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T lOPEN UP PROSPECTS.
Helena Men Form a Company for the Purpose of Developing Mines In Montana. Rioh Find of Copper Bearing Ore in the Little Prospeoted St, Regis Country. Is the Vpper aula COeuntry.-Mner. Aeres. the Border on the Lead Ore Duty-Belt Mountain MIsen The World's Fair Mining and Develop ing company is the name of a oorporationi recently organized by Helena men, it method of operating being rather a depar tore from those ordinarily pursued. As it name indicates, its principal purpose is th development of mining properties. Th capital stock has been placed at $2,000,00( In shares of the nar value of $10. It is pro posed to didpose of $15,000 worth of stock at 90 per cent discount on the par value the proceeds to be used for the developmen of snch properties as the company ma; secure a bond upon and which give prom. lse of becoming paying propositions. If t prospect after development proves to be i mine, it is to be sold, and the proceeds di. vided among the stock holders. If it does not turn put to be a mine, the maehminry used will be moved to another bonded prop erty. The first property to be developed is one owned by the company, known as the Eva May, in the Cataract district, in Jeffer son county. It is on the same vein as the Copper Bell and the Black Bear, both well-known properties. W. M. Sprague, the mining exoert, who examined the Eva May, gives it is as his opinion that the property is a true fissure vein and that with developmeutit will prove a paying proposi tion. There is now a tunnel on the property in about seventy feet and a contract has been let to run it 100 feet further. This, it is thought, will strike the vein. The officers of the company are all well known Helena men, Chas. D. Curtis, of the firm of F. S. Lang & Co., being president, A. H. Nelson, the land attorney, treasurer, and W. M. G. Settles, of the firm of Nelson & Settles, secretary. Daniel Simpson, the mining man, is the general manager. Find on the St. Regis. Angus Sutherland has returned from a trib to the St. Regis. says the Mullan Tri bune, whither he had gone to look at a prospect located by Wm. Sutherland last year, and which is situated six miles from the new railroad station called Saltese, formerly Silver. This station is thirty three miles east of Wallace, on the Mon tana side of the Bitter Root range. Mr. Sutherland brought with him a small sack full of specimens of ore from the claim. This is all copper-bearing and assays very high in copper. The ledge is stated to be seven feet wide, and uniform in character, with strong walls well defined. The specimens which Mr. Sutherland has consist of red otide of copper, some with copper pyrites mixed with red oxides and some apparently high grade copper ore. In some of the pieces native copper is visible. The owners of the location are August Sutherland, George P. White, Ezra Baird and William Sutherland. Bill Sutherland is said to have ten locations in the neigh borhood. Angus and George P. are so elated over the grand showing of their pro perty and the rich character of the ore that Angus will return immediately and look after the interests of the company and presecute the development work. If the ore is as rich as indicated by assays-40 per cent-it promises to out a figure in mining. I Upper Basin zMines. The prospects in the upper basin are looking like mines, says the Boulder Age. The Robert Burns mine has started up in full blast and is in the hands of Charles Gable, of Butte, who has a bond on it for $28,000. The Burns is putting forth some line ore. The Morning Star has a shaft 100 feet deep and shows fine galena ore from a depth of seventeen feet to the bottom of the shaft. At tio commencement of the forty-foot level and down eighteen feet the ore is three feet in width without a break. The Oa Atn mining company has driven a 155-foot tunnel on one of its properties and are now cross-cutting to catch the lead, which they now expect to see at any moment, The Winter and Brown placer mine has shut down and made a clean-up of $7,465. The Penn placer company also made aI clean-np of $1,500. Upper Basin has the finest mountain road in Jefferson county, and it has all been built by prospectors. The Lead Ores of Kootenay. What is to be done with the lead ores of Iootenay district is a question, says the Nelson, B. C., Miner. The duty imposed on lead ores and lead bullion by the United States bars shipment to that country unless the ores and bullion run high in silver, and the low plice of lead in Canada and Great Britain prevents profitable treatment of the ores in Canada. If the consumption of lead in Canada was equal to the expected output of oun, galena mines, the question woul".l be easy of solution, provided, always, that the Domirnion zuovernmnent would ilace ra duty on pi., lead equal to that imposed by the United States. Although reliable data is not at hand, it is stated that the total con sumptlton of lead in Canada is less than .O000 tons annually-an anmonnt hardly equal to the product of a fifty-ton smelter run continuously. There appears to be but one way out of tae difficulty, that is, by reciprocal arrangements with the United States; on condition that our ores and bullion be admitted free into the United States, the-free importation of all machinery used in mining to be granted by Canada. The )Dominion g.vt rnment should be advised as to the situation, and consulted as to the best way in which to bring about the desired result. Public meetings for a discussion of the question should be held in every camp in the district. In the Belt Mountains. A property which is showing up remark ably well under develoliment is the HIard scrabble lode, situated near the head of Gold Rln, says the Bolt Mountain Miner. A tunnel has been run in twenty feeoot and from the level a winze sunk eight feet at the bottom of which the vein widens to three feet containing eighteenu inches of pay streak composed of ealenar and sul phnuret. The owners, Messrs. i'hilips, Riley and Malony, consider theyov rossess one of the best prospects in the camp.which intelligent development will alvi results equal to the richest in the district. A change of management having been recently effected an entirely new policy will be inaugurated with regard to the develop ment of the Mortson & Woodhurst. T'Ihus far a shaft 100 feot in depth has been sunk, a tunnel of seventy-five or eighty feet run in and a quantity of ore is on the dump and in sight. With each step as the work has progressed the[ indications have appeared brighter and brighter, and so confident are the orwners of the property of the ultimate position which the mine will earn among the produceru of the state, that at the start no outlay will be considered too great. A shaft is to be sunk to a 300 foot level below the present devth of 150 and no ore is to be shioped until the results are obtained from this depth. A large tbody of men will Ire employed immediately and work proceeded with as speedily ac osulble. lie ,ruro and set prices o all kidls of hosiery at hilie kline hfaors making tarcehasee. A erowded house greeted the Twelve Temptations atMing's last alght, ObtnO the former production here the speotaole r has mder one some changes which have decidedly improved it, It sparkles with fresh and novel features and is one of the best attractions ever brought to this circuit. The advance press notices of the spectaeu lar romance did not. exaggerate at all in enumerating the features. Everything ad vertised is produced, There is more special scenery; more people and more amusement in this attraction than has been seen at Ming's for a long time. The ballet give a olean and finished performance, the bril liant costumes and graceful figures of the dancers making a line appearance under the rays of the calcium light. Mamie Con way, who is a favorite in Helena and Ed. J, Connolly were encored time and again in their song "The Same Thing Over Again." Delhauer, the wonderful human frog, holds the attention and elicits expressions of wonder. His feat of balancing on a tin can mounted on a high pedestal is the acme of contortion. Georgeo U, Melville does some neat juggling tricks in his latest sensation, the "dumb waiter." In the cockatoo ballet the chatter ing birds seemed to take as much interest in the performance as the younn ladies and joined with the audience in the ap plause. The engagement closes this oven JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The school term in this district will be gin next Monday. Rt. *. Seidoman has located 820 acres of I placer ground on French bar. Geo. E. . Pew conveyed a lot in the Grand Avenue addition yesterday to Jacob Switzer for $900. The governor of Montana is receiving congratulations over the arrival of a baby boy at the executive mansion. A change was lately made in the officers a of Montana lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F. where- a by Charles H. Bray was made Noble Grand. The Y. M. C. A. association moved from the Thompson block yesterday to the Gran- a ite block, where it will occupy a room with t: the Encore club. ii Miss. Burg has changed the hour for her li demonstration lecture in cooking from eight B p. m. to 7:30 p. in. to-day at the Hele na Business college. Townships 15 and 16 north, ranges 4 and t] 5 west, and township 19 north, range 8 west, have been surveyed and are now open P to entry. They are in Lewis and Clarke a: county. The Ladies' auxilliary of the Temperance union has collected about $100, some fur niture and groceries, for the coffee and lodging house which is to be opened next tl Wednesday in the basement at 51 South Main street. Gus. Strobel, who hat been visiting his oh brother at Clancy, was roobed yesterday morning of money and personal effects ag- w gregating over $100. He left his coat in the house and when he returned an hour later ts it had disappeared, together with other wearing apparel and a shot gun. There is or no trace of the thieves. th The sale of the steam motor line, under sil order of the United States district court, I will take place at the court house at noon nu to-day. President Menage, of the North- kc west Guaranty Loan company, will repre sent the bondholders at the sale. Accord ins to Judge Knowles' order no bid under $35,000 will be considered. V PERSONAL. Mrs. F. W. Muckey at 200 North Ewing street until the 8th inst. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Simpson have re turned from a trip to the coast. Mr. W. M. Thompson of the New York World is in the city on business for that able and enterprising journal. Wm. P. Stewart, special actuary of the Mutual Life Insurance company is visiting General Agent Smith for two or three (lays. Mr. Stewart is one of the brightest actuaries in the country, being the author of the consol and many other popular forms now being introduced and in use. He is delighted with Helena and its wonderful resources, and especially the stories of gold finds told him, dating back to the placer days. He leaves at 4:46 to-day for New York. Mr. W. K. Millar and Mr. Henry Brat nober will leave to-day for a trip through the Park, after which they will return to Helena. Mr. Millar is one of the best known mining brokers in London and has handled the best Montana stocks in the London market. This is his first visit to Montana, but he received a most cordial welcome from his friends, Mr. Bratnober and Hugh McQuaid, and is very much pleased with the country. He will remain in America several months. Arrivals at The Helena. G. M. Green, Ed. C. A. D. Ireland, New Shears, Red Lodge. York. James Kasson. St. Paul. S. B. Rathbone, Ban iL (ooper, New York. Francisco. Ic. T. Neeley, II. H. P. A. L. Mannheimer, Dickey, Chicago. Smelter. C.. lilance, ban Fran- C. H. Dudley and wife, cisco. Anaconda. Gee. HI. Carey, Butte. W. A. Logue,, wife and J. ('. McBougall, )u- child, Missoula. Iuth. Mrinn. E. Uttottonfaht, Meck Edwin J. Isaacs, New lenburg. Y,,rk. L. F. Mlenage, MIinne Brn I). Gardner, White aplslis. Stulphur Springs, J. (. Hamdon, wife liev. H. II. Coopttan. and two children, Livingston. Empire. W. J. (:lifford. Dem- Duncan Dingwall. eravillo. (:lieago. Mrs. J.. .Boardman, Miiss t:eth Kohrs. Deer ])eer Lodge. Lodge. Mis1 K. Kuhre, Deer J A. Anes, city. Lodge. .J. 11. lMcliernian. city. F. ('. Stvens,. city. A. L. Smith city. E. It. Little. Indian- II. (C. Webb, Indian ti'.' polis. Geeo. I. Mcdullen, K. Maolane. Galveston. Indianapolis. I.I A, WVilkinson, St. W. Ai. 'ihumpson, P'aul. Now Yoru. Arrivals at the Grand Central. B.i. Bayhould and wife Lee Kelly. Deer Lodge. Salt Lake City. turl luglehart, Deer W. S. Higgins, Loer Lo.lga. tI. dse. I1. II Wilson, Cascade. M. 5il ianra, Ploplar. P. L. llathrick, Elk 'IlTh a- I iley,ML2soula, horn. W. t. Mann. Helena r 1. F lioot, Canyon Itl,.t1 atiu'ik, IMoulder. (Creek, M. (. Moore. Boulder. W. F. Jewell, Raders Janes Lan:y, Rad:rs- burg. burgy . 1,. Leonard, Ci Ja(i WO'larr, White sca. Sulphur Sbrings. Mrs. A. Slasshr. White IMr, O'Mrr antid tulphur bprings. mother. White hul ilhlr Spring. Thui. It Morton, l:ast Androw Anderson, Fast Ilelene. Heilena. IWr. IRusecll, Minneap- G. M. Jones, Great olis. Fialls. K. F. Weston, Great John T. P'iott, Trown i.a'!, ville, Mo. Fred P'igott,ltrownville. W. J. White and wife, T. F. teoi uborg, St. I ten , r. ',.l th nId. hieford, nirgan. Jhb (C.lippo.wifoand lise tella I.eoler, ilutte daughter. utilt. Mrs. le:,uo Swaloy.Buttiii Jlr. . Jiose ph, Wicker. FhinkA.Suttnll,olhd a tF. F. ItiilruimII, ('hiiego Janrrs W. GeOry and I'.M. Itaelll., Mhlissoula wilfe. lilmville. '1'.5. Kano, ienton. I'd. (ondon, Bnnton. 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 Hyrup 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 system gently in the spring tune, or, in fact, at any time, and the better it is known the more popular it Locomes HO FOR 'I liE NATIONAL PARK. l'ourlsts Contemplaileg visiting tihe Nationnl park should go will, tie M. it, .iollnsaor acurZoa parl.y's i.ftees days canup life In the Wrld's Wondesrland. i'Partiesr of ive, ten or twelty madel up here fora flstn days' Irip. Evlerylilag fuor. mrat' .,. TIls of. lartllg, Jlly 1J3, Augusgt 3, Aegust Ill, and FepIemlr 7. For flrLler leforumatloa and lermns apply to, or address, Bi. t1Y ING1tiM, Brokers 323 North Maila nt. Wantetd, Information concernilg the family of Da vi, MeCionaha, who died in Nebraska about oner year ago. Address M., NDlna'pNerNTr office. THi FRANC DAKOTA 01W7 r She Didn't Care nhYr ig~be, 0A 3and D Life Worth livitn . a 'WOan I water my horse at the t.gh re there?" i "If he's thirsty you can. Itf h ain't :o thirsty he won't drink, will 'e?" t. The logic of this answer wau ove er i. lag, and I looked at the girl in satis eur. n prime. ihe was about 19, had t.wap.tir, a - tanned fase and an abaudndtnt ro of Sfrckles, the wore her brothser se hat, and from under its brial there flaeph: dtwo raght blue eyes- clear, intelligent and While my horse was drinking I leaned against the well-curb and glanced at the aurroundings. It was the home of a ~ a kota pioneer. A shack covered with tar paper and banked with sods: to the left a sod barn thatched with long slough grass: to the right and between the hoane and barn a stretch of ground covered with chickens and ducks and a troop of dqgs, and littered with fatm implements ranging in size from a hoe to a harvester, com pleted the scene. On all sides was the great prairie rolling away to the horiaon, with not another house in sight. "'Isn't it terribly lonesome living out here, all alone?" said I, turning to the girl with a shudder. "Lonesome'" she asked quickly. "Why?" "Why? Because you are ontof the world entirely; you have no neighbors, no society, nothing to amuse yourself with." "Who asks for neighbors and society? Not I. As for amusement--huhl Guess I can have all the fun I want hunting and riding 'round the conetry. No, I ain't lonesome. I'm a regular Dakota girl, misa ter. A land agent down at Burton a was up here once and he said: "'God made the country and men made the town,' so I guess it's all right if I like the country best, ain't it?" She was a hard girl to understand. "Then you never feel lonely?" "Never. Maw and paw and brother Ned and I generally have enough to do. Then sometimes Joel comes over and he's all the company we want or care for." "Joel?" "Yes-Joel Simpson. He took up a claim over north just to the right of that bluff, there-see it? Can't see the house 'cause its too far out of sight. If Joel has good luck with his crops this year we're going to get married m the fall.' "I hope he'll have good crops." "So do I. So does maw and paw, al though they don't like to have me leave anymor'n I like to go; but (with a sigh) people have got to strike out for themselves some time and then, you know (her blue eyes sparkling) I like Joel." "And I know he must like you," I said. "Says he does, but-" "Liz! Liz! ain't you ever going to bring that water? Laws a mussy! have you lost the bucket in the well, or-" A tousled head appeared at the door and a garrulous voice died away when the cause of Liz's tardiness was discovered. My companion picked up her bucket of water and darted away. "Yes, maw, I'm coming. Good-bye, mis ter," and she hastened to the house. My horse had finished drinking during our very brief conversation and I got into the buggy and drove away, barked out of sight by a pair of dogs. But from that day I have ever been impressed with the frank ness and independence of at least one Da kota girl.-Detroit Free Press. THE WORLD ON WHEELS. Vanderbilts Said to Want the Union Pa cifle. Rio Grande Deal. Important developments in the affairs of the Union Pacific railroad are expected this week, says the New York Times. A meet ing of the recently appointed financial com mittee, of which Pierpont Morgan is the head, will be held to-day in New York. It is probable the outcome of the meeting may be of greater significance than the mere putting into effect of a scheme for carrying S the floating debt. Rumors that the Vender- II bilts are to take control of the properDy are C received with serious consideration in Wall street, where J. Pierpont Morgan's close re- w lations with the Vanderbilts are duly ap- ,a preciated. It is well-known that when the Gould-Dillon contingent first approached bi Morgan with a request for aid in straight sening out the finances of the Union Pacific o company, they met with a, chilling recep- p tion. When finally Morgan consented to di take charge of the scheme for temporarily se disposing of $19,000,000 of the floating debt. se it transpired that he exacted concessions that w practically put him in control of the prop erty. The Atchison Not in It. It is given out at Boston on good authori ty, that the reported contest tor the control of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad be tween the Vanderbilts, the Chicago, Burl ington & Quincy, and the Atchison, has no basis in fact, so far as the Atchison is con cerned. Tennyson's Barber Talks. One of the most communicative among Lord Tennyson's neighbors is, says the London Telegraph, the village barber, who, like most of his kind, adapts himself to many trades and callings. This tonsorial artist is also in demand at entertainments for the display of his talent as a conjuror. On a certain occasion he wasinvited to give an exhibition before Tennyson and a small party of guests, and he tells with supreme satisfaction how he puzzled the great poet by one of his feats of pretidigitation. It seems that he counted out 10 shillings into Lord Tennyson's hand, telling him to hold them tightly, But a few minutes afterward, when he required the money again, there was only eight shillings. The look of as tonishment on his lordship's face was inde scribable, while the laughter of the other guests at the situation was unmistakably hearty. In this hilarity, it isneedless tosay, the poet most good-temperedly joined. With the license usually claimed by such perform ers, the amateur professor of legerdemain said: "I don't doubt yer honesty, my lord, but I gave you ten shillings. I will now try her ladyship"-with the result, of course, that he found more than he wanted. At the conolusion of the entertainment, Lord Tennyson expressed his pleasure at the ex hibition, and did so, as the delighted bar ber tells his friends, in thete terms: "Your feats were very clever, Mr. - , and it is a great credit to the village that it can boast of such talent." Not Generally Known. The wealth of the United States amounts to $62,500,000,000, distributed among 18,000, 000 familis. There are 135,000 families which have an average wealth of $186,000. In the Chicago city directory just pub lished many names were omitted owing to a refusal of the members of labor organiza. tions to give their names and address he cause it was printed at a scab printing house. The South Australian parliament has set aside $25,000 to purchase land near Peters burg for working men to build on. The free education bill, advocated by the labor organizations, has also been carried by a two-thirds majority. The largest gasometer in the world is nowhbeing built for a London company. Its diameter will be :300 feet, and the height 180 feet. Its capacity will be 12, 000,000 cubic feet and weight 2,220 tons. It will take 1,200 tons of coal to fill it with gas. It is strange but true that in this nine teenth century of Christ and His gospel of peace, the most highly valued inventions are those which add to a nation's facilities for killing men. The great indusiry of all great nations is keeping prepared for war, Inventive Age. Lunch fromn 12 to a p. in. at the Helena Care. Mcnti' underwear at th, lIre h liv. Must bh cloal 0out tn make room for hulildrr g rod. sum mnrr weightI, at are, $ anri $1.f 2a, r suit. LaJdina underwears elling out of eight at the litw .fivo. A (Great Opportunity. The Union bakery, located at 1 reat Falls, Mont., is offered for sale at a low figure. This hotel is owned and operated b the hotel and restaurant keepers of Great Falls and is guaranteed their patronage. This is lat Grat Fails, Mont,, bol 8 , t Be 1 n ine oeekwee toin the oty at the S av you seen those 50 ot ties at the Bee r i a peclal dale. ft Gentlemen's saitl to order for onA week only. Imported Scotch chevlots for 4S6, 1.worth$. Elegant buseines uditse for .0 and $292.0. Don't miss this sale, loom d ., Bailey blook. F. W. Manmsu, Manager. :Gee. H. Taylor. dentist, Denver block. lay your oroker and ohhinawr, at the Bee Hive Th are h4aquarters in this line. Prices h very low and selections unlimited. SBa ad. Fall Arrival. An elegant line of fall hate and millinery e novelties just received at H. Tonn's, 8 , North Main street, Prices will be within the reach that everybody can afford to buy Sa fall hat during the fair week. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. Montana Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F. S Meets every Tuesday. A regular meeting of Montana Lodge No. 1 will be held at Odd Fllows STemple. (Jaokson street entrance, this evening at 7:80 o'clock. The hours of meeting are as follows: January February, November and December. 7 o'clock March 4prii, September and October, 7:80; May June, Juy and Auget, & Visiting members a.e cordially welcomed LOUIS8 TALEi, N. CG. EMsL WLUTGE. Secretary. Ivy Lodge No. 24, K. eof P. MBeets every Tueeday. A regular meeting of the above lodge will be held this (Tuesday) A. r . hal, Park avenue. Ben bers of sister lodges are ordially invited to attend. I S. MARKS, C. C. WILL. C. oItDDL~E CDC s3 U -- t-onT, O , Cer. 1. - i-1 OUMMIONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Sthe First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and John S. Edwards, plaintiff, vs. Caroline Ed wards, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby requlres to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the irst judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (aexclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this district. within twentydays; otherwise withinforty days, or judgment by default will be taken atainstyoue according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action s brought to dicssolve the bonds of matrimony between the plantiff and de fendant en the grounds that the defendant did, on or about thie first day of January, 188. wil fully and without cause, desert and abandon plaintiff and ever since has, and still does, wilfully and without cause, continue to desert and abandon plaintiff and live separate and apart from him. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said compint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court Ior the reliec demanded in the complaint. Given under my band and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, this eighteenth day of August. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. I Seal] JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By H. H. Tuowre.O, Deputy (clerk. WALSrc NE WMAN, Plaintiff's Attorneys. SOT'ICE TO STOCKHOLDERS--THie AN-- t nual meeting of the stockholders of the tie Msc Mining and Milling company. will th be held att he office of the presi dent, room 47, Dalley block. Helena, Montana. hr Wednesday. September I 1191 at 945 a. in., for ls the purpose of electing five trustees to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction or such B other businjss as may come before them. JNU. J FLE. FALLON. Secretary. Helena, Montana, Aug. 29, 1891, SANDS BROS. We are now exhibiting our first importations of new Fall and Winter Dress Fabrics, consisting of Scotch and English Chevi iots, Scotch Plaids, Camel's Hair, Paris Novelty Combinations, and high class Fancy Novelties, in rough and plain effects. In new Draperies, Portieres, Curtains, Rugs and Carpets, we are displaying the latest productions, embracing all the new colorings and exclusive designs. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF JACKETS JUST OPENED. We have made extensive preparations for the Fall and Win ter, and will show this season the largest and most elegant col lection of desirable Dry Goods ever presented to the ladies of Montana. NEW ARRIVALS DAILY. " SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY, . SANDS BROS... The osBnepe1itar. The .od hotel haa ebauned handy dlnd lh. new proprietore have made a yew hotel o# it. The test estmaurat is the oily i now being run i ononeotion with the hotol, and yo70u m get a 2E.AtL FOR 25 CENTS. g Room and Board, $7 and $8 Per Week MSAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS,. Give us a call and satitfy l uta.elt that the COSMOPOLITAN is the bea place In the city in which to stop for the price. a GARRETT & BURGARD, Prop's. SRESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. WM. ERSININE & CO., Plumbers &Qas Fitters.. SANITARY WORK A SPECIALTY. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. TE~B.P ET.ONEI 237. Merohan ts National Bank Building, Helena, Mont I. X. L. BTAZTAR Bona Fide Closing Out Sale of Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Shoes. Hats, Etc, JLT LESS TEI 2L OST O I! H. BARNETT. - - - - HELENA. MONT HELENA LUMBER COMPANY, ,Agents for the Celebrated. .. GALT COAL. -- -ALSO DEALERS IN- Rough and Finisihing Lumber, Slhingles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Iaouldngss, TELEPHONE 14. City Offices Room 8. Thompson Block. Main Street. Opposite Grand Gentral Hotel J. P. PORTER, Real Estate • * and Mines. OFFICE: Basement Power Block, Cor. Sixth Ave. and Main street, HELENA. STOCKHOLDEBB MEETING-OIFFICE OF 1 the Jer eyt dlte Mining company. room No. 1. Power building. The annual meeting of the stockholder. of the Jareey 1lue Miing company will be held in the ofMe. of the com.any, rooaM No. 1, Power build ing, the city o Hlena, ontana on Tueeday, Peptember i. 1891. at four o'olock p. m., for the election of seven trustees. to serve daring the ensuing year, and the transaction of each other business as may properly come before eaid eet ing. J. O. HUDNU'I. President. BARNABD BROWN. H ele retry. Helen Mont.. Aug. 2,1891. $25,000 Worth of Prop erty for $12,500. The undersigned will sell or lease (for a term of three years) their hay ranch, seven miles northeast of Helena. 'Termn easy and satisfactory to afy reasonable puarhaser. Also a beautiful mountain ranch, twenty-seren miles north of Helena, and within three and one. half miles of the Great Northern railroad, to gether with sixty head of fine graded sitoek, one ialf cattle and the other half horses, nine head broken to work and rice, naturalized to the neighborhood and all tame and gentle. The ranch is located on Sheep creek and Gilen Marie. and includes two water rights and numerous ditches, and about L.n worth of fruit of all kinds suitable to the soil and climate. one hun dred acres fenced. inclosing fish ponds well stocked with trout i.d live beavers to keep the dams closed, and fair buildings, sheds, etc., foe temporary use. For gardening, fruit raisin~. stock raisiog a dairy location or a gentleman a residence this ranch cannot be equaled by any other in this part of the state,. For terms or information call at the ranch or write to Mitchell's Station. Trhis, proposition is made on account of the precarious health of M's. Wilkinson and the ap proaching old age of the parties. l,. S. WILKINSON MARIA WILKINBON. Falton Csh eMoat IMroet JULIVS ZYWERT, Proprietor, Fresh and salted meats always on hand. Poultry and fish a specialty. 1507 Robert street, near Northern Pacific depot. UTOCKHOfiDERtS' MEETING-THE ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders of the Light. ning G(ray 'opper Mining company for the eleo tion of troetoes and the transaction of such other business as may come before them will be held at theoffice of the company, room 11, dailey block, Helena, on Tuesday, September 8, at 10 A. H. NELSON. Secretary. E. W. KtNIGaT, President.