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A GOLB MIN&ON EV ERY LOT.
Recent Developments in the KENWOOD district, comprising the Bradford,
Brooke and Syndicate Additions to Helena, 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
KENWOOD
Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service, insur
ing purity and freshness, the fine 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.
214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA.
n D O 1 O A ATTI, his four-,ear-old mate by Don Carlos. Ixmmw nTml"m M .. . m emmu i AE w ... . ... . .. . w . ..... _ _,.
HORSES AND
HORSEMEN.
Marcus Daly's $22,000 colt, Silver King,
won a race at Saratoga this week.
Ninety-eight stallions had trotting rec
ords of 2:20 and better at the close of 1890.
St. Omer, an 18-year-old son of Blue
Bull, got a pacing record of 2:281 last
week.
With seven running meetings in progress
the high-class horses are pretty badly split
up.
The profits of the recent Washington
park(Chicago) race meeting are said to
have been close to $200,000.
The Charter Oak stake, $10,000, for 2:20
horses, will be trotted at Hartford on
Wednesday, Aug. 26.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. R. McCorkle, of
the Point Breeze track, enjoyed the Cleve
land trotting meeting.
It is rumored that the Dwyer Brothers
will move their Elizabeth, N. J., track into
Middlesex county.
Silver Tail paced a mile with running
mate ii 2:07 at Cleveland on Thursday.
Miss Myrtie Peak was the driver.
It is said if the rave of the sun are per
mitted to shine through a window into a
horse's eyes blindness may result.
Mr. 'Pettit, of Hedgewood Farm, Salem
county, N. J., has placed his stallion Bell
man in Budd Doble's stables.
Budd Doble has been somewhat under the
weather, and in consequence made no en
tries at the Cleveland meeting.
Nelson's mile in 2:11?' is the fastest heat
trotted this season, while Hal Pointer's two
heats in 2:10% is the best for a pacer.
Little Albert, winner of the 2:23 class at
Cleveland, getting a mark of 2:19'., be
longs to Munroe Salisbury's California
stable, and is by Albert W.
The Hudson County Jockey club an
nounces that on August 10 it will begin a
seventeen days' meeting at Guttenberg,
racing every week-day.
The classes for the fall meeting at Bel
mont course, beptember 8 to 11, are as fol
lows: 2:40, 2:24, 2:25, 2:23, 2:20 and 2:18
trotting, 2:30, 2:22, 2:20 and 2:18 pacing. The
purses are $1100 each.
Eon's defeat at Saratoga last Tuesday
was one of the greatest surprises of the
season. He had previously won eight
straight races. Judge Morrow and Racine
also met unexpected defeats.
The roan gelding Harry McNair, by Alle
gheny Boy, has been sold to II. C. Bing
ham, of Hartford, by M1r. McNeir, of
Chambereburg, Pa., for $5,00i. McNair
trotted a inle on Cheater Oak track in
2:21.
Ed. Corrigan is reported as having ex
pressed his intention of continuing his
present meeting at the Hawthorne track, at
Chicago, until Norvember, and then open
again after the fall rains and run all win
ter.
It locks now as though Thistle, the
brother to the pacer Goldlerr (that made a
record of 2.1114 as a four-year-old), was go
ing to prove fully as fast as his brother, as
he recently streped a mile over the Park
ville track in 2:14!-.
The disagreement between F. C. Mc
Lewee and James McLaughlin as to the
payment of the latter's salary for services
as a jockey has been compromised out of
court, the jockey receiving, it is said,
$3,r00.
The Walcott & Campbell string is not
ve y foimidable at present. It started out
well in the early selring, but subsequently a
number of the animals went amles, from
pnemionia mainly, and not much may be
expr cted of the stable before fall.
Milton Young has purchased Her High
ness, tiB royarlly bred four-vear-old filly
who car:ied August l(rlnm,nt's colors as a
two-yeal-tcd, and again with great success
as a th:ree-ryer-oli. Fir, :ir by iirp. St.
BlIise, out of impu. Princess, by King 'lo'n.
Fiftr-six stallionrs with eceordIs of t2:31 or
better have had prroluce enter the 2:30 list
this season. Thirty-three of them have
records of 2:25 or Lbetter, anit nine have rec
ords from 2:"0 to 2:1:;'4, hMaxy Cobb being
the fastest sire of a new performer.
Mill Boy is now 16 yuears old, but he Is
s$ill a good pole horee when hooked with
his four-year-old mate by Don Carlos.
John Shepherd, of Boston, the owner, some
times drives Mill Boy and Arab, 2:15, to
gether, but the California gelding is too
fast for the old timer.
Over 300 performers have entered the 2:30
list already this season. Prodigal is the
fastest of the trotters, having reduced his
mark to 2:17j)- at Detroit on the 21st inst.,
and Mascot has the honor for the fastest
heat for new pacers, 2:15, which was also
made at Detroit.
The following are the classes and purses
arranged for the Grand Circuit meeting at
the Philadelphia driving park, September
1, 2, 3 and 4: 2:18, 2:20, 2:23, 2:29, 2:26 and
2:31:, trotting, free for all; 2:17, 2:20 and
2:2.5 pacing and the H. S. Henry colt stakes
for 2, 3 and 4-year-olds. The purses ag
gregate $22.500.
Happy Bee, the four-year-old brown mare
by Happy Russell, that made a record of
2:17?r at Cleveland this week, got a mark
of 2.29k2 as a two-year-old. Mr. Gibbons,
of this city, puchased the filly at a moder
ate price soon after her 1889 performance,
and he sold her to Mr. Payne, Of Cleveland,
this week for $10.600.
Proctor Knott has been quite sick since
his arrival at Saratoga, but he is now im
proving, and is taking his feed with a relish.
The ailment is something of a catarrhal
nature, and will not be lasting. Mr. Soog
gan says there is no lung trouble at all, and
that the big gelding will not be affected by
his sickness.
tHal Pointer's three beats in 2:1034, 2:10(,
2:10k, at Cleveland last Wednesday, are
the best on record to harness. The aggre
gate time, 6:31.k, beats Little Brown Jug's
three famous heats, made in 1881, by 48y
seconds, and is half a second faster than
Hal Pointer's great race at Terre Haute
last year, when he boat iB. B. Pickaway's
Docter H. and Adonis in 2:09/, 2:12%, 2:13.
Little Brown Jug's time 2:11%, 2:11%,
2:121/4.
Miss Alice, 2:1714, and GeneSmith. 2:15.,
both in Goldsmith's string, are to be worked
together with a view to a fast mile to pole,
when the grand circuit reaches Hartford,
Conn. Major Dickinson is reported to have
said that he can put a team together which
he is willing to match a3ainst any tair in
the country, Belle Hamlin and Justina not
barred, for $10,000 or $20,000 a side, the
latter sum preferred. Rumor has it that
the team the major has in mind is Nelson,
2:10%, and Aubine, 2:19., whom he has
driven together.
Potomac has broken down. After several
attempts to bring the colt to another race
Mr. Dwyer has decided to turn him out, and
the chances now are that the racing public
has seen the last of the noblest sort of St.
Blaise. His leg has been troubling him all
season, an i Mr. Dwyer has never been sure
in any of Potomac's races that the colt
would not pull up a bonaless cripple. Poto
mac has had a most brilliant career. As a
two-year-old he was only beaten in the
Junior Champion by two short heads, and
he won the rich Futurity. At the sale of
the late August lIelmont's stable Potornac
was bought by M. F. Iwyer for $25,000.
P'ctomac this year won the Realization, and
lie is the only horse that has win both the
Futurity and the li alization, the riohest
two-Sear-old and the richest three-year-old
events. If Potomac is permanently dis
abled be will be tu:ned over to Milton
Young, and will be retired to the Mc
Grathiaina stock farm in Kentucky.
Pl'aaalilt Jlorlneye.
Pleasant journeys can always be had via
the Wisconsin ('entral line. The employes
are courteous and obliging, the sleeping and
dining cars and day coaches are peers of
any in the nlorthwest. 'he leaving hours
at principal trminallll points ar. econven
lent, and the daepts are centrally located.
Altogether it is the most deRsiiabll. route in
either directin bietern St. Paul, Mutliie
apolis, Ashland land D):lluth alnd Milwaukee
and Chicago. Try it alld be convinced.
O. K. T.--Ilonet Iles«its.---). K. P.
Many of the pioneers of ()lregon and
Washington hayve cheerfully testified to the
wondl fill curatlve pllperties of tilhe celo
brated (Oiegoi Kiidnev 'lea. Purely vegao
table andl Ile:aeant to the tasteo land can be
takern by the yiounlgest child or Siliget deli
ciat feiintle. ). K. T. is a iever falling
remedy for 1pains in the back iand loins,
non retentionl of urine, scalding or burningi
se.cation while urinating, mucous dis
charges and all kidney troubles of either
sex. $1 at all druggists.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER
in accordance with the proeieioan of slo
tion 8, rules and regulations prescrioed by the
honorable secretary of the interior. May 5th. 1881,
1, the undersigned, give notice that at the expi
ration of twenty-one days from the first publica
tion of this notice, I will mnke written applica
tion to the hoaorablba ocretary of the interior
for authority to outand remove all the merchants.
blo saw logs. pine and fir, on the following
described land, to-wit:
Commencing at a point two and one-fourth
(2ki) miles dune south from the confluence of
Main Holt creek, and the right or went fork of
said Main Belt creek, and running t'.ese east
three 13) miles. thence south six (6i miley, thence
west six (6) miles.thence.n',rth six -i) mihleethenee
east three (1) miles to the ilace of be-ginning.
oaid land oeini unsurre d, tinut ,ying as near as
can he determined in f'own. 13 nortl, and in
range 8 or 9 east.
Said landl having thereon abot ore million
feet of pine anl fir tinmbr, all cf said land being
non-mineral, rough and steep, and nuot adapted
for agricultural purposes, and is Itoated in the
county of Meagher and state of Montana.
WVILLIAM [ItIRNEY.
Dated July let. 1891.
NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOILDERS ON _
the Three Mile Mining and Milling com
pany.
You are hereby notified that a leet irig of the
stockholders of the Three Mile Mining and Malil
ing company will be held at the oflic, of \WVelh
& rewman, in rooms a21 and 212 in tie Power
block in the city of Helena, county of Iewis and
Clarke. .nd etateof Montana. on the sth day of
Augnust. 1891. at 10 o'clock a. min. tf snoid ldays 'tLh
rbject and purpose of said meeting is to sall or
otherwise dispose of the entire prop-r'y of said
Three Mile Mining and Milling comuany, con
sisting of thie Helena l'onpor Quartz alode and
the Three Mile Lode, and other Idrolirty of the
company oitoated in Three Mile Mining district
in Lewis and Clarke county, Montana, and to
disineorporate said corporation.
Given under our hands thiL 28th day of June.
89L W. HI. MlN)RtL'LL,
JOHN HI. MORtlELL,
.. W. KNIGHT.
Trustese.
NOTrE Or PIROBATE OF WILL--IN THE
district court of tha First judicial district of
the state of Montana ian sad for the county of
Lewis and Clarke.
In the matter of theestate of Peter N. Bcllmore,
deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made on
the 2Ets day of July, 1891, nethce in hertby given,
that Wednesday, the fifth day of Augunt., 1I1, at
L0 o'clock a. min.. of said day. at the ncourt roam
of said ceort. at the court hone, in the county of
Lewis and C:arke, hea been apnointle as the
time and place for proving the wi of e aid Peter
N. lellmore, deceased, and for hearing tho ap
plication of N. Kessler for the isOuaaon to him
of letters testamentary, whin and whrle any
person interested may appear t~nd contest the
JOHN BEA, Clerk.
By H. J. Cý anv. Deputy.
TBeaaLn dt tutvtFIY.
Attorneys for petitioner.
Dated July 25, 1891.
PRO I"I&%qlONAL h R\ IS.
R . G . D A V l -Sl.
Attorney at Law,.
Ioom 5, Ashby Block, Helena, Mont.
1Dii . C. . LAWYERII,
Physoician and ISurgeon,
Bri'anLTu -Ics--'I(,, Far and Throat.
Oltice: 106ii iBroadway.
]jltALEY & BLACFOIID,
(J. W. Kinsley-Wm. M. Blackford)
Attorneyn at law.
Denter Block, Helena. Mont.
AhOiIlUIN K. BAlItItIUIl.
Attorney and ('toitn-lhir at Law.
Masonic a TempheI,, ltlol.:a. Mit.
Attlrnet andl l'olnill,,r at LAW.
Will practic. In all ,'crIt of ree.,.-d In the
stale Sti ien in 1;,:,, ' II ,:i 11:--,a, float.
IZLLL e. K1:l":i.
(Civiland t i 'ini, icntin.tra.
U. H D puttity Il nr,:,l ;',.y, ' at
ottioe r"rud. Ittini., I , A:Il-n lltiliit, IloI.
1)u1. M. IOtKMAN,
l'hyelcian. Surgeon, A c' th-r,. Oculist. Auriet.
Meamlr of Lan Fa:r.itcti Mlt ,'al hitilety.
lI, nevd, tl ,eti . (l.l a! N,,,m tel (bitut U -
NORTHERN - PACIFIC
Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel
ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv
ingston, Billings, Miles City and
Glendive, and all points
EAST AND WEST.
There is nothing better than the service on
The Dining Car line.
Through Pullman Sleeping C(ars and Furnished
Tourist Sleepers Daily between points in
MONTANA
-AND
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO,
I'afici ('oast Trains Passing through Minnesota
North Dakota, Montana, Idaho. Oregon and
Hashington, carry complete equipments of
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS,
FIRST & SECOND CLASS COACHES.
PULLMAN TOURIST AND
FREE COLONIAL SLEEPERS
& ELEGANT DINING CAR.
TFirOUGH TICKETS are sold at all coupon
officesof the Northern Pacific I. It., to oio1nt
North, East, Sooth and West in the United
States and Canada.
TIMIE SCHEDULE.
In effect on and after Sunday, March 29, 189L
TRAINS AIIRIVE AT HELENA.
Ito. 1, Pacific Mail, west. bound ........ 1:3t p. m
No.2, Atlantic mail. neat bound.......10:40 p. -
No, 5, Lopan and Herlca Passenger.
connercting t Logan wt th train No.
8. Pacific Express. w( bound....... 1:30 a. as
No. It, Missoola and luatte Express .....1:50 p. m
No. S. Mlarysville pass;sgor ............ll:10 a. m
N.. 10. Ma rysvillo accoimndation ..... 0:u11 p. m
u:,. II,. Rliimini mixed Mondays Wed
neoda'}s anti Fridays...... ......... 5:00 p. .
No. I, Wickees, Boulder and Elkhorn
passenger .. .................. ...10:25 a. m
TRAINS IDEPART FROM HELENA.
No. 1, Pacilie Mail. wst bound........ 1:50 p.
No. , Atlantic Mail east bound........ 10:55 p. m
No,,. , lielhna and Logan passenger,
cornecting with train NI. 4 at Logan,
Atlantic express, oast bIound.......... 4:10 pm
No. 5, Misoula and iUtte IExpress..... 8:00 a. In
NOI. 7, Mar A.vill R ............. I7:5 a. m
No. t. Maryville accn tnoui ation ....... 3:00 p. e
No. I'r, llctiini psixed, Monlays, Wed
neDlays anti Fridat ............. . . 8:15 a. i
No. 10, Wikes, IBoulder and Elkhrn
Paosencer ........................... 3:0 p. m
ler rates, maps, timdle thbles or sp,,ivil in'or
lntaion, apply to any agent of ho Northelrn Pa'
cilic H. I,., or to
CHAR., . 9 lFE,
A. D. EUDGAR, en'l 'aR-. A 'I. At.,
(i eoral Agent, ST. 1'At' 1. , I
('or. Mi .n Grond .'r.. .:tri obe et.
New Sioux City Route.
PRassngers for the East from Helensa nnd
othr Western points will find the NEW
1iOU''E via SIOUX CITY asnd the ILLI
NOIS CENTRAL It. It. not only dosirable
as tpe time and equipmntnt, buti one of the
most attractive, pnsaiugi through Sioux City
the only Cortl Pt'ais City of tho world;
Dubuquo, the handsome Key City of lowan
ltckfoird. Illinuis. It noew manufaoturing
city, that has become a "world within it.
1lf," and Chicago, wvhoa growth and en
terprise it the wonder otf thl world. With
leigant free Chair C'srs, and Pullman Pal.
tlco Slceopint (Cars ol every train between
iolux O.ty and hliiongto, atnd with closoe eon
no.:tio with the .UINION PAOIFIO tralls
at Sioux (lty, the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B, R.,,
rei'peltotlnly presents its claims for the nea
and every way desirablo SIOUX CITI
RLOUTE.
For folders and further partioulars cal
upon loeai ticket agent, or address the un
usralgasl at Manchester, Iowa.
J. F. MERRY,
aset, (4asp Voag. Agt,
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR.
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mil)
tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it works with splendid results on
the tailings from other amalgamatin4 devices. It is
CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT,
and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, no
matter how fine, and the floured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating
apparatus. T'here are very many place8 in Montana whe, e the Cook Amalgamator
will pay for itself every month.
I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase.
BEND FOR CIRCULAR.
G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana,
Having declined the plawi of State Mine Inspector. I am now prepared to
examire and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have had
forty-five years' experience in mining. G. U. SwALL.ow.
See Amalgamator at my Office from 0 to 12 A. M.
THIE OLDEST FIRM IT TET E CITT.,
CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN,*
JIA- DW]RE -AND- STOVES.
We now have upon our floor
Re.riGeraiors, the Finest and Most Complete Lawn 8rinkllers,
Lines of all kinds of
Ice Boxcs, Rnbber
Ice Cream HOUSE Garden Hose,
PreezeCr, FURNISHING GOODS, seeels,
ose Nozzles, and at prices to suit everybody. LawnMowers,
• IRON AND STEEL MINING SUPPLIES.
TFS..aP EEONE 1 N O. 90. S'. M.AIN ST.

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