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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, l it 1 DAY MORNING, OCTOBEfl 1H,
DOESNOT LIKE THE DEAL.
A.Coquard Objects to the West^Granite and Elizabeth Con^^solidation Scheme
AVoluminous Complaint Filed in^the United States Court^Against a Syndicate,
0.'a Isiy nmiu-d Charles Smith, who died in^tin roiiiity hospital at Stin kt.Jli Ootolier 11.^IsS'.l. Mrh. Wfhll SHVStlle Isiy. who was 1!
y.'iirHof uu'f. toltl her that he formerly
1.veil in UM .Hid I'd home iils.nt two^veiirs ago, leaving . sister mid brother in^Huh city. Before In- died hf told tin- doctor^In- mother whs living. Mrs. S. W, Wehb,^No. 417 Miuer Hveiiuc, Stix kt.in. Ch|h.. is^the address of the hidy who Iihk tiiken tIn-^iuiiiih to try mid find the relative* of tin^lsiv.
Allkinds of wih.Ii'ii t.i^^ Ii^t^- ju^il^^en re^c^iri^l At Tl.^ IUw Hits.
riiedMM H***t^ 'K1' '^^r*' '^^
Is*.Hits. Try it ami !^^ roiivuice*l.
TV,11.,,mill vv ,1.1. the l'rorwfllnic^ of the^^ MMatlBBttSB Mee'lnic Set^A.liU.
Thetroubles of the West Granite com^^pany lire not at end l^y Hny lueana, the dis^^turbing fs.ot.ir. Ismis A. ' .spiard having^come Ui the front agmn. TMl time Mr.^(Vwioard seeks the aid of the courts. He^wantH the pr.s-cediiigs of the meeting of the^stockholders lit which the Went (irimite^^ ii- merged into the Klizabeth - t aside mid^the dirertorN enjoined from consummating^the deal, which if done, he oliiiins, will^work to Iiih HerioUH detriment. Yesterday^lim attorneys, Mrf'otuiell, Curter A f'lay-^herg, filed a coinphillit 111 the I'liited Stales^Court for their client, Mr. OsgjBasi, The^roni|ilaint in very voluiuiuoiiH.iiiid reoitca in^minutes! detail the causes of actum. The^Bubst-lllicc nf it aa folluWI
ijoiniLCoqurd w. We-t QrsBita Mm
iMMMMBMVi L ^i. I'lielim. S. H. (ieiKel. .1.^K. Wntw.n. Oeorye H. Mill. John W. Hus-^kett.Jacnli Kcl.ll.crn. L. A. Walker, i run^tees; the Elizabeth Mining coiii|mny, I/ouih^M. MHH, Moses Kuiiiscy. Charles Clarke,^Charles C. Mel Inn-. AwHMlM H. Kwing.^Paul A. Kiih/.: John l^. Taussig, Henry W.^Weriisc, John II. Duikmann. A.J. Well.^Anton M. Holler. Henry M. PsrBBSB, CIiiih.^K. Tuuhmi^ and UMi Hullard.
Mr.C.spl.ir.l iillcgca that he in a resident^of St. l.ouis. Mo . and a ^SBshlf of the^Isiard of trustees of the Went tiran^lie Milium ^^mi|i.iny. which October I^|gM win poaaaaaioa of tin HalthaBiahs,^Batte, Clear (int. ^ 'ruction, Alameda. I,it^tie Daisy. Blisabeth, DoMM and DtrBglaa^No. ^^ IihIi-h. Hltuate on Flint creek. IMM^Lstgc county. Montana, and also inaclun^cry, machinery Hit arcs, water rights,^ditches. tlnmiH, aqoedocta, reservoirs, fnui-^cblHes mid privileges. The With nf Match^the trust.ss of the Went (iramt. entered m-^to a cuiitracl with Lulls M. liuinsiv. Ifoaea^Itumscy, Cliarles 1.. Clatke. Charl. s H. Mf^t'liire, An^ii^t H. I.wiiu;.. I'anl \ I'us/.. John^J, Taaflalgi VVeriise A Id ickinaii. A. J. Wi .1^K. M, ^niter and II. M. I'alchcii and f. HB^d^h Hyndicale, and that at the tune MnM^rari'hen and Holier were ^MBfcMI of the^hoard of trusteea ^^ Well km the Hvndicati^making the propoHition to the truHteea, and^that thev acted iih trtmtei H iii the accept
Bin^ I tile pro|Ki-lt loll.
Theplan.till alle_iM that the WeM (tran-^lte ^0MJMB1 w.'ik oruani/.ed with WO,(tt)^HhareH at $|o |ier ^hare, and an he ImiIwVM^the MMMJUJ Iiiih. from tune to time wince^ofKBIlisatloli. ihhuimI and dell^eri^d to diverx^and Kiindry MM Uh entire capital Htm k.^H'' 1 1VH that he i-a Ht ir! h ^^ alldj I. '^II
March'*^. Ihh'.i, he wa^ tin- UmI owner of^7,lliK^ ^Uiirin. and now owiih l.'i.tKIl dMNd^and that he la entitled to all the right*, hen^cfltH and privihui-h ol a HdH-kholder, and^further that the prcMciit IrtMtMl Were^i'li i ted at the iiununl KtockholderH' iiiwtint;^nt Helena, Julv 111. I^L instead of the old^truntccK who nit'. red phi a contract with
111.'h)Udll ate March H^.
Thaooinplaint iUtMthatoBAag.il the
truntecMof the WeHtern Of hi culled a^itt.h'kholders' meeting hy Bghlhwltlg^^ notice in a HeleiiH daily |^^|^^r.^copies of which notice wen- --m^to all the MtiM'kholders. and ou Ootobft^r^ a meeting t1^' PUlcAhoUWfl waH held at
theotl'uf Massena Hullard 111 Helena.
tudthat there was rcpresi-nted In pcrwirl^or hv proiy t.V.L'iW shareH. 'I'. H. Klein-^m'hiiiidt acted aschairuiaii and LA. Walker^an Mi'cr. tarv of the meet inn. HMMtM-^lard at that HOfttag Miitmiitted a preamhle^and resolution in suliMtance that aa no separ^^ate parcel of property i.mld la^ sold without^material injury to the remainder, it wan fm^the bast httanataof the ootporatioo that all
thepro|n rty hhould la- sold iii one lot in^order that the Ileal and moat advant ineoiis^disposition tin renf could U' had: and that
infottag apua the Hooooitiao bmUobm
allof the BfUBBttf Bliotild he voted BBOB at^one time and as one parcel of p UBCfty,
Thepreamhle and resolution wen- adopt^ed. It is slated. I.^ a Vole of tAV.HM shales
forand lA^AtBahatM kffalaat. The plaint in^^BtfB he ia inforu.id HUB liellevea that Ma-^seiina Hullard w is imt a itOBhhukfer, hut^vot^^d L'TH.l'iil^ aliares nf iirotv. M theineei-^iag MBBthMMd J ihn II. Watson nlfi red a^reanlutioii to aell the property for casli hi^th^ highot bidder or hi a syndicate, hut It
wasvoted down, s. II. QanM ugared a raa
olulioiiin snlist nice that the company had^an liidi I'teduess of C.'iL'.HIIU and that the^BBSBSftf of tha coiiipany shotlld be Hold hi^a avndlcate and a BBBi I^' cjeculed to^t'harles S. TausHi^.
Theplaintitl alii gM that he did not think^a aale iieces-ary, and offered to hum money^to liquidate the liuli litedlless. and il^ HUh-^nntted iiih it lor peuOuaHioB, which wiih tn^aaw'sa each stiK'kholder thirlv eenta a ahuri^whereliy the eiuharraMameiit of the coin^^ftBTeoaid bt relieved. Tliia prnpoaitkBi^wa^ voted down. HBltiIIH that BOthiBg^could lie done that way the plauitlti stated^he was willuin to have tin sharea put up at^auction and add, hut that waa \ot, d down^and he beUeaea that the defeudantK colifed^anted lom'therto prevent the acceptalici^of any proiaisiturn coiiiiiio from one not^iih uilier of tin syndicate.
Inwuiduin up the complaint Mr. C.upianl
tUaaaathat hnora ^^^-t.UM,tha alian-a
ofWeat (iramte were worth (I each Imt^now are of no value. He is unwilling to la^come a on nils r nf the K.ll/dieth. Of Bg^ahaBgaoC transfer his st.s'k. and saya Hi^action of the defeudantK clouds his title to^the shales of stm'U he owns ami aaka that^the court enjoin the defendants frmn c.iri v^i1iu into effect the act Ion i if t he st iH'kholders
hiaaoeptiBg the prupueltioa of the nrndi
BBtiand that .^II pioeeediBga he set asid
HhMMgbmbalaiaj that Mr. Ouqaard has
nocase mid further than uivinu tinm lOBM^trunhle his efforts will imt amount to much^of anything. I he saaa will come up at^next term of tin I sited Staos court^this district.
ofAugusta, are at
AleiKuhler. of^(iraud Central.
M.Malmiey ami wife^tin Merchanta.
J.K. I'ardee ami wife, of r\WHpahgggl are^at i In- Merchants
AirentJ.A. LaBBB, of the I BjeBj I'acilic,^ia over from I' r
Tlioa.K. Hrady and wife, of (ireat Kalis,^^re at the Mi ii haiita.
(jell.Henry H. Carrilliftoll of Iteilui. is u^^niiwl of the (irand Central
Meyer(ienzliert'er, ^aaagst of (tans A'^Klein's hoajaj at lllltte, is in tow n
MajorCli is. McClure. I'aymaster 11, S. A.^has arrived in Helena from the
JamesKnlkinhurjr, a prominent ranch^m in of Nevada creek valley,
lain the city
C.I,. Davulaoii and A H. Wright of^Wichita. Kansas, are at the (irand Central.
A.I', ( handler and Kd I.. Hishopof Far^go. link., are registered at the (irand Cell^tral.
K.J. Stackjsile, n newaimia-r man of^Hal I lejBJIg. I'a.. is in the ^'it^ accoiiipannd^hy his wife.
O.H. I'heljw, T W. LaM and Mac M.^Kinney, of Minnea|^dis, are registered at^the Merchants.
Mr.and Mis. Si \erance. of Oka, have re
turnedfr their Kuropean trip and are at
Mr.and Mrs. Jacoh Haines left yesterday^fni Melro-e. Mont ma, to visit their daugh^^ter. Mrs. J. (i. Maddui.
IsraelOswald and wife, of Virginia City.^Qeo, MaUrr, Jr.. and Wm. Klein.nf Corlnn,^ale raglatatBll at the International.
Mrs.J Ii. Finn, of l.iviiiKstoii; Miss Tay-^lor. (ilendivemil Mr.-. Johnston, of Fast^Helena, are at t he (iraud ('cut ral.
Ill Meyers, of (ireat Falls, Chan. W.^Seyde. Mile- City, and C. I). Porta* and^wife, Wallace, Idaho, are j^t the (irand Cen^^tral.
FdHicks, of Hutte, J. K. WikhI. I'ony,^F. \. liii hanlsoii. Fort Custer, and Win. A.^Spraume. of Cascade, are registered at the
CuaaiiopolitaB.J. 11. hBBghaat, 11. K. I'arsoiis. Chirano.
J.H. Bidlcruaa, W. II. Lowe. st. PbbJ,Oao.^Forrest, Herman OtteBbafg. New York, and^Win. Duaglaaa, of Olaaf Falls, are auiounn^yesterday's new an ivals at the ODBBBOpoll-^tan.
F.M. Chadlsiurne has a telegram fioni J.^Stuarl Wallaci . who sailed yesterday from^New York for London, st itinythat when he^a1 rives at his destinatioll he will complete^the Uefotl itions for the consolidation of^the Eaaaira and Carliale uiiuuiK com^^panies.
r'aiicjiihisltcasi^ nf pverT iliMTiiiLiiai now un^^^I. at nil- Rca Hlvw
THRI i iBBB IMM sili\.
MatUtle*alMWlBg the gBlbet of Mill
initie Keeitiweeteea HckIoii.
Accordilioto the Northwestern I.uinla r-^111 hi which has made a directory of the^hsBhaf trade, there are ln'the t inted States^ii.^.r.i saw mills, IM'J sluntde nulls. hjM^plaBgag nulls. Wi loyuinu railroads, l.'JK^lrv kiln plants and 'M mills usini; baud^sawmy niachiiiea. The journal QgflhB| has^|. voted BBBaaial effort to the proinotion of^the industry u|siii the I'acitic coast. ( ali-^forma has I'M aaw nulla. ,r^7 shin^'h^ilia, at; planinn mills. :!7 Iokkiiik rail^^roads and Hi dry kilns. .QaagBB has 'J\:^saw mills. :tl akhBghj nulls, |BJ planiliu^nulls, seven loKinni! railroads and 14 dry^k pi.mts. In Washin.'toii lsl saw mill^reported, Tl ahlagV nulls, IM ptaaiag
Is, loggiBg railroads and :V^ dry
killplants. Tin st modern machinery
sBaBgkt thaaB aatarftiaaa, and loga an^freqaently broBght pouaidambia diatawo^ii|siii kig|tiBg lailroads. Tbeae are yen^rally laid with linht iron or wood rails, hut^ici'.isiiiuallv the track is made up only of^li s or trunks nf trees Irci nailed togetoer,^I lie aggiBea and cars which run mi theai^putt mails have wheels with caticave treads,^and. of BOBIBe, only slow s|s'isl is made. I^in the MiahigBB pnlllBaBla when^the Wlllti-rs are bOBfl and severe^steam traction ciilMIic rtUUtiOU oyer^snow is used without tracks. Within^few years I'acirlc coast hunts t has^found it- w. y 111 qBBBtitj east of the BJOBgg^tains, a result part ly due to the increase nf^inaiiufacturinu capacity and DBftl) to the^u\ of ea-tern capital invested in tim-^hai lauds and luills. A sliubt cluck^baa haBB gf*Bg this moveiiieut this^year, causid hy the DBTBiBg^Seattle. Bnolutnt
PIHMA1n\ RMTII HJBIKD.
TheLast Nftll Kites KaHMllutlona nf (11111I0-^lence A^Bghai hy Hie r'lrriBien.
Thefuneral of Charles Welmter. the Hre-^ninn who ilrop|^d dead at the Itialney^street tire Wedni'sdav ajBIBJggg, was hurled^yesterday afterniMin from the Connreua-^tional church, ibe tire department turned^out in a body, 'ibe tire la-ll was tolled for^an hour. Itev. F. I). Kelaey delivi risj n^touching address. There were a iiumls r of^heautiful fforal BgBffkBgi placed on the^casket hy loviny friends. Kroiii the church^the Issly was Isirne to its last resting place^111 Mountain Home cemetery.
IIn chief and IneuilK-rs of the Helena^fire department tender their sincere thanks^to Key. and Mrs. Kelaey and to the ladles^who iloiiated the cioss. wreath and other^flowers.
Ata BjeethgJ of the Helena fire depart^^ment la-t iiiifbt the fnllowiiiK resolutions^were ado| ted:
Whereas, It has seemed nisal to the Al-
mi|ditvI^is|KiHer of eyeiits to remove from^our mi.1st niir late worthy and esteemed fel^^low uieiiils r, W1I-011 ( . W'ehster, and
Whereas.The ultimate relations In ld hy^the deceased with the meinlsTS of the de-^portnieut render it BtBgBf that we should^place up hi ris ord our apiireciation of his^services as a fireman and his merits as a^man: therefore,
Keaolved, Thnt we deplore the loss of
Wilsonc. wsbataf ^ub dis p faattaga of re^^gret, softened i nly hy the confident hope^thai Ills spirit is with those who, having
foiixhttin -I fik'tit here, are BBjoyktg p^'r-
fadhappiness, in a battel world.
Hesofved,That we tender to Ins afflicted^relatives our sincere condolence and our^farm st sympathy ill their affliction at the^loss nf one who was 11 ^isai citizen, a de^^voted tiremaii and an honest mail.
Unsolved,That 11 copy of the fort-nomy^resolutions, slum d by the coiiunittis', la-^transferred to the parenta of the deceased,^and puhlishcd in the daily |ui|iers of this^city: also lliscnls d on the uiiinites of this,^the Helena File Depart incut.
jSinned.](ii n W, 4 iliiiw.
SvmAsu.^Koin 111 Ki r/.i.ru.^J vmis It. LbBBBBB.^Obb, 11. OtffgtBV
\e*irissls! New k'ihsIs htaaaffifadeeef| day^In ' wisik ami urn now mi eshibiUoa al I im lbs-^Hive
IIF.I.KV^ IN ItltlKF
(i.W. Jackson, music dealer.^Dinner from 11' to | at the Hon ion.^Auheuaer A Husch Iteer at I eleherts A^Wick's.
JamesW. Murker, merchant tailor. Mam^street, agtjeoeite Fu-t National bank.
(toeast via t!i^ Mont ina Central and^Manitoba railways, the new sleeping and
iiaingearroutn to st. Paal and tin east.
Ihroiioh trains h ave Helena daily at IlioVi
IIAKKKI.I, AtHakgB,qat. lrt.tVtellallask.il.
Thefuneral will take place Friday at . p. 111.^from s|i Ninth aimiiie. F rinudsnf tin- fannl^ are
aehyMaBBtala r ^^awaBaaaat No. 1 1. 11.
Amiriilar ^BBttag nf the alaive^Kiieaniiiinent will be haM aBtha aja*^mid ami fourth Frela) of nai-h BMBtB^at their IihIkc nsuu in this city at^TiXlu. m. Hninuriiiiia; hrotlmrs are curdially in-^vitnd In att. nil.I). J. WAIT. C. 1'.
HKNIti\s,MI ssKN. Hcribc
IIYou Are Tempted to Part^With Your Dollars in Ex^^change for any thing in^the Drv Goods Line.
miii.,nHsMaa,^The sale of seats for Milton Nflbta'a aB^gageaaaBjl btgifla this BMVBiBg and a heavy^a lvalll'e Slle IS pn-dieted. Milt..11 N. .1.1. s Is^p. rhaps the most original delineator of^w. -i. rii life on the atagBi and miiki^grand success of nny charucter he pottrayB^Kvervliodv who has ever sis 11 his ^I'lnelill'
willwant to aai ii agafci) ^Tha PhiaBli
neverdies,^ is | phrase peraliarl] applic^aide t^ tin popularity of Mr. Nliulea and^bia repertoire. As an eccentric clinriicter^Coiuedliiu he is at his hest ill ^Isivc and^law^ and hi- new plav ^From Sue to Son.^^is pronounced a very taking drama.
townsin WaahiBgtoB and OregnB,arhieh
willcreate a local demand f^^i IiiiiiImt that^is likely to Use up this year's surplus. After^this demand is supplied, producers oil the
Paellaelope will push lata the big market
1stof the mount nils and the red BBgBf
ahtngtraand the gr laaaber are, the LBB*ber
BMtgthinks, likely to gNN^ in eastern de-^lualid. HadVOUB lupines tune to make^catern customers feel at home with it. hut^with oheapef rail rates it should con.|^te^with pun-
lto It.-all iii 11 Mow-lone.
Hill in.is. (K t. 17. |S|M.cial.l-Tbe fol^^lowing is the official vote of Yellow-tone^county 011 the state ticket and legislature:^For the constitution. t.^^7: against. H| nia-^j.u ity. gUt Carter. tl.^i; Maginnis. Ji-^n ma^joiitv. |gBj r.iwet. Ighj Taohj, M| mijiirity,^1 lit; Conrad. 'S.t\: liickards, tilt'.: majority,^MB) Itrowne. I'To; Hotwitt. MN majority, lid;^Collins. ifTUt Hickman. gk1| majoritv. IM^Fit/nendd. |T1| Kinney. Btl; niajority. IM|^Haskell. 407: lYuilu Hon.'V-S; majority. l.t^^(iaiiiion. 4i^^: Ituss. 11. '.^7(^: majority, IM
Make,U4i DaWoUa, HBi majority. IM
Hickford.:^^''^^. DeWitt. 4^^; major ty. 1:11;^AnaBjgBBgi -'^^'^: llarw.Ksl. tH'.; majority,^M0| Cop.. Kennedy, 411; majority, loll;
judgeaatyeBth judicial district. BgrMgka^M77; Milhiirn. '.^.'^-'; Wtajurity,M| state scna^tor. BBhaoaki gtti TeBayak, Ml) majority.^MM rcpni.iMit. tiv . Norton. MB| WHIIatigl.^^Jim: majority.
RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance! Mortgage IN Company.
RoomsL, 3, 8 and
FirstNational Bank Building, ...
Mouseslimit for lnv^^Ht4ira thnt willvieltl ft not income of from 12 t^|H ggf cent, mi the Investment. Dwellings Hnilt on the Installment^l'lan
. 3Me-atr Houses Per Sale !
Small('nail Payments, Balance in Monthly InBtallmenU: Four on^Ninth Avenue'Two on Kleventh Avenue, One on 1/igan Street. Two^on Kighth Avenue. One on Hlake Street, One on I^awrenne Street.
WALLACI ^ THORNM'KOH, At.EXW.
^iSamm1, '2 anil :t. ggggggj Floor First National Hank BuiMiutf, entranoe Corner^(irand ami .Jackson Strwts.
WeCan Fit Any Font in Helena!
Wehandle and keep in stis k More Fine t(i,ssls than any J^house West of Chicago. OtirOissls
-ZS.relv^ad.e to Order,
Hythe I^irgest anil llest Fiu-tories in America. It will
payyou to s|s'inl an hour or so agggajgg our ltiunenBe 5
Mis-Itiinil get New anil Ijitte Style (omhIs. '^^Tftd.
[J.P. WOOLMAN t8c CO.
Nextto First Nations] Hank. Helena.
SPECIALATTRACTIONS^Dress Goods and Trimmings.
LargestAssortment of Fine Goods^Pound Outside thr Cities!
Willoffer yiiti greater teniptatinns in^attractive ggginbtt gmslH, ami more^gootlM for the least money of any house^in Montana
nilgdrailiiiif Helena'a most intelligent^liuyers have alremly untile their ho lee^tioiiH for Fall ami Winter in our Dress^Qoodg I^e|iarttuont. ami pronounot) it^'the Largest. Hamlsoniest ami Host over^slumn in Helena.
PersianHnmls ami Hranls to niatcl^all colurs in ilress g.nsls; Hlack tiimpi^ami I'nngcs in all vvnlths ami prices:^Large Buttons, with small ones to^match, in all colors, at prices from .r*ii^to HO gBf gflgggji
IaIi.*-'Mill Ki uts' lnitl.liiti^Tin- Us- Hive.
aaitain I*' tmit nt
l*lie sliiml.l call at Knsl lunier ^ aiiil kci ii^imUi- ^^f slippers, ^ he is BBuBg thBB ^l ^ laff]^low tufur.'.
WIni Knum It I in
Mis.S. W. Webb, nf Stockton. Cal.. wiagag^t^i learn if tin wlier. aU.uts of tin relatives
St.I'u i . (let. IT,^ThabtBhaaaaB*! tag^veiitiouhas hatg |M*utalpaU| oasgpiad tHa
mgaiBgBtnf tins gaal with cuniintt. e^wnik. I lie BSBBSMtiBg tins BflafgaBSj
listen..1 to an aAdraai I^^ n KaHmad Obbv^luissiniur Collin on iinprovetl lircakiuu up-^plnincis. Hi arged tin ltiotli. rlnsul to^ask congress to t tke artinii in the matter,^iiinl ailviscil thciu to place the res.iluti.iiis^in the lunula nf every congressman, gover-^Uitr. railwav coiiiuiissiiiin r. legislator nml^minister.
FANCYSILKS^All Colors ami latest Designs in^Plaida, Stri|^-s anil ChtM'ks. Rgggglg^M all colors am) wiilths. We will offer^this week in all the most desirable^colors, a Very llaiulsoiiio Hns-aile Vol^vet at 11 i^. |s^r ynr.l, which is a (iraml^BSfgjgiB.
VOrmr.NDFKWKMt.^Notice the dkplgjf m our Show Win^gOg of Lailies* Saxony I'mliMivear at
|L9Ba pieir f-J.iil a suit. Thow
gomlscannot Is. iluplicatcl clsowliert^in the city for much less than twit*^what wo ask for them
OurCloak ami Suit department t^never so complete as this season. It^oml.races nil the Newest Novelties, its^well as the Medium Priced (iariliotits^for common wear. Children's Cloaks^for school wear a specialty
WeWillis* pleased to show you oil^goods and make vou prices. Wo will
not lie ui..I ^ b) any house in
Plainand Fancy iMvss Silks.^Velvets. IMiisIips. Pattern Kol^es.^OOBbinttion Suits. Side Hand Patterns,^In Plaids. Strijics and Mixtni't's.^PltiiCkwdsof Every DeHcription,^r.^dli in Bltek and in Colors,^New and Rich Designs in Fine Silk.^Hand Crochet Hands. Galoont,^silk Fringes, silk Crochet Fronts. Etc.
ACORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO ALL.
5Koom hnck on Ninth avenue.^7 Roods brick,Oapitol Hill addition,^s Room hnck. Kighth avenue (iniHlerni.^s Rootn brick. Fifth avenue, fumishod.^g Roan brick. Henttie street.^^J Ivoom hrick. Water street.^.'. Rooaa rramo, Hichinotid Hill addition^.^i L.snii frame, South llobaflh street.^-I His.in frainc. Phomls avenue, near N. P Dsfjgt^fj Kin mi frame. West Side.
Thereia no sounder financial taatitu^tion in the United States than tha Jar^via-Conklin Mortgage Trust Company, a^braneh office of which haa lieen reoently^lieen esUblishe,! ,n Helena, for MoaUns^and Idaho. Loan. in Bny aurs from^MO tip can lie closed at once. An that^ia neoeeaary to secure a loan ia aecarity,^and that is required by every basking^inHtitution in the world. The terma of^Mossrn. Jarvis ^ Conklin are aa reason^^able as can be secured from any ami roe.^Their reputation for probity and fair-^neH8 in all their dealings is well attested^by the many who have done busineaa^with them in fifteen states and territo^^ries in which they operate extensively,^and no complaint of unfairness having^come in during the years they have been^in business is proof positive of their re^^liability.
Hoali-.ingthat Montana and Idaho^presented a good field for a legitimate^loan business, the office was estsbliehed^lu re and is now in temjairary qusrters^with A .1 Steele, in the Hroadwater^Huilding. on the corner of Main and^Sixth avenue, and w ill remove to more^MgagaoilhMg quarters as soon as they^can lie secured.
Aspecialty is made of LogMSg Ranch^ami Farm property. Ow ing to the vaat^exU-nt of their transactions Messra. Jar^vis A- Conklin require agencies through-^out the territory in which they operate,^and for that reason wish to secure^agents through Montana and Idaho, and^to that end ivirres|Mindence is solicited^from res|Minsiblo and reliable persona.
Tin'cash capital of this company ia^B^OOkOOO, wttil a large available fund^to draw from if over found to lie usees^sary.
Solid,substantial, reliable and trust^worthy, the Jarvis Conklin Mortgage^Trust Company is confident that it can^sucivKsfully compete with any similar^organization of the kind in the United^States. CorreB|^ondenoe is solicited, to^which'prompt replies will lie ramie^Low rates of interest, easy terras, and^satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
IIM. JARVIS and^P. J. CONKLIN.
17^Cabin, on Hmadway.^^CU^ .1 Room frame. Jefferson street.^tlH 1 RoOM frame. Hoiilder avenue.^#1K | Rootn frame cottage near N. P. gggot,
6Room brick. N. P. addition mow I.^f|n 7-Rooni brick, Chaucer street, w ith stable.^#|n 7 RotM frame. Ninth avenue, ami stable.^ICtil a Room brick. Kloventh avenue, furnished.
jscti7 Roosit fnuns, Blxth stsbub
siii^i Rooaa frame. Eighth gVSOtM (tniHlornl
iltit R.sim f ranio. Hroadwiiy.
$1H^J RooBaa OO JstfsraOB atrsst for Housekeeping.
fluS KBrnlshsdraona, aasl Bridge.^I 'm: Syt.r. Four lots, each SQglSfi, at ftjtui each, payable 8i^i down, *10 per month
L891-2NORTH MAIN STREET, - HELENA
Thos.Crahan ^ Co.
Thislist will give an idea of the ctinr^actor of the pfOpSftl we handle. If^it diH's not contain what you want we^arc sure you can bg suited by calling^at our ollicc ami examining our oom^plcto list of property.
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HarveyBlock, 'rear first national bank^ Grand Street,^THIS PLACE WILL BE RUN ON FIRST CLASS PRINCIPLES
Calland See Tliera.
\w(tarry d Complete I ^in^ i^^i
TheyExcel Any Shoe in the Market for Style and Durability.
Alsothe Largest Line of dents' Shoes in the City, including Ilauau A Son and^Lilly, Hraekett and t'o.'s makes
DAI r~ I l_l O r-^l A Dl/C u'ccbbbobs to I I i.M.l^nALtlurl otLLAhrvt,s.. ig. Vprmr Mats ghinh
1^..V*^A select corner opposite Steam^boat Block, on Helena Ave. and^JasgSOfl street. KB feet on Helena^Ave. and lid feet all Jsohsog St.
fii,(f^t^ .Vt foot adjoining llelviilers^hoiis^^ on the south. -''sKI pat foot.
$7..^itB^ 50 feet on Helena A v^^-.. )^etween^Warren and Fwing. facing south.
$tyOOO BO fast bttwoag DaviaatiBst and^Montana avenue, on Helena sve^nue. facing north.
#'J.riOtI ^ '^^ feet on Helena avenue, one
lilis'kfrom Davis street.^RKS1DKNCK U)TS.^HyBOO Bask for two choice corners on^Hroadwny and Hobaok, agoh 100^foot front.
IBjOOOSelect corner, IflOglOO in Hauser^ndilitioii, on motor line, block If!,^facing south and east.
fc!.:iiiolOfJgUB, baook 11. lots 7 and 8,^Hauser addition.easy terms.
*'.nil limxl44i. in blirk'-Hi, lota^ and 8,
1'lowcrt iarden addition.^fl,7^s^ lOOgUB, liliN'k 3-J. lots 13.14,15.
10,Hroadwater addition. Thin is
achoice corner on Madison Ave.^$ BB0 lOtlxlHi in Northern I'acitic No.
'J.high level ground.
^;im choice (1 room dwelling, lot 30*
140to alley.^B3JKK) ^i r.Nii.ttiige on Ninth avenue.
newami well built.^HJB0O 4-riKiin house, one half bliN'k
frommotor line.^^il^*i Nil* 4 nxiiu brick, very oobtoiii
A.,.llll|i Select comer on West side, nice^B-fooni brick with all improve^monts. Lit .V.'vll'i.^fi.'Jim t'oruer on Kloventh Ave. and^Davis street, two good lirick houses^and lot l.K lx Hi'feet.
RANCHPROPERTY,^aj;,.^iii(^ Beat ranch in Missouri valley,'J^miloB from IV^VBSBa)d| ^J41 acres,^all under MhOB) paffgot title; good^house and barn, and implements^of all kinds used on lir.-t class farm^LOAN'S.
Weare now prepared to place large or^small loans on improved city pro;^rty^c^r good gissi ranches, at a low rslo of^interest on lirst mortgage loans.
THDS.CBAHAX A 00.^Room 11. riionipson Bl.s k Helen i