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Iiti Island of Juan Ftinanda as it
is and Iti On. l*ndred InhabitantL. The Residents Are Relpitable Ger man and Chilian Ranohmen and Their Families. aord Ausen's Noble Work It Plamtitg Seeds and Stooking It With Domnatlo Anumele--eone tfrom Lakeout. The first thing that a tourist doees, on toing ashore at Juan Fernandez, is to start or the famous Lookout, from the top of hbioh-so says the historian-poor Orusee 2ged to watch for a sail, "and yet no sail from day to day." But he is likely to be long on the way, though it is less than a mile from the landing place, beeause there are meveral points of interest to be viewed on route. First, these are the people-a bundred hands to be shaken and a thousand eager questions to be answered; for the arrival of a ship is by no means a matter of every day, and when one does appear in the harbor, the lonesome islanders, old and young, troop down to meet her. Though voluntary exiles in this beautiful place, where nature has been lavish in supplying everything neces sary to sustain life without labor, the col onists pine for news from the distant world, whose echoes come to them like angels' visits, "few and far between." Though no longer a convict colony, as in days long past, the island is virtually a prison, whose bolts and bars are ocean bil lows. There are about 100 residents on Juan Fernandez, mostly German and Chilian ranohmen and their families; for some years ago the island was leased to a rich cattle company, who have now as many as 80,000 head of horned cattle and twice as many sheep grazing in the narrow valleys and on the green foothills. The cottages of the colonists are mostly within sight of the landing, set in the midst of orchards on the side of a hill sloping down to the sea, and the oppressive silence of Selkirk's time has given place to the bleating and lowing of flocks and herds, the merry shouts of children and sounds of human activity. Whoever goes to Juan Fernandez finds himself enthusiastically welcomed by every soul on the island, and receives just as many pressing invitations to lunch,to dine, and to stop over until some other boat comes along, as there are homes on the island, and if he has been so thoughtful as to bring along a few old books or news papershe has earned the lasting gratitude of the people. Besides caring for their flocks the settlers raise fruits and vegetables to sell to passing vessels. The soil is won derfully productive, especially in the north ern valleys, where decayed vegetable matter and rich deposits of turned earth have washed down from the mountains. Grass and oats spring up spontaneously in the open sonce, and vegetables of all kinds grow abundantly wherever the seeds are scattered. Wild grapevines and fig tree, bearing excellent fruit flourish on the slopes, I and there are many natural orchards grown from seeds planted a century ago by Sel kirk and other mariners. Besides peaches, apricots, pears, quinces, and other fruits I common to temperate climates, the chute is everywhere-a species of palm which pro duces a delicious berry-and among an endless variety of indigenous trees are pimento (pepper), sandalwood, corkwood oand mrth 9 It appears that Lord Anson, an Engliah man, has done mpre for the settlement and cultivation of this island than the govern ment that owns it. He stopped here first by chance, in the year 1741, for the purpose of recruiting his ships after a succession of disasters in their passage around Cape Horn. The loss and danger he had experi enced led him to.establish a sort of recruit ing station on Juan Fernandez, for his own and other disabled ships. He devoted months to the production here of such fruits and vegetables as sailors crave, and caused quantities of seeds to be scattered all over the islands, that future voyagers might/find a variety of refreshment. He also left ashore a great many domestic animals, that they might become numerous, for the benefit of vessels in distress for pro visions, castaways and shipwrecked mari ners. "He who plants an olive, plants for his children's children." Lord Anson could not expect to derive much personal advantage from these benevolent acts, but how many lives have been saved by his philanthropy there is no human record to show. Attended by numerous volunteer guides from among the hospitable settlers, we again set out for the Lookout, but turned aaide midway between the clif and land ing to explore some remarkable looking caves in a hillside topped by ruined fortifi cations. These are all that remain of the settlement founded here by Spain in 1750. and of the Chilian penal colony established on the same spot in 1819. The Spaniards built a great fort and a town, both of which were destroyed the following year by a vio lent earthquake. T'hey were immediately rebuilt. and were ingood order and inhabit ed when Carteret visited the island in 1767. Earthquakes are frequent in the archipel ego, and several within the memory of the people now living have done considerable damage. Nothing remains of the ancient fort but its foundation and a portion of the ramparts, embedded in reddish clay and overgrown with weeds. The convict colony was established as soon as Chili gained her independence, and something more than 1,000 criminals were here. Of course, after the manner of Chil ianl, they were subject to the most barbar ous treatment in these gloomy dungeons, which are dug into the brow of the bluff facing the harbor, and extend several hundred feet under ground in the form of vaults r.nd passages somewhat resembling the catacombs of Rome. The gates by which the entrances were secured disap peared lo , ago, and the passages that have not fallen in are pre-emipted by wild does, bats, toads and centinedea. At last, about thirty years afte, the foun dation of the colony, solsme 00 prisones broke loose from their chains, nmurdeled the guards and eseal ed. They seized the garrison, ald for several days held posses sion of the island. Just then i Nantucket whale ebip happened to put into Cumber land bay for food and water. The convicts seized the captain and compelled hire to take on board as imany of their number as the vessel could poseilbly carry. Two hundred of them crowded In, and tlery threatened the ship's officers with inlstant death in caseof failureto land them on the coast of Peru, whither they deter interd to go to escape the vengeance of the Chiiian government. The captain of the whaler ran over to the nearest land on the coast of Chili, and leading the convicts to believe that it was Peru, put them ashore only about thirty miles north of Valpareiso. They soon found out their dangerous situa tion, buo it is said that every one of them succeeded in eluding the (ihilian authori ties, and eventually joined the Peruvian army, which was at that time advancing upod eantiago. Most of the prisoners left on the island escaped by different vessels, and were scattered over the globe. But very few of those engaged in the massacre were recaptured, and they were shot in the sentral square of Chili's capital. All this occurred tees than forty years ago. On that side of Crusoe's Lookout which faces the bay, a marble tablet has been set, bearing the following inscription: "in memory of Alexander Selkirk, mariner, a native of Larao, county Fife, Scotland, who lived upon this island in complete solitude for four years and four months. He was landed from the Cinque Ports galley, nine ty-six toms, sixteen guns, A. 1). 1705, and was taken off in the Duke, privateer, on Feb. 12, 1709. He died lieutenant of H. Ii. RuAesl.at llreo tly i ela hman en. aironed en every ide long swell of the Paolo, nobtekan to hormon .zaopt by the dim shapes of the itlands belonging to the rime Lro. Later we hunted etler t o kirk' stay. Great oars has bthen en to preserve thin justa as he left them, so far as Inex orable time will allow. The "austle" long minee enuoumbed to wind and weather and the "acontry residence" as well; but the cave, which has also been a famous resort for buocaneers may easily be visited. It lies in a ridge of voloanic stone and looks as if it might be the doorway into the ruins of some splendid temple. The entranee is fully fifteen hibh, and the cavern rune baek about thirty feet, varying in height from ten to fifteen feet. There are many holes or pockets dug into the inner surface of reddish rock, which, perhaps, were Ora soe's enpbeards. There are rusty spike naile driven all around wher he he may have hung hls guns and household utensils and those woadertnl garments and umbrellas made of goatakins. A stone oven with a sunken place for fire underneath it, Ia visible in the back part of the cave, and a broad, dark, smoke line reaches to the roof, probably made. '0 While his man Friday kept te house tta., d For be sure 'twas his bhsiness to do s6. according to many of the long-winded songs that sailors sing pertaining to Crusoe's ad ventures. s Nobody goes to Juoan Fernandes without e bringing home souvenirs in the shape of sticks and stones. There is a wood peculiar to the island which makes beautiful canes, a having a rare grain and polishing well. Things Worth eememberrag. That it is dangerous to stand near a tall tree or spire during a thunder storm; that he southwest corner of the cellar is the "cyclone safety point;" that there is no medicine so universally applioable to sick I ness as fresh air and sunshine; that blowing out the gas, before retiring is funny-to everybody except the man who tries it; that you may swear as hard as you please, but it will not remove grease spots; that the Wisconsin Central is the most popular route to Milwaukee, Chicago, and points east and south. For tickets, etc., apply to any ticket agent. 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NOTICE OF SALE OF BTRAY HORSES AND le- In conformity with a statute panced by the Second Legislative Asoamlly of Montana, dlrcting the H(ard of Stock (Cnomisuioners to collect stray hors.se. mules and as.es and dispose fastme. tre aid Baonrd rf Stock (Commissioners har co!Irct,:d abut 1t0 strays in the 'county of Lewle and ('larks, whlch tery will otler for sale at thoer.rekec yarde. near eItlrta. o1 tie N P. I. i.. couuty cf I ewia and ('larks, state of Monta aa. on l'e'ptaolesr 1,th. I0tl. About I Otstrat" in the county of Jefferson. which they will o'ffr for sale at, IPohldcr. conoty of Josflran, state of Moatana, on heptotrnbsr 2Le. 11t01. AbouL d in strays in Deer lodge coun ty which thely wilr off- for atle at D(eor leidno, cont.y of I'eor I.orera, ti.te of IMontana, on eotoinlber :0th, 1th.t ,. c,rt ;:O in Mrladion county distrit., which t.hey N ili .lOer ftar ble at . orris, crunlty rtf Mal i.,,n, State. atl Montttna, on .tt,t'rn.hr 10th. 14111. Ahoeet he trtays in P'ark county rhttrict, which they Vll otlr. fe.,e trt a' I.l li0,'rto:0., m")ustyof I'tlk. a .'r orf .crtontcllr, on e,t,' mnir thth, 1001. l ent 40 a s rtac it (ura to cunty district. wh'r;, ticy . ii rffr for evre, at I a.:caore. coun'y o I'a,,cadc, elatet of hen eins, tiertrruoMr t6th, About 20 strays in Cieter tounty distriot, whi, iI ohey will offiar ,for sal at Mile( City. coratv of :os'cr, ,tiat, ot Montana. on hepteal. tee "': tir. Peti. Abheet l I tr,,l in Fser'cs ,:orrty di!trict. Which I teey will trtfr for Isale nt Lcecwi.Wtrl Count y of lartegus. ta'e ot Ment.Luaa onn l'tmher lilet, 18 1. lBy rea'nd bi.tls or pror.palt. coerltitionrd that the ort'ha'rr 1rtr irt.l ray anitoarc out rf tihe rate of duotrana it.aerdiately. or purchabing Ilidder will Ihr reclrirrd to n oleer with thtlr proposld a crt lier t l cltrc rr rc ,rue Itkuown ,,,.o..t antu, praylre c Icthe srcerl:ary ur th'r loatd of Str'cKt'rtrmueie ionlr , tl.r .cr per rite?. (I' pear cent.) otrr ha 'tu, tr ,f lie p oeealt, t'e h frtr fede tl the ehortd cf t t.,ct. I eu:utei.lirre ine Cears t..c eidri:-r fails to cocfrlttm tie rcerlli tionr of iri b:d. eail ft'ray an.ma'n will be on axtlhitien for the Lnupeertioer of b diere fer two raie. tiert:edlnai duy of cale at thier Ul'acoe ueoei able. iBlark prorpesaln asd feorms for lhithiee will it fureroclee o n aitpli('arion, by It he rsicrtal y rf I O Iuard O.t Irook ( olrrellulion.r"r ' It. l'Jetllt, Ileelona,. Mont. Haird hiArta Ortrthe Olmate cc) latk ferrs fernil'.id llr reeretary. ari e'nUldtieora et' are juilly eermlie t wcitih. eari,! ' itohk (,orm m rsioteers reoerve the ritel t eo . c ,tnnty or all bids oit red. All urrcainmed iiil.:ila will Ie.Ic ;¢. Lidr will net Ihe entr'erueil forl any ,l ir.thrn tt,,, whose nnumber of stock oitesre:l hrr ale in rasrie district. By erder of loard of Btlck ('oncrleieaicnrr. W. U. i'jiUiTj'1', tiourrotary, The Oldest,, Meet Suc l, and Ouly Reliable San Francisc Specialats, Surgi and Phyasician, meat in lea braautoo end on the Packle Cost for the folowlag diseams are new Ia Batt Olttl Wl reatriag expeat aioal e en uaed ei Iee ea be treated by the great PaolhoOeast Deotorn, now in anotte Oitty with. oet hviung to visit lae S Pratieoto. tranee to Liebig World. Dispenaery, 8 Uaei rmeadway, oerra Mait street D.. Li s Co. are regala gradoate a ma bulinO r augentry anda eneolt xawtottona auoer.ld by the aettee of Miimouri,, Ctaliorn q 'MoatauA to tre t all _hroa __t er andl pt unto diaMan ow1 ther oalpnin, bedl utdaer oeae or oontteaýlo, anoatltl wemmC, night beloems., eexu,, dbilty l.amO of' mele1 power the eou b pslietsoueor ae veo rey.j, . mlee tao curea. Curalie omse ¶uaranteedermonee eteaded. Charge, low. Thousanda of cases oared. All melafone are eepeolaU.l.ad f eac individual wme st lalberatrry. o ourlioa or poisonouo compounds u ge No t lo from buaines.. Patients at a diatanoe treated by mail ad expreu. Medlicine oent everywheare free fream or bheata.e ous msatom, well me live, kidney and Igravel tpl ate. rhems~atim, paralysmis md all other Wt.rite for ilustrated )aoers on Deformltiee, ane t Caarrn, orone Innaaatio .l-o It, y gunetlm, P arl3 pi, evile idney. Al ler eav s uccesefal treted. B pher tio Poieone removed from the system without r rat. Nemtorativentr, i8nt for loss of it-. wer. Pens unable to vTis us may be treate at home by correpondence. All comr mnlioatiuns confdential. Medicine, or Instra met sent by mall or express securely packed. One personal inerview preferred. (Iall aud con mialt us, or send history of your case and we will send in plain wrapper our book free explaining why thousands cmnpot he oared of i'rlvate, Sps. ial and Nervous diseases, Seminal Weaknes. Sopermatorra. Imnpotency, Syphilis. Gonorrhea lseet, Varicocleo. etc. Drs. Liebig & Co. are the only qualifiedor re sponsible secIlists left in Montana sine the mew medical law. Office hours fromto6andl7 to 8p. m.;or .y appointment In ohecure or urgent case. --Deler in MARBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS * AND * Headstones. Eman e a. - - Moo lINNlelOLIS & ST. LOUIS " RAILWAY, -AND THE * * FAMOUS 'E. ALBERT LEA ROTE. oThr gh Trains Dally From t. * * *TO CRICAGO M Without change, aonneting with the Fast Train of all hues for the EAST AND SOUTHEAST. Th Direst and Only Line running Threnh Cars between Mlnneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge, Wolid through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS aSd ST. LOUIS sd the princiarl cities of the Miesieippi, end connseotin in Union Depots for al painte South and Southwest. Many hears saved, and the only line running two trins Ilai._ to KANSAS CITY, LEAVI N WORTH, ARSIBON, making oonneotion with the Wnioa Pacific and Atchison. Topeka A Santa Fe railways. Close connections made in Union Depot with all trains of the St. Paul. Minneajp lie & Manitoba, Northern Pacifie St. PaulA Duluth Railways, from and to all palate North and Northwest. REMEMBER! The train of the Minneapolis A St. Louis sain -ways are compe of Comfortable Day Coachee Ma-ldncent Falman Sleeping Cars, horton Be. lining Chair Cars, and our justly celebrated PALaCMU DININ CARO. I lbs, of Daggw checked FREE. Fare al ways as low as the lowest. For Time Tab]l e Through lc kote, etc., csal upon the nearest ticket agent or write to 0. M. PRATT. eaeral Passeer and Ticket Agt.. Mlinneapolis. OTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBE. In accordane with the provisions of section 9, of the act of MLarch i, lbl, and under the tales and r ulaties of May 5, 1891. 1. the undersigned, hereby aive notice that at the expi ration of twenty-one dals from the first publics aion of this notice. I will make written applica tion to the honorable ecretary of tae interior for authority toent and remove all the merchantable raw logs, white and red pine, on the followial described land: The land beins unserveyed, but commeneingst what will be the aouthwest corner of section 21L township 12 north, of range No. 2 west, when srvoyed: ruaninglthence east three miles, thence nsorth one mile, thence west three miles, thence sou h one mile to place of beginning, comprisind sections 21, 22 and 2:. of the said township and containing nineteen hundred and twenty (1,9"2O) acres. tsid land havi thereon about six hundred housandnf et ofrwhite and red pine in abou$ s.ualquantities. Said land being non-mineral rough and steep and not fit for agricelturat por poses, and is located in the county of Meagher in the state of Montana, CUAS. COCHrANL. Dated Aug. 4. 1691. First publication aug. L UMMhONS--IN THt DISTRICTT COURT Of tthe First Judlicil district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewi sand Clarks. F. at. P. Lindsay, plaintiff, vs. A. E. Boren, defendant. 'Tlhe state of Montana sends greeting to the habove named defendant. You are hereby renireaa to appear in an action broeght anoaint you by the above isamed plaintiff in the district, court of the l"irst Indicial district of fihe state of Montana, in and for the ounty of ,Irs anl (i Clarke., and to atnswer the complaint filed theroin, within ten days (exclnsive of the day of scrvicrj after the service on you of ths sulnrmens, if arvod witlhin tie , couI.y; or, if aserved olut o this county, but vwithlrn this district, wih in twenty dlays; otherwise within forty days. or judgment ly default will be taken agalastyu, aUcrrdinlg to te prayer of said 'omplaini, 'lhe sal adctioen lis brought , rciover the sem or t ll1, with ntersst at 10 tr cenot per an onuu t frol, January 1 1t11, dos the plaintliff for money louur.d dl.fessdnt at hi. reque.t I etween Jlanary 1,. eH'J, and l)ecelmhr I, 18140; also in tih auci of $1,5,O0 vnd Interest. at I petr cent per unneri from January I, 110, now due on a cor ltuin promiory note foI Ithat jmovutt, dated Jnn,, Ice. due on or Ia'ore January 1,1891, wilth interet ait he rate of 12 ier slit per annum froa Janlsary I. Irtfl c ad note hing toads and exnanledl hy def'.ndanL and delivered to i.aintit aid psyhble to him or li. ordlr; and for coal '.. And you ares hereby notlfied that if yo, fail to api.ear and answer Iu,, said con illiul as above rlulrod. tie saidl plaintiff will take judg newi for the suIl dalcuautNL(, ls thtlii complaint, to wit: Ilii sold ltotreot at Ii icr, ot. totr annum fromln unoory 1, Pill. asol tIt, furlther eum of f t0a andl interest, at 12 per cnt per annum from Scannary I, 1h1t0: anti rIrat ofi.nit. (liven serlnr my handi and toe oral of the die tri,:t c,,itrcof Ite,, 1,,lo ut ,icith t ,1 I rio t of the at.ate of Montana, in and tecilhe 'tellity of Lewis and t larks, thale cthIlresth tIny .,lllll tly I10 tille eair o, ou Lord, one titcoted nlight hundred t and1 ntnety~one, [Mrali JIlilN ItICAN, Clerk. Atnny C. SnITe. Plaintifi's Attarnsy. a. It P.1 ~-~r the Shortest and has Line From St. Paul to Chicogo1 Sioux City and Omaha, ie moo mo oo lies 1 ores I« nr a ee llyie I ea s t. als Thisa 'Umd As iean.*Yu sd U 1tale t. oye q ýaý"ot san month t4 theiasy mozuag Chnl aoaPtloa d ~a~t S~rt.4ýr wri~thl Jzru" haIAr uilý.n Pea.·let St.ul . Wto inago NORTHERN PACIFIC Between Missoula. Garrison, Helena, Butte City, Bozeman, Livingston, Billings. Miles City, and Glendive And all points EAST and WEST. There is nothing better than the service on The Dining Car Line. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars and Furnished Touriste bleepers Daily between points in MONTANA and ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. Pacific Coast Trains Passing through Minnesota North Dakota, Montans, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, carry complete equipments of PULLMAN PALACE BLEEPING CARS. FIRST & SECOND CLASS CQACHES, PULLMAN TOURiSTS AND FREE COLONIAL SLEEPERS & ELEGANT DINING CARS. THROUGH TICKETS are cold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific B. R. to points North, East, South and West in the United States and Canada. TIMHE SCHEDULE. In effect on and after Sunday, March 29, 189L TRAINS ARRIVE AT RMLENA. No. 1, Pacifi Mail, wet hound ........ 1:85 p, m No. 2 Atlantic mai. east bound........ 10:40 p. m No. 5, Lot'. and Helena Paussugr. onaecting at Logan with train No. . Pacifi Epr , west bund....... 1:0 a. m No. ,iissonla and ButteExpres.....12:'20 p, No. ,'larysvlle passenger ............ 11:10 a. No. 10 Marysville accommodation..... u:80 p. m No. ira, Riuini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdaya and Frldfys .................... 5:00 p. No. 9, Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn passenger...........................10:25 a. m TRAINS ODPART FROM RELENA. No. 1, Pacifie Mail weet bound........ 1:50 p. m No. 2, Atlantic M.ail, east bound........10:55 p. m No. 6 , elena and Logan passenger, connecting with train- o. 4 at Logan, Atlantic exprees. eat bound.......... 4:40 pm No. 5, MiSsouni and lButte Express..... 7:80 a. m No. , MIarvsville passenger............. 7:45 a. sm No. 9 Marysville accommodation....... 18:00 p. u No. 1lI, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed n esd y and ]Frida s r............ .. . 8:15 a. u No. 10, Wicke, Boulder and Elkhorn Passenlger ........................... :80 p. m For rates, maps, tine tables or special ianor mation, apply to any aent of the Northern Pa cidio R. B., or to CEAS. S. FEE A. D. EDGAR, Gen'l Pse. & T. Agt. General Agent, ST. PAUL, MINN Cor. Main & Grand ste.. Helrna. Mont. UMMIONS-STATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY of Leis C and Clarke, s.-In justice's court of Helena township. before C. W. Fleisicher, jus tice of the peace. Morris Conhaim ana David E. Couhaim. co partners as Conhaim Bros. vs. Frank Wengler. 'Iho state of Montana to the above-named de fendant, greeting: )on are hereby srummoned to be and sppear before me, '. W. Fleipeher, a jusatice of the peace in and for the township of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, at my office in Helena, on Tuesday, the 15th day of September, A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock a m.in of said day, then and there to make answer to the complaint tof Morris Conhaim and David E. Conhaim, co-partners as Conhaim. Bros.. the above-named plaintiff, In acivil action to recover the mom of one hundred end hiftl 115it) dollars, lawful money of the United statee, for merchandise sold and delivered to defendant at his request doring the months of March and June. 1891, all of which appears more folly in the com.. plaint on file herein, and in defaultn thereof jodg mont will be rendered .aainst you, Frank Weng ler, the above-named defendant, for the sum of one hundred and fifty (8150) dollars, and cost of snit in this behalf oxpnded. ( iven ender my hands this 14th day of August. L, D. 1891. C. W. FLEISCHB., Justice of the Peace of Said Township. ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY. Rt. Vlnoent's Academy, for Young Ladies, under the direction of the Sisters ot Charity, is ple¶santly nituated on a terrace of on of the Litte ookies, known as Catholic Hill. It cnn easily be reanched from the Northern Paoito and Montana Csntral Depots by ordinsry conveyancesoa, or the Eleotrio Car Line. The site of the Aoudsrny is one of the healthiest and most beautifal in the clty. Attending physloians, whose names give them irst rank in the profession. will hear ample testimony to the fact. The building is of brtol; the water, light and sewerage con nections leave nothing to be desitred in the way of Sanitary Arrangements. Gae pipes are laid through a.l the rooms; the entire unilding is heated by the hot water system. The otudiec puened in the Elementary Grhde oonsist of the usual English course, with she rudimentary course of Musin and Drawing. In the Advanaed Grades a ftall Academie coure is iven. As methods promote emunlation, there are monthly notae,quarterly ballestin to parentse, regular examinations, oral and written in each grade, witb distributions of prices at close of :oholastlo year, for those pupils who have been in realr and full attendance. Weekly instructions are iveon in polit.neus and nothing overlooked that miy lead to ladylike deporimen t. Saturday, hours are set apart, during which pupils ntre taught to put their waarrobe in repair. 'Ihe chief feature of each year of the closingt exercises is an exhibit of the work of both sesnlions. This exhibit consists of the kritten examinations, MnapDr.wing, Paintina in Oil and Water Colors, Cravon and Pactel, lnstunmental and Vocal Molo, Fancy Nork of all kinds, by hand and sawmir maahine. For further nraricninrs aedrnr' e THE SUPEIORESS ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY, Helena, aataaa, GAIL, BUMILLER & UNZICKE *MININC AND MILLINC MACHINERY, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Hoisting and Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buck ets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels, Corlies En ines, Compound and Condensing En. gines and Tramways. -:SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMPS Western Representative, Office and Works, MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave, and Willow St. No. 4 North Main St.. Helena. CHICAGO, ILL ,r 8 im , Carpetsl , lga sLaco ad 8Cholle Utiai Wall Paper OFFICE & AT COST! Furnitur To Close Out,F rn r Nos. 112 and 114, . R. SANFORDO roadwaj, Helen PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R a. DAVIES. - Attorney at Law. Boom 5, Ashby Block, Helena, Mont. DR. F. C. LAWYER. Physician and Burgeon. BSPFEIALIES-Eo,. Ear and Throat. Office: 1016% Broadwn T CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH, (D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavanaugh.) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 9 and 10. Bailey Blook. D. J. B. HARRIB. Office Holter Blook. Residence 81 8th ave. BliBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont. MALASENA BULLARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Office in Gold Block. Helena, Mont. SIZER & KEERL, Civil and Mininga Engineers. U. S. DeputyMineral Surveyors. Mineral pat nst seoured. aoome 12-18. Atlas Building, Hel. ens, Mont. R. M. ROCKMAN, Physioian, Burgeon, Accoucher, Oculist, Aurit. Member of San Francisco Medical Society, iso Nevada State Medical Society Office on slain street. over Steinmeta Jewelry tore. C. B1. BKICtl R, Second Floor HeraldBnildinI, BLANK BOOKS S;.To Order:.. OOKS NEATLY RULED and PRINt -R. HEALTH IS WEALT Dr. H. C. West's Nerve and Brain Troatmen a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzin Cunvulsons, Fits Nervoupe Neralgia, Heada_ Nervous Prestration caused .jthe ce of alc or tobaoco, Waeflno , ment Depresston Softening of the brain, resulntin inan.ty an leading to misery. decay and Balea, Peatp Old. Ag, Barrenness, Loes of Power in gther In~oluntray Losses a.d Spermntorrh'ra CA by over-exertion of the brabn, self-abuse or over indulgence. Each box contains a mohfth's tre ment. $1.00 a box, or six boxe, for $5.00, Bet by mail prepaid on receipt of price WE GUARANTEBE SIX BOTTLES To cure any case. With each order received b us for six boxes, accompanied by $.00, wev send the purchaser our written nguarantee to r fund the money if the treatment does not effect core. Gtluarantees isuedonli by H.M. Parch. & Co., druggists, sole agents, Helena, Mont. $500 REWARD. We will pay the above reward for any case o Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia. Sick Headache, In, .digestion, Wetist's or.Costivu we cannot cure with West's Veoetable Liver'Plla when t[ directions are strictiy compliel with 'ihey a purely Vegatableand never fail to give satiaf ion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containin 80 Pills. 215 cents. Beware of counterfeits an imitations. 'she genuine manuefoctured only by THz JoHN C. WEST COUPANT, Chicago, lU. Soldl by H. M. Parchen & Co.. druggists, ielena. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE FIRST Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of William Kelly, deceased. Order to show cause why sale of mining prop erty should not be made. On reading and filing the petition of William . Steeleand ichaell Kelly. executors of the last will end testament of William Kelly. doe ceased, and praying, among other things, for an order of sale of the mining property of said es. tate of William Kelly. It is ordered That all pereons interested is the estute of the aid William Kelly. deceased, be and appear before the District Court, in anl for the county of Lewis and Clarke, at the courn room f said court, in tii court house in said county, on MIonday, the tenth day of Aunust. 1851, at 10 o'clock a in., then and there to show cause why an order of sale should not be made of the mining property of said estate. acoording to law. It is further ordered, That a copy of this ordew be published for four snccessive weeks before tle said tenth day of Au t, 18)1 in the helena Independent, a newspapf printid and pub lished in the said Lewis and Clarke county. (Signed. J HORACE 1. BUCK, Judlge. Dated JoJl 6, 191.