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FAITH AND SC1ENCE.
The dl au that radiant pair wile the veo o omen they sreo. nave separate altars here. A olden lem the one dlsplay. Of lht still clear and keen. B oth teahers nof eleath t birth. With sometime ncloeudl tween Theoice of one enoin* s the wie To mete, and welrh, sad provo Th. otherlifts expeotent eycs And nly mrmour. "ALove.' Both teachers of celesttl birth. To each be oredenoe given, To Science who lntorprets Earrth. To Faith the seer f Heaven. .. B. D. in.The peettot. EUSSIA'S iREAT RA LWAY. It Will Cost $1ia,88s,000 and Will B Nearly 8,000 Miles Long. The eonstrauction of the world's longpe railroad is progressing rapidly along th river valleys and saross the steppes of Si beria, says the Philadelphia Inquirer. Thb western extremity of the road is the minins town of Miask on the eastern side of thi Ural range, and its eastern terminus is a Vladivostook, on the sea of Japan, makini a total length of 4,785 miles, which is nesrl~ twice the length of the Canadian Pacific Its cost, including surveys, grading, build ing, stations, rolling stock, and, indeed everything needed for its construction anc equipment, is estimated at 1l83,825000--an enormous amount, but proitably invested and far less than the cost of a useless Euro, pean war. The sountry through which the road will run presents no great engineering diffioul ties, and across the vast plains it will hardl require the grading of a road-bed. It is also for the most part fairly populous, much of it beti very fertile and the real rich in minerals; so that along its entire route the road will open up and develop a country of magnificent resources and of al most inexhaustible agricultural and mining wealth. The various results Which will eventually follow the completion of this great work cannot, of course, be fully estimated in ad vance, but some of them may be partially foreseen. One of these is that by means of this road Russia leaps at a single bound into the indubitable position of the most formidable of Asiatic powers. Through this road England is made insecure in In dia, and, whenever the contest for suprem ayy in eastern Asia is precipitated, the whole northern frontier of China will bhe open at every point to the massing of Rus sian troops. But altogether apart from its availability and importance in war, its commercial, in dustrial and political possibilities are sim ply incalculable. It will bring the hidden section of Asia into full connectipn with the rest of the world. The Russian gov ernment is now solicitous about keeping foreigners out of the provinces beyond the Ural mountains and the Caspian. With the completion of this road a new era will begin. travel and commerce will follow an unbroken route from the west of Europe to Japan, the ideas of eivilization elsewhere prevalent will be introduced and take root, and gradually those changes will occur which will make Asiatic Russia a sharer in the eommon progress of humanity. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the State oft Mntana in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate sand guardianship of oenry Renok. a miuor. Order to show eans why order of sale of real estate skoulid not be made. It apsaaiag to the said court by the peti:ion this day praeeated and died by Louis t5atlor, gssk of the person s este of Henry ie mineyr. eas0tis for an order of sale oa r e t-.u.a ti t so aeessary to setl the interest of m r ominor in tte Alice Fode, the U alt lods, the Cstaaedi lode, the Adean lae, tue Augusta lade, ~s Juia lode sia the .tulirow lode, the sa oea onngn eaima. for the purposes set Asath in said petitioa. i .ismtherefe..ssdereby the said court, that all rerans tutrst in the estate of raid minor, arjsar t-a-ol hlZs said district ceurt, on Eatio. sla, the ffth day of eispto. ter, A. .b, l591, ;t efiekat the fooeoon of said day, in the court .m i detzrttlmrt nmunber two of said disrriot e.rit at te court rhova in the Said county of Lw0: anl (Clarke. to shov camoe why an order of aule rihcith rot he gyn-totl to the adcl guardian. -o *all tke interest s said minor in said mining An dtat a ooopy of this order be published, at e ust. dots eueoesire weeks in Tihe Helens ylle ,.tn Ipsne oaf ana. a newspaper printed ant I.ORACE B. BUCK, S[Sall District Judge. A trs onpy. Attest: JOHN BaNhN. Clerk. By H. J. CAsver. Deputy. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the state of Montana, in and for the coant of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Julia Henok, a minor. Order to show seanse why order of sale of real es tate should not be made. It appearing to the said court by the petition this day prosauted and filed by Jacob Loob. the guardian of the person and estate of Julia jrenck, a minor. praying for an order of sale of real estate, that it is necessary to sell the interrst of sa:d minor in the Alice lode, the Buffalo lode, the Cavaunaugh lode, the Adam lode, the Angusta loda. the .lulls loide and the ulngrew lode, the came being mining claims. for the purposes set forth is said petition. It is therefore ordered by the said court that all person ilutrestril in the notate of said minor sppear before the said district court on hatur day, the fifth tay of iSeltemher, A. I). Ib191. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in the court room of depart ment number two of said district court, at the court house in the said county of Lewis and Clarkeo. to show cause why an order of Fale should not ie granted to the maid guardian tosell the interest of the said minor in said mining claims. And that a copy of this order he published at least three succnesive weoks in The Helena Daily Independent, a newspaper printed and published in said county. Dated August 5, 15l. HORACE R. BUCK. Bteall District Judge. A true copy. Attest: JOtJN BEAN, Clerk. By i. J. CASunY. Deputy. PROPOSALS FOR WATER WORKS-PRO perias for the supply of water to tte town of ,White I.:llphur tpr-ingc, Mont.. on the franchise plan, aill , o received by the town council until t'rot,.au.l mist be accompanied by a $1,00 bond as a arantee of good faith.b and mst specify: t-yaten ltropoPed. boercts frasm which water will be drawn. Anrrnt of water that can bs firnished. I'ro:.ure at which water will be suppled, for fire purpoaoe, test to o maids with the l.ow from sour ids ns and ono-quarter L!:at inch noszzlrs. sod for the period of three (I) coasecuttire hours from hyd ant; on a level with the southwest corlier el t',o iiiggin, townsits. Cost pot 1ydrist. for fire p5arooes t.or twenty (20) Ihydrants ord for each additional hydrlat ('eat for rioastttic and personal uses. lTime at which work will be coumleted. lThe town to hats he privtgotf hbuying works at the exyiration of tweacy Di years. A tfute titr onu if ct12,.tnJ will te r-quircd of oertyor parties whose trouitiont may aso cepotd.'as a guarantes for tte fultillment of aontract. '1t h ouncil reserven the riget to reoct any and all tid e. . I. HENRY. tiecordor. Dated Jrty 17. 1791, HERcu F::'S SALE$-FrtEDRtlCK THORNTON, sa't htnal Waiturg, ced-purtne~s as Torutous aud. hi . t.itersoead hua wifl, auI FriL-riCt l. Vr ittLee ., ds deathautl. tUdr a-:id 1O -tue of an tornder of set ani daer~ st fo..e'sera tead c.lo isn 6d out tof ie ,thtr-t tor.rt, f ttU lirnt Judtolal district of ti , sta. r a ri' site.', s and for t.tr tointy of I.tami' and ('slds. on the dd tda a. A:yun A. . b1ti. ic theae ovi' r ut~f cntt.lrlu uat.wbotnirrrdr tc.· ilaoi ton awai Ns!i: W,'lb:rr, e.,i--rist::,trs as Thlrrutso Jo it .itg. t'i:e t,ovt rawuer' piatetiffi. ottwincd a. isnatn.n i- d drcr 0 0' fort:tin- oro anei i:tt, aine s,d' ) . a I horhes. ail lirtha .i tsh,-r lre. hi. ai t CoAd reFttrlck be. Wit.. rlte, o.oa.tLa a. oin ou li-th sar of toy. ). . t. Is,. the tum of 1105.-0 til der-or exa ono thie I~th lay of Jdlt,! A. 15. iS-I. reortdeu in tadisment ,t,oe No. "i'r tf carl s.Ortr aaar~e tat. l aer eonra,.dd-lto sell oil thicns cer;ain lots, pircm or nareeL .,t inn - ci· t:ste. leot; ant-d bmin in Ste .ounty of Ls--ia and Clasr., ala last, i.o 'no, ansi Loue.dedacd descriebd as f,,llo,,a, rno-it: toot, t:enlbried fiss i5) sad tin (6) in blot-k one h'l :rc-t ad eigWIs throe ltI:, in tin 1.r-cdloro at,,iitilb to the oity of iltlea. nounty and sutat 'I ,.grkhr with atl and etngslar the tnemeants. Ihe-p litateuts, 500 appattCnn.aest ttereuntto ha lan:ttu.- rr it any wlsa s:spertalnios. ltsb:ih 'seteot is hergeb tiwn teat ou Moarnday, the tabh .la" of August, AD. t). l, pa 2l o'e.sek mn ..f that day at ith foost doer of tis. court huger. lnt, ea. tsr-is and Clarhe canty. tuntatta I n.il '. isn ohel-, are to aid order oa r, is and decree of fb-otlocuce and oale, tel the toahaaescrind pranl't," or so mash tiereo ~ a msy tnt nsasrarty tostis!7 aid islti-$s.t with interest snad corta, to the hlhotet ani beit hiddtr far eash en Laud. Gi-t.-t ender my hand this Sd day at Augstea A. D. ItL CHAS. IL JEFFIPeS, ShertL, I~ RALPH G. JOM[tbOOi. DeIaty hheest. Ns o ao o t tat aae - with o ti1on a of the r tuhO.. n th itwcute'ý°-ns from y fiv , u . Idaho, will make written ayolirtioato tf_ honorable crta r a r o. othe totand emoR tibme for merhndl an alefn the fol owi unenur esnin d and una - roi thet d utn ieo hionds d nha te d wmh.e u. lle Mio on1nt0, Montoanse tat d-c Tract ol. b.itan attapoint t on the north bonk of the K io er ootnai rive mo le e to ofailnd" of the samen and the snite distan o benae and otesa of Uans for aibot four mloas to the month of Ralny creek; thence north one-half mile (14) to northwest corner- thence seat along the top of the first hills or 'buige four miles thence south one-half mile (1i) to the place oo inning, comn rising about twelve hundred (1,00) acre and eontaining five hundred thou sand (500,00) feet of vine timber, and one iun dred thouund (100,000) fet of fir and tamarack timber. The land in this tract is rough and broken; the soil rocky and tsady, unfit for culti vation or grazing purposes. Tract No. 2. tbeginning at a point on the north bank of the Kootenai river one-half (t) mile below, or west of the month of Ralny creek, which is about four miles below or west of the g mouth of Fisher creek, which is at the big bend of the Kootenai river; thence from said initial Soint west along the north bank of the Kootenas t river a distance of two and one-half (2 ) miles =to a point one-quarter of a mile west of where the point of the mountain runs south to the river bank: thence north one-quarter of a mile (hi); thence weet one-half a mile; thence north one quarter of a mile; thence west three (3) miles to a pointone-half (4) mile east of Pits creek and I one-half mile north of the mouth ol the same thence north one (1) mile; thence east sx and one-half (%S) mles on a line parallel with the Koltenat river and two miles N2) north of the same to Rainy creek; thence south to the south east corner., the place of beginning. Containing Sabout six thousand (0,030) anres, and containing about five million (5.000.000) feet of pine tinmber; about one million (1,0.,000)0 feet of tamarack timber, and about one hundred thousand (100, 000) feet of fir timber. The land in this tract SNo,.. is rocky, sandy and sterile, unfit far culti viration or for razing purposes. rTract No. I.beginninF at a point on the north bank of the Kootenai river one-half (4) mile be low or west of the mouth of Pipe creek; thence running west along the said north bank follow ing tihe bends and curves of the same for a die tancoe of eight miles to the head of or east end of tice liKootenai falls, thence north one-quarter (t1) of a mile: thence east eight miles on a line parallel with the Koltenai river and one-quarter of a mile north of same to tie northeast corner; thence south one-quarter (li) of a mile to the southeast corner, the place of bocinning; com prising about thirteen hundred (1,100) acres; and containing about one million (1,t00.000) feet of pine timber, five hondrei thousand (5(OL03) feet of tamarack timber, antd one hundred tlhouand (li,)u000) feet of fir timber. The land in this tract is rocky, broken and mountainous; the soil is rocky and sandy, and unfit for cultivation or grazing. Heference is hereby muade to plat filed in the United States land office, Missoula, Montana, identifying and showing a more particular de scription of the locaity of the land npon which this privilege is sougut to be obtained. 'The total area of the above described tracts is about 8,5(0 acres, and it is estimated that there is growing thereon about 6,500.t00 test of pine timber, about ],0lill,00 feet of tamarack and about 200,,i0t feet of fir, which it is desired to cut. 'The character of the lands upon which all of the above,,anted tinmber io growing it rough, broken and mountainonus: the soilis rocky. sandy and broken, unftit for cultivation or grazing pur poseo, and non-mineral in character. The pnrpose for which the timber is to be cut and cied is for the manufacture of lumber, shingles andothermerchantable lumber, to be sneed for mining, building and other usual and beneficial turposes. C .W. TOOLE. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER. In accordance with the provisions of section 8, of thu act of Marclh 3. 169l. aud under the rules and regulstions of May 5, 1891, 1, the nundersignd, hereby give notice that at the expi ration of twenty-one datas from the first publica tion of this notice. 1 will make written applica tion to the honorable secretary of the interior for authority to cut and remove all the merchantable -aw lows, whit9 and red pine, on the following described land: 'Tie laud being unsurveyed, butcommencingat what will be tihe sonthwest corner of section 21,. townsltp 12 north, of range No. 2 west, when surveyed: runningthence east three miles, thence north one mile, thence west three miles, thence south one mile to place of beginning, comprising sections 21, 22 and 2W. of the said township and containing nineteen hundred and twenty (1,920) acres. Said land having thereon about six hundred thousand feet of white and red pine in abcut equal quantities. Said land being non-mincral rough and st-ep and not tit for agricultural pur posse, and is locatel in the county of Meagher in the state of Montana. ClAS. COCHRAN. Dated Aug. 4, 19.1. First publication Aug. 5. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. •GIARS MUST GO! I still wish to impress upon the minds of the public that I am determined to retire from business and that goods must be sold as soon as possible. I intend making a specialty of * CIGARS FOR THIS WEEK, WHICH I WILL SELL AT lo PER CENT. LESS THAN ORIGI NAL COST, FOR + CASH! While I am making a slaughter on Cigars; the fact should not be overlooked that I will continue to offer bargains in . WINES ]AD LIQUOJS.. I have on hand over 400 barrels of Whiskey, in cluding such brands as W. II. . M'BRAYER, BOND & LILLARD, JAMES E. PEPPER. 5 Per Cent. Discount of cost on all purchases for CASh on all lines of Wines and Liquors. I mean business. I must and will close out. I. L. ISRAEL & CO. No. 3, South Main St. NORTHERN--P 10 Betwen Missoula Gar rsni et* ne. Butte City, Bozenan 19i, ine.ton, BillineS, Miles Ciut u n. Glendiv, and all points EAST AND WEST. Thee Ia nothing better than the sent1 oa The Dinirg Gar iinme. Through Pullman 8.ltexing Cars and Irnlehei Tourist Sleepers ail between pointa in MONTANA -AND- ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. Fasieo (Cwut Trains Passing through Mlnnesota North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and HWashInton, earry complete eqelpmeeat9 of PUILMAN PALACE SLEEPING (OARS, FIRST & BECOND CLAbS COA&CES, PULLMAN TOURIST AND FISRE COLONIAL BLEEPEIlI & ELEGANT '11NINOG CA..& THIOUGH TICKETS are sold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific i t. iL, to ot North, East, South and West in the 1nit. States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday, March 9, 1891 TAIN8S ARBIVU AT lnLENA. No. , Pacifi Mail, west ound ........ 1:35 p. m No. 2, Atlantic mail, east bound........10:40 p. u No. 5, Logan and Helena Passenger conneetin at Logan with train No. 2. Pacific Fzpreas. west bound ........ 1:20 a a No. I, Mistsoula and Butte Express..... 12:50 p. m No. , Maryville passenger .............11:10 a. m No. 1, Marysville accommAodation..... F8l p. m No. 10D, RimtEni mixed, Mondays, Wed n orhts and Gridas s................... k :00 p. m No. 9, Wiokes, Boulder and Elkhorn pasenoger ...........................10:25 a. m, TRAINS DEPART FROM HELENA. No. 1, Pacifie Mail west bound........ :50 p.m' No. 2, Atlantic Mall. east bound........10:55 p. in No. , cHelena and Loran passenger, connecting with train No. 4 at Logan, Atlantic expres, east bound.......... 4:10 pm No. 5, Miuoula and Butte Express..... 8:0 a. in No. , arysrevile passenger............. 7:45 . in No. 9, Marysville accommodation....... 8:00 p.m No. ibt, Bimini mixed, Mondays, Wed neeslays and Fridaye .............. 8:15 a. min No. it, Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn Passenger .................0.......... :t 0 P. m For rates, maps, time tables or special inmor nation, apply to any agent of lbe lorthern IPa ciBf It. R.. or to LCHA. . FEF, A. D. EDGAB, Gen'l Pae. & T. Agt.,. General Agent, TT. PAUL MINI Cor. Main & Grand sip.. Ilelrns. MIont. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION IN TIE First Ward-Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 17th day of August, 1891, there will bea pecial election in the nir-t ward of the city of Helena for the purpose of electing one aldrman to fill the vacancy caused by the rosig. nation of Alderman Connally. The following places in said ward have been designated for holding said elections: In the first precinct at house numbered 215 on State street, between Warren and Ewing etreets; for second precinct, at the marshal's office in the city hail. The polls will be openll at nine o'clock a. m. and closed at seven o clock p. m. The judtes of eleotion heretofore selected by the council for each precinct will also act as registers of olec lion, and as such will meet at the places above designated in tl;heir respective precincts on Thursday,. August 13, 1811. at one o'clock p. m., snd remain in session as provided by the ordi nances of the city, for the purpose of revising, correcting and comlpleting the registry lists of the last annual city election for their said rest c lire precincts, at which time and place all elec tors of the respective precints whcee nsmes do not aplpear on the registry list for said last an teal election are hereby notified to appear and ice that their names are properly registered. Doted Augost 8, 1891. By order of the city council. [Seal] ARTHUR J. CRAVEN, City Clerk. J L. SMITH, SP Frei-ht and Transfer Lne, HELENA, MONTANA. All kinds of marehandise and other frelhts; noeluding ores, promptly transferred from the lepet. Orders will receive prompt attention )Frc--At J. Feldberg's Store and at the Depot. Will Buy a Pair of Ladies' Era Fine Shoes THIS WEEK ONLY. THE NEW ENGLAND SHOE STORE, II SOUTH MAIN STREET, HELENA, Have placed on sale several new makes of Ladies' Fine Shoes, ranging in price from $3.00 to $5.00, and being de sirous of introducing them and their superiority over all others of equal price, as to Fit, Style and Durability, will for one week sell any and all at $2.50 a pair. The quality is fine Dongola Kid, MoKey sewed, hand sewed turn, hand welt, and flexible soles with tack less innersoles. The styles are Common Sense, Half Common. Sense, Opera last, with patent tips, fine cloth tips, lace and button. Remember they are all new, fresh, desirable goods, just from the factory, of which our regular retail price will be from $3.00 to $5.00, BUT WILL PUT THEM ALL IN FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, JUST TO INTRODUCE THEM, AT $2.50 T PFTIR $ 0RRI0 D -BY THE--- LIMITED MAIL 20 Ibs. Granulated Sugar, - $1.00 2 Ib. Roll Finest Table Butter, - 40c 3 lbs. Finest Japan Tea, - $1.00 Finest Loose MIuscatel Raisins, per lb., 10c Finest Transparent Glycerine Soap, 6Oc.doz. I Pint Price's Vanilla Extract, - $1.90 12 oz. Cans Price's Baking Powder, 30c Peaches and Pears, per can, - 20c Grapes, Apricots, Plums, - 3 cans for 50c + WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. ""