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WAshma tow Ana. 15-Capt. Evans,
omm dna the Alaskan lt eey lt, reports to LWaifro for violation uh the mod knvivenl, but given no partovlae., PNAareAu. Te.--mr, A1-A of p yloTre Caupe tedamot the informatio at Si near er and stadt aut vhord ities willer All s hetd vine. are immediately dstroyed. PumAmoo A, Aug. 15.-Fifty mafrom eommandine the Alaskan fleet, reports .LLo Aug, T1nn., Aug. 1.At Temployed ooit thelatet informtion was fromthat qiet SrevsltL thhgh much anxiety is shown by 0er month. They hasve noh mine organ ras and state authories will notconcedethe PLAvnas Del., Au. -Fifty menWilliam fro points alo the of headin p road were bron ugoht here Sunday and Ieft for Buffalo over the Lehigh Valley road. They are all non union men and will takhree strikers' positions, BoysALe, Aug. 15.-TSahe iremen emplrs, oyed on tustrik Buffalo harbor ttempruteck this after noguard on sentry adut las in wagesht from 8bay- to not0 permonth. They hae no ioarrested an iatiy . uda owger wil not oa ild namthe demand. Lnorbs, Dere, All drowned ihn Willthe Palmer. olore farm hand, died thernoon, afterbynoon thehe cap sizingd of aictim of the poironed Forbesll on John itHoe' farm, while throe others are so ill thendy anot recovepantr. More live d.tok aleo died to-day. HoN, Aug, Au.-SamThe Timuel Rogers, drrunkepon triker, who attempted to pal thy demiar on sentry dty last nhreatest was beverity. onted in the governor and wealthied painful bitants notavsrle d and theur. H was arrested and taken to camp. PnoyADENON 1. I., Aug. 15.-Davisd Mur annay, wife, dcompaughter, and the Coldnamed Forbes, were all drowned in the Palmer rivero Warren. this afternoon, o-day the r sieine of a boat. Freeman Forbes and wife and another from $4 pnt were saved. LONDON, Aug, 15.-ATh Time' from ehera aorr spotates that that the mortatmer Em Tabi is estiYokohamated ft 8,000. A cholera ep demi i ra., ging there with reatest severity. The goveort or snd ation wealthiest ino-day.bitat PITTsE, Paug. 15.- ThYesterday was the hanna Iron of the labond the rouble Noi Iron of impany tarted worrr today anter six steeks of esns The strikers atuddle the Thirept third streetion from held to .meeting per ton. bodecidet 00 men ae mployed at the millis. LoWESTIL, Aug. 1. di. 25.ath from Yokeo meeing. tate that the British oteamer Em press of Japan, Capt. L Fraser, om Hog on and Yokohama for Vancouver and Vie or Af, ter C., bforn reported retrned to inakodeadi with her cargo on fire, sailed for her port of destination to-day. PITTLSnT C, Aug. 15.-estrday was -Ithe quietest Sunday Vittsburg has known since the beginning of the labor troubles. No rent of importaned here occurred at any of the beel mills. the trkers t thSalem couThirty bethirdstreeot mianll helda metinaes bto-dray to erde ond it what sll be done for the relief o ta you in needwoman withwhom both wr WASTrILDN, N. J.. Aug . 215.-The republi the ba of this ection onened a new wigwam Saturday night with a monster ratification metin. The pringtonipal navyakr of the ev whong s ol. in obt.arge. Fraser, of Miahi truAfter he concluded Chairman Cod inll read leter to the cfrom President Haposrrion nd Hortland. hteaw eid. ATLNT CITex., Aug. .-This5--It wevening reported hero last night that ad uel lea been fought at Woodstown, Salem county, betneen John and William ( ayes, broh ers, andCarpenitwar said the del asfoghim, over a you wn withwhom both waned. aere inlovely shot. The weapons were pitols. Bothelled ton were infid to e nwound a posse went ind. WAsnrmooN, Aug. 15.-Whe fine mode of the battle ship whieo has been prepared considt the W ration for over n nder the its adoption of Naal onstrhe tor miehhorn, who is now in c harge and the nstati of uco straotlon and repd thir in tdollars, asno of Chief Constructor Wilson. ife -model wilt bure sent to the omin eposition in Portland, Ore. WAVLDOII Tex., Aug. 1S.--This evening Den Halloway shot and killed a negro, Constable Hall. Marshal Christian and Ofiocer Carpenter attempted to arrest him, Halloway, aided by friends, resisted arrest and many shots were exchanged. Carpen ter was badly wounded and George Stewart fatally shot. The oflicsrs were compelled to seek reinforcements and a posse went in pursuit. LoUIsvILLE, Aug., 15.--When the general assembly met this morning to adjourn for the summer Goy. ]Broan sent in his veto of the revenue bill, which had been under consideration for over nine months before its adoption. This was the only measure of importance adopted, and the state is out several hundred thousand dollars, as the legislature will have to io back to the hcginning. TAMPA, Fla, Aug. 15.-Reports of the ex istepoe of yellow fever on the American schooner Eva D. Douglass are confirmed by the official statements of Dr. Joseph Porter received here to-day. The vessel is five miles below Mullet Key, twenty-eight miles from Tampa. Captain Letta died last Thursday. Three other members of the crew are ill and the disease will probably run threw the crew. CamoAoo, Aug. 15.-Early this morning a school house two miles north of Fort hkeri dan burned to the ground. shortly before the building was seen in flames a woman was heard screaming and ealling for help from the window. A man and woman quarreling, in a carriage, were seen going toward the sohool house. The supposition is the woman was murdered and the body burned in the school building. AusTIN. Texas, Aug. 15.-A. H. Asche, a prominent and well to do farmer, living twenty miles north of here, was found dead yesterday on the highway, his body riddled with bullets. Iis son, 20 years old, has been arrested on suspicion of having pom mitted the crime, as he had been making threats so to do. Trained blood hounds followed a trail from the body to young Asohe's room at his father's house. DUaBLI, Aug. 15.-A monster amnesty meeting was held in Phoenix park sunday. Pierce Mahoney, Parnellite, who presided, in a speech demanded the release of all po litical prisoneru,evon supposing them guilty. Redmond and others who addressed the meeting deolared that Gladstone's reply to questions on the subject was unsatisfactory, and reminded the bearers of Hir Wm. Ver non Harcourt's opposition to aminesty. LONDON, Aug. 15.-A dispatch to the Times from Calcutta says the Afghan news, combined with the silver depression, has caused a steady decline in government se curities. It is rumored that the ameer is negotiating with the rebels and anxious to settle with them on any terms. A large and influential meeting will be held in Bombay Wednesday to conleider the ques tion of inaugurating relief measures for silver depression. LoNDoN, Aug. 15.-A large steamer, the Thracian, which was being towed to Liver pool, has been lost off the late of Man. Her crew of seventeen men went down with the steamer. The Thracian was in ballast, and during the gale last night the vessel pitched and rolled heavily. The togs tow tng the vessel were finally compelled to heave to. The gale increased in violence, and it is supposed the Thiaolan capsized. When day broke no trace of her could be seen. New YonK, Aug. 15.-A Naples cable to a morning paper says the festival of 8tt. An eellno.closed at Cesa in the evening with fireworks in the market place. A bunch of rockets too near s buming wheel Ignited. odes were driven In all directions through a thick crowd. :ix men we e struck in the face or nook and so badly torn and burned that they died before they could be re moved. Sparks set fire to the light gowns of several girls and before the fse could be extinguishad four of the young women were seriously injured. (iond Looks. Good looks are more than sain deep, de pending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. It the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look; if your stomaeh be die. ordered you have a dyspeptic Ilok. ind if year kidneys be affected you have pineled look. Seeure good health and you will have good looks. Electrie bitters is the page * rtivledu QuI.'.* tredl de ty on # n o n , as d pi pl . boi gv The QbChigo, Milwaukee A t, Paal rail. way iL sand)aly I ar ba e the popular line between Pt. Patl and Minneapolis aed Ml wask. sand Qbi.ogo. ,I roead along the banks of the Missifs sippi from Ut, Paul to La COsloe, skirting a ales it does the tfull length of beautiful r Leepi, l ves to the traveler one of the most do|Jghbtfl and plctbreaquo daylight and evening rides on this continent. From eLa Crone ass to Milwaukee and Chicago this road penetrates the narden of Wisegia. sin and touches, wh ith s mail line, the larg set cities and towns in that state. Its road bed, train servioe and general equipment is abolutei unexoelled. The fLmoae veat. bled limited train, with ith erectris lights. eleutrio reading lamps, and le ant aleep Ing and dining ear servies, is not surpassed by any train in this coounty. If you are to take a trip call for the "Milwaukeo"-the Government Fast Mail Line-and secure absolute comfort, speed and a fret. From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Mil waukea and Chicago, four passenger trains sah* day. I From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Kanas City, two psenuer trains each day. From Biianneapolls and St, Paul to It. Louis, two passenger trains each day. t For further information apply to nearest coupon tieket agent or address J. T. CoNrtaY, Asa't. Gen'l. Pass. Alent, t. Paul, Minn. Eaerstelo Rates to Cal.lforle. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacid railroad will sell round trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Franeisco and return, go I Via Portland and retaurning same way. To Ban Franqisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland, entering San Franciso in one direction either goinl or returningr, $89. To Los Anueles, going via Portland an4 San Francisco and returning via Sacra mento and Ogden. $99.50. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the inal limit of six months. A. D. EDoAn, Gen. A t., eloen , Mont. Cas. 8. FEr, G. P. & T. A.. St. Paul, Minn. Oppersentay. Master of human destiny am I, Fame, lave and forter en my feotsteps wait. Cities and Aselde I walk. I penetrate Deserts gd eSe romotO, and pLealng by el rd wan. d peisa, aeon or late I knoek auidden oes at every gate. If slaeping, fake, it feaetlas rise befere I turn away. It ie the hor of sta And they who ellowme reseah every state MortIle desire, and e*nquer every foe gave deth; but them who doubt or hel tate Odemaenod to failure, penury and wee Seek me in vain and uselesely implerer I answer not, and I return no more. ;i ye i f a. J.elveara. But fail ye not in this roopet, Soasr every opportunity to travel Over the COleago, Milwaukee A It. Paul railway. WeaI is the advise of aee. H. Hn&sonan General Passenger Agent Ohieago, Ill. Are YOUen Suring From baok ache, inflammation of the blad der, briok dust deposit or atone in theblad der, or in fast any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organe? If thus afflieted do net lose time and waste money on worth lees liniments and worm plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greatest all of known remedies, the ce ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction every time. Manhood Restored. Dr. . C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment a. pecifi6 for Hysteria. Dizziness, Fits. )earalgi a Headache, Nstroas I ostration caused by elon ol or totacco. Wakefulness. Mental Depression. Softening of Brain, causig insanity, misery de. say. death. Premature Old age, Barrenness. Le of Power in either sx, Impotency, Leucorrhine and all Female Weaknesses Involuntary Losse Spermatorrh a, e cansed y over-exertion oa brain, self-abuse, over-Indulgence. A month's treatment $1, 6 for $5, by mai We nuarantee 6 boxes to sure. Each order for S boxes with $5 will senHd written gruarantee to refund if not JAPANESE Act like magin on the Stomach, Liver and Bow els: dispels Dyspepls. liliooenese, Fevers. Colds, Nervous Disorders, bleeplessness, Loss of Appe tite. restores the Complexion; perfect digestion follows their use. Positive cure for Sick Head ache and Constipation. Small, mild, eau to take. Large vials ofn PiUll 'n 5 cents. Sold by H. M. Parchena & C.. druggists. Helena, Mont Ilcentll the followinq Notice appered in the San Francisco Chronicle. "'Judge S- had been sick only about two wrees, and it was not until the last three or four days that the malady tool a serious turn. At the beginnlg of hi ilnesshe uffecredfrom diabetes and stomach disorder. Later the kidneys refused to perform their finctions ond he passed quietly away. Thus ended the life of one of the most prominent men in Cali fornia." -Like thousands of others his un timely death was the result ofneglecting early symptoms of kidney disease. lIF YOU J are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or any de ranuternet of the kidneys or urinary organs, o" ti delay proper treatment uutil you are forced to give up your daily duties ; do.tl6 waste your money on worthless linimeuts and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using thegreatest of all known remediles, the celebrated Oregon Kid. neyv Tea. It has saved the lives of thousands. Why should it not cure you? Try It. Purely vegetable end pleasant tp take, 1.00 a pack age, 6 for $55.00. The Celebrated Freoch Gure, W.rr.ane.d "APHRODITINE" o reudud. 1n SOD ONti a POSITIVE tR GUARANTEE form of nersous disease, or any dinler of the B generatire or- AFTER gaits of either sex whether arising from the excessive use olf Stlmulnlts, 'l'obcco or Opium. or through youthful lndislretiou, over iudulg suce, Ac., such as Loss of Brainl Power, Wakeful. uses, Bearnlug down Pains i thie ack, BoSeminal WeitkelCss, Ilylteria Nervrous P'rostratlot Nocturu al E.ulision., leu!orrhltra, Izlezinusi, Weak item. ory, Loss ol Power andl p Il tclnlety, which If ue glected olten lead to prmamnalrehlf age sltd lusan. lay. Price 11.00 a iox, 6 boxes for $t.00 Beat by mall on receipt of price. A WItITTIEN GUARA NTEE forevery15.00 rdter, to refund tfile motley if a Permanelnt aoue is not elaected, Thouisauds of teatlmounials Irom old and young, of both sexes, permanently aured by AnnaoolritiS. Circular free. Addrems THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. wusTlane 3aA5*0, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, sold by R. M. Puohsn dq Co., dcugaiste Easnu, Meat. Sir National Bank P I a C*PZ*L, . ofar,0es II OUSR ANIlD fl mO S, 700,000 IDsiggltel D*epsltowy o the U-4 ted States. Direetree. S. T. 3AUS. s * Premdent . W. KNIGHT. , . Chier. T . , EKLMINWOMIIDT. ALet. Cebhie. EQO. M. HILL, - - M Aset. Cuhle, fra iue S rta. - f* t rewra e. P, C. oer., S.mi . -He,- Mpitlbas S n.o L Holl Hardware C AeeHelated Beakem Nortbwern Natlonal Bank. - Ort Falls First Natiomal asnk, - - M eu e Firlt National Rlank. - - ltta erchants National Baunk F01 RLENA, RON% UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid ta Capital, 1 350,000: Surplus and Profit, $90,000. 1iI . OEBIjiJLD.--". - -Preedeat, Deevi elI irreolerel S .rd e t treesers, olte ety, Coeutr nd Stete Aeea1i ie muds b7 telegraphL etre etUowed en tlmedepoeit. Clleettl~e p tfr attended to. Dore far roat at roe. l price 15 ene at the beet coestrioted Sre sad burglar proof made depoeit vaullt in the oeontar. S eond National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITALS * 75,00, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000. A General Banking Business Transacted. .S. .DOGUTOI. . . KI OLy. Viee- Pred ,OGUPR N. KL. Vh . era a trd oDreetor.. SC eer . er, uemom ,. Cild. j ontana National Bank OP LELINA. MONL UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - d50,00. uepluus and Profits, - $200,000. ·0. 4.DI ADIiT,-l . Preldeel y$ . oK - s t VI e-PCreeasldeag LL TH . : .. - . ..'.mkieL S.. et. CehLd. O. .. onab. _. Gr . W0. ,i NO. 4406. .Jelena National Bank O , HELENA,. MOT. CAPITAL, $500,000 Transacts a General Banking .ual. neos. JOIN T. MURPHY . PresMklt. SHIRLEZ (1 AISHBY. Vce-oPresident. IRANK BAIBD. - Cashier. Interest allowed on time deposits. Eohange bInued en foreign countries. Transfer of money by te!egranph. Flrst-clawg ity, oanty,. and state seuorities bought and sold CllUeotiosu promptly attended to. Beard of Dlreetorse John ST M hM'r . h POWER b ab . P. . alcA et A. J. BLIO AN, Chas. K. W reside .P . W o ..l=~r . P . M. acIt y . . C. JOHNSON. . . M Cashier. oner . ClementO r I. a F Cord. . A. McDonald. J. P. Portes. he American llivNaioal BANK. OF HELENA. CAP ITAL , $200,000 . . T POWER, S . Presidet. A. I. KELIGMAN. - - ice-President AC.. JOHNSON. - - CTrase. SEOr.. COPE . - Aseitant Cushie Dilroetones, W.J. Cewer. A. J. Sell ns. Jo ohson. Riard Lk James Sullivan. Interest c nlowt ien time deposita. Excphaosi CSnada and Europe. Trensfes f money rIcie by tellreapb. (olleotias promptly attended to he Thomas Crause Savings BANK, OP HELENa Incporda ted Unde the Laws of Mcntana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS CRa P . Presldent. ur ANK t. CitRUola - Yoim trer adenrt WMH J. CiOOKK Acsr b Tdrsu. and Ne. WM. JWkLY. - - Treasure. Trusteels T rhomu nCrss Frsn. n. Croea Wmin . J. Cooke. We,. J. BSwen*e. John Fsgan. Allows 4 per ceut. Interest on Saving Dopellte. eompoundfd January hnd July. Traneaets nsgenerankinlkbnegnsj. Drawn echangd on the prinoipal cities of the United Btate and Eurole Deals in gounty snd city bondsl vad bmake loans on real estate mortgigse. OUl s hours from 0 sa. m. tto 4 p m. Also on Saturdae and Monde oveoniae from tog o'look. O\TIcE--IN TIe FIRST JUDICIA D niS whtrich oubrtn Hewsy and Clare foruSnty, state Nvtioe it hereby given that Il2bert'P l'. Waia wright slod t'arolins t on havnl tiled to this cort thir Petition, ac.nxgl for an order and do ore of thid cdurta directing and rnithorioin, tie adunnisntrtor and adiuintl trtix of tieo stecti of tluatmine . a rooke, deceued, to ctnvtb ey t them all of block three e hundrod and four l.ntot of the Sroohe additioL to the city if lislu,. in accordancs with thi tloran of a oertalu bond std uCtertaking, made. epouty and delierel by said deoeJ d In hi llfe time, on tho hth day or July, L.t)S O cops of which is to said petition at tashed and moed part tiereoh, s t ea huricg of which han beeo tiled i)y caill .tourt for Satneday. the 130th day of tiytem bre, 101. at ten o'cleo a. m. of sani da at tic Oenrt rMoos thermot, at thi cont hlouee an the city c ileons. ootcnty of Jewla and Clarke. and ll ersons intterresto in aid estate are notified thtn and thcer to aiiit and show ehus, if any there be. whthe nid or doe and dcrco should n e ga rante Cd. jy (nW . uOna . Deputy Clerk. obtd n ,toi n , BUY NOW. DON'T WAIT. YOU CAN BUY DELAYS ARE CHEAP. DANGEROUS. WE ARE SELLING OUT. Actually and without reserve. Everything must go. Cost is not considered. Our whole aim is to dispose of our stock. Don't you realize that these are favorable conditions under which to purchase what you need? DON'T CO TO A PICNIC Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods WITHOUT ONE OF OUR DE3, P.ARTl.L.ENT. Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose, worth LTO CLOSE OUT, 20 CENTS. Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose, worth Fish Baskets .................. $i25 25 cents, ..Good Splint Lunch Baskets..... Io TO CLOSE OUT, 15 CENTS. :'.,' Fine Fancy Lunch Baskets...... .25 S " "extra strong .35 Large Size Turkish Towels, 15 CENTS. " extra large .50 " " " " palm leaf.. .55 Spalm leaf, 20 Patterns Shelf Oilcloth, extra large ................ 1.25 TO CLOSE OUT, 83c YARD. Fine Fancy Work Baskets...... .25 Fine Fancy Work Baskets, large - size.................... . .6o Fine Fancy Work Baskets, with On one of the large tables in stand .................... 2.25 our Crockery Department we Fine Fancy Photograph Baskets, with stand................. 2.00 have placed many odds and Paper Baskets............ 6oc to 3.00 ends of stock. This we call Clothes Hampers ......... $2 to 3.50 Clothes Baskets, willow....$x to 1.75 Clothes Baskets, all rattan....... 1.75 ALL SIZES. ALL STYLES. ALL PRICES ue Because the goods are marked Every basket must be sold in so as to make quick sales. Too 30 days, and on every basket much variety to enumerate. we will save you at least 25 Almost everything can be per cent. found on it. WM. WEINSTEIN & CO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CRUTCHER & GARLAND. (T. E. Crutoher, R. C. Garland.) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Mininr, corporation and real estate law ape cialties. Will practice in all the state courts, in the United tate esupreme court, and before all the departments in Washington city, in connec tion with the lion A. H. Garland, late attorney general Attorney at Law. Money to loan on improved city and farm property. ABHBURN K. BARBOUR. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Montana, MASSENA BULLARD. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Will practice in all courts of record in the State. Office in tiold Block, Helena. Mont. SIZER & KEERL Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S DeputyMineral Surveyors. Mineral pat ont. secured. iooms 12 and 18, Atlae Building, telena, Montana. DR. M. ROCHMAN. t'hysician, .r.rgeon, Acconcher, Oonlist, Aurist. Member of Ban Francisco Medical Society. also Nevada State M.iledicil Society. Office on Main street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. DR. D. L. CARMICHIAEL. Diseases of Women and Children Special Attention. Helena, Montana. DR. W. M. BULLARD. Office: First National Bank Building. Telephone No. 168. ALIAA BUMBIONH-COUNTY OF LEWIS and Clarke state of Montana. In justee court, before C. W. Fleischor, jun tice of the peace (George F. Pay and .lose h ('uskolly. co-partnrrs doing buainese under tie firm. nameo and st. lo of Na) & Cuskely, plain tifl'f. vo. F. l O, t.efe latlant. The atate of Montana sends reeting to the above named defendant. You are hiroby requlrea to appear in an aetino brought againtt yourby theabove named plaiuntlt` litt jta, Lt J c t.r, Ie.OriO 1. l1. 'Jl1woircr, JIhbt|e (If the p.cte, anid o in ner to the d'olalp'atl filed thereni. within forty drys enuelucivo of Ialo day of service), or jl.d :mint by defnult will lo tikeO agliet )ou aecuriing to the prayer of staid coimpalint The said action is brought to procireju lid mtant for thb sim of '"O for board anld loilciug flrnishod anld for goods, wareu and mnerchan diet. cold ald dtliseril by plaintiff to its do frnldant anl tile cow0t of tlis cult. And you ra herebly notifth.d that if you fail to )Happear and answer the saild omplanlt, ae above required. the aidl pilainltif will pply to the court for the relief deunndel iln hlii coiltplait .vima, (gvnadi or my hanl and .r.al this s tet t 8tl7 day of Jul), in lthe oar of our Ilord, t ne (l tltounanl eight hudred mnd olinmty Stwo. t'. W. F.St'l'. Juetloe of the piace, in and for the county of l.ewis aid Clarke, sat0. of Montana. & 8IHtHBMI.NI' .X1 l'ttlN--t)-OFFlC OF '1r11; telenadai se tii je lpany, raun. I1on. t'uwor buhlding, lelels. Jont.. Jttly 2, 111:12. Notice is hereby glven that ata maeoting of the trustee oat the Ilolena and lutte uom pany, held thls d dlay oif July. 181( SMt.iesnmot of (:t) tlroe oentu pe. lhani was levied n0oti the capital stook of said llelea and Butte remamy, payarble oun the dt day of August, 181(2, to Il. . Parehen, treaurer of said ronal y, at the company's ofloo. roloU 1. Pwer building, in the eil,) of fHleetu,. ont. And stock ut n whioh the uaeemont hall e. 1i1 C alI on the 2Id day of tSteptomber. 18012, shll he deented dellnquenat and shall be dlu advrtiled f,, sate at publie soetlon. and ulnese _ay'meat shall be made before, will be sold o0 the d day of Uotober, ltl, to pay delinquent -ee-as t., together with cost of dvertlelli end es-_nen_.eot. JOBN T. MUTPIf. "-Ei.O Q IOICKI J T P ldeat . Msntap IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the administration of the estate of Emery Eean, deceased. lby virtue ef adecree of the district court of Leais and Clarke county, in department num ber two thereof, rendered on the 30th day of July. 1892. upon petition to sell real estate be longing to the deceased 1.mer Lean, 1 will on the 5th day of September next, at 12 o'clock m., at the east door of the court house in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and t lrke, state of Montana. sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all that certain real estate which belonged to the said Emery Blean at the time of his death, situated in the city of llel ena in said county and state, to-wit: Lot nnm ber sixty-five (65) frontiag on Ewing street and in block number twenty-eight (28) of the original townaite. Also all those portions and partes of lots num bered sixty-four (6i) and sixty-three (63) in said block, included in the following boundriesa: Beginning on the east line of Fwitg street at the southwest corner of lot sixty-four (II4); thence along the south aide line of said lot one hundred and forty (140) feet more or less to the southeast corner of said lot: thence north forty-one de grees fifteen minutes east four feet; thence north fifty-four degress thirty minutes twest thirty nine feet: thence north forty-one degrees forty nine minutes east sixteen feet: thence north thirty.two degrees fifty-ceven tuinutes west thirty-eight feet; thence north thirty-nine de grees thirty-seven minutes west forty-one fotedt; thence south fort -one degrees forty-five minutes west twenty-two fest: thence north fortv-eight degrees fifteen minutes west twenty-three feet to Fwingstreet; thence south forty-one degrees, forty-five minutes west forty five and one-half feet to place of beginning, togetlher with all the appurtenances theretobelonging or in anywise apertaining. E. W. ELLiS, Administrator. 1-elena, Aug. 12, 1892. .rFICE OF DRUM LUMMON MINING Company, Room 219 Power building, Hel ena, Montana-Location of works. 3Laryevile, Montana Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the trustees of said comupany hehl on Its 25th day of July, 1812, an asssssn Oeut of two () I cente per share was levied upen the capital stock of said company, payable one-half in thirty dave and one-half in cixty days from the 25th casy . I July, Ib92. to William Moth., treasurer of aid company, at its office. rom 213 lower building, in the city of Helenai. Montana. Any stock upon whtich said assessment shall remain unpaidl on the 2'tl day of September, I8t2, shall he deemed de'intlueont and will it duly advertised for sale at public suction: ands unless payment satintha tmode b-fore, will be sold on the 10th day of I:etob r, 1892. to nay thle delinquent aseesesuent. to:ther with the costs f advertlsing anit expnese or Prale. Tlt,.t. SliHtD, Secretary. Locationof office, Boom Y:1 l'ower buildilng, eletloa. Montana Dated at Ilelena, Montana. July 2. 18923. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, V.-Pres. and Trees H. UNZICKER, . . UNZICKER, Gen. Manager and Secretary. Western Representattva CHICAGO IRON WORKS, U--- BTILDERS OF__--. -= Ceneral Mining and Milling Machinery, Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting, Concentrat ng, Leaching, Chlorinating, IIoist ing and Pumping Plants of any capacity. Tramways, Corliss Engines, Compound Engines, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buckets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds of Mline Supplies. Western Office, General Office and Works, No. 4 Lower Main St., Clybourn Av. and Willow St. Helena, Mont. Chicago, Ill. WHAT A MONTANA SAPPHIRE Is Until You Have Seen Those Cut by 0, De Sola Mendes & Co, 51-53 Maiden Lane, N. Y. C, B. LEBKICHER, Second Floor, Herald Bnil5l1 . BLANK To OOKS Order lOOKS IEATLY RULED AND PRINTED.