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NOAiH MOCCASIN MINES.
A Section of Fergus County That Shows Up Well Under De velopment. Rich Strike Reported in the Inger soll Mine in the Niehart Country. Mrs. Morem's Promising North HIome Mine-Rteports From the Zusel Dis trlct-Blue Bird Suits. Forgus county is generally considered as being entirely an agricultural and stook raising section. But while it is rich in those things, it also contains a great deal of undeveloped mineral wealth. One of the richest gold mines in the state, the Spotted Horse, is within its boundaries, and there have beenu other rich discoveries. That the North Moccasin country is a very promising section, is proven by the following taken from the Montana Democrat, published at Lewistown, and devoted to the mines of that section: The famous J. T. is owned and operated by the North Moccasin Miniug company, and is a most valuable lode; the J. '1'. is now running a day shift of three men, has a shaft 100 feet in depth and is working on a body of ore seven feet wide, with the assurance of a never-failing quan tity ahead; it has a most complete shaft house and hoisting works with a fine sam ple of ore upon the dump; the ore is sand carbonate of a very high grade. The Southern Cross mine is owned by Buchanan, Bros., Fred Hortop and Chris tian Voelkner; it is a very promising piece of property, carrying a high grade of ore and has a tunnel forty feet in; they have all the imurovements necessary to successfully develop the mine; this is only one of Buch anan Bros.' many lodes. 'lhe Anderson is owned by Messrs. Armold and Riser; it is also a very valuable claim and is a carbonate of lead ore lode; it has a tunnel sixty feet in and has every conven ience essential to a well managed mine. The Black Hawk, owned by Draper & Dwinelle, is a dandy and carries a lead ore which is very rich; they are working both the Black Hawk and Lansing and have the mines fitted up in excellent shape; they have fifty tons of ore now on the dump, which they will ship to the Maiden smelter in the spring. The Saner Kraut mine, which is the lucky property of Miller & Voelkner, is a lead ore lode, and is equally as good as its name; it is well under control and has a large assortment of ore upon the dump. The Dandy is a new location made by a company comprising Messrs. Newton, Hel sing, Quinby and Smith. It is, as far as we can learn a very promising mine and carries lead ore; the owners are developing it as fast as giant powder and musole will permit. The Columbia mine, owned by Geo. Mo Clure, is a little bonanza by itself; it is a high grade carbonate ore lode and is thor oughly equipped; Mr. McClure isnow siak ing on the mine and has great faith in the future of his property. There are a number of other locations, al though we can not, as yet, say much about them. Among the best developed and most important prospects are the Boodle lode, owned by J. W. Akerly; the Squint-Eye, Cock-Eye, Goggle-Eye and Cross-Eye, owned by Geo. Mason. It seems that George has had an "eye" upon a few him self. Strike Ia the Ingersoll. News has been received that a three-foot vein of good ore has been struck in the In gersoll, located at Neihart. The Ingersoll adjoins the Moulton and is in the vicinity of the Queen of the Hills, Galt, and other well known properties. The tunnel which has tapped the vein is 500 feet in length and where the vein is cut a depth of 600 feet has been attained. The stock of the Ingersoll is owned principally by Great Falls narties, says the Tribune, George Budge, A. A. Diekerman and Dan Condon being among the large holders. The de velopment of the last few days, as shown by the strikes in the Moulton and Inger soll, mean a nennine boom for Neihart. The permanency and richness of the veins are proven and other owners will be prompted to go and do likewise-that is sink on their properties. That Neihart will be a prosperous camp this season is fully assured. JEFFERSON COUNTY. The Rich North Home-Strike In the Eureka. The North Home mine, in Johnny's gulch, about ten miles from tRadersburg, continues to create excitement as its de velopment progresses, says the Age. It is said that Mrs. Noresm has been offered $75, 000 for her half interest, but is holding off for $100,000. One remarkable feature of the discovery and development is that the croppingas of the vein diller but little in aeppearance from the rest of the quartz Ite tiege which surround it, and another curious feature is that a considerable quan t:ty of the ore first rejected as worthless yieldied $1,000 to the ton. In thle hueka mine, Eureka gulch, Park district, owned by J. B. lerkins, of lnoulder, and others, a good strike has re rentlv been in, di. A drift wits run on the ve:n from a depth of fifty-five feet in tile shatft. and in a diesttnc of fourteen feet t he vein widened from sixteen inches to thirty-five inches, the ore pparuently im proving in quality as well. The bullliinis at the new smelter in Bloulder ale about completed and most of the machitnery is on the g:ound. The fur sace is ill course of construction, and the active work of smelting will begin nt the coiturse of a very short time. Id. Mbahoney will begin sinking on the Id. ineltl. lillow jOW rin;e deatrict, in a few aitys, Itaitr nfow in IHehlena to make final Irranii;:l :entr f or thil work. lie will oink a hundred feit from the bottom of the oli shbft, which is now down 110 feet. Johlun II. tliver, of New Yiork, and J. ft. Ieilf et t, of t'llterl lia, uliniung exl ects, are il lIttitlte u.ikiltit a i car l-i exl ialmit aititllu if Ilitly iof the oaOt protltiing mines iii Wrli on thi IlouseIll mine, near Wickes. l.ai .Lot-l discoltiuiued. A llt aill.l n l.et li lttln l s lt iC ding it car of irt at Cailvitt for uhiplilut to East Hicl '1 ti I tie vrai .inin g toltapenv is arrang ilg to sI llt ,[lillt tio .o of o:e trltln liisin by the Northern l'auiio railroad. Tia o: e . II:.1T Z).lI:l. )DI;I'ltlCT. uiattd lIe plortly Fr,, Intis:h S ti oft MieIr.r,, l; ,, t ,ou ty. Johln hieiccki, oneu ifth the to!tuneto own ers in the Emtmat ltarlitg thun at Zosal, cllle down froet the tlourishiln camip fiat tlrday an;ld relmined ove: HSunlitly, .ays the Sliver State. lie :eports hidi Ioperty !ook intg much im'! roved, iuand expects iefor an other month to be shinoing the product. The ownre: with Mr. Ifacock are ilmael Le3o:numont and George liootheroid. lo:tn Mathiesan u eturned late Monday evoning from liar.g cieek, where he has a foirce of men at work on a quartz claim. Two tpatties intrested in the claim are, a. sistin!, in the woruk, all of whom are satls fied with the showing. The Emery or C,:lbonate company are asing their big hoist sinking a shaft at p:esent and it is thought that the property can be worked to a ninch better advantage by this method, though they ale extracting more ore than the teams can haul at pres cet. The contractors now sinking in the Car bonate Extension mine at Zosel, eneoun tered a vein of ore on Sunday last that puts another plume in the cap of that distriot. The ore is nearly identical with that of the Emery, which is the original claim. About 100 pounds of the ore was brought down Monday and is now on exhibition at the ofiloe of Staokpole . ihaubut. The Black Rook Mining company. oper. ating in Zosel, ale now sinking, and have some ore in sight. This is a Blutte com pany operating under lease, and the ma uhiusry was lately nlaced on the property. The Champion mill is running regularly on average ore. Four bars of bullion were shipped last Friday. THE Ill.UE BIRD. Its Property Still Further Attached to the Amount of Nearly Two Mllitone. P. A. Largey has made a sort of change of base. or attempteda flank movement in his suit against ihe ]clue Bird company, about which so much has been said in con nection with the closing down of the Blue Bird properties, says the Miner. The suit in question was brought last summer by Mr. Largey against the company to recover $1.890.000. the value of ore alleged to have been taken from the Little Darling mine. One of the moves of yesterday was the til ing of a bond and the issuance of an attach ment against the property of the company for the amount claimed to bo due, as shown in the allegations of the old suit. Still another move was made in the filing of a new suit by Largey against the Blue Bird company for the soun of $3'2,000; $130,000 for the value of certain ores taken by the defendant from the west portion of the Little Darling lode claim while the same was under a lease to plaintiff, and converting said ore to its own use, and $190,000, the value of certain ores mined by the comp:any from the Little Darling and by the company converted to its own use since the expiration of said lease. 'The at tachment simply adds a new feature to the case and puts Largey in a position to real ize something in the event of winning his suit, for appearances indicate that the company has no intention of reanuming work, and the value of the property at tached is far in excess of the other attach ments, which only aggregate about $85,000. Sheet music at The Bee Hive, vocal and instru mental, only Itc per copy. Fnll line of ladies' and children's hose, best valnue for the least money, Butoher A. Bradley's 1WU Broadway. THIS IS THE NIGHT FOR AJAX. The Varied Programnme To Be Given at Ming's Opera House. Ming's opera house will be packod from the stage to the roof to-night, if there is any drawing power in a novel entertain muent. The programme to be given is va ried, consisting of three friendly set-tos, songs and dances by well-known local col ored talent, and, to wind up with, a grand engagement between Buttking Jack, of Cal ifornia, and Ajax, the goat. The music will be furnished by the Sapphire Glee club and orchestra, a well-trained local musical organization. '.here is said to be some ill feeling between some of she contestants in the sparring bouts, and, while the parties will'keep within the law, there will be some lively sparring, Buttking Jack has a record of seven goats killed, but he says Ajax is one of the most vicious he has had to encounter and he doubts his ability to do more than knock him-out. Prominent citizens will referee all the contests. Bargains in ladies' and children's hosiery at The bee Hive. beo announcement on another pare. Just received, a carload McKee & Cham bers window glass, thle bheast made ill Amler Ica. H. i. Parchen & Co. Democrats, Attention. The democratic central committee of the city of Helena, consisting of O. B. Totten, John A. Quirk, P. J. Connor, David Han ley. T. E. Crutcher, Joseph Cuskelly, are requested to meet at the rooms of the Hendricks Democratic club, this even ing, March 4, at eight o'clock. A full attendance is requested. JAMES SULLIVAN, Chairman. DAVID MARKS. Secretary. The 20c hose for ladies and children at The Bee Hive are the host values in the market. Electricity Applied to Relieve Pain. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1 and up. Gold fillings, $3 and op. A full set of teeth, upper or lower, $10, Extraction of teeth with electricity, 50 cents. Das. SKIMMIN & EssIO, dentists, Sixth av enue and Main. Muslin underwear at one-half regular prices at rhe Bee hive special eals to-morrow. School Blonds. School district No. 19, Neihart, Meagher county, Montana, offer for sale $51,000 (five thousand dollars) school bonds. The bonds to run ten years. Assessed valuation of property in district at last assessment was $310,787. J. tM. CARO'raTEI, 1'. B. Unioao, W. H. HARaisoN, W. D. GRAnnAM, Clerk. Trustees. Fresh separe ribs at the Rialto Cash Market. 'Telephone 105. The Maudan Roller Mill Co. The Mandan Roller Mill comnany has never been called upon to take back or pay for one single sack of Crystal Flour. 'they guarantee the flour and their guarantee is good. T'ry a sack of "Crystal" of Wein stein & Co. ('ash pail for elarond hbnd household furniture b) U. 11. l'aylor, on hroadway. A New Deial With an old deck. Messrs. Stadler, Kauf man &. Arnold, long known as successful meon in the meat business, are at present operating the Rialto Cash Market. whore freah poultry, eggs, butter and fresh and cured tmeats can be purchased at bedrock prises for cash. N r-ery s.t, l 'Ih, li. e Ilive for2;c. No mui , ,- ei t , wi nuLt th mii. A rnal bargain. E:very S. a* (i uaItranteit ql. W'einetein & Co. enarantee every sack of '(rystal" flour; the manufacturers, the Malndan I:ollor Mill Co., stands behind thern on this uuarantoee and have (never ben,1 called upon to reduern one single sack. L.ecal bllank. at thie ofmle. A lttti on e . I( . of A. 'I here will lie a ircial lmeeting of branch No. fh; C. K. of A. it school hall on Sunl day, Marclh ;, it tlreoe p. mu. All uembieri are r'iecatfully ru'(quo-.td to lie rresent. XX' i.i ii S' viaea, It. I. (ryntal l AlIway I ild. Weinatein , I'o. mell more "Crystal" flour than of aIny other brand sold in Ilelenu. I boy buy in ear lots of the old reliable Mandan mill and the flour is always good. 'try oneo sack. To the Ilnili,. Notice is hereby nrivee that I have pur chased ill of Ah Noey's interest in the (hiunes gardens located on the liooike place, six nllll. froiil, l lena. i ST . Mloird,.l Murd,! M1urthi r! A dreadful tragedy is constantlv being enacted in the ulauglitoring of (,lid time high prices for reervtiilg iIll the frefsh Llld curese eat lice at tli. Rialto 'eal, Miirket. IPr'ees Itxduc d. The Wolf is huugry for more trade. Go to Wolf, the tal m , corner of Grand and Jackson, No. 102 Grand street. (iold illoek. Elegant office rooms for rent; also hall suitable for lecture, lodge or club room. Apply to Jag. B3ullivan, room 17. '11E MIIND RJEAI ER, Last Night's Clxhlbltton-Ubeotaptllmeat. ary Thiags About the Manager. Carl King gave another vIry Interesting exhibition of his mind reading powers last night at Mine's. To make up for the ab sence of the Tronbadore Mr. King. gave two extra feats. Among the committee on the stage were Rev. T. V. Moore, pastor of the First Presbyterian ohuroh, George H. Hill, assistant cashier of the First National bank, A. P. Curtin, Richard Lookey L. Marks and Samuel Kohlberg, The feats of finding various hidden articles and the pin hole exhibiti on were repeated as on the the evening before. Perhara the most difflcult feat was the finding of a word in a book. King was taken out to one of the dressing rooms by three of the committee. Mr. Kotllberg selected a book from a pile on a table at the rear of the stage and un dersuored a word on a page. The book was then placed on -the table. King came in blindfolded and placed his right hand between. Mr. Kohl bere's extended palms and with his left felt among the books. He got the wrong one at first but soon had the right one. He asked Mr. Kohlberg to think of the number on the page where he had marked the word. In a few seconds King announceud the num. ber and turned to it. Then he pulled the silk handkerchief from over his eyes and showed the word. No one but Mr. Kohl berg knew the number of the page or the word. King also gave a street test. Rev. Moore, George Hill and another of the committee went out and hid a pvice of a carpenter's rule under a board in front of Mr. Ourtin's store, on Jackson street. When they re turned they took hold of the copper wire and, with the mind reader blindfolded at the other end, the party traversed the route they had taken to hide the rule. King found it without difficulty. The Carl King combination has practic ally disbanded, says the Butte Miner. Bad business and the lack of funds to continue on the road is assigned as the cause. The Spanish Troubadours are still in the city, Don Ramirez being confined to his bed by illness, but Mr. King and his manager, I)arnall, have gone to Helena, where he will give his mind-reading exhibition with out the aid of the musical contingent. Some very uncomplimentary things are said of the manager by Rtamirez, who says that he was left here in a atrange city with out one cent with which to pay his hotel bill or that of his wife and men, and that, too, when he was stricken by illness and there was salary due them. Robert Emmet. Monday evening the people of Helena will have an opportunity to listen to a most in teresting lecture by the eminent journalist and actor, John F. Finnerty. His subject will be "Robert Emmet; His Life and Fame," and the press all over the count, y speaks in the highest terms of the manner in which he handles the subject. Mr. Fin nerty arrived in Butte Wednesday evening, and according to the Miner his reception took the shape of an ovation. He should be received by a packed house on Monday. Stranger. Do you know that you can buy choice fresh fish for 10o per pound at the Hialto Cash Market. Ladies" lisle thread. cashmere, silk and cloth gloves worth from 50c to r1 each, at 'lhe Bc live for 2H. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The street sprinkling carts are out for the season. A report is expected from the grand jury in a day or two. The Sunrise lode in Seven Mile district has been located by J. S. Herald. Fifth avenue, in the vicinity of Raleigh street, is being macadamized. The Loyal Temperance Legion meets this afternoon as usual in the Denver block. The county commissioners will meet in regular quarterly session next Monday. There is a move on foot to revive the Builders and Manufacturers' Exchange. The democratic state central compnittee meets at the Hendricks club rooms this evening. Burkhard Guir, a native of Germany, was admitted to citizenship yesterday in the district court. There was a meeting last evening of the Helena, White Sulphur Springs & Castle railroad committee. Blds for the auditorium building close next Tuesday at noon. There will be a number handed in. The Rapid Transit company will finish putting in the switches at bixth avenue and Main street to-day. There is a project on foot to establish a large Indian school on the new Fort Shaw military reservation. Michael II. Keefe has sold to Joseph Hirsberg lots i to 16, inclusive, in block 36, Broadwater addition, for $,10.000. Phil. Gibson, secretary of the North Montana Fair association, has resigned. The vacancy has not yet been filled. The Central W. C. 'T. U. will hold their regular business meeting at their room in the Denver block, to-day at 2:30 p. nn. The Chinese question will be discussed from a local standpoint at an open meeting this evening at Assembly hall, Union block. A venire for a panel of jurors for depart ment No. 1 of the district court has been placed in the hands of the sheriff for ser vice. The new manager of the Morning mine, in the Cruar d'Alenes, is D. B. Huntley, formerly in charge of the Iron mine at Butte. The first party of surveyors on the Wel ena, White Smlphur Springs & Castle rail road left Helena for the Belt mountain country yesterday. Representatives of the American Bisonit company, who are going to build a branch factory here this spring, are expected in Helena in a few days. Marriage licenses were fssuecd yesterday to the following: P. H. Hanson and Emma P'eterson, Samuel J. Wright and Annie Mc Cracken, all of Helena. Last evening at the home of Mr. C. F. Lots, Mr. Per Hanson and Miss Emma P'eterson were united in marriage by Rlev. C. B. Allen, Jr., in the presence of a few friends. Lette:s received from Helena men nowlat ('reeds are to the eflfect that Montanians had better remain at home. There is work for not to exceed 500 mien, and the entire excitement is simply a wild-cat boom. County Treasurer Barden has received a letter from J. 11. llobbs, ot Pendletonville, T'exas, asking for informationr of the where abouts of his brother. W. S. Hobbs, who is supposed to be somewhere in Montana. There is a chance for a liaptist minister Ito e to Lewistown and establish a church. A visitor from that section says there are forty peoula of that tlalnormuiiatiori l the town ard Inumediate vicllrl,t who re auix lois for a preacher to locate auimoig them. ,aletl.y wheols are grnat favorites among the young people. Young girls uniutted on the wheels air a commoni ight on both sHdes of town. Th'le steel ,tt .i li charmns for the eldrly also. An aged lady living on the erst sidel lh l,.arned ir itti a safety. Generally she takes lher ri.ue after dusk. Policeman John Itack stoppid ano(thrr of the wouild-bi eiiicrdialy's blazes at an rarly hour yesterdrY mornUit,. l1e saw somI straw viled Ilup alorigldo ii baln on I'ark ;avtnur*, nelr n etW.ir ocsn, sLrret, [ilt tlhoucht niotling of it at t., .rimre. Shortly iltturwards hie saw it Lurninig and put it Gcoree U. lFreeman rtnd Miles (: iavaLugh, twio bl igirt younug attoriioer f HIlhrl,t' haivo formed ia patteriiir.p 1 r. I.crtallll is well known on accounrr t of ins r(otrrtruotnui with the law firll orf M.f:(unnrll VA' Clher, tard Ilritely with I,anli roOltilnsllSti.ler ('arter. Mr. (aavan:trgh is ia sot o,f the w.ll-known Inming hni erintsudirit, b de (civiiiiatuph. The ladies' Aid elehts, nof ht. I'anl's church, will glyie iIt tar I,It )tlr1 ,, ot Il this evening at .dadlts' hall, in :r t, `o ,the II lrtcllic derot.. A goild Iprrerriiulil wtll be rendered, foir which tonil rites i.t: tn l t gtil, and a tiUe suppler, csOiittinlCl of h ldil, cut ter. colfee, pie and Oesese will hbe ervetd forI 25 cernts. A suoal-bubble coniltt dUIritg the evening will add to the fun of the occarsI n. 'I Ih,, Confedrratre 'iVcr M lini:r, lriard and Irrigation comilniy liled its articles of in-I corporation with the secretary of state yes terday to do business in Confederate galoh, THERE CAN BE NO MISTAKE. 4~-- S______ We think that this season's productions excell all predecessors in loveliness of style, ingenuity of ornament and' beauty of shades. Every day develops something new, some thing artistic, so that our most familiar sales men nod approvingly to our buyers. The public will also admire and buy our Crepons, our Cheverans, our Robe Suits, our Scotch Suitings, and the amazing variety of novelties, produced by manufacturing in genuity to gratify every degree of taste and fancy. OUR WINDOWS will show for a few days some desirable and beautiful Dress Goods, but they will only be like a sample lot from our bewildering supply. -SANBDS BROS. ---A Meagher county. The incorporators are: T. H. Kleinschmidt, James King., ]. D. Ed gerton, Massena Bullard, J. B. Sanford. The capital stock is $600,000. in $5 shares. Two years ago to-day a number of men were injured by a gas explosion during a fire in the Helena business college. Among the sufferers were Detective Walters, Fred Sass and Phil Best. To-night these gen tlemen and others who were hurt at the time, as well as some city officials, will have a little dinner in commemoration of their escape with their lives. Mrs. Mary Bends, mother of Mrs. Henry C. Yaeger. died yesterday morning at the residence of her daughter, after an illness of about ten days. Tne deceased was born in Austria seventy years ago, coming to America when about 30 years of age. She resided at first in New Orleans, afterward at St. Louis. and has been in Helena for three or four years. The funeral will take place from the residence of H. C. Yaeger, 814 North Rodney street, at two p. m., to day. Golden City lodge, No. 3455, 0. U. O. O. F., will be instituted in Helena next Mon day evening by J. W. Smith, of Butte, dis trict deputy grand master. There will be forry-two charter members, and beside there will be a delegation from Butte num bering twenty-five. The Grand United Order Odd Fellows is composed of colored men, and wse organized some twenty-five years ago at Baltimo e. Thursday evening there will be an installation, followed by a reception and ball. Order Your Suits. An elegant line of spring goods has just been received. The very latest patterns. Prices reasonable. J. B3. JOHNSON, For Sale At a bargain, Household furniture of all kinds, good as new. 522 Park avenue. C. R. STEVENSON. Societies Wishing to Give Dances can have the Turner hall at a very low price. Enquile by H. Tonn or Henry Baatz. Individual Patterns of foreign and domestic suitings have just been received by JOHNSON. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store. Bailey block. Scrambling for Bread. VIENNA, March S.-The distribution of free bread to the poor at the offices of the socialist paper, Volkes Presse, was at tended by great disorder to-day. Eight thousand loaves had been provided, but 12,000 men and women assembled. When it became known that the supplies were ex hausted meny who had received nothing assailed the others and fought with a mani acal fury for the food. The possessors fiercely defended their rights, and in the crush ten women were injured. A strong force of police finally checked the rioting. lRussian Plassugers for America. HAriunuio, March 3.-The Hamburg American Packet company, in conjunction with the Prussian authorities, have ar ranged that all Russian emigrants intend ing to proceed to the United States in Hamburg-Amorican steamers shall be in apected by experienced doctors before en tering 'russia. Those suspected of being infected with typhus fever or other die eases will not be allowed to enter the country. Ollered by thie Pope. MIN~rAioi.s., March 3.-At the time of Arehbieihol Ireland's summons to the vati can it was reported that he was to be raised to a cardinalate, but it has since transpired that le went to Iome at the pope's invita tion to accept the position of cardinal prefect. I'. 0. S. OF A. Warllingll tor ' isl No. S manta Friday cvon in~ tI .4). F. )fail: viwiting bruAli~ra cur dially i vitld. 'fhia nn Aoneriran urrnr; notu-pulit hal. non fori lbirllth. i,ialltivratlon for mliembeirshlip are: .alivi vit.icazlmlil,, belirf In a najrorno be ing. huippurl of oIur jnblt: ePrljo Iyatom, onppoui tiun to aln noonr rhubrla nutl da. and of an: inoelferrern of any ornijo lower. directly or indirktily, in till) alfairt of our givernomot. iL M. BUatail. It. G. ))Avian. Beoording llecretary, irrrldsnt. W"idclsor ETou-se. X11, 413, 416 AND 417, LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA European and American plan. Excellent board and good accommodations. Pleasant rooms and steam heat. Modern conveniences. .RATES: 61.25 TO $2 PER DAY. A. P GINCHEREAU, Pecariet. H. B PLLMEBR, HELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN Inlestrnert Securities. Money to Loar, On. improved Property and Ranches. Will. purchase County, School and Municipal bonds and warrants, commercial paper and mortgage notes. No. .b Edwards St., Merchants National lank Building. Correspondence Solicited. GRANDON CAFE.BLO CORNER SIXTH AVENUE AND WARREN. Is Generally Renovated and Under New Management - $6 PER WEEKi TERMS: STICKETS, 21 MEALS, $7. SINGLE MEALS, 50 CENTS. MRS. M. G. WARMKESSEL. Proprietress. CHICAGO IRON WORKS Gail, Bumiller & Unzicker .. ----BUILDELRS OFI---.. General Milling and Mining Machinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Hoisting and Pumping works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buckets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels, Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing Engines and Tramways. =SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMPS3. Western Representative, MENNO UNZICKER, No. 4 N. Main St., Helona. TO(CKHOLDERlM' ME.ET'IN(-A AMIKETING -1 of the atockholders of tho First National bank of Illoena, Mont., will b. hold at thi offiue of said ballk in Mondhay, Mlarch 7, A. Ia 1852 for th, purpose of electing directors for said bank for the euuing r KNIG . C.ier. ,. -_. MIILL . S, Nurseryman and Landscape Gardener Iotel Park .irsery, Uselona. Moat Office and Works, Hawthorne Ave. and Willow St., CHICAGO, ILL. E.ermalrra Ba;uer, Manufaoturer of Coats, Robes and Mats. Also Tanner of all kindn of Hides and Fprs. Repairing and Cleaning of Fur (oode. 318 North Main Streot. - Helena. Montana. D RESS CUTTING INSTITUTE. ladiee i you want tu learn how to ont all the latent stylegarmeonte, wilh or without eams, or refittiang. can land iveetigntn the only LADIlEd' Tl'AII) SYNTII8 not i chart. 'Terms mnoderate. hatisaction guaranteed. Rqoms 7 and 8, Diamond Block, Corner ixath street and Park av0eae.