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Where he wii make* rep pr namedI estay mat of 'Sligi whiob he will .e4 mtoaq h s.hew A M ae t t State patoha eeo it tow Obeaes fr te copty eakThe pro' ' .Lodghe re a en- ss Mad al 1 `Fridoyuteiuot wher e wil tss a unt to have tebl p provitl e of his atiowe of thea 'ta Dupui des ougetwih o hi. * Mpsetal. 3. 1. Wlebr hag gese toa proa Day thae i~empeted Of entend out*sd opd hta touseafo the ou ityesat.o Th pro. jaet te o etob teoptaeiz eaio e hassish heedguasterye ea et Nelee,, a itd .il tyartua. eff lrt have the blo n p1 eeproa h f o th c eati of Thir nw ooabety. W. H. Webb aandog gineer Doa have completed a sap of the proposed new county for the inflrmation of the legislative aseembly in their action i Wet matter. It is probably the moat complete rap of western Chotesa county evar gotten up, embracing nearly all the geographical details within those. limits anl giving wugh valuable information never bafoe outliaed on a map of thi oounty. It hows at a glance thelosation ot Ohetepas aof Dupa ot as to wster of populati*sad wealdst in lands and other o i nteret. Mr. Webb did the dre hetr taile engineer supplying the data.- set en a ee .D. I), Bogart, ez-oleth ael recorder of this eocfty, lasin Beltr pulling eoa the flathead cunte division scheme and in eidentell, looking out te wee that his same is placed oppelte t the me of treaeurer dthe roster of the new county'o ofbeialsa. discoullan.. R, J. Wadsworth, who was is from 1ed Lodge wieek the irst of the weak, reporte that there is quite a settlement at the mouth of Volney ereek. Abeut a desen famllies have taken up fone raaohe the laud is well watered and there is every in dication of a flourishing tows being startted which has been named Kirkuille. ý[r. Wadsworth took out 'a bleeksmithing ft fi and wilt start a chop for the soluefwai s Cf the settlers. This is but one of the many new settlements os the ceded reservation tributarn to e. Lodge, from which the town wil derive a flourishing trade in the spring.--ed Lodge Pieket. A atrong petitien to the legislature was rrgeeved by the secretary ef the Miesosla Univeraityeslub from Thompson Falls to locate the usivereity In Miseoula. The - titione from other towns will be forwarded as soon as received,-Missoulian. Last seasne William Bode raised teo and one-halt bushels of black Japanese ebask. wheat from one quart of seed on his ranch in the Yellowstone valley. An aged gentleman named Sime, who was in farmer years a freighter in northern Montana, but who has recentiy been mak lng his home with Heany brothers, on the Teton, left Saturday evening for Nashville, 'iesn., where he will live with relatives. Mr. hime is 87 years of age, and although almost blind, insisted on returniang to his boyhood home, and will make the entire trip alone.-River Prees. John F. Corbett, of Arland, Wyo., called at the Picket office Monday and emphati cally denied the report published in the daily press, and oepied in this paper last week, of the killing of a half dozen officers and cattle rustlers in the Big Horn basin recently. Mr. Corbett says that every thing is quiet in in that seotitn at present, and has bean so for some time past. "Such reports only injure the country," said Mr. Corbett. "and keep people from coming in. Asa Sehook, who the papers say is a cattle tbief, and was killed at the head et No Wood, is a good, honest man, and is alive and well, and Bill Nucher, also reported as killed, Is now above the N bar ranch on Uwl crees. M. Flannigan has been busy all the week grading the land which he plowed last fall He started on Thursday to sew twenty acres of oats. as the ground is now in fair condi tion and he has become convinced that thi earlier he can get his oats into the around the greater will be the yield. Bowing oats in January may seem a little queer to east ern farmers but it as a fact nevertheless. Billings Gazette. A Laurel correspondent of the Billings Gazette says: Some of the Indians who have taken up land in severalty consider they are fall fledged American citizens, and go to work to prove it by filling themselves with the white man's fire water and start ing out forthwith to "paint the country red." Ed George, while at work on his elaim a few days ago, was suddenly con fronted by two or three Indians on horse back who tried to ride him down. Present ly they alighted and one fellow who had more bug jaice than the others struck at Mr. Geerge with the butt of his quirt. Ed went at him with an ax. He struak over and the belve of the ax was splintered over our red sitisen's head, felling him to the ground. The others, seeing blood in Ed's eyes. picked up their wounded companion and retired from the feld. They returned later with ielnforcements. but their enemy had flown, thinking disoretion the batter part of valor. We are rather shy of paying any compli ments to the weather with which the Yel lowstone valley is favored, previous efforts we have made in that line having some times resulted in a change for the worse. But the magnificent September weather that January has so far brought us is de serving of the highest eneomiums that pen or tongue are capable of. Clear, bright, eunshiny weather, with no snow visible, excepting that whitening the rugged sum miss of the Yellowstone range, ninety miles away, is the kind the Yellowstone valley folks are now enjoying.-Billinge Gazette. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Senator E. B. Hyde, of Spokane. Wath, to Mise Florence Molinelli, of the same place. The bride io a sister to the manager and editor of the Misaoulian, Mr. Hyde being an es-senator of the new state and presi dent of the Citisene' National bank of hpo kane. At a meeting of the directgrs of the Gal latin bank, held on Dec. 81, it was agreed to raise the surplus from $20,000 to $0,000, whIch Is equivalent to increasing the capi tal of the bank to $150,000. Alderman Ellis returned from a trip to Helena Saturday. Mr. ;Eills went to the capital ostensibly to asaist in the seleetion of Sanders for the senate; but returned without having accomplished that end. Ohroniele. Six carloads of coal for the use of the Northern PaciSe were shipped to James 'own, N. D., during the week. This is 150 *e further east than the Rooky Fork has ever been used heretofore. cv. Rickards recommeudations resard \* state militia were hailed with do ey compsany H, of Bosesmtn. It is he Ghat the buildings at Fort Ellis, or e remains of them, will be re an annual encampment bild. Pillsbury, of Helena. bhe as hbion on the Avant Courier ae C Y., of lower Willow ereck, /ast season have run a bw Creek, Al adison. Crow pr ider, and Rlk Crook val d eve nla out 08,000 buashels of ROU baed of what, o total - and his is a very creditable n local disou Monitor. bmeaedtsr of hathe a ttae u r by his bride. has re J er aandin a pleas oinl Pw estates. stia iY phudt ba wt Whin 7 s. S i e of r.the was a Nlt iAgle ! " ats advlose t b Aillp 10 RrPr e~ad the gat a 'h Nyeblo o iie e lasth o reo e 154 mosIatUP4 e knowtke bla o wilhj te tik kR liana'' wil tU* d~p was onstil svdhiu his ai ad ;us*e tlr at rbesd cotn jIbxaoa vt 6uet ad isa hadthb Th rme en's eiate w as e alms . fece, s sotil , hot the ltlo rte rellh.i & oii fho tN dor andCity e He ithn o A oue his brote bete trhe eou "a was tie l ithr blo ond bompso at 4s nw oandsta dhespam te k !an es t abi 'shot the A rm in site t. ,nobl dot* ba na kilotd buion, . said t chea seride of Mrithin' teinar fetbErsoutel both ed threrw utase ond withbaloobd o ot hi bdm.e and Willia Wnoeb hsae been tfer t interferena of his dog. It~ ý on. of lieee Minsertoaon ee red whoe .a mountIaon lind has eep howia ill attes oa siesa:ss theae beath are being. helioperesured eight feet from his head tothe the ofleis fand on. TO ENLARGE. THEIR BUSINESS. The Wim er Win. Welestelo b Ce. He ve a o w ewp ornerhem. m 1r. Wias. Weinstei h of the air twof We. Weinssein Al Coe, ,left for New Rerk City yesterday' He doea to joie his brother BSamii who west thers a couple ef months age. and is now waoudotlug the same kind o man stablishment the Som has in Helena. Reports from the New York house ate that it is doing a very peod business and that the serviees of Mr. Weinstein are absolutely hretesesry thsre in, order that the buying for both houses may receive the nlecessay at tention. Both Samuel and William Wein stein retain their intereete in the Helena house. Isadore and Joseph Weinstein will a ttdo the badiness here, and as both are thoroughly experleased and perfectly ao-, trade, there is no question but thde Helena house will prosper under their management as it has under that of their two elder brothers. All the buying for the Helena. house will be done by the brothers in New York, and this a guarantee that the poýpnlar, prices whieh have recommended Win. Wein stein do Co. to the purchasing publie will coatinue. The filends ef Messrs. Weinstein' sincerely hope they may have the full measure of success in New York they have enjoyed in Helens. FARMERS' CONVENTION. It Will Be Seld at Great Falls on Wednes. day, Jan. IL An impertant gathering of the farmers of northern Montana will be held at Great Falls on Jan. 11, in which farmers all over the state will be interested. It will be the first event of its kiad held in that part of Montana ad promises to be an interesting and profitable convention. Among those from out the state who have signitied their intention to be present are President J. J. Hill of the Great Northern railway, and Mr. Danwoody, of the Royal Milling com pany, Minneapolies who take a lively Interest in the development of the state. The eonvention will dis= coes matters of importance as af feetiag the future of agriculture in north. era Meatana. Papers upon subjects of great interest will be read by prominena farmers. At the conelusion of the conven tion a banquet will be given under the auspices of the business men of Great Falls. The gentlemen who have charge of the arrangements are Hon. Paris Gibson, Robert Vaughn, Matt Dana, J. 0. Gregg. W. P, Wren-and C. i. Wright. MR. WALLACE GOES EAST. Montana Demecrats the Right sort and Will Bleet Their Senater. National Committeeman Hugh C. Wal lace. of Washington, who has been spend-, ing a few days in Helena, started east yes terday. He said before leaving: "The Montana democrats are of the right sort. They are good fighters and they are going to elest their senater. Who will it be? Well, 1 can't say as 63 that. But he will be a democrat. I have had pleasant visits with Messrs. Daly, Clark and Hanser. and however they may differ on other points they all agreethata democratic senator will go to Washington. This will be cheering news to oar friends in the east who are anxiessly awaiting the result of your son test for the control ef the legislature." The Bee Hive bargain counterson their second floor are loaded down with new and useful household goods. (Give them a oall. Legal blanks at this effie. Wood =4,75 per cord in two cord lots. J. H. Boucher, engeL. iTd L" block, blr avenue; telephone 118. Netlee. Notice ie hereby given that there will be a meeting of the board ef conney cemmis. sioners at their office on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1893, for the purpose of accepting two bridges between Judge Duffy's and M. A. Mitchell's, and for the transaetion of such other business as may legally come before them. By order of the board. J. S. Toonan, Clerk. Helena, Jan. 4, 1893. Mtullan Fuel company is selling wood at $4.75 per cord in two cord lots. L. & I.. block, tixtu avenue; telephone Ibi. The comet did not strike us. and so we will keep right on knocking prices into star dust. Lumbeor &t Bradley. l05 liroadway. The Merchants' National Bank. The regular annual meeting of the share holders of the Merchants' National bank for the election of directors to serve for the ensuing year will be held at the batik rooms on the 10th day of January, 1893, between the hours of four and six p. mo. of said day. AAnoc HrSHaFIraD, Cashier. Helens, Mont., Dec. 9, 1892. sherlU's eate. The sheriff will on Jan. 11. 1893, sell at public auction at the court house at two p. m. a fine piano. Good shance for those de siring a piano to secure one at their own price. The Breoatway House. The only Arst-elsan rooming house in the city, with dining room an connection. RP RICE'S The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder,-No Ammzonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. 1.ritenng SettoesM Now O46tag On K at4 Paul's Chuawo 0i , ro*4waiy,s *l istate Mlaklu a' EWtt# to . *a Ohnviao ao CM.a t >>: s convae *wsil for 660 iý vdtt to COltilit aevp .Every Minh, 'CIO week oee (th o* Chei e Twett-* Ate Volesi St ll5~4t i tM, , hebureh, a0 all the t ee s- weeon the revival ordet, la the mnrhiuý the presidia. eldoe, the Pew, 7. E. m>gtl preached a very abl serases on the dots of Chrietlie aetivity, whise was fol it d by the sacrament of the Lord's sup pr, The Sunday school which immediately sopened wee laIgely attended, and was an oedceion that will be memorable in the his ter of thohes ab. The evening before the esohers and oU14.rs met and laid pians for ehlietipg theb.ateroetef the asbool In spirit ual concerns and as a result of the special appeal mada*e S. ie sehool by the pastor and teaohers, o01r 125 signed eards 0x preseing a di4i44 b become Christiena, The meeting in h b pveniag was largely at tended, thtebnlaad betag Alled to overflow ing., Athalfp1 Pet even o'elock the special revival choir, oeneletiag of over twenty-five voices, began a prlaie osrvice, which was followed by. prayer by the pastor. After the ansotnoements were made, ths pastor hey. L. Wesley Hill, arose and took for his te*t, **Ior Demns has forsakee me, having loved this present world." "This," he said, "is the spirit of Beoediot Arnold in the religions world. We are stocked at the thought that Arnold ever professed patriotism. and so when we think hew low Demas subsequently fell, even be eoming a priest in a heathen temple, it hardly seems possible that he could ever have' bos a celaberer with Paul. even suf fering persecution with him. And yet each as the batse, for Paul makes honorable men tion of Demes more than onqe in his epistles, but now he writes sorrowfully, 'Bit Depas has deserted me.' Why did he desert the church? Paul does not at. tempt to conceal the sewort. He lets it out, and driwe an indictment against Demas alleging that be has deserted having loved the present world,' Oh, if I could only look into the hearts of the deserters before me tonight. I coul4 see written in their very tissue, with a pen of iron pointed with diamond, these awful charges. 'desert ed through love of the wine glass,' 'deserted through the entisements of wicked aseocla tioae.' "desirted through catering to last and passion and appetite,' or in the words of Paul, 'baying loved this present world.' "Domas loved the world and conse quently beoame estranged from God, fer 'he that loveth the world, the love of God is not in him.' It is all right to be in the world, but it is all wrong for the Christian to have the world in him. Christ prayed that his disoiples might keep from the evil of the world, not that they might be taken from the world. SBeme people think that salvation means' that they are ready for heaven and should be immediately taken there, But the crowning triumph of the gospel is not in trnasporting rean to heaven, but saving them from sliz here on earth. We have passed the period of man. asteries and eloisters. Men now see that Christianity is the most practical thing in the world and that it loarishes most in the sunshine of everyday life. And so the Christian lives in the world, but lays his treasure in heaven, and opening his heart for the enthronement of Christ there, looks out the sinful infinences of the world." Mr. Hill at the elose made an appeal to deserters to Chist and thous who had never known him to come back and take the oath of allegiance. He said "the deserter from military duty in seldom pardoned, but in the 'goad fight of faith' mercy is long and compasseon is boundless. The Christ who forgave Peter will recognize your tears of contrition and write your name on his mus ter roll!" At the close of the services a large number signed the card which reads, "I desire henceforth to lead a ehristian life." The congregation was then dis. missed and an "after meeting" was held which resulted in many more requesting prayers and expressing a desire to lead a christian life, Mr. Hill announced that these meetings will continue every night this week, His theme this evening will be "Helena's Greatest Evil." Each evening the large chorus Choir will sing. Christians are working from house to house among the people and from the methods adopted and the numiber who are responding to the ap peals each night, together with the fiery altar services, it looks like an old fashioned revival had come to this city. Mrs. J. Butler has recently leased the Kauif man &i Stadler block and thoroughly ronr~vatril the same. Rooms reasonable. No. 189 Edwards etreet o lhere is only auingl vowel of difference. h.. BSanme K. Davis-speelat. INVESThIENT sTOCK5. Iron Mountain, lets 500 to 5,000; the best investment in the market. No other stock on the list pays the percentage that this does. Buy now at the bottom. Piegan, Marysville, (gold mine) 3,378 shares, at a price. Whitiach Union and Mcintyre. For a sure thing investment-with no possibility of loss-the stock in this gold mine is a purchase. A few small lots for sale. Bald Butte. Marysville, the greatest gold mine developed in Montana; 500 shares only offered. Yellowotone, (Castle). I have some lots of this stook aggregating 18,000 shares. As it seems an almost certainty that the rail road contracts will be signed within the Dresent month, the nominal price of this lot of stock would appear to be a good speculation. Benton group. (Neihart). This is the phe nomenal gold and silver mine of Montaca; one block 10,000 shares; one lot 1,700 shares. Good investment. Florence, (Neihart.) A mine of great promise; 1,000 share lot is all I have. 26 and 27 Bailey Block. Trail Creek and Penasylvania hard coal, and also wood for sale by the Montana Lumber and Manufacturing company. Now it the time to take advantage of the low priles, of winter underwear and la in a supply tur next season, ¶lsbe Bee ive is feigads count of 25 per centthlsweek. MiLENA IN BRIM?. Jaekson's muate store. Bailey block. WA*hS: N4 sOTAgE AND LOT. A.°:*QUT $1,000, T1HE ~ Cre&Reduction Sale MY SWIOCKC Or aia s a1 Organs WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1 Hundreds Are Buying, Call and examine the largest stock ever carried in the North west at the LOWEST PRICES. Jackson's Exclusive Music House. WILL REMOVE TO Lindsay & Co.'s Old Stand, February 1 TURNER & CO. C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank Books And General Bookbindiln, Manufaatutrer of the Naie.trgetlbtl Flat.Ope.ing BlRk Boek. No Extra Coet. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. * . . . . . * . If you think of traveling, call at Pope & O'Connor's Railroad Ticket Office and see what they can do for you. JNO. C. REMINGTON, Manager. *5****9** . S Has Thee Any More Scrapple? Oh, yes. We keep a fresh supply on hand continually. Bring me some please. It is just like the mother used to make in old Philadel phia. THE CASH MARKET Orzcu 501 STATE ST. T. G. POWER & G0. Dealers in Farm and Mining Machinery of every descpo and State Agents for the "Old Reliable" Schuttler and "Bone Rushford Farm, Quarts and Logging Wagons. Hay Balers, Hali g Tie., Barb Wire, etc. Steamboat. block, corner Helena avenue and Main Street. A COMPLETE LINE OP . . . Montana Sapphires BOTH CUT AND UNCUT. HELENA JEWELRY COMPANY AIR PIERCE, MANAGER. POWER BLOCK, SIXTH AVE. A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY AND BOAROING STABLE, HOLBROOK & SLOCUM have taken the New Club Stable in connection with the "H. & S." Hack and Transfer Co. Ofiee Grand Central Hotel. Oflee :elepheae No. 96. etable Teleph.e. NA 87. WEISKNRORN CARRIAGE IAI JFACTURIIIG CO. -ALL KINDS OP- Carriages and Wagons Made to Order. Repairing and Painting Promptly Attended to. MELENA AVE., ADJOINING STNAMDOAT BLOCK. TELEPHONE 131. MONEY TO LOAN T VBT Twes ' 'O B TIT. O. Improved City and Farm Property, for One, Two, or Three Year at lowest current rates of interest. WILLIAM DE LACY, ROOMS 21 AND 22. GOLD BLOCK. HELENA. MONT. H. M. Parchen & Co. Are Wholesale Agents for all the Leading Patent Medicines and Pharmaceutical Preparations. Buy Drugs and Chemicals from first hands in Original Packages, and can therefore guarantee their purity and gen uineness. We never substitute and customers can always rely on getting what they call for at prices as low as the east. e Parchen's Corner Drug Store. The Belvilledleouse 511 AND 513 N. MAIN S1 karopean or A inorioan D ,MDNI Plens and i -m::.i~"""0. A. McDONALD' Modern lmprovemente. PlIOPI1ETOB. SIEFLE, HIf Sflt & CO., ***JOMSSES OF ** Hay, Gain, Mur, Feed, Rolled Oats, CODE URAL, VOTATOMP, RTC. Seeds ReOevetd on tterage at Low Rates. Cerrespoudeneeerw4h ranchmen slicited. as we arealwasrsadg toie-urrtss oat* in large qumntirtee for cash. Wholesale Agents for the Celebrato I Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. TelIae No. 10s. 1ao 2 Bozeman St. hear N. 1'. Fasmonagr Depot. Auction! To-Night! T. AT H lB" Remember, we are closing out everything, and you are missing Great Bargains by not comino to ,our GREAT CLOSING OUT SALES. Store open all day. Auction Sales at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. THIe HU- B NEXT TO THE. POSTOPFIZa J'vortara Urniversity. University Place, Near Helena FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. L, Courae of lastruett.ea 1. Cellege" . Pelleg. Preparatory. 3. Bealues. 4, 11.e Faal. 5. MasIe. 6, Art. I, M~llsavy. Ales lastruetlea I. Oemmem Dwaueh.e. AM* tastruetton. elegant buildtag. Send for Catalogue to the Prsident, F. P. TOWER. A. M. D.D.