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A syieithre in the 'Vsanity e a Reilerry. ,the al.ldng 18.1," aid a wellkrown e alroad traveling agent to a New kln ropeuter, I want to the oil re i. n k leesl y infortune. Iremember that to a little town ared Rouseville St apper time one eveninlg early in pi. A flowing well had jufast been struck therp and it was spouting at the rate of 100 u an hour. Flowing wells were a eatrliesity lin those days, for I think lwas leely the second or third one that ie itruak. The oil was thrown into the ,IWr dfty feet e, more by this well and as thiere was no way to store petroleum it was timlpiy flowing about in atreams on the f i'unild. All the engine Ares about the well i!e puht out as soon as the oil began to 'guh, and a score or more of men and boys ent towork digging trenches and throw ital up dams to prevent the oil from spread lig. I was one of many cuarious spectators e who hurried to gaze upon the strange eight end were grouped about the well. "A danger then unknown aoeomplaped 1 that great outpouring of oil. An immense t volume of Rae was generated, and that, ia- a creasing aith the flow of oil, spread slowly a in every direction. The well had been spouting inoessantly for two hours, when 4 suddenly there came a great flash, a tre- a tgendous roar, and the whole air seemed a sheet of flame ia a second's time. The * .great jet of spouting oil became a pillar of livid fre, while the volume of gas above it, to the height of more than a hundred feet. a was dashing, explodingand leaping upwa.d e in ferocious tongues of flame. Every der- r tick, building and engine house within an a area of seventy rods seamed to be simul p taneously wrapped in fire. The gas in a spreading about had come in contest with ti the fires of an engine honse nearly half a sails away, which was the cause of the A great and instantaneous conflagration. ti During this fearful combustion the sounds of the explosions and the roar of the sarg- g Ing flames were like the rushing of some si overpowering hurricane through a forest. fa "As soon as the column of oil became a a piliar of tire the burning oil fell like water p from a fountain over a space 100 feet in di- b ameter, each drop coming down as a blaz- t) 1mg globe of boiling petroleum. The ground T around the well was one wall of fiame, 6i which the falling oil constantly inoreased. to Fortunately for me, I was far eneogh away ve to be out of danger, but the sickening inci- a dents of the eonflagration were plainly so spread before me, and I can see them yet. Moores of the bystanders were thrown flat s on the ground for thirty feet around. re Many of them regained their feet and same fa rushng, all ablaze, from the seething ire. a Just within the awful circle of the flames I sn counted nine men boiling in the blazing oil so for an instant and then they were gone. I ds could stand to see it no more and fled from pl the scene. I remained in the place three ed days, and that well and six others that had caught fire from it were burning yet. I had t gone to the oil regions to seek my fortune, lit but my introduction to the possible horrors ca of the region frightened me away. I sever me b}eard how many lives were lost in that, the mi Arst terrible oil conflagration in the history Bi of petroleum production, but I know that a th score or more of persons were reported all missing during the three days I was there, sel and they were all believed to have perished era in that fire. "One evening in February', 1864, being on my way to Washington, I stopped off in Philadelphia to see a friend of mine who lived in Bouth Fifth street, near Washing ton avenue. I found him, and during the evening I went with him to call on a ma 'tual acquaintance who lived on South Tenth street, near the avenue. We did not leave there until quite late. On our way home, as we were walking down Wash ington avenue, the sound of a terrific ex plosion filled the air, and so close to as as almost to throw us to the ground. The next instant flames shot up nearly opposite to us, and in less than two seconds a river of fire was running down that tide of the street. We narrowly esoaped it by run ning. An oil refinery or storage tank lo cated in that vicinity had exploded, and in less time than it takes me to tell it that whole block was a seething mass of flames. The burning oil ran down the side streets on the south side of the avenue, filling them with flames twenty feet high, and sweeping everything before it. I read in the paper next day that sixteen persons were known to have perished in the con flagration, which raged all night, with awful destruction of property, which was the second frightful catastrohe in the his tory of petroleum and the first to occur away from the oil regions. "In 1880, having been for many years on the Pacific coast, I returned east and stopped at Bradfordi, then the great center of oil production, to see a relative of mine who was an oil operator and producer. I learned in Bradford that he was operating in Iaew City, a new and growing oil town a few miles distant. I went to Itew City, and while I was trying to find the trail of my relative a torpedo exploded at a well in the vicinity, and in less than two hours not a house was left standing in Rew City, 100 derricks were wiped out of existence, and something like 600,000 barrels in tanks were consumed. I found my relative after the town had been burned up and we went back to Bradfor d. ie was a heavy loser by the fire. 'three days after I started with him to go to the scene of the fire to look things over. We stopped at Bixford. a couple of miles from Hew Cityv where my; relative had some business. While he wres attending to his business I sauntered out in the town, which was filled with der ricks. Suddenly I heard a loud explosionu, and a second later saw a house in flamer. In a very few minutes the whole town was ablaze, a hundred shafts of fire leaping up, from as many wells about the place. bev enty-five buildings, more than 100 oil rigs, and 100,000 barrels of oil went up in that; confl.al at ion. "It had niever struck me before, but while this big lire was ragrlnrg it came to me all of a sudden that I had br'en epeotator tr norrs ! than my share 'of oll fire disasters, and I gave my rolative my record in that respect. "'My Godr' he said, 'don't let that get I out in this country, for there are men here who would slow you your way out of it in a manner you wouldn't care to go!' "1 saw that he mreant it, and I left those parts withutt mouch delray. "In June, 1I8l, I was in Buffalo, and I founid that l had to go to Titusville to er feet some businssst was arranging. I don't believe 1 had been rn T'ituvillo en lhor when one of the most terrific thunderstorms 1 ever saw came up. 'the thunder and lightning were frightful, and at the height of the storm lightning struck an immense oil tank, filled with oil. Instantly the tank was ablaze. A host of other big tanks were In line with this one, and one aftor another took fire. The blazing oil Ioured threaten tagly toward the citr, and the roar of the flames, the explodrni tanks, and the dense clouds of pitch-black siroke that marked the path of the ouiorlrrtratiou, combined with the sharp and precing ligh.tning, the crashiung thunder rnd tie pourmg ran, made a scene to fill the bralvet heart withs .teror. end was one I ert never forget. 'lar, y itself seaemed doomed, and but for the ltouaght of some level-headed person in the lanic.stricken town nothing could have saved the place. This nileo. suggested the pierceing iasr the btom with cannon-balls the iil-tauk, whos contente had not ignited, so that ,inm 'olttrnmight be made and the oil drawn' 0, ai ate food for the approaching fire ~~U khrl 'rrpla~ l! uwes not .l l. so.i ll, wtioh ý' °r e teo s w Rsf sea"n wii were i Bt man thoet of bae of oil s imaes, tanks wre "I think it was one night in 1887 that, on mti way to NOW Yoke Igot aboard a Penn. ad .trmiar ltd frry boat at Jersey lity. SWe had oaroely pulled out of the slip when we were shaken bs a tremendous explosion, whieh ocee rem the hay, }ad see , , later a li t shot up :into the sIky toung the Ine @~e.or, au wesa tot lowed by a edled of the dee.ast, blackest amoke. I didn't know Unthle. about what was down that way, but the instant I heard that explosion and saw that tire and smoke I knew there was going to be a big oll confiatration there, And so there we.. I learned that the Stendard Oil commeaanl' bid zee.erls were at Berged Point, eU In laes titan an hour oneof Its biggest e wa one, to. gether with hundrede of thousands of dol a lars' worth of oil. That was a great fire for s people along the water front to see that night, if they wanted to, but I never turned me head to look at it once, and not to my hotel as soon as I could. I wa siok of be. ing pursued by disastrous oil fires, as it really seemed to me that I was. "Now. I'm not superstitious, and I'm not a fatalist. But I give Vao my word that, if I had been in i'lltuville or Oil City last uI Snday when those terrible conflarrations r broke out, 1 would never again, so long as I lived, have entered an oil town or 'a town having to do in any way with petroleuml" BIBLES OR LEAFLE'lSI Sunday SBhunl Childtreo Who Know LUttle of the S(rlptures, The American Bible moiety has beRgn a orunade against the Sunday school lesson leafiet. From its long eperienee among the 8,000,000 Sunday school children in the land, the board of mamagers is conrinced that the children of the present day have only an indifferent knowledge of the Bible in its entirety, and in a report emphaslses the importance of supplying every child who can read with a Bible of its own, es oially for Sunday school use. The management believes that, under the system of teaching now in vogue, the Bible is made wholly subordinate to the leaflet, and this conclusion forms the basis of the present undertaking. The society has just seened a circular addressed to parents, bun. day scehool superintendents and teachers, which says: "Eight years ago the society began the work of plaing a Bible, by sale or gift, in every home in the land where it would be received. But now the society proposes a work of still greater magnitude and im portanee--a Bible of its own for every child that can read, with special reference to Sunday school use." In speaking of thir subject the Rev. Dr. Alexander MeLetn, corresponding secre tary of the American Bible soclety, said: "What Arnt drew my attention to the gradual exclusion of the Bible for the les son lefiet in our Sunday schools was the fast that the issues of entire Bibles by the society did not constitute a sufficient snp ply for the Sunday sehools alone, and 1 became convinced that a vast majority of the Sunday school children had no Bible. P The total ciloulation for last year was 936. 578, and these figures embrace Bibles, tes- t tamentse integral portions of the Bible and volumes for the blind. That is manifestly a very inadequate sauVly for the Sunday schools, with their 8.000,000 pupils. "It was this knowledge that caused the a society to investigate the subject, with the result that they found the lesson leaflets fast supplanting the study of the Bible as u a sacred work. While we approve of these o relected excerpts from the scriptures which a constitute the leaflets, as helpers to the nn derstandiaR of the Bible, when they take the place of the Bible itself in the Sunday adhools, it is a pretty serious matter. "I believe it to be a fact that the greater number of the Sunday school children know f little or nothing of the Bible as a book, and ti osanot tell what belongs to the Old Testa- a ment or what belongs to the New Testa- a ment. It is too often the case that the only 1 Bible in the Sunday school is the one on I1 the superintendent's desk, and it is not alone the children who are ignorant of the seriptures, but, very frequently, the teaeh- t ere themselves." - - - -.---- Good Looks. C Good looks are more than s.in deep, de h vending upon a healthy condition of all the 1' vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you d harve a bilious look; if year stomach be dies. ordered you have a dyspeptc look, and if your kidneys be affected yoa haves pinched tt look. Secure good health and vou will 1. have good looks. Electric bitters is the P great alterative and tonic; sets directly on these vital orgaus. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at It. S. Hale & Co.'s drug store; 500. per bottle. Knlight Templlar Train to lienv.r. The Union Paciflo asystem announace a solid vestibule train, made up of Pullman sleep era and diner, to run special, leaving Butte at seven p. m., August 6. This train will be tonvenieutly located in Denver so that pissrniers may arrange to reserve and have the usle of sleepers fiomn the time they leave Botte until their return to Montana, at vorr low rates. Those desiring sleeper reservations should apply ea tI in order to secure choice berths. ee furthor particu lars contained in advortilsement in this Plaper. Tickets on anls at No. 28 Nolth Main street, Heleoui, Mont. it. . WIt.iN, F. & P. A. A Warulnng---l)o't Use Big iords,. In promulgating eeuterio cogitatilons or erticulating superficial al ntinlentalittles and thilosophical or psychologlcal ubser rations. beware of olatitudenoue yonder olity. Let your statements yosasess a clad ied conciseness, compactod comorehenai bleness, coalescent consistenoy and a concentrated covency. Eschew all con iloruerations of flatalent garrulity, jejune balhlrenieit and asiniue affectations. In tllyny to imIrlesas uton :otbhers the superior- I ity of the Wi.consin Centrat lines. and why you and so many others use this thorough tare from ft. 'aul and Minneanoles and I)ulnth and Aehland to Milwaukee, Chicago and puinto etet and south, it is not noeos e eary to use jawbreakeru. Let your extew poraneouc descantiens arid aunoremeditated expatititione haa Inttelligibrlity and vern ciLus vivacity. without Ihidosnontade or th'sonicanl bonombast. Medulon ly avoid all rul polvsyllalii profundity. teittaceoun Tau. nlt,, ,entlriioqnial veiboeltv stnd vendio- [ quent vai'idity, shun double entendres. i prurient jucomitv and peatiferous pirofanity, obacurent or apparent. In other worde, talk pleunly, natuiallv, sensibly, and truth tally say the Wisnonlin Central lines is the rount, and theti ends it. ----- ---- - N0)"tl'l li AN'lhAt, ltl':TN'r Tiill t AN iAiml ieritiin4 if the etockhlrller o tir .i, lihlDii- a (ieh uil 4 io elt. I.tuly ira ore '1rii. any. lmiiel, for thi "lotl, t of a Iltrrl Iar r ief t'ri e tO merveidrlrii gthi 1ei 1111-i- or esitd yeLr, will ho, liht '1 i ii, aulj,-ei (ii iihe ai,(iietary in Ili-tirue. Peinueta in"l, til'irll ll ll 8loilllay 1n-iti dayi) Ifi July, lclr. Ct Ill 'lcicdtk a. Iu. w. t,. I LLEN, liecrolry. ii inn~a, Juliy Ii. liii. - - Nec (1 (1 IL't I111 ll''It'E OhfI uloz i I ,rluia. , dr-i-saud. lu trun i-in li-reliy aivnuu Ily ttie urdni-?rir-iutu. ad Inliirit at l .,u ith, .tsalte lif .\lrtuzo nii. orloul. uiditiPn:ir. o1. I1, "lilt r ot nlo all tuserson onvijli ilaiii- acriii Itnie saul rl oileaniid to i X il t lllt tiiil,, inl i tin cu e#--lar y vlriciihure s withini is. liric L1-- afthir i thurll fr.t eucllljiculll lii thle nlo ie. tIe li n-i llllillui-irl raifr at l ii tile-Ii',. rllsllh :1 llid I I slltu buidlia , Il itle city iif I ltohluic, tise -slluris luin Ic- pieii fir the i aia ltirin ', itile h'iititll·ls oi rail earlatu iU tLuhe county uf Lewis end I >lurk,. It. A. I,UKE. Adniuisitraltr of tler uieate olf Aluonz I. Feebie. I hate-l ttena. Molat.. -uly I.i, I.et. "'I'O('KIIUII)Erln'B Mrri~lx; tt ....... y Slee }olia ·Illd lutte romirninly. rooirl I. t'orW-c buildting, tisrcn, lnt.r-hnl., taly .i uit. Nuutlin ii lu-rru p 'ii 'ii I eat. tihi anniual merit lu-c Sf Inl, eIonueeiliot reI~ ifl t lt tllehi alid s il t i ileillatil) will iii eel i' i ts sun reanyn IIthu, inl MirUt. uWlecaurlsyr illnu, ii das rut Atugft. Ilhi BtfOIIr'octuuk i" 01.. tu oli'c] smntunuuc iii tiI~LtoIi af elahl oumleany to eu-Ori dariun lIe enriniluc tsar, alid tle iransactulo of cath su)leir hutie.ule me may rirucuurly euchre briorri itld menetiue, J.1lN '1'. MURPHY. 0'['0 C ZOI.CK!,,:. l-'rentdlnt. hlocretar-. t THE BIPEXPUROR?9 HARERU o '061 89wV t d ee Bete £ Ptlte Is The "Pea eae "hnt' Rgelst ia wher the Empres of fClh olds ler court and Srules over the im1 harem, whome enly S glimpse of the ott da world is what they can ee in th. imllrial tnot er-grtlet. The a present young em pe r, n add ttlon to his seven lawutl ooncu' ia han already no less than one hundred and thirty others in his a harem.--H. O'Shea's article in the uits trated American. Such as the lift of the mest highly tavored at blCine women u prisonm wthin the palace walls they eke out uan esrtenoe in real slavery. Araerictu I women know no rlaverybut that which de i petntl on theemselves. Sonsim. they are I overworked " rundown," weak and aIling I then is the timeo tottlt tolthe right medicr The one who takes Dr. Plere', FaPvorite SPresiiptiaM emuancipate hersel trom her I weaknes and becomes a stronger and a haj pier woman--more than that-- healthy one. ar all tio weakneeses and allmeMt perutlar to womanhood, " Favorite Prescriptim " is a positive retedy. And because it's a certan r remedy, it's made a guafratmted ose. If it faLls to benefit or cuts, in any case, you get your money back. Can you ask morem SQTOCKOL8 DtliP M[~llTING - THE AN. - nLnal meeting of the stookholders of t he Mon tant Central etailway omtpany for the election of a board of five directors and for the tr.nacr tion of such other businesas as mray properly com before the meeting, will be held at the oefice of the undersigned, roarof MNtaua National rank. Fdwards treet. Moelnars.Motana, on Monday. Julyt 2t A D. 1892 at four o'oloue p. in. WILIa M J. ilret'J.I, Assistant eelretary Dated Helena, Jely 14, Itt2. S the Fi~ jaudieil district of the stats of Mon tan In and for the eounty of Lewle and t.ar s. .d san Stmith, plaintiff. vs. Louisa tmith, - 'I'h state of 17 utana seads greeting to lthe aboLe-nano O defendanut: You are hereby required to appear it an action brought against you by tht abuvo-samed plain tiffin the ditrict court of the First juodicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Lewis andti i'larks, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (excln irve of the day of ervicel aftor the service on you of this eummsono. if served within this Coett 4; or. if served out of this county, but within this disetrict. within twenty date: otherwise witlhiu forty days,. or judgment by default will he taken agalinst you, according to the prayer of saiLd out I he said action is brought to obtain a decree of this coourt dissolving the bonds of nttritnonv heretoforeasti now exi.tinr betueon ilaintith and yourself, upon thle groend that you did, on June21, 8I1,. wiltull. and wlttout cause tre-rt - end abandon pla ndiff, and lav oever since con tinoed and still cuatinue so to do. without caune, or reason, and against the will of plaintiff and' without his consent;.and furgeneral. relief. All I - aM more fully appears ft'l omut the complaint on file I herein, to which referenoe is had. Anti you are hereby notifiet that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required. the said plaintiff will apply to tie court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and the teal of thedistrict court of the First judio.al district of the state of 1 IMontmana,. in and for the count of Lewis and Clarke. this 2'd dayt of June in the year of r our Lord one thousad eight hundred and ninety two. esusA..] JOHN BEAN, Clerk. PFI H. . TaoMPSON. Deputy ('lfrk. C a F. N and S. H. M.cINTnon. Plaintiff's Attorneys. j . ERIFF'B SALBE--HY VIRTUE OF AN EXE cation in my hands. issued out of the dis trict court of the irst Judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lea is and Clarke. in the snit of 'lbhe c arge 3. tlake Manufacturing oomupany, plaintifl, against oeorge 0. \\oolatou. d,-fendant. duly attested the ,0th 'day of June,. A. D.. 1892, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of the said teorge W'. ,1 oolston in and to the following de scribed property, situated in Lewis and Clate county, state of Montana. viz.: All that certain piece or parcel of land Iring anl b:-ing in the county of Lewis and Clarke, and state of Montana, described as follovws, to wit: Beginning at a point on the south section line of esetton thirteen (1h). township ten (10) north of range four (4) west of the principal meridian of Montana andi four hundred and thirty-one (431) feet cast from the southwest corner of said section thirteen (13), thenc3 running east along said section line, south of said section thirteen (13). two hundred and forty (211, feet, thence north four hlundred and seventy-five (475i) feet, I thence west six hundred end seventy-one (671) feat to the west line of said section thir con 13),. thence south along said section line two hundred and forty (240) feet, thence east four hundred and thirty-one (131) feet, thence south two hundre.l and thirty-five (215) feet o to e place of beginning. (rontaining five (5) acres more or lest, and being in sctiion thir:een (1). town ship ten (10) north of range furn (4I) west. Also lots numbar eighteen (18 and nineteen (19) in block number eighteen (18) of the original townsite of the city of Helena and the east half of lot number tweuty-two (22) in block number thirty-three (33) of the original townsite of the city of Helena Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments amad alppurtenances thereunto be lonsing or in snywise antertatinsg. Notice is hereby given that on Thureda.the 11 th dsy of AugustR A. D. 1892, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. of said day, at the front door of tie court house, in the city of Hlelena, county and stote aforesaid, 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of the said tenrRge i. V colston in and to toe said above described property, to the highest bidder forcashi in hand. Given under my hand this. the 19th day of July, A. t. 189I. (HARLtE1 M. JEFFERFI , Sheriff. Bly RAtt'ls (. JoussoNv. Deputy Sherifft. StEIIIFF'8 SALE--BY VIIRTUE OF AN EX 'e cution in my hands. issued outofthe district conrt of the Fir-st judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Slarke in the suit of A. M. lolter and h. hi. lolter. oo-partnrse as A. M I[olter & Brothler plaintiffs, against Joseph O'Neill, d-fenilant, ' duly attested the 21slt day of July, A. DI. 18l,. 1 Ihave levied upon all tie right, title anil intierst of the said l.eepi ti'Ne-ill, in and tothefol- 2 lowing dlscribed property, situated in Lewis - otl Clnrkae niun ., state of Montana. viz: 'lai.er lot number iftlv-three (:i:),nervey nom b.r soven hundred and eighty-eighitlm7,) in town ship toi 1i0) north of rngo foulr (4) west. T'he Mouint Htelena l,,de Mining and Millsite claninm, disoignatei ly the surveyor general as lstt No-. 59 A. alnd :1 It., ioil ricint a purtioin if ir:ti-n thtiry- ix r::itl, in town-hil, t ol (I), i.. rt of ranie four t 1i westh containinlg gTlit ,r ci and lifty-four-lintdirels of an acre-, mroe ori less. Fior a mori particular itiscription i" said t ipriperty refercnce is hlerby made to 1 " t." page, }ii. d Al-, that certain tplser mining claim and preomises, designst':l by tilhe iurveyor general as lot number fitty-tlree (5:1., embracing a pl.rtiln of sections thirty-five (:;5i ain- thirty-six l3t), in d toawnolti ftoi li). niorth of raugi four 4) weist, For a mire Iarti'ular dIleTUes:ription of sald prop elrty ref.-renoe is hereby iutade to book I "Ui. B.." pags 441. And the west thirty (90) feet of lot number one hiunlred and three (t0,). in Ilock inuntbit r ten (10) of t,s J'oatti, alddlition ti i., 1i Ilty of Ii-isna.. 'Iogithsl r with all sltil singular the tenmtents, ihereititamr-lts and at,purienann ese theretnto hie Isltgilig i-r in ian wisi. aple-raniniig. Noticet iv hereby given tlhat on rtttilrdl\.i the 1:1th day of Agustl, A. 1892, at 1' o'clock nroii, i-f sanid day, at ths front door If th- colucrt Ihouis, in the ,ity of Ielena. I will sell all thi right, tit.e and interest s-f the stidti ,t1sie, , 'Neill it ansi to then said abo,,,ve descrilil ptroperty. to the I.luh,.t bildder for Chlh in hard. liivlst under mty hand this the 22d day of July, A. 1), 1902. ('HARLES M. JEFtFERIH. Pherild. Ily I- tl-ui (i. JuitINSuO.i I)estaty Siheril - .~:.I.. . .. r:;----t----,-.V<v-+.-,- ,+..-.. r---- A tddISHMI.N I' :O'ltli'ft -nrpt-; (1.' MI t ' I ). his-lena stil. utto coopt nj, rouut 1, IPower huildiig, Iulensy. tiil.. ,lluly 15 I1,)1 . Potice is her Iiy glves tha at t tsitllltislg or thi trunbste of Ih,. Ie s-tns nd Illsle coni , o5y, hll. this 21 tday oif July. luf,. sn a'hosem-lnt ,f I;: r tliriie caln te r lt, re we-, leitd upon tihe caital stiock Tf saiul Itllllta and it.olit - c -may, IMyslule -si tlio l slay of AiiusitI. I"2 i,to Ii.. '. Il strh.n, crt-saullrer rf talrl rllnpany, at the coonipny's oihce. r irnt i. Ifwnvr lutilltlitg, in tille clty of lHttltN. Mlonl. AI..Il shrk tuu:u uvit I-lhi the nae-shuitt slht alu re rain iunpadl on thte :'d day of uN(.,<, or 19'2, shall le ,ees,*lts dliv -nititi t anu-I shall Ineil i 1 dyve: lis.id f-,r :u.s at pilliis auct: ilt, urnl, liunlss Iipsis-lnt. lsall h." mads e tfuor-., will bto osol inl tile 3d hae; itf i :iotr.1-. Id,. tI, pany dlu'litltiuent asooeom sUt, I iug-! tie - with cle.t of sDd ertiui sig and - IsIaxpusO of sale. JtulN '. i4 ll'llI, TJh--u it. zl-.I".:KI,-::,: l'r.oiluieut. r fllcr+.lary, t iS'l' l BE'IWl-,l-N \VA - ItIN lTs'lll'lT A N D -Itwiut. ou ltreskenrilge, Frirday. a $1I 1111. Yuin iir will b-. itd1stily -lusu-alids isa return to 15 - totuLh Main. to brs. r,. A. tleluer. Oy'h-- Hil,t;) (iISID I,(IJIN -WAT(Itt, alaylr s-thnreult. A rsrwardi of $,40 will b said by returning amu to ains I'-lekle's QuicIy 1lt)i'l A I, IN -. W llT ANI, rAN i-'' itI:v-' F nird pUtip. sin inoonitie oIlI: ilitck 51505 ovs'ti hsft aee iewardl ,f +:, will ie puid for Id i re isrn or ifI-rmsattue as to hisi whereabouts. A. -I. tIavi,,isn. 512 North IModosly. - - - 1sept14.- IIK IIh)WN 1101:88:. W t:IutIHl about I.0'., ago II yilars, indlstinit brandl 'T on Ioft slhouthis. cislar sear aboves It. ,tilts- I lII, reword for relurnu It I.. I. lie('amls 54d lixh asves. F'OUND A LADY'H PIN. OSN '1L:VEN) i i Savenue., l ront ol the |'lrabyteritt ehurch. inquire at this o1Bic, S .u WIpal,--i WAalOO IW Ofro tho e i w5jl5 inke os ee, *ban lreratsem. ac on li., 4 1 glti . 110UATION AN -A NOUNG LADY Ohin leam the arst rasd tisr a posttos asat o In eAm ta ad t tdarly a .teO areed hisl Itm, b r ae" e a a by anIcxelence5xetnd sutuneout middle. edady; heot of rfTe can furnished. et ITUAT1 WAork D--t A Gurnoti on tM du omen o A e.orr of ehildren. Ad .e S LTUATION WANTED-MALE. dutertiemenr.a se ths head hee time, eeree as ch engeet t o re /i'UATJEoN WPANPED-BY TO O 1rS TM viese~tueolar· atn ry of okP Astrictly ol:c met . il . orti tod ey street., d M Addtress alnullg, thitof8ce4 L NITLDATIO A VAN'CD.--BY MAN AND WY LA epon ranc. ob~.a eionc no children. Ad dress f ....ik or+ie.Mont. N LA ATDlT N W WAN NED - IT AL EUB. S age to hoe l wothe hote work for htr uotrd lid elohhe a. orphan ]preeresd; alas k. have w nor ahibe well treated. rild enrths. JA. My!. t }ioa office, S UATED-- WITO DO ENY T AL OUNE . S worla ant 5t4 kwinboda. street. ree no S hola1sen, i ba p ln to 5e07 North in the - iy iorer y. oo penmalen erieno I.. IWJ ANTD-UI 'Arl N-B MIT N AND WlTO D Ssecond workom an care for childr one ear r old ess od ws paid. . Yall at 41 wio street t ANTIID - AP&FIRS NTICI8 OIOL K mt aremakindr. Skdinsavian Employmcnt office lt t 0treckenridp, street. HELD' WANTED-CISEALE. ?ANTED--HAND ITT E WANlr0 12 Y.A-Ct Ssmith oo or tme and be well teamter. si d cohine at.80. EN ne street. Sapp. ieal inducements offered. Ad r ose ser. this offie. to North Wart Set ANT.D-oTWiO XOe N MEN TO ON AS news agents on Ncorthern achild raeare pr olg moodnae raidl. Cal late4ll Ewiog street rt have seurkin taninavuire ant npls oient Corthersi Palcifimlepot. f S can have work the who. season,, princi offiy side workn at good price, on alley City extension of $o line. tor harteomters, sdsrE Lnron & Ce, Valley City, N. $4. WANTED--ENEIIETiC YOUNG MAN TO chimanage ant. Nonie i Helenareferencesen ad year. and intersal in buseness. Addofferess 5 hria. buiding, offian e.ranco. ne agents onNorthern Pacific railroad: ob m ust have security. Inquimples frewe. P ic 1rt71, ew ork.io epot W ANTID-- OUNT MAN WITH TItA TOM ess. Can make from e whol 85 per weekon prin- be perixtence not neooeary, Adrti C. polatoiddes oxnton tte Co., Valley City, N. W ANiED-ENEXC LENT YOUNGE Felt A manageman of intie enare and activity t repre1.000 cash capital crporaidon in evesalary city andr et towear. and in Moterest in busineds.1 A. . box 254, Helan buildin n ran (al. WaHELP WALENTD-MIE-VALUAB L NEOUM. e IVANTD--YOUAT THE EU WITHA EMP)TO - mente half interest in girls fitr all kinds office bs work. Cages, the romt paid. Cornepr ae.end and Jackson street. 17 ,'tWANWED-AXD-MALE CANl E FO.A. F slver, nicleman of intelli, cooper and brass patin that s warranted to arst car oryears, tion inevery city and str metalwn tleware, jewelry, etc . Light and easIly ( 4handled, no expensa. reqred to operate them, an be carried by hand with ease from ho mes to hsent office, me grip aekirls for achel. Agents are Ehakig money rapidl. 'ALhey sell to a most everllin our sne h ouse and family and woringhop. Cilhea, dunrble. emple and as pwithin the ro, th of hnevery one xpense almo.t netntly, eruat them. t tinet new work. Send for circultr, e.tc. Queen ty Silver and Nickel Plating Co.. Eat St. Louis. Ill Olt 11- ENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR Il N'IT-LARGE ELEGANTLY FUR Sni-hd corner room; suitable for two persons, 22 North Rcdtey sireieti. lgU0Ht Ik:NT-FUlRNIS.HED FRONT JROOM1[ with bath; board if desired. 50J Sixth ave nue. 1 OR IRENT--NIC'LY FURNIMHED FRONT room: modern conveniences. 50 South Rodney street. | 0!b hENT--IAIRGE FRONT ROON . MOD ern conveniences; 17 Sonth Rodner. FOR RENT-TWO NICELY FUhINISHED l. rooms with or without board at 5S9 hills dale e reet. 'Olt RENT---THitEE ROOMS. FUBNISHKD ooomltl i for housekeeping; cars pass the door. 614 Iollins avenue. OKIt RENT -FURNISHED ROOMS, $5 TO I $10 per month. 212 North Rodney street. IOR IIEN't--NI(EL.Y FURNISHED 1109M, F one gentleman. $6 per month. 562 High land avenue. near I avis. [;OR HENT- C-('OMfORTABLY FURtNISHEDf .1 riint at reasinal rates. Ilarory block. (,rand treet. Next dour o tlut.l llona. BOARD ANti ROOW OFFIPIREIl. .O RIiNT -IOOMS AND BOARD 00 Warren stroet. corner Sixth ave. I'Olt ItENT HOOM IN PRIVATE; FAMILY with or without board at 505 Ewing street. tFORi RENT--1)VitI.LlNui. FOl' .LENT --11 HiRIT B. ltLELD CO(0 SThonmpslon block opposite (rand C(entral (,itel, have thIe largest list of houses and rooms for ront in the cily. ',)t. I iI,:bT--VERY DEILRAIHLE IRttil i ence. iins, rooms,C on Rodney atreet near Sixth avenus. Stele & Clemeonts. ;01i ItEN'rT tIX-ROOM FIRAME 1IOULSI ON F-l.voenth aveuse. 1t0 per month. Steele & I'l omnenl. S aUlt I,!lN'Tf--UNMUEi NI MAI 10014 AND, apartments of all kinds and in deslrable Iovit.ivOe. at$4 t. $1 pe0r room. Call and exam in ouir list. Walla. & 'lthurnburgh. Deenver bsi!dint. FOJ. RENT --MINCLGEI. AN ROCIN SURpl IENT-H'I'rot. ON MAIN STREET' •-large ando dlirable cheap rent W. U. Ugi (Gold block. oll RI(ENT--H'l'Ol. OR OFFICo(: ROOM IN I piier AMain ereut. Steel, do Clements. 1,011 l:ENT UNFU hNIMHlo IOV M4i 1N opera holoei eoele & Cdleuoneuts. IONNI. TO LOAN. O 1n.. O LAN--O IIEIENA HEAL ismtae. ndward C. lnuetl. in Pittsaburgh M awl faris priuperty. Wm die Lacy. eeaildv, IthhNIY ' I lOAN ON IMI'llVIE, (FAiM .and city pirolperly at resUnable rates of iiitereot I-bet , ' I'lnamnt.. S(JNISe "'i I IAN -HPl|iIE u'r R. H|ll':eD & Si ,., 'Ilhomi.,n block. opnolle Grand Cen tral hotol. lohn Irfom 50 to 10,t0. NONEY 'T'O LOAN--LL . 1'ALME+L . "B . dv.. I~y l, b . oNi'..Yi uo L.N---me LE CLf IMEN'rL. 1 ! nlln to t. low rae of interesmt, l. seoiwuleoa. no Intureet In sdlasoe. tu delay. FRANO.AME1RIGAN FOOD G0.'S ----FRENCH SOUPS, SPEGIAL SPRING PRIGES. JO) F.ll Quart Cans 40 Cents .. . . . . .--,:,.- - - - -..._.. .. . MCOOK TURTLE, OX TAIL, CONSOMME, E NAoM EO.U N, Full Quart Cans 35 Cents JULIENNE, ETC., 20 KIND& BACH, CORY & C0., Fine Grocers and Liquor Dealers, Helena, Monataiia., FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. h Of TALL-NdW WELL-BUILT BitICK oueix mm hall, pantry and oloaets. tOraner Fith and monts"sanns, Small edh xPymP et, bano. o installments. Inquire a 111 la•ke stree. FOR SALE-GOOD FIVV-ROOM HOUSFi heap: rnlleash lpayment, balaoe install ments. iO9 Altastreet. OR SALE.- FOUR BOOM HOUSE ON South S itdney, $800; $200 down, blanc on long time. Address X. A., this omee. FoR HALE-S2,500; TWO-STORY RESIDENCE of seven rooms: water on both floors- stable and outbuildiangs: Ninth avenue, between Bieatti and i sleigh; this is a bargain. ISteele & Clem enta FOR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK residence on west side. only two blocks m Main street; fronts on two streets; very cheap. Steele & Clements. OR BALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK Shouse on Spencer at4eet. near Rodney, only FOR BALE-8.8.4 sMs, 8-ROOM BRICK. c . wate, ate, on tae, gat street; o. e1, 42x88, raesmirlk. sellas ea. on livt tore grlbeaso aet a ts $rew , 5t1o 0 f.eet name&house on d ffl. It S. Mreb 'OR BALE-ELEGANT RESIDEINCE ON d west side at a bargain; ten rooms, farnaoe bath room and all modern fittings; good barn and on tbildings. Wm. Moth, agt. L;OR SALE-TWO SIX-ROOM HOUSES ON west de; easy terms atr new school building, foundry dad elotr lines. Wa. Math, agt. FOR SALE-0FIFTY FEERT ON HELENA avenue near foot of Iodney at three-fourthu actual value Steele & Clements. FOR BALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH i Main street 100xl1 feet, fronts on three streets; will he sold at a great sacrifice. Steele A Clementa LOR SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON prominent avenue; haa all modern improve, ment and is in good condition; price very low and terms to siti a map. W. . Cox. lold block. FOR SALE-I HAVE SEVEItAL NICE RS idenees on the west side for sale at differ ent prims and terms. Partiesl wishing to boy a home will o wellto cll ande swhat I can oh. Ter. Win. Mlth, agt. FOR SALE--IENTAL PROPERTY IN OIRG Sinl townsite; will sell on eaorsy terms, at a great sacrlfice, improvedl property on blnluf street and on tine street. STeele & Clements. OfI BALE--ONE OF THi FINlEST ran ied ine Montana, 2,(M sores. avery are mn birrigatle and have abundance of watot tine range on every side, good market for Iever thing produced, good imoprovements; will beI sod it a great bargain. W. I. Cox, Gold blok. 0.1O b.ALElo--Lt AN U ACIIEAGE AT KAL ispelo, the new railroad town in the Flat heed valley. Vm. Moth, act. ]OR SALE -:H OICE RESIDENCE LOTS IN ORanaer addition at very tow prioe. Win. Muth, rgt. O SALE--LO W-A CHOiCE BUILDINO .l ot facing on _Broadwater hotel groands (eastfront) Wm. Math. sagt 0Oll SALE-$1,8l00, 5xil2 F ET 4-I1100M .Lfraame house, liroadwater motor line, $6.500, 60xlO feet, -room frame houe 5 feet double frontage on Benten and Park avenue, business Propyrty; $5,000, IllO84x110 feet, 8-room frame houe on Lawrenca street; 86:,000, IOl40 fset, 0-room brickl hones on Eleventh avenue. F. b. French & FORl SAL;;--8,o. 40x100 FEET, 1-nOO0 brick, bath, cellar, eta, ga ixture. double frontage on two streets. sl French A CO. "FOR AALE--$1,800, 5x134 4-ROOM FRAME - onDakota avenue; 00, 60x14, I-room frame hance, Blake street; $4,000, 42x88 feet 0-room brick on Sxth avenue, Beattis; P8>)lt $5ax8 feet, 8-room Oruek on Beattie strect S. S. French A tC. Ol t SALE--FOR $300 rGOOD BUILDING 1 lot 60x)SO on South end of Roainey street, address box 777. city poetotfi.e. LORl hAlE--- dAxli0 FuTl ON LY7.IDALE -- avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele 5 Clements. L Oll SALE -:l.i'LAN Ir HESII)ENCE(' ON Madison avenue, west side, east front, lot 125x200 feet; cash buyer can secure a gresa bar gain. teels &. (.lmentes FUO. .-ALE--., 500 140 FEE. 5-110OOM - frame house a ."rthth avenue'; 8,500, 0xlt0 fest. 1-room brack house on Eighth avenues 1.000 42x10 feet. 5-room frame honee on Bruad, way;/: 2.)0. 46x1000 feet, 5-room brick bans. corner, Broaodway. l. . French A Co. FORl BALE,--N,;W W SIX-,:O :00P O1 E a. SBrocadwater addition. only one block Irou electric rmetor small Faymnnt down, .tlauoo inqtellmente. SMtle o& Clment,. frOo house, a corner on Warren stoes 4d,500, 75a150 feat. 8-reom stone house on Maci Lonavenue; $1,100, 40x(1 feet. I-room fram' onse, corner on Chaucer street; 6:;.1U0. 40xlt.I feetl, -room frame house on Chaucer street. E. .. P rench , Co. OIUJLALE--CI-tN1,tL i LUt' IlOal'5, on bras Sresidence astreet in the city; fill view of the east side and volley. Addres hb 1117. city poatofllce FOR SAI,E-MlISCIFI,LANEOU;. -OR SAILE--A FINE ('AIIiIA(iE HORS8; bright bay. black poin's: 1.241 pounds; right ears; work sangl or double gentl, safe, re iisblesnd tound. Addres &. A. tticgelmsn, Townsend, Mont. -UINESS CHANCtE-A IlOTEL DOIN( All - excellent business. central loeation, first clmes furniture, nearly new; diuinj and kitlchen equilpments for t100 guoests; only 82.000 cash, bal ancre on time. Owner has larger IUtsrest. and moat eliapoe of this. Address ilerbert .L Heed. halley hiock. 1;Olt SALE-A TW }-HOIISHE POWERl S'TEAM l engie. Rice & Whitaere, 'hicago. N, YOI, with pipes aol whistle, i,rlee 861 rash. at the lelontaa rest Zltuong, land 18 North Warren. The engine is in perfect eidor, ase .ol as new. OR SALl- -RETAIt, IlRULiT AND 'LRI d-uce bueiee- In ne ,,f thle best towL ill (luewest. A splantlid openinf for a live ice;; will; thy unecrlary ralitlal. lrecolhelnt Irl,:c for sliog. Address 41. Y. l.. isis Inle .ueprdon t PFO:ALE-ttL-AN UP'LtII|T PIANO. (;ALL -p11 8ALI:-AT A BARtIAIN, ItI;ARDilNi e ~ .h , sdi e god busines: eeed kletlon; ;good reaoce for sellng. Adets U.A., this ,aaee. IOR RA,.-1 ýYMit LLANiD bl. 4nore atd buagg Inqie 1030 Eleventi arenue. J olt ALAL--HAhLET & OUMSThN PIANO pellent ondition 0: alto houehol furniture; owner going away. 4l21 Hemlooka etreet, ; OR IALE-BRAND NltW dINGRit BRW ig mechiue, healp; never bena ned., Ad ao 12 this offi. OR1 8ALE--CHEAP; A YOUNG GCOD horse, uitable for bk or buggy. No. a18 Banders street. FOB A.E8r-SCiaktAtDSP IN THU ON -'F"OR I.L.--sCIIQL& alHP IN_ T'HS HRL y ot Bsinem t~o ae. all at this sfiaw. FoR t AlFE-- 4TABLISBH1I MERCANTI bdnsle s with A large trdea will trade or improved Leat estate in elena. Steele & Clem ante. MISClOLLANEOIJS. CAME TOMY RANCH. FOUR MILKS ROM SHelena, uo.t the middle of January, a brown mar, mule with twoiwhite spots on back. Owner can have the isme by roving properly and s y ing chargesll Hugh slent. PECIAL INVSTMINT-A PARTY IN THE Smpetr,y f a grcaspin corporaeion is desiron· o eaterin Into egolation ith a reonsibl man who can commend $OiO5 casht, to the prqie otiaon of a bsnees that will reio from5,00 to 810,000 cash inside of sixty dayse. Thi buinesa is a speialty, capital E lwaya in bands of i. vestor, a subtoranate having entire control. For personal interview, Addres A. B. this of 11A])AME DELOARDA. EGYPTIAN FOR tune-teller; can be consulted on all businese of importance; locates mimne tells remulta of lawsuits and matrimonial venturea, etc. 19 Eait State street. Consultation, $2. OANTItD-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE with five r six rooms with bath: rent must be reauonable. Addrese 1., Glaind Central hoteL WtANTED-AGENTS, LADIES AND GEN V tlemen, to take ordet for Montana IDreasm Ml ufacturing Co.l onommiesion w2 as order. Corner Lawrence and Park, W ANTED--TO TRADE 8 ACRES NEARf Grat FaA l for Helena peropety. oteslO& Clement WANTD--A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF d 0 inside property njust tie thl. ora reoel fate: close to Main street. Wm.Mts. W ANTED-A BUYEI FObR A PAIcITED tractof the beet residence ptpetty on west side; price way.down; half l bao Jan lin one year. Wm. Moth, agent. VWANTE-TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE with furnace Mand bath room complete for p 000. CaL and sea planse we know they wti suit. Wallace &Thornburgh. Denver building. LOR TRADE--UNIMPROVED PROPERTY to trade for equity in improved. SJteel A Clemente -TOR TRADE-IMPROVED PROPERTY TO Stradetor unimproved. Steels & Clemelts. -TA7AISTED-THE OWNER OF A LARGE VV body of low rade. free milling gold ore wants a capitalist who will build a mill on the property for a halt interest. Apply to Wm. -uth. Wt. ,.AN'IlEJ--A CUSTOMERt 'lOl ONE OM . the fnest rsidence sites on west side; price low for rash. We. Muth. WALTER MIIAYHLESON'S LISY. 7 5-IOT ON DAVIS STutEET, 50140. $150--evel lot on k'par~a street, 25xl50. 50 eaoh--2 lota in Broadwater addition, $100 down. $i50-finS level lot on east side. 2:x140, $100 down. .550--lod residence lot. 41x100, on Alta street. t10--lot on Hlihland, o50x00, alley. 800--fine corner, 50xll., on l'eosta avenue. 0950-lot on Fifth avenue, between Raleigh and Iioback. gl,lut0-lot en Jefferson, 6411lO, with alley. $805--nest brick dwelling on tooth Rotlney, $150 down, Sl,&50-ottage on Eighth aveneo. near electrlic line, 200 dlown $t i0-5.rorom dwelling and large barn, Peosta avenue. $200 down. Si.50i--5-room dwelling on Division street, O$200 down. $1.50-i-'mmodiousr dwelling on Boulder ave. S.,250---roOm dwelling on Peieta, lot 30xt., S104 down. $22.05---brlck dwelling in Easterly, 5 rooms, finished in oak. $!:r, down. :3.250--Dr;ok .t.neored dtweiling In Easterly al dillton. just finslu'd. 7 lrgo rooms, bath, fully c, nipped: hot ald cold water, lot 42i100, willth alley, $50 dlow:. 1.7510--8-room; brick in iEasterly, handsomely decorated beth room with extra goo.l plnmbint, furnace: finishled in red wood: very fine, new. $L:0 down. F0,81:0- desirable residence on Fifth avenue. hall,? rooms, bas:h room, lhot and culi witar, na, furnaoe. ronug s.ewer con.ection. $1.00 t37,500--beat cheep ranch in Montana, nearly ilt;0) acres, ampleo water, fully eq ,ipped. kl!,5.i down, balance 5 years. *.2,ti00--40-aoru hay ranch on Big Blackfoot and Nevada creek. MoNEY To lOAN. $2?,000, $2,5100, $,00( andl 8,000 local mo;sy at 10 per cent. WAL'TEIt MATHI ,lleN. 059 N. Main street. BALK (OF BONDS- $15,000.00 lY TIlE TOWN Sof R eihart. Meagher connty, Mont. 'rThe board of aldermen of thie town of Neihsrt will, on the 23.1 'lay of August. .. D. leO!. at the oleice of the elm k of said town. at the hour of eight o'clock p. o . teceive cralel proposals and .ill to the lihiiaht birller for cash. $15,000,0oo. of I Noibart IHnds. for the purl.roe of purchasing a a:te end bluilding lthereon a city hall andJall anld the poroheeo of lire aplparstu. '1l h bons are is uedt under sub-division 9ii of seet.ion :1 .of tihe compuiled code of 1847, and amendments thrrete,, bonds to bear interest not to exgedi eight per cent. ani payable ten years from date of issae. i he right is reserved to relert an antd all Iids. I'ropoeals should be addreasl to hihard Itentrtt. Neill art. Mont., andi endlorsed "'propo cal for bonds." 1y orlder of the board of alldermen of the town olf Nethart, blunt. HICHhD HfnN5'I'lI', 'l own Clerk. S'tt)(KI~IOLtFlRw MERETING-T'HP AN N lAlh n isuLing of the sticmkholtere of tim Mo1ta5mm -ineral l lnd Development ronipsny. for the eeleleon of trustees anddirectors, anll such otler btunes asm may oume ieors thent, will te hsll at tih oflice si the company in the tlil Iy block, in the city of elelona Miontana on Weonesday, August 2, 1092. at il a. m. -. D. CUIlTIII, W. ( srleO r Ls, Preelesot. Sacretary, s toc So.tlof t Mao Minain & niltln o pnaor w ol be held ba the e t th.e e oenomta it antatf, n e.e ay, the M'tlr 0 usly. 180', at two 'clodJc p. 00t., f said dam, to the purppee of snumitting to aaoh etook hoid6 aprop..ition to inoreae the capital tock 5 t Mao Mining & Millinlg comlpany to the amoun of four hundred thousand (400,000) shares, of th par value of eve dollar.a (S) per sharel the pr et capital stoock of said company be.g thb hundred thousand (800,000) shares of tho vIue of fve dollars (S5). By order of the board of trustees. A. McLEAN, President. M. a. MALEALN. 8eocreta,. J. CO. Mc(lANI, A. McLEAN, H. A. MACLEAN, Dated Helena. Johe 14. M rity of Trustees. THE GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROIITB TBE DINING CABR LINS PILLIAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE, Pullman snrvioe daily between Chiosgo, h.. Paul. Montana, and the 'aotlfo Nortweatl e twd tm. tl Paul. Minneapolis and Mis aet, Barw Dakota and Matitobah int., THE POPULAR LINE. taC oneolonist li TELLOWITONI PARE ROUTU smadest aeerso lt seven states. THROUGE TICKITE LIeAsela t eal soupon offices of the North Facile llroad to pointe North, lSot. 8oa and West, in the Unitd dlte. an d CO t TIMU SCEIIDULm. TRAINS ARRIVE AT EnniA. o. 1. Pacifo Mail. west bound ........ I:sl. . SAtlanti mall. east bound........10:0p. 0o .. an ad Hlenhta passe enge -op l Xat Logan with traL Na , te expn Weeastbo nd.... :1.... 0 p. O No. P Ga eon a nd Hleua p :. ennotiuc at Garrison with tr.,in S 4 Atlmtt0 ecere eastbo ud..|12: pnm. Pa. S r passenger...,...... ..ll: a S10. M ln aoonodation..... 6:46 p mm No. 9, Winkes, unlnder and UElkotr sen r .......... .... 5:40 p. sa N]o. 111, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed ne.dyrs and ridays ................. :00 p. ee TRAIN} DEPART FR0OM 1 LENA. No. 1, Pscti. Mail west bound........ :50p in Nao. B. Atatic Matl. sat boutld;..;.... 10:85 Ai m Ne. 6. Hdle.m and Logan avseeCer. ;oeneoting at Logan with tain SNo. 4 Atlantic express eastbound... 1:10 p. a No. 5. helena and Garrison passeng.r. connecting at Garrison with train No. i. Pacific exlprere westbound.... 2:15 a. lin ao. 7. Masreville passenger............. :45 s. a o. 9, Maryville accommodation.......0 p. m Na I., Wiork, Boulder n Elkhorn Pas e ner ............ ............. 7:6l5 a Ne. 101. Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and F'ridays .................. 8:15 . a For flate., Maps, Time Tablsa or speeela Information apply to Chas. 5 eae, Oehtral a. L. SMITII, Passeger and Ticket Agent, Pt. Paule Geoneral Agent of the Northern Paoifio It. B. at IIELENA. MONT. WIVINDSOI I OTE SE 411, 41. 41, 417 Lower Main Street, Helena uropean and American plan. xeoilleno a Veord ond (iood Arcomnodations. Pleatnl ious a e d Steam (leat. Modern tonvenienue.t P. A. GINCHEREAU. Proprietor. RATES: $1 to $2 PER DAY, J. L. SMITH, Freifht and Transfer Line HIELENA, MONTANA. All kind~ or merchandise and other frethtse Inclndil ores. promptly transferred from the depsot. Orders will reirve prompt assenti Oinke et J. PFeldbelgs lItore and at the dCae. a -PATENTS. _ a United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittsburgh Block. Helena, Moles IOVEY & BICKEI CIVIL AND MININIG VIGINEERSI ROOMS 24, 36. peotasse Naileed BklCI, I k oi.taDL.