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A ONMSWT aUQUwmCa. "T'he bre for instance bn msh wnder Ii and briasios of his time, after lbn t bioe or a rp J princs to evan io" o hd, inte d of health du m e ever dglr t p d on t fherO .o 110tc routree i founr at the iakoota in. , Trns avna.id ArrBT TU IRTURN.. The very clnaudl me bis-eoh ros bUow lasesod in the Avon's dr eml for ory weaves Visions of ohlldebod v hen, an sbch like eves, Ie wtohed hie float or lay with flowera for pU Or. 'eath this maskr tree-"the fairies' wil. low" Smelt nisio fragrance shed through oharmed Theall.~ b the green musk-beetle's mail and Turn'T one-turn'd bluel "Puck's rainbow armadillol" What mmone childhood back? The fragrance Again from Stratford taues-the musk, recall With power beyond all power of things be holden Or things reheard, those days when elves of Came, veiled the wings of evening feathered And c.oLdlim in from all but Avon musk. IV. THE orURnO THAT LOVES THE tIVER. Hils visions show, beneath a silver cal!ow. A child who loves the swans-the mnoorhes' "ohbeep," Flshing for bream where river holes are rleep For guddeon wheratbe water litters shalllow, etloing t6e '"fairy cheeses" ot the mallow., And wi d fruits gathered where the waveests creop o1und that loved church whose shadow seems tosleep In love upon the stream and bless and halloo 'They show a child to whom the water ifaries bend fish to "bite" from Avon's holes and sh'lces. Schild to whom, from golden honey darirles. The flower spriles send tae bees and "suun.hn elves," ,t rhild whose dreams are light's divine vagaries American System. The first milithry line on the American continent waee built in April, 1861, end ran from the war department in Washington to the navy yard. As troops came in and] camus were established they were con neeted by other lines with the war depart ment, and when the army crossed the Po tomso the telegraph was pushed after them. Duling the war 15,189 miles of telegraph were constructed, and 6,500,000 messages, many of them long teleg ams in cipher, were sent. 'lhere were about 1,000 miles of field lines often worked in battle under fire. About 1,200 operators and as many builder s and repairers were engaged in the service. t;o far as known 200 of these, or one in every twelve, were killed, wounded, cap tured or died in service, bat as no records were kept that list is believed to include little more than half the victims.-Chiongo Inter-Ocean. The Favorite. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way is and always has been the aopular line way is and always has been the I opular line between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Mil waukee and Chicago. Its road along the banks of the Missis sippi from St. Paul to La O.osse, skirtluo also as it does the full length of beautiful Lake Pepin, gives to the traveler one of the most delightful and picturesque daylight and evening rides on this continent. From La Crosse ease to Milwaukee and Chicago this road penetrates the garden of Wiirop sin and touches, with its mail line, the lare eat cities and towns in that state, lt road bed, train service and general equipment is absolutely unexcelled. The famuous vesti baled limited train, with its ehlctric lights, electric reading lamps, and elegant aleep ing and dining oar service, is not surpassed by any train in this count y. If you are to take a trip call for the "Milwauken"-the Government Fast Mail Line-and secure absolute comfort, speed and a fety. From Minneapolis and St. Paul to MII. waukee and Chicago, four passenger trains each day. From Minneapolis and St. Paul to Kansas City, two passenger trains each day. From Minneapolis and St. Paul to St. Louis, two passenger trains each day. For further information apply to nearest coupon tieket agent or address J. T. CONLEY, Ass't. Gen'l. Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Mischlef Caused by a Disagreeable eMan. A good-looking, well-to-do and popular young bachelor of an interior town, wHs being teased by the young ladies of a club for not getting married. Hei said: "1'll marry the girl of your club, whom, on t secret vote, you elect to be my wife." 'I here were nine members of the club. Each girl went into a corner, and used great caution in preparing her ballot and disguised the handwriting. The result of the vote was that there were nine votes cast, each girl receiving one. The yoang man remains a bachelor, the elub is broken up, alnd the girls are all mortal enemies, united in one determination that they will never speak to that nasty man again. Now Try This It will cost you nothing and will surely do.yoa good if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with throat, chest or lnaas. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds is guaranteed to give re lief, or money will be paid back. ufferers from la grippe found it just the thing, and under its use had a speedy and perfect re covery. Try a sample bottle at our ex. pense and learn for yourself just how good athing it is. 'J rial bottles free at K. S. ale & Co.'s drug store. Large size fifty cents and $1. She Held Four Kings. The Review of Review tells the "Story of the Girl Who Baffled the Czar." The "gi I" was a Miss Bentley, an Amelioan young woman who had mastered the "magnetio" trick. She placed the czar, the prince royal of Greece, the crown p ince of Den mark and the duke of Cumberland in a chair and lifted them along the floor. It was not the "magnetism" rrobably that "baffled" the czar, but the idea of a mere girl holding four kings. JAPANESE I ýPELLETS Act like magic on the Stomacl. Liver and low. els; dispels Dyspepcas. Hillon.es. levero. ('d-ie, Nervous Disorders, (leMpl, y.nerr Los of Appe. tlte. renmorre the 'omplrlxone perfect dlanheioa followe their use. Positive oare frrr Sick I-lad ache and Constipation. (mell, mild. eosy to take. Largo vials ofo sopilh 'a ener. Sold by ir. M. 'archen & Cu.. dronaistas. eleta. Maont LAI. l-'U' ,Il)lU.--IN TIIt' JURTlt'I'lc clourt e' :;.llnane township. L,,wl* and! niark" col Ir.y r a rrto of rluntaa, baenr., L Illiar ble, j.t.l , I i, ac",. Mi. ('alby, ,..... tI Ii. c. l'eter Iloklnoan , do' fondant. 'II he talte if uillta· to the above named do. fendrlint. greotiulg. ril are hlereby Seummllloned to be r sappear Iafor' Illn. L. Irrariat', a justice of the tie ec, at iiy ,litree in IEmie ilit'nah within tea d.ar alter the, ,Illloti, n of tIhe Iuhllection of ithla .oa mOlc, to-witr .alter Nov. 4. tr-il. lien and tHers tlns a arn.ver to tile complair t lt Il. tabty, the above named plairitif, in a civil soell n to reFrer lite sum If twnwry-lour dollsr andi ninly eight c.,r to. ilr line ael ose-halt mnllrt' lruao ronut end a'lullllt fia J. 1'. ilynIra for gr ods n a nt, clallrirro.l aid gOOal+, Irirrdan. dies andr use ,rf lo,ran h(aving irertt furni.tri to defenrtiat at Ila selpriatl inlranco and rrclt,'n . Anid in delarult tt"rer',f Jdi'nitat will be reo dared agallnst yrlr. I' or Ilukinron, tihe above ialerd defndirr. frr tie tnnl if twenty'founr ilollre allrl anietyr'ltllrlltt rrcta Sc.N), and 'oets of erill in this b 'trait opendrlcl. ttiven tndelor my hand thiLa illh day of October, A.L. I!tR MILEl Justice of the leauu of said 'lownuehip. HEADA HE1 `ald on ae eara s nte SMIvIL Iary t. I LasutsUlt I erostqneed to Urr Aº,', ..fl' Res.oh nDriv aJrin. and 1,w Ours or the iert. After taking t bottles I 1 amued. Th . ern sniandtto boild 4ll u ab system and m ae siac Mia. d lour Rminytaresedtlitl eby o, ,. trl$on h oiWeliserve and d v rai Tmen a iwhighly. ,nMR J.. " AO n tWapr oe t Sold on a e positive lanaatoe. line book ofret crbon Free Druggytr Uver whm. or drese OR. MILES' MEDOIOAL 00.. 1khart. Inds huoll by all uruulg.ts. Manhood Restored. Dr. E. . T West's 'ervo and Brain Treatment, a I..tefle for IHysteria, Dizziness. Vi,. 1eurIl. Hedshe, Netvys I rutratrth caused by alcol o coo. Wekofulne . Mental 1)e rruion, ten of iraia, cauila inanity, misery d4 cay, dea.th. lrmature Old age. llarronnse. Lose of Power in either sex, Impoteoy, Lsucorrh.el sad all Femali Weaknenses lhbluutary Lossos, .lpermatorrh.at, eapsed by over-exertioa o brain, ,eli-'bnzs , orer-indnlonce. A mon'h's treatment *1, t for c5, by mail. We lnrantse O bores to sure. Vault order for 0 bozo, with $1 'will send written muarantee to refund if not nred. tuuarantsu iased only by I II. . Pauohsu SCeo, sole arrnt. eehisn. Moms. SPOKANE FALLS ANID NORTIIERN " " STAMON OF 1892. 0 6 THE NEW ELDORADO. Through from Spokane to Nelson IN TWELVE 1HOUTRS. Direct route to the CORLVILI.E VALLEY, KETTLE BIV i. UB.NDIRY URCIEK i'At. MIlt 1 , UNT r ,I bAIIIVIEYW TRAIL I C;REEK, ROB1ON," N?,l ON. bALOUIt, I'Ilt01' BAY AINhWORTII, KASLO and alt p oints in itritsh C olumabla. Commenlxit Octobir 3, I asrrng.1 for Roree stoke, 't r il Gre., Kootenai AL:d lcai points will lea'e tjpokfns on iaodays.at. 'lmr'dey.V to conn'ot wath s a-rter Columbia at olthport on Tresary and.Frida • N EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINQIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing throigh Sioux City, the only Corn .P.laco City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago, whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi. cago, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims for the new and every way desirabi SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particr, tars call upon local ticket, agent, t address the undersigned at Man chester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Asst. General Passenger Agent $500 REWARD! FO1 THE RECOVERY OF The Body of John McPhee Who was lost Sept. 30, 1891, in Deer Lodge county, west of Rimini and south of Elliston. Was last seen about three miles east of the Ontario mine. He wore a dark suit of clothes and hat, also a watch with his name engraved on inside case. Address information to AGNES McPHEE, 15 South Raleigh St., Helena, Mont. HERIF'S EAL:-- W. W. WINrI OW J. Iohieeia.er, FIbert C. Wallo,e and the Thoma o Urnu', tfeiavng banlk doteldants. Under and by virtue of an a rder of male ant decree of fureolenrea an i sale rjerd out of the distriot court of the firet jediclal district of tih state of Montana. in sad for the county of Lewis and (Clarke. ,,n the rth day of ", tombrr. A. nD. 1501. In the above entitled action, wherein \\'. st. Winseien, tit. fbuvs y.nila platnte., ob. tained a jedsmont anti derree ,f forecrloenre and isle agatast r.ymsi eallesinger, L.erzharcl J. e h!eeiaaer, Robert . \tnllace and thle T'lnrma rues travlnll bank. dtfendaente, on the 10th day of ti.ltrAnber. A. D. ltt2. for -the erm of 1t,40.I. eO tsmuide irtre. s er.t tanhd attorntey fee,,, which said deernt woe on th,, outh day of teptemLer. A. It. tt. rrreordod is judg.. men' ho.k No. "It" of raid ,ourt, at pea - - am commanded to ,oll Il th ,.' rertaln lot', piece or parmre of land, situate lying and hiing in the oounty of Iwwih and Clarke, state of Mpn. I tans and bounded and de Eribod as follows. to. wit: . am numberel on* (I) sead two 121, oin blue, twenty-even (271). of the hulena townstte in tle city of Helena county and itat aftlesaid. ac cording to the efh.al tplat of said townstte, on f.l i, the ofle of t.,e oounty roet,,lr oft ad eonn'y of I owls atd larke;L 'aid lot bluc of, unto tn tihe northeast eorlu ef ood antid .olack r on street in the msa city lf He!',n. and beo,u forty (10) feet fmt on sWod street and etL.hty S(80) pooit s Jaei an streeut. Tossther with all a singutnlar the tenemento. hereditament and appOrtenaneou theroultj Lb. t lonir,. or in anywlse a peirtat;nif. Publio notice is ltereby g.la that on Frlday r the 'I.t idays of t rtt,e . A. 8. iS. at l o'eloe. nt. of that clay, at the rent door of the court ltoen,. )leltten. lhowe eni( Clarke .eeutr. Monl tat, 1 will. in olatrinot to said order of rsle ansd dteree .f foreltnre and sale, cell the sabove desorlhbed property, ,r s moash thereof so may be necessary to usatify said tudement, swith iteremt an sd eeeet tohe higlhet and beat bidder. for eeh in hand. (iven uneer my hnd thIbs 10th day of &ptomn. her, A. D. CHAA M. JC.V1F S. Shed6. y MYtja O. twuloso, Deputy tkritt. paintif, . George H. n Vw Arthur I,, Ye.. Arn )ormt lawon and .I , A. Uaw.an, eal-l i Untlew and by .virtue of an t Pq.mu an dQ avfnoo ila and t foa dýOt~t t 4urt ol Eila lrýE at _aiAOtt." fo .t .! G f atrok, cn the nth lay Of taotow, . 1 t oM t~uo ave otit mlttl aotti whresI L. Haymond, tel a)wve nwsame a b istR, mbmqa Judgmenet an Kam od (crates 15It, lul l .mqlrr o~ 0 O,&l( u ppre aa U Pla rsr o h,. fjw Arthr I. aw, Artt e ' t relBawI 94, A. sao. A. .?r nmb ~ Ttg,~ a, danlendante . O Uia tffIo w neree. 11 etqamu4 attifinteys fe..wh a. tori amamt book lio. of j ,anya t .pge --.. am oomm uded to Mi 1" ,t ailtI pt, pe or iarel of land, ata, I~lyng andq) t Ipp n the eoga ey of Levi. S of,, rnd . t. unded and n Woe5. , t.-wltOW g.t. She eut wootny.tive (25) feot of lot numbered sixty-two (61) in bleak numbered ftnr (4) if the I t.l tdd Lion tto the city of Hleu , in il of of letd th e . a brtieta de eorlase of the omonm roe a thrlstt p lto the satd additin oo lile in to ea1itre of the countly recorer of said cotnty, n.n made a part To.tenr with el and singular the tmnemente, eredta~me anti appurtenances therento be !ola t Or il a.YWla a pertalninr. P-ubationt i bereb. Irien that on Frldr . the 4eth day o a'. brr, A. D. 1002. at 12 a clok mr. of that day at the front door of the onurtose. Helena, Lwits and Clarke county, Montana, I wll. in obedience to said ordr of esat nd deoree of foreclosure and male, ell the above decoribed property, or S much thereof au mary he neosary to etistfy said Judament, with intereat and roe , to the highest eand best bidder. for ca.ih in haud. Given under my hand thli 6th day of October, A. D. 12I8' CHAB. M. J3FFERIII, Shorl. Y tALPnH G. Joltteoix, Deputy bherilf. THE GODES. Political, Civil, Civil Procedure. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. $2.50 Per Volume. $ 2 .5 0 --~; .P er:..·~":~ QUIGItNESS " " AND S S NEATNESS Are two things which every. body wants when he gives an order for Job PriRtirg. The Independent meets these requirements in every re spect. It has just added NEW AND FAST PRESSES. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is prepared to execute any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without de lay. Work for Minin Companies Is a specialty on which we pride ourselves. We are al ready doing the work for the big Companies of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for more. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write us for estimates. THE INDEPENDENT, HELENA, MONT. Reeoom I, Power teek. PeottoMo Ue Int IHELENA. MONTANA. A.K. PRESCOTT 4DrALE.r IN Manble and Gr1nite MONUMENTS 4AND) HEADSTONES. Irolt Helen., Fon©lJg, Montanu. First National Bank S Or iL3NA, MORT. "PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 I Dessignated Depository of the United States. Intamrt mllwep.,, .time..po4ht. ienorrl Henkl.g, 1 rie Tr'ansscte.l I s0ty Wpait Hoxer tot Bosh Dlreetore I T. HAet .................... Preldetl -,W. . N t*n t h .... .................... awu. H. H KLENOHMIDT.... r.slant 'tahier QEU. I. ILL.... Second Aseiteqt ('sLhier ratllise Stuart. .. ......,.....tno.grower W , 1atlh...... ...... ..... ere ent , r. i'rtcn............ Clarke, Cons n Carts P am lton ..... .'0lp00.ti t n ut Alan .......... Mfiningt 9 bt0'.00ow0. K.F . erK, awtI.......... ...........Ptresnt A. M. lioltr .......... M.Halter 11ardwareUta eeetiated Babks, Northwrsarn Nit!oal Bank ........ Great oT'alt lr.t Nati,,n.l Hank .................... M us.nla trmt Natonal rnk .................... butte JI zrchants National DANK, O HELENA. MONT. SUNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L H. HEBSHIIELD. ........ Prelident "HiON HE .,iiIHYLLD ..................O.,hler Board of Dirbetors a Thomas Cruo, M. 8and., I, ., SHuntley A. K. Prescott, .eDavdon. Moses Morrlis, L. i. Herbfseld, Aaron !erehfleld, J. Switzer. First-elma City, County and State Securities bought and saold. Exchange issued on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. transfers of money made by telegraph. interest allowed on time deposits. Collcretion promptlr attended to. Boxes for rent at.reasonable prices in one of the best constructed fire and burglar proof ale deposit vaults in th country. Montana National BANK. OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Dlretoras U. A. BRO4DWATE ..................PreeldeM L. t. PHELPS .............Vire-Presidenl it. 1 Mot;ULLOH........................ Cahie a. L. Smith................... Assistant Cashiw A. G. Clarke, Herman Gena 1I. F. halen, Peter Larson, . V. Cannon, it. . Wallas D.A. Cory. ecorldi National tANK, OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. a LD. Edgrton ....................President . H.. I ............ .Vice-President i .KEi HaIsD........ ............ Cashier rOBEPH N. KENCK.......... Assihtant Cashier Board of Directors, J . anford. O. G. Eans, A i W. Child, S. J. Jones. A. N. pratt. Chris Kenck, E. L. hdgrton, C. K. Colo. George ii. Child. NO. 4400. Jelea National BANK. OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SHIILEY C. ASHBY.. ............Presridnt A. 1. C. .EMENTS................Vic-re ident FIANK IAIIID ..........................ashier Interest allowed on t me cepneits Exchange Lesl.e , vrn foreign counti e. 'jrarsftr olf money iby tlograph. I irht c'ans cit1", county and state eco~ritiea ,ought and sold. Collections promptly att:nded t .. Iteard o( Dlrectors, John T. Murph, h hray C. f~hby, . \'. ,tcAlow, 1lsau. I aird. C.as. V. oh, SJ. r t'o Wnltnan, E. t.. hi. c'ay. '. IE ('ulln, Jon. N. .r"denhall, Abn.rF.loments. It . F, rd, tito. L. Tracy, J. P. Porte. T he Thomas Gruse BAVING8 DANK. OF HELEItA. Incorporated Under the Laws o2 Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. rHOMA8 CRIUSE......................Preinlt F 'AhNK|lt. CJIUnEK...........Vlcs-PraidOenl WH. J. C'OOlKl ...... st Trran. and torrrtari WM. J. SWY-.IE..........I.......'iareres Trusteea, Thomas ('ruse. Frank H. Crewe. Wm.. J.JCock.. 3. Seweuney, John ]lag.n. AllowsI pir cent inrerect on Savincs Depolts, onra' oundod January anl July. T' neacts a general bankine hnttnesc. Draws cXhgJ1 1iaJ on tile ',rllcipni o lien of the Uniltd P:itnte aed Kirtroee. I). anl in corlnty and city loud-, and makes loins on nal estate mortgales. Oflire he~ore from I0 a. m. to I p. to. Alao on tt;rrjaY and Monday evenlng from 7 to tI -THE- rnerican National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. C. POWER...................Pre.dent A. J. 8ELIOIAN............... Vlos-P.orilooat A IL JOHNSO10N ............... .......C.t.hl.d .GO, F. COl'E................ Asistant Cashier Director.s T'. C. Power, A. .1. Seligman. A. . Johnoln, tichard Lookey. James Sullivan. interest allowed on tim,' dposlts. Firhan,. [Ilond on principl, citie'n f the United Ntt,.,. [aadeaaz Eurotu. 'Iranster. of money mIlod tegirtph. (Coullctior.a tprolot'y ottlldod tn. Lit, county anld stfo securities bought and told. J. L. SMITH, Freight and Transfer Line UHELENA, MONTANA. All ktndt of merohandlee and other frd. includllng ores, promptl trnalenrred hot the depot. ero will roeive ptompt . --O.sb Sat ldbergt'. Store and at t, ul", Rook and Ore BREAKERS' -ND GJRUESERS. ("THIE B1.LAKE STYLE.") This Style of Rock Breaker, after 20 years' practical test, has proved to be the best ever designed for the purpose of Breaking Quartz, Emery, Gold and Silver Ores And all hard or brittle substances, also for making RAILROAD BALLAST OR CONCRETE. Our adjustable toggle block [Pat. No. 227,554] enables us to adjust the machine while in motion to the size of any stone or particular product. There are other improve ments possessed by the machines not equalled by any other in the world. Gold Medal awarded at the Massachusetts Mechanics' Associa. tion, 1881, and Silver Medal (special) at the American Institute, New York, 1882. Farrell Foundry and psonia, Machine Company, Gonn. SWEND CARLSON FOR WHY HE NEVER STOPS. "When a man is a hundred miles from shore in a rowboat, in freezing weather, he will not freeze to death so long as he keeps rowing, but he is bound to get to shore in the end; but it's ten to one the poor fool will stop rowing long enough to freeze to death. Now I don't believe in stopping advertising long enough to freeze to death. "Get on top in your business. There is only one top to each business, like the point of a pyramid, and the man who gets on top finds it easier to keep other people off than before he got there. "Never let up on your advertising. What was the greatest thing that ever struck this globe? Was it not the Christian religion? What do the churches do when a man has been converted? See what an amount of environment they must place around him. How they must keep him continually up to the front, lest he fall back into the world. Well, if the Christian religion, which is the greatest boon man ever received, can't keep its people together without continual work, I don't believe Pearline can, and after we have con verted a woman to using it, we propose to keep at her as long as she lives." In writing to the salesmen of the house, when he had occasion to ixpness very distinctly upon their minds a certain line of work, and to repress their too exuberant suggestions, he wound up his instructions with the forcible words: "Do your duty, that's your button; 'we will do the rest.' " "What is a great outlay in advertising? The great fortifications surrounding one's business. If the man ufacturer has grown to a position where he can spend $300,000 a year, no rival can climb over his defenses unless he can spend a larger sum."-J. T. PYLE, the biggest advertiser in the world. AeYoul Interested in Gold Miinng? If so, investigate thoroughly the wonderful results obtained by ie CRAWFORD MILL:. This mill, from actual working tests, has achieved greatir results, grown in popularity more rapidly and is to-day going into more mining camps than any other mill. Its simplicity, cheapness, high saving powers on base ores fills a long needed want, and hundreds of low grade base mines heretofore lying idle can now be worked as good dividend-paying properties. No one interested in a gold property should fail to investigate this mill, Illustrated catalogues can be had and a working model seen, and all information obtained by applying or calling at our office. LINGHAM & EILBECK, Agents, Atlas 13uilding, lHlona, Mont. Money to loan un Itllprove city and farm .priwpty. A fIIBUltN L -lARlOU H. Attorney and t'ouusellor at Law. Maronio T.mple - lHolena. Montana. MASSENA BULLAI.t. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all colrts of record uin the State. Ottice to ibld block. slens. Munot. SlZRIt & liiEltl. ('ivil and Mining Engineers IT. S. Dapnty lMin.ral turw.yuors. r livoro. pat. anta secnret. tlcoms .2 and lt Atlas Ioilding. ltlulna. Montaun. I t. M. ROCK.MAN. Physician., t rason, Accoucher, Ocnlist, Aurlst. Member of Fan Francisco Medical HSolety, also iNevada grtate Jleatieot Soct*ty. (ltthee o Maiu street. over Steinnetz Jewelry Stote. DR . D . CAItMICIIAEL. DIisease of Won,.u and Children Special Attention. Beleaa. Mont.na. You Don't Know WHAT A MONTANA SAPPHIRE Is Until You Have Seen Those Cut by D, OeSolaMendes& Co. 51-53 Maiden Lane, N. Y.