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A SILYER TIP STRIKE.
Four-Foot Vein of Soft Carbonate Found in a Belt Mountain Mine lIeported Discovery of Extensive Coal Measure in the Sweet Grass Country. Mines In the Yogo-Madison County Prop ertles-A BiI-Metallie Rumor-Deer Lodge Mines-The Dandy. Regarding the recent coal discovery in Kennedy's Coulee, on the old Cypress road near the west butte of the Sweet Grass hills, it is stated that Messrs. Hughes, Clingan & Co., owners of 3,000 acres of coal lands ia that section, have run a tunnel on their claim eighty-five feet and uncovered one of the finest measures in the entire country. The coal is similar to that of the famous Lethfridge variety, but is said to be freer from impurities and to burn with a brighter and more Issting fire. This development, together with that of certain parties said to be connected with the Butte & Boston mining company on Red Rook creek near Assiniboine, seems to signify that there exists one continuous vast coal bed stretch ing from Great Falls into the British pos sessions and from the Sweet Grass hills on the west to Assiniboine on the east. The local papers, as well as those in the Belt mountains, have given prominence re cently to the discovery of huge bodies of galena float on Tenderfoot creek, a stream rising in the Little Belt mountains and de boeaching into ,mith river. Up to this writing no news has yet boen received of the finding of the main lead. Some of the float is six feet in diameter and almost pure galena. In the Togo Country. Work is being pushed on the Quaker City and Della mines in Yogo, with more than satisfactory results. These claims are owned by Chas. Lehman, of Helena, and Chas. Ferris and Emile Dornblnt, of Yogo. The tunnel is in now about 250 feet, and the numerous cross-cuts show a large body of gold ore. With a mill it is quite probable that this would be a paying property. The owners deserve to strike it rich because they have worked hard and long to open up a thbe property. t There are two shifts working on the Edith t and Eliza. on Elk creek, belonging to the New England and Belt Mountain Mining company. The tunnel is now in from 200 to 225 feet. Tlhis is a property that will compare favorably with the Great Cumber- t landeof Castle. The ore goes 40 per cent. of tI lead and from $26 to $175 in silver to the top. It does not require the aid of any other ores to flux. The company own two y mill sites just below the dump, with good 1 water power. In a few months this mine can have a daily output of forty to fifty tons. The Gold Mining and Reduction coapany is not doing any work at present ou.iheir properties. The showing is good e for work done, and there is every reason to e expect a valuable property with develop- t, sment. People are going into Yogo every p week, and before winter there is no doubt a but It 111i have a population of several y hundred. There is no such stir in Neihart, butYogo's advance is steady and permanent, and ere long it will be one of the leading camps in the Belt mountains. It is one of the noost beautiful places in the mountains p for a town. Mines in Madison. The mines at Pony, Norwegian gulch, Po tosi, and Red Bluff are being worked with satisfactory results. Elling & Morris have B struqk a boenanza, says the Madisonian, in the Clipper. The Pony mill will soon be dropping stamps on Clipper ore. Work is f being pushed on the Galena mine. It is one of the solid properties of the camp, and ' I understand it has been stocked at $2,500, 000. MqBittrick & Co. are taking out paying ore from the Last Chance, and are intend ing to make a good-sized run at the Pony gi mill as soon as they can get teams to haul o the ore. On Norwegian gulch everything is prom ising and paying, too. Judge Duncan is working the Elephant's Tail for all it is worth. Mr. Hallahan is driving a tunnel er on his lode in the Norwegian canyon. Spar- H raoll & Lupher have a bonanza in the Gran ite property. They made a shipment of une-looking ore recently. * an The Black Chief mine shows a fine body of good ore, and as it improves in depth it may safely be regarded as a small bonanza. There is at least $50,000 in sight. The owners, Mrs. Finch and A. W. Ericson, are ce having a trial run of fifteen tons of ore ro (that was not considered good enough to ship to the smelter) made at the Pony will. As it is free milling, it is believed it can be worked in the mill here to a better advan- 1i tags than to ship. Judge Heel has been working his mines in the Red Bluff district lately, with sates factory returns. Pope, Baylisa i McKee have rented the Elling mill below the Bluff and have employed Mr. James Boyd to run it. no th Iil-Metallic and Elizabetih. dl A rather startling rumor has been going e the rounds in mining circles for the peat pr week or so, says the Philipsburg Mail. It may be untrue, but where there is consid- I erable smoke there must be a little fire. ga It is this: that the Bi-Metallic Mining corn pany have started a crosscut south in their main working shaft on the Jas, G. G. Blaine lode Lomu the 700-foot level, with the evi dent intention of exploring the Rattlesnake M ground, the property of the Elizabeth com- 1i. pany. Under the old West Granite management all of the nudaerroulid workings from the Rattlesnake shaft were to !he north, in the ti vain hope of striking the Granite lead, but since then theoGi tlnlte comr puny have proven Ii: the existence of a very rich vein of ore dli rectly east and adjoining the RattlOineak, in the Sunnrysde rlmim. Even at the tilme thie West Granite was in full bloom it a well-known fact thaut sme (r expert miners a ho were heavy stockholders earnestly advised the iuanaigrenlt to run a crosscut rom the lattlesnke shaftt to their W south side linles, ard had this been done it is more than probable that the West iran- . its company would stilt be iii earsenre and i Posierly a Ureat bullion producer. If the B--itallie compreu are dou inm, this, it is of cuarla rirriui it wath tir c-y sent and knowuled0 fi ti Elizarbetrh coi- I. pany, and If eucr:eaful, is they alirrrr in-re. quertion.,bly will bh, the r Elizabth rus- I any' stock w]ill , o .o n-ariU thie Len. to J rrade in end the nost ractre on the t. i Dnor Il.odge Mines. e Goo. S. Miller, strcntary of tie Liroir,it visited that property yerstordiy, says the J Silver State, eed reports a toll face of quartz in the li-vel they re new eorkirig, though It is very low trrirad. A ,.euareT muent of the drift revanled tire fart that they I'. were into the mountain ties fittIrcIm th,, " 800-foot shaft, and had rittrrrr.d t depth 0e!' ' 623 feet ffrom thiT .refrCC. I l:t.Y Ire porn.e. within about itrO feet Ii i l,i.. ore ChIuI. tie ht ( crops out near the nptx of the r.,crurtar o, I J anrL in view of tire ltct, rind ni. abilllviillu tr i of quartz in the f:.o of Irhi u tral tj e . assessment of ones colt, which w 11 ttlil- (I I' clont to carry them:, eito tire chiurn rhloet, Il; mentiorird.Xry tatioarnort niruti, til te)a(r ,,f rl(ult ir,. is iiable tiOs eIeoumo.im. ad 1. at any time now. At ie- ( hiroU trre wrtrk is ,till Kuit ,..: . wcord Htm ueusle, aUelilrirot i irI, to krep tae mwrl prtultniiig away. lire lart., air compreceor purchased a sort tilirs rime, ia not yet in operatil, owing to the last( F em that the company has to send east for duplicate parts, which have not yet arrived, *g but are expected at any time now. In the meantime drills are being operated by steam. The drift from the 1100 foot level to the May lead is being d liven and it is etx to peeled this vein will be' reached within the next- seventy- five feet. The mill turned out, a few dave ago, 6,700 ounces of silver, which, added to the 4,400 ounces shipped about ten days ago. makes 11,0i0 ounces for the twenty days run in the month of July. Always avoid harsh purgative pills. They first make you sick.it andl thel leave Iou rontlpated. re Carter's Little liver Pills regulate the bowels and make you well. ilose, one pill. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that 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 n and prompt and etreotual to cleanse the d system gently in the spring timune, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it becomes HO1 FOR THE NATIONAL PARK. ,f Tourists contemlplating visiting the National park shonuld go with thei M. IR. ,uohnson exarcuron psrty's tifteen dlays Scuslmp life in the W.',rld's At'onderlnd, I'erttes of five, ten or twenty Imalde up here for I t iftee, days' trip. Everythlng fur r nisled. Tite of starlting Julv 13, Auglust :3, Alogtut 19. and Septemlber 7. For further information andd tourn apply to, or addiress, il." It A1Y A tCI N A IM, Brokers 323 North Manl St. Umbrellas at epseial sale prices at The Bee SHive. htee ad. Ladiea' jersee ribbed summer vests marked downl at he lbhe Hive to make room for new goods. Dime and nickel pocket savings banks at The isn't This Cheap? Go to Oppenheimer & Asoh, International i hotel block, and try a bottle of porter at 15 cents. Herbe-rt, Nicholon & Co., limited, have moved their general offites from the ware- O hlouse to their ualereroon,, corner Edward t street and Park avenue. All orders leftt there for wood, coal, hay, graln, etc., will have prompt attention. Fruit and produce ti at wholesale only. Telephone 25. Teal and naltard duck, plover and prai rie chicken, at the Hetena Cafe. tl uyyonur novels at The Bee Hive and save 20 per cent. All 25c. novels at 20(.: 500. novels 400. Attention, Battery A. O; All officers and members of Battery A, w N. G. M., are ordered to report at the ar mory in fatigue uniform at eight o'clock le sharp on Tuesday evening, Aug. 11, 1891, for at the purpose of electing a captain. cl .YvN Hois.rao, First Sergeant. gt C. B. NEWBnRv, m First Lieutenant Commanding. th Men'ssummer underwearat'The Bee Hive for co Oc. i antud $1.25 per suit, usually sold at double th these prices. Fred .ehman has removed to No. 357 North 1 Main treIet. the building formetrly occupied by J. A. Doughty, wher.' he would be pleased to tea m his old lriends and patrons. tl To Accommodate All Classa. The Montana Savings bank was organized especially to accommodate mechanics, min ers, laborers, clerks, railroad employee, teachers, seamstresses and other small de positors. Receives deposits of $1 and up wards and pays five per cent interest. Save your dollars and start a savings account. Typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. Foster kid gloves, every pair warranted, at The Bee Hive, onl.y $1.5. Fifty-six ieoe decorated tea set at The Bee IHive only $5. Where Is WVm. Cushin ? Wm. Cushin, who was last heal d from at Bonner, Mont., last year, is wanted by his relatives. He is 48 tears old, is five feet in height and weighs 110 pounds. Any in. formation loading to a discovery of his present whereabouts will be gratefully re ceived by addressing MARTIN CuSHIr, Platteniouth, Neb. Infante' embroidered flannel cloaks almost given awsy at ihe lioe Hive. Sea ad. in another -oiunl, This Wecek Spelcial. Straw hats in endless variety at 25c, flow ers in wreaths and sprays, Iic and 50c, at H. 'Tonn's. Drl. Esslg & Foote, dentlats, rooms 510 and 51 1 Power block--fifth tloor. Leland Hotel, Chicago. American and European plan; has re cently added one hundred new fireproof rooms overlooking the lake and park. WAirRENX F. LELAND, Proprietor. FIred Lehman has removed to No. 3l 7 North Xlaiu trrr",, tI,o bildadng formerlj octecpied by 1. A. IDoeghty, wleo hi could be pleasedto uee Ii ,riod triut anmol patron,. A Great Snlap. Everyone seems to be offering bargains nowadays, but of all the sualps now being thrown open is the stock of dry goods, clothing and gents' furnishing goods by M. Linsner, in the Novelty block on Main str-ot. You can get dry goods at your own price. ean-ls Bros. will create a sensationt amosng bar gainre:av-Leer- this we.i.k with desira:be wilier gare , nts at hallt:: ti .t ont a ,ro'luctitn, Notlre to Ctirkllokhlders. A meeting of the stockholders of the Montana State Fair will be held Aunr. 18, 1.1., at oeiht o'clock p. im.. in the oflico of ( ullui, Sanders t isthelion. Granite block, f or the purpose of electing a board of di rectorsi for thie eOnsulllI year, anrd for tile transaction of ally other business that may p:operly come before the. itt-etlllg. "It\Nt,[s Piorrl:, `itcretary. HIleona, Aug. 4, ]s t1. A rrivals at the Gl-re.dl Centra:tl. Goo. W. Kes5ler, Nary,- lret J. Brieleriash, vlir. lirso ia. I.. i;. Buotll, Miiuneap- ThI-. 1.. o,,,dwin. lo l oirM. ,l , ,i' rt'. II. MrMilient'iik Ii \V. ,!at. HilnaL and wile. ,.}'u,avill c. I. t:ar, " .J. Rousr,, < i . Rli. ,,rae ;i,0 rw',ood. ]:lay t I;'nal wite timh di l i Co. limit ] d . ,allo ii , 1. 1, ', Lirn : ,- t , ,r I f 1 : " 1 : trosyd I t ýd ' a ; l ( o . lV is t ,, 1 a o. 0' ;%'. W 'n. I'rie. Hi aij d ile d andi if. W . I s. ily t-. t'tl,,t o0 a i (I, It idria hreanit -i(i, t i -,. I ... l " , told , 1-. I Ii s a r11 I I. I' ttu, I ett . .`la,'y s i rl,. - 11 p o, d io';, Irat i l.. :rk. " E " ,a . Iar . t r it. rurta , J : f, ril.. ,y;;4 hh wife 1. Id, y r, V ickes. .,, ,-Houle. :tirrl. .,1 al " h.nltq lll .. t I. A. i.i nrh r,, IJIIt. 1.0 S' l j. hn. l inc it- - rt u ri u" C . -, , ta r Nw Yo'rk. ' Y l r If I . "'lluasII l a i h, , 1i sIfe S.. .. T. ha ., Ui:- elt . l, ' .alo, l . l ,h,,. ; ALMOST TIED THE SCORE SManager Solomon's Men Played Ball S in th Ninth, But Were ror Beaten. let .: Some Good Plays Made ead no Record Kept of the Errors. ,he of Usual Amount of Klekiag AgaInst the tn Jmupres-Manager Solomon Arrang. I nd lg for a state League. ve , Manager Soldmon took his men out to he Athletic Park yesterday afternoon to play a picked nine. They were beaten by one run, although they made a game struggle in the last inning to tie the score or beat the young fellows. Mr. Solomon was some I* what discouraged at times because some of a his men got tired, droeped balls and did re poor stick work. He hopes to get a team together that will be a credit to the city, St and one that can put a stop to the victofi ons march of the Missoula nine who seem to beating every nine they meet. The men in the grand stand did all they could to dis , courage the players in the maroon suits. When one of them fumbled a ball at a d critical time the whole crowd yelled "you w can't go to Missoula." It was reported that if the Athletics lost the game their uniforms would be taken away from them and given to the picked nine. This made some of them mad. They played ball when ordered to do so in the last half of the ninth. When the picked nine retired in that inning the score was 27 to 14. Silverman was in the box for vi the picked nine. He was "not in it" at the close. The men in maroon walked up to the plate in succession, driving the ball to the fence, and started a procession around the bases. The young fellows went all to pieces. Their playing was about as ragged as that of the Athletics in the early part of d the game. The kicking began when the procession started, but the umpires were as cool as ice in spite of the yells from the bleaching boards against the decisions. No official score of the game was kept. It would show lots of errors. Manager Solomon ought to be able to se lect a good team out of the men who were at Athletic park yesterday. There are some clever players in the picked nine who would greatly strengthen the Athletics. The manager said his men had an off day, some thing that happens to ball players once in a while. When they get this spell nothing can be done with them. Coaxing and threats amount to nothing. Solomon was one of the umpires yesterday. Some of the players in the picked nine thought it was hardly fair to put him in that position. He made one close decision in the early part of the game which was questioned. He has umpired a good many games in Helena and has been abused about as much as any man who ever filled the position. When an um pire is wanted, however, it seems that Mr. Solomon is called upon which shows that he is in favor in spite of the "kicks" made against him. He not only osseesses great ability as an umpire but he is a good organ. izer. He is the head and front of the spot this reason, and a more discouraging outlook never confronted a manager than when he began but a couple of weeks ago to collect what amateur talent could be Lt found. It is somewhat late in the season to talk of organizing a state league, but that eti is what Manager Solomon is trying his best to do. He is now corresponding with man agers in Butte, Bozeiman and Missoula, and hopes to make the league a success. These three towns are within easy rail distance of Helena, and admirers of the game would all come here from these points. The rivalry between the four towns on the diamond would no doubt revive the old-time interest and result in crowding the grand stand at Athletic park. From the score that was kept yesterday the following facts are gleaned: SCORE BY INNINGS. PickedNie ..........1 1 2 2 7 1 5 3 -27 Athiletic .............: 1 2 122 112-26 POSITION OF PLAYEits. Picked Nine. Athletics. Hilverman, 'itcher. 1 'nday, Anderson, light fi'ld. Stringley, Nack, ('ac.er, Leach. 'lyln, b tbne. lhunter. J onston, ict I:.o, GnCllaghor, Iiones onrt toap, Wander, Horsky, I aft field. Loftis, Al. Goodwin, Id base, Drench. A. Goodwin, Center field, Edwarde. For This Week Only. At H. Tonn's, zephyre in all colors, four ounces for 250, knitting yarn 80o per skein, gonnant yarn $1.25 per pound, best quality always sold for $2. Prompt relief in wick headaclh, dizziness nausea, constipation, pain in the sicde, .uaranteed to those usina Carter's Little Liver 1'1l;. One a dose. Small price. Small dose. Smnll pill. Great drive in Mualin underwear at The Bee Hive. Would yeo like to rpurchasea nIewmIarket worth :lt0 for $10 or a liner garment at a lproprtiotinate reduction? 'That it the way Sands Bros. have cut prices for this week. The Fairy Crownlug Will be given by the I, 0. G. G. T. at their hall on Park avenue Monday evening,. CAST OF (C'IIRACTES: aneen ....... . . ..Evelyn French Fi"u-loving rFairy. .. ... Agita ie .teel_ Caz ay iry .. ......... ......... 1,h ' ;ilbvrt K e1 i ld-heiatet1l iairy ......... i'vn Oak(i icrk-lovingr Fairy......... Flir nw' - lik Flir' if a Fairy .. . ......... Jelln, Wi, L or 51 ia.tc -mi aking Fairy .......l......i l Pret Ilicitation........ Darila Greenos Flying Machine Mailel oliloin. Swong ... . . ip ll(onMs Mciinty Ie ri kaelly Flo.wer sang o....c ...horus Ilecitation ...... ,. St'1 :k in tichonl Agila II: eStleelp Song comic) ve. . . ..'Aunt Tabitha Esvelyt French. Song ........... . I ....... Juanita Aornmpatniist Nittie. I remlrl, hI, tina Priest. A cordial invitation ii extendl, to all to come and have a Iood time. Admxssion 25 cents. ;o loor la c.iso five for l.sly ':rriagso and raen 'ppto ani. ilistead of buhain rern i - sla:li l- t I aien ilac,,l IFrrt l.liorlan haemoel to N am. 27 North Main utu Ati,, ti ilding f rrneurly vnrr,i,dl by J. A. lag liy. w gis. l, i v.ulil lie lIpl s d to stn his old fTriol- adnl liatrn,,s. Teal Ini nallard diuk, plover and pral rie chlakenl ;aI Ihe -Irlet. ( .afe. Frsoion ilaton to ('alifornia. o On the 15th of each month the Northern 1'tii,'o rtilrosd will Sell Iound-trip tickets to Cullfiruia points as foIllows: li.-tina to San Francisco and return, go inti via J'ortland and returning Seine way, 'i'o ;alln lrnnirteo, going via l'iirtlund ald returiion via (t)den lend KIleer oliw, $0t1 Io 1~,9 Anghle, g'aili. and r.ut li rllij via lii taltd, tltarllp San Irriutar l i, one0 dli.ctionl either golip g or retlurultlrr T:). lct I. . rancicil, ni o ing viii IortIuid antd San 1'renleacu, all r, turning asaw route, I''o .s Angeles, going via I'lrllurnd and S;n I'i laioise, rettlrnlllig vi hanOratento 'f'lieue wsill I ita, tiIel fU r sixtfy ibtVs for going lassati ew, wit( i -to ci at lly t lies with iu l . t Inal il itf sitlint Iits. A. Ii. (.>,ihi, gn. Agt. iti ein, MloUt. FJtas. -, L, C. I'. A '. A., El. i'aul, Minn. lre,. aee-I rla.uibi r bsite at 'rlie It., liiru, new pi a ern. dilly . i i. lIen's ei lht rolb in farlI txeihriidured froata d .,ain whte i.€ at Tihu rHie .Uie. Adjutant Thomas to Leave. Adjutant Thomas held a farewell servnie last night in the Salvation army barrack on Park avenue. He has received orders t( go to Minneapolis; and will leave on Wed nesday. All of his friends were at the bar racks last night and made ul a purse ti help the adjutant on his way. The adjtani came here last May and is well pleased witt what has been accomplished. He says the great need of the army in Montana is more officers. There are 1,150 ofooers in the United States. When the adjutant reaches Minneapolis he will make an effort to have a few of them sent to Montana,. Now on the Street. The mineral water wagon, containing water from the famous Lisaner springs will be on the streets to-day and every day thereafter and will be furnished at five ents per gallon. Those desiring water left at their homes will please leave their orders at the ' ineral Spring hotel at the old Inter national site. Monday the Tenth, at W einstein's. Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00. One hundred pounds of sugar for $5.00. Fancy lemons, per dozen, 200. Two pound can Java A Mooca coffee, 70o. Finest imported sardines, per can 150. Loose cocoanut, per pound 150. Van Houten's cocoa, per pound 750. Eating and cooking apples, per box $1.65. Three pound box soda crackers for 200. Two pound bot snow flake saline for 350. Pear's soap, per cake 15c. Mrs. Bradley's preserves, five pound glass $1.00o. Baker's chocolate, one pound for 400. Sweet chocolate, one pound 200. War. WReIBTeIN A Co. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. . RockyMountain Encampment Np. 1, I. O O, F. € Meets second and fourth Monday. 10 A regular meeting of the above ie l; Encmpmonent will be hold at their lodge room this evening at 7:30 p. m. *e Sojourning brother are cordially in ,r vited to attend. JOHN R. BILES, C. P. IIENRY ASMUSSEN. Scribe. eleiena Lodge No. .2, I. O. G. T. Meets every Monday. SA regular moeting of the above lodge. Will he held his, Monday, evening at tithOe . A. I. hall on Park E Vinsting momber are . or . nf / e dially invited to attend. L. lH. MILL Rt Chief pTempplar, ALBERT kIIANK a t .th cey. Madam Leoned, TJfANGE MEDIU.JVL, ROOMS 6 AND 7, BELVIDERE ANNEX. A FIN[ R[SIDENCE AT A BARGAIN! Eight-Room Frame House on Lawrence street. Sheds, stables, etc. Ample grounds. Houses for Sale and Rent in all parts of the city. E. S. French &Co. GOLD BLOCK. F ton Cash Moat I rokol JULIUS ZYWERT, Proprietor. fresh and salted mats always on hand. Poualtry and fish a specialty. 1507 Robart street, near Northern Pacific depot. NNUAL MEETING--THE ANNUAL MEET inrg t the stockholdera of the locky Fork Town and Electric company will be held at the office of Word & Smith, the offico of said comnpa ny, at HIelena, Montana, on the 11th day of August, A. DI. 1891. S. T. HAUSElI, EAMUEL WORD, l'rceidont SECrm.... o.' ý. j to S .J QOz ti ~ 'Q e It. -.01T r s o O& S;-e-'Ofh co 00i~~i C)CZ t 4SU)i reqý?1t e 9 4'ýise ° :~Q, .tc lsý e egs ý / cl9*eQ; ,eý~, eý LeBuQ WhV kt~~?lOOhC~C~J~V"c "b; THE ORICINAL PAiNLESS DENTISTS, O ' :hz l\T' . .aPO.IB, --Are for Ten Days Lecated at the Windsor House.- From 1 to 3 Teeth extracted In Oee Mnulte, without any pain whatever or an. pleaant senmation. No chloroforte, no ether, no poisaneou draug. lint thebr application o r own original system of PAINLESS DENTISTRY. We InRrt Teeth WiBhoua Plates by or own$7ntem ofaCold Crow and Bride Worek eendering roof prervi-ble by your own new meaeth or Crowning with Gold and givinj especial atItentfion to reeryink the naturi teetoh. BEST SET OF TEET'rR ir RUBBEi, 810. Teeth made onevery bese known to the dental profession--Rubbe, Gold, Silver, Allminium, or Celluloid. OO MS'O'OT,.A.T EIAN 3TFR EI ER. DR. H. J. WIRTIH. The Gosmopolitan. The old hotel has chanced band. an~l the new proprietor. have made a new hotel of it. The bee t restaurant in the gity is now being run in connection with the hotel, and you can t MEAL FOIR 25 CENTS. Room and Board, $7 and $8 Per Week -SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS,2 Give us a call and satisfy yonrself that the COSMOI3OLITAN is the best place in the city in which to atop for the price. GARRETT & BUIJRGARD, Prop's. RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. The undersigned will se'l or lease (for a term of three years). their hay ranch, seven miles northeast of Helena. 'Terms easy and satisfactory to any reasonable purchaser. Alo a beautiful mountr.in ranch, twenty-seven miles north of Helena, and within three and one half miles of the Great Northern railroad, Itr gether with sixty held of line greded stock, on. half cattle and the other half heoros, nine head arnoksn to work and rioe, naturalized to inc neighborhocd and all tame and gentle. The ranch is located on Sheep creek and Glen Marioe and incluides two wa o, rights and nomrort.e ditches, and about 05to worth of fruit of all kinds suitable to the soil antd climate. tne lhun dred acres fenced, enclosiog fish ponds we I stocked with trouat and live beavers to keep the dames cloed, and fair buhldings , shedsr etc., for temporary use. For gardening, fruit raisinc. stock raising, adairy location or a gentleman's residerrnce tlhi ranch cannot be eqlualed by any other in tits part of the state, For terms or information call at the ranch or write to Mitchell'e Station. This proposrtisn is made on account of the precarious health of tles. Wilkinson and the ap proaching old age of the parties. MARIA WILKAiNSC N. Unlimited Money to Loan at Six Per Cent. For 5 to 20 years in amounts of $500O to $t00t. tt, at6 per colt. annual interest, with privilege to pay the whoile any time after threo years, with aut having to pay interest in advance for 5 to 21 years, for the purchare of real estate, the erection of buildings. or the mcaking of imurovetnonts oil farm lands or city property, or to pay off in cambrancers thereon. We loan 715 per sent, on farm lands, city imn proved and acreage. Calror address and get prospectuas, giving full narticulars. W. H. MtcDOINALD. Agent for Montana of tihe Mutual Land and Building Byndicate of Jerso: (:ity, N. J. (For merly the old Equitable Loan and Trust Com panry.) Capital of over $i1O.,10o,ox0, Oiice, room 21 Pittsburg Block, Helena, Mont. OT1CE OF SPIECIAL ELECTION IN TIHE First Ward-Notice is hereby given that on Monday. the 17th day of August, 1891, there will ie a sreeial election in the Fir t ward of tihe city of Helena for the purpose of electing one alderman to fill the vacance caused by the resig nation of Alderman ('onnnelly. The following places in said ward tave bhen designarld for holding said elohtiose: In the firet prrcinct it house nInenrllerrt d 215 on rrlto street. between Warren and Ewirng ctreets; for second procinct, at tire marshal'as offir'. in tihe city rall. The polls will be opened at nine o'clock a. m. and closed at serven o lock Ip. m. The judges of election hsrrtofore selected by the courncil for each precinct will also act as registers of OleO tion, anti as such will meet at tihe place.s above designated in their respective Irrecincts on Thursday. August 13 1891, at one o'clock p. m., antd remain in session as irovidled by the ordi nances of the city. for the pareo'e of revising. correcting and completing tile registry lists of the last annual city election for their said re+ s : tire precincts, at mwhich time and place all selc tors of the respective precints whose names do not appear on the registry list for saidL last san nual election are hereby notified to appear anid see that their names are propeorly registered. lDated August 8, 1891. My order of the city council. [Seal] AR1'IUIi J. CRAVEN, City Clerk. LONE PINE RANCB HORSE PASTURE. This ranch lies 12 miles east oe Helena, partly on the mountair side and partly on a bench,, and is inclosed by nine miles of substan. tial fence. The pasture is covered with luxurious grass, well watered and protected by groves of quaking asp. A large part of the pasture is reserved for winter range. Ample sheds an:i hay will be provided du ring the winter months. Horses will be called for and returned to any part of the city. Charges $2.50 per month from May 1 to Nov. 1, and $5 per month for the rest of the year, latter price in cluding hay. R. W. RAY, R. A. HARLOW, ) Mangr. F. D. TARROW, Props. Address: Lone Pine Ranch, Box 482, Helena. J. P. PORTER, Rea! Estate " and MinDs, OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. A IDINISTRATOR' SALFE--UNDER THE authority of an order and decree of the dis trict court for .owia and (larke aeunty. state of iontana, I will fell at a pu~blio ase Lion to the highest bidder for oash in iand, at the residence of c lMr. Mary le('arier, widow of Al[red MclCarter. do eased, in Helena. of said county and otate. on the 151thday of Au+,tst. A. D. 18xI, commencing it two o'clock p. m.. all lumber, nash, doors, tool clhest, tioollings, etc., All creditors and bulld. tng contractors invited to attend. J. L. LADtIEIIE. Adeinistrator for A. lNcLacter, deceaeLd.