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, . a'te ea.or From SBnthsia sm of the Sponsors of the PeOpl·)' PaTty Reaidly Subsided. SThy Had Not Coasldered the Questole of Cost-No Remedy Proposed for Present Ills. Q~uCla'ixar, May 27.--The men who ore ated a naw party are already busy with pleas for nursing the infant. They believe the child was a giant at its birth. They wllfeed it right off with solid food, and they'll take care that it gets no soothing syrup. If it doesn't walk with league boots before next November its nurses will be gush disappointed. No iafantile,maladies are feared, not even the often fatal dangers of the second summer. The men and women who, in a frenzy of enthusiasm, rooked the cradle of the new-born baby un til the poor thing's life was imperiled, are bragging about the youngster's good points with all the pride of parents with their first born. In their great delight some of them thought it would be a good idea to go over the river into Kentucky and ask Senator Carlisle what he thought of the new baby. They did so and they met with a cordial reception. Some of the western delegation have rather a kindly feeling for Carlisle. They believe be is an honest man and they wanted his opinion of the revolt they are lading. They talked with the senator abhout some of their pet projects and asked what he thought of them. Government ownership of railroads and telegraphs was brought up and Mr. Carlisle turned ques tioner. "Do you propose to get possession of these properties by confiscation?" he asked them. "No, that wouldn't be fair," they ad apitted, "Then you must buy them," was the re ply, "and to buy them you must pay for them, and to pay for them you must tax yourselves. Haye you any idea how much It would cost? Our government debt at the close of the war was more than two thousand millions, and we have been al most thirty years in paying half of it. The railroads, telegraph, telephone lines and steamboats of the conut.y represent aheat $10,000,000,000 invested eapi 0t4,O000.0,00.O00 is bonded indebtedness which must be paid. Are you ready to tax yourselves to raise this money? Then, after you have got the property, are you ready to tax yourselves to operate it, for the government never yet succeeded in doing business at a profit? Con sider another effect; such a plan would add perhaps 1,200,000 men and women to the roll of government employee. How would yea ever succeed in turning out of power an administration with such resources at its command. The more corrupt it was the more difficultit would be to displace it." 'he delegation looked dubious and per plexed, for the questions and suggestions were evidently all new to their sanguine and enthusiastic minds. "Aavhow," broke in one of them, chang ing the subject, "don't you think the money power is getting into too few hands?" "Yes, I admit that is a bad sign," replied Mr. Carlisle. "But how are you going to remedy it? By a revoldtion or by an act of legislatdre? Do you propose to say by your legislature that when a man has earned $100 or $1,000 or $10,000 that he shall not earn any more?" Again there was no response. The visitors presented two or three more of the griev ances which forms the basis of their revolt, and Mr. Carliasl tested them one after the other with the question: "How can they be remedied by legislation?" And no prac tical answer was suggested. The fathersof the new party went away with the idea that, after all, the political millennium might net be as near at hand as they imagined it to be. WA VETERAN'S GOOD IIGHT. Poem Recited by Brevet Major General John Gibbon at a Banquet. At a meeting of the Loyal Legion of Cali tornia 'at the Occidental hotel, Son Fran tieoo, on April 16, in honor of Brevet Major General John Gibbon, that veteran com mander was greeted with cheers as "the hero of Groveton, Gettysburg and Big Hole canyon," and concluded his speech in re-, Sponse by reciting the following poem: A Veteran's Good Night. I am sixty-four to-night-just sixty-four; As with a backward glance 1 think my past life o'er. I feel like some old broken-windod steed urnmed out to graeh, nau mur, to t:eud The whip, the spur. the lash, the roin- NIevermore to be felt again. The crib is gone, the fodder out, His work is done;. and every shout That comes to his ears in his quiet retreat lls p the past-the advance, the defeat. Let but a bugele' sditant blast Calrup the bloody, glorious past, tee how his ears start from his head Ashe thinks of the charge he oft' has led. Up goei hie head, he's on fire once more, Andie thinks that he looks as he looked years before. But. alas! 'tisall looks; a twinge strikes him Shere He sobgq at once, Hetrembles-with fear? .'.noThing but aeaknbss. Strong'in the paiat, ¶he spirit of youth awakes with that blast. The old horse grows older, and stiffer his joints, But the finger of memory to by-gones atili points; He thinks of the battles he has fought in andl won, lie sighs a horse-sigh they were not bt'tter done. Ills battlee are over, regrets now are vain: No use now of thinking how few he ha, slain; He lives in the past. audthiuks what's to e',me .hen the youngsters are called on to dt what he'e done. Nations. and horses, and soldierses well, Have their downs and their ups, their heaven, their hell. Nations and horses run their conrse, then ex oldiers ran theirs. for a time, then rl ire. Ihe bugle no longer ctlatl call themn to ;rms; No0 lqger the "long roll" to them sonuds Once bearded as pards and full of strng diamns,. The eaeceful become, yea, as pecagtul ai To farewells I'm adverse, I don't like "goo I bye'e," They mstte the voice tremble, they mui,-ton tl.e 'Tie rotater to flank them. it brings on no filght; 6o with a tGod bless you, I bid ;te "g',otl night." THE SOUTHERN NE(C1RO. One of the Race Commends a Recent Ar ticle in "The Independent." To T.n. INDEPENDENT: With a great deal of pleasure I read your article in T'In: I.rl 1,ewumNT, Tuesday, 26th inst., entitled "The Boutherni Negro." It is is a just statement. of the present status of the negro, marked alike by an admirably conservative view of the situation and a common-sensesumnmary of the facts in the case that must commend itself to every practical and thoughtful mind. Although we are living in an age cf won ders the growth of a people situated like the negro must necessar ily be slow and l;.bored, hindered by many grave and unt fortunate mistakes. It is only in thi, school of hard-taught experienceo that we can expooet to work out our salvation in thu struggles of the bitter-sweet lessoun of life. The importance of self-help antd co-op peration, the craving after knowledgJe and the proverbial open hearted and good na tred patience which so eharacterize the ,SHREWSBURY"' RICH, ELICATE ALTEb S REAY. AsAYS REITY. l. ...e S n fwShrewsbirfy Temato Ketchup, Shrewsbury The Season for Salads and Salad Dressing is now Temato Chutney, Shrewsbury Pep~et upon us. Not a family should fail totry BHREWS- Sauce, Shrewsbury Tomatoes in Glass, ay nna se Dres BURY MAYONNAISE DRESSING. It is a revela- Chili Liquid Green Pepper Sauce, Mayon tion in the gastronomic art, and for richness, piquancy naise Dressing. and delicacy of favor, it stands without a rival. To test its merits is to be both satisfied and de F R ALL SALADS. lightifly urprised. ' FOR ALL SALADSC u . ,. colored people. will accomplish in the end all that we desire and hope for. All men ale the creatures of environ ments and the contact of certain influences will produce results alike in white and black, and though the skin may be colored there are no differences in ideas. One cannot live in America without im bibing Amorican ideas, and we are Ameri cans, to the manner born. Patriotism, the love of home, religion in all its various de nominations and an ambition to better one's condition, are our birthright, and it only requires education to enhance the value of these elements to the body pol tio. When Senator Patterson, of South Caro lina, was undergoing an investigation by the senate, back in the '70s, he became so agitated that upon the impulse of a mo ment he jumped to his feet and excitedly exclaimed: "For God's sake, gentlemen, gire me a white man's chance" He then and there unwittingly sounded the whole gamut of the difficulty that besets the col ored people. The negro's -opportunities may be likened to a pole with the rewardon top. He is told to climb, but unfortunately the pole is greased for the occasion. He is weighted down with prejudices and he isa hampered by unfortunate ,ciroum stances and conditions. Now, any one who has tried to climb a greased pole knows by bitter experience that ninety-nine chances in a hundred he don't get there. Let him who will try it, and he will find to his cost that a "fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind." We meet with so many mean slurs and contemptible insinuations in our daily pa pers that the article mentioned, "The Negro in the South," comes like a balm of healing to one's wounded feelings. with heartfelt thanks I remain, yours respectfully, ONE OF THE RACE. Helena, May 27. Death From Kidney Disease Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Oregon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to cure all forms of kidney troubles. Take it in time. THE MARKETS. STOCKS. Niw onlx. May 27.-Bar bilver, 97. Copper-Nominal. Lead-Steady; domestic, $4.35. The stock market to-day was even more lifeless than yesterday, but on the whole there was, if anything, a better feeling in the street and a firmer tone to the trading. The close was dull to firm at insignificant changes from o, esing prices. Governments--Firm. Petroleum--June closed 689 c. Money on call easy, closed offered at S'4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. unchanged. iteliae exchange fim; sixty-day bills, $4.;4',; demand, $4.8t.,. Meverament bonds - 4's. 119: 414'e. 100;: Northern Facitic. 24~: Preferred. 69)1: Oregon Imsrevement. 29: (regon Navigation. 72; Shert Line 37; Union Pacific 46%s. CHICAGO CATTLE. (.rcAoo. May 27.-Catt le--Reeipts. 11,000: dull to lower with reaction: prilme to extra natives. t5.90 oti.25; others, $4.5064.5.75; Texans, $2.80(0 4.45; stockers, $.:32504 40. Hogs--lteceipts, 24.00J: active and steady to strong; rough and common. $4.00t4.2i; prime ·ackers and good mixed, $4,4.l04.t0; rime heavy and butchers' weights, $4.55fKA.60; light, theep--eceipts., 8,000: lower; natives, 14.756 5,21: westerns, $5.00; common Texans, $3.215@ 4.10. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CECAOan. May 27. -Close- Wheat -Steady; Cash, $1.034; July, WIst4hets+c. Corn-Steady; cash, 57..tW5ec: July, 548c. Oats-Steady: casth, 48't0; July, 43i1e. larley-Nominal at 7tic. Pork-Weak; cash, $10.57510.60: July, $10.65. Lard-`Weak: cash. $ti.25; July, 46.32'21i .37. Sthoolcrsr- $5.C0ffh.10. Short clear--6.30lt 6t.40, Short firstname.lastname@example.org. FnnaiU WANTFDl BNDS ATED B N al issues of CITIES, COUNTIES. SCHOOL BOND DISTRICTS WATER COMPANIES, ST. R. R.COMPANIES,et. Ctorrespoadence solicited. H.W.HARRIS & COMPANY,Bankers, 163o165 Dearborn Street, CHICACO. 15 Wall Street. NEW YORK. 70 State St.. BOSTON. ELd i F1, t SAIl -II. ALDEN SMITH AND L mes '. Wyman, ot-artner ding bIsin under tht lro sauLe aoltt styloof Smith Wyman iaiutilts, vs. 1. S. Alpiloton and Mary F. June Marlow, defendantis. Under and iby virtue of an orditr of sale andt lecrrb ofI forttloeturo and sctI, is.t innt i-tit if Aitiu district court if thie Ftirtl juiit in l r dislrict it thet start tf Montan., in and fir tih, otlny otf Lewisn and (tlarro. n the 27th day of May A. I. Dit. int ho nb:,veo ntitlhd aoctilm,. wherein ii. Alitot Smmth ianud .alltee T. Wyman, titoe-part nutr lotiug iltttosts undter t ie flr ll iut tia nud anital, tl t iith Ii Wiooan, the ab.ve nuittd plaintifls, otalin- d anju.inineut anti de(interou rn of foerlasur at alt agailnst . ii. S Attpletto anti ihnryE. Jnlilt i arlow, d fetondanti. on the w:it h day ,f May, A. i). 1H.t for the i lnt ti f ? 'tt81 1ti hbtts as intr-.nt, costs and attoruoy fos. whicih said derr' wason it ltiro 211th dian of haty, A. I). 1lu1, rteotrdtd in juittgtent litok NI "t't on said court at page i ant citnltinandi toli tpll i r ll titlsn acl rtain lite, icos or tarcohl oaf land. citltne, lying and tuning in the, int of tilt ,ta, io-nnty ttf Iewt anid ClarkLe. stote ,if MIntan, and bolnded nd d-! scribod a. follows, to-wit: Ileginninti a' tillt ntorsetion of thtrnst bunad ary irf .tln Iteet w.th th tie south biundary o Enolidavinne. titert-f hfty 7501 fltet oin lineof )stib hat.nadary of I'unrlid asv nue ione aitonth t dir. c'in n. ttllttltt o an t alnditae asdil twnive t-bio 11i5t feeo i it soutllwtsvt lir-oIiton Harncatel With to-in vio -- to O a llt--,, thet in, n ti t ftt ii adi Sorthinv, loit itnt-iun ;otllr lit, north blon,i cury , ai llt y to lo.h- ni sti'-it, thenIt . oilt' huIndrt-,l etnd Stwtentv-lJ.,+ , 12.. f,'t alon, the ':t b oast ll uudary f t- h-i t-try, t th hfro-nn beoor of the t nd cotrl i,in: tcOtl Ittta nnmbtriiel Ott il, aotl two t.'1 inln lr.k sli i udrn. l e aI.i n iventd (l ark livo t itn t lI it ll c itay o ifi Ih t-,n , t i-, y: r plat addi dtlll -,11 tr t in lt, r lr i al f r(a i i.aid c illnt I'bo olie' , htri ty givrtn lihit on e ritia.y, ti t .o di :. ,ify , it,-. A. I). 1Sit, at 12 to''htlck in. of tit lay, at tn froand ttilottdr of It , ntr le lhi l - vc ir lnt ('rthin tiotntlys Miort Mai na. I e v 1 Ill, o ,h gdirn to la:d, frdr tl ,ransi attn lt i, f f-t '.ostne t aid eal'. il t, aliovt- iti ttihtil p ro,-r t iC r iity titlri titnert-,f n ltna) bi ni.n.itrp to satisfy sailt dget, int. wth imi t,,t+.-ild cutl-n ta lttet highist eel teft hid iir, for cash in h ard. gI s iolir yi thardt titl 27torh ay of Man, I A. 1). Is.i. I ' lAS. t. ,tc It H.I..S Spinheriif. " t fl( t':" T() < '1I' . E'l l'r.if grlS, rE T A'I'A I: OF .l Mar- Vinto itt, totr-c.,st Nv ict , t , l r ii i tgt ,fi;rta i tir. otid-- innl, inEd,. to !a.,dutisf. aniu plrl int. hx ir ottv at fo oIt ,I a1, , detes. ction' n ti- s.tor e l nh i it1 i i. n t ( d wor n, rt . v.i t iithit - ,.. nil, oftu r cxa¢nrtoreat EInilir-, Ic-wis and (larkoe tto nti. tlasinttat. itiiitlln- hi.cug ttttit at''fs" ri IIrsai. tltiti i tit lit.' h i l rinse oe f aid itaitr iil the tcuuisauy ,, : in and it lark,. 11iiilN AIti-:Ilt'' WINSTON. t,.rtnhira.f liMjat 1t.iita.itittdi'o l. Architect and Superintendent, a Rooms e te and 77. third floor Montana National !Lank tBoilding. o Prompi-al tenr ion gi vet to orders fre.t client. I nDesn I tiops tti retati lin tat pitroeiago of )l ot cliant t aid inerut tl--. (:ltidesc. if sity and all wti; snayy en- lilt it 1.y isptsity as art-hitint anti eIurienriott:t'-l,t !tit the ntntctittioti of boilding -, tPiaaa detaila and sop-ritti aiana gotton out fe t- Ibdindo of say daedrietion es the ehorteal oa tejtie HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WTANTI, D-Illth. FOR n ,LN ItAI. HIOUSI Swork in family of two. 45 South Rodnoy. WVANTED) AN XPERlIIiENCED NURSE. ('all at redldonce of Wm. Wallace, Jr. WVANTED-A (I)OOD i ltl. FOR GIENERAL hoieswork, to go to the 'lathead coontry. Willpay fare. Apply 40) Harrison avenue at on'e. WANTED -GIR/LTO DO GENEIRAL HOUSE work. at W. J. Bradshawsa Lenox addition. W ANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL honusework for a small family. Apply at 220 Rodney street. HTANTED - MATRON FOR WORKING Woman's Iome, "0 Raleigh street. Inquire at 735 Breckenridge streetbut none having child ren need apply. HELP WANTED--MALE. UUANTED-TRAVELING SALESMAN-CAN make $50 I:er week permanently: trade specialties, Tabor, 177 Monroe street, Chicago. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE. SITUATION WANTED-BY A THOROUGH t ly competent woman cook. Address "Sadie," this office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY ras clerk in dry goods or fruit store. Ad dress 701 Breckenridge. SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY A POSI osilon as clerk in a dry good store. Address, 5.10 Broadway. SITUATION WANTED-BY GERMAN WOM an to sew by the day or week. Address 427 South Rodney street. SITUATIONS WVANTEDI-MALE. Advertisements under this head three times FREE SITUATION WANTED-TO WORK FOB L board snob as washing dishes or taking care of horses. Address John Smith, Independent offica. ITUATION WANTED-BY A COMPETENT . cook. Address Robert, this office. SLITUATION WANTED--AS A BOOKKEEPER kor an assistant: would accept work ina store. Am a college graduate. Can talk Scandtnavian. Address X. Y.. this office. SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEEPER or a teacher, had experience; am a graduate from a business college and am an aredemic graduate: also hold a diploma from the regents of the University of the State of New York. cstve first-class cr"deutials and references. Address X. D.. this office. SITUATION WANTED -- EXPERIENCED grocery clerk, lately from an eastern city, d, sires attnation In wholesale or retail house, can furnish Al references. Address. J. H. this office. SITUATION WANTED -- POSITION AS A traveling salesman, collector or salesman A No. I references. H.I. Brown, 19 Benton avenue. cFOP RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. "'OR RENT--THREE ROOMS. PANTIRY. ' closots. etc.. furnished compslete for light housekeeping. ti14 Hollins avenue. Cars pass the decor. LjOR RIENT-LARGE FRONT IOOM, WITll ' use of bath. Suitable for man and wife or two gentlemon. 608 Broadway. FOR RENT--ROOMS-ALL MODERN IM provements; rout reasonable. 219 Sixth FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room. 310, Ninth avenue, between Rodney and Ewing. LOR RENT-ROOMS IN THE (IRANDOU F block, furnished and unfurnished, single and on suite. I'OR RENT-FUIINISHED ROOM, AND TWO F rooms for housekeeping, complete. No. 52 South Rodney. FOR IiENT-FURNISIHIID ROOM, 429 " North Benton avenue. li I OR RIENT-PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS 1 for two young gentlemen or man and wife; also two single rooms. 18 North Benton ave. -'lOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, 417 Warren street, corner Ninth avenue,. TOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED rooms at reasonal rates. Harvey block. b (rand street. Next door lliotel I}elena. d 'OR BENT--PLEASANT FURNISHtED front room with grate, on first floor, and use of bath. 5:;8 Fifth avouue. MISCELLANEOUS. , , I MONTHI. lAtES ORt (ENTLF- 1 non. It ylo wal. t: Address, with stamp, E. M. Fickett. 15I N.MalinWiclita, Kansas E 01 OHRENT O i SALE-A NEW- 8-ROOM brick house; easy tertma. Apply at 826 Fifth a.ellnu. ANTED - LARGE t'AlilIAtiE liOSE. SHerbert B. Rleed, Ha;lley block W ANTI'D--OMAI EONE 'I'i) ADlOFT A Gilth baby,. Call at No. 1l70 troeckenridge street. `%ANTE L'1I O ) T( A)PE A SE)OND"- 7 hand fifteen-ball pool table. Address Mi., t his othiie. _ ff0 E) lcANtE --EtQUITY IN HI1('K ('O-'i' Sage fora lot worth $l00. Matheso,n & Co., 209 Power b)uildint. SANTED TWO FIRNISHIIED OOMS FOR light hoUm'-k.'.-iog, for moan anti wife. Ad do-no \1.. thin ~R1.-. _ \ SfAN E:D-,-fud, ON LUNOI 'TI MI'. SF rl.rol b)y lltrvRagen on rn.a estate in Boul - dr.r. Atld,-e V Wiill Ke alntdy. thtls ,titie. ,tr-lay. 'WANT';ED DIESS CU'I"IING-. f'ITrINO. l at."st F rentch +tyt,"e. Siatir facti,)n guar anteedl. Madame WeI\'tb, f,8 SOtl1 ltodnoy stloet. UTANTIt'D -I'AR'I NER WISHINGS TO EX tend mry <igar, t-,hanro and fruit busint..r to jobbing trade, would take an active partner with capital about. two thousand, Itere'-nce g.ivn atoId ie ired. Address A. Ii . var, Dyne & Jtos, Great Fallo. WAN'rII A fi)OOD) P'EICHEIHON STALI iol on n hares. Inquire at independent oflierr. "'ANTE'D t HIiI "N UN tDIL FIVE Syears .of age t bhoard 5i1 Sixth avenleo. Y'VAN'I I :1) 5,,. Y15'((i ItIEl:,I' N EXt 'UM lteorr for thrlee yar. on hart-s; half coal and i troah.: paltieo hoav experience., bulddinge, water anll lhay. Addresa W II. Standlsh. btates Attornly, Lak ,ta. North l)ak,,a. WANTi-':D LAt,'1 C(. B'IAINt 'TO L.AUN lder, at No. II Nobth liodlney. Satiofactio 'IANr. I( IlALD ll":N 'I) SOAlRD AND care for at t359 Water "t rot. \'ANT'I'I'I) 'I*'4AM, IIO Al'hI, F IEtO.IGlT Sfor . year lInwIo n flastsi anull Living aton: work tornunr-ttor May I. For tliltlTer in l'. bhopard. Livtogston. JVANTED I.U.'NIttHI MI-EN. CLERiKS and o hbrse who ..ttie prot',cttlon in case of in Iolvenl., h ollOf po.tio, oict.reu or deat.,th, to addrtos, f,,r ull pathcularY'I 'he u!uinae. Mano' Itot-.tin, Union. lliitoind Va. Any dstiredol proltlt-t-lon .ant It, tltaitad. fittoat. rihhablo .agents w:atled, il.trartoe ne*I pretf,-red. IOSTI' ttI NT'I'HlN MAY 17, I1871, II 111 1K ot liret Nattottl Ilohk fr 13, 7t', pIayablne I, ,hltn M,'c onali,. I n', .tit'r I iattl t-ltrn 'h k tao Iivwn oippeod. Jhn ,\icouald. i41 IN 'IlT VAl (EY lELiOW WV1 LEY o lnt rn t aVonm e toset Itho Northro i'aeilte railrotl trak. I'nrt tf a otngle l,artner. kinl,') , ord. T si'- 1 A tIltF OERILA IiIAS-4I- IN ) tco'. b indor tplease lavo at this office and obtnint rum,it. U.U'T A LtttY'S PO, 'i' 10OK. ON. Bradwy or North Warren street. Leave at glthi offce atnd rarebit reward. FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE. ORt SALE-AN ELEGANT REBIDENCE ON - Filth ave:me with II rooms and all modern improcoments, built within the lat three years of tho t it materials. andl built on hunt fine tooundes and q uite central. about Iis blocks from rodney. Will be sold at a very reasonable fig urni. nterior handsomely decorated. Mathenb & Co., 209 Power buildihg. lma BAIE--BEVEN ROOM IIOUSE. WEST ' side. $100 cash. . a month. Herbert B. RZio, Bailey block. IORn SALE-- IGHTY ACRES THREE AND -. one-half miles north of city limits. $75 - per acre. This is $25 per acre le.s than anyr - - JOiinitg property can be bought for. Will guarantee purchaser a per cent. per annum for three years on invetment Glass & Fletcher, corner Grand and Jackson street. FOR 8ALE--75 WILL BUY A LOTIN COX addition 50x1h0; only $25; balance $10 per month; no interest. Matheson a Co. OOR SALE-$500 FOR 400 FEET NEAR Davis street; adjoining Cox addition. atheson & Co. E1 "R SALE--l. S0 SIX-ROOM HOUSE, large barn, shede, well; lot 50x140, on lPros poet street; $400 down: balance on time, at eight per cent interest, or will take lot in part payment, Matheson & Co. FOR BALE-$50 WILL BUY A GOOD LOT in Elliston, within three minutes walk of postoffice; one-quarter down; balance on time. Matheaon & Co. -'OR BALE-DWELLING ON BENTON AVE Sne: quite central; has eleven rooms, mod ern, $4,500; of which $2,500 can remain on mort afr fh ay reasonable time; lot is 1oxlt0, to alley. Mtheson & Co. SORB SALE-$250 FOR A GOOD LOT IN 1i Northern Pacific addition No. 1; 25x140: only $50 required down or to a purchaser who builds two years time given. Matheeon & Co. FOR 8ALE-ELLISTON LOTS FRONTING Son Northern Pacific right of way for $100; quarter down, balance in 4, 8, and 12 months. Mlatheson & Co. 1OB SALE--t0 PER LOT FOR 100 LOTS I in Boyce addition; perfect title. Matheson & Co. 1'OR BALE-800 ACRES ON BIG BLACK foot; all under fence, several buildings, awmill, ample water in dryet season and abndanoa of timber, postotlice on premises; commands excellent range with good natural boundaries. just the place fur cattle or sheep ranch; fish and game in abundance: 500 acsores of this landare tillabie. PriceS. $5, which includes team of mares, harness, trucks, plow. obsleighse, mowing machineo set blacksmitu and other tools. all in gouod condltion. and about 5U.000 feet of lumber and 20,0031 tet of logs. Will take $1,500 cash, balance on time, or will take improved Helena proper!y in part payment. A great big bargain. Matheson & to., 209 Power bublding. FOR SALE-A $7I000 ItUSE WITH ALL modern improvements, located on west oide, nearing a $,0o0 mortgage at eight per cent, to trade for $4,000 unencumbered property, improved Atppily to Wm. Muth. Rooms 212, 214, 215, Power building. LOti SALE-FORTY ACRES VALENTINE Scrip, at John S. M. Neill', 12 Edward FOR SALE-IIHOUSE AND TWO LOTS ON 0 corner of Eighth avenue and Center street. Inquire Nn the ground. FoOR SALE--,600 FEET IN TIHE AMES AD - d ition at a bargain. The Withorbee An drew ('o., Gold block. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. .OR SALE--ONE BAY HORSIE, GOOD RIDER or driver; will cell cheap. Inquire at Wind sor house, betwee;n six and eight o clock. GBOR SALE- SAWMILL, LOC'ATED NEAR SHelena. V ill sell cheap for cash; complete, O0horse power b3iler. 2;-horse power engine, 52 inch raw, in usne six months; just as good as new; best quality machlinery. Inquire at btnrrock , lrown's. "8 North Main street. }7OR SALE-COMPLETE SET OF FURNT- 0 Stare for five rooms and kitchen, at " 0 tCt- Ii or street. b FOR SALE- A YOUNG, BOUND tiORSE a saddle and good driver. 812 Dearborn St. b FUOR SALE--STOCK OF GROI'EIIIES FOR - sale and stole for rent, corner Ilelena ave- ' lue and B~,zeman str: et. Long, well-established a trade. Lither lo'Ig or short lease. Change of a business reason !or selling. W. L. Kelly. 1t. 1'. f depot, city. F OR SALE-SC('IOLARSHIIP IN THE MION tana Business ollege Call at this office. F OR SALE-NSCHOLARSHIP IN THIE IIEL F ena Husiness ( ollege. Callat this office. OR SALE--(CHIEAP-PRIVATE BOARI)INGa 7 houyc doing good bp9anese, 215 N Rodney d streot. T:OR SALE--AT A BARGAIN, RESTAURANT 1' doing good bushiees. Aduress lcs+aurant, this office. 17OR SALE A NEW SURREY USED ONLY I a few months: a good hard coal stove; hall rack bed rootm nt; ted lounge and a relrigera tor. TIhese articles are all in good condition and will be sold at a sacrifice as the owners are leav ing town. Sale takos place Weoinetlay and T'hursdal, May 6 and 7. at 306 Chaucer strei t. FUOR SALE - SALOON BAlRS FOR SALE L' cheap. Can be seen at 1,800 Saunder. street, N. P. aopot. 'ORt SAI,--NEW SINGER SEWING MA - hine "Oscillator," $40 cah. Addrssb Sew ing Machine, this office. t'Olt SALE-CHEAP A FIRST-C(LABS 20 Shorse upright tstee boiler. Apply at Sted maneoundry & Machine Co, L OR BALE-SECOND-IHAND. SIX HORSE I' power, horizontal engine. firt-olasi. Sted man Foundry & Machino Co. F'O HSALE-A NEW HOUSE OF 81X ROOMS, I pantry uan bath room, on Hawle street, No. 127. Also the two adjoining lute of iala00 feet. Apply at said hosee. FOIt RENT-DWEILINGS. iOl IrENT'I'-JIUNI' 1, SIX-ROOM IIOUBSH - with btth. 419 Seventh avenue. I Olt RENT F:IRNISIIED A FilNE ROOM 1 house. nlt rally located on Wi.-t .-,ide, with use!of a good piano. Addriuo., Pt. . Hl 717. -0ft I,:N' I (..MlORTrAl1/ IVl I OOMI 11 hi sy; No. 31.9 North ePatlie ClOeel. Ap lly to Win. d.i La'y, iGold block. FOR RI:ENT -A 7-ROOM tHOUSE ON HPARTA street. only $15. Matheson & Co., 209 P'ower building. F'OR RENT ON CLAIRK TIIt-:tI:t-', I:IGHtt i rooml ouse with all modern irolprlvmlelt.it. Inqlurl I:3 'lalrk htreet. 1.VOL I1WNT SIX - 1O-M ItOUSI. W,1 It Sbath. $rh;i fe'n room houAe witll frth aryl furuace, $tI; rev.- ii till httnse wilh id-r im - d proveenits, ft·niivIud, $SP; i vein iet rll h-i l u ili- went siii,. : t: four rtom h ui os ItI(lb.tik street. t17: flur iomn housne os IIlwarvln isr,--t, 1'0; bia toU,m br;ck hoinue on Jtlftiron strevt, 125. 'hlanl erllr; 7 |.lt IFOR ENT SNEVIN IROM HtOUHE PARTy ly filrl, tlI. trwest side, $2L. ilerbrt Il. livld, Ioalur, hlr. 1 ORr IllrtN I' NEW DWEhI:INtiI ON TtS''A I avonie, itwnu I r..km wl-st of ILtllo, ai vl,.tlls and lnl llhok folo tle, trlc motor lie,- h:ti'rey.l ro.. ves,. Iity walor.: only $'t11; ali, .'i-r ntrl dwell itg in saine i~-ality. stable for 'iever hlrces. g20(; rent 4-tuini lic. ro ecitafgi oill acie. t-liar Iv.lu unit 4r kinuiv , 416. hathtcenn it C,. -.l Power IOtK ItiINT -ItOI.SoI;HE TO RI-:lNT IN VAltI I tine unati il, the city at frolll t10 to $71 tir Ionth. liathil-eor & Co , J9 Plow-er buiiling. Iolt IIENI 4 -HIXLIOItlM IIttU 0EI On t'r-t. . tr r of i-th aind lDavin strnt, with all tel irn cvenio,-rei I-e. rtinulrc at 14 ,ah avenI,. Tfo IIEN, NILW IDOUBLE iIIt)l,:t:. Coi:. le r Davlsr and IIilladal sitrlet-., at raaona bie ril-it. I all al IHrvadwly Mlat MaNrkh:. 'OR HIEN'I' HSEVEIN-HOOM Hl~hO 'Hhi WI'I'IH all dernu conveineo. Apply at buS Beaton avenue. Oro line Tserac. BOARD AND ROOM OFFEuREUI. 1OR IRIENT-I217 EGIITH AVENUE. ILEAS a' nt furnished rooms. First-class table board OR ItENT--THlEE FURNISHED ROOMS with or withoutboard. No. 1I North Benton avenue, OihOlllENT--NCEU[Y HEUR IOrED ROm .t with board, at 58 oou thR dney ht Oree BOARISD-=FIR L- SS BOAR)D 6 PER week. 119odnoy street. -ANTED-TWO YOUNG UFURNTLEMEN room and board $2i per month. No. er Fifth avenue. FOLt it N'-M P StELLAN EOUS VOR RENT-UNFURNISHtED ROOMS FOR m housekeeoping. Modern Inmprovements. Single or enultte. $5 to $12. 1i1 Eighth avenue. FIOR RIENT-TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED) Srooms en suite, with alcove and bath. Very desirable. 717 Sixth avenue. MONEY TO LOAN. O LOAN--SP00 AND $400 TO LOAN ON . improved property;: 10 per cent. G. S. Ap pleton. IO I1 AN BY H.R. PALMER. SEE ADVER tisement on fourth page PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ASHBURN K. BARBOUR, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena, Montan MASSBB A BULLARD, Attorney anl Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the state. Ofice In Gold bluck, Helena, Montana. SIlZER A KEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral ~t. ento eeeurod. Rooms 12-15, Atlas building, el. ens. Montana. DR. M. ROCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Accoucher, Oculist, Aurist Member of San Francisco Mrdical Society. also Nevada State Medical Society. Offica on Main street, over Steinmetz Jewelry store. R G. DAVIES. Attorney at Law, Room 5 Ashby block, Helena, Mont. D~.. F. C. LAWYER,_, Physician and Surgeon. SPECIALTIEs-Eye, Ear and Throat. Office: 106l4 Broadway. HEALTH IS WEALTH,I Dr. H. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, I guaranteed s cific for Hysteria, Dizzoin"s. Coavulslone, Pits. Nervous Neuralgia, Headache. Nervous Proetration caused by the use of alrobol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depreseioi, ;oftening of the Brain- reenlting in insanity and lerading to miePry, decay and death. Premature O)ld Age. Barrenness, Loss of Power in either sex. Involuntary Losees and Snermatorrhcca caused by over exertion of the brain. self-abrse or over indulagence. Each box eontais a month's treat ment. $100 a box. or six boxee for $5.00 sent - mabil prepaid on reoeipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES T'e sure any case. With each order receivei by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, w. will send the purchlasr our written gnarantee to re. fund the money if the treatment dore net effect acurt. (inuaranteos issued only by H. M. 'Par. shen & Co., druggists, sole agents, lHelena, Mont $500 REWARD I We will pay the above reward for any case o. Liver Complaint. D.spepsia. lick Headache. In. digestion, (ontipatilon or Costiventee we cannot uare with West's Vegetable Liver Piltl, when the diraetionne re strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable anti never fait to-give eaisotl liont. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containinu 50 Pills, 25 amts. Beware of co.yxterfeits oau imitations. Thle genuine manufactured onl by ToeJobN C. WroTr COMPANY, Chicag, llo . bold by H. M. Parchen d& Co.. druggists.lelea. B. LEBKICERII, ". S2nd Floor Herald Building. BLANIt - - -. BOOIKS TO ORDER. Books Neatly Ruled end Printed, ANY+WEAK MAN ' - ho l nuff.ring, either ins his oind or hrldy, fromn the luorious or weakouini .ilffrcts of his ,w ignoraot follies, abuse and rexcossree cbsn be qtlickly onil pclrs. nevtly cured. I'apera free (sealed). DR. COLE & CO., ier dl h Pt r. ",These old Dcit,,rs hav hell 3i0 yearl I.senct lI curilngl'rtl at'+, lillt i d, .e.r Roteliable Remedlv9 sent prlvatelt toF r -d:lrev.v.' :ARME S OPr au' v·erinq in your vicinity Sliable hardy nursery stok. - I N O.- M E can be seeCred in that by writing at once V" glSrmeeL to .. l M AY 0 0C., Igsnsrisaea. Floratesand Heeduese J. L. SMITII, - Freight Transfer Line,- • IISLhENA. MONTANA. ll kinds of m srclundta and other freights,b cldinl ores, promptly trausrerrodl from thn depot. Offic at J. Vesldt.g store and at the depot I Ordere will resire prompit attelonlu..du...1 N 'PI(', t)F 0V 1,E ()F WAIIItAN'IT --N(iTI('E: lhIrta ld bulldling. Honalwu). to tihh', h,gsl t bid tihe amoun rt tof $i,,.+, ,hvidcd all ftlows; general II fund., 64MA; fire fued, $1 w JA . H. WALKE JA i ty$ ,L W sLKEe. THE RUN Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Draw'.l Room Sleepers, Dining Cars end Coacb.s oe latest design, between Chicgo and Milwaukee and St, Paul and Minneapolis. Fast Trainswith Pullman Vestibuled Drawinl Room Sleepers, Dining tars and Coaches of latest desiLn, between Chicago and Milwaukee ant Ashland and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist leepers via the Northern Pac4fi0 Ralaroad between Chicago and Portland, Ore. Convenient Trains to and from Eastern. West, ern, Northern and Cential Wisconsin points, af fording unequalled service to and from Wankba aba, Fund du Lac, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, urley, Wie., and Ironwood and llesemvr, Mich. For tickets, sleeping-car rearvation, time 4i bles and other information, apply to agents of the line or to ticket agents anywhere ill the United States or Canada. S. R. Ainslie, (en'l Manager, Milwaukee, Wis. J. M. Hannaford, General Tralic Manager. GSt. Paul, hinn. n, C. Barlow, Traffic Man~er, Milwaukee; Wi. Lduis Eckstein, Aest, Gen I lae'r Ag't., hMlwaukee, WI. To Chicago in Less than 14 Hours - VIA - .ENORTHWESTERN LINE C. St, PI. &O . Ry, C. & N.-W. Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line running al. its Pasenger Trains in iess than 14 hours between St. Paul and Chi cago, and while this time is quick, trains do not ha,. to run at as high rate of speed to mare their time as on other lines, because this line is shorter than any otther line. "The Pullman and Wagner Vestibuled Limt ed," leaving St. kaul at 7:10 P. M., makes the trip to t'hicaco in 135i hours, returning in 18 hours and 25 minutes. "The Daylight Express," leaving St, Pauln at :45 A. I. makes the trip to Chicago in 13 hours and 50 minutes, returning in 13 hours and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connections are assured In Chicago with all fast line trains from Clhicegoto tlie east and'south in the morning and at night. iosse connections are made at St. l'11 with Northern i'ceitio and Great Northern trains. For rates, nmas. folders etc.. apply to C.h . M. TINLING. General Agent, Bailey Block. No. 38 N. Main St., llelena, Mont. T. W. TEASDAtI, Gen. Pass. Agent, St. Paul. Minn. Minneapolis & St, Louis R'y, -&ND =ul-. Famous Albert Lea Route, 2 Through Trains Daily from 2 St. Paul and Minneapolis TO CI ICA (3-0 Without change, ooaneatlng with th. Fast trainu of All Lines for the .-'EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only i.tne running ThroUtgh Cars between Minneapolis & Des Moines, Iowa, Via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge. SOLID THIIROUGH TRAINS BETWEEN Minneapolis and St. Louis WnaB:se principal cities of the Mssissiippi, and connectling in Union Depots for all poinLuts Suth and Southwest. l hoursn saved, and the only line running two trains )Daily to KANSAS CITY, LFAVENWOIITH, ATCHISON, making connection with the Union P'aciti and Atchisolun, 'Topeka & Santa Fe railways. Close connections made in Union )Depot with all trains of ti'o St. l'.11, ,Minneapolis and Manitoba, Northern IPacific, St. Paul i Duluth Railways, from sad to ALL POINTS ROlTH ANo NORTHWEST. mel ber The trains of the Minneapolis A BID | St. Louis Railway are oompoesad of Comfortable Day Coachnes, Magnificent Pullman Sleeping Car, Horton le lining Chair Cars, and oar justly celebrated Palace Dining Cars. L'150 Ibes. of bag.age checked FiElR. Fare al ways a. low as the lowestl For time table, through tickets, eto., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to C. !. PRATT enoeal Pasenger and TiLket Agt.. Mlanapýle * *THE * AMERICAN - NATIONAL • IIANK . * O1 HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, - - $200,000 T. C. POWERI. - r President A. J. HEl( i MAN. - - Vico-l'reosidsnt A. (C. JOIIN14(ON. - - (asliter GLO. F. COL'E. Assistant Cashier: DIIRECTORS: ''. '. ower, A. J. Stoliman. A.( . Johnson. li'hsrd Lockoy. Janes S4llivan. Interost alloweid on timI dposeita. Exchange slanced n Itrilloipal oit li f the United t·tat(e, ()anala and lrnssr. '.reneferr of money made bt telegraph. .lCt.lti,,ns promstly attonded to. ( 'ity, coiunty and tstre meouritioa bought and gold. ASSESSMENt NO'PICE.--OFFICE O THE ('an'dt, lotJd coumpany, room I Power i in hereby gilen that, at a ruglaa monthlly mseting of ue tu os of d (amoad,. Land molllsllsly, hinlt l on the 'il day of April, Il8 an assoinannl. of tan (10, rentl .r lshare war. slvid uss the u lasOlanl tonk of the ('anccdo Land omnelpanly, payarle , ll tie 1Oth dal of May. |, Ib1, s . is'rs w ats.eatary of said com yaauyut ttho e .I i.\, y'i u llns. ruon t No. 1, P owel buJdluatt in ts e oity of 1l Alnn, Mont n, Anl rtork arsl which sais*,.suOnt lhall remain unl.ad on tit lIt day st Jsne. LMl. shall ie deemed delimsl.ent, and hba'l be duly advertised for sale at publio suctionu, ad unlsu payment shall he moad beore. will be sold os tie lst dm of Jul., 1119, to pay delinquent asseesamnt. to, egoter with the cw oft a t imetla l ad aearpes mimi.. L . Iefrtta Montana - Savings- Ba S* ODF HE1LE-NA. CASH CAPITAL, - $t10o,0~O TRUBTIRIS 0. A. ROQADWATER, • JOHN T. MURPYII, AMEB I.. LOMRARD, WM. E, WALTON, JAMES M. TUCKER. Umlyss depostli of Cu Dolarr and onwuds, and pays per cent tinterest thereon, oom pounded In Lannary sad July. Mon t lon o Improvd City Property as Ranose from one t AvTe years time. OTIIER HEILENASBTOCKHOLDERS. 8 0 Ashby L. 0. ihelps. rank air C W. (Vnon, JAude T. O. DrCC.,C K. Cole, S Wallce. t.. K. Wells,. It. L. MeCoUr . . dJ. B. Badtd. Brsnch Omoe of Lombard Investment Co. for Montana. Money loaned on lmproved City Property ol on Banahes throughout Montas. WM. A. WALTON. Preed JAMES IM. TUCKER. Cashier. MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HLFNNA, MONTI&NA. U. W. Cor. Main and Edwarda Ste. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. CAPITAL PAID IN, $500,030 SURPLUTJS AND PROFITS, 200,000 DIREOTOIS8, 0. A. BRODWATER, - - President L. . PHELPS, - - - P Vice Preadent W. L. MoCULLOH,. - Cashier . E.ATKINSON, - - - Ast. Cashie A. G, Clarke. Hermn ans, H. F. Gal'en. Peter Lareso g. W. Cannon. . C. Wallace, David A. Cory. iHE THOMAS CHUSE SAVINGS BANK, OF HELENA. Inoorporated Under tile Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000, 'THOMAS CRUSE, - - President - Wlt 3J. CRU1i - Vice Pres. and Act. Se'y Wi. J. SEEaEY. - - Tresurer TRUSTEES: Tihomras Cruse, William J. Crnse, John Fagan. William J. Sweeney. Altows per cent. interel t on Savings Deposits compounded January and July. Transacts a general banking bnoinose. Draws exchangc on the principal cities of the United States and Europe, Deals in county and city bund.i, and makes loans on real estat1 mortgages. Office honrs from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Also on Saturday and MI.nday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. S. econd National Bank 1OF H;LFNA, MONTANA. is - Paid Up Capital, - $75,000. Surplus and Profits, $25,000. A General Banking Business Transcted. F . Di, F.DEDnTO, . - . President C. Kt. Col. - - - Vioe-Presidunt OsEonOc B. (CHILD, - - - Cahior h Jospa P.NO. KN, t -. AsUt. ('ashio, BOARD OF DIRICTORn: B. S Lanford. C. G. Evans, t. W. Child. B. J r C. Sall ,w Chris ane D. Edigerton. C. i. Celrga B. Child. FIRST NATIONAL BANK "HELENAii, MONT. Paid Up Capital, - $500,000 Surplus and Profits, - $700,000 - DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE - UNITED 8 PATES. interest Allowed on Time Deposits. General Banking Business Transacted. Safoty Lepesit Boxes for Hent. DIRECTORS: B. T. HAUSER - - - PresidePt , E. w. KNIG1T, -('Csnor T. H. K UCI'N - i MllDT, Asst. CaUnieior SEO. H. HIlL. - - 2nd At. Ca:hier G KiANv LLE LSTUART, - H Stockgrow6 e lHON. T. C. POWEIR, U. L. tSnnt.r J. C. CUlltlIN. - Clarke, Con-ad & Currin . H. 11AMii.T)N. - - UaTitali:.t O. R. ALLEN. - hining and Stockgrow'r CHAS. K. WEL.LS. - - hrchrhnnt A. M. O'l',lii, - A. M. lo!tor II'dwa.e Us ASSFCfT ATF.T) RANKS: Northwestern Nat'nal Bank, Great Falls. Firet National Bank, Mhisonl. First National Bank, - nutte. .Merchants National Bank. -OF HELENA, MONTANA. United States Depository. Paid In Capital, $35o,oos Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,00o L. H. HERSHFIELD. - . Presidoe A. J. DAVIIDSON, - - Vice l'roidenl AARON HiEtRSHtFIELD, - - Cashie BOARD OF DIREOTORS. Thomas Cruse, M. Bauds, . & Huntley, A. I.. P'reoscott. A. J. Davidson, Mloses Morrie i. H. Hersufiold. Aaron lterwshold. J. Switear. IFirst-clas City, (nnntty aLt State Securitles bought:and sold. ExoLneonge isoed oat the prino.pal cities of the United Status anol Eltropo. Transfers of money made by telegraph. I interest allowed on tilln deposits. Collection promptly attonded to. Bozes for root at reasonable prious in one of th. beet constructed fire and burglar trout Wte ie uiit Vaulta in the country. NO. 4400. HELENA NATIONAL BANK. CAPITAL. - $500.00. Transacts a General Banking Business. JOHN T. MURPHY, - - President BHIRLEY C. AStBY, - Vice Preei lunt HANK MAIRD, -). - CUablis Interest allowed on tintim deposits. Exchnae inssued on foreign crutntries. fransfer of money by telegraph. Filrst-clae city, county and rtate .,eurities bought and soll. Coll eations promptly attended to. BOARD OF DIREOTORS. John T. Murhby, Bhirley 0. Ashby, P. W. hlAdow. Frank Baird, Chas. K. Wells, I 5. P. Woolman. LU.. Maolay, W. 3. Cullen, Jno. B. Mendenhafl Abner .I Clemenate. R. . Ford. LA., o aDea. J. P.e ste.