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President Oakes, of the Northern Pacific, on the Great North. ern Extension. The Situation in Regard to Settlers Within the Manitoba Grant. Attorney Clough, of the Great Northern, Says That Read Is Now Out of Politics. President Thomas F. Oakes, of the Northern Pacific, reached Now York last Saturday, alter a prolonged inspeation of the lines of the system. He was inter viewen in regard to the disquieting rumors about the Northern Pacific which were fleating about Wall street. where the pro ferred stock of the company had been declining. Among other things he said: "It is not possible for the Great Northern company to build its Pacific coast exten sion before Nov. 1, but it may be com pleted in twelve months from April 1. The country through which the line is projected is hitherto inaccessible territory, with no population and no business. In other words, the Great Northern will have to pursue the course originally pursued by the Northern Pacific and build up its own ter ritory. The only now competition between the two lines will be at Spokane Falls and Seattle. We are satisfied that the increase of business at both places will more than compensate the Northern Pacific for business that the Great Northern will se cure. This has been the experience of the Northern Pacific at Helena and elsewhere, where the two lines have met in competi tion. It is evident that the extension of its lines to the Pacific coast was a necessity for the Great Northern. Its undertaking is the best possible inducement of the wis dom of the construction of the Northern Pacific. I believe that the construction of the Great Northern road to the Pacific coast will prove a success, but it seems to me a poor argument on the part of the pro moters of that scheme to seek to push the work by attempts to injure the value of No thorn Pacific securities. The Northern Pacific has cash on hand always to meet its curlent obligations. Any statement that it has not is simply twaddle." THE GREAT NORTHERN GRANT. Lieu Lands in MIontana or Washington for the Red River Valley Grant. President Hill. of the Great Northern, has left Washington without concluding any arrangements with the government re garding the liRed River valley controversy. The matter was loft with W. P. Clough, the chief counsel of the Great Northern, who remains over in Washington for the present. The situation now is this: The Nor th Dakota settlers who hold govern mlent titles to land within the grant of the Great Northern railway are to remain in undisputed possession. The Great North ern contends that it is the actual owner of the lands, but will accept indemnity from the government in due form of other lands of approximate value. The government admits the claim of the company to an amount of land equal in extent to that taken by the settlers within the St. Vincent grant, but denies the road's claim to any particular lands on the ground of settlement prior to the definite location of tihe road. The government would protest the settlers against any effort that the company might make to eject them. The sentiment now on both sides is that the secretary of the interior had vower to ad just the company's loss without an ant of cong ess. Mr. Clough stated that the com pany would Le a heavy loser in accepting other land. There are no vacant agricul tural lands of equal value in the United States. The indemnity lands will probably be given in Montana or Washington. IT IS NOW OUT OF POLITICS. Attorney Clough Says His Road Will not Be an Active Factor. W. P. Clough, the legal representative of the Great Northern railway, who is now at Washington looking after the interests of that company, stated to an interviewer on Saturday, that his company had decided on a new departure. It had determined to abandon the arena of politics. The Great Northern is practically a transcontinental line and its interests in the northwest are extensive and rapidly growing. Neverthe less, Presid.it Hlill and his associates be lieve that the company can afford to leave politics alone. It has been the eastom for the great railway systems of the country, both east and west, to control so far as possible, all legislative acts pertaining to taxation and t:anspoltation and all execu tlvo appoirntments that could in any man nrr affect their interests. It has long been a question whether the expense of all this did not surpass the benefits. From a moral standpoint it is a bad thing, rail roads' inteiference in politics having been the source of a great deal of corruption. Mr. Clough stated that in the future the Great Northern would not attempt to con trol elections or appointments. Its inter est in lawmaking would be no more than that of any otht r heavy property owner. It would express through its representatives whenever the occriou rose, its approval of just measures ind its disapproval of unjust ones, but beyond thin it would riot partiet pate in political mautters. I'ailroad lobby ing, electioneering 'mnd supporting candi dates for conire~s a nd the bench art things of the past, so far us the Great Northern company is concerned. TO BUILD) N A.W IJAILROADS. Nearly .:0,000 Miles iProjei:tied andi to Be olnt ruclit 1 IhO Sr ear i FutIure. Although the railway mileage of the Sn;ted States alreadyv agregates over 171, 000 amihs, acnd the opinion is frequently ox TlonO-d that '.Lil a:y building has bLen ovterdoone, .s,.ool.lly in certain parts of the coanitry, the wnok of addition still goes on, and a aurpricing ua.'.oant of now inileage is already under cuinltuction or survey or Iroject'.d for Mheedy coimmenceme nt. 'The Railway Age hca been for some time en gaged in obt;iininK data enumorating the railway Ienterpriaes in each etitet which at present a,par to show somern vitality. In this extendo. lint aru named 471) dilferent lines which propose the conetriction ini forty-four of the states and ternito!tes of 1no laes than i8.'2:.) miles. 'lhe number for the northwestern states is as follows: No. MIlos - a .]i ia. )e1 r ajoc!dd borth Jrakotn ................ . houlh Iakota ................ Vy mlinlg ... .... .. I t~l t:,', . ..... .......... ...... S ;:.1 Withb ............... ;,t' A rit al . ... ....... . ......... S .-u A r,'a a ................. \\ iihington ............... . - 17 I :1 It wil be seen that Montana oomes sec ond in the number of miles, L29. biing led only by houth Dakota, credited with '1,i. It should be borne in mind that the eater prisea named in the list from whioh this eumamary is made are only those which are already under survey or constrctioun, or which otheirwise appear to be bomna ds un dfrthkisgs of which definite information has beae furnished and upon which there is a probability of work ere long being commnenced. In addition to these there are it large nouboer of railway companies recantly incorporated about which little bat the more name and proposed termini are as yet known an which may or may not soon materialise. Nor does the list in elude the very many lines incorporated or even placed under survey or construction in previese years which have shown no signs of life within the last six months or so. The Helena .. Castle Survey. John Brady, who has just returned from Meagher county, where two parties of sur veyore are at work on the Helena, White Sulphur Springs A Castle railroad, says the work is roing ahead rapidly, and that from all he could gather a very feasible route would be found. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. Don't forget the Board of Trade meeting to-night at 7:30. The total registration in Helena Monday was 2.272. In Butte it reached ,525. , The steam roller to hbe used in paving Main street was tested yesterday on the east side. City Ticket Agent G. A. Miner, of the Northern Pacific, is the happy father of a girl baby, born yesterday. T. B. Merritt, W. B. Merritt and W. A. Barnes have located the Nellie lode, half mile from Prickly Pear creek. The annual report of the Josephine Min ing company shows capital stock $1.000,000, paid in $10,000, existing debts $55,000. Abe L. Harris has sold to George MoLel Inan Pappard a third interest in the Com stock lode, two and a half miles north of Broadwater hotel. The wind last night completed the work of the man who threw a brick through the window of Uncle Sam's loan office, by smashing the whole glass. Two hackmen got into a quarrel at the Northern Paciflo depot last night and one of them pounded the other's head to an un usual size. The assailant gave bail for a hearing to-day. Michael D. Berry, of Missoula county, has sold to Rlobert S. Hale, of this city, forty sores placer ground in the Greenhorn distriot, one mile and a half east of Butler station, for $50. The third annual reunion of Battery "A" social club will be held this evening at A. 0. U1. W. hall. .All members of the battery who attended camp while at Bozeman and the governor and his staff are invited to be present. There will be a meeting of the members of the new and old democratic city cen tral committees this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at the Hendricks club rooms. A full attendance is necessary, as business of importance is to be transacted. M. J. Connell, Frank E. Shaw. Samuel R. Clerke, T. M. Ford, D. J. Donohue, F. P. Bacon and Maurice Connell, of Butte, have incorporated the M. J. Connell com pany, to do a general mercantile business. The capital stook is $240,000, in 2,400 shares or $100 each. A sociable and entertainment will be given by the New Era Juvenile Temple, I. 0. G. T., at the G. A. R. hall, Park avenue, on Thursday evening March 31. The en tertainment will consist of music and reci tations, after which refreshments will be ervoc. 2,no aumission 1ee will oe cnargeu :nd a cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. The Polaris Mining company, a corpora tion organized under the laws of West Vir ginia, has filed articles with the seoretary of stats to do business in Montana. The incorporators are John E. Knapp, of Or ange, N. J.; Edward M. Brown, New York City; John B. Dumont. Plainfield, N. J.; Frank Mills Yard, London. and Charles B. Curier, New York City. The capital stock is $150,0C0, of which $50,000 is paid in. O. T. H. Allen, of Dillon, is agent in this state. The Epworth league of the Methodist Episcopal church will give a nail and but ton social at the residence of Mr. Pates naude, corner of Ewing street and Broad way, '1hursday evening, March 31. at which the young people propoess to test the ability of the ladies to drive nails and the gentle men to sew on buttons. Very elaborate prizes will be awarded for the best, and also the poorest work. Refreshments will be served by the league, and a good time is warranted to all who attend. Decorated chamber sets at The Bee Hive this week for $3. Good quality and kiln burnt dec orations. Bids Wanted. Pursuant to instructions of the city council of Helena, Montana, the under signed committee hereby give notice that bids will be received at the office of the building inspector, room 3G, Pittsburg block, until noon of Thursday, March 31, 1892. for the seating of the auditorium in the new public library building. beating capacity 2,000. Opera chairs wanted with ,moveable seats on backs, hat holder under seat and with other approved feat. ures. Seats must be put in place. Each bidder to exhibit sample of chair pro posed. Payment to be made in city war rants at par. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. HAnarry, Chairman committee on public buildings. Baby Carriages. The Bee Hive has just received a carload of baby carriages, being the largest ship ment of the kind ever made to Montana. Their line comprises an assortment that cannot be equalled anywhere in the state. They have carriages of all descriptions, forn a full sized reed body with iron wheels at $6.50 to the finest wound reed bodies, nuholatered in silk sluhk. wit.b hi -,it tnC. dpnomatereo in sun plusa, with bisquit tufts and made as finue as skilled workmen oan make at ~$35. The prices on all buggies are 25 to J3)!. per cent cheaper than regular prices, ano those in need of carriages should give them a call. "Artistic, HealthruI I)ress and Physical Culture" By Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, on Tuesday, April 12. ]Elcyant gowns shown, made by Liberty, of London. One dress shown is embroidered by the women of Constanti nople. A Chicago artist has requested per mission ,f Mrs. Miller to copy this gown in his painting for the World's fair. A rainy day dress, business woman's dress, school girl's dross and a mother's gown will be shown. Admission 0d cents. The Eiffel Tower of Toilet Articles. Three hundred and sixteen thousand five hundred and seventy-four bottles of Blush of Roses sold in 1890. You know I could not have sold so much if Blush of Roses was not as represented, a sure cure for pimi.les, freckles and blackhead.. In 1892 I predict it will be sold by every druggist, and used by every lady and gentleman in the United states. Miss Julia 8. Lawrence, room 4, Denver block, Blroadway, Helena, Mont., will supply you at 75 cents pe.' bottle. ISids for HIook Accounts. Until 12 o'clock noon, April 1, 1892, 1 will receive bids in my offite, room 211. PIower building, lollena, Mont., for the purchase and assignment of the book accounts owing and due to John It. Drew, amounting to about $7009. . C. NEr:wMN, Assignee. Helena, Mont., March 25, 180'2. The Great Norllhern Leaves Helena daily at 11:10 a. mn. and is tbo short fast line to the east. They run palace. dining and sleeping cars and free colonist sleepers. Cheap one-way, also round trip tickets on sale at city ticket office, No. G North Main street. B. It. ,LANO.LY, General I icket Agent. (lock BIer. Just arrived, a oar of Milwaukee Book beer at the (lJ.oe saloon, in Cannon block, North Main street. This is the only Book beer in the eity and will he served from to-day on, at live eants a glass. Inldividual Patterns of foreign and domestil suitings have just been reueived by orONsoON. ladica'. eloeue' and children's fast black seamieen hone at 20 cents at The Iloe ilivy. rPRSONAL. A. J. Davis, of Butte, is regllstered at T h Helena. H. Higgins and wife, of Granite, are it the city. T. C. Clement, of San Franeiseo, is a visitor in Helena. Joseph Hogan, mine inspector ,of Mon. tans, is in the city. J. J. Layton, state inspector of boilers, is on a visit to Helena. M. B. Kinga of Great Falls, is registered at the Grand Central. W. R. Logan and wife, of Alhambra, are at the New Merchants. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Brown, of Anasonda, are visiting the capital. Mrs. C. E. Stevens, of Boulder valley, is a guest at the New Merchants. W. O. Wheeler, of the Patti-Rosa comr pany, is registered at The Helena. G. W. Wakefield and C. W. Hoffman, of Bozeman, are stopping at The Helena. Miss Winnich, of Columbia Falls, is vis iting relatives and friends in Helena. Chas. T. lRader. of White Sulphur Springs, is stopping at the Grand Central. Mrs. W. A. Walker. mother of L. A. and H. L. Walker, has gone to Chicago on a five months' visit. \V. T. Kuehn, the general agent of the Jackson music house, is in town, after a ecoaessful trip through the eastern part of the state. Among the departures over the Northern Parcific yesterday were: John Meyer, for teattle; M. M. Ketohum, for Portland; W. A. Vanasse and Miss Jurgens, for St. Paul. Charles Stream. for Leadville; William Ormsby and James Millard, for Creede, Col.; and J. A. McLaughlin, for Chicago, were among the departures over the Union Pacific yesterday. The departures via the Great Northern yesterday were: E. G. Kohn, for St. Joe, Mo.; J. L. Banhn, for Milwaukee; A. L. Aldrich, for Graceville, Minn.; Mrs. M. A. Walker, for Chicago; i. B. Yates, for Sioux City, Iowa; W. A. Chessman, for New York. John W. Dudley, chief operator of the Western Union, who has resided in Helena a number of years, leaves with his family for Bismarek to-day. His many friends regret his departure, but are glad to know that he goes to accept a more responsible position with the same company. Arrivals at the Grand Central. C. Bergetrand, Philips- D. G. Silliman, city. burg. John (V. Budd. Chi W.H. Perkins, Alta. caso. Mrs. W. H. Perkins, M. J. Smith, Alta. Alti. Mrs M. J. Smith,Alt... C. A. Matthews, Marys- Jchn Murray. Fedford. Vills. Joan R Whitmire, M. d. King. Gr't Falls. Blosshurg. Wm. Thompson, butte. Chas. T. huder. White (C. S. Coe, Minneapolis. Sulphur Springs. J. Hamilton, Urdat Bert Nord, St. Louis. Falls. lce. Travis, St. Clai. L. G. McFarland, city. .:te Vestal. Rimini. Herbert Zimmerman, Miss Spears, Minne. lRimini. apolis. H. T. iWoliston. Elk- T. h. Waddick, Min horn. neapolis. W. T. Knelin, city. Chas Mares, Rimini. H. WV. Sumar, city. A. i. iickes, Philadel F. G. Brown,Anaconda. phia. Mrs. F. i. Brown, J. F. Carlian, Great Anaconda. Falls. J. B. Finley, Dillon. Arrivals at The Walena. Ed. Higgins and wife, A. J. Dans, San Fran Granite. cisco. H. L. Rothschild, San R. Lockey, city. Francisco. J. WV. Slbbett, Cin Chas. Lee, New York. cinnati. e. R. Uoodkind, city. E. It. Parsons, San Gee. B. Miller, Minne- Fraucisco. spois. M. Spiegel i New York. Carl Haas. St. Paul. C. W. Hoffman, Boze G. W. Wakefield, Boze- man. man. Fred Mueneh, Chicago. Jas. W. Allen.St.Louis. J. W. VeelandRoches trank Thayer, Business L. Kunze, Butte. M'gr Maude Granger. Phil Leay, Butts. P. P. Shely. St,. Paul. F E. Corbett, Butte. C. W. Barnwell, St. Hugh McGuire, New Paul. York. . it. lBeeker, Billings. L. J. Huking, San C. A. Layingan Fran- Francisco. acico. Albert Lee, St. PauL Col. Bradshaw, Butte. L. H. Cohn, New York. ike Bach. New Yore. W. 0. Wheeler, Patti C. C'. McDonald, Great Rosa Co. Falls. The New Merchants, Operated by the Merchants Hotel com pany, now begs to announce that its rooms are open for the reception of guests. Riooms will be offered to transient guests at $1.25 per day (parlor floor), $1 per day (third floor), 75 cents per day (fourth floor). Extra for more than one occupant. Rooms to permanent guests at less rates. All modern improvements; steam heat, electric light. return electic call bell system, and sunshine in every guest chamber. Brussels and velvet carpets usneed exclusively throughout the house. Office, elegant bar and billiard room, cigar stand and palatial barber shop on first floor. DININO ROOM REOPENED. The dining room in this hotel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Misses Nagle, who are prepared to fur nis board at $8 for tickets good for twenty one meals, $7 for twenty-one continuous meals, 50 cents for single meals. Use Caution. Before buying your spring suit call at room 10, Thompson block, opposite the Grand Central hotel and inspect the sam ples James W. Barker has on display. The very latest novelties in the high grades of foreign countries; the largest assortment, most elegant effects and qualities at the lowest prices ever offered in this city. Never before has it been his good fortune to possess the opportunity to please the public in excellence of cut or workmanship. Remember clothing isquoted at the popular eastern prices, The garments already re ceived are exciting the admiration of all those who have seen them. Be a leader, get in your order and wear one of his ad vance styles in spring overcoats, business or dress suits. Two doctors in Idaho succeeded in cap turing an enormous bear by means of a piece of nork saturated with chloroform and sprinkled with sugar. IHELENA IN BRIIEF. Jackson's music store. Bailey block. Erxcel.ior Lodge No. 5, I. 0. 0. F. Meets every WVednesday. SA riegular mPelinig of the above Lodge will be hell ithis evening at their lhdge room in thie city at e:00 o /clolk. Sojourning brothrou are cordially invited to attend. A. L. BUTLER. N. G. II. T. DAVIS. Seocretary. FINEFISllNGGOODS IThe Fishing seaon ha: opene.d and I aI on deck with ,h e inest lin , 'ioliaiog I J ii y ever Ibrought to lllllna, a..l they will bhe sol at New York lriceos. I will tell yiu iWoo rids a frone 25 rouents to $5. Stht lambo,, Ito.If Iom $:.50 to 30:1. HRelb froee 2 roents to $2-.i i lioling the new Alumiinum I e.. Fly filookr Ieom :15 centoH to $, per |dotzen. Leadiers. 1o .sints, to $1. Fifteen lihtieront otyles of Ifly Iloeke frim (,c to, $i. tIanket by Itin hundred. \VWlding I'ant, Stoc.kingso, lHools aul ihoelis. Lin l o f ,all de. seriptionfue rol a I i k ele, lp. ('olrnl, il oild look" over a htock of goods seole:tr,d fl" Illrle,. M. H. BRYAN, 103 BROADWAY, HELENA Alt' IIUIt (.. LO IIA ItoI), *CIVIL* ENGINEER. No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, -Helenra, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. H ES ERVO IH;, CANALS and IRRIGA'IlON WORK A SPECIALTY. E: er r:lran. Baer, Manufacturer of Coats, Robes and Mate. Also 'Tannr of all kinds of lhide, and Flre. Repairine and Cleaaing of For Goods. 318 North Mai Strset . * eloena Montnsa. SANDS BROS. INVITE particular attention .' LACE on. sale this week to the largest and choicest an entirely new assort. collection of elegant novelties ment of fine CARPETS in new in DRESS PATTERNS ever Persian effects, in Axminsters, exhibited in Montana. Wiltons and Velvets, and an We are showing more than extremely large and 'exceed double the number of patterns ingly handsome variety of new displayed at any previous sea- patterns in Brussels, Tapes son, and we are confident that tries, Ingrains, Agras and Cot in addition to the most attract- ton's Chains. ive assortment to be seen in Also a magnificent line of the state, we are offering also LACE CURTAINS, in all the most exceptional induce- grades, from 750 to $75.00 a ments ever given at this season. pair. Hundreds of different styles in Splendid bargains m SILK Crepons, Chevrons, Cheviots, and CHENILLE PORTIERES Diagonals, and every imagina- and DRAPERIES in original ble new weave are shown, and designs. no two patterns are alike. Nor ,, are similar effects to be found elsewhere. INSPECTION INVITED. SSANDS BROS. Babcock's SPRING STYLES DB.lap-a Hats Soft Hats of All Best Makes WE ARE HEADQUARTERS, BABCOCK & CO. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. C. REMINGTON, Manager. Two N'ights Only. Friday, Saturday, April 1-2 SATURDAY MATINEE. Engagement of the charming emotional actress, MAUDE GRANGER, Supported by Mr. Clarence Handycide and her own select company, under tho direction of Mr. W. i. Wilkison, presenting her repertoire of emotional plays. THE PLAYS: Friday night, The Creole, Saturday Matinee. Inherited, Haturda y night, Gamille. Iteperved coat cale opens Thursday morning at Pope & O'C(nnor 'a drug Ioreo. J. IL. SMITH, Freight and Transfer Line Il., ElNA, MONTANA. All kinds of merchondise and other freighte, Including ores, promptly traneferred fheom the ot. Orders will receire prompt attenttem Ot at J. Feldberg's btore aid at the dtQrp, H. B P-iLMBR, HELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN Inrestment Securities. Money to loan On. improved Property and Ranches. Will purchase County, School and Municipal bonds and warrants, commercial paper and mortgage notes. No. 10 Edward. St., Merchant. National Bank Building. Correspondonce Solaclted. CARL GAIL, President. I E. BUMILLER, V.-Pres. and Treas. H. UNZICKER, M. UNZICKER, Gen. Manager and Secretary. j Western Representative. CHICAGO IRON WORKS, - BTUILDERS OF- Ceneral Mining and Milling tMachinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting, Concentrating, Leaching, Chlorinating, Hoist ing and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Corliss Engines, Compound Engines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buckets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mine Supplies. Western Office, No. 4 Lower Main St., Helena, Mont. We are making a Specialty OF CUTTING MONTANA SAPPHIRES. D. DESOLA, MENDES & CO. Cutters of Diamonds and Precions Stones. 51 sad 53 Maiden Lane, New York. NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.--NOTICE hereby lgiventhat pursuant to an ele. tio held of the qualified electors of the Neihn. sohool district No. 19, of Meagher county. Mi, tans, on the 26th day of October, 1391, at whi election the majority of the votes were cast authorize the trustees of said school district t bond said distriet for the sum of five thou.nan. dollars ($5.003), the trustees of said school dib triot wil, on the 1lth lday of April, 1891, at noun, oen sealed bids at the school honse at Neihart, M)eagher county, Montasa, to sell 35,000 worth of bonds of said school district, said bonds to ron for (10) ten yesrs and to be sold for not less than par value and tnterest notto exceed (7) seven per cent per annum, intsrsst payble semi. annually. The trustees of aforesaid school dsL trict reserve the right to reject ay or all bids. J. MI. CAdoTHIZRf T. B. OREGG, W. IH. IHARRISON. School Trustees. W. D. GUAAIM, School Clerk. gae. a. aIIJ.. WALTinR Ile. HILL & KING Have a see lot of DRY YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale cheap In any quantlty. Also sawed id slit wood on hand. ( ,rdere solicited. ]. Wriht. agnt, room 1 Bailey Block. Tel. ephene No4.. General Office and Works, Clybourn Av, and Willow St., Chicago, Ill. The oldest Fruit and Pr-Z Established 1l88 duose House in Montna. LINDSAY & CO., S.DEI ALERS 11 ... Fruit, Produce and Seeds OF ALL KINDS. HELENA, MONTANA. if you want fresh. Northern glrown garden, field or grass sencls eond for our illustrated oat 1do ue. one of the most complete issued in the lnttod ltates. Wo sell at Eastorn pricrs and hus save you heavy freight and express charges. Vc also issueo wholesale price-list, whioh deal re will find it to their advaatage to sonsult be. . buying elsew°ho.. PATENTS." . United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittaburgh Block. Helena, Mont. SAPPHIRES FOR SALE AT A BAItGAIN. 4.000-arats Montana Sapphires--4,000 A rare chance for any person, wishing to procure these beautiful gems. On exhibition at the office of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broke Granite Block.