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lit the River, Daubp With i Mia Oil, Sooured With Fine Sand. balt 1y ia Life the Boys and Girls Learn Many Useful Vocations. .oesa Warriors to Mimic Dattle--apert meaters and Fslaermen-Qulek Witted, These Young Africans. IWeitte for Tna HELENA INDePrsNDrnT. W HEN THE AFRICAN BABY 18 A few days old he is dipped in the river every morning and held be neath the surface till he is exhausted. He is then laid out on a grass mat to dry in the san. He is sometimes daubed all over with palm oil and powdered red wood, the re moval of which necessitates a thorough scouring of the little creature with fine sand. Often he is startled from his slum bers by savage war aries and the deafening rumble of the monster battle drama ealling all to arms. The African mother has a passionate fondness for her ehild during his babyhood. If he dies her grief is inconsolable. I have seen a woman hugp ging a little dead body to her bosom, and her piteous sobbing has been heart-rend ing. As soon as the children can walk and talk their education commences, not at .school of course. But they do receive a training which will help them enjoy their surroundings, and will also aid them to cope with the dangers ever threatening human life in these wild regions. The Africans are naturally very keen ob servers: about the age of four they com mence to take the greatest interest in everything going on in the village; when their father and bigger brothers are busily employed in the differ ent handicrafts groups of boys erowd around them and attentively watch 'the work in progress; after a while they are able to render assistance in the easier perts of manufacturing and eventually, when they have grown into manhood, they them selves have become competent to melt and beat out metals into knife blades and brace lets, to shape out paddles and spear-shafts, to knit from colored fiber fishing and game nets and plait their intricately woven shields of cane. The little girls also. from the time they are able to toddle about, are receiving from their mothers tuition in the various domes- t tio duties demanded of their sex. When c but mere children they cultivate their own 1 little gardens, and when the women return I home loaded down with firewood, each girl I will be carrying an armful of dried sticks. , At the age when the little white girl is s wearing the shortest of frocks, the dusky a maiden has been initiated into the myster- v ies of the African kitchen; the fatted fish, when one is in her hands, is soon broiled to perfectlon;with a brace of tender young mon- I keysL some yams, palm nuts, red peppers t and sliced crocodile she produces a dish, a the savory odor from which, to an African's b sense, is the acme of fragrance. She has a o thorough aoquaintance with every item of ii the tribal "bill of fare," from a toasted ele- ti phant's foot to a frizzled eaterpillar. She also becomes proficient in the making of baskets, weaving of cloth and plaiting of . hair. She is also quite at home in a canoe, and can paddle as well as the other one; nor does she lack in courage-if the war riors are hard pressed in defending the vil lage she does not hesitate to handle spear it and buckler. The boys imitate the warriors' weapons by cleverly carving out of wood, miniature " swords, spears and shields, with which they carry on mimic warfare, one of their favor- ii ite pastimes. I have seen most exciting , contests between bands of these little re cruite. All the boys in the village would be divided into two parties, making sometimes a a hundred on each side: a suitable fighting ground would then be selected, generally in the banana plantation, and soon the whole u settlement would be ringing with yells of a defiance and tribal war shonts as the op. tosinR forces with hair decked with plumes and bodies grotesquely chalked, advanced n to the fray. They would move on with the greatest caution, taking advantage of every cover, h hiding behind trees, crouching low in the shelter of a stone no bigger than a foot- a ball, and creeping stealthily through the " grass, always on the alert with shield in a hand to ward off an enemy's weapons, and sa ears in readiness to throw if an indisa. creet opponent showed himself. When a p boy was hit he retired from the fight. For hours and hours these boy soldiers would s stand their ground, but eventually the one side or the other would be so weakened by o theloassesfrom open attack and ambush 0 that their adversaries would drive them 0 from their position and win the victory. I Such conflicts were waged in thorough good temper, however, and with blunted arms. From constant and careful practice, the p African becomes proficient in the use of weapons at a very early age; the monkey on V the topmost branches of the tallest trees h are In oserious danger of his tiny arrows. Io and at a dozen yards he can kill a brush rat wilth his wooden jivehlu. He can at- I tain such skill none too earlv; at the time b of life when the white bouy peases from g knickerbockers to trousers, the young Afri- , can has cast aside his toe knife and shield b nd now fights in earnest with metal-tipped a spear and keen-edged blade when his vii- h lace is at war. He is ambitious to receive - tribal acknowledgement of his pluck, to be dubbed Moloku Mookay Mookay ("a brave man," literally "one with a small heart"), and be selected to steer a war canoe, armed with beaded warriors, bent on some dang erous venture. Not only is every attention given to the warlike proficirney of the boys of the tribe but they receive aiPo a thorough trainian in m0ore eaceful pIursuits. Every expedition which sLarts out il canoes for the fishing t grounds is comrposed lagely of boys, who ci soon learn how to set the traps and arrange c thire nets lind, by a careful ittudy of the sub ject, they acquirr, a wonderfulr knowledge of the habits of fish. A boy of twelve years old Clii tell the very beat sea eons to catch theni rind the heet reans ac to tie rrloyed IeL learns L every iunl of tis river, knows th shallow 1 and the re-i, rIlaces, he ie also a close ohr- A er-err of tle hreaven., nrd cran generally I find some sign in thre clouds Ito warn him of i' a corirng etor,1 r thar st Ihe can i addle his ( frail dug-out irnto a pIlace of saufety before a I riginrg tornador wrhls the dark waters of I the Conguo irnto wllite-crorted billows. In E the forests tire bteve Ilrrl the huntors to dig the ittlalli for buLfaloes and elephants, they kntrw how to lix :ra louose for the steal thy leopardr or thre bush pig, anul the snares L for emaller gain and birds. , They are all splendid swimmers, and in spite of the hideous crocodiles infesting these waters, a swairl of black headse can be seen every day bobbing on the river's surface abreast of thie villaveo. On land they are as active as rats. When I was stationed at Bukuti 1 organized an I athletic meeting for the natives, and their performances were very creditable. After nil the racing and jumping compretitions we.re disposed of I awarded prizes of beads, ashells, tin forks, mirerors (the entire lot ralued at about 40 cents) to tlhe winners and seconds, but this arrangement did not at all colnoide with their ideas of justice; they argned that all should receive prizes, as it was just as hard work for the losers as the winners. They were much amu.ed and interested when I would draw with charcoal on the clay walls of my hut pictures descriptive of ny country; but thee could not believe, judginu from the few white men they had tseen, that Mputu (the "white man's land,") was a big country, and when 1 asked them to markin the sand the relative sizes of beir country and mine, their little village as dweribed by a patch three yards qqare, and the wbole of the white man's I country wasrspnreted a no birger than S man's bhand. The Africans hals already embellithed history with their deeds of endurance, pluck and devotion. On all Stanley's great h Joqrpgys natives of Zanzibar have been hib companions and support and by their thor. ough loyalty enabled him to achieve his brilliant snooesses. When Dr. Livingstone died two of his natives earried the body on their shoulders from the heart of Africa to the coast, enf fering privation and hardship on the jour id ney and running tremendons risks from an peratitious tribes, who, had they found out the contents of the weird burden carried through their leand, would have killed the devoted fellows. Rt cently there is news of a great deed of herolsm on the part of a younn girl; Mrs. Paul Crampel, a French explorer, whilst on an expedition to Lake Tlchad was treacher onusly slain by a band of Arabs. A yonng girl named Niarinze, who was the white man's interpreter, seised a riflde and shot dead one of the Arab murderers, but she was unfortunately then overpowered and killed herself. During my six years' journeying i een tral Africa, whilst engaged, in pioneering * work. I had on many occasions to defend I- myself against the hostility of natives, and is my own crew, enlisted from the settlement around my nation, stood by me on every occasion and enabled me by their stannch h fidelity and courage to cope with the over - whelming numbers pitted against us. h 'Iill my dying day l ehall have a warm corner in my heart for my dusky friends away in the "wilds of central Africa," from whom on umny occasion I received kindly R treatment and when I was sorely in need a of it. A CURIOUS CHARACTER. f His Rullngs as a Judge Are Beth Quaint I and Fetching. "Between San Antonio and my town, on r the line of the Southern Pacific railroad, there lives one of the quaintest judicial characters this country has ever known," said Henrioo Cardemas, of Eagle Pass, Texas, to a St. Louis Globe-Democrat re porter, "His name is roy Bean, and his home is at a little station called Langtry. He owns everything in the town except the b depot, and for twenty-five years has held undisputed away over the country within a ti radius of twenty miles of his house. He V is postmaster, deputy United States mar- at shal and justice of the peace, all at one I and the same time, despite the statutes. d He insists on his title as judge, and the 0 man who failed to call him by it would fall very seriously under his displeasure. He has invested himself, independent of si the state authorities, with the mosttweep- a ing judicial powers, and his rulings and de eisious are unquestioned in the vicinity. About the queerest decision, perhaps, that e he has ever rendered was in the case of the murder of a Chinaman by a cowboy. It occurred several years ago, while the rail- - road was being built. Chinese labor was employed to do the work. A drunken cowboy rode into the railroad to camp one night and had fun by shooting at the Chinamen. A ballet hit one of the Mongolians and killed him. The cowboy al was ar ested and arrainged the next day be fore Judge Roy Bean. A mass of testimony br was taken which consumed nearly the entire oif day. It was evident to the court that the dil t.inaman had been killed by the cowboy. In fact. Judge Bean said himself there was ati no doubt of that. 'But,' he continued, with ye great gravit) of demeanor. 'I have con- or sulted the statutes very carefully, and I am ii unable to find in them one word against a fo white man killing a Chinaman. I did not make the statutes of Texas. It is my sworn and sacred duty to interpret them. of Therefore, in the absence of anything in he the law against a white man killing a Chi naman, 1 discharge the prisoner at the bar, an but give him warning not to repeat the tin offense.' And the cowboy walked out of or the courtroom a free man and lives in my Wit town to-day." ABOLISHED THE PRAYERS. api for A Scotch School Board's Very Significant Action. cor Some remarkable things are happening Cr in Presbyterian Scotlahd, the land of the ou0 Covenanters. At the latest monthly meet ing of the school board at Leith a motion F "that in future prayers at statutory meet- F.I ings of the board be dispensed with" was S carried. The only dissenting votes were those of the mover and the seconder of the of amendment. Several clergymen are mem- I la bers of the board. Ho One lay member said the prayers of the ministers were "a mere piece of form and tar a mere fraud." Another said that Scotch- rf men seemed to be afraid of praying. The loes rebate showed that the vote indicated not and so much the advance of irreligious senti- 1' meats as the tenacity of bigotry. her One clerymnan said that in the boord were B1 clergymen of different denominations, and clri he did not think it proper and desirable for lot, one member to offer prayers in the board of t meetings that another member, being of I,.r another denomination, "could not in con- Iac' science join in." The clergyman referred I.! to "tried to keen out of the way until prayers were over." Another reverend member spoke to the p re same effect. iHe could not profess to join lot in supplications Ly members of other de- t nomnintions, so be voted to have prayers .'u onitted. 'therefore prayers are to be rrt' omittsd.-New York Sun. Good Lookse. ot Good looks are more than s, in deep, do her pending upon a healthy condition of all the lon vital organs. If the liver be inactive, youn have a bilious look; if your stomach be die- no ordered von have a dyspeptic look. and if ',f your krlnevs be affectedyou havea pinothed look. Secure good health and you will tfe have good looks. Electrio bitters is the ite rent alterative and tonic; nets directly on ti these vital organs. ('ureas pimples, blotches. Jul boils and ives a good complexion. Sold at Ii. S. Hale & Co.'sdrug store; l0c. per bottle. I 'Hii IlAliET's. S Nrw Yoee. July 22 .--Bar slIver. 8 I6 (coplr er Stironug; lake, $11.r2 11.7,. t'. leod ease; dormietic. r10;Ii7 .,)1r . tp The etrrik mrirket was lerss animabtl and le prices miove,,l witrin narrlerer limit.. Ilurling- 1c tonr ili.ln.rl tI+ weaknue-, but driclineil only a Imaltl frn-'liJnl. V' Ler h ,illo wan trnrill. "'ho r clre war iltiul. etlady, il reguilar. at slight ehange wi (jovernmuritL-- lull r. firm. I etrl'leulu -Augat, 32 '.c. of ( tra P c 0 it ock l. of U. 0. 4cr-ag .. . New Yrorkl.entral.114:Pgt ' (, i...n . 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Jo MtIlriy on rall eae); c~lr-rrrlofered at !ii: trirne merrrarntilr pajier tEoii/.: sterling exchranr, dr Su*ir t. iteedy: slity--clay bills. .4..i' demand o 'r '.rirAoo0, .triy' '2.--Cattle -'taielors. 7.(J0j ; steal ., Ill.- hLi'lher: cirriee to eO 's steRe . 04 Ih r hiogs--Aelise: itr It'e hiihetri iaind snui irLakilr. Sr.?rur'y.;t.: rrril olhoeave ard britceoro' sacord'-lar.. $5. litir 5.711. rihrel--llciripts, 1.000" active: steady to 4.511. (t.raoo. July i2.--lloae--Wheat--bteat y; cras. 7hs, : September. 7eio. Corn--iany: cuh 50rc fSiptemtir, 45tye (I)ts-l'ary; Cash. di; Sieptemlbr. 30ti. - tort-- tehti. $1.92 ll·; tSeptsmber. 1L.ul/. . ird - ('ash. it.ri; September, 50.2"r. thr.rt ribs-tasu. 57.55; Septemb..r, 7.52. [' Bhoulders--$7y.y . Short elaar--$1.7587.80. 1'I Sampdai out a ( blood - pxilons of every name and S natur, by Dr. e err. Ir. Iet's a medleien hi that starts from ? \ -- the beginning. It is ' rouses every or .re - . gan into healthy f- ·actlou, n purif r- and enriches the blood, and through it a cleanses and renews the whole system. All at Blood, Skin, and Scalp Diseases, from a corn id mou blotch or eruption to the worst Scrof ie ula, are cured by it. For Tatter, Salt rheum, Ecema, Erspela, Bolls, Carbun of else, Bore Eves Goltr or Thick Neck, and a Enlarged Glands, Tumos, and SweElings, n it's an uneqlualed remedy. r- Dou't think it's like the saramparillas , They claim to be good for the blood in is March, April, and May. "Golden Medical ,i Discovery ' works equaly well at all seasons. e And it not only clats to do good-it frear antes it. It it dosen't benefit or cure, in every case, you have your money back. You pay only for the good you get. Can you ask more l t NOTICE-THE: ASSESSMKNT BOOKS UF Iwis and Clarke county, Montana, for the h year lh9. are now in the county clerk's oice of said coonty, sobjet to the inspection of any party interested. The board of ,ommiassioners will most as a board of soualization,. to equalize and adjust the sea. on Monday, the 18th day Sof July. 1891, at 10a, m. . 8. TOOKtR, Clerk. Helens Mont., July II. 1O. Ce S OT1'IC'E TO) C'EDITORS.--ESTATE OF Alonuo M. Forbes deceaseod. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad oministrator of the estate of Alonzo M. iForbe. deceascd. to the ir'ditors of and all persons having claims against the said l eceased. to ex Ihibit thenl,. with tile ne'essarty vouchers, within ter months after the lrst publicatiol of thto no tice. to the said si ,instrate r at Ihis oiticer rooms Y and 4 ltaily building, in thle city of Helelna, thie ame being Ihe place for the trans action of the butiness of said estate in the county of Lewis and tlarke. It. A. liUKEt Administrator of tie estate of Alonzo.M Forbes, decreased. Dated Helmn., Mont.. July 14. 182. h AS8ES8MhINt' NOI'It'IE--OFFI'E OF THE I SHelena aucd Lutte company, room 1, Power - buildicng, lHelens, Mont.. July 2, 1812. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the trustees of tih Helena and liotte com pauny, held this 2dc day of July, 192. , as asesesment of (tl threoe cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of said c Helena and Buttle company, payable on the 2d day of Agst. I, 18tr12, to 1. 1I. Parchen, treasurer of said comnpany, at the company's office. room at 1, Power building, in the city of IHelena. Mont. And stock npO, which the assessment shall re. main tnpasidon the 2d day of September, 1892, shall he deemed delinluenut and shall be duly o advertised fr sale at public auction. and unless - payment chill be made before, will be sold on the 2d day of October. 1891, to pay delinquent assessment, together with coot of advertising and expense of sale. JOHN T. MURITI.. OTTO l.' ZUECKLEI(. President. ttecretary. SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF S the First judicial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Losan Smith, plaintiff, vs. Louisa Smith, de fendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above-named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the Lbove-namod plain tiff in the district court of the First'judieiat district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and 'larke, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within tan days (excli sive of the day of service) after the service on you of thissummons, if served within this county; or. it eeved out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days;: otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said com plaint. the said action is brought to obtain a decree of thi court dissolving the bonll of moatriuony heretofore and now esistin, between plaintiff and yourself, upon the ground that you did, on Juneo , 1. 8l1. wiltully and without cause ucesert and abandon ptain;iff, and havr over since con tinned and still ountinue so to do. wit hour cause or reason, and against the will -f pltintiff and without his consent; and forgeneral relief. All as more fully appears from tih complaint on file herein, to which reference is had. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will appily to the court for the relief demanded in the comolaint. Given under my hand and the Feul of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. this 2ld tiday of June. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety two. SIEAL. I JOHN BEAN, Clerk. Ty O H. . TonapsoN, Deputy Clerk. F. N. and S. H. McINTtIys Plaintiff's Attorneys. SHERIFF'H SALE-BY VIRTUE OF AN EX ecution in my hanLt-, issued out of tie district court of the Fir-t judicial di-trli't of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lhwis and I lacks, in the suit of A. M. tlolter anil M. il. Holter. co-partners as A. M Holter &tBrother, plaintiffs, against Joseph O'Neill, d fendant, duly attestel the 21st day of July. A. I). 18b, I live lvicd upon all the right, title and interest ,f the said .ilscth ._Nc'ill, in ands to thefol lowing described property, situated in Lcwis anl C'larks, county, state of Montana, viz: Placer lot number fiftty-three (5;ei,survey nnm ber seven hundred and eighty-eight7lwih) in town ship tn Iso 0 north of range fou• 14) we-st. Tlhe Mount iflenou Lids i ling and Millsito lees. For a moro particular description of said r,yecrty reference is herby made to 1 'U. '." . 1-o that certain placer miningfi claim and pressiac.e, detlgnatrd by the surveyor genral as lot number ti!ty-tl.ree ('53. embra-,ing a porion f -e,'tiotll thity-live i :0i anL thirtS-siX ,:ti,, ill townlshi ten (101, north of rallge fiour -t west. For ia m ro liarticular description of said prop rty ref rinces is helreby male to book I "U. 5.." page 414. .ilnd ith west thirty i::oi feet of lot nurmber one hullre.A asnil tlhre-s f:t2,. in blocrk number le:i (10) of ti e I'eatti- allititiou t t iti. clty lf It el'i-:l. I1 lg -liter witih al alaid siInguIlar the teiilriente, here litarie'tllin aid alpllllrlrln ie -- tliureoiu'o0 lbe longing -or in any wise apsprlaiing. Ssoliic is hloreb givn t that oti Satlrdlt,'. the 13thll d)ay of illguit A. 1). I1r2. at 12 o clrock I noon. of said day. at the front door If the court house, in the ,ily of Hie!eta, wI ill sell all the right, title and iriierest if the said Josi!eylh 'Neill itn end to the said above descritl trioperiy, to the highestt bidder for c:ashi in hanii Given under iny ihand this the 22d day of July, A 1). tI.2L. ('HIARLES M. JEFFEItt1H. Sheriff. Hy RHALPH G. JOiHsNON. Deputy Sheriff tFIItIFF's HILE BY VIIt'T'tE OF AN EXty cution in In tianes, iicnui ilout of tihedis trict court of the tfirst Judicial district of the stato of Monltati in alnd ftr he I i olliy o Lewis anll (larke. in the euit t 'if it Isctlrgl, . 1 lak aufllat- crltig cosyilaly, ptlairlitll, again.t lsrge i. I lS la oil. olt, fitnauthltly sltoe-tln then :0thi day tf .1liii,. A. it , 1811ci I ..eve levied tion all Ithe ight ih, itl rit' nit inl.nret of the said cerilsl propict, t ittlletl irl Iewis anld C'larke county, ,- n, I, Mionta. vl iz.' All that cilrlolai Diber it: parcel of lacdi ling ant li-ile in !.e colilty Of I,'wiu and ('larko, dci i-tate i.I HMolt:,ca do seri.d as fIolov.s. to wit: itloinuinua at it,intL o the soslltli sectio.n lint i lfttu f oc' l u-retl irl tf ik-- owtihci tiurt mIIt: flortli of rang" four (,4. J,'tul oNf tht. ni'( al merifiaf of Rlt l Ntr i, iin l foill illcld'., I aid l :ii:ty-rly lI;;i fist tt, at ftou the stitilie a:w c er co titif saul .cctiun hihlrsneil:::, lteiucis rtlclntni ca-sitl nio said anrollill line, oItitull t ct.d a-'"i-tII tllirlten tit:), Iwo hninr'ed asid foJrty -21'' ftit. It,-nt-i north flosr ltndril indI1 nee.:,ty-ivt.e 1iI,) (l.st, lihtnt weot six hlndtced i nd ci so-lty ito- ;ti,1i is I tlo li- wase' lint of saiil si e 1 ion Il hir e-:l , :;. thence south along sauid sction liln, t,,l Ie- rnldrell dlill itrt I12101 fti -t. t it u,. iett fol r hliti tlcrei on-l thirty otl (1it1) fto., thtiseit ioitht twit tinrt I situ anthirty-liue (2;,: fti-t t,, Ih,, ptato, of bieginning. ( oitaititng liv i:,, eie, mltreior less. and Ibeiug in s,,c:i ,I ihtir (),nt '18), ti own nhip tti 1111) itorth i.f ralige f, tr IIw. Ales Iltaillltl lltit -reigitnI I Ilt c, uoll nii'tl-o,, (its) it block nuo:lt-r tglt-see i:ei oft ilha original townsult of IltiCity of tIs-i t'la and th- .la.t hlalf of tst enllrlilr weRIty-Iwo 2.', itl hoek rsue hitr thitty-tI.i.,I :.t of the oriiginal to-nslote tof th .ity of Iletctia 'l'oglttier w th all nunil sitrlrlllrt lis lon(ornmniis. teredilttniisti'ant .tit,1tirtonatsu'se thlsreunti bt hlssri.ing otr cn111 wuc}l-i, ;1,t-'liai t, it dtay of Alliltlc. i. A, . SI!,? iii ,- hI'itII of 12. o'uttiek iet.titcf said lay, at Iho fronitlottr o ,i in I, Olii , in l ie cit ,f t lllc a -illitty amliii ch.to aforc'Hi-l. I will setl atll ise right, title and iiiti-r-rl of lhii Bahl timt.i g 1'. ltt.,lclt iin iili si ii, Ito r -iid a'ls v-I dtI-Clrites Itrtcloriy, lit thie highl hht Ititii c it fit rast in hand. (ivu ititlrr nay Ihasl Ile,. lie I!ll dlay tf Jul;, A. It. tIJl., IIy 'hltiAli It. J il-IN,5 N. 1 llhll-tl tliItr i -f. OIlit IRENT- S tfs(;II.I., N h:EOA;t5 h1'il IItENT HTOItl-: (tINtAIN N'I('lIEI largsc asud deirablte; clhap lisot. W. h. Con (iolnd stoi'k 1;Olt I-tENr - STOlE (Ot ()FF1 t(: (1)00l IN L optrca h(stut. sHtel ls (illlll.tteis F OI f RENT' FINE LAtlcil: IlA-:MIS:N'-l- ON SUpper Main stareet titeel & Clomeuts. FoR IENT -UNFUItNIt.tll.D) ItOOQld IN operat hoseI. StlslO & Cloicmit. SIIIATIONl WANTUI)P-W [A#aN. of A~w sailst , 11126 thes bud e a m Irk IToATW WANTuD-4 YOUNG LADY V. ioolntheastl ~oolr1 }lks ot. As5 com V'panlon to jvllo i,*ly Y roo ssnautresi. t aall address 216 O eckoatidLs. at roteot. it 8 TITUATto oO ;etlhed uy, tl r here11·, desires o de it IJ`SIUATION WAN1cD-N 1PJ2UIUNQ)6ED A dressmaker o iko a tow fewtt1ý ýO1~ mignri s tI strleet. _ _ t - SITUATION WA ' ~D--TO DO DR ~86A1[ I sus art hoess or Ay hle day. Us *b Ladles It teller syrotom. 005 Wrrlson eve. $$ Sl--Al l U NWIO AN 1DU--A IIWOURRKESPtP t hy ac Zperiencoaeand cospete4 milddle. La rord lady; best of refereaiee con be ?ruare. f tall on or address M. IL., 524 Wiith avenue, city. Sl SITUED-fIt A GIRL a YktAIIH eofs a tohlt' a ke re of children. Ad dros s I·I \\ e 1Main street. ý'I'UATWON WANTJ2D--lY lXPI'lllWE ltD dIr.aioaker; 81.50 per day; beet of reterences. 208 2. liodney. bITUATIONIS WANTED-MALLE . Advertiseulft* Under isw heed three time, 1AU'I:'i'LON WANTliD-lY TVO FIRSBT a class " atern meet and pstry cooksE strictly molorilnen. u: loath hodney street. fred Mo. .IT1 ATION WANTED--A BHIGHT YOUNCI mit , 10 yoare old. would like position in the Soily or near b~y. good pouman anrd experienced. Atdreas ti iling, thisodlice. L lTUAAlION W'AN` E-hD-BY MAN AND WIFE on ranch: woman 55 cook; no children. Ad dress it.k., klkhor,, Mont. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXP1tI iencodstunoqrsrphir who desires to study law, a position w,th a ood law firm. Address A. 1). 'o win liridgis, Mont. HELP WANTEID 2'15ALE . ANTED--A LITTLE GIRL 10 Ott 12 YEAR Sof age to help with honse work for lhe bioird and cluthea: an orphan preferred; eh w.ll have a good home and be well treated. Ad dress fr. J. \P.. this office. l/ANTEI--tilitL TO DOGEINEHALHOUSE ' ANTEID--tiOOD GRlL FOi GENEHAI housework. Apply to 607 North Wnarer street. \, ANTKD--COMPETENT GIrlt TO DU SV second work and care for child one year old. Good wages paid. Call at 4itt Ewing street i' ANlED - APPRENTICE tl1RL FO11 dressmaking. Scandinavian Itmployment office, 2 t hBreckenridge street. HELP WANTED--MALE. I,'ANTED-AT ONCE, TWO FOUR-HOSBE drivers at 24 Edwards street. TANTED-FIRST-CLASS SEWING MA chine agent. None but experienced men n.ed appy. Liaberal inducements offered. Ad ureas 2.., this office. I 'ANl'seD-TWO YOUNG MEN TO RUN AS Snews agents on Northern Pacific railroad: mnset have security. Inquire at news office, Aorthern Pacific depot. ANTEI)-('ONTiACTORS AND TEAMS can have work the whole season, princi pally aide work, at good prices, on Valley City extension of Soo line. For narticulare. address Linton & Co., Valley City, N. D. H'ANTED.-ENERGHETIC YOUNG MAN TO manage an office in Helena: referencesand $1.000 cash capital required; salary, 81,200 oer year. and interest in business. Address 335 Phelan luilding, San Francisco, Cal. `'` ANTED-SALESMAN--VALUABLE COM mission offered; 120 weekly earned by many of our agents. Samples tree. P. O. box 1321, New Xork. W ANTED-YOUNG MAN WITH $200 TO take half interest in profitable office bes iness. Can make from $25 to $35 per week. Ex perience not necessary, Address C., postoffice uox 221. Butte city, Montana. W/ ANTED-A FIRST-CtI.ASS COOK FOR meat and pastry. Skandinavien Lmploy ment ollice. W ANIED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FORO A gentleman of intelligence and activity t., represent largest opt poration in every city and town in Montana. 4ddresa inden. 1. U. lox l4,. Helena. HELP WANTED-MISCI LLANEOUS. ADENT' S WANTED-MALE AND FEMALE. old and young, $15 to $2:, per day easily made selling our Queen plating outfits, and doing gold, silver. nickel, cooper and brass plating, that is warranted to wear ror years, on every class of metal, tableware, jewelry, etc. Light and easily handled, no expense required to operate them. t an be carried by hand with ease from house to house, same as grip sack or eachel. Agents are making money rapidly. Ther sell to almost eve ry business house and family and worksho. Cheap, durable, simple and within the reoach of every one. Plates almost instantly, equal to the finest new work, Send for circulars. etc. Queen (.'ity Silver and Nickel Plating Co.. last St. Louis, Ill. FOIt RENT-I'FURNISHED t) OOIS. 1'ORl RENT--FURNISIHED FRONT ROOM - with bath; board if desired. 509 Sixth ave IiOR IHENT-NICELY FUItNISHED FRONT I room; modern conveniences. 50 South lotldney street. L'Oltt ENT-LAIRGE FRONT ROOM, MOD ern conveniences; 17 South Rodney. FUIII ENT -TWO NICELY FURNIhBHED rosinr. with or without board at 559 tills dale street, ROtt RENT-TIHREE ROOMS. FURNISHED complete for housekeeping; eare pass the door. Bit Hollins avenue. 'Ot I.iENT--FUIRNISHED ROOMS, $5 TO . $10 per month. 212 North Rodney street. IT'Ol IlENT-- NU'ELY FUNltISHIED ROOM, J one gentleman, $6 per month. 502 High land ave.nue. near Davia. SOlt ItE'N'T'--COMFORTABLY FURNISIIED Ir rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. (rand stre.. Next door Hotel Helena. HOARD AND iI0011 OFFEIREl). IFO lt IN'rT OOMS AND BOARD. 106 I Warren streert, corner Sixthl ave. FOi iRENT- -i;Oitl IN IPHIVATE FAMILY with or without board at 505 Ewing street. FOIC IRtENT-DWEI.LLIN(iS. FORIl ENT-HfERBERT It REED & CO., 'lnhoiplson block opposite Grand Central hotel. have the largest list of houses and rooms for rent in the city. 1'(,,: l;I:KNT'-VERY DESIRA,,LE IRESI 1 dnrce, siner n rooms,. on Rodner street near Sixth aronue. Steeolo & Clements. irOIl RENT--0sIX-ROOM FItAMI tHOUSE ON Elventh avenue, $20 per month. Steele & (lml.ments. _ IOil Ill N'' -IINFUIRNISHIED IIOOMS ANI) apartments of all kinds and in desirable locatione., at 1 te $10 per room. Call and exam ise ,ur lirst. \ alla. i 'Ilkhornburgh. Denver buibling. MMONILY TO LOAN. MJONEY TO LOAN ON IMPR'OVED CITY and farm property. Wm de Lacy. Feoadv. tONl.:Y '1', LOAN ON IMPROVICL' FARiM Sand city tliierly at reasonable rates of inrtn-._t hto.l " (' lements. t[ONIlV '1) I.TtAN---HL IIEIIrT B. IfKED & +t l o., 'l'h.ep n5m block, opposite Grand Cen i tral lhot.l, rlan Icm 5i0 to 110,000. ONY:yY Its LOAN-H . I. PALMER. BEE MOlNE ' .IOAN S-TEILK & CLIMENTS. I.n sume to,.sit, low rate of Interest, no C rmtsrrsston. so interest in advance, no delay. I.OaT. t 10'1-1 HiO11ll) (tOLD) EsLGIN WAI'l'II. 'lrIavlor novernentr, A rewardl of $20 will be ,d1 re,,tuming .5au to Sam 'licklu's Quinoy ,,- .\ I'INI: WIIITE AND TAN ST. HEll alper., sic nrn imo trle old; bIlIrk s1 oe over -fulses. leOeusrldor willh se iidl foer ihis re tirn ,re ltror.,itis to his w.rereabitts. A. IO wNr Its lItOWN ElOISE. WElIIdT about. I.O'e), ag II years, elollstiant brand 'T' rio ~lft sts I~l'lc ,irliar eear above Ii. Suit. 1,1, urn'.sri fr arosurri to i. li. lot:arp., 124 Hixeh la. DrOUND. FOUNI) A I.\lY' PIN. ON I.LEVEN'THI [v . rnu. a tr,,n( of the PIresbyterlan church. ]Ulutore at this offce. r FRANGO-AMERIGAN FOOD GO.'S ý- FRENCH SOUPS, & SPE6IAL SPRING PRIGES. CHICKEN, SI "NA' o. Full Quart Cans 40 Cents. d PUREE OF GAME, wee. MOCK TURTLE, OX TAIL, CONSOMME, T ENCHOUILLON, Full Quart Cans 35 Cents JULIENN , PRINTANIER, ETC., 20 KINDS. BACH, CORY & CO., d Fine Grocers] and Liquor Dealers, Helena, Montana. 1d FOR MALE-REAL ESTATE. OR BALE-GOOD FIVE-ROOMd HOUBF oheap rmail cash payment, balance install meats. 90 Alta street. `OR SALF - FOUR ROOM HOUSE 01 o .suth odney. $800; $200 down, balance of long time. Address X. A., this ofie.. FUOH R'ALE--2,500; TWO-STORY ItESIDENCI " of seven rooms: water on both floors stable and outbuildings; Ninth avenue, between Beattic tand haleigh; that is a bargain. Steele & Clem FOR BALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK rgieedence on west side, only two blook( from Main street; fronts on two streets; verb cheap. Stoele & Clements. FOR BALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK house on Spencer street, near Rodney, oni_ few minutes from postotfoe, at great bargain. Steele & Clements. OR SALE-$,300, 85x88, 8-ROOM BRICiH ellar, wer eto. n Ihtleig street; $8,800, I42 -room brick, cellar, ; water, eta,, eo .l. sigh strset; $5,500. 5lxiO feet. 8-room frame houst on tuaser boulevard; 84,500. I4x100 feet, -room frame hone on Broadway,. £ S. Frmen Oltt _\ALE-ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON t west side at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace, bath room annd all modern fittings; good barn and outbuildings. Wm. Muth, agt. T.OR SALE-TWO SIX-ROOM HOUSES ON I west side: easy terms; near new school building, foundry .tnd electric linas. Win. Math, agt. .FOR SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA avenue near foot of Rodney at three-fourths actual value. Steele & Clements. 'Olt SALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH Main nstreet 100x125 feet, fronts on three streete; will be sold at a great sacrifie. tSteele & ('lements. [tlOi SALE-A LAllIGE NEW HOUSE ON prominent avenue; has all modern improve ments and is in good condition; price very low and terme to suit; a snap. W. II. Cox, Gold block. iL'0t SALE-I HAVE SEVERAL NICE REB 1 idences on the west side for sale at differ ent prices and terms. larties wishing to buy a home will do well to call and see what I can oQ er. Wim. lMuth, agt. 'OR ISALE--RENTAL PROPERTY IN OI.IG inal townsit;e will sell on easy terms, at a troat sarrifice, improver property on Bluff rruet and on P'ine street. Steele & Clemente. FOli SALE--ONE OF THE FINFST Sranches in Montana, 2,090 acree, every acre can be irrigated and have abundance of water, fine range on every side, good market for every thing produced, good im rovemente; will be sold st a great bargain. W. . Cox. Gola block. Ol1 ALE--LOTS ANI) A('REAGE AT KAL ispell, the new railroad town in the Flat head valley. WVm, Muth, agt. 1 LOR BALE -CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN ' tIuanser addition at very low prioes. Win. luth, egt. Ot BALE- LOW-A (HOICE BUILDING ea ot facing on Broadwater hotel grounds leastfront) Wm. Moth, act OIL SALE--$1,00, 75x125 FEET. 4-ROOM frame horse, Broadwater motor line; ¢tL,50), 50x180 feet, c-room frame house, 50 feet double frontage on enten and Park avenue, busines property: $5,000, 84xl110 feet, 8-room frame honuse on Lawrence street; $5,000, 3OOxl40 feet, 0-room brick house on Eleventh avenue. . b. French & Lk 11 l SALE-$5,000. 40x100 FEET. 9-ROOM f brick, bath. cellar ete., gas fixtures, double frntage on two streets. E. S. Frenouch A Co. LIOlBSALE -$1,0J. L5x1il 4-ROOM FRAME ou lDakota avenue; $1,00, 50x84, 5-room frame ha.se, Blake street; 64,000, 42x88 feet. :-room brick on Sixth avenue, Beattie; .1,500. 15x8 feet, 8-room briok on Beattie street. E. S. French A Co. 'OR SALE--FOR 9$300 fOOD BUILDING F lot 50x150 on South end of Rodney street address box 777. city postoftoe, FORH BALE--50xl40 FEiPET ON LYNDALE avenueo at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele & Clelments. 'O' 8ALE--ELENANT RESIDENCE ON Madison aveane, west side, east front, lot 125x200 feet; cash buyer can secure a great bar gain. teele & Cleoments. Fo ~i tALE-$2.800. 5xl40 FEET, 1-ROOM Sframe house on iyhth avenue; $8,500, 50xt10 feet, 5-room brick house on Eighth avenue, 34.000 42x10 feet, 5-room frame house on Broad way; 14.20. 45x1000 feet, 5-room brick bosea corner, Uroadway. F1'. , French , Co. Fo01 eALE-NEW SIX-liOOM HOUSE IN Broadwator addition. only one block from electric motor nsall payment down, balance installments. Steele & Cloenment. FOt -ALE--5,000, 50xl40 FEET. 6-ROOM frame house. a corner on Warren street; $.,500, 75O150 feet, 8-room stone hones on Madi son avenue, $3,500t 40xllS feet. 6-room frame house, corner, on Chaucer street; $3,500, 40t118 feet, 8-room frame house on Chaucer street. H. I. .reuchi & Co. FUlitSALI-COItNERI LOT. 160x130, on best reeidence street In the city; full view of the eat side and vallei drdseu boa 177, city postotlice. IFOILt ALE-MI5CEI.LANEOUQ. F HAO AIA, i -A FINE I'ARIttlA(IE IIOlSBE; -bright bay. black poin's: 1.200 pounds: eight -ears; work single or double; gentle, safe, re , bleand sound. Address E. A. Stioxelman, Townsend, Mont. USINESS CHANCE-A HOTEL DOINGt AN excellent business, central location, first class furniture. nearly new; dining and kitchen equipmnenta for 100 guests; only 02.000 sash, I.l srce on time. Owner har larger intorests and muat dispose of this. Address liorlbert I teed, lailoy block. 1' ti SALE A TW(-II()IttI. I'OWt ItIHTLP AM i egin. Ilirse A Wlhitacrr. Chicago. No. 811. w:ith pies oand wlhittle; price $50 cash, at. the Monausa rtaath Z-itung. 1sand lt North Warren. The engine as in ,erfect order, as g.oril as now. iot BAtSALE -iETAII FRUIT' AND 'ItO Sduce business il one of the beet towns in the went. A splendid opening for a live man with the nec.rsary rcapital. Excellent resons for selling. Address N. Y. 1., care Indelpndent otil HALE-AN UP'RIHtiT PIANO. CALL at ..l I cntler street. VOlt BALI* At A IIAltUAIN. IllIARDLINi, Shounm doingU good busies;in good location; amiod reasons for solling. Addrsas U. A, thus ollie,. 1O PALE --HIRAND NEW SlNtEt BSEW d uge mucrn, cheap; never been need. Ad. drese 51, this ofltte. FOR MALE-MITRCELLANEOTIY L E0 BALE-HALLIT & OUMSTJN PlANO excellent condition, 8t0; also househohi furniture; owner going away. 421 Hemlook street. F Ob BALE-COMPLETE BEDROOM AND parlor set. in lret-class shape. Apply 832 Cutler street. FOR BALE-CHEAP; A YOUNG GOLOD n horse, suitable for hack or buggy. No. Hll Banders street. ' F'OR SALE- CIIOLARHIP IN THE MON Stana Business Co]lego (all at this office. FOR SALE-FURNITURE AND CARPETB I of five nicely furnished rooms Inquire over Boston clothing store. FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HEL Sna Busines College. Call at this office. FOR' SALE-- ETAtLBII ED MERICANTILE Sbusiness with lar trade: willtrrade for improved seal estate in Helena. tteet & Clem MISCELLANEOUls. SPECIAL INVESTMINT-A PARTY IN THE I employ of a grasping corporation is desiroun of entering into negotiations with a respunbihle man who can command $1.500 cash, for the I r ,s cution of a busineas that will realize from $5,.a0 o ;t0,000 cash inmide o.f sixty days This buitesse s a specialty. Capital always in hands of i - vs tor, a enboruinate having entire control. For personal interview, Address A. B., this of fice. MADAME DELGARDA. EGYPTIAN FOR tune-teller; can be consulted on all businems of importance; locates mines; tells reaults of lawsuits and matrimonial ventures, etc. 19 East State street. Consultation, $L W ANTED-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE' with five or silt rooms with bath: ,ent must be reasonable. Address il., Grand Central hotel. W ANTED-AGENTS, LADIES AND GEN tlemen, to take orders for Montana Dress lannfacturing Co.; commission 82 an order. Corner Lawrence and Park WANTED-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAI Great Falls for Helena property. "teele.0 Clemente. ANT'ED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF inside prrperty; just the thing fors rowul flatse: closet, Mesla street. Wmin. Muth. WANTED-A BUYERI FOR A PLATrEiD wt traotof the beat residence pIsperty <a west side; price waydown; hall ceah, balance i one year. Wm. Muth, agent. W ANTED -TO BUILD A bIX-ROOM HOUSIE with furnace and bath room complete for 52000. Call and see pans; we know they will suit. Wallace &Thornburgh. Denver buildms. OIt TRADE-UNIMPROVED PILOPERTY to trade for equity in improved. teot., ,c Clements. 01R 'I\1t DE-IMPIROVED PROPERITY TO I Strade for unimproved. Steele & Clements. ']X7 ANTED-THE OWNER OF A LAl';F body of low g'rade free milling gold ore wants a capitalist who will build a lstil o the prolerty tor a half interest. Apply to Winm. auth. at 'VAN'IID--A CUS'TOMERI FR01 ONE OF -the fineat residence sites on west side; prioe low for cash. Wm. Multi, ---~---- WALTER M AY'HESON'N LI.IT. .75--LOT UN DAVIS itI'hEI' . 50LxlO0. 7 5150--level lot on par a street. 25x1;0. $350 eacth,-2 lots in lrsadwatar addition, $l100UU down. $2517-li;n_ level lot on east side, 25z140. $100 down. $5)5-good residence lot, 41x100. on Alta street. O-0-lot on Highland. 50x1a, alley. 800--fine corner, 50x125, on I'eosta avenue. 050-lot on Fifth avenue, between lialeigh and Hoback. 1,100--lot cn Jefferson. 64z110, with alley. $5150-neat brick dwelling on Pouth Rodney, $150 dlown. li1,e50-cottage on Eighth avenue. near electric line, 52011 down. $1 50--5. rue m dwelling and large barn. Peosta avenue, $200 dsswn. $1.050-5 -room dwelling on Division street, $200 down. $1.80-cs mmodious dwelling on Boulder ave nue. $201 d,1 wi. $2,2.1--7-room dwelling on Peosta, lot 80x125. $n3u down. $2.150--brick dwelling in Easterly, 5 rooms, finishedl in oak, $5101 down. $S.250-brick veneered dtwelling in Easterly ad dition. jsust, flniinedl. 7 large rooms. bath, fully esuippeld; hot and cold water, lot 42x100. with alley. $500 down. $1.750--8-room brick in Easterly, handsomely decourated, bath room with extra good plumbing, furnace: finished in red wood; very fine, new, 1500 down. $3,800--desirable residence on Fifth avenue, Ihall, 7 roms, bash roonm. hot and cold water, gasnfurnace range. sewer connection, $1.1000 RAN(hEHx. $37,300-best sheen ranch in Montana, nearly 6,1B1 acres. ample water, fully equipped, $12.500 down, bhalance 5 years. $2 00--640-sore hay ranch on Big Blackfoot and Nevada creek. MONEY TO LOAN. $12,000, $2,5000. $3,u00 and $),000 local money at 10 per cent. WALTEII MATHESON. .59 N. Main street. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING-THE AN nual meeting of the stockholders of the Montana Gold ani tiem Exiloration company. limited,. for the election of a board of trustoos to serve during the ensuirng eorp.rate year, will he held at the office of tie secretary, in HLelens. lontau,. on the fourth Monday (25th day) of July, 18il2, at 10 uo'clock a. m. W. l. CULLEN, Bearetary. Iloelna, July 14, 18W2. 'i'O('KIIOLDERH' MEETING-THIE ANNUAL 1 mootig of the stockholders of the Montana Mineral Land Development company, for t(he election of trustees and directors, and such other hbusines as may coon tImfore them will Ism held at tie office of thie icompany in the Hlaley blok,. in thie city of lieloena Montana. on Wednesldy, August 2, 1592, at 10 l. on. W. N. 0. tETTLErrl C. D. CUIITIS. . retary, P'resident. 54T'OCKHOII)IIDEt' MEETING - THE AN. Snutal meeting of thie stockholnlder of tIhe Mun lana (etntral Ilailway o•Inrny for the electlin of a isnard if five dir'ctors and for the transac ties et ,us eli inhhr btonln,.es as snlay prsperly reese lnnfure the neetine, will bh ilnnd at the oict, es f tise undlersigned, rear of Motnttt National hank. Idwarda street. lelena, Montana. on Monday, Jnly A D.1894, at fnr o'lo thp r m. WIlLIAM J. VUt'lit, Aossitant heerstary Dated Hlelena. July 14. Ib,,2 1TOCKHIOLDERB' MElEI(fi--OFblFIC OF th He lena and Butte company, room 1. P'ower buildin! hlelna, Mont.. July H, 1891. Notice is borey gilveu that the annual meeting of thle stookhoidersr of thu Helena and Butlte r company will be hoeld In the company's offloe, in rorm 1. Power building., i the city of Heleno. Mout., on Weooeuday, tht i l day of August, 1844 at four o'clock p. mi., to elect seven (7) Irustees of said company to serve during the ensuing year, and the transactione of such other buineesa as may properly come before said meeting. JtOHN T. MURPHY. OTTO C. ZOECKLER, President. focrotary. OR'UiERN PIAIFIC R.R. THE GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE Puess through Wlnconaln. Minnesota, North Dr th Manitoba Montn Idaho. Ozesee THE DINING OAR LINE. Dining Care are run between Chicago St. Pati, Minneapolis. WinnipegM. Helena. utte. Taaomz Seattle and Portland. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE Pullman esrvlue dally between Chicago, St Pot,]. Montana. end the 1 aoifio Northweb aud between lt. Paul. Minneapolls amd ie assets North Dn.ota and Manitoba point,. THE POPULAR LINE. Dathy Express Trains carry elegant Pullmta Sleeping Carse, Dining t'are, I'ay Coaohes, Pull. lman Tourist Sleepers and Free Colonist Blas. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE The Northern PacIfic It. R. Is the rall line to Yellowstone Puark the popular line to Califon I1 and eAIask and its trains paso through the I ,cdet soonery of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS. Age sold at all coupon ofices of the Northeo Pacile Railroad to pointe North. atest. BoatL and West. in the United btates and Canada. TIME SCHEDULB. TRAINR ARRtIV AT HELENA. Ne. 1. Pacific Mail. west bound ........ 1:35 p. a ao 2 Atlantic maid. east bound........10:20 p. ho, 5. Logan antd lelou, passeenugr. connecting at Logan with train No. 3, Pacific express westbound........ 2:10 a. a No. 8, Garrisou and Ilelona passenger. connecting at Harrisou with train No. 4. Atlanno! xnre.s cast.bound. .12:25 p, .m S8, arysvill pasner ............ ..11:0 . m o. 10. Marsvill accommodation..... 1:15 p. No. 0, Wickee. Boulder uand lkhorn passeng r ........... .. ........... . 5:40 p. No. 102, Bimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays................ 5:00 . a TRtAINS DL'AIT FillOl HELENA. mNo. 1. 'acifie Mail, west. onthl........ 1:0 p. mn No. 2. Atlantic Mail. east bound........10:3 p. p No i. Iolena and logan psb.renor., connectinug at Logau with tr:in No. 4, Atlantic exnroreeaetohnnd... 1:10 p. - No. L . Hehtna and Garrison passenger. connecting at Garrison with train No. .9. Pacific expresr westbound.... 2:18 a. m . 7, Marville passer............. :45 a. No. , Marysville accommodation....... 1:00 p. a Ni, l,0 Wickes, Boulder and llkhorn Paeurnger ............ ............. 7:85a. a No. 101. Rimini mixed, Monday., Wed noadays and Fridau ................ 8:15 a. i Sor Rates, Ilaps, Time Tables or Special Informatieon apply to Cham. 8. Fee, seneral Pass. eger and Ticket Agent. et Pau l. Mlnn., or AP . D. E SS a ,fl. Ganersa Agent of the Northern Pacific 1. B. at IIELBNA. MOeNT. J. L. SMITH, Freight and Transfer Line IIETLENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merohandile and other freights, including ores, promptly transferred from ths depot. Orders will receive prompt a ttentles Oflics at J. Feldherg's ttore and at the drNl. I CURE FITS 4 When I my cure t do net mean merely tostep them r a time and tho have them return agn. I moan radical cure. I have made the dsLase of FITS. EP. LEPSY or FALLING SICKNESSa lifelong study. I warranlt my remedy to cure the worst canoes. Boiaura othere h ve failed Ie no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottleo my infallible remedy. Give Express anid Pot Office. U. 4. LOOT, I, C.. 103 Pear' Nt.. N. Y. HOVEY & BICKE, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER, ROOM8 24, 20. Merchanta Natlon-l Bank Bmuilding. Helena, - ontant "Henry's Specifics" T1B RENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY I8lALLIBLD CURD I1O0 NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATURE DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEALKNES; No melth f rom what canoe. Contaiu no mrl stain. lPrce Hl, Whoiesaleand retail dreuiewr esapiy tan demuad. Depooltory for the United 5tats and Canadal 33 Foist Tltieth stret. 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