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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 301889.
HEEDAND GFT RICH.
RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance,
Tothe Rich Who Wish to Become Richer,and to the Frugal, Who, By Ecoomy, Have Saved Small Sums of
Moneythat They Wish to Increase, We Respectfully Submit the Following*
ONEOF HELENA'S MOST PROMINENT AND INFLUENTIAL
citizensplaced in our hands for investment in March. 1888, $2,500.^We purchased with this monev lots in the Grand Avenue Addition,^and a statement rendered August 1,1889, shows a net profit of $5,000.
ARAILROAD ENGINEER gave us in May last $400 to invest in^Helena Realty. We purchased four lots in the Flower Garden Addi^^tion. These lots were all sold by August 1, and the net profit to the^investor was $335.
ABOOK-KEEPER invested through us $250 in two lots north of^the railroads. This purchase was made in April last. The lots were^sold through us in July. Net profit, $165.
WEBUILT A DWELLING on the East Side for a gentleman^seeking a permanent investment, and upon the completion of the^house leased it for him. This investment yields over 20 per cent, net^per annum. The above facts are only a few of many such instances.^FINALLY, we handle entire additions and put improvements upon
theproperty we handle. The total number of houses we have built^since January 8, 1889, together with those now under contract^amounts to 95. The prospects of Helena to-day are far brighter than^they have ever been, hence the opportunities for profitable invest^^ment were never better.
WEAPPEND a few of the most promising investments we hare^to offer:
$7per front foot for 750 feet in the Flower Garden Addition.
Jf4500 14 M Hershfield Addition.
$12200 44 M Grand Avenue Addition.
400front feet in Beattie addition.^$200 per acre for 100 acres near city limits.
1new dwelling on Blake Street.
2new dwellings on Eighth avenue.^8 new dwellings on Ninth avenue.
Rooms 1,2,3 ^ 7^ Fi^t National Bank Building.
TheBaltimore Slujfjer Still Persists^that He can Whip the B g^Boston Bruiser.
The Same Old Cry About Being^Trained too Fine and Poor Han^^dling in the Ring.
e Declares H^ Will Fight th* Mln^l^^ippl^Law la the Hlgiie.t ConrtH wd to^the Bitter End.
JakeKiirain waa interview.il at Birm^^ingham. Ala., the other day by a St. Louis^Republic correspondent, on bis way to^Purvis, Miss. In reply to the question^^^Will you plead guilty when your trial^comes off'^' he said:
No.If 1 did I would have no recourse.^My bond is already made and 1 shall g^^^back in December ard stand trial. I don't^believe 1 am guilty, because I did not^know what state 1 was fighting in. 1 don't^believe the witnesses who testified at Sulli^^van'* 'rial know what county we fought^in, but I expect about the same sentence^that he received. They seem determined^to convict us. 1 will, of course, appeal If^1 receive the same sentence. It will be^pretty tough if we have to go to jail for a^year.
Haveyou any plans for the future^
Noneas yet. 1 shall return to Haiti-^more as soon as my bond is arranged.
lathere any truth in the rep^rt that^you would join Sullivan in a sparring^tour^
'None;the matter baa never been men^^tioned to me. 1 have had several offers to^go on the road and give sparring ^ xhibi-^tions, but none to join Sullivan's combina^^tion.
Willyou fight any more rina fighta^
1don't know ye': I want another^chance at Sullivan, but he e^v* he will not^fight attain. If he will agree to built urn^again 1 can easily obtain barking, but we^will have to go out west somewhere to^tight. If we had gone out west before we^would not now be under arrest.
,v *n,nk TO- can whip j,^'^^11 ^
''Tea;1 hav* tha utmost confidence la^myself arid am anxious to meet n.m airain.^He Is no better man than I am. The sun^was too hot for me In Mississippi, and 1^had not trained long enongh. Sullivan did^not hurt me, and the newspaper stories^about my being so badly used up bad no^truth in them.
Whatof the stories that you were not^properly trained and handled **
1was not well bandied in the ring, but^my training was all right, except I did not^train long enough. 1 did not come home^from England in time, and then the death^of my mother prevented me from going^into trainings axon as I intendni.|l think^1 was trained down ^ little too fine, if 1^had been ten pounds heavier I would have^been stronger. Another thing, 1 got no^rest and very little to eat from Saturday^before the fight until Monday, and tbis^made me weak. I was not in the beat con^^dition when 1 entered the ring. With^proper training and handling at the ring I^am confident that 1 can beat Sullivan.^^^Will you spar this winter^^^^Tea as soon aa 1 return home I sball
Pvesparring exhibitions in Baltimore, and^Km thinking seriously of getting together^a first-class combination of the best boxers^in the country and making an extended^tour. 1 have not fully decided vet, but if 1^go on the road thia winter it will probably^be with my own combination.''
Oustersfor the races at Hancock's.
aWoman'a I^laca**ry.^Another wonderful discovery has been^made in these closing years of the nine^^teenth century, by one of the best known^ladies of Minneapolis. She has discov^^ered a railroad that is perfection. But let^her tell it in her own words: ^1 cannot^i lose this rambling letter without alluding^to the charming ride we had on the Burling^^ton road from Minneapolis to Chicago. If^H an is any road in tie United States or^elsewhere which has -more luxurious or^more perfectly comfortable sleepers, more^beautiful, well-appointed dining cars, more^appetizing, satisfy ing meals.or better atten^^dance in all its departments thsn this road,^1 have never s^en it, and I do not believe^it exists. The arrangements of the cars^were all so p. rfect, and everything was so^ssatat, that i, for one. was sorry to leave^them, and determined then and there to^reci mi mend the Burlington to any friends^who in their journeying* might avail them^^selves of tbis route.^ For tickets, rates,^and any information, apply to your local^agent, or write to W. J. C. Kenyon. gen^^eral passenger agent C . B. .v N U B.. ^t.^Paul, Minn.
The.NortnernPacific railroad will sell^harvest excursion tickets from Duluth, St.^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena and Butte^and return at one fare for the round trip^(*4K.yO). Tickets will be sold on Aug. ^^and 20, Sept. 10 and 24. and Oct. 8. Ex^^treme litrit thirty days. Stop-overs al^^lowed within limit of ticket.
A.O. ED6AR, Gen'l. Art., Helena.
Chas.S. Fei. Gen'l. P. 4 T. A. SLPaul.
yourcough at once ^ This is no advertis^^ing scheme, but an actual fact and we^g iarantee it. For sale by all druggist*.^K. S. Hale A Co., wholesale and retail^a'T-ts.
Aneminent physician says: A healthy
liverseen tes from two to three pounds of^bile every twenty-four hours, and disposes^of this secretion wnere it will do the most^good. Now if the liver is out of order the^wbole system is in trouble, the spirits are^depressed, the mind is not clear, and a per^^son whose liver is not performing its duty^is very soon unfitted for regular business.^Or. Henley's Dandelion Tonic rouses the^torpid liver and enables it to perfi*m its^proper functions, thereby regulating the^whole system. Sold by H. S. Hale A Co.,^wholesale and retail agents Helena, Motit.
A.M. HOLIER HARDWARE CO
Itchingpiles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagree^^able Itching after getting warm. This^form, as w^ll as blind, bleeding and pro^^truding piles, yield at once to the applica^^tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which^acta directly upon the parts alTected, ab^^sorbing the tumors, allaying the Intense^I'chlng and effecting a permanent cure,^r ifty cents. Address The Dr. Bosar^^o^M edicine company, Piqua, O. Sold by K.^S. Hale A Co.
Chamberlain'*Colic, Cholera and Dlar-^rtao* Remedy.
Thismedicine can always be depended^upon, not only in the milder forms of sum^^mer complaint, but also for malignant^dysentery and cholera infantum. The lives^of many persons, and especially children,^an- saved by it each year. It is pleasant,^safe and reliable. For sale by H. M. I'er-^chen A Co.
Baeauens Araiea SwJ**.
Thebest salve in the world fot cuts,^brasses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^sores, *^tter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive^^ly cures plies, or no pay required. It Is^guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or^Bassss* refunded. Price 28 cents pes box.^For sale hr R. S. Hale A Oo.
CommencingJune * and continuing un^^til Sept. 27, the Northern Pacific railroad^will make a rate cf one fare for the round^trip from Helena, to Livingston and return,^on the following conditions: Passengers
topurchase a roand-tri'p ticket to Livings^^ton and either a *^ or S40 book ticket^through the park. These tickets include^rail and stage transportation from Livings^^ton and four and five days, respectively,^board and lodging at the Park association's^1 hotels. For further information call at the^Northern Pacific ticket office.
A.D. KrteAK. General Agent.
Cu^:n ! and Coojb ! I and Couth 111
Whatin the world is the reason you will^cough and keep coughing and still keep^trying inferior medicines when Beggs'^Cherry Cough Syrup will positively relieve
Noticeof Expiration of Time for^Registration.
Notice1* herehv given. That the time for Hi*^r*_'l^t-^'l. ^ uf the came* of toe qualified elerior*^In election district No. 3, In the county of Lewi*^ar.d Clarke, and territory of Mor tana, prior to the^gt-iiarel election, to be held on Tuesday, the lint^day of October, A. D. IBS*, for th* said county of^L*w1* aad Clarke, will expire at ten o'clock p. m.^on the 15th day of sej.temv r, A D. 1889.
Then^me* of 'h - several precinct* or polling^place* embraced In eald electlcin clatrlct No. 3 are^aa fillow*: K^* r , Month of Nelson and
GBOHGBSKYMKR, Registry Agent^District No. S, Lewi* an' Clarke county, Montana
Noticeof Expiration Of Time tor^Registration
Notice1* hereby given, Th^t th* time for the^r^^rlstratlon of th* names of the qnal'fi.d elector*^la election district No. 4. In the c ui.ty of Lewis^and Clarke and territory of Montana, prior to the^e*n*ral election, to he he'd on Tuesday, the flrst^Say of October, A. D 198V, for the (aid coast; of^! e^i* and Clart*. will expire at ten o'clock p m.^on the 15'h day of September. A. D IS 9.
Themm-^* of th* teverai preclncte or polling^r. sre* embraced In said election district No 4 are^a* follows: Cast Helena, Freni h Barred Spo^^kane.
HII. CL^BK, Registry A(r*nt.^District No 4, Lewi* and Clarke connty.Mcnuna.
Noticeof Expiration of Time lor^Registration.
NoticeI* hereby given. That the tlm^ for the^registration of ih* name* of the qualified elector*^In election district No. 2, In the county of Lewie^*.,^! Clarke, aad territory of M. n'Ana, prior to the^general election, to h-dd on Tnesdar. the fir t d*^^of October, A D. 18fW, for the said c nsty of^i^wl* aad Clark*, will -autre at tea o'clock p m^on'he 15th day of September, A D. l^^9
Th*m m^s of th* several precincts or polling^place* rmhraced in aald election district No. t are^as follow*: Precinct* No*. 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, It, 13.^14, J8, ^, In fourth, fifth, alxth and eevecth^ward! of the city of Helena, OoodwlTU and
*U*r8. i. kjNNfcY. RegWCry Afrent.
klectlondlstrl't Ho i, Lewi* and Clarke county,^wonuna. cSce engine hou-e. near court bona*
NoticeI* hereby elven. pursuant to section* 5^and IS of the registration law* of Montac*. that^the time for the reclstrsMoa of th* name* of the^qualified elector* of Anguata regletratl, n dletrlct.^No. 10, th* county of Lewis and Clarke, terrlt rv^of Montana, prior to the general ejection to tea^held on Tuesday, October 1,HJ8S. will expire at 10^o'clock p m. on the 15th day of SepteTEbrr '^ ^^The dletrlct la compoeed or the to tine precincts
ofAugusts and Peartr rn Canyon
ac. PLlMINtr, Registry Agent.
Cabinet and Builders'* Hardware,
andall High Explosives.
113 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Donenot slack when exposed to the air as most all oth*-^^soft coal does A larfre portion of this coal is similar to An^thracite in character, ana does not till the room with soot.
Askyonr dealers for the Sand Coulee Coal or apply to
S.F. SHANNON. Agt.
OfficeMontana Central Depot.
U.S.Public Sampling Co
CityOffic* RemoTrd to 8econd National Bane.^les and Ai-says Made of all Ores. Consignments Solicited^amples of each lot Submitted to the Different Smelters^and the Ore Sold to the Highest Bidder.
VRITEFOR TERMS.^Paelfie an4 Montana Central rtflmj jnnrt'an. TaksT Motor Line W^at
Tr;tphoTic No. ^1. Sampling Works at Northern^llr
LENOIRHOUSr^Staasa ^eat^Co Sain St. asd Helens ^*.. Helena. Montana Rvery rorni ^ flrst-claae front roorr
PAOIPiCHOTEL^ Btaarp Hast
wainstreet, Helena, Montana. Baslr.*** center of the city. First class. All atrwet cars pas
-*l*-^r h^Hi Many reetanrant* la close proximity at all . rice*. Kuro^ean Plan.'Kooma* 50c^TSc il.un, sclta MM per day according to location. American Plan (LfJ to JiM per day. s^els^weekly ratee No dlwpoUM* peofie allowed.B. O. lenoir. Prop, both cons
NoticeIs hereby gtm, that the time for th* re^^gistration of the name* of the qaallfled electors is^District No 1, In the coontr of Lewi* and Clark*,^and Territory of Montana, prior to the general^*lectloa. to be held on the 1st day of October, A.^d., 1888, tar the said county of Lewis and Clarke,^will expire at 10o'clock p at ontae 15th day of^September. A. D_ 1888-
Tte name* of the several precinct* or polling^place* embraced la eald Klect.no District ^No. 1.^are a* follows: Precincts Nos. 1 2. \ 4. \ ^, la^first. Second aad Third wards, Helena. Union^riile and Park City.u. ^ LaCKOIX.
E.ectloaMBSrttt No. 1, Dewis aad Clarke coco^ty. Montana Boom SO, Pittsburgh Block
man c pa ctutur of
Wgon Sheets, Tents, Awnings^and Hydraulic Hose.
Twentyefferent styles of window Awnings^aad the latest Improved future* for hanglar.
Canvasof all kls .* aad widths from 90 baches^wSa* So 130 Inch** wide always la Mock.
TheHint Improvec Cssap (sooda.^mi^*nnrT Biuni
ChildrenCry for Pitcher's (^astxia.
HELENA,MONTANA.^IRON AND BRASS
WALLPAPER AT COST TO CLOSE OUT
WHITEBLANKS, 10c per roll.
GILTS,15c t^er roll; former price, 40c^20c u 4414M 50c
25c ^ M*'M 75c
Allgilts hung for 15c per roll.
112and 114 Broadway.
Lctl.Tsf..r if.^- f.^uncalled for at BBSJ ]^on Aug. 2^. In ^^say ^advertised.
'.knti.kIAdams, Charles^Allen, Kred W.^Alden, .lohu K^Aultr-ru. J. 0L^Baisor, Havld^Uailey. A. J.^Baker, *tasMi^baird, .1. M^Bell. John T.
BlDtfelliHIt,I ^h tr ^ -
Blantuid.IVUodley, M. I,.^Bruwn, Frank I^liressler. (Xa.il^Borfianan, .1. W. .'J^Bnndy, lino. W^QsaMSsnr, w.
JaaiesP. CJi^ij. J 1*
dsori.James^iHiy, J. J.^[lass. T. H.
K'el.^e. Will^^K. K I)^iust. J. K , Md.^eri^. J. U.
SjI ^^lan, W. 5.^SSK, J.^man, .1. J.^im. G M^th, E. 11.
MANUFACTrRlEand dbalmk is
Stock Saddles, Side Saddles,
I.itrht and Heaw Harness,
Btta,Spnrs. Qalrte, Whips, Lashea, Blankets, Sheets, DrisVre, Slickers, Now Bafs,^Sweat Collars, Horse Boot* and all other goods usually kept m a nrst-claw har-^^^ store. Hand made driving harness a specialty.
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main St., Helena, M. T.
Hendriclcson,Andrr^lieuren, Cnas. E^Hill, Chas. W.^Hopkins, M C.^Hi.lines, (ieorge It.^HutcuinK', K B.^InKersoll, Cyrus^Johnston, C. ^'.^Kaley. Krai k.^Kenuedj, ivier^Kins;, E J.
Kront.olti,.J. K.^i.arson, Andrew i2i^Lake, L I .^Largenf. lohn^I^eslie, Frank^i.indley, Fred^l.lbby, N.^Lint, Clayton^l.aucki-, W.^Vsell, C K., 2^Maniy. L. a^Mac I^ mi aid, Henry^, Andre w J.^, C. 1..^, O. O.^Invest Co. li
Ml,i ^ Jl/. ^,},.
alcIeod, John l^.%1
McWqirk,II. C. ,2)St
Nilson,I J.s|^Ooiera, J as.
Koynard,F. OK^Keurend. Ch. F_^Kirhard. Frank^Heilly. M. W.
Bitter,Anton^Rot*-its, L O.^Rohao, v. C.