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An Eastern Expert Says There Are None, Aside From Their Setting. Information Eliolted by a Trial Involving the Value of Some Jewelry. Valne of Metals-Gold Not in It With Beveral Others-Galluam Worth $8,950 an Ounce. There was a case tried in the court of sessions not long ago that involved, before it was over, the valuation of somediamonds and jewelry that had been stolen. So an expert from Maiden Lane was called in. He needed to be an expert, for Counsellor Howe was on deck for the de fendant, and what be doesn't know about diamonds and things of that kind is not worth knowing. He usually wears about a quart of diamonds about him; and as for jewelry, well-when he comes back from the country go and look at him. If his partner, Abe Hummell, were to attempt to wear as much he would have to be carried. Be certainly could neither walk, nor for that matter, says the New York Sunday News, stagger under such a weight. ) But this particular expert knew his busi. noess. "At any rate," said Mr. Howe, at a cer tain stage of the proceedings, "these were second-hand diamonds." "I beg your pardon, Mr. Howe," said the expert, "but there is no such thing as a sec ond-hand diamond. I see that the setting has been removed from this stone and that it has been nicked a bit, but except an in consequent difference in weight it is just the same diamond that it was before it fell into the hands of the person who tried to damage it." I saw this expert afterwards, and he told me that this was an old trick of the pawn brokers, who act as "fences" for thieves, to remove the setting from diamond rings or brooches, or anything of that sort, to break up or melt the setting, and then nicking the diamond in such a wdy as to prevent identi fication-and this they can afford to do, for they pay small prices to the thieves. In some cases, where a diamond is extra large, it may be cut so as to make two stones in stead of one. "But all this is the trickery that comes out of thievery," said the expert. "There is no such thing as a second hand diamond. A diamond is not like a suit of clothes. You can't wear it oat. You may pay a big< price for a stone in a legitimate place or you may pay a smaller one to some thief for stolen property. But if it's a diamond it's a diamond, and don't forget it. If its color be right and its weight true, and if there be no flaw on it, it matters not if it is 1,000 years old and has been owned by as many men. It is a diamond as it always was. and that settles it. "It is true," said the expert, "that prices of diamonds fluctuate. It is not the law of supply and demand, either, that governs this. The supply is usually all right. It is the demand that bothers us. Itis more iluotuating than the prices. But if you ever come into my place for diamonds, mark you, I will charge you quite as much for what some Dersons call second-hand dia monds as T would for those that are not called socond-hand. -A pawnbroker may make a distinction, but 1 dont, and I re peat, once a pure diamond always a pure diamond." "'l'hin nlntar of irnnrannn nhnnm rln;,, "This matter of ignorance about dia monds," the expert went on, "puts me in mind of another thing in our line that the average person seems to know very little about. That is the matter of precious metals. Nine men out of ten that I deal with seem to think that gold is above and beyond all other metals, with platinum and silver following. "Well, they are wrong. Gold is worth about $240 per pound troy; platinum about $130 and silver about $12. Nickel is worth about sixty cesta and pure aluminum from $8 to $) per troy pound. Now do you know those metals are not in it with some that exist and are sold. But wait a moment un til I get a list of them that I have made out in alphabetical order, and I venture to sany I can tell you something that you don't know." And he was as good as his word. He pulled down a big bo'>k in whichall sorts of hieroplyphics were inscribed and consulted it. Then he told the reporter about some costly metals that the latter had never heard of before. "There's barium." he said; "I suppose you don't know what barium Is?" The re.orter thought of a tpun connected with bay ruin, but with a manly effort sup pressed it, and acknowledged that he did not know what barium was. "Well, it's a very rare metal and is not often bought or sold. for tile simple reason that it is hard to get. When it is got it is worth $975 per pound. That knocks gold at $210 per pound out of the ring entirely. But there's calcinum, and that is worth $1,800 a pound. Cerium is even more costly, for it is valued at $1,920 a pound, or $1i0 cn ounce. "Pretty good prices those, are they not?" the expert went on. "But bless you there are higher ones. Cromium." he said, con suiting his big book again, "brings a higher price, for it is worth $200 an ounce, and didymium $1F0. Erbium 'is worth $1,680 per pound. But then comes the king of metals. Assuming the wealth of the'Van derbilts to be $200,000,000, they could with that buy 312 tons of gold and have some thing left over. But if they tried to buy gallium with their $200,000,000 they would stop a little short of two tons. Gallium is worth $3,250 an ounce. This is the highest priced metal as it is the richest and rarest. But here are some other big prices brought by metals: "Gencirium is worth $250 an ounce: ir dium $61158 a pound, lanthanium $175 and lithium $160 an ounce. Niobium costs$128 an ounce. Aemium brings $6140 a pound, palladium $100 and rhodium $512. Stron tium is worth $128 an ounce, tantium $144, thorium $272, sanudium $320, yitrium $144 and zirconium $250. "There are a few more," said the expert, "but I guess those will do." The reporter thought they would and suggested that if the expert had a couple of pounds of gal lium laying about loose he would be quite willing to relieve him of the trouble of looking after it. This unselfish proposition was frowned down at once. "Here," he said, "is something that you have perhaps never seen." The something was a seui-transparent water-worn pebble of a yellowish color and the size of a pea. The expert took the stone. and after warming it exposed it in a dark nook in the store. You would scaacely think this pebble would throw forth such gleams of gleenish phosphores cent light. "'t'hLt," said the expert, "is what is known as a 'cobra gentm. I got it in India and but for the strategy of a coolie I would have lost my life in getting it. The cobra carries these stones about with him and the coolies in the main have a superstitious horror of them. But really there is no rea son for this, and the explanation of the fact that the cobra carries about this sort a stone with him. The stone is what is known as a chlorophane, a very rare sort of fluor spar. As you have seen, it will give out a continuous soft phbosphoresrent glow if it is kept in a dark spot. Well, it is this quality that recommends it to the cobrn. "This reptile is possessed of an almost human intelligence. He also loves insects, and partioularly fire-flies, which are nu merous in India. You know it is only the male fire-fly that goes about. The. females sit in groups on the ground, emitting all the time a soft phosphorescent glow from their bodies. '1 he male insect hovers about in swarms. Now, what it was that suggest gd to the cobra that this bit of stone would as a decoy for the male fire-dles is more than I can tell, e found it out any way. Yon see, the glow rom this seto and that of the female fs-fre 4e almostidentloca. and indeed, it would deaive wiser people than a male fire-fly. At any rate, when the cobra takes this stone and retires to a dark spot, anexposes the tone, hq is sure of a good meal of Idale Are-iles, "You sea these stones are rare, and al though the cobra has a great faculty for findina them, it is not every day or week that ne can And one. It is this, I think, that leads him, where he finds one, to carry it about with him so that no other reptile of his class can get it. That is about the only logical explanation of the matter that I can make." It seemed a fair enough one, and the re porter accepted it. 'Come around and see me again," said the genial expert, "and I will show you some queerer things than the cobra gem. I have plenty of them." AndI aoeopted the invitation. Pleasant Journeys. Pleasant journeys can always be had via the Wisconsin Central line. 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In the matter of the ectatL of L]aved Ruhen. deressed. Notice it hereby givrn by the undersigned. ai ministrator of the estate of D)avidl S.olen, deceated, to the croeitor ,if. nmd all I ersotln hav ing claims against the said deeas . di, oxlhilit tem with the macres-ary vnicltrs, within ten moaths after th tfirst Ietbtlicatioi of this Inotito, to tee ra.d administrator at tl:o law oflfce 'f Ashburn K1. Harboir. In the lMai nie 'oiitSlo, in the city of Helena, county of L\envi sanid (t 'Le kl and state of Montana, the isame ),tings t thloe tia of the transaction of the business of tie said ustate. E.IAS UItBEN, Administrator of the estate of David liuben dreased. Dated. lHelena. Montana. July 28. 181.L THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STOR GRAND SPEGIAL WEEK: 20 PIECES ALL WOOL HIGHLAND PLAIDS, " WORTH 750. PER YARD, THIS WEEK 49C0. 11 PIECES ALL WOOL NORMANDY STRIPES, WORTH 75C0. PER YARD, THIS WEEK 49C0. 6 PIECES ALL WOOL, 54-INCH CAMEL'S HAIR, WORTH $1.50 PER YARD, THIS WEEK, $1 15 Dress Patterns, Velvet, Silk anil Plush Combination, WORTH FROM $7.50 TO $12, THIS WEEK, CHOICE $4. The above special offerings are the best of the season. The goods are new and elegant. Don't fail to purchase this week, as later they will return to former prices. AGENTS FOR BELDING'S SILK HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. NONE GENUINE UNLESS PURCHASED FROM US. AGENTS FOR FOSTER'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. NONE GENUINE UNLESS PURCHASED FROM US. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Main and State Sts., Helena, Montana IEALTII IS WEALTII -i TFaATMEN I)r. E. C.( West' Nerve and Irain Treatment. a guaranteed ipecific for Hysteria. I)izsines, ('Icculsons. Fits, NHorrono Ni'rlgia, Hleadache Nervous Prostrahio n caused Iby the use of alcohol or til:acco. Wakefulneics. Montal )Depression hoftenirig of the brain. reulting in insniity and arlaing tn miny., dercay ald death. Premature Old Age. tarrennss . Loss of Power in either sex. Involunl ra Los.es and 'peorm-torrhnmc-a caused by oer-exertioll of the breins. rlf-aetL:.s or over indubgen.e. Each Ibox rcontains a month's treat menr. $1.l0l a box, oir si:: Iboxes fcr 5 00, sent by mail proeaid on receipt of price. Wit GUARANTEE SIX IIOTTLES I'o anoe any case. With each ord,'r received by is for six boes, acrcomp-sni-,s by $5.00, we will and tile lurl tinner our critt i n uarantSle to re fund the montcy if the treatnr--n sio:a not ilrcet a cure. (iiaralnt o0 issued only by II. M. Parchen & Co., druggi.t;, sole agents, ,Helena, Mont. $.t)50 : I:Wi 'ATRt). We will cpay ii-- " ,eicrtr for atn case of liverCotmplniii. I '. c. itck loadaclulci. ln digcstin. I'onti ;a: t)1 i.r Itietnnass we cannot curs with West's 'inegeisate ici\er Pills, wlce tihe directions are strictly ciumplied with 't hey are purely Ve'getable and oever fail to give sa isfac lion. Suear coated. I argcn ixes, iontlaininy iii Pills, 25 cosnts. Ilewarc cf connterfeits :ild imitations. 'I lh g.nline moannfcturei iinly cby TmcI ,tonn O C. We.sr c('n n'AN -h, Cciasci. Ill. Bold by ii. M. liaccleCn & Co.. driggints, Helena._ 1N THE DISTRICt T COURT OF THlE FIIIST Jundicial liislrict.of the state of Montana. inc and for Ieh county of Idwis and Clarke. In the mat:or of the estate of \\llliam Kelly, decteasd. UOrdr to show cause why sale of mining prop erty should not be motade. On reating and ti linr the petition of William L. htoeelm ad lichael helly, executors oi tihe last will end toeta cccnt of Wiliam Kel y. de reaeed, andi pratiig, amngi other things. for tan orcder of stLe ciof Ie mining property of said s tate of William lilly. It is order:l, 'I ham all persons Interested in Icc , -tne el the sidt William Kelly, dece-asei, le anrd aplslar before the Iistrict Court. in and for lthe culltt of ftwie and Clarke, at the court rsicti (f -ail rictir., ill the court house fit saiit ccic.uty, en lMonday, lho tenlt dnay if August, In , at it o'clock ai. ii., thein ttIlc thtre to show cauo why cini order of sale should not loe made of thei mining proplerty of amid estate, accordiltn tio l1w. l ii frttcher ordered. That a eopy of thict orelt cIc Icbliclhed for four siccossiic, we.,ks bc-giru tics sail tenth lday of Augusti, Sli, ill tie tcelccna tInolepndent. a n.iw.pa lcr tprinctld ncdpl pub l.'dsi ic lihc saud lens is ans ('larks coic y. Iigat el. )HOhiACEI It. BUCK. Judge. Icc.cd Jnty Ii. 18,:11. ToC l(lTIIttiDE~; S' MEETTING--NOTICE IS hlcerelby give. thlbt a meeting of the stock. holdcrs of 'le l.e< Io rioine acid Mlling ('oMtntl cI ?lontaca. will Ie hel:l at te olico of saMid ccnncny at ,:0:i Nottih ' hir lsreoet t. louis. nte.. ei Mtcsltda. thi 1t liti lay of Atgnot, I1cll, cor the tc'Ilriioi of seectilncg aovon (71 trustees to serve tor tlhe ensuing year. Polile ouln roum 12 m to t p. nGOD. cA. rOOD,. Becretary. THE RUN and St Paul and Minneapolis. N'ast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Drawi.n Room Bleepers, Dining Ctars and Coaches o! latest design, between Chicago rand Milwaukee and Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist (Slepetrs vie the Northern Paoific lailroads betwe:nut Chicag,, and Portland, Ore. Convonient Trains to and from Enatern. Weut. ern. Northern rnd (entral Wisoonsin points, at. fortiinll utequalissi service to and froso aVanae h a, F't'nd lu Lao, ()shkosh. Ran Claire, Hurley, Wis., and Ironwood and Beisemora Mich. For tickets, stleping-car reservation, time ta ble and other information, apply to agents of the ]line or to ticket agents anywhere in the U:r. ae btAtes or Canada. l it. Ainslie, Gen'i Manager, Milwaukee. Witg. . Mk. Itannaford. General Trattie Manager. nL C. Barlow, Traffic ManaMr Milwaukae; WClo Loais VLkatein. Aslt Gun Ia a'r Ag't.. h.l.wankle. Wia. THE GREAT NORTHERN Railv)ay Lire. Montana Central Railway. Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Railway of Minnesota, Wilmiar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry, TIlE GREAT THROUGH SYSTEII!. A solid through, train of Slots r,, Dininit ('ar, D)ay Con'his ant il'ros (Colonial Sleepers to Istiuuealt olis. Et Prul, Da luthl, West Sltperior cltl iotux ttity. ('lose sft'Ouetieins for ('hitesg". No.' York. loaton .ind tall Eastern Citiest. Until further notice T'rais will run as follows: ARSIYvL ALL TRAINS D)AILY IsitART. ll:0 a. m. I -Atlantic lnpreo... 11:t0 a. s.i, 211 p. I... .tsaoih, 1?latt r, at * .4 p. mi. 0:40 p. i. i'le._a ,_ itf_.ltto Ltorall :'"0 a in. lile.ping atr Ibrth.. tiqkots. titne table, etc., at liep .t a:d City Ticek4 Otiice. No. i, North Main strset. t'. W, Prrri. Cityikot Agent. B. n. lanuoLy. G. ['. & 1'. Agt, . M. R'M. RECEIVER'S SALE-NOTICE 18 HEREBY given that the underigned receiver b virtue of a decree mrades and entered in the Unnited Stet circuit court, of the Ninth Judicial ciruet in andt foPer the district of Montana. on Wedneeday, Jal3 1, 18n. in which Gilchrist Brothers . Ed art plaintiffs, against Helena, Hot Springap ad mnlet ter Railroad company, et .. defendants, will roll at public acrtion. to the highest bidder, s the let day of September 1891.'atthe north doorofthe court house, in the county of Lewis and Clake.o itate of Montana, at l o'clock m.. of uda, all the right, title and interest of the paetie i s.td suit to the following aescribed property to. wit: That certain railway known a the Helena, Het Springs end Smelter railroad, commenting on the boundary line between the Iroadwater Hot prinirs Hotel property and the premises of the lao l)wightl1'. t3ood.tl., running thence in an e-rterly direction to, and through the city of itelena, to the Northern Pacific depot. Tougether with all the lands, tenements and herodltamenta acquired or appropriated for the right of way ef said railroad and branches. And all the eaw mlente. rights. liberties, privileges, franchise i.. mnunities and exemptions ot said railroad com pany appertaining to the owning, maintaining, oerratio. using andi eujoying the same; together with all the railroad tracks, right of way, depot groundr, station gronnd and other lands, strue. tor.e, atation house, engine houe. e.or house, fuel hotle., warehounses. hops. machine houses. tarn tables, supelrtrnetorce. roiling stocks, carn fur. citure. tools. implement-, machinery, o usaid railroad cumpany, and all other propertyceai, personeal andal mixed. Written bids will also hereceivedi by the under signei for said property, which said birlds will be opened at the place and upon the day of sale and openly read as the bids of parties making the same. The sale shall be made subject to the ap. proval and confirmation of the above named court. The property will not be sold for lees than 535,000, of which sum at least $12.000 shall be paid in crash, and the balance may be paid in six and nine months, secured by a mnortgage lien upon the prtolrty, or esch other security am may be approved by tlhe court: all deferredl paymtents bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent per sanuni. WILLIAMI Ii. CLARIK, Receiver. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. le the Fast Mail Short Line from St. PaulI and Minneapolis vin La Crosse and Milwas. kee to Chicago and all points in the East. emrn Statese and Canada. t Its the only liqf under one management between St. Paul and Chicago., and is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwest, It is the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep. ing ears with luxurious smoking-roome, and the finest dining-cars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chioa. go. Its trains connect with these of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of oars of any osag between ISt. Paul and Ohioago. For through tickets, time tables, and full inforltatioun, apply to any ooupon tioket agent in the northwest.