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From the Jtallv Herald of May -'*• !: KIM < THIN WOllKS. Siam |> Mill and t «ncrnlralor I*» be Hull! at lleleia in the >e»t Suty 0 a y«...The Future Promt*«* anti Prrorat Outlook ol the l,arce»t and Hiehe»t Gold and Silver Belt* in the Horld. A carelully prejiart-«! estimate ol an ex perienced smelter ami metallurgist «I the cost ol a reduction works, «lamp mill anti concentrator, lor the tlaily treatment ol fifty tons ot ote. was submitted to a lew ol our enterprising citizens, who met last evening to talk the matter over. There were only seven jtersons present Isolde our reporter. The feasibility and importance of work for the production of « • n the precious metals at Helena were decid ed upon aftet a short consultation as to the mode and manner of construction. A cor I oral ion ol a hundred thousand dollars in stock was then agree«! upon, and one-hall of the working «-apital thereol pledged by .,i :h< working • apital thereoi pieugeu •>* ti . gentlemen present. A committee, con __ ... • •• sisting of John B. Wilson, Moses Morris and Mr. Gove, was appointe«l to pro cure subscriptions lor the !»alance of the stock and to report to a meeting to-morrow Friday ) evening at the office of Sanders A; Cullen, on Main street. The profitable ness and necessity of establishing woiks at Helena for the treatment of all kimls ol ore was made apparent after a full dis cussion of the subject and hearing ol the success of similar works at Salt l.ake, Lead ville. Colorado. ami Fureka, Nevada. From the report of the practi«-al metal lurgist an«l smelter it was demonstrated to the meeting that it was possible to con struct the re«luction works, a ten-stamp mill and com-eutratcr in the next sixty «lays. The i tmost confidence was ex presse«! as to the richness ami extent ol the gold and silver ore lielt.s within a short radius of Helena, an«l the practicability ol treating successfully the various kinds ol ores by the combine«! modes of milling, concentrating an«l smelting. There is no doubt but that the gentlemen having the subscriptioas to the working capital in hand will finish their work in twenty-lour hours and report to the meeting that they got all they a*ke«l for, ami could have raided a quarter of a million it that amount had been noeCMftry. It is safe to say that lielore the first «lay of June all the pre liminaries will lie settled ami orders given for lo«-ation of plant, construction ol ma chinery and breaking grouml for the great reduction works at Helena, which is to mould out from the raw material so lavish ly distributed in sulphuretted ores even within our city limits, to the gold-ribbeil lielts that reach from Kaderebttrg to Mis soula, and in «arbonates in unlimited «jiiantities in the Re«l Mountain ami Grass Valley districts. Were it known to the cit izens generally of Helena as it is known to assayers who have teste«! the richness of the ores lying all around our city, that we have the richest and largest gold ami silver district in the world,our town would lie ablaze with an enthusiasm far greater than that which awakened the e«hoes alsiut Virginia City in the palmiest «lays of the great Comstock. It is known to experts that the exhaustless gold lielts around aliout ns have been exhausted ol their oxid'zed or«*s which could lie worketl by the free milling pro«**», leaving mill ions of t«m* of sulphurette«! ores that can lie treate«! by the concentrating ami smelt ing pro« ess. assaying Ironr ten to five bun tire«! ilollars jier t«»n. it is known that the lielt of carl K>na tes joins the gold belt with in the city limits ami all arouml Helena, as .it «lui at Leadville, Colorado, and Bingham i-anyou in Utah. These carltonate ores, containing gold, silver ami lea«l— silver lieing the larger value—will not only smelt themselves but will afford an ample flux for the treatment of the more refractory. Works of the kind iutende«! to lie j • erected here will alford a «ash market for ; the ore taken out in the process of the de- i velopruent ami prospect iugol mines already discovered, and lea«l to the discovery of j countless others, which the patient liaml ; of lalior will open up to the light ol «lay. The hardy miner—"a millionaire in dis- , tress"—will work with profit upon his own j discovery and haul his week's lalior to the reduction works, have it sampled and sold and by Monday morning going to work again with h»s previous week's labor in cash i D hi* pocket, while with pick, shovel and g'.ul he does liis own development up on a mine that may sell for tens of thous ands of dollars. It was reduction works at Sait Lake, Leadville and Kureka that ma«le fortunes for such hard-working minera as Ryan ami hundreds of others who have grown rich by developing their own dis coveriea and selling their own ores. For these reasons and for many others, it is susceptible of proof that no one can tloubt—and espei ially those who from their own doors can see at any moment of the day the valuable discoveries of former years with their crumbling dumps wasting their priceless value upon the mountain side for want of reduction treatment—that with such works as are proposed to lie erected by our enterprising fellow-citizens, Helena will not be long in reaching the coveted title of the greatest dtj of the mountains where thousands of miners will be profitably employed where only one is found to-<lay, and where the general busi ness of the town will thrive and prosper with the miners ami mine* of this district^ Piatt, of the later-Mountain, thus dis couraeth upon the birth of triplets that occurred in Butte last week : "A great . „ ... . . . Hot sympathy is expresse«! lor the un , , tuuate man whose w ile yesterday pre ... . . , , . ite«l him with a whole tamily at one 1 swoop, aggregating two girls ami a boy. ic man uptm whom this responsiblity is ■ * rust is a wood chopper and he ha* to work iid with a double edge«! ax. He says he ill now have lo get an av with five edge* starve to death. Ha<! the triplet* been irn a lew week* or a mouth apart the uw would have lia«l a lea* prostrating feet «in the unhappy husband. He say* ■ will lie more cartful in the future. From the Dalle Herald of May .-9. friendly Souvenirs. 2% Graud Army Seoul nod Soldier» Moil, published at Philadelphia, l*a„ in speaking ol - friendly courtesies between a Philadel phia Post and Wadsworth Post No. of Helena, says : There has lieen shipped by Comrades A. C. Johnston. I rank H. 1 epper and Philip D. Fowler, of Ceorge G. Mead Pont No. 1, to Comrade Joseph MarDonuall, now residing at Helena, Montana, a box containing a blue silk regimental flag, with national coat of arms on each side, with the following inscription : 'Wadsworth Post No. 3, Department Montana. G. A. S. '.in the reverse, 'Presented by Comrades ol George G. Meade Post No. I. Impartaient silk, for guidons, with gilt mountings * n____ a Tt__a XT* ^ TNonarttnPnl Pennsylvania, G. A. K., May JO, 1H85.* j This flag has a sectional stall' with nickel plated spear-head, and mountings. There wa> also sent a pair of American flags, of And to Farragut Poet No. 7, Department Montana,—which Comrade MacDon.iall was instrumental in organizing,—there wa* sent a large picture ot 'Old Baldy. To Comra«le Joseph MacDonnall, himself, there was presented an autograph album with "" .....— the signatures of the. past and present ol lw.*M ntwl ..Amr'lilow A. PftMf \ ft 1. AS II t ni" licera ami comrades of Post No. 1, as a fra ternal gift to a Comrade who has the wel fare of the G. A. R. in general at heart, and Meade Poet in particular. These articles have be n sent so as to be presente«! to the Posts on Memorial Day.'' Montaun Artillery. j ; i j ; , j Parties in Butte have lieen agitating the question of organizing an artillery com pany under the law providing for the Mon tana militia. I-ast week they made appli cation to the Chief Ordnance Officer, H. B. Wilkins, for two twelve-pound field pieces, who replied as follows: "By authority of (fov. Carjienter 1 have written to the Secretary of War asking for two guns and accoutrements for an artillery company, for which the Governor ofl'era to give bonds in any sunt required by the Mar Depart ment. Of course, should the guns lie sent, the Governor would expect the company to give him a lioo«l in the same amount as he gives to the authorities at Washington. The bomls reijuired will lie alout $10,0(10. In my opinion we will experience no diffi culty in getting the guns. WARNED. Devastation and Death Threatened by a Dynamiter. The cranks are not all dead. One of them has a lo«lgment in Minnesota. He is an explosive cuss, tom hing oft" nitro glycer ine missels like this: BEWARE ! The Irish Catholics are more powerful and determined than you Protestants dream of. Give money liberally to Catho lic churches and Catholic institutions if you want to escape r DYNAMiTE. The above was received by Thursday's mail and this morning handed to a Her \LD 1 scribe. The envelope bears the postmark of "Minneapolis. Minn.. May 'Jo, 1 p. m. Inquiry aliout town shows that many ol our best known citizen» are favored with similar missives. The author is eviilently a crank of the «ombustible order—one ot the "suspects." probably, whose emigration out of this community was suddenly ex- i pedited a little while ago. A Doggeral. We publish the following from the Butte Inter-Mountain, hut wish to lie "put on record " as not vouching for its truth : A cowboy just returneil from the rouml-up was heard in a Butte resort last night ex plaining how intelligent was the «log which lay at his feet. "Last week,'' said he, while we was cutting out my liosss spring beeves from the round-up herd, I see«! that 'ere dog around among the animals exam ining 'em very close. I wondered what the di« kens he was at, an' kep' my eye on him. Purty soon he waltzed up close to a steer and after looking at it a minute, he run arouml it and drove it out ot the her«! into our bunch. Then he went back and purtv soon chased another n out. Alter he'd did this several times, 1 dropped to it. He was jest a-watchin far the lioss's brand ami whenever he'd see a critter with it on he'd drive him right slap out into our tmneh. Here, /ip !" and he scooped a handful of crackers from the bowl on the bar and tossed them one by one to the clever «log, which «-aught them neatly on the fly, while the admiring crowd stood womlering by. The Opera House. A crowded bouse greeted the production of "Mary Stuart" la*t night by the Jauau sebek «oui pany. In this sad. though beautiful historical drama Madame Jan aus«'hek sustaine«! the chara«-ter ol Mary, tjueeu cf Scots in a manner fully up to the expectations of the audience. The sad situations in which the unfortunate Stuart was involved while in the power of her tyranical kinswoman, Elizabeth, were represented with all the pathos of real life. Great erHüt is also due to Miss Rand for her faithful representation of the "Virgin t^oeen." The interview between these two royal ladies, most ex«-ellently carried on, and Janauscbek was grand and majestic while uttering the just recriminations of Mary against the taunts of Klizabclh. Fre quent applause bailed the Madame on many occasions. Never was there any thing more affecting than the closing scene in the drama of Mary's life. Calm, col lected and majectic withal, she hade adieu to her friends, forgave the perfidious I^i cester, and mounted the scafl'old to re«-eive the death blow. The s«-ene was most im pressive, the greatest silence pervading the assembly during its continuance, and when the curtain dropped uiion the execution . . . . . ., scene several seconds elapsed betöre the . ... .. audience broke the charm that held them .... , , . attentive to the last and arose trom their scats. The -apport, as usual, was excel lent. Blank hooks manufactured, at reducetl prices, and all bindery work on the »hort est noti«-e, at the Hkkald bindery. Work unsnrpas*e«l. Be sure and get our prices before placing order*. TOWN AND TERRITORY. Fourteenth session laws for sale at the Hek A Mi office; see advertisement. Ixjve «Sc Kickell, miners, have had six horses stolen. For description see adver tisement. Thomas t.adsou. of Cottonwood. Galla tin county, died suddenly on the '-!4th inst, of hemorrhage of the lungs. Keisdents in Missoula couuty are clam oring for surveys, there being a great amount of unsurveyed land in that county. «lay last, but happily the flames were dis covered and extinguished before they gained much bea«lway. • John Muleaby, a dish washer in the j Northern Pacific Hotel at ilozemau, a young man al*out 23 years of age. suicided in hi* room there on the '-Fid inst. by tak ing poison. The usual inconvenience is being felt at the Sweet Grass placers of an insufficient supply of water. If there were plenty ol water, the miners say that $10 per «lay to the man could be easily made. J. Cushing, agent for Wells, Fargo A Co., was arreste«! this morning an«l brought uwui.1 v* • » j ---------------- „ Ho/cmati batl an incendiary tire on Tues ■ • .■ .« i* 1 , --------- ■ _l lielore the Probate Court on the charge ol li/uinuo lott' Thp pflM was violating the license law. The case was «-ontinued by agreement until next Thurs day. Hon. G. M. Hatch, of Meagher county one of the able Representatives in the last session of the legislature. is to be married on the 'Jd prox. to Miss Mary L Pound, ot the same couuty. We extend congratula tions. The New York Herald states that James Reynolds, the Montana champion roller skater, has challenged the winner of the race now lieing run in I^mlou. for a purse of $5,000—$2^500 aside. It is understood the match will tie made. Lot No. 21, in block 12, being the Iuger soll property on Clore street, was to-day sold at Sheriff sale under a foreclosure ot the executors of th«- Beattie estate. The lot, t«igether with all the buildings thereon, 1 i was bought in by L. W. and Geo. I). Beat tie for J1.8X). Commissions have lieeu issue«! by the Governor to Adjutant General A. J. Fisk and Ordnance Officer H. B. Wilkins, of the Montana Militia. The commissions arc hands«»mely engrave«l upon jiarchmcnt, to which Secretary Tooker has affixed the Territorial seal. Yesterilay a horse tielouging to one of our citizens had his foot liatlly cut by step ping upon the fragments of a liottle which had been carelessly tosses 1 into the street. This practice should lie stopped as serious injuri«-s might result from accidents simi lar to the atiove. Mr. John Murphy, of the valley, this morning purchased of L N. Smith the Durham cow with twin heiter calves for $105 cash. Speaking of good milch cow s, Mr. Murphy says he bas two cows that gave tifty-oue quarts of milk in two milk ings last night and this morning. A runt Courier : T. H. Sharpe ami P. Bowman Bird arriveil this week from Helena on bicycles. The first day out they made Toston—a distance of betw«-en 10 and 50 miles—arriving at that point aliout •! p. m The lioys arc accomplished wheelers, and on a pinch, with gootl road, could make a hundred miles a day. The bids for army supplies were oiiene«l at Fort Keogh as at other places on Mon «lay. The lowest hid for hay was $14.2J per ton, anti for woo«l $ IS»' 1 per «-ord. At Fort Ellis the lowest bids were : Wood, $4.4."> jier cord : oats, -*7 cents per hundred ; bran, 97 cents per hundred; straw, per ton : hay, $7.S5 ; lialed hay, $12. The former owners of the Nellie Grant lotie, in the Red Mountain district, organ ized into a stock comjiany, with a capital stock of $<i<l0,0U0. The following officers were electee! : President, Moses Morris ; Vice President, E. M. Dunphy ; Treasurer, Samuel T. Hauser : Secretary, W. E. Cul len. Machinery is to lie shipped at once and work commence«! as soon as possible. PERSONAL. —C. D. McClure, the prominent Mon tana miner, is at the Cosmopolitan. —J. B. Hooper and H. Nicholson, two prumiueut sto«'k men, are in the city trom Big Timber. —C. A. Luckliardt, manager of the Nevada Metallurgical Works of Sau Fran cisco, is in the city. —Mrs. F. V. S« heuer arrived recently from Butte, accompanietl by her son, and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mike Reinig. —Secretary Tooker returned from a brief visit to his Tront creek mines yestenlay. , He reports the mill running steadily and the prospect of a very successful two months' run. — D. A. G. Flowerree has returned from a trip to his cattle range in northern I^ewis and Clarke ami Chotean counties. He re ports a very large increase in calves, and plenty of grass. —Jos. R. Witmer returned yestenlay from a five weeks' visit to his sheep ranch in Meagher county, southwest of the Snowies. He reports a flattering increase of lambs in his band—folly 100 per cent. —Arrivals at the Cosmopolitan : S. S. Lewenberg, Michigan ; U. W. White, San Francisco ; G. A. Mitchell, Philadelphia ; H. M. French, Portland; J. M. Powers, Canton ; Theo. Bru back, Chicago : George E. Carpenter, Deep creek : L O. Wood, Glendive. -Ex-Police Judge L. N. Smith leaves to-night with his family for Missoula to take up his residence there. Mr. Smith has leased the Rogers House there and will open it up in a few days. We feel sure that under his skillful management it will maintain the high reputation that it has ever borne as a popular ami first class hostelry. ! 1 j Flow ers trom Friend*. Thompsons Falls, M. T., May 2 s .—7T> Hi le no Herald :—We ha.e lieen out to-«lay gathering flower* for Decoration Day. Although fadjr away we are with yon in heart an«l spirit. Contribution» of flowers and bouquets are sent to address of Major U. C. Wallace, care of conductor Anderson. H. HOLMES AND FAMILY. A ROLLING PALACE. The Luxurious Traveling House Peerless Tragedienne of t . e .Madame Janauschek*» It« -.'»* Abode. Pursuant to an invitatiou from Mr. H. J. Sargent, manager of the Janauscbek t om pany, two representatives ot the m.RAI.D availed themselves of his proflered kin«l • • « ■ • . . • a — iLm«an in ness ami paid a visit to that gentleman in his luxurious quarters in Madame Janans cheks 'palatial car yesterday afternoon. Having lx?en honored with the sight ol that wonderful, rolling palace the reporter feels it incumlient upon him to give to the Herald readers some idea ol that mag niticent marvel. Reflecting upon the multitudinous wondeis that presented themselves at every moment ol his stay in that palatial alxsle, he is seized with mis givings as to bis utter inability to i-onvey by description an adequate idea ol its wealth of luxury anti gramleur. Not at tempting a full «lescriptiou ol anything so r " ~ — magnificent he will briefly narrate the cir pnni«tftni'ftd nt his \ isit to thf D&kltial t*«l cum9tances of his visit to the palatial car "Janauscbek." Arriving at the «lepot in a luxurious landau, placed at the disposal ol the HKKAI.II through the courtesy of Mr. Sar gent, our iiarty lielield the "Janauscbek drawn up on a side track near the platform, with the hanilsouufflt exterior ol any «ar we ever saw. l'aintc«l a "licautilul blue and trimmed in ol«l gold, the sitlcs ol the «•ar presente«! a handsome specimen ol the highest style of decorative art. A glance at the whole coutour of the «-ar, which took in the magnificent juunting and the large plate glass windows, was all that was allowed liefore we were ushered into the «•ar by the genial advance agent. Mr. J. H. latine, who stootl with a smiling «•ounte nauce ujion the platform «if the car ready to receive us. Entering the «ar through dej-orate«! corriilors, at which we were allowe«! only a hasty glamv in jiassiug. we were ushered into the graml Wo*, where some ladies and escorts were already living entertained. After being introduced to Mr. F. Clements, who afterwards acte«l as master of ceremonies in our t«iur of ius|ks tiou, we were invited to lie seated. Mr. ! Sargent shortly afterwards entered aud 1 welt timed us to the rolling palace in a 1 welt timed us to the rolling palace in a manner truly hospitable. Mr.Sarger t was the first theatrical uiauagcr to introduce the use of special palace cars for actress«?*, ami he di«l the honors of the "Janauschek as ore "to the manor born. ' After we were seate«l we were at lilierty to scrutinize and atlmire the magnificence of our surroundings. The grand aaloa . in which our party were now gathered, is the largest apartment in the car, lieing j situated aliout the mid«lle ot the «siach and furnished magnificently. The walls and ceilings. divide«l into panel*, are cov ered with emliosse«l leather, hand-painted in varitsl hues, an«l forming a ihasiratuin ! in itself of unparalleled richness. The I j upholstering of the *nioa is equally rich. | The sideboanl an«l extension table, as well a* all the woodwork of the room, is of, handsome. polishe«l black walnut, while mirrors of French plate glas* reflect on every hand the wealth of luxuriance in appointment of the anlo*. Curtains and portiere » of Oriental tapestry combining lieauty and utility, respectively adorn the windows and hang in the «loorways at ea«h end of the a|iartment ; while a Turkish carpet of the iu-hest pattern cov- ! era tbe floor. Having beeu seated a few moments, the ' porter, clad in the liver.v of Janausx-hek, at the comiuan«! of the hospitable Mr. Sargent, opened some lictlles of "Mumm s Extra Dry," *n«l the health of Ma«lame Janauschek was plt*«lged in the sparkling liquid. After this we were shown through the car by Mr. Clements, who acted as our conductor and heightened the interest we felt in inspe« ting the marvels of work- j man'hip it «xmtaiued by his graphic de- ) scriptum of each part. The servants' end of the car was first in- , spected, which contained a model kitchen, j presided over by a skillful culinary artist who travels with the «-ar. i Madame Jan auschek always cats and sleeps in her car. | and only engages rooms at a hotel for rest i «luring the day time.) This end of the car I contains the rooms for the porter anti the cook, lioth models of conveniece and com fort, ami the heating and ventilating ap paratus of the car, which is the completest thing for the purpose ever seen. It sup plies heated air in the winter and cool air in the summer, lioth being introduce«! into the car from the bottom, whtle ex haust openings in the ceiling allow the exit of the heated and impure air. By this natural mode of ventilation the tem perature of the car is always kept in a healthful and comfortable condition. Mr. Hargent * apartment next claimed oar attention. It is • sleeping room and office combined, though no one to see it during the day would imagine it contained any beds. Bnt by the admirable arrange ment that prevails through oat the car, the berths are utilized daring the day as sofas and chain whose bona fide appearance would never suggest that they could be pot to any other use. The boudoir of the Madame is a perfect gem, a mult uni i* jrarco. Everything con ducive to comfort and even luxuriance is present Extensive wardrobes, a veritable bathroom, and all the luxuries that could be desired in the most comfortable home are ready to her hand. A dre» ing case, secretary and toilet table, all ol handsome black walnut, have their respective places in her apartment Her maid occupies an apartment adjoining and opening into her own, and electric bells connect this as well as every other room in the car with the Madame a boudoir. In short »he enjoys every comfort and luxury in her rolling palace that roulil lie had in the finest man sion. A fall description of everything con net ted with this elegant coach would re qnire more space than we c»ii give it, so this summary of its lieauties and eonveni ences must suffice. The car was built by Colonel Mann, ami is one ol the finest Imu tloir cars ever constructeil. Its cost com plete was $35,000. After once more receiving palatable proof of Mr. Sargent's hospitality our party l»a«le adieu to our entertaining host and return ed to the city. In reflecting upon this marvelous txmsummation in the comfort ami luxuriance of traveling by rail, ami re collecting the rude steam cars that ran on our roads a few «le« - ades sin«*?, and which have now «levelopetl into these rolling pal aces. we are lost in wonderment at the achievements of human intellect and must consider the palace l>vud»ir «ar as the con summation of ingenuity in this lint- and the at jtlitM ultra ol railroatl cars. A Marvelous Story TOLD IE TWO LETTERS. FROM THE SON: •• Gentlemen : My father reside* at Clover, Vu He has been a great sufferer from Scrof ula, and the inclosed letter wul tell you »hat a marvelous effect Ayer's Sarsaparilla has hsd la his case. I think his blood must liavs contained th* honor for at least ten ▼ears ; but it did not *bow, e*re r t in the form of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about five Tears ago. From a few s|««t* which ap peared at that time. It gradually spread so as to cover his entire body. I assure you he was terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when he began using your medicine. Now, there are few men of his age who enjoy as g<K>d headb as he has. I could easily name üfty persons who would testify to the facts in his case. Yours truly, W. M. PrULUCS." " It is both a _______ pleasure and U duty for me to state to you the heueflt I have derived from the use of **2S <'«w.r ^t.. New York,Oct.», Imc. . FROM THE FATHER: . duty b-r inn to state to you i*ve «lerivtd from the u»e of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Si* month* sjro 1 was completely covered with a terrible humor mi.d scrofulous sore*. The humor caused an Incessant and intolerabla Itching, and tl.e skin cracked »o as to cause the blood to flow in many places whenever J moved. My sutlerii g« were great, and my life a burden. 1 commenced tb* use of tbe Sarsacakii.i-A in April last,and have used It regularly since that time. My coodilion begau to improve at once. The sores have all healed, and 1 feel perfeetly well in every respect—being now ebie to do a good day's work, although 73 y«ars ol ag«. Many inquire what has wrought such a cure in my case, aad I tell them, a» I have here tried to tell you, Avr.k's SAKUritULU. Glover, Vh t Oct. 21, U'Û. Yours gratefully, II ISAM Phillis*." Arm's S « R s atarilla CUT' S Scrofula and all Scrofulous Complaints. Erriip elas, I.c/eina, Kincworui, Blotc h », Sort s, Boil», Tumors, anil Kruptions of the Skin. It clears the blood of all impu rities. anif digestion, stimulates the action of the bowel*, and thus restores vitality and ■trenglhcL. the whole system. PKt-VARtD BY Dr.J.C. Ayer ACo..Lowell,Mass. b id by ai. liruggisu, SI. six bottles for 93. for repairing an«i keepiti* in g«Hid owier, for the space of one year, troni July ha. lw«5, the J*n, kiy P«rar PhiWii» fr«»m VAillitm .form a r »n« h to tbe D«-»rti«»n» river, nml from Carters Road Contract. « Ot II« K. 1.1 Ml* IMlti «Kl « Ol NTY, ) Hblkba. M. T.. May 4tb, JHrti. j S EALED PK«if*0*AL-'« will Is* received at the office of the County Clerk until 12 M. <>f June < 'Ll Ilk' ' j ) , j | i I j i | , ' j Vilie to Mtk-knvjr s Kerry, on th« Missouri river. Meid bkls shall U- in writing. suBscribed l»y (he person «>r persons bi«i«iing. iiikI wliiitiw'l to the Hoard ot County Commissioners, end endorse«! "Bit! for keeping in repair the Publie Roads in Prick I v Pear Canon IHsTict." The Hoard re serves the right to reject any an«l all hl«ls. By or«ler of the Board. _ W. E. FREDERICK. wlt-myT * l«-rk. To Miners. The undersigned gives notice that on the first of next month he will permanently locate in Helena to engage in tbe business of buying gold, silver and lead on-s in any amount ««res rang ing in value as low as S-fu per ton desirable, w ill crush and sample lots, and guarantee assay value of the name. Will also buy ores upon the dump If desired. Payments to l>e made within live day« after sampling. A. AI. KM.EaK. May Jd. ls*y dawtf-tnyT Sale of Territorial Warrants. Territory or Montana, Ai ditor s Ofui k, Hklkna. Montas a. May 1, I*n>. Noli«*" i« hereby given that on Monday, th«" 1st dav of June. A. D.. 1 **•'>. at 12 o'clock M . there will lie sold at this office to the highest bri der for •■ash. two thousand six hundred «lollars. more or less, of Territorial warrants, for ex|»enses«>f keeping ami maintaining the con victs of this Territory 1* the penitentiary at Deer lxxlge, for the month of >iav, 1W5. Bills are invited up to the hour of sale. J. P. WOOLMA.N. wlt-myT Territorial Auditor. I Bio. l«««.l FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Or HELEBA. ORGANIZED IN 1*66. Designated Depository of the United States. K*te*-Up Capital...........................•*00,000 Aurplns a*d ProOl*................... HOO.OOO W. T. HAU8ER, President, t> _ A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. E. W. KNIGHT, « '«abler. _ . _ .. T. H. KLKINHCHMIDT. Ase't Cashier. Hoar«! of Director* 8 T. HAUSER JOHN C.CURTIN, î. M. HOLTER, R. 8. HAMILTON. JJ.". H. UlW: O. P. HIGGINS, t w KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS, T H KLEIN SCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. Fort Benton, Montan*. . Mlaeoula, Montana. - Butt*, Montana. AMWcUteal Saak* : FIEPT NATIONAL, • MI880ULA NATIONA FIRST NATIONAL._ General BANKING Burinez* Transacted. INTKMEBT PAI D OS TIME DE PQ8ITB. _ TERMS OF COURT. In Supreme Court. January tenu. UM. Ordered «I... terme of tbe Diatrict Courts be held at the following time, and place, until the further order of said court : FIRST DISTRICT. Dawson county, at Glendive—Second Monday in May ; Firet Mor J — *- "-*" Custer county, a.------- » ---- in February ; fl .te Tuew»ay in September. Monday in December, r. at Mllee City—Second Monday _______ . .at Tuesday in September. Y'ellowstooe county, at Billings—Fourth Mon day in May ; fourth Monday in Novmber. Gallatin county, at Bore man—Fourth Monday in March : Third Monday in October. Madison county, at Virginia City—Fourth Mon day in April ; finit Monday in October. 8ECOSD DISTRICT. Silver Bow County, at Butte City—Third Mon day in September ; Second Monday in March. Beaverhead county, at Dillon—Second Monday of April ; Second Monday of October. Missoula County, at Missoula City—Fourth Mon«lay of June; Second Monday of November. Deer Lodge County, at Deer Lodge City—First Monday of May ; First Monday of Det-emlier. THIRD DISTRICT. Lewis and Clarke county, at Helena—First Monday of March ; First Monday of November. J« fferaon County, at Boulder City—Third Monday of October ; First Monday of May. Meagher County, at White Sulphur Springs— First Tutraday of April; Third Mom lay of Sep tember. Choteau County, at Fort Benton—Third Tue, day in April ; Ft^st Tuesday in October. D. S. WADE, Chief Justice. WM. J. GALBRAITH, Asso. Justice. JOHN COBURN, A -urn. Justice. A true copy of the record. Attest : I. R. ALDEN. Clerk DAVIDSON manufacturer, jobber. And dealer in harness, SADDLERY, LEATHER, HIDES AND WOOL FOR SALE.-A few BAIN WAGuNS. dawly-janl Will be SOLD CHEAP to dose them ont «AIS STREET. HELERA, R. T. FANCY UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. a GO GANS & KLEIN in in ill We are now offering everything that is attractive in the follow ing lines: Spring and Summer Suits ; Spring and Sum mer Overcoats ; Alpaca and Mohair Coats c.nd Vests; White Duck and Marseilles Vests; Fancy and Plain Balbriggan Underwear ; Fancy and Plain Balbriggan Hosiery ; the most elegant styles in Neckwear ; the best White and Fancy Shirts ; the latest styles in Knox Hats. We would call special attention to onr BOYS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, In wliicli we show all the latest Novelties. A full line of Boots and Shoes, Blankets, Quilts, Rubber Boots, Rubber and Oil Coats, Hydraulic Hose, Pipe and Nozzles, Trunks, Valises, and Traveling Bags. An inspection of our stock will satisfy every body that we have the best goods and largest stock, and that OUR PRICES ME THE LRWEST ! GANS & KLEIN. Corner Hain Street and Broadway. Helena. - - Montana. HITS, BOOTS, SHOES AND BLANKETS. Notice of Final Entry. C. S. Land Office, Helena, M. T., May 11th, 1883. N otice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will l>e made l>ef«>re John I*. Dvas. Notary I*ublic in and for Maagher county, Montana, at Chestnut. M. T., on June it*. 1885 viz. John A. Marri», who mau«- pre emption declaratory statement No. MB, for t tie s W > 4 s E »... N *«i S E s E l 4 N E section Ü, township IT. north ot rung«- 1 west. He name, the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of -aid land, viz: William C. s»«-tt. Greelv H Cruuu. Merrill! Carter and Edward K. James, all of Chestnut. M. T. «vM-niyU F. ADKINSON Registei Notice o f Fin al Entry. U. 8. Land Ofli«-«", Helena. M. T., May i3th, 1883. TXT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow ing named settler has lilt*! notice of Ilia in tention to make final proof in sup|x>rt of his claim and that said proof will be made la-fore the Regis ter and Receiver of the U. S. lain! « iftiee at Hel ena. M. T., on July 6th. 1*83, viz: Mai, L. J mue», who made pre-emption declaratory statement No. 4,815. for tue N 1 ^ N W 1 4 section N UX E ' « sta tion JJ. lown-lnp 17 north ••! * range Î west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said land, viz: Jacob Siebe n. John A. Harris. James W. Austin and John S. Haase, all of Chestnut, M. T. W.3t-my> F. ADKINSON, Register. Notice of Fin al Entry. U. 8. Land Office, Helena, kl. T.. May 25th. 1883 N otice is hereby gi yen that the follow. Ing burned settler has filed notice of his In tention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Helena. Montana, on July 6th, 1(S«5, vis : Jacob Nctea. who made home stead application No. 1.364, for the S J, N E %, N W «4 N E * 4 . N E % N W V A section 14. town ship 14 north of range 1 west. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said lain!, vis : John A. Harris, Ed »-in E. James of <'ht-«tnut. M. T.. William W. Bickelt of Helena. M. T., James W. Austin of Che*ti«ut. M. T. w5t-my38 K ADKINSON. Register. The Famous Knabe Piano. "T HAVE NEVER SEEN THEIR EQUAL" J. —Clara Louise Kellogg. Shipments made direct front the East when desired. A. L. BANCROFT A <Y)., 8an Francisco. Cal., » Jni-mh Jf! 8oic Agents for Facifie « 'oast. HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her fresh ness to it, who would rather not tell, and you cant tell. : Notice of Final Entry. Ü. S. land Offne, Helena, M. T., M I Jih '. 1*85 N otice 1 » hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of Ins in tention to make final proof in support of hi claim, and that said proof will In- made la-lore the Register and Rco«-i\cr <«f the United Hate Land Office at Helena, Montana, on July lut Isst, viz: Jeptba J. ( «vMier. w ho ma i«- pre emption declaratory statemeal No. 3,14-, for the S !« N E ' 4 . and lots 1 3 an«l 5 s . uiMi I-', town ship It* north of raioce 2 ea«t. He name» the following witness«» to prove his continuous r «lerne upon anti cultivation of said laic 1 . 1 R«>l>ert S. Ells, of CarlcravlUe, M. T David 1! Churchill, of Helena M. T.. John «-ig« r. o' Son River, M. T., ami Lewis Jom-s, of Ulitiia. >1 l «M-ie4 F ADKINSON R« Stolen. « >u the nights of Friday and Saturday. Man h 22-S, one horse sn«l four mares were »linen from Independent gulch, aliout six mile* from Helena A liberal rowartl will la- paid hv the underslgue«! owners for their reoacry or a knowledge «s I» the present wherealmuts of tin -, property is «h-aeribed as follows : One bald fa*« •! I»ay pony, two white himl fe«-t. saddle marked, branded a "wagon wrench" on left hip «»ne brown mare, bald-teee, two white himl fret broken rib on leff sid«-. and on«- sorrel mare. Iwld-face, l»>th branded har T on the leff shorn' «1er and J Oon left hip. « hie sorrel mare, year, ingodt. bnld-faee, no brand One row >• *• mure colt, few white hairs on forehead, strip «»I white round left hin«l foot, no brand. There were halters on the last lour animals when Iasi Men, which were recurely fastened, and th« re was a ten foot rope ti«*l securely to the ne» k ol the l««y horse. dffi-wlt LOVE A HI« k I ! N otic e. 1'ublh- notice is hereby given that any and all persons holding orders, or allow««! accounts, or county warrants, legally drawn, of the «ouiity of Custer, or who have jmlguiriita against the wed county, eau exchange the same for the bond* of th* said county, running twenty years, redeemable at the <,p4ion of *ai«l county after ten year- and hearing interest at the rate of seven |>er «-cut |>er annum, payable semi-annually in the « ity ol New YorVT Persons d«-siring to make such eschsnge are requested to give immediate notice thereof to tbe County Clerk of Custer county at Miles « u> T.. stating what amount is desired to 1*- «• chauged and what «lenomination of ixind- >* desired The bonds w ill be ready for «lelivery June meeting of the Boarii of Commissioner» f* Custer county, 1*85, and will Is- in deiro •' tions of 91.Win. 95oi>. and 91W> Interest will In- alloweil on w arrant» up to an* 1 including Juue Ith. 1883. Bonds will coniineo''« to hear interest July 1st, 1883. T. J. BRYAN, Chairman «»f B*>»rd L. C. DEAR. Clerk of Board wtoje 1 FOR «. % Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year.