OUR ALIEN POPULATION.
Statistics Showing the Increase of
Foreign Immigration to the
Carefully Prepared Report, With
Tables Giving Ages, Sex
The Early History of the Movement-In
flux of the Past Ten Years-The
WASmNOToM, D. C., July 3.-The chief of
the bureau of statistics, Maj. S. G. Brock,
has just finished a carefully prepared re
port of the foreign immigration movement
to the United States, which will shortly be
printed and given to the public. This re
port gives a history of immigration to the
United States from the time of the Rtevolu
tiopary war. Your correspondent is per
witted to give the following statements in
advance from the preliminary portion of
the report, which gives the analysis pre
pared by the chief of the bureau of statis
tice, and which embody the salient facte
that appear in the report:
At this time much more than ordinary in
terest is manifested in the subject of for
sigh immigration to this country, and all
facte and figures in relation to the large
and increasing arrival of immigrants fronm
foreign countries to the United States re
ceive the marked attention of the public.
Carefully prepared statements are herewith
given, which show the arrival of alien pas
sengers and immigrants in the United
States during each year from 1820 to 1890,
inclusive. In these tabular statements are
given not only the number of immigrants
that have arrived each year during the
period mentioned, but also their nationali
ties, sex, age, occupation and the ports of
No official record was made of the influx
of foreign population to this country prior
to 1820. Although the number of immi
grants to the United States from the close
of the revolutionary war up to 1820 Is not
accurately known, it is estimated by good
authorities at 225.000. The arrival of im
migrants in the United States from 1821 to
1890 inclusive, as will appear in the subse -
quent tables, amounted in the aggregate to
In the early years the immigration to the
United States was smnall, but during recent
years the stream of immigration from for
eign countries has been steadily flowing to
our shores with an increased volume. From
1821 to 1830 the total immigration was
143,439, or an average of 14,344 per year.
The total immigration of the next ten years
up to and including 1840 was 599,125, an av
erage of nearly 59,991 per year.
The tetal immigration from 1841 to 1850.
Inclusive, was 1,713,251; from 1851 to 1860,
2,598,214; from 1861 to 1870 at was 2,40066.752;
from 1871 to 1880. 2,944,695; from 1881 to
It will be observed that from 1861 to 1870
there was a slight decrease from the num
ber of the prior decade, which was doubt
less due to the fact that the civil war existed
during this period. There was a marked
desline in immigration during the years
1858, 1859 and 1860, and it reached its mini
mum in 1861 and 1862, when the number of
arrivals was respectively 89,724 and 89,007.
After the termination of the war immi
gration immediately increased, and has
continued to grow in extent and volume.
During the last decade, from 1881 to 1890
inclusive, there has been a remarkable in
erease in immigration, reaching the aggre
gate of 5,176,912 for the ten years, or a
yearly average of 517,621. The volume of
immigration has become so great, amount
ing in the last decade to 3:3.08 per cent of
the entire arrivals in the United States dur
ing seven decades since 1821, that this sub
ject at this time possesses a great deal of
interest, and is attracting much attention
The number of immigrants arriving dur
ing the two decades from 1871 to 1890, in
olusive, was 8,120,907 or 51"92 per cent. of
the total arrivals from 1821 to 1890. These
totals do not include the arrivals from the
British North American possessions and
Mexico since July, 1885, of which there is
no available record, there being no law pro
viding for the collecting of the statistics of
immigration from these sections.
During the entire period from 1820 to 1890,
Inclusive, it will be understood that the
greater portion of this foreign population
has come from Europe. This proportion
has increased from 68.89 per cent. of the
whole immigration in the decade from 1821
to 1830, to 91.67 per cent in the last decade
from 1881 to 1890.
In the early history of the immigration
movement, while nearly all the countries of
Europe were represented to some extent,
for the forty years from 1821 to 1860 inolu
sive, over one-half of the entire immigra
tion to this country was from England and
Ireland, and the greater portion of this
from Ireland. Since the latter date, from
1861 to 1890 inclusive, much of the larger
portion of the immigration from the United
Kingdom has been from England, and the
flow of population from Germany, Noway
and Sweden, Austria, Hungary. Italy, RItus
sia and Poland has greatly increased.
It will be interesting to note in this con
nection that the respective proportions of
each of the leading nationalities of the
grand aggregate of 15,641,988 immigrants
that have come to the United States since
fermany ........................r.. .... . 4 1,719
Irlnd ......................t...... . , 8.3
1: agiao d ......................... . 2,4,N),O:;4
British North American poys ios .... 1,+,03
Norway and Sweean .a................... ;r
Au-tria-hlungary. . .............. 4,
Italy ............................. ........ 411,513i
F ra tno ... ... ......t t................ . 0.1 t
Ituc-iv and Poland ....................... 717,1) 35
t4stland .......... ................. . -.. ito
tlcina. . . . ........ 21C,5 ;C
Switzorland. .... . ... ... ............ 17,113
Dt)n ark ..... . t+;.. 7
A ll oti er ...................... ........ . t;i .i
'rhe details as to the nun,,ter ut arrivals
from other countries will be seen in subse
'There has hben a constant increase ut
immigration from nearly all coain ries. Ti
exceptions are France :aid ('hl,. During
the decade from 1871 to 1°0 thi total itni
gration fron France to the tnite.d Siittes
enas 73:,1O, and in the last te yearst, ftln
1881 to Itg. the is immigration, was 51,47, a
falling oil of 2-1,84, or a decrease it'l "..4,
'l'hmieranigrtion from (hmitir reuaitdu its
mtxih eaittt r in the years Iron lu71 to ht 'IIn
clusive, when it attitoteil ti ,__,o, l:; Dour
ing tih period frtom 1801 to 1t9 it amountt ted
to 104,1,41. a decrease of 41.7:1,, ir 510.17 per
cent. It should be said further ttit the law
restricrting Chinese inmir torit i did ntt g.
into effect until Aug. ;, 1°', and wthat 5,4;)
inumtigral tfr (ns from ( tt arrive'ldurig the
years l5,l iand l2, -ind conismeruettly only
i9,172 Chinese iomtiernts are repotrted for
the eight years h0ice i1-50r, and 5,.:;1 of thtse
arrived oin 1 .e (f this latte r tunutiber
6,Gl'l came in July.
'the year of thi lrgeT t i.niitgratiit wae
the year endintg tute :0,4 1--, wt n the'i
number of titittgrothe ltit arrtved it tur
ports wats 7e8,i2. 'lfiii s imuch the largest
inltux of tforei.' n immigratiottn t tins year
iu the history of eh t.h e ovtt.nat. 'lice next
largest vilalnti wa in -Io!, whIn tbie iumtt
ber was I;ti,431. iie other Iars it the vde
cede were as ftil!ow:
58..... . . . .c.~ r_ 7. .. ..4! 0ttt
1 ,t .... ...... . , ", i-si . .. .. . .. '... 1,
1- i5 .... ........ c. ) ,.: ; 18 ,'i ............. ii i.4"27
18',)... it. 81--ti1 i-11 .ri ... A: i.:t4
lurini e pi te l est li-n years endin June :1,
from 1851 to 1.4 inicltsivo, tha lti,,ttal ureign
immigration to the I nitod i taties, nc;t in
cluding arrvnwls from Mexico and tltittsh
American poa'essittiis, of which tiheri- is no
record, bas been 5,245,it1:l, atr about oie
tttrd of the total ioutnigic tiott to this nun
try for the whitle seven tr-,td,.e sinmce 114714
During the tiecul year 15.51 tlint itimigra
tion from Italy to the United States woes
15,401. '!'hero has been at iire_,ular in
crease elnze, up to the uisual year l1et0, when
the total immigration to the United States
was 52,003. This Inorease nas cott.ttsued
into 18)1, as the immigration for the ten
months ending April 30, shows a total of
51,15, as against 84,810 for the correspond
g ten months of 1800.
The immigration from Austria (except
Hngary) in 1881 was 21,101) and m 1890
34,137. The increase of immigration from
Hungary during the ten years has been
qite regular and very large. During the
fiscal year 1881 it amounted to 6,82(', and
during the fiscal year 1890 it was 22,062.
ring, the ten months ending April 30,
1891 the immigration from Hungary has
been 22,496,. as compared with 16,000 for the
corresponding ten months of 1890.
From Russia and Poland there is the
same marked and steady increase since
1881, during which year it was 10,655, and
during 1890 it amounted to 46,671. During
the a months of the fiscal year 1891 end
ing April 8)0 the immigration from linus
i was 53,350, as compared with 30,065 for
the son period of 1890.
The immigration from all countries dur
g the ten months mentioned of the fiscal
er 1891 was 401,238, as compared with
18,615 for the corresponding period of
There has been a gradual decrease of the
immigration from Gesinany, the Nether
lands and Switzerland. From England,
Ireland, Scotland, Sweden and Norway,
enmark, France end Blelgium there has
beena steady ilow of immigration that has
not varied much, showing little in
crease or decline from year to year,
and still large in the aggregate for
the ten years. Since the (hi
a immigration act went into effect. Aug.
, 1882, the immigration from China has
been quits small, amounting to 495 for the
ix years from 1884 to 1889 inclusive, but
aring the fiscal year 1890 the number of
immigrants was 1,716.
Of the total number of immigrants into
the United States during the past ten fiscal
years, 3,205,0 )91, or 61.10 per cent., were
males; 2,040,702, or 38.90 per cent., were
females, and 1,121.41)1, or 91.4 per
cent., were under 15 years of age.
The per cent. of male and female ar
rivals varies with the different countries
represented in this large volume of immi
gration to the United States. During the
ten years 51 per cent. of the immigration
from Ireland was male and 49 per cent. was
female, showing the families were largely
kept together, and only a slight difference
in the proportion of sexes. The actual
number was "34,22.) males and 321,253 fo
males. From Germany 886,230, or 57.6 per
cent, were males, and 616,680. or 42.4 per
nt, were females. From England, Swe
den, Norway and Scotland 61 per cent.
were males. From Hungary 94,243, or 73.8
per cent. were males, and 33,348, or 25.2 per
cent, were females. From Italy there is
the larest disparity of sexes. During the
ten years mentioned 243,923, or 79.4 per
cent, of the immigrants from Italy were
male and 63,386, or 20.6 per cent., were fe
In the following table will appear more
fully a statement of the number and per
cent, of the sexes of the immigration from
the leading countries of Europe:
IMMIGRANTS BY SEXES.
u, , I.I .
. .3..... ..
Germany ..... 836,290 17 .6 616 8)168042.4 1,452,9170
Ireland....... 134,292 51.0 321.253 49.0 655,482
England...... 393,273161.3 249,407138.7 641,80
Sweden and - I
Nrway. 348,882 81.0 221.500 39.0 588,162
italy.. 243 923 79.4 3.38 120 8. 807,400
Sland........ 174,48165.8 90,607081.2 265 088
Austria........ 142,231 82.0 83,817 37.1 226,038
Hungary.... 94.243 73.8 33.438121. 2 127,781
Scotland... 92.252 61.8 57,617 138.4 148,889
In considering the immigration to the
United States from foreign countries it is a
matter of surprise that so many national
ities, representing nearly, if not quite, all
the countries, races and languages of the
gloe, have helped to swell the great flow
of population to the United States. When
arranged by groups of countries it will be
found that during the twenty-two years
from 1868 to 1890, inclusive, Europe has
furnished to this great tide of immigration
7,627,213; Asia, 220,977; Africa, 769; America,
86,668; islands of the Atlantic, 26.728:
islands of the Pacificl, 23,524, and all other
Erope includes twenty-nine nationali
ties and principalities, or parts of same,
viz: Austria, Bohemia, Hungary, Belgium,
enmark. France, Germany, Gibraltar,
England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, other
parts of Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Sicily,
Sardinia, Malta, Netherland, Norway, Po
land. Portugal, Roumania, Russia, Finland,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey in
Asia includes Arabia, A
India, Japan, Persia, Turkenia, ia
America includes British North Ameri
can provinces. Mexico, British Honduras,
Central American states, Argentine epub
lic, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Ecuador,
Guiana, Peru, Venzuela, South America not
specified. Antigna, Bahamas, Barbados.
Cuba, Curacoa, Havti, Jamaica, Puerto
Rico, St. Croix, St. Thomas, Trininad and
other West Indies.
Africa includes Algeria, Egypt, Liberia
and South Africa.
Islands of the Atlantle include the Azores,
Bermuda, Cape Verde and others.
Islands of the Pacific include Australia,
Hawaiian islands, New Zealand and others.
Of the counfries of Asia, Arabia has fur
nished 643 immigrants: Armenia, 1; China,
213,536; india, 453: Japan, 2,10; Persia, 4;
Turkey in Asia, 2.288; other parts of Asia,
501. Africa has furnished the least of all,
and only 769Ti from the whole continent.
South America has sent 3,592. he islands
of the Atlantic have sent 26,729-these in
clude the Azores, 15,179; ermuda, 768;
Cape Verde, 549; other islands, 2; and the
islands of the Pacific, 23,524-these include
Australia, 16,872; Hawaiian islands, 6,3;
New Zealand, 67: others of the acific 21.
Greenland, Iceland and the laroe islands
sent 1.415; and there have been orn at sea
Always avoid harsh purgative pis. Thy it
make ;ov siek sail hen leave you eevwlipat,
I ro'.r'i littlr li r (ill rg lae te ow l
and make ;-u well. l) . on ill.
The Doctors Her.
Eye, ear, nose and throat. The oculist
and specialist from the Lieig World dis
pensary are here now and have offices for
free consultation at the Merchants hotel,
room 15, July 1 to 5, from a i a. . to
nine p. mr. Private entrance on Warren
E'tx ,rsion to Tornt.
O)n account of the Nationl u ionl
association meeting at Tronto, t the
Northern 'Pacilic rail tad will take te
of 71.095 plue i2 admiion fee 7, for
the round trip, Ihlilenai t, 'tort and -
turn. Tiekets n ale July t 11, god i
rleturm until Kept. 6. 'I his i te e ti
line of thlie tchers. Ihey h chrtered
a sperial I'ullimant car to i rn through t
T'oro ito wmthubit change, leivig elena
on trlun No. July 6. eths
secured in this car by ly t city
S'ore. S. Fir, (. I', and 'f. A.
A. I). I. t,, i., (Honiiral Ape tl
l.:ite-t N tit'e t,, T"'oea hery (; o
As thle ustructimlrio8ardii, ' tliel
lohte for 'l',Toronto'" ha ve I wit w
by the .e;upritendent of sool, thu -
bling t,'itechera lto vledt their w route,
I n1ton I' lfito, syst.tl respl c
share of the ittrrouutge of theeitrz gu
front iHItelenat and vicinity. Nitt l
cant o.fer choice of routes via ovenss
City, ()tioaha anll ('hIsa.o, n fir ,
comfort rI d safety' euiot ti excelled.
'lickets sold July ; to II, d fir retr
until Selpt. i: rate, y.7.9.5, rling
iiisston fee,. lIetemibter t t l'ihit,
runs solid vestibule traitin dining ar
uetween the east itd ws, and will lit
tiuket sauslo as via other in. erth
reserved free of charge. srve them
early. Call on or address r rther
particulars. I. ). W s,
Freight ndl I'asengr Aget.
28 North Main street.
heath IFron Kidtney is
Is the unfortunate and untel ending of
thousands of the Antr.can lople an lly.
Oregon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to cur
atill torms of kidney troubls. ake it in
THE MAbtKi~.' ýr
Kaneaw Tlexas.... -l14 St. Paul ,0ma014. =,
The lank .talet.. t of to-sday sahwed hto efleota
of the outgo ot gold f4r thre lattwo weeks anti the
retraining the Wetern National banik
fron~t tunyinv the dividvnd of the
American Sugar Refining company gradually
helped that stock uip. 1 he sttrength displayod
aony In troth he asoribed in partlo the announce
ute that 4tr5 per cants wold tat extended. The
opening showed a siigtrt raise aver last night's
finale. Thee upward mrovemtent etirade a eteadty
progrese throughout tis stiny andi the grangers.
Mie'owtt P'eciflc, sugar anti specilttien weco
treouinent for advanesn madeo toward ithe clone
of bmanes ad fialy loed irt rong at I$4.7%.
Ctoria of. July . St. P-attle- Litsvile and
Northern Pacifir treferrett are tup l'..Union Paci
fic like atttoott,Suttlhertt Pacific l3i,Wheltetligant
rly actke Erie and ighor; stePra .cifo Iois. st lock
ore. $2.558.3.60; Texans, 43.554.L10t cows, [email protected]
miloge-Receits 21,00 higher; roukhrand on
la.75nd. prime heavyand butch erweig eah, 4.0er
@4.85; light, $4.950.4.85.
overneipts--ad 7,000; y.teady to firm: nativesy.
l'otr ; wole -Steatyrns, clo4.se ..t Txan .00;
aas [email protected]
U , riter.11 Northwa ssuest orn CITIE t
11S. 4o cotpott.... 1tu N.Y. ttOntrtd .. 9434
.S. 4, OMPANIESgST. R. OR.COMPANIE. et..21
U. . Co eoupondn..et solicited...
Ptacilic Us......lt10140 Oregotn Ivitrt Line 24'4~
AhiWon..HARRIS & COMPANYBr an... kers,4
t'anala Pao..... 8ttt Pacific Mail.....31
n63rada65 Dearborn Str4 eetd CHICAng. O.
('enlral P'acitie ... 30'1. H. t4. Wteattern.. 3111%
ltttclintgton ... It;', It. (i. IV. prof..8....Ia
l IS Wall Street"k . VNEW YORK. a
0 &t li. (I.,. pref.. 40t lork loltttd.....71
Erie... State St.. PaulBOSTON..
Kansa Texa.D- ..YOUNG GIRL TO HELP ABOUTha. 21
Lake Shouse. 14 'oth liodney itie.
WANTED--FIRST-CLASS CUTTER AND
i ville tt Nashville 74hk Terminal.......141
Micltigan t'entral. 14t114 Uneiton Pacific... 4.14
Misstonri Ptarifii..674 U. N. Eaprtsn....
Norfitter; also three ific.. Frst-clagS ExOrmstresest
N. eP Mrs. E. Miles 33 E4'. State street.... 794
NtANTED-l A GOOD HOUSE ttERVANT Oil. 21
South Benton avenue.
W ANTED--CHANDLER & IIEATII WANT
Money on call ear,; closed e at 214Edwards strert.
W.ANTED--TWO YOUNG liEN AB NEWdt
et. Primagents. Apply to mercantile haern News Co., N.chang.
Sterling. excitangs tuiia; sixly day hbil. $4.g31.
P. de $4pot. .
Wt. ANTED--TRA./ELING SALESMAN--CAN'
S make $50 per week permanentl.agtrade
speeialties, Tabor, 177 Monroe street Chage
TU ATIONS CANTED-.FE ALE.
(CTiAucntn July t.-tCattte-Rleceipts. 6.01.10
fairly actisements undhigher this head three timestock
QITUATION WANTED--A YOUNG WOMAN,
t stranger in the city, Kwants a sltuatio, as.3
hambermeiptdr 210; higher; rough and city orm
men, o 4.250(4.40: mixept atnd ackers, $4.offi1e
ITUATION WANTED--BY A NO. 1 COOK
4.711. pritte heavyand butchors wveighota, $4.10
44A.85t; lightt, $4.604lt4.65.
heet-an- nedreips; g7,;d Stearedy to firm; narom tie.
t4.25Add.00; wesstrns, $4.00i 4w.90; , txans, 9ti.l;
TUATIN WANTE-A YOUNG LADY
I TUATION WANTED -A r (I DEN'S
C nurse. Enquire at WomaN's CHome. 20 La
ITUATION WANTED--LEAVE ORDERS
ITUCOMPANIES, ST. R.R.COMPANIESet.OK ORD
N.W. nARRIS & COMPANYss family. allnkers,
IO3" IO5 Dearborn Street, CHICACO.
IS Wall Street. NEW YORK.
70 State St.. BOSTON.
HEPITUATON WANTED-FE Y A MLE.DLE
w ANTI D-YOUNG GIRL TO HELP ABOUT
htouse. 14 Sounth Rodney.
W ANTED-FIRST-CLASS CUTTER AND
litter; also three first-class eoamotreseaoat
ngce. Mra. E. Milea 316r. Slate street.
WhiANTED-A GOOD HOUSE SERVANT. 21
South Benton avenue.
IATANTED-CIIANDLERl & HEATH WANT
r four-hakae driver. at 21 Edwaards street.
WANTED-TWO YOUNG MEN AS NEW$
agtnts. Apply to Northern News Co., N.
'make $50O per week permanaently,; trade
specialtien, Tabor, 177 Monroe street Chirago.
Advertisements undler thtis head three times
SITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN,
In stranger in the city, wanttl a ailttatiton an
chamtbermaitd or goner.a1 hseeewttth; city or
country. Addresns t'. lottepntlent ttllice.
SITUTIO WATED-RY A NO. 1 COOK
andaunrss;good references; jtust from tho
east. Addrness Mrs. W. karnenworlth, this office.
S tTUATtON WANTED-A YOUNG LtADY
1-wonld like a place in ptrivatte family or
boarding houae whtereshsecanwtork a fetw tiootre
a day In exchange ftor board. Address M.1.L, tide
S1TUAJ'tON WVANTED)-AM tttlt1.DIEN'S
Ut nurse. Enqtuire at Woman's llama. 20 Ra
S ITUATION WANTED-LEAVE ORIDERIS
fotr p lain soewing, mending and laandry work
at the Wttman'e hatser. 0 Raleigh street.
SITUATION WANTED-TO ('0(1K OR IDO.
Ut general httaeowork in first-clasa family. t'all
No. 2. Belveders H-on~e.
t.ITUA'I ION WANTED)- BlY A MIOI)LE
Itaged lady. to ito rtantherwork ttr lake care of
children. Address M. 1d.. lndtep ndettt ,,tlle.
Advertisementa under this head three tinmes
QITUATION WANTED--BY A YOUNG MAN
)20 ywars old; not afraid to work, and only
wants a chance. Address E. I. II., ludependent
(ITUATION WANTED-A liOY OllPHAN
k eighteen, fromn the east. would like work of
ny kind; would lihe to oget steady work if posei
ble. Address E. 1)., lndepondent.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED IOOMS.
L'Ot PRENT-FURNISIIED IIOOMS WITH
L r without board. Miss M. A. Finerty, 5ti
Broadway, Woold' bloek.
I' 01 RIEN''--S.IF OF FUlNIN IIED
Srooms at the Misers Naile, 113 Clark at rtrot.
1'011 ENT-FUtNISlIED 1100(M, 429
SNorth Honton avenue.
I OR ilEN'I-l' LEAHANT'F UITFE OF 1100MR
I for two yotu el gltleetmn or eman an wife;
also two Single rooms. 15 North ihetonta ave
F1OR IENTl-NIC(IIY FUII1NItIED) 110l ,
417 Warrm', ,trevt, corn,"r Ni tth an "nlu',
'OR IItENT--CfOMFOIt'rARIY FUItNIStl ED
r"n r .at rzatfoual ratst. Ilarvey block.
Brand stlet. Next dour hotel Ithoatt.
BOARDI) AND Itl))11 OF'FEIEI).
'tll It I"NT -I0011 IN I'IIVA'I't F.111LY
Swith board at 752 Ewing stroeet.
Foul' t tnNT 21,,7 +EItTrl' AVIEN IU. -IE iS
* not ftrnih, di room;. I'irt-,lines t ibl otrd
1.()lt IENT TIllE F 'I;Nhi.-i.lEI) I10l()l5
S with u" withut b(arl, tNo. 1I Nortlti "nton
1(11 RENT NI~(lLY Fit;ItNItIt;t iltOMSi
iath boarrd, at 58 Stulh Itdoey otroet,
DOA )- VI'"ll'l-OLAthl B1)OAtl 16 PEf
a ok. 1171 1roduey stront.
ANTH) TW0 YOINt+ (, ENT'y,I Ml.
th ,re, lnod Marld 140 pr moulth. Nso. U
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M INEl:IlIAN I%)lh, `-.
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Sirts '"d-room silts i ail n'tier hotel fir
or r it l che ,;tp at thi,, I' rclant,. hI, ,l.
M. IUtLI,.I;tIl. As .'i,'Oe..
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Ittl"d hSt-' of 1,tee''r si IIIn s , It'n'totstly
]''1t-sI, s,, lloss ''I 5,es. tein, reau 1~".r ot a
.re.stst 'test0ie asll caretful t.l-nat. AsIdirns 1.,
thiso ti ,.
A 1.5 & 0(500) 11 II (III..HION bT'AIL7
f sti htof nrs, I s'utet. at I|ni ls-esldent
'AN'IEI? -- (5 llIO tlN NI EIl IIVE
yrars of 5ta 5e St t Iba t. l 7,71 Sinth, oviltt
\'AN'I E ,.) ,1,1 YOUING II .SE' NNx I' SUM
noetr for thr'e, year.: out -ltre's; half wool
nulll iatll'o~tm.; Ilattice ILV+," lsIz r| + i e, bi) llngs,
watir as. hI ay. Addres W II. Ntodlitl,, Neate'
Att,'rec.y, L.ak''(c-, Noeertt ik,,ktn.
VANED lA(I'. CI.t.,'IAINS '1(1 IAUN
arante. at No. 11 North 1;otcte71. ballalwi,
pl r lol Ata. _ -eA _ _AT_.
OR ~ ~ . . ----1 - `VC1(M HUEA
J d 1 o lot iKest. lema thisone grn. qa
unMw ing),hi t close pt, r , clgan, ItM
ktI .L:-5lLi Fli0NTl FO1T, LOTO
5 and tin blook 51, liower tirttean addiltilt
eeCh 5l(l110, onll" 100 icet 4ron) Msonlana eIivenuoe.
l'heo art. g41, levl1 lots anad ar oflere at n
1'ea prleo than sty tohers in the hlitlos, on so
colnt of the iIl-h4ealth of the 4oWner, who iecont
tolied to go eat. Mlatlcon A to.
1011t 'AL.F O.N IEOSTA AVENUE, ONE
block from electric motor lino, a n1w frame
dwelling tnvning hail, 7 rooms, both4 room 4no4
. oihohi ng) large (neot, pantry. cellar, city
venter; got.d,-oi0441d r1001ins an1 well arranged.
'rijc enly $2.000, payable $:0.t down, $110 per
tionth; intereist on deferred padmo0ts por cen.
natheeon A& ('v
L ?tr SoALE- $110) DOWN, $:5 1E1r MONTH,
F for a comfortahleo5-rom dwelling on West
eho one bhlok from elecotric motor line; price,
$4,400. Mathe oni& Co.
l Out rtALr --$25 DOWN, $11) PIot MONTH.
for lot 2x140 on Livingston avetnue; price.
$:100. Math~een i& Co.
ort SALF:--10.00 ('ASTII--ITALANCI' (IN
it lontime wit baiy one of the prOttiest new
resil4deno itn the west end: cloven rosins hand
somely paperd, furnace, leartrir Ihlls atd all
miodern tnprnovelnenta; b.autiful lawn, cvoerets
walk", carriage honmp, etc. Att inveottltent.
l'osesosiou when deoiredL Address W., P. 0.
111OR SALE--WAIIlIOIISI: LOT.4 IN 1L.
' liston, on N. '. right of way, $100. MathA
on t t i 'o.
L'Olt SALE-AT A BtIT lAIN-ILtESI TE\CE
S property 4n Ewing etreot, near lroa iway.
Enqrlto of lotter hunter, rooms In ad 2 Hlenver
I`Olt tA,lq--1CItlITY ACREI TIltlEE AND
b ono-ealf miles northlli city limits. $75.
pier airo. This is F25 per acre lte' than atny aCi
Joining prporty can o boulght for. Will
guarante'o purchasor 9 per cont. per alinnum for
tirco years on iiwwstnient Glass 1.' Fletcher,
rcorner brand and Jackeon street.
FiOR SALE-l,)IIOTY AIIHO VALENTINE
SScripn, at Johln . h 1, heil's, 12 Edwarl
LFOlt HALE-1,000 FEET IN TiIE AMTES An
t-nitiui at a bargain. hle Witherboe An
drew (o.. bold blocs.
FO1 I SALI.--MISOCELLAN EO US.
'Olt SALI'E-OLD 1AlI'E1lS AT A BARGlAIN
.3 at tlids ,,lioc.
'O1 SALE- AN El, GANT PARLOII SUIOTE
1 for ScAL he-atN at, 7:3 Sixth avow o. It tais
b-en in nurot hloe nionths, ;ini coot when 0new
-toil HALE--S'rO('K OF' (I1O('Ft 'S 1"'011
- i snle and st.:e for rent, corner Hltena ave
4e aned It, z44atn str,-et. Long. well-iaiishl.o,
tacte, Either long or ahort h-aso. t('hanso of
business reason for selling. W. L. Kelly, N. I'.
F OR SAIE-IIOUSEIIOLD FUITNITU-LiE
and line family horoo cheap; at 14 touth
'ORl SALE-SCIIOLAtISHIP IN TIIE MON
otans inaltica t'ollego Call at this office.
F101 SALE-SCHOLARSHIP IN TIIE MEL
ena Buoinesu College. CAell at this office.
1'0R SALE-AT A BARGOOAIN, IIESTAUIIAN
1 doing good buoineae. Address lcotaurant,
0ROl SALE--A NEW HOUSE OF SiX 1RO5O1,
p' antry and bath room, ont Howio street
No. 17. Also the two adjoining lolt of 42nltiO
feet. Apply at said house.
-i.OR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSE
r with a nice largo lawn; will rent chet:4I,, ta
party that will take goidl car,' of it. t1il Peostt
avenne, one block from electric motor.
IWORlENT--FOUII ROOMS SUIITAIILE FOIl
'ihousekeeping, on lBroadway. $115: 4 room
bens0 snil butt,, $75: 5-room horeon lBroadway.
Flit; ti-room boos,, furniihiiI, $4a); i-room henaa,
furnished end beth. 314; 12-roste house, snitable
to keep boarders, furniture it. shove hona.eO for
aale a4t a bargain; ti-ruunm hoeuse on ltodltoy,
0-room hoeso on Clarke street. t'landler &
F-011 IiENT-NICELY FURNISHED ItIJOUSF,
five rooms, $31.00 per minth. Enquire No.
212 State street.
FOR IIENT-A DOUBLE 1111K HOUSE
near the armory 44n Warren street; seve,
rooms in cactl house, bath rooma, steam heat andt
all modern inlprovetnents. Address J. 1). Iod
son, Marysville. Mott., or John A. Qnirk, city.
TI.Ott RENT -E-iIGIT-llOOM IIOUSE WITH
- bath, closetsa niln all nmdern convcniences.
420 East Cutler, near liodlney streot.
FOR RENT'-A SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON CUR
tier of Sixth and Davis street, with all mod
ern conveniences. Inquire: at 424 Sixth avenue.
F OR RENT-TWO NICE UNFURNISHRID
rooms, at 716 Broadway.
i OR RENT -TWO OFFICES ON THIRD
I-' E or if Montana National bank building.
POl. ItENT-LA-IIE STORE ON NINTH
1' avenue and Hoback street: with modern
shelving: enitable for any mercantile business.
Apply to Bach, t'ory & Co.
L'OR ]lENT-THIIREE FINE iIARGE UN
furnished rooms. hot and colh waetr, bath,
etc., with use of stable; $1l. 612 aouth Rodney
L')R RENT- TWO UNFURNISIHED ROOMS.
* 716 iroadway.
L-'OII-iENT-IUNFULtINlHtED ROOMS FOR
ltt_ ousekeeoing. M(tdern im prnvemeats.
Single or ensuite. 1i to 12. 516 Eighth avenue
OFOR RENT-TWO LARGE UNFUIINISIED
!irooms en oib. with alcove and bath. Very
desirable,. 1i17 Sixth svvnae.
I OT -REI) POCKETHOOK CONTAINING
L $150. toward of $20. Return to 801 Fifth
F OUND--A LADY'S BLACK VEIL. IN
_ l ouire at this olti'e.
P EIRISONA L.
I)EllONAL--MADAM ET'TALILA. LADY
mind reader and second-sight peer. Ths
gift of secnil sight will reveal evety bhidden
mystry in lift, aid will ra ttl e tyor rtr |ostl
soil tutnrti truttifully. Sattiofaction gliararitisie
"lirtoti $2 anti es. N. It.- thure long standini
sielkn'sa, rheumatirm and ntrvo disiesis of all
kinds. Gives th e magnetic and olietric treat
nerit for laditn and gi-ac lemion. l'atieato treated
at thiiir hottes if iloird. Austin house, I04 Mhai
street corner Wall, reom it.
. EItTIFIIATE OF PUtII11'ATION.
STAe'E ot M)oNT'IANAs AIrI1Ti)nR OFFICEer
Di'I'AxleT EOF JNiUt'tttNi'E,
IlEIEN L. Jinte 2:, 1. t1.
It is hIeroty iperI iiid, t hat thy lthttnix Assuranre
t'sOlllIIty, Iocetid at I oatlioi. in "dig
aInti. hao ioittllied with tt iittn rani'e
laws of this state, and ie authorizi d Io
tra.oeet its atitropriati' Ulniaitesti of its.lranee
in| this stat,', throtleh its duly alppointed agentls.
tihlting ai'i'rtiti'ati, ut atit hrity iosoi-li Ibytis
rttio'. iuttit tIt' tflt ldly if Mlareth, A. D. lI'e2.
Wtitn crt my hanl adl otlicial seal t., day and
year" Ijeot atitis,' Writliiih
v E. A. KENNFY,
I osi:vt, State Auditor.
1.1. IELtIs & ('o.. Agontt.
I T'i1TI I'll 'ATE OF I'lU Idl( 'ATION.
StATE Ost' MOtNTINA. AtI:tttOR'o (letFICE,.
|DE|AIuI'ENT o)f INSURtANCE¢, .
HIctENA. .1nte' 22, 1891..
It is torttyert'rtifiti'l that lht Ateriian Fire
lnirattetttc (Onillait, lucito-I at. N.,tw York. ini
in .lanc, lat of thic liaes rieii i auithorizId to
trl-anlsau| its alp pri:) bunessta of iUnuranat, in
ii)i tn..lity, lat.ent aitt liitilsy altpillte,|layaitl,
yeiar tiret abov, wriii ttt'tY.
[acEt I . ltato Auditor.
$p C. I'. "t,rlLv. & ('it.. Agetito.
I '11LTlFIt 't:, OF ltUtLIt ATI 'AIt IN.
HTATg ti It MONTANA, AuDirOi 4 (FleE.)
)EI'ARITENT OFI" NSUIII~NCH:,
IEltENA. May it, 1s1.
It i i terr tl.y ctrtitiad., that tle Man.hstor Insur
ac. (et'f.ioallv. hIs'ti-da ManeIoeteeitx Ittigilatti
hil l.riirlt with ti e inlsuraes lawi i f
lhis lstate, ilawl in aulthoprized Io tranluart its
ulu'lrtihruatil bu ,iellntt r lof iIlit'ra tue i '. thil
li 11t I st ; utu iy if tarhin A. II. 10112.
Witols. sty had aiil itticial oial thy day and
2iiart rot aotilli wrcii lltq.
F.. A. K ANNEI"
I 5511.J State Anditor.
'. k. l'.LLIN & ('0., Agtqlt.
--i-HOIUTIOI(N OF |PART|NEH[HillP THE
/-- plnllers-hip imse lofoltrlM exi t)Xbinl'. betai.n
JJohn l'.tt'r alld W. J. lhltt r in tui day di
r otted by lutunial 'Onl-lolt. St r. Pittlie rit ritg
Isto eolgaa in tther t-titim . All aeo'ualta wsill let
settlad at room 1 Deover blIck.
W. J. JIUNThiI.
Hlolna. July 8. 18ItL
QG. DA'VXHE -
Attorney at Law.
Rocs 5 Abby blea, Helena. Mont.
D1. M. OLAWYERMAN,
Physician anccoher, Oca. t, Aurist
ais MALvreo -Eyr e ar end Thoat.
Office; 1908_ Broadway.
KINBSLEY & BLACIFORD,
(3. W. Kisssley-Wm. M. Blacksford)
Attorneys at Law.
MaJn McCONNELL, Helena Montna.
ABEBURN H. HARBOUR,
Architect and Counsellor at Law.endent
meas ni Temple, Helenaird floor Mona ation.
AtPromptornteyon given to nellorders from Lew.lient
Willhome or abroad. By strctic n lt attention to bsthe
aes I hope to retain the patrok. Helenage of old lientana.
4] mernt the confidence of any and all who
SIZER & KIUOKL,
Civil r ys Y3ttet.7g Engineers.
U. S. e7mpnty Minerel Sorveyors. Minerel pat.
esetsnectered. Rooms 1f.1h, Atlas buildings kil.
.ANY WEAK MANROCItMAN,
Physican. Surgeon, A oouoher, Oceliet, Auriui
also Nevada State Medical Society. Orlio e n
Main street. over Stsmeant Jewelrly storer.
..L ". nealy e "rd "Papersfrcc (seale d
oms 86 nd 87t third tflotor Montana National
SPromptatt ntion given to orders from client. .
at home r abroad. y se t prict attention to bsi.
l"tt u0i itarsMandollnsiZlhe
ess I hope to retain tiHo patroa e of old clients
and mont the cotidene oof any and lall ewho.
ray enloy mes in my rapacity as architect and
eper ntendentdof the construction of buildings.
Ji'amne, dotajis and specifications gotten out tot
bil dings of any desriptetion on the sbortesi noo
ANY WEAK MANGO
l Who e suffeiong either n his miand or
holyu frome the rijuriour oc wsheaeind
cifects of his oT a ignorant fatie, ansoe
and eofcsres ean be quickly sad perm
enetly erred. 'apero r3 e(orated). l St
DR. COLE & CO., Portland,Om :
,hfe toilard loaetoi betad 3 years'
o exto erience is crieonertivt, Bleod, i ier
ewsadC andrk ekont scatat . W M iteota-nty,
Reliable Remedies sent privately to siy addred.
WASH URN "
nd 0 io solume and qualty dtione ace
the be s asin the world. Warreateew
ta weari an" sy imate Soldh si ll head
us. dealere Beautiflslh elentrated, de.
o scripthvse ca3alo~ e with jertraite
n nnyse aprtiats IAiLng h
LYON & HEALY. CHICAGO.
S HERTIFF'S SALE - BY VIRTUR OF AN
Nalits" excution for dentieincy in my hands.
thoed cut of the itytriDt Court of the Secontd
oudicial Dfistrict of the state of tontana. in and
for the cottty of Silver 1ow, is the suit of Henry
L. Frank against C. P. 11i1 andi Johne Steinmetz
dety attested the 11th day of Jone. A. D.. 1891, 1
Iave levied upon all the right, titie aod interest
nof the esid C P Hitl nd John Steinmetz, in and
to the froliwing destoihed property, sidtated in
Lewis and Clarke coutttp state of Mtontana, vie:
Lot h eine (9) ani ten lii in brook six hundred
and two (_10'31 of lioback & tannon's Addition to
the city of Heleua; Sleet the cw. hhe of thetsow. 44,
and the no. ', o' the ow. i and the ew. d4 of the
As. 4 of egtina forrteen (l.M towsship eleven (11
north of range three (3) west.
7 ogerher wtith sit and singutar the tenements,
liereditments andP appurtenances thereunto be
It netog or in anywise apportainiog.
Notice is hereby eiven that on Teceeday the
7th day of Jely. A. Dl. 1i9t, at the hour of 12
o'clock M., tof steid day at the front, doesi of the
-oourt-icooee' in thespt of elnI ail1 sell alt
the right, title sand interest of titesaidit. P. Hill
and John Steinmatot in and to tie said shove els.
ocriteet propocty, to the highest bidder for cash
Given under my hand thit the 10th day of June,
A. D.lttit. C. H. JEFFEliIS,
By RALPH G. JOHNSOte. Deputy Sheriff
SHERIFF'S SALE-BY VIRTUE OF AN EX
ecution in my hands. issued out of the district
court of the First judicial district of the state
of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke, in the suit of A. A. Sprague. Otto S. A.
Sprague. and kzra J. Warner, against M. A.
M,1eyendor and James B. Welts, as Meysndorl
A Weits, duly attested the 3(th day of June, A.
1). 1891. 1 have levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the said rMichael A. Meyondorff in
and to the following describesd property. situated
in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana,
Lots five (). six (), seven t7) and eIght (8),
in block number forty-four (41) of the Lenox
addition to the city of Helenr.
Together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtensncee thereunto
beloneiog. or in anywise appertaining.
Nbotice is hereby given that on e Monday, the
20th day of July A. D. 1891, at the hour oi
12 o'clock m.. of said day at the
front door of the court hones. in the city
of Helensa, I will roell all the right, title
and interest of the said Micheel A. Meyendorff,
in and to the said above described property,
to the highest bidder for cash in haried.
Given under my hand this the 1oth day of
CHAS. H. JEFFERIS, Sheriff.
By n. G. JOHNSON, Deputy Sfheriff.
_NOTIC. OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER
- -naccordance with the provision of section
8, rules and regulations rescribed by the honora
ble secretary of the interior, May 5. 1891, 1, the un.
dorsigned, give notice that at the expiration
of twenty-one days from the first publication of
this notice, to make written application to
the honorable secretary of the interior for au
thority to cut and remove all the merchantable
eaw-logs, pine d i, n the a following described
Ian d. to wit:
Commencing at the northeast corner of section
1 township 13. north range 4 west; thence east
along the north line to thy Mi'souri iver; thence
seuth along the left sank of said river to the
centre township line: thnos west along saitd line
to the southeast. quarter of section 13, township
1:1, norlth range 4 west: thence north to the place
,of beginning. Said land having thereon anost
90000t fedt of pint and fir timber.
Commencng et a Yolent about one mile west.
from were the dividing line between Cascade
and Meagher counties cross etint ('reek: thence
sonth about eight m Ile to a point about one,
oile west where barley ('reek runs into Belt
('reek; thence wast about six miles; thence north
about eight miles to the dividing line between
Loth counties named; thence east to place of
beginning. Paid land havin thereon about
.,500.000 feet of pine and fir timter.
Commencing at. the soutleset quarter corner
of section 13. township 14 north range 3 west,
and running thence east six miles: thence in a
northerly tlie etion three miles west to
northeast section corner of section I, townshin
14, north range 3 west, and thence south to the
place of beginning, said tract t f lani having
thereon about 1.000.0,t feet of pine and firtinsber.
Also all of section I, 2, ., 11, 12 and 13. in
townshio It n., r. 3 w., said tracts of land having
thereon about t0.0(l01 feet of pine and fir timber.
Also that certain other tract commencing at
the northeast c rn-r of seato:i $t, township it
north range 3 west, and running thence east six
miles: thence south three miles; thence west to
the southeast corner of section 12, township 15
north range 3 we-t: thence north to place of be
ginning. Fald tract of land having thereon
saout t,000t001 feet of pine and fir timbier.
All of soid and is unourweyrd, except what
is marked by scrtious. hloing none mio
sratl. routgh and steep and not adapted for
agrisnltural purposes, and is located in tsel
counties of Lewis an! C'larks, ('accade, and
Meagher, in the state so Montana.
IttulITel LUMBER CO.
tBy CHAssKe WroNnn, Manager.
Firet publication. June 27. 1891.
N ' -'('T---il:E ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIt
etorltholdero oi the itirth of July compttny
will bsi hold at the Montana National Stank on
Saturday, July 11th, 18111, at, 3 p. Iii.
O. M. IILtDI)EittCtf. Lec'y.
"f-AlitSIAt'S SALE--NOT'FIt' 1S IIEIHIItY
Kgivoi that on Monday. July tI 1891. at tw,:
o'clock p. In.. I will sell at Park avoene otable to
ti h-htohet tilluhe for cash, this following dir
truthei stitock now in the city pound:
l ti, bay hoerm,, bratled on shoulder and one
white hiii fool. One brown iores., branded ,i
ihoulder. ant onsO whlti hind foit. (ine sorrel
ihor.ie, liranotll Y on shoulder, and white strip is;
face. 0,o roan cow, brannseti Y on hip and
ith titer . W. W. SIMS, Marosal.
lltena, July 3. 1891.
S.TOCK1IOLuliF1tS MEcETtNI1-TIrLf ANtNUAL
m'oteutling of sthe tstockhoildhtre of the leltensi
Elttrine Italiway essoi.any will be hold at hr
asencrsl ohtico of It le nompany. No. ,859 Nortsi
31 litn trrtt, llelonat Montanai, on Montlay, Jni
1t. IH981, itt 4 st. is., for tisi anInual election of dil.
rictore and for the traneacltion of such othes
htelsnees as shall lirolierly come before the mee,
tns. Ht. L. WAL.KER,
A. Gt. Clarke, Herma,. Gans,
H. F. Galen, Peter Larsr,,n
.W. Contana Nation. al Bank,
--he Thomas Cruse Savings
OBANKF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Incorporated Under the Laws : of
PAID IN CAPITAL, - $500,000
Surplus and Profits, - $200,000
THOM. A. BROADWATUSE.- - President
LFRANK H. UPHELPSE. - - Vice President
WM. J. COOKEULLO, -e. and Asst. Tres
W. J. ATKISWEENEY. - - ATre. Casiurer
A. Board of Trustees an,
Ii. F. Galan.' Peter Larson.
C. W. Cannon. r. a WallaCse,
DaW. JA. CorSweeney.
Allowe 4 r c ent. interet on Savings Depsit
BANK, OF HELENA.
Incomponrated January ander the Laws oy.
exchang e on th ricia citie no te U~nite
oateMontana, and Ero.
PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000
THOMAS CRUSE, - - President
FRANK H. CRUSE, - Vice President
WM.Deals in county and Seaity bonds, and makTres
W. J. SIWEENEY, - - Treasurer
o Bo on real e state mortgages.
Office hours from 10 a. m. to 4 pH. CrAlso one,
W. J. Cooke. John Fagan.
W. 3. Sweeney.
Allows 4 per cent.y and Monday evenings from 7 tosits
cmpecunded Janatiry nal BankJly.
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, -- $75,000
SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000
Transts a general Banking Buesio ness. Draw
exch~ange on the ririncipal cities of the United
ate and EuTransacted.ope.
Deals in county and city onPrd, and makesident
C. K. COLE. -- - Vice Pr eoddent
GEORGE B. OHILD, - Cashier
JOSEPH N. KENCK, - Asst. Cashier
oas on reB oard of Directorsgge.
J. B. Banford, C. G. Evans,
Office hour from 10 a. n. to 4 p. Con. Also one
Saturdlay end Monday evenings from 7 to 5
George B. Chilu.
irst National Bank ....
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000
SURPUS AND PROFITS, $27005,000
Designated Depository of the Urn.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
A General Banking B ne rausiness.
Bafety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
S. T. EDGHAUSERTO, N - President
E. . COLE. KNIGHT,- - Vi Cashie ident
GEORGT. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Ast. Cashier
JOSEPH N. HILL, -2nd Asst. Cashier
BoGranville Stuartd of Directors.Stockgrowe
Jon. T. . . Sanford, C. . . Evenatos
J. C. CrtinSwallow, Clarke, Conrad & Rck urtin
R. B. Hamilton, - - - Capitalist
O. R. Allen, Mining ana Stookgrower
Chas. K. Wells, - - - Merchant.
A. M. HolEdgerton. - A. K. CHolter Hardware Co
GeAssocrgated B. Chanks.
Northwestern National Bank, - Great Falls
F irst National Bank. - F
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000
Designated Depository of the Uni.
Interest Allowed en Time Depoeito.
General Eanking Iii e'neue '1 raneacle~l.
Safety Depoeit B~oxes for Rlent.
S. T. HAUSER, - - President
E. W. KNIGHT, - - Cashier
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Aest. Cashier
GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Asst. Cashier
Granville Steart, - - Stockgrower
lion. T. C. Power. - - U. S. Senator
J. C. Cnrtin, - Clarke, Conrad & (urtin
B. S. Hamilton, - - Capitalist
0. B. Allen, - Mining ano Stockgrower
Chas. It. Wells. - - - Merchant
A. if. Bolter. . A. M. Holler Hardware Co
Northwestern National Bank, - Great Falls
First National flank, - - Miseoula
First Nat~onal flank. - . - Butts
erehants National Bank
S OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid in Capital, - $350,000
Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000
L. H. HERSHFIELD, - - President
A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President
AARON HERSHFIELD, - - Cashier
f * Board of Directors. * *
Thomas Croes, hI. Sands,
S. S. Hentlhy, A. K. Presc,,tt,
A. J. Davialson, l,,sees Morriss
L. t. liershfiell, Aaron liersltfold,
First-class City. County and State Securities
bought and sold.
Exchange issued on the princinal cities of the
United States and Europe. Transfors of money
made by telegraph.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections
promptly attended to.
Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in ote of
the best constructed fire and burglar proof tale
depo.it vaults in the country.
elena National Bank-.
f -OF HELENA, MONT.
CAPITAL, - $500,000
Transacts a General Banking Busi
JOHN T. MURPHY, - President
SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice President
FRANK BAIRD, - - - Cashier
Interest allowed on timne deposits. Exchange
issued on foreign countries.
'I'ranefer ,.f money b' telegraph. First-class
city, county and state se: urities etugtht and sold.
Collections promptly attended to.
Board of Directors.
John T. Mar r,
Shirley C. Ashby, I'. \V. MeAdow,
Frank Baird. ('has. K. Wells.
J. P. Wtlman, E. U. Maclay,
W. E. Cullon, Jim,. S Mendenhall.
Abner i. (lnments; R. S. Ford.
A. A. McDonald, J. P. Porter.
The American National. •
BANK, OF HELENA.
CAPITAL. - - $200,000
T. C. POWER, - - President
A. J. SELIGMAN, - Vice-President
A. C. JOH.BON, - Cashier
CEO. F. COPE, - Assistant Cashier
T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman,
A. C. Johns n, Richibard Lukeyr,
Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange
issued on prineipal cities of the United States,
Canadsand Europe. Transfers of money male
by telegraph. Collections promptly atteundedt to.
City, county and state securities bought and sold.
DISSOLUTiON NOlICE -T11E CO-PAIlT.
nership heretofore existlng under th. firm
name of Williams. Tiurber & '., Is thin day die.
solvd by mutual consenmmt, W. H. 'i rowbridge
retiring. The business wilt be cntiucted by
Williams & Thurber, who will col.eot all out
standing Indebtedness and pay all bills of the
firm. A. M. WlLIAMS.
II K. TIUlIBEit.
W. II. TiiOWBIIDIL.
Helena, Mont., Juno 10th, 18-1.
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