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*esiap4jto tels r~lsu s he ha .'. appropriaon do Wo the woluee myMe triiu s au4 p. tu age, o ind bn t f0l wlt board of.Weorald' f tr asIn ol.thpu iuterelstin enxhibtr etran Mon llhi a trelief mapt of Bte t hand es mlnlns amp o n the world. It ia e tha Montana's e, a Npropriation o , anwil bedobled at the neat the po iselon to the World' fair. A. Alexandehor eand Lo d onlde rt res popular musical entertainmentw--Will inthe insurmpanthetre ocatons of datni ople orke fmore. Thispace, ill b 100n te . suthirn ldpar atof the fairk and, r t closebt of the projeted mprosivedal ame will be transformed into a live. misonorw Groner and Lindy .nd spr Law erencexhibit from Australia seem nted a committee to educatll on Pforestryid end aiely wool are to be reprsennted. Wool wars and wool brokers, to the number of met recently in Sidney, New South eon and took steps to mrete i the expnav to rtn wht, tensie collexpensctive exhf theof Is. New booth Wales has selected its mission to the World's fair. SA Alt rendeous and LoHams Gptonder, repoads SMathe insuranof the opintion that of the ptor, has asked fifty by 100 feat, ct for hn xstalbi of hakemost mproved s of Alexanderf miltonstrwhtion and the last s used in saving goods from burn. i bulldinge. The building, it is urged, e or thccupied by a salvageton, cors duralso ben fair. mmissioners Gronsr and Lindsay and entors Lawrence and Peck have nben . Mr. Parommittee to al on President o rison and the secretary of the navy to rtsin what, if any, expense of the Amerndezvou Artis associampton n Poadsanis. vein aew York harbor in April, 189,ation tllybe borne by the exposition manag . ames Dredge, of the oinion that the rnmny Wood to Chica to foot the ill. Sare Ordwa Partl in styldge, the areat The , hapositiked for is most fortunate arin for hi stat of tionhakell inpearfluentialch lino maksounding or Lioln park. Hi as of Alexander Hamilton, which he is he cofor the ciAmrian ty of Boton, will also b n. Mr. Prtridgese is vireco-prmmenident of American Artist' aof engineerin in Pris. ves as irancesthart of the asoteam btion is iy interested in the exposition. ThrJames Dredofe, who anell ompanied Sity who a cood to hiaoners to from London, has ofthe pblic878aton a memberies oof the jury po se are technical in style and areac period by numerous plans, drawings, PrThe exposition is most fortnate in Spithese two ending 1,00xceptionally0 feet influential liions sound alngeady comits praises abroad. hein placen of the Amin an wi oiety ere o hanioe hngineergh. This will e intd a om rto devise and recommend a serie of electricaltests displaysine of ering eedpline bril. thwill be ommittade, are Chaby mrles E. Emery sewa in ch larght of the steam boiler teany Spentennial exposition, and roe .oded Thght on, of Conell universityf who e ommissioners to the Vienna tylepoi- there of 1878, and a member of the jury of Paris exposition of 1889; abandonpier, etendin 1,0 Th00 feet into the is already completed. At Its extrem in place of the Cabeeno, will ade. ereted a :r 20 feet high. This will be of .iron, ndwith staff, and will resmble were thouss in ipparanos. Frbm' its sum electrical displays of eqceeding bril Sby Deillbemr-in-cad, hiand by mef Atoodns of theo "search lights" the grounds, or any struction ureau.of them, san be flooded light on fete nights. the000 soth$1,000nd of te peristwoule there be a restaurant and care, Of the same and Chicastylego Papers Music hall. Thi will be a to supply the main features of abandoned Casino. Theplnas decided for these est exwhibit of phavebeen adopted by the its mand bildind applommittee, were er onby Deig roof. Tner-in-chie Aty willood of the wood pulp to burea. The ethighly mated oost th e000,or 1,000 le ondu tedan wold be ary the timrry out the planositio. whi The abandoned. e Chicago Paper Trade club, whioh in Sthe prominent manfa run thrers and eatin paper in Indiana, Illinois, id sold hi and Wiseonrin, has decided to make best exhibit of paper manufacturinlg its machinery and appliances ever held or one roof. The display will snrow the el manufacture of paper in all grades wood pulp to the highly finished book, the exhibit will be conducted every day ng the time of the expositions. The hod product is to be run through a eeting press and printed and sold as a a exposition committee on electricity decided that the names of the followt electricians shall appear over the en oes of the electricity building: Frank Galvani, Ampere, Faraday, Sturgeon, , Morse, Siemens, Davy, Volta, Henry, ted, Coulomb, Ronald, Page, Weber, art. Davenport, Soemmering, Don a, Arago, Daniell, Jacobi, Wheatstone, as, Vail, Bain, De sla Rive, Jonle, Saus * Cooke, Varley, Steinheil, Guoricke, Place, Channing, Priestly. Maxwell, , Theles, Cavendish. It was concluded not to honor thus any electricians who ow living. * council of the society of arts, which • royal Britzsh World's fair commie after listening to the highly favorable rt of Commissioners Sir iHesry Wood James Dredue, relative to their inves. ion of exposition matters at Chicago, dad to appoint committees onfinan.e, arts, Indian, colonial, engineering, ufactures, electricity, agriculture, es and metallurgy, and textile stries and transportation, and a committee on women's work to co ate with the board of lady managers hicago. It is also voted to invite the tanoe of chambers of commerce and 1 committees throughout England. r. Takahira, Japanese consul-general ew York, who was specially commis ed by the mikado to look into exposi matters, has made a formal appliea to Director-General Davis for 124,100 re feet in the several buildings and on idway plaisance, as follows; For an ial Japanese building, 40,000 square in the manufactureis' building, 35,000: ultural building. 4,000; fine arts, 2,000; s and mining, 750; forestry, 810; ba a, 42,000. Mr. Taklhira was formerly tary of the Japanese legation at Wash. n and speaks English fluently, lie the Japanese are greatly interested in xposition and will soon make a very appropriation for participation. e London Tiimes has completed the ioatlon of a series of four articles, ag ating nine columns, about the ixposi from the pen of Joel Cook, of Phila bia, who is the chief representative of "l'hunderer" inthe United Stater. Mr. .vialted Chicago a short time ago and rmed himself thoroughly upon exposi matters. His first article, which is re with statistics, is devoted almost Ily to Chicaco as a city, and is a glow acount of its wonderful history and its evemente and attractions. The second sa of the plan and scope of the expost including data and desoriptions of the dinge. The third represents the pres iondition of the enterprise all to work nastruction, t,e., and contains also et length the favorable conclusions in by Sir Henry Wood, the British com lonsr, who recently visited Chioago in interest of his country's partici in in the fair. The, fourth and Iodind a ticle treats of the railway y to Chicago from New York and other tle ports. representlng that it is a do. fal trip and that it will interest the an visitors scarcely less than will ao and the exposition itself, Alto sr Mr. Cook's articles are excesedinly rable to the exposition and, a pea bey do in such an iafasnti i paper, nnqauetionaly do it an lam s rfo eno horu of 800 elu.ns s.of s have a rehaal `tle tt by ahty feet, capale o to 60 S. u b ads den. tobn aly msl talent e em coanor ol thime art raser tohtwou have s be puto onh will vi ohe park It will mena thaet here sha l thr the and will stat Oen eor large enougwho may wish to be heard seandt 2,00 people wit in orches thtra of their art or p d a rorus of 00. pondint upon a healthy condition of all the fiftal oraby enshtIf eet, apble of atinge you hae a bilous muslook hallour stom designed to b ord by mousical talent a spep onn lookseur of theart rather than by ethe ouma have aof pinhedle who will visit Jacheon park, It is intended ook.that here eha gatood her althe fine singers ndwill inhave ntood loots. Electho ma bih to e heard andt alteratived b the beonit repr direentatives of their art or profe resbloon. be Guod Leeki. The following look are moe than skin deff, de. pending upon a healthy condition of alt the vital ortheran f the liver he inaotive, yoa arom Helena took; it. Paul, omnch be apol ordereh ad you have a dsspept look, and iftur your kidneys be affeOted you have a pinched look. euore ood health and youreturn, ill have good looks. Electric bitters is the ret alterae tive and tonic three directly on thesed cvital orbe ande oCurer pimple, bloany dirtches boils and gives a good compllxion. Sold al It. . Hale a Go.'s drug store; Woc. per bot tle. Bzsursina notes Best. The following low rates are in effect via the Northern Pacific rislroad: rom. P. Helena to A., St. Paul, Minneapolis, er, druluth ad West Sudeperior and retrn, $6the bla0. Helena to St.rina Louisry orand return, $7.thu Helena to Chicago and return, $80. To lse tieket are limited to three months and can be made o rt ersn via anst dret route. t them seat omber that the Northrn Pacbyific uin the onlyreat line annll knownlid vetimediled trahe in Delrougica to hiwomen withot ohangemp of catire A.o leep,. diGAine, painful or up Uen'l Agent, Hewilen. Mn Oreont. CH a faithful friend . . Fbe relied uon e. P. a T. A., St. Paul, Thoinn. Sof women are Suffering every day From backsome disorder of he inlmmtion eyf thr blrd der, driek dust deposit or stoee ia the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? lf thusafflicted do not lces time and waste money on worth less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the eat of the dipermane at onured by using the greatontof all known rTea.dies, the el ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Satisfactien every time. Thonsands of Suffering Women. 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The Celebrated French Gure, Warranted "APHRODITINE t.or moned Is SoreD ON 0 , POSITIVE te GUARANTEE to curo asy form of nervous disease, or any disorder of the _F . gcneratlve or- A TER geane of cithes sex whether arlsing from the excessive use of Stimulauts, Tobaucco or Oplum, orf through youthful udlucrettioll, over Indulg. euco, &a., such as Loss of Dralu Power, Wakeful. noes, Bearing down Paius in the Back, Sam itnl Weakness, lHysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn atl Emission:, LeJcorhtcpa, Dlsainess, Weak Mem. ory, Losuf Power and Impotency, which If no. glecterd often lead to prematureoldegeand Inman. Ity. Price 4l,00 a iox, o boxes for $5.00 Sent by mail on receipt of price. A WRITTyN OUAItANTEtI for every 5.00 order, to refund the money it a Pernuassen. ure Il not effi.ted. Thousanud of testimonials from old and youung, of Jioth kZex, permanently cured by ArPanDvTINs. Circular free. Address THE APHRO MEDIOINE 00. WNISTrN 554A050, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, -d, by .. . Pzebt, A Oo., d alet Isleaa.Moa.& ., OWal, PrId4a.1. A. I. tdOIGMAt, - Vie"PreAidi oao. , Ipots, *e Gublas l Ip TP.. Power, A. J. siaete.i, A. . Johnb a, IlefiHd ok, ames SalUvaa. tert allowe on time depoaits. Ebohsang luned on principal citie of the United States, C asds ad Efreps, Tr.easte of moSer made by telegraph. CeUlleaeo promptly attended to. City, cow.ty and state ncur.rt bosught and so:4, First National Bank..... OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL - $500,000 SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000 pesignated Depository of the Uni. ted States. Interest Allowed on Time Deposite. General Baskingr Brslaes Trrneaoted, Safety Deposit Boxe for Bent, Directore. S. T. HAUSER, - - President E. W. KNIGHT, - Cashier T. H. KLEkNBOHMIDT, - Aset. Cashier GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Aest. Cashier Granville Stuar, - Stockgrower Hon. T. CO. Power. - U. S. lenator J. C. Crti., Clarke, Conrad & Curtin B.8. Hamilton. - - Capitalist 0. B. Allen, . ilning ana Stookgr.wer Chas. K. Wells, - - Merchant A. H. Holter. - A. I. Holter Hardware Co Assoalated Banks, Northwestern National Bank, Great all. first National Bank, - - ]ieouna 'irst Nat;onat Bank. - - - Butte JM erchants National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, - $350,000 Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000 L. H. HERSHFIELD, - - President A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President AARON HERSHFIELD, . Cashier Board of Directors. TIhomas Cre, M. Sands. S. B. Hontley, A. K. Pesecott, A. 3. DavidoQn, Mosee Mforris. L H. HerehfielJ. Aaron Herbshed, J. Switeer. First-claa City, Connty and State Securities bought and sold. Exchange oiesued on the principal cities of the United btates and Europe. Transfers of money made by telegraph. interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. Boxes lor rent at raonable prices in one Of ihe best constructed fire and burglar proof tare typo it vaults in tihe country.. The Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000 THOMAS CRUSE, - President FRANK K. CRUJH, - - Vice-Presldent WM. J, COOK, Asst. Treas. and Seyo WM. J. SWEENEY. - - Treasurer Troutees. Thomas Cruse. Frank H. Crus, Win. J. Cook. Wn. J. Swqsrey, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposit., compounded January and July. Transacts a general banking businees. Draws exchange on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Office hours from 10 a. m. to 4p.m. Also on Saturday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. Second National Bank .... OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000 SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted., E. D. EDGERTON, - President O. K. CODE, - - Vice President GEORGE B. CHILD, Cashier JOSEPH N. KENCE, - Asit. Cauhkr Board of Directors. J. H. Sanford. C. G. Eva H. W. Child, S. J. Jones, G0. C. Swallow, Chris Kneoh, h. D. Edgerton, c. K. Cola. George B. Child. ontana National Bank • OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid In $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - . $200,000 Directors. C. A. BROADWATER, . President L. t. IPHELPS, - . Vice President R. L. McCULLOH, - - Cashier A. L. SMITH, - Asst. Cashier A. G. Clarks, Herman Gans, H. I. Galon, Peter Lasyon, C. W. Cannon. R. C. Wallace, David A. Cory. IN '11 H1 II1TRICT COURT OF 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 lary A. Reed, deoeased.-Notice to creditors, r otice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad minsetrator of the estate of Mary A. Dteed, de ceased, to the creditors af and all pe.rsons hav ing clsims aeinalst the said deceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers within ten mouths after the firsrt pabicatien othis notice, to the said administrator, at his law office, room 8, (;eld block, in the city of Helena, county of Locwis and ('larke, state of Montana, the pla se for transacting the business of said estatain said county. counMASENA BULLARD Administrator of the estate of Mary A. Ioed, dleceaed. Dated tltubor 28, 189L SOCKHIIOLDERBS MEETING. The regular moeting of the stockholders of the Helena Artesian Well company for the olection of nihe trustees andth transaction of such othrr busi ness a rmay properly come before the' meeting, will be held at my office, rear of Montana Na tonal bunk, in u elene, state of Montana, on Saturday, the l1st day of November, A. 1). 1881, at 11 o'clock a. m. WILLIAM J. Fcuse, Secr stary. Wall Paper OFFICE& 8OHOOL ·T COSTI Furnitre fT Close Out. Np., 112 and 114,. N. , SANFOI" .BroAwwa,, Helena P PE& O'CONNOR DRUGGcISTS TO ~1O'W WTEIAT ELEGANT GOODS -WE CgE OA.RRr- TAKE A LOOK _ A.T OTR Handseme Shew Windows. CALL AND SEE OUR NEW GOODS. - POPE & O'CONNOR NORHERAN PACIFIC Between Missoula. Garrison, Helena, Butte City, Bozeman, Livingston, Billings. Miles City, End 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 Tourists bleepers Daily between points in MONTANA and ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. Pacific Coast Trains Passing through Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. carry complete equipments of PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS, FIRST & SECOND CLASS COACHES PULLMAN TOURISTS AND FREE COLONIAL SLEEPERS & ELEGANT DINING CARS. THROUGH TICKETS are rold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific R. R. to points North, East, South and West in the United States and Canada. TIMR 8C .EDULE. In effect onand after Sunday. Novemuer 1, 1891. TRAINS ARRITV AT HuLENA. No. I. Pacific Mal. west bound ........ 2:01 p m No.4, Atlantio mall. east bound........ 7:20 p. m No. 0, Missoula and Butte Express.....12:20 p, m No. 8, Marysville pasurengor .............11:20 . m No. 10l, Mryuville accommodation..... 6:80 p. m No. 102. llimini mixed, Mondays, Wed esdays and Friday .................... 5:00 p. m Nao. 7, Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn passenger....................11:55 a. n TRAINS DEPART FROM IELENA. No. 1, Pacilie Mail west bound........ 2:20 p. m No.4, Atlantio Mail. east bound........ 7:95 p. m No. 5. Mibsoula and Butte and Wallace Ex Passen .......... ........... 7:80 . m o. r, Murysvll n passenger ............. 7:4 a. m A. . , EGlle accommodl Pation....... 0 p. m no. 10l, Aiming ntxed, MondaysL Wed nerday and Graids t . .. ............ :15 . No., Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn Passengrr ............... ............. 2:15 p. m Foor rates, maps, tilm tables or slcial infor mation, apply to any agent of the Northern ta ci It. it~, or to CHAS, S, F1E, A. D. EDGAR, Den'l Prea & T. A P ., General Aeant, ST. PAUL, MINN Cot, Main & Grand ate. Helenla. ont. Room No, 1 Power Bloek. !'ostofloe Box 811. ELIRE.A, MONTANA. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Clarke, Conrad & Curtin, THE LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. We offer a very complete line Srof all kinds of ; Heatin and Cooking Stoes cORN For either Wood or Coal. and I U. at prices that will astonish ,ANCES everybody. Lof` COME AND SEE US. :Over sone LL-N -- AGENCY FOR GAdan Sunslh'n Steel langes, i Atora Lne of Heaters ai Cook,, S. Supe;ior Stoves and IRagea 42 AND 44 S. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 90. + THE COOK AMALGAMATOR. "+! The Cook Amalgamator may take the place of the ordinary Mill Tables and operate close up to the Batterias, or it works wits splendid reaults on the tailings from othbe amalgamating devices. It in GJ-IEJP, DESIRABLE AND EFFIGIENT, and will save ninety per cont. of all the metals which will anfilgamate, no matter how. one, and the floured quiek in the tailings from other amalamating apparatus. There are very many places mn Montana where the Cook Amapgemator will pay for itself evese month. I WILL GiUARANTEE SATISFACTION WHERE I ADVISE THE PURCIAS]. ,WubWOW,,. Q. C. SWALbOW, J-elena. '°"*w ::. Having deotined the plane of State Mine Inspector, I am s repoW ared to eoatj, and report on mines, and aid In buying and sellinl the same . I Ive Yad !_tet, years' erperienle in mining. G, O. SAWALW. See Amalgamator at my office from 9 to 12 A. M.