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S ,'-his aWhen there was a reat i i toe obvStl ilh the aelssistance of - b assatlants until he drove WE2ALTHor op eSTRALIA. ;$" M5 of the New Document S' g et ' orth. I A[.Matlco, May 16,-The steamship a brought advices regarding the Federation, which concluded 1% having prepared a draft of the ntion for the proposed federation, h will be submitted to the people of ' olonIes for approval. As soon as the o o accept the constitution it will be ntto fland for the assent of the im l parliament, and if ratified the queen , by proclamation, appoint a day when he commonwealth of Australia is to be ablished, and will also appoint a gover ior geaeral. The salient points of the coa stntion are: The federation is to be taWa as the Commonwealth of Australia, td the colonies will be called states. The sature will consist of a smn and house, of representatives, to be celled parliament. The governor eral will be aopointed by the queen and celve a salary of not less than £10,000. ens of parliament will be held as ap ,ointed by the governor, but there is to be a session at least once every year. The senate will be composed of eighty members chosen by the house of parliament of each sgate for six years; one-half the members to athle every three years. The president of the senate will be chosen by the senate. The house of representatives will be chosen by the people of the several states in pro portion to numbers, each state to have one representative for every $0,000 people, but the minimum number of representatives for each state shall be four. The life of the house of representatives will be three years. Members of both houses will re ceive an allowance of £800 per annum. The powers of parliament are, in general, the same as delegated to congress by the constitution of the United States. Appro priation or taxation bills must be sent down by message from the governor. The executive power of the commonwealth is vested in the queen and exercised by the I governer general as the queen's representa tive. The governor wilt be advised by an executive council constituting the ministry, wheose numbers are not to exceed seven. he sauprtme court shall oensist of a chief ustice and not lees than four other justi eg, to be appointed by parliament and hold onee during od behavior. As soon as a unifeon tariff shall be imposed interco leonatitee trade is to prevail between the olonies. The states are to retain all powers which they at present possess, with he ception of those expressly delegated to the federal parliament. TRANSATLANTIC SHIPPING. h legulatonas For the Care of Cattle on 8 Ships. LoxaDo, May 16.-The trans-Atlantic cat- a Ole trade copamittee to-day completed a voluminous report upon the subject which they had been investigating. After an elaborate review of the history and present f condition of trans-Atlantio cattle trade, the tl report gives implied approval to United fi States regulations for the inspection and shipment of cattle. The report recom- t1 mends that where ventilation for cattle is impossible vessels in such condition should be considered unfit for the transportation tl of cattle across the ocean. Touching the e namber of men to be employed in tending d a load of cattle across the Atlantic the ti eemmittee is of the opinion that a foreman p requires not less than four competent as iostants for eioh hundred head of cattle., The foreman and his ajsistants should be , required to sign the ship's articles and the g men would thus be placed under authority p of the captain of the vessel having the oat tle on board. Cannot (et Coal. Crrx or MEl co, May 16.-The govern ouent denies the truth of the published rumore that the Esmeralda is succeeding in p buying even a limited amount of coal at a Acapulco, but says, on the contrary, that she w ordered o of port and is now ly ing or the ceast in neutral waters. The general opinion at Acapulco is that the F Itata has passd that place and gone south, and that the Esmeralda has been waiting for the United States steamer Charleston. At five o'clock this afteraoon an unusual n commotion was observed on the Esmeralda a but thorough search of the water failed to show any sign of an approaching vessel. Kicked a Prince, Sr. PrTEasnBUo, May 16.-A dispatch E from Batoum tells of a bloody tragedy in I court there. A man named Koupradzo was on trial for robbing Prince Morshanpa of a pocketbook filled with bank notes. The prince offered to pay the prisoner if he would disclose the hiding place of the stolen notes. The prisoner laughed scorn fully at the offer and followed up his re jection by kicking the nobleman. In his rage at the insult the prince shot the man dead. The prince was arrested. Two Ships at Iquique. IquIQuo, May 16.-The United States war ship Baltimore, from Valparaiso, arrived here this morning. The Baltimore and the San Francisco will remain on this coast under command of Admiral Brown. Ad miral McCann will be transferred to the Pensacola, which is expected here in a few days, and will then leave for the Atlantic. The Kinglet at Fault. / ST. PTEImnBURG, May 16.--Reticence ob served by officials in regard to the exact scene of attack on the czarewitch gives cre denes to the report that the czarewiteh and his companions provoked resentment in a place of public amusement by unruly be savior. Foreign Flashes. There has been a heavy snow fall in Wales and in Oumberland county, England. In London it was bitterly cold Saturday and during the morning there was a heavy hail storm. The prince of Wales is suffering from mnuscular rheumatism in the legs, which prevents his standing for any length of time. Gladstone is in a much more im proved condition of health than he was Friday. The peasantry of the island of Corfn are joining with the mob against the Jews. Murders are still of daily occurrence, and to add to the troubles of the harassed Jews typhoid fever has broken- out in their por tion of the city. Young Raum in Disgrace. ST. Louis, May Ic.-Gen. Noble, secretary of the interior, who is in this city, was seen in reference to the discharge of Green B. Baum, Jr., son of the commissioner of pen sions. "It is true." said the secretary, "that young Raum's resignation was de manded. The charges agaist him of selling offdies and falsification in civil service ex amination, I am satisfied are true, and I, myself discharged the three men involved. I asked for young launm's resignation. Young Raum had recently not into bad habits. I cannot in any sense hold his father, Gen. Raunm, responsible for the shortcoming of his son. Gen. Baum has my sincere sympathy. He acted the part of an honorable man and a good officer. I know no charges of any kind against Gen. Baum." Seeking Buried Treasures. 'iucxxr, Cal., May 1'.--There is great excitement here over the discovery of a portion of the treasure buried by the Don nor party in 1846-8, which is said to amount to $10,000. Nearly $21)0 In silver has al ready been found, and a number of people are looking for the remainder. The coins are of all dates prior to '45, and consist of pieces from France, Spain, Bolivia and the Argentine Republic. A number of other foreign countries are also represented, and oeso a number of rare American coin relics Ie tIy taluabl. THE STATE MEDAL. Percy Kennett Still Keeps the Trophy In Helena. The match between Jim Conley, of Doer Lodge. and Percy Kennett, of Helena, for the Haight & Fairfield medal, came off yes terday afternoon, and was won by Kennett. His score was 20 out of 22. Conley's was 17 out of 12. The match was at 80 yards, live birds. Kennett has held the medal for seven months, and has only to keep it five more to make it his personal property. He has to accept all challen ge In the mean time, His next match will be against Jack Fisk. The official score of yesterday's match was: ('onley- , 1. , 1, 0, 1, 11,0.1. 1, 1 , 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, n'netn t --1l , 1, 1. 1, 0,1, 1, 1, 1,1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1.1,0, 1, 1,1,1.1--20. It will be seen from the score that Conley only shot at twenty-three bird and Kennett at twenty. It was because there was no ne cessity for either man to finish up on the twenty-five birds, as Conley could not win, nor could Kennett lose. The weekly shoot for the Helena Rod and Gun club medal took place at the fair grounds after the contest for the state medal. The score out of a possible twenty was: Barbour, H., 20; Harrity, 17; Fisk, A. J., 18; Hinkley, 16; Barbour, A. K., 12; Conley, 19; Haeser, S. T.. 10; Kennett, Sam, 16; Flowerree, D, 9; Finn, 14. Several sweepstakeswere shot for. Hervey Barbour making ten out of a possible ten, a straight score, with the medal shoot, of thirty without missing a bird. In another sweepstakes he and Frank Conley divided the honors, each making ten straight. An- t drew Harrity did the same on two other sweepstakes. A LOW DOWN TRICK. Robbing a Helpless Dummy of the Only Coat He Had. It was pretty dark around the corner of Vall and Main streets about 10 o'clock last night, when a seedy looking individual stopped and gazed at one of the dummies I on the sidewalk of the clothing store there. Ie looked up and down Main street. No policeman was in eight. Then he sized up the dummy, which appeared to be about his I own size. It was dressed In a fine summer coat. The inspection was apparently satie factory, as the seedy individual seized the dummy, threw it down, and after a strug gle succeeded in getting its coat away. The helpless dummy made no outcry, but some r one who saw the highway robber making tracks up Wall street went and told Po liceman Vanasse. Van is a pretty good sprinter, but by the time he reached Wall street the man was out of eight. The offi cer caught a glimpse of him on reaching Wall and Clore streets. But the thief was 1 too far off even for Vanasse to catch him. He will probably be wearing a new coat to day, while the poor coatless dummy will have to hide in the store. Rid gloves fitted to the hands at Fowles' Cash Store. For s ale. Office furniture. Inquire of Montana Packing and Provision Cu. New Wall Decorations. The new wall decorations for houses are fully up to the latest styles in carpets, cur tains and furniture, and compare most favorably with fresco painting. The new designs and especially those by the best designers are mostly with friezes to _ match in designs and color. This idea is certainly in harmony with the tendency toward finish and elegance . shown in the decoration of our houses to day, and will be welcome to those who have tired of the vulgar decorative frieze of the past few years. The temptation to over-decorate is great, when we trust entirely to our own judg ment in selecting colors and designs, for getting that the value of decoration de pends as much upon contrast with simple surfaces as upon studied design and execu tion in the decoration itself. The problem of how to decorate a room or a series of rooms without overdoing the decoration brings us to a point so often reached with all artistic work-namely, the * money limit. It is, of course, easy to ex pend a large sum of money upon decoration and still have a dignified. quiet and simple co effect. But the other side of the question- il how to obtain an attractive effect with, a m small outlay-presents more difficulty, and tit perhaps on that very account the solution is more worthy of effort. The only help that an artistic person needs in such an undertaking is a first-class work man, if you cannot get a good one, do with- I] out him, as the bungling attempts of a poor 9 workman will injure your scheme if they do not ruin it altogether. If a person is not of an artistic mind, they had better select some first-class deco- A: rator, some one who is reliable and makes a business of putting colors and designs to gether, knowing the effect they will pro duce as a whole. Such a person, knowing the amount of money you wish to expend, would be able to show you how to get the best effect for the amount you wish to exoend. O. J. Holmes has given this business his time and attention for the last twenty years, and having a large and well selected stock of wall paper and decorations, will give to his patrons the benefit of his experi- t( ence and taste and will give all work en- i' trusted to him his personal supervision; prices as low as consistent with good work. C All the novelties in neckwear at Fowles' t'aih Sore. If you have any clothir. or furs that need I making over, or rpairel and 'lean.ei infirst clase ord,-r. rendthem to L. Iobliue.n, tihe pray' a tical tailor and forrier. It Main street, oser I. X. L Bazaar, Helena. Preclosa. The beautiful and romantic opera "Pre- I ciosn," by Carl Maria V. Webber. will be produced at Ming's opera house, Thursday, t May 28, 1891. under the auspices of the German Catholic church, with the kind assistance of the members of the society ''Thalia." The play is under the manage ment of Mr. Heinrich Blume and under the direction of Prof. Romandy. Forty or fifty people take part in the cast. A bribf a sketch of the play is given below. a "Preciosa," stolen from her parents and d raised as a gypsy girl, comes to Madrid and I is feted on account of her beauty and her fine singing and dancing. a In the next act we are taken to a gypsy h camp in the mountains, where her own f people honor her as queen. A young noble man comes and wishes to take her away and make her his wife, but she refuses to leave her people and he renunciates his title to become one of them. From there we are taken to Valencla and the castle of her parents, where her a lover, the count, gets in a row with the son of the house, her brother, and is cast in a dungeon. To save him she delivers the captain of the gypsies as a hostage. The old gypsy mother then discloses the fact that she was stolen from the castle, and the Y parents prove her identity by certain n marks. The costumes are especially made for this play and the scenery will be beautiful. the play is tendered for the benefit of the f' German Catholic church. Tickets for reserved seats can be ex a changed at Pope & O'Connor's on the 27th t- inst. A compltoe lice of Darasols from 25c t, 28.75 a. at Fowle,' (.aii S.l.e. is Heavy Investments. e No outside property in Montana has been of as well received in Helena as that owned I by the Castle Land company. The list of n. prominent purchasers in this city include a large number of those who are classed among the wealthiest citizens here. Very recently Ex-Gov. S. '. Hauser has made a at large purchase of real estate from this a company, as well as a number of prominent n- persons in Chicago. nt The Ball (ame To-day. i The Athletics and the Famous team will as play a game to-day at 2'30 at Athletic park. of The price of admission will be 25 cents. he Players and positions of the Athletic team or are: Cullen, c.; Mann, p.; Fortune, lb.; ad Griffin, 2o.; Brein, l;b.; Silverman, s.e.; Gal sce agher, o.f.; Fisk, l.f.; McCarthy, r.f.; DLp. per and Loftas, substitutes. SWHIlE HOUSE BRlBANI JAVA AND MOCHu COuFFEE. Same as Supplied to the White Mouse, Washington. The White House Brand of Coffee is guaranteed to be a rare coznbination of Finest Plantation Java and Arabian Mocha, packed only in two pound air-tight tin cans, and NEVER SOLD IN BULK. ------ II-.-------·--- There is absolutely no Coffee packed in tin cans that] can be compared to the White House Brand for aroma, great strength and fine flavor. Try a oan and be convinced. B. CHI, CORY & CO. + COR. SIXTH AVE. and MAIN THE MARKETS. FTOCK:. I'rw Yoga. May 16.--Iar Silver. 97. - The stock market to-day ewas as:ive and while weak at first ralied sharply, nearly recovering Y early leaes ant bringing prices up close to those of last evening. The general exteotation, in view 1 of the oxtraordinrily heavy shipments of gold g the last two wetks that the tank statement woold show a lorions deoteoe and there was 1 therefore a vigorous effort to sell. The state ment, hoteloee, when it alweared showed a small increase in ro'erves, instead of the loss ex pected, and there was a tuih to buy, greater oven than the previouns Ireoure to sell, and prices rl iod very sharply. TI e market closed active 2 and strong at recovery p; ices. (iovernments--Stoadv. I'etroleumo-Pennsylt aia, spot closed 8t0i. Money on call eay. closed offered at -8 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, unchangedl Stoelilagexehanestetdy; sixty-day bills. 6$4.81; demand, $4.88. a Movrnmment bonds -- 4'a. 119V: 4O's. 100;: Northern Pacite. 24,2; Preferred. 88: Oregon Improvement. 28; Oregon Navigation, 741 Short Line 24.t5; Union Paoiio. O44. CHIICAGO CATTLK. CwroAOn May 18.-Cattle - Receipts, 1,690: stedu: extra to prime steers. $8.004o.25; others, 0 84.,50rt5.tlO Texans $3.514.852. r, ioe--Receiotes, 10,001: stealy; roughn and com mon. $3.7564.25, mixed and ickners, 14..04. 7'0: prime heavy and butcher's weights. $4.75 4.15; light, $4.Ol4.70. f Sheep-itecelpts, 500; steadier; westerns, $5.33 Xj5.63l. CHICAGO PRODUCF. CgrcAno. May 16.-Close-Wheat-Steady; cash, Corn-Steady; cash, 6do c; May, 6t.lc; tuly, 58o Oat--Steady; eash. tlsee; July.. 4 0,16h o. ° Barley-Nomlnal, 76+7tle. 'ork--Steady: cash, 611.1: July, $11.30. Lard--Duull: cash, $S.87IlaB.i0, July. 0.8). Shoulders-$5.10d5.0. n Short clear--$8..'0h'6.40 Short ribs-$18.104.22.168. Total Iassues or CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL UIU DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIEISeta c Corrompondence solicited. H.W.NARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 183e165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO. F 15 Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. Ming's Opera House' 4 J. C. REMINGTON, 1MANAGER. ~ MONDAY, E, DAY MAY 18, 19. 20. S WEDNESDAY, Engagement of the Popular Favorite Milton Nobles, ;:;;' And the Gifted Ingenue, """M Dollie Nobles. - MONDAY NIGHT. With the assistance of a superb supporting - company and a numerous and well-trained aux iliar corprs, will pra'ont, an original, picturesque mtolo-drama, in four aeos, written by himseif, en- F titled FROM 8/RE TO 80N, 0it IN THE SHADOW OF SHASTA. S Milton Nobles in his Ilowerful performance of the heroic role of Alfred Harmllilage, Dollie Nobles in her exquisite dual creation of Mable Armitage, mot her and daughter. 5 All aoepery required in this production is carried b by the C(ompany. TUESDAY NI(GHT. Milton Nobles' owerful lDrama, called LOVE AND LAW, A success from Ocean to Ocean. WEDNESDI)AY NIGHlT, Only performance of THE PHOENIX. An original Melo-Drama. in three acts by Mil ton Nobles. Now in its sixteenth 'onserntive a year. Mr. Nobles in his worll-ronownved creation if "The lioulhomian." Dolli, Nolles in her charming: rendition of "Sadie, the Flower Girl.' S-,esr ,n sale Saturday morning at Pope & O'Ounnors. 1'' 1 '1" OF P OB5.TE OF WIL-iN THE di-lrirt court of the First judcinal district of a l.e rnateo f Montana. no and for the county of Lt,e is and Clarke. In tihe ia :tr of the estatoof Eugene Itoerman, hu'r, uant to an ordqr of said court. made on the ]itth day , tf May. l to. l atlesi hrebd gen. that ,-.iU d ly, tiy 80,11 day of MSay, 1891. at 10 o'er cic ;. in. of sa;d day, a' the court rooml of sa;id cou t, ot i ea court hoas-, in theconulty of Le iis nn i. 1 Ilrke, ih: be.n .1Ploi ted the time and pltlcr for proving the wit of sail Eugene Ito--roll .: ie.. I ttl. .ld for itn a, ice he aptlrlea t cill of i acctttex Iloern.an and Nu holaci Hessler for tl, is;llanci to. thim of I, tt rs e-tanelltary. wil en a- i wht ro any perin inlet ested may sp per anl I i.olest i.e same. Late.l May 6 16 1t. iOIiN BEAN, Clerk. By It. J. (aeeD.v, Deputy. NOTIl('E TO STOC(KHIOILDERS OF THE Mac Mining aid Milling( -mmen--You are hereby, notihed thata itoe-ing olo te stockholdere I of the Ma lining and Milling company will he l held at the office of Walsh A Newtma.r, 211 and r 212 Power block, in hielens city. Lewes and Clarke county, state of Montana, ont. thu de of June. A. D. 1891, 3t 10 o-cloek a. m. o esitd day. Tb., object aud purpose of said emoting is t to sell ordipose cof tlh entire trop erty ,f said Mac Mining and riltline rompiny, consisting f t the Mia loll and oild Bag lnde, situated in the yOyheo Mining district. Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana Given under our hands thie 20th day of Aprl. A. ed. ll. TIIOMAS JENKIN, r J (. M :(ANN, SJNI). J. 1-ALLON. ' o rustnea Helena, Montana, April 20, 1831. UMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT ('OURT OP S the First Judioial hisatriet of the otaso of Montana, in and for thn county of Lewis and IEdmonti Corhett, laointiff, vso Mary Corhett, r le-fncatttllta summe ons. 'The state of Montana tend. greeting to the ahuvo namced defeldant.: You are hereby required to appear in an action broncht egainst you by tice oboes sauced plaintiff -n the district court of the First jldiciel district I oa thce etato of Montana, in nod for the county of Lewis and Clark.. atd to ausecewr the complaint nlvet heroin. within ten lva o (oolusciva of tics day of cervical after the e.rvioo on ,vcu of this eum mans, if served within this rotrity: or. if served ost of this county, but within this diiretct, within twenty days. othinrwisic. witlhin forty days. or judom-nt by dcl-fault will he taken agtaint you aecorecing to the, 1Ir&iar of tah|l i.op.anint. TcThO aidC aitn is breOght te, ubtain a decree 3 of ttis ourt dihaolv~n" tri: lbltrls of mtitrimouny now ellntiM ybotrv;ot teloiutifl cd deetendant. arid for crsts and gencral rolif. T'ue creaned a upon wvii. Ic thin doeree cs eskdo is. that lit libt. at the city of Banit lt. Merle. in the state tel Miehigan, you ntiarogardad yoer marriage vow, Sanud acllrlly tih-enc,, yosur-il from. and do a serted and abandoned the plaintiff and now is and tver since, have sontinoeS ino to do, without n any retinosablo cauce, ailinot his will and wIth out his osnsoen. And you arc hereby notified that if you fall to appear anti atawsw-r tilc said comeplaint. as above required, the mid ,linutiff will aplcly to lthe court for thle rlief demttndeI |,a nid eomtllint. I iven uod r m thasnl and the oalo the dis k. trit cort of the Viret indielal district of the stat. of Montana. in and fir the eonnty of Lewis and Clarke, thisa lad day of Aecril, in the year of msour Lord. one thousand eight hkndrad and aityee JOhIN iIEAN, Cluer By H. C. ynru~re&. Deputy Clerk. ttklr0epe foe Plaintif. HRLP WANTED--,EMALE. WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED NURSE. t(all at residence of Wm. Wallace, Jr. WANTED--A GOOD GIRLh FOR GENERAL hlouslwotk, to ro to the Flathead eountry. Will pay fare Apply 40) llnrr.oan avenue at ones. WANTED-CHANDLER & HIEATH WANT woman cook, $10; 16 waiter girls; 2 second girls; 1 kitohen girl; I) house girls. WANTEID-YOUNG GitL TO IIELPABOUT the house. 14 South llodtey. WANTED-G IRLO D1O OGENERAL HOUSE work. at W. J. Blradshaw, Lenox addition. WYANTEI)--A GIRL TO DO GENERAL V V hoursewrk for a small family. Apply at 220 Rodney street. `TANTED - A GIlh FOR GENERAL V housework. am:ily of two. 837 Broad way. WTANTED - MATRON FOIl WORKING E V Woman's Homea. 20 Haleigh street. Inquire i at 735 Breckenridge street, but none having child- a ren need apply. HELP WANTED-M-ALE. iANTED--CHANDLER & HEATH WANT man waiter, $30;: man waiter. $50; camp cook, $00; 20 woorirhoppers. $1.15 per cord; ranchuman. $35; horseman, $40; dishwasher, $25. W ANTED-A STENOGRIPHER AND AS titsant bookkeoeer. Address Frank Lang ford. Columbia Falls. WANTED-TItAVEILING SALESMAN. CAN make e $:0 per week permanently; trade specialties. Tabor, 177 Monroe street, Chicago. WVANTED-500 MEN, GREAT NOIITIIERN R. H. IWaIes e$' and $2.20. Fees $1. Ship every day. N. P. ESployment Agency, near I depot. TANTEDU-15 IIAMMERSMEN. $2.75; 100 t laborers, $2.25; 25 tunesl men. $2.50; 10 tie makers for Flathead rcountry. Shtip Monday. N. P. Employment Agency, Near depot. VANTED-TWO BRICK MOULDERS, ONE ' brick burner and setter. Apply at 711 1 Highland street. H ANTED--THREE YOUNG MEN AS NEWS agents on Forthern Pacific railroad. Se curity required. Call at news office. N.P. depot.t SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. t Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION WATED--A (COMPETENT Addooek eler w0 ' sh any kind of employment. Address N'o. -0 Ealetgh str '.. ITUATION WANTED-FIRST-C (.ASS DRESS making at 115 North Rodney stre rt. ITUATION WANTED--A GERMAN WOMAN would like housework by the day. 373 Water street. SITuATION WANTED--GOOD DRESSMAKER wishes work in private famnily. Apply 405 I0oattie ereet, Helena. SITUATION WANTED--BY AN EXPERI Fr ,cred dressmaker tewing by the day or week. Reasonable rates. Address A. Wunderlick, 720 tlrcckenridge street. ITUATION Wm TED-AS NURSE TO t] small children. Address Mamin this office. WANTIED--WORK BY THE DAYu rI WEEK by first-class dressmaker. 111 ifth ave. SITUATIONS WANTED--MALE. r Advertisements under this head three times -t FREE. SITUATION WANTED-HE.IDINN i ('ATTILE or sheap., the latter pre erred. Address 15 5 1 Ereese Asenue, city. SITUATION WANTEID--iY AN OFFlCiE 5 - man and brokkeeper. Twelvb years experi ence. ltfetrens given. Address K, prosttfie e box Q99, Holoena. tontana. SITUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN with good business education, a position as hookkeepir. First-class reference. Address J.J., this ofce. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM[S. 1(OR RENT 217 EIGHTH AVENUi. I'LES- - ant furnishiid rooms. lirst-class t:ble hoard ORl IIENT--FURNISIIEDI AND UNFUR nished roomr, $5 to $12; modern improve ments. 516 Eighth avenue. F OR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED FRONT I' room, 310, Ninth avenue, between Rodney and Ewing FiOR RENT-SUITE OF ROOM.S, MODERN I 1 improvements, centrally located. address J. W. B.. this ofrice. L'OR RENT-ROOMS IN THE GRANDON I block, furnishes and unfurnished, single and on suite. |'OR IIENT-FURINISHED OOM. AND TWO rooms for housekeeping, completa. No. 52 South Roney. I 1'OIt RENT--FURNISHED ROOM, 429 S North Benton avenue. If'OIR ILENT--PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS I' for two young gentlemen or man and wife; also two single rooms. 18 North Renton ave. FOR RENT--NICLY FURNISHED ROOM, 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue, IiOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED roomts at reasonal rates. Harvey block. Birand street. Next door Hotel Iltena. 'Olt RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED 'front room with grate, on first floor, and use of bath. 7ii6 Fifth avenuo. FOel RENT-DW EI.I.INGS. IOlt HENT NEW DWELLING ON I'EOSTA avenue, two blocks west of Benr~ton avenute. and one block from eleitrrc motr linl;: ha'sev.n rooms, city water.: only $20; also 5-room dIe:l - ing in same lorality. stable for seven hIoraes, 2t: neat 4-rom brik rcottage on Davis, nrear F'lev enth avenue, $16i. Matheson & Co., :OJ 'ower building. 1; il RENT'--4-tOOM HOULd? ON EIIWAIIDS street, $20; 3-room house on I enton ave ann. l: ; 0-rrrorol holiuse on Jeoferson stlree., $25; 7 roollr house on Ilauser street. *.4.; tl-roou house on Dearborn strect. $20; 4-ruolrr houte on Fifth avenue. $li: 7-room house with bath and steam heat, all furnished $.O. ('handler & Ileath. 1;OR IENT IHOUSEIS TO RENT IN VARI ons parts of the city at from $10 to $75 per month. 5Matheson & Co., 209 Power building. 'Ot ILENT'I Eill'-T FURNIHIED lio -M-8 nnd rphotorgraph gallery. laquire at Broad way ntrrrt umarket. IFO It RENT--A I8X-IIOOM IIOUHE ON COR .1- .nr of hixthl ard Davis street, with all mod ern cnvrnir-nces. Inquire at 424 irath avenue. OR lil:EN'i - SEVEN-I(rOM hOUSE tN Swest side; bath and fuornace. Bix-room house tin Hixthti avenue; bath and turnace. Chandler & Heath. TtIO REN'T NEW IOUBLE IiOUSE. COlR lnrr Davis and Itillsdale streets, at relanona ble rent. t'all at Hroandwo elatest Marker. FOil ENT--SEVEN-ROOM IhOI)HE WITH Sall moern coneenreinse. Apply at 8ea entron aveouus. Oro Sino Terrace. i (.1-T NEAl I,'NTIIANiEN 10 POWI:RII S rb . lad y's uvocket book. Finder ilease re Sturn t. It~is oih-ri,. SOsT-A PAIR OF OPERA GIABSSEs. 1N c rase. indir irlease leave at this offie and obtain reward. SIOr A LAI>)Y'S POCKITI HOOK. ON tsro dwab or North Warren etrlet. Leave at . tins oflt1, and rnreive rsward. : jOHT-A IU(itY ('UBSIION. LAST ATURI SBaldai, Antlar lea se return to Dr. S. C. FOUND. I'OUND- 1,ADIEM I'OCKET BOO(K. OWN L or ecn have same by oalling at this osile. FOR SALE--IEAL ESTATE. 'Oli BALE-AT A BARGAIN. AND ON J asy terms.a new 8-room brick house. Ap p;y at 82Lt Fifth aveaue. FOR SALE-$75 WILL 1U Y A LOT IN COX addition 50xl140; only $25' balance $10 per month; no interest. Matheson & to. FOR SALE--500 FOR 400 FEET NEAR Davis street; adjoining 'ox addition. - Matheeon & Co. FOl1 SALE--S1, 0 SIX-ROOM ROUSE, large barn, heodo, well; lot 51x140, on I'ros peet street; $400 down: balance on time, at eight per cent interest, or will take lot in part payment. Matheson & Co. lOR SALE-$50 WILL BUY A GOOD LOT in Elliston, within three minutes walk of postoflice; one-quarter down; balance on time. Matheson & Co. 'OR SALE--DWELLING ON BENTON AVy- I 2nee; quite central: has eleven rooms, mod ern, $4,500; of which $2,500 can remain on mort gage for any rea..~-ble time; lot is 42x110, to alley. Mathesoo & Co. 1'OR SAL·-$250 FOR A GOOD LOT IN S Northern Pacifice addition No. 1; 25x140; only $50 required tdown, or to a ntehaser who builds two years time given. Matheson & Co. H0O1 SALE-ELLISTON LOTS FRIONTING on Northern Pacific right of way for $100; quarter tdown. balance in 4, 8, and 12 months. lathoson t tCo. I' B 8SALE-$90 PiER LOT FOR 100 LOTS 1. in Boyce addition; perfect title. Matheson & Co. S'OR SALE-800 ACRIES ON BIG BLACK foot; all under Oance, several buildings, sawmill, ample water in dryest season, and abundaneo of timber, postouffi on premises; commands excellent range with good natural boundarioe, just the place for uttle orshehep ranch; fish and game in abundance: 500 acres of this eind are tillable. Pricol$5,0 which includes team of mares, harness. trucks. ptow. bobsleighs, mowing machine, set blhckemitn andother tools, all in good rondition, and about 50.010 feet of lumber and 20,000 feat of logs. Will take $2,500 cash, balance on time, or will take improved Helena procer'y in part payment A great big bargain. Matheson & ('o., 200 Power building. FOR SALE-A $7.000 HOUSE WIltl ALL modern improvements, located on west side, rearing a $3,000 mortgage at eight per cent, to trade for $4,000 onencumbered prop!erty, improved Apply to Win. Muth. Rooms 21l, 214, 215, Power building. F0OR SALE--FOITY ACRHE VALENTINE Scrip, at John S. M. Neill's, 12 Edward street. __ _ FOR SALE--S5 CASH AND $5 PER MONTH. with no interest tirst year. buys a good lot in Woodlawn Park. P'rice, $125. The nloto are r.e;uly all sold. Now is ;our chance. Chandler & leath, 24 Edwards street. OtOR SALE-HOUSE AND TWO LOTS ON , corner of Eighth avenue and Center btrOet. Inquire on the ground. _10 BSALE-I,800 FEET IN TH'IIE AMES AD oition at a bargain. The Witherhee An drew Co., Gold blohc. FOR SALE--MISCE.LLANE)OUS. 0OR1 SALE -AT A BARGAIN, IRES'AUIIANI' ' doing good business. Address lies!aurant. this office. ~ A1 t sALE-- HOUSE. FUIItNITUIII. IN quire at till North laleigh street. L POR SALE-A NEW SULRREY USED ONLY S a few months: a good hard coal stove; hall rack bed room set; tel lounge and a refrigera tor. 'ihese articles are all in good condition and will be sold at a sacritice as the owners are leav ing town. Sale takes place Wednesday and Thursday, May 0 and 7, at 200 Chlaucer street. r Ot BSALE-SCIOLAiSHIP IN THiE MON S tana Rusiness C(ollege Call at this onice. l01t bALE--SCHOLAItSHIP IN THE IIEL " ena Business ('ollege. COll at this office. ýOll SALE - SALOON BAIRS FOR SALE cheap. Can be seen at 1,800 Saunders street, N. 1'. depot. N'Olt SALE--NEW SINGER SEWING MA chine, "Oscillator," $40 cash. Address Sow ing Machine, this office. FOR' SALE-A SPAN OF GOOD WORK mules Apply 10'0 Broekenridge. TOll SALE--CIHEAP A FIHiS'T-CLASS 20 . horse upright steel boiler. Apply at Sted manFoundry & Machine Co. 'ORt SALE-SECOND-HAND. SIX HORSE power, horizoital engine, first-class. Sted man Foundry & Machine Co. OR SALE-A NEW HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS, pantry anal bath room, on Howio street, No. 127. Also the two adjoining lots of 42x106 feoot. Apply at said house. SMISCELLANEOUS. TIE PEISON WItO ON MAY 9 TOOK MY 1 white, black and tan setter puppy in caution edto return same at once and save trouble and expenee. It. Peterman, 1316 1sozemun street, near Northern Pacific depot. WANTED-TO PURCIIASE A SECOND S hand fifteen-blxl pool table. Address M., this office. TO EXCIHANGE--EQUITY IN RRI(CK COT tags for a lot worth $400. Matheson & Co., 209 Power building. W ANTED--TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light houe.koeeping, for man and wife. Ad dress M., this office. W ANTED-$900, ON LUNG TIME, SE cured by mtortgage on real estate in Boal der. Address Will Kennedy, this office, to-day. H TANTED--PURNISHED HO(USE MODElRN ronveniences, in nice noeighborhood or two unfurnishea ro.os with irivats tamily. Address Ilooma, this office. WANTED -- DI1ESS CU'TTING. I'TTING. Latest Froarch stylhs. Satisfaction guar anteed. Madame Webb, . Boctlh itodney street. NfrAN'rEl:)- I'An' NEl --WISHING TO EX tend my cigar, tobacco and fruit buoinlss. to jobbing trade, would take an active partner with capital abe,t two thousand, Iteferen'es Givn and re:ouirool. Address A. II.. car. Dyne & Jones, Great Falls. TANTEI)-A (1001) PE'I'CII'R11ON STPAtIL ion on shares. Inquire at Independent office. W ANTED --A CIIANCtE FfOl BALIDIES- lHair prodneerl under a contract. 'onsul tation free. at room 74, (trand Central hotel. Hours 4:30 to 8:0 p. m. m Prof. Geo. A. Garlow, Helena. 'ANTED - CHILDOIEN UNuEh FLVE V years of age to board. 531 Sixth avenoue. WANTED 5,000 YOUNG SIE11EP' NEXT' BUM mer for three years on 'Iaro's; half wool and itocntrea'; parties ays oxeleriencc, huilditig., water anli hay. Addre.ss W. hI. tandiah. Stats'€ Attorney, Likota, North I)akotn. W AN'I'ED---ILACE (UUR'I'AINl 'I'O ,IAtIN iler, at No. 11 North HlosMey. Eatisfactio guaranteed. WANT'EI) --H'IL'I,)tIIN TO BOA:LD AND care for at l59 Water street WANTED-T'EAMS TO1 HAUL FIlEIlGIT' fuor one y'ar litweorn (Cistle and Living ston: work lomnomenes Slay I. For flrtlher in formation c'all osior apply to A. C. tjtaintance. hiouldr (City, W. II. lDickinson, Catle. anti 14. (C. bhopard. Livi ngston. W.ANTED IIUNINEtiS MEN. ('I.ICIKS and I others wht, liiro irotictlon in cau of in slvoincy, loss or poslition, airkones or d.'ath, tam sddrae* for full roarticalara'lhe Business Man's I'rotectlve Uoioa, Richmondl. Va. Any deirom d protection cai Ib obtained (ioo.. riliableI rout RtIc.NT.·5I·sL-MOErtLINE.OUN I01l RINI'- ChtAP liAltN I OIINEl ImINRE ar.l Iltodney siro,,t: room rf,or four hlrsmes; water in barn. Injure of lg Miller, 74 ioutel ltodney streel. 1'0 ItFNT-UNVUILNINIIED IO11(M MH t)11 hasiku s ,keplng.5t M<ls.rnlm It,,roo'meaa . I.ngle or ansuilti. Sl1o 1it; Ei ighlth sneusu. rIoR IREN'T--TWt) toAtltiE UNVI.IRNLBHIFD . roos en saitc, with aiove sand bath. Very deasrabba h 7 WI tth .,vtnue. BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED. FOR ItENT-THREE PURNIBHED ROOMS with or without board, No. 19 North Benton avenue. liOlt RENT-FURBNISHED ROOMS WITH Lboard., at Misses inerty AKing's, 517 Broad way, Wood's block. FIOR RENT-NICELY FURNIBltED ROOMS with board, at 58 South Hudney street. BOARD--FIRST-CLASS BOARD 6 PFER Sweek. S19 Rodney street. WANTED--TWO YOUNG GENTLEMEN room and board $28 per month. Nol. i Fifth avenue. MONEY TO LOAN. TO LOAN--$S0 AND $400 TO LOAN ON improved property; 10 per cent. G. S. Ap pleton. TO lOAN BY H.B. PALMER. SEE ADVER tieement o fourth page ABSEESBM T NO~FICE.-OFFICE OF THE Cascade Land company, room 1, Power building. Helens, Montana, April 7th, 1891.-No tie is hereby given that, at a regular monthly meeting of the tiustees of said Cascade Land company, held on the 7th daye of April, 18s1, an assessment of tn (10) cents per share was levied upon the capital tock oa the Cascade Land company, payable on the 10th day of May, 1891. to B. brown, seretary of said corm pany. at the company's otmce, room No. 1, Poweo building, in thie cit of Helena. Montana. Any stock upon which assessment shell remain unpaid on the let day ofat June ll1, shall be deemed delinquent, and ,hall be duly advertised for sale at public auction and unleu payment shall he made before, will be sold on the let day of July, 18911, to pay delinquent assessment, to gether with the ost of advertising and expenses B. BROWN, Secretary. N OTCE TOI CIEDIT'OIi--IN TIHE D[.N trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Mlontana, in and for the county otf Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of Alfred McCarter, deceased. Notic is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the etat of Alfred Mc(arter de cPased, to the creditors of, and all persons lc.v ing claims aainot the said dereaell,'to rexhibit them. with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice. to the said administrator, at the law office of Macers en liard. room 8, Gold block. in the oity of Helena, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the said county of Lewis and Clarke. J. L. LA DRIERI, Administrator of the Fstate of Alfred McCarter, deceased. Dated April 24,1891. great Northern Railway LINE Montana Central Railway, Great Northern Railway, Eastern Railway of Minnesota, Wilmar & Sloux Falls Railwa, Duluth, Watertown & Pac. Ry THE GREAT THROUGH SYSTEM. A solid through train of Sleepers, Dining Car, Day Coaches and Free Colonial Sleepem to Minneapolls, St. Paul, Duluth. West Saperior and Sioux City. Close con neetions for Chicago, New York. Boston and all Eastern cities. Until farther netiee Trains will run as Fol]0 Am" ALL Tun S DATh I DWPAT? 11:00 a ......Atlanti Express...... 11:10 a. m 2:80 p. m. Patfi En xrese... 2:45 pDm 8:40p m. HHlena and Butte Local. 8:40 a. m Sleeping Car Berth Tickets Time Tables, etc.. at Depot and Cit Ticiket Offiee. No. 8 North Main treet. O. W. PITTS City Tioket Agent. B. IL HUBBARD, Tray. Pass. Agt. Helena. B. H. LANGLEY, G. P. & T. Art. M. C. By. THE RUN Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Draw?.n Room BSleepers, Dining Cars and Coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and St. Paul and Minneapolis. Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room Bleepers, Dining (Cars and Coaches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist ooeepers via the Northern Pacific tailread between Chicago and Portland, Ore. Convenient Trains to and from Eastern, West. ern, Northern and Central Wisconsin points, af. fording unequalled service to and from Wauks. bha, Fond dn Lao. Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Burley, Wis. and ironwood and Bessemer. Mich. Fur tickets, sleeping-car reservation, time ta bles and other information, apply to agents of th line or to ticket agents anywhere in the United ltate p or Canada. S. It. Ainslie, Gen'l Manager, Milwaukee, Wia. J. . Iannaford, General Trathe Manager ti . Paul, Miun. H. C. Barlow Traffic Manauier Milwaukee; Wis. Louis Eckstein. Atl, Gen l P nass'r Ag't., Milwaeke. Wig. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & e ST. PAUL Rh' I the Fast Yail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis yin La Croese and Milwau kee to Ohieago and all points in the East ern States and Canada. Itia the only line I under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the Finest Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It is the only line ruanning Pullman Drawing-room Sleep inug ars with laxurionu smoking-rooms, and the finest dining-Oars in the world, via the famous "Silver Bank Rtoute," along the Ishores of Lske Pepin and the beautiful Miesslsippi river to Milwaukee and Chlcs go. Its trains oonneot with those of the Northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of any clam between St, Paul and Chicago. For through - tickets, time tables, and full information, SIF apply to any oonpon tioket agent in the a onrthweet. I0EWARtI- FOil INI,'OIMA'ION that will convict the persons wtc s. stol or turned slsoo fro..i hern at No. ill2 Lie . Ineoton avelsuo, W.tdleo ay. between tw- and ail o'clock. a sLark browus horse, brasslcis on lolt D shoulder with bottle, and white star In forehead, • heavy main and t ii. A callable reward wlUlb paid for trlt of the sme. HEALTH IS WEALTHI Dr. E. O. Wet'p N and Brain Treatment, a guaranteed si ecflc or H'yoteria, o Dir Zi-s. Ooavnleions, FIt, Nerv ts Neuralgia, Heaslahe Nervous Prorepation caused b the use alcOhol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Depressio, Softening of the Brain- resulting in iinsanity an leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age. Barrehns, Loseof Power tn eithsr sex. nvoluntary. Losses and Bpermatorrhmt caused by over exertion of the brain eelf-abuse or evr indulgence. Each box contains a month's treat. pnt. $1.00 box. or six boxes for 55.00 sent by lmal preald on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES To ore any case. With each order received i us for six hores, accompanied with $5.00, we wil send the purchar our written guarantee to re fund the money if the treatment does not effect aone. Guarasnteeo issued only bt H. M. i'ar. ohen & Co.. druggista, sole agents, Helena, Mont, $500 REWARD I We will pay the above reward for any came dl Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick Headache. in . digestion, Conatin.ation or Ctlvente we cannot cire with West's Vegetable Idver.liltl, when the directions are stricty compled with. They are purely Aegetable ani never fail to give satisfac. tion. Sugar ('oated. Large boxes, rontainine 30 Plls, 21 cents. BHewaro of co.torfeiti and imitations. The genuine manufactured only h TaeJno N C. WERT (OMPANY. Chic , no. old by H. M. ParOhen & ('o.. druggists. Helena. To Chica o in Less than 14 Hourli º. VIA D -T -H SNORTHWESTERN LINE C. St, P.M, & O, Ry, C. & N.-W, Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line running all its Passenger Trains in loss than 14 hours between St. Paul and Chi cago, and while this time is quick, trains do not have to run at us high rate of speed to make their time as on other lines, because this line in shorter thrn any otlcer line. "The Pullman and Wagner Vestibulel Limit. etl" leaving St. Paul at 7:30 P. M., makes.the trip to Chicago in 18,1 hours, returning in 18 hours and 25 minutes. 'The Daylight Express," leaving St, Paul at 7:45 A. M.. makes the tripto Chicago in 13 hours and 50 minutes, returning in 1, hours and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connections are assured in Chicago with all fast line trains from Chicago to the east and south in the morning and at night. ('lose connections are made at St. P.ll with Northern Pacitio and Great Northern trains. For rates, maps folders, etc.. apply to C. 1. M. TINLING. General Agent, Bailey Block. No. 18 N. Main St.. Helena, Mont. T. W. TrASDAE, Gon. Pass. Agent. St. Paul. Minn. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAMSON LANE, Attorney at Law. Room 13, Montana National Bank Building, Mining and real estate law ai vecialty. Refer. enos--First National bank. Montana National Bank. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena, Montan . 31ASSENA BULLARID, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Office in Gold block. Helena, Montana. S1ZER & KEICRL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral pat. ents secured. Rooms 12-13, Atlas building, Hel ena. Montana. DRH. . BOCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oculist, Aurisa Member of San Francisco M-dical Society. also Nevada Stato Medical Society. Office on Main street. over Steinmetz Jewelry store. R G. DAVIE. Attorneay at Law, Room 5 Ashby block, Helena, Miont. F.IF. C. LAWYER, Physician and Surgeon. SPECIALTIEs-Eye, Ear and Throat. Office. 1c 00 Broadway. SLUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Sthe First Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. B4ach, Cory & Co (limited). plaintiff evs, Michael H. heels, defendant, alias summons. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the 8'irst judicial district of he state of Montana In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to answer the complainlt filed therein, within ten days (exclasive of the day of service) after the service on you of thin summons, if served within this county; or. if served out of this conaty, but within this district. within twenty da ~ otherwise within forty days. or ljudgment by defalt will be taken acainstyon. according to the prayer of said complaint. The sail action in brought to recover of vou the sam of $5,000.00, with interest thereon at the rate of ten par cent. per annum from De cember 7. 169, u.on a bifl of exhauge drawn opon the firm of Gireene & gesfe, of which firm i is alleged that youwerea membneratthstimi said bill was drawn and at all times mentioned herets and inthe complaint on file herein, i favor of the plaintiff for the sum of |51.10.00. 5 ecuted and delivered to the plaintiff by the firm of t. B. Matthew & Cs.. of whih firm i iis al legel yo warea member whensid bill wao drawn. delivered and presnted, a copy of which smid bill is as follows, to-wlt: ray tO the order of Bach. t'or & Co. (limited) ive thousnd dollars with erohauge, value rs ceivai, and chirpe same to accountor G. I. Me's-cEw & Co. To Greene & Keefl, So. Bltte. Montana. The plaintiff alleges that the said bill wa duly prseted to slad (4rne & toefE on December 7.a199a, batwus not aocepted; of all which elo the defendant had doe notice. And you are hereby atlifed the* if yon fall to appear and answer tsa mid oanplhaint. as bov required. the said plaintiff will take jdgomeuo ,Igaint you for the said sum of *t.titt0,f with Lnterest thereon at the rate of tin per eent. per onnuom fron Deaember 7,etll8, and the costs of this action. * l ven under my hand anolthe neal of the di tricticurt of the Frlet judicial dtrasriet of the state of Montana, In and for the rotiaty Lewis and Clarke, this 27th day of April. in tle year of ourLord, one shoujatid eight 5undrad and nissly-one. [sent. J JOHN BEAN. Clerk. Be I1. .. Ca~sro, Depoty Clterk. of sttrlckt,,ld,,r of tho. Silttr Ltollar Mining conlpaity fur the elec.itin of trtstees for the cubllt. leg y lar. will is held ai the itoies of the compant , I'lttsbncrgii lock room 12, on Monday, the 20th of this monrtlh, at four o'iorok , n. Mkecctari.