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The Helena independent. [volume] (Helena, Mont.) 1875-1943, August 07, 1892, Morning, Image 2

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S1!1 a.nd tUtford re'
fkTb s a toat
thee. al deIelopment
' 3,010 in money, eattle,
ot and ranches changed
1 S here on the 29th. Other
rainaed for large stakes.
Wre all beates on Friday.
Sbve so far earned and are
t malttaia a reputation for
with all comers.
improvements will be made
before the nest races come of,
in about two weeks.
sad Hotel Gaylord will change
Ia a afew days. Manager Barta reo
Ii . The same servie will be retained.
WHEELMEN'S MEET.
$.let at Prisee in the aces-& Gooed &t
tendanee Promised.
the frst state meeting of wheelmen of
Mountana this week in Helena promises to
be well attended. The local club has heard
'rom many wheelmen in different parts of
the atate who may they will be here to take
part. F. H. Talbott, William Ginette and
William Levy arrived from Butte yesterday
afternoon on their wheels. They were en
tertained by some of the Helena wheelmen
at the Broadwater and will remain during
the state meeting. Following is the pro
gramme of raoes and prizes:
FIRST DAY.
. Half-mile novice rac,
'iret prize, gold medal, by Helena Wheool
men: $10.
Fecond prioe, pneumatic bicycle saddle, by
Dr. iT. J. Naito.
( Ono mile open race.
First prize, silk hut, liabeook & Co., $8.
Second ui prize, iderby hat. $5.
. Quarter-mile raio for boys nunder 1.
First prizoe, bicycle lll, by Hi, 11. i'r'&a. $Sr.
Fecond prize, three silk ties, by J Feldberg,
*$2.2,.
4 Quarter-mile novice rare.
First prize, silver modal, by Helena Wheel
min, $l)
eeoand prize, L. A. W. pin, by I o. G. Duer
fhlt. 38
f One nmile club ebampionhlp,. (Helena
Whbelnlotl only.)
First p.i.e, gold medal, by Helena Wheal
mon. $211.
- HelfP-mnile race. 1:,0 class.
First prize, silk umbrella, by Goas & Klein,
aS.
Second prize, bicycle shoer, by Montana
Shoo 'o. ,, . 5.(1
. Half-tmile open race.
F'irst prize, bicycle suit, made to order, by
tostun t'lothing housea. ll.
Second prize (not assigned).
. ¶1 wo mile lap race.
Fir.t prize, kodak, by Holler Hardware Co.
Second prize. Slcoum tennis racquet, by
Journal Plublishaing to, $i.50.
SECONID PAY.
I Quarter-mile open race.
kirst plrize, go.d medal, by Hotel Broad
Rater. $20.
Fcond tirizoe. (not sesigned).
10. One mile ordinary race.
First prize, hat, by ieed. Craig & Smith. $5.
Second prize, bicycle lamp. by M. H. Bryasn $
11. HaLf-mile club championship (Helena wheel
men olnly).
First prize, gold medal, by Helena Wheel
men, -12.
12. One mi'o race, four minute else,.
First prize, one dozen cabinet photos, by
Taylor. $i.
Second prize, box of cigars, by Woodman &
andersa. $3.
1L Halt-mile handicap.
First prize, gold medal, by Sons of Veterans
Second prize. (not assigned).
14. Qoatter-milo club championship, (Helena
t hellmen only).
First prize, silver medal,. by Helena Wheel
nmen. $6.
11. One mite handicap.
First priz , chronograph. , no-fifth sec,, min
register, by Helena Jewelry Co.. $12.50.
Feced prize. (not aasigned).
16.. Half-mile consolation rare.
First prize, three campaign silk handker
chiefs, by Loeb & Bro., -3.
Second prize, bicycle shwe, by Uncle Sam,
$2.50.
MONTANA EXHIBITS.
Some or Those That Will GO to the Great
Fair. 1
- Fair.
Secretary Ramsay, of the board of
World's fair managers, sent out circulars
pome time ago asking the farmers through
out the state to make exhibits at Chicago,
and requesting the mine owners to have
photographs taken of their works for the
same purpose. The answers are already
coming in. Superintendent Thomas Weir.
of the Granite Mountain, writes that he is
in correspondence with photographers who
have taken views of the works, and will
secure whatever good rictures he can. Gen
eral Agent Charles G. Griffith writes that
the smelters at Great Falls and Helena are
making improvements and will comply with
the request as soon as the changes are com
plete. Photograps of the Bi-metallic
works have already been received and W.
A. Clark promises to send pictures of the
plants under his control. Mayor Fyhrie
agrees to send photographs of the Lone
Pine mines and works, with two square
blocks of ore, each weinhing 100 pounds
and a silver brick of 100 ounces. Fine
specimens of asbestos from the Jumbo
mine in Gallatin county have been re
ceived.
The farmers are also responding liberal
ly. A. ,ullivan of Dillon. M. H. Lott of
.Twin Bridges, Byron Wood of Deer Lodge,
J. W. Wilkinson of Bozeman, Wm. Strong
of Mliles City. J. H. Baker of Ennis and
M. L. Haskins of Willow Creek, have
agreed to send samples of oats, wheat,
grasses, barley, etc.
"McCarthy's Mishaps."
A treat to theater-goers is in store
for Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
next, when the famous Ferguson & Mack
company will present at the opera house
the farce, "McCarthy's Mishaps." An ex
change says: "McCarthy's Mishaps" has
been presented as competently as its mater.
ial justilied or permitted. It has obviously
been sent out by a shrewd anange , who
has accurately gauged the drift of the mul
titudes who help to supnort the stage of to
day, and no doubt it will make some money
for its projectors. The Bridgeport P'ost
says: 'To attempt a descliption of "McCar
thy's Mishaps," as produced at Proctor's
Grand opera house last night, would be a
herculean task. 'Those who saw it are
lauChing yet, and cannot have it mentioned
without colng into eonvu!sions of laughter.
You ought to have seen it? is what they all
say. i'here is singing, dancing and funny
silm without end. The piece will be pre
sented again this evening and to-morrow
afternoon and evening. Those who want
to laugh as they never laughed before
should go and see it.
A Peculiar Mituation.
GUTnmrIe, O. T., Aug. 6.-A peculiar sit
-ation exists in regard to the removal of
cattle frlo the strip. The commander at
Fort Ieno hna been ordered by the secre
tary of war to remove all cattle from the
tirip. Goe. Humphrey, of KansasR later or
dered the slheriffs of all bordnIer counties to
:eep all cattle out of the stat(, and now
Gov. Seay. of Oklahoma, ha; telegraphed
inatructions to every she iff in Oklahomra,
to prevent at all hazartr tihe lassnae of
such cattle throu:,h the counties of Okla
homna. An anrne posse is on duty on each
county line and overy cow that crosses into
Oklahoma will be killed.
Iron tloulders in Convention.
ST. P'AUL, Aug. 6.-The international
aonveontion of iron moulders adopted reso.
lutions denouncing the l'inkerton system,
condemning the Carnegie Steel company
and sympathizing with the Ilonhestead
strikers. The government is called on to
see justice done, the militia is denounced
5a always arrayed on the aide of capital
ardainst labor, the moulders aro directed
rot to connect themselves with any mili
tary organization.
Firat Reports Too If igh.
BJanrivNo:rAM, Ala., Aug. 6.-Official re
turns from forty counties show steady
gains for Kolb over unotticial returns, which
gave Jones a majority of 10,00(). Jones
now leads Kolb by about 7.000. In several
counties the boxes were thrownr out, net
ting Kolb a loss of nearly logot in his moa
jorities. It his gains continua at the pres
ent ratio, he cannot fall below Jones more
than 5,000 and hardly so low. A great
mamy equteats were filed.
TWO RHELENA RAILROADS.
Ehaet on the N, P. of a a N.-U. P. Ar
ransetneat.
(Ctroaoo, Augl. 6-The Great Northern
iliway people are impatient to enter the
PaeflB coast trade. Their line is now com
pleted to Spokane, but it will take ten
months to reach the coast. The manage
ment is seeking to make a iramio arranee
ment with the Union Pacific for plaoing a
through service on the line at once. This
would precipitate sharp competition be
tween the Great Northern and Northern
Pacific in transcontinental traffic. A con
saltation with Union Pacific officials=
looking to the proposed arrangement, is
now psoereesing at Omaha. If efcted war
in passenger and freight rates is looked for.
A RATE WAR.
Will Not Foellow an Amleable Arrange.
meet Between the Two lance.
ST. PAUL, Aug. 6.-In regard to the re
port that a rate war was in prospect as soon
as the Great Northern was extended to the
coast, General Passenger Agent Whitney
says the Great Northern never has taken
that position. "It has always been a firm
supporter of legitimate tariffs and I don't
apprehend that its course will be changed
by any addition to its system. The Great
Northern is not compelled to rely upon re
duced tariffs for business. It will eot that
upon its merits as a railroad in the future,
as it has in the past."
The following statement of the relations
of the (Gent Northern and Union Paacife
was made by a high official of the former
road: "i'here seems to be a misapprehen.
sion with reference to the connection be
tween the Great Northern and Union Pa
cifc at Spokane. Under the forither ad
ministration of the Union Pacific, conneo.
tions and interchange of traffic was desired
with this company when it extended its
lines through to Spokane. The prresnt
management of the Union Pacific do not
think the connection desirable, which de
cision is entirely agreeable to our company.
Our own line to the Puget sound country
will soon be completed, when it will be able
independent of any connection to handle
transcontinental trafe."
Sensation at a Hop.
New YonK, Aug. 6.-A special cable from
Moscow says a most tremendous sensation
was caused last night at the grand ball of
the officers of the czar's hussars, by Lieut.
itattovich shooting Prince Nicholas Susato
ich, a brother officer, who was waltzing
with the lieutenant's affianced. The prince
fell dead, dragging the woman down with
him. tRattovich then blew his own brains
not. It is a clear case of jealousy.
Cooked and Ate a Poisonous Snake.
HanonDsnuaO, Ky., Aug. 6.-Near Buena
Vista a family named Molntyre and a Mr.
Cook ate cabbage for dinner and were taken
with pains which caused the death of four
of the family and Cook in a few hou:se.
Looking for the cause of the suadden deaths
it was discovered that a snake of the
spreading viperous species had been cooked
in the pot with the cabbage. How the rop
tile got there no one knows.
Silver Dolegates.
WARnmo.roN, Aug. 6.-The president, be
ore leaving for Loon lake, selected five
delegates to represent this country in the
international monetary conference, but
lheir names were not announced. Senator
ones, of Nevada, is known to be one and
bhe list prbhbly includes H. W. Cannon. of
New York, F. A. Walker, of Massachusetts,
ru-Senator Hill, of Colorado, and Senator
ai lisle, of Kentucky.
Shot Her Lover.
GuTRmuI, O. T., Aug. 6.-At midnight
fate Patterson, of Crescent City, walked in
ser night clothes with a double-barreled
hotgun to her lover's house, called him out
ad shot at him. She then placed the muzr -
le of the gun in her mouth, and with her
rare foot pulled the trigger, blowing her
rains out. Her lover was unharmed.
ealousy is said to have been the cause.
Legislative Halls Deserted.
WASHINGTO., Aug. 6.--Rows of empty
eate. desks littered with documents, heaps
f waste paper, dirt and e. heavy, oppress
we atmosphere, with a senator or congress-2
nan wondering aimlessly in and out, are a
1I that remained at the capitol to-day to c
emind one of the Fifty-second congress.
early all the members have already gone
or are preparing to go home.
Will Stand tile Ezpense.
NEW YOeK, Aug. 6.--'he proprietor of an
illustrated periodical published in this city
has cabled rchiaparolli, at Milan, thyt he
will bear the expense of his visit to the
Lick observatory, California, if made in
the next three weeks to study Mars through
the great Lick telescope. The paper hopes
to welcome the world renowned savant in
two weeks.
tRedistricltng Michiilae.
LANsIro. Mich., Aug. 6-The legislatur.!
reconvened in special session this morning
to oass a reapportionment bill. The senate
this afternoon passed a bill reported by its
aiunortionment committee, and the house
passed what is known at the "White bill,"
presented the first session. Both bills are
satisfactory to the republnians.
Bishops Instructed.
RoMtE, Aug. 6.-The prefect of the p ropa
ganda has written letters to Catholic
bishops of the United States urging them
to devote s1ecoial attention at the coming
cynod to the important question of parish
schools.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Hugh O(Donnell has been found in Boa
ton.
The stallion Clay Pilot, valued at $10,003,
is dead.
The mother of Frances E. Willard died
at Evanston, Ill., Saturday night.
The Joseph whitelead works at Joplin,
Mo.. were burned Saturday. Losse, $200,000.
The big gold train passed through Ogden
on time. No one was allowed to approach
it.
Seth B. Stephens was arrested at Ogden.
He is thought to be leader of a gang of
opium smugglers.
Senator Hill did not call on Mr. Cleve
land at Buzzard's Bay Saturday, as was re
ported he would do.
Secretary Foster opened the republican
presidential campaign at Vermnillion. O.,
with a long speech on financial subjects.
Archbishop Ireland is displeased at the
revval of the rumor that be is to be made
n cardinal. 'I he rumors have no founda
tion, he says.
John Day fed Henry Shrylock into a
thlshing machine at Saeliu, Ohio, causing
hics nstrnt death. John Shrylock killed
Day with a pitchfork. John is in jail.
I ady :axondale and Iady Bess are the latest
inis,.rIi tie t ourt of Lonldou series. Ii el.o e
liias Ia tte conrpleto line at atc per volume.
All kinds if dress linings at Fowles' cash store,
Dyrpepsla.
That nightmare ofman's existence which
mnakei food a mockery and banishes sleep
frton wear- eyes, readily yields to the po
tent influence of the celebrated English
Dandelion 'onic. It tones up the digest
ive organs, restores the appetite, makes as-
similation of food possible and invigoratoes
the whole system, All druggists sell it at
$1 per bottle.
The Bee Slive hba a large line o decorating
burnting and ltage at reasonable pricee.
Are You NuSfering
From back ache, inflammation of the blad
der, b ick dust deposit or stone in theblad
der, or in fact any derangement of the
kidneys or rminary organs? If thus afflicted
do not lose time and waste money on worth
less liniments and worse plasters, but strike
at the seat of the disease at once by using
the greatest nil of known remedies, the cel
ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to
take, purely vegetable. batisfaction every
time.
-the ordlina
S p il. Troub.l
when you take t
'a and trouble wha
•souve ,t i
1 unpleasantness
a U but mighty litth
i th Deoctol
, a \ Plce'e Pleasani
s teouble. They'remadeto preventit, Theyh
n the original little Liver Pill, tiny, s
coated anti.bilous granules, purely vegeta
ble perfectly harmles, the smallet, euals
and best to ake Tey cleanse and regullate
the wholo system, in a natural anda.s
.way-mildly sid gently, but thorougthly
and effectively. One little Pellet for a lax.
ative-three for a cathartic. Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion,
Bilious Attacks, and all derangelhents of th
liver, stomach and bowels are prevented,
relieved and cured.
They're the cheapes. pill you can buy, fos
n they're guarmnteed to give satisfaction, os
your money is returned.
i You pay only for the value received.
y Can you ask more
I TRH MARKETS.
iT FOtlK.
0- Nw VYSe. Aug. 6.-Bar silver. 85
A Copper-Steady; lake, $11.50I11.60.
Lead-Steady; domestic. $4,0534.10.
In the stock market trading was almost en
a tirely professonal, with a drooping tendency in
e prices, the whole list being down fractional
r amonuts. The close was dull, heavy at near
lowest fitures.
Governments-Dull and steady.
'etroleum-Pennsylvania September, closed
t 38%o.
closiang Closing
U. B. is coupon....l116 Oregon Nay,....... 79
Paslfo a.......... 107 Paclfic Mail....... 8419
Atchison......... . 39% Pullman Palace... 196
American Exp.... 119 etding........... l0
Canada Pao....... 88 Rok Island....... 80
Canada Bouth..... 59 St. Paul........... 8311
Central Pacific.... 30 Stt. Paul & Omaha 5.s,
Burlington ...... 102'; Texas Pacifi...... P 9a
Lahkawann. ... ..18 Union Pacific..... 83
D. & lt. t......... 489 U. L. Expreea.... 50
Erie................ .144 e'argo Excprese. ...12
Kansas ATexas... 2L;t',i Western Union.... 97!i
Lake Shore ..... 115s Terminal.......... 9
i'ville&Nash..... 7014 Lead Trust........ 401
Michigan Central.108 Oreg'n Short Line. 231i
Northorn Pacific.. 21 % t. . Western.... 3i
N. P. pre......... 58,s It. G. W.pref...... 71
New YorkCentral.ll.h I'. G. W. lsts...... 80
Oregon m....... 2314 Distillers.......... 4i1
Northwestern. ....117;
Money on call easy; closed offered at 1~:
prime mercantile paper 3140514: sterling ex
change, quet and eady:; sixty-day bills, .4.87;
demand, 54.8814.
S CtICARO CATTL
UtI.Aeo, Aug. 6.-Cattle---teelnte. 2 500.
steady; to-day's sales; natives. $8.0J5.00; Tex
ans, $.e0002.85.
Hoas--leceipts 6,000: active; strong rough
packers. [email protected]; good mixed $5.87(5.95;
price heavy and butcher's weights, $8.8600615;
light, $5.5.66. 05.
r leep--Roceipts, 2,000: steady, 'stockers, 3.00
,3.80: ewes. 34.00041.25; mixed. $4.50lh4.9O:
Texans. $4.25004.50: wethers, $5.0005.90; west
erns, $4. 5t4.75.
CiHIC('AO P'OltDU(ll.
ecninees. Aug. 6.-Close-Wheat-Firm; cash,
September. 7%no.
Corn-Higher; cash 52c: September. 51%o.
Oats-1 irm; cash, 830: September. 3I23c.
Barley- tic.
Pork-Firm: cash, $12.83; September, $12.9.
I ard-Firm: cash, $7.00; teptember, 47.80.
Shoulders-$7. t 0' .25.
Short clear--8.1544. 20.
Short rib--$8.0088.00.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-BIDS WILL
be received by Rev. Mother Superior Jo
sephine at St. John s hospital for the erection
of the orphans' home, ontl the first Satnrday of
August, at reven o'clhock p. m. Plans and speci
fications can be seen at J. L. LaDriere, 604
houth ltodaey street, city.
STOCKHOLDEltR MEETING--'THE AN
nual mseting of the stockholders of the
Helennaand Victor kining company will be held
at the offic of the company. room 2, Holter
block, in the city of Helena, Mont., on Tuesday,
the 10th day of August. 10)2. at 12 o clock, no, n,
for the eiection of trustees to serve during the
ensuing year. and for the tran action of such
other business as may come before the meeting
A. P. LOBERt.
Secretary.
OFFICF STATE BOARD OF LAND COM
missioner, Helena. Aug, 1. 12.--Notice is
hereby given that on the 3d day of September.
A. iD., 1092, the state board of land commission
ere will expo:e to public sale at the court house,
in the city of Helena,. the following real estate:
Lots 1. 3. 5, 7. , 11, 13. 15, 17,. 19, 20. 22, 24, 2.6,
27. 29. 31, 33. in Sec. 18. '1 10 N.. It 3 west. Each
of said lots contains turee acres more or lees, ac
cording to the plat thereof on file with the state
hoard of land commisvioners. and is situated
near the city of Helena, Lewis and Clarke
county.
Terms of sale: Thirty per cent cash, balance
in seven equal annual payments, with seven per
cent interest. payable annually, to be secured by
a good and sufficient bod. P'rovided, that the
purchaser may have the option of paying the
wholeamount in cash.
JOS. K. TOOLE.
Governor and President of the Board.
JOHN GANNON,
bupt. Pub, Inst. and eoc'y of the Board.
TO REV. W. . PASSAVANT, JRl.-YOU
are hereby notitied that the under. igned,
commiesian" r appointed b; the city council to
aseris proferty according to benefits, for the
,rening otl awrence street nacording to ordi
nance No. 140 of the city of Helens, naiproved
June 28. 1892, will meet at the city hell, in this
sity, on 'i hlsoray, the 25th day of Atnnet. 189.,
at t. roe o'clock ti. m. of said day, at which time
and plae you ill he given an olp, rtunily to
Ie heard, if yon so desire, relative to the assee-
m-nt to be mode by said comsmis:ionere upon
lots 1 2. X. 3 sr. d i in bock u 4'24 in the
Allen addition to the city of Helena, for the
opening of said Lawrence street.
T. P. FULLE ,
( hairman
O. B. TOTE.-.
MOSES MORRBIS,
Commissioners.
City hall. Itelona. Aug. 5, 1892.
ABBSESBMENT NOTICE-OFFICE OF THlE
" Helena and thutter company, rosm 1, liower
building, telena. Mont., July 2, 18nI.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
trustees of the Heo.esea nd Blutte com
pany, hold this 2M day of July. 1e9t,
an assessment of l:;) thsree cents per
share was letiad upon tie capital stock of said
lhelena and Butte company, payalsle on thesd
day of August, 1882. to h. id. Farrhen, treasurer
of said company. at tha company' office room
i. l',wer builsilu. in the city of Ilon. Iont.
Ant stock uposn vuhuch the assessment shall rev
main unpaid vn the 2d day of Eeptomber, 18"2,
shall he deemel delinquent and shall isduly
advertised f,,r sale at public auction, and inlerss
payment shall be made before. will bes old n
the 2d day of October, t1892, to pay delinquent
assessment, together with coat of dvertising and
expense of sale. JOIIN '1: MURPIHY'.
OTTO C. ZUECKLEIt. President
Secrotary.
VOTICE--IN THE FIRST JUDICIAL DIB
tract court, Lewis and Clarke county, stata
of Montanas.
Notice is hereby given that I:obert:P. P Wain
wright and t aroliue c'ox having hied in this
court tl elr petition. abking for an order and do
rtee of this coourt. directing and anthorizin thne
adlo.nintrator and administratrix sf the astlte
of lHnjanin C(. trooke, dlecasodl, to convey to
them all of block tihree hunoired and four (04)
of the Broloke addititn to th. city of lleleua, in
accordance with the terms of a certain bond and
untlertakini, ntadr, sexecntid end delivered by
said deceaseed in Is life time, on the 20th day of
July, ldh9, a copy of which is to s.id petition at
tanhed and made a p-rt thereof, :he hearing of
which hao been fimed byr said court for haturday.
the 30th danv of t}ptember. 1892. at ten o'clc'n a.
im. of said day at thne sort room thornof, at the
court haoue in the city of Helena, county if
I lwil ntld Clarke. and all percors intoretlol in
said tctate are notified then and there to ,,o,nar
uand honw cause, if any thlnr lto. why tlhe said or.
der and decree honuhl not be grantedl.
JOHlN BEAN. Clerk.
Ily C. VW BURTON. Deputy ( leok.
-imobor & :Pasch, attorneys.
Dated July 30, 1692.
ALIAS UMthlMON-('OUNTY OF LI'WI1
nnd ( larke ltate of Montana.
In ju.tice court, before '. W. I, letich,.r, jt
lice of the i.eaee (iorge F. ltay ani .lo , ucld
t.uskelly. co-partoerr doing blltinens under the
irntt, itlto and style of ltay & 'uskely, plain
tifto. vs. I. t Iv, .ofeltlant.
'he otate of Montana sends grootiug to the
abovo named defendant.
You artn Iorebhy retlutrel to appear In an action
brought agaityt youby thoab ove namntd plaintiff ,
It. lttltae court teaons r . %. .lt-l.lt.er. jlotlrit
ot tie1 pectn, anlll to nnwer to the ttClll'aiut
filed tltrein. witlhin forty duyo Ieucisilve of thtt
day of service) ir judgnment by default will Is
taken sgailtt you accurding to the prayer of
tail complaint.
l'le satd action is b.rought to procure jUdg
ount four the hum of 8211 for Inard and a unilntlng
fltrntlted and for goods, warcm and ntercthat
hee. -uld anrl deliveredt by pla.ntill to the du
feondant andhl thit cost, of this ault.
Andti you are hureby iotihed ttat it you fail tt
aPl'ar and answcr the saidl tontmplaill nt abov,
tequirel,. tint saidl plaintiff will lpply to tit
cturt for the relief demtundell in his tc'omtlaint
tiiven oendter lily hlnd and sa l tlhis
..EAL 811th tlay of July. i Ilthoear of our ILrd.
Sotne thousand eighlt hundred and ninety
two. t'. W.V k-I .1COIII.
Justice of the peace, in and for the county of
Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana.
SIrUIMTIONS WAN'TED,-.I.D ..-II,
WITUATIONI WANTED--E-IALtU
34vertisements ander tisd uead th e thus
-or i N .M this o dee s r re
Addres a O.hidrno
SITUATIfON WANTE D-AS COA tIN TE:
SIT .ATIUN WANT W--Y M1DDI)H.AG
w ldow a houketpe. for baoheor ota wi
owonA Address Ms. Wait reat old bs.
*AlTUATION WAlNTED--A LADY WISBHS
Sto do w tshing and ironing bythe da. Leave
orders at 517 ipencer street.
ITUATION WANPED--Y A COMPEITENT
Swoman, workby the dm or hour; willing
to do any kind of work. Addrets "Work," this
ol.Ice.
SITUATION V WANN'I.-MALIK
Advertiseematfs iaer sl head th ree time,
If.UATION WANr'ID-WOK OF ANY
.kind, ofice preerred; satifactory refer
ence. '. C. box 1i9.
|'UATIUON WYANTEU--A8 PORTRH R01
driver, or employment of any kind, by
married mta, aaed at. Addres A. C,, this otfio:
5I'JUATION WANT'ED--BY A lRINTEII; AM
a irst-clr.a newspaper man; rapid compos
itorand strictly sober and rotisbte. Address
I rinter, care of Miner. Butteo, Mont.
If It'LP WANTEID FT.AIALK
`VANrTI1)-A WOMAN WHO) IS THOR-t
S otughly competent to trim and lake orders
for ladies' hats. nut .ivo good roterence.
.Uod eaiary. Address illinery, Columbos,
Ohio.
WVANTED--- .HANDLEnt WANltI SIX
waiter girls, 2.1 each; one woman cook,
31. 24 Jhdwards street.
WVANTED--A 1,ITFLE GIRL 10 OR 12 YEARS
odfae to help with hoRse work for her
Itosrd and clothes; an orphan preferred; she
wit have a good home and he well treated. Ad
dress i. J. W., this office.
WANTED--(II tL TO DO GENI tAL HOUdE
work at 801 Y*wing street.
H1ELiP WANTEI)--IIAI,.
tANTE.D-FOR ELKHORN. 100 WOOD
choppers; price $1..5 per cord; steady
work: sure pay. Apply to hill. Logan a Co.,
Llkhorn., Ole Carlson, Foreman.
WIANTED--CHANDLFI WANTS lEN
reanhmen, - 40 each; one cook and one
waiter. 24 Edwards street.
WANTED-TWO YUUNti MEN TO RUN A,
news agents on Northern Pacific railroad:
most have security. Inquire at news ottie,
Aortheru Pacific depot.
,1ANTED--CONTitACTOR AND TEAMS4
v an hays work the whole season, princi.
pally side work, at good prices, on Valley City
extension of Soo line. For partioulars, address
Lnton & Co., Valley City, N. I).
w ANTED--ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN TO
manage an otllce in Helena: references an
51.000 cash capital required; salary. 71.2'0 per
year. and ioterest in business. Address 3I5
Phelan building. San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED-SALEdSh AN-VALUABLE COM
v mission offered; 120 weekly earned by
many of our agents. Samples free P. 0. box
1971, New York.
IAAN'TED-YOUNG MAN WITH $200 TO
. take half interest in profitable oftie bus
iness. Can make from $22 to $35 per week. Ex
perience not necessary, Address C., poetoffiua
uox 221. Butte city, Montana
ANTED-A FIRST-'l.A.S COOK FOR
meat and pastry. Skandinavien Employ.
ment office.
W ANTED-EXCELLENT CHANCE FOl AI
gentleman of intelligence and activity ty
represent largest corporation In every city and
town in Montana. Addres Videx. P. O. Hox
2154. Helena.
HELP WANTED-MISCELL ANEOU.
W ANTED-AjENTS, LADIES AN,) GEN
V tlomon. to take orders for Montana Dr sn
Manufacturing Co commission ai an order.
Corner Lawrence and Park.
AGENTS WANTED-MALE ANI) FEMALE.
Sold and young, ril to $ pe or day easily made
selling our tueen plating outtts, and doing gold,
silver, nickel, cooper and brass plating, that is
warranted to wear tor years, on every class of
metal, tableware, jewelry, etc. Light and easily
handled, no expense requirel to operate them.
Cao be carried by hand with ease from house to
house, Pame as grip sack or sacheL Agents are
making money rapidly. 'he sell to amost
everji businees house and family and workshoo.
Cheap, durable. simple and within the reash of
every one. Plates almost instantly, eqal to the
finest new work. Send for circlares. etc, Queen
t'ity Silver and Nickel Plating Co.. East St.
Louils, 11.
FOI. ItENT--FURNISHED ROOMS,.
FOR RENT--ONE LARGE FRONT BED
room; l14 Hollins avenue. tare pass the
door.
.'0Nh RENT-TWO NEWLY FURNISHEDTO
rooms, suitable for housekeeping, with all
modern convenieones. Call at 424 bith avenue.
Tli RENT--TWO NICELY FUI:ISHHEi
Srooms with or without board at 559 hills
dale street.
Oull IRENT--THITREE OOMS. FUHNISHIfD
complete for housekeeping; oare pass the
door. 4l1 Holline avenue.
'Oli RENT--FURNISHED ROOMS, $5 TO
1 $10 per month. 212 North Rodney street.
TOR .ENT--NICELY FURNISHIIE, ROOM,
I1 one gentleman. $1 per month. 142 High
land avenue, near Davis.
'CUR IIENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
rooms at rsaeonal rates. Harvey block.
.,rand street. Next door lotel Helena.
OARItD AND R1OOS OFFERED).
Lu;' l..RENT--ROOMS AND BOARD, 0su
I Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
'Olt RENT'-IiOOSM I) PRIVATE FAMILY
with or without board at 505 Ewing street.
FOR RENT-DWELLINGIS.
OIt RENT--FU·RNISHED HOUSE; FOUR
teen rooms, and all conveniences: will
ent to good tenant for a period, or sell. Ad
dress 1'. (. box 182, c.ty.
SORlt RENT- URNISHED HOUSE FROM
Siept. ; central location: modern eonven
ieonces. Addre,e W. S.. P. 0. box H03, city
Olt RIENT'--IN GOOD LOCALITY. TWO
L hoses with all modern improvements;
rontreasonablc. Inquire of V. N. Spatlding,
uomer block, corner I lark and Park avenue.
.'OR HRENT--NICELY FURNISHIED HOUSE
5 suitable for housekeeping. Inquire No 210
State street.
hotel. have the largest list of houses and rooms
for roelnt in the city.
4('O ItENT-VILRY DESIRAHLE RESI.
donee. ninu room.c , on Rodney street near
Sixth avenue. Ste'ele & Clements.
14O11 REN'TI- IX-ROOM FRlAME HlOUSE ON
L Llvunth avenuo, $20 per month. Steele d&
('lemrntsi
1 Oit HltNT- UNFURNISIIED 11OOMS AND
. apartments of all kinds and in desirable
oImstioua, au4 t~ $1il per room. Call and exam
ine our list. Wallaca d Tkornborgh. Denier
FOR I(RENT-MI(CEtLLANEOUJR
FOR IBENT-HTOE.i ON MAIN BTIIEEIT,
largo naud desirable; cheap rent. W. . Cox
(old block.
101R RENT-HTORLE OR OFFICE ROOM IN
opera house. Steele & Clements.
"1eOlt RIENT'- FINE LAIRGE BASHEMENT' ON
.iL Upper Main streot Steelo & Clement.
; O-R itENT -UN-FURNII ED IOOdLL- IN
opers hou.. tealo & (Clements.
LOST.
NoT DAK IItiROWN lOMittE. WEIlIIT
aolut 10:, ge I1I years. indi.stinct brand
'1 on toLt ahh.iutder. iollar scar lbove It. Slolila
(ilx reward for return to It. U. IJot:amp, 52I
Sixth are.
FYO N D.
1 OUND ON COUHT IIOUSE LAWN. O,%
I.and satcheol. Can have salom bIy giving
dlerltiption anld IpalnI for this aedlrylrIeIIcI t.
lniuiro of Joeso Molonald, ilaultor, court
IOUND- A LADY'S PIN ON FLEVENTH
F avelnue. Io front of the f'resbsterian ehurch.
lnqutre at thls ullaod.
FRANGO-AMERIGAN FOOD GO.'S
FRENCH SO.PS,
SPEIAAL SPRING PRI6ES.
OHICKEN, GUMBO,.....
OOIC .EN.GAE Full Quart Cans 40 Cents
MULLIGCATAWNY,
PUREE OF GAME,
MOCK TURTLE,
OX TAIL,
CONSOMME,
FRENOHO. BUILLON Full Quart Cans 35 Cents
JULIENNE,
PRINTANIER,
ETC., 20 KINDS.
BACH, CORY & CO.,
Fine Grocers: and Liquor Dealers, 'Helena, Montana.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
SOR SALE-NEW WELL-BUILT BRICK
-house. six rooms, hall, pantry and closets.
Corner Fifth and Montana avenues, Small cash
payment bal noa on installments. Inquire at
1ll Blakse etrset.
FOR SALE--GOOD FIVc:-ROOM HOUSE,
cheap: rmall casuh payment, balance instal.
ments. 99 Alta street.
F OR SALE. - FOUR HOOM HOUSE ON
South lodney, $800; $200 down, balance on
long time. Address X. A., this oiloeo.
'OR ALE--$2,500; TWO-STORY RESIDENCE
a' of teven rooms: water on both floors- stable
and ontbuildinqg:; Ninth avenue, between Beattie
and Laleigh; tins is a bargain. Steele & Clem
ents.
.1OR SALE--FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
residence on west side. only two blocks
from Main street; fronts on two streets; very
cheap. Steele & Clemente.
FOR SALE-FINE EIGHT-ROOM BRICK
house on Spencer street, near Rodney, only
few minutes fronm poatotfice, at great bargain.
Steele & Clements.
FOl SALE-$3O30, 85x88. B-ROOM BRICK,
LOR BALE--ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
Swest side at a bargain; ten rooms, furnace
bath room and all modern fittings; good barn
sod outbuildings. Wm. Moth, act.
01t SALE-TWO bLX-iOEM HOUSES ON
L' west sid; easy term near new school
bmilding, founary And ele tric lines Win.
Math, agh
IOR SALE-FIFTY FEET ON HELENA
avenue near foot of Rodney at three-fourths
actual value. Steele & Clements.
L.OR SALE-A FINE CORNER ON NORTH
1 ain street it0OxF. feet. fronts on three
streets; will ba sold at a great .crifes titeele &
Clemente.
L.l SALE-A LARGE NEW HOUSE ON
I' prominent avenue; has all modern improve.
mente and is in good condition; price very low
and terms to suit; a snap. W. I0. Cox, Gold
block.
ult SALE-I HAVE SE;VEAL NICE ROES
Sidenes on the west side for sale at differ
t prices and terms. 'artie wishing to buy a
home wilt no well to call and es what I can o
fer. Wm. Mth, agt.
IOR SALE-REATAL PROPERTY IN O(it-.
1 inal towneite; wilt sell on easy terms, at a
reat sacrifice, improvel property on Bluff
street and on Pine Htreet. Steele Cloemets.
FORt SALE-CONE OF THE FINEST
rahes in Montana, 2,080 acres, every acre
an be irrigated and have abundance of water,
tin range on every side, good market for every
thing produceLd good improvements; will be sold
t a great bargain. W. o. Cox. Gold blook.
FORH AL-F-LO'TI AN D ACREAGEU AT KAL.
iapell, the new railroad town in the Flat
lead valley. Vm. Moth, agt.
tIOO SALE-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTd IN
Haneer addition at very low prioes. W ..
MUth. sagt.
FOR SALE--LOW-A CIIO1CiE BUILDING
lot facing on lroadwater hotel grounds
scastfront) WVm. oth, ast
'oll tSALE-s. l00, l75x2lS FEET. 4-_ROOM
frame housoe, lroadwator motor line; 80.500,
t0xlO feot. 8-room frame homus, 50 fest double
frontage on Benthn and PIrk avenue, businessee
property; $5,000. 84x110 feet, 8-room frame house
on..wrene street; $5,000. 1001140 feet 9-room
brick house on Eleventh avenue.L _. . Yreneh A
OR SALE--$5,00. 0xE100 FEET, 8-ROOM
brick, bath. cellar, otc. gas fixture, double
frontage on two streets. E. S. French . Co.
on Dakota avenue; $4,500, 50x84, 7-room
frame hase. Blake street; 4,000t, O2x8lit feest.
0-room trick on Sixth avenue, Ueattie; t,500.
5x8o feet, 8-room brictk on Batie street 10. S.
French & Co.
FOR SALE--FOR $00 GOOD BUILDING
Slot l50x150 on Sooth end of Rodney streek
addresa box 77711, city poustotfle.
FiOR SALE--:.,Ox4O FEi-r; ONY LYNDALE
avenue at a bargain, terms to suit. Steele d
Clements.
ltOI SALE-ELEI;ANP RESIDENCE ON
Madison avenue, west side, easout front. lo'
25x200 feSat; cash buyer can secure a great bar
gain. hteele & ('lmente.
POi;, SALE--$28.5O, x140 FEET, 5-ROOM
frame house on Eighth avenue: $9,50, 50xlr
feet, I-room brick houne on Eighth avenue;
14.000 l2x10 feet. 5-room frame house on Uroad
;ay; 200 . 45xi000l feet, 5-room brink house.
corner, Broadway. I". S. French & Co.
OH o1AILE--NEW SIX-IlOOM IHOUSE IN
Broadwater a·dition. only one block from
leetrio motor,. snali payment dOwn, balance
installments. Steele & Clemente.
FO L SALE-- 5,000, 50x140 -EET 8OOM
frame house, a corner on Warren street;
I8500, 75x150 feet, 8-room stone house on MIadi
ponavenue; $,.500 40x118 feet. 0-room frame
houme, corner, on Chanuer stret: $3,500, 40x11
teet P-room frame house on Chaucer street. E.
I. French & Co.
SFORiSA.IC--CORNER LOT, 100x1O0, on best
Sreside see street in the city; fll view of
h east side and valley. Addrems. bus tA cit
epostolioe.
FOal SALE-MISCELLANEOUP.
FOlL BALE-LIGHiT HPRINO WAGON.
Itorse and harness, cheap. 1100 tianders
street
F OR bALE-F I tNITU lt ('OMPLETE FORl
two rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Addroess A. J. A , this offlce
] dORt .ALE--IN BUTTE CITY-A CIGAR
and notion store in a good location: price
only 1550;: moderate rent. Address i(eorgo ,.uid,
8ri East Park strect, Buotte, Uoat.
BUBINIEi CI:IANCh-A IHOTEL DO(NU AV
excellent business. central location. first
rla m furniture. nearly new; dining and kitchen
equipments for I10 guests; only 1l' O0 sash. Lbal
aace on time. Owner hac Iarger intrest sand
must dispose of this. Addrress erlirt ii. ed
ailaey block.
F Ot ALE-AN UPIRIGHT PIANO. CALtL
at 122 'utlesr street.
'hUIt MALrL AT' A AIAtGAIN. litAltD)INi
btouno doing g.eI busineI: goodI location;
good reasons fur selling. Addrmss t. A, this
oiice.
J.'Ut NALE-E't'ANt81El) MEIR.ANrIILII
bnsinears with a large trade: wilt trade for
inmproved art estate in delesa. btelaus A Cle.
oats.
lOR- .ALE-CIiEAI'; A YOUNG- G!(OD
Shorse. suitable for hack or bo.ggr. .a ilb
eadeus treet.
M ISCELLANEOUN.
W ANTED TO RENT--A WELL FURNISHED
' house on east side. if possible; best of ref
erence. Address 8l47 Ewing street.
WANTED-LADY ROOMMATE: REFER
hense given and required. Address M. Z.,
this office.
'AME TO MY RANCH. FO1U0 MILES FROM
H relena, about the middleof January, a brown
mare mule with twolwhite spots on back. Owner
can have the same by proving property nd pay
ing charges. Hugh (laen.
SPECIAL INVESTMENT-A PARTY IN THE
emple y of agrasping corporation is desironi
of entering into negotiatone with a responsible
man who can command $1.Al0 cash, for the prose
cution of a business that will realize from $5,000 to
10,000 cash inside ,f sixty days. This business
Ia speeialty. 'apital always in hands of in
vestor, a subordinate having entire control.
For personal interview, Address A. B., this of
fiee.
MADAME DELGARDA. EGYPTIAN FOR
tone-teller; can be oonsulted on all business
of importance; locates mines: tells results of
lawsuits and matrimonial ventures eta. 19 East
State street. Consultation. $'L
W ANTED-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
with five or six rooms, with bath; rent
must be reasonable. Address M. Grand Central
hotel
-WANTED-TO TRADE 80 ACRES NEAR
iGnrt Falls for Helena property. Steele
Clements.
WANTED-A BUYER FOR A PIECE OF
Inside property. Just the thing fors rowof
fiats: closet Main street. Wm. Moth.
ANTI'ED-A BUYER FOR A PLATTIED
tract of the best residence mpoperty on
west sids;: price way.down; af cash. elanei
cue year. Wm. Muth, agent.
ANTED--TO BUILD A SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with furnace and bath room complete for
$2000 Call and se plasm; we know they will
.uit. Walace Thornburgh Denver building.
FOR TRADE-UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
to trade for equity in improved. Steele .
Clemente.
FOR TRADE--IMPROVED PROPERTY TO
Strade for unimproved. Steele & Clements.
W "ANTED-TIIE OWNER OF A LARGE
body of low grade, free milling gold ore
wants a capitalist who will build a mll on the
property for a halt interest. Apply to Wm.
W ANTED-A CUSTOMER FOR ONE OF
the finest residence sites on west side; price
low for cash. Wm. Ruth.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-ON HELENA REAL
estate. ldward C. Russel, 29 Pittsburgh
block.
_MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
and farm property. Wm de Lacy. eesadv.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARM
and city property at reasonable rates of
interest Steelo & Clements.
MONEY TO LOAN-HERBERT B. REED &
Co.. Thompson block, opposite Grand Cen
tral hotel, loan from $50 to 810,000.
MONEY TO LOAN-IL . PALMER. SEE
adv.. page A.
ONEY TO LOAN--STEFLE& CLEMENT.t.
In sume to suit, low rate of interest, no
commission. no mterest in advance, no delay.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-IN THE MATTER
of the estate of Walter W. de lacy, deceases.
In the distr.ot courtot the First judicial dir
trict of the state of Monta, in and fr the
county of Lewis and Clarke.
Notio is hereby given by the undersigned, ad
ministrator of the estate of Waiter W. do Lacy,
dleceased to the oreditors of, and all persons
hav1n claims against, the said deceased, to ex
hibit then., with the necessary rvenchers, within
ten months after the first publication of this
notice. to the said administrator, at his ofic?.
room 20. 1old block, in the city of Helena. in the
county of l.ewis and Clarke. state of Montana.
the same being the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate in said county of
Lewis and Clarke
Dated, Hole.s. Montana. Jone 29, 1892.
WI. Wd. LACY,
Administrator of the estate of Walter W, do
Lacy, deceased.
NOTI0 i TO CREDITORS.--ESTATE OF
Alonzo M. Forbes. deceased.
Notice is herebhy given by the undersi.ned. ad
ministrator of the estate of Alonzo Ai. I'orhee.
Notice is hereby given by the uodcrsigned. ad
tminitrator of the estate of Alonzo li. I'orbes.
decase3d, to the creditors of and all ilersons
having claims against the said deceased, to ex
libit thorn. with the neceesary vouchers, within
len months after the first publication or this no
Lies, to the said administrator at his offico,
rooms 3 and 4 Pails hbuilding, in the city of
Hlelena, the sane being the place for the tran-s.
action of the buoines. of said estate in the
rounty of Lewis and Clerke.
ii. A. LUKE,
dmlinistrator of the estate of Alonzo e. Forbes,
deceased.
Dated lielena, Mont., July it. 1892.
,SUMMONS--IN TH DISTRICT COURT Ot
tthe First judicial district of the state of Mon.
tana. in and for the county of Lewis n a ('tlare.
Logan Bmith. plaintif, vs. Louis mith, doe
feodant.
'tlhestate of Montana seinde greeting tothe
above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought againstlou by the aorve-naned plain.
tilt in the district coourt of the First judiocial
district of the state of Montana. in and for the
count) of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the
complaint filed therein, within ten days (cxclu.
ive of ths day of service) after te service on
you of tiia summons. if served within this connty;
or, it rerwed out of this county, but within this
distriot, within twenty days;: otherwise within
forty days, or judgment by Osfaitt will be taken
ajatnet you, according to the prayer of said cum.
'The said ation is brought to obtain a decree
of thlis court dissolving ihe bonds of natrin.mny
hetetofore anut nw eoisting between plhitil
and youtrself, upon the ground that yuou did. on
Junr. 21, 19i1i . wit.llyv and without cause usesrt
sndatbundlon lamniff. and bhave ever since con
tinued and still e-atlone so to do. wit hout cans,
or re.oun, and saainst the will of plaint .fr and
without tis consent; and for gnsral relief. A i
am mue fuIy tdpppears from the complauint on lile,
heorein. to whiholirference is ted.
And you are hereby notified that It yon fail to
pDi 'ar antl an, cur the said complaint, aU aorve
requtlirsdl. thie said plaiutitl will aslply to tie collri
for the relief demanded In tihe coo.t,ttt.
tiiven iunder my hanl and the reelof thedistrlct
court of thoe First judicial district of the state uf
Mrntana. in and for tile county of I owls and
Clarke, this 2:L day of June. In the veasr of
tr Lord one thonsaud sight hundred and ninety.
two.
iasAt. I JOHN BEAN. Clark.
d H. It. Tsonlan. 1 Dtputy o:lrk.
, A, and IL MllrTrar. Plantiad'. Attrney
N TI.E DIiTRICT COURT OF THE FI
Sjudicial district of the state of Montana,
and for the county of Lewis and ('lark.,
in the matter of the estate of Anton Houn
deceeed.-" otice to credit ,rs.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.
ministratrix of the estate of Anton Hoesner d
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons ha
ing claims sagaint, the said deceased, to e
hibt them, with the neceasary voucher., with
fonr months after the irst pbioation of th
notice to the mid sdministmtrix, at thel
offce of Massona BUilard, doom 8. tiold bloc
in tle oity of lelena.lin the county of Lewis a
Clarke. state of Montana, the same benl t
place for the tansaction of the business o
estate, in said county of LewA and Clarke.
IERTA hiTNitR
Administratrix of the estate f Anton H
deceased.
Dated Helena Montana, June 29.1892.
NOTICE TO CREDITORB - ESTATE
Frederick Sour, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
•inistrator of the estate of Yrederick ouro
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
ies claims against the sail deceased, to exhib
them with the necessary voochers, within fo
months after the first publication of this sotic
to the said administrator at his place of busit
a Eaest oilens, Montana. the iame being
place for the transaction of the busaiese of
state, in the ononty of Lewis ang Clarke.
.uGOT HAROLD,
Administrator of Frederick boor. decoased
Dated July 21. 1892.
PACIFIC R.
T " THE D "
GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUT
Pauses through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North
kote Manitoba. Montana, Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington.
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Dining Cars are run hetween Chicago, Bt. Pan
M-inneapolis Winnijeg, Helensa Butte, Taoom
Seattle and Portland.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE
Pullmap servieo daily between Chicago. at
Paol. Mohtana, and the Pacific Northwest; an
between t. Paul, Minneapolis and Minnesot
North Dakota and Manitoba points, 0
THE POPULAR LINE.
Daily Exre Trains carry elegant Pll
leeping Cars. Dining Cars. ay Caches, Pull
man Tourist Sleepers and Free Colonist ilee
tog Cars.
YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE.
The Northern Pacific railroad is the rail line t
Yellowstone Park; the popular line to Californl
and Alaska; and its trains pass through tho
grandest scenery of seven states
TIIROUGH TICKETS
Are sold at all coupon offices of the Northern
Pacific Railroad to pointe North, East, &uth
and West, in the United States and Canada,
TIME SCHEDULE.
TIAINS ARRIVE AT HELENA.
No. 1. Pacific Mail. west bound ........ 1:5 p. m
No.2 Atlantic mail, eat bound........ 10:20 p.
No, 5, Logan onS. llelenta pas. eer,
connecting at Logan with train No.
I,t Pacific exprees westbound........ 2:10 . in.
No. 6, Garrison and ltelena passenger,
connecting at tarrison wilt. train
Noi. 4. 'tlanlo caxre's 5,astbonndl..12:2. p. m.
No. 8, Marysville pasenger ............. 11:20a.
No. 10. Merysvills accommordation..... : n5 p.
No. it, Wickes. Boulder and Elkhorn
passenger. ........................ 5:40 . m
No. 102, Rin ni mixed, Mondays, Wed
nesdays and ridys .................... 5:00 p. in
TnAINi DEPART FROM HELENA.
No. 1, Pacific Mail. west boundl........ i:50p. m
No. 2. Atlantic Mail. east bound........10:851 p. m
No 0. Helena and l.ogan passenger,
connecting at logan with train
No, 4. Atlantic excrets eastbound... 1:10 p. min
No. . Helena and Garrison passenger.
ronnecting at Garrison with train
N". ;. l'ncific ceprses weatbound.... 2:1115 a. m
No. 7. MaryRsville passenger............. 7:4o5 m
No. 9. Marysville accomumodation.. ... 8:00 p. as
No. it', Wickes, Honldar and Elkhorn
P'assenger ............ ............. 7:85.m
No. 101, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays ................ 8:15 a. m
l'or tatess. Maps, Tsime Tables or SDpecial
lnformatlon apply to Chas. K Fee. General
Passengor and Ticket Agent, bt. Paul,
linn.. or
AZ. =D. EDGA..
General Agent of the Northern 'acifio Ii, , at
HELENA, MONT.
J. L. SMITH,
Freihit and Transfer Line
-ET.ENA, MONTANA.
All kinds of merchandise and other fre.lhts,
Including ores, promptly transferred from the
depot. Orders ill receive prompt attentile
OHe at J. Feltdbea's Storo and at the dryL
• PATENTS..
United States and Foreign Pat
ents obtained and any information
given.
EDWARD C. RUSSELL,
Attorney at Law.
Pittsburgb Block. Helena, Moat
HOVEY & BICKEL
CIVIL AND MINING
ROOM8 24, 28,
Merebsanta WnaLiom
Nauk I.ultnlg.
Helena - IOltIDL

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