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DESCRIPTION 9F THE ViEW P ROM LONG'S PEAK. sweam e x a.sr Cm tee V p.. W1 sanr as s. seepsaenesa Tuba isa.s Curl. A 5 s ct mountain soenery hay* Sew days' time at their disposal kSe a flying trip to E tea pork, etsS beautiful and inviting of all parks. buts not the largest. It sian dx miles wide by ten miles long, which run several EtrCamS, filled ' "speckled beauties," so much aubght for by skilled anglers. At the aegah and of the park rises Long'. peak Is all its majesty and graadeur, with a agtlael on eith'r side nearly equal its height. The altitude of the park is 1,500 feet. We leave our wheels at the hotel and Yive up to Lamb's ranch, where we gend the night at an elevation of 10. me feet. At sunrise the next morning, mount et on horseback. with an experienced aide in the lead, we ride up to timber lise, where we picket our horses and umimence the climb of the bowlder !Ids, necessitating much ounrage andi btermination, as these howlders are sangular rcsks df solid granite and run is sise from a chicken coop to a mod we dwelling. In the center of this howl derfieldw:.. p d- dthe slabe cor.it.g the death of Carrie Welton of Connecticut, wh a few years since unwisely insist ed upon the guide accompanying her to the peak too late in the season. When setauring, they were caught in a severe gale and blinding .tnrmn. Aft.-r coffer ing as only. one can suffer when sur nsaded by that intense lone linesa, stung 1"the paugs of cold and cravinu' of hnn gir, her life was sacrificed. The trusty guide for hours made supernatural ef gthee to carry her over those almost imn le rosks until, at her request, he her to 1 ing a rone-sin- party from the ranch, which upon arrival found We extinct. Polloswing .:. ,,ii&.k we i"-s through an opening called the "keyhole" and eierge beside an unwelcome precipice. We carefully pick our wry along the hlak, which require' all our nerve and esmelution, but yet is not as tiresome as the loose sand and brok.-n rock, rising at an incline of 45 degrees, just beyond. By perseverance and an .,ccaional rest we are enabled to reach that ugly preci em our right, and by using both !n and feet we make the summit, whse we stand speechless with wonder and admiration. Hard as it was, we would make the same heroic effort a Moadred times were it necessary to wit mm the grand scene before us. Nearly 8,000 feet below is Bytes park, the sportsman's paradise; to the west is Middle park and Hot Sulphur Springs; in the south South park. Beyond these peat's we see the range for a distance of over x00 miles. With the aid of our glosses we discern Gray's peak, Mount .Liacoln. Mount Evans, Pike's peak and Old Ouray in Marshall pass, some of which are 200 miles distant. What a scene it is! What an ocean of mountain bilows, in constrast to which we turn to the east and see an ocean of plains the one'as quiet as the peaceful -ia in a ealm, the other as tempestuous as the bwainE billows. Never was time more valuable than now. So much to be seen. Such a pic* tore to paint in our minds so that it may never fade. Think of making this im preusioe indelibly upon one's mind, covering this panoramic view of 200 miles in either direction of plains, val lays, parks and mountains, of growing Gelds of wheat and far distant cities, of mow capped mountains, of magnificent forests and crystal streams. Again and again we sweep the horn son and study a landscape no painter can paint. no speech van express. Before returning we must look at the souvenir deposits of visitors. Here is a shingle by Major Pow. 11, who, with William N. gyree, was the first to make the ascent in 1868. Here in Anna Dickinson'scard, the frst woman to ascend the peak, also of the party who climbed the peak in 1878 to witness the total eclipse, to gather with thousands of visitors' cards. The top of the peaws level, covering a few acres, and we wonder that a house has not been built there for the aooom modation of those who might wish to remain overnight and see the sun rbs. Be3.re returning we most take one look caer the crater wall, which has a per peandicular descent of 8.000 feet Bow nervously we approach the edge, step 1! step, until our strength falls us and we ema go no farther. haambling with fear, we return from W@ stupendous soene. bewildered with ,lami feeltag of pleasure and fear. Be Je meaking the deseent we take a final eiw. the like of which we shall never sea We reaace our steps and IW~a -ar 1e Insoat dangerous cnerage is restored, end we reach nigatfall trded sad wM sesh a longing for our couch, but i l adleahs thai we would sacrifice Sseaswen akb raher then deuy M L s peak, bat having M noting woald tempt us VI spin.-Udaewm a. 3 ig. no seam, a a g Id s ha. o's yes paid 7inuaw USh11~beatr ba s iro is Y he men't 'alls Whosesll " hart seem &W ae ppa "-P Whm Pvmwuni noeo.t La~ a tfruz That thee. XhCempa ".ec paý!! Iri t1theFin k a it b.ak V i I. itd meoets i s l tate a uhof rtstra. oR he m t ditoof Duinsrn r. im lJaid ..hetting ye eLtd` Ike. hawa rwt orsefu the rafor of this Cupostruae t thh e Irrgating sad Ditc t'empaty to t ilea (y 1Canal and Irrigating sar meetin it aalled f thefurther trme t etet of ezietane. of the raid coro,vatiitt to the pteriodi of ftors a rarerae, the time of the organinptlttflof the Mitre9 fity tel U. JtRaAN. lItigating an itc n Said .forting it call.d for t. tie frth.'r purpoee mf.pteoditt the budluess of lifn Waine.,..sr ation so a.' to include in additionto t. th. l twers. already prosseses by the said corlarattoo the fTHIllOwttYf pows ro, that is to say: I(if Ttttetlttdtto, ittiding. developit.i,,s proSing. T hring, ling ing, cludesit orli foterwise diutaing of ater r cghtel. an water eli.wcra, and theoka ortetf andi ttl. Mdeeir say no omepot therefor. or for tie iudierirac anise or grow up ia connection with in abtout the aane : Of purcbasins htmlitg la~ tgout plWtting, developing. teaaing. selling. ioealin in, convey iag or otherwise H sok, or disttng tf town flites or towtt i.tt. bitr!ir raotva.nIerl and ni-u fanrdtawi gnl toney. b' the F a;r1e ue rany to pd t the debts and obrigattoas thereof and to improve amd develo the tproperty now twhed at thesaid ctr.ration sdthe iscuangof b0~s tbhye'rtoeuatd of s5vuriug do.it~u laaof s tr iml bt,idusdoeef raidt cro.rap..ni.t by) ttorg,,gr trdevedof toust as the bioeettrs of paid corptr a ties may elect, and to provilt' foe rthe pay mn.,titof interest nnti~tch lons M.toads at an) -"t rat Sr~y time,,tt'tc. tie~snet c~rntaati,.tt he t flermay direct:. andl al.o ti, taste and acet morntgagta either n-at ..r ta-rneei foe 1 inehtdnea dusad c.inporati.'n fro: lt-raoost C,:.ales otn or addretios. 0fllmeet0. of all tte stockBltter. of saol cols anll f. -.rrt)3 unlerted at the- tine le aiOtrEe. ithtEtRb tie ttoncstt of eail ; -r-oyatiiot. let' catts~ol tie forer~oiii u.tiea ti, in" jthtitls~t for -ix scc.-r.o," xeds inte I PttitV.WaTO\t: J.tR,,tIO .. ta tiwrnatatr tout, tioooel at Miles 4*ity. ill.- ('o~ntt ..t ot tIll . aid l.,mttft ,f (toter and !tate, o Montan~a. Inate~l .t ll.iteo ,tln 1t11s 1ath la f Iktott,(r, Mitt tetos lixtuetts W. II. JiotOAN. R. N. Hltolrt!%. FirO-t tu.tlicntioU lcitalr 1t, 1tti. ~Wines arnd SBrandies i-AT t To reduce my surplus stock of Imported and California Wines eand Brandies, I will for the next iTHIRTY DAYS offer them at "COST. The list includes Cali fornia Sauteupe Muscatel. As. dgelica, Tokay, Port and Madeira Rand Imported Sherry. Madeira IPort and Mattel Brandy. Alit. a rchoice assortment of White Wines, including Golden Chas f selas, Hock. Reisling Assmas b hauser and Savignon. These are v all Strictly. Pure Liquors anc - adapted to the table or sick chats a ber. I am overstocked and havi 0gtt maethem move, so oleet ate to pay same price you weuk Call on or address. 61E0. 38ILVU31BRE K _____ ___ __ P N 8 THROUGH CARS --WO*ý it. Ful Fr ~u. ilrM PULLMAN Mill SLEEPING CARI $ibU I ELEGANT TIMm DINING CARE 1na Stragei sugeo CSI 3..u. .... s a 31.., meAOMWebao........***........ nsa w a d. a Man aa.. onmlw a lodW A B nha aPmG ate u. ma.e.WinAMa r ~/a 1L.a. M fir .' ist Jas.auda $3l £vhOl. .t J1Nki 3 SHLAD* S - ai.w sass. EXTRA INE. SEND roe1 CATALOGuE 3W3CKTON, eAS&. Yaeaa eam,. e weabisats *. Is. 3eu a we a7 argeat ,nacsnfaetssersadc adicrt we~ shoes nt the world, and ,uat. steS the tbttism "' it p tret yos a' isist high CASE KING & WODZTZIKI ac .DtFr. , 1.""ow ..». M DOfNSURMl . Mani.;" t A totfiw CHILDREN, PAPEP'YS. F ot ice to C reditors. Eatints .ai,, ior t.etr"s ateed.t t ife .. , . - h)he cie h) the .t'ls r'.igss's stn n trstrar of the, estate sf ianiI iiits)ite dr Ie.-:s's. . t",ils es~dltss' sfit. si ,ll p" rmint liatissgerý. siI- ".ssisss.t the said stI.cessil.. Tosrt D Ih" fl, t .,1 her fteeth ..rt ''t I h " - N t fotr msnth. aftir tipu tirs psblication .f this. ntie s.to tieuis.isdi tlmsstieetor t at itI .at.il. sf * . it. L.si. Cist.r Mot.. Msottan. thi ramp ia . r i ,so s ts .lins fsis Sthe tssI ssi"tetsi.issof ii,.. Iiusntstsns af its e.t I tt, rs t he count)' wftf'st.tr. Ji)SLPII E. FEAR%t St. ! n.in'tt:t'st of the ..statse sf Ihswt."1litS..se. a . . . . : J. Datnd. Oetstssrr fifteenth. IVW. First publicatsons Oct. 1s. e ssulidated 1.o5.. for P utbaicattsti U. S. LAND OFFICE. Mile, eist. Issst.. Oct .1. lIt.(. N..: ice is lserht ofiret that th. fosfllowing oass.'sl ss"ttler. has.' tiled tssties' sf t heis sitii hon toatinal n r nsesassf it .ut.rtofth'ir tlaimn and that said pn. t will ton mest' heirs Resiste asoi Riesire~r l'. S. Landssite0r45 at Mites. ('its. M~stataniso Mtinssay. lit' :t. ltt. at 10 .'.lciek JitMF$) P. LOW'F.. Wi,.. m~adei H. E.I& forIis the NW',. NF.'.. hoce. ZACHARYsts T. LOWE. Wits matte Hi. F,619 or the E' N9E's.:f. 25 and sIt. NW ' Ses.. iý, Twp 2S Rana,. M5E. They name the foltowing witnesse. tot M.sv thteir csontinuous resiadenca upon and anitiva tina of aaid laad. vin William Harmon ssf Ekataka; OGeesv.itchseta. H4.. M- Moran. and T. J. Thompasun st Miltas (taf Resister. Fis pb4atton. lOs at.e4.ttaa. C. S. LA%1D OFFICE. N sties' is. tss-es'ht gtwets thsnt thi. tsillowingt nassts.t rettiss tsr hatilted notisit st bit intetntiosn tos make final pr'en'f so tuptipsrt ot his ctaim,. and that said pirsssf will he made Won- tsrs'Ieiates. sadi R."s iirir U. S. Lassit Olitet at Miles. ('its. Mnts. sos Tisstladt Nsuvsmhs~r '!. 1*15. at 1i o~l .wvia: wst As.Raa W. tLDLasssta. Who. madsie i). L. E. No~. 21) fosr the SE\4 and SE', NE's. See. II ant N', R' asit 0Ea`'s . See. It.r 41ts S.ksgstt Hts susssit, t~i,, fsolliwings witsisotts..t'*o sis. i'sntiitiiii.m rteiitissui' ii~s.a and~ citlliatit 55 otnnsiln latii. tstt. : r~nWhe.Je~i f T. Br~nalt, tNat J. It~lheemia :1 Wife Jiios'pfs I Moat. ts~..~is5 First Publhcatior, (.Mt ta. 14t. ýuo Russ tn.ma tn the District Court of the Neventh Judicial Distriet of the state of Montana. in and for the county of('uate, ina Turner. plaintiff yr. W.llis Trenir. de fendant The stata of Montana sends greetinjg to the above named ilefirtitant: You are lierilty required to appear in an ac tion broughit urainat ?.n by the above named oplaintiff in then District turint of the seventh judicial district of the state .f Montana. in and four the county of lsdter, and to answer, the Cuinplinit Eli 1 ther. in. within ten days (endsl aive of the day of service, after the service on you of this aummnst. if nerved within thin count) ; .er. if nerved itut of thin county. but within tiluiditrtict. with,. tuatsy dayn: other wine within forty days. or judgment hy default will he taken against you. according to the er of said complaint. The said action in gt to obtain a decree of divertS from the asid deearnt ad also far the oars and run toD o adie Turner. a minor child of said plaltif an deendnt:in that the said ds Lepdat hea bsen guilty of eetiume cruelty. and drmnkenaess and that ti or abani feptember lot, M the defendant. without aniset w: dsr and abandoned said o a ir 1a ei. ochild. Baie Tuumor asnd palahtiI demands costa of sit, allowg e ales a set out in plain. s eriled sam intcmU And you ar'teeehib notified that If ).w fail to. app reaad anse Wii said wmilat isnt. an to rse court for the reil fee ins sadjnoit nd Isees~ee ft Given nadne my bend aned the seal of the die . trist emitt of the seventh judicial 1aZAL 1 dlitrls of the state of muntaina In Sand for thes eunty of Custer. thin ne. twemty..eecmd dayof September, in 0. W. N lera, attorney for plaintiff. Viral publsalism Oct. Wi DR. DWlTON'S THE WOR.LD FAMED BLISS MIXTURE, PIs a Comm" Cure for all Bleoo Diseasni It cured me of D)ye apepsi. of three rears standing Try a botdle For further ilubiae ioa enquire .1 Mar a S a Ala mm Ut badnest e " UaUU3 16. IUSPMgATEU AM usY. .S. PASO IU CAPITAS, $1@0,000. jJAS. IcILLAN & 00. MAIN HOUSE, 200 to 212 FIRST AVE. NORTH, PRPIEOS FTHE MINNEA?OL!9, MR"~! cIALOO ND'u mTES MINAQPOLI~eS Q H U8pHaa COUNTRY A PACKER OWEN SAL1 MINNEAPOLIs - - HIDES sad GA TANNERY. Bew.NO.S?. DRY IDES. PELIT, ['PUS TANNEY. ~~ainMA ., - - Mso T. WOOL, TALLOW, EAP...W. f ZT Cwrow zX, - - - C. . REASE, EERSKAS, FINE NORTHERN FURS. _ _SENG AND BESS *** I Of M:NN:ew S aSpet*S .N. FIRST NATIONAL SANK MINNEAPOIS MINN. PEOPLE S ANK. M*NNEAPOLIS. MINN. Mt'CNANTS NATIONAL UANA, HELENA. OT SECURITY SANK OF GREAT FALLS. GREAT FALLS. MONT. I.ihual Ana.ce lad on Ship camts oiat rijl Bi ill af Lading. SNIMFENTS W0UCES. IMl FOl CICULAMS. POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M4> IL' (LOSE. oastern r..... .. .. .. i i p. m. eter n . a.+Inhp. mn Thnrv.lan . 7:11; inM. Tongue River. M...,.Ia.. Nr. Wi.m,. days and lFri al ..- :0 a Sagd.e Saturdo.. . . Platclit. ri !()magi r..nla~r and.. 00tee (,l;ein. ,$:t 1 a. in Ofice ee.i.e.. ,,, ar:,l .f artirn mall. aitier I~.i.r. .. . - 7 p. .n oe).r r l. .. m.00I'.m. Northern Pacific Time Table LEAVE sit1E4 (ITT (.etatNG WE"T. Nal1 Paeifl, Nail l p m So 56 Way Freight t. ;n Va.mi. LXASE MILE- .ITT (..n(IS CAST. Me.2 Atlantic Mail ' l4 a m. Ho to Rpre w Frieight 13 l p.7ian.. No NWay Frieight. Y:1 Ia. n '`tcial Directory STATE er oft ,.grea. .l. 14 Hartan. Ikeaiman lr.a..r ... . . E. Rickards. Helena -ae .... .. Ales Bothin. Helena aryofstate ..e . L. RoHwit. H-lea. . . .e... .N. Wright. Helena r Auditor......Andrew B. (aLk.Helenaa \tGeneral .....Henri J. Haskell. Helena Hopi Pab Ins.... H. A. st~er... He lasa Chief Justice... . . .V. Penahnrtio. Helen. Ilk Supreme Cnt Hen' Webster. 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