.00 =SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Give us a call and satisfy yourself that the COBMOPOLITAN is the best place in the city in which to stop. GARRETT & BURGARD, Prop's. L. SMITH, SFreight and Transfer L ne, HELENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merchandise and other freighbts Including ors. pr-mp!ly trasf'rred from the epet. Ordrrers willreceive prompt attention. Drric--At J. Feldberg' mtoe a and at the Depot TOCKHOLUDE SB MEETING-OFFIC: OF .the Jersey .luo Mining company. room No. 1. Power boilding. The annual meeting of the stcokholders of the Jarsey Itluo Mining company will be hold in the office oftlhe rompnny, room No. I. Power build ing, in the city of Herena, Montana, on Tuesday, tleptembsr i, lo9l, at four o'clock p. m., flr the election of seven trustee., to serne durinm the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other busineas as may properly ome before said meoet ing. J. O, HUI)NU'IT. BARNARD BROWN. President tecretary. Itelena. Mont.. Aug. 2, 1891. f(YTfIJE TO CREDITORS-IN THE DtiS trict court of the first judicial distriot of the state o Montna, into and fdr the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of David Ilcuben. docrac.d. Notice i hereby given by the nnderaigned. ad ministrator of the e.-tte of David Itourn, der~eed, to the croditors of. anti all Iersons hav ing claims aeyinit the said deceas d. to exhibit t. Am witl the iecestary vouchnrs. within ten montl.s after the first tibliation of this notice. to the said administrator at. the law office of Ashlbern K. harbour, in the Mlasonic Temule. in t he city of Ielono, county of Laewis and Clarke and state of Montana, the santso being the pnace of the transaction of the businesse of the said estate. ELIAS IRUBEN. Administrator of the estate of David IRubn deceai ed. Daste.d, lelena, Montana. July 28. 189L ANNUAL MI'ETTNd--TIHE ANNUAL MEET Sinr of t~e .tockholders of the iRocky IFork Town an I ilectrio compainy will Ibe held at the office of Word & Smilh, the office of said oompa ty, at Helona, Montana, on tht IPith day of August, A. D. 1811. ' . T. HAUSEIl, SAMUEL WOirDl), I rusident. diocretara.