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Recent Developments in the KESNWOOD distriot, comprising the Bradord,
Brooke and Syndicate Additions to Ielena, make the above statement almost absolutely true. But there are other 'features of this part of Helena that out weigh the probability of finding gold in paying quantities, and those are the freedom from smoke and dust that SKENWOOD i Enjoys beyond any other suburb, the direct water service, insur ing purity and freshness, the fine view, the rich soil, school facil ities, street car service, good drives and numerous other advantages. Prices are now reasonable, and the present is the time to buy. My list com prises many very choice locations. n1 M. MUT HE, 214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA. AFTER THE APPRAISERS. Warrants Issued for the Arrest of Phila delphia Officials. PEILADvIPHIA, Sept. ll.-Warrants were issued this afternoon for the arrest of the mercantile appraisers of Philadelphia. The warrants are based upon charges by City t Treasurer Wright that the appraiqers, Messrs. Patton, Crawford, Houseman, Hunter and Bell, have unlawfully conspired to cheat and defraud the common wealth of Pennsylvania by making and re turning false lists of taxables and false returns of the classification of such taxa- ° bles, by making unlawful exemptions, by t adding names of dead and fictitious per sons to the list of taxables, and receiving t fees therefor, and in other ways cheating t and defrauding the commonwealth with intent to make great gain for themselves. Patton and Hunter have given bail for d their appearance Monday. The others have t not yet been found. RAILROADS OBJECT. Great Northern and Northern Paclfic United Against a Dakota Law. FARGO, N. D., Sept. 11.-Besides the tem porary restraining order secured by the t railroads against the breaking of car seals t for the inspection of grain by the commis- t sioner, a bill in equity was filed by the Q Great Northern, which recites the inability to properly inspect at night and the conse- t quent delay of trains if the law is inforced. i The bill says the orders of the board die criminate in favor of the Northwestern, Boo and Milwaukee roads. The orders of the railroad commissioners are claimed to be contrary to the interstate commerce law. Similar papers were served by the Northern Pacifie. Doubt the Success of the Line. CITY or MEXIco, Sept. 11.-It is the gen- I eral impression among merchants here that the new steamship line under concession I to Roach & Co., of Philadelphia, will be short lived, as it will probably be unable to stand the competition of the Spanish Transatlantic line. which, though now without a subsidy, will most surely receive other concessions from the Mexican gov ernment, as it has from the Spanish gov ernment, and this line, with the Ward line, are abundantly able to take care of this trade. All freight from western American cities for Mexico comes by rail, and but little is received from Philadelphia or Bal timore. Celebrated Perry's Victory. SANDUSKY, 0., Sept. 11.-The Maumee Valley Monument association celebrated the seventy-eighth anniversary of Perry's victory on Lake Erie, at Put-in-Bay island to-day. The society has for its object the preservation of places of historic interest. Ex-President Hayes, president of the so clety, made a brief patriotic address. Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, was the orator eof the day. He spoke with special reference to the part taken in the war of 1812 by Gen. Jean Clay, his father, consid ering and answering criticisms by some writers thereon. To Protect the Convicts. NAsAWVITL, Tenn., Sept. 11.-Acting un der orders of Adjutant General Norman, 25 rifies belonging to the local military com pany at Knoxlville have been turned over to til superintendent at Brieeville to be used in the plotection of the convicts. Several thousand rounds of ammunition willalsobe sent there. There is mouch uneasiness all through East Tennessee and the miners are reported to be making grave threats. Foreigners in Danger. LONDON, Sept. 11.--The Standard's Shan ghai correspondent says: The foreigners of lchang, with the exception of the mem bers of the consulate, have taken refuge at Heakow, foreign gun boats being unable to reachl lehang on account of low water. An ette.l;it wag InadL to cause a list at Han Iow tlo Tuesday, but the British man-of wa. landed a company of blue jackets with a ,atling gun and the disorder was quelled without lighting. NOTTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER Notice in hereby given that in aceordanee with the pravttions of the rules and regulations roccribed by the honorable secretary of the in trior, en May' ith, 181, at the expiration of twenty-one dly. from the first publication of this motise thb undersigOed. Charles W. Toole, whoms post-evie address is Wallace, Shoshone county, Idaho, will make written application to the henerahle secretary of the interior far authority to out and remove timber for merchandise and sale from the following asurreyed and nnap. propriated pablic lands of the United States eit sated in Misounla oaunty Montana, and de sorehed as follows: Tract No. 1, beginninq at a point on the north bank oef the Kootenai river ene mile below the "'ig Bend" of the same, and the same distance wesnt of the month of 'isher creek: thence run ning west along said north bank following the bends and urves of same for about four miles to the mouth of Rainy creek: thence north ene-halt mile (lY) to northwest corner: thence east along the top of the tirot hills or blunff four miles; thence south one-half mile (1) to the place of baginning, eomprising kabout twelve hundred (1,100) acres, and cooaining five hundred thou sand (600,00) feet of pine timber, and one hun dred thousand (100,000) fret of fir and tamarack timber. The land in this tract is rough and brekes: the soil rocky and sandy, unfit for culti vation or grazing purposes. Tract No. 2, bemginning at a point on the north bank of the Kootenai river one-half (4), mile below, or west of the month of Rainy creek, which is heabout four miles below or west of the month of iishor creek, which is at the big bend of the Kootenai river; thence from said initial point west along the north hank of the Kootenal river a distance of two and one-half (2gy) miles to a point one-quarter of f mile west of where the point of the mountain ron south to the river bank: thence north ene-quartier of a mile (4); thenee wret one-half a mile; thence north one quarter of a mile; thence west three (IS) miles to a point one-half (14) mile east of Piro creek and one-half umit north of the mouth of the same; thence north one (1) mile: thence east mx and one-half (0t54 miles en aline parallel with the Koetunni river and two miles (2) north of the amnfo to laiy crrok; thence south to the south east cornor, the place of beginning. Containing about six thousand (.030) acres, and containiong about five million (5,000.000t feet of pine timber; about ono ml.ion (1i000.000) feet of tamarack timber, ond about one hundred thousand (100, 0t0) feet of fr timber. The land in this tract No, 2. is rocky, sandy and sterile, unfit for culti vation or for crazing purposes. 'Tlract No. I, bcgianing at a point on the north bank of the Kooleinai river one-half (i) mile be low or west of tke mouth of Pipe creek; thence running west along the said north bank follow ing the bends anod curves of the eame for a dis tance of eight miles to the head of or east end of the Keoteaai ftlls. thence north one-quarter (kii of a mins; thence east eight miles en a line parallel with the Koetonai river and one-quarter of a rail, north of some to the northeast sornrier; thence eouth ene-quarter (4) of a mils to the southeast e.rnor, the place of bhsinoning: com prising about thirteen hundred (1i.00) acres: and contalling about on's mulli.n (1,U00,000) feet of pine timber, five hundred thousand (500,C;00) feet of tamarack tinmbr. and one hundred thousand (10,0t0) feet of tr timber. Tihe land in this tract is rocky, broken and mountainous; the soil is rocky and sandy, and unfit for cultivation or grazing. Reference I. hereby made to plat filed in the Unilted States land ofice, Missoula, Montana, identifying and showing a more particular de secription of the locality of the land upon which this privilege is sonact to be obtained. 'IThe total aresa of the above described tracte is about 8,00o acres, and it 0 estimated that there is growing thereon about 0,500.000 feet of pine timber, about 1,80O0t.0l feet of tamarack and about 200,000 fant of Or, which it is desired to cat. 'lTe character of the lands upon which all of the abevo,namol timber in growing is rough, broken and mountainous: the soil is rocky, sandy and broken, unlitfer cultivation or grazing pur. poses, and non-minesral in chracteor. J he purpose for which the timber is to be out and grsd is for the manufacture of lumber, shiagles andother morehaatable lumber, to be used for mining, building and other usual and beneficial purpseas. C .W. TOOLI. IN 1HE 0iDISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, In the matter of the estate of hector . Helar ton, deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale of real es tate sheld net be made. F. W. Ellis, the administrator of the estate of Nestor N. It orton, deseased, having tiled his po titlon heroin praying for aso order o sale of the personal and all tie real esltat, of said decedent, sor the prpuose tIllerin rot forth, It is therefore ordered by the judge of said court, that ail perosos interested in the etats of said deceased, aprpear before the said district oeart on ejineruriry, the 115th day of teptemher, lbS9. at 10 o'clock lInthe forenoon of said day, at the court room of said district court, at the court hoese in tie said roauty of iewis and Clarke, to bhow cause why an order sholnd not ho granted to thesaid F.. W, '.l s, an mlmistra nor to sell thl r'al ertate of the said dceeasuod whircll ehall b, necessary. s-d that acvy ,f ibil ordier iL ts vbilihed at lras.t ene v e.eok for t -r our.-r' vse wecko in '* helos IDaily lisdejlerl.cnt, a noenaprar printed and pnblissed in said county of Lowis and Clarke. MdORACE i. BUCK, Dated Aulgust II, 8IL J OL - A A SACRIFICE, After an extraordinary rush upon our stock of Wines, Cigars and Liquors, after our positive announcement that we must close out, we have now on hand that must be closed out immediately * Fifty-Five Barrels of Bond & Lillard Spring of 1887 Whiskies, Besides numerous other brands, that we will close out either in part, by the gallon or barrel, or the entire outfit, at PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. Cigars, Wines and Fancy Liquors are still being offered at PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF. We wish to announce to the family trade that we are able to stock their cel lars and pantries with the most delicious Whiskies, Wines and Fancy Liquors at prices never before heard of. We still wish to impress upon the minds of the public that when we say that we must positively close out WE MEAN BUSINESS. Give us a call. I. L. ISRAEL & CO. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mill tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it.works with splendid results on the tailings from other amalgamating devices. It is CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT, and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, no matter how fine, and the itoured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating apparatus. There are very many places in Montana where the Cook Amalgamator will pay for itself eveiy month. I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana. Having deolined tha plaice of State Mine Inspeotor, I am now prepared to examine and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the sam-3. I have hadi forty-five years' experience in mining. G. C. SWAL.ow. See Amalgamator at my Office from 9 to 12 A. M. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Clarke, Conrad & Curtin, THE LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. --- - We offer a very complete line I of all kinds of Heating ad Cooking Stoves For either Wood or Coal, and - at prices that will astonish I. everybody. COME AND SEE US. Oder one 1LOjN --- AGENCY FOR GIlden Suush'n, Steel lRanges, i :.. scord Line of Ileaters a~i Cooks, S. Supeior Stoves and Ranges, 42 AND 44 S. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 90.