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Remittances at the risk of sabseriber tnless made by reglstered letter, cheek, or postal or ex press order, payable to The Independent Pub. Itshing Coma.ny. W Persona desiring the ..elar.NDNT served at their homes or place of buslneo can order'by postal card or through telephone No. 100. Please report eaose of irregular delivery promptly. Advertisements, to insure prompt insertion, should be handed in before 8 p. m. Rejeoted commenioatious not returnable a*n less postage ia onolosed. TERlMI O sUlSuOIRIPTION. Tr MAIL. Daily [inolading Sundayl per year..........$10 00 Daily [including aundayl] ix months...... 5 00 Daily liuoludinr Sunday) three months.... 2 10 ailyl [excluding Snday) per year......... 0 1)aily [exelading Bunday perr month...... 75 Sunday only [in aldvant el per year......... . 0 Weekly Iin advance only per year......... t O Daly by oarrier, per week, Iseven iusneom,. a IIELIN .\, M1t)NT.. FEB. 1, 1893. lWr'Montanians abroad will always find Tea DAILY INDnyIeNDlNT on tile at their favorite hotels: Fifth Avenue and lklItroporlitvn, New York; West, Miuneapolis: Baldwin and Palaoe. Ban Francisao: hoMcDermott, lutte; Lolaud Hotel, SIringlield. 111. Tt'Hlt WEtA't'|! :R. T'o.orted for Tlnt Ihr l..rKe nr daily by I. J. CLhse United Statesobs r\er. e:00l in. Gt:00 p m. Faronet ter ..... ..... ... 0 4 Nen erature ............ 1. - . . lad ....... ...w......... - I w- 8 Temperature at noon, 3I.0. ilazitrum temperatusre, - a3 0 htiniauno telmnperaturo. - 1I I0. .oeal forecast for laSlenen Fair; Meowly ris tig lenpeoralllue. he eli air. i|, J l. I l. .T'IIE neCt senator fromt Mtlontaua calln be a democrat. A s.ENATOR can be eleoted to-day, gou tiemon, if you will only say the word. Ic missing word comments on the weather are in order, w;e would like to hear from Governor 1l''twer. Tln ThIDhDCI'F.NLLN.T, the only reliable prophet in Montana, foresaw the etffect of the cold wave on dark horses. Ml:. BE.Ealn.r is a populist with denm ecratio leanings, but can give points on democracy to the nine obstructionists. IN retiring from the senatorial race, Mr. Collins furnishes ax;aluable example to certain meln who would be dark horses rather than democrats. A SEASONAII.,E garlmentll just now would be a senatorial fur-hl ed coat, but the man who wears it must be a demlo crat in all seasons of the yoer. MONTANA is well populated just now with able-bodied and energetic rustlers for government ollices. As there will be not enough oflices to go around, it migjht be well to keep in mind that postollice at Honolulu. THie decision of the house committee on agriculture to drop the rain-makers occasions no interest at all in Montana. The crying need in these parts now is for a man who will convert ice into h.it and dark horse lightning rods into radi ators. Tie HIon. T. E. Collins has retired from the senatorial race, and his towns man, Representative Beecher, yesterday cast his vote for Mr. Clark, the caucus nominee. Now let Mr. D):xon get back into the paths of good old-fashioned democracy, and close the contest honor ably. SENAT'iuR IlisrocK is heartily in favor of annexing the Ilawaiian islands, anid believes that our governiment should prevent interference in this matter on the part of any other power. 'IThat is all r:ght, but suppose tlihe other powers -iiould prevent any interference with filawaiian aIl'arI. on I le part of the; I'uitedl States? In that: case would the islands be worth highting forr 'TIa: news that the great nitrate king, 'olonel North, will send a stable (io horses to clean upl ne't ste:tso'i pr-c' r/A in this country rhu:d cause the a.ton tana thoroughbred to prick unp h is ears. When we recall the fi am::l v\itories (if Parole, Iroruiino. ,',1 all and other Amlnerican iorses ini lingl'sh soil, we may well asseruie that C(!:. el Nortlh will bring his nerve ainw, wl ii L: horses if he expects to ret uro w.th, a chel t full ,.f tr,:phic e ( an y that h lie trip will .i. as Iari. c. re.(l- s :. the annual l'hnglish p. rnm: e f ., e , .\ii rlc,'s ui,, tn t in tl e i .,irit of loic l lreih t' p. tl sit ", Inr, .' rhea e ,u o have u , sýl.ro in 'h,+ :voi k. -2ny itr EMLkfu I t evl r"" litre t11,l.!I. toII' . I 'yl I; : yrr r trv I u 4 uu 1 I I .\t.i 1 : 1. t 1..,1; . ý"r l .,ar c ~ :,t ; ý . , I " , . , I II! (IIl.I 1 I. - . II ' ý, t .. I'I I' ý :1 1111', tn l'( 1~1,,I i I . , 1 ,Ili i ;,rif ~ . :. \). ! i... I 1 ·. ". v.~ I,., (.(l"1' 1 nfll,.".l 11 , 1t,.ý w :.±:, I Ij i~ lie is familiar with every aspect of our present system, in detail and in goneral. Ile is clear headed end conservative, a practical statesman and not al theorist. With the aid of experts whom he can draw about him, he will be able, by the timno congress nleets next fall, to present a taritf measure adjusted to therevenue needs of the country, one that our bustiness inlerests will approve and which will affordl relief to the great body of consumers. ltLAINI. iN I II1011 V. The eOiseoienld lelrald rennarks: The Ilidepontlent rqueslioos whether the lato dJames (U. hillinu can be classed as at llat atenalll, aIlld et ai reason to the con trary says in ciibstance, that hie is not identilied with any great policies. This secure to be an inexcusablo mis-state iuiet." ()h, no, not a iis statementt at all. Opinions ditfor as to iMr. llainro' achievumentai. hero is the Portland O)regonian, for instatine, in able ro pubiican journal, which takes exactly the It sa viwa of Mr. Itlaine as was ox. '.r:'ed inl ti.o Indepondout'a article. -ays tile trŽoenian : (ilatour hi,ci aind disterts what Blaine was, but cannot ullrnify what hie did. No ntlns ever ociuplt.l co lhiUe it a pace ill the lublic eye lor so long c: i.d loft so small a tluituago of 1 e forin,inere: sn petty a heritage fir lostt rite in tihe ritutati books or the hiltory of ins country. Mr. Blalne has tiled evo:yv tntall in u Anmericax public life uat the higliest; had power to shape legis lat.un in congre.s for ten years, and uieladed hgh adnuinistrativo funotion for i:re; a"s belen the lerader of his I arty for ten y.ers in the absoluiet t seine which hais no ;,aralltl in civil Amlerican bietoiy this side of ,a:ickson, antid tas left no record of en tlurini. parformanlce to till futnro gener ationra that he lived. 'I weuty years a mom ber of conlrt'bes, his name is associated with no gceat work of legislation. Twice seeo retary of state, history will connect his nxiIaO with no lchievement of permanent va uoi to thli country. With respectable I owrs of liutllect anul Inistery of the arts of spotl ch, he folltowed neither the path of Webster is a groat constltuttonal ex ipoander, tor that of Clay as one who cou uecrited high towo:s of iersuasive o. story to palt iole lr l'tioss. In congress and in the cabinet. hi war first, last and alwayR , both a leader an i so :vintL of party. 'I'his taisk abeorbcd his powers and he won sun cess ir. it. 11, was ia rest party leader. Thi;s i a form of i;uceces whose reward is wholly contenmlorary. It gives no title to the rI olnition ot iistory. 'tIhe liorull mentions Mir. Illaine's Poan-:\Almeriilltn siic hrnm to disprove our asoertion, but itlnk was ast unsubstantial tis a iri:tm. Joi.JltJ. Itrlls hias had, for ycarn, it vision iof whit he calls "An ocltean-iounl l reitllliil, ii theme upon wL:'h h,, !l ei: leloqueni t epeOehics, in whisch he piturs tihe time when the tlia of the I( itri ;tal'toas will float over Caniiada said ;i'mth Aimerica. Mr. In galls is a brillHnt tllan but. history will not rank hi a a etatesoin. WVe can ill aigre t hat. Mr. itltuto was the most brilliant 1,u0tinian of hir time. As to whiothti he was ntiore than that history xwill have toa dleitriineo after his public tcits htI r -.,li teil1 tIhe tst o lnitle. THhINI/ I UHITIIANCEI TAX. Within the past few years a form of I tixation, krnown a i e "inherilnueo tax." hae' grown. in ,ptipiLtriliy with difforont iovcrntoentv anid i.uo! ! i i itfferent statei. I \`hile it diff. rs in form, the itia of tax :ng periot;ll tproperty Ihequeathed to ihoirs is leh priilm oij. ct .wherever the syrst.o is in vogulle. ' ihe t'oV ar.ulmentit brielly presente.l in its favor are that it t1ates l.roblsto i oltill, lelf-suilstaininlg, intl fur.ii-hen I reveoiilOe io the state, iand tiat it eheikis tll dI ,gerou iaccu. luiation of woe;lth iy d .tributing it iu ,tier chaunnels. 't he iat rt. of New York, for iiin taict , tnxel the slate of ,liy (joild tiihOtI under this ivstIIm, which ais) prevailis in Cnnnoctcut, asera chusstts. Now Jer-ey, \ei,:t Virginia, Delaware lid I'iuilltylvihtil. Ii lils ex ,rite in the latter .hLite since 'l2i;. It, Sfoundi in i-uiroi.p in Italv, .\u itri, . in, lelgiuin, Iollnl. U iii irk, .v mv, ay ;and1 uissia anti in ,'t,.-raha. lit mlie;t of t1t.00.t l c ,untre thet lburitan',a tax oil property left to dirct h.i:rs i. greater thlu that left to idlIrlit heiri , helatlie in the latter ica L ti, itiivitins are liuOlly ,lit;hr and the properly is ThI featuire itthih has t alil for isle t-t,.,cihl ,nd -lur lt i I Ir ' of n ii l h r i it lof i.o l.itts, ; ,1, nil-tl, of Ib r..\in lrlw (''r.not;, is t t it n of Ihe tax ..:iord in' ti .r i., o.f po rty ., uhat i, t, t ..h. , .s u t bo ai rat,-, f, "r I or ltfa l:r, rf "," rt.. O ,y nt.hri ,k i I ti:, v'alue , l - , - -. I tn l.--,,,,, accrnhog to W,0.<,. tI, , .m c,, c.,. h, lit , " i , '. ' C ;i. (, on ti r'1 ^ .,I. r- r 1 I:I- I, ,i! fl ýIý'tt'.t " f t v . ...: c 1t. i;, .. ..· : ~ I..· to , 7r, I ft, f Ut 'I ' "' ý it. al,1.1 '31 7 .~~~~~cr~~ ~ :· I ':: i: i*r * ihrt'' \. · "1:. t ·l - · ,II th" " :'nt~r. frwn a n charac ter, uud 1t utttl t-A If nuluftir.,ttou wn· o.. I intense that he removed to ALabama rathse than live in the same state with John O. Calhoun. Delazon Smith was a senator t.om Oregon for a shabor time in 1850. It would appear that the Smiths wielded more Iollitial power earlier in the century than they do at the present time. Possibly this consideration may have dictated the determination of Mr. James -nmith, Jr., to be United States senator from New Jersey. TILE BUISM TRAGEDIY. -;tory of the Events That Letd tip to the Murder and SButide. Laet week Tun INDEntNDFNT published the story of the shooting in Butte of Waldo Whipple and Mrs. Boilse by the latter's husband, Chas. Buise. After shootin thlIe Mr. Boise turned the gun on himself, :teath resulting almost instantly. The San lrancisco Chronisle, commenting on the trage.dv, eare: The history of the sanguin cry affair dates back to the recent Acton MeLeod wrestling snatch, when lsuise oiwned the "H1.ot cotob" saloon, on Morton street. On that occasion he received $500 from Washington F. Marion, a traveling alesmiin, to bet on the mnato. lie placed tilhe money and won, but before Marion re. turnetd to the city Bulse pocketed the $1,000 and disappecn:ed, going to l'ortlaad. A few weaek betore this Boise's wife had seconed lan engagement at the Bella Union theater an a song and dance woman. She was known as "Goldie." Waldo Whiiplee, a male song and dauce performer, was at the 'ame time employed there. When Maion eturned he secured a war rant for the asr.rt of Buise. who was brought back fiom Portland, examined in the police court and held to answer to em bzalement. 'Phrough the influence of Mrs. lulse, Ned Foster, the proprietor of the helle Union, and F.ank McManus qualified on his bond in the sum of $3,000, and then Uaise, being unable to compromise the matter, fled, leaving his bondsmen in the lu: h. lMre. Buise remained behind, continuing to ailpear as Goldie on the variety stage, and the day after Buise's flight his wife, for they were legally married, notified Fos ter of the fact. She claimed to be in ignor ance of his whereabouts. A few days late-, however, Mire. Buiso went to Foster again and gave notice that she was going to Port lhnd, where she said she had secured an en gaomeunt. (n the same day Foster called Waldo Wilpple into his service. W~Vipple, who is a tine-looking young fellow, was paid an advance of $100, and told to follow Mrs. Buise to 'o. eland, to get into her favor if possible, to intercept her mail, or to do anything that h- conld to ascertain the Iofugeo'a whereabouts. He want to Port lohl and suceeded. A few days Inter he wired Foster that Buise was in Victoria, B. C. An attem t was made to appiehend the man the e, but he escaped, going east. Whipple, still in Foster's pay, continued with the woman, who was known in the north as Lillie Hampton. From Portland they went to 'T'acoma. Seattle, Spokane and finally to Butte. From Seattle Whipple tele.graphed to Foster that Buise was in Mlontreal, and an attemut was then made to extr adite him. The governor, however, refused to insue the necessary papers, and it was then that Bnise's bond was declared forfeited in the I olce court. Whipple, it seems, did Foster's bidding too well, and Buise, learning of his wife's lie fidy, forgot the danger that awaited him on United .lates soil and went directly to iutte. The terrible result of his trip has alreagdy been told. Until yesterday morn ingt no otie n this city dreomed that BeUse had c.oused the Canaelian line. The city and county brought suit yester. day agaust Frank .icManuua andi Ned Fos ter to recover $3,000 on lnise's forteited ball boul. IFoster ans wired Mrs. Boise offering to pay her f re back to this city. He is trying to have Buise's body shipped h re, in hope that by so do:ng he may escape the penalty of the bond. ROKAD\\'Ai .li1 CurjiN IY. A Missourl Valley tKepubileau Corrects home Lo ".'s" lStatements. To Tui INDEPENDENT: Ileferring t6 an article in your valued paper by "anothtr W" in regard to Broadwater county, it enetom neceessary to correct some of the uulsaoadiug stttements made. The pur poae of &I . W. ti very evident, since, as a eaembe; of the court house ring, he has grown fat at the expense of the taxpayers and is willing to ado;t any method to be allowed to do so in the futur,. The charge that false statements have been made in reyerd to the amount of assesbable property in the new c uilty does not stick well, con ci lring that W.'. own figures prove as it lasjt very neary car act. i'ho roil facts In thi case are thest.: The tax levy in ISeagheu county was 15. i utlls, and the counuty has Ib un rn in debt at the rate o. $'25. 0 II j1"r year for t!e last four ya.re, vaoording to the last grarnd jury report. Not only this, but toe county .till conuitno's to ran in debt at the *aune into and when the constitutional liuit is reaetid, which will be this yesa , the tax levy will Lave to be over 20 mills to keep oveu. 'Iaking \i'S figures as correct the r',,untv of lroadwntter will, with a levy of 15' nuil!, hive $20,2i50 to pay running exp"'u'uo out~Uid of aec, ou and state taxes. AgaisL taklo g W's figure'u thit expouse of the lnw county will tu,, as follows: I reasurer .5,20U0, shlritf 12,700, aseseasr $1,800. clerk and recorder $2,200, clrk of the district court $1,.500. county attorney $000, auperin r'ild ntt of schoiol $1,00., mtking ln all $i2,00,) tor a darice. At a higo estimate we t ,od tle tLh' r expenlles are: Roads $3,000, po,- ~1.l., witl, ses. jurors, etc., $1,000. t xouese if the sheariff in criminal cases and hbard of Erioners $1.000, making a ,tro d tot',l of :$1,000. This will .:ovoib K'0, ini to !: t easuay frolt tho t :ze p upelr. ()utside of this we expect to i,:t swI.e . Ivnu,, froml licenses and from fees tbi,.ut x,01:,; i 'lhs above figures mu:ut ueow, tL, ti.e ttli faction of any disinter cot d I arty, that at the aend of every year the ti:axpiyer oif liroadwater couIty will be at .iat five mills bi.ttor off than they would hba ntn '. ct, of White Sulphur S. rings biO ¾i I !litvino their motliey spent at houie lii .t",I of nendine it away. We do not ex e: I to irttite thie present system of ., '.':' " county of having i county clerk :. , ci i.r dniputiom to rtcord one* instrument "v : two ni thre, days, or to have four ex SI,·'.*v uoti"re t it the sheriff's oltioa to .;':. otu, .,,r wr tch in the counity jail. . <.'t r uow t mItuav look at the lprotDoie 1' S. is c :,tlotn !to Ie of grunt ene.it '' '. w:tliih: the l:lits of the .nro, ý · ~ ii, · .li v r w ii i 'ov thin n v . r._ i I-, al .I , vu,.. r .,. ", in . ii : n ti city council or theL H:1' . f - lt i f J,ýn. 10, I ):, th" , , i-- wi, .ni ci,7 ted toi u ,0 , t . rnr- r S k..i i L ; r on whb will . iv. , S t ',t ,hlll I.. t to bt e ar. ln .'II . , , n u o n ud ti e e , i, rt o u - . i :I' rr,,ll ' ii fou U4 lic Inn ii l 1ly t, r ,, .v-t:. fr ,nj rlnin onvy hlr+ Pit. Ili , t ap it i i :tAs .-t the c;~v. ,r I,ri ii ,, . . .iv nur c otherwi.c ii jtlrllill . Ily , r'v .1 h i t;,u ('," v ,,11 1*no ".. I, : ,rv re,' of it id ,od(olutitnt the' n:l .:,..:;,,,., h!, r nL y ,o~ tie aLbovi. 'owsn i d. lity i t rk, lb ionn, inn. IL ý I,. h Ir uit ' yov I nt I. h o lhvi fi,r $!. ,. V,e i b tl to :ln'iouniri th:tt wi. hlav r,,nil rlu .hi.,d ,ir r tl. i tr." , mlll i lutni , w it if f lt.. u.-. ". , - i; : " 1 n f d pl t dll+J* +u , 1.1 Lf l-l1,. I, n ",,,11, ,, u d. wareh )u-en ,.l, ,u - iili,:i a ti " it.i.t. l r 'Il n :'1 ,,, tr t k io:!t",.o :e t wtun o, at hlc;.. m. r nkt11.i Ili *: nl :ota!:,'uln lt v,. tr'ý' o i.i'l i to 'ii uh i ,,tlll'e lc f ~ ll . Il w Ii Iltav. ,) ' i €li;' : l l.,lnu +c nnl4 1I1 ;nt.r r-; 1ti . bn ,in,,ss. ,,. t.,o ;,u t t e-n . ;I. r. f la i . ne , ii I,, , d r, ar , ,", r PHOENIX CLOTHING CO. S. . The Tail End of W inter . . Foroes Us to Tail End Prizes CLEAR 'EM OUT. TURN 'EM LOOSE. - .:. O IERCOTTS .. *.. ALL ARE RED LETTERED ALL ARE BELOW COST. (THAT MEANS BLOOD.) (THAT MEANS THEY GO.) KERSEY COATS-Former Price.... . .. $28.00 OTTER TRIMMED-Former Price............ $45.00 NOW ......... .......... 18.00 NOW ..................... 30.00 MELTON COATS-Former Price............. $24.00 BEAVER TRIMMED-Former Price..........$40.00 NOW ...................... 15.00 NCW ................... 27.00 CHINCHILLA COATS-Former Price ......$22.00 ASTRACHAN TRIMMED-Former Price.....$35.00 NOW ........ ...... 14.00 NOW ............. 24.00 GOLUMBIAN TIGIJET ACCOUNTS Are being rapidly opened. Twenty-one (21) yesterday. With a Five Dollar purchase you have the following coupon given. The coupon tells the tale: PHOENI OTX CLOTHING CO.--- NO. 5 NO RTH MAIN STREET. "WORLD'S FAIR COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION." AooouNT BEN. E. HARRIS, Manager. PHOENIX CLOTHING CO. NO. 5 NORTH MAIN STREET. USE l li ,T ,TH 1 A Sweet Face at the Window. Nothing but the best of North Dakota hard wheat is used in the manufacture of the celebrated IDiaTl0ld Patent Flour And every sack bearing the Dia mond 13rand is guaranteed equal to any in the market. Ask your grocer for it. :-- C. B. LEBKICHER, Blank Books And General Bookbinding. Mla(nfl.turer of LIo Indestrcltible Flat-Openalg l mak Book. No EIttra Cost. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Second Floor Herald Building. (FICA'; (I' l )IFC t l, l't N O " I '.\l ,I'NI-:I| 1 it y p a ltin ., is he m r le ivn tha.flit t is o tn ll l t l t t, r . , l al an .L)Ir t oBK E . al cun-.ant Illt dLad~t. nltgn.,d I,..ta. I) I. MitITory h arr m sill be paid b th undr.igste \ilham Ulo r a tann la n Bho 0. a sO.n a 0rize to rollect, re Floere nu. t H le r iliy dll id rI . I.l,. t 'ANNON. DaLeod Iloloua. Mo t.. Jaun.21, ll.t. MING'S ¾U-.J J. C. REMINGTON, Manaiger. TWO NIGHTS ONLY Wednesday and Thursday FEB 1I AND 2. The heautif ul young emotional actroes Carolyn Gage And her company of playorrin the treat New York sec ceoses, Celehrated 1Don le Case. Wrong. Wednesday. Ihursday. Reserved sale of seats begins Tuesday, Jan. 31. * * PATENTS.* United States and Foreign Pat, .nte obtained and any information given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attorney at Law. Pittsburgh Blook. Heleun. Moat. (No. 3,263.) APPLICATIUN Jol1 A PATYNr. LU. . LAND O()In.gY, . HiLaINA, Mont., Jan II). 1893. Notice is hereby given that. ('harlo . nole. by Thomran l. ('rntcler, hI attornery in fact. whno postutofice ddreo is Ielileoa. 0uut t hae this day Clid his applicalton fnra natnOOL fr 2: l. crno placer mining ground bearing gold snti ,r"n(ncio.) stonen, nttuated nl lunorganizod) nioinm dintrmt. connty of I ewis and lark,, aun atnnet of Ioltanlla aind ds.ignatnld by tlhe fl.i not and ofnllnioial plat ,in fie in nthis eRice an nurveiy No. 4,108llin townhi, 12 north, ronge . wet of principal baee line ant nmeridino of Montane, said survey No. 4.108 being as fullowe. t u-wlt I gtlnning at oerner No. 1, whence thle south wreen coruor of i ct on 12. towshtip 12 nourth rangeo :1 went. Inars nnrlh 683 degre-se 1 minutne wstl fr.lnt. fn.r': theun e dounh 1 degreea O t lan att. easn 1.I1'2 feet to corner No. 2; thence nouth idregre·n 5b mli:lnteo wn.tl ,::20 fltto cotrnr, rto. . thencz north tn dnrSaros 10 lilnotens wet 2Nl. 1 feet t l onrnor \o. 4; thernc norti l5 d. grncn 5n minu:os sail Ilil 5 feet to place ofl bo ginning. IlMagneti vriation n1 degrers gt ontlnlning r he loca io n.f thin mine io reoorded in tihe rn.nor;ar'e ntiet of Lewis snd fil.tro county. Montane, in book -- of - . Il h ad joining tl.autnn o are t i;arlee J. oDolos l.. oltitlog nurvey No. 4.109 on the west. Any mod ll efrmne claiming adversely ant plnortion of said `lacer tine or surfaoe arolunn are ronulre, t to file their adverse ela inr with the register of the lnited Natee landl oflice at Hle nn. no thee.late of Monlae, driugtheosizty days' perind of publieation hereof, or they will bin Iarrsd by virtue of the provllion of the mtatnte. tA.A. W.'tV(tETT, legilter. Nolton t' tllee, I ttorllneye for ApplioanLt. freit publication Jan. 12. 1893. p)R)OPOtALt-EA.lAFD [. PROPOSALfS FOlt tin calre, uppoprt and maintenancare of tler ictk. poor anta Inirnl 'f Liia county. 1ner cnpitm. ly the wverk, for th year eutro, ndnln: Match I. 1i90. said prc pois a ti, IncludeI (I, entirne cosl of lfedlIg. clothinr and ouraing of aidi -on Ipoor aund himnrnlaonpll l bnrtan saspas. ltherinf; a ill Ins renrlvmt lb tlie oflion nntil h ,lch 1. lthn2 ity order of the luarm, of Caounty a omml.sion ere J. H. 'IUtnKlll, I leek. Helena. January 13, 193. STEELE, HINOSON & CO., * " JOBBERB OF * * * ilay, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, CORNI MEAL, POTATOES, ETC. Goods RIeesved on Storage at Low RateI. Corresep.denee with ranchmen solicited, as we are alwaeready to parchac oats to large quantities for cash. Wholesale Agents for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. Telephone No. 100. 1822 Bozeman St. Near N. 1. Passenger )epot. Montana Central Railway TIME TABLE. In Effect January 1, 1893. AORIVE AT HELENA. No. 24. Atlantic Fx res, e stboond . 10:05 a. m N,, 22. 'ajcifle xpress, weothonod... :20 p. m No i. . Butte jotl ..... . 0:0 p.: m DEPART FROM nELENA. No. i. lB tte I ocal ................... 8:0 a m N,. it. Atlantio Fxpross, east'ot ud.. 10:15 a. nt No. 22. l'acicli Express, westb. und... 3:10 p.m ATLANTIC EXPRESS. (No. 24. I aily.) l IIIlena's best and popular train for ST. I PAU,. MllNNMAPOLIs, 1IULotrH, CHI tACO and Nrw Yot:t. leave lielena at l0:0na. m., arrive Ft Paul at F::55t. im., the se'ond mor)'ning, and Chicago at 9::15 p. ,. the isane night, makilng immediate col.lu.:tins for all puints east and south. For further informatiotn laps,, rates, etct rall at CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 0 North Alun htreet, Heleos. (Ur write the undereignol L. (. H IEKEBINO, C. W.PITT. Traveling I aS·ungor Agt. ity T'icket gt. 01. i:. LANGEY, Geneoral Iijoket Agent. 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