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OME NEW YORK GOSSIP.
reen B. Morris' Winnings on the Turf this Year Nearly $100oo,0oo. ay Gould to do the World on a Chartered Steam ship. Vbb'sR X In Power--aullne Hall to be Marrled-Latest Fad of Gilded Youth. Ipeelal Correspondence of Tea IDa'nKaDErT.] Nsw Yoax, Oct. 1.-Green B. Morris, the rf man, has won nearly $100,000 in stakes ud purses this year. It was all he could o, a few years ago, to make both ends teet. He had just paid $10,000 for a year ng, and he is the man for whose horse isonomy, three days before the great Real :ation race, $20,000 was offered. The offer as refused because Lisonomy was regarded Sa sure winner of the Realization stakes. s these stakes were worth $25,000 it would 'arv been like sacrificing $5,000 and a su erb animal in the bargain to have sold at lat figure. Lisonomy died on the day of Le race. The first horse he ever entered >r the Kentucky Derby won the coveted |ue ribbon of the southern turf. Mr. Mor a has been a cattle driver, a miner, a horse •ainer and almost everything else that in le great west twenty, thirty or forty years go seemed to be congenial to an astute ad courageous man. Many an Indian mny bearing a young redskin has come in ,cond to his bareback riding. "What does it cost you to keep your able?" I asked Mr. Morris recently. "I have ten horses," was the answer, and 4f I don'n win $20,000 daring the ,ason I will come out behind." "It surely does not cost $2,000 a horse?" "Not for keep alone. That costs, includ ig help, about $700. The balance is made p by entrance fees, forfeits, jockeys' pay, o. I paid Isaac Murphy when he on the junior championship for me." It is said of Mr. Morris that, when his okey displays bad judgment, his pro mnity is so picturesque and brilliant in its ilotng that it really does not shook the ars of even those unaccustomed to swear tg. His horses are ridden to win; and his putation is above suspicion. If pending negotiations can be completed, ,Jay Gould will belong the proud dis notion of being the first person to charter first-class ocean steamer for his own ivate use during a term of years. When e yacht Atlanta was first advertised for ,le nine months ago, the project of mak ,g a two years' tour around the world, hich Mr. Gould now contemplates, was aout to be consumated. The only stumb ug-block was the superstitions views en 'rtained by the Wall street magnate about it caring to sail in anything but a ocean -eyhound. The objective point at the out t will be Japan, and the party intends to end at least six months in Asiatic waters give Mr. Gould ample time for botanical seach in China and the East Indies. The ip will involve an enormous outlay! as uch of the interior of the ship will be modeled to permit of several large :ites of sleeping apartments being nstructed, and to render possible other xurious appointments, such as Mr. Gould oploys at his country place at Irvington. nong the most salient features will be stpliances for the cultivating of flowering ants and large rooms for the preservation exotics, choice fruits and fresh mush oms. Mr. Gould will be accompanied by -enty invited guests in addition to his smediate family, and the fall complemaent crew and officers will be retained. Of ah the relatives or connections by arriage of the Vanderbilt family, Walter Webb has been the only one pre-emi ,ntly successful in a business point of ew. Hamilton MoK. Twombly was a .mal failure, when he undertook to. fulfill Sexecutive position on the Central railroad id had to be relegated to take charge of e grain elevators at Sixtieth street. Dr. Se ,rd Webb was shifted from Wall street to easy-going berth with the Wagner Pal e Car company, where he is constantly rmulating ideas, which are not practical. im Burton and the Aliens did not distin sish themselves in certain stock exchange ansactions, so it has been left to Walter Webb to attract the attention of Corne se and William K. Vanderbilt and he is w about to reap his reward. From the stset Mr. Webb has always been very dog atic and it was feared at one time that his nacity might end in a clash with his asso stes His executive ability, however, out bone the rougher elements of his charao r, and, while his future title has not been )finitely agreed upon, it is understood that will be chairman of the trafeo deparment the New York Central at a salary of 10,000 a year. it is positively asserted, though denied by e lady herself, that Miss Pauline Hall ill soon marry a soa of the late General eorge B. McClellan. The eldest son of a general married a belle last year, taking iss Hecksher to the altar. It is quite sy to imagine with what sensations the inouncement concerning Miss Hall will received. This lady was recently re )rted to have secured a limited divorce om Mr. E. B. White. She has been iancially successful, and has just bought fne house on Seventy-first street, in the shionable quarter, into which she will ,ove in the fall. It is also reported that iss Isabella Urquhart will soon marry Mr. tarles Schlesinger, a wealthy broker, and at they will make a tour around the .rld. It is gratifying to be able to con s that there have been no cases here of tresses without moral character marrying ulety men-also without moral characters such as have disgraced London ciety from time to time. The oeption to this rule was fur shed by. the fashionable Bradley artin's son, who married anotorious Lon ?n concert hall singer, and he has the ace to remain abroadwith hisacquisition. bereand how do these reputable actresses est eociety men? They have not the en pe bf their social circles and neither ough this is'contrary to common belief e visitors allowed behind the scenes of 'eaters. The idea that the green room is place where suitors are entertained be een acts is purely fanciful. Such a thing pi'd not be tolerated in any reputable eater. This is the way it is done: When e gentleman first succumbs to the lady's oitation abe is entirely unconscious of His first move is to send her flowers th his card, and he keep this up-per pe, in the meantime, adding some other ite to the boquet-till he is rewarded ith a response, and correspondence ensue. cen some mutual acquaintance is found no introduces them, after which he may 1 on the lady at her home.* 'he latest fad for young "men about town to attend the private ballet schools and tch the pupils take. their lessons. It is such an easy matter either to gain ad ttance, and Union lab men have rsoent offered $5 a seat4o a well kwn estb h-ent on Fourteenth strdet duringtbe little "Leontine" receives her inutroe Leontine raoman, as she is known the stage, has sprung info f ri d the pss thitday. and wil naiby her flat pblic esses atthe Metro aopea bo6a thIs winter. She s , it et . a hais olly it '"ack Frest. " A character knooa for ages, and one whose habits, though at depreciated at ltes, are' ear ,; a that ofo ilr iafdater'sa aXtLok.. U 1amid tabs al ready at his pranke againt and esilag much nilasinems that something as be "'nipp d~ befores the prdp* premuoausa are taken to keep him at 'bay. Such e: periences remind us that soon preparations will want to be made for trips to warmer climes, where Jack and Old Sol have had their bout longl sine, and the latter left in full possession of the field. The Minneapolis & St. Louis railway I. the direct line to Hot Springs, Ark., Colo rado points and all California and southern winter resorts. For full information call on any agent of that company, or address C. M. Pratt, (.. T. & Y. A., Minneapolis, Minn. He I For Spokane Falls. On account of the Northwest Industrial exposition at Spokane Falls, the Northern Pacific railroad trill make a rate of one and one fifth fare from Helena to Spokane and return, with fifty cents added for admission fee. Tickets on sale commencing Monday, Sept. 29th, and continuina on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week up to October 31st inclusive. Ticketse limited to seven days from date of sale. Cats. 8. Fam, O .P. , T. A. St. Paul A. D. EDGOAR. Gen.Agt. Helen.a SCOTT'S EMULSIONI Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYiOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda is endorsed and prescribed by leading physicians because both the (bd Liver OU and Hypophepoltea are the recognizced agents In the cure of oesampteon. It is as palatable as milk. Scott's Eimulsin ýee ..:?aIto Best RZZa " for CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting Dis eases, Chronic Coughs and Colds. Ask for Scott's Emulsion and take no other. OTICE-TO THE BTCCKHOLDERS OF ." the.-elena & Livingston Smelting and Re duction Compan: Pleuase take notice that asps ial meeorinn of the helena A Livingston Smelt ing an. a tuntion company will be held at th olhce of said company in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, state Of Montana, on Monday, the 6th dayof October, A. D. 1890, at 12 o'clook noon, for the purpose of considering and yoting npon the following proposition, to-wit: That for the porpose of consuol dating this com pany with the ontana Smelting comany of (ireat Plals, Montana, this company grant. 'r. -gain sell and convey to acorporationto abe known as tue Union Smelting and Refidong company, the property of this com ·na atst Helena, to. wit: The north half (Li o sectipn numbered thirty-six , of township numbered t10] north of range three  west, whereon is situat, the smelting and reduction works of this company. for a consideration of four hundred and eight. one thonsand. nine hundred and fifty-seven dol larsand eighty cents, payable in the common stock of said Union Smeltin and lefining com pny. at par: provided, said D Uion Smelting and tefning compsny shall also acquire the smelter plant and ret estate belonging to the said Mon tans mltitn comprny at Great Falls, Montana, for the sum of five hundred and thirty thousand six hundred and ninety-xe dollars and fourteen eents, payable likewise in the common stock ot said eompan , st par. Dsated atelen" Montana, this 39th' day , August. A. D. eighteen hunred and ninety. A. J. DAVIDSON A. J. SELIGMA. S. T. HA E St H. M. PAIICHEIN, C. W. CANNON, A. M. HOLTES. A maLoritrof the trustees of the Helenan irvingston Smelting sad Reduction company. 1OTICE I HERIEBY GIVEN THAT THE tihre for the relistration of the names of the onalified electors in election district No. two in the county of Lewis and Clark and state of Mon tan sprior to the general election, to he held oa ToUday, the fourth day of November. A. D. 1890, for the said county of Lewis and Clarke, will ex ire at ten o'clock p. n. on the fifteenth day of October. A. D. 1890. The names of the several precincts or polling places embra-d in said election district No. two are as follows: The 'oorth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh wards of the city of Celena, end Good win's and Valley containing precincts No. 1, 8 10.ion Pacific Rail and 2 U. P. AND D. & R . . INNEY, Veistry Agenti Elecdion District No. , raewis Denved landke Councilty, Blontuffa. THE SHORT LINE I But One Change oe Cars t rom HELENA & BUTTE TO CHICAGO Chica & Northwestern --ND ALL POIND Union Pacific Railnp. Ls C. &1. W. Aso Ma kes Direct Union Depoi crf ~ket a t Denver wits U. P. AND D. & R. G. TRAINS, and Ronn Ihronlh Vestibuled Dining Car Trains teCHICAGO witihout Change nW. Ho. r aved, ad the oy li Mana Ai. n Ro P. W iolex. me and LPaoner DAlyst a Denver and Council Bluffa TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST! _urte irffomntaon furnished hi Union N. rido loket begent at Helene and But. W H. N, mruc.ur' ic anager. L1)P. Wzmsog. en'l Pamenser An C THE NORTHERN : PACIFIC Railroad IB THE GREAT SHORT LINR ---o ST, PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO and all Eatern Citias. The only Bot. Offering the People of Moutona DINING CAR, PULLMAN AND COLONIST SLEEP. ING CAR SERVICE Through to Chicago Withou Change of CARS. The only Direo ,.ar to PORTLAND, TACOMA, AND SEATTLE, asallt PadorCoeutsaP sogdunadpointSL. Only On-Oehag of Car to san Franeis.o. lawilate, canfla TestalhuMTnan lap Al sae. S an R o lle at t NrSsE ST AIK trelt one tbd e.o o n onreasob terms. Addres Chni. ook, hi tal FO SALE--A FINE BUGGY HORSE FOR resme 5 doL be drivieet psttoyc genthei weight 1. 0. Address box 7 A1. FIoR SALKSECOND-HAND SRIX HORSE an i atr poreaor otheen first-clau. Stead FoRSALE-ANEW HOUSE OFT X BOOMS Ia nty and throomo Howie street. No. 127. Also the two aadjo niinlot s off feet Apply at msi hone. FOR AIO-A WFIVNEOOMY OUSE BI D vacent lot. Callat the premise 10lee Ala treet, one block east of Hobook and one block south of roadway, std make an offer. SITUATIONS WA.A d..t. nAdvetiammenas under this heed three tlme SITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN TO do laundry or cham r work in hotel. d dress 1511 Lewis street, two, lacks from North ern Pacific depot. SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAN AS PRI "vatenurse or in a hospital. Cn tornish good recommendations. C. t. 28, Great tall. SITUATION WANTED-AS CLERK OR AS sistant in store or otce by a young man who is a goodbusiness penman and not afraid of work. ealag no oobject. Adoress 1. O'C. Capi tal hotel, helena. ITUATION WANTED--TO TAKE CARE OF furnished rooms to pay, orpartly pay, for rent of one. Call or anddess No. A0 iWeigh street. ^ITUATION WANTED-BY AD REGIhTERED pharmacist capable of taking cha go of store. Salary not mu much object as steady employ ment. Address 85, this oflice. STUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN with nine years' experlence in general mer chandise business; charge of busines in small town or country preterred. leferenes first class. Address A. I it, Independent office. WITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY WITH many years' experienoe as nurse. Can do all that is necessary in absence of physician.L Will go in city or country. Addres 520 Highland street, Helena, Mont. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-GIRL FOR GENnERL HOUSE v work. Mst be good cook and good washer and ironer. Call before 11 a. m. Monday and Tuetday. 806 Benton avenue. IANTED-GIRELS FOR GENERAL HOUSE work intown and out. Woman's Exchange Intelligence office. No. 12 Warren street. WANTED-AT THE HELENA EMPLOY moent offioe. 1 housekeeper, 1 chambermaid, 10 girls for housework, 4 din'n; room girls, $30 WANTED-COMPETENT LADY TEACHER, "English branches, music and French. Ad dress Luck Box 82, Livingston, Mont. WANTED-GIRLS FOR GENERAL HOUSE work at Woman's Exchange Intelligence Office No. 12 Warren street. WANTED-COOKS AND HOUSE MAIDS. Apply at F. E. Brown's Employment Agency, room 4, Gold block. ANTED-LADlES AND GENTLEMEN wishing light indoor work furnished them at their own homes netting $10 to $20 per week. Call 212 North iodney, rooms 1 to L Hours 11 to 1and to?. HELP WANTED-MALE. --A--- -------.' J - . . .L WANTED - A GOOD ENERGETIC MAN, must understand the clothing business horoughl, a good stooleeper ith beet of ref erenoeh Uood ealry to good man. Addresa AM. Independent offie. WANTED-TWO MEN AT 9 O'CLOCK TO Sday. Steady work. $60 and board. Also one butcher; good job. At the little white house. 24 Edwards street. Chandler & Heath. WANTED-100 MEN FOR MULLEN. IDAHO wages $2.50 per day; 50 wood choppers ani tie makers, 5 men for saw mill. Northern Pa eifc1 Employment office. WATED--CHANDLER & HSATH WANT I blackmith, 10 ranehmen, 2 men, $45; camp cook, 1 dishwasher, $85; 2 miners, L.50; 2 carpenters, $4. WANTED-GOOD FIRST HAND BREAD andeake baker. Addres J. A. Bochroeder, Anaconias. ; ANTED-AT ONCE. FIFTEEN GOOD Swork teams. $5 per day, and twenty good men to work in timber at $45 per month. 1i. r. Bnssey, Jefferson City, Mont. WANTED-GRAND ARMY MEN: WE WILL pay $40 weekly for one order daili: Some thing new for live workers. Charles L. wehster -t Co., publishers, 8 East Fourteenth street, New York city. W-ANTED-TWO ACTIVE YOUNG MEN AS Snews agents on Northern Pacific railroad.L Apply at news office, Northern Pacific depot. ANT'ED SALESMAN-AN ENERGETIC • to push ourt manufactures on this oun One of our agents earned $5,200 in 'il. Addres P. O. Bo ,871. New York. HELP-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-MEN AND WOMEN OF EDUCA tion and good address at once to take. orders for the "Library of American Literature," Eleven volumes,1,'O01 authors, 2.671 selections, 160 full-lpage portraits, in preparation for seven years, just comppleted. Five full-page portraits fr or thirty days. Chas. L. Webster & Co., 8 East Fourtanth street, New York City. WANTED-GOOD RELIABLE PERSONS, I who have the best of reference and under stand insurance business, to take the general agency for Montana of our company. Write for particulars. The Pacific Mutual Live Stock ln auranee company. Spokane Falls, Washington. ,REAT FORTUNE TELLEB--BY HAND, reading and uatrologlit, the young Madam De Merehale, just arrived from Europe, tells three different ways will remain a short tuime. tells pst, present and future in person or by let ter. Tells lady or gentleman by the letters inlthe hand who the future husband or wife will be; bring back husbanmd or lover in so many days; also has the great Egyptian breaael.plate, charms or lucky belt; gives atvice and luck in mining business; for gd luck in love, look in bu ness and at games of chance, luck in long and safe journeys. Tells what business best adapted for also settles family troubles. Sure coure for asthma, catarrh. corns and bunions and drunk onness; also a fine hair tonic, preparation for lad ea' complexion. Ladies in trouble call at once. I guarantee to give perfect satisfaction and can give the best of references. I have been awarded a gold medal Madam DeMerchale, ot fice hours 10 a. m.to9p i. m. parlor room 1i, up stairs, top floor. Diamond block, Sixth avenue and Park aveLue. openevery day including Sun da~a. Heena. Mont. EDITH ST. CLAIRE. FORTUNE TELLER. Consultation free. The art taught. Office hours from 9 a. m. till 10 p. in.. except Sundays. 212 North Rodney street. upstairs WANTED-TO BUY SECOND-HAND READ iVtog matter, novels, etc. Addrees F. 500, this office. OR BRENT-A CENTRALLY LOCATED NEW hotel, 2e4&, two storie, with a bar 0xL. Address Scherdt Bros.' Neihart. ont. YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A HOME IN a mall familny rilling to do a kind of houework. Addressa. A. Y., this olfice. -FOR RENT-LARGE. WELL LIGHTED comrneroffceo Matstreet team beat, g.sP and wat r: furnished or unfurnishe S per month. Addreass l.aer. i ndependent offe. WVANTED-A LADY WITH THE BEST OF refernces would like room and board in man. Addreaa if. M .C. Independsntoi e. WA-NTE-GERMAN UPILs EITHER IN clte or priate. C'heres moderate and good referenaes. Adure German, this oflee. BOARD BY THE D, W MONTH, and lallebr. ATS:D--AlhDY. BOO MEM ONg WHO S,.nnder aD.s Oming. Ingr seorner of Sixth avee and Rodney str eet, at the demm makers. i BOARD REDUCED TO 6 PER WANTD- R MANON TTAEA tddfla all Jfiupp is Dash. al omne. tem e o W J, eao e of In. a iarn an learn d pod opt.sd dremngP. O. BesaM. 3uA~o ati .. 8I I . LsD P . B. So THE 7 a-Ba L~~~inkla ~ ~ Irl a. silt~. .' FOR E T u ]OOMB SORRENT. THREE FU MIREHD ROMES. FOR BIENT-P .EASBNT FURNI B IRD tont oom with gate, on arst floor, and ne of bath. 18ith avenaue keepinsg per month upwrrd Every eon venfienoae bixth awrMue ad Davis. `OR RENT--ROOSt FURNISHED AND unfurnished, for light housekeeping. 614 Hollins avenue. FOR RENT--I, RE FURNISHED DOOMS, near Main street lInquire oft E. Kemp, orner Park ave. FOR RENT-THREE HNDSI. ROOM rooms on Main street, in St. Lo Block utable forofie. Inquire of G. C. Swall or FOR RENT--COM~OITIBL URS RNIGHOE orome t rea.onae 2ortea HNo.ey 6Prk rstreet. Net doorHotel Helena FO REN.TWO FURNISHED IOOMS.I OR light housekeeping; hot and old water. Inqmipe d Sunrise Terrace OR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM00 Alden blosuiteorsinle. Inte coreurt No. 1 P avenue. FOR RENT-FURNISH LAGE FUOORNIIVED FOR RENT-LARGE FROT ROONIHED UROOMS O and bowrdthuse o. pert: no oth r lodgret. No. orn site, winhep. 2 North odnoy. O ORNT-NICELY FUIENTDED ROOWELLINGS Alden blon k opposite court house. FOR RENT-TWFUNS D HOUSE. FOUR q ooms at North Benton avenuNinthe. FOR RENT-LARGE FRHOUSET OON . UNRIS nish d. with use o. bah: no oth r lodgers No. orthrace coring.er xth avene and Davis FOR RENT--DWELLINGS OR BENT-NEW 8UR-ROOM HOUSE NEAR R Rodney street; 8 rooms furnished for house keeping on west slue; 6-room house on we$25, on ide.st aide. Chandler Heath. FOR RENT-FURNH-ROOD HOUSE. FOUR r rooms and bath, hot and cold water. in quCire 78 Ninth venquire 4 Clark treet. FOR RENT-OMALL HOUSE IN UNISHED Cu Terrace. corner Sixth avenn e and Davis street. FOR RENT-FOUR-ROOM HOUSE NEAR Broadway, $18; 5-room house on west side. Chandler & Beath. OR RENT--SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON Clark street. Inquire 48 Clark street. IFOR RENT-SMALL HOUSES FURNISHED for light housekeeping. Apply tO No. 115 Cutler street, corner Warren street. lOB RENT-TWO SEVEN BOOM BRICK idwellings on Eighth avenue, near motor line. Inquire at office of Paul.en s McConnell, Pittsburg block. MONET TO LOAN. 10 000 TO LOAN ON FURNITURE 1000 anoe horses and other securities No delay. Montana ortgage Loan Co., 200, 210 Power block. O LOAN BY BYH . KPALMB. SEE ADVE-B tisement on th fourth pa REAL ESTATE. E. F. Frenrh .k Cos S FOR KALL. S.x-room houn on Fifth avenue near Beattie; plenty of cloeete, cellar, good furnace, water, gas and sewer conneclions, now leased. $4,20, $1,it00 c.sh, balance easy terms.. Six-room brick house, corner lot on Broadway; $1,500, $1,500 ca h, $1,000 in one year, 10per cent. iix-room frame house corner Warren street new, conveniently arrangedp $5,500, one-bal cash, balance one year, 10 per cent. Madison avenue, l7xi50; $6l,5;0, $1,50 each, bal anee on easy terms, 10 per cent. biven-room frame house in Lookey addition near Ho!en avenue; $4,200t one-third cash, one third in eight and balance in ezteep months, 10 per cent. e Eigeht-room f b m houre just of of Madison niuepSa, partlo furnished; $8,000, 1 ,O10 cash, hal aune cash tcrms, 10 per cent. Biz-room house on corner lust oa ob Broadway, Beth room, lossts, ftnce, range, stables, etc.; ,1o00. $1,700 cash, balanoe one ear, 10 p:r cent. 1 lght-room house uar Iorther bet, bath room; closets, cellar, shed, stable, etc.: $3.700, $1,700 cash. balance one and two yearn, 10 per cent. -ix-room house on Eighth avenue, plenty of closeets, cellar, etc.; $2,800, $00 cash, balance one mnd two yeare, 10 per cent. , ,ine-room houre in Grand Avenue addition upplied with every modern convenience, beauti Five-room brlekhounee 50xl40, on Eighth ave nue; 8.r500, one- half cash, balance easy time, 10 per cent. Five-room house on Broadway, bath room, cl'so . cellar, etc.; 4,000, 1,500 cash, balance s tu stilre, 10 per cent. The-room house near Northern Pacific depot $.50. one-halft cish balance one year. 10 per ceot. 8-room house in Lockey, one-half block from electric motor; bath, plenty of closets, water in house and yard, sheds, etc., $7,000. 2-story, 8-room frame house on Lsarence street 84x109, stable, shed, etc., $7000.. 5-room house in Ames addition, one block from motOr. $2,000: one-third cash one-third in nine and eighteen months; liberal alscount for cash. 4-room house, corner 50x14(, one block from motor and school house, $1,8t0: easy terms. YO0 BENT. 8-room frame house in the Lockey addition, one block from motor, $85 per nmnth. Furnished 8-room house on Lawrence atreet; large lot, stable, sheds, etc.. $s per month. e2,0h0--1i 01a, on Cannon street in Auth addi tion; one-third casht, one-th rd in nine, oalance in ei hteen months 10 per cent $1,050-75x1'1 on WaUkeshaw street Blroadwe ter additon; one-third cash, balance in eight and sixteen monthr, 10 per cent l$ WO--5Oxt'l corner on Madison avenue factim sonth and eat; easy terms, 10 per cent, one block from motor and electric railways. l,100-100x12e on Wilter near Madison street; easy terms. $l,62---65x125 corner on Huarer boulevard, fronting north: easy terms. $4,500-corneron Ereckenr'dge, 150x100 feet; one-third cash ba ance easy terms, 10 per ceht. $1,500--50xlOb on Fitt %venue; mne-third each, balance in nine and eighteen months, 10 per Fine corner on Ninth avenue facing northest, at SF2.30 per fot; eeasy terms. $1.100-50xltO on twlith avenue f ating north, oe-hablf block fyom motor; $. 1o -ash, balance in six and nine months, 10 per cent S1,t0--lSOxl100 on Elevecth avenue, north frout $1 000--50140 on Eighth avenue: one-third acsh, one-half in nine and balance in eighteen months, 10 er cent, Thisis a g;et bartam. ,200-doutheast corner on Eleventh avenu 104 x101; one-halt cash, balance one year, 10 per cent $15,000--50xll5 on Hlsena avenue near Mlain street; $5,030 ash, balance easy terms, 10 per cent Corner on Helena avenue 200 feet doable front age at a bargain. $11,250--71x123 esir on Helena avenue, front age on three tre one-third cash, Ibalance easy terms. This is a grea;. b trgain. $11,000-50xI15 on Helms avenue near corner of Main street. A snap. asy terms. $S,250-71x111 on Ewing street; fine realdenco $5,000-lOxlO on Dearborn streets, south and east corner: one-third iebh, balance easy terms. • .000-100lxO ,,n Monr, etreet lJust off the boulevard: one-third cash, balance nine and ejphteen months ,0 ;er cent .000-100-toot corner on Heer boulevard, one bleskfrom Madison street; one-half cash, balance cue year, 10O per cent. C0-50---toot corner on lBoulder avenue; easy $5,621--lfl-foot corner on Lyndale on electric railway; one-third cash, balance easy tams. U2,250-100 feet on Broadway facing south; easy Beautiful lots in R'emond Hill addition at 16 per front foot. severarlUs Os in tract. 2,000 front feet in the Flower (garden at a bar. We have the cheapest acro proposlition in Hal e.. Wm. Muth's Lits. 10 ree Montana avenue propsrt7. 3(0 sores choioe'West Eod property. 0Oxi Bradford addition corner 210. 600 front feet Syndicae addition. o14 per t f 100 front fee Bgeymer Park, 5$ per foot. One block, Highland ark, choice. $6,81 100om Haser avenue front, LOO.0. Otl: B eeU. e ddition $8 0. 5l Main street front, corner. 000. 10zl140 Eighth avenue and Idaho. 83000. Ifeeidence in BradfUd aOddition, hIpMae r in Bradford aodition, Beidenace in Bradford addition, 1500. Wheeler. WoR& Al ce.'a List. HOUS. E 00 feet in Ames addition, 11 pr foot. 100 feet in N. P. addItion, (8 per foot. 50 feet on Madison avenaue for$i,7.0. lat in McLean Park I65 sai,, 0 eadskand $$ per week. A . 7 amr near rcadwater Hotl at $j0 Dr HOUSUS. rsw d'mce inFenwa. addtm 6. Besou In 0 A amnek addui~th. 60, I e addition. $$1004 A. pnt lel O Oa. q . , Qlll rs, twatA, - Ut la teet oth ad et t corner Madl -a one ant 0 perl. Five-room Lfame oens int, o011en Fifha avenue- a on street care; ,0, $1J ca, al athreerat0 cent.a . ono streeto in Cannon addition, on k and hat from metor $100 cash. 1 ax115 tet south ant east ront corner Madi son and Cannon attesta In Lroadwater addition; lditio pariee .1 0 on third Ca h, balancee on_ and to yer ata0 per cet. eO1u0 feet corner Harelson avenue and Peosa avenue one block froma electric moto; $18 pr 10012 feet on Fiesta avenue one block fromadi electric motor in ircadwater addition; $1 per oolt, eom-third aIt. balance one and two years 5ul. 1 feet tonth and eate, cor net Loean and Lyndale avenue on motor line in Central addi lion; $x000. cifio addition, foer SttO cash lt40 feet corner on Lisa avenue in North rn Pacific addition, for $2,000, ~l100 feet cn Boub ler avenue in Northern Pa. ifor addition, for $1,00 csh. -:120 feett on Park avenue in Citol Hill ad dItion e block from motor, ftl,'0 Deah. 50x.l . feet on Logan street an Central addi tion, f1. 500. 75018 tfat on Warren street in Central addi tion. for 54,00. terms eucy. 25190 feet on Main street, for 12,500 cash. 60x105 feet south and west front, corner Four seenth and Pearl treets in Central addition, for 2xl0o feet north and west front, orner 6crueo and Mound streets in Mauldin addition; 8000, half cash, balance one year at 10 per cent. -ixll9 feet on Lynda. avenue in Pat clen ad dition, on electric motor, for ,100. tavorale terms,. 50x120 feet corner Livingston and Dakota streets, on motor line, for $1,600. 60x140 feet on Missoula street in Locker addi tion, for $750. onoe-third emh, balance six and twelve months at 10 per cent. 60140 feet corner Dakota and Billings avenues in Lookey addition,. for $900, terms one-third cash, balc ance ix ad twelve months at 10 pct cent. 50xl40 ofeet on Buotte streeto in Lockey additon for $800, tItms eas.. 0S0M t feet on MMrsous street in Looke addi tion. only $700. terms eay. 90120 fhat on Davis estreet in Ladkey ddi tion, for $1.500. terms one third cash. balance six and twelve months at 10 per cent. I2x190 feet on corner Bride and lRaleigh streets, only $ o20 t out, terms favorahle. 50x140 feet on Misoula avenue, for $950, terms one-half cash, balanhce six and twelve months. W%12l feet on Knight street In Syndicate addi tion, on motor line, for $15 foot, terms half cash, balance July 1 'l1, at lo per rent. SU)xl2 feet corner Laurel and Canon streets ia Syndiate addition, for $16 per foot, terms half caesh bealance July 1,'9, at 10 per cnt. S0xlS feet on Wilder avenue, for $l per foot. terms eay,. 50x125 feet on Hollins avenue. on electric motor, for only $12 per foot,. terms easy, Lots in Flowers addition at from to 8 per foot, on favorable terms. 4Oacres swlt of seef of ao. 1 tp0. n ar 4 w, for $40.000. IL W. .Folk & 4Co.'s Bargains. 81 feet front on Main street. fne business loca tion, $50 aer foot. f 0 to 50 feet frnt on Main street, near SBith avenue. 8$700 per front foot. 0 to 60 feet on Main street below the Iron front building at $500 per front foot. 100 feet on Helena avenue near Main street, at 8800 per front foot. 180 feet on Helena avenue, corner, at $150 per front foot. 50xl90 on Main street at $400 per front foot. "e al bargain." Four lots inNorthern Pacific addition No. 1, near Helena avenue, at $700 per lot. 100 feet on a corner Central addition at $82.50 per front foot. 175 feet on corner Central addition for 5,0C0. 100 feet Flower Garden addition, c lore te Northern Pacific depot, at $1 per front foot. 10,100 choie corner leattieo addition, price $1,200. 50:140 choice corner, Bassett addition, price $1 500. ,ii iholie lots in Loc-keyaddition frerov 100 tA $100 each. 33 feet on Edwards street, near sin, a: $1501i e tront foot. 600 feet cn lower Main street from $558 to 601 per front foot; choice property. Five fires of plst:ed rropert on electr'e lin.' for the low figure of $10,000. 20 acres ins is tie city liraits, platted. at $::0. 000. This is the chiearet ploporty to-day off, r.d in helena. TI r., choice lote in Cox addition at bedrtc'. prices. One lot in Northern Pacific second additiou. 8300 cash. 100xl140 on Eighth avenue, price 82,200. 100 feet corner Knight streeot, Hauser addition, at $20 p.r f ront foot. Several choice locatlons on the Hauser bounle vard, in Syndicate addition. HOUSES FOR SALE. $4,000-Two-story frame, eleven room. cloecta and cellar, water in house and yard; teoms 82,t M cash, $2,000 at two .oers, 8 per cant interest. This prodperty rents for $05 per mouth. .2,500-One story frame, ive rooms and bath. closets and ce. lr, water in hon e and yard, on lot 41x140: inquire for terms. $8,5--Two-t ry frame house, ten roomnn, hath closets and cellar, water in house and iy'rd. lot 46Ax140; inquire for terms. $8.,00-Two-story trame house. eight roomsn al modern conveniences, west side on motor line; terms to cnit. $6,500--Two-rtory frame house, aix rooms. bath, etc., stable on lot, lot 00xl25, west side: terms $2,.00 cash. balance lone time. Five houses on Broadway. five rooms eseh, $2.000 each; terms $;0 ecsh, emlanee to suint. $4,00--'lwo-story frlame five rooms, water in house; termsi $500 ach, ba'lane to suit. $2,500-One-story, fre-room frame, water iu yard; terms $300 cash balance to suit. $3 400--gJht-room brick house, water in .rdl. stable for ten horses, sheds etc., liroadwater i !d dition; terms 8500 cash, baance to suit. 84,"d0--our-room frme houe on Ma.ti.; aenue, water in yard; terms 8500 ecash. ntal., e to suit. 1,000-Two-story frame hoes, six rooms nod bath, closetre, etc., west ide; terms 800 cmih, baltnce to suit. $L,200--Two-story frame house on Clark streot. rmven rooms, bath, etc.; terms $58100 caEh, bal.nc to fcit. 84,0O--Two frame houses on Ewing street No. 1 contains five rooms, cellar ad closets; No. 2 contains cix rooms, cellar and closets, 80x150: terms $1,700 cash. $2,100 two years, 6 per cent :$8,500-s-rame house, seven rooms, water in the yard, lot A0140t terms, $1,700 raah; balance three and one-half years at 10 per cent. S1,SO0--One-etry frame houe, five rooms, two lots fenced seprate, size of lots llx10 . in Northert Pacific addition N, 1, water in yard: tirms easy. Special inducements will be made on Great Fails and Butte property. Acre tracts snitah.e for platting always on hand. 3. H. Floyd-Jenet, Atlas Blook. IAROAI"Ne. 100 feet, a corner. Hasuer boulevard, north front, $2,500. 100 fet H ser boulevard, south front, $2,20 50 feet. corner of Laurel and Chobea streta, yndicateddition, north front S 10 feet on Helena avenue, fronti.g north, 5,000. to feet on Helena avenue. fronting outb,81,500. 001 fOfeet on the eat side, near the ralrod, Property on lower Main street seitable for lm fediate improvement, price and terms upon ap. plication. 200 feet of property on Center street at reason uD.t. Oits in Hotel park, price and terms on apppli. lintrs d est lis s t Ldde and outside the city W. E. Cox, Gold Block, Oters, Cholee lots in the Ames addition at 811 pee front toot. A ine variety of lots in the ndicate laddition from 42 to $14 per foot. Choice lot in the fiadfod addition at ardom Blook in gbl Park at 81400 fr ehoie. Sfine blocok i B rooke addition, fronting on Hauser to____d a freese e fsrostoot. Se selection olos IdHn atrw addition from 4 901tooi0r efrcnt foot. eiral lots in alcker edliein n ear Hel S xcln bargai in neebmrno Hill. soevr " Main welte psoparty at Two fl - roo r hon eemterraroond n8, a for 49 " ea 't a "+ot. tltsot , nitalt e on.vre erwndaat °. fees01 dditiS-n rre s oo . o _ -me S.-on-el on t se, t 1 alcrso ai e a ._ 8m per front toot 65 loqaar Bmalethabai a Wirsonto & Ct, Baot er loo t O si e a 0 venoe. I.i80-are ra-lo n wi rth 5aind. 'dlt.on. 1b2 ad fant cattle, omlod L hor lask ei'~ 4 ddition nder re ce, . Wt right, et oPe et Uana nea on i n Sfeet , thlower Mait n atatee , 0. ddition.,0 elen Real hoics~ e band Buletea Als olaea National bank. rber f a . carneed, fth ee ye rtar d *¶O p front .ot, los n inesr bauelad. VuU l.:LL on Sloth avenuaue, binsbidebk 15.000-Improved property palttingi @8100 vs WiGrond Flo Cor, Bale Blok, Ok. .00locr ranch Norith ernood hPaci depotla15 eend 120 head grade ifttle, 1 head aln No ho h1000 asree ander fence,. good wat right, e. ic0-are ranch, near town, god water rightS oar mont. guaranteed on inatnt fr o0 core 0t immediately ailwayst Helena tontana Citble fR'y,, LOTS. 50 feet, lower Main atreet. $8,500 100 feet, corner Grand avenue, 11,0. 175 feet, warehoase property, Gallatin sheet, Great a North ern R'yt, 00. 100feet, corner Logan end Eighteenth stratat 40 feet, Shiland stret.of Minn1oot. 1 Dayt, Coachmes' addition Ie pier foot. 10 teot, corner apoliHauser additon, Duluth, 000 sn~ec~tions for Chi.ca New York, Boton and all Eastern citie. Untilbe Furt. ed, SeNoticretrain GrouWillnd Floor, as Foley Blockws:. too lotn neaw pity lImits. 8100 each; $3 cash and 2'10ot no.ar No.rthern Paclfi depot, 0. each; 20 .ota in .orhern Pacific Edlltion No.., 108 each; 31 cash end $ per teek. iv e lots on Eighth avenue, $100 cash and $10 Dar month. Greet Nortlier e[lvay Lii Montana Central R'y,. Great Northern R'y,, Eastern R'y. of Minnesota, Wilmar & Sioux Falls R'y., Duluth, Watertown &LPacllcR'. THE GREAT THROUGH-SYSTEM. A solid train of Sleepers, Dining Car, Day Coaches and Free Colonial S1ee~pez to Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Wea Superior and Sioux City. Cloe cop. neotione for ChioaRo, New York, Boeton and all Eastern citiee. Until Further Notice Trains Will Run as Follows: AS8lYS £IL m3Anets DAILY DtEns? lt0am. ....AtlantloExpress.... 1ll0a.m Sleeping Car Brtk eTlcke. Time Tabseqi p LBCW . Cfr Y Ticket A TravelinicPaa., hAt., Esiena 5. II LANG L'gY. --~~~ .·t·eahrui, AL'kr~.4 hat. .O.W THE GREAT NATION A Fast Mail Line ON SALE TO ýl·r. PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, and SOUTH The Shortest Line to All Calo ifornia Points. CENERAL RAILWAY & STEAMSHIP OFFICE 2810 NORTB MAIN TR T. HELENA, MONTANA, Freight and Passenger Agen. E. V. MAZE, Genl. Agt., Butte. S. W. ECCLES, Gen'l Freight & P es. Aft., 4a1t Lake City, Utah. Minneapolis & St. Louis i'y, - AND IB) Famous Albet Lea Route. 2 Through Trains Daily from 2 Bt. Paul and Minneapolis TO O3EIOCA.GO. Without change, Aonni ctnwith the Faat train .'=EAST AND SOUTHEAST.-' The Direot and Onl Line running Through MIuaeapoll & Dles Moines, Ioa, Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge. SOLID THROUGH TMAINS BETWEEN Minneapolis and St. Louis andb te pridncli itie of the MiaeLPeippi. sId ae lLii I Union epoM or auw po uti ath and 8outhwort. Many hours ved snd the only sline rning twotrana Daily to KANSAS CITY. LEAVENWORTH, ATOHISON, ttitu8 ,one tion with the UnionPa . =. ..na . nta.1'=... -. ,a, ,.. P cnne Dtioning Car U with 0tranua of the Sa. Paul ud Ianito. northen PaoLo. . ]euLth Hallways, fromar to . ALL POUr NDORTH Ana NORBaWWAr . Palace -Dining Cars., tos i I -ý egnalad lsuwrh' - 'ýis ."_