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I`thi ioi Stovage Battery Street Rallway S8ytem at Mlltord, Maiiuohusett. lo All Aooounts the New Oon oien a uidrniir eryt biid uo ooastully. * Use of the Brase Generates More lieetrletty--lesoomy and Comfort the Maio Thinas. s~torage battery iystem of street railway bseen in operation here since April, 1801, M a Milford, Mass., dispatch. Its suo is complete and apparently will be per. neat. The satisfaction it has given to owners and to the public is thorough. t single day have the cars failed to run oe the line was opened, and in the hard winter weather.' This system is not in anywhre elese. It has not been brought the attention of the publio at all. Not a are of stook in the eapital of the iompany a been offered for public sale. There are about six milles of track, in ding the branches, and the equipment ngite of six ears of sixteen-foot bodies, ide measurement. Where the track rae into the main stret the combination earve and prade makes an equivalent of grado of 83 per cent., or, if the ear turns the right instead of to the left, as ueuai, about 9~3 per eebtr The trip we ran first the regular one of two and one-half iles to Hopedale, and the running time as fifteen minutes. This grade of t8 per nt. was the-etepeeaeeent. but there was sharp descent just ovqrt the line in Hope Is, where the grade wil 10 per cent. for a ort distanee. The car ran with perfect oothness and even speed both going and ing. it was hunder complete control. was free from the annoying whizzing and of the trolley oar. When the car goes down hill it is not eoessary to use the brake at all, unless it desired to bring the ear to a perfect andatill. By a tarn of the lever the mo entum of the oar is set at work storing p electricity again in the batteries, so that hen they reach the bottom of the hill ey have more power than at the top. The otor Is converted into a dynamo or gen rator of foree, and it is the generation of leotricity by the effect of gravity in carry g the oar down the hill which sets upon he wheels to cause them to move slow~. he brake is not used at all in this opera ion, The same storage of electricity is ade when the oar is slowed up for stop lug anywhere. The momentum is used to estook the batteries. It is said that on ne trip, on which an exact r eeord as kept, 17 per cent of the electricity rawn from the batteries was returned to hem again by the saving made when going qwn hill. There is a given amount of eleetricity in he batteries; the machinery is built so rdingly. No more can be taken on end enly, as is the case sometimes with the rolley oar, and there is no possible way in blhO the machimsry can thus e burned The plant consists of' two 60-horse power ngines and two 20light dynamos, six re, the tables on which the trays of bat rise stand when they are being charged, nd the station house for the engines and or stoaage of the eare. - The total coast, inoluding the roadbed, as about $120,000. The chief electrisian f the company, Wm. L. Stevens, has iven his attention to saving the great sates which are inevitable with the trol ey system, and it is in his sucesses that he triumph of to-day has been achieved. o has accomplished a marked saving in he application of the electricity to the axles of the wheels. The batteries them selves have been the subject of great im provement. Beyond all comparison they are superior to any other batteries which have ever been used. The figures which are given by the Thomeso)-Houeton people as the highest powers attainable are far sur passed by the batteries used by the Mil ford company. Ones the oar was run for fifty miles without any recharging of the batteries, and then the indicator showed that it could have ran about ten milse sore,. The batteries are carried under the seat of the car and they occupy all the room on both sides. The jars are of black rubber, and the interior apparatus is of that most approved by experience, that is, sulphuric acid is in the liquid and the metal plates is another of the great improvements made by this company. The jars are arranged in double rows of three on a side, or in ''trays" of six in each of the six compart ments under each side of the ear. Each of these trays weighs i50 pounds, and of course is a material addition to the weight of the car. The entire car with the trays all m weighs about seven tons, which is about a ton lighter than the same size of car when equipped for use with the trolley system. The side of the car outside, against the place under the seat, is opened by three doors which drop down, leaving the trays exposed. When a car onmes into the sta tlon after a trip, these doors are opened. Then the car is run upon a truck in the track and slid along to the table where its deplicate set of trays has been standing, being oherged with electrioity from the ngine. The top of this table is moade of the exact height of the trays as they are in position in the ear, and the space between the car and the table is the smallest possi ble with room for the oar to more. Then a workman comes along with a large fork, and lifts the trays out upon the table. Then the car is moved ale·na to the other end of the table where the ohaged jars are .tendingl. They are forked into their place under the seats, the doors are shut, and the car is ready for another run. The oars are filled with four lamos, very much as the ears are fitted when using the trolley. But in the trolley care, when the electricity is of., the cars are dark. 'lhese cars, having their electricity always with them, are not liable to that accident. There is no strap for the passenger or the conduoo tor to pull to stop the ca,, but at frequent intervals on each side of the ear, so low that any passenger may reach them without riing, are electric buttons. Preseing these sounde the bell on the front platform, and thue the motor-man is signalled to stop. On each side of the ear, but above these buttons, and so high that they cannot be reached onless by a aerson standing, is anothsr row of battons which the con duotor presse when he registers the fares. At each snd of the car, over the platform, is one electrio button for the conductor to use in signalling the driver, and one for registerlng the fares. These ears use each two seven and a half horse power motors, or a total of fifteen horse power for a oar, while the trolley sye tem has two fifteen horse power motors for the same sinr of car. But these motors are ample. These ears have repeatedly oarried as many as ninety personas at a time up the steep grade and around the curve men ioned, without falling. Bucklea's Arnica lalve. The best salve in the wo id for cut., bruteeol sores, uloers, salt rheum. fever sore., totter, chapped hands, chilblainsl cornm and all skin eruptions, and positively curee piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give po feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 21 cents per poi. For sale by i. . Hale d& Co. Now Is Your Clhance to Visit the Yellow stone National Para. The Northera Pacifcl railroad, in con neotion with the Yellowstone National Park Transportation company, kas ar ranged a very cheap Yellowstone park ex eurslon. Train will leave Bllena.Sept. 0. Sate from Helena through the park and re sra, 4aeladiag rail and stege tranporta io sad hotel secommodatlon in the park, iors, cail t Noa s thee tlcno ti cket eooe. A. D. J.net A General Agent. Qommene nacla . 01. Great Nortbher trains wilt leses "ieans as fol No.1-Butte local, S8A0 a, m. no. --MAtlatlo .ipess (eaAt bound), 1011% 4 t. No. 2 i--4Oaf1l eapiess, (west hound), 8tM p. m. t , H. ,iOssx. General ;'loket Agent. Theaosande f 1farterin Women. Delleate women who somnlain of tired feeling, pales In the back and loins, desire to sleep. disslnees, painful or euppressed menstruation, will And in Orecon Kidney T''e a faithful friend. Mean be relied usro in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thoa sands of Women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidner Te.. B500 Reward! We will pay the above reward for any ase ot ive ton, mplaint, l~ypepula. hictk headache, In getilen, Conulstipatin or Costivenes weo can not oure with West's Vegetable Live- Pills, when the directons are triety complied with. They ae purely vegetable, and never faill to iree reat- actin, So ar Coated, l.Arg boxes. 5 cents Baware of cenuterfeite nud inlItationa. The eues e sold by i. M. Parohen Ai Co. Tlhlene JAPANEm9 CURE A new and Complet Treat t, consisting of nppoeitorie, Uinpesat in (apeule, also in lio and'Pitls; a Positive Cure for External, In terne]. Blind or Bleodig, Itchilng, Chronic, Re cent or Hereditary Piies. and many oether die. sese and female weakresses; it is always a great eneft to the eneral health. The frnt discorvory of a medical care rendering an operation with the knife unaeoessary heresfter. This Remedy has never beoen known to fail. 1 par box, 5 tof 1S; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee is positively given with 6 boxes, to refund the money t not cured. l.ed strola for free sample tIaurante Issued by 11. . I'arosken & Co. druggaist, sole agenta, nielena. Mont. Montana Uni~ersity. University Place, Near Helena FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 8, Coursee of lastruotlon 1. Cooliege. 9, College Preparatory. 8, Bsetess 4, Nor. mal. 5, Muslc. 6, Art. 7, Military. Also Istrnetteon In Common Branches. Able Iastrateion, elegant buildlig. Bend for Catalogue to the President. F. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. D. THE GODES. Political, Penal, Civil, Civil Procedure Couplete Sets For Sale at This Olice $10 PER SET. IHERIFF'S SALE-H. MI. IIIANI)EGEE and E N. Erandeges co-partners as Branda gee Blrothers, plaintiffs. vs C. i!. Newbuy. Flora Newbury. T. it. . Kleinsohmidt and . Clarke, defendants. Under and b virtue of *1 order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the dietrict court of the First judicial district of the stats of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and (Clarke. on the NthI day of August. A. D). 1892. Inthe above entitled action, wherein iH. M. lranaetgee and l'. N. liralndagre. co-plartners as -randgeo' lirothers, the abt,, named plain tiffs, obtained a joudgment and decree of fore closure and ate aeainr t C. t. Newbury, 'Flora Newbury, '. I. lileinschmidt and B. larkh, de fedants, on the 8th day of August. A. D. lat2. for the sum of $2,b5.50,. heeides interest. costs and attorney fees. which said dercor was on thde ti day of August, A. D. 1992, recorded in judgment, book No. "'H ' of said court, at page - I in sommandod to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land. situate, lying and being io the county of Lewis and Clarke. state of Mon tana, and bounded and described as follows, to. wit: Lot number one (1) In block number six non dred and six (601) of the Hoback and (Cannol addition to the city of Helena, as said lot ant block are more particularly designated and !de ascribed on th official plat of said addition, on file ine the olioe bf the county clerk and recorder of JaiF It unisy. Together with all end singular the tenements, hereditaments anti appurtenances thereunts bo lunainci. or in anywise eppertainilg. Publlo noticeis hereby given that on Wednesday the :tlst day of August, A. D. I189, at 12 o'clock en. of that day, at the front door of the court house. Helena. Lewis and Clarke eonuty. Men tans. I will, in obtedience to said order of osalt and decree of foreclnsure and sale, fell the above described property, or so noch thcreof as miay be necescary to satisfy said .idgcnt. with interest. und co sts to the highest and best bidder, for rash il hand. Given under my hand thu 9th day of August, A. D. 1t 2. CHAS. M. JEtl"'ERlH. S~heriff. By .aLPha GI. JOHNSON. Deputy Snerift. ALIAB SUMMONS-COUNTY OF LEWIS and Clarke state of Montaun In justie court, beforg, , W. Fleiserhor. jus tice of the leace (iorge I. ay and Jo.uph Cuskelly. co-partnera doing business tinder the firm, lname and style of Bay A Cuskelly, plain tift,. vs. F. tov. .sefeenant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby requtlred to appear In sn actlo" brought agaminst you by the above named plaintiff s il Jlustlrce court ietors C. W. kleaeser, julstie of the pedo0. and to answer to the complaint itile tih-rein, within forty deys (exclusive of the day of aservice), or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of raid complaint. The said action is brought to proorerejtdg ment for the sum of $20 for board and lIm ing furanished and for goods, wares and merchan dis, sold and delivorer by plaintiff to the do fondant and the cosst of this suit. And yotu are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above retuirid, titse aLid plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demoandedt in his complaint S tiivren under my haad and seal thi t 1 Be-- 30ti day of July, in the yearof our I.ord. one thousand eight hundred and ninety Justice of the peae, in and fttr the ceunty of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana. N.OTI('1 IO UREDIT'OR - ESTATE O0 Fredetrtik t.ur, decearwd Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad miaistrator of the esta.e of Frederick Sour de. ceawed, to the retlltor of and all pereons Lav in lalme against the saki deceaased, to exhibit them with the aec.eeary voouhers, within four months after thie first publication of this notice, to the said admlnistrator at hia place of buteloaess Ia Fast Helena, Montana, the samo bens th place for the transaction of the buslness of said estate, Ia the oounty of Lewisl and t larks. HUtiO IIAIROLD, Admlnlstrator ot Frederick hour, deeaed. Dc oJurg ed. PAID UP CAPIT , o00,000. 11 vý ND PR IS, $700,000 Db.A ead DeposA ory of the United States. 0.y.ut . . o.son sIutneseM Trasaote4 . * fat1 .yi o.pOSit Bioxes !f or t. Drleter;t d. T. DAUBER .........t.............PreMdent 8. W. KNIG IT ......T...................Cashier I. H. KLEINSCHMIDT..... Assistant Calhier E.0. .- HILL........ Second Asssltant Cashier ran vl e t rt.................... rockt rower . T. C. I owor.......... ..... U. H. Benator . Crtln ............ Clarke, Conrad & Curtin H, N, H~amilton ....,................... ('alptalst i R. Allt ........... Mining and 8totgrowere I. M, Helter.... .A. M. Holter Hardarre to. Assolnatedl anks: Northwestern National Bank.........Great Falls lirst National Bank .................... Mieula Virst INational Bank .. ..................... nite e zrchants National BANK, OF HELENA, MOAT. , UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.) Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L N. HERSHFIELD ................President A. J. DAVIDSON................ Vice-President .AARON H lISHIELD..............Gehier Boaed of I)lreetoras Thomas Cruss, M. Sands, m. Huntley, A. K. Prescott. A. J. Davldsen, Mones Mrrls L. H. Hershfield, Aaron Hershfield. J. Switzer. First-class City, County and State Securities bought and sold. Exohange Issued on the principal cities of the United State and Europe. Iranefers ot money made by telegraph. interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly attended to. loxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the beat constructed fire and burglar proof safe deposit vaults in the country. Second National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. -. D. Edgerton. ......................President C. K. COLE.... ..............Vice-President IEOR I.E 3 CHILD............... ..Cashier ,OB1EPH N. KENCK.........Assitant Cashier Board of Directors: J. B. Sanford. C. G. Evans, H. W. Child, S. J. Jones, ..N. Sraltt. Chris Kenck, E. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole, Ocorae I. Child. , ontana National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000, Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dlreetora t O. A. BROADWATER ................President L. G. PHELPS ................... Vice-President . L. Mlct( ILLOH ........................a-hies A. L. Smith .............. Assistant Cashies A. G. Clarke, Herman Gans., H. F. CGale, Peter Larsou, C. W. Cannon. H.C. Waliace, D. A. Cory. No. 4406. H elerna National BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY ..................President SHIRLEY C. ABHBY............Vice-President FRANK BAIRD................... Cashier Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on foreign countries. Transfer of money ly telegraph. First-cla'sl city, county and state seenrities bought and sold. ! Collections promptly attended to. Board of Directors, John T. Murphy, Shirley C. Ashby, '. W. McAdow, Frank Baird, Chao. K. Well, J. P. Woolman, F. G. Maclay W. E. Cullen, Jno. S. Mond nhall, Abner B. ClomentsR. H. I,. ord. A. A. MoDonald, J. P. Porter. -THE rAmericarn National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. C. POWER..................... President A. J, H]ELIl(MAN..............Vice-Presidont A C. JOHNSON......................... shier tiEO, F. COPE............. Assistant CashierI DI)rectors, '1'. C. Power, A. J. trllgman. A C. Johnson, Richard Lookey, James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange Issued on principal cities of the United St;ats, Canadla and Euroe 'T'ransfers of money wld, by telegraplh. Collectloet pronm ptily natttll to, City. county and state securities bought andsold. he Thomas Gruse SAVINGS BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws ol Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THIOMAS CRUSE........ ..........l'resi lenl F;HANK H. CRUIE...........Vice-lroslenl WM. J. COOKE......Asst Treas. and Hteretarl WIt. J. BWEENEY.... ..............'l're:anrur Trustees, Thomas ('ruse, Frank I. Crlse, Win. J. Cooke. en. J. Siweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cnnt. interest on Savings Deponit, lomsn doutdd January and July. 'Translets a general Ianking btsiutesa. l,'v. echaenge on the principal e!ties of the Unitdi States and Esrolr. Dealrs n county and city bond., andt makes loans on real estate mortgages. Office hour. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. Also on taturdlay and Monday evenings from 7 to e o'clock. NOTICE TO CONTiR AtTOItH . - '11 Eil TIii I toes of Holena hllu l distrlo ict o I. I.lots and ( larks county, Montal., will receive scale d propol nu to 1:7:0 Ip. it., I'tlelday, Atug .:1. 52. for oating the lawthorne sethos1 blllding aMoordl.g to the spcltifiatiLn as treltard by F, M. Witiamas. euerlntandent. 'lhb rierht it re Set any or all bids reserved. 11 order of the BUY NOW. DON'T WAIT. YOU CAN BIUY 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 Dý .A.ESTR ENTT" Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Ilose, worth 30 cents, TO CLOSE OUT, 20 CENTS. LUNCH BASKETS Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose, worth Fish Baskets...... ........ $.... .25 25 cents, Good Splint Lunch Baskets..... 1o TO CLOSE OUT, 15 CENTS. Fine Fancy Lunch Baskets...... .25 _ ,, . . ,"' extra strong .35 Large Size Turkish Towels, 15 CENTS. , , « " extra large .50 palm leaf. . .55 ,, palm leaf, 20 Patterns Shelf Oilcloth, extra large ............... 1.25 TO CLOSE OUT, 8~c YARD. Fine Fancy Work Baskets...... .25 Fine Fancy Work Baskets, large - - ---- - ----- --_. size ...................... .60 Fine Fancy Work Baskets, with On one of the large tables in stand ..................... 2.25 our Crockery Department we Fine Fancy Photograph Baskets, S 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.... $i to 1.75 Clothes Baskets, all rattan....... 1.75 "Our Duick Sale Tale," ALL SIZES. ALL STYLES. ALL PRICES 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. ii rII. I II "Wll  I Il " " -"I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CRUTCHEsi & GARLAND. (T. E. Crutcher. IL C. Garland.) Attorneys at Law. Booms 7 and 8, Bailey Block. Minintg, corporation and real estate law spe cialtie.. Will pratice in all the state courts, in the United tmfatmec.uraeme court, and Ieforo all the departments in ' arhington 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. ASHBUlN K. BARIIOU. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. - Helena, Montana, I --~ _________-- MIASSENA BULLAlt). Attorney and (Comnellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the State. Ohico in told block, llelena, Mont. 8IZER & KFERL. Civil and Minin: Engineers. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat lntcs ocurd. ltucoma 2 and it, Atlas Building, olbcna, Montana. f)IL M. ROCKIMAN. Physician, S .rgeon, Acconcher, Oaulist, Aurist. Member of San Francisco Medical Society, also Nevada State lledlical Society. Office on b:ain street, over Steinmetz Jewelry Store. R. D. L. CAIIMICHAEL. Diseases of Women and Children Special Attention. Ilelena, Montana. ])B W. M. BULLARD. Office: First National Bank Building. l'elephone No. 168. SPOKANE FALLS ANDI NORTHlERN BA.I T W.AY. * a bEASON OF 189lS. a Kootenai Lake and Slocan THE NEW ELDORADO. Direot r,n.e to the C('OVIll,LE VALLEY. li:'ITiE IRivEil ltUNDAIItY (ttIIEK, PAl, MIt MOUNTAIN. FIAIRIVIEW\V TRAIL ctiiEEK, littMtON.l NiliS. lAN, AILt tll ILtlT 'BAY, AINSW.It''lI, KASLO and all points in Ioritish ',hlumbia. Ita.isngers fuor t ii ail ('reek. KooteIlal anId Oirna pIlutl iils l lIavie pokane ont I1 neldays ant I'rdsiva, at 7 is. at.. after the arrival of Northerln I'acltic tiralan Nos. I andil 2l-going thlrotigh Ir,.i bluipkane to NeSlon bthe cate day. ** PATENTS. * tTnited States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, .ttornoy at Law. Sitttalurgh Block. Lelena, MauS IN THE DISTITlCT COURT OF THE FIRST Sjudicial 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 l.mery Bean. deceased. by virtue of adecree of th, district court of Lewis aud ('larks soouty, iu doparlmiont nUm hMr two thereof, rendere.l on the 31th day of July. 1892I, upon tietition to sell real estate be longing to the dcceasrd I mory lean, I will on the 5th day of hoptoemer next, at 12 o'clock in.. at the east door of the court house in the oity of Helena, county or Lewis and t larke, state of Montana, sell at poblie auction to the highest bidder for cath i hand,. all that certain real estate which belonged to theo said Emery tPran at the lime of his death, situated in the city of HOl nsa in said conuty and state, to-wit: Lot num her sixty-live (ui) fronting on Ewing street and in block number twenty-eight (28) of the original townsite. Also all those portions and parts of lots num bered sixty-four (i!) and sixty-IthLree (1163 in saidl block, itelntled ill the following boutndurio: Beginning on the east line of tiw:.ig street at the southwest corner of lot sixty-four (Iil; thencet along the south side line of said lot one hundred and forty (1,101 feet more or less to tile southeast corner of said lot: thence north forty one de crees fifteen minutes oeast four feet: thence north fifty-four degrees thirty minutes twest thirty nine feet; thence north forty-one degreeos forty niinlo millutu a ast sixteon feet: thenlce north tlhirty-two ttegroes fifty-sevent IntieLs Woet thirty-eight feeoot.; tlhence nortlh thirty-nlno do grees thirty-seven minutes west forty-one feet, thenceo south forty-one degrees forty-five nii:utea wont twenty-two feet: thence north forty-oight degrees fifteen minutes west twenty-three feet to t'wingstreet; thence south forty-one degrees, forty-five minutes wobt forty-five and ilte-half foet to place of beginning, together with all the aptturtenance thereto belonging i r in anywise aplterailning. 1. W. ELLfl, Admintistrtttor. lielena. Aug. 12. 1892. FFICE OF DRUM LUMIMON MININGI opany, Room 2tl Plower bIuilding. ol otna, Montana L.ocation of wotrks,. ,,arysvill-, Monta ttto inoti I hereby given that at a meet ing of the trustees of said comtlany lthl ttn iae 25th day of iJuly. 1022. an assaessetiet of two (2) cents per shtre was levied upion the capital stocki of said oottpany, payali ono-Itail in tiirtv da.s ald one-ltal in nsix tlyayo frotm thle 5thl day tof July. 1602, to William Mnth, treasurer of -aid company., at its Iffilot. room 21 lPower building, in the city of Ileltisa, Montana. Any stock upon which said arse-smentis shall rettailn aIldlll Ion thi 2:lt day tf .ettetlur, 1801,. 2hatll his cltime de:inotuent atd wtill be duly advertised for rate at publit auction: anl unless inaytoent tl:ll Ho ttiads brh fot, will bit slt Ion thie 10th dlay of t:ctiobir. 1t2. .to tat' the dohlin,tuent as esstmnt. to.ithlr with thi, costs 'f a.lertlhsing and cx t oes or salio. TIlt (). SH0 11), tecretary. Location of odliti,. Hoom 21:1 i'ower buitlding, Iloloa., tlotirna. Dated at hloietta. Mlontana. July 25. 1812. CARL GAIL, President. E. BUMILLER, Vice-President and Treasurer. H. UNZLCKI;R, General Manattrr and Secretary. M. UNZICKEI-, Westerln Representative. GHIGAQO IRON WORKS, " " " * IIUILDERS Or * * * * e lGold Mills, Wet and Dry di Crushingll Silvrer Mills, Smolt. ing, Concentrating, Leach ing, Chlorinating, Hoisting e.nd Pumping Plants of any ANI capanity. Tramways, Cor lins Engines, Compound El St 1illies, Boilers, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore and Water Buck Ii i I ets, Wheels and Axles and all kinds ot Mine Supplies. S" * IExcelurslvo lastera Manufacturers and Agents for 6 0 * ,1. Il. Blyans Roller Quartz Mil l a IHurlly's linproved Triumph .Conentratot Western Office: General Oflfie and Works: NO. 4, LOWE. MAIN STREET, CLIBOURN AV. AND WILLOW SW., -40le s14. Maotaas. abla M" EVERYTHING IN Montana Sapphires IS IN THE OUTTING. 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